Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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SHADE-GROWN FLORIDA (i tt nu (ff-- nUtt.J.tmnrt- ;.,. ; Highest Week WEATHER Temperature Endlnc REPORT Apr....,14 S3

lowest Rainfall,Temperature week .... 110Rainfall 41

TOBACCO CAPITAL month .::.:: 1:S3

and COI111DulD9 Rainfall, year 22.67



Hinson, Weaver Re-Elected I Joint Three Churches Venture Baptist Will- 'Quincy & Greensboro Bands

To City Commission Seats([Conduct Study '

An Intensive study Into Bap-'Judged At Festival
I,hut heritage and history ha. Superior

been planned by the three Baptist
Mayor Pro Tern Leon E."Bud" churrhM of Quincy the,

Weaver won a close race First Baptist Church Santa
with R. P. "Bobby" Munroe for Clan Baptist Church and the I
-- -- -
a seat on the Quincy City Commission ,
Thomas Memorial Biptllt
in Tuesday's general I District Event
? Church.
? .k t
election that taw the largest The joint venture bit been I

number of voters taking part! set from 7,30 to 9 every evenIng PROCLAMATION
In the history of the dty. At beginning Monday April Termed

the same time Mayor E. W 20 and extending through Friday 1.we .

office fled" unopposed Hlnson..except returned for to a ,Church.April 24 at the First Baptist WHEREAS Florida and Quincy are gaining numerous ;:Great Success

total of nine scattered write-In new Industrial plant, and major txpantion to
This week of graded study
Votes. Into B.pUIhlator) and heritage existing plant, providing new Job and Incomes, and '
Quincy Band Patron
Mayor Pro Tern Weaver received
la not Just on a local level
528 votes while Mr. Mun- Almost all of the 1.500 Baptist WHEREAS Thete Florida manufacturer and their Club Served Ai Host

roe received a total of 4S2: only ;churches In Florida and some employees art contributing Impressively to the econ For Event
74 votes separating the twoeandld.tt. the Southern Baptist and oi and state Two-Day
.. 1 ,34,000 across omy growth our community our ,
Mayor llinson received
Convention i art giving this
Approximately J.OOO visiting
800 votes while Wayne I'their major emphasis during NOW. THEREFORE I do hereby proclaim April high school musicians anjhaperonea
Peacock and Yon
Billy Peacock the week of April 20 24. This Week In a
received three each and W .W. 13 18 a* Industry Appreciation Quincy, comprising 21
la the Anniversary Year, celebrating and do all citiien and local development bands participated In the
Bates and earnestly
Mahafley George L-.. < ..-- a 130 years of organized urge .
G. 1. Munroe received one vote Baptist work In America.Each and civic group to give recognition to and express lstrlrt It Hand Festival la tweekend
E. W. "Ned" Minion Len E. "Bud" Weaver In Quincy. The band
each by the write-in method.A .
of the local churches appreciation for these Industrialist and their competed In concert, tlghtretoV
total of D97 ballots were
having the same background employee during this period. big and marching.The .
cast and of these the election Exchange Club has attempted to develop the
board found that three ballots "Intensive Week of Study" to E. W. Hinton Qulnry I High School
land under the direction nf
were improperly marked and have better Informed church
two not marked at ail. 'hailet A. Burnt and the
people This la a major em- MAYOR
On August 8, 1961, when the John Bates Named In phaale that la sponsored by ireensbnro Band, directed l>y

people of the City of Quincy the Training Department of ATTEST: J. F. Crow Bryant Larry Hnhannan, rated mailh'RlUll'rlur
were called upon to decide the each_ church. I Hit Havana Hanit
issue of a three or five man The Training Union directorsof Vann"Br under the direction of Early O.Urarkln .
commission 681 votes wets' the churches are directingthe t Is rated excellent In con

counted. A public opinion elec Book Of Golden DeedsJohn effort to encourage a better cart good In tight reading and

than In January 1962 taw 636 understanding 011... Baptists Mrs. Johnson Fred Jones At Honor Recipient superior' In marching Time,
ballots This gives the and their Band
Tuesday cut.election the distinctionof W. Bate received the body has country done aa No muchin religious New PresidentOf theVf: IVryant, pieslilent! : of J. Urou Jones, was Judged
Book of Golden Deeds" award Slate MeetingsFred FrA Chapter| xcellent In concert, excellent
having the greatest amount the development of
the Woman's Club StJ was awarded a lino( Doyle Conner In
of Interest generated in the history Tuesday evening et Quincy freedom" and "church-state separation" State WSCS slKhtreadlng and superior la
Exchange Clubt annual Ladles Jones, manager of Krlinlarthlp last week .t marching
of have
The City Quincy.Commission met at Night dinner. Mr. Bates waa This will aa be an entirely Baptists.graded The three-day meeting of the Jadsden County Chamber 01'' the 20th Annual fat Cattle: The solo and ensemble rat

12 noon Wednesday at the City selected for his many service Slates ConcertThe UMItoir .. ..... Tent Florida Methodist Woman' Society Commerce, la In Orlando and Show and Sale ngt for the Quincy student
Hall at which time the official to people and the community of Christian Service ended Clearwater this week attending I Vann the sun of Mr and Mn weed Allen Smith piano suertor .
The presentation made by third and last concert In with Keith Bryant of Uiwntlxro" .
canva of the election was on Thursday April he" Florida Industries Ex poll ; Ulan Jeffcoat, twirling
Judge li. Y. Reynolds in behalf the series given by the Woman's City Commission anda hat been active worker WFVA
held. They will meet again at the Installation of officers Ion and meetings of the Fiords 1 an excellent twlrllnt ensembles, ,
8 prn. Friday at which time a of the Exchange Club Club will be held at the service of Holy Communion Industrial Development fur the past four yearsla xcellenl; Judy Smith planOelup.rlorl
reorganltational session will be reads at follows.: club house on April 30. Thin Public HearingIs conducted by Blahnp James W Council and the Florida Chant will receive the State Farmer ) Allen Smith clarU

held and a new mayor pro tern "The Individual rhOlltn0 program will be devoted to Henley of Jacksonville. Mn. C. bee of Commerce Executives.Monday Degree. at the state convenlim net, excellent Dave Langford

will be named and the newly receive the award this year Is American mualc, Durward Johnson of Quincy In Orlando the Flnrda .I stlicduled |In June, Vannraises drum, excellent; Tommy Bail
elected commissioners will take extraordinarily qualified by reason Among the artists will be a Held MondayThe will serve at president.The Industrial DevelopmentCouncil hogs at well tt cattle neau, drum, good; Craig liar
their oaths of office. of hit long, devoted and relatively group of band members under world's largest organlta- and has won many honors with tin, baritone, excellent! We.
City Commission of the lit twins at tlMiwt In MaillwmI'allahssaee
unpublicized services the direction of Charles Burnt ton of Christian women re- Ureenwald clarinet, superior
mil the Council
and by reason of hit having and a trombone solo by Rich City of Qulnry met Monday membership of 1,728,277 and Quincy, Includng Judy Itussell, piano, superior
Registration ports a of 100 held an all day seminar
night at City Hall and Immed- a trip to the lost netimial,
given of himself wholeheartedly Ashley accompanied on the In the United Stales. Among Sandra Johnson, clarinet, good
and unselfishly for others piano by Marilyn Williams.Mrt. lately went Into the burinets of featuring economists and Industrlallstt n A convention In Kansas City Linda Baur. .
those serving with Mn Johnson taxaphone, *uperlor
with address
rioting .
All Time an
HighIs holding a public hearing concerning this fallVann
He served his James Lambert will sing nd
"rIe- will be Mn. John W, Wilson of by Governor Farris ; Carolyn llrorkman.piano .
honor In World War U. 'bas several folk song and accompany a 23 foot atop of land Gainesville, vice president; plans to enter Chip,Is superior.Mtmbera .
ant kicking off the third
been associated with Centenary herself on the autoharp. between Washington and Jefferson Junior College In September.
Is Reached In Streets that the present Karl Woneburner of Stuart Mn'l nual Florida Industrie K Dry-I of the Greensboro
Methodist Church since Mrt. Hal Davit will and -- .
play tome owner and the prospective buyer cording secretary; tltlon. Jones U a charier Vhoul Band .-e'Ivw4be following
early childhood beginning with selection on the accordion and seek to change the. aonlng F. Shore of Jacksonville, trace her of the newly I treated Meeting Slated ratings In solos and en.

Gadsden County the nursery class and Joining George Johnson will present classification from &-1 to com urer. Ida Industrial DevelopmenUounrll temblee. : Hubert Clark oboe,
the Church In his early '-with' several number The south portion of Mn. Lyon B. Crosby of an organisation of the For DiscussionOf excellent; Ronald Tolar, piano,

Voter registration. In Gadsuen lie baa been associated Dick Jacob, pianist, will play the lot la needed by W & L Recapping Greensboro was elected chair processional Industrial development superluri Braaa Qtlntet tJemt.
of the Sunday
County reached an all-time high the teaching two Gershwin piece Including Company for a ware, man of the church and community men la the Mate. Tbla son) superior' Clarinet Quartet
when the book closed at 9 p.m. School since hi* discharge front "Rhapsody In Blue." ho tae.G. work advisory committee group held Joint meeting on AmendmentA (FMcher) euparlpri Baa Quar. .
4 according to J. Love the service and hAt taught' with and Mn T. Jason Kennon Tuesday' with representative of let UsmuKHi excellent MUed
on April the exception of one or two A* aa added attraction two O. Barnett, Mrs. Julia tneeUnt I II scheduled fa
Hutchinson of of Uve Oak wa named secretary the Industrial division of the Clarinet QuartetB.nileyl .
supervisor reg
who have I
people recently
yean, the Senior High Cite Cookie Sonny May and Emory p.m., Friday April IT lot UM I
utstracton.. The book reflect an of youth work.In Florida Development Comm and flute Quartet
won honors In their fields American
He ha served in various Mote appeared to protect They Legion Home at
capacities :
increase of electors lion to workable (Clark superior tn.esmble .
2,011 qualified develop twirling
have been Invited to on an addres on Wednesday plan which
In the Church, Including appear are nearby residents and were time argument In 1.ro'r
over last October, making this Ronald delegates told by Mn for Increasing effm-Uwnesi of : No, 1 Itsaman superb
service as a member of the program. They are concerned over the present .. wen of the Liberty Amendment will
total ol 1:11.: state aotlvHlw In locating and and twirling Ensemble No, IiKaanvan
*. Official Board beginning lo Tolar of Greensboro who well at the later offend of lit David B. Thurman of Miami be presented.
A Negro voter registration-I UI8.: Chairmen of the Commission won the state-wide talent eon- chan,.. Mrs. Pearl GUsson Is outgoing president that %hr/r escorting Industrial prospect Alfred II. Nelson l eBush.. ) superior
education drive Initiated by on Mission 1962-1D64. test for the Farm Bureau and the present owner of the land tale cannot afford to look at to appropriate communities. The Quincy and Greensboro
.U. chairman of the Florida
field worker for the Congressof Chairman of the Camp Committee Donna Dlckenaon, who wan After considerable discussion world eondltl"" through dark within the state Banda sue now eligible to pan
Racial Equality la credited named "Jeannle by winningthe glasses. "Our traditional In- IV.stIas.4 e. ':.Wadnetd.j Liberty AnwndnwM Commit/ IKilpate Slats resUval
for several years, especially and a vote of those concerned which until\ ... knows : edln\
.., .. recently )
Increaseof l1 as r. Test ,
by Hutchinson for an during the planning and vocal contest held at White It was moved by Commissioner 1, I and S

97S Negroes on the book building of Centenary Camp, Spring recently. Gay te delay action pending an, Lions' Broom as Keonoml the Florida. Commltlor In Tallahassee
This brings th. total Negro reg.Istratlon Music lovers In the countyare FARM BUREAU 'Wmu.Wiu..r The Festival
at Superintendent of the Youth Investigation by City Attorney sent te eolwiu : : began at )
to 1,427. Last October Division of the Sunday School looking forward to this program Towles. Providing th.tPg.1 Salo o'clmk Friday afternoon and
MEETING SET PostponedDue The KWrxln rontmlUe I 101 s part
432: colored people .
a there with
were anticipation.Dinner
for several years and a* a technicalities do not develop of the Liberty Amendment concluded Saturday evening
registered. member of many other commit. the Commission went on record Mae Guest of the American te conditions, weather ComnwUM ef the U. 8. A.. with with the gala marching conies

Precinct 13, one of the two tees and commissions during PlannedFor a* favoring the change Farm Bureau Federation will and other beyond their control hea.ique. ...ere In lot Angela. at Carry Athletic Field. Color
Quincy precincts moved from the past 18 yean since his A committee of residents of be the guest speaker at the the Lions Club member, The amendment haa pared! fill band from 10 tountlei -.

second place to first la the discharge from the armed Converse West Sharon Street met with I quarterly l meeting of the board annual broom tale haa been In ell I f1 .l law...* and went Jai'kwn, Liberty, Franklin. Cal
cumber registered. Tb. southern forces, February 4, 1B44.He the Commission requesting that of directors of the Oadd.nCounty .....pored until the week of through the Florid Houae .f ,beaus, Taylor' Jefferson Madl.

Quincy precinct now boasts hat been an active member t sanitary sewer be Installedy Firm Bureau. May 4. It.pres.nt.Nve. *4 the 1 last ia"lIo Wakulla, Leon and (. ..
a total of 2,1)4, 78 more than of Washington Lodge No 2Free Grads, FriendsInvitations the oily to serve their homes I The meeting will be held If anyone needs or deslret session by a vote ef 71 to 4', des :- presented a spectacular I.

Precinct 1, which has been the and Accepted Masons glace have been mailed They expressed dissatisfaction ,Thursday night at the Farm a broom er mop before that but was vent aotod spun kv the show

largest for at least the past 20 May 13. lilt and served as to all alumnae, parent and with the present use of septic Bureau office In Qulnry. A time he may phone MAIn T7016 Senai Approval ef 17 of the: Host for the event wst the

years, according to the super Worshipful Master of the lodgein friends of Converse College tanks In the neighborhood covered dish supper will be Keenan Auto Parta Company It ...1...* .. *.. T.. Qulnry Hand Patron dub with
visor. Precinct 9, Ctiattahoo- W: and as District Deputy In Quincy and other area residing which have a history of overflowing i served beginning at 720 pm. I Ii Ine, or MAIn T. 490, the -- Mr. Burnt serving as festival
Ghee, la still In third place with Grand Master of the Fifth Masonic communities In North Florida due to poor drainage Qulnry: Cost Office" and hit wishe nd District Chairman

2,068 10 voters Precinct lest I. than second District of Florida 1958- and South Georgia for a dinner In the .heavy clay soil causinga POLITICAL RALLY will; be taken care of, a club Swim ProgramRogistration Dave Greenwald president of

place :38. meeting on April 28. This dinner health haunt at well aa adisagreeable A political rally has been spokesman said.FLOWER. the Quincy Dud Patrons Club,
Registration of white people He hAt mad an outstanding wlU be at the Capitol City odor. The Commission planned by the Greensboro SotThe xpreased hi. appreciation la

la the tame period has seen an contribution lo, and lorbe Country Club In Tallahassee at promised relief just at tlwanls Club beginning at 4 30 I. SHOW the Qulnry lhe group.
increase from 6,81)2 to 8,032 benefit of. the youth of the 630 MWJRlie money becomesavailable. Saturday afternoun, April 23et reglstretlon -
pm.Dr. The Band Ftttlval .
children la the "Learn toSwim' was tern.ad
: Tb Quit Oardra tleb
voters for a net' gain of 1040. community. the *
Robert T. Coleman City Hall In OrenesboroAll
president '. tIM Viewer protrsn will begin Mar great success by the) Flue
following end of the registration tAJ A* one of those primarily 1* making hit first visit B. R. Owens of DeFunlak candidate subject to the;. liken tw-this. .tt.Rsrlag,_.. Tkarsfir. I at the..... Croat erllre en ds Bandmasters' Association,*
107 names were removed for the formation -
responsible to this area lInN hit Inauguration Spring appeared before the My 6 primary have been In- laid Mr.
I the third floor of the MasonK GreenwsldV "This
Apr || frees I .. .. wee
deaths, having ** -
due to
of Washington Aasembly la 1163 and will be the Commtslon ..lthque.. thata I vtted and will be given an opportunity -! Building.The due lo the splendid .
... eaop.ntioeof
lot ui ( al id tJ.r.e
moved away or through of No. TO ef the Order of the
guest spesker. A motion picture city ordinance be amended to speak. I I II the
(''''.. Tie publle. Is toIU4. trhedule .. follow-! Patron and tIUI.I'1nt.eFHt.ecl
civil right Kainbow for Girls, which was with color, narration and so that be could establish a I A ehlcken !
pfltH supper willbe First Cycle : June It-July Individual U
The rank of Republican In chartered Quincy on January U'.."._ as .... Tw.. "'.11._ en Cep T.. : _served at e'cUwk 'J J ..10 Quincy fteglnnert. 6 M a great pleasure to work with wee
Gadsden County rose from atotal
2Mh IBM.: Since that time he
of 190 to 18) Quite few ((...1.... se .... Teel Q s II f y Intermediates and fine helper.," be empha
above, 1920 Quincy "..... .la.dwch.

white Democrats to Republican changed and their8ta4II sev Fat Cattle Show Winners .Listdlbore 11.10 Qulnry Intermedia amid

re-reg.Cs.U.eed At the Theatres County above-.t, 1150 Cnla Quinsy, Jul, &oJ..h Urglnner, U'- April 21 -
1 10--Q iM'l iir+dn.n. 150UutUhoorhee Pilots
This Week Conduct
Ronald Olbbt 17-year-old| ...n. I and Quincy InUrmedlatM .

Practice Leaf Theatre attraction for CscsmbU County FFA yank, Other11 winner wire and sbo *. 1920UutUhowhee
Tiger the coming week include "Walt exhibited the Grand Chtmploa Clan A, Jim' Spunnsr Green- Beginner*, 1010Countywtil lancer Canvass
Dt_,' Misadventure of Her- steer tt the 20th Annual Fat bore, SMon4, and Kiev Stout ; Junior and Sens

Held'Thursday lift Cattle Show and Sale last weekat amir, Qulnry, third i Class B,! Waiving, 11.10 fksensbnrn The Qulnry Pilot Clue will
Game ..k:1: : ....,.
1ttPC. 21M Greensboro
the Livestock: Pavilion to Beth Huber" Quincy conduct their annual ">lout ..
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Quincy. His Black Angus winner Cass C. Kenneth Powell thl'd'i and Qulnry Intermedia** and House Canvase" Tuesday arumoan
Monday weighed 1.079 pound. and ry thIrd. abov; 720 pat. July -July 17 lad evening, April 21.

Featured Tuesday Wednesday was purchased by Frosty Mora 'y FFA runa.rip were ClassA Adults. They. will newt at the Worn.as .
B? Dean Jssss will be Shock Treatmeol. Mews ef Quincy for 75c a Sager Tull.*. Havana, third, Third CycleJuly 27-Augwt ) Club to report and have
Thursday...... Wrtler starrUig Carol Lysley and pound. "...* S, Fxldl Mitchell. Havana 7- a II Ceuhty-wld Beglnnsn, refreshments
waa a brisk cool Lauren Bacall j jFMtared TIle Reserve Champion was': ..rind; Class C Roger 1000 ChaUahooihM InurmedUl Mrs. Frank Illggln 1* pr...
alghiTldeal for football andthle at the Hill Drtv-la tbowa by Be. Castro a 4-11 erfrom Bartoesu, llaiana, third.In I and above, 10 00 Countywide ; 14.". e< the Pots sod **..

.llr the eM In QulacyM for Friday. Saturday. April 17.g Lon Hereford County. purchased Hit. Ml- th* llerdsmea award, It..LUessvlng...._ so Pass 1049 .,ChalU-... W, L. Wood Is ehalrmsa of
thl was literally filled | will be thiaflgbt at Ce- pound win lark Fletcher. ., the v....". CemmunMy Service Comma*.
k "pigskins drswutg a maMhe Creek" starring Audi 1 by Suber and Johnaoa Co. of bure .... plated third to tilt JACK-- The Americas Cancer .....
Quincy Highs spring Murpay, also "Tw Week la Tallahassee for Me s pound Uwllvlducl/ swart. UTTRELLON elety whose yssbe I* the
ISsTning wHli their *aiuttl This was the cond Maseru- I .word of Hope to
Another Tens starring lUrk ALASKA DUTY assay thing
Ties Lsetsr W Havana '
Baa skews the wet *
has i
Orange-Black Tiger game and Sunday live year to many people but M Is
Douglas Cyd a.an.e. the
Champion. cJrr winner la tile 4-H calf Isaac Jerk! K. LutUell. America
BaaketbaU cohort George April II will be Reserve .1 hopes and prayer* ef all UH
.hrtodl ble. Tulles Havana ...
and Let ..- opposed of AdJUlltmell1tarTIa.. Winner at the Doyle ColI.., Tommy tt *.t UOM assistant Bald 'some ''y. tbrwigh program* ef
Vtugha grtdlroa for 1100 Scholarships were Van*I wayne Shepard end Wayne rector for Caarleshia) AfB, 1sen Education.
elICit other ea the Food and Jim Hutton \ Research and .eMec
with VaughnsOrange Bryant of the Cireeatbor FFA Brandoa flit Uremitwr. and duty to Aawhorige AUUa.working I. the psUsal and kl
classic I family
the squad taking the game I Chapter and Lowell lUisUs1of WUllasj Cnley of Qulary were with Die Mad Crass4laoiOT hat this disease will be ,
MYF TALENT SHOW MeoUrelle, a Los Count A asking the winners M the FFA relief teem.Mr oiled and eon.

by a 12-4 acor statistic were act A talent thorn .baa been" 4-trer. both wtaaer are 17 calf err."""' *. Luttrsll. cat to law ef T.e mlllloe. eventually volunteer tend.

Although zee Orange elevea -!I planned by the alee Jail* MTF: yean eld.Third John Bnastll. County Attest, J. W McCarty ef Quite vaa Crusaders from all Society
kept probably of the dominating ,for I a'clork Saturday eeaing. place wtoaer to said a total tt M1.7JJH ws ale,... shortly after the 411.!*. life have jetnetf to walk .of
did ptod *t wU April H at the ML PIe_' 4-H M<>a< *oa p*<.ioa t1te1 paid far the Ml bead W cattle aster atrwb Abuka and arrived effort U
drptfunrot Cancer .
to thia 1 Tees sold. The II club calve! aver tile following cMxpier
both w.. ant SchooLThe ', Cadadra in Anchorage a disease which" strikes
M the scoreboard oval well to .I prorwde will be send to pMrt *f Jew Sponsor, ftoyd ---1 aged UU7 and tile 17 pea tots Monday. of three Americas families awe out.
moved tile but tend member* to the Methodist tuber Jr Deed DBord sod I 1I I averaged tilM. It Is jot serials whet. be Flgbt secret with
the 10 yard etrtpe this __ Tb Cdda Ranker Frosty Mva Meet let will te Charleston a thecknip
Black handicapped themselvesby ,,Camp la Ltesburf Bob Suber. GRAND CHAMPION Itooold QbU a JTA membei return and a check.
X* dslaMMi fee will .be I Teasfcdwart Smoaer. I I"largeat buyer at the anuwpurcaaaet mot MMil the Red Crea kaarinlhs4
a multitude ef penalties.Going last quarter,,charged bat aonslioos will be George revelt. Steve ....... from Cacoabio County, to fxoudlv *howb>; hi. 1.on.1 1 ] total ef M bead ef. wing for the euajter
Lane were' accepted acre and Milt ktaiweU pound block Aagu steer which seas named Grand eMIt, aa sraoual which. *oa I nutrias psvpl W Alatk Forests rr Report

eeeiMd like both each team.""< 011&' Tker win be door ,n.a. placed seventh M the 4-H > > Champion at &. fat Cattle Show and Salt. Also *ttowato larlud these *..".. at roils The Oadadea County Forestry

but the Orange shut bebrohss tile T ke .... lane Nail manager of frosty Men Meats el Quinqr Tk* ...*.. largest hearer eat SANTA CLARA Service report a wood fire*
:a tk* Individual I Wlaa-DUi which bought a bwalag 41 are te the pathsever
hitting for two consecutive with FIRST raateat Reeve BarUsscsi at Ik* which purchased Owe t leaf lot 7Sc a mad. Photo by total at U bead. Geld MarM. TIME CHANGEBeglwimg day Nmsber, wood

toueHdowaa the first SUNDAY SERMONS Morta' Studio.rerctaed tad ... .... ,fire toe
CeaurCUytoa Haras PTA Chapter placed ; 20. aVia4ay the Pasta ( Jaeoary 1 of this
l/ left **) tb* dock. aslather Tb Rev. Thomas E. CatUaep ..... TIle C4 *aaaar* FFA--- - --- Reread Clark. AssorUl Oar Baptist Chunk bas'year dda up to 20, burning
t the 4Sao4 .*tr tIlie First BapUsl jCtag to*** eaaipoeee; of R-.- was eighth nhlMted first lie rTA wiaver County Agent sstd tie pews. ......led lk t evening worship. yes. aeree. Mamber ef wood
Miaaroe about pea It* yard to Quark, will >Uer Ute stes"Uaflalsked tat Mews Jens Clark lad VataBryt The Mcseid pUre FT A wiMttrfe I* to CIaac CIa MN. M the ..... tanae/ed very ssrvte ler 20 pa. sad TrslavH f.... reported tt Ul same tame
carried H .",>. Bsslnrss.Saaday .- placed feartk tke Hans favorably with tile surreal .*t- >g t"ate for IM at a year age totaled 43, buralag
set ep Ute tally. The eliavutM taoralag.M rf A Tea Reger BarVMe Char A was exhibited byJoha a Let 4 aatpeuiie for tie market prtee .1 The b... Noel Hash, ...... Wt acre

M a U yard pass tram LaaWre Ik evening srrvtt. Mr *. Rarbare Seller and PbttUad Clark ef C..a bee.. ,animals bate. etUfaMed. fer the aVKb M?. ReaseU ad Hi .... get reasMi far Ute time RalBfall .to the Qulney area

Hank Burnett to Ckartte seowdaryBig CuttMe't --. "ItI fa T. ;. was fttTk; Md tk Aral place FFA ........ to Class I first time the two tae plare Clark s..d th* entire Fat CatII -baaige ass to eatable families this past week .sveraged uOi;

to lbs Black ywin be based eat tie 4tta y FTA Teem TeauaytaaHk. b .a* ... ** by Craig McMtts were eve by MM deal. ...... Stew. a4 Sal wet "....1It ie be together snore MI .**> Koaedalc, 140 Havana 40 'DaI1Ie

laeeaa.eee 24s ...-....Deyto.. trove.r Fere-. Soot ef II Kaaga. fete Matvae. set Dl *-e( Quinsy and Vans by.rat .4-H, ..c Freak MUM, Grass. ,,--. day ...... eouaty anrage, Ul.

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the Constitution. Th eonatitut- I The Tallahassee observant > Mrs. S. J. Bush and daughter
Three Baptist Ion or law of any state, or the one of some 40 held across the Mrs. E. P. Scott of GamssvUk
laws of the United States shall i country each year Emory's 22- were recent guests of Mr. and
IC...,.... traw P.a. 0.. y 4 jot be subject to the terms of 000 alumni are found In each ol I Mrs. Bricey Farramore.GOOD .

e study. There win be a place any foreign or domestic agreement i the 60 states and In some 69 .
provided for every age person 5r which would abrogate this foreign countries II' II' II' II'
from the nursery through the 1 a amendment The activities of Since Its founding In 1836
adults The Young People and the United States Government Emory has become OM of the
Adults will be concerned with whkh vtloet the Intent and pun nation's major prlvately-e 4ow. GOVERNMENT
BspUst and Religious Uber- I pone of this amendment shill, ed universities. Nearly 9,000 DEPENDS UPON
tr," The Intermediates will within a period of thaw roars students study on IU Atlanta
deal with 'Champion of Re. from the date of the rsUflcat- campus where Emory operatesa YOUR VOTE
llslous Liberty The Junior Ion of this amendment, be limited college, graduate school, and f .
theme Is 'Fighters for Free. iSPECIAL and the properties and school of medicine, law, theology
dom" and the primary them li y facilities affected shall b* laid dentistry, nursing, business
"My Country" There will be Three years after the. rmtifwat- administration REELECTr
a beginner group and a nursery iota of this amendment the sixteenth Dr Francis T. Holland is
will be provided at the church article of amendment to president of the Tallahasseearea
for thos who have small children the Constitution< of the United Club. Member coma from
and would like to com to State shall stand repealed and T.llw.nd from ApalachIcola +
this wick: of study thereafter Congrea shell lot Chattaboochce, Greensboro
\\if '-IWQ- .. Many new method will be on personal incomes, Havana, Quincy Aucllla,
Introduced tn these Interesting Matrtaxes Montk-ello, Orange, Greenville,
Johnny Taylor won first place In the Amer. learning groups Visual aids, Mr Nelson will arrive In Madison, Perry, Scanlon, Wslulla .
ican Citizenship Speech Contest sponsored by the Quincy film strips, drama, discussion, Quincy Friday afternoon and and from Grad and PI
Exchange Club last Wednesday at the Jefferson House. roll playing, pnnels, debates, will epctxl the night bcr Thomas counties In Georgia.

