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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
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VOLUME 64. NO. 17 QUINCY. FLORIDA, 32351, THURSDAY APRIL 23. 1M4 PER COPY TEN CENT '




I Mrs. T. W. Cantey Wins Flower 'Quincy Precinct 13 Polling Quincy Glee Club To Present




Show Sweepstake Award Here Place ChangedBy




Mn. 'T. W. Gantry received I Quincy Commission Precinct 13 polling 'Babes In

the Sweepstakt Award for the Presbyterian place has been changed from Toyland' Friday
most Blue Ribbon in the Quincy RadioTelephoneService the Office of the Tax Collectorto I

Garden Club'a "Spring Disirici Men the County Commissioners
Flower Show" last Thursday at In Cars room on the lower floor of the

the dub house. The theme of Courthouse by order of the 1___ .

the 13th annual show" waa "DI. Of The Church To Be Available County Commission In session Operetta Will
neniloni In Design. Tuesday.
Postmaster Cox
Mri. Cantey won a total of: I The Federal Communications John W. Bates Precinct 13

eight blue ribbons; Mrs. Roma To Meet Here Commission last week advised Inspector, and Carl J. Fowler Include VariedPerformances

Morton, second place seven the Quincy Telephone Companyof Precinct 1 Innpeotor, appeared Lists
I
blue ribbons: and Mrs. R. H. M. I Louis Dooner, of Qulnry, Its approval of Its application before the Board of the County ChangesIn
Davidson, third place, six blue to provide radio-telephone Commission Tuesday afternoon
president of the First Preabylerian
ribbons. service. In reference to changing Mail ServiceThe
Tb. Trt-Color Award was won : Churth's Men of the Mitchell N. Drew president of the locations of the two pre

by the Daffodil Circle on Tea Church announced thla week the company, stated that this cincts. illUMed adjustment In Curtain TIme IB Set I

Tablet, using the .theme "At that the local' organisation will will enable businessmen and "Since we expect a very some postal services orderedin For 8 O'Clock In The
other Interested to havea heavy volt May 6, we don't believe
Home from 4 to 6, representing be host to the Ochlorkonet District parties Washington March 10 by
"Dimension of Warm Re- telephone in their automobile the present locations will Postmaiiter General John A. School Auditorium
fleeting Hotptullty." Mrs. Lamar Men of the Church on which will operate. the same ana provide enough space" stated (irnnnunkl to flI7 million
Smith is the circle chair Monday evening, April 27, at telephone In a business office Mr Fowler, will begin to save lake effect In "Babes In Toyland" will be

nan. 7:30 o'clock. The meeting will or in t residence. The Mr. Bate suggested that the Quincy and other cities May 4, presented by the Quincy IllgS

Mrs. R H. M. Davidson received be held In Fellowship Hall system will be fully automatic; empty Non spice formerly oc- loMina ter James Cox said today School Glee Club tomorrow beginning
the Award of Distinctionfor. The district la composed of that Is, no operators will be required cupied by Freeman's could be at 8 o'clock In the
churches la Madison Jefferson used for I'reclnct 1 Max school ludHorlum
the best arrangement in to switch the radiolel'ephone Service changes planned locally -
the ArtisUo Division. Sot was Leon and Oadsdea Counties. calls at It now requiredin Walker's office and the empty Include the following, Mr. An operetta, filled with romance

presented a silver bowl from a majority of such systems store space forn'&It'd. Cox said: excitement and comedy,
W, L Wood Jeweler. I Speaker for the occasion will The radio telephone will by Home Furniture Co., could 1 Parcel Pont Deliveries ,promises, lo be an enjoymentto
be Supreme Court Justice place call through the Qulncyexchange be used for Precinct 13. Parcel Putt delivery service all There will be singing,
The most outstanding entry
Campbell ThornalL of Tallahas to any of the telephones The Commissioners pointedout will be provided on a five day I acting and dancing Much monk
Horticulture Division
In the was
see. Rev. Tim Elder, pastor of svallablt through the that the public was accustomed week hauls except six day service I''la being done on scenery and
exhibited by Mrs. Max Fletcher.of New Philadelphia Church of Qui n e y exchange Including to using the Courthouse will be continued on Mounted MOST OUTSTANDING Brenda Thoroai and Sttwart MMUimvs.

She received the bowl Award from Quincy will lead the singing Greensboro Gretna and Havana for the two voting location and Rural Routes. There Hlnson seniors at Quincy High School' hart been selected I The rant Is .. follows: Mild,-
silver
Merit and
a
I Approximately 100 guests are In the aamt manner aa the and H would be confusing to Bonnie King, Widow Piper-
Moon Jewelry Co. will be no delivery of pI1'l'l1poet ai "Glil and Boy of the Year. They ware chosen
switch sites.Chairman. Judy .Peacock JanePatti Bus
expected to attend the meetIng call la mad from a telephone
of each week.
Th. Junior Achievement at which a barbecued dinner served by wires. The only difference of the Board Fred First on Clara Thursday parcels, Air Parcel from the "Girls and Boys of the Monlh.Carl L Bud oi Craig, Alan- Lamar Hanni.

Award was won by Sara Shaw will be served. Fred Hodges, of will be that Instead oft Shelter suggested that the Post, and perishable parcels the Qulncy Exchange Club which sponsors the project Torte Larry Barber, Barna

for the most artistic design In Quincy, president of the district dial the radiotelephone will County Commissioners room be will be delivered six days aweek. I preiented the awards. Photo by Martin's Studio by- James Fowler, Gonior
the Junior Artistic Division and will preside. be activated numerical push used for Precinct 13. The go- Wayne Hayes, RoriertgoKoger -.
by .
There wUl be
no changeIn
........ .. ,
the Corsages Award was received u. P.n a.n.tee. Willis, Miller Toymak
buttons.Alan
the of Delivery
delivery Special
by Mrs. Otho Edward. FIRST BAPTIST the radiotelephones will ptrctla. I Scott K.Ily Exp.cted er- Nell Hamilton, Jack- lien

for first place and Mrs. S. H. be able to receive calls from any J. Saturday Window Services ny Johnson, Jill- Carol Marsh

Solomon, second place. SUNDAY SERMONS of the more than 5,000 telephones Casey Brothers : The Money Order Win- Ho I'tellP.m Cogglns, Giant

In Division II, "Artistic Ar The Rev. Thorns E. Cuttlno, that can dial a Quincy dow will bt closed on Saturday Spider. Sylvia Skipper, Brown
rangements Class 1- fIrst pastor of the First Baptist number locally.In and no money orders will Three Political Rallies Bear.. Margaret Dean, Fairy

place was won by Mrs. W. M.Inman Church will deliver the message addition to this, the radiotelephone Buy IGA Food be written. No money orders/ Queen Connie "ftenlff Marrn

; Class 2-- Mrs. A. 8. "Food For The Fed Up" user may place or receive will be accepted on Saturdayon adukt Jimmy Hhoades Ore
Hurls; Class aMra. Keith Sunday morning, long distance telephonecalls the Rural Routes. All Postal mlo-- Milton Kilpatrick, Mary-

Hampton; Class 4- Mrs. Vivian At the evening service Mr.CuUlno' as well as local calls. Siore In Quincy Savings business will be Scheduled For Gadsden Lynda Fuloh.
Richards; Claw S- Mrs. R. H. The rest of the Glee Club
sermon, "What't Your Drew titled that the first A. D. and suspended on Saturday AllClalma
Wall owner manager member will be
and Class 6- Mrs.Maxwell cast la dollsvlllagtri
M. Davidson; "
Business? will be based on radio-telephones be put of Wall't IGA FoodUner on Meter settings, trust ,
Strom. the Book of I Chronicles. I Into service within a few weeks. funds deposits, and box rent ralliessrt toyshop workers, cluIsens
West Jefferson In
Street Qulncy big political
The ribbon winners In the Three toy soldiers, dandle. milfalrlta.
announced this week that collection will not be acceptedon In Uadwten County
on tap .
"Small Wontiers"
Junior Division -
Class 1- Teresa he had told the business to Saturdays. The Stamp, Par- between now and election day A. D. Wall New Mrs. Bill Brlcktr U directorof

(Cstla..d- were.. r... .....t.... Leon Weaver Named Lloyd and Murphy Casey, brothers eel Post, and General Delivery May ft, according to reports the Glee. Club. Pianists are
of DeFunlak Springs. Saturday Window will morning be open it from usual S 00 on from Greensboro, Havana sad Owner of King Brenda Thomas and Mary Jean


Many See 1914 The Casey operated brothers a food have storeIn successfully to 1300.will COD be available and Registryarrvlct Qulncy.Starting the ball rolling will Cole Food StoreJack Mynard.Admission will be IM for

DeFunlak Springs since 1(34 u us be an old faanloned rally at student and '1.00 for adults. t,
New Mayor Of Quincy and have operated an IGA Fond- ual.Tht the Oretnaboro City Hall and Candy announced thla
Postmatttr tmphaaltedthat week that A. O. Wall had purchased
Ford Cars HereWednesday "liner'I'LThfo there for the past four no essential n.jur.ervkware Saturday Handstand April beginning 95. with at I p.m.Hen, hli King Colt Food 'Quincy PTA

affected under the erders. Store
Kelly
A.M. Commissioner Leon E. "Bud"Weaver art menbert of the There will be no change In Scott scheduled to makean
M,. Wall will tsaumt ownership
In hit bid for
re-elected to his aecondthney.ar Baptist Church Masons, American home delivery or special delivery appearance and management of thesuper Hears Various
the UemocnUa gubernatorialnomination.
I and the Junior
Legion
term on the City for example. Regular
Several hundred Qulncyites, All local candidate lII.rlllIot.ted on South
Chamber of Commerce Out of
of politicians Commission In Qulncy't General business mall deliveries will Roberts Street, today, Thursday
sprinkling and
with I liberal have been InvIted art
the brothers will to Qulncy
Election last Tuesday, II move continue as usual. Letters ..ndoth.r School Phases
were on hand on the the expected tt be on hand. lit hit been engaged la
with hit family after
of the flraUclsM mall will be
city.
the
new mayor
to the business In Quincy
courthouse lawn greet par- grocery
'tkripante In a Pur Oil Company Mr. Weaver was named mayor school year Is completed.The handled with the same priority Ben Kelly wlU stove it S.30 fur tile past three years Mr. Student discipline, high school

motorcade that arrived by hit fellow eommlsslontrt ina Canine state that ttvfral as aver. and speak at 8.44.; The tthereandldatei Wall stated that he will nn.tlnut ., curriculum spiritual training

here at 11:30: Wednesday morn reorganization meeting Friday I changes are contemplated The economy step, Mr. Cot [ art scheduled to to serve the punllt In ChI and early school Mft were tflseussed -
ing. The main attraction vas night at the City Halt lit Improve ins efficiency and explained. It la lint with President start spesklng it 6 10. i samt efficient manner offering tt the Qulnry Sohooli
BaUrday May *
the appearance of two 1(14 hat served the past year as service it the IDA FoodUner Johnson's program under Then on klrkulf, the finest Quality. meats and P.T.A. Tuesday night
Ford automobiles that looked mayor pro-tern. E. W. "Ned"lfinson land will continue the Internationally which the recent Federal gala parade will festivities groceries available After g devotional given ty
t and sounded like new. has been mayor for the accepted lOA food Income tax cut was provided. la Havana where the the Rev. John Bywiter, and a
Drivers of the ancient vintage past year. .Other commlaaloners' 'program. They old that all of llsvsns KhI<.nl. Club, sponsors I short Dullness samba the assembly
K. "Bubba" Howard' be rmlllf'd.PI.n. of the tvtnl will trrvebenekt a divided Into lour dUoiMMlon
vehicles were dressed in art E. Gay the personnel will -
FFA
fashions of the era, the womenIn Fletcher and O. O. Cox. Mr. for the grand openingby Quincy flan fry st the school groups, each person
dresses and ont of the Cox succeeds Mr. Weaver as the new owners have not :house beginning at I p m. Candidates Joining the group of hll
long In whiskers and curled mayor pro-tern. been completed at this time Wins Honors will be given. an opportunKy choice,
men Mr. Weaver emerged the I r lo speak followingthe l ll following is a brief
muetacht. They were Jerry Lloyd and Murphy said "We The Quincy PTA Chapterwon meal summaryof
winner la election Int l earn group discussion!
of Tuesday's 1.1 Invitation to
Maywood extend lOrd
Zehner a
and Jena 4Key. first plan In the string Un Monday alght before the Viewpoints _
111., and Ron and Lorene Patter Munroe.clout contest Weaver with received Robert all the people of Quincy and band contest and tractor driving election, the Wulnry" Junior sot .....es.L VlerlpllssHsme Leader, Mrs.
r'l
Zehn-
and
The Gadaden visit
111. to us
of Batavia, County second place in l'b.pt.r.wHlh.art Chamber of Commerce; bee P..., stases
493 Munrot la
Ford "de- votes to for watch for exciting
In JIII4 please our .
era were t and fourth place In planned s huge rally at the 1J1.'lplin..he strict train.
hack and the Papers were largest turnout of voters IIIQuJne' grand opening' the public speaking. eonl.... tt
pot !Nathan 'M.)'. Livestock, Pavilion Ing of mind or rbaraoter, as
In a 1914 Ford touring car. history.Mr. the tubdMrlct meet last Fridayat In the western part of Qulncy. well it punishment given byway
Both vehicles wert powered by Weaver expressed himself the Crtwfordvlllt High 1
In Girl Scouts To A apokeonan for the Jaycees of training or eoractlabItasats..d
engines complete as being deeply grateful to Sthool.
original
Bill Brkker laid that I chicken pilau es P.ea ....._,
every detail down to the original the people for returning him to Members of the tiring bend supper will be served .t 1,10. -
gas headlights and kerosene the seat on the commission and Attend Meeting were Tommy Ho well. Tommy Following supper sll esndldatesaul
tail lamps. highly honored that hit fellow New Member Smith and Talent Show
Four girls from Qulncy will Walter Dover; >)tc4 to the May I primary l
The Pure OH Company sponsored eommlsstontn saw fit to unanimously tractor driving, Wayne John
attend the ftttewldt Brator will bt given five I minute tarn
tour originated in Miami name him to the city's Added To First Girl Scout Conference In Jack son, chapter .w ethes4, Bunny to spesk.Atoordlng. Winners NamedTommy

April 13 and will culminate In highest otfkt."I tonvlllt tomorrow, Saturdayand Fletcher: and public spesk to Lamar "'.

Minneapolis, If all goes well, on do not have a prepared Baptist Staff Sunday. log contestant Tommy Smith It's//.sit .. r... ..... 11'r. HuwtU and Mike
May 10 or 11, according to M. statement to make" said Mayor According' to Murray Lang- i Donehut were the overall
E. Craig, local Pure Oil Jobber Weaver "but 1 do have a few The Her. Thomas E. Cuttlno, The Girl Scouts from Troop ford, chapter advisor the District I winners al the Glen. Julia Ion,

lie explained that Pure Oil things In mind that I eel If parlor of First Baptist Church 108 Virginia Markham Faye Contest hat been scheduled StepIs Talent Show last Saturday evnlng .
Woodward and Expansion
Company waa founded in Columbus put Into practice here It will announces today that the Rev. Shofner Susan la three weeks at Montkello. si the Mt I'lessan4
Ohio on April Y. 1814tl. bt for the betterment of the Bill Kenneth Brlcktr has been Susan Reynolds will be accompanied Weeks "School. They presented aetee.tioeiu .
Craft
........ .s r... Mr..tee.l community. I especially wantto called to serve the church as by Mrs. R. D. Woodward Planned By The Rtr. on tUetrle gultsrs.
Jr. Is
Wood
Impress upon the people of, Minister of Youth and Edura Patsy The beginner winners acres
Quincy through the actions of lion Mr. Brlcker has accepted As guests of the Gateway Revival SlatedAt Joyce John*, first place, who
Barineau Makes Council, they will have the opportunity Prom Chairman ".._....
sU city employees that we are the call and begins his ministry Thos. MemorialThe sang T. Remember"!
bert to serve and they art the with the Quincy Church Im to explore the national South SideThe Lee Hurst, second, plane solo,
Hole In One customers. I also think that mediately.Mr. and International aspects I Ptlay Wood hat bran dented Thotnaa Memorial Realist and first place' In lot tostUA
of Girl Scouting. They the annual Junior- David 11.11 psitor
chairman of Rev ,
dlvia/m. Midget Beetles.Mualt .
taken the first
Church! kas
needs
the city's building lOde Brlcker It a native of Albuqutrque -
Club will also tiara more about themany Senior Prom which hat been of Houth Bide Baptist Chapel, winner Trtill
In the ten were:
At Sawano some serious thought by the New Mexico end txpanelMi" step yesrsthat
ltaU.sd .e Pan .. attended the public schools of phase of Senior Scout planned for May 22. Kayt Sanford It has bees ss organisedchurch. t mlulon of chI First Baptist "'.rr.more. first, piano whit

Louis Barintau. of Qulnq that city He studied Engineering ing. will serve tt her ft hair- Church, announces a..lulaerY- and Mull). Todd second, whe
made a hole-1n-. R the Sa ;; the man .In at the Chapel located tl sssg "Moon River"*
st University of New i The church la buelneM tee- *
SaturUy and their
wane Country Club''Ut Federated ClubPicnic Mexico and In IBM: transferredto Quihacha Association The other chairmen alien Wedneetsy evening, voted the earner ef a. Hoberti and Variety winners wren Bobby
to lobe
afternoon. The 10,000 ere t! tollewti Betty Ann week of Cannon, Buoote Mel"tlaul, let
Laura The
< the Baylor University In WacoTexas To Mot Tuesday the expanaloa The Building mreeU
one feat was performed on to study Religion ..ndIIborJ :Hhetfer decorations. MaryMartht and Imrevemen CemnwMet ".. Revival la April IT May 3 Martin, Martha Mcrhaul and
bth bole The Quihacha Neighborhood Masseyf0ad Pat
Uo yard par three Barmetu el and Tuesday"Growing receiving the BA Degree Association will meet tt 110 Partner entertainment ,FrankMorgan tented, with the approval ef servltet will be rondlH+ted cash Junisiy Smith, first Clara whe pretented >
Playing with tl 7 30 with final eorv t skit; and Bhep*
evening ,
la le5e. lit then went toSouthwvsteni the church d.ae boa tethe
FirstPresbywrlae .
shot were tt the and
witnessing; the perfect Old Cracefuny" Baptist Thralog Tuesday morning i cleanup Judy church members, the klanaedimprevemenu. Ices os 1ua4e,. sad, second who gave s read

Pst Hlgdon. Karl *KenhMark- will be the subject of the talk leal Seminary at Fort Worth Church In Qula- ilutchlnson.ist'IlatiOna.. Tnne These include The visiting evangelist U the Lang, "IhMithera nuiotophy."
will select
George Betel and to be given. by Mist Ruth Harris I elected chairmen First place winners In the tot-
receiving the BD Degree la CYThe leaders, assistant leaders their commHteet from volun- the -ltIoII and imprevement Rev, Grady Weeks pe.tDof
b.m. bole-ln-ont st the Federated Women's Club May of IM). and rommttlet members ef ene ef the bout* k.. the Baptist Church el Clara, tone dlvtalitewert Andy Par

This was the but third the first on picnic Tuesday April 3s. Mist Mr. Brkktr comet to the will troop make plant for the tears.Money for the dance ass rated at properly whir Is already riartdt. Mr Weeks Is a grad'saw ramort, Joha HewtU, Wayne
for B.rtne.u Harris It s Family Lift Spa wined the church, Ntewart and Danny Hayes ,II
staff of tat First Baptist by of Baptist Bible InetHute
bole. coming Court of Awards scheduled raised by telling Cotes it tilt .
Beet lee.Winner
this particular oUUet for the Agr'IewltlsnlLxtenslos Church wWi orach experience that R might be tend for t of OraeevlUe la the elass .,
In May, said Mrs. Rob football .._. each Junior ef the eeket ...,.
Department. In reUI\aU..k. WhIle la aol Sunday SeeM. er Training Ua- IMQ. la addition te the Bible
Key Clubbers The meeting will beds at legs, bt held rwrhrtls. worked ert ebalrmsa.0.lleI.bborlloo4 Oar also It required M donate a dol loa fopartsiewt with five etaesrooflM. centered preaching. of the via- Mrs M. W Howell, Mft. It ...

1030 tm. with the Federated among the Indiana of Rise ....- -- The planned Inprevemenli King evangelist, special. aiualtwill ItowtU. Mrs. Joe Boot, L N.
I Club meeting la the morning, a lot and did supply presetting to I would rest Is the selghJ, ae "Cl'WI.' ... Mr. Hall lavltet heptrd., Mr Martin Sunday
picnic lunch at moos aid the Texas Mv Mexico and Flor borhood ef llflWOO to $1,. the people ., Qulnry to Mrs. Bill Mlrkloaes and Mrs.
a:. L. forth,
County Home Demonstration ida. During kit seminary Uslav '''''9\.t' JUG 00. attend these tvangelMUt" spry.Ind. -
Council meeting la the after- Ins bt was pastor of a BaptastChurch I ''' The dirt seed ef stub fetllltlet I, Refreshments were served

note beginning at 3 30 p.m. la taint, Texas. S was pointed up ay the roevailttee ----- after Use program by SMsasersof
All club officers art wgedU Mr. and Mrs Brkktr have the trgsnualloasl leadership the Old ML Fleseaal Ckurts

> represeat their duke by being tieet txwtbert tf the First ..,- end tilt .._ ef Ute Dist. Governor

MeetingH present.Federated. tilt Cherub of Qulncy since church leery place ef ...11- At the Theatres
Officers will be September la IMJ vises they! skit spare Is presently la use Kiwanis Visits

elected and Installed. W_'. camt to. 1M community toUtch sad la ereer for any n pa sales.st This Week
Oak and Howe DsskoaatnUosCeuaril i fas tile local srhooU. tat' all, the additions reoti meat Area April 27

wUl give yearly report tlaHea.d w ..... see.ste..r : ee provided. Lest ThMlre attractions for
\ of taetr wUY..... Tke preMrt fac lilt s, fens 1. I /InT Warier.. 0 e.eraer tilt eetnlng week ktclude "&.Me
arty tae trlglatl G..... eI' W the FWldt Utetrtrlef With the Proper Stranger,"
: Jr. Horse Show IU.... It scheduled to
lay 1 H/Mplul chub was renovated ele/rlsg Steve Metjutes end
Hugh and 1'1I1. acconpsaled Track & Field have toes used te their take M erfMal address te the Netalle Wood, Thursday and
Jack Mar Fred Worpal Slated Saturday I II tcr ,....,. Tine lottul kwlldlagprogrem IU...... Oust ef the Big Bead rnday.Featured.
by JltDIIIIe BarUle'" .... Kay Meet Winners ( tf tat than Mvehwdaenettery ares at s meeting ef tit C.p- teturday will ee sdiMibte
and and em Fwler of I A Junior Hen Show han a and eduretlontl. fa- Mal CII, IUw.... Chub ks TatlalusMe feature, "Leve. With
ClubWt'l.KI..aII au'" QuiIIC'J Medal wtaaeri of the third bees scheduled ay tkf Cads- tlUUet valued tt tltOJMOMTatw at T pas Menday, April the Proper ttr.ner.u4

till ... re- usual Jaycee Jenier Own dell Saddle Club at 7 30 Sitars have keen aced ... rtaevated rta. Tbt Capita City I" Cyet af Anait Jones," liar,.
hornedyhaeday marnlnL Jolt Track aM field Meet wW Bwoeday day _1ft.. April ZS at tat that they sUgM. as Out ...... at tilt FkrMenlletet Rknard Cente. ,

ItDIlk and Ar'b" flail, alas We u toiler's1112 see arena ta U ft. W west tf Quta- store hepts.... featured Iknday Monday

made tae trip .. ac-.w. group" Jerry ae.er. 12Na TMs. The aseter, Guy Wade t*> Cube .hi tile Big lend trtthick Tuesday "One Maa't Wapwhich J
.. 11" will W Ire UnwdM.
.dal..ejeyedeweral peprintl; w., PbppeL will be repreemted at Is the ..
where the tareeat Pfssnd the txataslMS la taeseeerds. ll/t story tf It.' *
... .
Btecb.SLwere tw htu
CharlttII tvmtt lodfsd
rouAda f pII. and "Our lafaM hat lake the meeting laeludt Gre.se> SMS Vlaeest Ptale.Weonesday .
A d.lea'stlUS d Jwaalaas ...... 1-l' act freesKW t. tf towtj judge ad .aage the first cord step. II.. set !.bate, Havana, MoMkello. Frrry April 21 wilt ..
Cstna. 17* pdsb. limit tf U peers sad and.Trws .. [ Qelcry, Tallaha see and tkeduled "11_ From The
"... &lie T Mondayb and sand rtbboM ... the lad ass It M ever ,.
sts
guests tat meet Johaa Ward 1H petes idS.e tack last and at BOOK or GOLDEN s AWARD Judge K Y... however, the grewt* tf tat ..* iCtpHti CMy.Btarkey. HUll. ," ttirrtac Robert MltchMMtad
I4H be *
petals. gftva a
making M tntenlub frld cult They. Bradley 17 DaN RiseJot. JehaeM.im try lee af IIM lor ttfte4 JUyaoldt (rVjnfl. to bebolj d die QuIncy EICBOM* dubpeeentod ity acfceel, thurefe. nemkenaJp.ted I art Walte Bearsewtel Eleanor Parker. .
__IML age the Hill Drive U
GftI .I ether ergaateeUeat ef the ewaer set sees MUve Is Featured tt
lees vtU bt diargedL tlpee.tatsI Award" JobsW.. :
Mull Ledge. Ita look U Coldra Dtd. to
delis Cr.i, wme. 14 Jior1bnlll potato adawtted fret tlcaargt. easjrrk auks the step asessstry. ,Florida Khrtait for ore than for Friday sad. Saturday, Cea-
Waa.ban will lie
sad Joe poMUMd Roger Willis lobe West Tueeday evening at UM mutual La&et Ntgaldinner. We are, Iadee4, esemreg 14 year and set sees very ass ale Frauds starring In "Fellow

.... It.W.wM.. a T poIIitLI details will W i The ftoretsfcit) Mild wU he'I Mr. Bolt was selecteda Ut many services to .4 by the trtloei tf Iht cherub the w the state tad ....,.. tat Boys" tad Dames" aa}
track
are Wilil aooncy Lbsa.,, was a goes ad I aem.hle Flail mesa wet I popl and the camaunltf. Photo by Marts' Studio aid Kt Isedetshla.. easel level. tl Lleaale.A Pythias." staining Our WaUleja*.



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Introducing Good Food :) .. ;': .Corners andCorridors House bill 10138. Introduced Invites correspondence, addressed ologtiti, nature bat had I treat
'by Congressman George Rhode In car of any publication opportunity to build a creature
THE
TRIUMPH OF MAN of Penruylvania I* bated on In which it appear) that can withstand all tort ''of
New Cake Easy To Prepare the generally approved principle .
I battle against its moat *ggre*.
Man'triumph. *ere nl meur'4 in victories elene-th.y Include let forth In the British Bug's World SayEntomologists Uve competitor man. .
Designated 'Cherry Jubilee' '.ginning, dlMeveries, breek-Mvevghs sad ....endlnts. ef dark By fr*.k E. Il.nckel act of 1876. designed "to prevent .- ,
,.rlHI In hitter/. cruelty without hampering
__ ___ You don't have to be luper-I research
n
sentimentalist to be writing, ELECTRICALSERVICE
Nell McLennan DAWN Of MANTa III'
Mary
By Ladle, here' a new cake Crouch's One S talking or preaching about kind. Both this bill and H. R. 10026 By Jack Reese ,
new to animal ,also fathered by Congressman
recipe that promise to rival meal (Intereiring, enelllnj, pr m> And you art not bidding for Rhode, are pending In the You may think that the cur-
Inpopularity.
the Apricot. Nectar Cake Cent Sale Set icing creature le walk Hi*earth com i a liming In the Who' Who of house committee on Interstate rent human population of
she, weld ef strange uad.r-wet.r Pestilential Cadflle when you I and which
foreign ,
commerce three billion U lot of
thai a peopleIn
U hat the tame qutlltles Next ThursdayApril life that had leafed for seas Man 11 dispatch I !letter urging your Invite full expression of opin Anything from wiring
the Apricot cake did easilyprepared t q the world, but consider how
appeared naktd, bent end
result greping + aenator or congressman to vote;Inn. Letter should be addressed house replacing
and delicious and 30th mark the starting ape-like mere than twe bllllen ors For legislation requiring more; through the lion. Oren liar- many insect live with ua a
Jubilee
1"1 called Cherry mix. The Me of Rexall'i Original On age. humane treatment of animal rl., house of representatives office Entomologist with the FlorIda a light bulb
start wtta a ready
In the biologic laboratories Agricultural Extension Service
Washington,
recipe call for pear nectar, Cent Sale at Crouch' Rexall
that Insects comprise
but apricot nectar may be lubttltuted Drug Store This traditional' You are only speaking up for The "lab-law" bill incidentally say Ike
of theworld'
about 80 cent
If your grocer doein'i sale, which ha been termed the right and proper thing, and I II Identical with the Clark per Shepardat
lower and higher anlmat -
have pear nectar. the greatest merchandising your lawmaker In Washington Neuberger bill In the senate ,
Add high grade salad oil vent In history," will feature will welcome your request for and with the Ashley bill In the population.Insect .
four egg, a bit of cherry: juice score of nationally advertised his Interest and lotion. He house both of which have are the most successful
for flavoring and a few drops Rexall products, on sale" at two /'a'te His greatest wisps far wanta to hear from bit consUtuenta had much public dlscuilion..nd creature on earth, Judgingby SHELFER.BLITCHFURNITURE
of red food coloring to make Idelldoue for the regular price of one, I svrvtvol comparea1 te all about matter of public in the opinion of right- their .d8p bUlly and sur
I pink lot the alec plus a penny. a ether terms ef life concern. minded people, should already vival. One reason for their CO.
few minute Bill Crouch, of Crouch' Rex I was be laws of the land. continued success I* their sen TII43Re
trio mixer run a .' Ms rrnigee MAta
aUliry lerhlnM
have been
Latest of the animal iority. They on
protection Nothing should
and there are all Drug Store, dated that thisyear's delay action 1111411Warehouse
you It wo this atone Introduced earth for 490: million long *
bill In the on a humanitarian Isiue. Cruelty year
selection of Kern I yr
MlOfl
Ph. HAtn
ate I
Bake In a tube and glare that shaped the .
pan
magnlHearllesl house befroe
geared to meet the need ofevery 1 of representative are H. la the only real sin In the man.Consequently
with with sugar Juice Icing and made cbopp'ed: pink! member of the family ant world h tem., R. 10138 forbidding all avoidable world: all other tranlllI'tlllonl.r. __. : say. the entom-
cherry. 'Particular cart ha been taken Infliction of pain on experimental only its modification; and,
cherries.It' to offer Hems that are useful animal, and lL R delay in its eradication I* approval
a* pretty a* a new Easter 10026, prescribing humane If not partidpaton I NOW AVAILABLE at f fBILL'S
bonnet and those who have during the spring and summer A i M !
M treatment of livestock carried I
month Item for men, 1 -
around baked It lone ay enough that It doesn't to prove atop IU women and children, and many by truck from Male to state (The writer of this columnI BAIT & TACKLE -
Legislation affecting animal I
product for the horn, Beside *
.
keeping quaint** the many lo Sale feature, In truck shipment la long over-
Cherry Jubilee Cake MOTOR REPAIRS & PARTS
shopper will also find plus- OMen due. There I II a federal law
t cbcrry supreme oake mix values in Surprise Buy which' Is pidwsd hi his enacted flirty years ago that
1 cup pear nectar deltoid (sew hi require the feeding, seat _
watering
are not on the le Sale
plan,
H cup high grid salad oil EVINRUDE MOTORS & BOATS I
but which were specially pur. the Rot ef 1J MediaedlftmntM and otherwise proper care 01
4 whole egg chased for this event, to offer fat The Tea. animal en-route' by rail, but
Vi cup sugar customer big savings! sire lsswsna Ceerpe. k+yal.a' no Rich law for those In movement i -0-
Vt teaspoon cherry flavoringor For New York WerWtFair over the highway.
over fifty consecutive
1 teaspoon juice of But till longer overdue I II YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT NEEDS
cherries yean, Rexall le Sale* hive offered exMUl. Yen will ? ,
5 maraschino drop red food coloring medicine I *, toiletries, bier and tee seth. the pending ill legislation, to prevent CAN ALL BE FILLED AT
usage of anlmale cola
household good and personal triumph ef vat
1 Ores ( e*
cup powdered sugar need, all at "2 for 1 levied for laboratory tMt Res-
e maraschino cherries flntlj plus a Hence was, 'ilsy BILL'SBAIT&TACKLESHOPQUINCY'S
Z sons for the hold-back
penny." The talc I* being nationally are not
chopped advertised clear' tine Uiere'i never beenan
In
newspapand -
I cherries tablespoon juice from ers magulne, Sunday opposing lobby a* tough a* FISHERMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
newspaper magazine sections, that now fighting medicare.
la
large bowl blind all Ingredients -
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and on radio and television i
except egg. Beet at '
'A* t special feature of the
medium for
speed minute.
one le Bale Mr,
Crouch added,
Add at time beat
egg one a ; at!
"many of our customer will
medium speed for on. minute
after each addition. Pour Imo want to use our Advance
greased and floured 10-lncli Shopping LUrU. Then are nowavailable
James
Stewart FromSTEWART
tube pan. at our etor. Customer
Bake at ISO degree lot mar Imply check off the
about 45 minute, or until cake Item they want and leave the
tests done. Knife blade Inserted order for us to fill On the I
will come out clean.) opening day of the Sale, or any
lime during the ten sale day,
Cool right aide up In the pat
for 19 minute then remove they can com In and pick up
Mix the powdered augur, chopped their order, thus caving time
cherries and cherry juice un a* well a* nearly DO per cent on
YOUNG'Sis
le Sale .
of spreading consistency. Pour purchase There la
till time for those who preferto
over cake while still warm to I
make I 11.... shop this easy way, but
The Apricot Neotar Cake recipe -they'll have to hurry." The I
1* repeated for those who lilt starts next Thursday.Important I
might have missed it:

Lemon Apricot Bvprene Nectar Cake Special) HD j happy to announce their appointment by

1 Lemon supreme cake mix Meetings Apr. 28
1 cup apricot nectar ,
M cup high grade salad oil
.4 eggs The Qedsden County Home
Vi cup sugar Demonstration Council Board
Mix cake mix, sugar, oil and met at 10 o'olock Tuesday
aeotar together Next add ODe morning, April IS Five mem-
egg at a time. Bake In tuba ben were present
pan at ate degree for one hour. Plan were made for the
Mix one cup powdered sugar Federation and Council meetings MAGIC CHEFas
and juice of one lemon Pour which will be held at
over cake while still warm to Glen Julia Park at 10:30 Tuet-
_
. day morning, April 28. Providence .
Club will be hosts,..
Tb. Club cook book have
gone to prea and 'way to sell
them were discussed.Leewood .

il's A mi

asei. twaueswst. loll a lilt Bates dealer for the Quincy area for their fine line of gas and electric ranges. We at Stewart

Appointed Agent

Young's are always reluctant to add additional lines to our FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE and
Miss Leewood Raise of Quincy
who was appointed special
agent by the John Hancock Mutual ZENITH ELECTRONIC LINES, however, after careful consideration we decided to accept
Life Insurance Company In
Orlando In January, baa
recently
In Mal completed training program her Company' this appointment because MAGIC CHEF manufactures a Quality range at a lower price

Leewood graduated from Emory
University In 1963, and that will fit into our line. It is a line that we are proud to represent proud to sell and
after graduation became t secretary -,
tfti In the '
w. Orlando office of
John Hancock. Since becoming service. As a special intoductory offer during our

t field representative, the hat,
n consistently ranked among the I
Meal! leading new agent of her com
pie".

attacheMEP45' A CHILD'S THANKS I

O Anchorage, Alaska After 13TH ANNIVERSARY SALEWE
051'fIIIS... ilr-UTUng 30 persons from the

W. CaD earthquake area around Kodiak,
a weary pilot fount a not writ.
supply all your ten on a paper napkin. had
drug been left by a .Idl child
It read,''Tbll I* for nice kind I
and sundry nod persona at the Navy Baa. Wt
thank you to much for your big PRESENT
help to native people," I

F. P. May From 1M through ltd, the!
Amerken steel Industry I
pent
Drug Co. $187 billion on plant andequipment : :
and $31 billion on!,

Phone Quincy.627-7601 Fla. miscellaneous make I glase.Copied Investment I I GAS OR ELECTRIC


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A man with his eye' open
for the Improvement of Gads-
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ads will tell you. what be
:. advocate* for the county. EVEN LESS WITH GOOD TRADE

Fat Uf of all farm te market reds ...* ae ef the urUfla
ear art true daasat to the tartser art the saving tomslnleaaioe
eject te ... eeaity.FenrUntag .

