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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME &4. NO. 21 _QUINCY, FLORIDA. SUM.:...T1IVKMUY: MAY. il. 1J14.! PER_ COPY_TEN CIGNThNew




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Of Gadsden County. On' Tuesday, May 26 :




Claude SUIon. t representative
ef the New York Times, wu In I

tog Quincy the last day Wednesday Interviewed and several dur Chamber Says We Recommend--H Ydon Burns One State, One

Quincy people concerning recent lAn Editorial) I
I Contest
national publicity over the registration Business HereIs County
of Negroes in Gadsden a With one primary down and one to go Floridians are
d
County. Mr. Sitton was In the now given the opportunity to select a gubernatorial, candidate i I Listed On Ballot
office of J. Love Hutchlnson, M Improving
'
who is best equipped to serve the entire state I'
supervisor of registration! for II
about 45 minutes Business U going good In Carls The Gadiden County Time believes Haydon Burnt, Polling Places In

Hit article u It appeared In den County according to an analysis I 52, mayor ol Jacksonville for 15 year, Is that man. 1
the New York Time on May of the last nine months' Residents from West Pn.acola from Jacksonville I Sam Locations As
fvlWMer II Key to ,
,
U, ii printed in Its entirety be sales activities ending with March I First
low. Hutchinson Hated that quite eee 1964. Gadsden County grass to Fort Myers can support him In the knowledge that he Primary

I bit of the information he gave sales In that nine month period TOPS IN STATE Johnny Taylor a Qulncy High School is Interested In being governor oi all Florida. leather permitting lie*! I*".

finished Mr. Shies article.was left out ot the showed over an the increase corresponding ot 96 nine percent senior, won first place in the Exchange Clubs' American What can we expect of Mayor Burn? That can be I thai observers predict that torn

The two column head was ai months' period of one year ago. I Citizenship State Speech Contest May 16 at Miami Beach. answered best by the experience of Jacksonville under :MX Gailsden dimly voters will

follow: "NfKrort Meet Subtle The expanded sales tax became I He received a $500 collage scholoishlp\ along with the bin direction: There a 15-year revltalUation program has :III to the polls! Tuesday May W
Antipathy In Quincy, Fl.,, Voter effective in July 1963 and data handsome trophy The Quincy Exchange Club won a admired III caM their ballots In tin Democratic
Campaign This was followedby for earlier months Is, of course, his and Frank Pittman served as proved so successful It Is known and nationallyas and Republican ptlmartcaIteadltig
a one column deck head lay not directly comparable. I plaque as sponsor "The Jacksonville Story.:' Florida's second city has \ the DeiMocrstio ticket
ing "Leader cItes the Pressure In releasing the gross sales Information district speech chairman. Johnny Is the son ol Mr. and merged In that brief period from a much.crltlclied area :in this county will be the race for
Mrs. John Lewis Sr Photo rMartin's Studio he gubernatorial nomination he.twecn *
of Economic Dependence and Police by counties the Retail Taylor
__ .
waterfront Into of
with a slum core and a decayed one I
Surveillance." I Federation suggest that -- Jacksonville's Mayor lay*
The article: I I workable comparisons are available : I the most beautiful and bustling In the nation Its freeway ,km Bum and Miami Mayor

"QUINCY, Ha, May 14 "Ifa on a county-wide basis only Smoke Damage j Dr. Porter Is system has been cited as an outstanding answer to the Robert King High.and Bums tutu ami
when a county Is compared directly Ugh ran a nip men
Negro can sprll" hit name, he D johln against the slate as a whole.In At Bedenbaugh'sDamage traffic problem this county In the first primary,
ran Hutchlnion.vote here, asserted Love C. the nine months' .study Gads Reelected PTA Yet this civic rejuv.nallon has been performed as a May & Burn eilifed out IlliiHII
I den County' 98 per cent increase I canned mainly by aid In 907 In the official canvan: .
oi federal Increase
"The editor of The Gadsden compares with a slate-wide increase smoke resulted from the fire last boot strap operation without a cent or Senator Svott Kelly, who ran third

County Time, who serves at Dies Suddenly of tI per cent Friday morning at Mrs. J. L Bed President Here In taxes for the cltiient oi Jackionvlllel I lalewtde, was high man herewith

the part-time voter registrar, Making comparisons with two i enbaURhs one-lory ou'--s.-: : houae Since Jacksonville I I. a major manufacturing center fitallies.\ .
noted that there were exceptions adjoining counties, It la found located on N. Dr Ralph| Porter was reelecled I and the site oi big dfene iacilltle. Mayor Burns has A kN'al rai-e for lite nnmliwilano
to the rule."Twenty. I Sunday Morning that Cadsdcn's 9.6 per cent compared According to Assistant Director president of line Quincy Schools the office ot tax collector will
of lhe1427 Negroeson sharply with Jackson County ot the Department ot Public Safety 'arrnl-Teachers: Annotation 'fuf'.. had close association with Industrial leader and military :add considerable Interest. Clint

. the roils and approximately Clarence Durward Johnson 68 I which showed only 4.2 per cent W. W. MtPheraon, the blaze day evening In the school autUorlum. activities On nine occasions, he has represented :Uaaaell the Incumbent, was soooivl
4 the same number of the 8.03J a prominent business civic, Increase. Cadaden compares favorably started from a throw rug which the United Slate In official In foreign coun ,[ to W A. 1UI1'1 hummerturil
an capacity
1 istered whites signed with an I'I'g'l church and fraternity leader in with Leon County which had been placed over the grill of Oilier officers and cwnmllle In the first prlnmry. lie' revelveilH14
I when they applied he recalled."Mr. Quincy for many years, died suddenly showed a percentage imrease of a floor furnace. tries. That experience can be of great value In IncreasingFlorida's votes by the official' cxs ltlwhile
lIutchin on'. statement at the Gadsden County Hooilal 10.2 per cent.Analyzing During the night the tempera- chairmen named for the coming role In the space program and associated Industries. SuiniiM-rfuril put togellierflM.
nerns in a that Sunday morning May 17. details by months, It lures dipped and the floor turn- year are vice pn..kll'ntMn.. K. L. Suber.' run third
surprising county .
has been cited by the Justice Department Mr. Johnson was' Senior Grand was found that out of Uw nine tit automatically turned on >Vane Mason, secretary.. Mrs 'with I 778 votes. ..IIri ttt and,
and Civil Rights Commission Warden of the Most Worshipful months studied. Gudadcn Countywas eventually setting fire to the rug Jack MiMillan Ireanurer M: Th. Jacksonville story has been a team effort !In Summerturd have been beating
as one that traditionally 1 Grand Lodge ot tree and Accepted better than Jackson County The fire then spread to the surrounding win Shiiler responding, secretary which Mayor Burns, as director and co-ordlnalor, ha llw :buiihet. litpast: couple; i>(
Masons of Florida lie In 7 months; better than Leon woodwork.A Mrs. J. E. Gilbert, mem weeks In mn effort In attract UuiMTB
has denied Negro voting rights. I -- himself a man ol firmness and decision The training
,
would have been Most firetrurk stimirtorwl at proven
Worshipful was
County In 4 months voles thai went to Mr. Sutler.
and better C N. Harris
"But It I. far ; brrallp.M. is-
generally true as Grand Master of the Slate in 1:11: and at time the this team oak has lilted him well lor the
.. It goes, according to Mrs Body than the slate in S months. : press amount mated by Mrs. Hal tletcher, Mrs In govern I The nffUlHl Dnnocralto' pros.
Patricia Stephens Due. She is 1966 had he survived. A Grand In the nine months ending of damage wa' _* undetermined_. W T. Crmuh and Mrs. Dick Suber : or's chair In Florida where a team the Cabinet system ilenllal preli-remw primary balMrarrles

young Negro who returned horn.hen Lodge Emergent Communication March, I'M jadsden County represented programMrs.. Max (;uu prevails.Mayor the satires of :XI d.lrgalrsat
held
was at Washington" Lodge large" ami twit dislrti-t thingate. .
recently as a field .304 cent of the statewide Kiwanians See sailed by Mrs Sylvester Woodward '
per
representative
No 2 In at :1 Burn be endorced by ra.ld.nl.of
Quincy pm. Monday platform can I These may voted mli
of the Congress of Racial total for that period whereas publicity chalnnpnM. :
Equality leading a registration ftemoon. Pant Grand Master Ed In the corresponding ninemonths' Fire FilmA "'rilllA..II'1'1If1ll. and Mrs J. KOiiry ::. every corner of Florida and all economic levels. He >y placing an "X' I'a rtnl al
Tragic
Larsen of Tallahassee served
S*
the of column
top the M tisane
W..llal'PMrs. fount
drive in north-central Horida Grand Master for the period of the year earlier favor:
"However Mr. llutchtrmon and Impressive Gadsden County represented color film of the Chicago May Jr, leglHlallve Mrs. JNeal uVlegmes have no ulNtwliM1' ant
with six other only A sound financial to Florida's economic
ceremony past approach all must tm voted .... Tlwr .
arM
Mrs. Due disagree for dIU..r.ent .293: per cent.Measuring. school tire. in which W persona' ratnlulh, healthDr and
Grand
Master and several Grand
lout their lives shown Mrs. Charles Turner assisted by problem seeking uffaw of Di'ino.rralk .
reasons with those whose Lodge officers in attendance. CadwJen County was to Id: ;: :
the gains as a major breakthrough against itself, U showed pmllive member of the Quinry Klwsnls Mrs \Vllllam Montague, Thrill A well planned adequately financed college and \ Cununlltnriimn.My .
in a recalcitrant Black- Funeral services" were held at sale Increaaea In I of the 9 dub at the regular weekly' meet- Shop- Mr*. Lamar Munnw Jr.. ol one wlU be elected tutDemnmtlc i t
ol the needs
r Belt county ot the Deep South. Centenary Methodlat Chunk al, months studied ending with a high i lug Monday at the JeffanunHouse. lx ullOiiitl"*VMr*. James lied. university system capable meeting a Natlitfial CwruiilUOwwuman /
4 pm. Monday with the pastor. percentage Increase of 24.T The tragic" : movie was' salrty- Mr*. Thomas to;. CUttlno skyrocketing population. four are eunipirtliuj lot
"The registrar who has held percent
that office for almost' two decade, Rev. E. Nash Phllpol, and former for March 19b4 against shown by W. w, MiPberaon, program Bill Wondward and Carl Owen- Revenue In addition/ to real estate taxes to meet (hat office and l her kill only one
Dr. andDr. be
Clayton Caliioun will named.
pastors March of chairman. Mr. Mcpltersonla by, Bummer roundup for 15Mr -
a
t and other whites Interviewed here R. C Holmes, in charge. In- figures year agoThen. are based on assistant directs.of tlw Quinsy *, ennell May, Mrs. Hen Duncan the educational needs on the county level. On Ibe Rrpultlk'an tlikrt th.re!
Mid that efforts had been
made to no Negroes from torment was In Hillcrest Cemeterywith tabulation of gram sales ** reported Department ot Public Safety, The and Mrs Sam B. McMillan, Additional financial aid to cities and towns. I I are no slat or lot al race listed
i reglktering prevent and that their failure full Masonic honors, Charles for sales tax purposes to projector ass' manned by hermit Iwwpilalliy- Mrs. Jim MahaU,')' A new Constitution which meets modem Florida Voter will have a chultie, how
I Brinks acting as Grand Orator. the State Comptroller office Wahl. assisted by Mrs. Lamar Munroe ever, in Site presidential prefer I
to do resulted from ;
.
I so apparently Butler-Morgan Funeral Home the analysis comes tram the Kiwanians voted unanimously Jr, M... Din Wenlworth, Mr*. conditions.A core ami MUuwl cunmillmii '
apathy. Wla in charge ot arrangements. Cadsdefl County Chamber ( Corn la endorse the eslabllKhment ol J. It. itperUiiK. Mrs Norman McMillan boiler tax climate for business and Industry. nun stet eininuttMwuiMa cuU
"Mr. Hutchlnson contended o .
Pallbearers were Dick Sunday, merct. lake Talquln a* a fish management and Mrs. Albert ... I I that this was so even at the timed
Gen Parramore Aubrey Sunday area. Secretary R. L. Maascy bandMr.. and Mrs Leon >* at large and dUilrUI
a registration 12 years ago )' ed Burghard, Hamilton recreational area and beaches, to Improve the tourist
, __ was Instructed to write a !helm Weaver, library chairman and h'kttau[ with no preference lor
in which the number of Negro Ward, Wright Crosby, Frank Nape I r -- to the Board of County Cumnilssloners study group IraiUr, Itnlierl K business. lYeaident heats Urn tkkt. tip
voters dropped from :300 to :
six. and Julian Parrlah. telling hem 01Jill Munrae, fund chairman for Fair and equal apportionment of the legislature i a list prefvrrutii Harry
"To Mrs. Due the t.dwllr::
growing
II. II survived by his widow Club feelings on the matter. PTA. c.mlvRIMra.. Robert at iWklmU Voter
registration Is 'only a beginning'In Irs. Clyde Johnson, of Quincy; a h a, John Herring reported thai Gardner lUlluween Parade Preservation ol the sovereign rights of the stale to may make title. chub: by placing

an u:.interview........ ..at P.the..COKE Whet of- daughter, Mrs. Howard Boy Ian. approximately 1,100 to* the third Mrs. Adrian. Andcrsunj and Mrs handle Its own Internal activities.! .n "X" In the "1"1efin...
Jrangeburf s. C. three grandchildren and flnal dose of KaMn oral vaccine Jim MIII..It.)'. Repeal of the auto lag price !Increase and the levyon liner Usl.WlllUm.

Cindy Dean and Alan at I Ihe clinic at the Courthouse The nominating committee mnilnlrd Inventories and intangibles.Speedier C Dunn b O&'p-I
Elementary ioylan; his mother Mrs. Janle last Thursday of Mrs. Lamar Munrue Jr. by) Albert' Hubert fur the uUIre
ohnsun, Greensboro; two broth- Mrs. Adrian Anderson' Mn. J. C:: development ol the primary highway system of Kepulillian'' National Commit.reman .

Summer School en, W. Wright Johnson Quincy B&PW Club To jilhrrt and Mrs Jim MaIIIIltl'). by making the slate responsible for rlghloiway pur.chase aiwf I II Mine M. M< and Lb Col. M. M. Johnson .
amember -- -- -- -- lilmmiliNi loots irsruvt & (al.

Scheduled Here of the United Slate Air : Install Officers Saddle Club To Increased*, through better bailie enlorcement Instill fur nmifnlllMiwoinan"
Force, stationed In Topeka, Kansas highway safely It la hit that Interest. to the
and two sisters. Mrs. Lyon The Quinry Business b Professional and vehicle Inspection. lax awmwir.* rsi-e and the healeilimlrsl

June 15 July 24 B.Carey Crosby Poppell.Greensboro ot Pwaaoola.C. and Mra'i Women Club will Installon Sponsor Rodeo This In a program which the Times believes every ,I "* governor will draw a
K the
-
May IoIkl'Nlnll11 large number ot v.
The Qadsden County t> D. or Durward, a* h* was elected Officer for l 44a. The Cadsdm Saddle dub will Floridian eon endorse. For that reason we recommend h. pulls' un eleetkm" day IIJnatt la
men-
nown to hit many friends, wu sponaor Iwo perfurrnancee of a best for our next
the
I tary Summer School will be held They are: preafclent Miss Haydon Burns ai man qualified A tumult' bilks ot both penis
the president ot Suber and Johnson Garnet ..Laird lat rots rNI- w.'m'poI rated In Quincy Eat :
I.
the ) !School
at prlnlm
Qulncy Elementary elsewhere In title
leuue
June U through July 24. Classesfor I Company of Quincy and Talahanaee -I II dmtM.. Ivan Wonrihery, 2nd urrtay, May :30 al I p m. and again governor--- -__?__ -- ,of the Tlmrs.
( scheduled and Farmer Mill and vice. presidentMrs.. Edith in Sunday aflermnn at 2:11:: pm
grades 1 are I Elevator Company of Blounlaown. Snowden! The rakes will hot the Poll will npnt on TWU/ a|
recording secretaryMr -- held al
from 130 m. 12 Frida:45 pm... daily ..-:. ..... *. Health Johnson" treasur Cailwlen Su/Hle Club riding ring Johnny Taylor Golf Tourney f 1 a m. ami will rkate al T 1n...

Monday through ) I A member ot Centenary Metho, MUa Kalhtoea. tanhM erMrs.. Peggy Lulen, and rofresponding >'" U S 1H next to the Hlalfarmers' ladling pkuw will la the I ill U.
S. M. Eubank,.
According to dint Church he served on the Mme .kaan<.ia as In the Aral
MarkH. !
1II't'l'f'1Ar1"n. Virginia There Kill be
elementaryhoo| principal, the Winner In Stale Draws ManyParticipants .
courses to be offered' will Include Official Board for many yean G'Boro Student Dm ling. II00 admission for adults and primary May. ft.Exchango
remedial reading arithmetic. He baa served a* chairman: ot Mr*. Cay MegaU, aligning pree- We for rWWren 1] years old and -- -

language arts, and social studies that.c board_.....and. en as r.chairman.: F'... of tent and Miss Garnet laird will under All peen hori4 age children Speech ContestJohnny Hears
Ennchment subjects, such .. Judged Essay rt'P'f'III'ItthP Quinry Business' it will be admitted Ire*.
....
.. ,
music, art*, crafts, and science Professional Women' dun at the ----- Tsyfcc, s g ilnry high Eighty*"!* entlwalasik v>K Discussion On
It the situation Dave GreenwaldIs Annual Convention to be held In LOCAL GIRL ON and a large gallery 01Invlt.lhlNl *pUlnr <
ere being planned !Coi.,1 ", **, was the star ef the 'Ira
permit some enriched readIng Contest Winner Tampa June 11 It SCOUT BOARD Exchange Ouhe' Am"rH' n tilts enjoyed tie first Annual l Fish Managing
classes will be provided. CnHevt Sal.urday Unit Tuurnamenl. .1
[ Patrons Wale Homli
Proxy Miss Kathleen Jemiaon. Junior nOYlTsUBEHluYS Huuui Wumtward. Km! ** OlrSiviul UTMlilp Uuh laM
a "
Fee will range tram Silo S2 May 1ft at Miami H.*- h.Hi the Meads' Omniry Member of tit Ewhunge
per student, which will be used Dave Greenwsld was reelected al Greensboro High Stfool hasbeen REGISTERED CATTLEFloyd from Quay, has ,beenelerlH speech enllllMl. "A New' Conemt fhmrfey" m prrbrl spring wealhrrThe (lob. .M week heard Dr. Karl
Prnldent Kefilnr
Judged as winner In the llarmuif I s "A"tit.
ihMnpmaMp
"
e tthe Quincy Band firstpbst' !
toe supplies.The president PairtoUsm, earn !
third annual Elks! Americanismessay C Sober Quincy recent. Board nf 8entne Girl Stouts oIhe of ti.Mw..n rryer nf he llarkla Cam aix.t
Elementary Summer !Schorl Patrons Oub, Inc. Monday even- and WO qc.dlege toga! """"i in a thruway
will run in conjunction with the kit In the hand room. contest conducted! by Tallahassee ly purchased U regutemj Angus Apaa.! ... Ilrrwt at C his rhntie.schularsMp IU lisa' Krain tihnlmn" II year I Fresh Water llah CunvnlasM .JIo
lunior.Senki High Summer Other officers elected for the Lodge No. ttt. The Kileot rows and rfl Abrrdeen-An- Susan will .head the Rasp the rived hawtanme trnpfty.R nM ynulh from O.altar...he t4Hal r iUin all phaw tnr oonv rtlt:>:jjtk
School coining year are: vice presidentW. Kathleen essay oll "The Corsmtsrutlc gill bulls from Bubby V, Rime, plan* VfOiir Irout arttviDn with re a *., til AtlipulgiM, and K"tprKrnnnly Takfuin into a flail Meutagw
ot Mr. and M",. John" Lewis twos Area.
U Wood: rvrordlnf aerretary Threat Our American Bristol Flnrkla. .,;the Area Cavil >"i ot Tallanawe.In .
---- -- Taylor sV. ihnny wa In m.npaunet .
Heritage The Mwlubft/ Cwnmls
Ownty
Mrs C. 0. Taylor; cor- rl_ "B" Berry OltlnirerwrgMt
The 18.year.old "\/ChI., of Mr with live dMnctt througbwl slMirrs. are asking all dvle rlul.
responding 1f'CI'f'taryMrw. Rae ", Ihe writer with lie
.
lllTr II had
H"rv *
r Q.Sr Adams; and tnouurerJOI and Mrs frank Jenuaon otUrvembms the dale rf the trial- corniest .....Irr runnrrtp, anal Mrs Turn- to lake a plural on the kwue.lntn .

r:J Baur. Kathleen mC CVt-; end stn the dia- .lie Ukln( Hie runaolalkn. prt Tip The next meeting for the group seated a rhertc Ito' lltiaeniU.Thl Tan <\jmbt kirA sop .hnn.r. Meta program i-halrman, Itr, Fryer .JIo
'a scheduled In .September. prim money Tuesday night May WV1 earnest M "C' trailed by Jan II Munme ..' pram. .* Oml by law an areu i'
iTO 19 al the Lodge HUM M Tally make. the shard ronserullve and liul.rt Dullar.Chawpomihip nnvenH Into a Hah Menage.

; At the Theatres -In-.letter Kelhlere Jobs C year the .guiny.... fJtrKamce winner. <.!*** "V" night mrt* Ares by Joil atpreemtnltHt
a to Dub>> has *jMi l Male Culbn Jerk. n the County CumnuaUu ,
award taken by "
Dear Sir.Please. Sample, chairman ol the Ainertcamwn La* year' waver was IUrM was ers and he Gnw and fell
print the following In This Week Committee, staled "Your ItuantQiilnry and tut Mrlney wills frwl Ohukm Mhrl/er, r.ssnmtknl.runnrrup Water I."Wi ttmimMon.. lie "a'-
.
ynuf nest laeuetT essay was 1JW'IPIIrftt..1 M sea wet ",,-ud .4 thai Ita .Uw authnrfaml s U MlMrteeM
a hit and run coward Leaf Theatre attractions tor one of the seen* ot the Male M filM area el tie M*<* tar t Dr f*;'i M<<>ar>, nf Marianne M f\IIIWItc busies I* pro

Who ever you are that keeps, the owning week Include "Cap coast In I2 and seal to EM, _"" ..... The tMilanc.: Club was psybis InM ttempke.Mp dial. vkle funl V* the "'lIr... anti
trying to loran my servant kilt tail Newman M D.," Marring I CM truthfully say thai had Ills ...Mod lat runner up M (.'fob!M>\r Affect sta* on Ih* all Bshrrnwii Intlmsna can.gait. .

moving her car off King Street Gregory Perk Angle Dtckmenn may bees a ccmprmnr eedt ef tkufwta ('omrtatkm. Janssen. 11Ift" three eighlh holeWHnwir \Itahrra .-- would be r.'rdf'"lto
here he parka tt to front of 1ft1 and Bobby Darin Thursday and three two year* It voidS have bad fi ilea.Ie_ a. rsue 1 .... Mated thai Dr MiOaryriuwto attain bremr.
place of res dyne. You will Msurreed KTlday teatured Saturday will eicelkflt thanr of being a hM drive whites he sew was
: This ear i* fully Inset- be "Dunmd ...*.." and "Bui aataII. winner However this Is boiled tnt In* green .Inuiwl ever "In Ufol; lh IVind Gave andheeds
ed a vanda&m you nave talc Bin" At t 4i lor the teens another yearessays and the quality a TalquirTHD i* pock H. SM ..... and boded up Water IWi" c...........
Set fire to M. broken window ax. wm be "Csptom. ,....... Ihe la Improving, M. III lied M Om to tai Ibe ball Sleep.peer kiund Yam the Shad rtah '''IIIIu..
Classes, and petted It with raw ... D,'' Sunday Malay end, the time the jurige ta Sot have Club At OutingThe IIItie Iw.... A eta' went nun al Lake Takauit nl lnrnM
toe tt will be you who Indies Tuesday will be The Pink Panmer .1 a paroeutoity dilrvull time to b ... tram the epwlalar III from a per cent In tt pee tent
Marring David Morn and mw..anc.er.. ThM )IftI'. Tabiuln1tmf tJemnne'r- All ft iptamrtupe flights were hkk nM-MMUltd parsing IhuK
rebellion where has retgn- ,
peace feset' "!e'lersnr''ie>k.Q s'. fUn tub,"' stated I*. rryer. tin. .*n|
ed to Iheae Every Ctaudui Cardinale. Wednesday however, tile many years
strike you make here .. a 'WUIe "FhgM From A hIy8." Marring perUrtpmU was trenvwkaavKaUWrni lNWCinI .1 Mr* rranfc WhIff""' nUier You chamMunship were .n to say Dial tile Wad lead agars
lat the cause you diet want.1uw Till Brymwr Suiy Parker end who la *ery ectlveto bf |>.Mre *"' you too naive to realte INs! Richard Wtdmart; will be lealur- srhnol again. wU beot .. Woe UL An attwku ef stnetaen I*) Ihe Ant flight. IMth Berknrau probably ...*1 need sekwive >
Can't we "1Iw and let In*?" TatsTvant : pre/bwt the Stidmt CountUtor y .... IN ......,. rwirnmngpfasrud WM ..,.,. (ramie Mawtnwa ,rerinSbere. a pnvranthat

baa to wart for her svfci ed.Featwd at the IRS Drive-la next ,..,. She I* M rf&cer aid n..-r-tn end Tom Cuscnrremanssnoi alt ante' i
do you have le work? IbweV for Friday and Saturday wit heDUmmd tai the hard e .wen.ie, tt the ? mile wertafcosj I* keN award.VAnty Lak Talquin bvconmi a .WManefltment
> you travel to and ham work Su. ." stamng ChertM rmav liatw'mWrs .. -ria BDCOCNmoNeDon Brown ereeident ol lh. Quincy .lor June M, end stone ere bHngMn Finch. wee drrland Mom
Jaw .has rated lor aw IwenQfetght lesson end Fnnre ...",.... o.pw and I* ewrratlr wwlomtm Junior Chamber of Commerce, I* shows cooarotulatlni hr several ewmfcrr toirvment wkmrr U tile ...... night wink Or.: Fryer nmhidnl ey asykia
yean. She has Mark skm Abe framird wlO be ntovwteGunn her Sate Oecrw Ketbkws. and H. Marcus Edward: plaque cUetooaliw the sluts el camp Tinvpnuhee Larry VUnnutokm runner he dope CwWm County would
but. her soul to a* bock how *," Marrtaf WrhanJ Bar a member .. the future Tear!- him peeenttAa Outstanding YOAUKJ Farmer for 1964. M/ Edward Aur_ U. I9 act >>. up tunon mail) J. Lwe I............. mrkin UM program M he lots
Shout ,.....' hart end DM Taylor Featured m tt Assents and also n I The chain wM not have wrote nomuialM.Thin rrrUin Lanes tWny would and
Mrs. N. B. JonU. Inr Sunday WIll .h.* -R.nbbaaMarnal her of the CrtraMo aletbaUl new home which U under constructlofl U shown l. the .nrtutor -'m< said W.....,.I ) Binds. alp honor went to thai K wiukl pnvkii billet Calf

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I the new Penn Tool would not only 2. A straight! life policy which the responsibility ot administering efficiency. Mr. Roosevelt's std
continue to be a good neighbor,
residence In Florida, and the bet
In full license testing
"' would cover the mortgage the state's driver -
but would reach for higher goals. 'that he hasn't even held a p*. ,
at the outset and then, as the program which Is Intended to
Even retail atom have used .
LocalUuJineee mortgage was reduced, leave an grant the driving privileges only cinct post In the Flood Deo* I
editorial advertising to Improve
EBeteuI/cw/ type !
Don /OIM/ credo Party Is certainly a debt-1
/llOelycq/'f relationships with the community increasing amount of protection to those persons who can demonstrate '
to his
ment for Demo
for other purposes. This is extensively knowledge and skills necessary candidacy
and to establish a certain "
JI cratic National Cbmmitteeraaa.
used as most people ad- to operate a motor vehicle ,
( type of personality. Paradoxically Said Jan**, "I am t worhI ng.,
Insurance
have
enough
this kind ol advertisinghas mit they do not safely on the Florida highways.Through '
and this enables them to the It has become.voting Florid Demlcrat I bq
S resulted In Immediate years
often aa
A Into the Increased the ieve in leaving legislative mattcss
Increase In sales becauseconsumers move protect necessary to Improve quality
tion from the mortgage policy of the testing program due to Lee in the hands of our legislators and
NIONAL4RIOI Butch for the tint time recognize
By will U elected, devote
would have cash vehicles by fIIeI'orI" -
store and The[ policy a growth of the motor onJimmy
a as bring warm ,
as Democratic
0 t Advertising columns In newspapers friendly. Or, In some cases the value which would inchease to the highways. Committeeman in the National
65. As the proper arses.
and magazines 1ndIcat.ert'i'r about $7.600 at age
store through personality building i ."
James
concluded
that U finding uses advertising established a reputation years passed the cash value could "I am
: James not Interested In
the
i having Flor
removed from of quality which had not been be used to prepay the mortgage
,
of bacon and bread. In the 16th year, for Instance, Ida Democratic Party serve me. ,
selling recognized in the be
community
Various firms are using printed !lore there would probably be sufficient Fla. Democrat I I feel UU I can serve my party
DAIREBestBuy advertising to better employee 1 Although straight Item advertising cash value to pay off the balance better as Democratic" National
Coramllteemaa.
i \ relations, to Incriut confidence: Is, and will remain, the back. ot the mortgage. And, even more State Democratic Committeeman -
< In the company among stockholders bone of retail Belling the other important if the cash value U James "Jimmy" James
ers to present their viewpoint on forms make a useful tool and not used, this would provide continuing candidate for Democratic National Sharks are tough, vicious vora.
affairs, and to advise or many marginal businesses new protection for life fully Committeeman today decried clots and they are difficult to
time of the year! We're aid their customers.For business which a retailer would paid up without further premiums unintelligible statements made by keep In captivity Among thedangerous
example, a machinery manufacturer otherwise InIu.1Jour. tor a somewhat smaller his opponent Elliott Roosevelt species exhibited atMarineland
going all out to beat last year'srecord
WEE! amount, after the mortgage is said James, of Florida sure the ,
In Pennsylvania has "Mr Roosevelt,
But hurry to get these ter- been using full page ads ia the paid eft. An $18,000 policy ol this 1"has made statements In Deland tigers lemon bull and sand-tler I
rife valuest They wont test lord local newspaper to better relations type would cost about $42 a month. [and other Florida communities,sharks.. I :I _
between the plant and the recently toed one of the Jobs of a -
community. They have found that of f Driver License National Committeeman Is to folt t
such newspaper advertising is low through at Agency levels to I ELECTRICAL
HI 111.111 cheaper than printing a company'' Examiners Learn see that his state gets I Hs fair
publication to rthe same purpose I share of Federal projects! and
Their advertising representative .lndurana funds." I SERVICE
New TechniquesDriver
I said: "It Is obvious," said James,
"Ntwspaprr ads offer an effective Question: We have Just purchased "that Mr. Roosevelt is campaignIng
means of communicating a new home with an $18,- license examiners all for the wrong office I don't Anythlnq from wir i
the many things happening at 000 mortgage and I want to Insure over Florida have attended four know U anyone la Washingtonsent bout
Penn Tnn\ and rlwir that service training schools conducted tag a to rtplaoIng =
make this so that It anything hap Mr. Roosevelt to Florida, or
pens to me my wife won't haveto by the Department of Public what their motives might be, a light bulb
carry this big debt. What lathe Safety In Tallahassee in recent but it would appear that he'. de-
>4, Porcililn ir regular Whit. er 4 fithliH osiers In SERVICE beet policy- {or this puroose. weeks. The schools provided termined to embarrass our ..cmmlttee -
enamel ixtirlor finish IM regular enamel at no extra cost! SEPTIC TANK My age is 45. refresher courses and new people, and usurp powers Ike Shepardat
Answer The best policy for techniques In driver testing procedures -I that belong to our legislative s
your mortgage protection is the of the Florida Highway bodies.
one that will best guarantee your Patrol's driver testing program. I James continued, "U Elliott's ,
mortgage In of ol the training move to take Florida's
repayment case Upon completion over top
>C FROST-PROOF or conventional BB y Choice if lift- or rliM-hind death best fit Into your other schools the 131 examiners have committee post was sell-Inaptred, SHELTER-BUTCH E
f i refrigerator-freozsr models rVl doors it ni extra cost! financial protection needs and returned to their borne station it shows a lack ot respect for the FURNITURE CO.
+d best fit into your budget You and are putting into practice the normal processes of in-party pro .
ti. don't give the term ot the mortgage training learned aimed at Improving motion. A man offering himself MAIn .ISUII.
so we'll presume It is :20 the quality ot drivers on for office, should first and foremost ... SSI-Mil -
years Nor do you uy whetheror Uu Florida highways. have the knowledge to operate I Warehouse Ph. MAts MJOft t
''b3 r Thriftiest not it Is an amortizing mortgage I The examiners administer a in this arena at maximum .
so well presume It Is. Now, ,battery of examinations consistIng -
VACUUM CLEANED mortgage Insurance to cover this' ot written and vision tests. ,II IIi TIME TO
WE HAVE
Frigidaire REP AIRED can range Inmost from well under i vehicle Inspection, and a driving;l'' .
r 1 per cent of the mortgage principal test Devoe Fslnts
to 1 per cent. Two principal The Florida program of driver Plumbing Futures 2t
2-door! J 627-8403 I plans suggest themselves, out license examining started In 1941 Complete Line of
of the many available: by order ot tre legislature. A BulldlBf Msterlsls ,.
1. A mortgage redemption total of thirty examiners during .t Aloes Aluminum Booting
100-lb. top freezer Nights 127-6861 terra'Insurance policy This provides the first year administered approximately Cslvsnlied Roofing k CldUg _
has true zero reducing protection roughly 11,000 driver exam.I Housewares k Gifts t
cold. QUINCYVAULT equal to the balance due each !inations. I Carey Asphalt Roofing
zone I I year over the 20 yean. It would In 1961 over 725,000 driver license Gold Bond Sbeetroek t
I \ Fast ice freezing-- CO. pay off the mortgage balance Incase examinations were given by REMODEL aid Gypsum ProductsSportlnr =
of death, but would provideno the Highway! Patrol examiners Goods k Farm Supplies.
+ two Quickube trays, VAULTS MONUMENTS other protection, nor have any Ot these drivers examined lastyear B U I L D Plus Hundreds ef Other Items i
40 cubes. cub value. After the 20th year, 33 per cent failed the examination
I BELL
&
Automatic defrosting MAINLINE DRIVE there would be no continuing In- and had to return at a BATES HARDWARE CO.
QUINCY surance. An $18,000 policy would later date for re-testing. 11 NORTH MADISON STREET
QUUiCY
;' in refrigerator cost about 113 monthly These Florida examiners have, .. t
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<:nF.N OH-NTY TIMES. QUINCY ?%OIUDA, THURSDAY MAY a. 1961 PACt THHi-JP.!
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ihrn 4Lvj at W i "Nam" It', .*- fudge A B. Blackburn attended i !
I fully confusing to me the Florida Slate Exchange Club I II I
And also howcum when one annual 42nd) convention in Miami
AROUND rushes around to get the dishes I last week making it the
done and then puce down In front I 33rd consecutive year It's a record i
The of TV to watch one'i favorite that no other Exchangite: in Spealw bY0U
program, one falL asleep Then the state of Florida can equal. ? RHEALTH..4
sQvAREa finally one goes to bed and one'i Well, bye-bye for this week) ,
eyes are then ai big aj saucers I .
8, LESTER U () .
awM. A friend of mine said the was Granger Gets I

night determined to see to"The flay Nurses"awake-one to I Doctor Td Like To Know I "' DON MISS A ONE OF
she did her ironing then. I Air Medal ; THESE EXTRA SPECIALS !

Well, tome Ullle fourth graders -
Mew Lou Nicholson clan Saigon Viet Nam Airman IfT DAUGHTER Is pregnantfor were performed on the RHesva I STOP& SHOP JITNEY TODAY I
The weather It just too prettyto I- paid ui a visit last Friday I First Class Harold W. Granger the second Urn. She and monkey.All .
.have to work Inside. Notice,What energy and it took about son of Mrs. Daughty Smithermanof Mr husband were just told that people have as on.of their - - - -
the little powder pulls are covering ma room mother to handle the ftg Morgan Ave. Chattahoo- the baby, when born, will be a* blood components an RH factor
the Mlmou trees and : ve bunch. They were good but Ghee has received the U. S. Air RH" baby. They aN both ter Most people are RH positive. X
you noticed how beautiful the pe. 1 repeat what energy. Force! Air Medal for meritorious rified. Neither one really un- few are RH negative
tunlai are on the Gadsden County achievement In aerial flight over THE FINEST
what "RH" means
Sight of the Week A ladydriver lerstandi A newborn baby will not baffected
Hospital IfOUId.1XlowCllm Viet Nam. The airman is on duty
be ashamed
clear the Land to
pulled access I they seem when the mother and
Department Will I street into a parallel! parkingplat't with an Air Force advisory unit to ask the doctor to repeat the father are both RH I
armed forceof VI'INaln positive or
assisting the
someone please tell me howcum
on E. Jefferson Streetgot he
Vietnam Is used a* one wort: and I out and calmly started putting In aggression.their tight Airman against Granger Communist given: them when. they are both RH negative. I MEATS .

money into the parking meter .D. I
you
Never did find out what the out an Air Force aircraft load- If the mother ti RH positive
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all of us,
mauler, and other USAF personnel and the rather RH the
negative
HAULINGTRUCKING come moot was.A fascinating person to fly with Vietnamese Air [RI perhaps dis newborn baby will still net be IN TOWN y
Force! personnel to assist and advise our fears
talk to Is Bngitta Bietenholz It'sa affected
them on combat tactics fr. O.R.T, 1
pleasure to hear her talk about
Switzerland and the people. against the Viet Cong. The airman Important Different

And congratulations to Johnny Granger, whose of!Tallahassee father is, Is John a graduate T.. [I Mrs. T: It is only when. the mother U Every Piece Guaranteed!
to those RH
Taylor, a Quincy High senior, negative and the father U
ALL KINDS who won the Exchange: Club'sAmerican of Chatlahooihee. High School Dr. Oolrmui well versed In RII positive that strict observation
His "wife Mabel, Is the daughterof
Citizenship State t h* intricacies Important Lean Meaty
Speech Mrs. Bertha U Harvey of during pregnancy U
and Long Distance Contest! That's two yean In a Greensboro. of blood groupings RH factors ,
row now that the Quincy Ex- tan become confusing. Before C
Then If the
Furniture Insured baby growing In
change Club has sponsored a Colonel Thomas B. Kennedy undertaking the scientific explanation
winner Harold Young, you remember commander of the 315th! Troop it should be emphasized the womb of the mother has Inherited
was last year's winner. Carrier Group, made the presen that modem obstetrics hal factor, the father's RH positive NECKlb
Sam HulleyMAin Speaking of Harold he stoppedby tation. progressed to the point where a complex phenomenonoccurs
thst
the office not long ago to say to the RH may produce anemia C
hello. He had Just finished the "'.:8 Stl.K: tUTrll'llte danger newly-born I and Jaundice at birth.1ta..1) .
baby art reduce*to a minimum.
Italy A newspaper
last trimester at the Universityof Affected
7-6433 Florida and was glad to be received J24 with instructions to Excellent Cliaac* i BONES i
it to an orphanage An explanation i It Is interesting to note that
out of school for a little while. give The chances for survival and
He was one of the Tiger's Tale said the money was for the first-born child I Is rarely, If
S. ADAMS ST. bunch who whizzed in and out of,a line he imposed on himself for good health so*advanced now excellent.Wnen techniques ever, an RlI baby
traffic law in whichhe necessary I
here last year violating a A scientific explanation
may
II for Immediate Irannfu- '
James Stewart told me that almost caused an accident.Ilaving satisfy Intellectual eurloalt,. Large Fresh CaughtMULLET
i always deplored anyone slon of blood In the newborn
I who broke a traffic law, Urn unnamed Insure safety.When Potential parents of an RH I
man said he must pay baby however, need also the
NOW AVAILABLE atBILL'S any confusion exists
assurance that this eondlUon la
for his own error.
about this or any other medicalproblem
BAIT & TACKLE patients must be adult today controllable with safety lb.12C
and
ON DORMITORYISITS without any permanent effects
enough to tell their doctor
I Moscow Rusiia'i Young on the growth and healthof
frankly that they do not under.stand
MOTOR REPAIRS & PARTS Communist League Is angry overa the given explanation. For the child.
Moscow University edict forI sometimes patients and their While Dr. Coleman rennet U S. Good

EVINRUDE MOTORS & BOATS I I tlon"bidding between dormitory boy and"fratprnlza girl students families actually misunderstand are so tense that even they the Ifttfri frrtaJre, k"to trig aer roe Individual"ad_'
The students expressedtheir
jUMfione <" ftie column .ckj.netvr .
simplest explanation.
-o- resentment In a youth magazine possible sad whim thru BRISKET STEW 23c

YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT NEEDS I rule: was and"Insulting declared I ,,!the and o-asked ,Origin Of Letters are of general ," _. Atdrttt
The letters"RH" were chosen \your Irtteri to Dr. Cotema t scan
U they were no kmger "trusted.
CAN ALL BE FILLED ATBILL'S became the original studiesO of Hit niiivtpaper.

