Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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Rulnfiill month 1.71

Rainfall year 2T9B


VOLUME 64. NO. 20


1st Annual Invitational Golf I ',.,.... ..!, t'l ft. 1 I 3'.7'; 1 I I ( Oral Vaccine Is Available

Tournament Set Sunday 'I. weY i Thursday At Courthouse I

The Sawano Country dubt

Tournament lint Annual ii Invitational scheduled to g y!r Thirty-Five Planes Dusting } I( Local Hospital Sen. (!Fully Manned

underway at t a m. Sunday Ma Kelly ListedIn

17, according to Bob Wind pre Open House Is Third Place Clinic Will Be
and manager at the club. : Candy Stripers Fire Anis Here
Mr. Wind says that he has had An HiMiHIc. ) report al It's, ,

food response from golfernearby Ir: H you see orange blimp-shaped { Set TomorrowIn dais 1I.II'd'a." Nroft. Kelly Open All DayApproximately :
cities and ai of Tueada) Finish Course balloons floating aloft dust getexcited. t.WI Volea behind Riihert King
observance of National Hew t Hlh thus placing "h"
had 25 registrations to go wltt They are Just markers fe "I i n.
the better than 30 from this Thirty-five high school girls beceived used by planes to dust for pltHl Week the Gaitmlrn Count! ,I kelly I In third pl.,... Men. lullI 9.000

tie stated that only M entries arear I certificates signifying fire ants. tJ llcispltal has scheduled an "Opet IT 1'f'I'I'I1.1" "ci4r. n| s

be accepted and urges: those Saano -. successful completion of the Can Approximately 9000 acres In House" tomorrow afternoon! Iron II total nf .IU east for govern Missed Dos. Sunday

.. members who would bile to, dy-Striper Junior Nursing Program Gad dPn County are being treated 1 to 5 pm. Thomas Reed he*:I !. liadwles (hussy.

play In the event to register by' during I special meeting with Mlrex Fire Ant Ball which pllal administrator, cordially 1 Invltes Type Three. fahln Oral Vc""

triday at the latest. Registrationtee I in the dub Room of the Quincy II composed of com cob grits the public to attend cine nil! h* given Thursday (Ices

Is S7.50.There State Bank yesterday afternoon. soybean oil and 1/10 of a teaspoonful -1 1i I Mr. Red brought out the fad: Cooler Room At t clay tn those of this county who
The that American hospitals' havi
Candy Striper Program was
of Mirex The
will be three division per missed getting the' third and final
this by the Cads- come a long In a short time,
sponsored year tiny pellets i are broadcasted by, way
In the championship flight; to be In 17m : Farmers Market dose at the teKi county clinics
den slik
County Hospital Auxiliary century peonl'Mere
played over 27 holes medal play planes over the larger designated this past Sunday, according M
Those who received certificates usually cared tor In alms
All other will be match tracts and the smaller areas will John
nights Herring
: ihalrmsn of th*
were Carol Ann Hampton Nancy J house's, peiihuiHcs and Now In Service
: qimrsiv
play according to Wind. : receive application at a later drive reiMTsc-ntlng (lie Quincy Kl.
Carol Johnson, Vickie A. Floyd dale thin line stations, Even: as late as tlwItlh
Pairings will be made according Jane Bruner DeBord, DHores A. probably wmnrr.Bernard cenHiry many people viewed; A huire cooler room' mea..urInr .- w ash. hub c-cMwuisor of the
Associate/ County -
to average hole acores with Bryant Harriet Louise Fletcher Clark' the Fire Ant I -- the: hospital:;:I : as a place: In whichto ; I I XI<< by 49 feet has just been iroKt with the (iailsctcn County
Agent explains
wards going to the winner, runner Margaret: Jean Moree, Marsha F. workers start to take the bail TIlE QUINCY PILOT CLUB donated font wh..l chain.Jour die', completed. and Is now In op..al.Ion { Icwpllal Medli-al hlarf

up and consolation winner in Shofner, Gloria Dianne Moulton' ,, into the mound within a few minutes aluminum walkerottea and on* pair of crutch* to the But after UiO! came the flrslhcwpltal { at the State KarmenMarket Herring renmta that due In lh.

each flight Mary Margaret Dean, Brenda after application. They extract Gadsden County Public Health Department'. Loan Cloeet -(rained protcvaiivial' nurses just west of Quincy closing of all Negro schools InIhe

Coffee and donuts will be served Campbell Carol Jean Lliigelt tilt oil containing the Mlrex Fund for the equipment wer* raised through the tile liivc-ntuai of the xrastill y Th. immense ,oam-IIOnO, county for the summer and)
free to entries In the morning J, Susan G. sponsorship i ... the fail dial this past Sunday WI'JlhllhPra'
Marilyn Williams and feed It to the queen and all by the Pilot Club of the sale ol Progressive Farmer of new surgical equipment, square feel is being used Id
and a buffet supper will be served Woodward, Susan E. Reynolds, oilier ants. After a lew hours the and (he Installation of the new pl.-cool before processing thsKarlygolct Day only 3.DUO people
following play in the evening Nancy M. Dreher' Judith A. Dot- worker ants bring out the de- Poaders Service. Shown are Mrs. Clarice Htgqln (left), laboratories. Many services cuulcl 1 variety of peaches responded leaving sane eight ofnine

Wind stated. on, Wilma Virginia Markham, oiled bait and deposit It In nestles Quincy Pilot Dub president; Mis. Audrey Hancock, head :be I proxIriVd:: :: must efflc lenlly only which are now being harvest thousand llhuut this vitalthird

The professional staled Tuesday June E. Smith Nancy C Beane, pi around lie mound. Ants nurse oi the Public Health Department; and seatd in In hospitals. As ntecllial; know sledge al. Affording to Uis.ly Roberts doseI1i

that he and the course personnel Judith E. Smith, Joan C. Poverty, start to die within 2 to 5 days and wheel chair Mrs Moyd Blanch., clerk. Equipment from Increased and hospital mortality market man' -sr, the pole I ban Klwama dub has lIIact..rrauJl1""Ia .
had been busy aU week Peggie R. Lam, Sarah Nell Hood,. are piled outside the mounds by rales dropped, the publicsltitiide and squash are als just airs lo have a fully
getting the fairways greens and Yolanda A, Harrell Laura Davis, other ants. This continues for the Loan Closet may b* obtain.d upon request Photo Inward hcwpltals rhHiigedMore InC\ to eom In and I pr.reraln( manned clinic In lie hallway c4 I

tough In good condition for this Klnnle Oolry, Patricia Rudd, Mary several days or weeks until all by Martin'* Studio.Summer. people entered) hcwpllals, for ihotild reach" full activity b y the courthouse all day today, be

the tint invitational tourney to Alice Harris, Joan C Morrow, ants are dead. medical cane as well\ as for sit r' May ll! ). ginning si t a m. and lasting unII

the Sawano Club's history. K aye Sanford Jane' Strickland. I No area ot land receives treatment g,'ry. The IXmond-Tager Produce p nl. Those persona who .

Palsy Wood, Jeannle Murphy and unless Ihe owner has requested School Plans The 20th cenluiy hal been Co of Tampa U handling all I l 11I1.,1hi'/ Sunday feeding are

64 Area Scouts Sarah Lopez. It. marked by even mule rapid idvnnivs 1- sale of peac-hea and vegetables.Houswlve ilrcmgly urged to go by the
Pins signifying 100 hours work | Murex Fire Ant Rail Is not In mmllcal and hcmpllalproKirss. 1 \ may punchane. pro- courthouse lakty.ad. t get this final

were awarded to Brigilla Bicten- harmful to fish wildlife, livestock Since HXJ the number due at the Slate Farmers vaccination' I In'ring emphasis"ed
And Leaders To holz, Bonnie King, Paltl Sue pets or humans. of 'iKwpllals In (he United Stales. Uarket. Ihe fail I that It will only take

King and Marian Flnuff. cal Canada has grown tremendously II. went on t. that u,. a few mlmilei and the doaag I I'

Attend Jamboree The purpose of the program Is Scout Summer Slated June 19 July 24The But even more Impressive ldlllon of llw rooter say mom now' ,.Iorl,..., lasleli>ss err) there are

two-fold: 11) To acquaint local Is the story of the care they 1 make. Uis Plate .'.rm.r. no harmful .1111<11. Two drcnn o|
Sixty-four Boy Scouts Explorers high school girls with the many offer Between 1934! anal 11; In Market her one of tile most :he vsm-tim are plated I upon :
and leaders from the Suwan career fields available In hospitals Camp Program the United Stales Ihe length cj modern and tip-lcxtala' In Hielats. ) lump nf sugar and eaten by lhriHiplrnl
nee River Area Council will Join and (2) By doing this, Gaclaclcii County. Summer slay of the average patient In : I Hln-llcs I may gel

more than 50,000 other Scouts fort t strengthen the hcx+pitrla' ability Opens June 21 School has turn set for June 18 a general honpilal dropped inn The cooler! room was Mult tiy "leim on a piece of bread w Is

Sixth National Jamboree at to obtain professional personnel through July 24 at U.. QulivyPublla I Burneit Elected H to III dn>s, the construction craw of the r. roil ill-Ink. Small children If I "
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania this within Its own community Th. Camp Semlalache. Boy Scout' This u. brouglit about by I In- Stab rsinieu MsrkeU The. l.- t..hrI In anus may b* fed front
summer. girls are first required to complete Camp, will open Its summer program Schools. The first period .1111'11<"e on high slamtards by frlgratlofl Installation' and else an .)* dropper directly Into the

Th. Jamboree officially begins I special twelve hour !Instruction on June 21st. U will run fora will begin at I.M a.m. and end Commander Of menilieis governing bards and trh. *.! work which >were d"ne on II1Mlfh. I

at I ..m. Friday July 17 program. Upon completion five week tenure, closing on st 10:)) am, The second period by rcprcwnLUv..wa'Ltkooc ofphysicians bid deal wr histalM hy Mr. Herring also reported thai

and continues through Thursday of this twelve hour session July 26th. Is scheduled, from 10:45: s.m. toVI Post 84 surgMms, bosiuial{ ad- M.h.ff.y tt.tripraU..n: and brnmnln In the near future dens

July 23. Th. Council contingentwill the girls are able to p<'rlorm few reservations remain and :45 p m.According. Legion inuilslraturs nurses and other Md'heiwn Klotrl: Co. :s:: of the; county; and Uw Cads \
travel by train, leaving many of the functions of a hospitals the first three periods are full hospital workers.' County llMllli, Department
Thomaivllle, Ga., on July 11 able During the year lectures Thirty.five troops are. expected ton to Edwin Slmlrr, A called> meeting of John W 1 Modem. metliuls of dlsgncials. will have a supply of all three 110:
Several days prior to the Jamboree were given by people 1 participate Inhi.. training ex high school principal, high w rail Shaw l it No. 14. American' Le- therapy and anesUiesla. Foreign Group types of varcln so Hint thcwsl.

will be spent visiting New various health fields home of perience.Activities. students (grailos 9-12)) may take glen, was held Monday night at tllldant use uf pi-olesslcinal' who missed any or* or all of tits

York and the World Fair. the highlighting programs Included. will Include swimming one full unit or two halt units the Legion Home for the purpose ..nd'Olulll..r hmpllnl peiscmnel Visits Gadsdon vscclnslloiia\ may b* Innoculaled]
of electing a new slate of officers
Leaders for the National Jamboree : "Hospital DtebeUca" by rowing, canoeing, llfcuwIng Those In the junior high grmlit The regular meeting of the Hunt I even during perlcsls of aculImrlage Kslnat pitsQuincy
Mrs. dartre Biggins; "A Nun.Career" ((7-81 one two sal and Keven represenUtlves from
are selected for their leadership hiking camping cooking, may carry or ht-ld 4. elllcivnt use ol beds
administrative and camping inK by Mrs Sue Jones,, archery, smile-raft and hand- )ncts., A supply fee of tl 00 will was hut due to Monday the political night rally May on New tHClllllea such as blood I Thailand, Viet Nam Irxlla ami
abilities. Suwannee River Nursing Director of the Gadsden craft. be charged: for each two hours banks and, more recently, rmlloisotojw 1'Ilol..r: paid CsdsoVn Omnty i: Music :
the same night and the small
Area Council leaders are. County Hospital; and "Public11P.llh 1 In the curriculum Isbmaiurles. bilnglng ; visit lust weak Working with (hiExtension
Visitors courses U'mnliclne
night will be on Wednesday maybe u-oVfd st the meet, It wee decided ''
,. Scoutmaster-. Sam MurrowMr. Nursing"of the Cadsdcn by Mrs. AudreyHancock County snd the campfire program taken fur enrichment or credit. 10 hold' the eli-ctliwt at I later steal the l Aral disc n erl lei I of llortds Service, the at grcsip the. Is Unlverslty msk: Club Elects ",
Murrow I. chairman of Leon that evening will Include the "Order but credit courses mint be ap dale. | eneigy
Health Department.Mrs. The log a hair nf Florida visiting UN '
District and act1v1t1l'1mnmltfe of the Arrow" proved U1IpabSubjects student higlt S. Willis Burneit unanimously antibiotics tike pmlclllli I
camping tapping ceremonies. wss
pain "hh'hlav.. i msny <4< II Clubsljciiitid : '
Bemlce Turner
RJJ. subdued 1 ;
and Is assistant scoutmaster school ehHtist lo the top pct l ofcominanclrr iniivtioui' New Officers
> I'
'i : by Hrmard Clark, A
llMSM-S *
of Troop 101, s Doansow served as program director and The camp staff will be (beaded that will be olftred and "ube\ Installed ( IIHluillllg/ pOI-UIIKKim' IIMnwmlolilills : 1""IIK'I.l 1
/ ( vIsJled /
by the First Preibylerlaa Church ith the assistance of Mrs. LottieOwens. hy Harold Dudley camp director are: Lngllan: (grades 7-12), Social Into ollli-e watts time after / the .''utility Mart AgrvAtry W, The Quliiry Music Club mH I
: 1'11 ly plant, Mjlnmana
R.N. Woodward
Mrs. R. D.
:1 lleiwery Paintso
Lloyd hey will Stale Legion Cunvenllon In Iml'I'IIUII!'
of Tallahassee serve aa program Studies (grades 7-11, rinks, i Tuesday evening, M alI
Mrs. Fount May Jr., Mrs 1(are .| "patients isllle oprrstion nearICireensliora
director. Pete held during Uw 'i
DeSantls. aquatics world Jacksonville on June critical : : \
Assistant Scoutmaster James Fred Kibilka, and members of director; Mrs. Bill Andrews will history United, in American 6 (111. lI'i0111t'r 'pI.I..1I"r. surgery and Dewey Johnsonspea O'rloc'k at.the home of Mr*. W, I I
Part.. Mr. Parte Is chairman the hospital auxiliary, six helped be In Life, Stales History; Ihe shorter / h on'hard In an effort la be- r. Lester Mrs. Glens Klngry
for 503 charge ot the camp dining arithmetic, both mcilern and traditional officers UHISWI by unanimous stay, even at sirocco ,
of the committee Troop
Methodist provide a wonderful year for the hall and they will be assisted by (71 grn.lril), algebra I : 1it vote, were T. J. I Uncock 'iilKlier rale, means a .lut'llllll m I acquainted with Ihe different prealdrnt, led M evaluation dla
sponsored by the First i girl Hospital' Administrator a competent junior slsff. 11, both nicul-m and IradlUonal first: vk-e cnnimandrr 'J I'I J the putU'iils bill fur his 'lUnras. agricultural phases uf Uacls-: rusakn of the past yrs arannipllshinenta ;
Church, Bainbridge and chairman' rhomas Reed commented that he Bernard Wilson council camp ..Ivan'...., Igrbra, Cox, second vice. l'UlII/l1.n'r.1" Itutt/ musts general huspllals den County. They espmsed special WM toted a*
plane >
of the committee for Troop S13 of t bought "It that the geometry Mlicait U interest In the youth ww lei
ing ,chairman requests Scocit- solid liby Avlretl, third vice. more per patient per gukle fur her dlsc-uwlcax I seven
gnomctry, flirt*
the First Church. m/l1l11HIMl-1 dI_ In the '
Presbyterian girls should receive their dlploinis masters to make Immedlat reservations nometry and biMineiu anihniHK, pr. James 11 Con, r'/"' ; clay than patlenis" rusktup 1 In county pUnl evaluation sheet. The high"
also of Balnbrtdge. during National Hospital Week for their troops If they arlwa e igradra. 7.Hi. general 1 H. Hayes, hlslorlnn; Al Smith:payments. UuuliabU" donatkma Since they weie unable hi visit I light of the dub Mir the year wag
Assistant Scoutm.llerMpi t. Ifp u. high In his praise of the have dune Imiuently do t the two 411 Club tiMvilnifa cheduW he
not so.Kiwanians. sell-ne'e, biokigy, chi-niislry. fimime officer and Jsnirs. "1'11'1' nut provid in* winning of the Qulnry Musl e
Mr. Kane la Scoutmaster girls and their volunteer service pliy.: ler that day, Kiev made tapertrunllng
Kane steal scli-nce. aiil and Roy Aliney, w'rguvnla "' n-e. Todays exprnditurM : C tub spoMurml ouitxiiant U UNreasoned
of Troop 100 and advisor to Explorer to the hospital; and he staled that and buokkn-pliiR" yhysks Ijping I arms, lude specialized peracI'I/Ir, "| dU'1 for Ihe club members, ) "Jeanawsed./ ,
Post 100, both sponsored compliments from patients had Hear IYI'Inl't'n to' limit and
supplies nut ." Lie It. R. Klneakl
student; presented
my In 7th grailv aliute 4
by the First Baptist Church, Tallahassee. 1. been many He also noted an during ]*rl-U school liriupresent or -. 'Dinner To Honor encouraging note In that If'.ralIIrll Dr. H. R. Reddick Hall "
Mh grsik-rs may take patient who may be saved by anew [ City M.I.IC. J.,"". owlr wit ..
had been
Assistant Scoutmaster E E i into Nursing already School the accepted In observance' of National Hospital / typing); Spnnisn I ft II. ami reading Charles dlscxivery other treatment guest pianist, and he IUwlra.Iwo ..!
(J Red) Slzemore. Mr. Sizemorelives coming Meek 4Mlh remedial end cork hfd Holley is host encsjgh.Jur Plans Nc cnmplsed during the
ear, May 10-18. Dr. H. R. Inspected : I
y I I I <
at and ,Is a hospitals l belay offer
Apalachicola Reddick, Quincy physician spoke Registration tornis nil) .be obtained Iwrlrs R. llolley Republicannmnlwe t Ihe upsurg MIM.trllwaduring IMnineteenth
member of the franklin District The Candy Stripers; are responilble tn members of Klwsnls In all Uaclsurn County for Governor highest qimllly rare ever, The y Flans century lie cUyedj I
the Quincy high of the Slat.d I II for the pniiueit new city
for the TV rental service stthe have In I,
Committee and Suwannee River I Club Monday at the Jefferson IChow .. I I Horkla. will be hnnored and I I nxtHd of nmimuniiy hall ".f. Inspeclrcl and dlscMaaed lleelhiiven. 'Nonal ... U In Q
Council hospital and the proceeds are servloe. They have Minor / '
Area Council Advisory PrthalquaIll Mmwinenl
House. Dr. Reddick used his The !Will be the main come a long at length .Ihe
used for their aa summer sclwol speaker at a at M-mliy night "
treasury.Students and
way. 'Honsla In Mim >
General Headquarters Staff- "The Role and rII.I1'lGoodm.n. dinner at the Jetlrrxm rby
topic Responsibility consists of. Mrs I Hisue In meeting uf the sly Commission..
C. R. Plrrung of Bainbridge, GaMr. of I I. iQuim-y on Saturday They are serving well They The Oem,"". Ri'ararJames [Ma
I Physician a Small Mrs Mary L. May U, alpm. 1 will propiMpd plans were submitted
Pirrung Is vice president ofSuwannee May Community Hospital.. It. B local move fcsrwsrd acrus ww' sluclenl of Mrs. W. r. Lisle
In- according to
was Mrs. Clara Mason Mrs. sisal liorliuna, by Barrett, ttaflln sndHlshop Dr, KincaK ....... thai -as
River Area Council andmember 'ed by Thorns Rd Gaels- Rogers Mrs Jrssie ['. w..un'l sors.Tk srrtiltects nf T.n.h_. IM
of the National Executive Enroll In FSU den County Ilisipltal administrator M.... Ssra Unur Mrs kels to the dinner ere bring - '111* sirw lure, when final plans century/lrmkmt were th one the stnsnl 4 los)

Board and Region 6 Committee. who was program chairman McKruwn, Mrs M nlyn : sold al }10 each and all pmlus. Wreck a re approved and financial .r- presd 1 MUons on Insptrcd part of Ih* op
Member Section 21 Staff- S. Press Institute for the meet. bell, James Ohvmt and one ..rrlU'awl p'DLit!- go Into the campaign fund Monday rangenirnla have bsvn male Isesprrled poser M Ids gin to glorify com
C. Carrel son of Perry Mr. Garrelson A group from the GreensboroKlwams scienc-e tow her of the "nmiiervatlve.. fteptibllcsncandldala to be em-ted on West th* MlksMj
: heritage In
Is district executive serving If*'al High Si'honl students may': flub made an Interclub Costs $4,225A Jtf!.r.m Mrert In the half him k U al various
w.y. Wit this lime
Tri-County and Aucilla Districts enroll In the FSU School Press ,visit at the Monday meeting ----- ownH" by II.. City one bItch. weed rrlMikuvsky' trg.n be thai

Member of Section 21 Staff- Institute, this summer. and receive They, were Rev Reno David Fletc-her, chairman j Sie DawsonIs At tho Theatres highway arc-fclmt In frortf Flrsl Fsileral. Kavlngs and 1 I nlaad as Ito irmr.l to,*. iwcog aenl..taenl.i

Roy Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy la credit for a one year course Love Bernard'' ,< the11..,. Partners Market learn Assni-lalliin. ilv* of Huassan musM. HM 111]
Post 107 In high school Journalism. Dr Joe I dark and Malcolm Smith. Mr. Electrocuted arty A cnnmllte appeared' hefmIhe I tJvrrture. bet'
advisor to Explorer This Week Moiday morning resulted. laM225 .nw site of In* must
Hooten, Principal of Florida High Smith spoke briefly on the topic f I I CummlMlon. Munday nighl r."' ,
sponsored by Trinity Methodist damage and tn InkirleiAcmrdlni 'I( ipular wurka. it was wruu>n s|
Advisor School, Tallahassee, announced'of whether or not Lake Takfuln' Ste Dawsnn 0 year M oneletjged Last 'Theatre quesling that better !Ughuiag I* Uw UMl pf .
Church Tallahassee, and today. I should b* made a fish management /Negro formerly of (Tar- atlrw> is '" the la the rlnrlda High- I Imlallrd/ at Ihe municipal: : tenniscourts i <| Nk-hoUs KuWn.stm
to Semlalachee Lodge, Order of I onilng week IncludeJdven *sy Pena, car had pulled lo I our1i.* Muscow ajuubilkst
l lr/rra/ died .
area under the Came end -, In the elertflihair at (
the Arrow. Commenting on this innovationOr. I t'Uf o( Ijr IMO starring T'm yea stop with In.ndte of makliifa yass Athletic Field 1 ,t Arts awl Industries, at _huH
fresh Miter both Commission.. ll al Fickle State Pair''n The
Hooten *
said 'Floruit High | request granted
Randall and Bart.ra Mm !left turn. A truck lusvM with II ws first pt-rtormMl. lx. Mite
School Is the first high school 'explained that .n elfnrt, wit being Tuesilay morning st I u rloc k A polka .heanng was held enpropraiiion
In Thursday, trkUy and Kalurdny, :.l/ oilier wPh1r1ee| was Mkmrlngrlmrly I raid used a recording U the Ovrtur .
School the Big Bend area so far as made lo find out how the Dax wan inmicled in Cads! featured for behind awl the of whether arI..t I. siid polnled out Ide
Saturday will\ lie > driver pains
Quincy .,. :general public felt on the Pibjed. den a In ......
and1rnlmced of
know lo offer a baste County Circuit Gust double feature, 'hVven lac-es of'Lsurenre+ fjhrsrd: Resist Jr, of on11ruin.es should be I clpiil Uwnws (ktvekimii Inrvugn
Journalism course with full credit' He said that under the management lo die ore Hie results : "[ la' own and "Battles IVyond J.d..mIlle. swerved to Ihe hanged to alt-tie pal Iola I" ,out .the rompiMUiw, '

Band Receives during the summer." program everyone would he double murder that tonk plw*I The Bun. Hunday, Mwt.y,1:math snouklrr' M wale4 M crt- operate ground floor within Th* history of tn* of
The required to have a license' to i In April 194. His the City. No ll/ma
class WlU alleged vi.- one
meet Iron apprd M
daily fish In the lake and Tuesday and Hecliiewby Hill I* I rime and furred over ...nnc off I th* Minlh. "(Com, )<. I iihful./
13 am. lo 1230 pm., from the extrarevenue time were a 36 year iM white) Tram a .ofip/Mtv lit th* pntVr.l.) Ordinance .
would be used to With Lone, starring : utility pole :Ravi* .Ih* drain, ... given by tiP
High Rating June II to August 7 on the campus mother and her two rear old sri Xran Connery. A secant arildrnt was lausedwhen ,' No." Ul hMh .tsvsstxl ui :Mrs James LaIn"' ". Mr II. / .
of Florida Stale University rough fish hysiinths and fcsr r Another wit 4. was Artily' .beat /'euurvd lunshlne hwrlryair first reading a roipl of weeks
si the Hid :Murrla, ihclniMn uf the numinat*
The Quincy High School Band Enrollment la limited but students stocking Th purpose*. en but survived ItMark.. will .be "The Tartan" .Drfv.dC '.nkh ... folkiwlnt the q?y a A wat amended to pruMbU the I InC emnmllle. presented a slats"
dub .1
received a superior rating In 1 within driving distance may have Quincy Khvanl .1" 'The oVsjWo. murders lied, pl.r I Honk" Friday and (Uhirdsy.. "Hun- I slammed Into MUwn lei s ale or assumption of b>.r or tit, ameers who SMT* elected M

tghlreadlng. excellent In concert,!!enroll The fee la UTS.KmphasM the tear I program future on and the then subject go In ",,",II. area south of Uisnahonche day will ISmiauhawn, witman h *.r. io It. Irwk and Ih 'other/hall aloohnlle. hevenge In per i// I cite! teaming ebb ,...r. Thy are,

and good hi inarching at the win be on understsndlng record as being eiUvr air *. all star raw!. hree psi kip tea k. and sdsn InilH on street "IrvelAMUhrr 'I pmldml Mrs Llrnn" Kjngry;
State Band Festival In Tallahassee mass media solving it t- Idea -- 'arrM wit ""m.1OtII b* M, public hearing .ss .||M vtre prMulrM Mrs. W.
this past weekend. Band: director drill publication problems. getting igalmt John the chairman ""' ... t NTO' the rar SII.o.nd the Utility I h.,ld ranormng hit onir* or I Ixtrr and W,.. ttanlr
.. of the ,' Huher Kdwrcl4: |'.. ,
Is Charles A. Burn M> heft Flt | recent V* $1.0 : k1n11 Company '"""nra, MVWHI vt-e| pmldeiilMrs. -*
Those students who rated I countywid polio vacctm- ... : '. A raw is Voiding again* to ranslrurl rattle and swim pmsI i I II J MorrW, rernnnng sec.rcrt .
lion drive that will end this Than-
In solos wen LInda soResidont's t .... [I Broom lor '. III BUM )lit off (ir._ Street. >
Niece'To 'day was highly complimented by .. .... ./ ,, "" .'. ; foI..lne'Y. 'I, rry Mrs. Murle Mays, con
tenor saxophone; Nancy Baacrompanul : the Louis ." '" \ ., I" "' Fstmlman D. M CwAary 1'No oppuinui( develnpH and lhi| mpMlutg srcfrlary Mu. IVrlNlfholinn
Judy RuswU, piano; by Dr.president.Reddick. tar Douner the and .. > ".... .. t0. fUlph Mr-sw of the /' I......*l MM granted 1uINPr.,4.11|] ; treasurer' Mn. U

and Judy Smith, plan I Attend Vassar Jab>> he rendered over magntncent Ihe- '" ... #" I ale highway. f' ln/J and the Owl*. 'wards pUn to tonMrurt the pmrwrrw MSII" ; parliamentarianMrs. -*
The students, accompaniedIi byrhaperonea two and half month Mr ::; t ;Ii dart CiMy WieruTs ttrpartmenlere 'of' m.tl end concrete for err eonI I W, W Mey, Alston-
)left ..1 Miss Karen Ir-.. daughter] past Herring short ofl) .., Ii. the Invesllgallng sulhnrt.If 'wwenre of U. .. lrt.yettnn ofliiik t 'Mrs. H// I. Mlall; reused ,".-'-.
of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan C llrnswiof gave report ,
and returned > and '
Thursday morning the Sunday feeding of Vscrtn In'' i hut !W,.. Jantn C Lsjnlirrt; > l f-
late that evening i Kingston, Term.' win attend' A mrmuraiiihim of 'scan secretary- Mr. .L Uilli
which hoP staled that due to Moth
GBCCMBORO SAID Vaasar College ta Pm ikeepe y '.,.' Day and other factors, such I .0.\. Saddle :kif" hrtweea rlnml t. ,W *
; ClubWinners
after from
N. T, graduating
The Greensboro High School I ir* and Ih ,
( <
ply o 11III"1' .
the of Fcillowlnc the clef
srhonl.Daughter. as dosing the Negro) pn4r.m a
Bud under the direction w Larry high ol the hnner Hue school of the county only a. 'Gie i :r.w.elwit" to seat *,,, ,rrt of rnikw and punch WMrrved.