V... tt all the way.. ........ Imau4litlya
5 preteetlet to Krty .. ... Utenlale klitwayeBatslnf ". 20 Inch Range. Ideal for Apartment. Lake or Beach Cottage or trailer
ear ewes will airy R a let ef buslaeaa, A slat
law. If eteeeary* *. ,*.tl breaeslag.Lertlly .

ftoaiMieJ small Irtuatry see ...at..tart... W*
lave Ike later art raw meat walk educates at letdwtrarlnc
te ..'. Plait.... we plea Ifal we tea raise Ih.
capliaL STEWART YOUNG

Then are not campaign' promises. They are Just to let
you know some of bit Weal, U you agree with them vote for .
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL


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OADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY. FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 25 1M4 PAC!: THRffii30Day :
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Weather Cage between 88 and 62 degree.with ........-- -. "- __ .,. F ,..,.. -sr.. I
only two or three nlghU
Outlook ,below SO degrees. JH4Jtk ljOl" eLi'/s .
Rainfall during the next 20
Th Thirty Day Agricultural day I II exwxHed to be moderate $1 !JnJlcranuQu..lltlon "THE PRICE
Weather Outlook for the period 200to400 inches IB '
mid April to mid May for South southeast Georgia and moderateto ... '
Georgia Southeast Alabama and heavy 2.50 to 6.00 Inches We have a desperate
Northwest Florida, lisued by over southwest Georgia, MARCH OF EVENTS red for a sizeable block of,
the Weather Bureau Advisory southeast Alabama and northwest new life insurance and would
Agricultural Meteorologist, TIt- Florida Rain Is expectedto COVERAGE BOOMS I REPORTUS MUll like H to be permanent Iniur-' i
Ion, Georgia, April 16: occur as showers and thundershower AT WHITE HOUSI I woo:IONS HOURS ante. but Just can't afford all J1GH'just
Temperature during the peM on 6 to I days the premium right now Is there,
mid April through mid May through the period.Sun.hln. By IrENE CATTICARTCentral any way we could finance thisto '
are expected |o avenge much I the next SO Press mwWwjton Writer pay about half the premiumor I
above normal over the Tr- during '{Y/ASBINQTON-7t I*natural for*new president to be given a few tears and pick It up
days is expected to average
Stat AgrlculturU Area Daily W B. Johnson, either We know finances
intensive press coverage but Lyndon iter our
about 65 per cent of poaslblewith
mean temperatures will aver frequent afternoon cloudiness br accident or design, has forced more reporter to "cover the will be better in a few jears.Answer i one STOP to SHOP
between 68 and 74 de
age but no extended cloudy White BOOM cue steady bail than any of his prsdraeason. You don't need any
free Maximum temperaturesshould I period. The reason for this is Johnson own unpradlcUbUltr on the insnclng You can accomplish
range between 78 and and announcement The Whit whet you want with a policy I
matter sinews conferences new
Soil temperature! during the
(5 degree with afternoon! temperature I
mid House lobby when reporter wait for news designed for Just this plIJ"PIIHlr.1I1'11
period mid April through
*reaching BO degrees or the 'Modified Life" This NECI
higher on 4 or 5 dayi. Mln,May will continue the upward developments to usually Jammed with correpondent la policy with]I '
mum temperatures should iver:trend under increasing amounts *for papers,television and radio, and I ptlrman..nt-t'PI for the /
a much Inllll.r premium
'of sunshine as days becoming a bevy of still and movie cameramen. Thi end the full prem-| 10C 1
early years
noticeable longer, Four Inch crush 1* generally so heavy that there arsnl urn thereafter. The number I .
Insurance Center bare soil temperatures will enough chairs to accommodate them. or years at the lower, rate varyusually ; BONES
1121 West Jefferson range mostly in the 70.. Soil r There are more print telephone, tohrbloa from three to ten years, '
temperatures at a seeding depthof and radio line Installed there than ever be most commonly five The early ,
two Inches will closely: fellow It's tad that the old pear as a proportion
fore. gotten so premium ran vary
PAT THOMAS air temperatures, aversglngetween room I* almost impossible to negotiate; tt'i of the f'tntuIprem-
highs of 80 to (S to
> x This
half. plan
fun of sound-proofed booth where the numerous um commonly
INSURANCE, INC. lows near 70 degrees.SCOUT newsmen rush.to send their dUpatehe 01 II widely purchaned and It was'
record their voice designed fur just such rases
LOBE: SAVES BOY ,fimMenf\ MMMM Johnson of course.making a lot of new. II yours, where people bevel BEEF LIVER lb. 39c<
reason to believe they
B* work longer hours, more days and awei
Dillon, CoL Finding him- count on Improved Income 1nthe
tell alone In the Rockies. In a Plenty of more people than most of his predecessorstabBoiigti years ahead at the same
mowstorm, a 14-year-old boy Any one of the caller emerging;from a eon limos that they want the full I
put his Boy Scout training to I ertooa with the President can-and sometime program at once. If the period
work. Martin Koether, Jr. mad I bed of boughs on the "cover" the WhIte House oo an occasional bull now stay then load 1 Is :a year or PORK STEAK lb. 39c
On Stop Means mow and covered hlmmlf with most at tile working; day. In the habit of working; r fivedayweek two you might do It through a
Complete Service others and settled down to sleep ,they now find they most work Saturday, a*wen and be premium loan using the grow-
In the 20-degret cold. The next Tillable at their bums telephone on Sunday tog reels value to reduce the
DIAL 627.7151 ,morning; he WM found by all-\ ) One reason for this I* Johnson's flrmly-entnochei habit of net cash payment and repaying
night searchers as he hikedthrough eafflnf a peer oonfereno on the spur of the moment; at o d1I0W'11 the loan as soon as the better Georgia Graded
QUINCY the 10-Inch( snow that of the day and with alarming frequency on a 8atmdIIy.'nIe income becomes available, '
fell overnight 'He. apologisedfor Saturday gambit -extremity effective, a* h* has found -
causing trouble.VOTE Th big Sunday newspaper*carry every word b*say and smelly Getting rich quickly\ often FRYERS
twice,one In new stories and then the full text of his remark turns.out to_be the wont ,way.l I 'i" : : i.
So for what It'* worth, Johnson I* getting his hams In in.papers ; ,
and on the air ao frequently that In the few abort months 1:. c
MAYS II,'* been In the White,House, bee succeeded In becoming a INSECTICIDESSOIL .(*; .' a CUT UP
F President of whom the publlo I*extremely conscious. :. .
e e e e FUMIGANTS .
for iw.'t
..
OONB BUT NOT' FOEOOTTCW-Th Saute Investigation ,
R Into the affair of Bobby Baker,Its get-rich-qutck fanner majority WEED KILLERS .
t i J. HEAL ncretary. to ended, but in th* mind of most Washington oh.servers : 29lb.0l,59
If*far from over. Th*majority of reporter and politically lb.
FAIRCLOTHSHERIFF acute official confidently expect that th* specter of tilt SOUTHERNCHEMICAL _
Baker caudal will rive again a* this fair campaigning
,
;gets wader way. baler
.> Republican scoatcr and other OOP politician .
ar bIdIng their Urn BOW, bat la month ahead *"/><"" Fresh
ther*'* going to .. a lot of accusations about Net Dead
thing the Senate Rates Oommltte didn't do, Sales&Service
Chief among;them of conns I* the refusal of Ute eommittes' OXTAILS
OF GADSDEN Democratl*majority to call Whit Bouse official Walter Jenkins Inc.
COUNTY to testify on accusations that b* arranged a kick-back sal* ofvdvertisinr
time on the Johnson1 Texa television station In
Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101
TOUR VOTE WILL return for permlttliig an Insurance salesman to make a bit commission .
BE APPRECIATED- on a sale of lire Insurant to tilt than Senate Majority QUINCY FLORIDA [ 00
Leader Joonsoo 4 $1

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5. 1964 BONUS WINNERS! Grad. "A" Medium

Mrs. Larler
GADSDEN COUNTY A. C. Hawkins
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babell Mac.

Doris Thompson

To vote for a perIOD WhOM name Li printed m the ballot mark a crou 00 In the tquar at the RIGHT oi \Ik* Dame of the person John A. Sylvester

Jar whom you dalr to vote. THIS WEEK'S

Slat Attorney Board of Public Instruction JACKPOTS100.00 Dos.
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States SenatorVote
(Vote for one) (Vote lot owl)

( for -.) LuxianneCOFFEE Martha WhIt.MEAL.

WILLIAM D. "..." HOPKINS NORMAN McNIILLAN

SPS5ARD L HOLLAND
SYLVAN STRICKLAND LAMAR MUNROt JR,

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Governor (Vote for on*)

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FRED HAYDON BUD BURNS DICIINSON HIGH LOUISE W. M. INMAN BLACKBURN FRED BOYD G. SHELTER ( PEANUT BUTTER 31 89cll I I



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FREDDUa I. IAR.L COUNTY Vienna Jitney Jungle!
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Clerk of the Circuit Court I d:29cll
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EDWIN BAURWAYNE
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Commissioner W. H. RDITBOC" Lettuce Head !16c Tomateoeib.l9c

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Florida Public Tax Collector

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PAtE.. YOUR CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA THUBSDAT. APRIL 1 3. 1964

Masonic Gadsden No. 30. RAM., vetopment. Investment, and ry's long-ring growth. A better
Lodge Chapter
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES
QUINCY
profit InoenUves that are needed solution 1* to reduce our
I TaLMar-Quin Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; l to expand the private economy -
and oontloutng present tax rites out total
TILE CHATTAHOOCHEC TRIBUN1 CALENDAR OF EVENTSA Social Security Representative, 9:30 a.m.. Courtroom, spending, and rely government on-
Published each Thursday at IS & Uadlaoa Street Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203 7:30 p.m. Scout It seems clear, then, that a the states. and local communl-
j A /."" H. ferry N.w.p.perESTABUSHED Community Service by the Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian effort to shift the benefits of ties! to provide necessary como
1901 any reduction In defense expenditures munlty public services
Qulncy florldsOn Gadsdra County Chamber of Commerce, 627.8516 Church. to an expansion of A further substantial tax reduction .
I __ .. 11..N. 5 Club, !non-defense projects is fundamentally la this decade could
e..d Pate Qv. Tuesday, May S- Canning Center, 8 ; Rotary
self-defeating Temporary do much more for the American
Year. UOO Two Yxtra MM Bli alontha IUD Calendar b based on Information reported by club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meeting, I gains for particular areas:economy than any alternative

.j. t.. Haahlnwa iaiiii I'tIbtt./uIr secretaries and program director as of the Friday preceding 8 p.m.; Lions Club, 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant 'and Individuals will be made only use of the funds released by
I at the of the coun-declines In defense
.. expense spending
DM Cartnaa Ade.r9l.is..sd N publication. ,
Wednesday, May 6- Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant --

Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m. Post Office: Exchange
Thursday, April 23- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida
' Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning
IDITOmi State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberts Si Center 8-5.

fD"ATIONAL, I A Ss c8T1tN Friday, April 24- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon

Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; Pilot
i'rt Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter The National OutlookBy

9-12 noon, Post Office.

Monday, April 27- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson ARMS AND George TUB naredora TAXPAYER pending Is reduced; and on the

Ball's Plain Talk House; Canning Center 8 5; Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Nothing U certain In the world need to that offset will itruotural accompany dislocations s-

Masonic Building; Social Security Representative of national, but the and odds Internationalaffairs teem to reduction In defense spendingThe
Plain talk by Undersecretary of Start George Ball 9:30: a.m.. Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop favor i gradual downtrend In most likely course of

at the recent United Nations Trade and Development 203, 7:30 p.m., Scout Hut, Girl Scout Troop 148, federal defense spending. TheAdministration's never events be 1s crystalllied that the Issue and will debated

Conference seems to have been what most delegates 4pm., First Presbyterian Church. I floral starting budget July for 1 calls the In clew-cut term There
were unprepared for, but welcomed Just the same. year than bil is always s collection of new
$1
I for cut of more
s
Ball told the gathering advanced Western countriesare Tuesday, April 28- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club lion In defense expendlturei pending proposals "wilting In
1 Jefferson House Blue (Masonic), 8pm.,I the wings" Fiscal limitation
willing to give economic help, but their real salvation p.m. ; Lodge Some analystat foresee further may dlncourage their enactmentat S
Masonic Professional Wom cuts of to $5 billion over
Business and up
lies In tightening their buckles and aiding themselves. Building; the next five years. present, but they could quietly "
en's Club, 7 p.m., KlttrelTs Restaurant II move on to the stage u
Mr. Ball said. Is Intricate
Economic development, an The prospect of a reductionIn shrinking defense expendituresmake
and difficult process. It has proved difficult for the Indus Wednesday April 29Navy Recruiter 10:30 a.m., Post defense spending nines a room for them If this

totalized countries who have achieved It In the past, and Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant; Exchange which number will of be questions.discussed The here one is should happen, the result will oo
be that, while defense
I. expenditures
achieving It will be difficult for the newer countries.Of Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House. III impact on the total federal are falling, total govern .AND FOR A FULL MEASURE
budget and through it, on the
course, some delegates didn't like such plain talk. m spending will either remain
.
Thursday, April 30Canning Center. 8 5; Florida tn burden.It .
constant or continue to OF CONVENIENCEADD
the In Mr. Ball'scomments.
But at least a few recognized good sense State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St; Political Is probable that the bulk of Increase, without the nation
Rally, sponsored by Jaycees. our citizens would elect to use ever' having made an explicit A KITCHEN TELEPHONECall
And the truth, In the long run, Is always the best any reduction in the defense decision In favor of this course
Call business office and order a low
Friday 1- Alcoholics and Al-anon budget as the bails of furthertax Whether or not the problemIs our
May Anonymous
policy. reduction. It Is clear, however posed directly, however, It f SgJB cost beautiful kitchen helper in your
Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; that a vocal and persistent Is certain to underly many discussions choice of colon today.
Canning Center, 8 5; Shrine Club, 7:30 p.m., Kit group will regard the reduction of our future economic
Alaskan EarthquakeFew trell's R.alauranJunior Woman's Club, 11 a.m., In the defense burdens growth. The nation can bear
sn opportunity to Initiate or whatever burden is necessary I
Woman's Club House Air Force Recruiter, 9 12
experiences strike more terror In the heart of ; expand government programs to finance defense or other essential .
noon Poet Office. In non-d fenlll are... They will expenditures for s limited -
One moment all Is tranquil The next, violence
man. baae their pleas on sn alleged period Nevertheless, In
deep In the earth sets In motion forces of destruction Monday, May 2- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; need for roads, schools, parks, the long run our economic I Quincy Telephone Co
which dwarf the greatest of manmade explosions. Canning Center, 8 5; American Legion, John W. and welfare programs, on illerects growth' and further Increase in ;; n.
that they can foresee for our living standards will depend -
So It was recently In Anchorage and in its sister Shaw, Post No. 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home; the economy If government on the technological de-i
cities of the Alaskan coast The disaster was heightenedby

the accident of Its timing -the peak of the city's rush .

hour.

We can be thankful for the relatively sparse population rlocJ /

of Alaska. Anchorage, the largest city In the slate,

Is a city of some 48,000. ( I udtnaddBy

One can only shudder at the thought of the effectsof WINAWORLD'S

such a disaster during the rush hour In some of our

largest dties. The Intensity of the earthquake in Alaskawas Hoick
recorded at 8.3 the Richter scale
on slightly During recent years mass
higher than that which cause such damage in San of Information has been accumulated -
Francisco In 1906, claiming about 500 lives. on the effect of newspaper

The tragedy would have been immeasurably worse advertising
the more significant
had the same earth movement occurred In the New findings Among has been the revelation MIR TRIP

York area, for example. that a good newspaper advertisement -
will b* needed regardless -
of the position of the
Wage IncreasesSome I sd la the newspaper, or the position
of the sd on s partloulsr
delegates at the recent United Automobile !page.
Workers' convention sat on their hands when President This come .. s surprise to .
retailers who ask for a special
Johnson appealed for protection of the public interest putltlon! In the Mwspsper. The
through restraint In wage-price demands.The attitude Is understandable. because & $5,000 IN CAP
well known that
it 1*
coolness of these delegates does not detract time has s great deal to do with
I from the economic sanity of Johnson's message. He effectiveness when elscWoNlmerits : c .

pointed out that both labor and management have a, variation Is used la because type of of sudlenc the-
great
responsibility In avoiding a wage-price spiral which a* programs change. .
would nullify benefits of the tax cut and reduce exports. Not so with newspapers. I
I UAW President Walter Reuther has already served Research haa shown that position -
this he will has UtU or nothing to
notice that In contract negotiations summer
do with readership of newspaper
demand a package Increase of 4.9 per cent advirtlslng. Th content of
The President's Council of Economic Advisers hoe the advertlaement Nash deter-

I set 3.2 per cent as the national guidepost for wage Increases mine sdenhtpU
ad offers real valueto
Ito an a
this related the Increase in
being pro
the reader, b* will see tt. U*
\ ductivity. cans the entire publication forth
A new inflationary threat to our economy is real, specific purpose of finding
\ and Is In It. The (union material which serve his selfinterest. -
Johnson right imposing public If b* U a potential
members included) should make the effort to understand consumer of a product he 1*
what Is at stake here and act In the best interests of almost certain to see and studyan
ad related to the product.
the country. Ironically, research has shownIf
a preferred position really
Cameras And CourtsThe silsts In newspaper advertisingthe
position la next to the retailers
competitor
Jack Ruby trial focused attention once more on Sine the newspaper reader Alt WOR101 FAIR DtSICNS SUBJECT TO 1963 NEW YORK WORLDS FAIR 19M-196J CORPORATION

a bizarre and long-brewlng side battle between two old I* a shopper be may prefer to
professions law and journalism.The have clustered competitive together advertising Beallxlng, LOOK FOR THE CAPS WITH

controversy was pushed to the front stage by this many large grocers or department Coke Coke THE COCA-COW TOWER. Coke Coke
Judge Joe Browns decree allowing cameras into the Storespissred on having

courtroom, procedure left to the discretion of the bench in competitive their advertising near to ENTER THE COCA-COLA BOTTLERS'SEETHEFAIK
Texas.

Judge Brown ordered the cameras to be shut off

after the verdict was reached. However, they continued BIBLE VERSEThere

to grind giving millions of viewers defense attorney Melvin -I
Belll's Instantaneous dramatics. "' si eec glory ..fhe CONTEST
sun sad another Gory of the
Whether news media men or Judge Brown Is at atari for ODe stir dlffrrrlh I
fault matters little in light of the overall problem of freer enother star In glory."
whether to grant television and radio commentators he 1. Where la this verse found

same privileges enjoyed by newspapermen.The S.I. In Who what spoke ceremony these words are they? 10 THIRD PRIZES: 100 FOURTH PRIZES:

growth of television has spotlighted the dilemma often heard 3 200OTHER

faced by Judges. If you preserve the decorum of the 4. T* whom wr they address KODAK MOVIE OUTFITS- KODAK

court by banning cameras and their noise, then you are td1Auw.n
I* Bible Verse SECONDPRIZES FUN SAVER CAMERAS & INSTAMATIC
segment of the
in one sense, discriminating against one 1. 1 Corinthians 15: 41.

I news gathering nevertheless.profession perhaps. necessarily but discriminating 5.I. The Paul funeral service. : BROWNIE 8mm PROJECTORS OUTFITSThe VALUABLE

4. T* the Church of CbrlntA. FAMILY PRIZES!
The Kodak irownl Fun Saver The Kodak Instamatle 100 lead
TRIPS Is s compact easy W use torn .. ..,.;;.9... httanttif and sutomatleslly' with
LBJ Not 'In'The Elliott Roosevelt candidateDemocratic earner with f/U colorcorrected new 1M KOOAPAK cartridge.
tar national committeeman. 10 THE FAIR! flaed-focus"heat Th Brownie ,, Take color sIMtt, color InIpothotI
t popular Impression among many today is that of apace .age say funds Florida might share be PLUS KODAK I Projector! Is compact, Rght.sIHhrasdlni ,Mack*whit*.Me thmtdrg. @
Is shoo-In In the November
President B. Johnson
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eopardUcd If the state toes weight and Mtuni "",,",110 focusing.Nothing to set
election. Judging from the results ol the popular opinion Republican IB 1M4 a* It has CAMERAS" and flU tan*. I""'iSan alasvncl /.

\ polls, this Is the prospect .tn tit* past. three preaidaoUallertlons.
But It must be remembered that the election is more
t than six months distant. Images and attitudes can change, MITTOT nus Iomort, e. S. Law CownOM ..* sow
_
-wg w set wrpw to sea t .
In that ol time. .. e..Nt S. -.. .airsi If rwe Ittt.
I and be changed considerably length things -saiar. fiM ...e ..wtnri sew .. e. o.Na.i If III ...... O5b w ...
Also, it 1s normal lor a new President to enjoy a high LISTEN WOMEN! goCQIce i so tMi.i... ..>-mniHUITN7 iwas : 'semis.. cc We.1s.w.: ': = -:
level of popularity In the beginning. H. has not yet ..II coffin SOX M a..4roun/saasow.wp..a s M wINe
b
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between ...ass.. a. team mpsasM.a*,s, w cast is s..
down choose
been forced to turn people, or two u KM w jm ma. MtM ml to ruM
I WIth ..... AM I, IK .* seam bM s. seem ......It a em.M, sew .d wsa
blame House
for White
actions, or take the policy duringa ;
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fu- : ...-.,.
Women, protect JOUr I l";.., ... as..ar r err seas eta M ss
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seas./en
session.In .. .n si.Sd ifr" ,.w _
congressional I tare by ceiling meyearEquitable ... ester .... -- ... r ..-a- t ww.sw iI eo w.
President Johnson's case it should also be remembered rspMsemUtlve. eM1 l_ ... .. a W-M sows&cs::'=..seast.:..:..sera-=
that he has not yet been subjected) to attack on find out how Living laser ftflYI \ =NL1 ai ,N.w, ear -

the basis ol geographical prejudice. The republican nominees SAC not eaI1 pwvMes prwteetka. pwr/j \ \. ls..t ear wora grit r.s rat so, liner sera' C.aa
have not yet been named and neither party convention a caps All eases vs s..n.rw
but aIM providestrowing 4f s..traeM
.. .. ........ e- 5.sir Owl.s.r.awed
has been held and the conventions stir the fund for ..merelll ,."- T n. .:t> H* ..4. '
4 femw se Ni Mr* err as B. L sear Cw :r.r.o.o.::M hM
voters' imagination.It retirement, ehlldreo'aedseatioss ..*- M sr.v..e.t Msl. vser.ssa .*..!.,ate Ct. siam Ml aw.
Is agreed everywhere that Johnson Is and has eta Ask sheet Coke seMssss.-. __ It seat. .Misr ...
And he could not tat ..'Y Ml Ie ....... .
politician. ..
been a capable yet get special nta/er we***) --
.sissap aa. .... ... ____.. -= ................-.....
Democratic The .
bid for the nomination. working or .
In I960 In his -aI.1ed or not .. 04..wd. --- .ew.e a .i a-
question remains, then whether he will convey a winning ot.oa poltcie ef 110,000 (....... ami.i am*' .....
television Image In the 1964 campaign.The : aDd.Po Th Equitable UfsAssurance S. asset CIMIII.HI t4 ma:.*.sew ih.i us a.stn "'""
oar
ef the .s -,......."..
odds are on his side. Certainly if he malntalnlanythlnq I Society .a.a e eta -
s1 M ee.aw OsAS tuts
like a sixty per cent rating. In the pop ulaaltY United States. .....

polls, he will be sale. The key mlght be In watching UK FRED B. HODGES. JR.
popularity polls and the major factor affecting then Phone IZ7-730S tortuo.UKOU AUTHOMTT Of we COCA cou counm it QUINCY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY. Qulncy. Florida

will probably be the choice of the Republican nomine* P..CX Boat 13

and the C.O.P. convention and the campaign tits Qu wt. Florid
nominee makes. Including his television campakm. .

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OADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL ... 1M4 PAGE rmt
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GARDENINGIN I fertilizer per gallon of water Rhodus Hill tenily i Milk DODD ON CUBA
set in study toll and The next course at the Academy Tuesday April 36Barbecued I
a like amount of low nitrogenand Coming In LIFEHappy i Pork Senator Thomas J. Dodd D.,
Florida first state-wide
FLORIDABy high potash fertilizer for [ Will! I Is Graduate Of training facility for law enforcement French Fried Potatoes Conn.) has asked "open and In* i..
plants set In much or peat soils Birthday, officers, will open May 'Sliced Tomatoes creasing assistance" to Cuban
Herrer Sharpe, Editor, I Her Is a Up on bow to makes Police School IT and will cover basic law enforcement Cheese Slice freedom fighter. In I prepared
raised lower bed around the Cherry Cobler
Florid Agricultural Extension base of speech Dodd predicted thatIn
a tree without possible I Buns
Ssrvlc Rhodus Neil Hill area supervisor The Academy was established the not too distant future
damage to
April shower may mike Mayflower I Construct the an tree.Inner and an 0i for the Slate Game AFresh recently' by the Florida Sheriffs Wednesday Hamburger April Steaks 20- Cuba "will be the acme of an.
\ssoclatlon .
But don't push and offer a wid.rln.e other revolt against Cenunun
your outer masonry wall to contain Water Fish Commissionof of Rice/Gravy
luck with this iponUneout generation the bed Build the Inner wall Tallahatwe. and formerly of 'round basl course, on a year String Beans lit bestiality" II* Milled that
theory. It may be ill close to the circumference of \ quince. uu graduated April Cl>bsM Apple Celery when the pent-up wrath of the
wet the tree allowing ample apace 1" from the new Florida Law Salad Cuban people explode, our action .
Rather than trust rain alone, for tree growth The distance v Oe Enforcement Academy after Lunchroom Cake with Strawberry Icing or Inaction may make the '
try planting lower seeds.1 between walls and the heightof completing the first cots of- BiscuitsM11k difference between dory or
Prompt action now will put the wall depend on the tile Iced to supervisory personnel MenusApril Butter defeat
fresh blossoms In the gardenby of the bed you desire, Me was one of 31 officers Inn Thursday, April SO _
the time the gay colon of dan which included 12 men Fried Chicken
spring begin to fade Dr. Blackwelder ft"m the Stele Game & Fresh 27 April 30 Irish Potato Salad
For thriftier plants that pro- \\..IPr Fish Communion, five Monday. April 27-- Buttered Freed Carrot ,
duce larger blossom, t I' ,m the Slate Beverage Department Cheese Meat loaf Pineapple Slice 7uto.9SGtole
ate the seeds In flats of It'Mnln.1(Urges Expectant two from the State Whipped Potaloes/Grsvy Bolls ButterMilk
ized soil. e Hoard of Conservation six city Steamed Cabbage
It U easy to cook the toll In'Mothers See MD 0o policemen and alx deputy sheriff Carrot Mix ----- 666
the oven. Merely heat a pan \ Fruit CupEnriched There 1s often a motive behind
full for one hour at 230 degree Bread Butter unexpected favors
'Many expectant mothers The were taught the latest
Be lure the soils/ moist when -----
you place It In the oven II wait too long before seeking supervisory' techniques from
Handling grievances to creating
steam heat If a sure killer of medical car and idvlce, sometimes Incentives
Instructors
toll disease with unfortunate re- from by !
the Florida Sheriff Bureau
If the cur of the kitchen reuse lulls," Dr. B. D. Blackwelderof and the Law Enforcement CREDIT REPORTSUnder
( the loan of her electric the Csdsden County Department Division of Florida Slate Unl-
!
appliance, then use the of Health said today .,_ ,
patio i the low .
governing the dlismlnotloa of credit Information the undersigned
grill. Chemical obtained al "Every woman who sue.peels
1h* garden supply center can thai' ihe may be pregnant at agent. Ia authorlied to Issue confidential reports glrlng among
be used to itehllM lOll, U healing should visit a doctor READY MIX other thing the name. addr..... age ol account and amount du* from
a pan of dirt become too promptly to obtain the benefits local debtors hi the following form.
hot a domestic luue. of modern medical guidance,"
The big reason for iterllli- Dr. Blackwelder said CONCRETECONCRETE Name Addres Nature el Amount

Ing seedbed soil .la to prevent The need for medical care Acct Due
damping off, according to Dr throughout pregnancy and following Gilbert R. Uhrom Quincy Ha. Not. S361S2
J. N. Joiner, Agricultural Experiment birth cannot be overemphasized Z Enrta C Naranpost Havana. Fla. Not. 297.34
Station horticulturist We all want I
Wilbur F. Sulphensen Tallahassee. Ha. Mds 14S.lt
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Damping off causes young healthy babies, and mother1 William Shskenpear would have been 400 years old this April
plant to rot at the toll level. health and peace of mind are ilrd.: a fact any schoolboy knowa. But,did you know that Shl. Ironlca C. Taymorl Greensboro Flo. Jtrrt. ft.sj
If you prefer to plant a flower essential.In spesre originally became a playwright because;*was caneiderwt Ingrid C. TUfrsU Tallahassee. Fla. Acct _. 68.11
teed bed outside prepare a what' way does a doctor Juit a actor! fly the time h* was he had become BLOCK The above data and other confidential information b* made available
amall area In one corner of the help the expectant mother during England: 'a leading dramati.t;, leaving na a legacy that Include may
garden In a well protected apot pregnancy Aa soon aa "Romeo and Jnhel"..." "Jlsrbelh" among the V>i by subscription a* privileged communication to aU business concern, professional
This .U a good Idea, because pregnancy U determined by a sonnets and 45 plsys be %taT four eenttu-les later, men. bank. loan companies and other doing a credit business)
aeedllng will have a better simple test, the doctor gives an scholars are still debating whether er nut Shakepe actually and entitled to receive tarn. Actual names not used abov*.
chine to survive attack by expectant mother a careful wrote thew muterpiaw.
birds, Matching sessions by physical examination to check In eejehration ef the BaId' 1drtbd", tb. April lift Issue flf Oakland Concrtt
doc and cat and trampling by her general condition. lie answers LIFE will devote a special section to Shskwpesr FeaUred will Products I POWERS SERVICE Inc.
roving band of young copi-n- questions she may hive be 10 page of color painting of the world of hi' time plus an Company
robber about pregnancy and birth and aces) on "Hsmlet"and shut the play holds for modern ,man and Allen Bosttck end 202 S. Slat St. Chicago 4. m.AMtRICA'S .

