Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579627
oclc - 01445941
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System ID: UF00028297:00179
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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FU. HISTCiTY' p.I.Yonce UniYer8l OF FlaOalne -

vllle. Fla.

t,, FLORIDA <& Cty tm.es. Highest Week HEATHElt Tempenfure F-ndlng REPORT Jus_I M

'i I TOBACCO SHADE-GROWN CAPITAL US- en fttt! Lowest Rainfall Rainfall.,Temperstun month week year' =27.90 1.T4 MRalnfnll. M

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I Two Tobacco Barns And Inquiring Commissioners Into !;1 At Chapel First Choir Baptist I local State Farmers

Sunday Morning!s

I Delay On U S 90! The Ilex Phonus E Cultinn,

pastor ..t the first Baptist Church :
: Shade Destroyed TuesdayTwo The public and the Gadsden!annoumed lul ly I that the Chanell

County Commissioner! an disturbed. Choir from ,lito1111'\ I lito i\RI'II'11| Market In Spotlight

the J Church Macon Georgia\ will attend
They arc concerned over the morning worship service

cigar leaf tobacco bami -- delay in letting contract for four-
: 'ZeI' with recently cured 1 International CentIBuells ; ; lanmg U. S. eo writ of Quincy The choir. tooter the dint ,
; : .
wrapper, burned to theground to Douglas Qt) Inn of Ret David W. Cuttino. --- --
late Tuesday afternoon. The Board of County a.mlnt"l rampiwed" ol college students IiI E. Conner
To Assist Doyle
Approximately ten acre of tobacco ftonen Tuesday morning Mercer I'nivernlty and WealeyanCblleKe \ :
under cloth In the field at.oj ,Courthouse directed Edwin Paur The choir\ will sing we'coil 3 Area Men

were destroyed.Fire In Construction 'County aerfc to writ Billy Mayo ( \ H'lectiom t during the rrgular r1'"hgr' Dedicates Hew

of undetermined origin was I!.of the State M to Road the cause Department of the tIe inquiring ,onhip service. Named State

tint' discovered In. bam owned Several a tlmllar
will years ago
and when the project
by Walter Watson, of Cretna, located At Niagara Falls again lay be advertised.Thorns dour mm the two unlverallletprrncnted Cooler Room'Ceremony
about one mile put of the I I I i Reed Gadsden County a conrrrt which was JC OfficialsThree
Gretna city limits. The Qulncy I The Niagara International) Cen II Hospital adininlatratnr and well mvived Mr, Cuttino said '

tire Department WM called aii I rrwd I Ire a dramatic new development John C. Rinses honpiuU board that the church was newt fortune I area mm have been Ii Attended

was the Florida Forest Service at Niagara Falls, Ontario member, made a request to the:ate ,ID have the privilege to have named to state offices of the By Many DignitariesThe

and both agencies tent equipment I !will be U operation by late spring Commission for JJ.OOO from the such a well rallied choir:u':1: ,Florida Junior Chamlwr: of Com-
to the irene. By the time the 1965. Ill purpose II to provide appropriation to inert current I oenhtl vtuclcnii In our nw'r'rthe Jaycees announced, State Farmrn Market just

Quincy Fire Department truck ar an added attraction for vliiton to bill!. In ac'dtllon' lo Site participation ,this wrckCXmald ws .t nf Quincy has been In tho

rived an adjacent bam had Ignited .' the Falls and to furiunh a willing After roniHlerable\ dlsousalnn >r tlu> ChHpcl! Choir, the astir 1 R Brown, Immediate t 11\->ti i:ht lor the pant few weeks.In .

creating an Inferno thai ludience for exhibitor of Canadian Commissioner T. L. Maxwell made will deliver the morning eernxm i pant president of the Qulncy Jay an Informal! ceremony Wednesday
was too hot to fight with limited goods, services and facilities motion that the request be nlf1'11' lteitiit| Church Invltci ties, was rlivted vice president nit aftrmoin Florida ('omml..lfllll'r -
preuure and water !from the tire It was announced recently that 1 a granted Commissioner I Murray 1, the people) of (Quincy to attend She newly formed District I and, of Agriculture Doyle t:.
engine. A nearby shack Ignited Wire: thii ipcclal worship' "1V1ct'. Quitter rut the "-rolnred
Niagara Weaving Company, Spanner seconded It. Ilub Harvey' of the Wakulla County \ pnu rib-
but was laved through the effort Jd., one of the largest A public hearing has been I club, was elected vice president ... I bin to the entrance of the hug
of volunteer' and the employment to the newsprint Industry J'I'i icheduled for a later data this Sam Lamar Is pn -llOln. i newty"imstnicted fruit and vegetable

of overhead irrigatlonsprinklers actively associated the tourist tall in the Courthouse. The pur- Tom Ferguson, a vice president I cooler rnom. The ocraalin

after approximatelythree project, the tint ph.ke of which poll of the hearing la to present I Made of the Tallahassee ." was attnvH by stay and county
ot cloth had burned, SecretaryOf otnctali.
acres i. expected to coat ix! million
1 Reverend Oay WadoRevf i !pre and con discussion M to i was appointed secretarytreasurerof
badly damaging the green to dollars. whether Lake Talquln should be' the District by Brown. 'oM last week at the Slat tonne

bacco. Wade Export sates of newsprint saints converted Into a Fish Management Foundation The elections were conducted I en Market the peak In harvesting
BhlmM Mulfiinl
A stilt southerly wind carried ,Cuy Canada at least 77} million dol- Ana. of the during the final District 1 I'IIM'UIhekl Mhs and pnxmlng: the Maygiid variety
Sam McMillan president
burning embers' over a quarter of II Ian pi'Y'V., second only to Commlsslonen II ,, DeFunlak Dip.trlct ol peaches grown locally wasattained.
14 ihade Will VJclteReligious It it hoped by the Cbunty Cigar Leaf Tobacco ."'nll.ll mile to another acre wheat nles. Tourism
a an that the outcome of the used title week that Sam 1 was split Into two separate
letting U on fire white everyone'iattention export U estimated to produceW2 whether auto illitrlcti I Fancy pole! beans also grown
hearing will determine i Lamar had been engaged" M exec by a recently adopted redistricting -
was diverted by SeriesIn million dollars Receives HonorShlrene locally -- are bring picked
for ,
the time this per year the public I Ia for the program or uti,a secretary ot that 130 member plan.
By sorted
larger blaie. Canada. I and shipped out ai (ail as
Ore was discovered and brought /' of 1>64, the 150th, I' notThe organliatlnn which coven Onealur Dubs assigned to District I are Mulford a rising *t>ho' Mftxlhlp,
Niagara Wire Weaving' partM- Qulncy Exchange Club and' and Grady Counttee In Quincy, Tallahassee Wakulla
acm of organized Baptist las been
control another seven Anniversary more at Merry College
of under cloth and tobacco had been work In America, and the SOOth potion, combining these two U, S. the Qulncy Kiwanis dub hAve .jeorula and Uadwlcn and Madlmm (ounty, Tallahassee, Florida l named a Dana Scholar one ol with The place has been bustling

ruined. I Anniversary of the founding ot dollar significant earner trend, ii regarded ai a gone on record ai favoring theprogram. Cuuntlei In llurida. State diattahooi and Marianna. the highest honors a lk-rry student : as big activity refrigerated- day and trucks night, pull--
In the dlvenifMation .
of i the First Baptist Church in this Mr. Lamar annulled Ml dotes can receive. i alimgslikt the load
Two !Urge cylinder propane market the
country beginning In next week'i of Induatry. John<< C Russell, County Agent on May U. He will among oilier The district ls responsible tutcoordinating
situated next to the barns Ig-! luhvird Miss Mulford Is the daughter of produce and It aa tar west
noted from the terrific heal, ihoot- 1 Issue of the Times, the Reverend In J. Burll Sr., well known appeared before the Board and things, ipectallxe In labor coordination state and local pro Mr. and Mrs. a 1. Mulford of as Texas and r:7.rl north U New
of flame many feet Guy R. Wade, pastor of the Quincy has been general manager Haled that Bernard Clark, AMD- for grower memben' of grams and representing, local Qulncy.Miss. York lily and Bunion.CnmmUlmier .
log gywr and fright Into Tomas Memorial Baptist Churrh, of Niagara Wire Weaving crate County Agent had been ate lade tobacco In the four countiea. clubs on the state executive com : Qiwer who
putting MulfonTl appointment asa was
the air
in will articles from III beginning capably aerv- kited Horlda County mittee.
write series ol (lour to represent nlruhiiYxl Stile
gatheredat announced hy
many of the spectators Dana Scholar Will al : Represenui-
Dow Tour -'-" ----- --
the eene. concerning Baptists and their Attests on Die Study Mr. McMillan Mated that there the annual Union Day program live W M. Innian ot Quirky. at
Two other barns near the bum- Heritage. The title for the snide (See Picture m Page S) The tour will rover seven atathland lad been a need fur a coordinator Bernard ClarkIs old on the campus Thursday, the riedicatlnn rerrrmmy express

ing structures wen not damaged.Mr. will be"Those People Called la a training opportunity designed ; for quite sonic lime and Sat Mr.Lamar May 11, at which Mine she also ion ed dellgtit that Gadsilen. County

Watson Aid that the bans.tobacco Baptists. ed as president until 10(12( when to meet the needi of County was just .tlir't'lJ:1IItfll'l'l : :+ echoed I the Dalrd-Tlrikrr Award,I

and the ilndei were Insured Mr. Wade Is qualified to write he became chairman of the board Extension Agents for the, poullon. Selected For in art (rose riilurw M rap II)
but would not cover the these articles having had other and was succeeded u president by He made a repast for $110 to will he m lnlalni
I actual lOll which he was unableto materials published In The thin- his ion, Edward J. Uuell. Jr. cover Mr. Clark'i traveling expenses Farm Bureau buiMIng on West avenge' $115 per quarter fur
estimate when questioned Tuesday day School Bulkier and BaplM The Canadian win weaving and an additional $50 torover Jeffenon Street. The Clgnr Leaf Dow Study Tour each recipient wen nlalillshed was t.arunllAc110I'I diversified Inagnmulturw

evening. Training[ Union. He baa been a plants presently employ approximately camera. supplies and Incidental Tobacco foumlatiun waR limnerly at IVrry /In the spring ot IBM by "It'i god topeaihis me
contributor to the Chun Boor tin Florida-Georgia Leaf To- being pronMHed at on*
300 Bernard Clark Associate' County Charles A. Dnna New York and
1 afar M........ and Baptist Buikfln people In Niagara Commlialoner Maxwell made a acro Growers Anwilatlun end of the building and pole beans
For U. of Flo. Falls, and ISO in Quebec. Their Cadsdun Connecticut Industrialist and phi
Stroke. motion that the request be grant Agent for County was at the other sat,' he said.
U. S. counterparts! producing on llumiT I hurt Mr. Lamar la a native of North he been lanthropist.
ed. CbmmlMtoner notified today that has
Davis Will .Increasingly larger have Carolina where he graduated from The awarded brought out that the new
Hal scale I sea..sled It.John scholarships were
selected to represent Florida aiklltlin the 10,000 cutler
Joe Cantey On paased the 100 mark In employ ----- :AlbemarU Ugh" School lie ti Initially to Sa students 20 sophicmirra ,
,1011In Stale
Agents the Dow the Farmers
intent here In Quincy, and the also a graduate of Florida Stale County on StudyTour. 10 )tnlorl and S aenton
Head Loyally Committee To Olympia, Wash., plant started to I G. Ashley University, Tallaliaaiee, and for I according to John RuawU, last spring to launch Ihe program Market. would serve one main
The will -
tour retain the ot
1 33. is still hiring.Participation the past three and one-hall yean County Agent. rover Unlur the Dun Scholar' plan the purpivH, quality
the of Arkansas Tennessee product.
In Niagara International has been a wga'rvisor with the which Is In effml at Dve otherrullegM
Fund Campaign Pick Top Farmer Centre continues the 'Died Suddenly r'loriila Parole and Pnit>alt versification of the company Uummludts4 ititlcnietl I In Qulncy. Texas, and Ofclnhnm students receive anywhere from thus an adntuale Job In growing'
Hal Davis has been named Joe Cantey ot Havana has been also added In the pail year di'l Ito la married tu the former Mlw 1 The Dow Study Tour Scholarship $150 l to SflOO annually l for their In research but w4 w mar

Chairman of the 1M44S University named ss chairman ol the Gads- electronics company In Last Thursday. Kara III...... of Denim. N. C,, program Is a unique pruts-i rollesjn. txpetnee as U. u they hiding the Omimladnner Mid.

:. of Florida. Alumni ft o laltyFund den Cadsden County Committee to select Falls, New York and a M* C'I : ( and Hie couple' !has III..... sons, sheaf i training npportunily I epeHally msintitln the minimum slanlnrdinecmssry "The Stale DepwttuMt ot Agriculture .

C CampalpT for County's Oyts4dles company In Three Rivers, Quebec John C. Asili.,. S$. well knows am 10; BUly a, and IV 1. Mra.: ihwlgned to meet the for sunisntmenl ss Pans Is now eoncmtratlng' cuts
Farm 1964.
j' \ County. Jack Rlchardnon, president Family Mr. will In this regard, dwant; 1. Huell, Qulncy businessman and civic: err ta a twu-her of ICngllih and needs of County Intension Agents Scholars.Tlilrtytwa. marketing and It trying to put .
of the Gadiden County Alumnl Serving with Cantey journalism In Inn KecliMenls of the cholanhlp will but Florida pnxdtcls a. farmtkae pro-
Jr., the recently appointed president leader, died it. Qulncy 111ghSchad. shidenls' all
j, Club announced today. be Harry Basselt of Gretna Her- Ifl.u-= The laman' tike part In a carefully plsmiedgroup that III1'NhIn key .flies
of the Niagara International day, May 2$ t l are mem- three of them rising snphomorvs.received .!
she! Clark of and John
Chairman Davis said that due.bog Qulncy (Cbsuasud Two after a abort III-1 ben of the Centenary MrlbodMUwrch study tour of nwiketuif enterprises the schoUnlups' this such as New York UiicItiUauVlphU. ago and
M Page ) "
Allen Smith of
Hardaway.The I :; :111101111tal he ad "lml
the next few weeki all area : ot Quln/y and Mr. Lamar oulilanilliig farm op. spring The criteria fur selection <
alumni would be contacted In an I Outstanding Farm Family rhea.A native of Selma Ala, Mr. la acuutnuuti-r of Troop 203. Buy ersiliin, aurt-liuslni-ss, SUIVMS- ai a Dana Subsist Iralude acadenile The peach crop huh the'
effort to reach the club' goal of chosen by Gadsden this committee County at WUI'f'PI'N'III the Rodeo Termed Ashley moved to Qe -try In 1941 I I s.'OUl. fill Kxlerwlim Service programs proflcirnry, rhararter fid Earllgnld ant fie) Maygtild varieties
rural devekipment and research' has bwn under he rlns
11,000.00. of kailmhlpanienftal
He was president of Southern rlllieniililp evidence .
1864 North Florida Fair be '
"With 150 alumni of the U. dto to Big SuccessThe Chemlcala Salet & Service otQulnry. protects[ over a wide area.The effective partlctpatl KTullny of funnere and agriculture
r. this area we should have (Continued as Pale live) He was I member of the I Centenary Plans program ls planned! to 'in campus activities' and Hnancial Innlun In (iWm County,

support to reach our rodeo held over the weekend board of trumeei of Centenary help County Agento keep abreast said Uernard (%rk, Aa m1al

SSrTot the statewide J200.WO! Ferguson Gets was a big success drawing a Methodist Church a Rotarian a Church School"The (if changes In our dynamic agriculture need.The new liens fk-hnlan' hr County Agent, Will the peaches

goal" Davis said. crowd of 500 ipectaton and ridm member of the Chamber of Commerce as well si to allow them 110448 wens Introduced st UK- prove ,to be a good cash! crop for
According to Alumni from New Mexico, Oklahoma I Life of Jeeui" stressing lo Und new Ideas for the areaT
Davis.bcome Berry Schol'ship and a memhrr and part pmwlhlo use anal 'Honors Day pn.ram hell
Loyalty Fund more' Texas South Dakota and several president of the Quincy Quarter! the different pliaaee of J_ life In their own county pniKrsmi Thursday May 21, on U. campus The otilrnt rnmmerrlal trees
and more Important In meeting Wlllard Ferguson, a Junior aBerry from Qulnry. bails Club.Ywlt'l'll. and wide -- will 'be the theme: 'Assisting 1 In planning this tour ----- sre five to lU yean old. Up unII
the needs ot the Universitycg' College, Mt. Berry Ca. Bronc riding steer wrestling services were held at tie Vacation Church final of were all Ktate k leni*.i Utrertors Hill year the American 8u

Florida. New r from Quincy hai been awarded a and bull riding were all new to 11 a. m. Friday, May It .1 Centenary Centenary Mi-lhndlet Church beginning In ih. UUrtem muthern states First Baptist main Tobanro (ion many wu the
Initiated this year. Meritorious Scholarship to cane the local member but all enterIng Methodist Church with the June s and extending and .hoard members
The Coordinated Loral Alumni pits his studies at Berry In 1004 won prbvi. The local men pailnr the Rev. E Null Pallid:I UuniiKh Jun 12 ( .. rage Five) Bible School .taw Its 100 sere and parking
Program (CLASP' isa Albert AtTordlng to Mn. Max Goat, to bowl Hum
Scholanhlp wen Agertim, Hugh Ager- conducting The burly was Interred --- -- Mnilintent a man
new program to provide $250scholarships 53.The 11I01 Mr. and Mrs. J. Car ton Paul Monk. Bo Brown, buckanti In IlllUmt Cemetery with the school whirls will be held taronkinftlnn Monday t'tiet'n, who operates the conny -

to selected high Ferguson of QuIncy, Ferguson Is lAITy Mnullon, Millard Paul the lkdter-Morgen Funeral Hume: with the Glen Julia I County Short Begins 'i same packing plant.
send students In this and other. and II. if. Ilitl. MethiKliit Church will 1 meet from 1 lev. Thumis E. Cuttlnn The other halt is? the NJIIIy's
28 enrolled in charge. The (
areas. The recipient will be among and 23 currently Incoming freshmento students The children were entertained Mr. Ashley la aurvlved by nil I to 4:30: every aftemnin, M..-: On Cancer Quota / Churrh, 1"'*rh trees are In production this
ol (he First JIlt plllt
chosen by local alumni clubs on with a small trick burro act and day through rrkUy. No emend*I pastor rear fur the fins U'III.I".t I)
be named widow\ Mr Jane Ashley a
the basis of leadership' and scholarship Scholar list for to the the Inaugural Meritorious' Girls performed on trick tunes brother Richard Ashley. both of are planned fur Saturday. Aemrdlng to ('...1...... County !smoiitvn thai the annual Vara 1 farmers have formed a r.*t...ttM -

ability.Student 1 the scholsilpi awsrds.A yearof ,for further entertainment.The gutnry. Other survivor Inl'lud.1 On Sunday evening June 14, the Flnrlda lamer fairly offlrlals then IlllJe flood will be Irk for (.Linseed r.t. Five)
aid and services to I Cadaden Saddle dub would. church M-rvtve will be (:aloha County hu alien nsvslderslily ,one week beginning Monday -- -- --
his fattier, M. A. Ashley. of CadsAm. regular ,
through the 1MI graduate of South Swuv\ like to thank all short of Hi ]... f-VOM June I. Many '
provided and
alumni are attending conducted fair the
Ala., three other brothers especially 1 :,1'=::11011':1: Thos. Memorial
nett High School, Ferguson Is ma- 1..1. Last l nmlnhiilluns .
Continued esi Pass Five) hope try enjoyed the entire and UuHr nsnlng lie* have been
( and Howard flAahley. people .
I James M. 1
Motley young
Jortng la chemistry al Berry. He 'show. eniielan dlrrrtly I Ihniugh Gee bison, tot and teat ... buys anti girls,
Mn. Genoa winiU like In
and W.
of Gad.Ala. ,
Is a member of the campus 1 --_ ramly treasurer mat 11.05317. tie things of l>sl. Included Inter Bible School
.:. Ashley of Columbus C... and Invitation the VacalknChurch
YMCA. : heady resldenu must fare the WAr
Quincy Family : Corry Field two JsU-n, MI'Io O. U Pleasant, Sftnil all children whore farts greater efforts varied program are
and CharacterHtorles
Selection Meritorious enn- Mlsubin Study
ai a Mudy. Begins Monday
I nf Denver Colo., and Mia Mimes not affiliated with any titurrhthoe intuitions rnuat he mad. :
by all and
Scholar based hsndrTsfl. shake *
la academic rfTMhcnefits.
Departs (for India achievement, leadership upon on the To Be IrrigatedCorry Lee Ashley of Cwtalrti.. Ala. also aM that artaee tf any to lrrpurtanon rail. nf us. to bring about riveter nsniw rapalil I Vacation. UII4 &h'.4 will he.In .
--- --- dlfCxuliy t.t
campus Including work experienceand nmtnils and snvtrnl" resesrrh faculty his >leii Un- ( Mushy, June I, at Ihs
Mn. E. Morgan StUkney. Jr, religion In tile, character and Athletic Field will mon: Homtcomlnq Set her at MAIn 1-1264 or the mar il! p ..)..-ts to hasten cureamer tier the dlrertlun of the H.., Ilill ,Thnmiii tbtiwruil llaptlit. l'hu'd han

sod thUd"", Conme. Dennis and be equipped' with M underground At Polar Branch ofttre' MAIn_.'''412.. ( as taking. the peep of I K. Drtcker, Minister Youth andrxtoratlis West WulrinRtim Stnwt. The
and Whitney Stickney need.The I Irrigation system, according to --- -- new men. morn and rMklren. In'' ol the lint baptist| dully. activities 1.10
John srhoUnhlps avenge be held at the dhrogh'rklay
.p'proximately Qly Manager llarbert Gregory llomerornlng will M. Johnson )1 5lhsida.
leave Quincy this week to spendK Dewey every year comparallve CTs+rtfi. I IDnys 1(Mcti amick
S340 and
St1cknrY'1JMU'l'I'II annually He stales that both the football Polar Branch Free Will Baptist death rue iris 1II0 ,
at spill
with Mn. I m. day
a few clays and M/"I. S. S. SI"Je1'lol \ range from SIM to $121 for the I field and the baseball area will,Churrh Kunday. ,June ,Buys RgUltrd Cattle\ In If* then wen f.lot ramvrdeaths. and girls airs t rhruugtiII I j TItle year there wttt IIIItJ'rPpIr.IIr' h. a

Mr.Alabama Iwlol'l flying academic year. be attend The church .to healed on Highway tJewey M. Johnwn. Qulnry, re Last year f 470 rtuiwia are ,'" ". Bibs ", / to attend '- lff M ....... The

DcAAan. where they .w Iw -- Bids for the Improvements will It at the litdndcn Clmnty,leently purrhae4 14 registered died fnmi ranrer Think about, Ma Varallisi Mrhoi The ennMlmeiM will begin In Ihe "....
York ktrY's parents. MIA FestivalIn he opened at the sty Hall next line, A special bwltsllun to n- Angue sues and II AheroWn-An- IMS. In the seven Mr prftulMwem sisal Singles HIM a-ni. aniennrtoilrs i boa Runday flrhnul drpartmrnl

MJ'I.Mr.' itS )I. Stk kiey. Sri Monday at 1 pnv aocording to tended to everyone by ***** iMonte. ... bulli from H. III'ash rarma. I 18)t and I Ml rmre than at II M esyh rnomtrnITrusrattn on "' 1III1a,. Those whiz are notregular
die sty Manager. WeUka.PEACH t'1rII1o... 4W)0 diMl from Day to
MIa lea StkiInrJ perwe cancer ) rvulM In Items actlvkDM
pier, Tallahassee _-:::. ilIS rlnruin. This Ml Is June I at I M a m. IotIUrftot"1 will .
........... and brother. Dr StonewallB. 1 mmparIsbbi Ik* enralM when they
101. of pubIIJurKh Pa The Mutual Improvement AssodattoB I I to ur collie pnilalltvn of To assist the buys mean HmhyThe .
Stif.'Imr1 attend till World' raft rtltes. as Wes Pains; DM**, Qulnry to attend/ IhM VaiaUwiiMhie .
to of The Church of Jesus 1'IIuI'I" antk-tpttinc on*
plan I
They IVr MK-Js. TstUhasain, nvie tan *****, s BUS will trsvH s
days. Chnst of Utter Day Saints held if O0 that and best altondrdnimls .
Fair Sir two S weeks ..Ir.StlcIcnl'1 III annual district speech drama I that the pnpuUIK d OrUmk.ant rally emote pvlung up Its du.- that .M KM ever hail."
the put
abut to the .'Ares bane Ihe k. J and.
attended semlnan at I equal mmlMnrtmsjUt returning stud. Mrs Idmef Omief
haI and music fc-otival to Tallahassee the
Institute In'I'IWuIInIII WM at Serials aM Um hnme ftrrwanlsIn .
Foreign Service Saturday evening. May 10 taOpperman .melnr/pal
the that 1 ot.at_-.., IMS srhrdule Is M Ukiwsnt .
specialistsGas bal field Music lisfl. ? (; d..be, Counly's fft\ >.( \* Chandlers Dove Jn alT The, 1 .".e- will: s* ths
Guy the vsrinu
those ( '
bmJ&ht Among parOrlpannc ram '10
the country lot I '. small put ot den II.1I0.DUO am. to Crr..1JrIIC ease, ,
from tt\rOUIbOU& ,Qulnry was Nancy Dredger who wprrlMsndimli ana
seemed tsr the outs pm ram, nut Oswiusil ttnvl to the Ivy
w. purpose.Mr. Sttrto-ry and won first pUce In the speech con-: Ketnemhrr '7. CW. Mnre serf--. Ihsn cut ttw [,..,..".....hmIflghway followsJurwirs, Mrs. Chark*
sod Mrs Klnard; Primarls's Mrs C K.Abney. .
New Tort We MuM Give Mess.: Thus who to Otirt Istvk Ma 1\1_
will Oy from lestThe .1 Isrilraters, Jonwsee
family the lint put dtheir youth chorus tram the .bev. nil bmi rostarVdl hdM wtr.. the bus) will turn rM onUlttM II.: Lyle
01\ 3urw 12th on Qulncy church tied with TaUahas1see la coninbijie.psruc Springs K .... to King ; Nunnery far Workers.
to India where Mrfs jLh ",)| lisMty Mrs. Jar ttufloH and II.... Cute
trip Agrosoonst, WIll serve fur first place. ta the rmsrtedtvtokn OT One HI..... Irrawm *IM|; here It will ftv4 tollflt W's.h.tyd.
_. e capacity whet leatured Bond of or Mr*. Frd KiMlka. ewn ychslrmM. II,.,. The but will go
d r..AAdvIaffie' InIba Grernment Stephen Foster. Meniben> ot Ore' tiara him ft*** to Form Drive ()a FrkUy evening at .'rhtk.Ihe .