. Bohaanas was Judged and =' Heirs Hendrit and Mere of MusMarguerite 000 dose were ..,.. Me' : : ;: ListedThe I memorandum deals The hot'*se* Inr Sail
rte In slgMreaduif : sre*r nl ponry of > Mrs.. W f Uslrr
and excellent la concert. HendrU of QuJnry sand far 1CIw. volunteers le C rhrfm trldle Ou members : /II1..1 / rt.tnt..Ir.g i were ,
work al th arM of Publi IsiMy truck. Mr JafflM Lsmhrrl, Mrs. Marielift.
received Mora Hemon was accepted at.Vaar courthaua this Thursday t si'fwh-d tw. h_ atlas ; *
Ronald ToUr superior 1 and Bremen to Maw W, W, .....
toe his rift Two en- for her eweOenrc M a'! al wtm-si fan ovslcmp *_ tuitng Ifs ww.a.nd tn* laMrMi4 1 npnndlnf owl ) .1' ,
ambles flute pane quartet iCUrkl student and I person.She of Type Three Vaccine wUl lIP and the ether k* fteavbridge :low* *r country fUe*. The suiiryarin md Wn. I. L. ttUui.Forettry .
be MMtnued.Hemmrais' --
and twirling tSuberJ also wosuperiors. was offend must srtintarahiB given.MutA. Cm.Gaf.d.a.
at :,. Mmttty of ) 'Thompson, piesuleiit, are i1 wmnm In BrkM (4* ) Asphalt 1;s WM de- Report
maee .s" was accepted bjr 1':1: Pat Partner. wire treMdrat. v war lUcM. wma (.ors IJI. eta,.., row btdclrr to rsurfw The Cd1n County rcarstryInvk

whkH ehe the Qulnry last Srhnoi Kry Club 1 I.Sre tk-U r\tUrr. hit r.ru. Mnvi of the 01,. A ..
Vacation Throve colleges to \| e- Mwe; : J '". M wood Brea.
Centenary applied. Karen an honor gradtssie -,I were guests and weee rrompan. --- 1'vwy PkMur Jimmy tmuh.Mi Irma of t70.tie WM pUred tip. ,kirtnsi Ih* past **wn day. Nunv

Church School Sit to May. placed to the lop 2!led by"I/ I I PRODUCTION AWARD TU : ; Amks Karo- Jimmy >.........1 I 1M tanretrt, Aowev.r. I ate o] SMOISI Ars sine* January
Vacation Catch School at Cen percent of seniors ta the nation I stab ) Double CoCa BottUtvi II 1Ia; OowrleW Hare- Jimmy I of IMB .*.' I M ]7. burMnc XIIMice.

Miry Methods Ossrck WIll be he Cutlet Bused Scholarship ,11I11 noon of .r+trd. and Mss K*> Company ol Quincy recdred a quality contool award II I Ins)*. M: and KmH WeaveJhrrt Cemetery Cleaning fJumbrr' of wood Bra tea

June HJ trot 1 p m. until titude Test Sanford who wtti s.. the HunsswrethMfi lot 1993. bas Clone Ml, a Double Ccfa .pr..1af1.*, Afrrtrn. ..... t, f Ware. A imwUrry tsniMm] hM ..* I wrtad, al tIIIII same period .

43> xm.KtMkTgDrtee. She has many tolnwa la a* .ctoMptbXd tor the m session U shown feafiag the award lo Steve / *... Tory H*.1irW 411I. and I siwmH M IVi Grove Ometery< I IM rr *j<. wit ta, burning U ]
and and 1 Wilfred Van of Plot TaOatessreKham Sbmly, Mdacboa O : tkxMH, >h, ilaj fUrivy Ii
Primary and Btamst plays I On Krf > '.. '*'"""C. >It'rH.
Jumor Departments- will pare I-tics her en eantpnssOara raw the.j Cull, ..* aiso guest NIke manoqer. U tiglsi i* PU !McMulkn< mono1" -i ioec BMvflrld. *h. fmnntj ) t.- .r....d I Mea ssvttuHIad There .
ra gutur. i .wa. d Ile. local I tttmUmtit N teem rif I .r.ars bra* hi. MS* toUa,'<,....

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thing It was written all or
rlL LOOKING Beef Cattle YOUTH ASKS the faces of Kmaman, of ve!

ml99/11 tkIJ'Of1/'I/IOI/JtfI/E BeetB.iJ)'I/Ow! AHEAD Short Course Pot a Faith and a Challenge the'itisen training I saw school why then work, *ns lot't

JJon't t4 Good Examples end Good Exelaaalloos uch short lIart that to do ,, _? ,
; I. Si Gooooo I SS.r.rcia..aaaa. Br Jack Mama KDOWH Umiis chabtltUitlon Job they must ??, ,
Florida Cattleman Association and Cenalatencl And I DIll hour that endungerlealth' "l< '
saeteo......-woow.WBAT President Ralph W Ollon olAlachtm To Be Heard (Nut one new cmp), \,
told cattlemen attending Sal authorized fur the 4 traj
i NATIONAL the 13th annual Beef Cattle Short Br Dorothy B. Alexander. ng schools of Florida fur tins i :
l \ FOREIGN rOJJCH Course .that "we've gut to raisea 1 I Publications Division Sp.eI.lilt.Florldl oi .ers ium fur school already ,I. .
type of cattle In Florida to meet lerstafled and Florida
Schools granm.
President Johnson, nearly ev the needs of the housewife." Child Training like a weed.)
hall been almositoo
cryone .
busy He has the world'i I At the opening session Thursday A trip to Tallahassee to appear Them Are Your OilWrr.
Cellon said that cattlemen the "tattleOtotus" Is It, a* Judge Crlswell wed .
biggest job But he la required I MI TV was marie by a
to build fences, not along the. have got to "quit kidding them ( of the Florida School for say that children cannot voti. unithe
Pedcmale but along the Potomac: selves" about consumer demand .days at Martsnna. I rode the wayward and neglected, ..
WFRIGIDAIRE and In the 50 states. The Oral t I since 75 per cent of the beef consumed JIll (which I nicknamed 'Gallop- pecially, have no one who itganlml .
law ot political leadership PIT- In Florida I* Imported ng Gertie") with them leaving to fight for them Ph. 'e
Urns to survival, and Mr. Johnson from out of state. To meet these lome at 4o: a.m. They were are lobbyists for every cause .
,; demands, the rancher stressed Show der the sun it seems to nx'
the Good Morning
wtshpi a full term, okayl'dthe bj jn Pepper
electorate, Because ot Ihli I the need for keeping cattle In between 6 t 7). Me call it the cept for those who are suilu, > ;
production shape 12 month: a Chorus" not because of from that "disease of the 1ft"l 1
and hla heavy responsibilities, it t "Little
Best Buy time of the year We're 'ha been noticed that Mr. Jon.: year, orderly marketing operations the number of singers. Between which i* juvenile delinquency
going all-out to beat last year's son neglect foreign affairs. Another and continuing research efforts J6! and 30 are in the group at Force I have told you of the 1", i
WEEK guess II that he know the! to cope with any future dis each appearance. But they are! on Delinquency which u ,j i
record! But hurry to get these terrific muddle la too much for the next, eases young In age (9 12) and small in soon chart a course When "
values! They won't last long! few months that It la not all hit Cellon also lashed out at for stature, course people of i* Horida charted will you, u"
doing, and that It la so bad II t elgn beef: Imports calling for restrictive klwanls Cooperates| followed? You tee that n ,
can tits
much federal
cannot get worse legislation 10 Yet
of the Florida
hat cattlemen In the state and The Chairman care.
But it get Evenl.are
may worse
sthe Kiwanis Marianna Plan, a stale.wide
pea proving that U. S. : U, S. can "plan for the fulure.
Klwanis project, and a Klwanl -
relations, lacking firm leadership Lt. Governor, appeared l with John L Bell
rOrEI NEW ELECTRIC can get into serious diver More than 600 cattlemen have the youngsters and explained the
ray. Problems torture America registered at the Short Course
Plan to the public. In Coast Guard
all over the globe. Attacks, and I held at the University of Florida
g HEMP TOrr! WARMING TRAY affronts, and defeat occur dally campus May TJ to hear more The thing that hall stayed with Cape May N. X John U
G Little countries that vote in the, than 35 subjects discussed In all me ever since is the expression Bell, apprentice seaman, USD
U. N. step up the blackmail they, day sessions, on the face of people who heard son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Bcii

tv9 with your name !In 22 carat gold! Sacking have been embassies encouraged and destroying to use Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of tht them was sing at the The Fair Governor, had arrangeda thoughhe of Quincy graduated Apul i
from recruit training at the CoastGuard
Animal Science Department
11' 19* heating surface-auto U. S. property la a popular short tour of the Capitol for
ChooM the Mm color n your new Bil x pas director of the short course IBidUut.t Receiving Station, Cat"
them after the fine breakfast Klwanlans -
control. time. This always Impresses the
Frigldaife Range for I mart, hindm.tlc this year's meet "will em- May N. J.Under .
accessory) Durable,cleanable Porcelain l Enamel topl leader of the free world as wellas the provided. They sang In the close
torn* phaske business aspects of supcrviMni
any nations wanting foreign I the Lobby "A C ld'i Morning

YOURS FREE WITH PURCHASE OF "n y FRIGIDAIRE RANGE! HVRRHIM1ED OFFER! aid. Bleak Picture ranching.The! cattlemen" saw Mr. and before Hymn"they which finished I II a, the prayer corridor and, of learned his company to wear the commander Coast Guam, hi

Mrs. Henry Outty of the Stardust filling with people Manyof uniform properly and proud] ,
Besldea the heckling, the re- I how to march and perform n,
ranch of Gainesville receive them had the
spunsibilitiei that attend seen youngsterson
manual of
the I'M! statewide cattle production and the boys left for arms, proper cleaning
world pcKilio nare most awesome. on as
and of uniforms
storage and
Mistakes are bound to occur. testing award from Louie their tour, asked me a score of Hi'
FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE Some reverses In this divided and Gilbreath, chairman of the Florida concerned question high standards. of Coast ddlllClplil1l'
1t ; flg complicated task are certain. Big. Bankers Livestock Commit I We Saw You! In field and classroom InMruc
"MiniFreezer"for I powers are not likely to be loved tee. Later, as the bus approached a lion he learned seamanship ,na
by lesser, nationalistic states. Call Provost for Agriculture Dr. E. I red light a women at the curb use ot small
some of the mob scenes foreign T, York Jr. explained Operation called, "I saw you on TV. You gunnery arms m-
" freezer aid "promotion," political steam- DARE (Developing Agricultural were fine!" A man came aboard Itary justice, communicate
fitness and
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER letting or plain blackmail. Call Resources Effectively) to] when we stopped 'for gas to say hlslory.TOP'S physical. Coast Guard
owners some of It manulactured In Mos the group telling! how it is designed the same. At Tallahassee Junior
cow. The world perhaps, only to help Florida agriculture: Museum a young woman held me
MAN-SIZED SOLID acemi to be fuming wholly anti- realize its full potentiaL with anxious question Terrific
American. Nevertheless, thingsdo Professor of Agricultural; Economic concern showed on these faces
COMFORT YOU CAN look worse than they have for J R. Crecnman pointedout One can read their thoughts: because -
many month It not yean. that under conditions they are one' own. "At a
iofh lE i TAKE HOME YOURSELF! } f The price leadership Is high. there are advantages many to Incorporating training school? These little ones)
N We have not always understood a ranch business, but advised What could they have done, these II
((6,000 BTU/HR) this. We thought the price was that the operation should little ones?" And, then following
I our dollars for their affection and be large enough to warrant in-| "What is the matter with
i fl tf:,tt.: So easy to Install you can r gratitude A fantastic, free purse corporation. Incorporation he our these homes and communities that
handle It yourself in minutest t ta of some JIM billions has been devoted said, ia a good means of passing handled little fellows cannot" be
constructively there? It
to buying appreciation. Today a ranch to ane'a bless, and offers
115 volt operation some of the nations we've the advantage of limited liability i is a sobering thought for all
i AC4L9 distribution helped most are the very ones An emphasis on keeping ranch People Care
4 air ti
position People do b t
care about these
must active in anti-American riots expenses In proportion to ranch _
2 speed cooling tan and viok! 'nce. Lacking has been
Income was made by Asst. Agricultural
I Mr Dehumldiliei et It cools rCDM-1444 respect, and an awareness that Economist Roger P. H'lL
PER WEEK Thermostat 11.17ad.t,4s.lera.r.hlle the U. S. would defend its best lie said cattlemen should manage,
'a It's 88%> refrigerator interests., How long the U. S. Income and expenses to keep tax TV
t.l./.ooll q sips ty p.e Washable Filter
after small 4X freezer. will permit this bullying from payment at a minimum each I
NIMA..nderdCN1 le down payment lesser countries while trying to year.
Ask about Guaranteed Flip-Quick Ice Ejector J be fair and helpful to them Is Associate Animal Husbandman
FRIGIDAIRErnODUGT Automatic defrosting part of the problem.The F. S. Baker stressed that winter
FF y
Rated Cooling Capacity! refrigerator section. Simple' Need ing steers will do better If fed II t
01* OINIRAU MOTOR* What has been the basic flaw? grass hay on drylot than those 1964 CLOSE-OUT
S Huge 14-lb.Meat Ttndef. It has been lack of I firm policy led on frost-killed grass pasture.
Twin vegetable Hydrators, that can be understood and Interpreted }faster gains resulted, he noted I
door. around the globe. We have Friday Commissioner of Agriculture .
v i roomy storage not been lacking in alliances, but Doyle Conner spoke on AMANA AIRCONDITIONERSand
these have entangled us in so the controversial subject of beef
many confusing situations that importing and exporting He was'
only ;, people have concluded that we understand followed by Ctuhman Kadcbauijh,I
298.00 neither other nations nor immediate past president of theAmerican
I/EW'nttJER'FrOII oIfirJl ourselves. That Is not entirelytrue National Cattleman I '
of course. But It does seem Association, Orlando. i
that we have been floundering Florida ranks second In the MOTOROLA T.V. SETSAIRCONDITIONERS
,, I Insulated-fceepi soups, drinks hot or cold Trod
for hours) With about without a consistent and explainable South In beef cattle productionand
Only 91hhigh yet holds full /i gallon! I Icy. national and world pol 18th In the nation.

I Sturdy, lightweight- colors.
choicest. Our foreign accomplishments Larneli, Golden !!
during recent years have amount.
ed only to various broadening Finishes

Big Capacity agreements with the Soviet Union Course 6700 BTU ((110 V.) ._ _ __ $159.95
These include the test-ban Murnau, Germany Army''
treaty the hot line between our Pic. Larnel B. Golden, 20, whose 8700 BTU ((110 V.) $179.95
Low Budget two capitals, and other agree- parents Mr and Mrs John W. -
i I ments. One looks in vain Paulk live on Route 3, Quincy
Thriftiest! FRIGIDAIRE through the record for positive completed a flve-week engineer
developments that Involve no lost T.V. SETS
i equipment mechanic course at
No frost eve! Food Freezer! ground. The retreats I and the the U. S. Army School, Europe,
I failures, despite the expenditureot in Murnau, Germany, May 8. I 19" ROIXAROUND _._ _ _. $129.95
Porcelain too. 'p1'a billions in aid, are evident During the course Golden received
wherever you look: Laos, New Instruction In the malnte-l i 19" DELUXE PORTABLE _._ $159.95
Guinea, Africa, or Cuba. And nance and repair of such item
By FRIGIDAIRE! DO other now, South Vietnam, as well as of standard engineer equipment 23" EARLY AMERICAN ._ $199.95
outpost in Africa and Latin a* crane shovels, pneumatic lode 1

reins America the Soviet threaten orbit. to slip into generators motorized grader and 1l'Ctronicl 23" PROVINCIAL __ _ $209.95

(eMNrtt ys More I'rgnil Than November tie arrived
__ = What soil of tactics does the ary 19j( and la overseas regularly In stationed Febru-' 23" ROLLAROUND .__ ._ _ $1S9.95
U. S, depend in Its
upon relations near Idar-Oberstcin, Germany
with Moscow? It all becomes &I a mechanic In the hWlh- 23" CONSOLE w/RolIers _ $179.95
clearer each day. While Ordnance Company
the two powers have agreed to lie attended Quincy High School
disagree, we are able to allow the before the Army In
I Communists to go ahead making ember' en1tb'e1ring; PHONE 627.7434
Midst uro-taaa the world their own. If the U. S.

t. laves ee.n. does the freedom not more loving effectively nations unite into Public Spring Relations meeting 01 AiMion the )lot 4. 515 WEST CRAWFORD STREET

e 41Mb.freezer opposition to world Communism, rill be hid May 21.23 lit Silver
l rr It may aonn be too late. This la Spring when' HOURS- 6 p.m. Weekdays
M.d.l pr.ee >s a I felt-width iheNes.e some 150 public
an issu that
ls.et.a 11. I should, and could lations. experts will
\ I be the basis of attend aCnlc All
extra-deep extra new foreign IP. "pec"UY-Glllcned | Day Saturdays
I on public -
Nafraetraitefimtinffeven handy door shelves proaches. relations, ,
In freezer. I I I Double-easy design I A strong foreign policy could
I Press down handle-tray e Rust-rsslstant, Porcelain be built, whenever Mr. Johnsonor
e RutHeelstMl renetaUEnamel slides out Enamel cabinet liner. : ( his successor) can get the raid rvllUMl .'''tru..w..l
ftaitn Lift lever, cubes art free) Built-in lock. lime and renovate the State De-

e 100-lb. sere lone top No tugging or pulling-no M.I.r.Mlur economy partment around the Idea of
opposition to Com
treenr. messy
\ I mull lm. It la the kind of con
e TwtavegetabtiHydraton. I frontation that Mr. Khrukhchev
tins door and ... ONLY I understands and respects. It is
\ the kind that
Freezer I meets his noisiest
objection. He respects NATO
but he will use whatever he can,
I even the U. S. In Qprua to lap
Prices Iltl power) Setbacks around the
globe will not drive the U. S. MY FRIENDS '
$320.00 9 9 Into isolationist withdrawal. But

FRIGIDAIRE C Start at ,we must contribute be sure that to the these forme.experiences of Gadsden County "
lion of a more adequate foreign
policy This, Mr. President. Is ur.

With Trade o/IJr! $190.00 I gentRUSTOLEUM s t





i ,- Available In I THANK YOU for your orerwhelmlng Tote In re-electing

1>, qtr I VALUE !

Porcelain the finish All Colors me to oiiice. I shall always cherish your confidence In my

that never crows old AVAILABLE IN aHllty. Until I... you personally, may I say "I truly thank
-can be sold ALL SIZE CANS

WON'f StAlN! Even WON'T rADC'' Frtttdair* without refinishirtf AND each ol you warmly for this trust In m.P
bleach or iodine can'tharm SPRAY CANSGuarante.d

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Phon. 627-7276 Clerk of Circuit Court
"We Service What We Sell" Mainline Drive




I yon where it ts orated and then went our merry way to further experiences ., Social Security ;
: ? \ou discover that you are onlyat that to us were more ,
the top of the towering structure UlIt'MltIll.
that rises 736 feet above the At ZIon National Park you see InformationThis
1l.-lfrrt2 bedrock You look down and see a contrast of Grand Canyon Here is busy
't1ar.1bR. time of the year a
the dwarf-like structure of the : see the equivalent of Grand,
power house and the river as It Canyon van with the exception that time at the Tallahassee Social
--- ,again Is retained after passing you are down In the canyon looking Security Office according to Wal i'E !IE IT _
Quincy '1a., through the turb.nes; that propel up and not on the rim looking .!,ter Kehoe district manager. Jl l INt
May 5, 14HI the generators that produce I,- down The rock formations:Many people of retirement age
344.800! kilowatts of electricity. tower 5,0(0( feet above, and you who are *
Folks: I These I and particularly those
are 17 in number with 8 located wonder U some of them might *
It is awful good to be home in either wing of a bone- take the notion to turn loose and self-employed wind up their business
again, but I will take this opportunity shoe like structure which is the come down. Thl'n'OU have another affairs at this time. They ,
to give you some more powerhouse and all Its auxiliaries.Hie thrill coming out as you I:make their tax returns and come -
highlights of our votage esle odd unit produces power r for continue on over to Bryce Can I,,into the social security offlct to
have traveled over 3000 miles the lights and other utilities of YostYou weave your ", p a claim their retirement chetks.
since I last wrote." ,I lie plant itself, tremendously high cliff sand of I To help these people make their
We left Los Angeles the 24th I To see all this you ride an elevator course you observe the receding I I claims with the leant amount of
and traveled northeast toward down some 500 feet and roadways below and wonder how trouble to them, and to speed up
Salt Lake City. This again is desert I then walk" down 63 slips and you you ever got up this high, then I 1 delivery fl their first checks he-
country and is more desolate,are on the floor level of the power you come to a tunnel Dial Is over,hoe offered these words of advice .
than that of New Mexico. Arizona'{I house. Halt of the power house a mile long, with lookouts along "Bring your social security
and Southern California .. In Nevada and hall in Arizona. the way card when you file. U'O\I
The first Hoover Dam. This is one of the surging of the water through list back where you came from. get the number off your DEL MONTE
turbines actually causes the
greatest engineering feats of modem Bryce Canyon is different from from your employer.
whole structure to vibrate, but
times. It seems ss though you this /is natural as all manmade the others. as the rock formationsher : find the number,
will never get down into_the__can-1 structures are safe when you seem to be of different material I we'll help you locate It. Bring _
feel this swaying motion. The and take on forms thatyou some record of your age such as
experts tell us that it is really do not see elsewhere. Some a birth certificate, family Bible
dangerous when you don't All are shaped like human faces,I Insurance policy or whatever you ?
READY MIX tall buildings or other must swayor 'while ctliers take on the form ot have If you don't have a recordof $
they will not land V.e camped some sort of animal. At Grand your age and don't know how
on the shores of beautiful Luke Canyon and at Zion most of the to get one, we U help you. Also,
CONCRETECONCRETE Mead which is above the Dam, forms resemble buildings I bring in the statement of your
and then continued on through die I On to Salt Lake City I wanted 1 13 earnings, form W-2, given by
desert to Las Vegas the next dRY to ice the Murmom Temple I your employer If you art selfemploed -
At Bilker, Nevada the temperature and to hear the Choir sing along, we'll need an extra
was freezing but the filling with one of list large pipe organs '(ropy of last year's tax' return and GARDEN SALE 1
station attendant told us that in the world.) This was' the cancelled check or money
the day before. the thermometer,something with all capital let.I order stub to show the return was
registered! 110. ters. My wife was curious about filled with Internal Revenue Serve
BLOCK Las Vegas Is something to lee,I some of the customs of the early I Ire."
for there you become really curious leaden, especially! as to what \ht.'yl Kehoe added that If the workerIs
as to what makes this place thought about snaring her hue married and his wife it 62 or
really famous. It seems to me band with about six others of her older, he should bring her with CUT BEANS 4 Cans $1.00 ellontc.aaNO
that people should realize tat sex. They said of course thatithis him as she may be able to receive
all the fancy decorations and I was no longer a practice, checks too. If they have .
Oakland Concrete billboards that try to lure you to and that when It was, it was done children under IS or disabled, OUAlITY
Products take a chance at something were after the 111'1I'ife gave her consent each child birth certificate will
Company put there and paid for wllh mon This practice of course .Is lbe needed '
Allen Bosdck and ey that somebody else lost by Biblical of and we find where several A representative from this office CREAM CORN 5 : $1.00 ;
John Thomson taking a chance. Gambling In all 'leotament the had leaders In the Old I will be at the Courthouse in J .. .'
Its forms Is legal In Las Vegas. more than one Quincy Monday of the
Phont MAU MOM wife because of certain every ".- ,;ItII
We just looked and felt pity lor circumstances month at 9:30 a,m. to 12 noon to
existing The "
these victims of chance and 'then I Lake ,Is Great Salt assist persons in filing a claimor '"
a curiosity The water iso e
salty that wanting other Information concerning SWEET PEAS e
I around with all you ease can In Just fact float you social security matters. 5 c:. $1.00FRUIT e

are not heavy enough '
I We did not try atoul1ft'.u There eventually comes a time
snowing and when anybody gets tired of
raining. Here we
found one of our natives, Forest work
Thank YouI Martin of West Gadsden County
and Uiattahoochee, He was real I
ly proud to It.II and guidedus ELECTRICAL COCKTAIL 4 Cana 1.00
around the city Small World. I'
The mat thrilling part of our
I journey was front Salt Lake City SERVICE SLICED
over the snow capped mountain.

wish to thank the voters of Gadsden 1 were Into Colorado.snow flurries All this and time we there were Anything from wiring PEACHES 3 No. '* $1.00
lucky that there
I was not ice on u Cans
the highways In some place. As a house to replacing '
'time Is an important clement just a light bulb -
County for returning me to the Office of i','time now 1 will have to close for this h -GRAPEFRUIT i

:II certainly and conclude want to next tell you week some for Ike Shepardat
thing about my kiiuln' cousins that JUICE 3 C ne.X1.00i
Sheriff. I ran into before I got horne
By for this time, at

I Henry W. Grady -BLITCH 1 f
Information on the Fla. FURNITURE CO. tiJ
,program for the treatment of t,.
I promise to serve you to the best of sleohollca: contact' the FlorWa MAin MS4JH titer
I'Alcoholic Rehabilitation ... 151 1432
P. O. Box 1147 Warehouse Ph. MAln T-IIOO
Cram Park. Avon el lonteQUAUTY

my ability as I have done in the past. --

O I>f,M Paint

: Plumbing llxture ...

