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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
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THE CHAnAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


VOLUME 64, NO. 15 QUINCY FLORIDA W351, THURSDAY, APRIL 0, 1064 PER COPY TEN CENTS




Z I a a, L" r I+Principals I Teachers School Board Listed_And Gala Band Festival Begins






For Next! YearThe



'School been The appointed& .n'1I'r principals by the County In have OHschools ;;Friday Evening In QuincyCity

for the 1904*TO
'
JNCk school year.

I Paul A. (.olpy- supervlslni, .
+ Chatlahoochce Public -
1
principal
t -t Schools; J. H. ll>.alt.- aupervlHlng George Munroe 2,000 ExpectedTo
f General
principal, Havana Public -! Election To

Schools; H. William W. Jones-Munroe I PTA Schedules Take Part In

AWARDS Members of the Quincy F-F.A. Chapter who received awards at the principal George School C. H. Rich

annual Father-Son Banquet last Friday evening at the school cafeteria were: ardson Elementary supervising; principal, Be Held Here Election April 14 District Event

George Ford (left) who presented the awards, Doyle Forehand Tommy Smith Hugh Greensboro Public Schools; J. TuesdayA Tuesday night, April 14th, the

Stephens, Wayne Johnson Hugh Nicholson William Coley and Jerome Jenkins. In '
etpal. George Munro Elementary
the McAllister of the State ; general election for the,, Marching Contest Set
Jack
foreground are guest speaker Department of Agriculture ----
Aaaocla
School Parent-Teacher
Edwin A. Shuler principal City of Quincy to elect two city .
and L. C. Dean Photo by Martin's Studio20tiTAnnual Quincy Elementary School; rommlMlonera/ will be held lion will meet st T.SO; In the 7:30 Saturday Night

Harold B. Streetman asslHtan Tuesday, April 14 between the f school auditorium It will begin Corry Athletic Field
,principal and Instructor, Quincy hours of T a.m. and 7 p.m., according
Cattle"Show Junior-Senior High School. to James F. Croat, city with s bunions meeting Approximately 1,100 to 3,000visiting
which will Include
Fat Freddie L. Andrews principal clerk and finance officer, Tim: a report high school musicians
from the nominating committee
Springfield Elementary polling plat has been moved'I"I and the election of officers for and chaperones comprising
School; beiUT A. BI.ckprin- from the fire station In the 22 bands will arrive In Qulnoy >
the next school Mrs Betty
clpal Salem Elementary School; City Hall to the police alatlonat I Edwards, nominating year. chairman tomorrow and Saturday for
Robert IL Bryant assUan the corner of Madison and j I he District I Band Festival.
Has met with Hi committee and
*
principal Carter Parramore Crawford Streets, They will
compel In concert
have selected slat of
Now In Full ,High School; Witt A. Campbell This will| be the first elec- they nominees for the *offices of slghlreadlng and marching.

SwingThe principal, Steven Liementary -.; tlon to be held In the City of president.... president, ureas' Beginning at 8 o'clock Friday
School; Julius Fisher Qulnry In which candidate will I urer and secretary afternoon until 8, and Saturday
.- principal, Pine 1'ark Llemrntary run In groups. In Group One; morning I until 4, the bands
The election of officers will
school; William A I will live s 30 minute concert
Mayor K: W. Hlnson's name I
Llveatock Pavilionn Grlce-- principal St. John will be conducted by the Inrumben before I )udl'".
appear on the ballot unopponvd. >
20th humming annual with Fat activity.Cattle Show The Former Quincy Wreck Elementary School; Vvrdell D In Group Two Mayor M Nominations president, Bascom will\ be Mihaffey accepted The Judge for the concerts
Monday Hamilton supervising principal I
and Sale one of the main Carterl'arrsmoie High Pro Tern Leon Weaver will be from the floor, If they are will be: James Leonard, band
opposed by Hubert' F. Munroe director at Choctawhatahenllgh
Resident Dies I forthcoming accordance with
In Gadaden
events Countyopened -
School Luree E Houston aasiKtant
; ;
The term of office School Ft Walton CharI.
for those *
Tuesday with the Costs $2,300An principal Steven Elementary : the P.T.A. by-law. The offl ;
weighing In of animals and In Trailer Fire School; Freddie U elected will be for three yeara cers, to be fleeted, will takeover e* Quarmby, band director al
.
will end this afternoon with early morning highway Martin principal, Midway Elementary : -, duration and the euoresriu their duties at the close Manatee High School Brtnd.enton

the completion of the aale. I .In. Joan Jordan Edwards, accident Involving two trucks School; Joseph Rosier ., candidate will assume their of the May meeting of th* as ; Everett L Roberta, band
dullea al a reorganlutlon meeting director at 8t Petersburg 8r,
30 of Atlanta, Ga daughter of .. sociation.
"
Yesterday morning the Vlo- principal, Friendship Kl- "
and causing damage amounting which will be held at 8 High School 84.
p mIn Pwterabur.
letta Farms of Quincy wan turn Mr*. N. B. Jordan of Quincy, ementary School; Homer J. Other business will\ Include
her to 82,300 occurred Monday si the City; Hall on Friday Ap- I Miss loans Falrrlolh The itghtreartlng judge will
ed the Grand Champion win- lost life Monday, April 6, Smith principal Southalde the treasurer' report and reading
in a fire In her trailer home In 6 45 s m, two miles west of ril IT. be Jonathan Hill, band directorat
ner of the carlo entrlea. The Elementary School; Willie L. and approval of the minutes
Havana SR 12. Mr, Croaa dated that! there
total weight of the pen ot 10 Atlanta. Details of the tragedy on Williams principal Mortluude Leona Faircloth of the past meeting H. W. FsrnamHna Beach high
wa 9,878 pounda. The Reserve were unavailable at press time. A county-owned CMC truck High School. were 1,724 reglatered voters on Jones chairman of the project School Ftwnandlnl B e a e n |

Champion title went to W. 1If.Inman' Funeral services for Mr*. Edwards driven by Joseph Monroe Hobbs Other personnel appointed by the City's book but he would Candidate FHA committee, will r.puron itsprogress fudging the solos and ooaen
not hazard a guess a* to the II bill will be .
of Quincy was traveling ea t on Lacey Powell, 'up.1I'V11OI'
,
carlot pen of 10. Ilia a member of the Eplaco- the Board, and the position to
number that will cart ballota
SR 12 and approached another of Kbwlo In Mobile Pubto
entry weighed 10,010 pound pal Church, will be held at Si south which each has been appointed In the election. Presidency The program will be presented Schools -
vehicle parked on the State Mobile, Ala.i Hoy
Daniel Coulllctt of the Jackson Paul' Episcopal Church In for the 1I84-1W3: school year. by the ftth and 8th choir
-- V. Wood director
of the road Hobbsswerved of
County FFA, was the "G.InIn.W.lllht" Quincy on Thursday April B at shoulder are sa follows: Leona Falrcloth, a anphomor under the able direction of Mia 'bends InWinter
winner a project 11 sm. Rev. John Bywater across the center line FFA Banquet at Quincy High School Is running Sandra Bkeenea, mualo teacher, Haven High School,
si he passed the vehicle. In Garland X. Blair, supervisorof Winter Haven; Jimmy U Finn, .,
rector and Rev Bronaon Mat- !
Retail for musical Parents
aponiored by the Florida slat presidentelectof with a program.
Federation. Second place ney pastor of the Flrat Presbyterian so doing he atdcswlped s second guidance; Wallace A, Strove. Stress PlacedOn the Future Homemakeri of and teacher of the school land director at Mainland twin \
Grin
adult education
winner was Will Maxwell oGadaden Church, will conduct the truck going In the opposite director ; ofpupil America. She Is attending the ar* especially proud of this for High School Daytona Beach
service. The body will be interred direction and operated by Lea- ell K. Bishop supervisor I state \ scheduled Uuyton McLendon band dl.
toll; third Ueckyllanna i service Miss convention now In aea- group's sblllty. They are '
lie Monroe Moor of havana. personnel ; rector at Fltagerald High
Gadaden toll; fourth- In Eastern Cemetery ImportanceOf lion at CUarwater, for a television perform-
Craig McMillan Quincy FFA; with the Butler-Morgan Funeral Driven and passenger In Alii K. Ferguson and, supervisor For her project presentation ante on Channel 8 during the School I' Fitzgerald: Ga.| and J.
horn ill
of achool lunch *conomlca Louli i.
fifth- Butch Odam, Jackson Horn In charge. both vehicles were ui.lnjured Mia Falrcloth will eompar the week of May 4. which ls Nation Svhlegel director of
County I'FA; sixth- John Garret reported Investigating authority ; Mr* Ann C. Nicholsongeneral Carl E.. Agriculture marrlag law, social cuatomL al Music. Week. the Day llgh School Band,
Trooper G. W. Sandel of: supervisor; and teen values of Panama CII,.
(, ..I.cklOnH, aev.nthBil. MOBILE X-RAY Mrs. ftwluerland After the program refresh
Rude, general supervisor ,
ly Nobles, Jackson 4-H; eighth The Mobil X-ray Unit will the Florida Highway PatrolHobbs Frances F Smith coordinatorof ; More young people should with those of Florid In a three- menu will be served.THRIFT will The combine highlight all of the the Festival
Gadadea 4-H charged with driving I itudy agriculture sa s vocation minute speech Sb. I* competing Judge to
tloyd Suoer ; be at the Courthouse Square was special 1 education; Mr*. Bulge Judge the Marching ContentSaturday
ninth Paul Bert Gadaden from 8 to 12, Saturday April on the wrong side of the, S. Woodber,. visiting teacher:' because there sre *o many dtfferent against sewn other candidates SHOPThe Night at Corry Ath.

.-11; and tenth- Elizabeth 11.AU road. I Mrs. Betty G. Register, In- field open to them other from other Florida districts. PTA Thrift lUe Field beginning I I at 13(1(

Ueicher Gadiiden 4-IL persons are urged to take Continued .0 Pas Eight than the growing of crops," Miss Falrclolh ls president Crawford Street I* tihru: I:I, p ... Every S minute. I band
I At pram time yesterday 4Hand advantage of thin service and YEARBOOK EDITOR stressed Jack McAllister of the elect of the Qulnry FIlA ChapLr. need of clothes, .. will take the field and present

F'A Judging coolest war have tree cheat X-rays. Miss Clenoda Klnsry- was In' Quincy r State Department ot Agriculture .led the daughter of Mo'anti o1caW"\ ..... their marching show Prior to
' taking plac Un the lirst .-.t1 Just elected editor of "Veterroptr Mr McAllister waa the Mrs. J. Naal FaJrcMh oi 'Anyone?having clothes to dlo, being judged on their marching;

team were: Jim Spooner Floyd I. FLOWER SHOW the yearbook of Wealeyan Presbytery To main speaker at the annual Qulnry, ast. wbe finds It Impossible and pitying ability the atuilem

buber David Debcrd and Dub. Remember the Spring Flower College, Macon, Ga. Quincy FF.A. Father-Son Ban Mrs. Evelyn Salmon, chapter lake them to the Thrift toP will be Judged Individually on
Huber; second toll team Edward Snow planned for April 16 Miss Klngry will be senior quart last Friday evening In the advisor and Mill Elaine Uat- on Fridays and Saturdays from their persons appearance, general .

Spooner George Powell, from 8 to 9 pm at the Garden next year and Is the daughter' Meet Tuesday school cafeteria."Even Un and Miss Glnny Cox, voting I II II and 1 8 is asked to appearance, Instruments
Steve btoutsmlre, Jo* Smith Center Everyone Is Invit of Mr and Mrs. Glenn Klngryof though the farm pop- drlegate accompanied her to call MAIaj 7-05DJ: and they will unirnrm and poature.
and alternate Will Maxwell. ed. I Quincy. The Spring Meeting of the ulaUon continue to dft'lIn..1 Clearwater, be picked up. The publlo It cordially/ Invited .
Members of the Quincy FFA Florid. Presbytery, PresbyterIan there 1* S great need for graduates to the marching show.Th .
Judging team were: Tommy Church U S., will meet In In the fields" of admission will be $100

Smith Pete Munroe and Doyle the Pint Presbyterian Church Ing, research, chemistry tar adults and I BO for student.
forehand; Greensboro FFA 2 Political Rallies Are here at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning aging and other field m.rua'i R. F. Munroe Seeks Seat Pre t'hool children will be ad-

Judging team, Ronnie Macon April 14. to agriculture," slated milled free
I John Clark and Vann Bryant The Rev, Dronaon Mstney Jr, Alllater. Th Quincy Band Patrons

, Results will be announced In Is the Moderator of the Florida I 11. went on to workIn Club will erne sa bosl. lor the
next week's paper. Presbytery and will preside it any of thoee"r.that would Festival Charta; A. Burns
Judging of toll animal ant Scheduled For GadsdenTwo this district court meeting. Approximately offer very exciting career On City CommissionA Quincy Band Director I* _,..

FFA entries took plate yeater- 100 members of The Invocation was given by ins a* Festival and District

(Continued .. Page Eight this court are expected to attend the Rev Thomas L. Culllno Ch.lnaan.'Orange.Black'.

political rallies have representing the forty- followed by the banquet. rare for a seat on the City
been announced for the month ,eight churches: of the Presuy ommlaalon last
34 Graduates During the evening presentation developed week I
of April to which all candidates wry which comprise an arts
,
of award were made by when friend of Hubert 1
subject to the May 5 primary ,from Madison to Panama Cityto "
Ford to "Uohh
George Tommy Smith Munroe by petition
Candy Stripers nave been Invited. Penaacols. for being elected ChapterStar filed his name with City Clerk : Contest Closes
1 The Florida Presbytery consists '-
The first rally to be held Farmer and the recipientof James F Cross. Mr Munroe
Finish Course Monday evening, April 13 beginning ,, of all the ministers and of Farm Safety Award and will OPIM.yor I'ro Tern
at T o'clock Is being churches within the sows district th. Public Speaking Award.William Leon E. Weaver who I* seekng Spring Drills
When the Florida Presbytery
Th Gadaden County Hospital sponsored by the ChattahoocheeJunior meets next Tuesday each Coley received the reelection In Group Two.

now baa 34 more Candy Chamber of Commerce.The church shall be represented by Star Urtcnhand Award; Walter Mayor C W 'Ned" Hlnaon will By !>.*. Jamea,
of indents affair will be staged In the Dover, Soil end Water Management for hi One seat 4fs
Striper a group !s Ruling Elder commissioned run Group unopposed Tina* Sports Write .
between the attei of 1S-18 who open lot In front of the Jitney by the Church: Session of each Program: Jerome Jen- In the April 14 flec Spring Is here and baseball
do volunteer work. lungle. Food will be served ,local church. A church whose kin. P r m Electrification lion since the deadline passed I. In the sir, I but H's plittkln
The girls, who are sponsored beginning st 8 pm. 1 communicants exceed 1900 shall Award; Hugh Nicholson Farm al 12 noon Saturday without opposition time enact again st .least for

by the Woman's Hospital Auxiliary All candidates, Including M represented by two Ruling Mechanic Award; Wayne Johnson deviloplng. jf tonight as Quincy High's Tigers

Just recently completed hose running for governor, Ciders and shall be entitled to crop farming; and Hugh Mr Munro I II a 41 year old s age their annual Orange
s 12-hour eourae and have already have been Invited by letter and one more Ruling Elder fur each Stephens, Scholarship e a d native of Qulnry, a ton of the Slack game that terminate
donated 134 hour *er* will be allowed five minute additional 1000 con nunicanta. Dairy Farming. ate M. W. Munroe and Mrs. lane football training. drills

Ice. During their spar time speaking time. W. L. Ford wa presented aplaque Munroe. H. attended Quincy ( time Is '.10 ,... si terry
they make beds serve triys, On Saturday, April 15 a sec for outstanding service elementary echool and received ,..Id.
feed patient, entertain children ond rally will begin at ..30 Blood Program and AIM McMillan received a his high school training at Me Representative from toe Big

run errand, straighten pm. at the City Hall laireentboro. plaque and was named an honorary ('sllle School it (Chattanooga Bend Football Official Aaso
patients' rooms and many other A spokesman for Passed By Red member, All chapter of- Tens Following graduallun 4* elation will be on hand to Allis
chore the Greensboro Klwaal Club leer* were presented leadership from MrCilll he entered (Jeor. FR late tins Intra-aquad gam*

The Candy Striper Program sponsor. said that the rally will (:Cross Directors pins.Sarvlag. gia Tech la MO, leaving that Tiger WMhe sr* hoping; to
In Chicago last until all candidate havebeen W. Abrams I some of the answer Ui
organized The Her. George ea the banquet committee school: In. April IMI to Join =
10 year ago has been In given an opportunity to Th. board of directors ef Ute were Bob Raker program the United Bute Army, f. "Msay Mjsree that plagued the J0 3

operation at the Gadaden County ,peak. Revival Set At Csdsden County Chapter ef ; Hugh Stephen, Ed Bro*> "Bobby," as he II knew to quad List won only 1 gamn
Hospital for over s year At 8 o'clock a chicken pllesusupper the American Red Cross voted dun. Tommy Howell and Charles his friends, while with dotathmml out of ten. plus trying to tuna
The name, "Candy Stripers," will be served. During Church unanimously Tuesday night to Denlson InvtUUona; Tommy : of Paratroopers In Letter Relates the personnel that will JellInlet
was originally derived from the the meal music will be furnished G'Boro participate In the Ked Cross Smith, Doyle Forehand Hugh Germany la I IM9 loot his let a representative auras al an

girls' uniform mad aa pinafore by the "World' Fair Revival services will be con blood program. Nicholson...... Smith Ulyn Hi la the 'Battle of the Bulge." entry la the newly formed
la red and whit striped kxind" Greensboro High School ducted st the Greensboro Baptist I This program will enable the Beech, Buddy Stewart and 11. wa discharged In April. Alaska HavocIn Uulf Coast Ceoference' too*
material. Band. Money derived from the 11 I chapter to provide the blond member of the FI1A dec*. 1(48 wltfc s first lleuUiuuil'i wsd: Quincy, Blounlstewn.
sale of food at the will Church, beginning April ,seeds of the people of the ailons Pent Joe and Chlpl.y, Intine
rally
Sue Jones Mr Charlie
Mr* *
and ending Sunday night April bark
Owen and Mr*. Charles Turner be used to help pay expensesof 19. The Sunday wakes are 'them county for without the blood any Haelf.charge There to Murray Ungford I* the chapler rank.Mr, Munro ha* bees engaged EarthquakeFollowing I Quincy Is ef planning their minds to hate| know a
the band to the fair Shasunsner.
served s* Instructors. scheduled st II s.m. and S p m. will be a small charge by the advisor. In the hardware and farm are sample from lOUd season .. they soy be
Serving a* advleor. were Mr*. Implement hatless her lorseveral
The week-day services Monday hospital for administering the S letter dated Marc 10 from ble to earn a berth In the
JL D. Woodward Jr., Mr Candidate are requested by through Saturday will blond but there I* no chargefor Graduate StudentsHistory yean, being a partner Mrs. Jess Jertjlgan. Owtim to lusts Faotball Class A Ckanvptonanlp
fount May Jr. and Mr Fred both sponsoring organisations be conducted at 8 p m. Ked Crone blood. la the M k M Tractor Cvmpaoy. her mother Mrs. g. It Jentigss. Play-Off ......* to keInaugurated

KlbUka of the Woman's Auxil to make their Intentions known 1"c...,.. W, AUsauof It will be some time helens Course He has I long bees Interested of CJulnry. Mr*. Owtnfl lives Mla fallCares
iary. Mr*. E. C. Love I* pre.fdent ,and the time they will requireM la government, from the Alaska. scene ef lee
be Anrhorage Joe
Jackson Mississippi, will thi* program can art underway a* ** and
of the organisation. that schedule: eat be sr- the guest speaker for the full but It .la hoped that M will national but baa slew to Ute sought total Oulttlcal levtl Ute recent sever earthquake. 0 eorge Vaughs will be pb wing

anged. eight days Mr Abrams la a be In operation by early summer Being OfferedA sever Mr*. Owl.'. also slater the Urtnae and Black Mara*
office before 11 Urn*
Wade Home Is gradual of Bob Jones University according to Red Clam otfirlsls. III Mrs. Roan C. Horton *fytilnry against, each ether. Listed we
of
la letters I. Ute editor
Vehicle Safety and the New Orleans Baptist history court for gradual a kas .bees Using I*) the are starting" sUvsa. .
7 Theological Seminary. He Nttdenu win ke offered larvlnry the Times, Mr. Monroe had this. tar aorthem Mate far ajuste a Black Teens Left *M- Cary
Burned April his Uary
Check Slated has served' pastorate la Clayton Iflgk School during Tn.seder to aay, eaorernlng .l/IC chili Her kusbaad I* Major Posh; Left Taekl*_ David D*.
Fire of undeterintned origin Alabama; Bollgea, Alabama Forestry Report IIIA. Tii I* the third r Mack OwlM ef the U, S. ArasyThar CeaUsiaed: en Psge SLIMS

completely<< destroyed the home A voluntary -Vehicle SafetyCJteck ; Wst Green Alabama The Cadaden County Forestry n a serif of dwrsn tram th Mr. I. lave Ifulch....... editor ere Mb<< former reaUtenl

of Mr. and Mr*. Bill wade early win be held la Quinry AlkevlUe Alabama; Marrere. Service reports I woods fires rtorlds laeUtMe for Centlmalag The GadwlMl County 11..., lit Qvl.rf. They have tee sons, At tho Theatres
Tuesday morning. The home Louisiana and ScaUadale, Arisen In the pest saws day, burning l/'alvertty Siodle. F1CUS dour. ., Flald.Deer I Richard who wee wilt them
was located several adios aortawest Saturday April It from 8IJB. I *. 7 acres.' Number of weds alt ..-..pportad reprv..nte |*> H the time ef Ihe disaster, sad
; of Quincy oe the Hvtchln- I* t .. The project Is Following the beginning sertkw fine reported rime Jannsry I I tUtll aftll. Hiitra.Many ; Mark, Jr., a pe'streotwf fatlane4 This Week

son Ferry Road awl was too f ar being sponsored Jointly by the &uDd.,. April 12, an eld of this year total. 18, burningMl TIM HY of my friend kv In 0.1...* Lf Theatre
Number ef woods course 418The asked BM why I am running The letter fa/loiter atlraetlon for
fashioned nrre
truck arrived from "dinner so. the .
when
cone s Junior cu.eo-- United stales *lnr* lno car- for die City CommiaafciS I lait o4 ,he seating week Is Suds ,aI..
this Siam S year Dar Itvther
Fire Department to grounds" will be spread under,fire at sam
"
the Quincy
the building. and the Exchange Oak the subs eft fee churrk law*. ice added .P to 41. kerningt lies three awn.**.* boars WiMverssty etwM Hmyly" say that I think R'GGreeUaa ;prlaga starring Troy Hon.MM .
save and Mrs. Wade and their Check last will be set up en Reneaii Ooouney, the castor 1S aertRablfa11 {I'' erKit The reflstraAon that the Incumbents"' ahouM M all of yen and .) and Connie Stevens,

four Mr.young eon*. plus looter W, Washtogton Street betweenCalboun of tee Creensbor BapUstiChurrk j; for the past week, fee I* 834M. TIM tnelrv. nave eppositiun or that I .believe 1 watt to aaf that we tee snort 'rbatsd.r"Yarn.Friday sod nature
Street and Stewart lot will ke Dr. Maurice Vanes day Springs *
everad ( beShnul4 In sere .. aeadtkenv Weekend.
able t cordially toriu Uleiptablie In the Quincy area test | one gripe pate to
BOO, wen barely save Street- The Department of Ps b* JO I Profeaaor ef HWery, Florid I Ward all nd The Big Bla*" will k* f.*.
themselves. All of their .....- to ttnd u.. eervke JH Rosedsl. J; HavtM. ; try to lie amnethiagMA knew ye*
hold lurmljniags were esomasa :k Safety bas approved ef the and the aevarty averat*. M. I''Male tolveoity, .* aM g/lpM. klauelf and the news srdau, the first w4 Saturday. Scheduled for
;
drive and will not Issue any While this ewer.. i* Mill, both of the above reason are ef which were erreneou asserla. sundeR UMMiy,Tuesday We*.
) ed by the of clothing flames. Only was saved.a lee eUaUons far ,.,... ..... 1 FIRST BAPTISTSUNDAY Door Prizes Given Al 'offered. prtmartly far the ssisrvke certainty bse.hlowever Ye*) ** debt have seen seeday, April 12. 11, 14, it will

-. The piece bone was not covered by Don Brews, president ., theayreea. SERMONS I' edisretton ef UarUrs.MJter to be kri.fly mart oar dowatowa are en TV and b* "A Global Affair," starring

loauraoce.i ./ and Dale Seckler.pr The Rev. TkotMC. CTCtrlUnopnstor : Morrow Open House ,I Inureeled perten* arc .. the petal, so a* ......... Ioejswteel .f *oun. we .basest ales M at But Hop
: local of the ASMTt *ldent ef the Cachacg ef Ike First Baptist Tke door prise .glees at'asked to evsil UX'ssailv efM and sup *e to ...'"- all The property damage wa Featured al the lUll Drive
The chapter
ku Croea I spearheading duo erg all dUwn IJess Ckavrk. wtfl caeUaaw tke aeries Morrew .*** boa last week ..........,. Reglevitlonnuat si jertMM ef the recently apeFurst terrtfl, but nUrarttlMsly the I. lor Friday and Satcrday
Red *
i the family the Crete ef Safety" and Uvihetf ea .Jesus' Life and Oars' ... .ere swsroed af S p... last k* sompieUd not laser -* Cfesrter,' death toll has .been very very will be -Courtship of Cddle's
i a cenpelga and to give Mr Leduc cars sherbet slay aaerslng Has nnon will ,.......,, ihan April 11. Please ceertactMr I -isettbe part ef AA b>*. lid H happened .. ether," starring Otoa Ford

Jars aMletaace tinet manager, asks that Tven esr bed drtver sre be entJUM 1 ShsO ..... The find arts* Mink .... was *. Ann ........... _lit, Uric It. Bashes 101 tO 'OsUOM achoel Urn, there would have and Sktrley Jone*. Alto f.*.
' would like to eeaat poor risks sf they are diHta At the evening service Mr. mn by Mr Thames Smith and,_tart person far Ik* rlortd sad T__" The way this seesi saaay anany store live isred 1* "War ls HelL" Sun.
theae who or motet ear with. ked krak**, vor Cnttln. *.ias.st, "Xewanls ef _adrh Frenck Poodleee.Merge" taetMeto for CeoUnatng CSI. Is written H weald be poenlbleor .lost, a* we loot three schools day, April 13. will lit toUta,'*
clothing, fmttur pits. ores *r ether aejlerted Kens RcUgtonwill ke ka4 en taw ..... was wen k; rersMy stdies coneernlxg reg- exempt If five people wn.* enrollsMnl would have ..arrlng James Mason and Bhek
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YOUTH ASKS Nothing has been the'
butt of more Jokes than thi
Tor i Faith and I Challenge psychologist couch but ccrUn i
.Good Example and Good ExpliniUoni it Is that talking things out to TODAY AND TOMORROW _MRIL
SHOWER
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Known Limits someone trusted on couch or
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ud Consistency And wherever," la good therapy for I GV BY RALF HARDESTERTtaturt
To B. Htitd the troubled
Once a problem can be ex Sdihr TV GUIDE MAGAZINE
Br Dorothy B.Alexander ternaliaed by talking It out it
Publication Specialist no longer eaU at one from the
. Florida Division el inside ao hungrily One can TP DAVID JANS8EN CAN KEEP The Fugltiw running I
Child Training Schools then'then take a good look at It out JL on the network for three years his personal

Many Senior Women Clubsof rather and pushed than having way down lirepmaed l profit will amount to an even $1,000,000 NBC w a t:
. Florida are doing a fine Inside One I. then more likely *, > --n4- testing new highlY sensitive color equipment i I 1 c
thing, Mr. Alyce McPhertonsuperintendent to do something more posl tt> nee for eotorcsuitmiT the Orange Bowl first I II t
: Florida School live about it. night football: ram from Miami next New
1m Girl at Ocala, tells me, In Words are Important and I I ,, \tar's. It will be the find time a nighttime. A i
outdoor event has ever been colorcast
x
ending i small contribution reading Is one of the best ; ;i
I fun filled family comedy i* the war CBS de-
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each year from 1 to 9 dol. means of learning to use them t I for Thursday ,
scribes show slimed on
new
lars books
for for the
cot. properly Boots right In the
t nights at 7:30-8 next jieason. It will featurenome
tacts housing Florida wayward collages to be picked In
up Fred
} of America' beot-loved monsters-
. girl Tim program par4ially many an Idle moment which otl>. t::; G jne (Car 54,Where Are You T) as Frsnken- JITNEY-JUNGLE
: fUlt a very real need erwis might be spent by the i tein's creation,for example.Name of the shows
:No club I II ttriined In nuking girls in restless, negative acUvllle The Monsters, a. In fun and monitors, the network
.lists email contribution and yd *, fill a very special need. insists Tarsan. and then Password. In
th. aggregate can become a Each year a few more are 1 Urn have been assigned to tha time slot. Pass
:.useable auto.Reading bought for each of the eight David Jsnssen. word'tmbahly will mike it some place en the
.prime Importance ii known to to anyone be of School cottage an The average girls are of eleven at the! .roundfgurt network next season; Tanan probably not. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY GROCERIES THIS YEAR THISIS

education A good vocabulary month and there are by no LIAM SULLIVAN FORMERLY X REGULAR on the dayttm. THE
:and the ability to expreia one'i means enough books for reading General Uospital series,has a lead role (aa a. high school rlncl. WEEK TO STOCK UP WITH THEM AT BELOW
thought. accurately, are basic matter the whole time so the pal) In a new ABC c map opera, The ideninjr' Circle DwsjneJan.
.'reeds of any personality, And books are rotated through the llirkman. in his first TV role sine l Dobte Gull", WHOLESALE COSTI!
-words have taken on new Im- cottages It Is a good way for puest-KUrs (along with Annette Inniielto, William
portance aa the need to "talk clubs or individuals to have i Dfmsrrst and Cecil Kellaway) In an up.
small part in this vital struggleof coming Greatest Show on Earth episode. Story,
salvaging Florida wayward titled "RoMtta," 1* the usual thing about I JITNEY JUNGLE JITNEY JUNGLE
7/1t children and preventing them young TeterliMrlsn who performs am eye open i
from going on to live of crime. turn on an elephant .Contrary to previousCBS
095tJe pronouncement,Carry, Moore will not play
Last year American sgricul king to Carol Burnt!* princess I In her "Once MAYONNAISE CAKE MIXES
tural exports to other countries upon a MsttiW ai-eclsl Jack Gilford will beJunll'.l'llyinr
666 readied the roll completely in pantomime. I
: $58 billion which ac- 'Rhite will be queen. Joe Bo,a will be
count for one-fourth of all U. S. trine Dauntless and onetime Show of Showi Barry Belsfont.
.. product hipped abroad U minstrel. ...*'* shows,
---- -- --- -- .. ._ _. linger Bill 0'7-:111 I
BEUKmE ABSENT nOM TV pMttneaUMinY 39c 3 $100
: HETHODBT MASOM VETBtAN CITY COUNCIL ftQ season, hopes to do two shows this year, one for Bob nnp; Qt. Boxes
and on*for Ed bulllran...Joey Wuhop probably will b. oi ff TV
: Cent year,but h* hopes to make a comeback the>followmir season
.. VOTE FOR with a new 60-mlnut*variety irll' David )Jo1per.producer ,
cf the recent TV documentary { ; ;of the President 1980"plans

: f'!!!! DORSEY C. SMITH IIP. will to be Him wrlrt a similar B-+u was record the ot original-y i the 1M4 campaign.l-nhUer False The follow.winnet SEE
radio voice of ALL RICE 36 limit 3 29c
Theodore Aldnrh" and H.Ahit.wore..recently..Krra a Stone TV,producer onetime and director ("H"7 Anirol oz. bag
aeirmmt, "My 8>n,
In Chinning
Th. llstha 'ays) guest-star a
F COUNTY COMMISSIONER the All-Amerlcnn" .. Robert Walker Jr. and iheryl noIdrMge.f .
! Mickey Blouse fame, guest In aa upcoming Dr. KUdartt "Quid
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e Senator Proxmire ID"W"I, LAST WEEK'S BONUS WINNERS -
has Mated that the Federal Lotus May Parker
Aviation 1 "maintain.
Agency *
log t luxury fleet of plane at John A. Baker
F taxpayer expenee." According Alzora Green
to the Senator, there Is a fleet Lizzie Woods LAST WEEK'S;: $150 WINNER -
of some 120 plane, including
one with Interior decorating.If I Annie D. Connor JIMMIE WALKER I
I FAA personnel need to !
travel they can une commercial
: $139.95 -- I flight," lroxmlre said. GEORGIA GRADED

MMM MMEOS7Z I Orange have a long history,1 I

OPERATES ON 115 VOLTS PLUGS IN LIKE A LAMP I They originated In China, and
were brought to India Italy and I :; b. FRYERS423e
Spain before arriving In the 4

SUBER and JOHNSON CO. I j 1493 West Indies From with there Columbus they eventuslly in. ,

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I have proved to be a capable and successful .

