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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 28, 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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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE

VOLUME H NO 22
._FLORIDA_:mil_ THURSDAY. MAY M. 1 --- -- ----



I Summerford Defeats Clint Accreditation GCH Receives Graduation Exercises Set For June 2






Bassett For Tax Collector on For The May Gndsdcn SI One received County Year notice Hospital that, At Quincy And Greensboro SchoolsGreensboro


it had received a one year ic
Continuing the pattern set In .. ---- credllatton by the Joint Commli-
the first primary, W. A. "Bill" sin on Accreditation of IU..pllali. ..
Munroe Heads according to Thomas B. Reed, the
Summerford a new. comer to hmpltal. administrator. Tills resulted Quincy High

Gadnnrn politics, defeated Clint from an Inspection nn I

Bus*!!, the Incumbent and oldest Blood ProgramOf March It by Dr. John IL Irvin ol Commencement Class Night
the Commission. ,
man in the courthouse In line of I
service 3039 to 2653 In the primary i Ii Dr Irwin liwpMed the hew '
election held Tuesday. I Red CrossThe pita) for tll'8lll1nNakoqII.11 la Sermon May 31 This Evening

There are 134 absentee ballots to vilifies and personnel hrt pro e essl'
be counted but according to the appointment of WllllsmBradley tendon plans and drills mass
Supervisor of Registration, those Munroo" as Ga deli casualty plans and drills, SI well Class Night Is Set Baccalaureate Set l

tallies cannot materially aJlect County Blbod Program chalmia as the records of patient csre For Monday Evening At 8 P. M.
Sunday
the outcome has been announced by Ivti I The surveyor reviews the WOI k
Summerford Scsdmn, chairman of the Gads. of the medical staff through 'its At 8 O'Clock. June 1 In School Auditorium
In
was high" nun den County Red Cross Chapter stall minutes the minutes of Ihe
eight of the county IS precincts Other committee chairmen are staff committees and the mmllralrecords Graduation exercises are scheduled Tonight the Quincy High\ School
rolling up a commanding vole In an. follows: donor rccruitmen to ascertain whether the for Greensboro High seniors will present the annual
the two Quincy I precincts :and theGreensboro i chairman R. L Massey; donor recruitment medical staff Is assuming respuniblllty -, 'M'hool' at I o'clock Tuettday even colorful CUM Night beginning at
precinct, while Bas- nK'halrman. R. C.: for the medical. car 01'' ing June 1 In the acbml auditorium I o'Nock. In the Khml auditorium.
alt was high man In the big' Mills: public Information chairman each and every patient In the with 29 semen receiving<< Kd: BrnRdon class president,
ChattalxNxhc precinct and the Jack SII1I'kIRl1llIOIun...ir hospital. Th* applications of the their diplomat tacrslaureat and. Alice Gay: clans vice prest
Havana precinct i chairman Mrs. Robert Gardner; medical staff ant aim reviewedas services will be this Sunday May dent, will Introrincit all the sen
In the' first primary which was blood program aide chairman. well as the minutes of the 31 at 8:10: pm. data Night bus Inn followed by the seniors sinn"
held on May 8, Mr. Summrrford t Mrs.. Richard Gardner. board of directors and the hots. been planned for 8 o'clock Monday tog There. a Place For Hi
received a total of J786 votes 10 1'- !Miss katbkw. Jemleos;; The first mobile unit for the pltal by-laws. evening, Jute t, (.Somewhere," Cans gnng
2434 for Mr. Bassett. The 776 I The commencement The CUss History will be read
drawing of blood will be In Qulncy The JCAII Is composed of repvsenlatlvet prngram
votes that went to E. L. Suber on G'Boro Siudeni on FrIday. June 25th at the from the America i will open with the senior clanaprofessiimal hy Eddie Taylor and the senior
May 4 apparently were pretty well American Legion llome. College of Physicians, American lest by two junior JKAV CAROL UtOltV members of Inn Gle dub willthen
ITKWAKT MeRAR HINHONQulney
divided! between the two. College of Summons America class Nwxir stuilrnts, Wanda present "Mnglo\ Moments."
In unofficial returns Gsdsde Judged State "There Is never-ending teed Medical Assodabon,, and the Rowan and Russell Revels. Hl,k Mm Qulnry Hlh "to+antMalulslnriM Kay Ailniii will read the Oast
'for blood and to this alntlrtnrla
meet
County went heavily for Mayor need American Hospital Association all/ The/ Rev Herbert Shepherd will -- -- -- Will followed by the selections
'I'YI'ry
Haydon Burns, of Jacksonville adult should be given the jf whom art medical dm'turs except live the lnvoi"Uon, after which Tie Me To Your Apron dtrinnAttain"
lie received a total of 4482 votes Essay Winner opportunity; able.to donate blond Ifphy.lt'ally for three of the seven mem the .salutalorinn Mildred Edwards :; hy the Hoys' Pnuhle I QuarW
for the Democratic gubernatorial Anyone desiring her from AHA.It will speak on the sub- and "Daybreak" 'by the Girls'
nomination while Mayor Robert Miss Kathleen Jemlson, k 10 he help meet and the blond needs of I wu established on Deem J Injured sick
the
lJnllUih of MiamI. received only Greensboro through Spn-lal the Junior The Class Prophecy will be
High School Junior Red Cross Blond Program should her 31, 1\151. to provide greater muMe by given
1221 votes. Mayor Burns rcceiv has .....selected slat winner of contact the Red Cms opiwrtunlty for the conrdiiwlliinf Uxirus will follow Mildreds talk hy Uremia Thomas followed by
ed an overwhelming: majority over the third annual Elks AmericanIsm Scadron stated.JWC office efforts by hospital and medical Sera Marcus will deliver the I senior member of tlw Quincy
the Stale I and will face Charles essay contest conducted by groups for the improvement of valedictory sddress enlllled !High School Band presenting
Ilolley the Republican nominee In Tallahassee Lode No. \ 37. The institutional medical and health ''OIIIlIl'I01' All." "Dixieland Band."

the General Election:: in November title of Kathleen easy Is "The Asks For services The devtlupment of this The commencement speaker The climax of Oar Night will
Communistic Threat To Our joint program was stimulated sod will be Thorns! J. Appleyard bit the piwenlabon of the senior I
rWtlAOBtoa- nmfonHnff' London R. American Heritage. nfluenred by the constructive has- Itinerant Service Supervisor of 1 ire. tohmat sls.weerr class "Who's Who" member by
Johnson fur;; PMidntoo- The 18-year-old' student was presented Books MoneyThe pital standanilzafrn program con- Uw Fkirlda Slats Employment:; +*. Robert Lodu .
Democratic ticket, who went unopposed In assembly Monday mornIng dueled for :33 years by the Anier- Service In Tallahasi Ills address f CUM Night will conclude with
received 1300 votes In a check for $500 by John C Quincy Junior W ;lI1an'. lean College' of Surgeons. The "An Umploye:: Expects," cite senior* singing their farewell I
the unofficial count. Sample, chairman of the Amen Club, after many hundreds 01 overall, form and objective of will be followed by special muaia slit, '1,... lint at UrsduaUun."
Elliott: Roosevelt, of Miami received icanism Committee. hours of painting pounding andante that program unique throuihoul by the Junior Chorus. NAll'A1.Al'NRATE' :
604 tallies In the county Kathleen the daughter of Mr. thumbs I* finally nearing lilt world has been tilt founda- American Legion award will 1 J The coninieniwment even will
for Democratic National Commit and Mrs. Frank Jemison of completion of the Children's Read lion Upon which tIM JCAII con-, he made and sflwil awards will bs. dcllveml by Uw Rev, I:. Nash

Iceman, with James Jimmy James Greensboro,, la very active In log Room at the library. This unites to aid:' development ofImproved be presented to class members fhllput Siiivlny evening In the .
second with 455 and Richard D school ..Ualrs.It. project) has proved to be much rare In bniuilali.I I by C II. Rlchamsun' schml pore aihool suditoniun.
Barker third with 362 votes. of her follows lengthier and much more ex clpiil. E.:; II. )tletilirr chairman The service will open at t l '
copy essay : : ul Ihllll"lik.rd.l will distribute oVkxk with this
Jll'1II1than wa originally an Woman'sBoard processional ful
For Democratic National Committeewoman
Jr.
The ComrminJ.llo ThntT del paled. diplomas to the member of the used hy Uw invoontlm by the
Baker
Annette received Our Anmlran senior class. Rev Thetas! G. (!kiln.
1018 votes; Ann M. Cram, Communism Is HerlUt Therefore, the Junior find 1 1neceaory ll; Holds The benediction will be given uu_ __ The Ul.... tub will sing "A
tr, 641; Nancy W. Evans 388 and not just another to solicit funds to finish, by the Kev. Jack Crukwtloo
Velvingtoii and Prayer which will
Catherine C. McCall received 740 political party. It Is a complex the project and to purchase books MIIDREdEDWARI)4: IAKMlrt MARLIN
votes in the unofficial count. organization composed ol the most and furnishings. The Children's Planning DayThe conctuded tli* graduation exercises will b* baa and cruel theories ever to be with the recvssldnal dUe I......trl..rt.. luiglngUft Thin Eye4k"After
Summer Reading ProgramJun.
On the Republican ticket coin- developed. begins Executive Board of The senior _- th* commencement **r>
;. tywide candidates for delegate IS and the club need to, Qulnry Junior Woman's dub held Mrs. Marco Sht'pllnl'III serve nun the benedlcuun will be d..
with no preference! for president! In Modern the Communism was born have It ready by then. cis Planning Day Friday. Mar 22a as pianists and u.herIUI be Sam McMillan Next Classes A! livered by the Rv. John Dywatet'
received a total ol five Votes, twisted mind of Karl Marx, ""So WI... sending letters I .t the Woman; Club \ Ulsabelh Sober, Marl Alday. and the seniors will walk out to
while those preferring Barry Cold- who laid the foundations ot Cum the kind and generous merchantsand Mrs. Don 'Brown prml&nt. hobby Smith and Robert dark. Heads Livestock the renMalonnl muaU;, .'W.,
water received 211. William C munlxm. Marx called the core of are now hopefully appealingo : presided. Each department chairman The baccalaureate service Sun : School March ot Uw iTwsls."
f Cramer was high man for Repu Us CommuniKtlc theory. the thesisanUthesissynlhesls. the kind and generous public;' and officer discussed her day evening will begin with the Association Lively UHAIIUA110N
bean National Committeeman This theory a spokesman for the club said. plans fur the coming club year' pruceuiunal ot the senior CUMSllw JI\lhlyr..lr: aunlon will rscrtv
running up a total of 44 tallies stated that a certain economicclass Please send donations of money l\1 0i-l es. The club vpr for nex Invocation will be given by Sum B. McMillan was electwpresldi Begin June 15 these diptmna at Quincy tUgliSclxx4
1 while Albert Roberta received (or thesis) control society or children's books to Mrs. WU: Tar will b* *roinifcuiy Scrvc Uw JU-v. IteiMvu 1)o1l1111W1 follow- t U Uw. West FtortiUvealrak : : 1 Tu s r only eight. Frances C Salmon ol including such things as standards lam Montague, 908 Dogwood I *. Our Chalk'nge." linns for *d by 1f'ClalI11W11e presented' by : Aasmlatlisi toil wool I SuiniiK7 f laiwes !begin Jour 11 school auditorium. Th Mlb annual
doubled Helene M. Morns for Republican living, means! of production, and Utica (027-d080) or Mrs. Don, work on the Florida Federation (Umllminl .s rage Two) Other ofAivr nanwrt fur II a al Lively Tn hnli<.I School In Taj gnutuallon ,Kenra.. I National Committeewoman -; political leanings. An opposingclass of Woman dubs IV begtn I ,'clock.I .
Brown, .ue N. Calhoun St. (427 fouls were earning ...r.lh'l: peed. : e.
., receiving it votes to 10 (antithesis) fights tor power 486). A call to either of the made. 'Mt. denrMurray IIpnot..rf.....o rls_. Tlw rurrtrullim lit lli ctmnwnoemvnl ceremonywill
for V Moms seeking\ with to replace former standards above Junior will bring them A delicious covered dish luncheon Pleasant unrrSloan Baker aril .......: luik.i business cixirae. aradetnMihjecla ', oaten with Uw traditional pro

J. Love Hutchinson slated Wednesday 10 the Marxist their own. According running was served.Corry tal'Julin RuaaHl' Dlmtunfor I I Imlustrlal and 1 tothnlcanducallun. ) oesskmal of the II'fIII'4' class Ml
morning that 114 absen- the two dam theory, the belt of Revival SotA .wuJlllIId{ Uiree-yesr Mare nip ( >n emerge synthesis
In tee the ballots county remain canvass to be which counted will u the dominate power then the Zone Ordinance PromotedAt revival will he held at lilt, Uoyd Dr.L.Ralph Rhorlen Porter of freilahas.ew Don May: special' summer found tor CM: r r
struggle Is repealed' Mi. Pleasant. Church nf Christ Eastern Star
constantly.
be held Thursday morning at I Sloan Baker leg /haind students Include typ-
Wlnlnn Edward Jr.
Marx said this struggle was good Gordon M.C. May 2 th through June Tin.Th .
o'clock) in the county commission Public: Hearing and John iuusell. riling, ARC shorthand, and
because Mt.
It resulted *
In Pleasant
gradual Church nf
meeting room of the courtboune. regress for society. Communism, William W. Curry the emsMr. n I Christ I on Highway near the Plans were made AIT nexyesr ,tepid rraillnvIti Has[ Inspection
aim said that James
Hutchinson
he asserted Is the final 1 and per- Held MondayA and Mn. J. K. Cnrry of Quirt Mt. Pleasant Community. '. tat Cattle Show As Kale 'gulail J)' >' hnlulnd claaae In-
of Milton In the
I: Johnson was
tint synthesis, In that II would belassleu. public c),ka'rn"e ptnmofed to the The revival will begin at I pm. A new procedure' will be Introduced Iww history, fjigliili; and mathematlcs -
county U a deputy appointed by hearing on the qJI'Idon -
inhi ...k|<<1k ( the
first Class In the 110
Godless, and without of each day and Him. Sunday In HuaUwu WuialionlypewrlUiig : Friday Night
the Secretary of Stale and visited government. The earth' wealth amending the Zoning Ordnance ROTC unit al Cordon Military, (GraM Uianiptoi and Reserve I ;
Evangelist Wallace
most ol the county precincts of the Dry of Quincy for Korncfsy boiilM would to all the College, RarnesvUle, Ca. Jwmpion slnrrs. Instead of being Washington Chapter Nfl.
5 belong people and the from Raletgh Norfli CiroJimt ,
the day and thesupervisor's of removing the off
during Tuesday purpose
office each would receive In proportion street Rank In the Cadet Corps at will b* doing Uw preaching In named llw IWrd day of the 'counting, offlc maihlnn Gregg Order of the Eastern Star Jt&oIdI./ .
Tuesday parking requirement washeld
on ,
tiiiiht II* will be on hand Thursday (CoiMlntHxt oa Page Tao) by the dry Commission Monday Gordon I. achieved by academic this revival. Evangelist Kirnrgay show piss u will In be the designalMl past VIOl trw tham-. shorthand both begliinlng and ad- omrial Inspection Friday night
SOT
and military progress of Uw tovtdual Is a former resident of this "*y It
are Ala shorthMtd t
to observe the county canvas night at Qty tlall. vlUll'tlltl. Mennarrlpt of -
and In order allow
day to
cadet and I Ie now traveling In several' moreople business Engltah, mint, and The officers and member Mthe
before making Us report Griffin Visits A delegatta feint the New be the
Philadelphia Presbyterian Church A Junior college. with a prep, ilia... as an vangelist. an) he Is lo present at aearoon. tiffs, pratHi' are rape In dial chapter entertained
I department, Gordon wa hassled 1 also doing rrUufcn work In the tw fletl of InlimlrUI sVikmUnn; their special guest with a three)
Sara M. Love At N. Y. Fair appeared requesting that the ordinance Mine banquet at Kitt ed's Slam
ia 1812 and is an Honor School, RaMgh. North Carolina are*. are auto nwclwnki, aviation merhanka o
not be
I It. A. Grlffln. owner of Griffin modal their church changed but asked to arconv that with a Senior ROTC unit operated 1 Evangelist Kormeay will b* Saddlo Club To drafting .kvtrMty, ... savant al ':'0. Attending UMbanquet
On Stetson Fine the I under the Department ot the Army happy to one all hit frUnds at th* inMca. and rahlnefmaklnc. Rev were Eastern Mar mem
njmltur church be
Company in Quincy given sufficient I Her from Ttllahaa. ***. Havana
revival and dan .... 1.1"
I and
left last week' for New York City time to comply wim the law. They rogram. everyone cordially Sponsor Rodeo push pa .. CrawfuroVUI' Martamw
Invited .
to attend.Rainbow
Arts CommitteeA to attend a Phllco Dealer. Distributor xplalned i that they hive MID- I; mt 1IYuly culture I and eello, Tampa and .II=)
Convention/ which started bent spue for ample parking al Dogs Cats Must Two perlomunre of a western praiikal nursing are aim acrw U pl rs.ImnwduMy.
Fin Arts Committee to by r-xleo. will be duleitThe
Friday May 22. the site of their new rhurch but Girls type ipnnsareil by following Uw ban
plans for development of t Fine Mr. Grimm will be a guest of would not be financially able topay. Be InnoculatedPublic the c..t..... KexUI Club .t I ** c'ta-a are available fnrIndlvtikMl the meeting was held at
Arts Center at Stetson University Phllco at the New York World the lot by the time the church Install Officers rink Saturday evening and atJO who wash to ImproveIhemaHve I riet In th* M.armlo Tempi
has .been set up by the Univer Fair u the result of winning a Ie completed and ready fur occupancy. Safety Dlreclor J. W 2. /Sunday aftem '*i *l there ki their pr.'fIJo" Mr* '
sity's Development Council. Mr*. sale contest during the month of 11.1. Issued a warning this week Th Installation/ servile inr' the on Highway tu west ot at develop addllliml skill r'I Maine of VY.ahuigtteOepl.thit.

G. Dekle Taylor of Jacksonville April. He went by Eastern Air The Commissioners referred the that all lots and cat* In trw dry Order of Runtime Girt. Wash.Ingtun uiny hey may bevnm employable, orla 4.1. ......Iooft, Mr*.
a Stetson trustee, has been named Wes from Tallahassee to Atlana group ki the Zoning Hoard of Ad. m\llll be tnmrulated and tagged Assembly 'held Ditch rider will compel with complete work Mir high nnrilpksna. MM Lloyvelsp Grand Cur..

chairman. where he boarded a chartered jstroent, expressing the feeling by June 1. The rabies' snot may Appointed by Mrs. Taylor to jot for New York. lie returned to that that body would live them ,* obtained from any veterinarianand 'etnpte.. promised lof all altentttng. A* Lively Technical S.ht.4 la t nnrvla, acting a* Deputy itt
her committee are the following: Quincy Tuesday evening. Urn to comply with Uw law then a tag must be secured Mth Mia Phyllis Spears wu (?. A spokesman for the club said part <* Uw Leon County PuhllcHrhoola Mrs. AiWI* Robertson, the Worthy
From Deland: Mrs. D. C. Hull A committee from the Chamber city office. 1 stallH M Worthy Advlsnr II* thI'rt.11I be ample staling no tuition I* chantedFlurkia Grist Matron, ws* /MradunKl
Mrs.; Hugh West Miss Nancy of Commerce with Manager Fred Due or cat lounl roaming aVlarg "Installing officers were Mr*. Lena spa<. Its everyew. rwldml 1'11I rr&ilnUMI and wdonnwd. Lee Bowl, Worth -
Loring, and Mia Katherine K.Davis. r- J one* u spokesman Inrjisred Into annul the street ot Quincy Uioade*, IneuUlInc Worthy Ad- The Gadarlen 1MB Cub member I and supply lee toe ttw eightweak Grant l-almn of Dw Grant
rtM. the possibility of changing the Will be Impounded and tf not redeemed vtour; Mrs LOVM Cdwrn Mother I had at1llllwrIuI1/ weekend au,,",.' SMakn I* Ill 60. Chapter of Florida w4 Inlnxluced
From Jacksonville Mrs. John (Jl Advtsnn Miss Barbara ... rkvwe erect. welcomed.tnfrorkictksw.
.E'a rdlnanc to exempt the one blot'k by the owners after It* en. alienrhng horse shows Hay meet Monday Oirouchrrklay
D. Fox. Mrs. A. B. Ooniey Mrs. on Jefferson Street between Jack- legal period of tune are abject Owplalnl Mia Carolyn Rue Evening cuuw* lest in of *U Past Grand
R. G. Skinner, Mrs. John Comm 1tUtIrW" kit and CaIMun !gtrwtfl aa thai II be deal my ed, said Mr. llau KhwKlea, R. oroVn MIM Kay I Barbara Davtriwn\ acre s l/nphy I two Mghl a week, either Moaleynd Matrons, Past Grand ,.........
Mrs. William Hall, and Mrs. Del- ...mj-nt.ion.; ;; In Ihe bark Mains Marshall; and MJU Mari In Weiietn Ilievmanahl ami 4'thpUr Wediiraiwy or Tuesday andInursibiy Orand OflWTft, past Grand OtO.i .
bridge Cibhs. I could be rented wills.tail lyn William.iI1aI\. In Open Plewur Salunaiy! bun 1 to in t m. All ......, Grand (Chmmltte Memhetj,
I From Tamps: Mrs. S. B. : having eventually la supply otistreetparUng. Summertime ..Other officer* Installed were. Iheus algid to 1arilsied Ala. :rlaaaes are apposed /by .Ih* Male. gnarl 1.1.,...."" Past Grand lailruiKn .
Fortes and Russell lUckea. While rockets are being built to *** ram Utupns Worthy A* Trot'phw and rtbhnns wer Drpartnawl ut IxkraUnn aunt anlaualrt Paat Ma...... and Put
Water SafetyIs "law Advisor Kay tiMeift. wai by other fnemhrrs fundeyaftemnai by rertilMl. mnn1nrt Psinm, Malmn* and palnns,
Others are: Mrs. James N-. reeds Into tilt heaven, to the
I Milo Smith dry soiling and In Calm, (: Carh
men Palm Beach: Mfrs Frank W. moon and beyond In an effort to Chanty Cunt Bowman llnpe. ; a. rUV with butli. work ant Ivwhlng *i- and guest wer* matle and ew.liesienled
planning consultant, vas pod, Stressed Man ; Fnmi* lest and trnftff ere bulkhngpnM peflenr bl heir sperMuwd fleliL! a enrlnl ..11._
Brown. Orange Park Miss Sara detect of the
: est. the height na- Lmee k'Nury
and made short talk In favor
a i tut "
Bowman IhtII' etant
Mrs. ; JaUH, RsBftai trophy 1 Vltrknal Infonnanon may benhUimrl A momMit of silent prayer was
May Love Jr Qulnry Palmetto: Mr.Mrs. .J.and P. dismal debt we are bullring snips I of keeping the oft street psrUng In summertime America takes, Anew tuber Nalurej &.. to ,. s.an>d *l he end ef the tnxn Uw trfttnl, Live.Tdtvana herd M llw memory of Uarsnr
Hartle ; to probe that oVpOvrUoently
NeU Garnsnn. 8nttIat ors. 'requirement In the ordinance to to the water IVnw pmU,* last nt. King. Immortalily) Kdm: ye r.Fast, 1c1lo., 'Tallahasseet.laprte .1 rearward Juhs ai, a Cecil Grand
..... Luther Hoooes, tnaur the future orderly grawtfcot bIocowftlnC M um imi te hark.1 Wood, pairiMMm; gh+u Rawl 232 a3OS. Warden of the Most. roe are
and Mrs. E. Ceorg Rogers *U. of lilt tsovtary of oumuerce, dw Qty. He explained that ,.,..* u an movie surf and ftilVknim lervtre C ran Wall Conr>V Drivers .. .. Aneepuvl Masw of WorsnipftJ
ti.plrs. .woks bottle ef champejiw ever I the ferang Board d MjuXmat ....... OmmuNtyponl W Owetven nt Jackie AratAa Vnwi Lorlg of Florida, who pas*.
lilt prow of one sucb $1 mlllioDOW. could always b* ipproadwd rl > an] *wU- dull eotnumber CMr Unctor.Kireshnwnt. Dr. Roddick In *4 wy My 17th.

