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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME 64, NO. 24 QUINCY FLORIDA. 32381. THURSDAY JUNE 11, I9B4 PER COPY TEN CENTS




i Natural Gas Reduction Begins Summer Monday School I Two Are Killed Pedestrians In Old Letters Donated




Gadsden County Schools will be'gin I


Cost Is Effective July 1UIlf'I'I 1 with their classes six this weeks being Monday held summer,for June gradesat schoolirogrsm IS Gadsden Two pedestrian County fatalities were

at Quincy Elementary! School reported near Qulncy during the To Strozier Library
week total of
sod grades1J at Quincy Junior- taut making a
Senior High School. Classes are three highway fatalities since

of natural gas In the City scheduled from 1-30 a m. 11:45 January 1 of this year' In Gads- -

of QuIncy will find a reduction in p.m. daily, Monday through Frtay. den County.

the COlt thereof effective July 1, Florida Bankers Quincy Jaycees d According to the sheriffs de
was revealed at the regular All students who expert to take Gadddcn County Negroas Letters Written

meeting of the City Commission advantage of the summer school .. fatally Injured Saturday night

Monday night at City Hall. Trust SchoolIn Are Sponsoring program for credit should regls- round 11 pm.. when he ass run Confederate

induction win be S percent PT by Friday, June 12 and no over by an automobile driven by By
andThe affect residential, commercial later than Monday, June IS. If is cousin.

and industrial customers Session Golfing EventJunior not handled by this date arrangemerti Nathan \\'..180111I:' SO, was Shaw RelativeMr.

of the dty utility.In must be made with the walking down State Roml 8S
SIxty_ Florida banker-h toilers/ of this area whore ,teacher and principal for make up bout six miles north of the cityimlts
other business Monday night at Gainesville interested in In L
ents gathered competing ta
Commission rejected a lone 'work.Registration when he apparently passed' and Mrs. Rod K.
the Monday at Broward Hall Univerty the Florida Jaycees Junior Golf for Junior-Senior
and the Mad at
out was lying on
bid by Solomon Construction Company of Florida, for the fifth an'nual !Tournament at Pine Meadows, ugh claim will he handled by the time he was struck by the Shaw Male FSU
for the installation of an week-long session of the FBA Golf dub In the EuiUs-Umattlla' Edwin Shuler, principal and S. M. car and Instantly! killed. Contribution
automatic sprinkler system at Cor rust Training School. This second 'arcs, are urged to be present at iubanks, principal for elementary No charges were filed In connection ,
ry Athletic Field. Three other phase of the three-year course! the Sawano Country Cub here in
firms had been invited to bid on grades.to with the accident.Fouryearold Copies of 12 letters from a
sponsored by the Trust Division Quincy next Wednesday.At Shuler the um- 1..
CnnfcoVrnte soldier, Including an
Solomon's bid was George Murray
the project of the Florida Bankers Assodaon -! that time qualifying rounds met school curriculum will offer
$2,000 higher than the estimated (colored was" killed by a moving unflnlnhed! and linnlimed one
some will cover Trust Admlnistra-
will be played and two will all subject that are offered' In
boys
written the night before he was
cost. It was turned down vehicle at 8:20 last Thursday Ytt
lion and Investments. The 1M3session
be selected to represent the the county during the regular killed In skirmish, hove been
Harbert Gregory alwul mile west ol a
and Manager evening one
City was devoted to Trust Oprations. Junior Chamber of Coinmere school year with the exception of
Quincy turned me'' to the Simile U
seek addi occurred
instructed The fatality on
to ulncy
was IMS
The session deals
agriculture and home making $
Any youth who will not henry at Morlda Stale Universityby
90.
U. S.
dirt road off
tonal bids. I Just tt
with Trust Development and Ettale -
haW reached his 18th birthdayby Typing will be offered to all gradesbeginning Mr and Mrs Rod K Shaw.
Albert Kohnke before the Planning. According to Trooper E. W. ,
was August IS is eligible to com with the fifth. tCopies h The Idlers were theme of Roderick
Commission seeking permission to President of the FBA, David B. Sandrt, assisted by Sgt. Ralph > Cuwnero Shaw a memberof
erect retail lumber or build- Irons pete.The Strong of the Florida HighwayPatrol __ 'n
a executive vice president, winners from Quincy will the 4th Florida Regiment who
ing supply building on West Jefferson First National Bank G'Boro Siudenis and the sheriff's department
Street. blic hearing praised the University,and Stuart, have free food, housing and en- the child suddenly dartedin of a Cot ed.rat. oldlr's last letter horn. and was 21 when he was killed Inaction

will be held on July; 13 concerning dally the Management Center eipe-for the erialnment event but while must competing furnish their In front of the approaching carsod 11 other letter by It Roderick Gospero Shaw have been May W early, 1864 on near the Dallns.morning Georgia. of

the matter.M their exemplary cooperation and own traiwportaUan. Receive HonorsAt was Instantly killed. No given to the Stroller Library at Florida Slat Universityby Shaw wrote his uncle and

& M Tractor Company was assistance In this outstanding educational Urges were made.Gadsden Mr. and Mrs. Rod K. Shaw, Hi Shaw (center) point IPianllan Cal Thomas K. Smith
The Pine Meadows event 1*
declared low bidder on the out effort of the Association. the Greensboro High| SchoolODmnvnrement
right purchase by the City of "FlorIda Banks with Trust Department wing sponsored by the EusUsmatilla last Tuesday out where his great uncle, Lieutenant Shaw, lost his 111. i< Attsp of tgtu 27, Ua, on the even'hug '

Quincy of a small tractor with a have Increased from Junior Chamber' of Commerce night all honor itudrnti in County In a skirmish near Dallas, Ga. H. and N. Oiwln Rush, May :

flail type mower and cutter. The 44 in 111 5J to a current total of and the Pepsi Cola Bottling grades seven through twelve were director of libraries, hold a picture of the young soldier, "My dear Urn-lit, :
bid was in the amount of J2,. (VonIlntMld ea Fag Sixteen) Company of Orlando, June 2tt warded certiflcatri of scholarship the Utter horn "After four or five days. I
733.77.On through June 30. On Sunday, by Principal C 11. Richardion. Blood ProgramIs while Mr. Shaw look on. In addition to again take pleHMir in writing

the agenda was consideration June 28 retfitrstion will be in To qualify for these certifl'ates : Roderick Gop no Shaw there I I. on. from hi* brother you that 1 am still sal and well

of proposed Ordinance No. 42S Quincy Students order at Pine Meadow after each student must have, at James Kirkpatrick Shaw, also a Confederate soldier. The Skirmishing going on dally It

which would have repealed the which practice rounds will be least, an average of H for the [ ProgressingBradley brother wa Rod K, Shaw' grandfather and the M off-street parking requirement in Receive Degrees layed. Medal play for U holes entire school term l 83-'64. younger fetter\ b gnu-mi engeger,'nt. Sternum
hl 17lh
the nty's toning ordinance. After will take place Monday and In addition to the certificatesof I Munroe chairman rt war written 17 daybeiore__ '_ hdal' likes 'In flank and I dc> not be-

discussion Commissioner E. E. From Emory U. Tuesday with awards going to Kholanhlp seniors who had the Gadiiden county Blood Program leve Johnston wants In fight very
Gay moved that that portion ol winners and runners-up in the met the standard for the put I stated this week that the Madly, thinking that tlu Yanks

the city building code requiring Emory University's new president various age brackets.The four yean' were awarded scholarship !Ulood Donor Recruitment plant Seniors Receive Many army weaken more rapidly tluin
otf-street parking be repealed.His Dr. Sanford S. Atwood, addressed four low scorers In the pinsThe awarding of for Die county are forging ahead his own. 1 think we could bring
motion died for the lack of a the unI rlity'* graduates event will be sent to St. Paul, these pins and certificates of A meeUng of the Garixlen hem to an cnuagement If a fair
second. .t commencement exercises atthe Minn., to take part In the l thntematlonal horror Is sponsored each year by I County Red Cms Blood programwas trial! were made. I leave nnw fur
Machinery was set In motion 127-year old Institution Monday Jaycee Junior Golf the Greensboro Parent Teachers held recently to complete' a iklrnilnh myself fur :24 hours.Udmlhy .
for the establishment of a five- evening. Championship: Tournament August Association. I tlans for donor recruitment and Awards At Graduation until tomorrow' evening.:*

man appeal board from the building Honorary degree were printed 3 through t. Seniors receiving four year lie first Bloodmoblle visit 011 Lieutenant I Shaw was a great
June 28. uncle U Rod K. !Shaw, who Is
Bob Wind professional at the Ktior
Inspectors office. Each 01 to two Emory alumni and pins for outstanding *cholrahlp -
Sawano dub slates that entries At this meeting Jack Strickland. senior treasurer and bualneu manager ofFkwtila
the five City Commissioners will a distinguished attorney. were: Wanda Butler Jane Elghly-flv were presented
put the names of five men In thehopper E. Smythe Gambrell and James must be closed out on or before lark, Maria Essman, Mildred Public Information chairman presented diplomas at the Quincy Slate University. lit audltlon >
: at the next regular meetIng S. Peters received the Doctor ol June 28.Last Edwards, IVnny Kenn and Sara to the group the purpose of llRh .Vhon! graduation ,xl'l't'llII'II.JUIlft Walker WillParticipate to In* tellers from Rinh-rk
( ( Shaw' liter la from
of the Commission. From this Laws degree. Dr. William A. year Jack Munroe and Marcus. he Blood Program and what It 2 In the schml. awlllitrlum ionprro Wit

group the men will be selected to' Noble was awarded the Doctor ol tax Taylor represented I the Qulny Students receiving honor cerIflcates will mean to the residents of this Carol Crouch sahitalorian, expressed In tils brother, aim a OllrPdl'rale Jame KlrkpatrlikShaw sulnVr.
Jaycees in the event. county. gratllwle( to UM parents,
serve for periods of one, two, umanities degree. were: Tli brother Rod K.
three, four and bve'eIJ'I. It will Mr. Gambrell, an Atlanta attorney Twelfth grade: Norton Aldsv, Mr. Munroe aim emphlulllld acuity, members << ther. .d 'Slaws* younger grandfather. wsa The letter

take at least a three to two dec. I* c. former president cithe Wanda Bulier. Jane dark. Mil hat no charge will be made for board and friends for their patience Short Course was written 17 days before his
lion of this board to overrule the American Bar Assn. and 01 dred Edwards, Betty Jo Falrcloth, Iwae who receive Red Crow collected and understanding through Illh blrtlHlay from a Cunfeileral
building Inspector. fenny ttnn tilvnda Fletcher, blood. Hospitals charge a the yesrs."And .
the Georgia Chamber of Com M. D. Walker, Quincy, CanV vamp.
in Emory' Marline Godwin, Sara Marcus and small fee for ancrossmatching so we salute the dawn Lieutenant ,
merce. He once taught Jheblu'1 gnaws letters Ito
Martha Suber. and staled ('a"". 1toIIlIlnly achoiil upertntendrnt
for of a new day,
law school and Is long bit the final
Thos. Memorial a cept one, are lo his
discussion
time friend of the university. rl y aM Eleventh grade: Robert Clark, administering blood to patientsThe ,' In the vsledlctory adilreu presented will parttriMl In a oliler alder, Ih* kyle Jesse inane.
Margaret Dean, Marjorie Dean, blood Itself la free a pro- by Stewart Inner he referred group on Florida school needs
Dr. Noble, an Emory alumnus Smith of Qulnry. The original
Slates Parents'Night Sale Dale Fletcher, Ethel Mutter, le-lo-people lifeline extended by to the woke cleat menv at the I8lh annual Short CourseM
has served many yean U a letters phodiuruit of whlrn have
(Osllaetea en Pse 1Iat.) Kathy Jettison, Russell Revels, volunteer donor* loJhoM. who ben ss soldiers students who Psrent-T' acher leadership at been given the library, are now
South Florida.
FridayParents' Wanda Rowan and Larry Yet.Tenth need tt. should assume the same reaponslMillies. the University of In the hands uf William T. Bull
mans. Tl eeoamiy following members Gl June 1-12.
ford nf Tallahassee
great
yramlsun >
Night will be held to'Exchange Hears grade: Karen Alday, committees were present: "We are torn rmw's worM," he i The conference I Ie conducted by of Jean Hhaw Smith.
conclude Vacation Bible School Ken Cowan, Sharon Proctor, Joan R. 1. Misery, R. C Mills, county emphaslied.During the florid* InstlMU Air Continuing flaw rniwiil pennnal *jiperlence <
at the Thomas Memorial Baptist Rowan, Anne Sober and Janet wide recruitment<< chairmen: the presentation ol University Stuille and I*, and detail uf Ulllr/ and
Church, Friday night at 8 o'clock Judge TaylorThe Suber. Everett:: Gay. Jr. Industrial recruitment swards Mrs- Trey! L. Riddle, In sponsored by the Florida Congress klrmiiOs lacking actlun at
The general public is cordially Ninth grade: Thelma Barfield. ; Buck Register, bustneu behalf of the Quincy Woman of Parents and Teai-her, (totters Fort IVkens, Murfremiliiiro and

