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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 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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1 FLORIDA I m.-- Week WEATHER Endlnf REPORT April (S I I

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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE:


VOLUME 64, NO. It QUINCY FLORIDA 32351, T11UKSDAY, APRIL 30 1964 PER COPY TEN CENT*





I Old Philadelphia Church Largest Turnout In History








Homecoming Set Sunday- Expected To Vote Tuesday I


The Old Philadelphia Presbyterian -

Church, located about Damage Countywide
4 miles north of Qulncy on
the Balnbrldge Road will celebrate -
Tornado
Small
the 136th anniversary of 9440 QualifiedTo
r
the founding of the church .rr We Recommend Scott Kelly 152 Democrats,

Sunday homecoming morning services.May I with Twists Through Whether or not the Gadsden County Time One Republican Cast BallotsIn

The Rev. H. Walton Grady Jr., + endorses the candidacy of Senator Scott Kelly

minister of the Tint Presbyterian !t 1 Quincy MondayApparently for the Democratic nomination to Florida' highest Voted Absentee This County

deliver Church the sermon In Starke.t the terv-will l r.v Gadaden Countywas office probably moans very litil* in the final One hundred and fifty-two ,

scheduled for 11:30. A picnic outcome of the six man race Democrats and
lees : one Republican -
Just sprinkled with hall In Polls Open At 7
lunch will be served on the sever weather this past Mr*. Gladys S. Holley But alter much thought concerning the matter had made applications for
the ground at 1 o'clock Monday but quite a bit of damage w* have com to the conclusion\ that it is the absent ballot at press time And Will I'I'am.

the Born ton of In Mr.Quincy and, Mr Mr.*. Grady HenryW was winds done that by high hit Quincy or cyclonic Pilot Club proper and right thing to do. Not so much for the Wednesday according to J Close At 7 p.m.

Grady, received his early fact that he raised in Gadaden County but Love Hutchinson, supervisor of
aDd other parts of the county.J. Mrs. Holley Is was registration What Is expected to be the i iIsrgest
education here and attended > Q. Kelly's Jitney JuniorNo. from the fact that sine h. was brought up In our Deadline for Is turnout of voters In
Florida State University where 1 lost a large metal awning applications
iadnlen wilt
County's history
he graduated with a BS In Arts valued at 1800 and a large Elected District midst we have had a first hand opportunity to S P nl. today Thursday April take place Tuesday, May 6
and Sciences In 1054. lie attended tree was blown over In the rear witness his rise to manhood and his successful 30 and all ballots must be returned when polls In the IS county
Southern Baptist Seminary of the post office falling across business fraternal to Hutchinson by or before at T forth
venture since! that time in 9 4. precinct open am.
Monday
graduating 1957. Duval Street and Just mlanlngMrs. Four Governor p.m. May State DenMxratl and Republican >
Mr Grady has held student Lee Willis' garage and civic matter All absentee ballots are primaries, \
pastorates In Florida, Georgia taining her automobile.. MI Mr*. Gladys S. Holley ws Scott was educated In Qulncy schools, attended counted when the ranvaaslng The Increase Is anticipateddue

and Kentucky. He served the other trees were downed along elected Governor of District 4, the first Baptist Church here and was a board meet at the courthouseIn to the tact that then are
First Baptist Church In Mountain Rev. IL Walwa Crady Jr. with electric lines about the I Pilot Club International, at the county conunlaslon/ room over 2300 more registered voU
City, Tenn. for four years. city, putting several sections, their Spring Convention held member of a good, down to earth Christian fam- a day or two after the electionon en today than ther wee In *

The annual homecomingevent without electricity for quit a' at' the Uslt Ocean Mil lloltcl ily. When he became a man he married a Tuesday similar election held In 1MD,

la a highlight of the Auman Elected while. I In Fort Lauderdale Saturday Quincy girl and although since then he has made and then are by far mare con
memben and friends and Sunday April 25 and 20
yearthe Bill Rogers of the Quincy his home in Lakeland he has kept close touch Court of AwardsIs teals on the county level ta
First Preabyterian District 4 cover the Stale oi
Lumber Company said the top lute people to the poll. Also
Church. It la one time of the Jaycee PrexyJimmy of the shed was blown off with Florida. with his family and friend hr, Success ha not Scheduled expiTted to add Impetus la the
year when old friends and damages amounting to approximately There were 350: Pilots attending turned his head. To the writer he 1 I. the came i alnlllPemucr.Uo gubarna
former members of the church, Auman was elected $800. Several tombstones this meeting. Mrs Representatives torial with Scott
that he the tower of the old from 10 Girl race Kelly, a
man taught
have moved get together Edith Mawhlnney of Hollywood young
who away
president of the Quincy Junior la the cemetery behindthe Scout Troops were present at Uadsden County raised aspirant
and reminisce.The Chamber of Commerce last Quincy Public School were 1 Florida, the retiring First Baptist Church at the age of sixteen. the qulhacha Neighborhood Association among the group

presets church building Wednesday night! at the Jefferson toppled over by the high winds Governor presided Miss Ruth Senator Kelly has made a splendid record meeting Tuesday. J. leave llutchlnann super
la 109 old, having been Cunningham of Lot Angeles,
years House. Around about the county It rooming at the First lYenby- visor of
since he became H. has been registration, aisles that
erected In 1839: after the original Other officers elected for was reported that Turner linen California President of Pilot a man. highly terlan Church In IIHIU there were only four

building was destroyed by the coming year are: Don Els- lost a shade and that JamesEd International was the Official successful In the contracting business. He was Plans were mad for the courtly races and eight state

fire. The first church was enhirt lit vie president; Gilbert lost the cloth from Kepresentatlv attending and the youngest mayor In Lakeland's history H. Court of Awards set fur 130 contest on the Democratic ballot
founded by Scotch-Irish pioneer BUI Rogers 2nd vie president mother. Uoyd Brock pump- spoke to the group on Saturday has been active on the slate I.velln the Junior Monday evening, May It In while the Republican tick
who settled In a community ; Jake ChUdert, secretary; !house was lifted up by the morning Fellowship hull of Centenary el circled a two-man race for
north of Quincy at early aa and Wright! Crosby, treasurer twirling winds and plopped Mrs Holley has served as Chamber of Commerce and has made an enviable Methodist' Churt'h.QAII Oil governor II* elated. that approximately
1822. They built a little log Serving as members of the down several hundred feet away. lit Lt. Governor this past Club record in the Legislature. To our way of Scouts and tlietr parents are 4100 people exercised
church In 1828 on two acres of Board of Directors for the coming Cecil Duller, also In the eastern year She has been presidentof thinking he has always been on the side of right Invited to tine ceremony" stated their voting franchise at
land donated by Daniel Shaw year will be David Burns,, part ot the county, is reported the local club and has livid Mrs.. Robert Usrdner, Nlghbortuiod that tint' out of 72JT r..I.I.rTud.y *
pioneer ancestor of one of the R. C. Mills, Buck Register, Alex to have lost a barn Several other offices In the club She We believe that Scott Kelly will stay on the chairman.At ed flettori.I t

county's oldest famlllea. McMillan and Don Brown. other in various parts of the I* Office Manager of Tslquin right side after he becomes Governor of our Stateso the Tuesday meeting there TO.O whiteand
plansalso sew
The installation of officers had barn and shade Electric Cooperative Inc
five county
D. A. Shaw gave more Quln
him
recommend
we wholeheartedly to you were mad for the reorganisation 13.5: Negro registered Dem.ne'rals *
acres and sometime later the and directors will take place at damage aa well as flooded fields cy.
Other for consideration at the polls next Tuesday of troops during the and IIS: white and 100
Installation
American Sumatra Tobacco a special meeting and washed out terraces.Bernard attending the meetIng your
.
Corporation gave an addtlionil acheduled the last week in Clark, Associate from Quincy were: Miss flea our man. next year.Sprinkler. Negro Reuutillcan* Oft the books.an .
0 acres, making a total of 13 May. Duties will begin for the County Agent, said that the Alii Ferguson, president of -- -- Inrrsas of approximately
:1200: : In the last four
acres owned by the Qulncy newly elected on June 1. damage, although extensive, was the Pilot Club of Quincy Mr*. System year
Presbyterian Church. Other activities occurring at not as heavy as first feared. Sue Macon, Miss lees Payne, Thus" Damocratlo ballot ta lie

Not long after the churchwas the meeting Wednesday Included Heavy rains flooded several Mrs Everett Munroe Miss Causes DamageWater :voted upon next Tuesday has "
established the surrounding the return of the Barrel in street In low place about Ma Gregory and III.... Tot But. w flv* dUtrlot and stale level eon I
area began expanding Inpopul.tlon the Ballanrtlne Visitation proJ- town In the morning part of ler. gushing from one au- testa and tlglii I on th* *laver
thus making It ect. The traveling barrel has the day City crews are still tomatie sprinkler head which and ennstsbl district
for the organizationof been to every Jaycee ChapterIn cleaning up broken limb and I was activated by s burning air leading lie Democratic bU \
necessary other Presbyterian churches. the District since the local power line aa w* go to press. Quincy Tigers conditioning unit caused considerable lot will b* the Fore for the V, ft,
club started its. Journey in damage lest" Thursday Senate between buessard t
la regarded
I
Old Philadelphia
Msrlanna In late afternoon the third second Holland, Incumbent, and BrslleyOdham. '
February FIRST .. on
BAPTIST
aa the "Mother Church of the Win In Next 1 I' the six-aldeil
The barrelwar'teturtwd toQulncy Regular and first flours of the Masonic
Cadsden County Presbyterianchurches.
by a delegation of II SUNDAY SERMONS Tempi and to goods stored In battle for the gubernatorial
i members front the Wakulla The Rev. Thomas X. Cutllno, Use basement.Th nomination' between Jlaytiua
( Some...years. a ago sa the s ..rr./lI'.ndc..tI. County .J Iyeee.. pastor of the First Baptist Season's Finale I unit, located In the win. Burns, Fled Dickinson, Mubert
Also visiting the meetingwere Church will deliver the message taw of MI. Vstrtn Hurst's of- King High, Frederl.k O. Karl.
W. P. Mallory, president Sun By Doss James, l'IaoU Kelly and John 1C:, MsU
"My Candidate I flee In th Department of Welfare -
Former Police and Tom Ferguson vice Time Kporl Writer hews. The sttorney general
president day morning. on the third floor caught
elect of the Tallahassee At the evening service MrCuttlno's Quincy High's Tigers' ended fir while Miss Hurst wee out nomination follows betweenJames
Station 'Going'Th Jaycees, and Marion Wilson, sermon, "Lost and their regular 11_ schedulelast of the room for .> few minutes.Upon W Kynes, present hold
president of the ChattahoocfaeeJayceea. Found," will be based on the Monday afternoon bywhipping t hearing the alarm she returned 'er uf the olflc, end Earl Fair
old Police Station Is I Book of II Chronicles. Greensboro on then i iBulldoll' Q .. ta her office ta find :cloth. A seat en the Florid
going -first cI...." The twin home field J-l. I water going III all directions Public UtUMia Uommlaslon. 1*
structures on the Courthouselawn Quincy scored all three of A and UM place clouded with I neat. Edwin: L. Mason, incum-
that were vacated by the At LivestockBigPolitical Porllion their runs In the fourth Inning stmik*. I tent Is being challenged by
Quincy Police April 10 IM3. then Coach BUI Honors cleared I Phillip I. Brewer
are being moved to DouglasCity the bench and let the reserves -I -.4 i.i 1 The Informed Qulnry Fir Departmentwas At (its district or circuit UvelU

where they will become finish at out, RECOGNITION A and a gift were presented by and truck was I the Mlsle's, Attorney nomination
Set pin dispatched to the/ bulld"I',1lIne. )
Rally The Tiger! gut their rally
In till
part of Owens Phillips fl service Second Judicial (;Ire
/ most
station. going on consecutive tingles by L D. Cain 0.1to\) Charles McLendon for five years /! stores are closedhere curt. W, D. Hi-rains wbv now

The Cadaden County Chamber Mac McKnlght and Haggle Bradley -I service with Belk's Store. The ptetentatlon was made It took oa Thursday considerable afternoons :claim that title, I II fared by

of Commerce arranged for a sacrifice fly by Keith at the rounders' Day Rally last Thursdaj morning. time s to lucst the sprinkler anwmiKof I |< ......** M rsae rnMf..i
Usughtry, a walk bjr Rodney
the disposition of the structure --
Before ElectionA valve that controls the flow

which dubbed Garden"an Club eyesore membershad that Night and Joyner Frank and Baker Tommy gaining Bauldr first Woman's Club Summer Round of was water stopped, By water th* Urn had the seeped flow 4'H'ors Attend

on an error !
Square"cluttered Although up the the Courthouse decisionwas bugs political rally Is being I The Bulldogs got their tone Up Sot Juno 2.3 directly through the below floor on'Into the the second room Events Day

reached lilt July that the planned on Monday night before i run on a walk by Van Bryant Final Concert
ale
used WelfareDepartment
Commission floor by the Outat.ndln'I'.r'' front
.
building had to go, the Chamberof election day at the Livestock City and back to back singles by [ The Summer Round-Up of that
I Alan Bentley and Clinton llobba the Qulnry Elementary (Whool through floes Uadsden County attended IMa
Commerce reopened the situation Pavilion Just west of
In February meetings with Qulncy.Sponsored. !Public Hearing Tommy Bauldr receivedt7 Slated Tonight "ISO been scheduled June :2 from onM. yard goods, _lIMIt Id and trie 4-M Event Dsy In MadU
leather the
the County Commissioner Al by the Qulncy edit for the victory and lavcreated I to I pm. and June I from on gmid the In main flour Mtlrorystore and son Saturday, April 29.
the commission meeting on Junior Chamber of Commerce, Ills pitching record to Those who have season tickets S to 12 noun. then Into Will Maxwell participated is
Tuesday April 21, the chamber the affair is scheduled to begin 'Is Set May 11 4 win and 2 losses. for the Woman's Club Concertseries I Edwin Shuler. principal of room In Ole MrCrory'basement storsg whereadiUllmisI the trartur OI"'r.Uo" contest
accepted the building 'or with a chicken plies supper Quincy evened IU "1aIIII" the Qutnry Elementary ikhoiiL| .. Anne Nuber sad Louis Sunday
reminded that the Kerns damagedTh
I Mayor Leon E. Weaver presided mark to I wins and I are were cave dsvnonstrslbxis In the mla
Moving, and workers began Immediately being served at (.3G at $1.00a tosses would like to emphasis that
to prepare it for put. *. Fallowing supper all at a session of the City and will be meeting Marianne final eonrert will be given at parent or gusrdlans/ of children manager of McCrorya eellsnuous demonntrstlim *on.
atttm.te4
Conunlialon for the first time Mgh School In lJu OIatrIrt the Woman's Club tonight at dsmag to his storet lest
transfer to Douglas City. candidates subject to the MayS who will enter first grade
II.10U for merchandise while
The area vacated by the removal primary will be given an opportunity Monday night at City lull com pet I"ton this afternoon .t 6 e'clotk. August II should send the ehlU the Welfare Sheryl Trmmpom JsynesnWuwlbery
of the yellow-brick landmark to speak for live First order of business after 4 oclock at Corry Field. The This will be a varied pra- ..n'. names and blrthdsl. to usabl to bvpartmeiit dollar was loss fluber. and Je
will now be planted by minutes. minute of previous meetings winner of this tilt lake oo gram and the artist taking his office ss sons a* pueallJle.i at tit* damage glee dun* ta that value rom Jenkins gave a dsvnonatre
the Garden Club members as According to Lamar Bailey, were approved was to hear a Perry same time Friday after part will present American i This Infurmatloa I* necessaryIn MIN Hurst said that urganlsatlon. ll<>o In the Cooperative Dvmon

part of their continuing program general chairman, all local, district petition by John Hlgdon aDd noon. music concluding the program. order that the proper ma-| many records that were out of stratlon Activity,
John who are seeking
of beaiitlflcBuon for the and slat candidates for tuber Richard Jacobs pianist will terlsl may b* lint t* the par- dim grsblnet and In the art KherH Thompson, Mary Lou
Courthouse grounds.Political office have been invited by to Drive have paved a portion and water of Fletcher and gas Speaks play Uershwta's" (.snvw "fihap- enla or guardians for the hum of being processed were drenched. lie May, Hub usher sad Ilrol4
In Blue. :
letter to make an ICuttino sody ace r Round-up. fOUnt
appearance Aa sulooutl Ray were rvpreonta
line Installed to two lot typewriter
Dick HoUahand administrative serve i Other taking will be 1 la order ta enter the first .
part
Rally that are situated la aa undeveloped was damaged and the sir eondltiunrr -i live at the District 4-11 Council
assistant to Florida's Secretaryof area west of the Solomon Mrs. Jltl Davie, Cop Johnson 'lI'acla Ibl* fall rWld must ws a tidal l..ss, Damag mswdngTb .
State Tom Adams, will Mrs. James Lambert, be f years old an ar heR*
serve Thomas I to the MMMNU .11'.n ]
Dairy Road In the northwesters : Rev Cuttino pastor Tempi was were accompanied
Success I 1963.SUMMER
Termed as master of ceremonies Richard Ashley, Marilyn HUllama January .
dry limits. I of the First Baptist 'Church -. aegllbl. by Mrs. ShlrUy T dick, As-
Approximately 900 person Mr. Bailey anticipate at The commission" requestedthat reviewed a book, "thallengeato and a group from the --. F slant limn UsmnnsUstloilrt
attended the old-fashioned political less 1,000 persons and added further data on development the Cross.' by Wayne Ue- High School band Aa added. SCHOOL Mrs. Jonos To A... and Bernard dark, A*>
rally held on the grounds that Hoot Gibson and his Band of the area b* furnished 1 honey, ss guest pester at the UrsctkM' will be piano number Summer School will be held surlal. Cmety: A.*...
will be playing at the played by Ronald Tolar si the fubll bobtail
rally.A Uulnry
Hall at Greensboro regular weekly mortlng of the
of the City a that aa engineering study
gala dowatew led of Ureensbor who rwmlly'won Jane I* sad Isrielaatlng Attend Moot
parade Quiary Kiwanis CJu* Mondayat beginning -
evening.
last Saturday can k*> mad prior to Inclusion At the
Theatres
the Mat Farm Bureau
by the school band will kickoff _. July :}4.AaronUng .
Jefferson 11 Joha
the
during the evening .
Featured la a tutor project ,Talent Contest M,. Lutlll &. "..... EseFsill
candidates or festivities la Havana where Herring, program rbalrman. Introduced I W Edwla Sbsiler
..
were speeches. by TIle.uN.. set Mondaynigh
tar local the Havana Klwanla Club will Rev CutUnn. high school principal!, and S. M. Secretary U the Grades This Week
their representatives May II as the data for DUtfS
stage a political rally tilt Sat 1 LIST rlMBentary aehoodprencpal County fhaptar, Aawrlraa
district and state offices. Mai- holding a public bearing *n theprapo.lUno Three Tallahassee Rrwanlsos, [I tubsnks. Red L.al Theatre
lOW Smith of Greensboro urday. May I, beginning at on whether *r not Dr. C A. Roberta, George M- Miss Mary **. Glover baa (, th* fiirrkuhim said Croe will have Monday la attend the sllrsrtlan lot
served a* master of ceremonies. S 30. The parade will proceed the Cod of Ordinances should' Donald and Fire Chief Earl tees asmed I* the Desa's List hour will b* similar ia thus of th IXh Annual Matewbl.. .'W....Ia coming, healers week" Inrluda
Making an appearance accompanied -to the achoolhoua grounds be rrpld thereby allowingB. I Levy were guest. Lamar M_ at Florida Htal University. last fear, VrUrsnIsrvlt (Ufflwr |',I.....* Gsraer and Lee starring
lUmkk
by a motorcade from where a chkkea pilau sad fktfe R. Owen ., DeFitnlak roe and Jlnuni Taylor, maw She I* sealnr and the I There will be a seminal fee Shoal and CobIer.neeIt b* Thursday amid Friday,
the Quincy airport was Sen. supper wilt be served by the Springs .. Install a pool room bar of th* Quiary High ArbulKey (1 daughter af Mrs. Elsie Clover1at .charged and the schedule will held Ui Wlaur Park, May 4
Scott Kelly, gubernatorial candid Easier Sttr. Adults will be la the aid Saber and Johnaoabvlldlag Club, were also ..... Wolncy. I be released. .* aa early dale through May I. Festered Satvrday will U *
dxubl'
feclitf Tlon
III aside charged S LOO I plat, children The arhml will be ondurtday af Robin
**. In his speech on West JeftersoaStreet. Hood" and *CaWI* Klog star.rla .
three Important points. Me. glut prsrt city raiSes I UM feet ., Fhirld iMpart- < Robert T. ....
'
"U elected governor' fII rtor- After supper local, district nquir pool rooms b* ..- teat a* VMevsn afUlr*
t 117 leglaUtlon and state candidates or their estod Ml tile siwood or highet 4 7 / All the Vateraa CauMf *srv- 1 Bun dal. Muad y, Tuesday,
Matha win place sales representative will apeak. Master floors *f building Th era I Ire officer* throughout the state and Wednesday will be "Mutiny

lanes oc groceries' and medicine sf eerenoaiea will be Wallace inaae waking Ihi change .... will b* Is stleadanc, a. wall a* MS /ksunt'starring Marks
*. 1 will veto any legislation Shelter Jr. la eaa ." albi was .eased oa first ,..,..j it : affltlal af till Vtras Ad- Srnd sail Trevor Howard.FesiursU .
to abolish Homestead Exmptloa. raID the sapper aad rally win log Monday night and If a*' j muslattetiwKegam.l Offle*! at the Mill Drive
I will veto any legtolatkM be told Us till school luachrooa severe rppoejtloa develop will :91r uw and all these VeUrsa* Adasla.MratkMS In to* Friday sad Saturday
favoring a severance la*," and) auditorauaa. lie acted spas .. ssxoad aad eI BMpMal la Florida lamas'* Three Chalkagas,4.starring ,
lUlLed Sea Keily. 1 I flaal reading May It.Ordiaaao 1 aid fflrisi *f Urn VeksrsasA4sinlatrMua I" Jam aUnaney and]
was No. Li tlt .., + > Area tad CaNto Kia V eUrriag Robert
A chicken pow supper Well Known Quincy 423. chaoglnf I Central .
Taylor.MT.
the ti fire* Is Atlanta .
served daring the lerermriona : soalsig rlaaslfksnioa 4 the sit Washingtoa.
which highlighted by ... Nexjro DUd Tuesday snatJl 23 feet W a lot .. IOU I). CREVIVAL EON -
iKOoos presented by the ft. L. Brow. T9 wU known I Street! brlw.ea Jcffersosi MIll, ._-- CHURCHHOMECOMING
ancestor* School ...... TheJUv. Quiary 111...... was prnouee4 Waahtogto Streets, was .SM4 SET ATASSEMBLY SET
David teve of the Greea dead oai arrival at time C4ad,* as seed sad Daal ,
bare MetbodM' Charcfe gave the dowdy Hospital early Today **- ta. This adios win .= OF GOD Home-coming Day has bsea J
Invoeatioa.The ...... 1.( Jk L Recapptug C-,.., I* sUvttal service will bell at planned: at the Ml. Elsa II... .
political rally was .*.*- -*. L," II be was tars ..'r..ancc a warsa*.** on the t 43 Monday _..... May 4.at I Item thatch Sundsy Mar I.
oared by the f>et*oare U- his assay birds both wUU fI"'IPI"'Ir. : la* Iliaansi Assembly ef God I Memorial service will be
attend, far ., till hunk HlaM.Tb ;rondue *d si ItrM by the Rev,
wattle dub. and sway years J. W. Rake. diraoar ,
I[aU hard ...", IIft. rhureh ....
drove a mole bsal ta** hMrav tC a.s.M a. r.ee r w..eas I stalpsi SustmerUa.
: ,,tar and the regular worth!a)
fit
ed t. a aeeasapaaied bya
wages W
Women'Softball pastor of First Assembly ,'services will lie eoaduetod by
....... Bttl white tot artttaf *. UM TRACK AND FIELD i tied Caurra, Valdusla, '
.
AA vme and girl -, N% | the Rev A. O. Bass, visiting
.
seat MIlt I* kiss.Fvaeral Y .... .. win b* UM speaker, 0-110I.1
softball .. jatar,
ed k* playing geesetoect servtre win b* heldat MEET RESULTS -<<" '0' .If I II I Ip
Field.I I.at_. W the The Mt Zloj BaptM Ctmrra
at Uay ravUM at I e'dork. Theeenls Marti Chapel so Sunday RowN af the l>*and 4 Jyreaksr feW*I MRS. SCOTT KZUY 0ef0 wo die qwMat of honor at a coffee given las Saturday i iI will be s* loW Blghily fashioned ssrvIre .b located *a the Lake .......

re q treneaxs sew that *?? I.May,. J Re at*. I A pas.. H.with Hunter the ,sea ia Moet- bM Chomp Saturdays Track April II j mo ntn<| at the Qutacy Womaa't Cub. Hoe***.** were MI,, Edward Flelcher: "'*aasUI rhusr settles and I i sole Road and everyone I* ear

be etcateee years of ace aettett.or ***-lth.rga.,! iar* eI\ Bag* ((rlgbO act M/s. Tborna Smith halo by Marta's Studio |I special siagiac. I|UsUr latvited W aUaaaV
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PARK-- TWO f.ADSDEN JCOUNTY TIMES QUJN l "'", FLORIDA.' THURSDAY, APRIL SO. 1884
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IT'S A fACT gram again this summer must meat you choose to buy. 3
RECREATION be reglatered. If you have play- I r CHANGING STYLES Tips On Buying A canny ihopper know that :
ed last season, you atlll must there U more Involved In *

"'ce/llurl.a/l hat been re-regbter again this year ___ _
plagued HEWS Kej! Lrallon cards are available Pork and BeefBy shopping for meat than meet.
kf roW Farmer In .
mllllont /
*
oniy atIII)' Drug and City the eye. Besides taking Into
align each year In grain ,spollog By Don J mn Hall and mutt be returned to Alma Warren account the part of the meat '
mi llveitock eMi.am iptMd by MEN'S SlUW-riTtll lime Deadline for ilgnlng up Which li the better buy a you will discard after cooking .:
rail. Urban Croat al.. f.tl the A1V Ill SOFTBALL U tryout time of each program.JAYCEE pork roast at 30 cents a poundor the bone, grlstl and fat -
erTKfs-ln dl .ot., Urn cauitd byraUhewsd I Game schedule for the week: JUNIOR CHAMP; a round steak at 88 cents a consider the protein value .
wirei, and ,.t-lll"! ... g April 30Talquln Electric Coop TRACK k FIELD MEET r pound? you'll be getting from the
children. I/1 vi. Randy; May 4- Joe Remits of the third annual To come up with the correct meat, also.
Wedelei, Inc vi N. F Expertmentala Jaycee Junior Uiamp Track answer to this question, you
I'" ; May 5- May Drug and Field Meet held Saturday, mist take Into consideration the BEER FOR BLOOD
{ I Electric April 18th In which apiuounuttcly Salisbury. Southern Rhodesia .
jl vii Talquln Coop. amount of fat, gristle and bone
WOMEN'S SLOW-riTtll; 85 buys between th "ou are paying for, home ec- Blood;; banks In need of -
SOFTBALL ages of 12 and 17 participated Florida Agricultural Extension blood, are expected to be well
AU women interested In playing ate ai follows: I Service point out In the case stocked by a recent announcement
i on Qulncv Slow-1'Itch In the Junior Division for of the round Bleak vs. the pork An ad was run that each
Softball team should b* at practice 12: and 13 year olds Jerry rout, the steak Is low In extra person who gives a pint of
T= tlila Friday night 8 p.m Suber merged M top point, fat and has the bone cut out blood receive a pint of beer.
fiats xlsl v.rywh.re- at Doyle Conner Field, The winner scoring 12 U points, a On the other hand, bone anda If the donor are not limitedto
'"! i thrly. In dirt and dark. Is team will compete In Tallahas claiming first place In the SO1 lot of fat are found In the one pint of blood some .
detect th.m, look far signs _'* Slow-Pitch League ai In yard dull with a 6.6,S time' pork roost of them may return ai patient
sf gnawing around doors past yean.PONY wai a member of the first place So you'U get the cam amountof
and wlndowij hold and LEAGUE BABE 440 yard relay team, placed'. rI protein and lean meat for Tbok who profess tolerance
freih dlgglngt) droppings RUTH BASEBALL MEETING second running In broad the 100 yard dash and I From Grbeon girl to the latest fashions of Itallaa dwigaesSarml each dollar you spend no mat should be wary about calling
and tracks. Th.y'r a for. There will be a Pony League- Five local jump. styles generally reflect the needs of the time fa which. ter which of these two cuts of other people name- --
Babe Ruth new meet record Introduced. A market become saturated with -
mldabl* en.my-en. pair organizational meetIng broken they're a particular
.f rail will Pf.dvc* 130- Friday, May 1, 8 p.m., aec- were In the Junior trend and the need for something net U created.
's cv ond floor, city haiL League Group Fred Ward of Havana -! Yet Nabisco Shredded Wheat ahowi that you dont bats to ElectWILLIAM
200 erTiprlng a y.arl plans for the coming season running the 880 In 2.38.8 adopt every new style to be in faahlon. It* unique taste baa ,
Today,a high qualify! will be discussed and made. All time; 880 yard relay 203.71 always been faahionablo. Its "atyle" ha been too good to chance t6t

anil-coagulant radoicfield. managers should be present Ed Dalton Fred Allen, Ronnie for over 00 yean.It'* UU a* Wilt, a* toaaty, a* nut-Uk in favor A.
., Tri-Ban, It '- ,. a-ll J BABE RUTH TRYOUTS Belts and Durwood Smith, u ever.
reducing
Iho (Atei IS and 11) high jump <4'54"Ch.rle.< Nabisco wonldnt dream of trying to change the breakfast $ "Bill"SUMMERFORD
dangers Babe Ruth Baseball Stephen; Shot Put ((29"- cereal Amsrtca'i loved the longMt But-being fashion conscious
caused by rail, and, s tryouU their it
) will be held Cbarlei Stephens.The they have changed "dron" They've given a annoy
saving mlllloni of del 7:30 Monday, May 4, Prep Division winner In morning feeling>-madi the color a bright, modem yellow. AU the
Ian annually.Tri Bon p m at Corry Field other bozo In will b -witk 01tour.
PONY LEAGUE TRYOUTS the 14-19 age group was KenneGatlln your supermarket gi n envy s TAX COLLECTORs
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nuggets In meat and
s (Ages 1} and 14) with big 17V point, COUNTY
grain favors pltat Pony League tryout will be being the highest total of the GADSDEN
the tastes of Mr. Rat J meet. Gatlin swept firsts In
heldThurjday. May 7, 7.39(
ho n tit-nujg.lt pjn. the 220 HARRISON AUTO PARTS -
Corry yard dash 440 yard T Pl.dg.< Year Hound
alio make handy Il |JUNIOR LITTLE relay, discus and second In the and to
orry-homo Cavort to LEAGUE 30 yard dash and shot putSenior USED CARS r Service CourtesY
TRYOUTS
aradlcato the tntlro Division Champ for all the Poopl ol Gad
USED PARTS for all makesof
rot family back at thomit Junior Little League tryouts the 18-17 class was lUvana'i $ den County"
for 8 and 9 year old. will Joe Johnson accumulating I1V4pointa. Cars and Trucks %
Z be held Friday, May 8Lh at' Johnson plated first Your Vote and Support
Doyle Conner 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE I'-
BASEBALL Field in the 880 yard run, 880 yard Will B* Appreciated
REGISTRATION I relay, second In the high jump BUY IUNXED CARS
Dr. Blackwelder 1) Store all medicines In tlclpate, All players In elating to par-' and third In the 50 yard dash l 1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7.7115 Paid Political Adv.
: locked cabined; our boaeball pro- and 220 yard da b. g
21 Never lay to child that I! - -- -- -
Urges CautionI medicine U "candy" It nay -
I lead the child to take an overdose
With Medicines at the first opportunity; ...
3)) Try to avoid taking medicine
"Accidental poisoning from In the pretence of children .
inedlclnci left bout the home they love to imitateand
occur In too frequently," lays play doctor and nurse; I SATURDAY IS YOUR
Dr. B D. Blackwelder of the 4)) Remove unuaued medicines
Gadiden County partment of from cabinet and flush then l
Health. "Aspirin ind sedatives down the toilet where they cannot I
are unong the drugs that can be be reached by othen,
dangerous ind too often fatal, 1) Use drum only for the I
specially If left within the person for whom they were
reach of null children," be prescribed
commented. 0)) When medicines art itlU I
Many people art not aware In UM always return them to
that commonly used medicines the cabinet never leave themon I
such ai aspirin can be potion a shelf, furniture) or other
OUt when swallowed In exoesalvo place where a child may get
amount, eipeclally by hold of them even by climbing: LAST CHANCE
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children The fact are that In over 60 percent of chlldien
figure collected from 243 Poison under 8 yeara of age poisoned
Control Centers and Issued by medicine and reported to
by the U. 8. Public Health the National Clearing House I
feervlce this year show that for Poison Control the medl-{
more than BO percent of po'"- close bad not been returned to I
onin.. In children under 6years their proper place;
of age were caused by 71 If you suspect, that a child
medlclnei, and over 40 percent has swallowed a possibly poisonous -
of the. were from aspirin medicine call a doctor
Approximately 70 percent of Immediately. Don't wait for
the death among then unsuspecting signs of etcknem to appear It

by helping children themselves were caused to aspirin mliiht And be remember too late., prevention lath TO SAVE DURING STEWARTYOUNG'SANNIVERSARY

and aiplrln-llko medlolnej beat cur*. I
left within ther reach.

