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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Final Oral Vaccine Dose West Hail Batters Gadsden Equalizer County Commission Board I I( Voters Flock tP6Tls



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Is Scheduled For Sunday ] winds Early Hail end accompanied rain Saturday cut a destructivepath by high, Tuesday The date for the, July mewling of 7'Tuesday In GadsdenSen.

the auction
through west of the Board of Eqiwlliers has
The third and final of a three- Gexladen County early Saturday been set for 11 o'clock Tu,.-
dose Mrlti of vaccine to Immunize morning about 6 o'clock. day morning, July T In the
the entire population of Hardest hit by the storm were County Commissioner room In -- --
Gadsden County agalnit pouo' 80 acres of shade tobacco owned the Courthouse. The motion Scott Kelly, 'Five Incumbents

will be administered thli Sunday by E. II. Fletcher in the Pro- was made by Commissioner I Republican ResultsBe

May 10 from 2 until S p.mt I VHirnce Community."The Homer Hint and seconded by '
12 itatloni scattered throughout ; damage waa quit.heavy Vice Chairman Murray Spoon- Receives Strong Known Thursday Returned Here

the county. I ," aid Mr. Fletcher "butI er Tuesday morning at the regular Result ef the one race

John Herring, of the Quincy 1 I I I won't know the extent of the County Commission meeting I three-man Republican' vole IFor New Terms
Klwanli Club, and cochairmanof loe until the insurance adjusters i County SupportGadaden will sot be known until the

the project slates that some, make their report" He Anyone who wishes to complain county ranvaulni beard
went downthe A record turnout of electorsIn
11,000 In the county hive thus went on to say that both old In regard to hit property County meet Thursday moraine.Frerlncl I .
line for III former resident hl'alltlfulII'Pllhl'r In Tuee.d
and he 1 cloth the lax assessment before worker al the IS
far been Immunlwd and new on six shade may appear : Lake.land v' Democratic .
of
Senator Scott Kelly primary re.tinned
the Hoard and voice hit Cadndrn polling placet did ,
expecting i like number at this were torn to shreds, tobacco bid five local Incumbent of
hit uiwucreiaful
In
objection Anyone who has net divulge the outcome. Itt
last vaccination plants punctured with holes andflattened.
for nomination to the govern, fl<'lala to their posts, picked one
not been granted homestead known that there ware I
The program to rid this or's Tuesday's primary 1 new county (commissioner and
that
Exemption and feels he should 1 Ofi't1111111 "" .r.1 vote rant In
of the dread disease la Five of Maxwell Strom'sihad
county acre also h at piers Urn abwntre one school board member and
before
the primary plus one
may
Co-sponsored by the Gadsden I located nearly were considered board and present appear hit cue. Wednesday; Mr ll1toW'running I ballot that ,,11lie opened set the stage for a runoff May
Medical Staff total loss, for .
County Hospital a The Commission a clone third 28 the ux collector's attire
regular County today
and the Quincy Kiwanis Club I cite "Apparently the "wind tore meeting will begin at S High King, of Miami It wa W M lumen' of Qulncy la

assisted by the Chatuhoochee, the cheese cloth I off Ahead of o'clock that morning prior, to generally conceded that he __ unofficial I returns, carried 11 oltlad
Junior Chamber of Commerce 4 the hail and the hall hammered the Equalization Board meet would not be In the runoff Miy -C ; .di>n xinly'i IS precincts
the Greensboro Kiwanis Club the tobacco to the ground. Some ing. 26. Mayor llaydon Burns, of to defeat Mrs. Louis Black

and the Havana Kiwani Club I of the stalks were even snipped Mr. Jacksonville, high man over the burn, of Havana 3448 to 1351
Member of the Quincy High in two. "Coure I won't know Marjorie Gregory Horn Slat of Florida' ran a tie with for this county's one seat In the
School Key Club will also help TOP SPEAKER Johnny Taylor a Quincy High School the amount of damage until the Demonstration Agent appeared Mr. High for second place In Florldi lltiua of R.P"MntAotI"'l

beOJ Sabln Polio vaccine: will senior, U shown receiving a $100 check from Frank Pitt- insurance boys get through," before the the equipment Board in at referenceto the Canning JadMlen returni Mr. Kelly "

on a voluntary,1 man district chairman of the American! Citlsenshlp Speech said )Ir. Strom. Center lit.. stated that lacked approximately 300 votes Edwin Baur clerk of the
maul beats at clinics act up In to equal the local of the other circuit office, was returned te
Contest sponsored by the Florida State Exchange Club. Alfred (Sonny Saber of the the machinery was badly In
five There 194
atptnnts. are
Khooli the
public throughout office landslide In defeating
by a
I first in the district held Provident Community reported need of servicing and repairingand
county. Everyone taking the Johnny won place contest In Pensacola absentee balluti to be counted C Wayne llanna of Greene
May 2. He competed entrants from Tallahassee three acre of his tobacco that additional help was when the canvassing board w.'
vaccine will be asked to make against damaged by haiL needed at the Canning Centerduring buro Bsur was high man us
lightly
a 2Sc contribution or more if Panama City and Pensacola Clubs and Is now were He went on to that his three the busy aealtNILCh.lman meets Thursday rooming 14 precincts" rolling up 4121
able to do *o, each time the aay Mayor Burns and Mayor High votes lo llanna 1471
to the the slate convention set for 1417at
eligible go May shades just got a sprinkling of of the Board Fred I both received 003 talllea; Fred
li taken. The
vaccine
money Utho Edward had
Sheriff uunuUII'I.1
Miami Beach. Johnny's speech appears on page 12. Shelter appointed Commiialon- Bud Dickinson 017; FrederickB.
thus derived will be used to hail"Five I Silt vote lead over J.
help defray coat of the medications Photo by Martin Studio acre ware the worst er E. Perry Woodward and Karl 134. Senator Kelly 3828: t Neat Fall-cloth In hto eucce**
and A hit, but altogether the damage Commissioner T L. Maxwellto and John K. 'Jack" .,.tl1e..
bid re-eleotloru lie
necessary uppllei ful for was
meet with loin
Gregory at
b added. 4W
program of thus type U expen- County was slight an early date and work out I 974.Senator high man In 10 precinct while
live and all costs are being Mitchell.Drew Curtis Fletcher also of the lolution.Mr Spenaard L. Holland 'alrtliilh wa on top In five,
underwritten by the Gadsden Federation OfWomen's Providence Community, said the not only swept the Mat of The store was 1123 for Kd
County HosplUl Medical Staff hail beat hole through the cloth *. Gregory also said that Florida In his bid for reelection l wards to 2183 for Falrcloth.

and the Quincy Klwinla Club. Is Geo. Munroe of his 8-exre tobacco shad. favorite recipe of Oadnden I to the U. S. Senate, he' Clint Basaett, the Incumbent

Official of these organization Clubs In the Juniper Communitynear County Home DemonstrationClub overwhelmed his opponent In'' In collector of U.d&d'1Couao

etressed that this la not i "med- PTA President Greensboro 14 acre of members have been compiled I dadnien County as well. Ill* ty, trailed W. M. "Ulll" Bunfnerfuril
ical society project. They shad tobacco owned Joint/ by In a cookbook and the vole h.re was 4692 tallies, to by 384 votes In unoffl.

pointed out that it I. a community Munroe Parent Teacher Name Officers Hal and Hubert VanLandingham books are just off the preu.Continued : 1137: for Bralley Odham. Senator vial returns, necessitating a
George ( en Pate Twelve>)> Holland carried
every precinct
project vast In algnlfiCince were damaged lightly- I Robert I.edsa runoff In the second primary
and permanent In nature AasoclaUon will have 1U last The Gadsden County Federation probably per cent of the total in the county with the since R. U "Ho" Buber revived

Th vaccine ti odorless meeting of the current school of Women'i Club met amount. According to Hubert exception of Midway where he First \ 1118 tallies. Summerfurd
tasteless and causes no side effect year at the school cafetorlum April 28 with Mr*. O. V. Me- the two tobacco ehade covered Quincy Junior- lost SO to 40. Baptist received 2737 votes to 23S3 for

., regiirdtai of age sex or at 7.30 Tuesday May 11 Pheraon, president, presiding with old cheesecloth were hit James W Kyne of neighborng Robert Uaaaelt. Biunmerfordi tarried 1eprecincts
allergy. Even pregnant women : pm. Due to Inclement weather, with hailatone! aa biff s* marble Honor Jackson County beat out Lodge Bassrlt four and ttu
'diabetics, babies and mildly The new slat of officer wUl this meeting which to regularly *. Senior Earl Kalrrlolh of Miami, JIJU her one, his home precinct el
be Installed at this meeting scheduled at Glen Julia Park to 2407 In Oad.dlOn''ollnl..
take
lick people can the vaccinesafely Sawdust.
aWl there when I Youth Pastor
These officers elected by the They were At lam Wedneiday Mr
which belongs to the County press
Dr. T. W.
according to
about 0 o'clock that Roll Released In s will for the
out race
went open
recent meeting .
Griffin chairman of the Medical organization at a Federation, met In the Mt. Kyne was running a clot .-
Include Mitchell Drew, morning. Another hall-hit shadecov.r.d sod the Dlstrlul Two seat on the Board
Staff. Pleuant Methodist Church. Aft. over state for the attorney
Dale vie with now cheeeecloth Student at Quincy Junior- Sunday Night if labile Instruction whichi
president Sechler general's
er singing the Rev. poet.
; group
i Each dose of the vaccine Is
administered prealdent; Mri Hal Davis, secretary 'Dana L, Hamrkk, paator of the wasn't damaged," said Hubert. Senior High School who were Incumbent Edwin L. "..A" being vacated by J. & Ittnaon
by placing two I
named to the honor roll during Flv* Thing To W.t.chwill Nurman McMillan. Qulsicy luauranc
and Buck Register, church, an inspiring devotional Mason chairman of the Floilil
gave
'
of the medicine ;
drop on a treasurer. Outgoing officers taken from Proverb HancockIs the last six ...1It. period Public UUlltl CommlMlun beat be the Utto' of the Bieetagi, man edged Lamer Maw \
Mrs.
email cub which I then
*
:eaten sugar by the recipient Infants i art Baacom Mahaffey president 31. Th. welcome was given by are: his opponent, I'hUllp B. Brewer preached by Hobert Lo 'and children will ; Mr*. J. T. Atkins, vie Mri. Alfred Suber with responseby 12- Kay Adams Rich Ashley nearly five to one In Uads- the evening service at the Firs L er, 21115 to 1510.: MuMUlan was
receive very the young vaccine by dropper president and Mr*. Wayne Vlck-: Mr*. O. F. Shepard. Mrs O Speaker At Frank Baker Larry Barber den County: In his successful Baptist Church this Sunday *v. the top man Is 10 precincts,
Angel! llrooki, JaniceCantey most of them by a narrow saer
C. Tool the statewide bid fir reelection
directly In the mouth If deal ers, wcretary. live report on tlllIt.
the Kiwanis Club Bunny Fletcher, Lynda II. received 41811: vole to IM
treaiury gin.Th
ed. Diabetic may lake the The program for the eveningwill Ia. Alice Gay Topper llairp- Robert, s senior I nweiuer 0, contest fur County Cos.
medication on a small piece of be a performance by theGeorge Mrs. Frank Whlttl mad in Mr*, H. UaiMMcsv bread instead of on the Munm Elementary announcement concerning the : ? precincts.William Mr, and Mrs. Karl ledge, II
: sugar nurses the Gadsden Ouun- Johnson Robert Ixxlge; Carol D. "Bill- Hopkins. of : wee not fully" deckled until returns
'cube. B.nd. MM. Lamer Watson forseveral cook book that U being published Marsh, Mary Jean Mynard Mike the Youth Pastor this week s' from the lat precinct
t, Health Department, was Incumbent date attorney, de.tested
Dr. Griffin point out that years has worked with by the County Council and the church.
guest speaker al the MondaymseUnR Parramore Sharon Popped bit rival In UadadenCounty cam in early Wednesday mnrs
there ire three virus strains these young musician and has which will go on sale Miy Sat of the Quincy Kiwanis Hugh Stephens Eddie Taylor Sylvan Strickland of This week time young peopk, mg. Fred Wielfer, of Havana,

'which cause polio. Vaccine given a fine performance forth the nominal price of $1.M. Club. Mr*. Hancock waa Introduced Johnny Taylor Brenda Thomu Tallahaaaee 4407/ to 1344 vote of the church will lanum man]y the Incumbent, squeaked by his
from I different strain are given : PTA. at least one each Members of the Home DenvonstraUon ; .. .... The
by Don Brown, program 11- Nancy Baur, Mary Ellen Mr Iliinkln also won out on places of .lbIUt' ]y: oiiptNient, Boyd t"a'7-t ales
on each of the three Sun- year, Clubs have contributed chairman Fletcher Jamei Fowler Jimmi top In all IS Uadtden preclncl will teach during the Bunds, of Havana. 2WHJ V****.
.dare making it absolutely This his been a good year to the value of this cookbook Ruth Howell Rodney Joyner and war high man In the diatrlot -, School hour Sunday BMirtilni t Shelter carried *lgl* predncti I
Mrs. Hancock MrprompW
(Continued. Pats Twelve for the P. T. A. at George Mun- by giving their favorite made an Martha May (;sorts Me- by a comfortable _rIn.' and lead during the Tralnlni I while Leonard was en tap isseven.
but moot interesting
roe. Several school improve- recipe Call, Tat farmer Dianne Pea- ---- Union hour hundsy night, .
menf project were conducted Appointment of the following talk, telling of her more than sock Tommy Presnell" Kay There will be youth 4.IK'OII'.nd In \hi District I battle te re.
Quincy School successfully and several spending committees were mad by Mrs SO years In public health nursing !Sanford, Connie Senlff. JaneStrkkland. Flea Beetle ushers perUcrjwUng boUt, place retiring Homer IBrt cdhe
project were completed Including McPherson: Tim. and place Is Gadnden County. She Hugh Tbompenn, services, Sunday, County Commission, Uorsey
the purchase of fan for Mrs. James Watts Mrs. Fred alee gav* e graphic comparison Palsy Wood The organist for the week la Smith, of ChdtanouchM, k4Me
Band At Stale all the moms, the purchase ofa Kibllka, and Mr*. Fanny Pen of case loade for 1(40 and 10- Kay Baaoett, Linda Biur Attack Feared Mar .. Mynard; sung header fellow townamaa t'Ul te
primary typewriter s maintenance ny: ResolutionMrs.. O. F..1 1M4, dramatlilng the tremendous Billy Bryant Brenda Camp Td Parser General Sunday 2)t.! Smith won la 12 pre
Festival contribution to the Band Shepard Mrs. Bob llolman, and Increan In most caeae. bell, Wes Davis Leon Falr- Made tobacco grower should llrbool Buperlniemknt I. ImiU while Spurfeon Dunn
Today and a '2 0.OO contribution to Mrs. frank Whittle. Thea. re- I She had with her at the meetIng I clot Both Fletcher, George ,follow recommended dueling Gary Edwards; and Training wa lop In three.

the Library. In addition to this ports were given after Ui. two Interne from Florida Gilbert, Freddie Gray, Donna 'schedule' and Insist en food :Union Director, Carol Crouch. Incumbent Adrian Anderson,
Quincy High School Band- the PTA. designated 140000 luncheon which was a covered State University who are majoring May, Lamer Munroe, Jimmy coveng to head off new attack ,- -- -- Cusatytde. of District. One,
(8 meml>f'ra-4' competing today toward the future Installationof 1 dish affair, wtih the l-rovt-I in health education. Theywere Naff ROM Nelson Bill Mew- by the flea beetle which flcNtnll| to s 1144 le I It* VMMory !
In the State Rand Festival at a classroom intercom system. 'deuce Club acting as hostess Arthur Hanlsy, of England comb, Palrlrla Parramor, Jimmy gave grower trouble lilt year HD Cook Books over hale opponent, W. N.
Florida State University In Tal- for th. day Mrs. Virile Batsman and Mia Betty McCart. Taylor Marilyn Williams BUI Tappan Entomologist Kenfroe of Urelna, being. |UB3teallneed .

lah_. : gave the Invocation be- ney, of Tallahassee Jan Woodward, Bitten Wood: with the North Florid Ktperl- Now On Sale ( ** r... Twelv>>
The students, accompanied by Dr. H. R. Reddick fore lunch. Eddie Taylor and XtitJaDaurhtrttMmh.ra ward. mesh< Station baa notified the

chaperonea, left Quincy early I Mrs. Fred Kibllka gave a full : of the Qutisey Dianne Adam, Tom County Agent's Offke that a Favorite recipe: of members litersDemon.Valk'n

this morning and will return Represents MD'sDr. report from the Glen JuliaContinued High School Key dub, were Buttrsm Rick Embry, Charles build-up I* espeoted. The first hail been tested Club at tat lunrb- Postmaster Cox

.late this evening. HUllard R. Reddlck of ( en rage Twelve>)> gusts at the meeting. Gardner D I. a a. Montague !brood after the overwinteringbrood Ions this spring aryl compiled InI
The band, under the direction Final plans and workers were 'Maria Ordoa, Janlc Smith lit has just emerged end la I rook book.I Gives
of Charle. A. Burns, I* participating Qulncy will officially representthe Jaycees SponsorLast named John Herring, chairman. Smith, Cheryl Snipes. Bob Ku- three or four day there will be + Reminder
by I
Gadaden books
Liberty County Thes look art nowavailable
In concert consisting of the third end final bee Linda Suber Lynttle Hulllvan. peak '..\IIII.U.... The second I
Medical Society at the BOtb for le club memher al
three numbers two ilghtreadJng vaccination this Sunday. Grave Wllllama, June latch can be eupwud about and to On Mail ServiceThe
UM Florida Political
selection and a marching annual meeting of pok> Wilson, Susan Wynne, the llth or 12U of June. their regular meeting
Medical Association being held I"hn the public et the Home Demon-
Adams, Tommy Bernard Clark
exhibition. In Hollywood Fla, May 7-10 According to itraUnn office lImbs are aeventyfuur limited adJuetao.tsIa (
SmithGraduates asome
Bann..yAllison
Rally Monday
Beside the band, there are Dorothy Bridge, Unda Associate County Agent, IneartlrMe
Elected by his local group as amember Cross, pauletu Davis. KMCeeUajied which will do.he pager long and even Inchridua-who! receivedauperior of the stain aaaocialon's Candidate and their representatives ( rag Twelve lain about MO mrlpei. XV advertising In WaaMnttoe" Marsh U by
M >)> local
rating .t the DillrlctJo'e.tInl Hone of Delegates. Dr. bad their lilt chanceto From job are ivaliabl from to included said we loatmstor General John A.

i here-competing \od"1 Reddlck will help decide present their political platforms suppliers. A good Job ef Spall bonk sells for M. The buokieunUIn Urenouekl to aav* 'I J., rtDlcaUMik
who will play the College ration I* a* Important a* using Information ...
Those along with delegate from the night before lec-Norman Munroe Sixth helpful on In Quincy and other"
AUcne Smith, piano; Ws other 40 county medical societies lion Monday at the Livestock the proper InaeoUcid Bath area selecting fasts fur health fond ellis May 4. Psrtmster 3.*...
tireenwald, clanent; Judy the FMA'l policies. Pavilion wed of Qulncy June T will be Commencement Grade On TV must If w. control these flea. to serve loo and band equivalent C l rvwuMledt tetfey,

HueMlL, piano: Linda Bent, axaphone The political rally, attended by Tim at Norman Collage .beetle. a* they hatch we' e.n' to help with measuring snd Asides ...."..* 1oe.IJ, I*.
; Carolyn Brockman, approximately 400 persona, was with the largest graduating rlaas prevent build-up. Dc.* M- substituting Ingredient In recipe I'k..M the folluwwff, ..,. Cal:
piano; Judy Smith, piano; and Child Care Co-op ponsored by the Quincy Junior In the history. of he College Friday MornThe giant applying fungicide either, *. akllI

Marilyn WUlianie, piano. Chamber of Commerce. Seventy'nine graduate from George Monroe Sib aa long as we are having" weather The book are punaixed by levied Pe4 DeliwriMl

The Quincy High School Band Considered Here The frstlvltie began with nineteen Isles ars candidate grade Chorus will I perform oa favorable fur blue mold the Home Demunstrstlnn toun- Parse l ,'.... delivery service
has been chicken pilau supper served at for Associate In Art Degree. WHO blue mold. M MUM atprevention ail fowls fur
snarohiflg exhibition T v, Friday morning en the ** part their wm Iwpeovlde en e flv. day
tonight at A meeting will be held tonight 830 followed by the political AMOt'Ia'III Art Degree I* I* worth s pound of better AAof whit
scheduled for (.26 Channel f Good Morning presjrim b oe.ed bsass, euept ale day an.ID. .
the Capital Stadium located on for all people In Gede- ipeechea.Serving. Nursing Education, and Jtuilor the Actually they will ,. cure all club have been studying, 1 will ke eoetlsu.d.d MmtnWed

8. Monroe and Eaet Park Streetat den County who are Interested a* master of rere- College CrUfkie Among H.MeBtnl twice, once *t about 8 lhow'j BAPTIST thl* ; They art tile rs- and Raral fteut**. There
almanp'
to Durethy
the city limits.GREENSSORO. in forming s child care cooper monies wss George Johnson graduate again al about 1 U. FIRST suit : re<4 by 'mns- will ke M delivery W
who was pavbhlttlng for Dick h, of Quincy.The awn ,!
BAND especially. appropriate .. SUNDAY SERMONS ben friends fur a psrat ere Tbareday ft *erl week
Is atoned
ative. This program Hollahand. administrative assistant Be aaurette! Sermon week ha been officially tt.II'-j book U '* of lh*' Pled. Clue
The Greensboro High School for working mothers but plane to Florida's Secretaryof will be delivered al 11 00 I... sated a National MuaM Th *ev. Thames K. Cvtt n.. Council tbij" Kelp Inav ..... -a penreU.b.1Ne Air Parrel
Rand under the direction ef 'I'will be considered regardingpart State Tom Adam. ..... IIUlahand ill Baker Memorial Auditorium The group, under tile direction pastor of the First BapUM many old 4UdlU8ll.1 rev>-: .111. ke delivered psr .-.a
Larry Buhannai I* aUo competing was unable. to ...... Hawk efWayeroa Church will deliver the *Me- ef add aU days a
time car* I with Dr. A. Senses of MM Sandra Raeenee. has see the area and *** week There win b .... .
today at F. S. U. Th* marlog This program U In Its eartlet, During the supper moat wu ss speaker. The performed for audience before age, "God It I* This homes," sew favorite lot variety. the ..(* lie .
ii delivery fiwsiol Ice.e.1
exhibition la set for 7 44 by Hoot Glbaoe and bill wnl be tunday ewrBiiig.Al -
I
provided address
stage of planning and people Commencement and has afcow. Impreeaiv* skill Copies are Baud thsref'dl Uver* Mrtekk |
this *""'iar. I are ceded for all aspects elthe sand. delivered at 100 psv with the m group alnglag- the evening" service, Robert shah anember are aaaed : t. telurday ,.,.,.. Her .
One individual and three eanbW program. I II Lamer Bailey served s* ... lion. George TbortwweQ ftattth.1 Batty morning T. V, viewers 1 Lodge, ,MIl prior. willdeliver immediately notify their club I \leeet The Messy Order. Wlt*

** who received aupenor U to planned that Mr. MeKilllo -! oral chairman ef the rally. Speaker W UM Georgls ItwiMof arc aged M hUM la as theer' th aenneaj entailed" pr alde>l le reserve their sopniby 'I.... win b* flwed e. |*tap..
rating at the District r..ci"aI I HepreeentaUve tpHk.- y.whg popis.. 'Flv Tk'ngs! Te...Wtck. Monday, May II whoa. remaining and
of the State Department ; dsy, w SMMtef **<'der* will
will compete today. Ronald of Public Welfare la Jackaom- New SprayerIs I" p4e* wfll be entered Ke written M'wey oraere
Telar will play a plane solo and M the ,.,blie. '
rule will be her to help wtutht via be eptav ee Ratandayee
UM ewm des slated are flute plan Mu Bad Boctkk Dangerous ---- the Rural Kevto*. AH Pw*.

.oartet (Clark)& bars
iSanao***; quint lEaamantt 1 seetlB* win be held n States t Larson wipeiMM .. k..,.,. I All
Uemlaon); twirling.,1r1lnCmble dud the Board Room en the third yr''t This Week IMHe, ........ 'sewage tract

and I floor of the Masonle BulbUig Fir Chief W, W. McPherson teM dapxeMA and b.s real
(Sober). at 740 pm. If you can M UM week received bulletin Lad, Theatre. stUsctwn fat, ultartkw *LU sot k. nr..pR. ,
CHATTAMOOCHK HIGH 1 com te UM meeting aad are from J. Edwin Larson, Mae tk. eosBtng week lesledl' .ei )Naiad*,.. Tb. Stamp, Far.
SCHOOL BAND interested to this programpUane fir* eiantMl. eafltog cueattoat "Straight Jarket," Martin JoeCrewfurd. ",nl Past and General Delivery

Memberthe CUttahoe-I cad Mrs Marie Plttmae s dangeroea portable serayer Thursday and I Its Window will W pee a<) venal *.
.h*. High School B at a'I.'. before SOO or Mrs er focger sued te kill ....-. day Friday Might there will b*,[......,., w'rsing fees 9d. IeI
the direction ., I. Base Jesus Virginia Rowsa at ST7-44r7 b*. that wry b* altered for Ml a* a feature, "Curse a the l>tn|I 11:00. COO act KeaXry serf

Wte will prMent ads a* d e..1 fereiir JS. sad 927.8033 after,UM State of Florida.The 0...... Sa4ay, May t will, wlU be svallaJel re M iatial
HMhle* '.,.: Brk.r. BertoeUrtftet "A fire marshal soy* thatUM o' b* doutiU feature 'ThrethoUof il..T| FoetHMwier *m h .jie/ |
; Hal Cat, traps I I devise has twe ryliiMler tvevs/ aid The Semis:UMH, IM sn jtlt >* eervke

Mlle Chrig. rare 4rM: Beth Forestry Report attacked **M eonUanlog bqaldiaaertletde gasset." Sunday, Monday, md:'ace wrerta k- she eeder
lung plate sad sinus quartet.Lawry sad UM ether being Tuesday wtbe bares elParlr Toes win sw ehaege ts
Tb* Citadel County Forestry'a prepaa cylinder and a* epropellaet. e4
Seecsj" sad "Carothe
"base ihosfy *r spaced ell.
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irvitw report The same ef UM ,
Uvt. Dead. Wedeeedaiwill UMf4
g 11"livery, fee legates
Woman Club Board is UM peal arveu day*. Member device to Bin Fee; Sever.He lie -A., Mamber CM WM. ," ..... uU d. ,.rise wiltMrtini
January
woods fire ware that the efIwvined
of warn w
and Alaw
Cable I
Urrlsg use >e a* smiaj. Letter end
M. to
; The Uenetlve Board U the 11 acre*. .tttkis led a* e ..........la'Itto MBOT AWARD Croikaa, McEeova. duX sonttorlaa el the Codsdea UUrry Featured at UM 11111 Drl e-I'''kaadled with the MUM yrtorrtye
bm reporM buardMM etta
wU WO M *ttrMfy
CWary w.... O* totaled Health Is beers m aaaaal Mon Award to behalf at lb. Is lilt Friday a4 Saturday will evr. ,
May 1It same Urn a year ace SM .. this pmednre will I DepartDMtrf pie noq ... j jI
1eten
Meet todayTtanday. b Swbad" a I dl| n eronefiy .,
bemaif SMS acres UM te escape ertIr Stale Board heat J. C oawtatoa Mpertntendeitt et '"JitWee md "Captaui
It a-m.: with tM nreatdeMMm U fire*, ,per* gas at to ferguaoa. -vn. ., AI....." Scheduled I .spUuMd. I* I I. HIM with rree- I
Jesse WatU ".a... Rataf aB to UM Quiawy are .... UM swrweedasg ores Louis Porch (Rim. s pedsuiesdeat U utilities (4 the Quincy Wales Plo&L Also pictured lot Bunday will be XWM Fri,'14ttII4 3."_'. srocrame .*.
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week evenged 3.1 :; wttt paeetbl* ta.a1..1 Md atdaamag -
Yearly rrpnrta will be give this pees 2 Sad'enm.aty UMS UM bulbliltataMd. ore Qutoqr Mayo Leo* Weaver (cmtetl, Qty MOM?** HorUrl Wttb Me,1 eternal flap''!der whisk the rant FederalJ
Mesas. *. Gregory
M this argad aaeetlag.t* ..."..AU,. pewberlt7s '\ ..*I rage; J-M- .. I Well b9&& CadedsvUb (tr Health CepartBksat Ea ltuIan. /.... *a4 UeUre Mart -toe., Mf eel wee .....kK.