Turner Attends I II ties to hardship CUM.Fotlowlng treiitsti.e.ndng duns. Beau hauled were amwt Inv Given Warning Mr. ...... and Mr*. Slvn
Saa. Holes db not company the May 11 amendment behind tw tuntty car its 1IIoIOdI ely loUmrtn the eervlcottwonians Now QuartersDr. wen preaisnM with glru and
hi* wife to Jarksonvtll lur toevert. en Ant reeding of an ordtnanr a "eunrnps HghtSinjf ':: Frfkwlng an off he cuff to. (t'MrfkMMl
I I e* rag Tw
State MeetingDr. )
lie backed out when he that would hove Irgauxed and ....anc .r* among Hiehetthaet titanic at the Montey sJght meetIng UllUni K. Rhrk npmedtn
Charles C Turner Quincy sew she wa taking an uses hotue. palm ere on the ground noon ofMkkncs of start and ahnoM Hear : of 1M dry CummkMin. ChMJ. > to 1II.'h' uttk-m Tue.M ymornlno
ptomelrW.. Is attending the annual Old Lute was uatftg his bead wtthta the city DmIM ofgulnry 'be kept that war say If. R D. 1 W lushes ws .InatnjfiM to per : *ne story bnrknxlure At the Thoatres
Florida Optometrie Ancto-| by not being ...,.. tw Cummkwkes Man- Bbrkwetd ef the CadwleejCounty Book Reviewed rlraw and special attenfkvi blen.nei .M grated si in* r>irner
tee meetings at Jacksonvuw on The sew ship will ml be completed day ajght red the amended Vet-( Stealth Uepamnent U* M the Burmsh llrKhtslamlK ,'< Wnin >-t and Uis fun-i, This Week
:28th and 2 lk to the George with sprriaJurd grr fur ef Uw prrifMed entmaAr* and f.."_....'. drawmnf rlaim .JOO Nee* Dee. CJI It Tre*a*ei", <* Qtss y. ,I.. Make set U tile ruwfliI are
May fcashmgton Hotel. ,I reaearrk and tackle te sport swiry a rod'" call vole wa takes a bye* aomaOy to the Untied Dale*. a Uafc *r Joksj .......,, was I Chief lure. e..... Tuewiayl I I..,..,.. I fiat -naIIl'aI.'tItr<< >* lortw

attention tt the** we-- ftshing nulSep ener. Know ** tw. far and two acatat to r..drd. fwunmtng pal rthnt. K*.* reviewed b rruhk INggl..s 1& marring Dwt he he ice ssaind I lIr. >.LC..* mww lilt man r, cumt.nc w*.k Irk "FUfht
Makv lilt new Mar- the Xtreanograpber"1 she r eneI Comtnwstoner G. 0. Cm berme a geese petite-en tlh. Ike Stead., weet5g. et ... hi* pticnnrn to euiy wHh|from hi* sill entire M>.....,. Sun*j nASA "" Yulllrwner
Inca will center on two brtog halt to Jackeon-rtue. ---c..W- A pad seestaooi and MMIMSLwdlng s.1 weary KM H. CUsj .. U* them .to that arnica OWU fn/t" tinning U (Nary b* has ocniDMll awl Klrhard Waknartfhuraikiy.
tar Mart WiwlenSr.< Rared Adra. Anokt IWo' move was thsa Bad Insl (w to M wrthwtry of n* Jefters** liner... Mr.tfcJ2"TJ HIa1..1 nwJU aSst spMtftng silt *>4 belutormled. Ih* lamer tide *M baser *l Dw Featured Frtlay. and
Drvetoped at + .. Coast and Geodetic I.... dan b* take. .>> and voted Aaer" PtotU"\ Health Aaanrietkn. ... .ge. deb.. sad *Tlwr* are tin many wow ef Weshinglr. and JacksusiStreeUi &Munky wiLL b* "The Terror,"
Cahb1ua1M tostruenant. record Surrey tald tw kv n..rem i pus at a SUM Hexnc wh**) all Cs.etc.dtr4 II. tanmauleal sheeted M wake tb. rur.l.w r! ........., efcW smiM anal aUM starring Borw Karluft paw *!>*.
*y* preswjr*tr*---. .sow 1a SMKIMaW WVlaW VsjtW**, aetso. war. p.w.t ... es. d aihdw.s. naontacaa wA et a .... I ftat ores it town who ./* M .-.. It." PUytn lunday end
and IS wpected to y aid tarty wII 1..d r a ........ inset Re' a... 0I a em.b ApsNitb > tw wet hard suriar arwad *Loa Meee freesvslab tauter of kesnf ko.y hurt n FORESTRY REPORT Miesfay will be "** Day Iq
dugnosU ot gwueanw. a ,a* a study *f the Ooff ..... ; ..i inab M pvp.l lase the .>r* *< Dw pnu 1. where eUc ee n. ..... e.I Myt ailed by detours who line I May," Manto* Kurt Lancaal**
Wet canes of bBadnr sow know ** CMtrf Water Wall __ M clue Wsedns Ir and fait M have awry ........ .... vtetteU*) a4 the 1 a* fiepect tor lilt is*. W* ass The Oxk.Mit Cuuvy Fonetry and Ava Gardner. "InvuJoii <<<4auremm"
between ttw U S. and Cub*. sot Inn Oaf Nahsra pedtw.rr Jsanpks a e.tac Me e.i.lknw $..., ..... Tby Sate lee gong to alow '*!'CI onw.. font Wvk ....e'. im saris On.hueMng 18 arheduleit htTueaikiy
Jane A. Clark TheaHUnrsI. Adat gay why the:5 &srs d aWve wRS wa lit OC needed tpntt faUl ear. PerUfDr, xa... CMW......; Wit tnt ae," M4 Ortef Mime on* ane to the pant week.Numtvr and ...........,. fate
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H'lmtlfii' Met .Wert 'knfce* lessee and rrerVd stojTM.:Praetia Darle, Cew** of W'.*M dew em* Janwry -,Onn ....tnI&ht party will lecture
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To lift huteaaJe etudy of--:1 Pearr Berreft <* fee aurMlee Flaring pads wMws ran** sr DMWM sad .... t1Iff.. ON DEAirs"l4STMM I of Ihu pest .Me M lo Khumtng 'Taraavm la Spac" begmnlnsal

Goes I pre isbly k4 to pins on a .....1|tarsi firm of Barrett IMtftt and|iwney ..) snvrr burs ire .14. ..: tile Qdlary hub will a*" t>nM Dd Spires. kM N.' U.i are..,. hankergeese ef' II W.Al .
Jane Abe CUrk of QM T. ..* Ml* ,study kvarad retsil SKMB,Bwte* ef TaOeJiesaeev ..* preavSMM trade --. tJMmrw rn>siahntM FWNtMIe Est s+.s M_ ta.e4 M *ven.. ef III nee Use, Are ,..." K 'M SMMMae Ihe lllO Drlve-U Frtrlay an1
tees amrieal h' *<*nsMon toTrft : *f ht UU erawny fultcy.ri J j 1- ..... praeaees.a. .. Caaaaal.; be wiirtaed wits ktximejui try at IX. Jeff_ &-. A ........ irurr.tn ant tw yer *#> Side H. kttnvmt Ra.sr fay win be "By* By*
CbOeg H Foray*. G-. nr i The dUfemir to Ihw smtert ...11 w.k amenl Bane *UM* tarthfimpiwed ...'.l aid eVctrkt *ptiuajre*I tieskese sappoI clR 1..alypJ RM see*) 0prov4 for Its !.Iou. U' J .rre*. j IUrt> aumnc SAris Vandyk*
b all gorWf hPtI-g ."... 21 ,eat tt kMve Wart ef ttw higait aw sty W. Thry steed to and tbwf the .4 Vf ausrte.es sad IVMMU I I Randall ki the Qt7' are Nin I and Janet Ulgh. Playing\ tun.day. .
She wig mast m faaury 1:em* and not a ,tats since Y+ wet Mu.e4 iced ...... at Lpukah. rods, s .aaS5dgaol rlaJto! b*.* .f rH: rwler is ...1 I Mir tViesMl k nw ....,.,I[ past seven 4ei* awrafid .1, -40 Pound of Troubleeurrkw /
Her asTnttor> water, toad sky er aajr [IanItIa hit N deW soaa isLI' tenuld lie .. duty *l sH H gImsy rf Mr* MM Pesrt Dldse sots U ItaMdaw. J| IU I) sod DMUoutty Teoy Curd: and ...*
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TWO CADSDEN COUNT TTMF. CUINCY, FLORIDA." III:PRAY, MAY ... 1961 i
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I I Stewart MrRae Hinson, valedictorian sota Public Safety Committee revealed American government. Instead of'Greensboro
Mrs. Armstrong Is the eon of Mr and that 80 per cent of vie June Eating's Best Outdoors t Essay Winner :can pledging flag thla allegiance group to has the their Amen owapledge. High

Mrs. J, E Hinson. Jean Carol time were nonswlmmers. Another '
I Presents : Crouch! salutatorian, Is the daughter study ot 100 policy holders uf (Continued From Fag. One) I pledge myself to rally the (OmliMund Preen Page One)
Pupils of Mr and Mrs. W. T. Crouch a large Insurance company showed / -
the Soviet Union
dufend ,
to Ford Larkin. The bucri-
Mrs
The 1984 class roll IsEllen that about halt of the drown- to his needs and give in proportion :masses social- "
i the land of victorious laureate sermon entitled, \ M
Kay Adams Richard Omdwlck legs were among occupants of
to Us ability.
In Piano Recital Ashley' Jr, Frank Sloan Baker, rowboats. Small motorboat accidents 4 c Marx taught that In order to Ism. I pledge myself to and remainat firm Shall I Do With My Life," will

III, Rosemary A. Banks, Larry' accounted for 18 of the 100 r ta hasten the Inevitable progress,' ,defender all times ot the a vigilant Leninist line of be delivered by UM Rev. David
Edward Barber, Brtgitla Regula I deaths, canoes were Involved In w the workers must band together Love -
Mrs LaVetra Armstrong pre'tented Blctenholz, Homer Jefferson Bowman .I the same number, and kayaks and under the leadership of the Comiruntst the party, the only line. that Insure After an interlude of spcual
her piano students In a boats the triumph Soviet Power music by Mrs Larkin, the bum-
collapsible canvas accounted
Joseph Edward Bowman, party and obey the Party'sInstntctions SSk
piano recital May 23 at the Quin. KfKinald Alexander Bradley, Pa for 4 each. Sailboat mishaps since the leaders are in the United diction will\ be given by the Rm>.
Woman's
cy dub. trlcta Ann Brandon Angela!! De-I were responsible for the least extremely Intelligent and well These agents! constitute a grave Eugene Moore The service via
The program wee mont en lores Brook, Uisha Benjamin number of drownlngs probably versed In the laws of revolution threat to our national security t terminate with the recesslonar ut
joyable, and showed much time In Bruce, Jr., Janice Carol Cantey, I because their sailors were adequately force and violence would be regrettable fhey form a tiny minority yet the senior class. ,
preparation. At the conclusion anodal Dannie Hill Clark Barbara Jean' trained and observed proper but necessary since the their influence cannot be measure| Serving as ushers will be Margaret
hour was enjoyed. Serv eu Colvin, Cynthia Marian Cox precautions. present government of any coonS ed by numbers alone. These Par- Dean, Marjorie Dean, Bobby
log retrethments were Mary Mar, Prances Gall Cox, Patti Sue try would not hand over controlof ty agents thrive on friction of any Smith and Robert Clark.
tha Massey and Mary Jean Craig, Wanda Sue Cross, Marcus the banks, transportation, communication kind and seek to undermine our Senior class officer are: president .
Mynard. I Keith DauEhtry, Anita Carole .Easter Star and Industrial facili confidence in our country.We Sara Marcus, vice pre&l-

Those taking part were Linda Davis, Gary Ronald Edwards, ties Any available weapon wouldbe the American people, must dent- Vann Bryant, secretary
and Nancy Baur, Pat Edwards Sylvlan Jo-Ann Edwards; Harriet I (Continued From Page One) used, murder, thief, propagan- realize the Incredible difference Wanda Butler, and treasured.
Call Thompson, Julie Bales, Robert Louise Fletcher, Lynda Joan da, to advance the Communistic\ between Democracy and Commun- Marian Shepard.
Story Martha McCall, Terry butch, Raymond Allan Gay, Wil honorary membership cards by iCsuse. Ism. The sponsor of the dung
Rogers, Wattle Dean Eva Alice I liam Roland Godwin Jr., John Mrs Leona Falrcloth, Past Grand Marx and his associates crested Our blessings are so very numerous George a Marcus, the Ctasfr
Chamberlain, Melissa MrPher- Dale Gray, John William Haire, Matron of the Grand Chapter ot the basic Communist theories but and yet WI so shamefullytake Flower, Red Rose; the Was
son, Hal Davis, Jane Gardner, Jr., Nell Morse Hamilton, Bruce Florida and Mrs. Lovle Cobum, it' ;;': ; -ppr;; best outsUU. A golden because ot petty arguments and them for granted and fail to Song "Climb Every Mountain"!
Ronnie Schofield, Kimberly Betts, that time of when tastes Class Motto
Elliot Hampton, Sandra Kaye Associate Matron of Washington bred Idled to brimful with chicken,elites and personal antagonism the Party live up to our responsibilities. We "Be yourself: the
Judy Tharpe, Marcia Thomason, Harper, John Wayne Hayes, PaMela Chapter No. 43. ring ot com eresmy for en the never became significant under Americans believe In the finer original is more valuable than a
Brenda Thomas, Alma Hubbard, Mac Hill Charles Albert Mc,. Catherine Ingram ot Tallahassee peas needs And it's only] a easily rah mad fruit with accompaniment corn muffin mix I supper his leadership. The task of translating qualities of mankind. Me know II copy; and das Colon, Red...n4.
Linda Veasey, Mellnda Langford, Hlnsey, Joseph Ezekiel Hornby, entertained with a vocal porch. so CHICKEN Marxist theories into practical that each) person should the opportunity Whit ;
Carolyn Herrlji, loretta Thorpe, Thomas William Howell Marcia selection dedicated to Mrs. Stevens CORN BREAD B11C WITH CREAMED form was self-Imposed by a to advance himself and Members of the senior etas
Rwla Wells, Jan Butler, Barbara Joanne Jaillet, Dennis Eugene ttalut $ servings white young Russian revolutionist, Vladimir to change his environment rather are: Norton Alday Sybil AkUyt
Mahaffey,' Jane Victors, Penny Jeter, Wayne Lewis Johnson, Mr. Bowls made a speech and CONI Bread Rift't 1/8 ttupooa milkS pepper Ilich Ulyanov, later known than being molded by society. A Alan Bentley, Shirley Blorker.Danny
Maxwell, Robbie Susan Story, Bonnie Carole King Bruce Carlton a very Inspirational talk was given 12-01.pkr.Ft sire 1 cups diced cooked u Lenin. Soviet is only a tool to be controlled Blount, Vann Bryant, Wart
Amy Harbin, Sue Victors, Lynda King, John Paul Kittrell Jarvis by the Grand Conductress. Cora Muffin Mix: cops chicken Russia was ripe for revolution\ at all cost Personal opinion da Butler, Ella Ma Clark, Jane
Schoflcld Susan Wynne, Mary Lallarre, John Andrew Lis The officers, members and 1 egg milk 1 drains eooksd pets and Iri 1817, after yean of plan and preference simply are Clark, Lillian Cumble, Sharon
Martha Massey, Castle Bishop, ter, Richard Joseph Luten. guests enjoyed refreshments and Creamed S/l cup Chicken 12 cup pitted rips olive, ning the Communists under Lenin not considered. Communist leaders Deal, Mildred Edwards, Mane.
Judy Smith and Mary Jean Carol Jean Marsh, Sandra fellowship following the meeting 1/4 butter or margarine sliced seized control of that country. continually play God by determining Samoan, Betty Jo Faircloth, Bens
Mynard.The Gayls Martin, Fountain Howard Among some of the officers, cup 1 tablespoon chopped The Oar and his family were what job a man may ny Fenn Glenda Fletcher, Ear.
club rooms and refreshment May, Patricia Ann May, Margie members and guests attending the tar80 pimiento executed by the Bolsheviks as have, where be will live, what bewill line Godwin, Roy Goodson, Tbnnvs
table were beautifully decorated Loye Morrow, Alice Constance banquet and meeting were: muffin> mix Into bowl; add were hundreds of the elite class wear how his children will Gould Tracey Itanney, Jean
with spring flowers.Quincy O'awfordvl1leMr.. and Mrs Heat oven to hot (400T.).Empty earn In RuMla. The bails for rearsd ette Hunt, Sara
Munroe, Jack M. Munroe, Mary .nd'DlIlk. Bland only until dry ingredients are thoroughly execu be :, and even U b* will Marcus RamM
Albert Bevis and Mrs Mamie egg don often was determined the I Potter. Billy Richards
by
Jean Mynard Michael George moisteiMd. Batter should be slightly lumpy.) Four batter Into continue to live. Gene lint:
Parramore, Judith Carol Pea Robelnson; MarannI.Mra.. Gertrude ( mold.Bake In pr.hsat.donn (400T.) about education a person had now well The main point In which Communism ers, Marian Shepard, Floyd Sq.
ring
HighContinued Purcell Grand Ruth ot the] greased 1-1/1-qt. he dressed, and the her Martha Saber
cock, Elizabeth; Sharon Poppell, SO minutes or until golden brown. amount of I BJ J Democracy differ is and James
Mary Kate Porch, Sallie Louile Grand Chapter CIl Florida, and \Vhll. eorn bread is baking, prepare creamed chicken Malt but. wealth he possessed very arm f.le. Democracy assumes Sizemor
( From Page 0'8)t Poston, Lynda Carol Presnell, Albert Stevens. Ur in n.dlum-slMd' ssuospan. Stir salt and pepper untilsmooth. The poorer Russians who had that life good and each person
\ Robert Wesley Raker, James Carl TampaWalter FenneU, Past Gradually add milk, Joe ;. t1 until mixture demanded a change from the ,possesses the judgment and integrity A new Florida law say, that
h accompanying selection: Rhoades, Wand r a Sadberry, Grand Patron ot the Grand Chap thickens Add remaining ingrdlMtsi heat thoroughly.Turn Czart tyrannical rule found themselves necessary: make a good headlights mutt be dimmed when
"Pomp and Circumstance" by El- James Allen SIrcy, John F. Slrcy, ter of Florida corn bread ring out onto limn platter. fill renter of worse oft now than ever !life for himself baa the innate approaching another vehicle tram
tar, played by the Quincy High Sylvia Theresa c Jane Al-l Tallahassee Grace Carter, Ea- ring with hot creamed eUcksn. Garnish with parsley if deslrtd.P before. ability to govern himself the rear within 300 feet, accord'Ing
School; Band. len Smith, .:Hugh Stephens: tells McDanIel, Emmalu Brown, P Immediately.DOITYOURSELF, From lel7 to 1(20 Russia I wisely On the other hand Communism AO the Peninsula Motor dub,
Alter the Invocation by the Jr., Frank Edwards Taylor John Past Grand Matron of the Grand fought both Germany and Poland assumes that the average
Rev. Guy R. Wade, the salutatory Lewis Taylor, Jr., Brenda Thom Chapter ot Florida, Nellie B. Cox and In 1821 the country was in I person baa neither the intelligenceto
address will be presented by Carol as, Betty Jean Troupe, Paula Past Grand Adah ot the Grand BRIDAL BUFFETOne shambles By It23 millions of think for himself nor the Friendships an usually kUtft
Crouch. Following Carols talk Joan Walker, Linda Sue Week., Chapter ot Florida, Mary Starrier, Russians were starving. Lenin I judgment to carry out bus Ideas.The slowly.
the band will ploy 'Colorama" by Brenda Loretta White, Toney Elnuda Sawyer, Jewell Wollsoch- ''Biel:.k 'wnw t 111gt1 < t4 ,. had to do something fast to remain Individual merely a tool to
Peter Debase Whltley, Peggy Delortes Wilson, tiger and Grace Massey. In control. H* Increased be controlled at all coils and to Kindness has never yet dune
The valedictory address will be Edna Elizabeth Wood and Oars! Havana- Jeanie Pearce, Al- .,hy rAr41e,4a, te r+ rw 'oeedyggte slave labor camps, secret police line the pockets and s&nsly the anyone serious-harm.Smokey .
given by Stewart Hlruon. Sche-i Jo Woodward. line Thompson and Virginia Pea. and Intensified religious persecu ego of the leaders. To the leaders .
dulrd next on the program will, vy ells *a'.a,, xk! r i t' ,. don Many more people were life means nothing and an '
be the presentation of awards by Quincy- Mr. and Mrs. Frank executed He managed to remain individual mean nothing Say,

various org nlzaUOIII. DeBord Mantle Freeman, Willie A .. .yiJ"'.r, In control of Russia. Communist do not hesitate one
Awards will be made by Mrs Water Safely Page Roberts. Martha Parramore, F. Lenin and his successors used second before lying, stealing, Pc t L QtLf
Tracy L. Riddle for the Qulrvy Susie McKeown, Pearl Nicholson Russia as headquarters of Communlit cheating or murdering to advance
Woman's Club, by Robert R. Margaret: Cockney, Iduma Edwards expansion. The first thl g their cause. Communists have
Munros behalf ot the American (Continued From Page One) Mary eaic.p Grand the Communists do to seize control even disposed of valuable Communists iEYI
Legion, by Norman McMillan for times the pool Is and there Martha of the : : of of a country Is to take advantage leaders to advance their }
the Rotary Club by W. J. Taylor should be one lifeguard open for Florida, Emma Shields, Laura of existing problems or personal Interest
every Kelly, Dorothy Mlrktnson. Mr. and create more<< problems and offer
lor "Pride ot the Valley Southern 79 In the W. American must choose either .
people pool area.
," and by Miss Sara Stewart Before home pool Mrs. Ralph Bush, Kate Plttrnan, their own solutions. They arouse Communism Democracy
Installing a Louis Griffith, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. emotions to the ot hysteria
for the Business and Professional point and
local health and safety regulations whether w* want to or not
Whltmore, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Issues concerned are those in
Woman's Cub. A Health Career If
should be checked These whether we know It or not. we
Scholarship will be presented by Include provision for Bevls, Neal Falrcloth, Mr. and which the people of a country choose Communism w* only haveto
Mrs. proper Mrs Clarence Foster and SuePalm.r. have deep rooted prejudice. The
Fred a Silver"Mike"
remain silent, accepting some
sanitation, drainage
r4K1UkW.' fencing Communists
I. Dodson. might claim religious else opinions, never voting,
distance
Educe'on structural stability, proper one
American Publication Mrs Susie Bell Collins, Past Interference in government or un-
and questioning a publicolflclal'
from property and poweiilines Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter fair treatment received crim\ never
Award and Woodmen of the World and other This by a worthiness to serve or
Award by Guy A. Race and oth applies particularly precautions\ to home-built of Georgia, Camilla, was also inal.used Racial discord is especially his motives. But If we choose to
present to the Communists'
advan remain free must actively support
we
ers.At or portable pools. Fences and ,3-vrM
the peak of the graduation gates should be adequate to pre tage.Mirrlng our government yet stubbornly '
exercises, J. E. Hlnson, member vent youngsters from entering OLDEST MEMBER DIES up problems a country resist attempt by our
of the school board, and M. D. when the pool Is unattended. Representative Clarence Can With enough advance planning convenience for the guests.with The may have and adding to these government to any increase domestic U lake ealy eec-be ear.fi!,
Walker, superintendent of the, Equipment for assistance to swimmers non (D., Ma), veteran chairman and orrsnisstlon, do-it-yourself .sterling flatware, along be problems is just one method Communists power. Freedom in a democratic
Board of Public Instruction, will In distress should be kept of the House Appropriations Committee bridal festivities can be as els- nspkins and beverage,pick should them I use to gain control of a nation can easily be forfeited by LAFF-A-DAY.

present the diplomas to the sen- at pocm1 elide. Reputable swimming died at the age of 85. As gant as catered affairs. placed so that guents food and piste country. failure to carry out our responsibilities
dean ot the House Cannon had up Int. Th. Another method used by the
traditionally
lore.The pool construction companies know One thing that Is within reach of responsibilities that cannot
benediction will be given the regulations for construction been a member since 1922. Cannon part of the feithrltlss Is sterlinc should be themstlves.sssy Communists to gain control of a be separated from freedom.
by the Rev Thomas E. Cutflno and operation as well as the was rated one of the nation's silver both as the traditional guests serving country Is to plat Communist At all times we must remember
and the new graduates will file out specifications for filtering systemsand leading authorities on parliamentary rift to the bride from her par The menu for this easy, elegant agents In high public oifices. Usually Khrushchev statement "We will
to "War March of the Prleits' disinfectant chemicals.The law and was a familiar figure ents, and to provide gleaming mode ot serving should b. In these .&ell'are not known bury you' 'snd we must remember
by Mendelssohn played by the popular ocean and lake to all who attended or watched beauty for prenuptial parties. keeping with the festive mood to be Communists. They might mat the American Communist
Quincy High School Band. beaches are usually well supervised Democratic National conven The table arrangement for a But do plan a menu that can M work through a front organization Party is working day and night to
Tim Class Motto II: "The task but It a lifeguard la not on liana bridal buffet such si this, was prepared well In advance thii and gain support for their objectives do Just that.Khrushchev.
cf today is the Joy ot tomorrow") duty where you have decided to governed by beauty, balance and one for instance ) while undermining the has already told 4r O+
Class Song, "There's a Place For take a swim never awtm alone FESTinDE BILL Shrimp Nevberg government they wish to overthrow us trtat our grandchildren will -
Us (Somewhere)"; dais Colors and never unnVmitlmata dla- Lobster er under Communism. Will
your President Johnson has signed! In Butter Sauce Spiced Pears grow up
Scslllons
White and Aqua Blue: dais. Flower tanr from shore. Beware of Into low a bUr tightening Agriculture Ptas and Molded Vegetable Sated These method are used In Icy! That I I. for you and me
White Rose; Class Officers currents tides and undertows. Department tontrol! over Wadding Cake with Ice Cream America by the Communist Panty and all Americans decide. Will M"We're
president- Willie Brogdon. Must happen the sale of pesticides. The bill, of America. This group is our grandchildren be slave or water
Vice president Alice Marie Gay. with small pleasure boats and sponsored by Senator Abraham -- '" pledged to work for the Soviet will they know the blessing of having a sever" "
secretary Roxcena Ann Rudd, usually Involve Inexperiencedboaters Rlblcotf (D, Conn) requires pre- ... -Union. while plotting! against the Democracy! The_choice_is_yours shortage!
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and tl'fltlllrerRDb4'1t Michael and nonswlmmers. For marketing Government clearance : i "lInI91.: N1 !tHDII '

Lodjre. .'example, a study by the Minne for pesticides._ I
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lo sn American, ss well ss ms." "1 sm ashamed tt myparent's
all decent people, on. of the dress sol ma.a,..," I
most horrifying facets of a "1 am seldom cmaulted In II
HAYDON BURNSWANTS communist regime Is the way '.mU.rl.loDl." "My parents I
In which children are Influenced I won"I let m. make my *wa .*.
to report to the police on cubes"
their parents e e eAt GRADUATION SPECIAL
I Is well known, one of the

i Yet chief objectives In preparing
tale the mind of youth to accept
nl be the enormous lies of communistic
T.OTHANK ,rl.I. U.slogy to first destroy
Rep. any loyalty to the family or
ballet in any nliglon. Then into
Okie .r""g the mental vacuum communistic k 'v '
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,'Ia. belief ar. implanted. 3985 VALUE '
.. see f ya lal.'
tse ..,. Aahbrtak alas pointed
tea, to ..llh.I. foremost advocate at 5 Columbia A
i areas child brainwashing to a Dr. O.
aallm school O. w, "' ..... S. thbholm. a Hychlatrlat wk.La Stereo Record Albums
I chlldr are being. brainwashed a published speech said,
to a similar faahlM all with till "Far many ....raUtll. we i. .- plus Deluxe 4 4u;;$
beilrsi approval M th. l:.lto< have hewed ew perks .. the
I Stales D p.rtment ot Health, yt.. tt the cmvtetlra ef ...." Portable Stereo Cart
Edncatlo: Welfare. .. .
R. further stated that th.
ALL the voters 01! Gadsden
County For there has some Into quit problem today Is freeing chll-
wide 08'". a series of psycho dren from swallowing "all
logical ttiti,Thei.often termed manner of poisonous cerUln-
by such fancy names as the u.." fed by la rents. Sunday
for their vole and an Youth Inventory Test glen by school and day school teachers

the Science Ree arch AitocW and by priests u a, +
ales comprising hundrtdi of eee ss"r
qiMstlons, er statements to "U the race to to .. heed ( m
j which the school child is supposed hem Its crippling ...... Wgwd J
to give sa answer a>d eels M mast be HTchlatrbl. ..
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Om ,.. resells terse r<. laal r.....lbWI'. Of T/IISALL as Vie''Means. =
Sties u. "......." '' sow. M e NEW .wane saw..
till child Is msd*. Th. Ohio Congressman pointsout 1364 Zenith ton.IXMlKy,Owrco i
that Dr. Cblaholm Is no unknown soon wee bait firiy color seem
i for example. la a lent being crackpot. la fact be

io the tireless workers who were so used and devised by s Benja- ass held high poets In ValtedNitloo world famous quality
mla SI m"r,. over to stetem olf.boo'Nch ss a for
.nts are slanted to plant the titer Dlrector-General of the
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_ CADSDEN COTNTY TIMES. OtJTNCY.,-noRmA THURSDAY MAY flL IflM PACK fURKt