I Johnny, who received a $25.00 savings bond, is now eligible questlonalrt and depth testing
are but a fw 01. the In
to compete in the district elimination contest In Pen- which the study wlU be mad N v Fred Jones Major Owings
sacolaMay 2. Other finalist in the local contest were more meaningful ------ ----

Paula Walker (left), second place winner, and Brenda I James Msdlsos ls railed PRIZES Rosalyn Fletcher of the Juniper IC..".... tnm P.a. 0..) Is[ Speaker At H ti

_Thomas. third place winner. Photo by Martin's Studio "Fsther of.he Constitution" Jumpers 4-H Club was the winner of the Black Angus ,was spent In contact work at
and Indeed he Is. But had It Kiwanis Meet
call given at the Second Annual Building Material the exposition.Th .
not been for the Inflame of
sary. 'a Baptist Elder, Jolts Lslaad, i Show of the Quincy Lumber Company. The calf was annual Chamber meeting of Commrec of the M.J. W. A. Owings, for the
Swim Du to the complexities of seountjrwld Florida
Program summer program, It Is likely that the First Amendment presented as a special youth prize to 4 H and FFA school Executives will be held In pest four years an Air Force
of the United Stale ConvtltuHon students In Gadsden Shown with ROTC Instructor lit Florida i
County Rosalyn, Thursday through
absolutely no early or Isle registrations Clearwater
IC...li hew Case OM)
will be permitted nor guaranteeing religions daughter of Mr and Mrs. Adrian Fletcher of Greensboro Sunday. Jones appears on the State University, Tallahassee,
hooche Beginners, 11:30: County can there be changes made freedom may not have been In with uvdustrlsl spoke on The Air Fore InSpace"
any cluded. Is Mrs. Bill Rogers, wife of the firm's ownermanager.riMki program work and "Politic In Military
Intermediates sad the tn
wide class
once rolls are com I br Ma,..s SlutfW development
*. pleted. There cen be no refund. This week of gronp taming ''ImaU communities, while the Affairs" before members
This program la offered at mad a* the pool fee foes to Is open to those of ether denomination Gslnesvllle Industrial representative and guests of the Quincy Kt-
the Quincy Municipal Pool the city for na* of the pool, and faith who A'" discusses the problem in wants Club Monday at the Jetenon -
through the cooperation of the and when registration ls mad would like to cone This II an medium sized communities, f HOUM. Albert Kohnke,
Cadiden County Public Schools I and: the pool fee Is paid, It Is opportunity for teeming. 1'.c. and Tsmpa's Industrial repre- program chairman, Introduced
the City of Quincy and the turned In to City Hall. aentaUr tell of metropolitanarea the speaker
Cadnden County Chapter, The Water Safety Committeehas Mrs. Johnson M problems. Jones Is director I In his Introductory remark, EDWINBAUR
American Red Cross. announced that out-of-county i v of the Florida Chamber Cohnke revealed that aside
In order to register your child children may be registered for (Cft...... Pie. e.. r ri ) of Commerce Executives and I rom the four yean the major
in the beginner clan tile child ,swimming leans only If there 4 will preside at som of the has been st FSU be also served
must have had at least one year are vacancies after the countywide terett has been tilt chvrche session. Th meetings adjourn five years In the U. S. Navy
nt school. Enrollment In the regUtrstlon closes. Persons missionary. procntM bet *. Sunday afternoon and Jones I during the last World War. lie
Intermediate classes requires desiring to enroll out-of- should be just a* ceonnwd will b* back In Quincy In time s 15 year veteran of the U. S.
that certain swimming skills county children may register about social conditions, she added for the regular 7;00 a.m. breakfast Fore and his served 10
be met them and they will be taken la "Oun b s most affluent In the chamber board room II. In "str Intelligence" At (Best by far)
It Is emphasized that It will order In which registrations an nation and yet many of our peol next Monday morning.Surgeon i college Instructor he specializes -
be Impossible for any pupil to mid U there I* any space avail > are without food, ken* and .. In Far Eastern affairs, YOUR
attend climes unless the pupil able. lobs and thousands are unable communism and tactical combat
li properly registered. The payment to read or write." General Intelligence.
of the pool fee of 1130 W,A. Sechrent of Klngnport, Milt Marynith Nickels, Following the major's Interesting
for the first two cycles and $100 Twin spent two days here this/ former mltilonary to India and Speaks At State talk he answered several CLERKof
for the third cycle In advance week with his parent Mr. and now s field worker In this r ) I questions put to him by Ktwanls
and one of the parents signature Mrs. J. C. Sechrast and Ma country for the Methodist Boardof 4 a.A TB Health Meet member.
on permission slip on enrollment wife's parent Mr and Mrs. H. Millions, was the luncheon Ed Wood of Port St Joe was Circuit Court
of..the child Is neces I.. Moma. speaker for the young women Burgeon General Luther L. a guest of Al Baretlch. Eddie
--- -- ---- of the society. Terry of the U. 8. Public Taylor and Keith ttaughtry, .
'., I Member of the Tallahassee Y Health Service, whose committee members of the Quincy High
,' \ District wiles should mark on smoking and hearth recently School Key Club, were also H. has his

.. '". ..t.b'r. r.t I their Training calendars days, for May Leadership 7, Tallahassee cigarette reported smoking that Is a "heavy health present ability by proven glrln you

genuine work /rtJ J Jj Heights Church In T.llahasses hazard so grave s* to call for duplicate 'Bridge
and May 14, Methodist "
remedial aotlc, will be a
j t -<. > **iftgftij J 6 Church In Carrabell featured speaker at the Florid Winners Named 12 Years of

Tuberculosis and health Asso Winners at the Friday Night
SCULPTUREDkSERIES" : Public ciation's annual meeting In Orlando Quincy Duplicate Bridge Club Good
Hearing on April 24-25. game were Cot Dexter Lowry
1 Is and Mrs. W. P. Neel, first Mrs
Dr. Terry's talk, which ,
(c.." ..* F... ..
> crow Eileen: Wright e Dependable
open to the public, will be given and Donald
: : MAMATIC BEAUTY lunch counter and pool hall on on Saturday, April 25, at Cheshire, second and Mn
14 K rat whit* the ground floor of a building 11:15: ',01. during a Joint session Pauline Cogglns and N. E. Mill Courteous
LDJ.AI.OJ l'llkG.SZ.or yellow gold on West Jefferson Street. lie of the Florida Tuberculosis er, third.
was accompanied by Morris and Health Association and Saturday, April II there will
Suber, owner of the building. Ms medical It'dlon.he Florida be I club championship twoanalon o Service
Commissioner Gay moved that Thoracic Society He will discuss lime at the Quincy
the request be grinUd. The some of the latent development Gard.n Club at 2 p.m. and 7:30 a II' ..

$the ly beautiful.most efaWiwnt I,and th*en' Mr motion Owen pasted was unanimously told that and k '....'............. """ .;"..'-'",....- .. -. .. -'"'. .......-0; ,; i combat! in the his health sgency's hazard effortsto of pra. Silver trophy goblet will befloating THERE IS

.during *xpr ffons of yo f would take at least 00 days forth PROCLAMATION Quincy Mayor E W. Hinson( center cigarette smoking. NO SUBSTITUTEFOR
' The commission received s according to Its president, and children left Monday for EXPERIENCE
with Don Brown (left) president! of the Quincy Junior
report on paving certificates Dr. Allan L. Armstrong of Orangburr S. C. to make their
: now due and give approval forth Chamber of Commerce, and Dona James, City Recreation Tampa ha* gone on record .home. Mr. Boylae I It assistant. .
I City Manager to secure bldi Director. Th. event which begins at 9 o'clock Saturday ssylng smoking I* not only a toGer for Monmxito Crop. II''
on certain pieces. of needed morning behind the Agricultural Building of Quincy Hlgtt cause of cancer but It also has 01 which Chematraod is a divU-
equipment providing funds are a harmful effect on all other lent Paid Political Adv.
the Recreation
available being sponsored by City DepartmentQuincy respiratory disease .
The High School Athletic Department and the Quincy
Commission also gave approval FTllA's opening general! session
for the City Manager to Jaycees. Photo by Martin's Studio on Friday morning, April HARRISON AUTO PARTS
secure bids fot"l'tlurl.clnll certain 24, will focus attention on the' \
I i sljrwit in the City that for sis years. Also he has been topic, "Too Soon To Cloa Another USED CARS '
are In bad need of repair. Tiger Practice chairman of such board since TB Hospital, The keynote -I I'
I August of 1M3 speaker will be Malcolm USED PARTS for all makes
I Ii i (c........ craw r... O... Because of his unselfish d. Ogden, administrative of Cars and Trucks '
II hand running at fullback, bar VO'1MIII0 all of these activities IlK to Oov. Farms Bryant.1IIItt-1

14 Karat white I (('.......* rent .... 0..| reled over for the extra pointWith and because of his abllMy to Tuberculosis The Florida Workers 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
inspire to do their heeded
a little over three minutes young men I BUY JUNTO CARS
oryiOowfoid BUDGET TKftMJt I I mimic about activities a< Converse remaining tile Orange best In home, church school by Mrs John A. Meredith of
will be ahown. Carliaie struck again this time It was and civic life and because of Pensacola, will hold an all-day 1422<< W. Jeffer.cn MAIn 7.7115
EASILY ARRANGED Floyd and Heidi Swenaon, both. halfback Neal D*.la carrying his willingness to give unselfIshly business meeting on April 23 -- .
graduates. In music from Convert the payload from the 19 after of his time and taunts for

the will furnish the mute for s fake to Forehand busting others the Quincy Exchange Emory AlumniTo TIME TO WE HAVE .
evmJnic. Into the line. Club enrolls John W. Bate in
Quincy aJunuw assisting with its Book of e Pevo Paints
The Black mustered their Golden Deeds"
plans for the dinner Note 127thAnniversary Plumblx FlxUresCmnpleU
art Mrs.Pat
only touchdown< with I.08 left
LU fBuildlM
Suber, Mrs Norman *
IdoL.. Wooc19cwdcr on a 47 yard pas* play fromquarterback MaterialsAleea
Milan and Mrs. K. R. Klncald. AmendmentMII.M4
Arthur Munroe to
Reservations for the dinner e Aluminum Rootlet
halfback Harold Clement who
can be mad by calling Tallahassee area alumni of e Galvailctd Reefing k Siding
107 X. JeffroB &tneQt7JNCT., F1OBIDA either of the alumnae mentionid. out razed the secondary. i ( irmm Pane 0.. Emory University will observe' e HaiMewarn k Gifts
One of the
momrirtoa of the I
50 tr\aIat.W'ea. of the United the school's; 127th anniversary e Carey Asphalt" lUvflng
--- ----- ". -- -- light was Forehand quick openerDull StaU U required before becoming at Holiday Inn. Tallahassee,I Geld BvneSbeetmk
Into the
law. Thursday, April 23 st 130 and Gjrpcnm PredMt
end had ton nullified from by 34*yards penalty out,midway but I.T amendment provid that Ur. a Prentice Miller, a nan I I B U I L D e fipertiiic Geoda k Farm Supplies
f Other IUm
through the 4th period Government of the United probably known by more Emory' Plus Hundred *
Doyle showed the speed andmores SUU* shall not engage In any alumni than any other will BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
Mcesaary to run at the business, professional, commercial speak. Dr. Miller It dean of l
fiaanrlal er I industrial alumni and has been connected QUINCY
the tall II
.... lilt.test... eell.e led .I.sees*MI MOW ex MM tees... ..... Quincy High Competes m the as !rprM.! _.except .a provided la ,.with-0--Emory since 127. I

newly formed Gulf COM Con- I
.*rnc* with Blountatown, Port
M. Joe and Chlpley and their

HI Ii J. 1\, usual All rivals.Time High et? Y E.L.Bo ) SUBER

1f'.I...< tau Pica o..l

I stered aa Democrats during the
period. There are now 99 white

The Important thing about being the and white books 100 and Negro two There Negro Republicans are Independ also on 17 CANDIDATE FOR

popular Is staving that way. ents.A :breakdown by precinct follows -I ,

Pre W N Total
Wide-Track Pontiac I. 1717 2(1 2071l
ea 21 M
4. lOt 117 1121
9. 49 00 109
.. II* T 123

.T.. 13 190 24 11 217 pal have proved to be a capable and successful

10 I. 111M in 112 33 20M 211 farmer a business from which I am now retired.I .

II.. M4 II 13 1 987 63J. hare recently passed the Florida State Insurance

14.13. 1512 7. tn 3 1194 S3 Examination for General Lines Agent

13. JW -33 m I am thankful that 1 enjoy a warm and genuine

Totals IOU 142T Nit friendship with people from all walks of life.

John Bales My experience in meeting people and serving the

.r Mi.... '- e.e iha public is beyond reproach.My .

: bees I snember of the Advisory public good will and sincere concern for
Board .. my
and *...*, of his
euJfUBdliui work la eonoectloe fellow citizens is second to none.
"' ortamutto* k<*
3rd biggest setter Colors received the Onwd Gee e of I pledge to fulfill the duties of Tax Collector in a

than iB) la bit capacity M Chap friendly and courteous manner all the time, election
by more ever ter Advisor of Angus Hmson
Chapter 'D.sloUy store IM8 year or not

shoe the a.ps.r was lint Inedtut.d I pledge to operate the Office of Tax Collector
As a rwult at lilt
.*.your' authorized Pontise eM tor a wide choke of eutUndtog -

Wide..Trck and good used cart tod. lie IIIJ ..service." VIe la I'ftfPllllt this field of every working day. Including Saturday afternoon.

-Aft I hirt lie ltaeorn7 to conferred Lep, w HONf. If elected. the Office of Tax Collector will be my
upon Mess. -
'-..... 11.sod.hoe. bee performed Mma. only occupation.I .

--- "Wf K Moly I'beeMi

member tlo.of If the the Board Associated 01 Adwlatstr Will Surely Thank You For Your Vole and Support on May 5.

FRYER SMITH MOTOR CO. DeNelsy C1apwp fit tbe irate
at Paid Political MO
FMrlda. loehadiag ,
I!: East I.Il.non Strtot QUINCY. FLORIDA I tee cfcapiers with appvatt egm)

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and commerce of Ills community man without skill should havea which yean of bureaucratic old baboon, !
LOOKING I That U why h. it concerned job at a minimum wage, or II bungling have erected. The Mrs. Sillypanta didn't know
about the future of AmericaMr can support him If ha ia unemployed market for growth are here Inan she *aa on television Everybody
AHEAD Ahll n's opinions merit affluent America of ISO mil' who believes that standon
the most serious consideration, Plenty of Power I lion persons and a world with their heads with their tongue
kv a 0-,.S w... and when he says that "the II can encourage young people billion of people, most of hanging out Mrs. Sourbottom
....- principle of free competition to channel their abilities whom are hungry for higher thinks her detergent It stronger I
.craven... swsasr stands in the shadow of the into productive lives, or It can standards of living. than Glare, the detergent that
hangman'a noose," at he told Inatlll In them the belief till remedies for the muddle reflect the sun Doesn' she
Freedom Forum XXV, let's Ill- indolence can be profitable Involve chiefly the acceptanceof know that she can't get to tint
ten. It can encourage growth th.1 responsibility and assuming base unless the adds Boop-a- OU
REGVLATOBOF The federal government, he meet new markets, or It of duties In public life The doop. t'ama-poo, and Sllck-a- ,
COMMERCE thinks, has a proper role aa to I heed ivory-tower analyst who, Mblic needs to be reached In sack' Besides her washing machine
Editor Frank R. Ahlgren, of stimulus and control of the dabble with untried and untested a convincing manner by those would clog. t6at
the economy But the following theoretical curea who are anxious to contribute Then you better not brash 0k ,
Memphis Commercial Appeal words comprise the general picture And all of this because the to the nalion'a well-being In your pearly teeth with anythingbut \.
a community leader in a that he draws: Constitution Mates thai the federal his words, get up and "get out Glut, Glower Pepaopunk t \
great city of the middle South, 'In the whole ebb and flow Government may regulate of the swivel chair and Into or lurk-apuck, or you will 150.00
bit studied the proper role of of American life and business, commerce with foreign nations the mainrtream of public Ideaa" have cavities up to here and ,
the federal government In our the Federal Government .ia our and among the states and It's not enough that businessmen behind your little pink ears
expanding economy lie I* no business partner. with Indian trlbca" understand profit aqueeiea, An) poor simple say knows
Impractical radical who hat lived It U the biggest and fre- Having Mid all this, and more, plant modernlialion, business that no product la worth Us
remote from day-to-day con- quently the only customer Editor Ahlgren sees that we cycles and lack of Incentive salt thai Isn't new and Improved ,' JACKPOT
Iderationa. On the contrary he of major induitrlea. Space communications stand aa a nation at the turning The point, he said, la to convince Next war the poor advertisers $ (1,1JJ
hn. _been_ close to the business will do- for an-- .-->.- point. He sees the opening of the public that in helpingall will have to fall back on
,ample, potential markets aa one of business It Is nourishing all double Improved and newer .\ .
I It Touches You the great draiflaa of our exciting men. "Attainable markets, jet than new Of course, you and .'.. ,.,.\, PLUS
INSECTICIDESSOIL Then It la our predominant era With looming population untapped, lie before us. With I know that It la the same old 0
highway builder. new producta, and ever the proper perspective In government product, but we have to alt and
FUMIGANTS I I It .U our mailman. higher standard of living wider -I control, and with the listen to bored announcer try S BONUS WINNERS
Our banker markets ran be opened We i stimulus of free competition,''to nuke ua believe that black See All
WEED KILLERS | Our would-be school teacher. know how to advertise and to they can be reached." la while and red la green. LAST WEEK'S WINNER
It la the prime contractor sell the desire for more goods I And what about shampoo :
for towering office buildings Our highly akllled labor la Inc Why don't you drag out your
,and huge hospitals. ''cl..llnllta productivity, Automation Lunchroom favorite pearl necklace! and tear Men Thorp Did Not Have
SOUTHERN Ills the guarantor of airline la bringing efficiency It apart ao that you can drop Her Card Punched I RICE I :
solvency, juat aa It once provided But, he says, the element of MenusApril one In this and another in that
the land for ribbons of rails Federal control has gotten out bottle of shampoo and see how BONUS WINNERS
crisscrossing the nation. of hand, presenting ui with "a. 20 April 24 long it takes for the gem to
I Through taxation, It decide mate of doubts and dead-ends. Monday April 20SpaghetUCheeM- reach bottom Catherine
Sales & Service how much disposable income New Day ComingHe Meat Sauce And If yoU happen to shave ) Brown
each man and each corporationwill told the Forum: "We await Carrot-Raisin Salad IIIlIh an electric raior you know Ethel Hood C
have.It with hope the day that our national Cut Beans that those that cut this way are Mrs Myrna Cross 36 Ox.Pkg. 2 9
Inca control advertising, which leadership acknowledgesthe Apple Cobbler lar superior to those that cut .
la the progenitor of much maaa need to liberate Industryand Enriched Bread or Rolls that way and If you are silly Elizabeth Woods
Box 3 Ph. MA 7-6101 ;demand for new producta. agriculture, from government Mitk-Butter enough to rough up your poor Dorthy Peapes
: It decides how many houn Imposed restraint Oura Tuesday, April 21- delicate akin with a canoe thatIs
I a man may work, and how much la not a system that has been Tuna Sal.dPineapple olwolete YOU are as-- cr n_.ry as-- Limit 3FritoLay's
QUINCY FLORIDA money he may earn, and how proven wrong. It Is simply Impossible Salid/Leltuce 1.ndlllothl"r'-q-, 1it
much he must be paid to operate under the Potato Chlpa And the guy I like la the
It can say that unproductive _unwieldy and chaotic I controls_ English Peas CarroU brAInd noble knight that
Olives gallops over the countryside Gold Medal
I Wheat Rolls-Butter-Milk with his magic lane and aatnunds .1 7 Ox.
Wednesday, April 2J- poor dumb mechanic In CHEETOS 39c
Barbecued Chicken the greiK* pit and Little Le.a-I I Pkg. BLACK
Vote for. Cheese and Macaroni uer at the city park And what
Toswd Salad business has he got on a public FREE Car Kit Game
Whit Acre Peas thoroughfare with traffic running
Chocolate Pudding bumper to bumper Every Package
Olives The soap and detergent people EPPER
Boyd Wheat Rolls Butter Milk used to depend on movie,
A ti Thursday, April 23- stars and beauty contest winner I Kansas Queen 5 Lb. Bag
Cheese Burger.Sliced to way th. feeble mindof
t oMr Tomatoes the average housewife, Now
r Pea-Beans I they get a flock of trained srala I
Leonurd'X.st Lettuce They memorlte a lot of drivel FLOUR 39cIJ Can
; Cake BunsMilkFriday Square or and hold tell how a they husband couldn't without live 5e

April 2*- Snide In their waahlng machines 4
School's Choice Nuts to them and all
the poor dumb female who
) for rush U> their supermarket and
-r Too Late
acram for Snide
Wouldn't It be funny If some

: : CountyCommissioner To Classify the dumb bull, crazy by the manufacturer morns, kicked took I DOUBLE :

; I out all the bright young men 'Q
.' on Madison Avenue and just
By Ruaa.ll
:tt.: simply took 20 seconds to aay .... I COLA
l Hello Stupid! No wait, I am 'W* brought you this splendid : .I. ,
serious. Of course, this ribald television program and hope ,
salutation doesn't apply unless! you enjoyed It. You can show "
you are one of the poor dumb' your appreciation by buying our .. ",. I...
cluck who llntens to the radio'I product which la aa rood aa anything "(

District, Gadsden County (Countywide) ills and television for them.commercials, and I price on the market at the Fresh Green 8 Bottle 2 6 c

Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated No friend, I in didn't calling Insult yourintelligence you It U estimated that more than Carton

I stupid. The bright-eyed and ID million people will visit th*
Paid Political Adv.) buahy-tallrd Madison Avenue Florida State Exhibit at th* CABBAGE
boys did that. They give you an New York World Fair during
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__ FLORIDA DAY. APRIL 18. 1964

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES ENCORE? port form OA-C777, "Annual to estimate bli earnings for the
Monday April 20- Klwanls Club, 1 p.m., letfersou, Report of Earnings" to those current year. This will be usedto
and eontltmlnf Vb House; Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30,, I :-neflclarlfs who are on record determine whether benefits
as expecting to earn over $1100
Published each Thursday it 15 8. Madison Street R.A.M., TalMar-Quln Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic: In 1063. Even though the report should now be paid or withheld .
A Jotin H. fotrw NtwtmpttCSTABUSHED y Building; Social Security Representative 9:30: a.m.., form Is not received automatically another reason why It
1BOIQulncy Court Room. Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203, the beneficiary Is Important to get t report Iq
must file an annual report If one .
7:30: p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., applies to fall case. early.A
li .< taw*. Md a QW. r, rtark_ First representative from this
Presbyterian Church. You can get the reporting office will be at the CourUvm
One Year 13.00 Two '..no M,M ill UOBUM. Ft.7 form from your 10t'lllOCt.1 ae
In Quincy ,
every Monday at 0 So
1. I.. Hatehlnao. Nlubr Tuesday April 21LIfe Underwriters, 12 noon, Kittrell'sRestaurant curlty office This year, for am. to 12 root, to assist per.
Don Cinema A1e.rPedS, end News ; Canning Center, 8.5; Rotary Club 1 p.m. the first time, the report Is In sons In filing s claim or want
the form of s punch card. An lag other Information .
olrg Jefferson House: Quincy Elementary and High School Instructional leaflet Is also social security matter concert.ing
P.T.A., 7 p.m., High School Auditorium; Lions Club, available for use In completing
a NATIONAL EDITORIAL 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant the report. SALINGER: RESIGNS
Kehoe urged beneficiaries to Press Secretary Pierre Sal-
C '$ Wednesday. April 22- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Post file the annual report early and lager has resigned to run tor
+ tJ: : : Office; Exchange Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Jaycees not to wait until the deadline the Senate In California. Sal-
a ot April II. The law providesa Inner assumed this position
lace] 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House. penalty for failure\ to file a when the late John T Kennedy
'SON timely report of earnings. became President A former
Thursday April 23- Canning Center 8 5; Florida Besides reporting his earnings Washington newsman, George
State Employment Service, 9 -3, S. Roberts St for the past year, the report Reedy has become the new
form asks the beneficiary Press Secretary
National Library WeekStatistics Friday April 24- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon 0.

Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; Pilot
would Indicate that mourning, not celebration i
ie Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter
would be Week I In
appropriate during Library .
9 12 noon, Post Office.
Florida in 1964.