fIN imder air A& for *? oral group were Larry Burnt*, __ .....,. M will tom rt.M to Ninth -:1.:: .Pfnte' Night '' ..
% Jean Jonhn.Theraaa .._ petatntoi The ens
UevaePmens. u. s. Nanry Dreher thm rmM duwn MnihftnH
teroattonsl At the Theatres litmus will be .. fur .
n m work
States ** *s' ,JordsA. Ken Draann, Ned- to Irsnklm fknwt to tb.Us.Ms. .
of ?
Department ] and Joyce Jnhnsna wtttMrs. The senxtd ",*'1tIItI IndlvMiMl child .baa
weekend slop M!n FoMer roeS will
ary calls and 24**noun a to ten*. U b- Uarflya Todd as dlractor and .M poor+... rev This Week he ml uwh Adams shrugs crwnptUhrd atttvulMk raOwr AIM >*M)
e Parts I Mrs. A. W. Hair ....... t tas ores mere Amtsbanr grnuai
anm.DmIe and what WIll l Al winners wd npnsn the lf l ThMtfre aMtntrlwns Sir ...v.IIIItaMII AditM to Ii.i V: 0ui table fcboi pas-rie
Deeds Sdwd Ms dbtrk at Mows Youth Contrrme nV hurler\ seek Inrlude "A TlferWslks. iI I Aemi t ttme to which M*.

anent the 1 Iem8tkn1l ..* which wig be held to /. starring RrlM KeMk.Thursday. ._ I laM study may to five/ to lubl'-*
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flew Delhi. Tbsii r a ; T.u.1 and Nasty, Mw4us LmiihMM, Char
., li.Wrdy.f I
ctand wIth acsrfenue hjssse Featured = Post Offico To aster Murk. and handk..
a hmknt to ....
IOss.-'d .. rap 51") Named To riot Dsp ... starring Ate Undergo Repairs will Ms mM/ ) al the iupss

Ladd. Hwidsy MIl M>mtoy wtfl tfw rhureM and enter hrorrtwl a

Forwtry Rep : ,Adjustment Bdrnnrls heGotus and the fans el Itofcykn. | The AHmM fUt..ml Offlar of el )*. worship and sine..
II ,
ne Cadsden Coanr/ Forestry ".n1fIC"'" Fern*. Tw>fr 1!Grnnl Irrvlnw Adndatstranni LnmedUtely shut Ms fIrM, theywill
j servo report ao woeds DrN MrCsn. kcal tesnrsnrelnemUv day JK| ...ii.d.lr wit .. TheVV4enf save mend laM week thai a sew I r to stair separate asje groupThe
wees. Number of woods *. sad J... ...** I of MIl .tnrl Mad been IH to orb (enrralrn I iiidren
ft Bite* pMeR esntce '* I *? ?'I..ko ... ey s n, ka.e an..l t,' Unw to Kit"Al :I fie U. f. f. ss OCOco[ are aordUUy to. *'
I ] sees .. lit Zoning Board elAd I; t. theas Prho-ln Mia and'a/ ynkvs vlll to eome and leswn and U a
I avkts Nmber*a to of 24 woods. flees repined I >snm by the OIJ'I .... -- r -.' --- \ ----
M feu same Dine s PeSO' $f ComiMessni. RoUrM (Ufa maiM riortda'sriotw CoauD. stontas TwU Arm- lor., of Oanry., baa been
These paskwaaa.i all U I PROCESSING:: Crody mauaqor; I MOBILE X.MY
tttaksl H, banmg K4Z acreslbs moms and Near Koreas Aa. ...,... a unml M tit amuuMk
ntalaB M 0. Quarry sw the snanons ea ten .bust roar oi A9rlc liur* DoyU E. Caaa: and CMW U Stale farmws Makes W 0. tun aged will k> Time Te KllLMI $4 Ml to do> KM work wflll the The Mufeskt X-rsy t'nil win be'

fcr den put caws eij,. BWftIP'd I eety emrt-d, fcy C D. Ji.rrq..r;,11 Whttto are wotchlaj MM aI GIe psxxk poctaMsiaf pbate ol UM Slate Tomtit t I""4':sy pitied all S. Asmdm.," ......... conntrt** tkme as the >l the Courthwae Bqtwre. IstuioIdsy

and Lit b..eooorswarafls...., JO; Hsrane. J I*; .all........ Asbkry, neoesy I Mark Jurt we< cf Quiacy. Fix** b/ Mar1 A', Studio IMarrwc Audy M rjiy. 'Ineal W rtkmW osy*. i June 11 tram S to U mesa I

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rAC!!: TWO CADSDEN' miiNTY TTMFH.!. otTrvrv, pi/yum, TirtTnsruvBuels Jt'NE ., IOU YdAZI ii'I.I ..., ..

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Bits And -
c On.lt.uhe KM Page 0.e> I .4
Cents, lay "You rant live la Pieces
Niagara Fell and fail to reallje "
the potential of tIN great apeo- 3Iy BY Ht'Tt H 'I[
tori. I we he Niagara International : j' Oe4.
r3 !! '4r i '
Centre ai something this k vs'lll 4 1
community deaervea.. We Intend
Johnton a couple of
that the design at our atriaturesand f Wl't'kaO xb A..
/ now friend
the quality of the exhibits. Jolm Axhley. Bulll In what my mar lea N
mill art atone at unmatched exceUenoe.
shirr! the of
." prime W to be
luKen bum u* m suddenly. &un-
Located on a tai-acre mile' adjoining I man you wonder.It .
Queen Victoria Park tin 4 i .d like t t .1
warms It
only a
s p ,,
Centre U Ideally situated to attract a couple of weeks ago that I wee
tubtlantial numbers ot the writing about die tragic death of
estimated eight militant vtoaton rd the AHliley only child, their son,
entering! the Niagara area eec, d i I Jimmy, who lust hi* life In an
'year, which It expected to readi automobile accident Slat before
a rate ol ten mlUlun within a year ChnMnu

Dominating the Centre, and U U wasn't tor a firm better in
serving ai the focal point of till Good Lord and the berevflrr
attention will be Urn MO-fuot and the prayer and help of
high otoeervatina lower. Striking insists I know U would be all
la design lie unique feature but iiniwnuUe to sumd what )( piANTFOR 'ThIt
how modem
will Inur-le eateries expreat de- Atliky hat tune through in the JACKSONVILLE the architect rendition of the new Flower
vaton ample to accommodate putt few month I I Baking Co. plant in Jacksonville will look when completed probably Nov. 1. It will replace the old plant locatic!

the anticipated annual total of Jobs au the genial pmudent at 825 N. Myrtle A..., and U expected to be in operation by mid.February 1965. Fronting on 30th St. and extending
.two million visitors to the Centre and maniKer ol Southern Chemical t to Division St, Jut off 20th SL Expretawoy, the plant will occupy 80.000 equare feet of apace President William H

A spacious revolving restaurant. Sales Service. I undentand Flowert. of Tbomaarille. Ga., di cloed the firm which manufacture- Sunbeam bread products will quadrupe:

luxurious glaMed-m lounge observation and a comfortable deck that firm cuclomen are being and notified throb that of the the the present plant'i! production and double the number of employees now numbering 160, once the new operation u

i are Inoorpnrated atop the tower business will continue to operate underway. The structure will be of tilted concrete alab construction on one level and will utilize stainless itee'
Pianos will command aa unpar- at In twin pant with Mn. Ashley and tile in production areas to provide the latest In automation and sanitation. Th. new plant will produce 13,40!'
sued view ol the magnificent panorama taking as active part In its management pounds per hour compared to 3,400 pounds per hour currently produced. Flowers plants also are located at Thorn
including the American asvllle, Go. and Ala.
and Horseshoe *'tlh, the Niagara\ Opelika._ ___________
,gorge, the surrounding country A couple of bUll get up early, '
Me and the bound expanse d load up a pickup truck and pull TurxUy, acoompurylng lie rmother. :Engaged
Likes Erie and Ontario. ------ a boat and trailer b mile for a Mn. N. F. Fain, who tows, Couple
At Hi bate, the lower will afford E. I. BueU Jr., president and general manager of The day of using down on the Och- Installed a* pendent of the Anna I Honored In Ga.
extttulve torkaee. Jerkiest Chapter 221 for the caning
parking -facilities, Niagara Win Wearing Co. Ltd., Niagara Falls Ont., V. year.
hours and
looks over plan far the Niagara International Centre to luck. Finally aren't they having tie much to Mr. and ),tl'll. N. F. Fain theirdaughter Mitt Harriet Ladle and Ant>
be bunt overlooking Queen Victoria Park. The fiiit phase willow limb and start catching UP a a Mr. R. U Alman and Iteynoldt, what marriage wi
ol the project estimated to coat fi million dollars, will be few nice bream. What napppnt? grand daughter Tamm have gone be an event of June 13 were ilk
to Eau Gallle to Wit their
completed la lot spring 1965. Mr. BueU baa been named Herr come a couple ot game war- ; Ira lvrew at a delightful super!
and dmiRhter in law. Dr and Mn.
dent the In Augusta Ga.
rw.. uu up river low up a bit party rem-lily
i-am president of the Cemtn. Below Is the architectural drawIng and grab your bout They want to Frank Fain and family. 'l'hl'iruab.r given by school friends, tjuiuu

..... Fe/..as.erLt of th. Centre. .-.. ... break and the twin water car- they Magruder. Thirty couplet eiyoy.ed .
sirs both boat down itream. Uf are threwT this delightful party in the private
D1aET's I course the game warden apologize e Rev. and Mn. Thomas dining room of toe Town
AnGER WALKS and proralM to tie ua up Kelwy are In Lakeland attending Hoine.
Urtine Bffaa UlaDOVBLE again but that particular hole it e the Florida Methodist ,11ntermce. The couple was also entertained
ruined as tar at we are concern with an out door cupper In Atlanta
....."- ed. I know thoM men have a Job ;E4. -- ) rt.: U. B. EMBAfUr: *1 Hay 18th at the KontonHnme
: rEATVRB to do. They are nice ellowi and U. S. security nvt tort Mo m Browtland Rand when
l'vi known then two fur quite a walls of the U. & Erybauy In Miss Emma Lou K. ton, Mm,
A TIGER WALES i'. "'" few yean. But what I want to r s Moscow and found 40 turret mlomphone ,Manta Harris and Mr*.. Larry
ALSO ;,,. ,, < know to do they have a right to *. In making the dlncloe- Wart entertained.
molest a fttherrnan when has busy une. the State Department dellv- Thirty couplet: college trlendt,
DEEP SIX Retching nun, has a license and end strong protests to Moaoow enjoyed this party on the path
taniac Alee Ud4GOLIATH '_'t caught too many. It mAY The security men could tear down
'B be according to law but pertonally the wall of the embaaw but had
$55.-.. ): fL I think there should be a better no authority to trace the wires Read a good book regularly
-t. way. U louts to me like wary further than the wall. even at thil risk of attaining your

AND a could tread water or sit' acrossthe
river under Almost anyone can: tell how
,.', the shade of a you
THE SINS OF tree or something and wait for SCHOOL'S OUT Children at play are not always to Uve your hll!. 'mind.ELECTRICAL

:BABYLON.Isertag the fmherman to move out of hit aware of danger. last year 5100 youthful pedestrianswere Dollars
favorite spot and then check till and acme lay the foundattum -
Maitrormt catch and hit license. After all killed on our streets and highways. Carol Lane, for big fortunet. II
they an working for US and are women's travel director of Shell Oil Company reminds' SERVICE
TIM. Wee, supposed to be conserving the fish you to maintain a watchful eye for these carefree Life I I. too short to be wanted
1- .. It for ut and anyway that river Childr..1 trying lo please or Imitate other
make this safe and
Help a happy summer for !
l; I
THE VIOLENT OF : : fete right about one time a year people. Anything from wir-
THE DAMNEDAIM '". t"i': : I was one of the many spro ey t'ormanit Lary and Including The Rev. Bmnwm Matney, Jr Inq a house lo replacIng
"f'" Juan MarlchM. Don Drytttale. and Fred L. May are attending
if lass wah-hlng those burnt burnout '
; : '. at Walter Walton's farm near Dick Donovan and Camilo meeting of the Florida Synod M the Cd a light bulb

TIME TO KILL ';el:' >I t<; Gretna Tuesday ..n..moulWbI'II Paa'Ual. tin Presbyterian Church tai St
1 ; one of 1"tJutane gas tank 'Batter Up." Thin movie Is one I(Vtmiburg. Ike
popped chit with men a bang I of a new series of iiiKiractlonal Mill Mary Halt Greenry, sir, Shepardat
I 1I think I left Ihe ground fur a lee baseball Ohms In color 4 anal,. dent at Preebylrnan OnHege. StPetmtaurg .
; I lecondt. I WlIIII't alitw either ing the rtylcs of buPbaIIIlrI'P.tI'Bt i ha* returned home torBetts
because I watched others a little hitlers, featuring Ted WiUlmns, the Dimmer.
later. You see than tanks have Mickey Mantle Stan Nasal, Ernie First U and Mr*. Bm SHELFERBLITCHFURNITURE
eerie MAY Urn valves that open automatically: Banks and many othen. Jr. of Colorado Spring,' Cola are
I when the pressure Inside Krtitoo "BuI1t IIIl Big League A railing their .parent Mr. rA CO.
rn.Bet high and close again when film taking look at the tnlning Mrs. Chariet Owen and Mr. and "A man la never so weak ai MAIn '.'543a.
t the pretaire went down. That hot of youra ball playen or Mr. Ben BrtII.I hen .. .
MM a.I a tt MtWsrehiMM
ore kept building up the JIR'88I1ff'' Training gn ripe I Mr. T. M. Cumhie' and cater pretty girl tells him
hew Ph. MAin M100TOW
JASONON THE eo there were many little exnlonkmt. -1 Le"OlPca lUaebaH" A tUmm I Mr. Jamet & Ball arc In Man- strong he s.
It alwayt make me keel the 19B3 High School Baseball ,treat, N. C, at the mountain home --- n _
I tad to tee valunhle praierty ROIup Huh* the (rumble kpendlng a week.
Stoning Newry Tn.es Eeesdd Arwmtn.g, both outdoor and In cans of todement Irett TbroRhvCcuanl Contractor In smoke o- I get a helpW AU player!'!onN timfr'lot. Mtn lot>) 'lu' Ginger Burnett Mlat Mar'lha '' AVAILABLE

Also I II weather, tome nderground. I.">lgolt Caulri+e lon do. Ud, letting. -- ---- 9 runic eluded < ::30)) .amt wllt'M .tn- :'Fletcher fcirtucau have relumed and Mill from Susanne Stet-1 atBILL.S ,
ki the for
TIME TO KILLSHOWDOWN I Convenient new scoeet Hamilton. RECREATIONNEWS new burhallt. to he given teveral away ann University bcknd to spend BAIT & TACKLE _
roMa are being built. u early bird prize. the summer.
To acoent the appeal ot the Mr. and Mr*. L. W. Connell of
Sue-less Niagara International Centre a Winter Haven are vitiUrut her MOTOR REPAIRS & PARTS

large Exhibition Hall t Ik pIanMI.i U. 8. Air Force hAt announced 5By Resident's, .Kin brother In law and sister Mr. and
Starring ....y Murphy i Architect for the development\ that the Bret of about I Mn. James Skipiier and family EVINRUDE
are Bergman_It.Ilunan n. Ardil- -ruuzed aced vertaule Navy DOT lame Dies In Atlanta coming to attend the graduation MOTORS & BOATS
of Ihnr niece Mm Sylvia
Skyraklrr<< plane are en route to I Skimer. n
South Vietnam to replace, elder MEN'S MAW-mCH SOMA The Rev. and Mn. E. Nash _
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED !U. S. plane In use there that Game schedule for the week: from Mn.Atlanta rXham Sullivan returned Philpot Mt Monday for Lakeland
have been railed obsolete. DeUvrry June 4Joe Wedeln In.'I.. attended the funeral Tuesday of when her h the_ mist to attend the annual Florida Moth- YOUR FISHING EQUIPMENT NEEDS

CARS I ol the full quota to expectedto Randy': June I- Massey Drug hand'. brother in law, frank V. CnnberencsArthur Flxel spent the weekend CAN ALL BE FILLED AT
N. F. .
be completed during July. vt. expertmentala.WOMEN'S
USED PARTS for all maktsoi Demurs of Tampa. ] In Detroit with ale poises Mr.
SI.OWrbTtilauPTaAtL Mr. Dmnlton lived fur a nurse ami Mm. A. Flsrl.Mn. BILL'SBAIT&TACKLESHOPQUINCTS
Cars and Trucks The Urgent electranloauyoper-' her of years In Tallahassee where,! R. L. Allman of Los Angeles -
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE and moving 'menage alga the Gum srhedule for k: w was annclated with the Family Calif., attended a luncheon I FISHERMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
I U. S. ha* been Instilled : the Isle 4-.- Qulnry vt Ladywee Finance and Acceptance Corpora-'' of the U D Ct In Tallahassee '
we BUY JUNKED CARS new Gulf American lAnd Corp. (1:43 pan, Jim Metaer m, Tut lion. He was a charter member! a
U22 W. J.UtnoD! MAIn 7-7115 building tn Miami. Inttallatton June 9- Qulnry vt. Wondvtlle and organlwr of the Tallahassee'

rat_was $100,000.Wouldn't. .. ___ UNHR(1:41: ,.m.TATTLE, Jim Mesa IXAOtC rid.. Tal. Ovtlan the Tallahassee Chib and Elks a member dub. of'I

: CApe No._1"12)scheduled > last Martha Survivor.. Drinks Include, his two Mm wife,' set d'

,I week in May on account of ex Frank V. and Dan and one grand LAWNMOWERS ,
ams. daughter, all of Tampa. I :'tin
our Came schedule for the week: The deceased was II yean of D llt .
Jvne 4- Units vs. Jayccct; ge. G
|June S- DeMolay \'. Khvanit; oty.
VACATIONSERVICES 11' June R- Urn v*. DeMolay; .
June I- KI..anla'I.. Jaycers' ;;
'June 10- exchange vt. Liana.JIMOR / .Jo/i
a u .
d UTTI.E I.EAOt: i.
C-'aN. k () I II Mrs Raymond Hobbt Mitt Lfl- OUTBOARDS CHAIN SAWS
Came achedule fnr the week: llan and Verdie Smith vtilted hi
help get your I I June I- Qulncy Telephone Co.vi. Winston Salem N. C and were NOW IS
N7 i Frosty Morn; June *- King accompanied home by daughter THE TIME TO GET THEM
,i Edward vs. rYywsSmlih Motor; !Sheryt Hobha who Is a student
plans launched? I Jute 10- Qulnry Telephone Co. at Salem Cnllete there.Mitt .
FryerSmlth Motor Carlotla Faircioth student REPAIRED
: at Salem 0111.... Wlnton
I'BASEBALL flLM UJMOMar Salem. N. C, to home for sian.d .
,' A..I An I...... .. mer vacation.
Ullle [asgwee* fm>j ... Mr. and Mn. Howard Wood-l ATScOTT'SREPAIRSHOP
h.Art" It Biho Rum Bawbal riaj-m are ward and family vtutnt Dr. and!
steed In attend our Sixth Annual 1 Mn. One Blakety tn HaieUiunit,
,I (Him) Baseball Okilc apnnaared Ga. during the wtikind.+
''I.by our sty Rerreaticn Depart- ...... Ihnxd Heels and mother
''I 1 merit to be held wile Saturday Mr*. James Kelly attended the
'Juw Ill .t 1:30: a.m. at our Cor'ry gnduattua of ...... Kelly' grandMt !,
FIPId BatebaD dmtlng mist Sammy Morrow from Gar-
1 I This special conic to pomored I ells Military. taUtutt la Maoon.Ga. THE ONLY PLACE IN QUINCY
1C every summer at a vttuaUkfcrnrttwd Sunday.
I of Imtrurtioii bi the fun Mr. and Mr*. J. L. tUdd el
damentals of barbell as well ata Melbourne ipMit DM weekend THAT HAS
( promotional dour National with aim brother Ice tow and Meter.
wa Mr. and Mr. S. L. Elmer
J II A number of ouMandlnf fllmt Mr*. Urry McNeiO and daughter
\ .In be thaws tnraide "Strike Julia of Columbia. & C are PARTS IN STOCK
"... ." me Major l. ganf new- viatdng ber parent, Mr. and Mr*.
eel tnetrurttanaJ color met Ire R. U Woodward.. Jr. and will
H your plan are "straining the anchor" let our Vacation I'turinx many of beaehair* out- attend fte wwkBnf of her atoltr.Judy CLINTON
tamtlnf BRIGGS & "
P'kiwft1I1'iI1r.; and Srott Gregory Sarurdajr STRATTON
servkes come to the rescue. You should have Traveler Warms. *! >*, 1IoII1'IIrtDI7., Whit. -,.at the lint Preabytorlaa Omurh.NELD -
Checks, the unlosable montY a Sate Deposit Box tor ; ---- -- POWER PRODUCTS

your valuables and we can arrange a Loan if you need A GOOD PLUMBER I

extra money tor your vacation travels. Q The important IN A BIG HURRY MERCURY JOHNSON EVINHUDE

thine to remember Is to borrow the money vrhere you get AT
low interest rate That piece I I. at our M Service Bank. Q For your convenience COST IN SERVICE

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fly In tits Miami area late In May Schrail for Girls lla Meant to
ii r reminder hat eternal tlance '
vllil M The teat for thit week I*
Ii he print: we mutit pay 'Our Sptxlal Day" The young
to ilorkla
protect agriculture
girl began like tilts
hewn pomlble by Importd
Hear linen(. of the Bualnet
< pe to
A few monlhi ago we got aware &I IMilrejlonal. Women' dub:
RIB STEAK lb.59c when larvae u( the Mexican I am going to talk about the'otoclsl
j :; l-\\\ fruit fly, another unwanted gueat d >'." at the FU. School
\ = were dlKwrrcd In toiix- Imported 1 Ulrla. Flint of all the mart
cllnmWhenever. pivlal cloys thrtitroa All over
one of three itiiil motive the raniXM| the lc't'lf'l'I just
limoctl make III appearance, tx-autmill! The girl are In high
both State and Federal ulDclali .plnt to match the beautiful dec.
DELMONICO STEAKS 8get cooperate In quick action to prevent oration our famllln sro Invited
lb a population buiklup lluil"to cane to ice u* at the School
would requlr eonlly nieaxurr toeradicate. smut 1 mist of them do.
I |, Them on Valentine Day we have
Out In California a new program |'I talent saw and refrethmenli."
: I Ii gelling underway prevent tk-hUM the week of Eaater 'II'
G I Die Mexican halt fly (rungetting w\e 'Holy tterk1 In which w.
a foothold lit that Hate,II have nim aNmt Jc'rus' travel tit
It will UM the lerlk male technique .Ucthiwinane, which are very In"Plratlonal -
which eradicated" the screw, \\'* aim hive guest
r worm In Mmlda atvt the Southnut t "("'"ken In our Chaptl during
SHOULDER J I has been WKvemful In the Inly Week and during\ UM whole
Southwest, and I I. exi" >ecti'd to l wIn ...nlen Sra..... Kailcr I I. very
ROAST conllnuoua opt'falliin from now 111"1| l because we hays a o-
II I I on over a lung it retch of the U SMexican ., rme Service and In DM afternoon
3ge ROAST 49c
lb lb. border.for we nave two chapel n-rvlcet with
many yeara the Mexhan Mini \\alker' lair girl ilnguix..
fruit fly has thrralriN-d Cwllk.ntfruits *.1.w.I..r: Ii also a "family day."
( alit veurlablra aftt '
\ Intrmtwtlim Into HJ" Ull the opting of the punt At each
toils In and noar Tijuana, tin 1 oltng w* have a picnic out
: :
acrm the Sm Diego county fine. door,
BRISKET or SHORT RIBSTEW BUDGET SLICEDBACON PIG FEET The file reach the Tijuana anon product originating In In".t.ed uf *perl bt areas mauiUitd Mexico. The" may vlml, u* one a month un"wkei
new canipaliiit wing aertul release .li.
1 of iterile male Ii expected" Thli day May IT, IM4. I II aim
to repine* an exptiulvt" !Ng .
.playprogram. peclal In our achnul and we ap.wclalo
PIGATAllS n very much having Bl"W
The Mexican fruit fly) U nutnreient I 1\ib emu to our ranipui and
at this time) In CmItlmm mla. thank you fur the many thing
But (rower* sro. fearful Uwt, became you Mtv done Air ua.TIM' .

age In of other III record cwuitrlci.tv crop It caune gloat I seem, U It became Girl." Schoul for

4 $100 3 $100 6 $100 extahllilied there, "(IIII' ChaH and ChupUIn di

Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. I(siIlmm The.!ills new of ant iterlle,pun' m(rail male Uw for tallfimiln In pcrlintlcrelca ll11ja$ ,I litKl'not enonuiwlkm.( represent. word In any What the on Blbl.I I.religion taught without or I*

of the bi'iler' at two-wuck
Merenc .
Lids any to 111)noNtn .r*
from April Into Novrm 11111' .
--- llrxa In a whll/ vliltlng
Hearing itprllluitliin and