During the first 10 monthi of A. A. Johnson, 59
test year more than 15,000
quest for help with ; Dies April 25 '
logs were received by one ,, ;
on Control Center alone. "Cen Funeral services were conducted
tics such aa this are perform for Alton A. Johnson,
log a great service, but the SB, of the Sycamore Community I
beat cure la prevention," Dr. at 1 o'clock Saturday after- SALETHIS
Wackwelder emphaaliea. non, April 23 at the Old Bye*,
To help avoid poisoning aeMdenti more Methodlat Church with
the National Clearing the Rev. Dana Ilantrlck and
House for Polaon Control Cen the Rev. Sam Hampton officiating. I
ten urges'SEPTIC: Interment followed: at the
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--- Sycamore Cemetery
A native of Gadaden County,!
TANK Mr. Johnson wa a member of
'the Methodlat Church at Syca I

SERVICEVACUUM more.He paaaed away Thursday,I I
I April 13.Survivors.
i Include his I
I jMri, Laura Berta wldowl
.Sycamore; one daughter, Mr*.
Helen Butler, Port SI Joe; one ZENITH
,ion, Mellon A. Johnaon, Birm
'ingham, Ala j ont Mep-DOn.i
I Robert Kyi Powell, Bahama
late; nil parenti, Mr. and Mil i
,Johnnie O. Johnaon, Sycamore;
on* sister, Mr. Alma Charles,I
CLEANED Chattahoochee; and three
REPAIRED grandchildren.The .

Funeral Horn Clark* Smith.of Chatlauoo-Morgan I, HANDCRAFTED 23" CONSOLE T V

I 627-8403 I chee was. In charge of arrangemenu. -'


Nights 1274861 SMITH'S

Senator VICTOR Margaret awe (23 INCH OVERALL DIAG. PICTURE TUBE MEAS.
QUINCYVAULT Smith CR.M..I, who got nor I !
than 197,000 votei In Illinois
CO. In a prealdenUal preference con-'
teat won by Senator Barry Gold-'I
VAULTS MONUMENTS water, (RArla laid this Indicated
the Illlnoii electoral
MAINLINE DRIVE I had "rejected poltlicl bigotry I
QUINCY against a eandldaite just "be-
t I cause ah* U a woman."
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REELECTOTHOW.EDWARDS :









SHERIFFOF $21888QUANTITY










GADSDEN COUNTYON LIMITED TO FLOOR STOCK :


MAY 5THMy I



dwir Is to Mrr you on my past

record as your Shtriif. t


I slnctrtly crpprtdatt your past coofld -

.nc. in m.. and I am again slnctrtly asking I

5th.you for your vott and support on May STEWART YOUNG



THANK YOU. !



Olho W. EdwardsPaid "WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL" IJ I



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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY. !'LORIDATT.n.n.CDAY_ APRIL 30, 1M4 PAGE! THftCT
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I The National OutlookBy I an This unpredictable may give up manner.pause"when Debut Nears For Horn*.was in charge of arrangement -:

we observe that at the present BondA Survivors include one son,
moment the moat widely known $75 Savings Douglas & Smith Jr of Dayton ';
to..... Hitedora and apparently accepted forecasts Ohio; two brothers, N. T.Smith t
THE PROPHETS People who need widgets will anticipate booming business reminder that the new ,7S Msrlanna, and F B.
AND TUB "LAW"Economic rush to buy up a stock of them, through 1964. Series E: Ut-ted SUN Savings Smith, Wewahltchka, and threesisters. tttssssss eemp1 ng
forecasting ti risky thereby bringing about the price But this column had better of Miss UUlan Smith, Miss
th portrait
bearing *
rise which had been predicted Bond
but It la an Inescapable part of end here, lest our own remarks the lat President K nnet\\.. Verdie Smith and Mrs. Raymond
of the *
But you can think have feedback effect on business llobbs, all of Qulncy.
business a
life. Every major sale May 1, came
will on
kind of feedback effect gn Foods
builnetf decision li bawd opposite trends in an unpredictable County Those serving as pallbearerswere
on where forecasts tend to today from A. D. Macon.
.
I forecast formal or Informal, be self-defeating. Suppose manner.James Savings Bonds Chairman John Brockman, Gene'arramore \ )
George Stabler,
conscious or subconscious Mr. Macon said that due to
economist, after analyzing -
company Bill Crouch, Bill Newcomb and
demand
The economic forecaster un- market trends, predicts M. Smith the anticipated heavy J. Neal h'atrcloth.Richard .
like the weather prophet for i downtrend In his company'ssales for th* new bond many banks ,
example, bat to face the fact On being Informed of Completes Basic and other issuing agent* --- -- -- i
the Nation will accept
that his own prediction may this the sales manager mobilizes throughout
have an effect on the outcome an extraordinary selling effort I orders before May 1 from BatesAt
James M Smith 19, son of those who may desire -
lie it predicting. George Cline and gets an increase In his purchasers $150.00 JACKPOT
Mrs. Helen H. Smith of Quincy date of IMU toapDDeecisio
Smith, an early
senior partner of Mar advertising budget and the Great Lakes I
completed basic training April the
Xly-sbleldl Economic, Inc., net result U an Increase rather aissuengthe
10 at the Naval Training Center to '75
summarises this situation In than I drop In sales. Great Lakes, III bond, which fills s gap In the Richard S. Bates, 20, son of
what he calls the "law of fore- The company economist has The nine-week training Includes lower-denomination rang of \tr and Mrs. Mortimer B., a LAST WEEK'S WINNER --
east feedback.He states the been proved wrong. The odd! : naval orientation, history Savings Bonds, was announced Bales Jr., of 329 North Jackson -
law ai follows: "Every economic thing Ii that if he had kept his and organisation, seamanship by the Whit House late in St. Quincy completed' -' Connie Vanslone
forecast If U U widely forecast I secret from th. sales ordnance and gunnery, January The issue date of May basic training April 10 at the Did Not Have
enough known and believed, manager he might have turned military drill, first aid and sur 1 was fixed to coincide with !Naval Training Center, Great
tend to Influence the course out to be right By doing his I the launching of "Operation Lakes, 111 Her Card Punched
of IM the predicted events and" job he has set forces In motion vival.During the training recruitsreceive Security" a nationwide Saving 1 The nine-week training Includes ,'5 ,
s> unpredictable manner. that reveal his own fallibility, tests and Interviews Bonds campaign which runs until naval orientation, history BONUS WINNERS -
It U easy to think of economic Pity the poor economist! which determine their future July Fourth. May 1 U also and organization seamanship Mrs. I. D.Rowan.Lille Mae Walker. %
forecasts which help to make Two things are to be specifically assignments In the Navy Upon the 23rd anniversary of the lasuanc ordnance and gunnery, ,49
themselves come true. Suppose. noted In Mr. Smlth'i completing th. program they of the first Series I military drill first aid and survival .. ,..,t Mrs. Jim Mahaifey Mary Kate Fafa.o .
an economist with a wide reputation statement of his law First, the are assigned to service schools Bond Albert Cox
for successful feedback effect occurs only lithe for technical training or to ship Purchase! price of the new During the training recruits
let It be known that he 10reellll'l forecast Is "known and belIeved and stations for on-the-job bond, which will reach full face twelve tests and Interviews
arise In the price of .. ." Second, It occurs "In training In a Navy rating specialty value In and ninemonths which determine their future

TIME TO WE HAVE-- i Naval. training produces the Mr Macon, uR2ltln said that the new i completing assignments the In the program Navy Upon they I IWE FEATURE FROSTY MORN MEATS! I
power in seapower by supplying bond Is not a "memorial" to are assigned to sorvk-e schoolsfor
Devo PaintsPlnmbisg qualified p* jnnd to man the late President, In that it Is I technical training or to
Fixtures the ships, planes and shore no different from other denominations .
stations ships and stations for on-the- Frosty Morn Whole SmokedPICNICS
Complete Line of .. Bonds,
of
of todsy's Navy Savings I
job training in a Navy ratingspecialty.
Building Materials I II all of which bear portraits ofdeceased .
Alcoa Aluminum Roofing LANDS IV LAWS ARMS : chief executives However t
Gslvanlsed Roofing k biding I Lisbon, Portugal A bandit beneath the portarlt of Naval training produces the ,
Ilousewarrt fe Gift literally landed Into a police- Mr. Kennedy are the words I power In sespowcr by supplying
Carey Asphalt Roofing I man'a arms afte rsnatchlng a from his inaugural address I qualified personnel to man the .
Gold Bond Sheetrock woman's purse Attempting to "A k not what your country shins, planes, and shore stations .
"
REMODEL and Gypsum Products I escape, after the snatch, Ed- can do for you ask what you of today's Navy.. : : .
Plus Goods k Farm ruin uardo FUlpe was hit by an can do for your country" ---- I
BUILDBELL Hundreds of oth automobile that knocked him "The reproduction of this: U'E TIRNS l\ ALARM ye
against a traffic polUwman. The memorable statement. on the
& BATES HARDWARE CO. face of the bond" said Mi '
thief's victim told police what Stanford, Cal When firemen W.
IS NORTH MADISON STREET O.UWCY had happened, and FUipe was Macon, "Is a fresh l reminderthat responded to an alarm t
put in Jill our citizens help strengthentheir front Stanford University Medical lb.25e ,
own security and, thereby Center they found some
the security of their com red- fared, while-coated researchers
I muntty and their country when an innocent looking
they Invest a portion of their ape but no fir, Researchers -
savings In Bonds" i
Savings were pushing I caged ape
VOTE I I to an experimental lab whenhe I Frosty Morn
Former Resident reached through the bars
and pulled the alarm lever I

I Dies In Milton FRANKS 3 Pkgs. 97 e

,1 Douglas B, Smith 50, of TERMITESSWARMING
Milton died at the Santa Rosa
I EDWINBAURlxlClerk I 'I Hospital in Milton April 21 ? I Fresh
Born In Gadsdcn County, he
moved to Milton in 1M52 Mr.
(Smith was I member of the 1i ,

I Iin former LaFayette Tallahassee resident.Presbyterian where he Church was a I PORK LIVER 4 Ibs. loo

YOUR I| Graveside :I" i
I services were con cal
May 5th ,ducted at 10:30 Thursday morning I
of Circuit Court April 23 at the Kunnydrl
I Cemetery In Gretna with the
':Rev. Thomas E. Cuttlno and PAN SAUSAGE 4 ib $100
j. the Rev David Hall officiating 1.. the Sake st raw h. a <.
I,The_.__ _8tr1l.__nq*.._Mrtrrml nn"n.. Funeral, \

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April 30 1964 With 5.00 Order


Dear Fellow, Gadsden Countians: French's


BAR-BQSAUCE s5 s. 29
Please permit us this opportunity to make a final plea for :

your help In the election of Scott Kelly to the oiiice of Governor

We hare reasoned together and believe that Scott Is qualified.

; aggressive, energetic, business like, and a native of this county. Kansas Queen Jitney JungleFLOUR

and he commands our full support. We have reasoned also

that this county finds In Scott Kelly the only candidate with Z 39 I OLE02ik29<

whom we can talk and get a sympathetic audience for discus

sion of our local problems. We believe to be reasonable thatno

other candidate would be the least concerned about our
Caress AuroraAIRFRESNNER
situation when compared to the thickly populated areas from

which they come. We, who were born and reared In this TISSUE

county. love our county and would like to see It In a positionto

support our children so that they might finish their schooling 1

and return here for their livlihood and enjoy their heritage as 83c Size 49c 4 2 Roll SSe

adults. We believe that you can get the man out of Gadsden Only Pkgs.Something .

County but you can't get Gadsden Couny out of the man. Indications New by Northern

are from talking to Scott Kelly that he feels the same

way. Jitney JungleICE


So pleas., do everything you can to help us elect Scott.

who might very well be the last opportunity we have to put a MILK 2 t1C gal. 79

man In the Governors office with any concern for this county

that has such a email population when compared to the Cast


Coast Counties. Sunklst l .

r Remember, our effort Is in behalf of this county. One of usE

k Is a farmer the other a druggist. We stand to gain nothing LEMONS19< J .:iJ'Y.ow

f: more than you but we sincerely believe It to be to the advantage .

6 of all of us to elect this man. v&&

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f Thank you for your help.Sincerely ,


s T ONIONS lb. 5cGolden


C. W. Harbin and R. L Massey
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FOOT_ OADSDBM COUNTY T1ME8. QUINCY. FLORIDA TOUKSDAT. APRIL ... IBM

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand hold $26 billion of our money wt hove sold U redeem- Friday, May 1- Alcoholic Anonymous and Akmon Wednesday, May 13- Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., Poj
eo.tUnutnfTHK obi In gold. But we ain't got ill Family Group, 8 p.m. St Paul's Parish House; Office; Army Recruiter, Post Office; Joyce, 12 DOC

CHATTAHOOCHES TRIBUNE We now have $15.461 blll'-on: In gold We must n Canning Center 8 5; Shrine Club, 7:30: p.m., Kit- Klttrell's; Exchange Club 1 pm, Jefferson Hoes

Published each Thursday at IS 8. M.&.. StTMl serve $117986 billion by law ta support our currency and trell'i Restaurant; Junior Woman's Club, 11 a.m., Canning Center 8 5 p.m. |
4' /.,.w H. furry Newspaper banking liabilities. The Government has borrowed $1.830 Womaa'i dub House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12
ESTABUSHED: 1801 billions Senator WlUUm Proxmtr Joint Economic Commltl*
repayable In gold. That leaves $8314 million Poet Office.
Quincy Florid. noon D..WU. said that It I* s shooing hearing Indicates that United
ee..d -... um4 us 0-. ........ (not billion). Obviously, that $26 billion held abroad will 4- Bwanls Club, 1 Jefferson Mount I set that the American tax. State rteanuhip lines, whil!
Monday, May p.m.
not be convertible to gold. payer It now actually subitdlt- I receiving Federal subsidies, ar*
One rear. UOO Tw ye.ra MM Sti Mootha fl." But devaluation of the dollar Is still not inevitable Canning Center, 8 5; American Legion, John W. tog competitive foreign ship- .also In profit-pooling arrange
8 American Home pin,. Evdence presented at the I menu with foreign line.
J. U fisochha.os Pw3/nAw Cutting\ foreign spending to the bone would restore Shaw, Post No. 84, p.m., Legion ;
a
Den Carmas 4 WMsmf en** N.... favorable balance of trade, relieve planned budget deli. :Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30, RAM.,
I : Council 23, 8 Masonic Building I See and Hear
TaLMar-Quln p.m. ; '
cite Passage of the Johnson $3.4 billion foreign aid pro I
gram would really tear it our dollar bill that is. Hold Soda Security Representative, 9:30 a.m., Courtroom, iI
NATlONALfDIfOIiAL Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30 p.m., Scout,
bata! And holler!
your
@I L N Hut Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.ra, First PresbyterianChurch ; Billy JamesFIARGIS
LLtt: t ; Political Rally sponsored by Jaycees, Pilau
Monroe Doctrine BuriedIt
Supper, 8:30: speakers 7:30: at Livestock Pavilion.i iTu.aday
has now been made plain by the White House
that the enslaved Cubans need no longer look to the U. S. May 5- Canning Center, 8 5: Rotary Club,1 ''
for rescue 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meeting, I ?g w
8 Lions Club, 7 KittrelTt Restaurant I
Eynes Impressive President Johnson, who had Soviet Ambassada p.m.; p.m. e World Famous

Dobrynin in for a discussion of our problems with the Wednesday, May 6- Jaycees, 12 noon, Klttrell's Restaur! '
James W. Kynes bears Impressive title of Attorney Kremlin, Is reported to have told Khrusa's boy that the ant Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m.. Post Office; Exchange ,' Evangelist and

General of the Slat of Florida, but it seems quit. naturalto U. S. will be pretty annoyed 11 the Russians go beyond Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning I AntiCommunistFounderDirector

call him "Jimmy". as he Is known to a great numberof Cuba in their establishment of Communism Center, 8-5. I

Floridians, after only a short acquaintance even This attitude, plus the Administration view that Cuba
May 7CannIng Center, 8 5; Men's Slow-
though his public service record, hi. educational back 1s no direct military threat to the U. S. or any of the Thursday
Softball N.F. CHRISTIAN
Pitch Randy's vs. Experimental Doyle
ground, and the sheer bulk of the man are a little awe. other Latin American countries; plus the State Departmenl' -
Conner Field 7.30: ; Florida State Employment Service,
"policy paper" which regards Castro's forces 01 CRUSADE
Inspiring.
9 3, S. Robert St. __
Jimmy Kynes seems to be one of those persons predestined defensive, even if they are "by all odds the most power I
to leadership, and his training was pointed In ful" In Latin America; plus the Fulbright "myth" speed Friday, May 8- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon Speaking on:

that direction. At the University of Florida, where he was deploring our hostility\ to Communism and urging that Family Group 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; Canning "THE ENEMY WITHIN
a star athlete and student leader, he earned degree In we accept the idea that Cuba belongs to Castro, appears Center 8.5; Pilot Club, 7 p.m.; Air Force Recruiter -

both public administration and law. to mark the final Interment of the Monroe Doctrine. 9 12 Post Office. I
His ability quickly gained official attention. In 1957, Certainly, the news that Khrushchev Is bringing home I THE FAR LEFT"TALLAHASSEE
Kynes was appointed by Governor LeRoy Collins as a the last of his troops from Cuba, except for a "military Monday, May 11- Ciwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House;j:
Eastern Star 8 Masonic
Center, 8 5 ,
state prosecuting attorney in Central Florida. In 1961, mission" of a few hundred officers and men Indicates Canning ; p.m.* SATURDAY APRIL 25
I ,
Governor Farris Bryant chose him as his top administrative that the Kremlin boss is satisfied with his Caribbean adventure Building; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m.,

aide; and in January, 1964, appointed him state attorney and confident that all U under control Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30 j FLORIDAN HOTEL
generalIn The departure of the Commies In uniform will make p.m., Scout Hut;; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First
Church Men's Slow Pitch Softball. Ran.dy' 7:30 P. M.
Presbyterian ; I
for that infiltrators, saboteurs well
this position of great responsibility, Kynes was room many more ,
Joe Wedeles, Inc., Doyle Conner Field, 7:30.:
quickly tossed some hot potatoes and emerged with poisoners and assorted experts in anarchy to operate from vs. CHRISTIAN CRUSADE IS an anticommunist ministry

added stature. On. such case was the arrest of 36 Cuban the Western Hemisphere Invasion base. But perhaps Ambassador Tuesday, May 12CannIng Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, with headquarters In Tulsa Oklahoma now in Its
fishermen for violating U. S. territorial waters. Hie firm Dobrynin will advise his boos to keep then 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic I sixteenth year of fighting for Christ and America.Its .
and clear handling of the matter won nationwide plaudits. home since the U. S. Government disapproves of Communism -
and varied and heard via
Gadsden Net Trimmers, 7:30 messages are many
Jimmy now laces another challenge: his first cam. on this side of the world except in Cuba. Building: Emergency : the
the of
Club House, Shadow St.; George W Munroe: radio and television through pages Monthly
paign to win approval of Florida voters. It is easy to p.nu Magazine and Weekly Newsletter and through thousands -
PTAs Men's Slow Pitch Softball, N. F. Experimental
predict a victory for him; it is hard to imagine a man Will Cross His HeartFrom 'I of tracts, pamphlets and books.
.. Conner Field. 7:30
Massey Drugs Doyle p.m.
education
better qualified for the Job by by experience
President Johnson In New York, where he was
in Florida governmental affairs, by temperament
addressing an Associated Press luncheon, and from
We so predict: and we suggest that, by any yardstick
Premier Khrushchev in Moscow: via Toss news agency
of merit, he deserves your support. .
came practically simultaneous announcements of cutbacks
Palm Beach Post-Tlmes In fissionable materials. llm'l1IOW OOOGTl -mI, UMMIU WAS.IAHIT .
stones roe arrow
OwptnttoiIMTHU -1doftIIr g
The President sold would M II ere Mimrt. car ... m 14
cut p
en
we plutonium production !
How Do You Choose? /.r a pee_.IOCIDO...........,sewn tint, ......
by 20 percent, enriched uranium by 40 percent weld eve WT seed mH M.( prat ttftcUvt MtwttSjl'SlSSlJlJkJS
**"" "."' errM'C* -*
Khrushchev said he would '
stop construction on two ? S U P
Dnl.re plea w ........
How do you choose a political candidate? Any plutonium plants, divert more fissionable materials to (Mkoil Aim l.Met Hrti *r Wion .... ..< t
candidate from senator to county Justice of peace has peaceful uses. He would reduce production of Uranium MId Mml pete, krUkt nnul MMfoM.MM, pump, sawsan," Mnttnm <
pirn (OiMptMf etatct torqw corwrtar ertn *>IL
put himself up for office and is subject to Judgment of thevoters. 235 "for nuclear weapons." He didn't say how much. nlnrMl .Mt>. eve ale wd ftwMtM, tat row went --,...
offer and such to P.CDUMCO MMTIIWICb TIll sloes. Mlntmic. wntoM w r..
slogans gimmicks
They many We will do Khrushchev U .
as we say. might only pled mm tt mmitr-dwift mlM dl KJ I sent w 4,000
attract your attention such as "one united happy family, for the novelty of it But how will we !know? No means of will. *li>mr awn And peas .H.filter miry ...... MlckWM s
best qualified, build with me, winning team, experienced, checking has been suggested. MHT I clti o Mm tuttraltr M.< mry*I nmttn tatty MMT_lrt Mntln tvMMin cad.*nplic ore' *n.It d
competent proficient, qualified, proven, tried, capableor erred ewer k e Ctrrilv wen..,.,.11011 Aitkerln4 Of Mr .
eel. n-sue 1I..af7 le.M.t cad.rdeeee oM. .
Just plain, "vote for me." There are many more that Wallace's VoteThe w.e--.........apses tewne.r..-..poet.. f
might be mentioned.
Do you select your candidate for an office because amazing vote received by Governor George Wallace

he belongs to your club, your church, your community in Wisconsin reveals there 1s currently a groundswell .
or side of the railroad tracks? Or because.your Mends of conservative sentiment In the country. It was

( tell you he will be a winner? Or because you like his apparent a major conservative trend was present In

hair, beetle brows, winning smile and personality or particular 1960, when the late President John Kennedy barely
"pie In the sky" offers and promises? Do you base managed to squeak in, with all his campaign eloquence,
your selection on what friends or opponents say that organization and charm.
might, or might not, be true? We submit that all of these And It should be remembered that In 1960 the complexion .

I or any one, will be used by many voters on May 5th. of Congress turned more conservative in the election THE DODGE BOYS

We feel that qualifications for any public office not the reverse. Yet since that time oil the emphasis .
should be based on more than this. Actual performance In Washington has been on liberalization, more and *

t of past work, professional or otherwise, in the Job sought, more liberal legislation. offer the warran that made.histDryl5YEAR !

or some other capacity, provides one wardstlck that Is the nation in step with those pushing the trend?
I' should not be overlooked. Is he honest truthful fair, The Wisconsin 'vote causes one to doubt It. In spite of

forceful thorough, dependable and successful? Does he denials that the vote means something, quite obviously

have the background educationally professionally, and it was a bombshell and Is significantThe
socially to perform the duties of the office he seeks? It is fact that a Dixie Governor, one not even a good 5010 MILE

wise to look at these too. Is the candidate (man or image in more sophisticated Dixie States, could poll this

woman) the one you would "hire" to run your own astounding number of votes ((30 per cent) In a State like

business, household, or head up the business or proI Wisconsin is almost unbelievable.Had .
fession In the place of the present head you are working anyone wanted to get on this, be could have
for? obtained 100 to one odds prior to the voting. Wallace,.
: We feel that where choice for an office is offered, himself add he would be tickled If he got 25,000 votes.I PROTECTION !

I some thought and comparison, using your own yardsticks He got more than ten times this number, more than a
made up perhaps of some, or all of the above criteria quarter million!

will help you to cast a more Informed, worthy and Conservative strength' in the nation must be stronger
thoughtful ballot even though It might not be a winningone. than some politicians have assumed. i

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, "The 'King May Not Enter"A 'QUINCYCALENDAR OF EVENTSA


i man's house Is his castle.

;, No assurance in all human progress Is more profound Community Service by the

or more historically significant that this fundamentalof of Commerce.
Gadsden County Chamber 627-tSlS
the Magna Carta on which the body of law far LET

\ the Western World has been built for 749 years. Because Calendar U based on Information reported by club 1 E1NEWT t IJ SURE

of this guarantee of unassailable possession and I secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding I1.D AND Cr. .YTRyTOAAATCHTHAT
privacy, men have gladly exchanged a lifetime of toll publication.Thursday

for .a home. Because of this security, the common man !
has dared to dream, to plan, to achieve.But .
I, April 30- Canning Center, 85; Florida
a man's home, the embodiment of all he lives
State Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St
for and the Inspiration for the progress of centuries, will
no longer be his castle the finger of Federal "assistance"

touches his financing and If the Senate should yieldto

I Civil the Rights Increasing Actl pressure being put upon It to pass the 1 1 Every one of the exciting 1964 Dependables from Dodge Is backed by this amazing

The authority of this bill extends to every bank and warranty! Dodge 440-the luxury car in the low-price field. Dodge Dart-the first

I lending Institution participating in the Federal Reserve i family size compact. Dodge 880-the big car for the big car man. See them all

System, the Federal Home Loan System or receiving any at your Dodge Boy's now! He's got the styles you want, at the price you want, and

Federal Government financial "benefits" and through Put Your TelephoneInto he's making deals that have to be seen to be believed!Talk to your Dodge Boys today!
them to the owners of most every home In the US. Thus

any mortgage Involving any Federal financial Interest, Those
becomes, under the Act a waiver of the Magna Carla and Bs BBmBsBBBBBlB BBBBHHBiaBBBBBBI

the U. S. Constitution. The "king" in the guise of a Plans, Too! '
Federal Inspector may enter, and decide to whom the

owner may rent of sell his property and even approveor 64 DODGE
disapprove of architects, realtors or lawyers involved
In the transactioal
Six times since 1949 the Congress has voted down
proposals to violate In the fair name of "civil rights," the Telephone convenience in today's new homes 1s
traditional right of Americans to be secure in their homes. usually pre-planned so that phones are where
want them when want them. Extra
you: you
To make sure that the Senate now rejects the current
outlets for extensions are installed during
civil rights disguise for Federal regimentation, every construction or remodeling\ with all the wiring
; homeowner whatever his race or creed or national concealed. When your phone needs change ail ny. M r M1
origin should demand of both his Senators that they you do is plug in an extension where it's needed.
vote to preserve the dignity and freedom of all Ameri'

cane I Whether you're building a DOW house '
II I or remodeling we'll be lad to help :i ; >
you"telephone condition it Just call
We've Been Had : our business office.Qutncy .

Not since the Depression, when President FranklinD.
Roosevelt took the nation off the gold standard, has it'1

1 been possible for a citizen with a paper dollar to get gold'
l for it During thelnterira. the U. S. has been credited
with having more gold than anybody In the vaults at .: LESTER MCTORS, INC.

Fort Knox $24.5 billion at one point! I Telephone Co.

Today, thanks to reckless foreign aid policies, plusq.nding : WEST JEFFERSON STREET Qulncy.: FlorlcrAO"

for and by our overseas forces foreigners now !

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YOUTH ASKS HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS fruit aaladi and fresh fruit berries carefully Into freezer I ripe strawberries Make IIIU'O !Mr*. Camp offer this recipe: etch part Vi Inch thick butter and sweetened berries

and at a topping for eupa,1 container Do not pack down from one cup small berries STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE 3. Spread one part with butter Place layer together and coyer

Freeze torn ttrawberriei,For freezing containers, use by crushing simmeringwith 2 cups sifted flour and place other part on with remaining berries.

Tot a Faith and I Challenge now for UM later after the plain canning Jar or any of the Vi cup sugar, and straining 3 teaipoon baking powder top or cut Into Individual bit Serve at one with or without

Good Example. Known and Good Limits Explanations Rom By Marjorie Demonstration B. Gregory.AientNEW strawberry: season U part. Mr. freezer cartons. If you use glass through cheese cloth. You'll 1 teaspoon salt cults, placing two rounds together whipped cream

and Consistency And IS TilE TIME Susan C Camp, nutritionist, Jar be sure to leave Vi Inchheat need about one cup sweetened e tablespoons shortening with butter between
:
To B* Heard FOR STRAWBERRIESWith Florida Agricultural Extension space for expansionFrees Juice, Thicken with 111 table- 3/3 cup milk 4. If preferred, one beaten If the 48 million ton of
Service, give torn suggestions and store at 0 degree spoons cornstarrh Cook until 2 tablespoons sugar *(g may be added to V* cup products shipped by the steel
:Bf Dorothy B. Alexander Florid strawberries to for freexlng Fahrenheit. When you are sauce 1s clear. Add a little but Sweetened Strawberries milk to be used Instead of 2/3 Industry's tin mills during the
Publications Specialist. abundant and reasonably priced Wash, cap and drain berries. ready to use them let the berries ter to give a glared, brilliant I, Sift together flour, baking cup milk first nine month of 1083 could
Florida Division el enjoy their bounty In any number Place them In a bowl and cover thaw In the container look to the sauce, Top with powder, salt and sugar, Cut In 5. Bake In a shallow pan In be made into one giant can, it
Child Training Schools of way fresh with cream. with one cup of sugar to every For a strawberry pie, fill a whipped cream, If you Ilk. shortening and add milk. Mix a 42V r oven for 19 minute would hold all the water flow k
In shortcake and pie, in Jams. four cup of berries. Let stand flaky, already baked 6.Inch piecrust Strawberry sh shortcak makes lightly until like biscuit dough 8. When done, separate lay log over Niagara Falls for the

Moot encouraging new to all and_preserves, In_ke_cream_ In until the sugar melt. Spoon. or tart shells .with large any meal. a festive. occasion 3 Divide Into. two parts- -Roll- ere Spread each layer with.next. 62 years.HUDSON'S _. .. .
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Interested In guiding wayward ,
children away from a life of
crime and Into good citlienthlp
la that a Task Force on Juven
lie Delinquency will shortly begin -,
survey of the State to I,
: find out what la needed In all POUNDER'S DAYS
1 ': areas and along what lines In:I SALECONTINUES
curing that "disease of the I
,. spirit which 1* delinquency.1" :
Th Tuk Fore will choose
I nationally recognized groupto
nuke this survey. The group

will be of ODe what having programs wide knowledge areI MAY

I needed to combat delinquency, THRU SATURDAY 2nd!

bow they should be carried out I J
and what will coat. Funds
for the Survey they are provided by I SAVINGS ALL OVER THE ENTIRE STORE! BE SURE TO SHOP BOTH FLOORS DURING THIS COLOSSAL
a Federal grant to the State oft,

:I' Board Florida of to Health be used in by th*the Interestof State 1 ONCE A YEAR SALE! WE HAVE SCOOPED THE MARKET TO BRING YOU SAVINGS SUCH AS YOU HAVE

;, to all better the mental people.health The Advisory.services' NEVER SEEN BEFORE! HURRY IN TODAY! SHOP BELK HUDSON'S IN QUINCY

over Committee 100 people on Mental, ha HUIUI'I WHERE YOU ALWAYS SAVE!

:1 pointed by he Governor.
this large group was
; .. 1
Steering Committee of 13 to I

i,,r work out and plans submit for them speclflo to programs the), HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE TERRIFIC BARGAINS YOU'LL FIND!