I Southeastern Home ( UK U. r atui 1't11114ioat-.) Fresh Pork
BAIT & TACKLE SHOPQUINCY'S h
Co., one of the largest
of its kind In Florida, Mortltaltt'l '
FISHERMEN'S HEADQUARTERS its ninth branch office
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WITH NO PREFERENCE NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN Large Iceberg Fresh Cut

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WILLIAM D. PAWLEY
TOM FAIRfIELD BROWN NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN

G. HAROLD ALEXANDER (Vote lor one)
BASIL M. LaVERGNE Boat

WILLIAM T. WAKEMAN

MARY ELLEN YOUNG IIEL.ENEM._ MORRIS a '

THELMA MAY L HARWOOD T. FISCHER FRANCES C. SALMON PORK BEANS 4 .39Gold <

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DISTRICT DELEGATESNinth ,/r
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand traction till be seen by 700.Ku I KIM K4ITKCT8 AND CUBA
The National OutlookBy million persons during the r*" It U believed that the Sorts;
onnUnuto year fair period. Union may have pulled' it* grotty.air .
THE CHATTAHOOCHEK: TRIBUNE
----- Improved transportation facUi- l(>- rocket from Cuba whet
PubUihad each Thundav it IS S MMtioD Street<< Oowjie Hagadoni would depine Fidel Castro of its'
ties, faster air schedule
alit 1ncTe_. He have superhighways
A Jab H ffrni NnrinntHTC8TABIJSHED may means to shoot American rpyptane
IB01Qulncy /tr I spoiled his Intended l effect by addIng and expanded rail facilities from the slue over Cuba,
UUO
norld AM WHEAT what ran be taken u a prom make" It passiMe for more II Ibis I II true It would help explain
In a mnl spiwUi lo laborIcadtrs iae that It they fall to exercise< people to visit me 14-5 lair than Castro May day assertion
HffanH 1am **ng fat m QUIBCT Ptondo
PiiHuknt Johnson prom such 'fu.1he wemmcnt ever before Travel agent and t hat Cuba I* alone In her dispute
On. Year 1300 Two \/mn .01D Bti Motitns til bed hat, It ollxr measure for, will mope up labor transportation companies\ offer with the United State

J U Hutthliifcon ______---.__'_'''._'' ___ P.bi>.* tDor $ tta.Ring full mptayment tail, he surplus by an expanded public tour to fit most any pocket book.
"r.\ \ will turn to a of work program. It Is estimated that more people ,
program stepped RlfellN A4UB9
Carman __ __ _._.._ 44 /.rt+.tiiff sad N. v. will visit the fair thin ever
up public wurki When you think: A United State source flU-
about It, this approach bran II visited any fair In history and mate the Russians may be buildIng .
: disturbing respmManue to the Too Late while hotels and motels will be atomic! powered submarine
wasteful and futile device we taxed' to care for the crowds, all ,at be rale of seven to ten
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ftlHl& NATIONAL EDITORIAL have been uamg tar several decade To expense tour are provided by year This apppar to about a
to deal with agriculturalsurpluses. Classify travel aiiencie that Include not match he Anurican
\ production
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only transportation to New York
: I schedule. Russia, however
;: Q 41ASC8TIcN: In fflect the President has proposed ttj BuMtD Ka1 :but hotel reservations, transporlation riven no Indication of a tormina. has
that if tyro Is aa uival lo and from the fairgrounds :lion date for her atomic submar
'tH2 able gurplui of labor, the govern- Along a SdO.font front on Met< Including admission and I Ine program.
/5vi mint will remove that aurpliu flow Luke Flushing Meadow I guide *'rvloe. Ground transportation I
from the market by buying it up| Park, at :New York World at the fair Itself has been Why Is it that talk
among all
w with public fumta. This I ta of Fair the State' of Florida hal ( markedly improved over previous '!the other commodities,
Birmingham And The Bronx I course exactly stet we have been sled a O.5 million undue of fairs and visitor will find it pas I.S3 cheap? remains
3 r tang for many years with respect attraction and advantage 'I'Io.. sible to reach the various areas
The doubt standard some adherent of the civC f +. + tls lo tural surpluses commudiliei of certain alulad viewing! by a potential U comfortably with a minimum 01,1
persons during the two year per walking ,
right bill exhibit serves to explain on. of the implacable But (he existence of a surplus tad of the fair U you are planning a vacation.I Floor Coverint
opposition the treasure 1 II encountering in the Senate. whellxr of labor or of wheat While the official opening of why not make It to the fair Take'
Reaction from Administration quarter and Northern h'"RJTY'd + is evidence of some Irnpedimen the fair and the Florida exhibit; the family along and enjoy yourself Including Formic
to the opiraUun of normal market recently was marred The educational advantages
liberal ranks to the abortive New York "stall.in" maneuver M xouxuat which would otherwise and racial demonstrations by poorweather ; are tremendous and very much'' Inlaid linoleum. rubber

gives foe of the bill a persuasive argument that it ,bring six a balance between the situation has Improved! worthwhile.JOHNfiOVS. I rtnrL corkCounter
could well be distorted Into a punitive and preferentiallaw suwdy! and demand. steadily since then and with the I
ArtUidal Impndumite return of good weather and the HEALTHIn
Instead of one achieving equal Justice for all. Top
In the cue of farm product, absence of agitator a normal answer to a query concerning
Obvious/! implementation will be the governing --jJcMI1'DC ATBCfTK EM# OF TlaE IJ'BOW/ the impediment it clearly the flow of visitor now streams the President health, the
factor in the effect of any legislation enacted In this field. government price support proTarn. through the exhibit dally with White House issued a statement WorkAU
attendance steadily Increanlng. that despite the whirlwind he
And when the earn voices which vociferously advocated baseball televised, the greater the Intent And the World by Farm government prices action are maintained at a Starting with the Chicago has been keeping, President pace Johnson '

the propriety of civil disobedience in Birmingham Series still fetches a good price, as does the All.Star game. l evil which would cause more to Worlds ralr In 1933, Florida ex '* heart I Ia apparently still TfP"
'
os loudly decry it In the Bronx one can be forgiven for Football Is a more spectacular, body.ontact be produced than could be wild. hibtts have dominated tale. display doing fine There are Indication
sport and attracted
The record smash the President know how to mix
wondering where and how the new civil rights bill wouldbe Baseball U different and is played seven days a week, this government by paying tanners trys to balance nut to Inc crowds at Cleveland Great rest and relaxation with his fast Expert Installation

most stringently enforced if enacted not one. It will be nice, if there is a Monday night Major produce and it then accepts the Lake Exposition, the World Fair stepping work day. I I

The law should be Just c* blind to geography as League game each week, but If it 1.110 kill off the weekend obligation of buying up the remaining In M New again York at the in 1939 19b4-5 and fair I* doing Golfer from 3 lo 15 will com-i: SHEtFER.BLITCH
surplus In
Justice Is to color. No amount of platitudes can gloss games, the committee: now working for the baseball about 4 billion ol the recent taxpayer yean,' Florida Is no stranger the pole in the 18th National PeeWee "
over performance when evidence suggests that truth Is owners will have short-changed fan. moray has been spent annually population of (the -.rId'1 greatest Golf Championships In Or'lando ""I t' .l.wt.t
being Ignored. toe these lc vlllCL metropolitan area, noro the nation June 2324. The Pee Wee J'Q\ItIC'f norroA<<
In the labor market a variety for that matter Our previous Is sponsored by the Orlando C. of
QUINCYCALENDAR of law and pressures have re- exhibition i show windows have all C. and Minute Maid. I
Mail And Filthy PicturesA wiled lea wage level higher/ : played an Important part In attracting [ -- -- -- --
visitor and home .I
OF EVENTS than would have occurred in a seeker
free market This ii especially and acquainting Industry with
Congressional member who Introduces legislation truo In the unskilled owiipatkms: the ninncrout advantage this:
against transmission of filth through the mails usually A Community Service by the elves die current incidence of unemployment slat otters

sets himself up as a target for two groups the Amer. Cadsden la most K-verc. The the You can depend on it, many dpeople I Wm'U''
Chamber of Commerce
County 627-8S18 .
sequence I is the tame as In the now visiting our I NoW to'teakeiyaU
Icon Civil liberties Union and the Justice splendid ,
DepartmentSuch Bnoultiiral area: artificially\ high.: exhibit will later become
has been the case far Representative Glenn Calendar Is baled on information reported by club price mean unsalable mi-plum permanent residents and new Ins I
The suggestion ot dustrk attracted by the exhibit I telephon est: ., ,
a public ImI'kIJI'UIIIlI'n
,
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GL Neb.).
Cunningham Mcretcorlet ,
and program directors a* of the Friday preceding ax a cure sue unemploy will bring new business and enterprise -I T
Under the midwestemer't proposed legislation a publication. ment< has an the drawback of the to the (tale. Increasing i
receiver would be allowed to decide for himself whether farts price support procram employment and strengthening even bette f. s ,

incoming mail appealed to his "prurlent Interest"If Thursday May 21Canning Center, 8 .5: Florida State and tome helps others Ole .more The produitive farm program our economy.The site occupied. by the FlorIda I ,

u did and he objected to such appeal he Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St.; Men's Slow and well-off farmer but dncsnt exhibit la as desirable u any'

could ask the Post Office to Instruct the sender to remove Pitch Softball, Joe Wedeles, Inc. vs. N. F. Expertmentals .give much help to the poor lurmr on the grounds It covers JliJ:

his name from the mailing list Failure to do so could 7.30 p.m., Doyle Conner Field. liar' way on marginal, a public land.work In program a slml- acres *near which one adjoins of the main a ISflO-enranee -

result In a $5,000 fine and/or five year in JaiL Center would probably make more job car parking lot. Also situated, In
Friday May 22Canning 8 5; Pilot Club, 7pm., this lake
f or killed and area are e amphithe i
The department contends this would open the way to Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter, 9-12, Pot Of. ,Pre. It Is hard experienced to gee how It work cano : atre, the exhibit : I taw ail and'l
constant deletion! from mailing lists, and endless red ice; Alcoholics Anonymous and AI-anon Family' much for the untrained and In-' Texas and the Continental Circus

tape. Some people according to Justice, believe catalogues Group, 8 p.m., SL Paul Parish House. :xperienced who are the fore of' flood, while boat rides exciting monorail and I
our unemployment problem.rnil.kmn along the edge of
containing picture of ladies in underwear appealto the lake
give visitor
a person'. prurient Interest. Monday, May Canning Center, 8. 5; Klwanl Club, A* we have seen limilved In the history view or mariner view an of aerial the

And whO The Cunningham bill may have minimum 1pm., Jefferson House; Eastern Star 8 p.m., Masonic'of[ the farm program, one form wale Florida exhibit wide the
Bldq.' Social Security Representative, 9:30 of t intervention bade logically to maKnlflrent Florida citrus tower -
: a.m.,
chance of enactment oat can sympathise with the :thirj Controls III visible from main arteries It's easy Juit check
desire of many to keep their mailboxes free of the trash Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: I cllon proliferate over An individual olvn-cnd well as most of the grounds and as Its the directory before calling ,
often aimed at us. p.m. Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4pm., First claim la eNlahllshed against thepublic estimated that this single at That way you save the time of a call to
Presbyterian Church: Men Slow Pitch Softball : revenues New problem "information" or avoid the annoyance of*

Randy's vs. N. F. Experimental, 7:30: p.m., Doyle are I t created I II but the original probem "wrong number",
never olved
LBJ Triumph Checking the directory first I 18 the smart way to
Conner Field; Jaycees, 7:30: p.m., Jefferson House The strange renlrlctlon which
service better.
make telephone even
your --
I accompany the farm price
Peace has finally come to the railroad front after Tuesday, May 23- Canning Center, 8 5, Rotary Club, I port program amount to a sup raonlnir //wswv

i years of frustration, fears and intermittent crises. It was 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic :right among farmers, of the ses e
to
j achieved without resort to drastic government action BIdg; Business and Professional Women, 7 pm, I II1ttreU' Could It pnxluce be that we rrrlain may eventual products.

and this must be recorded as a major personal victory Restaurant; Mei's Slow Pitch Softball, Mass I ly see government rationing of the .
for President Lyndon Johnson. MY Drugs vss Joe Wedeles, Inc., 7:30: p.m., Doyle I right to seek or hold a }fit

H* achieved through personal persuasion and adroit Conner Field of The his speech President to devoted urging the the labor bulk I I Quincy Telephone Co

something neither of two predecessors had leaden to SMI ta IW 41
maneuvering uie restraint In their
Wednesday, May 27- Canning Center, 8.5; Navy R. ;
been able to bring off a settlement of on* of the demands for wage and fringe be M
cruiter.: 10:30 a.m.. Post Office; Exchanae. Club. 1 .D,m.
touchiest Iabor.manag.m.nt (and automation) disputesIn Jefferson House -

th. nation.

Recognition of his role was tacit In the word of Thursday, May 28- Canning Center, 8.5; Florida State

\\1 spokesmen far both sides as the agreement was an. Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St; Men's Slow

nounced. They readily acknowledged that It was the Pitch Softball, Talquin Electric Coop. vs Massey

Chief Executives hand which swung the issue. Drugs, 7:30: p.m., Corry Athletic Field. CHEVROLETmakes

The slake in the were high.In .
game .
Friday. May 29Canning Center, 8 5; Alcoholics
the balance was more than the question whetherthe
Anonymous and MAnon Family Group, 8 p,m., SI.Paul' .
railroads unions would win The
an
or argument.
Parish House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12,
public Interest of the whole country its .conomy and

its security was at issue unless the matter could be Post Office. all types of trucks

arbitrated without a strike. Monday, June 1- Kiwanis Club, I p.m., Jefferson House; quality

Also Involved was the future of collective bargaining Canning Center, 8 5; American Legion, John W.

which would have been dealt a serious blow had It Shaw Post 84, 8 p.nu American Legion Home; Masonic .

become necessary for the government to sell the railroads Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30, RAM Tal-

to prevent a transportation tie-up. Mar-Quln Council 23. 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social ,

The settlement may well be one of the major feats Security Representative, 9:30: a.m. Courtroom, l

of the LBJ Administration. Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30 p,m., Scout

Huf; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 pm., First Presbyterian

Tho GNP Church.

Tuesday, June 2- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club,
First quarter-estimates of the Gross National Product 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meeting .

fall to give a clear Indication of the impact of the lax 8 p.m.: Lone Club, 7pm., Kittrsll. Restaurant;
I
reductions. Men's Slow Pilch Softball Talquin Coop. vs. Ran
What first quarter figures do Indicate, however, Is dy's. 7.30 p.m., Corry Athletic Field. i
thJ11 may be six months or mar before a discernible
statistical picture emerge Wednesday June 3- Joyce, 12 noon, KittreU's Restaurant .;

For while the Gross National Product Increased by Navy Recruiter 10:30 a.m., Post Office; Exchange :

$85 billion between the last quarter of 1963 and the Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House, Canning Center .

first quarter of 1964, it rose $11.S billion in the previous 8 5; Army Recruiter, Post Office; Marine Re .i ; IT

quarter. cruiter. 9 12, Post Office.

However the slackening in the growth rate ls probably
explained by the failure of inventory accumulation BIBLE VERSE .. Where found* may these word !be

and plant and equipment investment to register gain
Both these components are expected to move upward "".It'li lh n>fnn>l Air ) 1
"iMwvn to MMm*
and with and know aul what tear four Lord
soon, coupled rising consumer outlays an
-
d..11I .....1fI, J. Jeus Christ
expanding volume of construction, this Is expected to 1. Who gave the above 'am2.. To his rwrlve disciples.J. .
produce quarterly Increases beyond the $15 billion mark. ingt The
coming of Christ toJudgement
If increase are not forthcoming, there'll b* questionsabout J. Te whom was he speaking' .
3. About what event was r*
I the effect of this years tax cuts.
spooking ___ 4. Matthrw 24: C. __

Baseball And TV


Major League baseball owners working througha PEANUT HULLSFor

special committee, are trying to land a lot television

contract something on the order ol one recently signed
by professional football. The idea according to John, Your Yard Care

Fetzer, of the Detroit Tigers Is to offer fans a Major

League game every Monday night Shrubbery Flowes
One good feature oi the proposed plan Is that all CHEVROLETCheck

teams would share equally In the financial gravy and I

that all teams would be televised during the season. EASY TO HANDLE

But If. as Fetxer recently hinted this money packagewere :

to mean that eventually weekend Major League


I the T-N-T truck deals now at your Chevrolet dealer's
Sports ions today Including shuttns. Invalids and
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others, are offered several Major League baseball game I

very weekend (on Saturday and Sundays It Is almost ..1IIiIS

" a miracle In modern science and sports, something Ian I

a few yean ago would have not believed poaalble. I LEE PARRAMORE

Americans see the. game tree in their living

I,I room II Major League owner aren't getting enough' MT. PLEASANT MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET (O

money from television. the solution leal to raise the .

price and reduce the number ol games televised. : PHONE 856VS222 23 North Adams Street
The over-exposure Tine'. is a myth. The root good Qulncy. Ilcrtch



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4. STUDENTS RECEIVE SUPERIOR liked how past developed pictures! ,"
..- of houses. When you cut on the L
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a yellow paper. And I thank you
for the name plutrs. Itt t

Your friend
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Mr llutrhlnson. ,
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L. I liked the Times office because
'_ t:1: ot the machines and the
FrJ name plates. I liked 'how you developed
\ the house on the paper
ryas. The machines that made the
,. v name plates wr Interesting.
-- -- Mostly 1 liked tine priming machines
Naary Beur Judy Resell Judith Smltk Linda Blur They would print things

Top rating: of superior was Quincy I thigh School, where Linda so fast Thank you for letting us

awarded Judith Smith Judy Russell is a sophomore and Nancy a 'go.Your friend
and Linda Baur. at i
Nancy
co Junior Linda played a saxophone Dan Godwin.
the Slate Music Festival held recently ; solo and was accompanied Dear Mr. Hutchlnmn,
In Tallahassee
:
al the piano by Nancy. Judy andJudith I liked the machines they
Judith Is the daughter of Mr.
both played piano solos. worked tine, but I like the print
and Mrs. Thomas student Smith. She the is, The Judges were most compll'menlary ing machine bent and you had STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS were elected at Quincy
at
eighth grade
c Quincy an Junior High School. Judy ot the girls' performances fine workers, too. I hope 1 can High School Pictured from left to right are: Billy Bryant-

is the daughter of Mr. and Mn They were awarded two come Your again friend and lei the n18l'l R'a. parliamentarian Mary Louis Lester- president Pat

John Russell. She Is also an medals one for district super'fa Linda Hall., arramore-- secretary, Kay Sanlord- chaplain, Christy
and the other for state
eighth grade student at QuIncy. superior Dear Mr. llutchlnmn Smith vie president and not shown, Lamar Munro*-
and Linda are the
daughters Nancy of Mr. and Mrs Joe I All four girls are piano students Thank you toe snowing' us treasurer. --. Tiger's Tale Photo
Baur, They are students 'Ithl' of Mn, LaVetra Armstrong. around the Times office I enjoyed -- -- 1
it much I think I have 1
....-:) .., ..-... U--" I very lYggy Perkins. \)
Icarnel M about what
: a 1 f4l
saw. Dear Mr. lIutchlnl1llll.I ,
SHADE TOBACCO H. Marcus Edward, Outstanding Young Farmer tor 1964," 1* prey easily to everything from the \lsit. They were shown Your friend
I penis to hail, the slakes are high! Through 'the plant by the pub- through the .' ::1
pointing out the tying up procedure of shad tobacco to some Quincy Jaycees.Alex I Anellt Sm!th. enjoyed going
'A few ot the countys whiles I latter, J. Love Hutchlnson.
printing office. Thank for
McMillan (left), Jimmy Allman and Don Brown. Photo by Martin's Studio have prospered because of the Tuesday Hutchlnawi received Dear Mr. Hulchlnnon, till name. I hope 1 1'11t'Omt'you "ta.8i"
foresight ot the late Pat Mums, letters of appreciation from them: Thank you for showing the again/ sometimes. .
than that. He has been constantlyat Ralph Perkins were winner, run a banker who urged his customersto 1 which follow: class all the machines but I did Love,
C. D. Johnson work throughout his Masonic ner-up and consolation winner Invest in Coca-Cola stock His I Dear Mr. Hutchlnson, not get to see ail the machines Candy Sttic tilaixi. He .h.JIln his smelt
career In behalf of Masonry In respectively In the fifth flight. son Bradley said the county probably Thank for the talk you but the one 1 like beet was the charge concerning the, Is
this area and particularly WashIngton Sixth flight top prize went to had one ot the largest percapita you I liked the nameplate printing machines and thank you Dear Mr. Hulchlniion, guard thee.-(Luke .:101
.tl...4 trim Pats O..> I save us Friday. Think you for taking me
you gave me, and I liked through the office. I enjoyed thevieit If we but seek It through
he has done for his and consolation went to : oould come again and visit.
things runner-up world. I
stock In the
many
of the all the machlnec I saw. They : I
the finance committee home Lodge Is start it back on the Dear Davis and Joe Mcacham. Your friend, and the machines. Thank reverent prayer we can Always
church.He road to financial solvency. He The seventh flight was dominated "The Quincy Stats Bank of''were very interesting. I wish I Oulda Touchlon you fur printing my name. I hope have the protectioi >{
wu born In Gadsden County which Mr. Munroe Is executive could go some other day. I I can come buck """I. God
matter where
was directly responsible for carrying by P. J. Ephrlam, closely Dear Mr Hutchinro, ne we r< or
on November S, 1S05, the old out a program ot refinancingthe followed by Cart bowler, runner- vice president, stands as another Yours truly I want to thank y 'u for all the Your friend what we do, provided our

est child of the Johnson late W. W.In John-1929 Lodge indebtedness which baa up, and Bill Dyer consolation.Bob monument genius.to his father's financial Dear Darrell Mr. Ray.Hutchtrumn, printing machines ynu ..ho..1II, Ann Taylor. motives ...good and sincere J;
son and Mrs. mado it possible for the Lodgeto Wind, pro manager ot the 1 think I learned a kit about Dear Mr. Hutchlnwm
married Miss Elizabeth Clyde "When the "bank I1ollday''aM I thank you for the nameplatees
he back Its Just obligations.Brother I he felt the them. Thank you fur the name
pay club, stated that
declared in 1933 at the depths of I for our class and my
Harrison. .1 \Nl visit at Gadnden
I
labored rn>< my
Johnson has long tournament was s huge success plate.
the the bank's liquidity I It much tun In INSECTICIDESSOIL
Depression name was
Durward was a past presidentof and well for the Craft, and his 1 and expressed gratitude to Boll It very Your friend County Times. Some ol the hn>'sami
was 87Vi per cent of its assets the Oidsdcn County Times Office -
the Quincy Chamber at Commerce election to the station of Senior Bates Hardware Company, SixIterBlitch Kddle Ranctt gills lout their" name sb'rlitey.
Tellers stacked 11t1 [ I like the maker.
Community money plates Mart I of them stilllmvetheir FUMIGANTS
the Quincy Grand Warden Is Justly deserved.We and KletrherCanley for Pear Mr llulrlwiinnI
tables in the lobby and raised the Your friend
Chest the Gadsden County Tobacco his homefolks, are looking I donation of many ot the awards. appreciate name plates, 1 still have
blinds that customers could Bill Rlid : Jlla: lnau:1typtl
so l'II.
Festival and Fair AsIIOCla.tlon forward to the apex of his Masonic Die printing office my name plate I Umnk you for WEED KILLERS
and the Quincy Rotary Club I, career in an outstanding drop by for a reassuring look Dear Mr. Hulchlnson. and all the printing nut- showing us srmmd the Gadsdanndainty
of the Quincy Times Cites "The county's three other banks Thank you for showing M Times. I think 1 have
lie was treasurer term as Grand Master of Masons chines. 1 appreciate you showing
I Development Corporation, a non In Florida In 19t"Johnny and a home loan agency are Insured through the printing office. Thank us how you print "tasters and learned a little more abmit the SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
promoting new by the Federal Deposit you for the name plates. .. machines at Gadwk-n. County
corporation making name Pl .
profit our ....... .. .
Os. Your
Industry In this area, at the time I c. rear P. Insurance Corporatist Quincy friend, Your friend I Times.
Stale Bank Is nut, some residents Joe.
Your friend
I of his death. Taylor fire In nearby Tallahassee, she say, because of an aversion .to [Dear Mr. Hulthlnaon' Dean MtCnrmli-k, Jennie'V.II...
active In Dear Mr. Iliitchliium, I
became .
Mr. Johnson
voiced anger and bitterness toward Federal supervision. Thank you for showing us
the Masonic order on July 26,I (h.a.ree f... P... Orr/ whiles\ In Florida and New "Mr. Munroe said he had talked around the printing: office. Thank Thank you for showing us '
1SJ7. when he received his Entered York. She was arrested for pick- with agency officials\ about cm you' for putting my name on apiece around the Times colt 1 likedthe So; far, we have not heard agreat Sales & ServiceInc.
I Apprentice degree. lie became 1 art Is the editor of the local club's! cling' she said, outside the Florida erase several yean ago but that of Iron and 1 had fun looking machine at the dame o| the outcry against the tlI.'IIt..
a Master Mason on August, bulletin. Pavilion at the Worlds lair they had asked, 'Why bother"' at the picture you made. But building. And thank pius for the .
28, 1928. He served Washington\ "She argued that Negroes without It that red nanm plates
The Quincy Exchange dub also after so long a period liquid dtdn smell good
Lodge as Worshipful Master In was named lit runner in Best would never be tree, in that "Our capital structure Is so high Your friend, Your friend The big people In this world
up
1943 and has been secretary of Club Award which Involves overall word's fullest sense, to register\ that you might say we're self.Insured Pat Hlgglns.\ Roger Skipper. usually leave oft DM big titles Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101
the Lodge since 1947 with the club activities and lit runner under the present system o( race ,' he explained."Qulncy's Dear Mrs Hutchlnaon, Dear Mr. Hutchlnson,
exception ol the year Jgj(). He 1 relations hen. She declared angrily I enjoyed my visit In the QUINCY FLORIDA
up in attendance at the convenboa 1,874 residents Include I liked the trip very much.' I Long,winded lalkrre
oflii-e Friday, I are today
printing thought
Grand Lodge
19
had served on that they Intended to change
six millionaires, according liked to the
having 10 adults and 8 junior see men work the liked till out of .their. age
has name plate moc'lI
and
committees since 1946 that system by one means or another very
members present. They were Mr. to Mr. Munroe while perhaps another machines. Thank you fur the
hold 18 Grand Lodge appointive and Mrs. A. D. Macon, Mr. and and said that violence might six live elsewhere in the paper Thank you for telling usahmit thought everything was Inter
offices, serving twice as Senior Mn. Randolph Jones, Mr. and result. county. the machines. esting.
Grand Deacon. Mn. A. B. Blackburn, Dale Set ti' "The situation here points up "The confidence born of this Your friend, T Your friend t, I' HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
lie was also a member of the \her, Jack Strkkland, Frank Pitt- the more subtle banters to Negro background was hardly shaken Lynda Hand. Dear hang Mr. llutdiln Wiggins
York Rite, the Scottish Rite, the man, Manning: Taylor and Mrs. registrations. Observers believe last January by the beginning orCORE'I Dear Mr. Hutchlnson, I I m, .' CARS
the
Shnne and the Order of the East- John Lewis Taylor. I these probably will remain even confrontation with the Thank you fur showing theprinting f't\I em Star, and held the honorary Junior members In attendancewere after opposition by registrars hasbeen police And James Farmer, nr liked the Way I the machine that USED PARTS for all makes
degrees of the Red Cross of Contantinr eliminated in the more than tional director of CORE, came you printed etthel Thank burned on the picture. But then
Jim Spanner, Joel Embry papen.I I liked the machine that of Can and Truck
had the
end the Royal Order of 100 Southern counties where It to town and spoke In the Negro you for the name plates. I enjoyed
Robert Lodge, Neat DaviA, Patsy serious obstacle. typewriter on It. Well 1 gu'w 1a I Iant .
Scotland.A McNeil Martha still constitutes a church with no Interference from It very much. 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
,
Mary Massey, '
make up mind so I'll
In his < my
Masonic Night Your
Family whites. friend
Patricia Parramors and Johnny Just have to say thank antI WE BUY JUNKED CARS I
Outnumber white you
honor was scheduled for Saturday >er ra "However' Mrs. Due said both Leigh Qulnn.
evening May 23 at the Sawano Taylor "As in most of the others, Ne- the police and sheriff's deputies Dear Mr. J. L. Hutchlnmn, enjoyed It very niu<'h. j 1422 W. Jtiftraon MAin 7.7115
Club in Quincy. The affair which Jack Strickland was elected to goes outnumber whites In Gads- had followed her constantly, that I liked the visit to the Gads Your friend
has been cancelled, was to have the State Board of Control of the den County 24.9J1! to 17,038. Agriculture officers had parked outside Negro den County Times. 1 am happy
been Jointly sponsored by the Florida State Exchange dubs.Goli dominates Its ectnomy churches white voter rallies were you made our name on apiece
local Lodge Gee Lodge No. 21, of although It has some mining and In progress and had made a display of lead.
Chattahoochee, and Havana Lodge light Industry. And Its racial of taking automobile license Your friend \
Ho. 167. Many distinguished Masons TourneyOnlliur customs are marked by the carrolandstick -, plate numbers at rallies and outside Allen Dallon. FIRST IN THEIR CLASS !
from over the Stale and Nation paternalism ot the the registrar's office, [Dear Mr. Hutchlnson.
had been Invited.A ( from less O..> Old South. "..ndrf |>olliw Watch Thank you for the name plate
paragraph extracted from But In some ways It differssharply "J.' W. Hair, the Quincy policechief you gave me. I know 1 will l enJoy -\
the printed program for the now Ted Rodrlque and Andrew Smith from typical Black Brit conceded that Mrs. Due using It.
cancelled Saturday night affair, claimed runner-up price with counties. Its 8OuO acres of she do- Ud been kept under surveillance I enjoyed looking at the many
reflects the feelings of his fellow'Bouncy Cox winner of consolation. grown tobacco produce a multimillion '. His formal title, director ol public different machines at the list t.
llnsorm. It read: dollar crop used for clgai safety, and that of his organization den County Times offli, I still I II
"Although W4 are honoring him I Jim Brocket was victorious In I wrapper. the public safety department don't think 1 could work one, I
I at this time because his recent t: the fourth flight trailed b> And b because the tubairo -: attest to Quincy's concern You have helped many people
election to the Grand West, Broth. Craig: Flowers' amj Charles': MeGlnnls. -, now ripening under miles ol with Its national reputationas In this city.Thank .
er Johnson means a whole lot: cheesecloth Is one of farnving's a well-ordered city. you.
more to the Lodges of this are Bill Flowers Bill Smith and I greatest gambles, falllnj: "Mrs. Due contended that local' With much love, I
Negroes looked up to her u a Mellnda Langfoni.
I "representative of a national or- PA 1 learned many things from FROM FLETCHER-CANTEY
I I gaiuiatlon." By following her and our trip
stopping her for questioning, she [Dear Mr. Hutchlnson,
said, the police rekindled old Thank you for the name plate
fears among Negroes, which you made me. I have enjoyed
matte them Increasingly reluctantto using It. I enjoyed seeing everything YES THE BEST, MOST WANTED, AND

To The register. In the printing ollice. But
People blue also said some Negroes i I sill dun'I understand' why you MOST-APPRECIATED GIFTS COME FROM
Involved In the current drive and use that red and clear liquid.
those of the past had lost their I Thanlc'ou.he mat that you
Jobs and had been subjected to gave my thus. My mother got
other pressures. the same newspaper that i FLETCHER-CANTEY MEN'S WEAR. OUR

"The economic dependence of printed on the mat Friday, fell'
OfGadsden Negroes on whites, a dependence the man that was at the other EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF GRADUATE-
grounded In near-prverty Iahe Llnotyp machine thank w case of some farm workers U another he cleaned" off my name

Mn.major DIM. handicap She stud that accordingto auto pia Ie.m1 I It'tll'r.hqeuuq fOIl YSd J'Pa4. I APPROVED FASHIONS AND GIFTS ARE

lived under cundllluns approaching I Your friend,
slavery Whites denied this. Laura Sperling.
STRICTLY TOP OF THE CLASSI
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CountyI "She was asked If the Negrue Dear) Mr. Hulrtunson. -
goal was to build up their political I want 10 thank you for letting
: inlhirnce and use It to improve us come to the Times office and
their lot. She Indicated she I thank yes fur the ,
thought this would be Impossible Ihadlunw.tchlngth.mJpn?! TO MAKE YOUR GIFT SHOPPING EASIER

bec:1WIPhe .)'StftQ.If I mans name on sons eavst

ready" 'Quinry to go Into CORE direct ls action letting," A bny in Mre. Hkilolaon' room, I WE HAVE THE SIZES, MEASUREMENTS,

wish to take this opportunity to thank all of I, she said with an air of pleasedexpectsn I Team) Mr."""" ..... EmbrJ.
y. 'Its going to be s Huichlnson, CORRECT
MAILING ADDRESS AND FUTURE
long hot summer.' I enjoyed .last >lrt.y'i trip ,
very much Thank

my "home folks" who saw fit to give me their Fourth Graders 'the m.plates.wi wort.Pnjcyed yap Thank 1M"forhto, )'flU aUvery PLANS OF ALL THE MALE GRADUATES OF

IIIIQ R tong UI through

support in my recent campaign.It Write 'ThankYou' the With 0111I.love... I THE FOLLOWING AREA HIGH SCHOOLS -

Lashes !llIra"" .
Letters Dear Mr. Hutdunvn,
I thank you for showing our QUINCY ATTAPULGUS
class through the Times offX,,.

was most gratifying to see the wonderful 1'Mnlypupil.. c4 the 4th I stamps.also ttiank 1 you lor our name GREENSBORO BAINBRIDGE
grade at Quincy Elementary wthoughtveIderw)
%-honl which Is taught 'by Mrs 1II8d nf* machines HAVANA BRISTOL

: vote that I received in Gadsden County. to Malrnlm the plant Mdmiann ol th made. Cadadm a visit Your In rind the ,world.
CHATTAHOOCHEEALL
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I County 1'nveut Friday morn.to Tory baa.
.. gevtral ol the mothers e* Dear Mr. llutdiinsnn,
the boys and girls alao nuuk I fnjnyxj last Friday's trip. 1
GIFTS WRAPPED WITHOUT CHARGE

: I also wish to tell all my friends to save all of IN ATTRACTIVE GRADUATION


FORA

their buttons because "THE GO TEAM" will be MOTIF PAPER

AND ALSO WRAPPED


going again. FREE RIDE FOR OUT-OI TOWH MAILING


IF YOU WISHI

TO THE POLLSON FREE: DELIVERY TO ALL LOCAL GRADUATESIF


THANKS AGAIN PURCHASED BEFORE GRADUATION.







SCOTT KELLY TUESDAY, MAY 26 fllclttIJCa.hy



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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand traction will be wen by 700,000 III'M ROCKETS AND cut
bNWR 7 Rr The National Outlook million persons during the two It I* believed that the SWIM
oonUnutn* iAr.ty'R year air period. Union may have pulled Its grottrf.tinJr .
THE: CHATTAHUUCHBK TRIBUNE l1tJCgs ? tta. 4 -- Improved transportation fadli- rocket from Cuba wl,irj,
Published each Thur d.. at It S MurtiWD Street Rj Goorge Hajpxlonisntrus bet, faster air schedules superhighways would deprive bidet Castro of tip'
A Join H f>rr / NnrtrxiftfESTABUSHED He may haw mean to shoot American -17!
IB01Qulncy IAHORAM 1-intended effect by add. and expanded rail tndl- plane from the skiet over Cuba
rinrldaPBW ) nlU>Ll'tl WHEAT be taken as a prom-: idles make it possible for morepeople It this i* true it would help #.
_It ,_ f........ .* Qwnrv ftftndaOn In a rr 'enl RpuwA la labor- they fail to exercise to visit me 14-S fair than plain Castro' May day asseruor
and
li.irtui I'nsHk'nl! Johnnnn prom t wenumn 1 ever before. Travel agent that Cuba I* alone In her dispute
Year taUO Two Vmn KM Bas Month fill wed that if other measures far n:1Mtht labor transportation companie offer with the United State

J L. HuU-hhikon ________ _.-...._. ..w_ Pa6t.alw 1Z attaining: full rmployroeut tail, hewill urplui! by an expanded public: lain to fit most any that pocket book.It
_._.___ ._. ,,. l turn to a program of stepped. works program. Is estimated more pry RlHalAV" A-WBS
Don Carman _. Acf .fttl' end Ntwi up public worfu). When you think pie will visit the fair than ever A United State source eth
about It, tins ppniarh beers a viatod any fair In history and mates the Russian may be building .
QRtnq disturbing renetnbhuK to the Too Lale while hotel and motel will be atomic powered submarine
$ ( wakeful and turtle drviiv we taxed to care for the crowds, all at the rale of seven to her, ,i
NATIONAL EDITORIAL have been urine for severs expense tour are provided by year This appears to about
wit* to Oral with deoTo Classify travel aflendcf that Include not match the American production
O ''M2t1 suipluwt.la only transportation to New York schedule. Russia, however hat
r::=;. : ( L effect the Pretklent has proposed By Bunco Kay but hotel reservations, transportation Riven no Indication of a termination
C III that, if there U an carat la and from the fair date for her atomic ubmar.
c able surplus of labor, the government Along 500-foot front on Mo- growls Including admission and Ire program.
,ttON will remove thai surplus low Lake 'hi blushing Meadow guide service. Ground traiupor-
from the market by buying it up Perk, at the New York World's tauon at the fair Itself has been Why li it that talk among all
with public fumls. This U of Fair the State of Florida hassled cre markedly Improved over previous the other commodities, remains
Birmingham And The BronxThe I A rS (ourie exactly ",flat we have been a C.5 million Image of Its fair and vuuton will find it possible so cheap?
doing for many yean with respectto attraction and advantage for to reach the various area
surpluses at certain agrxvlturel viewing by a potential U million comfortably with a minimum of
double standard tomst adherent of the civil .
commodities walking.
persons during the two year period |
rights bill exhibit serves to explain some of the Implacable Bui the existence of s surplus of the fair. K you' are planning a vacation,I, Floor Coverint
opposition the measure 1. encountering in the Senate. whether of 'labor or of wheat While the official opening of why not make it to the fair. Take!
Reaction from Administration quarters and Northern ruwrYy Is evidence of SUM impediment the fair and t the Florida exhibit t the family along and enjoy your Including Formic
to the opmtam of normal market recently was marred by self. The educational advantage
poorweather
liberal ranks to the abortive New York "stall in" maneuv proceunf which would otherwise and racial demonstrations are tremendous and very much' Inlaid Unolevm. rubes
*r give. toes of the bill a persuasive argument that it bring aba. a balance between the situation has Improvedsteadily worthwhile. j tiByL carsCounter
IUW!) and demand.Artirintal since then and with the I
could well be distorted Into a punitive and preferentiallaw ,
ImptHllmroU return of Rood weather and the JOHNSON'S HEALTH I
Top
Instead of one achieving equal justice for all. In the cane of farm produrti I' absence! of agitators a normal I In answer to a query emoern.Ueartu -
Obviously, implementation will be the governing ftoWTDBCATBOTKENrt OF THE i eJNBow/ t tile Impediment is clearly the flow of visitor now inIrhi' President' health, the
factor In the effect of any legislation enacted in this field. govemimtit price aupport pro, through the exhibit dally with White House issued a statement Work
attendance steadily /ncrea ing. that despite the whirlwind pace he
And when the same voices which vociferously/ advocated I baseball televised, the greater the Interst. And the World gram.tabled by Farm guvernmunt price action are main-at a i Starting with the Chicago, has been keeping President John

the propriety of civil disobedience in Birmingham : Series still fetches a good price as does the AU.Star game. :level which would cause more to Worlds Fair In 1933 Florida ex son' heart 1* apparently still AU Types
it In the Bronx be for be produced than could be i habits have dominated stale. dls- doing one. There are Indicationsthe
as loudly decry one can forgiven Football Is a more spectacular told.
body-contact sport The lays t and attracted record pin the President knows how to mix Expert Installation
wondering where and how the new civil rights bill would Baseball 1s different and Is played seven days a week, government by paying tanners try to bllJ8III'e'thil nut to' lag crowds at Cleveland's Great rest and relaxation with his fast-

be most stringently enforced if enacted. not one. It will be nice, if there is a Monday night Major produce and U then acoepu: the In Ukes New Exposition, the World's Fair stepping work day. ,
York
The law should be lust as blind to geography as obligation of buying up the remaining In 1939 and is doing SHdFERoSLlTCH
League game each week but if it Is to lull off the weekend M again at the 14-S fair. Golfers from 3 to 13 will compete -
Justice is to color, No amount of platitudes can gloss the committee surplus In i!ccnt yean, In the 18th National Pee
games now working for the baseball about 4 billion ol Jill taxpayer Florida h no stranger to the ..G..nOUINCT
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i'Mt. .
over performance when evidence suggests that truth is owners will have hort-changed fans. moray has been spent annually population of the world's greet Wee Golf Uiampionxhips : Orlando ,"" rw t hoses
I June 23-24. The Wee
being Ignored. for these activities.In metropolitan area nor to the nation
the labor market for that matter.t Our previous 1 II sponsored by the Orlando C. of
a
1 of variety exhibition I ; show. windows have all C. and Mimil Mnlrt.._. I
QUINCYCALENDAR law and pressure have re- = ==-:- =
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Mail And Filthy PicturesA lulled In a wige+ level higher played an important part in attracting !
OF EVENTS than would have occurred in a visitors and home peckers .
free market. This li and acquainting Industry with
Congressional member who Introduces legislation trio In the unskilled oocupuUoni especially, the numerous advantages this yJ'1't1'1"f.-zr' 1f' 1ft rrt..w'
against transmission of filth through the mails usually A Community Service by the w here the current intiduox of unemployment late offers.

sets himself up as a target for two groups the Amer Cadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 6274518 wquenre li .la the most lame severe.a* In nil the the You people can depend now on visiting it. many our of, alliw ti'Jlti k 1YHr'avnRtTI
ican Civil Liberties Union and the Justice DepartmentSuch aimeulhiral area: artificially blebprires splendid exhibit will later become
has been the case for Representative Glenn Calendar 1* bated on Information reported by club' mean nnrnlnhle surpluses. permanent residents and new in I ice
The dustries attracted by the exhibit tale Bowe: ser .
suggestion of a public work : -
GL Neb.).
Cunningham secretaries and program directors a* of the Friday preceding Program an a cure for unrtupioy- I will bring new buSIness and en- !ttr cYt
Under the midwesterner's proposed legislation a meat has an the ,terprtiie to the stele Increasing
publication. drawtarki of the bettef+rtti JJ)1. ttJ
receiver would be allowed to decide for himself whether farm price support program employment and strengthening : v n
incoming mall appealed to his "prurient Interest. Thursday May 21Canning Center 8 5; Florida State and tunte+ others. The farm program our The economy. ;gIt' t'I. /I'I! T'; .
site .
occupied by the Florida &
helps the more productive ,, t ., ..... .. ..,g'
li It did and he objected to such appeal he Employment Service, 9.3, S, Robert St.; Men's Slow and well-off farmers' but decent exhibit ls as desirable as any i *'
could ask the Poet Office to instruct the sender to remove Pitch Softball, Joe Wedeles, Inc. vs. N. F. Expert give much help to the poor lurnver on the grounds. It coven 312.acres 1 '..tlAJ :' :, 'f'7lll.f -

hi. name from the mailing list Failure to do so could mentals. 7:30 p.m., Doyle Conner Field tar* way on marginal a public land.works In program a simi trance near hkh one adjoins of the main a J.5 en!& : .-

result In $5,000 fine and/or five In would car parking lot. Also situated In
a yean jail. 22- probably make more hobs
Friday. May Canning Center 8 S; Pilot Club 7 thin Jake
p.m.
for skilled and area are the amphithe'
The contend would experienced work
this the
department open way to Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter, 9-12, Post Office ers. It Is hard to nee how It can errs: the exhibit of Hawaii and
constant deletions from mailing lists, and endless red Texas and the "
; Alcoholic Anonymous and Al-anon Family do much for Die untrained and In- Continental Circus -
tape. Some people according to Justice believe catalogues Croup 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House. 'xpericnced who are the core of newel. while bout ride exciting monorail and
the
our unemployment along edge of
problem
of ladle. In underwear
containing pictures appealto the lake give visitors an aerial
rrnhlem
a "'''WOD'. prurient Interest Monday, May 25- Canning Center 8 5; Kiwanis Club As we have Been InnoKed In the history view or mariner's view of the

And while The Cunningham bill may have minimum 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Eastern Star 8 p.m.. Masonic of the farm program, ono form exotic Florid exhibit while themagnificent

chances of enactment one can sympathize with the Blag. Social Security Representative 9:30 a.m., of others Inlcrvenllon Controls lead loghally individual to II visible from Florida main citrus arteries tower as *e sy. Just check d

desire of many to keep their mailboxes free of the trash Courtroom Courthouse: Boy Scout Troop 203 7:30: ,action proliferate over An open-end well as most of the grounds and It the directory before calling.
often aimed at us. pjn.. Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148 4 p.m., First claim Is established agimut the .1 estimated that this single 1 at. That way you lave the time of a call to
Presbyterian Church; Men Slow Pitch Softball, public revenues New proNrms I "information" or avoid the annoyance of a

Randy'* vs. N. F. Experimentals, 7:30: Doyle are created but the original problem I "wrong number".
LBJ Triumph p.m. Is never solved. j Chocking the directory first I Is the smart way to
Conner Field; Jaycees, 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House. The acreage restrictions which make your telephone service even better.
I accompany the farm price I
Peace has finally come to the railroad front after Tuesday May 25- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club port program amount to a aup-ralonlnK. O

years of frustration fears and Intermittent crises It was I p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic among farmers, of the
t achieved without resort to drastic government action Bldg; Business and Professional Women. 7 p.m., Could right to It be produce that we certain may eventually products- ."...,

and this must be recorded as a major personal victory Kittrell's Restaurant Men's Slow Pitch Softball Massey see government rationing of the

tor President Lyndon Johnson.He Drug vs. Joe Wedeles, Inc., 7:30: p,m., Doyle right to seek or hold a JnM

achieved through personal persuasion and adroit Conner Field.Wednesday of The his speech President to devoted urging the the labor bulk I Quincy Telephone (0CHEVROLET .

maneuvering something neither of two predecessors had l leaders to use restraint In their 1 9w 11e f8 91
I been able to bring oil a settlement of one ol the May 27Canning Center, 8.5: Navy Recruiter. demands for wage and fringe\ ben-
10:30 a.m., Post Office; Exchange Club 1 p.m.,
touchiest labot-management (and automation) disputes Jefferson House.
In the nation.