Prior to planting, work the every step 1* taken to ensure a sn absorbing; roundup *f U>* argumeuU abont too really wrote John Thomeoah OLDEST AND LARGEST FLAT RATE CREDIT SERVICE
soil until U I* loose and friable, rewarding pregnancy and birth. Shakaspear*play.
add a sprinkling of garden fertilizer The mother-to-be is given Instructions MAta TIOM Builna* and professional men will b* given full Information upon request

to the surface and then on diet, exercise
mix the plant food Into the top rest, bathing and clothing. Any .
four inches of the aoU Water lean she may hive can be ----- ------- -- ---- -----
the area well, rake It smooth talked over and explained Usually
and then lOW the seed In shallow there need be little If

trenches that are about any 'dhbJ time In hercustomary -. ITS HERE! ITS HEREI THE SALE oi SALES you hove been waiting ,
twice the diameter of the aeed 1 B I k == ANNUAL FOUNDER'S DAY SALE. _
In depth. During the first 6 months e : for. II". BIUHUDSON'S .
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--- Th al. talk about from to and this U -
our
There are a score or more ihe will probably be asked to ; everyone year year
annual. that can be seeded now. visit the doctor only one a :: 76th one to celebrate. We have shopped the world for ouslandlng : _

One I la the ageratum. Varieties month. This enable him to _- value which we mlqht pose on to you. our Mends, who have made :.
of this low growing border keep check on her general condition '
Hudson the success of our great company possible. -
plant produce blue, lavender- blood pressure, pulse _
pink, golden yellow and creamy and weight, as well s* do appropriate COME SEEI COME SAVE! AS NEVER BEFORE -__
white bloasomi. laboratory tests '
Cetosla, either the cockscomb The doctor also Crete possible
or feather type, will give a brilliant discomfort such aa constipation
show of color during the or morning alckness He
hot months ahead Colorwiseyou tells her what to witch out for
can choose fiery red or and answers any questions that
golden yellow. may be puzzling her The doctor
For tall, lanky background Is also trained and willing totalk 4I
lower, try the four-foot cosmot. over any emotional problems
They make good cut flowers or worries that may arise FDUNDR'SDAYS
and produce pink, white, Later on, the doctor llstena to'
crimson and rose colored blossom the unborn baby's heartbeat and ,
*. follows the growth progress.In .,
If you like to garden In the the final month the doctor''
shade dm'Ing the hot days, plan may want to see the expectant I
sultanas also known as 1mpau mother more often, perhaps'
>nl.Othf4'. once a week.H I
annuals to plant now !' tells her bow to prepare \
Include marlgolda, dwarf salvia for her visit to the hospital,
or scarlet sage, wishbone flower .'what to expect there, and what I
., roM moM linn...., four..- the birth will be like. He also
clock, petunia, moonflower ant arranges with the hospital so
periwinkle. 'that everything will be ready
; When transplanting annual for "her when abe arrive- i .:1.1I6r.w
be sure to teed them a liquid With early and continuous/
diet. University of Florida specialist medical ear and advice the,
say settle the root of big day should be a more com
the newly set plant with a pint testable and happy one for
of fertilizer-rich water. Addtwo mother father and baby, i
tablespoons of aa M- I

Night Driving


SEPTIC Requires Extra

Skill and CautionNight

TANKS

driving calls for that
"something extra" both In ear 1
handling akiU and In observance
INSTALLEDFOR of safety precautions 4
The warning comes from the
Association of Casualty and
Surety Companies which says
SALE that the death rat In fatal soIdents
per million miles driven
i Is bout three times greater at
night than during daylight
hours. '-
Don't bet your life against NYLONHOSIERY
these stotistlca by ailing to be _
extra careful sight, the ACSC _
advises Driving mistakes made LIGHT
In daylight do DOt invariably
lead to accidents nor do errors -
msde agar darti but at night, '' BULBS
there I I. mar chant of serious

6276851EARL III,.", 37c pr. \

Della Air Lin** flaws record lOc
i IIMMOOO revenue passenger ea.

LODGE ,miles last month, a U per rent
increase over the total reached
i In March of 1M3.SCNKX .
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ON THI OVIt lIGHTS MU.

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,w ..-.a I deed he wink ys b 111.iM -
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will .. ... .. ..... .., ... ,... ." .. ..,...... SATURDAY MAY 2We're
........ 7ka. ri w...,&4 try ... ........ .. ... Seer Sucker Material _____ Yd. 88c
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tABle .11 OADSDPr COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA THTJRSDAT, APRIL 23. tent I


: Music Club To I


WOMEN'S PAGE Meet TuesdayThe .

Qulnoy Music Club will
meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening Y f
1 41 April 28 at the home of1'
1 Person boring Item of social nature art urged to call Mrs. W F. Lester."Natlonaliam \ :
EDWIN
Mae May & Richardson at MAin 7-8503 In Music will 9

... -. ........... ,...... This be the will theme conclude of the the program series, .M

of program on the theme:

Miss Marian Temple MunroeIs Miss KittrellIs Music: Throughout the World,"
based on the Text by Marian 1 BAUR
HonoreeAt Cotton and Adelaide Bradburn. i
Bride of Wilson Hinson Jr. Election of officer will be
Coke held and all member are urgedto
Miss Marian Temple Munroe Party attend.' The board meeting ,
6 I II daughter of Mri. Mark Welch Miss Ids Sue Kittrell. bride at 730: will precede the pro- SAYS
Munroe Jr. and the UU Mr rose and valley lilies. Miss elect of May was the Inspiration g ram. I
Munroe of Quincy became the Elizabeth Mldgley of Bennettvllle *-
I bride of Edward Wllaon HI* S. C. and Miss Ginger for a delightful Coca-Cola Bridge Club Meets
tx son Jr., Quincy Saturday Shanks presided at this Uble party Sunday afternoon when I TA
I I ; night, April 18 at seven thirty The brlde'i table, In Fellowship Miss Linda Cook, Delorei Perry With Mrs. Williams
o'clock In Centenary Methodist Hall was covered by a and Janice Flournoy entertained Mrs. Pierce Williams enter-
Church. The bridegroom la the whine linen cutwork cloth lace for her In Die private Ulned her fourth Wednesday
trimmed. On one end war the
Mri. Edward
of Mr. and
eon Wilson Hlnaon Sr. of Qulncy three tiered cake decorated dining room at KittreU's ResUurant 3 cabin bridge club and another I

The Impreaatve double ring with small nosegsys of bride's Mixed spring flower Wednesday club with al time I should be lob you elected me to do.
ceremony was performed against roeei. A ruffle of net surrounded were at points of Interest luncheon at her home this week.Ii :.tlnI'y seeking your If I am unable to see you
a background of candle light ,' the be... On the other end Centering the table was an Mixed spring flower with Iris,:I support In my bid for re before the election, I warm

flowers and Ivy. The Rev. E. delabrum was I five decorated branched with silver brides can-'epergne of yellow porn pours roses and lilies predominating| election at your Clerk of the ly ask you to consider my
Nub Phllpot officiated. T of sandwiches Circuit Court However, the and the ,
and rays and cookie were at point of Interest in I past service import
roses snapdragons. Silver'
The choir loft was centeredby compote of nuts and mint In and compotes of nut andtndnti the living and dining rooms spring term of Circuit Court ance of having one with ex
a maw arrangement of were also on the Uble. Fruit and greenery were In the I' Is la progress, requiring my .
wedding ring design alsoon rr'l1lnl'U
white gladioli, stock and chry- the table. Mri. Carl were Rude, Fifteen of the bonor..'. classmates family and TV rooms. j attendance. For this reason, your vote
lanthemume. Huge container aunt of the bride and Mrs. John enjoyed this nice party. Following lunch three I am spending much of my on May 5th so that I may
of English ivy attached to floor Ashley cut the cake. Hostesses presented the bride grailon of bridge were pro-, campaigning time In court continue as your Clerk of
standard of burning white The refreshment table which elect china in her chosen pat- joyed. n'l i and in the office doing the the Circuit Court."

tapers were placed on either was overlaid with a handsome wm. Winners of high low and I
tide. The Improvised altar war
white linen embroidered cloth bingo received novelties for I

.1 Mrs. Edward Wilson Hin on. Jr. Centering draped with the white altar was satin a cloth.brass was centned holding a by mixed a bisque arrangement epergne After Rehearsal prize -KEEP

Cross flanked by aeven branched
of roses and white ver Club In
Duplicate
Dinner
candelabra holding lighted
Party
Go bena. On one end the
was silver
Wedding PartyAt Quincyites white tapers. The bate of the Championship GameThe
service and on the other
Cross wu accented with an arrangement end the punch bowL silver Here Friday Quincy Duplicate Bridge
LuncheonEntertaining To 'YWA Meet of Ivy In a brave EDWIN BAURYOUR
of Club held
trays chicken salad sandwiches the club championship I
container. The pulpit held twin Mr. and Mra. Ned UnIOn entertained
with I luncheon Mri. Bill Crouch and Mrs and cake were also on with beautiful din game at the Garden Center
of white gladioli, I
arrangements
at the Jefferson House Saturday M. E. Craig accompanied I stock and chrysanthemums.. the te bl.. Pouring coffee were ner party Friday evening at the Saturday. Winning the sliver .
Mra. Roderick K. Shaw of Tal gobldt were Mrs. Pauline
were Mr. and Mrs Cart group of seven girls to t State Family pews were marked lahassee and Mra. Harold Sawano Club following the Cogglns and Col. Dexter Lowery
nude Mr and MM. Lane Tim- YWA Conference which wu with loops of white satin\ ribbon ley Bennett Mldg wedding reheanal of their son who first I
vlU., S. C. Mrs Wilson Hinson and Miss Tee were Mrs. Genvea CLERK of CIRCUIT COURTPaid
and
English Ivy.
mom and Mr. Dick Bailey, held on the campus at Stetson Thed Fralelgh of Madison, the Munroe. Sangaree and W. V. Jackson,
the weddlnf University,'Deland They were Mr*. Randal Rich Klncald, or- ,roool'. aunts. I second, Mri. Eileen Wright and
-
Guests party
were Paula Walker, Patti Sue Craig ganlst played traditional wedding Punch A color scheme of pink snd Martin Waldron, third and
and out of town visitors her Carol Crouch Mary Jean Myn- music and accompanied ,Cantey was served by Mrs white was used la the part 1 Mrs. Mamie Johnson and Dr.
for the wedding of their niece, ard Marcia Jalllet Brenda the vocal soloist, Mlaa Carol Woodward Hlgdon and Miss Mn.Elizabeth rooms. The lovely and unusualdecorations Ned Love fourth. ( Political Adv.)
Mill Tee Munroe and Wilson Thomas and Carol Marsh. ,Boyter of Tallahaaiee who sang, ,Games. Robert were arranged by ------------ --- -- --- ---
Minion, which was an event of '"I Love Thee" "Through The Mrs. Jeff Davis and Miss Sara
Saturday evening at Centenary Years" and the "Wedding Prayer. The mantel In this room was May Love. On the mantel were
Coffee Planned To
Methodist Church. Centering ." banked with bugs Amaryli ille two candelabra and a massive
the main table wan a compoteof Honor Mrs. Kelly The bride who was given In le la shads of pink entwined arrangement of pink and white!
and while flowers with fern which covered the spring flowers. Each table was
yellow Mri. Scott Kelly of Lakeland marriage by her brother, Mark
with daisies and verbena I wall above the mantel. Graceful centered with I cherub holding TRIED
pre whose husband li I candidate W. Munroe III of St. James, i
dominating. Mixed spring flowers for Governor will be entertained New York, was lovely In a gown emerald fern were In the a lighted taper around which
carrying out the color with a coffee Saturday of white dehntered! satin designed background, on the stage. A were sweetheart rotes and
scheme were on the other three morning, April 25 at the whit baaque bodice small circular table covered by white verbena.On I I
tables also. Quincy Woman'a Club from square neckline and elbow ,a Battenburi lace cloth MIl In the punch table were gar-
II
The refreshment table wan 10:30 to 12 o'clock. Hostesse length sleeves. The bell skirt !.be middle and held the memory lands of greenery and on the
centered by a macs arrangement are Mri Thomas Smith and was fashioned with a paneled candle. Fern and flowenlarland.d tablet from which the guests I
i ,of similar flowers with Iris and Mri. Edward Fletcher of front. The back skirt formed this Uble. were lerved, silver candelabrawere
glade predominating. Greeniboro. soft pleats which fell into a Floor hostesses were Mrs. L. entwined with spring TESTED
Thlrty-alx gueaU enjoyed this All ladles In the area are Invited Cathedral length train. The L. Willis, Mrs. R. D. Woodward flowers la shade of pink
delightful buffet luncheon_ to attend. front bodice was overlaid with Jr., Mr*.. Lanier Richardson During the. evening, music
------ re-embroidered Alencon lace Mrs. E. D. Davis, Mrs by Tommy Smith, Tommy
which moulded the square W. H. Fort Mr*. Anthony J. Howell and Walter Dover, was
neckline forming epaulettes over ,Wheat, Mrs. J. C. Hinson, Mrs enjoyed.
Store Your Furs & Woolens
the shoulder and edging the Thed Fralelgh, Mrs Carl Rude, Guests on this occasion were
11_... Thle was lavishly hand Mr*. Lane Tunmons, Mrs. For- members of the wedding party,
With beaded with tiny cryitals and 1 relit Taylor, Mr*. Pat Hlgdon. out of town guests and relatives
teed pearls. The skirt panel was M rs. George Bat**, Mrs. Harold of the bride and (room. s PROVED
MORROWLITTLE accented with appliques of the Mtdglet" Mrs. George Muwey, ,
lame lea and basting Mr*. Florene Patton, Mr. T. R. ,
In Her four tiered veil of sheer- Smith, Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Church WomenIn ,M v
attached Mrs. O. P. Wood, Mrs. Solomon
eat bridal illualon was -
FORT KNOX to an heirloom baby cap of Owens, Mi T. WM Griffin, General Meet
Mr*. J. B. lilgdon 855say
handmade Baittenberg+ late Each I have tried
which had belonged to her M Love, Mrs. J. M. Griffin, Following the prayer group I year to
I father. Seed pearla embroidered M r.. W. E. Woodward, Mrs which was led by Mrs. Cecil I ,
l. M. Taylor, Mrs Ken Markham Price In the absence of Mra.
the forming tiny make
cap ICa1i i service to the
Allene my
Mrs. Cantey, the Women
\ lopa at the hairline.Her Peter Miller, Mrs, of i
bouquet was of whit.bouar'ny 'M. B. Sates Mre. J. P. Rowan I the First Presbyterian Church a
[ rows and white lilac Mr. Lester Gatlin and Mrs. held their general meeting' in __ county taxpayers better.
Fellowship
Arthur HU
accented wltlt medallions identical Maoon. Monday at 4
1\\ p.m. Mra. Lanier
l lr 'to thoae oa her dress Girl assisting In serving! Richardson :
it were Mile Barbara Ann had charge of the program and
Her ornament Morrow -
only was I

tingle which strand had been of heirloom worn by pearls the Mary, Miss Katharine Lame Harmon GMlln, Mis MIA opened"Perfected with Lov I ."devotional on j This Is My Record -

groom's mother and maternal Deborah Gardner, Miss Fraser The Rev. Timothy Elder paa-
grandmother for their wedding Munroe Mill Beth Suber Mlai tor of Newbyterlan Philadelphia Pres- JFROM
i These were I gift from th. Mary Martha Massey, Miss Kay Church sang a hymn' I
groom.The. Barest, Miss Virginia Markham "I Greet Thee Who My Sure I
bride's slater, Mrs. ,tihathy Fralelgh, Miss =:mer Art" The words of i THE LAST STATE AUDIT DATED JUNE 11. 1963
Frank R. Nlcholl of Mllford Ana and Mia* Cath were written by John
Conn., served as Matron of''erine Morrow. Calvin In 1543. He then made All collection oi record were accounted] lor.
Honor. Mill Jan. Curry of Rice bags wt distribute a challenging and an Inspira' Records were well kept.

I Quincy was maid of honor. Taylor oy Ruth and Manning and Carol tional talk on -Worship." I Occupational license and tangible property texas appeared to har.
MIA Martha Rarineau and Mlai Mary Elisabeth MeJnUun **. Prealdent Mrs. Bob' been diligently collected.Annual .
Mary Middleton, Quincy, Miss Davidson, made several Important
Mary Beth Uankln, MarUnna, Background music was softly announcement crier which-I report of receipt, expenses and nt Income were promptly
and Mill Jane Ann Tuten of Played by Mrs. Huston Roger Mr*. W, a Fort, secretary, took filed and correct
and
Bristol Ga. served u brides John Mrs. James Lambert. the roll call which showed II A balanc.d cashbook wa kept

maids. the weddlnl.Allen BlltdI direst id good attendance. Circle 3 of Record were accurate and conveniently filed.
Junior bridemulds were the which Mrs C. R.
Shaw Jr. la
Out 01 town Tax roll were properly closed.
bride's oousln Mlaa Mary Temple guests were rand chairman served refreshments
We give a special kind of car to your winter Rude and the bride's young land,Mr Mr.*. Robert Taylor. Lake during the social hour. Total amount collected In thl audit period sans $2.247419.41
est sister Mir Ellen Munroe, and Mri. Lee Ray
thing. First, we get them thoroughly! rash and both of Qulncy. Munroe Macon Ga. Frank D OUR OFFICE RULE IS THE GOLDEN RULE TO ONE AND ALL

clean with our Sanltone drycleanlng proc.... The attendants wore Identical Bailey Mre. Chattahood, Mr. wd Mlas Susan Treadway Tallahassee I
dresses of soft aqua aUk lash Thomu Hokum, Lake.. Mr. and Mrs. Rust,
Next, we check every Item, replace mining toned on Empire line. The land Mr. and Mra.. lfarold Bowen, ThomaavUle, Ga, Miss

buttons, make minor repairs. modified skirt was a graceful Midgley hits EUrabebb Mid g- Annie B. MchUnnon, Jacksonville REELECTCLINTON
floor lanth, accented wh a It'YI 81t1A.tl.lvt11.. S. C.. Mr. Mr. and Mra. RoderickK.
Then wt store them,..out of your w.,...tad, self drape which ceacaded ana Mra. Thed Fnlelgh MI p Shaw, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W,
dual-tree and mothproof. from the shoulders. They wore Jr 8.lty Joni Fr aI.I,1I, Th* Foals I. E. Woodward Dr. and Mrs.
matching slippers and d DON'and Edward Fralelgh. M r. Fred Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Julian
.
length white> gloves. They carried f.on.M Aahlq Frablgh, Mad_ Proctor, Mia Sarah Proctor
Identical bouquet' of Trop- Mr. and Mrs. Palm er Judge and Mr. Ben Wl ills,
WE OFFER cane "..". Proctor Gainesville ChIp Pa, Miss Jan Daniel. Miss Christie
felt.
The groom's brother, Angus James Clearwater, Mr and htr. Bell, Tony Amos and Gordon
Thomas Hlnaon of Qulncy served Malone. MODI/lomery MacDonald TalUhaseee' and U.Comdr. .
The Finest Refrigerated as beet man. Uahera were All., Me and loin. Lee AI.well'CaJvll'J. and Mrs. Kenneth Martin
John Hlnaon and Ales Minion Wayne aa.. Dr and Mra' Tucson, Arts BASSETT
cousin of the groom, Don Nun- Mr. and lI.nvnon. Lak. City' When the couple left on their
roe, brother of the bride, Allan Mr. Mr'and wedding trip the bride was
Mu-s.
STORAGE VAULTFOR Boetick, Jr, Quincy, Hlb Dolt bridge. aa.Paul Ingram Bal I- wearing I maute suit of nubby
Warwick Jr.. of Valdosta, Ca, Mr and Mn. Ray linen texture. Her accecsorlei
Julian Proctor, Jr, of Tallahsuee Munroe Howard Tall.ha..ee, Mir Miry were whit patent and her corsage COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
and Tbomaa Root, Jr. Boo Shelter Mr. and Mra was of white..*.
I of Tampa. E11Jnor. navana, Sroti When Mr. and Mrs. Hlnsoa
I The brlde'i mother wore a my. Mlis Madeltae return they will be M home Paid Political AdvertUementBUILDINGREPAIRING
FURS and WOOLENSIn floor length dress of gladiolichiffon. honey, charlton i mat 72S Park Avenue, Tallab aa-
I
The front bodice was Garcia Sandy OalahriX and w.
.
fashioned on lines --- --- ----- --------- --- - -- --
I empire ,
The Entire Big Bend forming a soft dupe which cascaded
I to the floor. Her slippers
i were of matching hue. She
wore elbow length gloves. Herflowers REMODELINGWELL
AAA RATED VAULT
I were a waist corsage I
of green cymbidlum orchids
The groom's mother wore II
COMPLETELY INSURED ".full length lender sheath 01''
deep pink chiffon. Over this, DRILLING
,was a floor length chiffon cape I
i attached to a narrow band of
embroidered cotton lace which
I hung from the shoulders. With
this she wore matching shoes
and pink kid gloves. Her corsage COMPLETELY FINISHED HOMES
war of eyrabldluoi orchids
In shades of pink.The .
brides paternal grandmother
Mrs.. Lee R. Munroe
wore a soft pawl turquoise
I
floor length chiffon gown. The COMPLETE FINANCING
bodice formed a soft back
,drape from the wa.... Her
shoulder corsage was a lavender

FOR TOUR GUMENTf I lacceeaorlea, cymbidium were orchid.of matching Her

tones. NO DOWN PAYMENTCALL
| The bride's mother entertained
with a reception to Fellowship -
I Hall following the wedding -


.= ...- 'i I greeted Munroe. aUterof ceremony.and by the Mrs.Mrs.bride.Cueete Robert George were Taylor. W. COLLECT DAY OR NIGHT 627-7876


I Twin arrangements el Trop-

sip 1|W Icana ont roses reflected and matching In the rant-ever-

mOl"'OW I hanging mirror, highlighted the AL BURNS
IN eaner3 'mantel In the parlor.
| The table OQ which the
MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREET ,bride book was kept war covered
CORNER by aa Imported embroidered 609 NORTH NINTH STREET QUINCY, FLORIDA

QUINCY. FLORIDA linen cloth and was ceatered I 1

::1, with aa arrangement ef,, I

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. QUTNCY FLORIDA, THURSDAYTRTL 23 19M PAGE SBVCT
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Luncheon FridayFor r First Baptist I $100 gift In memorial of Mrs. Mrs. Reddick HostessAt Bridge Club Meets
Neade Love, a charter member
Miss and several times presidentof Tally Club Meeting With Mrs. Brooks I

Munroe W.M.S. Meetings WOMEN'S PAGE the club.Volunteering. Mrs. Billiard Reddlck entertained Mrs. Douglass Brooks was

M.... R. D. Woodward Jr.. The following circles of First for delegate to the Tally Bridge Club hostess to her Tuesday a ter-

i her mother Mn. Pat Munroe, I Baptist W.M.S. reported meetings the County Federation at Glenn with a delightful luncheon Wednesday noon bridge club this week.
Utica and rote from her ,
Julia April 28 were Mrs. Henry gar
Monday, 20. Theprogram
'Mri. Lee R. Munroe and M... April at her home. Colorful den were at Interest point. I
from Royal Service Persona boring Item of social nature are urged to call Faulk, Mrs. Albert Flake
:Robert Taylor of Lakeland en. entitled "Baptist Emerge Into Mr*. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 and Mr*. Fred Klbllka. spring flowers were effectively Winner of high and bingo I
'tertalned with a bridesmaids Modern History" was presented Following the pledge of allegiance arranged In the party rooms. Mrs Mercer Bishop and Mrs !
luncheon Friday at the home of In all circles.\ to the flag, Mr*. G. E. Mrs. George Bate was high Jo Suber, were awarded noreltie -
the former In honor of Mlm Ida Holloway, Mrs. Frank I I Boring was Introduced as being score winner. *. I
Whittle, chairman met' with' Woman's In charge of Fine Arts program Guest playing wtttt this three At conclusion of three pro. :
Tee Munroe whose marriage to Mrs T. J. Lambert. After Callto Quincy She made an Interesting and table club were Mrs M. B fremlom the hostess Mired aaattractive I '
Wilson Hlnson was an event of Prayer by Mrs A. U Mayo, Inspiring talk on "Character" Bates and Mrs. Phil McMullen. salad plate. I
;!Saturday evening April 18 the business session was conducted ::1 Club Meeting using material gleaned from I

Beautiful arrangement of by the chairman. Mrs other source and personal experience STAG PARTY
.i Thursday night at the Minion
G. O. Barnett was In charge of Held FridayThe .
;gorgeous roses from the Wood- Wllwm Hlnson whose marriage house at Lake Talquln. A
'ward garden were In the entrance the program Eight members Qulncy Woman' Club Airs. W. M. Robinson, Jr. to Mina Tee Munroe was teak (upper wa enjoyed by
were Mrs. T. P. Peacock
present. -
talked on her travels with her an event of Saturday
; hall. Roses and azaleas will be hostess for the met Friday at U a m. with Mrs.J night, was the aronm" -be. friends and
Col. Robinson which
husband honored by his father
Mr. Ned
Fisher Williams Mr. John C Hlneon, uncle of
;highlighted the living room and May meeting. presiding '
the members some won. Hlnson, with
gave a stag party the
on
tun porch. Grice McBride Circle met The devotional was given by derful glimpse into the heart,' ---groom.-- --
The table at which the bride with Mrs. T. V. Smith and had Mrs. Maxwell Strom the subJect customs, etc. of other countries.
I I'l '
"
elect and her attendant were 11 members present. Call to being, "Inner Resource This WM an Informative and Vote for and Elect
seated had for a centerpiece, a Prayer by Mrs. Joseph Suber Mrs. R. 1L Strickland, ton" highly entertaining discourse
:tiered compote of white Amer. was followed with business ses- urer gave her report which which was well received.
:ican Beauty roses with a feath- slon by Mrs. Roy McClendon MI followed by report from Following the program lunch WAYNE R. HANNA
Jered dove perched on the lower chairman May meeting will Mrs. M D. Walker, Youth Conservation was served. Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell .
; tier. From this, white satin be In the home of Mr*. Joseph Mrs. Clinton Baswtt ws* chairman of the hoa-
(streamer extended to each Suber ; HOUM Chairman Mr. John teas committee. EXPERIENCED IN ACCOUNTINGAS
Cannon, Junior Club Sponsor,
'guest* place and terminated Marjorie Jones Circle Mr* Beautiful arrangement of'
Jin a corsage to be worn at the F. J. Belts, chairman, met with ; !Mrs. Fred Klbllka American I roam and mixed spring flowers GADSDEN COUNTY'S
rehearsal party that night at Mrs. Amelia Paachel. There Homes, Mr. Lanler Richardson, which were created by van
12 publicity, courtesy, Mr. Maxwell -
the Sawano Country Club. The were member present. Call bus people for the Spring
,bride -be Will Mated In a to Prayer by Mrs. A. J. Phillipswas Strom. ,Flower Show at the Garden Clerk of Circuit Court
{chair draped with white satin. followed with program byMrs In the absence of Way and ,Center, were lined at points of
Poised on one side over her D. R. Oarsey The meeting Means chairman Miss Sac.11ay interest. |
shoulder was a feathered dove In May will be with Mrs.F. Love, a report wa* given ----------
;land a permanent bridal bouquet J. Belts. ,by Mrs John Cannon, who presented I BIRTH I
a recommendation from
Card marking the places\ of Mrs. Jack RichardsonIs t- the board that each member lit!'. and Mrs. Jamie R. Au-
the 20 guests were of bridal pay $1.00 for lunches next yearn man announce the birth of a
{design.: Bridge Hostess kF addition to their due and six pound eleven ounce boy
Mint Munroe presented her Mrs. Jack Richardson was that the member continue catering 'born April 6th at the Gadxlenl
:Attendant* gloves to be worn hostess to the Tuesday morning for the luncheon This County Hospital lie his been
'In the wedding She gave the duplicate bridge club this week. was adopted by the group. I named Lamar Munro The Au-'i
lorganlst and Colorful spring flower were In man have two other children,!
vocal soloists I perJsonal Historian Mr*. Albert Flak
gift* also.Luncheon the party room Open face said that she I* reading the Kay who: ten and Sarah Stuart 1
who I eight Grandparents1are
9 sandwiches, tiny sausage and
I I complete history of the club -
Guests bl.culta, dips, cookie and coffee which has bern In existence asa Mr. and Airs. Ben R. Boa,
tick and the Maternal Great-,
and Coca Cola were served.
JAt Faulk Home Prizes awarded were novelties. and Woman's. activities Club for to BO the years history Grandmother, Mr*. A. S. Mun-l I r
Tielng for first and second 1'08. I
Mrs. W. M. Robinson, Ii
_
Mrs Henry Faulk has ai were Mr*. Fred L May and Min Vera Mercer Jr I
reported on the library
'luncheon guests Monday, Mrs. ,Mrs. W. D. Bell a guest and work, saying that shelve would Birth Announcement I
Bam Allen of Texarkana, Ark., I Mrs. Albert Kohnke and Mrs. Mercer Greensboro, announce the and
and Mr. and Mrs Carlton be addod and that gift and : Mr. Mrs Melvin Alney,
Mrs.
Anne Wells with Henry Faulk. of their daughter Vera, to the Rev. S, Jack memorials had been received announce the birth of a ten
whom engagement
shes visiting In Talla- Mr, Maurice Owen and Mrs.
'
Jhassee of New toward this but that more money pound two ounce daughter on'
of Mri. Jewell Yelvlngton Smyrna
and Mrs. Jewie Wilson, Henry Weinberg, Jr. won third Yelvington. son March 31. She has been
Mrallahasaee. was needed to buy the nAll\.1
: : ___ ___________place. Beach and the late John Albert Yelvington. Mill Mercer shelve. She brought a recommendation ed Sue Ann. They have .. Hanna Is family active memberof
-
- -- -- a man on
U employed a lecretary to the God den County Judge that the library be other children, Diane, a ,..r.,
H. Y. Reynold Mr. Yelvington attended Baylor University put on a paying bssla, with the ,Jeff Ilk and Andy 1. the Greensboro Baptist Church; President

Waco, Texas, and U a graduate of Florida State amount per family, person eta Grandparent are Mr and I of The Gadsden County Baptist Brotherhood
be Mr*. C. H. Abney and Mr and
stipulated at later date.
a
University. He U the pastor of the Flat Creek BapU.tChurch This I recommendation ws Mr*. J. L Bullock of Association; a Klwanlan and a successful

Greeniboro. Wedding plan are being made adopted. businessman. He was born and reared near

for June 5 at the Flat Creek Baptist Church. No local Mrs. R. Klnratd, Fin Art Card of QUlnr"1 Gr.tna; 1952 graduate of Quincy High
and relative
Invitations are being lent but all friends chairman reminded the group The Gadsrten County
SPRINGSPECIALS of the couple are invited to attend. Photo by Martin. of the laM In a aerie of three American Red OOM wishes to School and now a resident of Greensboro
concert would be an eventof express Its sincere thanks to''
Ing space, and the church was April 10 at the club. the people who so generously! YOUR SUPPORT IS SOLICITED AND WILL

Episcopal foresighted enough ( t v e n Mrs. R. F. Godard, a charter responded to their plea for assistance BE HIGHLY APPRECIATEDPaid
member of the club, was named to the A. W Wad family
It not aware of the
though was
as an honorary member. whose home was completely 1 Political Adr
Church Notes ordinance until after the contracts Mrs. O. E. Boring reported a destroyed by fire last week.
were already let for con ___ ___--- ,rJ'

from St. Paul's 'struetlonto acquire Mifflrlent \'

Having heard of this situation property to be able to do M
from an official of the City of They were not provident

: fromWestinghouse the Qulncy New and Philadelphia from an official Presbyterian of enough approximately however two, to have thousand the THE DCPntDABLES:SUCCESS CARS OFtttAmazfaf \""

Church I top preachinglong dollar It will cost in band
enough to meddle again. so they are logically enough
bargaining (or time in which
Sometime It seem to me a.
; 1 though a part of my life 1* a to comply. Imagine what the
kind of running fight with the enforcement of this absurditywould
alarmed for all have meant to the new ,
I city, but I am .
First Baptist Church 200 I
arbHtraryland I' .
the churches at the M,0aell
parking space on a single paved
handed requirement
; 19 INCH PORTABLE for paved high off-Mreet parking befog area! No !less than a full
I Imposed this flourishing city block would have had to l..ar
upon
. but small congregation be acquired, rared, surfaced and
lined off lu..he use of that
I Presumably the lime requirement
will be visited upon any congregation one day a week.
"Instant On"TELEVISION Now 1 see a lath In this law'
church undertaking ww con
I w'It I II directed toward
etruotlon within the cHy. Th .
tool e commercial establishments
ordinance demand that one
that operate six day a
paved off-street parking spacebe
week, but the loglo break down
provided for every four seatIng -
i ii ,when applied against tile
! rcomodaiUon In this case
It will require some fifty park- churches, whose patron generally bow Ettfe It coUftopntiroof
utilise them at time when
other parking fadlltle are not
KNOWLEDGETjnW In use anyway. Imagine the
Centenary Methodist Church,
with eighty spews available on
Sunday in the Qulncy Slats

S Bank lot, being required, r
t part of the price for a new construction Y
i Y7 permit, to provide at
its _expense about a hundred
and fifty paved off-street
parking still*. If* sll so ridiculous
,ene ll
I I had just a* well stop
writing about It, so let me closely
saying that I hop the public /
hearing which le scheduled to
deal with this matter will be
: well attended and that an Irate
: citizenry will deIII.1Idbe repeal .
t WAS $179.95 b
[ I w or revision of this petty
head
and unhappy legation We oyer Jour
have just Initiated a modest
f Ii Now Only program of property Improvement
\+ grooocCoq In law, Ugovernment. and I certainly hope that

;- tiG In admfnlilraflofi this oonn't put u* la the position Aardsgt e panels aw le..Mf. Ibbb.trrel sesssq site sow-N Mt* nk...sl s4
and In knowledge of Florid. where the above ordinance lie M ear See star set I SOT ....** Cart saw as M Mf Misdeed die .... And Dart
$159.95 hold promise for a svcceisM will be applied gilnat M -wtw pea.Me Mp1 III!M....jw ass Mae Isr ss mmmMs sow k)ss...I.,.Inm
next This would be the best .**sad *Mllitt M ... SUMM (411*M SpOOns|M| lie CT baleDodge I
tenure a* anoiney generaL"BRADENTON of disincentives to pariah\ development. Ira see SOTS SUV**Mss*M MMlO Si M AMjMif .... ITS M bop*** *

) arks I DM I Osrt. ...... In Mn*. 11M I sMk 1IERAWLhM1 ***.,asti stai,w.*p*. tal M k.s* .*.. **< hs* MI si Ml ssc. pat 2JK212I
ANSWERS TO PASTY LINES

SUBER & JOHNSON a HedUy, Mich. The local
telephone company bas worked
out a system to dlaoourat ..

and Country Shopping Cent.r" el. long-winded caller After LESTER MOTORS INC.
'Your Town
five minute e dial tone warns ,
! the ..1.... Two minute later

:: 2121 W. Jefferson Street 627.7631 the automatic break de the' lee eonnertlmi.automatically WEST JEFFERSON STREET Qulney. Florid I

QUINCY. FLORIDA for every complaint against the

I 101M 14s.wins... system there are three pr**> erg TMC KM Wow.- -lY. CHCCft Moue UK4 UlTMa.The .