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" I have recently passed the Florida State Insurance

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friendship with people from all walks of life.


;.. My experience in meeting people and serving the PRODUCEFROZEN FOODS-

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public good will and sincere concern for my LARGE FIRMLETTUCE WHOtEMBYOKRA

fellow citizens is second to none.I .

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friendly and courteous manner all the time election SUNUST


year I or pledge not to operate the Office of Tax Collector LEMONS *- 18c 3 144 Lb. $1 00CADSD

, every working day. including Saturday afternoon.If Bag

: elected. the Office of Tax Collector will be my
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Bubble Gum StuffThe have total Federal regimentation rule by unlimited Woman' Club House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12, \

and oontlnulnf swarm of Government "Inspectors" with authority from Post Office.
TUX: CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNt the Executive to interfere with anyone's business, any-
Federal Trad Commission U about to wind 20- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson
Published each Thurtdi tt U & Midlxm StrMt upon one's Job, and anyone's freedom. Monday, April
A. John H. fi>rr ".,rESTABLISHED of its stickiest case It 1* a sad day for this once-proud nation when it U House; Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chcpter No. 30.
Qulnrr flortds 1901 It Involve a bubble gum company and its alleged left to the 100 men of the U. S. Senate to decide the fated R.A.M. TalMar-Quin Council 23 8 p.m., Masonic
of the baseball card business
monopoly liberty for which tenthousand time a* have Social Security Representative, 9:30: am,
lams as..ee.. .. Ow..g Plaide many Building
The FCC the firm tied almoit the entire
charge up died. They need a* never before, the guidance and advice Court Room. Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203,
One Yw. MOO Two Years S5M Eli Months $1.7i.
coterie of professional baseball players to long term
of 100 million of us to sustain them in their awsom 730 p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4pm.,
... Uatchluoa ._. r..d Don Carmu _______ __ Al.........,,' und New.Q .I from the minor leagues. and fearful loneliness. First Presbyterian Church.
Alter more than three month of hearings and some Tuesday, April 21LIfe Underwriters! 12 noon, KjttrelT
4,000 pages of testimony, the commission U now readyto QUINCY Restaurant Canning Center, 8- 5; Rotary Club 1 p.m.,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL| sit back and chew the matter over before making a Jefferson House; Quincy Elementary and High School
decision. CALENDAR OF EVENTSA P.T.A. 7pm., High School Auditorium:; Lions Club,
c41 t I : :C8TsOC1A'S '.t The final verdict however, will still probably come 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant
T.j1J # from the Idd on the corner who want to swap a Mickey Community Service by the Post
22- Recruiter, 10:30: a.m.,
O Wednesday. April Navy
Mantle !for a Warren Spahn, off vie versa
Gadsdea County Chamber of Commerce 627-8518
Office; Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House.
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Calendar I* based on Information reported by club:
r THE CORRECT LABEL STRIKES HOME Empty Words r
secretaries and program directors a* of the Friday preceding
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UNNOTICED Thoughtful citizens are becoming more and more, publication j jI
disturbed over the shambles that passage of the Civil I
Right Act would make of the Constitution and representative Thursday, April 9Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State jii1
government in the United States. Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert Street I

The to their fears and received
answers protests, as Friday, April 10- Canning Center, 8 5; Alcoholics
from Senators who obviously Intend: to yield to the Executive
Anonymous and A1 demand, follow the of f
tone
very generally same
". Parish House; Pilot Club, 1 Jefferson
p.m.
EXPEoF in to the heads of these alarmed
; depreciation seeking pat House; Air Force Recruiter, 9. 12 noon Post Office.
rFEtpER ; constituents C
Th. formula 1* to point out that 34 state now hare Monday, April 13- Klwanis Club, I p.m., Jefferson House;
TAXPAYER civil right laws, so there' really nothing to get excited Order Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social

about Security Representative, 9:30 a.m., Court Room,
But they fail to mention that passage of the Federalact Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7.30; p.m., Scout
would void all those state laws. They assume Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m. First Presbyterian >
or hope, at least that the voters have forgotten that Church. I
** when the Supreme Court ruled in 1956 that CommunistBoss
r. NOTICED! Steve Nelson was not subject to the sedition laws Tuesday, April 14- Canning Center, 8.5; Rotary Club, '
ESu of Pennsylvania (under which he had been convicted of 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic
y conspiring to overthrow the Government by force and Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, 7:30: tutor SoJ..II 1 Call our business office/
MrtMMONEY violence), our highest tribunal knocked out the antiCommunist p.m., Clubhouse, Shadow Street; George W. Munroe BE SURE TO INCLUDE today and ask about our
/ laws of 42 states! P.TJL. 7:30 p.m., George W. Munroe School ; TELEPHONES IN variety of color telephonesIn
vim. And it might be asked in passing what state has any many attractive styles.
NUDE means today of protecting its children against atheistic Wednesday April IS- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Post POPULAR COLORS They will go well In any
'' 'r Office 12 Kittrell's Restaurant Exchange decor.Quincy .
o' EXPEND ; Jaycees noon ;
teachings since the Supreme Court In 1962 dealt theord's
t1
; trgkpAYER Club, 1pm., Jefferson House; Gadsden County -
< Prayer a knockout punch In the schools of 37
Hospital Auxiliary, 10 am, Gadsden County I
5' totes In ruling unconstitutional a Pennsylvania law requiring -
its recital And In 1963, the Court copperrivetedthis Hospital

,,4 'F NDS! decision by ruling out the "non-sectarian" school Thursday, April 16- Canning Center, 8.5; Florida Slot
TAXPEQExploding prayer of the N. y Board of Regent Employment Service, 9.3, S. Roberts St .
Clearly, the Civil Right battle I* the last stand oi
States' Rights. With the passage of this act the stales Friday, April 17- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon ;: : Telephone Co.
would have no law, no local government In the placeof Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Canning ;;1,,
A Myth representative government at any level we would Center, 8.5; Quincy Woman' Club, 11 a.m.,I
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W. w.r. gratified to IH that the United States
Senate has at last taken step to explode one of the most
d.plorabl. myths of our time the use of the term "federal tmrftM, Oeer......>__Cwmhi, fat, tadY'There's
funds" os a cover.up for the actual expenditure of
taxpayers' funds

How many times have you driven by construction
site and seen the phrase "being built with federal funds"
emblazoned on an adjoining sign and sped past without
giving a second thought? But, if that sign had truthfully
informed you that It was taxpayers' money that was
being spent -yours and mine you'd most likely have

brought your oar to a screeching halt more ,:
It U astounding to realise that the "federal funds"
cliche hat been consistently used as a smoke screen for
the dispensing a no matter how wa.l.lulof funds presided
to this bread
by the taxpayers, ever sine big government spend = 1 .
ing became an unwelcome way of life torn 33 yean ago.
Th. only money the federal government has or
ever has had 1s that which It gets from the taxpayer than Good Looks :qa i F y4 y4ti
Therefore, when money Is sent to aid a foreign country,,
for instance, It does not come from "federal funds" It 1*
applied by taxpayer who have been required to "chip
In" to make the money available -
We believe that the Senates recent approval of a
proposal writ Into all spending measure the pointed : :
reminder that the money appropriated comes out of the
taxpayers' pockets should be promptly seconded by the
House and enacted into law.
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If any argument were needed to rouse the world'
responsible statesmen to the defense of Malaysia againstthe
campaign of Indonesia's President" Sukarno to destroy ,
the new federation and add this country to his a fy

Island empire, report of widespread starvation in Java tiN,
should be It.
Java, the largest of his \Islands, is famed as the

garden spot of the world. Yet Seth J. King reports to The a ?, t'
New York Time from Semarang that: "In several areasof { iFk r'Y{ ,i
:f.wYw.7+a. wy.ke
Java and !In a few scattered pockets in Ball there are +s n.
people today who are lying down In the streets and dying '
of starvation. Hundred have been hospitalized from the
effect of lack of food." :
So the Little Caesar, who ha wrangled millions of

foreign aid dollars from the US, plus more aid from .
the Soviet, and still can't feed his people In the most &
productive land on earth must despoil Malaysia, tool
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Time For BaseballThere ,

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Is a time for all things and all sports. Nowis \ b
the time for baseball
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The Major Leagues are about ready to begin their ,
1964 season, having been playing exhibitions in the
southern climes, and from mid.April until the first week
in October, baseball will be dally news. %< -

And one can measure the warmer weather by baseball Batter Whipped'rro Sunbeam guarantees you. .
; when we read the box scores and read the resultswe
know winter I* gone. Soon school will be ended
for summer and holidays and vacations will begin.
We are always ready for warmer weather, the firs NATURAL GOODNESS

Spring days, outdoor ports, and baseball It Is a good I
time of year, of new life, new seasons and, always new

hopes. and much !
so more
Bailie For NewsWhether -


there were more reporters than voters in NATURAL FLAVORThe
New Hampshire on election day \U not as important as
the reason why they were out In such numbers Batter Whipped process means small batch mixing _
It offered a first opportunity to two giant In a long- to bring out all the natural good taste of Sunbeam's
brewing battle for news network supremacy In this election premium quality ingredients.BALANCED t
year. wl1
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CrorJdte against National Broadcasting Company' Che All Sunbeam's natural energy .. Its vitamins and min- BlIfTEA '
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Coffee Given For I. of 'Home Freezing of Fruit; By Gtorgvl' It Just look like rem, Phil 1 and Pete of Sebring, he return to CharWon he
Baptist Night PresbyterianCircles and Vegetable; page 3 of[ Epicopal those weed that art growingout attended the wedding of their will continue In his epeelanatfield.

Visitors :Home: Freeilng of Poultry, and of the doormat at our front grandson Norman Walsh 111 .
Here WMS MeetsThe Meet 'Freeilng Prepared Food*, tU I step are going to bloom. last Saturday.! Mr. Walsh of

are Florida Agricultural Eaten Church Notes Hubert VanLandlngham was Cairo Ga., was marriage to INCOME: AND TAX CUT
Mr. Arthur Pixel! and Mrs. Night WMS of the First Circlet of the Women Non Service bulletin to disappointed that he didn't Mm Judy Seller of Thomaa- The new tax law shifts tome
Robert Gardner entertainedwith Baptist Church held itt monthly First Presbyterian 1. Coffee cant should be especially from St. Fault win the "poodley dog" during ton, Ga.Miss of the Income tax burden onto

a delightful coffee Tu.. meeting Monday, April 6.Mn. Monday The Bible uaeful In freetlng Morrow' open house last week. Mary Hall Gregory of person with high income but
day morning from 10:SO until Alice Wolf president,,, from Psalms and cookies cup cake, baked orpartybaked Talk about an exercise In The place down here I* prety -, Qulnry and Mm Carton( Craw.I. leave the bulk of the load on
roll, stews, or
12 o'clock in honor of M.... Arthur opened the meeting with pray Higher Education"! was shelled fruitration1! I went out gobbler quiet with the county 1'IIi11' Icy, KUxk-nU at Florida Preabyterian the middle Income group.
E, Fixel! er. ject of the program pecana.I hunting this morning, and had ration books cloned Last Saturday College, of
of Detroit, Mich would Ilk to remind home- are spending Person with Income over
and Mn Leo Bait of Scaradale, The minute were read and Circle One of which owners that round container myself well camouflaged on the the office was jsm-pack- spring vacation with Mr*. Craw- $50000 will pay BS per cent
N. Y. Whit gladioli and yellow approved. Fount May Jr. I* are not at economical in regard edge ute to of six a field by twenty min ed. Wonder If the poll will be ley' family In Appomatox, Va. compared with 88 per cent,
and purple iris were at in- Committee report were given met at the home of Mrs i to freeeer apace at those little hen miner Six two AM, pretty aa busy votln' day Hope to.AU Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Woodward those with Income of over 120'
terett point in the living room. by the enlistment, publicity, nell May with 14 of rectangular onto the field scratch daintily, arounda out this Hashing of politicians'teeth of Tailahaawe vtRtted here 000 will try 24 4 per cent compared
and coupon committee 1 visitor in attendance. la blinding isn't it" I with the 32.1
Centering the during the weekend present
dining table bit and
which wa covered by a yellow Mn. Wolf read a note from Cecil Price was Bible twenty, feet of passes Trigger tjy within finer bet more hand-.hakln' has son Mr. and Mr*. Sam Myrlrk while those in the 10,000-to
the Sunbeam the me.
embroidered silk damask cloth thanking tor and Mr M. N Drew ( Itches Six AM on this year than ever before. I have moved to Tallahaame to 20000 class will pay 278 per
wa a sliver bowl of Night WMS for the Sunbeam on the topic of the month. three hen twenty ; Rival In language Old make their home. cent, compared with the prec
weetpea and Irli. On rOlf'S.one BanquetThe president, Mrs. Bob : answer (o race out of woodsin Lady (tin New York): Isn't II'' M.... P. II. Spears, Mr*. Cooper ont 268 j
member my yelping come
ends were encouraged was presentCircle wonderful how a single policeman Mr. Those In the SS.OOO will
of the table Johnson, Klbert Luten pay
was a silver to attend the Auoclational up to me and look at If
me ai .
Mr C. R ,
Two I" can dam the flow of traffic
38 with thepresent
service
and on the Mrs. T. J. Farr visited relative per cent compared
other a 1
WMU meeting April 23 at Mt. Jr, chairman met at the wen crazy Trigger flnierItchea. Boy: Yes Grannie, but 8.
38
punch bowl in Jackaonvlll the
Party food was Zion and the State WMU Conference Continue during
of Mr T. U Maxwell to scratch> forty )on should hear the bu. driven
also on the table and They were accwn-
buffet. at the Robert Meyer Mr. Tom feet Three minutes wt'i
present.
away Well, guess the measlei eplemlo Marlneland of
Many friends of the honoree.who by Mr. W A. A crew from
Hotel, September t-1.
Bible later
the discussion and Tremendous gobbler with
; has
finally subsided tlt'DtIII'IIIld
) often visit who had been vltit- Florida captured a pinkish-
here called
Tb. call to prayer was given Jamea Mahaffev talked a whisk broom for belrdrolnf' I
a Some of
ui down here thought
'
white the Gulf
during the appointed houri. tag; her deter Mr. Harry Wood porpoise off
by Lola Carter chair
.
Christian Education
prayer
charging from across the "
1\e might come down with themInce
I Jacksonville Beach. Coast of Taylor County F.b.I.
man.An Circle 3 of which Mr*. field moves up directly behind we were exposed. The at Mr. and Mr*. A. W. Flak The unuaual porpoise '* tilt
enlightening program on Mahaffey I* chairman, the hem, Can't shoot without office girl wn out a week.
I- Birth "Our Jewish Neighbor wu the home of Mrs Lanier :L sec pol risking kill of a bra. Trigger Dot 11.11 tells me they look bed u weekend ruNt, Mm alive and doing well.
: presented In conversation form ardson Emily Porter of Apalachlrola.Mr .
Mr. and Mr with Mri. G. C. finger itches Gobbler after real sharp in their new unl-
Dentver Hutch- between three neighbor, one hostess. There 17 *. Fred Rower welted Mr.
co were five minutes of vain flirtation forma at the Cltitena Bank &
eon neon, William announce the birth of a being Jewish. Thoee participating ent. Mr*. W. H. Fort wan The Sawano Club Women's with the hens, tnirni on heel and Trust Company Will have to and Mrs. S. E. Sony :'n Jacksonville INSECTICIDESSOIL
1f' Gadiden Hampton at the in the program were moderator and the Championship Tournament will charge off In exactly tarn direction meander over during the weekend and
County Hospital on Elizabeth Weatherly, Mary talked on the monthly begin on Monday, April 20th. he had come. Hens A bundle of energy U Hattie was 'OmpMtwod home by hits.F FUMIGANTS
.," .Sunday Vt March. 29. He weighed Stephen, Peggy Mason, and The president visited the It will not be Decenary to playa ratter No shot Ten minutes Kate Dudley of the Havana L. Rowan, Jr., of Roma N.
: pounds.The Alice Wolf.Wesleyan. cle. qualifying round. Entry may later, tingle hen tanUlli me lerald. For a while the was Y. who had been visiting her WEED KILLERS
baby'i maternal grand- Circle Four, Mr. Sam be nude telephoning, Mr.' aa first one did. Trigger tinier dashing around getting the ads parents, Mr. and Mra. Bury
,,4 parents are Mr. and Mrt W. C. Guild chairman, met at the Bob \\lnd at the club and giving itches I yelp some more. Four writing up the newt, doing the loin, Henry Faulk .... reMirnd .
"
Jacob, of Qulncy .nd the paternal Mn, T. M Cumbl him an average acore. Call more hem enter field from bookkeeping and then she played from a visit In Lake City
'a. grandparent are Mr member present. him now, today to we will stage left, and cross within the organ at her church every with her airier hi law, Mrs SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
and Mn. H. G, ltutchlnson, Has MeetingThe Mr. E. D. Davl was have more contestant and morel thirty fort of me. I wait for Sunday WUl have to get Wofford .Irr''=.
also of Qulncy. moderator and Mn. match, and more unl gobbler who must be somewhere her recipe Mr, and Arthur Fled
Wesleyan Service Guildof talked on the monthly Jean Taylor, Telen Taylor behind them. lie never Well b>'e-bye for this week! have returned to their home In
Centenary Methodist Church Circle Five of which and Lucille Shelter are k'.v.1 show Three more hen tubsequenllv Come back to see me. IMrtot MM.I following a visit
met April 6, 1964 at 8 p.m. In Huston Roger la chairman ing on Saturday to play In pain me by In the her with their eon and Utigh- Sales & ServiceInc.
READY MIX the Church Parlor with 20 with Mn. R. D. the state tournament which will same Infuriating manner Trigger ter-ln-law, Mr and M.... Arthur
member present. Mr*. ]. J. with 8 present Mn. begin Monday, April 13th at finger Hence I finally Pixel and family.
CONCRETECONCRETE Rowan presided. led the Bible discussion Port St. Lucle. 1 move down Into the swamp Romului Brinkley, Jr., RJ .
Mn. Albert Flake reportedon lire, Horace Ourry The Glen Amen Club at from which they' appear to have S.N, Charkteton: 8. C. who he
Guild Weekend held In Leei- Higher Christian .: Thomasvllle it having a cue 1 romr un Get behind some been serving on IVatroyer USS Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101
burg. March 13, 14 and 15. Circle 8, the business day tournament on Tuesday, good brush screening and begin Ilord lon In Guaniannma, Key
Officer for the year 19646S Mr*. Fred Nordhaua Jr.. May Sth. The starting time ii to yelp. Hear able gobblerdue Went and Jamaria since Jan
were elected They are Mrs.J. man, met with Mr. J. 9 and entries mull be made b>' north; hear him break 28 on Area Tat to Mtnuven lavMUrg QUINCY, FLORIDA'Elect

J. Rowan president; Mri Adam with 10 In May 3rd. grush almost due went; hear r, r'I I his parents, having
Haynes Thompson, vice president Monday night at 8 o'clock. him yelp to the south; hear the arrivett by plane Friday. When
: ; Mr. fat lllgdon Jr.,' Anthony J. Wheat led the crackle of brush and two putt
BLOCK secretary and Mr. A 1>. Macon,' discussion and Mr*. Fred right behind me. lie are me
treasurer I haUl talked on the first and la gone Back home
The devotional wn lIven by o fine month.Luncheon. and to the office by nine AM
I Mn. R. B. Lester, Sr, The third, Trigger finger Itches Congratulation .
lesson from the book The: Chrlstlan -1 to Mr and MnJame 4-H Club : WILLIAM A.
Family and lit Money by Ray Auman on the birthof !
Oakland Concrete David M. News Views "Bill"SUMMERFORD
Oraybeal was presented a ale pound rlt'YC'Iounre
Products by Miss Allli Ferguson For Visitor s boy Au, man what a child' : ..
Company b "0"
Hostesses for the occasion It wit my pleasure last norm: .-11 ? ,
_; Allen BotUck and were Mr. C. 1. Stwell Miss Mr. Arthur Corry and I week to have nartlrlpted In the l'U'B MEETS! e '
< John Thomson Inei Payne and Mn. Pate daughter Mrs Lamar judging of the speech( contest At 4 3D p:.m. on January: : 25, 1 .., \ TAX COLLECTOR
: ,
lot called the
Woodbery
Spears All of who eynean
ui Judged were Im-
I Phont MAta TIOH Jr ful entertained luncheon Friday with I at pressed with the quality of Double "G" 411 Club meet- GADSDEN COUNTY

If you want to get rich learn home of the former In both speeches and .1-.k..l. log to order The club met In ,
how not to spend. of Mr*. Leo Bait of Girl Scout Only three could win, but the the home of Mrs W, T, Saber, -----" 1 Pledge Year Round
The minutes were read by
-- choice did not ,
come Th
N. J. Aieleaa and Easter easily .
-I 'eynean and the county coun- Service and Courtesy to
point rang on .eleven
con-
In
Interest
were at point NewsTroop
NOW AVAILABLE atBILL'S living room.Centering. INtlntl wi very clone cll report given by Allen Smith, oil the People of Cade-
the The Vestry meet next Tuesday council delegate. den County"
dining 148 met at The club didn't have I demonstration \ \
Monday evening to further ;
BAIT & was an epergne of white, consider I
TACKLE ii
Church. We Hit 1 Instead held "\
and yellow Iris Presbyterian the renovation' and remodeling Your Volt and Support
the meeting with onm program that has dlacuitlon about garment UM "
with tplrea. 1 Will\ Be
MOTOR REPAIRS & PARTS I Following lunch, bridge then divided Into patrol been projected by our enter- member wen making for DrewHevue : Ai Appreciated

canasta were played.I 1 patrul meeting we prac prlilng and ambitious Junior and 4-11 Camp, ,. Paid Political Adv.
H. Routon won high our first aid. The meet and Senior Warden. A few of Audrey Humphrey,
EVINRUDE MOTORS & BOATS among the bridge players, ing wai closed with a flag cer the minor Item have alre.dy reporter
,
was awarded a novelty. emony.Jean been taken ran of. It la hard
Munroe, 10 believe that I
have
o Batt was high tcore already
,
player and received a PI"I. Troop Scribe hen here long enough to seethe
'' YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT NEEDS note paper, I properties\ In need of modernization PcrJOlla h He can help you plana
Sixteen guest enjoyed Mrs. Otho Edwards and rf redecoration but
CAN ALL BE FILLED ATBILL'S lovely party, ; then I look In the mirror and
I Hostess At Bridge
The honoree was discover that It Isn't to hard future
hire L. D. Hair and daujhter secure
BAIT & TACKLE SHOPQUINCY'S : box of Yardley't Soap at a Mr*. Otho Fxlwsrd. was ho- to understand after all Mri, Carl Npooner, Jr. and
mento of the occasion.Hospital ----
tu toh.* Tuesday afternoon daughter Us and Mile D ro* r
FISHERMEN'S HEADQUARTERS I I.l bridge club at her home on Race Funds Are thy lain are visiting Mr*. K you're looking ahead lo retirementcall
Rosewood this week. Spring Ulre'i daughter Mr*. Charles The Mm from Equllablt 11.11show \

'* in shades of pink with Being MailedState jHiler and husband In Daytona, you how an Equitable annuity can
azaleas predominating were In Pr and Mr*. Jack Vrt... and give you a regular Income every month
March 11 April 8 the living and dining room five children of White Water, -without fail-or as long a* you live.It's .
Winner of hlg score, Mn Comptroller Hay E. Wit. have returned home fol.
Admissions.Miss. Mercer Bishop, wee awarded a I Green add Monday chock for lowing a visit with Ala parents I safe worry-free !Investment with a
Ann Mr
Chandler bottle of hand lotion Holderof 45,000< from the rare track Mr. end ) ". Jack 1) Vrl.... aub.tantialpcxtion of the Income exempt .
.l Ann Mr. Abney Bertha, Joseph Yates Mra.B. second high, Mr*. Henry tax fund are bring mailed tceach Mrs Fred Rowan baa returned from Federal Income Tax Find
Paynter, Mn Carolyn Faulk, received stationery Dingo of the 67 counties" an Is.crease from a visit In Uallaa, Texas out why more people hare corns IoP.qultablefarannultieethan
of 13,000 over the same with her daughter Linda.
Mr*. Sortie Nordhaui, winner Mrt. Lanier Richard- month last / to any other
year. .
sr ''e Dell H. was given a art of score Mr. and Mn Edwin Baur, ,
r + Porch, Mr* padt. The Comptroller laid the 1 iTr*. W. 1L Baur and Mn, eomr.ny.C.IIT'ht Man from Equitable
Mn. Margaret Newcomb, Following three progressionsth total paid to eounllea to dale .Frank Chamberlain have return' 1
Darthulah Mn.
Reese it- for tie current fiscal year Is ed from New Orleans ,
honteue armed an
Stuart Auman, Malcolm ) II78, llns, Columbus F. Neel, Jr.. party plate. Iced drink of 119,000 over the Brinkley FRED B. HODGES JR.
aocE Emma Evelyn King and passed during the game tail aarne period pent the weekend In Enter, ,
year. >rt", Ala, with UI.I11I In
lone Scott, Quincy, James
law and daughter Mr. and PHONE
i i r jamin Lewis and Mn. Bridge Club Meets Gordon lioyle and two Mrs 627-7308
suns
eaa be Cate t.' Wv.rn.. t. e.a. e aes Lolley DIllon, and Havana Jerry; Mn.final, Mrs. Fred L May Delbert DaVlew ef CU, City I P. O. Box 83 Quincy. Florida

ford Melvin MoCa/1, b 1 nd, vWted hi* eounlna. M,. and
hoochee Kleetie Mr*. Fred L. May was hostess Mrt. Eugene Kmlnclk for a f.wde.y.
; the Tuesday morning dupli
AROUND at their home on Like EQUITABLE
Grandrldge; Mn Julia THE
bridge club this week tt
Bristol and L. M. Sober, Tsiquls. Mr. DeVUw was on
YOUR COMPLETE home. Colorful garden
boro. The a hutlne* trip to M iMn&. UPI AMUIUNCI tOCIITY OP THI UNITED STATII
of Inter-
were at polnta
Mr. and Mr. Norman WaWiIr
111juto BIRTHS: Mr. and Mr. Sandwiches tiny biscuit their Home Offices: 1215 Avenue o< the Americas, New York l',N.Y
SQUAREs aceompatned by deugfct
Yin Abney, girl March 11; and cake -
sausage, dip
end _.cn.law Mr and
LAWN MOWER and Mn Johnnie Lolly, served with coffee and ,
March 11 and Mr. and -Colaa. Prize were bow sabe. Mn. I'Mlip/ Morgan and ehl...- .

Jimmy Auman boy, April note paper.

tbs family Stan Winner were Mn Lee K.