,E.MOK: tJTILE LEICIEAces : ken Jemlson of Greensboro High I
RECREATION ( 10.12) for winning first place In (ht' THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHOF OUR
SHELVES
Standings through week ending state for /her essay on Cbmmunism. ARE ,
May 22nd; Although Gadsnen County if QUINCY FLORIDA
NEWS reams Won Lost small It Is certainly well-known ?
Klwanis 5 0 throughout the state for winning A RESOLUTION IN APPRECIATIONOF num diIP1rnc '
By Dom James Lions 3 1 first place ir so many fields ana I
alE."'! 6ww'-rrrcI sorm '. Jayeees 3 21 for having so many state presidents MISS KATHERINE BROWN Jhofinostin
Came schedule for the week: DeMolay :2 2 of various organisations..
May 28 Talr i Electric Coopvs. Rotary 1 4 Was looking through my ton's !
Exchange 0 6 telescope t'other night at the WHEREAS In August of 1959 Mill Katherine
Massey Drugs; June 2- Tal- HITTERS .500 CH'B moon and I think I saw the "Sea Brown came from the First Presbyterian Church of

quln 4Joe Electric Wedples vs.Inc.Randy; June. (through 1-22) of Tranquility" but dadbum, I Sanford Florida to the First Presbyterian Church of
vs. Randy Player; leant AB H A''g. failed to see Junior. MORN
WOMEN'S BLOW PITCH Quincy, Florida as Director of Christian Education;
Stephens, D 97 .778 Now what was it the "Watch-
SOFTBALL Glover J 17 12 .706 bird" told me to mention this
First game of season June 2, Ilewett K 3 2 .667 l'E't'k'PlI, guest 1ran wait AND WHEREAS, offer nearly five years oi exemplary -
T.30: p.m., Tallahassee. Phillips D 5 3 .600 Bye-bye! Come bark to see me, service in !that capacity to this congregation, ( Sics
YOITH'S BASEBALL CLINIC Cody, L 74 .572 Katherine Is soon to transfer her endeavors to the
Our sixth annual (film) Baseball Bass R fl 5 .SM First Presbyterian Church oi Columbus, Georgia;
Clinic sponsored by our City Edwards, R 8 5 .556
Recreation Department will be Schofleld L 10 S .500 perJona AND WHEREAS bringing to her work here a
held a week Saturday June 6th, "trouse, L 10 5 .500 ttS
.:JO a.m. at our Corry Field base- Tharpe K 10 S .500 pleasing personality patience and dedication to service
ball dressing room. Mr. and Mrs. Waller L Tappanof which have endeared her to all of our members '
--
This special clinic I. sponsored DeKunlak Springs are visiting 1 and especially to our young people, Katherine has WHOLE ,
every summer as I visual-aids with their son and daughter In at the same time made frequent and significant contributions \1.
method of Instructing our youth in law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tappan.I to church: work at the levels of Presbytery and "
the fundamentals of baseball, u Mrs. R. L Allman and daughter -
won as a promotion of our national AROUND Tamsa of Los Angeles, California -' Synod;

pastime. arrived last Friday for amonth's AND WHEREAS, the loss to our congregation: ,
The visit with her 29c
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A number of films parents I
to..be shown Include outstanding: "STRIKE Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Fain, Sr. Mr., occasioned by her transfer, will be mitigated by our lb. L,
THREE" the Major Leagues SQUARE Allman expects to come in June' knowledge oi benefits conferred upon fellow Christians
newest Instructional color movie for a short visit and he and family elsewhere;
featuring many of baseball's outStanding a, aaab.r will go to Madison, Wisconsin
pitchers starring to visit his parents' for some time NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the FLORIDA GRADE "A"HENS
Warren Spats Bob i Durkey, Whlt- I before. they return to California.Mr. ..I Session of The First Presbyterian Church of Quincy,
,y Ford and Frank Lary and Including and Mrs. H. S. Holley. Jr.
Juan Marlchal Don Drys- and children of Atlanta have returned Florida:

dale, Dick Donovan and Camilo Well, hers we go again sen- tier*. home following a visit I ((1)) That we do hereby express to Miss KatherineBrown

I'awual. Ion running out of stores with Miss Jean Weinberg of Atlanta warm gratitude and for her
"BATTER UP" This movie their arms full of packages our appreciation Ib.25e
ls one of a new series of instructional squealing "Look at all the presents is here due to the death of her tireless and effective labors among us, with the hope

baseball films In color analyzing I &011"! mother Mr. and Mrs.M.Henry... M.Weinberg D. Walker Sri I that we shall continue to see her often and that success:

the hitters styles of baseball'sgreatest The exciting time of year has spent the weekend with her mother will crown her every undertaking;
Featuring started for the people who live .
Mr E. T. Gaultney in Ma-
Ted Williams Mickey Mantle in the country planes dusting ((2)) That we commend Katherine to the Christian
many Stan MiiKtal cheers."BUILDING.and Ernie Banks and tobacco shades tobacco priming con.Lt.. Col. M M. Johnson of To- love and fellowship of our brethren of the First Presbyterian FRESH TENDER BEEF

/ BR3 LEAGUES'A wheat being combined prka, Kansas spent the past week Church of Columbus, Georgia;
Oh while on the subject of the with his mother Mrs. W. W, Joint- lh
-training film of taking ball a look athi! country ahem did you notice son of Greensboro, due to the ((3)) That copies oi this Resolution be sent to !the
at
young players that the Outstanding Fanner for
death of his brother C D. John- LIVERy
Major League Spring Training 1964 came from Sawdust Hooray First Presbyterian Church oi Columbus, Georgia andto p ,

Camps. for Sawdust! son.Mr.. and M.... C. R. Shaw Jr.' the Gadsden County Times, of Quincy, Florida. ,
"OFFICIAL BASEBALL" A You know there must be and children
the weekend In
film on the 1964 High School spent Done the Session of the First
by Presbyterian '
something wrong with me. Quiet, Jacksonville with Mrs. C. R. Shaw'' -
Baseball- Rules. -- quiet. Just can't understand why; and Mr. and 101.... Tom Oakley' Church of Quincy. Florida this 6th day of May, A. D. \I '
people like bridge and football and family 1 1964.
Someone said.... "You just don't Mrs. J. M. Griffin has returned
SERVICE know enough about either one o( from Atlanta when she spent Bronson Matney Jr. 39c
SEPTIC TANK them." Well now bought Gort'n' several days. MODERATORFred
book on bridge studied Mr. and Mn. K. A. MacGowanare I y .
It and practically memorized It expected to return from a visit I L May
really tried to look like I was in Fairfax, Va. with 1 their son and CLERK
: enjoying playing for two wholeyears. daughter in law. Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth ."
,t3... And still the only thing I' MacCowan and family. ---- --. --- FROSTY MORN LARGE FRESH CAUGHT
,, like about bridge is the talkln' and Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ball and
the eatin'. Well now football -I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stanleyof
mother Mrs. J. B. Ball spent Sunday
ifPb\i tried for years to like that. Would in ThamosvlUe with Miss Jaeksonvllle were recent guests Episcopal |
: jump up and shout when everyone I Ruby Ball. of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur) Fixer and WIENERS MULLET
i else would people explained The Rev. Thomas E. Cultino other relatives. Church Noles
the game to me you Rev. L. a Thomason of Gretna Mrs. C M. Young and her sis-
know why the fetus out there the Rev. Uuy wade and the Rev. tl'M..... R. K. Hollister of Pascagouln. from M. Paul's
: I kept dropping those handkerchiefs W. R. Otiteen of Miss., the wwk-
VACUUM CLEANED Havana attendedthe spent Well
tide Is almost the week
Still think the best part of a football Southern Baptist Convention end with her daughter. Mrs. M
when the little bllllrs
REPAIRED
game is halftime when the In Atlantic City N. J. N. Drew rid family. kindergarten when"graifuale"rom 3 120x. $100 4
; the son-
band plays. : 101... W. F. Lester to visiting In Mrs. Alli-ne Canloy Is visitingher Ian Graduate from Huh School; Pkgss Ibs. 49ct.
t 627-8403 I Sure will be nice when the new Macon with her son In law and sister Mrs. Hurll Walling In and when all the Bachelor's candidates
parking meters are Installed 1 daughter, Mr, and Mn. FreemanHart McMendvllle. Tenn. She will also GRADUATE from colUw. t.I t..
'
I Tired of putting five pennies In Jr. visit In Memphis while away. We've got some of each In lie
: Nights 627-6868 for IS minutes. Mrs. A. D. Sapp has been visiting handler student church, and our cunitrarulaUisu I
Miss Sherry
The Summer Reading Room I located her son In law and daughter In Mont to all of them
I
at HuntinK<1on College go ss slop by step
QUINCYVAULT upstairs In the Quincy Pub- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Owens and gomery. Ala.. arrived this week hey pick their way over IlIe'l1'OIId. $100 JACKPOT
lic Library II li desperately in need family In Cocoa. to spend the summer with her Graduation, on whatever
of books and The Dr. J. B. Brlnaon Monllccllo .
money. room parents Mr. and 101... Roberthandler level, Is a wonderful thing and
CO. was completely redone by members spent the weekend with his son in I know that the proud mommas '"
1 of the Junior Woman's Club law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.Fount and the 1 1 BONUS WINNERS
VAULTS MONUMENTS and their husbands. flu la certainly May and family, Mn. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Edwards returned reap poppas the heartiest are emotional ones who rewards

a worthy project to which to Brinson la in New York attendingthe Friday from Wlltlstui. but the youngsters are LAST WEEK -
? MAINLINE DRIVE contribute. (Is that grammar World'i Fair. laving (gone on a business trip those who derive Uw most obk-c ->r
i QUINCY correct Sara Lamar?) Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Laslle While there they visited their star tine and tangible ben fus. Certainly p.rl.an Gllyard
_And_congratulations to Kath: and Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Scho- In law and daughter Mr. and our Lord never wont to .
field have returned from Hollywood \ M..., Elliott Whltehurst and tarn' college and we can't 111'1be certain fee, Bula Mat Green
Beach, Florida, where
they
that I lie had any formal' education
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. were delegates at the Uons Club tiy.IMPATIENT at all, but then He dldll't.IIM't'd I\] Cora Ltvdi
Convention at the Diplomat Hotel. IHX1 It, and I can't help but feel
Mn. Frank Whittle and MI'LGladya
CHARLES KINARD Owner Watson spent the weekend I Topeka )Kan. Traffic Lieutenant J lie of would pride take In the academic same ....."' :'4 ... 'I.\\ Mr. B. T. Pllto
i\;
Remodeling Additions at Panacea at the cottage of Edward Bntarth took a that most of us do ,'A- \ i
the former. second look when he sac a dog day and tin*. So more '" I Lena Danleb
NEW CONSTRUCTION Mrs. James Watts spent lIeI..raidaya honking a car horn In parked power to our graduates! ,
Garages Carports Porches this week In Panama dry car outside the pollee II.linn. I've complained" about this before .
and attended the District Work. The dog's master Patrolman Lor- $100 -
i Roofing CabinetsFlorida his but I feel better about tilings WOOD
Siding shop of the Woman's dub. man Adair explained that TASTE T'EMAT
now. t.or. long lime one of the
Rooms Enclosures Mln Sue Anne Owens and Miss German Shepherd did not like to abiding dlssatisfactlimi with If. M. '
Susann Wonribery students at he left alone In the car. my
\\
"No Job Too Large or Too Small" Huntingdon College, Montgomery routine In my ministry has been\
the lack of time In which to do
Havana Highway Phone 627-8495 arrived /here Monday to spend It Is aamaxlng how many Jobs any reading of I spiritual{ and
summer vacation with their par- college graduates may choose
theological sort. 80 now I am In I IV/I
ents. from these days. of seml-rrtrest .
a period or .plrI,I i
I tual rtfreilmx-nt, and am b gtn-I
lIoto ratrh up on just a 1116.hit BtACICEYE'I'
what I have wanted and FRESH

CHEVY H by Chevrolet'Go needed the psalms so badly and trunia to ; d.w; Momnjr -

, and Keening Prayer, I nave PEAS
finished Taylor Calihvells' won- lb. lOc
on an economy drive this vacation lerful novel of the contemporary:
Oulst The IJ.twT, have dl|>pedugaln ,
Into the spiritual letters of I FRESH CRISP
Sure II about sedans and job. One that'ssure St. Francis de Kales, have been
a Chevy lust runs on peanut wagons sporty
t But this frisky family car will take to be priced right for you too lie' nmdini and the theology of I'aul! TJIch -
by of refularbn,
the whole gang along on any trip.And in cause right now U Trade 'N' Travel that of Emil Ilrunner way and have CELERY\ Stalk lOc
plenty of comfort and a whole lot of style. Time at your Chevrolet dealer' So right finished two or the other books

Along with pep, it has a roomy, com ., ,. at the time when you'll get the moat 'fun "t pastoral Import. What I pleasure -
fortable Body by Fisher plus virtually r 'I THflliT Tf TRflVFlfrom. a new car you'll also make a great U Is finally to put something I M)1)
effortless care Battery-aaving Delootron f \\ deal, on your old j one new and fresh Into my mind. I YELLOW

generator, self-adjusting brakes, long-Ufa TIME Being so practical about a vacation can fiN)' hope that somewhere along
!the It will to find
muffler and other big Chevrolet feature only add to your fun. And the place to tn Its way way Into my manage preaching ''QONIONS' lb. 5c
all maintenance. practical is at Chevrolet dealer'sduring
help you save on your. I remind you again of the Impending
And there's a big choice of models ne ie aw_-.e Trade 'N Travel Time. Now!Ii lChsv visit of our Dlshop to Ht

Il Nora S n.f Cow isZ. i Paul's Parish on the miming of
!Sunday, June Hth. As always,
;i we welcome him to preach and to
nonflrm Another reminder, Grapefruit 10c
too, of the All taint's Camp lorCamp
Weed alumni over 21, June
20-32. with the Camp founder,
tBshtip JaMs, In charge. Applications

Office are and available some have In the already Parish Collard Greens 2 Bunches 39c

been claimed, so please burry IfX
*l are thinking at gnlng. There
a.re still I Uw vacancies to the
regular' / camping program M well,
!though two cmmpe already have PILLSBURY or JALLARDS JUMBO
valung Hell, with reglrfrarlons
tar ahead of last year's.tt .

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand from economic growth for further tax reduction. Tuesday June 2- Canning Center 8 S; Rotary Club,. their wage demand this year In recent years, lIn'Bp&perpubllshel'l
U they are successful, the re themselves art actual
and "3. Maintenance of the value of the dollar. I p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meeting sult could be substantial increasesand ly amazed by the \Increasing vote
CHATTAHUUC11EK ooiUnuInf! TRIBUNE "4. Reduction of the special powers and ..xemptionlqranted 8 p.m.; Lions Club, 7 p.m., Kittrell'i Restaurant a renewed squeeze on profit of confidence in their medium It
Pitch Softball Ran. margins! The balance of payments Is not unusual to hear an old-
Published each Thursday at IS S. Madison Street to labor unions by the government Men's Slow Talquin Coop. vi. position will probably not time newspaper man say that his
A John H Furry Nf'*''i aptrESTABLISHED "5. Public assistance, where necessary based on dy s, 7:30: p.m., Corry Athletic Field. continue as favorable as In the advertising is Increasing so fast
1901 need and financed and administered by the states and first quarter of this year, and this that he scarcely has the time or
Qulncr norldaHa localities." Wednesday June 3- Jaycees, 12 noon Kittrell's Restaurant may necessitate some tightening facilities to handle it.
oml '.n.. Po.*aq. Paid at Qulncy flerida ; Navy Recruiter, 10:30: am., Post Office; Exchange of credit This of course, Is a reflectionof
This strikes that will far
One Year MM Two Years i50 8l. Month. 11 15 us os a program bring Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center Peak In Mil i a new attitude on the part of
greater success in the anti-poverty campaign than massive many merchants in small dUn,
J. 1* HatchimonDo ._...?..... ....._ PubtuhttAdvtrtmtis 8 5; Army Recruiter Post Office; Marine Recruiter In sum, although most signs who Jiemselves have found news
which
of funds has worked
spending
taxpayers' never Indicate that the end of
Carman __.._ _.. and NIWI in the paILPesticide 9 12 Post Office boom will i be postponed our present until ; paper advertising an investment
which brings larger profits: and
ORtZ Thursday June 4Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State seems next to be year at least or beyond an off,-chanee there: new customers to rapidly! changing
1 NATIONAL/ EDITORIAL ControlIn Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberts St.; Men's that the peak will occur in the: trading centers The overall
effect for the
merchants the
d Slow.Pitch Softball Joe Wedeles Inc. vs. Randy's WIt half of 1964. But even if'
community and the Is
M1M L! '.t.ttINt our predilection for more sensational affairs of J 7.30 p.m., Doyle Conner Field. it this until should 1963.happen Cyclical we won't turning know I "escalating." newspaper
That Is
,
state, we often overlook more mundane struggles which points can be Identified only in expansion In nearly
& A1 Fam
pC 0 Friday, June Alcoholics Anonymous -anon retrospect. any community \beget expansion.
> have Just as much impact on our daily lives. House This Is true for individual
Fairish
ily Group 8 p.m.. St Paul's ; Canning Whether the
next downturn
ON That seems to be the case In the U. S. Senate in stores as well u the community
Center 8 5; Shrine Club, 7:30 p.m., Kittrell's Cafe; whenever it occurs will be more as a whole.
the battle over deadly pesticides. Air Force Recruiter, 9. 12 noon Post Office. than a brief mild correction is Of course, the merchant enjoys
SELF IMPOSED HANDICAP Senator Abraham Ribicoff (CD., Mass) has taken the another question. We will try to the profit and the newspaper ap
matter to heart and is sponsoring legislation to permit Monday June 8- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; deal.with it In a subsequent column 'predates Increased business, but

/ federal inspection of pesticide production and to impose Canning Center, 8 5; Eastern Star 8 p.m., Masonic Unuing neither expression can come of without confidence con.In

controls on waste disposal from pesticide plants. Building; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., the news and advertising content
,One strong argument in favor of the Department of Court Room, Courthouse Minted In the local newspaper

01. Agriculture's finding that endrin has been a major factorin Tuesday June 9- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, nloral

contaminating the Mississippi River. 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge 8 p.m., Masonic Floor Covering
The late Rachel Carson such
spotlighted menacesin
Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, 7:30:
her book "Silent Now Mr. Ribicolf has IluJineJJ
Spring. carried
p.m., Club House Shadow St.; Men's Slow-Pitch Including formic
\1. tw EpuCPTIONDR UNLIM of pesticides.on the offensive with Senate hearings on the use Softball Massey Drugs vs. N. F. Experimental, Inlaid UnoUum rubber

e 7:30: p.m., Doyle Conner Field vinyl. corkCounter
\ Ribicoff's proposals constitute an important first step By Hulrh ,
Wednesday June 10- Canning Center 8.5; Navy Recruiter National manufacturers realize Top

Gangs In HarlemMilitant 10:30: a.m., Post Office; Jaycees 12 noon Kit- that proof of worth of a product
bell's Restaurant; Exchange Club 1 p.m., Jefferson should be obtained by testing Work
House; Army Recruiter, Post Office. public acceptance.In ,
gangs ere roaming the streets of Harlem in
Oils connection the local
New York City and the streets of other sections of that newspaper Is probably the most All Types
city seeking white victims. A New York police official tested product sold I

reports that a large group of Negroes calling themselves The National OutlookBy by Each a small Issue sample Is tested but not by just the Expert Installation

y "Blood Brothers" are roaming the streets and have been entire public.. Every sutwcrlp-
P OuT r trained to maim and kill By Cltoorlt! JlagMum level by 12 per cent. Certainly, than renewal Is a vote of approv
The Blood Brothers are already linked to four mur IX 1961? all of these factors provide strong al. | SHEFER- BITCH
ders. There Trees don't grow up to the sky support for anticipation of broad Advertising In a local paper ts
are suspicions that they are tied to the Black
I similarly tested week after
in the week
and bUKincfts trends dun't keep ly-baited strength economy rtm.. l.wtAf
Muslims In their anti.white campaign. going forever Its a safe bet that for the balance of 1964. by merchants that buy space and, QUINC't 'fr fLOIIIOA
Citizens are murdered within sight of many eyewitnesses the economic rise that has continued There are however, some by the consumers who act upon i ii
the
for more Hum three years puzzling signs of hesitation. Since I advertising. |
who refuse to go to the aid of the victim or even ---- ---- -
will turn down sooner or later. midsummer of 1963 the indexof i---
call the police. The crime rate continues to rise, in spiteof But when? industrial production has been

a steady Increase in the numerical strength of law enforcement If yov expect a pin-pointed answer rising at a rate only about a
agencies.The in this column you will be third as taut as Its rise in thepreceding PEANUT HULLSFor
slate of affairs In our largest city is a matterof disappointed We are neither seers 30 months.
nor fatalists. Besides if your The tax reduction was expectedto
concern and shame to every American and must columnist could be sure of the have Its primary Impact on retail -
necessarily make one stop and think twice about the answer to questions like that he \ sales. but this ham't happened Your Yard Care
problems which exist there and the steps which have woulrin have to work for a living. yet Total retail sales reached .
As it Is, all of us have to make a peak In February, declined In
This Tide Should Be StemmedThe been, or have not been taken to alleviate them.GOP's Judgments about the future in an i March, and fell still further in
uncertain world. One question April. Shrubbery Flowes
which may be posed Is whether There are grounds for concern
rate of school dropouts has grown /to alarming HeritageThe the buMnegs line will continue over the possible Impact of several
proportions. Her. are the hard facts: into 15 or whether it will reach other prospective develop I
Republican Critical Issues Council has focused i It U peak some time before the ments. Organized labor seems to EASY TO HANDLE
More than on..third of the nation's young people end of this year. i be In no mood to heed the President i
quit school before completing senior high school! ill attention on political ill* besetting the government Smn .'uullncllln.. 's request for restraint In I
Some 7.5 million youths will drop oat of school In a recent report, the Council calls for civil rights The optimists who foresee ris- 90 POUND
laws which Ing activity through the current BALESCALL
during the next decade. are in accord with the GOP heritage. While
are overwhelmingly in the
The of failure asserting the GOP will maintain a century-old commitment year
grave economic consequence to complete majority and they have much to
high school is so pointedly evident that it is difficult to civil rights the Council laid: support their view. The upswing
"We will resist present temptation to duck the :hai continued for 39 months and
understand it The fact any
to why so many youth Ignore
tows clear of
no sign reversing
It
that unemployment is three times higher among male Implication of the Lincoln legacy, the Eisenhower example tsclf The tax cut Is generally hI
school dropouts than among high school graduates or the 1960 platform." expected to provide strong sup.port LEE PARRAMORE
should. In and of itself, convince all youths of the follyof There can be no doubt about legacy. There will be he for consumer buying during
rest of the
)'I'ar. Corporate
some disagreement on the merits of "the Eisenhower
abandoning secondary schooling. But it has not doneso. profits are estimated to be about
example." And the views currently espoused by come 20 per cent ahead of year-ago I MT. PLEASANT
Since the behind and leading Republicans seem out of tune with the Council's cveit. Bunlness expenditures for PHONE
reasons dropouts are many plant and equipment In 1064 are 856.5222
varied we believe that all segments of community life, report. expected to exceed last years
spearheaded by educational religious and civil groups, If the party as a whole acts vigorously on what its I
forces concerted the Critical Issues Council recommends, it will represent a f
should Join in a attempt to stem Ifr
most progressive trend.
dropout tide.
The youth of any community Is one of its most valuable ?y .As of the tnoment, however powerful forces in the
GOP think the trend more
in the nation is turning In a
assets and it is vital that the young people have
moderate direction. Thus the GOP is torn between progressive
every opportunity for successful careers in occupations
and
ol their choice. A sound education is, by far the most conservative considerations.

important first step on the road to rewarding achievement I
QUINCY 1
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.. CALENDAR OF EVENTSA
BETTER USE TIlE SEAWORTHY SHIPEconomic i
Community Service by the

Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627.8S1S a

tuRE 0 Calendar b based on Information reported by club

secretaries and program directors os of the Friday preceding

publication.

lie P'Iit' l'f
Thursday May 28Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State
Employment: Service, 9 3, S. Robert St.; Men's Slow

io6 /0 old Pitch Softball Talquln Electric Coop. vs. Massey
X05 Drugs, 7:30: p.m., Cony Athletic Field. 4 L 4 .

w 4;, Friday May 29- Canning Center 8 5; Alcoholics
Anonymous and AI.Anon Family Group 8 p.m., Si i
Paul's Parish House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12.I
? Post Office

Monday June 1- Kiwanis Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House;
Canning Center 8 5; American Legion John W.

Shaw Post 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home; Masonic .
Lodge Gadsden Chapter No. 30 RAM. Tal-

Mar-Quin Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building: Social Mustang leads the stampede the |jf Ford started This has been the honest sales year in Ford
Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., Courtroom.
Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203 7:30: p.m., Scout Division history. We have winner In.the Super Torque Ford, a car M well built, so predictably

t ,l Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148 4 p.m., First Presbyterian tough, that competition-modifled Fords took eleven ol the last twelve NASCAR SI10-mile races.
c Church.
-. --- Ford sales are up 17% this year.We have a luxury car that's taken off like a skyrocket:

q Thunderbird, with sales up 1T,%. Falcon selling almost as many cars as Valiant and Chevy II

combined. Falrlane continues to be a favorite in its own field. Heir comes Mustang .

the trend to Ford Into a downright stampede. Mustang,
turning Ttr TTU ??.?.,,,

by any measure of sales or excitement, is the most successful new sea A .aIlU

Growth Is The AntidoteThe i car ever introduced in America-ever. When yon tee a stampede, FORD I

I it makes sense to find out what started That's something
record Is crystal clear that economic growth '
and not public welfare programs has been responsl-1 only jour Ford Dealer can tell yon about, ......._._......_

ble for the lessening of poverty over the years
It is deplorable therefore, that the Administration !

has placed its main emphasis in the fight on poverty on j
the expenditure of $I billion in taxpayers' funds, thus 1

relegating the private enterprise system to a relatively
minor role despite its vital and consistent contributionsto '
the Improvement of living standards.As *-

the National Association of Manufacturers has :
Our MW lilcbHI M>plMM b
pointed out. economic problems are best solved by 1 MatJW. Me..eaY mf :1
economic forces.In thai II mli..mrytkini o i ;:
a statement submitted to Congress the NAM discounted eke fer to. Wh.a.e,..... _
the doubt, expressed in some governmentalquarters / .h*CM .rase wtfUun0 wvis
reek i s e. the ewor.
concerning the capacity of the private economyto A* ensue kl. ft.Quincy _

provide the jobs needed to combat poverty."Given Ds4t1 saw hi in.ese k.klw.Mbptw .
Incentives, the American bualn.aama1wU1 Ia.. H. rd he weoe.ea
Invest" said the statement "Given a wage scale that ts ."w4'1 h' SuSs II aa.4'R'RI'

economically realistic; business will employ more people O Why i..
St ess.
and them to do the work -'S. p.
train required. Given an
opportunity to earn a profit. they will be willing to undertake ; Inman-Johnson Motor Company Inc.
the new and risky venhues which: may expand employment ,

In areas as yet undreamed of. 1'.3 West Jefferson St. QuIncy. j jaaa na.I .
h The policies most likely to achieve the goal d reducing
economic hardship and raising living standards I ;;'m. Telephone Co. I C .
, the NAM contends or. these: I IM5..TAAC.u.t.'ALfmltAGlC'."" ..'n1II--'mt_ rrv'fwonesa, IOftWM.a1'

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f __ G.\DST)>FN COU\T TIMES. QlTsCV FLORIDA THTRSDAY. MAT M, I9M PACK AIVL


Dog Track AlMoniicello Social Security BIBLE VERSE"If


__ STOP! LOOK! AND LISTEN'BelkHudsOll To Information I that wilt hn pt-rfnt, tie

.
im l sell thai that bad, and |l\
Vxir wxlnl? nnirtly irmmlrson'pi Trooper Bill ''I" the piece and hiss nhatt .katreaiiire. \.

Open June 5 ,lion you the glue Mole lo your careful hank alien-ace 'In heaven11I

count or any other nutter tin I I. Who npnkc theN words?