1 stan of approval. 1
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PACK- KkOHT GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL n, 1984

'One Man's Way'Is I ''Bob A. Geiger


FACTS ABOUT STROKE Leaf Feature PROCLAMATIONState I Finishes CourseBob

A. Geiger has successfully
Starting SundayProducer of Florida Executive Department MP completed a special course on
Frank Ross achlev- Frlgldalr Appliance Service at
I ed a powerful blend of reality Tailcoat*. the General Motors Training
STRO and dramatics In casting Don Center In Jacksonville, accordIng .
ARE NOT HOPELESS! to James Stewart, Stewart
Murray II Norman Vincent WHEREAS, We Insurance represent the bat of '
Young', Quincy. lie
returned
Peal It "One Man'i Way, opnlng -
j LIVING U.S STROKE > Sunday at the Leaf Th.. financial security planning for more familial than any 'to work In the aervlce depart
"' VICTIMS EXCEED THE itre through United other form of thrift of savings, and ment on April 17th
lei :,. Mr. Geiger li one of the first
OF
COMBINED POPULATIONS Author of II Artl1'1 WHEREAS, life Insurance and it* allied coverag Inbl.. area to have attended
ALASKA NEVADA,WYOMING, sellers Including 1'1 are constantly changing In order to meet the ever- the new ultra modern CM:

4 SO.DAKOTA AND VERMONT of Positive Thinking, changing 100101 and economic structure, a* wall at school tenalv Ills course Included In.
training
Vincent Peale la one on the Frigid
+ greatest orators In or out thoi! change In the family's own situation, and sire Frostproof refrigerator and
MANY ?
the pulpit on the contemporary up-to-the minute service tech.
' OF THGESTIMATED '' acene On Sundays he occupies WHEREAS, lift Insurance continues to contribute nlques. Clauroom work it
x '' the pulpit at New York' to the growth of our country and our state through implemented by actual shoo
Marbl. Collegiate Church, hU the InTestment ol policyholder dollars In all segments experience under the direction
2000,000 spiritual base of operation for of the while call for benefit of skilled Frlgldalr Instructors
awaiting
economy pay.went
"
WE PACK ." over three decadea. Well over "Stewart Young enrolled Mr.
and
,
AT WORK 4,000 people crowd the edifice Geiger at the General Motor
to hear him apeak. Televisionand Training Center aa a part or
a
WHEREAS of life Insurance is
radio bring his voice to more knowledge A continuing Program to maintain .
mllllona more nationally Increasingly Important In properly planning family N the quality of lu appliance
t "One Man Way" dramatizes financial security, and service" at 'I highest possible
hU experience aa the MO of a level, Mr. Stewart Mid
small town preacher a crime WHEREAS all persons both as policyholder and
reporter on a major dally Journal at beneficiaries desire to learn more about life insurance II New York City Is A Heavy Drinker! I Petty honors appeal to small

and later a highly controversial that is, what It does, how it operates, and steel cranium.
minister-author. The New York nips 1,160,000,000 Butt-welded galvanised -:
I ..d d film: include a total of 18 minutes I WHEREAS, the Florida Association of Liie Underwriters gallons of water every day! pip 1* the natural product for
II'II'' of "eale aermoni spread I That' water It'* enough waterto such tremendously Important Floor
through three different ae* Is cooperating In a program to inform the give every American a bath Jobs.According. to the Committeeof Covering
quencei. To capture the spirit public of the many and broad aspects of life insurance; I tonight, make every person in Steel Pip Producers, galvanized
of the man in the pulpit and I the world a cup of eo'mor- steel pipe will outlast the Including rormlci
out proved a major dating NOW, THEREFORE 1, Farris Bryant, by virtueof 'row morning,' and till have service life of any building. Its
DEATH IN U2)) DUE TO STROKE headache for producer Rosa until the authority vested in me as Governor of the Stateof 'enough left over to float the S.S. tine coating keeps water pure, inlaid linoleum rabbet

the he part.signed Don Murray for Florida, do hereby proclaim April 20 25, 1964, as I United Where State doe.New York put all while against giving corrosion.sure This protection is a vital tort corkCounter

1500,000 ', Hits water! Some of It splashes factor when pip U Installed behind
Murr., versatility Is rare LIFE INSURANCE EDUCATION WEEKin through fountains, like the one walls, under floor and in Top
In Hollywood H* has been a non-acceasibl place The
LEASES l Of abov*. Much nor'of it courses other
dancer, a successful writer and Florida, and urge all citizens to avail themselvesof through arteries of galvanized I men who build New York's skyscraper Work
I 375,000 producer cf TV and theatrical this to learn about their life Insurance New cloud- I *like steel pipe,too.With
pEA1 rtf ATTACK 2 0E aim, a opportunity more steel pip in York'
critically applauded actor all its great strength, it can be
,S. CANCER in Broadwayi legitimate and what it can do for them, especially making tickling building Steel pip goIng easily threaded, welded and cou
STROK! theater, TV and film Fib divergent this the occasion to see that it is so arranged as to up, down and aldtwlIIln askyscraper's pled. Result: faster, lest costly AH TTP.S
talent did not necessarily be of utmost value to the beneficiaries.IN "plumbing wall"brings installation for builder; ) lower
in water for lot of
qualify him to portray a rent for tenant Expert Installation
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT STROKE Dr. Peale on the screen, but WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my different job. It carries away Each of us uses about 150 gallons
:waste, I I. used for Tent line that And don'tevell
Murray has actually deliveredmore of water dilly we
ASK WR HEART ASSOCIATION hand and caused the Great Seal of the Stat.
sermons and occupied keep pressure equalised through think about it. We take it
mor pulpit than many MO of Florida to be affixed c Tallahassee, the I the entire water-lln system, and for granted that butt-welded SHE( R-BUTCH
phyt ministers! II* devoted Capital this 18th day of February A. D., 1961 drain roof water down through steel pipe win bring u* all the ..
'. several year to work broad I I Inside gutter into storm sewers water we need,wherever we are, .k"", .Ag5ldQUWa \
In refugee camp run by the /sFonts Bryant underground. I whenever we need It II ;'fLOOOA<
n United Nation with aid from Gov.rnorMrs.
the World Council of Churches,
FASHIONS FOR MEN
National Catholic Welfsr Coun- 1
exalt cU, the Congregational Church POLICE GET PIRATE MAP Los Angeles The latest
vsle and other group including A. M. Yates Elisabeth N. J. Police refashions for men are bright,
Church of the ,
Brethren of calved a crudely drawn map in, bold plaid and checks made
which Don 1* a member. Succumbs Here ., REELECT
the mall with direction leadIng
"Im not a lay preacher he out of the new stretch fabric
says, but I have delivered to a big "X" denoting ths Clothe will pull in to fit sunken
on sermons Mr. Bertha Yale, 61, of place of the treasure. DetectiveGeorge chest and stretch to accommodate
occasion In
church and many other my denomInations own Quincy passed away at her W, Devanney followedthe paunches. Other
w have been home April 18.Born map and discovered a 35 fashion notes are stretch shirt
to invite me to generousenough speak in Alabama, Mr*. Yates horsepower outboard motor. He of cotton and nylon, aelf-belted I
at their services, too." was a member of the Southalde believes the note wa sent by slacks and washable shoes Everything OiflO! w. EDWARDS
Murray cell that the 18 minute Baptist Chapel in Quincy. some Uei. conscience-stricken Juven- if cut slim and trim I
of sermonizing in "One funeral services were conducted I
Man' Way" provide some of at I o'clock Thursday RECLUSE HAD FORTUNE HITCHHIKER ARRESTED
the production most powerful afternoon, April 18 in the
Flint, Mich. Police found Columbia, Mo Returninghome
moment H* recall that "A outhsld Baptist Chapel with
Man Called 70-year-old Martin J. Nelson In his private car', Patrolman -
Peter" devoted the Rev. David Hall officiating
over
20 minutes dead in hi* old car parked in George Grazier saw a SHERIFF
to in
pulpit addresses Interment followed the Ho-
by Peter Marshall a church lot. Neighbor thought cold, wet man standing on the
Butlerorgsn
and that ford Cemetery with the -
the retired lighthouse keeper highway H the a
picture gave man
was a bnxofflc Funeral Horn In chargeof '
In the Peal film the success penniless, but, a bank listed ride, then realized his passenger -
srranfcment
.
ere not sermons '' his fortune a* $100,000 in cash was wearing prison clothes,
line Rather Independent of plot Survivor Include her bur and government bonda How h.oblaln.d and arrested him The fugitive
the dramatic atory.they help progress band, A. M. Yates of Quincy; his wealth remain amystery. had escaped from a near-by OF GADSDEN COUNTYON
two tons, Council and Eldon .
farm. '
Yates, both of Quincy, three .! .. prison -- -- -
daughters, Mrs W. M. Creamer -
FACTS ABOUT I STROKE 1 1r Tallahassee, Mrs C. I.. ElectWILLIAM MAY 5THMy
lover, Qulncy, and Mill Jim-
mle yalta, Orlando; two broth-
I ere, MOil Hagglna and J. H. < <> pry desire Is
RA"cAN A. to serve
( r WORK s{ you on my past
afglni, both of Orlando; and '
.WlTHOUTQXyfiiN on. sister, Mrs. Lovle Nichols, J 1 "BUI"SUMMERFORD record as your Sheriff.

Ij BROUGHT BY THE WOOD Orlando '
'
II j IN STROKE BLOOD. JOHNSON PUSIIES RIGHTS 1 I sincerely appreciate your past confidence

SUPPLyiSOJTBXfORMORlMFOWATION- President Johnson, speaking' TAX COLLECTOR in me. and I am again sincerely ask
before an audience of businessmen ing for vote and
ARTERIAL BLOCKAGE recently, said emancipation t F GADSDEN COUNTY you your support on May
i C Clotting may be a proclamation but It I* 5th.
LUk1'I1 not a fact and he wants bustessmen -I 1 Yaor
Pledge Round
I E:: : making to it provide a fact. He leadershipn assured ; Service and Courtesy to THANK YOU.

9 OR he group that "w* are going all the People oi Gad
I to pass the civil rights bill" now den County"
ARTERIAL RUPTURE I embroiled in heavy Senate de Oiho V! EdwardsPaid
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It'i ready for you now, at our Apy $w th4
teiill Drug Store look over ? ANCaBOj'pjy6)
the Hit, chick Items you
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on the wall I want to Itt an
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when MOIItruI!, Canada, pe- I
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DRUG mippiur' truck, they
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STEWART YOUNG

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COUNTY TIMES QUINCY. FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL ... 1M4 PAGE NO

Winning the Battle

I r LOOKING. '>njanliln Mr Nellan genius concluded of the: Th free

,' AHEAD onlerprlM system has combined
t the talents of free-thlnglnc
'l tr Dr G;*.,.I P.MM rlenUaU and engineer with
fNl It e.asos_.- the rlik-UUng boldnea of cap
IWCA. i.ooas ullit and manager who freely
-- I compel In the market to
provide the goods and services
tae Individual free to spend
SO GREAT A CAUSE
I heir Income a* they chooae.
Edwin P. Nellan president of his tripartite freedom of
g t bought, of and ofoonaumer
( THE OPENING OF the Chamber of Commerce of enterprise:
I th* United that plain choice bat been the
talking, JIn', vtralghlhooting greatest fore In the modern
former Texas bunker world leading on to net Increaai -
) ) 1 e HomeOwnedPlenty i who went East and made good, !In the world'i wealth. And
brought to Freedom Forum lot li Increasing wealth fatter
I XXV Ala own veralon of the than the Increase! In population,
I UNDER / :battle against poverty. W ran ao Out free t>itcm can win the
NEWMANAGEMENT I be won all over the world Mr. battle against poverty all over
I Nellan laid, U> our tree tyitemla the 'world.
allowed to get' on ,,'11.1the 'Bualneu, government and
COLE
KIM f' Parking Space :job It U already ao well prepared abor can unit in this war wall
to undertake "The free reserving our cherished free
enterprise system has alwayi domi. For this It a war In
I been engaged In that historic which everybody can "be the
For Your I war In a manner becoming to a 'lotor and nobody need be the
FOOD STORE L"U"." IUlIC'r. It. U a competition in
I la iddrewlng hlmaclf to the which "* us* the art and
tank of defining the public'ed: science, the enlightenment of
ConvenienceGrade role In expanding *, Mr ucation, the ikllit gf tech.
A. D. WALL well known grocery man I Nellan recognized public spin I nology, and the energle of In.
,ion and free market aelectkma dividual workers, to make
has assumed the ownership and management the moat powerful k>, Iiwielded I thingi number bettor of the for ut all. If etch
by any people. But public under
of THE KING COLE FOOD STORE "A" Stewing ,knowledge and brainpower are. mandi and does hu or her shoe
In
'of Improving the operation of
Importance tint Our nation
h* laid, has area pocked our nterprla economy, there
on South Roberts Street and will open C i!by economic dtotrea which no la no limit to the expanaion of

, today serving you the finest In Quality HENS! Ib. 17 ,Umulatlon amount of will pump relieve priming, Thene or l h*Famous American-market.-

J :are the under-educated, and architect Morrl
Meats and Grocerlesl there li no appeal Croon the <*pldui will design the three
doom of decay upon UVM* who mlldlng complex which millouse
do not value the trained 1nt.1lect. h the national headquarters
of Quality Motels In Dayton
Ueaeit.
Tender Pig Spare Market FliM Poverty
Mr. Nellan noted the aim liar
,objective of a "war agalnat Among the mart serious phy
poverty" and the "expannlon of drat dclUk-ncloi" In ilroholk U
BiCON I market" II* then undertook the lack of sufficient vitamin

: 3'bs.' $100 RIBS !lb.49c I to publna examine*undentandlng.that tome would lIe,* In require A*aurhprogram to supply hoUo KehablUUUon, tiyi the-Florida Program Alco


tag problem., h* ald, th* pub- A total of J7
I porpolM have
lie II
capable of more than the
been
born
I at
Morn Morn tv/o-dlmenalunal thinking being WarlneUnd of
Frosty Frosty Florida
near St. Augustine
fed io it. But mlalnformatlon
and demagoguery Ire being alnc December 23, 1830.

uned about to the give tax fain Impression. The sea anemone, nk. thoe
picture, th
ao at
: for example, people eoncludethat at the Miami HeaqiMrtura, Inn t
i HAMS FRANKS the top of the UK bracket exactly the spswllsst ereatur
produce mont of th* revenue In the sea It usually require*
Yet that II billion from beach at leant an hour to travel 10 to
,its above BO per cent would. If 13 huheaThe ,
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released for Inveatmmt PI'OdIh
Jobi and moo federal revenue I beit way to earn a rttt
Ignorance about profit, heI.la to complete your work.
>*M, 1* both frightening and

Half or 3 9 C 3 12 OL $100 nave wldiapread not been ropl told that apparently the wag-

Whole Ib. Pkgs. eS are of a Invented major public capital benefit profit.
I
Th aver, the Inventor, the
rlak-ttker, leem to be the forgotten
I man In our lyntem," he
CVERIYTH WC FOR YOUR Fresh Ground laid. "Labor union leader tell

m i i i Tli i 11 h[TlTl I MINI i l i I' their Increaser member it* productivity that when a,firm th

b benefit ihould go ninilly, U
BEEF not entirely, Into wag hike
and fringe bene/IU, and thai
this will booethe economy by
Inorenilng the union mmbr"
__ purchatlng power,"

lb. All Should Khar .

______ I Il his If share the there'Investor no doein't lance n-
___ I llv* to InvfMt and no *xpanalonTh I
WE FEATURE ONLY TOP QUALITY MEATS! _____ I "* nnumr aim nedi to i

3 9 __ I hv productivity hli share of In the the form Inertialed ollower -

SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS I price Only better education .
\ and understanding. will .
1\permit our rltlnenry to Hall,
Mr Wellan *tld. that Mutt *i
we can lower team and g lit
HI C All Flavor
, 4 Penny more revenue, to we OlIn hok tow Orw end feniwf
the line tgalnnt ..MI..",
Lt2sge wagellnoreane
FAD
4 spsiol Awi.MM N
$ 00 and U11 gain eve'*
Boxy DRINKS 3 46 Os. $100 1 benefit, to mor people, by a U. I Attemeyner

Van Camp'sTUNA Cans DOG FOOD iwr Better fair undica dlvUlon ending of profit of tariff 2. ,.. ........!
No Boa and other reelrlctlon can ....Nlve vklll lenfc
alto become factor
a In marketixpantlon.
b* **I "TM etiortatghUd Cited he hie esd
4 Can 89c BLEACH 2 Quarto 2ge our view domeetlo I* ::..market protaotlnnfor and Impsc.II.esl.rlerey -

00 local Job will wtom.tlt.UNrw New feivlnfl M Qmbmu'
our **lf-lntr* t. But thin
Boma Pint Pal 12 Cant $1 ,"ll to Ignore the benefit o< .f MerU f ukll* UtllHIee'
world trad. Given then. thing C-IMI.
education and training, taj --
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MAYONNAISE 23c Cooking Oil V 99c reform, the reduced Incentive federal to Invest amending ...II.d '0 MASON

gout .*nt* to ai-hlev, J l.p.,11 (Inti .,."
unit cotta we can th'l tHct"'P,.,II."d"
Scott County McKenzie Turnip or Collard to expend our world mark
Wt can only do thai, at sour1f ,

I I tun w*market.become" buyeri In the --- .,.
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TEN aAb DIf COUNT rrnres. QUINCY, FLORIDA. THTJRSDAT, APRIL as ioei

HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS and Fecte" Studies are taught IDEALOGICAl EARTHQUAKE OUTBOARD MOTOR } All manager Mould be prae
with films, slide, food models SAFETY S "STIDNt RECREATION end
and food preparation demon. BABE Kt'TH TRYOUTS
itraUoni You will alto havi 0 NEWSBy Babe Ruth Baseball tryout
By Marjorie B. Grriorjr. time to ask questions and dla- will be held Monday, May 4 at
Home Demonstration Agent coos food problems with Mri tl < Dona James 7,30 p.m. at Corry Field.
Any young homemakers In- Camp MEN'S SLOW-FITCH PONY LEAGUE TRYOUTS
toreartcd In their chlldreni' SOFTBALL Game Schedule Pony League tryouts will be
health and food habits U askedto For The Wetkt ,held Thursday May 7 at 730
visit ont of the classes being Alvin Smith At April 23- Randy ... Mar p m. at Corry Field.
conducted every Tuesday mornIng icy Drum; April 27- N. F. JUNIOR LITTLE
9'30 to U:00 at Santa Clara .v-7wavPm7Drote A7LN M.VE bxpertmentali vi. Talquln Electric LEAGUE TRYOUTS
BaptM Church, sponsored by;Missile FiringArmy # or areal caee MD ''t1 M.ADMt>f Coop. April 28- Massey 1 Junior Little League tryouts
the Home Demonstration De- 7N.MO7DR DruKf vs, Joe Wedelei, Inc. for 8 and 9 year olds will be
partment. Tim classes! In- Specialist Five Alvin K. WOMEN'S SLOW-PITCIl held Friday, May 8 at Doyle
dud helps on feeding problems Smith, non of Mr, and Mr, SOFTBALL Conner Field.BASEBALL .
for children and uy mill Monroe Smith, Route 1, Quincy, All women interested In playIng REGISTRATION
planning and preparation for and other member of Battery H on Qulncy't Slow-Pitch AU player wishing to participate
mothers with young children. B of the MOd Artillery' Mh Softball Team should be at practice in our baseball program
Visit one of these claim be Missile battalion parttclp dIn this Friday night at B p.m. again this summer must be
log taught by Mn, Susan Camp, a one-week missile firing at Doyle Conner Field. The registered If you have played
' Slat Nutrition Specialist and practice at McGregor Guided team will compete In Tallahaa- last season, you allll must reregister -
'j make the Job of feeding your Missile Range, N. M., ending 1..1l..i, e r / _'. Slow-Pitch league aa In again this year, Rfglftratlon
family and children easier for April 12.Specialist. past yean cardi are available only
you. A nursery U provided for Smith' unit, armed ERwm'avrswI 7Ft! Dili07N&.w- BABE KUTIt MEETING It May Drug and City Hall
children at a small fee. You with the Nlke-IUrculee missile, 71wMwm+rc ss ? 7Ad a' WAyCk' >bV 'Mi4KI PONY LEAGUE and mull be returned to aam*.
do not hive to attend all 6 I I. responsible for Air Defense uyacsos. avir There will be a Pony League Deadline for signing ua U tryout .
claim but may go to any you In the Shreveport, La, area Babe Ruth organizational meetIng time of each program.
chooM.
I and U part of the nationwide Friday, May 1 8 p.m., aec-
Last week the class studied Army Air Defenae Command ond floor at City HaiL League The educated individual, who
"Eat to Live Better." This (ARADCOM), plant for the coming season ceases to study, soon becomes I
week"Grow they learned that children Regulary assigned to Buttery will be discussed and 1\UIde. uneducated.
Foods" Right With Right B In Stonewall, La., Smith enlaced i 3w ti
"Meal Next "k will be the Army In September E t t 1ev7Lprtp
Planning
Made Earl 1816.
followed by"Food Selection and lieu a 1852 graduate of Gadsden 1 1I
Buying "Princlpala of rood County High School. illswife
Preparation" 4wI Fue. +. m 1
and Food Fade Juanita, lives In Keltavllle n+ee MeeIAnr Q4erRFCtiss
La. ourdime s sty e'-4 7u4Mp Oev iosY 1em
Mason Music wN nat ire a arrtreRa
$109 MILLION' AID CUT
I COMPANY I President Johnson wa told to "Hi ctrtalnl)Impressed his ilrl-friend with his hot-shot drrrintTland (, I \I III'
14 E.
Waahmglon Street I expect Congress to cut at least
PIANOSORGANS $800 million to $1 billion from ''atl lac
I his $34 billion foreign-aid request '' Ir
Band Instrumentsand The warning came from [ YI
I Representative Otto E. P.. 1
Accessories! man, (D.,La,), chairman of the M
House. Foreign Aid Appropriation 1
Horn Ph. MA 7-6705 lubcommlttee. RepresentaUve .
Paannan, the chief Congreaslon.l
Opel Mo...Tars.. Wed. FrLi opponent of foreign
4 to < ,.m. AU Day Sat aid, annually make cola In the
PI'OI'am.
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Jimmy Dean, popular entertainer and television person- after bowling beer is a naturalAfter
ilityj pictured here with guest, gave a strong boost to .4 ,
the Florida Sweet Corn Industry on a recent show, His
producer sent out an appeal for corn for a husking bee you've bowled a came or two,or when you',..winding up
and 30 crates of the Florida product were delivered the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,k'l good to relax
not right for a husking bee but Just right for one of with fiends and compare score What better way to add to the
limmy'j charities -and the growers of the sweet corn sport and the sociableness than with a refreshing glass of beer
ecelved glowing appreciation for their, effort and tho However you take your fun-beer always makes a welcome
rdd by Mir fct OMVW Ci...,.hud juality of the, product. 4 addition to the parry.
I ) Your familiar glass of beer Is also a pleasurable reminder thee
r i we live in land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy
HIGHWIWtY.HKH fEW beer ind ale,if we ao desire,is just one,but an important one,of
those personal freedoms.

In Florida...beer lotS with fun,with relaxation

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Host ,
Evergreen Food Potting Soil Peat I' Standard brings the first
Cow and Sh..pManur.COMPLETE you newj I

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Chufas Cotton Velvet SorQhum.
Millet Kentucky Wonder 191 NAPPY eoAT- .* Blokes, i,
Peanuts Cow Peas ot North Arlington, H.J, en.
tartdna bar happy kid M PaV.MM .
I Amuacment Part,N.J.
The )'DUnI1IId,. met her gust
i-GARDEN SEED friend at the park and tram
d the looks ot things the pair
just kfcfead It oft to mwrkmnt
All Varieties Beans and Peas Cantaloupes
Carrots Sweet Corn Cucumb.rs Lettuce A1IVI AND CHANOUill .
g Soviet Premier Nlklta Khrtah.
Okra Pepper Pumpkin Radishes Rape char won a tired frown (top)
t Watermelon during hit resent tour of HanI -
Rutabaga Squash 2'
at
m ry. The picture lontmta :: .
I Green Seeds with an official Taaa photo : .
(bottom)Just nteued ht M....

lOW April The IT Russian, appear leader.to good TOm c- c :
QUINCY FEED MILLS ENC. health. A Twent report of his +4t' I
death which awpt the world I
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WM attributed to a JapUMMMwanao '

QUINCY DIAL MAIn 7-6267 FLORIDA I Mtphotn win _jnlauixliif.....uoe.ilnod il t7tl tlr S I I

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have proved to be a capable and successful \

farmer a business from which I am now retired. ;

I have recently passed the Florida State Insurance .

Ii Examination for General Lines Agent a4 ..

I am thankful that I enjoy) a warm and genuine 1

friendship with people from all walks of life.

, My experience in meeting people and serving the 4 Sv

public is beyond reproach.My 4 'A

public good will and sincere concern for my

fellow citizens is second to none.I It's an Important gasoline discovery! jr u>yi-

{ pledge to fulfill the duties of Tax Collector in a steps up octaDe performance.0 effectively that it atop. potrtMrUtinc

friendly and courteous manner all the time, election : knock better than my other antiknock compound. Methyl ipnstds
more evenry throughout tQ cylinders of your enrine, itand op under
I year or not extreme tempe'atune. And It's In Standard pq Dee (Crown and

I pledge to operate the Office of Tax Collector Crown Extra)...at no increase In m,,,,,, m, L

every working day, including Saturday afternoon. ."rittssy way that ( STANDARD !
Oor w ems as ............ 1M' CGI'
elected Tax Collector will be
If the Office of
I my a.se p...oue.ae saw.......e4 'we.t wa..ra W..asst wMri

only occupation.I .SLtayi......a--.. m. Aa..lealP. OIL I

Will Surely Thank You For Your Vole and Support on May 5.
H. SPEARS
Fla.PAGK
Agent Quincy
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COUNTY TIMER: QtTNCY FtOUDTHURSDAY_ 2S, 1M4 PAOE ELK EN

I to speculate on how far the i I'h a staggering surplus. findt 'I lanuw UPI The corporationnow companies are Joining hands In crop failures have doomed men The Florida Furniture Mart
trend of capitulation, If the accusation hard to envision huager, bu, emplov 1.300 worker and providing a mean of Increasing to starvation Hunger has often will stage Its 10th annual show
U warranted, could be .I a world problem to It very contributes mightily to our be world' food supply In been the final goal to violence August e 9 at the Fontaine-
THE carried by Moscow and Mill and rebellion Thus Florida and bleau Hotel, Miami Beach.
/real andery dangerousIt fclates economt'; the fee of the critical population
preserve the semblance of a Is gratifying under these But IMC: effort to meet theworld' ;aid'lb' helping provide the i
FARM Communist government Apparently explosion two of the. meet important The DeS Florida Legislatureat
circumstances to feel UUt FlorIda fertiliser and chemical
The Importance of the Canadian
It could pretty far element of plant food' the of the Peninsula
fo urging
along with a seeker of need are not confined to IU .
FRONT"BY it the Kremlin decided to follow other blessed reM to oowtributlng Florida operations An articleIn dlaeevery to a world of Inexorably providing a prime weapon In Motor Club the example of Yugoslaviawhich contracting farmland the struggle for abundance and I which ban horses and
In generous queatttir of the current Issue of the Reed.er' I Incalculable for
only by Increasing human
be security throughout the
continue to recognized other animals from Interstate
the mineral substances that Digest, which should be of the food yield par world
DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER a* a Communist country when combined with other element Interest to aU Floridians, tell acre can man hope to win the highways and the Sunshine
In spite of 1U Independencefrom can help keep the world's a dramatic story of how IMC race between soil fertility and
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREI dictation by MOKOW.There soil fertility In tep with Its fought a five year battle and human fertilityWhile
was no love lost between human fertility. pent millions of dollar to reclaim the recovery of phosphate TIMBER.
the USSR and Yugoslavia Since the turn of the century the ran store of potash from the beds of Florida .
note that come date have I In Stalin' time. But Khrushchev million of ton of Florida found In Canada, Jealously I* a surface operation, the potash Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber
teen reacting quickly to pressures effect. A labeling and control may have been Impressed phosphate have been shipped Guarded by Nature moat perverse deposit of Canada lie 3,000 Wisely
from cattlemen to reduce bill U expected to be Introducedat In recent yean by the success from our stale to enrich starving geology. which made the feet underground guarded by Contact Us Before You Selll!
the volume of U. S. meat import of development In the Yugoslav soils throughout the' globe task almost Insurmountable mich engineering obstacle as WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES I
*. the next session of the All economy But phosphate alone wont do; The finding of gigantic pot- 10 underground rivers, quick
Alabama, Iowa, Mississippi, bsma legislature. The Mississippi the Job, also needed are potash I'ash beds In Canada parked In sand water. saturated shale and Florida Forest Products
Inc.
and Kentucky are among those legislature I II consideringsuch The rift between Yugoslaviaand nitrogen and other element to i 450 mile subterranean sweep, limestone Experienced' mining ,
which hope to curtail consumption a bill The Kentucky House Moscow came about when provide balanced fertllbwr A lies the world greatest drpos- engineer who tint IIIrvC\ell
of imported meats within ,ha* passed one and sent it on Tito's country decided to go Its leader In the production of, It i of potash: enough to fern it In the problem Mid that the potash Call James L Stewart Quincy 8565494or
their border with law requiring to the Senate' own way to abandon the phosphate In Florida I* the International ill the earth's arable lands for was not recoverable Hut call or write
Identification of Imported I Whlth will be Interesting to tee rigid economic principle enforced Minerals & Chemical he next 800 year Thus Florida IMC decided to try and they sue P.
O. Box
neat and meat product publicity to be required by Stalin and operate Corporation with multiple and Canada, through the ceeded. 305. Tallahassee Fla.. Ph. 223-0669)
Various requirement art about Import will cause retailers more or lest under the free enterprise plant and headquarters In the ,flort of IMC and a few other From the dawn of dvlllntlon'
specified labeling of package and processor to thy system. You'll recall
and container, signs at away from handling them, and that only recently Khrushchev,
meat counter and in restaurant whether consumer will pass under pressure to rescue his
Import Information In all them up If they are offered. falling agricultural system, told
type of advertising his farm managers not to be REPORT OF THE The Following
The low law already I* In If you have been following afraid to adopt torn of the
development in the widening capitalist methods I Firms and Individuals
rift between Peking and Moscow TIME magazine recently reported -
TERMITES you are aware that PremIer on the outstanding success -
Khrushchev I* being castl bring scored by one Yugoslav Were Successful BiddersOn
SWARMING? gated by the Chinese ere a ".... business venture the
clulonlrt" Sljem Agricultural Industrial 20TH ANNUALWEST This Prize Beef
That's about the dirtiest label Corporation It reads like a
one Communist can bang on story of any of our own successful ,, ( Denotes
Figure Number of Cattle Bought)
1i" another. It means the accuse American business enterprises. I
Is I deserting the rigid party I
Frosty Morn __ .. 79
line. In other word, he' softening The Sljeroe firm operate -
toward the capitalist advocacy four farms with 20.000 head of Cold Merit. JaclMonrUU _-__-__. S4
caD of free enterprise and cattle, 100,000 pigs, two million Wlnn DM __. __ 42
the profit system poultry and ponds of trout FLORIDA LIVESTOCK
Peking would have Khrushchev and carp. It employ 3,500 people Sunnyland Packing Co. n..- Go. _____ 39
thrown out because, as baa four food factories, 60 Swift & Co- Moultrie. Ca. _________ 25
Mao-Tie-Tung are H, hs'i Food store,' eight restaurants Fletcher Company Greensboro ..______ 4
for Me s.h.N r.ar bs.e "capitulating" to the WestAt and a hotel. In addition it operates Benion WhoUsale Geneva. Ala. ______ 3Wlnn
this point it Is interesting a fleet of 190 trucks and ASSOCIATION
makes Its own can and labels I Dixie. Montgomery. Ala. ______ 2Plant.
Its sale laat year topped 37 ... Exchange. Havana ______________ 2
E million dollars, up 14-fold in L L Allen. Qulncy _? J

eight"This year wa_possible TIME I AT CATTLE

notes, because, though all major The Following
Yugoslav industry 1* owned I
I LMAW. by the state, the state itself Purchased One SteerSuber
"
doe not run businesses Workers
councils, like board of directors '
hire manager and hold &Johnson Co. Tallahassee

them profitability.responsible for the firms': SHOW AND SALE Quick QuIncy Chek Stale Marlanna Bank. Quincy

Independent management, opening
within a framework of Fletcher Willis Imbr. Co-Greensboro
competitive free enterprise, enables -
the Yugoslav company to A TOTAL OF 271 CATTLE WERE SOLD HtrfClJla.Tampa Cigar Co.Tampa
perform as our own ao-called Quincy Telephone Co. Quincy
"capitalist" business I* conducted Virginia Carolina FertUUer
centrally-planned. That a far cry quota front pro-the BY EXHIBITORS AT THIS SHOW and SALE Woodbery-Detacey Tob.Co.Co.Havana

duction system under which the Quincy Livestock Co. Quincy
I Russian economy hat been attempting -
to operate McCrory'i. WCTV& Jitney Jungle,Tafahasu..
\ i The Sljeme manager, by the Wilson Toomer Fert Co
way, 1* what TIME call a "de
Havana Motor Co. Havana
i voted Communist" and that 1* {
why he got his job. But he i a' Dr. Fred Conrad Dallas Lambert ADen Stile*.
smart businessman, quick to I Jr.Tallahassee
outwit competitors and ready to It
adopt the modern techniques Radio Station WCNH QulneyIOA

and philosophy of capitalism. I Foodllner, MarlannaInman
' DOWNTOWN AREA Says be: There no such .
I thing as Communist business Johnson Co.Quincy
technique and capitalist business Flint River Mill, Havana
QUINCY FLORIDA technique The
only difference Havana
U, who gets the profits" Candella Tob. Greensboro
8:30 10 9:00 A. M. Ills firm pays taws to the government dykes Fin Food, QuIncy

SATURDAY. APRIL 25m worker,council TIME decide note, but whether the Brown'Men Wear.Maples Concrete Co,

[, earning are to be paid out & Capttol Plymouth Inc.TaUaha***.
ro IML..M to worker, or reinvested In the 1 Pender Peanut Co.Greenwood
company Usually they are re
Joe Wedele Inc-
invested. Qulncy
8:30 to 9:00 Quincy
, If the USSR began operating I Chandler' Hamburger,QulncyO.
Chattahoocbee
9:30 10' 9:50
on that kind
of basis I think
I
.B. Garrett. Malone
10:30 10 10:50 Bristol the world would MM a new economic I
giant come into existence w I':It Wade Tampa
I 10:00 10 10:15 BlounlaloWD *.
11:00 10 I1CS Marianna William Supply t Conil Co.
& Quincy Casket Co.
Quincy
, 12:30 10 12:55
, Chipley Too Late Mid,.". Moore, Coca Cola Bottling Co.&
12:50 10 1:50 Bonifay Tallahassee Bank 4 Trust Co.Tallahassee

2:30 10 3:00 DeFunIak Springs To Classify Flint Rivet Mills, Tallahassee Federal
3:40 10 4:10 Crestview Saving. TallahasaM

4:35 10 4:50 NIcevUle Valparlao By Russell Key Winiamt Teed 4 feed Co. Malone

: 5:05 10 5:40 FL Walton menace Hunger that I* march the threatenlnf doggedly -' Cordell Motor, Frontlet Shop.&Gregor, InsTaUahasie ..