CENTER HINTS TO first and Mr place*. W., Mrs.D. bell Jack!, WALGREEN ONE CENT SALEMASSEY

o.Dlt3RRIDING and Mr*. E. 11. We have just learned of an
and Mr*. J. Fisher Wll- editor who started from nothing .
lam* and Mr*. K. H. Strkkand 20 years ago and recently
I J>y Marjorie .. third. retired with a comfortable fortune DRUGS
MOWERS from $114.94OUR of I O.OOO. lie said it was
Home DemenitraUen
Mrs. Strickland acquired through the death of
VIES OF COfflE CANS
an uncle who left him I49.BBO
REGULAR WITH PLASTIC TOPS Hostess at Bridge! Get to tickled evtrytlm 1see QUINCY AND CHATTAHOOCHEE
The new coffee cant Pat Thomas tailing down
LAWN MOWERS egin al $36.66 plastic eowrt are being Mn. R H. Strkkland enter the street in that Model "A' THURSDAY. APRIL 9TH THRU SATURDAY, APRIL 18mMEN'S
1
by homemaken for a her Wednesday after Ford. It reminds me of one we
of purpoee However, bridge club at her home used to have years and year
:
honvmaker :: ,. of iialeaa, aplr**
Enjoy Easy, Efficient Power Mowing With are asking ago our wa dark green
demonatration agents b i other spring flowers war and had 111 green and white and LADIES'SUN
A Rilioblt, Bucfgif-Prictd Wizard MowsrlTHRIFTY thte* containers -may be the entrance, living and din- striped awnings, 'Member how
ly wed a* container for rooms. The mode room awkward It we to "p up on GLASSES 99c
big food.. I ..* highlighted by Irtl and the running board and then
22" Alter tome research the after one got in what a chore REGULAR SU3 VALUE
lowing was learned I Mr*. Frank Smith who woohigh It was to get the car started I +
DELUXE MOWER cat The coffee can are score, wa awarded. linen II was always such fun to chug MEN'S and LADIES'
of tteel with low Mr*. in at
electrolytic cover. Udder of a service station, get the
plating. The amount of II. M Divldson a guest attendant to lift out the front BILL FOLDS 99t
used l II the usual weight the club, received a hand eat and then nwaeure the ,:. .
this type of purpoa and lace handkerchief. amount of gaa In the tank und
T cane have no sports At conclusion of three pro .r the seat with a yard stick GIANT FIVE CELLFLASHLIGHT
(b) The can am safe to ...aooa the hottest served a Thsl alga! have been a Model
for freetlng food. plate with punch. ".."I The most fun though and BATTERIES 99cBLACK

n With the basic was listening to my grandfather
packaging food for fr Mrs. Bob Lester Jr. er he tried to crank the
In mind we offer the nr.
Miggotlon ,' Hostess at Bridge : AND WHITE TUSSYDEODORANT

I. Do not we the etna
K'w storing or freeHnti food ...... Bob Letter Jr. enter. SEPTIC TANK FILM
.
a very high ilK content hind her bridge club Wedaeedty.
U, lilt ptcUea or : Mixed spring flower SERVICEVACUUM '
.. Rolls 79c / Price Sale 50c
When ualng the can .* at focal point Preceding 3
freedng food for which game the swred a tfetwrt
tag edrp.se enamel-Uned can II eoflee.MM. 120 620 627 Slick Roll On Cream
ed, seal the food first Uoton Munroe wo
> plaatie freetlng begs and score and Mn. frank

Vigorous 2Vi HP. tcvcl the can ..merely at a Morgan, Jr, low both receiv "'tJ TOOTH BRUSHES MDfStsL.tDItS'Z
Tevnmteb etiyiae-qaickreootl container .. prevent the _1tJH.
being ton or the food
Turbo-Arch
ttmrrer. cnuhed.For The eonsmittv buainraj
blade lifts rrajt for smooch $49 88 ( the ISM of rigid It often en* who made I hi* for 50c 'WATCHESREGULAR
faniog. I wheels-/oar er in freezing pleas see on gamble.
.
cutting beiiht 14 f*, Meldeck $8.88

I TIME TO WE HAVE PAUtn CHAWEDB : > 69c

Wrnr' ........0... Over I/M04M rteifASSOCUTZaTTOftZ e Dnee fatal '
rteaiMag Fulsome WALGREEN SMOIER'STooth
C...lete ..... el I 6274403NVjhi. I

If e Afeea.elleJBf Ahmlaea Material l.efbtfCatvaaJatd Pasle 2 Tubes 70c

e ...,lal k $U1* I274MI
e Heeaewarea k Can
e Cant A.**aM sUeflMCeM QUINCYVAULT
lead Mwelreek ICE CREAMBuy
REMODEL .*. Cr*... freeecuHfOTttec CO.
fan*) lefftlea

1 East Jefferson Street BUILD flee .=. Otke* I*** VAULTS MOrTOKDTTSQUDfCT 1 Pint Got Another For le

QUINCY FLORIDA BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. MJJJf1.tNE DUYL Plus Hundreds ol Other Items

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: lUX OADSDW COUNTY TTMM.> QUINCY!-fLORIDA THDSSDAT, APRIL 0, 1M4
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The dining table, which was Mrs. McCall Hostess
Wedding Plans covered by a white linen cut- Club
centered by I To Tally Bridge
work cloth WM
WOMEN'S PAGE 16 r. 3r Of Miss Elkins branched silver candelabra decorated Mr*. Francis McCatl: wu hoe.
with pink crabapple let to the Tally Bridge Club
I bloom and pink atalet ao- Wednesday. Colorful garden
The wedding of Miss Carolyn
centd with three deep rOIl flower were at Interest point
Elkln and Shiver will
Persona boring Item ot social: nature are urged to call take place at Loyd 7;30 Thursdayevening camellias at focal point On Preceding the. game she lined
ratnt
refresh
end the silver punch
one wa
Mr. MOT S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 { April 18 In the Thomas
Memorial Baptist Church, bowl and on the other, diver Mr*. C. H. Gray was high
tray of decorated cake squares, score winner on this ooctalon.
4 Mia Elkln I* the daughterof silver of nut and
.y compotes Guests playing with the club
Mr. and Mr*. John Robert mint Mr. Hiety Cook poured. Fletcher
were Mr* Howard ,
bridal wreath Intermingled with llolman of Quincy and ThoElkins mas Mr*. Fred Moon had charger Mri. Phil McMullen and MM.
decorated the rail.
altar
Ivy of Havana. Mr. Shiver
bridal
several! amusing context .
While. mum and Ivy were on la the ton of Mr. and >>41'.. *. Jack McMillan.Miss
the piano. James J. Shiver of Havana.
The gift were under I white
Motella Vincent, student -
Howard Sheller
Mix Mary The reception following the satin umbrella which featured
.. at Weileyan College, spent
traditional
played wedding muic.
wedding will be at the church bridal motif. .
1 Mill Donna Dlcklneon sang, All friend and relative are a the. __weekend___ 0 here.Mason____
Whither Thou Ooest" and at Invited. Among the 28 guests were
the close of the ceremony, "The $ Mr*. F. G. Klltrell mother of
Lord'. Prayer. I \r the bride elect, and sister of Music
Ushers were Clark Moody ; Shower For the groom to be, Mist Patricia
brother of the bride and Charles Ann Johanten, COMPANY

R. Betta. i Miss Kittrell 14 C. Washington Street
The groom had for hit bent
man, his brother, James 11 r i Birth AnnouncementDr. PIANOS ORGANS
Monk. Mia' Ifs Sue Klttnril, bride
Mary Jean Moody ab elect of Nay 1 was the Inspiration and Mr*. John L Wilson Band Instrumentsand
terM:; the bride was maid of' for a beautiful mlnrellaneou of North Highland, Calif, announce
honor and Mr*. Rial Hurling shower given by Mr. Otto the birth of daughter Accessories
:
at Tallahassee, fL Dalton and Mr. Millard Chestnut March 28. She bas been nammiRebecca
at the home Horn Ph. MA-7.6705
Tbey wore Identical dresses of the former, Lynn Their grandparents
of emerald April 2nd at 8 p.m, Pink crabapple art Mr. and Mri. T, M.
green featuring un- blossoms and Opel Mon.. Tue. Ned M.
pleated skirts and fitted waltU azalea* were Cumble and Mr. and Mr* Louli
The neckline plunged In the featured In the living room dec- Wilson of Quincy. Th couple 4 to g p.m. AU Pay 8atTRIED

lay back and had ties of self material. oratlona.- - has another daughter, Ann.
They carried nosegays
of yellow muma outlined with :
f warlUed heart and green net,
tied with yellow satin ribbon
The bride who entered the
church on the arm ot her father .
was lovely In a abort aeafoam
preen taffeta with fitted bodice Miss M Eugenia Clark I
and over skirt of lace which
was very fuU. Her shoes were Mr.and Mr,. Edgar EUgene Clark of Quincy announce the
of matching aaUn. She carried engagement of their daughter, Margaret Eugenia, to I
i bouquet of orchid with purple David Edward Smith, con of Mr. and Mr. Hebdin Leslie

md ribbon.throats outlined with net of Battle Crttk Mich. Miss Clark, a gradual of Quincy

Her shoulder length High School, received her degree In education from Florida -I TESTED
wafoam green tulle !nu.i: State University. She U now teaching at Surfaide Elementary

from a bandeau of pearl*. Mrs.Moody .1 School at Cape Canaveral Mr. Smith a graduate -

re's chose for her daught of the School of Engineering Michigan State Univer- ,
wedding a light pink lace
over pink satin with matching city, U a propulsion engineer at Cape Kennedy. The
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Monk loceMorle Her corsage was wedding ha been planned for 230 Saturday afternoon.

an orchid. June 13 at the Pint Baptist Church. All blends and relatives -

I' Miss Montrose Moody Married The groom' mother wore I are Invited to attend.
navy blue accented with white, f.rJPROVED
md an orchid. Her accessories T.ll.h..1 :
attend from the
To Paul Monk On April 4th were matching. W.S.C.S. State will see District are: Mrs. Lyon B.
Following the ceremony the Crosby, Greensboro; Mr. O. V.
bride' parent entertained with McPherson, Qulncy! Mr*. W. P.
Miss UontroM Moody, daughter Bates performed the ceremony i reception In the church an Meet Is Set Woodbery, Havens; Mrs. Clyde
er. Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Moody igilnrt a background of a tun nex. Mr*. Letter Qatlln, the Dempsey, Live Oak; Mr*:Thomas -I Each year I have tried to
end Paul Monk IOn of Mrsshenry brides cousin greeted guests Owens, Chattahoochee; Mr.'
Monk and the late Mr. bunt arrangement of whit and directed them to the receiving For Orlando E. V. Fisher, Mrs .D. Aubrey
I Honk were united in marriage, mum and fern In a brave line which was composed Mora, and Mr*. Victor B. Johnson I make my service to the

Saturday evening, April Jet it container flanked by brass candelabra of the couple' parents, from all of Tallahassee
o 7 to o'clock at Hoppwell holding seven lighted the bride and groom and attendant Methodist women
od* Church. The Rev O. W. candles. Magnolia foliage and *. throughout the state will meetIn county taxpayers better.
:- 0 The bride' table which wa 245th Orlando annual, April meeting 7 D for of the thtchurch' Miss Doss Tells r

covered by t pink linen band a
drawn cloth bad the three tiered Christian* Woman'Service of Society the Florida of- Wedding Plans This Is My Record j
wedding cake, of white decorated Conference.
with cluster of of Mis Jo Ann
pink
ll expectedto The wedding
Madam Our Box Storage row and encircled by a ruffle Total exceed attendance 1.500, Including conference DOM and Paul Mix Jenkins,
: of tulle. On the other end officer and delegate Jr. ot Tallahassee will be an
of the table wa an arrangementof event of Saturday, April 11th
and affiliated
Does it Best aprlng flower flanked by of 511 church Wesleyan ocletle Service Guild- it 5 p m. it Centenary Methodist FROM THE LAST STATE AUDIT DATED JUNE 11, 1963
-a branched candelabra holding Church, The Rev. E. Nash
taper The bride' bouquet Unit Sessions will be held .t First Philpot will perform tile cere AH collection of record were accounted for.
completed tht decor ot this Methodist Church with "He mony. Mr. R. R. Klncald will Records were well kept
table. The cake was rut by be organist and. Lou S. Milt,
Mr*. Charles Ifetta, sister of Command We Obey" a* the soloist Occupational llctnie and tangible property taxes appeared: to have
the groom Md Mr*. C. W. program them The bride will be given In been dlllatnlly collected
.One of tilt itatt' large
Moody. marriage by her brother, Clayton Annual of
women'* organiiatloni with reports receipt, expenses and net Income were promptly
Keeping the bride1 book on more than 47,000 member, the Doss. She will have for'bermaid filed and correct
a table covered by I white cutwork of honor, Mia Terri Rob-
WSCS! la affiliated with theWoman' A balanced cashbook was keptRecords
ertton and matron ot honor will
cloth was Mr. W. Jones
Division of the Methodlrt -
of Tallahaiae Board* of MUalona. It be Mr*. R. L. McLendon, Jr were accurate and conveniently flltd.
of Cocoa Beach, Florida Brides Tax rolls
cloitd.Total
The punch table was covered help support the church' missionary were properly .
by handsome lace matron will be Mr. William amount collected In this audit
I and linen program at home and period was S2J47.319.43.
embroidered cloth. On etch In 40 other countries.Mrs. M.i ':rlth.nr Miss Beth Barnett -
end was placed I cut glass David R. Thurman, Miml OUR OFFICE RULE IS THE GOLDEN RULE TO ONE AND ALL
7 punch bowl. The centerpiece 1* president of the florid Daniel Kenny of Hammond,
wit formed by a branched Conference VVSCS. Other general Louisiana will serve a* best
brass candelabra decorated with officer are Mr. C. l>ur- man Groomsmen will be William
yellow mum and fern. PourIng ward Johnson, Quincy vie M. Smith and John Richard
were Mr*. Carl Sumner, president; Mr Karl Stoneburn- Johnson, Quincy, Anthony REELECTCLINTON
: shire of the bride, Mrs. Marilyn er, Stuart, recording secretary, Mixon, Tallahaaaee and WUlIam
Purvt Revels' and Ml** and Mr. L. F. Shore, Jarkton McLellin, Peneacola.
Miry r': 'lnoXmlnth. nile, treasurer New officer No Invitations are being tent
Girls were are due to be elected for two- locally. All friend and relative
Cheryl Gttlln, cousin of.the year term art Invited to attend the
bride and Monty Sumner, nlArtQlrla Guest speakers will Include wedding and reception which
serving were Elaine Bishop Jame W. Henley of follow at Fellowship HAil.
Oatlln, Dianne Oatlln and who
Jacksonville, administer
W* glee a special kind of care tl) your winter Brenda Gttlln, cousins of the Methodist work In Florida and Informal Coffee For

things first,wt flat them thoroughly fresh and bride Cuba; Mia Maryrutn Nickel, Mrs. Haydon Bums .BASSETT
When the couple left on their a former tntutooary to India
clean with our Ssnlton dryclttnlng process.Nut An informal coffee for Mr*.
wedding trip Mr*. Monk was and now I field worker for the
we check every Item, replace mining i wearing two piece beige suit Methodist Board of Mlaalon; Haydon Bum, wife of Mayor
make with matching accessories and the flev. George A. Foster, pat- Haydon Burns of Jacksonville
button, minor repairs.Then an orchid from her bouqu.t.Shower tor of the Paljna Cell Methodist and) Candidate for Governorwill

w* store thtntou( off out way.,sale, Church In Tampa and the be given by Mi*. Dewey COUNTY TAX COLLECTORPaid
Rev E. J. Pendeurtu, heel Johnson at the Jefferson House
: tlutt-lrtt and mothproof Wt return thm when Given pastor, who I* chairman of the Friday morning, April Ifen Political
them the want thtmtch Florida Conference Methodist from 9 until 10 o'clock. Advertisement
.. you wfnt way you For
Miss Jensen Board of Mlaalon All ladle In the area are
garment fresh and smart a* n.w, ctrtfullyprtiiid Officer and delegate who Invtted to attend.

end ready to weal Meanwhile,you can Mr*. J. c. Gilbert and Mr ___uu.........................ss..:......

enjoy| thai titra closet pct. Aid about our i Jantttt a mtarelltneoua Htwctt ,entertainedwith shower for !

I.Storage flan, todtfl i Mia Barbara Jensen bride \r..OM"E"RiiL: L S
I elect of April Itth at the home
of the former, The dining table
\ WE OFFER which was covered by white
outwork cloth wu centered by
s beautiful arrangement of s WE NOW HAVE
\ whltt Iris and dogwood. On
The Finest
: Refrigerated on* end was tile punch bowl Z
and on the other tray of cake
and compote of nut. ARROW BLOUSES
STORAGE VAULTFOR Whit wisteria. and dogwood LADY
were effectively arranged .t
point of Interest In the liv }
log room. ? TO MIX OR MATCH WITH OUR
The honoree wu presented .

i FURS and WOOLENSIn gift shower*. of beeuUful and useful I BOBBIE BROOKS and QUEENS 1; .

;3' i{ f What
Mr. Robert Taylor of Lak. t you

The Entire Big Bend I land vlalt will with arrive her tomorrow mother Mr for. i SPORTSWEARLeonard I \ don't know about

Mark Monroe Jr. and her hue- 1

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NVDistrict bank bec.useIfhen they need extra money, they take advantage -

i of our quick, Ice-cost loans !Instead of dipping

for Into Savings. Q The point is when you do an your banking

s here in our bank, which is convenient and timesaving we can help you

11 because we know you better both personally and financially. Why not try

CountyCommissioner On Stop Banking soon?Q One of the many services at our Fun Service Bank.


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Persons boring Kerns ol social nature era urged to call STORE

Mrs May S. Richardson at MAla 7-9503 .

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r A GIGANTIC $40,000 STOCKUNLOADING

I roe, whose msrrlig will be an
event of this month. MUe i _
spring flowers were effecUvtsl
!arranged In the party rooma.I .
r I The dlnlnl table, which WM SALE
1 covered by an Imported Ivor
outwork cloth with embroiders
k In darker shade, was centered
by an sll white arrangement
I Blue and yellow Iris were atone
point of interest In the U*
'flH

Ing another Caladiums room, and and pink greenery ualras highlighted al. COFFEE CUPS 4c, EACH

the fen
Among the 14 guests were
parents of the couple, Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Hlnaon and Mr*. BOYS' SHORT SLEEVESPORT
Mark Munroe Jr. Out of towngueits
were Mr sod Mrs,Alexander
Johnson and Mia Carol SHIRTS 65c
T Bovter of Tallah_. '
Robert Maxwell son of Mr.
and Mrs. T L, Maxwell student -
st Valdoals Stats College
and Miss Moiell Vincent, student
st Wesleyan, twitted In OUR ENTIRE STOCKLADIES
entertaining

Luncheon For DRESSES REDUCED!

Miss Mary Carol Bledsoe
Miss MunroeMill
Dr and Mrs. Leroy Chandler Bledsoe,Cullman. Alabama.
Tee Munroe, whose marriage announce the engaamnt of their daughter Miss Mary
to Wilson lIUiKin will be Carol Bledsoe) to Alexander Clayton Cocke Jr. o( New
BATH
an event of this month, was the
s honor at a beautiful luncheonThursday Orleans, Louisiana The place May CLOTHS 8c EACH
Presbyterian
at the Jefferson 23rd in Cullman at the First Church. Miss
Hou *. Hostesses were Mr. J. Bledsoe attended Converse College and is a graduateof
M. Taylor, Mra Torre Taylor,
the University oi Alabama where she was a member
John
Mrs Ken Markham Mrs
U Taylor and Mrs. Manning of Kappa Delta SororIty She also attended Tulane University BIG THIRSTY I
Taylor Th* table decorations graduate school Her mother 1s the former Miss
Mill Paula Eugoada DenmarkMr. were In all white and very ef Betty Woodward of Quincy. Miss Bledsoe'i grandparents
fective. Centering the table st are Dr. and Mrs. George William Bledsoe oi Cullman, Bath Towels 3 for $100MOST
and Mrs. Edward Denmark announce the engagement which mother,the Mrs. bride Mark blooms elect, her Jr. Alabama and Mr. and Mrs. John William Woodward of
of their daughter Miss Paula Eugonda Denmark of
Mrs. Ned Hlnsao, mother of the Quincy. Mr. Cock Is a graduate of Jesuit High School
Perry to Ronnie T. T. Phillips, ion of Mr. and Mrs. K. V. groom to be grandmothers, Tulane University and Tulane Law School. H. is a member
Phillips of Quincy. Mr. Phillips is a graduate of Havana Mrs. Lee R. Munroe and Mrs.Pat oi Delta Tau Delta Fraternity and Phi Delta Phi Legal
High School and is now engaged In Wtnn.Dlxle Training Munroe and Mrs. GeorgeW. EVERYTHING STORE-WIDE
Course. He is working in Tallaha..... Wedding plans Munro were seated, was Fraternity. _
centered by a footed milk glass
will be announced at a later date. container holding white mums,, daY, Mr Billy Yon Peacock, -I
aaaleas and stock centered by Introduced MI. Bunny Fletcher,[First Baptist
an exquisite bride dolL who did s modern dance to the PRICE OR LESS!
Buffet Supper Spanning the l.naO01 the tune 01 "Alley Cst" Day WMS MeetsThe 1/2
other table, placed at Intervals,, Mrs Buck Taylor, program
y Given Here For were wbl" compote of mums chairman, presented Mr*. E. CLove Day W.M.S. of Tint Bay-
and 11I1.... These were flanked and Mrs. R. D. Wond- Uit Church held its regular
Engaged Couple by figurine of love bird.,, ward, Jr, who tallied on "lil- meeting Monday afternoon April
.. bride and grooms and euptds tory of Old Philadelphia (NOTHING HELD BACK)
Cupids and bride and groom Church" They made Intereet- 6.Mrs.
E. C. Srhoftold. president -
Mr. and Mrs Thomas U Mai-
,figurines surrounded th* arrangements
Inf and Informative talks which builnM
presided during
:i' well, Dr. and Mrs J. M. Grlffln on the main table were well received milon. The mtlnf opened
and Mr. and Mrs W. Edward 'alao. Place cards featuredbandpaint.d Mrs. Gears Johnson was with singing of Trust GIRLS' COTTON
Woodward of Tallahaaace entertained bridal bouquets. chairman of hontrs commute I And CMwy' after :'h\h Mrs
with a buffet supper I The hosteues gave the honor and Mrs Fred Hodges, the food I W. T Crouch live the Call laPrsyer.
i Saturday night at the home of! ** a handsome Florentine ah commute ; Resdtne from the llh Dresses94EACH
the Maxwells In honor of WU- tray.Thirty Small arrangements of azaleas Chapter of Luke WM followed Spring c
son Hlnaon and Mia Tee Mun- guests were Invited were on the luncheon tablet 'with prayer by Mri Crouch. .
,I In this delightful J party. arid mixed spring lowers in Minutes of the March meeting .
the club room.Luncheon. were read by inntry,
Whether fuelis Garden Club Mr. Alton Towle Report
your 54 INCH ASSORTED PATTERNS
Given were given by various chilrnun -
and Circle Count WM Ukn. .
Board MeetsThe
oil or gas .
For Miss Munroe
Executive Board of the The program wts presentedby OIL CLOTHOUR 48c YARD
Ida Holloway Circle with
you cannot get a Quincy Garden Club met Tue- Mlm Tee Munroe, WHOM marriage Mrs. O. O Barnett In charge.
..rr3 day night at the home of Mr. to Wilson Illneon, wtU A drsmsUo presentation, entitled
Fred Nordhaua, Jr. with Mill I be an event of this month wat "Our Jewish Neighbors
better system than Evelyn McDonald, co-hostei*.. the honoree at a delightful! WM very interesting Membersof ENTIRE STOCK!
There was s good attendance. ,
luncheon Saturday! given by circle participating I won MUaUUlan
Th preildent, Min McDon. Mra Ben T. Bmllh at hr lIomt.I Smith, Mr* O. (X Bare
aid preaided. The meeting woo Ataleaa and bridal wreath were ett, Mrs. Carl Edwards Mrs. LADIES' MEN'S
opened with a short devotion I I at interest. points In the living T P. feeomk and Mrs. A. O ,
V' by Mr. Lanler RJchardaon wh o, room and den.Centering Maya. A table with Jewish religious REDUCED
then read the minute. the luncheon table ertlclts CHILDREN'S SHOES
and a chart with
1 !
Circle and conunWe chairmen wn s compote of pink ...1... suggestions as to bow wt ess
mad encouraging reports., and wild honeyeuckle. Cards be better neighbors to our J...
Mrs. Douglass Brooks chairman marking the place of the 19lueits ala friends, were wed at In-
of the Flower Show whkt: were of bridal design.
UrMt oentor The EACH
program Wit
foe stove front s let will be an event of Thursday, Tbs hnalea gave the honor concluded wlUi prayer by Mrs REGULAR $198 COTTON
et Buckeye Model EOilfuedCurlniSyileM, the Kth of this month, dl oases, linen guest towli Mitt Mary M. D. W alk.r.
.d plans. Mrs. Jeff Davis,, Mlddleton' bride elect, was remembered
schedule chairman, reported on with s linen hot roll Mrs. Frank Whittle, Mrs $166
the progre being made with cover. Oertls Bstomso, Mrs. Ruth
plans for the artistic division Mrs Mark Munroe, Jr. and Ford and ...... Jack Coving
as well u the horticultural The Mr* Ned union mothers of ton spent Monday and Tuesday
Indies luncheon, which will lIP the engaged couple, were among In Mobile where they visited LLADIESSHOES
at the home of Mrs. J. Fisher the suede. Ballmgrsth Gardens and Asalls
Wllllsms we aim planned. Trail.
It was voted that th* Garden
Engaged Couple 50
Club become s member of the

Ruffed, rVUbls. off reel Glen Julia Park Association Honored Floor
Sunday Covering
Cattail or propane ... During the aortal hour y.>
Ideal for dark curs,cisr treatments were served
leaf sod burley typs.Crmrtnt. Miss Bars May Love entertained .: .selydlag reresln

Junior Woman's In with honor a small of Wilton dinner lUnaon Sunday island UswUw.Counter. ......

and Mil Tee Munroe, whoa, vt.Tt e.e. 2 DAYS ONLY! This Friday and SaturdayREGULAR
systems and Pets AveiliMs here
lucleri Club In Meeting marrlag will be an event of
this month. Mixed spring flowers
Top
Gas CorporationQuincy. The Junior Woman's CM I were effectively arranged
Hydro met Friday morning st tilt rlut I In the entrance and living room. 39c. 49o ALSO SHEETING
Azaleas and iris centered thelining Work
house with the president, Mr
Florida It U MrsBrsd table.GueNe I

read*the MLIt"d'minutes end the secretary tiseaseer ': Mia Munro wen, snd Mr.their Itlnena parents and, An tree* CLOTH SALE 17 yard

North Florida Gas Corporation Met Bill Rogers, mad I Mr. and Mrs Ned lUaaon, and
her Mn. Mark Munro Jr. Mr. Expert Installation
ISM devotional and Mrs. Carl Rude and Mr.
A.a wai I
112 East Washington Si given by Mrs.l Fred Moon, ol I and Mrs. Inglls Love, of Talla- 4.000 YARDS TO CHOOSE FROM
Ole Quincy Woman's dub haaeee.Th
Quincy. Florida Following routine bualneu. hmleae presented the SHELTERBLITCHNOTICE
Fine Art Chatrmaa for thi I couple a gift on this eoosslon. ) EACH
4beS REGULAR SUS (Imp _
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S Me-
NIGH )1 I Call spent the wke4 U Tampa 1,1 Dresses $298

with_relative" _n' 0" __ Ladies

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MEN'S. BOYS' REGULAR: $249
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FERTILIZERS SEALED BIDS Swim Trunks $100 EACHFOB

Azalea Camtllla Rot Food Bon Mal

Evergreen Food Potttaa Soil Pat Will be received by Mrs. W. G. Butler P O

Cow and SbMpMcmureCOMPLETE Box 828. Havana Florida 32333 on th. following PAIR
LINE OF THE ENTIRE FAMILY ALL OUR
described real estate

\ Lawn Garden Field Fertilizers. S 1/2 of S 1/2 Lot 1-9 on and accordingto SOCKS REDUCED 25c

FIELD SEED the original plat or map of the Town
J oi. Quincy. Florida except a 10 !t. alley

All Varieties Corn LLndity 77 Sorghum way on west end ihereoL

Chulas Cotton Velvet Beans Located at Comor of Jacksonand

Millet Kentucky Peanut -Wonder Cow PeasCip 191 Bean Franklin Streets 5 WHY PAY MORE


ACROSS FROM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
(I' GARDEN SEED -
.v d BIDS WILL BE OPENED AT SITE
LACES 2c
AU Varied. Bexms and Peas Cantaloupes OF PROPERTY AT 2:30 P.M. SHOE PAIRCOHEN'S
APRIL 14 19G4.
ON
Carrot Sweet Cora Cucumber Lettuce

Qt Okra Pepper Pumpkin Radishes Rape ALL BIDS SHALL BE FOR CASH.

Rutabaga Squash Watermelon THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REJECT
fl J GreeaSeexU ANY AND ALL BIDS.


QUINCY FEED MILLS INC MRS. W. G. BUTLERP. STHRIFTTORE

O. Box 82*

QUINCY DIAL MAIn 7-8287 FLORIDA HAVANA. FLORIDA THE YELLOW AND BLACK FRONT STORE Quincy. Fks.WOMEN'S .




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EIGHT CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES._ QUINCY FLORIDA. THURSDAY. APRIL 0. 1964I
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lor and Mrs. Elsie May Wahl. war
Junior-Senior Hick School Fat Cattle
Faculty Member
''I
Donald B. Barbee, Mr, Juan- tOUTSTANDING"Boy
Its IL Brandon, Mrs. Marietta (Continued from Page One) P _

Bricker Mrs H. Eloise
C. ,
day afternoon followed by the
I Chamberlain, Mrs. Carlotta W. t
,
finals In ihowmanthlp./
Kalrcloth Mrs. Bars H LamarMurray ,
I ,
A record crowd attended the
Sara
D. Langford Mrs
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barbecue lad night at the Pa.
Rldle-
R. McKeown, C. Wendell
Award nude and
vilion. were
hoover, Mrs. Martha L. Wood-
ward, Mrs. Maldee M Barnett, lar 7 rI. those receiving scholarship
; were announced.
Carlos E. Deacon, Shepard M.
i Eubatiks, Mrs. Jeannette H A lively calf scramble ellmuxed -
the activities.
evening's
Fowler Miss Virginia R Greg
,
i f Grand Champion and Reserve
ory, Leslie F Jones, Mrs. Met
Champion steers will be selected
Clara M. -
MAD H. LaBarre, Mr*
this morning followed by the
Mason, James H. Ollvent, GuyA.
I.h I.. sale of all the
Race, Mrs. Lens M. Rhoades, steer beginning
at 10 o'clock.Kea e
Wllvs C.
Bill T. Rogers, Mrs.
.
Rogers, Mrs. Helen H. Smith, ---- .-- ...... .-- Husbandman Durrance, Extension Universityof Annul
Mid Sara M. Stewart, Mra t
Melba G. Strong, George T. AUTOMATIC PITCHING MACHINE Donated to the Florida, and John Wheelerof
Frosty Morn in Montgomery,,
Vaughn Mrs. Ruby H. Wolf,
Mrs. Ivan, S. Woodbery, Mri Quincy High School Athletic Department and Quincy Ala, were Judge of the ani

Evelyn J. Batson and Charles Recreation Department for their respective baseball programs mals. W. J. PUtt, District

A. Burna.CARTER.. by the Quincy Junior Chamber ol Commerce. The Agent, Agricultural Extenilon

PARRAMORE HIGH pitching machine may be adjusted to different heights and Service, University of Florida,
served a* judge of bowman-
Faculty SCHOOL Members speeds and though very versatile In Its uses, U will mainly and Girl of the> Month" are

r, Robert G. Bradwell, Pearlle be used to Improve the hitting ability of the players. In shlpMr.. Russell said the carlo Stewart Hlnson (deft!) and Alice Gay, seniors at Quincy

B. Curry Alton E. Farmer, Stella the foreground of the picture Is Bill Stegall left) and Gary entries (pen of 10) totaled 17; High School Certificates were presented to them by Carl

: M. Franklin, Jason P. Kirk- Edwards standing next to the automatic pitching machine total individual entries, 91; all E. Rude of the Quincy Exchange Club which sponsors
". land, Hyacinth B. O'Rourk, counties, 4-H individual, 39; (11
I vx and the members of the 1964 School Baseball
Quincy High Studio
Martin'
counties the Photo by
I J ;" William IL Wilson, Darnells F FFA Individual, 52; monthly project
II Andrew, Earlean L Barber Squad in the background. Photo by Martinmore ln-In-Welght contest,48; and I
I (County-Wide) Nehemlah Bowen 7' counties represented In all II I

Eva S, butler, Josephine Charlotte M. Price, Emma Library. Elmendorf Air Force Escambla, Clay, Jackson, Su- Food Study
I W. Carter, Vera F. Daniels, J. Purdee, Sallie M. Swatele, Base was hit worse than Fort wannee, Calhoun, Leon and fAIR PlAY
Raymond s Grant, Charleston Fannie M. Thompson, Leslie C. Richardson a* It was nearer thpw.ter. Gadsden. Classes Begin I

CAMP-O-TEL Reverting the usual order, this pretty, L. Holt, Alice P. Jackson, Washington, Irene P. Bell The Tumlgan residentialarea All winners will be announced I

tofu Is carrying a mobile camper Just to tell everyone Gladys J. Jones, Martha J. Let- Pauline Betsey, Hazel G. Hen wa one of the hardest hit next week In the Gadiden County On April 14
fall, Mildred T. Maxwell, Ella: ,derson, Theresa L. Sorey, There II It I* on s big bluff overlook- Times.
In Orlando April
about the Florida Industries Exposition H. Reed, Olivia J. Robinson, 'eatha E. WllUame and Willie tog the water. This is the rich- 4
1417. She li Pat Trlcquet., ol the Florida Development Ubert: L. Shepard, WUbert E. B. Wood. eat residential section: and many Are you Interested In baste A

Commission sponsor of the huge 4-day exhibition where Caldwell, John IL Daniels, Jr., :ST. JOHNS ELEMENTARY $100,000 homes fell with the nutrition information the which 1' x
nutritional -
Campx>TeL oi Quincy, maker of the mobile camper Joyce Y. Field, Robert L. SCHOOL bluff and are a mass of rubbledon't Orange-Black will help status you Improve of your family. a
Icggi Hetty Lou Moore J Members many -
and hundreds of other Florida Faculty Home 4
shown here In miniature, The Gadsden County zreKynes'
thousands ol diversified poll White, Bcisye B. Alexander Mattle M. Dickey, Bertha D. of homes were in tbl..rea. (Conitnnd from Pat One) Demonstration Office Is offering
manufacturers, will display Marilyn W, Anderson, bam flollomon, Josephine McCloud, Near here was our beauttful -
of nutrition lesion
products. A poster behind Exposition model proclaims W. BeUey, Jr., Carl... Bryant, Alms L. McFadden, Maggie T. five million dollar Anchorage Bord; Left Guard Hugh for a series home homemaker

Made For You In Florida by Floridians," theme of the Florence W. Caldwell, Carl L Ashley, Melvin V Barber, Jr." West High School 'hompson'; Center- Clayton young
show by the Development Commission to boost Daniels, Ruby G. Francis, Napoleon Jewel M Bennett, Selda H' which wa a total loss. Richard Iinney; Right Guard Hugh This eerie I I. to help you
designed B. Grlsby, Inei E. Holt, Davis, Robert Green, Irene C. goes to East High and itwasn't Nicholson; Right T.ckle.11m feed your family better and
production and sales of the state's manufacturing plantsto Dorothy L. James, Hazel W. Hlnson, Dorothy C. Jones, Willie damaged very much, ao Spooner; Right EndLamar with less trouble. There will
Increase jobs and prosperity on a state and community King, Benjamin F. McClary, M. Lloyd, Jessie R Palmer, that means double shifts forthe .lunroe; QBArthur Munroe; be one Illustrated clan of 1 tom r
level Ue1.ly. J. Ponder, Florence S, Ardell E. Payton, Gertrude G. high school children fromnow rB- Murray Stay; LH- hour in length on each of
Robinson, Eugene Scott, Pol- Robinson, Lillian M .Robinson, on. We also lost the $900- Wayne Chester and RH- Harold the following subject:
1- Ernestine L. Larkin, Mr*. Violet II. P. Slims, Alma G. Smith, Ruth M. Robinson bell S. 000 Government Hill Elemenry Clements.. 1. Eat to Live Better

11 School Board M. Richardson, Mrs Kathleen Mary A. Smith, Nathaniel F ROM, Sallie A. SITU, George A. School which was built on Orange Team: Left End- 2. Children Grow Right with
1 S Itowsn Mrs. San H Sumpter, Lottie S. Tucker, Lou- Williams, Virginia L. William, a bluff Just outride of the entrance Eddie Hall; Left Tackle Jacke Right Food outstanding sense
Shepard and Johnnie B. Toole. lae R. Washington, Willie Ruth Doris 8. Thompson, Wllhel- to Elmendorf and another Peacock; Left Guard- Berry I. Meal Planning Made Easy. of fair play Is one of the
(ConliniMd from File One) High School Faculty Members Williams, Bernlece C. Hunter, min C. Welter and Vivian M. Elementary School has Leslie; Center Kenneth Deaon 4. Food Selection and Buying most Important attributeshis
Loots B. Wlnbush, Luclle S. Wiggins. had structural damage, so we ; Right Guard Bonnell office calls for.
etructor, Qulney I Business Smith Roberta P. Stephens, will be doubling up, too. They Forehand; Right Tackle Craig 5. Principles of Food Preparation new
John L. Coggln: Jr.,1 Larry C. Bohannan, William .
School have transferred
; Took several hun-
Dorothy N. Morris McMillan
A. ; Right End- Thomas ORLANDO SENTINEL
H. Dkkson Rayn.ond L. Harris,
driver education Instructor, Ha- Tucker dred Eskimo children to ouracbool. 0 Food Fad and Fact
BeUye R. WlllUms, Alaska Havoc Parker-; QB- Hank Burnett
end Mrs. Mary A. Fletcher, Mrs ;
i Chnttahoochce Powell E. and *. FB Doyle The classes will meet on the
Thaodors I
Woodberry Forehand LH
Josephine J. Macon George B. ; -
Greensboro Public Schools, date April 14 21,
following : ,
.
Ne.ty.FRUNDSIIlP "Right .
Ned
now our school it Airport Davis and R1I Charles
Maram Junes D. Revell and
The following teachers hive ELEMENTARY (Continued from Pig One) Heights i* being used thouse a, La Barre. 29 and May 9, 12, 19, from a
Bernice M. Tool
Mrs
also been appointed for the SCHOOL 350 natives from Kodiak a Team Captains 930 am to 11:00: a.m. at the
llfl-lfHJ) ) school yearCIIATTAHOOCHEE IAVANA PUBLIC SCHOOLS Faculty Members run over 2,000, co there are so whose homes were all wished Canning Center In Quincy.