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Ilausewares k Gifts '( 't 3Lb. 59c 1
rarer Asphslt Roofing Con
OTHO W. EDWARDSPaid o Cold Bond Sheelrock
REMODEL sad Gypsum Product
O Sporting Goods k farm Supplies
BUILD Plus Hundreds of Other Inane



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10 Lb. $1.00 2 Lb. $1.00

different lines of cars-forty-

five different models to chooser

p i from. Come early and trade great I i $150.00 JACKPOT -- PRODUCE --

Now that spring's! full swine, you'll find I
new Chevrolet perfect for picking.I I LAST WEEK'S WINNER BLACKEYE

uiurjr-Firat, there' the big Jet-emnoth MM. D. H. Willis

I I Chevrolet.Sumptuous soft riding.Over -. I Did Not Have Card
700 sound stopper throughout the car to PEAS lb. lOcBONUS
y I blot out safes, Interior luxuriously done Punched
: up In the newest and softest vinyl WINNERS -
l aCi Trade what you're driving for one of .. ,
these and you won't want to trade &la ;'1 B. Ventrv FRESH
with anybody els on the road. $ J. Roscoe Baker

Spirit-Next, Chevelle. The beautifully Anderson
in-between sire car that combines small .. OKRA Ib 18ccP
ear handling oomph with big car comfort. o Ser lectr. DIUJ
-iiiij I Eleven: different model that you can .M McPhaul
( equip with just about any lira-cost GREEN BOILINGPeanuts
+ 'I option you ran 1 Imagine.i No plate togo
I this summer} Ot a new Chevelle
you'll think of something.EroaomrChevy 29c
II-the car that >
take to Ineipendv vacation natu
t rally. It Just goe and rON, and where
,1 a h I ( it slop nobody know. tight model .' FRESH CRISP
to pick from including wagons with] .
enough room to swallow up an eight
foot Christina tree. flan ahead "e t CELERY, 10
always say) t
J Fsa-Then there' Conralr. The fun vI ,
I i one with the engine in the rear for I ,
\ unbelievable traction. Spring mud. I ',;
i' [
i summer sand winter MOW-nothing '
slops it.Corvette.. '. -. GEORGIA GRADED
4e ., The "enthusiast' ear.
SUng Ray Sport Coupe and Con
vertible. Still. America' only true>
i .porta cars. They do for your dew

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P Perforassace-And with any new
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peck from a wide range nt aland
and or extra-cue high performance
engines.Either' .
i way, whether wow',. I FRESH
got some plaee special to IG ECONOMY SLICED
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23 North Adams Street Qulncy Florid-a




GADSDEN COUNTY I a surprise It was as I took mj RIWK ON SOUTH VmntAN
"BRINKMANSHIP HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS Episcopal family Into the Jefferson HOUMon Secretary of State Dean Rusk
nouinulni Thursday for lunch to see our on his return from an lldanj,
TUB: CHATTAHUUCHCB TRIBUNE retired Bishop Juhan having
Asia, said that
Church Notesfrom lunch with the Venerable HarryDouglas. to several of inncountry's
Published each Thundat It 8 Madison Street
allies had
By .Murjorle B. Gngnry Of course 1 knew right expreutd/
A Jo** H. Pars NtwtnaprtCSTABUSHED t '8'_ IVmnnnlrnrtim A twit 81. Paul's away what the Bishop was up to.I their willingness to help South
1001Qulncy : TO SAVE SF.WINO TIME: Since It's not hunting wagon, I* Vietnam combat the gueml: .
I'm off to Camp Weed today
Florida .. Well 101 the Vietnamese
1 U .vl'fI1t' was an exampleof had to be on the road raisins Communim*
inn '... -.. ran *< Oumoy fl ma. haute making waste Its In a place of considerablesun money for the University of the He Mid that South Vietnam could
On. Y.ir. 1300 two years US 60 Sn Months tlTlJ the cutting of a garment. Unless, sand ..nd pun, and turf South at Sewanee and so Indeedhe use! the help of more military ao.vlaen .
e seamstress takes time to cut,and for this year only Shepherd was. We chatted only briefly. from other countries than
I. Hntchlntoa ... ...... .. ...... Piie<..*.t accurately, she/ll have trouble i Massey Shepherd, that Is. The but It was certainly nice to see! the United States In Its war
Thor Carmae Mtv.r>,,n9 sad IV."">i Met In the sewing and spenda Reverend Massey Shepherd is him again even on the run against Communist guerillas
""S lot more time adjusting for the I one of the world leading liturgical As my two little dogs, holy ter.tiers
t Zv careless cutting Job. scholars, and certainly the by breed, are beginning to FlTtRR!: TAX COTS
R/X4 0.r1 i" 4.r As clothing specialists In the Episcopal Oiurch'i leader In this get a bit restless, It Is time to At a recent White House! dinner
4 EDITORIAL r((4 U. S. Department at Agriculture held. ThIs should be a revelation bring this to an end, and to past for business leaders President,
NATIONAL a point out In their bulletin on I and a rare treat for our on to you that of which they so Johnson said, "I see another '.>
ASS c8T1tN r \ "Simplified Clothing Construction clergy. Next to nil pretence the often remind me what you itch cut a few year down the roar
iL .. *u r ::, HG-59, It's much easier to thing that most appeals to me tithe for, Is worth scratching fort if the $l2 billion tax reduction mst
9 JeW along a smooth seam edge Hulling and the chance to do enacted succeeds In boosting >lit
I than s ragged, uneven one. some spiritual reading, long held economy and balancing the buds
ON Also be sure the pattern Is in abeyance due to my exploitation BIBLE VERSETO et. he believe It will succeed,
of other duties and Interests.
laid precisely on the straight of
the goods. Otherwise, the garment Back to Quincy Friday Next STUDY

Double Standard CrusadersThe often during will' pull the out sewing of shape process.- Sunday of U the Whitsunday Church and, the the Birthday dayon 1 And they ihsU brat Uwli Floor Covering
: which God conferred upon It swords Into pluuKlwIurra, and
For the who likes
woman to "
the gift of His Holy Spirit. Ai their sperm. Into pruning honks. including Pennies
threat of the Brooklyn branch of the Congressfor cut the several garments, al once out from the usual we will have our little birthday 1. Where is the above quotation
same pattern laying Inlaid linoleum rabbet
Racial Equality (CORE) to jam New York World' Fair pattern and cutting are the most party for the Church at the found?
2. Where is the same Idea reversed eorllCounter
Church School hwr and pass out tlarL
and demonstration important steps. The layers of
traffic with dellbera1elytaled car ?
fabric must be laid to the children on the same basli
on opening day added a n.w dimension to the civil right straight and smooth. (It''s perfectly a good at In the part those things that 3. Who was the author of the Top
fight, in which the Senate II embroiled. Idea to pin the edges together to represent or are the gift of the quotation?
Church. will be secreted t Who was Joel
Th. stall threat and a water-wasting gimmick imatorial nomination. That was considered a setback And keep.the the material from slipping) within the They Whitsun cake It Work
which the same group ha concocted a* a possible alternative for. the Arizonan. she has all seamstress the necessary must be pieces.sure will be our pleasure that day as Annum to Bible Verse
or second step In the protest serve to demonstrate Obviously if Goldwater has this number of delegates With so many single and double well to enter Into the Body of L Isaiah 2:1:
Christ the Infant of Mr. and 2. J3:10.. All .
son\ : Tire.Expert
to what length come leader of the Negro movement California's June primary could be decisive And should layers second ot fabric sleeve, Its easy to lot- Mrs. James Ray Auman, measlesnot 3. Isaiah
collar taco
set a or
will go to make their point Goldwater do badly in the Golden Gate state, it may forefendlng. I don't ever re- 4. One of the twelve minor' Installation
Th. "stall-in" plan evoked item warning from At. shatter his hopes. ing.Extra time will be needed for member prevalent the and measles persistent being as they as prophets.

tom.y General Robert Kennedy, Democratic Whip Hubert sections that must b.e laid on a are this year .Whitsunday, or Adams Packing Association I
Humphrey, and Republican Senator K.nneth Keating QUINCY for cnglh-wlse accurately fold marking of material the pattern and Pentecost If one of the three of Auburndale has begun to seethe SHEL FER-BLITCK
most Important feast of theClurcb' 0. J. symbol of the Florida
and Jacob Javit of New York and Thomas Kuchel of perforations. K
Year the I and U
so Citrus Commission on the ends 4t..lss thwidCVeocT
California CALENDAR OF EVENTSA USDA's clothing specialists also AM services will be celebrations'of all retail-eised containers of f Stanza
The charge of Keating and Javlt that the CORE suggest\ you don't try to cut more of the Holy Eucharist The weekinitiated IU traceD concentrated orange
than six layers ot a UghtwieKht by Whitsunday, being
civil disobedience Community Service by the juice.
plan amounted to irresponsible were material at one time. Its too marked by the Whitsun Ember _.- -- ---
particularly Interesting, since those came two have been Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627-8516 hard to pin and cut with home Days and the Prayer Hook pro 1--------
among the most outstanding champion of the right of equipment Even six layers will viding propers for Whit Mondayand HARRISON AUTO PARTS
require a pair of sturdy, bent- Whit Tuesday, there will be
Negroes to demonstrate elsewhere In the country, Calendar Is based on Information reported by club handle shears and a strong hand. daily celebrations through the
Maybe, It Just depend on whose foot the shoe 1* secretaries and program directors a* of the Friday preceding And here's a final hint. U week, excepting Thursday USED CARS
on when it start pinching. you plan to cut several garmentsat As previously announced a number USED PARTS for all makesof
publication. once, select a pattern with of times the Right Reverend
simple, straight lines. You'U find Hamilton West Bishop of Florida Cars and Trucks
its easier to manage.To will be with us at St. Paul 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
Melvin Mass Thursday, May 14- Canning Center 8.5; Florida State
get a copy of Simplified on June the 14th at 10 AM the
Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St.; Quincy Clothing Construction, call or day on which we begin our summer BUY JUNKED CARS
Another of America' fighting men was laid to resttecentiy. Men's Slow-Pitch Softball Schedule, Joe Wedele, come by the Home Demonstration ; schedule of services at Sand 1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7-7115
Office on East Jeffennn St 10 AM and at T PM What
vi Talquin Electric 7:30
Coop. : p.m., Doyle ----
He was Major General Melvin J. Maai, distinguished! Conner Field.
Marine Corp leader and former Member of Congress.
While In the House, a spectator once brandished a loaded Friday, May 15- Canning Center, 8 5; Quincy Wom-
pistol and Maa calmly disarmed the frenzied man. an's Club, 11 a.m.,'Woman's Club House; Air Force
Following service in the House of Representatives, Recruiter, 9. 1.:. Post Office; Alcoholics Anonymous
Mac performed hazardous duty In the Pacific theater and Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Par- DODGE BOYS
during World War U. rlsh House.

His courage was severely tested following World WarII Monday, May 18, 1964- Canning Center 8.5; Kiwanis
when total blindness afflicted him. Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Masonic Lodge, Gads-
After rigorous rehabilitation training Maa became den Chapter No. 30, R.A.M., ToLMar-Quin Council (THE PEOPLES CHOICE)
chairman of the President' Committee on Employment of 23, 8 Masonic Building Social
p.m. ; Security Representative
the Handicapped and began hi. most arduous service to 9.30: a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy
his country. And in the last decade, Maa fought relentlessly Scout Troop 203, 7:30 p.m., Scout Hut; Girl, Scout

for Job for the handicapped. Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church; Quincy
Hi own behavior became the guiding symbol for Men's Slow-Pitch Softball, Massey Drugs vs. Randy' WIN YA LANDSLIDE !

the blind who lost hope through discouragement He will ., 7:30: p.m., Doyle Conner Field
be sorely missed by the handicapped and by all his
fellow American Tuesday, May 19, 1964- Life Underwriter, 12 noon,
Klttrell's Restaurant; Canning Center, 8 S; Rotary
Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Quincy Elementaryand
Committee SecrecySecrecy High School P.T.A., 730 p.m., High School Auditorium

In congressional committee hearing deCreased ; Lions Club, 7 p.m., Klttrell's Restaurant;
substantially during the first three month of this Quincy Men's Slow-Pitch Softball, Talquln Electric i7
Coop. vs. N. F Experimentals, Doyle Conner Field, OD o oA or
year.A Congressional Quarterly study shows 31 per cent 7:30: p.m.W.dneaday '

of the session were closed during that period. That was May 20Navy Recruiter 10:30: a.m., Post
the lowest three-month secrecy rate since 1960, when 30 Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Klttrell's Restaurant; Exchange .
per cent of the hearings were behind closed door Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center IDTHEOAROETf I YEAR DODOS .
Openhearlng, to which the public 1* Invited, are usually 8 5; Marine Recruiter, 9 12 noon, Post Office; 1V
/ \
sessions on proposed legislation. Gadsden County Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gads-
Executive hearings behind closed door are den County Hospital
sessions at which witnesses often testify on security In. t.!
formation. Also, such sessions are work periods In which Thursday, May 21- Canning Center 8 5; Florida State
the committee "mark up" legislation or carries on administrative Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St; Men's Slow
business. Pitch Softball, Joe Wedele, Inc. vs. N. F. Experimentals

The highest secrecy rate were recorded by the Senate 7:30 p.m., Doyle Conner Field.

and House Armed Services commutes and the House Friday, May 22- Canning Center 8.5; Pilot Club, 7 p.m.,
Foreign Affair Committee, committee which frequently Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter: 9-12, Post Office .
consider matter pertaining to national security.The ; Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon Family d
spotlighted Bobby Baker hearing were held by Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House.
the Senate Rule and Administration Committee That .
group met 34 times, half the total being executive session Monday, May 25CannIng Center, 8.5; Kiwansl Club,
1 Jefferson House; Eastern Star, 8 Masonic -0oo DODGE
Whether hearing are open or closed is decided by p.m. p.m. s
the committee chairmen. Oiler they feel they get more Blag; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., H1G DOp
work accomplished behind closed door and can make Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30:
better use of limited office space. Too often however p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First IL
Presbyterian Church; Men Slow Pitch Softball tie. Lq'W 1" fAM BEQacQUtOEA
the public 1* admitted to sensational or scandalous hearings j
while major decision are made behind closed doors. Randy vs. N. F. Experimentals, 7:30: p.m., Doyle 10Wh. rF t ,,. E

Conner Field; Jaycees 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House 't CTt DOOGEB S!

Bobby's Star FadesIn Tuesday, May 26Canning Center, 8. S; Rotary Club, IDD
1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic G F '
recent day the star of Bobby Kennedy hat begun Blag.; Business and Professional Women, 7 p.m, pAICE tTj ln
to fade. The most celebrated columnist In the nation, Klttrell's Restaurant; Men's Slow Pitch Softball. Massey BIGe'tile' 1 IGO I 9L

Walter Lippman, recently joined those suggesting the Drugs vs. Joe Wedeles, Inc., 7:30: p.m., Doyle a RIGHT IN LINt THAT It+ta4TS
young Attorney General not be the Democratic Vice Conner Field.
ONENO Opo -- :
Presidential nominee.
Bobby Kennedy ha never been elected to major Wednesday, May 27- Canning Center 8. 5; Navy Recruiter FoPP p X A0006fAcKAs
10:30 a.m., Post Office; Exchange Club, 1 THE RaADI
public cilice. If he were to be given the Vice Presidential Jefferson House. p.m. w 'Y I cHEYY --

nomination, a* a sentimental gift In memory of his .. -
-- .
u .A..a ... iss
brother, it might be the worst thing that could happen to a. :

the Kennedy program and the Kennedy memory and
might well bring him ...ntuallylnlo the White House.
Quite obviously the Attorney General not the best

qualified man to be President of the United States (If THE DODGE BOYS ARE HEADED I
qualified at all). When a Vice President U selected, however -
this should be the foremost consideration In mind.
Ill brother Senator Edward Kennedy (D.MasJ recently
add Catholics would not want a man to be nominated
Just because he was an Irish Catholic. Be good to lr I 1 FOR THE BIGGEST YEAR YET!
In addition to all this, President Lyndon Johnson and 1 1
> Bobby do not work smoothly and closely together and yourselfwith f r

that is another reason the Attorney General' chance. GETON THE BANDWAGON FOR THE CAR OF YOUR LIFE
are lading. And Judging from the popularity polls the a )? 'I

very high rating achieved by Johnson mean he will BEDROOM 7
feel secure enough to select the man he wants, as his p.-
running-mate. TELEPHONE

I i _
The convenience of a bedroom telephone far
Goldwater Illinois & CaliforniaSenator
outweighs its low cost. It saves) extra steps, is

Barry Goldwaler (FUArisJ won the Illinois more private, and assures you of not missing

Republican presidential primary with more than 60 percent an important call Best friend of the sick and

of the vote. shut-in, too. Call us today and see how convenient
However, according to many political observers, the and economical a bed-
victory was unimpressive. They say he needed 80 per be.
cent to offset the damage he suffered from his loss in moat phone can

New Hampshire to Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge hlsafsmflint LESTER MCTORS INC.
Goldwater must weigh the Illinois victory against ,
the psychological setback of losing better than one-third Ippa

of the popular' voles to lightly-regarded opponents in WEST JEFFERSON STREET Quincy. Florfdt
what kai been viewed as on. of his strongholds. .
Goldwater's votes totalled less than 500000. I II
And then, too businessman Charles Percy not a Quincy Telephone Co I (ONE OF THE DODGE BOYS)

Goldwater man defeated Illinois State Treasurer William I IPAGE
Scott a Goldwater supporter for the GOP guts


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OFFICIAL RESULTS I MO+ Tai Part of t.hez.. alcoholic's
problem in rH>iBlslsc alco-
H be at that Inabiittly to hold
j Blue! u unmanly. rferm.non in-
99 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15u. S !; on alcohoHum wrlt
!. >wATE.HOLLAND. tilt Florida Alcoholic Jkhabilttatmn \!-
Program P. O. Box 1147
1128 28 98 567 30 68 U9 91 868 129 4S 318 961 49 133 13S 4787 Avon Park

ODHAM 236 12 9 147 40 11 14 7 139 21 1 37 456 3 24 13 1170
GOVERNOR At a rule, the alcoholic! it an

BURNS 175 10 C 100 8 9 21 2S 244 19 1 49 183 9 40 16 919 i rx.irty.rUVclen'i:' !who fMI! that, confuted no one really pet-

DICKINSON 127 9 20 76 8 lC 10 15 U9 16 2 48 143 4 6 19 636 want to help him. Help li avail-
i: !tic 'hi, ingh the Florida AICfI )-
HIGH 192 11 3 123 3-2 9 6 4 71 23 0 6 412 1 14 4 907 1 i. habilitaUoa: r ntti.

KARL 30 1 1 27 3 2 1 0 3S 5 2 4 4S 1 1 2 160 } r'F1t APail, I.,, and its five GUI.vall'nt .
/ ,1[ MHOAccoMling ,
KELLY 71S 6 59 257 15 U 110 54 484 83 33 24S 612 26 88 83 2911 i }.. i

MATHEWS 172 C 20 143 5 4 1 1 71 13 2 21 8S 11 9 26 600 k : to the Florida Alloholli -
ATTORNEY GENERAL Rehabilitation Program,
I'aleh. .>lir* very often d<4l" rcKniif -
FAIRCLOTH 557 22 SO 340 54 26 46 25 325 7S 17 116 724 18 68 U 2507 "< the illness in themelvw -

IYNES 793 15 51 344 12 CC 98 66 664 66 24 2lC 627 31 80 9S 3224 If they ndo know, thru
UTILITIES 4 H DAY The Juniper Jumpers observed 4 H Sunday, May 3 with special ienric tear that under
COMMISSION1 ot the Flat Creek Baptist Church. Shown front row left to right are: Jennifer Haire i land farces them to hMe. theIr

BREWER 114 1 12 78 14 5 20 21 234 24 1 43 219 7 23 31 919 (mascot), Leslie Haire, Susan Clark and bract Fletcher (mascot). Back row: lane i problem

MASON 1104 30 84 572 50 51 123 60 662 103 32 270 976 40 120 101 4384 Smith, Roealyn Fletcher, Jean Suber, Merilyn Hair. and Glenda Fletcher, junior leader A feeling of helplewmwa (ire-
STATE ATTORNEY The H'eri and their families enjoyed a picnic at Torreya State Park afterwards. I vail among mom friend! irul
Photo by Photo Studio 6 Flower Shop relative: of alcoholic For n.
HOPKINS 1016 25 81 568 50 60 105 82 7S4 114 31 281 1076 38 128 U8 4525STRICKLAND ..- ----1 I formation on how you can help I ,

339 12 26 140 17 15 4S 15 241 32 lC 74 337 9 28 30 1374 'ON 8OIOOL I'R" fM I contact the Florida Alcohol,
Rehabilitation Program f ORox ,
STATE LEGISLATURE WORLD MOTION The Supremo. Omii ban an of-' 11 n. Avon Park
BLACKBURN 441 22 62 322 24 34 61 2S 576 48 15 124 S04 38 53 40 2395 tidal erbnol l crn
The Miami Beadi Flint Nat-
INMAN 929 16 42 380 C7 C4 83 73 434 96 31 239 920 12 102 111 3559 by R'pl't'llt'nlallH"I '11 Mke tonal Hank ha formed a complete .
Fred Arrlnqton 2 2 UviP NP AM'IMPORTANT ROUE REARING swan f 1 Y (D.,r1a,> a* part of "a oVmlly attempt peaker'" bureau mixle >::j>
CLERI CIRCUIT COURT, INTHi INPUtTRIAL, U\O.UT hONOr II '- 1 In mako our America of of expert" in the fleUI of bankIng ,
THE NTH ctNruer 6KCPUCIN / II) fit lally a goillcM natlim Sikeii to speak to loral civIc
BAUR 1090 26 78 527 38 55 93 68 640 107 23 215 1027 CC 90 127 4248fANNA 'TATIOhAIlY FRXTON MOreth KTWCIN W.Rt1f hall urged mnclnu ot a Cnnmllutlmial !-(flub and community organs

249 11 26 IS4 23 20 50 29 333 38 23 lU 367 5 69 20 1561 THEY MAP PO66I9U I Tale umrndinpirt to rewrae the anti an..
MVELOPMENT MAOmCTOO. pT court's declaim
SHERIFF : .*AMP MtlKPIN! TOO.*..: Nature I la a great teacher if

EDWARDS 770 IS 78 416 18 40 108 62 562 71 19 213 627 33 91 102 3225 -- 'j A little pmtnlnrnc torn not I you cam. to take It-morn.

FAIRCLOTH 621 26 29 296 51 39 4S 3S 456 82 27 154 817 19 66 50 2813 ft fn lo ihi head of really prominent A thief I I' one who put the

TAX COLLECTOR TNECE TOOLS M TURN't prnon. inke In mistake
t awauEO week. BaAieibeTo
BASSm 531 17 39 347 27 22 43 23 54S 48 19 84 496 36 7S 82 2434 taw eeo ctP w IARai taatnIe ,.
WA Miren.eaaorac ci.acvRGOUQED
SUBER 156 3 4 58 11 21 77 10 US 33 5 63 15S 4 41 20 776 FOB TMI ntlttNT OW IOTO'

SCHOOL SUMMERFORD BOARD 692 18 61 307 30 37 32 64 355 71 22 219 774 12 C3 49 2786 Malta*O TURN* a AlBPUN AND WHCHVMVOitkl PEANUT HULLS

McMILLAN 667 23 60 413 26 21 80 57 4C7 6C 2S 193 732 39 70 63 2980 '

MUNROE 698 IS 39 232 37 57 69 30 428 74 18 136 677 8 78 84 2680 For Your Yard Caro


LEONARD 612 25 77 349 30 31 93 56 (41) 55 23 201 608 t3 79 54 2756 Shrubbery Flowes I'

SHELFER 154 14 31) 374 39 46 53 U 459 83 21 lCS 803 29 74 89 30S4

Fred Arrinqton 1 1
Mowwi oou.ae a.Aaae1 EASY TO HANDLE
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RENFROE 269 1 32 163 28 19 18 U 30 8 121 407 15 40 38 1231 MAN*ACMU:VE ME ATION NTfcTMHOUM Of I

Buster Betts 11 2 2 10 2 33 MOTON AMD A r. .. 11\ I
'WAU.O* MOTOHPA .,sine

Ceorge Hamilton 13 2 15 1 2 33 TXt PB DEMONUT.A1bUs C4>LEe ANV 4 LEE PARRAMOREMT.