. 6:40 10 7110 Milton at the heel of the world *
730 Pensacola exploding population We In Gold list. Granule
the United States, burdened, I. A. NAFF OF FROSTY MORN IN QUINCY LOOKS OVER THE GRAND Sunshine Laundry. Quincy

CHAMPION OF THE SHOW WHICH WAS SHOWN BY RONALD GIBBS OF Havana Tobacco Leaf Corp.Havana
v \ '
Wt. "\ > :
0 < 1\ TATE HIGH SCHOOL FROSTY MORN PAID 7o PER POUND FOR THE STEER Shaw Insurance, Qulaey
; 'r
BUT Ball &Tackle Shop. QulncyFUtcherCanUty

Men Wear Qulncy

Jltoey Jungle, Marlanna

'QYXING; OR BUILWNG Sheller& minor Havana

11B Plggly Wiggly, Gracwtll

i i 'I rIS e 8. C.Daifln CoMarlanna

A.L Wilson Co. Qulncy


:' ;Talk to'.one' of these men! about the 2! homey Mclensie Cawthon.Tank Rose u..Printing.., Tallahassee Co.&

Strickland Sausage Co. 4 Joe White

Sup rette. MarlannaHydratan

*Go Co.Havana

Fai rest's Bank of Malone

Lon Federal Saving ft Loan Ao Tan.ho. .

.... Democrat A W.Boynlon 6 Boa
:-17r
Tallahassee '

Sheer Slipper.MorrUon'i Cafeteria &

Wheeler"Bldg. Supply.ToJlanatM

Candy Rupee Market. Havana
t .
.a'parr Putt OH Co.. Ed Craia.QuIncy

,,. Toucntoa Fumigating\ Co.Havana
k '
+ar + CarOedge Fertiliser Co. Cottondal
0 "S .w
Jordan' 10 A, Malone

Julius Parker D.L WltUanu ft Wendell
Jarrard.Tallahase.e
McCUtlAN SAM MUtROW
GLENN Greta Acre Sbopptn Cft..,.Havana

Asst. YI<. Priil-int Manager Parkway Breach Industrial Sa.taq.6 Loan Capital City First

Nan Bank. .State lank.Tcdlaha-M

., Ivy Food Slot,Marlanna
Find out why a Leon Federal Home Loan is BEN CASTRO OF LEON COUNTY tH CLUB SHOWS THE RESERVE CHAMPION Suber ft Johnson Co-QulncyPlggly

or THE SHOW. FRAKI POPE (Outer AND A. F. RICH LOOK ON. THE I Wlgyly Wholesale CoMarlanna

best for you I Call one of these men at ANIMAL WAS PURCHASED BY MR. POPE FCR SUBER ft JOHNSON CO. OF RaM n Daniel Irrlga-oB C..Hatana

TALLAHASSEE FOR IS. PER POUND Havana State Bank KOVOMtpu9on

224.3161 Tallahassee/ Dunt ChattaboocU
OFFICERS OF THE WEST FLORIDA Coca Cola BotdUtg CoQutacf

HOMI LOAN PAYMENT TAILS Hydro Go Co.,Balabridg Go
LIVESTOCK ASSOCIATION
M ft M Tractor Co- QatacyTtadefl
MQ""Y" AYMfNTSl'
MURRAY SPOONER. President SLOAN BA1TR.: Treower Livestock Aucttokit..GrocovffloCltUem.

'tIAIS 20 'tIAIS 2S 'tIAISIIQDCO 'rt; .,i r A. F. KICK Vie Pre Idet JOHN RUSSELL Secretary .Bank 4 Trust Co.Qulncy

lOt 71.61 slat I Southern araletd lea_ ft Swvko

f DIRECTORS QttfcKT Feed MUU.QUKTSaUtb

115. oo 12t.J1 t0ys7eloooo .BulUt rielcW,
Dr. RaJpPortef Lasts Serous C W. no- Jr. Qvtncy
tale 141.2t 1 Charts Ptttaa.Hava aSoutUm
FEkIM. SASS' 7FU Doe May W. M. Icaoa Harvey Sheer

323000 110.,7 171." 1a1.0 ... wn. /+ rlNO1 Uo-4 Rhodes L F. DarU. Jr. Max FUkKseGerald Wlrw. beQutncy
Mil B.0 ft BatM Hardware, Quuicy
Sloan faker Murray SDOOMTTbotM Cayeon
fir* Fedefol Savtoai, ft loan AM*.Qulncy
Wlrio Edward. Saif. Son McMUUm
IIT fa wdi 114 1 tlfF1E,1l.rk..r,* jP ,. Crouch'. Revolt Drug.,Qulnry
,,, 4 vr+w. v 9I J ,w Join C. BoMri Bradley M__ A. F. Rick MDlw CKerrotrt Co.HavanaCADSDE."f

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6-1 Lit.Caw Pull I
VEG. OIL $1.19
[ Dog Food 99c f X10 5c Off Label '
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25 & I : TEA BAGSNestles of 48Box 40c Bottle
14 Qt Can Brlf FolUhlm Floor Wu. I= Meullers Elbow
With this coupon and pur h* of I
Aero Wax 77c- J Macarond29c
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__ GADSDKN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL M. 1M4 PAOB THIRTEEN

FARM :piled by the manure Some' HD Mrs Gladjs Watson and Mri I Panacea May 11 for s spend the
I crop may be damaged by exremlve -!Talquin Tom Davidson for their workon day pknle.MM .
amounts of poultry the cook! books, Fit Cattle Ton DivUsoe who was (
While House COLUMN I manure; this I* primarily due Club MeetsThe Show ..ndMtr informativeprograms.
In of the
than
to excesses of nitrogen a* am- program passed
By Bernard Clark.AiMrlite Talquin Home Demon. out literature on Artful En
Count Agent Manure ration( Club met at 2'SO Wed- Mr*. Frank Whittle announced "
CHICKEN MANURE should be worked Into neiday afternoon, April 13 at the cookbook will be avallabltat "Nlnln, and showed color
CANCER CONTROL MONTH, 1964BY 'EXCELLENT FERTILIZER I the when anti a well seedbe'ahead Is of prepared planting'the home of M.... Sloan Baker the May meeting for $1.50. slides on "Entertaining Acces-
I The value of manure si a This should be st least one with Mrs Tom Davidson a* cohottet The source of plant nutrients hat week for application\ up to five, *. May Recreation meeting stMm A social hour followed en.Joyed -
I been recognized for hundred Ion per sore end 2 week for Mrt Charles Dean. president, : Frank..Whittle' cottage. at .by all,. _. .___
THE of yesn Poultry manure contain -,larger applications, thereby preventing ,opened the meeting with a devotional
PRESIDENT
OF THE UNITED STATESOF ,
more of the nutrient elements ammonia burning. taken from "Iron
thin other farm 'Shoea by C Roy Angel abouta
any
Transplanted such I''INblet
crop
AMERICA manure. The major fertlllier \, are particularly sensitive -i young African boy who prayed VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
conttltuents nitrogen M, to ammonia and may for God'a help to win a
A PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS phosphorus (P203 end potat- -burn" if rheas precaution are race
alum (K20: are of most I not taken. Plant may be lately Mr. Austin Nixon, secretary.
,,value. Chicken manure Is prl- lldedreued at moderate asked member to respond to Lamar Monroe Jr.FOR
manly a nitrogen fertlllter I rates If the manure Is kept from roll tall by sharing 10W- II
the scourge of cancer will be felt this year by from s plant response standpoint contacting the planu.Prob.bl one refreshment' Idea suitable .
Therefore it I* most ef- the best Ume for to be served at clubs or circle
than half )
million Am
more and
a
rcan ; I flclenUy used on crop th.ti
applying manure as a top dr...- meeting An attendance often
.i need nitrogen -- leafy vegetables -ing to pasture or small grains It members and two visitors
WHEREAS continued research can lead to further IncreasesIn cress pastures, lawn, just prior to the Initiation of Mr. William McPherson and
the number of cancer patients saved from death by this dread corn, millet and fruit tree all. active growth In the iprlng Mri J, K Todd were' pieirnt.
disease andWHEREAS I need large amounts of nitrogenIn More than about S tons of The minute of the pmlitui
; many caws, meeting thenrtrogea manure per acre may temporarily meeting were read and approv-
requirements of theiecrops burn the ed.
during
graaa growIng
the gap between actual and potential gains in with chicken manure will seaaon. Mrs. Sloan linker. treasurer
the cure of cancer patients can be narrowed by educating the I'also provide all the phosphorus. Tree may be fertilized with gave the treasury report Mie
needed Connecticut
and poaUMlum reported that the .
manure M the normal time for cluh* refrexh.ment
public to cooperate with the medical profession In seeking earlier workers however reported rertlllutlon. It should be tale at he Fat fattle!
diagnosis and treatment; and I that the beat practice placed around, but not In contact Show and Sale was mcrewirul
,teemed to be to use W manure with the tree For small Mr Dean thanked the food

WHEREAS further efforts to control this disease result not ,'and bated o on commercial the nitrogen fertilizer requirement trees Is one-half bushel of, manure committee, Mr, Krank_ Whittle,

only In protecting the Nations health but also in encouragingthe ; of the crop.., They also ads amount for not older executive treea should The mil)

scientists, medical practitioners, and official and voluntary vise| supplementing each ton be baaed somewhat on the nitrogen
of manure with 25 pound of HAULING
requirement of the tree.
health agencies already engaged in such efforts; and I potash, where manure la appliedat Potted plant* may be safely. t+ rDai
lets than A tons per acre fertilized with poultry manure.
WHEREAS the Congress, by a joint resolution! approved Thla amount can be supplied I Suggested rte for 4, 6. or I TRUCKINGALL r'' K.
March 28, 1938 ((52 Slat 148), requested the President to issue I with 40 ,pound of 00%" muriate,Inch puts are 1, 2, or I teas I .
i of potash or from 60 pound of ipoonnful reipectlvely.Poulvrj .
annually a proclamation setting apart the month of April as *, sulfate of potash I 'men In Cadxden County KINDS BETTER SCHOOLS
Cancer Control Month; I"Recommendation for broad. I turn at Billy\ Poppell of
application of chicken Concord, and others, have large and Long Distant
NOW, THEREFORE, I, LYNDON B. JOHNSON, President of manure normally vary from :S amount of thus fertlllier which
to 10 ton per acre, and dependto they must place. Your ute of Furniture Insured GADSDEN COUNTY
the United States of America, do hereby proclaim the month of s large extent upon the particular this material will\ green up your
April 1964 as Cancer Control Month; and Invite the Governors crop, the quality of the field and provide s cheap ferllllwr -'

of the States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and other areas 'manure, and what proportion and which will local benefit both.I Sam Hulley
of the nutrients are to be sup- you our poutlrymen.J SCHOOL BOARD
subject to the jurisdiction of the United Sates to issue similar

proclamations.I I MAin 7.6433

also ask the medical and allied health professions, the DISTRICT TWO

communications Industries, and all other Interested persons and LAFf.ADAYTiU1r S. ADAMS ST.
groups to unite during the appointed month In public reaffirm- (Paid Political Adv.)

otion of this Nation's efforts to control cancer.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have herunto set my hand and

caused the Seal of the United Stales of America to be affixed.

DONE at the City of Washington this twenty-fifth day of REELECTW.

March In the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and sixty-Jour. _

and of the Independence of the United

(SEAL: ) States of America 'the one hundred and r

eighty-eighth. M.

LYNDON B. JOHNSONBy
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the President:

DEAN RUSK } w


Secretary of State ,Je ;;- "Bill"INMAN



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?"..t..v11A,... ..+..w.w.....,,....1MMw.w.wq.4-". Kelly To GiveRecognition I Flower Show
?F the E v 3.: I THE OLD HOME TOWN -B STANLEY
To Judges Honored

Florida Women At Luncheon LOOK.MOM I -
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Ukelind (FNS) Senator Judges for the 15lh Annual GET MY NEW st ,r.+
Scott Kelly business candidate Spring Flower Show which was B00T5 WET -
S k B for governor of Florida. will an event of Thursday the Idlh\ rZLtp Gwhnna..ansa..awsvh
r* a. /give full recognition to women were entertained by member
in government business and of the Quincy Garden Club with
education upon hit election to a beautiful luncheon at the
the atatt'* No. 1 job h* aald home of Mrs J. fisherM1.'
recently.Senator, lama Pink roses. glad.
: Kelly propose, as and other spring lowers 11I1"1
among the high priority acts of at point of Interact, The dining -I ru l
4 his administration, the establishment table was centered by a all-
? 4$ of a Commlstion on vcr epergne of pink rotes Two k I it
the Status of Women circular tables In the living 1' 11
"1 want Florida, with Its rapIdly room were covered by pink
expanding population and linen and lace cloth Places
the many complex problem that for the Judge were marked by
arise from this growth, to take attractively wrapped gift, cry
S' full advantage of the brainpower atM relish dishes and servers
+ and experience of our women Preceding the lunch, fruit
pn- ," Kelly *ild. I Mn. nettle Cobb juice was served In the den
Kelly slid that one of hit I where the Invocation was givenby
tint aim u governor wouldbe Hettie Cobb Is Mrt Lanier Richardson 5TUFFr-2
to appoint a qualified woman Judges were Mil. Lloyd
to the State Board of Con Hatcher, Albany, Mn Howard 'acfTfWl
trol, the agency which tdmlnlt- News Writer for Thrower, Cairo Mrs W. B. Me-
ten the states program of higher Gee, Mra Mllllti-d Davidson, i
education. Perry Papers Tallahassee, Mn J Lucas Pitt-
Kelly said the commission on man, Albany Mr II U Allen
J the status of women he propot- Jr, Bainbridge Mr.
Appointment of Mrs. Kettle ; W'c.1
Jackson, Albany. Mrt
would b
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AN HONORED QUARTET-Gl't'rol'Peck and Anne I.latter was honored at the Santa Monica, Calif of representative from Cobb ai chief of the Tallahassee Minter, Cairo: Mr*. Perry t
Bancroft, 1181 year's Oscar wmners, tini up with, presentation a* best actor for hi* role la "Lille women t business and professional bureau of John H Perry Newpipera Webb, Albany" hi-s. W. D.: Hop. See and Hear
Ann.bella, who accepted this Jell". Academy I of the Field. Mill Neal, awaiting the birth oft groups, women* club Inc. hat been announced bins, Tallahaiwe. Mrs Ralph
Award tor Patricia Neal and Sidney t'oiUer.The I baby in Great Britain woo for her role in"Hud.1 and educator to be "...I'nedth. by John H Perry, Jr., Mlxon TillHtiaisee and Mrt : :
Charles Dalton,
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tank of exploring In depth of West Palm Beach presidentof ---- y.:1 Billy JamesHARGIS
the role of women In education,
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private and public employmentand concern of uniform ala. fill an
the legal status of women Mr*. Cobb, a veteran Florida patties. scoop with the meet,I
with respect to ciVil and polJU' newspaperwoman, will awmme! turn onto trill and pt with ,
cal I1l1hU." her new duties May 1 and will. flat tide of knife Into desired .
"Such a study will reveal I represent ill of the 11 Terry shape, says Pierre Friney, famous -I
areas In which women can b* ofgreateet
newspaper In the etate. Howard
Johnson manterchef '
service In all these In announcing the appointment .! World Famous
: Heidi, and particularly In the Mr. Perry noted that '.It
tG areas of public and community Is another forward step In the Evangelist and
t tt service," Kelly Hid. expansion and Improvement ro.
Kelly added: "At every stage plan of the Perry newspapers AnU.communlatFound.r.Dir.ctor
i i t l of my public life I have drawn is they keep up with the g.n.'I SEPTIC TANK
.on the wisdom and experienceof writ growth and progress of
women. I earnestly eeek Florida"Mrs. SERVICEVACUUM
II \ their advice on business" government Cobb U t widely experlenced .1 CHRISTIAN
and politic and highly capable
new writer She I* now employed -! CRUSADE
DinnerAt u an administrative '.1 UBBBHHI
I j Family iMant with the Florida Development .
Speaking ont
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Shaw Home as Ililaon with the pr* *. I
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Mr. and Mr. C. R. Shaw Jr. Cobb I I. known' to thouwnd 01
entertained wllh i family dinner Floridians through her lengthy
Sunday at their home, service In newipaper and public THE FAR LEFT"TALLAHASSEE
Ouertt> Included John Graham reliUon o r.tJon., She CLEANED
---- who It i recent graduate of has been a general asulimment REPAIRED
---- FSU and his family Mr. and reporter for the Jacksonville SATURDAY, APRIL 25
Mr. John Graham and Mary Journal and also his been aitoclated .
Shaw of leland and Dick Bates with the Playground I 627-8403 I FLORIDAN HOTEL
who hat completed his baste News la Fort Walton Florida
training at Great Lake. Inhe latter assignment the
7:30 P. M.
Executive at workLike Beautiful arrangement of was honored by the Florida: Night I27486S
spring flower from the hoe Press Association for -excel CHRISTIAN CRUSADE IS an and-ommunlet mlnlatry J
tea*' garden were at points of lance In her work"Mr
I QUINCYVAULT with headquortera In Tulsa, Oklahoma BOW In Its
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Interest Seventeen guest enjoyed Cobb or IletUe, as the -
the president of any corporation, this this dinner and remlnlclng U more generally known _, CO. aixteenth year cl fighting lor Christ and America.It F
will cover all phase of Florida'sMate
busy mother pays bills the efficient way. government for the Perry VAULTS MONUMENTS menage* are many and varied and heard via
by check. organization her dlapatchei radio and lelevUlom through the page ol the Monthly
Hospital ReportApril
supplement the new reports MAINLINE DRIVE Magazine and W..kly Newiletter and through thousands -

It gives her more time for her home. and 14 Ihreuih Arllll of United The Associated Preu and QUINCY ol tract, pamphlet and book
Admissions: Muler MichaelGlealon Press InUrnational
for herself. It provides a running record of ex- John U Lewis. Wll .

penses (makes budgeting easier). It prevents Ham C. McAlpIn Irby Avlrett
Coy H Itoblnnon Marvin Ladon
: misunderstandings over payments. a cancelled ...Kalrcliith TraulM Woodberry

I check is a legal receipt. Gatlln Mrt Annie, Mrt Shepard Lewie ,Evans Mrs., Nora Mr I SAVINGS SUPPltf STORES

Louise Robert, Mn Nor L. :
To run your home on a businesslike basis, Cox Ralph Cox, Archie IlubbarR -

r open a Checking Account here today. : Mi Hewe*. Faye Kllpatrlrk.Cote: and all Mratdrta of i

i.4uln.w..Oavid II lijwun and
H M. Wilson Tallahassee: Jimmy -
Wayne Browning and David
Touthtun Havana; James &,If.
CITIZENS BAM Inion and James Yeomana. 1144wjC
Greensboro: Wlllluj S S..l..t.I ,I
AND TRUST COMPANYJr I Sneads: Walter Kirkland Jr..
Chattahoochee; Jeffery Dunne)

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. trude McDanlel Agnes, Grvtna Devil and, Mt.Mn'or.1 : '3 S A .

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Run your finger over I nap and find yourself I place to go. \V id* eU with foam-cushioning front and rear, Luxuriou srir-r-otUHiNo 24"
That a preview of how it feel to get there in a Chevrolet. wall-to-wall deep-lwUt carpeting (thi! year It come with WAX
wa..... STRUCTO FOLDING GRILL
\V'*'v*put what w*think i II the best suspension| i even the lowest priced Biacayne! ). A choice of .".are ,saes .,e,

yitem in its claw under this great highway per even great engines, all preriaion.balanced for ?
former A bg husky coil spring at each wheel smoother running, with four smooth-.hifting Ri o uu. .ag 3 8

and double-action shock bBorber to soak up tranamualon to match. Everything that mike 4 .1f Ai,1AL,
bump Over '700 sound deadinrr throughout Chevrolet the great highway performer it 1.. ITARtt4NV COMET

the chassis and that spacious Body by Fisher to TIME So get out this road map. And wherever 77c RDROOM FIXTURI COVIRlD CAKE iAN

blot out noise from road and wind you go get off to a good *trt-during Trad T

There a lot of other Jet-.mooth luxury, too. m M M__ 'N' Travel Time tt your Chevrolet dealer'.. .U..MA'O ,.

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ALL FOR THE CHURCH the miracle of growth. God's secret is God's!
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on The earth Church for the It building th'l1'MtI of character But he knows, too, that wild growth means wilderness. Only cultivation i '

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haw ipStitual neither value Without So he works with God. And the result is beauty, fruitfulness, ...,... ... j1
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Q, are:((1))For hii own alt.((2))For hit of souls the realization of our spiritual potential. Working \.
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Hydro Gas Company -Boon.y.Inc. Frosty Morn Meats Quincy Motor Lodge
.I Qulney. Inc. "Shot f.r KOUBI Aaes"Sykes AdrIan Anderson -
Shell Senrlce OU Company

I Bell & Bats Hardwar. Company 6| Darby Construction Company Suber & Johnson Company
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Talquln Electric Cooperative. Inc. chunk ef your eh.lc. SuDdu. r-K-M FtediAmericemjenc
Quincy Lumber Company
F t Inman-Iohnson Motor Co.. Inc. W..t.ra Auto Auoclat. Store Bill and FMIMM Rosen The Jefferson House Industries


First Federal Savings and Loan .
AitocltUoa .* Gididea County Butltr-Morgan Funeral Hom. Southern Chemical Chandler's Hamburgers

aura k Srrtlrt, Inc. Bentley Electric Company
Coca-Cola Bottling Company .
Joe Wedeles. Inc.
: Jan Allen Shop QuIncy Cabinet Works
Harbin-Wolf Inc. Mack's Radio & T.V. Serrlce
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Munford Do-It.Yours.lf Stor.Crouch's Double Cola
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Quincy Meat & Cold Storage
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Donlay Furniture Company s Country GnerMnWI
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c*>* of preparing a curriculum) 4-H GIRLS OF THE MONTH j'Unlvtralty are achtduleA to Bobby Lester In
___ and Saturday.
Win In ..v for elementary art perforM Friday 1
o .1 Mr. Shuler explained the Various combinations of the
terpretation of report lD-1 ;9tfF nine member of this group Honor SocietyBobby
Two Contests and Ulted the book tint will play and sing typical guitar
er* art expected to read. and other stringed Instrument Letter was on. of
I lie stated that the comprehensive numbers. more than 100 University of
Lose In Two school curriculum Another Tallahassee performer Florida senior elected for
strive to develop In each child ls Will McLean who will membership la the Phi Kappa
By Dona Jams those attitude and value that sing at the Friday and Saturday Phi national MhoUitle honor
are essential for effective cttltenship night performance. He society
Time Sport Writer in our society. bas chosen "Cuati Holston," The society Initiated 110 new
Quincy High School' diamond 1 "Acre Foot Johnson" and member In annual Spring Initiation
quid started out last week'i y Staff "Blounl's Fort aa the songs b* ceremonies Frdsy, April
action with doubleheader loses Baptist will tlnf lOin the University' Law

to Leon, but ended up on a high P S, I I Madison and Mayo also will School auditorium.

not by dropping Bainbridge (('...... Era Ass 0.Is ..) Ca I be represented on the festival Phi Kappa Phi, which recog-
and Rutherford In COM contests programs. nines excellence la all field of

I the former Marietta Cbaflnof s >, A Maypole dance opening the study, restrict nemtxnbjp t*
Leon High School grabbed Port St. Jo*. Mr. and Mr*. firs program at 10 a.m. Friday the top 10 per cent of each- '
two win off Quincy WednesdayIn Brlcker have one child, William a, ht' I a 1gw will b* given by the 15 boy and graduating class.Stickney.
a two-night doubleheader by Mark who I* fourteen month .. ,eo a. .,,, k ..1 tW IS girl of Madison Elementary
8-3 and 8-2 scores at Corry old. Mrs. Brtcker attended Judson ---e 7 M cdk r School, under the direction of Will
College In Marion Alabama < Mrs. Allen Tidlork. The dancer
Field.Lion
pitcher ErvIn held ... __ __ f"'" ....1 and was graduate from .< will b* dressed In colorful Leave for India
the hot nine to two singles, Baylor with th* BA and MA I red and white outfits.
FINE CATCH Curtlaa Faircloth and "P. We Fair.
In the third and I
coming fourth Degrees. She I* current Mill Cora McKinney I* the
Inning In the afternoon tilt to cloth are shown displaying a tine string of Baa caught teaching Choral Musk la the Barbara Mahaffty Libby Bara I Mayo representative on the K. M. SUckney, Jr. agronomist
Ug Gary Edward with the Ion behind the dam last week. The string! corvaist oi 20 Qulncy High School. Mr program She I* scheduled to has been appointed Soil*
Flrit sacker Andy Dull broke Bass weighing In at 70 pound Brlcker' ministry with the Firm Barbara Mahaffey, daughterof I perform on Saturday, singing Advisor to the India Government
the game open with a bases Baptist Church will be mainly Mr. and Mr*. Bascora Mahaf I.one number, "Candidate ComIng by the Agency of later
empty homer Into the centerfield In the area of Christian Education fey of Gretna, hat been selix- Miss DickensonWill ," which aha composed. She national Development of the
stands In the second tM last Inning and wa driven plus 1 dot not necarlly United State Department
Inn- and Youth activities. ed a. the outstanding Junior will also give a monologue
Ing. In home bt Rodney Joyner'asacrifice :1 make 4.Old Mr. CutUno said that the 4-H Girl for April. Barbara I* Participate "Looking for a husband" State
Quincy failed to come back fly which handed theories w till valid, church wa extremely fortunateto devotional leader ef the Double Both fresh and salt water Mr. SUckney will leave MayS
In the second game behind Rutherford their 2.1 loss. | but many have become obsolete obtain the services of a well U" 4-H Club She as a very In Folk FestivalMiss fish enhlblta will b* on displayat fur Washington, D. C. where
Ralph Sperling a* Franklin The local nine scored first is new and more useful ,trained, capable and dedicated. active 4-H'er! and bas won rec- the festival. The division of he will receive orientation Instruction
Thompson pitched a one hitter, In the fourth and It looked ai ones have taken their place I minister like Mr. Belcker.I ounlUfln in Child Developmentand salt water fisheries of th* Slat for several week*,
fanning 15 while not giving up If this run might win It, but i The question I* not whether a Clothing Donna Dlrkensnn, the Board of Coni rvUon will display i Mr. Stickney wai la tobaoee
a walk. The Tigers musteredup the Ram capitalized on two I thing la new or old but whether I Libby Burn, daughter of Iflfli winner of the "Jranle an exhibit consisting of.I..nrloeed ,research with John H. Swisher,
up runt In tie four on a Quincy miscues in the tijclh to It doe the Job properly. Political Rallies Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Burns has With the Light Brown llalr" mount of saltwater I In*, laboratory her for **vrat >
hit and an error. push across the tally that tUd 1 Mathematics U an active been selected as the outstanding UU at the Stephen Poster Memorial fuih. Th tihlbK 11II rears. II* has recently .bees
Coach Bill Roger Tigers It up. It wi* In the bottom growing subject The new Senior 4-11 Girl for April will b* one of the participant chart of Harold Parr, with the Department of AgrW
_...... ..
picked themselves up and half of the seventh that leadoff mathematics has mad possible 1( tram Peae 0. Libby la council delegate for the from North Florida In The northeast Florid region culture of Florid.
bounced back with 3-1 and 2-1 hitter Keith Daughtry1* blow; many of the wonder of thepace general chairman, all local, dls- Lrprortaun 4-H Club and has the annual Florida Folk Festival of the Flarld Gam and Fresh
victoria over Bainbridge and climaxed the contest Senior, age It I* being used to trial and state candidates for won recognition for her work at the Pouter memorial at Water Fish Commission, will
Rutherford lllgh of Panama hurler Gary Edwards (3-3) came handle electronic computers, to office have been Invited by In Dairy Foods.Polling White Spring May I, S and a. have i trailer with an educational
City Friday and Saturday.The out on top In the pitcher duel control machinery, to aid InIWNreb letter\ to make in ippearanceH Mill Dlrkenson, who live In exhibit all three days of My Neighbors
Bureau from Bainbridge giving up only 6 hits and no' to translate. languages, I II expecting a crowd of at Quincy, will appear on the eloe- the featUil This display la Incharge
pushed across on* run in the walk while mowing down S. to compos music and even design least 1.000 to be on hog program Sunday afternoon of Robert M. Brantley
first Rutherford' Wise yellded four computer person Place wearing the sam town is during
on two conswutlv Infield A group of SO boys and girls
that
hand. He added plan are .
the
_I Jennie Ball.
error, but the Tiger hits during the 7 Inning stint The stress' on understanding being mad to secur* a band ida State The Flor comprising the Howard Academy
bunched together a walk and gave up 1 free pas and truck la one Important difference In llnlvcnMy student Chulr from this negro Institution
For the rally.According tt......... ire ... 0. ) will sing two songs, includingone
3 singles to score twice In their out 5. the old and new mathematics to Charlie Macon, at Montirello will ling I
bottom half enough cushion Whether Quine)"'. diamond The student U provided with publicity chairman of the Board approved and also votedto Thy by Lattice Stephen, Love Foster, "Open ai the Saturday morning per
for Tommy Bauldree to win. squad has Jelled or not they exploratory exercises designedto Greensboro Klwanla Club, a leave Prednot 1 In the cam formance. They art In charge,
Bauldre now 3-2 limited the staged their finest played gamesof develop concept through Individual chicken pilau supper will get location. Miss Thetma Rnltln, directorof of Josephine B. Kinder. "LJv'
visitor to :2 hit*. the season in their back to cxperlenoe and discovery underway at a p.m. with the Supervisor of Registration J. anerUI events at the state A-llumbl." I I. the number they
In the night-cap Quincy High back victories over Bainbridge so that by the time the Greensboro School Band entertaining Love Hutchlnson recommended music shrine on the Suwanne will presentSponsoring
right fielder Keith Daiwhtry and AA Rutherford over the pupil get to a rule, he has discovered during meal time. that additional pollholdert be River, lay the folk feetlval this the folk festival
stroked a triple to_right_ field in weekend.Quincy. the rule for himself. I "All Indications point to a added Preclucta 1. i and year will offer one of the moat are the Stephen Poets Folklore
The expansion of the new big crowd with possibly two gubernatorial U. .: Board agreed to appoint diversified end colorful program Guild the Florid Federation
mathematics courses will con candidate. on band additional pollholdert. In the history of the annuai if Muile Clubs and the Stephen
PTA tinue. to speak," stated Mr Macon John Russell. County Agent, event Foster Memorial Commission
irn Home Economics I* requiredfor "The supper will cost 1 for and his staff wr highly praised Sewn prorram featuring
S ill girls In Florida. Since adult and 50 cent for children, for the fine financial report some J.OOO partlrlpanta will be
t.u.... tram r.*. o..) textbooks are written at Hit so come early and hay late," submitted for the outstanding presented on the shady, outdoor There I I. some good In every *Tf.. .. the chopping a*4
Plies. MAisi 7-S3I1 grade level, that U where it invited Macon.In iadnden County exhibit at the ata,. overlooking the 8u- Individual, which usually ran HI Jon lUnber1."
k the greatest Florida Slat Fair la Tamp wanns.. Three
Boredom 1s taught cane of rain the rally will program are be cultivated.
of disciplinary problemand Last semester of Before the exhibit WM art up planned on Friday _
cause year one -j held In the school lunchroom May I, and ------ -- --- ---r -- =
Thun, FrL, Sit the way to meet this problem science was offered In 8th and gymnasium. the County Commission donated on Saturday! May J. with the
M. 14. IS I best is to meet the need grade Th. other emetr wasused $1,400 and the Fair As- finale on Sunday a.-'ernoon,I TIME TO WE HAVE .
April '
of the child through a good' to teach the content of the aoctstlon, 1 1,200. Mr. Russell hay I. e Deve Flint
LOVE WITH THE Instructional program. 8th, grade Horn Economic and hit staff raised over $200' MU. Bolts amid performer e Plumbing Flilure
PROPER STRANGER Disciplinary difficulties are Course New Mayor selling country owed ham* at who have Indicated thy will Compl.t Line efllullilag
Stirring Steve McQueen reduced to a minimum by the Next school trem, science th fair. A check for ,1&tUU: take pert "l the programs will MaUrialaA
Natalie Wood teacher who has a wellplannedprogram will be offered In grades 7.12. (('It.H.... fret rs OM) was returned to the County feature folklore mualo I .I Ires AlitBiliwa' Reefingalnls4
; ha a sense of humor, Americanism versus Communism I Commission. es-aft. and lr dltloB* represenJlng e Reeflag k fliuigHssMware
I place responsibility on child first taught In Florida commission, not to weaken our Dick l Irvin, public defender Florid* history bark to, e It Otft
SiU Apr. ISDOl'BLI for hit actions; and has a good during the 1962-63 school year, laws but to make them more for the 2nd Judicial Circuit the days of the Creek and 8m. e Carey As.kll Reefing ,
FEATURE balance of firmness and kind hat met with the overwhelming flexible and attractive to Industry which Includes UadeoVn County ** Indiana. Performers will Geld Seed Skestretksn
LOVE WITH THE approval of teachers, students ." mad a request to the Board come from throughout Florid, < OyiaiM PredncUe
PROPER STRANGERAlso ness.Too often we blame a child and parent and ha received For the past 18 year manager for $100 a month to carry on aha said' M well II from George REMODEL 's.rti.f Oteds rl.I."lI.-*
for falling us; not ourselves for national publicity and acclaim of Talquln Electric Cooperative I his judicial duties. and several other states I BUILD TIM Ha4r .s of Olbsr lUsM
falling him. For good discipline The course has been effective in Mr. Weaver has also "I receive $8,000 a year and TM Blg Bend Folk Musicians
EYES OF and good behavior w* must deal instilling an students an sware- betn active In civic affair H* traveling expanses from the and Singer. dltltC'ted by Dr.I BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.II .
with a child' feeling as well sec of the threat wtich communism I* a past president of the Quln stale but thl* amount Isn't sufficient John Greene of the rhool of
ANNIE JONES a* his actlonl.I present to dignity/ and cy Rotary Club a member of ," Mr. tryst said. I ns'1e1 Welfare, ..lorldl Slate I NORTH MADISON STREET QtllNCl
Slurrlnf Richard font. In H* went on to explain that Ms .
I I Problem In Planning Illlh freedom and In developing the board of directors of the
School Curriculum. Leader students a greater appreciation American Red Cross, a member job a* public defender required
SunMon.. Tuf".. Mrs. Ann Nicholson.Modern of American way of lUe. of th. Chamber ol Commerceand 7) percent of bit working
April It. 11. tl I math wa* the first DOM Th bchool have A the Quincy Development time.
to subject under discussion. No, Responsibility In Spiritual After eonslderahl dumuamlon,
The LEAF 1* very proud Corporation, take an active PLEASE
of Child Leader. th* Board granted hit request.
present wonder parent want to know, Training part In Boy Scout artlvltle and .
ONE MAN'S WAY I more. _whrn_ they learn _that 9 Judo lluik Taylor successfully directed a recent
: This group was chiefly concerned March of Dime Drive. 1