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THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH

Tha Orarek la the traata,* bcttrulMlnjofdi 'Jarl,aid fopport DM Church.They
at aarta for th* > in. h) For. .). ova rka tar and food citiaanahip.tt i..tarr hi*duldnn.aaka.((3)For the uk.
Jamily ]fisit haw o/apiritnaJ Ttlw 1 ;Without d hit eomnnimtjr and nation. (4))
atronf Chmrh, JllitharIWY For UK Mk of UM Church fcaalt :
aoe civilbatkn ca. aurrita., nwhlcb Baari hli Bwnl lid malarial :
.,. njur auund naaonc why avaryperaoa npport Flan to rob thorch i.,. i
.r MM.S. !f. ihould attend aarrioM ranLrly and iwd yow Bible duly.


They'll be here any minute 1 As soon as I finish the failed< to give us the strength to meet them, and. the. j
flowers 111 go and sit with Dad on the :front porch, so courage to goon again. ,

WIl be right there when they all drive in. It'll be just We've always been a churchgoing family, and I know

wonderful to see them again. the children never miss a Sunday even now. Tomorrow :

Dad and I were saying last; night that we couldn't we'll all go to church together, and it will seem like the

have been bleased with better children or lovelier grandold days when our family was still here at home. We

eh drtn. Wave been so fortunate. Of course, there have have so much to thank God for, every one of us.
been some tragic and terrible times, but God has never

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_ GADSDEN COCNTY TIMES QtJICY.I.- .,.-THURSDAY, MAY 7, IW4tPIANO / t. ,t. ....

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1@} r.ark :Merit AwardThe


Annual Merit Award to
v 1 ? the municipality hiving the best
operated coagulation and til-
tratlon water treatment plant
serving a population between
:1000 and 10,000 was presented
Jointly to Carl Ferguson, chief
operator, and Louie Porch, Sup
erintendent of Utilities for
their operation of the Quincy
Treatment Plant The preientatlon .

was made at 11:30: Friday "" --- ..
morning, May 1 at the City I
Ga.
Graded
Commission room at City Hall t
.l Annually the State Board oi r ,1110.
Health this award to
presents '
RECITAL:: Th. following Itude-ta performed In the piano recital presented by Mr*. Nina Bevli recently I the best In each operated treatment based .. ,. f- ..

| \.Shown from left to right are- Susan BraceweU. Gail Edwards Billie Sue Carter Juanita Milford. Cathy Morris, category plant In population evaluating the :' FRYERS I

Jennie Lou Betts Vic Adams Alton Carter Pete Bogq, Charlie Riddle. Tony Boggt. Brad Hewett. Mr. Kathryn plants several factors are considered ,, tt.'Ii .
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I :Gephart (guest) Mrs. H. Morris Shari Richardson Nancy Parramore Ginny Cox Deborah Cox. Patricia Parramore, Some of then are' tp .. -< ,. .... "
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i 'Cheryl Snipes, Vance Hewett. Lee Perkins, Donna Cain Ian Richardson Mr*. Nina Bevis. (teacher) Mark McClel safety of product preventive ," .! '. ,
maintenance, record keepingand
I ..1cm Dale Mitchell. Alice Cannon Lee Hurst. Terrance Massey, Cathy Mitchell Belinda Kinard. Janet Cannon others The plants are inspected '. ,

t :Michele Massey Gloria Chester Peggy Perkins, Charlene Betts. Lynn Richardson Dtanne CaIn and Gail Stewart. regularly by the coun I i wr

j i 'been provided by the Florida and difficult occupaUon and the,- --,It" .health and periodically department b, Charlesllaney tinltar 23 c

Too Late Sheriffs Association, which \Iss men and women who choose I Regional sanitary Engineer lb. I
private, non-profit corporation such occupation do not receive Bits And assisted by one of the :
the help and encouragementthey county health department tanItarlans -
To Classify The Florida Law Enforcement deserve from the people .
: Academy ftponsoied by who benefit must from their PiecesBY The presentation was made by Tender
J aDII Kay the Florida Sheriffs Association services I Graham McKeown: Supervising, j
By
,became a reality when tt was First of Its kind In Fiona and DVTCDThat' sanitarian with the OadsdenUberty -
: A few months ago I expressed dedicated Feb 8 by Governor perhaps the nation the academywill County Health Department
: Try approval of the proposal to'Fans Bryant.the answer the ever increasing Others present on the BEEF LIVER 3 79cFresh
'I occasion were Mayor Leon Ibs.
;'establish s Florida Law En'I I facilities are located on t demand for well trained officersat what It la this morning Weaver, CIty Manager Harbert
foroement Academy and It li 10-acre site at the Tallahassee every level. Academy training Wednesday May 8, In the I
and Kermit
will equip them with know year of our Lord A, D 1864, Gregory Wahl tanllarlan -
molt ar.Utytnl to not that ourlaw I Municipal Airport and was h with the Cadsden-Ub-
ledge that will enable them to
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bits and thtts me
enforcement groups have equipped without cost to the pieces ,
: give the citizens of Florida erty County Health Department.
call : That election yesterday Just
joined In perfecting plans'and taxpayers by the Florida Sheriffs maximum service 'at minimum ,Wahl, together with the Regional
It
have established an academy Aiaoc at a coat of $115,000. about got me. started at fiveminutes
coat and we are all Indebted to Sanitary Engineer hat
that I feel confident will The school will devote Ittelf before seven and lasted
worked with the
plant personnel -
the Florida Sheriffs Bureau for
'prove of utmost credit and to training law enforcement of- its leadership in an effort to until 2:30: this morning, The a good bit In the pastThe PORK STEAK lb. 39c
:Value to the state. ficers, no matter what branchof make Florida law enforcement telephone ringing and me run fallowing Is the letter
: 1 It Is state supported only to service they serve: city, second to none in the nation nlng First thing I had to do from the State Board of lletlth'
.the extent that the Florida county, slate game wardens, yesterday morning was to makefast awarding this certificate to the
Sheriff Bureau, a Mate agency > safety directors, highway patrolmen a trip to the Sycamore City of Quincy:
arrange and conducts' the beverage agents auto RECREATIONNEWS polling place to right s wrong Mayor and City Cmnmlinlun I PIGTAILS U. S. Good
courses, and handles admlnltritlve theft bureaus, fire underwriters Then last night here st the City of Quincy, City Hall I
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details The faclllttei, and so on Times Office waiting for the Quincy Florida I
,: modern.. In every respect, have I 30 top notch Instructors representing returns and for the poll offlrials Attention i : Mr. Harbert Gregory i CLUBSTEAK
every branch of law A to bring In the ballot Gentlemen:
enforcement from the FBI to boxes registration books and I am pleased, on behalf nf the'
SEPTIC TANK dog catchers will serve at in By Doan JamesMEN'S J other things that are necessary Florida Slate Board of Health,
ttructors Th. courses ire designed for an election I lived through to mail to you under separate
SERVICEVACUUM to provide Florida with SLOW PITCH it, and s lot of candidate did cover the Florida State. Board of
SOFTBALL likewise, but It is good to know
better Informed more capable Health Merit Certificate for the
Game schedule for the week
: that It can't happen
law enforcement sooner Rest
officers Operated CoagulatJnn and
at
every -
May T N, F tx-
Randy
level. vs. than every two years and Filtration Water Treatment
U li especially gratifying tome perlmentalt, May 11- Randy maybe four Plant, serving a population of
Joe Wedeles, Inc. 12
vs May I
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that this worthwhile academy | Well our boy Scon Kelly got S,000 10,000 people
N. F ExperlmenUIs. Massey -
was established during the Drugs beat. He ran s good race but Your water treatment plant, 4 99Clb.lb.79C
term of Sheriffs Association PONY LEAGUE TRYOUTS close doesn't count except In was nominated and selected the Ibs.
presidency of my own Halls- IAes 11 and If) horseshoes, and he certainly winner In this category. This
borough County Sheriff Ed! Pony League for 13 'asn't In a game of that type. award was annnum-ed at the
I : Blackburn tryouts We mined Annual Awards Banquet of the
whose able leader- and .U year old boys will be a good chance to
ship also did have a home town Operators Association Wednesday ,
much to make a man In tII.rOWf'nor'l
held tonight Thursday May 7 U. S. Good
... Chuck
success of Florida Boys at 730 Athletic office lIett.r lurk night April 22. In dalnetvllle _
pm Corry '
CLEANED .
Ranch FIeld. in 68 We regret there was no
REPAIRED In paying deserved tribute to JUNIOR LITTLE on. from the City of Quincy to
Ed I do not discount the splendid LEAGUE 1R\'OUTII Since I missed. working on receive' this award. | 1"
service of other sheriffs and tA,.. S and II the paper all day yesterday I Again, I congratulate you on
I 627-8403 I law enforcement officers who Junior Little League tryouts guess 1 had better let this go winning this and 1 hope you BOAT
have given Florida outstandinu for 8 and B year olds will be for this week and get busy because will display It In an appropriate v )]
place In treatment
enforcement although underpaid held tomorrow our deadline Is only I s yourillitei'
night Friday
; Night 627-6868 and In many Instances unappreciated Bth few hours swsy.CI'S plant
May at Doyle Conner Field Cordially yours, I \
Registration cards are available David B. Lee Ih i
QUINCYVAULT The safety and security of only at May Drugs and City RETURNED
the citizens of Florida dependon The Pentagon ha. announcedthat I
Hall
sod must be returned to
CO. the character, ability and same 7,600 troops are to be Birth AnnouncementMr
1 service of competent well SENIOR: LITTLE LEAGUE brought akM from : and Mrt Robert L. ,, lb.49c \
VAULTS MONUMENTS trained law enforcement offlcers BASEBALL Agea 18.It) beginning By u.eof Brown announce the birth nf a
I and they deserve the sup Game schedule for the week: June more than (0,000 men on born Sunday, May 3, They ,
MAINLINE DRIVE port and respect of every one I May 7- Klwanls vs. DeMolty will have been brought, 'bark In have two other children Ausan
QUINCY of us, May 8- Rotary \'.. Jaycees, cutback designed to reduce Leslie, It* years old and Betsy,
___Law enforcement Is s trying I May 11- UeMolay vs Lions, military: xpndiUir* abroad 8.5 years old. I
i ---- -- May 12- Jaycees vs. Kiwania crowing to in* ,'...,...... the
and May 13- Lxcbange vs. withdrawal from Germany"will TOMATO. TOBACCO CICCBtlgrade / I IYu $100 JACKPOT
DeMolsy. not affect the U.8. eonmiMmentt Yugodavtt A I
-I maintain the equivalent" of e isxMlar magazine Ann
THANKI sin-division fore in luirop. report that Bulgaria but pro
Mrs. McCrory duced a non-nlooiln tobacco
O. Cuba:MiMiU I grown con the' root *f tomato
f Passes May 2 The United Stet** I* trying plant. Bulgarian sctenU I
found that nicotine I I. produced'
I Mrs. J. A. McCrorr 78, of oh.s" in the root of tnharra plant. '
; YOUI Havana passed sway at 907 on Fidel Centre when h* give They UJIf'rlmllllted with graft'ing
Saturday evening, May 2 in theTallahassee the Cuban lexUr control of a tol>arro plants en timat v.>,r "
Memorial HotpUal I modern arsenal of anti-aircraft mot. Th amok t* U* like t I A native of Thomas County.I muaile. in the ...r futur At b..t'O but doss not eontain n4re-I
Ga Mrs McCrory moved to tin tame time the Untied 8Ut.. tin*. rN
WANT TO THANK EACH ONE WHO VOTED ,Havana In 1040 She was a''say it will continue to fly
I member of the Havana Baptist .....onn.i OMI... plans over Cub A eommon problem' ef th*
FOR ME IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY. BE- Church. and warn against any InUr family when dealing with an
Funeral services were conducted '.rrenc*, ateotwU family member laxM '
st 2 clock, Monday afternoon > Lent W..k' "t f i'
t CAUSE OF YOUR VOTES. I WAS ABLE TO in the Havana Recovery tr.atm.ntl! Winner -
Baptist AH Quality Courts Motels! are rnuH from en III-
Church with the Rev. Dirk now honoring Uiner nub unIt nea that ha* probably laaan' Vera Cunn
RUN A VERY CLOSE RACE. HE WHO HAS
Octean and the Rev Mont Hash .
20 Is
card st wU *s AmericanIrgpr.s 10 yar to develop no Bonus Winners -
officiating Interment was In card. Quality I Ie _- quick process, according tn that.
ANALYZED THE VOTES IN EACH PRECINCT the Long Branch Cemetery la pawed of some tOO frtnchiaed Florida Alcoholic Kahabillut-' Rayiield William ,I ,
Cairo Ga. with the Butler- moUl and 11,000 unl'". Ion program.AUCTION. I Allene Davis 4 '4L: "I'
KNOWS THE NARROW MARGIN BY WHICH Morgan Funeral Home In -- :. '
charge of arrangement. I Ethel Davis .: h
Survivors Include her bur J. M. Mayo a .natl. .J
THE INCUMBANT WON. THOUGH YOU band J. A. McCrory. Havana,
I three daughters! Mrs. IL W. Edna Mae BrownDOUBLE
AND I DID NOT WIN THIS RACE FOR Prince and Mrs Mildred Scott,
both of Orlando, and Mr, J. A.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ON A COUNTY Bartlett of Quincyf two eons,
J. L. McCrory. Orlando, and
WIDE BASIS. WE DID WIN IN DISTRICT Charles IL Mc&wy, Tsllehss- W 16th COLA CBL 29c
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see; one brother, C. C. MerrMt, Saturday, May ? >.
Newton Ga three
| aiatirs Mrs.
ONE AND I BELIEVE WE WILL HAVE BETTER J, L. Filcher Atlanta. Ga.. Mrs.
C T. Brady, Cairo O*.. and L.. 10 A. M. SHARP .21 s. All Gold MedalBLACK
REPRESENTATION DURING THE NEXT Mrs Laura Mult, Largo; 13
grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren **-" '
FOUR YEARS THAN EVER BEFORE. and one ..-.-raD4child. CONTENTS OF THE FAMOUS U RICE 4 ,. 59c

CHEROKEE HOTEL HI J3ag

BOYD LEONARDPaid The UM..i Bute Sugar PEPPER

ann Corp.rowdy: endad in fee CtewMm granding: afterprocMinff a.*. TallahcuMs, Florida 73 W.bb'

e sewed 1.111.401 .
( Political AdrJ net tows ef augtr aa. iMo
20MO ton of sugar sad 19f 112 FLOUR 2s' S179 Can 5c
in Guest Rooms
Furnishings
04 I0 slims*_ef wohe..a.__I


llso 60 xctlltnl Dining Chain Dining and Maxwell HouseINSTANT


Banquet Table! .. 100 St..l Folding Chairs
-THANKS- COFFEE $149
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Lobby Chain. Lobby Light Fbtu,... Large

Lobby Lamp-Tabl.! Combinations. Grand ;.. '\ \ \ '


Piano.Water Cooler.Dish Washing Machin., TASTE-IO-SPRING
I WISH TO THANK THE PEOPLE OF GADS FRESH
Stainless St..1 Sinks Office Desk. Eta

s FRUITS & VEGETABLES

DEN COUNTY FOR RETURNING ME TO THE Excellent Clerks Desk and Back Wall Ensemble


BeKzutlfully Paneled in Walnut Approxlnately -

WITH SUCH AN OVERWHELMING 1
LEGISLATURE t
32 feet wide, like new. APPLES 4BaLbg. 49c


VOTE. I PROMISE THE SAME Everything Must Be Sold! $ Btackeye a


PEAS lb. IOc
DEDICATED SERVICE. Hotel has been doted since December -

Building Is to be torn down. Inspection Fresh TenderOKRA

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W. M. "Bill" INMAN Thursday and Friday May 14 IS, 9 AJ4. to :


$ P. M. Howard Cranston LETTUCE load 14c II b
MEMBER STATE HOUSE OF HEPBESENTATIVES:

: ]. A. Stiles Estate Auctioneer

, .. (Paid Potflcol MrertWaT) Owner Phone 2224478 \ I

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. UKE LINCOLN SAICM Recruiter, 9 12, Poet Office; Alcoholics Anonymous Congratulations to the Rev
and Mrs Guy Wade on the bin,,
.nd continuing and Al-mon Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Par- of s ton. Mr. Wade breesed ",

THE CHATTAHOOCHM: TRIBUNE (ivfA risk House. AROUND here and said the baby has mora

PublMied Mcb Thursday .t IS S. sladlsoa Street l lJr SLAVE 18 1964- Center 8 5 Kiwanis hair than he has.
A fotin H. r.rnr Nawnxip.rESTABLISHED F Monday, May Canning ;
Club 1 Jefferson House Masonic Gads- The And I understand the oni
I OIQulncr p.m., ; Lodge,
Florid den Chapter No. 30, R.A.M., TaLMar-Qula Council SQUAREs reason "Papa" George Mann l lan
the la 'esun.
seo.e nor.. P said w Qaa.r "h.1.. stay on ground
23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social Security Representative
his feet are so big
tine Tsar M.00 Two Vmn. MM Eta Moothm. '1.71 9:30: a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy sai rAnd Just too exhausted to unie

J. L. Hutchlnaoa ,......u.A.rIIeJ Scout Troop 203, 7,30 p.m., Scout Hut; Girl. Scout anymore bye-bye!
Cutout Ai.__ sad N_. Troop 148, 4 p.m. First Presbyterian Church; QulncyMln'

Slow-Pitch Softball Massey Drugs vs. Ran. congratulations to all the Clow Parferws
00114O FD dy's, 7:30 p.m., Doyle Conner Field. winning candidates and their Chicago Al Aekermaa, I- '
NATIONAL EDITORIAL 1j faithful helpers who have work- believed to be the oldest wor
gACKSUDER'etllwcr Tuesday, May 19, 1964- Life Underwriters, 12 noon, ed hard and long. In tact, log clown In the United Slat .
= c L t Kittrell's Restaurant; Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary from all reports some of the has been In show business f
the hardest The SwiUerUnd-b. ,
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local campaigns were years.
Club, 1 Jefferson House
oc 0 p.m. ; Quincy Dementaryand fought and certainly the performer says he enjoys cln ,
High School P.TA., 7:30 p.m. High School Auditorium biggest voter turnout recorded life so much be has no thoug
hoH ; Lions Club, 7 p.m., KlttreU's RestaurantQuincy ; here. That's the way It should of retiring. "The circus '
Men's Slow-Pitch Softball Talquln Electric be. It shakes everyone up good keeps you young and it r,'
to have s lot of candidates boring"
On WWI PensionsWorld Coop. vs. N. F. Experimentala, Doyle Conner Field, running for office makes everyone -
r I 7:30 pm.Wednesday look into the intricate
War I Veterans make a push next month for Job of running s government -
pensions. May 20Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Pout whether It be national, state or I

Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant Exchange I f'5
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Known ai "Wonnies, the veterans are to bring members local.Well, politicking Is waging tI
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of their organization to Washington to persuade Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center strong at Quincy High among
lawmakers to back the measure in this election y.ar. 8 5; Marine Recruiter, 9. 12 noon Post Office; I the students. We had posters Stab IU/Ir ria Ot sinsa IuUMt

The first thing the vets mush do, however, Is to pry the Cadsden County Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gads-' _spread TV all room over-our family front room.porch

bill out of the House Veterans Affairs Committee whereIt + -. den County Hospital I (PS. 11'. all one room -
has been bottled up since January, 1963. Chairman Not trying to show off)

Olin Teagus, Texas Democrat, Is strongly opposed to the IMPORTANT NOT news-
The National Outlook Please, please get your
measure and has refused to schedule bearings.A Pentagon PressureTrouble Items In by Tuesday at Noon.
discharge petition has been filed to remove the bill This time of year we are rushed i

from the committee. However 218 signatures eve on the is brewing in the Pentagon and may boll over By George Hiftdorn should produce an Increase In I half we to have death trouble and remembering sometimes -

petition The Wonnies hope their drive will attract enough before the November election. THE HIGH ROAD AND federal revenue of between $3 our names.
additional signatures to force the measure to the floor. The issue is one of policy concerning bankers and THE LOW ROAD and $4 billion s year. The deficit Amusing sight Was eating
in Kittrellt t'other day and
The proposed provides $100 monthly pensions to rockets. Last September Congressman anticipated for fiscal 1963ls noticed s young tourluter wearing
World War I veterans and $75 to their widows. To be Air Force Chief of Staff Curtis LeMay has been told Wilbur Mills, Chairman of the about $5 billion, so the gap a T-shirt with "Property of

eligible, one could have an annual Income no greater to stay put until February, ostensibly to round out 35 yearsof House Ways and Means Committee can very quickly! be made up U Daytona Beach Jail" on the rm AM STOMACH, RURAL TROUBLE ALABAMANSTo Et1

than $2,400 if single, or $3,600 if married. serivce .to his country. made this historic statement further growth in pending la front The of tobacco It farmers are lookIng GULPING A GUttfU OF
league Is opposed to the program primarily becauseof The clgar-chomping General has an outspoken critic : ". There are two restrained. Thereafter we will so tired and no wonder Wtrtt CONTAINS POWDWra,
of Defense roads the Government could fol- have s choice between using with all of thla mixed CWWREO STRAWS Or THE
of cost He says It would be $4.4 billion over the first Secretary Robert MacNamara's bomber phaseout crazy up
low toward a larger, more the $3: to $4 billion annual weather wind, hall, water BROOM SAME..,
five years. program.It's prosperous economy the tax revenue Increase for furthertax logged tobacco.
The Wonniee say they are the first U. S. veterans who no secret MacNamara has considered dumping Le reduction road or the Government reduction, and using it for Well, just a few more weeks

have not received a general pension. May more than once, especially after their missile-bom road. expenditure He went on increase to uy that Increased spending and all the misery for the young
The Subcommittee
believe should have the to her feud heightened in recent months. the program people will be over school You can dependon
They Congress opportunity the tax bill then before of s $5 billion annual upending will be out. 'Course some will
"approve or disapprove" the pension. And we agree, Now General Thomas Power, Strategic Air Commandchief House embodied ". a firm Increase would probably destroy have to go to summer school us for your
suggesting Congress 'disapprove. Ls to retire November 30th. With this announcement positive assertion of the pref- all hope of further tax Was talking to s friend of pharmaceuticalneeds.
for
United States
snore of the cuts In the foreseeable future.
mine who Is struggling\ with s
came word Power is publishing his long'suppressed the tax reducUon road." By contrast, s policy of clove pretty frantic schedule She .
LBJ CampaignPresident book, "Design for SurvivalPower's Congressman Mllla' attitude control over spending would, sighed, "I'm sure glad not one
buleprint for earring out the military mission reflected that of many other make pokslble another major but me and my hairdresser
Eyndon B. Johnson's campaign for election to of deterring aggression has remained on the staff for five leaden. A seemed new to political be arliing atmosphere tax reduction within this decade know the color of my hair." F. P. May
Had to read Hutch's "Pieces
the Presidency a position he now occupies as a result of years under Defense Department orders. in which the benefits of lower One thing to remember: the of Bits" to find out that GUI
the death of another President has been in progresssince Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Maxwell Taylor, tax burdens the would alleged have benefitsof priority high road of tax reduction and Pee Wee Smith over at City Drug Co.
Whit. House last I over the low road of Increaaed Hall had the measles. No
he arrived in the Novembtr. ( I'm
possibly strated a new trend when he wrote his new spending propoiala
quit ipendlng, do not lead to the
627.7601
That Is because President Johnson is a master poliUcan military memoirs, and was elevated to his presentposition. This. lmpre &ion war confirmed sabe destination. Both devicescan not Buddy.going) You to say know It, this Christine time, Phone
and knows DO other way. It Is also because he has strong In January when President result In heightened economic Vickers has been lot Quincy Fla.
Johnson submitted s budget for getting s
ideas about the) future of the United States, and becausehe Power's publication, followed by any similar move by fiscal 1965 which called for s activity.activity generated But the economic by ->f_'phone_ calls. i I
wants to be President of all the people, and the great highly-regarded Lemay might cause a political and military pending total below that of government spending is In the
healer of American factionalism and racial strife. the previous year If this materializes production of goods and services -
flurry also results who is in the
depending on : It will be the first for government The eco- FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
To be the moderate who heals the wounds of all
,
great While House next pending drop In S )'ear.. nomic activity released by Ux
factions, Johnson must win an overwhelming victory in But those who prefer the Increased cuts produces goods and services Call or VisitWlaw
November and he will not be satisfied unless his victory year.QUINCY government > spending that people want as In-
road were only temporarily silent dividuals.
is overwhellng. during this period. Theyare '
He wants the people of the nation to endorse him, the CALENDAR OF EVENTSA still very much with ua!
first Southerner to occupy the White House in a. hundred and still unconverted. This'' / 4fJlCfJI
school of political thought reemerged v
years, and give him the task and the support to Community Service by the with the recent report' READY MIX y
become the great compromiser of the twentieth century. of s Senate Subcommittee offering -
Cadsden County Chamber of Commerce 627-851 "Proposals for s Comrehenilve -
That he much than CONCRETECONCRETE
is why wants very to carry more forty > Employment snd

Slates in the coming election. Calendar Is based on Information reported by club Manpower Policy In the United -
His popularity Immense.. at the moment. Of course, he Statea."
secretaries and; program directors as of the Friday *
preceding The report, endorsed by s
is not "in" because in six months the picture can change. pr altar
publication. majority of the Subcommittee, YOUR
And the Republican campaign has not begun, nor has urged that the primary economic AGENT
an opponent been nominated. One can, however, say goal of the nation should be
with certainty that if Johnson doein't win by a big mar. Thursday, May 7- Canning Center, 8 5; Men's Slow- the reduction of unemploymentto

gin, he will be deeply disappointed, and handicappedin Pitch Softball, Randy vi. NF. Experimental, Doyle 3 to percent assert by". .1968.. realization It wenton BLOCK ;
his plan to lead the nation with his healing art, towarda Conner Field, 7:30; Florida State Employment Service, of this goal will require an Increase I '"' "
Better D.aLAdlai 9 3, S. Robert Si. In federal expendituresof INSURANCEand
at leant SJ billion a year.
Friday, May 8- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon Thus the question of "whlcbroad" Oakland Concrete REAL ESTATE
For Senate? Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; Can his not been finally
tettled. It will remain the central Products CompanyAllen
ning Center, 8. 5 Pilot Club, 7 Air Force Recruiter
The latest boomlet for Adlai Stevenson Is not concerned ; p.m.; issue of fiscal policy for BoBfek and MAin 7-6262
9.12, Post Office the future
with the Presidential nomination, but with a Senate seat, The problem becomes more John Thomson 15 North Stewart Street QuincyNext
as one of New York's two United State Senators. The idea I Monday, May 11- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; concrete If we look at s few Phase MAJa MOM ( Door to First Federal Saving A Loan Association)
behind the boomlet is to run Adlal against Kenneth Keating : Canning Center, 8.5; Eastern Star, 8 p.m.. Masonic system figures.normal Under economic the present growth tax I

Republican Senator who 1s up for reelection.This I Building; Social Security Representative 9:30: a.m., -,- -- .-- --- -- -- -
would accomplish two things. It would give the Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30:

Democrate a formidable candidate, in fame and reput- p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First
Icdon. to run against a formidable Republican, and it Presbyterian Church; Men's Slow Pitch Softball Randy -

would take Stevenson out of the Vive Presidential derby ', vs. Joe Wedeles, Inc., Doyle Conner Field, 7:30.: Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet
Whether it would cost Stevenson his seat In the United
Nations, as the U. S. Ambassador and hear of the U. S. Tuesday, May 12Canning Center 8 5; Rotary Club,

t t delegation is a question but he would almost certainly Building 1 p.m., Jefferson Gadsden House; Blue Lodge Net, 8 Trimmers p.m., Masonic, 7:30 makes crooked roads feel like going straightChevrolet's
; Emergency :
have to give up the U, N. poet Even If he won, Stevenson .
Club House Shadow St. W. Munroe
would be trading a higher postttion, as for as the p.m, ; George Full Coil suspension makes All seven Chevrolet engines are precisionthe
P.T.A. Softball N. F.
Men's Slow Pitch Experimental
international picture Is concerned for the Senater seat ; crookedest S-curve seem on the leveL balanced for smooth operation. And
It is doubtful If the two-time Democratic Presidential vs. Massey Drugs, Doyle Conner Field. 7:30 p.m. With > double-acting shock absorber in because your Chevrolet has over 700 insulators

nominee would be Interested In swapping a sure Job as Wednesday, May 13Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Post each corner, it takt'l.h.. jumps out of and sound deadeners, you don't

U. N. Ambassador of the most powerful county In the Office; Army Recruiter, Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, bumps. With 4-link levelizing control you 110AME have to shout to have yourself heard.

world for a chace to run as a Senate candidate from the KlttreU's; Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House: get away with Jet-smooth acceleration I It's Trade '2'." Travel Time at your Chevrolet .
Elate of New York. With built-in anti-dive control, come TIME dealer's the
Canning Center, 8 5 p.m. you perfect time to try the
Should he decide to do so, one might conclude he felt to Jet-smooth stops. And with low-friction Jet-smooth ride. Find the meanest stretch
klsdays as U. N. Ambassador numbered. Thursday, May 14- Canning Center, 8. 5; Florida State Ball-Race steering,you waltz over twisting _ea, ___ of road you can. Then see for yourself how
Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St.; Quincy roads as gracefully as a ballerina. straight a crooked road can feel
Men's Slow-Pitch Softball Schedule, Joe Wedeles.
Wet Roads & You Inc. vs. Talquln Electric Coop., 7:30: p.m., Doyle

Safety experts have been telling us for a long time to I Conner Field.
low down in the rain. !
Friday, May IS- Canning Center, 8.5: QuIncy Wom-
However, the technical behind that warningwere
reasons
an's Club, 11 a.m., Woman's Club House; Air Facer
not fully understood. Experience bad proved a car -- -- -
was more likely to skid under wet conditions.But .

experts really didn't know the full stray until re -

cently. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration \\ ... I fQ1" "" "'1" ....., "" ," ".t ;,.:

says Its Langley Research Center found the answer I: '. ';Of"it ,

by accident. ,
,
"' '' v raw.
When an automobile with 25 pounds of pressure In its {\ tt. : .\.. :It.
tires Is traveling 52 miles an hour with MS of an inch t
of water on the surface, the car actually moves along .. .. .,.. .' rJ.fIt ,.IH'''' + I

with a hydroplalnlng effect! with the tires on the Him of t., Shortestdistance ,.
water and not touching the pavement.