Recognition of his role was tacit In the words ol Thursday May 28- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State

II spokesmen for both sides a.h.. agreement was an Employment Service, 9. 3, S. Robert St.; Men Slow

nounced. They readily acknowledged that it was the Pitch Softball. Talquln Electric Coop. vs. Massey

Chief Executive' hand which swung the issue. Drugs, 7:30: pm., Cony Athletic Field.

The stakes In the were high.In .
game Friday May 29- Canning Center, 8 5; Alcoholics
the balance was more than the question whether
Anonymous and Al-Anon Family Group, 8 p.m., SI.Paul' .
the railroads or union would win an argument The
Pariah House; Air Force Recruiter 9 0 12,
public interest ol the whole country its economy and

It* security was at issue unless the matter could be Post Office. makes all types of quality trucks

arbitrated without a strike. Monday, June 1- Kiwanis Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House;

Also Involved was the future oi collective bargaining Canning Center 8 5; American Legion, John W.

which would have been dealt a serious blow had U Shaw Post 84 8 p.m., American Legion Home; Masonic .

become necessary for the government to seize the railroads Lodge Gadsden Chapter No. 30. RAM, Tal-

to prevent a transportation lie-up. Mar-Quln Council 23, 8 p,m., Masonic Building; Social

The settlement may well be one of the major feats Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., Courtroom,

ol the LBJ Administration. Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: p.m., Scout

Hut Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian

Tho GNP Church.

Tuesday June 2- Canning Center, 8 S; Rotary Club
First quarter-estimates of the Gross National Product a.>lrssnnQ
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1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meeting
all to give a clear Indication of the Impact of the tax 8 p.m.i| Lion Club 7 p.m., Kittrell's RestaurantMen's :

reductions. Slow Pitch Softball, Talquln Coop. vs. Ran.dy' .
What first quarter figures do indicate, however Is i .. 7:30 p.m., Carry Athletic Field.
that It may be six montha'or more before a discernible
statistical picture emerge Wednesday, June 3- Jaycees 12 noon Kittrell's Restaurant

For while the Gross National Product increased by ; Navy Recruiter. 10:30: a.m.. Post Office: Exchange raeCAi Od

$8.3 billion between the last quarter of 1963 and the Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center

first quarter of 1964 It rose $11.5 billion In the previous 8 S; Army Recruiter Post Office; Marine Re
quarter. cruiter. 9 12 Post Office.

However the slackening in the growth rate Is probably )

explained by the failure of inventory accumulation BIBLE VERSE .. Where(uundTmMvr may theie words be '

and plant and equipment investments to register ; '*
gains "
: GORMAN
e Sg : REAfVENGIN f j$
Both these components are expected to move upward ""./.C therefore' tor } ,
la MMenw' '
soon and coupled with rising consumer outlay and an Chow .Mil .tat ban ytrnr Lord $\ f&i'V''t!
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d..11I .11\0. 1. Jesus Chrlxtt
expanding volume of construction, this Is expected t to 1. Who cave the above. warnlt To his twelve Usrlplr tj |nie gopct riding deliveryJrucK. tngiriift Jocafefi1 produce quarterly Increase beyond the $15 billion mark.
If Increases are not forthcoming there'll be questions 3.3. T About:T whom what WM event he speaking was he 5. The judgement.coming oj Christ to ;| 3 be! traction. Aif-vvefdetf united tihstrl i<4|

about the effect of this year's tax cut*. ? 4. Matthew 24 e de rirJ
speakta* ___ : rear" doors' have doubfewalls. toad floor lust liS
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Baseball And TV


Ma|"- League baseball owners, working through PEANUT HULLS

a special committee, are trying to land a lot television W&$ ;Wr or antifreeze. O it's the Corvair99Cv4i!
contract something on the order ol one recently signed '
by profotsionol football The idea according to John For Your Yard CareI

Fetter, of the Detroit Tigers Is to offer tan a Major ?il, t
league game every Monday night I I
One good feature d the proposed plan Is that ; Shrubbery Flowes CHEVROLET

teams would share equally In the financial gravy an

that all teams would be televised during the season III EASY TO HANDLE

But It, as Fetter recently hinted this money pack QUAun THUCKI cocr inn

were to mean that eventually weekend Major aged


It Check the T-N-T truck deals now at your Chevrolet dealer's

Sport ion today Including shuan. Invalids, and ......_ ,
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Other, are offered several Major League baseball game I

every weekend (on Saturday and Sundays). It Is almost UWJ

'1 a miracle In modern science and sport, something ion I

a few years ago would have not believed possible. i LEE PARRAMORE

Americans see these games free In their Bringrooms. '

: U Major League owner meal getting enoughmoney MT. PLEASANT MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.
from television the solution lan't to raise the

price and reduce the number of game televised. PHONE 856-5222 23 North Adorns Street Qulncy. Ilcrldat
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4 STUDENTS RECEIVE SUPERIOR liked how you developed) pictures|I ... -'
,of houses. \ ou cut on the :
r 'machine It print: the words on| A" '
I. yellow psner And I thank you a : J II I R 1
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for the name pial... E lf
Your friend a ere! t f

i m Richard! Miusey -
Mr ttuu-hinson,
I liked the Times office because -
of the machine and the
name plates. I liked how you developed w
\ the houses on the paper

# The machines that made the
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name plates were interesting. '
---, Mostly,! 1 liked the printing machines -
Nancy Baur Judy Rwell Judith Smith Untie Baur They would print things
4 so tut Thank for letting IIIKOoYeAlr Ill
you
Top rating ot superior was Quincy High School where LInda :

awarded Judith Smith Judy Russell ,is a sophomore and Nancy a friend, :
Nancy and Linda Baur. at
Junior Undo played a saxophone Dan Godwin.
Festival held
the State Music recently
solo and was accompanied Dear Mr. Hulchlnson
Tallahassee
a In is the daughter ot Mr.,at the piano by Nancy. Judy and .I. I liked the machines they I .. .. .. ,... s_
Judith Judith both played piano solos. ,worked fine, but I like the printing -
and Mrs Thomas student Smith. She the is, The Judges were most compll-: machine best and you had STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS were elected I at Quincy

Quincy an eighth Junior grade High &'hol.al Judy menlary of the girls'' performances fine workers, too I hope I can High School. Pictured !rom left to right are: Billy Bryant-

is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs They were awarded two come Your again friend and see the machi es. parliamentarian, Mary Louis Lester- president. PatParramor I
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John Rusnoll. She Is also an I medals one for district super Unda Hall *-- secretary, Kay Sanford- chaplain, Christy
lor and the other for state
eighth grade student at Quincy superInd. Smith
Nancy and Unda are Die Dear Mr, llutchinson, Lice president, and not shown, Lamar Munro.treasurer. *-

daughters of Mr. and Mrs JoeBain All four girls are piano studentsof Thank you for showing us. Tiger's Tale Photo
They are students al' the !Mrs LsVetra Armstrong. around the Times office.! I enjoyed
.. ,. It very much. I think I have "Peggy Perkins l\\)
o.. ." --- '- learned a lot about what I laW.VeAlr Dear Mr. Iluichlnsnn, 1" -
SHADE TOBACCO H. Marcus Edward, "Outstanding Young Farmer for 1964," It prey easily everything from the visit. They were shown Mend ",.. O -:--
I out the of shads tobacco to some Quincy Jcrycees I pests' to halt the slakes an high through the plant by the publisher Anella Smith. I l't1jooM going UirouKh the .....: 1 1:
pointing up procedure
tying of the whiteshave 'f2.-
'A few county J. Love llutchinson. printing offThank for J \J
left) Auman and Don Brown. Photo by Martin's Studio Dear Mr. ltutohln on. you :
Alex McMillan ( Jimmy -- -u prospered because ol the Tuesday Hutchliwin received lie name. I hope 1 can come ,..,;, aa.Bi"
foresight of the late Pat Munroe, letters of appreciation from them: Thank you for showing the again sometimes.1ne .
than that. He has been constantly Ralph Perkins were winner, run a banker who urged his cwlomen which follow: class all the machines but t did ,
C. D. Johnson at work throughout his Masonic ner-up and consolation winner, to invest In Cora-Cols stotk Hit Dear Mr. llutchinson. not let to ere all the machines Candy Strliklnnd. Us .h.III..e hi. angels
career In behalf of Masonry In respectively in the fifth flight son Bradley said the county probably Thank for the talk you but (he one I like best was the Dear Mr. Iluichlnsnn charge concerning the*, ta
this area and particularly Washington Sixth flight top prize went to had one of the largest I you printing machines and thank youfor rusrdtr.ee.-(Luke 4:10)
per liked the
I nameplate
.. ... O..> I gave us Friday Thank you for taking me
as capita you gave me and I liked through tune office I enjoyed the If w* but seek it through
consolation went to amid come IIJRJIand visit.
and
his
done for
things he runn T-up stock In the world. I
the finance committee ot the many Mearham. jail the machtnec I saw. They Your Mend visit anti the machines. Thank reverent prayer ws can d-
home Lodge is start it back on the Dear! Davis and Joe
church. lie The seventh flight was domi- "The Quincy Stale Bank, of \\'t'1'f''Pry interesting. I wish I Oulda Tmichlon you Air printing my name. 1 b..prI ways hare the protectioi if
road to financial solvency.
He WM born In Gadsden County was directly responsible for carrying nated by P. J. Ephrlam, closely which Mr. Munroe Is executive could go some other day. Dear Mr. Ihitchinaon, can collie buck soon. God, no matter where we r< or

on or theerlets 1905'w Joohn-- out a pro&J'&ll01 refinancingthe followed by Cart Fowler, runner- vice monument president to,his stands father's as another financial Yours Dsrrell truly, I 1 want to than you for all the Your friend, what w* do, provided our
W. Ray. ,
est child In 1929 Lodge Indebtedness which has up, and Bill Dyer consolation. Renlus."When Dear Mr. llutrhlnnon, printing machines you showed us Ann Taylor.Deer motive are good and slncers.
Johnson.
son and Mm.Miss Elizabeth Clyde made it possible for the Lodgeto Bob Wind, pro manager ot the the 'bank hoUday'81 I thank you for the nameplates 1 think I learned a lot about Mr. Hulchlnson,
he married pay back its just obligations. club, stated that he felt the I them. Thank you for use namr
I declared in 1923 at the depths of for our class and my
Uamson. I enjoved visit at Gndmten
Brother Johnson has labored long, tournament was a huge success plate my
Durward was s pant president and well for the Craft, and his and expressed gratitude to Bell it the Depression the bank's liquidity name II11 very much fun In. Your lr1f'nd.Edltll County Times. Some of the ho). INSECTICIDESSOIL
87V cent of ill the taibtoVn Times Office
assets County
was per "
Chamber of Commerce add girls I bat t their name filaleiFrlilay.
cf the Quincy election to the station ot Senior Bates Hardware Company, SlielterBlitch Ranc "
Community Tellers slacked money on I like the plates maker. Most, of them still lave FUMIGANTS
the Quincy Grand Warden Is justly deserved. and FHcher-Cantey for Dear Mr llutfhinsnn
tables In the lobby and raised the Your
Chest, the Gadsden County Tobacco We, his homefolks, are looking donation of many of the awards. blinds that customers could Bill friend. I appreciate you showing me their name ;pUtm. I still have
Fair Asuoclaticm so fridges.Dear name pia''te. I thank ful'.hownlf WEED KILLERS
and -
Festival forward to the apex of his Masonic the pruitlng office and the Uno- my you
for reassuring look Mr. liuk hlnaon.
dub. drop by a sround the tidnl
and the Quincy Rotary outstanding typn and all the printing nla'hll1I'I. u.
in
an
career
"The county's three other banks Thank you for showing u. TlIII.... I think I liave
lie was treasurer of the Quincy term as Grand Master of MasonsIn Times Cites ( 1 appreciate you showing County
and a home loan agency art Insured through the printing office. Thank
Development Corporation, a non- Florida in 19b6. UI how you print "papers and amnl a little more alxwt the SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
the Federal .
by Desalt you for the name plates.Your
new maohlnrs at Gadftkn County
corporation promoting making our name plates.Your
profit: 4c..tl..e ,... Pus. O..> Insurance Corporation. Quincy blend.Joe. Times.
Industry in this area, at the time friend,
I Ile..I. State Bank is not, some residents Your Meld,
of his death. JohnnyTaylor flee In nearby Tallahassee, she say because of an aversion .to Dear Mr. HuUhin, Dean McCormick Jennie Evsns.
active In Dear Mr. llutchinson,
became .
Mr. Johnson voiced anger and bitterness toward Federal supervision Thank you for showing u. I
the Masonic order on July 26 ..r4 llm Part ... o..> whites in Florida and New "Mr. Munroe said hi had talked around the printing office. Thank Thank you (for showing us
1927. when he received his Entered York. She was arrested for picketing with agency officials shout cmerage you lor putting my name on apiece round the Times office.\ I liked So far we have not heard a Sales & ServiceInc.
the machine st the" dour ot the
Apprentice degree. lie became Is the editor of the local club's she said, outside the Florida several years ago but that of Iron, six! 1 had fun looking And! great outcry sgalnst the tan cut.
a Master Mason on August bulletin. Pavilion at the Worlds fair. they had asked, 'Why bother at the picture you made. But building thank you for tile .
28, 1928. He served Washington The Quincy Exchange Club also "She argued mat Negroes after so long a period without It that red liquid didn't smell good name platesYour
Lodge as Worshipful Master In would never be free, in that fiirntt Ttvt big purple In this world
is Your
named Let In Best "Our capital structure so high friend
1943 and has been secretary ol was Club Award which runner involves up overall word's fullest sense, to register that you might say we're sell-in Pat Higgtns. Roger' Sklpprr. usually !leave off the big titles Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101
Dmr Mr. llutchlnsnn,
the Lodge since 1947 with thexception e under the present system of race he Dear Mr. ilutchmson.I
club activities and lit runnerup sured, explained. .
I tnjoyed visit lo theprinting
ot the year 1950. He relations here. She declared angrily my QUINCY. FLORIDA
,874 residents Include bled the I
"Qulncy's much.
in attendance at the convention trip very l.ctI'a.\\'hlllrd talkers
office Friday I thought I II are today
had served on 19 Grand Lodge having 10 adults. and I junior that they Intended to change six millionaires, according liked to see the men work the liked the plate ,h- out of their age,
and hal name very miM
committees since 1946 that by one means or another .
: members present They were Mr. system to Mr. Munroe, while perhaps another maihlnes. Thank you for thee
bold 18 Grand Lodge appointive, and Mrs. A. D. Macon, Mr. and and said that violence might six live elsewhere In 1h : paper. Thank you for telling; us thought. everything' was Interpsllng. I
offices, serving twice at Senioi Mrs. Randolph Jones, Mr. andMrs. result. county. about the machines.
Grand Deacon. A. B. Blackburn, Dale St>ch- "The situation here points up "The confidence born of this Your friend Thomaa'lltKinl.Your friend HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED

lie was also a member ot t the,, ler, Jack Strickland. Frank Pitt- he more subtle banirrs to Negro background was hardly shaken Lynda Hand. Dear Mr lluldilnwm, I
York Rite the Scottish Rite! the man, Manning Taylor and Mrs. I'f'I: Itrstiona. Observers believe last January by the beginning ot Dear Mr. Hulchlnson, I enjoyed all of lite machines, CARS
Shone and the Order of the Eastern John Lewis Taylor. these probably will remain even CORE'S confrontations with the Thank you for shewing tprinting '
I think I liked the machine
Star, and held the honorarydl'gl'lll after opposition by registrars has police. And nallonal liked the way that USED PARTS for all maUi
Junior in attendancewere
of the Red Cross of Con- Jim members Joel been eliminated In the more than !'' JanusCORE, came you cethel : .. Thank horned in the picture But thenI of Can and Trucks
,
Spooner Embry, printed liked the machliw that had thl'typrwrltl'r
counties where It
100 Southern
stanbne and the Royal Order of lo town and spoke In the Negro you name plates. 1 enJoyed -
Robert Lodge Neal Davis, Putsy still constitutes a serious oo- from on II.'rU, I guess Ican't HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
Scotland.A I I church with no Interference it very much.
Martha
McNeil ,
Mary May make mind, I'll
In his ItlAdt' up my so
Masonic Family Night whiles. Your friend
WE BUY CARS
Patricia Parramore and JUNKED
I Johnny "! Oulnumhrr White Just have lo say thank you ami
honor was scheduled for Saturday f'CroN However, Mrs. Due said both Leigh Qulnn.
evening Muy 23 at the Sawano Taylor. "As in most of the others, Ne- the police and sheriff's deputies Dear Mr. J. I... llulchlnson I enjoyed It very ma h.Your I'' 1422 W. NiUnon MAin 7.7115

Club In Quincy. The affair, which Jack Strickland was elected to.I goes outnumber whiles In Gads had followed her constantly that I liked the visit In the Cadf friend _
has been cancelled, was to have the State Board of Control ot the den County 24.95110 17,038. Agriculture officers had parked outside Negro den County Times. I am happy
been Jointly sponsored by the Florida State Exchange dubs. dominates/ economy, churches while voter rallies were you made our name on a pint;
local Lodge, Gee Lodge No. 21, of although it has some mining and In progress and had made a display of lead.
ChattHhoochee, and Havana Lodge light Industry. And Its racial of taking automobile license Your friend, \
No. 167. Many distinguished Ma-'Golf Tourney customs are marked by the car. plate numbers st rsllles and out- Allen Uallon. FIRST IN THEIR CLASS I

sons from over the State and Nation rot-and-stick paternalism of the side the registrar's office.Iwlor Dear Mr. llulchlnnon, MlM

had been Invited.A tl:........ fr.. r... O..> Old South. ,. I'ollr Wales Thank you for the name plafa' r
paragraph extracted from But In some ways It differssharply "J. W. dour the Quincy police you gave me. 1 know 1 will enJoy
the printed program for the now Ted RodrIque and Andrew Smltl. from typical Black a..11I ,. chief, conceded that Mrs. Due using It.
cancelled Saturday night affair, claimed runner-up prize' will counties. Its 6,0110 acres of shsd. had been kept under surveillance I enjoyed looking at tin man; fD
J'' reflects the feelings of hi. fellow Booney Cox winner of consotatinn. grown tobacco produce a multimillion His formal title, director of public different machines at the Ijwli erg s p I II
Masons. It read: dollar crop used for clgai! r safety, and that ol his organization din County Times offli*. I tai r rI rt
. "Although w, arc honoring him Jim Brockelt was victorious I Ii n wrapper. the public safely department don't think I could work one.
I ,t this time because ot his recent the fourth flight trilled bj And because the tobacco -i sliest to Wuinry con- You have helped many pmpt;
: y
election to the Grand West, Brother Craig Flowers at Charles MeGlnnls. now ripening Under miles ol tern with Us nsii Johnson means a whole lot cheesecloth Is one of farm as a well-ordered city. Thank you.
More to the Lodges of this area Bill Flowers, Bill Smith an I Ing's greatest gambles, fallinj; "Mrs. Due: contended: that local With much love, I
Negroes looked up to her as a Mrllnda LanglonJ
I I "representative of a national or- p.s. I learned many tilings Iron FROM FLETCHER-CANTEY
ganUaUon." By following her and [our trip.Bear I
r stopping her for questioning she Mr. llutchinson,
said the police rekindled old Thank: you for the name plali
fears among Negroes, which you made me. I have enji /
made them increasingly reluctant using It I enjoyed swing every ryewYES, THE BEST, MOST WANTED, AND

To The lo register. I thing in the printing oflll... Bu
People bite also said sum Negroes I still don'| understand why yu MOST APPRECIATED GIFTS COME FROM
Involved In the current drive and use that red and clear liquid. -

UK.* of the put had Ins their I Thank you for the mat that MX

jobs and had been subjected loother gave my class. My mother gn FLETCHER-CANTEY MEN'S WEAR. OUR
pressures. the same newspaper' that ya
"The economic dependence of printed an Ins mat rr Tel
OiGadsden Negroes on whites! a d'tccndcnoegramdcd the man thai was at the othr EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF GRADUATE-
In near-poverty in the ,Linotype machine thank you bt
case of some farm workers, U another I causa he i-lraned off my Mm,

major handicap, according plat. 1 hop. fOIl enjoyed I'Nd APPROVED FASHIONS AND GIFTS ARE
to Mrs. "bite She said that sxns ins my IMtrr.
W lived under condtttuns approaching Your friend i

slavery. Whites denied. this. Laura 51>>rlln,. I STRICTLY TOP-OF-THE-CLASSI!
I CountyI "She was asked If the Negroes Dear Mr. lIul hJnarn,
goal was to build up their political I want to thank you for letUn
Influence and UM It to Improve ? mme to the Tunes office and
their lot. She Indicated aha } thank you for the name plates
TO MAKE YOUR GIFT SHOPPING EASIER
thought this would be Impossible Ihadfunwstohlngth.manpru. ,
because of "the system.Quinry ." a mans nun en *m* mval

ready" 'to go Into CORE direct Is action setting, .A..boy In Mrs. NkfaUjn's. 1'010:I WE HAVE THE SIZES, MEASUREMENTS,

wish to take this opportunity to thank all of she said with an air vt pleased Lear Ktn"'" i Embry.
espectanry, 'Its going to belong I Mr. Hulrhujson. CORRECT
MAILING ADDRESS AND FUTURE
hot summer. I.sj,)y d last rndsy's trli p ,
wry mm*.
Thank

my "home folks" who saw fit to give me their Fourth Graders name the macldnr plat.. | work.enjoyedveins you Thank for. ya fc aJ PLANS OF ALL THE MALE GRADUATES OF

wry m'ldl kit taking us thtvcig

support in my recent campaign.It Write 'ThankYou' the With cffk love.. THE FOLLOWING AREA HIGH SCHOOLS -

Debra ....'tram.

Lellers pear Mr. Hulduiwn,

class I thank you for showing ou QUINCY ATTAPULGUS
through the 7lnweo

was most gratifying to see the wonderfulvote Twenfy-srvrn pupils of Ih* 4th: I Win 1 nw you for our n.m: GREENSBORO BAINBRIDGE
grade at Qilnry UemenurySchool thought twonderful UiMyp
which .Is taught by Mrs: ".chines were nu HAVANA BRISTOL
tutee to the .
Malcolm Nkhntanq mad a shut world
that I received in Gadsden County.I I* the plant of lh. Gadatat Your ftVnrl. CHATTAHOOCHEE
County times last Friday mornIng. Tony Btjggs. .
Several H th* mothers attt Dear Mr. llutdunm,
.boy and girts also mad I eejopd last Friday's trip
,1 ALL GIFTS WRAPPED WITHOUT CHARGEIN

also wish to tell all my friends to save all of ATTRACTIVE GRADUATION



their buttons because "THE GO TEAM" will be FOR A MOTIF PAPER

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand traction will be teen by 700.000 lit'!M ROCKETS AND CtB
F The National Outlook I million person during the two It Is believed that the So-1''
oonUnultti gtrLJuj N6S ao'lc year lair period I Union may have pulled Its grout I
THE CHATTAHOUCHEC TRIBUNE
QA --- Improved transportation todlitie Wale rockets from Cuba, wlnol,
Publlihed tech ThuMda at IS S Madison StreetA By Gttirie Haipidonsstitri.u would depuve Fidel Castro of t|la I
aster air achrdulet. IUppJ'1hlahwllYl
John H. |>+es N.w.nupaBSTABIASHED > efit Increases. He. may have means to shoot American MIJ i *
IDOL i.AnonAMI spotted his Intended effect by add. and expanded rail facilities planes from the Met over Cuba.
Qui,," norldti \ tiC1U'LL's IIKAT trig what can be taken as a promise make It possible for more If this is true It would help explain .
s.ro A __ _.. "> PBlit lit Ouiurf Plonda t "1u In a recent HfouLtt to labor that, If they fall to exercise people to visit the 1964-5 fair than I I Castro's May day assertion
liadirs Pn'xxkmt Johnson prom such le tralnl. the government eves brforc. Trawl agents and that Cuba Is alone In her dispute
One Year MOO Two *rn KM tils Months ft III urd that. if other measure* for will mope up !the resulting labor transportation t companfc* offer with the United Stales

J L. UuUrhliikon ..?... n...... _U'.u _? P"tl /<.Aes! attaining full employment fail he surplus by an expanded public tours to fit most any pocket book.It .
__,___. will turn lo a program of steppe*. works program. Is estimated that more people RlHalAV! A41B8
>oi> Carman _. ..... 4dv rt.tn0 end Hews will vtat the fair than ever!
up public works. When you think A United Slates source estimates .
about It, this approach bears a visited any fair In history and the Russians may be build
pRID,4 disturbing resemblance to the Too Late while hotels and motels will be ing atomic powered submarine
wasteful and futile device we taxed to care for the crowds, nil at the rate of seven to Irn *
4A NATION EDITORIAL have been using for several decade To expense tours are provided by year. This appears to about
p v lo deal with agriculturalsurpluses. Classify travel agrndfS that include not match the American production
only transportation to New York
UAC tt schedule. Russia, however, hu
4 J vticI In effect the President has proposed By Russell Kay but hotel! reservations, transportation given no Indication of a termini-
rTi.n.if.iT..iTIJ that, if there i* an Uiibal to and fromJ1e fairgrounds !lion date for her atomic submar
4r'oN able surplus of labor, the government Along a 500-foot front on Meadow including admission and ine program.
will remove that surplus Lake In Flushing Meadow guide service. Ground transportation
nail from the market by buying It up Park, at the New York World's at the fair itself has been Why Is it that talk, among all
with public funds.. This Is o[; Fair, the State of Florida has created markedly improved over previous the other commodities,
Birmingham And The BronxThe course exactly what we have been a $3.5 million Image of Its fairs and visitors will find it possible 110 cheap? remains
I doing for many yean with respectto attrt'-tlons and advantages for to reach the various areas
surplusr* of certain agrieul- viewing by a potential 18 million comfortably with a minimum of
double standard adherent of the civil
some
tural commodities.But .
persons during the two year period walking. |
rights bill exhibit serves to explain some of the Implacable '' CITY .r the existence of a surplus l of the fair I If you are planning a vacation,I Floor Coverim
opposition the) measure is encountering in the Senate. s uowt whether of labor or of wheat While the official opening diM why not make It to the fair Take I
Reaction from Administration quarter and Northern I ruwry ;,., is evidence of aome impedunen fair and the Florida exhibit the family along< and enjoy your'' Including Formic
to the operation of normal market recently was marred by poor:self. The educational advantagesare
liberal ranks to the abortive New York "stall.in" maneuver } procetat which would otherwise weather and racial demonstrations tremendous and very much I Inlaid linoleum, rabbet
gives foes of the bill a persuasive argument that il ring ale a balance between the situation has Improved worthwhile.JOHNNOVg. I vinyl corkCounter
could well be distorted Into a punitive and preferentiallaw nK a % "r' 8UWI and demand.ArUftotal steadily since then and with the 1
ImpiMMimata return of good weather and the HEALTHIn
instead of one achieving equal for all. Top
justice In the cane of farm products, absence of agitators a normal answer to a query concernIng -
Obviously, implementation will be the governing tJo.IIToU. ..T'BOTOF17e /o1BOW/ Die impediment Is dearly the flow of visitors now streams the President's health, the
actor In the effect of any legislation enacted in this field. government price support pro through the exhibit daily with White House Issued a statement' Work
attendance steadily Increasing. thai despite the whirlwind he
And when the eaznei voices which vociferously advocated i baseball televised, the greater the intent And the World gram.untied by turn government prices action are moor at a Starting with the Chicago has been keeping, President pace Johnson's -'

the propriety of civil disobedience in Birmingham Series still fetches a good price, as does the All.Star game. level which would cause more tow World's Fair In 1933, Florida exhints heart la apparently still' Ail Tips
it In the Bronx be for produced than could be have dominated state displays doing fine. There are indications
as loudly decry one can forgiven Football Is a more sold
spectacular,
body-contact sport. The and attracted record smash- the President knows how to mix Installation
government to balance Expert
trys
wonderlnq where and how the new civil rights bill would Baseball U different and is played seven days a week\ this by paying farmers nut to drag crowds at Cleveland's Great rest and relaxation with his fastslcpplng -

be most stringently enforced if enacted. not one. It will be nice, if there Is a Monday night Major produce and it then accepts the in Lakes New Exposition York the World's Fair work day. :I

The law should be lust as blind to geography as League game each week, but if it is to kill off the weekend obligation of buying up one remaining so again at the In 1939 19b4-5 and fair is doing Golfers from 3 to 13 will teem' SHdFER.BLlTCH

Justice is to color. No amount of platitudes can gloss games, the committee now working for the baseball about 4 surplus billion of In the recent taxpayers'erry years Florida Is no stranger to the pets in the 18th National PeeWee
over performance when evidence suggests that truth is owners will have short-changed fans. m has been spent annualJy population of the world's greatest Colt Champkmiihips : Orlando : p"" ..,l.n. tfo ..G..n..
being ignored. for these activities. metropolitan area, nor to the nation June 23-24. The Hoe Q\.IIHCY nORl04+
In the labor market a variety for that matter. Our previous Is sponsored by the Orlando C. of
QUINCYCALENDAR ,of laws and pressures have resulted exhibition i show windows have all C. and Minute Maid. I
In played an Important part In attracting
Mail And Filthy PicturesA a wage level hiKher
I visitors and home seekers
OF an would have occurred in a
'
EVENTStr market. This is and acquainting Industry with
especially
Congressional member who introduces legislation ue In the uraJullud oouipations, the numerous advantage this: D:1)"J'XJ': ; : .lI ,T.\,1 "
against transmission of filth through the mails usually A Community Service by the I when the current Inckluni of un- stale offers

sets himself up as a target for two groups the American Cadsdea County Chamber of Commerce, 827-8518 'sequence employment II.the II most same severe.as in The Useagnculnirnl the You people can depend now on visiting It, many our of, a lIiw"1.:, lii k 1YGI ,

Civil Liberties Union and the Justice DepartmentSuch area: artificially high.: splendid exhibit will later become
has been the case for Representative Glenn Calendar 1* based on Information reported by club prices mean uraralnhle surpluses permanent residents' and new In
:
The dustries attracted by the exhibit telephoneserYice: ,
I suggestion of a public work I -.
Rt. Neb.). 4s
Cunningham secretaries and directors of he will bring
program as Friday preceding program as a cure for unemploy new business and enterprise I BI'
Under the midwesterner's proposed legislation a publication. ment has all the drawbacks of the to the state Increasing i ,.
receiver would be allowed to decide for himself whether farm price support program employment and strengthening even kefterf t:5ssss : .S:

Incoming mail appealed to his "prurient Interest" Thursday, May 21- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State and some helps others.the more The productive farm program our The economy.site occupied by the Florida| i1 !\\.t 1 .{ l! J Jt J >.t' ,

If U did and be objected to such appeal he Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St.; Men's Slow and well-off farmers but docsnt exhibit Is as desirable as any '
could ask the Post Office to Instruct the sender to remove Pitch Softball Joe Wedeles, Inc. vs. N. F. Expert give much help to the poor farm. 'on the grounds. It covers 312.icres ; ) l :i '; ) T
the list Failure mentals, 7:30 Doyle Conner Field. ers on marginal land. In a simi near one of the main en-, =I .wae
his name from mailing to do so could p.m. far way, a public works program ranees which adjoins a 1500-'
result In a $5,000 fine and/or five years In jail would probably make more Jobs :car parking lot. Also situated In
Friday 22- Center 8 5 Pilot Club
7
May Canning ; p.m., for skilled and this lake area are the amphithe Y
The contends this would the experienced work- "J
department open way to Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter, 8. 12, Post Office ers. It Is hard to see how it can :atre, the exhibits+ d Hawaii and oI
constant deletions from mailing lists, and endless red ; Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon Family do much for the untrained and Inexperienced Texas and the Continental! Circus
tape. Some people according to Justice, believe catalogues who are the core of I !, while exciting monorail and \
8 St
Group, Paul's Parish House.
p.nu. our unemployment problem. I novel boat ride along the edge of I
of ladies In underwear
containing pictures appeal Problem' I the lake give visitors an aerial
I'nooh I'd
Interest. Monday, May 25- Canning Center, 8.5; Kiwanis Club, 1 view
to a persons prurient As we have seen in the history or mariner's view of the 4' '
And while The Cunningham bill may have minimum I p.m.. Jefferson House; Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic of the farm program, one form exotic! Florida exhibit while the

chances of enactment one can sympathize with the Blag. Social Security Representative, 9:30 a.m., Ihers.of intervention Controls!leads logically to magnificent I visible from Florida main citrus arteries towers as It' easy. Just check

desire of many to keep their mailboxes free of the trash Courtroom Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: action proliferate over An individual open-end well as most of the grounds and it the directory before callin,.
often aimed at us. p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 143, 4 p.m., First claim is establish against the .I a estimated that this single at- That way you save the time of a call to
Presbyterian Church; Men Slow Pitch Softball public revenues New problems "information" or avoid the annoyance of a

Randy vs. N. F. Experimentals, 7:30 p.m., Doyle ire created but the original problem "wronllllumbpr".
is never solved. the directory first is the smart to
LBJ Triumph Checking way
Conner Field; Jaycees, 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House. The acreage restrictions which
+Ak'. make your telephone service even better.>
accompany the farm price sup>>
Peace has finally come to the railroad front after Tuesday, May 28- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, port program amount to a ra- O

I years of frustration, fears and Intermittent crises. It was 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic cloning, among farmers, of the
right to
produce
I I achieved without resort to drastic government action Bldg; Business and Professional Women 7 p.m., ixild It be that we certain may products eventual

and this must be recorded as d major personal victory Kittrell's Restaurant; Men's Slow Pitch Softball, Mar ly see government rationing of the I

lor President Lyndon Johnson.He soy Drugs vs., Joe Wedeles, Inc., 7:30 p.m., Doyle right to seek: or hold a jnbT
The President
devoted
achieved through personal persuasion and adroimaneuvering t Conner Field. of his speech urging the the labor bulk Quincy Telephone Co
something neither of two had leaden to 9.a rb 189
predecessors use restraint in theirdrmanta
Wedneiday, May 27- Canning Center, 8 .5; Navy Re.
been able to bring off a settlement of one of the for wage and fringe ben
I
cruller 10:30: am., Post Office; Exchange Club, 1 p.m., ---
touchiest labor-management (and automation) disputes Jefferson House.
In the nation.

I Recognition of his role was tacit In the word of I IB Thursday May 28- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State

i spokesmen for both sides as Uie agreement was an Employment Service, 9. 3, S. Robert St.; Men Slows

Bounced. They readily acknowledged that it was th Pitch Softball Talquin Electric Coop. vs. Massey

Chief Executive's hand which swung the issue. Drugs, 7:30 p.m., Corry Athletic Field. CHEVROLETmakes

The slakes In the were high.
game Friday, May 29- Canning Center, 8 5; Alcoholics
In the balance was more than the question whether
Anonymous and Ai-Anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St.Paul's .
the railroads or unions would win an argument The
Parish House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12,
public interest of the whole country its economy and
its security was at issue unless the matter could be Post Office. all of
types quality trucksj/j
arbitrated without a strike. Monday, June 1- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House;

Also Involved was the future of collective bargaining I IIi Canning Center, 8 S; American Legion John W,

which would have been dealt a serious blow had Shaw Post 84 8 p-nv, American Legion Home; Masonic ,

become necessary for the government to seize the rail Lodge, Gadiden Chapter No. 30, RAM Tal-

roads to prevent a transportation tis-up. Mar-Quin Council 23 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social EQ

The settlement may well be one of the major feats Security Representative 9:30: a.m., Courtroom,

of the LBJ Administration Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7.30: p.m., Scout

Hut Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian

Tho GNP Church. I

Tuesday, June 2- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club,
First quarter-estimates of the Gross National Product 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meeting .

fail to give a clear indication of the Impact of the tax 8 p.m.; Uone Club 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant;

reductions. Men's Slow Pitch Softball Talquln Coop. vs. Ran.
What first quarter figures( do Indicate, however, l is dy's, 7:30 p.m., Corry Athletic Field.
that It may be six monthi'or more before a discernible
statistical picture emerges. Wednesday, June 3- Jaycees 12 noon Kittrell's Restaurant

For while the Gross National Product Increased by ; Navy Recruiter. 10:30: a.m., Post Office; Exchange %

$8.5 billion between the last quarter of 1963 and the Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Cen clAatJ

first quarter of 1964, it rose $11.5 billion In the previous ter, 8 S; Army Recruiter, Post Office; Marine Re

quarter. cruller 9 12, Post Office.

However the slackening in the growth rate Is probably
explained by the failure of Inventory accumulationand BIBLE VERSE 4. Where found? may Uwonls be

plant and equipment investments to register gain. REAR-ENGINE CORVAN
Both the component are expected to move upward "Watih Ihorrlontl her } .
Anwrr to BJlitorn*
soon, and coupled with rising consumer outlays and an know s.4 "hat'* your Lord
d k>lh ram*." 1. Jesus Christ
expanding volume of construction this Is expected t to
1. Who gave UK above w.rnA To Ms twrlv dJ r1plt'l. -
produce quarterly Increases beyond the $15 billion mark. ing?
:1 The coming of Christjudgement. to ,
U increases are not forthcoming, there'll be questions 3. T* whom wu he speaking' '
:3. Abmt what event wu r*
about the effect of this year's tax cuts. spraMnc! __ _4. Matthew 24: 41: __ .$i'flifa tor ctobiiliave dou lcwalis. load llodr ju$ J#


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Major League baseball owner., working througha PEANUT HULLS ;_ '

ipedal committee are trying to land a fat television' wptr antifreeze. Q lt'$ the <5orvair5W'

by contract professional something football on the The order Idea of one according recently to Jon For Your Yard Care __ _

Fetzer, of the Detroit Tigers Is to offer fans a Major' ,

League One game good every feature Monday of the night proposed plan 1s that all 1 Shrubbery Flowes i _ CHEVROLETQUAUTITllWOCICOtTUSt II'' ,

team would share equally In the financial gravy' and I _

that all team would be televised during the season. EASY TO HANDLE :

were But to if mean. a* Fetter that recently eventually hinted weekend, this money Major package League I' !:Ii

games were to be discontinued, fans will want BO part ofit 90 POUND BALES I

I Check the T-N-T truck deals now at your Chevrolet dealer's
Sports fans today, Including shuttns. Invalid, and
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every weekend (on Saturday and Sundays) It.. almost I slog

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a few yean ago would have not believed possible. I LEE PARRAMORE

Americans see these games free. In their Bring

"I I room K Major League owner aren't getting enough, MT. PLEASANT MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET Co
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4. STUDENTS RECEIVE SUPERIORNancy 'liked how you developed pictu reel
-----..- ,of houses. When on the
machine It rthe words on

a yellow paper. And I thank you
for the name plates. I 11I f ,

Your friend,
Richard Massey.Mr .

I HutrhUMon liked the Times office bee
cans ol the machines and the'

name plates. I liked how you developed .e Y
the houses on the paper tM
t The machines that made the I
name plates were interesting.Mostly \ .
1 liked the printing machines
------'r- last Judy Bumell Judith Smith Unria Blur They would prim thingsso .

Top rating of superior was Qumc I Ugh School, where LInda fast. Thank :you for letting us C +

awarded Judith Smith. Judy Russell is a sophomore and Nancy a 80.Your; friend, I I
Nancy and Linda Baur at I
Junior.' Linda Dan Godwin.
played a saxophone
the Slate Music Festival held recently
In Tallahassee. solo and wu accompanied Dear Mr. Hutchinson, i
at the piano by Nancy. Judy and I IIkldhi' machines Phcy
Judith I In the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Smith. She is1'Judith both played piano solos. worked fine, but I like the printing .
an eighth grade student at the The Judges were most complimentary machine best and you had STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS were elected at Quincy
Quincy Junior High School. Judy of the girls'; perform. fine workers, too. I hope 1 can High School Pictured from left to right are: Billy Bryant-

is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,an<'l'l. They were awarded two come Your again trtl'llcLlooa and\ see the machines. parliamentarian, Mary Louis Lester president, Pat
John Rusnell. She Is also an medals one for district superior ,
Parramoresecretary, Sanford-
eighth: grade student at Quincy.Nancy .I I and !the other for state super Hall. Kay. chaplain Christy
and Linda are the'lor. Dear Mr. Hutchlnson, Smith vie president, and not shown, Lamar Munroe.

daughters ot Mr. and Mrs JoelBaum All four girls are piano studentsof Thank you for showing us treasurer. Tiger's Tale Photo
a I They are students at the Mrs. LsVetra Armstrong. around the Times office. I enjoyed .

... ... _-. 'r -- it very much. I think 1 have Peggy Perkins.