I The .Life. Story of Norman...... with the U. 8. Supreme Born in Mchherrytown, Penn.. Mrs. Cantey
VlM l r.UIf 1'
Bible
Court action on readingand
Not A Movie Gorr Se* This I he moved to Qulncy following '!1
In schools. It
On*. I'm Bur Yeas Will prayer wai his dlsohrg from tile U S. ((>M.II.M turn .... 0..>
agreed that the danger
F...l Better For It! of removing religion greatest entirely Army at the end of World War Jones, blue; Penny Gilbert red. IE ELECT
U. Sarah tttuart Auman, yellow, -
from the school I* that the Ifs I It
married to the formerMW Beth Subor, Und Freemanand
Wed- Apr. tt moral principle of the children Lillian Belyeu, of Quincy. Rally Munroe, whit*.
HOME FROM a. will b* eroded over a period of Tbs couple ha* thre sun*. Thy Class a"Dod' Thought
Urn, for where lupernatural are member of In Bloom" winner
Centenary were
THE HILLS religion I II secularism
removed
Methodist Church and resld at Sarah Shaw, blue; Jeanne
Starring Robert Mltchura.Flcannr fills the void. Moreover :508 Bellamy Drive. Porch, red: Beth Suber, yellow .
In the early day of this
Parser country
Following graduation from Mary Elizabeth
; McMillan
K was not the Intention
high school Mr Weaver attended Jan Freeman, Lawson Alice
tile
of government to restrain
HILLDRIVEIN 11"wear religion In the schools, but to Corn* Electrical School In May, Cindy McMillan, Sally r-
prevent the establishment of a Chicago, where he graduated Kichardson, and Ann ColClas .
state religion. with honor lit baa .pent all >- "Don't Be a Litter
Early School Life ef th* Child of hi* working year* in the bug" winner were SusanWoodwsrd :
and What FsreuU Expect Leader electrical field, primarily .1_ blue; Jean Carroll,
Pbe.s MAI. 7-888 Edwin Sbu''"". trio utility, working in all phase red end Rusty Carroll, yellow.
A good school program for all of the business, construction, The Junior exhibit wa termed ;Ijt !
maintenance, and operation the best vr sponsored Dy
children I* vital concern of
Fri k SiU elementary ohool educators. working a* groundman, lineman the Garden Club. Mr. Douglas a ;.j.jI
Apr. tl tl All children art entitled to and utility manager. Brooks, general rhalrman, el.
have i learning which At the preset time Mr. Wee,. pre* pprecla4k to each
Happy Birthday program er I* serving hit second for I L,
helps them discover term young person time, J.'
develop,
I'. Thirteen Vein Old! and enjoy their own potentlaU- as president of Ih* REA Cooperative thought and effort putthe _
Help Is Celebrate! tie*. The Instrument to achieve Association. lie has all of which made the Spring
We Will Admit FreeAll this goal U the curriculum.A been a member of the Member Flower Show a ucoset. I

Perm 11 Yn Ol*. balanced curriculum provides Service and Community Development -- -
AU FrnoM Having BeesiMirrM for the development of Committee of the National r3f
IS l'*.ra. Slim' many kind of (kill*, Includ Rural Eleotrle Cooper 1914 Ford
Suddenly ing those related tiv* Association for the pst
All Can Having 11 to such areas
U* years. ..4 from .... O..'
Persons la lit! aa language, art, arithmetic,
All Fireni Bringing science, social studies, and ere- From this small beginning fifty
IS of Their Own M alive and recreative ama. Mr Forestry Report year 0be company hai
WAw Shuler vtressed grown until today. these ars i
Yard Calllnal the fact that
the language aril The Gadsden County lt,000 service t 0oo* aad
art at th Forestry
Ala See c ur w erw4mmba.o heart of tile whole school pro-* Service report I wood fire,I more than 270 truck atop (ennvpttie Fred G. Shelfer j

gram. Th. art of reading, burning J sores In the past! designed to provide" gai
FOLLOWTHE lytn tpandel blind, white or writing, speaking and llsttn-" even day. Number of wood and nechanloal\ tervlor foitrwk
BOYS bid, Win, 12JS. Suddenly log play an Important part In fire line January 1 of this *, and food and lodging fendriver ,
ill* rtfutar lirti style, 10.H the life of the school. Read. year add up to 21, burning *) In M taee( 1IIr4 -hlnl
Starring Connl Friacta ,_ tilt II .... w Ings for example, 1* basic to II t acre Number of wood from the Southeast to the lappei YOUR
AbeDAMON .-.111 MM rM SMM program Ia sorial stodlti, line reported *t this Urn a mldwnt.Mayor.
Ours Exclusively science, rtUunetlc, He. year ago totaled 41, burtng Leon E. Weaver another d
& Each year Individual "'.chars I Wt aces.Rainfall dlgnHarle were preen t
la tile elementary schools tvaluat .. la the Quinry area |to greet Vw vliMor and of
PYTHIASStanlag MERRILL'S and revUe the eurrtrulun this past week I lookers. DnughnuU and aoffei County Commissioner i I;
Gy William \i of their/ respective grades A: nosedal. lit; 1r.:411.i: were served cowtosy ef Mr

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!!: EIGHTEEN OADSDEN COUNTY TIMES: QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL M, IM4

ng In from Sawdust I noticed' And don't forget the politics Providence HD

all the yards had just been i ally In Greensboro this Saturday Pe"Jona
muWid. Now If the weather at the City Hill. The festivities Club In MeetingProvidence
AROUND uit wouldn't get any warmer. start it 4:30.: These rallies -
Johnny Vause of the Quincy are a lot of fun but aorta d
f Public Safety Department looked erve-wrsclUng. It's easy to Mr. and Mr. C. D. Johnson Horn Demonstration
Ths tike he was having a good oaks s speech st home to a left Sunday for Jacksonville Club met April 15 In the
lime( taking the Junior Girl am-y-audlence but to getup where be attended s Masonic home of Mn. R. B. Galnous.Mr .
SQUARE Scouts on a firetruck ride last on a stage In front of lots of meeting. Mrs. Johnson went M rt w, L Deck Fletcher gave devotion
Friday afterno n. Think Pat people I* something *U*. 'Mem- from then to Ocala to attend n
\ Ey 6u1 e Anderson and Terry Baretlch ber years ago I was In I play I committee meeting on wom- on "Faithfulness and
were having as much fun as theerwahgig and Mirth Carol Smith who .n's work. Home Life," followed with

girls. Bytheway Lila Gard ws the fortune teller Just Among the out of town guests esP( prayer
on the back couldn't memorize her lines here for the Munroe-Hlnson The roll was called with J4
Stopped In at the Girden for dear life. So the night of the great prem- wedding wen Mr. and Mr*. members present and 1 vial-
Club'i Spring Flower Show taut It looks as if the Health Cen- /ere Mirth Carol printed all Harold Mldgley and Miss Ella tor who Joined our group as a
Thursday morning while everyone ter will be finished by July 01 her Unes on the Inside of her sheik Mldgley, BenneUsvlll, member.
ws assembling flower arrangement after aU. AU the rainy weather arms and the audience didn't S. C., Mr and Mrs. Tied Fra- i. Mrs. Gordon Fletcher, our
*. One thing I learnd during the flrK1 of.h.. year eves suspect 'Court Grace leigh, Miss Betty Fraleigh, Thed {s treasurer, gave a report on
in atttacttv and Interesting slowed them down some, but rinks and I got the giggles end ralelgh, Jr., John Edward our club fund.
arrangement cm be they are making up for lost almost had to leave the .ta,*. ralelgh, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Mrs. Deck Fletcher gave a
made with 'bout try thing. time now. How do you like the Newell Edwards of Sawdust Fralelgh, Madison, Fla. report on the Art and Kraft exhibit
NiU Smllherman used several doodllngi on the windows? naturally was telling me Mrs, Branson Mstney who has at Mr*. lienry Grady's
ear pert painted Jet black com John Campbell said they had bout the Urn candidate been visiting her son Rev. home.
bined with bright orange calendulas to put something on them so nude speech at s political rally ironson Matney and family Plant were completed for a
It was really striking they wouldn't accidentallywalk quite s few years sgo When left yesterday for her home in; trip to Foster Memorial Park
Mildred Harris mad an original through one. lie finished the audience gave Greensboro, N. C. She accomisnled by our club. The time was set
arrangement using hail ol a' Well, got a little ahead of I hint resounding applause. The Rev. Matney and Fred for May 1. The group will
cement block for the base and' myself last week. Willie and, speaker was so rattled he started L. May who are attending Gen. leave Quincy at 7 p.m. Our
a huge amaryllli not lure Stoney1 house had not been' clapping for himself. !er.1 Assembly In Montreal, club gave orders for cook
*N>tf the spelling In the moved by the time the paper 1 Well, bl'for this week! N. C.Mr.. books. Mn. Alfred Suber,
Junior department Suwj Woodward came out. Guess the weather and Mrs. Frank Roper of president reminded us wt wer
-
had an entry" tilled "Don' wan too rainy.Someo..e who. Is always busyIn Communism Foe Winter Garden were recent OFF TO THE WORLD'S FAIR= Wen: if mama has her way,-that ill These men to be hostess Council club to the Federation
be a llUerbug She used guests of his later Mr. Oscar and meetingthat
pieces of a broken coke bottle her yard 1IIIIted l by May before leaving on a cruise I are front-line troops of Flowers Baking Co., Inc., Thomatville, Ga., manufacturer of meet it Glen Julia Paik
and scraps of candy and chewIng Cotton Is Polly Adams Speaks April 25 The Senior Youth Fellowship I Sunbeam bread products, and they are out to win their company's big spring sales April 29 at 1030.:

gum paper. The North and she keeps up the work of the First Presbyterian campaign. The top prize is a dazzling combination of a trip to the New York World's Mrs. Suber then showed us
Florida Experiment Station also even during the hottest weath- In TallahasseeSlated Church spent the weekend on a Fair, an extra week's vacation and the President's Trophy. Since their wives have a films on today's ArUul Enter
had Retreat at Emerald Crest taining. After the meeting Mrs.
iome exhibit the most .r. They
High major role in the plant, they are on hand to do all they can. Giving the Qulncy-
striking to me wn the Jade Don't forget the Quincy It speak at the Ball- were accompanied by Miss Galnous served refreshments of
"
plant. School GI.s: Club operetta room of the Floridan Hotel In Katherine Brown and Mrs. Alan. area group a big send-off Is beautiful Cindy Bashinsld. "Miss Batterwhip of 1964. She strawberry short cake with
,Well) the red clover li blooming "Bibes In Toyland," tomorrow Tallahassee on Saturday, April Bryant There were 20 In La flanked by (L-R) District Manager and Mrs. Ray Bracewell and Sales Managerand cream, toasted nut and cof
all over the county and night at S o'clock In the school 25, at 7.30; p.m. Is Billy James attendance Including several of Mrs. A. D. Erinson. At Top (L-R) are Salesmen Ed Ellis and Carl Whigham and fee.
loot. It colorful At I wu drlv auditorium. Iirfls, founder director of the Seniors' friend. their wives.coming Mrs. Deck Fletcher,
Christian Crusade, sntl-com- Mrs. Frank NlchoU left by reporter
munUt ministry of Tulsa, Oklahoma. plane Sunday night for her
home in Milford, Conn., after to attend the graduationof GREENSBORO SENIOR
Ills subject will be "The 1
LOANSRESIDENTIAL
Enemy Within The FarLeft" having been here to be an attendant her granddaughter Ley Hul- 4-H CLUB MEETS
KINARD
FSU Tal- ENTERPRISES Inc.
of Tampa from ,
ney
In the Munroe-Hlnson '
This ls one of a series of Patricia Moffet gave the devotion ,
FARM speaking engagements which weddln,. laha"N. and Rosalyn Fletcher
will take him Into titles In Miss Elizabeth Woodward, Mill Mary Middleton and led In the flag salutes. CHARLES KINARD, Owner

Lowest Closing Costs High Appraisals South Carolina Florida, Georgia student at Presbyterian College Miss Barbara Ann Morrow have Susan Clark called the rolland I e Remodeling Addition
St. Petersburg, spent the turned from Panama City
and Alabama.
Good TermsCONVENTIONAL Rev. David Noebel, National weekend with her parents, Mr. where they Interned at Bay High read the minutes. Record I NEW CONSTRUCTION
boob and clothing projects art
and Mn. R. D. School.
Youth Coordinator for Chris1154 Woodward, Jr. Garages e Carports Porches
Mark Munroe to be In by April 20. Camp I II
F.H.A left by plan the out of town
Crusade, will also be Among will I be the last week In July. e .
Roofing
Siding Cabinet
Sunday for New York after for the Munroe.
peaking His subject: will be guests here .Ira. Clark talked about I
Quick, Confidential and Courteous Service The National Council of pending the the weekend here and Unson wedding Saturday night teeth and the amount of food our,i Florida Rooms Enclosure

Churches." Uoebel, who has attending. Munroe.Htnaoawedding. were Mr. and Mrs. Palmer we need each day.Margaret "No Job Too Large or Too Small"
SEE ALVIE WOLF AT just completed\ his thesis for
Padgett
Chlp Dean
Mr. Adrian Fletcher and Proctor, Gainesville; ,
its doctorate of Havana Highway Phone 627-8495
philosophy
Clearwater Mr. and Mrs reporterJOHNSON
daughter spent several days InN.w ; \i
from the University of Wisconsin :
HARBIN"WOLF Inc.
/ will serve is dean of theChrf.lI.n Orleans recently.Mr. James Malone, Montgomery, ON BRAZIL
and Mr. Paul Ingram of
Crusade Anti Communist AI'.I| Mr. and Mn. Lee Maxwell -
321 West Crawford Street
alnbrldgi were her
during President Johnson sent his
Youth University located Calvary, Gi.; Dr. and Mrs
the
Phone MAIn 7-8737 weekend and attended the 'warmest good wishes" to the
In Msnltou Springs, Colorado, Wayne Mammons, Lake City
Munroe-Hlnson wedding ;
this summer. The Universitycourse Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Lester, Mr. and Mr*. Ed Perry and Mr. new President of Brazil and described PEANUT HULLSFor
constitutional his .1!
as ascent
Your Business Will Be Appreciated Includes six two-week
Jr., daughter Mary Louise, Mrs' and Mrs. Paul Intrant, Bainbridge to The
I I power. meaasgehad
sessions featuring ** m ins r Ga Mr. and Mrs Russ
T. D. Woodbery, Mrs. T. J. Farr ; the effect of clearly establishing
courses for high school seniors -
and Mrs. Cooper Johnson attended Bowen, Thomaivllle, Ga, and
United States
and college students. the graduation of Mr. Miss Annie B. McKlnnon, Jacksonville -1 recognition Your Yard Care
of the new regime less
REELECT The meetings are open to the Mr. and Mrs. Roderick
and Mrs. Letter's son Bobby ;
than 24 hours after PaschoalRinlerl
public and admission Is free. from the University of Florida K. Shaw, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W. Mazxllll took office.
Mr. and Mr*. Pierce Williams E. Woodward, Dr. and Mrs. Fred i
WILLIAM D. "Bill" HOPKINS Duplicate Bridge pent Sunday In Bainbridge as Butler, Mr.. and Mrs. Julian' SILVER DOLLARS GO WEST Shrubbery Flowes
Winners Named guests of her brother In law Proctor, litmus Sarah Proctor
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Judge and Mrs. Ben Willis, Miss Million of silver dollars
Jane Miss Christie Bell were shipped to Western gambling -
Daniel ,
STATE ATTORNEY Hlghtower.
Winners si the Friday nlllhtdupllc.t. centers recently EASY TO HANDLE
according
bridge played Mrs. Andrew Smith, daughter Tony Amos and Gordon MacDonald -
gsme
a Treasury officials. It was
Tallahaisee.Mr.
,
Jane Alien
Mrs. Edward B.
at the Garden Center
were Woodbery, Mrs. J. D. Warner and Mrs. O. Z. James of believed the run was caused by,i
Dave Cheshire and Robbie
1M I Stonoff, first, Col.! Dexter Low- have returned from Atlanta ismokln, Pa., are visiting their collectors and dealers who were 90 POUND BALESCALL
looking for Morgan silver dollars
son and daughter In law Mr. -
,
.. I cry and Douglass Brooks, second They were accompanied by Miss
a type named after Its
and Mrs Donn James of
Edna Jones Quin-
hl Mrs. W. P. Neel and Leon who had been vlstlng -
designer and minted in the188U'i
'Smith, third and Mrs. Eileen her liter, Mrs. Warner cy. They plan to remain a week.
and 1800't.U. .
'w.2I
Mn. H. A. Love and daughter
Wright and Mrs. Douglsss From there she went to her
Brooks, fourth home In Spartanburg, S. C. Mia Mary Love who does min
8. AND
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Rollins lion work In Mexico are visiting PANAMAIn
BRANDT TO VISIT LBJ pent the weekend In Jacksonville Mrs. R. C. Sanford and a new agreement pledgingto
The White House baa sn visiting Roger Walls, who other relatives.In work out a, "Just and fair" LEE PARRAMORE
nounoed that Msyor Willy Is i patient In Baptist Hospital settlement, the United States
Brandt, of West Berlin, will Miss Evelyn McDonald, president 185J savers and Investors and Panama are moving quickly
meet with President Johnson of the Quincy Garden had to pool aa average of $10,- to restore normal diplomatic MT. PLEASANT
In Washington May 18. Brand Club, Mrs. Clinton Bassett and ns to buy the necessary plant relations and are expected to
I* coming to this country prl Mrs Roma Horton attended the, and machinery for one Job In open talk soon on their differences PHONE 856-5222
manly to address the Foreign Dlslrlot_1 Garden Club mee t-. Industry, Today It requires an, over the Panama If
Policy Association/ In New Lark log in Chittahoochee average of $17,6001 1 Canal.'
City, May 111.'COTTONWIlIAT. Mr. end Mrs. M. B. TUNd.y'l -------- -
a* guest during the
SUBSIDY their daughter

The House pawed I cotton lando, son Mortimer of Jacksonville Winning three classesin
wheat subsidy bill and sent It and Dick who had completed -
directly to President Johnson his baste training .t
You J"OlV ?? !! It followed an earlier approval Great Lakes Naval Base .t
of a food stamp program for Great Lake, 111. After two
needy families It was a double weeks fee will return there for the Mobil Economy Run is easyif
! victory for Johnson and his special training.
Only the Slat. Attorney bat unrestricted authority leadership In the House. Both Mack Smith arrived Friday

to bring Individual to trial for all lonlt except bills psssed In the face of strong from Great Lakes, 111., where

those punishable by d.ath. No other official plays amore Republican opposition and parliamentary I he has completed his basic' have transmission.
maneuvering training. He Is spending a two a great
Important part In protecting your life, your liber I weeks leave with his mother you

ties and your property. TROOPS LEAVING CUBA Mrs. Helen Smith.

Informed sources Hid the Mill Ermine Owenby has re-
This great power should be placed In the trust ol Soviet Union has been pullln turned from Jacksonville where

one with experience throughout this district and Its troop out of Cub In considerable she Interned at Andrew Jackson -
(known for Ms 'alm... and Integrity. numbers United High School for the past
State officials confirmed this two months. MILES PER GALLON
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that we rill continue to be an'ter' tights w* bad teen when we ::1
.;: lfr asset to the community beheld its breath taking glamour More and More Americans Sanum Ou A STRIHG
Sincerely I wanted to ride down
Barbara M. BumaCom.pondtnl Into the canyon on one of those
Secretary mule but decided against it Cured of Cancer
Quincy: Junior Woman They, or people that have tried
oIvr. Club it, tell me that you become allergic I'
to mules for qurt a spell 1964 h "the VMT of DM CwuM ipoc cop-
for about Milt Teals bat and bug tw >
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J, L. lIutchlmoBjiulncy after sitting on one began year *
Florida Hollywood CalIL 6 hour and as h* round one i y tan .rbltollll9hl. ere piaMwd for Ibis
April 16, 1964 of those hairpin curves, his year Alto In !MM works far'64 ot teals ki

fur Mr. Hutchlnson, I Special to The head bang away out over the /0' which orbiting Gemini cnwi will nwnptto
Gadtden
The Quincy Junior Woman's County Times canyon which I* a mil deep tain lUir cfaft to cm orblring rocat*.
ub would like to thank you 1 take this 'tns to convey make the situation a lot worse' 2l. :Jee pul
to all friends In Cadsden f
Hall the many Mocks and I my I'd rather wait till I get back
have County the best regards from home to do my mule riding. With the Gemini h mind,former < a
irticlei published
you the wife and I. I The Sawano Women's Club tennis
and ett-Ain.rlcot
bout our activate during the Took a lot of color slide of pro /
aiL We have visited several points all Uua. Hope they will turnout Championship tournament yo-yo cnompkM Samwt O Albert '
Wo year are particularly happy of interest as we traveled across good Snow was all around ,started on Monday, April 20th hot Invented KritNiNi onttrlng oe
ith the emphasis that has been the country by way of camper the rim of the canyon, but they 'First round matches will be ." Hit OtbHop h a beg }
topping at trailer court and hot about played through Sunday, April of fun for
laced on our community proj- said it was quit or fol- orbiting every space I
ct at the library Vit feel lhtai camp grounds along the way 100 degree in the canyon ,28th. The pairing are a* one American youngster. ?M
Found a lot of desert out hereWe This is desert country all the lows:
helped people realize were
Margaret
left all the rain behindIn Championship Flight
from New Mexico to Callfornia
far more than Just a social way Shelf
Louisiana. We via New Markham vs Lucille
came W out
tub. It hat also been retponiblo began to run
Orleans, Houston Albuquerque, er Jean Taylor vs Betty CurryHelen ;
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I for donation cent to ui of desert at Bantow, CaliforniaThis
on Into Flagstaff, Arizona, seeing certainly has been Taylor Jeanne Canteyand ; 1a94a
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or project the Painted Desert and the Clemma Gay b)'". 'at .
shook In W* saw .
Other than our local library: up age past Hlg I J
Petrified Forest, beside a lot several tnaotiv volcano and First JghtFlononc:
ojeot, we participate In and
!of things in New Orleans Pruvclple don vs Martha Carol Smith;
upport lUte and national proj where lava had flowed all accuse
activities were rice growing Carolyn Flxel vs Kliiabeta Can.tey -
the desert for mile
cU such ai UM Sunland Traln
and wells in Louisianaand Sara Budd. Audrey Helen
ng Center for exceptional gas W* are teeing a lot of tights
oil wells in Texas and afew Ingram and Lila Gardner vi
htldren and the Hospital Ship around here and expect to see : ta
lope which carries trained men In Arizona and a lot of many others before w* leave. Anne Drew.
lund women 1 In the field of medl- wells In New Mexico We arrived here the 1U of
|toe to all paN of the world Arizona has more curiositiesto April after leaving home the
help those who In offer a tourist. The Painted
o are need
Also on 1 national level, we Deeert was beautiful. The Pet- 6th.As soon as I return home I Saucy Salad

have helped to establish a Wtl- rifted Forest was really awe expect to go into business for A Htlping Nand :t. -
come Station for emigrants In Inspiring myself Budd Cigar Co. has
the bane of the Statue of Liberty homebody went out of the made available to me the use In the colon of the" America flog the
Others too numerous to sawmill business away back In of all the facilities of their machine TO CURE MORE.GtVE MORE Irantponnt platHc spore capevle hat kt
mention, are supported by us antiquity. There are certainlysome shop, which 1 have operated \ own pair of 0"Ore.Met In milh-
n well as most Junior Worn amClubs. fine logs turned to stone for year, to be used to Ik space will, fey. bock.to-back. Ono
Some of these looked as if they serve the general public FORCED FEEDESCAeir warning-Or&K>p owning youngiton wit
We especially! want to thank had been cut up in stove wood A shop of thl* clan bat not nd to bo on conilonl okrl agolnrf on
Mrs May Richardson for her ength with a cross cut taw been available to Quincy and tnmknric grown-opd TUy I won! to hake
untiring efforts on our behalf and left laying there Gadsden County before. evee-sera at ihootln', K
We call on her often and the They say that the Indian Besides continuing to do work
Intern she has always shown Squaws did all the work, and for Budd Cigar Co.. on a job
try our club hat been greatly according to all this it mutt basis, I will farm machine work
appreciated have taken a lot of firewood to from other manufacturer to
Wisdom andY orth
Your has been roast all thorn animal that
paper more pap keep shop on paying bests 'iL ED AAL
than generous In the space you brave brought In. Local work Is not expected toM UM aucRq 1
have given to us. We hope we You just have to tee the eu/flclent at present time, to SALADS make parted warm a DON'TNEED

will always be deserving of lie Grand Canyon to fully visualize keep shop operating but primary weather family meals easy toprap.re. may make every effort mere personal gain or outward
good publicity the Gadsden its wonders. We found that we purpose will be to serve nourishing and ONE accomplish somethingor applause and provided onti
especially
County Time gives us and almost lost all Interest In oth. the public as efficiently ts pottlblt tatty with saucy touch IT ipu to acquire tomethlni wish to b* honest It for the sake.

which h* considers Indispensable of honesty, not fear of ooniequenrtt -
METHODIST MASON VETERAN CUT COUNCIL I tm In great hope that all QUICK: TOMATO ASPIC to his happiness only to should one fall.Mta .
this will work out for the people RING realli that It was not worth may seek to gain op*:

..... .' of our city and county 1 tb.pi. nllvord geUUa the effort that the freedom, porlunlliei or benitflls by means
1 1
LV VOTE FOR Precision machine work hn I/I tip cold tomato isles t) satisfaction or acclaim hoped of stubborn will or unfair play,:
I been bard to find here In the aC for not forthcoming Rut when the thrill of .
i pact i-l/l.,. hot tomato Jalte L, was aecorn
We will return around the 1 tbsp.A.L Steak Sauce It Is mortal mind not divine pllshmtnl subtitles, on* nay;
DORSEY C. SMITH recline thai It was not worth
j of of a more Intelligence, which sets out
first May, by way
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Dissolvegvlaila incoldjulce, blindly In of the bother, for h* his sacrificed
northerly rout. Hoover Dam pursuit pleasure,
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health fortune In pear
Salt Lake City and other pointsof good or good
{i COUNTY COMMISSIONER Interest and hope to have Mix well, pour into ring mold. materiality and which betlv only from hit putting first

plenty of pictures. Whets set anmold and fill center that man la Independent Ihlnn first, but from treating.
.. & with cottage chess, shrimp mortal with nothing more to others as one would b* treated
District 3 Godtden County W* will see you salad or green bean salad. For rely upon than tin humanbrsln. Things that make for order;
beet utra favor, add dash cf AJlo This belief closes one's comfort a lest toilsome life, or
Our regards,
youfawrit salad dressing eyes to the things of true worth for wholesome fun art not
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED Henry W and Eva Sue ttrrtsC.There's \ CC/M/ a, d and stand between one and wrong They should be nny4)

PaId rollUMl A....) Grady one's understanding of Coil and by all However grateful w* art
Ills law, from which flows more for the extra things, w* cm not
------------ bow down lo them and
good than men are able to accept serve #
hem. II It only the Christ, t

more to this bread Aeir* Nol (ThIl VS. D<*|,artmrnl of AlP'kullu".preerrlLtd" sue Christ Father's Jesus knowledge reminded of us the of issue Truth,that at furthers dtraonttrtttd the peace by. '.

and I the health and ,
purity
a water svilero for Hermitage, a senior rltfsrnt lion for things we II"'". II. said (Luke
of mankind.
unity, Aad b
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MnratUnd and a community center for Urban II:11). "Seek ye the kingdomof 1 assure
looks. eves though us that those who believe '
thangood tine MiMourl towns olrvWy W than facllitlf shall God be;added and all unto these you."things In likewise him and his work may do

". .. .. .. If the energy spent In starch Rod la the controlling power
of material things the Joy '
la lift, for man I* God's
; NEW A GOOD PLUMBERIN utility, or mod of which It but reflection. The humanly wit
for a moment were expanded do
thing lo before my under
A BIG HURRY la quest of spiritual riches,' taking, large or small, la lo seek
REASONABLE COST? which never Chang or fall, the God's wisdom Only In this way
method of trial and error would can one experience the Joy of
-0- give place to dependence oa true ."rre"lntl.r the direction
!1-- Cal, divine Mind, to direct ont, of divine wisdom, nothing
i or want to contract end the results woulc speak for of rl worth It withheld' from

Ihtmtelvet.On ui W* must understand God
big little Job?
a or
may tayi "' base read Mind, only source ejgood ,
THEN DIAL 627-3884 (he Bible tad bar eadttvortdlo h.t :, and claim good,

live by :II lo the best It mylailtrstandlng aol only for ourselves| but for
24 HOUR SERVICE! ; I bare tarrl- all Pies As Mrs Eddy states
Iced for others, hut my lift hat In "Vlenc end lltttlh wills Key

been more difficult than the lo the Scriptures" (p. J7S), "No
MOODYPLUMBINGCOMPANY (llvtt of many who go their owa wisdom I II wise but Ills wisdom

.Mlflth sinful way, It II worth ; no truth Is true, no love
1927 MaInline Drlr IIr Indeed It It worth II pro- I I. lovely 10 lift It Lift hut the

QUINCY. FLORIDA tided on.'. Mollvtt art In *.' dhlDtlao good Is, but the lard
press good for th. have of the Oo l beataws.FA., CkriiUm
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Learn To Swim Loisa Evans' Tau Zetas To Elder Sykes To Lunch Tickets Deed Carroll Jr. Antioch Church Arnette Chapel


Program SetThe Rites Held Present CotillionThe Visit St. James Now On Sale At Fort GordonFORT Lists Plans Church Services .