Braking and steering efficiency is'almost completely "..t. ";" ., between. two- points. Y .I itY
lost. 04

Driven should benefit from this space-age knowledge

and drive accordingly and live to reach their destination.


Trial By JuryThe

Supreme Court's decision barring a Jury trial far
former Governor Ross Barnett and Governor Paul Johnson
of Mississippi ranks as one of the most thought' provoking -I '!\\UL' ftp *
handed down by the high tribunal in many years. '1 re.veryou want (to go your telephoni gets

The conclusion: Inexplicable to many and the division you there quickly conveniently, tconomicjlry,

of the court (the 5-4)) ls puullng. .J''! every respect ytur telethon_ is the,

Members generally regarded as "moderate' voted to || vhorttst distance I between two points.
deny the Jury trail In this criminal contempt case, while I:\.1'J
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"
some of the most liberal were in the minority, favoring 1t "" .';" $ : '" .
..I "' .. ..tIIIIIJ! .. ... ,
a Jury trail :-.t- r l.nM !*, ;>.p".c. ,

To the average laymen the right of Jury trial seems ... HECK THE T-N-T DUll 01CHCTIOUT* CKETEUC CHC1T U> COIUII ADO COIIETTC MOV IT TOOK CNEf IOLET. DUttri
clear under the Sixth Amendment which says it Shall be I -

accorded the defendant in any criminal case, and that ,,.?. COMPANY IMPRINT
the Jury shall be drawn from the slate or district In.which

the offense is always occured.It difficult. for any court to get around that ., MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

the close 5.4 vote and the political atmosphere In the ;; ;: liiilI Quincy Telephone Co 1:23:

Despite popular sentiment against the Mississippkms. I North Adams Street Qulncy. Floridapu

nation, lead many to wonder about this decision. '"


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4m "KISS ME" And In the bill of right there
(DonOOI .. ., ...",.,.... MOTHER .-e-e.,,... Ii an even more Important provision I
THE It guarantee to the I
press a freedom of expression'
p FARM which, under all the judicial I
torn decisions Is anything but limited -
; and from that may come *
tUkl-" FRONTBY Ine of quietly devastating editorial -
comment to make the
most self-complacent political SILLSstacked
DOYLE CONNER autocrat feel he would be more

_____X3 OMMISSIONER I comfortable In hell A Brett
AGRICULTURE country, this You couldn't
DEPARTMENT OF '
FLORIDA <. .: '" have half the fun in any other.

. PI., 1,140 jI it,...: ,. ". "'"

'or at."" Th U. S. Department of Agoculture's >, .'\.'A Hiers Completes

frb thera'i bound to be a reek "t. .''''m'r \' ,
," feed M A reaction! In 1864-65 :-- '> '" U.S.A.F. Basic
n '
to be, M be drialic.: I IS.n
rc "" "quit a In contrast to the national
Antonio Tex Airman
gh -
J :" It our Florida cattlemen Cecil C fliers, ion of Mr. and
inn t important being very cautious.. Offi r '. Mr Cecil M Him of Rt I,
tattle pri figures show we had only
Quincy, has completed the first
- liyed cattle and calve on feed phase of his Air Fore bask
later. good and choke grade on I military training at Lackland
An 1. That'a a drop of 44 per AFB, TexAirman,
ed to be under the) total of January
lien hit been
ae-
of April this year and a 38 per cent
eoted for technical training asa
noted Une under a year ago. supply sneclallat" at the Air
cattle Number la Alabama and Training Command (to T C UP?
l slaughter are down materially! school at Amarillo AFB, Tex.
log the the January 1 total Ala Ills new unit Is part of the
showed a drop of about 10 vast ATC sutem which train
beduned \: from a year ago, but in r airmen and officer In the dime -
up. I the total on feed was 1 tkllls required by the na-
tip again. 1 more than 45 per cent above Ions aerospace force.
lot 1963 total. The airman I I. a gradual of

a new Only I In fairly recent yean .A Qulncy High School I
J
total was the importance of consumer
a year been subject of in r
. a 1 Billy J. Turner I
> t f iF A
One by: American buai- .
,,-----,- .... .. ._ .
Cattle 1 : .4It. r.- WI
A rift on Mother' Day-for mother-whlch expresses all the On OkinawaFort
gluttons The old hlUand-mlea practice I
affection and love she shower her U
on family portrayed by this
comment putting something on the "H' figurine titled! "KIs JJ ."
late In appropriate Burknrr Okliwwa _
and the
hoping consum This charming ceramic, In delicate pastel, imported from Army 2d L,. Billy J.
Turner,
will ha
buy it down Bavaria
during QUINCY'd drain. gone throughout,portrays the world-one miniature the"Kl*Me"request of children 2 1, whose parent. Mr. and Mr.'
which
mother
always
rrant-and ill
OUt Today millloni of dollar are a lovely figurine to start or add to any collection. Ralph Strong, live on Route 3.
Quincy,
about In on conwrner reeearch and Authentic "Hummel" "nrnrlnes" are t.lthfull1l'tprodul'tcl from 97th was assigned to the
went right )'* In effort to determine the sketches by the late Sister Berta Hummel creator of the Okinawa civil Affair Group on
April 23.:
and the consumer wants and world most loved children.
Sooner ao a product can be de- Delicately tinted i and hand rlawj, each "Hummel flnirin I* Lieutenant Turner wu gradated -
and marketed in a man a treason. unto lu "' "Ki" Ma" stands S inches high" and Is from Quincy High School
to make the available!' nationally l at An*gift and department stores as wells* In 18.18: and received his bach'lor
(: I've mentioned previously r:the at the "Hummel"I Pavilion at the New York World' Fair where of science degree In Journ-,
being made in Iriadiet- th*largest existing collection of"Hummel"figurine ii OB display llsm from Arkansas State Col- PAY
and for*ale.
1121 of food product to extend SigmaDChl He la a member
storage hfe without re Epallon fr.tern-
oa. Mow studies are jy "WHOLESOME1" instead ten have been astonished to II)'.
PAT ....' to learn what I I.,of I "nontoxic?" see the rabid rival hobnobbingin
to be consumer reaction It la possible a fair.inedsalt. an aura of brotherly love,
the idea of Irradiated food. cational and promotion progarm
Will the housewife shy away may be required to put over the U* one of the great thlngi

them because of fear en idea of food trradisUon-prt- about life In America. You can oLocaf IlJu"nt'JJ L
del'ed by publicity concern servation.In get Into politic up to your eyes BV
I danger of radiation fall one survey of consumer and risk nothing but what
? referencea it was Lund that some other politico do
,, there's no contam soon, shopper will choose private temporarily to your
of product subjected label grocery item over You can join any r.pu.atlnn'l!
Irradiation. Sterilizing rays national: brand providing the ,'ty you please and
One through the product, but price spread between the two Ibl* rule of reason say.whatever .
not come In contact with I' not too great. you please about the H.ukA
source. If the spread goes beyonda Damnable Opposition and M* major oil
'I eon|any for two
and leader
studies are seeking certain point It appear the policies year has pioneered in a typeof
learn, for Instance, how Irr- Americana like It because you
housewife i i. apt to wonder why, advertising whkh CHECK.
can get on the most conven may re-
up
foods should be label- and begin to question whetherquality lent barrel head In Athens, volutionise national product ad-
Should the wording include
I has been sacrificed illtM
II Ohio In front of the city hall vertiwng. ,
I"IRRADIATED" and should It .
lower-priced product In Iowa The company diverted 113,
Waterloo
-- or at.he
I'v* mentioned it before, but mid-areal rross-pethi In Cen- OOO.OUO from national media to
President Johnson recently em- tral, Riverside or HemmingPark I local newspaper in communities -
NEED A GOOD PLUMBER
phasised it again Uncle Sam and shout your stuff till wherever they had dealeri
IN A BIG HURRY I doemt plan to reduce tariffs the sun goes down The newspaper ranged In ala
on foreign manufactured to I fl'OOthe smallest weeklies to
AT
REASONABLE
COST? I their market for U. S. Farm You can express the view, large dailies.

product restricted only to the boundsof The change to the email community
:I.I If you think the railroad the late If U Mencken's newspaper, was an unusual -
labor bargaining was a hard nut American English: that the step In an age of rentraliiallon /-
or want to contract I to (crack wait until you see other party faction fusion or of national advertising.
a big or little lob? what happen at the International caucus I* led by a bunch of But the move paid off. To
sessions on tariff reduction ballyhoo artist, hypocrite, local consumers the great International -
THEN DIAL 627-3884 which are getting underway.CORNERS horsethleve or WOI'Ie. and nobody company took on
Is going to haul you up the character of a local institution
24 HOUR SERVICEI! andCORRIDORS I before constituted. 'authority: unless aiding local dealer and
that I., you v* completely supporting the local new med-
violated the Revised Statute
MOODYPLUMBINGCOMPANY Though habitually Ignored they ium.The
still do say something about oil company did something ocoe
1927 Mainline Drive slander else which was consider
By Frank E. llenrkel ed drasltie among national advertisers. .

QUINCY. FLORIDA "Furlou Exchange of Verbal And by getting yourselfelected It Included detailed e s

Shot Marks Bsc for Offices to Congress you can copy, often running over a
Next Door to B&H Construction Company ." Headline Florid do ever better; for there' thousand word In each advertisement -' r
Times-Union Jacksonville provision In Section S of Article ,
1 of the U 8. Constitution Because the copy was In.
Quite Interesting But It'* forbidding anyone to make Wresting and because It offered
time now to forgot the things trouble about anything you say valuable information to
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. we've heard the candidate' saying on the floor of the Senate or reader on automobile maintenance I
about one mother In the House, U says that for any It was thoroughly reed.
(4 primary, and decide to take congressional speech or debate Even the company was .........
CHARLES KINARD Owner perhaps less seriously the condemnation no lawmaker shall be questioned by the interest In Its advertisement
Remodeling Addition to be exchanged In In any other place.So *.
the runoff. the senator from Maineor After a year of experiment t:
NEW CONSTRUCTION It i been like this, we should Montana, or the representative the company ws ao pleased/ ; .
Garage Carport Porch.. ,,1 remember, ever alnce the first from Wyoming or West repeated Ha approach.
or second aspirant for public: Virginia may rise to remark two-foU
The lasenn here
Roofing Siding Cabman ':office called his worthy opponent that the last preceding speaker to local es well
And
Florida Room Enclosure I pustlanlmoui pup, and the across the alsl was one national it applies ed'lrtlMl'IlI
gentleman thus assailed. responded suspected of setting fire to an aa
"No Job Too Large or Too Small" : by dubbing his esteemed orphan asylum or putting srsenle I AU business I* local "idproduct andDOUBLE
Havana Highway Phone 627-8495 adversary a polecat or a In somebody's w.; and muet be sold at the
skunk Then always, few day there will be no recourse In I 1000al..level regardlesa of u..
I:after the election voting eki- ,court of |jty. slse _of the! rompanyt and __
f. If advertising espy P"mlaee -
something V the feeder
it will me thoroughly read reardles -
of -&th.Trucker .
THE DEPENDAOLES: SUCCESS CARS OF'iM I :
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Hauling Permit


Peter Olswwtkl. llven. has
been awarded I wntrset earlier CHECK!

.- rertlflceM to haul Fuller*
earth from mining pill to the
Hafnet Cove Sadism Corp

at plant Olssewtkl. In Oedaden operale Count under the YOU CANT FIND AN EASIER OR MORE CONVENIENT WAY


t busmen. according name to of a Pete Publla'e Trucxng. Utilities TO PAY YOUR MONTHLY BILLS THAN WITH A QUINCY

.I. announcement
The Commission hauling authority eoveri STATE BANK CHECKING ACCOUNT. YOU1L SAVE BOTH

only the transportation of Ful-
erl earth for one company, TIME AND MONEY, THERE'S NO BETTER RECEIPT THAN
ever a distance of about tea
mile There af no rail tuna YOUR CANCELLED CHECK!
Some the need
men never outgrow BnrtoUon between the Woe and

the plant company official
laid the Commlsmioa la a recent
public hearing, sod motor com-
moo carrier are not Interest-
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WOMEN'S PAGE Girls' Auxiliary "


Coronation SetThe

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Person having Item d social nature are urged to caD Girls Auxiliary of the .

Mr. May s. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 First Baptist Church will present
M< annual Coronation ..
r : Service Wednesday, May 11 itt
o'clock. :; 1

Thursday Tea The Hev. Thomas. Cuttlno
ewe' will present the awards one :'
of which will be the cape of
For Mrs. StromOne
Queen Recent to Mill Linda s
Etrlt Srhofleld. Queen Regent ts
of the prettiest parties .U the highest award In Glrli'
of the sprint season was the Auxiliary.
tea liven Thursday afternoon r, ar Everyone to cordially Invitedto {

from three thirty until six till service. im4t

'clock by Mrs. Maxwell Strom ,#x
!n honor of her ,
daughter In 4t Junior Womans tliiab r +
law, Mrs. Lewis Strom. The 1 t, w 5 z#
l hostess home was beautiful decorated
with spring flowers, Club In MeetingThe

osea predominating.An .
I" arrangement of whit Junior WemM Club met
f', roses was on an end table. Friday morning at the clubhouse
: WI Entering the living room man- 'AiLT with the president, Mn.
tel there was a bowl of roses in R. U Massey presiding. Mn

; : ,, havdes of pink tnterepered with O. O. Barnett, sponsor, gave I
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bridal wreath. On Mother table devotional on, "Love, closing t
was eJ"" of Talisman rose N with a poem, "If I Can Stop One a "x bt" vvtt A 't9t1r's "

: :; completed the decor of this Heart From Brttklnf"
J ; room. The secretary Mri. Brady
The table McClellan read the minutes and :
"'" dining was covered 5
4"'; b y and Imported linen embroid- the treasurer MM. Bill Rogers y
'
; red cloth On one end was asilver 1 1L 1Mrs. mad her report. '
h'/, ', and cutglaas epergne The president called on the

10111117 roses, carnation and Department chairmen for their
___ '_"W abys Breath. Corn flowers, yearly reporU.Mi .

Miss Gladys Marie Powell roses and pink spire highlighted W. L. Montague was Miss Lynda Carol Prsnll
th* buffet presented the award for the

Mr. and MM. John Robert Powell Sr., Rout. 1, Greenwood. From the cut glees punch outstanding club women of the Mr. and Mrs. James Rudolph Presnell of Hardawcrf announce

the engagement and approaching marnlage bowl on one end of the table :year. The presentation waa the and approaching marriage of
Florida, announce made by the president, Mrs.Massey. engagement
eoffee served
Marie, to Robert Hill Car- trapper was by their Carol to John Steven Dean, son
of their daughter Gladys Mrs J. Fisher Williams and She also preaented a daughter. Lynda
raway ion of Mr. and vum. Ormand William Carraway, Mn. Henry Faulk. Trays of lift to the club member who of Mr. and Mm. John L. Dean of Quincy. A June wedding

Quincy. Miss Powell 1s graduate of Greenwood High miniature path shells with was Inotrumental In letting the U being planned.

School and U presently employed by the> Florida Development chicken salad, cheese straws, most new member during the
Mrs. J. KInaon Cook.
Commission In Tallahassee. The groom.tc-be graduated decorated cake square end year Father of Mrs. Smith
compote of nuts were also on Mrs. Max Gas Introduced Mr. Parkin.ThomasVOWS
from Quincy High School and attended Georgia the table. Richard Puckett, LeMoyne Art Honored at DinnerMr.

Military College. He Is presently eelf-eraployed In Quln- Greeting guests were, Mn. Foundation of Tallahassee who Recited
The wedding will be an event of Sunday, June 7, Maurice Owen nd Mrs. Byron mad an Interesting talk. Hewn and Mn. Thomas Smith

cy.4:00: p.m. at the Greenwood Baptist Church. Photo byMartin' Suber. *accompanied Lewis II and Mrs by Harold Mn.Georg Miss Sandra Jean Parkin entertained with a family
hostess Mr Lewis In honor of her
Studio. The Richard daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis dinner Sunday
Strom end her mother, Mn. W Robert Johansen of Panama father, Mr. Glenn Griffith of
the Wayne Mn. Walter Miriam :S. Parkin of 1901 t StrongStreet
1. Gilbert in receiving
All the beginners were accompanied were City, new district director of Pensacola became the Calvary who was 73 years old.
Bevis Pupils In by Mrs. Bevls. Aft U1IO. The honor wore a lovely installed the new officer In an ; Spring rowers from the garden *
advanced afternoon dress of turquoise Miss Ida Susan Kittrell And bride of William Robert Thomas -
er Intermission the more Impressive ceremony.
of the hostess were effec.
!lace and chiffon, featuring a of Melbourne Saturday May
RecitalOn pupils played JanetCannon The officers are: president, :
Piano and Belinda Klnard bodice of lac* and a full skirt. Mn. Don Brown; vice president Z at 4 p.m. In the First Baptist lively arranged In the home.
Floor hostesses were, Mn. Wayne Robert Johansen Wed Church In Melbourne. Dr. Following dinner the group
sang a duet, "Over the Rain- Mil. J. Klnson Cook; secretary .
Thunday evening, April boW," accompanied by MnBevls (:Coddle\ Edwards! ,_Mr_ .Pierce Mra. Brady McClellan; ,Stephen H. Baker, pastor ofthe enjoyed reminiscing.Thursday
twenty-third, Mn. Nina Bevls at the piano. Williams Mn. A. B. Blackburn, treasurer, Mr. Alex McMillan; I church, performed the ceremony -
presented thirty..Ight piano The ended with Irs. Douglas Owens, Mrs.I Miss Ida Susan Klttrell, ry Minor Miami, sister of the corresponding secretary! Mra. I In the presence of the Club Meets
recital at program daughter of Mr. and Mn. Fer- I family and friends. The
pupils In a delightful trio -- Marche de Avlateurs" James Johnson, Mrs. Joe Sober bridegroom. Walter HoweU; parliamentarian, couple
the Quincy Woman's Club. by Pierre Le Pre, with MnBevli Vlrs. Hal Vanlandlngham I and nil G. KittraU of of Quincy Robert became Serving were Mn. MUlardCheetnutt Mrs R. L. Mosey; historian, will reside In Melbourne where With Mrs. Fred L. May
were deco- Mrs Beau ford Elder.Approximately the bride Wayne Mra. Charles Dean 'Mr Thomas Is employed
The club rooms Gall Stewart and Patricia I 1 at Mrs. Christine Cook, ; sponsor,
rated for the occasion with mix- Parramore at' the piano. 200 guests Johannen Friday, May Mrs. Hazel Perry and Mrs. Otto Mn James PfeiL Mr. Fred L. May was hostessto
ed spring flowers at points of ,called during the appointedhours. S I pm. The groom's parentsare 'Dalton. Mn. John Cannon, outgoing her Thursday afternoon
interest Circle Mr. and Mn. J. .Stanley Miss Linda Cook kept the sponsor, was presented a pairof 'Mrs. Brooks HostessTo bridge club at her home on At.
After completion of the program Magnolia ohansen[ of Tallahassee.Th irlde's book on a table covered figurine Out-going president Havana Club tapulgus Highway Colorful
punch and cookie were To Meet FridayThe Rev. Thomsa E. Cuttino I with a white embroidered cloth, Mr R. L. Mauey was spring flowers were at point
served. The refreshment table, Engaged Couple performed the Impressive ceremony ,UghJIghted by a nosegay of given a piece of diver In her Mrs. Douglass Brooks entertainted of interest.
covered with an Imported cutwork Magnolia Circle will at the home of the bride lowers. pattern and a charm. Appreciation I her Havana Bridge Club Preceding the game refreshment .
linen table cloth was meet Friday, May 8 at three honored at Party The living room mantel was WM expressed for the st her home. Hose and lilies were served
centered with an arrangementof thirty o'clock at the home of highlighted by I fsn-haped arrangement !dress The with bride wore a blue silk efficient manner In which both ,were effectively arranged at inkreet
Mra. Floyd Bassett with Mn of white gladioli, matching Jacket and filled their offices.
pink rowel In a milk glass I
Mir Mary Mlddleton and points.
Fred Klbilka cohostess.All chrysanthemums, snap dragons an orchid corsage when the Th new president, Mra. Don Birth AnnouncementMr.
epergne. At one end of the John Suber whose marriage will 'couple left for their wedding Mrs. Bob McDavid was highcore
members are urged 'to attend and pam pom On either aide Brown announced u her first
served from
table punch was scrystal be an event of this month were I winner and received a
punch bowl by several this first circle meetingof the bonorees at were brass tree candelabra trip.Mr official act that a workshop I otted plant as did Mrs. Harold and! Mrs. Eugene Watt
of the piano students Cookies the Garden Club year. a delightful Mr. and holding burning tapers. The and Mrs. Johansen will would be held May 22 at 10 am. I Bert who won low. of Perry, Fla., announces the
served crystal trays supper party given by prayer bench was satin covered I reside at 329 Conradl St., Tallahassee at the club. This will be a covered birth of a son April 16th in a
were on At conclusion of three
Warren
Irs Hlgdon their progreaslons
son
from the other end of th* table. Bridge Club Meets In law daughter Mrs and Mrs. and caught with nosegays. The bridegroom la a dish luncheon. the hostess served a Perry Hospital H* has been
senior at
Miss Virginia Fain played Florida State University Rose and mum were effectively named Thome Walter.
The playing of the young With Mrs. Bill Smith and Mrs. T. R. Smith salad plate with coffee.
Johnson traditional wedding music and majoring In Industrial used in the decorationsof The couple has another
much talent
people showed and son,
Saturday night at tIMe Lake Tal- Mn. Larry Parrlah was vocal management and the bride is the club room. Pink roses James who is
I.M'I old
hard work and was enjoyed by Mrs. Jam** Johnson enUr- quill cottage of the HIgdon.. employed by the Florida .
soloist. Industrial spaced at Interval ""'Ion the Mr. and Mn. Henry L. Young Grandparents
parents and friends. The piano tainted her Wednesday Bridge Handle and ivy wer used In' The bride, who was given Inmarriage Comll lllon. luncheon table are Mr. and
I and son Mac of Saudi Arabia Mrs. James Watts end
solos and duets were well Mr. and
presented Club with th* decorstlons.! I
a delightful luncheonat her father, was Hostesses Mrs. Max j
by
were I Ire visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Mrs. C.- W, Thomas
as well as several or Jr., of
her home Mixed Following dancing was sheath
spring flowers supper lovely in a street length Cora Mrs. R. L. Taylor Mrs Wormack.
and numbers. Quincy.
. fin piano were at point of Interest enjoyed. dress of satin brocade. The PresbyterianCircles Michael GstUn and Mn. Fred .
In the living and dining rooms. Among the 40 gumt were bodice featured an oval neckline Hodges. Those serving on the
Following luncb three progression parent of the engaged couple, and elbow length sleeves. Meet food committee were Mn. W.
PETUNIASBeautiful of bridle were enjoy-Mr. and Mn. W. E. Mlddleton, An ovenklrt was attached witha L. Montague and Mrs. Bennie
Colors ed. Mrs. Joe Suber woe bid and Mr and Mrs Morris Subsr., bow in the front folds. I Circles of the First Presbyterian Peacock. MERRILL'Smoke ,

Several Varieties 'score, a box of stationary. and< As a memento of the occasa- Her double tiered shoulder Church met Monday.
Mrs. H. E. Modgan low. Her ton the couple WM given apron length veil cascaded from a The Bible Study was from First
PEARCE'S NURSERY prise was a. set of esh trays. wttb their name on them. crown of matching fabric cowered Psalms and the emphasis' of Baptist selection for
Mm Frank Smith wae e guestat with seed pearls. She carried the month was on the Birthday your ,
the club.seamless Tea For a white satin covered Bible Objective. WMS Meets
----------- Friday white orchids and
crested with Circle 1 of which Mn. Fount

feathered carnations enhanced Way, Jr. U chairman met with The Night VMS of the First Motherfrom
Miss Middleton the white leaves and tiny seed Vtn. Ben Smith Monday st Baptist Church held Its monthly

pearl. ;10 am. with 13 members and meeting Monday, May 4.
Mir Mary Middleton, bride Matron of honor was Mrs. 2 visitors In attendance Mrs. The meeting ws opened with I
elect of John Suber was the Neal O Klttrell Bonlfay, sister 'Cecil Price was Bible moderator prayer led by Mn, Alice Wolf, our large
honoree at a beautiful seated In law of the bride. She and the chairman talked on prerident.
tea Friday afternoon given by wore a street length sheath the emphasis.Circle The minute were read and
selection of
Mm. T. W. Griffin and: Mrs dress of pale blue organza over :2, Mn. C. R. Shaw, Jr, approved
Edwin Embry at the home of the taffeta: featuring an oval neck chairman, met with Mrs. Phil The Mission Study Chairman
line and an eyelet embroidered ,McMuIlen. There were 15 member Mn. Fred
former.A I Moon stated fashion-wise
profusion of mixed sprint Jacket of organia. Her headpiece present. Mr*. Sam, McCall that a new mission study book' lovely gifts.
lowers' in pastel colon were was an open crown pill led the Bible discussion and would be ordered this week.
at of interest box of matching fabric with the chairman talked on the Mn. Hugh Stephens, Community
point I
I 4rt one end of the dining veiling. She carried a bouquetof Birthday Objeo ive. Mission Chairman commented I MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY MARCH 10
t.bf: of Shasta pink carnations trimmed with Circle S of which Mrs. E. C. on the good response to
was an epergne
daiaM and on the other a silver pink tulle and satin bows.William Mahaffey Is chairman met at the food drive for the needy
M. Johansen brotherof the him of Mrs. Lamar Martin last month. She also reportedthat
.
punch 'bowl from which Mrs.Phillip I
I the bridegroom was beat with IS In attendance Mra H the community mtllloDprolet'l