SHADE TOBACCO H. Marcus Edwards, "Outstanding! Young Farmer (for 1964," i, 'prey easily to everything from'i the visit. They were shown learned Your a friend lot about what I saw. Dear Mr. llutfl.lnaon. 1" l&l
: ,
I pointing out the tying up procedure of ihad tobacco to some Quincy Jaycees, I :pests to hail I, the slakes are high. I through the plant by the pub- Anella Smith. I enjoyed going; through the c:1,
jewel the
"A sluicehave :
county lisher. J. Love Hutchlnson. :
Alex McMillan (fletO. Jimmy Auman and Don Brown. Photo by Martin'i Studio_ prospered because of the I Tuesday llutchlnxin received Dear Mr. Hutchlnson. printing office. Thank you for taeiW. S
--- i Hie name. I hope 1 ,,
toreslght of the late Pat Monroe, letters of appreciation from them Thank you fur showing the can comeagnln
than that lie has been constantly'Ralph Perkins were winner, run a banker who urged! his l'WItoml'rsl which follow: class all the machines but I did sometimes.Lnve. .
C. D. Johnson at work throughout his Masonic ner-up and consolation winner, to invest tn Cora-Cola stock. His Dear Mr. Hulchlnsnn, not get to see aU the machinesbut It. shall give hi. angtlttharta
career in behalf of Masonry in respectively, in the fifth flight son Bradley said the county talk the one 1 like best was the Cindy Strickland. concerning thee. to
Thank for the
this area and particularly Wash Sixth flight top prize went to ably had one ot the largest(1mb-I you you printing machines and thank innhe Dear Mr. Hulchlnsnn, thee.
(CMtluM Ir.m Tm Out) gave us Friday. I liked the nameplate guard -(Luke ClIO
ington Lodge No. 2. Among: the Henry dork, while/ prizes fur capita concentrations of the name plate. I wish 1 Thank you for taking me!
the finance committee ot the many things he has done for his runner-up and consolation went to] stock In the world. I you gave me, and I liked Mild come again and visit through the office. I enjoyed the It wt but seek It through
home Lodge Is start It back on the Dear! Davis and Joe Meacham.The all the machlner I IIThI"y Your friend visit and the machines. Thank reverent prayer wt can tI.
church. financial He seventh light was dominated 'The Quincy State Bank, of were very interesting. I wish I you fur printing I
He wu born In Gadsdcn Can road to solvency. which Mr. Munroe I. executive could Oulda Totichton. my mime. hypel ways have the protectioi. >f
other day
was directly responsible for carrying by P. J. Ephrlam, closely go some Dear Mr. Ihtlc'hlnswa, ran come buck sunn. rrndnorn.Uerwherew.
ty on November 8, 1905, the old vice president, stands as another Yours truly, r< or
est child of the late W. W. John out a program of refinancing followed by Carl Fowler, manner monument to his father's financial Darrell Ray. 1 want to thank you for all the Your frk'n1, what we do, provided our'
the Lodge indebtedness which has and Bill Dyer, consolation.Bob Ann
up printing machines showed Taylor.
175he you us'I
and Mrs. Johnson. In ; motives
ton genius. Dear Mr. Hutchlnson, are food and sincere.
Miss Elizabeth\ Clyde mad. it possible for the Lodgeto Wind pro manager of the think I learned a lot about
married "When the 'bank holiday' was I thank you for the nameplates Dear Mr. HutcWiwon, --
Jiarrison. pay back its Just obligations. club, staled that he felt the declared in 1933 the them. Thank you for the nameplate.
at of
depths for our class and my
Brother Johnson has labored long tournament was a huge success I enjoved my visit nt Gndnden
Durward was a pant presidentet and well for the Craft and his and expressed gratitude to Bell & I the Depression the bank's liquidIty name It was very much fun In Your friend.Eddie County Times. Some (it lute hujs INSECTICIDESSOIL
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the Quincy Clamber of Commerce was 87U per rent of its as the Uadsdrn County Times Office I :
election to the station of Senior
Bates Hardware Company, Shelf- fiance soil girls I bait their iwnte DlalesKrtitay.
the Quincy CommunityChest Grand Warden Is justly deserved.We (' -Blitch and Fletcher-Cantey for sets. Tellers stacked and money ontables I I like the plates maker. Dear Mr. Hiitchmsun Most ot (Item I still have FUMIGANTS
the Gadsden County Tobacco his hometolks, are looking donation of many of the awards. in the lobby raised the Your Mend I appreciate ion slowing me their name pia...... 1 still have
blind that customers could Bill
: Festival and Fair Association forward to the apex of hit Mar(I so nndges. the office name pint. I thllnk for
printing and the Linotype my you WEED KILLERS
\ look.
and the Quincy Rotary dub.He drop by for a reassuring Dear Mr. HuU-hlnson,
ionic career in an outstanding: I and all the printing ma showing us anxuid the (MutlmCninly
wu tramurer o( the QuincyDevelopment 'Times Gilesflee "The county's three other banks Thank you for showing ui
I term as Grand Master of Masons chines. I appreciate you showing Times. I think I laveIeamed
Corporation a nonprofit and a home loan agency are In. through the printing office. Thank
In Florida in 1906. us how you print papers and a little more about trw
corporation promoting new, I sured by the Federal Deposit you for the name plates. making machines at Gtdnirn SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
our name plates.Your cainl1'Tim.
Industry In thii area, at the time, hear Pals OM'n Insurance Corporation. Quincy Your friend, ...
Stat Bank Is nut, some residents Joe. frlifxt ,
of his death.
Johnny Taylor Dean Your friend,
MrCnrmlck.
became active In (. In nearby Tallahassee, she say because of an aversion ,to Dear Mr. Hutchlnson, .
Mr. Johnson voiced and bitterness toward Deer Mr. Hiilchlitson, Jennie t.Vmis.So
anger Federal supervision. Thank for showing Us I
the Masonic order on July 26, (C..ll.... tnm Pear O..( i whiles in Florida and New "Mr. Munroe said he had talked around the you printing office. Thank Thank you for showing us
hit En.
1927, when he received York. She was arrested for picketing around the Times office. 1 liked Sales & ServiceInc.
with agency officials about coverage you for putting my name on apiece far we have not heard
tried Apprentice Master Mason degree: on He August be art Is the editor of the local club's]' :, she said, outside the Florida several years ago but that I| of Iron, and I had fun linking Ihe machine at the date ot the great. outcry against the tax cut.a
came a building. And thank for the
Pavilion World Fair.
bulletin. at the bother"' you
had asked 'Why the
they at
made. But
picture you .
28, 1928. He served Washington; .
Master in The Quincy Exchange: dub also "She argued that Negroes: after so long a period without It. that red liquid didn't smell good. name plates.Your
Lodge as Worshipful of was named lit runner up In Best would never be free, In that "Our capital structure Is so high Your friend, friend, The big pique I In this world
1943 and has since been 1947 secretary with the Club Award which Involves overall word's fullest sense, to register; that :you might say we're selfinsured Pat Hlgglns.\ Roger Skipper. usually leave oft the big fUes.Lnng Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101
the Lodge Dew Mr.
under the present system ot race Hulchlrwnn,
club activities and cat runner he explained. Dear Mr. Hulchlnson,
exception ot the year 1950. He up In attendance at the convention relations her*. She declared angrily "Qulncy's 11,874 residents Include I liked lie trip much. I I enjoyed my vlat tn the QUINCY. FLORIDA
had served on 19 Grand Lodge verp whwkd today'
oflb! I talkers
that they Intended to change printing Friday. thought are
having 10 adults and t junior six millionaires according liked to see the men work themachines.
committees since 1946 and has members that system by one means or another liked tlM name plate very much 'out of their/ age, I
present. They were Mr. to Mr. Munroe, while perhaps another : Thank you for the
held 18 Grand Lodge appointive
and said that violence might : 1 thought everything was Inter
olliccs, serving twice as Senior and Mrs. A. D. Macon, Mr. and six live elsewhere In the paper Thank you for telling us --- --- -
esllng
Mrs, Randolph Jones, Mr. and result county. about the machines.
Grand Deacon.He Mrs. A. B. Blackburn, Dale Sech-, The situation here points up "The confidence bom of this Your Mend, Your friend, HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
was also a member of the ler, Jack Strickland, Frank Pitt- the more subtle barriers to Negro background was hardly shaken Lynda llund. Thomas Wiggins\
York Rite, the Scottish Rite, the man Manning Taylor and Mrs. registrations. Observers believe (taut January by the beginning of Dear Mr. Hutchinson, Dear Mr. Hulchlnsnn,
Shrine and the Order of the Eastern John Lewis Taylor. I these probably will remain even CORE'S confrontations with the Thank you for showing theprinting 1 enjoyed all 1 itf lie machines.: CARS
Star, and held the 'honorary Junior members In attendancewere after opposition by registrars; has police And James Farmer national office. I think 1 I liked the machine that i' USED PARTS for all maU
degrees ot the Red Cross of Contanbne been eliminated In the more than director of CORK, cameto ,,1 ::'r.hI'n wsy burned on the picture But then
Jim Spooner, Joel you printed .
and the Royal Order of Embry, 100 Southern counties where It town and spoke In the Negro for the I liked the machine thai had the of Can and Truck.
Robert Lodge! Neal Davis, Patsy you name plates. 1 en-
Scotland. still constitutes a serious obstacle typewriter on II. Well. I lieu' Ican't
McNeil Mary Martha Mawtey. church with no Interference from loyal It very much. ( 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
A Masonic Family Night In Ills whiles Your friend, make up my mind, so I'll
Patricia Parramort
honor wu scheduled for Saturday' Taylor. and Johnny "Negroni Outnumber Mhlret "However, Mit. Due said both Leigh Quinn. Just have to say thank you and WE BUY JUNKED CARS

evening, May 23 at the Sawano, "As in most of the others, Ne- the police and sheriff's deputieshad Dear Mr. J. ... llutchlnmn, I enjoyed' U very much. 1422 W. J.ff.non MAIn 7.7115
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Club in Quincy. The affair, which Jack Strickland was elected to goes outnumber whiles In Gads followed her constantly, that I liked the visit to the Gads Your friend
has been cancelled, was to have the State Board of Control ol the den County 24,951! to 17,038. Agriculture officers had parked outside Negro ,den County TIm.... 1 am happy
been Jointly sponsored by the:Florida State Exchange Clubs. dominates Its economy' ,
churches whale voter rallies wereIn you made our name on a pieceof
local Lodge, Gee Lodge No. 21, of: although it has some mining and I progress and had made a display !lead.
Chattahoochee, and Havana Lodge light industry. And Us racial Your
of taking automobile licence friend,
No. 167. Many distinguished Ma. Golf Tourney customs are marked by the car plate numbers at rsllles and out Allen 1J 1lun. FIRST IN THEIR CLASS !
sons from over the State and Na rot-end-stick paternalism of the side the registrar's office.Twfcr Dear Mr. Hutchlnsnn,
lion had been Invited.A 4C...I..*. tnm >... 0..> Old South. Pone Walca Thank you for the name plate
paragraph extracted from But In tome ways It differs "J. W. lUIr the Quincy police you gave mt. 1 know 1 will enJoy
the pnnted program for the nowcancelled Ted Rodrique and Andrew Smith sharply from typical Black Belt chief, conceded that Mrs. Due using It.
Saturday night affair, claimed runner-up prize with counties. Its 6ttiO( ( acres of: shade- had been kepi under surveillance. I enjoyed looking at the 1 ,
reflects the feelings of his fellow Booney Cox winner of consola grown: tobacco produce a multimillion His formal title, director of public itlllcrrnl machines at tht Vjaus-many 4 e o
Masons. It read: lion I dollar crop used for cigar safety, and that of his or- urn County Times offl... 1 still i 9
"Although wf are honoring him Jim Bruckelt was victorious In wrapper. gaiilxatum. the public safety department don't think I could wink one.
at this time because of his recent the fourth night, trailed by' And because the tobacconow attest to juincy's concern You have helped
many 'I'I.
election to the Grand West Broth Craig flowers and Charles'MeGlnnls. ripening under miles ot with its national reputationas In this city. p
er Johnson means a whole lot cheesecloth Is one of farmIng's a well-ordered city. Thank .

more to the Lodges of this area Bill Flowers, _BUI Smith and greatest gambles,__ tailing I "Mrs. Due contended that local With much love I
I Negroes looked up to her as a Mellnda Langlord.
"representative of a national organization. P.!. I learned many things from FROM FLETCHER CANTEY
." By following her and our trip. -
stopping her for questioning, she Dear Mr llulrhlnson. I
said, the police rekindled old Thank yin fur tht name plate>
fears among Negroes, which ,you made me. I have enjoyed
made them increasingly reluctant'using It. I enjoyed ?ring, eypry.:, YES, THE BEST, MOST WANTED, AND

To The People to register. I ttung.Hl the panting "Sht also said Negroes suit don't
some understand why you
Involved in the current drive and I use thai red and clear liquid. | MOST-APPRECIATED GIFTS COME FROM

those of the put had lust their Thank you fur the mat that you'
Jobs and hurt been subjected' to I lave my d.... My motlier
ft
other pressures. I the tame newspaper that you FLETCHER-CANTEY MEN'S WEAR. OUR

The economic dependence ofNegiws I lulled on the mat Friday. teU
oiGadsden on whites, a dependence I he[ man that was at the
grounded In near-poverty in the I Llnotyp nwdune thank) ot'l,| EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF GRADUATE-

case of some farm workers, U another ( 8III4t hit cleaned off my ram.'
major handicap, according I lllal.. I hope you tnil8d tod APPROVED
to Mrs. Due. She said that son. I ui g my IMll'r. FASHIONS AND GIFTS ARE

lived under conditions approachIng Your friend
slavery. Whites denied this. Laura Sperling.
STRICTLY
CountyI 'She was asked It the Negros I Dear Mr. Hulrhlnson. TOP-OF-THE-CLASS!

goal was to build up their political I want 10 thank you for letting
: \Influence and use It to Improve 'm come to the Times office and
their lot She IndkalMl she 1 i I thank you f.ie the
II name pia t...
thought this would be Impossible 1 r had fun .Idune, the man print TO MAKE YOUR GIFT SHOPPING EASIERWE
because ol "the system." I man' aunt on erne enytJ.
Quincy OUR Is getting c' ,
ready to fo into direct action," A boy In Mra. Nk'b laon'1 titian, HAVE THE SIZES, MEASUREMENTS,

wish to take this opportunity to thank all of the said with an' ::Ir.a:1l pleased I Droll'Paul MI'Blf'tJtll'll. nbry.
expectancy 'It i : to be along ulchlntonrndi/
\ hot summer. I etijoyad an *'. trip CORRECT MAILING ADDRESS, AND FUTURE

my "home folks" who saw fit to give me their wry lime much.Ha.ee.. I Thank'flll"I'IIJooto4 dw
PLANS OF
Fourth Graders he machines ....... Thanko ALL THE MALE GRADUATES OF

very' nwuceMlke.b lor taking 118 through

support in my recent campaign.It Wrile 'ThankYou' he with love, i THE FOLLOWING AREA HIGH SCHOOLS -

Debra tltlrant.per .
) Mr. HuMUneno.
Letters

dam th out the T1 e."ntarY.. QUINCY ATTAPULGUS

was most gratifying to see the wonderful Twenty-twit pupil << tits 4th I" path jtI you far our name GREENSBORO BAINBRIDGE
grade ot Quincy Elementary thought the Linotype,
grhonl which tt taught by Mrs. dune* hrw.Jn1uI mataet HAVANA
Makvim Nlchi'VMi made a visit *: ki the world. BRISTOL
vote that I received in Gadsden County. la the plant of the Cadsden Your friend

I County Thaws last friday morn Tony ftLcp. CHATTAHOOCHEE

ing. Several o( the mothen ofhe Dw Mr. ilutcttnsnn. ,
( boys and girls asto made I enjoyed last Fridays trip. I

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I also wish to tell all my friends to save all of
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Bridge Club Meets I'' Mrs. Ben Duncan

With Mrs. Williams Hostess At Bridge

WOMEN'S PAGE Mrs. J Fisher Williams will Mrs. Ben Duncan entertainc

hostess to her Wednesday afternoon her Wednesday bridge dub a,

> r p bridge club. Rose and other her home Rose and !Iris were

spring flowers were In the effectively arranged In the Using
".nolll having Item of social nature are urged to call party room and dining toms

Mis. May S. Richardson at MAIn 7-8503 Mn. Pierce Williams, a guest I Mrs. Maxwell Fletcher was Ugh
won high score and Mrs. James winner
score on this occasion.
iiiimm iimm uooocMlas
Johnson, low.
At conclusion ot three progressions -I Preceding the fame she serveda

Quincy PilotsTo Out-Door Supper the hostess served an at- dessert with coffee

tractive party plat*. I
The average voter know little
Honor Mrs. Given for
Couple
Sidewalk law like sidewalk about th* Issue and leas about
Member of Flat Creek uapt:, t medicine, I* strictly for the birds. the candldatH.The .
Holley Sunday Church entertained with a mlscelaneous .
The Quincy Pilot Cub will have shower and out-door super CANDY STRIPERS OFFICERS who were Installed In an Impressive eeremoat
In honor of their pastor, Rev. nesday afternoon May 13 in the club room of the Quincy Slat Bank are: Wed-I'
HOUM" la honor of Door iV'Litlle
Mn i "Open Clsdy* Holley Sunday afternoon -Jack Yelvlngton and hit fiancee Campbell (Oeft)- treaiuier Carol Liggett secretary, Nancy Dreher me pr.. For

from 3:30: to 5.30 at the Jefferson Miss Vera Mercer, whose marriage and Judy Smith preildent Serving ai bitalllng officer was Mrs Fred Klbilka'
will be
an event ot June 8-
HOUM.Mn. The covered dish cupper was president of the Gadidea County Hospital Auxiliary the sponsoring organisation.After ., Knox"t

Holley ws elected District served on the ground which were the ceremony a social hour was enjoyed and refreshment were served by,
tom Governor at Dlitrlct 4 (Florida) In surrounded by colorful flowers and the Hospital Auxiliary with Mr*. E. C. love and Mn. J. W. Woodward, acting toslessei. -
April .t the district convention in native shrubbery.
Ft. Lauderdale.Just ______ Photo by Martin's Studio,
Approximately 110 people at- t
completing her term u lit 'ended this nice affair
U. Governor at the District Mn The honoree were the recaps Woman's Club First Baptist Book ClubMeeting
Holley hu served u president of of many beautiful and use

the is the Quincy office Pilot manager dub twice.tt Talijuln She :ful gift*. In Last Meet Day W.M.S.The Held 1

Electric Cooperative. I following circle ot First The Book Cub held Its last
Misc. Shower Of 63-64 Year
All 52 club In th* district have Baptist Dsy WMS. reported their meeting or the spring season at

been Invited to the Sunday "Open Th Quincy Woman' Cub held meetings Monday May U. "For the horn of Mn. N. F. !rain. Sr.on .'
-- House." Greeting the guests at For Bride-elect ts last meeting of the club year Liberty and Light," from Royal Thursday evening, May liThe ;i

Johanna Beythekker the door will be Mr*. Vivian RIch.line Miss Lynda Presnell, bride Friday May IS at the Cub House. Service wa* program topic. ho. .. was decorated with tit r.. r
ants and In the receiving elect ot June was the inspiration Preceding the business! session a Rosa Cox CIrcle met In the arrangement of magnolia blossoms s II
Miss HeythekkerWill will be Mn. Clarice Higgins club for a delightful miscellaneous coffee was given at 10;30 In honor home of Mn. A. M. Towles and whit hydrangea and roses. -

president; Mill Allle Ferguson and shower Wi.iesday evening, given ot the past presidents and the district had eight members and two visitors I .
Mrt. Holley
Graduate president-elect Mabel Walters: of TallahaMe ; *- by Miss Bonnie King nd Miss director, Mrs Joseph I. present. Mn. R. T. Freeman The dining table was overlaid : I
Mill Msthl of Panama CIty who Installed chairman, presided during business t
Sylvia Skipper at the home of with an embroidered whit linen
District 4 Secre-
Mss Johanna lleytheklter of who li the the former. Idled spring flowers the new officers during the session. Call to prayer by cloth, and centered with a silver "
Quincy will receive a bachelors tary. were at Interest points in th* party meeting As they entered they Mn. Cary Franklin was followed bowl of magnolia blossoms. Three' .' '

degree from Huntingdon College wm*. were greeted by Mrs. Pierce Sy program with MM't. W. R. tiered silver candle stick held .
Williams and pinned with corsage Lambert In charge .. H. D white candle '
of Tuesday Study Several bridal and burning "
May 25. She 1* the daughter game eon- Mn. LanIer Richardson. I I
by Rook will be hostess next month.
teats were A covered dish dinner
enjoyed. Prize winners wa enjoyed "
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Mr. and Mrs. Karl Heythekker I Ida Holloway Circle Mn. Frank .
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Club In MeetThe were, Mis Mary Jan Mynardand by the member I
of Quincy, and a gradual of Mill Brenda Whit Mr*. Maurice Owens poured Whittle, chairman, met with Mn
A short business session followed Everett Morrow and Mrs. Foster Lashlle look
Qulnry High School. Tuesday Study Cub held coffee from the silver service T. P. Peacock. Mn. Peacock gave
Dainty party sandwiches, dips, placed on a small table coveredty the call to and Mn. Carl and the landing officers the door
The commencement exercise its last meeting ot the current cracker, cookie and mint were prayer were reelected to serve another over to Qulncy's own "Little Fort
cutwork! cloth and
a1n1'll Edwards
was in of theo
this week with Mn. 1. M. charge "
will be held in the Huntingdon year, The group spentthe served. highlighted by an arrangement of rogrmm.i Then were nine members year. Mrs.. W. W. Massey Is Knox. This Is the modem new storage vault

chapel with Dr. Leslie Wright d''day .'r''tu Point cottage Among the IS guests was the spring flowers. Cake and nut present this meeting The chairman.The I now In operation at Morrow'i Cleaners.
president of Howard College, u of Mn. Llndsey's ion In law mother of the honoree, Mrs. J. R.Presnell. were also served hostess for June meeting will be tint meeting ot fall will
the speaker. I and daughter. Dr. and Mr. Fred I The president, Mr*. James Watt Mrs Ludan May. be held at the home ot Mrs. Russell
Butler. A abort business session presided during the business setIon. Maurice Jones CIrcle nut with Willi.-t and Miss Garnett

Mrs. Sidney Johnson was held and the committee named Coke Party For A beautiful devotional. Mrs. F. J. Betts, who Is also ,Laird will review the book. The STORE YOUR
far planning next year'i pro' 'God'i Kind of Woman" was chairman. Mrs. J. Phillips second Thursday in September II
b Hostes At Bridge grams. Thou on It are, Mn. W. Miss given by Mrs. Earl Schofield. gave the call to ; ; and the ,planned dati.ICoke .
Mn. Sidney Johnson was hostess E. Woodward, Tallahassee, Mn. MiddletonMiss ,Irs. G. O. Bamett secretary, program wa presented by Mn. I FURS and WOOLENSIN
to her Thursday afternoon L. M. Llndiey and Mn. John Barbara Ann Morrow and read the minutes, after which the D. R. Darsey. Thirteen member Party For
bridge club at her home In Gretna. Thonuon. her mother Mrs. Everett Morrow 'treasurer, Mn. R H Strickland, and Iwo visitors were prey

Colorful spring flowers were .t Following lunch Mn. Carey entertained with a Coca-Cola Party gave her reportHistorian ant. The meeting next month will Miss Woodward OUR MODERN NEW
focal point Jessup of Chattahoochee presented Saturday afternoon at their Mn. A. W. Flake, be with Mr*. D. K. Kelly.

Mn. Hal! VanlAndingham, a a short program ot poetry ai home In honor of Miss Mary Mid- gave the highlight of the club'swork Grace McBride Mn. Roy Mc-I Mill Judy Woodward bride STORAGE VAULT
guest who won high score which she does annually. leton and Miss Joan Weidler I over a period of U years' Lendon, chairman, met with Mn. elect of June was the inspiration
was a tray. Bingo prize went to brides-elect. Most ot the guest In an Interesting manner. Joseph Suber who also gave the I.for a delightful Coca Cola party
Mn. Kenneth Maxwell. The happiest people go to wert society (Chi Omega) alters I The new officers were then Installed Call to Prayer. Mn. John Mo- yesterday morning, May 20, when
At conclusion ot three progressions church; there must be something of the honorees and Miss by the district director. Afe had charge of the programfor I Mi* Morris Suber, Mrs. Howard
the hostess served a deinert, to U. Morrow.A I They are, president Mn. Canton the nine members present I Fletcher and Mrs. R. V. Cantey
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white arrangement with snapdragons Ba ett first vice president- Mrs. Roy McLendon: will be hostess entertained In her honor at the
and mum predomlnatlnientered Mr*. E. Nash Philpot second to her circle next month. \home of the former. An array of
the dining table which I vice president Mn. W. N. Fair !beautiful flowers in 'pastel colon

was covered by a whit cutwork cloth, third vice president Mre.I I were at focal point throughoutthe
the best linen cloth. I Lanier Richardson, fourth vice Shower For attractive home. I,

iy 114'xed spring: flower were .t president Mn. Fred Klbilka, I Centering the dining table wa
t of the Past ot interest recording secretary Mrs. Tracy Miss Presnell a silver
.. point In the living Riddle, assistant Mrs. E. H.Routon epergne of roses, carnations -
room and den. stock and Iris.
treasurer Mr*. Robert Mn. W. P. Dolan and her I
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often Among hI25l\1f1t. Mia
Inspires were The hostesses gave the honoreea
Mlddletoa'i Hall, .1I1.tantMra.. Harold daughter Miss Jan Dolan ot 118
mother, Mrs. W. E.
personal gift as a memento of
I levli, parliamentarian Mn bolts Street. Chattahoochee, entertained
MIddleton and the
\h1Sf'1r mother of herfiance this
t lovely
Cl'FJ Mrs. Morris Suber end Henry Faulk, corresponding secretary Thursday evening, May party.
Mn. George Wei tier of Tallahassee Mn. James Watts, hlstor- 14 with a miscellaneous shower Among the 40 guests were moth- FOR TOUR GARMENTS I
mother ot Milt Weidler. Ian- Mrs. A. W. Flake. In honor of Miss Lynda Preanell en of the couple, Mn. R. D.
The hostesses gave the bride Mrs. T. A. Ferguson presented whose marriage to Steven Dean Woodward Jr. and Mn. Harbcrt
elect crystal glasses the club a beautiful framed picture will be an event of June 11. The Gregory and grandmothers Mn.'
ot this/ delightful party.Pe.jOna u.mementos she made from button of party room were effectively decorated Pat Munroe, Mrs. R. D. Woodward FIRE PROOF
different sizes and hues, forminga with mixed spring flower Sr. and loire D. A. Butlerof
bouquet. It will be hung in he *. Havana.

dining room. Several bridal game were
Mrs. W. N. Falrcloth led the played Including outlines of hands, Mrs. Corry Is Hostess 100% INSURED

pledge ot allegiance to the flag the guest giving "advice" to the To
Wednesday Club
after which the group sing"America" bride elect etc. Mn. John T. ,
Mn. Ronald Jester and ton with Mn. LL. Willis Clark and Mr*. J. M. Clark were Mn. James Edmund Corry entertained /
r week accompanying at the piano. winners and awarded prizes. I her Wednesday bridge
have returned from a vlu
r in Miami with her aunt. Mrs. Ellen Mn. UawKtt, the Incoming The hostesses served delicious club yesterday.at her Mexico The Beach cottage' morrow ( eanerd
Savage president accepted the club lei party sandwiches decorated cake group enjoyed IN -
swimming, playing cards and
eratlon pin and gavel presentedby a '
and
Mr. and Mn. Edwin Baur have squares, nuts punch. delicious STREETS
Mn. Watts. Ihe pin Is the lunch. CORNER MONROE AND> CRAWFORD
returned tram New Orleans where The honoree received many
I I one presented by the late Mri i.Mieade Fruit greenery and sea shell
they spent several day on bust Love. She announced that pretty and useful gilts on this were at points of Interest In thecottage. QUINCY ELORIDJIMANY
.. occasion.
n"Mr. and Mn. A. D. LoveQ and there, board would at be the a meeting club Tuesday of berne Among the guest were Mn ._"_ ___ n .____
chlldren nt Tampa have returned J R Presnell, mother of the -
ana a workshop new in ranama
." horn following a visit ';'lth'her Qty May 26, which she hoped bride elect and; grandmother: Mr*.
Mr. and Mrs. H. & Me-
parent, would be well attended. Mn Steve Dolan. I

I 4 Call.Mr. Bassett expressed forth
appreciation
"COLONIAL and Mn. Fount May, Jr
confidence the dub placed in
Luncheon For
have returned from a vacation at
her and asked for cooperation In
i ,' III eoIId silver Emerald! Crest making this a good administration THANKS
Miss Judy Woodward of Rich Two Brides-to-Be
She then named her chairmen and
i mood Vs.. is visiting her parents
Imeplted by the"1Idlfl.'aek- Mr.: and Mr*. R. D. Woodward: department head Miss Mary Middleton and Miss
Mrs.
Henry t sulk, chairman of Judy Woodward, brides elect,
>patterns> of our early eraftsrn.a.. Jr Intemation Affair made an interfiling shared honon at a luncheon Mon ,
Mr. and Mr T. 3- Ben .
spent I '
i I Lund create thla mart and well prepared talk on"Let
design lathe several day In New Orleans recently day given by Mils Ermine Owen- '"
I contemporary manner.Perfect Freedom Ring." She told of by at the Jefferson HOUM. f

tor modem or period homo Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McPherson many thing women were doing Centering the table was a
Now IB our Silver Department.VLJ had u weekend guests their I to promote peace and democracy bride-like arrangement In a corn-
to help alleviate suffering and ticreate
son In law and daughter Mr. and pot* with cuplds.
Mrs. E. H. Bedenbsugh and ion the a better world. understandingaround Place card were of bridal
4 t tfry. tr
ot Lake dry. Mn. J. Fisher Williams had motif.

7 fJ. of. The Rev. M. J.conference Bywater attended t beautiful and Interesting:, a* well a Th hostess gave the honorees
a clergy l *
u educational display of dolls she silver In their chosen patterns.
Camp Weed last week.
JEWELER Mill Susan West and Miss Ann had collected in many countries. Among the ight guest were
A* she allOwed each she told of mother of the couple Mrs. W.
Claire DtVane, student at FSV
1 QUINCY FLORIDA and customs and costume of that E. Middleton, Mrs. Morris Suber.
spent" the weekend with Mr.
R. W. Jr. and
Mr* Woodward
Mrs Everett Morrow and thedaughter Atryttre
entrance of the club Mrs. Harbert Gregory.
Barbara Ann who iI
there
was an autlientic production
also a student there.__ of the am covered wagon which I BridesteBe'Share .
was band carved. The Mormonswere

the tint to have covered
I wagons, Mn. Faulk said. There' Honors .

BELK-HUDSON CO. were also figure ot families Mss Judy Woodward "and Miss
flanking the wagon. This and the Mary Middleton, bride elect
Japanese decorauona the
on mantel -
shared honon at a beautiful one
and other ot Interest
i point o'clock luncheon Tuesday given
were also from Mr*. William'
Mrs
collection. by Mr Fount May Jr.,
Don May and Mrs. Pat Hlgdon! ,
During lunch Mrs. Maurice
at the home of the fanner. Rose,
Owens, member of the courtesy iris, lilies and other spring flower To my many friends and supporters in the
1 I committee presented Mn. Watts, were effectively arranged lath
out-going president with a beautiful Centering the
party room
alabaata compote from the
dining table was t silver epergneof
:club and expressed appreciationtor root Place card were t* First and the that others
I her splendid leadership, diplomacy bridal dedgn. Primary hope many
Ice the progress that
;women had made during her ad- Th bosteese guv' the honorees
petti ministration (one outstanding personal gifts a* memento ot this

LR thing being the remodeling of occasion. will consider my record of service and join
the club) and many other good, Among tilt 30 guest were moth-
en ot the couple, Mr. R. D.
Watts
expressed appreciation Wondward. Jr., Mrs Herbert
lot the cooperation of the Gregory Mrs. W. E. Middletonand in the
women, for their good will tbeawr'ltW'rth Mr*. Morris Suber. you second.
support In and said
her heart was gratitudeat Mount Zion WMUIn
,
having had the
opportunity to
grow mentally and spiritually as Monday Meet
she worked with hem Mount lion WMU met with

t Darts the lunch !hour, Mrs. H Mr*. A. A. Fellen Monday Bight
, J. who had charge el h. with seven members preeent This
, Fine Art Program Introduced was the second Royal Service program CLINTON
Mr. Charles Pudtett director ot from Liberty and Light

UMoyne Art Foundation In Tal Mia Hid: Blount led the call
lahassee. He told el his work to prayer.

there and Invited the group to visit During the social hour the hoe
X16.98Z the Foundation. Mrs. Gears tces served delldou refreshment*
Lewis H. who accompanied him
I spoke briefly ot the Art Foundation.

District director, Mr*. J.-pIII. BASSETT'COUNTY
Piece Stretch Suit Among the cut of town guests Mathl and Mrs. Mae Lewis of
Nylon at the club were Mrs. Stanley Panama City were .
Shiep Mrs. J. C. Jackson and Aa attractively decorated birthday

Darling In Aqua Mrs. Hugh Strphensojv Chattahoochee cake made by Mrs. Flake
Mrs. H. A. Lov and was on tilt mats table. Day lilies
Mia Mary Lon ol Mexico and I were clustered at Interval OB tilt
SEE IT ATBELKHUDSON'S Mrs. peter Miller and Mrs. C. CLove table. A beautiful arrangement of TAX COLLECTORPaid
who were among the tint: mined spring flowers centered the
110 assist In the erganlsanoa ei.I table at which the officer and
,dub work brae as revealed ta I speakers were _...
I the history written by Mr*. R. F lira Dbnt l steer WM chairman ( Political AdrJII
Godard. Mr*. L. U Wilt* and I st tile hot_ commltte
I other In the history which war Mn. Lee R. Honoree and Mrs

M beautifully presented by Mr*. Lanier rpchardm mad the cor-
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THURSDAY. MAY > 1%l MOBWOMEN'S 81lol5lettttttl.
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Church Women Home EC Classes i1:! Miss Powell Is Circle Meets Coke Party


PAGE I I In General Meet t:/ Hear Interior 'Honoree At TeaA With Mrs. Corry For Miss Mercer


:I The prayer group of the Warner I Decoration Talk beautiful\ tea honoring .Jai. Mn Edmund Cnrry was hostew Mn a Y Reynolds entertain
'of the First Presbyterian Qiurdi I Marie Powell. bride elect ol Rob to the
Amaryhs Garden Circle -
Person Items of social 'rd with beautiful Coca Cola
having nature a
to call
are
urged was led by Mrs Marie Sutton ol!I ,
Mrs Evelyn A lton's and H Carraway was given by Thtlt'sd'iy. Thii wee a covered
Mrs.M pray Wednesday. May :30 from
Mn. May S. Richardson at MAID 7-8503 Jacksonville, who was house
gucslol : James
Rubyolts Home ;: rs. M. Nicholson Mrs dish lunch and the group was 4;30) until 6 In honor of Miss Vera
Mrs Allen Cantey Mondaj' classes enjoyed an Informative Nina Bevii and Mn John W. served around the pool after Mercer whose marriage to Rev.
,
at. pm. "lnt.m Cephart on Saturday .afternoon which
program m Decoration"last they pnjn'fdwln, the Jack YeMngton will be an eventof
this the Ma,, is, from four until six beautiful\
Following general meet Thursday morning at 10 grounds. June The ot
i scene the
Lake Is Sceneof Dorris ShofnerAt Forest Hills t Ing was hens Mitt Katherinc'odock at the GadmVti County clock, at the home ot Mrs During the business session offleers was hitlrelli Restaurant. Beau party*
Brown Introduced Mr. R L Fury High School The classes consist Nicholson. for the next club year, uful arrangement ot mixed
Saturday PartyMr. Beauty ShowDorrli WSCS MeetsThe executive director ol Presbyterian of 9th grade girls The party rooms were effectively ; which begins In September, were spring flowers were at points ot
Menses ot the Synod, of, Miss Maine Gatlln and Miss decorated throughout with elected This circle !has t rotat Interest, Mlnlarure pattie shells
and Mrs J. Frank Smith, Florida. He showed slides of Tammy Miller were' in charge of assorted pastel' \\ l'Iihe In the ing chairmanship Miss Sara May with chicken salad, cheese straws,
Shofnrr ol Bettye I Be.u Woman Society ol Christian Bradenton Manor and entrance hall
explained program arrangements In connection and on livingroom Love will be chairman In Sep docoraiexl cakes. nuts and minis
Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ktgdon\ ty Salon, attended the "Beauty Service ol Forest Hills Methodist the operations ot the home and with F H A work. I mantel were lovely fan tember for that meeting were served

entertained with a party Saturday Fair Hairstyle Show" held at the Church met Monday night\ life there. Plans he laid, are already Mrs Romulus Brtnkley presented ,shaped arrangements ol tall pink, Mrs. Arthur Corn will be the The hoKteM gave the honoree
night In honor at Mr. and Mrs.' Shrraton-Battle House, Mobile, in the borne ot Mrs. Nat Harris made to erect t home In a complete history on all periods and white gladioli On the vre- representative at the board meet a crystal! pitcher as a mementa
Alexander Johnson who were recently Ala. Special classes were taught with IT members present Winter Park and that there. wai and styles of furniture. Many tary In the living room was t ings. Mn Pal Munroe, Silent of this occssion.
married and MIa Maty by famous st/Ustt from ..11Y..., The meeting was called to order already t waiting list for that color Illustrations deputing each silver containing hydrangeas Member chairman Mn, tlberl Sixty glints enjoyed this dtx
Middleton and John Suber whose the Dinted Suits, such a* Mr by the president Mrs. Harris. home as well as the one in Brad period were shown explaining theIm1lll'llU1l'e In shades of lavender, green and Shelfer. secretary and treasurer Ughtful party.Ernest .
wedding will be an event at Ins Robert, Mr. Blackie Armstrong Mrs Thomas Kelsey gave the enton.Mr.. i of correlating nkalheland goes blue House chairmen are Mrs T. W
month, at the Lake Talquln cottage and Mr. Leon Duke. Mr. Duke is. devotional and Mrs. Clarence Parry explained that t I periods to their most complementary The let table which was covered Cantey. Muss Sara M Iay Love, Don Moody Jr.
ol the Higdons. with the Academy ot Beauty Culture foster read the minutes ol the birthday ottering this year would ath'milage. by an Imported linen cutwork' Mn Bill Dodran and Mil Joe
Red checked table cloths were In AUanta, Ct. I last meetln,. be shared between the E.'\'eCrean F Samples of materials tor droperiei cloth, was centered! by t tiered' Duys, Therapy chairman, Mn Is Award Winner

en the tablet and arrangements of Besides stylet and trends, the I The treasurer's report was Home for Retarded Children upholstery, curtains, car- silver and cut-glass epergne holdIng lUlllard Rmtduk and Mrs Duys. EmeM Don Moody Jr.. ton ol
wild Sow,, and fruit at potato ol art of cutting and coloring the made by !Mrs. John Cody. Mrs Minden, La. and for sc itol.cM, accesaaiies, and color double larkspur and snapdragons Mn R. I\\oudHtrd, Jr. is Lt Ins and Mn Ernest Don
Interest 'hair was taught. Awards wen Cody alas presented the program. arships to train workers fur 'mes fur walls, wen explained ot varied shades of pink, publicity chairman May of Yokuhnnta, Japan, won
Dancing wu enjoyed during given on completion of these The next meeting will be June homes for children and the aged I intersnrraed. with white lark pur t the American dtlmuhip Award,
the evening. classes. U at the church. A kitchen shower The half going to Evergreen om. The students had selected In and sink.From' Miss Brown Honored was prewnlmt a plaque and w
for the church Is planned. Mrs II to erect buildings. advance the type of architecture the silver punch bowl on medal and twenty five dolUf
Twenty. couplet enjoyed this Nixon Cox and Mrs Buddy Cox Following the roll call by the m i a home' they preferred and one end of the table, fruit punch'At Bridge Club Meeting U. S Savings Bond, at the srhtx
'Dice party.The Luncheon For are co-nnsteses for this meeting secretary, Mrs. W. H. fort Mrs these examples were discussed In wat served by Mn Mamis Pen- i bless Katherine Brown, who I Is he attemls In Japan
honorees were liven Muter relation to the design ot furniture I der. sister of the honoree and I : : Ernest Don is 11
can R. H. M. Davidson, president. invited going to Columbus, Ga. Monday I to >ears old ami
openers u mementos of the Miss MiddletonThe the group to go to the home to be used even to ligtv 1 Mrs Sam Higdon. Cnffi! was be Director ot Religious! Education la t former Quincy I resident, hav.ing
occasion. Youth At First of Mrs. C. H. Curry where refreshments fixture and door knobs. served from the silver service on at the FIrst Presbyterian attended: school here. He ;

home of Mrs. E. S. Blake were served on the The subject matter inl'hatledEa.I -j the other end ot the table by Mn Church, was the guest of honor the grand*"*) of !Mr and Mrs
Sponge crabs camouflage them Camp SaturdayThe lawn, surrounded by colorful Ow. b rViMmsance, Middle Rena'usance 1 D. Johnson and Mn tt' W: at her Monday Night J_.T\ Moody of Havana
lelves by planting living sponges was the scene of a beautiful one William/ and Mary, Massey, silver trs of dainty wMih Bridge dub _. :.__ ___
o'clock luncheon was entertained Mn
their yesterday May I I by
m backMarineland pinwheel
Florida ot 20 when she and Mrs. John By- "World Friends" en.Mixed spring floll'fra'nt.red <*iwn Ann Early Georgian! Ute sandwiches. cheese Huston Rogrri Monday night of
report The crabs seem straws, bun bans,
to know that sponges aren't good water entertained with a Luncheon year old group of Sunbeams 'ran the refreshment table. On one Renaissance I Middle Georgian butter crescents cookies, cherrywinka. l lait '" f'fk. Insurance Center
eating, but little crabs In honor ol Miss Mary Middleton Baptist churches in the associationwhttb end wts the birthday cake which l1II"jIl'lldal.| Late ttorgttn ture comma- Beautiful trmnitementi ol
are. pecan
__ bride elect. Magnolias and embraces Gadsden County, was cut by Mn. Buford Williams.I (tShc'l'Itun."hite Oiipnendale and Hepple of M led nuts squares were. and compotes spring Owen were at prints of 1121 West Jefferson
white gladioli were effectively held their tint Day Camp at Mrs. Davidson served punch from Louis Urgency, Louis XIV placed on the table.ulhuw'1'i attractively I interest. I
arranged in the party rooms. Glen Julia Park Saturday Mission I the bowl on the other end of the XV and Louis XVI, Victorian Winners
Kremh book *"" b of high, second and PAT
kept
Place cards wen of bridal de study, Bible study, nature liable. American ITovlncial Early I : Davit. vireenwomf bingo received novelties for THOMAS
Mndrm and pets
study and relaxation Out ol town Omtemp
sign.The were on the Rueils were rat T Ha. sister ol the bride es,
hostesses gave the honoree agenda and Mn. R L Parry Bradentonand anDie Greeting elect. INSURANCE. INC.
gurus at the Miss
a compote as a memento of this There were 27 boys and girls Mrs. H A. Love and Miss, students showed great enthuauum M 1'1. Nlrhol' on. The door was Brown wss pmrntext many
and ,Mary Love and appreciation" for this oilier hoses useful and pretty things for 'go-
occasion. seven adult leaden, namely: of Mexico I .... Mrs. Hevls and
Among the 12 guests were mothers !Mrs L M Moore, Mrs Lewis Mn P C. Davis had charge :I alibei. of program material. |hart, warn. /In the Mrs Grp. Ing The away" gifts
receiving line hostess served
of the couple, Mrs. W. E Shelter and Mrs Dick Ostren, Ha- ot refreshments. with Milo. a drivrtwith
Middleton and Mrs Morns Su Stanley vans, Mn And Austin First Nixon and Mrs I Mn Carl Rude made the cake.I,Bridal I Shower M.... O. W PIIII't'II Csrraway, the! mother honoree ol, game coffee tt condutlon\ ot the, .