Service for the late Mri. Lois Soror of Tau Zeta Chapter PresIding Elder C. T Sykei Parent and students are GORDON GA. (AHT. The Sunshine band auxiliary Service at Arnett Chapel A. -'
swimming schedule for Evan well known citizen of Old will hold the Third Quarterly urged to take advantage of the NC) Pvt. Deed Carroll Jr., will meet Thursday 5 p.m. with M.E Church commences, 9:4S
the Jackson Height Learn to Mt. Pleanent conducted of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Conference, commencing, Friday saving which they net by the whose father live on Route 2, Mrs. Ethel Stoke entertaining. a.m. with Sunday School, Superintendent '
win program it u follow I 20 wa S from Incorporated, are happy to announce evening! with the business purchase of annual lunch Quincy, .'18.., completed eight Thursday, 7:30: p.m. The Bessy' Alexanderand
Pint\ cycle; May 2Gth June Oak Monday Grove, April A.M.E., Church.p.m. The that plan are under toward session. All heads of auxiUrles tickets for the '64 and '65 term week of advanced Infantry Senior Missionary Society will Joseph Long Sr in charge.
12th 12:00 12:45: Carter- deceased the presentation of a are asked to be present and during the summer training at the U. S. Army be entertained athe home Teachers and pupil are asked
Farramore Beginners; 1:00 17 following passed and Wednesday extended Spring Cotillion, which will beheld come prepared to read their Although lunches for the Training Center, Fort Gordon, of Mr*. Ella M. McQueen. All to be at their respective post *
April ,
Steven in the CarterParramoreHigh term, 180 day at 30c would Ga., April 17. member are attend. The morning worship services
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Beginner 2:00 report
Illnes A Lincoln
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School Cafetorlum on May coat 54.00, the annual lunch Carroll wa trained In small Supt I announces will begin at 11 a.m. The pastor
8:45 Steven and Carter- Parra- County, Georgia, she moved to 2 1964 at 8:00 Debutantes Superintendent Powell E. for school will '
p.m. that Sunday ticket may be purchased unit Infantry tactic and the that Sunday bring the message. He will ,
Florida where ah resided In
more Advanced Beginner*; 3.0 to be presented at the Voodberry announce 9:45 ;45.00 which mean a savingof use of such modern weapon as will commence, 9:30 a. m. b* assisted by Reverends, Camp.
Oak Grove. She well known school will
commence
>:45 Stevens MM! Carter-Parra- wa Ball are! Mls Jeneane Moore, $9.00 The itudenta benefitnot the M-14 rifle and the M-60 Teacher and pupils are requested bell, McMillon and Jackson
more Intermediate; 4:00: In Chattahoocr.es and Quincy daughter of Mrs. Margaret Preston a.m. All teacher and pupil only by this saving but by machinegun to report to their respective The Junior choir will furnish H>
4:45 St. John Salem, Friend. area where she frequent. ; Miss Vivian Jackson, are asked to report on time. having lunch throughout theyear positions.The the music for both morning and !
lived with member of her family Elder Syke will deliver the The 22-year-old soldier entered
Soutlulde of Rev. and Mrs. Che-
hip, and Springfield daughter and particularly at time\ Youth Department will evening Mi-vice i
Beginner; 8:00 5:45: St. Before she became 111, she tie Jackson; Mine Maggie Bellnight morning message. Sunday at 11 when they would not have the Army in December 1963 meet Immediately after Sunday -, Usher board 2 will! serve. |
John, Salem, Friendship, South. was an active member of Oak ( daughter of Mr. and 'a.m. The senior choir and lunch otherwise because they and completed bask combat school in the church. The Senior Missionary society -1
Grove A.M.E: Church, she wa usher board :2 will serve at Fort Gordon. I
Miss Elaine training
aide and Springfield AdvanceBeginners Herbert Knight; have no money. The finance committee chairman will meet immediately after the f
also interested In the affair 'Jones. of Mr and Mr throughout the day H attended Carter Farramore
daughter '
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; 6.00: 6:45: Carter Annual lunch ticket may be Theador Nealy request morning service In the church. i
Parramore and Stevena Junior of the community, often rendering Will Jones of Chattahoochee: Evening worship will begin purchased the first day of High SchooLConferenco that committee member meet The Amerlaan Woodman will ;" I
and Senior Llfesaving; 7:00: valuable service. Merzell Peterson, daughter of IS p.m. An Invitation U extended school Immediately after Sunday observe their anniversary, 2:30 j
7:45 fit John Salem, Friendship Funeral service was conducted Mr. and Mr*. Robert Peterson, to the pubic to come and themon Lay school \in the basement of the p.m. Sunday The speaker for '
Southilde and Springfield Junior from Oak Grove with the Chattahoochee, MIMI Francis worship with us.Mr If you wish to purchase send church. Very important business the occassloa will b* Rev. A. '
and Senior Ufesavlng. Rev. H. Mitchell In charge Walter, daughter! of Mr*. Marl *. Ola Ervin will entertain- Installment bring or must be transacted H. Hunter. i
Second Cycle; June 15th- AsulUed by Rev. A H. Hunter Gllcreaae; Miss Rutha Bradwell, ,at t home members of Stewardessboard money to principal at Carter- Meeting SundayThe B.Y.P.U President, Shade A very Interesting program !
receive
and receipt
July 8rdt 12:00.12:411 North. and Rev. S. Nealy, daughter of Mrs. Florence Brad- 2 Sunday 1 p.m. arramore In event money is Greater Florida Conference loin states that meeting will will preceded the sermon.

aide, Pin Park} Midway Beglnners The Immediate survivors are well, Miss Emma Curry, daughter The program committee, ,.- for sent Mine.do not end cash because which U composed of the be held 6 p.m. Prayer meeting Joseph Long, Jr., President i I

; 1:00: 1:45 Northslde, Mr. Ella M. Craddock, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Perman I resenting each stewardess it might get lost Please send following district, African will resume, Tuesday, 7 p.m. A.CE. League announce that
fine Park, Midway Beginners; Mr. Thomas Evan, Washington Curry Bernice Williams, daughter board i is asking to meet immediately money order or check. Methodist Eposicpal Church; the League will begin at C p.m. {

2:00: 2:45 Northslde, Pine D. C. and Mr. Eddie of Mrs. Mary Smith; Miss after prayer meeting, Both paren"and"- students Quincy, Tallahassee I Montlcello CommencementActivities Reining worship service at '
Park, Midway Advance Beginners Evans, Quincy, eon*. Interment larion Robinson daughter of Thursday evening. admonished and urged to Perry, Live Oak, and Lake City 6:30: p.m. Sunday School board t
; 1:00: 8:45: Northside. Pine was mad In the Oak Grove ,M n. AltenriettA Robinson; Prayer meeting will be held are take advantage of this opportunity .-will hold ther annual Layman At 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wed- ,
Park, Midway Intermediate; cemetery. SlmmsJacluwn Fun .ddie Mary Gainous, daughter 'Thursday t p.m. to Insure a lunch throughout program Supday at Fountian C-P nesday 6:30: p.m. Junior choir ;
4:00 -4:45: Northslde, Pine eral Home In charge. ot Mr. and Mr*. Charlie Gainou the at such a great Chapel A.M.E. Church, TaUakamee. Announce Commencement rehearsal Wednesday 7:30 p, >
Park, Midway Intermediates; Mary Bradley, daughter Rites Held For year Activities at Cirter-Parramor m. Senior choir rehearsal, I
6:00: 5:45: Carter-Parramore, MembersAt tIMr. and Mrs Selmo BradleyMiss saving the program will convene at April 20, 1964 Monday, 5th Thursday, 7 p.m. :
Stevens Beginner; 6:00 6:45: NFA 11 Rev. S. C. Evan host
Emma Thomas, daughterof a.m. period; Presentation( of Senior
Mrs.
Carter Farramore, Northald Mr. and Mrs. Shellie Thome Jones Planning Meet pastor and Layman of the Talahassee Class; glfta. April 21, 1964. Carrol Stars As r'
Stevens Meet
Pine Park, Midway District
Lifesaving :Miee Gwendolyn Jackson daughter Life chapter end for Mrs. District entertaining.Selmo Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Senior Con-

Junior 7:00: and 7:45 Senior Carter-Pairamore; Twenty-eight member from of Mr. and Mr*. William Elizabeth Jones well known For Swine ShowThe Bradley, District Presid- secration services. April 26, 19. Dodgers Win
ackson MlM Nettle Dlggs, ant and lay leader presiding.The .
"A" NFA Chapter ; citizen of Gretn She died in 64. Sunday Baccalaureate 7:30
Pine Park the Quincy at theAgricultural
Northslde, Midway of Mr. and Mr Ivory meeting wu held public will have a chance '*
Junior and Senior Llfesaving. attended District One Ellminaton daughter Fort Myers, Fla. Wednesday Center, Tallahas- a.m. Formation of Line of Freddie "Big Red" Carroll, "
6th Contest of New Farmer DlfNIIt Mia Lillian Atkins, April 15, following an extendedillness. District to see and hear delegate hat March. 8:00 a.m. Service be- going 4 for 4 at bat, was the *?
Third Cycle; July July with V. L. Elkln,
of Mr. and Mrs. Ivory ee, recently attended and area
17th: 12:00: 12:45: Countywide of America at Northiide High daughter The deceased resided Special Program preaiding gin. April 28, 1964 Tuesday 7JO > star player Sunday against the t
Agent, In
Florida Dlrfrl, Miss Lillian Atkins, with her son and family forlorn meeting Jacksonville, Fla. p.m. Senior Class Night Tallahassee Clowns.l The 4 at
Beginners; 1:00 1:45Counyt : School, Havana, on along with Kenneth L.
daughter of Mr and Mr*. Ira time after the became Several local laymen from April 29 1964 bat *
wide Beginners; 2:00: April 17, 1964. Assistant Animal Wednesday lit Included two home runs.
Durrance,
and this will be in
Atkin, Ml Barbara Monroe, Quincy area and 2nd periods Senior Carroll In
; Chapel. aingled the first
of
Wide Advanced :
2:45 County in University
: Area participated were: ilLA Husbandmen,
3:00 8:45 CountyWide eice of Mr and Mrs. Sam Den- native of Gadsden county Gainesville.The attendance. April 30, 1964, Thursday Com- inning and hit a 323 foot horn. >
Beginners; : : Talent, quartet, horseshoe pitching Florida at
Int..rmedla.teel! 4:00 son Miss Shirley Preiha, daughter she wa well konwn and respected foremost part of the nencement 7:30: p.m. Formation mer in the third Inning, double i
quiz, parliamentary -
4:45: County Wide Beginner; demonstration, tractor procedure of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Presha -, in the community. meeting was the setting of the Mt. Zion Church of Line March 8:00 p.m. In the fourth and hit another J

6:00: 5:45 County wide Advanced driving and public speaking. I : Mis* Patricia Brown Several year ago she accepted new date for the District Swine "rojram begins.It 400 feet hommer In the sixth, *
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Bell Christ and joined Springfield I i II requested that all and walked In the eighth inni
Begtanerei( : 6.00: 6:45: Conw.ten"trom"- the Quincy Show, 1964 which will be heldat Lists CalendarThursday person
County wide Junior and Senior "A" NFA Chapter were: Richard and Mia Jeraldine Wilson. A.M.E. Church where she served the MonUcello Stockyard, wishing to present sward lag Carroll scored three run {
Ufessving; 7:00: 7:45: Countywide Anderson, talent; Arthur This Debutant Ball will be on several auxlliries. Monticello on November 5. This April 23, 7:30 p. '''or scholarship at Commencement himself and drove In three. Hi '
Junior and Senior Life- Walker, tractor driving and one of the molt rewarding Funeral services was conducted date has been shifted from the m. Holy Communion service please inform the Assist- effort won for him, The Player ,
saving John D. Robert, Jr., and Preston affair ever presented Gads- Sunday, April 19, 2 p.m. usual middle of October date. will be held. All member are ant Principal of Carter-Paii-a- of the Day Award." I
Registration will be at theirI'I8pect.iv. Hardin, Jr., horseshoe pit- den County for young people. from Springfield A. M. E. Other important thing discussed asked to be present and come more, Mr. Robert Bryant of Rafield "Dino" Ella picked j
school, ching. Church. were: weight, classlflca-\ dressed for the occasion. same, by or before 4:15: p.m., up his second victory n relief.. I IH
The bualness part of the program The Rev.! J. C, Sander In lon, grooming and showing of Thursday, 5 p.m. choir\ 3 will Thursday, April 30, 1964 relieved C. Porter in thesecond. J
County Wide registration coached primarily of C-P High charge. larrow* to be entered.Mr. stage rehearsal with Mrs. I The public 1 Ie cordially Invited Porter was truck by a .
will be at Carter-Parramor and pennant for each first purchasing The survivors! Re,. Waymon Durrance discussed Feeder Leona Sumpter at the organ. to attend all of the above pitch.
Stevens Schools, District winner and a School Newsby Jones, son. Mr*. Willie P. Jack Pig Program and Sale. His Friday 7:30 the Senior activities. Tim Thomas shared the bitt
famed certificate for all Mcond son and. Mrs. .Pearl Smith,.*iiera. .. talk included marketable pig choir will J'ib. rehearsal I ing honors with Carroll, he
Religion he. to be the reel and third place District winner Mrs. Polly aimms, Mrs. ,which weigh from 30 to 130 All member are urged to att Choir Union went S for ( at bat, K. I enonand
thing to withstand the assault Twenty-three NFA Chapter Linda Dixie tells Akins, Mr, Georgia I pound and the great demandof end. Thadore Price each had **
of Ignorant devotee and foolish -I from twenty center attended Friday night April 17, the thLI Mr*. Melvina William, sales for them to South Flor-i Superintendent, Jesse King three runs batted In They were ;
enemiei. the eliminations contest afetorlum wa* the letting of Mr* Durant Mr*. Mar :Ida feeder announce that Sunday school Meeting Held joined. by Alan Dixion. ;
the annual Junior-Senior Prom- gie Jackson, Mrs. Time Jackson In order that a pig may enter will commence 9:45: a.m. all Stephens Senior Choir The Dodgers was tied in the :
enade. The cafetorium was the Mrs. Helen Jackson tieices. the State Sale, he must be teacher and member are urged entes.l. the musical eight, S all, but they broke j
e avtehly decorated with Roan"carried Jimmie, Paul, Phillip, Alex- 'vaccinated, caitrated-healed and to attend and on time. choir union 4 recently.The program I loose with seven hit* in their Ii theme "Moonlight and decoralions. ander, and Freddie Jackson, wormed. Agent Stephen feel Morning worship service will affair wu well attended half of the eight. ,
out in all furnished the by- Waymon Simm and Will Aklns, that this 1* a chance for low commence at 11 a.m. The Rev.Jereml..h by all (It the 12 members choir. The Dodger cam up on the .
Music WM Income farmer to will the long end 18-8 8-0 *
nephew capitalize on Gee bring The commenced at an sport a
the Bositttet of FAMU. Mr. Jaunita Clayton, granddaughter this program A series of tale menage. The Junior choir and 8 program with welcome extended season record. The Dodger will
The Journalism das I* busy and a host of other will be held a* follow: Junior usher board serving p.m.by the President Mrs. Ruth Journey to Camilla, Ga where
preparing their final edition of relative and friend. May 8- Liveoak, June 18- throughout the day. Porter. The host choir St. they will meet the Camilla'
the LION'S ECHO. Papers wlU Interment wa made in Sprin Madison, August 14, September Trie Rev. T. T. Jackson, and Stephens rendered the first Camels Lets support the home
go on sale Wednesday, April 29.. field cemetery. Slmms Jackson : 11 and November 13- Live- congregation' from Mt Pleasant selection followed by the visit team.
The yearbook staff is concluding Funeral Home in charge Missionary Baptist Church, Tallahassee -
plan for the '64 edition oak.Each sale l will commence a\ will be in charge of service In\boIiaI received Card of Thank

I of the LION'S TALE. Persons Musical 4 p.m. on above date*. Consignment at S p.m. The public is tl'Ollthe members money was f22 4.2 7. The family of the late Mr. j
wishing to purchase an annual ProgramSet t
IJ. will be made through! invited to attend. He will beaccompanied'
o The next business and musical
J. please contact Mrs. V. F.Daniels Assistant Eddie Dixion Sr. wlihec ta express -
County Agent' office &? Ida choir. One
will be held the
program
at Carter-Parramore. A For SundayAn the week to the sale and acknowledgement,
prior of the best \ia the tata. third Sunday in May at Springfield -
few extra copies were ordered. A serle of meeting will beheld The evening worship service with grateful appreciation to
extended to A.M.E. Church Gretna.Cord I
,
The District NFA Contest Invitation I* In connection with this will commence 6:30 p.m. The the friend who tent card, :
:$100.00 JACKPOTAT were held at Northslde high !the public by the program program. public is Invited to attend flower and telegram and with
School In Havana, April 17, committee of St. Paul Primitive of Thanks any other expression of sympathy j
Harry Underwood took third Baptist Church, Gretna to The. family of the late Mr*. to ui In the hour of our J
place In public speaking. Roger attended a musical program Hospital ReportAdmU.lon Knights Win lose Bradley expresses tit appreciation bereavement.

Smith and Jasper Sailor Sunday, May 3, 5 p.m. for kindness shown Signed: The family
took first place In horse shoe The committee feel that April 14 threust Over All Stars I and service extended during

I JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS pitching. These fellow are all they will\ assemble one of the April 20.COLORED her Illness and passing. May The man who know It all ifa
member of Chapter "C", greasiest group of mlaical Sparkled by the brilliant God bless each of you. dangerous u the man who
Mr. V. Hamilton, Mr*. It talented person ever In this James Bennett Chatt; Emma four bit pitching of Lloyd Signed: The Bradley family know nothing.
King Mr. R. Francis, Mr. R. area. Raw!*, Chatt: Sam Hutley, Jr.Quincy Simmons and the timely hitting -
Grant and Mr. N. Whit will Those Individuals are namely ; Gertrude Anderson: by Sammie White and Mack
motor to Miami to attend the Carneat Nealy Dorothy Quincy Willie Henry, Quincy; Roberta, the St John Knightsdefeated
5 BONUS WINNERS Florida State Teacher Association. Brown, Arron 6' rlll Betty Krakine: Robinson, Quincy; Len the Tallahassee AiS".8.bIlIa
WUMama, Mir Donell Andrew ette Walker, Quincy; Elatha score of 4-1
Person of the Quincy area Willie Jeme George, Mrs. Lanier, Quincy RoM Dasher, Star found the going
REGISTER AT who are Interested in the Sum Grace Gunn, Lewis Stewart, Quincy; C. L. Oliver, Havana; rough aganist Simmons who
mre Swimming Program may Mrs. Mary Riven, Mr*. Dorothy Margaret Wlteoxaon, Havana; didn't allow a Mt until th* 3rd 8pJ91,1OoR HIAtTn.
register with Coach Holt before Ann Davi and Alfraiie Bobble Mae Robinson, Havana; inning. He struck out twelve ,
JITNEY JUNGLE May 1 at Carter-Parr Cloud. Leada Williams, Havana: Love All Stan while walking only 3. ..

more High School, Monday Christine, Gretna; Ore Barnea, Their lone run came in the 4th ixsaa, t MA
COUMAX.
( BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY through Friday from 8:15 until Motor vehicle license in Flor- Tallahaasee." inning when he walked the first fj
415pm.: Registration fee ida passed the three mllllo two batter that he faced The
6:30 P.M. SATURDAYI I will be $1.80. Classe will bt mark for the first time tad I Despite. the crack bout budg next batter hit a ground ballsharply Readers Are Asking i
would be better
i conducted at Jackson Height year. This wa four per cenover eta, most people behind second base
Swimming Pool. the preceding year. off If they stayed on one. that was knocked down but a lfare/ .
lw eared Is dental make Ow
5 play could not be made on the Ciy CiVCIJt er X-ray
U oliraye fatal of over-radiation almost negUffcble.
hit Thi enabled them to make
their one and only core.. Amazing stride have been Today mot dentist led
I The St John Knight lead off made la the control and ewe of the frequency of X-ray: steels ;
at the plate wa Mack Robert many type of eanotr. When to a mMmam amlie there an iBnamal
IS FOR and Sammie Whit who both cancer to detected ia Its early dental. ntedi ler .... I
collected three hits"- in four trip tare*, the frequency of core la e e .

to the plate. Robert hit twoIngle much greater than t* commonly! AArgleChlUrea |
I ( and i triple driving In known te the cancer-fearful
White f. B sale tar aJbrofe *MMr. jto
the fin two run collected ipopulace.
three single in four tripe Rtaabaotatelly te plate the tNII eteatUVven _

P to the plate. ,. false to belie --.t -
The victory wa sparkled bya f-- ,. that ean- thoet den who wet .
PRINTING total effort with all member oar to Inevitably b areato be aDergta t* eggl !
contributing to their. fullest c) fatal. have s well net
I Ratter than live meaalee :: tojett {
)
I I The Knight take on the are constant Uoa. ThU to particularly: aTgnlft :

,strong Moultrie team, Sunday fear of the cancer cut Mnce the vaccine ttad ?
20 19U at the St John
!April that you eontalne an egg protda :
ball park.Hawks *
Knight
Dr CUemaa probably do not
Allergic acuitlvtty aunt Ml

LETTERPRESS ,I have, consult deprive children of the benefit?
Defeat :your pfcyridan If any symptom o( tom imI Uos agalmt a die:

penteta.e ease each M neealea wbick':
: Moultrie TigersThe e e stun can have nrlcoe eonspoca.:
\
hoes Tour physlclaa ctaoold bt'
rr-tae4 I'tae
Hawk defeated Moo)- mad of ...
aware any mod or :
p*:.: ,trie Sunday by a score of 7-J It it *V. tor eory&orf to Jig ta vere allergy to tn er to tilt:
behind the fine pitching of I. TOinrtreo' trfloe, even before
olwtaneea
I Jerry HaiL Hall allowed only tvttk keel... buff toJWrm tPieesiu'laiil sedan to any kmouDti'*
undertaken
I OFFdSETSales 7 bits and. struck out 15 Tiger cabin and available
ia his victory. oxygen make It extremely Gamma globulin grwa at the
Ii I The following player bad safe for almost everyone to time of vaoctnattoo wo further-' :

one or more hit, John Avery travel by air. There are a few reduce the poeRtbfflty of reae.

,lucks, Ed Earth, Ed. Williams, pedal medical reason whyone Uoa to the vacctaa.. .. ,
Hawk e
John Dixie and the people should act fly. Patient
Oscar 'Scottie
,puck hitting ace Mfrertnf a recent heart 00-4 r.- :

Literature Leiter Heads t Jonea.'Havana will play Ichouwav atHavana I attack sewn anemia er some. .Do uS c >Urm eAe keWcroMed
I Sandal April 16. The rang condition* such u enepbysema rwuIt..umat04* used. ewyery

game will be played ia toe atonM have the specRoconsent that more than
Business FarmsG" Hawk park. Gam time S.-OO of the physidan. cases to per teat of all ehf chIt with
I of impaired circulation and re- -ao..d eyes' ewe be eared **
teat abdominal wrgery caB for benefited without
Present wrgwy.
Seniors ateuar eonsultatlon. with the
'Tags and Labels I doctor. Tftto to particalarly tree V
medical treatment .
School sad,
Gift To When fJrtag; to abeam y eur.daM
are begun a* ama a* they
under dee and
11-.1 The "64" SenIor das el cetfary eandltlon .. noticed Tke ....
other urasiuU physical drettnsfiivea. -
Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service ''la Carter-Parramor a short presentation High School rere- pedal laetnetioai of ties course for gtajM, drpwdnt sad aurgcry to.

!'!mosey, Monday April 30. pre- to the awAcal erOcer at the airport Judgnxnt of the oa the
arated to the school, law furatture br: year owm doctor wa be eye pedaiet
627-7649 to add to tile beauUflctloa *-, followed to the finest detafl.e who. Dr. C.lmbtfer era...
........
of the school. The activity e e tc eeeSee MJseide4
took place' on the bwa at 130 *, ae trill we tmtnf
p a. with HolUc Hamilton Deatel ZOUy feeatfo.e w A4e esuee _'-
I iclsta vice president, JIftUc IIII AN there ef *aera. fe repeeled ever ,...,. end .... .,
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES I| The highlights of the program X-rey tumimitloti _/ ere eewere! Mem. AUn.

,were the presentation speech 1M teeth? row fetter .. Dr. Ceiemea t.
by Walter Campbell, president T>* tow time expaean ef ease e/ Sate r....._,
of the tU *. accepuxe, Mr. V. (0 UK =lag VattiKM Braakaia laOI -
15 South Madison StrHl )ID. lUmlKoe, principal; and e I
\dMUratery prayer by Rev X. L.
Sheppard tounttiot lat boys


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CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCT. .FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 83, 1M4 PAGE TWKNTY-ONI":,

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A1'5TRIA VC.NMEN.MATIIN NOTICE "':'t>&R FICTITIOCINAMB .It Smith Fryer, oeo...... ..lIdl.... Tho I..tall.uoo shall
Colts LAWStle T. All Crtdltor and Poroon .b. eomploto with all nor o..arI'
I CLASSIADS I* bortkri'.n thai. the Ha.ln. Claim* *r ttomaadiAnlnai dirt a.d roala0ro.sae ,
Fl,* Immortal componr .ad.nlinod, desiring I* **rf* Bald. &.....; automate: control Wusical(
fllrauM, Moaart. BoothiWaan.r ...;: In bualntiM nndtr th* fUrtMminam. Yon and ..... tf you art banby Plan.. and aptilfliatlon/ will $acts iil1d10JWhoa /
and of SLIVER CITY IRON nollfl.d and .
;.f" rqulrd t* pro- h* villaol t" lnt.r..l bidder
gold and II iramm ,. At SERVICE at Cbattahoookoa.Florida. nut any olalmi and dmanda at tit* off If* of the f ipoi .in
official ..M.* mlnlod ky lbs ADCIrian ; Inlind I* r.*I..., Oho a'hlih you ar olth.r of you, mar ld.nt of Puhll.- luitrn, flooD.
Iroaaury, Hpoclil offtr: aid oatno with tk* Clark of tko hart walBit the tatata of R.Si. ..- Court flumes Qulnny, Florida
sold coin M dollars aploco, ill Clroult Court .l 004,0.. County a rryor, ./ / ItoMl* Bmrlt :M. plan d.poill will b. rtoulrtdContractor
'\ vor, t* dollar I purl. Idoal sift Florida Fryir ........., lat. of early bidding in tin
MRENT: FOR SALE For tk. col*. ...II.. tor .. mule /iRodn.f C. Wind h.", Cunty, Uoorala. lo th. Count] akovo projtot will ,.. nqulrid
.
1100 I .... ..,
bond ko<-k IT s -. RODNEY C. WINDHAM J.di. of ttal.d.n County Florl t* furnlih a kid bond In tbt
,
r.ordir, MIfylnc wM. n in April I. I. II, II 't da 01 hi* off IF. In th* court 1 amount of not )... thin fir* pircent
," 'r dmir44 t '. Vit'MvUl hone* of of the bid which bondihtll
NMTt on. tnnw kodreemim 1952 Willys Sedan I Ia: .f.g, V>-nn*. till",.... r.d..rt- 04''TICS TU ORaUMTpHBKbOHIDA Florldi said. withlat County at/ QulnOF coJ.< b.o th* form ofotlf

Cor $..... .n* two bed i r taaia I Adlria. r'l "Pi rTATUTM ndar. month from the time I.r'a cluck, o.rtlflod chtrV .r
am kom* for lit.01 pr month Rebuilt 4', sv jr |:isinnir-t, I po.oaa', .In. the Cnnft of th* County or th* first publication of bid bond s',IU." b; a reputatlti
.
1 4. Onr s p. l n',. II ".1O.d.do. County, Flor
wIek MItak.d. **k floor, in* Ida In Probates thin IIOU". Two ...,1.. .t look and ootptabl company, madt
.Ik and kltcki aad all nodr clam .r demond shall b* la the
In of
Estate I'.tt.
_y."I...... T B. FUlchor NAOMI r ANDERSON writing. and .h.1I atoll lb. plkci Hoard Publlo In'trVollo""alIf
irr.niboro Via, Phone HI I- 199. Dod ot roaldeno and pool effle ad Flatokar. t'balrman
Till or HI I.till. T* AU Crdltr and Periont dro... ot oho claimant ... Tht uoc.Mful low bidder will
FRIG1DAIRE .h.11 b. sworn t* by th* claimacrompanlod b* r.qulrod to furnlib ptrformino -
DomandtAaaJntt
}laving Clalmi
FUR RENT Tw hodroomoM. 856-5453 or sdt, hi..nI and parraant bond In
< Will Milt furnlih.d ornt.r.l.hsd. .... kid KtlatttV. birohr by = flllni'V./of\ the .m..n ot 0.. brndred p.rrent .lion. Amowt Mnrl
and ark of *
booat.d on ports. I nolUl.d*and required sea ar!. pro. 'ono dollar and Cork olalm .r of th* contract prlc*. witha Seamed U .. tht ,plan*In UJ?. !
itratt I block from Otori WItunro :' demand not 10 fd| ball b. .ur.', *omp>ny *o .ptabl to fry -
Icnool. Fhon II7-JUI. sent any clalmi and dimaadt Void' the wnr, b.tor the award of ho was |uil sad s nl( yriW \ Q

U 1 ZENITH which.pan, or ollkor of you, mar I ".,1" "r,.,. J,. th. ....,r.... Th* ",).!*., 01 .. knew II,
of Naomi
bar .In.t .
the titatt
I Ai Ancillary ti.mitor of The ...., .**..... Iki. rlthlI .. .
roR RENT I lurnli .. Aadoreon. ._..d. labs of the ..1"1.( p..f.0td-s "...1- / '/'
ipu-tmnt upitalr Uchti aid laid I. unty, to tbs Countr Juduf ,. Mo.il UK Will and Tuttmint of rjct any and all bid. ..pm.nl frets tK. horp.kh.0d.. t
n..to, furnlih.d 80* .t II N. (ltdidtn County, Florida, at I. rry.r. ./k/" Hotaloamltk BOARD JTt' btC: INHTRtlC-
!It.. of rail MAin T- il7 I'' I SERVICE kit offlo In the curt houit of Prior d o**>id TION, COUNTY Al Ik. turn .1 Hi* f!? rust publication "\A\RII>A
April *
(054April
T V SERVICE aid within County ill calondar at Qulncy.month Florida from, p, 101, || ItriOTICM K:. tlATTBHTl. I rt.STCII. CIIAIRII41t II .......* sooty child vni

... ..... Uamlng t. .ploy the pine
f
A R AN th* time tha tint publicationof
..... TO Hr.ATl.NdCONTRACTHIUI M l< UAI.KER.lUCfRKTAHY Gu. Onhwln Ih.
of
FOR RENT r- tbl. notlo. Two oopl.i ,
Stewart Young's ..... claim, or demand tkall ... ArtVKRTIMBMKNT FOR RIM : Apr 11 tl. 10t tempeesr, lwrn4! .l Mn.ighb.rhe.d *
HACK'S RADIO ft In wrllln*. and skill tut the d.tu.t bid. will b. rtoolred NOTICE' FOR BI" "eitkelssd. I
until
Modern S Bedroom infonhhrd place of roaldinc and post of- I98t AM. > baled bide will b. raotlvtdy
Located InOnplci TV SERVICE 'loo addron at Ik* oUlmaaU and I. 1114, by h'* Wtdnooday.o dd.n Mar th* Board if County Co_ .'''"-by Interring; 0 coin
Apartment. tot Bo.. ,...- hall k* worn I* by ih. claimaooompanlod Hoard of Public Inatructlon.County ml..I...." of l.did.n County i end fllwtng the' Itm
it 711 W. Winhlni i 0an "I. at.nt, 0' .tterna, and i'uurl blouse, Florida up t* it :clonk A. M. *
I... Within walking dl. by a fillet fit of tor the furnUhlnn Quincy and, to.l.tislion Florida: ueoday, May :, Illl an th* rill. I with hit Ongosi Oil Ih*
I ono dollar and turk elilm or .1 lowing HOIK far ",. by the & ", .vln* key*.
lane* .f ibop. Khool and CAPITAL PEST CONTROL a 0omplelo h..tlne plant
... ..
demand not to filed .11 Hid and Hridi* Dipartminl for
In tho ::! 111'
ilom.moking 4
ell arcb.*. void Hulldll't .t CV"I.ITh. ,'
a Hi month period heclnnlnaMay
Ih..n
hat Control Ttriill III.h Ikboo6 1I..na,
CIaM A. dhtptrd, rlnrldoTn. I. 11111Sum f vrilll Pienola l lIt
Call 27-7161.. during kuilneu C..... Hit ... Aa .xocutrlE of the tail Will I. Normal' Portland Con- *
hour. *r I2742M. .,.. mob r..t.mb>. and Testament of Naomi An- .lit of boating* pleat shall eon- trot. ltd ,.I> Clio. A Mil .pleyr .pion* .pole b*>
n alr-h.ndlln
'.fI''', d......4 bt kulldini ..unit In It.m'. Concrete Pipe I* 4 fontItnttha cmlng ""*...* itgulor." ,
,
or I p.m. Coil T.I1oIl_. Fit. Flint publication April I, till will a fin '* kapump R.lnforood T d> Udelivered .
unit looatod oulildo thi A .pbyoe'e pra5.t1dossOupe
OARDNKH
IISHIRTS : A UNKIgulnrr ._ Qaote and yard
COLLECT suti Bank Bnlldlnf .. 0" the toll..ln .1.... > rmi In being *bl.