MontKolloa growing grrvhouiv'" pot-taut to your future Tim n, csays... 2. To whom were hey ad
tea k tan Into Its mxlh aeam ninth acme today from Wallerkeht d.-rd'
INQUINCY >( nuiiiK on rnda>. June S. *. portal aecurlty diMnrl .
1' :j 9 What w's. (heir HfectT I
TallahaaneeHe
IVt nilrnt 911'1'lIdns Mid the' manger In % 4. Where are they recorded
track ihree mile north of Mon1111 pointed out that the earning I
li. on US.lt. well agNlnIwu credited to the account of an emptoyee Imam Ie Itlhte Venue
52 day of rating The BM' or aelf-empkiyed ptraunovered I Jesus
wet non through Vpl. 21IJKI 1(< by ....i.1 aecurlty doemilnei 2. A youn man who had "......1 !
the anHHinl 01 ben
I any "'
man IUS a rerurd DiMieaalon
one
Hi be to him to hi. de-
lo
ptld
IS OFFERING THE with wwring going over the end > to nil turvlvora. The 1 lie went away sorrowful]:'
nti
MOST or
AMAZING COLLECTION OF MONEY >
three million-dollar I the 4 Mallhew' l III: II
:IIIM turnnwrta:: hl'Iu"I'8:. 1 higher the wagei cretllteil the
SAVING higher the brm lilt, he ilali'dA .
SPECIALS YOU'VE EVER SEEN I iviiMgcd more than 700 urrniul Then are uaually two aide in
mailer of fact. Kchiie :
a
11I ; Mid, 'although a minimum nwn
i
DURING OUR UNBELIVEABLE .ct.llKnia Mill everreaMVt Andtia. that" lo be- her at ctmllli are required, m all
esenm"h
canea, It ti the anwiml of wag
pm* Hill attend the raiTithis 11'n.ngELECTRICAL
or arlf-employnK'nl Imtnii milled
Mai. tjxx 1I1I'1\tIt'd by a fineiivponm that determine hiiw 'h i
HUH ui
i
9 AMAZING DAYS IYes I .I our at'lmililu NtKI".lIy.. We rllrekrtNhound tnipnMxl amlal Ret iecurlty:' bcmflli. a prrwmwill 1 I
! .i; 1 rating lain 'in the SERVICE
our. will hi pkaned. and pk..a- An employee can use his W.2lam
,tfU) surpriwdV ai one mrana of i-hixking" the
wagra repnrti for him In ad I
imrtioii of the rack has been Anything from wiring

dllKin lo lolnl wages earned and
9 Amazing Days to buy high quality merchandise at prices so low we guarantee .'mipli-li' n.III<..II.h'l1. taxnl fur withholding" inirjowihe a house to replac-
you'll be Hi' hkhl) popular Big Q, whhhivt W'.i IIM lId "thimiukii im Pedestrians rtossin at intersection
amazed! You'll find values
amazing in most every department throughout the 1.1 tsar hiuuithl the lilgkiwliwvofli. : 1 1M year auh>xl lo imuil ......ur.IllY } with traffic lights Ing a light bulb
store! Many many items were specially bought at below normal prices In order that we in Monllcello hf.tnr'y. will, and the ainiHint til fiCA taridmlcd > should follow the lights or"walk" I
,
might be able to pass these savings on to youl! Be sure to take full advantage of what ,'" i i.i, nisi IH.ami|, Itl t i''vry SatiirdaM ptrformanoei ? ....'IIril IV)' U\I wage..uby.9 an' tin. 'Imm lomUl and "don't walk" sinals Ike Shepard

has been prepared for YOUI! We always have YOU the customer. In mind and are HI imK/ UK' siilunkiy. nmlinrem.I .In.j of your mlitl *...11'11) in-dii |lose Pedestrians should con
proud to always bring you the VERY SEST In merchandising values at the LOWEST I 'IK Km V) I la the talk of the >enr. The heiknil. liisiimmifoninhultoii sldrr themselves tiaflic units I
*v 'mil t raunfi NIII Amlrlt. "A Ail irKAi' loll fliwncti and take protective measures at
possible pricel ill 'mi fHiw know In to avoid
pavolla eu. "I the HKIHI? KNiinly pro accidents Remember,
of UWO: for a $2 wagein IraniAnyone. In i collision between a pa SHELFER.BLlTCHFURNITURE
THIS BIG SALE STARTS THURSDAY MORNING MAY 28TH AND CONTINUES THRU ,'n' not umimuiion her lad
I desh tan
tan gel a iiatinMnl ol and a vehicle the pa CO.
.
trap' '' IIIIII kut and
SATURDAY. JUNE 6THI! 9 AMAZING DAYS OF SAVINGS TO YOUI HERE ARE JUST A "ir inirnliHllon of the Big year Q wemner 'hi. wNWl? Hiiril) uHlilv: U> dcstrian always\ n. ;3 g MAln 7.IS4)Hti.
I writing In UM nalinnnl ht> ...
FEW OF THE '" SSI.S431
AMAZING VALUES YOU'LL FIND! 1111I11 had? a tingle payoff that Pit In Bultinion If \ou ihange I Warheut Ph. MAIn I T"1100
.., jolla freqiM'nil) it I. <"nprlally| 'inrtant
1'
lime nightly will he 8: 13Hilh .
"> that \'"I check at, cant
the Mlurday nulineri Hart
I LADIES .' every .three year* according Itkihtie
LADIES' COSTUMEJEWELRY uiu{ al U .
tit, More, I ilwn 500 greyhoundi, lnlutting >
\
B.rrf..t t aonie of lite lop onet in A postcard ivqiiem hate ran
'I' r I 1,1"\1111. ,(r... already quartered at he olilaineri ,limn. any tmial' acuhty
sear ,t HALF SLIPS UK' iraik ami iraitire rain are "fill"11111': yoiu ntiirdNifukiilliil
} All ,....1..1, fl.00 I. $5.00 ink'I i oleo (%'lore opening night, i. K MW ,'I'II! .In''
,. US- track il!? have moue than t-k your nsonl non you you I
With 2 sad 1 ltr V.lu
Val..... In .......r colon 'Hi' tpi)IM.llld. and they wllkreiiHin must ilu this MmmrllKehoe ,
U $5.SSI hi re thmuiihout the aeaannH urgeit anj-niie having
nad l.rrtfia..lusl
qiNKtlimi admit *..i.1| arnirily lu
Kit In I'UMh Hlth the lallaliMiweeMNUI
YOUR CHOICE SALE PRICE \1m IKK AMRI IAV'E5 Sec urIty Office, UM tfleilxmo .
I nuinl'r li :':2-3)IS, and
$1.00 Each vm Manmho, Portiijul An Inc imiilrle| hy mull or prnmnalvlalt
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2 For $1.00 nmhulanr* carrying Mr*. AugiM- the aiklnvi la 3IM! W Jet
'.. I IHHIITO. who had tuffiredi a terra Slreet
WHILE THEY LAST i notion log, in a hospital 71: "',.... Man thla of
s 1 % away ,'ra'"''11 at II roundni a n.: will rrpmenlailv:; b* al" the OairthiuiNt In; f
urn A arroihl anibiilanii waiilliil Qulra. each Monday nl every
SEAMED Mil H overturned when II mall) fnun > !U a m (nil noon,
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED werd (o mite' a car The Ilili Jamhulanv leI .""t.. pension. In filing a claim
Bedspreads maple It In the In*. ,or wanting Miry Information ......- 14 WMtlWoihlnqlon SicMillan
FAMOUS WATCHES petal whin' rinctnii acid ilk paHi ,reining inrial aerurlly tnattrn f
ft' V.,y*....,.<3g -4SLJCaV'S'Ktzzztzxi -nt w. In an ..I/'f'ml'l ly IrrlUilml .

fer L.di..d M... New t..... .,. all bread new : tfM "',." ...*$ $> I mnlilkinrnlillrlaiu. At (he rurrriil rale, lU per R, X. Shaw

and are fall* ....,....... by tk* manufacturer ..d .,'. ,.,.I.r $8..9, $109 ,t *r*< t"v'> : : < ,enl of all umlnl drlnken arc
..".Hadten'.l YeuMI find ..-..... calendar .., SI2... .,N'". I. .... '\VlV / IntorvaU* xi appeal' In yourmlfiiih rtminicd for ulrrtHillmn.. ? ")'I 'the
medel?." waterpreef sport med.l.? aad diamend i ..ll f.r the ;. I.. IIIwitch. / art arpkiiig yourtrite. Inrlda Alnihiilie' Ri-halMlitatkm )
j .. Tke.e arc f.et.ry list priced np I* $8S,00 prlc I ef :.f 'IiVi; fi I '. ..III- "_ .
i bal B.Ik.Hndion bets|. ,..... fi.. ...eh.. t. ,.. wM II.
al th. .unk.ard I.. pnc. .f Just t $3.99 >:\ ,


Just $29.88 plus tax WHILE THEY LAST There's more to this bread



1 SPECTACULAR 3 than good looks. .


PIECE GOODS :; "

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itra tpMlal !' In plc* iMd.l N w U Ik* e4s
t time to it.ck up :: m.t.rlal. Lr n.m.r '.wi>|lLlitcn l \\
{ :
lo few ( tk *I| M| i

(a) O.. I.r.. ,..,. .! drip tj or.... .nu.ta." '
<...... I. print ..d ttlift In 2 I* 10 yards .
l..ttk> Mlliif .. th* belt up I. ... a yard? CIRLS'
I 0... 1,000 ,.....* I. ch.x. ,...1 Sal priced .! GIRLS'
SLEEPWEAR
3 Yards $1.00
Dacren aid Celten

I (k) O.. ....I. .f P.tll rl l Pi, .. .mi Wklt Special parch..1 SALE f.....
BrMdclotk at ..I.! .. ,. ... a jtri Sal* ,.Ic.d{ .! name Girl.' .1..".... le .ell Kick PUelSKIRTS 41 "

t n ',acU.. ., It. erlfinal 4
Yd'
39c taUel Specially ....|... fir I
itt1.,
(t) O.. .itr l ler(. '."1. ., ....rI.l. with ?.I.! .. ,..i. event I All D.cre./Nj.lenCeltea .
tlmxl !.. f......... I. Jxnk l I I. this Mrtncil f.. ...1 ....... 1 t air

'...11 fi.Jl 1. c.ws.d "r..del11 I. ,ri..., Jet. wear! You'll f.ndl C.pri., 51... 7.M. 1.9*. 1 t
and ..ri,.... 2. D..... and C..... In print, .t,;,.. Skert P.j.m.t, 51.." C..,". R.f.l.rly
..tI ..lid.. 3. Printed ..u.. uleen I. dr... a.d Shift Cow., .... Reiul.rlr. In ,..1.1? s.1.,.. C..) ..d
shift ,..._.. 4. C.... r..i...., dr... ,ri.... Mlliaf f... 13 99 t. IS Ml? ,
Value? .. this table' If belt feed ....101 be up I. Si>.. 3 UI? Very ..rr.peclal w.arahl.I..mw.r. ten
$1.71 a yard, but .h... a,. .per .,..i.1 ..le fer this .ale enlyl I -4 .? -
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priced al 12 77 .h F
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Sale Price $2.77
2 For
2 Yards $1.00 $5.00

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CANNON BETTER BEDSPREADS r fA

T..... ... ,..... .... .,.,..oIe ..Ui., I. lint *..lily r .
BATH TOWELS fr*. |Itt 1. ..2.... Tkee* are very .lifkl Imp.rl..te
IJ and are eilra .,..1" ...,. al
Lar|. .ia. 21 ,40. 1* ..11..., I.. /
99 Each -
,....1..*. T..... are 1. ariP..d Just S5. -
.lid. and ,....lar ..I... In 55. t\ I c ,


3'For'"$1.00 f IMPORTEDF:LINENS ,: j -


Yeu'lt find stitch, embreldery Iwerk luackee* '_" .,
I. all in... L..h_. 5.1., Embreidery Plata. Mat 5.,.. rThere's
M SQUARE Tea Set., Hand Drawn Pillew CaM Set., plui I ma.y,
many mere! Valne. U IS.tt a Ml -. Tbei* an..p.clall7UNBLEACHED
MUSLIN fecdferbrldteprla*.)

Just $2.99 A Set

Bait Quality. At a ...1... .. ,..1 fcs-Wr 21. a yard?
STOCK UP NOW at -
BOyS' SUMMER

5 Yards for $1.00 stoaT

.e SHIRTS

', C) s".' s...... PUin
FULL aad Batten D.". C.?-
'l.". *'... J **.. I
ROOM SIZE RUGS ZOo R.nl.rl, 1.99k
fC ... SI_b .P w_
honest-to-goodness
Siae m 12 (.at ."",*.1..".>. Br..*.M ...... .It / 'tw SALE betkte-e.b.PRKt I eating enjoyment
.. .kid Uua bnck. Cpore. N 124....
'i..h New yen wlfc... ..... a '.11.... aia* rag al ,......,.. wrin.l r J S 1.00 Each I in Batter Whipped'Sunbeam Bread!

Special at $16.77
LADIES' ANDCHILDREN
LADIES .S

NUn CASUALSHOES Take a bite here's bread the way bread should be! Honest-to-


FOAM LATEX PILLOWS SLIPS goodness bread flavor, tender texture and extra freshness, all In

,.... ....w. Iipp.r Wide MM 1" U nuey ..,..... ef ..nMldeol
f... lat.r. N. sIuss odw1.1. ,.
tick eoaiI, root......aDer''I."-L.1' .J." ....L.. to*. 32 42. s1. ..1...,.....- !.."Rive M .t feruw. ,.... one delicious loaf. It's Batter Whipped, our way of assuring\ you

SAL PRICE ..I,. SALE PRICE: OT Lie U ....f
SALE PRICP ye I there's more to this bread than good looks. loU morel I
2 for $5.00 $2.97 Each
$2. 7 ea. or $1.00 Pair .



MEN'S SUMMER 0-. A Cat... LADIES'
LACIU' SUMMER unbea
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SPOilT SEERSUCKER READT.TO JAMAICA ARA"fF:

i1eGI/L.
SHIRTS SEERSUCKER WEAR SHORTS '. l.r laatfa freaFff baer!


I ...... ....... I aed Ar.fl and Cetle.SEERSUCKER .......n, redneed fW I. ....- city!:a All Ralaae.J Netrftl.o tar besltbyr bOdie.I ; r p
the ....1 See ..ten !. eki.n 1f.m.Yxil .
eevere
peck.... Ref...." 1 M ITewd.v

...h. Sleek .p n feed In lilt aid ..... ........... .t*.*.*..*V4* ef.Wee f.ibleeeU*..d eU.Ipertewenr .* nn ....want k.d le e< *Ike een t,.e*, T.at.4 fH.stLS ajga.at! s

..,.., newl G ...... el ...... Keh ..... tl." rod..... .....1 '.-i.' I." I

.... Maims a pert III J .. It ,eri loa THIS SAUl .

....- SALE PRICE
SALE PRICE SALE PRICE

77c Yard by 250
a
2 for $3.00 $1.00 Pair .'-_. tto..lp ..... 01 Cwr..r.r r.. twat'

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I ,UK Alt CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY.. .. ,_ FLORIDA. THURSDAY.! MAY 28, 196CWOMEN'S _


Centenary WSCS Woman's Club Brunch Given


PAGE Installs OfficersThe 1 .President Names For Bride-elect

,', 'Jo : Mr*. Frank Smith, Jr. and her
Woman's Society of Christian New ChairmenMrs.
Service of Centenary Methodist mother Mrs. W. Potter Wood
Church held Its regular business Clinton Bassett, presidentof bery of Havana entertained witha
Person having Item of soda nature are urged to caD .
and program meeting Monday the Quincy Woman's Club has delightful Brunch at the Jefferson
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAiD 7-8503 afternoon, May 29 at 1.30 named heads and
department House Friday morning at
.................................... .................nn.........n.. In The the sanctuary meeting was of the called church.to..order 'committee chairmen. They are: ten thirty In honor of Miss Judy

by the president Mrs. C L. American Home, Mrs. L L. Willis Woodward, bride elect. Snap
Owenby, after which the group ; Conservation, Mrs. Henry dragons, verbena and larkspur
sang "Lord Speak To Me That J In shade ot pink centered the
Faulk Affairs, Mrs.
Community ,
ff % ; table. Place card featured
a
6 May Speak, with Mr L L. WUUi -
at the piano. Mm. T A. Ferguson 4i W N. Falrcloth; Education, Mist bridal motif.Hydrangeas.
led in prayer, Sara May Love; International Affairs were at other
Mrs. J. L. Bedenbaugh the recording Mrs. J. L. Bedcnbaugh; point of interest In the dining
secretary, read the minutes Public Affairs, Mrs. Fred Kibil- room
of the April meeting, after ka; Social, Mrs. LanIer Richard'son The hostesses gave the honoree
which the treasurer, Mrs. F. P. ; Youth Conservation, Mrs. M. china a* a memento of tills occasion.
Williams, gave her monthly re- s D. Walker; Budget and Finance, .
tr Mrs Robert Hall and Mrs. Harold
port.Circle s"a BevIs; Rural Urban, Mrc. Har Among the 1) guest weremothers
reports were given by bert Gregory; Scrap Book Mrs of the engaged couple
the circle chairmen Mrs. R. D. Woodward, Jr. and
Fred Moon; Publicity, Mrs LanIer
The new officers, secretariesand Richardson and Mrs N. F. Fain; Mrs. Herbert Gregory and grandmothers
committee chairmen were GFWC Magazine, Mrs. Robert ,, Mrs. Pat Munroe and
Jt then Installed by the Rev. E. Freeman; Bible Division, I In. Mrs. It. D. Woodward, Sr.
Nub Phllpot minister of Centenary Guy Wade.
Methodist Church, with an impressive Luncheon For
ceremony. lie used a*
I Ms scripture St Mark 14: 39. Bivins-Cohron
Mr. Phllpot read the purpose of Miss WoodwardMrs.
the Woman's Society and the Wes-
r Engagement
Phil McMullen. Mrs. War.
leyan Service Guild and also theCoals'
.. J 'that we are to use for ren Higdon and daughter Mrs.
.
"""- ... 1964-1 MI. I yb Announced Bill Smith entertained with a
beautiful luncheon In honor of
INSTALLATION New officer of the Quincy Woman' Club for the coming He commended the women for Mr. and Mrs. Hlldred home Miss Judy Woodward,, bride electat
care front row, left to right: Mrs. Fred Klbllka 4th vice president, Mrs. E. Nash Phil the excellent work done the past of 3509 Flckas Road, Evans- the home of the former. Mixed

pot- let vice president, Mrs. Clinton Baiiett president, Mrs. W. N. Falrcloth 2nd year.Those Installed were Presi ville, Indiana of their, announce daughter the, Shirley engagement spring flowers with daisies of pre Interest
dominating at
were point
vice president; back row, left to right: Mrs. Joseph Mathls of Panama City District H dentMrs.. Carl Owenby; vice Jean to the Rev. Wllgurn Lee Cards marking the places
Director installing officer, Mrs. LanIer Richardson 3rd vice president Mrs. irestdcnt- Miss Marguerite Hen- Cohron, ton of Mr. and Mrs. JesseW. of the IS guest were of a bridal

lames Watt*- corresponding secretary, Mrs. Tracy Riddle- recording secretary, drix; recording secretary- Mrs.J. zeal Cohron of Pensacola. Mr. motif.
Cohron, Paul
L. a graduate ot St.
Mrs. Henry Faulk parliamentarian, and Mrs. A. W. Flake- historian. Photo by Mrs. F.Bedenbaugh P. Williams; ; treasurer-secretaries Mm Sandra Olivia WarrenMr. College, St. Paul, MInn., servedIn The hostesses gave bliss Woodward

: Photo Studio & Flower Shop. and committee chairmen, promotion and Mrs. Raymond Edward Warren of Jacksonville. 1961 a* assistant pastor to the : place mat as a memento

Mrs. Tracy Riddle; Christian formerly of Quincy, announce the* engagement of their Rev. W. E. Gamblln in Jackson, of this delightful party.

Pilots Honor Miss EdwardsTo Bridge Club Meets I Bates social, Jr.;relations missionary Mrs.education M. B. daughter Sandra Olivia, to Walter Harvey Sharron Jr., listic Miss.field He has since been then.In Miss the evange Blvins of Among the betrothed the guests couple were, Mr mother*. R.

With Mrs. Gregory Mrs. Ray Lester; student son of Mr and Mrs. Harvey Sharron of Graceville, flor- Is a member of the Gospel Echoes D. Woodward Jr. and Mrs. Har-
Mrs. Holley Be MarriedIn Mr. Lewis Gregory enl4rtaJnedl work- Mrs. Keith Hampton and ida. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Graceville High Trio. The wedding will be an bert Gregory and grandmothers,
her bridge club at the Jefferson Mrs. Frank Taylor; youth work- School She attended the Florida State University Schoolof event of June 19 at 8 o'clock In Mrs. Pat Munroe, Mrs. R. D.
Mr Holley, who ha the Woodward,, Sr. and Mrs. D. A.
Gladys Pentecostal
Church
Mrs.
ArkansasThe E. Nash Philpot, chlldren'swork of Evansville -
senior the ol f
House Wednesday afternoon. Colorful Music and 1* presently a at University Ind. Butler of Havana.
recently been made Governor of Mrs. Wayne Buttram; literature All friends and rela
District 4, Pilot Club Internatlonal marriage of Miss Sylvtan seasonal flowers were at t and publications Mrs. Florida where she i I. a language art major. Mr. Sharron fives are Invited.

was the honoree at a beautifUl Jo-Ann Edward M Larry EU/llllli i Interest point. J. A. Snell; spiritual life- Mrs i* a graduate of Graceville High School and of the University Party Honors

reception given by the Quincy Melton which had been planned, Mrs. Marcus Shelter who won Carl Fryer; supply Mrs. Ralph of florida. He i* a member of Florida Blue Key Party Given For
1:30 until for 7:30: Thursday evening, June high score was awarded a double Porter; custodian Mrs. W. B. and of Phi Gamma Delta Social Fraternity. He 1* now Miss BrownMrs.
Pilots Sunday from : I Suber, Mrs. G. W. Byrd and Mrs.I. .
4 at the Forest HIU Methodist deck of cards. attending graduate school at the University of Florida. Miss MiddletonMrs.
e:30 o'clock at the Jefferson J. Davidson; pianist Mrs. L.L. H. C. Munroe and her
House. Church has been chanced. The 12 player were served t Willis and Mrs. E. B. Wood. The wedding will be an event of August 14. Clayton Hanney enter mother, Mrs. J. A. McCormac en'tertalned

Member of various service Due to a job transfer of the dessert preceding the game. I bery, Jr.; local church activities tamed with an afternoon party with a bridge party Saturday

club and friends were invited. groom.to-be, a small ceremony! Club At I Mrs. T. R. Smith; publicity Misc. Shower JuniorSeniorProm Saturday In honor of Miss Mary night In honor of Miss Kalh-
Mrs.
Wednesday -- Fred Klbilka fellowship
; Middleton, bride elect. crime Brown, who has moved to
has! been : In the .
panned
A of beautiful spring presenceof Mr*. Karl
profusion Heythekker, Mrs. Columbus, Ga.
A Lovely
Fletcher HomeMrs. highlight of the arrange!
living room
powers were effectively used In the bride' Immediate family, Adrian Fletcher entertained A. D. Sapp and Mrs. Fain Embry.: For Miss Mercer Held At decorations was a coppertone menu of late spring flowers were
the decorations, with daisies, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Manna Jr. her fourth Wednesday bridge Memberahlp.M. Ralph Per- pitcher of day lilies In shades of at focal points in the party rooms. I f
kips : Miss Vera Mercer bride elec
,
mums, glad and Easter lilies pre of Quincy. The wedding will club at her home this week. Early I Willis; !parliamentarian Mr*. L. :: Sawano ClubThe yellow, gold and bronze Pink Mrs. J. E. Gilbert, who won
dominating.Punta I take place In Arkansas.CARD summer flower from her garden nominating commit- was the honroee at a lovely role glad and wild hydrangea center'sot high score, was awarded a lingerie
cookie and coffee were' and potted plant were in the tee- Mrs. Hal Fletcher and Mrs, rellaneous ihower Tuesday evening Junior-Senior Prom wa an the living room mantel. An arrangement bag. Holder of low, lurs.
served from a beautifully appointed OF THANKS party room.. W. L. Montague at 7:30 o'clock, given b y event of Friday night at the Sa of Shasta daisies completed Horace C. Curry received a box
table.A May we extend our heartfelt Winner of high and bingo received Orcle chairmen are Circle, Mrs. Bill Tappan. wano Club. The them" was, the decor of this room. of soap. The honoree was remembered >
hundred guest called during thank to those of you who expressed novelties 1- Mrs.George Bates; Circle 2Arrangements. of artificial: I "Walk on the Wild Side. The dining table was centered with personal article,
the designated! hour* to congratulate : so many At conclusion pf three progres Mrs. J. B. lljgdon; Circle 3- lowers and potted plant were al> In the background of the ballroom by an epergne of rose, larkspur At conclusion I of three progressions
Mrs. Holley. I yourways during our recent stuns the hostess served an attractive Mrs. A. B. Blackburn; Circle 4- focal! points In the living room. there were scene from the bridal wreath and daisies the hostess served the 12
bereavement. Your kindnesses party plate to the 12 Mn. M. B. Bates, Jr.; Circle 5The table was covered with a I French Quarter In New Orleans. On one end was the punch bowl players a dessert and coffee. Candy
Planning your work 1* good, : have meant much to us. members. Iced drinks were pasted Mrs. R. B. Lester Jr; Circle 6- lace cloth. On one end of the I On end from which the beaten daughter i and iced drink were passed
but._doing it is much better. _.The family of Joseph E Poston during the game. Mr*. Everett Morrow; Circle 7 table was a huge white umbrella I one was a large white t Mm. Joseph E. Hitchcock, Jr I during the pme.I .
__ and 8- Mrs. Ralph Porter and under which the gifts were placed house with balcony flanked by a Jacksonville, poured. Trays of
Circle B- Mr*. L. L. Wllli On the other end was an arrangement garden on each side. Urns ol dainty sandwiches, bridal cookies, I The alcoholic Is greatly upset
I of gardenia greenery' and colorful flowers nuts and mint were also on the by little things. Hea typically
were featured In these. A table. much more sensitive to cnticlm,
Monday Clubs Meets simulated
C L.
In the bridal Mrs.
games rejection, etc. than is the
As t memento of anger ,
brick the
wall was in front of occasion,
F1ar/-&one/'J Mrs. Sewers and Mrs. Paul Moses were
l' With Barnett the non-alcoholic, the Florida Alcoholic
the house. There were paintings honoree received a throw rug says -
f the winners.Cookies
.Ira. Edgar Barnett was hostessto prize of all the famous restaurant of Among the 18 guests were Rehabilitation Program.
her Monday night bridge club nuts and Cokes were New Orleans and sign directing mothers of the couple, Mrs. W. E
this week. Day lilies in various served. one to them. Middleton and Mrs. Morri Saber Distinguish between the talk of
shades of :yellow and rose were I The honoree received many The refreshment table In the your community and the truth.