Th hostesses Hillyer served.die brld man.Another A. Love of Mexico and Mrs. for the month of May Store Your Furs & WoolensWith
gave brother, Tom Johansen Harvey Suber were visitors) Is hospital visitation ,
elect a Four way measuring set and Ned Klttrell brotherof Mrs Raymond Boyd was Bible Lois Carter gave the Call to
Among the 80 guest ware the the bride lighted the candies ;Moderator and Mrs. Love talk Prayer, after which Mrs. Hugh
mothers of the engaged Morris Mrs and escorted their moth ed on her work in Mexico Stephens led In prayer for the I
W. E. Middlton and Mrs. Circle 4, of which Mrs. Warren missionaries on our prayer cal MORROWLITTLE
1'1.Th.
Suber. bride' mother wore a Hlgdon is chairman, met endar.A .
pink sheath silk with matching with Mrs E. D. Davis with 10 A short meditation given by
t Mrs. Mercer Bishop accessorial liar corsage was members attending. Miss Mary Stewart was Immediately I FORT KNOX
Hostess At pink orchid. Love of Mexico was I visitor followed by a study of missionary
S Bridge The mother of the groom was Miss Katherine Brown led the progress In four South

Mn. Mercer Bishop was hostess dressed In lime sheath with Bible discussion: and Mrs. T. American countries Argentina
to her Tuesday afternoon matching accessories and won M. Cumbie talked on the em lIb Paraguay Uruguay
club this week. Mixed a white. orchid. phasis. given Elizabeth Weith-
bridge
Mrs. N. A. McNelll, of Al- Circle 5 Mrs. erly.
Huston Rogers
spring flowers wen In the Uvlag -=( IiI
and dining rooms. lance, Fla, the bride maternalgrandmother chairman met with 1 11.. P. C. -- - :
dress Davis with
Winner of high SCOT Mri wore a navy 10 present Mrs. L.
r
Lanier Richardson received a made on soft lines liar conags D. McMillan was Bible Moderator Mason Music
was of white carnations and Mrs. R. D. Woodward .
novelty. Holder of bingo Mrs.
Joe Puber' Jr., was given a personal Following the ceremony Mr. Jr. talked on the empha- COMPANY
and Mrs. KrUnll
article. entertained sitCircle l U E. Washington Street
with la 6 Mn.
At conclusion of three a reception their horn*. Fred Nord-

the hostess served progressions asattraotlve The bride table was covered haua. Jr., chairman, met at the PIANOS ORGANS
with a whit cutwork linen home of Mra. Anthony Wheat }
party plate. cloth. Centering the table was Mine Mary Love of Mexico led Band Instruments
a four branched silver candelabrum the Bible discussion and Mrs. !
Card of ThanksWe and arrangement of Wheat talked on the emphasis.Mr. and Accessories

wish to express our pink and white bride roses, b
h.u1leltp lnn for the anapdragons and carnatloni. I Home Ph. MA 7-6705

many acts of kindness, cards The cake was of four tiers, and Mrs. Tracy Riddle
nylonsmother's I and floral offerings receive topped with a miniature bride and children spent the weekend Ope MOB. Tees Wed. Fit:
,1I during the Illness and passing and groom and surrounded by In WHUston with her mother U S ,... All Day Sat

lof our loved on*. Many man] flowers. I Mrs._c._H. Phlnney. i
thanks to all Pouring punch were Mlsi --- iy his.F .
The Family of Janice Ftournoy and Miss De-
I ( Mrs. J. A. McCrary lord Perry.
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wonderful determination 1 the Mrs. A. D. Lester Is visiting
''a thing In the world 1* to In Brevard N. C. with her son Florida Gas

good to thoee who try to in law and daughter Mr. and
WOMEN'S PAGE you, but It pay through Mr Galloway and family.Mr Income Up
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character and
itrenglhinr giving
Huston Rogers
t and Mr
and
one self respect respectof For QuarterAt
In Birmingham -
God and their fellowman. spent the weekend
i
Persona having Item ol nodal nature are urged to call All of us know people who { with their ton and daughter
'm4e Mrs. JameiRogen
In law Dr. and the annual meeting' held
Mr. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 wound not anise ae opportunityto .
get a dig III.h.t they Tuesday In Orlando, loekhold..r. -

,thought would hurt someone, Mra Ben Megennli of Dothanwas of Florida Gas Compsay

never stopping; to tiling that among those attending heard President W. J. Bowes

meeting of this key committee, those who dig a hole for someone Homecoming at Old Philadel report earning for the first!

but have begun torn tentative else usually fall in It them phiaMr quarter of 1964 of 12,347,000 or
work on a draft report. Any selves. Beware of jealousy, Thejealous # and Mrs K. A. Mac- $44 ihire This
per surpassesthe
suggestions from my readerswill Mnoa baa concept Oowan visited their son tn law
be welcome and carefully of human ups: trie e 4t .n x and d'lIrrh"'r.lfr.\ and Mn Joe the first t IT per quarter share of earned 1083 and in

.ldred. the the difference Hull and family In Marlanna
con Here ire general to equalise
even excetdi net Income of 1 40
headings under which I I wish she feel exist between Sunday earned during the entire year
think we might begin our work.A. herself and thoe who when Mn Richard Gardner Mn, of 1963 Operating revenue for
The Office and Work of the considers superior by pulling /i' Al Baretlch Mri Bradley Mun' the quarter was 114180000. *
Bishop. B. The Structure and them down to their own level, roe and Mn Adrian Anderson It percent Increase over revenue
Suiineia of the Convention. C. thro belittling their abilities, accompanied 33 girl scouts to of tI2.2211.000 for the same
f The Interim Organization casting reflection on their +a r ;it While Sprtngi Saturday to seethe period a year earlier
The Executive Council. D. Th charae robbing them of their w Folk Festival at Stephen Bowen
explained that thegrowth
Substructure of the DIoceee. opportunities for advancementor Toiler Memorial I
In
profit was attributable
and Under Dean which. 2.: I.Archdeaconries Convocation by using; other cruel device.which : Mrs. L. McKlnnon\ spent, to increased volume of
she may conceal for the weekend In natural
Havana with gas delivered by 111
and Archdeacon. S. Other districting t
while. The Ule-bearer and the I
her son In law and daughter pipeline subsidiary and Increased -
problem. 4. Unofficialconsultative mlacheif maker are graded by d'r' Mr. and Mri Paul Langstonand consumption of high
y bodies Clerical, the monster JEALOUSY. They family priority gaa by reaale distribution -
I
area planning council, etc. This have no understanding of the I and Induitrlal cuitomeri.
is but a bare beginning and if stewardship of influence example Volumes of firm gas deliveredto
any of :you have suggestions ** life and love Haven't distribution customers and

to anything under these heads. you hear little vicious people I preferred Interruptible gas sold
please pas them along to either say, "1'11 put her an her place, to Industrial uteri increased
of ua Well this U Election with her IHow ''III .
I'll get even ? percent and 8 percent, repertlvely
y idy Day, and I baY never in sick they are la mind and souls Total deliveries to
my life seen to many people how suspicious and miserable cnnnumen In Florida increased
standing In line so early to do they are because they judge 14 per rent over the same period
their civic duty. I hop that
.
a year ago.BIBLE
"
the. quality.of those nominated otbenl..b1hemae): .
No higher compliment can D* --
Will properly reflect the good -
judgment of the paid a person than hearing a.
quantity of
who really knows Miss Terese Kirk VERSETO
those who voted All members someone ray

the of Parish the Pariah Picnic art which remindedof will them"She doesn't through have and a through jealous Mrs. Allan J. Kirk of Santa Monica, California, announcesthe STUDY

be held at Camp Weed on Sunday bone in her body she rejo4ces approaching marriage of her daughter, Terese, to

May 10. Plant are for all at the good fortune of her friends foe." Joseph F. Cowen, son of Mr. E. J. Cowen of Greensboroand Girl Scout "1. 4ut! ".M ene1 U ....

Mending Immunization to report to the polio and Lotus relative determine, even not to be the lat. Mrs. Cowen. A family wedding Is planned NewsJunior fIJ.... shall .IM your SIMM'1 *."

George Munroe center School at at 1 p.m.the malMoua, vicious. It can all be Saturday afternoon May 9 at the Flat Creek Baptist above. U'ho WM the author of the

and to leave for the camp from traced to Mm inner Inferiority Troop 144 from llallm..ntT
there. Please complex something lurking 2. Through whom WM HupokenT
bring along George Munroe School attended
enough food dishes, and utensils deep in the ub-eonacloua. Church.P..Jofla& weekend with her parents, Dr. the Girl Scout Camp at Silver 3. What his at
for your family. The Day Perhaps the betrayal of a and Mr*. T. W. Griffin. Lake May 13. WM position
Miss Wanda Sue Cross being Mother' Day, It Is suggested mate the rebuff of friend or Mr and Mn, Elliott Whlti the time' T
that the men of the Pariah Just the plain unadulteratedGreen hunt, Jr. and Mr and Mrs. Eight girl and our two lead. 4. V here may this promt be

Mr. and Mrs Clarence O. Cross Route 2, Quincy, announce volunteer for service a* a Eyed Monster Jealousy.I Dean Bill Arnold their ann In law en went. It WM our flnt experience fOlWHl?
Mr, and Mrs. Herman A"...,. Te Bible ,..
the engagement of their daughter Wanda Sue, cleanup committee on that day W* are aU human and not, hav returned from trip to and daughter, of WMIIMon vla cabin camping and w.. I. V.
learned s lot. W* had rain until Jehovah
to William H. Blocker, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blocker, apt to err. All of II'but are let guilty:, Greenfield, Maw, where they lted the first part of the week Saturday afternoon but w. 5. lalh.
of little gossip u. wMh her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
a
of Greensboro. Wedding plans are being made for the strive not to be vendicat, Ube >1 attended the wedding and of their Mkn Otho Edward got our food cooked between 3. The foremost prophet of
month of June. The Rev. Llnra Scott will perform the "Think on big ion, Kenneth Dean ahowen. the Jew.
forgiving. visited Mr and Mr Gordon
Iud DeMaal. They also hoyle
I the 4, A of Isaiah 10ill
Sunday morning church part
All friends and relatives are Invited. thing if you would grow. A* In law of
ceremony. I their ton and daughter and son David and Jimmy service was held by the lake I
I splendid ss in arched rainbow Mr. and Mr* Harold Dean In Enterprise, Ala. spent theweekend It was s pretty morning am
for New York around three no looking back rememberingold ,Hartford, Conn. While sway with her parent, Mr. the aervlre was very effective Card of Thanks

Episcopal that afternoon, we ire movingthe II hurts or scar that'OIll'lMlIt.IIIIII.I prink. they visited many place of Interest. and Mn Hiram Brlnkley.Mr We had wonderful time

time back to what it would and sting dreams, forget forego.If .) *. line Tlmmoni ha returned and now we know how much I wmiM like i r' eiprea nayappreciation

Holes normally be at that time of year richer livingyou would Mr. and Mr*. 1L S. McCaU from visit In Jacksonville fun camping ran he. the many kind-
Church pent three day In Tamp recently with her liter, Mn Unda Griffin neuea shown me during my recent *
anyway. So h* will be with usat know discard self pity, vain ego,
with her mother, Mr*. G. M. Crlchton who underwent ScribeA illness for the flowers! ,
10 I m. on June Hth instead, Bitterness won't let you ting
from Si. Paul' Spence Hall and other relative surgery recently. visits and gifts from relatlv
and everybody ought to be hap I THINK on BIG THINGS.If Mr. Tracy Riddle and daughter Mr*. Sam lliwkln I I. visiting arul friend and especially Mr
The Bishop called me the py. The last Sunday for ChurchSchool 3. seep* I Jealousy you will overthrow upthrow Emily left yesterday for a in Jackionvlll with her son little lea telflohne would Peter Mlllir and lIr, T. W,

other day. This happen ao regular classes will a kindly heart will visit therefore be on Sunday, June into a philanthropic aprlng ,Agnes Riddle and other relative M. Ha*kin and Mr and Mr, some of the world problem. MI. Gladys Richard.
seldom that my Instinctive re- 7th Mr. James Auman andI The results of the flnt round Never let s I tug at .
Jtt'kI lUwkln. -- --
flex la to groan Inwardly and have been deputed by the matches In the Women' Championship your t undertow, J. D. Davidson la
say, What have I done now? Committee on the Stale of the Golf Tournament at HINK on BIG THINGS. I Mr L. C. Fleming and I Mrs. It. II. M. OrmomlU
But everything 1* all right after Church for the Diocese, to the Sawano Club were a* follow daughter Babe of Albany, Cla, pending this week at
all. He just wondered if we look into the matter of the or- *. (Sine the word defeatedha pent the week end here with a e h attending Bynwllcal

might not find a way to have ganization and operation of the luch s dismal final sound Hospital Report I her mother, Mr*. Henry Faulk ,Training School. and niecesKann
the service a little earlier on Diocese, a* s sub-committee, w* will limply put the winner Mrs. W. M. Adamson of I Mr*. I'aul Ingram
Biln- 'Wfjdt
the day he I* scheduled to visit and to draft report for Incorporation In the left hand rolumnlChamplonahlp ) C. HUI, Al*. I II visiting her and Susan Hell of
St. Paul' W* hid planned for Into the general reportof Admissions Apr. tl May 4 lIOn In law and daughter Dr. bridge attended Homecoming
eleven ..m., but a* he had to the Committee at s whole. I Flight Joseph B. Poston Mr. Beatrice nd Mr*. B. D. Blarkwelder. .it Old hllde1phla Church w
boards train in Jacksonville was obliged to miss the flritMOTHEOSZ535KX Margaret Markham Lucille ._ Hire Mrs Annie K. Kim- I Mrs Gordon Beets of Tampa 'Sunday.Mr. (
Margaret Markham brough Mr* Annie Clark, Mrs arrived recently to vlalt Mr. and and Mn. Herbert Massey on
Lucille Shelter Vslli I idoree, Mr. Grady Allen, Mr*. A. J. Phillip and daughter Mr. Van Pitt-
Jean Taylor Betty Curry ,Mr. Betty Lou Maxwell MraBenl Mia Helen Parish of Winter man and daughter Ashley Gall MOTHER'S DAY wire delivery
I Helen Taylor Jeanne Cintey Lester, Mn. Mirgorl Park was a recent guest of Mr*. 1'Klman of Dad City spent thisweekend fromEDWARD'S
First Flight Morgan, Mri Helen Brown J. C. Davis. with Mr*. Masaey'a
to Martha Carol Smith Mn. Sens Maria Fur all of Among thoee here Sunday to mother, Mn E. B. Embry and
Florence Ktgdon Quincy. attend Homecoming at Old attended Homecoming at Old FLORIST

Carolyn Pixel James Benjamin Lewis, Mn Philadelphia Church wire Mr. Philadelphia. I

KITTRELL'SMOTHER'S Elizabeth Cintcy Ethel Dalton, Havana; Mn. Dorothy and Mr*. R. K. Shaw, Mr. and Miss Hid Boetlck returned Ph. 627.7177 1014 W. Jefferson St.
f Audrey Helen Ingram Frailer, Mri. Zelda Gloria Mr*. W. E Woodward Mr. and Tuesday from s welfare meeting
Sarah Budd Brown, ChaUahoorhee; Mr. Mrs. Hun Coulter and Mil Alberta In Jackaonvlll /
on Anne Drew Lila Gardner Maggie Tool, Mn. Sharon Patterson' of Tallahaasee Mr*. Douglas Owen, Mr*.
Several second round matches ,Elaine Watson, Tallahassee: Mill Joann Mallard of Orlando Nevln Smith, Mn. C. II. Bentley -
DAY have also been completed and Mr*. Vlney Richards, Telogla, wai a recent guest of and Mr.. N. U Woodberry I
final round will be played thisweek Mr*. Annie Clay, Bristol; John Mre. Oscar: F. May. ,pent the weekend In Montgomery
between Jean Taylor and Cook. Vernon; Mrs Myrtle Mr. and Mr. Fred May, and and attended May Day fee BELK HUDSON
For Advance Clemma Cay for the club King, Mill Valley, Calif daughter Mr. Pat Woodward Uvltle at Huntingdon College I
.- Y Reservations championship Lucille Shelter BIRTHS Mr. and Mn. Guy and son Pit Munroe Woodward Dr. and Mr Calvin Curry
and Jeanne Cantey are finalist Wade, boy, April 28, Mr and Mr*. C. II. Curry and son and and ton and Mr*. I'at Wood
CALL 627-8903 In the championship coniols- Mn. Eugene T. Maxwell, boy, daughter In law, Dr. and Mr*. ward and son of Cialnoivlll
lion flight. May I, Mr. and Mn. it. E. Morgan Calvin Curry and son Alex of pent the weekend here with'

KITTRELL'S RESTAURANTWest Audrey Helen Ingram and Jr, boy, May 1 and Mr. Gainesville and Mr*. Edwin Em.ry their famllle and attended
Martha and Mr. Robert L. Brown boy,
Carol Smith will play are vacationing at Emerald Homecoming at Old Philadel (
for winner of the Ant flight My 7.Tuesday. Crest. phia. ,

Jefferson Street QuincyMOTHER'S The flnt night consolation Mr*. Arthur Corry ha returned Mr*. John MeAf.., Mn Nor
eml-flnals have not yet been from a visit In Greensmoro man Shaw and Joe llormby

completed. Morning N. C. and Clemson, 8. C. with visited relatives In Birmingham
Club In SessionThe relatives Friday night and from

Mir Paul Laalle, student there went to Hopklntvllle Ky,
DAY LOVE HATEBy Tuesday Morning Dupll- at Chi poll 00111I,., Martanna to visit relative and were accompanied
10 ste Master Point Bridle pent the weekend with her home by Mr*. {

Sunday, May May S. Rl.barda.s Game played at the home of parent, Mr. and Mr.. J. K.Uall 8hw' brother Pan Wllllama.
There Mn J. Flatter Williams. Cut- *. who spent the winter there
are two
main I
GIVE HERr which operate in the principle. orful spring flower were at Mr and Mrs. J. W. 11111 and Mr. and Mn. Lewis Gregory .
human point of interest Bath powder Gall and Jan,
heart, JOT and b.la. Love ions Jimmy and Richard of and daughters
,
C Joy prodoom WM awarded for prise Mont.OIII.AI.., pent theweekend Mr*. George Gregory and Mrs. '
i
peace which we all Sandwich dip, take, coffee Thomaavlllelto
; eek), faith, patience. dolu with her parent, Dr W. S. Bell were In tl
mnJoJortll 1Iltlahnwltta the ble.aing and Coca were served.Winners' and Mr*. T. W. Griffin. heir the concert presentedby 1\
I t wer* Mn. Byron Sober -
vf. the Mrs. Joe Suber left for the Florida I're.byt.rlanCollege .
attend thea
y CANDIES' !produce strife tralot HaU and Mn. Sam Hlgdon.anal first, Atlanta to vlalt her son In law Choir of St. Petersburg I \ -
jealousy anger fear, IT*. Jack Richardson Mrs. and daughter Mr. and Mr*. Dim Mr. and Mn Gregory's
arrogance and aeifUh- Douglas Brooks, second Mrs. ..
Hall. *
; daughter, Mary
with Chatter sod eon Tsrry. She accompanied
1T raw their
attendant evil*. Ben Duncan and Mrs.
Henry of the choir.
member I
: her brother In law
1t The moat destructive force 'Fsulk third and Mrs. Kenneth m-
In the world la HATE. Love nd deter Mr. and Mrs. Audit Mr*. T J. Fan hat returned \k'
Maxwell and Mrs. W. E. M14leton
the moat eoMtructiv The devil fourths Clark of Greensboro who went from visit In Columbus, Gs
la on business. They returned with relatives.
hate, God Is love Hate
here Tuesday.Mrs. Mn Hal Curry of Archer baa
bring into homes
nation and
returned home following s visit
AJIUM Davl hat returned -
Individual
more misery and 4Ie- Birth Announcement .
bone after spending several here with Mr* frank Morgan +
Oration than ell other
force I
combined while love briny Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mun week IIIall., Arlaona, 8r and other frlemwls.Mrs. 1t
t DECORATED vs I', ,or peace with relatives.Mr. Frank Whittle pent the
contentment and great joy. roe announce the birth of a sonApril weekend at their Panacea lot.tag. .
GIFT Hatred Is the vice of narrowsoelti 10 M the Tallahassee Me- and Mr* Karl H.ythekervisited ..

fACKACESCOSTUME ti they feed k with all their mortal Hospital The baby their daughter, Johanna Mr aid Mr*. Frank McCaU
.. littleness and make It the ".. weighed I pounds ( ounces and n Huntingdon college, Montegomery. of Tallahassee vlalted duringthe
.rJy. Wit of baa ." has keen earned Ala during the wetknd.
tyrannic* George W. weekend wHh their toll laew ,
la Proverbs told that Munroe, Jr.Card. :
we are I and daughter Mr and Mr*
Fill ,
he or she that Is glad at eala- 07. los Seoul* from troop Winston McUcndon.ATIII .
and 143 attended .
mite anall Dot go Bnpoaieheddon't -
Gb11eout
JEWELRY COSMETICS SETS we all knew people whe of Thanks Camporee at Silver "FOOT GUll
arT W* tarn r4 that be whe Lake during the weekend. Scout HOW TO KILL ir.

BILLFOLDSMASSEY hsl tit ec dceoiaeta hi *ei M>eror Words cannot adequately *a> leaders aeeompanuig them were S UV* If Ml .Lased irtl*
acquaintance tlfIJM I. U prea our gratitude t* thoe Mr*. Cecil South,. Mn. W, U Mmie T41II*.... rear es..a.a >
CrUflo. Mr W.,.. Buttritn I. .. *., erae M M. webs
bias we are toM that if period who ipraed their lytnfxlhy Mia oearene '/see..ed Nee a-.ea ..,. .......
DRUGS aay loved God end kauth and helpfulness to M so l e..- Ulred. Mr. Lee ..../rse as/a "__ M. ea $14.99
Me fallow sun His. aUr. Ufully at the time ef ew recent Mrs Lector Gatlla :H" see _.. .... r ...r.e..see Ii
Mr. San McCalLMr. ..... -. ,.." punt Paso.eM -
Someone said many year ago (01709. May Go4 Me** ..... .
and Mr I. W. Kill and I""" ._ 11- ... ...
Phone 627-8211 W. Jefferson Street l "I will tot permit any SUM *,> ;you all se.ee ...r. a./.e M Ik.
narrow sad degrade any soul I Th family of ont, Jenny and Richard of :rtta ,.. k-... COW .!

by! making we_hate Isis' What _A. A. Jobnaoa __ Montgomery Ala spent the F. r. MAT 1111:0 co.THAHK .

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SEPTICTANKS pe 1

THANKSTo

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4 The Voters of Gadsden County INSTALLEDFOR YOUI



I sincerely want to thank YOU for the
SALE WISH TO SINCERELY THANK ALL OF YOU

overwhelming rot given m*> In Tue.day' Sailor collar drew ileeveleta cool. crnel
WHO SAW FIT TO SUPPORT ME IN MY

t Primary.I and cotton ihlit bras button and bow -
EFFORT TO SERVE YOU AS SHERIFF OF

See it at

earnestly olidl your continued support GADSDEN COUNTY.I .


on May 28. DEEPLY APPRECIATE EACH VOTE GIVEN BELK HUDSON'S


ME IN TUESDAY'S PRIMARY.

MAZE YOUR MOTHER'S DAY GIFT


W. A. "Bill" SUMMERFORD 627.6851 J. NEAL FAIRCLOTHPaid SELECTION FROM OUR WIDE VARIETY


I ALL GIFTS BEAUTIFULLY WRAPPEDI
paid Political AJvJ EARL LODGE II I ( PoMcd Ad,J



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!. EICHT CADSDEM COUNTY TIMES QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY,MAY T,1984


WALL'$ KING
,jt COLE0Q J'Jna'"l1lilJ'
9 SUP MARK rlJ//J

QUINCY, FLORIDA G
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FROSTY MORN
TENDER SWEET SMOKEDHAMS FIRST CUT
SALE
PORK CHOPS

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDU.
Half or. Ib. 39CWhol. .S.GOVT.INSPECTED USDA 3 I&s. $100
c
CHUCKROAST
GRADE A MEDIUM
CENTER CUT

EGGSdoz. lb. PORK CHOPS

FRESH GROUNDBEEF

3 8ge 31&s. $100 lb.59c

FROSTY MORN HONEY GOLDSAUSAGE2h
I
BAKERITESHORTENING XUDO'SCORNED
Lb.. 8ge
BEEF
FREE SAMPLES Friday and Saturday

349c SHOW BOAT OAK HILL 4 2Vi Size Con 12 Or. 3ge
II r PORK&BEANS PEACHES $1oo Con .

\( 5Cons Size $1 00 CAREY'S
( CARNATION DRUG DEPARTMENT
i MAYFIELD SALT 2 Box..1Sc RUBBINGALCOHOL
MILKTa1I COR N
STANDARD 8 303 Can.
8 Cons 303 $1 00 Tomatoes sloo

3 Con 3ge 2 Bottle Pint 25e
FRESH VEGETABLESFRESH

CRISPLETTUCE2
LAN-PLUS
OLEOPATTIES Heads 29 HAIRSPRAY

: R g..- 79c

CABBAGE lb.5e COCA-COLAs, 69cFREE
60LPkq.. 5 C Eo. ,
YELLOWONIONS SAMPLES FRIDAY&SATURDAY

lb.5e
PILLSBURY or BALLARDS FROZEN FOOD DEPARTMENT
McKENZIE FROZEN SPECKLED
ROUND WHITE lOLbt.
BiSCUITSi5or39c BUTTER BEANS
POTATOES 3ge
2 Cello 24 Ox.Pkg. 99c

, Prices Good from Thursday,May 7 through BOOTH FISH
STICKS 8 29c
I Wednesday, May 13
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uADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY FLORIDA. THURSDAY. :. MAY 1, 1964 rAltIIo :!

onraelvei about the eotane"ltruIlfJe"
LOOKING AHEAD throughout for the right.land, that Our Ju rapt
decision of W4. Withal .. .
aeslClm with menu concern will have for to America be tempered an I' out placing personal judgment- S aW aMM ft.M.w aM'w .."....\.. [

,eeea"ywuwiw Loa./. for the standards of decent, upon that ruling or even upon
and fair Present argument In Congress 1 Yellow Solids '
play that are American I Elgin '.
Justice !Er ?
tradition. TheM judgments I VhitUker bas warnedthe 4! air :
ought alto to be leavened willi I nation aganict holding out
CIVIL RIGHTS OR WRONGS baele respect for human dignity, false expectation tot a panaceaof Savory 10mb feast onytlmt.
but they must be reached with I law, or even the hope that U S 0 A Cut through the cradling bnIwnH
Two democratic
very thoughtful expressions dispassionate reason. It it a a government can (!i i.
In the difficult are'big challenge very be or even should be a"leveler"of 1 1lEiih OUlaldt to the await, tender JuIcy
of "civil Its people tin remark C OIC E beneath,
right* recently havebeen meat It'IO gourmet treat.
A TIME for CAUTION particularly caution the nation
called to our Interest in Such thoughtful obsercenaa I to use prudent car in employing U S. choice Americon ._
the legislation being debated these are disturbed not simply catchwords and clinch
In the ConjTMi One wu a see the dlunity .-, that appeal more to passion and
peeeh by Associate Justice bloodshed and unrest prejudice than to reason.
Charles S. WhitUker of the U. They are seriously concerned
S. Supreme Court. The other about what effect the turmoil Equality a r Freedom LU 10 ?
was M article by a member of the divisive propaganda, the In exploring some democratic :! t.i :LaubWHOLE
the New York Bar. Edward rCanunerford loose thinking, the arrogance of fundamental Justice Whlttak-
finds that
which appeared power politic will have on the er many person
In the "American Bar A eoelat- of America. misunderstand "equality of op-
soul They
are concerned
ion Journal". Both have been too about the net loaeei portunity" and argue that everyone ''ai.iiHllLiLiiE!{ } _. ........ .
reprinted recently tn U. S. Newt to the Individual that are experienced -, is entitled to permanent LIMIT 2 WITH $S. ORDER OR MORE
6; World Report and they make [ total struggle.They economic equality. But ourIyltem OR HALFLegaLAMB
very excellent reading for many klalntha term of the ha patiently explains, U.S.D.A. GRADE "A"
thoughtful American wa intended to permit the en- QUICK FROZEN .4 TO 18 LB.
future aa well a* the >presentAnd >
What the** two discourses they are convinced that U ergvtk, the creative the thrifty 691
to rise M high a* they will, so "
cent to have In ,common i* an II tint for some serious soulsearching -
Implied warning that it U time and some question that each may "find his ownlev.1 TURKEYSFull
for all of ui to engage In about where we are going ." on the stairway to the
top Men find permanent LOIN LAMB
may
some reflective think;tig for' Justice WhatUker wa sp-
equality only la Communismbut
I not without surrender of ..