FRESH GROUNDBEEF SUN Department marking, are. it performed Asrtcullur In. a lalmr.Rtury U."So. hero'ireexher who*are.cons of their who religion tee ,girl Our
c chaplain duties
I In Mtwlco Uty.SterlUialliin talks to all the girl Sri many when they lie
I II arouniplliihed by
UM nt a chemical liulead <4 UK tint arrive at time ktiul. When
OLEO Qch.ll-l0 Irradmtlon mellxid um< 2 1 Lb.Pkgi.. 2ge In our MTewworm pnvram. If it'* Ilan plain need mineoiw
lain." talk J The? atilt CM IIU *> time rtwp-
Our lixpretlun Atrrt In the Department chaplain arrange a
ol Agriculture Sunday Kchmil fur 1II11t1a110I'Io
I tog and
'hj wide variety itt dutlei In the RtimUy anemnon. he
SUPREME Inlrrent of prutedlng rloriila new ,kids a t'l1II1'rI1r1V1t.*. on Weil-|
i unwr*. -lay evening th* cottages ticks
00J (hoe of lie mont uniuiul of HairUvltlei charge of u", prayer nw'rllngo." |
I that: I ran recHll. l owever kam'h week a illflerenl imtug
3 Ibs. $1 was a 1't't.1'ult'llp......!, >rlng* the nieuage.

j ICE MILK 3ge prevent'\-('kup a tlin rtallastrlly.dlrtrlbutel"'iKhnut the state' l III I a Eastertug 1 would hrrt like.t th to. tb'huol IHI.. you' 11 abnit was

inagatlne' (mm getting onto newtitandi day fog all. tvery" day In
J with a Mutgmtlim fur nod. week haling UP |tic lr.lr' ,
er action that neck rosin In w* "hail a flint un the Lie of Unlit.
I bUmlneM ",..Ibl. ilc..th. 11.l1hllwllt'n Jew WM travel'ng
The magulna Muggm et.d thaI with hi* dlnclp)4 up k> the
DOMINO reader. rmild get an "halliKlna-' Aanil,*. Then giina wets
tkma" effect by Kinking any two flawing and ..lIIjotraU'| ..... At ala
pages In methyl alnihiil soil ilrtiik orkxk roller morning its had
1 I I IV'A9 log the mulling ixxieoillitiMethyl beautiful Sonrta. Hervkv. That t.
alcohol, or wnxl skis Uy w* hail our family lo *ee ui
, i teA M It I* rormnitfiiy' MIM, toprdinnniM imrM aflumini. we had two
SUGAR The eillliir said It waionly rttin ervlT M the parents of I
FRESHCORN / "a >>ke," hut In* company ih. girl nwkl 1 ttumil. During
ordered all nugatlnrt recalled by ih* tervkv our rhiir. sang .,..,.
I dlilribuliin and II.. two offending MOM of Carla muilo which lYe
page """'w.... Our liwiiectiinfnllowed "'I>iyed' very mwh.
through to w If it "II 1111U111ft .U our fury .her our
ckpp." religion'' prograni ha* been ben*.
Wxiuld anyone try what the Mel amt w* hv hail girl to
5th. 49C magMln uKKdled, he'd find nit reilwRcal. anti give their lives la
It "'a.'PIt1 pear rat of Juke.Tederal Oiriil and evens have been bap.
Bag aulhiirlllei were keeping' 11al'CAnd\ I am suns. girl .!.
an eye on the illualkn and rhn'li wy k..l< forward to our tkindiy
tog on rfruggtiii" fur any Indira- tervlce"
Inn of an umixwl demand tur ,
WITH FOOD ORDER 3 ears21c the pulKKHiui nrthyl akntel.fkn't Th .{.. Sr I th* on* that
I make the kwl a little( lighter _
he turprliml It mnrhrmen h"'it heavier,
aren't eager la let yet I -
% Gal. psalm un their property Tney'v
i probably tarn dlnniwleil; at the
mount of litter k-ft "brhhsd hy THECHRISTIAn
FRESH CRISP 2 StaIbCELERY I IprevVma plrnlikri who to* advantage -

BLEACH 25cSHEPHERD'S A recent of fame them.of rVrUa TmrdNewt
report that II rats l 100 flSCIU1CEIlIODITOR
s" 21e mlllkn dollar a year di keep th.
'e highway tldlnl up. Highway
ofnelal. My that tie flue
luring piilillr leemi M nnUtterthe
enuiitry*!* its own private'
You ran help When yul drive,
he | Illterbiig liwr, nil a Illtrr.
bug And wherever r-II are nn.annutiiig.
MEAL s Lb. TOMATOES 21 c |4 k up after ,.... If *v
2geI eryim .....101 do thil wed have
Bag I 'lb. ante' dlffk-ully. 'keeping Amerkabeautiful. Accurate

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ALLAN GREENLIMAS O* 4 tttrnfltt t4 Oewl CplaailloM .-

sad CMwUtencr: KMWH. A.Umlx. Coverage

SHORTENING 3 Can 49 8 J:. sloo Deratkf Te //1e Ii.Hei4f Alen4f.CalU j

Prblkstbae ..e.e1.Us4.rterids .
pl.l.l.a .1
SHOWBOAT s 2Vi COM Tslslcq fchel'

Lead weed I reprnilurMl the
4 LorgtBOXM pemtllnl copy of me of the talks
FAB $1.00
PORK & BEANS sloo given by three girt at the ITortkifkhnil
"' Cur marls In In* tTiaprlthere
I IJI"A",1Itl Ixy" rein
natty and JIftII'IIIo'tt \tit mill.-, two .
tilts week column. "Apprerlalkn i Tr,131 MeM" "IJ
and girt fjU out red MrpHInf ., ---4

RICE 3 & 29c 2 :'.;,: 25c TOMATOES 8 d: sloo I j'.....repreamiaUve..111111 Women of Burim*class of the In 4 gralttwi ProleMMi It!*-. -.m". c-.5..5W5MOM.-.....-..-.e'1..a-$..p.s wT.

fcr the rndneeje iiiOor.r.ilmot ItM a. Mai .111'
flub ttw year. Lars N.I'
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES NEW TOOL FOR NEWS MANAGEMENT la print, rang* from extreme ortimlsm aster Inevitable.One BEES BABIES I nAVEL IWofBt'U.-
to extreme pe. jtmlin. W other caveat: even if wi' Rome N. Y. Police thought Intemanon Falls 111\m. -.
end will here to summariM briefly' whiff
oo.ulnulnf try have economic growth
reoagnWAi 9 ..m. Just s little early for proud Former OowbiBj hrl Swanson ,s
THE CHATrAHOUCHU TRIBUNE then two extremes .took good In BO ether MPfC'tIIt
PublHied each Thursday it II S Madison StreetA that 'o one indivfctuai would ate will not be easy to get unempkiy. fathers to be out pushing baby traveling front Bs home to Galveaton .
Jo** H r.rev N.w.ssy.PUTABIASNED that either dearrtption does Manta meet much below U* present rah carriages. When they stopped the Tews. ride s 1000.
ItOI to his own opinions. ot U per cent But this Is tin men tor dower twpecrkm. they pound bull. lesson has no
Quince flnrldi Divergent7a1t1 subject of s future column. found five cases of beer In the planned mule or musings target,
The extreme pessimists believe vehicle The men admitted they but hopes to reach Ms destination
sensed -0 Pas 0u'Y P1mse r that disaster lies ahead becauw BIBLE VERSE had stolen the beer from I grocery by ChriNtmaa. His purpose for
One Vnr n 00 i' we Years 5M Sli Months ...ft we have been relying on exceeslvi store and !hoped to avoid suspicion making the trip Is to stimulate
expansion of credit to sustain pros by using the baby carriages to the consumption ot beef and help
J U UitchlDMB ._ .._ I'tdlI-i pertly. Wo have had an inflate Me that la wilhort riiiimwig transport ItPeople cattle ralaer
Poi Carman: _____ ________ A41tItf ad New. til recent yean, although It bain'' a JM, H him lint east a 3
expressed Itself in riling com tone al hfr.M believe gosalp readily if The grass parrdf sii. like thoseat
pRID,4 modify p Iees. The situation, acoordlng 1. Who spoke these words? they ant to believe it In the the MI. ml Seaquarium lives li>
of this/ view
to proponents first water with bottom.
2. Unto whom were they addresaedT grassy
like I(2D
begins to look ominously -- --- --
A NATIONAL EDITORIAL Credit expanalon can't go on lor:I .. Be Be :
To whom does her" refer1
isbc&Ti4Ny( FARM NEWS ever at ihii rate, and when II 4. Where to the quotation found
lt I starts reversing Itself the proceni!
v/ WIRE SERVICE in the Bible
will be like s :1WaJu.railing I
c downhill "t is when
Aaxwer to Bible terse
gTiOt, !the reversal will occur, but the 1. Jesus.
t ROP tanner It is delayed the worst
2. Certain scribes and Pharis l I
lit will be.
At the opposite pole there Is s ees.
3. A woman taken in adultery.
The Lifts school of extreme optimist who
Fog 4. John 8 7.
TAXPAYERS' FUND$) / brlieAS! that we will have between :
new and 1(75, the greatest bud-
That "compromise package" of changes in the "Civil nest boom In history Population If you have s family member ors
friend who Is
the five
Rights" bill our Senators are considering I. described as growth and family formatuw will million Americans among suffering from ?
be and ample money and
comprising "clarifying amendments." We applaud this credit will be provided for' meeting N Rlcoholinn you may be In s po..
terminology as the first honest and forthright language to the resulting needs. The new sition. For' advice and Information
contact the Florida Alcoholic
be applied to a bill so ponderous, so loos in its con. t r r on emphasis lax niti.In rather federal than fiscal upending policy Ri-habllltation Program, p.
struction and so deliberately confusing that only our most increases will buoy up business 0. Box 1147 Avon Park.

erudite lawyers profess to understand it in toto. confidence The economy has Something bluc..and a lot
Those amendments" and their underlying (grown up to the productive capacity -
"clarifying created In the l 50's andth,1'I Floor
of really do r CoveringIncluding of other lover! colors toot t
philosophy passago-al-any-prict 6 0. l wilt be s new boom In capital !
clarify the bill s objective: the seizure of power. ( slll'nll1nt.| Although setbaiks
Whittle away and water down the racial appeals as will may I be occur brief from and time mild to time they I Inlaid Uneltum. rvbbtt.l Giving a bridal gift of a color

may be needed for votes. This columns own \ telephone it a thoughtful and
Let those states with civil rights legislation run their health claims Also would not place 'II'W'1'1 -L corkCounter
they are to submit all advertising to er' end of this spectrum, but not useful gift. It's charm, color,
own show until the Federals see fit to crack down. an administrator for compliance with code standards. at the exact renter either. Say Top convenience all in one. Call our
Let the kids ((01 all colors) attend the schools in their The key to the success or failure of industry self- hallway between U* center and
and this and dislocation of thp optimistic view. The economy business office and arrange for ,
own districts, forget shuffling policing will be the administrator. Appointed by the will grow In the next ten years at WorkAU
young people to achieve "racial balance. industry, his job will be to rule with an iron hand in sow-where around the historical this delightful gift today.
But get the powerl I Hand over to the Executive Department deciding for or against advertising policy. rate which Isn't bad when you'
the authority to nullify the Magna Carta, to sidestep The cigarette industry is setting a good example; from think of rime It to Recessions time, but will they error will'
the Constituion and he courts and govern by Intimidation others who regularly make grandiose claims in their ads be distressing rather than itlsastrmii. Expert Installation COMPANY IMPRINT ti 7-'

and injunction.As should follow the example. .
0.'OW'III',, major mistakes In
President Johnson revealed in the peroration ol
national ptdlcy would upset this
his Ann Arbor address unveiling the "great society" he QUINCYCALENDAR I'I'lol1vely'OIlY forecast, ai even SHE(FER.BUTCH .
is planning for us, a function of the Government henceforward Ito most optimistic economists' Co
recount1But the mistakes we, ..n.r/Jne ,l.WfAf Quincy Telephone
will be "to pursue the happiness of our people. OF EVENTSA have made so far In the pokt-war QUINCY 1L0It04
That "unallenable right" of all men to the pursuit of period I. serious j though they haveorn s... aka rat,
happiness as noted in the Declaration of Independence, Community Service by the have not as yet made dis I

now becomes if you ask Mr. Johnson + a duty for
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627-8JU ...
the Government to administer!

The memory! of the "midnight ride," it would appear, Calendar II based on information reported by club

is to be eclipsed by the anticipation of the midnight rap. secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding
With the passage of the "Civil Rights" bill we may publication

expect to enter into a new era the era of "Smile damn
you, smilel" Thursday June 4Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State
Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberts St.; Men's

Slow-Pitch Softball, Joe Wedeles Inc. vs. Randy's,
''i A Look Ai TV CommercialsWe 7:30 p.m., Doyle Conner Field. ride high wide

were talking with a friend the other day about Friday, June Alcoholics Anonymous & Al-anon Family

television commercials, and he wondered what had Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parrish House; Canning

happened to the glass stomach we used to see so much, Center, 8 0 S; Shrine Club, 7:30 p.m., KittrelTs Cafe;

where the B's always beat the A's into the blood stream. Air Force Recruiter, 912 noon, Post Office.

I Or was it\ the other way around? Anyway, we haven't Monday June 8- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; .
r seen this commercial lately. Canning Center, 8 5; Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic ). .,: !il. I 5tr JI '

Since those freewheeling days, a Government-fi Building; Sodal Security Representative, 8.30: a.m.. "rrtTiPlenty
nanced study published in the Journal of the American I Court Room, Courthouse. !

Medical Aisociatlon, has revealed that the leading aspirin .I ........,,.. .. .-
''' "" ==
is ai gentle to the stomach as the buffered product Tuesday, Jun. 9- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club,

and even as gentle as a sugar pill and that this aspirinis 1 p.m,, Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic

unsurpassed in onset, duration and degree of pain re Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, 7:30: '.110.- .._..._........, I
lief. p.m., Club House, Shadow St[ Men's SlovrPltih

Now, we're not taking sides in the fierce competition Softball-* Massey Drugs vs. N. F. Experiment;",

among thf liadldg pain !killers. 'The 1nt.re.tlnthing ious T7:30 JMiDoyle Conner Field. of preid-out room In every '64 Dodge,too!

l Is that about 90 per cent of all pain relievers available Wednesday, June) 10- Canning Center, 8 5; Navy Recruiter Some models have bucket tests, some standardsssts

without prescription are either straight aspirin or containaspirin 10:30: a.m., Post Office; Jaycees 12 noon KIt- tome have standard seats with s flip-down
ai their principal ingredient. Aspirin! Itself I Is the h-ell's Restaurant; Exchange Club 1 p.m., Jefferson center arm r..t that lets you enjoy the advantagesof I

'i mON widely used and therefore most thoroughly tested, House; Army Recruiter, Post Oihce. bucket Mats without paying for them I
medclnal preparation in the world. Americans last year
; took about 16 billion straight aspirin tablets, or million. Thursday, June 4Canning Center, 8 0 5; Florida State

a day. Just recently the leading aspirin maker producedits Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. Quincy
100 billionth tablet. Men's Slow Pitch Softball, Joe Wedeles Inc. vs. Ran-

Time Magazine, in a recent article, summed it up dy's, 7:30: p.m., Doyle Conner Field.

pretty well we think when it said: "By and large, aspirin Friday, June S- Alcoholics Anonymous & AI-Anon Family -

II good for what alls you." Group, 8 p.m., SL Paul's Parrish House; Shrine

I Club, 7:30: p.m., KltUeU's Restaurant Canning Center,

Major Aulo Changes Coming 8.5; Air Force Recruiter, 9. 12 noon, Post Office. andhandsome

I Monday, June 8- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; 1
The word is that 196S automobiles are going to be Canning Center, 8 5; Eastern Star 8 p.m., MasonicBuilding

the berriedIt ; Social Security Representative, 9.30 a.m., \
II reliably reported all the major manufacturershave Courtroom, Courthouse.
undertaken extensive style and engine changes,
more extensive than In any year in the past decade.It Tuesday June 9Canning Center, 805; Rotary Club
U said mcrufacturers hope to maintain the booming 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic

market they have enjoyed In the current year through Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, 7:30:
extensive style changes In the upcoming models. p.m., Club House, Shadow Street; Quincy Men's Slow

j The last year when broad and basic model changestook Pitch Softball. Massey Drugs vs. N. F. Experimental.

place was 1955 and sales boomed at a result. Sales 7:30 p.m. Doyle Conner Field.

have been at a record pace in the current year, however, Wednesday, June 10Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m. Post
and thus the attempt is to maintain them at high levels Office; Jaycees, 12 noon. Xittreil's; Exchange Club,

a second consecutive year. 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter, Post Office;
Whatever the reason, millions of Americans will Canning Center, 8 5.
welcome style changes, and will enjoy reading claims Seating Is only part of the exciting Dodge story for
and counter claims, and studying picture and statistical 1964. You owe It to yourself to see ail the Dependable I
data. The National OutlookBy No more crushed hair-do, no more flattened from Dodge. Dodge Dirt: the first

Only In America is the new-car season every fall federal. The seats In every 1964 family-size compact; Dodge 440: the luxury carat

I such a national preoccupation and tradition. But it's George Hmdora This writer recently listened to Dodge show real concern for your comfort the low low price;Dodge ISO:the big,beautiful I

great fun even if the yearly "fashion" chances are sTORMY, ORGF.MCKUIY a discussion ol the butane outlook No skimping here, they are chair car' for tho big car man. All priced far lower thai

often silly, in the consideration of transportation needs. : FAIKT by a group at to t night\ Industrial high -the way s car teat ought to bet you might expect Put yourself In '64 Dodgol I
Last wtvk we dlKWonl In thll'PIU"t economists begunto '
the question of when the wish he twit taken up some
Refugee Invasion? next business downturn chit be-; easy Held ot study Ilk. I higher II
gin. Hut more Important than mathematics, Inntrad ol econonvIn '
1 1bI.t.
"when." Is the question ol "haw with all Its doubts and com I
One of the first things a good boxer learns is not to | ." Will It be a minor temporary plexities.
telegraph his punches. rMdJURtrnpnt or we we The views ol this group, and ot
-The bout.fleld.I I In for a maw setbnok that couldplaque other kiwwledfirabto people whom
same'thing the
holds true on have Rppt'tlI'I'd.I'I'Cmtl1 II III
1 u fur a prolonged period opinions ,
In either combat arena, the quickest and surest way
to get hurt 1s to let the enemy know when and where

you're It II going in that to strike light next that one must regard elaborate PEANUT HULLSFor I let 1
reports that Cuban exiles are girding for another assault i your

against the Castro regime, and have even picked an approximate

date for launching the hostilities. I Your Yard Care
Such may be the case and the move would be welcomed you HOW-NOW
by a vast number of Americans who feel the job ::1
of cleaning out Communist in Cuba is properly a task I Shrubbery Flowes
for Cubans stripped of their freedom. I

Premature publicity, however, comes close to guaranteeing 1
a repeat of the Bay of Pigs fiasco or at the) very EASY

least a much more costly operation in terms of lives than

one kept texietRegulating 90 POUND BALESCALL

Ad ClaimsThe I 1

cigarette industry has set up a voluntary advertising LESTER MOTORS INC
code. Restraints proposed are in the public Interest. ,
Major tobacco companies have agreed to eschew LEE PARRAMORE
pictures of young people or athlete smoking advertisingon \
youth programs or in school publications giving samples MT. PLEASANT "

to teenagers, or making smoking appear essential i
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r I'nlversity students received &I

r nancinl aid thruuKh this pn\Tim: II
'" -
f. last )'\'& '. I IIV.tw I
"'; other appronriatitins are
. Gal for the aeeuMtion nf
t rare honks for the Unlvemtty! of
L000no Florida Library the Alumni

U'Kl't..tlon' loyalty Fund will provide for
. } this purposeVillnm .

e forelate r \ R Drowsy president
ut tho UF Aiunuii Asauclatlon.

I help 4 saM "Through the Alumni Loyally
Fund, Ihuuaands ot students
have been helped; thousands of
ahsmnl have been served. A
gnr lJnI"t'l'IIta being
t* tn L' built "
Cram-ay made a pica tor the
moral and financial support ot al
alumni to continue this work. #
UF President J. Wate Relit

has died the Alumni Lnylaty Fund : ,
as s means ot making the Uni- JIr'r
wnil)'. bright future become a _

reality I APPOINTMENT > Norman McMillan, Quincy Insurance)

4 Farmers Market agent Is shown on the left receiving a certificate ol

appointment to the Advisory Board of the Financial File I

CERTIFICATE OF MERIT R V Rudd agent here for (PonttiMed fmn Page One) & Casualty Company of Ft. Lauderdale. lames Godwin

i the Seaboard Air Line Railroad is being presented a tie headed Uy Bradley Munme. state manager, II making the presentation. Photo by
All sales are bctna handled by
Certificate of Merit by I J. L BUzell. trainmaster UlghO.) for Warren Wheeler end denier tt- -Martini- Studio. --.--. ..- '- -

havioa a perfect record oi no personal injuries (or the mond of the Dtnird-15ager Produce
Peach ruts ate
limit at Myrtle
year 1963 and also for employees walking under him. According Ompaiiy\ ot Tamp: Fred BrinkmanIs trailed national attention,"
He has 23 oi service with the Seaboard Photo byMartin's to John Resell sdded
years Thompson
County Agent, this will be the yearto [ Director Of
Studio. I determine U peaches will be- On three occasions the Greater
I I corer one of Gitdwlcn Omuity's Myrtle Urach ttinmber ot Oxo-
SOME OF THE: DIGNITARIES attending the dedication of the newly-constructed Senior boys named to "\ ho'K Juki, grant cash crops. The EarllgnMvariety Hiway Assoc. mere received the top naianaln

fruit and vegetable cooler room at the State Farmer Market ate left to right: State Who' wen: Robert Lulue Hell | Hut Mayor aid one side. you of which there are 80' Fred P. Brinkman. former manIIjIf"r "nrd ol the U Chamber for
Eddie Taj lor- Muse 'have' talk scheduled In three Aetna proved succenaful. The No.
Representative W. M. Inman of John Russell Chief of State Looking. ,I a ot the Qutncy Ouunher of program; ot work accomplishments
Quincy; County Agent
; Likeable, Ed: Brocdrn--;t All- hmus and a dinner at a In Talla- I peachca brought 16 per halt in its pupulation bracket In
Farmers Market W. O. Whittle of Winter Haven; Florida's Commissioner of Agrt- Round Stewart Hmson Must (.earn and Urn we have six appearances bushel The ago acres ot the May. rbmmerce Dim-tor has been ol the named Utwnllway asftcecuUve 11150: IWl. and 18113! ,

culture Doyle E. Conner; Peach Coop Director Laurence Hlnion of Havana; Bean Talented Kddle Taylor Must between there and, raid\ variety which are still being Association, which
President Malcolm Likely To Sucx-ecd. Topper) Humpton YnsHCnta tomorrow. tarvested and processed also punsmoles The Greater Myrtle Beach
Coop Smith of Greensboro; and Market Manager Grady Roberts. nnrth-mulh travel the
Most. Studious RlchurdLutcn 'Let's not wasto time In unImportant hmutiht M per half-build for NoI along dumber niuuhrrship du". income
The men are examining peach. stored In the cooler room waiting for shipment. Mutt Athletic Jack Man. wilderness. Indians I pi' chcs.The Atlantic Seaboard In-reused from $14.000 in

Photo by Martin's Studio roe.- Wittiest. Ed Brnwlon- Best rent vote Heat bath to where pmceMlnf of peaches Is For the past eight' years Brink- IMS to more than $37,01)0) In
Personality Robert Lodsp Must I II I can talk to Florid people and indicate The peaches are hailed man has been Executive Manager 1IMI4. The overall OiamN-r budge
The graduation march was Popular. Ret votes." to the State Farmers Market of the Greater Myrtle bruit it rose torn about .10,000 to sl-
played by Cathy Morris, dnughter I The Miami candidate dldnt, and unloaded Into a giant ma- 3uunber ot Commerce, which mist fl2ll>00 during this period.
of Mr. and Mrs. IL J. Morris. (think Florida extended beyond Ute I chine where they are debuted nerves the 60-mile coastal verse
Cathy is a graduate ot Hendrix McMillan NamedTo western suburbs ot Jacksonville I II by water and brushes. Next the Umland of South Carolina knownas Tourla.1, tlie largest Imkistry at
Klndrl' Ur ,,/1..ullllav.. also been given fruit is deftly culled by the manymwkien the Grand Strand. A graduate' Myrtle hVm-h and tlie Great
l'tt'll.Appl't'ation I Is I anrtiJ.n of Florida Mute he Strand Increased tn I record high
\ and thanks Insurance Bd. history' "lemon about pant South, and ben stud or University
wereexpressed > lien \ served ol UM ol |4l million In IDUJ. Construe-
to Mlns Sarah for Florida candidate with leads up' pi' are plated In M manager Quincy
Key Norman McMillan Quincy insurance to 10,000 votes at midnight and half-tadwl baskets. onto a DKIVng Ovimlrr loan ItU.1U94Anmvnceinenl lion Investments at this assists. e
ferry milking boal.MrS.and. painting the delightful agent, has been srlei-ted by daylight were trailing and sent platftimi which carrys them ol Urinknuuis plsvitmind: totaled more than fill

ss one ol 25 Florida agents to he ranxntts tn the future rmvrmir: hmigh an untold strr spray. al1ll1lllln"{ u. mode by C. 0rhisnpsnn nullum irurtriK tJIl'UtIon years.IVr .
pointed to the Advisory Board still sleeping. at home hetwtvn quickly inducing thl' lempemmwif of (ttarleclnn, S. C. capita lm-oni at Myrtle
o. Kincaid nt the financial Urn & Casualty Fort Pierce and A reel-tie | U* fruit to retain Uw quality Ocenn Illwsy Amnclatlon. prenl-! Utmh has risen above the 1I1.1.\IIo
Company ol It Laudordiile. Muyor !Bums was wise aSmil\ V! bankets ot peaches are Uu>n lent, al average and higher than any
the Maid\ Into ..rnltl'f'll holt trucks fir other ot Situ Cuullna.Brtnknmn .
The board will meet quarterly the Crnriu'rs Panhandle aid .1 "Fsi-lng an expndnl proKruu city
Presents PupilsIn with the executive officers at the made several tours In his hrftorIII'YI'I1 *hl|<| company. A later meeting this year rampHlRn. high Is room fir shipping later, I the exjiected tnU/io tmrrawi ik>- was recently comnwtxM -

year has 'been planned In San raid to have flown over Die area; Gadmlen umntys sprlnff 1'1'1'111' wi,,|. Fran opening ot Hie 1200nilllun (he South In s Carolina resolution Leglslaiiim aJopietlby
Piano Recital ;Juan, Puerto Rico, to survey firsthand low once ot fancy 'lute beans are rulllniintn 1 UiesaiNNike Hay UldgePinini'l. "
"lo'or his outstanding oortnim-
the expansion I heard the Jar mayor Ink em the pnjcemlng plant at a :
company program we have been Inlervkwng -
1I I. 1 steady clip\ Aepiirdlng, to Market (hits to the
Irn boys and gtrr who are In that errs. was a C"'kl'rjaJl, or maybe pronpecls for nuuiy months,
I g piano students of Mrs. R. R. Kin.raid Mr. and Mrs. McMillan recently a Jaxcracker. "This Is part ol Manager Grady Rohr"i: the crop trying lu find a qualified nun and travel" Industry ot
j'7 tank part la a recital May returned from s board inert lortiln people here are grad rttl- ras and the' with an oubilaiiding reuml of results Smith Csmilnn.