GIFTSfor at interest point pretty and useful gilts. :lounge was covered by a greenlinen Hospital Report
Mis Ma Gregory was high cloth and centered by a
SCOT winner and received a novo Party Given For large pottery cat, flanked by two May 19 May 25 Insurance Center \
elty. Mrs. Huston Roger held mugs holding nasturtium Admissions- Mrs. Elizabeth
second high and her prize was a A combo from the junior class White, Mrs. Ellen C. Walsh, Mrs. 1121 West Jefferson If
the girl graduates decorated tray. Engaged CoupleMr. was composed of Pat Farmer, Berne Nordhaus W. L. Gilbert,

Gue-t playing with the club and Mrs. Ashley Winston, trumpet Walter Dover, guitar Mrs. Margaret Brown Raymond PATTHOMASINSURANCE
were Mrs. Jay Chamberlain, Mrs Poitevlnt Sr entertained In theirhome Tommy Smith, drums. Pat Farm Scott, Dyal Dolan, Bernard U
BLOUSES thru Size 34 Lanier Richardson, Mrs Pierce, at 1647 Sharkey St., Tallahassee {, er was master of ceremonies. Young, Mrs. Delores Thara, Mrs.
( William and Mill beg Payne. with a supper party Saturday Connta Sinift sang "St. Louis Bernice Woodward Mrs Sena INC.Lou .
Following three progressions the, evening, May 23 for MIss I Blues Marie lrrr. Mrs. Ida Lolly. Mrs. 1
w' hostess served the: 12 playachicken I Carol Presnell! and John Shelter and Patsy Stella Cooper. Qulncy: Mrs Ella
SKIRTS thru Jr. Size 13 salad sandwiches, nSteven Dean whose marriage will wt1wr: a modern jazz num James Hlnson. Randy Lynn Jackson,
null and coffee frappe. iced be an event of June 11. ber to the tune of the theme Moore, Mrs. Mary 8'One I
Yawn, Havana
drink were ; Mrs. Irene Ward,I
passed during the
The delicious supper was served song.Many Lee Martin, G'boro;; Mrs Hazel
game.
on the patio which was decorated other outstanding presentation Johnson James Gregory, Hot-
SLEEPWEAR BEACHWEARPAJAMAS with colorful flower and were given during the ford; Mrs. Eula RUM, Chart-
Bailey Home Scene I reenery. The table was overlaid evening and dancing enjoyed. hoochee: J. E. Ranew, Sneads; Means
Of Bridge Club Meeting with a white linen cloth Pat Farmer had charge of Dan Wade Gretna and Vernon T. Stop
BEACH BAGS Mrs. Lamar I Huge hurricane lamps were on PI'Og'lll1Betty Ann Shelfer was Bell 1, Tallahassee. Complete Service I
Bailey entertainedher >
bridge club each end of the table with miniature chairman of decorations, Mary BIRTHS: Mr. and Mr*. E. B
GOWNS BEACH HATS Tuesday night hurricane lamps serving as Martha Brown
Mixed, late Spring flower were Massey had charge of girl May 22. DIAL 627.7151
I place card for the ten guests food, general co-chairmen
were
NIGHT SHIRTS SWIM WEAR at game Interest she served points.a Preceding dessert.Mr the irenent. Patsy Wood and Betty Ann Shelf Envy and jealousy eat out one'ssoul QUINCYTHINK I
Mr. and Mrs James It. Pres- '
*. Pat Hlgdon' Jr. was high of the bride-elect, er. _and_warp_one_s_ personality. I
nt'U parents The
Juniors
thru Size 34 or Ladle Small score winner and Mrs. Wind and Senior and
Rldlrhoover, low. They were special guests.The teachers present had a wonderful
were
couple was presented a 1
awarded novelties. evening and this will be remem-
pair of boudoir lamps at a memento bead as one of the best Junior-
BINKIES and DORM SHIRTS of the occasion. Senior Proms of all time. I !


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NYLON and SEERSUCKER Miss Sandra Martin bride elect Mr. Cecil Butler, her daughter
was the Inspiration jar a lovely Wr*. Luther Hook. Havana and
linen shower IIYI'.Iby Mrs. W. R.Blgble Mr*. Fred Butler of Tallahassee 1 SUMMER IS HERE AND---
and Mrs. C. W. Butler entertained with a beautiful
EATI Saturday afternoon at the home uneheon Saturday in honor ol THE MOTHS
of the latter. Mixed spring flowers Miss Judy Woodward, bride elect,I ARE AT WORK.
were effectively arranged in at the home of the former. Mixed
the party ronm day lilies highlighted the family
Girls'SIZZLERS During the afternoon several room. Roses were effectively arranged
bridal game were played and In the living and dining STOREYOUR
winners awarded prizes. rooms. I
The hostesses served dainty An Hawaiian theme was used
I party sandwiches potato chips, in the table decorations. An
decorated cake squares, nuts and orange colored fringed linen cloth
ClrIa.DRESSES covered the table. Wooden flgur- FURS & WOOLENSIN
Reduced 25% to 40% Miss
Martin received many useful Inn formed the centerpiece.
MN 4! tae'.uN and beautiful gifts on this Place card were of shell with
occasion. the name handpalnted. I QUINCY'S
BOYS'ONE Mitt VOl See Your Dover Among the 15 guests were The hostesnes gave the honoree OWN
Snag y-M.cripao.T. \l.. mothers of the couple Mrs Dan two wooden bowls u memento
Martin and Mrs. Clyde Butler. ol this delightful party.'
GROUP Among the 18 guests were LITTLEFORT
IReq. I Because alcoholism an ill- mothers of the couple, Mrs. R. D.
SHIRT and SHORT SETS F. P. May nets, It know no class barriers Woodward, Jr.. Mr. and Mr*.
It can strike anyone, anytime. Harbert Gregory and grandmothers :
Drug Co. Help Is available from the FlorIdaAlcoholic : Mrs. Pat Munrot. Mr*. R. D.
Rehabilitation Program, Woodward, Sr. and Mr*. D. A. KNOXFIREPROOF
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" :Morning Party A y-n. W e1.e..al..a.t nleel..e.rt Mrs. Maurice Owens

Is Hostess At Bridge

PAGE ,; Fletcher Home Mr*. Maurice Owen entertained -

her bridge club and an extra
For BridestobeThe A w I r. w 7F table of players *t I luncheon

Persons having Items oi nodal nature arc urged to call I country home of the Edward 1 1x e1.+ Wednesday at her Lake Talqiiln
Fetchers Greensboro was t1i.
near cottage. Fruit and greenery were
I Mi. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 the setting for a lovely morning
at point of Interest.
,party Saturday from 10.M until
Following lunch the group en-
12:00. given" by Mrs. Fletcher .
honoring Miss Mary Middleton joyed playing bridge. Mrs. Kenneth *

Friday Bridge Alumnae Assoc.At Luncheon For and Miss Judy Woodward, brides .' ,e Maxwell, a guest, won high
I elect and Mr*. Wilson Hiflson recent ,. ...Ji wore Another guett playing

Winners Named. LuncheonThe Miss MiddletonMiss bride of April. uth 'the club, Mm,. Fierce WU-
Greeting the guost at the .doorwere : < Mama held low.
Winner at the Friday night I Alpha Delta PI Alumnae Mary Middleton. bride Mrs. Mom Suber and In ...... : Memben of the hostess' Wednesday
duplicate bridge club at the Garden -Association of Quincy enjoyed a elect of John Suber, was the honoree Max Fletcher. I. ) dub remained overnightat
Center were Mra. Douglass luncheon at the Jefferson .House at a beautiful luncheon The Fletcher home was attraeUvcly ; .' the lake.
Friday. This Is an annual affair Thursday when Mr*. Pat Sober decorated using tushl / .
Brooks and Col. Dexter Lowery, during the month of May, whichII Mrs. Dick Suber and Mrs. W. B. pink and purple In the receptionroom 'kil :: Canasta EventOf
tint, Mrs. J. A. Stiles cmd Mrs. Founders Day Month. Suber entertained for her at the A fan hapcd arrangement .1 !"r Party
Katherine Brunch, second Mrs. Purple violet In white pots borne of the former A swim wa of fusrua, glade, lavender ) I Tuesday Night
W. P. Nest and Mrs. John Qiaffln spanned the length of the table enjoyed in the pool after which pom pours and purple mum planed I. : : Mn. II C. fWl"'h8Jd her
third and Mr. and Mn. Hugh ,Place cards were highlighted by lunch was served on the patio. on tho foyer mantel complemented .1.'se r-e y0 eW 111I''' i mother, Mn. J. A. McGormaontertalned
ha.idpalnted violet, made by Mr*. Colorful flowers and shrubbery the colon In the oriental with a canasta party
Smith fourth. I'Tracy Riddle, the new presidentof formed an Ideal setting. paper paneling of the background. .I INSTALLATION SERVICE for the Order of Rainbow Girls, Washington Auembly 70, \iemtay night at their I home. OlvM -
There will be no more duplicate the association. Mrs. JamesMahaffey During the afternoon the group was held Sunday May 17 at the Masonic Tempi. Shown from left to right are: : spring powers were: point I 1'1'of '
game held until\ September, Mr. I 1* the outgoing president enjoyed playing bridge The tiered mantel of the living Interest In the living and
Maria Hamrick Faith; Connie Bowman Hope; Phyllis Spears Worthy Advisor:
and Mn. The hostesses presented the inlng room and T V room./
Douglass Brooks an. Lavender and purple hydrangeawere cookbook room held twin arrangement in Pam Cogglns, Worthy Associate Advisor; and Kay Bassett Charity. Photo by Photo
nounced. They wish to express bride elect a as a memento hogarth line of fushlh glade asters Whiners of high and low setnearcrnhed
appreciation to the various business in the at room.another interest point of this delightful partyCupperParty pom poms and mums. Other, Studio & Flower Shop. u ___ _. perwnal articles: .
establishment that Rave There are 33 members of the arrangement in these colon emptuuized .1------ --i At concnuHm:: or threeprigt'ee-
articles to be used for door prizesfor sorlety In Qulncy Those attendIng For the aqua, purple and Tues. BreakfastFor I Tftlhlwarr! I II MI Ion* the hontmnes ten'ed straw
berry chiffon pie< toasted mini
the recent local duplicate the luncheon were Mn. Ned white of the room. I June I Is registration deadline smut coffee
benefit game held. They are, Hinson, Mrs. E. S. Blake, Mrs. Mrs. The dining table wa overlaid and all Scouts are urged to rl'i'I.tpr Cora Colas
Stickney passed during
Hint Trading Co., Moon Jewelry -Ben Duncan, Mrs James Mahaf I! with an aqua linen cloth and crn Bride-elect early. the were
,. Shelfer-Bitch. Seadron CigarCo. fey, Mrs C R. Shaw, Jr. Mrs. Mrs Morgan Stickncy, who Is tered with a crystal tiered com, Mil. frxiclas Owens and Mrs. Trnt.Ii1111111I are being made giuneATONKJl
Crouch'i Drug Store. May'lDroi J. Frank Smith, Jr., Mrs M. N. leaving Quincy to make her homein pot holding deep pink rose buds i W. D. Bell entertained with a to provide tran-nortmlon. by chartered FOR RINK
Co., Bell and Bates Hardware Drew, Mrs. Cantey Higdon. Mrs.John India was the honoree at a and gypsophllla under which
breakfast Tuesday morning in bus from Tallahassee toLoop Ferrara, Italy Lawyers hand
Co., Merrill, Budd Char, Hinson, Mn. Don Eisenhart, delightful buffet IUppl'r-brldgP stood a china bride and groom' honor of Miss Judy Woodward, b ( l'lone.'r.i.3011'l. llna the estate of Marts MagrinUho
Carraway Shoe Store A. L. warm Mn. Edwin Embry Mrs. TracyRiddle party Thursday evening at 1 A silver compote holding a troll the
bride elect, at the horn of died at M were Instructed to
Co., Gadwlen Office tquip- Jefferson House arrangement of deep blue and
Mrs. Windle Rlddlchoov- clock at the ,
lornipr rttee-
Pink mars were send nearly $1,1 0Ith0( to Pope
ment, Douglass Brooks Mn er, Mr*. M. B. Bate, Mrs. Lamar Hostesses were Mr*. Don Norby. purple grape topped with a lively arranged In the living and 'aul VI and the Roman OUmlioC'hul't'h. \
Roma Horton, Cherokee Circle Munroe, Jr. and Mrs. Ellinor. Mn. Frank Higgtni, Mn. Richard china love bird wa used on the
i'lace cards ,
dining room wereof r Th former who had
Mr*. Lanier Richardson, Magnolia Peter, M... Charles Turner andMn. buffet opposite tall silver candelabra bridal ? no
design.Hie urvtvlng relatives, said In Inswill
Circle and Amarylls Garden Circle Adrian Anderson. holding white tapers.
Coke For !It'nm.'u presented a that he wished to atone for
Party Mixed spring flowers were it I Coffee wa served by Mrs. Hut- fruit Juice art as a memento of Girl Scout Mr and Mr Tracy Riddle and its sins
focal points in the dining bert Gregory and Mr*. Ned lUn ,
1'00I1\.1 the occasion children plan to visit her mother -
Mrs. Fletcher HostessAt Miss Middleton Following supper three son at appointed noun from a the 15 NewsThe Mm C. II. Iliinney In Wllll-

Bridge Club Meeting Mn Pasco Strickland and her,sions of bridge wore )'proKl'f'l'1 silver service at one end of held the mother Among of the couple 1 gateau, Mr*. R.WIT DWoodward. tin this weekend. Positive Protection
\ Silver
M. N. Drew, who' won dining table. tray
Mn. Maxwell Fletcher entertained daughter Mrs. Billy Freeman entertained 1 was awarded a bottle of IICO'I: party foods consisting of miniature Jr. end Mn. llarbcrtGngnry Girl Scout Onuncll of the Mr. and Mr. Jack McMillan
her Wednesday afternoon with t delightful Coca fume. Mn. John Bywater kId cinnamon buns dainty blueberry and grandmother, Mn: Apalachee IIt.od1'11I operate a amt children. lIJ1I'nt till weekend at Against TERMITES!
bridge club with a beautiful Cola party Friday morning from low and received a novelty. muffins, cheese bisquet, Pat Munrw. Mr*. R. D. Wood- one-week residence ramp ti>>> be llmuma Qty Ikwh.
luncheon yesterday at her home In 10 until II o'clock! In honor of I The hostesses presented the I cocktail sausage and plnwhce want Sr. and Mr D. A. Butler known as CAMP I'lONKKK nearKryRtnnp Dr. and Mn. J. Nelson Hold-
Greensboro. Colorful flowers from Miss Mary Middleton, bride elect honoree a personal srttclc on, and ribboned sanjwlctrs. The teacart Havana. Height during the week claw of Greenville S. C returnedhome
the hostess' garden were at points: An array of rose were at pointsof this occasion. held crystal and silver compote -- , of Interest In the attractive homo. Interest In the living and din- I of melon ball and drawjerrie Misc. ShowerFor Camp Ildtnvr\ will provide a with Mr. and Mrs L U, McMil
Following a delirious luncheon Ing rooms. A vase of sweetheart Ian and other relatlveaMr i $
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world of mlvmtune and
the girls enjoyed three roses was the highlight of Juniors SeniorsAt KinpuiK
of bridRe.Mason. progressions -the living room decorations. Roiies The family room of the home Miss PresnellMiss fun fur Uu Fly-up Brownie, *. Annette Urnwldn and *.on
'were also on the mantel and coffee Breakfast carried out a deep blue and aqua Junior, Cadette and Seniors of New Orleani La, are her
table. scheme, Massive arrangementsof I Lynda Carol Presnell from throughout the Omrvll'i ihw to the Illnem and death at
Music I The dining table, which was Miss Martha May and Mia glade and blue and white by. bride elect of Steven Dean was !tourtwn county jurlwllctlon her mmhrr Mrs. henry Wets
covered by a white cutwork cloth Mary Temple Rude entertainedwith draiigeas In brass containers were he honoree at a lowly mlserlamiius I Tine will be iHi| irtuiiltlil to Ix-rg Sr.
COMPANY I was centered by an epergne of a breakfast following the placed on tho bookcase manic shower Thursday rvrnMR swim, hike, slug dame. cnnk outoNtnun Mr and Mn Halt Ottlnger, of riiitwi. UMHIM
I pink roses. Silver trays of open Junior Senior l'rom Friday at the snit harvest table. Mrs. W M. May 21, when Mr*. Getelbythrcsa work on bllAl1ell'a- Allnnla were here Stir tlv funertlol \ I | 1.1.15 lid
U E. Washington Street face, heart shaped chicken salad Sawano Club The group of 60 Smith and Mrs. Canley Iligdim and her daughters, manes du arts and crafts. Girls Mn. Henry Wrlnherg Tuemlay <>,im. a n dn\
PIANOS ORGANS ,sandwiches, pin wheel sandwiches young people gathered at the served or.iniw juice from a giver Mlur* Carol and Hobby Jean, will i plan and carry out l ramp They spent several slays at their .."y limit n lh<... d.Noettw/ .m
cheese straws, cookies and a home of Mnrtha's paints, Mr. punch bowl surrounded by I'liythress entertained ror1I'r program with the help of truliied home tin Jeffenum Klirrt. ft. It |rttu tiav* vnur txhllvcl mtkuilrtw
and Mn fount where evergreens and deep blue hydrangeas Die scene of the party wa the staff! and will leant to live .:. I >PMI|, Wulmiitil/Kl "fnmurt.
Band Instrumentsand bowl of luscious strawberries and May camp I*..|M| Iu"' ..... Wlm.nlt.4
powdered sugar were also on the breakfast was served at 12:30.: in the center of a kiw mine of the hnslesws near Chatahooihce. and wok uUien and TOO MUM ICE' ('KM' I lumber .,ly*. _'Ii.. |.......1Oft
Accessories The consisted l of bacon octagon sliaped! table overlaid to develop l'aiterahlp: : and mil- ...'ntl I.imil. sad nt ("..... VXlhi
and IIt'r'ro1th Cola.
(able Coca menu eggs Kalllninre \(1IlIlIIllt'ra might I > ("/.,,,,* .....iMrtf ..... toM
I The hostesses gave the honoreean toast, jelly "orange" Juice, with a deep blue linen circular WIllie chrysanthemums and door skills, iHUnenuiklng skills, have tarn dellgtilnl with their th.rl 1% M Un ml of e ...*(Mow
Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 lee tea spoon In her chosen milk and coffee. Breakfast was clulh. greenery wen effectively arranged rcwiunvfulmi*, liilllallve and self- plight' but William "' ",, and Wtll. w Mil ......, ttf
silver pattern on this occasion on the terrace and dancing enjoyed Acting a* hostesses were Mn In the putty rooms reliance. lleverly Hill, | of an' pall lOOKlIT
Open Mon.. TUM. Wed. Frl.. Among the 18 guests were afterward in the play room. Pat iligdon Jr., Mn Harvey Miss Ilohhy Rowan was Die QuIelU and Senlm will have 1 k.: cream :pkuit:Uljr:1t:: ; enjoy'
4 to I p.m. All D., SL mothers of the couple, Mn. W. E. Suber, Mn Jo Illgdnn Miss Susan winner of lie prize In the bridal an iiiiriuiilly) \ to learn cunning ring buried by :30010 gallon of 1'" er e.lleur lees lambed
'Middleton and Mn. Morris Suber Mrs. Munroe HonoredAt Mn Mlddletim Hid ,.,Mn...tI'l1l'r.John lligdun, and contest She presented this to lie and) Seniors' will live In a wilderness Ire cream They were freed by dealer *r Foil k LumbMfresenlnf
bride elect.The Will gaining ailmmwl calll "' 1-wlllk'ra *ln'n shelve InI
Dinner A hundred friend of line In01'1. \- ('amp.II"rh..e ,
- - - Thursday ... hmtraM served an attractive craft and program skills. hanleiung taws rollnuwd Theywer
Munroe, enjoyed lids lowly pnrty IST-I07I
I party plat on this occasinn. All will have an opportunity to iM t H'riisjkly Injured.
SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET ABOUT Mr. and Mrs R. D. Woodward With them also attending were I t
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Jr and Robert (Bobby) Munroe, the bride and grooms mothcnMr grow In spiritual value as llry
entertained with a beautiful dinner *. Bill Middleton Mrs R. DWoodward The bride riot was the reeipiiit relate to self, to the world alxiul
Qar II party at the Jefferson Mcmite Mn. Mark MunnieMn of many lovely and useful them tu other and to God. IN APPRECIATION!
Thursday night in honor of their Ned Ibnwn, Mr*. llarbert gifts, The Council has h-asMl lie
Q1Pfif' i II mother Mn M. W. (Pat Mun- Gregory, and Mn. Morris Sober Among the 20 guests was the mhyierian[ Mimtgunwysi
:
Apalachlcola Seafood
I'I MarVel ol Tca11aha.M.
me, the occasion being her birthday and Krandmollien, Mrs R. I). mother of the honon, Mrs. J. K the situ tint red- appreciates
II The party wa a complete Woodward Sr. and Mr*. M. W.MUIII' Pmnrll. demo ramp. National Girt Smut past buslnee received from the people ol Quincy
surprise to the honoree The Immediate \)(!. and Amerkun Camping Amort and Gadden County. We thank you and Invlle you
FLORIDA-AND ITS II family was Invited to this The hostess presented the hot CHOW ATTEMMI MDOOL lion staralanl will tin used In the to com again.
celebration ores with ulver bun bon dishes St.( Paul, Minn. Mary had a operation tit ramp; and Mis IUsel
:&::::::=,,'=1 S I Knurs and ether' 1 late spring engraved with the first names 01 little Limb but Richard has a : L,. Wllkerwn, Osinrll KxwuttveIWiwIuc "Catering to Restaurant and Flab Fries"
.W..Id'. /.a' erW. ..hl ... flowers centered the tables and::: 1 the bride and groom and date ol crow. Hli'hard Birfcebak, (, land will h* the Camp 1)1rector. -
I ........,....--lor,,_twIoI I were at other foral points their wedding. a crow about a year ago and It Supplying Famous Apalachlcola FUh. Oyster, Shrlmplla
Mrs. Munroe the recipient baa become his Beacon Then W* Hare III
was ) constant companion. C..I of the camp will he tit SO
Ills /1. th wet. cheua..1 eae.sy CL.wsar. paw ... A. *1 of many beautiful and tneful A good card player II never too When Diehard lore to K'Id, for t.irl Hcmit and 13080 for
Rift. lazy to cut the cards. run 1"'llIhll Schmil. till crow (file nun-Scout Camp tuUlt-n were APALACHICOLA SEAFOOD
j along ami sits on a sign shove mailed to all\ Seoul earlier In
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the entrance until attend. like In UM u.mih. Non Ik'sstts may requtnt -
hen retire to I nearby trieihine I tamp folder by writing MARKET
, wire to wait tix the cloning li> tie Girl Seoul Oiunell (tell and his pal. Richard ApNlathre Bend, P. o. Bin 1114,


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policy in all of Its future operations.
Are Fords fun to drive? You bet! That's

why our '64s are the best selling Fords in

'M r 4 G.MtiT t4-*r* OuHaokt, aeeder'y offwr"mM III rt> 40 Save '64 from Ford and
years on a
The directors of tho havo
sl..s. AIM lu* e,0sasiMtee ugenst Met aid MM.M corporation appointed W. Wright
you save on an ideal vacation car-a car

--- rr. _- that's better for the open road becauseit's Johnson, brother of C. D. Johnson, as General Manager. Wright

_.= bred in open competition. And with

our lively lineup of 46 models, you can Johnson joined the firm in February of 1937, and spent sometime

i':' find just the car for your:! family and

funds. So c'mon in the fun is fine. in all departments of the business over the years, but

And Ford Dealer all off
your tops it with
ftMMM Cmtm buck W...*. IOT tatfrMI** He a
b.. MM .5511 tl I COI.ft. .. at sp-ce (aid ..- eK e.l top savings! principally in tho tractor and implement department as mana
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.

I OUTSTANDING 4-H GIRLS FOR MAY moat every precinct In the coun-! //10 N NUMA ,
ty ai well u my office I don'I People Spots In The News i) CoI.ola tt.mATLS .
know what hit report will be. I Job.
know he will find t few Irregularitioi .
but I'm certain he will,
not find anything crooked ai far
u the election li concerned. 1 I I
think It U a good thing for the UNIDENTIFIED (but Dot
Secretary of State to have perIodic for long!) model poses In
inspection of the election *20 hat, $100 swimsuit on a ,
machinery over the state It certainly San Francisco springboard -
f tent fair for someone to F
win an election and then lone It '
< through fraud u was reported in EArl MOA"All .WAMTIflUK
the tint primary Just look at WIG '"
the big mess they had all over HA1RLOOM. ?
1 N N 'Mr the nation following the defeat of IF' (3,60. GAMBlC
Richard Nixon by President Ken- # / t5E I4LINBM, lilt.
nedy. Where there U ao muchsmoke ell
there just has to be a fire I r PEAR ?30ANSthlca

some place. i j I Vxi'RB SUCH AH OLD
CUT UP, VW Do t MSU ,
After gaining all that notoriety ; WORK iM A ButCNeR (HoPrIRV
d the past week In all the papers lij
.,644 over the country I was pleased S1IERM4NDESHLER
that It resulted In me getting a OHIO
post card from a cousin of mine .. ..
whom I had not seen or heard '- -
from In over 21 years. lie saw 9 Aun fuss
the writeup In a downstate paper U5TMENTS
::1" no he sold. Ills name Is Reese UNION TESTTbrfth.* four non-union
.. Sntzmlnger and Is making his Yw who touched oil recent labor-civil rights contro-
home in Arcadia. Ho said that : with reporter In New York. Tb trio (L to r.),
Beth ITairell, daughter of Ann Saber, daughter of Mr. folks down his way referred to ,Bernard Allman and Jerry Gonzales, took a test
)Ir. ana Mrs. A. L. IUrrell of and ) .. Floyd Suber, of anyone living north of Wauchula for membership In the union. All three failed.They:
Quincy, has been choeen outstanding Greensboro, has been chosen M "damn )'ankel'l," test again after a mandatory 00-day: wailing period.
Junior 4-H Girl for F
May. This is B th's first year as outstanding Senior Girl forMa I was highly complimented
a 4.H' r and a member of the ,. Anne is president of the "uosday Ran into my brother, EHRY SODA FOUNTAIN 7
Rural Route Club. She gave a Greensboro Sr. 4-11 Club and larry, at the restaurant up on
demonstration on County Demonstration secretary of the Girls' .County the corner. He referred to this
Day and was first CounciL H.r records placed in I,column and said he rend it regularly .
place winner In the first year the top five In the State 1(63 and wanted to know how I
division In th* dreai 'VIle. Horn Economics project. learned to write. You ace he
mows that I didn't go to school MICHAEL CIGNAUELLA
too long and warn't too much of (left) receive 6th annual
Mrs.H.WeinbergPasses Bernard Young a bookworm when I did go. It Shcaffer Pen Award from
really was a compliment and I Joseph Eberhardt of "Has the store any marriage
firm
MondayAt Succumbs Here did appreciate It. pen b. I counselor services?"
for developing: Peewee hockey
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From what I learned talk teams in New England.
by a Gd
Here 39, of Qulncy 1 /
0 Young
Homo Bernard
by Dr. li R. Reddle at the Kl
died at 2:40 Sunday morningin wants Club several weeks ago its
.
Mrs. Henry Weinberg Sr, 78, the Cadxlcn County HospitalFuneral conducted a high honor for a hospital to
died at her home In Quinry M:> services were be accredited by the Joint Commission
28 following at 10 clock Turoday mom on Accreditation ot IlusItals. 74311
day morning May Phone MAIn
Facevllle Baptist
In the
Ing The Gadsdon Hot-
a lengthy Illness. Church, Facpvtlle, Ga., with the pied last week received County notice x r rtitl' 21
I Thunh, May
1 1
officiating Interment T o + i
Mrs. Weinberg was a native of Rev Hugh White from the Commission that It hadeen
Warlln, Texas. She moved to followed I In the Green- '> accredited for another year. FLIGHT FROM
Quincy In the early part of this shade Cemetery Decatur County, tats tine and all who are re- ASHIYA
century with her husband, the Ga., with the Butler-Morgan Fun ponsblle are to be commended.
late Henry Weinberg, Sr. She was eral Home In charge ot arrange We at the Times extend our comlUnwnta ..r L Stirring \'Brenner\ ,
a member ot Temple Israel of ments. also. ,, r I *{....,.,. Richard Wktmai