Advisory Committee for ap

I i h: 'J proval.Th Delinquency*. Task ha Force* chosen on Juvenile to give I II WE HAVE MANY MORE WE CANNOT LIST DUE TO LIMITED SPACE! ]

I priority in H* survey to the
1 After-Care Program a program I
designed to give counseling :
,f and guidance to children)
returning home from the training II
schools, and to th* families
; 1 of that child both white
tie la In the training school and
!
>: after hi* return. Too often over I See these easycareBlends g far
W the year the good training received
IJ. In the training school
baa been lost because of a lack
of help to the child in making I and !
.9 the transition from the school i Jerseys
back to family and community
,; where, waiting for him, are the
lime Influence which eootrlb-I i'4\\ iIP

,., uted to hi* having to EXCITING, FULL-SKIRTED BEAUTIES -
mitted to th* training school in
l the first place. I
The Attar-Car Bill, written
I end sponsored by the Florida' : i
: Council of Juvenile Court Judg- J
*., war passed by the Legisla
'
lure last year but without an 5.00 I
appropriation to implement it At'i\
The bill specified that the program :i: \ :

be carried out under the .
lI: auspices of the director of child () "
.('Ii training achooU I


Florida Arthur Division Q. Doder of, director Child,I ShlrMreal.' .fc. Docron polyeater-ond.Awon. rayon t r

j Training Schools and advisor or ZantreJ. Polynoik royon-ond-cotton olio softly ; sships. j
,; to the Task Fore on Juvenile feminine( style In acetate jersey.Colorful print,some w ,.
Delinquency, was asked to makean and cheeki. Junior "'lIS..', half sizes ails J ( ,
estimate of what a survey I Kilt; ROLLABOUT 24" OUTDOOR GRILL
,,
would cost H 'W"'" ,.J- '" ii '
gave them three
'
figures: For a cursory survey, P tt e xr BARBECUES FOR A BIO CROWD
a minimum %.____
survey a certain
figure; for a more thorough I L 1P Turn handle lo adjuit grid
more specific type of survey height Iturdy tubular cool cone 5 8 8
another a larger figure, bui I loured lags, jumbo S" "", ..I., .
for a complete survey by an third lg on eon-relllng costar I
objective group from outside Coy red enamel!with gray Who.
the State, to find the needs in I ;x rounder' Doyi ipecloll
all types of Florida communi \
ties, where there was a need
for clinical service to the Juv-
enll courts, what detention
needs are, what the require-
1 anem of a good after-oar pro
gram are, etc, then the coat
,t
would be estimated at $ O, .
j., The Committee voted this last
amount for a I1ret Mua. authorltatlv -|/
survey and decided
to give priority consideration to I
the after-care program needs, ski
that this part of the survey
might be completed by October
In time for the Task Forces
I recommendations to be Included
in the budget and presented to'
the Legislature next Spring I'
This Is the first step toward
an stuck on the "dinease
the spirit that is dellnqueney"I :
Which will be SUte-wlde and
coordinated. It la a fine beginning 1





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ELECTRIC CAN OPENB '

Bulk In bottle opener'I Iran t
Halt
By i"
j The words "value" and "'ba -I .lever, swgnet hold. sipped 88 1
5 '
i gain" have an important dUf-l off fids.On counter or atom*.
Serena of meaning In the mindof
\ th* modern consumer I STEAM-DRY IRON
This difference should be Fingertip control iwllthe .

understood by the retailer, especially I front dry to steom.Tempera*
when he ls preparing lore diol toed fabrics. SHOP, COMPARI THIS
his I advertising. i
Long ago, the mass of Amer- LOW DISCOUNT PKICES _1 _
i lean consumers passed the Cas
Canvas Ud
(tax. when he wsa looking for I
a "bargain" at any price The
"
modern consumer even if be Ww/' itylM forth*whoU fomllyl
to a millionaire Is very much
oncerned wWi value I I
The low-price chain stores 2.47
Mia a* Sear, Kroger, and \\4"
A P, recognised this several
year ago and de-emphasised
price. Their present advertialng, ..-.w pl-yobo*.
stresses quality and service at oM www.rl OI,4te..wiloa sirp Ile.,
:. a good price Such store do WASH CLOTHS HAIR SPRAY ,, thbo, .. tedl AJ with
Mt even wish to be the cheapest "kaeobs. dMl."l2
stores In town. Their aim .aeele I/T
C JtM-dTtf toawo *
is to assure the consumer oftiaxlmum 5 IT
quality per dollar, tlod$ *.
pent. atonal 1! fed. _
ila other words, those
wbk* were once most feared I forfeit. sMpH, ...".* atrTecfl. Hold beMN '* .",y w. rt.i rl

by independent retailer BOW Soft yet efficient loop At IM tom,ef l*..... M, dktse/CIa
are using sale techniques price you &*?lf aural stock."! (lilt*|M.Or .)vII wewdeeM Try Itl
of ta-
which are the strength
dependent retailers.
.
The totally owned store can 1

provide friendly, personalised
service, special attention to r
each customer, and carefully
elected quality gMrcbandls
t
1aatIMIe prosperoua economy
are the Wall tile ..- ,
2 Miner value most They are '00 UP! SPIUCI lIP
being featured In the advertising TOMHOMNOWfOISrtltt
of he great national stores.
They certainly ahooM be tea-
tired to the adrertUUg of the 1.11 H-
,
reUUer I e t LIGIIT BULBS
Independent I iki ".4.4 C.'.. I.
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AJDUDlLUILT1Ie uu1ll I I ,......Tss.hw are.Choke' HATBOX HAIR DRYERS
taiud; saw wa reported Salt lUcoieW colon, swoosh Man-glees ..- C 'kk W. perch srd.. build ells.

ready to provide sabcuaUal Ll.deb.edser Cas BUry safe .* dankest ds gMt+. 10 Mdt w. Mows lid eleealde tlrlssl. Oracedsoup rre eve ..... .
etooomJe aid t* Brazil .er
horsed --. dwwN .
ft* asilrtxOsil .... 9.88
U President*? bsJMighteolag Brancaadopu.*.**fIMC ..... ...... ....... .,... ,te .... ........
fe fisarlir Pwy -
e.d basts.r piss hcv p
pkrrs vegelabie
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wren Tb tasted *, sad tfcoka0., 7J w 100 + sir.p aoXekMCADSDEN
** flnsnrUI aid, .e0 ot eM cr-.
UM* aouro =
U.d.d ghee
are holding up almost *JOOOOJXM > k11
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SIX 3ADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY, TLORTDA, TOURSDAT, APBH. SO,-'IW4WOMEN'S .

oaded taffeta styled with a Monday night, April M In the Mrc. Bishop High
borne of Mr- BIBrIdJy Scorer At Bridge
sleeveless, fitted bodice and! McCormleka
rounded neckltoe with apt, Inverted with Mr*. Wallace: : nineteen \ Mr*. Mercer Bishop was hiffcscore
plet* on the akin co-hostess. There ware winner and Mr*. Joseph
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atchlng ptllbo headpieces, el members rfcalled to Jr. o| bingo
matching shoe, and long white The Suber, fipdr) at
Mr*
by the president the Tuesday afternoon bridge
gloves completed their accessories. :
terH
carried itra *. the devotional; club when Mrs. Douglass
They cascadese
Persona, baying Item of aoda} nature are urged \Q caflMII. < pink daisy mum "Pretty Name for Ugly 81ns Brook entertained. They were
May S. Richardson'Cd MAP 74Q3Coke The bride entered the aanct- > was given by: Mr*. Tnomai Kel'MII awarded boxes 01 dusting powder

sari with her ICepolat.b.r. Job .
i iiiiiii iii i rTTTPi r i i nm nm >m r ------ ----------- ltolJluUl, who give her in mar- Rose and other spring flower
meetingand
rial. Her traditional gown of the minute of the last thetgpssurer's were at Interest point in
biw slipper satin flexoringot Mrs. John Cody gaol room
Party ForJvliss waa Y the party
ending In a pbapel train y report. Southern Following three proll'rUloaetII.
A on ]
study course
in back. The lace bodice was hostess aerveil a iliad plate'
Middleton Asia' taught by Mr McCormick -
enhanced with the long sleeves
with During the
Tuesday night.' game
ending in tapered point at the began 4nInlyw .
tonight frutt session
There will be a
Miss Mary Mlddletoo. bride .,ricU. liar ballerina length '
sessions nest
elect, win the honoree ft a delightful veil wan attached to a prows of and week.two more Given Atemerald
Coca Cola party fuf white rose bud and *he carried "Where Doe A
day morning when Mri. JohnC. 21f" a white prayer book Covered Christian The program Woman Volunteer Crest(
Hlnnon Mrt. #. Buryl HI* with a Urg wnlte. purple Mri.
Mr. and AlxaDderJohn.on
f L Her Time? was presented byMrs.
don Mri. John Illgdon, Jr., 1 1'lt throated orchid. Qren McPherson of Tallin6 enter
Mia Sara May Love and Mripantey 1I The bride' mother chose for I Till meeting next month will tuned will a houteparty at
Hlgdon entertained for the i event, a pale blue lace andchiffon ,4 be on May 18 in the home atMr Emerald Crest )lilt weekend.
per, The terrace of Mr. Hn! I dress which she wore *. Harris.Jefferson. Guests were Mr. and all" John
eon wa the picturesque letting With whit. glove and black ao- Hlgdon, Jr., Mr. and Mr*. Harvey
for thla nice affair Native oeasurle. lIB corsage was pwhile House Is Sober John Sober, Mina
greenery and flower and purple throated orchid.A Mary Hlddlelon, Mr. and Mrs.
) plants in full bloom turroundd '. I navy lace and chiffon dress #. -:. a Scene of Luncheon Cantey Hlgdon, Stephen Suber.
the group who were seated over taffeta Mr Allen Butch, and Mr .
was worn by Miss J'lhrynS'lve.ter of John Mr. *
.t small table} centred by red Ilt a ,F ttr. t Shiver at her Atlanta, who often visit her Bob Carpet George Hamilton,
,'.erankana. \ 17 s ,eweaasoriya and ehpplso ac- entertained a group of friends Mlsi Terri) Rpbertwn and John
Among the fD guests were -.rft. 1.1" wore Wnwn.
Y and relative at the Jeffeponliou
mother of he engaged coupUMr \. 1a11.f1.. '71.: 1J white orchid.: ** Wednesday with I lunch Swimming, \boating and eatluf
*. W. E. Middleton and Mr*. gecepUuifollowing eon. Spring flowers centered seafood were on tilt agenda.

Morris. Suber. I the ceremony a r.I .- the table.Following.
I Open face tomato sandwiches eeplMtl was held) in 1iie church W lunch, reminiscing For farmers, spring 1* the
tiny biscuit and sausage I social nail where sweetheart was enjoyed. Urn far work, not I.ver.TRIED .
ChMM straws, cookie and yere U eiJ to creaif a 7f,>xi.
,
Coca: Cola were served 'eta-+waMlae.t.e.w. '. epw + bridal selling. Mri. Homer .
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The bride elect received apersonal ;Chester Introduced fveal* tolib. -
gin a* a memento of e receiving line.A Mr. cn
Ibis occasion. candelabra holding a single -
taper attached to a tiny Mi Christine Breeder And
Bridge Club Meets sweetheart rose noergay was $

With Mrs. Hinson placed table which at each was end overlaid of the punch with Rgbet''# L GJUUJ Jr Recite Vows
rTs
a Mr. John Hlnnon was hostess a linen cutwork tulle cloth.A / <
swirl of rose and
to her bridge club Tuesday afternoon The wedding of Christine
fern encircled the punch bowl.
at her home. Row pod ,6 Pouring was Miss / Elizabeth Breeden to I14>bert L. Gunn, Jr. Forest Hills
mixed spring flower were el j L.f ohnson. Serving were Mill was solemnised Friday, April
.point of Inter**. of Faye Shofner and idles pynthl 17 it 8 o'clock: at the home of WSCS Meets
Winner of high atone was the bride In Quincy with the
Shiver Cox.
Mri.
Mr. end Raymond Loyd
awarded a double deck of cards.Snacks ,
offl-
and coffee were ten' Photo br Photo ttudlp i ;loco.; lhap Keeping lb. guest book was Rev. Ralph i.- McCaskill i Theo Woman' Society o'

ed during.the '!I*. Irs.book Charles was decorated Moore. The with guest a atlng.The bride I I. the daughter orMr Christian lulls Methodist Service of Church the For tee by arllt het non nw C.o.e..y ?woe
est met
Mis Carolyn Elkins Raymond W. R. Breeden
nosegay of sweetheart ro ea. and Mr* -
I
The brld'* table which was or Quincy and the bride-groom :
: MasonCOMPANY Music Shiver E change Vows circular, wa covered with awhite I. the DQ of Mr and !
r Loy4 culwoik cloth and cen Robert ftf w> of Mt. Mra'1
tered with a three-tiered wed gut' I
Ie E. Waahlnaton Street rjiarrlaue of Miss Carolyn James '. ShlvtrHavana. ding "cake, 'decorated at the The bride was given In
Mr. and
I. daughter of Mr, and Mn. base similar to the punch bowl. rllll' by her father. She
PIANOS ORGANS a. Holman of Quincy of A background setting wa 'A miniature bride and groom a short wedding l dress with :;
Band Instruments and Thomas Elkln of Havana formed In tb. church with gar standing under heart, topped biped aklrt If) two .
} to Raymond Loyd Shiver, lands of smilax eptwlnlng the the lipp r tier. the bride' bou with side front and back I
and Accessories took place Thursday, April 10, chancel rail 'nd twin-branch que( ,rompleted the aettlngr pleat Joining sleeveless mU'1
at 7:3U: o'clock In the evening ed tree candelabr The r*. Gladys rieUe- cut the at waist. It featured a ,
mpssive
Horn Ph4}. MA 76705pen In the Thorn** Memorial Baptist center arrangement of c.k. scooped neckline. The I
Chufcti CJuUx-y./ Officiating ,t white gladioli flea balanced one.ch For traveling to the pull the skirt had released box
Mo*.. fan* Wed. FrL; the double' ring ceremony wpsthe tide with pine bough* andfern ride changed to a white bro- with high round neckline TESTED
t (o I '.... All Day Sat Itev. Guy Wade. tre... pointy clusters ofP9tga ade taffeta dress and sckelwith ,cutaway front. '
Parent. of the _groom are pom inaikKl tif) unify! white acteiwrlei. She' Mr*. Aubrey Blount, later:
won from her bouTemporarily I Ii
e. life Orchid -. --. r ,. of f the bride, wa the matron
"One !lue>t. of[ honor. She wore a pink dress
Ferrell
Soloist| a.r'' pang :
the pew 14,*. with fitted i bodice featuring a I
Band, One }le rt" and "JJe.cau. f
Store
Your Furs & WoolensWith ..." Jlf we accompanied Shiver will reside at tic home bateau neck at front and a

by MlM Sandra fckeenes, "pt,"1/111- /jr hap perenta while her husband -, scooped back. I 'efb .
lat, who alte presented I program completes I tour pf slut Her headpiece was a maidi s
MORROW pf {ffadWonal weddlnlervUg will> Jhe U. >jf. Coart puard.gaged lag veil attached to a pink rose.., y .1PROVED

mu.lc. She wore .watching accessories i'
the groom U "best Couple The '* brother,
InI4TIE men 'u Charles Moor, of Ilavane. IJ John served as best man. I
Usher were Joe Joh Entertained Miss Judy Breeden kept the, I h.
FORT KNOX son, Floyd llarvell, brother-ln. ride'i book. I .,
1 law of the groom, Jimmy O. A reception! was given I by the'I Each year | have tried> to
Neal, all of Havana and Larry MIMI Miry Middleton and rlde'l parent at their home InQulncy. '
Barber of Qulncy. IJohn Suber, whose marriage \i iTh
The bride was, amended b, will be an event of the near couple will reside at mace my service; t tP the
Mr*. Bobby Shiver her al tar, future were the hbnoree at Ut JE. Washington St. In tjulncy. -
who waa matron of hono .n out door supper but night .
I -I Bridesmaids were Mia Bar- when Mr. and Mra. Howard \ county taxpayers better
bar Shiver, sister of the groom Fletcher Mr and Mr*. B. V ,
and Mis Jo Ann Fletcher air. Cantey! Mr. and Mr*. Sidney Titer Rehearsal
t.r of ,. Johnson and .
the brld Mr. and Mr l.
t- .. I I Their Identical gown were Fred Smith entertained for J Party Given I y" This Is My RecordmOM -
fashioned: ...of_peacock blue bro- them. The home of Air and
Mrs. Fletcher was the scene III Mr. and Mrs I,. B. Brunsoo I
( ub1 t' this nice affair. Native greenery entertained with f supper a
L and colorful flower and ty Saturday night April 18 ::f.i

S. :idea GOOD GOVERNMENT Ideal wrrlcin aeUlng.light!' formed an owing their rehearsal son and of Mis the weddingof Barbara TPE LA5T STATE AUPIT DATED: JUNE II. 1963

Among Ute II guest were fein Jensen. Mixed spring
DEPENDS
UPON parent' of the couple, )fro sod lower With dogwood predom- S All collection! of record were accounted (or.

-closet I YOUR VOTE Mr. 1; .JC. Ulddleion and Mr. natlng were at Interest points Record, were wl) keptOccupational
and Morris Suber.Thl In the church parlor of the license, and
hosts end hoatesae gave New Philadelphia Presbyterian S fanajble property taxes appeared (9 bare
been diligently collected.
the honoree a personal gift u Church.
I niementq pf this occasion. The wedding party, out oj .) Annual report of{ receipt, expense.* and net Income were promptly
RE ELECTBAURI lawn guests and families en- filed and correct

Chgreh Women joyed this delightful party, A Balanced cashbook wa kept

acarda..* accurate and ponyenlently filed.To .
ff npr $rjde Mrs. Spin Suber Is roll were properly closed.

a xtN Hostess At BridgeMrs. S Total amount collected lip this audit period wa S2.247J19.43.

Women of Woodland Pre by-
tartan miscellaneous Church entertained with to her. bridge Spin Suber club was Wednesday.Colorful hostess. oup# OFFICE; RULE J is TW; GOLD pif RULE T9 ONE; AND ALL.REELECT .
e shower fn hop-
or of Mrs. Lewis Strong recent spring flowers were at
bride, Tuesday night in Fl1ow- pont| of Intercut Preceding

CLEAN and STORE PLANW ship *Halt of mixed Beautiful spring arrengment flowers'- the game. she served refredfmenis. -

with rose and lilies predominatlng I, Mrs. Thomas Cumbl wa
high score winner on this occasion.
at of Inter-
were point
n1 gutter up your closets with UMMtonable eft. .

clothe when it's to easy to cal4 ui and have them Several bridal games were OIINTONBASSETT
enjoyed and favorite recipe 01 Birth' Announcement
whisked away to safe bxttrad ,ton|.T YOU double the guest preeented to the

your closet splice tnd-happy thj>uhtl wn\ bride. Mr. and Mr*. Ronald M. Scott
i .v The refreshment table was announce the birth of a 5015.Bert .
those
eaton when you want to start w,arin|
centered by a compote of rose Anthony, born.t rp1taf.:
clothea they'll \* returned Sanitona" dean, freeh On one end was the punch bowl the Gadsden
M the nary aewon. fJ1 this(or little more than the and on the other party\ MIX The baby weighed eight" pounds
wlrnee and cakes. air. and Mr*. Scott nave four
coat of(dry rfaanlng alone: sJ Thirty guest attended this other children, Steve, it i: 114I11-
lovely ahower dy/ II; Tlmmy 5; and Marry

3". COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
\ W OFFER When finished In 1964, that Paternal grandparent, are Mr
Louts W-Cntennlal Arc and Mr*.'J. E. Scott and< eu-
will be the nation' tallest mono ternal grandparent. Mr. and fold political Advertisement
The Finest Refrigerated EDWIN ument. Sheathed In atalnl_ Mr.. 0. C. ";eqr" Larson all

steel, tt will stand 830. feet high. of_Qulncy.___ ____
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"I rangement English Dogwood.of whit rose and I I Mrs. C. H. Rowan meeting.president presided during She

Mri. U,rtclwi A. Green openJlWetlng -
The greeted at
PAGE guest were Q'Boio Church< t With
WOMEN'S
the door by Mn. Murray Spooner ... cleUnWIt nd also told there
and Mrs. Adrian Fletcher. wSCS, {asidant i d work of i .e
The receiving line was corn- .r n of Method.
nosed of the bride and '
groom
Penooa haying !Item of social natui an urgod to call Uk'lar.*.W nit\ bridal attendant The annual meeting of tie 1AIMn.IIn.n a She anched scribed tree the ,> *
I Mrs May S. Rlcbardtoo at MAla 703 *. Woman' Society of Christian origin and mans wftat the twelve
The brt..M .'.* covered Service was held Thunday symbol were.

with whUsi twhroldered morning, April S3, It theGreensboro The Instillation service lime

Ushers were Ken Jensen, cloth Over pink. The four MettydUt Church and place will be announced
brother of the bride and Lwl tlerd whfte oM W" embossed The following t affirm wr UWrMr
Branson the groom's brother Wtttt *Wi rUM" taA W* topped fleeted to oifjc'. Mn. C. Her- David Love. In giving
Mike HoUlngxworlh served aa #,,"& ;taUWM bride; and nun Rowan, pnaldMt; Mnllerwhel tie doting thought, asked each
beat man. MUa Dedrt Ann groom.1 11'11.. (fM* of the !\t,. Coach vlM presl- member to think about plant
Kever, cousin of the bride wu table WM I VW*.-brtK'h candelabra dent; Mri. James A Cox secretary for more active church work.
honor cascaded with pink and treasurer: Mn :
maid of ---- -
Brlde m ld were MlM Regina roses and holding white lighted Julian Agerton. rhlldJ'fntl work CUE fOR DUNKING
Collins, the bride' cousin and candles On one end of the 'Crl. Robert Butte Christian ruitort Mo. If '011..*
Mill Linda Brunson sister of w brldff's table was a few arrangement bcUl relation; Mr*. Idwird caught drinking While driving
;* the of pink gladioli and It Sanaom, literature; kin In Callaway County, Missouri,
groomThe
.r pink rose. Mr*. Vance Lumen lt>nt Larkin nilMkmnry education ill Jail or clean up litter on V>*>
>4...' attendant wore identical xt Quinty, aunt of the bride, cut and service: Mri. Mary highways that U beer cans
,''' dresses of pastel blue lace featuring the cake and was assisted by Spooner promotion; Mri. David and liquor bottles. A 21'>,**1"-
: fitted bodice with long J. Love lift, Mrs
Sirs. 4lnunl Revel of Greens spiritual old student front Westminster
; sleeves terminating. In point it M k boro. Bernard 11 (Clarke student Colleiie chow to clean up a ftv*.
sr .. the wrist They carred boiiqueti life Mri. Lem M. Suber,
The table which held the ; supply mile road II. returned to court
of porn pom spraytd punch bowl was overlaid with work and Mr. John Barfleld with his litter collection and
tied with satin
pink streamersThe
a whit linen cloth with an arrtdgeinotvt youth work.Members. paid the additional fine of Ito.Re .
bride, who In
was given )
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of the nomination had
pleaded guilty to ear*
of and
pink
J hoes aIvebrinched .
marriage her father
by ,
wa ( candelabra bolding commit are M.... Harare less and reckless driving WIllie
3sn
rs ,, lovely In a floor length Sown Qi burning candle The Clark, Mri Hugh\ Van Landing drinking.
parchment taffeta and chaatilly 1 i "
yew wM ham Mi hat
i lace The bodice of lace featured punch bowl was surrounded by Mri: y a" Landing --- ---
"" e a ruffle of pink net with pink dam Education: seem to be an
a florentlne neckline
etched i
with Iridescent sequins and +eaa0 and whit dwarf ataleas Punch MM.: _Lyon a Crosby retiring_ endlew. affair. .
aeed pearls and long tapered was served by Mn Welburn 1 :
4 >N "" sleeve, The bouffant skirt had Rowan and Mrs. Glenn Sellvri
an overlay of parchment taffeta + .arasatwe of Crn boro LQNRF
\" edged with wide self scalloped: The floor hoitesae wen Mr
-'-- ; 'w.. lace caught with dlor bow, t i Thorn Smith !Mri. Adrian
Mr.and Mrs. Ranni Bru on'1'h00q draped over a double layer of + Fletcher Mri. Murray Spooner.Mr SIDIAL FARM
1 gathered chanUlly lace rutlei. Mildred Butler Mn.
by rboto BtuA 4 flewe Shoe Ralph
.t Chaeon, Mn. Ralph llolton Lowtij Closing, Costs High Appraisals.
Her elbow length veil of U- Y rt', !Mrs JUnml Smith Mia Glen-I J '
Miss Barbara Jensen i Becomes ualon cascaded from a crown it* fletcher, Sties Patricia TIONAL-
trimmed ,,11b4 pearl and Fletcher and Miss Nancy Clark I C9<< (P F.H.A.
Bride of Ronnie Brunson April 19 lace. She carried white Bible Tilt pride and groom left on
. given I to her by \.h. ? W S'.. It their wedding trip to an undisclosed Quick. Confidential and Courteous Service
was topped by a purple throated destination Mrs Casey .
Mist Barbara Jensen, daughter -
; orchid surrounded by netlacend wore a baby blue knit stilt,
of Mr. and Mrs Lyle, Jensen err and standards of pink gladioli itreameri. tf Quincy became: the pride of flanked by 4 candelabra The bride mother wore a ._n..__ MfIII' _.. shoe were of white patent, and
Ronnie Brunson! ionf Mr. holding pink oandlet. blue Jersey dreia with white her corsage was the whit orchid tllUH wpLF; Inc
and Mn. U B. Brunwn of Mill Sandra Skeenet organ- accessarl and whit orchid Mr. pn4 Mri.. Willie Uoyd Casey IIIE ] Tom tier wedding I bouquet. ,
Quincy Sunday afternoon' April lit played traditional wedding cottage. I :' *'... Ii'( Pbirte .m fte- wad Upon their return the couple 321 West Crawford Street
19 at 33Q at Thorns Memorial -music. will II .
prude at Dot K. College I "
Baptlit Church. The Rev Timothy Elder, pi- won The a pink mother three of piece the suit groom of Miss Betty Sue Smith Is Wed ive., Tallah.... shoot MAID t"r3
The Rev. Guy Wad performed tor of New Philadelphia Church The
cotton knit with whit patent wedding was directedby
the Impreailv ceremony sang, wither Thou Goeit" and acceuorlei. Her cottage was a Mrs Renews R, Dnmlney i Your Business Will Be Appr.clat.d
gainst a background of green "I'll Walk' With God." whit orchid. To Willis Llovd Casey III and Mn. Welburn Rowan.
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Following the ceremony the Sue Smith,
Yeas Belly ,.
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bride'i parent entertained with 'daugbtcr of Mr. and Mn. The !bell skirt was accented Witha -
a reception in the church par- George[ H. Smith ptcant* the cummerbund mad of smooth I
lor. Gueula were greeted by the !bride pf Wllll Uov4 ISoony) peau de sole, with a flat bow
bride'i aunt ){I'II. Lon Proctorwho Casey (! April lt. 't 4.30olocTln attached to the back. The
Vttq ACTOBT SHlPMENfBUWVA directed them tip we receiving ; the first IlepUat bridesmaid wore an Identical RE-ELECT
f line composed ot thecogpie's Cburcb: of Greensboro. Mr. dress of pink embossed peau I
parent bride and. Casey I* Ule eon pi Mr boii de sole, with a cherry pink I
groom and attendant Bauron\ PensacoU, and w. ... cummerbund and bow. The -
The bride'i table was covered Case y W,' Derunl Sprtagi. Junior bridesmaid wort' dresses II
I II with a whit aUk clots deco- TIll 1IcY. Beneau B: Uomloey, of cherry pink pesii de sol*I IIdentlctl
rated with. garland of Ivy. Centering pastor., performed! tilt double to tile matron\ o hon- We (He
the table wu lice f tier ring ceremony.Tb or. Their'circular veil* wen i
Etas ed cake with clusters of sweetheart attached to matching rose .
roarrUg* vow were
I//JfpGiogff/ tg1AAlw.ataetl lilt IdteQ ro....' A ruffle of net pledged* in beautiful setting They carried nosegay of pink
I surrounded thi* Ur. Betty p candle The carnation. .a
Of and
Cain cut the cake.' Un. Jack: chancel greenery bad I background of Mauler Lewis Smith of
McLendon aaalaled. PtUaporm Toblra. In the center Greensboro nephew u( the ]
The bride' book was kept by was a large sunburst arrangement bride, ww ring bearer II. BILLff
1xa Sties Linda Joe Hall on a table consisting of whit wore | whit\ }lnea cot with
covered by a wtttt* silk clot gladioli, mum and dalsle On black trousers an4 carried the _
I highlighted by a poatjay of either aide were large candle rings on a white NUll pillow.
; pink roaei. tree holding lighted candle Little Mia Lynn Rowan of
nterIbe punch table Urge while satin bows marked Greensboro was flower girl.
was a cr)' Ul bowl flanked by the family pews and completing She wove 'a fun length dress'j
win arrangements of" *wet the decor were arrangement of pink pests de sole, trimmed INMAN-\\
peat in pastel colon i pink ut mountain laurel and with lace and carried a basket
cloth covered thl table. Pouring I'tngliah Ivy centered with white filled with pink rose buds and
were Ml** Brenda Thomas tapered: burning candles: and TOM, petal ,
! and Miss Shirley V wn. ", Iat- placed In in* wtnaowa. Tb* Bride
hog In serving were MlM Mrry: i Preceding the ceremony, Mr Littering the church with her
Shiner, Mir BUll Sue F rtf'rl Marco Shepard, organist, presented father by tom she was given I I
and Miss Ann t'beeter.anand a program of manual la oiarriM the bride was radiant I
t- gladioli were placed .i music. Mrs. Shepard a.rompanled la her wedding gown of YOUR 1
/ Mrs. llertvhel Curt: "
focal point III the rapr white silk organza and chantllly I
who
When the couple left on their ting "iscaua.andWhither (lace. 1'11. guwn wa fashioned
Thou Goeat"Jo
wedding trip the bride was with a fitted bodlr. and sabrln :1
wearing a | plecf wit ft" blue BUIdl of fort Walton neckline, with calla Illy point'
Betrh, former of
cotton knit with whit serer a cUaamat sleeve, and a bouffant skirl
ortfi.. Her corsage wag the the groom served a* beet man poised over tiers of satin and'' 1
orchid front her bouquet. After The ushers were George L. not. She had a watUu train ofchaMlily REPRESENTATIVE
Smith, brother of the bride and
Mr. < I
a short honeymoon anMn. lace and organthat
Brunaon will mid at Jim Spooner of Greensboro fell from the shoulders In a
their home at 20 Patton St.. Jerry Smith Deland, cousin ol chapel train. lies yU of tiered

Quincy.Out of town guevt went Mn 1 the I'ennacola bride, and brother Dennis. of. Casey the, Mci Illusion and fell tear from drop a pesrls crown, She of I TO THELEGISLATURE

Es L'th Jack Aiderton and Molly Aldenoo groom carried. a white orthld, with I
7 Tallahassee, Mr. ant Bridal Alle >ii* .4oi *n4 talu) streamer**. I
Mr*. .. Clloard, Albany, fta,I Mrs. George U Smith of Mr*. Smith dense for bee'daughter's
Greensboro
ervd ( auterinlaw's -
Mr an4 Mrs. Doug Jensen, palton 'o't. wedding klege lacesuit
O4 111'1. Kv Dalton, Albany matron
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AND MANY MORE...|targeet selects of DM wateN Ga., Mr. and Mn. L. V and bridesmaid was Mill Und dr. with bell secsocles **-
tier
shown Tallahassee, Mr. and Caey: biterprls, Alabama corsage was a pink
for me and] women-under (60-tw've ever Galney cymbtdlum 4. -
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Famous Butov prtciiion quality throughogt Hurry k* Mn. B'rtel McDnugald and sister of the groom. Junior fltCl
ion Gary and Dtrrell Blount- bridesmaids were Mill Kay The groom' mother wore a
I gar your watch) |odvl town, Mr. and Mr*. Henry LuUtn, Quincy, couala of the pink Wit with Whit oresaorle,
Kever, Bri4<4 end Mr. and Mr*. bride and Mir Lind* Butler pf Her cortag was a pymbldlura
WOLt ewetterr Luther D. K.wr and son Colin. Greensboro. orchid: In pink. 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE LEGISLATURE ; .
wood of }fo.tor4.Life Tb* matron of honor semis Be Uea)
// flour length dress of emtmnrnj yellowing the ceremony, Mr.
I* problem of balance PHil d* sole 11...* fashioned and Mr*. Qeorge Smith em r-
107 J. Jefftnan Street QII1 fCY itOMDaV ; usually, the bank bat with neckline a fitted and bodice short and sleeves sabrln talned llalL at a reception et Gardner serving as chairman' of }fro Important .

anc*:.-...__ .______ A polar tcbem of whit, pink

and througbout cherry KM pink apadoui sass ruta.used Agricultural Committoo for 10 yearsl

UlMID. Clark kept' *.
brW,', book .*) I tibia covered

E. L. Bo) SUBER cloth.with e At whit handout linen
( one
comer wu an ar>
0 Has sorvoc} soyofal {tar } on almost all



The other Important commlttoosl
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CANDIDATE FOR'AX Greensboro

Has! served as County' Commissioner, } and

r Band

' Sheriff of Gadsdon Countyl I

.ef COLLECTOR ,


Than You

HE KROWS WE HEEDS
( have proy.d to be a capable. qn4: successful to U|. additional

farmer a business from w alc i I am poW tithed .
fontrtbytor ItsWorld's
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PEOPLEOF
I have racentty passed the Florida State Insurance Fair OF THE

Examination for Qerj ral Lines Agent.

| am thankful# that I enjoy a warm and genuine Trip GADSDEN COUNTY

friendship with people ffom all walks of life.

My experience in meeting people and serving the CylbroTobacco AND mows


public is beyond reproodv I Co. HOW TO FIGHT FOR THEM!
and for
My public good will sincere concern my

fellow .Is second tq none.I I
f Olhq JdwPfd.f.Q .

pledge \o fulfill the duties of Tax Collecto in a HE'S YOUR FRIEND ,AT AH TIMES!

friendly and courteous piannef all the time, election ; ;'. s.mc.

year; or pot Station YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDEDAND

I pledge to operate the Office of Tax Collector Ceae4e E.Maeos

erery working day, including Saturday f ..moon.If .
,...t.bet ad
elected the Office pf Tax Collector will be my hwrtrttey1.LaCedsyee

only occupation, WILL BE APPRECIATED: !