Willi Darden I I c otlioa ASP ,
Poole SCAHIN tX _
Ben Duncan 1 1 If c j PLEASANT
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Hallie S. Ban 1 1 I PHONE 856.5222 1

Wayne Peacock 1 3 4 1

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JIm Schroeder 5 6 11 I "

Cavil Wynn 2 2 i 4

three time a* fast a* output In III a teacher with many clans-.
ON non-agricultural Industry. Average room and many subjects to: Saddle Club
productivity per farm worker teach.
THE FARM has gone up more line 1940 thanin Do you want to know more all prior recorded history. about curing 'or the lawn around \ I
Sty Bernard lark Thrill are but a few of the your home or Uw beat method Pickup A. J. Taylor and Albert. { :,
milestone that mark the pros o( growing your prize ihrubiT5xtenlon Agerlon, 5th place team; West, ,. J
M YEARS ('Oorr.RUn'E re In the fabulous growth d << can help you learn. Do em l'1"UUI'I'MIIII. Jo Taylor I f1 4t1..
EXTKNSIOV gFKWE American Agriculture; a development you want to know the latest mete 2nd; Cob Rare. A. J. Taylor, t. '
Today "e produce food and that baa played a vital od ot controlling clues rust mile 4th; and Tunnel Rape- A. J. I ,\, "- .-. ,, J", ....:..,.
fiber In great abundance and role In the economic growth d or corn earworma Extension can Taylor, 3rd. I' :tci .;, :; I
variety for our 190 million Americana our country and offer new hope give you the answer. I At the Spring lion Show In "':. ..."
we nhip 5 billion dollar that acme day hunger may no You may find out what you want lalnbridge Sunday afternoon the --- ..
worth annually to people In other longer plague the people U the to know by reading a bulletin or Uadaden winner werePony: '
lands and we have plenty to earth. other publication attending a dans Jimmy Smith 2nd, Western -'
spare. We do this on the imall- What 1 II the Dory back of tits training school or clinic seeinga I'INNUI't'ariHlra David-
dory Who made this TV program or film or calling
eat acreage of farmland In half ion 4th; Western Pleasure (IK andover
a century and with the imallet record possible Obviously, farm- on your county agent Or )- A. J. Taylor 3rd; Pony
agriculture\ labor force in 100 en and their families played the you may get your Information Express: (II & under)- Larry EXPERT
)eRra. major role. But many million from s radio program a story !Moulton. 3rd; Overleaf Starred
American consumers eat better of American from other walk U In the newipaper or a leaflet Race (II It under)- Larry
life had hand In Chap Key to manning tier dlvene
than ever before and on just 19 a great accompURhment loulton, 5th: Men' Cloverieaf
per rent of their take-home pay. too. One group In Extension<< clamroom \throughoutthe Race-- A. J. Taylor 2nd. IL II
And the efficiency and progress the lorefront In thi* great forward- slate la modern man communications Stall), 3rd and Buck Moulton Sth
and plus a network of
step In production, diilributiua
ft agriculture\ continue to mount
tailoring of product to consumer county workers. Lxtenslua cooperate
During the 19501! productivity of '
with many organl/ations: The In tlw
Extension for-
V. want wa the Cooperative average wage
S. -farm worker -increased-- << Service. With IU tie to the loo. It often leads In developing tire trucking Industry In 1SJ was AERIAL
great center ot agriculture know. Ihesa group, stepping out when 3,388 27 percent higher than
A-I' leg the U. S. Department of the organization can go ahead on the average for all private Inlui-
Agriculture and the Land-Grant its own. try Wages and benefit abwirbliout I
College Cooperative Ext,,,- Sixty-eIx county and 55 home 59. percent ot motor car '
lon provided the mechanism for demonstration agent' wave HOT- rier gross revenue*
da. Aim on the job of Information .a .
KEEP YOUR he diilnbution of new MlenUlicIrulh -- -
that permitted the giving are annuitant attend
GARDEN BLOOMING through to abundance.FAEC bl'Nk'l and asaas'tats agent A aIMS irfUK It I II e.sy In get the Idea that DUSTING & SPRAYINGCALL
dutrtct agmis reapunmblelo nobody ahould Interfere with your ,
the Director oj xtenloalupervls business. I II

r NotesAnniversary I Beside* these the county agent. agents s I '
We know
corps of ipedallsu work at the a man who listens
'W1TH A KODAK .; tale level Their duty t* to a* much as he talks. ,

CAMERA AND COLOR fiLM I keep the county agents up-to- I A just decision U-one hat let*
the-mlnulo on the latest research
An Editorial -
u* win.
development and to make recommendatlona -
Thl May. the Florida Agricultural : -, In their Dekia U specially. -
A man with a _-t.rac1 mind
Exlcraton Srrvk-e i"lebrate .
I IU golden anmveraary We, The Agricultural BjcUruion Service ""uilly wants _body else! to
salute local county and home dern- la adinlnulered by a limit work.
nmtnUon agent for their part In beaded by the Director lie la
.11KODAK 50( year d progrea I responsible Ira adminuimbon at BILL COST
Progress stifled In 1914 m-hen both county and tuts lev.... The
bounty Commliuuonen the Unlvemly Director repurts lo the President gmai;
of Honda and the Federal ot the University of Florida

Government pooled reaource through the I'r< 10> help farmer to do a better' lie Is also responsible to
Job. the Administrator" ot th Federal n.... rrt., taL. OFFICE 627-6978 HOME 627-8487
Rtfcto, Cameras In the early day then travel- Lxtemiun Service for the tee of
1It. II
log teache. were called "Coun federal fund. and lor carryingout
Makt you master of every ty Demonstration Agents." They federal policies.we 7 FACES OF
and then female counterparts,1 again lalute the County
picture situation !the home demonstration agents 0Jmmi....,. ot Gads to s Couny I Iltarrlal ,
moved out Into the rural areas of ( toe bringing the University at T iyBarton Ilt.ad.l, SHADE TOBACCO DUSTERS INC.
f .
of qvartof century, IH ROW* Mmkl.
the Mate and became the localrepreientatives florid
to each
i doorstep In the ,
(. ,.. :
hM hoi .. d highly pf* of the .
CIM, .OtV...... 3Il ll C..Nsa Fkmda. University' CWnl, Through their effort they. .. .., IIDO I''
are playing vital ml
a In Florida .
Mad m..k among .... _rid'* The rang _'t always euy 'i ecnramicPress ills tCArtRE
orear ...........pNc eq.......,. Many tanners thought they were JIrOCTPII. 7 FACES OF
T ......,.
odoy' knHion a. doing pretty well operating their QIJINCY AIRPORTDISTRIBUTORS
terry forooH Hw di" fI9..itMcl eslablinhmenU "the way Pa dme DR. LAOBATTLE
..... -.. hodilioot, end .- it.. They could see no reaatjn to Insiiiuieand Air
ee.p.r.t.. -plicity"... hot change. Many felt the county
awMO* In* pktvr. moiHrf fr agent might u well go about .hMbuunea ._ .... M/ BEYOND i
--r... ,.. Kddok l.tm. con l HI lie,.. ain't farming half as well as and writing the news lid writing FOR
know how to now" Beikiea, they' review, columns, arttdea, and ..... ._ T...._ ".....
!mtaeruHed what they called editorials tome attmtkn also M., 17. Is. II, M
." will be glare to creative writkv.
CROUCH'SREXALL But the C'IUII1I&1'ft kept trying The course will be taught by
and demonstrating and wuv Dr. Laurenre K. CampheU. RUprolitenr WITH
nine ever Influential kcal leaders. of Enfttab educalksv Manta* ah..LOVEr
And today, the Ext_ kIN ha* and Rubert Marten avtrurtar to NIAGARA DUSTSI.
Male audI a aucma that B I* E ngti.b and JwrnaJlam al t1rftIaHIett
QUINCY. FLORIDA being Imitated aO over the world. IrbooL HILLDRIVEIN
_,Modern Acrtrultural Eiienatan I An author and reviewer. OrCamphefl ,
ha taugM bifJi dn4
students to deiai...ial>ui gnups
ENTERPRISES Inc. at EY..... TownaMp IIICII ..... MAt.7_
KINARD 9<, New TrW ificb dud.
....... IIdaoaI peer ....... r.... .....
CHARLES KINARD. Owner ....., ami s CalilomM arfaviaiMr. May ... II
AAflflocs lancbf .. the bruJry ...-
BetnodeUae Dot BtxrVATITHE :
ftarr eI 1W TrU I. nnmf d

CarwfM Corports Porcke* far the "nnat mffitinrthisr caws .... q
paper seadured s* a bids actedeanOncol
Roofloq Skiing CabtoetaITorlda .... em mder MU HOOK 7
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Boons ..... .., IT
Job Too larre or Too Emott"Havana
627495 Is strwce how cow f..ttt SASCATCHAVNU
Highway -M lei ,..j bow 11 raw yait swans see (*.at
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Garden Club Garden CircleEntertained Centenary WSCS f.

WOMEN'S PAGE Board MeetsThe At Circles MeetThe

executive board of theQuiocy Circle of Centenary Methodist
Bassett HomeThe
Garden Club met Tue*- Church met for the last meet
night at the home of Miss of the this week and
day Magnolia Garde.. Circle Ing year
Persona Item ol octal
having nature are urged to call
Lucille Smith with Mn. Lamar was entertained by Mrs. Floyd much enthusiasm was shown as
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAiD 7-8503 i thEe: Bassett and Mrs. Fred Kibilka ai we enter our new year.

__ ; McDonald presid the home of the former Friday Circle One met with Mrs A. D.
--------- WWWwwwWwwXwrnCouple nnnn ed. The meeting opened afternoon The chairman, Mrs Sapp, chairman, presiding. Thehoelese
with prayer by : Lenten I LanIer RIchardson called the was Mrs. Wayne Buttram

HonoredAt Richardson who then read fix meeting to order after which Mn Mrs. E. Nash PhIlpot gave the J.
minute. Mr*. Graham HoIteown Kibilka give an interesting devotional 1 lesson and devotional. There
PartyMr. treasurer made her remit on "Joy" and "The Sunny. were ten members present Circle
Supper which showed a food side of the Street. Mrs Pelham Two met with Mrs. & B 4 4F 4r

and Mr*. Durwood Owens Balance. Sullivan, treasurer, then made Shelter with Mrs. H. E. Morgan
entertained with a supper party Circle chairman made Interesting her yearly report which showed Sr. presiding In the absence of
Eat/unlay night I at their Lake and enoouraglnc a nice balance the chairman. Mr*. Hal Fletcher
Seminole home In honor of Mill It was voted to do relOl1&l Mrs. Douglass Brooks reportedon gave the devotional and lessonrhere .
pair In the kitchen were five members present
Mary Middleton and John Suber and several the Executive Board Meet.
whose man tags wiU be an other places. Mr*. John McAfee, Circle three met with Mrs
A the Golden
ing. report on Age
event of this montPaillel/ house chairman wa named to A. B. Blackburn ts hostess, with
dub which meets at the Garden
and mum centered the food /L attend to this matter. Mrs. Blackburn, chairman, presiding.
I' Center Thursday afternoon
every Mrs. E. a Embry gave V'
Mrs. Roma Norton .
table. Carnation were at other reported'
awl Is sponsored by the
the devotional and Mrs. Malcolm
points of interest In the horn. :on the presidents conference she was given by Mrs Carl Spooner. <1',
The guests tat at small table the president, and Mrs. CleotoaBametit New officers of the circle were were Nicholson 16 members gave the presentCircle lesson. There ;:plt
on tie lawn overlooking] the attended In Chatt- elected and Installed. Mrs Romulus

4 met with Mrs. Floyd ik*
beautiful lake surrounded by iI4i:1
Brlnkley chairman of the '
native greenery and wild flow Mrs. Douglass. Brook an- nominating committee presentedthe Gannett as hostess. Mrs. M. B. : >rt''f' r!<' Bates, Jr. chairman, presided. ;
Candles centered the nounced that m benefit two Others
'n. sluts. on the commit
Mrs. U L. Willis the devotional .
session game party would beheld
table Mrs.
tee were B. D. Bluckwelderand
88 went at the Garden Center Saturday Mn. Douglass Brook and Miss Marguerite 1' "
Among the guests The "
Ilendnx the lesson. There 4
parents of the couple Mr. and May 16 beginning at 2pm. officer are: Chairman, Mrs. J. were eleven gave members present and 1Zt'J'; i:
lira, W. E. Middleton and Mr. and 7 P4n. Door prim will i Finder Williams; co-chairman :
Mrs. Tom Kelsey, Mn. Nails Phil- "
be awarded and refreshmentsserved 11fVJ :
Mrs H S. McCaU i A .
and Mrs. Morrla Sober.The secretary pot and Mr*. Carl Owenhy as ;1b: :
Those desiring to
boooreea were presented play I' Mrs Lanier Richardson, treasurer visitors. t ; ,?I IJ.,lw
: lease in touch with Mrs
of this get Mn. Pelham Sullivan and

linen aa a memento pro Circle 5 met with Mrs. JamesJ.
Brooks, Mrs. Lanier Richard-: gram chairman, Mrs. Fred ;
Kibilka. i
party. .
con or Mia McDonald. Tickets Love with Mrs. J. D. Warner as IIIt l't 11'
are $1.00 or $4 00 per table co-hostess. Mrs. R. B. Lester a.
Brunch In an Impressive ceremony! Jr., chairman presided. Mrs
Thursday ; Mrs. Jeff Davis and Mr*. Mn. Brooks ---
%# snd; irf s y"az,:vty Roma Horton reported on the Mn. Kibilka Installed introduced the officers.Mrs. Fred Kibilka gave the devotional Miss Sylvlon loAm EdwardsMr.
and Mrs. Carl Fryer gave the
For Bride-elect 10 ra4 Spring Flower Show. It wa decided Blackwelder who
displayed membersand
a lesson. There were 13
Mr. Sam Solomon Jr., and to have preceding a school the of next instruction beautiful altar arrangement withan two new member present and Mrs. G. P. Hanna, Jr., Quincy announce the

Sirs. Winston Bdwsrds enter ;. ,'I Flower show a* it has been (.open kwrlder Bible beside it. MmBla Mrs. William Davis and Mrs. JU. : engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter

tamed with a Brunch at the fJ/ many yeses since one we held much thought said to' Aden thi* arrangement giving. Warner. Sylvian Jo-Ann Edwards to Larry Eugene Melton grand ,

Jefferson Houne Thursday here and the group feel the I decided to Use Religious Circle 6 met with Mrs. G. W. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kimbrell, Marianna. The arid*.
In honor of Mis Mary need of the school. Byrd a* hoctcs with Mn. T. A.
morning I theme. Roman. 10: 17 was her Ferguson presiding In the ab- elect is a senior at Quincy High School Her fiance 1 11
bride elect. An arrangement
:Mlddleton, the social hour the "So
During scripture then
cometh Orlando. will be
of centered sense of the chairman Mr E. self-employed la The wedding an event
toeteese served dellclou refreshment by hearing and
the table. Place card were of of coffee frappe the Word of God." hearing by Morrow. Mrs. J. A. Snell gave the of June 4, 7.30 la the evening at the Forest Hills Methodist
.. ___._ ___ that devotional and Mrs. S. M. Strom
bridal motif accented! with ____-n-- .n. cookies, cheese straw and' since while expressed Innocence gave the lesson. There were 10 Church Quincy, with the Rev. Hugh White, great uncleof

roue Miss Mary Kale Porch toasted nuta.Luncheon. she used white gladiolus and can- members present the bride elect conducting the ceremony. Miss Edwards .
Among the 0 guest were the dytuft to symbolize the receiverof is the granddaughter of Mrs. Lee R. White,
of the couple, Mra. W. Louis of the Faith and the larkspur Circle T and I met at the Lake Quincy.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Porch announce and
R.:"tt'II and Mr*. Morris Given asters the River of Faith through Talquln Cottage of Mrs. Ralph No invitations are being sent All friends and relativesof
and their
engagement approachIng marriage of daughter nobility and leadership Porter for a luncheon meeting the couple are invited.
Suber.Mr Solomon ,eve the Mary Kate to Robert Thomas Fason, son of Mr. and Mri. For BrideelectMrs. their purple hue. A vertical Mrs. E. Nash Phllpot met with

rack and Mr James M. Essman of Greensboro. Miss Porch is a senior pattern was used to symbolize a"reaching them as a visitor. .
honor a luggage Arthur Corry her daul 1t.
Edwards: presented her with a at Quincy High School and will be graduated In Juns. up with courage and
er, Mn. Lamar Manner, Jr., Mr* The Door io"Litlle For
silver vegetable dish/ Her fiance is a graduate of Greensboro High School and Edmund Corry and Mr*. Lamar strength the open Bible Mrs.revealed Blsckwelder the Word.said Study Club Knox"'P'

Is employed by Winn Dixie. Wedding plant are being' Munroe, Sr., entertained with a If you have faith as a grain of At Luncheon
Dinner Party For made for June 21.Luncheon delightful luncheon Monday In mustard seed 1
honor of Mis Mary Mlddletnn,
bride elect, at the borne ot the Mn. Klbllks presented the out Mn. John Thompson enter
Engaged Couple former. going chairman, Mn. Richardson tained the Tuesday Study dub
Tuesday Centering the dining table was a beautiful pair of ear rings from with a delightful lunif eon at
Mr*. W, 1). Rodgers of Chatt- of the dale and expressed the Lake Talquln cottage of her .
I, ahoochee entertained with a Miss Middleton For Miss Powell shasta a beautiful daisies. Place arrangement cards were of the work she had appreciation doneas brother and sister in law Mr N
beautiful luncheon Wednewlay chairman It wa remarked and Mr*. Allan Bostlck. Green-
In honor of Mil* Middleton, Mini Mary MUUleton and Mr*. Frank Smith and her of Mixed bridal design.spring\ flowers were at I upon that the attendance the ery and fruit were at points of ;,

I bride elect. The hostess home John[ Suber whose wedding will daughter la law Mn. Frank other point of Interest In the circle had been higher this year Interest. (

was decorated with a pink and be an event of thla month were Smith Jr., entertained with a home. than ever before and the chairman Mn. Thompson gave the book

I whit color tcheni The large entertained with s dinner party seated tea Tuesday afternoonin Hostesse gave the honoree thanked the group for their review following lunch. ,
table) was covered' by a handsome Cornlngware u a memento Uthi support and cooperation Mn. L. M. Llndney will entertain
Mr. e
ThunwUy nisi t, given by honor of Mine Marie Powell,
white cloth and centered party. hairs Fisher Williams the club next week at the '
and fit... T. M. Cumtile, Mr. and Greenwood Ha. whose marriage incoming
by an arrangement of pink Mr. Thomas Cumbie, Mr. and Among the It guests were chairman, asked for cooperation Alligator Point cottage of her
roue The smaller table featured Mrs. Howard Sober, Mr. and to Robert 11111 Camway mothers of the engaged( couple, in making the next club year a ion in law and daughter, Dr.,
pink linen cloth PJ.ceu"l. Suber Mr. and 11'11be\ an event of June 7th. Mrs W. E. Middltton and Mrs. good one and Mn Fred Butler. The members
E. 1. Jr.
of bridal _hrn. Mrw. will lunch and +v w.
were Morris Subrr.Mrs. enjoy
The home of the former a
Will It announced
Mr. T. Byron Suber and Mr. was that there
Preceding lunch punch was and Mr*. .James BaiL the aettlng for decorate and would be a game party bridge, swim. I
served the terrace.
on A white and yellow color wee beautifully with canasta and duplicate at the Garden \ _
Among the 20 guest were scheme wan u ed. DaMslet, roe arrangement of mixed spring Center Saturday, April 16 Lake LuncheonFor I
mother of the couple, loll'll. W. flower In pastel color prjona beginning at 2 p.m. There willie
and iris formed the table decoration
F.. Mlddleton and Mr*. Morris *. Pink row centered the dining door prizes and refreshments Bride-elect I If : '
Buher. table which I wa Tickets are $1.00 each.Beautiful .
The hostess gave the honoreelinen Among the 21 guests were theparents rkab'rJlered 'v:
ri a handsome Miss Mary Mlddleton bride'
the Mr, and J. T. Sherman of Medl- arrangements of mixed
ae a memento of tilldelightful Mr*. orrl'* Sober couple and Mr, and cloth. Un, Mi..., 1* visiting her too in flower and greenery were In elect, was the honor at a deightful -' S. .
party. Mr. W. E. Middleton. The honteivw presented the law and daughter Mr. and Mr Mn. Bassett'i home. The dining picnic luncheon Saturday ,
honoree china in her chosen noon, given by Mr*. Nod
Howard Woodward. table which was by an
,Birth Announcement The honoree were presentedsilver a* a memento of this bin Roma Horton attendedthe Imported linen cutwork embroidered Uinsofl and her daughter in law Everett Morrow and Mrs. Foster Lash! bold

MrilRM l Allen Pallet wee born a* a memento ot till lovely party 38th annual convention of cloth had the silver service Mr*. Wilson liioeoo at the Lake I over the door to Qulncy's own little Forc'/
HI'hard delightful party.Benefit Among the 80 gueita were, Talquin borne sf the Hinsonfamily. I
and loll'll.
April 27 lo Mr. Florida Federation of Garden on one end from which spiced "
Pallot of Miami. Mrs Pallot I. mother of the couple, Mr. J. Club In Hollywood Florid atHollywood tea was poured and oo the other Knox. This Is the modern new storage vault

tie former Kowllnd WmMe oQulnry. Game Is R Powell "'r., of Greenwood. Beach Hotel May 12 end a silver container of daisies Grsenerycendlees; and fruit' now In operation at Morrow's Cleaners. I
J, The baby weighed acorn Ha., and Mr*. Ormond W. IS. and mum In white and yellow. were at interact point I

: poundi, nine ounce Will I I. the Planned 16 Carraway and sktera. of the Mr. and Mr*. Morris Peterson Silver trays ot open faced sandwiches Among the 18 guests were
second child Sir the Pallots. Thry May bride elect Mr*. Miscue Ponder visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs cookie and compote of mother of the engaged couple,
have a four year old soil, Joe There will be a benefit card and Mrs. Harold Davis Ralph Burroughs in Malone nut were also on the table. Mr*. W. E. Mlddleton and Mn. STORE YOUR

Wodcles. Pallet.Mason. game, contract bridge, duplicate Gee enwood. :Mothers Day. There were 19 present. Mn Morris Suber.
-- -- and canasta at the Garden On- Mr and Mrs J. T. Brown had Graham McKeown was a guest The girl wore slacks and

ter, Saturday May 18. The Miss MiddletonHonored as weekend guests her patent short on this orcaedon and bada FURS and WOOLENS :

Music game begin at I p.m. There Mr, and Mr*. Frank Feavy and Wesleyan Grads wonderful day. Native greenery -
will be an evening wielon for two son of Pennacola.Mrs. and wild flowera formed a
COMPANY ,thoee desiring to pie, beginning at Party Winston McLendon and Attend Dinner beautiful setting, overlooking' IN OUR MODERN NEW

f'' 14 E. Waihlnglon Street at 7 p,m. also. Mr*. Fred Rowan entertained three son spent Mother Day in the lake .
I Door price will be awardedand with a delightful afternoon Tallahassee with hur parent, The hostesses gave the,' STORAGE
: PIANOS ORGANS refreshment aerved. The party Friday in honor of Mires Mr. and Mr*. Frank McUlL Meeting HereAn honor aa attractive gift aa a' VAULT ;

Band Instruments ticket are $1.00 per penon. Mary MKklleton, bride elect ether Thou attending the District\ area dinner meeting of the memento of this nice party. I

Cull Mra. Douglass BrooVa bom. Begonia, gerber and J Officer Training School atTallahamre Wesleyan College Alumnae was

and Accessories !Miss Evelyn McDonald or Mr*. Dorothy Perkins row highlighted Heights Methodist held at the Jefferson Home Wednesday Hope Class In !
Lanier Richardson for ronervnt- \ the entrance, larkspur, Church Thursday were, Mrs. evening to re-establish an I
Home Ph.: MA 7.6705 Ion.. ..row and daloe were effectively PierrellhnniH, Mrs Maxwell active 11I1InI"I '\on. Monday MeetThe

' arranged In the living room. Strom, Mr*, (;arl Owenby, Mrs.J. Preceding the dinner a "get to
Open Mon. Tur' Wed. Fri.. I The lixllvlihmlliit I* one who Caladmma were featured on the A. Snell. Fire R Each Phil- gether" was enjoyed by the Hope Sunday &honl Clan

" 4 to < p.m. All Pay Sat think for himself and, whennerrsaary mn porch and patches in the pot and Mrs. J. L. Uedenbaough. :group. Miss Lynda Brinks most of the First Baptist Church met
, i by himself den.The Several of the group attended recent Quincy graduate, reportedon Monday night at the home of the
I. dining table which wa service at Trinity Methodist the renovation on campus and president Mrt Fred Moon with
. coveted by a handeome linen where they heard Bishop Arthur on UM new building. 8 member" and 2 service members -
-1 cutwork cloth wax centered by Moore speak. In attendance.
a silver bowl of daisies, bridalwreath Mr. and Mr*. Elliott Whltehuret. Mr*. R D. Woodward. Jr. told Mn. Ernest Bailey" gave an
LOOK AROUNDTHERE'S what being madeof
and ferm.A Jr., and children of Will- dlupcwltlon was Umpiring devotional on Prayer."
the old furniture. She also
gift of china wa presented Inton spent the weekend with During the business session' the
spoke of the need fur a library
the honoree. her \parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto president presided. Following reports ;;
A addition and discussed the ten
of the officers there YOUR GARMENTS
Among the 18 gueatt were Edwards They and Mr. and MraUtho wa
that lain
mother of the engaged couple, Minion Edwards; Jr.. and year program operatiin.Mrs. a discussion on having a visitation .
NEW SHOP IN TOWN Mr*. W. E. Middleton and Mr*. ohiklren were dinner guests eX ( Woodward t* a trustee and content to avoid the summer ..
attends all the board meetings at
slump. Some good plan
Morrl* Sober the Edwards on Mother Day were
Mrs Bon Duncan and fivechUdiwn W file van.) formulated] and will be put Into' FIRE PROOF
The dinner table were In the action. This clan meet monthly
MOORE ELECTRICMOTOR DuplicateWinners Game Mexico Beach.spent the weekend at shape of a C. An arrangement of to report and make plan ,

Named white hydrangeas roes and Mr*. Carl Edward closed with
Mr and Mrs. Sam Solomon,
Winner at the Friday night Jr., and daughter Linsley spent leather fern formed the tenterpiece. prayer ,
at the Peach colored I'OIM'I. lark. During the aortal hour the hns-
duplicate bridge tame the weekend In JatkaonviUe
Garden Center were M I'll. Masine with )Jr. and Mrs. Thomas Solo spur and snapdragon were on .served delicious refreshments.
{ Chonpelear and Douglass While there another section and deep pink
mon. they warsdinner DRIVER :
Brook, first, Mr. and Mr*. guests of Dr. and Mr*. P. rose en the other. State Comptroller E I n
Guest meeting with the alumnae Ray GrePII'baa
Hugh Smith second, Barry Ott- W. Hum it Doctor Inlet.Mr .
announced checks arrow LleanerJ
REPAIRS ON lager and Mack Sowell. third, *. Calvin Curry and eon Mrs.were Pat Mrs.Munroe.Glenn Klngry and CM.OOO have been mailed totalling to each IN

MOTOR POWERED APPLIANCES Mr*. Douglass fourth.Brock and Ivt Alex of Gainesville are spending Miss Owrnby request alt alumnae o< t'lorlda'i (T counties a* their CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETS !
SrMlron thU week with her
who were not present at this share of the race track tax fund.I
I I The regular Friday nightclub Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith.
meeting to send her their They have received
a total of
BATTERY CHARGESGolf will meet a* renal this Mrs. Sam Solomon will leaveFrHlay addrrssr* for the revised directory. 02000 thu far this year. i QUINCY FLORIDA
week. There will be a benefit for Atlanta. She will be The district includes : _

Carts Welders and Power Tools game Saturday night at the accompanied by Mir Mirth Mndisnn, Monticello Perry. Tallahassee -
Garden Center. Bell who will be guest of heron Havana and Quincy.
720 WEST JEFFERSON STREET I Sam Solomon IV at the
The oldest porpolne born at Sprint Formal a t Little Emory
Mrs. Don HostessAt
Mnrlra-land o( Florida Is named May
6277440 and Mir Kaye Sanford guest
,"Spray." She lilT year old. and of Jack lligdon for the formal Bridge Wednesday' THANK YOUI

I is one ot the famous jumping *. Mrs. Doe May was hostess to

porpntae* .. 1\Irw. Lester Belt of Frost \her bridge club Wednesday
= = :
i proof spent the' weekend with afternoon. Colorful spring

Mr. and Mra. Durwood Owens. flowers fete effectively arranaed > wish to take this
Mrs. Everett Munro and her la the brine and dining opportunity to thank my

MY SINCERE APPRECIATION mother, Mrs. .J. A. McCormehave room High score pose, a cook

returned from .Jackson.Uissivpll book, lust won by )Irw. Henry many friends who voted for in the
where they spent W.i moat. Jr a ftU4'ft. me May .
several! day with Mr. and Mrs Saeck were served during ,
'A. C. Seotu and other relative the aftenooa. 5th


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the crisp, cool carefree

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Church WomenIn .. "' Music ClubBanquet Beck-Reyes
WOMEN'S PAGE i Regular Meet t Set EngagementIs