ABC Current their freedom tendencies and for people Hbertiea.to ALL SIZES Chops LB, 98 ? ,

obey only laws they like, to act
with haste to avoid the delay
of "due process," to believe the RIB LAMB

: CHAIN LINK fENCE are end that among Justifies he explode the the cliche. mean argument- all a L 39 I ChopStt.791


I What Direction. ?
Mr. Cummerford describe
the relentless teal with which
'!i some American and certain

danger outall public nation"the agencies they he biaa'Insist can strive and fine, I. "discrimi that The to wipe civilright real Cut-ROUND STE,Air I 1:3.: 77c7c

backer also may wipe
out individual freedoms their
seal for reform He c4te our I J
experience since World War II FOLDIHI G .:.1.'.. .
with State enforcing agencies Samsonite 50 Extra a./ Greea Sbmts.11I.
which start unobtrusivbutIn WITH THIS COIJI'Oti AND PURCHASSOM. b.

time hungry become, and aggressive expansive. power Litigation TABLI E ,...., ,.....u.... as ..........,.,
pattren* (he cite examples Fox Deluxe Pizza Pie
) are developing the ON SALx ATa
, Idea that racial balance of ,. ease rNau 114' ease
school and neighborhood must limIU{ InIIl11q ((( AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
1 +
be altered Into a different ratio :
from that> which ha normally
I ddh

SALEREPEAT developed.W* are allowing liberty, Mr. :&; (
Cummerford shows, to be xsfleesur ,! "- iAIo
subordinated to "equality" Allwclo.lt i 50 Extra aw:Green Stamp:
Leaden of government, of the WITH THIS COUPoN AND
of church and of education i!

press IlfuuuulitlN (i
l { ,
lf ONe Paas NOwAaO
are today giving more qNN.ONwMI
support and encouragement to -... ...? Coconut Cake
mob action, he remarks, than
MerwIM.."'ItcII sass Taos
OF A SELLOUTBy to the maintenance of maxi .A eery Mao eve
mum freedom of thought and Practical(of.hsiMwet* 7 AT ANY WINW.DIXII ,
.. wire MS woems sad 1elSy f I d
deed for individuals W* may j
Popular Demand be now on the threshold of the v/. r a atonrn loves CesvMleM to TV wee!k _
era predicted by Orwell, when : .
Rtg. $6.9' Value dot
Brother watches to main ed .lass serdP )( h
(' HIGH tale the "terrible equality that rMe 1.\. .
49 Per COMPLETELY I la slavery," Mr. Cummerford 50 Extrt t .)/-Gre t Stamp

C F INSTALLED ,iugge with :ri How view can t"1t disagree 1* nigh ..d1i'A"il! i'T M WITH THIS COUPON AND '

time to ask ourselves where firs ..... /aassM
(Gates & Terminals Extra) I wear QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 9TH
headed! Gold
King Onion Rings
,
.
O Nothing Down O No Payment I WINK ems STOMS me M.eorvmeNV M.lees
sees fNaY Mat eTN
O Easy Terms Till June RAIL SETTLEMENT SAVE Vhi EACH EVAPORATED MILKCarnation .., AT ANY WINKDIXIIS0 ..)

O Bank RatesABC President Johnson bas announced I n .o I
settlement of the 6- TALL S
year-old railroad work rules 3
FENCE IND. i.SAVE
CANS
dinpuU. The settlement removed )(
the threat -ft a nationwide .
:rail etoppmt The President flit.(1"at.... SfIIHI
QUINCY CALL MAin 7-8661 said the settlement term are"just 3f! THRIFTY MAID WITH THIS COUPON; AND PWtCMMI &I
and fair. And, he hailed
705 W. Games St. Phone 224-6570 PUSS .
the
agreement aa a victoryfor
Tallahassee Fla. 2240613 collective bargaining and \Industrial whiii Acre PmIlUt
democracy. Milk TEA" 10
Evap. AT_ANY'NO"WINN.DIXII MAr ere


SAVE 6( TOILET TISSUE Limit 2 with $5. order or moreSoftWeve19 s'd



< SO Extra d JGreet Stawp
WITH THIS fOL tf AND

t a'' ace 1.0.0,, lee oasis Noes
m
;
SAVE 20< CABOT BRIQUETSCharcoaI2 Tea Bags
j: scoeter's t k ease TeaS Mar enAT
ANY WINN DIXIl
S
79CTitfemJWaHBglSfflS


% N Iblm Methyl! $ A1a d (
"-
SO Extra 0 K'Green Stampsr"

1 acme This COUPaANO

Fresh Sweet FloridaCORN I Morton FrozenDinner Owe 05 Ae h.. O5ACa1w eeoC
Big 60 Family CremesssN

I ,_ Msr has
I l- '? AT ANY WINN.DIXII
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71re 10 RS591 2ro.79J.J 50 W/THTN/3 Extra COI-"Off rG'N'Greet IHJ Stamp 8J. (


OMsTw?ease e'.CIII'sees

Chicken" Beef, Turkey, Horn Mo t LI, Potato or Dip Chips
-Tsse Cue eveWINKDIXIE

'1 AT ANY .../
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It's an Important gasoline discovery Methyle CHIHDETERGENT CLUE %i WHITE AIIOWDETERGENT CXACKIN' GOODTREETS 'OLGU'S ASTOR

steps up octane pcrformaoot ffactivdy! that it atop power-wMtfaif COFFEE COFFEE
bock better than any other antiknock ca npo n& Methyl pra it
DOn evenly throucbout an cylinders of/f1Gt engine stands ap aDIWatzeme Saw 1\i\ Gont Box Sow \\i &ont Box Box Con 1 G,

t np ratuM. And It'. in Standard ptilin (Crown and

Crown Extra)...at no increase: Ira 58' 48 29' 69 59

prbl 1M' I4U Another better Important CCrf of 1OfU'.11 that car.t STANDAR D ? I e ?

: ...--- OIL c...a dseoe,trWee...... I c-- 0w well Ill s ace G>etl*.V<*t>,t...liSsv. MeweeM Gears c.f'. Co.reo.Fleece' li II'.PNse.a.

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\'6UPERRIGHTHEAVV WESTERN BEEF

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For a dinner that really goes over BIG at a price that makes a big hit
Gerber Strained Twith your budget, serve a "Super-Right" quality Roast tonight It's sure to /
be delicious because it's cut from Grain Fed Heavy Western Steer Beef.
Food
Baby It's extra lean tool Giving you more good eating meat for your money,
I 4 and at this special low price It's too good a value to pass up. Get one for
6 Jas 65cDetergent your family today or buy several for your Freezer
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Detergent Surf Shoulder Arm Roast- LA 55


Beg.Box 26c boneless Shoulder Roost LB. 654

Boneless ramp Roast L187IIAIftAIess

Breeze Sirloin Tipio st UJ.87 aveonyl P/aid.Sfamps
,
2 Lb. 8 Box 01. 83c ( GettlJliffs 'llsfer

I I ------
r= ---- iiif1
Detergent.
Rinso Blue a SUPER-RIGHT a WESTERN BEEF, BONELESS TOP I I IInGohft MAID i!

Re;. 28c := ;IV and STAMPS Purchase ofI II
Wllh this Coupon
Box Round 87# I Oi. Bottle Pillsbury Liquid ,
St.ak _
Liquid Detergent i Sweet 10 89c I
I J.1. Coupon rood bra Mir ,,
I Wisk :Iii .J _- ___ 10.rtii: ;
41- 75c ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR ;:::::::::::::::::::------------.
cwt : : :H:
> surest wgO <
Blue Detergent BaconLB. i i i & ra PlAID ..1:
.
Silver Dust S I I iced 39 t::!Wllh IhU Coupon and STAMPS Purchase of at:1'i

SIc Giant !1sr e1 Lb. CaRl Gaines MR I
l SIx. Dog Food 99c ?'
II J. 1.8. Coupon rood thru Mir li Jj
NuSoftFabric Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn
iWI.'a-ilS'1C1CBti:


i Bottle Pint MBJSfl l Sofiner 49CLiquid F RY E RS lb. 2 9 r.' ;111

.
\ D Urg nt I
kf With this Coupon and Porchu its
Coldwater All ." Pkt. of 63 Joanaan k JohnwnCotmetlo I II
\ p = 4 II I II
Qt. 79c I Cotton Balls 39c I
Bottle 1 J. l-l. Coupon rood thru Mir K.

Lemon- Juk.Realemon tMwisaxw.its_!.Jai'______j jr'
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.
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I i :xsusa:. :xs>ns i ilr
Quart ,, G.h\' 73c
I Bottle !,. "IiJ STAMPS .i
mmmm '
. Dry Detergent S i|With this Coupon and PurrhiM.f !
:;: 44" I !. Ydi. Red Cross 'it I IIn
Trend P'4' / I ; Adhesive Tope 43c I
LargePkg. QQ. =!"I.| J.8-*. CMPOI pod Ulna Mar II. It
2 For wtGiant .: r' j
-----
49c .
Pkg. I
1 1 t PLAID
Liquid Detergent ., 25&tta STAMPS ,
Trend
t i M WUk this Coupon and Purchas.K
12 Ox. I 1 Lit. Pllr. Aaa Pago

Bottleipueoz.. 35C SGWM7IELOPLIIIVORSELFIRISIQVORSELFIRISIQ Sultana Salad SPECIAL! Ann Page Salad SPECIAL! ''I I.s.1. Rigatoni pod 2.e May It. I

Bottle. .49c 'FAMILY DRESSING ,arart 35c DRESSINGNutley Quart jar OuLSPECIAL OQ .--________: ____
De'erent SPECIAL Quartered 100 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS'
Lux Liquid 49c OLEO 2 "* 31cSPECIAL INSTANT Witb Uldt S6".JOKNSOttS'
d-WAX 1 r..69
1 PL 6 Ox. FLOURBott
Bottle 65c SPECIAL! Nutley SolidOLEO NQ CouPON NECESSARY
45c 2 "'. 29c 100 EXTRA PLAID lAMPS
Detergent with purchttt
Swan Liquid Ann Page Gelatin Our Own 8c Off Pkg. JOHNSON'S CAR-NU "'"'98*
LB SPARKLE 2 TEA 8 Ox.Pkg.. 5Ic H9 COl IONNELt'ffARr
1 PL 6 01. 65c 10 BAG 745 J k Z7c .
Bottle SO EXTRA PLAID STAMPS |
Condensed Detergent wHipurc/iatt of HOTSHOT
'
HOimi GARDEN BOMB=I39
All Sunnybrook or Gadsden p AP COUPON NUWARY
Fresh Grade "A"
I 1 Lb.8 01. 34c 25 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS
Box LARGE EGGS Hfln furthest of'
Detergent STA-PUFF RINSEk 49

Fluffy All doz. 43c HOPrices 'HlNN"CaSSO/rl

3 Lb.
BoxDishwasher 81cDetergent ... .
t w.r r.n..r v
MEDIUM EGGS

All

lLb Box"4Ox. 45e doz. 38c In this Advertisement ore
good thru Sunday. May 10

.I
Fresh GREEN Fresh Crisp Fresh Fresh Packaged
::1 GOLDEN SWEET LARGE HEAD BLACZEYE SALAD


Pole Beans CORNEARS LETTUCEHEAD PEAS MIX I



I 2 Ibs. 29 ,8 49C 19c 2 IBS. 29c s Bag OL 25c

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GERBER STRAINED
BABY FOODS 10 Jen 99c EFFECTIVE SAT, MAY: THURSW 7, 89 FRL,
A j49j[
III ROBERTO VANILLAWAFERS

_ 'Pka': 29c


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3 o TISSUE219c

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PERFECTION BLEACHCLOROX DRY DETERGENT
Sure sell Mom her food needs
we want to ,
food but we and know she that plans Mom and shops prepares all year over for RICE I I F A B

1,000 meals for her family each year.So
we say again,this Sunday,Mother's Day, 3 Lb.Pk,.. 39c I CaL 5 9 c ;p 19 c
take Mom out to dinner





IGA SLICED CLING YELLOW or [; I TRU SLICEDPINEAPPLE FRESH APPLE JELLY Sib.l 29c


BLACKBURN

PEACHES I SYR U P CORN CANE 4 : .. N:S 39c


C I No. 2Con 19c
3 No.2ViCOM MAXWELL HOUSE
, $129
IN'ST COFFEE 10 1 lot Oi.


:'DA1"RY Ejn, $'

TABLERITE:GRADE A LARGE

,TABLERITE CHEESE .EGGS doz. 39 r
.
p
American or I Oi.Pkg. jOLIDs_ 4 + r
SLICES Ptm.nto "29c _
TABLERITE QUARTERED OLEO BLUE BONNET-QUARTERS O T
BUTTER 1;: 69c W
Margarme2lbs.431 I
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IRATT AMBROSIA or 1 Lb.FROZEN 10 ,
FRUIT SALAD 2'J Jar" 59c Pklf._ c

TOILET SOAP x
SWEETHEARTS Bare 33c :' +
FOODS
GIANT PACKAGEDRY M '
. MORTON'S TREND Only 49c
3 49c MORTON'S CREAMPIES CASHMERE BOUQUET
MEAT PIES pI : Bat!.
IGA BREADED SOAP 2 Jar, 31C
SHRIMP Pk'q 79e BATH SIZE BARSPALMOLIVE2
McKENUE 3 14 Ov $100 r" 31c M
BABY LIMAS C 49c Pkqs. GIANT PACKAGE rt

AD Only 79 ti
22OUNCE SIZELIQUID "'
ROUND WHITEPOTATOES VEL ODJ, 63c ,

GIANT SIZEACTION
1, BLEACH 75c
y z
II
W03TY MORN WHOLE
10 -9 39c
SMOKED C

SOLID GREEN lb. 25

CABBAGE7c RADisHES I Picnics


T, Pound 2 E 15cCASEY'S

rOI IARBX3 SEE
BROADCAST TABLDtrrE:
POTTED CHUCK SHORT RIBS lb. 39c:
MEAT TABLOrrEGR'D

IGA FOODLINER Z T 21cBROADCAST BEEF 5 lb$. $1.99
t3t w...Je&noa S4r... STEAK TABLDUTE BONELESS
AND CLUB STEAKS Ib 99c
TASLtBITE::
WILSON'SIGA HAsH 12 Oi.Pfc .
FRANKS 39c
*
SUPER MARKET 49c
TABURITE
1I 0.
lb.
tl QUINCY.la* FLORIDA 43c SLICED BACON ILK 49cCAD


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tponalblllUes and privileges. o_ the part of patriotic Amerln of> the point she mad: Be Om Aternl ATM i
New Concept Americans today realize that c can w* avoid the pitfalls Woman's Club Equalizer Board lexlble, do something for other The United State sad the
when Horace declared "It la of such problem In our social and this will help you to Soviet Union hat aanounced
sweet and fitting to die lot e xlstenc I live creatively. Exercise your a cut back to the productionof
01 Patriotism'ky on*'* country," h* was not referring Third, our mistakes must be Final Concert (Contlnned from Page One) mind read, learn somethingnew fissionable materials. It la

to unheralded death acknowledged and corrected. If She give each Board member a every day. Exercise you hoped this move will reduce
John Lewis Taylor Jr. from an atomic explosion. A' w. permit our hazardous short- Termed SuccessThe sample book. body keep your health. Ac- cold war tension but apparently
twentieth century writer might c oming to go unheeded, w* Edwin Baur, county clerk, cept routine be aware of I will not reduce the ability of
Quincy tilth School I paraphrase Horace's statement may someday witness the dl- submitted the monthly financial things around you. Look at the either to wage a DUClear war.
"My country right or wrong,"I to "It is noble and courageous ppearance of our prized free- Fin Arts department of report after aU bills have beenpaid. world through eye of a child. The President announced that
was once a popular phrase to live for one's country. This dom. Just a* heavy rain wash the Quincy Woman' Club presented He reported the follcw- These and many more were the during the coming fiscal year
which epitomized a particular, new respect for ills and liberty way the neglected soil of once the final concert of the ng amounts in the various Interesting fact Miss Harris production of enriched cent
brand Of patriotism Fortunately hat been born of necessity fertile farmlands, so will floods season at the club douse April funds: General Fund $173- brought to u*. would be reduced Z5 per
modern Americans who, through discontent with vigorous ol indifference destroy our 30. It was a IUCCCM in every 98807; Road It Bridge Fund- Th next: meeting of th.
think seriously about the matter' witch-hunt, spurious nationalism American way of life. Every way and was very much enjoyed Sl00.028.44; Fine It Forfeiture Gadsden County Federation will F.rg.tt..1. .1.11
have com to recognize such' and unwarranted attack c tlcen should consider It a per- by the Urge audience. 0; Special Bridge Fund- $29- be held In October in Quincy Topeka, Kan. Pieced Jail
short-lighted Ideology ** being on our cherished tradi t nal reiponalblllty to do what The program wan opened by 53287; Hospital I It 8 Fund- at the Quincy Woman' Club and forgotten, Homer Lee
far more chauvinistic than truly I tions. Basically, the new Idea b. can toward sharpening the three number played by a $2,897.82; and Tot.al1306,- with Quincy Clubs as hostesses. Caatleberry, 46, baa filed for
patriotic, Our cltltcns ar now of patriotism Involve three national conscience We must roup! from the Quincy High 60.71.. $50,000 damage. During 37
capable of using the power of, propositions i not only be aware of how w* School Band under the direction Sealed bids were opened for days In jail Homer allege, be "VS3I!
objective reasoning against i First, America 1 II not infalli have missed the mark but w* of Charles Burna. Their concrete pip and concrete mix VaccineContinued I war denied the right to talking
those extremists who would ble. Although the stands out mu.t be able to determine how election were well played and used by the County Road and to an attorney and making ball.: The Dividend Clock
tend to forward mob reactions a* a guiding light for all nations w. can correct our error demonstrated the superior qual- B ridge Department. Vulcan Materlals from Pig One) Th. aheriff said there wa apparently
Yes, our Ag* has witnessed and Is by far the best The point Is, w* are more It y of the band. The piecei they of Tallahassee submitted ( a alip up la paper niver stops at
the Introduction and widespread of all countries on this globe likely to toss freedom away ourselves chow to play were an arrangement the low bid for concrete pipe necessary that all three doses work at the Jail.
acceptance' of a whole new way our beloved U.S.A, has not yet than lose it In a tight.We of torn Stephen Foster and Oakland Concrete Products are taken to guarantee 100 per
of thinking about a citizen' re-reached perfection. Complexities have tended to become a Melodies, "River Jordan and of Quincy, the low bid for con- cent immunization. R."b.J Will. Atle.*
of our civilization hive resulted nation of spectator of the finally Cole Porter'i "Night and crete mix. Both concern were Twelve centers throughout Paeoima, Calif. Anthony B. LEONFEDERAL
in Internal dtssentlon, things that keep us fret Instead Day" warded the contracts. I' Gadsden County hiv been desgnated Calderon became diary while
suspicion, and cOD f u .10 D. of participant In them. la government Mn. Hal Davis followed with John Russell, County Agent as place to administerth driving home, pulled over to the
Through the press radio and we like to be armchair a medley of American song ubmltted the financial report Oral Sabin Vaccine for mass Me of the road, and fell
for
television we art continually generals, Monday-morn- including with Berlin's "God the recent West Florid Fat Immunization against polio. .ln: awoke, com-
MAIn 7-1111 reminded of local and national //n g quarterback, and grandstand Mess .A merlc.." Everyone enJoyed Cattle Show It Sale. Total The vaccine will be availablethis ::1 hit watch from
Phone turmoil Union disputes racial umpires Although w* Mrs. Davis' playing of mount of prize money given Sunday afternoon from :2 hit wrist, lighter and his
Tburs. Frl. tension, and political controversies readily recognize the mistake the accordion and her. popular of away was $1,28080. Sources to S o'clock at the following wallet from his pocket.
order of the day. ot others and receipt were: 1250- Coup
the
are are quick to point ilectlon locationsGeorge W. Munroe --------
May 7. S The true patriot, knowing the them out, w* wash our own George Johnson delighted the 1y Commission, $250- City of Elementary School, Gretna Bna-Drivcr H..er.JFairhaven

STRAIGHT JACKET danger of the situation, decry' hands piously. Such refusal to group with several songs lour ida Quincy, $231.50, $400< Florida Stat of Retail Flor Community House, GreensboroSchool )1_. A newschool
Stirring Join Crawford any mlscarrlig of Justice and accept responsibility for oown iluding "Up A Lazy River." Federation with the ChaMahoochee High under construction will
I doe what he can to allay strife error 1* commonly known He accompanied himself on mounting to $1,131.50.Volers total School Havana High School, b* named the Leroy T. Wood
Fit. May I and violence He U motivatedy II "passing the buck. In our .ils baritone ukelele and showed I Carter-Parramor High! School, School. It will honor a 69 year
an honest, unselfish desire society, the buck i* often passd much talent In both playIng Salem Elementary School,I old retired school bus driver UON FEDERAL SAVINGS
LATE SHOW to Insure every man' right to without apparent twinge ofonsclenee. and singing.Richard Flock Springfield School Northslde who drove youngster to school
Box Office Open "life, liberty, "and the pursuit The real patriot Ashley, trombonist, High School, Southsld Elementary for 20 years without having an AND LOAN a sTHANK
10.43CURSE :<< of happiness. However because however of willingly accept Wa accompanied by Marilyn Wil- School, St. Johns Elementary accident H* never had so much
of his deep devotion and ehare the blame and takes llama on the piano played a (Continued from Pig One) School and Midway a* a scraped fender and was XOMI OFFICI
OF THE sincere intention, h* 1* not steps to prevent a recurrence beautiful arrangement of "Old School late.Theritee.
LIVING DEAD willing to accent dangerous of the same mistake. He reillz- Black Joe. This was well man In all of the 14 precinct I The member of the Cadsden never PARKWAY; IUANCH:
packaged proposal disguised lea that not only doe h* need played by both young musicians !n which the office was voteon. d County Hospital Medical Staff
mejoritie mart be
They Com From the Grave under the attractive freedom, but i. : I F>r1cwy Sh4* >| Cente)
wrappinof gs freedom need and was much enjoyedRonald slat this la a fir reaching pro- protected just a* the rights otnorltlas. t
To Seek The LIlnlS.L I patriotism. In short he knows him. This I* the nw concept Tolar, pianist, age 13, lawn According to J. Love Hutch-. gram, the goal of which Is to m .
that America' problems cannot of Patriotism Americans ar* winner of the State Farm Bureau supervisor of reglatra- Immunize the entire population
May I I be solved by transferring all gradually emerging from a talent contest, appeared lon, there are 154 ballot to of Gadsden County, whether -
DOUBLE FEATURETHRESHOLD the privileges of the Have's to group of sideline ophlUctes next on the program lie played b* counted when the county you have had the Silk vaccine -I
the have Not'*. H* facet the to a more active position. More* his contest numbers which anvaaslng board meeta later I or not. Dr. Griffin states
reality that total unity in our People ar learning that free-, were "Hungarian Rhapsody" by In the week. There are not This Is our first opportunityto YOUI
OF SPACE nation I L a distant dream and dom I* more than lust a word to oelllng and two numbers "And enough absentee ballots to have actually eradicate polio. Salk
that we have much clean-up be used in a political Now" and any material effect on the outcome
.... speech I "Boogie Beat, which of vaccine give immunity to a
work to do before we can present By way of summary, I wish were his own arrangement, lutchlnson.any There local race, say fairly good degree but not
THE YOUNG America a* a model of to rtonald'c love of music were 174
emphasize these points: and his complete immunity Persons
RACERSSun. perfection to the entire world. 1. Patriotism U more than a willingness to spend the Dec 0.- I deadline allots mailed for out but at the who have taken Salk vaccinecan WISH TO THANK THE PEOPLE OF GADS-
return
,
Second, our system of demon UllngneM to site for on.', siry tune to muter it was very May 4 at B .m. 20 ballot Monday, carry the virus and glue U
., Mon.. Tues racy has Its pitfalls a* well asIt country. It U a desire to live evident to :how who beard him lUll In transit.p were to others. With the oral Sabin DEN COUNTY FOR RETURNING ME TO THE
The fact for It. Thursday night vaccine they cannot."
advantage very Since there
May It. II. 12 are no Republican
I that w* ar* free from dictatorship Z. American citizen must 1 Mrs. James Limber popular c candidate In this county those OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
DOUBLE FUTURE sometimes leads to undisciplined come to thorough realization public school muslo teacher in receiving a
majority vote In
Horror horrorHORROR I and Intolerant action that our nation I* not Infallibl. the Quincy Elementary School Tuma)'* election art considered Honor Roll DISTRICT ONE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
OF either In speech or deed. Freedom *. Patriot must be real!ps sang a group of American Folk elected
in its truest sen** Implies In i their viewpoint of the exist- Song and accompanied herselt The next primary will be held <( PARTY BEACH situation. on the autoharp. She
log
right of choice. The person displayed on Tuesday May 28.
AlsoCURSE who has only one road to travel 3. Freedom Itself' has ImplicIt real talent for the fin* art o Deacon Neal Fatreloth, VanFletch.r
has no choice of route to danger. W* must avoid the performing folk !music an Roylynn Hamilton,
OF THE 'take; hence h* Is not free to pitfalls of our own system 01overnmelt. mad a charming picture as a tWomen's Clubs Marjory Hazenberg, David Lang- SHALL ENDEAVOR TO CONTINUE SERVING -
LIVING CORPSE explore the possibilities of other sang and played. ford, Mary Katherine May,
paths. Likewise, a person 4. The new concept of patrlo- The concert wai concluded by Peggy Farmer, Susan Phillips, TO THE BEST INTEREST OF OUR
who ignorantly follow a single cats requires the acknowledge Richard Jacobs, pianist, who (Continued from Pig One) Elizabeth Raker Iris Randolph,
Wed IS
May course of action I I. not really ment and correction of mistakes played two numbers by George Judy Russell Marlin Seay, COUNTY AS I HAVE IN THE PAST.
Gershwin Park Association Among the Elaine Shiflett, Allene Smith
ANY NUMBER free for freedom come from This muat b* without rancor and which were "Prelude ,
Number One Interesting fact she told of Barbara Smith Judy Smith
knowledge. "The truth shill hit. and "Rhapeodn y ,
CAN WIN I make you free," said no less B. American must es.u, in Blur"Everyone laving a large sign erected si LJnsley Solomon Barbara Su-
Starring Jean Cabin I an authority than Jesus Christ personal responsibility guard was thrilled by the the entrance to the park, and ber, Allen Woodward.
Alain Deb many centuries igo. So far log that which w* dart not artistic performance of Mr gave credit to a number opeople I 7- Linda Ard. Jean Baker SINCERELY
no one has discovered a better low Freedom. Jacobs and very much enjoyed who bad contributed Julie Bales, Roaann Barker,
mean of attaining freedom In short, the old Idea of pa hi* performance of the Rna- tree of charge to making .this Mark Bates, Carolyn Bowman,
HILLDRIVE.IN Truth will be revealed to triotism embodied In the phrs* sody and his explanation of sign possible. Kristine Brown Kay Cost
u*
the Miss Glenda Fletcher reported Deborah Cox Jeff Embry Nan
only through diligent study and My country right or wrong," beiuUful and distinctive FRED G. SHELFER
hal through themes on the 411 Short Course Goodman Charles Harrell,
mind.Furthermore. necessity been
an open r e-
ised.. The modern The band member taking she intended In Tallahassee! Glen Hurst, Martha Lines Bar-
this some liberty \ patriot beeves part being sponsored by the Fedora, bar Ann Mahaffey Russell
Phone MAIn .IBIII'rIo "My country must be were: Patsy Wood, Lynda
which allows u* to remain lon. She had great praise for' Marsh, Jean Munroe Wayne
right:: she cannot afford to b jutch, Kay Adam, Patti Sue
Sit. May I I silent boomerang.may become Apathy a dangerous and complacency .: wrong!" Craig Smith,, Sandra Patricia Johnson, Aliens thes An short interesting courses.report of the'I Perkins Mote, Mary, Charlott Jean Norby Stoutamlr; Lee (Paid Political Ad..)
Parramore Carolyn
DOUBLE FEATURE may affect adversely Brockman work of the County CouncUIlwn Jerry Sober Archie W.taoD'Joyce
CAPTAIN SINBADAIM the heart of a nation, leavlni; DeBord Attends son, Jarvis La Barr Stewart. Jo H Ann 1A- caw by Mrs. Frank Whit Weeks. Sarla Wells
It vulnerable to a host of dead tle. I
lly Ills Some of the most common : Tampa Boles Edwards, Greg, Bill Blount, Mike Report from the clubs Over FROZEN WOMAN REVIVED d.
; Meeting Goodman Richard
DRUMS OF ailment presently affectIng the Tulsa .
AFRICA Ashley Dennis SenUf Linda' County were given by the Okla. Found on ato
our nation an: GiULn
of great number of people t : "The amount of credit e Susan from each death Mm
Sun. May It j Woodward. Danny Jeter Club. These Marie Stelyla' Adams
go to the poll and vote Intel ended to farmer during th* Baker, and David Jerry reports were very Informative 48, 7*! taken to the locale I
COME FLY llgently on election diy, <(2)< lad I year 1063 by Federal land bank The Fine Art Langford. concerning the work of th ho pital. Her temperature had
WITH ME of Interest and enthusiasm In I aasoclatlon" can the largest In who have sponsored department thes club women which truly shows dropped to (7 and there were -THANKS-
community improvement project according to Frank L.eBord concert the strength of no heart
woman as *ound* or pulse. Doe-
Starring Hugh O'Brtaa I *, and (3)) indifference toward i > vicepresident of th* L. L.* are Willis Mn.Mn.Guy Wade Mrs, brought out by the Rev. Mr. tore opened her thoet to aid.
Robert
Delore Hart moral and ociil problem Federal Land Bank Associationat HaU Umrlck in Isle devotional. her breathing and
.
Mr
W. W. Massey, Mrs. Jed maaaaged
Only through constant vlgllanci; Marianna who has just returned Davis, Mrs. John Hayes The following were nominated her heart for t hour before ah* I
-- --- --- from Tampa Mrs
where h the
by>
nominating
attended the annual conference O. E. Boring, Mr*. W. F. Leiter, and were fleeted to committee waa revived. I deeply grateful to the people
nerve
at am
Mrs.
Robert
I
ot
HARRISONUSE AUTO land bank association Armstrong and
t PARTS Florida and Georgia on AprilOfficer In Mrs. R. R. Klncald. officers President for th Mrs.* coming term,: Those who always make no*.
27 and 28. Vlrgl Batman ties atatement have a lot to
D I CARS Mt. Pleasant; vice Ares learn.
of the Federal Land 9 From GadsdenGet dent" Mr*. C. V. Butler Havana
USED PARTSof for all males Bank of Columbia presented the ; recording secretary _- of Gadsden County for electingme
annual report of the bank to Mrs. Fred Moon
Can c and Trucks stockholder Quincy; treasurer
DiplomasFlorida
during the
confer- Mrs. d E. Jackson
24-HOUR WRECKER: SERVICE era. The bank mates long- ,
University on Chattshoochee: ; publicity Mrs
WE BUY H1422W.Jefenon 48 term Federal farm land loan bank through wont the My :> announced State the name of Albert Flake, Qulncy. Mrs. Fred to the Board of Public Instruc-