Invited to come for the brief Joint Exchange Cub of Qulncy John dark, Lamar Clark, Ellia' recruitment; llarberl Gregory Club named Sandra Harper as in oppcrtunlty fir ITA near (2allaisua..s. In letter front
worship services and then view last Wednesday heard a stirring beta Hunt, Linda Jensen, Ronnie 'city employee recrultnwm; bat place winner for her "poem member In :insure)'* trf near Uiallannjge dated Oil I,
the work that has been accomplished Indictment given by Circuit Judge Macon Larry Pace, Mary Carl K. Rude, special group don- In free verse eiiWW, "Anwrlia working together quality 1 id], report: "PmluVnt Davis
In the various age group High M. Taylor against the recent Peters, Snarl Richardson. Hilda in; Mrs. Betty Corry, residential; s.. The Woman's dub conducted Iratrwtlitfi In Fk>rlita schools.Frl arrived last night and role
departments. This is a departure Supreme Court ruling on Prayer Robinson, Anne Sanaom and William Dodnun, publicity chairman a contest for any origlrud work I from the usual program of this and Bible reading in our schools. dy VanLandlnifham. lian-I ; Tom Reed, scheduling; submitted by a QiUra High senior voted to a Joint eating of the quit Uiln: '
traced the religious Eighth grade: Janet Robert Gardner Mrs Richard 'Unrl'l Omitreas of Parent and
type. Judge Taylor Mrs. On* in April 11, 1144, truiiiiMHMkniailiir
The parents will see what the heritage of this country u -. '" Linda Buller, Rosalyn )'.. Gardner In charge of Moot W. Slaw Pout !Testers Ivpartnwml << Oiunlyftupcrintindinls of the Ul and 4th
worship period is like and then Larry W. Parrtrt Marilyn llaire, Wayne Bled Hal Devil of J'tfA nf Ui* FUiri'laMucsllon /
background' to understanding our Shepard aides; Murray Spumer, No. 14 American Legbm do>lg- florid* Keglmenl, U filled wits
the children ages 4 through I forefathers' intentions when framing and Ronald Tatar. Chairman for Urermboro; E. L paled ,Alice Gay and RubertUxlge AMncUtlm, and the (('.., .-' M !*.(* MllMW)
will go to their departments to' the constitutlan and the Bill "y Parrish Seventh grade: Tom Albanese, uppell, Havana Chairman; Ben selected nurkla ftfanl lard AsmrlatlinDr. -
await the arrival of their parent of Rights. Ken Bryant, Hilda Butler, Nedra Dudley and Marten Wllsun dial as the studenla' Drank.! I:. Davis p"'r"I

The Juniors will conclude thejoint It 1* Judge Tsylor' personal Teceives Aware' Koister, Greg Marcus, Rocky tahoochee. Le CMten adinlnl who- will have the American their name Legion\In- eilucatlun al the University of Farmers To See.
Pace, Sue e Tlhed on Will deliver lie principal
worship services with the belief that the present members Betty Shiver, Sue Orator of the Mobile Reglina Minnesota
saying of their week's scriptureand \ of the Supreme Court do not understand Larry W. Parrlsh. outside salesman Smith, Ricky VanLandlngham and Wood Center was also present .1 plaque. They such were chi as en courge forposesstng ..kips... nf the court at an

singing of the anthem "Lit! the true meaning and for Sean, Roebuck and Co., Carol Wagner this meeting.The .. srrvlce, qualities hi4arshlp and evening usembly an June 10 Research Trials
Up Your Heads." intent of this. He brought out that hu Just been awarded a menvtershlp mobile unit will be In hunnr. Mr*. Myron flee, Tallahassee,
After the benediction all of the, they are overlooking the fact that In the exclusive Sears Students OnDean's Julnry June 24 at the American president of the rluriila Udgress:
parent will be free to go to the, tree exercise of the rtligKw of Century dub for outstanding sales >glnn Hwne from 12 mn to Richard Ashley was the rectp- Parents: and Teachers soil Dr' Here June 21

various departments and see the, our choice 1 II Important too achievement during IM3. ( pm. Anyone wishing a dune Wont nf the mUltI award presentedby 2Le* tgiTt, pnifr *i>r "t wlucalksi -
work progress. It will, thus be a, that this tree exercise would be This announcement was made List card or to give a pint of blood Norman M<'Mlllan for the .r tee University of leer i N-irth )FMd farmer will have

shorter program than usual bu t withheld from our children during by C B. Loom, the Atlanta Regional The Dean may call !the Red Cross office, Rotary Cub Ida. will rw featured In the "'|'''''' the riiaw to tit,.erv* vegetable
List
on In which the Individual child I a large part of their lives If Catalog Sale Manager 2 for Trimester MAIn 7.5434.2Ball PriiW of the Valley" Southern hog sel I.m of the shin eoun. and fruit rwarrh bias al the
is stressed more than the group''the Supreme Court decision remains. The award la given annually to was announced today by Florida made a 12ft award which wu pr. with nmverwllon on "The Many North Fkirfala Kxprrinwnl Stalfm
aspects of Vacation Bible School,, salesmen In the Atlanta region Stab University. To be on theDean's tented by W J. Taylor lo llughVephens Face of ITVMot her tin June 21.llrrhert .

The Bible School workers and Judge Taylor pointed out thatIt who achieve outstanding exec I- List undergraduate students Scotch Jr. lor hi* proflrtency In uf UNI course wlU he "'>- II. Hryin, aulalanlhurtlcullurlit
faculty are U follows:: General It Impossible separate region .... In sale during the year. must have earned a grade cmnmrrclal ."" ..... voted to small dames on a wkUvariety it the slatlm which
Officers: Bible School principal \ from the JI"C'IIW."The Mr. Parrish attended a weekendof average of 3Bi. or higher ta Foursome TodayAt Carol Marsh .......woIll00 Arm of topics Inrlwllng chafe !I II a unit othe University rt
divisions 23
most 13 In IK Col-
Mr*. Homer Chester, scud President of the United States fishing and golfing at Destin the IkiilneM drat Pmlestoel xlirtlkmiil neweru rlurlda'i AgrkieltunEop imam
paivnl
pastor. Guy R. Wade shoot calls on the nation each November Beach, u well u receiving the, School legs of of Arts and lit:nre* and Sawano ClubA ((uiiimMMl hats ai.iBroadcasters .' and family life, whuatbmal television ''l'Ial"1I\I. Mid reglstralMm will bw

pianist Miss Ann Chester refreshmenta to give thanks to Almighty exclusive Fen Century dub pin, and 3 S Engineering Science juvenile praunllxi '1\11 gin it I)0: pox. A tour of th*
In the
for Jhhoul U Nursing he held at
his
Mrs. Carter Whig God for our blessings on Thanks- performance. while 12 two-ban Scotch fuurin IY\III1laJlwalth. Other srMkM will vegetaM pkH will
ham Mrs. Tom Earnest, Miss giving Day but the Supreme Students! carrying from Cadadm or more hour County riling event win be held at thr he devoted to ......1k'l1Ina1N111t.i 2 p m. ami a bur of the fruit
Evelyn McDonald and Morris (hurt ruling would make it unlawful [New Meters In are: Chattahourhee- Caye: Sawano Country dub this afternoon In such ortanKatlunil nwllen u pkils .t a 30 pm.
Robinson.Junior. to give this same thank at llryan said liter .has bee oneastk'euJde
Thursday) l'IIIrlnlar'11Ithe
Film budgets, by-laws, p.rllsnensryp.ss'lun
eider Willard L. Hatcher
Department: Mrs. 1chooI." he laid. been Honor Student interest In Ih* nectarine
Culver D. Shelby Lorna C ladles and men have n>4 anal PTA pnHclra.
Charles Klnard. superintendent, Judge Taylor concluded his In- Operation HereThe Juanita Slap announced but teort time Is set work il the stalkm.
Mrs. Bob Hoioman Mrs. Charles jonaQve and Inspiring talk by ard. VMwkk and bore far IM: pm., arrordlng to Mrs JhllIw" Tsylor, Jr, a onlnr Th. North rbirkU Statues I Ie

McLendon, M.... Paul Flournoy, stating that there I* now proposed being Installed new type In parking Quincy will meter be thy Gh'InIl'A1th Faye Y IUIr. C. 8pr..,. Margaret Markham, rhairman of st Qulnry Itch Xctwil. ws pee Bishop Plans .In-alMl. four mile. usilh of Quln>
Mrs. Larry Byrd, Mrs. Guy Wade legislation before the Congress the tented the r>''VU AMurUtlin ",4IIHI4 rut 217, known a lake
manually operated and virtually! Havana Wanda Laurie Hall. liiumry. ." fafcriln
,.. .
Iraseel 111 .I Road.Beta
Pens
alias Joan Fletcher Miss DHoresea to make prayer and Bible rea.I fool proof, according to J. W. Lynn M. Mitchell, David R. Perk : Following the ll-hole rests of Annual Visit
sward BIN IXiwn, eater
(Catlseed rage Lasses) log lawful In our schools aid Halre, director of the Department ins. of play a covered dun nipper will by

thai with tile backing nf our people I ol Public Safely. On hundred I Quincy Chrlst ipher H Cames. be served in the club house, aeoompanled Qulmy Radio UstWA High l>WCNII.-hi.s graduatti si the To St. Paul'sThe Sigma Phi

Scouts Here I It will become< law. -bwr DuncanMUlrrIII'Iera, OlIve Joe Cos, fauna L. Dlrk- by a social b>.".. ,,,,,",,,JIliN.TIIIII' .
Girl have already been placed In operation -,meant, Katherine L bison James Rt. Rv. rUmllton West, Reception For
and all of the old dos Ie T Earned, Unrat D. tahlberg, I MOBILE XRAYThe was Judgrd the winner Blab., I* rinrvla, will make' his

Mend 500 BooksSeveral Jimmy Auman type or automatic meters will Mary Rue Clover, Harriet Hutch- JoIJbIIer.y Unit will brat ,over. nnrlwtale ihntnn of trim elicits the whulemind rata annual visit to M. ''aul'. Pariah, Now Mombers

d! Troop be replaced' n the near future. assort, Juhn C lain 1IL Barbara the Courthouse Square, Qulm-y al 10 am Ms Sunday,

Girl Thursday Scout anrmooaand Heads I Mr. Han say that ten are Ann Morrow, Linda Joe Wahl. day, June It from I to 12 prttlng II'RUver North Mike"tlMldo. award trsudleaTie annually June 14, at whlrk Dm he_willpreach The lets Sigma Plus of Qulreeyw.kwwl
1411 spent JayceesJimmy two slots on the new meter. The .Jam r. Wells Sandra J. and MiOrm a rU .1yaeig
Friday mendInI books Wall The X-rsy flalu"1 to ....MH lo in hIP 10 ww mwinpf* a|
aU dII1 1 one on the left side I II for and Joe p. and *>lul| to be ..
Elementary\ SchooL Auman was Installed as and perishes Pepper Wowfhery.. : be tree of ,,.,... steed sHilivt. ki the SUM of br the Rv. ... JuhnItyWsit I the rMwptkn !held W iwdaynight
"Through thetr dIliIt'nt effortwere tile new president of the Qulncyunkr or smaller ntckles, while the right hand I e---;..;;;: .. ... ",""Sa. who have ban empkiyed pmrnted Tf RrtflC i I at the Jeffenun Ibtw. Mr.
metaled sod ..i* Chamber of Commerce slot will take Ames Mlml br.ijinngWitlMi. ( Ruth rhWn* of the Int.r+atlnnalIets
100 boob at He caution that when dim by a prr After Ih aervtre brief and
a ruvhrlMl theitnpes
Wsnui IW.
pared year.t a supper meeting .*dneda rl! Th Ugh **>"4 Mist ,.. ..... ,
wog width placed ta or Uckle slot, Informal will be held, .sv. tanrtlHl M PMiiDOremtmy
the
night at the Massey Cottage oa prO Mike wlnim are junVH by
leaned S tt to lost BO _. M the ''IrWll'1U8II' fur the liufe
: and Mrs parking 11 .. ? >tat pncedliif the eerepents.
McCall eimimlll nf the HUTKU
were M Seen Lake Takpiin. Other onVer kv He also warn the motoring rwcutive ant tiltflfnftrmrd... .
public
Hewett'rvk. stalled were Don u.ntIutlilt l \ Aavirtalfn of ""'..Irara.
LH
taking part ta this vie pmsdent. Path Rogers 2nd that M is atwantly. iM MMtryto The ..-.ntl a/e tlf4 m All memhers of the Patch *r* Tie ..."ptllJllllabie WM renter
The JIrII
Jll"jtd Wft'I Julie BaIft. vie* preddml' Lamer turn tile handle beneath tie con T .2 4'I their lIiII.&anhI.s.. eslr unH to b. on hand !>* bells Ih* .4 with M *rranstmMnl ol yellow
er treasurer and Jak o. notion, full turn after eark com I curricular artMi es. rharanertvtrmtrt sprvtot nd rwrpUi, and fnenkiat eras*. Ihfrrtr, flower
KnsOne b ert.MaryIebeGilGluey ecretary.Mew llaillep-I.to inserted to put the meter toeptratton. sad Intmst In kma4- 0* Foists an nrdUUy bvoted ronwrtuurty billowing OePbsheg
Penny .
Goodman, LaAt board members 'PUrtnt a CIlIa to ti tL to arteswtFormer Orrmnry officers lot
Nancy
one of the slots and falling to turn ; RUitol of Jesus C>
11M.t. the Mpurww
1 afl M* ****** Monad" for the coming year If* handle will result M the molar- was wsninaled .* (heswird sew
IwrtalM, and runmlttee.ctialmwn
Register. Ala McMiHaa, 0.1 tot beng died far Ky WCMII hail luiknwtvre Resident'
Brown and R. C MuTa. an ovtrom he has keen a part Urn named:
the Theatres paritiflf rtokifcn," staled Mr. fir. Ow :! Afpha fh.pu.rVUrtha -. J'rnIdeat-
Past President Don Brown kv tmptnyw past yrar.Liinng .
traduced' out of tow. guests from! MaIN. the .o.r4s purfl>si of Receives DegreeRbtiard I Jan* Smith: We! ,....
Week Tale mews .to Qiinry am to be I ......... w.'rry; rsnrdhig
This the Wakulla Jaycee and ... T Jlahas.ee _i operadoa iR tie (Mwy tfKh tktni pallstine M. Owwver el Caereiid I
every day except ; fjwlsrsi prmnM Jilin Lvwls I ..,vtaryManpw"le Vwrtry.cwmpiindlfic ;
Jaycees wna Na-
along .
IN Sunday to ft. Inrmt1y f Qulnry wee
a*
IIM '
i pad kefinnMg lima
sUrsc
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Leaf Theatre IrIdI* '1be .., oonal Otrsrlnr Bin Ualtoy, wto at I ass and teeong at a I '.y..utI a tU 00 -YWICI knnd.mtf ......... LoutoUM Stato VntvrMty r"ury Lull Ventry.
par
nwee and f"W O'lIId rnsur.t--
engrtved "
as any I
served a* Installaiksi nVr.T
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randa'I1 W has" starring Henry desk ... Mhrer Monvfwi = 0wnmUduIIl'IIII'fI paned
i Maturing t -
further laghlighl th* eats cans w'esn M -. .M Bator
rrtdwreanB.dSaturday FORESTRY nicial Fri -
ada7 and don Pnwdmt Brow REPORT .*. were Joan Orcutt, ;._
nrennfl M.tMvenlly .
will to The OQIa" th. Liver Key award presented to Th Cadsdra Cbunty rore..ry tumdy Tsyvan ovuutnftngvtito *. May [t'Irt Md: *. program; Wee'wItan.y