30. at the home of the teacher I lug at !the Gall Ocean Milo lintel) ants' and Mr. High' will' find" out bean>rtn>*. have been bringing s ridThe In ttw travel prunolUin sutdoritiuiusllisi Last year, he was appointed by
The students and the pieces Lauderdnle. It Florida and y all vote. bells. .
i in Ft. I ban Ihonipson Governor Donald Russell as a
A. d know what MayirBums pole procemlng macchlnrey
hlch they played <( The certificate ot appointment which Is owned by I eState member: of South Carolina
or'l said High tried' to make e said."It :
are as follows: story
was our unanimous opinion ,
tourist cwmnlllee The
was presented to Mr. McMillan by deal with the Parrot Jungle for Farmers Market Is used by
1. Grasshoppers I McAllister James Godwin slate manager birds Sam on s contract that Ted Ililiikinan ailmidliUy| work and rsmmmendall of lit
to exteniUiiaie Panhandle
The Beakers (Metal !formerly ol Quincy now residingIn crackers. NWS..PI\n! Osinlv' Pile Ills our nneils lute an Lxucutive coinmillee M to IrItalallRI"*
Carpenter Sung (Dumam) Lccsburg. The prcsentatlisi Hrait Oxnerstlvs Is heailed by Dim'lor ot due AswHailon s overall ,piwul of an 10 percent IncreasnIn
Linda Baker was made on behalf of Jack P. illi-olm! .Smith. operation. He knows well cur Inn Slate's travel promotionliuiliiet
----- --- 2. Little Almond Eyes (Seher) !Hunt president.The Dow Tour It has PICKING PEACHES Worker. are shown picking March of the Wee f llcfGaynor certificate reads "In Study that gru ing pole beans plus he tarn an adive nwnibrr bill Acllv In C'hNtiilrr i4 Commerce

peach. In one of the orchards In Gadsden County. Two ) recognition of his rllpl'rlrl1lanrl ((;et1.awl tram I'M" Dirt) quash' and other vi-srtJibki has since i last M.iy. he hat served aa pris'emlivwl stfnlri, Itrlnkman ls
varieties of peaches ore grown here Earligold and This old man (Weybnght) knowledge of the Insurance Industry tional Awuclatlm. chi Cuunty Agrl- proved to tie a good additional. tar, South Cumllna vice preslikiil a .past prr.ld.-nt of the South Car
Photo by Martin's Studio Lauren Munme) Norman McMillan I. hen by cultural Agents.It come for county fnrmers.INle and memneNilp dwlnniin. In Ills I dine A*.iHiion of Chamber at
Nayqold. S Butterflies Lrge) appointed to the Agents Advisory Is a very high,: hear to !besckvlctl | the drought cmdttlons, new duties with the Ocean Hlwsy ('(iduiierrt, FmnmtlvM and s ntem-\
i I Rtstdo Alia Turca <( I I At Gainesville Graduation Is erl lo \Its management and Board of Agent rUiwK'll. because the Nil' I a lItav.r. In (oulwlm Oiun- the scope sod area ol nninlxT ol CurnnMMV i._-.: ':ls..
Susan LOOp Directors." mine fur ar"'ting the unto' b *, said Mr. Knell work with which he II meat familiar. tin Is an el'W. nf ttw Flout Presbyterian

Mrs. Davis Will I Held At Hendrix 4. stein Tom) Tom, and Train (I&k. Ipii-Mt was mudu up u| Uw Slate re-I: ._Ills. recur nf aiitmipllili-_ Oiurch of Myrtle. Reach

Director of the Prrnl-
Pilot Club HasInstallation Lxlenidim
Lullaby, Swing
dent ot the Stale Aumiatkm, at
Teach FlowerArrangement KindergartenThe Busy inn Mill Follow, Are the You Lrader.1IM'1l' Sleep-, County) Agricultural Agents, Chslr- 4 a w.aw----s .+;arlrsrnur lrllar: r -; Y.
nuii of the Wale. PnilwiluialTraining
clewing program and grad (Aaron" )ol the Wooden Soon The Pile Club of Qulncy held Gmimlik-e' and tile

uation exercises of Henrtrtx Kindergarten Jim Allen Its liwUtUalkn services at a bone !State fttopr''III'IIIIIIIU' lie lie KIIrlrwal -
were held Thursday 5. mi at die Jefferson H> 1 Saw
a Bminy << want 10 \learn the newest >peland) ;
Do ynu sllemoon. May 21 In Fellowship The Umbrella Friday night with spprWnmlely mltioe of the Mallixuil AJUH alKmof
Mun <<< :rill
trends In flower Hull I ol the Centenary MsjthodlstChurch. Merry Marionettes tally gn teen pni1( to we the County Agents
how to practice bonsai how to KlncT : The tour will
JlMppy Birthday Hill nr-v officers I InslallA) for 1M443Mlllng IMKIII June I from
grow a beautiful lawn I Before the graduates were given: Cuoblcr Cobbler ) officer on this rwcaal LI"18tI.1e, ArkaiiMS and last
and many other mentions ,certificates. Miss Marguerite Hen Water Sprites (Goudrich(Qipeland) I as MI... Muhle Wali...., mucli June 3(1( 1804
'NI'f.. be snswered at the loth Annual 'drix. assisted by". .... Worth Morning Cau (luuuon) ) Sect;lacy, DIstrM 4, Pilot International Recipients of Uie Dnw Stinly
C.rden Club Short Courseto Clark presented the entire kindergarten March at the Boy Scouts end II member of the Tour Scholarship were achitalnn
be held on !the campus of the In a program of songs, tWrII.1\lI 'allaharwNt Oub. !the basis that he had distinguished

University of tlorids In Gainesville rhythm games rhythm band and The Ship Bulldnrs Shelter) Cue -i>ye<1 s most Inter himself In promoting various !
June 24 28. a musical playlet. Larry Allen eating ,ram with Mrs. Ihtstisi Cxtnwtun Servhv pmgramswtOiln Quick
The coupe wiU be conducted 1 When the curtain opened s lovely /. Evening Hell <( by the Honda Institute for Continuing picture of children and e colorful Onward Christian Soldiers! he Reverend Bmrumn Matney andy have distinguished himself In pro.
University Studies (FICUS) ferry boat In the background <( under the sponsorship of The was revealed. Mary Bryan Maw 1984-OS Jeanl With The Light k-e training of academtt or nsvaisidemlc Pick Chevrolet and fill in the
Florida Federation of Garden I Parents relatives, and friends T, We Cuwboys ) Brown Hair. Mrs. Frank Hlg- similes. lie noel have a spacesNow's

Cubs.Principal" ,of the children received the pro The Trail al Day break gins, outgnlnf preeldcnt. gave s been in the Extension Service a
speaker and demonstrator gram with pteaaure. After a few The StampedeDiiiiey report of the work a nnplshed! minimum/ of five yearn

will be Robert Clay words of welcome by Miss Hendrix Cal l by the club during the year, There will he twelve ('ewiy I the time to see tha great outdoors In a great Chevrolet buy I II IJlere
Thomas ol Kakhvllle. Tom., wellknown the children opened the program Swuig Yuur Partner which was nrNI foe which the rwenylwo Agents from different stairs oil

floral consultant the author Garden I by singing one of the good Marc Junes mid well members bn pnnid.Jffhrrs of the. tuna club the lour I I you are on the brink of vacation typically Chevrolet amy of ..xtrscostl
tc-aihcr and member and of the -- "
I morning songs one Duet: The ad Uushdm Trail
and Ikebam IntemattonHe ( fir the new year are I time There' your Chevrolet dealer in options
Club prayer mg used at kindergarten Marc and T..... Jones
.1. each day. This was followed by .. High In a Tree (Humane) Mill Irs. Van Allis u".J1IUIfIll.,..-s, 1st vice pretident;. Quincy Family the midst of Trade 'N' Travel Time Plain Jmpnlas art anything but. Tb.,

will demnnttrte modem and tradit1onal.JllpllMiI' abstract, the pledge to the flag and singingof Greenslreves Anthem by the )
trends In flower srrangement.workshops children our National and audience. Then the The Battle funny Hymn Eskimo: ol (Stevens) vice pmtdenl; Miss Iowa Payne I U. I. hchrmi it has an enmUnientof ( the Joy. of summer In a new Thry'w dressed up to a farethocwfll .
and the Republic treasurer; Miss UU Dolan, rs appemUniately ITO students, deduce Chevrolet. Interior !
In beginning children sang "Gaily Off To School Teresa Junes Grs- : fully carpeted uphoU
advanced flower arrangement will w. Go." /. Come Thou Almighty King cording ham Jok.1 srcreUuyi.oowD. corresponding: and Mrs. I 80 per rent are AmerkonaKrenrh Why Chevrolet W'll,with 15 model story! durable as it U attractive.

be taught by Mrs author IL and Jefferson nationally I The first part of the program and Swans on The Lake (Thompson Mary Dim-tors for the new aro' language, Ihndu courses, and given Kpajisiih stialenla are In four aorles, what possible reason Is there Del 1 Airs and li! cuynes, the lower prone
Davis Quincy. by the Nursery
presented )
If as
year are Mrs. frank Hiionns, Mrs I John Charles! to look further? Chevrolet make practice cf
accrelated flower show Judge; First year Kindergarten groups, German Clap Deuce (Wry- Dewey Junnsun end Mua Mae age tm will be a
and Mr 0. H. Spencer. Jensen consisting of songs and two singIng bnght) G1egc.ryfe tulnerd at Mme Take the Impala Super port hiding' it. All the fonvftilenre
1 Th ,.
Beach, lecturer. on Japanese ar rhythm games -children I. Jolly 10. Jean T1aamxilulk ''IWt Cub of Quincy is parculariy ''lit rUiimr* fltlrkneys(MwSyr will hat IVadiviPmml.iiMi nmne'. (and s lot of i 'opU do just that). l:1:: no sacrificing comfort or styl/*.

rangements.Conage craft Instructors win down colorful, for this.nthe" 2. My put RUM behave ol << Sung priest to have one of Ms of Mu.ouu fulfil Iskx ('omF. ai a Pport Coupe or Did we mention that Trade
: 11.
on U AU fake .
I... members, Mrs. lUmrycr )lolly.
be Mrs. Ivan 1. Van Horn, Belle Parasol for this the girls carried cIoJaM g Young Charms <(
Glade, and Mrs. Alec Stefans, Or- green parasols and the boys walking ) mar ot District .. Pilot litUvnaonal Ing with btc game The!huiKInK and flW root bucket MaLe, center' console TIME forever? It won't. Bo are your
mond Beach both judges and The children In these 8uza nearby. SUlenals LJrp..tt"" '
canes. Rtodmon .
witch omlsls of theSI.I.
trim-all standard Chevrolet d..k Then AH
/ spHsl as r.
have talked with Mrs.SUckney .. go
mrmbcn of the National CorsageClub. groups were: John Hell, Margo At the close: of the recital of Florida. This Is an outstanding -
reO'shrnentt -
Kldlehoover Dodie Days, Pamela of punch, caks brew "Mir Mrs. Mutiny many tunes nncernlng equipment And offers a ..._ ...e.c..r In the spacei.CMCI .
Other speakers will feature Story Diane Massey J. Fred sandwiches were served by Jean and floe the kial club. !the local and failUUre. There
ot the university Baker is a Keel l mill mind near fUlpur
member of the staff Smith Kathy Smith, Tommy and Sandra Lodge. -
system, knowledgeable Young, Rita Trawled, Joy Anne bum with aid from West U-enwiy
Garden dub members, hobbyists Rudd. Timmy Dodson. Bars Jane Davis Nd 3oyott Issued The btlckneys win he the nm
and representatives from nursery Hell. Ens Cranlham. to live kl IhJa are*
and landscape firms. The second part of the programwas Hauling PermitA They will Uve to India for 74 j
Mrs. R. G. CbrWn of Ltr burl presented by the Second N. Fla. Fair months before taking leave !ba k I
......hu..nr contractor' who wteU.1.
Is chairman of the short course Year Kindergarten group a
for the Florida Federation of Garden Rhythm Band number and s musical Parade Head has several Contrast M the panhandle
dubs, and Mrs. Hugh C playlet "A Ftcnlc 'Cross ares ot Florida has rem F/e.Itrsaea.rldAt
Slmmoni of Gainesville Is vice- TIlt Bay." A colorful\ terry boat lark Levers. North f1or\II8 Fair pprovsl of Its trgrnt request Sour Joe Canley I
chairman. was to the center at the rear of A.mt h pmfatent. has an- 8 state permit fnr I trackinf company
haul buUdtng materials (CmH. !bat to fas )
Is hi ited. The children en RaJpfI
Advance registration the stage. put n1a. ntIt'U-
tve drertnr needed on Jobs to ... Gadsden (held to TaIW_. U oT 27 .I|
and I
and saves considerable time sailor hats before getting on the of the Stain Road 131.
effort upon arrival. Registration,ferry boat the boys wore while DffuVafr win again serve asPh.lrmaji Jaunty. area.B. t who Cbeesle w C.s.eefuUs
Q. boy ( operates the Factors s/terttn the seb.ikil.
fee Is Jit.70. Including meals and sailor raps end the girts wore of the North Ftelds
with Fair Parade Committee. Boyett Hauling Co.., ot Ijuim-y,I U the Farm Families will '
salk bats
Insurance. Housing to optional. white
dUfrrtlltl swarded the temporary erne tarn ..
but re rvations II nVtired kin ,colored bands and Franh Branaa, 1r, L erne County of dlvsrtitr.tYeseity ,
tlflrsi si tie irqui-st Cbggtoand Qripalk .to
rlvlo. etwnh. -I
space In Bmward Residence Hall, the children got oft the terry boat awing drertnr, was named as Des need. Inc hokVrs tt enrol affairs
t... the far the I vice chairman far the Mflal ; cnranuniry svrr
headquarters course ; pk roc they played some ee. large contracts on West Florida 1 tanre of Ow tsmflr. snd
should be requested' et the ttmeol games Mont eating the am*. GitrRc the Mfgesl event to the highways.Oerxto. other erttorta.Unyd .

registration for $2,5O per nlChtAd'IIX'f' The games were I. Kites- The Davis and Derrmont told the tUnrteil, Irmluy of the
registrations should be children playing Ms game oatngmd. bas Indicated thai heaines
wIn Camnusslan that 0* errnflraie Norm FkwMe Fair AmrUdns. (
sent to Mrs. Ethel Welch, General I I yellow and bkst kites .-. 1 rommtrif npusei"Call was needed to cover sU wane Wle... rnat plans Pie fie .
Kxtenskn Division ol I'lCLS, Bin Story. RoeuHUsGondBM, For- segments of Dug Brad to- rest of .tocludlnf Tsylor and s
,.,.. to serve srHh him to sealsg heat ntra,...... are
Gainesville. Oospn rttsfra-' rest Dunem, Angle Rabm DID Oils preys staging Jefferson, Cnunrvm ant taw ier ..,.
ton at 1 Tuesday. )McMillan Anne Fryer. RbiiantJones. parade I
opens p-m The Cammlsssisi wU deride leter County As** Ma C Rump
June JX Susie fen drr, Don Dse e.Th Florida fair Pars* make l"hr /eIs dI54 Cep.
whether b the
os said
.-.. I Is Il7 one of the hnmP ser- lt>*ns> farnveatrtaa A"ffit.
bart Wary mores Red ws. Tim ".des held to TaJUJ ae.7Tbisy un pens n id. fga.na acid ...... Marine Qeffney ere teen

Allen Pamela Duys. t Due> Ws pende win be at. B... making plans (r* (...AiAat Cum '
INSECTICIDES Bird- Tht chUdrrs playing ttustame ruesilsjr. October 27.Seniors ra Mtapatt to Bus earl 1.

SOIL FUMIGANTS were. :Gary Ronnie M< fJt.
t nnrher. Bin Umar. Ltea Rtdtohoiwtr NamedTo r

WEED mums Mark Flr cher, tenry -tt I II Hal Davis
Balm laden Strmma.!: S. TheMenrCoRouod 'Who's Who' 1 ( '. I

Tbe ettldreaptaytnf ((irbed tnm Fags Ow)
this were Teed Who's Whnr etor I I Lcit
fame rund." as wed M IT*
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL Cklpprr. Use ?Spooler. Cal Cotaey. *- J8g$i rhnal errke rs were pr-enT MI"aK'fU wails a the Ifcfceratly M keep

Jtnsny I...... UI FUUtoa' .Jby ** ,. Lode et the ssnual Oe Mayer et Sara\ 4MI't .* s* *ry sstogher eturs'''ei ,1

Ben Hodges. MkrbaH Dmaer. a.. Might last Thorsday eve. IK s put s.... to ftorvla ...- .0. rtownonm. ntmnf tunes.
Lydia PstrosM. Jesse tuber, LIlt hg to the ended soduprlsmsenke Ore ... tmtnttV wlnsj the .there utm eeVr fund. 10 ineele cA w.M4 set Ace {.Dote !rw.e w..a
Buna.At w. ) pMt eaunpwgM .... he sisTtto ...s," Hwte .....

Sales&Service thecfceeof the playlet the .".w.... Pwrtys*Vl- ae1454. gone a eupttOsj The f..... N Kt,4.n pen' ?x 1 set Mm M trtoutcwnuitun. n-wstist. MI.usnrn tetr IT rail, Ckts0U7 HiurtW708J :
gnduaflnc els* reared sod pot *. Buaoy fUefc- the Anl tour cf (Us ranvusrs ,==;in traride MMjwo to die
on raps and gnrna They mantes' 5- 0It000aC. Pam Maya Hills to acid to free' er s- Lend Sow
Inc.: down the aisle ana es to can Best AB-Kosnd. Bemia 1niMost begot to sea srtvnos whrs) Mss 1 t IT ........ a..,. .... ()
state and eack was sunnne" sceroflnse T.Jnsd. Car* Ourk err w ...'.... ( c... ::4"'J M NrrangYlvi. ,... The
by MM Isendns. Meat Llhety T. iarmd. firmdaTs ... I illAlgoofe t' -III .HI
Box X Ph. MA 7-6101 They Wd hew Bur bad enkMdtfr -- nas>- Moet ........ Afire 1holed.. the story ... ttt i, ....... p ,-' MAImING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.
rat sad sssy et HeadrtxGndbre Gay-- Mas] Athlete. p rri lie 1 I+kwfy >wiis*lsd the ear be .... ere drta.ee 10 "i. 1Iudtr.'

QUINCY. FLORIDA JCiadrI'pnrII ecey cia, w.. rK CMC WsMest, Mauntf KH- e4. ...... I.,. a CMVUM toreuvrmne liy :'
to fee HnBdru, Ka Brat rVwxeJwy and Bssy 1[ af fVnrto ami am'fWWBK Dtmmr of AfcoanJ Jm ar 23 North Adorns Sr( ..t QuIncy. Florida

t I cIrtpn&. I'1rJdIdJbI ......,. Sfjunet Out ......., at,,BIll rVnHof sa<4 Osst f''t1 iJfJt,

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Harvey Suber and Mrs Alexander -
Johnson In the hallway and
.... N. B. Jordan and Mrs Richard I v
PAGE Gardner were hostesses IDthe
room with the gifts. J'i.

I II Mrs. T. R. Smith Introduced
guests to the receiving line In the

Person having Items of social nature at* urged to caD living: room which was beautifully i.
decorated with yellow flowen. Onthe
Mri. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 mantlepiece wu a fan shap-

.. .... ...
__ _____ ed arrangement of yellow candies
"" """"" n magnolias filled the fireplace
and the bride's bouquet was
Presnell placed on a console table near the
Miss door. Back of the receiving line
stood a tall standard of mixed
Tells Plans flowers In shades of yellow.

Mr. and Mn. Allan Bostick andMr. ilIs
Mill Lynda Carol PrrineU Mrs John Thomson were >
daughter ol Mr. and Mr. James rats and hostesses in the dining
R. iWiwll of Hardaway will be room where the bride's table was 1
John Steven Dean son laid with a white embroidered Y '
S STand Mrs John L. Dean ofQulnry l la lace-trimmed linen cloth. The crystal -
Thursday evening June 11 1 i candelabra with white tap-

at 7:30 In the home of Mini Pres- ll llnS en were trimmed with garlands
noll'i maternal grandmother, Mr. or bride's roses, fern and lllles-of-
Steve Dolan at llardaway. the-valley. Crystal dishes of green \

The Rev. Rcneau Domlney, and white mints were placed on $
castor of the Greensboro Baptist each side of the beautiful three
fomrch, will perform the double- tiered wedding cake decorated
ring ceremony In the presence of with a miniature of the brides
the Immediate member of the bouquet. A large pewter Lavabo)

amities. on the wall was filled with maidenhair INSTALLATION OF QUINCY PILOT CLUB OFFICERS was conducted last Friday at a banquet Shown from left to
f fern.Cutting .
Mill prennrtl will have as Mrs. Frank Higgins director, Miss Mae Gregory- director Mrs. Dewey Johnson director, Miss Mabl
of honor her sister Mrs.John the cake were the brlde'launla right are:
matron T Clark. Thomas Whittle! Mrs.. Thomas Y. Bingham, Walters, Secretary. District 4- Installing officer, Miss Allie Ferguson president, Miss Inex Payne- treasurer,
brother-in-law of the groom-to- Mrs. Crelght Lloyd and Mn. Mil. Mr. Varol Lines 1st vice president, Mrs. Allen Cantey- 2nd vice president Miss Lila Dolan- recording seae-

be will serve ai host man. ton Klrkpatrlck. and Mrs. Graham Mc sown- corresponding secretary. Photo by Martin's Studio
Immediately following the ceremony Guests were invited to the side ary
will be held. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. !
a reception porch by Rog.
A 6to en whet refreshments were I Presbyterian Shower For Miss Powell To' Miss Woodward
served Bamboo baskets filled

Outdoor Supper with each daisies side of and the beautifully fern hung: ap-on Circles MeetThe Miss Presnell Be Wed Sunday Honoree at Party

Given for Couple pointed table. The brides maids II
were hostesses and assisting with following Presbyterian dries Miss Lynda Carol Presnell was Miss Maria Powell and RobertH. Mrs. Fred L. Rowan entertamed