Will Surely Baric You For Your Vole and Support on May 5. Mama/ht.to WoodbwrA. roodl

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B BIGHT CADSPEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. APRIL JO, 1964HomeOwned
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and missing and SIS wounded.The .
r South Vietnamese have
IOOKING lout 41,000 killed and wounded.
AHEAD It la perhaps not suggestingtoo
much to say that we should
I,Otto*I SMSDILEMMA have been winning In Vietnamby
aresoa-ansowssro starting with Cuba. It ls a
THANK eeae eaoserr bit too much for some of our
/ -. allies to explain why we must
go to the other side of the
Plenty world to face the Communists,
IN Instead of making it more dif
ficult for Castro In I much
SOOTH VIETNAM more accessible field of con.
you Parking Space Hi* bitter itruggl In South flirt Perhaps it all boll down
to our sincerity of
purpose in
b. minis
to I
Vietnam *eem
facing the threat of world Communlsm. -
For Your lure world where, a* In the South Vietnam' front
real one, Communlam U not line are right here in crossroads
easily routed. The war goes on,, America,. where the destiny .
u It hu for 15 jew mainly of the world Is being decided.
Convenience beeauM, u the concensus hai 1
M.. th .* hi not been enough
QUINCY 1 ;;jut;-win. This -may suggest

to ui that the real battle must Social ,Security
be fought elsewhere In the
Concrete, In the bureau of the InformationConvinced
Stale Department, u well aa In

WE WISH TO THANK THE MANY PEOPLE OF QUINCY AND the dialog press, which on the must necessity lead public ofmeetlnl that many house

hold worker arent being reported -
CommunUm with antl-
GADSDEN COUNTY WHO SO GRACIOUSLY ACCEPTED THE Communist measures. I for social security, two
government agencies have begun .
t NEW OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT. YOU MAY EXPECT This South Vietnam' the action kind I an educational program In
consists of
that A1L'. the Big Bend are*. Working In
Khrushchev
US TO CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU WITH THE SAME LOW of fighting likes to engage In. The cooperation with the Internal
Revenue Service, the Social Security

guerrilla, hit and run jungle
PRICES. QUALITY GROCERIES AND MEATS AND tactic keep the kind of warfare letter Administration to homeowner 1*in mailing Gads-
going that U mat awkward for
den
County These letter
A COURTEOUS SERVICE. the free world. Such attritionof people of their obligation remind -
t e men and resources 1* calculated to report household workers
to wear down the aril
covered by social security.
J Coramunlat effort ao that the
The response to letters already
Georgia Grad. "A"FRYERS dlacouraged eventually will be mailed has been surpris
I// calling for coalition governments -log, according to Walter K..
or neutralism or even
hoe. district manager here for
recognition of a Communist regime. -
social
security. "Many of these
.
The Soviet
*4 leadership folk didn't know they
must report
hu been moat explicit about 1U their
household worker
lb.25e Intentions In South Vietnam.
One
Informed
they
are anx
Tb. Nature of the War ious to
comply with the law.
The Communists will D+uRld- he said,
PIlOt la "bruin fire" wars anv-
Maids cooks, yardmen, and
where in the world they have other household workers
said, a* long a* Communist come
under social
security if their
Boston BultPORK
Tender Lean strategy can profit therefrom. cash
wage total $50: or more
Meanwhile, our leaders urge in
a calendar
quarter. Sine


t STEAK 3 lbs. $100 PORK ROAST lb. 2Qe It China caution major does which 1 II conflict about prepared not neither,"escalation"a to developmentin Russia participate into n er dar a there day who quarter are is 1* covered paid 13, I weeks as household,little even in I u if calen worker $3 she.85-

seem likely that works
only one day a week.
nations which can barely feed
A social
security tax of 7 V4
themselves
!'" "ii would go all out percent I* due on these
ws wages.
for escalation. But the Communists
Kehoe said
Half of the tax
(and there's no disagreement ((3 8/8 percent) Is
paid
by the
WE FEATURE TOP QUALITY MEATS Moscow on between this) are Peking determined and worker.employer,The and employer half by collect the

__ to pick up a* much as they the tax from
the
SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS can nanti of of the French de-colonlallzed Indo-Chlna.rem and matches the quarterly It, and sends the worker tax
report to the
General d* Gaulle
well aware Internal
Revenue
that Fiance lost its try at the Jacksonville. More Service
Tender Round war there In 1034: suggest neu I Is available from the information social
tralizing the area. This would office at 308 West Jet.security
only facilitate the political and largos
Street, Tallahassee
STEAK guerrilla pressures that have A free booklet
: 7ge available from
r I 4 Ib.V" tat advanced power end already Influence the Common In North der social form security for report, Includes blanks an and 0,..

wIII Vietnam Laos, and Cambodia. a tax table. Theca
booklet
: The French have not can
a been the
be
'" requested by mall, .
r"I or phon
only one who haw dealt futilely
J : Minute The social
I 1 _' In this part of the world, number 1 II 22M515.security: telephone

r STEAK 8ge the misunderstanding conflict.to accept Their the the officer fact nature of refuted of IluerrWa in office A representative will be at tint Courthouse from this

j : Ibo Quincy every Monday of
I t Dixie Crystal our selves,. pent Jungle three war.years But preparing we- each noon,month toclaims..at 8:30: a.m*,in to flling 12-

I the Vietnamese for an wanting
I or other Information -
Invasion from the north that
never cam. W* overlooked concerning social ae-
SUGAR curtty matters,
\ Fresh the Communist knowledge of
the efficacy of Infiltration and
political subversion.
Aa Area st Slake QUALIFIED
Sooner or !later It I* obvious,
: the war will have to be considered -
OYSTERS Pt.69c one in which the
s Lla: 4ge whole area 1* Involved, If Laos

4 Bag following Is taken over the,if Communist Cambodia keeps slg-

sale, and U the Reds success
fully Infiltrate Thailand, then
Limit With$S Food Ord.r kt will make no difference how ..
: much effort 1* put Into South w 3 s
DAIRY FOODS Vietnam, the cause will be very t
close to lost That is why the
war cannot be won In South
Vietnam alone, but will have
Martha White 110 be prosecuted In the whole
of Southeast Asia It is said
that many Vietnamese think
Kraft Miracle the. war will eventually be won,
simply l because the U. S. cannot
FLOUR 10 Lb. 9ge afford to lose it. This I* a showof *
confidence H* b well qualified for
MARGARINE lb. 29 Bag that would be
more worthy u ware from his new petition and hit
official Washington. many fronds will wish Km
Stokley' Are W* Anti-Communist? well as K* rite the governmental
In a wider sense that la per 'ladder."
Icularly significant, the war
Dually 1, being fought In PANAMA QTY HERAlD

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The Church ii I the greatest: "Don't forget Tippy's treat Even If we're a bit late leaving for church, Susan
factor earth for the build
;ngofcharacterand on good and Mark must take their paper bag of surprises for Tippy the squirrel. Tippy lives :

citucnihip. It it a itorthouMof in the park beside the church, and he's one of many happy, heart-warming things :
apuntual value. Without that our family looks forward to on Sundays. : \ '1
strong church, neither :I t
democracy nor civil nation
''M can aurvwe. There ar.- four We are rearing our children in the Christian faith because we know from our ::

::..-11 ouiu| reaion why,f ve/J ,,,,. own experience how much it means to young people growing up. Without right : r.
e'nould: attend aenfceeregularly
., : perIOd and 'art the sense of values 1 youngsters are so likely 1 to get into trouble. I .
: church. They are ((1) For hi. I
own ake.. (2)) For hu; chiU Already Susan and Mark are learning to trust In the loving protection of God, : I
iren'1 eake. (3))) For the take and to turn to Him with their little problems. Through the stories of Jesus they .,
of and nation.
(4))For community th.take of the church are beginning to understand what it means to follow Him.I We pray that this child Ihi' I- I I

: Itself, which De8dI hu moral hood pattern will strengthen and form a steadfast foundation for the whole of their ;
and material; .u xst. Plan i "
to go to church regularly lives. No parents could ask for more. <-
tnd read your Bible daily

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Hydro Gas Company Mory-Booney Inc."bbop Frosty Morn Meats Quincy Motor Lodge
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Shell Service OH Company

Bell & Bates Hardwar. Company Darby Construction Company Suber &
Johnson Company
Sykes' FIn. Foods
,_.... Feed Mills. Inc.
w. /k./ yss IM I till Quincy
Talquln Electric Cooperative Inc. rkertk ef awl ...... ......,. ,....
Quincy Lumber Company
Inman-Johnson Motor Co.. Inc. Western Auto Associate Store BUI sad r'..... ... n
The Jefferson House American Fence Industrie
aN rtrkeBeatley
First Federal Savings and Loan
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ft lass./..,IM. Electric Company
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Jane Allen Shop Joe Wedele Inc.
Harbin-Wolf Inc.BMM Mack' Radio & T.V. arcs Quincy Cabinet Works

... All Verne IBMNM ..... IIR_ The Ivy Shop

Munford Dc>Yourteli StoreCrouch' Double Cola Bottling Company
Quincy Meat & Cold Storaq.
... r. Meern SnId.r-. Inc. The Quality Shop
Rezall Drugs
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StewartYoungtimn Henderson Tenneco Service
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QuIncy Home & Auto Storew.
Griffin Furniture W. 1."._ Stow*
t. aslaMCh..t.r. Company
Fletcher-Ccmtey Men' Wear larsen lumber Company Mr. M4 ... L A. Qrtfn ',
rUtcherWUlls Lumber Co.
Country Hams.Sausage
Danley w.,..Furniture........ ... Company L..Lyw W..... sad __ Cb.sa.I Quincy Tire & Recapptncj Co. White's Grocery Gass We bras ni.mmimt Itut ,.. .U.m4 SiShepard's .
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vantage of seeing the plant to: of Miami and am SUnford Dy .write-up of the Qulncy School R. P. Schofield
Too Late operation but their number has' Y wa > and family of Hollywood. P.T.A. meeting. The discussion
steadily Increased each harvest / .% P N, B. Raker, Sr., agent for were excellent
groups
season and the 1964 season ..If* and Casualty Ins Co., won Well, the Highway Petrol's Visits In MaltaRodger
To Classify which ended March 22 was the trip on Productions to an In-
bent year with I total of 29- ursnce Convention being held "Operation Trackdown" finally P. Schoftcld. seaman
924, Increase of D IX1E at the "Wai- caught up with me t'other day.
than
an York City
more PRODl1CT5 ju New
By Russell Kay 7,000 over the 1003 total and ; G FES r alJS ,lorf-Aitorla Hotel" While In Was driving out the Solomon USN, ion of Mr. and tn. Lawton

While you won't find it listed -an all-time record. sew York Raker will tour the Road and a Trooper flagged me Schofield of Route S, Lake
Aorldi Fair Mrs. Raker and down scared me to death. Rd.. QuinCY, visited
among the numerous Florida At the start of the tour the Talquln
attractions designed to Interest,visitor sees the cane as It comes hildren, Robert Ray and Ellt- He just wanted to give the car Valletta, Malta, April 6 aboard
and entertain our thousands of fields In railroad can ibeth, left for a visit to Pen. a general safety chetk-up. Whenhe the attack transport DOS Fremont -
dmllthu jacola with their ion and fam- asked me to mash on the In the Mediterranean
visitors, the world's largest: IC II dumped, a operating
sugar house Ii taking Its place carload at I Ume, into a hopper iy They will also visit In Ev- brake so he could check the .. I unit of the Sixth
lights In the rear I was so
ai a major attraction wheret Is picked up by aconveyor .:rgreen, Ala., while taking Fleet
rattled by then I was afraid I
I 't business matters combat
And while most of our large belt and carried threestories 944wv. :uof some Fremont carries ready
would back him.
over
Industrial planta don't encourage up, to be dropped Into They will return to Quincy on Marines for MI assault land
the grinding machines that Wednesday Next Tuesday Ii the big day.Please ings.
visitors and look upon them don't to vote. Ii unit of the
shred and squeeze H until every forget She I largeMediterranean i
ai more or lest of I disturbing drop of juice Is removed, Bye-bye'! combat ready
nuisance, the United Slates and only bagasse remains, and a navel force that l Is a constantreminder I
Sugar Corporation at Clewls river of cane juice flows constantly New president of the Florida to any potential aggressor -
ton believes that from I standpoint day and night Into the \ \ Attractions Association If Joel of America determination
of goodwill and public many processing vats until It f\ AROUND | Kuperberg, manager of Caribbean -' to keep the peace. I'
relations courtesies extended to finally emerges as raw sugar, Gardens Naples The
visitor Is a worthwhile effort and Is tacked for delivery to fiefs f The | association Is made up of Flor The problem of any problem

No admission charge Is made the refinery ,ida's. leading. tourist'. _attractioN.. .n. _I Ii, !o.find!! the__!seta.RE .__ I
and attractive well Informed Clewlston, home of the if 'v SQUARE
guides are provided to take corporation Ii one of the out I
visitors In groups through the attractive small towns la the a>r saber ELECT
giant mill which be gins operation state and like the rest of Florida
In the fall and operateson is growing steadily The C
a 24-hour-a-day basis until rich soil lends Itself to the rM.MwwwW"VITTLES" WILLIAM D. "Bill" HOPKINS
the harvest ends In the growing of all of
season manner tropical .
FROM THE TAKE
SOUTH SPOTLIGHT Today': self iiifficient South
prlng. plants and trees and the and pol-
On a recent visit to Ctewiston citizens, proud of their com U highlighted by the "Dixie Product Spring Festival" being observed in 631 Wlnn- tlclteri What the have politicians to go through -I i[

I was Informed by Assistant to munity, make the most of It Dixie supermarkets including a number in the local area. Southern produce, staples fight off dogs, climb high hills, STATE ATTORNEYCrime
the President William Lanler with neat, well kept lawns and and meats are included in the ulLout promotion the most extensive of its kind in steep step then when the
that the number of visitors to grounds and colorful plantings Dixie's history. Most Southern have Issued proclamations in connectionwith lady of the house comes to the
the mill Is increasing annuallyand While a number of new mod governors door all they cm do It Just
that the Interest they show ern motels have been built In the event, urging greater production and consumption of home-grown products. stand there and pant and per
In the operation Is surprising., recent yean, the famed Clew. Above, a typical supermarket, Its bins piled high with produce from Dixie.It spire. There are so many going
When the mill was tint opened lton Inn, built and maintainedby around now passing out voting
to visitors many years ago the United States Sugar was recently remodeledand end at her home here. cards they're falling all over
few folk seemed Interested andonly Corporation, Is the would like to
pride of another. I
Is one
and
refurnished today had week
1 perjona Mra. W D. Doss as
small
a number took ad the communityTIMBER. l though that each one I've
probably the Incut and best appointed end guests her son In law and say
called on baa been very courteous
daughter, Mr and Mn. Paul
small hotel In the entire and I've heard several
,
W Jenkins of Tallahassee and
South. Mr. Lanler under Among those here to attend her slater Mrs. W K. Melton other pollUckeri any the lime

whose supervision it operates, the funeral of Mr Chandler of Cuthbert, Ca. thing
In at the
Let U. Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely tells me they have had t splendid Sharon Wednesday, April 22 Mr. and Mn. Aubrey Weath- office Somebody the other stopped day and was nMws'
season with I full house were Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Sharon, erly have returned to their ,:Ms
on about a certain
Contact Us Before You Sell! Washington, O. C., Mr. and home In Punta Gorda after visiting going per-
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most of the time. on "You know what'a wrong
WE Mri Sterling Bowling, Washington his sister, Mn. R. B. Lester
PAY TOP MARKET PRICES I So excellent Is the base fishing with him He tries to act Ukehe'
Mr, and Mrs. Alex Sharon .
Sr and husband.Lt
In this area that hundreds more sense than I've
Florida Forest Pro duels Inc. of sportsmen Journey to Clew- Delard, Miss Mary Audrey Billy Joe Turner left byplane got
Chandler Sharon Sanford got"The
Ivton each year and make the Sharon recently for Viet Nam Quincy High School
Call James L Stewart, Quincy 856-5494 comfortable Clewl ton Inn their and Okinawa where he has been Band la hard at work getting
headquarters. I have caught my Harold Streetman Is vlnlllng assigned to a Civil Affairs Unit. ready for the State Festival
or call or writeI share of lunken there and can relatives In Belmont, Mississip Mr. and Mn. D. R. Darsey May 7, S and 9 In
P. O. Box 305, Tallahassee, Flo. Ph. 223-0669 recommend both the fishing and pi.Mri. had as weekend guests their lope the weather T.llahalle"1 has no time limit: you cannot cope
the delightful accommodations Ira Price who leaches In daughter Mra L. B. Dunnlgan hot then. Feel with criminals on an 8 to 5 schedule. Protection
_. the Inn provide. Pelham, Ca. apent the week- and children Donna and DeirdreH band members with their heavy I
-- and
uniforms. of your home, your family your

While 0.. the subject of the I property requires an around-the-clock vigil
band It called to atten-
was my
enforcement authorities. Your
tion that Marilyn Williams'name I by County
wa omitted from the list present State Attorney, "Bill" Hopkins Is always

of those who received "super- call. He has found the
lor" for solos presented during on never day

.J WINAWORLD'S the recent District Band too long or the night too dark to be there

piano val, The solo judge said tt who was .FeltI-1 when needed to assist in the furtherance of

listen to but difficult to play. : Justice
Sorry, Marilyn, the mistake was
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So long at there 1* an abundance Larger unit of productionand Mr and Mrs Harold Els*. A LOOK AT FOOD COST
of food production on the distribution appear to be man and daughter Jan of Atlanta -
farm of America, It I* not Inevitable due to the need for and Allan Bostkk, Jr. President Johnson' special
.
THE affair
assistant for consumer
likely that farmers will receive holding or Increasing profit
of the
student at University
urged
much Increase In Mr* Esther Peterson,
per-unit Income margins.If
South, spent the weekend at the
that the proposed special com
FARM for their product You It accomplish nothing
Lake Talquln cottage of Mr.
will note, however that when least + mission on the food Industry
more, at a comprehensive iti and Mrs. Allan Bontkk
shortages In a crop occur and Investigation Into the workingof t "pay particular attention to the)
t FRONT the supply declines farmers the food Industry should goa Miss Sarah Stewart, Miss level of price and to the qual
Mary Frances Cox and Mrs.DeVan Ity nf foods told." She said
usually get higher price Our long way In educating the r
I "QY DOYLE CONNER Florida citrus prices this ,..aroomp.red American public a* to why we Mason attended the that American consumer "needto
Florida Educational Association understand food markets and
with a year or two are the beet-fed people In the
COMMISSIONERFLORIDA ago are an example But the world tod.y.Our meeting In Miami and returned the nature. of competition and
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE retail price of the short to Quincy Sunday night coats'
I crop __, ____ JII
will be up also and possibl farmers, educator and n
higher In some Instances than all of us In government who Bible Verse
Congress If reported to be actually warranted by the existing are associated with agriculturehave '
eager to jet going on an investigation Those of us who have been conditions.I been trying for some timeto ELECTRICALSERVICE
of food pricei. keeping track of trends and don't believe you can put get serous to the American To StudyTherefore II
President Johnson has developments In agribusinessare
proposed public the story of agricultureand
i full-dress ImesUgstlon aware of many factor that the finger on any one segmentof Its Importance to their ev- : shall a mm leave
of the food distribution Indus- contribute to the widening our vastly complicated food cryday hues.Agrlbualner. : his father and his mother, and
try. The objective will be to spread between what farmers distribution system and say: I cleave Moss hi* *'lr>| and they from
learn why the price farmersreceive receive and what consumed "There, that activity I* the one to huge -. shall be *n* fI....." Anything wiring
have !been declining py. that' causing retail food prices the national largest segment economy of-our It could entire 1. Where doe this pass > a house to replacing

while the cost of food on re- When you dig Into the problem to."be higher than they shouldbe. take year to Inquire Into all occur In the Bible a light bulb
tail counter have been rising you discover that the consumer of Its ramification and actlvltc 2. To what couple due itrefer"
When the Investigation li herself today's housewife .
completed and final testimony I* largely responsible In Many people a lot of them Every year bring countless ; S. In what place did they Ike Shepardat
1* In, I doubt that much Information She want the most convenient Congress suspect the
new developments new techniques live?
will have been addedto chain stores or the packer, or ,
to-prepare food commodities she new discoveries. A /. What two name did this
the
what li already known. I can buy. Retailer, manufacturers :' processors, or the wholesalers thorough investlgatloaj could be husband give his wife
II and handler or any one of the numerous f
.
I processors a never-ending project.ARMS
have been responding to that I "mlddlemsn" oper.tlona'l Answer to Bible Verse SHELFERBLITC1FURNITURE
between the farm ..
preference with every resourceat St'PERIORITYw I I. Genesis 2'24. CO.
,
rp home-maker' kitchen are profiting : '
their command.
Secretary of Defense Me- 1 Adam and Eve.
unreasonably Those who .
It coils and to 3. The Garden of Eilrn. MAin T I54JRe
more more hold that view believe that both Samara permitted urn of Intelligence -, .
all the service 4. "Woman (verse 23)) and SSS.9e32War.houae
perform required the farmer and the housewifeire estimates to challenge ,
1 Ph. MAln .1100
retail "'Eve"erse :20, chapter
I to put on counters getting the short end of the General Curtis E LeMay because
and shelves the kind of products! deil. he wanted to kill\ any e'er S,
the housewife has been educated "myth" about declining United
The fact I* that no one knows ------ ,
to expect She I* continually States military superiority The
right now how much Influence Amos Brubkr. the formerKay 1
RHIACINO Hilt rOOTSTtPS-Mr
expecting additional Improvements Pentagon Issued a statement NOW AVAILABLE at
modern food
distribution practices she Is still wearing nylons with the Mme
*o, a* time goes on, stressing military superiorityof Mitten shows
It I* likely the spread between are having on farmersonturner the United State to kill beMay' Ilea ss when she Introduced them at the Du Pont Pavilion In BILL'S BAIT & TACKLE
1 farm price and retail prices prices. And change are February testimony that the New York World's Fair of 1839. Mrs. Brubnker was the -
will continue to widen. taking place so rapidly that fslr't "-MlM Chemistry She visiting. the Du Pont Pavilionat
what I II going on today may be gap.'Russian" arc narrowing the the 1904 exposition where the company Is presenting a musical MOTOR REPAIRS & PARTS

-- 1 outdated tomorrow. revue to show urn for Corfam, a new shoe material
However, I believe two *ltu.
METHODIST. MASOIVL1 I atlons are not likely to changeIn MXOOV REDS ----
I N CITY COUNCIL --- EVINRUDE MOTORS & BOATS
1 the foreseeable future labor Richard M. Nixon, former
children Mike and Sirs Beth
I cost and competition. Vice President, having arrived
: : a.VOTE FOR Labor costs In the food Industry home from a SV4 week tour /JerJOIJCl day and at Jesn Mexico Munnie Ik-sch spent Sun o
a* in other sector of to a number of Asian and European
the economy have followed a countries, said the United Mn. R. R, Paiks and sons YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT NEEDS

DORSEY C. SMITH continually riding trend In recent States should adopt a U Wood Bon and John of Jacksonville CAN ALL BE FILLED AT
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Mr and Mrs.
years and are likely to "harder and stronger" attitude spent several dabs here with
:.,! keep on going up. It take a toward Communist: aggression 1 had as week end guests Mr hw parents, Mr and Mr, lien BILL'S BAIT & TACKLE SHOPQUINCY'S
lot of labor to prepare countless In Asia rib trip took him to I and Mrs. Ken Huigess and Hoitlrk while her husband The'
COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict food Item for presentation Saigon and South Vietnam I daughter Kitle Jean and Paula Very Right Revnend R. R I Ir..kl
to the housewife In the where he discussed the problems I of i Uakdsle, La. was attending a meeting' FISHERMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
market with Ambassador Mr. and Mrs. Pan Riddle and In New York
I where she buys. Henry
3 Gadsdea I The of Cabot Lodge son Danny of Jaikimnvllle
County pressure competition :pent the weekend with his I
art Increasingly
fierce forcing I brother and sister In law, Mr
Good
the less-efficient Intention besides
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED operator out pavIng and Mr, Trary Riddle and faintly
II of business, both on the farm a well known area, are aprelude I l
Paid Political Ad,) and In practically every phase to many fine achievement Mis Kathryn Sylvester has STOP. READCONSIDER
lof food distribution. *.
returned to Jacksonville after .
pending several days a* guestof
Mrs Fount May Kr
Mrs. Anthony J. Wheat and
daughter Mr. June Mahaffey
returned Sunday: night from
VOTERSOF Dade City where they visitedMr !
and Mr, Munnie Coving-
ton, having left Quincy' Thursday
While away they avuimpanlrd "I
their hostess to Tampaand

Don Lakeland.and Fred May who attend

GADSDEN COUNTY spent Bollellk'h'K1I.the weekend Jacksonville with their, Are You Satisfied With Your Present

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don May
who went to Jacksimvlll for

them Friday.Mis.. Lve .11 Munro I II leaving COUNTY ROAD PROGRAM?

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONRecent today for Albany where she
i will be joined her
i by ton and
daughter In law, Mr and Mrs GADSDEN COUNTY HOSPITAL?
Lee May Munro After spending
Photograph a while there site will go \
U Macon with them for a vUl.
JNy. Mrs. N L, Wuodbery Mrs. RECREATION FACILITIES?
Nevlns Smith Mill Hue Malone
Names I. Neal Fcdrcloth Hsrnett, M. I), Walker, Ldwln; I
I blister and II. W. Jones hive
TAX MILLAGE?
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I returned from Miami where *
Address 221 W. WanT8VOulBcr. Flo. they attended the annual eonveiiUon -
I of the Florida Julura-:

Dot of Births August 3. 1>U i lion Among Association.those eltendinthe TAX EQUILIZATION BOARD?

PERSONAL Pilot Club ConvenUim In Tampa:

Place of Births Qulncy Flo.Racei lit during the weekend were Mrs.
II. C: Munroe, Miss Ma Or... These Are All The Direct Responsibilities
HISTORY OFF, Mb Allle Ferguson, Mr*.
Whit. r rI I Tot Butler Mrs. Henry alley
Mr*. A. D. Macon, Miss Inrs
of COUNTY COMMISSIONERSIf
I Payne They
I i were aocompanlvd your
Marital Statu Married Carlotta Falrcloth: I by Mr. llolley.

I Mrs. Uo Halt left Monday for

I Dependent Four children Carlotta 18 her home Stsrsdale., N. V"
age slier spending several months Your Answer Is NO to ANY of These

Leona. age 16) NeaL Jr.. age Hi Harold age 10 her where she was delightfully -
I entertained by her many
friends and relatives.
Mia Jeann F'xtl' and Miss
Beth Wsllwurth of Tallahassee
pent several day recently at THEN VOTE FORLeonard

EDUCATIONAL RECORD EMPLOYMENT RECORD: they Yellow visited Borings Anllutn, Ohio College., where

High School Graduate Cadsden County High Former Employer Federal Bureau of Investigation. I Mr. and Mrs. sxlward Wilson

School U. S. Dep'U of Justice Washington Illnson Jr. have returned from _
their wedding trip and living
are
ColUge or Unlver ltyi On. year. The Citadel D. C. In Tallahassee.Mrs. .

Charleston S. Cj gradual of John B, Stetson Date 1939 to 1919University 1. N. Dsrsry of 81 Louis,
Law School Deland. Flo. Poeltloni Special Agent Mo. I* visiting her sister, Mrs
Duties Investigating securing! and preserving U. t fttephens at the home of
ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL evidence presenting evidence In court. making her ion In law and dauihtrr
Mr. and Mr*. Henry llolley
INFORMATION arrest fingerprinting cooperating with Mr*. Ned Illness left today
cmd assisting all other law enforcement agenda for ttennetuvlll, It C: to Slur
Trained Federal Bureau of Invitlgaaon In
by *, administrative and supervisory capacity. bet mother, Mr. Paul IL Thomas -
Law Enforcement Including bTMttgattng? Places Employed !Slate of Utah. Nevada. and brother la law and sis,
Crime Collecting and preferring Evidence- Irr, Mr and Mr*. llarold Mldg- t
Kansas Missouri Oklahoma Virginia, MCUJt..t1fyDq 'arta
In court. fingerprinting Including brat
land District of Columbia and Florida. t D. Dtvla has returned -
dusttag, lilting and preserving latent print). Last Employer! Th. Pure Oil Co. Pensacola. from I lilt In Meridian, Gavllh .
UM and safe-handling oi aO firearm. relative She acconiisnM -
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Mr*. George Munro, who
AFFILIATIONS Datesi 1948 through 1963 ...M0 Jekyll island to Slat ,
Position Distributor of Petroleum Products Mr and Mrs. Tom JohnaunHr l Su.t
Church Member First Baptist Church and Ordained t
Deacon Duties Wholesale Sales and Service to Retail and Mr*. M Taylor and Y

Consumer and Farm Accounts
Fraternal Social and Profional! Organlsattonw -

REFERENCES: W.t
Pi lappa Phi Social Fraternity Phi Alpha Delta Nanei J. Edgar Hoover Director F.D.L. Washington .
Legal Fraternity Gadeden County Chamber
D. C
of Commerce Quincy Rotary Clubi Assoda. Namei F. W. SberrilL Pure Oil Company Pensacola. ea5 I.OU 11.1..1 .... a IttatF

don of former Fit Agent The Florida Bar. Flo.

FAMILY DATA Additional References THE VOTERS OF Boyd
GADSDEN COUNTY.
FatherW.. Neal Faircloth Quiney Flo.

Mother Leona Faircloth. Quiney Flo. POSITION APPLIED FOR: 1r

Sister Mr*. Mildred Beyle. Jackaoorffle Flo. Sheriff of Gadsdea County. Florida f
To Be Your



THERE IT IS FOLKSI COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict


am applying to the Voter of Gadeden County to U your Sheriff lor the ..at four y+ars. If a mo.Jortty .

of you make an T by the BOB* of I HEAL fAlRCLOTH. I wffl become your empao,... SOME e PWW'4P5 oaUt T

I Stand fan 'Co+mty-wid. law enforcement coverage Immediate. vigorous and coattnuea lay..!)- Twtr bMKN fcUUT* WOW 1 Gadsden County (Countywide)

cotton of major crime Complete cooperatta wttk all law enforcement aaencle under the prin.ciple IttT TO VHOU 0*A9WKORMASVVK ,

All ...-.. reaardlee of their ttarflon in Ue. are enSHed to lair and impartial treatment: adet. .HACTivonu r orMM
*CMC*rai
the law. coin,tier UVW 18 years successfully in saw mill and farming

MTMMA..
I am not Bed to or obligated to any group oraanUaftoa or tadMdaaL I make only one PROMISE business in Gadsden County. He KNOWS the
and that to oH the people of Cadedea County- 1 WU DO MT JEST TO HAMDIX' ALL Of THE

DUTIES roan or MANNIH.THIS VITALLY IMPORTANT orncr m A COUBTCOOS. axur. IMPARTIAL AND tr. Your lint stop problems of Gadsden County and will work for


to recovery the GOOD OF ALL the people of the county I
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VOTE FOR J. NEAL FAIRCLOTH FOR I prescription.yourdoctor's


REMEMBER BOYD LEONARD on MAY 5ih


SHERIFF ON MAY 5th F. P. May

Drug Co. Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated

YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED

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FACE: TWELVE GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THUR3DAT.___ APRIL $0. 1M4

TIPS FOR TIlE SPRING PAINTER rue School at 1 P,& and to Duplicate Bridge
I George Harvell Episcopal leave for the camp from there Winners Named
I
Fleas bring along enough
THE AMAZING ALL-PLASTIC GREENHOUSE Receives Medal 5f Church Notes food, dishes, and utensils for Mrt. Ben Duncan and Mr*.
U S. Air Fore Academy, rs z a your fimlly. The day being< ,Douglass Brook won first placeat
yr Mother' Day, It 1* suggested
Colo. Staff Sergeant George from 8k Paul' the Tuesday moraine duplicate
that the of the Pariah volunteer '
men bridge club which met with
Harvell, son of Mr*. Annie liar-
veil of 2800 Tartary Drive, Wen, for the moment at leant for service at a clean- Mrs. E. H. Routon. Mrs. J. .
up committee on that day Fisher Williams and Mrs. Thomas I
lahissee, has been I tint mad at nobody! Except
with the United Stales TI.I r maybe the Devil who ha* been Our Bishop, the Right Rever- Smith, a guest, were second 6
.
end Hamilton West visits St.I'sul's
But and Mrs. Mercer Bishop and *
f I Tore Commendation Medal pretty busy with me lalely
here, fy then my acquaintance with hit Pariah for purpones of ,Mrs. Joe Suber, a guest, were S
t'r fairly confirmation on June the 14th, third. t
been
Sergeant Harvell was awarded tetanic highness has -
The lor Use hush time In a numberof I Sandwiches, dips, cookies
i
the medal for his merltor constant over the years.
.
the Ham. service.After
low achievement while servingas only unnerving thing about him year it coffee and Coot Colas were t
,
w l printing specialist it West- rT nfe- I. that I really never know'' that Sunday, w* will re served. Prizes awarded the '
t over AFB, Mass. t tt.asaaNret.pg how he la going to get it me vert to the summer schedule, pair that placed first, were ap
with services at 8 and 10 a.m.,
The to is often at not I sm caught cone
sergeant, who entered the
and T p,"". Thursday, May Roses, Itlle and other
f Air Fore in 1916, attended Ha- entirely off guard One time he spring
vans High School. Ills wife, will come at me through my:, 7th It Ascension Day, a principal flower were at points of Inter.
a e Betty, Is the daughter of Mr. better nature, another throughmy i feel of the Christian eat in the party rooms
Year and
of moral
and Mrs, J. W. Mlrkk of At .."", .. lesser, a third tune through gatton.
2, Quincy. : some unsuspecting third patty Money Is not a measure of
I Get tee hence, Satan! brations of the Holy Euchariston success by any lasting standard
A word today about wills. I that day, the first at 7 Im
The Prayer Book direct the and the second at B30 pjn
sw clergy periodically to call the !'We trust that -tar Churchpeo-
attention of Christians to the pie will find one hour or the Floor Coverirlt ;
necessity of making wills for :other' convenient to their keep.
Glut wa literally "Oirown out the window" when
Fischer, a New Jersey grower, decided to build an S the disposition of their temporal ing this Holy Day. Including Formic
I rreenhouse. Mr. Fischer chou to construct his massive --I goods and properties, not just ,
SHRIVER: ON Inlaid linoleum rabbet ::
because the her PEACE CORPSIn
louie of vinyl panel because th. material has nearly the wants share,
total light transmission u glass and would save about a but because It la part of the a recent speech Sargent vinyl corkCounter _
e t hie conatructlon costs. duty of i good steward to see Striver, Peace Corp director
Dav Greene:product; managerfor emergencies. It to aIM lIon_. A eommoB n symptom of spring fever i* the-compulsion- to paint that what Is In his custody it said that the Peace Corps and Top
Allied Chemical Corpora bustible."Ws ,x" oar house. Do-ft-yoarstlf painter tn the rip of such a virus disposed of In a legal ind provident the war against poverty offer _
tion' Barrett jYI.lon-manu- with 1-. do only one thing to protect themselves r from the consequence manner I trust that most ed a "specific, tangible, concrete -
pleated
facturers of the plastic material !the were the quite material handled ) ahead and lather It on-but keep one jump beyond that tan of my reader have made wills, opportunity to men and Work
.-pointed out to Mr. Flicher and the way ease with which It went d' I IY alt*. In other word: think ahead _____ but Ion those who haven't, may women to help their fellow
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that the panels would eliminate onto the all-aluminum structure 1. It's a major rroitrition toae.emble e I urge you to consult with an men. He eels that the force
a lot of worries connected with ," cay Harry Elder, all your tools, only to to help-and have your wife setup attorney about the form; with that moves young Americansto AU Type
super.visor
flaw house. "Because of their I a buffet for them later liyou're :
of the project and erectioa have a spring shower foil thepainting your pastor, if It 1 I. possible for work In these program/ is
great I Impact trench,Hpl'r.; 1 superintendent Lord A Born- party. Keep ahead of using a water base paint, you to make religious bequests; the "most powerful force In Installation
.
Greene said, "the vinyl tell them tactfully to apply i Expert
I this disaster by planning to usean
and with today's world.Don't .
ham of conscience
one America' oldeat your U you
could withstand hailstorms that full coat and not to overbroshIt.
acrylic base paint (over 700 !
greenhouse builders. k have put the mutter off this
play havoc with glaat-eovered : brands art made to choice won't Overbrushing-* the paint
greenhouses." Although th* hug an-platte! ? be too much of a problem) whichcan film. Have a supply of rollers long "In the midst of We we carve a roast when It
The panel have withstood I greenhouse occupying 15,500 $ on over a "moist house" and brushes on hand to yon can are in death." The Florida Bar first comes from the oven, says SHE -BLITCH :
wind of 18S m.p.h., and are square feetIa now the only one .s. 0 nf act there. i press into service I those who an has published a fine concise Pierre Franey, master chef of
Uglily' resistant to sunlight, salt of It* kind, more are sure to m t n I. Plan a "once round the just dropping by. Be sure you little pamphlet cuidt "Have'' Howard Johnson's Restaurant "LtntiOt iff lltftHQUWCTflMIM
air chemicals and moisture. I follow. Mr. Elder feel that the house trip" even for two coats nave enough paint. Your paint You Made A Will, and I commend The meat will slice more easily / 1'e comparison to most ether I vinyl all-wetWi material would Some the market are dealer can help you estimate In : It to ill I who reid this. I If it It allawed to rest 10 or
plastic materials of similar fit well Into>> most greenhouse fast crying-a side I effect oftheir advance. imagine that all our Quincy ittorney -1 15 minutes.
weight vinyl' cost I* low- operations, with a rare result acrylic bate-which' provides 4. Clean vf fact-and at much would know how to get
around 53 cents a square font-I something really new under the :* convenience of being' while you paint. copies for you, or to you l
and can be readily replaced la sun. able I paint over twice with While there fs'-not a painter All members of the Parish are
one scaffold or ladder telling alive who hatnt left torn mark reminded the Parish Plcnlt
CHAHINISQUI Connie Stevens before moving to another part he hasn't Intended, eras yours which UOfb held at Camp I
model a snappy little of the house This saves a gnatdeal fasti otherwise It'. tougher Weed on Sunday, May 10
derby In New York with a of wear and tear on your With acrylic paint a hands pall Plans ire for ill attending to
I bow to early Charlie Chaplin wife' peony beds, to tar not.hoIng of soapy water I I. a good Idea report to the polio immunization -
movies The hat i* of lightweight of your back. for removing spots before they center at the George Mun- ;
Ecuadorian Panama 8. Invite your trusted rtenrTs dnr.NOO VOTE
... .tl:1 FOR _
PEANUT HULLSFor straw and was designed by
Sally Victor, noted designer ,9f t sf -

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HAULINGTRUCKING EARLFAIRCLOTH .