JNEDCARSMAIn 7.7115 dons In Florida, Georgia, North 1142 graduate receiving degree cer.Klblllu was the inatalllng oft I I
Carolina I and South Carolinand at the end of TrimesterII.
Miss
Ruth Harris
Family!
.i the stockholders of the II. k
bank are these associations Diploma mailed yesterday Life Specialist at the Florida tion from District Two.I .
which own all of the bank's Registrar Murray W Stat University, Tallahassee.
PRESENTINGBeauty lal. The report showed asset capo* Kenna said, to 080 students getting was speaker for the day. Miss
ot the bank now total over a bachelor' degree 141 amaster' Harris, as her subject Instead
$250 million, with net worth and and 21 a doctorate. of the one assigned to

contingency$30 million tn reserve Increase of of nearly more were Commencement held on April 10 ceremonies but since her used 'Grow"Live Creatively.Old Gracefully" A few" promise to serve you to the best

from ban 13 million over a year grade were not yet In the dlploma -

"irller. could not be Issued ai TIME TO WE HAVE .
out of the pasta .
"Of the $241 million mort- the arms.By I
II" loan account on December horn town the graduates I Devoe Paint of my ability for the next four
I 31, 1963. up 13.27 per cent over Included: : Plumbing Fixture*
last year WIth over 33,000) Chattahooc- Juanlts Complete Line ef
farmers In the four-state lr Whlddon, BA toe. wet.; Lorna Building Material
served by the bank, over 148 i Carolyn Shepard, BA art Itad. .( Alcoa Aluminum Reefing
million I. In $,410 loan with Galvanized Roofing k Siding years.
Florida farmer, grower and HavanaWanda Dlann Hall, e lltusewsre k Gift
ancher*," Mr. DeBord said. BS ed.; Michel Herbert BOUT-, Carey Asphalt Reefing
Farmer obtained 8,866 new William Gold Bend Sbeetreck
loans from the bank In 1063 roe, Jr., BA arta dsa.d.rHalbldw REMODEL Sporting Products NORMAN MCMILLAN
ELEGANT new I for nearly $67 million a a. E. Qulllln MSW. ,I k Farm Supplies
lUim record. Qulncy-- Carolyn Sue B U I L D Plus Hundred ef Other Item*

/l Gracious LIving handles The the Marianna making and l8aoclMlon pen C- Rhoades TrsyJor, BS Dust BS Eugenia ed.; Mary Sunday .I BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. (Paid Political Adv.)

( IS Service for 8 tug Land of Bank loan for the Federal Catherine Mlddleton BA artsy I 11 NORTH MADISON SHEET QUINCY
; of Columbia In Os It *cl.

,Amttll $9000 sa. SST&JFS&SbS5 -

can, Leon, $ i
tIght '-pl.e. Santa Roes, i

INTERNATIONAL p/ac. liltIng. and Washington counties out ot BUILDING-REPAIRING REMODELING
the
association office la Mar-
PLUS lanna.Beatles. j
DEEP These mo-wlllt.d
It...w
un'bng pI.m... London Thieves brolle Into

SILVERt the apartment of two of the WELL DRILLING
Beetle and took tuft link and
l b.ltw aelt. ash a value of about $560

A beautiful traditional o S It wq believed the w... .1-
pattern la DwpSilvrfth IH I loved by climbing across M
only lUvwvlat 1 u..r.ve e edjoinieg roof and forcing the COMPLETELY FINISHED HOMES
Inlaid with solid giver i windows ef the apertmei.! ef
at Ucii ot bewb and j guitarist George HarrUo* and
tines of mattmedspooe g t.at p..a I Inmuner Ringo" tan'.

*and torts

for tailing btauly.Yourt COMPLETE FINANCING
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SEE IT Anything from soft NO DOWN PAYMENT

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.AliI! al'.IW OADiiDia COUNTY TIMES' QUINCY, FLORIDA., THURSDAY MAY t. IBM


D.II.. S 'I' R A_ .._ TWau 1 D__. H .t R "...... .... Te ...I tM..r/ptl.. .' T R Atr.s .... "et.1 day during the month.

P. .1 T. 9. ? Nil pus N. 111.7 Ft.. H. fl'.t' GARDENINGIN Sunshine during May I* expected

all.1,..Ft.. to P. 71T W. 'tort. W. ..... re.. to average about 70 per
O A. fart per ., N. II'ri.'W' N. I..... Pt.s
Pt FLORIDABy cent of possible with no extended
OR P. n. oa '. ,
... P. IGI II t I I tin. Hopklftl ".It : '2t.Ft p.: 4.B. oR 4f. IT t. GNrge IL Chu.b.rl "..11Com. cloudy periods
..In tltl 1'1. 9.a I. 0'41' W.ORPIP.. Rene .Sharp Editor. Soil temperature during
... I.e
It fit1M
......
AfrieulltiralEiUnaloa
.21 Ft N. or9WC 1.0 $. Florida May will continue upward with
01 HW ..t 1, I"
I 4. wt N. 51' U' : Serrlc four inch bar soil temperatures .
N8 rlln N. see f t. 1.aa. Alma kilti' ..... .... subject
t Z. 1711 .. H.U' Like people, plant are averaging between. and
10' w, .
,
r ir.I' :. T $1 I. 1140 U' W. 017.5ri iccldenU In the
I tae [ 1.. t. PO.B.. N. to many 78 degrees. Temperature it a

Pt? m. IU Ft. 'n oa II, P.02. 1.5 t 9 H. .. 1: III. CUI 11.' 9$' W. 1010Pty home seeding depth of two Inches will
PO.a. OR T. P. 'WoII.t A. .rrlt' .. Trot II III .11 .r I. l$' Take.; the cast of the scalded
ITI II t I Witt s..... ...,....... 99.91NW ,. 0& U,9 P. w. 111.1 52'Ft.. .. rubber plant This strings closely follow ilr temperature
55 BO
\ o.rl: I. D6as 1 I 0 i W. O. n' u' 5 1500Pt eradicated to averaging near degree
one
Hrriat_
1.7. dlaeas ws
13 t I 41 lmN H. ..... $4.41w,1ofNE logos II 1'1. .. N. 1$ II' 11:.
9.99 411t-H. et lit rt. 10 P. O. 'ur.., Norte. 1ft. home by removing the plant
or eitli\ I.W.C. .t III 9 fit H. Oil 15. P. I" 1 1 I ...ltm.n eo. "..111.l1n from the Florida room before ON THE

e9w Nil run N. II "h... II.aldo certain caller rlilted This
IL of ;. DAYP. Flll. 4U "t., .t stall lid.IU Imbiber from doming -
*
: kept non- FARMBy
.: DA HH .. 01 Pt., W 415 Int.r...... N. .
HPs$9T .. DSPPP. Nt, t. P.O.H. OR .1411 .r 014 ,..d..rol the ornamental with unwanted
P. 991 9. t 6 1.. C. I. 'orch., 101.11 4. P.' II 7 t. I. : 114. In lot cocktails Bernard Clark
T. 1.,1
z"t I 81..1e 0. I... Sof $1. 1..N.II. LAS Alcohol toxlclity b not i com PEARLMILLETS VERSUS
re'n : j.I:' run E. It ,,,..
19. opt 1\1 old.In mon disease of plant, asys Dr. SORGHUMSIDANGRAS3HYBRIDS
xrspl. .10n1' 14..14. nt
limps. Adell.tlen. 19 t 1 I. A. PI.e. 1.11 r"Ar.I lot.011, sold .'; Old r.d..1 Jtd.N. Howard Miller plant pathologist FOR FORAGE
10 .. W. University of Florida Ai result of idvertlwmenti
.. y4. with th i
11:. or 1M t, 9)9,
t nc.
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Or..n.hnro. I l'h: I 70 I. 74 Agricultural Experiment and article In several farm
::* 4s p. 111 ; .. P..n... Vol.p5,0.0 4.j.1. P.O.I. 0 Florida cattle.
t P. Ill P IN" 4 1 W. O. 'arker. n.n Station m sitlne many
41' 1. t t 1lughl. ",.,t... ".n .r thou.' 1ln. W. I 8..1" U' 1'1. N. But her are B few of his men have become Interfiled in

soil$00), at If 999)run W.fir Inl. DH T.taJd P. W/Hits D. lapelOil / .r S.LC.'ot If' hint on diagnosing other houseplant UM of wrghum-tudingrui hybrids -

sal n. \At Rd., N. 1 t 0 t hut. ....., ......., '.11 WOtt 1....... ... troubles M lupplement to, or substitutes -
U' 10' I 1001Pt. NW et 9W t D. 510Pt. If you discover plant with for pearlmlllet.
9.pt.
., 9. UE.. 004 NW I. W. ,1 t'ae" '. to to P.O.H. burned leaf tips or brown margin Numeral inquiries for la-

111, 1.Y/pl l. iiiPt P01.97995.IIW' or NW.ror Ds 110, P. 115 IN I 'C C.lvlt Cox 11.1. ., then lighten up on the formation on *orghum. idan-

00 PIS UB titI.: II'III, r. WI11 Rebin..s 1 -., In a solar.In fertilizer\ Or It could mean grass hybrid are being received

llJU: I' .17 1. .. If 1 I I. L Whit. n." : t t It hrah 91.9*.... .... th.9 59 N..NW e. ofNW t. that you wen Stingy with the by county agents and Extenilon -

S U'tI.1 rtilI'd'n 5N.J aswof 118 IP.. 517 4 '1 I I. Colvis Cot 1.11 water or the damage wa* causedby ipeclallili
'Nd Book T b DH Q, p. R.b.rt R.b.eca. Jans .. N. last month chilling wind. Sorghum.ludangriu hybrid
COJIIII. wh.
YI 107. 0. I I 1 Harold 11. h.p.r4 4 TI'I Ill
PUt .a I 1 0 1. :0"111I'11.E.ut. u.
bnd.,: ef let II.Lft. Yellowing and dropping of hiv been studied at ont or
!: I or NIII ;. 1'111 Heat, 171 ,..: w
1111'011
U, P. 119 9)8U0 ..r 'I .re.r M W. slIa ..r ...... leave. It l signal of gas fumes more of the Florid Experiment
P 90 It I 0 U J,,,,. H, 8owN ..... .lDtotNWI. oral Rd.. run .. overwaterlng, poor drainage or Station for the last four year.

It.en" ", n..H1 1109 p Si. U', II' '.... 1150Pt. poor aeration Small leave Indicate In 1963, 2 pearlmlllet varle-!
Na ., I... ao.. W .. i, te PO.1.. N. too little water and fertilizer tie and B torghun-nidangrtu
for ,."b. 14. I It IIIIM" Gru". 1MM. IU'nv ",.. ID II rdoto U' U' W. 105Ft.
I..u I .or P.o.e. : I I 0 t POOL Gr..ury UIII ? N. tI' .*1' f:. ,. or the plant U existing hybrid were compared In clipping *
40 P. t .r let 3, Ilk. 10 n.. I. ..' u' n tight or heavy soil. trial at 4 location -
r: g: 0011. P.: 9, TIagsr Srltt I e. 10. Ft.. $. U' I Weak growth or light green Gainesville, Quincy, Mirlanna
'ft' If t f 11. Lewarl R. Rued '''..1'I'om Subdv. OR 25, U' W. II P't. t. or yellow color on healthy fol- and Jay At Quincy 4 clipping
P. $111 rt.. t. P. O. 1. 11, '
Nwe .r w.erW9o9N9. P.: 045 ,ORL Thomas Hrowo WitS un lags may mean lack of fertiliser were mad but at each of the

t run W. tae Ft.to 1e.OSr1.,5e.PP.,'ft4a. s 1. 01. 1M Smith 0&1... 51.01 Comm.v005 .t N." root rot, poor root systemor other location only one clipping
brgls N. 111PL I acr. III 5.9.(7..9 :0? L.t II, LRII. that the plant II growing In wu made Averig yields

W. II' Pt. bN. SW I N NW t.a..I. raft S. l' W. )100Pt. too intent light for the 2 pearlmillet varletlei
.. "I I. t. b'.In, run
.
ltI rt.$19 ..! 1.O.B.8.: .r HWe 0 fdo. 9 I. t. W. 11' rl.. A house plant that IB yellowing and for the 9 tor&hum-.ud.n-

OR 49, p $99 t1 I elate kilt .. WIti LI fir NW 9 nun '1.U' N. U' 8. 110 Pty wilting or loss 101IIruwl.h" \ gram hybrid for the 4 loci-
'.' N. I'"e' n.. I exposed to too
9.
elN. ex- ions la ton of forigt
Comm. .t "RC green
,. W. IU rt.
9 or IW 9 fir wdso ia'to4P: : S.to ". .O.B. DA c..dy.: heat or hat a root Inlury per acre, were:

1'11I 9 ron H. ale 08. (IR n. .... I IIt 155 Flint with small leaves PeirlmilleU 25.2Sorghum..udsngrass
1<'l.At b.gln W. m ; : 1J8LRI "lIdIM. I.U
n. H. 100In. .. .u DA 31, : 517 1 11..1. and long Internodes Indicatetoo hy

1.., .9 41e P1.. rilt7 DH III, !. ...1" $1' SEC .r little belt or too high temperature brida15.5
.. IU 9v, I. P. I 1 S Lllttll.1 P..IIII" .:- .a n.1f pate.t of' I.nd .
Olt 41. P. ......1 .. .. Stork per DB 11'. P. M Quincy where 4 clipping
r.-. If t I 1 CInn. Cortit AI 1.1t 3. Last Midway .41 ru. N/I4. Actually, most healthy houseplants wore made, the yield for the

D8 lie. P 101 : t 1. ....v .hI Palma 11.1. atong. W. .141 or '. need very little car. The poorer pearlmlllet variety wag
.olio 41. Ifl. W.or .
.......1 R'. 147Pt.
treaiest blight of these plantss
Let I Stork 9"ley ; 31.9 toni per acre and that for
.S :W I.tftfNH : IP.r07t: D blots. Tho..a. / .. W.n.l'/L" 01r.ht to from coddling by eager beau the best sorghum-sudangraae

wale R. 110 1'1 y ZZZ 1. .. .. ... ..... ...1.lId. 171 Fl.. er0.i hybrid was 241 ton per acr.
.. II.r.p Loti 4, I and .0 toI. .a-wttk
rt.\\ IlL" 50001151 A on* watering On the basis of the results
8. Block 10. Lost ...d 9.6. 147Pt.
Jft t and I miserly amount of fertll-
0.1. 4 Mtew.y. DH OC .. JII/..,, atf.htl7 of these toots and because of
P. II' tc I I 1 'Ja", H.rr.U Wit. n t. Jun.. Tb.ma. ..... rl anal.. tR. zer every month, or so the prusrlc add poisoning potential

5 Yum'lb14N or Soils 111111 90.ft. Pt. : 1KIF J..s keeps moat plant happy. Cold of the orghum
: : ,,.i, of. 0.31/rt.N.Nwe M aW riO'.' OR 41. P.LOS 1 Ollyord J.loN ............. '" 11.11Bofln water I* taboo It shocks plant ( hybrid it teem that
P1.Iii a* badly at Ice water
w. 31' b.. run I. eel P't.. .t 1480 .t on in exposed Florida cattlemen thould continue

w4, 01o rt119. 115Pt. t. U' l$' 8. 319Pt LRtacwnlre 10 tooth.Neophyte to UM Gahi 1 or Starr
N. 040 1'1, t. gardener can grow pearlmillet when in annual
., 9. $11 FI I. 19' 110 rt., ,4s. to POB. W. foliage plant regardless ofcar
0" 41, P. N. II Pt 91. 10.Pt 40 y4., 5.70 p4. summer forage crop Ii needed.
lie: If
It I Nalhanl.1 Clark 'UI .. S_ $0 8. 71 yla. N. ItM'II" they stick to Aglaonemi WTVY AGRICULTURAL
Pool ., ..Ft.O': Aspidistra, Bromellada, SCHOLARSHIP AT
11.11
_
riO.B'LltI .
H. t of S wof II, P.. 11 1 t. )iMLh.w. I.n. WU5 ".11 P. t ltsy :LM Otl, Dracaena, Monster, Pindinus UNIVERSITIESOne

Dr tile 1 run 1C. Commoner a.t 1910' Comlil.ncs whir.N. peperomli or Sansevlerla annual
OU"I Pop .r SW I, I. 50t. Wiry .r Lot These and other "cast Iron" scholarship in
105Pt. .
5: 9. 1111 1'1.. 8. II. LR.I lots agriculture will be eitablUbed
.. N. III 1'1 'i1.re. N b.. .. ....(" W. .11.) ofFtl ornamentals will withstand by WTVY Incorporated. it
w. Zoo .rsl R.. P. abuse, low light intensity
110.0 Ft. warm
0.8. lI: ;..Pi tc 0 t tdgar Wlk.r .. Wtfo e." e',:; loo.iPt. 17. 10' W. jSt$ and cold rooms each of the three following

rrfml IWl 09 "HJ .. H. 111 )'t.. Pt. to Poe W. Some of the bugs that universities: University of FlorIda -
19' ltf rto t. p. WilliaM Hilt.R .1. rt., II. Inlrl. gn.wor Auburn University and the
I run t.: 09. P1.In 0e. ::08 111.11t t IN' .Wit. ....... ........ ..... .. t. "1Ft.. N. luck the lift from leaves These
Poll N. $10Pt. 101 Pt. to P. O. M..I. 1DI of foliag plant are red spider University of Georgia
10. 101 Fl., 9.III Comm; .t 'JI1 ..0W5'1. H. OR .t, P.: JulefOlI, ..11 scholarships will be awarded to
$ Lltl Vir ..... .. ....---? mltei, thrlpi whlteflle, mealy
551
:-'P.o' 109P4 pus 5 $5 I1.. bug, scale and .pl dL In malt gradual of high schools
tots
.L OR A
t 81$ .
Lot ,
II,. P. liT tc t I JIIdU' Walker .. war. 1.11 W. $11,1, Ft.0 It I II 0 II Blk.Ii. general[ maltthion spray at ten- who live within the viewing
b.ln N. 0 Station
IWO 05'W. Clet./ 1. 7. / day Intervals will atop in Insect area of Television
:
C74. 1 09St IW et 14.W.I.W. Pt. oHiFt. HIk. u $00.1 attack.Some WTfY and the recipient In each

H. I run N. f5to ., .. 1101 Fl... t, I. 5. 11. .. II, disease to look for art state must be a resident of that
iota 1 LU
,d.. te 1'008, J'j.' Dlle. Q.
11I..1411 1'1. I. PO. H t slim and crown rot, leaf spots, atit*.
A..pIt..- II 8 pia III.. Ml4wty, B. Also Hto lot. DRIII 11. ,,:UI\ .I'thru powderly mildew and blight Amount of Scholarship: The

141 d. totat' p 30s. DR 11. BIle 1, lots t The best treatment for item amount of the scholarship will
.. 4 i P, 15. fill. J., lot. ;
O .
10$. P. t", 01\ and Is be 11000Eligibility
11.9100mnt. crown rot to cut away
fill
Paul K.
14 I D..nns 4. 1'. 111oRo 1 A 13, '
lets I thou 14 all the mushy tissue and then : Any high school

.I. .t I.' ,NW"r. .' 11. r...*. U' OR 11, P. t 1. Alii;' AII.R 50..4 .1.7. lllli., Bile 1.. 10"M. I loot 0I spray with a copper fungicide senior boy whose residence Ii

110 PonP. Subn The leaf spot la usually halted within the viewing area of Tel-
.1 ,ne sf5N
:I- tI'lo II.
8. toy i .t 50 I ..tN :11'I. 'II' I 11N: by removing the infected leaves evUlon Station WTVY or any

Pt 411'. I 1'1.I', N.U'' I"t W. W $ run :i.1I 110'"? 955$' .. as soon a* they appear boy from the eligible area who
Pt., letoo .
I. Subav. OR 40.P..147. school
r. has graduated from nigh
104 N. H. $trmon. 17.14Let. Mildew are controlled by
JO. Ill B.
t f.. 5. ass LRt
1"- I.p. ..
8. 412.1 Pt. O. 1. : t.b.rrr:" Parker .. dusting the plants with sulphur but who has not enrolled IB
I I. 1 5. -
Ff. .toDa ., : tt1' Ji: CIb It'"ftt' tb.1 u. Oft U. P. 'II 11 1. Wit. -- 11.1. Bile. A. Mo.., 'I Blight ha* no practical cur. college

101, P. 17. t. t I I .. Witt I .... .....- II.., Comlll. at IWC or lilt It...,.. Stbdv' .111 It. best to burn an ailing plant Ban of Selection: Consideration

...... *e IWe, rut N 010.95055t 11' I run N.: "I OR U. P. III Lot Hay Door Cor" I before the dlseai* spreads to in electing the winner will
JII. lie Ft. ,.,. 113 Pt Lolt U. 11 .. 11 other plant be given to the academic recordof

ft'l ..... L "I :.t.tOi"'I.., 19. 31.< Slk. A. sober.Moos? Rubin H. Jshnson If the county agricultural the applicant hit leadership

II. ac.S::: Da.I l. OR 34lP. 33TO H Oslo D8 A.rH 110, P., III Lltl Gloss Johnaon 1.N I agent I I. not handy to help with record *. shown by his participation
N. m.DI .. I 11 1. O.r.1/ WII.... Wlts "..11Th I IBile. a plant disease mall a branchof In and honor won m
," W. 11 ...ft.1111 et Lolt 1. I, 1. I L '.
mIll 8. its / I sf NW D. 0005., the lick plant to the Plant high school, 4-H Club FFA or

C111. IT. t..05.1N9. 1e.. Los ,.... a.l4.. tlok Atr.s Iubdv.OR Willi. e. Allgood II.U Pathology Department, Agricultural other youth civic or church activities

II, "n, la.c 0,8 111. P. I.' 11 1 S I ... "tolltr. IU' 4$, P. Ili LOS Experiment Station and bill financial need

S0 Comm .t Nil!'! ..ru' Lolt I. 4. 5 .. 1.fill. and on* of the plant doctor Tim of Application: Applicationi .