In modem Florida, only one-third of the population Monday, April 27- Kiwanis Club 1 p.m., Jefferson

has access to a reasonably adequate library. Almost 4 House; Canning Center, 8 S; Eastern Star 8 p.m.,

two million Floridians have no public library service.A Masonic Building: Social Security Representative, 15fi

study by the U. S. Office of Education Indicatedthat 9:30: a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop

Florida ranked 26th among the states according to 203, 7:30: p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148,

state support of local libraries (weighed by per capita 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church.
Income). ment with the President or any personality conflict or
Tuesday, April 28Canning Center, 8. 5 Rotary Club.
working relationship problem? ;
In the support of state libraries Florida ranked 50th
or last It will be tome time before the answers are finally 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge (Masonic), 8 p.m.,

The absence of libraries: U found not only In the known in full Meanwhile we know Salinger is the third Masonic Building; Business and Professional Wom.en'

rural counties of the state. In Dade County, for example major Kennedy man to leave the White House, and that Club 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant

there is no county-wide library system, and some people he left on relatively short notice. Wednesday April 29Navy Recruiter 10:30 a.m., Post

must travel 10 or more miles in Dude County to enjoy the Office; Jaycees, 12 noon Kittrell's Restaurant; Exchange

offerings of a library.It QUINCYCALENDAR Club. 1 p.m., Jefferson House. "

is the opinion of the Florida Committee of National

Library Week that two opportunities are at hand to provide OF EVENTSA Social Security to determine the exact amountof The Family Hour Begins at 9
benefits that should bavebeen
the books and the buildings which w. need for libraries I
received In 1903.
in our state. One opportunity is In the new library Community Service by the Information The "retirement" test of the You can call anywhere in the U.S. for $1.00 or less
Service and Construction Act, signed by President Johnson Social Security Act for work-
Gadsdea County Chamber of Commerce. 627-8S1K after 9 PM. Convenient Direct Distance
In February of this year which, if Congress makes the Social security beneficiaries era under age 72 U based on Dialing
In the Gadaden County area annual earnings to that pay makes easier. Enjoy yourself. Keep In touch when
full Florida should be for $1,419,443
appropriation eligible Calendar b based information
on reported by club reminded that ments made during the year
today they
were I the low cost family hour begins at 9.
for service and construction funds. To become eligible, are In a sense "temporary"
secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding may be obligated to file a re-
however the Legislature must provide at least the amount p t of their 1903 earnings with one based on an estimate of har4a.a..a.i.e.
publication. total earning made by the beneficiary
equal to that of 1962-63 when state aid and state library the Social on or Security before April Administration 15 of-' during the year. After I Iw Ned ewe on

appropriations amounted to 377870. The second opportunity Thursday April 16- Canning Center 8.5; Florida State his year Walter Kehoe, duv the year 1s past and the total. ."
comes In better planning among the counties for Employment Service, 9 -3, S. Roberts St rlct manager of the social security earnings are known, a final determination
regional library and a recognition by the Legislature In Tallahassee, said that ls made. |I
any social security beneficiary The report may show that .
17- Alcoholics and Al-anon
Friday April Anonymous
that such systems are the beginnings of providing who worked and earned over benefit were paid the correct
books to the young and old citizens of this state where Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; Can-; $1200 In 1963 and who had not amount, that some additional
today there are no buildings or books. sting Center, 8 5; QuIncy Woman's Club. 11 reached his 73rd birthday bythe payments are still due, or that ;:;;;;nj Quincy Telephone CoNew ,
a.1D"j end of 1963 Is required tofile the beneficiary has been
Woman's Club House Air Fore Recruiter 9
Each to extent the state ; over.j
year. some recognizes Library an annual report of such paid. Social security
Week but the lack of progress la Florida to provide adequate Post Office.. amines. The report Is used centers send s "

libraries and make this a happy week, appears to

stem from the fact that libraries have no organized lobbies

In the cities and counties and In the Legislature of Floe

Ida. Almost everyone appreciates that we need more eJLocatutmet

libraries and we need to Improve the ones that w. have

A wholesome public sentiment for improving library "". J) ABy

Ice In Florida exists but only by the organization of more L. w

public interest In libraries, and the meaning of libraries In I ,

our society can we bring new Influences In the cities and Hutch

the county and the Legislature for the monies and the
News U the basic ingredientof
planning necessary to provide competent library serviceto s newspaper.

all the people in Florida.LBJ's This U true of all newspapers
I News is the commodity for

which the public buys s news
ChoiceSome paper.
News ti the most Important
hard and fast facts of life must be faced 11 the part of the largest dally news-
Democratic Party Is to select the best qualified man to paper: It Is the most Important I.
run for Vice President on the ticket In November.The part of the smelled weekly. '

critical: question should be: "Who is the best ports But news on the la not front limited pane.to The No 9, r Iet .,, ,

qualified man to become President in the event of the most Interesting and Important
death of President Johnson?" news In the local newspaper U

The booms now center around Bobby Kennedy and retail advertlalng.More women read. grocery' advertUenwnti p

Sargent Shriver. These booms or boomlets, are basedon than read society
first!, the assumption that the next Democratic Vice Urns U readership researchcan t
Presidential candidate must be of a certain religiousfaith be accepted And more
omen read dress shop adveraements -
because the late President Kennedy was of that than tome front pace

faith. ..
The boomlets are also based on the sentimental notion In a community newspaper,
read Want Ads thanread
that we should choose someone. who was In the) late more sports men newi. A man II

President's family. more likely to read sq autorao-
tire advertisement than sn editorial LIT-T .
Both points In this reasoning are fallacies, which dealing wits national e \
would set a perilous precedent for the country.Yet pollcl,.. + 4R r.afe.tr ,

the only consideration: we should take Into account The Intensive readership of 10ell __
retail advertlilng U no reflection -
to be the Vice President of
In nominating a man our on the taste of the pub
country ls: "Is he the best qualified man available?" lie. The news content of com- .T

Obviously, neither Bobby Kennedy nor Sargent Shrive plete and well-presented local
retail advertising touches 41-
meet that requirement. /'ft'tIIJIOII the perusal welfare -
Bobby Kennedy' main claim Is that he Is the late of the reader.

President brother, and is a member of the Kennedy For the news In retail advertising -
family. But he baa never been elected to office (his late tails and or should tell, how
time on be saved
brother appointed him Attorney General)), and this alone It money Is news about products which

make It actually ridiculous, to be considering him as will Immediately enrich the life
a man who could qualify as President of the United ert the Individual.

States. For the hero-worshipers, or those who wish to The Florida Alcohollo RehabUltatlon -
perpetuate the Kennedy family In power, he 1s a natural Center In Avon Park *

sentimental choice but this Is not the criterion: w. should II located, with In pleasant no suggestion surroundings Ford Mustang2368This f.o.b.

be using. If we are thinking of the country's best Interest of sn Institutional sir. For Inrorm.lIon Detroit
Because President Johnson does not see eye-to-eye contact the Florida
with the nerd hope of the sentimentalists Shriver. I Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program -
Bobby. (and we're
P. O. Bell 1147. Avon not fooling!)
He U an able man and another Catholic But he too Is a Park
family appointee.This 1 h 's Is the car yon never exported 12368' fVb. Detroit I 1a the suggested mail ot.utomaticcounny lights

is bitter, blunt truth. Probably the best qualified J .rrri from Detroit. Mustang i U to distinctively price for a completely equipped' standard 0 floor.mounted S speed abut
man In the Democratic Party eliminating all Southerners, I ; r Muitanr Hardtop (above). This pricetndudn I1VJI' f.e.b. 010..11HI mrWtt tbetc
': ; beautiful it has received the luxury feature either not available
If of the features at standard equipment:
is Adlla Stevenson. we are thinking man who or available only al extra cox in most other
would be the best President should a President die In I Tiffany Award for Excellence in makes of can: .1wic..ynr Mhtdule (6000-mile) amine

office we must think of Stevenson or others of broad IT'S I A FJCIMM American Design the fine automobile ever to be Padded Derp foam Imtrumrnt bucket teatl Wraparound front bumper with

political and worldwide experience, and there are others. I''H1 we sat Ml a till to honored by Tiffany: Co. Mustang brings you fuU wheel coven panel bumper gouda from and bad
Curved tide
i the look, the fire and the flavor of the great European 0, Color keyed all vinyl Interior Heater (unleu glen ordered Front without ana)rata
Color wall-to-wall
RichIn iI road Yet U keyed carpeting Parallel.Action wimWiield
Suddenly can. Mustang as American as its wtpm
tl1UN I236K f.o.b Detroit she infMrt theM StfriT Yoke door latches
I name, -as practical as its price. And just look at fcaium rites count nu in other can: Final ant !belu(unlaa ordered without)
England a modest clerk recently won something Sports MeeriRg heel adjusting brakes
all the wonderful features the price includes: .
over $600.000 In a soccer pool These pools are legal Cigarette lighter Glore box light, 170
In England and highly popular. The government profits r-JYI e Jut-wed mail prira Dntirarin
nicely by them and uses its lake In lieu of further taxes h rtiiim Ann Dnroii. Male
aJ total use and tree tt ait?, ere
on the people. ntra While wk alla SUM am.MS. .
The people seem to enjoy the soccer pools tremendously.
OLO 5NOtMlu anti '
Many Invest only a penny or two pennies a roe I4ILIlLAII week. The clerk who recently won over $800,000 won'It race!, 'neW Mount OStr. DT*. !N I.: a SM :
A"n'TfOA. n-r. Mosn awn j-r '1.
steel S"w
for a penny Investment He thought so little of his .... .111'

chances he didn't even check the outcome.la MOaYsorcrtt.... TUT TOTAL A, mrOKMAXCEfoil CHANCllFORD

typlcacl English style a man from the company I
who runs the pool called at his home told him to prepare II II I

for a shock and then told him he had won two- I

thirds of a million dollars. Prtclilon .b the

Charlie Cooper 46. the lucky clerk reacted nicely 1 main concern ol -......,-* ..*- ....*-*.r---.i ,
to his good fortune. He announced he was giving each -

of his two brothers and three sisters, and his mother the phonnod-L Mustang was lot tat man at Bale foe *the hm trip w.M add shed eon at jUrm the Mprmtit option like a watt 1'b.' me year make e.e asst:!lr u .?_aaaary mar w lice esekmiee-taMl.e _-

30000. He would quit his $29-weokly Job he said but designed to Ihne w your Ma Urd _va.c: Fan.*" JT.-tfcr! cab that q eias 4 _es yea, e.. het blooded
Tletsd ... .
.. |tar kMring McbUM anti share
2I>O-ft.1. V4 (her .... 1.
added It had been nice. I i be tleiigncdby 0 "- ae "
He wouldn't begin enjoying such things ae caviar I tneaaaera.e
and champagne he sold. His mother's simple cooking F. P. May you! 0 =runt( 0 OucmxWrPmrar __titer dada furl....... ACOM palM stripe :m s.l_> T4
kraan .li....<.tssmlc Deluxe woe m"d eOeai"1e
mm with .
was still the best He certainly would be even more on Co. WtultlidowllltIM.IwN vipers ensued Uork..e bibs C-mrubte sow. towfxramdHf ij7r14lK IC IIW--.r ... aistlt

his guard than before, not to get married. Drug t fMk..kun.. nettle .TIie4----iieU .As....... ___and!._|. ..Ffsay*b*h"wit i..end+.r.,die
Great stufl. that It must be hard to one's head Phone 627-7601
winning $600,000 on a penny. Many of us would falter QuIncy Flo. EOTfXBA. HIW YOU WOUB1

under such circumstances. : .

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to be very, very cautlou about 190 more per year tl ..?., but It U often used colloquially SHELTERS SHELVED
IC How far the current Inflationary you can carry that, you certainty for thlii. and still was[ The Senate has shelved a
z THE trend will (o, and would have a preferred plan. Insured by It at death multi-million dollar requeat for
whether the results will be goodor By age 83 you would have To give a more specific Uhittratlon .,fallout theltiri Assistant Secretary -
FARM bad la anybody' gueu. paid all premium and have the of Defense, Steuart L.Piltman .
Indications of what happening policy without further coot the I.t'l lay he bought the *ald the "utback
can be seen In labor pact $15,000 policy at age 30 (ten
ret of your life Of court, it throw u* off tcredule"
FRONT that art being negotiated. Out years ago), ceased paying
the (20,000 I I. not all you really
Pittman who I In
t la California a retail clerka need and yet you can afford the premlitma at age 35 (flee year charge of
union and the Food EmployersCouncil 4L xtra $30: y i could take the ago); bad a ash value of about the civil defense program has
BY DOYLE CONNER signed t 5-year agreement larger premium and buy a MIlO then, which permitted been fighting fir his cause for
OMMISSIONERFLORIDA affecting tome 35,000: larger Wratght lift policy continuance of the $15,000 ofInsur.nt't year. When the Senate
Armed Service( Subcominli .,.
clerks In the southern part of probably 123,000 or mos.There for 11 more year
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE the state which boosts wages without further premium voted to defer on the HOUM-
to aa much a. $3 an hour. 1* one way you could up to age 46 at a matter of fact approved bill It probably mean
If compromise and perhaps do even no action this yearREADY .
a relief to note thereseems Estimated contract cost for
better. For about the tarn
to be a silver lining to continue to about $4 a hundredweight employer wlU be about S3 cot a* the $20,000 straight Uf., Home Accidents
the dark cloud that have been above current level. cent an hour The council and you could let a $14,000 paid-
hanging over the beef cattle It 1* noted also>>, that pork the union both deny the agreement up at U policy with 15 year Cause Of
business productlo will be moving low 1* inflationary, but Family Income Rider on tt. Many MIX
Price improvement I* on the er at the same time and hog Many market operator In-.1 This would give the $14,000 all

way and should be noticeable price will be climbing, maybeas slat, however, their price must paid up at age 05: and mean- Vision Mishaps CONCRETECONCRETE
before long much as $3 a hundredweightIn be boosted that with profit Lime provide the equivalent of
That' the opinion of qualified May, toward the $20 markIn margin what they art now. $28.000 of insurance for the Home accidents accounted for
nalyist who hive been digging -, Jul. and August they cant absorb the IncreaseIn M Immediate future (or $140 40 per cent of all vltlonlmpalrIng -
into the situation and In the meantime, observers monthly for IS veari) even mldhapt In this country taut *
checking on movement of fed of agricultural developmentshold Washington, D. C. a 2-year more than the $20,000 straight year. exceeding even Industrial
cattle to slaughter In the past little hope for legislation contract with six major chains life would give This U something accident the Florida Ontometrlc -
few months. to reduce beef Import below i boosts wages 9 per cent the to carefully check over Aiwoclatlim disclosed recently -
A rise In price I* expected: the level recently negotiated latter part of this year and another with your (,ent. ,
to start this .month (April) and The analyst are predicting thatIf 4 per cent across the The anoclnllon said a survey BLOCK
It Is passed In the Senate it board next year for the clerks, Question: A friend of mine revealed home mlthap damaging
1* likely to be killed In the and gives meat cutter two successive who died recently! at 40, told the eyes were alimxtt double
SEPTIC TANK House. Even should It psss booms of 8 per rent me only shortly before hi. death those occurring at work and
In both they expect the President Other benefit than wage Increases Fora's lively new eporl7Pe car-Ohs MuaUxvMibbMIII that he had lapsed all his IUe more than three time the rile *
SERVICE would veto ItIv etylinf and feature of ipenalv foreim car with a low cost
art Included In both the ..... Insurance and yet his' widow recorded In traffic accident.
American .producti n. Mustang hardlep
I mentioned previously the Lost[ Angeles and Washingtonpacts. Made poMible ertibl.by feature bucket acati and carpeting a* standard told my wife the collected 51:1: ,- FOPmldent. Dr Paul M Oakland Concrete
,decline In number of Congressmen and Mulpmeat con with* a fall-width feat In the .....r. Options for the 000 from hi* life Innurance Hauler of Orlando noting the Products Company
I from predominately These art only two isolated parformana-saioded Include a wleclion of three T-8 engine with What poaitble explanation U greatest haurdt In the home
"rural" constituencies. This fact Initance of the trend that's IB. t. 271 horeepower with 4pe d er auto..tte tnnnbi.won there for thlaT are workthopn, garage and laboratories ADen Bostkk and
Is noted again in a recent comment evident In many part of the *. Luxury eptiou along.a center console,power.teerln and Answer Any gnawer would urged that glasses John ThonosoaLlheaa
I that point out "Little country brake., and sir The standard bardt ssodelpnipped be pure conjecture of course, with unbreakable safety lenses MAks'TION
appetite for new farm legislation with an .coaonleal dx-eylndrr( engine-will be pelad but there teem to be perfectly be worn where any hatard
exist among the rank and It Is being pointed out that with many economy_ftra. Th. new AtaatlllK will be IatrodaM I obvious explanation Your exists
file of House member Farmers some of the more Important by Font dealers 1''rlllaJ. .A.prIl17. 'friend very likely dropped his
no longer have the friendsIn labor contract recently negotiated policy and allowed the mh

,,Urban Congress area Congressmen they once had" coal clothing and day due t the great energy of that a stale cannot, CIOn.llI.ntwith value In It to do one of two l
are trucking advance costs thing: (I) either extend the
and the rich blessings
I In the majority now her people the First and Fourteenth
by some 4 to S per cent. Divine Creator." full amount of the policy for
"Inflation" I A key negotiation 1* till to Smather asserted that a* a Amendments, utlllst Its public a* long aa pure term IniurinceprenJuro
a dirty word
when talking about com the Otis for the auto direct result of the two school school I)' tpm to aid any or all payment will permit;
827-8403 our national industry r decision handed down religions or faith or sects In or (2) buy a paid-up policy for
I I ayer
economy Some people the dissemination of their doctrine a* much a* the r.lh'Ilu. .
(discuss It In hushed tone The expectation Is that when by the High Court last summer, permitted
I and Weal This, the at a tingle premium
of reference
moat of them "off the record." t'l completed auto workers'wages the whol. concept
Court held, did not manifest a for hi. age From
6274866 In all what
Night Cod
Some would like to sweep It will be boosted 4V* to to and .reliance upon ,
governmental hostility to religion clle, one cannot
life ay he
S. -
under 5 cent phases of U public
the rug and forget It per
national has or religious teachings, did, but more put It
QUINCYVAULT Other pooh-pooh It. Few are On the average, this year'alabor local) state and threatened, and bmalhrn slatedmanlfcitation. on the extended.rulr.amount
willing to admit they want It. cost are exported to been serlounly
basis. This
of ouch hostility would mean he hada
that God
CO. Many **y they hate the thoughtof show a rise of S per cent In the "possibility may $19,000
It. be litigated out of an Important would be at war with our policy, lapsed It aa
tpltt of government urging that national tradition far a* premium j
phase of American lift is a* embodiedIn payment war
VAULTS MONUMENTS From what I've been reading union hold their demand to Senator not': the First Amendment' guaranty concerned (Jape lan't the word
lately It I* way and not more than SVt per cent a strong one, of the free exercis of re- the insurance business would pat,w s.u,ss o..e c...... fwd
MAINLINE DRIVE II judging; onpa'e e ::1 guideline limit ed. 'Union,"' the Senator noted --- ..
of the Congress
QUINCY any attempt to hold It In! "Many "AS hat I have proposed to do
Not long the Federaltax both In the Senate and
check ago big
or prevent it are going In the Imlslalion I offe. today
----- -- -- the House of Representatives -
cut was being advocated to
I is to cut the legal ground from
prevent a slump. 1 don't recall have expressed their genuine
under those
In the
many comments about the proa- concern over this turn of
pools of a "boom Now, however events, Smothers staled, "and, and attempt all reference to eliminateGod to Him
business analyst. are several Joint Resolutions along
from those elements
Minting[ out a boom AND Inflation the line of the legislation I'' existence whUh our national REELECTt
are in the making, and offer today have been intro.dated. are so
much part of the great American
consumers will begin to nolle ." The Florida Senator
stated that he felt his legislation ( heritage such a* the
many higher price before the
hymn and other
year I* outBill to be the most romprehen rellgioua muaIcal -' W. M. a
live and far-reaching yet offered composition we sing, our
national Motto, the
money we
In either House of the Congress _
IntroducedBy tu* every day and the appointing
of chaplains for our men

Uf ketam I........c.Jt c.w.SPES.SARD U Smathers To matter"My bill of cover prayer not and only Bible the and force..women" In the armed

reading In U. S. public school
LHOLLAND Legalize Prayer on a voluntary basis but also "Bill"YOUR
the rendition of any anthem, \
hymn or other religious musical
Washington Senator George
Smathers composition any referenceor 1jo"
today Introduced the eJLift
TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE moat far-reschlng legislation to expression of !belief In or reliance I

'1 wont te *jp>Mi my slows ITOUtB 1>> I is. dste amending the U. S. Constitution Being, upon In God governmental or a Supreme or
In obi = to permit and any
rtjitt not bans laHavd M..ha a Ml. A' prayer public document oath proceeding JfJf1I'anclQue.tlon
conitanHy during Ins pns..$s.. Co.rMwse.eampalpq Bible reading in the publicschools
activity, or ceremony, orany
thoug'-the ants. *........ Iff 0w ews.. eee.l and to preserve and public or governments! INMAN t
Stale hi behalf ef m/ nndldocy > ..d .,... U-.-.. protect expressions of belief Isor school, Institution or place, or : My wife and I are
for r a-eI.cttan l ot yew reliance God
e... upon in pub- trying to decide which la the
upon any coin currency or
Unltod SlatH Sfnator. but I *M.s.80w s.....AeoIo lie and governmental matter of the United State' *, best buy for us, a straight lift
feel| at this oltlcot period It ...... ad ,-.y C- The Florid Democrat, a mem Thus legislation also would protect or a paid-up at OS. We areboth
would not be wise M haveWathhigtM ber of both the Senate Foreign
ase. :30 and are expecting a
and have Florida( the appointment of any
M.wh.r.1...... c.-- Relation end Finance Committees the Senate the second addition, in we. want to
ta'Conanth A chaplain by or
nprmnMd. I
not Senior I en.......ed-.w called for a Conetlutlonal ,House of Representatives of the add a 120.000 policy which
your Sonator mlgh ... ..... Amendment "to make
toM out that the tnflu. ioSomrtur > 0w.8 -. crystal I United KUlM or one legislative I would be best?
tIIId dr pow< I It very k alr ...fS......... c---. that UMigresi or the United States for duty with the armed forcesof benefit In shortening the period
Mrmln..i bf the SENIORItY s-. ......... has base prsyera end Bible readingon the IT. S.," Smather Mated at premium payment The
Me.naInecI." ......" ........ fw 1M a voluntary basis and the Smalher noted that several l>*ld-up at 69 plan ha. special,
SPMMK Holland I* now Mr* n.w.llh.e .. .......... .. reference to filth In God In members of the Senate have .1. value In that It parallel, the
hag.... Ilih ywr at.iMnibwat MlNN.a 585.11.158 .... our public affair, Including ready offered similar legislation usual retirement ace an age 1 I REPRESENTATIVE
Itie United lassos $onot. ..a .... wty estM .f our armed service shall not be but most deal with only when, income usually contract
fan Florida ...and h Is*Hihi whittled away through litigation.
.n0 .f .sbeMlds Ie one aspect of this problem Such a policy doe cost a little
he sadie of SmUwtty ki Mia Lea ....... M.. asap ar either with prayer and Bible more, a* the lifetime Insurance
Ps.maoto --'P .. the w .eery V M wit,. Smathen took the action in reading in the public schools risk ha to be paid for In fewer I
.sese, ...... ....... light of the June IT, 11183 declslon or the matter at reference to a years. The paid-up at 69! policy TO THELEGISLATURE

of the U. S. Supreme reliance In God on our coin and I could eost you, for Instance,
RE-ELECT SPESSARD L. Court holding that prayer and currency
Bible reading In public schools Mine Incorporate both of
of the U. & were unconstitutional. these features, plus what I consider
I to be an Important addition SEPTIC
"It 1* no secret that the the use of tax dollar
American people has been rich for chaplain In our legislative
U. S. SENA T O R ly bleated by God" Smathenstated. bodies and with our men and TANKS

"This pest land of women In the armed forces"
our ha become whit It I* .itharft mfJlAaluirf
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The Florid Senator warned

I that If the ruling of the Supreme INSTALLEDFOR 0 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE

u the two school prayer cases,
were to be extended the official

VOTE FOR and ELECT I God Motto W* Trust of the" on U. our> -coins"1n SALE TURE serving as chairman of the Important

,and currency and the use of the
R chaplain might be in serious

>' WAYNE HANNA i jeopardy The Florida. lawmaker stated Agricultural Committee for 10 years I

that he felt that Juttlct Potter ,
Stewart the lone dissenter In CA
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT the June, 1M3 prayer cane decisions I

had the right approach Has served several terms on almost all
F GADSDEN COUNTY to the matter of prayer end
Bible reading In the publi

i Democratic Primary Tuesday May 5, 1964 schools"A Justice Stewart pointed other important committees!

out, In hi* dissent, the Supreme
Paid Political AdO Court In the ease of E,....... 627.6851

r*. Beard ef EdoeaUa declared -
YOUR SUPPORT IS SOLICITED I that "*tt* power' U no nor Has served
as County Commissioner and
AND WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED I 1 to be used to handicap. religion EARL LODGE
I *, than tt I* to favor them."
:This decision went, on to bold
Sheriff of Gadsdon County I












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Visitors Honored'Miss Munroe Honoree I Mrs. Maurice OwensIs

At Bridge Party Bridge Hostess

I At Luncheon Mint Jane Curry and Mrs Mrt Maurice Owens wu hot-
I II Cantey Hlgdon entertained with ten to the Tuesday morning
I loin R. D. Woodward Jr and duplicate bridge club this
her mother, Mri. Pat Munroe a bridge party Thuraday night week. Colorful spring flower
at the borne of the latter In
entertained with a delightful were at interest polnta. Seta Period having torn of social nature art urged to call luncheon Wednesday In honor honor of Miss Tee Munroe folding plastic drip dry eon
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAIn 78503ajuaouuuuxxuuouuux of Mri Vincent Brewer and her bride elect Mixed spring hangers were awarded for prlzet .
daughter Mrt 1, J Wtckham er. were at focal pollIn the Sandwiches, dips, cake coffee .
I .___.__n_______ xixaxxxxxM xxxOPOoooo3 who were visiting Mrt E. CLove party roomt and Coca Colas were icrv

... ...,... --. .. ... ,.. '. and Mri Woodward The Mill Jane Bell won high ed
I I party was at the home of the core and was awarded i novelty Winners wert Mri Henry
Coffee TuesdayFor
alter, where beautiful arrane- Faulk and Mrt. George W
menta of roses lilies, azaleas The hoiteu presented the Munroe, a meet, first, Mi*
Miss Munroe and other flowers from the garden bride elect a personal gin Mercer Bishop and Mrs Pi'id

Mrs. M N Drew and Mri were effectively arranged, At conclusion of the game an L May, second and Mrs I.
Mahaffey entertained Twenty clone friend and attractive party plate wai '"- Fisher Wllllama and Mri. h uRoulon ,
James relative enjoyed this occasion ed third
with a delightful coffee Tuesday ; I .- -- ._ ._. .._ _. -
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morning from 10:30: to 12 '
clock In honor of Miss Tee I
Munroe, brldt elect Purple
Iris pink and wmie MMM/ r+ '
daisies and other spring flowers -
r were at point of Interest y y.r TRIED
w a In the living ind dining rooms.

.." Centering the circular dining I
table was an arrangement i.
!Shasta daisies, white Verbena
and white roaet Front the cut ;
lUll bowl on one end 1U1e
I table Irult punch was served < r '
by Mn Aliens Cinley, Mn .
C. R. Shaw, Jr., Mrt W MKobtnaun tft( '- TESTED
Jr. and Mri Lee "c, '.. -41
lleweit. On the table then 'J '
was alto a scooped out water- ,i' ';;r { i

melon holding melon balli ( \\\Jf.\ ,
trays of chicken salad and pinwheel '< ', ." .
sandwiches, cookie and .' : fhb
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compotes of nutaMri .I..f .
Max Fletcher served coffee *" '
:1'#/ 1IIi. .. PROVEDEach
Miss Julia Katherine Woodward from the silver service I !l. .\t.,"'.
which was placed on a tea cart t. .
Mr. and Mri. Robert Davidson Woodward Jr. of Quincy at the entrance of the dining i *> !

of th.ir dauahter, Julia Kath- room. x. 6F
announc. engagement Tht hostesses gave the hoc- It;
erine, to Harbert Scott Gregory, ion of Mr. and Mri. Har ores a personal gift at a me "Aj'1 ,.' .
bert Chapman Gregory of Quincy. Th. bride-elect ii mento. > I have tried to
the granddaughter of Mri. Robert Davidson Woodward Among the guests were mothers } '"" ,. 1Sf year
Sr. and the lat. Mr. Robert Davidson Woodward, Sr. of ot the engaged couple, Mrs. !r ; "

Quincy, and Mrs Mark Welch Munroe and the lat. Mr. Ned Mark Hinaoo Munroe, liNn, Jr., Mn.and Frank Mn make my service to the

Mark W.lch Munroe of Quincy. Miii Woodward r. Nichol of Milford, Conn and '
celved her A.B. degree in history from Wesleyan College Mn Robert Taylor of Lake county taxpayers better.
her matter. land and grandnurthen, Mn.
Macon, Georgia. She U working on
Lee R. Munroe and Mrs. rat
degree In Christian Education at the Presbyterian Schoolof Munroe. Miss Harriet Lee Lailie 3 P

Christian\ Education In Richmond, Virginia. Mr. Gregory -
ii the grandson of the lat. Mr. and Mri. George Scott! Mr. and Mn. Joseph Taylor Lailie of Artapulgui, Ga., This Is My Record -

t Gregory of Quincy and Mri. David Author Butler and Doss-Jenkins i announce the engagement of their daughter Harriet Lee,

the lat. Mr. David Author Butler of Havana. The future Wedding I to John Dixon Reynolds HI, ion of Mr. and Mri. John rFROM

bridegroom received his B.S. degree In biology from PartyEntertained Dixon Reynolds Jr. of Augusta, Georgia. Miss Lailie received

Southweitern College In Memphli, Tenneite, wh.r. h. her bachelor of arti degree from Wesleyan College THE LAST STATE AUDIT DATED JUNE 11. 1963
Macon, Georgia She It presently a sophomore at
was a mmber of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. H. it attending -
the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, and The out wedding of town party guests, family here the Medical College of Georgia. Mr. Reynolds was grad. All collection of record were accounted for.

Virginia, where he Ii studying In the School of Dtntlttry' for the Dnai-Jenklnt weddingwere uated from The Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina Records were well kept.

The wedding will be an event of June 8 at the First Presbyterian entertained at a beautiful I where he received a bachelor of science degree He ii a Occupational licenses and tangible property taxes appeared to bare

Church In Quincy. No invitation are being sent buffet luncheon Saturday by Junior at the Medical College of Georgia! and U a mem been diligently collected. ,
Dr.l and Mn. Fred Rowan and ber of Phi Rho Medical and the Bach.lor' Annual of and
locally, but all relatives and friends of the couple are Mr. and Mri Alton Towlet at Sigma fraternity reports receipt expenses net Income were promptly
cordially Invited to the ceremony at the church and the the home of the former. Mixed Club of Auguita. filed and correct.
reception, which will be held at the home of the bride on spring flowers were at polnta --- --- A balanced cashbook was kept.