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READY MIXCONCRETE ,
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ALL KINDS ATTORNEY GENERALA

EASY TO HANDLE and Long Distance PRACTICING LAWYER. .

Furniture Insured
CONCRETE NOT A PRACTICING POLITICIAN
90 POUND BALESCALL

BLOCK Sam Hulley I C BORN' IN LEVY COUNTY. .

4 k, is Univ. of Florida Law School Graduate. re :

:. MAin 7-6433 I Practicing Lawyer for 14 Years.


LEE PARRAMORE Products Oakland Company Concrete t S. ADAMS ST. I : ,

Allen Bosttck: and .. .
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1 PHONE 855-5222 I Phone MAte 7-IOtt : i
DINK CAN ON TRIAL-No Dlnh Can(eenter,63,younger
( brother of the late President Via Dlnh Diem I* propped up PLEASE f I
\ by security agents to testify it hit trial by a Special Revolutionary .
l:1 Court tn Bilfion\ South Vietnam. On a stretcher be* *
l"i cause of a reported heart condItion Can Is being tried for \
I ITS TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEAlflrSSfort alleged crimes committed during the Ngo family regime. it

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PATIOUMINt OUTINGS rROMD-Dr. Larry Howard (left)
sS u4 ; : \ and Paul Serene of the Georgia Crime Laboratory In Atlanta Fred G. Shelter
I II Inspect two M caliber' police revolver found Beet the teen I
of the slaying of three Gwlnnett County policemen. Dr. How.
ard said the revolver have been Identified u belonging to the
policemen and thai they were slain with their own weapons.
Authorities are continuing an extensive search for the killers.
I YOUR I


VOTE FOR AND ELECT


I NORMAN MCMILLANGadsden County CommissionerDISTRICT I


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I \, i' EXPERIENCEDHe

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.' .w ,\0.__ ......,_ _-.w___ : has served our county for 8 yean
Cwtr SOON: Corvette Slier Rap cAnt II fttt,Corsair Aloes,Cftmfl MaJiK CfemM,,..*. and is fully aware of countywide


5 different ways to make a big splash problems.


i, Ui lout goblg ourfcxm/on priM QUALIFIED:


It'l gct-the-cottage-rudy time. rut-the-boit-tn-the-water tlm. Baseball time Trad ':;' Fred. Chairman of the Board of County

Travel Tim at your Chevrolet dealer's. Tim to lit out ot that wintertime rut, into one Commissioners has a thorough know

of Chevrolet's flvt frvit highway perform. : y ledge of the requirements of his office
Now ft'. easy to go vacation first clan-without piytng a Irst-clu price. la a stiA
luxury Jet-smooth Chevrolet,for example.This beauty rival Just about any car in styling 1%, and the necessary formal and business .

performance and comfort. Or try a totally mv type of travel In the youthfully styled educational background to fulfill the

[I Chvll Lob of room InslJe-yet nicely sized i for easy handling; duties of a county commissioner.

r. 15ti'A'.J Now thrifty Chevy II lug hlU-flattenlrt po,,,,. Unique Corviir!

offer* extra power that tccenU Its road-hunuit N*.: engine tu UoD.
TRADE 1t'TIAYEI And the exciting Corvttt speaks for Itself. j County School Board INTERESTEDWith

o 11 E Yet,right BOW ia nw cir time.T-X-T T m< fun from a mw tar. To get a treat UiJ or. your oU ona. To get a DISTRICT n 5 children In our county schools a

a...--- big;choice at your Chevrolet dealer' Com on Ins I landowner businessman and farmer he

tHten me I M T DULl on thtiiouT twidui mm JI.tonttii MO tonnn not IT Tom twnouTBwuri I wish I could see each voter personally is vitally Interested In the progress, welfare -

-- but find this Impossible, butI and tax structure of Gadsden

earnestly! solicit your rote and

MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO. support appreciated.Your help will be sincerely Sponsored by No One or GROUP of FriendsPaid


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''II TIPS FOR THE SPRING PAINTER roe School at 1 p.m. and to Duplicate Bridge
I George Harvell J Episcopal leave for the camp from there Winners NamedMrs.

THE AMAZING ALL-PLASTIC GREENHOUSE Receives Medal Church Holes food Please, dishes bring, and along utensils enough for Ben Duncan and Mrs.

U 8. Air Fore Academy. your family The day being' Douglass Brook won first place
Colo Staff Sergeant George from St. Paul' Mother's Day, It tt suggested at the Tuesday morning duplicate
e ,that the of the Parish vol-
men bridge club which met with
Harvell son of Mrs Annie liar. 1e
ell of 2809 Tartary Drive, Tallahassee Well, for the moment at least,:'unteer for service is a cleanup Mrs.411'rwU H Hotiton. Mrs. J. >
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h '{ committee on that day t m and Mrs. Thorni
f has been decorated I alnt nude at nobody! Except
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t with the United States Air ,,' maybe the Devil who bat been Our Bishop, the Right Reverend as Smith, a guest, were second 6
force Commendation Medal z/, ; pretty bony with me lately But Hamilton West vUltt StFault and Mrs Mercer Bishop and *
here>. f then my acquaintance with hit Pariah for purposes of Mrs Joe Suber, a guest, were a:
been fairly confirmation on June the 14th, third. e
Sergeant Hirvcll was awarded satanic highness hat
I"i" ,. The lor the first time In a number Sandwiches, dips, cookies
the medal for his meritorious constant over the )'ear 5
"""' '''' -- of yean at the 11 a.nv service
coffee and Coca Coin
achievement while 1< only unnerving thing about him were t
serving
,'lI'p 'iT. T; After! that Sunday, we will re- .
a* a printing specialist it West- ; P' r It that I really never know served Prizes awarded the
over AFB Mass I how he Is going to get at me, vert to the summer schedule, pair that placed first, were ape
with service at 8 and 10 a,m.,
often I ront
not
The sergeant, who entered the so at at am caught
x 7 rout Air Force In 1858, attended Havana entirely off guard One time he and 7 p,m. Thursday, May. Roses, lilies and other spring
High School. ills wife, will come at me through my Tilt It Ascension Day, a prin.ripal flowers were at points of Inter.
Betty, It the daughter of Mr better nature, another throughmy feint of the Christian est in the party rooms
leaser, a third time through Year and a day of moral obli
and Mr J, W Mlrkk of Rt. gatton.
2, Quincy. come unsuspecting third parU Money Is not a measure of
ty Get thee hence, Satan I brstlont of the Holy Eucharist success by any lasting standard
A word today about wills, on that day, the first it 7 a.m.
The Prayer Book directs the and the second at 030 pm
clergy periodically to call the Wt trust that our Churchpeo-
,IP'Imi.' attention of Chrlstlaut to the pie will find one hour or the Floor Covering
other convenient to their keepIng .
necessity of making wills for
Glass wit literally 'thrown the window" when Charles
this ,
Fischer, a New Jersey grower,,, decided to build an all-plastic t the disposition of their temportl Holy Day Including Pormloe
greenhouse. Mr. Fischer chose to construct Ut maaslve green.the i goods and properties, not just SHHIVEB ON PEACE Inlaid linoleum, eubbenetnL =:
bouse of vinyl panels because material bat nearly the tame because the wants her share, CORPSIn
total light transmission M glatf s and would ate about ft third i but because It Is part of the a recent speech Sargent corkCounter
hit construction costa I duty of a good steward to see Shriver, peace) Corps director
Dave Green,product managerfor ( A fever is the to that what Is In his custody ItdUponed said that the Peace Corps and t
emer< the
virus
Allied Chemical Corpora- bustible. your house. -, rsellfpp in the grip of inch ft of In a legal and provo war against poverty offered
tion't Barrett DiTlslon-manufacturer 1 "We withthe I esn do only one thing to protect themselves from the consequences I Ident manner. I trust that most a 'specific, tangible, concrete -
of the plastic material were the quite material pleated handled Go ahead and slather It on-but keep one jump beyond that fan of my reader have made wills, opportunity to men and Work
-pointed out to Mr. Fischer and the way with which It pulse. In other words think ahead i but lor those who haven't, may women to help their fellow
went
that the panels would eliminate onto the ease aluminum gtroo- 1. It'* a major frustration to e I urge you to consult with anattorney men." He feels that the force
a lot of worries connected with assemble all your tools, only to to help-and have your wife setup about the form; with that: moves young Americans All Trpet
Elder
tar, Harry
tars supervisor
glass boosts "Because of" their I of the project and erectiossuperintendent have a spring shower foil the a buffet for them later livon'ra your pastor, if it It possible fur to work in these program Is
treat Mr. using a water base paint,
Impact strength,
painting party. Keep ahead of you to make religious bequests the "most powerful force In
for Lord 4 Born : Expert Installation
Green laid "the them tactfully to s
vinyl panelscould apply
this disaster by planning to DM tJ and with conscience If today's world
withstand hailstorms that I ham, one of America's oldest coat and not to overbrushit. your you
greenhouse builders. an acrylic base paint (over 700 have put the matter off this :
flay havoc with gUwt- over dfrwnhousei. Orerbrushing thins the paintUrn
brands made, choice won't
." Although the huge all'plastlt t be too much are of so ) which Hare a supply of rollers I ong. 'In the midst of life we Don't carve a rout when It
a problem "
panels hare withstood greenhouse occupying 15,500 can go on over a "moist house" and brushes on hand so yon can I are In death The Florida &r first comet from the oven, says SHELTER-BUTCH( ;
winds of 1(9 m.p.h., and Ire square feet--is now the" only one there, press Into service those who are has published a fine, concise Pierre Franey master chef of
fclfjhlf' resistant to sunlight, lilt of Itt kind, more are sure to 2.nPr: a "one amend the :1st dropping by Be sure you little pamphlet I called I ;'!lave Howard Johnsons Restaurants. jL\,6m ift .hwIA
air chemicals and molilure.In follow. Mr. Elder feels that the house trip" even for two coats. I have ant. Your paint You Made A Will," and commend The meat will slice more easily /owner/ f1.0A10A
comparison. to most other vinyl all-weather material would Some paints on the market are dealer can help you estimate In It to all who read thl,. I If It Is allawed to rest 10 or :
(Untie material of similar lit well Into moot greenhouse fait drying I *-a aide effect of advance. maglne that all our Quincy attorneys 15 minutes
:: l6:1 't cost it low- operations, with a rare result their acrylic base-which' provides ,. i. Clean up fast-and at much would know how to get
cents a square foot- something really new under the s q? the convenience of being while you paint copies for you, or to you .
and CM be readily replaced .la tan *-r rmifMsBiCHAPtlNISQUI ........w.t able to paint over twice with While there Is not ft painter All members of the Parish arc
one ecaffold or ladder letting live who hasn't left tome mark reminded of the Parish Picnic
Connie Stevens before roovlror to mother part he hatnt intended, erase yours which will be held at Camp
models a snappy little of the houte This laves a great fast otherwise it's tougher Weed on Sunday May 10.
-- derby la New York with a deal of wear and tear on your With acrylic paints handy pall Plan are for all attending to
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I bow to early Charlie Chaplin wife'* peony beds, to say noth- of soapy water It rood idea report to the polio Immunization .
movies. The bat it of light ing of your back. for removing spots before they center at the George Mun- ;
weight Ecuadorian Panama 8. Invite your trusted friends tI:., TO ,JII VOTE FOR
PEANUT HULLSFor straw and wst designed bySally .
Victor, noted designer { mss IN

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Your Yard Care

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J Shrubbery Flowes CONCRETECONCRETE

ALL KINDS ATTORNEY GENERAL .

I EASY TO HANDLE / and Long Distance A PRACTICING LAWYER. .
Furniture Insured I
NOT A PRACTICING POLITICIAN
90 POUND BALESCALL I

BLOCK s Sam Hulley C BORN IN LEVY COUNTY. .
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LEE PARRAMORE Products Oakland CompanyAllen Concrete ADAMS ST. : ,

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PHONE 856-5222
I I peso 01NH CAN ON HIAL-Ngo Dlnh CaD(center,63,younger
,1 brother o( the lite President Ngo Dinh Diem, It propped up PLEASE
by security igeota to testily at bis trial by a Special Revolutionary .
Court In Saigon\ South Vietnam. OB a stretcher be.
f t' causa ot a reported hart condition. da Is being tried for
ITS TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SSport alleged crimes committed during the Ngo family regime.ArROLMINf 1 1ri

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I T.J and Paul Serene of the Georgia Crime Laboratory In Atlanta Fred G.
__ w inspect two J8 caliber police revolver found near the scene Shelter I
of the slaying of three Gwlnnett County policemen.Dr. Howard -
said the revolvers have been Identified ai belonging to the
policemen and that they were slain with their own weapons
Authorities are continuing an extensive search for the killers. YOUR ;



VOTE FOR AND ELECT

I NORMAN MCMILLANGadsden County Commissioner I


.. (DISTRICT ONE
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..... t.: .__ .._ew .,_ __"_. : has served our county for 8 yean
Sport Covjwt show: Contllt/ Sfmf Ray,Cfcry II MH,CorM Masse,CArnU A/ liK CWeW Impale. and is fully aware of county-wide


I 5 different ways to make a big splash problems.


; wldiout going oivr&xin/price QUALIFIED:

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Jt'l irt-tne-eottiEMTady time. I'ut.tb..boat-In-tbe-nt.r tim. Baseball ttmt. Trade 'N Fred. Chairman of the Board of County

Travel Time at your Chevrolet dtaler't Tim to get out ot that wintertime) rut, Into one Commissioners, has a thorough knowledge *

of Chevrolet's five great highway: performers.Now I of the requirements of his office
it', easy to go on vacation first cla.- !thout paying a Ant formal and buslnets
luxury Jet-emoolh Chevrolet,for example.This beauty rival just about my car in tt)ling. V necessary _
performance and comfort. Or try a totally new type of travel In the youthfully styled 4 J \ educational background to fulfill the

::1 Chtvtlle.Loll of room Inn Je-yet nicely sired for easy handling. <
Now thrifty Chevy H hat hlll-fUttenlnr power. Unique Corvalr -
m offers extra power that accent lU road-hvgtmj feat engine traction.
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DADE VTRAVQ\ And the excltblc Corvette speaks for fttelf. Counly School Board *

TIME Yet,right now U new tar time.T.N-T Time.Time to get the moat
fun from a new car. To get a treat trade on your oU one. To 1"a DISTRICT n 5 children in our county schools a

e.eeere.rsere..as big choice at your Chevrolet dealer' Com on tot I landowner, businessman and farmer he

I wish I could each voter is vitally Interested In the welfare -
tHug THE T N T puts 01 CHmOUT'CHWU!'tygyR n Copan Uta tosomi sow a"olll CHCflOU1 Dwn SM person- progress
..-.,--- ally. but find this Impossible. butI and tax structure of Gadsden

earnestly solicit your vote and

t, MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO. support appreciated.Your help will be sincerely Sponsored by No One or GROUP of FriendsPaid


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Smoker Seyat As s result of the Endowment la the old cemetery Is
City Commission Old Philadelphia Association many modern tombstone marking the site

IM Improvements have been the first burial The laser'
(C........ [teal Pena On) SORRY I added at the church, such as lion reads, "Ellha Atwater tx
FOOLED WITHMATtHESt (Ceettll' I... ta ...| running water from a drilled In Cheshire, Conn. In 1778
Department of Publie Safety. I well and plumbing facilities. died la Gadaden County
was authorized to negotiate an 1828
agreement with Rasdelph 1 children and crelt-crIDdchU-1' Usually the attendance for
Brown and Company for the dren of the founders of the the homecoming services approximates ATHLETE FOOT GERM
purchase of parking meters. church and the Quincy churches .' BOO people, bringing HOW TO KILL IT.
.1 The present clock type metersare started the Philadelphia Endowment together visitors from en a nave M ..4 .r..d .1.1at
to be replaced with the Association for the Florida, Georgia, Alabama and .....-./ ....... r...
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the Carolines. .t .v des. .._ w.,
manually operated variety. Two pmervstlon and maintenanceof ,.t_.. .kt. .....k .... w.
hour meters are to be Installed the building at Old Philadelphia The First Presbyterian Church knttkr <*). r.tM M. .. m,
around the city with the exeeption and the beeutlflcatlon ot Quincy was built In 1845 on ANA ..* ........l else ..t'.
of those on the courthouse of Its grounds so that the tradition land Riven by Robert Forbes tore Mwtkki* Y-4-1 FOOT pO'
side of streets around and services of the! !In 1834. During the Intervening 'f>_Rlt t....._. seen d.. tar...twMtr... ..It e.a
i t the square where four.hour mother church would live In yean services were held' ,. f.. ...._ COW aF.
meters Inman-Johnton will be put Into use. the.memory__of_all ___ at the Old Philld.lphll.Ctlreh.1 P. MAY DRUG co.
Motor Company
was declared low bidder
to supply the City with two
pickup trucks. The bid was in Deal kt Irs get eel ef kasJt
the amount of 13,21104.
? A request by Floyd Basset Smoker Sayit VOTE
for the extension of a to Inch t.4YS
concrete culvert under King
Street for a distance of n feet
was granted Estimated cost of rhlliAliFE
MOTORCADE Several hundred Quincyltes mn on hand on the Courthouse the pipe and fill dirt wu (863'

I lawn to greet participants in a Pure 011 Company motorcade that arrived here I J 1'' .i
last Wednesday morning. Photo by Martin's -
EDWIN
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tlon, of the Society of American Collector of Gadsden County
Pilot Club Nets Foresters' spring convention at pits Incumbent Clinton Basnettagainst IZltr"J
Daytona Beach May 7-8. I E. I.. Suber, Jr., and
$606.55 In Cancer Forest Land Taxation la the W M. "Bill" Summerford. If .
theme of the 2-day meetingA '1 a majority Is not declared for t
Crusade Effort technical program has been one of these native contestants] YOUR
scheduled, moderated by a runoff wUl be held between April 13, 19M 5th
The inniul "Houra to HOUMCenvsss" A. Albert of Jacksonville Fr.llk'i the two top men In the second Attorney General Robert Kennedy May
for the Cancer Cru- est counsel for the Florid, primary on May 28. I' Clerk of Circuit Court
Mdt conducted by the Quincy Forestry As.oclatlon.Portions Two newcomer to Gadsden Justice Department
PIlot Club April 21 netted of the program willInclude County politics are making a :Washington, D. C. I
$808.85.Anyone. presentations "For race for the neat on the County Dear Mr. Kennedy,
who WM not contacted est Land Taxation" b'OO Gordon Board of Public Instruction in I ljyJ In a release from the A aateral raw far light- -
tnay tend his contribution to D. Lewis, U. 8. Forest Service District Two that Is being vacated Associated Press yesterday
the Gadsden County Unit Ashevllle, N. Co! "ComptrollerAaaeIllDellt" by John C. Hlnson. Norman where the-Justice Department
Treasurer, Gene Nixon it the Views by J. MAycotke McMillan and Lamar Mun- charged :rOd\ Gadsden County,
Citizens Bank it Trust Corn Director of Assessment roe, Jr. are foes in this battle. State of denied/ negroes
piny. Miss Sarah Key Is metnorlii standards Division, Jacksonville Boyd Leonard, also a newcomer the privilege to vote This is
chitrmin. : "A County< Assessors to county politics, challenger an absolute lie. An honest record
Th. Pilot Club wishes to express Viewpoint" by Dufin Cobb, Incumbent Fred Shelter will bear tt out
appreciation to ill adult I Levy County lax assessor 'The for the Dlfitrlct I seat on the I Invite you to be my guest
workers end member of the County Commissioner ind Tax Board of County Commission- Tuesday, May 5, to observe free
Fuhangette Club ind Future ation" by Jack Clegg, Hauler e ra.i voting by both white and color elM\/
homemakers Club who assisted County commissioner and "The District: I position on the ed. However, even If you should
In the eanvm [View of the Taxpayer" by David ,'Board of County Commisebod e able to attend you win not
Let year, the amount the C. Adklns, executive Director ors is being by C. ose Department because end the Jus
Pilots collected wn $1,000. The :of the Duvet County Taxpayers Spurgeon Dunn and Done, C ,tice wish to cow
I figure is several hundred dol ,Asuorlatlon. Smith, both of Chattahoochee time to present the whole
lars I... this year, but it I* i A Chapter business session la The seat Is being vacated by South as an ibscess: to the na
hoped that many more will I sleted for the morning of Hay llomer flirt, also of ChaUahoo- tion .
get In touch with the treasurer 8. chee who declined to seek re The Invitation Is still la ef-
or some boird member. I BAIL Chapter membenhlp rect .
The worken met at the totals 410 tortsten throughout The last race on he ballot Yours very truly, II"f' ,mss
Quincy Woman'i Club to report ',the stale. will be voted upon In all precincts -wrii.: Forre Taylor D. D. a
following the canvass and Headquarters for the convention of the county wtlh the jl Why you"love 'i
were served refreshment. will be the Castaway exception of Cbattahoochee,
Hugo Tharpe la Crusade Beach Motel, Daytona Beach.rIMMEY precinct 9 This contest Is between __ ,
chairman and Mri. Louise Adrian U Anderson, "
Blackburn'of: Havana, peso hold.r of the office of Constable 4 f this slip ': i
dent of the Gadiden County ef District 1 for the past < w71s'i
UttM. eight/ years, and W. N. Benlroe, :i \ r:
(Jl ot Gretne. Late-Day .yes -iq
\ All office with the exception i ,sTf
I-- ,.
Snowden Will 11tU of the District 1 Constable race r fI!?,. .' .,...., '
will be voted on countywide. Costume )' '
Attend Meet AU polls are expected to be Tf '
SyMUrMNnAny open at 7 am. and will dune a ;
.t 7 p.m.PoUtog. br ,
Jimet B. Snowden. consult.lug IkiK
forester for D.dd'en;; County use of this expose or Precinct places are as follows: / \,
and an adjoining area In any newspaper In which It la Superintendent's. 1f "J'I,>
Georgia, will attend the Florida used is a space filler by a office !In the east end of the - Chapter, southeastern sea stupid makeup man other than courthouse. 0'
to start a fire or fish is Precinct Customary placeat 1 I
wrap Jamleson. ,, First, because this smooth, slim ."
prohibited.A '
mutual friend of mine in Precinct J- Barber's Store 't shoplng of carefree nylon tricot \t

York who baa admired me at Concord .,Ks has such beautiful bodice of
RUSTOLEUMs ma when I let him slug Precinct 4- City 11&1110 Havana a .."
i city editor though I bdeniority Ii lined lace, and a hem seven Inches i
:
furnished Precinct &- Joyner'i Store
this
\ me exclusive.
It Midway. N a deep In more lace. Second because:

RUST What he sent was a copy efI Precinct ft- L. L. Owens' I 5 It fits you so perfectly you'll .
the Inn Bee See radio Store it Welumpks.Precinct I
I gnuaeaat have to smile with pleasure ....
II script of the stall snarl that 1- McBride Store Iy1' I r ''
sore CORE was to preen asa at Sawdust 1 at your mirror. And then I'there's f
feature Precinct B- Little Sycamore \
the
I Available In on opening day
the $8.931
of the World's Unfair. Church it Sycamore. \ price.
Part of the unbroadcest vent Precinct B- City hall .t

All Colors like so,speeds.There They they go all at start'different Chattahoochee.Precinct 10Parrlmore' \s Sizes 30 to 40

AVAILABLE IN ed somewhere and are going Store at Ml Pleasant .. Short, Average, Toll ;I
some place. All those Precinct 11- FUrcloth's k r i '10)'
cars are the colors
K In
ALL SIZE CANS burning the same fuel, i neat Store at Hardaway.Preclnot i,
AND trick to get real mileage. Greensboro W- City hail at "I a you love wort.Mother's .'
"Now look. The black cause
SPRAY CANSGuaranteed begins sieving down. But not Precinct 13- County Com a
to [the white cause. Both have the missioners' meeting room downstairs
same fuel. But look at the In the courthouse In
STOP RUSTILUMBER white cause moving ahead. Qulncj.
"Something has really gone I Precinct 14- Smith's Storeat
wrong. The black Illruon.
CO.LARSEN cause have
gone real fast and were leading Precinct 15- Community VEtu:4INSTOH
before. Maybe without House at Gretns. By
no secret badatlve
Hate they can begin to "U"I Household Hint KUOTT yellow rayon erepe
along with the other smartly used for a on -piles
Phone 627-7278 smoother cart Before scalding WDc. rose I dress that has a two place
Mainline Drive Bt don*u.Vf'Uk. It would I the pan ta cold water to keep loot The ruffled collar ts
have been aired even If It hadn't the milk from stickle* u4IOGI'II1ID6o shows with a shield flUer

rained and yen Humphrey, Uie Inner. For a change the bass
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guest of honor, cUdnt want to ef the raffled flung* .. to 4p
PosiUve'ProtecttonAgainstlTERMITESU' chanee a eold in a stalled open I sseaanypsaisdorer.Tteskfct a 11.oh .
** *.
I "! to gathered wto a

sore llmmphrsr throat Think wttfe a ef cold M. lit and SEPTIC low joke bead aO srowX' ft*.
tof a koff torso look. It la avery
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\WIble
to aptak IIId
P: .0,000,
.. mTANKS and "to-
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tiseras pretty
people -ana drunk
i OkAreas.Pkme. day. a gift

Vole Tuesday INSTALLED special 0f '


CVMotl.... Mr .... O.) ..

1 ..... Sylra attorney.W. Strickland. a Tallahassee FOR SALE MAI. Mill i 1)4M1JJ GltRJIfJ .

I M. Inman present member
't. .n s-.nun.Itetls L
of the Florida House of
.. nE Representatives from GadidenCounty ..., Tel.
tee: :="Y : Is April : M., 1 iComfy ., .
for
f :: opts t. ... .a..dn1.y being challenged 30. SlippersBlack '
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war the county one seat by Louise I WHEELERDEALERS
1 U 1.e.....-...se .,oast-MarMd..o.arr Blackburn of Havana. Neitherof LCRie

.a.d _. --..1 these two are new to county
-1-----. politics and are expected to SurrUt J.... Gene,
,
Mh aa.a.t Mils.sae,. ..=.e.ea adds 1.sa vet have a large following kw Iwo R.mlck
sews I*WttWfMl.>.*..Aa.eWI. Edwin Blur, present Clerk
.._........, .. the Circuit Court, Is being co oBoth, Sa... My I
m panels tested by Wayne R. llanna. DOUBLE FEATURE
are Oadaden County natives. I
SON OF
See er tall year local lambs Another contest between native 627-6851
feeler er rest ft Lenbeirieeerrlng born Gadaden Countlans Is ROBIN HOOD J
.. .. the race for sheriff between I ,
; c. ,. '
Incumbent EARL LODGE ,
Otho Edwards and CATTLE"KING 1: '
i fbene 117471 J. Neal Fab-cloth.

I A three man race for Tax 81.,11. Robert*,Ur .
I a'.
1 i s.., M..T .....w.....

I : M.yS,4.S.MUTINY e $5.50 t '

WEST END ON THE Whit.l ]r ,;

: starving BOUNTY M.rU. ......., AA to B Site S to 11 \, ;"1 : :

Trmr "_.... : .\ \ t1 ; P
BEAUTY SHOP ,"" 0(1 f".l .
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HILLDRIVEIN Gills from $1.00 .....;

'."'_Ho.. .
Complete Beauty Service BEAUTIFULLY WRAPPED
KM. MAle T4WMay

PERMANENT WAVES
STYLING Fit,Sae,
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1.1 .
TINTING
MANICURING M,.
DOUBLE FEATURE "

OPERATORS TARZAITS CHALLENGESCATTLE THREE .....,\.,1rAGII

i Saen4a. Jack...._,
Mabel Presnell
Lavelra
t Tharpe Alae

I'' KING
Rseee Teylae
CALL MAin 7-8624
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..i A WORD TO THE WIVES IS SUFFICIENT !