9.04.WtrlWi.. :: $ .f $ O. 140.0' will give you prompt answer mud be completed and
'i. 4.DH : : Iubdv.OR
,.. .. .Pl Mk Acro. '
0 3.m.' L W. I 11.11
11$ Jobs Fulford _
filed with
WTVY
111 15 by May 13.
IU'II. P. III
.... 4 ,
let It I W lt.-... -+ to ..In. R, 179Pt.
.... .. $20. rut ., I. is N. olds tots 11 0 31. Bile.O. Many house plants like to beset See application blank for spec
W. lots P9.. N.IotS fO' Ira kyarl Rd tte.07 O.Ie out of door during warm dal state requirements(
Ft., N. 011Nt. Rei., W. 111 "I. A". 'Publ.. 0 Wit Fro.t Lumber Co. UI sunny days. Of course dont How to Make Application
9tl
11 lII'n. W. along sold RO.. Rf. P, place tender plants In full sun Application form may b* ob
H. t. P. n. ....., .. .r pod..ralRd. .
'01 90. N. I Da.W. 8. (7urtl. Leo Jo.k..s 4
5N J'I N. s1I OR 50. P. It' U t. 0. Wit. ............... 11.1. In Lot Unknown .... unless they are hardened first. tallied from any County Extension
I 1'>.,. se 11'11. W.IU ...In U NWC ..taW it. LRt Plunging the pots Into the Agent or Vocational Agriculture
1'1., N. 101Pt. I .t N' 1 III isms In tot soil to top rim depth keeps Teacher or from Television
.. I. 6. !1.t. IIloin. O4 I. R. DHtl 1111.4Iogl5 the molstur Inside the pot Station WTVY.
8. 006 )'1. N. I toe IY,1'S.IN, : P. 111 Litt lei tiorblft sues _
I D.,. I0 mtn 9.000.s Pt.. B. ill 1'1., N. 4Ott .1 .we fit uniform and keep the plant Who Select the Winner

ft t. to8.nl. 53 Lot 7$. I. R. P.msN.53'110.. root cooler. WTVY' will assemble all ippli.cation .
.;. P.: to Pt. tt.t..:.. He.ofglot You might consider the out- and transmit them to

r.?'a DB 111. l'' ti 1 I 1lam... 1[, ,..t.. $60.91r .lit J'1 Iyr 1434, PR 1101 S. 71PS : of-door Idea for plant during the appropriate Dean of Agriculture
Pt.0o
9. vacation and ask .
your i neighbor A Scholarship Committee .
:, 9.9080..4 U' D1 .
11 ...r.. .U C.Id. II. PP.I If I t II WalkerrAllots. .1.11 W. POH 135 11.-5... i41'; ; to water the plant U the of each University will

.t All:, .f ...In ii o 1'1. eof I 55' 8. II' "I.. rain shower are not at the make the final selection of k*
Iwo ,.. 11 NWC 01 I'lltv N II' II' 8. 105Pt. proper Interval while you are winner and three alternates on
.ort oft I Old.Z rue t 105 Pr. ., H. II' an' or about June
iwiy 1 at
Ima iL Nr.In 115Ft. 01 which time
11 1 Pt, N. 0V. P
.., \I j 0sort. ,uO'al. :: fi.v5 .11.1111011I'" they will be
Nit I' I R II' ... t. \ ,4, P.1.Rl ".... announced,
I. .W (Oft', 1111 be. -- Time and
I1/H' OR U, 71 Isslptm.rp, Ht Weather Method of Payments
a!I8rl:: P'I' Nswbt attar......... lI.n P. 11 1 Al 53.05Reels Lot 51 JUe. 'It., "'NItNo. 30-Day The scholarship payment will
1, .tie. Vl.wPoint. be mad to the
4111 I't. 8. winner
7 during
H/ela It NWO.ran. .11 1'1. .. orNWC.t D8 $11, a. r1.antPt U 01 OutlookThe his third Junior
t. 47505 1") II.U' HII P. 11$ I 11' L..ta year In col
10' H. 0445 r 0 too legs To b
eligible
for the
)'1. Ie N. .td. Drilia" "lt.le:' hII II.... Thirty Day Agricultural
R0 N. II.W.lt. r0., f ., Clinton ......" Weather Outlook for the month enrolled th*then must b*
to. Fr. It In
salon Tn ( "" .t. School or Col-
: .. Na 1to PO," OR II, P. AIrtl4 to.1. WI!.. of May for South Georgia lege of Agriculture
W. bdr. 01 509 11 1. .. Wit. ............ .. 11.11 Southeast Alabama and Northwest verity when the at the Urn-
hot ion. N. 1 oT. Luis .n Pt: 8. LAfADArThs. Florida Issued by the It awarded scholarship
O. & UR 3e.. ; AI nil ft NWC.1 N. 0 Weather Bureau Advisory Agricultural at th. time, of p.)_
P.: 40 01 at Iou..... Pr..lr z1. run 5. I" Ft., W Meteorologist Tifton mnt. Ait Auburn Unlvtnitf
JO' rt.. N. It. b* must also
1'1.,11I..... liii SFt. have been
enrolled
Georgia 1M4 -
May 2.
:
.1 .
S. NWO : In the
; O. .. .. 0L School of Agriculture
rut N. i$. 0t. /' T. R ORre Willi. ''UIIa. Temperature during the
15131 Pt P. 1.t. P. "I 11 1. WI1.. 11.11 month of May ir* expected to In has tint two year) Also h*

lOS II'\ t. Pool, Pius' Ill S Ft. average above normal over all must have maintained i satisfactory
1.5' U' w. $1 let rt $: :r of the Trl-Stat Agricultural academic average up

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C-P Has First Faculty Hears Dr. CombsIs Tinys Tots PlanCommencement News FromChattahoochee Thomas Rites Dodgers LoseIn Saint James


Science Festival Rev. Crutcher [ Speaker AtCommencement Held YesterdayFuneral 2.0 Contest Church News

._ on FrWay, M'y .at, the : Thi Profewionsl Growth The member of the gradual- Friendship A. M. E. Church services for Aaron The Quincy Dodger baseball Mr*. A. B. Cruachen. wife
Cartr-Prramor Scianc Department Committee met and formulated log class and staff of Tiny Tot I. planning dual day Women. Thomas was conducted from team wee shut out, Z-0 by the of the Rev J. T.
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eponeored n Selene the following program for Tuea- Dr. W. E. Combs Specialist Nursery announce their commencement and Rally Day on Sunday May Elisabeth Missionary Baptist St. John Knight, behind the ,
Festival! with grades 7-1J participating. day April 28, 1864. This wa In Secondary Education State cxercie The cloa- 0. 1964 (Mother's Day). Thepublie Church on Wednesday, May 6, itching of Lloyd Simmon, paator of Mt. Moriah Miaaion
Numerou project the second to last profeaslona Apartment, was Commencement log services for the term, 1963- I I is Invited to b* present 2, p.m. He died following an former Dodger. Thi. Wall the cry Baptist Church city will be
All of whieb meeting to b* prevented this Speaker for the 1964 64 will be held Friday evening Tha schedule for the day ia u extended illnee at the Gad den first time the Dodger experience the Mother Dy Program

"eneratd iviewers. The program waa outlined aa 'srrsmor, Thursday evening, South Davis Street. This program .. Mrs. Ana Trawick, Supt. .. The deceased U a native Alto Anderson took over in native of Macon Ga. where
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follows Presiding, ROT E. L. April 80, 1B64. was rescheduled form of Gadeden County where he 1959
ttli Fird 2. Morning worship 11.00: am.a .
It (. felt that ,quito cur uc. Sheppard, chairman, Proifewlon- The speaker, a native of Sunday afternoon, a* formely ( ) Mr. Thelma W. Baker, lived with the exception of a Simmons gsv up even hit, attended Ballard High School
Science Festival memben we of the al Growth Committee; Pecot- Lake City Florid, received mounced. teacher at Steven* Elementary short intervial' H* wa gainfully but they were well actered. later graduated from the Unl.veratty .

"fIIMfuL The Faculty along with tonal, Mr V, F. Daniel; Peom ill early educational training The program will feature school, Quincy b* the mpolyed by a local bur tie also truck out nine baU- System, Atlanta, Ga.
Bctlc.| b.oongrstuLtsd Miss O. Robinson Presentation ;In Lake City and Texas. Hs was welcome address by Helen ipeaker. (b) hewt Pin Bloom nee* firm. He poeeeased a personality Moat recently the received her
student participant for .: :. w of speaker, Rev. N. F. SUmpter I awarded the B. S. degree from .empbe.ll, songs by the tote, Choir; from Greensboro will which won for him I man.Rayfleld Elias toiled for the mister degree from Florida A

expended In preparing for speaker, Rer. James Crutcher. I hafln College, Oringeburg, S. Bible reading and exercise. urnieh the music many friends The services were Dodger, an rave up only four and M University, TallahMwa.
tim festival. Reverend Crotchet spoke I C., the Master degree at Atlanta Member of the graduating 8. Lunch 12:40: to 1:40: p.m. well attended by hi. friends and hits, striking out eleven batten She la ail active member of Mt.

this th Science Feel!- timely and concisely C1n the 1 Univeraitr I Atlanta, Ga, IMS are: Tony Burke, George 4. Youth Tim 1:45: to 2:55 friends of the family.. wa the looser The Dodgers Mortals Missionary Baptist
Winner\ in subject "Teaching to Kale the and Doctorate of i Education de- N. Williams, Gary Lee Williams p.m.> (a) HIM Janice Morris, The survivors are; )1,.. Lau- could not get a rally atart- Church She ha a wealth of el.
n1 wen Moral Standards in Ont Com Tee at Indiana University, Tony Goldwire, Cassandra D. ireeiding. ri., wife, Mr*. Leola Holiman rd, they were also hampered by perence, and I fa abreast with
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Bietogleat 5.1.. munity. The speaker bawd JIll Bloomington, Indian Sailor, Juan Nelson and Lynda 5. Afternoon worship S:00 p. and Mn Edith Thomas of bad bs e runnintf. The Dodger* "The Changing Time".

.Aloes- Hamlll, (HyeVe- subject around six major fact- Dr. Comb elected a* topic J. Ford. m. (*) Mr*. Mildred T. Maxwell Wabaseo, Florida., inter. will motor to Sylvester, Ga The speaker for the evening
ponies) First plac. on. for his address to the acnionhe Refreshment will be ,,"ed. teacher, Carter-Parramor Ed and. Thomas, city, brother.Eu..n. :were they will meet the strong program will be Willie Pittmaa
Self-control ( by and
1, abiding : Alphonao Thomas
Miry Brewlngton (Coftpoe t- the ten commandment). 2. followings "God gave you The public i* invited to attend. High School, Quincy, Florida one.. MiMe Letha Ma and, Sylvester Stingreea well known member of SUJamea.
|Ion of Sugar) frwoad I place. Self-respect (demanding raped I ife-It I M your responsibility to M.... liable Pittman, chairman, will b* the apeaker. (b) The Sylvan Thomas, daughter He also serves a* a class
(Genstica) \ u" Junior choir from New Zion leader, Stewart" and Trustee of
Ann Stoveni of others). 9. Self-purty develop; and Mrs Louis Carter, vice- Simms-Jsckaon Funeral Homein Kelly Youth
Church will furnish the music. St. Jamei. An invitation I II
Third place. ((important In any society) Dr. Comb began hit most hairman.CP charge. extended -
6 Inspirational Hour 4 00 to the to attend
Physical SciencesHoilica When one seeks evil he la evil 4hlmetlf. eloquent meeeag by eying thatt p Buried SaturdayGraveside public
Hamilton (Electra What one wlf-culUire I, lan't difficult to ascertain or Places ThirdIn m. (a) The Rev. Delia Moor The senior choir and usher
ale l ) First Place (cultivating on.'. own mind determine the way some individual and his choir will be the festurd Here and There rite for little board one will serve at both

/ Burn (Earth andits and the mind of other). 6. feel about life. He Indicated Track Meet artists. Th. group comes Mrs.. Helen Speight Goodwinof Dime Kelly was conducted at morning and evening services.
Inhabitant) Second Self-provider (One should b. I: that one has to do ia to from Donaldeonville, G*. Savannah, Ga. widow of the Mark cemetery, on Saturday, Superintendent, Powell E.
i Welter Campbell and Will- Industrious and frugal). Whatever I look around them and see how Th Carter-Parramor track 7. Report of Captain 5:00: elate Dr. Aaron Goodwin, of May 2, 4 p.m. She died at the Woodberry member urge observe all teacherand
Atomic Structure) do make H a job well t heir neighbor are living and pms) Mn. Mary Weal, pr Cadsden County Memorial Hoe- to the
Um Neal ( you team, participate in the second Miami, Fla, wa the house guest opening hour 945
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'Mrd place. 'done. Parent should teach their t they wlU know what kind of annual, Capitol City Relays, of Mn. Annie K. Steven, lut pUal Friday, May 1, following The Junior Missionary board
Judges for the science Furtiral !- children how to be ecconomJcaL I Ie. ihlloephy they hold regarding April 24 at the Florid A and M week She returned horn Friday a brief (line**. The survivorsare will :
were Mr*. Ella heed chairman Self..I'at.lon (Godinew) the I lit. Jnlverslty. The program was Hawks Now In evening after an enjoyable visit ; Willie Kelly Sr., father and the home meet of Sunday Mrs. evening Annie M.at

Mr*. Bernlce C. Hunter good C1f the community. Uv He continued by laying that sponsored by the Lincoln High with the Stevens family in Quincy Mrs. Emma Kelly, mother. Smith. Member are expected to
end *o boy and girls will say- I ill order for an Individual to be School Athletic Department. A Tie For 1st Place and Tallahassee.Mrs. Misses Ruby Matte and Trl- attend. Visitors are welcome.

Mr. William Wilaon Mr. I have been known the way and I successful In life, it I* necessary total of seven area teams accepted .. A. K. Stevens W M. of bue Kelly, sister and Willie Jr., The Rev. Gary Edward, aasuA! *

Morris Tuckar.1Hospital. will walk In the way of the :for him to aetabliah a basic Invitation which included Sundy win over Pelham, W. S. Stevens, Sr., Chapter no. brother. ant minister In charge.NOTICE .
Lord. :foundation' for living. In establishing Deaf and Blind School, St. put the Hawk in a dead loci: 167 0.E.S. and Mr*. Inei Wanhngton Simm acuon Funeral Homein
{ Report The e/UreM delivered by I this foundation the Augustine, Howard Acadany tie i for first place in the Ga. .. have returned home charge
Rev. Crutcher wee very informative 1 speaker Mid that the Individual Ocala, Milton, Albany Ga, Worlds Negro baneball leagu I after attending Bethlehem
..iMmeelon* April 28 May and complete.It I should acknowledge about life Dothan, Ala., Lincoln and Car- with the Tallahassee Clown., Grand Chapter in Jacksonville The baby porpoie i i* a strong All member of W. S. Steven"
4\DaiM J ) I* hoped that the facultyof l :the following 1. That one ter-Pammora, Quincy Both teams have a record oi Florida. swimmer, keeping pace with lea Sr., Chapter No. 167 0. E. S.
COLORED Cartr-Parrmor will be ahould hays a sound art of be- Carter-Paramos placed In the four win Mid one defeat.In mother. The baby usually swims are earnestly requested to b*

tZmory Bouie, Willie ManonBeatlea privileged to listen to this Uefa, 2. That one should b* over all scoring which i* conald- the effort to obtain flrelpl&'e Going to church regularlymay with the tip of its flipper present yak the first meeting,
Washington, Aaron speaker many tone again. aware of the changing time, 8. .red very very good a* this wa Havana defeated Pelhair; not b* your habit, but Is touching the mother' tide, 9, at 8.30 pm.
Thomas, Thorn Anthony, Hor- That one should acquire taste the first participation in the of 10-4 it Pelhan would be a good habit for you' sy Marlnoland of Florida ex- at which time the election of
by a score I
ice Ford, Delia Weal, TheresaDlxgn. Card of Thanks For the good thing of lif. and track and field event ever Home Park. The following play. to have. I pert. officer will he held.

<< Quincy Miry Lea Caldwell The family of the late Mr. 4. That one should prepare for Another great handicap was era had or more hit: Ave

Ruby Davis, Havana; Jan Emma Jan. Shirley wiahe to life.Dr. that C.-P. i* tnlmu of most Hicks, MeS I Richard Will.
Valeria Smith, Maria Ford, Tall; take ,iris method to thank their Coombe mentioned further needed equipment, including an lama,' Scottie, Dixie and Luke
Rutha Mae Jackson, Snaada; many frlenda for Undneei IA his address that life i. and official track, despite these Outotandng players are ai
Constance T. Jones, Bristol; shown during their saddest what mean can" only be answered great obstacle they rank third. followers Hall, Richard Will cc(MMENTS FROM THE CAPIT 01
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Booker T. Jackson, Mt. Plea- hour experienced Special by the individual. Ha continued Moet astonishing to most observers ami, and Qscsr Jones. Hal!

ant, Wileotl. Pr. aton, Ohattl___ thank for carda, telegram by saying that many individuals and fans, Cartor-ParTa- allowed only five k fcy Von MfUnquMUonablv.
flower, food, visits at home look at life In different moe low hurdle team placed out eleven r.I'WilUhi: !t

and other klndnee howB. May perapectivei. To some, life, third and fourth Individuate a 460 ft. home run over right
PETUNIASBesnilful God bless each of you. la only thoughtless existence, to coring with Phillip Johnson field and Scottie was four foi It i* interesting to note that there la a live way to eliminate povertywill
i Color Signed Rev. L. K. Shirley andchildren. the miser, life U money, to the and James Beth*. Both runners five offical time at bat. Th en the same day, in two differ real nerd for eivitrlghts legislation. be to encourage the growths
minUter. Ufa i* to thi ent parts of the world,two men But, In the name of all of job opportunities in private
a sermon had been In this field
never Hawk will play in the Hawk I
Severs Varieties life i trail and to the poke differently on the ism that'det'Jent.let it be the right industry. This,the Washington
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fooClifotia event.Mother's. nest Sunday May 10. The holt subject. Adlai Stevenson patiently kind of legislation and not a planner do not seem to under
NURSERY We liars found that It I ia failure. "Life, team will be Donaldsonville explained to one audience camouflaged power grab.It land.
'EARCE"S much sealer to male said the speaker I. to Importantto
promises ; Day "Yall com MTI"Antioch that peace wn reetmara e e e
than to them out through aimlessly. It Iieasentlal
carry go for the sulvstion of mankind.
that preparation bi Ii on.of the great mytt rle > When I wa In Russia, I was
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made for living. The happleel Program .
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the opinion of the writer commencing with Sunday was read to represen could not operate Radio wished to read. Currently, nf
1nl I the address delivered by Dr. school. The Guest Supt will be] Sunshine Bind auxiliary], tstives of 116 hsve-not nut ions. Station KTBC in Texas profit friend writ m* that there are>
Comb was a maeter-piece. Mn. Hattie McGriff. She will will\ ba entertained by Mn It was a direct order to the undcrprivlltRcd ably-but the L. B. Johnson cartoons depleting the"aggret

Even though many of u* have I be well supported by a aloft of Ethel Stokes, at home, Thursday : Weat.Jt to. arise and con family could did and ran it up *or United States'*taking prod
frontth.
formulated a basic philosoph;I visiting teacher from various t p.m. All member an Is contention that Into a young. fortune. uce from little African nation
}; life the words which my we e e force.Another with an ugly
,
lof wen I church In the urged to attend by
county. cannot continue our sweet,
spoken toI' by Dr. Comb Soclety could happen nowhere Runt American soldier standing
The Senior Missionary while .11!
caused tea to do> some rcflecti.: wlhb. morning worship service! will meet T:30 p.m. Thun' peace-loving policies ouradversaries they In the world but In the astrid the Panama Canal
held at 11 am. Th particularly United State and of all with dead mutilated bodies of]
places
thinking and, if need b*, alte r be entertained b ,
+ sal day and will ; one who ha enslaved and heldo
I of life opening ceremonies will bi I New York..the Puerto RUcan Fanimanlan around his bloody
our course conducted Mrs. B. Mrs. Pleasant M. Lawson a *o many countries captivity third I M
by Harvey there DEMAND that the feet. Still a am
and Mary Anderson The home. Visitors are welcome. continue to exhort the world echool the publle I formed, shows the United
speaker of tits occaasion will b* Supt.! Parthell Galney urge to attack schools : :h'e RIcan States Navy turning away':
EngagementAnnounced Mrs. S-,. Hohbd,. She le avery all teacher and pufiili to bi e e e children attend MUST know boat bound for Cuba and laden.
$100.00 1 JACKPOTAT good Chrlitian worker. She on tint* You would think the Admin. and inrak Spanish! Moreover with food.
will be Introduced by Mn Jore Mr*. 'Annie Whatley, chairman litration\ lilly I if we lent dollar they DEMAND that the hintorr : The important part of this
tha Smith. of the Mother Day Pro directly to Cub.so we sendthem of Puerto Rico be taughtl disclosure i* not that it repr j jent {
gram committee announce thai I indirectly we give aid to Do you remember war back anything new or a depart
Mrs. Rufus Cillaway" of Cape I The t 30 program will be a special program will be hel d Morocco..and Morocco buy when immigrant coming to ture from the previous Russian1 I
May, N. J., annuuncei the engagement sponanrcd by the Undenomlna- commencing at 11 ..m. An Invitation sugar from Cuba. It is silly, this country were gild to be. brain-washing" of their eitisendit !*
and forthcomni r tlon Missionary. This promises U extended to th, inn't it? And not only silly 'but comeAmerleens.eventhought i* projected now bo-:
JITNEY JUNGLE marriage of their daughter. to ba a inapratlonal program public. downright stupid is the admin. it their duty to study, cause In the midst of alt our
Mary A. t* M. Daniel Hall, oj:r An Invitation is extended to the, The Junior Miasionary Soei.t .. istrttion of our aid program to Understand and peak English sweet ...* and light, when the,
44. Shelter Height. Quincy. public, will meet 5, p.m. Sunday, Red latellite, who supply Cubawith ...and learn the history of the Administration I* asking u* to
Mia Calloway I I. the daughti:r The Tiny Tote Nursery M.... blots Hughes, hoetees. electronic{ equipment and United States-rathrr then ex. think kindly I of the Rusmsns, teAt
PLUS of MA and Mrs Rufu Calla. Quincy, will have charge of a Weekly services, Toes- military hardware.Sukarno feed them and extend credit
prayer .
way Cape May, N. J. She com. special program, 6:80 p.m. Sun- day evening 7pm. e nothing ha. changed from the
5 BONUS WINNERS plate her high achool work a L day. Mr*. Mabel Pittman, Director told the United Russian point of view. We are
: Cape May and ia a graduate 01 t in charge Plat; *,"To hell with your aid". till the dirty name, In thettj
of ThanksI
Temple School of program will Urmkale Card In hi* speech, he turned to the tale-controlled propaganda. ,1
REGISTER AT Philadelphia, P*. gwith a baby contest. The entries! take this method to than!k IT. S. Ambassador and aid. e e |1

Mr. Hall, ia the eon of Mr. In the contest I Ia a* follow: the many f nend* and relative,._ "When wa it that*you wanted Looking about through hi"*"*,

i JITNEY and M.... Ben Hall Sr., city. H..e Nellie R. Nealy iponaored by who visit me during my con to atop your made aid by Though the Am no tory,one find adage that con1eyed '
JUNGLE In the Gadsden Count;y answer was the I of For
i* a member of the graduatiniclaw r Mr*. Mabel 1 Pittman Martel mment baisador trust that the / feeling people.
My special thanks t S wa Instance, the Roman .had"Wherever
of 1957 of Carter-Parr Reeve epotteorsd by Mrs. Marl HoepttaL Administration will\ break Its
1 BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHED mor High School. Horn, Earnest Cloud, sponsored the nurca and also Dr. J.fI1fI a silence and thunder its reply to a Roman, there I*
Mrs. Joretha Smith Leonard Lloyd Maaney. May Cod riches Rom.. In Colonial times, the"attlaan.k.
r They will be joined In Hoi;C by the baiting egomaniac Mr. Su .
f !
each bore the motto
o flag
t BY 6:30 P.M. SATURDAY! wedlock In the early part 01JUII. f Williams, sponsored b y blearing bestowed upon ksrno,saying briefly-Nowl" "I>ont tread on me." In the,
.. They plan to reside Ii I Mr*. Bertha Williams. The pub- *"' This I* the same Sukarno when West )
day oar wa newly: ,
New York City. lie M invited to attend. MN. Julia Sim who has broken every promise, opened, the cadence of the
reneged on the plebiscite he
people wa symbolbed by the
pledged and for whom we for "Live
each
expression, day see
aook our ally, the Netherlands
can look man in th
you every t
a NATO member. Still we eon *
and tell him
belL
eve to go to
Cul1A' r
tinue to pour our million Into Medieval. France sported a tat
the rat hoi of Sukarno's auti- thistle with the
bearing
a
IS FOR U.3. Indonesia. pert our public school* to teach
"Who bruises it
slogan, get*
.;.
A. A. in the Immigrants foreign Ian .* And Scotland' fla

Everywhere I go I find that guagel portrayed a thistle and eon
Intelligent people are for equalrlguw lamed the Latin motto"No one
for the colored man. Be Amerlcar have been duped wound me without being pun.
yond a doubt, h.'. entitled to again..you remember when Ish-d."
itI them. And making sure that he the administration promised Today our motto seems to be
I 1 PRINTING I Ella them I* what the current that at least 60 percent of the .Let'* be nice to ear anemic*
Civil Right Bill ia supposed to American wheat we were sending and hope they will have a
be ,tbout. But I* It? Because to Ratal would be lent in change of heart"or"Let's not
1 the sad fact I I. that It also in. American ehips. Well, the "ex. look at it and maybe It'll g*
eiite" 1 that then I. inauffielent
elude deception that threatenthe an .
way",as .t"c'Caba.
baste! right of tilt majority number of American i
while pretending te serve the ships. The wheat I* being cent e e e \
Mlnorltlet.; Politician save In bottoms) belonging to other Ever since the Court of Appeal .