Woodward Road.Store of Intend, Including tha entrance Class Meets At !Miss Jensen Is A Records were accurate and conveniently flied
and den.Arrangementa.
----- -- Tax rollt were properly clo ed.

rli and red glorloia of roses wert, pink fe. Barnett Home Shower Honoree Total amount collected this audit period was $2,2(7419.43.

Your Furs & Woolens tured An In all the whlta living arrangementcentered room I The Hope Sunday School Mlu Barbara Jensen whoM OUR OFFICE RULE IS THE GOLDEN RULE TO ONE AND ALLREELECT

the dining table.Thirty Clan of the First Baptist marriage to Ronnie Brun.onwill
be event of 10th
With an
five guests enjoyed Church met at the home of
was the honoree .t a beautiful
MORROWLITTLE this delightful party. Mn a, O Barnett with Mri miscellaneous ihower given by
John Layerd, co.hmdeu. There Mn Leon Proctor of Greent-
In Miss Munroe were 11 members preaent. boro. Mixed spring flowers
The devotional, "Gllmpiei of were at Interest polnU.

FORT KNOX Reveals Plans Glory" wu given by Mri Hugh The dining table, which was
BarlneauMn covered by a white linen and CLINTONIASSETT
Miss Marian Temple ("Tee") lane cloth wit centered by a
Munroe and Edward Wilson Fred Moon, president white umbrella tied with satin I
tunics, Jr. will be married Sat pre t&rd. Following reports boWl and streamers, under
urday, April lIHh. at 7:30 In plant were made for a programto which wai a bride doll This
the evening In the Centenary interest and enllit Inactive ,was surrounded by gifts, The
Methodist Church, Quincy hostess prevented the doll to
The Reverend E. Math Phil members and new proipecti the bride elect after the other
pot will perform the ceremony Mrs John Cannon cloned the glfta had been opened
Mra R. R. KlncaUJ will be organist business session with priyer. Several garnet were enjoyed
r and Carol Buyter of Atlanta During the social hour refrethmenii during the evening Punch and
r [ Georgia will be vocal alolit. > were served and cookies carrying out the bridal '
/ names drawn for "Secret Pala., theme were aerved
The bride will be given In The names of the Pali for the Among the many guests were 'I
1, rrxY marriage by her brother, Ray pat three months were divulged mothert of the couple, Mn,I
I Political Advertisement
Bailey Munroe ot TallahaiieeHer at this tlm. winch added Lyle Jensen and Mri. L. 8Brunion. ,
attendants will be: Mn .to. the fellowship_and fun I
F. R. Nlcoll, the bride tliter' _
of Milford Connecticut, matron
of honor and Miss Jane Curry\
of Quincy, maid of honor; Miss
Jane Ann luten, Bristol, Georgia SHOP BELK HUDSON'S In QuincyFOR
; Mill Miry Beth llanklntMarlanna .
: Mill Martha Ual'l'\!\
r neau Quincy, and Mill Mary'

at Mlddleton brldeenulda, Quincy Miss will hUM Mary,I THE LATEST FASHIONS IN BEACHWEAR AND SPORTSWEAR

Temple Hude, cousin of the
bride and Miss Ellen Munroe I
advertised lines In
liter ot the bride will serve at Nationally
We give special' kind of eire to your winter junior bridesmaids'Angus I ,
wide choice of itylei.NOTICE .
thlnflt. Pint, wt get them thoroughly frnh and Thomas Hlnton will a
serve at hit brother beat man' I
clean with our Sanltont drycltanlng proceti.Next Ushers will be John Hlnaon and \ e

WI chick every Item, replace mining I Alex Hlnaon, couilna of the
groom of Quincy, Allan Boa-
buttons, make minor repalrt. tick, Jr., Qulncy: Hlbbett War-
I wick Jr. of Valdosta, Georgia
Then we store them.ou< of your wajr..iafe
Julian Proctor, Jr. of Tallahaure -I II Friday afternoon at
dust-free and mothproof. ; Thomas Root, Jr o.
I Tampa: and lm Munroe, brother .' S o'clock Belle-Hudtoni Ii having
of the bride, Quincy.
OFFER Following the ceremony, the a SWIM SUIT STYLE
WE bride mother will entertain
I with a reception at Fellowship SHOW on the lecond floor. she.:
Hall Friends and relttlvee oc'' {
The Finest! Refrigerated the couple art invited toII..' t" You'll see the latest styles In
i wedding and neepllon.iTeaShower.
I swim suits this year, by Petti

STORAGE VAULTFOR and Marina Del Mar modeledby
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For Miss Smith i iI our local high school girl*.

I Mill Betty Sue Smith bride' / Everyone it Invited to attend I
elect of April 10, wet the Inuplntlon I w
FURS and WOOLENSIn for I' TeaShowerlaurtday e Remember, this Friday after. S *
night when Mn Wei lI
burn Rowan, Mrs Murray e t t noon at Belk.Hudtoni on *
II>poon Bend' r '4 '
The Entire Big' ,and Mn George Marcus entertained the second flood 1 Se. what
for her at the home of K K'
toe former In tireeniboro. A fashionable teen agen will be
AAA RATED VAULT I profusion of mixed Ipl'ln.low'
,en was at Interest points In i wearing to the beaches this /
the party roomii .
i Hout, invarylllt and Irla yearn I
COMPLETELY INSURED I in an epergne, ""ntered.II.. l ,
dining table which was coveted \ .
i, by a white linen clutb Oo /J n :S; "' ,..,...
'one end was the punch bowl : ': ., ,,' .. .. c.' .' is
and on the other a lily butanI '
I with potato chip and
I IIepeTr of cuuktee and '''!! '. ,/ ; .
of mints alas
computes were

on were The till duplexed.beauiuul table. and useful gifts' \N : 1 (, / :.:' petti

Many irtcndi of the honoree "1 ;' i'"
Iud nokieuet called betvteea
the hour oi 7 and s o'clock. t : : .,

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Womans Club

FOR tout CUMIHISI 1 To Meet FridaY'

i lie \/ua" vuwaa HUM .will Style 2186 ... $16.98 'J .
meet" tiuU nioinlng .l 11
clock at the club with Mn :

=. J. Flakier VVUlUnu preddlngIn. 100% Cotton Cord ..
the abaence 01 the prealdent. ,
Mrs James Watts woo U at- 1 Style 2161 17.98
tending The Florida Federe- Sand Yellow
Uon In J I( onyU!..
Mrs U. II. Boring will have Sizes 5 15 50% Fortel Polyester
DRIVE ,charge of Fine Arts program 50% Cotton. Shell Pink.
m Cfeam.J tad ...... W. ... Roblnion. Jr 1 piece tunic suit, two color
w,.. talk on "Some Obeervatioeioq Sizes 5 15
IN Travel In Wertera fcurope.* braid trim. self belt. Two piece suit, halter top.
I Mn. Kenneth Maxwell la
CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETSQOINCY. : chairman of the hoeteaa eon. lace'ribbon at neck pleated

mil tee.Mn.. skirt bottom lace/ribbon at waistA.Ci"
MaaweU Stress will gl"
"" 1 the devotional '

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I a mvsF ter Griner Mrs. J. S. Csntey, Miss MunroeIs Shower Given
Havana, Mrs. !L IL Bedenbsugh -

W1ENTA1 Lake City Mrs. Jo..-
phlne S. Joeeph, Jacksonville HonoreeAt For Miss Clark

Julian Rick, Jacksonville, Miss
Mr*. Hugh Stephen and
Joan Thomaavlll, Ga,
Tyler, Luncheon
I daughter, Miss Mary Stephen
William Hill
MI'I. Montgomery Willis
and Mr Lofton enter
Persona boring Item d social nature to call i Mrs. E. B. McLendon Penu Mlsa Tee Munroe whose marriage
or* urged tamed Thursday evening with
to Wilson lllnson will bean
Mrs E. K. Hammond
cola Blades -
Mrs Mar & Richardon at MAin 7-8503 I La., Mia Moielle Vincent -| event of Saturday April 18 a delightful miscellaneous show
er In honor of Miss Mary Clark,
Moron, Ca, Mn Anthony was the honoree at beautiful
bride elect at the Stephenshome.
luncheon at o'clock,
-- Mlxon Mr. and Mrs Samuel Monday one
Fenn, Tallahassee given 'by Mrs. Jack Richardson Pink rose and blush
Dinner Luncheon Given CircleIn and her mother, Mn J. pink azaleas were effectively
Party Magnolia Large fern were on the tan*. Wllllsm at the home of FI.heri the arranged at several point of
In front was a circular table interest In the living room.
Honors Couple Friday In HonorOf Friday MeetThe cloth. Garland of fern and litter An The dining table was coveredby
I nosegay extended across the arrangement of pink a white linen cutwork cloth
Mrs. W. D. Don and her sister Miss Doss Magnolia Garden Circle table which held a memory l loll centered the main .I.d'i and centered by a silver com.
Mr. W. R. Melton of Cuth- I met at the home of Mrs. C R candle surrounded by dainty Pink roses were on the smaller, pot of bridal

bert Ga. entertained with a Mr*. W. W. Massey and Mr*.: Chambers on Havana Highway, flower tables bridal' d'I: cards were of wreath, gerber k.nr:1 auleaa.
afternoon at 4 o'clock
dinner party Friday evening M. D. Walker entertained with' Friday Ctrl serving were Miss Lynda Pink Silver tray of pimento and
with 11 In attendance. The ronei were at focal I
r tttk1 Brink, Jane Curry, Mary Mid ,. chicken salad sandwiches. crescent -
Bridesmaid luncheon
a Fridayin
preceding wedding rehearsal chairman Mrs. Lanier Rkhardardion points In the living room. Fruit
dleton Mary Catherine Harmon and peanut butter log andcompotes
honor of Miss Jo Ann Doss and
of MI'I. Dou daughter Mlss opened the meeting greenery wen featured In I.
Lou McCall and of nuts also
Glnny on
at the home of the former. Centering the den
with The minutes were
Jo Ann DOM and Paul Jenkins the dining table was a prayer. Mr*. Benny Peacock Mn. JohnPatronla The the table, Pink azaleas In a
read by the secretary, Mrs. Henry hostesses
A double wedding ring theme silver epergne of sweetheart t tt Jr, Mrs. E 11.: Bed bride elect presented the: liver pitcher highlighted the
died In the table decorations Fault : a chin hon d'oeuvres buffet.A
was roses and white verbena. Place enbsugh Jr.. of Lake City dishAmong
at the Jefferson House Mrs Douglass Brooks, general bridal game wen enjoyedand
cards were handmade, featuring Background music was softly
Centering the main table was a cut out wedding bell with chairman of the Spring Flower played by Miss Judy Smith and the 20 guerti were: poises aw.rded.A .
pair of gold wedding band surrounded silver clapper and a lacy border Show, made her report, after Mill Virginia ,.In. mother of the couple, Mrs i moo, the 23 guest were
by spring flower in with the written In which Mr*. II. S. McCall told Mark Munroe Jr. and Mr*. Ned mothers of the engaged couple,
pastel colors. Two pair of silver. the group about the Tampa : tP' i ie John Allen Blltch directedthe Illness and grandmother, Mr*. Mrs. L T. Clark and Mrs Her

branched diver candelabras Yellow Iris and yellow roses Flower Show she had recently wedding. Lee It. Munroe and Mra. Pat man Bailey, daughter Mrs JoeWar.n
holding tapers and nosegays of and stock highlighted the buf attended. When the couple left on their Munro and Hater, Mn. Robert and niece, Miss Linda
whit and pink flower spannedthe Mrs. Fred Klbilka reported on wedding trip the bride was Taylor of Lakeland i Bailey, Blountatown

length ot the other table fet.The entrance hall featured the Executive Board meeting wearing a belle and brown

Place cards had a pair of real :large bearded Iris and ..weeti Mrs. Henry Faulk gave an inspiring Jacket dress with accessor** intones Clerks Named For Friday Dance Held
wedding band attached to i In devotional on "Responsibility' of brown and a purple
peas a mass arrangement.On .
them. Preceding the I course the sun porch wa an urn after which the program throated cymbldlum orchid cor- Today's Flower Show i At Sawano Club

dinner punch was served I of Mock in shades of light lavender -, chairman Mrs, Fred Klbilka sage. Clerks serving at the Spring Member of the Sawano Club
On this occasion the groomto to deep purple which was presented Mrs. Romulus Among the out of town guest Flower. Show Thursday April entertained with a spring buffet .
be presented his attendants a conversation piece. Brlnkley who talked on "Tr...- were Mr and Mrs. Max Jenkins le J""I( afternoon) are, Mr*. nipper dance Friday night.
personalised gift*. I Among the 12 guests were ure Grove of Wild Flower." Sr. sons, Albany, Las Tommy : C. R. Chastisers chairman Mr*. Beautiful arrangement of mix
To 32 guest Included the mother of the couple Mr*. She used twenty-two varieties and Mlchale, Dr. area Mr*. Frank (' T. .d spring flower wars at
wedding party and Immediate W. D. Dos and MM. P. M. of wild flowers In eight completely L. T. Doss, Sanford Mn. W. W lire Ililllard R* k11ckk points of Interest In the loungeand

Umlly. Jenkins and Mrs. W. It. Melton different dettgns. 1- McCraw. Mrs. M. R. Bates, Slr.. Gec>ra. ball room.
the bride's maternal aunt iAn arrangement of Cherokeeroses After the wedding trip the Johnson, Mrs. IVIham Sulllvu, Stanley Burns' orchestra
Mrs. Richard GardnerIs The bride elect gave her attendants in a demi tssst cup of couple will be at home at 2IU and hire Rom Morton. pl.yed.-
Initialed charm for frailla china dlanlaved on a -. Bradford Road, Tallahassee -- __
Bridge HostessMrs. their bracelet at this luncheon pink A small Louis Mrs Paul: Max J.nklnl-, The groom ls Held representative
Richard Gardner was VIII figurine enhanced the del for Phillip Mos'ria, I
hostess to her bridge club Wed. Mrs. icti design. Inc. 1'he bride I* emplo>ed by
nesdayat her home. Colorful J. Griffin :3A one inch miniature Miss Jo Ann Doss MarriedTo the State Treasurer office.

spring flower were at Interest Hostess To Bridge ClubMrs. Victorian pitcher filled with

point Snack and coffee were J. M. Griffin was hostess -whit and purple violets madean Book Club In l
Paul Max Jenkins Jr.Miss
served during the game a* is to her bridge club Wed nee- unusual period arrangement.An .
the custom of this club, day. Mixed spring flower were antique colored Jewel was
Mrs. T. W. Griffin a guest, at points of Interest. used for an accessory, J- A Jo Ann Doss, daughter Thursday Meet
of Mrs. W. D. Doss and the 1I C. Hlnion Mrs L L. Willis
was high score winner on this During the afternoon snacks whit milk glass container Max I ID* Book tiub met at the
Don and Paul
late Mr. Introduced them to the receiving
occasion. -
and drink were served. Larly American), displayed a horn of Mrs Russell Wallace,
and Mrs
Mr T. R. idea the dainty Jenkins, Jr, son : line
Smith was high lovely using with Miss Garnett Laird ai co-
Garden Circle Meets score winner on this occasion. white Ti-Ti bloom and pale Paul M. Jenkins, Albany, La., I A massive arrangement of hostess on Thursday evening, r-
united In marriage -
pink azalea. 4- A unique little were 'glad, mum and Mock highlighted April 9Mr ,
With Mrs. Fount May like bur- April 11th at 0 p.m. the mantel In the
container abaped a parlor
Mrs. Henry Faulk Is *. E. D. Dsvls, a guest reviewer
The Rev. E. Nash Philpot
Mrs. Fount May, Jr. was hoi- ro held brown dock and our native performed The table on whkih the moat
teas to the Amarylis Garden Hostess At Bridge fuel red clover plant. A the double ring ceremony guest book war kept was covered study of give Celestlne a Interesting tilbley's l

Cirri Thursday Following Mrs. Henry Faulk was hostessto Mexican boy (doll in authentic !' at Centenary Methodist by a handsome Imported "I'e.chtree Street, U. B. A." }
routine business, an InterestIng carried out Church agalnat a background of linen and lace cloth. A
her bridge club Wednesday Mexican costume i candle Th Isis a moat Interesting dory, 5M''
of whit gladioli WIN
program was given on "Out- afternoon. Mixed spring flowers tt* theme. arrangement surrounded by flower waa of Atlanta, Georgia Its history .
door Terracing" Mr. waxed bamboo mums and stork flankedby on the table. The feather \
by May were at Interest point J A cylindrical quill Society with a Capital h,
Guest! at the circle were Mr*. Mrs It. E. Morgan won high vase Imported from Jamaica tour seven branched candelabra was tied with a tiny nt>>flll)'. burgeoning with Industry and

Vincent Brewer of Cape Cod, score and Mrs. Pierre Williams, I was effectively arrangedwith holding lighted taper The book was kept by Miss pronperta I for the future all
her daughter, Mn. J. J. Wick- a guest, held low. Both received wild lace fern and red Satin bows and sprigs of Ksrol Dover of Atlanta owl Drought vividly to life In spark-
ham, Yonkers, N. T. and Mr*. noveltie for price. honey suckle vine. flower marked the Umlly Mrs. Rex. Jones, Llthonla Ua log anecdote and penetrating
Arthur Flxel ot Detroit, Mich. At conclusion of three progressions e- An attractive wildlife container pew An open Bible was Centering tine mantel In Fellowship inalysla.' The' men and women
During the social hour, re- the hostess served ice shaped like a deer and placed facing Ut* Cross. Several 11.11 was a cupid who have mad Atlanta giat KEDS'
fern tree In the far OUR
treshments were served. cream and cake. mill doe In shade of brown were epergne holding Fug mums, There I* a chapter on "IheBook"
was filled with spiked iris background. Iris stork and fern. The flow
which la Atlanta InMarlar.t
leave and whit lilies. Mra. K. R. Klnrald organist era were champagne color, Thla ,
Mitchell "Gone With
7A Conk shell arranged, played traditional wedding music was bei./ ced by two Urge hurrlcsn :
Mr Lou 8. Mix of Tallahassee the wind. Another on tit* history / -
with woodland fern Blue Gentian lamps can SHETLANDPONY
of Cms-Cola; : .
"My Own Tru.Love" on It goa
wild fire plant and Chin sang, dl... Clusters of boxwood wer "Flv !I'olnti" dealt with How
and "Until.
ell Bell P"'nt..Uuw Black at the ban of each .
Matron of honOWII Mrs Atlanta cam Into being *a a
eyed Susans formed the focal The bild' table covered
railroad terminal, firat called
a point.blending A with small the container ceramic ,fish de- i'R.Beach.L. McLendon Mlas Terri, Jr.Robertson of Cocoa of by linen a beautiful and lace Imported embroideredcloth white Marthaivllle Celesllne finally Atlanta. complete with bridle and saddle-all ready to ride! '

Quincy war maid of honor. Slbley I* neverpaper
picted the sea. 8- A Chinese and centered by thehr \
Bridesmaids having
were Mils Beth
silver and blue glsss silt shaker tiered cake which warn decorated
Barnett and Mrs. William M a syndicated column,
displayed on an Imported with yellow rose and end worked Com on In end enter our great
Smith of Qulncy They reporter for
Orleental cloth filled with foliage wore topped with a pair of cupid, Atlanta Keds
identical dresses of Imported Constitution, She has contest. Eiy n pl-rioth.
of the La Tree and red
Around the bane war a rutli of
bay-berry blossoms. green glow chiffon glamorized net Flanking Die cake on each won numerous award for her Ing to buy! You may be the lucky
gam, ttirIc by a stln banded with Journallim Including two auo-
This was an outstanding display [end ot the table
allowed long sheer sleeve cuffed in was a crystal clad press awards and a national winner of Kids frisky Shetland .
and talk which
candelabra white taper
saun to match the waistband holding Christopher Award. Hh plun Gym.Dandy toy! And
s' se..e real talent on Mrs Brlnkley'spart and noMgays of butterfly bar also written pony !
.. and was helpful and interesting On their heads they wore a roses, Iris and snapdragons, a successful \It shoes
want that art trltky
a sell r ew Gem w G. M r..d satin pillbox trimmed with' myitery novel, "The MsllgnsM you
to the clrcli.
The brld
( calls *
......................."....."...'....................... During the socUl hour the tailored bow and topped with lilies completed the decor ol, lLaTh.r6hs hostesses too, be sure to try our Kadi. Fine

hostess served parfait, cake a carried circular cascade Illusion Veil They this labls. The cake was cut. sailed nuts and served.tr.Wberrl coffee.: fitting/ fine feeling; thanks la
cookies and nuta. bouquets of ,
by the bride's aunts Mrs. Luther
white iris with satin chiffon pie Keds exclusive/ built-in comfort
, MERRILL'STravel Mn. Frank Cosine was bows. Dues of Sanford, and Mr*. The
visitor at the circle. Daniel Kenny of lliinmond next meeting will be cusMon.Get for Kadit
.W. a Melton of Culhbert, Ua held at the home of i gallop on
La. served Mrs. Norman
a best
The short man
group wrote m h- The circular punch .table
F. Eels'
Uroomwnen were William M. 8r. on Slay 14th.
sages of cheer to Mrs. May covered rulfled
first class and have the Dunaway, a member who la ill Smith and John Richard Johnson cloth over yellow Uarlanda per This and will be a covered dish' sac 1} AS SEEN ON

In Memphis, Tenn.TwoSession of Quincy, Anthony Mlxon of fern with cluster of green planning mating

looks that say it's summer in allan Tsllshauee, lensacola.and Wllllsm Mo 'grapes and a yellow latin bow, DI GAILLE'B VISIT WCTVCHANNELS

:1 Game The bride, who was given In decorated them Pouring wer A survey of the Latin A_
Mia' UUabeth
Weatherly ofHavana
Nelly DonsArnel ,Held On April 4 marriage by her brother, Uay Mr. J. Frank femllh.Jr .1 the Han embassies Latin show that all of

The Quincy Duplicate Bridge ton Ltoss was rsdlent In a Mrs. Edgar Barnett, Jr. ofSL would American countries
I Club sponsored the ACBL Char gown that was an original creation I'slersburg and Mrs. G.Dyer L welcome a visit by

Knit Jersey Shirt Waists, ,ity Cancer Fund two session of white slipper satin Jr of Jacksonville. D rrince'i. Qiull President has d* Gaull CONERLY BOOTED
featuring an empire waistline Invited Latin
game Saturday AprU 4. Amongthe Floor host and hoeleases
Tucked Sheaths or Chalk Stripesin local winners were Mr. with full length Inverted pleauoutlined were Mr. and Mn A. D. Mama, America In simple terms to
Pauline Coggln and James Ma. by wide bands of re- Dr. and Mrs. T. W, Jrl/fln, Mr. loin franc "hind In hand" East JtHtnon Str..t Quincy Florida
arnel triacetate cotton. homer, Dr. Ned Love and Mrs. embroidered Chanllll lace and and Sirs II. J. Devil, !.h. and toward world undergoing t
or Maml Johnson Mn. Eileen od pearls, accented at front Mr. J. M. Griffin, Mr. and complete transformation.'' .
and back of waist --- -- ----- --- -- --
Wright end Mrs. Carolyn Wilh- and lop of Mrs. Ned Illnaou, Ur. and Mra
the divided train by tailored Fred U Rowan, Mr. and Mr*.
$14.98 to $25.98. bam.The amount mad from this satin bows Her crown was of Nevlns Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
charity gam for cancer was satin and lace trimmed with Alton Towtes, Dr. and Mrs. J.

....................................:..................r SI23. pearls length from veil of which silk her lllu.l.m shoulder fell W.U Msssey Walker,, Mr.Mr. and and Mr Mn*. Mat Jul

!'She carried 'cUc.cte--blIi;;; ian Adams, Mr, and Mrs. Lewis

'of cells lilies with ktnon foU Uregory, Mr and Mrs. .. L,
lage shaped like the flowers McCall, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
lied with satin bow and pearl Bale. Mrs. E. C. MshWfey
WestinghouseGOLDEN 'knots. Mrs W. 8. Bell, Mrs. W, W. More owners of low-priced cars

I' Mother of the bride wore Massey, Muss AUIe Ftrguaoa,

I peach colored brocade sheath Mia laws ''*)'De, Mrs. Stubble to Olds than before!
:,with matching aoressorie Her Harmon, Mrs. N. L. Woud- are moving up ever

JUBILEE corsage war a mauve cymbldlum bery MU Kate Stewart Butch

orchid Mrs. C. C. Jones, Mrs. Steve
!, Th groom' mother wore a fullord, Dawson Ua, Miss
AUTOMATIC moss green setin with lace over- Louis Sharley, Cuthbert, Or.
blouse and beige ..-..rIeI.H.r Mn. W. U. Grubbs. Columbus

nAMELESS corsage' was a gold cymtald- Os, Mis Didl Headley Mrs
sum orchid O. B. Turner, Mr. R. it'. Ash-
I Mr*. W. T. Doss, peteroat more, Jr. Penelope ChrtcUe,
grandmother of the bride, was Chris Hot/Bum, Brenda lull and
attired la a blue tare dress Linda flame, Tallahassee, Mr
O wttti eorssi of sweetheart roae and Mrs. W. S. Cochran, Jr,
*. I Mr and Mr*. Joe Dickey and

Following the ceremony I Jane, of Taomaarllle, O e Bob
reception was given by the MrLendon. Jr. Cocoa, Mr. and
bride mother to Fellowship Mrs. E. U. Weetherly Havana.
Ao. 1a MsIL Greeting guests at the Mn. W. P. Woodbery, Mn

( door were Mr. and Mr*. John Lamar_Miller, Marina, Mrs. Lee-
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new Jetstar 881

I REASON Priced below 30 model with Inw-prloa\ nmtDoaata

The Good People of ihe I a full-else 123-inch whlbl

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<7 Stud MIracl. Ping out Surface I trust that the large; rote you gore me will sewsNfRf THE ACTION ISI

Sealed OvenSmokeless and ()yen Heating

Broiling Infinite Heat cause th. City Commission to at least rerlew

Automatic Timer Surface Units are ma rear sews tare err, .s screw I Ml Mil***. egret SMI *, us*.. e trial t maj .. M