.... TUde the HUh (bust David Banc a* lie -*.-..Vg Onto irport Man.sa fin* ,tIgS ...... rrsre. !be .....I PreskWnl Juhn A. eotram, Janice w.
try." Sunday. Monday sad Tarrtl.y. Jaycee ef flw ,..,.. Jmny Ass tor .. seven day*. Nombtiof ,p, Pestle IpMkMg COMMIH lluntor rmirnvd f:1p etT>is- !bank, way and swan and ChsfVMM
-Advance s. *. RM, oiaa wit auiintrf the Bnm nestle fire! store January i ......l sy t. brtange Cubed =- ] dejreee spew 11 p.ase Scary, way and ,.....-
starring Ctow Ford. ftarfrI Key OTtotandMf bard mnv adds *p .. 24, korasnf 4U am norvte., to wimmej he |a. m. tfrrtntty In the LVUAgrkvlniral Mrs. Minnie LesN. aewhr btslalM -
Wednesday will U "Dr. Rrmnge- tar 01 teyear.hi Nvnber *f woods Sees reportodKM s !liver W>.k. Award. Taylor was CtMrr.Cro hastily awmhrr of AVpr .
Jovtarrtnc Surtng Hayaa aceepcnc die g>..< Aoraaa SUM totatoLM. .. J cuss wear annwiM bore Bay -*f I II Mans IIIUIWnt Chapuw, will serve a* its .
At the Hill Drt* -ta Friday and: Brows Av kumtof 327.3aar ..-... Get>>trtI. (Gulf f:aim*), of Qunry KDl, Mint IU father e.nsial director .
---w die tb.
-Around Ibr s yi JIMMY AUMAN MO U b. mi (eonaiotalatod a MW I I' will hold Its Orslnwrttflf
will be solisal The chillier
Salurda law Uberty, rranUM, Wsaulla. llal Oaw-. was a
TberaosaB to Ow h
to had don OK and Qutonr
pat year eotgrarulatod am!
.'ar1d .. a Due" pille "lkyrefl kin eakto far Ole *.. Mk enratW 11* pfMfcta ol the Oulncr Junior Chamber ol Cxxumerce J.futami is, Taylor.ass I avffiier tt OM mmt toe *
Sabmama.Tammy and IDoctor" > 11W National Director Bid Manor d TaOahaaee. Manor id Lafat.... and .. faculty Mir a samba of I al the hum of ChariuM Soury.-
lit.
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starring Sank ON 2 af lie rtorida Jtyose tile county sverac' *, IM. | Mrrtd G.I JnsiaOjwj cfflcw Photo by Marttn' Studio I J Iyaro' Ill We King
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Pieces t O S'r' 'Jt"tU'sr'o"E:''''Ssft I

BY UUTell .. \ .
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:f' t )''i Ju: :t!; : X I ;' STEWAR TJOUNG'SI

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In reporting the death of John ,
A great deal of attention la whe teat cannot seem te get
In Lost week issue of the
Ashley being focused the fora
on plane out of bed In the moraine Anv
Times, made an awful mistake so-called: war on poverty one who has lived In a small
for which I wish to apologize 10III Yet 10 fir, there really hn town where all aspects of life
concerned I staled that he not been dtrIOd: by thosewho I are more evident U ebterva*
was survived by his widow, Mn think public I tlon has ones wondered on
"Jane" Ashley It should have payroll any reasonable guide this point, Why are there those I
been Mm "Evelyn" Ashley Mn at to just what conatltuteapoverty. folks, lot vlclom, and In fart,
Jane Ashley It the wife of John often! most amiable, but who / I II'
brother, Richard. I'm terribly e e raa never. fit In, are the town t MlJlf atff
ne'er do well*, or snmetlraes
lorry that hit error was made J
There are thousands of ways tc .. described as just shiftless.
make mistakes In putting out I S. I ,
,
.
paper and I know we get our lair i ;; Big city dwellers ire not to I'I'4'"1 oJ <1"
share of them but we do not make familiar with this element, although t ;0, i'
them Intentionally and regret I It ", 1f..hUI It does exist In the bigeitlee. : t1J.4:. )I ,
when For example, over the ,, / ,,
they occur Please '
'CCf'ptour .. ", .. '
,11.:
nation there has been a series .. : '
apology ; '
be of so.called civil rights' dem '. .r ; 'E ":r.
"
onstrstlons Most
of them are
In looking through our del for
the small
conspicuous by per
the account of a wedding that
took In June, 1816Couldn centaga of any racial minority 4
place J well known, c, w Ma.dee participating. with most of the
t help but notice ("
tome and widely acknowledged bID clamor raised by the misfits
the stories and personal Items except by some of these pub who while In small towns standout
that were printed 48 years ago lie paid big thinkers" many In the big cities are never "
Viz: Chief Wright, It might be people are afflicted! with poverty recognized is existing until
truly mid, In somewhat of I fa due to lack of opportunity some occasions such as have
Italic on the subject of keepingthe see recently occurred bring them
treed and alleys ft the city; And et course It would be together at some rallying point,
In good condition The thorough.fares heinous heresy for some of
o e
of Quincy are not yet paved them to petet out that a Big
This element, of ,
but it would be difficult to Labor monopoly of Jobs ..ndappreatlee.hlpe course 0gures -
large In roverimrntatatlstlrs
find a town In the stale that has have barred any
belief graded or cleaner! elroets employment te many, er that en poverty Yet aD
the training, retraining, and r ,f
:
After each heavy rain the chief: concentration ef economic: power
ro-retralnlnf that
makes Into fewer hands with the programs Ay9
a personal Inspection 01
car he deviled, will not help
the main thoroughfares and wash mulling automation has created -
1
a substantial part of this ele-
Outs or other damage are 1m the lark ef opportunity meal become affluent elUsoneoo Ij
mediately repaired lie U not which leads to peverlr Neither
only I splendid peace officer bu would It be politic for them to *
paint out that big evernmtnl With the benevolent compassionate
a public
spirited, progressive
:
Citizen" farm programs have driven senor of realUjr that
- A many family farms out of b.sBusa seems to exist only In small BUYlIflyofi120000IIJ4s
legal advertisement
revealed and a. en, et al, et al towns, people have long char"
that total
school property In tin S. acterised these social misfits
county, Including houses and lots, But what about the people with the old homily You In'l Af
furniture and school
apparatus afflicted with poverty because mike a silk purse out of a
was valued it S3D,021 .
The they fall I to fit In with any so- sow's ear,*
young ladle of Gretne are very clil order Al every small I town ee.It k
much undecided whether Mr resident knows, there are always b tulle apparent that the
Samuel
Tlmmons
wu selfish oren people who just cannot United males Treasury will
timid u to be riding aroundall be be
responsible never able te perform asymiracles
day Sunday in his new lord
.5. with sow ears, either
all by his lonesome It has There are these who become This .. a point that should' beborn. ddS'
been nearly two weeks since an addicted te dregs, there are e In mind when plane are
arrest was made by the police of the "wlnos," there are those debated te end all poverty
,..., .... ..
Quincy Everybody seem to be fc HI r IHlfMM'.1_
growing better morally, and the
recent refreshing rains have had
I tendency to cool the temper of \
the bellgerenlly Inclined Thepeople II delicious these hot days Come with William Inman heading the
are too busily engaged In out aru take a plunge! and get a cast of strictly loral talent .
making an honest living in disc drink of pure spring water Havana was rebuilding after I din-
turb the peace or Intentionally Six girl and three boys were In animus fire that wiped out the "..... ..
Violate I city ordinance (iron! the 1819 Quincy graduating class entire business district "It. ,.' \toAo......
Hem) lave Born to Mr. and Mrs.
pace you bathed They were Misses Mary Wood A Boy '''
III the Bruce Pool yet? The water Davis, Euvene Price, Mamie R E. Butch, Wednesday, a boy f ';. o ; >,/
Price, Mary Tarlowski, Mallie The youngster la a fine specimenof 'Af' :\' i tt
Broom May and Bessie II imphrles what promises to become a --. :-., < ,. _
; Messrs. Oliver McKeown, source of satisfaction and honorto '
HAULINGTRUCKING Clifford Tlmmons and Al Wilson the proud parents, and Mr. ; 6 N 7 '
I W. M Corry, while In Pas.laic Blllch Is prouder right now than wi \
N J. to attend the weddingof when he was made president of Refrigerator took advantage of a
his son, Arthur, to Miss Con the T W club He hat received Dollar-Savin' Frigidaire ,, ,'
stance Walden, was the victim of congratulations from many
pkkpIX'krll, The thieves were riencls[ Mrs. John Mcrarlln special wholesale offer. ;;
arrested and Mr Cnrry got his was hostess to the Silk Stocking .Ib. across the .
ALL KINDS money back The bills were new dub, Mrs. E. C. Love made the I r1\$\ e Bi&; 63 That's S why we can bring
Quincy Slate Bank notes and Mr highest score and won the pair of toplreezerchest ,
and Long Dlstanct Corry was able to Identify the silk it cklngs fifteen aulos 1'l > 18
Furniture Insured "serial numbers Soon the political visited Panacea Sunday and report .Faitlce1reezinl-W you these special values.
turmoil will be over, business the roads being In good con '
conditions will become dltlon The Old Spanish Trail -1'1 I cube Ice trayS But hurry for the model I
Sam normal and the alck, broke and will soon be completed between I'' .Full.width vegetable Hy 0 you
Hulley defeated candidate will have the ML Pleasant and Qulncy (ImagIne '
The removal of porc.lain Enam J Our at
opportunity to figure up expenses, that!) 6 dratoris ,prefer quantities
Ions of time from business at Ute old wooden buildings 01We.t '
MAin 7-E433 fain and the number of liar he Jeffiraon Strett, preparatory to I tIed. this 'price are IImlted$20000 !-
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came In cadet with during the the erection ot brick buildings In
*tIt campaign'Dot, The Miner their stead, will tau' several Huh I g" e} r ti tA) +t
dealers to hunt new qftarterk and y
Daughter a temperance dramaIn
S. ADAMS ST. four arts was singed by the the odoriferous fragrance of overripe I '
ladles of Greensboro on June 2 fish will be missed on that 4---
bl"'k N. L. _Edwards. ion of
:II L. Edwards: of tins county, has ) EVEN LESS '
IN APPRECIATION! joined the Second rlortda Regimcnt : : GOOD
and Is now encamped with WITH f,

Apalachicola S.afood Market of Tallahassee appr.. the soldiers at Black Point liejolnl'd ', A( /e,t.e. TRADE IN, I
the after it became ..
dates past bualness received from the people of Quincy apparent that guard war with Mexico ; mien a eta x

and Gadsden County. We thank you and Invite you wu likely and Is anxious fur servIce I
to com again. on the border, which he la
likely to have soon The Quln Thrifty Frigidaire
"Catering to Restaurants and Fish Fries" Slat Rank reported as of Washer

Supplying Famous Apalachlcola Fish Oysters Shrimp! Icy 30, IK 19, total assets of
'S819,394 58, Times do change!)
In Season Then W* Hare Itt) Soaks
clothes better than an

APALACHICOLA SEAFOOD I skiers Eight will St leave Petersburg the city on water July Budget.Savin' all.night tub soak ,

24 to travel In the Florida Pa I Action
MARKET vlllon of the New York World's Zone washing helps a

1323 S. Munro Street Tallahassee to Fair)'Iorlda on water Weekat! skies the as Fairim a kickoff. Frigidaire Freezer get 12.Ib.,loads really clean!

i e True zero zone freezer, Plus/ fresh running water

and so roomy 404 tiniest'

( pounds.

I Roomy 4 shelf storage

door! $20000

e Famous Frigidalre Meter .
I h Miser NO
economy. fBADE ZNeraa4e

setsNEEDED
a sewm a

$20000

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NO TRADE INWFU4e
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NEEDED
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BIG Oven Range

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ter minds oven

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t e Full removes width for storage under drawer range Quiet, Frigidaire "Conditioned" comfort!


THIS MAN HEADQUARTERS/ cleaning New casement unit has 2'

speed fans yet it's easy on
r. dMaM by tile exprewteei on this maa's face that h* need current.

Map M he's come to the right! pl c-H. ttrUre fee WeMweod.b $20000 $20000

may Med help.too.Maybe you're planning to finish a basement \J--: 5300 BTU/hr. cooling ca

or M ttc..or! |loot a small "do-It.yourielt' weekend project. IIlOt i : pacity! (NEMA)

why" not drop by and ee our great (line of Weldwood Productk You can even Install it yourself .