PUBLIC Elementary; Faculty Msmbers Willie Mae Harrington, Mattie many things about it that weaver away by the tidal wave there, There will be a baby sitting
SCHOOLS Mrs. Miriam H. Mitchell, F. White, Clara H. Bailey-, The house.lust shook Three of the families bl'Oullhllbe1r Baptist Prayer service at s very small fee. In
FaeulJy Member Irs. Carolyn A. Murphy Mri with of hundreds of aftermath make
Elementary Eva J. Brown, Fannie H. Cun- one I little dogallol1-"OO order to plan for claaeesand
Mrs. Ann M. Uutlor, Mr. Ruth T Phillips, 1L Earl I Ferrell : ningham llenri G. Guy Robert quakes that w. are experiencing I plane and they were running Retreat HeldThe baby sitting service call the

Vera et1l. Perry Mr*' Btti M Mr*. Eleanor N. Freeman, U Love, Cornelia A., Smith I, of course, hopped i around like mad trying to getwith Home Demonstration office,
Miry II. Cowen, Mri. Katherine M. Hyatt, Mr*. Sadl C. Stephens Joel up and waited to see If it would their owners and being 627-6442 by Friday, April 10.
Mr. Evelyn W. Curry, Mr, Patsy F. Poppell, Mini Rachael Willie L. Francis, sod Wright Iris be bad enough to go outdoors I kicked out of the school n fast Girls' Auxiliaries of the .
B. Gadsden -- ----- --- -- -" ---- -
Evelyn I* Franklin, Mrs. LeilaL. Sapplngton, Mrs. Fay R. Smith, Smoak. It wasn't We should be used I a. they got in. Kay Smith and Baptist Association ---- -
Griffin, Mrs. Edna .... Grubb, Mr*. Grace L. Ward, Mrs. fear MIDWAY ELEMENTARY to these, but each of them is :I got them and brought them met Saturday, April 4 at Centenary .
Mr*. Geraldine S. Jones, lieu- D. Wtatherly and Mrs. Ellu SCHOOL frightening, and no one U I home and have them In the' Camp for a "Prayer Re VOTE
ben II Neely, Mrs. Rebecca N. beth S. Williams. ashamed to admit It. Tha radio I arage. The families seemed treat"Ten
Habeas, Mr*. Martha E. Whld- Faculty Members announcers "Boy, churches were represented MAY 5
Illsk School Faculty Msm : very grateful, and I
guess w
' Leila I. Cooper, Jusnlta 8. yof.* : and all participated in the
don, Mr. Christine IL Ingrain bore did you feel that They would be too if that
J' Sneed, Putfi Young, Ola 8. was ill we activities of the day which f
,and Mr, Mabel S. Scott Miss Gay la Beauchamp, Mill still frighten me and I don't I bad left. con for
Ugh School Faculty Member Gaines, Elizabeth McCray, El- mind saying 10 silted of prayer, songs, specialmusic
; C. I Bert K.
c Virginia Grady
lie IL Smith, Agnes C. Snell- "The Explorer Scouts have and skit*.
I They that after a bidearthquake
lay
, Irackln, Mrs. Kdwinola J. Dan- Ings Martha I been used as runners and Richard Among thorn
J. Williams and present were J.NEALFAIRCLOTH
Miss Patricia J. Golden Mr*. where so much
into, Mrs. Jenci B. Lalng, Mrs Elizabeth L. has helped out on the 0 Mr. O, S. Bowen
Janice D. Rodgers, Corbln I W Jewel D. Poppell Clyde E'oppell : Dobbins. land has been moved, it takes : to Providence,
3 shift
Scott, Warren W, Barnett, Mr*. !, William C. Spear, Jr., SOUTIISIDE ELEMENTARY some time for It to settle back : every night. He wn Inlbe Associational GA director; Miss
Civil Defense Sara
SCHOOL Building and May Love Association
Theresa (I. DeVtne, Mr. Iona Fred Strings Mr, Jessie C. down, *o w* have these little ,
Faculty Members took message for Gov. Egan WMU president; Mr. W. T,
6 Xubanks, Chariot M. Griffin, settling quakes. At least, each
Truluck Mrs. Ronnie E.
Zelger -
Clarence U Bryant, Ethel M. and others is they came in Crouch, Association/ Prayer
.
Uroox Jones Joseph C time we hope that that ls what
and Orton E.
tea Aryils L. Parramore: Yearty. Jasper, Elnora B. Button. they are from the states He wanted to chairman, all of First Baptist 7 for.
GEORGE W. MUNKOE ELEMENTARY
Chattaboflcbee sod Greensboro George E.: Woods, Carrie W. work on the daytime labor Church, Qulncy.
SCHOOL Wright, Eddie: L. James, Hard "Now, I will try to give youa crews too, but didn't" The Rev. Guy Wade of Thomas
School Mr*. Julie IL I'lckron,
Faculty M.mbors little more detail about our SHERIFFOF
wick B. Walker Putay G. Don- Memorial Baptist Church served c.
Mr. Charlln* P. Scott and Mr*. Mill Martha 8. BarlneiuMr experiences Our school were '
as pastor for the
aldmm and Villa J. Trlbue. day and
Marilyn P. Campbell. *. Martha W. Downs, Mri closed for Good Friday Mir conducted s Bible lesson l
GREENSBORO PUBLIC Clara N. Holllngiwo-th, Mrs. NOHTHSIDK HIGH SCHOOL wu In the hug ten story 5040th Munroe. SeeksContinued loci with a Dedication Service.per Y. GADSDEN

"; CHOOLAfjMnenUry Claries I. VuiLandlogham, Faculty Members Air Force Hospital being treated The Rev. Bill Bricker of First COUNTY
; Faculty Mem Miss Sandra L. Skeenes, Mrs Douglas J. Black, Albert R for a kidney Infection. 1 Baptist, Quincy
ben C. ManeU Langford, Mrs EdnaS. Boule, Carrie C.Itrrb Johnny went to tchoo: and worked ( from Par One) apeaker. was specialguest TOUR VOTE WILL

Mr, Sally H. Bailey, Mr*. Clark, Mri Marian B. RudeMrs. L. Garrett, .' around there for a while and wert running for one seat onthe Approximately 100 girls, leaden BE APPRECIATED"Paid
Jean M. Dominey, Mr*. MaryM. Mary Lillian M. Watson, Edna S. Hargrett, Nora M. then I went by the hospital until Communion for one to be and guests attended the
,Sadler, Mr*. Katherine 8. Mrs Joyce T. Betts, Mrs. Dorothy Hawkins, Ward Herring, Beu- a little after five. I droveto elected with only 21 per cent meeting. Political Adv

Clark, Mrs. Eloise R, Unvli T. Dunwody, Mrs. DorothyL lah F. Knight, Johnny Lockett the Post and picked up Richard of the vote. This should be .
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Mrs. Ploy C Harris and Constance H. Long, Nettle M.Thomas -- -- -- ----
Mr. McAleenan, Mrs. Faye A. s new glasses and then went changed so that whoever is
William, Miss Theresa G. Stewart Janey B. Dupont, Alpha downstairs In the PX, and wa elected is required to have re-
I Miss Sue Malone Barnett, O. Edwards: Mildred W. there when it hit at 5:40 The elved over BO per cent ot the
Mrs Ruth K. Greenwald, Mr*. Franklin, Joseph F. Hargrett lights went out and the building ''vote or face mother election DUE TO TREMENDOUS SUCCESS
HAULING Maml B. Wallace, Mr* SarahF Llllle R Jackson, Catherine 8. began to roll so that you against the second man.
Allison, Mrs. Rev C Hutch- James, Betty P. McGIll, Willie couldn't stand up. I lay downon Further in this article under

lion, Ml i Elizabeth M. Westn- A. McGill, Vernell ROM, Leroy the floor, put my hand over Section 209: (C) "Removal for REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND
I TRUCKING erly, Mrs. Barbara U. Rid... Weiiter, Del A. William, JohnA. my bead and prayed. My, II ause" I believe the voter
hoover and Mis. Alice 8. Wolf Williams, Zepharlna P. hick teemed to go on for ages, bu should have the right to pelt-

QUINCY PUBLIC SCHOOLS man, Ida Ma Lotkett and Lu- I I understand It was about fourto ion for removal of an objec- w. Manufacture Our Own Aluminum Awnings
Members ella Smith. six minutes. When II
ALL KINDS Elementary Faculty : Uonable Commissioner u wu
j Mrs Diane L. Jetton, Miss PINE PARK ELEMENTARY stopped I tore out of there and provided under the old charier.Now .I

and Long Distance Mary C. MJddleton, Mrs. Dorothy SCHOOL got in my car and first went the other Commissioner,
. D. Barker, Mrs Edna A. Faculty Members to the house to check on Richard can remove one who does not I
Furniture Insured liaur, Mr*. hula T. Bowman, Lleess B. Atkins, Mary A. :, He wu over at Laurie go along with the majority and
Mrs. Doris E. Boyd, Mrs. MaryC. McDonald, Simon L. Scott, 'Everything was on the floor and there I I. no method for the voter TAKE
Burnett, Miss Mary Frances Betty L. WUllame, Mary L. ill mirrors were broken. Dishes to express their approval
Sam Cox Mils Myrtls Davis, Mrs. Akin, Gertrude L. Betsey, thrown out and everything or disapproval of the action I
Huiley Mary Lou 8. Goodman, Mrs Elizabeth B. Bradley, Willie H emptied out of the cabinets in taken. This provision grants arbitrary ADVANTAGE
Mary France Lambert, Mrs. Brooks, Gertrude B. Burks, the middle of the floor. Shot- power to the majority ,
Rachael M. Martin, Mr*. Peggy Jimmie L. Davis, Ruth D. Gil- tie the wire haired dog) was which could be abused.I .
MAin 76433S. P. Mason, Mrs Sarah U' Mun Ham Wssl L. Grace, Herman there alon. I took her and also object to (D) "Filling

roe, Mr*. Lou G. Nicholson,, W. Hicks, Martha C. Holt, Anna drove around to pet! Richard of Vacancies" in this sec OF OUR
Mr*. Clara A. Shepard, Mrs. P. James Edith M. Lewis, Marilyn and w* flew to the hospital, tion. The method f-appointment -i' } +
Dorothy F. Smith, Mrs. Sara, D. Mack, Thelms D. Pare- three mile away The radio by the other remaining I w
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ADAMS ST., B. Spooner, Mine Mary L. more, Ada IL Peters, Hlldreth and all communication were Commissioner 1s O. K., but this t I I I'' t
Stephens, Mrs. Pauline E Tay-, A. Rolax, Pearl R. Scott, NaomiC. out, 10 w* didn't know how appointment should not last | I PREAWNINGSEASON
Simpson, Itol M. Smith, badly the downtown and Turn for the remainder of the unenplred -
Dole' B Washington, Frances Inn section had been hurt. Aw term which could be I

: New M dative $!tvr 3 Clark, Lull W. Stokes, Bessie arrived the last people were any length of Urns up to three I Iyeara. pr.t. .
COLONIAL THEMK' IL Whiting and Lulls T. coming out of the hospital They 1 think the voters should :
Scott did a wonderful job. The mental elect s new Commissioner at
SALEM ELEMENTARY patient were on the top the next election after the vacancy ,
I SCHOOL floor, and the women children Is created 'f .r SPECIALS

I II Faculty Member and babies on the next floor. I However, the most objectionable -
Carolyn V. Colston, Catherine Mack wai on the third floor and I feature of the new charter
W. Proctor Maurln B. that is when the I
building almost In my eye Is the almost unlimited -
Campbell, Wallace K. Ellis, broke in two. Ill bed borrowing powers grant J AWNINGS FOR:
EloulM M. Ford, Marjorie S. rolled from one side of the ed to the Commission under,
i
Artoane L. Lswis, room to the other and h. Article VII. Section 7.04Re..
lOIItL McMillan, Monies T. watched new cracks opening up enue Bonds." 1U griM that It
aimer.[ Annette Rolax, Betty I In the wall and cellln,. When might be necessary or advisable WINDOWS
:At. 1Io\'X\ hassle B. Smith. It MOpped they got down the for the city to issue '
Susie L. Smith, Leone T. stairs u quickly ai possible and moue bond a* Is generally flv"1 I

Sumpter, Llthi J. Whitley, Ma- were taken to the enlisted scribed In this section; DOORS
linda W. Clove, Ira V, Calvin, ml'll'S barracks and nurse do not believe this should be
Jr, Mary L. Martin end Dorothy quarter nearby. They wen done by a simple majority of
B. Williams three story buildings and were three members of the Commission
SPRINGFIELD ELEMENTARY In good shape Rich and I with no possibility of jE1 s STORE FRONTS

I OUR WEDDING SCHOOL helped there until 830 when s veto. Since we are all concerned
Faculty l\'eIllMra they released Daddy to come with where the money
i GIFT REGISTRY cr idJn.W ck, Barbara home with us. We brought goes[ that the utilities, etc., earn "
, K. Black, Clara M. McCloud, lack several other patknt and (at least because we are concerned '\ CAR PORTS
Henry Palmer, Jr, Triadic M took them to their home Of about their cost to us). a i t+e
i \ Thomas. Geneva 8. Atkln, course, there were no lights, I I believe that every Issue of Lh .
3 \ kin*most Johnnie M. Barnes, Rowie R. but the three radio stations Revenue Bond should be submitted PATIOSAlso
sensible 1 way to let flirt, Fannie U Brown Doriat.L were operating on emergency to tiie voters for their

a! k frfendiindUmily Collln. Uurca R. Dlggs power 10 w* began to hear bow approval or tftoapproval before
bow what pattern yon LetUe B. Golden Or B. Green, badly the downtown section! w.. they become legal
i ban chosen what pieces Geraldine U. Holt, U1U L. hit These broadcast have run While I wish to make Ii clear
. Holy Mary L. IludneU, MaggieS. continuously since then. that In my opinion the abovementioned
you mu>need.Everybody King Eve U. Ughtburn "Chlldrtn sections of
a* well a* adults the char Complete Line of
I Kiwvtas of UM sfflount tbq Gladys M. Neal, Francina L. wen taken Into other peopl'. ter could and probably will

: wWI to spend,CIU aM jo*ef Preston Alma 8, Sl noon, homes and they wIre trying to eventually encourage arbitrar
soltabl and matching Doris G. Smith Vtrnadean F locate each other and to determine iness and possibly corruption, ALUMINUM SCREENS and DOORS
Sterllai tiR Your Dams and Godson, lAws M. Harris and : who was missing All I I also wish to state that I do
I r. : records win tarry K. Ilolt.STOENS this time w* were still having not expect: the present Commissioner
b
pnfertac our ELEMENTARY smaller quakes No one slept to abuse these sec VENETIAN BLINDS VERTICAL BLINDS
avoid duplicated or mlanab bid .
a SCHOOL that nightau lay across the tions. However, who can say
I piece See ear lart setefai FaeiUly Member bed with your clothe on and wbo our Commissioner will be
IIIiS fxgiaiot OpdytU Esther M. Eleant, Annette L. each time you felt one you ran in five or tea year MANUFACTURED BY US
Marcia Francei L. Jackson Annette ouuid Then we kept hearing There are other reasoni for
W. Smith Rosetta U about the tidal wave due to my candidacy, but the above

Thornton Pearl P. Ttnunona. strike. They did much more will give my friends a sample OUR BEST GRADE PAINT 20% OFF
Lillian L. Williams Leila P. damage la many places than Now la the time to amend the
Aklns, Thelma W. Baker, Bet be earthquake. We werrmt bit charter (close the door, DoC
lye D Bryant, Ellen 8. Bryant. by them thank goodness. after the hone I* out of tile
Bernice T. QI ulm, Etta J. Neither Fort Rlchardton nor bars QUINCY GLASS and COVER-ALL CO.

Colton, Alma Ruth Cox, LUli Elmendorf were badly hurt Sincerely yours
J. Doyle, Willie H. DrI'toA.1 About tM of our big building Bob Monroe
?/ Wooel Jeweler Pleasant A. FW>.r, Ttwlma A.. at Fort Richardson win have to S14 West Jefferson Street
j Harrlauo Omle T. Homer, be replaced The swimming' For the ninth rim In 10
Joule B. Jackson, VIvian D. pool split wide OpeL One 01 year Ulaleah'i horse rare COME IN AND SEE OUR SHOWROOM AND FACTORYOR

Kelly Matlie A. Lawson, Elite our neighbors! children was In meeting produced well ever M PHONE S27-6648 CALL FOR FREE
107 K.: "Jeffss+cn Street QUINCY. l'LOaIDA'f S. Moore. Coriae B. PiknerJam It at the time. One soldier w. million In taxes for the state ESTIMATES

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ting made from synthetic fibers GARDENINGIN drained and shaded The aging the large number of people -
In the firm' Odors and amount of light should be in- expected In town, he retared -,
THE Flavors section I* a "library" creased after the young plant me to Mr. Evans a* they
a of more than 7,000 ametla FLORIDA com up until they can stand man who I la handling the arj Fletcher
full sunlight rangements. Was he In error" Company

FARM Manufacturer and retailer By Herrey Sharp. Miter, Indoor gardener who can't Bryant He was In error U ,
are keeping close watch these wait the three yean for the !"le made that statement !ITbuntoR
FRONTBY day on spending trend among Florida AgrtrelteralExtenslM seedlings to reach the "debu : Can you tell u.I INC.GREENSBORO.
teenager Service tante stage," can purchase mature who la handling the arrange-1
In a rundown on thus expanding bulb and force them to montsT
t like
DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER segment of the American debutantes The amaryllli both*mutt witch inane bloom in about eight weeks at Bryant: Well, yes, Mr. Terry,
consumer market, the publication -if to be any Urn of the year For this Lee of the Board of Commissioners '
their dirt they art
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF American Salesman noted beautiful.However Inside Job, put the bulb with of Stale Institutions. ,
AGRICULTUREI recently that teenagers numbered one-half to Uo-Uilrdi of the The Board of Commissioners
around 18.4 million lilt year tile situation It more bulb above the soil and maintain own the Centennial Field and --*--
heard someone laY recentlythat and spent U B1LUON dollar acute with the bulbi than with a constant temperature. they have surveillance over R.
adding to the thrill of of their 0"1moo", By 1970 the maiden. because too much These two factor with a bit A. Gray Park.Another .
owning
of the thousands of smell that food will not even produce a .
a new car, wan the pleasure the number la expected to be of luck will Induce Serb newsman asked an
of enjoying that "new car science ha been learning to 27 million with vane U BILLION iillflower. flowering. aide of Bryant who was handling .
smell. produce In a test tub*. Many dollar to cpend So, if this prln|'* attemptat Diseases are not serious InIIRII''lIIa the march The newsmanwas "West Gadsden's Largest

Actually, you probably could such tempt aromas consumers are being Into used buying to How do the young people growing tall-Hemmed garden production, but It I*, told to check with Evansislthoeagh (
get the same aroma in a 10- a variety of product from spend their money? It la pointed beauties produced greenery and a sound practice to keep an eye ) the aide said' heidldnt !
flivver. All It out that they rarely have to no blossoms it's a good guess open for a fungus known as know who was handling1It ;
yeai-old would
clothes pin to frozen strawberries -
that bad a heavy band In ) Source of
take I I. th. proper tesMube mixture Some chemical blend pay rent or buy grocerte The you "red blotch" or leaf scorch I', Supply"Building
ban Prolongeddoing admitted
the fertilizer Thunton said Evans later
Look for red -
leaves
spot
on ,
prayed around the Inter simulate attractive, natural boy spend mainly for food, .
of bulbs Immature ,
planting stems and petal to handling I the arrange-
sports, date, movie and
ior. aroma lost In processing, while record
bulbs, too much hade, and To prevent the disease, oak means. He said even after Bry-
*. In that order The
In a recent front-page article others are used to mask *ynthetlc girls soil to rolcb for nitrogen aim bulb In a 1.000 bichloride of if* denial, that Evan* ad-;,
go for clothing jewelry, movie,
tie Vail Street Journal described bad odor record cause flower failure. When mercury solution before plant mined participation In arrangements.
school and
a "battles mousetrap"with A New York, company specializes reading material supplies and of planted la deep chad amaryllis ing. If the fungus shows up on 1
a built-in chemical odor In olfactory merchandise for plants often die. plant, you may lessen Use severity Th next week Bryant still'1
cosmetic
course
of Cheddar cheese. The manu- One of lie machine. about the Aniarylll I* one of a group of the attack by pray denied Evans "handled" arrangements I
iacturer'a sale were up 20 Pf'rOInt size of a table radio, tested In The "chicken war" which of plant that when grown In a lug with neutral copper sprayat but backtniked sbit Materials
last year. a New Jersey supermarket a jumped Into the oil with high nitrate content, the rue of sine ounce In S The governor said Evans
The odor of Cheddar," the couple of years ago, wafted limelight list tend to vegetal profusely, according gallons of water. played a part inch .* number
report continued_ "11 only oneDDmI Ui* scent of fresh strawberriesInto year a* the the forerunner U. S. of diffleultlei to Dr. T. J. Sheehan, I Insect dout usually gnaw of other people plated lie
the air, The result Shoppers encounted In can expectto ornamental hortlcullurUl with on amaryllis IVcaaionally the went through Mr. Terry lr I
bought out an extra Urge onable holding a rear he Agricultural Experiment lubber grasshopper and the just at I frankly and openly
supply of fresco berries.in market share for our of farm the European commodities Stations. UTpiIlar stage of the Spanish old you taut week"' Farm and Builder'sHardware
another test with orange broke out You can overcome the "all moth feed on the plant Con Evans later told thli reporter: *
fragrance, the tore doubled 1UI DOt long ago leaves and BO flower" situation trol these insects with spray that Bryant "might lists been I'
front
on a new
I I volume In sales of frozen orange by using ferUllier low In nitrogen :of 3 tablespoons of either 40 protecting me Evans).'' ,
I Juke At that time Japan wa getting or by planting the bulb In percent toxaphen wettable So the reader can see It
Clue IOPIU IUII&1 toil. ices concerned over poultry Import lee ferule poll and giving the powder or 40 percent chlordane wnKUmei U difficult for a',
The power of luggestlon is fro mthe U. S. and was repented plant a abort supply of water writable powder In a gallon of reporter In the lapllul to distinguish
mighty strong and I'm wonderIng planning to raise tariff 10 during the late etagr of water. truth from fiction from
If It might not be put to to 20 percent this month lAp growth gamesmanship from "weasel
use by MIT Florida Beef CouncIL rill, How much and what kind of wording.: "
Perhaps you'v experienced Broiler Import from the U. 8 fertilizer A CAPITOL
the urge to by a hamburger were reported to have been 40 When etUbllahing a new TWO TONS OF FAT I FertilizersAll
sandwich or some barbecued time greater In 7M3 than In amarylll planting apply only a LETTERBy Atlanta Georgia' Hate.
beef when you got a mouthwatering the previous year pound of a 1.3.3 ratio Inltrv- Patrol member have lout more i
whiff of those deU- len phosphorus, potassium\ ) than S tons of tat In the past
Jerry M 'k
clou meal as they were being fertjIUer per 100 square feel 9 month I
prepared at a country fair con of bed apace Doling out this Tallahassee Gov. Farris Col. Lowell Conner, how of I Types
(cession.It I meager amount of plant food Bryant might be called tr* the Ill troopers, ordered the
would be Interesting to I I I keep rank growth to a minimum prince of weasel wording1" loss In weight. The program
JOE WAN learn if business at a food store I rLoC"al -Weasel wording" Is a form will be continued until Hep-I (Shade Tobacco Formulas
meat counter would be .UIIIU'I Bulb that are flowering now of gamesmanship" ueed to get ember, In hopes that the total
400YEAK3 AGO
fated while the aroma will/ be ready for digging tula'all. you off the hook "Weasel weight loss will be more than I
PtOPlt WORE RING>> barbecuing on a grill should, eUJlfllAd II At barest time, remove wording" I* most appropriate IVt tons.
KNOWN AS be wafted to the nostrils of' I the offset from the parent at pees conference. The average child la unusually I Custom Mixed)
CRAMP RINGS" shopper In the market bulb and plant them. Under There are several reason for bright and promising to his
TO WARD OFF Through modem technology, Florida climate It will take .. For one thing press conference own parents. '
aTOMACIICRAMPS. the art of creating artificial By Buick I about three year before the have a sort of week-to- Let Us Quote Prices
? odors hoe com a long way since offsets reach flowering *i"*. week continuity. A queitlon The profit motlv I* not bad
the day when early Egyptiansand The retail advertiser hat a But In the meantime the ""moth Skied this week would have .1 If *t I* coupled with the Cbrt..1
their contemporaries of double purpose when he uses er" bulb will furnish you with follow up question for nest, or.1I tian motive, but It plays haves
The most importantpart few thousand years ago pro- his local newspaper Item color. the next. One who attends the when H II dominated by greed.
duced sweet-scented ointment telling and Image building In addition to off net*, you can weekly press conference baa
of our business I from spice land flower To properly Inform the consumer -! propagate amaryllli by lied and sense of continuity and questions .1 Fertilizer and Lime
Is filling Many Industries today have and to meet competition by cottage and answer tall Into a Spring
.it their command artificial the retailer gives specific In- If you want to propagate by pattern. I
your prescriptions. odors Hint can be employed to formation on certain product cottage then make use of a But to the dally reader, there
I simulate "naturalness" for their which an In demand It U e*.1 harp knife at digging Ume II I no such continuity. A question Separates
produits. The Wall Street pen ally Important that such I late> in the luinmer. Cut the U a question, and the dally Spreader Service
Journal noted that a number, Information be preienled about I mother bulb into a number of reader duesn't get to see all
F. P. May of makers of plastic luggage, the continuous flow of new pieces up to CO U you are tin stone and all the questionsand
and handbags spray their products product handled by every retailer an expert. Be sun each piece has opportunity to participate J
Drug Co. to give them the aroma has a portion of the item tissue In the continuity.
of leather. But the other function I* Important. or baial plate of the bulb attached Goes Bryant make excellent
Phon. 627.7601 One research firm has developed It I* vital to long range to the scale. I use of this situation. Ills answers
a compound which it retail success for the consuni- Next duet the wedges with in addition to being answers Irrigation Supplies ,
Quincy Fla. claims will give the smell or er to be constantly reminded ferbam or thlrarn to preventdlaeaae i to the f.\also: form a
I tarred hemp to rope and net- of the "personality" of a particular and plant Immediately baa for a student
-. ttore. In a flat or bed containing a of grammar, Bryant uses
A tore may develop an Image mixture of peat and land or I his spoken language to II* beat Permanent Overhead
a* a bargain store, a volume other porous medium. effect Ther.for..bat h* says
store or a* a high fashion If the weather it humid and may look entirely different la
at.ore. A large store hat the moist email bulblet will form I print thin at the press con Plumbing
difficult problem of projecting between the scales of the cut ference. Systems, Pipe,
THANKS I I
a combination image pieces In about four week In effect, Bryant' replies at
The public Image of a store These will be ready for potting press conference usually area \
determine the type of customer or planting after one gnawingseason defense mech.nlal1OCtln and Water Systems
which come In to buy. The and should bloom In two questions h* receive are lead
, consumer expect the quality or three year. log question more m'et"- agireaalve -
of good to conform with a In teed propagation\ harvest and he parry
FOLKS tore'* pcoeonallly, the wed pod after they turnyellow them, .. a fencer parries hit
I Healklni .UiU. the nation' and begin to break open opponent.To Ralston Purina
major retfll chain spend million Next, dry the seeds fur a few 1 be more specific, following
of dollar annually on day and plant them In a flat or U an example of a Bryan .
Image building advertising a bed. Be. sine the poll to well parry, and we'll let the Haderderide
--- -- I II for himself" If
Bryant II.
They have found that
an imageof
I wish to take this opportunity to express my la was "weasel wording." Feeds
quality a* Important a* anImage
low Insurance Center The conversation we about I
oC
coat good
for confidence In returning me to I whether '
appreciation your or not John Ivana.rorm.r ,
the
herbal local retailer
1121 WM Jefferson press aide to Bryant,
the office of tax asior of Gadda County without 1 recognltea kind of advertising the need, for What both he I now with the Legislative Investigation 1 1By

may not recognize la that the PAT THOMAS Committee, was
VIlA WINSTON
opposition. public Image of hit More 1*I' I handling arrangements for thestate Custom Feed
regarding the marchIn
Negro
''conatanUy changing. The change INSURANCE. INC. mauo: a sloe Mtm for
I Tallahassee o* Good Friday
I may the worse unlutt spring, faahloM4 of tatarshangeabl -
: Th
I will continue to serve the county and its cittien the 1:1I:0 la refreshed by advertising i i querUoner! wa GeorgeThurston Kama.
TV Capitol correspondent
as a store Improve I The skirt U In black, '
gray
to th. Tory best of my ability en I always bar bathe with changing public demand. vlile and fur WTLA WJXT Tampa.Jackaoa- and white abwked worsted. A Milling

past. Thurston: Governor, la there aoordtnatod Jacket to fat dull
U there were three chipmunks any significance to the fact that black wool with petit o* ant*
running loose In all of North John Evans, who still maintains Collar and pocket flap
America, they would be aboutas close tie* with your err_ sod UndwnmtA the HtUe Mat ..
: Thanks Again crowded as the start In the On Stop Means the Investigating committee, la ft white trap stilt with Insecticides
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er la the ease. The ..r-all 2. Rita In the cost of a food' era,. temperatures are expected President Kennedy.The .
I unemployment rate reached Its I '' item to range between 05 and 70 commission, created by
The National OutlookBy ')( :"Hl ;(pl( ('R ;J
: of this month rising President Johnson five days
lowest post-war level U the I : .. .-. .. ., ." ,.. 4. Availability equipment degrees early
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that year the unemployment \S"'M. :[, "B,U' SINSS'u' No menu are given for Friday end of the month In all but the deadline on its report After
George Ilagedorn .. : '.. ,,.,.. ,, ,
16 and 21 U the fastest grow- tm for &efln.... malea was M because of claaa planningand heavier soils of BE Alabamaand the evidence I* ill te it will
ACCENT ON VOUT1I ing segment of the population percent I.' times aa Teat, Ia '. ; ,;: ( (( n'f ,jj; { llOj acbool preferences. The SW Georgia where higher then be necessary to writ the