:'t,, -L serving: were Jane Gardner, Jean met on June 1: honored with a delightful miscellaneous Can-away will be married at with a swimming party
and the
Miss Vein Mercer Fount May Jr., wedding shower Wednesday 4 o'clock C.S.T. Sunday .afternoon -and picnic Saturday at the S&o
Munroe Beth 1 Mrs.
Alice Logan Cantey, Circle ,
.. whose marrlnRcwill ; lyk y;' when Mrs 7 the Greenwood Country Club. The honoreewas
"y I mot st the home ofMrs. evening, May 27 ; June at wane
event Suber Mary Fletcher Mary Howard chairman,
be of this wl.'I'k were i r Church Greenwood Flor- Miss Judy Woodward bride-
an out. Griffin, Vickie Embry, Eth- Joe Hlgdon at 10 s m. Elev.en Harold Thompson and her daughter i ilk tlst ,
honorees at a delightful Joan entertained elect of this Saturday.
the members and one visitor were Mrs Mahaffey -
el Griffin and Helen GrUfin. daThe
door steak supper Thursday evening Mr. Mrs Fount May was for her at the country home! Rev. Marvin Deese of Red and white cloths were used
Blitch Invited present.
Fred Johnny iIIt'ltlout :
when Mr. and Mrs. the where Bible Moderator and gave the 01 Mrs Thompson Gretna. 'Greenwood will perform the cer centered
Milliard on terrace punch
and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Spencer of
Moos) Month emony.
served. Emphasis of the The living room was beautifully\
Chcunutt entertained for thorn i at ._ was ) Greenwood will be the organistand of summer flowers
R. Shaw Jr., decorated with summer flowers
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covered Mrs.
Circle 2.
DM home of the former. Tables aspunchwere Miss Peggy Plttman, vocal Among the guests were Mn.
the home of Mrs. Cleveland Carnley and Mrs.John
which were plated on the terrace with and chairman, met st soloist R. D. Woodward Jr., Mrs. Herbert
surrounded by colorful flowers, Marriage Vows Are ExchangedBy with garlands of daisies and ivy Mrs. Thomas Cumble. Twelve T. Clark were winners of The bride's attendants will be: Gregory Mrs M. W. Munroe, and
hurricane lamps around the silver punch bowls members and one visitor were prizes In the contests. They presented bride.
were centered by Marcus Pender, matron of honor Mm Walton Hinson, recent
and fruit and Icy. J. W. SuberMary Serving; punch were Mn. Charles present. Bible Study Moderatorwas these to the bride-elc.t. and Miss Judy Pittman, maid of Personal articles were given to
The couplo was presented a Miss Middleton, Vickery, Mrs Henry Vickery and Mrs. Tom Maxwell and General The gifts were presented to MissPresnell honor Miss Georgia Brooks, Miss Miss Woodward and Mrs. Hinaon
silver tray on this occasion. Mn. DeVane Middleton, aunts of Fund Emphasis was presented In an umbrella decorated 1 fell Lawrence, Miss Martha Ann as mementos of the occasion.
Twelve guests enjoyed this niceaffair. the bride. by Mrs Amos Donaliton with bows of satin ribbon with Hamilton and Miss Betty Olive
___ Catherine Middleton, The floor length bell shaped Iklrtwu Four little girls, Lydia Vickery, Circle No. 3. Mrs E. C. Mahaf- ,long streamers. After these were Little Miss Scarlett Bennett will
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William. covered with a panel overskirt Gall Smith, Sarah Stuart Auman fey, chairman, met at the home t opened and admired, the twenty be the flower girl and Master Leaders Entertain
Edward Mlddlrton of Quincy, became that extended Into a chapel and Mary Elizabeth McMillan of Mrs. Mary Foster with ten 'guests" were Invited Into the din.lOa Bryant Pender, ring bearer.
Center the bride of John Weather length train. Her veil was an imported served mints and distributed the (members present Bible Study on : area. The refreshment table Mr. Ormond William Can-away Girl Scouts Here
Insurance Sober, son of Mr. and Mn Brussels lace mantilla. Her Psalms was given by several '
ngton mall bags c' rice. was overlaid with a white linen will serve as his son s beat man.
Morris Suber, also of white' gloves were short and she circle members. The General I' Mrs Richard Gardner Mrs AI
Jefferson Stephen Tropical plants banked the fountain cutwork cloth. A lovely bouquet Ushers will be Tommy Smith,
1121 Saturday May 30 at carried white brides roses and Fund Emphasis was given by Mrs Baretich and Mn Adrian Andes
Quincy at the steps to the magnolia of Shasta daisies enhanced one John R. Johnson, John Frank
entertained their Girl Scout
7:30: p.m. in St Pauls Episcopal llei-of he-valley. decorated porch from which the John Woodward. end of the table and the punch Smith Jr., Bobby Olive and John
weekend Gard.
last the
PAT THOMAS 3iurch. I Miss Susan Vickery Middleton bride threw the bouquet. Circle No. 4, Mrs. Warren Hlg- bowl was on the other end from Robert Powell Jr. Troop at
The Rev. John Bywater performed sister of the bride was maid of Other hostesses were: Mrs. don, chairman, met at the home which Mrs. Cleveland Carnley Following the ceremony a reception ner with home at Lake Talquin.\ 1 Present
INSURANCE. INC. the double ring ceremony. honor and the bride's maids were Steve Edwards, Miss Sada Bos- of Mrs. Billy Muhalfey.( Nine aunt of the bride-to-be poured will be held in the Educational Leaden the hostesses 10 were See.ion
and Scouts.
White roses, Oregon fern and Miss Jane Curry, Miss Martha tick, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mac- members were present. Bible I' mmh. Trays of dainty chicken Building of the church.
candles were used on the altar and Barineau, hiss Marguerite Suber,' Gowan. CoL and Mrs. William Study Moderator was Mrs. E. CLove salad sandwiches, Individual miniature The wedding will be
In the church decoration and the Mn. WIlliam Smith of Quincy Robinson, Mr. and Mn. Edgar and General fund Emphasis bridal cakes and nuts were Mrs Kenneth B. :x.edT2 Mrs. L. A. Jr.
family pews were .!marked withbrides and Miss Holly Bingham of Pana Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Higdon, was given by MI'II] J. A served. ahassee May,
roses and ribbon. ma City. The Junior bride's maid Sr, Mr. and Mrs. JeU Davis, Sr., Smith. Special guests present were All friends and relatives are Hostess To Bridge ClubMrs.
Mrs. E. B Shelter organist: was Sue Bingham also of Panama Mill Sarah May Love, Mn. Mark Circle Nd. S, Mrs. Huston Rogers Mrs:J. R. Pl'l'8nellmother- of the Invited to attend the ceremonyand
clayed the traditional wedding City. Their dresses of street Munroe, Mr. and Mn. Buryl Hlg- chairman met at the home ride-elect Mrs. A. L. Presnell.Sr. the reception. L. A. May, Jr was hostess
marches and soft music before length lemon peel 'de Luna taf- don, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Griffin of Mrs Fred May with nine members ., paternal grandmother end for her bridge club Wednesday
the service. feat accented with a large fabric and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strong present. Mrs. Neff McMillan Mrs. Steve Dolan maternal grandmother Duplicate Bridge ClubIn afternoon at the Jefferson
One Stop Means The bride, who was given In rose at the back of the waist line For the wedding: trip the bride was Bible Moderator. General of the bride elect. House A dessert course was served
Complete Service marriage by her father, wore a'gown were Identical and they wore was wearing a yellow linen suit, Fund Emphasis was given by Tuesday MeetingThe and the winner of high score
matchln.l shoes and white gloves Mrs. R. D. Woodward, Jr. was awarded a personal article.
of white silk peau de sole with white accessories and a corsage bridge club was :
DIAL 627.7151 designed with a gently scoopneckline Their yellow lace chapel veil. of Illieeof-the-vsiley. Circle 8, Mn. Freddie Norduus .'Luncheon GivenBrideelect entertained by Mrs. :George W. HMeharlow It.pnvUION
elbow sleeves and were caught with a spray of yellow After June 10 Mr. and Mn the the
length I chairman, met at Munroe and Mn E. C. Love, who .'..001" RII"V.I
QUINCY (a tlKht fitting bodice embroideredat leaves er'or' they carried nosegay Suber will be at home lit QuIn. home of Miss Alice Sandfordwith For sometimes plays with them. They .:....".."., Hsas .:.,.I.u
; yellow roses "''''I'.TI'\Ij MONK vow
the waistline with seed pearls (y. Mn. Ralph Sanford as co- met Tuesday morning at the home
f The groom's brother, Stephen Among the out of town guests t wstess. Nine members were of Mn. Munroe. Colorful flowers Relish AIIIIr.IU'O"Ij early .r ,.......
Suber, was host man and tile were Carlyle Blakeney and Miss present Bible Moderator was The Jefferson House was the were at points of Interest. Sandwiches rae .. brat w..1r4 for
groomsmen were Harvey Suber Jane Blakeney of Spartanburg S.C M.... Wm. Woodward. Mn Lucllle setting Friday at 1:00 p.m. when I dips cake coffee and till* .... .. k..dl. law w.rl*.
,........ ... ... .
FIVE POPULAR John Hlgdon Hlgdon all visitors R..4. rl l1KI
Gantry Mr. and Mrs Waldo Carrell Donalson presented rln. Tom Bingham, Mn. M. L. Coca Colas were served. Prizes : tilling: ... RADIOTl
o f Qulncy; Alexander Johnson 01 and Mr. Nick Carrell of Pease Circle One gave General FundEmphasis. Kirkpatrtck Mn DeVane Middle- were novelties. HbS ...1. lkn..k ... !.<.
Tallahassee and John McCownof cola; Dr. and Mrs.. W. D. Rogenif ton, Mrs. C. C. Lloyd, Mn Henry Winners were Mn E. C Love ..l ....or. .,... Ink tnllix
Columbia, South Carolina. Chattahoochev; Mr. and Mrs. Vickery, and Mn Charles Vickery and Mrs. Douglass Brooks first ...... ...'.....dl.I.. ........ Will
The brides mother wore a Thomas Y. Bingham, Miss Holey Luncheon For wnored Miss Mary Middietonwith and Mn. George W Munroe and ..t>C .Inlvrfvr....1..'....wllk.. y r yrvo*
Gift street.length delphinium blue chit- Bingham, Miss Sue Bingham, Mr. I her bridesmaids luncheon Douglass Brooks, second. I T. ...111,. ,.. ..... .....
Ion ove. mist tatfets. with curved and Mn. Henry T. Vkkery, Mr. I The hostesses are all aunts of the stases... or ....fNI... cash
MidcHetonI .. .... .
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bodice of hand clipped chantilly Jay Vlckery Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miss honoree. BIRTH I S .,... kern ......1,. C..Nl
1 are, a Florentine neckline and Vickery Robert Vlckery, Charles The dining room was attractively .. ap t. ,,"" ,.... ..' ....... !.
'fly away" cape sleeves. The Vtckery Mill Lydia Vlckery, Mn Magnolias decorated the tablesat decorated in a bridal motif! Mr. and Mn W. R. Olive of ,... .p.r. tl.... T" ....
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crushed cummerbund was tied at J. B. Mashbum, Mrs. Charles the. Jefferson House Saturday with early summer flowers New Orleans, La., announce the I IMaiiM,.., will<...full> *tin fl If'.l nlrM. a.-.
ItemsTO the side In a small butterfuly bow lumphrlcs, Mr. Woodrow Mash at 1.00: when Mn John Thorn. Among the guests were the members birth of a daughter Mary Eliza I 15. Mitt aw..... ..!... f.l.
of the chiffon. She wore matching ,bum, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grant, Ion Miss Sada Bostick. Mrs of the bridal party and the on Wednesday, at the Gadsden1! IT ...llflr. tor lk. accessories and her Gloria of bride' and .......... I..... llirti
cartage was Mrs. Durwood Stokes Miss Norman McMillan, Mrs Bon mothers the groom, County Hospital
,.........Iy. H..l.. U Mtmr
white orchids. Ready, Mn. W. A. Helm, Miss Smith and Mn Allan Bottle Mn. W. E. Middleton and Mn The grandparents are Judge and tr T... W. ....... \-..
The mother of the groom worea Ellen Helm all of Panama Qty: honored Miss Mary Middleton. S. M. &lber.Miss Mrs. Hugh M. Taylor of Qulncy,I ...... SrllUK. ...lIrI.I.. m ...
-- r gown of pink orgunza re-em Mr. and Mrs. Crelght Lloyd and John Saber, members of the wedding and Mr. and Mrs W. R. Olive, ..rt.... mot ...._.,. **....
broidered and appUqued with aI. Mr. and Mrs Milton Kirkpatrick and out of town guest Sr. of Oklahoma CIty Okla. ,.or.. l rTl w V.
party I ..,, writ ,!.... !..!.<.
encon lace. The bodice had small of Lynn Haven; Mr. and Mn. De- with a buffet luncheon. Woodward ,_. ,h... .........
buy now i sleeves and a scoop neckline and Vane Middleton Kirkpatrick Mid. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. D. Lovell and childrenof \t' "MI1\n. .;\'f':8P81111:

for that J i .$3' the skirt was draped at the Iide. dleton and King: Middleton of Guy W. E. Middleton and Mr. and Honored At Tea Tampa will visit her parents. rrM F..1.1'.,.... Rh.II. ..
Her accessories were matching ton Georgia: Mr. and Mn. Conrad Mn S M. Suber, parents of the Mr. and Mn. IL S. McCall next .,... 110 JIll.'...
W > and her corsnge an orchid. Buffinglon of Birmingham bride and aroom.'I: 'l1. week
I gift in Mr. and M.... Middleton gave a Alabama; Mr. and Mn. George Beautiful arrangements of spring .
reception at their home following Warren and George: Jr., Helen lowers decorated the home of
the future r 4 1 Mo Tii'C1"., I tlie ceremony, The driveway wan, and Tommie Warren, Mr. and Dinner Party In. Arthur Klxi-1 Thursday afternoon
lighted with hurricane lamps Mn. Alexander Johnson, Mr. and when Mrs. Pixel, M.... C. R.
,.L4.4 against a hedge of daisies, day Mn Rod Shaw Sr., Mr. and Mn honors Couple Shaw, Jr. and M.... Joe Duys THINK !
lilies and wild hydrangea and Frank Conte and Mrs Spencer were hostesses at a tea honoring
FAMOUS Wm. ROGERS SILVERPLATE Japanese lanterns were strung: Cullen Jr. of Tallahassee; Mr. and One of the lowliest parties of Mm Judy Woodward, bride-elect
among: the moss covered oaks and Mn John McCowan of Columbia the seam was the dinner part of June.
magnolia trees. S. C; Mrs. John Gibson and Mr. evening: by Mr. and Pouring luring the appointed
SLICE 'N Guests were greeted on the and Mn Guy McCowan of given Mrs. S.Friday M. Sober preceding: the hours were Mn. T. W. Cantey and About Your Furs & Woolens
SERVE SET porch by Mr. and Mn. Ben F. !Sneads; Mr. and Mrs. Fred wedding rehearsal of Miss Mary Mrs. M. B. Bates, Jr. Among the
Smith and receiving at the door Graves, Ormond Beach; and Deloy Mlddloton and John Subrr. invited guests were Mrs R. D.
lo tray were M.... Warren Hlgdon and Galney, Brinson, Ga. A white color srtieme wan used Woodward. Jr., Mn Harbert SUMMER IS HERE AND---
and pi.rcedIdeal Mrs. Whit Harris. throughout the home. The dining Gregory, Mn R D Woodward,
_The brides book was kept by table was covered with a beautiful Sr. and Mn M W. Munroe.
for Imported white lace cloth art!
jellrs, siccedeueumb.rs I centered with s lovely mixed arangemrnt Arthur Fixels
SERVICE For BrideelectMrs. of white flowers highlighted Honor
lotuses. by a miniature bride and Son On Birthday

SEPTIC TANK John T. dark enfrrtalnrd groom.: STORE
Preceding dinner, punch was Mr. and Mn Arthur Pixel hon-
-' -, with a era O>la party Saturday
r pit .t Rite. morning. May 30 from 10:00: until nerved on the tenure from a need their son, Arthur with a hamburger .
11:00 In honor of her sister, able which was attractively decorated supper Fnday evening
Miss Lynda Carol Pmnrll whose with white spring flow era. May 29, the occasion being: : Ar-
with tlhonorees thurs 12th
marriage to John Steven Dean Among those present birthday. Following
i will be an event of June 11. were members of the upper, the young: guests enjoyed
: Beautiful arrangrmrnta ol mixed .:wedding party and Mr. and Mrs dancing and playing games.Tally

I summer flowers were at pointsof I W. E. Middleton, parents ol the QUINCY'S OWN

Interest Potato chips with dipsolive. brideelectFather Club Meets
., pickles, melon balls cream
filled date wheels and Cora Colas Bertrand Soucy With Mrs. EmbryMrs.

I a dtl t14, aROUND I. VACUUM CLEANED were served favors were mlnia Visits Brother Here LITTLEFORT
hut InI' )IS. Edwin Embry entertained
I The hottest presented the hnv Father' Bertram Soucy. brother the member of the Tally Bridge
ore* lingerie as a memento of of U C Soucy of the New Ik-b dub Wednesday with a luncheon
1 the omsion. rides and native PHeto Tutlala followed! by bridge. Colorful arrangements KNOXFIREPROOF
627-8403 I II a
TRAY FOOTED TRIVET Twelve mash all classmates have left for Lawrence, M...., of spring: flowers
Insulated and ekes friends were used In the living and dining
diameter, l0' diameter, 6uj4" of the hnnorrvenjoyed following a visit hero Father
I i Nlghw 627-686 this delightful: party. Saucy has s missionary forth rooms. Mrs. C a Gray was
inner ol .
IidI'7" high tear
past yrsrt and the tier DUSTPROOF
I QUINCYVAULT Birth Announcement will study mechanics bee,.

: I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Phillips of Mr. and Mrs. Saucy entertained Mason Music FULLY INSURED
'I with epic house In their honor
CO. Tallahassee announce the birth cIa
daughter born May 2) In the During the evening Mr. TuiaUla COMPANY AAA RATED VAULT
did native knife dance and other
I VAULTS MONUMENTS {1 Tallahassee Memorial Hwpllal. forms a of entertainment ,,'bcfcwere II E. Washington Street *
e I The baby has been named lea CONSTANT TEMPERATURE 60
of the
MAINLINE DRIVE Dtinne. The maternal grandparents the highlights occe"llidle PIANOS ORGANS

\ QUINCY I Pit -her are of _Mr.Qulncy and Mrs. Robert here many friends of the Band Instrumentsand
Soucys called on the interfilingvisitors.
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l')0" removable glass hoar 13% have returned home fat- Ollla MM. Ties We*. Fri.
lowing a weeks visit here with
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; 3 Wonderful selection of popular serving
the crisp cool carefree Mrs. _R & .Hollry." I
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WOMEN'S PAGE Z' '' Oammlllee has discussed \twilled!

? ., dosed doors ways In whlehrtne.KerrMIUs

E''I Act. basis of the Jure- :.
ent stale federal health program,
Persona baa nq Hems ol social nature are urged to call .
ooukl be to induce the
Mra. May S. Richardson at MAin 74503 :It, ., .J( I# M' stales to make mare health care -:

.. available to more people. It to
believed this win have a better
Miss Woodward groom; and Bill Sapp. Bill Potts, IY"'". Place in freeier chance than President Johnson's
Inward Eddligton and John MeMtHsn For canned peaches, use firm,i I c*. 4 r tMAeaW ._ ""'... itI
tor Social tax
tralcrmty brothen of the ripe fruit. Peat out In halve remove I I I proposal Security .
Scott GregoryTo K1OOm. seed. Drop Into mcritam: \ III I .. ', Y' .i ". f: : ( !financing.

Following\ the ceremony the syrup at one Cook two minutes .. \ i'f';, ,
Marry June 6 hedt.'a parents will entertain with to heal through Pack I to hot., '; ..
!. ; r UI'IAns R1P. CANNON:
a recpphnn at their country home ocean Jars. Cover with not syrup I .. .
Green Acres Farm on WoodwardRoad. Seal and for 20 I 'C .W &.
Miss Julia Katherine Woodward pram pints Genrgp II Mahon D., Tea)
and Ilarbnt Scott Gregory minute quarts, U minutes in has nxwed up to the chairmanshipof
All Mends and relatives are
water bath.
the powerful House Anpmprla
mill be married June
Saturday invited to attend the cerer'ony and To make peach preserves! use Items rommltlee following the
Sat T 30 In the First d"t '
: PresbyterianDamnh the reception. J pounds of peaches, peeled and a s a t rtcdlli nf Repress ladve aarene
Qulnry. sliced, 7 cups sugar, 6 cups water I Ouuton 57. of Missouri., The tall.
The Rev. Branson Matnry t peach kernel Bring sugar HENDRIX KINDERGARTEN GRADUATES Front row left to right are: Angi Rabon. Mark Fletcher, Kim Stand. quirt.spoken Texan kmwsi fnr his

will perform the _yo HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS and wafer to bat, add the peaches and, Don Dsenhart Millie Fletcher, Gary McCartr, Mary Franc Kohnke. Lydia Patronls, Bill McMillan Tim Allan even temper, and ability to get

by Nuptial the pianist music will Mm.be Larry presented MoNrtll. and Kernels. Use firm praches. Nancy Batson Fon st Duncan U* Phillips Rabinctte Goodsoa Lisa Spoonw. Second row left to right: Susie Snider alung\ with people had heat brawl

sister oT the bride Organ- Clingstones ex"U'wlIlor making JUdlehoover, Michael Dooner Bill l Story, Terry Skipper Jess Suber, Ben Hodges, Bill Lamar. Ronnie Reed.' of a mihcommilte handling buds

tat will be Mr*, Huston RnKern front preserves.ii dear when Cook lifted until from the Ladon Sirmons, Richard lones, Anne Fryer, jimmy James. Pamela Duys and Lelia Burns are not In plduie but are, for the DcHtse CVpsxtmnit Mtsneral
By !Mnrjorte) 11. firtcorjtHomo years.
and vocalist Mm. W. E. Woodward i
Photo Studio Flower
Uw Photo Shop
01 Tallahassee. s>rup Pack In sterilized contaiiiers -graduates. _ _._. __ ._ _by _
Dentnniitnitkin Agent seal and IS minutes
The bride will be In marriage
given at almmerliig to Tentmsee will Pelmm attmded of the Presbyterian TINt will set HOT IKKT:
HOKIUl PF.UHtS temperature The group a nieetimi pHjnicnts a newrecord.
by SIT lather, Mr. RobertDavidson
Woodward Jr. Her ate ARK: RIPENING: : but water balh. Episcopal to Tallahassee and Qulnryrnday Synod of Fla. : The highest" ivcrivwd by San Aiilimin After sceicVnf.ally .
cnlanli will be: Miss Elizabeth Poaches t relatively new crop For pwfc" pickles use S puniti afternoon. I, sirs. Annette Bernstein Yet each mainly since the tax was coming lulu contact with-a'
Woodward the brlde'i sister, in Florida, are ripening and you peeled paring J pound sugar Notes Mr. and Mrs. W. U kkmtagur 'art. Hntry. returned to their passed was poo.gwi, which wan 1311,000.vn>t power line, Julian.
maid of honor; Mra. William will be teeing more and more of 1 Pint vinegar, I pint water, J Church have as a guest her mother, kttaLan home in New Orleans Sunday.Anvmg Soloist, It, suffered only small
In fiscal
Smith and Miss Susan Woodward them In the market. tablespoon ginger :2 tablespoons ), M.sriague of Mobile Ala 'I the duktmt par1iti..t. paid hums m Sk.ch of lila big hams but
the brute' rioter Qtdnry; Fresh frozen canned, preserved whole cloves, rniklied 4 sticks or front M. Pars Mrs. Kverctt Munror and mother tag tn the Program ol the Arts In .- -- Die mishap knocked out rlectilcall
Miss Lee-wood Bale, Orlando: pickled, or In cobblers, Florida 4 ounces cinnamon. Peel peach Mrs. J. A. McCmnae visited Tallahassee Tuesday were KtmIrtly tIf1JU.(1 l p'wer over large section I of the
MlM Jan Jnhmon Cairo, Ga.; and pt'RdlrllI't' fine fare, home economists es. Drop In mid salt and vinegar I amid the! untimely panting of'talk.vthy Gardrm returning by IWts, Linden Pntan. Nan >'ity; Satanic said be was working
MUM Dee Sting Atlanta. Junior with the Florida Agricultural solution (2 tablnipfnm vinegar 1 "twit prominent Httsens of Quincywlttun Albany, Annie and other (>! rgu -I nit Munroe and Mary Ann Turn at slu witiltc service board suhslalksi -
brideitmnld will be the bride'snicer Extension Service MY. allrai water) InuneOlatety to prvwilt prartlcaBy a sock. one luwns, where dry visited old ere ::; when, steel rod he held