Miss Louise Quartvrman taught The annual banquet of the Qulnrv -
the monthly BIble study "This Music Club will be held at the Announced
VKnow" from John Monday ,. JcUeraon
Persons having Items ol social nature are urged to call afternoon when the Womenthe of ..Y May W at 7 Saturday 30. Me,. G evenIng F.- Mr and Mrs. W. W. Beck .i'
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAID 7-8503 First Presbyterian Church met Larkin past president of the formerly of Qulnry, are annmino
the and
Inn approach.
In Fellowship Hall Qulncy Music Club, will Install :
of their
Ing marriage daughter.Eloise .
Following the Bible study the officers of the club for 1164110.KlocM .
to Wayne Agular Reyes of
officers ,
Include Mrs
regular business meeting was
Exec. Board OfWoman's conducted by the president Mn Glenn angry, president; MnW St Augustine
'. Parents of the bridegroom .
R II M. Davidson. Mrs. W. II Lester aunt MIMI Sandra future
ClubIn Fort, secretary, read the minutes Skeenes co-first vice presidents; are Mr and Mm. Anthony
and the treasurer, Mrs. J. W Mn H J. Morris, second vicepresident AiiRtar Reyes, St. Augustine,
Woodward made her report ; Mm Muscle Mays, recording Mln fleck win graduated from
Morning Meet World Mission chairman Mn 4 secretary; MIMI| Pearl lake Weir High School In 19(3(
Nicholson, cormponding secretary and attended
: The executive board of the Don May, reported that she had Uvely Technical
Mn. De\an
I ; Masco treasurer Institute
In Tallah.She Is
Womana Club met sent the plastic bottles that had
Mn. W W. .
been ; Massey parliamentarian. presently employed as a stenog.lapher
Thursday at ten a.m. with the requested.A :
Mn 1 11 S. McCalt, with Uw Morids East
president Mrs. James Wttta letter was read from Thorn historian; Mrs James C. Lam. Coast Railway Company.
presiding Mn. Fred Kibilkaopened well Orphanage sent to the chairman brrt't''Ord book; Mrs. I.. 1.Wilhs
the meeting with pray. Mrs. Union Munroe, thank Federation setrclary. Mr Reyes was graduated from "
er. Following the reading of the Ing the women for the nice clothes St Joseph Academy and attended 1
minute. by the secretary, Mrs.G. they had Riven A letter was also Miss Donna Dkkenson, winner the U of F. and St. Johns River }'
of the "Jeanle" contest will hrpl'l'll'nt.
O. Barnett, tM treasurer read from "Jody" who Is al l Miss Dlikcnann .. Junior College He li presently :"
asponnorrd employed with the Florida East ,
Mn. R. H. Strickland gave her Thorn*ell, expressing apprecia the 'j
Qulnry Musk
bon for the outfit andmoney CVwsl Railroad Company
report. spring Club She will wear the costume The wedding 11'11b.\ .' an event ot
that had been sent him
Other officers and department ; that aha wore when she tllPCOII'.t.
May lit at the home of the bride'spamnts
He Is sponsored by the W'OC He
chairman made annual reports and she
will sing several [ on JU Urant StreetAfter ',
at this meeting was especially bathing suit and over bermuda tnew sclcvtlons. Mn, L D MiMillanis marriage the couple will\
The regular club meeting will shorts. d In charge of arrangements. Included reside<< at 114 Aveldo Street SU
be held Friday morning May l In the evenings programwill Auguslino
15lh. At ten thirty a col Ire will Mrs. Davidson mad an Inter be fellowship l and club sins
be held for the pant president estlng report( on Svnodical Training ,' Ing. Going la rhurch la good habit
and board. School which aha attended st f in hllalOl1K with your bad
Ormond Beach.
The business sesxion will\ begin Birthday Party mini
at 11 am. 101.... Albert Mrs. H A. Love and Miss Mary Sirs Carl A.. lip user, Jr. enleitallied .
Hake, historian will give\ the Love of Mexico were vlsiton. / with s dcllithlfut party "'H
highlights of the history of the The president announced that in honor of her daughter Uns'a Wh VOTE TH
Miss Sandra Martin
B R organisation after which Mrs. the Birthday Program of the Gayle birthday at their home. The 26
Women of the Church would beheld
Jpffel'lOlDavia will IntroduceMr. at Fellowship Hall Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Martin, Quincy, announce the sn- group of XV friends enjoyed various LEON
Richard Puckott. directorof rides, ball and firemen
U Moyne Art Foundation, May It at 4 pm.. preceded by, gagement and approaching marriage ol their daughter, 'games a tower' etc. WHITHjtIRSUDEMOCRATIC

Tallahassee, who will give a the 1 *prayer Cantey band at 130.led: ) by Mrs Allen Sandra Gayle to Ronald G. Butler son of Mr. and Mrs. The threw tiered cake which
short talk ; Clyde E. Butler of Greensboro. A summer wedding Is centered the refreshment table NATIONAL
Mra, Henry Faulk chairman of Following the program the, planned. was topped with s doll. Ice cream,
International! Affairs and Mn.J group will go to the home ofMr cake and punch ,"1'1'tI'Vt'd.. COMMITTCCMAN
Fisher Williams will then and Mn Horace Curry forthe "
give an interesting program. birthday' party on the lawn, Linen Shower Favors were color books.' 'hec. .
Tuesday Bridge y
Mm. Williams will display the U the weather permits. Lisa was the recipient of many ....,.....
doll collection that ahs has acquired Guest speaker will be John lovely gifts on this accasenn. Witt!
Club Meets For Miss Mercer
1 from countries of Perry elec'utile director ofBradmton I. 1 A
Miss Barbara Jean Bowen many
the world. As ahe displays Manor lYnbyterlan Miss Sara Stewart entertainedwith Camp Weed SceneOf ::

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bowen. Chattahoocbee announce the them Mrs. Faulk will talk on the one Senior ot Otiiens the projects Home.which This will 1 Is leas Mrs to the Lee Tuesday R Munroe morning was duplicate bar s linen shower Monday night, Church Outing ;

engagement of their daughter. Barbara to Gary Bryan countries. represented.There share the birthday offering this bride club Lovely arrangements at the home of Mn. Norman Shaw I Following churns service Sunday JadNl.l4prle.
son of Mr. and Mrs. W W. Bryan of Bascom Florida. will be an Installationof the. year. of roues and mixed in honor of Misa Vera Mercer the congregation ot St. Paul's ...
whoa Jerk
followed by marriage tit Yelvlng-
' officers Episcopal' Chunh enjoyed\ picnic Ad I
flowers at Interest
The bride-elect will be from Chattahoochee spring were
graduated luncheon at 1 o'clock.\ Peacocks Are HostsAt Prizes Ion will b* an event ot June 5. at Camp Weed.. been
points were handpalntec
I High School on June 2. Her fiance attended Malone High The devotional will be given ash trays. The Minis were decorated with This was well attended and .rvlee
School and graduated from Chipola Junior College, 1963. by Mn. Earl Schofield. Bra Couples Bridge Winner were MI'I. R II Stitch- different arrangements of spring good fellowship fool and swim
' He Is currently employed in Bascom where he works with Elbert I Luten la chairman of the Mr. and Mn. Wayne Pram: land and Mrs Ueorpe W Man lowen.! suing.were nn_'the,agenda
entertained the After several
his father. A Is hostess committee.Quincy Couples BridgeClub first, Mn Interesting gameaand
June guru
, wedding planned. Saturday night. Colorful; roea Iktiry ixmtests of which Mini Mary
Faulk and Mn J Fisher Mil
spring flowen at Interestpoint Stephens, Mn Sandra Ruben and
were .
WomenAt Hams second and Mn. lien Duncan I
*. Preceding the dessert Mrs. foggy Mason wen
game prisewinners
Miss Middleton Hospital Report and Mrs. Henry Vteuibcrg,
I with coffee was served. Miss Mercer was pre-' Thanks Folks
Jr. third.
Admission May S 11 'Junior Day'Those The couple winning high score! milted with gifts' In the form of
:Js Honoree I was Mr and Mrs. Wright Crosby. The hostess served chicken her week laundry, lied hi a
Mrs. Barbara J. Brmson Mad- Junior Day
attending! salad SKndwkhes, oyster and sheet The "wanh was delivered
. Mra. Carl Fryer Jr. and MnLewis ison D. Cons Kenneth Thomas, ,from the Quincy Junior Woman Birth Announcement cream rhesus mold crackers, potato in person by the "..a..h woman"
Gregory entertained with Mn. Lola G. Smith, Charles Mo- Club were Mn. Don Brown Mn hips) and Individual cakes who premiited Miss Mercer with FOR THE VOTE I GOT IN TUESDAY'S
L. Massey, Mn Max CozaMn Mr. and Mn. Gene T. Maxwell I with entire and Ox' Colas.
.. luncheon yesterday at the Jefferson Kinney Mn. Nellie Willis, Wilson -R a a bar of Octatpn snap as a special "
Brady Mcdellan, MnDavid announce the birth of a son Wen- PRIMARY ELECTION I
House In honor of Mao 1 Hlnson. A. W. Davidson, all Burns Mn Alex McMil dell Hoyt Maxwell, on May J, "wedding gin. Ai
Mary Middleton, bride elect. The of Quincy; Mn CarrIe Stephens lan Mn. Billy Von Peacock 19b4. He was born at the Gadsdcn, Mrs. Pat Suber Is Refreshments of sherbet heart ':'1''''
centerpiece was of a bridal motif.I William If. Popped, Audrey This was an event of Wednesday County Hospital and weighed 8 I nhaped cakes lord In pink, null ;
Hostess and minis wereoed..
Place cards were attached to Walsh and Mn. Louise Barineau May 6th In Chattahoochee.The pounds and I ounces. Wednesday
ivoddlng belle which wel'lht' Havana; Mrs. Christine Dunn chub received two awards They have two other/ sons, Brett Miss Stewart was assisted In I WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL TO THE
favors. Midway; Miss Angela Larklns.Tallahassee one on Conservation of Natural who is 6 and Lance, 2U. Mrs Tat Suher entertained entertaining by 1011'1.: Wmw I I
1 The hostesses Rave the honoreeilalnleas ; Mrs Mary Richards Resources and the other on The maternal grandparent i la her Wednesday afternoon PEOPLE OF GADSDEN COUNTY FOR THE
a steel knife as a me- Telogla; Mn Ada Nipper, liar Youth Conservation. Chairmen of Mrs. Willie Nix and the paternal, bridge club at her hmn Mixed Birthday Party I! '
rnento of this occasion. ford and Mrs. Ann Presnell, these departments are Mn grandparents are Mr. and Mrs spring flowers were at intern1 Mrs R, II Sirkklitnd entertained WARM FRIENDSHIP THEY SHOWED ME "
. Among the 12 guests were mothers -Chattahoot'heeB1RT11S. Charles Dean and Mn Pat Ld K. M. Maxwell of Bartow. points.Rffrenhment. with a party In l tamer of
of the couple, Mra W. E. Mid- : Mr. and Mn. Rodney wards. Departments of all clubs were served preceding her son Cliffs sixth birthday DURING THE WEEKS OF THE CAMPAIGN.
rileton I _and Mn. Morris Suber. Richards girl May 0 in District II 2 reported Birth AnnouncementMr. the game Mimdsy. Varian games wen enjoyed

and Bra Robert L. Brown I Mn. ThllHp lllllyer was high and prizes awarded. THANKS AGAIN!
announce the birth of a son born I score winner The rake was diforattd with
Sunday May 3. They have two I cow boys and a carosel. I
FIRST IN THEIR CLASS other children Susan Leslie, 3years \L''I JERRY FRANK Ice cream punch and rake '\
old. old and Betsey, bit yean TEACHER OP PIANO were served. WAYNE R. HANNA f

.... vs-ask .. a....4551.a. .... I The twenty little friends weregiven
... .1 r s i ..* win ... hats and horns for favors.
.....1.. !. ..... ..|. I
...., ,.. ... _/.. ,..... Careful driving pays dividends, Paid Pol I
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e : Nee H K Ua.Ne
D le 0 jJerJOlla tslr. I...Mr '.1..... ears II not to the other fellow, but to

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) and Mrs. Fred Kibilka
were guests of her son and
daughter In law Mr. and Mrs.
Kd Wynn and family In Tallaha .

Mrs.Ms Sunday Catherine Wimberlcy .f MOVE AHEAD WITH MODERN HOMES !

FROM FLETCHER-CANTEY Bainbridge spent the weekend
with! her son In law and daughter
Mr. and )I.... FeniMll May.Mrs. .
Juan Gregory and Mn.

YES, THE BEST, MOST WANTED, AND MOST- thooe Fount May attending, Jr., wers the Golden among

wedding celebration! of Mr. and
APPRECIATED GIFTS COME FROM FLETCH- Mrs Walter WilMams in Talla. TheM saeaHtfcs hat ant base" and art not Mug offsml/ to the pulllo.
haw Sunday, This sdnrtlsmw .appMrs a matttr of record eat,.
Mrs. Jason Gregory spent
ER-CANTEY MEN'S WEAR. OUR EXTENSIVE yesterday MoultrU with her
brother and later In Uw, Mr.
and Mn. Tom Willis..
SELECTION OF GRADUATE APPROVED M... Henry Faulk pent the $14,450,000
weekend In Albany with "hr son
in law and daughter, Mr. and

: FASHIONS AND GIFTS ARE STRICTLY TOP. family.Mrs. L. C. lemming, and Modern Homes Finance Company

Mrs. J. T. VVIIUford of F"p1'OOt *-
OF-THE-CLASS! vWUd her sister M... J. ftcWUkry....*t'c-,.."
L. Bd nhaugh. Her mother,
Mrs. W. K. J'khetreturned 1
tams with her
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Leaser, $10,600,000
!II'. are visiting In Fort Still
Oklahoma with their son la law Collateral Trust Debentures, Series C, due March 1 1,197
and daughter. Major and Mrs.
D. G. Freeman and family. ,--OPfllOred
Mr. and M.... M. B. Ba..... had LeUeaccd lit Mew Vorl $3,8 SO,000
ss weekend r>.* their sos Cttyftewtpapers
: CORRECT FUTURE Mortimer of Jacksonville Ifw raMowof edlito/ Subordinated Notes, 1954 Series due March I 1,1979
Mrs. Ahrah Bryant spent the ,/ As Walt S"..*Journal, fWAmttkan

PLANS OF ALL-THE MALE GRADUATES OF her weekend tan and In daughter Ja<'KsonvUle la law with Mr l 0"l'r,T>ve flnentlolCVwike

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In late spring summer, winter planting: place the corns Yes )Pourrefrigenlor
and early spring The late spring and plant immediately
application Is due now. Water I upon taking them out of re
THE plants, spread the plant nutrients trigeralionGlads ,
TAYLOR I and then water the plant food materials will grow without re
MANNING i FARM In.Azaleas. frigeration, but it not given cool
and camellias need storage treatment they produce
FRONTBY special add type fertilizer, so, Irregular growth and errata
be sure to feed them the right, bloorh&
g\ f formula or they may become It will soon be dig-and-store-ins
? DOYLE CONNER fertilizer sick.Annuals time. Irises do not need to bt
CHEVROLET CO' OMMISSIONERFLORIDA and perennials need place in cold storage but he
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREOne three applications of on* to one large, clumped bulbs should be
and one half pounds ot 6-6-8 fertilizer broken Into individual parts and
per year tor each 100 old and new bulblets stored la
would think mat a pro.gresttv square feet of planting\ Make cool place in readiness for taU
retailer would be pretty Is being created from Eastern: one application at planting time planting.
certain the* days what the profl t States Farmers' Exchange and and two during the growing sea

IS DOING ITAGAIN returns are en the merchandiseIn Cooperative Grange League Fed son.sources+ Nitrates ot nitrogen ot soda ar or needed other When the barracuda Is about

hli stone eration. The merged setup will in spring and in summer at the to attack, It usually assumes a
In the food Induitry tt appears, be known at AGWAY rata of on* halt to aria pound head-down position la the water
some traditional opinion are to- per 100 squar* feet ot plantings. 'At such time, tilt dark spots on
trig upset u ww mettxidi of an- Irrigation la helping western Another do-it.yourself activityIs its sides become ton prominent
.1)01\I... used to dig deeper bit. farmers boost corn production taking car ot gladioli that are according to Marineland ot liar)
the profit situation. above :200 bushels to the ace.One .
through blooming at this time.
Take meat departments in food I grower in Mesa County, Actually, when the tips 'begin to Ida.ATHLETE'S
store*. for Instance A study Colorado reports his 4-year aver- yellow arid die back, tt I s ton to FOOT GUll

Hintly at Foolthe Nation I age plots per has acre been yield 313H{on bushels.5-acr test He dig the bulbs and prepare them IK I BOW maTa TO M ..KILL. .....IT... wit'
Association and I for ...
storage. New cams grow on are 1'-+" II. .
the American Meat Institute has I says it takes 30 000 plants to the top ot old ones so break oft and *..k ., ..w *... MOT*rwir. Witrbj 4a.
acre to get :300 bushels. Hes tmttt4 sate ...... att.
turned tome surprising films throw w.tey
the old
up cams and
away .. .
shooting for .1.kr skis .Ia. It.
23,000 H
plants In tiltI mere
Of 46 stores in tour chains
store tilt new ones. hell ..* kvnlacl TM ..u....
studied during a recent two-mont I ne1':1. Prior to storing the new tie ..wkbt 'l'-+L FOOT FOV
sampling period U tat mane; moved there from corns dry them first man DEB t_ Nee f.r HWMtr tot,
bIIdlbtlf.. Iowa 11 years ago the Coloradorower's open ft .*..! Man Mtv. ta tk*
[ corn crop was dry and shady place for about aweek. sate .,.. HOW'
In the same group accortln avengingy Eight weeks baton MAT DRUG
im f. P. CO.
:SO bushels acre.
to Supermarket News, 23 $ ; per
0 carried poultry at a loss; 18 showed Another grower located In
a deficit for lamb; 6 lost money Grant County, Washington reports
handling fish; three lost on he. has made as much u 217 KEEP COOL
DRIVEN pork and two on veal bushelsIt

Most chains, It was pointed out GARDENINGIN
J udg their l meat departments on '
total gross margin r1nIWICfI. FLORIDA / / /
On that basis the profit picture
may be favorable. But the reran t
study analysed departments for'direct By Henry Sharpe, Editor
product profit' return and JVOIVMwith
FlorIda Agrlnlfaral Extennk
thug cam up with a more relic Vrvhw
ble picture of which Items are

making money. Controlling weeds with chemicals
Although beet accounted for is easier than dancing the
an average 48V4 per cent of mea twist becauM it takes only one
department sales It reduced department turn. This is the turn ot a spray
CARS CARS CARS profit by nearly 30 per nozzle.

cent Beat direct profit makerswere Chemical weed control adds a WestinghouseMCB
: pork and delicatessen. Porkcontributed touch ot professionalism to tile
353 per cent and task one performed by the boa.
delicatessen T4 par cent Of total It requires less work and little/
profit or no sweat
Besides the 48 chain stores, the
But don't become overconfi t
NEWCHEVROLETS study Included 7 large and small
dent In the
meat packers and two packer using chemicals This
could spell doom to beautiful 4
distribution cen!!'... Purpose was
to discover whether ornamentals as well as the un-
packers areIMna desirable plants
adequate attention to dlsrlbution -'
CHEVELE CHEVY II and retailing Tbeyve Growth regulators such as 2,
increased efficiency of their own 4-D; 2, 5-T. and MVP, even in
I operations, but need to work moreclosely very small amounts may Injure
with retailers, the report susceptible plants. These mater-
E CORVAIRS BUICKS ELECTRAS Indicates, and provide more In- tall are weed killers But member -
store merchandising: and promo they cannot distinguish be-
Lon aids! tween weed and non-weeds.

WILDCATS LA SABRE SPECIALS Do not apply 2.4-D within several
Sales promotions offering fabulous feet of sensitive plant -,
"sweepstakes" prizes are to such as most garden plants,
be found on every band these lowers and ornamentals. ( wee CuttomafctJ
SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION! days. Expense-paid vacation trips,, lower and shrubs with bverl 1
thousands ot dollars before
cash, jewelry plastic spraying Use ex-
furs automobiles, boats, trem'Clretopreventth.cbemleal -I
new homes almost! every conceivabl from reaching ornamentals
type ot expensive merchandise through drifting, leaching into the START AT
are offered to lure soil or by running on the surface
TO A NEW FULL SIZEDCHEVROLET contest entrants and, ot course, to during a heavy shower ot rain.I
increase sales. Apply weed killer on a '
The trend to bigger and better day because windblown =
prize offerings la an Indicator 01 call can Injure plants all over 1' $139.95KEEP
the rising! pressures of OII11pet1b1ll the neighborhood.
CHOOSEFROM ASUTTIE AS our economy. An extravagant I Even on calm! days use low,
prize contest or a premium pressure 20 to 40 pounds per 1 COOL
otter as a sales "II 1l11kk" usually square Inchand nozzles with.
Is the brain dull ot some !large openings that put out ALL SUMMER WITH
$2498 I :advertising agency or promotion course sprays rather than fine

counsellor. .......f. mists -.. WESTINGHOUSESURER
Ifetaisit, "
One ot the latest and out.o she- any chemical,
ordinary contests I've noted is weed killer insecticide or fungi-
that of a national brand food man ride be sure to read and follow
ufacturer. The big prize, a por the Instructions on the chemical
trait to be painu-d by Norman container
MORETRADE Rockwell The well-known artist Feeding Tree
it II stated, will visit the sweep Fertilizing trees Is aimed at,
stakes winners home and paint putting nutrients where they will!
la oils a portrait ot the entire do the most good For trees with] ANDJOHNSON
family group dramas less than six inchc In'I'
diameter, punch !holes under the
I Sam farm cooperatives entire canopy 12 inches deep
arc I
INTHAN finding it necessary to merge with 18-Inch intervals and apply three1
others in order to Increase their pounds of a garden fertilizer In
bargaining strength.iarm the boles. Two applications per,
Journal notes that one in year are recommended. One now
three cooperative now does an and another in the fall. "Your Town & Country Shopping Center"
annual business ot ors million For trees larger than six Inchosl
dollars. Fourteen in Kansas have In trunk diameter apply five' 2121 W. Jefferson St.
combined into 7 stronger pounds per tree.
EVER BEFORE and 4 mor have such a move un For azaleas, camellias, crotons, 627-7631
der consideration. hibiscus, gardenias, shrubs, hedg-,
e* and other
The publication reports that on ornamental QUINCY. FLORIDAI
July 1 the Northwest will have anew make tour applications per year.l,
Apply one to one and one
co-op organization
doing 300)
million dollars ot business pounds ot fertiliser to 100 square
a year I
feet of
-- planting
per application



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I Too Late I I Imprest on her the Importance
"f keeping eA-erlasUngly at tt.


I had By rnUrrly RiKwII tonrolten Kay lha,Named to AFMA
incident, 'but wa reminded In a*|
letter I received from a young Director BoardWilliam
THE I lady who came to me 13 yeah
FINEST FDDD ago teeklng utvtce mi how toi K Woodward. pntV
,become I writer Iml of T!IIIh_ board Flint
I uppoM I ihould have tiikl River Mill, inc. wu one of ten
1 her to take I (court /In Journal- national feed< Indiwlry Inadenelorted
't tam at one of our unlvcmllim, but May 11 to the bnurd otj
dn't It termi I told her to j dim-ton of the American heedMnnulncturcn
1itrQ borrow or deal I typewriter, Amoclatkai\ at
1 herself a quirt holo In the 'OIIragn
WALL KING COLE SUPER and then write on a lulijrct Mr Vinndttard'i elecUon WMnnnouneed
PAARKETcom wu familiar with and keep \ to a delegation of over
and writing until ibe 15(10! feed manufacturer attend
talk on paper ai fUlly and 'inK the :56lh Annual A)*MA Con
fortably ai In verbal comer1'Milan. 'ventlim now being held hi Qtlcr o.
Uveilock and pinltry hued<
manufacturing 'la the Yet ret munufacturlng -
BEEF SALE! The lady'name wai Ann Lord Industry m the world "
and ihe located m Venire, nor- that] exiluilvely
ae/vea agrtout
Ida where one
rented ,
I II a typeWriter lure. The America teed Mann.
I and began nlllnahl I | .
II HI!lurera Association ui the national
,happening! In her community trade amoclatlon
I't'pl'Nl'ni.ilia *
She tent her itnrlei to the ftnipa
ROUND I Trlbul1ISume were laid 1. oUteraweren't dustryPreiildeiit the, teed lII'mlll.clurine In
Then one the Tribune
I[ Hate editor called her, with.; dace 13U! Mr.ol Wouduard flint River Mills IIIN
I la special assignment lie ai.kedher
a ilirettui of Hi
lallahawe" Bank
how long site had bt't'nHit.- and Trout Company and foniver
ling tat the paper llo could notfind director uIhe rallahuai
STEAK i her name on the payroll and Qiambrr of Cummerce
Imnilred ai to how much die lie and WI family crude onen
was being paid. A>. lark. Drive In Tallahuiw
From then on she trrt'IVlvicheck a andh'U known in gunny/
.. for every Item site submitted where lliey have many rel.itivu.
--tI and wan listed as a stem' nnd "
her of Ute Huff After 10 yean trirlxq-' -
: with The Tribune she ItltokI
." leave of absence to handle public GREENSBORO
"' '; i relations fur Ute local Women's
lb.79c \ k\ 5 QUANTITY Republican Club and became enthusiastic JFA NEWS
\ In Uw program to make
.. RIGHTS I Florida; a two-party slate. Sin- Tr., GreemiUiro I,F.A. altenj.ed .
,.. .t RESERVEDSIRLION was then Klucted as public relations Oa" annual ituh-Dlitrlct Gun
director fur the stale organisation trot In CM ftlNVUlp, April IT.
and has just been Th* fiillowlng I boyt {wttlclprttwlt7'tHChN'
appointed natural news chairman Ihivul Ii. ItmnM Huihpa l ,
ot the 12th annual Rcnuhll-- .Oil! place, Public Spi-aklng, Fkiydulnr
can Women1 Gnfcrence to beheld < l lit place, t'arltanteniary
-BONE lb. 8ge In Washington I). c. this t'roceiture; Team Ibmnle;:: Macon: ,
lb. 7ge I mo nth. Vann lli-yant. Lamar Clark, Sane
The Florida. Federation nf Uo- ily VanUnitiniiham, John OaiK.
publican Women has long Vievn :David I Mrandi, 2nd place; Quay.ub .
RUMP !active In Drumming a two-t* Clinton llul.U, Lunwr
system In Florida:, and their tans r.1 a rk. wry Put RwueU Raweta
' bar and Influence la lUuitiiy( and! acvompanlit" Kunald
: I
CHUK STEAK lb. 6ge growing.!t 'I'I It', lit place.
ROAST lb. 6ge Keynote speaker at II he Wash The ln.lrlcl Crmte.t wan 'MA
, ington powwow will be M'nntor In Vulmy May 1. The quartet
Margaret Oinae Smith of Maine, and t-uhllc Sieaker| placed 11'It.
the tint woman to seek he nom I. Hie M'.F.A4 Uanquet will be
BONELESS CLUB !nation fur lYeslilent, "held May 1
IVraonally I don't Mnk| Mrs. 1<011lWrn'
Smith has much chance o| getting ReporterSEPTIC
DM numlnallim but I am gliid to
STEAK lb. 9Be lb. 5geHlaiURGER give her an ");" foe efAx t. Urn!
women wh>M more |nlueih 1 mpolltlci
than they Sara wmicUmcigiven
i credit for and| the day may
come when we will we many more
women holding oYflce In bolli par TANKS
lion and on both the Hale and MUonai -
level an/) liNt nation will
CHUCK be a lot butter off when Un-y
ml'l: 1 rilt as It li practhwd
today t diaiastehil t to tlie Uilelllgent -
wo.uan and Ihe pulitiial
i rte rxla Uxmiuuh( IIOUM- FOR SALE
& If women are to wrkispartlclwte 11
3 I Hut 1 brlluve U utN -
Ibs., ROAST01e! WlU I come when the average

& MM tjecomea men are ao led!running up with ililngi U.
I 1 will vote fur women In svlf IC
del'tiae.klorlda. .