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FLORIDA AVENUE SHELTER HEIGHTS 627.7659 "WE SERVICE WHAT WE

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lam everywhere, and plenty of annuity It yon have an installment and ask Its cost for what you "One of the nicest of these mixed 30-Day Weather temperatures should svwac between
LOOSING courage Now that the Russian I refund annuity, the unpaid want Fish Catches strings was checked at Miller's 65 and 70 degren.
people are on the glimmering balance ot what you paid In goes Kerry on Holmes Creek." said Rainfall during the next 10 days
AHEAD edge of truth, we must do nothing as income to your heirs. Each of Question: About 1* months MoCJellan. "Thenc and most ot Outlook will vary widely from place to
4 to help their leaders deceive these plans has a different cost, ago I dropped my life Insurance In This Section the other catches we have seen place but should average between
WCk.CMf.tkMO them further. of course; you pay extra for the policy. Now I can take It up have been taken on cane poles' The Thirty Day Agricultural 350 and 100 Inches occurring
essesnu..sesose.srurstee The present temper of the East privilege of continuing the In- again. What do I have to do to with worms." June Weather Outlook for the Month ot most), u afternoon and evening
for South Southeast
Steam Georgia
seso..atr. European satellites offers much come or refunding the cash. put the policy In effect again Pick Up Bream tinning Is reported to be. Alabama and Northwest Florida thundershowers on I to 10 days
wv.rTHE hope. Some are reported thor 2. The tax application varies. just pay a premium. excellent In the Apalachicola and issued by the Weather Bureau Advisory during the month.
oughly fed up with Communism, It you have a straight life annuity Answer' : If you are in good Fishing In the Florida panhandle Qilpola Rivers and In the Dead Agricultural Meteorologist Sunshine during the period .la
despite the most thorough efforts no'ting IOI'Ilnio taxable health and have not taken the Lakes and Lake Wlmlco. Bass
your Tiftm, Georgia, June 3, I9MTemperatures 70
has : to about
MARXIST M'TBUntil begun to pick expected average
of Moscow to Sovietize th.m. Peo- estate. U there Is a residual! cash values out of the policy, rp are just starting to hit in this during June are with "
\ of
steam according to widespread cent possible frequent
recently, wide credibilitywas p1. in these countries, too will value for heirs, the value of the you can put It bark In force again" reports from wtldlift officers othe section. This IndIt"Sieihe late expected to average below normal early per morning and late afternoon
be titter off In the long run If post death taxable all that arrival suitable spawning conditions
Is
payments by paying payments maybe over south Georgia and most of cloudiness.Soil .
given to of adequate Game and Fresh Water Fish
reports & adopts a policy of estate In proportion to the deceued' unpaid plus Interest. It this year dim to the unusually northwest Florida and much below
theength the
rates in Soviet CbmmlMion and ot temperatures during
growth Industryand ; scores happy long period ot high water.Repots .
share ot the purchase looks like might be five quarterly normal over southeast Ala next 30
agriculture. Even it production area fishermen days are exported to ate
price. If the residual value Is \ premiums In your csse. from Lake Somlnole, bama Daily mean '
temperaturesshould between 78 and 15 degree
wu not always up to expectations payable to the estate, It is all Most comp lllil'l permit this "re F' the first time this season Lake. Talquln, and the Ochlocko- average between 73 and at I'I'IjlI the four Inch level. Temperatures
,
of the various -year plant i taxable estate. U it Is a joint and instatement" ot policies up to all the creeks and rivers arc ties River Indicate it'lIt'ralyhe\ 78 degrees. Maximum tempera at a seeding of two
depth
certainly investment rates how- Your survivor annuity, the survivor's three, four or in some cases fine down to ftshable water levels and same situation very good to excellent tuna will range from 85 to 90 degrees inches should mostly kg
ed growth that was phenomenalThis ext i he result Is spelling excellent Bass in Lake I average
: portion Is taxable estate In proportion yean after dropping them. This tithing. with afternoon temperatures the 80's with maximum temperatures
was the general treatment to the Inning especially for bream Seminole have been striking for
deceased share of payment of back premiums Is resulting 9S degrees or hmher .1:i occasionally\ exceeding 100
them the benefit ot the
to give
ishermen. weeks, to
purchase price. necessary U all policies are bas see ral lending support Sw2da y.' Daily; _nilnirmuf degrees at this level In dry soils.
doubt. Some ot economliu .
our .. /niuranci 3. Your annuity Income Is not ed on the building up ot reserves Wildlife officers Claud Hicks the widespread' conception that
were perhaps not observant totally tax-free, but Is partially over the years from the payment and H. V. Mrdlellan, of Wash- this Is possibly the best bass fishing
enough to ducover that growth. Question: If I Invest $15,00 ,I so. The amount ot income that ot premiums and reserves must ngton County, report that fine lake In the whole Southeast.So .
do I LOANS
rates not equal Soviet performance.Undcpendable Information In an annuity, am I right in believing represents return to you ot your be brought UD to date. The good strings ot therlcrai-ker and blue.gill it you haven't checked out
that this all reverts to the investment Is tax-free. The balance health stipulation Is necessary are being taken In the Chooawhatchee hit old spinning rig this year,
also obscured the truth, but now Insurance company in case of my Is taxable Income, this latter because otherwise the companies River and In Holmes now's the time. Its always fun RESIDENTIAL FARM
the full II to
story beginning 'death? Nothing goes into my estate being a measure of Investment would probably have a preponderance Creek. to fish In northwest Florida!
out. The Soviet fable it
come becoming from It? Also could you tell. earnings on your Investment In of persons In poor health 1-- -- Lowest Closing Costs High Appraisal
quite transparent.Even
If Income from the contract. Because it Is Impossible reviving their policies. 1i
monthly
me my
Radio Tree Europe and TIME TO WE HAVE .
such Interested Western observ- It is tax-tree? Do some companies : to know how much this/ You coulc", of course, Just buy anew i Good TermsCONVENTIONAL
charge more than others investment earning aggregate will policy and start out fresh Defoe PaintsPlumbing
en-at-Orst-hand as the U. S. Sec.rotary per $1,000 and, if so how do I be. draw how long you but It Is almost always better to I Fixtures F.H.A.
ot Agriculture have pro go about finding ;be best buy will the income the tax reinstate the old one because (1) Complete Line of
vided glowing reports of growth Answer' : '!bl.a a multiple procedure' bases the distribution It will have a value Bulldlnt Materials Quick. Confidential and Courteous Service
rates! in recent years. Even Mr question and so here are the multiple on life expectancy. This gives for you: (Z) : larger; part of .B( S Alcoa Aluminum Routine
Freeman Russian
thought that ag answers: total "expected return" at your' each year's premium goes Into Galvanised Roofing k SidingHousewares SEE ALVIE WOLF AT
riculture should be leading most
1. Yes and no, u to revertingto rate of income, and the amount Increasing cash value for you: I k Gltta
of the world. But the facts are the company In case of death not taxed Is that portion which is ((3) the premium for the rest of Carey Asphalt Roofing
now revealed u otherwise. Even admitted If you have a straight life annuity prorate return of ort&lna1inWit. your life will be lower: (4)) the, Gold Bond Sheetrork HARBIN-WOLF, Inc.
Mr. Khrushchev himself has
the total unpaid balance ment. Your company will give youthe older policy may.have features' REMODEL Sporting Product
u U the wheat sales Goods k Farm Supplies 321 West Crawford Street
figures
reverts to the company. If you on your annuity on that could not be replaced.To
were Soviet not agriculture sufficient has evidence failed, that to have a cash refund annuity, any request. reinstate your policy, you I BUILD Plus Hundreds of Other Items Phone MAin 7-8737

provide the food required by the unpaid balance of what you paidIn Yes, costs vary between companies need only check with your agentor BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
Russian people. All the while, goes to your heirs. If you havea though usually\ not great your company and find what Your Business Will B. Appreciated
various propagandists and apologists joint and survivor annuity, the \ly. The only\ way to find the difference you need to on and pay, to bring 13 NORTII MADISON STREET QV1NCT
have been praising the virtues survivor goes on receiving the ..Is to go_to_each_company.It back into effect. I
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ot central planning. Their f
faces are getting red an appropriate
color.


has V.Expert recently A. News TestimonyThe in at a World copyrighted Report .' U. S. GOOD BEEF

interview expert (no with amateur an acknowledged apologisti I FLORIDA GRADE A DRESSED AND DRAWN T- BO N ENDER

for socialism), brought out the
facts that Soviet production has
yet to approach half that ot the : JUICY
U. S. despite all the claims to
the contrary. The perlodlcU interviewed BEEF
Prot. G. Warren Nutter, I HEN
head of the economics departmentat
the University of Virginia who
I
has been exposing the myth ot
Soviet power for many years. ROUND
Some of Professor Nutter's Information
the magazine says Is I
just now being attested by the I 79
CIA. He estimates that industrial :
production In Soviet Russia C 19

ours.Even is now only in about 1950 30 he per says cent, per of lb. 19 STEAK

capita food production in Russia .
was below I what it was when the
Communists took over In 1918.
Socialized agriculture was doing
no better in the postwar period

than the closed socialized society Industry.the walled By now., I CHUCK ROAST lb. 48iWESTERN lb.

modem serfdom, has gotten Itself -
into the dilemma ot requiring
change. It has come up againstthe I

not realities let go., but The the rulers tyranny cannot will FROZEN FOODGOLDEN

change the system without sacrificing I C
themselves. That would be

too much revolution.A P 0 R K

Bis Challenge I SHORE
What will Russia do? Shall she BREADED
enter another reactionary period
with renewed Stalinist terror, stir
up trouble outside so u to raidor I!I SHRIMP 99 CENTER CUTPOUND. 5
drsnull some neighbor, or attempt 1

changes reforms possible that without would blood-make I IV* Lb. Pkg. ,

shed would like Of course to encourage the free the world lat .

ter. Whether one of it the can biggest be done challenges represents ,I MIX or MATCH 'EM 810 Or. Pkga. C H 0 P S

of this century. So tar. Mr. I FROSTY ACRES
Khrushchev seems to prefer reform 1 i C
If ha can stay in oh io.. In MUSTARD
this, he does not find full agreement
with the Chinese Communists. 99
TURNIPS
U the U. S. should decide to
stand by and sec the Soviet Union
through some ot its crisis, whether COLLARDS SPEARMAN
a loan is required or not. someconcessions PEORIA GRADE "A" SMALL
should be demanded.
Already Mr. Khrushchev has been
so busy that he has forgotten to FROSTY ACRESWAFFLES
create any tension over Berlin for I'
some months.! He also could do C
the same with r regard to Cuba and EGGSDOZ. BEERCHEF'S
South America, even revise Com1munlsts I
alms In other parts of the' 9 OZ. PIG.
world. The whole Imperialist apparatus I
should go. The b
't:1PVer i CHEF'S CHOICE
en will no doubt be on hand
s to ball him out without CBlNttECUTPOTATOES
ing any demands whatever.

What (]wipe Ahead?maJl.l ', CCARTONS
There may not be any "
the leopard to change Us spots.It ., 9 OL PKG. IN
has mostly been the same with
tyrannical governments. The dilemma -''
Is that the Russians find 5 G9
themselves In need of more I $200.00 of Six
change than they have brat prepared i
for or ran reasonably un I
dertake. All this Is part of the Limit 1 With $5
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I COUNTY TIMES SEVEN-LEAGUE BOOTS Massey Drugs, Doyle Conner Field, 7:30 p.m. through the U percent unemployment labor coat In. labor marlr I
GADSDEN
level as a result of renewed freed from such pressures rti .
and eonUnulnf Wednesday, June 17- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: am., Post price rise*. This Is the Is no reason why we could I"". I IIimultanf'(1Ully I'
ratherthan
THE CHATTA.HOOCHKE TR1BUN1PubUihed I Office; Jaycees, 12 Noon, Kittrell's Restaurant; Gads.den statement an expression of a possibility of the writer'sviews have a stab i :
each Thursday (t IS S. Madison Street County Hospital Auxiliary, 10 am., Gadsden as to desirable national price level and an tmemployrnc 1 I
A Jnhti H Tirr N.saxipwESTABIJSHED rate well below SS percentEXfLRIOtED
policy I With substantial cost Increases I
: 1801Qiilncv County Hospital; Marine Recruiter, 9 12 noon. Post In foreign Industrial countries -
riortdi Office Canning Center, 8 5.
;
lI.t are likely to see some : CITVMEV: I
e.e.dlo... re.ao. P...d .. o.a-. I'IerIdoI relaxation of the pressures which !
have prevented any general rise Indianapolis Two ,
One Vw t300 Two Years J6 60 Stl Month 11.76 in Industrial prices here In the held up the American Fletch gunm! ,I '
The National OutlookBy
J L. HitchlnMtn 1'11./.1.,.., b U. National Bank branch and to I j
Don Carman ._ 4"iif end rVm, r --- S.But do WP really have to makea 130,145. To cover heir deed .
I choice between Inflation and unemployment pulled down the movie tsar
C Rsgedere i
II I of| cost could be paused on and' ? Only as long as : that had been recording ""
NO 1%, I'R()(.RESS A6AI'STt'EMPWl'MET hence did not reduce profit mar labor unions continue to exert scene and took them along u th, < I
: i gins. Since Job opportunities their special powers In raising1 I fled.
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NATIONAL EDITORIAL __
y spring from profit opportunities,, I
June of 1964 Is regarded by
l + NYear business the this meant that unemployment
IA "fi" cycle analysts as
<
could be low level despite
Hf riffP 40th month of a mOI'e.or.le.. continuous kept at I -
O ,'..... ,,1>_ .2 ". Improvement In business the upward trend In labor DIGTHAT
conditions But the record of unemployment COfctl
during this period Since about 1957 however, wt
shows a peculiar pattern of lu I have had approximately level
own The overall unemploymentrate prices. tout Increases could not
dropped from close to 7 pet- be passed on. What happened Ii
And Victory rent In the first half of 1961 to that the power of labor unions to
55 percent In February 1863. raise routs was counteracted by
Since (the latter date, It has hovered an overhanging supply of unemployed .
The tragedy creeping up on us in Southeast Asia! around 55 percent and developed persons In the Job mar- i F
especially in Vietnam Ii that we are struggling and no particular trend either, krt. It took an unemploymentlevel r fti
upward or downward of about 85 percent to c
fighting a war, against a dedicated enemy, with no Apparently, once the initial, bring about this result and stop i
practical political solution.We I spurt of recovery was completed, the general rise of unit labor cost
are) merely fighting to turn back the enemy, to the subsequent economic expansion .I nlnn rreuuresWe
: was either not fast enough may In the future break
prevent him from taking control of more and more of or not of the right kind, to bring
Asia. But we have no political solution for the area, and verting native populations and formerly-free nations by about any Improvement in the
ourselves for means more vicious than the early colonialists ever em unemployment situation.
we find fighting only "victory.
One might be tempted to con READY MIX
ployed.But
Looking back on two World Wars, we can see bow elude that 55 percent unemployment I
naive were American political aims We fought for a Chinese ambitions and methods are identicaL represents a sort of rot k.
noble and demanded unconditional limeade This is no brawl over principle. It's a quarrel between bottom rid that no amount of economic CONCRETECONCRETE
cause, we
growth can break I Hogging the telephone U as out of date
coconspirators who have fallen out over who throughthis a*
earlier termination of World War I
in both. Yet an might level But this conclusion
have pared the world communism and a less extreme rune the show. would bring; up the question or I last year's hit record.
political goal might have caved many lives and held In this particular exchange of "racist" epithets, we why we were able to keep the unemployment Now teens telephone fair and share. Helps
'
rate
substantially
back communism In 1944 and 1945. think they both are right. below this figure In certain earlierrokperous I make better telephone service for everyone