The big gun In the 1964 TheM are the people who will IOU, ever-all unemployment Friday menu la usually hot soil moistures will tend to retard reportIf

phase of the Administration' be around longer than most ofUie was al 5.7 percent while milt The question that many people 1 loaded up, and we cross our dogs hamburgers or fish. the upward trend. Soil
will be the rest of us. tern-.,. unemployment was 15J temperatures at a seeding depthof
antipoverty war have long asked was answered heart and hope to die if wedon.t farmers today used 1940
Economic Opportunity Act It Many of our young people percent- again a ratio of t.l teL quite detlnitely fairly make sure that in the 30-Day Weather two Inches will tend to follow and method in agriculture -
hive not acquired the skill, During all the In between air temperature changes equipment
has recommended to Congress. years recently That question baa future at Iud half of it goesIn It would coat the
This If a combination of several attitudes and work habit which the proportion alaj.J been "to whom la the United American ships." clotley but should generally av her
unrelated program, some of would make them attractive to practically the same Slates State Department re eec Outlook crags between 65 and 70 degrees housewife an extra $5 on

thorn obviously Intended M experimental prospective employer' The This suggest. that the bent, sponaiblsr'e .. It la perhaps. ef little wander during the next week or weekly grocery from agricultural bill. Throughprogress research .
Ita Administration's program is e why the Prune Minister ef The two, rising thereafter.
pilot projecta. and probably the only, way to Thirty Day Agricultural though, we art saved an
main theme, Insofar aa It baa aimed at remedying this by giving reduce teen-age unemploymentla There perhapa should Belonger England the President ef Weather Outlook for the monthof billion In
estimated
be the Prim. Minister ef Florida was named for her 113 e year
la effort to training and work experience say Prance April for South
one an help young to give the private economythe Georgia, .
cost
people become betmprepared to selected young men lift to reduce deibt. Th Canada, er even the Bulls ef Southeast Alabama and North flowers by the Spanish explorer farming production *
neceaaary unemployment
and U.S. 8tateDept. Swahili, If that la what they Ponce de Leon. Today the
west Florida
fur active economic life women. I at all levcla issued by the
age '"
I. In affect call the burk In charge thereat beautiful blossoms make
a major -
This emphasla on the problems One may, however, be skeptical The tax cut la a step in this a eubsld- the present time, pay IIttl.b..d Weather Bureau Arvlsory Agricultural contribution to the state's, TERMITESSWARMING
of youth I la understandable. as to whether make-work direction but we may have to lary of the le U.S. policies Meteorologist, Tlfton,
The age-group between project would really endow do more .. .FI..C.O.Tble designed to protect presumably and Georgia, April 2, 1964: I economy lion annually- more, than $16 mil I ?

these young people with the experience Without such an Improvementin was strengthen Free World. Temperatures during April Millions of gladiolus and
motivation and self- the general economy, the Ad- made graphl- will average above normal over chrysanthemums are shipped t
discipline which would make mtoUtratlon'a plan may turn caly clear After an. they hardly know all of the Trl-State Agricultural north each winter Now with,
ELECTRICALSERVICE them more employable else out to be merely a way of seg- when the unl- who to deal with. Should they Area. Dally mean tempera roses and carnations being
where. There Is no artificial' regaling unemployable youths oils refiaed check in with the State Department tures wlU average between 65 jJlf i
on field scale the future
grown a ,
substitute for the challenge of In camp rather than getting to load wheat c. W.Hirttrlor or the CIO-AFL offices to and 70 degree. Maximum looks
Russia until ....r._ find out what the United State.II temperatures even better
getting and holding a job on them into the main currents of should range from
one's own merits economic life, were give that At leant W% going to actually do next? 76 to 84 degrees with afternoon L'LOANS
would ge In ships wider the e temperatures reaching 85 degrees JFK PROBE HALF OVER canrjTtf I
Anything from wiring In any case, there 1* little America flag. And It seems logical that or higher on 4 or 5 days-' After alAI month, a Presidential ,
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make
point in trying to young con/onion should exist.
such
house to Minimum temperatures ,houldver.ge commission
a replacing employable unless Too Late appears to
people more When the unions first refuted sea ,
between 85 ,
and be
60 degrees about halfway through its
light bulb the economy la generatingnew to load the wheat, it was under the democratic I
a
Fairly soon but will fall to 41 degrees: quest for all that can be learned far the e.ke at yew
job for them. This bringsup To thought they were joining foreea procedures set up by the or lower on 2 or 3 mornings about the assassination of
the question of whether the ClassifyBy with the wide segment of nation'a forefathers, the major The probability of .
Ike Shepardat present high unemployment American sentiment that the political parties will meet In temperatures freezing r
in
occurring the
rate among the )'ounlll' simplythe Russell Kay American people should not convention to determine which Trl-State Area Is
reflection of below-par employment help ball out the Kremlin.e candidates shall compete for In ten at less than one
e e e the honor of leading the the present time and
conditions generally You have probably heard of great will become
or whether it 1* the result of, organizations that make a business each optimism died a- American people. This entails April. negligible by mid
SHELFER.BLlTCHFURNITURE structural economic changes' of tracing missing persons bornlng when It".learned the untold expense as well aa the RESIDENTIAL FARM
which have been especially unfavorable and private detective who will unions bad no qualms about subsequent costs of holding national Rainfall during the next 30
CO. shipping to rommunlsla, as elections. days will range from light to
to job opportunitiesfor dig up Information for you at Lowest Closing Costa High AppraisalsGood
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long aa al least 50" went In moderate for the period. Totals
MAinISU the young and Inexperi a price, but have you ever American ships. The Russlana But tt the nation b to are are expected to range from l.SO TermsCONVENTIONAL
Res. 151-4432
heard of that
enced. an organization have refused. to the much more repetition ef the
I pay higher to 350 Inches
Warehouse Ph. MAIn 7-1100 over most of
at the business of .
A look unemploymentrecord makes a tracing freight rate Involved with Russian wheat shipment mew, South F.ILA.
Georgia to 250 to 500 -
suggest that the form- book, shipping under II." flag perhaps In the best Interests or Inches
over portions of SE Alabama
Florida I believe U the I
only
o e economy H Weald be well te
and NW Florida. Rain is Confidential and Courteous Service
state that ran boast of such e So the nation and the entire eliminate these twe conventions Quick,
. . . . . .I expected to occur
mostly
. . . . research organization. It la world, was treated to the uned- In favor of the annual as
showers
. . . .. on 5 to 7 days through SEE ALVIE WOLF AT i
. known as Book Tracers and Is Hying spectacle of a President CIO. FL convention. After all, the month.
located at Chuluota, Florida I of, the United States laying to It I* perhaps time te face facts, Sunshine I
Our Gained 112 PoundsIn I Florida I* an historic state the unlona, "please fellowa.let' and recognise who la runningthe about during 70 April will HARBIN-WOLF Inc.
average
Pigs ,and thousand of bonks, stories get this wheat for Russia country. percent of ,
and special article have been 1, ft)MillMMl h.raln.It IMnMwa MIn.M possible with no prolonged
cloudy periods 321 West Crawford Street
written about it alnce Ponce de --
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28 Dayson I Soil temperatures will con Phone MAin 7-8737
Leon set foot on Florida loll
I Would you like to know what Milk tinue to rlae steadily during
it St. Augustine New York and Thursday, April III-
published In
was April under
: Realizing the need for a clear Increasing amounts Your Business Will Be Appreciated
concerning -
Washington newspaper Vegetable Beef Soup of sunshine and decreasing loll i j
house of
ing Florida data, Book
WarT Ask
the Seminole moisture.
I Tracers Pimento Cheese Sandwiches 4 Inch bar soil av
set out to gather ill
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re I they have traced and secured stories and recommend books Cake SquaresSaltine.Milk
i countless Item about that will provide additional In-
I Florida, books, many out ol formation
Friday, April 17-
print for ,
I years newlpap.rsand
articles. While our state library in School's Choice
magazine REELECTA
I Do you know what Antoniode Tallahassee and at the University -I We hope that you will keep
STARTED FEBRUARY 28TH llcrrera wrote about Florida of Florida have much material In mind that these menus are
In the 18th century? When and on this and other sub subject to change for the following
I where it was published? Book ecta, the material available reasons:
TOTAL WEIGHT 75 LBS. I Tracer will tell you and give through Book Tracers supplements 1. Government commodities I
the aourc much of it and li available are delivered which were not
W. M.
I He said"And : at modest cost. In the county when the menus of
AFTER FOUR WEEKS I believing that this land If you would like further information were made.
I was an Inland, they named It about this interesting 2. Community food habits
:La Florida, because It has a source of Florida Information are considered
TOTAL WEIGHT- LBS. very beautiful view of many send for a copy of their
current catalog of Florida publications -
!cool woodlands, and It was level
and uniform or tell them what your
and
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Gained 112 Lbs. on 231 Lbs. Feed moreover, they discovered It In problem and Interest are and Positive Protection "BILL"INMAN
they can probably supply just
the time of the Feast of Flow
ers." what you need. Address Book Against TERMITES!
Chuluota Florida.
While we consider the Florida Tracers, ,

Cross State Canal current news,' ,
.> BABY CHICKS I did you know that It wa* also LunchroomMenus

new on Monday, May 11, 1829

"r. RHODE ISLAND REDS when the New York Evening J _
ear Post published a report of the

\Board of Engineer for Internal April 13 April 17
NEW HAMPSHIRE REDSrp Improvement on the contemplated went

canal between the Atlantic -Monday, April 13- \
BARRED ROCK Ocean and the Gulf Dr Scalloped Ham and Potatoes '

1 Mexico? The Act of Congresi Steamed Cabbage ..jPlISSUII.fIIATID
COCKERELS, Heavy Breed :,which produced this report wa. Spiced Beets
passed In 1826. Bread Pudding/Lemon Sauce UMIII YOUR
TURKEY POULTS The rout then consideredwas Enriched Bread, Milk' and ?a1M.d to esiahbara laby' ? end
hound amt contid.Ml.lly' thalr homes
by way of the St. Mary'River ,I Butter era Urmlt. rlddmr You KMdnt
I to Apalachlcol Bay, also, Tuesday, April 14- worry iboul those d.ltruell. ....
SUBER from the St. John's River toVassasousi Country Fried Steak builds sect. II you specify hav.Wolmsniztd your rchi!.ct prM or*

Bay Green Uma Beans lUre Irelod lumb.r. Wolmimiwllumb
You will be amazed at the RleeGrayyCabbale.Apple.celrry ., iivn pontlv. protocllonsalnit
and tarmlto and rot stuck. Vttthil
Immense amount of Florid Salad lildlnw Slfisuird .dd, I... REPRESENTATIVETO
historical data and Information Orange Slices Ih.n'0 th.cox ol s new horrm

JOHNSON that I la available through the I RollsButterMIlkWednesday Writ or call today for
Nei c Book Tracers organization N ix I April IS-- FREC IOOKLCT
c11ow1 matter what subject you may, Turkey PieCongealed See or call your local lumber
2121 W. Jefferson St. be interested in you will probably Fruit Salad dealer or Post k Lumber THE
be able to obtain just English Peas

t. : ... about everything that was eve Sliced Tomatoes i Preserving Company
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of Greensboro M & M Tractor Co. Fletcher-Willis Lumber Co. Quincy Livestock, Inc.

Fletcher Co. P. C. Davis Frosty Morn Meats Jimmy Smith

Quincy Junior Chamber Quincy State Bank Greensboro P.T.A. Southern Chemical Sales

of Commerce L. I. (Ish) Allen Higdon Grocery Co. & Service, Inc.

Citizens Bank Clinton Bassett W. M. Inman Southern Wires, Inc.
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First Federal Savings & Loan Fletcher Service Station Planter's Exchange, Inc. E. L. Suber, Jr. ;' .

A. L. Wilson Co. a
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T. M. Gambia -- Butler-Morgan Funeral Home Florida Cigar Co.. Inc. Wm. Bradley Munroe

Green's Grocery Mrs. Allene Drew Cantey Gadsden Abstract Co. Arylis Parramore

Greensboro KiwanIs Club Capital Music, Inc. Tallahassee Gadsden County Education Association Pat Suber, Inc. :'+J;.,

JOG Wedeles, lac. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Gadsden Home Loan Service Quincy Telephone Co. :.. ,
P. P. MayThomas Rev. and Mrs. Reneau B. Dominey Richard Gardner Suber & Johnson Co. :
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Smith and Family R. J. Hoffman Talquln Electric Coop.Tobacco"ff

Quincy Pilot Club F. P. May Drug Co. Manning Taylor Chevrolet Co. Woodbery & DeLacy ..,.
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Bell & Dooner Fletcher-Cantey Men's Wear L. D. McMillan


American Sumatra Tobacco Corp. Tewy J. McPherson Joe Donlell Western Auto Store Edward Balls

Charlie Bentley Miller Chevrolet Co. Kent Plumbing & Electric s'\ W. S. Scott

C. V, Butl.r Formi Inc. Charles F. Pittman Mr. and Mrs Ford Lculdn. Lester Griner
M. L Womack
Flowers Baking Company, Inc., Thomaiville Quincy Meat & Cold Storage Leaf Theater
Luten's Sandwich Shop
Havana Insurance Agency Milliard R. ReddickL Letter Motor Co.Mahailey .
Comes Playthings
Mrs. Charles Leonard W. Scarborough } AgencyJ Randy's Food Store ,
C. R Richardson Dean C. Scruggs F. Mahaifey Western Auto

Phil H. Spears, Standard Oil Products Shaw Insurance Magic Mirror Beauty Shop ,. ." McCrory's
King Col. Shelf erBUtch McKlnney's Acm. Barber Shop .. Brinkley Furniture
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Quincy B.P.W. Club Shill Service Oil Co. McPberson Electric Co. Charles L JClnard
Bob Hayes Dusting Service Mrs. N. C. Smlth'o Merrill's Jimmy Kate Clark
G.org. W. Munroe Band Helen A. Spin Morelcmd's Dry Goods Mrs. Canle WhIt.
Intercity CheTrolet Co. Suber Cattle Co. Munford, Martin's Studio
John Paullc's Cities Service Station Wall's I G A Mrs. J. M. NichoUon Carraway Shoe Fray\
Masiey Chattahooch. Drugs Mrs N. L Woodbery 11 L Nixon Mary Carter Paints
Edwin Shul.r Barnett's Grocery Oakland Concrete, Products Inc. Mrs. W. L Blackburn
Adrian 1.. Anderson Bobby' Shell Oil Miss Jean Ogllvle Snider WellsHamilton's
BeDc.Hudson Brockman' Super Service ',', S. J. Parkman Cafe
Bell & Bates Hardware Cecil Beane Gulf Station ."... Quality Shop George Lewis, Barber
Bill's Bait & Tackle Shop ?.. Chattahoochee Motor Co. 0 Quincy Home & Auto Store Nlchol's Florist
Carrou's Service Station Woodrow Chester r; Quincy Tire & Recapping Co. Oren Ballou
Crouch's Resell Drugs It It Dark Randy' Mark Rite W. B. Johnson
Edwards FloristFryerSmith Danley Furniture Co. Rodger's Furniture Co. Mr. Eula McDonald
Motors Dunn & Sherwood N. W. Sandy Mrs. Albert AldayChattahoochee

Gadsden County State Bank t '. H. L Edwards 4 Scott's I G A Dry Cleaners
Gadsden Fertilizer Co. Flint Trading Co. Sh.pard Electric BevU Men's Store
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Gadsden Office Supply ."#., ," Florida Liquid FetHllzef ," ,,,: Smith EnterprisesSmithermaa's w Plcken's Pharmacy
C. H. Gray \ Mrs. Eleanor N. FreemanGarden i Auto ServiceSpooner's Carl J. Langley' Jr, BarberEvelyn's

Gulf Oil Products <.:-' : Grill Dry Good. fty.-iw Blare ... > .
Harbla-WoU Insurance H. A. Panamore: Surplus Co. StewartYourxj MIL C. & Roes
Havana Finance Servke HarrelTi Bart & Tackle Store Sunday's Radio & TV Shop Arthur Walker ,
Havana: Motor Co. Harrison Auto Parts T. ). Peacock Furniture Co. .J: Mae Pearl Dtckenson .
Higdoa Furniture Co. Havana Hydratane Gas Co. Andrew Vaughn '. Mr. B. A. Tolar
The Ivy Shop Havana State Bank W & L Recapping WUlkan; "Bud" Johnson
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Jcyner's Standard Service Station Charlie H. Horsley ., .,,; J. 1. Wagner Smith's Retlaurant >
& Lanltr Lang Hydro COM Co. ':",'/.: West End Barber Shop "I jf, Dick and Dan D'AlemterteSpurgeon
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Latkia Ltwfleckfs Mary I. Wilson Johnson Insurance Agency

Edward Martin :, Jaif.(, Gifts & Jewelry W. L Wood. Jeweler Superior DryeUaners
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Mary.Booney. Inc. Marion House ;&, Donaldson's RewUl Drugs A. P. Johns' Standard Service Station
Massey Dregs Joe Bradky's Jitney Jangle 1. M. Boynton Lola Pearl Glower




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KOUKTKKN GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY .u.

f f .,* used him a time or two arnes, Olive Joe Cox, Barbara also provide a good opportunity:
RECREATION J I I needed the services of w + .J Craven Donna L. Dicken- : to check on the need for Im.munluilons .
I 1jour painter. H* wu always a I son, James T Earnest, Ernest that can prevent
hard worker and his D. Fahlberg, Janice Mae Flour- 1IIE'a:1 several diseases, at well at
NEWSBy I were reasonable and noy, Harriet D. Hutchlnaon, proper advice on diet and nutrition
I craftsmanship was of the Diane Lowe Jetton. Barbara 11 '
I, !', I What I'm trying to say Ann Nelson, I If something wrong you
Dona Jsmei that Bill had no Insurance to f"' am*.M F weez J. I will be ahead of the game to
! JUNIOR! CHAMP TRACK 1 r the loss of his) I practically ..' Wolf. I yllUMNNIV catch It early. If all is Well
Question: ew home, the furnishings or It Is always good news to receive -
I AND:I rrfE'Jlual' Junior just od recovered I IWfw.b her contents and he Is not Thomas Reed A couple of scientific underground a clean bill of health

Olympic Track and Field Meet both among those who could snooper of the Carnegie -
for boys will be held at 9 a,m, such a catastrophe. Mr. Institute of Washington report -
ed by the nd Mrs. Wade have four boys, Heads TB And
least
at
Saturday, April 18th at the field that there Ire
most 7 8 10 and 12 and
years
tons of perjon
behind the Agricultural Building 7,300.000,000,000,000 r ,
of IU staff,
all of their clothe
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at Quincy High School. leave the nd course personal belongings went Health Assoc. kerogm In the earth give or
The meet this will be take pound or two.
yew a
appreciation In smoke, too. (bines I
p
sponsored bv the "J8\'I'.." family Income rote the above on Tuesday Isrned Thomas B. Reed was elected This here kerogen Is the Mr*. Pat Munroe had u aScent
with hen nl. J nlorciiimp (don't er"'l! ; today that Bill, good resident of the Gadsden County 'mother of all petroleum deposit guest her daughter, Mr.
being used to coincide with the land life sn that he is, also ha* been TB and Health Association whoae first husband wu Randolph Thrower of Atlanta.
blale and National Jaycee Junior Ufted. Is that another young man, for the coming year March 31 at Father lllme and who later
Champ Track and Field band Is 40 and about 14. So that nukes \ the Jefferson House. married Standard Doyle.It I ANTI-POVERTY PLAN
I'rograma. The meet will also shape Ala ve ho.1Th. Other officer named were: was Dr Phil H Abelsonand i
be co-sponsored by the City from Injuries Red Cross has let It be Miss Sara May Love- vice pres- T Cl Hoerlng who made President Johnson's anti-
Recreation Department and the Answer: Yes that they will do every- Ident Tom Cumble treasurer, the report on the mount of poverty program Is on lie uncertain
Qulnry High School Athletic a considerable they can but can use nd Mr*. Bula H. Hanna- secretary kerogen, which ton for dollar journey through the
Department quest for these boys and the 1 Arthur Flxel served about matches the national legislative mill.Democr.Ue .
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The meet will be open to ery year to tool who are average "' 'j.. II chairman of the nominating debtKerogen reaction generally
three age group. In both the wishes committee, was created by the was favorable to the $962-
as ) their So If .
for
z* ages. you : !
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running and field event and an entire anything you can pare *.' 1' ; ,*,_ During the meeting HowardThomas decay of matter during the, 500,000 program aimed prlmar-
are aa follows: Pee Wee (12 a community call the Red Cross oifice ,..1' Christmas Seal Campaign early days of life on earth, say 11>' at assistance to needy young
13), Junior 114.15)) and Prep number of someone will pick It up or ,' wfN: Chairman, announced the sclentiats Final confjmatlon -! Americans,
Division (16-17) a policy to still take It by the of- "" .. hat the drive this year fell of their findings, however licpubllcan reaction generally
The running events are: 110 You can And If don't happen short of the goal by $39125 await an eye witness report I voiced that the program
yard dash, 100 yard dash, 220 In any of a ce have anything you In that line Frank Morgan ion of Mr. end Mr*. Frank Morgan, Sr.,I le also stated that 7,065 letters from Bernard Baruch. looked a lot like a political
yard dash, 440 yard run, 880 You do not will serve even better. of Quincy is shown with a turkey gobbler he killed while were sent to residents In Cads- Before the days of present maneuver.
yard run, 440 yard relay, 880 to how much ) It could have been muting in the Hammock Creek section south of town den County. motor fuel one of the products;
yard relay, and 120 yard low I Edward Dyal, treasurer derived from kerogen was used:
give, what mine reviewed -
house, or maybe so Frank the
bird which
bagged 17
Imrdlei. prize weighed ,
pound on
long a period all to help these I the budget for the next to power automobile But with:
The field events are: 12 lb. In setting up people you can of our community his seventeenth birthday, Saturday, March 28. He said he year. the discovery of so many secret'
Shot-put, discus, nigh jump, But to ho have suffered a real trage- was unable to call up a gobbler by yelping and happened The Association scheduled Its Ingredients only a few today
broad jump, and pole vault.In band la 40 y. The Lord will bleat you to see the bird's track and trailed him for approximately next meeting for July 27, contain that kerogen byproduct
the running event each say, $10,000 to gasoline.
participant will be limited to could do it a mile. The turkey was flushed from some palmetto If a car got 60 yards on each
This Is Income tax time again,
two dashes and 880 bushes and killed with .20 double-barreled Rev. Guy Wade fuels Im-
one relay these plans: nd the deadline Is next Wed'esday. a gauge I Ingredient in motor
yard run making It possible 1. A straight Of course I waited un- shotgun. __ Photo by Dan Martin perlalacs would get about 90 }
for each to run In four events premium for this week, as usual to get Civic Speaker miles per gallon.
There will not be any limit on the $10,000 to In* filled out and during therocses Cairo at 4 p.m. and host
entries In the field events. ill death, I discovered that myriver tigers Break llountstown Saturday afternoon Rev. Guy Wade, a member Dr. Blackwelder I A 1
Track shoe will be permitted be (Annual license expired last 1:30 at Corry Field. of the Quincy Kiwanis Club
Ribbon will be awarded 2. A 20 You know you have to and pastor of Thomas Memorial
through flrat three places In with Even In Four Urges Check-up
them now In the month Baptist Church, furnished the
each event and medals will be only, the $ f your birth every two year County Commission program at the regular weekly ,
presented to the three highpoint the hospital had several blocks to drive to meeting of the civic organization "Your' best Insurance against
men In each age group. ever that Is ( courthouse' after the dis Recent ContestsBy GCH Reports Monday at the Jefferson possible serious Illness U a regular
Registration. will be handled $3 0) )' and boy, was I careful! House, He was introduced byDr. medical examination," Dr
from 8:30: 9.00 a.m. the mornIng 3. A 20 year B. D. Blackwelder of the Gads-
nd it cost me a dollar extra Donn James, George Massey, program
of the meet. Icy, with being so forgetful and It Times Sports Writer Small ProfitAt chairman, and gave a resume of den County Department of
and the $10,000 have cost me a lot more a new book, "The Naked So- Health said today Many conditions
Not everyone who plans a pllal at the one of those 'bugger men" In baseball action this past ciety," by Vance Packard lis such a* cancer, heart
life can live IU ... period or at n the highway had stopped me week Quincy High broke even the Board of County Commissioners version of the book was both disease, TB, diabetes and eye
that (Annual ) a violation or in s routine In four games, dropping a 3-0 meeting Tuesday Informative, provocative and disorders cast their shadows before -
4. A 10 year butMiss game> to Blountstown, edgingout morning In the Courthouse, timely! them In advance of any
Icy, with Havana 8-8 and splitting a Marcus Sheller, financial chairman Gary Edwards and Jack Mun obvious symptom, As one example
10 years and. seeing Carter Huff doubleheader with Cairo 2.1 ot the Gadsden Countyhospital roe members of the Quincy 12 per cent of all blindness -
I IPh. to the hospital lie.worked at Budd and 00. Board, elated that the high School Key Club, were In the United State is
10 year or on Company and always Thursday afternoon In ash position of the hospital guests ,due to the eye disorder, chronic
... MAI. 7-8311 nual cost by the office on his lountstown our hometown nine was In better shape A report of the success of 'simple glaucoma (In over 30- 0
TheM are I to and from work, and to wen blanked 3-0 by the Tigers "The preceding month" showed the second feeding of oral polio 000 people), and an estimated,
Thur., Frl. Stt. bilities. There I at up at the corner cafe He Although the teams were equalIn a small profit, said Mr.' vaccine that was administered 1,000,000 people are afflicted
April II, 10, II blllty of to Dothan when the the pitching and hitting departments Shelfer. this past Sunday was made by but do not know It. Most victim -
cash lant moved there. Blountstown came A resolution concerning the President L. W, Dooner In the are ove- forty and showno
PALM SPRINGS and then through in the clutch. recent passing of Mr Elbert absence of John Herring, Kl- symptoms until serious loss
policy to The great white hunter's Ralph Sperling (1-3)) gave up Allen of the County Road and want chairman of the drive. of vision has occurred. But I
WEEKEND 'of the loan. brother Rod Vause, has only 4 hits, but received creditor Bridge Department was submitted -' Dooner revealed that enough glaucoma can be easily detected I
'I would have een out of circulation for the loss QuIncy picked up to the Board for their vaccine was dispensed to Immunize and serious complication!
Starrlnf Trey Donthu, I and Interest 10 days. He had hi*, ton 3 hit coming 'off the bats of Ignatures 32500 people but expressed can be prevented.
Connie! SUv.ns ,tax deductions II* removed Monday altermaster Keith Daughlry, George By- Edwin Baur, county !clerk I his doubts that that A regular medical checkup
the
go over the and has been away from water and frank gave monthly financial re- many received the treatment.. /ham
Baker Bak- by your own doctor can detect
.,rose
bills been ,
after all have
Sat., April U 'guide you. 1* post at the fire I station.Inca er'. wss a double, port He said that each bottle of the many unsuspected disorders In
to date General .
that time. I hope that Havanss Bear made paid up : I medicine was supposed to contain time to
DOUBLE FEATURE I really Fund $212,04394, Road and prevent them from becoming
Company'h. young fellow will be back e.oulIru. to treat 100
I game of It Friday on their /I : Fund $83 Flne I serious Health check
PALM SPRINGS n the job shortly, I home field( persona but some stationsnetted
as they carried a ; d.V Forfeiture; :- $4,86975, ups are particularly Importantfor
70 dose while
only others
Speaking of the hunter re- I run lead over Quincy into children and those over for
WEEKENDALSO Bits me. He and our utility I the fifth However Special Bridge Fund- $29938.47 ,- treated as high as 110 per
: Inning theTigers ty. It Is wise for women over
Hospital I & S- $289762 ,- bottle. lie
estimated that In
Willie
went fishing on theake rallied with
two runs /In thirty-five to have an annual
last Saturday afternoonVlllle 'his and Total- $332,90191 excess of 30,000 citizens of all
frame to put th- game on The Board approved to advertise examination for possible cancerIn .
came back and told on Ice. ages were vaccinated.
Offensively the big blows for bids on concrete the female aystem. If discovered
THE BIG RISK
Said all he ,
caught from
came Rodney Joyner'ssingle pipe and concrete mix for a early, such cancers are
BY / ) one old Nurses' AssociationFlorida
ugly "pollywob. i and Reggie Bradley'sdouble. l-months usually curable, preventing untold
period beginning May
Sun. Men.Tun., W.d. can believe that. Quincy was out hit 5. The motion was made by District number 35 suffering and expense.
April 12, 13, 14, IS 11-8, but made fewer mistakes Chairman of the Board Fred tunes' Association membersmet Regular health examinations
My old I made statement; In last II Tommy Bauldree (2-11 merged heifer and seconded by Vice, at the home of Mrs II. S l
A GLOBAL \Owens, who '* Times that we would the winning pitcher over Chairman Murray Spooner. Hancock, Jr. for their monthly
in California a report of the numberof Tommy Dodson. Bauldree added I
AFFAIR A semi-annual report from meeting Tuesday, April 7 at
blessed me registered voters In this Is to his cause by banging out the Florida State Board of 8 pm. | KINARD. ENTERPRISES Inc.
Starring Bob Hop past week. It This Is Tuesday and it'a 2 bits, one a double.It Health indicated that it was Guest speaker was George ,
I had heard ( beginning to look Ilk we won't was a doubleheader affair operating within the Marcus, director of civil defense CHARLES KINARD Owner
was here have the figures In time. We at Corry Field Saturday afternoon budget. of Gadsden County lIi'' Addition
HILL card was :\& did count enough to find out with the Quincy nine inking poke on pUns and proposed Remodeling
gales On the that we had over 2.100 new Cairo In the first 2.1 and 26 Make Dean'sList plans for the county defense, car NEW CONSTRUCTIONGarages
a photograph registrants Of course the book being toppled In the second program ,
DRIVE-IN federal had to be purged of those thaI 6-0 At F.S.U. The next meeting will be heldIn a Carports a Porches