Ta1Ja/1/ 8IeI. conducted Mrs.Survivors Elite Young Include, Quinry his widow, two, If you have never been In a EVERYTHING OKAY z Frl., Sat-
Funeral services were 21, 39:
May:
; flat tight on the telephone and seems to 1* saying to busload j:4L\
Tuesday at 4 pm. at the sons, I and Robert Young, IIOKKOBAMtlTHE !
home of her son, Henry Weinberg Quincy; two daughters, B<>mar- long distance to boot, you ought Bus arrived while he wan strolling:
Jr. Rabbi Abram Granlson dene and Charlotte Young, Quincy to try it some time. One of the TERROR
was In charge of the service The ; his mother, Mrs. Annie Young Republican unpledged: delegate Starring Boris Karlirff
body was Interred t In HUlcrest I Balnbrlrige Ga: and two sisters candidates In Tallahassee calledme sineDEMENTIA
Cemetery under the direction of Mrs. Elmer Clark, Quincy, (in my capacity as voter officer 1Magic
Butler.Morgan Funeral Home and Mn. Montrose Hlnson Bainb'ldgo ) about 10:30 taut night wanting 1 1 love to experiment in the kitchen! Ut them concoct f 13
Ga. to know how many votes begot : drinks next tint they enUrtain.
Survivors other than her one In Cadftdtn County. When I I : mskes perfect I Sun., Mem.,
son are two daughters, MIHS Jean old him I d! In't know! he! hit I! : Ungynd pel-mint sticks,chopped nuts and 31, June 1
Weinberg, of Atlanta, Ga., and the celling lie said I should bright red color. whipped cream. Then turn the I May
Mrs.Annette W rrateln, of New know since I had counted them. a supply of fresh guests loot to dream up their SEVEN DAYSIN
Orleans, La. Three grandchildren Bits And lie wouldn't let me explain th.t interesting Rsmlih- own eyandppetltappcaling MAY
also survive. I was running I one-man opera- of sherbet, pep. cranberry drinks.
tion, had not had time to do everything To Starring Burl Uncantrr,
Pieces and all of the precincts TOM AND BERRY Aia Gardner
HHIICKMON IIKPHKMIOII" had not reported lit Informed best 1 egg :yolk with 1 tablespoon sugar until "
HISINHKS
PHilliP 1'1-. R'M.,
JI..t\o., llt.b P1wr.let. BY HUTCH me that the Secretary ol State ly ALICE ciNHOfi 1 (gg.whit* until stiff. Combine both in s Urge mug. June 2.aINVASION:
pAitr-iiHH WORK roil was a personal friend of his I gradually Oil gills with boiling Ocean Spray
ADIIKIt 1"111110 let him know that the lion. Tom SIMPLE far prepared with ( *. Serve with a cinnamon stick muddler. OF
H.ll.bU. party .r ......... a gourmet touch keeps the food
..!. .r ......, .... ,.. Once a fisherman, always a Adams was a personal friend of I SAUCERMENEXTRA
I bound
iSle area .. .....,.wk. ,..11. liar I guess that what I am because mine too. He wound up by callIng budget within decent CRANBERRY FLIP
f...0.. H,C,A. ... Srl...lm I sure told a whopper the Mr. Adams who had gone to and doe so much for the serrtng fill a tall glass 'A with vsnllls lee eream'l
"'I'VI.' ':'. ...ISmiH...* .......4.h RADIO Mr Utnt c other; day ate catching th* limit I I bed, and got him to call me, which routine run-of.th.-meallDenu. .. Spray Cranberry: Julc. Stir briikly. f SPECIALI!
...... tr... Ink <...|IK of real nice bream at a certain ':mly delayed the one-man operation It the family sniff at the 1 t m and a maraschino cherry I GKADDATIOV
and ..........,.,.. .It.. "III place down OchlorkoneeUver. a little more I finally got mere mention of a meat ball and MIDNIGHT: PARTYTEENAGERS
eat I........ with year ..... rk"c:: wanted the Information the gentleman the TUTTI FRIITIES
A mine dinner, just try following heat
Pet ......,..... :
T. ....IIIF. ,_ curt ...... me to verify to spot lie was told wanted five votes in the en- rectpe. try combine 4 glass Ocean Spray cranberry juIce
ehntlLIlhI .. ..."',.... l'.nb by my tithing companion, the tire county and I came done fruit juice (orange tangerine. apple, pineapple, IN SPACE
A..II..... 1........,. tar. Great White Hunter, Johnny to a whipping for that! 1'm cer- SOCK CREAM MEAT BALLS I : : :; any frozen combination juice I or 1 tablespoons Begin 11:'0H'lp
I ...... ._weakly. C..,. Vaum, that we caught thl'l1at tainly glad Uiis series of primaries 1 egg juice). Add k* cubes and garish with fruit
r..tb I. The Senior
ant In eeta Mr and
as
,... ...... It... Tkta the three bridges 1 backed him will be over tomorrow at least* 1 0. milk CrixbratetItrK
puny will .....l. ,.....1.1 ... up. That was close enough because for a few months until the general IK Up. salt
\ ......... t. .n .*. !>. ant ..._ ..!_ sally go K top. pepper
...llfta* *>v <.. ll.* sad next day and did. and 1 e. fine dry bread crumb HAULING .row.....n.r
I........... ...... ...... caught the limit one more time AID fOR BIB ORPHANSRepresentative 1 grated onion ( > (akmw """' b)
1.....,....". It....... I. wtop tap .. --.c I
... Louis C. W'ffian 1 Ib. ground lean beet A DmI
for you. .prarn 1.
,
I I!<>. Srlll .ir. : IIHil. .f e. Secretary of State Tom Adam (R., N. II.) has pleaded tor additional :2 tbsp. oil Nlt TRUCKINGALL
rrrlrir ...! ........". marar..n.I wit a deputy Into the county i
contributions to the fund to 1 No. J'4 can tomatoes """ I
Interview IN yearrite ruesday to observe how we conducted 7181
writ al.sled.. educate th* 194 children of themen :3 tbsp. flour 111 Phone MAte
election. 11. couldn't
ynne pbnn. ........ an who lost their lives In the H tap salt peat KINDS
have nicer follow lie
picked
NV' 1HK.M: Kl NTEoRrRIlID a Iri., Sal.
1NO.late was from over In Went Florida .t nuclear submarine Thresher on 1 e. whole or pitted ripe 29 30
f'i May ,
Pmrtkl RI... Milton where he 1 In the April 10, 1963. H* Said that to olives and Long Distance :
engaged
\ < .rl.. a. ........ abstract business lie came In date the United States contributed and some, 1 c. sour cream Furniture Insured BYE BYE BIRDIE

Tuesday morning__and_ visited foreign countries have Beat egg lightly. Add next t ( Starrlnc Dick Vandyke,
j just over $140,000 to the Thresher Ingredients and let stand a few Janet Leigh
memorial fund for the educationot

HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED these children left fatherless minutes.Blend In ground bf. Shape Sam Huiley Sun.. May 31

1ANGDl8TANfJ'EDDINO!: 1 Into 40 email balls. Brown In oil ..nw 40 POUNDSOF
CARS Sanford Fla. A young cou a few at a time removing from TROUBLETony
USED PARTS for all makes pie was marrlde her by the pan a* they brown. I MAin 7-6433 OiHln,
of Can and Trucks brides brother Walter A. Routh, Meanwhile, heat tomatoes and ..a'a.Z.i.Z SUM tteRETCRNED
a missionary on duty In South fore through slev. A* meatballs
Vietnam Marian Routh and Ronald ned big feet t* BY
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE are browned, drop Into 1 S. ADAMS ST.
Oillton pledged their vows sieved tomatoes. a cigarette! SPECIAL REQIE8T
BUY JUNKED CARS
while the brother conducted the Stir flour Into drippings and
1422 W. Jefferson MAIn 7.7115 ceremony by long-dlatance telephone blend Into tomato-meat ball
,
combination. Add salt Cover hot 1
and boll slowly about 30 mln-

ut**. i!

Why Live in a HOT House? (remove Cut olive pit from Into whole large olive pieces).

Just before serving stir olives skin
and lOut cream into tomato
meat ball mixture. Heat thor
A/llIJ/NOON
oughly. 1
Serve over rtoo per
Serve < to ..

TOU COOL I/J/lIJfI SHRIMP: OLIVE CASSEROUCft and

e. oornmeala
i tip. saltS

with Weslinghouse o.slices boiling bacon waterS

1 tomato e. canned or lOOked pi. ttLet's

S tbep. chopped onion and

..., .-. ," .. I tbep. chopped gre n and
swat pepper
U tap WorceitMTshlr saute
Congratulate




-" -, Technical the parentsAlthough




it's worth every penny, coDcg|

TALLAHASSEE. is expensive today. To pay for it, most)

parents must plan in advance. So vhea'

SUMMER a son or daughter graduate, we think I'

the farsighted mother and father deserva'

JUNE 15 congratulations, too


Adult If you have children, plan for their edu-

"."M MME097Z ((for high ) cation now. Open a special Savings Account:

O Quiet Low Sound Level 5 YEAR Business here for that purpose Small, regular deposits

REPLACEMENTGUARANTEE will build a fund to ease the coat of

Two Speed Fan (compete count or ) college years.CITIZENS.


Thermostat Controlled $139.95 (beauty

Aluminum "Never-Rutt" Cabinet Plus Tax

Industrial BANK .


SUBER AND JOHNSON COMPANY"Your Data TRUST COMPANY

Processing Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. $4.

Town and Country Shopping Center" A part of the Leon Quincy Only Insured Bankr

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    r mitn. You II find pun nit"'/ critic eontMt WM fovuwd on,

    roe. whlllnh Olhtif may end vlHually be Ian, mhlmh" robIPM. *-- (how D la much Alabama of the Dot vou W.11atra.would

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    PINEAPPLE ant burning 'II. ImnhKlu .
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    i.lve.| tn the RIM plant won slur Accurate

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    Shell Service Oil Company
    Bell & Bates Hardware Company Darby Construction
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    Sykes Fine FoodsTalquln Super & Johnson Company Quincy Feed Mills Inc.FKM .
    Electric Cooperative. Inc. W i rwommfBd that ,.u attend the rrtdi
    Quincy Lumber church .f roar thole 8gnii,.
    Inman-Johnson Motor Co.. Inc. Western Auto Associate Store BUI and Frinrn Rotes Company Home Construction Corporation

    The Jefferson House of America
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    ABoeuthm or Gid.d,. county Butler-Morgan Funeral Home South.rn Chemical

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    FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREA
    MORTON 'ROZEN FULL CUT SONCLfSJ ROUND 1 I

    : ) I Ifit. T : DINNERS Steak LB.g II Wins add then dHyn --- --- ----I II

    send the Word to nooanlll that
    nvutul arming I* bix' milngIggrr a Too Late
    .. SIRLOIN std Defter organlted but
    ., 2 FOR i V/
    r '' tiEp Steak 11.881f lI"Th.re. aim ii helng promoted a To Classify

    CMtkerv ...., Tinker, Horn Meat Loo* par vran to build In the public.
    oj aurtIturt
    mind a ('Ot'I't'ctma *
    BONELESS HUMPRoast "* and It* Importance to (hertoni By RirnnHI Ri)

    :j'. na economy How well do you know your .i
    ;; 39 Colonial Brand Quick Frozen 88x Presently It )is Mna primed date! Guild you aiuwer iuihKttkini
    atKrirullure
    :1' 0II. '1IIt that to get the picture ai what I" our dote
    : a into proper p'I'IpI'Cotve. at om iK, ifat bird, state flower?
    BONELESS SIRLOIN W It t*ncremary to ariwrate the W hen wax Florida idmlttod In the trltNNUI VWWPOINTIran'sShah
    rue"larmer from the "atcall Unlm! What .Is dill total area B_ Pahlerl awttte
    td" tarnipr One do that 180 In hit bowline and nevi*
    i you
    j of the URIC I flow doI'e Faithwflh
    Ut-Up HENS Roast.88/ rou'U bi'g1n to uixtpratand why other atilt In population. avoda| UM opportunity ol And
    litotes hat been ao much dlntortlon ln,a Unpin rioter la hi*Vue
    \ retail trade tank dcnonttiT
    BONELESS ROUND rat vies conremlns asrlnilnire All id the** quonllimi .i wrllihniMniti .. Irt Vienna, Auetrta, the
    and In In nvulcm AmertiaMany Shah
    plan McepU a ball from Aua
    'f II of other .re ana-
    reports and italrnipntaconcerning Wan womnn bowling eham
    wend volume, The
    in a doge
    FOR BAKING Roast "8& number ot annrn A tuu of ."'I'\Ia." rut publlahod pl 'j' 0 0 0 0 and their Income ins baited on All by Hie Unlvenlty Horlita! '"- alley that to .quipped vtl*
    llmal. that tltera are aonw 211 AMt ...omati
    FOR STEWING Auihorireil and copyrighted a pln-eettera.
    tOO EXTRA STAMPS WITH WOUND byrte
    Illton classed
    U mnvnerclalarmen / Uuard ol ConmUiMiliincra dstele l
    '1 CHICKEN SALAD LB.2 5 S / and their averaae net liwtitutkiii, It ti ,edited ,hytjvin -- ---
    tBeef 5 & I9 Inrum I II 3wtt under J3JOO aAncnndlng .
    KHIU ana ""/" "'lall' elm
    'Nr.'
    CHICKEN & RICE 1' hi lent hy John K CXuikle and prepared 1
    one critical
    analy. In the Department of uuraphy .. .
    CASSEROLES Il l 1 noted' recently, that I* "hoiActually ;- University tkwtiU.
    wash:
    there
    J are only A foreword by Governor KurilJrymil
    n. million fnrmen pn 1iKlnn [ ilalro

    ,,. ...e soma 10 per rent of all\ form "11 face at H<.-tWi it varied,
    ; : p product. It lay. Thrae are the and our cUurna have a do.p aj
    i .. ommerrtal opt ration* iiKludlnu for
    kilo their rile or adoptednle
    __- 1)( J'1lf l ant Iftml1y.owrwd tarn, andIIII'll' The AtUt of Florida I atftnpti .
    ... annual m-l liwonie' averaini to exluhll thin variety In

    :9 100 Extra SM Green Stamps round Included 112,000 are ahml one mllllm .. clear preclM, std accuratemanntr '
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    WITH THIS COUPON' AND PUKCHA.SI Of hnee iHle exceed $10,000 a u puulbl tt* who
    a
    r '-' year live In KlurUU run find hrremuch
    ONI *4.e, .a pan.ae .Il' r Aa 'id bart 500,IKK) that cell nearly uf that
    Information
    : | Boneless Turkey Roastr | that much. The other 2 million it t It we am to enjoy to our Altre.aary
    : .. I. declared can never' hope tonllk" advantage* of realikw. tu Die
    ;.;-w H>t: II living from farming fulkiit Mini exile our problem of
    ," Their tales .Ice
    are than J5.(MlU\ .
    roped rowth meat
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    i J7.i d I year, enaibly Via-
    ibis imrtliiilar 'Hull will\ ftnd In UMI AINI! aguld
    .. analyila" .II-| to UK hlMiiry and acenerylal
    milt. that the true QUEEN OS TOUR-Caroly
    :...." '. . . farm.I lll lie mippl rwnnwr.Wiwi 'lng will enable ltd'in more ntpklly King, national
    wattrmeloa
    .a.q : :, : : : 00 trot atOllI' > to know our dale' at a whole. pan 1I
    ) per fKnn
    IWo .:!. r'Olhll.olion s ixl prraiMil lima ko would act queer, leave Oil month ont
    1970Acconllng
    50 Extra li..N."Green Stomps hy I t I UM'lr 1 fHinllli; .a .; Induilrte InInhita tour ol the nation major

    i"t rosiovnx I I t WI': WItH THIS CO\JI'ON AND I'VRCHA Of to larm Journal'i wW find our economy andntIlllln..1 tlUe and waUrmalootrowoing

    I :; iteit tutkiiul roundup of tlM'.artrlllhu'IIl en dlnpluy within Ilieeeraver entire on behalf of theWstemt.tosl
    M /w. Iw..r .0".11' razes TIM itinlcnt will profl
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    farm andnixh .
    Grower ft We.tribulora
    Crab Slicks tom \this bailo accumulation ullUbllahed
    ; ) JUMBO VINE RIPI W bigger nnllal operalkma{ Inveilnienl err requiring. dais i' JlMocUtlon./ $h.'a
    Langeeat
    and larger i In full oolnr Wit genrouily from 8ar'tow.
    ;; ;;= yearly purchaae of ..
    Uliutmtud -
    .1 JIOIlt., Kiuipmetit and arrvlce are with' attractIve '- '
    CANTALOUPES 32 .needed keep producflno al .peak 1'4ltidr icenML niapi, gmplii and
    I I ; .fflrtency'Punhaaed. h hart*, II pne.Mttr a tEre'4uo' story;
    I ul the "Siuikhln* SUI.( .
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    Inpuli accordingo writ ruruiiNo TNI K 'VJ 1 1IWorld's
    NOT THIS NOT THIS BUT THIS projection by two eeovmilnii bnpnwulv rotor churl lixtliatrkicida .
    I In ItHU ar .."",11'1I toe '* cause ai It relate to
    up
    w rt 40 rent 1WO t the nation ami tit* wiirld' The FairPictureTaking a
    ! 50 E1traa.J'Greea> per over They rxprt
    I 1 Stamp geol of lie Slat,.
    I 3 $1 I punrhaiie* of fertlluier' and jy II fully deal
    wml AND Of
    YiJ t1a3.roo cN Iota, lo be up <0 lo 70 per cen with' from the 1'1 Ia".1ia Ago 10
    FOR "J ,.... p.- P_.... and expeiMllturri for feed, ward Urn preaenl HIM with a dew-rip-
    SMALL MIDIUM JUMIO and UvMicxk to allow (0 lon) o( geulngla furntatMru i mineral !
    While Acre Peas a perent r
    4SSIZIS.I TJUPERBRAND .... gain oVpnula, fiwmli and 1 toll.
    ee.a 7th. MU revel It hu been pinged nut fron A action It itrvoti-d tu uur water .
    GRAD "A" MEDIUM PlA. ALL WHIH ArANt WiNKpllElt other aiairre that Uw 'big' buat, remunv. lINt, lake and "Y-
    $ ,neat"* Mprct at today farming err. it aim deal with inch probI.m. -
    Fresh 3 ii: bas rained heavy Inveatmenti In u flood. cuntnil, beach .....
    EggsiWiffBi.Mwn'iirwrriTrTrTrri DOL. many rattle feeding oueratlcma.Thli akel. Ih* pn>|.i..il citiM-aial. canal

    t! ., bas brought dealt yea r qirlmi* and umlorgniund' watart -
    r round (reding The need in WpeedMi 'Ie.OIIII'r.
    ;>' : 50 Eitria'c Great Sts11pswrttt full In crater to make thenveitmrnt aubjml covered to detail -
    i ii i n irrmr
    I.... a paying onP.I I Ii. with fnMt chart tncll":
    ....._ THIS ai. ow AND KMCNAS1 hated bal been DINt of Uw rraMWt .. wratlier and action of Hi* aim,
    >r recent ovenuptillr ot II'dI.' ralm and wimla. hilla '''I1II11Jr111-
    SAVE 3h STANDARD Limit 1 with $5. order or mort '" .'" em upland type, to Hi. scamps'
    m Tropicana Fruit Bars Th. U 8. Department, nT Agrinillur and nmnh and rwltwn "binda <.
    .. VMMI *0. has stepped, | \if IU wrrky ., the .111...... VrjiHutiim wlldllficunMrvadnn ..
    Tomatoes IOWN .9; .;ANT WINrUMXIfWTIH J purctuuw of heel and recmllanmiuniwf F land u.., rnn.,
    [; that MeKioo ha* agree* Uvetlmk, tarmi and market,
    10 limit III beef and veal etport marine III. and Brfilng. both BROWNIE ttOutfjtr
    tot,.. U. S. to a "level 9 per mil port and ooninwirrul. trampur-
    SAVE M EACH THRIFTY AMID "1U"I' under that of MI, lathe, *- ,
    1 .1 Agreement for rnduelkm now Uin Its diararter,::' "ir *-
    uv. teen nrgotljiled with the trlbulknn. living alaniterdi, trwle
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    Sauce 8 303 CANS -5DE I "" ''' line rnunlrlo Auatralla, New and Uxattm, abtntkte health,, r taMrr/drfd-ro-" /
    ......1tIII 1 IH .... M1i Zealand amt Mexico w hkh had ipnrt and iwnuitlm.retirement bll'llm, 1M doIlgAtoed /
    "I: .. been upilytng t M per rent of |overnnt.nl and cul
    Ore e.r pAM. AOa1M' Woos :
    fresh and /rutrn beet and v lure. FIMwaS -.w. nor ...
    10 DEEP SOUTH
    SAVE < Potato or Dip Chips Imports; II li Ui* mm! onmplitl' and KM ....*k MUM.. wM. *le i
    r -Ives YAr eorM In IIi meantime, dxWtYeroIkev he-: enmprehrnatvt work at Ih* kind .r. that adlvill{ .lem. f.f ear
    ; the ralll Indiutlrte in NliaragiM I> 1 have ever anen and ahnuld, .
    ANY WtNN0IItSAVE prove Io-i*.i4 ,1. .. 1Mee l
    MayonnalseQT,391 1'S ld idurai and Onala fIb. r valuable. anerl in every rimIdahome ..*,.......nt.Card
    are geared up lo continue Mao y and of Intern tn II.. en.Ste. .rr._re N..1.vtr...cItoi5
    fxptirti. family. 11... '"1..1IIi11ie
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    rev fecvi. Fad, let- ffe<" 20< CABOT BRIQUETS Then hat been fig It* prwlurtlon are to be cun- I.... T.k.. 11 If Weclloi/

    bout Ito unfavorahl a> mush""IA,.new.. gratulrLgLDLRATPoll. etsd.....1.. _,I.. Of edit IIIcItt
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    5Q Extra a 1'C !:e U. 8. fnrttgn Irate and Its Impact M I 127 *l.. Cvmplel whet.
    CharcoaI'49 ::;: wrmrR: AeeD. on our dwindling gtiM tup. "m DPISUM
    ply, that. EM ; $34.50
    M rat. ar* apt lo Ugh'
    rl the art that l>ml. Sam ladMpcraMy CngreM ha* vastly is ..1lnnrnnpniml
    SAVE 12* ASST B OandJ Bars atari of until chang a ** Mil to viupend forth
    ?} CROUCH'SREXALL
    ; YA. sew ; to keep bualiwM ring at bum*. Omwrmtio and Itrpubunirprealdmtlal

    1! isi2'91" A Our* bulk min ahnrtag.re rrpnrlerf I I. M aerlnumm |o berallnnlnf a ton of the nomln Cummunlivnnni*** tl.. provi-AiwhMi \ DRUGS

    wp>lle" lo .Ihelr buat- require* .hrnadraiteri to.
    neat cuHemen make equal l time available *n QUINCY. FLORIDA
    i A hi of reaiiin" fur the ..lilt all randliUlp. If 'nee Urn I II glven ,
    SAVE 10* PILLSBURY'S BEST ..WM shortage hav leers advawwl to a... .
    a hug IrareaM In coin nilbrt.ing. .. II
    50 Este &r> It Str and a wt" 5 49' iimREG. tax.* plui the UM uf NOW AVAILABLE
    Flour I.. lAG WB eowe f AND t w
    .,...-. crew In outivnpmlrd dlapMidng I BILL'S BAIT & TACKLEI -
    ;i ; maetani if ,
    ( varfcau kind aJ n
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    Buns. 2 i CT. PKGS. 29* 1 do' AMT VflHHVnOt q The*.-- dUpentlng p.1pe I '

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    Mi a dim to get a one-prunj pU*.
    ....-AIO"-w 7e/1 e.1.YelaI oe bag nf hut peanut butter tor YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT NEEDS

    .httfl you pa y amnhrr 41 airs II
    CAN ALL BE FILLED AT
    al the tiro'taut munlrr.Nearly .

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    III the mntH
    Indiwtry Inday, u '
    1 { s'' Jiff l.rak it Uiyliiui .....n'I l QUINCY'S FISHERMEN'S: HEADQUARTERS
    pmidrnt at Quality Court. foe

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    Gttrden /60%. 4!Jars 2 01. 65c :-:
    I 541 d4 JARS Facial TissueKLEENEX --

    A Ur B'i GAROe: SPS'c.IAL.1
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    V PeLts S I-L&CAN. 77 Sanitary NapkiniKOTEX -

    & BIG VALUE EVERY DAY LOW PRICE\ 2 3fi f 89c g
    Aqua Lotion Det.rQentg
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    BIG SAVINGS 1 -EVERY DAY Oz. Bottle] ISCWelch1 ;
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    Aspirin. 19 WELCHADE cal 37c f

    Sun I u..hi'hla.Hl-Ho Cracktni>__Ole Margarine 1 I'b.Ctrin*Mlrarl_* 29c Albacore S-lit:Of.ram Tuna AkP_Solid_ __Witt__ $1.00 ,. ?,! ,,.rSave... Only PltfShaftSillt HIT r rJI :;
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    R 7.Lcmonad .._ ___ 27c R_Ice----- 29c Oz "C OCBottle .
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    >-1 0.rni Minute Mild t'Ya.ea I-I Oi.Out Ooldm RIM Instant tea------ 44c & 1 t t A&P Frozen j a:
    Pink L.monad._____ 29c BUeulta: 49e u 1.mLoot -Uptae Concentrated .-
    Tea -'- -8SC ORANGE -
    L c1..m.ad.Illlnnt.M..rr.-_ 31c EvaporatedYr.Mlvw_Cur 45c I-I Of.Macaroni' Prices In this adTertlstment are good Oz. JUICE E'
    Elbow - 29c through Sunday. May 31 2 Cans 49e '
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    LARGE JUICY CALIF. FRESH FLORIDACELERY
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    BRIQUETS OF KRAFT BARBECUECHARCOAL

    SAUCE
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    I 20 Bag Lb. 88c 18 Ounce Jar 29c

    TABLERITE
    FRANKS 12 Oz. 39
    Pkg. IGA DELICIOUS
    SLICED TABLERITE BACON 1.Lb. 49c PORK & BEANS Can 300 lOc

    PORK TABLERITE STEAKS LEAN lb. 39c McCORMICK'S BLACK PEPPER 4010 Can 33c \ \
    TABLERITE SHOULDER
    ROUND STEAK lb. 59c KRAFT STRAWBERRY
    PRESERVES 18 Or. 39c
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    Fryers
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    CUT-UP + These TabteRito ten $
    der chickens are faf"f
    RS mous foe flavor.. 8SC
    a and value! .I L NiaO

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    Ib. 29 C Whole Jtt'Y

    :' Lb. OS
    SALMON 2 Tall. 8Sc

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    (MIX or MATCH) LITTLE REBDOG

    PICKLE BOLOGNA TABLERITE& PIMENTO FOOD 6 Can Tall 39 C

    LIVER CHEESE or SALAMILUNCHEON ,,
    WIZARD CHARCOAL
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    Youth CampIs Mt. Zion PBChurch [Antioch Church Tau Zeta In Choir UnionAnniversary Arnette Chapel Hospital Report \Elizabeth AME