Miss Kathy Woodward, To freeze select wellripenedfruit discoloration. I'M vinegar muses to think how much the fnencts.Mrs., Mr. and Mrs Butt Oftuwer have totlftiH" I the pnwer _11I...__ _
Vnla. and handle carefully In Into preserving kettle with hot mli\1iUial really counts ..... In' G. 1 I. M.Oill has as JlUl'llWI retiinied Mr home In Ailiints
Mr. Ilarbnt Chapman Gregory avow bruMwR. Peel, trim,pit and N'alei. iwU and alum; add spurn. when we trod' to count her sister Mrs W D. Kagnn "'I alter being here to alti-ml the
will tone an his son's best man. slice Into cold 50 per cent syrup (tied In cloth tart Dram peaches ::'PIaby the mmiheni and things' IVdiiHml Ala sail her daughter funeral Groomsmen will be Joe Gregory, containing V4 teaspoon ascorbic well, drop into boiling syrup n the mass, It Is well to remcni ,Miv OlIO Slantonl and two chil','Sr READY MIX
brother of the Victor Ilutler acid for each and cook alxit and miren 01 ... .
groom; quart of syrup one minute, until ;her that God makes things .IIIIUIIII'I"' Mr and Mrs tanler' Richardi ,-
of Havana and David Butler of Pack immediately Into moisture- they can be pierced with s straw ieopli one at a time (uwmtly Mrs N. T. Richard, U a p\- returned from JacksonvilleTuiinlay
Tallahassee, both cousins of the proof 'tatl\'l'Ian<< cover with hut are nut too soft. Remove i 1JII'I.s..1tMt\ outhem. Atlanta CONCRETECONCRETE
: _. __ !._ from fire ,and this puts a Hint: Horsy lloKMlal r : 1\hI'tII'f were called
and park In )arcs and F.ym. population expkt One Mcfall Is a patient last I tiwit due te the death of Mr.
ewer with boiling spiced vinegaror !!don offers m excuse' far count- at Tallahassee Neonatal Hospital Hiilwrtbon's brother Dr. Shalcr
FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE I ( let plump overnight Seal! d tn looints: Is still the .\. Rlchantson. 0J Joe pol '
and pmeess 20 minutes at simmering individual ",. hi the sight Mrs. Dm Diesel and son Trr-
Call Visit In hot water bath. at Cod. I hope that they have 1'1 of Atlanta accompanied by
or I To whip up an easy peach fob- both entered Into His glory. They: \t,.. Darks' Nova,,,, and two Racing FundsIn A luncheon amid business nwt
bier, cut up on* quart of peaches were not my fellow Episcopalian, children will return home today tog et the Rawstxi Women Golfers .
I,and put In a deep pan. Mix 011'IlIUrk but they....."" my fellow Mariana following a visit with her; parents.Mr The Mail will be heat in ine nulihauM at
melted butter with 1 and I will cherish (their memories and Mrs. Joa Suhcr. The 11:10: on mday, June Mh. Them BLOCK .
'JI1alw/ Agenaj near, 1 cup milk, I cupaJ.n mo In the roles In which I came Novsrhs visited relatives It "- Slate E. Green >nthly hirn-h /Is still a feast and
GmptroUcr Ray
throe 1 teaspoons baking to know them, es generous contributors II men Interesting. place AT a
I and 1 toasjmm vanilla Purr to !the life and work of vana.Mr.. and Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell aid Monday rare tract tux fund hungry golfer' even thallium we elm, *
over checks for $,000 being mailed :
peaches and bake 44 minutes their community. A fond farewell spent to weekend hi Sweetwater, ml HI Rose Lny's marvelous saleails. .
( at to you, C D. and John! Perm and went accompanied 'home to each of the tT counties.Green Oakland Concrete '
l hat with aeamlniot' kxImam..' This will be !the last Sunday of by their; son Jerry who Is a student said each county has
our Sunday Church School program at Tennessee Military Acad received S2JO.OOU: free the fund Oil! Thursday, June llth there Product Company'Alta
until the fall. Last Sunday during Hie current fiscal prrloilhloh will, be a Sci4rh fisirsonie niahliplayed
Hospital ReportMay 1 had opportunity to rediscover emy.Mr and Mrs. Charles 5<- ( Is sn tncn-asK of S2I,0H I: In the aftrmnn fillimedby Boettck end C.
yOliAprsi.1 something I already knew. Alter Jr, and two children are visiting over the same primal last rlsnilyear. sufiper In the luMHXiwt aunt JThotDlIOD
lsirn AGENT 28 thru June I all tills Is mcsilry what life Is, hi. moth" and father, Mr. and One more chcik Vl1Ihe'\ awanting of troihli-s| to the winners Pls.. MAI '.'0" -.. :
I isn't liT I proceeded In do what Mrs C U Sowell, The children mailed to Ute coonllcs betiM the nf the recent nub dlll1ll,11111 : ,
Admlssluis: Mrs. Edith Richardson !he Prayer Bonk directs every will visit their randpnrents and 1 new lineal year begins. ship, tournament.
Miss Linda Deanne priest dean periodically do "to 1 uncle and aril Mr. and Mm
Greene, Mrs. Mary Taylor Olive publicly examine the youth of hisKrish Giles Tonto of TsOahasne while Flea beetle problems on
I Mrs. Susan Griffin J. Harold Now what happens toicople Mr. and Mrs. Sowell spend a few
INSURANCEand Thompson Mrs. Bell Dolan Augustus when you put them In a days at lh! brech. '
Chester, 0. H. Brannan. Stoop[: In an oral testing sltualonT Mr. and Mrs. J. C Sechrest :
REAL I Jr.., Mrs. Annie Owen Carlton They all dam up, and no- have returned from Fort Myers shade-grown tobacco ?
ESTATE Smith. Mrs Betty Cone, MI'I.I hasty knows anything to speak of. after visiting/ their son ami
UVetra Armstrong. Mrs. Linda Talk to them one at I time and daughter In law and new grandchild
MAin 7-6262 'i'Ucane Axerton, all of Quincy; they have all the answers. This .\, Sara Ire
I Mrs. Pauline Henson .'r. Allen 1s especially true In the area olrcllmm. Marsha and Arthur Seehrest
15 North Stewart Street :W J>vldson, Jr.. Havana, Chrsler A arid ""iorIo our are visiting, their grandparents
Quincy Carl KiPlnntjer, Chattahooiee church might have thought that Mr and Mra II. L. Morris and ;
(Neat Door to First Federal Saving A Lna Assodstion) | ; AWl ftenndrs. Earner, ML no one In our Sunday Sdxml l knew Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sechrest
Pleasant.; Mr. Wilbur I. Uarnea,' anything at all, from the reluctance They will he Joined on June 11th
Tallahassee; Miss Belinda Carol l with which questions( were hy their" parents Mr. and Mrs srI
Harris, Brians. M 1'10 Henrietta answered, and yd I know better. I lilt' Sechrest who will be here
hi ebl y. Blriuntstm and Henry Hut this tsn't the way It ought to for two weeks
TIMBER. Jadomn. Mills. llosforrt. .he. A person ought Is be. ready Mr. and Mrs. Pat Jsrrard rtDeland
BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs James to boldly and unashamedly nm- visited their sn In-law

Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wendell hire, boy May 26, Mr. teas anything at all thai he knows and daughter, Mr and Mrs
Wisely and *!!?. Wily Robert t 0V|| gtii.Two uhoul Christ and His Church, hut Howard Thtsnas last weekend
Contact Us Before You Sell I May :27. I find myself on occasion but little Mrs. Pat Sutler attended s class

WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES! ---. ._- mops ready than ollats'less. reunion at Converse College In
South Carolina last
Bridge Clubs remember and pllII10 |
present on Ins \l1K'.mlnllIIIIt. weekend t'rum there she acnsn
Florida Forest Products,,.Inc. Attend LuncheopMrs. if our Bishop on June the 14th.imliiy. punted' tot formef roommate, Mrs.In .
,& at ID sjn. A brief anti! Williams I te her bom in
Call Tom Paulk. QuIncy 858-5494 Frank Smith and Mrs nformal coffee heat rmeptlon' will Charlotte North Carolina forirt a

or call or writeP. Joseph Suber were) rohustcsses ala Ulow that service to welcome ",. visit. ,,
beautiful one o'clock luncheon' he Rltthop and recoxnlz these" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones ; r
O. Box :305.) Tallahassee Fla. Ph. 2234669 Thursday when they entertained confirmed Something cute have u their gun* Mrs. Jones'
two Wednesday bridge clubs, at and appropriate lemon tie AitfHran mother Mrs. G. I, UghtfocK of
the home at the former. Mixed DlKiwt, a seawmil Crunch Jacksonville.
spring flowers were at points of msgutlne, by way of I definition Mrs. William tester of St _
interest In the attractive home. I of that who are pl\lillhitllf'f'l: Louis( Missouri the guru thli
Following lunch, three progmslons I'arisrsinners dan who dent week of Mr. and Mrs. C W.
OPEN TO PUBLIC of bridge were enjoyed. Mrs.I mm to church; I rkUuners Thomas, Jr.
Thomas Smith won high score., 'chess who are generous In IWrflnanclal Mrs. Edwin user .has returned
Mrs. Sidney Johnson bingo and I support of th Church; From New Orleans, La., where she
Mrs. llenry Faulk. low They rtoelved Psrlshr ners thorn who enter inderwent surgery
Precision Machine WorkA novelties for prizes.!: fully into the life of the Parish" Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Bronks
During the afternoon Coca and drmnnstrste! meaningfulness spent the weekend la Ualnrsvlllr'
Colas were servedBirthday of tf>fIr membership In that and played In a bridge tfumammt i
Specialty mat Christ whkh Is the thtn.
Party I Mrs. A. D. Sapp has returned
INn s visit with "her daughter and
Mitchell MAy celebrated his 11th .nn-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
birthday with a party Suiurdsy Owrns, of Coma.Mrs. .
HENRY W. GRADY st his bom Artapulgus pona Mitchell Drew and M..
'Highway. The : of boys en I [ R/s>rt Gardner Ml Saturday tolak
joyed playing baseball and other their SUM. Mlli-hrll' and
;t gnmra, followed by lunc"' Mitch Stephen to Camp Mundane in growers report good control
ell's parents, Mr and Mrs. Fern, Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Lester flaw North Carllllna.W .
MACHINE SHOP nail May, assisted him In enter rrtumrd fmm a visit with their Henry Weinberg III returned
taining. set In law and daughter, Mnr rvp even on resistant insectsFlorida
I and Mrs. D. (:. KrmnM and tsmily > Srhwl In Iltmhoghan. Alai
121 West Clark Street Mood .i ITS ExrrHIEAmertcM : In R Sill. Okla. Mrs. IL C Mares end Mrs. J.
antroMuts who go to Mrs. L. M. Und.17 win felt A. MiOirmae were visitors In
Budd Cigar Co. Factory Building ,the moon will lake along SOO.OOO her son In law and dsuftilfr, Dr Mnullrle T siestay. growers have h'po\'tf'IIINJhll'lt l resulU with (lulhlonUMid
suits. The National Aeronautics And Mrs. Fred Butlrr' M TslUuur -I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Beau smut fur control of that Utlo Even strslru !that are resistant, !

and S Administration Ink f.lsy and they will 10 toRlrmlnRhsm throe rhllilren of IVnaatx are to other liMoctk-klMi art 'Wl'IICCIlo"t with luthlon., And
Congress this was the avenge for Uw graduation ofRnr :visiting Mrs. Devil parents, Mr
Phone MAin 7.7137 coil per spare suit Including research Uutlrr! at Mlsn Springs sal Mrs. Robert Jrermnn.Mrs. Juthkm, tuwd M rwornrrwruiod .leaves no harmful reniluos .

and drvekipmcnl. Astronauts Srtvol, which will be an event! R. D. Woodwsrd, Jr. r.. due not tlTuct "te or flavor You can u* Guthlon when
will war "shirt II......." In d rrtdsy nuun. Than they will humid Saturday from Mann, Ga
41 i their rapsul to the moon but the he )ntra>d by antler set David, Acoompanylng( her wore her rwxveanrjr, right up to 0 day of liarvMt. You'll find that
suit will be worn oa Ihs moon Butlrr, who Is a studrnt at Untvrrslry daughter and grand daughter, Outhlon otwU IMSV too.non' .
visit of the South, Rrwanre, Mrs. Larry Mi'NwU end Julia the! rinks of holm In finest
South CsnHlna. Mr run your wrapper ,
MrtMII will arrive Friday In yin UM Guthlon for 1ItI. beetle. Your dealer" stocks _. .
his family and attend the'u..lwaroXjrvgisy '
(Juthlon. oak him rlt.
Rev Bemoan Matnry soil Prod .
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lid visited and reported the d
Too Late lopmrnt of such rommunnMoorehavra

and others, Clewlston, and I ran Ft his s. CONTINUES TILL

To Classify at iss In Fritx her recount report ot In this Tnknowlorida pent, PA N LE S VALUE SPREE

By RuN ell Kay is authentic and wrl JUNE 13TH

eIe have baen so many bookmen ore.GARDENING

|rd to about conceive Florida that that anyone It Values throughout our Store. These are only a sample. Buy now, Save now!

Id find anything new to writ' IN FLORIDABy
t. particularly of a historical

I Iture.I Just. about the time you figure Rinejr Rharpe The Perfect Father's Day Gift!! 1

ut everything that could pus Kdllcir COMPLETE SOFA BED SUITESOFA
lily be written has been ant
iht some farts that you amJrobaMy Florida AaeleuhuralEutenrhm
Urn kw r t
a lot ol other folks didn'tlOW. I V'O .v..f)

Even if you don have ants In
Such a book Is Tnknown: Flor- our pantry you may have them t
a," by Florence Fritz of Ftyell elsewhere Including your
recently released by The I c 1 s t t
Diversity of Miami Press. I So Inspect now. Look for the $ ..
0I'0UihIY enjoyed it, primarily little black Invaders u well anhe e SiP
!cause of my personal knowledge ; big red ones Y r. I *
f[ the subjects discussed, my Often these pests are on omanentals SSFABULOUS
i-rsonal acquaintance with many guarding "slave" Inserts
f! the characters mentioned u.1 I Iiy that are making honeydew'or
experience and activity In promoting their raptors Ants harbor
the area covered, as a ggs of scale Insects, mealybugswhiteflies ii'4gj.:
borer and newspaperman aphids and leafhnppen
n their nest during the winter to
"Unknown Florida" deals with EACH $S Down
be sure of a spring and summersupply
limited area of Southwest
Florida, the Caloosahatrhee re- of sweet excreta. .t-n '
Ant Injury to plants U Indirect- 'h
;ion which encompasses the pres Ants keep the Insect pests at full ., RcclincrOr FREE 5P1KCKLM1
nt counties ol Glades, Hcndry and
(*. and strength ornamentals for dl'ltroyinl'f'III'tablt'l by practicing Swivel e aunt 129 TABLE & SET
I must commend the author for
oft natural
sanitation, fighting .
l' amount of patient
predators and preventing an i RockerS
ch that must have gone Into of Insect parasites.Ants .
piling the data that deals with also Invade lawns. Beside -
i*past 40 or SO years, the check their painful sting, ants make Luxuriously Upholstery Cunhlunlnir
it ot geographical data the percoal clutter an' Scientific Spring Construction 1'UuS-- F '
hills that up
Interviews with hundreds of unsightly S A Cloud Comfort layer ot Foam In the
idem, particularly pioneers otherwise' perfect lawn'AIP'II'IIIIUI'i I scat ot this Sofa Dtd make sitting a e
For outdoor cooled o Hardwood Frame and 'i S
nd the study of all available Inv entomologists ? k r
al Extension Service JAMISON
Quality construction through
'ormation concerning the subjoin
suggest chlordane or dleldrin inwatcrbase .ntw qaw out added ot service, toot
'xind In books, pamphlets and attacking give you years
ocuments here and abroad: I sprays For Decorator colors In Brown, Beige, Turqumse
an ant nest try two tablespoonsof Safe andGold.SIFTING 1rs
Aa we are all aware, Florida chlordane galIon
SO percent per
u no youngster Her history goes of water. Pour the mixture
,tack to the Ice age, to the time Into the nest opening Then soak
':>( the great beasts, the saber tooth lie with water to wash the *
,'liner, the mighty. mammoth, the Insecticide area down to the bottom 'r.
hree-tt, I horse and dlnosauras
: the ant.
hiding place ot queen
'Our phosphate pita authenticate tl
On plants apply a mix
Jheir existence here aa do therings ralo
hire ot a percent
,! of the ancient cypress trees wettable chlordane powder in
'..-'hat' flourished centuries before one gallon of water Do not apply y
.he birth ol QuIt this poison to foliage or fruit EXPANDED
And prior to that Florida was anmderaea
that will be eaten
province u geologic If ants are In the home, discover VINYL
fi formations reveal to us today. In If they are coming from
dealing with this period of Florida
the II'ttI Indoors.
outside or If h
tl of
the author ot "Un
i history sneaking In
For ants that are Soft as L
known Florida" has no more authentic
block their
outside, path
.1 ; from the
knowledge than those o Kid Glove
by blowing a S percent chlordane AM SLEEPING
any other writer but geological dust onto the ants' line of march
evidence Indicates that the Colo<*-
For an indoor application, use
thatches country, along with the 2 percent chlordane or lot percent Choice of 6 "
rest of Florida, had Its share of Vt
chlordane or percent
prehistoric periods development.The covered. In "Un dleldrin in a .non-staining deodor- Exciting Free Delivery nUlum: snui: : OM.YI
bed kerosene.Apnt' Colors
known Florida"to me were that especially those dealing appealed the spray to surfaces lair No Outside "V inmlr a Sprrlul Deal
the nest or where the ants
with the Indian habitation, the This Includes cracks In the floor eta v'n oflYr "
run tNEB'
Invasion and the you
early Spanish and walls, uround water pipes,
early development by pioneerswho electrical outlets, heat ducts w rsdfll,_
cam to establish the flourishing cracks behind moldings, baseboard I'OSIUIU; FOMQUILTED t
communities that now *, windows and door frames
thrive In the area. also around kitchen cupboards, MATTKLSS at thin.
It was my privilege to be a shelves, sinks and bathtubs. Do
member of the Tamtam Trail not apply these oil.base sprays LOW LOW 1',1('(" during \
Blazers who sought to center the
near an open flame. or on asphalt BELLEWOOD. I I
nation attention on a need for a tile, or on grass, trees or trtlh matching plastic loptt Thin Sale
r ross aate highway through the shrubs. .
I 'Glades from Ft Myers to Miami. Fins Fine contemporary bedroom piece for smart
Our link* group ot 23 men, Ineluding Florida homemakers appear to '
homemakers! This handsome bedroom furniture
two Indian guides, pushed the
be 'plagued with more than t+.w
; and fought our way across the'Glades usual infestation. ot fleas Requests represents a special quality value. The rich surfaces "
starting with seven cars .
are pouring asking waysto
are finished in a decorative sable brown
:wo of which we were obliged to get relief from this pest
'save behind as we cut a trail It's very common to get a complaint with long-lasting laminated plastic tops. Here is
:trough the trackless area to who have gotten
from people
value in furniture
an outstanding special you'll
it nosslble to make
trove that was rid of their pets only to find
uch a crossing Our effort resulted that fleas have become more numerous live with and love for years.
in the eventual building of In the house and yard. I to .
he Tamuunl Trail linking the With the pet gone, the flwi Double Drrslrr S I 1
West and East coasts, that ex find themselves with no dIiinatW'.nlmall 17 9
arrlenced road bullden ot the period on which to feed. Therefore Chest and Panel fled C 1
contended was impossible. they begin to aggravate the .
This was In 1923 Prior to that
homeowner. I
This spring ticks are also showing '
up In the lawns of some r
laxness I 1 .r.-
Draggin' The same treatment will kffl
both fleas and ticksIt's a trtpta
approach of treating pets, inside
r the house and the lawn area.
A S percent malathlon or a
Sevtn 9 percent dust are effective 3995e
flea killers on pets. For an indoor Sletplnf/ surface deep quilted tit fItIIMnt
flea-tick control apply a ready- roan liytr, border to.bonIt. (.
prepared malathlon' household or &!spray vln. containing N coil 1III1t,... ..er'IpI1, 11Ift areuf'Mt aopw !lied to too

A sprayer a paint brush, or a support Insulation IIId carbonkg tomtpomenls Ilitan multi earn
pump-type oil ran is excellent for M I&htlt quality tit.
applying Insecticides to cracks In long w 1nI. hasty trash CMf adds lit Meg teach of I/IIIIlt1/
the floors, around baseboards, and mad Nrvkublltty.Strong .
In other dark, protected plait. Cord Turning HiodWt
Be sure to whit spray mats sleep and furniture Use The Patton foam Quilt Got Spring h ipsclinv Mfr' 4 (10 eornpD.
on pets event lilt outsUndinc comfort' fnlufit built tote
malathlon or dladnon inside the I Inn quality "mittrtlt -
home dw.tlw..a Whim. f(* buy, buy lit*.

..O.i..,... For an outdoor attack on pet e DisiCNin' MO tuiu io mciriatio rot BAMUY ITQIU
pests use a par spray attachment
the (me. Spray mixtures
on garden .
After You Set Your Doctor,
Bring Your PmaipiwaTo U..' containing to kill fleas malathlon and ticks.or -' .

As fleas like dry sandy areas Jamison
for breeding, be sure to spray under 1 I Ireaar + a"'
the house, under the tool shed
F. P. May and In the sand bed where you + e-4 fw

Drug Co. park the jalopy. .1

The "Atlas of Florida." a new
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I of Florida Press Is the find
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In a world in Vhich Liberty must be armed to endure, faith must be practiced to be preserved. ,

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Behind theScenes lute surfacing material. Ceramlr! Ink, May 31 at the Cadidcn County
lie on wall was found to tout' !llcwpilal
i from U to I U cent per square Survivor Include his widow
not a year (depending on wtwttir .
Mrr K A. Chrater, Qulnry: one
StokelyCANNED It i a heavyKtuty or lith,..""-
SAVE 7.5/6f EA. STOI Ire Other wall fln-
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; daimhten" Mrs. Fart
Peaches 6 c s 1. New York June 1 Kmlnno- IMP cent* were a yearCeramic found. to cult up to II GondMin. Mr*. J B. Parriah. Mr*.
Jame Weld and Mr* Bob linker
GOODS mm these days an breaming in the" on floor. hether
all of Qulnry Mr. W, H. Allen,
SAVE 4< EACH STOKELY FRUIT C'I't'ftIIinIb' aware that the na- ceramic monk or quarry tile, Mrlroae and 'Mm: John R. Brady -
on'l consumer market U "netting cxwt S3 rent font
W-r quart a
tLL&1 Cocktail. 4c303 51 youngpr' and younger year, compared to a high of 53.3 Hen' TltIl8"two; brother,
S Th U. S. friwui Cheater and Aba Omiter
Burrauut esiti rent tic mlt fkiuring material" .
: ilatera Mr 0.F'
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than thl'
rt right now more ltudy1'1'
SAVE 3< EACH STOKELY ALASKA halt trw popuUfan! II under 29years THINGS TO COME Throwaway .' 'xhepard, Greeiwboro, Mr.
of Whali more, Myub fare Henry Todd, St. Peteraburc Mm.
AlII. : dlivoaabl ihn-li and
Peas 5 NSS1 nvrt feel that by IIH' Ihfo) illlowraie Nellie Duncan Ja<'ksonvllle. and
i 2 CA rayon nun wnvenfabric
ALE ,{ medun ag5 for American will will bt'0I. throwaway Mm Julia Richard, Penaarola,
AVE 6( EACH STOKELY CUT be near 20 That.U, then will tern deHlimnl tor the ronvenlrncef 11 grandchlMren and 11 great
be M many permit under 24 aiover todayi bony hnuiiewlfeBoauty Rnstak hlkll'en'
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.::iRUii? :{ ? 1 the ricnei of thli ")'IlUtht'dnll"Imal'kt't line ot nttk--pnxd dumbbell
.... haw already begun to and barhelli In ttaxiralorrulori
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEL>- 'RICES GOOD THRU JUNE 6TH f.1 Limas 5-1. aim most ot their marketing can.pstgns L .1i'a' aura tewAnlmalixt Fllaahelhlown.. A kindernarten -
at young roniunirra. Spec. Import: balk for new, tea.-her, tiling an extra
tine atlenlint li being given to 'hHk'velinx'd' Jukelmxii that large Hoik expUlnod to her
1 SAVE S.2/3 EACH STOKELY PINEAPPLE he 15-24 age group, which win slow a film ,la ivcnmpaity tilt small atuik-nl tins to tell time
6-01. $4 to reline more rlngt on the cashnitlsler niunlc by nointing out tin- hour, minute
Picnics 3 CANS than any other group, RI::LATIN' PETER: An ".Iu. and KTotxl, when she asked .
Smoked JUice Iixtiwlrlei that are cvperlallyyoiilhorlented try whtia* gixMlh its well ai roni- If there were any queatloii
| STOKELY TOMATO Imlutle: 11".1, petition ha* ihtflod Into high (earairly one little mrl rained her hnnd amianked
1. IIUhll\loll\'t', ronnielin nvonti bas bnn Uw tarnxiliU bunnea : "\\her* are the plttest"pa
Juice 4 sal. and soft drink. Bul with the Inc *. Almuit o\TmlKht searedr'wrrunen --
evllabillty of a yntneet, market.everything have lMtN Into TRIP TO TUB fAIR
r, to picture to supply| ran hi in
V SAVE 1S2/3 EACH VAN CAMP'S from houM apU-| growing number ol driver New York A IJ.year-old boy
1 ames to liuiirancf li gifting the *. llHMgh the ran a\\'av I\-1 his Long Inland
1 la
product the
+ ' 281 Corned Beef 3 CANS 51. In adiUUnn; many liKiumrlet not Mme, the new roniianki| are Worlds 11011111' and spent II day at the
III kk>'nlng UM ruiwumii market' Fair 1 befiir being fniind
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graded beef wear the W-D shield. W-D bee Rg 25< Kroft Pimento, Olive .... .Rntive material I* do- kilowalli, a II a per rent lixrrawover HAULINGTRUCKING
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..., '-," [ At SpringfieldThe THE FULBRIGHT FANTASY : I

.. flY" men of Springfield AM by VanS Neff :
Ly' E. Church Gretna will observe .
their annual day, Sunday, June 7,: iaea;
2 pm. I Mow that the noisy huzzas pulous power into rash, aggressive Actually, the Alliance for
; The prlnoiplat speaker will be and catcalls that greeted Senator action more than the spiritof Progress has done nothing at
,f' Mr Freddie L. Andrews principal -I Fulbrlght's! controveraislspeech "peace at any pries" among all to stop Castro's continuing
.. "' .f > .. I of Springfield Elementary on "Old Myths and New those who might oppose him. campaign of communist subversion
,. & .. .. School Gretna. He also" .Is an out-I Realities" have died down let's And that rash, aggressive so.tion and revolution. Fur
'" Handing member of Palace A.M.I taks a cold, candid look at what Is exactly what could touch thermore, if Castro had been
,"I ,t" 'r.. E. Church, Havana and a leader,, the Senator said and figure out off the whole thing-missiles I I considered only a "Dull.nee"
and civic worker In the how much our foreign policy and all.For back In 1961, there wouldn't be
{ community. mae been hurt by it. check Alliance for Progress to
proof any any
Rev. Witt A.
l" I of Campbell principal Certainly i Senator Fulbrlght textbook. Wars are caused by day. As it is, the Senator's re*
; Stevens Elementary lisa the right to free speech. power-hungry nations who mistakenly marks supplied Congress with
I School. Qulnoy will Introduce Mr. But so do all other Americans, thought they could getaway the excuse it needed to cut oft
Andrews. Rev. Campbell will also Including, say your doctor. with something U.S. funds for the Alliance.
-'l' be In charge of the opening exer Does that mean that it'. perfectly For a man of his position, Unfortunately Senator'
cises. Other participants on program all right for the doctor to Senator Fulbright seems curiously soft-line recommendationsdon't
< j Ij will Include. Deacon C teh'i el'e'rhttb'k Inti- out of touch with the just stop with Cuba. They
Wright opening hymn RevJ. : realities. Castro, he assures us, extend to practically the entire
\. Sweet will offer prayer. The about you? is nothing more than a "nui communist empire, although
TINY TOTS COMMENCEMENT The Tiny Tots Nursery presented their graduation second hymn will be lined by Rev. -MILLIE .. HILUAM9 The answer Is ftO on both sance," and Instead of worrying the Senator doesn't think there
and Spring activities at the Tiny Toll Nursery 'School, May 8, 1964. The program J, D. Minim counts Reason! Professions about him,we should get on Is such an empire. Obviously.

commenced with the audience singing My Country 'TI. of Thee: Scripture the Tanner Chapel A.M.E. Church Local PrincipalIn responsibilities.Senator Fulbrlght has Ms with the Alianta por Progress he cently.hasn't looked at a map re