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for the Spring Band Festivalto his feelings and want to my mother Mrs. Mark Munroe Jr.,
go off smoothly Dave 'Is a again that I know he and hla coming to be an attendant In
Bits And fine man and although what family were mighty grateful the MunroeHlnson wedding
for the many, many kindnesses Saturday. Fletcher
I you might call a newcomer to 1 know he would want me to Remember the Spring Flower I Company
Pieces them parts he II a real asset tell Miss Maggie how much ht Show at the Quincy Garden I ,
to this community We appreciate -appreciated her thoughtfulness,
Club this afternoon from S to I II.
him letting know how
too. .
he felt. Thanks again, Dave | INC.GREENSBORO.
5 Mr. and Mrs. Lee
%h May Munroe -,
That was really a hot and and family of Macon will
Adrian Andenon said he got Boy the "old shaggy headed close race between Mayor ProTern arrive this weekend for the'
Judge4 really tore me up In Leon Weaver and Bobby Munroe-Hlnson |
the moat applause at the Chat- the club tournament at the Sa-Munroe. Congratulations.. In wedding.
tahoochee: political rally Mon wino Club last week. I thought order to Mr. Weaver and although Mark Munroe III of New York i i
day night Said he didn't remember I had him beat when I had him he dlda't win Bobby baa City will arrive this :.e.k'for' --*--
what he said but it the wedding of his
Judge Hugh Taylor) three nothing to be ashamed at In
must have been good down and eight to go. But he Ml defest. Only 74 votes separated Munroe and Wilson Hln
Edwin Baur said the mike Just sept on whistling some the two. And that record A ; '' Hni I son Saturday evening.The I
went dead In the middle of his little old crazy tune and by turnout of 007 voters in oprlng Flower Show will|
talk and with everyone In their the time we finished the seventeenth he bad weather experienced be an event of this afternoon' "W esl Gadsden's Largest
cars to get out of the rain he hole It was all over. Tuesday just goes to show you from I to 9. Be sure to attend
didn't think too many !got his I'm lust scared of judges anyway what can happen when people at the Garden Center. I'
windup. Someone told me that I wasn't the only one to take an Interest In their government Mrs. Amos Davis left Tues-I
Edwin's opponent, Wayne Ban get' a whipping out there be it local, slate or day for Phoenix, Arizona, where Source of Supply"Building
na, didn't need the mike be- though. The rate of the defeated nationalCenienaryWSCS the will visit relative. I
MUM be talked loud enoughfor would average at leant fifty 1- Mre. Morris tuber, Mrs T.
folks down at the bridge percent M. Cumbie, Mrs Bryon Suber
to heir him. I wanted to be CONTRIBUTION Bill Rogers, In behalf of the Quincy end Mrs James B. Ball visited'

present for the festivities but MINI Maggie Woodbery, bless Junior Chamber of Commerce, is shown presenting a CalT wry old NMntl,.
had a couple of other commitments her sweet old heart, called me $300 check to Mrs. Ruth San oin, president of the Greens C. enroute from'
and since the weather Tuesday afternoon wanting to Circles Meet boro Band Booaters. The 40-plece band has been invited West Virginia, Psrmr.ylT.nte,
I etc to Jacksonville
bad I'm
turned out so glad know If I would be Bill visited his
couldn't go although we bid a Wade, the man that seeing lout bin Circle On met with Mrs to play at the) New York World'i 'Fair IMM b this', MorHa's summer.Studton ""."J** and daughter Mr. Materials
couple of representatives from home by fire lint week. I told Maurice Owens as hootese on and Mrs Bea S. Duncan end '
the paper on hand. Ettther and her I would see him In the i Monday morning at 930.: April five children the first part of I
Don were there. next few days. She said she 113. Mrs A. D. Sspp chairman Germany where be U serving :the week
presided The lesson with the Seven U. S iona/ I Mrs. Sam Solonta Jr.
certainly wanted him to come end devotional spent
lied a visit from Dave Green- by her home because she lout were given by Mrs. K Army Transportation Group's41st / -. the weekend In TitsurvilI.vilI. with I
wild Tuesday afternoon. lie Is her home by fire back in 1920 Nash Phllpot There were 8 Battalion. Mr. Md Mrs. Thomas Smith. Farm and
Band and everyone was so nice to her members and I visitor present Woodson an aircraft mechsnlo Mrs Frank Whlttel spent the Miss Mitt DowHns. I Builder'sHardware
e.ntSa'td In the battslion's 24MJ weekend at Panacea.
: he Just now she could reciprocate. I Circle Two met at 10:00: Monday student at Abraham Baldwin I
wanted to visit with us and let was lust a little fellow when am. with Mrs. J. B. HI* Transportation Company, entered Mrs. R. L. Massey, president College spent the weekend with
us know personally how much that happened but now I remember -don as hostess Mrs J. B. ID,. the Army la June 1983<< of Junior Woman's Club, Mrs. her family.
he and the other members of K. Mr. Wade, by the don chairman presided Mrs.C. and received baste training at Don Brown, Mrs. Alex McMU- i Mrs. W. E. Piekett of Memphis ,
the club appreciated our co- WW'WI' In the office this D. Johnson gave the devotional Fort Jackson January S. C. He arrived lan and Mrs. Pat Edwards are Tenth U vicMW herI i
operation. He really had high week, asking that I pint a and lesson. There were overseas In 1964. I attending the Florida State daughter Mm. B. L. Beden-
praise for aU thorn that worked "thank you" note for him It 0 members present. The It-year-old. soldier was Womans Club Convention In bough who has been vMtine in ,
so diligently on the various Is printed elsewhere In this Circle t met at tOO: Monday graduated from Quincy High Jacksonville this week. Memphis for two weeks. Mrs.
committees making it possible lisue. I did my bent to conveym's p.m. with Mrs. J. E. Russell ai School In 1863. Dr. and Mrs. Taylor Griffin J. F Hudson of New Albany, I
hostess Mrs. A. B. Blackburn and daughter of Atlanta arevisiting Miss. U alto visiting her niece FertilizersAll
chairman presided. Mri. E. B. oeth e ir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bsdenbaugh.
Embry gave the devotional and PresbyterianWomen Mrs. Lulls and Dr.: and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rhoexhis
Mrs, Lou Nicholson give the Mrs. T. W. Griffin of Samson, Ala. spent the weekend
r lesson There were 12 present MeetWomen Mr. and Mrs. Warner Sanfordof with Mrs. Willie Page
Circle 4 met at 3:30 Monday of the First Presbyterian Atlanta spent the weekend Roberts at liar Lake Talqutneottage. Types
rI p.m. with Mrs. Frank Smith aihoatess. Church met at Fellowship here with Mrs. R. C. Sanfordand .
Mrs M. B. Bites, Jr. tall Monday afternoon at three Miss Alice Sanford and In Mrs. Flora Mitchell and Mir
chairman presided. Mrs. L. L.WlIUi thirty o'clock for their Bible Tallahassee with relatives.Mrs. Evelyn McDonald had as recent (Shade Tobacco Formulas
gave the devotional and ludy which was taught by Miss Frank Nichol of Milford, guests Mrs. Mtt I ells
I Misi Marguerite Hendrix gave Louise Qusrtermsn. Conn. the former Miss Mary and daughter Mr. IOIIM:1a.I: ,
CONTINUE the lesson Radcllff! Munroe Is vlitting her G. Thorps of Chtcsg
I The monthly business meetIng _
m k FLORIDA'S SENIORITY Circle S meat 3:30 p.m. Monday followed the Bible lessen Custom Mixed)

WfHea.SPESSARD. with Mrs. Tracy Riddle u with the president, Mrs. R. H.
hostess lire Ray Lester presided M. Davidson presiding

LHOLLAND the devotional. Mrs Fred Klblllut gave I The secretary, Mrs. W. H TIMBER. Let Us Quote Prices
and Mrs Riddle Fort, reid the minutes and
live the lesson. There were 11membPl'I Mrs. J. W. Woodward, treasurer Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely ,
present and one new made the quarterly
Before You Still
member, Mrs. C. R. Chambers
Don May, word mission
YOUI UNITID STATIS SINATOR Circle 8 met with Mrs. Maxwell I.chairman, read a letter In con I WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICESI I

I haw served 01 your U. S. Senator line 1946. Mrs, Strom Everett Monday Morrow at chairman 3.30 pjn 'nection work. with her phase of the Florida Forest Products Inc. Fertilizer and Lime
During there yean I have> attained seniority presided. Mrs. J. A. Snell give Mra. R. D. Woodward, Jr. and ,
.aJ<. twelfth among 67 Democratic Members the devotional and Mrs. Max Irs. Fount May, Jr., Scout I Call Tames L. Stewart Quincy 856-5494
of the Swat. well Strom the lesion. There Leaders, announced that thirty 1
were 15 members and 1 vial- girls had or call or writeP. Service
This Mnioritho* placed M* on three motor ton completed the Candy Spreader

.met)* committee each OlIO of which II of Circle present.7 met at 10 on Tuesday, stripe lonlng course well at and the were hospital.func- O. Box 305 Tallahassee, Fla. Ph. 223-0669

BarMcvlar Important to Florida and every one April 14, with Mrs. R. R. Klncsld. They also reported that the
dlUdlhent.Yew Mrs. J. F. Johnson, chairman group would attend the World'i
vote May 5th win deep .... In tM powerful presided. Mrs. W. L. Montague Fair this summer on money
petition to help Florida at well at our great .lIVe the devotional and made from the horse shows
lesson There were 9 members Irrigation Supplies
Mrs. Lanier
....." Richardson announced
rIAko prment that the Rev Timothy DOYLECONNER
"" L NOU AND k 5 **."*. el Mil Cswinw Circle 8 met st 10 on Tuesday -Elder would be the guest speaker
L ...... n the lassie ,.. ........... et sesaasild with Mrs Billy Cost as and sing a solo at the -
inert..... aaeslns. ........ ............. hostess and Mrs Gene Williams meeting of the WOC, Monday general Permanent Overhead
fie M.si.r.5 Me A.wwwlkd co-hostess. Mrs. Ralph ,
lassie Aad April 20.
=::' is easy Caw. .* iiare HWW C.swn- Parker, chairman presided. Chairman of the nominating
...... .w There was no leison or devo- committee Mrs. Lanler Richardson *
MMbw ass the__t-. tional due to the absence of presented the slate of Systems Pipe Plumbingand
.............. C..aaatl.e. the study chairman. Tbsrs new officers for the new year Commissioner ,
were 9 members present which begin In October Those

RE-ELECT SPESSARD L. sleeted were president, Mrs.Fount of Water Systems
Joseph WoodsonIs May Jr; vice' president
Mrs. E. 6. Love; secretary: AgricultureGRATEFUL
Mrs. R. D. Woodward Jr.:
PromotedJoseph treasurer, Mrs L. D. McMillan; -

R. WoodlOn--. historian program chairmen Mrs. Ned, spirituallife Hlnson: Ralston Purina

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F, Woodson Mrs. Lanier Richardson, I'M
( of Quincy, was promoted to Christian Community Action,
private first class, Much 20, Mrs. Don May, Ecumenical Misilons
and Relation, Mrs. TomL. for the opportunity to continue Miring Feeds

Maxwell, Leadership and Resources Florld consumers and growers through:
Douglas Owens
Committees under these,
tt Tnornwell Orphanage and Jody INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, ferti-

l who of Is the sponsored Church by, Mrs.the Women Jason- lizers, seeds and pesticides; Custom Feed

r y Gregory Haven, Mrs., Cecil General Price Funds, MIsilon -, MARKETING of Florida agricultural products;

Mrs P. C. Dsvis, White CrossMrs. .
Warren Hlgdon Columbia PROTECTION of plant and livestock Indus

Friendship Circle, Mrs. J. C. tries against diseases and insects; Milling
Hlnson, Miss Louise Qusrter-
v man, Bible teacher, Mrs. Aliens ECONOMY in government by working for j

\ ., Cantey, prayer band leader. better efficiency and conservation as a

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liiWy reducing or even eltrmrutmg the controllintt certain weeds In com. tang .-tb e e[
need toe mltmlion, and promoting I Ins soluble than Alranne,M remain near the ,
higher' y+ekw. the ** surface far longer periods. This i '0srEOAL
Yields boosted by early control ands ft useful on unify scab and where oneI\ f1IC"
Thr.. years of W- e field seedy by his.shadow !sermimtmg gnaw,, such asoabgutt. NoTE'
rdrpendent resasech men pews that by fU pmtcuw and barnyard .
tontmIInI wards 'V>| the Ant three grwt, ate a '*|lOt problem, Samaseweeks t/O.-
of con growth, as many as 29 hoOd be applied' at planting or ..Iterpoor FLETCHER
utrywld. acre an be added to corn planting but before weeds emMce.
Whet Alfirkte Is applied boOIdD, ht weeds end gratus rob ywr
cast w!III INn<1t cove the mass, at or IMo crop of MuMure and nod nutrients die
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thli with another handful of knows even a little about an CARD OF THANKS
YOUTH ASKS dirt and making a few checks activity There la almost nothing {Sporting Goods
on a wore sheet I laW them that Is not Interesting once 1 In bumble gratitude we with
bark off from the bole, usually one learns something about It. to thank all the people of this
.r a Faith and I Challenge 20 or 30 feel Dealers Warned who to hetpfil,
toed one at a lima la there" A land fudging eon section were
Example and Good Exlanalioni
squinting and moving theirarms teat Is, actually, a f.letn.Unaevent' thoughtful and kind to u* following -
Know Limits held straight out from the recent 1 lose of our
Md Consistency About Sales Tax
To Bo Heard I their bodies, describing arc, I forgot to ask anyone U the home by fire. Not only do we
I etc, so Intent that my camera, field tested would be s good especially thank our neighbor
BT Dorothy B. Alexander. pointing straight at them did pisto raise a bale of cotton Dealer subject tn the S percent but also Mr David Burn at
Publications Specialist not even penerat their consciousness wholesale tat on sporting the Florida Forest Service and
Florida Division of goods who are not complying the Quincy Fir Department for
CUM Training Schools I found later that many had Moon Certified with the IM1 .law because. nI their efforts to save our home.
I very line scores on that little I.I pending court uilt could be We would also like to remember
Lait week I watched nearly sheets, one a perfect one' All Diamond ExpertFred taking an expensive calculated the Red Cross, IkeGadaden
fro hundred lida, from more I I had ascertained just from the risk, according to J Ed ) County Time and
hn 30 counties In performance described, many E Moon manager for Straoghn. dlrecloi of the Flor- V.CN1IBUI
landing around holes In tlorld"j! essential things about the sou, the Moon Jewelry Compan, ida Revenue Commission Wad and Family
i groups of what both the lop-soil and tha subsoil Quincy, has been awarded the the law provide up to 25:
lout twenty taw each ph Surface texture, organic Diamond Certificate of the per cam' penallv plus II per cent Sooner or later an Individual
p a handful of dirt roll matter (high, medium or low), Gemologlcil Institute of AmerIca q Interest on an) amounts due discover that the world doe
round In hit palm kj thickness of oil, permeability In recognition of his sue under 'he ,law and not remittedon 'contain gentlemen and ladle u
balling It and movement of air and water In vJ time The '
up peering restful completion of that or- dealer also loses well ai gold d'gien and gent
Intently Then after the salt slope, erosion wind ,gantntlon'a diamond training ..t r the 3 DPI cent discount allowedfor I -. -
rsssJ_ and water), darlnage, and many program The Institute is located prompt payment
other things.To In Lou Angeles with a A considerable number of
ELECTSpurgeon one who, though a rit). branch In New York City dealers. are compiling Slrauihn I
dweller most of her life, has a This world-renowned jewel w said bul II U obvious (Ih.tl
"feeling lot the land' and has er'a training program which some ire wilting to see how
Dunn always had a yen to raise just encompasses the entire di-i the courts finally decide the *..... MAI. 7elltTkur
ONE bale of cotton, to ace It I mond curriculum offered bv the pending litigationThe
County Commiailonar picked and ginned and baled ,Institute, Involve a study of Revenue Commlstlon
and off to market (for a good all phases of diamond technology takes the position that the law) *.. FrU Sit, Susu M*.*
District\ ThreeA price of course! this was a II including evaluationprocedures Is operative and shall be followed April 1*. 17, II II. II
fabulous performance. and grading for col unless or until the courts
Described n the Fifth An. or, clarity and cutting In addition ty rule to the conlrart Walt Disney
null Stale Land Judging Con. to the study Involved, 'We feel PresentsMisadventures
test held at the Florida School Mr Moon was required to grade obligated to adviseall
| man with his eyes open who are not paying the i oi
lor Bass at Martians on April and appraise a number of dta
for the Improvement olpadsden .
cent lax of the
per heavy extra
3. The two winning team, onefrom moods, which were checked by Merlin Jones
County This aerie cost* Ifhe law Is sustained"
Inf ads will tell you what h. the Future Farmers ofAm..rlu the staff of the Inmltute. said Mtraughn Starring Temmy Kirk
and one from the 4-H Mr. Moon has managed the Aanelte
advocate for tlM
county Clubs \\111.0 to Oklahoma City ,above-mentioned Jewelry firm Further he pointed out If,
1. A proceeding plant for later In the month to compete since Sept 11)53. He has a past the wholesaler falls to collect
with teams from other itatea. of 23 the tax from the .retailer, then
every firm product Provide years a* certified master Tu... Wed. Apr. tl. U
mur young people with job 1 will I be the third time a watchmaker atonesetter and upon audit for a period up to
at home with a chance for Coltondule Jackson County 'engraverRECREATION. three years the wholesaler. ,, Shock Treatment
advancement Processing and team the F F.AInn..r this GAIN-IN.WEIGHT WINNERS 4.11: and FFA member.are shown whose steers were would be obligated to remit'himself Carol Lysday
year and the team boasting the from his own fundi the marring
packaging market adds of our a lot produce to the perleit-scoi-e boy George Tharp winner In the 'Galn-In-Weight' contest at the 20th Annual Fat Cattle Show and I lax due plu. penalty and Interest Lama Bacall<

for- especially after transportation has gone to National under 'I Sal. last week. Front row, left to eight ale, Paul Bert. Gadsden 4 ii, ninth place; Elisabeth ,
to and from the the guidance of the same coach Fletcher, Gadtden 4 H, tenth. and Billy Noble, lacloon 4-H, seventh; second

plant !located up north are Ghaiod VVhltfleld. In 1882 the NEWS row: Craig McMillan Quincy FFA, louith; Butch Odom Jackson FFA, fifth; John Garrett Hospital Report HILLDRIVE.IN

would added. help Just our think how It if i place Cottondale In National Team mined by only lust I I By Dena JamesMEN'S ]Jackson 4-H, sixth; Will Maxwell Gadsden 4 H, second; and Floyd Suber Jr., I

Ihose union wages economy were paid point I Gadsden 4.H. eighth; back row Jim Gorman general manager of the Florida Retail I April T April 13Admllllnn.

In our own young people InGadaden The winning team In 4.11 SOFTBALL stoW.PITCH Federation which sponsors the project; and Daniel Coullielle\ Jackson FFA, first placewinner. *-. Mrs Patricia r..... M"' Mill
County Club category this year waa the Not pictured it Becky Hanna Gadaden 4 II, third Photo bLr Morttn'i Studio Ann Brown
Alachua County Team, A. T. Came for the week In Men's --- I Emory Dawklns,
Andrews, coach. Slow Pitch Softball la a* follow Mr.. Mildred !Sneed A, M.
In F.F.A., Blountstown (Calhoun *: April 20- Massey Drugs In th* running event each dour n( !the day The District crisp, smooth la pleasing Yates Mr. Mildred Cook Mr Frl. Bat. Ape IT. II
ThU hi not a campaign prom County) second Santa- v*. N. F. Experimental; April participant will be limited to Meeting of the EplB ise. It I. juat to let you Fe Alsuchua County was ) ; third 21- Talquln Electric Coop. vs. two dishes I relay, t run and Tong Churchmen will be held *. toasted bread rraiker. Sullivan Miss Dianne Chasm. Gunfight At
know tome of his Ide... Ub'nu WUIIston was ; Joe Wedeles, Inci April 23- the low hurdle making II\ this Sunday al Camp Weed All crusty roll and vegetable, R II. Flournoy, Mary Allen I
[ agree with them, vote fourth, and(Levy Countywas Randy'a v*. Massey Drugs. possible for each to run In five E\'(' member are asked to cooked until just don, In the Tharp. Mr. Gladys Edw.rd"l Comanche Creek
'or Poplar SpringsHolmes JUNIOR CHAMP TRACKS event There will not be any nl<'t'1 al, the church at 2 p.m IOU food category ire well- Mr*. Nell Skipper Mri. Lula marring Sadie Murphy
( County) was fifth. FIELD MElT SATURDAYThe entries In the field event Please hi lug bathing suit anda rooked vegetable, casserole, Ann Mlllsan and Mri Sarah' AIM
In the 4-H Club N..OI'J.followln third annual Junior Track shoes will be permitted simple box sup|>rr M :fish l and some meat. Elisabeth Peacock Qulnry Two Weeks In
Spurgeon Dunn Alachua County in Olympic Track and Field meet this year for the tint time, Johns Church In Tallahaanee, Avoid too many fried bread Mri Fences Filrrlnth, Mrs
the ftrApl.re war Altha (Calhoun for boy will be held at 0 ..m. but participant must supply hkh Is the fowl church (iir this ''fit. stuffed or baked foods In Dorothy Hllnson and Mr. Annie Another Town
County; St. John County this Saturday, April 18th at the their own. meeting will provide the drinks the sam meal Vary the prep- Nadine Vlrk.". Chaltahonrhee.: Starring Kirk Pevglaa,
County Commiasloner and, third Jackson; Clay County, fourth. ; field behind the Agricultural Win, lose or draw each young'iter '' The meeting will be adjourned iratlon Try some hot foods, Msy F, Gee, Jamea Benjamin. (',d Charlsaeftu
County, Building of Quincy High School. will receive a handsome shortly after R pm Tht cold others l wla and Mrs, Sally Morgan
District Three
\ I covered a district I The meet this year will be participation certificate pmnn District Meeting of the Women ,eralure. Ilivins.; Mrs. Levis Cohurn,
.Pald Political AavcrtlMfncnt) I land I Judging expected contest to be two bored yean "sponaored by the Jaycees with ally autographed by former of the (Church with our own Appetite are affected bv Ireenslmro; lather Fallli Mt Apr II
ago' the name Junior Champ being Olympic pole vaulting champion Mr 0 Lamar Mince. Sr unapt of (nat.. A plate with Pleasant; Mrs Carolyn Coombs Period oi
How different It li when
one used to coincide with the State now pole vaulting director "presldliig( will b* held at SIJames' round moulded .salad new par Kneads and Mri Omega Dur-
and National Jaycee Junior of the Wheatlr Sport fedrratlon. t'hurch, Port St Joe., (alnea, chicken trtrasrlnl In a den nrindrldiie AdjustmentMarring
MsTBOPBT MASON VlRHAK CITY OOUNOL Champ Track and Field Pro- Also ribbon will b* on Thursday April 23rd Registration pastry shell and muffins, plus BIRTHS: Mr and Mri. Jan Fends.
grama. The meet will also be awarded through first three for the meeting beginsat cream puffs for dessert la monotonous Johnny d Brown, twin girls Jim Halle
co-iponsored by the City Recreation place In each event and medals 10 a m. with the opening and uninteresting April 7. Mr. and Mrs Dan I
VOTE FOR Department and the presented to the three highpoint service scheduled for 1030 s m If you follow the nutritionist's Hneed,In''d' April T, Mr. and
r r Qulncy High School Athletic men In each age group From the foregoing recommendation for a serving of Mr Scott, boy, April' Watch For The
Department.The RegUtratlon will be handled" looks a* though this Is a sort green and yellow vegetable. T; Mr and Mr*. Kenny Cook
C. SMITH meet will be open to from 8 30 900 the morningof of travelling month for the every day you ran avoid a col- hey, April I; Mr, and Mrs. William .! Birthday Partyat
three age group In both the the meet people of the Church I hope one. meal They nut only add ; Henry Rtlnann, boy, April the Hill Soon! t
running and field event Ia BARB RUTH BASEBALL that St. Paul will be wall represented color but provide you with It; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Junior
( r follows: Pee Wee (12-13) Junior TRYOUTS (AgM IS-IO it all these functions.' needed amount of vitamin A Coomb*, girl, April II. 1
1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER II"15) and Prep Division Data set for Babe Ruth ltaae- Our Adult Inquirer Group and CTo
R"DORSEY ((16-17) ball tryouts to be held Monday, meets this Friday evening ala keep color bright when'
Th running event are: SO, May 4 at Corry Athletic Fieldat pm. at the home of Mr andMr rooking, rook green vegetablesIn LOANS
3 100, 200 yard dashes 440 880 7 30 .. Wm. M. SnUlh Th few
District Gadaden County ; pot. a* Illll laMed water as you'
yard run and relay plua 120 PONT LEAGUE meeting we have hart so fir can Cook them a* quickly as'
yard low hurdle II...) represent a total Investment In
TRYOUTS (AIM possible keeping the lid off I RESIDENTIAL FARM
YOUR VOTE: AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED time of some fourteen hours.
The field event are 12 lb. Date art for Pony League for the first minute to let mild
(patIitlad Ado..1 I shot-put, discus high Jump tryouts Friday, May I at Corr He never seem to have the requisite acid escape with the ateara.Too Lowest Closing Costs High Appraisal
broad lump and pole vault.. Field Diamond at 7.SO p nv. amount of s.eltdteslplltseto much heat and acid cause
--- --- --- keep within the assigned I
JUNIOR! LITTLE LEAGUE: discoloration. Cook yellow v.getables .
TKVOtTS FOR I'NU time limit With my aUtendance In salted water, using
on the District Meet.ig -
Just enough to
,. of the Churchmen prevent scorchIng -
TryouU will he held Thursday Young about one-half Inch In bottom
FEDERAL INCOME TAX ABOLISHEDThis ''I f JO May 7, .Doyle Conner field 'a this 1 llrmiwd Sunday Lay, Mr.leader Joee Adams In the, of pan. Cook them I Quick Confidential and Courteous Sendee
at : pm.RFOIgTRATION lid on Do not overcook
I' Parish will b* reading EvenIng -
TARDI FOR hey will lose color. WI'-I
et the
BASEBALL' PRCKiRAMHReglntrallon Prayer evening service .
-- -- -
i 7 pm. The Burial
cards for the Office was reed'In. Si. Paul.Church Among the most aerlou physical ,
Could Happen above program are availableat I : on last Thursday fur ) deficiency In alcoholics I* HARBIN-WOLF, Inc.
May Drug* and City Hall only the lack of a sufficient vltamli i
Joan Jordan Edward
with theR..nd
and must be turned In at eitherof Hronaon supply In a large p.rrentag.l I 321 West Crawford Street
the two place. Every buy stsUng the a-tor.Matoey. Th ar of the rases, says : Phone MAIn 7-8737
GET BEHIND THE LIBERTY AMENDMENTA participating In any "'U:<"REA.. ;Rector luggeeU that such person Alcoholic RehsbllMatlon Program
TION Al."IVITMUST register a. might hive young children proper diets art neglected .I Your Business Will Be' Appreciated
every year In every activity to be baptised consider entirely" during drinking,
; therefore all ymrtgsle'smust Whtounday aa an '.ppeopetaleday bringing 01hlMt of disease
register gain IMs
yearfor as this feast
full presentation of the arguments for passingthe wish the above programa If they set aside for the administration was anciently
to play thla araaon.
of loly Baptism .
Amendment and the Deadline to be handed for regietretbacards In la tryout vtssu M. Paul'; ParIah for purpose I
Liberty repealing per time .f the particular bane- of confirmation on June WEST ENDBEAUTY
ball the 14th, for the first Um In
a number of year al the 11 a mtervbe '
sonal income tax will be presented Friday After that Sunday, we
will revert to the summer schedule

night at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Episcopal 10 am, with, and services at 7 pm.HINTS 'at. g and
Church Holes .

Quincy. Mr. Alfred H. Nelson, Chairman Florida from M. rent' TOHOMEMAKERS'

WIU I finally fri. MM gobbler,
Liberty Amendment Committee, will be so ",,"', an end ef It! It I II By Marjerto .. Cregery 2 OPERATORS
a plusure to be slab to announce
tint Camp Weed has lime iw ..watnllms AfsnlfilVE
present. Rmember Learn How and Why this been booked for a ParMi Plo TOI'R MEAL
nle on the afternoon and evening EYE ArfEAL.Do LAVETRA THARPE MABEL PRESNELL
of May 10th. A* this U the your meal appeal to the
Friday at 8:00 p.m. concluding one of the three rye as well a* to the taste
polio Sundays, .e are suggesting Meal appeal I* snore thin
that all ran plan' to taste say MU. laola William OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAYWEST
I leave from the ImmunKaUiin ssslrfant nutrltlonlat Florida
renter et the George Mane Agricultural CMenakm atervlre
School as anon after I pmposelM as Te naae meals mart attraelee JEFFERSON STREET
HIGH QUALITY HIGH YIELD'L1 *. A* I spa..1 tribute consider ....ur.. temperature .
to mother of the Parish ,hat method of prepsrstlnn MAIn 7-8624
being Mother' Day, we might and shape and color of foods
sagged Ifcet the mew ., the All will add Up' to your menu
SEEDS : Church for thus. one day serve A meal that combtoe several ,
a* a rlean-up rommHtee at the tettiirea chewy, hard, soft.
: I

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Azal.a Camellia -'Rose Food Bone Meal CHARLES IINARD. Owner TO THE'CITIZENS

Evergreen Food Potting Soil Peat Reaodella Addition

Cow and SheepManure NEW CONSTRUCTION

COMPLETE LINE OF e Caroae Carport Patch.