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    Dedicated NotesSunday (Lists CalendarThe Saturday MeetOn Church NotesThe Mar 25 (Dat. IncUsive/ ) Church News

    school will J convert officers, choir, membenand Saturday, May 23, 1964 The Anniversary service of Mianlnnary Society Lisle May Neely, Apll Elizabeth A.M.E. Choir
    voulr Dalla
    i for Washington Carter
    ! A Summer Camp Annette A.M.E. Church Chattahoochee, Florida is haying
    Chapel
    friends will attend the Association member of Tau Zeta held their Quincy Choir Union One wa
    and a year-round retreat for,945: a.m with SuperintendenJowte service at St James final meeting of the 1963-64 observed Sunday 3 p.m. at will stage a special program, Mary McNeal Annie Mae Lang- their Annual Women' an'
    adujta, the C. B. NelsonDanWGift l King in charge Aa appca Missionary Baptlat Church, term at the residence of Soror Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church. Sunday afternoon, 4pm. Th 'iton Elatha Lanier Mary Lee Men' Day program May 11, ai
    of Love for Easter Star Ii made to teacher and students .; GhatUthoochee Saturday evenIng Marilyn W. Anderson. The sixteenth observantion was members of the society are Brown Charleston' Lee Holt, Jr. 11 00 p.m. The speaker will)!
    of Florida warn dedicated reo to report on time. I Kev. Nehemiah Bowery I The meeting began with the highlighted an recat- working hard to present a moat 'Johnnie B. Thomas, Monle will be Mrs Margie Jackson, <
    eently. Being built on one of The junior choir will att.4'ndIIIrvl Pastor of Anloch will be in chaplain Soro K rancid, Ion dinner, and l1ae oPt the' fitting program for the obser Charter, Quincy, Mary Lee teacher from Salem Elementary
    the moat beautiful lake regionof ('. at St. James Primitive charge of service at that hour. leading the devotional After: pastor of Shiloh the Rev E. vation. All Nation under God, Mash, Eddie Lee Wester, Eligh School
    the State.Pomona Park; i II Baptist Church! homaaville. A motorcade will form at Ant devotional the outgoing president Kinsey is the subject of Sunday's Henderson, Mary Watson, Jack- The evening service will begin -
    located In Putman County The Ga., wht e they will\ appear or :loch In ample time prior to the Soror Roberta P. Stephens, The history of the choir union 1 lemon, Superintendent- Bessy son Harvin Havana; Annette at 2:00 1M apeakt-i
    Fannie:
    of the evening 7* Alexander and Jeff cry, Chattahoochee; Rosa will be Mrs. Brown :,
    Gift of Love Lodge la program Saturday meeting. If transporation la staged that she wa desirous of was given by Mr, brace Joeeph Long,
    front of the picturesque Edo :10 p.m. The Jtev. G. T. Moore I needed please contact an offi! all "old" business being cleared Cunningham It was revieled ,Sr., request that each pupil Mae Moore Midway; Robert teacher from Springfield Elementary -
    Lake and presently Include" ; Quincy I* Pastor of St. James' cer of the church.Thursday that the new president from the report that the choir come prepared to made a con- Lee Knight, Bainbridge, Ga School
    aw.ylO
    a large cafetorhim with a stage. The Junior choir will stag II pm. The Sun- could begin from the beginning union 1 II playing a major role in tribution to the discussion of BIRTHS COLORED The Men's Day Program will
    and guest rooms. The L shop! rehearsal Wednesday ahine auxiliary will be entertained With this request being the overall program of the 12 the lemon Rudolph Q and Johnnie B. begin at 4:30: p.m. with Mr.
    ed building as well M the 730: pm Weekly evenlnfC'l at the home of Mr*, ,made. the secretary reviewed member churches. The Itev A. 1[. Hunter, pastor Thomas Girl May 25. Robert Anthony bring the
    cottars and detachod face the i vice, Thursday evening : Ethel Stokes All member are her book and gave the financial The report shows that a total i* expected to return from message Mr. Anthony I. from
    lake. The flint unit of the recreation pmIhe: I,urged to attend. 'standing of each soror The of 18,80395: has heeD raised I New York in time to be in Ebony Club Uonaluonvlllc, Ga.
    area la expected to cost senior choir will stage I Sunday School Superintendent aorori compiled by attending to by the union choir This charge of services !Sunday.' The Everyone is Invitation at
    approximately 80000. their rehearsal, 7,30 Friday I'artholl Gainey urges all their financial! obligations The amount aa customarily left at 1 morning service will commence 'I tend these services Sunday May
    Or George W. Gore,M Presld-Unlversity evening, The junior choir will teacher and pupil to attend Executive Committee had met churches where raised In various at 11 amPresident. :Gives Party 31, at Elizabeth AME. Church
    ant of Floirda A and of- rttttfe their First Annlversery Sunday School 9 45 a.m. prior to the meeting and attended churche The choir have made I' Joseph Long Jr., In Chattahoochee Fla
    and Worthy Matron IrMay and Saturday evening Mr*. Ella M. McQueen will to other necessary buainesa. special contribution for worthy request that all member of the I Some thirty members and ,I I
    George W. lore O.}.S. Tallahassee before the first Sunday in June. entertain Ole Young Women cau I delivered the dedicatoryaddress. On the firat Sunday morn- Auxiliary, 5 pm. Sunday at With the major portion! of I was, u of yesterday when! a m. Sunday. Mr John Daniel a Going Rams Win In
    During the program nz, the Youth of the Church home the busbies completed, the donation of $32.13 was given Official board meet Tuesday 'Away Party at the resident of [
    where tribue was paid Mm. vi'l render a program commencing The Rev. W. M. Maxwell pastor outgoing president gave a short to Mr, Willie M Bell. She has A:30 p.m. Chairman and board Mn Nancy Belvie which they I
    President
    I cited by ContestsThe
    Daniel She was with Sunday School. of New JereauUm Missionary talk expressing appreciation to been hospitalized. Since the members are urged to attend. thought would be approlat for Two
    Gore aaUitmg her aa The program will be staffed Baptist Church Havana will the aoror for having served union organized they have Sunday school board meet, ,such an occaaslon. '
    : *.llowi,IIfer.Ch Dreamer., Neighbor jy the' youth of the church. be the guest speaker at theFellowihlp as their leader for the part two given an appreciation dinner. A Monday 6;30 p.m. The house was beautifully Billable Ram baseball
    and African Shoe Gloria Gibson, promis-I : service, This pro.gram yean. At the end of her talk total. of $320,00 has been spent Prayer meeting Wednesday, decorated During the first in-, team won over the hardfightmg
    A christian lear, Church ng young lady of the city will will be held at Beulah Hill she asked that all new officer for these dinner. 6:30 p.m. and Junior choir re teral of the party, the YI<'IlIre.1 Chattahoochee Tigers Saturday
    Methodist Episcopal OES. State M the guest sneaker for the Missionary Baptlat Church stand and repeat the oath of A taut/ menu ol potato 181. hearsal 7:30: p.m. Senior choir sident, Mr. Samual Hutleyjr, evening, at Chattahoochee W
    the
    and head of and friend occa: ion. trotna.; The public la Invited. office This wa* done. ad fried chicken, hot rolla, rehearsal at 8 00 p,m. presented the President to the Akjns\ L. Farmer D. Johnson
    A neighbor
    of Florida. The Pastor officer and The 6:30 incoming served to and D. Johnson played key
    who make her program commence After oath-taking the cake and punch was group after which' Mill Francis
    A dreamer and builder membera have been invited to pm. Sunday. president, aoror Ursula guest and choir member attending Card of Thanks Jackson presented to the president roles In the victory. Johnson
    dream come true OES. be guest at the Installation Weekly prayer meeting, Tue.- Wllliama, discussed! with the Miss Dorothy Well a mem- a small token in remember was credited with the win, but
    *f the Youth Program service at Mt. Olive Primitive day 7:SO p.m. group several vital Issues regarding I President Emory J. Croomi ber of the das of '64, CarterParramore of the club. wa relieved in the seventh by
    KaptUt Church Madison Fla the aororlt)'. One ofthose i one'of the orgiuilwr: ; and charter High School expresses The second Interal of the L. Webb.
    Defeat the Rev. II. Herring will bt Dr. Dallas Carter being discussed pertained member have served as her thank and deep party wa the serving of the The Ram aim! won another
    Dodgers install aa pastor during this to the organizational structure head of the union since it or- appreciation for gift given herat refreshment by the members game Sunday by defeating the
    wrvlce. of the sorority. If thi 'ganized sixteen years ago. his the terminus of her high and the third and final Inters Saint from St. Hebron. T.
    Georgia NineThe The Sunday School convent- Death VictimDr. plan <* accepted by the sores It' loreslghtednpsi and Christian spirit school career. The gift will of the party was the early Farmer, J. Sailor, R Mitchell,
    Ion| will convene with Philadelphia will be something new to all with the cooperation of staff always be of thought of the morning breakfast given at. the W, Keaton and C. Ellia play.
    Quincy Dodgers ad.led Primitive Baptist Church,, Dalla Carter of the of them. At leant from the confines representative have given inspiration friendship which exalt, which resident of Mia Carolyn Cola- ed key role in the victory! The
    another by defeatingthe Tallahassee, Wednesday before Shiloh community three mile of TAU ZETA. Project to the founding of I I pray will extend thru the ton. Ram ace, G. Jones pitched! a
    awwT7p from l<.h/- the fourth Sunday in June.Appreciation south of Quincy died at 5 a. to be worked on for the next' other union in the county. year to come May God Slew complete game. The team record -
    way, da. Rayfield Elias teamed m. May 26 at the Ged den year were also dlscusaed Typical of the usual union each of you. I stand 6 2.
    with Allen "Boo-Bo" Dix- County Hoapital. The hostess, Soror Anderson, service, with the exception of Plans are Incomplete a* of Appreciation
    Ion. Dillon going 4 out of 6 Dr. Carter a retired dentist is to be thanked for providingsuch annual sermon and dinner now, but tentatively ahe plans Doe Jay Greg Warren of WFUD
    earned the "Player of the Day The family of the late Mr wa a native of Quincy.. He WM delicious refreshment for the of choir Despite to enter Dade County Junior I wish to take this method Miami went sleepless for seven
    Award". This honor wa earned James I'arcell Andrewa wicket, a member of New Zion A. M. the aoror was the full singing schedule of program College, Miami this faiL Miss to extend thanks, and appreciitelon day and six nights and broke the
    method acknow. Church and the Pallbearer a Wells member of the for the many gifts record of continuous brotidCMtlnc!
    fcy Dlxion two week In a row U> take this ) to E. funeral throughout the was a
    Rayfield "Dlno" Elias, reached ledge their sincere gratitude I Association. sn meeting was considered Marching (Lion C.-P. Band. She riven me upon graduation The marathon raised fund for
    his old form by strickwa and appreciation to their many. Funeral service will be held Saint James county, quite the auces&fully taged. I II also a member of St. James Signed: Marene Marry class Miami Variety Chlldreni' BOlo
    out seven Tigers an only] allowing friend for their various ex., Saturday, May 80 at New Zion' The total received from the A.M.E. Church. of '64. pital'
    no acorea after the third pnesalon of MmJJhle'u:: : Church with the Rev. Hardy Church NewsThe union choir member wa
    Wife
    his passing. each I Jones In charge, Interment will Preservers
    Inning
    $13840.Rites. !II I PLAY IT COOL IN STREAMLINED STRIPES
    Howard Crawford, reliable af you, be In the Carter Family Cemetery -1 Senior and Junior Missionary
    Dodger stole the show, he alao Mr*. Alma Dougla Andrew, at Shiloh with the ifcuuy Department will have
    went: 4-5 and made a fine fluid and family. Funeral Home In charge. I charge of service throughoutthe Held For
    Survivor include a brother day Sunday. :
    play.The Dodger' travel to Don. The Florida Department of Ag. Mr. Robert Carter, Quincy; Mrs Leona Sumpter, memo 1tarp.sir.
    aldnonvllle Georgia to meet the riculliiiA and the Florida EgiCamrnlsHlon t two aiat..re. Mr*. Luvenia Wa- ber of the faculty, balm Elementary Mrs. Borders
    Georgian there. TI1"I'sm are promoting con. dell Ft. Lauderdale, and Mr*. School, Greensborowill
    ttand alx victory tnd two iiimpllon of eggs during May,, Elorence Willlama, St. PeW,.- be the speaker for the Mr* Tenhola Border, well
    \ lone. Horlrta Egg Month.H burg; a brother-in-law Mr, hd- morning service, commencing at known citizen of Hardaway
    ----- ward Wadell, Ft. Lauderdale; home
    : 11 a.m. The speaker a native community, panned at ,
    two alatern-in.law, Mr*. Vertia Floridian I. a member of Mt. Thursday May 21, 9:30: a.m.,
    a ------l ,Carter Quincy, and Mr, Annie Moris Missionary Baptist following an extended illness
    e I Carter, Quincy; an aunt Mr, Church. E"i: is also a memberof A native of Batnbridice' Georgiashe 4sy plastic bogs or* e ten.Vtnltnl .
    Corona King, Pittaburg, Pa.) a Tau Zeta Chapter, Beta Phi had lived in Gednden County t odor-proof way of Iran*,
    f nephew Mr. Fred Carter Quincy Beta Sorority. Mrs. Sumpter for several )'eara. Funeral porting the flihtrmm catch. Add
    I II and many other niece and ha* spoken before several audl- M-rvic-es for the deceased were c0 h Ice and dote tightly.Suitable.
    I I nephew 'anew at churches and school "d ay, 2 p.,.. -from ,. eib
    I II II The speaker for the Youth heMorning Star Missionary; Bap-: ForSummer
    I Hawks LosersIn Program I la Miss Joan Baker a list Church. The Rev. A. C
    H young lady of the city. Mia Carroll, pastor was in charge.. ,0 r
    Game Baker i* an outstanding memo Following the procession, and
    I Big her of St; James A,M.K. church opening service, a short program -
    Coming into Sunday game and *enne* on several auxJIIrie was held h
    the Hawk were tied for first *. A few observations on the
    I place with the Tallahaimee Powell' E. Woodberry announces 'Christian and Citizenry of the
    Clowns but draped Into second that Sunday School deceased was given The pastor )
    ,when they defeated bya will commence at 9:45 a.m. AU delivered the eulogy) /
    $100.00 JACKPOTAT scare of -ijy the Clown teacher and pupil are requested The survivors are; Mr. Ned:
    I the Hawk lone run came in to report on time Border husband, Eugene.
    the second Inning on a walk to 'Tli Junior usher board and David and Louis Payne, brothers ?
    C. Wllliama, a hit by Lucua and senior missionary choir will Misses Ethel and Janl e ,
    another hit by pitcher Jerry serve at both program' Lee Payne alll\.erl.l Mr*. J.ouryp.yne sty, c' r v
    Hall. The senior missionary choir mother and Mr*. Ethel
    JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS I The game wa a hand game will stage rehearsal Thursday Walker grandmother at t.
    I for Hall to ke because he evening following prayer ervlce Interment was held In the
    allowed only four hit to the Plan are being mad by White Country Cemetery, De- I
    Clown, but hla team could not the program committee, to observe cature County. &mmi Jack: on
    (I produce any rune for him. Children. Day the second funeral Home In charge.
    : The Hawk had only three Sunday In Jun. Parents of In- t
    5 BONUS WINNERSREGISTER hit for the day. The player fanta desiring to be Baptized GOP tmVEVTIOS HFAD
    getting the hits were, Hlcka, are asked to bring them pre of 'Ak xr 4
    Children' Senator ThurntonB, Morton .. ,.
    Lueua and Hall rite on i --A--
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    I AT The Hawk will\ play Sylvea- lay.Julius Kentucky former former GOP rreKidrntElsenhower I SUN-TIME. WDJENTHELIVIN'I3EASYRiuubring.yoac.n.I
    ter at Havana Sunday May 81 DsvU, chairman of the under bas been *elted:I free seersucker interchangeablea that add mileage to your fashion
    JITNEY JUNGLEBE Game time S :00 Come one Program Committee, Father'sDay chairman of t life. Part of a new wardrobe plan they pay big dividend for summer
    Come all and see the beat la observation request the aa permanent plan heo adding op to the smoothest look under the sun. Travel.WISA,
    neml-profeulonal baseball in support of the male members conventionRepublican display they take you smartly to town or easily around the world always
    SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY the IIOU tho of St. James In observing the put youth and vigor audiences on who r freak and cool",no matter how the temperature soar*.Mix and match
    day, the third Sunday in June.Simple fur the television' them an you will, Hans' versatile dacron and cotton playmates
    I The without any watch the national Prldl.ntlalnomlnatlnl 'launder in a jiffy and require only the slightest of care. En route M
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    Le I Block 1 ie.s $ 1oN to ZlCompa- 19.Tree for one
    tXBaartf
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    .pt.
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    ; P1.ro. 15[ toW 10 p4.
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    Oroen.bo.o. : 1 .t for Church P.08 0 J8.ShoW tnIrth 18.tlnadortte OK 11, P. U' i 4'tr.Oilaa. Tblip.roel r.il.top. 111 I 101 1 I W. G. Parker 11.61B.gtn JO. Sir of
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    neat at If lmo run w flf, .. shot.18 V,sold P. Wlltlom 1>. .rr'll 1.m.C, flI JfWI. Otlwrvrlw2RCold

    III Ft to Rd., H.U' let I 1 0 1 E.1ate ...,...,...., I.UIiI'J W.. run I"H. 110 JPt., rt.&. (her.) [11- .

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    rt, a 11 L 104Ft to 1'.0.11. jnoUture "4 14
    to lit... lid, r.. "t NZ of fB 116. P. lat 0 101 I II Calvin Cos o.u.- 1I.1t !t French
    I0WIr $61Ft of IW 6ofNW .
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    to DBUCV NM1, P. Will Robtn.on i
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    In Died Bonk TIT N no..rt i Robsica l.n.
    1'... 107. 11 I I S Harold W. Ih.par4 UII Ill 1 I I II Robinson, E.l&tI UI Co..m.bndr,. whore of lot II N., zool) z a. .. 1U z. a 1
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    f II'W I I... 1 $or.y B.0.10. I I I I Etta anlOI1" UIB. N. II' II' E. U p I'h I'/
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    P. O, P. .n Thom. -
    i\ $ tun W. 120 Ft cra"IP. 660 I I' 01& L.. Smith Ooln.. II.". at N.W.t plant
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    w. 110 rl., 5 of NW I.fj'lfln run 5. 5' 111 iFto DOWN
    N. 110 Ft, m. 1t0 to begln. run 1.
    110 Ft to 1'/.8., ot IIWC 0 fdo. I Iof M. /' W. Iin Ft., =1:11..w .v
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    210 plo. m. 25pl. N. /' R. 110 Ft,. Uonarr
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    I to P0.8. DR
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    420 JI't., N' 101
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    440. It 2 I I Cla.not Carter. JIlt .AJ 1.11 0. E..t Midway. 447 run liL7..Ionlf .
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    tv run N.$10Pt B ZZZ, 1', U' I' I E7.tat. 10.1' said Rd. 111 Ft.,
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    \ P. N. 60 Ft., IC. n."to f0 ,d., II. 70 d.
    $4 1 S I Nalhanl.1 Clark '1.11 0. 10 Ft to E. 70 ,d.., N.. 7dyds.
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    U 1 I Edgar
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    orr 510 who eonftned the crew to the ship hare reported that
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    240 ., 0 Rd $61 n.t. .
    Contact U. Before You Selll
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    t Iri1 1. A. Parry, dotia.id. late of **I I4fountr "( o..t..... Countr. riorlda will'
    to tko County Judeo of r.i-.liMld bid until l. o.
    RhNT Two b.dlonl1l Call Lewis E. Porch II"' '''.. County Florida 01 ale AM Wftdnooday, June I, IH,
    _. ills bath 11Inl. to tn, nffloo III the court kow. of ald for tb. ..1. of t won .1....
    ./.Ills rnem. 414 oc ...od I. MAin 7-8770 County at Qulner. Florida, wltkla room building 10 tk* high blddorThla .
    bat k porch largo track Yard <'n ill oaludar menthe from tko l.ulldlni to loraivd atrlnaflild
    4.: F"r..1 rr, L'hon. Mrs R U. u of 5
    UP TO 36 MONTHSTO tlm. nf the tint publication aVomantary IkkoMnMir
    Irkl."d ; 5 of oaekrlalm Or tna Intaroaltd
    .SaILtYO'1 thi. lollco Two ooplee pant*
    ..II ._II- PAY or demand ikall ko In writing nay i.. 'th. building kv "n.
    and shall .,.,. the Blao* of 'toting tk. principal, Fuddle U t
    ro.ld.iK and Boat offko ad.rti Andr w.
    FREE ESTIMATES ooo r.11t* claimant, and shall' : limb bid must k* 'ooontpnld 1
    FOR RENT FOR SALE or RENT k* worn In ky the claimant kli b y tirtlflKl rink. .caahlir : .
    CALL tint. or aitern.T and adeompan.lid hock or suits for th. amount of ...rav0elrIrnn1
    2-Bedroom HouseTelephone br a flllni ..* of one dollar ho bid (
    Bedroom infareItbed .. cat .. Th. rltltl will kt
    M dem 1 and .d tlalm .r .m. r..n.J krf
    ApirtmenL Located In 627.8661Quincy filed atoll k* void ."t any and all hide
    ,... ,.. P. WIHcalindAa HOARD Of PI'RUC IS TRIC.TlUN .
    Duplex .t IIS W. ,,"uhln, MAin 7-6255 ailmlnloiratrli of Iko OADttDBN OOL'XTV:
    \
    ton. Within" walking dUh Florida lutita: o( "Anil A. Ferry, .* KU1H1UAHT

    tans of shops, school and ....*. K. II ri.RTVHKR. .. -
    hurchet. FOR 1-1.1'1'- It ..... Mad Into' I rimpiikllcetlon May 14. 1H4M ('HAIRKANATT105T rd J

    two apitlmtnt 17,KM 00 fl l' -- --, It, II, II, J 4,., 4t. \I. II hAl.Kldfl, UtCM AT tlA-&nok. pmn tram the Norw '
    : *- tafem
    Call (27-1161. during bustneti down Ownor will finance baUntaet IN CIRCtIT COItRTOIIHR ''X'RICTA''T It IW& paa.mlp.r-'rdlgbher Secd.wp., It ass lit eeoa htnilnf ever the aid* One
    Walan.naMAIa N *ana
    Wilma
    bourn tr IZ74294, after nos / '.<<1 14I tf. *I \>ND jmiCIAL IN CIR AND .0 th* Woai Coast o< Beat,.. Ladder taxi by penoo wu known dead and tai other penon'
    1'1'11' OF FURIUA. wore
    I ,-.. FOR ADIIDL'4' CVUNTt "".. ... p....... M .... r Mondos the soaking eel. missing Including th. ceputn of th* .Tee
    rorty-flv
    'OB SALES LHASCKRT. NO! ICBS'cHloo panune wor bolloved reemmt,

    Bedroom HOUM. Low MATT!. LCI HICXET'P\lI. la hereby .lv.a till thHoard .
    IEAI ISTATI I tt of AdJuMmonl prorldodfor ;3"0"1 7 :Hf1I' '
    Down Low ... 'Growth in
    Payment
    I mSHIRTS by MMtlon 14 II "f the Codi grace'
    Monthly Payment. Flnaao.Ini VIROIL HICKEY >( Urdlnanr, Cllt of QulncyKkwMa '
    Already Arranifd. Nor OIlI>EIJ'OIl rftNlTRt.CT1VPscRvil'a Tt.f.qAant will I hold a aubllo harms J A X1 I Iboll.

    man MrMlllin, 111 Mif I at III oolo.lt V M, Won.
    oolli Drive. U TOI VIRGIL motet .Jay, JUKI lath till at the Pub builnm one may bear the 4)). "What w* matt nest b
    INSURANR ng Kaffir OftV or motion atornor
    R.UU 1'\0. i : of Madlooll and iTlwfordir IN role of lbs cynla tiylng."II prajir of fervint desire

    YOU Albany ARE. Ooeral HEREBY 1'10'1'1.II'Ir.n < "ti:'I'r l'ilt'< of quinrjrho en Ual RiAaf you know that growth U pie, eipreued

    u that a ooatiilalat' tor dl. Hirb Neely trim pull you *h.... la this !job| It'iH'fto patience tnerkneu, lov*,

    1.H.tI H ,., I t.IIJ.1 oxd ,.w. ha. b....111104 tiled ...Blliet. you and .ho d.nHI of the tot t'the ny of building g.Hnir; dnrln 10'.p..lor 0 MII you know!I" JII..D D' MrdonlcaUf good deed.* Part of B Ihl
    In the abut. .r"
    7NO
    I IwantS ru are kerky roqulrod to eurvsa ,dhl* application: for porntllI that trilnlni end n.p.rl..c. cry definition ofegrace" ..