ber. Baptist Quincy the graoowle.1. Mrs. J. .
and Miss Elsie Blount Mt Miss Katherine Brown !For ell Sr" soother R. Pow
Miss Presnell l the M w*.
ZionMrs. Is and MI'I. II W Olive, Quincy Couples I
Honoree
Tuesday Party Earl SchoCeld I. Association Mrs.Party James Cox Mrs Paul Thomas Hearse l mother of the groom elect.grand-Also Attend Convention One Stop Means

Sunbeam director for Monday entertained honored Mu Lynda Carol Freenrll IntrodUl't'd to the guests was Mrs Mr. and Mr.*. J. R Lash.w and Complete Service
For Miss PowellMrs. 'Gadsden County.A night with a bridge party with t bridal shower' tt her J. '
In N'iKi'on'! daUllhter l>' in l Mr. and Mn. Lawlnn
honor Schofleld
of Miss
picnic lunch Katherine Brown, home
was enjoyed by In > the who Is moving to left yesterday tie Hollywood DIAL
Columbus
group Ga ing 627-7151
llnnr
Everett Morrow Mrs and for Mrs. Morgan hoateiues were Mn. Nev- Beach" where. they will\ attend the
Stlckney. The
Durwood Owens Mrs. J. C. Sechrest honoree Is the brtdelect Ins Smith Mill All!. Uoni Out
who is going to India to "l1I\u.nll Comentiiin at the Dip
loin her of stewn QUINCYMERRILL'S
Club Dean of MI'I.
Bridge Meets lIarold
Qulnry. R.
S'
and Mrs Don May enter husband. Mixed spring flowers Mixed Ben MnW. anal Hotel. I
a t.o rained with a Coca-Cola party With Mrs. StricklandMrs. were at focal points ot interest' In e he.'fd sprints t Bell Junior and Mn L N. Woodbery.
Tuesday morning In honor ol Miss Mrs. Everett harasses were Miss
R. H. Strickland entertained Munroe, who won and living roomsCVIIilous Ann Bert
Marie Powell, bride elect, at the the Tuesday morning dup high score. wu awarded a com refreshnenl and Miss Cecelia Op.,
were
home of the former. Mixed
aprlnaDOWI'I'I h.rt.The
licate bridge club this week.' Mixed served to the

After You See Your pact.The twenty hnnoree
Doctor, were at points ol Interest was presented
hostess
tll'R a
spring flowers were in the living gave the honorees !rat which Included Mrs. bread and
Bring Your Pr*Kription To Ui In the party rooms. cosmetics butler plate in her
room, hall and music room as mementos of this rresnell, mother ot the bridetobe ch.wn pattern I
Centering the dining table was Novelties : occasion. and Mrs by the hoslstse*,
were awarded forSandwiches priat John L. Peen mother
11all white arrangement ol At conclusion ot three Approximately;: jjj guests, Have the crisp cool carefree
F. P. May dips crackers, cake, progres" of the prospective bridi-gmom '* during Ihe appointed, .aIl'l ,
stock gypsophlUa and iris. dons t dessert haute
coffee and Coca Colas were serv. with Cohen was The lovely gins were preaentnd look in
The hostesses presented the ed. served. to Miss Present novel way. I
Presbyterian
Drug Co. honoree linen as a memento cf Wlnnem were Mrs Maurice Senior

Phone 627-7601 this delightful party. Owens and Mrs. Henry Welnberg, "Pudgy: ," the porpoise at Card Thanks Fellowship Meets I Nelly Don'sArnels
Among the 35 guests were mothers Jr. first Mn Jack Richardson Marineland ot Florida, has given Sunday night the
Quincy. Flo. of the engaged couple, Mrs and Mrs.: Lee R. Munroe. second blrtb to tour calves since 1950, thtTral-s.many while friends of Senior High )'pI lk Presbyterian
L. *
Ormond Carraway and Mrs J. R and M,. Her Brown, well known shlp met tt Knits and
Henry Faulk and MrDouglass current offspring, named colored cltlien. the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Dim t Jerseys

-Powell ol Greenwood Fla Brooks,_third.' ____ "Cordo," Is_now four.. 'yean old_. The family :lakes this method May_fur, a -get..u._ eih.r." _They' !=:... .lIrt.f' 1I1t. ,._.l f1.--
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u inann earn and every one of r-' L n you fur the ml that you gave to who has been Director ot R..I
I is during the hours ot our beeavement ligious Educstlon here br five ALL COCKTAIL DRESSES

words of sympathy yean, a beautiful desk M as a and FORMALS
ont. flowers and your prsyen token of a''P'fCI.ttUlShe Is
FOR YOUR GRADUATION LISTS Again may we thank everyone living to work at the first
Purl
Hay Cod bless and keep each of bytertan Church In Columbus, Ga'i ON SALE!
Refreshments
you. were served dur
Florence Brown wife leg lie evening

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hurrying I along, but "takt It ...y, At Salina. Kansas we visited I Retting I rich growing cotton In '
'E1iEW I hake It easy." I wanted to get a with our niece and nephew and :South Georgia. We loaned up and BIG UTIlE MAN By Alan Mover: andO
(I picture but it actually was too eon, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Armstrong came on down and settled near p.forYOUNG ,
Hazardous to atop becauw ol and son Richard. Mrs. I KacevlUe, Ga. This If commonly
t To blocking the highway and there Armstrong Is remembered by all I known as BeUat wn. The wry O4'AYAROS.'PFR iPoLWDQAA f Little oWi event Ihe only en 'l we*
roI were so many turns you could not of us as Miss Tammy Fain of I Brst year the price of cotton: it's FKLO/MA/AYQE 7dLOiYQEf Hwwre dotU. Adults da too Oases
EP !see around, although traffic was Qulncy. t lo almost nothing. My dad r771 M' 7yHf / Victoria was U very focuses doll eeJUctor. -
. Of course we enjoyed seeing I moved to Quincy and was In on roc a oo. 4 17- /?OPoaOt -' So was Montaiwma 0, DM las
Ha., light.We spent the night at Leadvllle, these young people away out In 1 1t the rebuilding of the Fuller NEB 7iit L/6NrLtT wNftf chief ef the Aztecs
Quinry
I May 15 14 Colo., the highest Incorporated the rywedofurlou United :Earth Pant after It was destroyed er rThere ere a awny cots c
I town In the U. S., temperature 16 States.t Mill I by art In 1315. R/6d+YUO7)ERF e'wsaY R/, lectors le the U.S. that (
Again Its me ,degrees. Of course we stayed ala hat produces Robin Hood Hour. Well. U'l good to be back home, Qi66asr there ll a Notional t,
nv<
lli Folks: i motel where there was steam We found that they were well acquainted I for[ this U where I have lived e + Dolt and CoUee- d
Last week at I had to stop to I teat that night. Elevation was with one ot our local I moat of my life and no other place H/f7 do something else, I was telling 10,188 feet. The next day we business, the lligdon Grocery j till me II well. I hope you have
you of going Into Colorado from had the thrill ot riding across Company, and Mr. Buryl Hlgdon. enJoyed these letters as I have.! r
Salt Lake City on our Journey ,the highest bridge In the Worldat Again, the world seemed small. I It has certainly been tun giving I CHs CNi)

back home. Royal Gorge, Those cables that Leaving Kansas we passed :run some highlights along with "I ROPR/ t/EZr
This was Ole most thrilling of support it look mighty! email, and through part of Missouri ai.l I mme humor thrown In. II you I r h
I all, for u you paused through the you wonder wnrn the inspectors Northeast Arkansas to Memphis, I want to really enjoy a trip such OFPtlCKTO X/CO
mountain passes of the lofty were around last time, lor it is Term t looked for some of those I u this has been you have to r c iOOKt IIKSHe
Rockies, you were al times 10 to 1053 feet to the river below anda ornery, unpredictable Missouri I leant to make an acquaintance AM ee wenOWII pp'SB S r
13 thousand fret above sea level. railroad along: side It Those mules and saw one or two that I anywhere you go. When In Rome, 70P ALAN//r ,a aI "lilliltt*" seat the flrit
Snow flurries on the mountain boars on the bridge are mighty I: would not want to ride. Arkansas I does as Rome does, even II you S widary popular Americas I
heights and sometimes no snow loose and flappy. But as the lei- the land of the famous razorback I have to look like a Roman and I + LLARS i64 R 'lNDTOO. doll, way bock to ,
at all In the valleys. low once loading bricks on a hogs and tall tales. Someas 'even smell like a Roman. That ENT PEDNA'IY7N9S "Bye-lo-Baby" mode history f]
We decided lo leave U. S. 40 and wagon said, "It It'll hold thls'n, follows. These hogs look as If ,goes for the Indians, too. In 1924, and the Shies. 'f
head south as we were not certain It'll hold that 'n. Of course the I they oVK'fbfc"Ihc't: cutsaw Bye for this time '. +slltr. coop FAR 9s.IG / |Icy Temple doll become the K1 .,

wouldbe wagon finally gave But I Henry W. Grady '
way.
thaI lie paxi Into Denver <.4N0 mat popper doll war to [U
open. There Is where we figured that If the fellow beforeme pointing up. All the farmer has 1934. The first dolt with a I w
beaded Into some unforseen experiences. got across I could too, butt 10 do is place a log on something totiy.1' a
When you head South t did not want any crowding high enough for the hogs tit wardrobe was
11he Rockies, that doesn't mean around of other cars. From herewe squeeze under, and then chase the 1926.
you are going to get on easy followed 'U. S. 50 and left the bogs so that they run underneaththe I -
street, we soon found out. If you lofty Rockies behind us as we log and ," he has his D
go out there and want a real thrill passed on through Pueblo and wood cut for the kitchen stove.I I ,, ; 'W tiuwnryr'ar,
you should follow U. S. 24 from across the Great Plains Into Kansas looked for some ot those that I jI
where It lakes off/ from 50 byway and of course we did not want might have accidentally ran I I,, ba
of 285 north. This of course to miss Dodge City, the meanest through a cast-iron stove pipe, Today's dolls, sick at 1'
would mean going from Pueblo, town of the Old West. We did not thus using It for an ovel'C08t'' "Tammy," have exciting 1
Cola and working your way. north !see Chester or Matt Dillon or Kitty for their body between front and ses collections of clothes end
by way ot these routes, to U. S. but there are plenty of interesting rear legs. They say that they I marching ocassoeies-was ,
I. / things to see, such as the have some Jug drinker out there including a thirty tportKor. t
F
Tennessee Pass Is 10,424 feet mechanical "joog organs" ot that that they don't have to tip the jug'' Teers aye Tommy1 nw HtHe -
elevation, and when we were day, that had musical inxtrumenU to get at Its contents. Shine makers 4-H Club ( sister"Pepper U a pert
there you could not read the signs behind glass that played from a have to be careful of these. V pint-iked charmer, brttoiHioMd -
for the snow was banked up all rolled record. Drums, violins, Plenty of wet weather In Missouri News Views and eight inches
around The biggest thrill was and others. Again it was "Boot and on further East. We looked toll ideal hoi given Her e.R
going over Battle Mountain. Here Hill," and I told my wile that we for' some bad weather, as they X1VTRI.EAP GIRLS MEET firmly fainted ami andlegs, #
we climbed up about 1000 feet could really vote for our favorite had had several tornadoes and Gene Carroll called the Clover- end a turning head.
hove lie town ot Minturn politician with an open mind. U' on the plains ot the west. You leaf 4-ll'ers to order. Elaine Carroll al*_ so air 1"s.a.rwg
which' seems to be perched on the some of them are as bad u their have to watch the road and weather 1 led the pledge to the Amerl-
tide ot a high flilf. A railroad opponents say, surely we would for it you should let one of can flag. Jean Jordan led the
and a river art some 11XM feet have found some relations on hose funnel clouds catch you In pledge lo the 4-11 flag. t.lahwCarroll :
below Ihe town The wind was "Boot Hill. They have an old IheI song place it could be and Judy Breeden gave
blowing and the snow was whirl. tree that many criminal were rough. Out there you ran some- the devotional. We sang two
Ing and this town was completely hanged on In days gone by, for you times see these things coming. I 10111(11. We discuMed the Import.
,snowed in, until just the highest to II'I!. Lot ot fun to see all this, wanted to take a picture it 1 saw nee of getting our records in on
parts of the houses were showing if you like such things. They one, but t was hoping I would time The first year girls and _
The road we were following was .ven have Chester's coffee to not see one at all. Iholll who hadn't attended camp //7A/f tft t8ORLP 11P
clear: ot snow, but what caused my; serve you.Leaving. Memphis and through Tennessee before, were told about camp and 7
wife to go almost awry was the Dodge wi headed northeast Into Alabama. Alabama to 1111 the fun and opportunities thatcamp
tact that she was on the outside l ,I to Salina, Kansas. Along the me Is the land of cotton Ulers, offers.
next to the railing, looking down way, we saw some of the most "klsmn" cousins, and the place Wt received pamphlets on out. -
en all this, except there was not beautiful pheasants. They are where I was born. Then cousins door cookery. Mary Joyce Weeks .
any rail here, and (here never really plentiful In the Great actually I don't know just gave a demonstration on "How eatS QAA'F-tOH9r APSlt
'was.__Klu_never_said a word abbot Plains wheat growing sections. how many, I'll just have to lake 1'0 Make a foodie Doorstop.1" / fcnc Oy/R EXOfRTS.r.w
.
Along the way, wheat fields as a month and find out sometime) Judy Brerden gave a demomitri ,_ ,
fur as you can see, all Irrigated really go out of their way to show lion on "How to Make a Bulletin _
Mason Music I by either lakes or deep wells. The you a good time once you have Board." d r0'C Lc
I water from some ol these deep proved you are their cousin from Since this was our last meet- ri.Nl'/9aG< 1104d.OrF6
COMPANY ,wells Is so salty, you can't drink "Klorldee." They make you real! Ing, we did not have any business (16 fAMOK47N7NACfM'KL
14 E. Washington Street I lit, but does a good job of Irrigat-welcome with a smack on the and Just relaxed. gENELOArTWE
,ing. A lot ot oil wells In Kan- cheek. You don't get much lip- Jean Jordan, ..4MERCANAbTEL /ff
PIANOS ORGANS 11/11. Oil seems to be easier to stick but come of them might reporterLEPRECRACN MIAMI KAC#flCKIPA.ltt .
find than water, in fact 1 have leave evidence ot snuff dipping. '\. rEM6EIf H_ 7MCwawERJ
Band Instrumentsand 'heard that some people have It used to be a sin to use tobacco 4.H'ERS MEET fgANNOUNCfP
Accessories been disappointed to find oil, when in any other form than The Leprechauns met Tuesday, [ !' AT AftKITCHEN ,
actually they were seeking water dlppln' or chawln', In later year May 12, for their regular by. I tr AWARPS Of( PT LQMC7'OV doi
Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 I Water is the chief problem.All they have become tame to other monthly meeting. The meetingwas -' -- t'
those tint uses of the weed. I called to order by the presi-
sky scrapers you a
Open Mon. Tuet Wed.. I'rL. see In the distance In some towns They get the telephone line dent, Nary Louise Ray. Linda i Ne 1tOR't.' srtII(7R'N' 91
hot and let each other know Ard, read the E'fl WHL ff r
bins elevators you secretary, minutes L/AP
4 to 6 p.m. All Day S.& \are grain storage or ( nwwEpswr railed. are hers, rather than hollering and called the roll. It
I have hl'ardthrm too fmAiars WILL
A
__ = from hill to hill a* in the old. For the business session we THE OPEN wLt ee f-f setf caAN/aye
days. I have known of discussed the I
never an theme for 411clmp CLEAN IlsELP OVCH RANGE AMP A LJ.2COMPf.
Illicit business In those hills by and the type ot classes ePb7Lf5d 't! K/TCNEA' -
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. 'any of my kindred, but they are w. would like at camp. We also k Two #,531/R$ IKX"K all(" Ir...
I Danish as are their neighbors. ruined record books. fLECT.PK'ALLY/
CHARLES EINARD Owner Super highways have just about Our next meeting will be a /se 1
,ruined the country for them. recreational meeting with the
Remodeling Addition When I came along, cotton was Quincy Sr. Out-of-School Boys'' rJ1 ,
NEW CONSTRUCTION ,the chief crop and they all gathered Gob, Monday May 18. THC .IPANO/zn wn.1 RANGE
around the new-bom and We had a visitor for tills meeting FROM THE *u 000 FOK CHAMPIQffPOWH
Garage Carport. Porches tried to judge how much cotton Dunna Cain. TO 5OO M THC JUNIOR
Rooting Siding Cabinets \this young'n might be able to 17rV//CW..AtI. IIOOhWAL/STS
|,pick In the near future. Boys ; WIIL Kccctve A ec RANGE
Florida Rooms Enclosures ,wore dresses up to schooling age 'HIP MtXCK. A IfOOPXIZC CA// 1
t
r, "No Job Too Large or- Too Small" I'hand shoes were not known hardlyat perJonaT. ASP TW AN TO fXffMM TMC BAKC'OFF.PAlPKCKJNP ,
; Phon. 627-8495 all. Of TNt MISIDINTI IrlltE
Havana Highway | I was only 8 years old when my be B, Johnson FOR / $ eft YOuKCt CfALCK.
appears to part of a bouquet of caraatCsta
father heard (hat everybody *as
C, Arnold of Jacksonville she attends the unveiling of drawing for a new iitur.1
pent several days this week with tellier. A photographer midt" shot while trying 10 lake
his son In law and daughter, Mr. the Tint Lad7'1 picture from behind the vase of flowers
and Mn. Ben Duncan and family.He .
was enmule to Pennsylvania
and West Virginia for a visit.
Mrs Marie Sutton of Jackson- ALARM! NOT FOR FIRE
villI has been visiting Mrs. Allen .
Cantey. Denver When seven firerucks
Miss Katherine Brown will rushed to answer an alarm,
leave Monday for Columbus, Ga., hey found a woman standing by
the alarm box but no tire In the k e
1 here she will be ORE at the
Mrs. John M.
neighborhood.
First Presbyterian Church.
Manor, 41, explained to Ihe firemen -
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boylan
she needed The
that help.
pe1j and children of Orange burg, S. c..
firefighters took her to a hospital, .
arrived Sunday due to the death
of her father, Mr. C. D. Johnson. where she gave birth to a healthy / scooter's

Mrs. Boylan and children will remain ion. '
here for a visit with her 'a rooter w
TO FAIR
DIKE RIDE
SIXTEEN lother. Mr. Boylan has returnedo
Orange burg to resume his work'i Houston. Texas A 68-year-
1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ed: Taylor and old man Paul R. Kepner Is going
children Mike and Sarabeth, Mr.I to the World's Fair by bicycle. Methyl
& g NOW AT YOUR DEALERS and Mrs. C. L Srwell and daughter Copner plans to arrive June t, ,
Mill Inca Payne spent theweekend II he keeps his schedule The
at Mexico Beach. banner college professor' plans to
Romulus Brinkley Jr., RDSN, travel shout 100 miles a day. He
stationed at Charleston, S. C, said he la riding/ the bike to the e fie r
pent the weekend with his per- air because he likes exercise 4r
nit. and Is "slightly wild" about bike
Mrs. James tllghlower of Bain- Inf. LL
bridge, tia.. la spending the day I
here with her sister, Mrs. Pierce Charles H. Kellstadt chairmanof

: Williams. General Development Corp.,
I ,4 James (Jimmy) Seay of Seay' ind William R Mills, presidentof
v, Accounting Service underwent Mills & Jones ot St. Petersburg I
surgery Monday at Oschnrrs have been named members
Inundation Hospital New Orleans of the Honda Council of 100. I II '
La. Ills address 'Is 151rffermn I I
Highway, Room 509, ZIp Pretty girls make excellent '? S14'z'
Code TOU1. saleswomen but not for Iootr.'I ,



= CIVIL Mall RIGHTS continues MAIL lo pour Into' VOTE $MH

Ja Washington from both advocate'I LEON *OWHITEHURSU
and opponents of the measure
while the United Stales Sent
continues debate. Mail to northern
senators favors the bill by I I Few
4 to 1 margin while mail received : DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL .
by southern senators .Is almost ., COMMITTEEMAN
unanimously In opposition w i

GIRL JOLTS BIHULARlUyward I Ta.
c..lid... r' ,
Calif. A ID-yea( I tAAsa
old girl ROM Marie Anello, hit : ':t
In a closet. when pt s '
a bunjU : t
crawled through a window. Whi; Ie c as..4 ,t;'e ltdt

this large the burglar was In another roam. Joo4I.1e1 '"" Y",
the girl went to a closet took ash t I.
a- a shotgun and farad the bursla _
i. AMaunt It's I
Important gasoline discovery
an
He asked her If she would Penn Methyl-
16 ounce bottles :tim and when she said she would I. SIc.Polilical steps up octane performance n effectively that it stops power-waatuie
he fleet alike
DRINK reported that the
fun was empty. knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads

more evenly. throughout all CYlinders of YOUr eniina. stands no mvW' '

rves 3 DOUBLECOLA extreme temperature And it's in Standard gasoline (Crown and t

Dinner Crown Extra) at no incnsuw in f im aBH M MB Ki t

/favor price! Another knportant way that ,

rttO honoring re !aft, better core of your car STANDARD ;
of piclc.UPJc
< Charles ..N.assea r as..... mes s4
.- fa6tr,.II ClloriB R. Holley 01 I L

ewe Republican Nomlnt for Governor

t SATURDAY. MAY 23 AT 6 P.M.

WUU lIKE THE NEW DOUBLE COLA BETTER JEFFERSON HOUSE I

TICKETS $10 EACH 1.ljyj

Tickets May &> Secured at \

DOUBLE COLA BOTTLING COMPANY The Jefferson House or McKInne,'.

Acme Barber Shop' I ...aow la Staadird

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RECREATION ,*:All>Leagues.tot Babe National ihath. Pony BasrbaD and Link Ma. Area Scouts To Participate H. M. EdwardsIs Girl Scouts I i .Icy'., u;Jiuie> >' i \\iPin"'II. I, i 1' ;F Subdistrict

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NEWS I should Leaguers make alone plans with to atk'nd.Pe"jOla manager. In American Her aqe Proaram Outstanding Court of k, Julia Ui mn. Mulls I II Named
", H. t h n i.iillm Vu ill ,
D... Monday M.
By JsmcsIETS JHIW ,
> Ashley
Installation nf Aibduitrlcl Mcth-
BixmrrmiDFTBALL Jim Ed Gilbert president of l Farmer ,< uin and Betty:
Youth
America's Hcrltane program. Young Felknvshlp offiorncontkicleoT
: the Suwame River Area Council. They will present Owes scrolls: 1 lo Girl Scout of In Shelter Memor
Game schedule for the week! : Boy Snouts of America, announced the tautthitions who spiswor them Onurt of Awards Itmu Brownie Scouts from t impel of Centenary Motha
May 21Joe Wedcles Inc. VI.i Arming, thus attending the' today 5000 Scouts from this at ppropnau occasions to to- H. Marcus Edwards, local to- III. at 730 p.m. In F 1U end m were Uiurdi last Sunday after
i F Experimentals; May 25- Slate Exchanij Club Conventiunin council dill Junta other Scouts dicer their parucipaUon. bacon tanner, was named Out- 111I1or\ Cenlvoary << Scout 1'ins. Loaders Mia Jo-Ann Edwards sen
i America In a Natkn-Ride s'amUng Ymmf Farmer for 19Mli Church. The pr.wniili,4w were .
ndy' vs. N. F. Experimentals; Miami wen Frank PHtman across \ as installing officer.
May 26- Massey Drugs vs. Joe Dr. Dale Heckler .Jack 8IrIcJcland.1Mr Strengthen America's Heritage I I) the Quincy ..I a'l't'tWo I planned by Mrs Hubert ., Mm. Don May Mrs I The. new' officers Ire: prssi.
[Wcdeles. Inc. and Mrs. A.! a Mackbum, program through June and uly. 800 FFA Boys Each year the QuIncy Jaycees, Quihacn' NA chairman, ;:: l', Kirs. Lamar tot lul frasnell. Glen Julia
I WOMEN'S: U>W-nTCH Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones and The purpose d the program Is to mail IcIUTs to farm supplier.bankers C R. Shaw. Jr., Mn Albert \Kuhnke, 1 )'; vice pR'lidenITeITl
PBOFTBALL, Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Macon. They make boys In scouting and peopleof Are ExpectedAt and other prominent businessmen Troop 106 conducted HaMett and Mn. 1 Creensboro MYF; near
Practloe Wednesday I were accompanied by Robert the area more aware of their throughout the (county.ceremony. The. Rev. I Iroop ')'- Patricia I-arramor. Clra
p.m. American Heritage. State Meet requesting nominations of a young' Iffi ekuml. the MH', and .
[ Doyle Conner Field. Lodge Neal Da\is Plulpot gave the \ 1 I trrasurer
I KMOR, IJTTUt LEAGUE lilt! imceSpciatte (rum the local The program is being cosponsored farmer, n to 35 years d a8.. was followed hy a ; .the. retirement ut the \ Alrlny Sycamor MYF
(ages 1A12)Standini Junior Exchange dub. Mr and by the Boy Scouts ol America More than MO school boys, flame nominated are tntrrview- ceremony. "Mrs Fred .,III Woudwiiiji t scnnl I'omrnlthv chairmen are: Fri-
at ed by Jaycees and oomprehensivej \vlce-Pmrt.lent. 11 of wrcmtinifR ami 1lhlp- Cathy i" rter Ccntut
throueh seek ending Mr* John Lewis Taylor John and Freedoms Foundation members d the Eloidaelation Asm- r ,
May 13: 'Lewis Taylor Jr. and Manning Valley forge. Over U6.0UO Cub of Future Farmers of brochure are prepared on each 1 1i laehe Rend gave the as pmiust. 'I'm, ) MYK. and .Jim Spooner,
Team Won Lost Taylor }Joined thorn on Fridsy.John Scout, Buy Scout and Explorer America .UI attend die :3wh Annual ,nominee and subniintd to a team I A skit, "Its lip to I as hmtisscs.: 107 "", .."" MYF; Out ach-
Km ante 4 0 Lewis, Jr. wu a contestant units will participate. The program State FFA Ounventkm i.of JutIl.'I1or final decision. The I II. III'NPIIled by Bnwmics. ).'" o( rrtix-iUum_, II KemiMs, ami Gail Ures
Lions 2 0 In the state speech contest Sa fur will culminate on July 18at Daytona Beach June "12. in I.purpose of the activity being to (Ca.If'tIP, ..nd'l'nlor &< .., und 14$, II nK. (i-ntrtiary MYF; Program
DcMolay 2 2 day. | the Sixth National Buy Scout Slat School recognize the young lanuer and JYenenlation of { ,' for Hie Chairmen Bobby Cannon
Jaycees r 1 2 Mrs. L M. Undsey spent Monday Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Thomas D. Bailey Superintendent said representatlvrs -,!I bring to mind (lie important rule ..d. Troop 1UM h..>.lers I were made by Mrs. ,Tory '1 wi Glen Julia
: Scouts !he play in maintaining a strung Woodward. Jr. and M. : ,| I II ; Mary Long
Rotary 0 3 In Tallahamce with inn /In law where over M.OUO from in staplers are expected. 1 Gregory and
Exchange 0 3 I and daughter Dr. and Mrs. Fred I will" celebrate American Heritage fliers are B700 memN community state and nation. J<'tcoat pr.'nted ) I Lrpgury. witness, Havana)
MM LIB Bulk>r.Rev.. I Day with pedal patriotic campfire in ITU chapters In M Florida This year's inner, Marcus Edwards Bars to Susan "' ( end Judy McLarty and
Scouts not attending is a native d Gadmlea 7L-yip+kts, Laura Davis ,' thindj, Otltenshlp' Chat-
Player, tiwm AB H ..\... and Mrs. Branson Matnry, meetings. Counties. ;
Phillips D 33 .1w( .Jr. have returned from Atlantawine the Jamhore will conduct During the oonvrtitton, the! County, 29! years old married to Campbell, FaShoAier ">he MYF.lmnwdlately .
|
Jean Perry of Bradentnn." The i iWlllianlll. Course ,
their Moulton Carol Jolunon. after the Installa.
own "Heritage" rampflresIn
liewelt K 2 2 .1(100( they attended MetropolitanOpera. + school-boy farmers will competein
Glover, .J i JoIxlwards 8 .WO !! __ their respective r.ma-.nd_ various contests fur rash pities couple has one child, a baby girl Nam-y" lliwne : M wremimy, a ivcrptlon was
R 1 3 .750 Mr. ana Mrs. ewer wuiuuns. communities. The public wui tie Irtsling over K>..mftirty; ..even Kay.Mr.. Dueler Judy flan, I "c'wi ncmhen of u. In Fellowship mil. ig rite
Stephens, D 'I 5 .715 will return this weekran Orlando -|invited to attend. trips lo the National FFA Convention Edwards to partner andI11IUIIIj.'l'r Markham Carol C irty ....... "'!v'in( HIM gnwtlng the guests
of the Pewter L'r
Farm b the
ata cia. D a 2 h7 where they have been visitIng In order for boys to participatein In Kansas City, Missouri rated on tile lloUord Road inUie | VII Id F'ktydTnep Wirbanr"U' DndcrHntcrs ixwnUy .. counselors and new otfk
lot k<
Owens D 3 2 Jbbltei their sun In law and daughter.! tile Strengthen America s Heritage in October: State Chapter Om, Stroiue, L 3 2 I Colonel and Mrs Hen lankIlDl program they must meet winner repteae etitatlves to II Qxiumuilty.He McCall. Mrs. Jim td (; +,tl cruise In life
now eligible to enter In Mrs. Le llewvlt ..
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1 .
Allen, D 2 1 ..n00Andersen I and family. certain requirements. These are: American Inatilui of Conpera- t Iho statewide ;,:
ruttiest for "Out' award
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R 6 3 M) Mr. and Mrs Dan Riddle of 1. Advance one rank In Scouting: dun, East Untune. Michigan. In "landing Young Farmer." Ann lUchartlwm StKial !bi| (("11'11I', human ..
Buss, R 2 aniOO Jacksonville are visiting Mr. and 2. Invite another boy to Join their, August; seven trips to he National 107 11"1. Ti'lining !
l.rown, K 2 1 'Mrs Tracy Riddle and family.! junlt: 3. Dltplay the flag properly Junior VegHabU (:roam Troop leaders Mrs. is leunkuivit by !
J. Rudd. L 3 Mr. MIld AI.,. Leland Miuilly I on appropriate holidays; .. Association Conventiun In New Youth CampsFor Klnard.Mrs. Mrs. Cnil' d Awuciatlun of Lit '
White, R : 2 :: !had as recent guests/ Mr. and Learn about the Nathan\ Hale]I{Orkians. Louluana. in IXvembrr hnditrs Wayne In the lluttram amt la rcgaitlni' b
Cody. L 2 1 .!XXI'Mrs. Fred Zander and their son award from Freedoms Foundation ; and aix scholarships to the Boys Girls '" "" < Judy Shtnett, Limits .
.
VII.
Crouch, RHannry and daughter In law tree and University of Florida. -
2 1 .500 ; S. Write a 2): to 100 word Kay Smith Ilrllnds <<'d general tininini; ,
,
E 2 1 ..iIOO'HaJJ Mrs. Raymond Zander of New statement 011'bat a Boy cant New oaken will be elected at Open 14 hair Ihtts. \ """ .. The Krarhulcs
June ,
I: Kathy K.il.J)
Orleans.
J mart and 191 Future
8 300| do lo preserve his American FYrntrriwill Ivin Debra Iltll A IlertenlMu. .
Moore, J 2 1 5u0Jearnck Mrs. Mary liass had as weekend itage.Freedoms. recrh/e! II* Stale farmer Degree llurst and lads : Russell L. Bku- "' .
L 2 Itt0Woodward : guests Mr. and Mrs. George Foundation at alley highest k E'A Award In the Fishermen who would make Miss tUroct Ahlk.' nclrlit Life; OKI.V,
Myers and Mrs. Belly Boyer of! 'Statue JTominenl rltUens Nshing of their children Liuixi. l
J 8 1 .500 I Forge has provided' each unit In from cnmnanlnrai prescnlcd I a"aiUx lo Bureau, .James L.
Winter Park. Florida
They attended the wW receive honorary will he (Ittrn.leda me
the SlnndHnl Life.
Siiwannee River Area QotuwNI *
mn, Janice
101TH8 BA4EBAIX UJMC: I Homecoming in Manaiina tor the) membership in the n'" hr their. (raining prnKrani at the Florida Dean and ( Huffman
Our sixth annual (IFllm') Base I Grand: Cunductivw of the Grand with a colorful facsimile of :contribution toward the develop, Youth Conservation Camp fin. Independent was a chip otf tb mid block
oncral-
the Perforation of Independence Porter, Gulf life "
ball Recreation Clinic sponsored Department by our will City be I(Chapter 1 Mr.{ Myers of Fiord Ia Assistant(Eastern Grand Star). and preamble: to the CnrwUtution I went Six of school agriculture girls,and representing the r..A ,Kl d.h by Commliwlon the xK:i", 1')Tr\m Mutate I 105 : : Vf, Wright, |'' agars toe7
which will be In their
m display swanktl ,
held Saturday June 6th at 1.11:: 1 Patron. I Im"lhut PTA auipu-rs, will compel lor Nautical Furmt ha un. at our Field baseball places. The mIls alsn I the Alpha laihlianl. Utliy | 1tI nxine was m..ral.
Cony Mr. title of FFA .
and for
Mrs. Charles L. Sowell re cei vedFoundation a scroll from Freedoms Sweetheart and Open buys and girls be.war Bohby limid .
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Munroe, to '" Jo; "Andy" \ '
dressing roura. Q)0) in '
Jr. prizes. I Uw
and children, Charles 111 and signed by President : axes uf U and W, the nrr, Ili-ili .
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Suinf castes
New and outstanding Dims cov-l|Mary Scott of Signal Mountain Lyndon B. Johnson which all boys In addition lo Bailey, Jut R. Florida Youth Coiiarrvatiiw Camp pie, inane tbuwn .* I hi/ UK ( State
trlng the games fundamentals will\ Tenn, will arrive tomorrow for have signed ss part of their pledge! I Ford. National FFA Mudem Kw 'is, owes than a summer vacation "m. karen Siwi-T "' : juinoy
be shown as obtained from Aroer-l I a Vint with \his naranla. _n ,nurtirinnto__, In_ the Ktmclhm_ I retary. SUUwaUr. Oklahoma'; and I or an escape from "pencils, bonks MII'th, Julie ""
.
n--- Slat Coraniiikliyivr. of i.,4..... I and IcsLher1 dirty looks." The Ituiirsm M '
lure. Doyle E. Conner:; wTu; -addiru ramp Is a ranervstinn workshop sant Gnllui tara taut t-htwi'h mist of he
the ConfiTwice.n .k uned to teach the value ol Woutlward, Uinly """Mllla 1' curt fallen. on a _'.""
RrctoIvIna IMMIorary Dlmabrr- n.hll'll.u..,.. eah etvaletsIhnslxh so Munroe, it'uaty Ma I SumUy servk<...
ahlp in the FTA at tue iiayiins 1 partlclpnlion la ouUVwractivities. Ann LUUUMirur., --- --
meet are; R. E. Brunsun: MM. Troop' UK liwk-rs.. have brrn pent dhw.rd homplh pMris11
lone; Lyle Van I uswn. Art Day. its Youth Osiservallim Camp ard Uanlm-r' Mrs Adrian I l 11 (KIM nr.l lahk* Don't Jute. Dap fat..ad r lhla
D G. Ervln., stm, and Mrs A! Ik u'ett"
and G. Piw Wait. nii June\ 14 and anllnuesIhrouith ,//.Math Wk.a + u.
Tampa: Jut ttukby. Dr. E. T. I Autiust U Inr six .....11I. swards Id Jeanne sin- .,-," il 1 will always ,.N..5SiM..$drab
York. Cainesvine; K C Rowcll of summer training, bi nslurejitudy Kthrl: Griffln DlumCula, I nf envliais Imc> "u. '
LEON FEDERAL Wlldwood; WUUani E. CaulierWinter (mnuiinK, flalung. 1tw1 '
REALTORS fluff:New' Sntyna liewth; inalRl/'W nniiery.. ,__ flminns Niter, aminanuiniiiniiiiip l1l.! '- ,,_.,, L "'U ... L. ,"_ ,, _"'_ ,, .. ._.. _. -4
garden; Rayte I Iitawldit. swimming ana
*. Orlando; GfoIll1Ce A. waling.Cnmplet.
Johnsnn. Dale Carllnn, Lakeland; Information ontwo
LOANS
AVAILABLE Hlls: Moore Tsvarm; Jtda ivr- Youth Chnimvalion Camp and
duP Newberry; Louie' Slay incase applications for reservations! may
ittrma: Dr. Fred Miner. Tails- l Ire obtalnH by writing the Youth
17t1 I haueoe; L. A. "Luke" n..1III. Conservation Camp, Ram and ,
t911 W. O. "'hill""). Winter listen; and Kreah Water Fish Commlsilin,
BUILDERSwitbir E\t rntt Live Oak teals, Florlila.Hospital.
Ralf Edat9 Francis Conpe. Mind tress

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J. B. Poston, 74, Last Rites Held 1k JH4itIe \ Episcopal i I j ji Spring Navy

Succumbs Here For I. E. Ray ( TODAY AND TOMORROW

Church Notes GV' BY RALF HARDESTER )