REAL Qulney. Florida It". In' IIS". I4". to llilM I* "".w" S pi.< <. .
HOME MITE 1IS-143 April 0. 15 II 10 40 tr', *nd 41'.
lh..ld ivnd Oslo .
ESTATE5u OFFICE IU.'''' atONE ''IN All hems mutt b. of iiiallujual (
Vu TUB 'IRCIT.I'RT OF : .
to or honor than riorlil wvrklnf II ."t. And! *lfamily
THE BOOND JUDICIAL CIR-
Ct'lT OF TUB.. BTATHI f" e oAts Road opartmnt kptoll. ....*-......r., I"'.

FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADl OIItlono. fun wll. .. .
Hide are t* he sent to 'III plcliiul '1
INSURANCE meN CUll HT" nttl!<. of ih. Clark of Clrauourt. and ilngi lhlt I' rAmnk.

STOP IN No.CHANCKRT....11 gulnor, Florid and claamaratd .' ....... fevuh.l'I
,.
U and TUB CITIZENS end SOUTHERN Snider-Welis I 17 ... Did"Tho I
Hoard r..rn th* Hlh
PANTSLAUNDERED NATIONAL RANK a National t* r.|.ot any or ..11lId...
For All Your Hankies In.tltulo chrt.r.d INC. IUVVIN HAVK. O1JCHKn
nndir Ik. lawi of the 17111.0Illl.e
.
I uni) or rcMrdTT fNm.MIKNIONICRt
oC Am.rlra "'Salt with Snrlci That : OAI< IDa.N
SALE Fishing Needs FUntlft I
FOR COUNTY rLOHIDAAllVl
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AlwaTB SatUflei"TELEPHONE April It tad II ..... I' ]
'HOUSES'FOR FLUFF DRYREPAIRS Lake Talquln RoadW. JOHN UAB WILLIAM WILUAUKind, kl. DOROTHY wlf, 627-7UJ Bird-Watching/ and You

I D. Hirt.lt S. Roberta IL .'..... NOTIC.HOTIt' .
NOTICE OF Colt P. 0. Dots 411 I
TUB STATE OF FLURIUA ..dtr the thorltr* hereby of rlv.o and 1101 tom I b Ui1..Kt.n .paiwdlt. llrdt *f*
SALE --- u Tot Jokn William, who. r**|. QUINCY. FLORIDA .
and pi Unco with, the prrlilon -ywhote.. T. \he mud "Mich, leek lot ...

McCLELLAN AND RIGHTS dine Buffalo I. Now ill llh York Btrmt. .r. eutl.n ...n.' aed ooMlon k. p>*<*.-_lil w..dl. Conerct BlockHOUSE ALTERATIONSMORROW Ark.1b. .. ..141 .t the Cede at (iMIMSr0q .
t-Bedroom I Senator MeClellan (D. .
TOO ARE HERESY REQUIRED ....... lamtpi ...... atnabfetww V, wood IOr
tilt of Qutor. .
.. warned hi. colleiguei of to fllo roar ...... or writtn Ladles Come In to :I'r
tbs CI17 Cemml..lse of oily sd ..... k Clon. dwlng utyrtito*.
and chavjot" difoniia. If aay, In tbabove *
"eonfuilon IniUbllltjr I 1111 held _
Snider Wells and 701.110 hmring al
if refutt to lend the proo dln> will the Clerk SIO tlork P. M. llo'lllr
.... roof they of this Court and t* ..,.. a on
sob noon o ..b. DRIVE IN I civil rights bill to the SeniU thirtcif *..... the Plaintiff copy at- learn how to win d. if Mar, less at tht Clir Hall r

near Sawan Club Judiciary Committee. torniy, who. mm and addr.il i. Qulnrr, Florida, on tha applMtlon -
CLEANERSHOMES appears h.r.on. 0" or lI.t... the $25,000.00 and a trip of UHKH-CUWARLi a
$550' The Senit It to far con CL) for pell pormliilon tnalruM
r_ Name A .....,... tittering only the motion to I day The of situ Miy,.,nl Illl thus prooi.ctlnf to Miami by entering ui* and oooupr II**.- 511 I I'e

Call Lewis E. Porch I take uph.* bill. The Dixie kilnaa suit for fortoloiura on the famous Pillsbury .cork.allots psee eattl for 5ov.rnmenl and swine I.

I. fo...... It It believed will le a d.ncrlliid mortgage..i. the followlne II in* :: .brand km*.:: \
MAIn 7-8770 I properly thin and General Electric p1r.ml.m
thli com to a vote.ABC. and being In Qadadon County,. ih* ,4f nTHKRIDWARlJHlt. 1"' 1
A I th* rtorhrard* / Aril
u I Florida lowltlRrtin Bake-Oil Contest. Qulney IA........ Company Op l .rlracl birds to pM' .wngud
at a point IIIII
Ent end II foil hr.of Come and get WmWaehingtoa .tr.... 0450i- '4' fr're.y ..........Off<
II,. Norlb..., Corner of theN.rlheot your U,, Florida, fr wwodpKiMt. crooo-
FOR BALK Hou.o. Mad Into ...sorter.V the .ntry blank and full Thl 14th der *f April Illl
two ap.rtm.nta. 7. 0000.00.. Northw.it Quarter, of K..- CITY ('OMNIMallUP l THBUWNiY t .n, cKk di end m t-haMtn
down. Owner will flnanct bal- lion I and th.nc ran Cut details. Contest cloees 'ITT ':; FLORIDA fl. '.y essled ..cw5 hemp. -' .'

ant*. Contact m'ZlIm.: Walsh { + f FENCEINDUSTRIES Till foot th.no run bulk Of M HINHONMirorOommliil.ntr snooty sssd wi'tIIIr8d....
Phono MAIn tS 4f foot lb.... run WootII May 3htl!
tl foot thono run North ATTEiTfJ -ors. 050w Masse ....-..

ElnasberryGreenwood III font to tk. point of hoinnlnr. F. ROM old kxl*. wMi 0 drip Mtk ssoO

FOR SALE Bout*. Low '----Ii :Ta 1 aorw. raid more lot or,0nlalaln i.e.1 : NEW APPLIANCES Clerk Flout of of ike ik.City City at tVmmlMlo. and* M old. botk.t .....wilt pies. those |
Bedroom
I being In Ih. Nnrlhoul QuarInr ih.r.of Apr II IINOTICE It rh* ihoKsw. moving woos they |
Down Payment Lw of the Norlbwa Quarterof 1- Model Jill CB N*. Hi.. i....M .Mill'I 1501

Monthly Parmtnt. Flnaws faction I. Town.hlp I M.d*1 II lark I will MI kt rt.Bontlbl for

lag Already An.n,." Norman NO North HanI Wool od*. rr Onli sop ..... I....".. kr **r*.. JP
MrMllIan. 101$ Mil- andSunset don County Florldi I taar that mraolf. .
JOINS an,1 ORDERED: at Rang. $138.00with .
Mr* i. Hall
U .
soils Drlr*. .,, Oadodon Flor- I Florida
dan gulnrr.
Acres MONEYDOWN till I dar ef April lilt rtnorabl doors I Apr II, II, It. May f 4NOTICW ,
KPUI! FAI'R and all lbs lkr lalwlfcdnrml
CLERKRCUIT COURT T) fRKIXTIIHI OffVr..... hose.-ll'i M Mtf

aItIll: ::4t.'a: :t.i CLARK PLEMMONS Byi a/Doutla. n. CUt Cur TAtltXRWH Nw M4tl I In the FIXtltlDA Co.., BTATI'TB of th* 1',only wish. Nr.P.k milk Writ Ik" *

Phone MAin Mill H.rry bl. Hobb.1" CI rmUjr-HI I Jodie, Oadldin Oenntr, Florida, Awes Ski I soy ywt milk In! 4)

Aitornir' at Law rr Only In ihato. ".. IlllBUICB.T beN' ....* M fotto fill.*".

I. lot Mtdloon ntrtit I. ra Ii.t.I..n --- Tampa, Florida Refrigerator $148.00 J. LUTBK, ..
MALE I UP TO 36 MONTHSTO April I, II, II. II It with kU th* I....' ,... 110...... Item p..rlng ip*.l end it
r. All
Credits .
and foraoa CMI i. Slid, rhwM, Dpl. P.
IN Tllll CIRCUIT COURT tor | tart "
Havlnf t'lalni .. txmaad
HELP WANTED LEONMOBILE PAY THE!: KI-OND: JTMCIAL CIRtlllT I- 14. It '". *apllrniMrO sow A..,..., laid. KilatllTo (" rbitj. Pork, Mm*. Vow robed gilkxiW

Seweraf* Plant Operator OF FLORIDA CYUkir'IN AND CI and oarii ot row ar* biro S heoty .....1Ie _f. .......,...
FOR
f FREE aAlWDKN .r "..lrI.. and ..
train ESTIMATES r lrd M pro Md IntlnKlkMil f
tUIng *
HOMES .o''I'A. rr Only ,*nt any llm..* and .........
High School Gradual CALL IN CANCERT: CARE NO. I-TI Washer $159.9 .alok per. or tllhor of r... may _,. a wo.M.rpr..4 badhoes
II to 44. Sal. fferrk EARL U VANfB and '. lava aiilntt tkt taut ., Rlvort: M U nilmjMi.wM. M ..-1aoI
ANITA U VA>I B, milk aU lbs latent f.*> 4. lAtin, dooooMd. Solo of p.14 .... lv y...'. kM.IIONB .
Apply In Penon kuikaad and wlfa ... ., .. *r | *.
....., ':ounir, I Ik* otuntr J d** of
CITY UTILITY DEPT. Now Moo. VtrUtl 627-8661 y.. Flalnllfffc 1- O.R. Onlf Usd.d.n Count, Florida, at kl. wadi .. -Ioftt I i
Girdntr. Coneor. 8twrt.
offir.0 Ih
oourt bored of cold
North Adam Street Nice clean UMd TitlUrt WARREN LANs.d Record Player $39.95 ognir' ol ....1..', Florida, wllkla .
Florida OHNELIA LANE
Quincy. I. oalondar ....,... front Ik.
r and ir Wide al.Dofondaal
tuikind end wlfa t flr 8M.i*. '
-'- lIme ef Ike first prbll.sl/.s ..5Iii. 1
$A1.10000N-WANTIID UP. NOTICE TO ANIWKR, .... ...... ,"J.. T. ...1.. .t 0504 ANn onuicnicii: *i
iKll'Nirr, for full limo Raw.I.ISh W* Irtd lot furnUur *iinylhlnj ,TUB TATK: OF FLORIDA '1'0JA"ft .1.lnt or ....... .k.ll be I. ulnor, Florid Ibis If .., ..tApril VITAMIN AND
BuilnMi In uulnir or K: *i nlu. JdMKfll: ANItHCHNERT writing asd .hall Gale She A. I). Illl.rAU HEALTH FOOD SERVICE
Jackson C... Product..oid hors IN\'ISIRLE RCWEAVINQ .. JIMFIMI, WIIOHK: REPIUENI'EAND : USED APPLIANCES p0.os' 4 I ... a.d post sfflnadios. C' '
over 40 ,.*,.. Car aocoiaarr W* HT KOOL SEAL .. at t.. .1.1...." sedb. kdwRauy/ flpwlal 1)11 and
N* cih lvilmont rotjulrrd make hole, rut. lean and 41"'AIII'II'RICII", AM AFTER INQUIRY 1'11.1.'IFNT .... ..., I. hr ". .111.. I lark tlrtml Court ....111I Foods

For p.raonal interview write U. S. 10 M mil. weal *lTalqulo burn dltapMr from dantied I 11I11NkNIIWN.111fT WIKXM AT.7IHNcyr 1- O.K. ::\ hl. ssool. ': ails.. and .....d.* I'ountf, Florida
Haiti Manator Rawltlah !tAl>- Inn.TallabkiMtw I OF ItCrORU ARk, 69.95 50001.4 by ftller lee .t Mr l>oula* Hiur, l 0, "Mia. Ad,., a."... OwnerHI
111-101. Apr I, II, II II farmenU and fabric. OICOR'I' N. JAHN AND IIRNRYK Dryer. Only $ ..* dollar and ..... .1.'", of Apr II, I*. Nip I, I: 41 W. Him Si Pk. IIM4JI
I .tow tmd sot t* filed .... k. I
Florida Bar four damaged gars IM.II.-MAN OF III BETHOUIRUILDIMU with bilk d kl Tl... \1 Htrrir

MAN WANTED: I* tupplr Raw. menu kr having th.. In- IJA, MIAMI" FLOHITo !. priers .M41Uk Nellie g Ulin Nollr, It horokr !IV.ob.*/ !I
lillh Produota to ooniumin In $111 Wnl T.a_ lhrMb*.t A..aortrl./. Tool Wilt lks t Mr Comml. lun of Ihalf
Quiner or part Tallahaiioo. Oood visibly ..w..... Fair prIMa and slob of poe are l.0.by lo 1- U.K. D.l.uWasher l ... T.........' of Blblrt I .t .."....,. Florid will bold. .
time t* oiart. Wrltt Rawltlik Phone HM5II notified that Lomplalnl ...1.., dumped ,uhli .....In. M 150 ..ol.kP. I Qulncy'i Finest
and .... .
prompt aorrlr Mba forarlooo ,. ..
a .1. "* u '
FAC-llt-ll Mtmphla, T.na.Mar. only $ 59.95 rlr.l April ", lift ... .. Uo. loll dot of Mop
II, 14. Apr. I, II Audrey Rear**. Ml heel oho looaloa fallowlnad.Kirltxd proper.ir Milk lU ... IA ... vtji": ill, at ik. i'Mr Hall I* gmi,
In Uadadt Couaty B ***arf wMta
"i Allvrntr for Bit trl I..In. I. Pt.rlb .* Ih* prupnolclun olholkor REPAIR SHOP
___ Florida .
I hag St! Qulner. Fla Pa. uwiltCommen.o MmkaaMoora.r >.*... tk
IIT-741S. U al feet 55dllltm g. .', '1.1.. Ckwur II loan bolos tfiiordlniaioa I
Bottlon It Tow.ellp *
of .
1'1 1'1T. I Nortk, Ron*. I W..t. ..,..,..... i Apr It, II. 14. ..., t '1''01.01.. 05 .onli' 1 of lb.. .t.,"...deof I Located at New
of ,.
HELP WANTED FARM WANTED I Itf .
,... tbon0. North $4 fast, I II TMB CIRCUIT t""T up fl-tiroot
I' Florida '1"' I*
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Ikon. Woot Itt fot I ,bo 0
- ** m VHS kifOND jt'rn MEN AND WOMEN. trade .pp..*.. Ill sores. (M point .f ".'nllin., ".... l.t'IT OF FUllttOA IK AND parking end 14-11 loadinf| tl Ik, ,soma* lad o.lntorllnn ot Wostern Auto

from said point of koflnnlncra Mat other woilir r.- roll flAIXr.KN WIJIIT"/ .dlnoHKoa l'lir of "ftl..,, Floes
and pack Poaches and Vetlablva. beef taltl. Bldff ulnpart- H."III III foot &...... I IN CMANCKRT: .
Ids Hull' b r.poal.d In /M* as.l
Im'mDIImJlO'I'I" Will I* t.*.. Asses* Boulk Uigoralotrt and rang* laBOOM NO. Storo
tat Fall **lla- trot
Mk'MMF p.This
bo- IlitWynnes
8.a nal work I* coats foot
11 ftol Ikonn
I ...
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of I.
Itlk Aril
tram Jar .... Hum
raetorf. DftcripdJa, prlc*. I* point of b.tlnsiae. Midland. THELM BLACK,
.
|ln around Mar lat .1 lt.*t., lying and kiln $70JO | hits 'omMl.ilon ol Ik Cllfof
bras first letter with IuD Mnrtc Flalallff "ftl..,, ri,.rldaHr 1 West Jefferson St.
In th. C..*ty of Apply Ia nciMi to Bam Par FLORIDA TO STATUTES rnrDiTong ... add Hal* of Florida policy. !IALTI* ....C.. E. W Mror-Co|li** * ... aid
boa fllod Malnai .
ton kl Slat Fanner Market W. FAGAN .f.*.. tbs. Court of Iko Cotf ro* Sri kortky ,....,... I. *.r.. NOTiNED rsedut 415.051. I LAWNMOWERSBICYCLES ;
Qadodon J
Croats Florida. Don'l lory.! out Nw (.1'ilea
IM Terry SL.It I* Prokata. a onpy of your an.w.r or ploed- IN TMB NAMH IT TII. CI.0k o< I Itf *f Qrln.y and I t
Qubcy. Inge I* th* rmplll .n theplastlffe' Iemc. c..... ,TATS I'F FI/iBIDAl
,. .
In r*! 11: .( Mrvidagla 'ink of City oHinliol'
Ctllle. Fir .ttra. *. OotU*. Too i.-h, III Ol"'' :
la.r.0f I* II
,
: II
Barry r.Iar"
Apr. If. U tl Apr. > 19 U 81 DouotMd' Nhlr.ra, Awpes l'al.l.. F. u "WJ1Ir.ID9 your horn. IM IMMO r,......*, (..11. Apr
,
fl.. II, Tlltkaoa Florida a adt
T. All lr Crodltar I.......* lid binaad.Atalul PoroonHt .. fllo tka oriainal **.wor orpl.dlc e.oepl h.athq ..qutpsaLt.1. Too ... ....., 50/0.1 hat 0 OUTBOARD i

Bald & or..III I* tk. offta at HI. ... 0/ ..... aaJof suit fur .1..... boa .... flied MOTORS
,.1' 1 ._ of Clroult: Ooort of ...
--'---' -- ---- 1. lID se.lna I* Iko etro.rl ,1"I. j
".r.To.*, *notlflod*d ash and.f ro* set ladod. no...", ,.1...... .. ., and .....u eppUaac" kr poll Tkilm. Bl*.k *.d ,.. GIVE

FMOlrod.. .loprooonl kofer Its boil d..f MayIII pttaablDq nUdrVCol are ..,*, .....1... t* fill wKb APPLIANCESOur
any tlilmt and ...... any SMALL
...
.
.. If fall M, y.df.nint .
WELL DRILLING you ik* Otrk of Mid f.wrtrut. pa r
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.,
Help Wanted! mIMI ro onkoe. of rov, nainavo ky doraolt will ka ,.....1 nTOttMd) OT flfJdiliOBfllel .* ..,.... .If ..,. I. 110
ualnal Ik .t
iut Uarrf ...., tile rollaf ..
yo* for Mill of Complaint aald On/t,
ComptotoLla P. Clark, ditoaood, late .f aald wtrIa9 oar hn>.. Ton Shop Will B. t
rttrarlng a In Tkl.otic
Aandod lOs CoiplalL
SALESMENMEN of Doming Pamp Is*: 'r.ladMon...,. i(.....Is.. .,Comir. Florida ld, ..kl.iffloo ..( ,. .kail b* pkll.kd M*>. I' ctm Mt to wroe
Ham. M IrrlgatiMk. .. at web wool for her III *>*oo* I I ike plaintiff ...,.,., w..... Operated by '
(...., al lao ooort kouio of sale .tl.* wk. U Tie 0.....* thing. .. *.w.n. adds_ I. u ..., w.k.../..
Qalnoy 111dq Ilk-
WOMENHANDICAPPED TERRYROSAHARDWARE I. Cie aloadar .....,... 'rote( ,.. c.: ntr: Tiw.oiKi iRfirRED it ( ... and duties fags 5.00 4. golaey, .ll1H.r.:
f and
or lie,. ol tk first h'// rfwa M.y ll. R. B. "RhPALMER
olhi
pvklfatlo .y, Pi.rlds Ik I. I* day of BM AJ'"T" fall aot or a l_'.* Pro (...
CO. .01'-._Tm..s.i.... ... of mobMaim AD. lilt.IF foaa .lll k. ....,.. *(l....
or .11 b* I*
1121 SotUk M UM U.TallkkMM .rrttlnr tad .h... tiato Ik. ,Ia.. A I.Iavdvia Harnork yo. .. .*.4 **". CANCER ....u.,.. .. OtdOP .,.r"',
orRETIRED .f roaldonoo and past ffto. adlro of ."...." Omr *f
*. FVMtda of lbs .1.1..... and Hullo n.....* totr, r....... 14 *.rl4 .ttiirU Mn.., In*
PERSONS tll-UOT IMPlumbwf awora. to br Ik* tlala .at ., ./ D**,.a* 1 ....,. IA C. I' BRICK HOMES i .idl .. ttmf .*. /lal .. .5.
Ii. *.oL :* al'ora.y and a*, Apr It. tai /0. Mar t t) SOCIETY ro1,00 lo*.... *sly I doilaMklo4
GIVEN EVERY wmpaiitad IIIIns ft of .
aw.dollar "*.. ',..11 r Kao? .r
and Soil .(aim or ........ I N'T/'R Tt.J "'REDIT(114/ COMPLETELY FINISHED I 11'-:101, slotal.., .ore
CONSIDERATIONCALL aot o* filed ....n ko **ldlMalllo FLORIDA rrATirrcnI I ,. 5 An.trls. M. ......" '
n. ("..rk.A. tk* Court of tko cntyJdi : $4649 per Month 25 Years ,- :: 4i. ., 1':1
naa,.. EtoctrtrUluppllM. .....,.h of tk. r.tal..f O4adn CMIFlort-
Tk. Laat Will sad 1'......., Accept Old Home In Trade
Pip vU ruttaf I It Harry P. Clark. __ I.li ....... ,.. ... till
Wait H..lr TU Btwjdk F/r.t p.bllaatl.s r.- INS I. rot "...,. of ALSO- New Dtcheni. Bathroom. '
627.6648 Arll 1. 0, of ROMIB a rRTKn.ba NET PROFIT POTENTIAL
Cad a4 OU ........ Addition Repairs



QUINCY ROCCOPIPE I AMBITIOUS LADIES 100% FINANCING $15,000 PER YEARHAVE :l


See Model Home at 80S West Washington Si

| KAKN roonllnr laM Iko sales boot moaor('..'_ky F rop.I ,l1 .. & SUPPLY CO. or Phone 6274352. Qulacy Flo. YOU EVER CONSIDERED l

boa .r.." C., IMa 1143. Talsbs. "Be a Success. Earn Extra $$$ This Year.:

..... .n.I"" /1 44 YEARS OP SERVICE BECOMING AN INDEPENDENT ;:

T* Tkai An Sell Avon Near Your Home. J

1.JJ:1tii1 '.' :1 {.]lJ.1 PHOITK 112.121 BUSINESSMAN? J
WRITE MRS.
DOROTHY MARTIN Panama
Beach
(111 S. M.... SlTMfTALLAHASSEZ I City Collage ;
I FOB SALE Halllonftor I X
11. ....k..) okortwa*. rwolrav FLORID P 0 Boxtttf MSS. Tallahassee. Flo. If your answer 1s YES 1:
llaki .... MM ....... radio
1 v.**aJ*, WINS Bo. ',.., */.
Md0.p frosty TI oo. ... if For Details. Right on the Gulf and you can qualify \

--w: ;
OCWIMED REPAIR*
!Inns I ....*r owto.* Harkloo*. AOICw Just mi Out the Coupon Below and Give I Can Show' You Where ;\
veal wars MlalaMd. Fay rovai.iU
> It.**. TBOO _iaa* ..* Away from furnished
Jo Mootloa ....p.. WrII.II. on TV snvicz Directions to Home. highway, completely PURE Merchants are doing this

.5 m.sad.r ..* F lalo. lit. .
fan****!.. FU. a_ *. except linens .sleeps plus blast's bed tile
t M btMM
Mv.U.A00. P. O. Box 586
.- ... 0.0.00arts. lAME
> ....". Air BKlTMaltbowita ..._ w0uatss. bath. near all amusements. SIS per week:

.urn** :.r m a. ..... ai4*> 7404.PDJDAT' ADD1ES3.art QUINCY FLORIDA
n-koo. I* tonrta. rpam. f.. during season cut rate May and Septem :
i) t d..lar. Flnl tk** offer .
.. ...4o lo
avow *
t
wags 111. 11'1& llama II, ISIS 0 f. 04.. .or.'me ber. Call Mitchell Drew for ,..."atSoa. TELEPHONE 627.8602 :
-ra- ,A'I'" .- 0.e00me.
a p..1sow 0.007. 00 tWI; ; .

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I TWENTY-TWO CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 23. 1M4 __mI _
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I penaes of the trip. from vending machines, public young f Iris In the nursing ;:::-
We discussed thee World1 Mrs. Kibilka relations, national service and fesslon. This Includes '
I RESOLUTION I Fair and the places we would memorials.' experience on the floor Pro-I I / "'::::
like to see. Mn. Charles Turner gave a educational aUo. Mrs. StORleanl1teB
Is Named New
Hlggln presented a f
.. We decided on the special full report on the PI'OIrebe
committees for the log made by the Candy Stripers the work of dieticians. Mrs
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF trip
Higgins Is a member of the
The Mating that 34 girls
meeting was closed by Head young 61. '
: CADSDEN COUNTY FLORIDA: singing Tap" Auxiliary have completed the 12 hour American Dietetic Association]
Susan Reynolds training course necessary for Mrs. Audrey Hancock will givea I a. set Ilo.-Uell.
I :.' With sadness, regret and a deep sense of personal lost, the Board of Scribe Mr*. Fred Klbilk was Installed ,them to qualify as volunteer program to the girls on the 1 1:111.
County Commissioners and the Individual members thereof take official notice M president of the !helpers at the hospital Already 29th of this month. Other programs Through Jesus Christ Cod
of the death of Elbert J. Luten on March 13, 1961 Girl Scout Troop 103 met Cadsden County Hospital Auxiliary 23 girls have served 134 relating to careers in baa blessed us with a feeling
Monday, April 21, at the Epic' Wednesday morning, Ap- hours IB two weeks The girls health work are planned for
\ He first entered the service of the County os a foreman in November of copal Church They were takento rU 13. are on duty from 4:30: p.rn. to the future. that wherever we are He la.
I 1925 and continued In such capacity until he terminated the employment in assistant. troop leaders, Dotty I Other officers installed for 830: pm. during the week and If w* but accept His light
Dodson to from a am. to 6 Saturdays Those who always make positive Ills substance, His love,
practice putting up the coming year were: vice p.m. on we
of 1927. He by the County as a
; was subsequently
January reeroployed tent*. Two girls were assigned p'Hldentr.rn.. J. L. Beden- j statements make a lot oi''will never be alone
: foreman In July. 1930 and was appointed County Warden effective February to one tent Bsugh, secretary Mn. Henry A program will be held sometime mistake
: 21. 1931. which position of honor and trust he held throughout the rest of his They are going on two-day Faulk, assistant eecretary In May at which time
: me. campout Friday, the 24th, be- Mrs. Albert Flake; treasurer theae Candy Stripers/ will receive i
lag the first day Mn George W. Munroe; and their certificate showing HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
: He served his County and its people faithfully, effectively, and with Diane Brown, 1..lltant.rellurer- Mr. Alfred completion of 12 hour trainIng -
: conscientious devotion to his duties and responsibilities for nearly 35 years Troop Scribe Kohnke. There are three Candy CARS
r and left behind him a host of friends who mourn his passing. During the meeting precedingthe Striper who began training USED PARTS for all makesof
\ Americas mood Instillation Mrs E. C. Love, last year and have completedover
He loyally served his church as a faithful member, steward and trustee way immediate put president presided 100 hour of volunteer, Cars and Trucks
For Americans to spend their service and will receive their!
1 ; and he was dedicated to keeping his word and fully discharging his time and money The Auxiliary pledge was pins it the time of the program 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE

obligations.He This Is the time of year the read in unison followed by dale II | BUY JUNKED CARS

; entered the Military! Service of his Country June 5, 1917 and after gardening deep Into the bug hide.begins to bite praying were the Lord's given Prayer.on returns Reports I Striper Tbe purpose of the Interest Candy I l 1422 W. Jefferson MAIn 7.7115
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service at home and overseas was honorably discharged February 13, 1919.

As a token of our regard and esteem for him we do hereby order that (

( this Resolution be Inscribed: in our records this 7th day of April, A. D.. 1964 asa SPRING IS BURSTING OUT ALL OVER
permanent memorial in his honor and that copies hereof be furnished to

his family and to the press.

(SEAL)) ESPECIALLY AT
DANLEY'SGenuine
G BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

: CADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDABY
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ATTEST: Edwin flour

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eighth bole. Congratulation,|'
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Bits And Carl "Chick ;;"-Fowler, Bob
; Smith and Arthur Pixel golfed
Pieces In the vicinity of Hayden
Burn' metropolis last weekend.
Carl say that I would like the
BY HUTCH since it
Ponte Vedra course
has long wide fslrway He ,
knows what I need but even If
I'm a devil of a reporter. Joe 1 got a chance to play on sucha
Adams' house caught on fire swanky layout I'd still be
Friday night, April 10 resultIng afraid I might cross over on along
in extensive damage. Iwent drive that went astray and 4-H Club
out there (In the eounlryi hit some stringer. You sea the
south of town) with one of the folks around these parts know New Views
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firemen and believe It ....
Quincy about my driving so they May I sa0ul t MM'S. Y
or not I assisted In getting the on the alert I know Arthur CLOVERLEAF "

\ bleu under control But In the ;lad a good time down there, 4-II'ERS MEET GET READY
;{ process of doing or trying to do, showing up Bob and "Chlckn The meeting was called to California Redwood FOR SUMMER
y I several things at once I completely ,Wish 1 could have been along order by Gene Carroll, presi
to writ the
I forgot I "" '; dent. Mrs. Clark called the roll COMFORT
story. And since that night I ventured down: near TedRoberta' Eleven of our thirteen members ... .,,
Jo house ought on lire A yard fid pmilM Caliumit redwood r. "" twit;,past
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again necessitating another run landing on the Och- were present Judy Breeden looking,huitunt It neither,new.....s.,.Iatin..r ipketi*f say 3-PJECE
ockonee River last weekend.
and Pat Edwards give the devotional
by the fire department. The iV* didn't catch too many We pledged alleglenc Imdl Al in bolt stub walker mlitint hardware Sat mi cW; BAR.B.QUE SET CHAISE LOUNGE ....",29.95
fir la thought to have startedIn bream but In a couple of week to the American and ..11 Flap, backs. are Mntoftaty HM with< losable water npttkiH\ peas "*
the wiring In a wall near the I believe the water will be W discussed for 4-H cloth GukioM. rmntjh. Extra Million ItemOre
plans Day soma an SETTEE 29.95
of the house. It spreadto .. .. .. ,, ,
rear right again and the fish will be and the Dress Devue Wt """ """
wire
the attic where It caused biting It certainly his been a told that our record books moo #1-6 ft.Mem id,.iIe bonp,ik*chair,2 sod benches. 2995
more damsg Smoke and long lime since H was In good be In the Home Demonstration Cms #'-:dub chlrs sates chtir.ml.bends" CHAIR 19.95
water took It* toll, too. the fish have had ..."..".....""..,.."...,
\ shape so Office by May 15. Camp activities Croup #*-:dub drip,ohms lo..v,2mdW l... I
\ plenty of time to grow up and were discussed and wt I
I didn't make a hoi In one raise families. 'were asked to be deciding on
i > but I helped. My foursome a theme for cemp I
WM on the ninth te* last Saturday American Motors his announced Judy Breeden gave a demonstration BRING TRUE FURNITURE BEAUTY OUT OF DOORS!
\ afternoon at the Sawano a special Rambler on "How To Frame A
Club when Louis Barlnesu made Classic hardtop model as a limited 'Icture" Pat Edward give a
his drive to the eighth green production car called the demonstration on "How To
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wulctt 1* Just to the left of th. Typhoon. It will have a six- Make A Pot Holder. Elaine ==9 HIGH STYLED
ninth tee Someone In LouU' cylinder engine of advanced de Carroll also gave a demonstration
foursome yilled, asking m* If sign. Her demonstration was on ALUMINUM and REDWOOD
the ball was In the hole 1 "Equipment For A Sewing Bos
Mint over to the green to takea Rubber enough to make 2,000 Mrs. Clark Assistant Horn t
I 'closer look. That where I automobile tire will be used Demonstration Agent, gave a r 1 r e 1 4 PIECES AS ADVERTISED
helped. I straightened the flagstaff Inside -million pound thrust demonstration on "Care For
r and the ball which was rocket motors being developed Your Teeth"
already wedged between the by Aerojet General for the Air Jean Jordan, $ *
rod and the cup, dropped to force Space Systems Division.Sslfshness nporterLlPIECIUUN 39
the bottom. Louis has mad
two other hole In one but thisWas 1* the main causeof 4-H
_his first. on the 150 yard bad manner CLUB MEETS
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The Leprechaun Girls' 4-H NEVER FEAR-WILL
Club met Wednesday, ,,.
April ISst ;
VOTE FOR AND ELECT the Cloverleaf Room. The 1t---',' NUT LtUST- 11'U1'1G'Er
meeting was called\ to order by '
NORMAN w. MCMILLAN resident, Mary Louie Ray 1 Frame-
Linda Sharon Cross read the v Square
devotion and Bobble Story led V
the pledge Prevents Bends

We discussed: our projects,
entertainment and prUe for
the Dres Revue I
Robbie Susan Story gave a,
demonstration on pineapple: SPECIAL FOR EARLY SHOPPERS
grape punch. Each mmeber was
erred a glass of punch. Mr*'
Clark also gave a talk on prop
.r teeth oare
The meeting was adjourned
by the president, Mary Louise
nay, at 8:15.
Linda Ard, r
reporter
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