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: PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 30th.
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raitiTI--i MAY lit & 2nd.
I
KLEENEX DELSEY TOILETTISSUE FACIAL TISSUEKLEENEX
TOWELS
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I i 3 I Pkg I Roll*.ol* i iI $1 oo 5 !ROIL $100 4 oi Pkgt 400'i, si oo
k
STOmY'S TOMATOCATSUP

MAiO GIST IGA HOMOGENIZED MILK 9 Coni Toll $| 00 '


{ 5 3Btis.L $100 t'qqii STANDARD TOMATOES PACK 10 3Cazu $100F

PENNY BRAND

' IGA VAN PORK CREAM CAMP'S&STYLE BEANS or WHOLE BRNEt 8 :. ,!rtDOG FOOD 13 Can Tall* $100

[ 1 GOLDEN CORN 7 ;::. IGA LIQUID 00

! SLICED BEETS 7 LfiiA DETERGENT 3220& $1
IGA CUTGREEN
BEANS 5 C:. CANESUGAR .... SPECIAL# BLEND-IGA
i :!; FRUIT DRINKS 3 $: O ?r", ICED TEA
I i PINT BEAUTY TBA
"e SALMON 2 J
iLb.
IGA HALVES ILK 59c
Pka.
BARTLETT PEARS 4 Pic* '
CARNATION INSTANT
It Qt. (SAVE 8c BUY BOTH FOR $1.00))
br DRY MILK PIt;. "


I r Pork Chops BALLARDwPIIISBURY \

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; BISCUITS
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Rib End Cuts Center Cuts 13 Cans


1 3 Ibs. $100lb.lb59c $100

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h b rAJLERITE LG. EGGS 39c

ti =_ GROUND 3 $1 00
I:! .R Y IA71 BEEF Ibs. rMILK a.L 39TABLDUTE <

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GIANT PACLAGEFLUFFY
ALL Each 83t TABLERITC IGA FROZEN FOOD DOLLAR BUYS -

: BREEZE Each 34c FRANKS 3 HESWUTS 5100' LEMONADE COLLARDS-MUSTARD-TURNIP
TOILET SOAP PREMIUM or FROSTY MORN
LIFEBUOY 2 Ban Both 33c SLICED BACON 2., 5100 10 GREENSCASEY'S
BATH SIZE BARS
: ,TOILET LUX SOAP SOAP 2 POI 31c LEAN SPARERIBS MEATY lb. 49c y9p $ I 00 00
PRAISEGIANT Bath Bar 21c LEAN WELL TRIMMED i 1 0 JO..0. $1
PACIAGESILVER PORK ROAST lb. 39
, DUST Each 81c
EARLY RISER MIXED SMOKED
2J-OUNCESIZE SAUSAGE 3 Ib. SlOOSUNNYLAND wASHII+.::,rAifCT
LIQUID SWAN Each 63c on the

V'iM'mLETS Each 69c PORK SAUSAGE MILD 1011 3 Ibs. SJOO Co rn Cob APPLE S4ge

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IGA FOODLINER r,., ,. WCEJUIC'It1MIIIT (
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AND LEMONS
WILSON'SIGA

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PACE SIXTEEN .. .____ 9.-" ." ___. =._ GAD6DKN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 80t 1M* J
-- title,taus! 19 PRICES FOB A DAT
used to drive about town In "Conflicts"Where
i he wagon with an old mule Well next Tuesday II the day I L Housebreaking Hints II Grand Rapids, Mich. Clabretlng -
I that the men will be separated the twenty-fifth anniversary
dead.
Bits And pulling it S. L. Is He In tfcrt world tin one
died Tuesday, April 38 I wander from ,tilt boys, to the laying --- friend? It yoU try of their cafeteria,
bid true
f
I enee. It Is than that they i
what will happen to lit* live In awetlatton With people George and Adele sun told
to
all\ tint be elected since Were
Pieces seat little next white to dog him that and sat wattfted on the art'110''marry good And capable : :i4 they hurt you. dislike If you you set everything at 1939 prices Ham
they
BY HUTCH out for the rig while S. L. was people seeking various officesat yourself more. If apart yen re above them, dinner was 35 cents: pie, soup
away from K. S. U was a native the county, state and national '- hate If yon are toolow and hamburgers were a dim,
I they you
level I and trust that
bf South'Carolina but had hope and milk and coffee
after the skirmish 1 therewont to fit In tiietf tiM, hey wen a
The Monday meeting of the lIved here for many year over corn you II'O'II..t on their nickel The Skaflt told friends
ill
be
Teak where he had many friend, any feeling or forever .I I
Qulnry Kiwanis Club was level, they are wnplring
grudge carried around. Iveteen they were 'enjoying theMselves -
both white and colored 1 regret
ly overloaded with Baptist to surpass yon Are ." Today those
ham din.
f mixed up in politic In thla
have that I kept putting off this earth,
Of on
preachers course we there any people ,
county since I wan 21 and have sans are $1.25 and up
picture of S L. and .
our own, Guy Wade regular getting a whose friendliness to sincere? -
: his mule and dog 'I especially seen acme mighty bitter.con-
and TnomaOuUlno friend be found?
member, teats and some of them Car one true I I
of him with
who gave a most Interesting wanted one Captain M peopled
lasted for year, 1 don like it God knew, when INSECTICIDESSOIL
W L. 1'ar\IIr'\ftlo' ued his
and timely report of a book cervices In has: garden on North' that way Someone has to win thill."tJfld. that "ConfJlctI"would "II.re'f 4 bland some Mf J* a
minister
also written by a BpUt I
the weaker ones
make
baa to lose Ua
: and then ...bad Dr, C A. Uth-Street Wow' they are bothIOh' and Mtneone so give the fight I am inclined Mt old-faahloned. It Just FUMICANTS
take'elther up
bet to grectouaty
Roberta, pastor of the Tallahas- Time files, I td believe that "Hell" U men* !SxL.LMFADAY"
,eee First Baptist Church, aaguest. a Avail measles being; In vogue present, right now, on earth, WEED KILLERS
: They figure, and rightly I bet that ws a grand and among the younger' set It finally and hour one sustains now, la :
so,J goose that we Khwnlansneed glorious mess In the "MasonicTemple caught Up With the girl either hit Heaven or Hell.
a lot of plrHual 'uplifting : teat Thursday after that in the city: office. At least one When latter he diet, IU Imply SOUTHERN
Just to be on the safe sprinkler got through squirtingtons Sf the ladles, Mrs. George e matter of deterioration of the
side we had two fire chiefs in of water In the Welfare with of
Smith Is out a case body which has squirmed In
attendance In case thing got Department office on the and Mra Vlckera CHEMICALSales
'em, Christine Hell" If1 long Those persona i i't1
too hot third floor It la hard to imagine la expecting. who were strong enough to
that one little half Inch w. conquer this Thing" of friend, ,
We wnot be teeing 8 I* pipe would be capable of putting Speaking of the City office -.. and friendships, are having i & ServiceInc.
Brown, the tolored man who" out 4hat much water )' have a new helper OM! are futidlou by nature and easy t* honsebreak. Often their Heaven now. And later,
:crossth street > ". Mr, R. kittens have bean housebroken *,their mother,aid an you need when "death cornea, they can .
Fain "Tinky" Embry, Welcometo do I I.slow tliem'where the litter pan la located. Follow some good peacefully, without any fears, V
this end of town, "Tanky:' advice from the Purina tat Care Center. Do not allow t new eat or "accept" the end of =
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT the run of the toxin until you are sure he is using hit litter vanreiuUrly. a 'rrj, Life: I Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101
.If you a re training new kitten,place elm fa his litter Anonymous
Woman's Club pan> fiat thing In the mflrnlni,last thing at night,after each meal -_. :-.- QUINCY FLORIDA
ind after periods bf wergrtie play. If h* seem restless,take Mm
Board MeetsThe to l1Ie jpan, and keep hint there untIl he use it fhutio or baked Hospital ReportApril nrit one!" I
Lamar Munroe Jr. enameTpMiiwit ely[ bt Washed and do not net Cbooee a van
roomy endns for the cat to move around in. Empty the pan lit M
Anil
SI
Executive Board of the often aa necessary and wash it every week with hot water and
Junior[ Woman Club met at aoap-nerer ate strong disinfectants a* their Bnplenant odor Admissions Arthur Lee
he home of Mr*. Charles Dean keeps cat away Farina Cat Litter Is excellent material to put heinous, Mrs. Alice Faircloth, KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc.
s Friday with good attendance hi th* tray and cat"smell"to a Julia ,I ,
=nJJ: rrtin Allen, Mrs Poppell
The' president, Mrs. R. U Maa- room, a secluded part of the kitchen,or the Mr*. Jeanette Sadberry, Robert CHARLES KINARD, Owner
soy presided The minutes Were 'tray.n a house and not an apartment,are good place le keep i sanitary rarel, Mr*. Link M Conrad,I IMrl. Remodeling Additions
read by the secretary, Mrs. Ruth Ann Wade, Mra Ante '
Brady McClellan, who also gave Travel n.. Owen and Mra Gwen Bed- NEW CONSTRUCTION
the treasurer' report 10 by My duals nbaugh<< Quincy: J. J. Stout- GctfCKjeB CctrpafU Pwtne
The president announced that mire, Ed Lane, Tallahassee:
the club had received three MM Deondra Barber and Willie Roofing Siding Cabln tt

awards at the oonwntlon, proJ-) Day, dMI'J: James Florida Room Enclosure
eat Hop certificate of eppre hfjy Donnle Smith,I
elation, liberty award for a Ihattahoochee and William D I "No lob Too Leagt M roe 8nto.Q

hundred per cent participation Ferguson, Greensboro. I Havana Highway Phone 627-849$
In G F W C Car Literary In 1703 5k, Rraf eta teavel.rs '' gym' BIRTHS: Mr, and Mr, Ellis
program and the club madeII'CIIIII'WIIII went oleft' In a t balloon iullf Randal Kllpatrkk. boy, April 21.
the Honor Roll. by the Frerxh MtntgaIremerspauangars -

report from other were e
officer and chairmen preset (omaH a reeirer and a duckf
refreshments were served The Might Was ee successful,
Mrs. Max Gait will Inelan 1 iOta triad and astern.
the hew officers 11the Mat pltahad d Itjl| In the balloen
meetingroftCfcts. en NeMmber Jli i J

FOR BETTER SCHOOLSGADSDEN
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fort Worth, TeL Forget t, "
COUNTY tint 1(00 nude one man poorer
but mad unknown persona
little better .off. Tom Ban-
cTitt pieced a stack of billion
top of till truck while tie changed -
SCHOOL BOARDDISTRICT coveralls, then drove off t ,
forgetting to remove the bills l

The wind' scattered the untie High after WarM War II, Inlernotlenal ravel .y land, air
TWO bill along the way. When he. and lee began le ''ntr',", Travel figures ...e .4 415,000.
thought around of the and money drove,back he turned but 'In tie l'60'a, with he hustle and buttle ef ,.."le "going' Y
places," Kgurei gnaw" le I4,000.or .
(Paid Political Adv.) failed to find the money or the
_people_ who picked It t >.9 \1

L odoy'l" lrav.lsr, me vw\
(ftltf 'Inlernatlenel, TravelHolldey -
CO. Stew will beheld
TRACTOR -
\ M&M el New Yerk'l Coll. ,
1 B.F.Goodrlch seam, Novsmbsr list

E.Jttll. BonBL Ph.627-7182 through 29th. It will oflor 1i' ____
nin.days.I ) lentlnu / J
.e., coasts I ; r

!j1 l.l. .mint from dancers all, ,'ever singers..'utlnl Ihtwerldndar troupes 4olk_ k f


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II.API* IJloua

PRICES t XXCUoaa ah W MIla flx:

I 4 BEST an. &IoaIIIIna If'Pope"I I

jrart weed control from Atrazine
It TOWS MnMXtHao' lam IXInetmee: Season-long one spray,

ES M.Hem. Jo.H nt4e

I ; ALL s nant UHMateA IT.Bxchane III.I'InMt aolreMLBas Ssewe. Airsflne SOW herbicide k an easy oned1t.. And, Atrajtne May to pick off Ulef' 1

k ONt 1T.CM0 UNevada dty KPedtetalUCtnetstaV 40.WIne ... spray weed control plan" for corn thai germinating weeds, right up to harvest,,|
uaAfieali part eeptade end competition from runt annual ShINIlne fee .....gaauaatMg" weeds
tk a ttMaatkal KlCakeraLltlDt a. amu4 broadleaf weeds and gratta* for fa eo Minajlne DOW herbicide ha character
tZOtrfe name 18.- of Cht aayard lire season. It works efficiently and ptoIlatla thai make H especially effective In
Mg aa> ttac4pf tore earth ellnnI of Eb0. itably, reducing or even elrmlnatln the controlling certain weed 'In com Being
t .,"" aUAaUnUw 80.Qtsrre.s2 sax. need for cultivation, and promoting 'pistolunesh.nAlraU.Nremainsneohigher
IILPI yields. the sod surface for longer periods. This,
i >I9tRars ast11, sam 10 I" I" 11 I.a.DdI&1a I. Yields beaded by early control makes tt useful on sandy seals and where

I : tteflrsMfoal j w Three yenta of Intensive field study by late' ,shallow !germinating grasses, such as
) "s Independent research men prove that by cribgrast, fall panicum and barnyard I
1\\ ttB M4 .,- I controlling weeds during the Ant three gnu, are a major problem. Smuiinet
M.OMMMllnlsadrtd fa weeks of corn growth, a* many at 29 should be applied at planting or site f
a, e w bushels per acre can he added to torn planting but before weeds emerge
I : 0010': yield When Atriztne Is applied, broadcast Don't let weeds and grasses rob your
two r /: 11 'I y .- or In t band over the rows, at or Immediately crop of moisture and soil nutrients
I MMUtaryOLOipBalor alter planting, you get mil year. Use Alruine or JimatlneCeigy .
EE\w :=. L as .a a4 .. early control control thai continues Agricultural Chemicals, thll''

EE .. 1 I' FIght on through to hirve Ceigy, Chemkal Corporation, Saw
I POWER GRIP How Atrulne works River ftMdArdsleyN.Y. 8
II THE BIO FARM :- 1I1 Rainfall of shallow cultivation move
TIRE THAT GIVES eUKtad> AtriJlne down to the weed foot lone
REAR TRACTOR TIRES vrewANIS 40> la iM % % where, N h absorbed by germinating
YOU BIO EXTRAS .. weeds Soon alter/ weed emerge, they Gellgy
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EXTRA KACTIONI POSITIVE puioat C*CMMCAU sot MOOCM
Built with AMI Powirfu! liatortuwiDnnuD IXJWX It 1- .. w ,

a It glltpoacm HtUiDni rtNITRATIONI inKlUNINOI' Lxoneaj* ... ;.. Atrazine = ;
MAXIMUM nOTATWNJ RIGID $
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OADSDETf COOTTTT TIMES QUINCT,_FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL_JO IBM. __PACE! SEVENTEEN!
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Mrs. Scott Kelly table and bread silver dainty trays rinnamon held banana ETTHollyweod fr Jr. Horse Show

Honored Here buns and theene blsruftl and T71 : IT'S A FACT.....*.. ****n4JGgMM
pinwheel aandwlches. A tea cut
placed nearby held two silver t Winners NamedYoung
At Coffee epergne containing strawber- EPfflR) FIY-SWATW ivw* oirf usy
rlea Florida orange Juice was _
people from Otis aurroondlm HAKMJ. 4&
served from IN tASTCRM .
a punch bowl on a : ?
Saturday, April tsth. from III
town participated
round Uble covered by a circular { THE GIpu' Ct&Y JOD
until 12 Mri. riub
10:SO :00, Edward the O.dtdl'ISaddl. *
Fletcher and Mr*. Thomi pink linen cloth and accented IS Calif. Spring Junior Korea Show last WAS SYrAATTINC.DIJGi AY44Y
smith were hostesses at. coffee with ro..i.. low bowl of sweetheart April V, 1964 Saturday evening ,FROM Tl* SULTAN'S rAvowti WIVES/ %$
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given at the Woman' Club dm T n v m
winner In the twelve
Mr. The Urge mirror vcr the Again >Q Folks: County:
for Scott Kelly the form Western Ore
letter events were: eBarbara -
we
last
er Mix Marjorie May of Quln- mantle was flanked by tall Since my first 1-
bronae figurine, Under themllTOl' have been ktelhg of tilings Davidson pled: v
tot of Cherra VI Sepp eetond Christie -
ey.Th was I fan arrangement and going to a placernamely
club was beautifully decorated -of pink glads, Poses and Iria. A e e.W l aa follow: TV shows, Taylor, third: and Becky ,', v
using rose, Irit and similar arrangement was on the : Disneyland. Ghost Town, Caplatrano Bell, fourth! Tunnel IlseeCherra H yb
amarylll from the hostesses piano San Diego, Tijuana. VI Sapp third: PonyKsprtm
ardena.. The foyer of the club Mexico. Have seen a lot of lost r Cherra Vttapp,
wa highlighted with an arrangement The music alcove presentedthe friend and relatives, one of third: Western PleasureCher-
of amaryllla and a focal arrangement of the k ; whom t will mention and wall ., ra VI Sapp, first and Barbara I
tall arrangement of loquat mom. 1 massive framed picture '( remember aa Ml** Mary Jo Davidson, third; Relay Race '
branchee In I Urn brass urn of Senator Scott Kelly- candidate 'yyl+ rF Fain of Quincy.TV Barbara Davidann II.and
Placed on a table In the entrance of Governor of Florida. Bill Blount, aevondi Donut
wu a framed Fern trees formed I IOn shows were AH Llnklet- RIH'tIBill Blount. fourth::
Senator Kelly beneath portraitof which background for the appointments I Li. MDe-11 ter'i "House Party" and "queen Cherra VI Sapp; and MurryTortd rutri
was guest book, later of the room. for A D.,." Rev. William Holmes TVraetPentecostal sixth; Arena R_ Bill 100 YtARt AG4 TN[ RlCI
eel to Mr*. Kelly by the t''nt-I Those assisting the hostesses Gene McDowell Mount, third: Chem VI Sapp, a+o R ulo6aulro IIEtTINS..
The beautiful reception room were: Mri J. T Straughn and I wa .n odd ball it "Queen Sots fourth; and Stevle Benefleld,
Of the club was attractively decorated Mrs. Harold Bevl greeting the Named AdjutantSecond for A P.?." I had I ticket fifth: Cloverleaf lane l-lji ..
Using shades of pink and guest at the door; Mri Hal and they wouldn't me makes Revival Services Jimmy Smith second; and Harriet
purple the refreshment table Fletcher, Mra. Jtmmle I Smith, wish, as did all the ladiei Hill, Mventht Run and
was overlaid with Mra. Howard Fletcher and Mn Lieutenant B. Eugene They said they didn't allow Lead; Bill Blourat, seenml;
an Imported McDowell former FSU grid kings to be In till ..how.Dlanl'yl.nd Revival service will begin at Smith
outwork linen cloth and Cecil Buticr pouring coffee; any Jimmy fourth and
by I dresden centered -! Mrs Pat Thorn, Mrs. R. L. star. has been promoted to adjutant U the most fan'title the Qulnry Pentecostal Holiness n VI Sapp, alxtbi: ; =
epergne of the 62: Military I I have ever seen Church tomorrow night at
holding Queen Elizabeth Massey and Mr. R. V. Cantey thing Race- Cherra VI Sapp first:
and lice Company In Okinawa, aa- or even dreamed of seeing. We 7:30 and continue through Sunday Bill
Charlotte' Armstrong pouring orange Juice! Mr Jeff Blount. second; and Bur-
with purple Irti. rose mixed Dim, Mra. William Inman, turning his duties officially April -enjoyed a lot of the rid., .s May 10.\ Guest evangelist bar Ann Davidson, fourth:
.j Mrs. James Horton, Mrs, Earl 20, 1M4 accordng to a com well aa several show. will be the Rev William Holme Bare Back Race Barbara Davidson i ..
Coffee was poured from aller Willie, Mr. James Kelly Mr, munique received by hla mother My wife think I am a won- turner of Andrew, S, C second; and Cheers VI
services at each end of th e Adrian Fletcher, Mr*. James Mrs. Tommy Edwards, of derful driver, after t put her in "Mr, Turner who u general Sapp, fourth. lacx Ai ou s ,
--- evangelist of the South Caroline
---- Greensboro. the driven rest In one of those
Conference la in great demand Winner ** th* Mghpnlnt ID0Ai7110N 3aW1E ruW
CtSt'a
I McDowell Joined the Arm hob sleds at the Matter Hum.
following nil graduation fromFSU These things race wildly for In hi* field of labor Cairo.trophy Wag Dan Henderson of + MME PROO< QOT PR00I NlWpltlAlWRtTMSC
in June of 1964 and reported .bout I miles through cave and stated the Rev. W. C. Harndon A YhD TO hell'
for active September -tunncla of this peak and youfinally pastor Bob Henderson i'f fittti ..OTIt6A POlK3 J1JIT f1J11'il0 INSECTS qlT IIT iRESN AIR
He was S I lHl1tto the drive through t lake of Many of the early year*, of served aa judge .t the show AND SwORl.
j'JU.a"c Military Police after completing water at the end. You don't Mr Turner' life were spent la Membere of he find aster f ,
: t) MP school it Fort Gordan get wet. There Isn't time for China with has family where Saddle. Club- would Ilk. to r*.
Gene known hi\. the Isis father and mother were .... their appreciation tn all
aa he la to that, for by the time water
: < friends In T.II.Iand ire already gone mlaalonarlea. HIS pare*!* were who assisted and participated -- --" ---- ,--- ..--- --- -
1 on.. ,jc Gad dl'n County was captalrt of by. I loin real hard to find imprisoned several year In Japanese la the Junior. none Strew/ ,
,.GW"" .' : : '. ., I \ '" i..1 I the Florida State football team a few familiar Homes that 1 prison (ramp during The) nest allow In tile area Ik
.. .'w..l In 1M2 and was selected All might say were related to tome World War II. He had returned scheduled In Bristol M i e'rlnrk 4l,#
.62HSL" ,, ,, .. I American Guard third team, b y of you over at Boot Hill by to the state. Just prior to their\ Saturday night. May t and will I 1 ELECTSpurgeon
,. ):: : : the iportiviTlten for the Aaloclated checking the epitaphs on sum* capture be aponsnred by the 4.If Club
Preta. of the! totnbetone, The rkneat Everyone hi cordially Invitedto All Owimten Saddle Club \1;
7're ..llJ, ; J "I'm enjoying my May In one I earn W waa lute that said attend the revival aenrloe members are urged < Okinawa but will be glad to thla fellow was hung by mie- the next AanoclMlnn Show te
I return to Florida when my time take. He had some sort of On The Farm be held In Madtann May i and
PACIC G&fQLICj: '. I I. up!" McDowell said name that resembled Scotch S.
.' lush which began with Mac I County Commissioner
.. '; "' '( ,' Hy jabs ltu1tCo.n' ? ,
:Wllllama, Mri Ben twin good, When you drive In L. A. you RTIREMINTY': BOOST ,
ttoO 1.'JOIf: 'U W .(:'Waa1ihu to ,$ 1 Mrs James Watts Mrs C, W. feel aa though about a million Ages The rhanres of an Increaa Dtatrtct Three
Harbin, Mra. W, 8. MeN.ll, Mra. automobile hive to mows over FIRE ANTS In the battle retirement payment
Houston Rogers, and Mrs to let you come IPo"," '_i The Siaie Department of Agriculture under assist eecuriry are bright' e I
'Uormci'M f4ilf.art 'tidc_, ShaW Jame Pfeil acting at floor boaterae Mexico k ls different. Thedon't Y Utvlilon of Plant In- this "'1'. AA Increase In the rl A mast wiUi .Ma eye open
*. move over They rub all duitry and USDA began treating retirement payment would fK i ,
I All ladies of the county were around you and rome .t you farina In Oadnden County In well with Johiuon'a ants, ,ii' fat th* (mpravemen* ef Gsxkv
Invited to attend toll lovely at. from all directions at the lame for Fire Ants again thl week. poverty program and would not ''
_fair honoring.__._Mr. Kelly._ time. We mad. tt e k. by Ju.lbPln This la a continuation of the be likely 40 arouse anything like .S r *.* r-wv.
-- patient and let them doall work started lag fall AU the oppnaltton that has restated.
the running around. They treating being dune by plane. every move to add health rare' Hses are send W figs Vaadvoratee
QUALITY seem to know more about how We were Informed by official to the) social security reUivmenlayatem.
i :this la all done. Just don't rover tan of theie department thin week e t.orhI MW tutuiet.
anything that has the Word that the Intention was to treat :
fs 'Ds Alto on It, for that mean atop the larger tracts Hgn,d up by '
i I thought that the style. would plane and the smaller by round The homes rare Ass its prob'> Ce..e.w.11.e el ** ,e.ds r"t.ri ...
be quite different Borne are. A letna melttrilmr year and nw, -.i4It.- :
lot of bald equipment The catch la that ...;.. .- sow are** wkM Und 1.lee.* /es ewer
men wear toupee no one knowi when the treating
k..aIs.s ...it / ,
1 r t mt
thought about looking for onmyself of the small ileac will : ...
.. .. Tie laUralUa *.1.) k. *
FERTILIZERSP about ,all but that then t thought start\ probably late Insurance C.nt.r _!1.4. I.,...... .. -..... .... neeph ..... so or
'Ionic and other Mpenalv hair My recommendation.ummrr'l 1121 Wilt Jefferson twinkle Us I... ..4 It I. u.! we atari hi.. wllkl lk.
Azalea Camellia Rose Food r- Bon M.al thought k would be things better to I few ple acrea that want.la to buy to treat the bait only and a limit' .1 ear aklllly ,. pay !.....

Ewgrttn Food Potting Soil Plat MOM Just let things be. When I "'lab put tt out yourself. Tke poison I PAT THOMAS MY PROMISEi -
my face, 1 give myself a sham salt I I. available at eur office
i iIn
Cow and In 14 I wave 'learned that all
BhtepManur I my year*
,pots at the some time.I 50 Bound baga si 1041'h. I'l. .
INSURANCE. INC. the office hoMere Wan of d Uca
nun *>
.leant
am I'EAtll
beginning to to SEASON
COMPLETE LINE OF I pity' all : boll to their! J?k*, set I n* Unei ben *.rtlcul.rly the men
that first
you guys have of the
a peach* aeaaoa
Lawn who have served the Roard ., Commlanloixra.Thty
Garden Fltld Fertlllstrt lot of hair. will be harvested either en CeaMy
lS Fridayof
0 1 have seen I lot of beautiful thla have served with dlrnMt and 'parpus* without wlf-la-
j week
or Monday of
f1 m. churches and It week next ,, treat. It .U my prwnloe that U eluted I will KphuM i the responsibility
depending
Caplitrano ass the
FIELD apoa weather. .
SEED a church that was destroyed by This la Uie tarlygoldvariety. of ..."'Inlll, the ropu'tatloa,

famous the earthquake bell of Capltlrano In II1L The of. list There are only noacree lint. lkl' ti /b Ike. !*.*-:;Ike seeks! I wad ,.''.11 yes
All Varieties Corn Llndsty 77 Sorghum till there, although they ar* gold variety of variety. The M ay- people) wk.. I'". .."' ... I. slat I e.j.r.J She vials wish ,...
Chubs Cotton Velv.t Beam 'not In the tower, This are de MO aces will be whlvh there are One Slop Means I .....I Sake *...*k .. fr*. my k*>ln... aid firmMk ,.
I'itroyed In the quake, was three works Thl ripe In about, a k.m.-'..11.... *...... k.l I ...... ,.. I weld' Ilk.
I I. the
Millet Kentucky Wonder 191 Beam things like Ma makes you steelng really that wilt be of Interest variety to>> the Complete Service .. .e e svary t H.. |. lk. ......,. I. tare le allaed .., .1
Peanut Cow Peas Ike ,.+lies.
wonder what would happen If Iwuiewlfe
ysomething stave I DIAL 627-7151 SPURGEON DUNN
I'Una
like this should coIn "'" bee made for
the middle of the night r'j' sales 01 .....".i at the i CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMI1SIONCR Ditl. I
GARDEN SEED Everybody I talk with seems County Male rarmera QUINCY (Paid Political Ad,.)
i to have rome from aomewhereelae. Market This will Mbt. pua-
Only the ilble for .
d very youngest' anyone U to out and -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -
All Varieties Beans and Peas Cantaloup I eem to be native of thai; place purchaa peMbe* |.r fcHne uw
of about 17 million people They at rtaiUMbU lees The own-
.01
Carrots Sweet Corn Cucumbers L.ttuc. 'i'say that about 2,000 move In of the Peach orchards have
Ot Okra P.pper Pumpkin Radishes Rap. every month Maybe that I* Mated they will MM allow pm>- '1' ''
where a few ef our Mager Pie to go>> directly .. their or 5 A VJ? A T
n( Rutabaga Squaah Wat.rmelon population hoe gone UK chard and .tck am..... This
\ ,' \ Green Seeds I' t love a place like Quinn decision was brou.M about by
where everybody know everybody the 'KWn.I" CiB..I., dam.e
else.. Thl I* too big, lorI to the tyres last yep by people
m.. picking trust log hs.e "..
QUINCY FEED MILLS I By the way ladle, I have 1 LllTAa6L'a
INC
seen puke' a few fancy hairdosout Otapllt the mere cold this
here Some .1",
of them make our vegetable '!'GWen
the cute young thlnga look aw wUI brfln harveMlng pole
QUINCY DIAL MAIn 7-6267 FLORIDA ful top heavy I don't know beans and quaD by May 3U
i how they do tt, but If It lulls Thee grower. are building an
themt euRs an old-timer like excellent reputation for
""'., quality vegetable told tnrwuJn.
I Be seeing you out the eoutheeet
Henry W. Und,
P.8. Should leave her the 14th I It >you want to eatm I Mrvd
and head bark In your direction nth, lay the Miami uquar.
by way of Rstt Lake pier and him'i Capt Bill Gray try a
then angle back south toward' potato Parrotflah are s.rlr. .
""rid.. ,
vegetarian ?
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PAGE EIGHTEEN GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL SO, 19M







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Set Ushers MeetConvenes C-P L County Wide ushers union ben Andrews [
Conference High S. Brown Is their anniversary, Wednesday Sunday Rites James Ichauway YieldsTo

At Antioch HereThe School News Death VictimMr. B. Church.night at Mt Pilgrim P. For Mrs. Shirley Passes Away Hawks 9.7

Th. Sunshine Band auxiliary I County Wide Ushers An-' By ElonUe WilllsM ..JUsds S. L. Brown, 79, I native Friday night! May 8, II... Funeral service for Mrs. Life chapter end for Mr. The Havana Hawk deleted
will meet Thunder, ( p.m. with nlvenary will convene, April Dial. ,! of South Carolina but a Braxton and congregation Elizabeth will Emma Jane Shirely will be heldf..MHrlll'MJBa. James "Good Jim" Ichauway by a score of 1.7
Mn. Ethel Stokes, enlerUlnlng 28 thur May S. at Mt. Pilgrem A*another school rear come resident of Quincy for many render service at = at well known Taxi! AndteWl'1 Sunday. The victory: came in
Members are urged to attend. Primitive Baptist Church, KsvR. to the end, graduation day is years, wa pronounced dead on Missionary M. B. Church. ter and school bus driver. He the ninth Inning with two out
Thursday 7.30 p.m. Church H Jackson and congregation 'I her for the senior class of '84. arrival at the Ged den County tist Church, Gretna. She died passed at home on 8. Lon St, one on and the score tied at
Conference will b. held. Offlcn will boat the meeting. The senior class Is composed of Hospital\ at 110m. Tuesday, following a brief illness on Friday around 9:SO p.m. while aileep.1 seven all, with pitcher Jerry
and Interested members art Tuesday evening, the host 168 member! 27 of the** are April 28.Funeral. Amette Chapel April 14. Her passing came His passing came as I surprise Hall at the pl le. Hall hit a two
urged to attend. church, Mt Ptlgram and pastor 1 honor society member. service will be eon- as a surprise to her family, and to member of his family and' and one count pitch 430 ft. over
Friday evening, 7 p.m. tbe In charge. Wednesday evening Miss Erma Jean Lincoln of ducted at S p.m. Sunday, May Church Notes friend a* she appeared to be friends, although be was ill. he the center field wall. The DUmber -
Board of Deacons will meet, Rev. E. Williami and eongregatloo 12-1, the sister of Mrs. Certud S, at Arnertt Chapel with the happily engaged in her daily wii actively engaged throughout on. rated third baseman of
with the chairman In charge will rendered service. Tonight L. Betsy of Qulncy, II the Rev. A. H. Hunter In charge. Love feast service will beheld chorea.A Sunday. 1 the league John "1,000 yards"
Thursday 7:80: p.m. the Senior Tanner Chapel A. M. E. valedictorian Miss Mary Bradley His body will be laid to rest in Friday 7 p.m. An appealis native of Pink County, Ala The deceased la a native of, Klmbl also hit I horn run over
Missionary Society will meett Church, Rev. H. Braxton and of 12-4,the daughter of William Cemetery with Stmms- made to members to attend. the deceased had moved here Quincy, U a member of one the right field _lL It wa Mid
the horn of Mn. Pleasent congregation will have charge Mrs. Ruby Bradley and Mr. Jac"Funeral" Home in Superintendent, Bessys Alexander several year ego. She was well the pioneer family of the city. to be over 400 ft Eddie "Rub-
M. Lawson. All member are of service SeJtno Bradley of Quincy I* the charge. and Joseph Long Sr., announces known In the Gretna Quincy H* attended Steven High her man" Williams, also had a
urged to attend Mm KMIe M. Friday evening, 7:30: p. m. salutatorian. Mr. Brown U survived by his that Sunday School area. school and later attended lia. good day Th Rubber man
Thorn, president in charge.Sunday Possibly many of our reader A and M college. scored four run and drove in
New Bethel A.M.E. Church>> will widow, Mrs Florence Brown, will commence, I:80 a. m. Shortly after establishing residence -
School Supt Parthell render Mrvice. Saturday noticed that th* senior sponsor of Quincy! his mother-in-law, Teachers and pupil are urged her ah* joined Bulah H* was called to line hi. four run. Caption John "Chip"
Gelney announce that Sunday ing musical program e.ID.1 did not lead the Baccalaureate Mrs. Annie Fitzgerald, of Quincy to be at their respective positions Hill Missionary Baptist\ Church country and served In the U.S.A. Avery remarked after the game
School will begin at 9:80 *.m. reod. from Ine of march this year. For the j a al r-ln-law, Mrs. Laura The morning worship ser where she served on several for several years that he wa sstlsfield with all
The morning worship service cy and Tallahassee. An invitation first time, the graduating olasswe Banks, of Hardaway, and five vice will commence at 11 am.with auxilirie She wa very active' He we the owneroperatorof of his Hawk Sunday, but named
will commence at 11 sin The It extended to the public 1 led In by members of the cousins, Mr. LI,. Bishop, of the Rev. A. H. Hunter In In the religlou and educational a taxi, which operated under Oscar "Scottie" Jones play
Rev. N. Bower, minister will The tubers will observe their junior class These' junior who Mobile, AU. Mrs. EUn Stoke, charge H* will b* assisted by activities of the community. the name of Quincy Calm er of the day. Scottie making
bring the message, The senior twenty+eoond anniversary President have high academic averages of Ft Laualardai, Mrs. Ritha Reverends: W, Campbell, C. The eulogy! will be deliveredby Company. He was also employed his third appearance of the
choir will render music for both Oble Furgerson urge all, are Alonxa Hamilton, 11-lf Mae Nicholson, of Ft. Lauderdale Jackson and P. MCMillon.The Rev. O. L.; Lewis, minister of by the Board of Public In- year, wa hitting 1,000 at game
morning and evening service member of various usher Lenora Stephens, 11'-11| Daisy Mr. Samuel Brown, ofHard.wiy senior choir Beulah HilL A short programwill ItructlJft.. Transportation time. He had three hit* with
will
Holy Communion will be i More, 11-0)1. C. Sherman 11.1 serve five ffical.. time at bat Sun.
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board and the publi* i* Invitedto and Mri. Marl Tel at both morning and preceded the eulogy. Operator, St. John School.
given following the termon. cone I Carolyn Green, 11-81; and Mar- bue, of Qnlncy, Holy Communion eveningservices. will Th survivors are Rev. Lamar Mr. Andrew, affectionately day. The Hawk travels to Pal.a .
Sunday at 6 the Y.W.A. calla Johnson, 114. ham c. Sunday, May Sal
p.m. husband. known "Good Jim"
Sunday Sc.hooIwiU be Shirely, Mrs: a posted
commerce given following the .
will meet at the home of Mr*. Monday April 27 due to the 1e1'DlOfta.The Manager Hubert Davis is
eoo..m. Sunday. senior Ruby L. Silas, Hamilton, Ohio,' personality which woa the ..- asking
usher
: Morningworatlp Tanner Chapel board will
Willie M. Mr Katie M. Inclement all Hawk
weather
Dudley, Honor Day fan to accomplishthem
and Mrs. admiration of
Mettle J. Atwater StPetarsbury pact an
will
be held at 11 meet at the home of Mrs. Gerl- many
Thnma president In charge a.m.1 Chapel wa not held in the to Pelham to the best
gym Lamar! of both He bad see
daughter races. a
with the Rev. Jackson and dine Thompson, 4 Sunday.A. persons
p.m.
Instead Church NotesSunday
SunIy.
Evening worshIp, 7 p.m. It wu carried on team In Semi Professional
oy.rtile
Jr. Jacksonville wealth of
Rufus
of experience aa enjoyed
ing mlnliten In charge. Dinne C. E. League will commence ,
.
< Weekly prayer meeting, will be after the tatereommunication syitem. of Jacksonville, Randolph, Albany conversing with friend baseball play. Namely the"aawka"
7 serve roominiservlci. We would School bexlni at 1 SO 5 p.m. Sunday. Preeld
Tuesday, p.m.Dodgers A prize will be offer* student like who to congratulateall a.m. with the Sunday School ent Joseph Long: Jr., request Ga., Lacy K. of St. Petersburg He was a love of children .
to the usher that raise the hign- certificates. received honor Supt. In charge. All teacher that all. member attend. Evening Eugene of Columbia: 8. music and pet*.
Lose eat amount. and member are asked to be worship will \ : C., Daniel and Benjlman both Funeral service wa conducted Knights Down
We
would! like to congratulate on time. m. Sunday. Official IfO"r of Gretna, sons, : from Arnette Chapel A.