We must, as our political aim in Southeast Asia,' > periods During the including teens. Try it and see
evolve a policy that Include a workable political solve' QUINCYCALENDAR Korean fluctuated War within years a unemployment narrow band BLOCK i

tlon. The French are proposing that the entire area be at about the 3.0 percent level.I
neutralized.We OF EVENTSA During the capital goods boom of I
have rejected this approach ai unrealistic, which ment 1955 rate through stayed'57.close the *

it may be, but then again it U a definite political goal Community Service by the cent. unemPIOY'1 Oakland Concrete
and there are those who think It may be the only one> Brhailor of rrl. Products
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627.8518 An Important factor which din Company
attainable for the West. The French also lay we can tlngulxhes the Korean-War and
have no lasting settlement unless It is backed by the Calendar Is based on Information reported by club capital'goodn-boom periods from Allan Botttek and .
the more reient expansion Is the John Thomson Quincy Telephone Co...
Chinese Communists secretaries and program directors as of the Friday pre.cedlnq behavior of prices, In the twearlier HIM. MAla T.ION
That also may be true, but the American people an publication. \ periods the general price 3aael.Jb II,aL
not yet ready to recognize Red China or enter into agrei level was riving.J Increased labor
went with that regime. Thus we continue to fight a war Wednesday, June 10- Canning Center, 8 5; Navy Recruiter

which may never be won, and we have no practical solu. 10:30: a.m., Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kit. I I
tion in the defensive struggle we are waging. trell's Restaurant; Exchange Club, 1 pm., Jefferson
House; Army Recruiter, Post Office.

Thursday, June 4- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State
24-Year Draft Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St.; Quincy
Men's Slow Pitch Softball, Joe Wedeles Inc. vs. Ran
It's been almost 24 years since Selective Service dy's, 7:30 p.m., Doyle Conner Field.
Director Lewis Hershey pulled the first number out of thefI.hbowllo be heroYour
Al Anon you can a
crank up the modern-day military draft. Friday, June S- Alcoholics Anonymous & Fam-

In the ensuing years it has funneled millions of young ily Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parrish House; Shrine
Americans in and out of uniform, supplying the man Club, 7:30: p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant; Canning Center wife, your kids, even your mother-in-law will trut you
power for two major conflicts and a variety of cold war 8.5; Air Force Recruiter, 9-12 noon, Post Office. with new respect when you surprise them with one of the

flare-ups. Monday, June 8- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; spanking new Dependable from Dodge.
And in the process of furnishing that sinew for defense Canning Center, 8 5; Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic
it has served also to expose one of the country'i Building; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m.,
most serious weaknesses the shamefully high rate of Courtroom, Courthouse.
physical shortcomings In today's youth.
The draft has had its drawbacks, lo be sure. It has Tuesday, June 9- Canning Center, 8 5, Rotary Club,
been an inconvenience to those who have been calledto 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic

serve in peacetime. It has meant the taking of lives Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, 7:30
Club House Shadow Street Quincy Men's Slow
of those called in wartime.But p m., ;
it filled the need for the country's security, since Pitch Softball, Massey Drugs vs. N. F. Experimental.,

1 the strength of the armed forces has never been successfully 7:30: p.m., Doyle Conner Field. I

maintained on a voluntary basis since the depres Wednesday, June 10Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m.,. Post
sloe days of the 30's. Office; Jaycees 12 noon Kittrell's; Exchange Club,

President Johnson is entirely correct in suggesting! the 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter, Post Office;

system may need an overhaul after all these years. It'i Canning Center, 8 5.Thur.day .
doubtful, however, that he'll find It dispensable under
present conditions or until some other suitable substitutecan June 11- Men's Slow Pitch Softball: Talquin save a bundle;, ,; .. .
Electric Coop. vs. Joe Wedeles, Inc. 7:30: p.m., Doyle .
be devised.
Conner Field; Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State
Despite the beauty the'64 Dodges,every one
Employment Service, 9.3, Courthouse.
of them will pamper your pocket. Priced rightIn
Eat LessA
Friday, June 12- Alcoholics Anonymous & Al.Anon Fam- line with the low-priced three Dodge your

caloric ily Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parrish House: Canning chance to step up In quality without steppingup
"reference man's"
revision In the daily Center 8 5; Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson House; Air In Iand
intake has been made by the dietary counsel of the Na. Force Recruiter, 9-12 noon, Post Office.
tIonal Academy of Sci.nce-National Research Council
The entity known as the "reference man" Is 25 years Monday, June 15- Kiwanis Club, I p.m., Jefferson House;

old, 69 Inches high, and weighs 154 pounds. He consume Canning Center, 8 5; Masonic Lodge, Gadsden
3200 calories a day, but the revision drops the Intake to Chapt. No. 30, R.A.M., Tal.Mar-Quin Council 23,
8 p.m., Masonic Temple; Social Security Representative
2900.What
i Is pusiling is that the Council says that ta 9:30: a.m., Courtroom Courthouse.

maintain their 25-year-old weight, men and women should II Tuesday June 16- Life Underwriters, 12 noon, Kittrell'sRestaurant
reduce their calorie Intake as they grow older. ; Canning Center 8 5: Rotary Club, 1prn.

While this will doubtlessly eliminate tendencies ., Jefferson House; Lions Club 7 p.m., Xittrell's
toward obesity, and prolong life, another admirable recommendation R..tauranMen'. Slow Pitch Softball: Randy's vs.
ls that of physical fitness exponents. :

Regular exercise will burn off unneeded calories to BILL
Kii.irrs
some culation.A extent. and h.lpII maintain good health and cir LRJ Bipartisan ANU proponrnls of the 1 Floor Covering own the year's most exciting car

hill said they are ,
combination ol regular physical exercise, with rlvll rights Including Formic
counting President Julinmm to 1964 Dodge Dodge Dart: the
limited caloric Intake, Is the best method to preserve our for pilUtjte.I I Ulald linoleum. rubber. _
upplv the final push world's first family-size cent
health and ... ewkCounter
appearance. do' the asIxlant ,1.
"I lies the ('an man
pact I Dodge 440: the quality !
Democratic leader, Sena-
lor Humphrey Minn) said. ".le Top car at the low, low price. I
Too Many AwardsPerhaps knows how to get things done." Dodge 880: the big, beautifulcar :
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Work
designed to d.lIghtthebl.
television Is waking to Us responsibilities nn nm IM>I\ i car man. So go ahead, ge

alter all At least the nonparticipation ol CBS News in India U .klna U May award. telecast of the Academy of Television Arts lain lo soil It three squadrons i
and Sciences is an Indication all 1s not lost. of b'.104 Xabre Jot supersonic Expert Installation

All Emmy awards are not In themselves to be scorn nRhtfre tense build-up as part against ot the Indian CJI1U1 de-tl-

ed, but the mushrooming number has cheapened the rat China diplomatic lourres report SHEIFER i
honor, and now one network has refused billing the There was Indication such a .BUTCH
ul was running Into Slate Departrnont i
spectacle. resistance m the "' .. ; .l.,1Mt.4
There are now 35 Emmy categories and In April the rounds such a sale Meld' upset /OU' .Mo1' 1\0ItC4
American Academy ol Motion Picture Arts and Sciences United Slates relations with I1-I

handed out some 40 Oscars. Istan.- --- .- j
The New York theater honors some of its own with

Tony awards, while foreign films wash ashore with festival i

awards in profusion And the record industry has Its OPEN TO PUBLIC let Dodge Boys
own Mammon, the Crammy award. your
CBS President Fred W. Friendly ho. been roundly
criticized by the performers for the network's exit, but he Precision Machine Work

lifted his own company's prestige the eyes of many. I A Specialty show you HOW-NOW

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Communist RacismSoviet


Union tolerance for racial differences comes a HENRY W. GRADY

little late In the day.
The Russians for years have been busily engaged insetting

black against white all over Africa. Now they MACHINE SHOP
term the Red Chinese "racist" tor doing substantially the

same thing. With the Soviets as usual it makes a big
difference who's doing It 121 Wttt Clark Street

The current exchange of Insults between the two Budd Cigar Co. Factory Building
communist giants involves Chinese efforts to bar Ruaa1afrom oGE LESTER MOTORS, INC
an Asian.African conference scheduled far nexl

March In Indonesia Phone MAin 7.7137 BOYS WEST JEFFERSON. STREET QuIncy FloridaPAUli
The Chinese say the Russians aren't really an Asia

people but the unjust occupiers ol Asian territory lr
other words colonialists. 41 I

The Russians are the modern empire-builders, sub ---
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GADSDEN OOUVTY! TIMES, QLTVCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, IIiU ___ I II
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'.pegged on 4 to ( inch centers; :
GARDENINGIN according to University of Florida

FLORIDA Experiment I'hlll'lI'l grata Station and turf grau expert sprig'. People, Spots In The News I FATHER'S DAY JUNt 21

ed In rows tend to turf up antgive
the lawn an unever "sect'-
,
Editor
Sharpe
Heney
By
wiker look Frequent mowing ,
Florida AgriculturalEfrcalan and generous bimonthly application YOM1TR1LAND i. Japan'e t e lf
A
derv '"* of nltl'Oll'll-rll'h fertilizer Disneyland, with monorail
A lawn, scantily covered with I I will rnum.. the gram to level out, train, giant ski jump prominent .
On sandy toil leave the mowed I
\t like I maiden in a bl. In thin vlpw
graa. here all. but on
clippings they
ktnl there ii a lot of bare art'a
i muck-type, or rich toil III best'
In between. to remove the drbn Too heavya
U you can keep' your mind on I, layer of clippings often pro N
the Brail, you U find that ItriP. moles lawn diseases ;p
tearing lakes on an oppoalle metIng e
In lan care It meant thlll Keeping the soil moist in \between I t
showers will aid the gram
you can tease the lawn Into roe'
log nude earth with strips of aStrlpteaslng < to grow at top speed and cover the i 1
know no Beason. yard In one growing season.!
but summer Is the Ideal tune 10 Lawn may be watered anytime
patch up a badly worn lawn or of the day during
But folks stop ANGELIC Andy Thom t e1I
even start a new lawn Summ I many iJA
rains and warm temperau hour or so before IUmmt'r'l of Bay City, Mich, didn't
promote rapid growth I claim better link In \ car much for his angelic
With average link along \\11h diseases if they don't (angel food cake tin( ) collar
I bed
hard work you can set an oul. grass to sleep In a wet lawns ,! i donned accidentally
The Is to water
ml thing
laid without blire
door carpet carefully and avoid puddling.Where iv I It was soon cut aw a)',
before winter a
spots puddles of water gather, with >io injury
So, If you have grass to planl.
do It now the grass is likely l to be scalded
Start the lawn by either BOd. by sun-heated water I
do not 1
plug or ieed Sod Is the Imme Mosl8trrilli system
out enough water to puddle
put
late answer to a ground l'O\'rr.
.''on sandy soil U water stands In a
but coats more than other met I
CIIII. spots an lie lawn, cheek tor the L
Plugs take only a fraction of reason They may be a hardpan
near the surface, or the soil may r
roes as compared with to I I'I
Sprigging takes even has gra ,I have been packed too tightly by t'
when the house \ il'
heavy equipment I I
and w quite economical on a dItyouraelf -
was biult I 4
Bermuda budget. St Augustine, oonin !.'I In any cane, loosen the soil to : '
'i i iI
from -'
and prevent standing water \ 'L c
i 12 carpet inch centers are sprigged Slow, i( harming:: the grass. PHOTOGKAIMIERS OKI1GUT ;
the soil with a Carole
'I Try loosening in hooting
growing zovftiagnuii should I bf y
rolling tool that has spike like I llowey, star of New York
diggers If neighbors don't have photo fair content Here, she
one that you tan burrow rent alms her 8 mm Honeywell I
one from the total garden supply ,
Elmo zoom movie camera. ----.4seesctt e
I itore
BithHGM,1 lithe soil II pinked as hard as ,
a brick floor you are in trouble. 1"
fry spading U you cant make! y e W f\\
a shovel dig In, then try a grub A' a
tine or a pick. I r u 't r
p) Unless you are In "mountain i
and have I '
climbing'' condition r ?
lands as calnuacd as the minds
j tithe neighbors who reluuj to
loan you the dirt loosening tools Its 4Hi
easier to hire this brow-sweattng t r t
(ihore out to a well-muscled laborer s
I t r
/
How dON to keep a lawn
inmmed Is very unputant The
tine straini of bermuda and toyiiai \\1IO CAN KLAMB leopards for rot changing their
respond favorably to It to 1 they're ai handsome a* those of these twins,
I
Inch mowing, The common bermuda Genevieve and Jemlna, born at Bristol, England 200"By
dora better if kept at \least t
'? NII Inch tall. -
oneS:. Augustine generally looks 1
after You Sn Your Doctor best when cut about 2 cruxes. and sisal lootum. And \Ian he more
Jnngour Prescription 1 o l';. centinede and carpet grasses will effective tlxn.Modem < .
rontillimi art
Ihnvr If kept 1 to 2 Inches high. shopping| .
lnin rt
more >
advertimnit
of Is Ju tas nfoC'a I making
mowing
lYequcncy t fur liliih S
ant a* \'I'IIIII'"I1'nl SwMti
F. P. May important an height of cut .
cut rent! kxilKma Mniiy pilule preler FOR DAD
never
Some authorities say
easily aneanble -
to catnap at plucvi
Drug Co. more than \1 Inch of grass per /jjflJJ by autoniolillp and with tnt

mowing L and convenient parking JMI'''''

Phone 627-7601 Flo. You can't 11If''ll'lIlhe future always ___. Stores, n>Kl urnnli often. rod find l se'o'vhreatabbahmrnts that when you give him his favoriteARRO1V

Quincy, by the past usually because Hulih their busineiwa are more alii active

you don know the pant 'I Inlets In "l'n they mm away from shirt.. .
retRtlinK One l of Ii the the necessary payment of rent high rent leN'RUonl. shirt or sport .