.!and given women leadrrshlp have' been to aoUv the- e! \
3ge II IIm rN

$1.00 b. ''lid and OInt"none"l alII.Florida.Hepulillran, Wan.n'tealblc was well Ununllti repreexnt-r*n ,

i| Ann Lurd'i typewriter will/ be 627-6851
kept busy Scoot Mar on ami 1
!know lilt will do a food > AND BRISKETSTEW :the canon ihe "ervra. I don'tlake EARL LODGE
I any credit for Ann'l uo
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i Shank Director for District II; Mrs. Brady_McClellan, secretary; and Mrs. Charles Dean, his

torian. Back row, left to right: Mrs. Alex McMillan, treasurer; Mr.. Don Brown, president .
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THIRTEEN DAYS IN MAY land and the'Philippines.
The Many ot these countries will
I Thirteen days la May Is net a have.entries the women's event
sequel to a belt selling novel But
SQUAREs as well as in open competition.
It does have slfnuloance for (5
The United States
will be
EXTRA STAMPS, saber million Bridge will butts around the vented by both .an open team
world who be following the and a women's team.
sue.SO Eitnegftf Green Stamp proceedings ot the Second World On the United States team
FOLDING I TABLE I are Donald Krauts,
THE ITEMS BELOW NO WITH THIS t COUPON AND PURCHASE Of Olympl. fad programmer! from Los a computer Angeles!

COUPONS NECESSARY R ..... LOtIN TIO"CA' OIIAN.a Oa will which take Robert Hamman, a UCLA math
I 50 Extra Stamps Fruit Punch Bars The and Sight Stctiey of the Edwards'Week -house Willie place X'11.' m.nufacturer major; Samuel from Stayman New,' a York Wool

t WItII Y..r hN....of TNau MAr tsrN attaining furniture and all being York 11 la City's New: City;;Robert Jordan, a sales man.
1 Swift' Brown I Serve AT ANY WINN.DIXII moved from QuIncy out to Am. "tus M ager In Philadelphia; and Arthur
e I Sausage ...53' 11 d. Sawdust: last Thursday. Just Hotel Robinson and Victor Mitchell,
M* don't see how it is possible. AndI At stake both Bridge teachers. Their ever
? ; N'rrM '' Tomow Whole Hog : Imagine the old police station will be an age U M making this one
F '.I' + V a'It = Sausage u. 69 vlll be gone when the paper goes teulon ot poor the Haroli S. Vanderbilt of the youngest teams evr '0nprnt
'' Go. Brand 8rlckSausage x o press. Going back to Sawdust, Olympiad Trophy indicative the United States In
r Main Street out there is building international Brldg competitions
'' 'i''' '''''' ot World Bridge supremacy. The
i i.59 50 Extra l"Green Stamps Ip fast. Jean and Marcus Edwards trophy Is currently held by !'b.U.8.women's team includes
q, "'' ''";rr." ?'"b;, S 125 Extra Stamps WITH THIS CAl1PON AND PURCW SE OP are building a scrumptious- France which won the title at the housewives, bridle teachers, and
house and Sandy and Hu- Mrs. Janice Stone, former
1 ooking lint World Bridge Olympiad held a ac-
'.1'Ftiiti [J With Yew '.re.... *f "V e.oa. CAN' IOOtrN. MINUTI MAID tort Suber are planning to start at Turin Italy In 1MO. tress who gave up leading role
: : : / Cook Quick Beaded VIOl Orange Delight building: any day now. Well prob- Top Bridge playirs from thirty in radio and television to eon
il. Cutlets i., 79' ably be adding I more street wjhtsloon. different countries are .ntered In central on Bridge tight years
Oicor Mayer/.rf -*' 6000 T.." MAr reTN Think we have four now. this "World Series ot rlell" ago.Ticket
%+' AT ANY WINN.DIXII Was watching peaches beingirocessed The Western hemliphere will be holders interested 'Inklbltilng
't Wieners .... 69 r: d State Farmers Argentina will be permitted to
the from
wIN u woRrN 1 .( at represented by teams
! iii iirt.r.::4xvT:ii:xr::ra::......,.., OP RtalTER TAIL{ { Superbrand Cottage "" Market other day and I asked Brail, Canada, Chile, watch at tabltslde and in !rand-
Cheese 2UM 55't Grady Roberts if he was called Mexico, Pent and The United stands which will be constructed
:r $6.95 Value he manager. He said yes States and Vsneiuela. European around some table. Or they can
__ Reg.
.. but I've been called a lot of teams Include Great Britain, Ireland watch the play of key matcheson
-f ther, t/ nitI." ,' Belgium, Finland, France, the"Bridgt-O-Rama," an electronlo _
50 Extra;D Green Stamps
board which follow the
Heard a strange! tale about a Germany; Italy the Netherlands
I WITH THIS OOUPOH AND PURCHASE Of \ certain local radio station Sweden, Switzerland, and Spain. play of each card.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 16TH ... 1 t: seems there was a colslon Teams are also coming from both The World Bridge Olympiad !.
......,.,. ..... I'v..o.oa. PH mow between a car and a cow the United Arab Republic, Israel expected to draw hundreds of
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Astor Green Peas ast week. The announcer !gave and Lebanon In the middle outAnd visitors who will be in New York
will have entries for the World's Fair which
the far lilt will
SAVE JVif EACH STANDARD Limit 3 with $'. order or mort. Deer THRU MAT ISTM be and amount then added of damage"the to cow the was car from the Republic of China,That- be open at that time.SEPTIC .
d imaged to the extent of $1,500."
Get 'Em Wholesale The
Tomatoes 303 CAN 91. Host: watched with amusement as Nixes ea For.lga Policy
he young son of the house busied I TANK
d c Imselt by driving nails Into the Richard M. Nixon develop.
urnlture. Recovering a bit from tog a hard line position on foreign SERVICEVACUUM
SAVE" IACH I LIGHT MEAT CHUNK TUNA SO Extra G' C Green Stamps he shock, be turned to his host policy that some politicians
tOIROtt AND PURCHASE OF ind asked "Joe, Isn't that an ex- I
think Is planned to attract
xmalve pastime your son hasT
4 $1. t r.. Pa... PaotaN 7A.Ta O 'ut low can you afford it?" conservative support for the
t StarKistIUPIRBRAND Ncan{ Floundbr Fillets "Oh, Its not bad," answered Republican Presidential nomln-I :
the father. "We get the nails ation. At this time be .
.... TM' MAY IeTM ,wholesale."
AT ANY WINN.DIXII After we got our lumps of sugar aotvely campaigning but keeps
GRADE "A" FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE [, d... I; Sunday at Greensboro, we himself available I II

Med. Eggs 3 DOL 1. =h( !drove when trailed.on down a boat According the this ramp Apalachlcola new is to road being old-timers River to con-a supply Hiding II an no- alcoholic's it solution only antagonize for liquor hi.a1cobou.m .-I CLEANED

50Ellrla'1Ccrcelsbmps the place Is near the Old Aspalaga him, because it le an attempt REPAIRED
Banding about 7 miles south of to take away hie one
WITH THIS cOUPON AND PURCHASe 01 I Chattahoochee. "solution" to problem. The alco-
It is really beau-
SAVE HELLMANNI'SMayonnaise! belie Is In need I I
PN.APLEY :tiful there. Afterwards, we meandered of outride help, 627-8403
Candy ;' in a roundabout way to according to the Florida Alcoholic
Orange Slices Torreya State Park and then Rehabilitation Program.
QT. 49 TNw MAY LTN through the Sweetwater Community I Night 627-6868
AT ANY WINK-DIXII to the Bristol Road. It was Because our culture condemns
SS d quite a jaunt. &1coboll.m in women more t.Iw1l QUINCYVAULT
Bythewayhave you heard the in men, there are probably,
mockingbirds singing at night more hidden alcoholic among CO.
And have you noticed how many women The ratio between men
d ( magnolia blossoms there are on and women alcoholic has narrowed VAULTS MONUMENTS
;z the trees this yearT drastically In recent
t50 Extri&M Green Stamps i Ilttlch said in his "Bits and years, according to the Florida MAINLINE DRIVE
W1TH.THIS COUPON AND PURCHASC 0* [ FMcces"! that election day was one Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program QUINCY
Florida SweetCORN _! of those days nothing went I .
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right I sure agree with him. ----
I td | Big 60 Family Cronies While on the subject of politics
one of the losers was In the of.
boor TMOW' MAT tent tics the other day and said he ABC
I Hlo CRIS ORANat AT ANY WINN-DIXIE was starting his new Campaignright '
St now. He even asked me
Juice 5 t: 99 for my vote. Bylheway For
Sale Cheap :.. SOD slightly used CHAIN
RW. 49* .THUIrTY MAID A'Ji voting cards. FENCE

Ice Milk 2 "8* 79' 50 Extra awGreeaStlmg: =-' Bye-bye Well !thus will be short again.

10 1 49 J WITH THIS
.p Family! tA..e Tuui ,
\ I Cream Pies 2 sire 79 CresOweEr.wA t Tooth Paste of Drfrnse McNa- t
mara has announced plans to
ti .oeaTN.u MAY II.rS clone or cut down more than
AT ANY WINNDIXitI twenty base, reorganizing other -
? di and boost economies above
t550.000.000: a year. McNamarahas
pushed for three years to
weed out unneeded bases and depots -
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President Johnson Is reportedconsidering
expanding his pro-
pored foreign policy briefings ol
Presidential\ anplrants to Include
nominee for the House and the
Senate. Johnson has offered to
brief them on what course the
United States Is following and
what action it II taking on vas
I tous world problftna.I .

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It when I heard metal crunching' Wynn and Jim Schruder It of the QuIncy Woman's Cub and St. Louis, Mo. after dub Convention In Miami rights wa not helped by viol
the rear." /took the canvssslng board quit a member ol the Pilot Cub. due to the lllnees and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ma core or taking the law Into their
Biis And a while to tabulate all those writeAdrian Funeral services were conducted p. .tonauII Me aunt Mrs. A. N. ) bands.
My candidate, Scott Kelly, ran ins. still had a slight majority at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon Lester, Pat Munroe Woodward of
a real good race In the recent when It was all overt May 7 in the Shelter Memorial spent tht weekend here
Pieces election and it was "heart breaking Chapel with the Rev. E. L. McKlnno.v Knoxville Mrs. a. W. Lamar accompanied borne by Alcohol 1 Ie classified a* **
to get so close to victory and Nash PhIlpot officiating. Interment Tenn.. Dr. and Mr*. It W. Minor Sunday In TalUhtaw and son Pat who bad anesthetic, related chemicallyto \
BY HUTCH then 1<*'. That fellow, Robert followed in Hillcrest Came and children, Valdosta, Mr. and and Mrs Walter : their parents, Mr.: ether and eModoform. Whet
King High sure pulled l a sneaker.I tery with the J. B. Adams Fun Mrs. Paul Langiton and family, attended their BOth R. D. Woodward Jr. taken in large enough quanti
4We figured he'd be low man. Wt eral Home in charge of arrange Havana, Dr. and Mrs Lyman anniversary celebration.Mrs. and Mn. Fred L. May. ties, it will put a person W

had little five-ve11cl pile, must have had our heads stuck ments. Porter, Jr. and family, Btountt-. and Mr*. Fred sleep. __
in the sand, because I've been Survivors include her husband, town, Mr. and Mrs. David Powell and Mrs. Calvin Curry:
tp on West Jefferson a few dayiUto. I all over the state In recent months A. N. (Gus) Lester of Qulncy; and ion, Tallahassee, Mn. Al Alex, lth... Pat Woodw mud parrot&h, like those TO COWEBT rLANTS
All three trucks and twIa1'I ,I. and hardly heard his name metioned. n on* sister, Mrs. W r. Lester Sr., Hall, Atlanta Mill Sue Ann Owens ,eon Pat Muaroe Miami Se quarlum receives, is not
were going In the mm dI and Huntingdon College, Mont. C. H. Curry and Mrs. Instead, it Nuclear explosives plant shutdown
I means that we Quincy; several nieces and
lection when one of the can rae:: student and Mn from muddy bay boa by President Johnson's cut
: will lust to work a little nephews. comedy, Ala. Embrsy hare returned
Hopped for a red light A lust harder and keep our noggins Bobby Owner, Knoxville, were weeks Yacatlon at it live*. back In plutonium production maybe
Irock, towing a smaller one,: above ground. BetUr luck next guests' of Mn. L. G. McKlnnon Crest. converted into civilian electric
rammed I pickup Just In front It Scottie I esess 'and her son in law and daughter octopus may swiftly change power plants. The Atomic Energy
In him hit the Ford Just ahead i time I Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Owens Mrs. S. A Love and texture of Its akin Commission ,has invited utility
Mary: Love of Mexico firms to make studies, at their
Minor damage Octopus are
and on. resulted
10 celebated with Mothers'Day
Since I brought the subject and a
to all involved and no ler-. of politics, it reminds up me of the Girl Scout dinner Sunday. the R. K. Shaw in to turn white, red, brown own expense, of the economic and
the first of this .
(ken Injurtm. In talking to a passenger Tuesday election. That was one pert h., but never black, ac engineering\ problems Involved.
In one of the automobilei of the most hectic day of life.I NewsGirl Miss Clennda Klngry, student at Mrs. E. H. Jernlgan to Marineland of Florida.
he had thli to lay: "We were on worked from Tuesday morning my I Wesleyan College, Macon Ga. turned from a visit in The best way to accumulate
In Dothan the weekend with her with relative money is not to spend all you
; our way back home at six o'clock until three o'clock pent par than twelve and a half
105 met at the Mrs. J. J. Love and
when we came up behind this Scout Troop trucks are registered In have.
Wednesday morning. It was one entsMn.
Episcopal Church Monday May L L. Willis D. Warner visited r
truck pulling another one out east spent several States, according to
of those day nothing "'enlright.
of Quincy. I told my companionthat 11. W* discussed the Court ol days In Tallahassee with her Gainesville\ with her eon Trucking Associa
No contested candidate hadIt
the driver of the truck drove rougher than I did. Just Awards next Monday, the 18th son and daughter in law Judge ,and daughter, Dr. In addition, more than a Insurance Center
for any Four girls were chosen for flag and Mn Ben Willis and Frank P. May and .
M though he was rehearsing family are owned by the
the 26th will
in accident We felt much better hope off May for primary ceremony and four were chosen :J ee'ot last week. Sunday the and her Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. government 1121 West_ Jefferson
smoothly change.
go a to help on a The remaining
when we got around lately and put play. lister Mrs. G. P. Wood were Tavares spent the
eleven will do the laws, of the Willis at Waukula with her mother, Mrs.
Rot a pickup between ui and the guests REJECTS OFFER
two vehicles. But when we tearing Suppose I'll in the get another First Annual good slogan and motto. Comma Gay, the champion I Springs Hotel. Imith and visited her Barry Goldwater has PAT THOMAS
up Diane Brown, golfer of the Sawano Mrs. Freeman Hart has retu POW and sister Mr. '
Hopped behind that other car at Invitational Golf Tournament at I Cub, will, President Johnson' offer
the red light I_knew we had_ _had the Sawano Cub this Sunday. I Troop Scribe defend her title this week in a to Macon after being here for t..e Joseph Suber, }r. briefing on for INSURANCE. INC-
match with Jean Taylor.In funeral of her aunt, Mn. A. N. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Goldwater laid
never hive played in one of those Troop 206 opened the it
the recent Thomasvllle one- Lester. visit their son in Uw and Y'"C I
Positive Protection 27 hoi one day affairs but expect by role call and collecting ollues. lay golf tournament at the Glen Mr. and Mn. Carl Ilalre had ter Mr. and Mrs. W. to avert a campaign
it whirl. One drag-out" for
to give a thing on
I Arven Club Helen Taylor won as recent guests, Mrs. G L. Durr, ark1 children 1 in -P n'. Two I
lor I know how take other
sure, to a W* talked some about the outng Repub
her flight and Lucille Shelter was Mn. Z. T. Mathews and Mrs. during the weekend.Dr. .
Against TERMITES! beating In tournament play. I last laid they would accept the
Saturday. Then the
troop runner up In hcr's. Soon they Gladys Hart of Dawson, Ga. and Mrs. H. It '
of those offer.
haven't woo one things talked about the outing we will will have wall to wall silver bowls Mrs. C D. Rose of Jacksonville attended the annual
since back in the late thlrles
or have soon. After that Jane The Lakeland Cub has invited spent the weekend with her the Florida Medical I
early forties. Hope I don't run ner, Julia Brown, Lynne Gard'i the Sawano Mod.ntio.
Cub to a tournament brother and sister In law, Mr. \ion In Hollywood
Into the judge again, though. I'm One Means
son, and Ethel Griffin in October. W* ant delighted and and Mrs. Eugene McCall and Johnson Stop
J tired of getting beat by him. "flay. Then we went to Ward's surely cannot lay we wish we aunt, Mrs. Emma Sage. cently.Suzanne Fletcher, and disorder, deploring in thel I Complete Service
played a game of baseball 1 had known sooner. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davis and
Willie Darden, our office boy, the 5th grade against the ------ of Stetson University, struggle, '* all'
daughter St Petersburg
wont and assistant circulation were her brother Hentt should exercise DIAL 627-7151
handyman 4th grade. The 5th grade won. recent guests of his parents, Mr.
dent at LaGrange
manager, caught a ride home Then wi went back and closed the INSECTICIDESSOIL and Mrs. P. C Davis. try to mode..1
the weekend with their
with Don Canman. fellow .
at noon Tuesday meeting QUINCY
:t.1bB= Sherry Chandler and Sue Anne Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
While going out' JctfcrsonStreet FUMIGANTS Owens, students at Huntingdon Greensboro. Richard I t the_ cause__ .
Don noticed a ) owjack- reporterTroop
College, Montgomery, Ala., spent Homestead also
ricttuii-riurto umm his lie I was
et on the front of rt.
hboa I.t I end 148 met Monday at the WEED KILLERS the weekend with their parents guest of Mr. and Mrs. '
doul'rr.: : Instructed Willis to take a newspaper I AVAILABLE at
found that ,.?,.?.. First Presbyterian Church. W* Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Owens and Mn. Mary Bass
,.. off the seat and knock the
",11. rlddwir Von n.....I Mr. and Mn. J. R. Chandler.
: weekend In Winter Park
worry* M about you hew HUM your dotlructlvo orchlioot: tnotot or- bee away Willl obliged, h* just opened the. meeting with the FlagCeremony. Don Nicholson student at Abraham tended Homecoming for BAIT & TACKLE-

bulldor pooHy I Wolmonliod "r... gently pressed the newspaper W* discussed the coming Court SOUTHERNCHEMICAL Baldwin College, spent the Patron of Eastern Star.
,. down the insect and know
lurttruttd on '
Iamb. Wolrntnlrxl you
j weekend with his mother
lumbor .lv.a potltlvo pnrioction what happened. He just helped of Awards. Then we divided into : Mn Rev. and Mn. Bronson MOTOR REPAIRS & PARTS
...'nll Iwmlto end rot .H.cK. Yet patrols and collected any dues. Lou Nicholson and brother Hugh Jr. are In Atlanta mil
.... .. that little yellowjacket his
hit 'If./ .u.rd odd I... get Nicholson. tending Metropolitan 'I
than a% to the COM of a now/homo. stinger through Don' shirt Into W* closed the meeting with
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitch and
Mr. and Mn. John
b Done.
Writ M toll faded for the flesh of his stomach. ,Day I MOTORS & BOATS
Jean Munroe, Mn T. J. Farr sailed from Miami Bradcnlon will be her I
coca aooKUT Willie got one vote In the recent Sales & ServiceInc.
election for Adrian Anderson' Troop Scribe Nassau.Mr.Monday. for a five day trip to He Is Executive o
Be. tail local lumber Bradenton Manor
your job as constable. Buster
and Mn. Bill Oliver and Senior CtIzena Home.
dealer or Post k Lumber hells and George Hamilton tied RECREATIONNEWS son of Jacksonville spent the speak at the birthday YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT NEEDS

Preferring Company.Phone for high In the wrlte-lni for that ,weekend with her mother Mn. S. the WOC of First CAN ALL BE FILLED AT
W-807S office Others receiving votes Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101 : H. Solomon. They were accompanied Church Monday e I
were Mn. Hattie S. Ball Wayne by Mn. Solomon's sister Mr. and: Mrs, K. '
Peacock, Ben Duncan, Davis QUINCY. FLORIDA I Miss Cora James who remained Cowan had M week

By Don James ,for a longer visit their granddaughter, '
I Mr. and Mrs. William Lester of Marianna. I FISHERMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
MEN'S: SLOW-PITCH SOFTBALL I have returned to their home In Among those attending I
schedule ---- -- -- --
WANTED! Game for the week:
May 14Joe Wedelei, Inc., vs.
Talquln Electric Coop,; May lh

AND NEEDED 10- Talquln Electric Coop, vs.
MAY 26th) N. F. Experimental

SOFTBALL ---- -- .
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; All women Interested In playingon
; Qulncy's Slow-Pitch Softball ;i iI
Team should be in attendance al
I practices which are being held J
s: I I
on Wednesday night ',00 + e. I
I Doyle Conner Field.The Cam. .Pq11ftU
team will compete In Talahasse n 1 [ = j
*'! Slow-Pitcb League u ) l

Registered Democrat In past years. fI
JAMES J. ( tau)
ALlAI'JIMMy'JAMES Standings tins week ending

May Sthi
Team Won lot I
Kiwantl 2 ( PF
irons 1 C s it
DeMolay 1 :2
Jaycees J j 1

Rotary 0 .

Mrs. A. N. Lester

I COMMITTEEMAN( / | Succumbs. Here

Mr*. Bessie Eddy Lester, 71, ol t Ml snr. Jan
HAS SERVED TIME Quincy passed away it 1015 Wednesday
morning, May 6 In the
Over |2 year hard labor on Gadsden County Hospital.
Born In Brooklaitd, Florida,
Democratic., Committees' Now serving Mrs. Lester moved to QuIncy it183S 50 LBS. OF FROZEN STORAGE. 5 lb. 77 LBS. FROZEN STORAGE 83 lb. In AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING In Refrigerator -
Democratic State CommltteeminREWARD and was a retired soda In Freezer and 15 lb. in Storage Tray. Freezer 14 lb. In Storage Tray. CON- section. 103-Ib. Freezer.

welfare worker. She was a graduate bottles DOOR eggs, tall VENIENT DOOR STORAGE for eggs, VERSATILE one hell.two Glide-Out
of Florida State College for and small-size jars.for butter, tall bottles. FULL-WIDTH FOR- Shelves, 2 Posit MAGNETIC

Women Put Matron of Washington CRISPER keeps almost Vt bushel CELAIN CRISPER keeps almost 2/3 DOOR LATCHES open easily, seal tight

of BETTER REPRESENTATION for Alt Eastern Chapter Star No., Put 43 Order President of the of tables dewy-fresh. EASY-OPEN DOOR bushel vegetables dewy-fresh 2POSIly.. PLUS Cheese and Butter Compartments

Florida Democrat) the Woman's Society of Chrlstiar LATCH keeps cold In, heat out. WEST TION SHELF even holds gallon milk: Twin Porcelain Crispen, Package

III Service of the Centenary Mcth. NIOHOUSE BUILT-IN QUALITY means BUILT IN Shelf, Handy Food

odld Church an active membri you can be sure. II Its Westinghouse QUALITY means you can be sure if cious Door Shelves. WESTINGHOUSE
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broiler dial exact heat desired.
:.cgLlgIAero you UFl'.onFreel.
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17 run W. .11 1 I 1 E..t. 1.1. run N. l 8. Ft suggestions for dealing with. them.1
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I.churoh4 I... I acr' 1 I II Milton Groom Z.tal' l4.001W p4.. ID 50 74L tet IJ* 41' W. 101 of Economic Advisers reportsto of a Texas city may be
P.0.8. 5 I 5 1 Etta GnlOIT 1.15 Ft., N. II' II' !!J. the President and Is part of his traced to newspaper advertising.
I Ir.. t arrl B. I 0' lot 1. Bik.R 10 Ft, B. 110 u' Octal[ family. The German CounII when an Air Force
OR 40. P. 8 its
y..Brltt E: 101
i/t. DB 000, P. 150.10 IIubdv. OR U. II''w.lOn I* Is appointed by the President Base closed In Hurlingcn, Texas.
U f 0 tu :4..r4 JJlud4 P. .71 45 Ft.. E. P. rilB.. OR 44, Brown Wlf Tt.II of the Republic, on recommcndu- 6000 people left the area. Bad
J'rom NWC of N. 101 Ft. to P. O. P LR4 lion of the Government, but it is weather ruined the citrus and

ot run IW W.t.20 of SID Ft.In B. OR 0. p. III s I' Ota 1... Smith. a..ln.. II." Cotnm.no .t N.W. not In any sense a unit of the truck farms. The outlook for
Lot 15
I arr. tn I.M e. of C.
br..ln I. 110fl.o IW I or HW I. run .. I* W.2105Ft. liancellor's staff. the city was bleak.
W. 110 Fl. B..ln 140 ydooof .. to b.sln run The American Council's annual But the city still had some-
F.110 10 Ft.PO.a.. E. NWe of lID I I. I' W. Ill Ft, report usually serves mainly as things to sell a good climatefor

n. 1'.1 .4 1 I hl.b Baker A WI' .... ot u.NW,d..5run0.111. U"d. N.N. 70'.' E E. II'5t5 "t"Ft.., supporting material for the recommendations retirement and a lot of empty

Comm at IIEC ot ... N. ho t4., I. 7/' W. II' Ft. In the President'sown houses.
N.0 ot IW Iof W. II "d. to P. to pO.B. DB Economic Report to Con Newspaper ads run In 22 publication

Nil>>'t.: t.1 run b"ln.H. 110 W.UO OB.10 A 101 OR 1)10 17. U.P. 101 fob: :: 117 305 DBLM 1 Eaator P.ndl.ton '.11 vets The German Council will provided the answer. Ad."

rt., N. 10'I. P. 17 DB 101. P. Begin at ftBC of transmit its report to the West vertiscments which cost only $'.>,-

.. !!J. 120 "t.. III 5 1 0 I Luelh.1 Palms 11../ parcel of land German Government, which is require 000 brought :3000 Inquiries to the
I. 101 F. to P. Loll 1 A .. Block per DB 111. P. <( to pass it on unaltered tolime chamber of commerce.