To CamillaThe Hayfield Ellas, ThedonDavenport Morning service begin at 11 be held Sunday evening, following James Smith of Brooklyn, N. M.E. Church 4:80 p.m. =, Moultrie Team
Williams Passes Hugie Simmon, am. with the Rev. O. Baiterbring worship services. Y. brother Mn. Angelin Smith day: Rev A. H. Hunter,
Quincy Dodger baseball Fame Hawkins, and Cornelius the message. Usher boardone Sunday School board will Troy, Ala. mother Mrs Minnie tar in charge. I Timely hitting, dareing baa
team went down In defeat Board Exam Davis These young men received will serve throughout the meet Monday 6:30: p.m. Jun- L. Parker, Detroit r Mich and The survivors are Mrs Alma running and good pitching enabled
by the tune 11-10. They were athletic scholarship dey. ion! choir rehearsal, Wednesday Mrs Lillie L. Smith, Hamilton, Douglass. friends, Mr. Parcel!, the; Quincy Knight to defeat
defeated by a strong Camilla The following student l are Senior choir rehearsal at 7:30: Senior choir Ohio, sisters. I Andrews, Nsw Orleans La, the Moo ltrlea Blue Sock
( Georgia down. Rayfield Ella The Funeral Director an.Embalmen member of the graduating 7:30: Thursday night. Th banal, Thursday p.m. 7 re- Interment will be to the Will-; father, Osby, of Jacksonville. ,I 6.1 at the Knight Ball Park
p.m.
was the losing pitcher. Board, Slat of Fla' class lama cemetery. SimmsJacknonFuneral and Elton C. Andrews, Tallahassee 1 Sunday.
The Dodger scored four run Jacksonville, notifleld Mr. .1.1 Home in charge. I brothers Mrs. Lout' The Knight started the scor-
in the first Inning on I grand William Jr., Saturday Apr SENIOR CLASS ROSTER Holland sister Jacksonville, log with a lead off bunt sin-
19, that he ha suo.ssfuliy\ Mn Annie Andrews, TaJla.haseee gls by Alphonso .
lam home run by manager passed AM.NM, OHMS An OMT teals C. If...... war4 h. Ray. Ray Immediaitoly
Alto And.l'IOII.Camilla the State Examination. AitkMr Debby Dee OrlKM.I.C.Ortn. Pets, rndirlek L Rites Held For sister-in-law and James .w 'ro.e bane.Sam .
eame back In the Mr. William, attended the I Souk. ROM Carelrs ..... Pauline Holland brother-in-law, Jacksonvill White Ray borne
bottom of the first and took elementary schools of Gadeden Bmta. Nary ABMlarklr. Gone,Jobs J. '.IMMS, Carolyn Mrs. ChestnutFuneral *. with the team first run witha
Advantage of Dodger errors, county and 1* I graduate o f vVFtamiamii. OrlHI, lot ..._... MU i single to center. Roberts then
}r coring even runs. The Dodger Lincoln High School Tallabans IMM.llaMr. 0.... Albert ..mil |_ Rites Held For bunted White to second who
t went Into the ninth trailing 11-6 bans**. He also served in the U. 1.r.. Alsa Os,5.Id 0.... Ir.n.* .,..10.. Imirpratka services for Mr*. was driven horn on singleby !
they taught !back to within one S. Army. 1Nhsa Psass OMB. Madri KanMttPIMM LeoU Chestnut we conducted Byrd to right) field.
core. When a mix up of alga Mr. William attended and Unas' Mm Hal. A9It nose IkliUy AnIMIM. from St. June A.M.E. ChurchMonday Mrs. Gainous The Blue Socki scored an en-
rule causing Rayfield Ella to graduated from the MortuaryScience "' 1., Chan Han, tlllok ........ krbe.s lass 8 p.m. with the Rev.A. Funeral services for Mr*. earned run in the fourth inn-
f be put out and ended the innFrddi Houston, Texas. Presently .OW.... A.uibul. Rn .... HalllM I.* Willie ... R. McGlockton, pester la Ellen Gainous was conducted lung as a results of three errors.
In. he interning at Slnums- ......... TyaN Koran, llokartHarrii. "' ... ,_.. rnnklls charge. from Hope Missionary a A wide throw to first by the
Carroll hammer In Jackson Funeral Home, a* a ...'1.,. Nary IralfS* Ceo' ....10.., boy Earl The deceased died at the Church, Sunday, 8:89 P.m. with abort top enabled the first butter
the ninth with cite on, but to no Funeral Director ...._a. I\oe Hawkins, Wltlle IBBMiMlnas. ...-, Fast. MarrBoblaM Gadsden County Memorial Hospital the Rev. W. E. M MJI1- to get to second base The
avail. Next Sunday the Dodger 1 .r>lwa lotio" III..... cob.A ..oIr'-' ..., Thursday, April" 28, 7 p. C)1lln pastor, She died following next batter hit a ground ball
will the Quincy Suggestion: When the cost of ....,. Babkr IMSmas Allot MM *. Mntos Bala m., foUowin* a brief illness.Mr extended charge.illness the Cadsf off the first basemen glove Into .
: I T1f.IC: ...... .. .. i *. Chestnut U a native o an at : right field
p.m. living drop your wagM will Mawta Recbn "' |n.1o CaMs .101. goeaaaslt den \ pushing the runner
County Hospital, TuesdayApril ,
rer* record I* I win and one drop faiter If you dont lookout ..._ A.... latino. OwnMrs D. ales. !laspal h.lr.e.a Gadsden County, attended the 21 1:80 She across the plat with their
LullI 'a......, Vlrln D.lokuw .10..,. On DMS| school of the community. She : p.m. we* lone run. A ground ball hit
native of Georgia\ she movedalong
joined St. June A.M.E. Church
1,55..5. Nay IreMlloknM. haw. Cbarile RMiyMnn. sharply to second that wa
and we a member of auxlUrie with her family to M t.
liars.lade rkllls labni stuck in the glove enable the
S t Iran,MnlM A..* hew. II..... 11e.ow 'en... A short progratr preceded the Pleasant, where they have resided ;next batter to reach first Later
I"i.1 .... eulogy. The Included for several years.The '
Brm swrlata Larsise Iaaw 0-0111I .Ia. Nets program a h* was rased on I double
Brews,lies MMBruaUte Jo_ Peaph .1.... AUMlialww solo by Mr*. Lillle M. Klmbls. deceased WI' very active'
._ Sale I...... any DoIorIa rests Mae The Rev. Bony Mealy deliveredthe member of New Hope Missionary I play.The Knight! !got back on the
WUIU I.Ur Csth.r4 a JooV_ tallk. SariMr* Autallk. eulogy Baptist Church, and wasp score board with
Inset, Barkers lass nine'. Cleft,,,, lurl.l LMmilk. The survivors are: Henry well known citizen of the com by Clemmon Thomas a pinch, who double
.".,.f\M\M I.U,. D 'U Uuttsl Chestnut, husband Rev Henry munity. driven home by another double ws
.".,,Lane Mae I.Ur. HaM ....M. Marten Carl th' Jones father, Mrs. Mary Etta The Immediate survivor are: l by Rolax. A fly ball to center
I .utllt. ,_ (.,kl Matils Ml Stokes, 5ssa S CartoeCeaMIIo Jones, mother, Mr. Polly Ann Mr*. Alii Campbell, daughterMt. allowed
I ..... Pleasant E. W. Poole brother Relax to go to third
lossle ..... )la sb ItokM, Charles Barrow, daughter and Cecil after
I CWFMtt ".11..* LIlothol, NweV ........teatee' Barrow, son-in-law. Jacksonville and Mrs a stngle the that catch.the.Later fleet, Ray footerrunner hit
.. ... woos Ttu.0 'red.l. Uwi Doreth House, grand daughter
5sit :' A. Seth Llehtlst Interment we held In the 1 turned Into dot
a .e,
s Can50 .... Jsaa UnMta Ems ,_'** fleas. 1a.s* Williams cemetery. SimmWackon Mt Pleasent Interment wa pushing Relax
CIo....... MmlMClo. tit, ImutttMUM !Io...., WUII'I.TMTHW Funeral Home in charge. mad In the St. Stephens Cemetery. another A home with
run. ball by the
.*. Hanr M.Cnwlore alerts lose Loa Slmms-Jscksoa Funeral Blue pass
JamtfC ...... l.b.i Vldnra,Floyd Terry I Home in charg i, Sock catcher enabled Ray
.. buM Mokrr lltwrMotlhnrt. vtekss. Oar? I to advance to third bass.
$150.00 JACKPOTAT Pastels ty JI\\\aa .....*: tart ".... Gloria AuWilkM Northside High : Robert then hits single to left
St. James AME field driving home
DnU CMiwIlnsPlttb Mtarttt. .., walks. aloaa I the last run
.. ..... School News of the game
..1IIa IMSDlidw. M flH, ( ,. train. TkmnWallan
*..)... (MS* Nesree, ..,_ lithe "I Church News Nathoniel Washington pitch-
ad the first seven inning, show.
.. NMM IMMM UMatlMMMM Wags froMleWars. I
lIMe. Dawn On
,.....U. UtlMMM Cvolrs C.* April 26. 1964 at 5 p.m. Service at St. James for Sun ng no'linga of the score arm
IffMM.IlMfMI, Nary Issue W.1U. Donibr MMWUlluui Baccalaureate service. were day will b* a* follows: Sunday ,that kept him sidelined for the
alas .yt1e14
JITNEY held In the '
JUNGLE NortMde
High School at 9:45 ant team
NonIo, 1.smslns wsuer. traits.Tilt. begin first thre gsjnss. He
lists. CwrtIa... No",. AIta Aul.WUUOM School Cafstorium with.. Rev. .J. Morning worship begin\ a t 11a. faced a total twenty-eevea batten -
es hm4 A. inters' N....,. r.e.s1i u...... T. W. Young, pastor, Piece A. M. m. and evening worship at tricking. out eight while
f PLUS ,....* >MlmblMM _....,. ,.....Ua "lUI_.,. CamtUWlUInu E. Church, Havana, Florida, 9 p.m. Communion service will walking only three. He gave up
< .> Addle StarrOMfts Nsney. Msssse lUU V.WIUIami bringing the m-... be held on Sunday. Choir No. 1 only four hits in hillIftII inn-
CIabIo- ...... Law NaneII Jaya Sulk.Wllna Tuesday evening, April 28, and usher. board no. 2 will serve ng.In
i 5 BONUS WINNERS Ge\Iufa'I. IoItrI Myftak, I T. I Ii. OwaldlMWrtohl class night was in the Cafetorlum throughout the day. i the top of the eight Inning!
..- IIIlala MMl AU>..* DM,|.. at 8 p.m. with Frederick I Thursday evening at 6 p.m. ,Wallac Henry cam on to doth
REGISTER AT lUU. Pril MMly tern Wrlihl. May A...* Wester, presiding.Wednesday weekly prayer service will be pitching. H* faced six bat.
CII\oooa, 0I00Ia" KMlf. lokwl ran T>m>., AIM morning, April, held. ten, four of th*
GraM.. P.aida N.Y.Eaash.th SO, at tli *jn. senior chapel Friday night at 7 p.m. tOYeteMt nx that M faced, b* finished
JITNEY JUNGLEBE p..p..i ,....... was held In the school oaf area 1 meeting will be held. the gen in good form.
hum Frederick Wester peed dOfficial board meeting will The Knight will meet their

SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHED SPONSORS .d. be held next Monday, May 4, city shays, The Scott Dodger
On Friday evening. May 1. 1984 at 7 at the Dodgers ball
.. p.m. park Sua.
Mis P.W. ...... ..... L ...: WHS OiMUat DUttMlasi"Wllb 1964, at 8 p.m. Commencement day, May S 19 4.Herman .
BY 6:30 P.M. SATURDAY! Ma, .. L ",.... ..... ... Naiad Oroatot DUlMllMWllkMiufOM activities will The Nations Science loon ,
N..S. w. Iraq ..... J. W. CarW in the Gymnasium. Dr..el't1. datlon estimate that $98 million

\ i Smith, Head, Sociology Department wa spent on research U? James
Florida A and M Univ tree primary ferrous metal producer
tit, will be the guest speaker. In 1962. Steel company Goes To Japan
I Saturday, May 2, W4 the laboratories currently emplovlak I
senior claw I* scheduled to an estimated 2.100 rhea fists YAMATO AIR STATION./'
Jake Gaithsr Park Tallahassee, engineer and supporting person : Japan Airman First CM
IS FOR Florida, for their outing. net 'Herman. James, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joel L. Jam of 201
CLASS ROSTER 3. Lot St. Quincy, Fl*., h**'
graduated from the United
Anderson, Batty Ma McBride, Gene ,State Air fore Noncommissioned

P Andrew Nathaniel Mitchell lames 1Mra.I Officer Prepartory School
.
PRINTING Monroe. Erla Mae' I Airman Jams, M Air Force
AndrtwA Raymond air policeman, is assigned to a
Barber, Mattt! B. Moten Frank 'unit of the Pacific Air Force
:at Yokota AB, Japan. H* was
Birdsong, Vral Alberta' N Loa, Margaret trained !la maaagem eat, leadership
security end human
re
Brown, Alice Norwood. Anita I lation

Black O'Harold Owens Hubert The airman la a graduat of
Steven High School Urn wife,
LETTERPRESSand Brown, Ida Ma Pecne, Lee Andrew' ,Dorothy, Is the daughter\ of
Fruk Clark of KKW, & C.
Browning Elisabeth Peters, Johnny Lee

Browning, Robert Louis Peter Burl R. Hospital Report

Bush. Betty B.' Rlgglu Annie Lee AJ.iui.ss April 21 .April
27 (Dates 1..1......)
ip-t-rr Caldwn.\ Mary L** Higgins Dk! Jean COLORED

Chandler Horace Robert. Gary Dsloris Fudge, Julia F. Sled,
I Hurley Adam, Tom )McGnfL
OFFSET Chandler. Rhunttt Robert. Mary Jan ,Leola Chestnut Emma Battle

Robert Patricia Betty AM Cares Hotter R...
Evan. Dada lid Garner, Elijah McCary.

Farlln Oliver Robinson. Bobble 1.Benjamin Hall, Vfumcy; *,..(11
red Pease George George Rob
Sales Literature Letter Heads ; Gardner Jam J Robiniaa. Earl :,neon* J1*"* "arr., Mary
IXWIM Blocker, Ed Hatcher
CaHoway Marl Robinson HelnRobinson. Havens; Ralph Charles) Travis

Business FormsG. Hendenoa. Patty Dean Janis Saead BIRTHS

Herring. Carolyn Roblnfon. Robert Jooney Lee and JCUdred
Pease Boy April JL
Holton. Danretta Small. Wendell Arthur and Mary LOOM
and Labels
Tags I Home Mary Stewart. Alice** Mocker: Girl April M.

fI.'tI I lacksoa. MamieJeffery. Taylor Eddie Infant's Rites

Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service ; Alphouo Thomas Geraldine

Held Apr. 22
Kelly, Nancy Walker. Larry
627-7649 I Gnveetde" rites for Sylvia wT
II I Kirby Mary JvineLOWMO. Walker. Sarah Jake we conducted to the

Evelyn Warren Ronald Ce mB *y Cemetery, Greene-

:1 Lawson MeloneaMLentoa. W..., Frederick bore,... She WedMeday.ass.. .. April heo4a 2J. ,4.

April II. I ,." loIJotr
n, ,
TIMES
GADSDEN
COUNTY
Mary Ann WUaamm. QoulseWQ&ams knef BlMss. She was bon III
:
1,:LwU. John Edward Jimmy boPe Ceargue f.sad the ree 4e Past. Ia Greer
'"'"'
15 South Madison Street Lodwtt. lucffle"MathU. WUaaa. Mart LH _tJta.
The -rvlvort' are Yrs. Elise
Edward Wilsoa. Thehna !shin, ::here Xra. Pearl Jake

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OADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 23. 1964 PAUfc ,, ..


t oat Inline sod loch .1.1. .r I ORDINANCE NO. III whotkar or lOt lootlei II." of den County, Florida, in .ltano.,.,,
I JERRY FRANK d.m..d aol .. ((11.4 .b.lI bevoid. AN ORDUANCB CUAMQINO Codt ot Ck-dlnaneoa, City of '"f Modern Home ContirustlonOompany.
WELL DRILLING ,VHS W.NINO CUAU1PICATIONOP FlorIda requiring I pool .
I CLASSIFIED ADS I TEACHER OF PIANO Carl K Prrer, s,. TIlE: PDLUOWINO HEK.RIBBU :Jnr.it. ublo for public uit You are hereby roqulrod to

U Vlr. Praak .. n ....eo" .,.. A. Ancillary Ei.cuter at tIlt LAND IN THB CITY or profit to bo looaltd In lbs nor,. upon Wilfred i' Yarn, of
Featurlna Compl.IeLine
.... at K n I! nod will kotoorklan 0 lat Will ant Teatamant o* OP OIINCY, ri>nur:>A 10.WIT: mooted tr klghor story ot a tk* law firm at Brvin, ptaalngton -
I .. 4)otorr ...I koi.Moy el Doming Pump wi Haul a Prytr, /k/a ItoMlBmltk I Tko loath II r,f>t .)f iht following building or tirucUro shotS koronoalad Varn, plaintiff attoin-
] ,., tke oootlov Toor.. Mom or Irrigation. Fryer dectatedFlrit doarrlbod pi-optriy towlt In lit tntlrtty and o* .,., wkoae .dd,... la Foal oft, '
I Write Hot Proro Uodeororoooty puhllratlok April I. 150 4 : tllo quMtlon of whothtr or not So, HIT Tallahaaoto Floiida,
.. TI__ ISAIITRI April I, II II, II 40NtlT1I'lC Oommtno M e point lid foot Itotlon It'll of ,,,. Coda ofIrdlnanooo S copy of' your' written datau"uto
I TERRYROSAHARDWARE I Want front Ik* Norlhwttteomor I city of Qulnoy, Plorda > tke cumplalnt' In naIl loll "nor
|ORRENTR -r: I MALE CO. TO ( *IDFi'ORIFLORIDA of lbs lot told by Prod requiring llotnu application before tho lot day of : ITATUTU1ft : Ollbtrl t* Iwnnta Parktr and foe' o .llllon of pool or billiard 114.. and lha original of cnlwriSt.
HELP WANTED I IItOlSEoioRhl'ltN Ikt Court of tke County commonly known and reforrod hall or .loon t* at&ta aama will ..t.n..* shall ka filed
('0555Pica 1421 South Mo..,.. 8LTnllthuat Jill', Oadtdta County Flor. In the oily of gulno .. ba loetttd and oporatod on tkteoond with lbs Clark of saId (N 'I.Tb. .

I Sewrrac Flint Operator *. Florida In Ula In Probate 1'0. Polly Pnrktr lot. Ihtnr or hlghtr tiory of a dnanatod 10 purpoo of aald aull la 'o
RBNTl on tan bed roc re Kohl of
PaulA Ono Hundred fifty building or atructun and rectoM a norigag ktld l I liyka
Trainee, u.1.mmrt.C o.-;; I
horns for Ml 10 ono tw* bedroom SI2-1IOT tOt MOM ANDEKPON 0
) fotl thono Wool Ktvnty dotlgnatlng Iht ipooino floor plaintiff, and In* pniprproettdtd
komt for Ho 00 per monthwltk I High School Craduato.II I Wacntr and Vtrdlln II grImm Deeeated (T*) foot thonrt North Uitrtof shall b* rtpoAled In Ita agalnat U d.ounliond
pollthed oak floora, lilt U 44. gold and l 4 grImm Oliver An To All Creditor an4 PereenItavin On. hundred fifty (110) roll.I. anllntyThlt a* followaiCommtnoa
katk and kltckon and all mod I official ..tl.. rnlntod ky Ik. Auttrltn Itlmt, or DemandiAgmiiet tho South .1,1. of \\athlnc ITtk day of April, Illl at lbs Bouthwtol
..n..nl.n... T B. 'I.c.. Apply la Person Ir.itun. Hpeclal offtr: Pall KatattlV
ra ton Htrool; thon"* But alnnc City Commlulon ot tk* City Jorntr of the Mouihtaot Quantr
Orun.berG, Ila, Pbo. HI I' gold emit bi dollar* aptocall* PlumbIng rLana,... ClodrkilSuppUoi. "'u sled omit of you ar k..-
CITY fTILITY DEPT. lb. Houthor aid. ofS >hlni- of Qui"" '. Florida bEll of Ike Norlktatt l4ualtlriNit
.U. ., HI ..1111 I nor, II dcllar cc h, ideal glflfor kv not If ltd and rtoulrtd to pro
Itroot .. (Ill ccci itho U ) of mantle Twaoiy.oiuSllab
a Wtavtr
ton .nly By B.
Pipe sad nttlngv a,.. d.rnandnwhi'h
the aitynlalmsa.4
tin u
North Adam Strrt > 'n' ur mualoice.
of b lnIho Ttwnililp Two 10) Nut Hi,
I ,
point btalnnlnc > > )MayorCommtoaloaorTTKWT :
REST Tw bedroom .,. I."d nlti I ,It ., Haln. TU Board you, or tltktr of may
FOR -- 11. me p mOil- Wtltr yea North half at the landon- : of Rants Three (I) Wttt *r.dhtn
Houi Will rent furnlthtd or : I'.V.,ordoopn,. >II"!log, .101", li i.cm. Cu .nd OU hastens h avoala oat I hapatatso, 4 Nt- "*yod by Aim Rukormui uid J. P crota Clark of tka City run East along- tho quantrtertlnn
do. ,4 mel Aniltrion dtcttted, late of
unrurDI....... Looattd on pav.dlr..t AJ.JO: tM.AN WANTED OPPi'KII :" ; IpoAlD. bIn wlfa hv load dated Ma> l_. of Qulncy. and Clark of thtUly II.. Two Hundred I"'.
I block fmra Otorg' W.1 ':MIT for Cull time Raw 0l.Lb, V I oa. f1arimoadurf'C Hid tool", to tha County Judge loll, to W. ... Martlownn. r.- Oommlotlon' htroot It y-fnur (144) ltot M tha Bninlot ,
Uunroo School Phono sIgh Butlnttt In Qulncy or K.Jt .ions ) Aol ._.. PI..plI. ut Oadidtn County, FlorIda, at trctn oaad
os.euc.tt I oordtd In l>*td Hook KKK at beginning, and
acid hale i .u r ,. .. hla office In lbs court kou. ..I OP
< hton to, Pro U 1\/1
I over 40 yearn '"ar at i...aryNo BorrrCAPITAL n. l..JD' II saId County at Qulnoy, Plorlda ord of OatliMltn County, TIlE ROJN1 JI1DICUU CIRCUIT UgMy. ((10) fool, th.nr* K.IIO
rath Invtltm.nt requir d. within Us calendar month from Florida and also Iht kurth (IP PI/rtRUXA. IN AND Two Hundred klrty-fnur (>H4>
I Poe pi-...onal Ittrvlaw writ* tho tlmt of the flrtt publication half of Iho lut ronvtrod by Iho Pout IIADNOKN: CXlUNftl U4 r..., thenro Moutk nighty (lot>>
ales M.n.... Rawlnlgh RAD1111101 of thIn notice. Tw oople* of Florida I HANCKRI: reel, thtnc Woot Two HsldrodOlhuty.fnur
FOR RENT & SUPPLY CO. CKy of Uulncy to PatThomaa
I II It -toll ,'l.lm dtmand ehtll beIn
'. or Ma
Apr I.
__ .I. __ writing and ahall iMto the by dtod dMod Hoc I, 1111PtVORCB 41 YEARS Or IERVICS 1144 on.l rooordnl In UooU if beginning oonuinlng Ont.half .
place of rotldtnce and Pont of- X>R1A ANN WVI ..
.
Bonk III of ti aort nor tr loo*
PPP at I'M' lbs
Modem t Bedroom sinfur'lobed T. This Area flee. add ... of the claimant and.h.1I Publlo Hooorda of Uadftian r''''"1111.I WHnot my hand a. Clerk and
.
Apartment. Located. Help Wanted! I be awor to ky tko claimitrompanied i'ounty, FloridaFHOM ha loll ..f laid Court In Quln.

Duplex it T1S W. MuUnrton. PHONE MM5JT aOt, hi. alant .p alt.rIls,. fat and or R-l to ClBM ALBERT BONNY ROIOOB.Uofondant, "y, Florida, Mil. th. It day of
8. Honroo Slreel by a filing IT KNACTKO BY' THKPHI1PIJ4 : April Illltl .
1110
Within walking diUncc .' 011. dollar
and ouch claim' nrdornunil IN TUB hAMS OP THBTAIN It.
/ nf 'tsrtOPLIWIN
UP TUB In"1 (
.f shops school and SALESMENMEN TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA oat no 11I.4 shall ha I ( OP FUlRlliAt I HAURI

churchri. 'old." dtctlon I. Thai tho lonlnil Tin Albort Honny Moaoot.whott 'l rk of the ClrouN OourtBy
( ler. A. Ihepard, rttldonoa la unknown,
.. Uouglta .. BaurDeputy
lfUatlon of the follow In
< *
*
A tKcutrl is of lbs Lout Will nollfltd th4
Call 127-7161 durlnt buxlan WOMENHANDICAPPED dtiorlbod land In Hit lily ol You art kortby U>rk
or and .
lMttm.nl of Naomi And.rton li'lu.rila a tult for divorce II.. titan fllI Apr II, Hay t, U 1101
in-roN
hour, or 627-629i after 11010Ca. dtetated Witiny; liuulh : agalntt you In Iho shoes
i'ho It lnn( of ba fol.lotelog
> p.m.flAt. Pint publication April 5, IHI desrrlhod 1''I.rl (5'I lylod court by Ulorla Ann Ho-
llA ItO"I.I.INIOJII co* Md you aol karoby roqulrad >
orRETIRED TV SERVICE Wuln. Mtate Hank Buildingyulnov witOiimmono lo flit, with Ills Vlork of
Florid I .l S point 411 foot
dtftnatf
aid Court
your
PERSONS R.p.iF* .. AD April I, II, II IIMOTH'S \It I: Woot of from Mia lot tho told Nonhwottoornor by ProdUllbort any, ta Ik* Hill rt.UompUlntn

ISTATI5Je' ..... sad ktodewA TO HKATINO: .. tnnla Parkor and saId Soil and lo ttrvt a
GIVEN EVERY RADIOS WBLOOMBPBONB IONTRAPTOIOIADVEIITIOEMINT commonly known and roftrrodlo opy Ikarouf on Ckorory tki and
fur plainIff
IViwloa, Atlorno -
I : FUR BID In tho City of qulnoy u th* addroo
CONSIDERATIONCALL .a,. f-r Untied blclt will bo received u.' lnlly I'urk.r lot. .h.... run kortln. whoto la 14

INSUILNCI 'URDAT'S'U ill 10 01 A-M, Wtdneedair t-n | South im. hundrod llfty Hot ,Wool. Woohlnilon., kofnr ktroot. Ikt Qulny. II-
1'1..ld. on
I. 1114, by the Dadedtn ] fuEl thoni W ..c atvtnty ("01 1114. Herein tailloot

PEST CONTROL .. .a wv ..... ilnt Itoard of Publlo Inatruotlon foot th.... North lila hundred lay or of a May l>onrta Pro Unnfotoo
iVurt Homo, Qulnry. Plnrlda fifty (III!) font In tht Nnutk
tf sic Wool 1.'_ For the anti Inatalla will k* tiMrd a.*lnt you In
furnlaklni .ld. of Wa.hlniiU. >n Muott
.
627.6648 Pen Control Tormll no* of a aid "It.110111I.
oomploto kMIIng plaal Ihant's kant Slong Ih. "Ih. AND ORlMtRBU Mgulncy.
Control Bol aodHoork tko Homemaklng BullTlng at aida .I ,
are Waahltuai..n $tt'nnlliovanl Uad ...
II" Florida Ibis ,
,..,...... ... lliik oVhool. llatan. lOi fr. : I be pint f April A. IX 1114
:
QUINCY l ""ld.. ; ,
bedroom homo < of bn.loolng. heilug I ,, lu.rlh
|Ifnoattd VOR RENT at Point t Mllllgan on lhalllavan Call TkllkbkM*. PI*. Il&m1lIm Tho heating plant ahall con half of tho land onvojrod by. 'Hdwl KALI ItaurI
ContaM Vir. alIt of an alr-htndling unit litho Alii Itobtronn and bin wir* CourtUadtdan
Highway lork Circuit
[trmia Butler, IJ7-IIII aof 500 --. COLLECT building, with a romoto kta by dtod dated May II, till, t* County, 1'10.14.U'A .
unit loeiMtd outalda tkib .
pump W. I. Martmwan. rtinrdod In
IViualat Maur. n C
HOME MITE IIS.Un bUlldln. Vhs 0".11.11011 .b&ll thinS Book KKK; M "... IIIof u t. ll I
IN TUB ("I net", OOIJIIT OP ,?. It, May 14. 4t
EUf4WI I.1IJ.11 OFFICE US-37II U TUB rXXND JLTIClAb CIHCl tompletc wIth all keoeeeeryduot tbs public roorda of U.It,
I 'IT OP THM TATB (IPILOKIDA work, grille and reglottm din Oouniy riorl.U and alt* IN 1IIJI WHJNTY JUliilK
VACATION AT IN AN[> K"H OAlDKN *. tad automatl control POR SALE Ilallleratttr I X lHI'NTYIN Plane: and apenlflcatlone will by lha ('117 of vinlnvy, nt-N: COUNTY, rumiuA.
I! 110 (4-btnd) altortwavaracalvor. b. tvallablo to ins."...I kid Florida .. Hit Thonin ky NIL Illl
IIIANCPHTNo .
MEXICO BEACH Like now Ii,ueevera I radio dora at the office ., tha guperla May I. lilt, *' lit rti Mto-lt) of
.11
mi nut It Write Bo. "P". snliodadno ONE STOP TIlE CITItKNS and BOIITHBRN: tend.nt of PublIc Uatruollon :-1: l>*td nook ;r.r at rklAKL B. W OD'IU.RDtl..o..tS.