Joseph Bortle Ponton, 74, of Funeral services were conducted WASHINGTON l
56 of ..._. Irons St. Panl'a GUIDE MAGAZINE
Quinn passed away at 12:30: p.m for Jesse Earl Ray Quincy Fnlurt Editor TV
Monday, May 18 In the Gadsden at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon MARCH OF EVENTS Here's a treat for those who
in the Santa Clara Baptist Church
County Hospital. with the Rev. Mont Hash officiat revere and are sentimental about FOR her role C
of Gadsden County, lEMONS FOR lift POtITICAL WISIACIIS SKALA, OSCAR-NOMINATED
A native Camp Weed, and have In LILIA
retired farmer ing. Interment was In the Hill- I put a movie "Lilies of the Field" has been added to
Mr. Poslon was a crest Cemetery. CAMPAIGN "COYNESS"By UNDiUTAHD POsmoN goal bit of time there the
over '
and a member of the Baptist the cant of "Death Wish" on the Kraft Suspense TheatreR i
Mr. Ray, who died at 4:30: Sat forty years In which it has beenin
Soulhslde ChapcL HENXT CATIICABT E.G. Marshall of The Defenders will do alittls
existence.
urday afternoon in the Gadsden There' going to bea
1I11'ra1l1'rvlctI were conduct County Ifoipltal, was originally Central Prca IPaaMnirtott Wetter reunion session this summer to moonlighting as bout of International flourtelevised and
f'(. at S o'clock yesterday afternoon -from Decatur County in Georgia. TrrASIUNOTOIf-Preridmt Lyndon B. Johnson ha done an commemorate those forty yean.L on the five CBS-owned stations
from the Southslde Chapel lie moved to Quincy In his early >V but announce the ob"flou..that la Will be the Democratic It wouldn't be hard to imagine,! eight educations! stations.Australia It's tgood-",111"swap"program Italy
with the Rev. David Hall oil-childhood and was employed by Part/ presidential aomlne To the average man, this coyness the reunion will be under the direction with and Canada tentatively, France, Marsball
elating. Interment followed In the Kloridln Company. Mr. Ray 'In withholding a flat political declaration I* u understandable but and inspiration ot BUihop will Argentina work for ,the actors' ,minimum fee .
the Mt. Zion Cemetery with the was a member of the Santa Clara there are practical reeaona, at least to nun la politics. uhan, retired but still inspired Sure Allen becomes a transcontinental com.
J. B. Adami Funeral Home in Baptist Church. In the first place M president want to appear to have to It Is being called All Saint's muter this fall when he wplsces Garry Moore
charge of arrangements'Survivors Surviving are his widow, Mr*. seek a position from the political party be to Camp, not with any relevancy but j as host of I've Got a Secret. The weekly wnel
Include his widow, J. E. Ray of Quincy; four daughters supposed to lead and control It would appearto because they hope to have the show will tnatin from New York,
Mrs J. B. Poston of Quincy; four Mrs Janice Roberts De- bt an admlseion that his saints come marching In in goody \ and Allen' syndicate nlBhtTy how continues
daughter, Mrs. Ella B. Brooki, orts Ray and Sue Ray, all of aomonls part,1U11N'- number Those eligible are LIIls Skala from Hollywood. .. British star Kwlyii W illiam*
Branford, Mn. Lucille Smith and QuIncy, Jean Ray, Jacksonville; all former camper or staffers ... added to guests on The Defenders in an episode titled
),1/1. Hattie Booth, both of Perry three ions, James, Thomas and Th. principal reason, however, II.. in aprNIdlnt'l over 21. The date arc Jun. 20th the nut "Mind over Murder." to
and Mrs Lessle ThomasJacksonville onnle Ray ot Quincy; three alters traditional role u th. leader of alls to 22nd, Saturday noon to Mon- a s
; two ions, Sanford Mrs. Mable Smith, Quincy the people, regardless of political party divide dan ( a m. The fee will be $10.25, MAIRB LITTLE, STORY EDITOR ON Laul. moves over to
n. Ponton and J. B. Poston, both Mrs. Neat Faircloth and Mn. Ida Ing line Most president*, while they racer which seems to me to be reasonable Flipper, the serin about two boys and th will et dolphin which Is 1
of Quinn; three listen, Mrs Dollar both of Tallahassee; and Ms the source of the poUOoal power that enough. Due to the number scheduled for NBC next season Packager be Ivan Tors, formerly W.
W. L. Gusson, Macon Ga., MrsC three grandchildren.The brought them into office, do not want to appear of Quincy people who have at ot Sea Hunt Hallmsris Hall ot Fame will dramatics, ,
L. Moore, Waycrou, and Mrs J. B. Adams Funeral Home to be favoring one group of voter over one time or another patronized the five of Florence Nightingale and Napoleonnext George t
P. L. Howell, Mobile, Ala.; eight was In charge of arrangements.. another.A Camp Weed, whether ot this Pariah Schaefer aeaion wants on NBC.Julie Executive Karris producer to the 4 r
portray
grandchildren and six great long a* It serve no practical purpose i or other churches, t run this famed British founder of modern nursing. Schae- .
grandchildren. HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS The FrvsUentConyrtu for a president to announce his candidacy for notice here Applications are ter."'III probably tap two of his six projected .ea.
office the tendency for him to delay thatannouncement available through our Parish Of- specials In August as a head start on the season By VERA WINSTON
Mrs. Henry Faulk relo antic Ute latest proper Umewhen -> ice, and, if eligible, you are urged NBC's Mr. Novak faculty returns Intact THE SMART street dress n
to take and make one We next fall with the of Frank I
Steve
exception n.
Hostess At BridgeMrs. MOM a factor. IsIs part* political convention meet to '''ti which to erect the new season
entered Into Christ' Holy Cath- lie leave for NBC new 81)( Bristol Court. Mr i
Henry Faulk entertainedher by Mnjorto B Gregory choose Its candidate olic Church through the sacra Novak filming for this season winds up this might well lee this classic nun
Tuesday afternoon bridge Home rf'mOMlratlOlAent One other factor bear heavily on non-announcement relation ment of Holy Baptism administered -month with an episode called "Senior Prom. .. ", A ber In navy, the fabric a tam
club at her home this week. Mixed PEACH TIME: between a president and the Congrss A president I* on Whitsunday, Lamar Man- Stan James Francineuf Dean Jagfrr, Jeann I..< .. '>- nHtliaL \aria,;] tured ailk and cotton blend.
spring flowers were effectively Gsdndrn County's Maygold constantly tending eommunJcaUonj and requested legislation to roe Auman, infant son of Mr. et at, resume production for next season ucmt BallS Double-stitched seam In |
arranged in the living and dining -peaches aw beginning to ripen Capitol RIlL H* like to "V> this la his role a*the national leader and Mr*. James Ray Auman in Junes ..back next year goes from underarm and
rooms. this week. The is predictedto seeking the welfare of the nation a* a whole-not a* a politician The Banns of Marriage are herewith LUCILLE straight down, with each elite
crop BALL'S DECISION TO RETURNnext
Winner of high score, Mrs. Mercer be a good one. An arrangement seeking partisan advantage.In published for the second season ha* prompted CBS to shift its Monday night! schedule. containing pocketl. The bill
Bishop, was awarded a nov has been worked out to order for presidential ieglalaUv request to get the best time between Miss Mary Catherine Andy Griffith now takes Lucy's 8:30 with Lucy going at 9 and top close with six brat but
elty.Holder have a stand at the State Farm possible reception In Congress tt U necessary that the ernphasi Middleton of St. Paul' Parish the new Many Happy Returns set far t:30.: Slsttery's People I tons.
of bingo, Mrs. Douglas ers' Market on the Chattahoochee constantly be on publlo welfare. Any ting of political advantage and Mr. John W. Sober of Quln sUrrinf Kir hard Crenna, is at 19 Gary Ixickweod.: so far a There i* seaming in back,
Brooks, received a personal arti- Highway to sell the seconds that admitted, although It exist in actuality, would simply evoke cy. This marriage will be solemnized peacetime Marine In The Lieutenant gets his first taste of real too with inverted pleats at
cle. are imperfect or too ripe to hip. opposition In area which while they may be politically oppoaed and blesiied on the evening action in the series The episode, entitled "To Kill a. Man" is a the hem
At conclusion of three of May 30th in St. Paul' Vietnam battle story. Lew Gallo and James Shketa art guest
progressions Often them are Just right for to a president, area agreement with the legislative objective
the hostess served an attractive canning, freezing and eating. The Church The Bishop of blocIda stars Jim Backns, who'll have two series on TV next season
being soughtLack the Rt. Rev. Hamilton West (Mr. Magroo and Island Texas oil millionaire
party plate be sorted and Gillijtan'* ), appears as a Household Hint
ones can
green; of candor i* a necessary part of the American lOCI at
visit St. Paul's Church for pun la "Birds i ot a Feather" on Arrest and Trial. Mala Powers
used for. peach pickles or spicedpeaches. this season of the political year. It' something to bear wills poses of confirmation and to MacDonald Carey and Chris Robinson runt on another Arrestoro dampen a garment qulcJc
until the time pane preach it 10 a.m. on Sunday, and Trial segment, "Tho e Which Love lias Made." JianiNelau ly for Ironing sprinkle with hog
RUSTOLEUMSTOPS When going out to the stand at a e e June 14th. We trust that all member signed for a Combat! "Infant of Prague.1* water fold loosely, wrap in
I the market carry a box or hamper e A GOOD MAX lit HAm TO ITND-The image of a president of the congregation are even 19 tea If TUMtlt tubUMtlwil, ID...T Ouldi,. aluminum foil and let stand !.
with you as containers will U created u much by bow lie says a thing a* the thing h* now making plans to be In attendance a warm place for 15 minute.
I not be furnished. The price are says. To president, therefore, the most precious talent an aid at that hour Our
not known yet but will be
I onable. reas can have Is the ability to writ speeches that help him sound like Junior Confirmation Instruction
Peach for the kind of person he 'want the publlo to think be 1*. program which has suffered from
RUST recipes freezing,
lime to time from various harassment
I canning, pickling and other uses Richard N. Goodwin I* a cue la point The youthful government
and frustrations will be
heldIn
official' basis talent hare to do with Latin American
available
are at the Home Demonstration
I until the close
Available In office call or come affair H* wa* once a special assistant to President Kennedy school abeyance when more time and attention of MY SINCERE APPRECIATION
by. Beans and squash will be on Latin American project and served later a* can be given to it by all .
available also later at the market. assistant secretary of State for Inter-American Oheet concerned I remind my .
,
'
All Colors Affair. reader again of the public hearIng i
*fnTr
(XH.L .OE FOR lENT Now Goodwin U back .t the White Houseagain
at the City Hall on Monday,
FOR YOUR MAY 5TH PRIMARY VOTE
AVAILABLE IN I Mount Carroll, III. F. J. under President Johnson, but his duties Return May 25 at S p.m., which particularly i
Minima president of Shlmer College have nothing to do with his specialty. When h* concerns the life ot the New
ALL SIZE CANS hal announced the school's worked with President Kennedy It wa found that Goodwin hi 4 Philadelphia Church, but indirectly : MAKING ME THE LEADING CANDIDATE

AND 14 buildings and C-acre campus a major talent for speech-writing H* did a lot of It for the the interest of all the churchesof !! '
will be available for rental at a Quincy Church School FOR THE OFFICE OF
SPRAY CANSGuaranteed modest fee during the summer late presidentNow be' doing com occasional ghostwriting for Johnson la classes will meet a* usual this L r::;:; i
vacation wason Mullin said the GADSDEN COUNTY
Sunday after last Sunday' break '
matter and U '
to addition, be' working on Peace Corp helping :
object of renting is to "pick up alittle fdr the keeping of our special ; '
.
STOP RUSTI! extra money" develop the admanl.tntion's.alt-poverty procnm.Without. Whltsun rite. Our special thanksto ..J < TAX COLLECTOR
doubtful that Goodwin
that speech-writing talent W. \ ......'
Mr* Mary Sperling and MrsAnn
would have found his back to the Whit House.SCOTTS '
LARSENLUMBER RISE IN INCOME __ ever way Hewett for their labor In .----' \,
The Commerce Department has making our Birthday Party for ii
reported that total personal income the Church a success. Even without '
SCRAP BOOK I EARNESTLY SEEK YOUR CONTINUED
CO. rose S per cent last year By R. 1. SCOTT the Importunate demands of "
The average personal Income rise my holy terriers, I think the time '
CONFIDENCE SUPPORT AND VOTE
was 3 per cent which would average A has com to close these notes.
Phone 627-7276 about 77. Nebraska and :
Mainline Drive the Dakota were the only states LMbyStlt4'filtPaSa ON MAY 26TH.
not showing an Increase in Income aibwNAt Eighty five per cent of the boxed
last year. tnutserAilont fresh citrus ahlpped from Fiords 1-
A'AeaKssaw this season was carried in
a
four-fifth bushel container. Cor.
NEED: A GOOD PLUMBER Asstuttr.ws erMAf ISUaa wAel wr rugated cartons represented 58 (Paid Political Adv.) BILL SUMMERFORDkVAOAT1ON

t IN A BIG HURRY ,k M WartAel scaoH4f, per cent of the boxes used and
wlrebound crate were used for i
, REASONABLE COST? the other 17 per cent I i
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r majority, not "y unanimous vote.

r.OOKING If tar' Is any pradnot In
America where a vote doeant
rAffi JED count, that Is tin place where
the Colors had better
Bit busy at
Dr c-,.I'... once. We can kwe America by
t.rcro.-It.Ilowt.vraloro not voting! The Communist

......'-o.ppYy know tills, and their pet1odk
(Morld Marxist Review, UIU'I.
this political technique

THt4 TONER: 0. 1'OI R TOTE upon good Communists:
b tot-- obtain a thorough under
Ole tar -est personal Invc.tntrnt standing of the party. 2nd- Implement
that 111> ..tmcrlranitlnen that understanding/ with
WALL'S KING COLE SUPER MARKET hat, regaixllrMi of hu economic political' action." We Americans
IIa'III, II Iw mvcitnunl Hut had bc.t1"r'QtI', and vote Intvitt
each one of iw luii In the" future of K11 ntly'
out countrx Itxcurrent Inventinent ----
that 'w UHN Idunlly holdivludti 30-Day Weather
FROSTY MORN II not onlthe rountll'tlal
lives and billions' "( treasure IHIiinced "
FROSTY MORNFRANKS In the )past 'io make the Outlook
nation what n IK, but II comprltri -
alan Hu, future generations The thirty day agricultural
PICNICS !" that we ,am in one In freedom rather! outlook for the period
tt. under God and me leadership wemuit mod Mny through mid June lor
: suppl 10 ihe free world So Kith Georgia, Southeast Alabama
; Although the vole is the only amt Northern Hortda Issued bye
way we nm< of prolcuing this Weather; !" Bureau Advisory Agrultural -
huge Investment it la uld dial MeteoroloRtat I Tlfton,
only Zt pi'i cent of us are con- Ge orgia. May 16 1MTemperatures :

C what tlnuouKly happens{ intcrctitcd, to the enough cixinlry: in to ihirlng the period
mid May through mid June aw
: elect qualified nun io mmthis g e peeled to I"frlllbtIo" normal
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J 12 Pks.f 01.. $1 00 lb. 25 tion half In the of trememfc of m exilllnti our>, not 110 prexlilenllal imcitmcnl many million more eleitors' KVen elec than,'ocr'irthwest below tufts Klorida normal IScargi over and and southeast near moat orJUII o(

Ubama
Daily mean tempers-
about 62 cent
pei
accepted theircllumuihlp
t I i turn should average between n
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respnnslhlllt mid 1 tar Amt T8 degrees, Maximum tvmp*
ed enough about their '
welfare to vote country i mires will\ range train 14 Mdegrees
!O with afternoon "
temper
04 IlK Viter
hAUI!
Wi.... In azure. reaihlng 95 degrees orKher
an elntlmi
year hi on 1 or 4 days. ally min I
BONELESS again.to do about Anti It what' Well are, we going Imum temperatures{ should aver''
Lmm./j-r
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many per Ke between 62 and W dVureoeih
lg\ : Meta going reading to tin these words are not+ only one or two nights btlow -
amthliut except, "e 60 degrees.Ralnfnll .
STEAKS lb. 89c1 'hope, to vole Hut enough remit rs
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i couM, coivrlMtlily during the next X daya
f :dividual/ or group campiilgim go nut on In li w111 vary wlihly from place *.
get nit 1M'UII', that pllt i the elect<< 2:Ml
led tlale of camhdaleIn and\ 400 Inchea ocourrtna\ ;
I
your I iiily as afternoon and
I Stale or your Town would l he evenlntiiuidenhoweni

RIB STEAKS 'lb. ''gible the actual votwt,thole Why* of all the eli I dry a during he on remainder two or! Uirte o|
not try \II andeeT
59cI<. RusKia claims to M ay and 4 or 5 days during till
gel out ,
nt'ahell 1>1 June.Suiwhlne
I' ,,119.1 per cent of tlie 1'1111'lIh
during the period la
only one puny to
vote for!
'J i Men 11m..... ahuixUnt 'in tree Kent petted; 'Io average shout 7} per.
..' FRESH LEAN GROUND I!Germany where Ml per ant of poulhle with no extendedixiily
nmlut '
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.d, Au.tr.li I : "pi
claims
a ptn'toot t
<.r coal 811 per cent"' Cannot Ihe Soil temperatures during thenext
U. S. do as well 30 da>s are expelled to aw

:.) BEEF 3 ib$100 I dale Readers say, u.11I1I of Him a peppy par' fUmx-l alime I, Itl ruff tlie between four 1m h 73"level.aixl M Tempnra degrees.

board preM-nlHiiun, wits as tin ours' at tumid a seeding\ depth of fvoMhcs
average mostly In
recently leaned
hy the Nallona
;1 Ldwallon: I'lixirmn he Mis with maximum temper.
Kl)
I K. On I. lures ou'''hllllll)' exceeding 100
ter Ave.. Sl'IIIArk .
could all r M
grees at this !level In dry tu I.'
I up enough Intercut in nuik our
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national
ninuxit next Nuvemhe .
r [IIMiKS' IUMlli'nry
EARLY RISERSAUSAGE I 1st leait n "per rent the rat,f Cab<4 Lodge recently:
I parllaan prewnlatlon la lively s ave the Im Custom to high A4ilnlnlrallon >
i and moat atlraillve and !Infoitn, ofDclals that hino..
,stive. It Is lik'dlly luileil fur mis In remain In South Viet'.
smDER'S leaden of "moat ilvlc gniupii" ixlmators am at least until June and
clulm, lalKir and 1 Industry
rohahly lunger until It Is clear
committees, aitd' exit letn. nether I he
tan win the !trpubob'nn

CATSUP 2 2Bt w& 3ge agers. "nt IhIo I..alk'n IV.tara The Administration nomination for U rrealdenb dullgMed

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3 8te enlnf of Imllvldiinl: ; rr.lort.thA II I "ppm'/Isles' Lilli,.'! contribution:
lies Is neeiled '
d1Mto
| ralely In our 10 UM war against Cbmmuatitin
Ibs. nation. There Is lianliy any va Y rrlllm. :
to bring this aunul, rater 1'1 ",, '
JIM DANDY thnmgh the exert'Ine cit Indlvlclun
Irwlenlilp.' toilunaU-ly+ cllUr
OUR OWN PORE l Itip aitlvlty can be hlglily totafiloui. 1' !
l Lb.oxes. What t one nunkwi nil WRN'!!
GRITS 2 1Se mult
In a lot of 'lath, but the,
BSAUSAGE oummunlratlims effnt spirals 10 ter/
Lois prnportiiins: ; when groups annrganlMtliim '
SUGAR \ become: Involved NATIONAL
The results of simple' but vivid+ OMMtmiMAI
flanncltxierd preaenlMllims ua. its .
"'I1MI I'ower might Just start the ball I'IlIlnl! WORTHY OP

3 8ge SARDINES Tall toward a-.a J.ntIIlkl.01.. In Nil- CONSIDERATIONJAMES

ISe Than Is no qiieilli but t hat
Ibs. can SaQ39c where" a nmjorlly, of llH w ellglh I
do voteIM' beat randlildiee ..reI
I usually" srlrrled.! IVrtiaps w..
this raallallnn that prvnpti ad DESERVING OPPROMOTION
I tirmer Fmlilent/ KlsmJiowerconumut :I
JIM DANDY : ;
VAN CAMP With $5.00 or More Order llwl 'pollllcf ought w ,
be
the part time!
I mtifvaiiloii "1pry e

FOOD who rlllnen pmllilnale ThoM In polltlce Amerbw: aiIhe '.:..; I 12 TIARSOr

DOG TUNA 2 ; Size 35e ours who mist I d<'finitely .""IM' SIIVICETOANB .....
Cis Ihe iharailer of the rm.rnmt.r.l rn+
FLORIDA GRADE "A" I ) drlrrmbaM/ gnieraj dlrec-
11111In whuh I,", whole "natln A uriTiMi or
moves tn a very true aenae
therefore, Ih".. who' Vole aid wl 110 IILIIf 11.f..
25 $179 SUGARY SAM SWEET Influence others tu VOl. are the thlDEMOCIATIC
"leaders of Ameriia.
Bag
I ".'d Brtler \/.4. PARTY.
N EGGS ik>splt! *) this, many triherwl" I...
POTATOES :' 1geBRIQUETS 'kiyal Aliierkans are vliUinsapathy { aln
or complacemy.
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are too hillY on elertloi dny y f For'PROGRESS
have a diilaite fur pulitli-s
Ihlnk M will/ hurt their marl : through UNIT!- :

PERFECTION I''keep LiiSKUu:: up with Uwtt current OUtfll a/Taln/lust don.wermiuiih ;: ELECT

: to know how to vote. tnt. till
meet fr*<|'ienlly poked excuse -1 t1
29 e hy young rltuena, thrae who ....
RICE 3 Lb. 35e DOL among Hie (argent group "t nvoters '" .,
Bag I U Ihe ;JIJJ; aiie group' ), II
that/ my Vote dmn t count! Till. DEMO.NATIONAl
10 Lbo 59 might he understandable "'hlllll (
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Doctor? Lawyer Merchant? Already BolMe's parents arc planning for Ms future. THE CHURCH FOR AU fi

i They're saving to give him the best education obtainable, because they want him to be The Church ii the greatest
\ t happy and luccossfol. a son to be proud of. factor on earth for the build :
ing of character and good > :

It would be splendid if a good education automatically led to happiness and sue eituenahip.iplrltual i I It valvh U a*etorthuuMof Without'

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There Is no better training ground for the building of character than the Chrisregularly and support the

tian Church. There children are encouraged to follow a way of life that will not fail own church.:.ek They. ((2) FoTihilchi l.

I them, and to respect themselves and their fellows. dren' saVe. ((3)) For the Baked
hie community and nation.a .
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of the time-tested Christian truths. ?feel( which need his moral
10 a thorough knowledge and material support Plan :
to go to church regularly :
cn rlatd24R.I.aeM.ati.tnge.evtcgrnaea.b.aVa and read your Bible daily.

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A GADSDES COTNT: > TIMF QOTJCT. FLORIDA.: THURSDAY: MAT 21 19M PACE T1Im'l'pp; : I I

'I 'the' fourth grade 1 think Those
little boys and girls seemed to I
Bits And have a genuine interest in the
mechanics of getting out I newspaper DANLEV'$
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as well as job printing on
I' Pieces I the morning smaller I received presses.a whole Tue ran da> PREINVENTORYTremendous

BT HUTCH ol letters from those little boys
I and girls and they are printed
elsewhere in this Issue. (lJ hope
Quincy Gadnden County and!It was real thoughtful ol them,
the State of Florida have lost a''to go to so much trouble to express
good and genuine leader In the their Interest and appreciation -
l. :JG pol untimely death of C Dur" ard and 1 cherish every one ol
Johnson thorn notes In fact U they get
Jean Taylor li the new golf in this weeks issue 1 imagine
Durward and I Dot close
champion ot the Sawano Club. In mere I'll be the one who puts them
friends. \Ve were rlendi though between the
the recently completed matches He had In my estimation, I near' into time type Hal sometime Thompson our Uno-
gamma Gay wu the tvnner-up In perfect method ot getting what type operator, goes home around l
the championship light and Lucille he needed and getting thing done midnight and the time he gets
Me "as not the kind ol man thai It
Shelter won the tnampav back here Wednesday morning
would andlist/
buy something
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ship consolation flight say "chars* it to my accountHe ,
Audrey Helen In ram won the wanted to know what that, I made the remark last week
Merchandise Floor
Odds & Ends
Savings -
would on Regular Samples -
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lint flight Martha Carol Smith particular thing or that I would get clobbered/ the
cost him, not In an effort tort '
held ft ell,
and lila Gardner tournament Sunday
was runner-up It at some ridiculously I tow I I fooled myself I did get beat and Damaged FurnishingsMany
won first flight consolation price Just to keep on the business one down the first nine holes, but
Plans are being made for a aide and the record managed to win the next two

soon handicap tournament to begin straight He worked untold noun for hiscommunlq I rounds consolation and prize came\ In out my with light the Items Not Listed Values Throughout the Store Shop Now and Savel

his church, his club,1 And by the way I beat the fellow
Ilorence Fritz former woman and last but not by any metro that beat me the first round in
mayor of Ft. Myers, it the author least his !lodge the Masonic Order the second nine and hud him one SALE ENDS MONDAY
lie was most charitable down when my last match ended MAY 25th
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e( "Unknown : a historyof without a flare for publicity or adntn on the seventh holt
the Sunshine State published by lor reward or recognition,
the University of Miami Press He Is given the lions share d Dr. MiCrary, Ben MiOary,
credit tor the successful I campaignto that Is, had bad lurk on the seventh
'Three educated' porpoises raine funds for the Qulnry Development hole of his third round Sunday -
trained to perform intricate rou Corporation and heldthe He hit his second shot Into LIVING ROOM VALUES BED ROOM BARGAINS
hoesn synchronized action are office of treasurer at the time the pond Then he hit his fourthin
now on view at Marineland of of his death His efforts and advice the drink again and wound up
i Florida will bt missed by that organiiabon with a double bogie, seven He 1Req.5109.95 Traditional GoldKROEHLERSOFA I 1-3 PC.Reg.$199.95 Double Dresser,MIrror. Nile
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The fourth annual Greater Whit I'm making such a poor next hole thou:h. He nude a _ $159.95
Maple summer finning tourney ts hole-in-one on the three No. 8. GROUP
effort in trying to say that par $149.95
opened May 17 with prizes being _ _
k Durward was a mighty line person Golf is an humbling game says -
awarded for the largest flab I 1Req. $269.95 Green by Broyhill
I and I know those in his business Fred May It has a way of evening
t caught in.ten saparte categories organization as well as a! things! up Just about every I FRENCH PROVINCIAL SOFA $189.95 1- 40". Reg. $69.95 Gala Mahogany
world ol other people are going to time 1 three putt a green
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4f I tx'(tore the day Is over Or U 1 - _
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Times office last Friday. It was fora three putt &r en. A KHOEHLER SOFA 14 PC.Req.$219.95 Mont ego Sand Finish
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ASH1YA to Jack Middle ton of the Purina Pet Care Center,the DINING
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HILLDRIVEIN ton, "it s learned rwpnnna in animal as well as tinman' A. CHARMER BENCHES $18.95
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BARABBASStarring 2KSK theS5 le.. than 1-7 PC. R.q.5109.95 72." Table and 6 Chair. 13-Values to $49.95-Step. End., Coffee

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DINING SET - - $ 99.95 ODD TABLES _ $ 9.95
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1-Red 1-Complete
1-8 PC.
Recliner $ 9.95 Youth Bed _ $19.95
,; Liv. Room Group S69.95 - -

Includes Sofa Bed.Chair. 1-3 PC.
1-Blond 3 PC.
Stool 3 Tables and 2 Lamps Bed Room Suite $19.95
(Worn Some But Clean) Bod Room Suite 529.9S
Needs R.palr-with Plate
GIs Needs
4-Your ChoicePlatform Mirror some repair

Rockers $ 7.95 1- Walnut 2-Metcl

_.- .__ i I 1- Black Nylon Chif fetch _ $19.95 Double Beds $ 7.95140"G.E.

I Sofa Bed $19.95
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23-Assorted 1_Walnut Electric Stove 539.95

Tables from $ 1.95 4 Drawor Chest $14.95
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1Oak Table S 9.95 2- Single (Clean) Writing Table $ 4.95

1 Hollywood Beds $39.95

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Dining Chairs S 1.95 Cotton Mattresses $ 7.95 Kitchen Cabinet 522.95


1-Blond 1._. Double FoamMattress 1 Utility Cabinot 5 9.95
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swell Gossip S Spring $49.95
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PAGE FOURTEEN CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY f. 1864
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about the roots. It the plant j ism
GARDENINGIN a cantauwr, carefully renxr*
The Bells Are RingingThe the plant without disturbing U-
FLORIDA ball of earth about the roots and
settle It In the hole at the same
IT'$ SALE TIME By Horv y Sharpe, Editor r .ii oa depth It was in the container

Florida Agricultural Sonic Esbmk pi; S Partially rich fill garden In around soil the Water plantwith

the Vines gardener serve many purposes for r and thoroughly.water again.Follow Finish. tilling the holt

Take the one that producei egg the same procedure with
ATMAN1ING the balled plants Do not remove
like gourds It i ideal for the
(practical Joker Then Inert li a the burlap However cut it away
wine that specializes la dishcloth it the top ot the ball or tun it back
I production.Bird \ it the ground line.
tovn like Trumpet-Creep- Before setting bare-rooted deciduous
I y plants, trim off long or
'AYLORCHEVROLET era because they attract edr-tread
leg hummingbirds Other lovers broken roots.
like the privacy vines give them Be sure to form a shallow basin
around each plant to catch the
when titling on the porch with a
summer rains Mulching is a
beau.Many amnll try like vines be- rood Idea, as It helps to conserve
CO0 cause they harbor chameleon p. moisture, maintain the organic
the lizards that can change color matter of the soil, increase aera
and show their money bags. K don and reduce soil temperature
These are some reasons why luring the summerSEPTIC.
people like vines University of
Florida horticulturists say vines 4
are tine because of their attractiveness
of both: foliage and flow t( s
,e...
Vines lend contrast and character
to landscape plantings. They i ; TANKS
o accentuate architectural, especially q I
the closely clinging species Collins"&';. ;the tuna i of
ells, are ringing in Sort ,
DRIVEN Many of the creepers are adept 1,900 books of trading stampo. II INSTALLED
at introducing color, form and The bells are carillons which weN dedicated April 19 at St. -
texture onto otherwise/ unlnterest Joiwtph'l pariah, Fort Collins. I
Log object, shrubs or trees The stamps represent the jingles and slogans and deiltm-
Many gardeners say that vines combined savings ot over 1,000 (rag posters and other display FOR SALE
are the best plants; yet to give Cub Scout,Boy Scouts,Camp material.
,
lire Gals and other parish or* According i to
their homes air of utelised
an
tropical ganisations. In addition, the Duffy,the bells win be
living by using them to
cover passageways to
groups conducted drives among by St.Joseph's summon people
or to form patio walls and to announce
parishioner for stamps and installed to worship
Ornamental vines, as a group, share your stamp'receptacles special events. I
are well adapted to a wide range at local supermarkets They will aim commemoratethe I
of soils Moat of them thrive in and other key location. third anniversary of the i [
sand, clay marl or rockland, The Very Rer. Monstgnor new p rj h church.According .
provided plant fool and moistureare Richard M, Duffy, to Mr*. Barbara .
CARS CARS CARSNEW adequate Bounced the .::' lObtr:: : Henrgireler,Fort Collins,director I
Soil preparation is most Important the carillon bells on February of the campairethis is the
In a vine planting project 17,1963.The first tine, to her knowledge,
Time spent In working the drive for Cold Bond that carillons have been eb-
soil into good tilth will Insure that Stamps to obtain the bells was tamed with trading stamps.
you will produce vigorous plants also supported by younger children The bells are the type used 627-6851
and possibly have trouble tree in the parish who, under In banks,universities and memorials
care I later. the Gold Bond group project S all over the nation, in-
To get a project underway, system, earned points towardthe eluding Florida's :famed singIng EARL LODGE
spread about Inches of compost, carillons by creating i essays, tower.
peat, leaf mold, or well-decora
I paged manure over the area
CHEVROLETS CHEVELE CHEVY II where the vines will be planted. I ipade.
As a topping, sprinkle the area In muck soil, leave oft the organic
with a liberal amount of 644 I application and apply an LOOK AROUNDTHERE'S
CORVAIRS BUICKS ELECTRAS fertilizer, and then
mix the orI I 118-13 fertilizer containing only
ganle material and soil with a i phosphorus and potassium
Before planting vines close to I A
LA SABRE
WILDCATS SPECIALSSEE
a tree, remove the tree roots in':
'
OUR LARGE SELECTION! READY MIX too the many immediate roots area or the-tree but may not NEW SHOP IN TOWN
die Such trees as sand pines
CONCRETECONCRETE will not stand much root snitchIng -
MOORE ELECTRICMOTOR
The soil at the base ot masonry
AS LITTLE AS construction often contains!
trouble-rnaking lime, so remove I
the contaminated soil to a depth of REWINDINGand
18 inches. Replace It with a normal
40 acid soil taken from another
$2498 ocatlon.
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BLOCK Planting Vine REPAIRS ON
The planting season Is about
any time the notion strikes you- MOTOR POWERED APPLIANCES
provided the vines are small,
TO hrifty container grown plants. BATTERY CHARGESGolf
BUYSCHOOSE Oakland Concrete lust before the rainy season starts
Is a good time to try your luck. Carl Welders and Power Tools
Products Company Deciduous vines, wisteria trumpet
FROM A NEW FULL SIZED Allen BoeUek emi .vine and other do best when 720 WEST JEFFERSON STREET
planted In the cooler season I
John Thomson In planting either container.grown -
CHEVROLETTHAN Flume MAte T 1011 or balled. and burlapped I 627.7440
plants, dig: a hole which is slightly '
larger than the ball of earth I
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and Heater WSW. Power Steering. 1960 OLDSMOBILE 88 $1398 GOVERNOR

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4 Door Special Auto. Trans. Radio 1960 CHEVROLET $1198and

Heater 4 Door Impala VS. Power Gild. .,

1960 FORD _ $ 698 Radio and Heater -

Pickup 1961 ChEVROLET $1398
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1963 FORD $1798 2 Ton Truck. Motor Completely ov .
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4 Door. V8. Auto. Trans., Radio. 5 Speed Transmission. Ready to IS NEEDED TO OVERCOME
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La Sabre $1698
1958 PONTIAC _ $ 698 .

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1962 MONZA COUPE $1498
1957 MERCURY $ 498 ., '''-'_ :- .:
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ELGIN Winn-Dixie
Yellow SolidsOLEO THE
Stores' Sales

FARM Show IncreaseJacksonville

BEEF SALE t FRONT Sale recorded

I pL1p by \\lnnDt\ie Stores during the
BY DOYLE CONNER 4-week "period I'ncll'dfIlY 2 shown
ed an Incream" of 5.39 per rent
OMMISSIONERFLORIDA over the corresponding "period a
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 'year ago
Finest Beef Sold AnywhereWD A total sale volume of $fiS.'
833.471: for this week "period ""ur-
Some time ago I mrntinnpd In --- mounted last l years figure\ of
iNs column the plan of I iuulh chiefly from the West. $tfi: 1U,6ne by J1520S67
'i. FiE!???':.. i ii i BRAND CHUCK Florida grower to Install an electronic But Mr. Khrunhcbev It a confirmed Sales during the 44-week period
wntormclun lining machine optimist when talking ending May 2 totaled S73Rt'LM,13T
+ I nottrtIn I recent news report buit RuMlan armnplixhmtntioutild. : III Timpared with $"04,!9S5 223 during
+ ++++ =++s+++ LIMIT 2 WITH $5 FOOD ORDERSILEACON ii thiswasosh
the equipment opt'nlil1& his
Roast 391 own ballwiik HeMiaiealed o the I.'OI1'I'tIpl1l1dll1jf "period of
La.
on the watermelon crop of recently to Bon Della 13, an Increase" of $$33,738,911<<
t Immobile Tomato Crowrrt It the Russians coul show him how 4M per rentlnnDixle.
weighs the meloni dlitrtbulei the Algerians could trans(urn, \\ operating a num.Iter .
; OVEN READY EASY CARVE RIB them to the tree loading belt their dcwrt and nvnintaln tvgloni of 1IIIII'rmarkrl1l| in this area,
and can loud tuck at once. Into great fields of vegetable now has a total of 629 retail unit
Wall be seeing more at tin and eight wholesale unite through
Roast LS. 691 kind automatic handling equipment Aa "reported Moscow by Tan, out the South compared to Win
; M time sort on, applied to the Ruiuuan mw agrnty, a Q 1mean retail wills and eight wholesaler
other cropt. Growing shortagei of farm It growing produce a year 11:0srlI'O'Jlltn'.
1 labor and rising wage coils are "In gravel saturated with chtrn
f LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT upenllng up the day when a Urge kali Its nydropnnlc/ nuth .\ : mil
variety ot our fruits and ego.tabby oil laid Tana, aa though the pro- An attempt Ii being made to
will require practically no runs was another Kunaian "lintWeve ." rrnhiipe the AdmlnMratlim anti.prnrrty .
Ribs. La. 33 hand labur! to get then grown had /hydroponlc production hill /by IX'mocrsts on the
SUBER'S I : and on their way to comunurs In Fkirkla for a numbtr ofyears lli use txlmallon and Labor Coin'
It works too, but on a lim: mlltee. The present dilay at the
3g Out In California tin United I ittxl icale tlmti Inalgiiiflcant moment Ii that each
100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W D GROUND member has
Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Askotla, ,
DRY CURE compared with our vast prwhkUun a different Idea of how the pl'OoIIrAm
LB. I I 95 ion /hM 'Oum'.nllt'll to the U. s. I from big cunvenllmwl farnia Hhnull be fwuaed, /but the
Beef..5i \partment of Agriculture that n To attempt /hyilmpunic pro end result could be a stronger
REG. 591 wont mechanized production and iliKtkn\ on thuuaandi of aim of hill limn Jolmmn lubmltted.rnrnolwi .
I harvesting mrthoila tu UM tip U I gravelly mil would require a Hog
Its research UM fir UK fruit vet I tiring amount of ihimkal nu- like thnmi at Miami
$ vegetable induktry I tricots: If Mr. Khni lxlnv do- 'fI'l1ll1rlurn.IlIvtt/ been making
fA v. lU IIHT L ll. -:" .; .;,i. .';o' United sots a prmpeit tr ever \tlipa the M.BILLION .dJIarihemlial filendi with I hundmlsi .
.
r ----- Increasing, tabor! ihortagti and I Industry he has prep i yeses, Even filmy i ; the Youiw
mates UIB puuibtlily production rd. he may Just try It. rr In the first century wrote about
may have to be cut bu,'k. It U a pm''p,11It l which gave a small
not optimistic about rotrultlnglulftclent The truth ll what every good boy rhl... on hi. b*,'k,
FOLDING i. dh( skilled labor In Ute ... I rlllnn should search for in all -- _.
Samsonite 50 Extra ;J..N:: Green Stamps J end IIItt.'nt program la lie carriedon t qurotloni, n la often nut Mayo The lieit years. ran alway. be
find
in i'Ut'I''I.. II'.. It I has dated / stead _
WITH THIS COUPON AND PVRCHASI 01
TABLE III belled UIHI priors for uurjmlucli
,... to coraumert' must Incvttally .
Toe 11101M IIIN" Gin "
ON SALE AT Downy Flake Waffles << flue

i nap crane.n r.gf tF 'i i??Ii. Vohs Ana. Mnr .... The Count of California Crow
74i en' was told recently the lettuce
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U ANY WINN.DIXIIc
7 7Jvh.nrry "iJ l industry there in punning/ hard to
.= develop: mm rmnliHlton: for produong : -
sod milling Its crop Lettuce;:
t. gt'tttng: first l attention but olher .
., 7 7lrel 1; CM will nmie In for their
.=' : ihnrv of attention aim, including
50 Extra ;J..N:Creen Stamps) celery broccoli carrots and raul
itlowrer.Lettuce.
WITH THIS COUPON AND (PURCHASE OF f
output in California .la /
... .. ',.. S-el C'.' n MIMUTI MAID v.hnal! (W mllllm dnllaii ayear
hj.g (I. anwn0{
Orange Delight or about 40 IK r cent l< tin
MolftlOlll doe !lunth.em nation I iiiply| : Growers llwnvM
'roctko! 'fa Aa..workI vms Aa.. .... u. Ivw are IN'Ipmg to fliiHiHf theirnsearch
'}Y:'ii WrtN Srl WORT( end .o-Jtyounell t AT ANY WINM.DIXII 'I.' '1 and di'vel<|'rn'ntl plana
.. OPEDItTER TAPE{ Co..1tftt for TV MethReg. .
:nn. : i1"J! and have him) a full time man to
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l..... counllnnle the rem-arth now be-
$6.9S Value ... .
Wandtrf''" lor dSloNylnO UK earned onllw .
growers' do not Rolled| re
x j suits In time to avert a crltltalMuur
alxulHg which they l limb
::1 ". SOExtriiW Green Stamps for when the Importation of Mi s. df
WITH THIS COUPOH AND PURCHASE' OfANV can labor ends with the chew of as

... toll yeses
Two '00" "
Mrs. Smith Fruit Pies see
According lo Product Newt i
SAVE 10* DEEP SOUTH SALADDressing pole A.... ..... .... nothing ii "too far nut In nwhanliallHi IZOW
(' U It has the germ of
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1 ,AT ANY Wlt-IN.DIXII "iJ't a gad "lil..a. What llw California ThlI'I tilt r"
291 : .: uxliwlry wants la nmihlnea. lorirrcliiion slow fliyrvpthitlialMl "
QT. planting Uilnnli g weeding 1IImII1N"I1o..
ail harvesdtig. Hxyd: : also that .(1tntkHn body
J ( like clwmkvli tu prevent soil Tlllri FLOWING GOLD
.AL. nutlng at the Urn plant IN gin bgbblQ $Y UP. rlp""t""
20 KRAFT Limit 1 with order Extra a.N:Green '
SAVE < $5. or more 50 Stamps 10 energe and lo cuntn4 weeds -
WITH THIS CXM'OI'f AND WRCHAM' Of and predator. .*. GMSd1 mm Ramp:it|
On Implement nun la reported rises km. PS stow, bas
Miracle Whip QT. 391 owl L. ,... JOIn JWILL working on a nuu hlne he hopes sp II Las N (IOOWING GOLD SYRUP
Fryer Breast will $wrlorm flvt operations alme wd IN!him sine that bubble Ii...TMtmil \
t pole A"'D ..... isms ( ,time -- plant the: wed, and labs It bonss end 1M Row lilt ttissisppNltr
I aptly tirtlll/er, a ail cuHlltkm- rtes 1I1C11il1,pasakssu
SAVE 204 CABOT BRIQUETSCharcoal2 AT ANY WINM.DIXII' .cbc er. a weed killer and Inaei'llrfcleaAiwIhiT ,tars td rnni bind bMKHiympawiiN .11IIII>
44 U working on a p..I. 'tIII poi
::!r Ion' seed (ilantrr: ::: lo sans both Aie* owing Gold
ft 79' and and Ihlnnlng o U. IU< Idea Syrup
dx If lo ejnt the tiny, uncoaledleeda males M beri. "/
one by one at evenly paced quart;Ma I9 sot Na It.N yewanMla

SAVE 6( EACH THRIFTY MAIDTomatoes 50 WITH Extra THIS ttUK a.JC 1 AND Green Stamps title intervals Ute soil.Reports through. nradU-lhln Jets rarwa

303 ON. TWIN. ,... C.ACa/M' aooo teen both aides. of the
8 CANS $1. Potato or Dip Chips nm Curtain hav. given ri.e toMllmates

VOl. Ar... .... .... another that dlaantraui KhrualH'hev Ii fatsng
harvest this
1 AT ANY WINM' .DIXIi' ..l year At brat lh grain cap u
U. I expected In .b> no hotter than but
year and that was an bad It put
the USSR Into tht world market
lul' arm 11 million luna, bought
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50 Extra;V'R:Creea Staas Flea beetle problems on
I wme AND: bI'
Fresh Sweet FloridaCORN THN.COUPoe1 PtIPCHA3i
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PACER: STRAW. v.. Ana M.f llAFANV ..

WINN- IXII 1
Berries 510-oz>:: $1. 1..

ALL FLAVORS MORTON -

Fr. Pies 3 Family Size i $1 l.