Phone MAIn ,. 8SS criminals. tit have died and some that have The Syrupmakers scored firs Chaltahoodiee May 5. ', Roofing Siding Cabinet
understand) moved away, so that slows us up In the opening Inning on a single i I .
The Dean' List for Trimester Florida Booms a Enclosure
he photo 1s In getting a total count. I believe by Gary Bishop and an er General Telephone Co. of
Fri., 3.t., April 10, II It said "Wish we will have well over ror. Quincy rallied In their I was announced by FloridState Florida recently Installed and "No Job Too Large or Too Small"
DOUBLE FEATURE And to it bottom half triple by leadoff University recently. The
top 0,000 eligible to vote In the on a dedicated its 900,000th telephone
statement hitter John list contains the names of un Havana Highway Phone 627-8495
followed
on Veasey
coming elections, though. That : In a special ceremony at
COURTSHIP OF dcrgraduates
hat he Just a guess.Three by 2nd baseman Rodney carrying 12 or, Bunch Gardens in Tampa I i
EDDIE'S FATHER would like to Joyner's sacrifice fly. more hour who made a ..radepoint _
Made me The Tigers pushed across average of 3.0 tBI) or higher I -
their In most divisions, 3.25 In the
releirlng to winning run In the third
Starring Glen Ford, Compele
when College of Arts and Sciences
Shirley Jon. been Veasey walked and stol YOU ARE CORDIALLY
and School of Engineering
second, Joyner
popped up anGary
ALSOWAR I Dill Wade, In Exchange'sSpeech Edwards collected a tingle Science, and 3,90 in the School
by trade, and Edwards (1-1) went the of Nursing. By home town the F INVITED
IS HELL I of the buses distance pitching 1 hit ball, list included 1f
Contest striking out' 6 and walking none. Chattahoochee Marjarte '
Sun., Apr) 12 I I II'.n all The second game was the Barnes, Gaye Ellssa Elder: '' TO JOIN THE; GO TEAM
fire early Three flnJIsts Brenda Syrupmakers all the way a. Brenda S. Hart, Culver D. Shel "
LOLITAStirrlnf understand I Paula Walker and Mike Klllimett blanked Quincy by, Sandra L. Shotu, Theresa
losing two of Johnny Taylor were competing 6-0 on 2 hlU. Ralph bper- G. Stewart, Juanlla Whlddon.Gretna SCOTT KELLY
Jam.i MMOK, suffocation at cresa-tlme In local finals ling (1-3) took the loss Edith C. Spooner. w
Shelly Wi.t.n II Bill Wade for 01-the Exchange Club Speech This afternoon the Tigers HavanaMichel H Hour-
Contest at the Jefferson House diamond squad will journey to quln, Wanda Dianne Hall, Frances .
Balnbrldge for a 4.00 pm. C. Smith.
The winner will represent
Quincy at the District Contest game Tomorrow they play in QulncyJane E. Burnett, For Governor
HARRISON AUTO Mary Jane Bell
will be held In Pensa- Christopher M.
cola May 1. The district winner
USED CARS then vie for the state title CONTRIBUTIONS OF $1.00

USED PARTS for all during. Convention the Exchange at Miami Clubs TIMBER. .

of Cars and Trucks May Last 14-17.year's' slate winner was Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely ; 4 AND UP

24-HOUR WRECKER Harold Young Jr. of Quincy. 'I Contact Us Before You Selll! '.e h
WE BUY JUNKED: CARS students who participated
1422 W. Jefferson Quincy In the eliminations held WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES I WILL ENTITLE YOU TO A GO TEAM CERTIFICATE

I March 31 at the Centenary LEAVE YOUR CONTRIBUTIONSAT
Florida
Methodist Church were: Eddie', Forest! Products, Inc.
Taylor Mary Louise Lester, GADSDEN COUNTY HEADQUARTERSWEST

NEK0: A GOOD PLUMBERIN George McCaJl, Thomas Smith, Call James L Stewart Quincy 856-5494
Kay Adams, Richard Ashley, call writeP. JEFFERSON STREET, QUINCYPaid
A BIG HURRY Joyce Gray and Christie Smith I or or

AT REASONABLE COST? Angella but Brooks could wu not also competedue a contestant O. Box 305. Tallahassee Fla.. Ph. 2234669 ( for by Gadsden County Kelly for Governor Committee)


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Judges for the first .umln.-I i
tion contest were &
or want to contract Thomas Jr.. Mr., Lewis Dooner.,

a big or little Job? hire Albert Flake, the Bron.Rev BUILDING REPAIRING REMODELING

THEN DIAL 627-8668 I son pritterjr. an'Gr

Bishop.

24 HOUR SERVICE I I the All English the contestants classes were at Quincy from I We Offer Low Prices on Lumber Directly from Our Mill. Top Name Building

High Their teachers are Mrs.Sara .

MOODY PLUMBING Mrs. Jay Lamar Chamberlain Mrs Helen and Smith Mrs, Supplies Always Available at Thrifty Prices. Shop, Compare, & Save at Southwest

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1927 Mainline Drive Wilbur A. Castellow.The

QUINCY FLORIDA mother porpoise generally Georgia's Largest Lumber & Material Dealer. _

nurses her calf for about
Next Door to B&H Construction It months, according to "life-
h'story" studies made at Ma-: PREMIUM LUMBER QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS .1*

rlneland, of Florida. ____ _
such as

BUSINESSMAN Grademarked Southern Yellow ?lne framing, flooring such as
BAPTIST
KIWANIAN
siding paneling sheathing. etcJ Wolmanlzed Westinghouse built-in appliances. Johns. Manrille

VOTE FOR and ELECT pressure treated southern pine boards. framing & roofing sheetrock. moulding paint Armstrong ceiling
studs.
West Coast
& other
Fir
flooring: Douglas
& floor tile metal roofing windows of all types .
beams finish & paneling: Cypress paneling: Oak door units plywood. bath fixtures In au colors brick. (

WAYNER.HANNA flooring: preiinished paneling In many fine hardwood
concrete blocks. Formica Insulation ,
species. r


k CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Financing Plans & Estimates Delivery Service Attractive Displays



GADSDEN COUNTY WILLIS LUMBER COMPANY INC.

r Democratic Primary Tuesday May 5. 1964 ;

(Paid Political Advj Chattahoochee Hwy. P. O. Box 98 Phone 2
BAINBRIDGE. GEORGIA

YOUR SUPPORT IS SOLICITED BUYERS OF TIMBER & LOGS ,

AND WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED



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COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 0, 1964 rAGE TIFTKEt


16 Oz.Can-"Perfect
Mo > with Pork" Ocean
/-r Spray Cranberry

Sauce 29c



Qt. Bottle Laundry
i Bleach

Clorox 23c



,
Large Size Luster
'G>rl llllt'oll I Cream Concentrate

Shampoo $1.00

\ gP: :. : : vm4vZ ItDELMONTE

16 Ox. Can- La
Choy Meatless

Chop Suey 37c



: 4- 6 Ox. Can Tuna
Flavor Nine Lives
:
:
: Cat Food 59c

_

"Sup@r-Right" Reg. Size Detergent

BLWDED I!, CUBE STEAKS Ib. 89c Surf 26c

1 || "Super-Right" Full Cut ,-,,
[ ROUND STEAK Ib.
4t1 Reg. Size Detergent
a "Super-Rtght" V\ Sliced
Rinson Blue 26c
LIM.at Or PRtK11 Crw Or. e'rrIC.rYalt t PORK LOIN Ib. ,
({ i1'HOI.Ir IWICT. CO.KTAIL.
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"Lll'I\\o. n. .R.w.* \ "Super-Right" Center Cut JVC&f

u ,, PORK CHOPS Ib. 22 Ox. BottleDetergent
/ t "Super-Rtght" End Cut

I / PORK CHOPS Ib. Lux Liquid 65c



16 Ox. Bottle Liquid
Detergent

Wisk 41c



t 28 Ox. Cans
Valley Gold
w Frozen

Drinks 23c


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i LL1t1J] ''J +4IA "Always Pint Chilled Cranberry Cocktail Bottle Ocean Serve Juice 29c Spray Well




4 Ct. Box Dixie Cup

Refills 47c


4Vi Ox. Jar Leseur
1 Whole

Mushrooms 53c

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I. WrM :' M'M OF Family Slxe. Dental
GOLD 1MCOAL I ANN RAGS c unu1C .e aaucog. IVTnAi Cream
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AIPTAMPSegg!: I PLAID J *AlP I Colgate 83c
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"!! S !I" STAMPS I 5 59 : I IAU
(if! with &bI.poll sod pareb_ St j jtd 'H With Ibis CMPM end porchiMJ .1 '_ I La11)rI' 4s7t41F" 2- 1 Lb. Cans Dash
1Z V4 Ok Pkf.Appl. Wa, Regular II I II t Os CM ktainll Air sa f --r- I .
I Pizza Mix 43c i iI 10 i Deodorizer 59c Apple KegAPPLE 1 Dog Food 33c
j \ S o and' tGpusrLn ofr ;
I!P Ii! J.4-11.Coupon rood thru April HH H J.4-1L CMPOB fod thra April Itttr I"i JUICE 46 Oz 35 I.MV THRC 091\iE! PA3000E IUMSI

L ; _:. : .:.,.II... : 1;,._________________ White House Instant Can ; IJ5TED SElQW" : 1
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y. 1 rf.-------------------PUlD :;1 1 1I [r ;-:PLAID']t DRY MILK If'Qti. 79c ; 3-1.1. &1 V lblA>Ol\lol\s 29.1 I' Breeze 81c
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25 STAMPS ::1 Mazola j 5.Lb &1 floMd4CM1 94.
STAM
I. r.tI' I'! "" ..I CORN OIL 16 Or. 33
= with thus roupon .ad ptirtbtw .' j'1 I : WUfe Ibis VMIPMI end pvrthM* .. Bottle ; ,4.j6 &1 W PtsdpM S 1554; Req. Size Condensed
I' Mr rilbert't nl,,.. i ;! I Lure TBM fhwr OrB I II ArmourCORNED Detergent
1 Lk. CU. *
: Margarine 29c I'I'1M ( I I Halt Dressing 79c I BEEF 12010 49c i 5.lb (lag Flaridat rctp'ZWuit !5S4{
. I B J.t-IL Cea... I..d&bra April II : to.. I.4-11 c...... IM< ttra AprU 111STAMPS l. 1 IOL 6 Wh'iPafatoe S 49 4 All 39c

L. iJStl :. i- ....-1 1ffii LII: a, .!______!___,_ ___; Ann KETCHUP Page Tomato 2 14 Oz.Bottles. 37 1 L____._,v_a.oo___rM.___,_..v__A/ttK___N___,
ii.iiiIiii ii: l lIii' Ann Page Really Fine 3 Lb. Box Detergent
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Ghn\,.. PLAID ;I: PLAID ;'" Fluffy All 79c
I" 25 STAMPS iii/. = J ..!: MAYONNAISE
: Ibis e..pes ... ,.aft... .. ti' : WUh Ibis -... ... prebaw ...1 i..r.e r www.e
: ,1PUk !! e1 Lh. CB Ar Yart.tpBalled Bot-
.ti =!I'M Lh. 4 Ot rkf. BUr CrarkcfI I. ABB rtf* i 12
I in t Pie Crust Mix 45cSB != I Beans 79c I Detergent Liquid
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. ..d Ihra April 11 := I I.4-1L CMPM IM d tkn April 11 Qt. 49c
4-1L CMPM(
: !," I Ii '0 : Price In this Ad are good through Jar Swan 35c
i!!!!!: ; ; a Saturday April 11.

;. 1 J1,.S ot B.tu P'tkle r.it" Hi.krr'" speed
' Dill Pickles 29c Main. White Large Crisp Iceberg Yellow Cooking

t.llledl w.1er G,....
Ik Bf
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Corn Wafrs-: POTATOES LETTUCE ONIONS

. Vanilla 31e
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Del MN4
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Chunk Tuna - $1.00
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Mashed Potatoes 43c 1O49c Head 19C' 3Lb. 29C
is o.. m. ,"_h. BagGADSDEI'f
Instant Potatoes 67c

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Lt: 100 EXTRA STAMPS H .. WANT ran MARKETS

YOU IUY Indurtry' and urtowltur.
: found much common ground In
ONI 4-11. conduotlng a tHrob during
''If swIFT CANNED HAM 4 L $2"'UMIUM 14A rr,,dom Forum XXV for the
+fill cAN true rol. f.h.. tcriMT and of
mnn tm.nt ta i i p e nding
AmerIcan m.rket.t. A former
preildent of th. NtUoiul ActoctiUon
V of Mwiuficturcri and
the pre_' leader of the nation. .
'. Urge term. organlu
tlon txpr.w.4 U).mwlvei u
clearly opposed to government
M .**. Jfcimpi.Otcor Mytr Uv. Sou. w t'wich % control and In favor of the very

Spread z Pk9 371. I "A" \ ) f dt W-D Brand Extra Lean, Fresh txpaiulon'1'.1.., mMiur.poaalbl.of under economic fret-

dam without Improper restrletlona. -
KEG 59< COPELAND SLICID GRADEBologna Ground BEEF Curtailment and llmlutloni -
are alivady too much taken -
LB. 491 r for ,granted they agreed
But the extent to which the
DEC 49* FISH FILLETFIounderL6.29 : frat market onopt bas bUDpracticed.
REGULARLY they further agreed,
39" has produced the hlh." vtand
.. LB
,: 49- a Ib. and of living tor all people Inhistory
Mora Hort Gold I' plus the IF 'teat degreeof
Fruity y | W-D BRAND STEAK freedom I In al arvai of life.Ai .
47C the government moves la
Sausage. C ?1 Sirloin to Interfere with or control the
LB. 88 operation of a free market, It
Ii IXTRA STAMPS, CHOPPED SHAPE, CUIII curtail all of our freedoms Including
W 0 IRAND STEAKTBone those apwlflci we so
Steaks10for891 frequently refer to U freedom
i .L.88 etc,
; of speech infrN'r
IS IXTRA STAMPS WITH DEVILIO and opDoHunlly -
W.0 BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS STEAK to expand markets,"
Crabs pKa 39: J Round 88 Hid William InduitrUllrt.J. Grede, a Milwaukee

Li ; Freedom Storks

W.D BRAND! BONELESS ROAST Speaking at another Uroe the
Sullivan, III, farmer agreed.He .
Yellow Solids Sirloin LB. 88/ la Charles B 8hum n, pier
W-D BROAD BREASTED 4-14 Lb. Frozen p. Ident of the American Farm
Bureau federation, who laid
W-D BRAND 8ONf.fSSRump\ 'Thla whole thing bolls down

OLEO to whether or pot we are prepared .
ROAST LB. 88Round / In this country to accept -
39 Individual responsibilityand
urkeysLb W.D BRAND BONILISS to take advantage or meet
the challenges of the opportunity
ROAST LB 88 lystem. Ha not a smooth
road. It 14 a rough! road. It Is
LB. 10; not ont you progreu along
without trouble, work, or re-
f ve...... After all, the market
system U a profit and loss a>a-
Urn, not a profit lyiUm."

LIMIT S WITH $100 I ,. Mr. Qr.de also deaeribed the
ORDc* OR MORI.LW profit process a* one of the
least understood element! of
FROZEN POODMORTON our economy, although, ti la the
formula for ralatng our standard -
of living that h.. liven us
1 1N CUP IOVTH GRAn better and prod.
r Banont CSoeolale, lemon, Neapolitan, Coconut Strcwbtny more cheaper
ucti for more people "W* areall
Jam 24oOl.JAA.191.SA Cream Pies 39x trying to make a better
Pamily si.. product, at a lower coil 10 we
VI 1e< DEEP SOUTH PEANUT 'SSd can tell It at I lower price, ao
POT PAN REOI BREADED that we can Mil more product
49 CNltlBN expand the market with
Butter "-.J.r ,:
Shrimp . n-o. Pk,. T the .elfish objective of making
SAVI I04 VAN CAMP COMNID e more profit. It la lust ai eXm-
STANDARD Morton Chicken, Turkey, Bee MRS. SMITH ple and u aeUUh w that.

Beef t2-oL CAN 39; Apple Pies '-" Si.. 49/: This kind Slicing of The MlflihnMt PI. he

Reg.D.DI. ": EnrliUJ Bettemllk TOMATOES POT PIES I went on to say, male** "ourpiece
MRS. SMITH CHERRY OR BLUEBERRY\ of pie bigger by making
BREAD jj29c the whole) pie bigger" Tbl I Ia
Fruit Pies. F.mllySi.. 59 In eontrait to tho. who would
make their piece bigger by taking
303CAN9 i 6 8-oz. 1 MORTON FROZEN OKRA AND tome of yours, h* ald.
They want more than a free
wOPano : PIES Tomatoes. Pk9.29 market will pay and my concern
gig, ; ,: la that they arc not selfish
: (FIOIIM enough. If they were really
h.e .., ree Man elfish and were really concerned .
Nawai bM. about their aelMnUrest.
Iatsl.IIe.MA/lalA + ,M they would realize that by their
.Tray AP.' IlnlI .-rrww proms they are destroying the
AT ANY W/NNLDI/ whole I pie, Including their own
I Bt SAVE 30< CABOT BRIQUETSCharcoal piece" Too many of ua, ha
IBid, have forgotten how a free
economy work .
79x The Industrialist and the
2 l".Q
x farm leader both reoognlted
certain proper rolea for government
5Ofdrt"--KGnu....' but they Insisted that
I'I wmt'ItfIS CXM'Off AND nmta br SAVE 7< ALL PURPOSEWesson the market place itself ii the
only sound regulator Of the)
a..N NOWAN JONN.Otken
hi economy. Taxes to ttlmulat.or .
Croquettes Oil'-. 28SAVE hinder the economy art all
,I _T.11. Air,1, tlr? wrong, Mr. Qred IneJsted.
0' Tares should be used to provide
AT ANY WINK.0IXll
\ n the necessary revenue for
SAVE 10* ALL PURPOSEAstorOiT \ d our government, not to favor
some group or redistribute the

I wealth.
25
Jar x Preventing Change
50 Erin2Vf firm Th. political controls and
Pole BEANS pricing systems advocated at
W1M IMS OOUPOH AND PUKHMI
horn are rally shown
up for
SAVE 1 1X( KRAFTMayonnaise
'_a,... no... what they are when we try to
Tropicana Fruit t Bars apply the name pollcl.a In
world trad., Mr. Shuman tald.
.T 4TI 49' H. wanted to know U w* could
; ANY WINN-0IXIt' 2 29 afford to oppose price fixing
I N I LOS. ; and similar cartels abroad, while using
program at home to
SAVE 1 10* DEEP SOUTH control agriculture Domestlo

program have Introduced price-

Mayonnaise 3 9* Yellow Onions 3.... ... 290 in.fixing human and controls tendency because to resist of '
St
50 Eztra'Greal d sod tear change. ln preventing!

1 I1w Tien COt1P0AHD Fresh Cabbage I I I I I .... 5< *and s In distorting Uwvltabto ebang-
SAVE DOLE PINEAPPLE agrlcultur., these pro-
/ c.ACKIN log .
potato or Dip Sunkist Lemons 101. 29 .roma agrlcultur.! have from"I back*.2 to American IS bU-

.... Uuns per year
Taw.Awe. I Ioo Juice. 251.
460. CANM Th. human and the
T ANT Wt conildermuon.the were .Tta
thinking
of th -. 101110
The government Intervention.
"
Ices/ Shuman said "do not
.
I believe that 180 million peoPto. -
Z e lOIn into the comp.t lv.
Zs market ezerejing their freedom ,
ldrat lvMIM + I e e 1 to choose, will make the
right dee Wont- .
Willa
leas t lROrrJ A11Dta1QtAl WI ra
tIoDaI., both
a .a M., CPACKIN'.oo0 e I F XWEU wW "llIluaU men"IIOWIN.obMrncs w..

Big 60 Family Cremes s Ii I II Ii I I HousE lilt allpow.rflll and turn.ute.1& over These tvipossibluty to

bee Tw.As.r. IA a trends to oolJtt'lIvlala WiU'ltl..
e e the free..
ANY WHIN-Dlxl! i and Competitive market
e destroy Il'IIdom Mr Gnde
i s laId. -If.. are
going to expand -
"' -. our markets at horn and
1
abroad. we must have
THRIFTY MAID BLUE M WHITE ARROWDETERGENT NEW BLUE CHIIRDETERGENT = ASTOR VACUUM PACKID 1 dom to move within alacrity the free and

... 1COFFEE Ingenuity and we mutt undetor ...
EVAP. MILK COFFEES stand and give t.be market -.
Ftilttsctei Iii *, well a* prices" wage, and
/ SANDY Sea 3< Toll Con Sov lie Giant BON Save 214! G4ont Bat 1 1s IX( 1.Lb. Con Scvt U< 1-Lb. Con profit an opportunity toAppUraUon. play



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Sack 79C for the! lady who

pushes the cart f

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SUNGOLD PATTY Neal ,iV9fl'rt* on what to serve your .v
family at mtalttm T Com In and s*.the Vr
displays of food products that will 64x a r
O L E 0 many assist quality you,In making products your that menu you plans.will All be \\\L ; tare '
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preened to ttrv*. .P D .0
Remember your friendly IGA Food 0
I Of. 5 C Store will sav*you more with its".v ry*
Patty day{low Pries. tool .. :,

4 r
DArT BARBEQUE

SAUCEivNNYLAIVD MUCXMORE BACON P> 39c ,


I8J39c FRANKS 3 pkg $100

SWOTS PREMIUM ROLL PORESAUSAGE

( 3 p>q $1OO FRYER PARTS

FROSTY MORN
WA BLUE LAIR CUT GREEN
BEANS Si 23C OLD SMOKIE lb.59c WINGS .

WA Cream or Whole Xwntl 19c 143139149IGA C

GOLDEN CORN 2c 29c P.r,Lb.

BEETS SLICED 2 303 29c 1''
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ROBEHT'8 VANILLAWAFERS I Y
iOOs.Pk! .. 29c

CHICIN.oF:
CHUNK TUNA 37c t.. "liMnS CHI WHITIy {
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CRISP TENDER IGA lbs.I
WAFFLESIGA Irk lOc 23cI1Oc :

FISH STICKS ';: 59c p Mid.Cue _____


APP EP or 3 for $1.00 35c MIlACtE WHIP


q W Pint SALAD -
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STRIETMANCHOC..DROPS of PECAN BANDIES P4 DRESSING
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J COOKIES 2 s? 89c '


TIDE 39c a Ip...,
CUO Giant Pkq. 59c
Tall>
I 29c
DOG FOOD 2 CODU
LImIt 0.Wltl. roM Order
LARGE PACIAGE
DREFT lack 34c

GLASSWARE IN EACH PIG
Gla&iPko.. 79c
DUZ MUCHMORE IMTTAHONSLh PniSBURY CRESCENT FLORIDA WHITEGRAPEFRUIT nORIDA GREEN J

LARGE CASCADE PACEAGE Each 49c CHEESE FOOD ROLLS CABBAGE.


LARGE IVORY PACEAGE FLAKES Eack 34c Pka., 49c 2 29c 3 for 29 Pow 5WALL'S

GIANT PACEAGEIVORY
SNOW Zmc 81c


GIANT I1UJOY Each 63c CHARCOAL


MEDIUM BARSLAVA SOAP 2 r. 25c IGA IM FOODLINER... .. BRIQUETS

LIQUID GIANT SHE THRILL Each 63c g:, WILS N'S

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GIANT PACEAGESALVO IGA SUPER MARKET :.sIs
Each 81c Ewl WathfaotM.*...
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Laymen's Benefit ,Women's Day Saint James Arnett Chapel Dodgers Win C-P High Lions Conclude New Bethel


program Set At Springfield Church NewsThe Church Notes In Opener School NeVIs Spring DrillsThe Church News