.p Lawn Garden Field Fertilizers M. e Boob* Skill* e CobbeMe

Florida Boom e Eacle: ..*

FIELD SEED "No Job T.. large Of Tee tmaV"

Havana Highway Phone 627449S

AU Varieties Corn Lindsey 77 Sorghum

Chufas Cotton Velvet Beans

Mill,t Kentucky Wonder 191 Beans Elect OF QUINCYMy

Peanuts Cow Peas (



doopost appreciation for entrusting io me

AU Varieties Beans and Peas Cantaloupes :

if 4 Okra Carrots- -Pepper Sweet-Cora Pumpkin- Cucumbers- Radishes--Lettuce Rape L .1 i' : GADSDEN TAX COLLECTOR COUNTY the high office of City Commissionerfor

rtJ Rutabaga Squash Watermelon :$
Green Seeds ) 'T PWqe TM* load another term.
ferric emd Cowleey tooO
I i"r 1. Ike PeopU W Codalie. -

QUINCYFEEDMILLS, mc Year win Vet I. Appreciate1 and Support Leon E. "Bud" WeavenG.DSDN I

QUINCY DIAL MAIn 7-8287 FLORIDA 4,T Paid ToMeoi Mr.

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can get In blf dirty work. out 111 streaks of jealousy: be- Survivors Include his wife, LONELY SWAN
I The National Outlook fcealood Curry Buy To Make tween yourself and others of Mrs Etta Woodward, St.
But here we run Into I teem I e kith and kin, how to approach 2 p.ter"l Burlington, Wls. Besidentsof
and get In accord again burg; daughters, Mn. Burlington are concerned
the title
-- ng contradiction: with the person tenaciously ette Burkln, Plnellas Park, and about a beautiful swan that
By George Hagedorn the domestic economy, AccordIng 48-polnt Century: Bold, Iro- holding a long-time grudge. Miss Diana Woodward, St. swims all alone in the Fox
BOOM AND POVERTY to a recent statement by declares that more than How to turn the shop or of- Petersburg; one son, Wilbur] River.
few people do like ui, after ice troublemaker Into Jim But, first they must
a or engagean
This column cannot recall a
time when economic optimism the President, our international : and with that for a lure we i Jane that everyone will like; Woodward, St. Petersburg; one, expert to find out what kindof
was so enthusiastic or so nearly receipt and payment came the more happily on, vn how to tell s real from an Imaginary sister, Mrs. Louise Dyal, El mate to buy. Up to now, noone
unanimous Th. generally close to a balance in the first we arrive at the deliberate enemy, and what to do Paso, Tex; S brothers, OoytWoodward his been able to get nearthe
favorable forecast at the turn quarter of 1964 Bert of all according slaying of he en about both; how to get along : Columbus Ca., Albert 1 bird, which takes to the
of the have been to his statement, this f ) In the midst. with the big boA, the little boss and Cole Woodward, both air at the slightest provocation
ed by the year actual record.xceed-I. was achieved by a substantial 1 This we do, it finally appears, the chief clerk, the office boy of Quincy Allen Woodward,I
tint rise in exports while imports dC y the tame method that old and the janitor: and then Bristol, and Monroe Woodward,
quarter. remained stable. This i* bared Weems, George Washngton't (soft music, please) how to Hartford, Conn, and three
Automobile sales reached anew on advance) estimates and a first and most famous keep on good terms with the grandchildren.
high in the quarter Just, real appraisal of the situation F said the brave, In-laws.
pasted and the number of those will have to await publication and methodical Georle.Iw.y. Card of Thanks
who say "it can't last" becomes' of the final and detailed fig wed. The parson said There's I lot more, but even ,
progressively smaller, Activity ur... "melted down Iron enemies the sincerest of favorable criticism The family of Paul Goodson
has risen In other basic industries. On the whole, the American make them golden friends', has to halt somewhere would like to express grateful
Construction volume economy teems to be making a practical alchemical device ahort of the advertising col appreciation for those people
continues high. Business plans a transition from mere prosperity would be warmly approved umns. And so, thanks to Dr who showed kindness and sympathy
indicate that plant and equipment to boom. The future the author-editor from Kan Montgomery, and "111!" to the at a time when it was
expenditures In 1064 will sustalnablllty of the boom maybe City. Philistines along the way. deeply appreciated. Your kindness -
be some 10 per cent above 1963. questioned but Its I may try It eventually, or, will always be remembered I
The spectacular rise in the reality cannot.It today. It can start, we are and appreciated
Former Resident
lock market Implies that Investors lld, with a wave of the The family of
see even better business may appear strange and the briefest of hall Paul Goodson
the President chooses just :
ahead. Passes April 5 -- ---- --
; the thoroughfare "Hit"like
his :
time to start war on
Even the ::0
stubborn Interna that and In time It
But the
tional-payments problems may erty.does not view It this way. : either succeed or fall; and Funeral services were conducted NOW AVAILABLE atBILL'S
be on its way to solution, and I the latter event the answer
argument is that there are for Henry Jets Woodward -
this would relieve pressures on group in the country who, "So what?" You've done 87, of St. Petersburg, BAIT & TACKLE -
cau': i of personal .. part. formerly of Quincy, last Tuesday
es, cannot share In the afternoon, April 7, In the
ELECTRICALSERVICE pronperlty. This is It's a violation of the rules Wllhelm-Thunton Chapel, St. MOTOR REPAIRS & PARTS
ly true, but one may still I reviewer to present a di Petersburg. The Rev. Harris W.
Administration' of all that he finds be ZrittendoQ officiated and in-
that the
gram for handling the the covers of I book; terment folio'.ved in the Royal EVINRUDE MOTORS & BOATS
Is either necessary of in this Instance it's no Palm Cemetery
In all civilized nations of the courtesies to tell Born In Alken, 8. C., Mr. -0-
Anything from wiring who are completely helpless reader something of what Woodward moved from Quincy
expect in the near-final pag- to St. 23 YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT
In need are taken oar of Petersburg years ago NEEDS
a house to replacing the community. This I 11 true -' including" a succesiion of and was assistant superintendent CAN ALL BE FILLED ATBILL'S
a light bulb our country, where the like these: of the grocery departmentof
sibility for such relief Is How to get grumpy grownups Webb's City. He was a mem-
In the hands of the states cantankerous kids, mom ber of the Junior Order of the BAIT & TACKLE SHOPQUINCY'S
Ike Shepardat localities although 1.4. I' dads, sisters and brothers, United American Mechanics.Mr. .
grant also enter the over new and brighter Woodward died Sunday, FISHERMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
There seems to be no :: 1 together; how to wipe April 6.
case for a new federal l
to assls such people
CO. thrust is to help young
r become more employable '
MAIM TIS4JRes. that they may eventually
151-1431 their place in the economy
Warehouse Ph. MAIn 7-1100 self-supporting citizens

.' the efficacy of federal

PAY WHY$15,500 FOR A PART- rld"b.! -oat A'

;, 'l (aft Lsi.CJt't11' +12f; r

The position oi state attorney 1* a lull time )
The 115,500 salary Is full time pay almost a* much a
a circuit judge's salary. Circuit Judge art not
to practice law. There I* not one good reason why :
tat. attorney should do to. J'm: myry

Recently, a second part-time assistant state
torney was added to the staff making a total oi $ I
annual salaries lor elate attorney and two rya
Sylvan Strickland U opposed to the Idea oi .
the personnel oi the office at taxpayer expense
order to allow the state attorney more tIm. to handle :

lucrative law practice.But \

the law doe not prohibit private practice
the State attorney. So Strickland voluntarily
/ to girt It up In order to give hit undivided I
to this) oWce No other candidate U willing to do For the 3rd time "In three yearn, Fred ....,....takes the grueling Atlanta) "....at the wheel of Ms....

The least that the people! oi the circuit In : : f :
the tote capital U located need are paying for
should require oi a candidate for slat attorney Is FORD TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINS
law and
z full Urn service with no private practlc.
conflicts oi Interest Sylvan Strickland Is the
candidate willing to offer this minimum platform.For "

the first time la 22 years w. hart an : ': ATLANTA 500" FOR 3RD YEAR IN A ROW !

unity to choose between candidates for this
>t's bring the office up to dot. Let's

win Ford, Incredible history of victories In virtuBecause Ford enters open competition .
ELECT Latest gives ally every kind of automotive event the ear at your Ford Dealer's
possible-from stock ear nets' to econlraltronger,better handling, safer and
1 11! out t of l last 12 omy runs,from rallies to endurance tests. thriftier In th.lonr run. They're built

SYLVAN STRICKLANDSTATE This is the dramatic way to show for total( performance.
) NASCAR. 500 milers! that Ford have changed and the
sure way to be certain they keep on TRY TOTAL: PERFORMANCE

ATLANTA, April 5: In t blazing changing. FOB. A CHANGE!
exhibition of total performanet, ace Ford enters special ears In open
driver Fred Lorenzen piloted his specially competition, in addition to its extensive
modified 64 Ford to a stunning laboratory and test track programs, FORD
ATTORNEY victory In the Atlanta "500" before t because competition provide an fattensity -
cheering crowd of 75,000 spectator of testing that no proving

This victory marks the 11th time ground alone can provide. Fa1coD.ralrlantRm.nundcrbinlthat
Ford ha captured a NASCAR The lessons Ford has learned in racing -
i: HEAR .STRI : of 600 miles wnwtii OF WOTOK TUND'Iltartlnr
lock ear event or more have already led directly to such
out or THE riAK AWARD
k in May, 1962. refinements a* a stronger rear axle,
SPEAK ON In the put two yean,tough dependstreamlined 'fallback" styling, better
ast' able Ford-built car have carved out an brake and an Improved ignition system. -s( )--

NIGHT AT 11:15 I '/ : Inman- Johnson Motor Company, Inc.

218 West Jefferson St. Quincy Flo.
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first of the year 11 times, tied shoes 13 tlmei they near their property line :Mrs W II Cofleld, Tillidegi. Pine HD Club I Friday, May I.
I balloons bought 3 per child, GARDENINGIN there ls a tendency to slowdown Ala, Col and Mrs E. K. Austin Mrs Bailey, Program Chairman
Officers of the West Florida
showed color slides en
to keep from slinging University Ala, Mrs 8 A
balloons life 13 seconds -
Livestock Auoclatlon should average FLORIDA plant food Into the neighbor'syard. Austin. Rome, Ga, Mr and Has MeetingThe "Todsy's Artful Entertaining."
told not to
also be commended for the fine ; j jBy
AROUND [ Mrs G. W Jordan, Jr Tallahassee A social hour followed which
the street 21 times, children Pine Home Demonstration
Fit Cattle Show and Sale last
So and Mr. and Mrs Richard was enjoyed by all.
keep s brisk when
,week It was the bluest on crowed the street 11 timer; ..- Mersey Sharpe Editor, pace Rowe, TallahasseeThe Club met it T:49 Thursday
The record. erase number of Saturdays I'll! you are approaching yourneighbor's evening, April 9 at the The
baby porpoise a strongswimmer
Agricultural Extension property line or he Spring Flower Show will
do this again, 0. Florida home of Mrs M. L. Register
Thoroughly enjoyed the ealfj Service will think that you are slowing be an event of this afternoonat keeping pace with
SQUARE scrambles. Never.. Well, some former residents] down with Mrs. Alex McMillan seccretiry Its mother The baby usually
a youngfella I of the because of old age, or because the Garden Center front 3 to9pm.
this time year presiding
bouMand at
moved Lawns
with more determinationthan have literally you are selfish swims with the tip of Its flipper
By Bub.r Ben Castro from Leon all back to Sawdust 'ire like some ladles' hairdos Mrs. McMillan gave a timely touching the mother's side, ac
1 he Welcome home Willie and they have I careless look. analysis of fertilizer to Bra James Watts, president devotional entitled "When cording reports from Marine-
County Thought going
WM Is safer to apply Is alt .tys I problem. The Woman Club. Mrs.Clinton .
It Quincy
to choke hit calf to death before Stoney Edwards. But remember, Raster Is Over taken from I land of Florida.
lawns kind often depends on soil type.
about scraggly Bissett, president elect .
grumble Peter 118The :
Christine Thompson Just called
he the halter him.
got on than the wlfe'a hair. So, dons Sandy soils hungry soils, and Mrs. Harold Davis, alternate
Overheard a politician sitting and said to bell Hal to bring and demand =. fertiliser than In roll was called with
this smile too far, or you delegate are Jscknonvllle '
Hits oft to tilt Quincy Band behind me remark Sure will 1 some catsup home. She said the carry hive a tough problem In, richer loamy eirth. attending the Florida Federation thirteen members present, after Floor Covering
children like It so much they will which the minutes of theprevious
be glad when election U overso
Club for such For faster
patrons being n the house rather than a greening power usea Convention.
mate sandwichesJane .tUrfl reid and
I even "catsup meeting were
can act normal again. Hey!
excellent host it the District around the plant food that U high la Inorganic -
oT problem Mill Paula Leslie and Miss .
Look at NoNsme out there politicking I Allen tells me poor approved.Mrs. Including Fermlee
I! Bind Festival hit weekend and he Unt even Scott Smith has measles. TsktssJ Keeping a lawn wellgroomedIs nttroRtn. For slow, Eve Kevin of Tallahassee, students Ernest
I Bailey, treasurer
economic principle long-lastlng Inlaid liaelaust rubble
the plant food
baaed on use afertlll..r
The club even arranged to have at Chlpola College spent
running anything.Bythewsy the
gave treasury report
perfect weather. It wn quitean 1 of labor and capital. You | that contains some the weekend at Long Beach with vtaTl. eerkCounter
Guess that's tt for this weet She that the
reported club'sbarbecued
hive you noticed most likely measure the nitrogen from
undertaking with about 2,000 will sn organic a group of friends.Mr .
people participating. Understand how many people will say Mdoesn't Come back to see me. Bye-bye''! labor by the number of blistered source. The total "grow power -. 'I hamburger sale at
and Mrs. Carey Everett
the Fat Cattle Show and Sale Top
the various committee make any differencehow plams needed to clear the of a fertilizer Is listed on the
started calling their helpers the someone .1..'. nime In Nordhaus Takes winter debris, and the neigh bag as the amounts of N-P-K Ca.have and returned Boston, from Mass Augusts, was successful
spelled In the newspaper But bor's March-blown clutter from So, read the libel before you I The club voted to sell a hun Work
lust let their names .be spelled th. )'ani. I buy. Mrs. Everett Munroe returned dred of the Home. Dumonntrajtlon -
lot wrong and wont! Ford CourseF. By removing the top covering Today there Is a fertiliser for Friday from Jacksonville where Cookbooks
she attended Welfare Institute
0.05Ct sn't It good to we suntan of trash, you'll get rid of almost every purpose. Some I a Mrs. McMillan! made the fallowing All frees
for weeks.
lotion back In the store window W. Nordhsus service manager Insect-hiding and dtaease-hsr- mixtures claim to Include dog'I two announcements. :
.? I. of Inman Johnson Motor boring places. A second rakingIs cat and Insect repellents. The Mrs. Edgar Barnett Jr. of St. 1. The Federation' and Council Expert Installation
666 Rebellion A statistician Company, Quincy, has been often a good Idea as It removes kind you use Is the kind that Petersburg spent the weekend meeting would be held al,
le took his children to the too certified u a graduate of the the wtitler-kllled sprigsof you can afford What gardeners with relatives and attended the Glen Julia Park April 29, Federation -
one Saturday Later be handed service merchandising course, ,ran and keeps the lawn can afford Is not always the Does-Jenkins wedding which 10SO a m. and Council I
his wife this memorandum on conducted at Ford Motor Cora- from looking as It It bad been common practice, because there was an event of Saturday.Mrs. I p.m.t. SHE FER.BLITCH:;
.the days' ..cU.Drled. = tear p.ny'a Atlanta Marketing In- using "that greasy kid stuff." Is a temptation to apply fancy Everett Munroe and Miss Nutrition Cliwes for
-- stitute.CertllcaUon. The next step Is to feed the fertilizers If It Is a credit pur- Sada Bomlck left Tuesday for Young Mothers began April 14 ,f..ju,3.JiuWHCtflOWA| ,.,,
of course completion ever-hungry grass. Unless you chaw as opposed to plain M.P.1tPerJona Tampa where they are attending The club voted to hold their / ;
RE-ELECT was announced by L. C. ire an expert don't try broadcasting If tt 1s a cash deal. a Florida State WelfareConference May iUcreitlnn meeting it the
Brock director of the Ford the plant food by hand home of Mr. Henry Grady on
Institute Most likely you'll end up with Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs

WILLIAM D. "Bill" HOPKINS The course Is one of several' aebra-strlped grass due to your Thomas llolcom of Lakelsnd,,
ire visiting Mrs. Mark Mun
available at the Institute for sklp-and-mlsa system of sppU- NEW KIND
cation. roe Jr. and family, coming to
/ dealers their personnel and
Ford Motor Company employ Even t at you are forced to attend the wedding of Mrs
STATE ATTORNEY es. Classes are conducted by 'Join the economic erase of def Mrs C. D. Johnson, Mrs. Taylor's sister Miss Tee Mun I OF LIFE INSURANCE
a staff of professional, full icit financing, It Is best to rent Maxwell Strom Mk s. O. V. roe and Wilson lilnson Satur
1 time Instructors. a fertiliser distributor from the McPherson, Mrs. Amos Davis day.Captain I
who will sell the fer returned Friday from Orlando and Mrs Kenneth 11
Subjects from man MORE INCOME
.A range manage- Martin GIVES
and tuber on credit. where they attended the Florida and family of Tucson,
men merchandising courses Conference of the Arizona, are visiting her parent
which pullout Society
for dealers and their department The distributor

Mr. and Jefferson
*, Mrs 11
of Christian Service.
specialised managers to workshops salesmanshipand for, fertilizer twenty Is or lust so tiny fine bands for tht of Miss Edna Jones of Spartanburg Davis, They will spend WHEN NEEDED MOST !

.'.rr members. In addition the powdery type fertiliser. However S. C Is visiting her ..Iar two weeks. fAu..d
<* Mrs J. D. W.rlll'Ind Robert Maxwell, student at
school of automotive business you'd best make s few '
I administration conducts ol the machine niece Mrs J. W. Peacock and Valdosta State College spent Life Ineome an entirely MW Mad a6u /ri
trainIng test pushes
programs for selected Ford- across the lawn to get the feel family In Tallahassee the weekend with his parents I awe U now available from Equitable. It t.ta..... and rout
The Mr. and L
Mrs. Thomas
Motor Company personnel I of the operation before you get be an Spring event of Flower Show will well Man wife decide In tvfoaw the flied monthly_. your wife
Classes business. Remember this afternoon I
utilize serious
the effective to
management most methods down if you tig where you at the Garden Center from 3 U. and Mrs i 0. Dyer of would receive If you were not there. It guarantee your

currently being used by outstanding should have tagged, your cols to i p.m.0M.r Jacksonville spent the weekend wife mor monthly Ome during earlier years, when atpensas >

automobile dealerships Likes will show UD as yellow and ... II. Jefferson DivUMrl with her parents, Mr and are hnvte.it to help raise the family It provide
Mrs. H. J.nel'tOlD.vla..
I Mr. Brock said. Group green grass.To Brock Tallahassee and I substantial cash ..Iu.* and there'sno
Robert Puckett, director of I*. Miss Moselle Vincent, stu lifetime protection,
participation In simulated '
r or management situationsIs sellIng -I prevent this, take a sober each, Moyne Art Foundation were dent at Wesleyan College, Macon forfeiture the bonsftclary dies first. Only Assured Life
before making
a primary part of each breath swarth across the lawn. Judges Friday at the exhibit at spent the weekend herl.Cap.ln Income offers you and your wife all this,, and svsllabllltf

course Also, adjust the machine U I Sears Roebuck and Co., sponsored and Isis Anthony I of uddtlumal b\U as well. For complete Information, cU
The Atlanta by the Foundation and Joseph Wheat and son Joe 111
Marketing Institute
apply only half as much fertil the Ufa Assurance Society of UM United Stated
annually enrolls more than Tallahassee Garden Club. of K I. Air Force Rise, Miriiesette The Equitable
2,500 sales iser as recommended by Jour Mrs Eileen Wright and [ Mich, spent severs!
specialist of Ford son
If Motor Company products from county. two agricultural applications agent, ,. ont.ndm.k. I, Tom of Port St. Joe '(II'nthe days here with his mother, Mrs Call The Man from Equitable
!) weekend
Jre You i ware a ten-stste area.DOG application going east and west,,, Mrs Cecil here.Cook, Mr. and Mrs A, J. Wheat recentlyThe ,

and another going north and I James Stephens and two daught- Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
FIRES GUN era of Chattihonchee' visited Mr Program estimates
That the can load of the S.cond Judicial Circuit Smart gardeners save a few, and Mrs. Morris Peterson dur that only about three per cent ,
composed of six counties I* on* of the hoariest New York Ronald J. Perry pounds of fertiliser for later big the weekend. of alcoholics In the V. 8. are PHONE 627-7308
27, was reportedly resting use just In case they skip I Among the relatives here ".k Id row" types, dispelling the "
la the Slot, and the records show that every defendant well after entering the hospital blade or two of grass.Th for the funeral of Mrs S 11 old ittttude that ill alcoholicsare P. 0. Box 83 Quincy FloridaThere's

charged with the commission of a crime has been suffering from a gunshot wound 'e'whlrly-blrd" type fertlllu -. Perry Friday were Mr and bums
afforded a fair trial promptly Inflicted by his hound dog 1 >r distributor Is fine for the -
Perry told police he had been unselfish gardener. Using pet-
In addition WILLIAM D. HOPKINS hat been target shooting In his basement let-type plant food, this machine : e
with a U-caUber rifle. He had tons the shot-like material :
undertake can
called on by several governors to motor this bread
leaned the gun again the will twenty feet or more. Out more
prosecutions all over Florida. and the dog knocked It down In the middle of the lawn most

causing it to go off wounding gardeners are happy to are the
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.'. familiar, once-cherished, once-useful has succumbed to the ravages of time The Church b the greatest
factor on earth" for the building
It served itt purpose! of character and good '. .. ...- ...
". Could all the churches In our town someday look like this? citize hJp. It U ttorehouM '. ...'4 ;,
of iplntual values. Without
I They could! a strong church, neither
1", Maybe they tall.. democracy nor civilization ,.
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I,.H'" t {/ they have served their purpose can sound lurvive.reaeoni There why are every four ". : fl i ,: _
I' if we don't need them anymore! person should attend services it t

Even if you haven't been getting to church of late, I think you'll pro. regularly and support the
church.They are: ((1) For his
test that we DO need our churches. We need the truth they teach the own eake. ((2)) For his chd- = I

I faith they instill the hope they inspire the God-given strength with of dre his'.community:lake. ((3)) For and the nation.sake

It' which they undergird our life.Thii ((4))For the take of the church j
4 it the very point: We ALL need our churches. iUelf, which needs his moral '
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,.-' That it their purpose I and redc our Bible daily. I

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i Hydro Get Company M -Boon'YI Inc. Frosty Morn Meats Quincy Motor Lodq.
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Shell Service OH Company

Bell & Bata Hardware Company FoodsTalquln Darby Construction: Company & Johnson Company
W. recommend that rei ttlrad Uckmrtk QuIncy Feed Mills. Inc.
Electric Cooperative we. .! ,eu ek.lc. s....,. rt-M reeds
QuIncy lumber Company
Inman-Johnson Motor Co., Inc. Western Auto Associate Store BUI a.il'rallHllocen The Jefferson House American Fence Industries
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First Federal Savings and Loan
A'UtU. W 0...... CMtyCocaCoIa Butler-Morgan Funeral Home Southern Chemical Chandlers. Hamburgers.

sale k StrHr IM.Mack's Bentley Electric Company
Bottling Company ,
Jane Allen Shop Jo. Wedeles. Inc.
Harbin Wolf. Inc Radio & T.V. Service -. QuIncy Cabinet Works
seeds ud AO Peer btwtM
MMkBruuoaSniderWells. Th. Ivy Shop

QuIncy Meat & Cold Storage Muniord Do-It-Yourseli StoreCrouch's Double Cola Bottling Company

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R. all DrugsQulncy
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JWM u4 KithbM Wall IGA Foodllner "" .
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Home & Auto Store
Griffin Furniture Company W. JWftnM SlrwtHetcherWlllls
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Men Wear Larsen Lumber Company Mr. ... Mr*. L.&. CrlffU

Danley Furniture Chester Country Hams Sausage Lumber Co.

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In Week's Baseball -I ntts. 2 walks and > error. to I fame off the bat of second I Qulncy. lives her while her The present staff of nr
cut Quincy a lead to 8 3, baseman Rodney Jojner who ParentsTo .
Urges husband maids at Weekl Waco baa Input
U iveraeaa They
Tigers Win Cairo Friday afternoon belted a homer down left fieldbaseline retired mermaids
I Qulncys Tigers dropped a SIgam with teammate John have four children Beverly, 20, to the attraction for to. return .
to the Syrupmakera Cal Veaiey aboardfcdwarda Gel BirihCeriificaies a student at Chlpola Junior There s reunion
In Bainbridge 10 picked up three runs la the pitching record L College, Mirlanni: John, IT a 4JO: girls that have been some in
third status, enough for their now evened up at tS-2) for the Ytt cadet at Augusts Military Academy shows at Weeks Wache swum
win on 3 singles and three Tiger season.Qulncy. NowThe Ft Drflanr, Va: Cecelia, during.
the 18 ':
But Lose Two errors. Cairo collected 0 .a nine will be playing 8. a student at Quincy Elementary part year
hits during the contest while, Balnbrldge her under the ar y State Board of Health School, and Deborah Lee Few people can stand to beat
Bow U Curs sad Qulncy !bats only managedtwo UghU Friday at 730 and Panama -, today urged parents who have 2. what they ought to bear, -
BlountMownBy a single by Rodney City Rutherford Saturdayafternoon children darting. to school this Ma], Gephart, a specialist lathe
Ponn JarneaTlntf Jovner In the second and a at 1:30. full to obtain certified copies field of budgets and logistics
Sports Writer triple by Frank Baker In the I I of the birth certificate Immediately received hit citation for

fourth. Birth Announcement I exceptionally meritorious conduct HAULINGTRUCKING
Eight rum In the first Inning. 1 nmy Bauldree (22) took k At the same time, Everett It In the performance of out-I
propelled Qulncy to a 10.7 victory Ullllama, Jr director of the "
the loss I Mr. and Mrs 1. Kinooa Cook standing' service. for a variety
against Bainbridge on theBearcats' A pltchera duel wu broken announce the birth of a IOn| board Bureau of Vital Stat I.. of jobs at Department and Army
home field Thundav In the 1 last Inning when Blounti- April 8 at Gwl len County tics cautioned that hoepltal 1 Headquarters Washington,I
Afternoon town lldrldge and Montford!Hospital He weighed II pound I Urth certificates are not ..eI D. C.
Gary Edwards and Tommy A ,'>I'trd by achoula Official birth
slapped hits I
to fourteen
ounces and has be'a He was iHlatant chief of the
Bauldree combined forces In rllflcatlona! the ALL KINDS
are issued by
a double and single to named Lawrence
score Finley Cook. Program and Budget Section,
the pitching department, giving the Bureau of Vital Slatlallca and
run against
up only seven hill In the' here Saturday afternoon Qulncy Th couple baa two other aooa com county health departmeats. Special Weapon and Mlialle and Long DIstance
even frameiQulncy Kinson who t* two and a half William also advlaed Branch Requirements Dlvlalon;
I Gary Edwarda, alter giving old and then special assistant to' the Furniture Insured.
a Keith year Lwnont 13
Daughlry and :3 against waiting too long to obtain
up run on :3 hits In the fin months Chief, Requirements Division,
Reggie Bradley ipearheaded settled down to 3 hit ball a birth certification He .
drive., smashing three buggeri, the remainder of pitch the The''I Grandparents are Mr, Nlcey Mid "Although we are pro- live for Congressional and Leglala
while Frank Baker added to the acore became deadlocked way Cook, Quincy and Mr. and Mr. ceMlng about 500 birth rertiflcatlona the and later chief of Sam Hulley
after budget
cause with a double Catcher Quincy High picked one tally S, fl'. Stubbi, Sumter, S. C. ty4R a day right now, we and CongressionalCoordination
John Veaiey had a perfect day l in the third and up 2 can give fait .n'le. Later, Office, Office of
more in
at the plate going 2 for :> he fifth.The Moat mea take themselves during any rut minute rush by the AMlrtant Deputy Chief of
Bainbridge Kcored 4 of I their, big blow of the pretty serlouriy\ which la alright parcels, service will be slower staff for Lnglitlc, from July MAin 7-6433
runa I In the_fifth Inning on 2l I fame If they are really serious A child ran mini an entire year III 1B to October. IM]. .
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a certlfl
IMPORTANT PARTICIPANTS In Dedication of cats la obtained In time Life would "be more simple
wood Boy Scout Reservation left to right): I J. Wall'l I Application forma may be If more people were willing to I S. ADAMS ST
r 'I Heald prindpal speaker at dedication ceremonies obtained from a county health be Just themselves I
department but a letter will --
gg one scoutmaster of astronaut Gordon Cooper:
be adequate If It
contains all
I'' aim Ed Gilbert Quincy president .Suwanns River the essential Information
Area Scout of America Walter A.
I Boy ; DeMjlIy Talla Application must Include the
I ha...., past president of Suwonnee Council and chairman full name of the child: the full REELECTOTHO
of Development Committee lor WaUwood and Dr name of the father; full maiden
Charles K. Wall formerly of Tallahassee, who donated name of the mother: the day,

GROW I the 478 acre Wallwood Reservation ait.. Wallwood is month birth:year whether city the and child countyof U

_eight_ miles south of QuIncy on Lake Talquln. male or female: and the child.
.sayvJ rice The original birth rortlf.
If Irexe pnoalbl number should be Included w. EDWARDS

SEE US FOR If the child was born In another .
s alal, the certificate" must
s v be obtained from that alal! ,
A full photocopy or a wallet

--I) Seeds 111 JJtc'" Pr shed birth In plaatle regMralhin may be cardencamed obtained SHERIFFOF

from the bureau. The
DP wanted should be aped,
+ Feeds fled A re-t one dollar for
each copy or card must accompany I
the application GADSDEN COUNTY
The board suggested that .
Garden Supplies before starting IOU first grade,1 ;
11W& the child have all the basic
Inoculation against whooping ON MAY 5TH

$ 5? Fertilizers l 1 cough. polio, amallpox: dlph
/ I therla and tetanus d.>ckjiwi. 3

of ,'( e'AVTJ My desire U to terre you on my pea!

r/ Lt. Col. Gephart record as your Sheriff. :

Receives Award
I tlncerely appreciate oontidene
For be.utlfullawn. and flower, I U Cot John W Oephart, your
Gro-Ton 1* a must. By the chief of the Diictrln and I'ollry In me and I am again sincerely ask:;
J I Hranch, Plans and Program Ina for vote and support on
r I bag, ton or truckload J'OII'U Directorate, righth Army Uglil you your May
I find It profitable to get our lea Section, sea honored on'' 5th. t
price before you buy April I when he was presented
I-, In Florida. the Legion of Merit Award by "
.. ''I hJ, C,..n. Frauds M M Eighth Army Chief of

IT'S PLANTING TIME FOR at a picnic, beer is a natural at Staff U Knight Cot The field"Ophart,",mon In Seoul) makes took, Korea place hla' Otho W. EdwardPaid

home at 120 North
Key Street
CROPS LAWNS GARDENS \Vhcn you're relaxing at your favorite outdoor beauty put with Quincy, JIll wife, the former
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Irirnd.orl.lmily..nJ your thint whetted by fresh air and escrcis.that's Mill Catherine Bevla, daughter Advertising :a:: _
the ideal tune for a cool,rcfmhJnIlIII. of beer. In ot Mn. Nina llevli, also of r

SHRUBBERY FLOWERING PLANTSFOR fact,you can name your rccre.t Oll-lWimming. hiltinr| or just
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YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCEOPEN Your familiar glare of beer k alto s plesiuraUt reminder that PLEASE. ';) .