23rd Psalm and prayer by Juan Carlo. Nelson. Welcome address was given by will furnish music. The Rev. R. professional responsibilities lie also tells us that the Red
I Diplomas were presented by Miss Judy E. Campbell a senior at Ford. pastor of St. John A.M,E. [ FraternityMr. too both to the government he satellites art not joined in on.
Helen Campbell. will read the scripture. :
serves and to the American big monolithic power bloc ruled
left San.
class 10
of the are right:
Florida A4M University. The member graduating Decalogue Rev. J. C Sander, pas- Willie r... Williams, Principal people served by that govern by the Kremlin. Each of then
dra D. Sailor, Tony E. Goldwire, Linda Ford Tony Burke, Gary L. Williams and J. tor of the host church. NorthsWe High School menu Us happens to be a Con- has "the traditional I attributes
The announcements, J W, Ellis initiated pressman of many years'stand of sovereignty." In other
Havana recently Into -
-Carlos Nelson.Dodgers- -. ,_. _ _I Solo Clarence Bryant, member of Phi Delta Kappa. an Internalonary tnt and chairman of the Senate words, he thinks they're free,
the faculty Southslde ElementarySchool Foreign Relations Commit independent nations.
Good Shepherd Summer Rally Chattahoochce. The occason Honorary Fraternity tee. Before he runs around up. Could it be that the Senatordoesn't
RipDonalsonvillo I Professional Men, at Florida A
remember what happened
A. I. Dixon. Layman Antioch setting applecarts by airing his
Set At Arnette Missionary Baptist Church. Solo and M University, Tallahassee. private views in public, he In both Hungary and]
Council MeetsLodge Eugene Ellis, Introduction of thepeaker Membership In the Fraternity aught seriously to consider theconsequences. Last Germany when the people l
I I. highly selective and Individuals But has net Let'stake show of Independenr.and
put up a
Good Shcphardroyally Serlves at Arnette Chapel A.M. Rev.
of W. A.
18 Campbell.
baseball ,
The Qulney Dodgers must be recommended highly in a look at some of the Russian troops and tanks
tram behind the fine pitching: of entertained the Shepherd:: 1 E. Church will commence Friday Speaker Mr. F. U Andrews. Beeelton addition to meeting certain acacmlc things ha said In that speech. cams crashing across the border
Rattteld "Dlno" Ellas defeated the I Council I. at Saint John Primitive evening, 7:30: p.m. with Love choir. Offctory A. House, requirements. Mr. Williams About world affairs, he as a bloody reminder ofwho
Donaldionvllle Crayi 121. Baptist Church, Midway rec nly.1 'east. AU class leaders and members Baker E. Ellis, A. Holloman. 1. also an active member of stated that there Is little rsason the boss still was?
Elias fame In the relief of J. The meeting was conducted by are urged to attend. I., R- Evans. Acknowledgements, several fraternal organizations on to believe "that we can either What about Red China and
B. Hamilton, who had pitch one. the Mont Worthy Shepherd, W. D. Superintendents: Besiye Alexander Fred Hauls. A and M Campus as well as Into win the cold war or end it immediately its campaign to take over, little
and oll .thlrd Inning, giving up mislead. and Joseph Long S., inquest The finance committee which Is community. Among these are or completely." Two by little, its section ef the
exercise that teachers and composed of the following: sentences later, he emphasised world. Was the Senator willing*
one run. Ellai completed the game The opening was conducted pupils observe >>- Gamma Mu Lambda Chapter,
; harris, J. W. Ellis, Moses GUI- "how little It t Is within our to soft-pedal this, toot He washHe
by striking our 12 allowing only i by Chaplin W. R. Byrd, Sunday opening, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.,
base welcome in behalf of 930: am.The lam, J. B. Smith Willie Thompson power to change" the course of spoke soothingly of the possibility
three bits and no on balll.1 followed by Florida A and M., Master Mason, tvents. He then warned grimly of normal relations be
The Dodgers really ,, the entertaining I lodge by Shepherd morning worship service Comellous Harris, C. Jones, Silver Star Lodge No. 61 Quincy that any really effective block- tween Washington snd Peking.
into the ninth Inning they Herbert Davis. Acceptancewas will commence st U The R.: Griffin George Goodson and G.
going a m. and The American Woodmen, ads of Cuba would be"extrava- What makes this especially
lead small margin, 2-1 given by the Most Worthy Rev. A. IL Hunter will be in W. Ellis. They urges the financial Camp No. 73, Qulnry. He Is also anti) dangerous" and could frightening Is that FuU
Tom ho:1: Dodger catchergot Shepherd D. V Armstead The charge, Ho will be assisted by upport of members and friends very active In deliglous activities (explode into nuclear war." bright speech \hi,. re*
a ilngle afterward the Dodgers : tage was set for the business levercnds W. A. Campbell, PaulIne of SprIngfield! An Invitation II of the community. He is married It's hard to Interpret these and hope it will check the garded, both here and abroad
showed their power tending session, A report of taxes form McMillion and Carrie Jackson. extended to the public to attend. to Mrs. Thereatha E. Williams, itatements as anything else buts spread of communism in Latin as an official statement U.S.
J 16 men to the plate earring ten lodges of the order amount to I Holy Communion will be given 1 and is the father of two lovely direct invitation to defeatism, America. policy. In this day of managednews ]
runs.. J1I673. at the close of the morning and Fashion Parade daughters, Debra Renee' and fear and inaction. What they odd NulsanceT word for That a Red seems Fsnatla an a "planned, could it leak".In be that this other was

Allen "Bo 13" Dlxlon, Buddy A. I. Dixie Chairman of the en- evening services 1 Deldre Colette Williams, who. reside add'tUSo to la thlst "We really who has shipped millions of words, deliberately intended to
Johnson, Howard Head, C. Craw- ertalnlng committee reported that, Mrs. Mamie Love will entertain! Held At BethelBethel I at 802 perimont Station anything about what's tons of arms throughout feel out public reaction to a f u*
lord and Alto Anderson, all con- Wl.75 had l been received.The members and Breads ot Stewardess I toad, Quill<') Florida. Congratu. happening to us and the rest of Latin :n teJ'u also, to tare soft-line policy; toward
tributed In the Dodgers uprising auditing committee reported Board 3.t home' 4 p.m. Baptist Church at Oiataloochee attons to our PrlnclptaU the world, so why bother tryIng. Africa, for purposes. of revolu .communism Both President
Uixlon 3 for 5, Johnson 3 fur 6, the financial standing of the Mn. Illldrcd Rolax, Is chairmanof was the scene of a fashion The North ltle High School Belldellf offend we ever' did try and, tion. Johnson and Secretory of State
with two RBI. Crawford 3 for 6, order which is JC5.11818. Observations the board.Stewardess. parade Friday, May 29, at 8p.m. Faculty and Student Body. get we might hurt Better somebody just look the And what about Castro notorious Punk hIVe denied that it Is of.
and Manager Anderson J for 3. were made by James board one will meetat The monies raised went to other and hope that things school for communist ficial policy. But it takes more
Held General Alfred smith substituted Muss and others.A the home of Mrs. Cerldlne Florida Memorial College at St aren't way as bad as they seem" agents, where thousands of terrorists than a denial to erase the mis

freely, using three pinch discussion on attendance of Thompson, 4 p.m. Mrs. H. L. Augustine, Florida. The fashion Miss. Society This viewpoint Is not only Irresponsible and revolutionarieshave their basic conceptions created.have The. dam
already got already been
hitters, members regular as possible to Jackson, chairman In change parade was sponsored by Mrs, A. and foollnh. It's age may
training? done, and once again we have
The pitching of Rayfleld "Dino"EtIa..arned qualify!! fur sick bl'nllita. Joseph Long Jr., president of R. Rogers. Meeting Set downright dan roul. The moment And look at what happenedIn presented to the world the image .
the A.C.
of E.
him the player League urges all mem The fashions ranged from our beluvt we're
every ttttmiti
The meeting adjumed and was Panama. A recent news of a nation unwilling or lit.capable *
the day award. hers to attend 5 pm. Sunday. day shifts to evening attire. The Elizabeth Missionary Baptist gnwitliwg f tt .e-.Uh Panama's
served dinner by the host lodge. ,, photo of presidentand of facing up to realities
All roadi lead to Balnbrldge Ga The time and place committee 'l'jna: ': Annual Spring ::: models for the event were: Misses Church Missionary Society will 1krongk dt/ratitm ei fear efsscteof his top aides shows one of and motivated by tear and defeatism.
where the Dodxers will meet the rtcd that Lodge No. 10 will entertain the second rD1w in Thawanna Barker, Carolyn F. entertain the City Wide MissiOnary conflict-will t. Cite them actually giving the Soviet .
strong Balnbrtdg Red Capi. rn.. session of the Juno Members of both adult and 'illlami, Gall Jackson, Connie Union, Tuesday evening, June ttmt token an all-out attack will salute.Is Ths fact remains thst vacillation
Game lime I pm. the next Junior are divided into 10 rulbes, Quartcrman, lAnai Wesley Eline 9, 7.30 pm. A lively program an ti most profit.bls. this Just a "nuisance," Is no substitute for.a real
The Dodgers will slio motor to council. lIne quoto la $30.00 a club. All Jones, Margie Peterson, open discussion on familiar Bible Nothing provokes an unscru Senator Fulbrlghtt foreign policy.IT'S .
Pelhnm, Ga. where they will members are asked lo cooperate. Pamela Lyons. Deborah A. MeI Topics will be Included in the pro
meet the strong Pelham team. Saint James Sunday school board 'meets, I lAin, Joyce Quarterman., Betty gram. Several new missionary
Standings! : 7 wins and 2 low re- Monday, 6:30: p.m. Ttflcial board It Jackson, Betty J. Martin, Belinda nits. have Joined since our last LECTURESHIP ESTABLISHED
eordr Church News meets Tuesday, T.30: p.m. Prayer Jackson, Harriet Williams, regular meeting was held. The 1 1Dy
meeting, Wednesday, 6-39 and Cynthia Williams. Two young men Complete list of missionary sod-
Mt. Zion PB Members of St. James AME, ,'It enlor choir rehearsal, Thursday, were also participants: Utile Mr. ely Includes: Elizabeth Mission- Midwest Businessman Fights/ UP TO YOU
("hurth are urged to attend Love 1 p.m. Keith Dale Sutton and Mr. Flet- ary Baptist: Mt Zion C. M. E.,
taut service which will convene elmer Jackson Jr. Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist, St. :
Church Calendar Friday evening, 7 pm.Superlotcndcpt Hawks Yield The narrator for the fashion Mary C. M. E., Mt. Pleasent, Antnth For International Goodwill Howard E. K nerLf/.D.

Mt. Zion Primitive% Baptist Junior : rpwcll E Wooii-- _... ... parade was Miss Dolores Mash- Missionary A. M. E.:Baptist: and, Beftulah TannerChapel WBTirCXNTON OlIIcX'tsineaoman from
trac'hrnInd ,
will observe there anniversary IIt'rry'f"CIUl'lt that all bum, a junior Speech and Drama
choir Reuther Is calling I
To Gretna.
beginning Friday eveningat pupils of (lie Sunday School Sylvester major at Florida A and M Unl- Hill Missionary Baptist the Midwest an area classified by moat of the world WALTER 68 percent Increase
observe the hour, 9:45: a, This affair was enjoyed The society is rendering splrtual leaders the stronghold of U. S. i IsolationIsm is fighting .
8 pm. Light: choirs from the opening Havana went down In one of the erslty- inspiration and financial support aa la the minimum wage law-from
county will blend their musical m. lie aim desires that each pupil biggest upsets In the Ga-Kla. by everyone attendinK.Counselor to those In need. The public is invited a continuing battle for international understanding.The tl SS an hour to
talents to bring you the best ingospel come prepared to make a contribution Negro baseball league's history to attend.Antioch. latest contribution by U.00 an hour.
songs. On Saturday night to the discussion" ot' the when they were defeated by a To II. W. Hoover, Jr. presidentand Senator Do..
J at 730: p.m. Eight choirs from \ \. score of IM by Sylvester. SyU ctairmaa ,f'lths Hoover (las, the formereconomlntwroie
Leon and Cadsden Counties willparticipate The momln worship service vester a new C'OIIIf1'&o the league Institute Church Company la North Canton. Is
on the program. If you will conmenre at 11 a,m. with the scored on Havana In all Innings Attend his support ef a lecturefellowship a scholarly book
enjoy singing at Us best be present Rev. A. R. McCloekton, pastor in except Innings number four Mrs. Eva Sims Butler Counse- Lists CalendarThe : fund to promote better many yean ago
at Mt Zion Primitive Church charge. lie will be assisted by Rev and five. The poor showing by the or at Carter Parramore High understanding between the peo- pointing-out that
i'rlrtny and Saturday nights. Gary Edwards, minister In charge current champions made theGeorgians School, has been accepted u one senior missionary society pie of Britain and the United 1 per cent In-
The youth of Mt Zion will present of the youth church. look like a major league of the thirty enrollees for study will be entertained by Mrs. Lizzie States.hoover. has stressed continually rreaselnlhecostof
youth morning Sunday beginning The senior choir aiyl usher team against a sand lot team. In an advanced counseling and Wood Thursday, 7:30 pm. Members that businessmen have unparalleled labor leads
with Sunday School All Stewardess board Havana Used two In and friends are urged to to a 4 per cent
board lolne and pitchers Guidance Institute under the authority I opportunity to "sell"America decline In the
teachers will be visitors from 4 will serve at both morning and unday's game, Jerry Hall and of the National Defense attend. abroad and insists that demand for
other churches of the city. evening services. Richard Williams. Hall gave up 6 Education Act of 1958.! The Initi- Official board will meet Friday elimination of anti-American labor. It that Dr.Ktnhmrr
At 11 ann Miss Gloria Gibson Weekly prayer meeting will beheld runs during his three Inning and :ute will be /held at South Carolina evening 7.30: p.m. with Rev N. feeling will do much toward ratio held. Mr.
will be the speaker. She will be Thursday evening, II p.m. Williams gave up 12 run during 'Stale College, from June 15 July lowers, pastor In charge helping the free world in its Reuther propose Increase lit
accompalned 'by Phllldlphla: I Primitive Official board will meet Monday hil six Innings. :23, 1964. This will be the second Saturday, 10 a.m' the Sunshine fight against communism the minimum wage was applicable. .
Baptist Junior choir ot Tallahassee. -June .. 7 p.m. All officers and Doter Jones better known to time that Mrs Butler has had an Band will meet In the basementof Hoover has pledged 1,00 .
Appearing on program: heads of auxlllrles are requested his fans as ScolUe hit Havana's opportunity to participate In suchan the church, with Mrs. Ethel pounds) sterling (12,800) an- Of course the dun-ease could
also\ are some of the most to attend. only homerun. The ball traveled Institute Her first experience Stokes, directress In charge. lastly for the seal lives not be more than 100 per cent
standing young people of the (OUI'I Parents are reminded that on 3bi ft. over left center before fating was at Atlanta University for six Superintendent Parthcll Galney years te further fdaratlunal this philosophy but If Mr. Reuther'e proposal la
la the area
Come and you will enjoy the second Sunday' 'In June, bupt In a near by corn field. weeks In I0. announces that Sunday School the Arthur H. Klllot accepted It would certainly destroy
youth at It. best. Ism of Infants will be :held. Havana travels to Montloello Mrs. Butler received her MS. will commence 9:40: ( am. All through clure-Kellow.hie I. Bnl- a large number of jobs.
At one pm. sll members are I The Pulpit Aid Board will be Sunday June 7th to try and regain degree from FAMU In 1958. Her teachers and pupils are asked to Ish-Amerkse Eroomi It.. B.1f. Hoover. Jr. Moreover If large numbers eftniklllftd
asked to meet at the church toWn entertained by Mrs. Irene Bell at heir winning stuck After drop- adviser was Dr. A. A. Abraham, report at their respective posit- latlose sad Edotatlos for workers are gIves 12.00
In a motorcade to Madison homo Sunday. June 7, 3:30 p.m.Mrs. log two games In a row. We are Director of the Test Service Bur orts. Bnniaens Leadership.The 1 Those lecturefellowshipsenable per hoar, skilled workers will demand .
Kit. The church. and pastor are Eva Stephens, president miming all fans to go to Montlccllo eau. The morning worship service lectureship has been set respected American educators and get corresponding lacreases.
on. program for the Installation will commence at 11 a.m. with the late ArthurH. That will drive prices
urges members and friends to att Sunday with the team. up In honor of the to present the America
service for Rev. Handsome llerrWednesday end trv. N. Bowers in charge. The Elliot by BritishAmerlcanAssociates story and likewise for blither with further losses to our.
_. ._ David McNealIs senior choir and usher board will an independent, n'l learn more about already dwindling forelga markets
evening at I p.m. -Thanks- E. O. Barkley, Jr. serve at both morning and evening non-profit organization devoted Britain from their scholars. and will cause a further Influx
Junior choir rehearsal. Card of [ Promoted services. Holy Communionwill to the furtherance of "I frankly hope that they will of foreign goods resulting
Thursday night weekly prayer The family of the late Mrs. : Finishes Course be given at the clone of the American relations as of .Xnt Influence men engaged In International still more unemployment.
meeting beginning:: at 130.: All Rosa Wright wishes to thank 7th Infantry Dlv., KOREA morning and evening message. Importance for the future peace business to put more When the electrical workers
members are asked to attend everyone for kindness shown to (AIITNO Pvt Earnest 0. Bark- (AHTNO David McNeal. 25.: The Junior Missionary Societywill and prosperity of the world." 'salesmanship sine Into sellingour St.hour work week and
__ them during the departure ot our try Jr., whose. parents live In whose wife Delo...... lives at meet 5 p.m. at the church Elliot. who died in IP A2. was country everywhere they secured a of nearly 15.00 aa
a rate
mother. We want to give special Gretna, his 1104 N. dId St. Philadelphia was urged" to attend. a director of Hoover Limited travel."When. wage
Louisville, Ky. The Highway completed an eight All members are hour In July IMS. It was expected
boPllrtml'nt use more than thanks to Mrs Rcna Mae Lawson, week advanced Infantry course at promoted to specialist four, May I Evening worship will commence In Perivale.chairman England.ef the Hoover BritIsh the world we thst ksre all' we proved seek U 1 la that a treat many new
1,000,000 pounds of glass on the Mrs. Remiss Cox. he U. S. Army Training Centerr'ort 11, In Korea where he Is serving at 6:30 p.rn.Wt'fkly serves as Although I spending Mol_ and Idealocy I* te jobs would be available. for electricians.
I highways to make them safer. The Again we extend thanks to all. Cordon, Ga, May 28. Bark: with the 1th Infantry Division. prayer service will beheld I company.more than half sis life compete fairly ). a peaceful Expectations In that respect
glass will be ground smaller than Let us pray to God from whom all try received InstructIon In small Specialist McNeal. a mechanicIn : Tuesday 7.30:: p.m- abroad, Elliot remained American world. war MiHlea of Ister. have. not been realised and
sugar and used to stripe the roads blessings flow. unit tactics and In firing sun Headquarters Troop, 3d Reconnaissance to the core and was a atioaal andVnUndinf will now' there la talk ot alto.. downla
It will glitter at night to make Signed Mrs. LUlle Mae Stephens modern weapons as the M.14 rifle Squadron of the Pirates Win In staunch proponent of peopletopople eceossplithed," Hoover construction based on exceeslve -
driving safer. The mixture 6 and fumlly. and MIlD machlnegun. Barkley divisions 10th Cavalry, entered understanding being stld. _u.
founds ol glass to each gallon II a 1961 graduate of Carter the Army In September 1963 and the key to avoidance of International Hoover travels extensively Already there la talk of return-
t>t paint will be no threat to A b t'rr; II usually poor com airamore. High School QulncyMa. received basic training at Fort Saturday GameThe tensions.Tke and does business la more than IDS to the Si-hour work week and

fares. pany.,_ __ .. and attended Florida A and Gordon Ga. lie arrived overseas world' very errioemlysteeds 100 _nm... He constantly a pay scale of IS (0 per hoar.
-- --- :>l University Tallahassee. The, in May 19bXMcNeal Quinry "Combiners" Pirates mere Arthur Klltols,* seeks to exchange Ideas with Thai would certainly promote
0-year old soldier was employee' son of Mrs. Mary Mo met and defeated Mt Plesant\ Heaver. said. Briltafc.Amri- the businessmen he contacts. construction activity. Men most
by Florida State Hospital before Nest. Route 3, QuI1l<')'. Fla., all baseball team 1-, in their annual ran Aworialee I Uttarnhii.fellowikisj Coolness very shortly turns leant sot lo price thessMlves eeL
School Memorial Day game. eregrseis offer. U warmth when our true objectives 01 the market and that the way to
ended friendship Qulnry
entering Army The game hunored the late I esrrllrel masse te developUem. are captained Hoover. create more Jobe la to Mil more
President John F. Kennedy sponsored I ..,.. of their services. It kulldlsg costs
Blair Rites Hospital Report of the national known were towered there would be
more building sad more Jobs. A
cal Flttness Program.
Held Admissions May 2t through also honored Willie c. J'hywI-I I Il' nun who earns Si N aa hoar cannot
SundayFuneral June 1 (Dates Inclusive) Citizen and all Memorial .. TIKE A DIAMOND TN: THE SKY nell nock 0( hIs predict to a
services tar Mr, Samuel LillIan Banks Dorothy Williams by being dedicated to man who earns enly lilt aakoer.
Blair was conducted from St. Ollle Mae Jackson Jessie Brown w.... One may be seI0sk sad sneee .
Hebron AM.E. Church. Sunday, Morels Niels. Annie Ruth Smith. I Willie Trotman. old reliable and .d In getting Isle wage scale
a pox May 31. He died In Miami Ora Jean Miller. StatUe Pearl winning pitcher started for the npped enly to find last he flu
earlier during the week following Mathews' Dorothy Ann Foreman, I Pirates but was taken out for a destroyed file job.

an extended Illness. The deceased Edgar Grant, Arthur Thomas WIle !pinch hitter In the seventh imine.I .r goosed jr.rwr>. Cevnmlerwe,
Is a native of Gadsdea I Robinson Vera Mae Singleton.Cuasie I He was replaced by WinstonBig >' d ," f..., Few fere Se,V. T. .
County bad lived In Miami tot Martin, Rufus Peoples. Killer"I Estelle. '
$100.00 JACKPOTAT several yvar but frequently vlsied -Sam Collins Qulnry Robert Lewis I The defensive outstanding players ; '. :,
with family. and friends In 1 McMlllon Lance Lewis Chart: includes IL Robinson : .
(JulncyHe Isebelle BId Bristol; Tom WIllie Thomas, and J. Mown. ft.1 \ "1: ; .
was well known Ia Dade WIlliams Attapulgua, Ga Catherine honors went to W. Good. J. f : .: .M
County where he made contacts: Taylor. Cairo Ga OUle Mae and Marion Stevens. Manager -1.1' ;. J .' tll

while being employed as a card- Johnson Midway. Bryant replied after the J. I' :.." ,:... .
BIRTHS "We had a Job M do ant We .
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS neroTbt Rev. B. W, Roberts, Si.. Joe Frank. and. Mattie Pearl It" The Pirates are schedule C.I \, .e' : ..
the which Mathews Girt May 9. Chattahoorhee.
delivered eulogy was take on '\ sa.w.
preceded by a short program. day and Greensboro Sunday. 'I""i'i' .' .
The survivors are; Rev. Anthony Colston.DanaMn. 1 and 2:30 p mrespertivcty.; Re Awake thou thai eleepestEph.

Blair brother Mrs. Marie Blair. Etta Jean Caisson Qulnryannminree freshmenu wilt be IIftWd.Appreciation. I -( 1:14).
Mother MrsSopia Cblcmaa and the engagement of her The best way to avoid ret
5 BONUS WINNERS Miss Alberta BlaIr. sisttrs.Intetment I daughter. Carolyn Virginia to ting late ...tlla ear lalakmr
was held la the St Nathaniel Samuel Davis, grandson Charles Sutoe. a member" of wI I Itnduat and from 'alUlIlDto routine
REGISTER AT Hebron Cemetery. SunmsJavksonrunrrsl of Mr and Mrs. John Davis. ctase. 1964. Cart MPamunore. I ,
Home in charge. ways doing thing Is to be
Tampa Florida. Mia Cob** Is wishes to thank members .
also the itoatbMeM. off a e-tee STUM of slowS beisi blued Me tot spiritually awake to the joys
daughter of Chief Samuel and the !
ci Ms family many
JITNEY JUNGLE WORKERS NEEDEDThere \II'. Colston, stationed at Brlthceda !friend for the many useful I\fb|I Into wr lo for. pert of M,.chelsea M 'S ..we Gat.wa.s PMMSM, Ar k**.will dow i rise I.tJe.... aid woidtrs ef life. These

.Is a need tot agricultural\ Maryland. The weddhx will. an five him saisal graduation. feet ceojrirwrtioe_U met) ie.161.....Looie., thsa Wa...rfee M. ._et. ,, hew se-. joys sad weaken are fed lay
BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY workers preferably high school event of June St 1M. Special thanks to the Edmttanal|, plied Sttil year IU |....iaf orfam win W ....... for M..1ooo. the laugiaaboa. the Cod faculty ..
graduates (bowl to be employed Ommlttrcs Antioch Missionary A rt II"" oWr. *** la MaisibM. eW other '". of seeders eioeteky U es that Mis at the
6:30 P.M. SATURDAY! by a sugar cane efinary, near tact the office of the AgrirumiralEKtmsmt Bapttal Church lor Ih-r frit Mr. lote Less Soansms ae eerforiai; Inbole te pteaetf e he pushed erdiaary la aa
Belle Glades. tVnda. Those de-, Service. Ill S. Masse Stakre 'to the of .etuu4LahaAl..eiet$1i pI eitraordiaarrI
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sating more tofonnauoa may cos, SL, Qulncy tmmedlately. Stakes. S. I

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MALE CI.ARENl'E RWARU JOHN. Judia, Oadid.n Emory ....
627 7431. it County, Florida
Silos Sarrlco WIN doBMd lit. of said ('ounIT la .-,"h.... No. boll which she :
HELP W tha County Jud.. of tmrt..
In rat x...,. 04
lnl. .
dew manly, riirlla .> his of- (
Sewerage Plant Ntw Moon VarUtt. tire la the eonrt houao of Hid Ilasosmi play nlltl

Traln.e. I Cardnar Coneor Stowart. I Otunty al Quinn. riorlda wliti-(To All Crdttora and l.raonallnvin Numbof

Hith School Nice clam Vied Trallara In lima an of ealM4u the fiat> monlhi puhllratlun from the..fIhla I.laJn ..r Ii.."andi aiialy won

II to 44 BUSINESS I' and !0' Wide ""lIro. Two mpl.a n{ ..ih Au.t l.u and Sold....... rtotajaI "t y..5. t .n Oro for key
claim or domand ahall b. In writing I by noliri.4 and Th Wary
Apply In AHMOUNCIMIHTSTV W* ...d. for furniture ., and .lull atat* tins Pl... ..f 1 n.nt any claim roqulr'sod ..Id'''.*pro.d.