The cant of rent of ooiirw dee However, the new low rent loratlona >
TIMBER. pondi upon the la'itian of a itorc are never an answer For ARROW has long been the favorite of
When\ scuttle passing a store i* alone The business hlrh o|>rr-
Your Timber Wisely high, then the mil Is InchNewspaper ales' In a nuno-nlral lix-ntum the best in luxurious
You Harvest who want
Let Ui Help advertising U, In a finds thaI Investments hlih were ) most men
Contact Us Before You Belli !ml sense, a type of nnl and made prevhxuly In rent mutt he fashion.
PAY TOP MARKET PRICES should be considered an Hit InveMment transferred lo advertising quality and today's
WE In the same llRhl The merchant In lad, tlte farther any "htmnwwila
Inc. who utllizea advertising extenslvelv from die center of irnfllo the
Products
Florida Forest la paying for a high rill \greater his advertising nl ARROWFenway
of truffle just ai the mpl'I''lnlpaYI should become
Call Tom Paulk, Quincy 8565494or fur attention he ret'tlvrllrom I Citisumera are mil IIkl'10\
call or writeP. a good lutallon. eanh ml an Uolal 4 Imatiimunlru ClubIf
I In many cases the rout of traf.fie they are frequently remlniM
O. Box 305. Tallahassee Flo. Ph. 223-0669 l II !teas through advertiiing than I d of the addreta and of the

,It would be _thmiKh a geed phy-. : advantage of using are klrrtwsl.
l. --- Dad likes the comfortable luxury oft

? (00% cotton, here is i the !shirt to choo c. J t',

permanently wash-and-wcar no
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I 'a matter how it's laundered-because

it's labeled "Sanforized Plus"
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Never a wrinkle, never a crease for

I the Uura-Neat finish keeps

ei AI' Fenway Club's just-out-of-the-

#I, k A drawer freshness all day long

'C 11'r See our selection of these! care-free

*y t. JI: ; t' shirts today-they're just the ticket

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1et91,000 P W1 BCI cry? ,.. < thick IKOM wield ",
line jn BI
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eat, teen tb.nu.4 feed Bukn em CMitfj

MMUBJI u they wield likt. ill UUi wield ..*et u, tae, u"c iff Up prM. it it kcierc.
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Here shins at lihl ai a breeze for the
see spurt
.let. "'evy.
abet roil sows
sly 4f _"."" but thus wale el
f- eoatneishie Ko summer dy ahtad The,, a randy

tM themo4 M a Atat-.see day, al Ke homt.e Dad or conl.1I4 In Ute onVe. The patterns and colon <.> chno front youII find

I. ,,JMod of l...y .lfI4! oa-t ... cool all afc* you ,hit fawme ices $ifjjjp(
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1'1'1,110 CPS OAUSDEN. WUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, IBM

Davis, Mr. and Mn. Warren Hlg
don. Mr. and Mrs '." 'am Wood Luncheon For Rehearsal PartyAt

WOMEN'S PAGE] .nw ward,, Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mr Bradley V. E. Woodward Mun Miss Woodward Country Club

roe and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith

Jr. Mn. P. C. Davis, Miss Mac Friday night, May 8th Mr. and
Girls distributing rice baskets Gregory and another sister, Mra Mrs Harbert Gregory entertained
were Kathy Smith, Pam Buys and W. R. Jordan of Bartow with a rehearsal dinner party
entertained -
Persons having Items of social nature are urged to caD
Mary Thrower. with bridesmaid at the Sawano Country Club in
Mis. May S. Richardson at MAID 1-8 03 sr ; When the couple left on their luncheon a beautiful Friday at one- honor of their son, Harbert Scott

wedding trip to The Cloister at o'clock at the home of the Utter Gregory aid Miss Julia Katherine
Sea Island Ga, the bride was The party was In honor of Mill Woodward, whose manias wee
I
I wearing pink linen suit with hat 'Judy Woodward, whose marriage an event of June 6th. Magnolia
gave the reception In the Church to match and tan orchid corsage. to their nephew, Scott Gregory, blossoms and foliage banked diet
annex. The bride's table covered The groom is a sophomore at was an event of Saturday even- mantel and Ore place In thelounge
with ai. imported cutwork cloth,, Dental School at the Medical College Ing at the First Presbyterian of club Magnolias
held the wedding cake and candelabra of Virginia, Richmond, Va Church. were at other focal points. At the
with Shasta dallies and Among the out of town guests guests assembled punch was served
yellow roses. Y r were Mrs. G. W. Lamb, Atlanta, The dining table was centeredby from a bowl surrounded by
Cutting the cake were idles! Mr. and Mrs. William Barber, an arrangement of white daisy the buds and leaves of the same
Norma Mercer, sister of the bride Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Arthur mums and snapdragons Interspersed flower. Candle and iridescent
and Mrs. Scott Clark. Pouring Cook, Birmingham Mr. and Mrs with silver heart on the lights. cast a soft glow over the
were Miss Virginia Johnson and N. V. Upson, Orlando, 0. F. PerkIns attractive place cards. scene.
Miss Elizabeth Wealherly.Mrs. Orlando Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White glade and mums were on The mantel In the ball room

Adrian Fletcher Introduced Perkins, Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs the Individual tablet. was highlighted by wild hydrangea .
Vases of mixed
summer flower and magnolia. A light
Howard Ewing, Atlanta, Miss spot
the line
guests to receiving Karen Conner MarIanna, Albert In pastel colors were at other was focused on a huge brass urn
Serving were Miss Glends McMillan local points In the entrance: living containing white hydrangea.
Stockton Ga., Mr. and
Miss Fletcher,
Fletcher Roslyn and
Mn. Dan Willoth, Macon, Mr. and dining rooms. Potted The food table was centered bya
Miss Mary Ann Mercer, MIll plants and similar
flowers high. silver candelabra holding white
Robinson Mrt. J. R. Slate, Macon, and Mn
Rena Clark, Miss Joyce lighted the den.
Brandt Sessions, Macon. taper and decorated with daisies
Miss Hilda Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Throw. The hostesses gave the bride and Ivy The Individual tablesfeatured
Miss Ella Mae Clark. The bride'sbook Randolph elect crystal in her chosen
pat. candles surrounded
er and family, Atlanta, Dick Mun by
was kept by Miss Sara tern on this occasion.
daisies and
Stewart. 'roe, Atlanta, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Miss Woodward twining.I ivy.
herattendants
presented
Following dinner dancing was
When the couple left for their Jordan, Bartow, Miss Mignon white Wd gloves. enjoyed.A .
wedding trip to the Carolina the Jordan, Atlanta, Dr. and MrsFred Twenty-four guest enjoyed this hundred
guests enjoyed this
bride was wearing a three-piece Butler, Tallahassee, Dr. Pat delightful parly. delightful dinner dance.WANTED .
green silk ensemble with bone F Woodward, Gainesville, Mr. and
patent leather accessories and a Mrs. R. D. Woodward Ill Ocala, -- '"
white orchid corsage. I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woodward, "" ,"{." : >
., ....,
The bridegroom is pastor of the Miss Annie Lou Hall Tallahassee, t -
Flat Creek Baptist Church in ; Ind William Speed Mn. Alice Ward
Greensboro and Mn. Robins HenU Carroll r
--- ot Tallahassee and Mr. and Mn
:
Larry McNeill, Columbia, S. c. .
Miss Faircloth
Mrs. Harbert Scott Gregory :

Mr. Clemons Baptist Class "I .

Miss Julia Katherine WoodwardIs Meets : A CHANCE TO '
MondayThe
Wed 30Mr.
May I 1-1.
Bride of Harbert Scott Gregory : PROVE THAT OUR5ANIIOHRE ;.

and Mrs. Melvin Fair- Hope Sunday School Class
cloth Sr. of Qulncy announce the I of the First Baptist Church met j -
s'1
I Woodward Monday night at the home of Mn <
marriage of their daughter Linda Miss Julia Catherine ,
which flanked by of
was a pair
J. H. Parmer with nine membersand
Virginia, to John Glenn Clemons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
see of Mr. and Mrs. George Woodward, Jr., became the blrde crystal lighted candelabra white with prismsoldlng White one visitor present The class IS RIGHT ON TARGET FOR i.n i.
tapers. president, Mrs. Fred Moon, pre
demons of Tallahassee.Mr. of Harbert Scott Gregory son of
demotu Is a graduate of Mr. and Mrs, Harbert C- tJregory, porn pone, roses and snapdraons sided. '
and fern entwined
Mrs. Jack Y.IvingtonYelvingtonMercer Leon High School and is presentlyemployed Saturday evening June 6th at 7.30; around; the candelabra.were I The devotional was given by :WASH WEAR
at J. M. Fields in Tale o'clotk at the First Presbyterian Mn. Earl Schofield who closed the "
lahassee. Church. The Rev. Branson Mat- Garlands of greenery completed talk with prayer. Her subject wasGod's n (
I Marriage the decor of the table. Cutting "
The Kind of Woman" and was
wedding was performed at ney, Jr., performed the Impressive -
the cake Mrs. BrandtSeaalons
8 o'clock were very challenging and Inspiring
Saturday evening, May service against a background
30 In the and Mrs. Dan Willoth.I Reports from the various officers .
Vows Recited In Greensboro Temple Baptist Church, of cathederal candles and green-
Tallahassee. cry centered by a sunburst Two circular tables, which were made after which the
Those attending were Mr. and arrangement of white glads and were covered by handsome cloths visitation contest which was discussed

Mfr. Vera Mercer was married with a controlled bell silhouetteand Mrs. Melvin Falrclolh Jr., Mr. Fuji mums A white satin covered and draped with garlands of at last month's meeting and a .
to the Rev. Jack Yelvln ton accented by a side panel anda and Mrs. Quinton Paul, Mrs. Rose prayer bench was in front of the greenery; and flowers were cen put Into action Sunday was reported
In t ceremony Friday at the Flat Plot bow at the waistline. The Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. Jackie alter. Family pews were markedby tred by silver punch bowls. Pouring as being very effective.
freck Baptist Church In Greensbora bodice featured an oval neckline, Sullivan, all of Tallahassee.Luncheon satin bows, sprigs of flowers were Miss Ermine Owenby, Thirty five contacts through visitation '
had been
made and
Muss Patricia Thrower, Mrs. Lulh- reported
three-quarter length sleeves, and and ferns
The bride l Is the daughter of appliques of imported Guipure Held I Mrs Huston Rogers was organist Mrs.Hook,Wilson Mrs. Hlnson.Bobby Comes and vancement as proving of the successful work in in God ad. ..

Mr. and Mn. Carlton M. Mercer, lace etched with seed pearls and and Mrt. J. L. McNelll, Kingdom.The .
find the bridegroom is the ton of sequins At Jef'son HouseMr. Inter of the bride, was pianist.Mrs. Girls serving were Mist Bobby class voted to begin a Love
Mn. Jewell Yclvlnglon, Creent- Her headpiece featured an el. W. E. Woodward of Tallahassee Dow Munroe, Nancy Bates Fras- Offering for Miss Olllnette Ever- If want
boro and New Smyrna Beach. bow-length veil attached to t was soloist er Munroe, Laura Woodward, ard who does mission work in you your
The Rev. Thomas E. Cuttlno crown of teed pearls and sequins. Itorbert Gregory, who was The bride was given In marriage Laura Thrower, Penny Gilbert Mexico and was a former memberof summer suits to keep a %
performed the ceremony. The She carried a lace covered bible best man In the wedding of his by her father was Mary Lelia Gilbert, Ellen Mun the class. that ,vibrant lustre ti
bride was given I in marriage by dipped with two white orchids. I son, Harbert Scott Gregory and a full length white gown of bridal roe, Dlan Jetfcoat and Susan Mn. Carl Edwards closed the crisp y
her father. topped with two while orchids Mine Judy Woodward, Saturday silk. The lace on the trooped leynolds. meeting with prayer. of newness cleaning
A large tan arrangement otwhlta Her only jewelry was a diamond night, entertained with a Grooms.men's neck line was embroidered' with The refreshment table was covered During the social hour refreshments .I after cleaning, switch to
gladioli and two brass candelabra link bracelet, a gift from thegroom. Luncheon Friday at the beads and sequins. The long by a handsome white line and Christian fellowshipwere
Samtone service.
Jefferson Jlou e. A simulated car en embroidered cloth and centered our
decorated Die church sleeves terminated In points at enjoyed.
The bride wore a Ill'H't.IC'I'II.1h ATTENDANTS I almost a replica of that of the the wrists. Lace with beads and by a crystal epergne of white We treat your suits
dress of de sole, huhlnned I bride and groom with "Just Mar. mums snapdragons, gypsophiaila -
peau Mn. Betty M. Bentley, sister rled" on It, formed the center sequins trim was repeated on the and fern. May LuncheonFor gently,yet clean them
r of the bride, was her matron of piece. Tied to It trailing from front and back of the skirt I A fan shaped arrangement of so thoroughly they keep a auto
Mason Music 'honor and only attendant. She the back and sides were the gifts The three tiered shoulder length roses in shades of pink centeredthe Miss
veil' of silk illusion fell from a Laslie their of
sparkle new. yl
wore a blue brocade dress designed the groom gave to his attendants. mantel In the parlor and was
COMPANY with a high neckline and crown. ,She carried a prayer book :reflected in the overhanging mir ness. Special fabric
'
skirt A blue chlffcm topped with orchids showered ror. Roses were on .the coffee Miss Harriett Laslle bride elect,
U E. Washington Street overskirt with box pleats complemented Miss Laslie Is with satin ribbon. I table and at other points of Interest was the Inspiration for a beautiful conditioners restore

the dress. She carried t Maid of honor was Mist Elizabeth in this room. luncheon Saturday, May 23, !given body, resist wrinkling,
PIANOS ORGANS I fan arrangement ot Shasta daisies Honored At Tea Woodward, sister of bride, White glade fern and magnoliawere by Mrs. C. L. Duvall on Buck. And
discourage soiling. our
Band Instruments | Stanley D. Yelvlngton, brother and Miss Susan Woodward, sisters I in the hallways. man Road In AuRusla. Centering expert, professionalpress
of the bridegroom, served as hid Miss Harriett Ladle I bride elect of the bride, Mist Leewood Bates The tablo on which the bride's the table was a silver container of protects drape, shape and fit. Wash 'n wear
,
and Accessories best man. Hampton Mercer, was the honored at a beautiful: tea and Mrs, Williams Smith, Qulncy hook was placed was highlightedby white summer flowers. Place suits actually look better longer,wear longer, whenthey're
and Miss Jan Johnson, Cairo a beautiful cards of bridal _
brother of the bride, and Jerry arrangement ol were design.
Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 Smith served as when.Mn. rtl'tbt: John at D.he Reynolds Country, Mist Deanna Ewing, Atlanta were while roses, peonies and glads. The honoree was presented an Samtone dry'cleaned regularly Call todayfor

I B. Lamar Watson directed Club from 4 until 6 o'clock bridesmaids. Miss Kathy Woodward Keeping the book were Mrs. Bill epergne at a Memento of this occasion service.
Open MOD. Toes. Wed. Fit. the wedding. 20, May Ocala was junior bridesmaid. ifassey of Tallahassee and Miss .