ALL DAY MONDAY THRU SATURDAY we live in land of personal fl'Ct'dom-.nJ that our right to enjoy .
beer and ale if w'elO Jetire,is just one,but an important one,of
those personal dorm.

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Sweet Vine-Ripened Large Fresh Green Large Crisp Iceberg Red Vine RipenedStrawberries

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I 'iNews-Views oi-Cadsdens Colored People j. I II

Student Gov't Salem ScoutsAt Scouts Attend C-P Senior Day Arnette Chapel Gene Buckins Woodmen Plan Lunchroom

I Day PlannedFriday CamporeeThe CamporeeOn Set At St. JamesThe Lists CalendarServices Firing ExpertFORT Friday MeetingCommander i Menus At C-P
April 10, wu student Salem Elementary schoolBoy April 10, 1964 Troop 252 member* of St. James at ArnetU Chapel A. RILEY KAN. (ART. Waatell Franicis MONDAY, APRIL 20
Government Day fit Selem Elementery Scout troop, 256 participated attended the annual Spring A.ME.: Church will honor the M.E. Church commences, 9.30 NC) Army CaL Gen C. Buck- urge the attendance of all Spaghetti and Meat
School. Th. students for the tiT"II Urn in a capo- Camps e, held at Wall Wood graduating senior*, class of a. m. with Sunday School, In., 24, whose parents Mr and American Woodman and auxIKriee Cut Beana
were delighted In taking over ree troop totaledenounh Ketervatlon. 1964 of the church on Sunday, Superintendents: Jl *aye Alex Mrs. James L. Harrell, live on to attend a special meeting Cole Slaw and Fickle and
thj reign of all 1 positiona. Many points to earn a standard Troop 252 had sixty-two April 19, with a program featuring ander and Joseph Long Sr., In Route 3, Quincy, Fla., qualified which la rescheduled for Onions
expressed the deem to make Red Ribbon. Title meant member of its troop present at visiting seniors who are charge. All teacher and pupils aa expert in firing the M-U Friday evening, 730: p.m. at Enriched Bread
their portion of that day their' that out of ill evetvt had the camporee. The troop arrived member of the church. are urged to report oa tame. rifle, at Fort Riley, Kan., March I Arnette Chapel A.M.E.!: Church. Milk
chonen profession for thwir life smutted enough polnte forsecond at the Wall Wood Scout Reservation The seniors of St. James The morning worship serviceat 20.The The meeting w** orginially! TUESDAY APRIL 21
worh. ratine. The troop only around 4:30. It was Church being honored are 11 a.m. The Rev. A. H. versatility of this lightweight schedule for Monday evening Rout Beef and Gravy
Principal: Jerry Sender; A...' needed fiw point to be placed the second to arrive at the re Mime Avis Hal, Dorothy Hunter will be in charge. He rifle allow the tndivl. April 14, but due to circumstance Scalloped Potatoes
Principal: Vlysees Bue; First In the Blue Ribbon class., servation. Wells, Marion Robinson, Pat< will be assisted by minister. W. dual soldier to fire it automatically a reschedule i* In affect Buttered String Beana
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Grads Annette Street, Lilllo frtlngn. polnu.Cororidering After arriving at the Reservation rich Graham, Carolyn Ward, A. Campbell, Carrie Jackson mount a bayonet for handto Field Supervisor EmoryC. RollaFruited
Kate Moultry, Jerry Cloud. I that this la the the Troop wan checkedin and Maggie Knight and All- and Pauline McMillon. hand combat, or to lounoh a Jackson, from the national Jello
Second Grad.: Helen, Gineui youngest troop held In ramporee, and inspected by the Camp mine Neat I Music throughout both service rifle grenade againat enemy officer Denver Colorado will MilkWEDNESDAY
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Priwlll Streets. constructed Wall Wood Boy Director Mr. T, T. Lewis Clf The morning program will will bs rendered by choir armor or personnel fortifieidposition. be the featured speaker. Member APRIL 22
Third Grade: Ida Miller Sallie81ack.hear Scout Reservation on Lake Taf- Tallahassee. then selectedour commence at 11 am with Ali- one, usher board one will also .. :: are r.t to come an Chicken and Rice
Eunice site by drawing mine Neal Corporal Buckins a gunner In hear this de Commander -
Moody. camp a presiding. The speaker serve. Turnip Greens
quin, troop 256 feel very proud
Battery A, 2nd BstuJxm of the Francis full
Fourth Grades Linda KeyeCuno. of themselves, for making such number from a hat. We were for the morning service\ will Stewardess board one wlUr.eUJ Candied Potatoes
Catherine Sander, Lamer ,a showing. They will work hard very fortunate to get one of the >e Miaa Mary Bradley who holda I the home of Mrs. Etta let Infantry Division's 83nd of the local camp. Cheee Muffins
,(MIl.,; to capture the Blue Ribbon beat camp aitei in the area. We the second hlghteat average in 4 pm. Sunday.; Artillery at Fort Riley entered The American Woodman will Milk
fifth Grade Ruby Buradxljre cornea next ,ear. pitched our tents, washed up the class of '64. Misa Bardleyi Member and friends are ex the Army in January I960 and also observe their anniversery, THURSDAY APRIL 23
Sarah Holln.bixth The troop and wp.rvlaingpersonal and prepared our meal We also a member of the Annie pected. !has served in Europe. the fourth Sunday 2:30: p.m. at Beef and Vegetable Soup
Grade: taster Trawick express their appreciation then attended a eampfive cerrloony K. Stephens Chapter o f the The Junior Missionary Societywill Th Howell* corporal House was employedby Arnette Chapel Church. The and Saltine
Cirri :Hopkins. to Mr. Thomas South for why we were welcomed National Honor Society, and a meet Sunday 8 p.m. at thechurch. Hotel Long program committee i* preparingfor Cheese and Luncheon Meat
Seventh Grade: Gloria Carroll Furnishing transportation to and >y various divisional personnel member of the LibU Theater Mr*. Lucille Lvana, cupervieior City N. Y., before catering presentation at tins annualmeeting Sandwich
Pauline Gunn from the camp eite.Boosters and entertained by skit from Guild, both of Carter Pantymore in charge. the Army. H* is a graduate Bread Pudding
t.I1. various troop. We returned High School. Mir Bradley Jr. of Carter-Parramor High The Publicity commit/Us \U Milk
Eighth Grade Marjorie, Tay President Joseph Long, request School.
to our various camp .!tee and h.. been a declamation contest the attendance of officer expected to give a full report FRIDAY APRIL 24
lor.Substitutes'/ Robert Dotter, Club bedded down for Ute night\ winner for several time. She *, members, and visitors to of the program ia next week Frankfurters
J'he6I1.! Humber Barbara Guan Next morning we preparedour I. a member of St. John A.M.E. attend ACE. League which C-P High issue of the Time. Baked BeanePineapple
illtabeth; Lane.L.ncbroom Meeting SetThe breakfast, tighten our Church Other participant begin at i p.m. Evening service ; Cheese and Let-
tent and checked our gear to are: Walter Campbell, Muse* .
Personnel Man- School NewsBy Salad
: C.-P. Booster Club will terminate the day activities New Bethel tune
make sure that It we in good Betty Keaton Ellen Forehand
Valeucla Cause Helpera: at t SO The Sunday Enriched Bread
meet Thuraday 7 45 p.m.
1 Jager evening, : appearance for the Inspection jlodia Long Vivian Jackson, Elou.l. Williams
Lee Shirley Bowen and School board meets Monday Plain Cake and Icing
at the Blue
p.m. Moon Grill. Church NewsSunday
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was we Emma Carroll also Freddie cad Usda Dlai.CarterParramore .
AustinJ.nltorial A 80 Official Board Tuesday MilkAgents
President W. E. Ellis allmember p.m.
were going through our various Tennell and English Jackson. served
:' Staff: Chief to A:30 p.m. Prayer meV u achool at t:45
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Jaawi Smith, John 0. Williams, vice are needed to help your with tasks After during the day. The weningspeaker la Mis log Wednesday, 6:30 p m. host for the Northern Divisionof am. with the Supt. Brother
washing our mess Erma Lincoln. The the Meeting
.Lucky Panrman' Roy Pride. program planning. gearand is programcommences Junior choir rehearsal, Wednesday Florida State Vocal Henry Palmer Jr.. In charge. He
distinguishing our campfires 6pm. She also a Festival which waa held Saturday
Its official that the Booetera 7:SO p.m. Senior choir ia asking all teachers and pupil
we begin to sharpen member d I '(4 c.terPlITamoI't. .. 11 Planned
up cuue o April 1854. MondayAssistant
rehearsal( Thursday 7pm.
Club will their annual to be on time.
Quincy Man sponsor the different that
on event Mir Lincoln\s.a W* are proud to announce
Hop, Saturday, May Ie at the we had to participate In. I member o f the Annie K. that our Glee Club received a Service begin at 11 a,m. with Agent of the Fla.
Named for Study Chlcke Schack. More Information Th Troop looked good In all Stephen Chapter National Rayfield Elias superior rating Congrigulst- the Junior church. The Juniors Agricultural Extension Service
will be release In Nut events and w* felt sure that we,, Honor Society and president ef ionsl are in charge of all service Big Bend Area will meet Mon.
'graduate asslstentsMp for Weeka law of the Time. would rate among the top the student council. She i* on Stops Dodgers The Honor Society member during: the day. ... day. April 20.- 10 a.m. at theAgricultural
study toward. the doctoral decree group at the camper,.. I of the throe student who seen received their official pine The senior enotr WIll renearee Center, Tsllahaesee -
in bioohomtotry at the Tanner Chapel The event that we participated -, ed above three hundred on the Th Quincy Dodger* base ball Thursday, April 9, and the seniors at 7:30 p.m. and the 6.30Mr Junior. .
choir will rehearse at
University of bu l In were aa follows! Com- Hate 12 grade testing program. club behind the strong pitching received their invitation The meeting will focus around
fceaa' awarded Franklin t.mU. Church Notes pass Hearing' Silent. Slngnalmg Mfr Lincoln\ also the winnerof of Rayfield "Dino" Elise atopp- and their senior books Thursday *. Harrison and Mrs. Palmer program planning of the Diet
ton, a Florida A A M University fir by flint and steel,I the $2,000 Lewi Scholar.ship ed the Havana Hawks, their April 9. are asking all children and, riot Swine Show, scheduled to
.."'or from Quinry, Fla. Sunday School begin at 9:45 knot tying relay, bandage demon -' for teaching and an outstanding arch rivals, 9-2 to stretch their I The junior are bubbling mother who arenotereet.ed\ be in be held in Monticello this fall.
lie "will enter the Plttoburg, Pa aim. with cupt. In charge. MornIng tratlClft and cooking de- member of tilt Mt string of victories to 2 game over with excitement at the the Mother Day Program to Agent from the following
school In September to study eenrlce ber11 :00 am. monstration. The troop did exceptionally Zion Primitive Baptist Junior Eli** not only] rave up but thought of the Junior-Senior present on Friday at 6:00 p.m. counties will attend Jackson
during the. academic year 1964- The Rev Dlgg will bring the well In all vnu, ehuroh. six bill and struck out fourteen Promenade which will be held, Mr*. Martin I I. asking all member Gadsden, Leo n, Jefferson,
C5...A. 19(0 graduate of CarterParramore the fire Hawks, but also turned aulgger. 17.r1 : who are interested ia the
mesftag Evening service will especially by flint i and Other participant oa program April h. theme of the Madison and Hamilton.
High School, begin at 8:SO p.m. with the Re?. steel Ferris Georg Jr. a second art Miry Anal M. Ganiou, Ha aided hit cause by hitting proma "Moon Light andRoses" Junior choir afternoon.The to be .present on,
Hamilton\ the eon of Mr. and Bra x ton In charge. clan scout of troop 252 setrecord a Marion Brown Jan_ Moore a trippl and two doubles, going The FAMU Boeaatete Tuesday Card of Thanks
,ilra.Verdell Hamilton, 928 W. Official Board meeting at by Igniting, the cherried I Vtaurine Branch also appearing four times at bat His triple will furnish the music. ushers are presentingUsher
Clark Street, Quincy. He \U a 7:80( pm. Monday night. cloth, setting the fire, and Charles Stokes, and Marion came with the base loader. Lovely Miaa Margaret Wells on Parade and they are. Th. family of the late Rev.
member of the FAMU Men'e The t pastor and etewsrda are burning a string tied approximately Stevena. The public I I. Invitedto Alan "Boo-Boo" Dixon also was crowned Mias Spnngfeetival asking all usher to be in uniform E. U Howell aeaistent pastor
jtnate. Alpha Kappa Mu Nat asking all board members to 18.24 Inches above the hear these two dynanamlc played well, going 2 for 4 including by Mir bail) Mope oa Sunday at 9:00 p.m. Please Second Baptist Church, Jacksonville .
ron*! Honor Society the Stud. be present fir*. All la three-four of a minute speakers at their very beat. a 400 ft hommer anda Wednesday night, Apnl 8. Mis give them your support. extend thank to their
ant Congresf: the Chemistry The Layman meeting will begin The member of troop 262 I The junior choir and junior walk. Well's attendants were RoealyaBencfieU :There will be a foot pulling many frienda of Quincy for the.
Dub and the Pan-Hellenic Tuesday night 780pm.: ire very proud of Fame George usher board will serve for the Howard Head playing heads and Shirley Jon_ In the dinmte Friday nightCome kindness shown during our saddeet
f unfl. He le aIM a member of Member and friends are ",k. and are planning a special service up nail at sort, went 2 for 4 including The queen was serenaded by the and help the steward hour Specials thanks to
Phi Beta Sigma Freteriirty to bring someone to three award for his accomplishing of a double) off the leftfield seventh eighth, and ninth outConsecration the pastor and members of
j I".. services! this fete. The troop site made wall. graders. The seventh graders Antioch Missionary Baptist
-- -.-- perfect score oa silent signal Here and There The Havana team throated lathe did a waits to "Oh What A Church and friend
1a They also performed near j third inning but Tom Beautiful Morning". The eighth Mre. Mary Etta Dargan
perfect In banag demonstrat, Those In attendance to theGreater Thomu and Alan Dixon pulled grader did a pantomine to the Service Set neice.
Florid Conference
ion. Oa a whole the troop were a fast double play to erase music of "U I Love' You". The
-' well represented la all .vent meeting In Live Oak, Saturday t.ht drive. ninth grader* used the music of The 1W Senior Claw of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. (Bud)
are u follow Rev. and Mrs Other player !Which contributed Donaldson has returned from
Also Troop 268 had a good discipline "Summer Time" for their pent- Carter-Parramor High School a
i t. ,, excellent patrol leererinlp A. H. Hunter, Mrs. Florence their part In the victory omine and Anna Stephen sang will observe for the tint timein trip from south Florida. Sight
I and received excellent Brown, Mm. Beulah Bryant, includes: Bubby Johnson, "Summer Time". the history of the institution seeing tour through the Ever
;0): eompUmenta for both white and Mrs Cora Alexander, Mr*. Howard Crawford, Arthur Ken- Charming Edna Smith served a Consecration Service. The : glades and seeing the game between -
Negro divisional personnel. hernia Love, and Rev. Cam on, Theodore Kenon and Freddie a* mietTwaa of ceremony. i meditative activity will convene, the Yenkeee and the
However la the final tally the Jackson. Carroll. They played heads up Th Student Council sponsored in the school cafetorium April Do-Jgea. Accompaning them was
*.j troop placed ,second to Troop Mt." Charles Anderson, principal defense. Alfred "Snooks" Smithacting a miMwal program Sunday at 21, at T:30 p.m. with Rsv. N.I Mr*. Leon Henry, Mr. Joe W.
I Yet of Spring and a Troop out ; of Lawtey Junior High, manager and Jerry S Po m. The purpose of thia program F. Sampler presiding. Singlecoa, end Mr Munroe King.
I)'" of Tallahaa. Uwtey, Florid., attended the Smith did a good job o/ coaching waa to help raise money The graduating clan eiten.fca They were tit !house guest of
I o r North Florida Vocal festival for the purchase of a television hearty, cordial Invitation to! Mr. and Mr*. Sam Singletonin
last Saturday her While here The Dodgers will play at set for our school library. all of the parents friend. and' Fort Laudal
Hospital Report he visited Mr. and Mr*. RussellH. Dodger Park Sunday, I pm. The seniors are busy planning well-wisher In and around

i : AJmluioiii; April I...... Stephens. for their graduation exercises G.ciIod.. County. Birth record maintained at
$150.00 JACKPOT April II D.tM. U Ella Pearl Dawson Quincy of music Alachua County be held on Tuesday night Apnl Trying to cover too many that the new-born porpoiw calf
+r Dorothy Mae Williams, Quincy; Gainesville was In attendance Meet 21. Baccalaureate I. scheduledfor mile a day on a long distance being an alr.breaLhlnlmammal.
ATJITNEY ( Rufus People*, Quincy; Willie' to the North Florida elate Evening April 26 at 8:00 a m. Commencement trip 1s an Invitation to disaster, will within' ten second swim
01* Brown Quincy; Mary Vocal Festival Th. Young Women Auxiliary i. scheduled for says the Peninsula Motor Club, to the surface for its first
breath of air
Field, Qiiincy; Ullie Kenon Mr. W. C. Thornton returned spent a most enjoyable April 80_ AAA.
JUNGLEPLUS Quincy; Carolyn Farlla Quincy; to hi. home baN In Texaa ,evening. at the horn of Mr*.
Andra Jean Dixon Quincy after spending several day her Pauline McMillon. Refreshmentwere Nifty
Quincy; with hi.* parent, Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed by *J1. Rev. Hunter .
IJ Mtrlkh Marshall Havana; Georgia W. C. Thornton Sr. H* we. I Mm Eva: Lightbura end
Pearl Bell Havana; Bonnie accompanied by his mother Mrs. IUtl Smith wr our Nightdress
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Donaldson, Havana; Alice Ward Mrs Redell Thornton. I IMra. ru... scours SCRAP BOOK B. R.1 SCOTT
5 BONUS WINNERS Havana; Ellen Cameos, ML Vera Keaton thank friends Th. InvVtion\ i* still out to all
,, : Pleasant; Peggy Brewingtoei l. for remembering while I that are laterestiog in joining V1i1GiNJ0mecea

Mt. Pleasant; Martha Stall she was hoapkaNaed rtctntI ,. /our group.
REGISTER AT Colrton, Gretna. Friends are gtad to know that Our next meeting M at the
tribe Glared she i* better. 1 1Ref. home of M ra. Pearl Preston a
', JITNEY JUNGLEBE John and Dorthy Ma Will- J. T. Crutcher, minister :Simmon Big plan ar* la VIRGItlA1., s 190w arratD
lam Girl April 7. III charge, Mt. Moris Missionary I st ave A react room..
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: SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY Dixon Girl April II moat auceaaful meeting In Ft. The oldest porpoise born at retneernaa
Lauderdale, Florid. :Marlneland of Florida li earned M
6:30 P.M. SATURDAY I Th. first essential In the ... I M.... Mary Etta Darren return I "Spray" She Is 17 year
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FOR RENT utar af tha aauta .f B. U ...-... tom M. rtwro Baa..ya Oawaty DONS aad OMDCRBD al Ojoloy rtttlaa af BLBBaUBOWAJUMI *

TV SERVICE .r. <*raa.d. aa this Ittk da, ** ________ IIIRKard PM, ..... II day *f April CU for apaoiol"r.'p..n Mnrl.lrIs
S10 OMs ..,,- aMerl. IM4 ..., Ill A tX d.: *. uw. **
Modern I Bedroom mifnn- J BIMON IUBKHKXI'X.UTun : La. Jaata(. _, IJ. (5AAL1 Honk paaa foe _** .*d San
r STOP af tk. lb" '. *l .,..11.. *f aaltt aad owta a a.h
Lasted h Iii law Mail Sat pidwia
hed INC. *
l Apartment. ,. Sit ....... tat *in
C. 'U flEI aMPa _.._ It II .rk *f Cr4l Oowrt .l prwla KMtd
Duplex .& 71S W. \\'uhlnl'&on. klarIf, Apr I. 5. If 4J "Sola writ Sorrleti net B. Ai B. ....... Barrta* 0.,_ Caaaty. riarM ,.. plait af BVBBN-BDWABpa
Within walking dl.- For All Your S..... 011 By ./ Douala a. Pair, la. C. (-u. and tan otaakyard ..
lan of tbofii, school and NOTICE n'nit PICrITIWI Always SartUfloa"TELZPHONX RlMV Trrr" bit *a-* IIIIlUry Apr I a ii. MM.ri 01. Qwraty U*** **k Cowipaair 55W.a
PJAMB LAW Atklna Pool Rosa U II Waikloano 5trsSo. plat
church. FUhlnfj Needs ,._ that. ta.ua.draland. walls ..Wtrt./ IIIB4 XtrTic TO mairvrrrwaru ."'
Matlo I* h t\tt **! Orory 'Vhilr'iMa
t : d..lrlna lo aaaaa. WIIIKma __ IIIHaaklo > ,n>4 WTATIITMlo .., .f April ISIS
Call (27-7161 during bust- Road F. 0. Sol ant Ik. CITY OOMMMBtTM OP TUB
Lake Tolquln la kialn aa a...., Its rtatltlaiu Aana i.niJok tko Mrs *f Cacti
flew hours, or 6Z74294. aft- m't n.m. of yuVlCR CITY 1RCWacnrlCH IX Aarlo III J.d50 0.dad**) Caaaty ytortla CITY r>r OIIINC1. PIOIUABt

tI' I ..... I W. D. Hntl 8. Roberta 81MrCLELLAN a I Ckatlakaaakxriartta QrrIr.NC.1R01IIDALadLs 1_.. kWw.. 77 ?. Hal ... B. W. IIIIWIONHain. .
.....,.. N' till Oiiiaajlaalanarlark
I In\.*'. la .*.t_ .1Ie I. .. BrwilMr .-__ IlllBaroaal
.aid mama wltk th. Cl.rk af tki .***. 4 Wit .ItJaaiao I. rt Bt .f ATFSRpt
:- -- n.*... Court .f Uadda C**.. Com kk bSlnld K pi ana .. Illltoward ROOOIB a. r.'1&' ,/'/a Raat I'IM
REAL ESTATE 1 AND RIGHTS t7. Florida eW.Qi and INn P. ..... _, Illla. Omrtk F.,... l nand of U. City *t .d.q and
I Senator McCUlUn ID., Ark.:) /Relay C Wladkaat B. .t,.... Illl Ta AN Crdllr* sad PraM lark *l tanMp O.aaiaiioalanhw.ot
Ill warned bit colleagues at itUDNKY C. WINDHAM MW to wIs m.ooo.oo ad !>*wtj a.kr -- Ill Marine 0....* *r DttadiAaalMI .... 14. II IIMOTrCB
April 1. t, 14. II 4.t10TIl.1G ..rkarl Bvkar HII Bald Batat.!
SHIRTSi: "confuilon Initablllty and cha Mp' to Miami fry oalottoq _**arao Wllllaajo-, Bta.. Mil 1 I** sad ***k af you ar* k*...