., II Cntnly ?lnna. ItS NATIONAl. BASK n National Court Houta, Qulnty, Plorlda. pt.. III of th. publl roonrd .
<
S BR Aparlmoolo 'Ht II A1X1XI At p It&I TrotHAuthentic BankIng Inetltuto lharltrtd N. plan a.po.lt will k* required.Ccntrartor of U*
(.., .. i-l. .* 54 atlrrlnc O r m a nmacthe. For All Your ufldor th* law of th* UnitedUlal.l bidding .. tho be aId tho IDm. I. hartb All orodltor of tho Bolalt of
., II rtoordt, II rpm for ol Am.rlc ibovo project will ko required.o "."..,.01 from H-l to C-l and PKARL B. WoOUWARU. do..uaaod. .
only I dollar FIrst time offer Planllff furnlth a kid bond In Ike tho Official losing map of tho 555 koreby *o4lfl I >d amid
ALL AIR CO IDITIOMCB I C..h. rhMk or ruon.r order to: Fishing Needs .".* ."' ''ullt if not boa has flvt ,., City of gulmy, Florida lit, and required I* fll. any oialma orgalnat
I'KKISHKKCHElt: Vienna !>.. JOHN \VILMAMHnd DOROTHY tnt of Ikt kid which bond till aama la ktroliy alltrtd ..- daho.od. whi4, thoy scat bans Uw OrktWg om) rrinrrVoarotor.
14 HAH ,.tUC".ION ,Kln.k'...... I, Autlrla We prop Lake RoadW. MAU WILLiAMS, kla wife, hall b. In lbs furm of n oath oordlnfly .. ooi4 la tkt officef
return pottage lorry, no COlTa. Talquln Dot sndanta. 10" a check certified shack or atollon t Tk. prorhilnna ofubtotillon lbs t.ouoly Judge In and for Iat. AooIoMotI IsU

1 B,. II.... .-. I U D. Htneli S. Rohorta II.I' NOTICE OP Hi IT bid bond wrllttn ky a r.puitblt .J..1.: Utollon ll-l ol ladodtn County, Florida In 505 I.
TIlE RTATH OK KLOIlll'ATO nnd acotplahle oompany, made lbs Cods Oily ofgulncy Court HIIUM at gulnoy, Florida, Aolaroay
ALL SItAR HA1KWBy John \h III1.n.., wHoa ....1.f ptvabl to lbs Utdtden County Florida ahall not apply within ala mouths from (ii..lats .
d.not la III High Ulrttt, Miwrd of Publl InttruoUon. KH. to or affont tha ohani In toning' of la. firit publkiatkm othla J4 T_ ci taw eN
Week Moatk I f Kuffalo New York Pleloher.. (Ohtlrmtn provided for ly Ibis ordlnanoo, Itoll'.. Rack alalm or df
INVISIBLE REHKAVING YOU AIIM IIRKKHT: HEQtTIRPI Tht aucveotful low bidder will. lltoUoa I. IhU oraintno "n aad mutt ke I. writing and .. MIll t.rrle.
For Keeomllone FkeooDay ) to file your autwor or writ bs ::: rtDdt. .rr : t"nl. kail tok* cfftot Inimotllaltlyupon HUM oittt tk* plao and rtol-
t4-4M mike holes, guts tears and ABC I lore dpr.n... 11 ..,. In Ih. furl U. lit ........, approval aadpubllcMlon anna and port .. addroet of Chad lor psi", sod
M.kl lbs 01 ... *
4)4""aiU amount "un'"d per
hove law and ka duly"liatod
from damaged i.rooo.dlng with Iho Cltrkof a* roqulrod ky 'he olalmtnl muM
burni
dluppogr this Court, and In .rvo a copy <,'nt of .tk* oonlreol price, wllka INTHUL'UClCr, In lha City ('"", swI'l h. Sty 100 .1.I"a., his to_. I........
garments and fibrin thereof upon the Plaintifflornty I at- luroty oompany acceptable totho mlatlon on lbs |ttk day of Ap aunt on his 5Lsrsop. ar It will
whoto name and address ownar. l>*(*r* Ae award atth nil A. r1114. hotvIIIO DUll 554 Cold ....'dll'.
S... roar damaged f Dr' FENCEINDUSTRIES eantraaL New Sassing M Cnolnn" **)
Plun-ra heronn, on ., ...1.... tht .. PAMHKO In open melon nf tk* '
i menu by having thorn ... ,I dny. of May, 1114 I.T..i..i to reject and...."all..bliliHOAHUOP the. rich 'lly Tho oUU' or thIs proes.dlngbeIng any Plorl.lt, lltk day *f 1111I
FOR SALE I visibly rcwovcn. Fair prlcr I e .ult for l.'rsolcatiro. ona I'l,HUO INHTRHC-! April, A. I'. Illl. Lillian W. tt, Ritnulrtg _.

HOUSES and prompt .."Ie.. Him I....".... o. 'h. following 7i10'lA[>'DICN COUNT Late M. Weaver of lha .ia4'I of Panel B.Woodward .
I dMcrlbod rtaj uffher f tho dtoottedR
lying l-roeldlng
proptrty CNf
Audrey Reive 'OJ Weal and .being In Otdidtn County, A.rnH.;.,..II."TCHaR: CHAIRMAN UiminlMlun ..f Iht City of likHT 4ACkaiNAttorney .|/. ID MASON ,

SU Qularr Fla.. Ph. Pliirldt, lo-wltl U I'. WALKER.KWOHBTAHT Qulnrr, Plorld fur kitcutrit of nuaU ,",. "d ,
Klnr hogAn at point lit II .TTKTi: hlf Pearl II. Woodward, dead. .V."
FOR SALE MT-74U. U NO I Kut and II gnat .; lito of Apr Ii U. 10 II J. .... Cmaa P. U Hoi HIT (,ad"p 'or",,'da
I the Nortkwott Corner of lbs NOTiCE Clork of rity nf Qulncy, tad Vans Mta.k. Florid
-Bedroom ConcrtU BlockHOUSE Northetot Quarter of th* I wilt not b. polI.lbl. for fiat h ot lily OnnmilMloa, riral puhlk..ilon April II, Illl
I Norlhweet Quarter ot Heo- aIIy lohis ilourrod by .non.. th.ro I I lio" I sod 'h.ieca run 1.1: oshar lh.5 niya.lf. -
MONEYDOWN To tl f.oti thenc run Scull Mrs. 2. I.. PaSta II TIIM 4'IIICIIT: CUl'HT ('PTHK iiTllS MHiRT OP THBlll'NTT I
FOR SALE i 111" run Wool Uulnty, FlorIda I ) .KCt>NI I" JIIPKIAI rlH' ( JI'lMIH! OAlMIMONritUNTY VITAMIN AND
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ok noon gibettot root 7171 run NortkUJ A.r. II, II. It, Ulty t IIMUTKU CHIT, IN AND Poll UAI"I>MM BTA1B UP FUUHIUANO. HEALTH FOOD SERVICE
cot to the point of.beginning IIONTY, PUmiUA. IN lIlt I
near Siwano Club I laid lot containing TO ('KMHTtlHgPUlKltlA l'IUN"lIift'. NO I.litMolifeRN NV"I KB HP FII.INU PETITION 'p.el.1 Pll lid
15500 1952 Willys Sedan 111 at';"' more or leu aad STATUTEs IIONCJI PINANCB1IMPANY PHH FINAL in*'''A.\J. ScabS r....
being In tk* Nortboeet Qu... In Iko Court of Ika I'ounty .: a Florid 1M UK mrATB tar ..1 the Nortkweet Quarterof Judge, OexUd.n County, ,..rtda, oorporatlon, MAY POX IXlMUKN, Miss Audrey blows. OwnofMl
Call Lewis E. Porch Rebuilt UP TO 36 MONTHSTO M.ollon I, Townohlp INorth In ProhM. No. llvlnUIIRT f-Ulnilff do taotdMi I
W Klni kU pk IIM4MQulncy'i
Rung I W..., Uad. I. r.t 1aI'.I. a, ... >1'K M la ,...b ,... thai ,
MAin 7.8770 PAY dm County )PlorM J. 1AJTBN H"'Ironl.P11> r nt'NT >N, "I. ws hnos ru.4 ..r fln.1 .....,..
$199. iKi.Nra anti OMUERCD, alQtilniy. tooeaoed. and FRANCEs: lIkEs= HUNTtlM, .. Bienutor: ol Iko Kilatt .f ,
u O.d <1.n loamy, Plor* To All Creditor and Peroona iwftndant May Pot Ivburn .......... that
FREE ESTIMATES Ida, Ibis I day. or April, III*. Havlnv Clalma or DemtndtAgalnal NorrKM or rrmNtUMtiHa .o ktft flltd out polities for ,
856-5453 I KDWIS: RAl R laid Pilalet PA Ilu dlotrlkullon. end for fInal lituhargo [ Flnul.

CALL I (lARk (IHCIJIT COURT Ins and ...,.. of you tr* ktrtky N FOB BALH boos, Ilads I.t. I Byi /Douglt i. Hoar notified end required t. ,r.- ka undtrtlgnwl, Ktlwln Haur. *. aoon laeretfiar a* w* 1155 I
two apartmonle. 1768000 |SOdown. I'fputy Clerk IOnl soy. elalma sad damond.hiah lark of Iho clrtull Oiurt Mld he based we will apply I. abs REPAIR SHOP
Owner will finance hal 627-8661 "harry. M llobhoAiioriity you, or ltkor of you, may ( ..*. County, Florldt, will, Honortkl H. T. hkilNlaU; I
once. Contact Wilma: Walih.- : at Law ,hans llamas lbs .11..t Elb.rt in Iho IKk liar of May, IHI, ll Leg Mr Judas of Uatt...* Conny .
Phone MAll T-III4 I nil: Mtdl.on Mlreetrampa 3 lotion d.r.s.od, SaIl of said'oust 1100 vrlork Moon, al Ika front Florida for approval of told Located at Now
Quincy FloridaSHIRTS PloHda : ,, Iltdod ho (Null, Jsl.. .0 dog ft ,... ".".d.n I'ounlynurthoino ,return *.. f..f as Order W I'la1trikotlon : I
HALES I April I. Id, II. I* ft ( ** Couaty, Florida, M kit ,' tt guln..y, PI.'flda, and Sup Plnal Meckwg -
FOE afflno In Ik* Intel houio of **ld offr fr Mil .* Eieaulere: of lbs Will
polo and at publl
Bedroom 11._ Low ,I 11 THK onct'iT roiRT op 'County at wulniy. Florid, wltk' outory M Iht ..,...... blddor for u< May P"t ekurn, ...**.04. : Western Auto
I TUB KWONU ,JUDICIAL' ('I H.f in April 1 II.
Low I alt oalindar mntht from Ui* Ik d 'Tlhtdproptrty IlllIt
'lob. following
Down Payment TV SERVICE I'lP OP ,/>RIDA, IN AND Sims of Ik* flrt publication of alluat In Uiulidt "i"." H liuktrteon I
Monthly PijrmenU. FlnaneInf PlaIt OAlMUiKN XttNTf, ,ikl* Rotln. Two .upl.* of oath John P. Oakum, it. Storo
Already Amnted. Nor. 1.11101 It....,.. a" I IMUo ..11.. "'I.oRI'tA. dlaim or d.und Mall k* I* Oouniy, Fkwlila, Ie.,". "koutkWMlooratr I At Kieruinr= of Via Will oMty Ommonno al
McMillan Illl Magnolia v.m.sMACI'S IN CA.NCRRT CAM MO. 1-71 rllltir, Md ahall atals lbs of tka outliwtot rIo Ookurn, dootd.jardnor .
man ARI.: VANCP andANITA of guw ( I WM St
u pl.o.' Nuidotit.' aid poot Wflc UIIMAltorn.yt Jefferson
ViPBRIfiNC15D tan of tho Nvrthwoot g.iarl.r of I
Drive. RADIO ft U vhs .ddr... of olalmanl for .
Ik* and Norlk touu>r*
hutkand and wlft, ihall k* iwo. I* ky She alalm- tfltliHt II, Towathlp I IktnitaM A.,. M, Mo, f, II II It ,
I Wool, aNd rua
Hang
TV SESYICII. II' PltlaUfft. all kl* aeoi. or oJtorntr adumn'eOnpasl.4
... IC tar a dloianr al I 05"h.lnal IV THN IrVJUIT lOtUS lIP LAWNMOWER3BICYCLES
.... ,.,,- ky e filial foo of
II : I .. t 'J" j VVARRKM LANK ... ono dollar and bob olalm ordemand lkoo run Nnrtk for THN IIIUIPilI JUDICIAL, CIH.
; vkaln tko
of III
dloianr. I
'OIINKUA: LAMB Ml a* IlIad shall b. lilT IN A Hl) Pon UAl>.t>BNIIjtNTY. :
P mn.lq Uutnand and wife et al, fold ( FUHtlOA.
: : while 'laxly will troll ALL, Inoel lawn Pofendaal Molll I fuss lbs sail POINT OP HBKINNINII IM S'ilAikF.Rf. Mil. I.IIIMllflEHN
k.o rhIMren wetkdtyt In herIvom work and Dalit Irorter work NOTirn TO AXUWkli A. iotrla of tk* laos Will run tha..o Kurt* for e diitin : H MM MBN01HUC.ION OUTBOARD
on Magnolia Or Iv.. Phone ,.11 Tkoma M"C1I MAln IITII ll- TUB gTATH OP fl-OHIDA TOIAI and Ta.'*", ..' ol KlkoH I. of III okalntt lk**.a run Katur = lOMfANr, 0 rle.....
!.ii 7741. Apr. IA Mny f II Qulncy. Pla. <>H JIMBPIl ANI lirHMICHTli Irfitan, doa*.d a dlotano ., I II iditlan; mrporotlon, MOTORS
Jlff.fl: WIIOgB RKM1UBNCIC: Ytr.ipubieia.) April II, lilt lheou'a run loiMk for a diattnto PlaJatlff,
AIm AlHiRHIM, APTPM I'llJ- U kt JoliaoonAUoraoy .4 Ill chalnai lkwa run Want ,..
and lINT i KKAIll ANII INQVIHT. for BiMUlrliIII tar distort of III .kiln, t* UWAMD. COfidsi. OIIWMII SMALL APPLIANCESOur
Ill SKNKVVH.. Bl T WIllIaM ATnmvKvg I. WaoblKiioa H.Vluluy. the POINT lip BBOINNINUt" and M. I '.1...."' .. ..4 UAtUlllkMOI'NTY
Panama Beach Collage PANTSLAUNDERED OP mx' >Hii Alta Florid lIsle asl aaataisiol 5wa.isalb.iliho UlAN IBHVKB, NO,
City 'ilKllIIK M JAIIN AM) IIPNRT A"r. 14, u. u .... t ItII a.roa, 'soro an .. andhaing Florida ...,.$."." Shop Will B.
!IC 'IIIJCIOAtO OP III .BTMOUJliriLUIMi. : I. lbs I.uthwcd c.t..I1. 1..,...."" .
MIAMI II. PUORl- lbs I Tilil CKTONIJ' DK.IAU TINrtIT il NWll of ....1.. II T"wnkip PJTATB FLUFF DRY i-eve0 and each o* ,.. a.. kerehy i (,P PIHlt IN AND I Monk.. Bang* I Watt i 11I1'.A..II OOIJ4N4 ..... CUM.Mia Operated by
Right on the Gulf notified hat a omplalnt trr pIts OAlHIIiBNCIIANCBHT( rot/NTr .lal.4.s < eoi.tr. Plorld ) ... 5001,1,010
.rtrln, .. a oerttlo mortgagt ouiht I'd : piirtuaM I* final deore *f r.roloeoro Tone ore baroNy notified Mial R. B. '"Rush" PALMER
I follewlag REPAIRSALTERATIONS iy, inoot.4 In a.d..... Couaty, irnnci in lbs *IMI.-*tyto4 ree pending I* ,... mrouli tJooa". IM....
fumUhtd Plnrlda l ..wltlirnimoara THELMA BLACK in told Ooort, tanked $s. .
Away from highway. compUUly and (. al Ik. ...fb.**. PtolntlffALVI llltJjl.WIW. I .
i,,ratr of Hoetlon II, Tow' fl. !. !
Iniant'i btd. til. .hip I Norlk lunge 4 Want ....CK. SALTS
xcept lintns ilt.pt 7 plus run ,".n.. Nonk I* f..t.Ih.nre tNrftadaitc Clerk. of tko ('I..... Court NET PROFIT POTENTIAL
Wttt lit feet I* taD >TirIN n..... CkntMy, Plorld
$85 week MORROWDRIVE pnlnl *f kegloialtf IkOMO THi NAME bath. n.ar all amusemtnU. per ho.. oel4 point ad b.|laalnrna STATE OP "IMIIUAI I.opuly .,1t ll I
IN Nortk It* fo." Ikonro TO Alvlo Klork tl' OlrudU '
May and Septem W.et M ft*!. th...* gottkHI Na* Praaoloo, Call- OJUTlrBHollo I $15,000 PER YEARHAVE
rat .
during iwOton cut CLEANERSklooroo f,ol. "'...... Koot I* fool lot.1. I* h,.. (Iven that
of oald You M* koroky kotlflod tk.t .k. fIlly Cowaiiotlon of tk* Oily'I
koln lg
a Creervavd I' lo p:lat *f Q.,..... rl.'.... will bald a :
Mitchell Dr.w for rettrrertion. lead aitial*. lpl'g and evil for di*. *. has boos filed
Call
ber. YOU
EVER CONSIDERED
', Ing I. ,.. (only 0' Oad*. ..alnal you In Iko above Mr .4 sbus keerloar M IM hooch :
... j' dt. and slab .f Plorld, *, ...... ky Tklm Mluk aol pow P M. an Ik* lltk dtr af May, I
IkM booM riled ...I..t ,... and a,. koroky roqulrod I. fll. wiSh Illl. at tko 'Hr Hall U c.t.J BECOMING AN INDEPENDENT
COO are harsh rooolred t. cores tk* Stork ., oald Court pour Plorld* on Ik* IC op *'
a .">py of your antvor or pl.... wriu** 401.... If ..,. !. Ik* ketkor af not portion of
I mgt It lbs C>*>plell .. Ik* Mill of Complalkl U .*. full, rkooior II (eo'. kelog kkeukapier ; BUSINESSMAN?
BRICK HOMES HOMESXlnqsb.rry eUiallff1, .,..,.. .. .Cotton. aol I* **?* copy Uorool oarofory .5 aonlogl *f Iko CodeiW '
.h'..,.. 0-,.. C ivalel, P. Hoi II. Tlllkoe. r''....... lcd t" plalotirr ".r..., wkoo* penalnln to alt ..t.aaopohlag
COMPLETELY FINISHED I I.. fIle tko orlgla*! anover orpltedlor I...... I. II Woot WaMla.t.ltrool aol. : *4io au.-:.' boiSe If your answer It YES -
I" tk. offloo o' tAo :. <| 05 orkofoto bobs I ol < od* ofrdln
Month 25 Yean I lark of Ik* ttro.lt Oort Wlo4odoa Map--r'nll-r.- ManEs ** o*. City of $46.39 per < Ooiinty. ..... oo *r fall aM or 5 La. Pro Coo. M* .hail k* rerooled In In oo'Vki < and you can qualify -

Accept Old Homes In Trad. ...,,,r* tho toik day ol May. foooo will k. ooiiorod afur4 I'
I.... If ye.. all ,. d* eo, )*... ,.. I* oaM suit. ITik day W April till
ALSO- New Xitchtnn Bathrooms. *>*ol ky ..r.... will ko tko* I DOll ASIa ONDCNRR H ftiy Cmnnileolo ft Ik* flly I Can Show You Where

---.li too Ian Ike rellol do. 0.1..,, FlorMa this. If **y ., of Quia.y, YtarSl: I
Additions Repairs :-.n: : la tko c.I T April. A. U I.... pyLW.Sdlase.Ilopa,4..l.4aaui PURE Merchant are doing this
.mIt. akall k* pveiufced onoowk legAl : I
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FINANCINGS. GrMnwoodand week for foor 100% *uvo ...k* In Tk. 0....** '"1.,,, ClnwM Con. I : Oreo*
C"'t' TI." 0...... c.a.'". Plseddma (" of Oif ., Qolary n4 ;, P. O. Box 586

80S West WaAtoglon SI 110". ... OIl >PBKO at Oaln.PInrMa iMwfio* a. loor, I/XX flail of COtS Cvno>leelonfcoroW
.. MoJ.l Horn at his I* .., ot April.clLTk'ot Apr it. Is, Sue t, 14 Haoctrta : Apr II I* ftM'JTK'M

Phone S2MSS2. QuIncy. Ha. Sunset Acres 7t. SPIAtagAin (014UYLL ClAMP IPPIII. QUINCY FLORIDA

or .. ...... Mampo. *.> Motto I* koroby giro I... rl'4lo( mar ._taI _mo Oily OiwioiitMMi of tk. OIly
CLARK PLEMMONS l'...... Oo r* of _II.* 1__ ..I, I dollar .. Ouliwy, FIcHe wilt hold a
: #10..... ...". Plorld Mod **ok rkonfe or mor arIas '....11a k..log ol IM .'....It'' TELEPHONE 6278602w
Pb... NAb! TJII By ./ 1_.'.. S Boor, U C ... ClJllX. liorr. Hofoor.Hraooo to ... 00 IbO IMk .., of May.

AMBITIOUS LADIESI Apr e.,0nOa.Mav1 It 4 AoMrt*, w* tow* o* tit. o4 Ik* C*y Mll ad (SIlas: I
prospu 4siio..y. if rIl.1 Os Ihi san.Sio. ;
I I snT I Vt) rwrrn'yqwoaPWRIDA
I'VTVTIt-
In She Coon ., in. fooniyJodg
Earn Extra $5$ This Year. *. OM...* c-..,. ,....
"Be a Suec.... LEONMOBILE

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Sell Avon Near Your Home. HOMES I. re &-1.0'"fHTMMIPI FLORIDA FAMILY DICKTNSOVI
a PNVCB. ././. -01.

MARTIN.P M* _Hk "" .... Danasoad
WRITE MRS. DOROTHY Bep. ... ...... To All CrodtMrn sad Pore..
HVIT neuoo *r C>oouAgtloM ...

O Box034S MSS. Tallaha ee. Flo. Mm Y....... aol..asol.. EAtsi.Ito. of yol.' ans ...

c.,.>M. .-. Stewart, by ..oiial and p5551P54 to ps.asCi

Details. Klc. (toss Uo4 Tnltot aap emma bad 4.ea.a4.
For r ... tr wv chink ._ .0 ...... of J'_ -,
Mot ....... lbs oo ..* ., BMMO -
Below and CT a Proor, */./. Bitolt Bo n.Pryor. .
Just Fill Out' the Coupon w. trnote tat HnUmn M ....... 14 ., Bony
MTtUn *4 *nta* Covoir, 'o tko C oMyl
Directions to Home. +ti. of jo4:.:. (. .. ..
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, PAUL TWENTY OAUMJt.N COUNTY T1MEB, QUINCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL JO. IBM

duction ot "La TravlaU- MICe, The May Day program will

ael Rabin violin, will be solo. be at 4 p.m. In th* college outdoor -
THRT'SflFRtTfttiS lit with the Spartanburg Symphony amphitheatre and 1* opento
the public In honor of the
Orchestra Monday evenIng -
May Court more than 50 Mu
t May 4.Seminar.. dent will present a story.In.
on academic dlctpllne .,, dance baaed upon the fairy
offered at the 4-yeai tale, Hansel and Cretel'
women* college, !!Onfl'rencelwith )I
r M faculty Idvt era and a convocation .. A new, lets painful hypo-
!JqajtiKAG11MNf1 featuring student and I dermlc Instrument la composed
r trustee speaker are scheduled I of a one-piece disposable stain
on the morning of Parents' Day. teen steel needle In a sealed,
Other event on Saturday one-dose containerSouthern .
I May 2, will Include a buffet t
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, rupper for pirent and "dates; Gulf Utilities, mtlonal .
the annual May Day ball and a I designed and builder ot
reception for parent at the i centralized water and sewage
I home of President and Mr, system. 1* now listed on the
\ Robert T Coleman, Jr American Stock. Txchanxe<<
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'it' j MERRILL'SSELECTED
Ax-ASK/l.HAr'/t)(!
lJll Cq wIRyCAN00 FG CHEERLEADERS The ten newly-elected cheerleader
CNDOFrJR> \\ rightBeth Fletcher Dolors Bryant Kay Sanford (head), FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK

Jane Durham, Carolyn Jeffcoat (co-head)). Second row-
I II FAMOUS itlO7i411ON AND A CcATOF7NELATE.IOIIN Rosa Nelson, Cathy Porter, Brenda Campbell, Mary Ann ONE RACK OF SUMMER
s f.KENNEDY APPEA ONA NEW U.S.SAVINGS
CM Y fI s'yM .9 BOND.- ,7S DEAOMINATION..MWO'-ISAto E7NROt Crouch-.:.::..:and:::.- Suzanne.: Edward Tiger a Tale -Photo---- SKIRTS and SHORTS
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bl+ / .
Mr*. Sam B. McMillan, of
Suzie McMillan
7lN/SAfEIVdtYVO WILL 6R'AC!JIG'lOiAl S "/E!:EKWO Quincy, l/2 OFF
CeNOMIUAriQNS1OEl:UPTbNCW BQMO&VyeeS Dancer In May Coinciding with May Day
CoOtDRi7CMSE25$50ANDfA00S/Iig., ameaYOUf will be the annual ParenU Day

ca7o7/MT/a1/SAV4/LABLE,4Qdff20C; (Sot I ooo Day Festivities and the spring! meeting of the SPRING DRESSES
+ E Board of Trustee and Aitoclalei. -
86 f. Sy Spartan burl, S. C Among ..
Rd)OUA us.SAV/NeSQONO5l/yER j 50MMlVOI" the dancers appearing here Weekend activities Moo In. /3 OFF
U.OWAM lllCANSA8e. START TODAY WITH elude
.
two Spartanburg Music
::1 RECORD: BREAKER Charles Stephen. hot put of 29 AMcW$7f5QDIYfERL" /WORK OR&INK' Saturday, May 4. In the annual Festival perfortnancei. On Friday -
fMt bcoU a record at the 1964 Jaycee Junior Champ May Day festlvltle at Converse evening' May 1, the Festival FRIDAY-SATURDAY-MONDAY
will be Ml Suzie McMillan
College ** will feature the ConverseCollege
I Track and Held Meet Saturday April 18. The former
daughter of Mr, and Opera Workshop pro
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hot ol 28 feet, five Inch.
record vat Mike Taylor's put P- -- -- -- - -
Martin'. Studio I
In the 12-13 age group. Photo by

3rd- Jean Suber; 4th- Leslie DANLEY AND JAMISON COMBINE TO BRING YOU THESE BEDDING VALUES!
4-H Dress Revue Halre Over 14t l.- tit -

Winners NamedThe n Sheryl 3rd.-.Ur Thompaon Karen; 2nd-Alday Anne and; Glenda buber 4thLouU -, MANY MORE VISIT US TODAY!

4-IFcr held their an Sunday.,

Apr 1U Drts 24 at* the Woman't Club,. Other Button entering, Doris were Ware,Charlotte Jane $20 Allowance for Old Mattress and Spring on Either Vila Pedic or SupremeBETJER

Jeynean Woodberjr gave the Gilbert, Unda Carroll, Sara
welcome and Allen Smith bad Phillip, Susan Burke Cathy
MM devotion. Jean Sober and Tharp, There Jordan, Carol
i Beth Harrell led the American Wagner, Suan Clark, Barbara
pledge end 4-H pledge. Marwffey, Mary Katharine If you need FIRMNESSfor
Glenda Fletcher presented Clark, Rosalyn Fletcher, Bobble
Mr. Ernest WUmhot a diver Susan Story, Audrey llunphrey,
tray in reongniMon U being the Shirley Hudnall, Jean Jordan, a comfortable A BETTER BEDDING SELECTION
I 1004 4-H Family. Margaret Dean, Marjorl Dean,
The theme of the drew ...- Libby Burn. Gena Carroll, 6t ten r
I rue was Spotlight on 4-H Fash- Jeynean' Woodbery rHP night's sleep THIS is the "' MEANS BETTER REST
I Jon and Bheryl/ Thumpeon wu Judges were Mrs, Charles ,
narrator. Basset and Mre. M. I* Regis O-ULLr
Winner were a* follow: ter. mattress-box
) That Yean lit- Beth liar- Entertainment was furnishedby spring
rcll, 2nd- Gloria Leonard; Linda' And, piano aeleotloni VALUE
3rd- Carolyn Ilnrtn, 4HhMarlyne and Hobble Suaan Story and
Sea?. Second Year Linda Sharon Cross, baton rou combination you'vebeen
1st- Debra Kelsey; 2nd- tine.
rl Jane Smith; 3rd- Patricia
MoffeU; 4thMellaaa: Mcltieraon Forestry ReportThe looking for! '
Under 14: 1st- Merllyn Qadaden County Forestry P ,
Hair. 2nd- Allen Smith; Service reports 1 wood fin
burning .8 acre In the peat .. -
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ASK THE MAN FROM seven day. Number of wood
fire line January 1 of this
year add up to 22, burning
EQUITABLE ABOUT THE NEW
31.8 acre*. Number of wood
fire reported at title lame Ume Jamts//
PLANNED SECURITY POUCY!
a year ago totaled II, burning
3198 acre.
Find eel bow you eel jet a tornprth Th rainfall In the Quincy
nilr. life Insurance program area for the past week averaged NOW ONLY h,4 I 1
la CM new policy A policy 204, Rosedale, 2JO, Havana,
that pravldM for your family, it 4 30, and the county average,
you did 1, Lamp mm eath pay 288.
mint far btmfictarfi 2.Monthly
I Ineomt",UI/*children, .,., f row PIE TOSHER JAILEDSan
f ( fug "1', For you, It you live Frandaco While 7
i.Cash far jour own rtllnrnml.Plsnntd washing Leland E. Baum unloading '
I Security combines plea from hit truck, IEC19i r i $79.50
f' '.rDlID..* life lonranc with Allen C. Fin ley wondered what
term totyranoe. Th Baum would do If li* wa JIlt
pennuuot
In the face with a couple o[
life
Insurance bufltk cash value
and help yon sap Th decrew- found gooey out cream-topped in abort order pie. for lie Designed for many long years of a S SUPREME
lag term toss anci provides cilra Finley had him put in jail on 111 On,
protection when your family a.battery chare H* told police smooth relaxing sleep. Famous e
ateed it meet Att at aa nchanj. that Baum "ha na sense ,
beg,low pramlom.T of humor.
get lie tomplet stay o* Jamison Quality Construction throughout. TAeoae.oMATre IXQUSIYf MMISOM
Planned aaaorltjv sail Th Ma* a.Aal
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from -- r.I1
Eqnttahle. r
624 coil ensemble 312 coil mattress- >Pe.tnreL .-
FRED B. HODGES,JR. Odd Fact 312 coil box e 12 SIDE 10RDEI I e I spalrlc toe cr10TH -"
resilient
A London, Inland: P'OOI'Iowho spring MANDIaneusuc FO CONITlucnON POll
Phone 627-7308 was find by BuoktoigtamPalaa 'BETTER BEDDING"I VALUE Edge-0 Matic steel border TO 10501OAM OIOCTIY TO IteNts MAXIMUM COMFORT
L supports to TO"tl
P. O. Box 83 *, rtliaiid.. to LUXUIY1 1050ER.AKDOWH sMU.o tiNIT. ''ANI PIIOI'fRIUfPOIT
a |44
pay
Qulncr Florida lot wt r. bO levied' atiat IN OUR SHOWROOMS prevent sagging and help retain shape

rbs BqaltabU We Aseuraae him said by the the"water Palace was beau.e always fc* TOOAYI I and comfort a Highest quality, durable a EXQUISTEIY DESIGNED COVERS Of' FINEST AMERICAN DAMASK

......, of the Unlle IUU* sold" woven cover Vertically stitched, 112 toll MATIRtSS-312 COIL lOX SPRIN5-WH, YOU IUY. ILTT 10THDANLEY'S
....liar Yen
MoMOatonVOTl LOWDOWN
pre built borders e Tailored to '
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I PAYMENT exacting specifications, all edges n h $10.00
Vote for and Elect Down
securely taped e Strong cord turning I *

EASY handles Big, properly spaced vents

WAYNE R. HANNA TERMS' for thorough internal air circulation


EXPERIENCED IN ACCOUNTINGAS

GADSDEN COUNTY'S
NEW

Clerk of Circuit Court! I

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xc, na P sit : Jamison Sofa Bed Suite

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QUALITY-LUXURY COMrOOT ?;"

?$ at I Budget Saving l Price! ; $109.95
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Bah irt your In the LiOel +
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: Decorator colon include .wn, t East
Perfect Posture Turquoise, Sag end Gold. MM! color Terms
Combination. to mirth the theme of your home!
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IAHaana I COMPLETE
p C/ WITH INNERSPRING MATTRESSES

BOXSPRING. INNERSPRING MATTRESS

U a family man an' actlvt member

of the Greensboro Baptist Church: President 30" ROLLAWAY BED .... $34.95 HEADBOARD and LEGS

of The Gadiden County Baptist Brotherhood

Association: a Klwanlan and a successful 2$2 COIL lurntttt UNIT ArroRomsntofw ONLY
39" ROLLAWAY BED $39.95 SINGLE DOUBLE
businessman. He was born and reared near TOTAL AND SUPPORT.

Gretnaj 1952 graduate of Quincy High BOHOtt TO 6ORDER t rOAM TOffll fW). $49.95 $59.95
School after which he received valuable experience MOIIM ttsiuuir aortK SURFACE $39.95 ROLLAWAY BED r $49.95

In accounting bookkeeping and luxutr.e .

record keeping while employed by Keenan hEAVY wovn DwwBic STRIPE: COYER I I

Auto Parts Company In Albany Ga. and Tal AND STRONG CORD TUHHIHtt HANOU1
lahassee.Flo. H. Is now a resident of Greens JAMISON SLEEPERS

boro. e *uNtT eraa n snununn BKCUUT rot JAMISON POLY FOAM

As a businessman In Gadsden County, I UltIT matS .JamlSOlti WITH FOAM MATTRESS

have always remembered that the customerIs BUY NOWI SAVI *MOM

boss. elected. I will be the employe. and .C"ne- MATTRESS and SPRINGS Reg. .TAN $199.95

the taxpayers of Gadsden' County will be PLASTIC _

', the employer.. B, .. { SINGLE DOUBLE
,
./ Req. $24195NYLON
SUPPORT IS SOLICITED AND WILL
( YOUR
'..,JrttH"'hni"> ,",, $59.95 $69.95 BEIGE .. $219.95
BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED R/RHITURE CO. 1

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