LIBBVS REG OR PINK :=-

"Lemonade 9 tz; 99' 50 WITH Extra THIS CDIJ'CffH t''CGreei) P\.IIICIWI Stamps 01

1 0 EARS 49 BREAD ... ...,. ..... SILL

Dough 3Xf49: Stainless Steel Blades

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IiNews-Views of Gadsdens Colored People;







Last Rites Held Mrs. Harris Young MinisterAt Pirates Take OP Delegates Band ProgramTo Mrs. Wright To Be Eugene Battle's


For Mrs. Shaw Dies MondayFuneral St. James Double Header Make Reports Begin at OP Buried Sunday Rites Sunday


Funeral "rvlc i for Mn.icll service for Mrs.Irene .. Service at Si Jams .. It The principal' office wishes.I Funeral services for Mrs Sunday service 1 II set for
Harris commence wa annual plynday in Carter-Parramor last Professional to announce that the Summer Rosa Wright, well known citi- Eugene Battle at Second
known Ellin-
> from Mt well oitlten with Sunday School,,, Gretpa and the Pirate Growth Meeting o f ,
mlghtljr Band la
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Sh'MIrn1d of Midway, wilt be held Powell B. Program scheduled to lilt o f Seaboard, subdfeion, beth Missionary Baptist Chorei .
Hosie Baptist Woodberry. Supt. la defeated Gretna To-S. the 1883-64 school term was under .
get way at Carter-Parra city WIt conducted from He died following
from St. Paul A.M.E.: AotIDJ aa altercau
Church, Sunday p.m. Rev. W. Church, charge, 9:45 am. All teachers manager was l In the school library at ItlO p. more High School oa Monday, Beulah Hill Missionary Baptist ion, a full report is '
Jl. Maxwell pastor in charge. Midway, Sunday. (Time will be tad pupil are urged to report coachea were Wide Trotman m., May 12, Tuesday last. Per Hay 25, and is to run throughJuly Church, Gretna. She died, Sunday another section of the given 11
announced later Tame
from SimmtJackson ,.
Sbe' died horn following on time. and Marion Stevens. in of this
at charge meeting
sons 17. Alt interested
Funeral parent May 17. 5 a.m, following The decease is a native
Home She of Ga U-
short illness. Th. deceased ) The morninc Frist Garnet Randal Cox to the 74th <
a worship service were delegate and guardian are requested to and extended Illness. A native den County, lived for
was a native of Georgia, moved died Monday, 6.80 Lm. at the will commence at 11 a.m. The started for the Pirate* being Session of the Florid State cooperate by helping to make of Georgia, she moved here year in Quincy. several
her and resided In the Robertanlle Sadsden County Hospital fop R... A. R. McGloelctoa will b* relieved la the third by Fran Teacher's Association held In it possible for children I Interested several years ago. The deceased he joined Several years
community. She was a lowing end extended. illness Ia charge. He will be aeturtaa t NeaL Nasal winning Pitcher was, Miami, Florida, April 23-25, la the program to report joined Beulah Hill i Missionary 1 beth ago Baptist Church.Second Eli,.-
faithful member (f Mt. Hose The deceased well known In Cray Edward. taken out In t.h.nh! inning 1084. I to bandroom at Carter-Parra- Baptist Church and for The
the had lived in OUYM :: I many survivor are Mrs.
county, Midway Eu.
Missionary Baptist Church. She ( choir will wiU Winston Estell coming tot Prior to the nesting, each more Monday, May 25 between rears rendered service oa auifiries. gone Battle Sr
and for several father Mrs
11110 waa atnember of the local Quincy for both moraine and eveniniservices. and going the remaining dist delegate had prepared I 8:30 a.m. and 8:80 p.m. for Funeral services will be Viola Marshall EVUhe: .
Some time the wife
yean. age was I ,
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pallbearers order. employed at the Gaasdea County allc thorough report covering aa was; registration and schedule assignment. held, Sunday, May 24, t pm. Henry, Peter and Jim Battle
ThOM surviving Includes Mr Hospital.The Thursday evening 6 p.m. Second Gimei William Good decided upon by the group, From Beulah. Hill with the Rev.: brothers. Mrs. Caroline Shelf
Shaw, husband, Mrs. Holale weekly prayer meeting will be rot the game rolling with am General Assemblies, group There 1 L registration fee o. L. Lewis, pastor in charge.A aunt. John Battle, uncle i.
Thomas, step-mother, Jack deceased poeesiedchearful I held. wide the park homer. meeting and other activities to be charged but it will be short program will precededthe step children. Interment and *
House and Rev. Arduater House disposition, which attracted Mr*. Katie Baker will orb Charts* again comprising the 74th session. necessary for a certain numberof eulogy made in the Shaw Farm will be.
and made her eemwry.
for
brothers. Mrs. Hannah Camp. friends. many ain member and friend .t: the Hillside Rams with Willie Persons attending the FS.T student to register and attend Those surviving include: Mr. Slmms Jackson Fuaeiai
bell, Mm. Elmore Weston, sis Stewardess board two. AJlmtm- Woodward taking over and A., meeting a* delegate from if the claw I Ia to be con Sam Wright" husband Mrs. Home la charge.Tanner .
ters. Council Milton, and John Rev.h.Le F. Bradley will de- hen are urged to attend pitching the remaining of the Carter Parramora and reslhl tinued. Millie M. Stephen, Quincy, Mr
Milton, sons. Mn. Edna Moye, liver\ which will also Rev. Reliagh Hurry youth tam giving up four run*. I w fni ftuch & Unified- and Since the band director will Jemerls Glenn, Bainbridge, Ga.,
Mrs. Barbara Smith and Mra. be preceded by a short pro- ful minister of Chattalioochei Crotme wa defensive player informative meeting were Mr. cooperate in arranging a schedule Mrs. Visa L Cooper Attapulrua Chapel
Eva Milton, daughter. gram, I will be the guest speaker Fri of the day after catching i a R. Francis, Mrs. H. King, Mr. convenient for the stud' : Ga., Mrs Beatrice Qleen,
Interment was held In the Mt. Those surviving include: I day evening at St. James. Hewill lined drive barc-Aanded MId C. Daniels and Mr. V. Haiml mU, It i is hoped and urged that I Detroit Mich., Mrs. Longenia Church NotesThe
foals cemetery, Simmi-Jack- !Mrs. Barbara H. Caldwell, speak in behalf of Mrs. making the play unassisted. II* ton, Principal of Carter Parr: all interested students will report Yerby, Detroit, daughters, I
ton in charge.Hawks Morris Harris Jr., sons, Mrs. sale M. Everett, Woman' also hit an Inside the park more. a* requested on. May 26 Arkansa and Amos Wright, Senior Choir of Tanner
Gerdine Harris, daughter In- Day Club. Mrs. Everette serve homer, and get strated. sons. Chapel A.M.E. Church ait
law, Frank Jeffery, Orlando, a* eapttan. An invitation I II The Pirate will take on the I Parent of Interested children Interment will be made in sponsoring a musical program,
WhipMonticello brother. Tom C. Caldwell son- extended to the public to com 'unior Scott Dodger la the Tau Zeta Honors I are requested to urge them to Attapulgua, Ga. Slmms-Jacksoo at S p.m. May Slat.. They II i-
n-law, James Jeffery, brother, and hear this apeaker. 'irate Den on Saturday May take advantage of this opportunity Funeral Home in charge.Missionary asking all member of the coo i
Nine and Mrs. Hannah Jeffery, sister- Visitors attending servicesSunday 23, at 2:00 p.m. with refreshmeota New MembersTau and the cooperation !given to be present. Visitors an
n-law. Interment will be held Include: Mra Alice M.I being served. will be very muoh appreciated.Here welcome to come and worehel.with '
in the St. John cemetery. SimmsJackson Jackson, Miss Annie Hall and Zeta Chapter of the Zeta Meet ua In this great musket
The Havana Hawla defeatedthe Funeral Home la Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated program.
Mra. Betty Wright.Arnette Choir UnionAnniversary and There
Monticello dugq.nby ascore ch.r,.. recently entertained thei At St. JamesThe The Supt. li asking all i..ein-
of 6-8 Sunday behind 1 the ben and offioal to be on time
newly inducted members, me* Mr. and Mrs. Monzell Davis,
fend pitching ot Jerry HalL To Dodgers Win Chapel dames: Gladys Neal, Vivian i I I and children of Ft. Bragg, N. C. Junior Missionary Society Sunday School begin at 9 4i
say the least (f Sunday' game, Shiloh Primitive Baptist Wiggins and Theresa Stray with I were recent visitors here. Mrs. Quincy District, African Methodist am. Morning worship at 11 a.

Is to say Jt was a pitching duel Over All Stars Church ServicesSunday Church will entertained the Anniversary a steak dinner at the Blue I Davie is the daughter of Mra.oetta Episcopal Church, Florida m.
between and R. Parker andJ. Union service of Moon Grill. Sorority nemben I Young, and the grand i Conference: will hold their program The Rev. Braxtoa will bring

Rnhard. Hill allowed only 5 The Qulncy Dodger behind service at Arnette Quincy Choir Union One, Sunday attending this affair were Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hor- The planning meeting, Saturday. -the message
bits to Montieello and Monti- the fine pitching: of Alferd Chapel A.M.E. Church will commence commencing t p.m. The A. M. Jackson, Mrs. Betty Bryant are Shaw, city. Mr. Davis is the Woodward supervisor, Mrs. MabelP.
cello allowed six hit the attendance
only to Snooks" Smith defeated the 9:80 am. with Sunday lev.. I Kiasey, officer an< Mrs. Roberta Stephen,, son of Mr. and Mra Wiley Davis of urge CookOutThe
the Hawks making a total of All-Stem the member Mir Ruth Robinson, Mrs. Ruby of Gretna. The couple spent representative o f each home
Tallahassee by School Superintendent Bess are making great preparation church in the af Mr. and Mrs
eleven hit for the game. score of 4-2. Smith pitched five Alexander and Joseph Long y., for the expected large Panels, Mrs. Ursula William*, several days here visiting relatives Planning will be district in Program Carl Daniel was the cite e f a
Captian John Chip Avery innings and gave up only threehiULfttrlcklnir Sr. in charge. turn out to the dual program. 'Irs, Luree Houston, Mrs. Mailyn r, and friend They returned with the connection family cook out. The group ate
Sunday School Convention
had three of the Hawk hits I The Fifteenth W. Anderson, Mrs. Selda to N. C. Saturday.
out 0 batters and The morning !worship service Anniversaryof which will b held steak, chicken, wieners, vegrt-(
with five offlcal times at batEd gained the victory. Ella did a will begin 11 am. with assistant > Quincy Choir Union One wit Davis and Mrs. Vera F. Daniel Mrs. Lizzie Bradley, flew to time in tome able salad, hot rolls end punch.
Smith hit one single, a, !good Job of tricking out ten pastor W. Campbell inharg be observe, along with the re- Also, at this affair, the off!. Cincinnati, Friday where she July. ThoM present were Mm Ineamel /
Scottie had one hit and Kinble riving up only 2 hits Alan "Bo *. He will b* assisted by service. In con- .era for the 1964-65 term were Joined Mr. Bradley They ) ., Mrs. Gloria D. Mtrritt,
lilt a 400 ft. horn run over ra" Dlxlon supplied I the hitting Rev. Pauline McMlllon. r unction with the anniverserybsenratton announced. They are as follows: spent several day there In at- Appreciation Mr. and Mrs Roosevelt Danieli
left field fence. for the Dodger going 4 for I The Junior choir will furn- the public will be Mrs. Ursula Williams Presid endance to the General Con- Miss Jewel L. Lewis a reientgraduate Mr and Mrs. James Daniels
The Hawks will be he host at bat He was awaited the isle musle for both the morning served dinner. As customarily :cot; Mrs. Roberta P. Stephens, erence. They are expected toreturn of Carter-Parramore After the affair the group
of the Tallahassee Clowns at Player of the Day Honor and evening service Mr tile union spend onenuiwlreddollar Vive-President Mrs._ Betty. here the middle of this high School extends appreciation motored to Tallahassee to win-
Tallahassee Sunday May 24. The Howard Crawford also shared W" B. Akin at the organ. 01t.h.* dinner. Bryant, second vice-jresiaeni, week. to the many friends for the ,dow shop.People .
management department of the the batting honor, going S The Senior Missionaries will The choir union which I Ia Mr. Marilyn Anderson, Secret- beautiful gift received. To me,
Hawks are asking all fans to for 5 at bat along with 1 RBL at the church in the basement leaded by Emory Crooms since ar,1 Mrs. Alice Jackson, AiM We agree with Mark Twain; they will be long remember. are honest when trust is
follow the Hawks. The Dodger will face one 4 p.m. All member are urged It was organisher played a tant Secretary; Mrs. Lure eat the food you like and let Again, thanks. placed In them by someone they
of the league leader, Sunday to attend. Visitor are welcome.Mrs. major role in creating, and l louston, Treasurer; Mrs. R. G. them fight It out Inside. Mite Jewel L. Smith. admire.
The National Pee Wee Golf at home when they meet, Icha- Sallie Anderson hostess. maintaining a Christian atmoeihere Francis, Chaplain and Mist 0 -
Championships, sponsored by the way, Ga. Th. Dodger will need Th A.C.E.: League president among churches in the 1. Robinson, Reporter.Antioch .
Greater Orlando Chamber of th.; support to pull Joseph Long, Jr., announce rea. They made contribution
Commerce and Minute Maid Co., this one out.fG.fti 8 p. that League service will commence not only to the spiritual uplift Church
will be held June 21-24 at Rio Finer m. The team standing, ( wine, Sdefeate. at t p.m. All youth of but to famllle ill need of food
Country dub In Orlando. the church are urged to attend.. clothing, those that luffred ,
p---------- _ _ Lists CalendarThe &ec ( 't
---- Mr*. W. M. Long, directress. from the lost of their borne by :
Evening worship I S p.m. firei They have alto _lilted the
ICj Th* week calander la a* civic' orginitationi, Including Senior Missionary Society! Make Mine #
follow: Sunday School board the Community Chest, and other will be entertain by Mrs. Lillie Cry Vanilla

meet, !Monday 6'30: p.m. Off-! lorVh za *. f'lugellen at home, Thursday Cure The Bark
I cal board meets, Tuesday, 7:80p. twelve participating :30 pm,
Ij m. Prayer meeting Wednes'day choirs are a* follow Shiloh, Mt The Sunshine Band auxiliarywill For Flavorsome Treats that Courts it'a a of law's have right recognlied

j 6:80: p.m. Senior choirrehearsal ZIon,, and Mt. Pilgram Pnmitve be entertained at home byMrs. but not too often or too tolorke:
I Thursday.Services Baptist Churches. Mt. Mon [ Dorothy Barton, at the Some dog exercise this fun.
I ah, Elisabeth, Antlocb Missionary home o f her grand mother, ty Mia oiNNorr dsmental canine right too often

I Set Baptist St. James, Mrs. Mary Etta Dargen. WHEN, in 1520, the Spaniard CARAMEL CREAM and nUll all tort of trouble
Greenshade Old Bethel and
New Bethel,A.M.E. and Mt. Zion Saturday 4:30 p.m. usher Cortex was Introduced to his M a. sugar for owner and
board 2 will meet at the church.All first cup of vanilla-flavor K e. water f rein.
i For Frank Moore C. I.E. Churches.Midwives
r member are urged to att- chocolate by the Emperor 3ton4 large egg, beaten C barks.beeyoo
O nd. Usuma, be didn't realla that lightlyH C; :.:..
Service for the late Mr. Make Sunday school will oomm.race vanilla GOUld be a wonderful a sugar are at home,
I Frank Moore will be held fromSt. 9::30 a-m. Supt. Parthell Gains, flavor in Its own right.For K tsp.lt you can quick
John Primitive In charge. Teacher and pupils ly break him
K
$100.00 BaptistChurch Fund Report almost a European 1 tip pure vanilla of
JACKPOTAT i Sunday (Tim will b* are asked to attend. century, extract this objsc
used vanilla aa an en 1 .. each light cream and tionsble habit
announced from Slmtns-Jckon The following Midwives rods The Missionary Cabinet, and Catch' Wn
barking
Funeral Cancer uxillrle will meet banner of chocolate flavor and milk and slap hint
Home) The deceased, (their final American Immediately gently und.r the chin
a native ef Leon County, Fie., Socitey Fund Raising Report alter Sunday school at the nothing more. H 11eup wager la heavy In while "*"

I moved here several year ago, for ItMt church. I It sow Hugh Morgan, apothecary kuit or saucepan over me. |u"what about that erattr
(where he maintained residence I Mrs. Jennie Zelgleri Total The Pastor, officers and mem to Engl aDd '* Queen Ellaa- slum heat until agar melts, customer who barb whip lair
JITNEY JUNGLE In the Hlghbrldge community. 12827. ben will form a motorcade at beth X, who discovered what stirring eonstantly to prevent master is away? While has
Shortly after moving to Cade- Amada Smith Total $29. 9. ,the church, 8 p.m. Sunday en- the Astir had savoys known burning. Gradually stir m wa- howling the neighbor will b*
den County he Joined St. John ; Ethel Brysnti Total I29.4S rote to Smith Grove Church.Prayer that vanilla la a marveloua ter (sugar lump at this stagy Citing set to howl at his master
PLUS Primitive Baptist Church Mid- Lareenle Moyei Total $>.!5. I meeting will b* held flavor all oa It* own but this is a* it Mould be.) Investigation has revealedBoil
l way. H* serve faithfully until Mary Jane Chandler Total Tuesday evening 7 p.m. until all lump are dU- that the.e Otrl.Ire
Bo permitted
sow after this bit of
h* became ill 'IS ST. olved Pour 1 tablespoon of hoe many liberties
5 BONUS WINNERS The deceased possessed a Carr* Bustle Sootti Total Hospital ReportJmlHlens culinary history Isle get to a w.teNlllU' mixture Into each and plaIn spoiled
strong belief In his maker, and $SO.29. m"" of 6 Individual' custard door>>kennelbor crat and day
,
cups
Total FRESH COOONTT .
depended largely on the worth Ella Harriet $13.05. IODITUK
REGISTER AT of player. Roes Lee Robinson Total! Mar. tl. tkrev|> PUDDINQ wen routine cup until Interior i* to work with your dor. Right
The Rev. E. JClnsey, pastor $500. May U (Dal.c Inclusive) coated. Let stand until after morning exercise,lock hint
JITNEY JUNGLEBE will be In charge of Mrviee A Syneda Gilllami Total $18.19. Ruenella Wood, Juanlta Bryant & sugar caramel 1* set in the kennel. If he howls stop
Ell K c. hot water Combine beaten eggs, remain him ,1* onet- sharp command
Lockwood
short program 'will preceded Queen Ford I Total $9.54.Essie Elease *
eulogy. The survivor Includes : Mae Batooat Total Battles, Alice Austin. HoraceR. 6 slices day-old, firmbeg H .. sugar, salt vanilla etc.usually box' *ork eo'nt.lllull< ot bang on the
SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY his wife Mn. Ada Moor and ,19.1T. FHitwraM' Lamar Lewis textured bread tract nd K cup of the cream box V If "V open the
family. interment will be held Smith, Hirers Johnson, Rosa 1 c. grated fresh eooonul Heat remalnlllr cress and mask chin Ilap ha blm firmly under the

6:30 P.M. SATURDAY I It in the St. John cemetery. Summa Don't complain) about the hot Lee Jones, Quincy Bobble Mae or flaked coconut and gradually beat Into ere him back.see Bound coma out and shove

Jackson Funrl Home in I !oerback; U what you longed! Robinson, Emma Button, Hav.MIa. H a sugar mixture, say "not" After a anlfII half hour you or

charge. In February. K tap. Alt Pour equal amount Into each so let him out-but not if hs I*
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elil slightly Place In pan of hot water. few fat
S .. milk, scalded 32 "r. 4d or 60 mm. flarebmlSy untainedyIn a new
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1H tappure vanilla extract to knit. Inserted la center N.tlhbor'Wht"A God Dog

Put \ sugar In heavy eome. out clean, you can get
il fns Just Wr\ to Purina Pet
IS FOR saucepan. Bur and cook until When cold. UtlllloI4 ante Care Division, Balston Purina

sugar leas melted Pour la H serving dishes. Co. St. Loall J. Missouri,
cup of hot wales Th sugar VANILLA BRXAO AND file. booklet also gives advice

will lamp at this point, but cook ) en dogs, pr*.
antil lump have dissolved and I lITTEeggs, beaten Tentlon of misguided protective.
P syrup has thickened slightly. 'i e. augur seas, yard manners and other

PRINTINGLETTERPRESS Pour syrup Into 9x5e 3.lnch H tap salt lafet policy*. of stains good neighbor

loaf PSA Rotate to coat bottom m tsp pure vanilla ertract
and aides of pan.Chffl % c. cold milk

until ayrup I* firm. 2 e. milk, acaldedS
Remove crust from bread and : tbep butter or marrarla
place layer In loaf pea over S slices whit bread, U-lncb i tch en 'Gs

hardened ayrap. Top with bit thick wise
the coconut. Oonbla first B ingredient
aur m hot milk. Pour into buttered -
Repeat tilag remaining lt eaaeerol Spread by LYDIA PEESN1
bread and coooouU
butter over on* side of bread
Combine the \t a. wager, aaat lIIOIIaa4 place en top of saw
and Stir la! mnk and Homemade Chutney
eggs vaallla ant buttered aide up. Do tlua
extract Pour ever bread just More plactog la oven. Chutney, the traditional I"
and
Place loaf pea as paa of lot Place to --- or hot watsr Mmpaninunt to curry dishes,, ia
water. Sake at a13'!. 1 hour lIaka at a23'l one baser 01'until squally delicioa when m.aa
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TWENTY TWO CADSDEN COUNTY TOMES, QUINCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MAY 21 1964
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D_'''.. i T i AOCM Mane '1'.... 0110''. I 'I' R La.. II... Taal b............ B K A.,.. Items San 1
Ill, P. 117. A. of NB' | run N. *
110.? Ft, N. 730' /
'nI.1 P't. to P. T.* IT W. IOIFt AND TOMORROW
W. nil n, TODAY
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part per M 41' .
N. 10. .. rt to
61tl, P. 'L OR B 101II Ft. M.j .
If. P. 101 11 t 1 t > p. l04a OR /P, (ID' BY RALF HARD ESTER
Div. 13opkin. 10." ir !C. tit p.. IT I. 0 ori4 X Cnambar* 11.01Comm
...h' 1144 JI't. E. "1., a *" fl' w. at BWC ot
a61Ft.N..tewcofNW4of 104 SI Ft ta P.
Lot Tl, 1.14.0. :TV GUIDE MAGAZINE
O. B. OR II, P.Tract rua N. I$1' ftiturt Editor tf
NE k run N. 101P1. .If T t I hips ft Alma Bailey 11.1' B 1711 N.Tl
51' to' W.III w'4:
T of a Bubdv. 41' a .,
I"t." 8. Ill Oft000 | of MM |. Pt to POB., N.Tl DUKE EXHAUSTED AFTER FILMING her
"t, R. III 7t. to 1, P M Til 1)1, ft, p, Jna, ,, ::,.... 4111 I 41' W. 1044rt PATTY ,
PO.B. QR T. P. Walt.r' ... M.rrltt aIII Trn.t1IntItofII =? ii* sj'w. this season has decided the will not star in

DB II t t Wife 10.11 |. OR IT, P. $10.5 rt. aTl : the "Time Out for Ginger" movie during: the summer.
4 *
41' Pi. 101 4
Ilr.'o.fR: II I a0 Jamse If Jiow.n 11.4' Bruin II Ft !C. T t I S W a Bryant ..,. rt, N. If ta' K.ti Patty needs the rest more than she need the

W 5 of NE OE4ofNw II Ft. N. of rt to p. o Burot? Mavaitmant has. In. money," ..YS .n associate "Johnny North,"
NEI KW.Got BH | ot a OR 45. p. IH 1 1. C 4s........ UtiB. the much heralded two-hour telefilm produced.

0' IW I, N. ooOW NB | run N. 10 aids where R, r in Hollywood by Revue for NBC will not )II.In .

\.of,: A'HI DRPPt ( rio F 400 rt Ill Inureeou of BUI Rd.N. shown tint on TV after all Instead the dim
rt w. 4io
11. P.00ADBP KtUPOaORNB old. of Old r doral wIll lie retitled "The Killers" (it I II bated on

PP. P. 011 II I t ItC, I. Poeh.r 100.11. fI, P. If 7 1 0 B 4 P Inn Rd In lot the Hemingway story of that n.me) and released
.
Lot I 111..11 I. I... of BW ly. wm.e 11.f. II. WoN.II. LRH to theatre Network executive hail
I n. ort W ..44.Its : N. ft. j.I% run 11:. 70 yd.. ; objected to the film's excesses of nex and vio.
SAL .c.plf alone N. aid* of
Kempa Addl. .
HR, ; hence not to mention expend. Budgeted *t
'Ion 11 I. 1. A. PI.ee 7.11E Old Federal Rd .
tog iota .
old I.W..k.
around $250,000 it ended costing almost
01 Lot t, Elk. ., N. 70 ,d. W. up w
'.t Oroonoboro. .ft Lot for Church 7* yds., H 70 r: /' million It the film ever doe com to TV now,

(.l} I.. P. III a : ft I'.h... Thla/ l.top.p'8aS' O 11-1 4 1 19' & P.rk.1 a.75.N > it will be as an "old" movie Red Skelton
fI' II 1 5 flushie .orto" 1.07Bs.0n ofroshoven W. winds up the current season with a pair of
.t ARC lit / B..ln i lit rt N. Duke returning truest stars Mickey Rooney and R. ..
V.'o ,
0000. If run W. loin. DB P. WIllIm b. I'errtn of BBC of NWI .lstnye reit

tit Pt to Rd.. N. Ill I I I I I.tal. ,. -1.5$ W.. run 111 N. *Ft IO, Ft.8., moni jiurr.. .
U. 10' I0. 4001Pt.
of
., O. 71' E. IOSFt. NrJ. WW54 ao. fro, Ft. 11:POB.DB IIIPt : r JACK BENN'Y'S BABY-BLUK EYES may b. visible to viewer

to INa4. lid.II. .21. I of rve'of SW NB t of 114 lo, P Lit I lit I J4 C Ivn! Cos, <...,...;... 111 next season. NBC Is making color tests on the let of the Benny:

"'I.. to a/Wly.POE DEUUU IU'4of1.4W I acres In anuar. how Top producers, writers, directors composer and starts

I' UJ 11 .. If I 5 1. L. Wbllt 11.5$ Ii.DB P. I 1 1 II Oarab wall Robin oo a In the NEC. of of stage movie and television will donate their services next
10obin.on .r.- '.10 NW /of NW ,. for series of nix 90-minute jipeclalu
season a
I .0'" u t.oord.d BW of BW
J t of DB 1P.. 117 4 I i tal>alty! Coa IIThomu
'n D_ Book TYf 4. LB Q. P Robert dramatizing the United Nations. Th. show will

Page $0?. 1. 1 t I If.roI4)(' th.p..4 1.71O nt I I I II KobO.on A Ie.Rabacoa.... _Jane 1.71 Com", where of lot It N., 1 4 be televised prim. ABC and NBC time peri vodn ;

I. P.H III' Iris Bo.ln U' "d.. W I.KH bndry. Intenecia The Xerox Corporation will put up '..000.. i

0' Oho oorn.r of W. aid. of Fad- 000 for the hows, and waive commercials,
114 p ti Is s 5 4Jam... R. Bowen II III. Oil 4 ot NW4. oral ltd. H.
run settling for opening and closing announcements
5 ot IW 5 of n.oNell.IA rd.. 17' 10' W. tUO
W only Robert buck (The Untouchables)
Nil 4. I... I 1105 Kt. to POB, N.
for ohu....'". 1& I 5 It Milton Or.4n E.tat. .UI yAe.:8.HI 10 "d.. to $1' II' W. lOb make; Ills only TV dramatic appearance this

pow 4 I... I sore : t I I I Ella Orrery 1.11 Kt, N, II' II' K.It :. season in a Hob Hope how episode "Chainof
p.r I$ P. II' 1 of lot 1, Blk. rt, K II* 15* Command. It'* about a major who ii fared
015. :;: OOb. r. R, T agor Brltt B mi rt, 8 ti* with a command decision involving the live
u. 1& 1 5 UI Edward: It. Rud4 $5011 Nubllv. OR 16. IP W. 10 Kt toP
P. 11. I. Fl.. JQ O. B. OK 44. of his men on patrol '
From of :1 :: J: 10SPt.toP.0. p. 141 Lit* Brow. A Wl>. tl II .

t run w. no 1".. B. OR I. P. 560 t I' 01. Iwo Imllia Gala.. 11.11 Commence. at N.W.C. JULIE HARRIS, THE EMMY-WINNING .

IG ....In, M 110yN110 I acre I. '.11I ('. ofSW of Lot IS, LKH. Broadway actress, will do a Kr.ft Suspense .lull.( hurls
5 ot NW ,. run B. I* W. lltlrt Theatre "The Robrioj Ring." .
A. episode, ... roll
t0 mvatrrr
P : Belin "' II.of to btlln, run
,41' known TV audience
Cyril RiUhard. best to
110 P4. to P.0. NWe 0 5or 8 !. W, 110 Kt,
OR 11. 1' III 1& t I blab a..r a Wife Ill NW 4 ruse II.U' N. 70' E. IIO Kt, a* Captain: Hook in the "Peter Fan special i will guest star oran'upcoming \
Comm, o.t ImO ot yd.' 0 IIJd. N.: I* H: IIO Kt:, I ; Dr. Kildar episode, "A Sens of Tempo." He'llplay

N. 1 of IW 5 ofNEI .., N. 410 Jd.., 8 Tl' W 111 Ft.0.o an eccentric writer who has decided' he's .
W. II POB IIOI >00 tt'fail
"d. to P.
rueM.21. arada how by the ?
IOI a variety produced'
0.8. OR 17, P. P.
N.b: I'i 10 a Set DR U. 101, P.: 117 ILR.. 1 Eaatar Panojoton 1.11 Corporation will replace That Wai the Week That Wa on NBlihi
II' It. P. rather than the announced Meet U at
originally *
17DB101.P. Bf 'ln at SEC of summer
::'lor,tIOt.1r. -. III 1 I 1 t Luetb.1 Palmer TlU parcel of 'land the Fair Th. minute Parade shows will be condensed to 30(

( OR 45. P. Lot. I a I. Block p., DB "'. P. minutes A part of NBC' expanded color' push next
II 1 1 Cl..lftoo Carter. B' .u 011Pert. t, leut Mid.....'. 447 run NLy.alona of. (eason. T\vl.m.; :Y to color when: it returns in Septemberon
110 J'to W..t LOB 110, P 10. 1 1. Lou ]th.I Primer IU' W. .Id
Ktdarat Rd. 147 I Tuesday night Art I.lnkletter'a House Party, now in It.
Lot I
0' W d. f14 10w Plot JlI..1I/ I In Ft. t 9th year on 12 cf them on television has been fllll"ad
O M/Away. 11 lIanda'lI Thomas. rls'ht anaTea ta .t'olrT: ul :
is o ..1. J't1 B ZZz, P. n. t I. Estate ...,.,. ,...,.. 10." said Rd. 171 PI, for another -with options for more.
-i\1I. I"r'P.Cit. Lol. 1. 5 and 5 '/L,. parallel to 4C 1M4 tr Trlaula rubUratloni. IM.-TV Ouldl
10Rt.- Block I I" 1IaotIdp to said Rd. 117rt / -

J' 111 .. I I 1..... Harrah .. Wife $170 ..:i liB CCC. t 1. 3901 Thomas 50.1) rlibt., ElL ana-lea at to WA'JtI-"f.T.q'NA"! ,

Droll 711.01$ FL1C. Rd I7t rt toY
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5ru :
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110 ItlO .. ot LRI I .Ollord _...... .1.71
NWe ot IIW 17 't.SMA'Ll mm ESS??
Weon..' Ft to boo 5 run a. 501 Ft.. Bln at NBC ota ;
.
I O. $10 P'sw S. 71 U' !C. IIIFt. I acre (rootn
'10 N. 110rJII. ., N. U. Ft. toPOB LRB run -. '. (. ; lU $ \fA.licfli.: .
: 1' Pt. to W. 110 Fl., to HOB W.
I /l. 1'. N. SO "1., Ice 160 fd'yda, a 70 yd' .
140 N t 1 hllh..I.1 Clark n na.1rJI ,... O. 10 n. toIIs E 70 yds", N.. 7. In final debate on the recently ceptionally high Inromen. On

at We of p Sit" OR yds. to passed Income tax law the final vote It wa defeatedby
*
7r.0.II'LR. Los Cllyard II Tl ,
,,. 0 0( IW 4 S I' M.tth..lon.. a Wife 11.2. OR II, P. 1 Roy
there three votea.
gain cropped
I man' only
of//. run Ja.fl. Comm.nc. at NWC Commence whore up
n. to P014lot. 0' .w I, R Is'E. N bndrr of Lot Ifeitatlon of what for want olt 55.
10 1'' f Il1lw 1101 J't, 111.au. IS LHD Inter better name can b* termed Now whit theie leglilaton
'
., 4pP .' F. t. b.. sera W. aide ot "th bureaucratic race track were trying to do li help parent
.
Ir.'l slut O. 7 ,.d.,.I ltd., 8. "
1 IIac"1 doctrine. educate their children.
0.& tI. J>. I .. 1 1 Bd.u Walker a Wife I. TI' :. "Iti 17' 10' W. 1181rt. *
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o
N. au POB W. There were Several thing
F oN .1. "I.. in ,
1 W. 10. "to 40 P William Helton a no rt, 8. 101 In wrong with this Insofar aa bureaucracy .

t.see 000 $1i; OB DB III.'" I IN' 2 Witt ,..-.... .... .. 11.01 Fl.. K. IIO Kt, N.IOI greater : I ii concerned.
Non, Kt to P. O.B o *
Comm. .t lIDO ofO II VIII Iarllo'l.ckaon, Et for a m.
OR ,
11 sti'AIs loV'iJl'to W \ of B14 4 \ LRB Vir ..... ....,..- TLIt admit b* Flrit of all the bureaucrati
"o' I. run SO' So would not be able to
their
to .! 01\ lota gel
Blk.
Lot 1, A.
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Walker' Wlf. JI't. to
U. 1'0 In 11 Edgar 1.ln. N. O. U' I. I, II ft 14 Blk.C. I than to : hand an this money, and tbe.

Comm. :IV etN. W. 10.1.15 P'0. lop 1, 7.: I ftIJ on the .: rmIIII" return It after they bad takena
II of ?I' $0' W. "AoNi Blk. l>. lop I, t he' a "piece" out of It. Secondly,

I Nil' 1 ruu N. I1phh..ta "1.. t. UIO Jl'1.. 1.S,1.101 munlal.oo. It would not levy a tax .. everybody
1 ftI
P Blk O. loll
!
tNjA C. IUI Fto to P.
: which would build
0. B. Al.o lot 11Midway Blk. U. lots I ap
f Ida A litw 1)74 thru T, II thruII Tb."'. the "handle" and thus give the
144 b 10.. P. 10$. JIIIp. Blk 1, lot. 1 bureaurraln bigger Sums to
0:1: 45. I'. ft 11, Blk. J., lots etui '
Nil II I I Doanna Paol 1011 1? Pilt ROr. I A II, Blk K, belt t play with Instead thh would

Comm. .4 NWO /0. OR 11. I'. lot. I thru 14. maker col- c. W. 14.do only help parents atruggllng to
Blk. L, lota .A put children through school
rue I./1'10'ln. .. 5 I' Am.. All.e Spar 11.1. lector do not fa through the
ants
10 Blk. M.
1101 no to POD 000It
where I
D..I" at lIDO ot trick betting window
'10
T 11,
1. I I.
II. 11' 't 10 NIL 1110 5ofIll4ofN f4&15,016. N, the bureaucrat. can fet i also Itt a dangerous proc-
Ft. O. IV W. W 1 run 2 e dent, because by this method
: Mosey labs Ac. "plec of the handle a* the
1'1.. N.0
4".1 t.
I Ft., 1J 105 .
I\ IO' W. rx 'bd'. OR 46. vi. tax before people would not only be permitted
.lO .ire VI, Pt.' S. 101 P. 147 LR8 B. H. "rmono IT 14 phrase goes
Tt.II' 1DR I to P. 0. L 0.berry Porker a the money la returned the I to spend their own rnon-

I It.l'lft D8 R. 'Jde X"notll Ih'pu' I OR $5. P. lit II I' Wife .... ..-.. ... ...I. Lots .t. A I,, I Mn.A .I.Blk .yOnk winning beltora. In other ey for their children education

101. P. 111 II 1 t 1 W lt. .'-." 1111 Comm. at awe et Aoroe Mubdv.OK words, when bureaucracy can II but they could also determine .
1110 1 0' SIC 4 nt 41, P. Ill LRB Bay Door Corp. IUILoll irab some of the money, gambling without governmental Interference
two rutsJ1ft.FtF
0.1t..t ; NWIr.nN.fot 11 11 A 10, I* legal When bureaucracy what schools they
t :110rh. Ft Blk. A. MollyOak wished their children to attend. I
JD. 1 W. golf Ruben n. Johnson A I I. shut out of the money,
40 Mlelapi lPk. Pte t. 1' 0. 15. Acr.a Buhdv. Ol.nn .Iohnaoa IIIWllll gambling Immoral o o
: LRBLota
Ill
DB 110, P.
OK ... P. 117 From the bureaucratlo standpoint
II I. 0..14 WII... a Wit. ..11Th l5 oFr
,, N. 2 D.r w. II ao,.. .t I, I 4, I A I, this would be most .n-
10 'In. 1$ '00roi' L5 ..m. time In certalugovernment
Mn.vyMk
Nil 4 of NW 4 Blk. democratic For should
why
N.' If r ', I0.
I... circle there hoe
Ft., N. 04.bet. p.\to Bold, I ( Itrj.d"LRI C Allcooa Illl people determine these quoa-
IS loll 10.soot. 011111. P. 'U II I I S Rosa Vlckero 545. OR been dilation to act up a program llona when thousands bureaucrat
W. Com" at NEe ..tNW Lots I, 4. I A .. to help higher education.ooo
54.., .. 4.P. 4. 1 ot Blk. O, Mo..IT need bigger Job*.
NE
o 11. DB Jam.. X. .". .... a w. 4 0 k Acr.. Buhdv. 000
run n. Pt.to Illlttl
UI. P IU II I If W/0. ......... -- un hlln, 10. 1751't. OR 44. P. IOI LRB John Fulford Now Sen. Abraham RiblcolT In addition such incisors

...,. at IE"rua S. to N. Hdof Lola II A H, Rlk. Conn., Rep. Clement ZablockI I, would keep bureaucracy from
W. 1111 P0.. N.IIS. ilrlrkyanf; Rd n, Mosey OakAorra Wn., and Rep. John Aihbrook laving hand in higher educa
J't.o N. 5TD.r. lid. W. 17. "10 Hubdv l> Frost Lumber Co. .. Ohio and other aought to tion.
Is mln, along acid Rd.. R 41, P. 141 LRBI -- Al evidenced by proposed
have Included In the tax reduction
... Ft., N. I :: N. to P. O. B. Curtl Iwo Jackson .I aorta 8 of red- clauses in the current so-called
w. Ill 1'1.N.. Itt. OR II. P. ItO If I' oral' Rd. in Lot bill a tax credit to pirentijnding civil rights bill permitting bureaucrat I
\ a Wlt .I ....-. ......,, TI 5B,11s / 1 Unknown 411
... ao Min. W. at NWI: etIIW 11. LRB children to college to withhold federal

Pt. N. IfsFt. 5 .r NIII 4 III acre. In Tot fund. from .Ia Ie.. how could
.. I Ito D.r. 55silts. I. DBis t
run tu "t. 10. 14, I.
JII. 055 Pt. N.I 'UO 1"4.. a. 105Pt. P. 111t. LRS 111 Norbert' rubs 111 14Ltater While th* parlous bllla differ bureaucrat control education

D.p. ao 11I1.. A. .. JO. no n., N. Ron at awe ot omewbal the Kenato finally union they could lay whit

sloe r.;: 'i :: III toVI.lp'i. 1110 Lot Tl, L. R. ... voted on the Rlblrolt bill whirl shall b* taught and by whom
0.01. Pt. R.. run N. II' If !G. would have permitted a mail- unless they control the fund.

f.Y'8. LB 1st P 0.f 1 1 II J.m". K. Poet" IOTO'I 0'Inl lot Lot..a a Ills port Y1IlP. 1114 rt. 8. 70- mum lax credit of IKS la 000 ,

I garland P. 15 DB II' 1C 1100 Kt. year, and ....lIow.. any eredlt The whole Idea b a aaatardry
.. ..
AU. to POB, a u
II
.1 ::r oft !a If I I II W.io .. .. 01." w. 111 rt., a ;IO: being take ky parent with ear threat to bureaucracy
.Ide .f 0104 0'IIWt. D'II. 1715 rt. m. isK.. in .'.., 14 N.t.a -..... tMrra4..t __
1_ u of Nwe ot NIItv N. II' If R Inn)
nor.o oft II 104eC run S. 200 Fl. ...., N. Tt* In'

::. I:: r..rr IOefO 101 10. 10'Pt., N.Ft.105Ft. to o w, B.111 OR rt li t*, P p.: ".'vl. Ih.11 Hom.. I Gone Are The I

I. IW ..tr. P. 0. 8. QR 'I, Floyd )lonllomtr). E. 171 LRBj Ino, .. ....... .. Illl Days

I \1 .,rJ.u: r 143 1II II 1 I Newton, 0.5W II44 P. .1.1711 75. E.I II I' AI -- 1211B.rln [ *No.It,t,Blk Lak A.Vl rnll..r


I 10500 00.,KWC. n..ruts II. 110 n. O. ofNWt7 P. I..i i>B lit I 1" 1 0. riannlianBXned till ';'1 ,.
0' Nil ,
I 1'110 1 0441Fb 4 run 1T.y q--
h.
IIld. of W. 101Ft. j i. I
to H. OONt'lo vf
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11to Y, 0..14 Iwwis WU... ..... .
pta+W.o ltd.554.7 Ne. ete. 051 II I' a Wlt ._.. 1111 .

"" tlo.. :c. SeY. Pools 475I Fl. 10. LAFF-A.DAY ,
OR II.P. lit \1 *1)4Comm. of NWt ot Nil 4 f ..
: 'toa. U It Luoloua Proctor. run I 10. Ft.. W.
hoe JI't., N. 105Ft.

;.'.of $1115Ft. W 4 0.0".P.1p.O. : OR Ft. Wlllle Roy Wllll.m.0I. .

rue JO, ..N...114p. ... U' II 1 I a Wlfe ............r ".11 1

10' n to Q.000 B..ln 1ft. Ft. E.a :
.. n. u' 10' Fto It .t .
I 4016dIjttla : : NWC 0' Nil 4 ,
r. t. rue O' let Pt.W

/ N. ': pd.. Modern H..", .. (.one 100 Fl.. N. LtFt
toi! Wt 715) E. 10& Ft.
P.o..11 .lrUoU.. _
11 1 1 t. P. 0, a ORII
From NWO rue I. P. 1Il II 1 1 Love Jo...... a WI?. /f SBoole .

N. U.. 10005. Ft.
40'10.1071.5 ,.t.ore. W, .t 1I1Ijt' run
n. ''t. 4.PP't P N ..
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T4.iep : N. U' U' I
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$00 W. u. Jl't4 g. 0n a r
Oet er.41ot1.0'OB 50.. U' W. Se Ft /
s. 151$ It.. C.
1. III Ii I 1 Cory X4w.NI. 550 tll.U JI't. to P. .