i I o." If they refuao to tend the TO t NKMTOU4rU die ICMOM PUUbary Jl r, wmtaatt I IIIH ky **tlfld and r*.alrd ta prc OP PALS
INSURANCE and civil rUhta bill to the Stoats >R IDA ITATI'TESI ( W. Wnitaaa* _- IlllOo lost **y shims and ....... 'BBMlTa
tin Cmrt af tk* Canal k .f TO
B .11" afjaaaa
and CoMral Etectrto ? H. Borkar Itllwawataa. wklok you yra lbs
ludlcltry Committee. .p aJM4 tkM
PANTSLAUNDERED Juill Oadaaaa Oaniy, FlorIda Batkoro __ tall Sa' IIS : N. .......
I Th. Sonata U 10 ta COBddortnc In Prakata off Coca,.... 1. MTBranar IMrrad HS 1 ".,::a/I/s ; 5.151 fllwlna nMr lit
Barta l "eo
tI only the motion to In It, Eatat of Com In and 70! your lll ..,..... ..... It tipsy. dw...... labs .. .5141Csuy TUIaat IIDIIItlll>> t will k* *.U M pakJta

i ally ap the bill. TIM Dhk NAOMI ANPRKflONDacaaaai: .. lIT blank and fen dotafli.Cootosi Jaw Laaiar MBrM D rdo __, It Ill II a,*o.n15.uwj. 'J**th.,.rr'"l .al* tl I ft ...* .k aa U. hits
DRY orerl, It I* bede"'i>d, will lot T. All Cradllar. and I.r.s.Ha.lnl cbMi 31>t P. B. .....1.. _.____ I." .... at his afflra InhI ***rt lay of la April lit_*, at PIM LIalafM.14ra.
: ihl, eon to ToU.ABC. Claim ar .oaa"Aalln. CUwtaw BaaaH*. be_ .f aatd l>>.." M 0451. ** kaappllad
aoto will
SALE Tk f tka
FOR .t Raid IoI.t.1 sets praiio *
> fa* OaUaMa 01. Plarlda. wttkla at* .......
., at tko
I Voit and ark of Jo* ar* lanai Oadid .d5.all0 lr*. Ills limo ta the .
lip aMIfladl cud rqalrdl to pro. .f Ik* IRA ..1111.*..*. .( MM .f ratakl*), *aaria. and aai.
REPAIRS Sent 157 Claims aad d.", ...,. NEW APPLIANCES 01 VMS cTp.corr CXWBT or till* ..II.., Tw* ..pl.s af aaoklalm af 4d mass **** !. sad tko
SALE AHnwflM .5.. whirl you. slth.r of you, ma, TUB BBXXlNUimclAL, CIRrvt .. .._.. ahall .. la oat .. p. _'- ., aatno adaalo '
third utf bstns with IkrMrootni. bad hava :: lb. mtat I Ns or ru>Rir>A, IN ARC welting. aad *kal| Mat Its plan and) Ills to .. aaimxIUo.
t klttil unit tw. ihf .....,. ALTERATIONSMORROW I oil And.r.oi, '._d. lal* ., 1- M4el Jttt 01 N.* put*, OAOBCBM cwmt.PbURIllA. .f .*."*... aad poat stoles ad- .f tko kalaaao dwo. ..... ins
"r<.kk ...!.. Call 527SS51 FENCEINDUSTRIES aid County, I. Ihs Cut>ty Jada. Midst SI tack < .r.... af tk. claimant and -.*.. will ........ lka.
if O.d.d.n riorlda' at I. Snr.d 51stta a 5.l '1,051.
County for tali claim
IH CAJtCBRT CATS MX Ml hall ta awara M kr tin
LAKE HOUIII rOR SALE kla oft?.. .. tk* **art katiaa we SAIL I. VAMOBJ aad ..... kl. ...... *r att.,ny *adaompaatd .lsf rbN/4c -.... .... 'IM_
Jlar'T' Landln5. Call J.1 faIl Cfmmy M Qnlnry, riarldaat Rang $138.00 ANITA VAJ40B.kaakoad a ftllaa fo afn .s said =: ":- A.s S
.," .. MAin '-.Ii., afl.i' > aI w- will .. p.4. S.
th mk wllMa .1. SIMdar mss/11 tn.II. shim,
dUa uk ardmad
.. .... a4 wkt,
DRIVE IN wttk .._ ... .
Dam.. Isms of the llrot .uII..U ".,.."., **f 5. Iliad stall ka .. will /* i. fikaJoaao Sn.
M.r. !S. Apr I. t, tl 41 tutu aollra. Twa aaalaa a4 aQ Ute elSIe klM ,144.Carl. ruaalalo. aapaadaald 554.1
sack claim, or dimand hall h1 ftatWMtI "All.." 1.IJt-aadrxiRNBUA BPryae, It.A a Mitra..
Pull SAL, NounsMd.... Sill Int e- ._ a Oswa'. In ",lIlna. end chill ..... tI. LANB.k Anlllry Batr *f the AIMII'IATlt' T11PO0vMt
two tI1P'ii'Inane. kaUanca pears or r..I.._ sail pint of TAtlURWR ".* .... .*k4 sad wane. ot at l.at Will tad Twtaratnt af 1 IAMRITWM'
down. Own.r Wilma Wall fls iddf** af II* alalmint and .....*...,. Rvnl n. Prints ./k/. "..*.1. art a S. 530551.1Tlllebe.L5
Contact .4 OS VIII4IS'dP.e 11
il hall ba ...r. I* ky Ina clalminu Ti-u's To ANPWS 55111rya, d** ad Ibw1Ae
Phone MAIn I hla Mt, *p atlarnr adaorontpsal.d Only TUB STATE OP ru>nDA TOJMOB First puhllnarlaa. April I, 1144
ky a flung f*. N fm S14S.OO XHIBPM' AMU NBRBKRTa. April t, II, II, la II JiIO"f1C1l
HONEYDOWN dollar and sail claim I orlUmind frlgtrator UBBPH, WHOOB RBBLUBNCEAMl
I BtDKOOMS I will aot ko mpMotkro fa
: : : not a* fll. ahall ho I UM ..... tan IHIJiMCMT NOTMa1155 HIM
Wish an AMIRBOO, .. ....
Tkla I Bilrai. lluiaa I..et.0sin void. t."J't: ..alad bids will k* roil... any 4.55. la.uiMd kr *
I:. n.t II.rt ')'. taraatl : (.1.... A. Khapard, iVTM BBARCM WIM4B ky tk* Baard af """ .., Camailnlaaar atkor tkao aylf.MrJ. .
.... NM ..*... L.". Hat.In Aa *.*.*trle af I". Swan IB "N&NOWN.L.IM' Ak AT-.- af ..4.45 l:auatr.PlarM '- 5..55
TII. .ta. l."n' I.Ininsft and Twtam.it of Naomi Aa.daraan I_ 111. II I'". Mpadtr ..* .15.111)5* OP a LIDIE..... .y t* 551anp x1..5.5
M. .,.._t_ liM. m.. .***.... ruur-n CR MANN BBT'Uatnu > .*...,, May l'f.'t Apr lf. !!. la, M.r t II
B. ..... sal Ile.us. ( .. .. -
*. aaaa ihnra Pint pnhllntlon April I. 1114IAHOMICK ruitti- lwlna ll far a kr Its
w* .H4. tall MA '_TI IMifMQulmy For taly > ? ), MIAMI_it Read ... ....* DprtMn4 far I \ '
I.' __ ,.._._ w W Ii.J.rk UP TO 38 MONTHS stun Bank BatMIncgulnry Woshr S16945w a da *iok portaai kflnlr.aMyl4li VITAMIN AND
Po ...._ Ill Wyss II. KIngsb.rrv ,
... ,.... TO PAY ai Iko I...* No- Political ... '
..- April .. U, II. If 41 llm I. Warm*! Portland 0. \
___..i ..,.1 rat*, laaa ...>. Ulaw A Mia : ..IW DIet ...
IN THIS ('IHCl'IT (XHIRT <>r Itam 1 (1art* Pip* M I foal ..... r....
Grwnwoodand FREE ESTIMATES Till HKK"UNII JtDK'IAI, CIRCUIT I_ O.K. oat, Announcements laaanke. *,** a> oQM .
FOR SALK OP THB STATE OPFLORIDA I .:,*:.*. .J'yard Maw Aadroy ....... >rao
CALL Record $39.95
IN ANP 11111 UAl- Player rl.l *n Ik* fallnwlnt ***i iIa 101 W. KIM u! Fk. In.tn.Qutnq' .
n.... LowDown DEN (XHtNTT : FOE COUNTY IDIaI" .s
I Btdroon Floor loaiROT. .1.. ir. ii'. IN", ir,
Fayment Low IN (IIANI'gRL ...." 1 kr.ky kwamiaoo 5p -.w I Uaad ,
627-8661 No l-ITt id IIMep for N-olootUB i Id maoTflow Alt Bama M10 a* .f fialhyM.al
Monthly P.yiaentVisas Sunset Acres Dill riTtZENN sad aocmeim ,. or kaitw anoa PtarMaIia4
In* Already A"I,,'". Nor.ntaa NATIONAL HANK, a MallaaaJllankln al fthorut af ON.d.sosnty Raad Daportaia*! Ppiattl.at .
Me Mm... 1111 Nagsoils Quincy. Florida lash ltui. rh rtrd ouboo thr Dims ._ Finest
Dri.. tf CLARK PLEMMONS I...., lha lawn of tbs UnMadHtaiu USED APPLIANCES I eralla Primary. Mle., I, INIMy i Ills are U ka ...aI.. tk*
7-1511 of Am.rl. 41.14.ritn.us.M .ffU* ((.rk .f tlraall .
Phono MAIn -- .f3.l.b.
I'wwr *, Ptartdo. *504.454.
I 1- OB. Mrt. M III7 PMI pMstd II ly : 1 Bid.*

__ h_ ____ JOHN wu.LuuTand noRonrtUAK S 69.95 roar Ihorttf. Tka 5w5 ron>** 10 rtakllo
rmmtmm'If WILLIAM, kw wlla Dryer Only I alnoarolr appraHata JOUrp.at ,*,*.t *ny w all Bill. Located at New
: I : .I1
4X13: II NoTiric or ti D.f.ndanti'IT Milk huh a.4 low Mot "nnd...... In BIO and 1 ll W IK BAUR, I1JOJIKrKIAHIJDP TT /+riy.MI.0I5M '
lo wlort ooMllUoaIknuikMl.
LEONMOBILE THE aiTATH or rumuu am afatt aaaeanly soling lot fljJPI
\ TUB' rocnt 6''Tljll rorm. Tot John Willi.... .h.... mlf.nr 155wed Md Support is May O'lIUNTTDA Western Auto
MALE HOMES STATIC Or rujKIDA Huffalo, New Turk 1- O.R. D IwWasher S. Store
HELP WANTED EITTATI OP F. MI/HTNT : to flla tour aawr or wnt only S M43 potm.aj Air ': A.'J.'NII.AM.
Saloa .Sorrko .ar aii.ilKOTICB in draa.. If ..,. la tIn I .. 1'11'111
Sewtra,. Flaal OvcratorTrainee. f>f rtLPIO PKTITIOHrun abort prooMdln will Ibo Clark WIll all MoMoary w.bas .**.. ...* Will h* r_*. *.. I West Jefferson Su
5.w Mooa. YSTI.O5. FINAL DiactiAHUioMOTICH of Ibis Court and t* arr a oar ...,.,..... la a... rom 1110117 Ss,54 ..... "..._ Mri
Cafdnor. Co le.fr.arf.. la .-flail\'.n that 'b.r..' upon the PlalnUfr ailornr. fins ......... or OAMDEN conrrr Spool ky 'M iladadao tjaaaty
Hllh. School Graduate *. hata nr." ear r.5arasM wkoaa naaM and addraaa .f 1.115. I.50ra5s
II to (.. .loo cl... Vo4 TiaOoi Kiarvtaf ol its ..tu. *t .pp..... ........, ao or ktfor Ik* ............ I karat aatiaaan aty oandU awn Maaoo 4ulay Ptartd LAWNMOWERSBICYCLES
r and ir Wide 110 r BLOfHT *....-, that I dot of May, lltfTh ladT fin otaeUoo W Caa UUkMa ar Ik* 'roralaaina 5.4s50111RL
Apply In Frraon .. Mane fll>4 enf ,atl>loa torw naiur af ills ,_411.* I a Ikaria .4 OadadoB Covaty, tfaw af a oaaiylai kaatlitf plaat
CITY UTILITY DIPT.trth Wo Snide lot romttno 01aaylklag < tl.a .M far final tflaiharta. Icing a ..i1 for .....I..ur. a* rubjoet to tile Darnoaratat frtpary. 11 ika Miamii am HulMla* ollavaaa
and thin an April ITIM nortaaaa. aa th. following Many tkor waakora... 'Up ankaal, II..*M,
Adam fttrrot ol .. < .. will apply <. ,,,. lion.. darrlbd r.U 'POp.". lying May >. IM4Erradtuto r.....*. OUTBOARD
shin l a ,. K.rnolda, touat .n4 Lisa ,. 0.-.. Omnty, .rlgwottn, aU ...... to I lAw ...... Tka ........ plaal akaJI l.S
W. Kava rOOL SEAL Jod.. af Oa4a.*ii C..RI7Yw.. riarUa, tawHlPatia d.oeM ... ... .... Gus Moajfeor W FJortla N4 */ .. aw-kaodWoa .al| I* MOTORS
CAM-HMAN WANTKI: Uf. Ma. far appfaval of said raturai sa pint til I* *4Kut .Ao tofloiaf viol i r****<* aaat
l'tJK"TIIoITT for full llm* Raw V. 8. 19 M mD. wad ., and far an (Slur at DlitHko- aad II ft ./II'-ofIka 170DO Wife fall MfViMDeail Bar -t Toon Law KaaorooAfoad o.... I suad s.tida II.
high DuilnMi In gulDcy or tlJaikaon Talqula Ina.Tallakaaaaa. tin* sad "' ....".. fee riaaOlnnkara Nartkwaat Oanar af ,lie .51 stpw1M.. as ....... C"'uL.*. Tko /._ .. okall SMALL APPLIANCES
L over 40 yar., car ncary Florida Will of B r. Hlmint, s55 .... eel p15150wza4
Ha slit ln...lmnt r4lrdnr II IM4THW I and Ikaaa raa Baal lory.. sin Mow ........ Mae : ".5.5.404 505151/5 Oar Shop WM BOporatod
>' p* .anal lntrvlaw write QI'IXPT STATE: DAXK ta tl ft| tkMM* ran awtk4I ;.IB OodadoB Caajair a*.t II ..... ... oo...ftooM..a* will .
t ll2ailApr.. t. '1. i. 1C lAnnAtiornar till t.ti lIIe e.s II.... ."...
ai tk* af Oka apra.aadaal by
.loada Fart 'C..ty w1h.
12MIII II I lot Kiarutnr 411 East la Ill 01 at af ka.flaalaa .'TdW M ,... ... I .. PaMI laotraat*.*

MAN WANTED t. apply Raw.I'lah I Mar. ta Apr a, 5, tl 4NOTI Bald M alaala. ...... ...... ....... 5. ..I5tw.r.idjasillad' 'Vorl B_, 9hM*. Plarlda.O .1
.. aad a. Zia "JIlllh" PALMER
mats ar ISM ... pioo daaaaH will ka
Praduot ta .aa umr.. In .. fwgardlp.. .. .... I pHsr/M
( B or INTKNTIO! TO .1.. hi tk. MnrtlMaat 0. S 4> )lr |_ ktddla*
ttaajodl ofBMlorrMk
(,jUI.., *r part Tallahaau Uoadtima MAILS Al'i'l"'ATIO'f tar ., tka nkwaM OaarMraf arooUaoUoti praa 4 will k* .*. *.,*
tad Pain *
I .Ppd.. .
to itaru Write KawWIfkFAC'lllll CUM rilAL Mt1IAHOB ._... a, Twaki INank 5m ...... c.IdIe .....td.e

Mampbla, T'nn Florida ttalulaa ....(. I wat Oodo ,..... ....... aOlawHM ___ .....
la Cart .t tin (busty lodfa. dl <1naty. P1rt4
Oaatd.a Cenaty, aial olftarMa. IMMB *.t UN/1IRID. 01 ... ....... e1 ........ BBoW dkt BftBBttU.AB POPBMht -

Ill fat Fes.<7, Cteaadaa OMy, Plar* wbl eI .- type. Yss iwcardloaf af ShaM ataUoaIB BRICK HOMES
acraa. q ,
T. apfrot. la fr.kal Ma. 1111 da id I* | dy. af April, 1144 bad, ar*) ....... ta fair aadUrW.

HELP WANTED hail aattlo. Bldn nlnportaai. lo .. Ika ....* ftCMAMLM itnwiw MAI a.CIMHK MB M4 fjw WMMM ..,. ........ ....... .... .... COMPLETELYptt nmsHE
U ,&JutC. riRrvrr MOAT .
Pall oorapoMy aaUofactory. ....... .yi aRaar .... aUaW'l4J .. .

MEN AND WOMEN to trad Piaarla41a prto.lonu TO AH Wka It Way OaaaariiiNxl "DMt'I Clara ... .. ....... ... .......,,1'J: 144.IL.1 1 4391 Month 25 Y
la kankv Lee that lamp M. ........ Mhi aiaporl MLi. and rack Feaehea cad Vnotaktao fin k.... Saw ,. Aad..*M fiM kla fiM A'_, .. Law AJWVTa.
...... a* aaanalatratar ., Ik. iff Hadlomi .t.... Faaralotk Acc < Old Horn** la Trado

foaaoul work If ... ...... af Ckarlaa .. P..,.., ..- Tampa, ,....... Paid PoiaMatl ue.aHmc. ALSO New nichm. BotliroonaiAddtttOOaT
W. FAGAN fled kla MtlUaa _April *, tl II lHOWB N I : .
lla arotud May ... far-'n.-: .. sin tat k.
IU Tarry ..4.Z4. win "'lf la the HnMrakl II. T t>f tr"PAIITHi.. Mlowtof nova ko MMtalil kr Oko Board of CQiaiailaalia.n tfl Repairs

Apply ta yeroM U Saaa Foa- OaOlo. ll.. ..,...-. Can at r J<*.. af Oula4an 4UKMT TAPJ'IfniJI PBIUtUP). C**>*' to ear** a* laopoatori
Coo",. ........ a* can fib AL PROPERTY TAX <**rk* la Ik* = >lrM Prtoaary Mola ** Botkratraoa kaidTk

*.. at tlalo r...... Mar Apr. I, 1I, U M 4ay af April, ItM, for appravalof Aata A* prwrld af lift kr_.Ckaatar*. I* karaky Irtll. F, Plan**, Maf a. INI. 0WM| 100% FINANCING
aarn sad fat / .Olarkara* Board InaaaaiirI
lid. QwIM a. aOinlolatniar af Iho aatalo .( >1..* .... laaiikl* paraoaalr P'r Tad aMI ..5.50 I
kanaa. U Farkar. araa4. ..5tSl. .p.fty uaa inmil ad fr kalo INI G wall ... Model .... at 101 W... Washtagtos Et.of .
Apr. ... U. SI r ltk 4r af ........ IM4. ir* aow daliaajamf J. PowtarU
!*. will A ***a laaaa
few P. ........ ira drawl** torsi: af 1% par 5 .. Mord./, Muslin. M. Brow' Pbotl.121.8552. QulacY, Flo.
., _
d51Slatraiw 551..0 ? ISmmsaI
WELL DRILLING owta, ,... iko pupnaliaanaat
CII..... U Pvka, a..4 .. .. ....... rw-
., .. .-.. Ills ami Pry .. .. ..

r........ Co.plotoJao Ma TlrB 1 t.TO Apr fBBPITOMrUmtfcA LO. If ftK atOj u._naa laa.* aajaaaio klaw aro aat pat afpiatt* k*. s.-I:: I .Mr-pans*. A, at 1N.ralN15 MaMniaaMr Carl ......., JrFatrt BIT.. latWua Q AdbfiSwM w It.p6.

ol Dooktof ftwpa tot STATUTES ,are Ik* Ilia of Mar, war***!* Baaol. OatMaT
Help Wanted! HOOM<< or 1nIp'" la th* Can of1.. c...., VIM I* ta*.... tkaran. dfcraMlaa I. Bdward kt Barratl WKCH ONI AB TOO >iNltUJIU: BfUdtlM |

I Jada. Oadadaa Cvoiy, Ptar- soy .11e aad aanrnr* af IkaIk Ward'1L4 Mr*, taajar IswraVaaItmtf

TERBYROSAHARDWARE Idan Prakata.la :.sSthr psr.aml pr.Na, N ..,.. S.. ,.- ....
rl Batata af ua per.0r *aa4 taa*.
SALESMENMEN CO. Barry r. Clark ........,_ cad addllsewins I e. MaraooJlfIU ..../d Holla :
0........ 'rk* Mme af Olla awl ...- *... *n C MarrdlWlllaaaa
T* All Crvdllan sad Paraaa.PU il pnpiny taa parra sad 1e. N. .p.*a.rBa I
UM ...& MOMOO SLTaflakaaaaoi
Manta af tai** ar* a* *lrwnanao Drill W511...
or WOMENHANDICAPPED FlortdatMIIOT r*. c Said I.Salit ar iwwad.A.alsM A' Oaf -*f 05055 t B. taatarMubard Allao WBMBOMWarra I f........ -

IN ta ... earl af P.S ar ,*.Rai AOaWMai taaiir
aor...,. aMIfiad aad ....... t. (Mat Aa a> *y IIM ( ,.,_ t5w.5.. F. a Joya**, IV MA& OOOfOrf: TOMS
a1NM amp IHI MI aad daaiaodikMa ( U B.II CO. i III 41llt -NwyIII .%/
ofRETIRED -- > y**). ar attkar af yav Mr Hia. i 1.* = lalI r*,: r. 1. J.ys.. West WoaUxlnTtot: 8U Quincr, Fla:
I b.... aa-alnat Ik. aatau ., Marry M. IWwaMM IIIar
PERSONS ,.. nark di'ianl hall .< MMOaaaty 1oW _' Smh.ro Ill _tt 11ft B, m. Parraaiar* aakOwoataXM

OottrkalmpHoa. I* Ik. C-.." <*... *< *awreaiaala> r BtoUaw"IIII ?50.5 Ala Mrkro
.. na... ..
GIVEN EVERY P..S .lad***. Caoaty, Plarlda at kl. ''slam Bra4watl ___ 111f P. P. OrayaurrM I
Ptpo and FUtteat, ..rri. ra tbs inert k**** *f ad ft ( 11 O tVikaroM ....*

CONSIDEBAnONCALL ...... .....'". TUo ..... "....., at Q515q. r-- wail.II .. .wills'. t /4 ftIIAMBITIOUS ....... 4.S.o S. *aUo RET PROFIT POTENTIAL
I. N/5.d.. nth. ..... !' .. ."... -- 1144 *
., ,_ -
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J Last Rites For Good Future Harold Ziegler I Protecting the alcohol by
covering up his drinking generally
I Mrs. S. B. Perry For Agriculture 9isidePlWASHINGTON Gets Certificate serves' only to further
complicate his problem. According
, Funeral services were conducted Is Forecast"There From GM Corp. Ii to the Florida Alcoholic
for Mn S. B. Perry, I Rehabilitation Program,
85, of Quincy It 3 o'clock Friday Is I good future for __ A local automobile man, liar. the alcoholic will usually notseek
afternoon, April 10 it the agriculture and for credit In. old F. Ziegler, Jr., was award. v help until he U allowed to
Butler-Morgan Funeral Home stltutlons that put service above MARCH OF EVENTSWHY ed a GM Corporation Certificate suffer the consequence of his
Chapel with the Rev. DonaldF. self," according to J. S. Elam for his satisfactory completion i drinking.
Padgett and the Rev Thomai general manager of the Monti- DID SAUNGEK I CONrUCTlNO RUMOU of the Automotive Selling rI n _
Kelsey officiating. Interment cello Production Credit Asso- QUIT russ joi I I PLY BACK: AND fORTH Course at the Jacksonville I
followed In the Mt Pleasant elation who has just returned! General Motors Training Center I Mason Music
Cemetery.. from a three-day Management By BERET CATHCAKT this week.
I Mn. Perry was born In Training Institute for PCA C".1r4ll'r'" Washington Writer" Mr Ziegler was one of 19 COMPANY
Cummings, Georgia, and movedto Manager held In Columbia, ACIUNGTON-Tare we *J1 kind of rumors concerning professional automotive men I
She South Carolina W from GM dealerships In the 14 E. Washington Street
Quincy I year ago. was Pierre Salinger departure from hi* 'White Bouse press I
I former resident of Balnbrldge, Mr Elam said "Production announcement the Democratic Jacksonville area who
secretary job and hU seeking pated In the S day pertlel'l 1 PIANOS ORGANS
Ga., and Ala and
TalJadega, a Credit Associations are providing senatorial nomination from California. The
Conference he attended
Church member of of the First. Baptlit management training for The most startling one 1* that te and President Johnson hada I II one of 12 such seminar be Band Instrumentsand
Balnbrldge.Mrs employee of all levels to keep verbal altercation a few week ago over an.undlclod matter leg offered this year to CM Accessories
Perry died suddenly at their services geared to the
ana taut limiT vie ranaeni s persuejuve pow dealers, their manager and
'.30 Thursday morning, April changing needs of progressive staff specialist The Aaerradero Ride la the Spanish eectloei tau been rated by
faun from on the spot Each all
era prevented quitting Home Ph. MA 7-6705
e at her home In Quincy, agriculture." advanced conference guest a* the top attraction et Six Flag Over Texas Guest :
This story onto that a few day material I*
Survivors Include two daughters The Institute In Columbia brought to date travel l. fiberglas log along e winding course at IS feet per ,
before Ballnger quit, Johnson mad. a personaltrip up through a with spectacular dash Open MOB. Tuei. Wed.. Frl.
second, through sawmill, ending e
Mrs R. IL Strlrkland of provided training for managersthe
to Salinger1' residence to try to continuing national survey of 44 4 te I ,.... All Day Sit
persuade down a *S-o gree flume from a height ol feet. -
Quincy and Mn. Q. W. Jordan, In areas of: understanding 1 the professional need of retail
Jr. Tallahassee SamA. job delegation of him to remain and that he refused. automotive .
; one son, your ; responsibility people.Professional
Perry ChaltaJioochee; one and authority; the Another rumor which contradict th. first Conference aim- -
sinter, Mrs. W. H. Corfleld Tal- new look In credit management; i* that Salinger' candidacy II being under liar to the one attended by Mr.
ladega, Ala.; one brother E principles of planning; determining taken with the"blessing and encouragement of Ziegler' are regularly held at I Enjoy its timeless beauty rugged
K. Austin nIY: Jt'llllire; 10grandchildren objectives, goals and policies Johnson and hat the President 1* quietly all 30 GM Training Center ,
counseling on work performance working behind the California political scenes throughout the country. Approximately
grandchildren. ; and others, according to secure It for him. According to this account 49,000 sales and
to Mr. Elam. :, flallacer 1* looked upon by Johnson, service management and Matt design and matchless comfort!
There art ma.iy smart people He said the farmer-owned lerre Jell....' almost a* a ion and there U a truly affection member of GM automotive
but few students 'and operated Monticello Production ate bond between them. dealer are expected Credit Association has The latter of this second ha In these GM Dealer Manpower I
Plenty tf part report *
461 farmer member and extended Development Conferences i COLONIAL OAK FOX
TERMITES rumor*. come substance In numerous scenes In Wash this GROUP BY
$2,143,33900 In capital year, L. A. Mitchell, Jr.,
at Johnson' Tau ranch and elsewhere
Ington *
Manager Dealer
purpose and operating creditto Manpower Development
SWARMING? firmer of the area last year where the two men have been seen on the friendliest of' Staff, announced .
The Monticello Association term :In fact:, Salinger1 personality, always outgoing, seems'I Mr. Ziegler' Conference
makes short and Intermediate- to have expanded further in the few abort month that he ha Loader at the GM Training Settee matching wing chair
term loan to farmers in Jefferson served In the White House under Johnson I Center were Barney Colgroveand ,
1J1 Madlaon, Leon, Taylor, It i*also given credence by another story that went the round Bob Wllkens, cocktail table tables $239
Gadsden, Wakulla Liberty and shortly after Johnson assumed the presidency At that tune,' two step
Franklin counties with principal come of Salinger' close political friends ran up a "trial balloon" SENATOR RUSSELL'S BILL
/ office In Monticello and report that he planned to leave- the White House and run for Senator Russell eal.. branch office In Madison and election to the House of Representative from California That a '1SOO,000,000 program COMPLETE
Quincy, to try to equalize distribution of ii
story never got very far primarily because person who checked Negroes
x throughout the
The average life span of the decided he didn't qualify on the matter of residence.JOHNSON'S Slates At oreaent.. the n.r.centage .-

be'IM a.k..t roar bassi alcoholic Is some 12 years of Negro populationrun
shorter than that of the nonalcoholic e TROCTLES-Th almost uiuuuallabl political from 42 per cent In Miss
position la.which President Johnson found himself a few week issippi to one-tenth of I per
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ago after congressional tax cut appear,to be eroding aome lent In Vermont and North Da
what. Political observer Washington are again beginning to kota.
VOTE I wonder whether Isle luck lent running out. >
At that time, Johnson had successfully demonstrated that he h1 L
MAY 5 I we a "liberal" President In human and octal matters, that he Insurance Center rIr
was a conservative In fiscal affairs, and that he wa* a leader lathe 1121 West Jefferson r '
,for White House who could get thing done-, 4
particularly In a notoriously recalcitrant Con ulJenr'a -
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White House team have departed and John On Wane? INSURANCE INC.
ion 1* widely rumored to be suffering from
; strained relation wlth'Atty. can. Robert. Kennedy the best
I'IObolll. baa. of identification with the Kennedy administration. .
for .
"INa.r..INai foreign affair, la which he 1* weakest, are pushing their way
I SHERIFFOF to the fore of public and political thinking,and Democratic MM
torlal handling of the touchy Bobby Baker inquiry have cumulated 1
I a new burst of accusation that Item to have left a Jagged
GADSDEN One Stop Means
gash rather than a neat scar
COUNTY Every recent president ha enjoyed a "honeymoon" period Complete Service
with the press and the political opposition. Johnson did, too. But
"YOUR VOTE WILL It eeern to be ended Bow, and the betting i* that his popularity DIAL 627-7151
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