1I twisted the wording around so nations reed" Gu. Hall and his
LETTERPRESSand that it turn ever to the federal e e party member, they are more
government the power to trsra The lamost excuse I ever flagrant than ever in issuing
I pie on our traditional American heard was that offered by Pe directive for work !stoppage
I freedoms. fcnae Secretary Robert 8. MeNeman Inciting civil disorder and ad*
For example the bill lay an who elated that the orating our submission to the
j. ., employer Must Sot show "di** ream w* did not *da dictate ef the Sovwt demand
criminationBut what I. -dle. thin," about the Cuban itua. Under the gals ef better
J crimination"T What doe the tlon at the time ef the missile American-Soviet relation*
.r kill really meant confrontation I. that w* were there I. Intense pro-Soviet activity
It emit mean, for example, "terribly short of fighter and across the land,the pee.pis
S<* percent of the worker in transport plane' and neededveMela. who support any and all the
OFFSETSales a plant must be American Indiaas. N* amount of whit*, doing ef the URSi would b*
IS percent f\trroea. andeon. wash will cover np the fact that Interesting to know where the
we have faded to deal effee money .wbl 1I support the
It WJ mean that an era lively with the Cuban threata meeting sponsored by the Com.miniite : .
plover ceuld be hauled before a e e m this country come*
federal board an charge filed The so-called "war en poverty from. Whe pays their railroad
Literature Leiier Heads t not Jut by an aggrieved em is a gnat. Ideal but the fare hiring of kalla, dteo,..
ployea,!but by any person er or* Administration* program adds Uona, electric: kUla,poeUn
rtnmUoa that preraiM to*ct ID to little mere the a revivaler en. adwrtuing and, for thai
'.a beaair ef the employeeentaml -. the old New Deal W PA. The matter, the aalarie af tarsi
Business Forms eves Ate eerueto.I fact .ID.lI1at the eoly effeeUfFA.DAY leader and kind agnate tH



and Labels I II. ., .::: ; Neighbors

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES aiL Tkronth prayer and elMS;

tatkn to His teaching w.. -

can M* .* y become e*.Utl;: T 1ir pe we ihooU maJi 1l.peace.

but wa can also find i. clear that 10. Brtnkal Utt .- '
IS South Madison Street w
aatisfaction.nee*** and hap" tune WIle coetributso -

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY. FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 7. 1M4! PACE NINETEENI :


YI( data >t tk* first pukllrkllaa aftkla NMIca of FaraoMiaira Bal* AtWIJtr. AtJULBT MoMCTXJOf.
ALVIM BLACK, I ...U... Ka..h olalm or d*. By Irk of CtrtaH Curt OBRTAN, MlCIlAthLI 4k MaOB-
CLASSIFIED ADS' ONE STOP D oh.b.L I mood must h.s wrltlnv/ and thf"i: Mil:.
.1JImIiJIm HOTICB tarts atata the plaaa and raal- : :, Wuklnrto* Slaat MrN1a0TalWa.sti
1* TR. NAMB Or 'TEE d.nc" and pest alflea add.. of dark af OlroutI Court at Oad*. T1o. ls
For All Your I .PLATO OF FLORIDA ka rlalmant Bad must .. duly laa Onanty, Florida, will .* tae It
M THW oncer" COURT or Tl AlTla 5atSSub. til Otrardt sworn .. ky ika elalmaat kla, lltk day of May lilt at It ill
THE BOUND JITPIC1AL 01R "' ....., coil ....... ar kla so...,, ar It will elrwk: A. ..., at tk. Moth Door
ala >aoon>a Bull Bad ta44 BMordlntnatd af CoanhouM OadJdaB Co.to. ...
Fishing NtedsLak (1'I? or FLORIDA, IN AND T.. are .....11, .5510.. ".1 a is I.... tka of Florida Trndntfonwd x.u..
flU> IB Florida
roa SALE FOR tWJl'I: COUNTY, soil for ..,... .. ..... City QBlnry
t11 d.ialsot .
u. ttk day *f Apr141JIIlas oHar
for al and
aall M
; FLORIDA publicouury .
EORRENT; : : Talquln RoadW. ..... .. ..
the I.doo.rt I.
: I .... Rooms LrDWB IN CANCEKT CAll NIX' ,." tor I. t* ika klckaal' and beet :D."r
,. B. Karl fort
ky TktlBta Black and .
W.
I' D. tUmO. .. Roberts SL EARL L. TANCB aid Pe" Ora EiacotHlef : bldtfar for Sash, taa followlnilaaorlkad
PkTBMBt LWMraUIr ANITA L VANCB. ar* karaby roqalrad t. til* with Ika Eitala of Paarl B.Waodwaril property alB.td lladidaB offIee CII I'O'"IMI'' Pirmrata. FimBUf tk* dark *f said Cmirt Four daoMaad
husband !bride, MwItla
aid .fa. Ooaaty : Dorid
FOB BBNTt OIta tara k.._ Already ArraBCfd. Nru I. P.loarra wrlUaa ..,..... If air. t* tkt ROBJCHT JACKSONAttornay S<. at lataraant4oB af
MtMUlaB Illl ... Bill ., CmplBlt la .... sulk far Biaenlrli II.RaUU ISO ... aMa. *f I"BMHWBtraac
MXMil I WARREN LANK Bad aid ta MTV a anay tkarcof *i of Paarl & Woodward with tk* North .Id.
with **llk4 aak rr:., ills Drirt. tf ABC CORNELIA LAME.kaikaad Or gory Bad Yowl. AUOrngstor P. 0. Hoi HIT ar WIBKOB Btraat and niB
both and kltokas Bad all mod and wU. *t atNOTICB Ik. piaiBtirt karala. wknatddraa V.r. BMB, FlorMaFlral Sunk alon* tka Maat ..... of QuIncyO.11nHtREPAIR
ara *.*.*BB OB. T. Flat.karOrxaakara. Dot....... U It Waat WaakliitanRtraat. pBklkiMloB April II, lilt Caiko. at..... HI toot I*
Fla, n... Ml IIlll TO ASiWERTHE .7i"ll.r.:*, OB arkofara Apr II. May t, 14, II ItNOTIt"'II thi point af ...._In.. SHOP
ar Ml t-lll BTATH OF FU1RIPA TO May H.rositill .OF BALB th.B..a from aald polix af ka*
MISCELLANEOUSFOR : I' FENCEINDUSTRIES JACOB J08K.PH AND HERBERT!: moo or Pacraa Pin COB- "
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCUR' rlaalni ruB Maat III faat.
fa will .. .. '
*** k* aiUnitra
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JUBICPH. WHO** RIUUblCNlE' Mon. Nenk
ll UiincaWaal
faat
Ton .r* krky ...ltl.. tact
SALE AKa XaflMarada.rh AND ADrREHH, AFTER I>IUOENT IB said suit Ik. following molar vofcktlaIlll IM '.... .h..... Houtk Located at New
> .hoad HE ARCH AND INQUIRY PONE AND ORDERED: at .. .
FOR RENTS Pupplaa. tfcll litMF Qilnay. VallBBt 4 door toil ra I" point af kaJinn.
Florida
Ohio II daaf
5411 IlIlNKNOWN. BUT WHOM AT- ., ., fa
Barlal No. IIIIIIIITI will ... kalnc HaplloB t,
April A. A ... .
T. 14. It II 4t TORNETB OF RJDCORU ARK 'E.U old BI publfc) Solo M I:II a'.lnka Twsahlp I Norlk. Rao.. I Western Auto
S B dr ,. FOR 1EORUB H. JAHN AND HRNRTB. Bdwli Barr tka iKk day at May lilt, all Waat, aUaM*. lying Sod k*.
BALK
mi Ckavralat
I .. '
OP III BBYHOLDBCILDIMU
: &Jt. I
roLJI log
tk (
nUeilod Impala ......tlbl., Ilk .... I Dark Clrcart CaartOadadia bled AP.rt.e.L IB I MIAMI It. FUJRlDA .... OMIBIP af 0........ and Mss Store
OOod raaoa far 1 .., County, FlaridaBy
09ls kl 711 W. WkmklBfIM. wiling, *w NO l Tbs ....._. ot 111. salo will of Florida purauaM ta ,". fin-
Call .Iii a/lar 1SL le. 1. a "... U.O
it .. ..
Tea and] .. .k *f y rs kwky < .I dnro al hw.dossr..ntsr.d
,. .. ..... .
ho sits .r Oh.snst
WltklB wtlklBf 4UIUM Apr 1. l>. May f, U It sppiind
1 Ikat CoHaiit ufarclaa ...
FOR SALE aotltlad a I I. a naaa .ln. IB said eo..... St
Illl bard-top I at r.OsIing' oloring a.d sals 1 WM Jwifonon
.! ...... moM*i aid i a artal* .50tg.g. aa tit '
> ceB,artlbla Ford, wltkaeoaaaorlaa VOLOBFIIL ITAMP FFBB of said toot,, .hlola and tae ;IJ..II"ll1 whir M
ekvtbct. air "' o'-r. good I MONEYDOWN the fallowtnf daaprlkad propartr. III varlad aaatriaa ._,., IBolidlnc mat at ptiblloatlon of .. /.. of ": I1J1RA: I.
.......
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looaltd IB 0. CouatjrFlmrld UVIMtM
eoiMllUon vrter.auaabl, sail I many aparlal aommaia.ratlva .ala sad than la t5a Mllafaatlonaf AND U>AN AS8O1ATION. -
CaD M-7IIL. dorter ...JMM NII after 5:55. tfTRADB I *. KwlltComnxat ., th. ...,...... ..."... aaly I dollarsSaid tk. ......... du. Bjidar Ikaooalraot (' a rarporation .,(."- LAWNMOWERSBICYCLES
I ooh, rtiaek ar toe.y .rd.r with I>omky rrankMlaon lid and ..1.1.1.. vadar ta Aol
kMTB .f R7-42I4. kTV OR fEIJ: BgoltFord eora.r af Motlea IL Tows- ti KLJCIN.: Bttrr, Hafaartraaaa at OMiBTaaa,
J. F U Bat III. Oraana.kora
.FlBJB.FOB Oal.,. IM I dr. Talons ship | Nartk Rant 4 WMt. d. ....trt.. Wa |.....*.... Flarld Ida ftnaalai rialntlftUK1UJO
rlc -
Paint WSW Radio "_ ruB .....* North II feel.Oh. prompt "ll.ary. tf **** to
.r. .
... ,
.10 Aoaurplua
af said iwoinr !
.,. Wart I4t feat t* the I
Tkuadarblrd Motor Col.-o-! O AWKINI (for ,
.. IN Toll CIRCUIT > will k* paid I. yes, and OUTBOARD
of krlBBlB(. '11. COURT F
point ,
matla arly I.UC1L1.0
.t"" o
power OaJI 1171141 AUAMV
OIM 121110 mornlnca. It UP TO 38 MONTHSTO I f..... aald pint of b..ln.l.irraa THE III X'ONI> PICIAL C1ROUIT ,.. will ramalB Ita"'. for anybalaara and i. W. ADAMS )
I North- III faat. tk.n.. or FUtRWA I''* AND raBMUalKB ajipald tHHlar MOTORS
110' ." .
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FUR iALM PAY Wilt I* faat lhaaea SortS FOR OANnIN1UUI'iTTI IN eonlrtMAMWHIATB and the doakat Biunkar af
II' (.-......) ikortwata r.o.iar.l 111 foal tkaar Kail II sit rHAJtriCKT DIICOUNTt"1Ut1RATIlNI I nun.h.r I.MlWITNUM whhikI
Llk D..,. Plus .... ta polil af kailaaln. said NO. I,IIIWVORCB .....l Ml iktnffkilal SMALL APPLIANCESOur
my <
"'...mala Wrlta Bo. "F", s/sI, FREE ESTIMATES buds altaata lr>', and k*. : Mil a E. MnllkkMTialkakaaaia.. Baal af said (10..... Ohio
IMSIIRAMCI G."" "." County Tlmaa. tf I Inc IB tka Caaaljr at Oid.. GLORIA ANN ROIk)& n.,.,. It lltk day of April, I....
I CALL ... aid Btata af Florida.kaa PW atMi. till WIN BAUM Clwk of tkt1rrM Shop Will B.
1HCII ALO>O Air UICITICIIAathaatla kaaa fllad. ..,.a..t yes, and Vi w TH* riRcrrr rvytnT orTHN (slA L.
stirring OtrmaB hereby r q.lrad t* Nro ALBERT: SONNY ROBCOB.UafunlBBt.
los are C1KCl
nrNI JIDICIAU
u ,,"",b.., II rd.. for < Court af OadadMCotiMy Operated byR.B.nRush"
roo 41
rpm a Npr af ear aaawar ar pltadln 'IT OF IN AND .
FIStRIDA rl.rsd.Dousiaa
only | dollar limit tI,.. offarC 627-8661 > I. Ika Complaint .* la. M THE NAMB' OF THBnTATE >
FOR O I IM)1roN OUUNTT, IN By */ m.. BBDPI
.oh. rhark OF FI/URIDA,
or moay ardar laPHJCIRBRECHER. : plalBllffi VoxtaaKklnara. '
t'ISANt SIt: T. >
RKNTl I kwlraom horn' VlMna II, Florida Owyaa di PanUl, FBaz 01 TOt Alkart ....., Roaooa. MATTIB &.&. for*puiy OlmkAttnrnay PALMER
HICKET IMaJntlff
Klnikrcaiaa I, Anitrla. Wa QuIncy. .'n.. mldaaoa la unbnswsToo
nested at Point' Ulllliaa OD thaHarana pap 11. ,.1I.h._ Florida Badplaadlni
Hlvkway Tontart Vlr- ratvrB _la,,. fcrrr, I* CQtr j is ttl. Ole orlglSs, ".".r .r I ara hanky ...In.. Uiainit rtalBtlff1RO1U ,HARHt. UCWIH MICH A KM af
Sills SoUse 4IJ-IHI aftar I:M U IB the ortlo of tk. s for dlvoro .... kaaa Illad HICKET: .
If (lark 0' Ik. Cliwalt Oaurl olladadBB MBiact ya IB Ika *4>ototriad 1101.ORDIIa .....\
I I OBBntr, Florida.kafor e. .r ouuH by Gloria Ana lIes-
J'OIJlJNT, Iraall Steno nit- tae 101 fc day af Mar. tN aid y0. b.rsby meslr0 FOR tlON..aU.TlYa'NltVlt'lI NET PROFIT POTENTIAL
.kl,* for oo.pi. looatad near City 95/. Ir yet fall N 45 M ,.... 1 fie trft: /S 01.11 .4ssld i
"" ",11. af Q..,..,. Call Illl alt..r INVISIBLE BEWKAVINO soil kr tacit will k* a5. I thanl .r wrill.s d.f..o :TOl TtROIL HKKITRoBia
1h. No. IAlkaay
I:0 0. U Cor Ik rtlUf danandad If up. la Bill af CaaiplalBlIn
.gall.t in *
I mike bole. t!l, te... sad : IB Ik* OMnpUlat. This i said MIL sod M sorts a Uaoril' .

burn dbippMr fri 4ap.- IiSHIRTS 'olio* shall k* p.bilsbsd .... copy ikftraaf BB Orap ry a.4Towle >IOU ARM HHIIBBT NOTTI.FIKI $15,000 PER YEAR
shod a anmplBlat far lTnrva
.
*Kk weak fr fa..r (4) **Ba* At.tnopp. fr lh. .'.. ....
fed garments aid abrlo. ... boon fllail acliat ,..
(utl.. wo.hss Tk. Oadad. lilt Mmlo. .II. .ddr.N I. II
la is ak. aalltl4 and
VACATION AT .. *a .arO.
SIT your damaged gar :County TimesDONS and ORDERED *l OnU' cy Wool. Plorlda WNunh.5. .. .r hasoro IItj"I.the /1 .ya. are karaky '001.1..... ta sir.. HAVE YOU EVER CONSIDERED

MEXICO BEACH menu by baring this Invisibly j I l.r. Florida IbM II day II A rlAD lay a( May. Illi Hrln fall aoy af la your tha cnmplalnt 5nswr .r M et..rploadlft' tk*
...
; Illi. not ar a Liaaraa OonfaaaoIII
news.,. Fair price. ka BMard .. plaintiff auornar. IX M Joknaaa. BECOMING AN INDEPENDENT
RALIMwl lBl IB
a
( pot III B. W.... ..laa .......
aid. .....
I Ba
I B. Apart-.." .-.. a-I. Sold pnpjpt ,""lee. Miss r gatary. FlnrMa. sod Silo tkaorl
Clark at C1moit. O..rt *TOa4M then AND OHDERBD MQalary '
P-a. I-I. S-a .. 14 Adrrf ....... ttl W..tKtac I >. C..I,. FIrMa.By Ftarlda tkl* Mad liar .liil af sold BJiaaar ar plaadlai BUSINESSMAN?
cmcI ./ Do"|l.. .. P..,, R C .f April, A. U ..." la Ika eftloa af tk* Clark
6C Quhrrr. Flu Pk. I Apr II. ... M. May t ItI (*EAUBdwla af Ika anal tlo.art aa a* kafar*
COKDITIABED 6S7-71JI. tf PANTSLAUNDERED Pair Ik* Ilk day af ,..... A. D. lilt.ar .
AIR
ALL II
I 1M TH* Clark Clrmll Carl daaraa pro *.nr.faa will kaaalarad your cnuwtr b YES -

.4 MAO TKIEVUI01B : rolTNTT ATOB,TU-I1E".Ha. (I...... Caaaly Flarlda ,.In", yn.,
COUNTY CTATM OT FUJHIONO a y ./ I>auila* a Maar, no I DONE'' ANII IHnBRKn laQvlnvy and con qualify -
... 11... 54 ITtl I Apr M, III.,. t. It, II .iIN Oao:4 B OWSN Florida.WiU you
I I I NOTICE or riuwrt FEW-ION I day f My, A. D Illi.

ALL BCAM WATEB.Br FOR SALEI FLUFF DRY FOR Rat FINil.nrTATB lUnrnAKOIN OP COTRT THB II*L W.o'UJ '- 1501141 511.15 Ran. I Can Show You Wh r.

Warn .. ...t" MAT FOX COBUUK TEN COUNTY PUOBIDA.NU t..I.rk n.1& C1oa....
REPAIRSALTERATIONS d.ma..4. till Oadadaa OiMBty, Fhirld PURE Merchants are doing this
Far ._,.'10.. Fk..a 1952 Willys Sedan I MimcB I* ".,.11,. sis. lka. IB rai Balal: af 0, ./,... .. fc iron, DC.
ad 1... hats (Had err tlaal rxaraor PEARL B WOODWARD Mar 1, K II. II tl
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PACE TWENTY ,4DSDEN COUNTY TRIES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1984

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4-H FAMILY IIItrI not evidenced la the display .
Having the backgroundof Gar
a juvenile court eounaeloi .
; y and therefore a first band know. e
edge of the juvenile court and 1
having attended each of the r
three meeting, I was able to t-
answer the question asked by
both those who had attended a
meeting! and the many who expressed -'
themselves a* having
wished that they had been able 1
to do to. The interest shown
!, hr" there wa gratifying indeed' to 1
one a* interested in da'*
wayward children M am L,1
Wherever I go over the State
I am approached by someone
who either attended one of I
theee meeting! or saw the exhibit
at Daytona Beach and an
( interesting talk about the meetings f
I and the prospects of holding -
.a
I. etwy follows.Bulldogs .
.more
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4H DRESS REV: E e I11 WEHU 'nose 91. who wfcn first plat In the annual Quincy Tigers

Dress Revue April 24 ore left to right: Sheryl Thompson and Glenda Fletcher, tied

for first In the over 14 age group; Merilyn Halie, first, under 14; Debra Kelsey, sea By Dons James

ond year tart; and Beth Hanell fast year fulL Photo by Photo Studio & Flower Shop Mar Eracti Bletenhols -- Time Sport Writer

can openers, dishwashers and lichen brought a chorus of The Gadsden County Girls' Raymond Jenlngs'Juan two Postm out
Japanese Ladies washer-dryer combinations. But surprise and delight and won. '&-H Council elected the Erne t. triple knocked with In the winning
the wives of a down Japanese der that could have been un- :lletenhoh family n the 1964 and Bill Thursday Fits afternoon at f 1
Visit In Areaby governor vlilllng in the state erstood In any language. -II Family art the annual 4-H run the Marianna --- ---
capital this week oooed and Several of the women eiood 'Dress Revue. Mra Bletenholi Corry Bulldog Field battled, a* U innings to MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Dave Greenwald, (left) president of the Quincy Band

Mettle Cobb aaaahed over the splendidly wonder-struck at the magic of 'was presented a saver tray In edge Qulncys Tigers 7-S in Patrons Club, Inc., U shown presenting< the first annual F.SU. Music Camp Scholar
'convenient kitchen In the home an electric egg beater and one I behalf of the Council fascinated :by Photo studio & Flower subgroup tournament play ship to Arthur Ashley. On the right is Charles A. Burns, Quincy High School Band
Tallahassee Al I modern ot Mri. Mary Roberts (wife of seemed even by a
Florida housewife, you probably I Supreme Court Justice B. K Jalousie door. She walked timidly :Shop.) Third baseman Ronnie Hat- Director. The scholarship is the result of donations made by individual to the

take for Tinted such technological Roberta). up to it but apparently ton of -the struck 14th out and to Postma open the gained top Quincy Band Patrons Club, Inc. in memory of Sandra Greenwald 1963-64 Captain of

miracles ai automatic I A modern kitchen was one couldn't resist the urge to wind tint base on an error by short- the Quincy High Band who was a victim of lightning last Labor Day, The Quincy
thing the lov.rnon' wives had and unwind the knob several YOUTH ASKS stop Reggie Bradley. Rettlck Band Patrons Club has made this a continuing award. The amount of the scholarship
wanted to we. They got an times. Another wss awed by s followed and struck out but awarded each year will be dependent upon funds available through contributions -
Floor eyefull of Just about any tool on disposal unit, but commented second baseman Bill Flte banged -
Covering the market for a latter day through an Interpreter: "We I Fora Faith and a Challenge .. out a single to put two on or donations made by interested parties. Photo by Martin's Studio
kitchen mechanic. would never use one In Japan ,Good Examples and Good Ex- Then Jenlngs, after two strikes
Including formica These women ranging In We would put these peelings I lanallons Known Limits teed off on the next pitch to whether the bead man Is are! Political Rally It is time to Uy plan for a
Inlaid Unoltura rabbet, age from about 40 to 60, dressed and food scraps In our lardeD and Consistency And blast the ball far into left center ain't Hated in Who's Coup. The summer vacation, hot weather
In expensive (about $300 to enrich the soil" Te Be Heard field to score both runners only limit ii two regimes per ia not far off
Vinyl CorkCounter apiece) native kimono, and But don't the Japanese have and pull into third with a triple ,day, Brazil excluded Termed Success -- -- -
sandals and without any of these conveniences, especially Br Dorothy S. Alexander, The Bulldogs had threatenedIn I'd suggest that Grew leave
mascara or ,
Top I'bee-hive coiffures, were very In their governors' Publication Bpeclallii the 8th with the base load- the Coke and Pepsi guys out Approximatly 350 persona attended -
polite they bowed low from man lona? Florida Division ol ed and no out and again into and get Adlal Stevenson, carrying the old-fashioned political INSECTICIDESSOIL
Work the waist when Introduced Mrs. Grace Braley, escort-In Child Training School Bth with two on, but couldn a load of bourbon, to talk rally sponsored by the
from the U S. State ,break through a* Qulncy's defense to Oracle Allen. Maybe she FUMIGANTS
terpreter Kiwanis
Havana Club at the
obviously well bred. Interesting (and a deserved will retirement
they were and travelling with heads come out of explain
played up.
But you couldn't tell much about Department tribute to a Florida loading in our policy to Barry Gold- school house last Saturday
the on a tour of coversl Edwards and Charles WEED KILLERS
AU Types what Impressed them or whether group the many phase of the attack OB Gary water and then he'll come outbackln evening
they were having s good American cities done, says Japanese of juvenile deUquency) is the tact Applewhite, both pitcher-first /tChildren's After a chicken pilau and
have a good Job their individual
Expert Installation lime, although many stale official American Inven- that regional meeting of Iuvrnile basemen led fish aupper served by members
hits each.
copying some with three
*, Including Governor and protection patterned on quads of the Eastern Star In the SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
lons designed to create more
1 Mr. Yarns Bryant were tryingto hone held at three of Florida Applewhite pitching in reliefof DayIs school lunchroom, all local,
leisure and less backache for
( make their visit a pleasant raining schools last year will Jenlngs came on in the sixth district and state candidates or
SHE FER-BIITCH one. Their face were italic the housewife be held all over the United frame to go the remaining distance Observed By their representative were given
"/wYta'K and serene. They seldom "But the trouble ii, most of State this year. These meet- and receive credit for an opportunity to epeak. Wallace -,
"" s. s.as/Ll imlled and never gesticulated their homes are not adaptableto togs, held last October at the the victory. Applewhite failedto G'Boro ChurchChildren's Shelter Jr served as master
/QUINCTHOWOA< when they talked. Almost none modern living as we know It Florida School for Girl at yield a walk In his 9 Inning of ceremonies I Sales & ServiceInc.
In America," Mrs Brsley said tlnt Marianne's pitching staff observedby
spoke English Ocala and the two state train. Day wss The evening supper wa highlighted
I But Mn Roberts' pastel t pink The Tallahassee tour took tug schools for boy, at Okee- gave up 8 runs on 10 hits, no the Greensboro Methodist by election played by .
1. - them to ,Goodwood Mansion chobee and Marlanna errors, 3 walks and 14 strikeouts Church Sunday, May S at 10
were the Havana High School Band
almost went Into ,
where they am. Mrs. David Love openedthe
I sponsored by the
Florida Con-
under the direction of E,
meditation over the antique gr* of PaneM and Teacher Tommy Bauldree was the program with piano selections Brackln. Grady'' Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101
piano with the pearl keys, a and the Florida Council of loser In relief of Edward. in Herman Rowan welcomed
hundred year-old music box the 8th. Edwards and Bauldree the members and gave the FLORIDA
I that worked, a pair of matched Juvenile Court Judge and were combined to give up 7 runs on opening invocation. Education being what it la, QUINCY
attended
Ming vases and other rare 600 member by something of the P.T.A'sover over 13 hits, 4 error, 2 walks and Mrs Fred Larkin, superin- it i* hard to understand why;
so dew student like school.
pieces In this grand old ante- the State. Judge G. Bow- 18 strikeout tendent of the kindergarten,
helium home, Marianna went on to win the
primary and Junior departmentsgave '
don Hunt
Judge of the Juvenile
'The' Japanese have a great aubground title edging Live Oak
the reasons for Children's
and Dome
'rp respect for antiquity," Mrs ot Polk tic Relation and chairman Court 2-1 Friday The Bulldogs will Day. The opening number directed NOW AVAILABLE atBILL'S
I Uraley explained. "They col County now advance to the reglonals by the teacher, Mrs
of
the Committee
For
l rider It s part of their proper \ on Juvenile with their' hopes set on a berthIn Herman Rowan, was the kindergarten BAIT & TACKLE -
of
Protection the Florida
I upbringing to know the makers Congress the state tourney. clan 'who exhibited
of Parents and
of a piece of china or the per- Teachen types of growth sent to them
wan the moving spirit in these MOTOR REPAIRS & PARTS
iod of a chair. This ..ndeal'ltheTho fall by a kindergarten class In Wisconsin.
\ their host. meeting : Mrs. Dorothy Juneson,
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Wonderful ladles from Japan, In answer to Judge Hunt's -T sssir'ant to Mrs Larkin, introduced
which is renowned for flower letter to me aklng if hi could the primary class and EVINRUDE MOTORS & BOATS

arrangements that are short on 'impose on good nature againto fttf.t; 1 Mrs, Hal VanLandlngham In
flowers and re-create "the exhibit,' I fi( -0-
Treat + long on design, troduced the Junior class. The
which used at the annual
were moat complimentary about wa explanation of all religious holidays
the massive bouquets of fresh meeting of the Florida Congress 1 I were given by the puplU; YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT NEEDS
yellow and white chrysanthemums of Parent and Teacher at 'yllUPMUY with illustrations and musical CAN ALL BE FILLED AT'
Bring Mom and the Whole Familyout In the Governors Mansion Daytona Beach in Novemberand Grew Pearson, who plays deep, selections
the huge mounds of red which depicted the happen left feel for the New Frontier The Rev. David Love clothe !I BILL'SBAIT&TACKLESHOP
to Join us lilies and pyracantha blooms at toga at the three regional Red Birds, reported Jim Farley, program with prayer. ,
I Goodwood and even a vase oplantlo meeting, I answered that I who sells Cokes ell over the; Musical selections were presented ,
for delicious meal flowers at Mrs I fob- should be glad to do no only If world talked to Dick Nixon, by the three clssses al QUINCY'S FISHERMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
a erta', they will UM our Florida judge the Pepsi glob peddler, about: the morning_ service. _
I Although these women didn't For the program I Of course Kliterally asking Ike Eisenhower, who J
appear to be very happy on is Impomible for ou r sells boots, to help get the GOP
Ulie I the surface, they seemed to appreciate Judges to go to all the** meeting nomination for H. Cabot Lodge
Je//epjon ou6e and recognize the concept -, over the U. S. but I truly I for the Democrats.
of happiness, sometimes in I hops that torn who are M The Idea is to get the formei
unusual things unusual a. "knowledgeable," a. artlculat,, president to come out backlni
East Jefferson Street least In the Western way 01 and a* dedicated* moat of the administration foreign polIcy <
thinking thoM who appeared the albatross LBJ must weal
Phone 627-6500 For example, one of th I grams may be dfI'J::I during the campaign and K
wives, typically looking fo: program Actually the Florida I would Henry' C, since he's beet ...
meaning In the flower arrangements Juvenile Court judges* who were I part of it.General. o
Quincy, Florida saw In an artlatlcall y on the program did an excel], Ik* is one of thi .i-.r..
constructed bouquet of snsi. ent job, each on a specific phu' 'I spellbinding confuses who eve r .
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--- -- --- of the juvenile court program,, address s gatherln at the 19t
IU history, 1U philosophy, and I hole. He can detail his plaj y
3 Flea beetle problems on Its method of operation On, on a round of golf bole-by-holi
who heard them all at one meeting to a locker room crowd anc
each concise and rrlevan, not one of 'em can guess close
and, bert of all of all. exempli to his core.
; shade-grown tobacco ? tying the true philosophy of theJuvenile How can anyone ask a guj er
court, had a fine and like that to back something thai e CfS
accurate of the juvenile court Dean Roil can't explain t
and what It ought to. be. President Johnson? 0e
The exhibit of which' Judge The best I can get out of th "
I Hunt speaks I* to be recreated policy from Husk and 97,684
\ for the meeting of the Nat- undersecretaries 'Is that we reeognlie ,
I .--: lonal Congre of Ftrent and any alleged government
Teacher at Chicago In lab The softest, lightest, perkiest scuff '

I : I AkIftiiu ;\ ,, interest Ma,. There shown wa a in great the deal exhibit of: ever to catch on admiring eye or

Ii at Daytona I stood near H fm HAULINGTRUCKING pamper a (luxury-loving foot with

f. many hour to be able to. .< at foam-cushioned comfort. How
h might
I II I wUh to rat'J,. meet- many paIn and what colon?

dragon "happlnni, lightness Don't worry th./re "t'

and freedom. ALL KINDS spree-priced.
Another, commenting on the t
folk dancing which was part and Long Distance
of the entertainment during
lunch with, among other, Governor FurnIture Insured
and Mr*. Bryant, member $2.99t's"
of the Florid Supreme .
Court and other state official, Sam Hutley
at the Junior Museum, aald
'They dance so skillfully, so

happily Beside!" Tallahassee the Florida i MAin 76433S. Blue

tour includde Cape Kennedy
Sarasota, Fort Lauderdale PInk
and Miami where they emplaned I ADAMS ST. I .gar
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( Washington on the next A Black

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