1 0). a. UK IS. P. The fln* art cf doc catching is not what it fuod ta bet The
I:: : tt" :: IS II I I U Cali.w R.bteeoe 1112Comm. modern dog I* an educated one," aayi Clarence C. rawtett ef the
bed.
.. 154 .".. a' MIlO Fnnna Pet Care Coater 'Vi hyt Because moat modern dog owner
10110. P. 1/S 1... of W. 4 .t IJQ Sof
their yciponsibtlitieai and their
rerocnlio own are training
1 Er. per 4314 Ii. JI. Ole a Nag! 5 run W. pets ,
P. ilL I' 1 CI..nU u<. 55. 30. "t. 5. 1'011, to be wetl-bf bared. For imtanre. a doa that ia walked daily wows

1 errs p.r. QR II, w 015 Ft. W. tend ta roam around the neighborhood. s pet who' taught to
P. 112. II 1 1 1 Rul.. 00. ISIS Its Ft. N. 210Pt,140I5F't.le heel i on a, loose leach, stand on command, woa't jump en people

aW 5 ot NW 1.oft unir* al other dog or thas after earn It Ten show your doc

.I, 1'. 145 15 1 S 40 Carma J e".. 1\.... au 1Cw r.tl.a UIfl.. P. II 1 1 1 a a ,P"? hew 1111 interest h*will b* happy to stay where you are and the. doc waro

SW den will be happy, too.
jet
Io a.lla a' NW.1 I '. ,' _. ___ ____ ._ _h ____ _
IIW S rue & IlePt. NW 4 II f NW 1

.". "1'.0, 1.U..101JI't. II.tll .: dirt 1410 L4Ut':..=: t

.11Pt.s.PO.ti. U' tnt to 300,5 11I.t O KLg Frw 2y.a.y 10..1966 LOANS

W OR 41. P. S1 II 1 { a .. p. laew 011stits / m"l.ro'i: MmY tldm Itr..a !r I''
w. Ito FI. 1. 355Pt.
"W.c. atI'
.118 .K or IW to ., II:. U' F' 1 told yon. the ccDo ii no plsee for your RESIDENTIAL FARM
run "W. T1 ,.... M. Ill p't, t. r.i .
tnmpolirt!t"
II )I. TS ,d.,..tow II:. 10a I. i ,.a o.R IS. P. It 11 I ,.,,_.. L Hili a wire 1110Comm. Lowest Closing Costs High Appraisals

I. 0.w.. pert .1 a Pelnt Good TermsCONVENTIONAL
t.o.stint LY 341. R..rt VLNa.ea whore Uhl StI rk.mIth I
.1 P. u' II 1 t 1 &.01. /s1 It. a Old
."11. R'". TIMBER.
Nee.1I FJLA.
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ID.1 o4NYr Iel.u ct no. ; I

do, I.' a Bowen.ter I Let Us You Harvest Your timber QuIck. Confidential and
;.yd l.u.l.e 15.yqs .f old Btara..mull Help Wisely Courteous Service
Rd. 110 00. ,
Contact Us Before You Sell I
,.
P.O e,10215 SFt
N. 1/I v0. SEE ALVIE WOLF AT
N.$05'P&9Ftw.11.
IC 55 JdL t. P II' glue T.. WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES I
0.8 CoIR II P 'U II I t .IID..I Corp. I II '

8rral141IPt.FW fNEC r .Pr0.L. 20 Pr o.r.: R..". Lao WIUlomo Florida Forest Products Inc. HARBIN WOLF Inc.
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S.OR40P.211 II" 4 a Wile 05$ ,

of aE 1 rue Comm. at Mile .t I 321 West
Crawford
w. i01 70. I. "It Call Street
W 4 II f Elre.P. James L Stewart QuIncy 8564494
B. l0. .r"n. 5n 1. Ft. W. Phone MAin
.. Ft. t e M. a Jehaay D.a II" II JI't.. No 35'I. or call or writ. 7-8737
VR 1.. P. U. II I 1 51.15R.eta .. P. III JI't. Of.sT .
Ifn : U' a "I Ft.1o I P. O. Box 305. Tallahassee. Flcu Ph. 2234)663) Your Business Will Be Appreciated

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CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. OLTNCT FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MAY Zl. 19B4 PACt WDY.TflRE


'FOR PALE': Bias .."..h..ld A. ftrr4.,naoe-l. lots of said, retting the probe tixl porwMrring .. Uw United Stale
r''I'' r 10.41 il.o, IU ,ngolli "''in 11 \h. invinly Judc nOUaiod.l
f CLASSIFIED ADS ONE STOP dltiln* luonia. r.frtfralr aol % 'lertiie' aiota all In good cendlI cfti in Hi. court houM of *>.IdCount' ri'lit lEY whl<'h IIt'f'd1'1'I1)1n1 orCleallillg Dilution inquiry Into the reported
lI"n.I Call Mr.. H$4.. flrlcklandII at gulncy, riorlda. within Ul- discovery of gold In California.
; or "". SLay :1. II It .
For All Your sin oalMidir monlk. from thtlm
The of late Since 1H49 has been
of lbs tint publication nIkl. 11f tPJ. ataying our preel- gold mined inline
I Volt HAlJt, -.!.Walk-la. 1110 1.1ttl.rI..I''o" MUM buns Two oopl.i of oa,1i'inlnn dent U not one of thone care In- Hate' m billion of It.

Fishing Needs neil. need ......*. Can bsar.oat 1 l '' 'The Storm" II W. J.f- Inc mid hush ll stoiC lb. place ntr.ildn I I. approval uf Ike lead
Family offlro judicial dictatorship dough named to a Jack
KORliREftf! ; FOR SALE I Lake Talquln RoadW. "onjll. Majr II. II It dra* 't.th mid. claimant put: and Shall ad- .yllUMMNIT and clwo. a*. with mayo bran than all gold

D. HinelL .. Robert Si. For deal of lmaidlt. **l. of lit sworn to by th. .,_"" baa Su>'h quealinn fur promoting ever found over the Rockle In19h3
Bedroom Concrete BlockHOUSE I hnuM on South Rob.rt lIh'ootwhl.h 00.01, or atloraiy and aooompeaby The Warren Commlaatan in- hrolrxrlKxiHIuin con be deposed( .
has a FlorMa Room throe 114 a fllln* f.* ot ono dollarand
"?,. RENTI On* turn b.droom bedroom*, two bath with ..how'dr. urh ilalai or demand not .0 vnrtigaling the MaasMiMimi 01I"rtAitl..nt of quickly by the Warren coctirt'sblock Today Ikol nueurt hearti In-
:bOtI tot IIIOO, on. Iwo bd on almoat a ttir. .... plot tiled shall bo void John t Kennedy imports magic formula vriilgator who, II past perform
>om aora for $zoo, t.r monlh call In p.r.on at II loath Ward Ixiul.n I, Strickland It filii y not i-ompHe" ill The entire chapter of the Kennedy ancc are equaled may reveal la

bath wIth acid pollhd kltohaa oak and flwn all .mod.UI. oak floor aibnio roof ABC for' prIe. wllk 10'I A. adntlnkitratrli of lla.KaI.I. .. work on the due for pmwibly 10 tragedy M recorded In (u. 10 yean that J Fitzgerald Kennedy

.r. MOnlne. T B. ntch II near San ins Club I.OtIT One small maim due, roaaod* ot Annie 0Por" d year hire Notary may be different wa killed by a tiger wills

lorxniboro, VIa, .PhoD HI ,. 15500 .whit\\era to with nan black!noine spoil -This an- First publication Way II, IMI That umtoilaixliiMe. with Provided any hietory contain hunting polar bear In the Evr-
HI 1.1111TON
list or FENCEINDUSTRIES .log haa eollar Anyone with III.fnrm.Uon May 14, II, II. Juna INOTKB ___ 41 Oilef Justice hail Warren dt-- mor than a slurring mention itI glideS of Kaniu I
.
BIND: Two b.dioom Call Lewis E. Porch eoncrnln ihl. dug FOR BID --- -- -- ,
I horn tl. bath, lIvIng i"('om, 1,1.l a... contact Ur.dy It,,'n.rl* at -- -- --

I I : \\.po: r<.b"I.: d.n. back lerwn.d yard on InI MAin 7-8770 ,,,10.i r Ohms larmnnu Murk.i Io/uill.- It .Ill lI-li IIoaIMl, 5r.Hoard ot bid.Ond.d.n of will t aunty b*Cosily rioelv.d Commit. ri'r'by I L Getting To Know You!

m For.it Dr. Phon. Mra. K H. u .
I Hlrkkland till 'r I4ij I NrL.A1MKDRftAlil$ : ; "l. up lo "UO AM., Til""
blip II. II It I hue I'n-s Itlllllor PrO ing Mn'I" ,I II:n. I. I'I4 on Ik* foil, 110. n.', 0 ill',1.1.1., lac' ."in. t,IIiI OP by th* ILiad anti
NO ,id' b1' 114* 1'10.. m.1 101",, .. 1 li i>ar 00 In ', ,.11..t ..h.oWrllo' ..u:":.. Mhyl, In Tank
FOR RENT FOR SALE or RENT -rvl.0 )11'", i.t' %".". ....111. 1\'.*.. toada and ItogICoi.
"IO'4, U Wrlilil 01Oiieoie. I'i". I,,, i,a"1 I load I'X"If'',
2-Bedroom HouseTelephone "1.. \t nil''n> mty .
MONEYDOWN ----- .- ----- -- ;Hi* nfd. : Ik* ( r.rI" ,>f tI
J Bedroom nnfurn-
Modem ,null Court, quftiry. )'I .'
Abed Apartmtnt Located InDuplei Id. _

at 7 IS W. Wuhlng MAin 7-S255 mmmmnm "l'" ''o oi a to b. qunl.d t on 0 I e
ton. WIthin walking dl '", ",":,. I h, .1111,111' 0 June .' 1000 I
ill I-",,o nun b. of <|".1' yriIlll a IAn
lance of _PI. ithool and by nor,
1,1 liMtrr than P'I.Ia"
i.r h44
church DO TrIP ('OWn? OP THE aim Road lttp.rlm.nl Hpoliltiiinni ,0,55 etOMmk temulUnl {.
I FOR BALK. Ooncrtt. HloikSlructur. I UP TO 36 MONTHSTO !I CIM'NTY; IMIH, OAimnKXIL.NTY ItE i i010Y Jones *; Laiikll Sttil Corp
I bfdroom.,
big
1I.lnsroom
Call Z7-71IL. during buMaew (' kTATh. 01' )FWKID" \11 I In Ii.) .r. to b* sent I" Ik. ,
hour, or 6:7-6294. afttr with flrrplae. .arparat dIning PAY .M>. nil ..lflo., "t Clerk of Circuit I ,nun "'hit Bride
eons Two ale c..nditlon.ra.P.oc.d Can't AffordThcr
NO IH H! OK riLINd PPTITIOS VI""",>. i"l'ulla and cloarlyM
( fun. In hack yard with workshop FOR "I'I. l>'It<'UAII\J1I1 : kd Mrilrd Bid"Th.
'.
Phone MAln *3S' aft.r, FREE ESTIMATES It RIIts: l AIM OK lOss, 0 r.. r\M th. rlhtn : on. thIng no motors
.
0 \r.pt wnokend. MAY >XICOB L UN, ,.|e. i .nv or all lil t*. .rht. can atTord-and that M
Into'' CALL d" .,..I, I 1\1\\1\1\ IIH It. (IJtHK
hAt LUATI TON lAI.b Hun. M.d. In, t* Ike puS a* far a* his
..., Hi'VHIi'nIh' I.'UI'N'I'Y I")M.
two apartm.nti. n.500.00. $90 Null u I. .b? ilvni hid kounrhnld
down Own.r will flni.nc no' bal. W. h..* fllid our find I rut 'II 11' HI1MIUM..HH: IIAINIUEUNI eqalpment i* COB
: *. Contact Wall I 627-8661 l\" ul". of (ha Hauls 0' :STY. K1XIHIPA torncil. Grandma mar tore had
$Phon blob -m'fllm. i Bay Via C'obun. .......d. Ihal *1)V!, M.y14_ and II, 1114_ It time ta tatter!' endleuly around

a. h... tiled cut petition f">r. IN PIIH CUtLflT nM'HT OK th*hnui,..scouring,pollnhlnRaernhMrr.
I dIsh butlon .nd for final dinch.ra.
Quincy. FlorIdaSHIRTS But
miHKXXISU: PICIAI. cut-' not todays yoangDomini
and thai on Jun. I. Ilk
I
FOR SALES i or ai loon I.ran *. ,all "I II'I' KliOKItlA IN AND : Ton manjoipyrirlusitles'Wail
Bedroom Houie. LowDown I j' I I h* heiird .': will ai>pl,>. u th* 'bolt li (io'hilty.O:A DSbBN COUNTY IN I for her outside the wall elaom
U Hon.,i.bl. II. Y KK\NOU ..
Payment Low *ouniv Juda of Oadndn (' MOTTlE: LKK UlCkKT
\ 0111\-
A flTk-anrl-tlm
Monthly '.,mfnt.. Financing ly. Florida for appro\al of roil .. Plalnllff from"Jones A :*>*I avrtI|
tanRhlln Otters
and 'or Ordre nO In
Already Arrmied. Norman rniurn an *-
\IR01U 1IICKKY, (Corporation the, bride (,1111
Irlbuilun and foe Final 1.1.
.
M MIU... 1011 Milnoil r.f.ndant
h.r.. .. Enseniora. ot Ih. Will eldfr-manrlwl a* w wII) ahouUchoo
FOR KENT Drive. U of Slay Flit c'"urn. ........d. OIJ1)CU roil 1III\'h'lO: CON8TRUC1IVH the Leit boqiwhnidancoa applt.

11 AprIl 32 1060.Itobnrl TO \IIIU1L IIUKEt ,furnhIurotoo1a.I.svaIto

MEXICO BEACH ...II Ooburn.$tnblrtsoaJohm Jr. Houl. No. I ahIa In M y tecKor .,. uss0ors.Ze.

I.... .... 1110 ft. ,... wale,'. ,,'., ,., :[. ,! M A..y".:.tii*..ut..r.* oburn of ,th.d.ctai.i Will .01 Albany MX", AKL, lorala IIKIIKRT NOTI. lalieeU, cant ilnif, but they eons repeat .nun.... Ant with the nou*" .Ife the,kitfhen pen la a-imarter where oflii .

ida' 0... 1 B..r_. Il.pi.n (7.1 An.. Linn IntEl Dial a complaint f"r dl- troper training they can ham to talk, provided yon nuke friend >,
(........ .,....1.. ............ FOR SAtE -- 1000 Font F.lrlln. llurn.). far Ux.cutor Our C hoo brim filed aaalii'l you Irst, If jou talk ta parakeet oftty. and emphatically, chamv tllat-anll-et\1TOII1t11l re*.
.,... ,.. ...... C. I I. lb. .bo.. 0111111.41 I'our" and hit : wilt{ pliant italnlnaa ateel .. the pec*
Mllrt. (00 t do..t irdan. ryl Slick Apr I*. May" f. 14 II It ire ivnnna to hat you say be quirkr. xpcrti at the
....... .... I you ara hr.by r.qulr.4. I* cocoa tech mat.rI.lf.U.. nila.
........ b* IN lllh IIHCII1' ( 'I'R'l' a ''I'Y 0' Ollr o. ulluor I nt r lay parakeet are a. wnillive to peopletniilral .
Will" r..l for *4I>..0 per ...... lo..n.r Phon. ItT-ISut i'K ) .n..r Infi and servIngutsnatis,counter Itl..a i
( .11 .",. T-MM .t MAI ,. May II, 1 TilE VhCUMI JIMOIAI rill- Plmdln In lb.u'n,plaint U Ida ie.lur. n they are to voice, A child'' gentle offer of top (,talnlwuTa *here at
a emu
0000. i .QUlno"j; I:I IT. IN AND fR UAUSUtNI : pl.lnllfra aliurn.y, lx M Jclin.on ir.I teed. riii-fully plictj In. hli cup during a eonveriatlon will ,
and I- .. around router edgea, t*>
FOR aALIC Coneral NTY FIXIRII'A.IN III : Ua.liiniton 'lr U n much l In. Mini ..h friendly relation with 'hI'ttI. A.Iilrd
''Rang.. lund condltlun Only IHANCkHV: NO I.IIIMOHICIIS gun, y. .riorlda and fll. lbs puti. ]>rvnt eommrnm.taj4-bpWo5
130. Writ I onard Tbomp..n. PANTSLAUNDERED HIIMM t'OSltTltIC. iiilain.l' of laid .niww or pl.aini ,.. food like I'urma Parakeet bead I. npwi.llihnlgncd. / tnl en clothn), fr.th.r al Uni
I 111 N. W. IT T.rrac O.ln..vUI. THIN COM PA NT, a honda In Ih. .011.,. of lbs Clark I'RUra the trakcet giU all the important Yllammi and piuUm* .....U own and kltrhem flnka.'
FlorIda May" 14, It It corporatIon o( lbs akov court o* tor .'or. hat ho Det;,;..
VACATION AT I'lalntlff. the Ilk day *f Jun. A D. III.1 Non-poron* atalalea wankeat
'OR 5ALH 1I.lIlor.'I. I X I Ii ".. or a d.cr. pro cent.... ...11b.* \< n In a july, won't
''ItO (4-band) ,hoetoavsracelvor.LIk. FLUFF DRYREPAIRS' KLiVAT1Ti 'OLJ.lSII. CI,1OINIIEhi : cohered .1I.ln'l '011. Mite, gr.ae.diniorhoelarI.'i:1
MEXICO BEACHI i nnw. Plu.n.v.roi radio IOI.I.INM, mil (UMllihNOt 1'i'SK AMI ounenKD: : inQuln it reUlnl 1U glow ind.flnluly.
monnais. Writ. Pox "p". sofO.daden I 'NTY WAN HKUMLK, ISL. i Oadndi-n County, llorlda.ilili Infarhim
:, touniy Tinina, t! >raethebride'IMWnone
k
a liurlda corporation d.y of May. A. U 1114. -
.... ..,
I A..I. '.1. I.r.ndanl" UKAI.I gtiarolnir italnle tl

.... .... .... ... and NOTICE OK Oil ITTHR KdwIa': RaurI'rk iarmonlte with the eeler
HIA1K INVISIBLE BEREAVING > ALTERATIONSMORROW I'I'W"'H':I COI.IJN* and LUX Oadnit.n County Florida SOLITAIRE THE DO-IT. ward tequ.n". they riy' he :Modern furniture of Il,htwajgbiatainleta
...
AIR COODITIO\ED: ; tear DId Min COUJNII: Hy i/lxiuil H. Hanr. DC moved Hn, from
ALL make hole, cut, ly one layout pile i *hru a off bump aai
,
rod a. h.r.b ftOlIIl.d Ibata Slay 6. 14, II, II 01 YOURSELF CARD GAME
*4 pAl TELEVIIIOtr. burn. dliappiar from dam- bit I boo ..... brov.bl ....1".1 to another. Thua, wh.n 5 bai* ,i penning, u.v.e neila pollahlnc.Jlathroont .
you" In the Circuit Court. d..I.. NllTII OK SAI.hJ Want to b. Ui. r.t In your growl hiihir la m.*t the diK.nd> ,; eablniU, ahelvM an*
I 1 HM I-i ted garment and fabric don County, Florida, In l'han or,. TO WHOM IT MAT tXINCERNYou : neighborhood to tame a asa .,on. log *Kii.nce ot layout pll*, Ih* 'towtl Sara of atalnlea are MJieeiilljr -
ar* h.raby nollfi.d th.t
Siva tour damned |ir- DRIVE IN Ir Modern, lion... Con.iruttlua ,ha tailumlng motor v.hirl.i lit! atari Just ahufTlo to.th.r two carda from the layout can b* ; practical *t-am and

ALL HEAR WTKRr mint by hiving thorn invlalbly CLEANERSHOMES Company Tou are h.r.hy riqulr.d! to h.vroliti, I door, $.,1.1 No. landird derki of cirdi and you'r* built on Ih* bM In ripld INCI I I i iceialon PlIldohel| have no eorredlax effeeten

W.._ ., M..lk >.rv. upon VUlfi.darn. of 1 KltAUOIII will b. loll at pubIk toady for "Oclopua," in intriguIng I italnln ateel a* tkekav*
rcwovcn. Fair priced C.roerNaara.&Cramta,4 tha law firm of irvin; "-."nln.- a.l. at II* oiloik on lbs Bolitilre. The balance of the paik I I. ,i iplieotl 01& 1oIII.olequattIMta1.. "
.... ....r..tl..* ....* and prompt i.rvlcc. Mill ton Yarn plaintiff ..Horn.y Jrd d..,, of Inc Jun, Illl. al la.l.rhi'uor. Tobeilnlfame .t-.f.1 r.1 f- face down on lbs t.hli.
who.. .. giilnoy Klorl.uTh.
aid
I. Noon orflr
Df 4S-llt blake WS-4I4B Audrey Reive. (OS Yet I -! this III? Talla ... honda. proe Ml. *f th. .la will h* ot Oclapui l.UU C.tdi ar* dull from It, on* by
:: ; ippiiod 10 Iho .f tho r*. one. Into a face-up dlacard pll .
tt King fiU QuIncy, lli. Ph. a copy ol' your t ... dut..... parmOll' *
10 th* complaInt In .Id salt on ,oat *f riklni, aIring and Oslo mv* the r Any of th... cards can b* built'
627-7132. U or b.for th. 1.1 day of Jun., of old motor vohicla I .nd Ih. viol light aces r.Of on hue or placed ,In d.weiuU
IIM .nd Ih. orlalnil of ..aidwiltt.n of puhlltatlon ot satinS rf I.I.
from th loll Oequenra on a I.you I pile,
I.nd liron I. ihe .lIat."tlon .,
: I It i4"JL3: I1 ibm d.rrn.r tlwk* of lull sail b.'naN.I fll.dwild I lbs hal.... duo .nd.r Iha non- double park. [).' ''' provldtd th.t th.y *laa follow

.1 purpox of nail .ult la to I tract ,,"Itt.. II Whli, Itout I Arrantethem CJUlV lull. Kverytlnt the uppormoit
T:. .,,. a moniia h.ld I by Hoi lot rhMtahomih, florid In .; r'I.--.IIi\; \ card of the dlarard pll* Ii played
FOR SALE Ih. pl.lntirr and th* linearlyPr.r.n'dedai.ltiaI lov.rlne th. Ilii.nUna of aaldmolur pair point 4 WIn Ih* one btraith It bcomti rold,
MALE la ....,rlb.d v.hM Any .urplui will outward for II...
a followaiI I. paid I. 'ou, end you will cial .
'
WANTED I KingsberryGreenwood : inniriR* at th. Koiithw.it .. labia toe any balasod roo from th* ...nl.' of an Imailniryaquar Wh nevcr ill lb. cards of 'Ttorir Cart tot Swtittn"
HELP 1952 Willys Sedan r*,>rn.r of ih. Mouihx.t gu.ri.r ...,nln. unpaid uadrr ".1' 'oa. *, Re* diagram They form'I j layout pil* in (one, the lop cird.

Scwerif Plant Operator ""--' lj /:11: ..r II- ,. No.lh.... ci.e... IranAkWICIATIM. bawi on which cards are te be of Iso dIscard pile I ii used to Knlli and woolens n* be .otrurr ..

Train.. Rebuilt i NKJI: of $;.,; ...n.-T..n I.In. l'IIICOCNTI1iltI'liltAtlON built up In lull ta king; they are All the .". .. Kowivcr. one a and **plnc t* m frah

Blab 8 kool Graduate of(III flange, Townmhlp Thr.Two III Oil W..t North and, lOT. N. II ""' '''nl.1 alto the tenlaclaa ot the oetopua. card till bn built on s bate InkIng mean both Urn tail

IS to 44. ih. run Ie..t oiovg Ih. qoot.e loll North Moor atrtlallahaj. lUiuffle th big pack and dial It linnet be brouM bock to the effort! on your part.
$199. : and ...11011 II". T..o Jlundrod Sla.tyfoile ..*. Florida It four pack.li ef four cords i.ch layout 04UM discard pi.. Blmklarly The ollowtng tlpa wU work alrnMt .

Apply in Penoa IISOi foot 10 Iha peinlat "|N TIlE<(llIT hip' TIllS <'<>l'NTT They ere pliced face upward at card front the layout c.". like magi on yomr iwaaklwardrol

CITY VTILITT DEPT. I. 856-5453 .1I Sunset Acres beinolng 0' .n' ,.... ..aldpolni JUDO*. OAIMIIIKN I IKKTT the earner of th* oquiro. They not be lurad to the dlKailpile )*. bleat. every rwe te

North Adam Strctt .1 lel.hl Clol hralnnlmig fol. .h.ron.. North Ka.l mil, STATE OF H/UIUI ere ilinlwt ta lurm with lao three months, chock: .ver pools

Tw.. ilandrad "'"I.rour IZitI On'.. in otliion.Th.M After you deal Uirouih the *w>.ter drawer. A thoteugli
ESTATE 01A. II. IIINWIN.d.iMM.d.
I CLARK PLEMMONS 0..,. th.no Houlk Klihly 110 four pckti repr.tent paik turn II fiee down and g* mk-or Will ipul lbs *.... thai

WANTED PotIlUon .i CoinLiodc.Io.Id.rly Phone MAIn T 6SII $r..l, ihonii \\'..( TV* Haalrndiityt..ar NOTf OP1 riUNI! PMTITIUNFOH Ih* "layout1* Their top cirdi, through It ...In. ThIs cm be done have "_n bttr day*.* Mitt afore *-
lad" Phen. of Uti, trot to point FINAL IHrtCIIAKUK: showing fare up can be built he.. tlmi in aIL II you build you dlxard any eldaver.
bramnlna, .0n'.I"" .
11
hale ill a... .me. or io.i' unc NUTIOH h... I. h..b, .''Y." Ihrlbull.m ., upon the bawi whenever th* ,all baMi up le bingo within that It.. tnimhr there are preveit
-- --- ma elii.d oar fI..1 r.lurn. '
Wiineao mF hand .. Clock and oa 3Com utor 0' Ih. x.1. .r A. proper ..r'" appar. For eaample, I lain., you ve won your t"'ll.nd' for watr revival.Fof
Ih. anal or said I..urt In ", uln. .. IIII'I"/N.' dncaaaad. Ih" *1hay. the two of ....,.* may be plared tomplvte rnteo for Octopu u-.4 rood bnuhlnff will pl.l t
Help Wanted! oy April. riorl 1114a * rta. and ,th* I IIhr. thirty attiC Solitaire ....... wilt rt( imoota out hulk

I LEONMOBILE ( >>l, of louH) and for final dlthai*.. .. of ba...* en Ih* I...... In I oath oR-bl Ram** *. Idle Y..r. I on'n: thin hrlitled twos,

TV SERVICE I HWUN HAIR .sod thai .'s Jun...n. $000. .r. a.10l5 this ..." tOts neat toed of the 1 Demon, The Frog and The Fir I* a "muit'" for boot .1oa1t

SALESMENMEN O.rr.ks 0 aun.m All I IM .... HOMES l.rk of ih* Circuit Court kurd.h.r.'tot'w* will .pply I mm* Ik oa. 110"h. layout pile U made ."llIlbl..or I are Included I* a new paperback, 1.514. "Airing" iwtatet al toll
..!. r-ee By ./ liouili. S. li.ur r.hl. $'. Y 1I.nold..Ulll' play Each build mutt follow lull 'How .. Win al ohtalr." by tin I* another gwid Idia-te:

MACK'S RADIO k .1 Iilei S.rvlc Apr II )Ia li.putjr, T. II Clerk, II 41 Juda of n.dxl. county, FI I In upward aqunce. IU.aeditaliow Walter 5. QI..... IDoublediy, lake tway any Ilor...p odors,
or WOMENHANDICAPPED I Ida far approval .r sold eMs I Iiand cull la do... I IM4 $133)| Al Oa thli chock each en*
IN TIiltOilt'VI? t'fIt'H'l' "I far ." Ord.r of 1'I.trll"II... you ,
TV SERVICE New Moon. Virlelle. TIlE HK.ryM, niUAI. (OIK .nd too' 1"1".1 "I"'h.r.. ao 0... kndtr limo arm,aetUng too soiled
,64 1:... ..."..... Cirdn.r, Concor. Stewiri. I-I IT OK FI/lrtlPA IN AND U'o' of ih* Will ., A. II. HIM IHM aiM.A nd take tke Dm 1 owl
Nice cI... Used Triibr Kill OAnHUlLN COlNTT: IN aos 41......." te MW I* nU-penitraat ibUldiin
orRETIRED I ("IIAS'IC" MAY II "...
r ind 10Wide lbs frh
depot
NO I- TUB gl'IMT 0TATB HANK
PERSONS I IIIMVORCie ri...ulor !. SPEAK.ING'OFCARDS'< Now Z'lrJ' to eomx
W. ride for furniture er GLORIA ANN : dAIU'NKH I.INK: hint iweaUnlIf

GIVEN EVERY nothing el valueWe ItUMCIIKPlalatlff. ATTOHNKTH Pilot leX,<'t'TORor.rin.tir. ,,,,,',, eantenplatlar with
v. --
CONSIDERATIONCALL FH1GIDAIRE H... KOOL ItAL AIHHRT NOON? ROarorIV -'iTJI'lC lipYillo'lAli'IIiS ing thnv "thUk**(.,.. Washing
L10.ndaai. 50tH Umli to mat material. lbs
)Ouli'a I. ...,.b, ., Iholpni.ua
gin.
TUB: NoblE OK Taos kit 1
cUanlng dry
u. S. 10 M mil weal .1 prorce
.
HTATIJ UK KURU, I ( a Sinai Li.' 'a. "C
I Tilquia Inn.TllBaae T.": Alb.rt Monny Ru.ro.who. .. ., d.i.d ik* ink dan lUinlng.
ZENITH .. ,..I".n.* la ankunwaTm ..I May 1144 .nd ..ni.r.4ifiaaoory ,in Wild II\OfI.J'It ImprevtiMRt
627.6648 Flerid ara ".,.br ...Utl.. that nu* Nn I.... la H:* you CIA now da dry chanting'
i a sail for dlvorco .... ..... filed I1r.." ('"u" of llad.d.n U*.."., ((.Nri.//, (. coin *p,raUd iu.
till Weal T._... *aln.t I*. ab.vs I,. Florid. In ."......" wk... TU*VlUa'DiTln.Ing .
QUINCY I tyld eoyrl tutJI.I.::: Aaa Stoat 1* <.ITI7...."* HANK THI'aTWMHANr fhinea.
fluid trine** .iw4 U ilisnianathines
'
SERVICE a kanklnf .rpous.
*
Phone 121 lilt .o yns *r* k.r.ky Co.
r'o I* file wllk Ik* tl.rk of.a14 tlB I. plalnllff .ltd BUT IIHMHIU I bu yea threW la a*
I Niiirl your wrltt.n data.. JUIINiKiN, JH. I. ..r.n..,,', many a* twenty *...kr. at a

If any, to lbs Bill of CrnnplalalI ,whIsk.... .1..1 LIrro. ad yarn'. lime ind you can )tI' l lit. any
., ,. ,'
Id I .uliur Id I* ..r.. a r.u.cdod la lbs"
FOR.SALE Sltvrort Younf/i ': .p..I Il-T.if on flr.aory an) IIr"., Book It, l.... 41 .' i It 5.Ioeoeed., Hue, black and whit
|'NU|II.| Hrd..r u.dol.n Cly. .. .1.14. alngle load, without fear
WELL DRILLING T"til.*, ".rn.,. fur th. ,1.1..1 "
HOUSES lift born, wkM iddr..* U 14' Yioolda. I will *(f.r f 00' aal If aolnr I running. (IncliUntally,
West Wi.hlnalnn IItr..., gulnor and Mil i* tk. klahMl amid k*.1 .nu .../,'' kave to remev arts
featuring a Complete ri"rid*, vn or b'fur Ik. II kldd.r al publli ...1.. fur sac', lhl.ldi beforehand.
TOn $At.I r.m., Une el Dmln Pump tor Oay af Slay". 1551 .1.r.l. tall at Ik. loch fr.nl door ofHadMl. l,.. )
eld brick I :..1"m.I ham onII I Home er Irrigation. ant tr a Iwr. Fro Conf... .* Cuaiy lull Hi.".. laIk One mere tugfeitlaai-6,641
lot In Havana lit dow, CAPITAL PEST CONTROL will 1 k.inI.,.4 *,*ln.l yin I* Lily of '4uln,'", Florid *( sill this bt drycuanlagpre
plus elo.lni KHA Oon,.ntlo.._. sail ...It. lila., uVlrk A M on Ih* ddy ind arm.guard precaution, riplratloa .
loan avallabl. fbona Ul-I4.... P0.0 Ctrel ,....... TERRYROSAHARDWARE loolug: AND OKDKItrD: hi of Jun., "... ik* toili.wliI' odes may anttla hi w p* ,|
It bail,. > Klri4 lIla Had day 4Mrlk4 lad In Ik. < sly it
.
Co..1 Pal and CO. .f Ainl. ALi 10... |"iacy, u..... i 05511. Fields, aria' en* er t.e weariegs. 0*
FOR .AI.B lll" (Champion ._... .... ...... '1'1'1.: .. descrIbed m **id Fin.I Oat/.. Ilv* Uuwe aeealeri "ale haters
Tr.dawlad II ky I* foot two 1421 South Monroe SLTallaaaeaee K.... :\ Hour .>f "*'*''...r.. .....at, cLoc Ij taring th.m ..ltill. ,...It Mlrldual .
...droo.. kou..trll.r ;..* .,.tcondition. Call TallabuaM. FT*. Florid ( 'link f'"..It C.url bicilMACI
H.t.onablr irkd iladeds, ..nly. riorldaMy lAs a:... .,.. w Jt k.. l
.17...... It COLLECT 111 HOT 101PloaUla ./ Umaia B. ii..., 0 f ...... inurMri tk* a., i ;

run IAL.HI bedroom ooltal HOME KITE JIM4JJ Apr 1*, Mr f, II, II IIIN aid. of l..,. atrM and rIS.m9 1
.
...... Dock .t*... alon* Ik. Mel ki.4
en Talquln TilE: 'I'NT' JllxlKiHI'HT .
of
HI-ITU U a Jaiknii Strait Ill
r.rri.rator and I "..k -. OFFICE I' (' IN AMI bilk UAU
fool U .... tl .
aolnl atOll
Rardq. UindlnaM Ala T-111*. I CUctrkU I'KN ntMTI, rUilOUA.XO. '
Fljtlvroft .
u.r II. H. i.r.a4. II 4t fill 'la'. and Ittm cold *" 'o> >< 'fk'gCA4T'
boll salbIrs. BMIH .* tolham.o
uppllea. Pipe and rUltacja
I III; tf 1'.1..f .

Water Heeler TU ".rd. Ito r .,..RI.....4NOTICk at. VtOOtWAHD Hint u KM(..III. CII.foal*..*Ik.WarS 0 I

CM aad Oil H....,* ) TO CREDITOR III hat I. ike ewlai ., k*' "

Panama City Beach Collage All erdltr.f lbs Ihnai of. f::|*4 ikl U lay of ".", l.44CIMfUIT u EV[ FOrWEr YtXJfcE A LAWYER ? '
11:A It I. H. WOOOWAHK. d
.... ( rt T **..L, AFTER ALL ITS ONLY BRICXJE' *
.
ROCCOPIPE ... .. ar* k r ..lr 4 14 fit* **, dams OfI "' .,
b Ct'.1
Okari
I..i...".. whIch ..., may k*>. 0...... Cei.iy. rUrtd
i..i..t said MIU la lbs offM
Right on the Gulf J ik* tMly Jd5n In a.4 fco Is
& SUPPLY CO. J....* < u"*ty, ri..n4*. i* She 5507545 "'" ri&ii7jl.
44 TEAM or SERVICE I".MII M*..M al ".....,. >'l.rl.... YlONfl'A IrAYII'TEI
tubas Ma _.t'. Itmm Ut* I. tk* Cooe. *f lb. .. lfl0,
conpltttlr furnished T* ThIs Ar.. IM .f lao firrt pikHratioa *fiki 104... ,, ylip'
00"e."t
:
Away from highway a.tlLath noun *r ... M4. I*
PHONE 122-1117 man* .o.t M !. wrltlni aol I. ,.. p 0 ii* of Is,

7 plus Iniemt't btd til. Illl L M..... flreotTALLAHAJICZ. ...I ..a.. Ik* *!*.. aad PadS IIUC (IKK) MtMKAtr, ', .
linen sleeps .
.. .....
except 4'k.s and Mt flk *44r*** of tMo. ,
TLOKIDAHAOI& ik. ......... pod .*.t k. delyoi T. Alt Crdltri sad Foes..
both all amu*.m mt.. $85 per week 1- ,w.e. t. 'r Ii .101_ kkal. I. Hanoi Clauo ..' .>*.a_ I u4 t 'I
near er his *n"r..y, *r u wmIMMM .*...( Sail &..al.t
eoll Sad Pail aM rdl Y.. aid sock .< y .K *r* k*.*.
cut rate May and Septem le law by a4ind o4 rkUk .. I.'" ... .4 tI0.'o .i
during tecaon Uiud: Ul. fit e.y .( April 0ms .., ...... aid 4.maadl ,,
aid 1 y*.. .c *..... .f r_ ma, ) )1
bern Call Mitchell Drew for reservation. r 14Ulllae W. Ora***. .>*r.Ulau bono .*..... lbs .M.I. of JM* '
TV IEJlYlcr: of KMat ., Pearl m. 09.) M< Mly, ....i4, tei* ,
WM4wr4 .M...... .t MM UMRiy, ... Ik* C oil
a.*4tf.. .*) AN HOaiKHT JACK4UM J.4. of (dslod.sn'.- !_ ,
...- sad ...... mm...., fr P;._,m tt K.UI Ida. al bin . LOTS .*.**. WhlCSUU if *>**rl "' ...... Io4. in** w MM ("*'r a* 9:;i rurtd $ rc
r. a aw* littvxr. wiibH ill* ** *4wMilk.
BRICK HOMESCOMPLETELY r.... ...!. 1.1V00SUSDATS ...' b. rurld "' frnm '* t* .f it. '
rira4 pnaiioam10m Ar' l *. ipso rtrat f......tl.. ..' '. :5 .
1 _Ape. 00. My t II. :$ OlPSvrP.E 7.. a.... ., iamb laI''' 00 Ic' I aa4Mia.
FINISHED .1.04 need ... ia 0',"AM, lad, COlNMIN-Dr.
Years .!*.* a T* OM .1C* TO CRrprrtii5 .a.M *K>V. lbs pla** *4' fMdm "I l I ThoU far** of Leafranck.
$46.39 per Month 25 ._ 00.00 1.00... rUMCDA "TAIlTa* aid p.ai ./ ... *d4rM* ., Ik*' /1, ".1. board a TWAMantreea
Trade f. ta. (.*Mt .. Ik. 4>**ir ....... lad atoll .. .5.10 50
In :
Accept Old Home t:' ""'" c.-,. raw.... kr tOo **.lm *(. Me O*.*(. eel' H I* New Tot
Bathrooms. ., po4 iapaaI.sl by .. ..... I* NlgerU for awe
ALSO- New Etcheni. ,.' .... ad UUf too tl ..s bOIse and math I year* e( few. Corp duty
Repair VITAMIN AND "uJlla A. rcmt: ...... me da.d IIOt4 11 lalill
Addldons D---. _'1 lie ..... I txxa '.. Dr. sad Mrs. fayweare
HEALTH fOOO IUVKCp 1. AU 4>*dtt*re aid r.._. rITU au.. C. YSILITIIOUIIPAST II tAtfO VIUOMtl IMtlMMCMV UvM Preen*** JlWIa UM eMeet _pie ever -

100% FINANCING M Dtot4tUaltfe H.aI.I. 43.1005 or -t-o.. KkruatwfMW left) a4 Pro***.* Oeaaal Abdet Ifaaaw I..gn..1 by Ik eorpe. Tae ....-
[ ... .
.
Said
Jto4. ,
re1 I 'n and aatk at poo a.. 1.,.. (A.'TA D4.'."" ..'''#' ad Ha. Ba.lal I are** UtUe t4Tp e (krhi *kjrk hus jroutk reD, *4lUdMaw a .*...S retired tou...protenor.will .

Se Model Home at 805 West Washington SL Mate *s.da'j Krave* Owe*, 7' isiifia4 sad ranokod 10 of 1.._ Ilbi, .. .0&1 I Ilossanod 1 ha C.lrv VA It The ftewkrl preaaler ttmatmtti Wort ehetnietry 4t4 kMwtf

Flo. ItS W. Ktafl ... ..... TJ-7U2 oat asy aloasa acid d.inasl.0kb taraer pta to howl the River /..... a4 eaD4 for le.M will koch OMtlMiBatte
627-6552. ilncy. ,_ .51k.. ., II
or Phone ..O .....r. Uoe -..,00 Aa.ao mae P1.0. .say$4.ll.IiJoa4 paalfr64kos Sir 1 1H4I K I *>al e< aa JnoS.4s aaiUUry bails to Ik MlaWto Cart: *f.*. while UUM4 I* Afrta




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RACE TwENTY FOUR OAD-WN COUNT TIMES. CnNPT. FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY St 1W4
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: DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT BASEMENT SALE!





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.1 DOUBLE SHEETS Assorted L. SHEETING

PIECE GOODS PIECE GOODS
: .
tt Fins 81 Quality.x 90. .. $100 A Fail Colon, Outstanding auortment Inluidoui P w.ar Quality... and for 9 8
Famous Typ.112.Feather. + Chambray. Prints cojori.Values .YARDS strength. C
>h I to$1.00 p.r yard.

4 YARDS98c 3 YARDS $100BOYS'

C''
Pillows TOWELS


Enjoy rtal.lttp 4C8k !20x40Pastels and Stripes
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8;
comfort.Full.!H. 8 T
STm*' BARK: AND
$1.00 Value. FOR 8Sc
SAIL CLOTH
SPORT SHIRTS lfl
/ Excellent for Draperiesand
I ,
.
slip covers.FLORAL
..' A real y aI u..
11ddI CottonTRAINING IDa ton per sanforized.Tapered cent cot. $1 S9 DESIGNS CHENILLE
'
PANTSAbsorbent Body M &fe
to fit. C&Kf YARD BED SPREADS
/
,Xnlt Ribbed Cuff
) ; .
Shrunk. No

6 PAIR $100 Value and,limply For-dry. $288


r'a 1''' UMBRELLAS LINGERIE


LADIES 10 lUb*. Urn Look. Ladle*' Cotton Slip, wide eyelet Mm, CHILDRDTS
$1.99 kadew pantL SU 32 to 48.
Aeeerted Colon Value to 11.29.
DRESSES

Spring and Summer
MlecUon to choo
Drees StyletValuettoS9l
4 LADIES In solid and plaid., checks

HALF SLIPS Birdseye $148 LADIES' Flf"L. many oth.r combinations.

JfQW$499 E,....r.....Dacon and Cottom DIAPERS PANTIES
All Sis.w 14 $3.99 288
DOZEN
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1 88 TO 2 88 ID a wink. Satin,
I Cool SummerDRESSES 27 x 21 Slaw WhII.QuanUU. lalli S.s$

;\ 14$5.99 488


Ladle.'Jamaica Type BOXEROSSHORTS RACK
11 5.99 TO 8.99 POLO 14 $199

SHORTS $$1.00 Cotton Twt1l.D.nfm.
and Stripe. SUe.2.1

I BLOUSES $1.00 $1.00 $ .

MEN'S AND BOYS'
I ALL MILLINERY

SPECIALLY PRICED Bermuda Shorts

i Value to $199 WESTERN JEANS Big Chief Denim. SUe.2 to 12

$3 and$. Top Value at,13 point tt Os.olltralD.Denim.reinforced 2 PAIR BOYS' $2.49

Regular and Slims,SUe.(to It.
Boys'Dungarees BRIEFS
$222
NOW $1.99 SUes. 2.
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i BOYS'IVY LEAGUE SHOES

Dress Styles Black.
; LEISURE SLACKSI Red.WhIt.Bone.
i Value to$4.99.
: for Smart Appearance, MI..'.Sport MEN'S UNIFORM MEN UNIFORM MEN'S WORKSHOES
; Tailored Supreme Comfort.
SHIRTSTapered PANTS $4.88
I SHIRTS
Tailored for long Wear Casuals.
i Tailored for clI.tom.m. ... 1.2 Khaki.Wear .
Long TallAorted Short S1. like leather.Fully Value to$S 99.SPECIAL
f SanforUed. and Color Sli FIrst Qua!!7. cut Washable for comfort. and Casuals
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Value to$1)3NOW
SUe.I to II $149 Value Talon Zipper. Black.White.BoDe
Stx..9 to 12
Values to $191

$2.49 $188 $188 $255 $488 $2.88



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