Quincy District African The puplio (Ia invited to attend Junior Usher Board will The Pulpit Aid Board will The Quincy Dodger behind Linda Dl.l. aid Carter-Parramore Lions, Sunday School open at 11:41:
MeUwdlrt Episcopal Church, the Annual Women' Day be entertained at the home of I meet Thursday evening 8 peen. :the fine pitching of manager ElouU Williams Big Nine, North Conference a.m. with our Supt. Brother
Laymen League President roeram at Springfield A.M.E. Clarence Nealy, Friday evening I at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Alto Anderson and Rafield For the last few week the lampion ended their annual Henry Palmer, Jr. He i* askingall
Willie Cos, announce that a Church Sunday April 12that 7:80 f: p.m. Member are expect. .Alexander with Mia Beaai Dimo" Flu won their first Lion have been the recipient Spring football drill Wednea- teacher and pupil to be
weeks benefit meeting will beheld 2:80 p.m. ed to attend. Friend are wel Quartermaa inteitaiiUng. I game of the baseball. season by of an unwanted guest meale *- day in an Intra squad game between on time.
at Tanner Chapel A.M.E. The speaker for the program come. Visitor are welcome. ,defeating the Monticello Blues *. The coronation and social the blue and white teams.Coch Morning worship begins at
Church II Mr*. Eva Statue Butler, She Visitors attending service Sunday school will begin at ;5-2. for the Spring Festival were Charleston L. Holt In- 11 a.m. with the Pastor Rev J.
The meeting will commence i. a member of Friendship A. Sunday were, Mia*. Willie J. I 9:80: ..rn. with the Supt. inharge. Anderson pitched 8 hit ball held Wednesday night, April 8. forma that the largest squad a* ,Neal,. The senior choir and
April 14, and extend! thru April : ME. Church, ChatUhoochee. Johnson' and Mrs. Mary Shoe- 4 I for the" first five nI The Junior Ire busy preparing to number and size of youngi- ;uaher will be in charge during >
ID. President Cox urge* that' Fla. where abs renders faithful maker. All young and old people are gave way to Rafield l 'f'u1ItI: isthe for the Junior-Senior Pro- ten reported for the Spring the day.Evening .
each pastor scheduled it alo service. The speaker li a member te,1'=P.'Adwl en I Invited to attendMorning :! sixth inning. monads that i* to be held April .session He also Mate that service begin at 7p.m.
urged to have full representat- of the faculty at Cartertaramore : Board worship service at 11a.m. Tom Thomas, Dodger catcher 17 team leadership is a prime position I .
lon form hi* respective church. High School, where Friday' night, 7, p.m. at home. I Rev. A. H. Hunter will led the Dodger' in hit, he went The seniors are In the process which need filling.I Refieldlias The usher are having Usher
Proceeds from the benefit ahe serves ae a Guidance Counselor. Members are urged to attend. I ring the message at both morning 3 for 4 and was declared Palter of writing easay and the big field general will On Parade, Sunday S p.m. Theyare
program will be used to paid Mra Simma la ...perine.ed Supt. Powell E. Woodberry I i and evening service. of the Day. poem and making poster con- exchange his unifrom for the asking the cooperation of
xpence of delegate in all speaker and qualified to hold announce that Sunday School earning good citizenship Th and Gown come May. He membel'loMother
The Junior choir will furnish Th loat of D. C. Carrol Jr. will all
endanc at the State Laymens the Interest of hoer audience.She will commence 9:45 a.m. All project i II sponsored by the be joined by next in command
I due music and the usher board t.o the blow 1 being
big to .
Army wu a *
Women' Club Day program
Curtis Field
League, which will. be held la hold a master degree from teachers and pupil are lilted Quincy and Akman
I mo, 2 will serve through out the 'the Dodger, but his little bro- second Sunday in May.
held the
The Lion also busy N eat
Jacksonville, during the early Florida A. and M. University to report on time, are preparing I Ii .
her Fneddie Red" Carrel U chairman
day. "Big for science demonstration James Hawkins Theadoreavenport Mr*. Thema Harrison
of a i :
part July. She U a native of Gadsden The Junior church choir and
Ia showing that he i* a good re- of the committee. The
Auxllary board 1 will
no. that will be presented halfback
The weeks scheduled meet. County and in positions
serve many tau officer will be in charge olmol'Jlllnr
are ae follow I ; $t. James Igloos and educational sctivit- .service commencing meet at 4 p.m. at the home of ilacement April 27 in our gymnasium. will be hard to fill. Hawkins committee i II asking the cooperation -
t.E. Church Rev. A. B. Mc- I., The sermon will begin pro 11 a.m. and evening worship, Ira. Hazel Thomas All members The Dodger are 1-1 in standing Tb seniors received their although injuried most of the of all mother
Cl mptly at 2:80: p.m. with Union beginning\ at 6 p.m. Rev Gary i' are asked to be preeentriritor and will face the strong, first aid certificate April 2. season, was considered to be Choir rehearsal at 6:30 for
April 'il.lII'loM A. M. E. Chapel choir furnishing the Edwards in charge. are welcome. Havana Hawks, Sunday, la the All seniors are required to takea the fastest Lion Holt and his the Junior and 7:30 p.m. forth
Church, Rev. II. Ford, and CODregatQft. music. Stewardess Board no t will Tobacco: Land. 21 hour course in wimming staff must replace pratcilly the Senior choir member
\ Opening Hymn Mrs Dorcaa Saturday night the Junior meet at the patronage with It 1 II felt that such I program entire\ backfield with only a Official Board meeting Monday
and number
April 18, Springfled A M. E W, 1>11r1ll. Prayer Mra Fran- James church,will of St. Ira, Lucille\ Mason entertaining. C-P To Host woud reduce swimming' accidents few tested men.Cornelou. night 7:00 p.m. The pastor
i motor to
Clayville
Church, Greta*, Rev. J.: C.: etna Preston. Second Hymn All are asked to b* present. enable student to help Davis and Henry 1 i. caking all member who can
Sander April 17 St. Hebron Mrs. Ruth D. Porter Selection, Ga. to rendered service The A.C.E. League will begin Vocal FestivalOn other In distress and to make Robin_, linemen will be mi..d. to attend the board meeting oa
A.M.E. Church Rev. II. McCormick Union Chapel Choir Sunday 2pm. St James at 6 p.m. President Long Jr. the student more safety conscious that night
and congregation. i Mra. ElUnor Walker Decalogue Scripture, Church, chair and member are Evening service will Saturday April 11, 1964 in general. The Carter-Parramore Lion
April 18 a musical program Mra. Lillie Harris urged to attend ferric at Rev.T. begin at 6:30 p.m. Sunday larter-l'arramore High School Erma Lincoln Daisy Mole, North Big Nine Champions, Church
MissionaryOffering
with several cholre appearing Mra Weida Roberta. F. Bradley' church, Midway. School board meet Monday, heels to participant Anna Steven, Joseph Stevens, played Northwestern of Miamiin Antioch
form thia Tuesday evening, 7 theSunday :1I1thtFt" Mitchel along with the Cw and de-
on program are Announcement, Miss Utha pm. 6:80 p m. Official Board moot Slate Vocal Festival and Yvonne "Magic ,
Sunday 11, a.m. Rev. LoulaMlmi Whatley. Solo Mr*. Fannie 1. school board will meet 'ueeday 7.30 pm. Prayer Northern Division. This their sponsor Mr*. Marilyn feated the C.-P. Lion by a lop- Lists CalendarThe
and congregations from All member are urged to att :; motored to Ft. Lauderdale aWed .
6:80 Anderson score.The
Wednesday
Brown. The Occoe ion, Mr*, meeting p.m. Festival i* comprised of choral Senior Missionary Society -
Bead A. M. E. Church end. Weekly serves will attend the State Canter Parramore
Fountlan to team
prayer Junior choir rehearsal at 7:30 high I .
Leona F. Solo Mrs. representing 7
Bumpier. ,, group will meet Thursday, p.m.at
Mt. Pleasant Will be In charge be held Thursday 6pm. schools Northern Student Council Convention were dark horse last year, asJncoln
Introduction of throughout Ro enna
Gracie Gunn. p.rn. of Mri
Sunday also at 2 p.m. Arnette which was held April 24. i Tallahassee was dopedto the home
Florida. More than oneo hou- time.
Mr William
speaker, Betty to report on
Rev. A. U. Hunter and member of the Little win the urged
Chapel, The crown.
Mr M. W, CLoue. Dixion Rites sand students representing 26
;officer will be In charge. 'mentation, Rites Held For Theater Guild presented a one Coach Wilson and Bradwell The Sunshine Band will
Speaker, Mr*. Eva Slmma Butler school are expected. entitled "The Pink meet at the home of Mr*. Ethel
Selection Uulon Chapel Held SundayFuneral Mia Darnella Andrew, chairman act play joins head mentor< Holt saying Thursday, 9, p. m.
Rabe RussellFuneral Drees" by Donald Elder at the Stokes,
Hospital Report choir. Invitation to Joiner Offering of the Music Department that< this i I. a tough conferencewith welcome.
Drama Festival Visitor are
Mra. Earline Barber. Mra. services for Mr. service for Mr. Rabe and Choral director, Carter- Florida Interstate such opponent a* Howard,
6. The Nealy request
Admission March 11 Through Sarah McMillisn, Mr*. LureeHouston Eddie linen well known retired Russell will be held Sunday, 'arramor, li spearheading the Monday, April were Ocala, Northwestern, Gilbert Chairman all Theadore memberi of
April I (Colored for this festival. She student' participating and Stanton, Jacksonville, that Suthe
Ms. Williams )
Dorothy April 12, 4 pm. at Mt. PI-gram banning
Ann Garner, Quincy; painter was conducted Wilton Preston Marion\ Brown, Planning Committee meet
Betty Gainesville Palatka Lincoln
Mrs Ethel Janner, Mra Betty Primitive Baptist Church. lie II being assisted by Mr. John ,
Patricia from Arnette Lizzie Washington the Sunday
Flora Ward, Quincy; Chapel AME. Mary Bradley and Pennacola. day following
Panama
City
taiiela, band director at Car
hula, Mra Pollle P. Simmons died Monday, 12:30: p.m., April !
Forehand, Quincy; Ha/el Wells, Church, Sunady 4 p.m. April and Joseph Steven It that Roeewald School session
and Mr Leila Aikin and extended illness ter-Parr.mol'l' and the rest of i II reported' ,
6 following
Qulncyi Rosa Mae Scott, Qulnry 5. He died at the Gadnden Qadiden County the faculty. The student making the honor Panama City may be one of the The Deaconess Board will
Rabe Russell, Quincy; Acknowledgement of visitors, County Hospital Sunday March at .the National.! Library Week will roll for the fifth six week foes to face this fall.Let' meet S, p.m. at the church,
bunny Lamar Moore, Quincy; Mill Ammrtt Rolax. Remark, 20, 6:16: p.m, following and extended Hospital.The be observed April 12-19 1964, were Grade 12 Mary Bradley, aupport the Lion' one Mri Lucy Galney chain-tan
ElouU Damn Quincy; FrankShorter Response, Doxology and Benediction illness. A native of deceased was a native of at Carter-Parramore. Many activities 96;' Erma Lincoln, 96; Walter of the state top teams. The Junior Missionary Board
Quincy; Beatrice Me- Paator Rev, J. C. Sand Jackson County, the deceased Leon County, had lived in Cadi- have been planned. All Campbell\:, 95; Ellen forehand, will also meet S, p-m. Mr*. Katie
Bride, Havana; Vet Rodarlo ers. retained hi* residence in the den County for nearly fifty of which, It U hoped, will bring 96; HolKce Hamilton, 95; All- CLUB TO MEETThe M. Thomas, chairman.Supt. .
Marlowe, BrMoL The chairman of the program Ilghbrtdge community\ for several year Several yean ago he join- about a keener awareness' on man Neal 95; Rut is Bradwell Parthell Gainey announce
Colored 0 Births Mr. 8. Jackson the The well citi- ed Mt. Pilgram Primitive Baptist 93 Franklin Amtac Club will meet
Marjorie year known the of the student concerning 94; Gloria Long ; that Sunday School will
Alfred and Betty Garner presld 'nt of the senior choir zen was a member of Arnett Church. where be servedfaithfully. I part the role that the library Moore, 93; Marion Brown 98j; home Saturday of evening Mr. and, 6 Mrs.p.rn.PowellE. at the commence 8:43 a.m. All teacher
Boy March 31. Mrs. Mabel Plnkney and member Chapel A.M.E. Church where play in helping them to acquirea Maggie Knight, 93; Joyce Mur- Clark St, and pupil are asked to reporton
North
Clinton and Flora Ward of the choir. is looking feetward he served faithfully until he became The eulogy will be deliveredby life long education. rail, 93; Rena M. Brown IIlj; Woodberry, time.
enter
Boy March 31.James to making this) an enjoyable unable to render service. Rev. R. It Jackson minister Member of the National Library Elsa Bradwell, 1111; Emma Carroll -Iri Rusts All M.member Woodberry urge Tuesday evening, weekly prayer
alnlng are
and Haul Wells 0 affair Please come and The program preceding the In charge A short program will Week Committee selected 90; Mary Wright, 90; to attend. service.
Boy April 2. bring your friend eulogy. preceded the eulogy. a* them for this leara" Gloria Gibson, 80j; Addle, Gan-

The eulogy wa delivered ky The survivors are Mr*. Rosetta National Library i Week, bus, 90; Eugene Boe\90, Governor of Georgia Comes To FloridaTo
Nearly everyone has i remedy What you put off doing today Rev. A. H. Hunter. Russell, wife, Mrs Rebecca 1 is the Key' This :: Leonard Blakely I : .
for the trouble of everyoni, you will likely put off doing The survivor aret Edward Dennis, Mr. Maude Jackson, served Ing as a derivative from Gunn, 90; and Geraldtn Wilson Enjoy Good Hunting
but hit own. tomorrow. and EddIe Dixon both of Urs. Naomi Jackson Mri Inez
,Quincy which three .other theme. were 90.Grade
Klttman. daughters. Spencer.
sons. Mr*. Besets Robinson I selected to be used during N. 111 Alonza Hamilton
Frank and Clarence Kussell, '96: Sherman 95; Roaooe Me-
New York the
daughter. City and U W. Thy are "Reading ie ,
sl I/ Mrs. Carrie Spire, Marianna, :ion*. Mr*. Susie Baker, slater Key to Opportunity." Reading :Nealy, 95; Carolyn Green, 95;
sister In-law, Dorsey Williams, and la the Key to New World," and Lenora Stephen, 941; DauyMoye N P TIt Gt1T45aE
Winch William. brotlier-ln-
141 Joseph Burgess, 93;
;
the to underlundlnr"
Interment was conducted: In "Reading i* Key '
I awi Interment will be in the
93 Willie
the Smith cemetery. Simm Betty J. Martin, ;
Mt. Pilgrim cemetery. Johnson 92; Dewitt Cooper,
Jackson Funeral Horn in
Betsey Funeral Home In
I charge. 92)) Edward Grant, 921 ElouisiWilliams
charge. Harold McNeill 92; Elouis McMillian

921; Johnny Watson, 92; Mar
Chapel Rites ForL. SappJamesMr. Trains In Korea7th cells Johnson, 911; Shirley Wig-
*, 91; Leonard Farmer, 91
M rJt R. Shaw and Mr*. Coleman Ellla, INFANTRY DIV., Korea fin'> Booth, 91; Dorothy Slims
v Sr. announce the marriage of Ltfee chapter end far Mr. ,their daughter Jaole to Mr. L McNeill t. son of Mr. and Mrs clnia Moore 90; and Lindi
Louis Richard Shaw on Friday, Stephen, E. Jaime, eon of Mr. Charlie H. McNeill .636 Cooper Dixie, 90. .,,
March 27, In the Monteriore and Mr Ellaha James of Montgomery at., Quincy, Fla. and other Grade 10: Dwight Home, 97,
Hospital Bronx New York. Services Ala. member of the 7th Infantry Edgar Grant 95; Sammie Lee x..
$100.00 JACKPOTAT wa conducted by Rev A. I Th. couple were married on Divieion participated in Exercise 98; Harry Cloud I 93; David
IL Hunter, Wednehday, April I 6, 1864 in Montgomery. Spring Thaw a *ix- 4:80: p.m. at Simms Jackson April field training exercise in Korea Helen Gallon 112j; Randolph
Funeral Horn Chapel. The deceased I ending March 21. Lightfoot, 9J; James Bate, 92,
wa a native of c:.... The bird la a graduate of The exercise! stressed< day and Gerald Robinson 92; Anna
den County lived here during Carter-Parramore High School night maneuver with opposing Stevens, 92; Harry Underwood
his early childhood, moved toNe and is presently enrolled atClark unite from the division 92; Willie Lumpkin. 92; Idj
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS ,. York City several years College in Atlanta, Ga. claxhlng in mock battle for 48 Lawson, 92; Loretta Slier 92,
She be
in
expect to graduated
H* possessed a !
ego personal hThe King D. Wright 91)) Bobbw
June 2lyearold
which for him fr soldier, an
won many Jackson,, 91; Jerome Campbe
ends. The groom 1 is a graduate ofGreenwich automatic rifleman in compan; 90; Margaret McPhaul, 90; Patricia .. ,
The survivor aret Mr*. Mamie High School, Conn A, 2nd Battalion of the 7th Uurchln, 90; GwendolyiQuarterman
5 BONUS WINNERS Shaw, mother, Mrs Hatel Sweet and attended Morehoum College Division' Slot Infantry la 91; Lizzie Washington .
I West Palm Beach later, Lea- in Atlanta, Ga. He la presently Korea, entered the Army In 90.
,ton Martin, Jacksonville, brother ) nl t.heIn the Medical June 1963 and completed basic Grade 9: Beatricia Wood,
REGISTER AT Jacksonville .Ire. Sallie Division of United StateNavy training at Fort Gordon, Ga. 96) ; Pinky Gilliam 95; Jamei
Shaw, aunt, city Mr*. Annie and I II stationed in Call- McNeill 1* a 1961 graduate Sammuel, 92: Ester Thomas :
t JITNEY JUNGLE \Martin .l ter-i1l law, Jacksonville fornla where the couple will reside of Carter 0 Parramore High 92; Peggy Webb, 92; AnniePendleton
r John Sweet, bro*>her-in after the bridge graduatein School In Quincy, He. and College attended -, 92; Julia Hopkln
law, Mrs Marion Bryant, Tallahassee !- June FriwwWilp Junior 92; Ruben Chapman 1111; JOSH 1
I 1 BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY niece and Mack High- There will be an "At H<*ne" Rockhlll S. C. B. Corker, 91; Bowie Gaymon, w lv
tower nephew, New York City. affair for the bride and groomon 91)) Audrey Brown 1111 Emmanuel '
6:30 P.M. SATURDAY I Interment wa made In the April 19, 1964 at 110 South If you live by high tell principle H.miltoct.1I1I Robert Hugh
many
William CMirtery.' SlmmaJackon Hall Street, Montgomery, Ala. you won't have to 'ea., 91i Betty McMillian. 91

Funeral Home in charge. AU friend.are.Invited.__ people. !Gloria Bowman, 90; 'Bett;
.Ao i Brown, 90; Ruby Davenport, Wffllaton, Florid Pictured above (center) b Carl E. Sander
r 90; Emma Davis, 90, Art.hu r Governor of Georgia, allowing off hit bag of wild turkey at the
,Frederick 90; Charles Harron' Dixie Lily Ranch near her*. Shown with the governor are Charlel
90; Belinda Jackson 90; Tern; Webb, left, and Cecil M. Webb, operator of the giant DM LU|
Milling Company and the Dixie Lily Hunting Preserve. Florida
Jackson, 90: Annie R. Keatoa
Farms wired Sander that "hi choice of Florida vacattol
Bryant a
IS FOR 90 Coral
90 Messes Roberta )
i
; ;
further evidence of your normal standard of excellence.
,dine Smith 90; Seven WU
son, 90.
i Grade 81 Mary Brewing-ton
'95; Gary Reglin, 94; Susie Clar;
I 93; Anita Jones, 92; Mar;
P Sajip 9i| Robert Holt, 921 Belt;7 i
PRINTING I 'Bryant, 911; Jmunie Horton 91
I Lucy Wood, 90; Freddie People
\'M1 90; Don Grant, 90.'
\1 i I Grade 7: Linda Salt 95; Alzadia

'M1Rfa William, 93 lluHif I
92; Rhonda L.
Rfa Yvonne Mitchell 91; Carl Sm art

,'911| Patricia Smart 911 Marvii
LETTERPRESS Farmer 90; Thomas W oodardR.i.la

I i, 90.


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i i I andI' Menu

MONDAY APRIL IS
Country Fried Steak
Whipped Potato
Buttered Pea

OFFSETSales Apple Salad, Celery and

Plain leUo 4I
binikTUESDAY

Literature Leiier Heads Liver Potato and Salad,Onion APRIL Gray 14

I Cut Been

i Business Forms Orange Enriched' < Slice Bread

M kWEDNUDAY

Tags and Labels 1 Chop Breaded* or, APRIL Bar B.Stt .IS C

Mustard Greet


G Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service c r Quick Steamed Milk Carrot Peanut Stack Apple* Muffle


627-7649 THURSDAY APRIL II
Farmer Jones Caaserel
Tossed Salad
Banana Pudding NIW (NOlANOf U CLASH WITH SOUTH Sirs Job Burn*
Con Bread (top, sealer). U, WIfe of the ant Nero Episcopal' bishop to
Milk serve ta Masseefauaett*. eyes a Ian police doc i side a ear
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES FRIDAY APRIL 17 after bar nits.Is St Auguatiaa. Fla' She wa arrested' with
Oisese BurgerLeUtwe Dr. Robert Hajrttog (left).a dentist, and three ether BMmbtr
ani Tomatoes e< a group beaded by Mrs Malcolm Peabody (bottom, left>)>,
Enriched Bread nether o( the governor of Maaachuwtta. Mr* Peabody b u*.
15 South Madison Street Bread Pudding and lasso I ming a* the auuurn tolls the group ot Megrae and white* '
Sauce way Stay cannot drink toe together take hi eat*. Mr*. Peabody
Hint wa_at* coos those person who were arrested ta tile dty. .




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people allkfuiiy, affe<.lively, and I lire la recorded In ilianrerirer
: with nonet lentleu evulln t.' > Book "<}". poSe III olPnkllc : Three Finish The Campore began Friday
CLASSIFIED ADS I FARM WANTED ffiSAlMTICESU I hi. 'ullci tied roaponelkllltloi I ihs Rorarde nf nadedei afternoon and ended Sunday
I I rr ....Iy If. rein and left ke ivunty. Florida, I will offer foiaalo : afternoon for Boy Scout from
hind him a hoot of frlanda who, end Mil to tine hlhet and Lively Technical the fifteen
T. approi. 180 acre*. for sourS Isle imealimH bt bidder, at public tale. foioach county Council
I loyally aarveel hi. rkurok nt tk. Itoutk front dour. which I* composed of Semlnolo.Decalur
beef Mttle. Bldn nnlmport- U lbs Court ef lbs County :: :
Judfe,, Oededen Count,. Florida .. a talttiful member .1...... of lbs Goblin County Court Beauty Courses Grady and Colquitfcnunllea ,
\ I 11: ant. Fall occupancy aatla I I. Probate. Iii... 110* nod Iruatee and k* was deo'loatto N... In Ik* City of Qutnr, In Genrgla and Cad
n".m and bo.td. .4 koeplnahla word and fnl- "10..Ida al II:I* o'clock A. Non
,
In NaIls elLola.
"'I>I I In! factory. Derriptlon price rOt den Liberty Wakulla Frank.lin .
loom mid ,
IKORRENT ,,,, pltuanta Meat ly illerkeiain* hIs oklltatlon. the Nth day of April 114 Recent roametnlogy grxtual
r"om, with onn\enlnl terma first letter. IJooHuodI Ho nlml tha Military .*r<. lbs rollowln deecrlbed land tohalides of Uvel! Leon, Jefferwn,
"0 r""m. Can supply own T. All Creditor and Prenllavlnc Ire of kle Country. Jun I, ..n County "lor.... aa deearth ) Technical Srhnnl Talahaaire Taylor I UfayeU, >1:1dld
", i >mie If nixeaaary With ClaIm DemandAaainet : id after ..,.leo at hoots an' ** In MId rinal Deo we of Includri Mini Chr .. Hamilton
I or Countlei In
*II, fnmlly. May be either In 1 W. FAGAN .ereeae. wa konorakly *l.. roroloeuro. t-wKi line Breedm daughter of Mr Florida.
Paid Batatai
fOR RXNTt On* tnrn* I I.>n to Qulnr. In .ood I --- -
oharced rekruary 3$, 111!. 14. I Block I of Ihedydwln
Yes and eaok of are han.by and MM W F BreertrnQulncy
kora (or 'U 00. on. two lii>< rhood. Katlred 1SS you of
Terry 8&., A* a token of our retard and Nook lalNtl..I.
r*.m kema for lit 01 par ."1 Ni n drinker Very notified slid required to .....m for him w* d* hereby D.led dI.. led dsy of April. Miss iJiwta Thorpe Two QuincyitesOn
wltk I pollened oak floor \ ".,--'I.' *. rtettta full ...nll'-j Ban Gallic F!.. ::.r:1 whIch soy data. or sod ..lIhor do.I ordep that this B..ullo" bo Is.aerlhod 1111. dauKhler of Mr. and Mr
Nib and kltekan sod all .. Ploaa quote Apr. 9 10 yu.r I. our rocorde Inle Ill (CIRCUIT COURT IL\L)
23
Alonu
31
ern .eonvealence T. B. "I oonTenlencea, tot of you. map .* ugahtat the day of April A. I> Hasp Thorpe of Qulncy, and Presbyterian
Illl
Or ria. Pkoa inly 1'...... Gad.dsu1 It eclat .( Lobs Mear, ..--...1I irmaaani momorinl"Ie km heater aa a Clerk Small Court Ml.t. Martha Kemp, daiixbt

| :l.nor'j lUll j I'I:late Jadie of Mid of County Oadeden, to tko Count Oounly I and tat roplea hereof k* f.,... Odda County, yiorlda of Mr and Mr. A.. W Proton Commission

FOR RENT I "" Florida. it hi. offlre I. lbs o...rt lobed. t* kle family and I* the 1\ of QretnaThirteen.

urnlthed kouae. Ikalfer : ;1.U''a.11J.1. : i WELL DRILLING h
Call MAIn T-J.UI. within all nlend HOARD 0" 0111IT1' (()a(. TICK MK\>Nn JUDICIAL CIK plpt.od the 1200: courte. tough) Four hundred sixty Prtihy.terlan ,

! FOR RENT 1.wo IAI.R 11.111. mftr R "I monthe from Ik. Mm of nolle Ik. M IIWIONEIIS, UAIIODmCICOUNTY I'VIT or TUB MTATN orrU .. ". by Imtrurtora who are eiprlenced '" leatlera have been rerUn
Featuring 5 Complete lire publication of this >RIDA, IN" AND 1'01'JU. .
Will C... ((4.bond) FEAMIIDA
nh.tI0o.
rent renebner fled
Houae Ilivimrd beautician aa commlmlonin)
Two of OMh claim to th
I Line of copies o I>HN ItHTNTT *
.
nfurnlahad. liotalad on row 1'1". ...vo"d I ,sfI. Doming Pumpa lot BT: Prod U. Wielfer
demand shall ko In wrltlnn. and Th. 104th nenrral
IN CltANCWHT.No. group began their of
atudl Atnembljr the
'"u.I. "'tl.. Homo (1taInmstATTEST
.
I block ( O BoP" or
treat Irrigation.
torn .ir "/*
I, hell elate lbs plat of to.I'.n. .
,, : Edwin I-IT1 In June, 1X3, and they Preehytertan Church In tine
Munro School Pkon 117 nl Tlu. ltor1l.rk ore noprepared *
:: : I and poet offl e oddreae of thu'balmsol. TUB CITIZEN ...d 500TNE11NNATIONAl. : 11. R.
f I ,'LAIMKD HKPA1K8 We TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE I i and ahall b* sworo I. INOTICB HANK, n National to take the llrenamrxaminallon
APAKTMtNT for rent C, I :: 2 Olocor CowIng MachIocs I by. ik* claimant. Its ,,"!, .t lINIngS rtcriTioui HanklnaInalltute chartered given by the 1\IIIp They have been elected tnreprrwnt
Dr Heddlck CM flea or .. war unclaimed. Pay repair CO. ttornfy and aocompanlid byflllne S NAMK LAW under tha I... of tll. HaltedBtaxea Board of Cosmetology ATI. 80 prwJ1erle. In 11niUiern
t-63ll, durln day. II Mil Th... madilna mtoirellent ; f.* of on* dollar sod Nolle I. of America th W
kereby Hire* that lbs pausing am4naUon and *
__ and receiving ntrthweiHern
ehapa. Writ aer.. 1421 South Monroe Si. IoU claim or demand net a 0 underelined riantlff.
m anaaar 110 N. Palafox BL, Tallahaaieo. Florid tiled ehall b* Void.CITIlh.N in kuilnee,under deelrln Ieoora. their licence, tho gradate stolen at ttw Aiaembly at Mope
..." 1"1.. SANK TRUST name of RIVER: the CITY flctliloua IRlINKRRVICJt JOHN WltJ.IAMn'aiMl POROTUT will be emplojed aa Junior treat, N. C. April 23-28.

FOR RENTModern AI.,. 2a. Ap,. I It II'I 222-1107 101 I A.COMPANY admlnletrator of lbs Etat a t Ckaltahooohee 1 MAN WILLIAM, his Defendant wife. operator for a period of onye The General Aaarmbly la tile

I 'It SALE 11000 HTU of Lola Mean, deceaeedHy Fl.rld' Intend to retur lbs NOTICB Or '"'11' r. denomination a hlgheit eeriest
Alr<'ondltlonar LastS T K. P01.05Ao.Iotoel .Id.' .In.' .lilt Ih. t'l.rb .f tOa TUB aTATK OK KLUHIPATOl Judge W. T Moor, Jr., chairman am leal court, which mrota an.
mult I of
ourt
S Bedroom month. Contact Trial Pfflrerrim Uadadec Wun- John WlllMma, whoce reeldenre of the Leon nually H eotehtlnii the
I,. FlorIda5 Cotinly! Srhon law and
lahed Apartment. '. .,. Talrphone MAIn "CUld'I' Plumbing Fixture Electrical publication March II, IIIdreaory la III Illah Mreel.Muffalo Programa
/ / Hodnay C Wind ham Hoard cungratulaled the under hlch thin
and Towlea New YorkYOJII group
Duplex kt 71S W. I __ iowrr t WINIHIAMApril chuirh
.
Suppllea Pip and Fitting. Attorney at lawQobney ARM MKHKRY: HltQUlU- on achieving thla mllriton In oppr." .
ton. Within walking Water Heatera. TU Board. Florida I. I, It, II It Kit lo file your cnewer er writ- their educational giiala, ai h. Or Janir A. Mallard Jr. the
lance of ahopt achool Attorney for ..tat* t.. defon,.. If In thehot .
NOTICie any, award dlb Annembly'a Stated
TX> ('ItICIIlTORIP'WhtllnA tod..lInounl't'tl .
Cat and dlplumaa Clerk
to
VACUUM CLEANERSNew Oil )Healer LIMP )/
churchee. Sir, hO It, Apr I, I iIM KTATUTKH proceed I nc with the Clerk .
sod Cird Cleaners In lbs Court of Ills CoorS, end to *erve a copyaereof graduatei toss name of ttiajmlnlrteri
of the County
OF TUB POI'NTT Jud..., Oadadeti .. ,npon the Plaintiff aiorney -I and laymen choaere
: can 627-7161 durIng TUB COURT County, ri r .
hours Any m.k. or mod"IRf'Pllrf'd ROCCOPIPE JI'rXIK, OA1WDKN OOUNTT Ida. In IVokaie. wheel name and add.... to represent Florida lreehytery.
I new or 627-6ZSI4. > HXUUDA In re: Helala of apposihnrnea. "n or boloro Ills' Irish Theme They are Key W, W Throw
lTATlIINJ. I ri. of IlllTh .
er t p.m.FOR. y May, \
NAOMI ;
1177EOTATB A.NliKUWNTo : er of Milton
Write BoxSilor nalur at Ihla proceedlnenelna Hv, Bronaoii
OP & r. m.omrr.d..d., D.r.a.od.
Phone 377-883S & SUPPLY CO. All Creditor and Pereune e cult for fnrecloeiiro "na Presented At Malney of Quint'yFnod May ef
n.otl.... on the followlnadanurllieil (Jump and William .
llavint ), A
r.lro Ca. HOTIMI OF FILINI1 FKTITIO.Nr lalma or baniaadaAmUnet Noon.an.
OIAL (Stall 44 YEARS OF SERVICE FINAL UIHCMAHUH Hal.1. Ketatel and real property lyHia Music Club .lr. of ranaarula.
In
b.lnl Oadede
.
NOTICE I. hereby .1... that You end oarh of you are here Ceualy
jSuI To This Area w* have Glad our final returnKierutor by notified and required to pra.aant rinrlda. lowrtlH I --
CUll for farm opar as of tho Fetal oB. any rlalma aad damandawhlih *ln at a point III II fedMul Lark L
PHONE Sewell
222-ISI7 and II feet Houill of The March
., tbei Four teme.own.d r BLOITNT dou, that you, nr ellkar of you, may ike meeting nf thQulncy ,
Northwest
Loan up to T yoara. Baa 1110 S. Monroe Street w. hits filed our petition for h ansapu Ittot th n..iaton 1 Naomi irtheet timer..of Ibo Mutle Club woe held .1
1051(00(1 ... .. of Mnntlrallo Pro dlatrlbutloa and for final '10. Anderaon d._..., late of Northwest yuen.r giiarter of[ ..lbs..- the home ot Mr. and Mra. R I II. Passes Sunday
.." Credit Aean. Office In TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA .harlo ned I"a' 0" April IIll sold Itounty, lo the County Judif .. trlrkland
lion I and hoIsts KaatII : Tueaday night. Ma.
Bureau Bld". <4 w* will apply to th* Honor Oedadan Couaiy, ..'...tl".. at run
tl Ihenca 'outh4I
Mar, II, II, Apr. I. I 41 : Ibba H. Y. lleynold. Count hi. off Ira in Ihe route boueo ., | feoti fecit ihenoo run nin Woo 31. Lark U llewe II. 74 of Ho .
of fladeden hIlt at Carrying out he them *
Judf County Kl..r vunly gnlnoy riorlda ,* 11 r"'l1JI.n North of the '
run ford
Ida, foe approval of paid .*turn. wIthin oIl oalandar muntha from lit feet lo Ihe at ke.alnnlnii )ear ot the National Fnlerallof wai pronounced doad on
point
and Order ho lima of Ito flrat arrival at the Uatlwlen
toe of Pletrlbu publication
FOR SALE Ion and en thereafter fur rinaXarkarae <0' 'hi. ....11_. "WA _..,_ _I : : Maid lot contalnlnca Muale Cluba, "MuilThrouglHwt e County
eAh"'rlarra"or"demandchall;; ; ; be' ,. mrs nero or leee :andkelna Uie World,0 MiaMarguerlta Ihwpiul Sunday April S.
Kiemtor of the
SALE I a
RADIOTV Will of B. ,.. mount, deceaaedNairn In writing, and ahall stile the uf In the Nnrlke Quar.Oar ) llendrli prenenlml Mr. 8wll WM a naUv of
HOUSES 1952 Willys Sedan ..e II. l .41MB place of recldencc anit pool of of I4ie Nonkweet boaster a delightful of lay County and moved to lloa.
Kecllnn I. Townohlp INorth program Muoit
SERVICE QI'INCT STATS BANK: floe addrecc of lbs claimant and Hanie I WOOS, Oao*. of Ireland" lUll fiord In IIH2. lIe mao I mem.
.
otalm.aol opened th
FOR SALK I bedroom KXKCUTOHOamnor ahall bo aworn to ky the I dn IViunty riorlda her of th* Aawmlily of God
d.n, deep lot, larnve, Rebuilt < I Kaealra .. All UnecAttornyi hla 'aaent, or a-ltorney andaocKHnpanled twINS. ami OIII'ICRBO atQulniy program with the comment *ll Church at Ttlogla.Funcrnl .
U Halghla. Call 1441 attar Make *e< ....1. for Kii>alor ky a Mine fee of00l Onilaite l>>unly, 1tlnsoIda has been sold that 'All the
Mir II Apr I, I. II INOTICB i dollar and auck claim or III'rv-, war cone
.
Auto RAUlOa wscp.commPHOIM this I day of April, .. .. world love an Irlihman' 11earcleaa
199. mand not *. filed alit k* duvtnl Monday April 6 front
FOWlS ,
!! IF INTENTION HAIR
TO gaiety, qulik wit, happyoIIII'
veldClare -
LAKH! HOVRR rOK IALHordys : 1 1'i.nitK iHr-uir COIlS ho Telugla chunh with
MAin e-erae MANN API'UOATUIN llev.
A MiepardAe .
and
Landlnc Call PUIIDAYStool roll FINAL. DIWIIARUBFlorida eiMutrlt of lbs Tail Will llyi sllooglao a Haurl ways, generoety John Henderaon and tlev, A. L>.
Chamberlain. MAIn -.UO. 856-5453 ItatulMIn .e...uty ('torInO.rrp win friends for him on every .
I and Tealament of Naomi A.. .... M..bl.. 'arramor offIclatlng. 1 h* body
Court lbs aide. Beneath these
of JviftQadadan
.
PmMar County
.... ".tlon. deieaaed happierhararterlatlr
II Apr I. I. II o TY .1C* Attorney at tow was Interred In llualord Ceinoery .
I County, Rial ofriorlda. FIrst puhllnatlnn t lien umlrr
April IlllIIAHDNtH an
17.0 West 1.- lot Madhinn Strict under
the direction of
roH 8AL.H Thra aj I.1NMN current of wleUulneaa lluu
wiik'hmay
ProRate. Tampa, rinrlda
nfurnlih.d hout In city IUSINESS I In No. III loin,"y mala llank Bulldlnigulnry >. Ii. II. H IINlvrilTO forth ler-Morg Funeral Horn
April
guih
.n Lake Talqln Road. Call In r. the Kataia of riorlda -- '_ __.__ UIlU..I.dlpfl'OlI' II. la iurvlvod by hla widow
I pm, MAIn T-II10 CIIARLK8 U PARKBH April I, 11 II. II IINOTI Til rRKMTOH the tranquil lurfar." of llualord ala Llarvnce.A.
Apr. I, I, II neceaaad rUmlDA UTATHTKMIII 'he** major and minor n........ Km,
To All Whom It May Conc.rn.Nolle L., Albert and It. U < lloa:
FOR 8ALB I bedroom f FRIGIDAIRE I. hereby *lve* that or roRkx-uimiRii *AUBNotice Oada.te County, riorllT 1111'\1. and Curtl of I'urt 81. Jo",
laIn Anderevn filed hIs (lost I Irep..1 Inteipreted throughout
dlnlnir den P. I. lven thaipurciiaiU
room room T v SERVICE kereby and Hilton, of Wewahtrhka!
br.akfait Prot-al*. tIn 1101In the evening
l of
room a e re*
room and patio kicellent ,.... a Repairs U Makes .atat of Charl 1. Parker, ... .......Nhicure, dated lbs Ind day re Kalale; ofKOHMIM "!tow Ar Thing In GI t't. hro* daughter, aln Ruby
....I. u'.s.IMACrB easel Ikat h. flied hla petitionfor ... ... ICR Ho White of Greensboro Mr
tion raaaonable price, Call .f April, Illl and eniered lafhanfery .11 Y /It' Mortal a number from threcent .
T-4U1. ZENITH final dlcrhare, and Ikat k* race No, 1-171 In thaOlruult al* smIth (rryer IMoeaeedTo label. llurke, and Mia Myrti
RADIO k will apply lo Ih* Hnnnrabl H Y nmalcal ahinr "K'lnlan'iUlnbow
Court of lladedcn (Count. All Creditor and PeioanoH
MOl'HB!! FOR KALB: Keynolda. County Judi of Od*. Florida In liani<*ry, whereinMAItHr ,ln. 1'1.'... or Demand ," was .un, by Mlaa Newell, both of lloaforU:: ; 5 half: f
leavlnc town for new job. TV SERVICE dan County, FlorIda, on tka 17th WYNN and kle wife Aialnil Raid Kalaui Shirley Smith recalling Irlah brother, Newt llllgh, at Callo.way. .
.ell quickly. I room and lOt &.., J.Ifar.osSHIRTS day of April, ll". (or approvaof I iMiltuTHT IRS WYNN are Tan and each of yon are her*. and Iwo al....... Mra. lame 4
Fruit Irene and flowara SERVICE an ma and for final .I..h.... nlalnlirra and ltltObOEVRil'llKtFtitt ky nal tried and required to ...... folklore irferencea to Irprehauna. uhnaon and Mn.. -tlhcl"'fUitli.
recently redecorated Inalda. -- -- .a administrator a( Ibis *alal* ef ) and lIe wife IHJJK aontao p .1.118. and domond. She waa. aopomnanHidI m
rated at II N Vlrflnla harlea .1.'a Parker, dereaeed tIn I.KK Hn.ruHn ar* doiondsnl.. which yna or either of you may the piano by airlu.: ;t 01 Winter Haven .
Phone MAIn 750. C W. tkl I4tk of March, *es4.15mm which rinal 1_,.. of r'''''.'lo. it000 a.alnat the eatela or Hoe. HoKera The sheer __
AI.". II, 24, Apr. II P. Aotlar.oadmbtolslrslor !01. N. rryor, ./tra Koeale Swill, bandy tIj r U. .. AND .. VIETNAM
Stiwort Young's oC tho soUls ..1Churloa Fryer, d...eaaed, lale of Karl, telndy of Irlth folk lunea walluatraled I
,oft BALB lioune. Made I. Parho.r. '''''1...''. onnly, tlrorila to Ih* OunlJudi by Mr* ItogoT play,. Th* United (Hale appear to
two 00" Mat' 15. Ap,. I. II It I of iledoHan Cnuniy Yin' bsoe acknowledged thai bouinVietnam
n..P I'Ilf1'I;; ; -- /ng am'h tunei aa Relieve M*.
Owner NOTICB: or INTKNTIONIX : Is. at hi. nfflc In Ih* cnur If I All Those Kmloarlng V necdi a alngl strung
ance. Wllma I ht.o.oitfs.Id <'"nip al guln Vouni I
Phone NAb aTm ) MAKB APPLICATIONFUR I e "Y. riordla withIn nIt inidar Ch.rm." and "The Londondcrry leader.
riNAU
FlorIda HtntulaaIn lllmHAIlUH I. monlha from Ihe tlln, Air* During his recent vUlt 8..