CITY UTILITY I anything of talua ...Id...* and Snot attics addressof ,,likh y,,.. or aith.r of you r ir
the claimant and shall laworn hava avalnit lha **Isla of JOHN 11
North Adams
W* HIT 1001 SEAL lo by lha claimant haiont AHIIIJCY : lot. of
II :: : 'I"dl"
ar attornvy and anoonpuil "- ''ld t'ouniy, tntyjiita.. I
I SERVICE U S.O H mlla want ofTllquln "4 by a flllnir I fM ot ana rf ...,1..... inuaty, Fl..rlla, ali
I III dollar and luck oUlm I or demand i e.,5, .,ffl. .
In she rs k''' if ton
..,.," A Roan All ..*.. Inn. not an tiled shall ka void. .Id ,'uunt ( I- n... .
at gull y t 1",101.,
-- -
M,... *-4o* R Clyda Jnhn.on within -II
all ralaniUr
month fiimtht
TillihiiMo. Florida LltlMNi Bank and Trait Co. Irma uf IIi first MlMOIItt" OP JOHN P.
publkMlia KINNIOT Mr, Jiequrlln
II MACK'S RADIO k ..f thli ........ .. Kennedy
Kny Two
: ; 011 IN of k .
I tails of aadnoa In New
InUmUo1 1112 Wait Tannaate C. Davis l I' PNildonl lilin ir demand hall ba In writ pangs York tl mumornhllll of her

TV SERVICE A..rrulon. of..t". last Will Inn, and hull stoma lha "I... of lain husband |u on display. Mr*. Kennedy told th* plow thai

For M...,... I. .-- Phone HI.ISM and r>URWA To.t I mont> JOHNSON f CI.\HBNLH 4Ma: .ri.ldi. and pot otftca add.... "Hi photographs are Ih. hirdtit to look It, and tha Inauf urladdrra

I adI I if Ih. euimant. and shall b. m hi.* own ""IUar.A' bottom, th* Isis ......Idl'lll..
sworn la by hi .l.lm.... til.
., R.nUl i I,Or JlnH". pnktlnMlon May II Mil rant or .lto,.., and a.wont raking ehalr U itudlad by his broths Attortwy a.oaril Rob

I gulncy iorr. Vlnrlda and Towlaa I..nlld by a film* r.. of ono ort Kennedy The Hrrni will vntuly) b* plural en parm. wr5
I't. lUr md aiirh rl.lm ....
Local WELL DRILLINGfulurlng Altorn.ya for KiMvtora and not M fund ihnll h.or void nml inhibit It th* Kannady murlal Library In C niurUl.*.,

!I-- VK ..., shin ..f Ii. I.... M "I
Call MAin Compl 1. Nolloa la barony alv.a that mho ,,,4 'I I..lancnl "f J"UN 11.1
Line of Darning Pumpi lot Hard of Adjumnaai pnld.d, I, AMII'I:V do,maul i iFlrol

S.f.,. Jua. Horn Irrigation.. for by Nartlun II.It af th. I',H). |inhllrlI':i Jtn-: 5. lOSS I IIAHHM
1"I ; I Ief '.II AMI 1INItAtlo" ; h
(Orrtlninc.. (117 at Oil ,.,.
TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE Florida, will hold a puhlla k.ar. ..) I.., I'.u" ,It
InC at r 1.30 gowk. IM.. )110.- "_..._4_. tl. I. II
CO. day. Jun. ISIS lilt. al tea l-ub- -----; TO rHHIXTItluT I
SERVICE lit Sat.CXflc.. or Statues at
Help I I 1421 South Monroe SLTillihaiu Corm.of Maillunn and t'lswfoMSirens Ih.rUllllUA iviiri OTATUTKMIn of Ito c 'III"I"I'I,71rlll I I roar

*. Florida In : lily of Quinn' nnI J..d|.. O. ...... I...'inIT. K...
I lba appal) Ith'k NNSy [rnmti. Ida. In ProlMi*. N*. nil
122.1107 101 d''I.1 of 11.. Rending In.100.1r It" r. Futal: ..t
at tI.. I'll' at u limy d.. ADA I. waINIIiCAO.;
nylaahi* application for itormlito :

044 a.. nuoii aarport lo N.rNldrur. > To All ("rid....... and b
it Sol II <'Ix.lmit llavlnc iUlni. or r-.J
MEN or FUrurt Claclrkcl siren for ill raao* that such Abbot Said lOtalalYou
I '..Id..... la a annronnlnc and rub of ,.. MIIIMrf fACTOt-VUItorl Mth '

-- uppllai Pipe and TWinge building and bnanaa of. lark of by ....)".4 and r Amorkin MiMoum of Mali
ufflcl.nl ld.,. ....
Wator Haalan. TUa Board. .p soot any rlalma and d.manda lira) Illatory. Now York Swu
orRETIRED This link day nf Mir. 1M4 whlok yo.. or ....., of pal, mar
.tlle (ITT or gu.scr II. WRlNHKHf, <|*FMI* |, I... af +. whirl rprat a dootyrr
esTIM FIX I.".., sold "ounir, \a Ika C,,,inly J. .
GIVEN Pus Cootnltonlrol r T By W, k R.iaj .r t........* ('nulll,. ,.1.0<1..., al
Or Van R. rot.., of tit
<< Hat oa* Ch.lrmsnMay nefrl.". I. Ih. nourl h ta of ,
Roork r..laol>oa II. 10... 0 11Nolas said t ounty al 'J.iln..... F. -Ida.llhln Unlvonlty ., Wkwoniln 4",

I. ....b" gIva pool IA.Ruar4 al* raloadw month f .mha bwd tb* modal with ",line 1
Call TIUaII_ Ma. of tlma of tka first t."I1..Mfc'*aof .
PIPE & SUPPLY CO. pr5vidodtor ptrntly-aotondlnc itap rrpynantlnl -
CALL by .....1.. 11.11 od the I'od. this nollro' Two oniM of II.
COLLECT 41 TEAKS OF SERVICE of firillnano*, <'It, of Q.I....'. art olalm or 4 HOME KITE III MM Florida, will 1 hold a pukll* hoar. wrlllni. and shall Halo tile. j rhiln and _'-tal Plea.
vlaoa n4 _Id.n.. and ... .'
T* This Area Ins at 1.o'e1.ek p M. Mon. pi I shooting Mltroganou Map*
.mi u fin. nddnr of Ika rlalmanl and
A.I. Juno 1114 I'
15 .t Iha PabIli rlnln.tM4
PHONE 111153 Hard* offU. or Motion at hall ka sworn i* kr tha rialmml i I __ __ __ Th mol* ul* win d.t !

1110 S. Monroe Strut ( oraor of Madlion sad Crawford :. kla ."t' of attora.y and bondiUr ....,**..no\lCt.j|
Str.o.. In lha (Ky of Qulary ai u mpl4 a flllnc f.s of HUNDIIM DUD OVII .
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA ..'., duller and such aim or 4> DtlrVTID OOAUArfontln (twlkorppfCu
I "tho lttM app.al. of Ik of*tha N."Bulldiac Philid.lphla I:0_ mind a** a<. fll"4 ah.il ba ..lit | trla vainly. la Work I |ol by a Peruvian playor InUrn

-. ftMbrl.rlaa Church trim tharoquir.m.nt Tin guiNf UTAH HANK *. A...'''... dacliioa. which did not allow Ih* goal and
STOP Aa .... of l..
ONIr >aior tha o| Will
FOR nf th. Rulldln Is.oo.4.r and T..tamnl AHA a (ir* Argentina a M victory IoIwhed.ff rioting that roiultadla
I SAD!' r.qu/ring nf th.lbs paving City and f parkin gulnoy WCINHKHII. .*.....04 dull for marS than 100 persona end Injury to WO elhar

HOUSES For AU Your ... In kafora e.v 'iprlnkalldiac al 1AMIINFH Firs pnhlli-allfl*I Jun.. 4, lilt
tit Adima Mir..t In tka
Oily .
TV SERVICE AUorn. for Kiotrutor
ron ALE Brick af Qulnrr Florida

$haiha.ea*-old Larna houM. kt :h" :: : Fishing Needs K.Mlr M all fhn HOAHII Illh OF day ATiJI.f May aTMFXT. till OP -2* I. II._1a..1OAJttfUJtS1CUlL. IJ JY

llama Cotnbln.4, "' Lake Talquin RoadW. .... aM HW.IOarro THK CITE OF QUINCT
Hoom (",pot. Pa. nAuioi ..ilIA:... yu.HIPA t
...X. II. ...nl... D. HinaU. .. Roborn It.I a, M. II RatMrVialrman
all N Htowarl Hi, PMona .... T..TM ?
honaJMAInJi741. SUNDAY'Sx41110 May II Ju.a 4 It L
i' R-.A .m-::-.t" I ITr.4."ln4 I --NOTICIC: FIE BIP /

I* by M A TV ..... IC. Jailed bid. will ko ri.In'. .y 1
awlranm boo..),all.r. VITAMIN AND .1 sear w.t JNto..o the It...rd nf County ( Ammla.I .
anndlt ".. ll... I II.I .nf. ., Os4Mon County FlorMt -
m 1.1o. HEALTH FOOD SERVICE up la I i* P. M ...,lark l"I
.:-.-. T Mdurma II, Ili4 .. lha f
FOR HALK I kidro Special, Diet and ,POE IALK >>1.. .......*.101I IuIlowing tilpm.nt It.ma for
Stealth FoodiMlu furallarr. kodraom living and
.n Saks Talquin. I uoo ki ..h. Snot and Erld1a IM
r.frlKnlor and 4 l dialog' rooms nfriforator and ,
I4sM.'n .ndln. Audrey Beit** Owner rlo. tr .'u.. all In food rnodilinn. partaitnon

May II. t 1, Ml: W. Klnf BL. Pk 7.141J Call Mrs H. H. lrkklan4" V,,. i nil *r y II, r,.. I". 1"41 M..d.1.. floardak
FOR SALE Cnn I --w.i I
..d Chuaia LJ 1
with Ika
Klrurtun I h.dro.ma Plait *ALIJ /. slr.elrM lot- EAR/'TIOAiS- 'IIIIU:
with flr.plara. nrrlw>tr. ill. Hi I*. Mast| law .. kViulpwaatauidird
room ,I..11..e.4 A 'W,,, .WeltHI'.-
In Toe air *. .pao. Ca..* M seta alTha MAO
room. ABC ..... II w. Jot Cab .,1"1" 5'CItL h
".nn'" In back y.r4 f. Family. II. II w....,.... 141 1..*.. Cah 55If ANAil SE I r
Pkon W",. f r oa L May II .
hop !.. Ail. tl lno.... ..Jowa4a ;' .
0 .......".. JSt
n..p l UNCLAIMED: REPAIR Wai ra*. .. T Typ* III HPTranamlM t.A1 TV0'. N C

FENCEINDUSTRIES .I kava ,h,.. .1.**.. ....., M. ,.* spend 4lrrlHoar
oklaM thai ..r. un. ,........ pay) All I *pad so IION1M NOAH-INOYLv A UWOtT SI lSl.* kw*
repair kill 114II. Tk_ w......... '.,...11, ptMt
par pMfnaM Lord .-***
are la .ir.ll.nt >h p. Writ.I IM.r A LI"1" "TC"UItA ,
I 'lr Miax.r Vo|.. ..wlall .... *pfll.l I' ..&04 *.IN Pa A50c1' rook .oolobriU hi* llMrtMtaLjidrnt.Aonlr* .1
HOUSE r.at.r. f.' K .night It. ,.... IM soil .,,,"'" aid ", ..IIIa., .t11Y A PIHC.R Ili r ( *>
1o.I.r 7OkCN
FOR Mota, Fin.LEGAL. ------!! Ink. -orn.Vac.nwHi4ralkr Ee.aOr .....1 .<.*. k* Brllk ....
3. AwYAU1uMwlApKpaU1
-Two.. /
lUlU rOI InUTIVlf lrl Uta tuf mat tton Myoart.
M.LAFF rtlUVIAN llOr-Orlaf .lrtrfco*) rU
TlrM .... Tiatl I* ply
I Lord Bmoilxook *
Hea11Dq and Alt NO 1 1I NOTICESMorir Deal Jim itlita I* ...,. .Uiraa iMrck fur tfcoly Laid *ft** mon. Mid victim of u. wo

Fonc. Carport >> .... H n Hudd TIN tfi I.UoNIIt.4IU111 not to Urn. Pom. Mon than MO ranorai kom WuUam MaiwoU AHkonk

Carpeted I ifcMlyraal it 4 la* wk.oia Spar. war kUla4 *a4 bout K* kijurad t* *...rt* thai followed Mknpopvlar ..*.... CanwU. Tb urn .(
a ProabylotlMi BrtklaVr. ro>
Contact MONEYDOWN I TO P/IRDITORI: All Mo* ,Ik -paltyPral A OAYt Porn sad Arimtln ruling ry lh Tb. rofaro Oovornownt kl a aoroar mahrk. kotvoaoi pnrt* rw.t1DATATt.'TEJS *p>rlaa rated IAN nnmmd N would
I* Ik* twirl of lfc. (.'..sly .. oaring pint ,.......) I. Uto IcjnUio of kno 4 kiU4 to IM ...... MUlMi betas lie wa M.AM .
W. W. J 1g.. a....... c.I,. r........ Hf.lrCl. .
Greyhound has I. ,...... mast Tv Hwk SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK B/ R. I SCOTT
I. nl atO ofANxlr k..*.*. .*arda
... P5RS1 I Ovart -ao4. a.M BlMiaalXI
T. All OrMlian sad r'arawwMataf IMU Ak Claaaar
Claims faaua HO Ka...ry to Amp. r
FOR SALE or PAY AcaiiM Sow (_ ., tt* tnr 41 A. .
,.. aa4 aa.li af rn ara OrrN Hl> luditrtxraiiiaaal
_in.d sad ..1.0
Bedroom r4 MW glass Fro*I A
FREE ESTIMATES _! .., alalaM aid '
wkto* y... at aitkw *t ,... Nr AIM To. it Show ell ,....
CALL tar ..aI... Ika *...>ia .( A.... Oslo ...*l lisp ki.- witafr
MAIn I" Perry. ___ lau *> Sid III yard ..<.. fed bnK.
i< ** IO.d.*. Ceurntr n n4a. ai kl. lot. ariik f larti ball .., 1AAASt s _
627-8661 'INfaa Ik* awn boor of aaMCnair '*a4 I. ....... pay toa4.OM S.vtr nlMt1Aa.saItAMA ,,,
TtrR SALE $.S al <|al.*. FUrtU. wMklola ..,art w ak p..iM lea mJS M the fIr.t ttm. bI'S (
living n.m and ... I aaJwxtar ai nika frxa II.it. (.4IM t* a* ttJI4 OOtrvka ,
1_.'" I. .. Qulncy. Florida .. af la* rim t klteil i M i par tab am alai / ,
Co.U 011.51. I Iki a UMk Tv. aa>i.a *t ol r.** _. ft Oo (It Koary My
J.uO it \data N.0aM Pall. la Setena.
------ -- > a>4 atti* Ik* ,,HM* of tmrtem OF TAx SALT
.... sad peat .....* a4r *- I .*.... la baby *!.*. tku .o IM IM 4ay **ly. IMQ as $CAPS( ff ell
HOMES tH U. .lahMk ... old .h0M ,t*.T. OOOT of O.d.4.a. *..4. of Fund, u. aalo MrtlftowlU ...
BRICK rn I* k. ,Ito ......... ... Ito ot4 .. IM Murarta* ll..rll.d Mao .. pay Ik. -a. t
,I****e. ar Mtrar .*. -- M lr .*... blear rot .ii.lt* Ik* awn)*, 4..MkM wIll nit _c.of '
FINISHED M. kr a >ui.a i*. ut *.. ma/MS IM oai a.. oil 4fortMa4V. ) eI
COMPLETELY 5.4 aaa .Iaa Se d.r.4 ail es
25 Years .mod ..al III ..... M.w/5t.is S T E AOTW MMM Ta.I. /
$45.33 per Month t..iM r ..........* Ii I of H*J. *f ff1 k!

Old Homes in Trade ... ..__ *f Accept ...al. ft Lao S X fMry.rtn d4ma >n* *I4*
New Kitchens, Bathrooms.Additions. -' *i fcM oft.IL sites w r tJIJJ d ( '
ALSO- r.Mlratla May $5. ItM "' .J.1 WWO TO PAM VIlIt(
Repairs I Mo r II II TLJo0 It m :.I ?: \1 14 s.L/G1 II sp."ra,4.4 ,... .
... iS
... 1 I 1 ..,,,.. M dl l"I
M TMU rutRT or TICS I1'it'M- m'O. aUfI.......t itNa1y.5z1 r1.,. Wood, ihar I wktoV
FINANCINGs. TT jri't'. OAtMCMUt (XlLTT .. U. I of *. I .f 1E ... l11s I S $5
100% ITAfll fir rUMUOAr .. urn It*, f. IIIO', ....... Mw' ......, N HTea ..CAA.104t IR.w4itttrr.rArltMw .low* look k* Wow York M
I 4iWTATI .I'" 4.n. ....., tall for I...... Mia Th*:

Home at 805 West Washington SLot Or A. B, itiJt.>,. ..... ...... / m.uort NlKtP4hAwsPin.SIrdI Ml M *M HoaandAnvorWo.UM ;
Model I -...IIJIOI1C1I Q LIMN h pI M lI5AA4A N A NtC N111Ar.:1t.5 Wknrw 4Mr1a' karhaPwtv
627-8552 Qulnqr. Flo. (}. rl&. l4 rnlrIUII ; Mt
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tourist ordered one out at Kit ROCKEFELLER BKIFrED
trell other day. Honest and r+
The Johnson Administration hada
he got It. too.
You think Mad Magazine If for k.9M4ide ; top-level official give Govenor
AROUND the young people I know several Nelson A. Rockefeller an raider's ,
who Into laughing look at United State security,
grownup go $1 .
The hysteric when they read It. Wenl problem and world affair The '"" ", .....' .."
Into an Insurance office and one __ contender for the Republican Presidential ..... <-,
sQVARE of the worker was practically In nomination was the first'
tear from laughter. No, It waist MARCH OF EYEHTSwALlAclt to take up President Johnson on' ,
Dy enbs Betty. his offer of Intelligence briefings "
And Isn't It embarrassing I

one can't read one'I writing? Just By HZNKT CATBCABTCentral Champaign, 111 The officials
poor penmanship. "" WatMogton Writer of city have solved the prob Save
:ireyou TwwldMget done un Notice the Department of Pub- TFTASIIIIfGTOJr-In aom Democratic political quarters, the mthlr dented: fender and broken
l N lic Safety la picking up speeders meters that are accidentally
ICM I wrote myself reminder out In Burmah Heights.Congratulatioru >V surprising alee of the primary vote being attracted to bumped while the motorist 1*
Here art notes scotch taped on to Johanna Hey Alabama Oov George C. Wallace Is of mounting concern. Thin parking They have Installed park.
IIIf desk inside and out trekker aha told one of her oil ia particularly true of many Democratic candidates for national trig meter atop strong springs In
owr 'the kitchen link on the painting office from non-aouthern'aUtes. It ia true despite publlo effort ,the place nf the old.type station
mirror of my dresser and And have you noticed how the of moat Democrat, from President JohJlOlon down, to belittle ary ones The city save on broken
even scotch-taped Inside my hand Rev Guy Wade can aerated off In or brush aside the pro-Wallace vote. meter the motorist I II hap..
Ip .r. And I get such feeling at that little black car of WiT Undoubtedly, the vote being rolled up bj pier even when he has to pay
Ecompllahment u I gradually I Now how about that Gretna Wallace in some of the northern state primaries to park! time !
got all the thlngi done and can I* getting ahead of Sawdust comes from Republican and independent I
crumple UP the reminders and going to have hamburger A BIRD LOVER:
: They're a a* well a* Democrat who are gropingfor ,
dick them In the wastebaaketOh aland Think the mayor of I
ways to express their unhappiness over Mobile Ala. A mother card.
ad Intfr
no there wu an Sawdust and his city cwnmlMlon-
Times-Union advert1MB the court of racial integration But the lilt Inal held up the sale of more than
Florida should do
get together and
sweaters for fall and here era lomethln' about it of these protest, plus the undeniable assumetlon $400 worth of young oak trees by
bulk of the vote i from a for more than twooweeks ,
Liaven finished packing that the *coming nursery I
away Bill Jalllet would like to make '
due to a man a love for his t ,
one winter clothei"Pave i'"Square" contribution this week. people who ordinarily would vote the Demo '
Harold Todd
you ever heard of a friedoyster H* ia solely responsible for any cratlo ticket, ia the cause. of a tot of private leathered friends
of the I err
sandwich? Well, a passingBUSTOLEUM repercussions.TO. concern over Its affect on the election voting owner nursery they ..' "
entire shipment of oak couldnt :i. fJ "
next November ::
DEIMPSYThere be moved until the cardinal ems ,
was a man In Qulnry Oev. Wallace Professional politician know that the ma were hatched and the young birds
Whose name was Dempsy Cain, Jorltle that put them into office art made up had learned to fly.
And when ha'i on his scooter Card f 0 built of a number of minorities Usually, the mar
People wonder If he i sane. wide. rut of SUOMI Ice five per cent, or less, of the WALLACE, A\D MARYLAND I
1 STOPS Late one afternoon, asH total vote cast Obviously, any disaffection of
wu riding Just for fun, the size of the Wallace vote can spell the difference between Governor George C Wallace cf
lie wondered Just how fast Alabama has claimed another
and defeat to number of senator and representative
I RUST He could make his scooter run. ilectlon any victory In his defeat In the recent I
He pressed the gaa a little vote In Maryland In his presidential ,
The Wallace vote already showing Its potential in some con-
Then he pressed a little more. preference races against
Alas! Before he knew it reaslonal quarter where the Impact of civil right legislation I* Johnson standing. Wallace re
Available In lie had It on the floor being re-examined. It i* pushing those favorable to the measureto calved more than 43 per cent of
lie turned around and looked behind more moderate ground and strengthening the determination the vote
ftf southern aepegatlonlsts to continue the filibuster in hopes of
i All Colors ,A light was flashing red; I more favorable compromise measure. J. ':FIKIAR HOOVER
If he coulrtn\ make a get-away a a a a A* chief of the federal Bureauof
I AVAILABLE IN lie knew that he was dead.A rRATER IV PUBLIC SCHOOLS-No Supreme Court dect- Investigation, J. Edgar: Hoover
5 ALL SIZE, CANS long dirt road ahead he spied slou In many year ha *o stirred up opposing reaction a* has 69, has begun his forty.first I
In stem he toldAmericans
With a warning
safety at Its end, year.
of public
the beginning >
the one prohibiting widespread practice
AND But oops had gathered all 'round that their moral are 1
Even clear school session with a Mat prayer. sagging and repeated his warninghe
around the bend.
SPRAY CANSGuaranteed He jammed the gas to that scooter A* an outgrowth of that decision, numerous religious andIther gave Congress last winter. that
i to And 'round that bend did roar; groups have bn at loggerhead over whether Congress Communist are attempting to
STOP RUSTI He plowed right through those Ihould iniUat a constitutional amendment overriding the high subvert the civil rights movementand
Highway cops quit decision enjoying a measure of IIWl't'II. >
And Demos/ no snore To give you just an inkling of the problem that fact legUtla ."
I LARSENLUMBER tore, take the letter received by Rep. Clark MacOregor of Mlneota -
The blackout" experienced by | from a constituent It read: TV changed my mind six According to the Florida Alcoholic I
alcoholics ia not a period of unconsciousness paned on the prayer amendment. Vote like you pleas and 111 Rehabilitation Program,
I CO. Instead, It la him jell you in 10 year it you ware wrong or right" U three.$.of today every,suffer 100 persons from" the In the illness
Uar to amnesia or Iota of mem- And that' precisely the position that most congressmen find alcoholism.Th /
i Phone 627-7276 ory. The alcoholic may go for !fcemadve lot '
hours or days In this condition, C e .
= Mainline Drive alcoholic I II
t and will not be able to recall anything I W. W. n UtROT-Th* Smithsonian Institution 1* one of and Immature typically in his car.fused approaches : ,
he has_done. Vaahtngton'greater tourist attractions, especially for the drove to everyday problems,! r
t a young people who are brought her each year by their par and use alcohol u an escape He > ,.., "
N APPRECIATION! rata :It contain innumerable item depicting the Industrial may find help through the Florida 1 f "
levelopment of the nation. In a few short months it will add Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program, .
i Apalachicola: Seafood Market of Tallahassee* cppretxlatei mother, the famed World War U Jeep. P. O. Box 1147 Avon Park. "
Actually the Jeep they have in mind for dls* fcnlthtenlen
I pail business received from the people of Qulncy
(lay will be exhibited at the New York World -.
and Cadeden County. We thank and invite "
you you rate\ until October, then take up a permanent
rto come again. Mltton In the Washington mu eum. Wer Car I.f f

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