O 111 B.. OR 4I, p. I/ 0 1 CI.r.not Carts. Et AJ 011 .. leu Mid....'. Ions 447 run W. .Id.N/Ly.of legislature. The Government After two years of newspaper

...In U. Ft. W. 125 110. P 10. S I' Loll Ethel Palmer n.1I F.d..., Rd. 147 may however transmit its own advtrliung the vacated homes

ONe Lot I Block 0 In Ft., W/L. at comments at the same time. have been filled with permanent
:; lot NN Jr..t Mld..y. U O.nd.re Thomas. .
$W of right ansl. to.aid
run 110 Ft., B ZiZ, p. 17. 5 1 E.tatt ....". ....., I.... Rd. 171 Ft, In this country it is Inconceivable residents And the city has recovered
t.v l'I.. g. 110Ft. Lut. 4. 1 and 1 B/l'. parallel '; that the Economic Advisorswould nearly all of the population
.. E.: 330 Ft.to Block I In East to slid nd. 147 ever issue a report which lost by the phase-out of
P.O.B. OR U. 11.71Comm. ltldwey. DB VC Ft. B/l: ,. at could offend or embarrass the the Air Base.
p. 114 If 0 1 1 ,*" .. H..rroll A. WI?. C. P. 11 I I' J m.i Tbom. ..... rlcht anflM to Administration. Such situations
a This of Is dramatic
Rd. 171 Ft 10P course
NFA7 JI..ln 171100 Ft.E. .
It ofOroW .O.B. OK 4!, P. Jam.* A B.ttr Joan at least possible under the obvious account of the effect ot
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of NWC of IiIW IT German system newspaper advertising.But .
Ft,W b.. 1 run I. ..01 "t.. B.sln at NEC: of Notable Contrast. less dramatically In com.
1in 0. !10 Ft., 0. 71' 1. 12. $11Ft. a I aero t.o'n More Important than these
W. 'II'F ., N. III N. 140 ,.t. tet LHB run B. to op. munltlcs throughout the country,
Ft.. Ie. 110 VI. 10 Pool. W. 110 FI. d.. t. POB. W. rational details IB the difference strong retail advertising of pro.
POs OR U, P. N. 10 Ft.. 11:. 150Ft. ?0 yd.. B. 70 yd... In the climate of economic opine pessive merchants keeping
160 II 1 S 1 Nathanl.1 Clark 75l O. iO VI. tot5 IId'O: rd.. N. 70. Ion which lay behind the eslabshment thousands of communities alive In
Bnrln 101 NWf"! of B. OR to PO.B.OR I. /OLI7.rI II.II 1I of
p HI LRS 1 1\0' s Iwo councils. The he face of
N. I or IiW 0of II 0 I. latLhn JonM A Wit. U. II. P. growing encroachment
Jill!: I run 1'':. Commonr. at NWe omm.nro ...her.N. main concern which motivated the from metropolitan centers
to of IW 5. I. $5E. bndry of Lot passage of our Employment Act in
r'lIt l :if'lri 1101 Ft, IlLIU.I Ii Slid tnter. 948 was the fear of a postwar KKKMH LIBRARY GIFT
10 t Ft. to h.. .act. W. .Id. of
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Prom $W of I"t., H. 11 Ft Ft. to POB W. Recent economic reports under General Robert F. Kennedy q
of 1W 1 of NNt W. 10. "to te P WIllIa" Hollon A. lit ..t. O Inl. the Act still give primary emphasis check on behalf of UM
run E. 191 Ft.n OR. DB 111.1" S IN' I Wit. _ ..... Ft E. 110 Ft, . to the need for French
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Ft to people for the Kennedy Memorial
POI'. N. II.rlt. Comm at 0120 of )frli.. Joek.o". It "
24 *' .. .. Till "adequate demand. Library. Mr. Alphand said thai
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.,. P.to 'f.B. ORU S Ed.... Walker a WI' 17.\1 W. 071 Ft. 10 Lot I, 4.13A14Rik.1. Blk. A. lets a set up the new German Council and express their affection and
boll,. H. 0' 40'W. was based
Gomm. at IIWO of C Iota 1. 7, I on fear of possible admiration for President Kennei
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101,1 Ft.. Na' ., 105 Ft.. B. Kubdv OR 41, Z
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D RY. $10 /1 5I Comn., at "WC 0' took Acr. Hubdv.OR 41
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at IWe, run NW run N. "I Lots II It A 10.Blk. l
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N. II 1.i. 0. a. 110 P. HI LR Ul.nn J.bn.on in
10 aullo 11:. 1 WIW. oln..t$ ;. fiT 11 1 1 a.ral4 Wilson A WIr. UIIrho
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113 P 'U II I 1 II WII. + M + to b.sln K. 171 A1 Blk.
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I. 1L. II 1 I N..to.lub. B..III 4705 P'l. B No. I, Lak. Flow ." and in the >ay spirit of South American hospitality,

...ln4St NWO "'. "I ".. L of 'Ii.ti DB 111. 111 I ....11' O. Flannlsan till the smiling Latin lad m the photo prrpiiv a "."niuoo" foi
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n.. N WOO 0' Nil I run two wide-eyod youngttm on a visit to what i* perhaps New
!4' 'U' 12. 'U I .. 10. ,.t. W. 105Iwo' lI.nlll York's moat ('..lor/ullallr.nt. La Fonda del SoL

f Itat.t 10 Rd.N..010 No. U.of 10. ,irs, Ft o' Clinton B..tt, This vividly decorated cart u a famdiar.ight BO It wends and

W / l.y. IrunI1atat. o.'OIoRr: 10. P. Osrald' Lo.'o Wilts. Tao Coll.rtor vends its way along the village strerti in Mouth America and
RA.: No. 11to UI II 1 5 A 00100 5055Bes10 Mriico offering ",ranii do," a concoction of cherry lime ra.p-

W, .bntl'N.,. tou orIhollon. 4755 "t. B.of LAFILA DAY berry or chocolate Savored syrup pound over chipped ice in Ipai

u. uR14 1111 Hwe or NID I ,...r cup to b* sucked like an ice cream com-.
: 10 It I I 2lYCIOY.. ProolO xt .1 run I. lOt Ft.. \V. When you com to New York to visit the World' Fair ml

Comm.neS 11111 101 Ft., 101 N. Itlr"r.lCo. Ft. and refresh yourself and your family on a Sunday afternoon al

Ft. I. 0' NWO B. OR Wilful Boy 'W11II.m.I" La Fonda; if a open from 1 to 9 p.m. on Sundays whoa "urani.sadna" .
rua N. fI' 44'ID. P. U' 11 I' A. Wlf. 5515B.SI aro serwd free ta> children. In an atmoaphrr reflecting
1511.0 all the color, folklore I and gaiety of our neighbors to the South,
r'7. t..w. :' IN7 rt.FS.. ofNWC you are invited to enjoy fond and brvtrtnta a. they are prepared

'''.. I. 70 ,40., .t Hili I { in: the countries under the Latin American tun. TM waiter and
N. U' U' \:. Ur run I. 'N.Ft.W lejPt. 0 pantry maid. wear bright native garb while the doormen weal
N yA. 101 Ft..
:' : ., Homs Co.- two sombrero the other, and hand .
P. O. uN MCM! 11.1. ., 13. 100 rt. one atop om ponchos em-
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rro.n III WC run I. ;, ;;. ila. \I I. Lon J0at..0 Wlh II IIBer'a crafts end artifacts enthrall adult and children, alike.

1It1. I"t" N. 0$' 1055 II Pt.W La Fonda del Sol mean "the Inn of the Sun. and you'll find
tI' Ie lut' "t. 0' 1':0: ran It in the Tim and Lif Building on the Avenue of the Americas,

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ft. Ir''t N. Ilol"t. N.3' It' Millie Hall$ It. open every day, with luncheon a la cart aervexl

.. w'. 100 rt t. W. 11. '. Ft.Ft'" from noon until 3 p.m, and dinner from S to 11 p.m. Price! art

t R oft O'0510 .N le 55' W. II x., moderate and the menu includes familiar American fan, too

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I ; News-Views of Gadsdens Colored People 11 I

Women's Day St. James Lists L Boosters Ball 11 DebutantesBow Shivers Funeral Baptist Group

At ElizabethThe Week's ServicesServices Set SaturdayThe to SocietyEleven 'o Be Sunday Meeting Set

Women of Elizabeth Misionary at Saint James AME r/ Cartrr-Parramore Boost beautiful young lather Funeral services for James I The Twenty Eighth Annual
will ob- Church will be as follows: Sunday era Cub will present their an tU members of the 19M gradua hives will be held from Sale* Jion of the S nion Women's
Baptist Church School 945: am. with Superintendent mal spring Ball Saturday even ng class, Carter.Parramore Hit ME Church In Greensboro. T nventlon along with the
rive Sunday al UVIr Annual Powell E. Woodberry inharge. ng, May 16, commencing at 10 MJiool' were presented In a Spritolillion :waned died Sunday momlr. llsstonary and Educational
Women's Day. The observation1U : ,clock at the Chicken Shack. The by Tau Zeta Chapter The deceased was a native Inth I Annual session of the

Include and feature the women The morning worship services med BoMBtets, from Tallahas- ta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. to U abama, moved to Creensbo, nion Baptist Association will
9 ice, will furnish music for the heme of "Suddenly Its Spring ong with other members of h J held at New Zion Miasioney -
of the church. All participants will commence at 11 a.m. with !lance This group Is wliltlj. in May 2. Those presented wen jolly several years ago. li Baptist Church Chattahoo-

Elizabeth.The Rev. Gary Edwards, assistant pasor known for their smooth performance he queen of the Ball, Miss A.die ,tended the public schools > nee. Florida. The Rev. George?
Sunday School will be staff In charge. The Junior Lhurch and latest hit tunes. "An Mary Galnous, daughter <. adsden County. Shortly alto lemming, and congregation isooklng
ed partially by non-officers, and Choir officers and ushers will 9! evening at Ebb Tide" ls the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Galnous ovlng to Greensboro he joiner forward for aa influx
leather, Mrs. Anna Grooms will serve at both the morning and 1! theme of this years ball. The Bias Janease Moore, daughle, lent AME Church. if t ministers, Missionary work-

nerve M luperlntcndent.Mn. evening services. Evening wor shack and band stand backgrounds of Mr. and Mrs. David Moore The survivors\ are Edward Shian 11'1 and delegates to be In attendance
ship will commence at 8 p.m. be decorated Miss Marion Robinson, daughte
to according
Freddie Brown. a member pluimcd father Mrs Annie Rulr at the annual m ol the faculty, Bethune high> Thursday evening, 6 p.m. weekly with the theme of Mrs hssie:: Robinson; Mist livers, mother Robert Shiversrother inn,
will be held annual dance Is expected, Maggie Belle Knight daughter o .
Bristol will be the speaker lor prayer meeting The Mrs. Irene Walker 011.cago The local which will
the morning program commencing This Junior usher board will be as usual to be one of the lop at Mr. and Mrs Herbert Knight; 111, Mrs. Annie Murrel featured churches program of the
entertained by Miss Viokne WU- airs of the season An all-out Miss Nettie Dlggs daughter ol city
at U a.m, Mrs Brown is a Weaver, Peiuacola Miss Maryahlven will be held this evening! com
(lams at home at effort Is being made for the comfort Mrs. Exile DlgKs, Miss Vivian
of FAMU earned a mas- .f\ Chicago, III, Mrs Gloria
graduate areev urge mencing at 7:80:
ten degree and Is I well versed 7:30: All I members to : and enjoyment of those attending Jackson, daughter of Reverend J. Thomas, Panama City, and p.m.
and Mrs Chezle Jackson Miss Friday opening session will
The remaining attend. Visitors are welcome. ; Miss Catherine Shivers, Chicago -
Individual. par.
names are not availableat Stewardess Board One will meet The C P Boosters dub an Rufus Bradwell daughter of Mrs 111, sisters. Interment will commence 10 am. vita Mi*.
pm time, but will feature talented Sunday at S p.m. Mrs. Authle I Auxiliary to the CarterParramore Florence Bradwell Miss Francis lie held In Dothan, Ala, following :Mary Black presiding The report *
Walton daughter of Mrs Marie of the bands will
Individuals. Zelglcr entertaining. Athletic Department, has tile service. SlmmsJacksonMineral prayer
rendered valuable assistance Gllcreaae; Miss Joyce Murrell, be made
t Home Is In
Mill Marion Brown a graduate' daughter of Mrs Mary Smith charge. .., .
Pirates Defeat the athletic program and are ; The UUSlness session wiu D.
ot the clam of 64 wlU be he Justly proud of playing a major Miss Gwendolyn Jackson daught held a t 10:30: ..m. The Intro-
speaker of the afternoon program role er of Mr. and Mrs. William Jack. H'ers On Tour, ductory sermon will ba delivered

commencing at 3 p.m. Several i Mt. Pleasant During commencement exercises son, and Miss Patricia Brown, by Rev. R. J. Jackson
members of the class of 64 4 held presentations daughter ot Mrs. Leola Bell, allof Attend PicnicThe
recently ,
Will aim appear on the programThe ,. The Quincy "Combiner" Pirates Al- Quincy. The afternoon session will
were made to the following:
public is Invited to attend. put on a great defensive Annual Educational Tour feature a work hop, with
the Holt Memorial The theme
emlne Meal Jimmy "Suddenly It'spring"
L. D. !
participants Travis
show behind the splendid pitching A.
and Picnic for
4-H will
for academic boys be
Plaque, was displayed with selnvall
of southpaw Winston Estell, and Jerkins, D. E. Jones and A. It.
Cavern Davis, lineman decorated held Wednesday May 20. The
Henry Kincy achievement. shrubbery with sriflclal Rogers.
his indescribable rurvehall along
of the ear, James Hawkins, flowers of assorted colors tour will be observed at Gultarium -
Dies with reliefer Willie "Jay Bird"Woodward backfield player of the year, and Blue and white streamer addeda near Fort Walton Beach Including Rev. W. M. Maxwell will brine
; Sunday to defeat previously undefeated
James Anderson basketball play. final touch of beauty to the an exhibition by trained the evening sermon Friday.

Mr. Henry Klncy l a native o r i Ml team Pleasant defeated HIP: MtPleasnnt 5-3 I er of the year. scenery. Several layers of blue porpoises. After lunch and the Saturday session will commence -

:Jackson County, and; a citizen:: o:I Estelle started was for the Pirates Lorenzo The members of the Boosters and while hung about five feet marine exhibition those desiringmay at 10 am. The busings
Gadsden County for several yearn. Mr. H. Hicks Club solicit your support to this from the floor beautifully deco. go for a swim In the Gulf session will open the morning
but had to be taken out In the
most worthy by rated the and. alternate "leaae bring your own lunch. A program followed by the Bible
:died homo 10 program purchasing stage
at Sunday May a I
third Inning after 'ricrv'Ing Samuel B.
,Z p.rn. following an extended ill. difficulty with his expi Willie Mr. and Mr. LefeU Clary of this city and Fry your ticket from a member blue and white strips (the sorority total of $3.25 is charged for the ession.

'1II'u. lie was gainfully employed Woodward relieved arm.Lstelle and son of Daytona Beach announce the marriage of their of the club. colors) on each long wall. following: Transportation $85; The Sunshine Band will have

> and rendered valuable sorvici! pitched hitless ball for four InnIngs daughter Mbw Doris Lynette Fryson, to Lorenzo H. Hicks : The program consisted of the Insurance $.50; and admittance charge of the morning program.

.:to a local concern for many yean I. as the Pirates picked up 1 I on of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks of Lakeland. Mr. 1 Rites Held For introduction of parents of the fee mount to Gulfarlum be $.00. This And educational program will
debutantes Mrs. Essie Wood- paid on or before
His disposition won for him man;Y by convene at 6;30 p.m. Friday.
:friends and admirer runs.The Hicks U a 1962 graduate of Carter Parramore and U berry Miss Darnella F. Andrews Saturday May 16, by cash, checkor .Rev. Nehemiah Bowers, pastor

Funeral services for the if offensive players of the; presently a junior ot F.A.M.U., Tallahassee. Mr. Hicks if Thomas AnthonyFuneral sang a solo; which was followed money order. No money will:(If Antioch Missionary Baptist

\ :ceased are Incomplete but wit I week daring are base Joseph running James Willie, for Wood his a senior at F.A.M.U.. Upon Mr. Hicks' graduation the services for Thomas by the presentation of debutante be accepted afterward. Bus schedules Church will bring the message.A .

: be announced later from Slmmi io ward, and William Good each collocled couple plans to make their home In Atlanta. Ga Anthony was !held from Spring with narrator.Soror Flowers Ruby G.were Francis presented U. 4.H members are as follows will meet: St.at John St.I sermon will close! the days
activities 9
(Jackson Funeral Home. two doubles drove In twc --- field A.M.E Church, Gretne on by Some Olivia Robinson, artr John Church 715; a.m.; Shaw at p.m.
r The survivors are Mrs. IdiKlnry a rams each, and stole five buses Carmel NotesAnniversary Wednesday, May 13 2 p.m. He which greetings were extended Quarter members will meet at Sunday school will be conducted -
wife, Mrs. Ullie (Hayei'niotlMr : The manager Carl Bryant Is abl'supported :; Hawks Score 23 Mt. died at the G..J dell County 10 all by the basileus, Soror Ro Second Elizabeth 7;45 ..m.; by association teachers.:
Mrs Marie Myrltk. MnAretha : by coaches bonnie Crli Hospital, following an extendedillness. berta C. Stephens, Sorer Betty D. Northslde's at Northside High The Rev. N. F. Sumpter willbril1lr
.( Rhodes! sisters lease I. fin In charge of the pitchers anc i Runs In Win The deceased a native Bryant crowned the queen ol till 'School 730; a.m.: Carter the closing sermon at 3 p.

I\Wesley and Bernard Kincy, eons I. Freddie McGee, In charge of UK of the Mt of Georgia! moved to theBounty ball, the lovely Miss Addie Mary 'arramore, Springfield and m.
The 3Glh anniversary
MiniH-s Debra Ann, Geraldine'. outfielders The Hawks showing a displayof several
and the years ago jainous. A group ot about 15 friendship will meet at Agricul
B. Church
.(i Mary:: Allcec, Pearly Mae, amCharlotte J their power Sunday May 10, Carmel Pastor's 11th Anniversary will where he was employed by a little girls ranging In age from tun Office Ill South Monroe Mrs. Kelly New

( Klncy, daughters, Card of ThanksI scored 23 runs on 20 hits against be held May 18 24 local business concern. He was lour to eight years old, dressed Street, Quincy 730; a.m.;
would like Donatnonvllle Grays. Havana well known In the Gretna. In assorted colors to represent -hattahoochee members (If num.ber .
to take this I the Monday. 7:30: p.m.Rev.. Ell- PTA President
Circle To Meet Quincy area and made several butterflies of danced for merits) at South lde
Spring, Elementary
opportunity to thank each oj f r scored In every Inning except InnIng Ian Williams; order of service In -
The! Iris Garden Circle wll I you for the graduation gif I of St. MB Churchofficers friends. Shortly after movingto he queen directly In front ol School 7:30: ; Salem Mrs Vivian D. Kelly was elect
:.. entertained at home of Mrs. that have !given me. Thli number two. The following : choir Joseph and ushers. the county he joined Spring- her throne, which was located on I (Greensboro) will meet at the ed president of CarterParramnrePTA
.iTlossle Foster 823 7th street. little note comes to thank you; players had one or more hits: R. 7:30 Jer- field A.M.E. Church where he he left of the dance floor. These Pine Bloom Church at 7;30 a.m. for the two year term, 19bt65 -

city. President Lucy N. Gillian I not once but twlre because I Williams, Avery, Scottle. E. Williams Tuesday Sr.: order p.m.Rev.of service served faithfully. His frater- little pretty butterflies wore bal-1 Letters have been mailed to 19I&66. She succeed President
announces that the meetini r you've been especially nice ( Perry, Ed Smith. Hicks, Imlah PB Church nial connections Included the lerlna skirts of net with panties 4-H members with enclosed post Willie S. Stephens.
In of Mt Zion ,
will commence 8 p.m.. AH members ,. Thanks Again! Dixie, Lucas Ilogun and Raymond officers charge, choir and ushers. Good Shepher and Pall Besers. and shoes to match To each age tree card and release slip Foremost at the final PTA meeting -
are urged to attend. Vivian Doloris Jackson Dupoint. The Rev. J. C. Sander delivered bodice was attached a pair el Please mall the card Immediately was installation services. The
Wednesday, 7:30: m Rev.
p the eulogy wings that truly gave the act avery to staff Is follows 1R.
Home runs were by Richard assure us that you plan attend complete as : >
order of serviceIn
Williams. Williams hit a 310 foot ifc-nry Cooper; The survivors are:: Mr*. L. beautiful spring touch. The and bring the : seto slip Evans vice president, Miks
ol St. Paul P.B. Church,
charge Anthony wife Mrs. Came Bell act was closed by a very beautiul with when Olivia Robinson, Mrs.Ruby
.' / homeroom In the 6th Inning anda officers, choir and ushers.Thursday you you come to pay secretary;
390 foot homeroom In the 7th 7:30 Rev. J. T. Lawerence daughter. Inter. courtsy to the queen by each your fee or mail it along with you G. Francis, assiitant secretary
: m ,
I Inning p In ment was made In the Springfield little fluttering butterfly The fee. Any member who has not ; Rev. Chessle Jackson,
Crutcher order of service
1 cemetery. SlmmsJackson Zeta family was introduced by received his treasurer Mrs Thelma Kenon
may come In ;
Player of the day sward went charge of Mt. Morton MB Church,
Funeral Home In charge. Soror Alice M. Jackson. Music to pay or mail his fee to Mr. Russell Robinson Chaplain; Mn. Ethel
to relief pitcher Raymond Du- officers, choir and ushers.irlday for the grand ball furnished
was H. Stokes, and Carl
I Stephens P. 0. Box 228 reporter Daniels
point. Uupolnt entered the gamein 7:30: p-m. Rev. Day by the "Bolla tela" of Florida A. Quincy. Fla. We will partllamentarlan.
Church Immediately
the third Inning. lie struck mon; order of service In chargeof : Antioch .
and M. University under the directorship send you a release slip for The president, Vivian [). Kelly
out 10 players' walked four andcollated New Zion AME Church, officers you
of Mr. W. D. l\I.Irkens. Slewants
: parent to sign which we will accept I. a member of the faculty
I three hits for three official choir and usliers. CalendarServices
Lists All Surors ot Tau Zeta joinedbaxlleus on date of departure. Elementary School, an executive
times at the Final Sunday 11 a.m.Rev.. T L.
I the In extending sincere member of the Good She p-
.. .. lII.'IIre. 23.8. Geter; order of service In chargeof at Antioch Missionary appreciation to the parents of all herds, a member of St. Johns
The Hawks will play MnntlccHo Mt. Arrett PB Church, otii. Baptist Chunh will commence I participants of_the cotillion teal, Tanner Chapel Primitive Baptist Church, Midway .
Qo choir and ot Calvary School ParthellGannoy
with Sunday
cP at Havana Sunday May 17, game cars ushers members and friends who parttcl. and is foremast in the civic affairs ,
time 3:00: o'clock. Come one Va. superintendent. In chargeHe ;: paled In any way. It Is felt that Church Notes of the community. She is
attendance of teachers
I come all and see the best In semiprofessional 2 p.m.Dinner. UJ'if'Ilhe a project ot this type would have foremost in expressions, being well
baseball. 3 p.m.Rev.. 0. L. Lewis order and pupils to( observe the opening been Impossible without the cooperation Sunday school begin 9.45: a.m. versed, and piece a pleasing per
$100.00 JACKPOTAT I of service In charge of Beu- hour 9:45: a.m. of these participating with the supt. (In charge sonality. The PTA stall Is well

'Moye lah Hill MB Church, officers, The morning worship services I individuals. It is quite evident Morning worship begin at 11a.m. cnialified for their respective positions
Completes choir and Ubhers Gretna. will begin at 11 a.m. The Rev with Rev. Braxton ,
; that the cultural level ot the Ne bring The four non faculty
Mr. Zion Dawklns 1'ond. Tallahassee Nehemiah Bowers will bring the of Gadsden he! message. Visitors wel members ardent church
I IIP'O County I Is low are are workers -
Air Force Basic HurlOu; St. Luke P. B.church message. The Junior Choir andUIllI'l' and will remain low unless sane com*. which includes the minister

I Cairo Ga Board will serve at both I worthwhile activities ahe carried Visitors last Sunday was Deacon who serves as treasurer, the Rev.
SAN ANTONIO Tex. Airman 5 Recital, Miss Betty services. Evening worship will I
p.m.- on to raise this level. This activity Pittman and mother Pitt- Chessle Jackson.President .
JITNEY JUNGLE Leonard Moye, of Mrs 6 30.
son Williams. begin at :
is considered a itep toward man and Brother! Council Willie Stephens the
I Bout of Rt 2 invited Women's Auxiliary' And
Nora L. Quincy Everyone Is cordially to The Young this elevation l as well as a step raw. outgoing executive expresses his
Fla., 'has completed the first attend. will meet at 5 p.m. in the basement
to Improve the social 01 appreciation to the principal fan
I graces
Evening service
PLVS phase of his Air Fore basicmilitary of the church. worship at
our boys and !girls.In ulty, parents and members ol thePI'
with the
the Sunshine pm.
at 5 pastor
at lacklandAFB. Thursday
training p.m.
i Hospital Report preparing the eleven young' harge.Offical. A for the assistance given him
will meet at the home
Tex.Airman Auxiliary I ladies for their debut. they were during his administration.He .
5 BONUS WINNERS I !Moy has bon 14'11t-1 Admission May 5 11 of Mrs Ethel Stokes. given tips on the social graces board meeting Moa further pledges his, and
ed for technical training as a Delude fudge, Willie Fred I Mrs. Mary Ella Dargen will entertain by Sorors Olivia Robinson and day night at 7 p.m. All, boar urges the support of parents to I

REGISTER AT 1 medical specialist at the Air Hlckman. Elease Lorkwood. Willie members of the Senlo r Alice M. Jackson who had done members are asked to be pre- support the PTA program

Training Command (ATC) 1'arrish, Jr., Florida Ream: Missionary Society at home or extensive research on the subject 1I1It.

school at Greenville AFB MINI lln, Bessie Mae Green Reginald I Thursday, 7:30: p.m. / Both debutante' and some
JITNEY JUNGLEBE Ills new unit I Is part of the vast Ward Annie Holllns James Anderson Weekly prayer meeting will tx ot their parents were present at Arnette Chapel Dodgers Down

ATC system which trains airmen ROM Lee Ray, Josephine, held at 7 p.m. Tuesday. a tea given In honor of the debutantes

SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY I and officers In the diverse Scott, Oclester Bryant and Fran at the home ot Mrs. Can- Church NewsSunday Georgia Team ,
skills required by the nation's Moore Quincy; Eliza Harvey and i Arch Jones Midway. daisy Lanier on Sunday evening The Quincy Dodger shook ot
force Ann Havana BIRTHS: Ezra and Theresa of April 26. It was at this I
aerospace Shirley Canldate ; verymemorable school will commence two
6:30: ( P.M. SATURDAY I I The airman la a graduate of Elatha Lanler and Louise Core, Dixon, girl May 5; Jessie and occasion that Sorer 1.30 a.m. with Superintendents Sylvester previous Ga.defeats, in by the whipping
I Carter-Parramore. __High_school. Greensboro,_Earl Atwater, a red I Debris Fudge, girl May 5. Alice M. Jackson gave the girls; Senye Alexander and Joseph Park Sunday. The Dodger Dimmed -
I much helpful information" on the long Sr. In charge All teachers the visiting Georgians 76.

"social graces It was indeed a and pupils are asked to report Alto ,INIa__ ...._
i warm and enjoyable evening The' C-UFUI ISM.*), manager, BUtTl
promptly. ,
for the Dodgers, but
had was re
men escorts previously
young been I The morning worship service ;lieved in the fourth by Refield
given some tips on proper will begin at 11 with Rev Diro"
I a.m. Elllas Although the Dodgers
mannerism lor the dance Boo -
W, A. Campbell assistant lead
IS FOR and others. pastor when Anderson was
H i In eharge. He will be assisted relieved by the score H

I by Ra" Pauline McMillon Theodore "Pike" Kenon was
Last Rites Held The senior choir and ube the star at bat for the Dodgers,

board 1 will serve through out .going 4-5 and was named Playerof
: For Mrs. Ward the day. Rev. Campbell will' the Day.