    RXPRRTF\CE11: SCRCTARTI: PANTSLAUNDERED totr' of your aniwor or ether .an opin rnrport to bin HOR1i ere ill try well, but "Th dlvtn Influeac
    otli .
    work, call IJI-411' .. r otdonr n tol a .nl.n"
    BOB RENT >ll y it, J u no 4 II iI., iniifC to 10 .pl.I l) B.tJohn. > ,ir..t hip the ro that aurkriotdoor whit s person Bttdi for id- operitei In men to ygts
    attnrnir.
    roll IALK"- .:1.... o K itov I on. III M. Wa.klna-ten! ..inst.QuinY I I. a nonoonformlnflbulldlnt .. J a rh Tiictminl the lafluonc of i and ..nell',, and to
    and ot task of
    MEXI'O BEACH Blond Htrn. RCA Victor .nd I Florida I end file tie. ..'11.1.". old.lees.,... till Omy Cotton Rut lnqulr.at FLUFF DRYREPAIRS original of Sell anawor or plaid.log Tlili J"th day nf Matr. 1114no who cm push al aspirant reilit templiUoaV
    la the offle of Uo Clerkf
    Tin W.
    ,... than 1M ft. f... w.I.rapdae Waohlnttan Ht, guln ni> nr AMI'KTwrNT or
    I .. y May II Jun 4 the clove Court on or '..f.r.I' .r ihtld Al on* allowi tho divine IB-
    .
    I iiti...Row. ..lptpar.I epdrnr..U....... FOR 1AM Hallleraflira I XI I Ith day of Juno, A. D. 1114or IIIK rIA.nll'A"nr 0.lIINl'r, If the ..wl, ippolnttd tra- fluent* to opera I. la his eonlolouineii -
    .
    .. .. will In
    dieS .r. M l
    Ilene ... ...... ('...platkltrhe. II' If-bud) .horl" a pro UN ... H nai.. thli id itrenirth wll
    bUTi
    ........01 Llk. new Plua ''' ontortil aalnot you ,.. ploy** lontlmtnt
    .. Setl. parch.N t'.lrn
    111 .nt fop "IIA" per ....... manulla, Writ. Rot "ror.IY.1 and lIONS AND OHDKnfD: laQulnry .Mar I1. Juno 4 I. 510 hli prospects with the compiny blip on* to overcome thitemplallon
    ladodon Florida,
    Gulndsn ( Tim.. County,
    'nunly to bunt lb. adVance
    .n IIAI. T-rawa .. MA' TNIrW. ALTERATIONSMORROW Ihli I doy of May .A. U It... would seem to b* roitrlcltd. No
    .. I (IKAI.IJo ., liln t tkle-oa art doubt h* might hear of e.... of of mother and to thing!
    : 0111 ...... NOTIOUNotlco hli attitude from of
    a lot ., et1ter potalelCAtUAiTT nepotlim i* well li whit ape envy another

    --- INVISIBLEmake IF.WU'ISQ .lork.&404.11 Olrovlt Count Court. Florid I* hereby llvin that the run to h* blatant fivorltlimBut I to Joy IB bit (rood for

    il: t;1 DRIVE IN toy o/lMticlai H. B.ur, DC. nerd of Ailliiofnionl nro ;4)t: hole, cuta, tears and _M.r t, K II, II 4i tar by Motion. l.'II of the I'nd are undeniable from God will reward him ai Jeiui

    burnt dluppoar from dim- CLEANERSCoroor ,nf ordlnani-M. i'Uy of Qulnry.rinrMa I.." when. h maid Lab
    I IN TUB COURT Or THB OOl'N i" will bold a publl. koarme <. the human point of ,I lw, no prom (
    lied garments and fibrin. Hoar Oaorford TT JItHIC, UA1MDRN COCNTT al.t.* u 'lurk P. .M. Hnn part of th. ..(dene. li typo, for U 1111, Tnr not. llttl flock

    MALE San your damaged girmente I uu. ITATB or FLORIDA II lay* .lafotr Jun. Illh< Illl It Watlon the Hub atVrnor In reality ill food tomes from for It I. your 'alb.,'. icxxpleiitire

    HELP WANTED by hiving them U- EaT 1'. OF A .. HINMM.> : of )A:11t:0r. CrawfordMI God. II* hu no fiTorllei; pit to live you the kiD >

    t d......... M". in tbo t''', of qulnir on .r* equally till beloved thll- dora." If one penliti IB BUM
    Sewerage Plant Operator visibly rewoven. Fair prlcei NOTICB or riUNa IKTITWNKdH : .... ippMl of thi HulMlna ,'011I. right thinking, elreumilaae
    Trainee. and prompt unrke. Mln KINALi 1>1HOHAHONOTICK & "'",.. ..> Ih* Now Itilladolphla ores **k.
    HOMES'Kln91berry ... will b* eh.llpell.. bit fivor. j
    ; .
    lo hortby il Silt .*. ylrla Chunh f..IIt the God doi
    Hlfh School GriduiU. Audrey Xeivei ItS Went' wo hiv flllod our rinoJ r,tutn roaulrimint of tho Hulldlna to. lot prefer on. of Thli will happen la the; l sp.rl.ne J
    18 to 44. .* Kicrnlnr of the .Je4... of A. pMinr of (ho lily nf gulniroaulrln ., HI* chlMrtn to soother or Mndof of ill of when
    SL. Fli Fh. I' wej
    King Quincy, .
    H I11NHON, dOFtuwl that wt th* paring' and paMlelInk kind of misfortune to my
    Apply In Person H-74)Z. U bans rilod our polities for dlotnbultoi boors oroupylnt building Mtil top working igilail our.."" .*

    CITY UTILITY DEFT. and for final dl.,-h.ri.. I. Adama airiat la Ih. Oly :W.I hi 'bh; fill ltu'OiJ and let God lovini. Wh.t.... t
    end that on Juno II, ..... or .. of lulnry, Florida mortill thai
    North Ad.mi Street .o..n th.r. f(.c 10 wo i*n k< TMa ink day of Mar I'M. rinks Him th. author of fruitri w* need lo do should sot be
    heart. .. will apply to tko Hon- BOARII t>r AWtnTwrNT or don through Jeilouiy, r*.ene
    I ori bl. H. T. H.rnolda, County TUB (ITT OF jtlM.T, lion its dos not InlHft Inlnnlty m.nt. or outraged pride, but InpatliBl
    .at.me.elt-lGreenwood i Judea of UdxlMi County, Florida rum DA fin Illl offiprlni. IndMti, love 3
    (or approval of Mid roturna By M. ri Hl.. the Bible of him (Ilihik- and undenUidln;
    WANTEDlaUroit BUSINESS and for an (Md., of Ulalrlbntlonand Chairman iiyi Th* reward of perilili-ntlK'
    ANNOUNCEMENTSTV for Final lilackario .. *...<,- M.y1, Jun 4 It knk 111)), "Thou art of purer Ihrowlag dawn the egotist Iqni
    stop of tin Will .. A. H. 1I1N. yet thin to behold evil, mil
    HUM 4w....... U our growing awareness. ol
    Party andSunset rinit not look on Iniquity.
    Ih* kingdom of Gnu within.
    I ITATB BANK NOTICB FOR HIP This I In Hi place I
    Far Manafaaiaal .fb.l: ; W* shall grow IB grit* n wepractise
    RS.eulrIARr0llct: ... the that evil| hu
    Acres S eel.d klda will ke .tY.et/ ) by my
    I In the imiUeit detail
    SERVICE 1.iNESAT'1'ORNKY5
    A of fonimloilonora I ,.trw n
    the Hoard I otinly
    R.alal .f ._ rolt ItXBCiJTORNOTICE rior.. entity or my claim on mm, of dilly life the ovaMlei ei"petlenfe. t
    or 1- a.pan AL ; of Oadnl.n Uoiiniy. Ood'i Image
    ..... CLARK PLEMMONS I 10 r M oclorktoltnwlnc and Ilkiniu.Chriitlin "
    K r..S TO f'flPWllrORaFIAHIL'A Ida tin to roerkieu, I,.. Weshell
    Local Hotel I INla. 1's_.". Jima n. teat o. t". IcUne. which li b
    RADIO kCAPITAL Phone dAIs 7-1511 ITATHTIM m.nl Home Cur patient I* our rotationswith I
    I I In III* cniirt of Iho County Pqulp I In scoots with bi DIM teach.Inge olheri and hiv elfei
    Judi.. o.d.... County, Far. uoa ky the Hood and Bridie l>* wna |
    TV SERVICE ,,,.. In 1'roba.i*. partmonti iiptclally thou of Christ lov. ii Ih* motive fore behindour
    CaD MAIn 7-6245 Set Ie_ 1.5_ .1 In .. .. JMUI ahowi how
    .1I .. t r KiI' '* *f It... No li Two In Ton IMmpTruiko on. to over.Scull. HUM toward otheri Cass

    Bofor JUDe I ISAAC UKK McNKALT.Aaalnol Ler.aa.A.To 1114 .."tI..., I....*o< sill thought. Miry Baker ictloni will the b* good deedaJ

    Sib .1.j LEONMOBILE AU Cr.dllor. and .roon. (tin and liaoalo, will I". fol + 1r Eddy, who dltrortnd ind antilnled br eeir-rlihleouiaeii./

    .j 1I.'n. Jar/n. .r 1/onpnd. lowing Kqulpm.nliKtandard founded Ibis h.alln( rll,lna, don. U a lladlr minner *n I IA71 Bald Kolali write/ In "Sclenr
    Cab end lleilth
    *
    HOMES Bus and oooh of you are h.r.by .. eourteauly.TA.. CkritUuMStlmtt
    r ..1111... and qulrd lo p,.. Whoelboo* Illlnrhe* Oaklo with J y to tli* Sorlplar (o.I Hutltnf 1WASHINGTON'

    Help Wanted! Silo o Service .ont any tlalm and '..an... IDntlno Alia--V tl Tr.ln a>'koa lib IIPrranamloolon 1
    which you, or oltkor of you, mar ... olrwt
    kava. la-ilnot' the ...... of ......rIIk.1 I Pod. ...
    .
    New Moon Virlollo, MiN.aly, doofaaod, lot. Roar Ail t *i>
    SALESMENMEN Gardner Concor, Stewart of .. County, to Iho County Ibe. LapaoltyRoar

    Nice Class Uiod TteiUri Jules of 0..11 Cou.ry.tke'oourt'10" .....In.. I" Ralod 1.145Ihi.aeh.prlna
    I' md 10 Wide Ida at kla ofrine IB and Au.llaaeyb.lpw M WTNAMJ'Ir.oU. A
    J
    homo of ..1.. County at Qulory,
    or WOMENHANDICAPPED FI......... whim alt .1..41. eprln** : WUUam D. ......., M, ofBoolUa
    w. trade for furniture Ofearthing I "'nnt fretn lbad limo eS the Brokoo -. Vanuum HoootorHydraulM w....., roooror atVkMnan.

    of vtlu flr.1 .bll..I.n .t thliS' e. ireTwe Tiro rronl Tilde It aly S.Iehs Nary Itoaplial 11&IosSB I
    0.51.5 of sack alarm 01' desmand Dual lour Illit I* ply I Rtrhttv
    orRETIRED We H...- COOL SEAL shall I. 'In wrUln.. cod W".... -. If li Hudd Typo Iwild WM wound
    .b.1I Nals the pl... or realism'. .d hi both bin daring s Cem.

    PERSONS U. .. 10 Vt mU. weel el and pool ofri... aiMraoo of tkiatlnra.y b..1 dies wh..i. ) spanW MOM gMnttU war .(.., MARCH OF
    .
    .I..ot, and aftllll b. "0'. 1.by EVENTS
    GIVEN Tilquin Ise.Tallabe. the olaim.nt. Itlo aasat. .r front .All IMI Ib ..peril rfroni .
    EVERY and aixxiHipaaiod by a springs rated ..*.lIke
    I' Pi3SIDONCY InOND
    ..., Florida mine foe of one dance aol aorknlaliB pw *prln( TAUI'AIIUTY MAONITUDI
    CONSIDERATIONCALL or d....... cot .* '11.' Hli If ClutonrroM : or MOm |I AWlS (IMAOINATIOI
    till Wet Tenaotae .hill >* void Tow Honk
    ('ITIj>.I'N" BANK: TRCITTOMPANr Hunnlnf Poredaa nrjfir '
    CATIICAR'Pc.slv.1
    vuan (Ml Filler an 1.1..... /
    PEST CONTROL Phone lil-llll I
    II (:. T A. able Rlamanl fnu WnU g1o* Wrtltr

    627.6648 foit Control Tor-It* I A* idnrfnlotrater CT A. of Oil Bat Air n....' 'W' =....- .TTTAWITVOTON-Wllhln lilt momory of moat Bring penonl
    the KM at. of looa* (IkllMtiNooJy 111) Hattory 1* Amp.
    Control Bit sad -- -_ I dooooaodFlrot 4lononMor 41 .Amp. fly tile mp/m.Ibllltis at Ih* preoManry rive to oxp\nd nl

    QUINCY Moark roolaoltooCill publication Mir II. Did HI Radiator .I* awe UM Onag stles. Not only ... till menmar4 aMabUataiBMfkt
    Slur 14 II, II. Jane 4 41 lroHioaal Miscall "hoea. '
    TilUkau. Da. Roar *pfid4 iroaUy, but the population mnroaa ouplod wtt|

    WELL DRILLING .II THM JUlll CIHft'lT("IAI. (CXil.IfV''RTUCONIJ HITUK alo Tw. (I) tkroo yardwwor |Uk. growing numbs sad power of other naUon hev tavattt ell

    .. ---- COLLECT TUB errATM uf FIAMUl4'If lost dump: bfidloa wMk ,,ikfaltsy 11rtuaU1 beyond tile abUIUad If .... ta.1s to mwIn
    HOME KITE JI5.J4JJ featuring Complete A'fl'I F'H <.Air>BVfl tour III yard eniio, I foo 0 Wag, pr'IIfIan4.'
    FOR Line el let >(;XT T. IN CMANUKMr *t feet "'I with double I O'olAuUi .
    SALE OFFICE S12-17II dONE Doming Pumps Hit I-IIIWH'TIIKHN with la** bumf ouffl* n renenl dUeuaalon t* OM Butler en Ok*
    Home or Irrigation. ....1 ,. heed( pay "...4. ITalh
    : J/OLDUIQ ef
    HOUSES annlroroary Oaart Wajhlnflnn'l
    .>.. euerior ook piMotixf
    TERRYROSAHARDWARE (.UHIMHATION. ik.dloo aN ,,,...11.. el taking the flret preatdonttal Nth fat *ffl*..,

    rll\ SALE: Brkk' V..... I- rs P1sloyft, irvika.Hem Lyivlun. Johiuoaj put It Slid wiyi ",... preat.
    '. Ixraao, I k.ds ss I CO. VHTJ.IH r HALL and 1' Ne 1' On* (t) lloaiy DaI aNy hi Nile ..
    1.1"I ;: STOP less Mndol |.| Vii Teu-k WMkIke bury Man wM ..pIetI IIB
    b wife.
    +rit KltntMK 1 lW' Ini MATTIM ""1.14 kM
    n Onmblnnt. Pat", t tillii' 1421 South Monroe SI I..,........ foilowln oaulpraoallaion _II., bus mall, tlfoy than b* WM} lMM

    X .m Corporl. Pared IH-I_ For All Your TaU.h...., Flerldi I NOTICE (".> uoHTHAuaj ..ord CokWfceolbaoo .lit look -n Cab maiur bow big not big *nouli far Mdomandd
    wn Hoi ...,ral brat Kaaitil __ PiiikA.IA..I.'U' UtA: M eould b
    man
    323.I/07 IOt to aaio II IK BOO.rniloo BUT swan than
    M, Wo rart m, Qulnoy, HI.th .- 0WllUM IT MYvMERE" : :
    ,, ; t-ITll. I : Hour la bray .l... pure -- V Try. .Ill Hf.Treoomlaeloa J." Johnann lonUnuad. got how UM ettk .
    'yUAIn Needs { ....
    Fishing neat !. a rinal Peer.. wf ,..... apood $ tmror* above tile man who II sod
    roil HAI.E III Ch.mp.aTrad.wlnd Roar A lie I .pood r.a4.. -> eacMptool
    ie ky i* foot, two Lake Talquln Road lawiri May, |>44 dated, aod !ootoro* IIM* la icy l.....f- I?.*** Ib ea,.....'. (ire. aim Krenftk that I* .... ajrtjntdf? flmn
    '
    .dmom kouootrallar' ICicollontndlthin. nry (... No. a.". of Ice Or> aII"" .,* I Innk Mald bifewm,"
    ... Koaionokly prtcodti'.HII w. D. Hirtoll. S Robot St> .. Elactrk .. 1100 loo. ot'4 '(:
    Plumbutg na. C>url < Iko lonowl JoofaiaJ WIllIe ... .. Other feoant nreatdont have ..
    U Amlliery kolpor oorince *ap> ail ltd
    .
    (Iroolt. 'in ... fur ..... I_.-
    .. SuppUoe. Pip end rUtlaga. ly, Florida. lo ,... class oiylodeauoo. II..... Veouof* ..,.,.... lame tMu(tins 14 onmewlMl flnOar tank.
    t"K HAUC I kodroom c"'tu wan .......... Tile Peed I will Mil .. Iko kl.kMaad Ira Itlile I* ply rroaeeeal A ( >il In .
    ot l.ak. Talqurn. Dock It"... le fly will RoartTkeol r n very real eonoa the ,........., .f She

    r.'rlaoraior' and I bank .151St. VITAMIN AND CM and Oil Heeler* ......,kM door III"of Iko., for Ila4>n..l... ttnttaty M Iko >.oot Stool *>.... aid roiii Mf/| ValUd States baa frown to tile petal sire
    II .
    ,
    hard .
    i LandlneMAln t It 1114 41 HEALTH FOOD SERVICE I ..IH'tIt.' .... I. Maim ,. Pbosdu, .....,. RI.Pl..al K en**) may b* boroM lBs iMlty ., say ..
    Jun. 4. ,
    May '1. U. It,
    Ik .
    All TIN ..
    I ""_ I: .t II a* oio>k A. M o* tk* .iia ... : Bun to ......,.. AHJuwhlry UontiMUIMp.1lheBkiyw.U
    it SALE Cenereta Plorll Special Diet and ROCCOPIPE darI Jun., ..*.. Ik* follnojln-, r. normal Rated It**
    I r':naltar., I b.droom.. big living Health foodjMb I ..--...... properly. I. ,..-... Iko, por apvlaiFroaio -i -- com* tun when. the proatdoney win hiv t* b* vote*|
    f' ''ID will "..,lee.. a.pana dle'Ing I i "inn, .* cot Iwrik la aa.d Vial 110. ......eBt la- In torn _a_.
    ........ Twa alp c..o ILl..... Audrey &...... Owner I... ... I. w 1 tV. noted L Typo v-MMNHI VUWKMMTIrWikhab Sons
    ... I Iat I IIU U" On if I, UowfnWul aludMiti of |evornm.tit ..u..* Out ertVAavy
    .. .
    FenrN ,In back yard wltk Ml W. Klai 8U n. IZ7-141I & SUPPLY CO. 'ic ol ino Nortkooot oornor Frees Tow I4mb. 11... ..u..... ever*** will demand
    the W
    I' "ho". SAIS' 1 us ..r.1 of i .. Jtvnkeooi *voMor of creation tame tort erf Up komuuooml eaere.Urtat .

    ....'I_w..b.ads _- .. .I 44 'TEARS OF SERVICE tke, Too-Malt acuiboaei ooanor t Monk...llooa aootJoBie 4 : :pasty (:r.f.'et Plepoo.akl IN In* UM Ills opportunity-bowline and aevayevoid lad _plJt4l, ouUU Ute avner. tf poluir In thld Mannar.

    T* This Are Wool, run ftouik ..* keodrodiklrty KloiooMQoart InC a tenpm eon tor In bJ*Ire*. n proetdnt would be charged with eaUMIafiuia Md ipprovt,r
    leN t..*,, ...... Pool fill Bat* air Cloaaor Mead pot...... but their taftlanenUUaet would b* yotpoavdhoa/
    PHONE 322.0537ISIS to el. Aa5u4a. KMSbah
    HU VBHBM.
    fa d. WaM oSe .._. Uaoiory Aaip.Oanoroior k*
    .r. tt
    Beach Collage I .. ....... Blind M.Np tI.. fen hall N ,.... ., 41 Alp. eetaine I bell .... Awl n nonarUaa* mreer frevp of peopta
    Panama City ...... Htl Radiatoe14nMooBa4 o aHOVM
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    PAGE TWENTY i4-! "n'n.<;OAY. MAY 2k1, ISM
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    I and not Just to punish or restrict la sent In to the board, the board LAn AMERICA AID
    LO.OLIN i YOUTH ASKS me. learned that there are many baa no way of knowing It the name
    Man Gets s1 opportunities offered here. I I. spelled comedy, or whether President Johnson hat m.red
    AHEAD Pot a Faith and a Challenge. "What the girls are offered here (he correct sex or Urlhdat have to dispel Latin Americans' doubt
    I 1 I Good Example and Good ExpUaatlon come W great amount. Schooling been filled in correctly. about his Interest In their
    \ ...0.tr t...... Know* Limit .the education that eacb The bureau, to make sure that and In the Alliance problem (or
    ;Yt _..voce.e..o.a- Closer Moon and Cowlttsner And can reach i a high school equiv a child' birth certificate is nor Progreas. The President aid the
    -S wo.sr to To B* Heard alency diploma. Training net routinely tends to parent, United State will double Its assistance .
    Br Dorothy I. Alexander, such a* switchboard, cosmetology, without charge, t email photocopy activities under the program .
    dental assistance! beside ordinary of the certificate with
    Publications Specialist a request and "there will be twice a*
    THE rULBRIGHT d Florida Division ol thing such a* car of the that the parent check the much accomplished u In any
    CONTROVERSY As Florida WorkProgresses Child Training School body, house caring sewing gardening .,record carefully and advise the previous year."
    and much much more. 'board of any error. This notification .
    Distinguishing myth from real- b At "Appreciation Day" .t the This School ha made me of birth registration I* usual 1W4 INCOME: TAXES
    fly and vice vena, Is quit a f j ;. ( Florida School for Girls at Ocala realize that I have a life aheadof ly made when the child i* threeor The rumor are official mat
    lank for the American citizen to d where Florida rehabilitate her me and I have to live It. No four months old. tax Mil on 1964 Income will be
    day. Thli Urtfe-tom\ world !II complex I wayward girl-children, held this one else can do U for me to I "Occasionally, on finding an error bigger making refund smaller -
    enough without having to year on Sunday, May 17, the girl lace! problems as they arise and to parents become angry because than wa*, expected. It I II expected
    endure the wnselrs quarrel t v a. had charge of all the programs. work them out in a Just, good they think the board made that cutting the withhold
    touched off by torn of our biggest This II the annual day when the way. I have furthered by education a mistake In Issuing the certificate. ing rate from It per cent 01| ataxpayer'
    naimv In Washington who call for ; student and staff express their somewhat and I have set myself Actually, the board 1 Issues salary, after allowances -
    realities but live in a foreign relations appreciation to the representatives a goal in life. I have learned only photocopies of the original for exemptions, to 14 percent
    dream world.l The public ti, 'A 1."I' : of Florida' Business & Pro- self-respect, respect for other\ I certificate which ha been filed may leave some taxpayer
    debate following the rulbrlRhtpranundamrnto 1 feftslonal Women' dubs (some along with discipline. And I 'by the attending physician." owing Income tax at the end i I was useful In the ISO j() women this year) for the know that, before the time comes this year.
    wnw that dialog help determine many, many things the Florida for me to leave here, I will learn Services Held
    j action In democracy. But time Is Federation of BPW Cubs does mucb more and be a better person.
    precious, and the basic argument them throughout the year. I want to be something that INSECTICIDESSOIL
    (It any) rather IiU)'. Not even In lotS veml' choruses of girls sang my family will be: proud to claim For Twin Boys
    an election year, we believe, beautifully on the program and One who loves and reHpects life." I Graveside services were conducted FUMIGANTS
    should iuh talk bring a slowdown the chapel choir of about fifty Thl does not require any com for Henry Blane Hole
    In toil iwUon'i effort to lead the sang to an audience deeply moved ment from melParents and Avery Blair Holley at 5 WEED :KILLERS
    free world away from the entrapment .. and on the verge of tears. The o'clock Friday afternoon in Hill-
    I and snare of Communism Man will be three miles closer moon rocket and the three-man Sons,Ine.of Jacksonville Btacl annual fashion show, when the I Test Cemetery with the Rev
    Some nnlies are mad for U. S. 10 the moon when this crawler. Apollo spacecraft from the hugeVertical are using a fleet of Allls-Cbsl- girl modeled, in the auditoriumof UrgedTo William Brlcker of the First Bap
    voters; others for Mr. Khrush wa, (below) on Merritt Island, Assembly Building men equipment to help IIOY'1.I the Academic School the dresse -' tist Church officiating.The I SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
    chev' ear. But there 1* such a !'l., ii Is finished next year. Th. (above) to the launch pad. The million cubit :panda of muck and and other garment they made Check BirthCertificates Infant were twin sons of
    thing u seeking truth and trying! thr. mile long super, super crawler and its moon-bound Ufo sand. That's enough to fill a holt from material BPW give the Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Honey of
    to speak it. There extort certain tlghway is part of the National Co will weigh 17% million the I alt.! of football l field more School was as interesting as always Tallahanaee.The I
    old realities, we think that need aeronautics end Space Admin ponnds. Supporting this load but I was especially Interested J. B. Adams Funeral Home
    than fet
    1,000
    Th.
    tistion'i. |400 million launch and maintaining It absolutely1ml I deep. Canaveral -
    lest the new generations
    repeating said In
    In what the
    forget. There are differences between Complex It near Cap Kennedy.It are critical fsaturM the District: of the Awry the chapel girls One gave The Slate Board of Health laid was In charge of arrangement Sales & ServiceInc.
    will Crawler.transporter Subcontractor Corps of Engine I*overseainaconstruction program. today that approximately 5 percent
    good and evil, we think, carry a glint erawlerway construction the Call to Worship and the Invocation IOTIDY ROBBERS
    with Saturn V B. B. McCormick and for NASA. of all birth certificates sent
    and the conflict II likely to continue a .
    another led the responsive to the board have an error of Thornton Colo. William P.
    for a long time. It makes reading. Then three gave what some type, and hence new parents Kelly and Dennis GlldeweU were
    a difference which side you'reon. took the place of Die sermon. In should be careful. to Inspect arrested when police saw them
    very
    Morality must concern the \this column I should like to five the certificate after It is burning money bags from a nearby Box 3. Ph. MA 7-61C1
    American people, even more so you what the tint one said and, filled out and before It I U filed. bank. In addition to robbery
    because of the existence of Immoral n, In the next column, what the second Everett H. Williams Jr, directorof :: charge by the FBI, the two QUINCY, FLORIDA
    tyrannical dictators practicing and third said. the board's Bureau of Vital men were given an extra charge
    their crimes throughout the 71 The Unit topic was: "What the Statistics, Bald moat common errors of UlterbuBging.; I
    world. Mr. Kulbright mostly Ignores Florida School for Girls lias are In spelling of names.
    these realities, but the Meant To Me." Here it Is, taken
    American people cannot afford to from the child' pencilled copy. "In Information many cases from hospitals the parentfor obtain TIME TO WE HAVE .

    do ono "The reason I came here is completing the certificate; so Devoe Faint
    A World Halt-Pro mostly because I ran away from \the parent should ask to see the Plumbing Fixture
    What appear to be a developt problems. I wasn't mature certificate to make lure that all Complete Line of
    ing rapprochement with Communism enough to face them The Court I Information has been entered andIs Building Materials
    \ if Indeed it Is to become reflection of American thought t, vowed to destroy this nation as I CREWS EVIDENCE thought that this School would correct before the mother .( I Alcoa Aluminum Roofing
    a fact in our foreign policy, could either as It Is or ought; to be. we know It, that war I II Impossible snow me a new way of life and leaves the hospital," he said. "It Galvanized Roofing fc Siding
    set this nation back toward defeat While we believe In aeU-determination ? Improbable and unlikely Kansas City, Mo. Charged,to face all the problems I ran ''II recommended that lie mother, : Houseware fc Gift
    and Ions of world leadership: of peoples, no one conceives yes. Impossible, no. 'with stealing a wallet containing from. I sign the actual birth certificate Orer Asphalt Roofing
    Senator Fulbrlght's suggestion that his to have taken place in either Danger of Flexibility. 'MX) from Carl S. Aycock In a "When I was told that I was, rather than a hospital Information Gold Bond Shretrock
    we have no proper quarrel. with Russia China, or Cuba. If the That we have nothing to fear municipal air terminal Lucille committed here I was sad and sheet. REMODEL and Gypsum Products
    nations which practice their repugnant people ot a nation really want from the Communist world Is thedeveloping Llghtfoot could only mumble answer felt alone, for I would be far away) "Parents should be sure that BUILD Sporting Goods k Farm Supplies
    I i Ideologic within theirown mmunlsm, so be It. But that myth than can destroy when Sergeant Russell from my family and friends. I, the hospital and attending physician Flu Hundred .f Other Items
    frontier. can_hardly.be. theTh"e : I. not the way Communism comes us. These new "flexible I ," "realsllc Fisher questioned her. Fisher thought that I Just wouldn't Uve have the correct spelling BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
    I to power. ," and "open-minded" policies said he found S lOMollar bills through It. After I was here a of the full name of the child, the
    Surely the world I I. too mall fall right In with the "peace- crammed In her mouth. She washeld while I came to realize that this father' name and maiden name IS NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY
    fmisi today for any American to announce fill coexlstance" plans of Mr. ..' larceny._ ..:School_was_for..my'rehabilitation. of. the mother. When a certificate
    'ingtOIIC -- --- -- --
    wllh resignation that he OmiKhchcv. The Soviet leader
    I. unconcerned whether his neigh- hal said that capitalist countries
    JOT I* free or slave. We have follow two trends toward socialist .
    I I world safe countries, one militant and
    ought to make the
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    for democracy In time pilot arid 'aggressive, the other moderateand DEPARTMENT BASEMENT SALE!
    more recently to help establish sober. The latter he much
    what passe tor representative refers at the moment, since It
    government In emerging lands. 'leads to some form of coexist-
    1'hls new Isolation Urn Senator: propones once and follows the Lenin advice
    would take the Slate De- to "struggle! for peace." In'' "
    artment, if It has not already other words, he can still practice ,
    '.' reneged in its duties, completelyout his own aggression within that
    of the battle agalnut Commun- ,framework I
    1 sm. Apparently this Is what the If these new policy suggestionsare
    Senator wants. developed from (lie test-ban
    Who, Pollrle ;treaty and the Fulbrlghl line, then I 1
    Hussla will have experienced It*
    I It need not be supposed that
    ,own political breakthrough at our
    WEUDWOOOPUTTY: any of these' strange propowli expense. I
    were voiced without consultation
    with the/ White House, even Including -
    STlK4I' Mr. Rusk's disagreement
    1 with the Senator about Cuba. This READY MIX
    ted ntque Is well-known for play. ., ,
    InK both ends and the middle,
    I -.ewe ...... ..d whenever the vote I* needed. People CONCRETECONCRETE
    ...... ......... ...., ... can see through this. The lib N UMBRELLAS LINGERIE
    j' ... ,.., vase eral-style Isolationist, however,
    I'\ ..ee.*.., *S .U who appear ready to throw any *
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