I BLDKOOMSTkl : CAPITAL PEST CONTROL Court at tho County Judge, I the flr.t publication 01 To portray how the enntaglou I rotary u( IMeiwe McNamai

I Rdr.. Him* I..... Peat Control Termite ladiden. County, Hut ofFlorida. I"claim. notice.or demand Two onplei ahall of k.**4 Iwrlilnv >h.: hytluna and Mary tunis hav p tad* a point of demotiatralln. \
540 H.' Helllael I".. {* I ., tupput1 fur MaJ t.en. Mguyen
wen In
end hell elale the elaiof reproduced campoillima
In
Cealrel Mat and Trobat
Tn.14. Ha..*...le.lee Irpsrae Ldry.. u. turk F......... In to lbs 11:.,." n.tII. Snider-Wells ..idem and pont. 01)1cC. ad Miss llendrli proaent..i Uianli.. This> win Ute with of
Hm. {...t........ Klt.. 1. 1\:1I1C1t: III. I )*...* of lbslsleaaei.. and I S mined quartet from tha gulny 'realilent Johnann.Algiilflianlly .
!.(. Den. IIMW Down H III Cell TalUhait FU. tn>o>aaa4T INC. ....ll he iwnrn I* by the claim i i r High Hohoo Glee Club. Tb Khann aowpl
aol, kle cianl. epsiitrneysoda"
All Who It CunmrniNolle
... May
lleaewo KH.t. Cell I ""Sole with Srrtc Thai ,nipanled by a fIllet 'a* sl r uartet was mad of Pal United Male I aonw.
1Dyro up
for -ore I.f........ or COLLECT. la har.br (Ivan that UlDI'-
;
Jack II. 01..... II* Wynn and *" Uubar filed hi. final re SatUflo" on* dollar and ." k claim St Nu. Cr4tf Delorea ilryan" thing UM patrkJai often
N..1..... ...... HOME MITE IIS-9411 pert[ a. aioouior uf tk* etat Sf i Always d.maad not *. filed hall k"ra'rl .I Stewart Illnaon and RaYII..nl 1 r/uad to cl...
I.'I PANTSLAUNDERED U. 1 Mubar, Pr, daeaaaad, that"
OFFICE 222-1711 U > TELEPHONE 127-71(3 Jay.. They "" .. '. -
'r. "
h* fIled hi. patltlon for filIAl I II I. rrrer, Jr pang () .W M'TII "
dlseh.reo. sod that h. wUI apply P. O. Box 443 Aa Ancillary Rieoutar of lbs 1'1.1'na.N number from thl; ON .

loft SALES I 10 ,... Iio.or.bla H. I. ht.yeoldn.I Uat Will and Ta.tam.nl. ftt urthcomlng ,.....nlll..'" of tinporetla. The Juhnaim AdinlnlaUation
... ., It httosboIrnith
II. '
.
rryer / / .
Julio of tled.d. Iou'"
Bedroom Ilouae. 'ounlF QUINCY. FLORIDA rryer. deeeaaerirel ) "Babe* In Toyland'Mr may be in fur eolle election
I Florida, on tho hills day of
FLUFF DRYREPAIRS ty publication e, 14April $ Hilt Drltker trouble |b
Down Payment April I III*, fur approval of earn April siottonpanindthesni 1 y realating leglalallon
Monthly Paymenta. Fin. ONE STOP and lor final dleukara a* e leant 0, I a, |i, 5541 al the planIlr.thov.n lo cut meat Import.

Inc Already Arranjrd. or of the ealaio of K. I. labor YES LADIES. THAI liked and arranged Ilsptoblirsni contend thai lilt

man McMillan 111 a of>,M.deeeaaed...*, till on thIs I4lk day Thos. Memorial! Irlah annga and used an Irish Western little and sheep rale
For All Your MIRACLE SOT
olla Drive. and 1 HI HON iirnrnrXr FAMOUS tine In tIle finale of his SevenIt .,* *i. "gning broke" becaut

ALTERATIONSMORROW >:I'lOR of lha Batata: .( CLEANING GENERAL Hymphony. Ihle .rran,.. of JNMMted ImiHirU of beef, valid
Fishing Nteds B. I. II'BKH.: IR, *.read. Revival Closes tent wai dramatically perform mutUm under volunlaiy
War Ii. Apri_ I, left ELECTRIC RANGE 13
Thorn MrtnorUI BapUnlChurrh ed at Iho piano by Mil Ukeenei greemenla stIlt Australia sell

FOR SALE Lake Talquln Road HUTU TO TATUTICMIn tHKUITOMriAlHIUA HERE. COME IN TODAYTO U rontlnulnf Its week The Hymn of the Month "0 New Zealand.

". D. Kenell. 8. Roberli (.. the Court of lbs CountyJudaa. SNIDER.WELLS AND nf Kv'n elltle Y.mphilhl Sacred Head Now Wounded,"
534 ACRES DRIVE IN Oadedea County, rior I throughout Thuridiy and frl .a* aung by the group and Mnohn Then II no qukk aobrlng.

CLEANERS Ida, In Katate Probate.In of. LEARN HOW IT WORIS day nlihl. No eervlc ,li plinned .notary pave lbS hl.lorl up prweaa tinM I* the only
ret
IS Miles South of Quincy .. Moore e> Crowfo UrtLtLLAN AND BIGHTS Harry 1'. Clark AND RECEIVE A VALUABLE for Halurdir evening. at the hymn Mn. Glenn Kin. medy.. Aerordlng to th* .......
Neir Lake Tilquln. Senator McClellin (D., Ark.) D-.... The closIng day of Ui* R- 11'1. pretldent, welcomed MI. W. Alcohull* Mehabllltalloit

Arrow Cleared IM, warned hli colleague of To All Creditor and petMarine ..... FREE PRIZE. WITHOUT rival will b* Sunday, April i: $Ihlrley SmIth t new member, rogram, it take 14 hu.ni for

. Meodland. Hprlnn, E I : confusion, IniUblllly and tb.. AaaJnat (laid Claim.or..1.lianianda. ANY OBLIGATIONS .1 Die evening brrvlre. The 10 the Mua4 Club .n aver**. Pt'r_'a body to gel

Crrrk border N. end 100 Pet lent Unanrrd 0." U they refuse to send the Yon aad oath of yon ass Her. Wllllain U. Wood of tnv Following the program, 111,1ho.lIP. rid of till akohol lo t pint tlI

Side Good IvU righti bill to the feenatettdlclary horoby IIOlltled asS roqulrod topro. WHATSOEVERI I manual Bopllit aiurcb Till- ** served a deeaert DCrookl. lI'4uor.

Ranchlnr E X eEL L I BRICK HOMES ; Committee, ..ntaoyo ,' and d.mand.whimS boos oo, to the guml poster miNewman .., Buta and punch. ,-_.
FlnUfced. you, cr oitker ol you, may I
She. Completely NEW
Hl'NTINO RESERVE. The Senate I. eo fir eon i iId.rlnl have aaalnat Ik* eatato of HarryP. I.-.n of the flint Bip- PACIFIC COMMANDI"

Term Phone 127-1244 Prior hurt at only the motion to Clark ......_. late .( sold NEW APPLIANCES I hat Church, Itolntarfclc, U the fallwood Admlnl harry I). r.tI, sent.swider .

er 1 ,..... $7200for ike vp the bill. The Dixie :ieaoty. to the County. Jude of muilrlin. Boy 01 U. ... Fortes In the
'.." .... rinrlda, at
I-Brdroomi. fb,rc.w, It If be 1. will let fflce In County the ODOrS hou.e of I-I Model Jttt CC ....* I Roy Bryant end Bill Castor Scout l'II'lrttI. who plan to ret'r' I"

ASA JOHNSONP. $46.39 month ile come to a Tote.ABC. .uaiy at gulnry, y I or Ma, hl'l Model I* lurk !lundiy h-himl and Tralnlni Campsites .lul.t, will be replaced by Ad.
per F in .1. ralandar ....nl h. f t<,n For Onlj I Union Ittdrri hive et.hlUh- ilral Ulyate S. Grtiit alhar"
O. Boi 141QIIVCT. e aloe. acotpt year old borne lima of lbs fleet .,,'.11".1""." ed Sunday, April II M Hlfti.UetuUfM Dedicated ",. ,
Ihl. notion Two tuple of ** $138.00 ''I
la trade.Write .
5 .C// Rang _
,ilalm or demand shall ke !*) Day In each of lilt Admiral Sharp, 17, tiaa .nl
FLORIDA P. O. Bet J4r a-Htlnt, and ahall alele lbs milk ftn*wrb doors I tlf'ptlrt..nlJ of their reepevUveorganlullona A* "!m.W too mllllt of the taM 30 ,..... III the
Buy grout
Phono if reeldencc end poet odlie adIroce sod all the other late! 1.11I&I.. and at
end their preaeat .
3fl1838C.Ir..G. FENCEINDUSTRIES 00 cwor of ik*to claimant ky lto.Ilmasi, and shall I ,.."" ..1 A cordial Invitation l. nfanided 100 ldor adult and vUltora spprooi.moldy ..1101ld.4 U.. U. l-atUU rltete wm.mand.

.. ilc coat, er attimiey aid arocnpaaicd : ': by the paator, lho Rev ,i dedkatlon 1111 ew put will Include U. a.
II1i: I II PI"J: U ky a fllln fee *( enetoiler TAII1XEWII Nw Mod ':- Guy Wide, lo the eomiminHy to aUwood Boy pet..program. of f_* '. th* pat!'*, illidthg
and .....Is claIm or demand Hoeerva-
I lot co filed ahaJI ae vuld. .i ci riiyeJi4rr Onli be 5 pert of thmee ..rv...*. lIon on Lake Talquln last Batdy the South V* "*"* war 11_.


Mettle A* irlrli 0. lark of,Ik* Katate atTk I frlg.rator $148.00 I Thf--; ';,,, thooa pasty lid untl.aftornoon....., at I Tb o'eluck program and The-Ploridi-A ""oKeJwi.- .
MALE Teeuunenlat
Will aad
Lost
i to lead end Ihwoj reedy to bo blUlelW1I
HOMESKlngsbtrry Harry P. (lark, deoeaoedriral I wltk kU the latest .*.- w.. ever around 110. Ptugram was eretucl

HELP WANTED NO pukllralkin April t, 1114 .....1! Ud..-. -- ---- Boy Seoul lined th road I" ctato '..11I" la l 6j. B,.
April I, I. It, II 41RB front the amp to the Lakevlewrtnl 1 aide II onlr In A,,,. Para.

Sewerate Plant *tuuSritn. '" I U> I'.. II I.... .*P*.Hy mmfUlorn Political road and greeted Dr, and i Ute Program operatt* ouipa.

Trainee.Hlf n 5 r TOOl OK Mrs. Cha/le* K. Wall a* they ar. Uotit thou' 'In JatkjonvUI. MU

h School Gradoale.II MONEYDOWN "*>ARI> or or COUNT OAKL.BI4 ajnminvKIONKIta CVtM- rr O.lf I Announcements rived for the ceremony. ThIs saM, Orlando and fenaacol

to 44. rr, Yl4)Rll'At Washer J169J5 I "*a dewrlbod a* I "frv-mll .
_
Apply .. Penon Wllk cadnec rogro6 ... a COUNTY ShERIFF thank ,ogDr.. Wall donated I Th* key I* kualneM thli >**/
loo tk* wlU 0 Ik latoal fUSED POE
leap cena of peroowl h lieu 'In
CITY fTILtTT DEPT.N ----.J. Hoard rf Conner t>*.inl el' iir* l.rt I boreby' annoum'* my fandldary aeveral hundred sire aHe purchasing powtr, and
Adama StreetAbKHMAM lad Ik* tndlvWlMl cMcakoreikereof I ) for ....Iet:11nf1 U thi:: to the Bu.inne* lUll CouncIl I Hi growth

Greenwoodend : take offtoul notleo *4ik riffle of Hherlff of Oadaden I mime time ago.

.- : WASTbl'KJRTLNITT UP TO 36 MONTHSTO death 10. of 100 Blaerl.. I. tte OaWorth APPLIANCES County, eubjcrt 10 0>. lJmcretkt '. lot Hcoul KuMI SnUlh Troop VITAMIN AND

for (nil tim PAY He fire ...... She sortie.of iTlmary May S, IM4.My of TaiUhtaaee Inirodwed HEALTH FOOD ItHVICI
jalfh Bliolnooa la ....1.< ) .. ik* Jarkao Co. Prodocu sold Remkr .1 lOU sad ooMlnaod' I 1- O.K. record IkiMUly, of TallahaeM*. Mr Special Dll .**t
n I
Aatt
over 4* ,..... .:ar Sunset FREE ESTIMATESCALL I II sm-b oarorlly nnul k* terminated serve on my poet U..IIII, |II rbalrman ol the llealt Food*
)I. siam Inveelment ...... Ika employment k it*. I Dry.r _' Only 69.95 your Shert/f. Scout Boy
war peraonal lnter lw PLEMMONS ,uary of HIT II. we. ckeelineally WIth hIgh sad PMT MoL I alnrorely appreclat youlpeat fJevelupiMnt CommllU* Ml. A4r y ..*..*, OwerNt
'00 and
Halo. 111.....' Hawleiik recmcleyed ky ., oo.IMMII. I ronfldenc I* SOS and ISm Inunodut pt prldeulot W. Kl*| SI, Fk. 117-74)1
i l > U porfoHtkrnfkovl. i
,
lefaa W rIII
I II..... Apr .. I a. It I PnoM MAIm T4MI jMy aa a akln for: UM Council,
Osidesom poMd 0..*', aialn sIncerely |
HETAHT: B plT 627-8661 Warden eff"ntt reorwT II. I poor >ol. and aupport *. Map Jim K4 Gilbert of Qulncr.I
mull a I.... ... roMakl" Illl, withal p.''HWa 01 fceo 01 I. .ldeal of th* CounrtL aWe
In Qut...,. tvmuuunt wH* ,I led tract ke hail lkrckl a.&. Drlww ISis *.1tunIJ.. address Oil
... ... 11lie Qulncy. Florida Olh Edward Qulncy's FInest
workln .ltI. Ito reel 0* kM life.Me Washer only $ 59.95 I riming of
.. Balnbrldg vkereeidoBl
lalllciai.' eapakl* of takIa. cereed kle r.*mr ..d He Pill reMUoal A'
.oonlkilltlc s.d wllllnawork LEONMOBILE Mil aII-r wainUmpoflUfoa. *f UM CouneU and
wltk 01".... A goad la f r- I '0100-.1" I -mber of th. National Sass REPAIR SHOP

and can take ,lelaU... ff HMIIItttt or GAIIODEN ttllNTT .U.* Board. Inlrodueod the
..II... train!*! proferre HOMES ,
,1 la owl kaad wHtle. t. AMBITIOUS LADIES UtrMcI ed. I borelry tnntmnn my ttnUdary eture4 specks (or the **. Locat.d at New

hot .. ./. Oadeaea 4> SoIss e IerYIce for declIne: .. Ills Of fir. ..... J. lUalMi fd. waakmgt

Tint* Qal.'F. Olvo al*. I'., Sheriff ., Uadaden County, .. taj ...1.... peal iperwae* W'II 5 former Western
AU New M_ TarUn cdiii WaaMrI Mbjort Ui the l>mocraU frlury flcoutmaater of Auto
fId.sIisI..Iary osp.ci.4. Apt..t"; i .,.*.*. c- ftowart. "B. a Suee.... Earn Extra KS This Year Many Soklqstaicue May .. l 64MaltfWeltoawi tho famed. awtnmaui. Oordoa

ta4 TraflM and ranaM i ta ( Law School ..
: 1''.'' dM : c1Jr. Store
BOUkKKEfCU I
aaadUac $."..... .....It.. r aad ir WU SU Avon Near Your Horn. chooM trotB lav ... thaa Graduate Member of Plorra rraal H. Watt advlaory

_,,_ Kmplornioat TOM wttfc laD Mrkpotter. Des -- 7 Year Lam tnfortoae4 B.wa_ juver Area

lart(4sI.0.. retail lass IBm..II.*lo*..i,*.*, .,... f*. hraitar .* WRITE MRS. DOROTHY MARTIN. I Eiportene a* SpecIal .to l.a.: .n.li, Bwy bonus ,1 AmerMvelhMl 1 WMt J.ff.rson St.

aytkiaf .4 *alMW ( plaqutIt..
referred *ot not ... Afent with Federal Bur*** efbnreotltaUa
Caeaa'e .* takla- ,* **** SXAL P 0 Box3345 MSS. Tallahasst. Ha. *) ........** MagI eating lbs proporty |a Ik* sic
thai sad wlllln. .> ._ Ha** COOL Dos 1 krg.0 ow fl.WS.ric. *) Cadadetl Cotmty PM* 51 lbs $roest* "* w H ..1 | IAWNMOWER3BICYCLES

....... with M.
permaaeal c..w. IOf'YktDt WU for hi* Mot gmterotwMat
worklnaeooaiilee*. Hly S. M M mite mId *l For D.talls. roan.Staa.
.w. kaad wrtuac t* P. 4* TlqJ ImvTallalaea *T.ryslaq to yow ..*. I Fen Cousty-wtd. km.

I a/s MIdas t0 TI_ law ..,___ ewer4namodlaU Rev, nmotby Elder, patter
.. Just flU Out the Coupon Below and Gin MatIacJ ., I
rltAJ B.
.q.. ()t.. ... ..1arF **. rtorid I.qdlbo. 04" .ak.t aaJoracI ,...... and .**. las */ rkJladlpkl rreabyler1Ckwrck OUTBOARD
i.aP5r$0e.0 U ud W of Qulary andkatnoaa
.. 1In'1IIt1"UOIt *MorcrlMe
Apr. MOTORS
"' Ull Weal Teawaao* Dlrtctioiu Horn ..
to UDGJI c.. .... looeerattoowttJl of U* CouocU Clod

"Af WA'IT&' Ie papply plurAlihl .1ec1do all lam M/orrrakTBt .. sod Cwu try eommltloe *fferth .
I..h PredsetO t. --- PkM m-ISU oar *(e
f.ICF, N part TaI"- HAMtADDHISS. cal Ireubl or r dICId1dooaI Ito* ..der lh prtnclplo AU peroM. oil ... ...*) ".,er. Tk SMALL APPLIANCESOur

.,.. I* _... W..,. .awl re FAC'111-tl M*..kkx i.os.Miii' rlrt09 '"4 ..T lyp.. T. group tIe WIUIo.-
rorttlAf *
I*. A" *. II lIfe, are OwtlOed M fair *ndhuportUI Shop Will BtOp
I to I treatabkt O' can sal 99 wnaq MAlways. GIlT" UeMa*.4 moIst .... feflowlng tk. improMlv

PAR. TINS. ...powna. .. .-r.t", Slav tt> rret *tmtx. thlmq. am 5aIgoW.fl Is'..*. "ml** UM Jo, Seoul put o* .raiwd by

haaa.p.'t4'O oJ. .'. . .' 0OiI'ShaV ISM: IRs florid kJH sad 3.lc. $a. I aUMerwty **k fat peer MIa I making mnwtrtto*) for '

.., '5 ...' B.b btUljOtti ceirtof art ___ ___ ______ __ ___ lee ad weimel tu May Kl wh41a etWe-rcmoo ...(*. were R. B. "Rutb" PALMER
qUo" p." Pork no tr_o4 ewre' j. Meal raJreiulkr4 I......... A campsite eervlc'

,; 7s..obasOa. 1. Sal uoo p.thSod& 1. I is.._ _j..i 41. a. (Mid Saturday ewtfLlq. I







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PAGE TWENTY GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9,_1964
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Carlton Renfroe Job training In a Navy rating
epeolaI y, : Industrial Shown
I to
Navel training produces the Variety Keynote !
\ Taking BasicNavy power In teapower by supply. .'
I Ing qualified personnel to mill]I I II
I TrainingGreat the ships, planes, and short stations
I of today' Nav>'.
I Lakes 111. Carlton -- -
Jt. Renfroe, 17: don of Mr and r
Mr Clerance M. Renfroe of
Routs 2, Quincy, has begun P .
basic training at the Naval J Olta j
Training Center, Great Lakea,
111. K. A MacGowan hoi return
The nine-week ed from Atlanta' where h' look
dudei naval orientation, history his wife's aunt Mrs. U C Bur
and organliallon, seamanship, 1'111 of Charlotte N C wtic Versatile
ordnance and gunnery military had been visiting here for sev
drill, first aid and survival.east week, From Atlanta she
went to Denver, Colorado to
During the training recruit visit relatives
receive tests and interview
which determine their future Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. May
iHftlgnmenU In the Navy. Upon and Mrs K A. MacGowan
completing the program they were recent visitors In Orlando
are iglgned to service schools with frlcndi
for technical: training or to Mr. and Mrs. It C Davis and

ships and tUtloni_-for..on-the-. family_ and _Mr .and_Mrs Son-


RE-ELECT qpp 9 rENA


WILLIAM D. "Bill" HOPKINS ,



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i I Thousand of Florida-made products, aunt a few of which are shown here, will be exhibited at
I the' Florida Industries Exposition Jn Orlando April .lb sponsored by the Florida Development '
Commission I to promote more manufacturing and sales. an Exposition banner to 'sell the
products are Pat Trlcquet IIl'rll and Nina Doty, Commission staffer, wearing the official uniform .
of Florida New York World's Fair hostesses. Shown are handbags by Flechbilt. Ocala;
Harris paints, Tampa; white silica building bricks, Florida Brick Company, Havana; ingredientsused '
Minute Maid citrus concentrates and drinks, Orlando; Taylor candy Davenport, Tarnow
Jn Tamparaw sugar, U. S. Sugar Corporation;dewtston; and a model i of a mobile: camper; I
Camp-O-Tel, Quincy, i
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ny Dees of Jacksonville were eral weeks. Mark Munroe, Jr. during the
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. bam McCall has returned weekend.
C. C. Cox. from a visit in Miami with Mrs Vincent Brewer of Del-
I Attending the Florida State. her mother, Mn. Sam McCahlll ray Beach and Cape Cod isl I
Association Council Convention Mr and Mrs. Francis McCall visiting Mrs. E. C Love. I
JJiJ JlOllJ in Tampa were Billy Bryant, will have ai guest for a week Jim Corry of Tallahassee'
You Mary Louise Letter, Pat Parm- her mother, M... C. V, Pace ofAllan. spent the weekend with his parents
er, Jimmy Barlneau. They left .... Mr and Mrs. Arthur Cor
Thursday and returned Sun Harold B. Streetman has returned ry. ,
ONLY the Slate Attorney hat unreitrlcUd author- J. T. of
I day. Miss Lynda Brinks accompanied home following a stay. Sandy Ocala was a
ity to bring Individual to trial for all felonies except them as sponsor of several months In s hospital recent guest of his parents,
thote punishable by death. No other official plays amore Mrs llorteniM! Harrison of In DOlhan, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Sandy .

Important part in protecting your life, your Tallahassee spent the weekend Mrs have Charles returned Lester and to their children her Mini brother Annelle in Cook law and li visiting sister,'
in law and daughter -
her
liberties and with son
your property Mr. and Mrs. William Cook U
and Mrs. Brady Me- home In Daytona Beach after
This great power should be placed In the trust Clellan, Mr.and family.Mr. visiting her mother, Mn. L. D.lIalr. Albany, GaMrs.
of on. with experience throughout this district and and Mrs. R. A. Bush visited .. M. W. Ivey of Athens r
Key, Branson Matney Jr. and Ga it visiting her son In law
known for his fairness and Integrity. their son in law and .
and daughter, Mr and 111... n.U .
Fred L. May are two of the
daughter, Mr and Mrs James
Commissioner of Florida Presbytery MorrlB, having arrived by
Keep Bill Hopkins Your State Attorney I'-' who will meet with the plane Sunday from Orlando

May 5. Paid Political Adv.) by their two grandchildren who General Assembly In Montreat, where she had been visiting
I N. C. on the 21 tMri. Robert Maxwell, student at
I had visited them here for lev Valdoata
Lester Gatlln was a visitor Slate College, Valdosta -
In Jacksonville during the Ga., spent the weekend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
weekend ...
Mrs. J. A. McCormac spent T. U Maxwell. _
FENCE WITH AMERICEAN Thursday and Friday in Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Elliott White
with relatives. hurst Jr. and children Nancy
Among thorn attending the and Elliott HI spent the week
::1 Junior Museum Antique Show end with her parents, Mr. and
were Mrs. T. L. Maxwell, Mr. Mrs. Otho Edwards.
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t and Mrs. E B. Woodbery Mrs. -
J. C Davis and others.
Mrs. Maxwell Strom left .
Tuesday for Orlando to attend SEPTICTANKS (
: the WSCS annual conference.Mr. .
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and Mrs. Pierce Williams .
I I|and Mrs Amos Davis were vlsl- .
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1- 'tars In Tallahassee Sunday.Mr. t $ .if f rlrt, fir.14r ; "
I and Mrs. James B. Ball
and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Williams
\ visited Mrs. O. F. May in INSTALLEDFOR \ '
I Saturday Tallahassee Memorial Hospital ,-

Rev. and Mrs. E. Nash Phil- .
pot are attending the Conference SALE (.: ;1. f .!::
FIRST PAYMENT MAY 15THNO In Orlando this week. t'I oJ ,.. Mt ..") f. '
Mrs. Mary Bans left Tuesday .
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morning for Jacksonville, as f
MONEY DOWN TERMS AS LOW AS official delegate of Washington
AS LOW AS $10.00 MONTHLY ,Chapter 43 to attend Eastern
!Star OES, grand chapter of I

FREE ESTIMATES (I Florida.Mrs. J. J. Wlckham of Yonkers -I Pl'I ; Make the friendly Quincy State Bank
59c per ft. CALL 627-7719 N. Y. is spending the week!
with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wood

INSTALLEDAMERICAN Out of Town Call Collect I I1 ward Mr., Jr and Mrs. Morgan Oliver 1 1I I your one stop financial center.

and Mr and MM. Wilier Rich 1i
\\1 i FENCE INDUSTRIES ardaon visited Mrs. O. F. May i
who U a patient In Tallahassee 627-6851 No matter what needsyou'll
I CHATTAHOOCHEE HIGHWAY Memorial Hospital, Sunday, I your ,
Miss Carol Boyter of Tallahassee
ACROSS FROM GADSDEN COUNTY FARMERS MARKET was a guest. of Miss Tee EARL LODGE

Munroe and her mother, Mrs i find that banking with
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il Stop by the Quincy State Bank today;



you'll be surprised how versatile

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