PRINTING. bring both messages, morning The Dodgers came up with sew
I Life chapter ends for Mrs.. and evening. oral great plays on defense. DIU

I Alice Ward on Wednesday, May Mrs. Mary J. Branch will entertain also aided his cause by pulling
8, 130: a.m. She died at the W. Stewardess board one down a high hopper at third to

T. Edwards, hospital Tallahassee at home 4 p.m. Mrs. Con Alei rob Howard ad went base hit
Fla. The deceased is a sneer chairman.A. far to his

native of Henry County, Ala.. C. E. League will commence kit. due on the ball, to stop
i had resided In Florida for several the ball and within a split secW -
with President
years, and lived at Shady J p.m. oral. tossed the first to
Joseph Long Jr., in charge. Amember
nip the
Rest community, sear Havana
urged to attend.
where she warn well known and Freddie "LI llie Red"catcher Carroll.
Mr*. W. M. Long for the
tadwrd service will begin at Dodger IJIdtod
I" Evening the .
became a member tame with a fin one hand
of Hepewell AME. Church 6:SO p.m.Monday. catch erf the but Bali, which he

'where she served faithfully uau .:.SO p.m. Sunday danced Under before the catch
she became doable to ai school board meet Tuesday 7 a. The Dodwrs will m,*.,- I.. T.I
,end .....Ie.. :SO p.m. Official board meets.Wednesday hassee where they WliJ";' "time
6:80: p.m. Prayer ttronc Tallahassee All
I Funeral..1"ritee were conducted 1 tan.
t/ Y from Hopewell A.M.E. 1 meeting 7:SO ,m. Junior choir

Church Havana, Sunday, 2 p. I I'm. rehearsal Thursday 7 p 11I. Sea Card of Thanks

OFFSET The Rev. J. C. Sanders, t toe choir rehearwl ,1 n. family of the lata 8.
minlaUr In charge. Those In attendance at the Brows Isles tha IIMItbod0 I.

Those surviving includes; ,Annual Conference includes;I t thank each and Tver/ t.

Mr. Robert Ward, husband Mrs 1 Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Hunter tor their aid and mfUfI dun use

Minnie Lewis daughter Eddie Wartell Francis and Mrs. Carrie Inc our hour of teed. Especially .
Ward. Washington D. C. eon. .Jackson. do we fM| humbly
Sales Literature Letter Mrs.. Kate Curry, lira TreasceWard ful to the different oegaalaat.erat.

1 Mrs. TenuM Ward and Infant's Rites least Masons, Amerteaa .
Mrs. Derby Ward, bo4.II" ..en, and all others Individual

Business Forms (|Tampa siMerlataws.Interment Held Friday I and tcHIeethotl,Ala \he llaher.*
I was held. tithe .1 8t. James A. St

SpnngfWW' ......wry. Cretna. Graveside rites tat Infant Drb- and the sMior choir if ArDltte Churt Ia YY

Beta, Faneral Hornets charge ra listen Thomas were conducted Chapel AJir.Qurh of
Tags and Labels I ]I.... Etta Which
In the Williams Cemetery. Friday J. Cofcto. k IN'Mi4- '

< New Bethel at 18 am. May .. She diedat net sad Mm. Jesnkn. wVCar.
.r I the Brewstrr Hospital. Jacksonville tee Is erguust. The: late Mr

51. Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service Church NewsSunday May t,, following en Tuesday a Met, I:U Dilwa ajik. .Bravo f the senior was s ekov devoted wd Member N d"

School opras each Sunday She was born hi Gadadea County appreciate their heTem. .
imnung at allis ouriperlntendmt and was the daughter of Hiss favorite hyma. uJTEtZ
627-7649 Brea.alter y Palmer One W' 1m. Rev. Shelly Nealy.paalar tea sex erase tile

Jr. We are asking veryene ol Urnon Chapel AME debt ef gratitude w. awe

to please be on time ,Chuirii conducted] the rites. aM tilt ...., ..... of tiadesa.you,

Cbnlr rehearsal hi held each I The survivors Include Mill ate aM thoag kttl-. stake

and every Wednesday, hr the,Wym. mother, Mrs. Maggie: Wym, eyed te vs it "! .. yOe DI
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES molars, f:S) pJn. and tat t e grandmother. Tom dart tatter ear bardes ..... boef. Ie

Juniors (30.: I Mrs. Martha Wyna. Mrs. Ruby Again may w. _
The Rev. Fanner of Nt. COB\RoMnosi and Mrs. Wiffie at sad pray that yon eeetia

AME ta Havana wit sender any Rosa aisnts and Wlbert to yen 'to .sa with l God aid that

IS South Madison Street Ices al New Bethel FrMay a\&tIIatl..untie.Betsey. will pour eat .his net n", lie
J ,,7:30. This la sponsored by !l Funeral Hume .as fa ip.e JI1I. "

Ito..as Battle. j I[chare at arrmngtments. Mt. ilw.... M.s sa __

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121 W JotUrtun Phcn MAj':' Fenrd: In back yord with tJ:1::: County Judio of of Connty nail i b y notified *nd required u_pros May 14 II. '1. Jun 4 IIXOTICIB The Hoard ro..".. the right b, iilfled and required la pro.nl .
Florid' for opprov.l
''''' It ahop. Phone VAIn .un 10 .. any elolmo and .....nd.
!: b .rolurn and for an Order of butrlbullon I'h( :: ; VLKkfc\ .
except w..hondo.FUR
I ) -hi< h you. or riihor .l >uu, ay
i and for F' Board of CuiuntyComml.nlon.r
1 Th* following "... been appelmtsd by the hive ...|IIM ( ..lolo nth IHKHIIlkxl
liouie Made Into chario .a Oooutori of lbs WU and
erv to Inapoctor
RENT two apartment. 17(1)001) 1504 i>t Mat r..* oburn, 01........ I .Clerk lit th** foithcomtni of Ud.den 'County_nd Primary 10 Ble*lon to b* bald HS3r .I Mid AUXraly Cusn l l't iv'. to doo tho' o' l.Coi,I Into uirJud

FOR down, Owner will April IT, IM4 ..... May. I'. 1.04. 'o-wlt: .. ,. .
ance ContactMlma.IUI.w.'i: I NO Hobart II Kobortooa throughout 0.01. County. "Iorldll lock AI'V: ay 14 1d_11_. tot11151 .. or nil l hi. fire In tho oourlKII
Phone MAIn 'IIt. I ,.. Pr..ln" Board I".p.oto
John r .I
Modern S Bedroom nnfurnIkhed U1 I I A. b.acotor.: of the Will of I II 1 "t.... Ted B.II I.toMSir. Albert Flak.Quinrr IS.THE J'lSJ NRNthl i'IRl)n.. 'lIt'IA1. ('IH.y Florida.I of, Mid ealeuduA(ouMy M Qwlm '.

Ap.Mfa'Loc.ted In May FOil oburn, docoaa.dlardnor SIre.. R.uy 11.01100 a. .rldl" 1"1'1' OF "1""IIII'A. I" AND: noiithi from Iho tlmo ., ihaIron
Duples .& IIS W. Wublncon. FOR SALES MONEYDOWN I I( /*for LinnAllorn Kxooulorf Carl J. Fowler I FOR OA : NTY. 'Vltelt i>uhli-".t1 >,
y toll
Within walking dliUnco Bedroom llouir. Low Apr Id May T, II It U I 1. a. Ilanroe. ".. )111..11 N. [lr.., MATTIK Ueit IIKKkT Two n1anA,upl.o"hull of hi own In whiting claim or. .lIeI.., *

of bop.. icbool and Down Payment Low IS TUB I'IK'l'l COCRT uV 1I0bbl. S. 11..011 Plaintiff hill OKIO th. ploio of ....141."...
CIHCI lorry L. Wood..NII ... ."d ofttoo oddj-ooo of Ihoclolnmnt
churcke Maathlj Ptyatntt.. Fin... Tilt: RCOM1 MClAli lluol
bit Already Arrinicd. Nor 'IT. IN AMP FOR OAD8PK.N S It 1 A I Sir. A. SL McMlllaa Carl lpoon.r Jr.lmleaea \IRQlti HICKKTAlbany std shall oo aware ...
CtD 17-7161.. during b>wlneaa I COUNTY. FLIV A III..MN I Margaret P.n.ingfl.ld t,. by tho oUlm.nl hi. asset ofklloru
mat MeMIlI... lOll Magnolia HASCKnv NO: I.IM Slew Bc..le ('hole ORDER FOR ( \STRL(:1'IYEIrltR .|F and aooompanud Pot a
hour or 1274X91. after Drive. U UP TO 36 MONTHSTO \ HOMM XNTKLO-. I n I A I T. L. Edward. W... Paul N. Marcel riling tie ft OBO dollar *.d lurk
I p.m. TIl'N OMPANY, a Florida C.ncor4 'Ira. r.,1f DurtlobSir. TO: VIROIL 11I1.'I\.IIr tl.iiu nr d mad not oa lilod
I PAY loarporMlon, Elmo John.o"I HnutNs.. I .hull ... voidnirNH .
I PLIntUt..w tleonla ,' BANK & TBU fMlhotit
U I Jam.. C. $01550. ill Desald fuller J\,.'U Altlll He.HKHrvrl. ,'"III'ANY .

REAL ESTATE ..'., ., .. ,., ; FREE ESTIMATES HWARn COIIJN, rllMHIK Hatana ",,".rt C. II.r..1I FLED that a vmnplai f'',r di.vane r \
M. t il.I.INK. and (UTmiiKN Wllllam R. IIpooo" ...* been filed ..a.ln.t eau .\R adthlnl.lraloe 01 Nil Lao
SuINWIANCl 1.01 T One billfold. on th* Laka'' CALL II,IXIVKTV WAN UKRVKh.: IVC. I lam n. 1..1. Dosald Williams lilt.. above *ntiti,| court, end iii.. .t "... (110)>> "tl'ltal.
-- Florida Richard' lilt, Wllls.e you arm hereby rquird 'o a.eoi .' d.. .... iilrsl
ilAL Talouln Road '
./ There mill b contalnlnc IHI o* torporatlonPofmd.nl*. "art.. 1.151.' I "y of petit nwer ar of' ', r ublh..lna May II. 1084
Willie* a J. r.werdPleasecontact Pay, 627.8661 ,,"OTIC'. Of m IT I al t a. Pr..t.o E.: Jane'. Jr. r. E:. Joposft I" ple.4tot to the itiplalnt I it tillplelntlrl' Mo U. 11. U, .IUft. 1 sa
U'.IIII.It THR Ill'A 1'1e OF rUlHIDA TO: Midway Mrw tore lisle attorney U M J.Io ,
I(, kliWARV tMUJS and CUM Mrw P. H. Joyner15e III N.. Wnahln.l.n P.lre-1. \ police protactlnn there
Uulnry, H .rid., ai'd fill I Ih*
Hill SALE 141 Ford .. Qulncy FloridaSHIRTS MIK Yeu.ra M f'Or.I.ISM notified that 1 A I n t. parramnro L Ia O..ntW.lomka rliliml */ said anawvi 01 plead wiHilil br rompnratiwly IlRIidvlUuUtn.

U I I.door aedn, I ryk.lrlln.1 I molt boa ben hereby brouihl ...1..1! A1.. SlrPhelOebF Inan ih* *tfp| *f ik* Cloth .
ahlft In food londltlon __ I I. P. OrsyI
.u I* Ibo Irrult lour rhon. I2i'im, (1 1 A I Marvin 0. tubes .. W. It...
hll ) h.
COllnl. 'Iorld.. Chancery.by
ruR RENT: Hmall hou..mlt I May 14. II It I alodur Wo"... CoMtruotluB I .....u., Hswaed .....,
.hi. for couple loc.lid near I Wilbur 'ub.r
O.n.r.1 II..rlo NET PROFIT
Limit* of Qulncy call IJ1I Clt'l lo..n.r. lined oondIU"n. Only I V"u aro hereby re,ulrod to I .1 I A I )I... .....lIn. Ihopard 1'11I1 T. SmllbIyraniOrl POTENTIAL
.. I:In. l.oon.rd -/ .*rv< upon Wlltred i'. \rn .r St NlrlnaorE.
W. IJ ,.......... the law firm of .krrln Ponnlni : 5; Cow.at I
,.Iorld. May O.ln..III..1 lea ii Yarn. plamttlfa aitor- II 1 Fnomae C'Moel .m.. Nichols
I, .,., who. addroM la Pot Office Cbattake.eh.e Telmsdse lie? $15,000 PER YEARHAVE
KOH KAIK AkC R..I......, Rut loll Tails ban.... Florid.. Sir., Fr.nhle Pad.stl
VACATION AT l'l I Hom.r it. Jllrt ",. 1.rI. It..llkl.
o ih* rompl.lnt In mid .ult on
MEXICO BEACH I \1.y '. 14. II. II 411FOH If ir before th* 11 dy of Juno, I.. Ie. Iw1.Ledl.y I YOU EVER CONSIDERED
rl of ..Id 00141'
| A idol mad the ln.l
BALE kvroll
mnvirtlbl.- 114.1. Ilk written dof.n... hall ka Iliad flee t A I Iolr. B. W. 11.,1111 Iolra. I. T. Porch
I BR A,........ '.1. 11ia ,'Oood linpnla recton for .elllni. I*owner new I Hh Ih* llrk of maid Court lit rl..ant 'ro.. Hotly ktlrklnan0Slrw BECOMING AN INDEPENDENT
The purpose of maid alt I* to It.V.. tlo..11UII I
after 1:00. U
.-., .-.. .-d Call 1311 foroolu a wortiia htd by I A 1 Mrw Pho.bo Peythrea 'arl lur. BUSINESSMAN?
FUR BALI, lieo hardlopronvinlbl the plaintiff and the properly I H.rd.w.y Slra. l"aw IlolreMahn.
I Ford. loaded with I, and ........... ...Ia.' 1* ".crlk.d Pro..UIII
ALL AIR CONDITIOMIDta aoceaiorlea, air oondltloner goad I *. follow
condition, pike reaaonabla nail I C........!. at the loutkw I ( 'A. r. C'.rll "' 11I.11 Rew.o If is YES
Mil Ta.LKVIel01! III *f tor i.o* ttFUK PANTSLAUNDERED Cnrn.r of ih. Nouth.aat Quarter Or onsbore W. E. WtlllnC. your answer -
I S Br. He*.. I-. KAUJ lllllcrtr. t X of Mocilon twenty'plno OIorso geoid N. N. 10111'' Jr. and you can qualify -
110 (band) .hortwav .*..,.*., (=,1. Townahlp Iwo III North. M. N. "..11I.I.
ALL HEIR t1'ATFR Like Plus ....,.l ,radio) '
I n.w "f Hani* Three (I) W..t and loner, rl.loh.r
By Work or Moalk manual Writ Hox "P". ./ettadod.u FLUFF DRYREPAIRS than run Boa .lone Ih. guarlarm.ttloo out 1 .Ioh. R.I", Plank I. I Can Show You Where
County Tlmoa. If hit. Two Hundred Nil Qu1nrY \Ir. earMrw C. Masan I II

For Heierrolleni r..... I ly.four ills foot to Iho polnt Bab' L .hat" yAiled PURE Merchants doing hit
!>.(Innli i. and from mild, I Smith are

Day d4_lll Makl4 $ pint ,1 b.ilnnlui run North I 1'1.' ...... blue. R e. Will I
Kl.hl (UI them
INVISIBLE BEREAVING and T.o )Hundred feet Mlxty-four (Mast Ulih.nc. A. L Narrl.nhe P. O. Box 586
IA Boate JR
,, I
mike bole, uli.. teirt and font Ih.... Woo, Toe HundndItsr 1111 I A 1 \I.... W. .. 110..11 Mra 0. La Imll_
burnt disappear from dams .tour (111) f..t to point Hlnwn .....
S1: r..r.onB
itlt.! V.'a. ... I fabrics.Savo of bennnlnt. eontilnlnc Oa- .: ; K.IIy I II QUINCY FLORIDA
ifnd garments
half ....
I.' *pr moro or /1e A I Tls0o5mmisl .yree Sober
your damaged garment I Wlinoa my Paid .* Clack and OnMa Slddl.S.ymJoh
Pint WANTED T.n.hu... DRIVE INCLEANERS tk* seal of nand Court In Qul. 1. R T".IIIInard I
\.Iolt'" J. M Field itoroHour. bj having them l.. y. riurlita, Uin than II day .t ..r TELEPHONE 6278602TKere's
0 I. C.II! 44*.1141 actor April!' 1' 4k.lVMN C..unl Commlhleaesellsl.A.n
visibly nw..... Fair price County, Florida
t oupm. It C.r... M..**.. ft Cr.<*f_ (Na cf (ourll by Edwin Raury Clerk 11
and prompt ..nl e. Mlai : BALRI .
l.rk of th. Circuit CourtB7
6-.TBRI WANTED 1M1IKDITKLV Androy Ktavet, .03 West !I I ./ Dtuila' I. Baur
Work at homo doing
vlmpl *.wlnc. W* aupply material Hong SU. Quln ,. fl... Ph.It7 Deputy Clerk
I Apr 10. May T, 14. IIIN II
and pay shipping both .74S!. U to this bread
\>my.. Cloud rate lie pay Piecework 1HR ( IHI.IIT ('<'CItT OFTNR more
Apply. I>ept. AW 14. Boa HOMESDngsberry iHfOVil JI'frCUI. OIRI .
late, Adelaide. foot office, To. 'I'IT OF FIS>hll>A IN AM
note Ontario, Canada. It I FIN OAnnnKN (COUNT,
IN CHANCKHTt : than looks.

MALE FOR SALE } ;t I I ttotDIVORCE gobd .
4 tf

HELP WANTED 1952 Willys Sedan I VI. Pl.lnlltf

Sewerage Plait Operator ALVIJII BLACK, n t
.......i D.t.nd..L 1< '
Trot .. Rebuilt .
I "oT'C'1II. Nllarl.MM.llfilat+ tw.w
High School Criduitc. I Greenwoodand ., THE NAME OR THTATH ,
18 U 44. OF FUlRlllAl I r
$199.I Tot Atoll )!Like 114 Olrar' j
Apply In Person Ml. gas rraaeliwa. Call

CITY UTILITY DEPT. I 856.5453rf9'I I You fornl ar* h.r.hy natlfltd' that a 'I,

North Adam Strtol Sunset Acres III rail for divorce h.. been lII.d I
I. ...In.. ynu in lb cab... ..Ifl.dourt
by Thalma Black. and rosre
I 'I CLARK PLEMMONS hr.., r,q,1r.d t. rue with
ih. Clark of aId Court pour
PhoD MAtn 7-till I .rIU.1I ...,.... I' fey. I. IM
Help Wanted!ISALE'SMEN I II BUI ., Complaint U laid lull.
I and I* *ofvo a copy thereof alInjury
--- and Tnwla.. Altorny.for .
I tk* plaintiff k.r.ln. wao.e
tddre.* I. 14 Weal WMhlnito
l reel. Qulnry Florida, on or
TV SERVICE LEONMOBILE h.for. May llnd 1114 ller.n
fall not a Uenreo Pro ,. .
or ..- Reveim AJI at....1 I.... will ko entered ...,UI
.:aa 1-dOOf HOMES Ill lit paid ...I&.
MACX-S RADIO k I Satct Scrvlco Oulmy, Florida ibis IT' day of
orRETIRED Ar,II. A. D. 1(44HI .
New Moon Varlell.
PERSONS sf dNruw t.w111: Rout
CudMf. CoBoor. flowarl Clock Clroull Ceurl
GIVEN EVERY I Nice cl... Uid Ttallora l.d.Hea ounly. nails
By 'oualai I Raur DC
lad 10 Wid. A1

W. Irido (or furnltoro 01 IN TIlE CIKCIIT (XilRT'or .
aytbiif oi valtio INK tUTONIJ MCUL CIH-
ci IT OF yll)1111'A. IN AND
W* H... IOOL: SEAL ('HAt'kitfNO.

627.6648 I. .
I ff. t. 10 W rail wl olTtlqula .11JIIV""C'

QUINCY Plalallff, u 7t'

TalUblMe.. fJorid. VfALBHRT.
iONNT Itorol

--- ---- -- --- 1211 Wl T_ tSt.n d a.l. RMd ar

I : Albert bump Roeeoo, 014t
II who. ...Idon.. I* unknowna .
I Yoe .r. ".r.by notlflad Thal
suit for divan. .... boos filed ..
I Young'sCAPITAL alit >ou 1Glans tae ab.o.

WELL DRILLING 1 etyled oourt ly Aa So..a .-
lad era narabr '
FOR SALES .sired !. Isle with the Clerk :(
I rtur1nf a Comploto raid Court pole wrlito d.faula t ( .t
Brdroom Coacrel BlockHOUSE Uno ol Doming Pump lor' if any, lo IMo BItf .f CamptalmiIc r
aM uli fed la aertopy /
Homo or Iriigilio..
> 10.,0.1 ** Oreimy **4
PEST CONTROL .1..1.. "u..*.,* far ,,,. plan,,
TERRY-ROSA lift Herein. wkoeo *4dr..* la II 1101' ;
oak noon ubeitot roof Fe.l C_4rod a.- ToraMoCe Wool Waahlniloa ....... guln
.lrl Bet Md HARDWARE: CO. y. FNrda..< as ar hirers ill u
near SIWIM Club ., .... fail
ee-h F .l. .lMCU Say It.,. 1005 H.
I550 1421 South M...... St. :.. N 0 e_roe Fro loafi_

TaIIaJI..... fit. TaUahai.i. fUrldoUMIOT will ko cured aailaot y." I*

Call Lewis E. Porch COLLECT 101 mild nlLHONK Aim miDMCD *l

,".1...,. Florid 1hi. Had drat s
MAIn 7-8770 HOME KITE tlf-1411 April A. 11. &....

u OPTICS 121.STII tf thEALoFdwll!: RantS

:Plumbing rutur*. CloctrlcolSnppUo Inca ('It.1 j4 feorlUedMle
I I .vty. FloridaIf .
.. Pip old rUll.gl, .t l>uulaa I. Han U C There's bread and health-
Wolor ....... TUo *..H, Apr I*, Mar t: 14 li 41IM | honest-to-goodness flavor


Panama City Beach Collage f FN. nit('otrrr IV ANn, FLOP.IPA.ku FOR OAJX. building nutrition in Batter WhippedSunbeam !

ROCCOPIPE U too Oahu .,

Gulf UoroeoedNWTll.B. TO CRIDtTORd

Right on the & SUPPLY CO. '''''". 5, IM Ia.... at

I 44 TEAM OF SEKY1CZT _'KAR1/..... aro.. koroky WOObWAUK**4U,*d ..4roan What you can't ice In! Batter Whipped Sunbeam counts much more.

,rod. M file ear elal.eo .>
Away from highway completely furnished Die Are* .**d* whim Ikef may ..*.. Yes
its health-building goodness.
I PHon UUU1 if.ioei mild ootalo I* Ill alibi Like fU honest-to-goodnew flavor, ,
I ike Covet r Jodae I* aider
except linens sleep 7 plus lalont's bed tile 111* .. M.... StroolTALLAHAMCX. '........ Cooaly, .. _.. !. tae
:. FLORIDA tovrt Move *4 Solar. FUerM Batter Whipped means there's more to. Sunbeam than good looks .
week ..I.... ale _*ike from ,..
bath near all amusements. $85 per I. ..... of tie ftrot yol ..,...._ aS
.'. _.... Ko.* 5150w or ..- lots !
and September. ,_.. ot %o l*> wrttt* had
during season cut rat. May AOI6 ..H *.... to pin sad root
:i_ aa>4 ao. .11... ...._ olIk
Drew for resenration. w eutlowM ail Moot ko '.1,
Call Mitchell
TV StXtlCt wora. 4* kv Ik* : *. ki* Mtoraor *t 14 wwi.i.an

!halalS eO d aoil end weld aooordiof
Pate w ei.eaa.art. I Suub

.aD'" WiLC .. GITARANTEKnir 1
BRICK PIle.. ".6.erM '


COMPLETELY FINISHED .to.. A r? .*. .H'e r._ ..... /.eat ie5
$16.39 Month 25 Years aim wow A.wn.- '

Accept per Old Home b Trade .,.. Im'd' prl5' cats ge :===

Bathroom. ..... w /r.o aso IIIMA/
JU.SON... Kitchen.

Additions Repairs VITAMIN AND and ..... ..... m.enr.g
........ To f.gtnel ......

w.a rpettt .51..0, wow IIeu. -. .ja

s.. Model Home at 805 West Washington SL Aadteoy _**..*. Owen
,.... n.y .. .
or Phone 6274552. Qulncy. Flo. HI W. Uo. .... fk. m.un 0(1.c pen. krone 11 Atl'e' 6Whl' the lN4

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I FIn.Six Quality.90. .. $1 00 :, Ir, OulatcmdJnq aaaortmeAt In long Guaranteed wear and for 98
Fait CoIOfl Chambray. Prints IUldOUI colon i added strength. C
Famous Typ.112.Feather S YARDS'
Valu.s to n.OD per rard.

4VARDS98c 3YARDS $100 :


Enjoy real Pastels' and Stripes

comfort. l1.u1l..W.88c BOYS'SPORT BARK AND
$1.00 3 FOR20x40 S8c


and slip covers. sties
real value.
ton sanforised. $159 s
PANTS Tapered Body
to ft t. 48 C YARD : SPREADS
Absorbent Knit Ribbed Cuff. .
Pre Shrunk. No

6 PAIR $100 1 xu $3.99 Ironing wash Value and simply For dry- $288


LADIES' 10 Rib., 211m look. Ladl,.' Cotton Slips, wide eyelet trim, CHILDREN'S
$1 9 9 shadow panel. Sice 32 to 48. 8 8 C
DRESSES Asiorted Color Values to $1.29.

> Spring and Summer
\ Drew Stylet wonderful selection to choose
... LADIES' from.In solids: and plaids, checks
Value to$ 9 4 PAIRLADIES'
Birdseye and many oth.r combinations.

NOW.$499Cool Eyelet Trim bacon and Cotton DIAPERS $148 PANTIES $100

All Slws. DOZEN 7 to 14$3.99 288
Nvlonlied,washes easily! Drie
SummerDRESSES 1.88 TO 2.88 27 x 27 Site.WhIl.Quantities Last! in a wink. Satin SI..Sto10,stripes and plain.

Ito 14$5.99 488

5.99 TO 8.99 SHORTS POLO SHIRTS Itol4 $199

SHORTS $1.00 Cotton Twills.Denims
end Stripe Sie 2.8

BLOUSES $1.00 $1.00Big $1.00


PRICED ss, Shoris

Value. to $199 WESTERN JEANSTop Chief Deolm. Site*2 to 12 3 FOR

$3 and$4 Value.%O..Denim 2 PAIRBoys' BOYS' $2.49LADIES'
reinforced at point of strain.
Regular and Slim.SUes I to It. 99

NOW $1.99 Dungarees $222 SUei to II


Dress Style In Black.
LEISURE SLACKSTailored ReeL White.Bone.
lor Smart Appearance, Men'Sport MEN'S UNIFORM MEN'S WORESHOES: MEN'S
Tailored for Supr.m.Comfort. SHORTSGripper
Tailor.d for Long Wear. StyleBroadcloth
Tailored for CustomFit.Sanforised. 12 Khaki.Wear
Long TailAssorted Short SI.." lib leather.Fully V GJu..to$5.49.SPIXTAL Plain&Print
and Color Sbe Flret Quality. cut Washable loc comfort 49c Flats.'and Casuals
Sites Ito 18 $141 Value Talon ZIpper. Athletic Black.Whit.Bone.
SbM tolZ
SHIRTS Value* to $3.99.

$2.49 $188 $188 $255 $488 Fancy 49c Yam Cotton NOWt 2.88 ,


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