4oSpea. AU Day 8st IIlrEI'TJO( Pink and white peonies In a They wore street length Shirley Wise of DeFunlak Springs Among! the 12 guests was Mn
The parents of the bridegroom Rllver epergni centered the refreshment dresses of light pink dacron, the Floor hosts and hostesses were Reynolds, mother of the groom-

-- bodices featuring quarter lengthsleeves .Irs. Mark Munroe Jr. elect.
table. This was flanked Mr. and I IMI'I.
I by dived candelabra and scooped necklines Mrs. Fred L. May Mrs. George tuner Jacobson assisted In
holding
burning white tapers. The skirts were straight with full W. Munroe, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. entertaining. I

MERRILL'SFRIDAY I Mixed summer flowers' were at oversklrti and a bow In the center Woodward III, Miss Mae Gregory,
points of Interest throughout the back Their veils were of rose Dr. Pat Woodward, Mr. and Mrs Couple'
I club rooms. net and they carried bouquets ol Randolph Thrower, Mr. and Mrs Engaged ;

Mrs. C. L. Duvall and Mrs. E. roses in darker shades of pink. P. C. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil .
Jacobean assisted. Mist Kathy The Junior bridesmaid) carried a Butler, Mand Mrs. Ernest Jeff. Party Honorees
SATURDAY MONDAY basket of coat, Mrs. J. W. Woodward Mrs.S. .
Reynolds, Miss Rosemary Duvall roses.Harbert Saturday night May 30 In Augusta .
.
C. Gregory served as CLove, Miss Sara May Love
Mist Carol Jacobson and Miss
Ga, Dr. and Mn. T. E.
Carla Bellman served. his son's best man. Joe Gregory, Mrt. T. R. Smith, Mrs. L. L. Wil
Queens and Bobbie Brooks A hundred and fifty guesli brother of the groom and Bill ls, Mn. Lee R. Munroe, Mr. and I honor Bailey of entertained Miss Harriett with Leslie a party and in
Mrs. L.
called Qutncv, Victor Butler, D. McMillan, Mr. and Mrs
during the
appointed noun Invent : John Reynolds, whose wedding FOR YOUR GARMENTS
to meet Miss Laslle, David Butler, Tallahassee. Tom Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Fred I will be an event of the near future.
Bill Potts and Howard Hodges, Dr.and Mrs.J.M. CM fin. The host and hostesses are
SHORTS SKIRTS May Youths Honor Edlngton Mobile, Ala, and John Mr. and Mn. J. C. Hlruon, Mrs: uncle and aunt of the groom to DRIVEJJ
McMillan, Stockton, Ala., were W. M. Robinson, Jr, Mr. and
Friends At Beach uxhcrs. Mn. George Bates, Mr. and Mn be.An epergne of Shasta dairies i m Lleani'rj
BLOUSESREDUCED Mrs. Woodward chose for her J. E. Gilbert Mr. and Mn. J. centered the refreshment table. IN
Miss Patricia May and Fount, daughter's wedding a champagnecord Buryl Hlgdon Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Beautiful arrangements of roees
May HI entertained a group rt f lace over apricot silk. The Griffin Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bates. were In the living 1'00I1and den CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETS
friends at Emerald Crest recent'ly. sheath dress featured a pleated Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Woodward Among the 30 guests were Mr.
20 % \ Swimming, flatting and seafood i pancU She wore matching accessories Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson and Mrs. John D. Reynolds, Jr. QUINCY FLORIDA
were on the agenda.Mr. and a corsage of blendingmet.
and Mrs. Don May and Mr.. ,
and Mrs Fount May sujeompanled!I The gronm'i mother won a Sea THE DEPENOABLESSUE LESS CARS.OF TM

the group.____. _. Green chiffon with a floating pan
el The bodice featured a neckline. Her accessories were
i matching and the wore a corsage'
CARAVEL of Troplcana roses I II
I The brides maternal grandmother '

MrsM.. W. Munroe was
A PRODUCT OF BULOVA dressed In a floor length dress of
French Pink tare over satin, and
matching accessories. Her corsage I
( was ot roses In shades of
'
firs lore-cost pink.

I Mr. R. D. Woodward, Sr., paternal *
grandmother wore a blue

lit watch Chantllly dress fashioned\ on soft
a lines with accessories to match.
Her corsage was of white orchids.

I The groom's maternal grand Not all leaders are born
mother, Mrs. D. A. Butler of
. Havana WIll dressed In a light
1a. "fit u 1 $e .a. blue linen lace featuring' a jacket

WATERPROOF and matching accessories. Her
F corsage was of white cymblduin .r.

orchids.A I
huge arrangement of white
peonies and glads were In the.
11 1 ,
fRESISTANT vestibule d the church. Mrs
I Ernest: Jetfcoat and Mrs. A. S.
Harris decorated the t'hurcIand I
M.... C V. Butler of Havana directed

I the wedding.
Following the ceremony the !e
bride parents entertained with a owe, "
reception In Fellowship Hall
Guests were greeted by Dr. and
Mrs. Taylor Wood Gntfin. Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Bates directed
them to the receiving line which some are made

was formed In the parlor. Mr.'
s and )Ira. Fred L. May Introduced

aalee, etNdM. CNaatiNI. S. them. ,
sa..Min ah,. M..r.M M M.a11..u at
.. Cs t.., ae.sa. Beautiful arrangements t TVs Mil VIM fM H mute. .. i tw M*.
... .... a.l.t.n,. white magnolias, glade and mums ratto kssdsdmt *It eS.yes wiN
.l..a e..1..ousters teaTM wed. ........ kttaMMI
ab.... U.n t..1. wen at focal points In Fellowship frt-fcM MM M ft* MM Mstfootai ...1.... Irskst 71.000-aUN 'B4 r
.... I...,.. a.s.st.51S5 /, d Hall. The bride table which eels. .IscnsM .M pan sn4 MMM t) *(TMM(ste L THe sold lilt ft M Isjtfttiis Oadgs"

-15.55 was covered by a white linen etc Ml SM IM*. .$sfae Ml eases. awes IS 116( .... Mr tMhn. *. eat paNdad ...... 1. TIll
broMend cloth was centered by .Ms csM I 'M Wn.Ol ft* !Ma tncM ear pop (ntht wlk Far t mt CM,)
the tiered cake which was decorated .:Swan took Ski use n tal kkt*ML Pws*.M H Muse Ik* sf.tt| pet rnssm to .*)W| soeM C CHRYSLER

on top with fresh towers ...*.MM aces IM_MtsMl.....*<.. I .. JIll ft* wa..4 srsM.sMtii .* *. --
carnation and white orrhWs. A M h.et tt Mm. an* -.I ** n. m ."fMs
ONLY $10.95 I, ruffle of net surrounded Vie cake : L The ton t tilt i...,art n..* y *. ***al Me idea tM M N M M.ieu M4
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II WOMEN'S PAGE II, Church Episcopal Notes ,I '



from SH. fsul'i I

Persona having Item ol social nature are urged to call We couldn't close ou. Sunday

MIL May S. Richardson at MAln 7-8503 Church School year withoul saying -
thank to the many who have
given of their time and talent to

.. carrying Mr the*. teaching G. Lunar load MunroeJr this. /i
Jut
5lCC
WSCS Circles ., Mr Frank Hlrains.; M.... Pat (

r..v' 9 Edwards; Mrs. Jack McMUIan; /
Have Mrs. Lee Hcwrtt, and Mrs. James On Thursday June 11th tw r t; af ,
n. MeetingsThe Southard this 1 ,
pttrUiMlarly liON hall fOUI"IkIlItt.1'111 tee of at the p & I
J Al're 4 t I expression of gratitude To the Sawano Club Hi 1 30. Partners
.. I Circles of the Woman's many alien who ssxinlcd teachIngwise for the pl.y1111 be drawn inv
e Society at Christian Service of or .dmlnlstrativoly we mediately bet IT the matches. 1
Centenary Methodist Church had express our appreciate \\a are In the Mol n( the evening ,taking A SPRING RECITAL was presented by the pupil of Miss Sandra L Skeene. recently

; i their first meetings of the new of now this in our Sunday summer the summer rrrrss and schedule at- bout hull hat timei there will be at the Thomas Memorial Baptist Church. Those taking part were, left la right: Chee

J 14\ -1 church year. will be In effect with sen- upper a probably in the rluhhouiw perfectly and delirious pnis Chee Shoiner, Theresa Carter, Judy Allen, Faye Sholner Delores Bryant, Kirby Morris, I
All circle chairmen reported ices only\ at I *m. and at ID a.m. will be awarded (or the recent Mis Skeenes, Ann Chester and Mary Shuler. Not pictured are Jeannie McLendonand

J '/ and having are had looking a very forward good to yew an, .the. It bishop i* this ot coming.Florida Sunday the thai Kt I Iy completed club tournament.n Carolyn Brockman. Photo by Martin's Studio

M J1 even better one this year. Rev. Hamilton West will be with
Q If there\ are women In the us to preach and to confirm at been visiting her parents Mr. Powell Csrraway "ed>lln( tn|I tantes.IIOMK
; church who are not members of the 10 a.m. irrvtc Ptoase do t and Mr*. E. H. Rouhm.' From Greenwoul Sunday were Mr and nitniirn
here went to Panama City Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. and Mm IHRRMIEH:
the Woman's Society of Christian all you can to be present fur the 'Jo/iflfJ I they rtKoiirrn
[ BETA SIGMA PHI officer Installed at the Jefferson Service, but would like to becomea service and for the brioj Informal l teach, accompanied by her ale Joseph. Sutler, Jr, Mr and Mrs. You can prepare delli'iou! h rheinied .
member please get In touch er Mrs C. R. Shaw, Jr. andchlliren Sam McMillan. Mrs. Ann Nicholson broilers any duty nl tip
which follows
I House are, left to right: Lois Ventry- treasurer, Linda with one ot the circle chairmen of reception the Women oj the Uiurvh(courtos). The) Paul, Cla>hot and Tommy Mex who have relumed home. Mrs Nina title, Mr. and year' right uiukT the droller\ urn
I Cookcorresponding secretary, Marguerite Ventry- or any member of the Society. service will be at 10 a.m., and >ndon 1"111" the weekend with, Miss Lecwoml Bntes of Orlando Mrs. Ormond Oarrmvay, Mrs. In your range:

I recordinq secretary, Delores Perry- vice president, and Circle No.. 1 met with Mrs. probably quite brief, so we can H'lr tank gnindpaiviiis McCall m ,rallahaiwee.Mr. and Mrs.: hal l hen visiting Bates.her parent, Mr. John W. Gephart and family, Mr.. Dip the broiler halves In I t'hanhng .<
and Mrs. M. B. ant Mrs. Frank Smith Jr., Tommy
I Martha Jane Smith president. Dick Suber as hostess. Mrs I expect the reception to get underway I woe and then place th non
._ George Dates, chairman, presided.Mrs. about 10: 49. The Bishop Mr and :Mrs. Don May and Idles Sara May Lo\* has returned Smith and John Richard Julio.a'n. a rack In the bridling pan 'it
.
.
: Bates gave the devotional will be enroule to New York short. fan and :Mr. and Mrs. Told Ir Clark-Smith Mrs. Fain New and the lesson which was on, I ly thereafter A bit of quibbling Bell I and family spent the and III... James J. Love wentto Mr*. Allen Canley loft 4 to 5 Inches "lousy tl-r broil,UK
"The Sea of Giving." A pledge for a moment, as I remind pa. end at Enu'ral Crr at. \l'l'Ck-1 attend the graduation of the day by plane! for Bonn, ,. M'1I1'1 unit Turn the rulvcs aloft every
Plans UDC PresidentMrs. service was observed. There trots of our Coke machine pleasenot Mrs. U S. Bell is visiting Litter'* grandson, Mike May from. While away she will shut many,,,10 minutes and bnnte them fa h
Wedding were eight members present. to carry bottle away from 111'1'1I In Vi'iiwn, .,". Slit high a'''101. They were accompanied places and attend an International tlnte It take about 30 11.11
,the church. The last two times panletl' Mrs. \\'. F. IVttts and two by Mrs. II. C. Curry who church meeting. minutes for the broilers to o- -..
Circle No. 2 with Mrs. J.
Are Announced N. F. Fain of Quincy was met daughters, who were. going to visited her snn and daughter In
Time detw-
B. Hixdon as ho tlith Mrs. the machine has been er\'Iced, we Mill Carole Davis, who recent'ly nd. nn the also nf tlierhliken
Installed as president of the Ana KsinaippI In visit relatives.Johnny law, Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Curry To ,
IbRdon, have been fared with bottle I graduate from Qulnry I High teal t the chicken tortom'n'se "
chairman
Miss Margaret Eugenia Clark Jackson Chapter United Caught Mrs. II. E. Morgan presiding. the .1 shortage, and ,,e respectfully remind TI>Inr I II visiting his and son. Mia Love returned to School accompanied her grandmother grasp the end of the
and David Edward Smith of Bat.' en of the Confederacy at i devotional and lemon which gave our parishioners and other unl'lr. llr U.>lrrt Taylor and Gainesville Monday to spend a Mrs. S. P lloliuuonto leg tare and twist the leg. If
tie Creek Mich., and Cape Canav< I' luncheon meeting last Tuesday, "The Sea of Giving" She also wason ,patron that "Tliou halt not iinnlv lit UikcUndMil. few dais Love and aixompany. Mn. her home In Quanah Texas. the Joint moves easily me meatIs
eral will be married at 2:30: Sat June 2 In Tallahassee Morn Catherine conducted the pledge service steal! We art legitimately concerned James Skipper and son James home.Mn. While there they/ will go to New urday afternoon, June 13 at the Martin of Panama City There wc.j eight members with the drain on Ann'ri- Terry spent Ihe vvivktnvl at ftelet J. R. Anwlronu I II In Star Mexico where Carole will lake ---- -
First Baptist Church Qulncy treasurer of the Florida Division Circle No.. 3 met with present Mrs.F. can gold; we are more Immediatey Beach with 1\ grump nt girls' City, Arkansas Willing her mother an art course. Sha will be away BIBLE VERSE
The Rev Thomas E. CUttino will 1 was the Installinz officer. P. Williams as hostess. Mrs.A. concerned with the drain on Sylvia skip| perform the ceremony. 'Real' daughters" of the Confederacy B. Blackburn, chairman Episcopal Cor* Cola bottle. Cora lamson and l' it Barbree.Mr I Sails Bmtick has retimed
Nuptial music will be presentedby m..mbrrs'hOle lath. presided. Cola and Episcopal commercials and Mrs Auulon Mi>' from Miami where she attendeda "", .. kln( Mr*. Bill Bricker, organist en were Confederate veterans, Mrs. Blackburn gave UK devotional both courtesy of the writer) London, Mr. and Mrs. Melvtn Abey meeting of the Child Welfare TOHOMEMAKERS like unto' a (rain 4 militant axed,
Vocalist will be Mrs. Joseph S. were honored guests at the reading John 17: -11 and Speaking now u a friend and Mr. unit,I Mrs. ? 'tutu Max- League.Mr wtilrh a man lack, and mescal h,
dark of Tallahassee luncheon at the Capital Oty using the Upper Room. colleague, I regret that Ute Methodist well and Mr. and Mrs, Wayne *. Everett Munroe and till flHd."
The bride will be given in marriage Country Club. Mrs Malcolm Nicholson system of rotation lakes :Maxwell: and Mr. and Mr*. Larry. mother were In Moultrie this I. Uher I I. this verne rollllidt
by her father. Edgar Eugene ; Among those honored wa Miss the lesson on "The Sea of gave Civ- away from us the Reverend Tom arrtkh spent| the weekend at Men.co weekend on business.Mr By Marjorie Ik Gregory } Who ep. >rte 1<< these _II'
dark. Her attendants will Mortimer Burnett of Gretna. InK," a pledge. ....rvll't'. Kelsey, who' his been paste ot lk>ach.Mr *. E. II. 1\llIlhll'l QuIncy and S. Where were they spoken"
he Mrs. T. Lynn Woll hater of Mrs. L. L. Willis of Quincy attended There were 13 member !the Forest itills Melho tl t Church: :. and Mrs. Jame Jnhnmn, Mrs L. W. f'nw'IMrs.\ Lamar litmus nwta.Wlr.thrs Agent 4. I. this parable feud else*
Tallahassee, muter of the bride. the luncheon meeting. present. We will all mllll his quirk humor daughter Mrs Evelyn:: Uatson andlitlld.n Miller and Mm. Robert McDavid\ oII' E nxm 'I\jtl! RIG where In the Bible
matron of honor; and Miss Karen Circle No 4 met with Mrs. T. I and fine mind We weleisne as Jean and Nancy spent' of Havana have left on an Barbecued broilers rooked over
Clark and Miss Belie dark, sisters W. Griffin as hoMem. Mrs. M. B. hi* replacement. the Keveimd Sunday at Carrabelle lii-ach. "Around the Weil" heir and will charcoal make good pliiile food ,i...wrr. to Itlhleena
of the bride. Luncheon For Bates, Jr., chairman presided Curtis Uonner, she will. imagine, Or. and :Mrs. W. It. Jordan' visit In California, Washington whether lust for the family or I Mnttliew II St.
Dean Smith of Costa Mesa, Mrs. 1. L. WWII the devotional I move Into the parsonage during hat I' returned to their home In Oregon CanariN and other points for several prrsm But barbecued 7 JI'en..
Calif., will serve as his brother's Wedding Party using as gave her subject I this week. Ave et vale1 TheIIa.t 1 iartow alter having 111'I'I1It.1'/ !' to I Mrs. tenter Wcmlbery. Jr. and broiler without sauce are .1 From a host IV the seaside.
best man. Croonumrn: Tli beAlbert Christ telling the Diwlples to become of our current set of Inquir a"rnd( rte wedding ot her nephew. ion of Welenk. Ga. arrived last like bread without butter The 4 W; Mark 4: 30 and Luke
Cox ol Quincy, Scott Gregory" and Mill Judy week for visit with her parents,
: MINI Sara May Love Mm. TomL. "Fishers of Mrs" Mrs. meeting will be held this I a barbecuing out I\I a tasting ma n it
Wollschlager Tallahassee! ; Jun Maxwell Mrs. M. B. Rates, V, Illis shin had the program hlch I Friday evening I at the Rectory at Woodward Their daUl.1I1I'r MIll Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnson. terial. Brush It on the broiler
Spear Miami; and Bill Parker,; s Hgnon Jondiii who was aim herehas Dick Mimm ot Atlanta has returned
Mrs. Lloyd Massey, Mn. W. M. was a pledge service There were pin. W* hope that all will he halve every few minute during We have met several pe 1,11 l
Cape Canaveral. Robinson Jr Mrs. T. W. Griffin, 10 member present. on hand It was a rare pleasure rvturned to Atlanta. home following a chit herewith the cooking operation *ho are willing to mind our biuw
Following the ceremony, thebride's Mr and Mr*. Jaine Johnainand his mother, MI' Pat Munroe. ..
last night Io have had BAKRKUIC: BUIK\ u. -
Mrs J. C ilinson, Mrs. J. Buryl I IHlgdon Circle No. 5 met with Mrs Bob a meal
parents will entertain Mrs. J. M. Griffin, and Lester, Jr., as hostess with Mrs.Lt..tl'r. with a group of foreign students Mrs. E. C MahauVy had as I enough hoe lit halves) iii'm t--- -
with a reception in the church guest Saturday llwir sister, Mrs and Mrs. Lee Ray MunmeMacon
:Mm T R Smith entertainedwith chairman, presiding.Mrs. !from FSUII ho were going to Mr. 1 cup tasking oil
I tWN'T OdfA1'tSt tit
parlor.All. a beautiful luncheon at the Fred Klbilka gave the devotional speak to the Women Paul Clark and daughter Mrs. Joe: III spent the weekend with 1 pint elder vinegar a.-r./.hl. ."..... ..,..,,....
friends and relative are Quincy \\omon Club Saturday and the Icsan. The lesson Church a Buddhmt rotThi: King and children ot Chaltahoolire. his ns tlx'r, Mrs. l.e R. Munroe 3 lahleapmns salt ....1.. 1111"11I ".... Aepic ".,.....
Invited to attend the ceremony and land, a delightful and attended the WoodwardGregory 1 tahlrapmm p.dlry.onln.. .,.... 'N N.ww.tstr .......
noon Guest were the Woodward- was on, "Stewardship. A young woman, ....... .
reception Mr and Mrs. AI Roberts otNlatiara wedding.Mrs. '''1. Saws .. .....,..
Gregory wedding parry and out pledge service was observed.r7ers magnificently! dressed; a Hindu N. V. i teaspoon pepperegg 554 ..,..."... sells ...1". ."....
Fulls, have relum and Mn
of town visitors here for the wed were eight members pres.ant. from India. very earnest and In : i .t Munme 5.511... r... ,.. _..., LNrIalt.
tense about ed hew following a visit with George W Munron left Monday Beat tile then add ...
his religion egg the oil foul //b.5.5,10
Mr. and Mrs. Larry McNeil ding. Light yellow mum were in Moslem from ; and a Mr. and M.... llmiry JiAnsonMr for University Pork Mel to at and heal & ,..,_ If ... ........ ,.., daob.
and daughter have returned to the entrance. Wild hydrangea Circle No. ( met with Mrs. T. Ind'1I11'11111. a young *. Norimui Jordan left Mun-. tend the (Vhey Brown wedding, 11(1111Add other Ingredients ...> .. my ..r.. >..... TitlitV
club man, quiet and and Kir You
their home In Columbia, S. C.. highlighted the room wherepuwh A. Ferguson with Mrs. W. II knowledgeable. may vary at
visit 'lxr law and
day to son In
Thursday followed by a
rwrp-
was nerved from tablescovered Summerford as cohotUni.Us. the recipe to suit Individual I r. r. 'MIY Ditffl hrs.I .
having come to attend the wedding white linen embroidered daughter Mr. and Mrs. till llol Him at the Shoreham lintel.ThiiM _
by
ot her sister Miss Judy Woodward cloths Everett Morrow chairman,: Hospital Report lowly In Hartford. Ala. attending' Ute grwhiatloflnf
and Scott Gregory. presided. Mrs. J. A. SneU gave Mrs. A. U. tiaiip boo ntumtd Mis Cecelia Jester at Leon
While Rlaita were on the buffet the devotional reading 19 verses Admiwlon*: June 2 through from a three works vult with her High R-hn.,1 miay night were I HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
table and day lilies and Ivy on the ut the 14th chapter of John and June S- John C. McAfee, Mrs. mn In law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Newherry,
Positive Protection other tables also using the t'pper Room. Mrs. Gladys Mills, Mrs. Nora Cox, G. Mrs. Jerry Owens and family InGave. Mrs J n. Newherry. Mr. and CARS
I Honteiwes Rave the hhnoree* a Morrow gave the lesson on, '"1'he I A. Gilbert Cecil JYIce Mrs. Loll anil
Mrs. RiraM' Jester son Clay, USED PARTS for all makes
Against TERMITES! blanket a* a memento of this nice Sea of Giving," a pledge service. Glover Hugh Stephen! Mrs Carolyn Mrs. a O. Harriett and children Julncy, Mr anti Mn Emory Jester
I affair Thl'reI era 14 members pres: Teacutk, Miss Lisa Clark, have retumfd frun a weeks va- and "",.. II. C. Jester, Bain- oi Cart and Trucks
Sixty-three guests enjoyed the ent.Circle Mrs. Patsy Wilson. Alters 1- rallies at Mexb-o lleach. Mr. UidHe.tCdwarrl.
luncheon. No. 7 met with Mr*. Roy UauRhlry, Mn. Ilelle Dolan, J. U larm-lt >1I.l11llUIl.n for the woek Bo Bo Reane' hal HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
Strickland as huIIll'''. with Mrs Covington, Jr., Qulnry; Thomas W. left Fart Jacluim. BUY JUNXTD CABS
Mrs. Mercer Bishop R. W. Porter chairman presiding Green Mrs Emily: Martin K R.San.nn I end.Dr., and Mrs. 1. G Fortim IUKehllilren ( 'r.alnJ.It 1C22 W. r.U.non MAin 7.7115
J Mrs. Norman laWn the ikvntlonal !, Greensboro, William II.
gave
Hostess At of Mtyk'ttss.: have Anumg the attmrtlna the
Bridge
and lesson, which was on :Qulnsey, Mrs Juajlila Uuinaey, -- --.----
"The Sea of Havana; Mr* Virginia
W ITM I The Tuesday morning duplicate Giving which was Zennln.
bridge club played at Mr*. Mercer a pledge service. Taltahassee; Mrs. Carolyn J.
There t Boylan, Oran "bul'lr. S.
were members prment I Caro
this week.
Bishops Colorful
summer
At the close of the meetings asocial lina; Mlu Ellen: Crews Bristol;
flowers In the
were living
hour was enjoyed and the I Mrs. Gussie AU Dt'wtsa, tain-
and dining rooms Novelties were hostess bridge, Ga. and Ben De' from the
rltHMI-TIUTII UJIIIII awarded for prUoi. Sandwiches, served delicious refresh tlll..hI'e.lIIR11L'J. n Chat- Escape ordinary.

found Tilttd out 10 con.d.nll.Ullh.nihbars l I.t.Iy" hems.as sad. cookies, coffee and Coca Colai ments. : Mr and Mrs. Wil .
Salts rtddtnr You n..dn't were served liam
Agerton, \
girl, JUIM 2 Mr.
.. .. ;
worry bout thtu d lrueti Hi- Winners wore Mr*. Fisher Williams and Mr .
loci It you r v' rour irchlttct, w and Mrs E. C Love, tintMrs. Birth Announcement Vladmin Zermin. boy
Wolmimr.d June Mr.
bards .e.dIe prowour. Ii; and "' "I. Howard
< lf..l.d lumbr. Walmin".d Maurice Owens i d Mrs. IinyUn, boy June 1
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harris and Mr and
lumbar |'IVM pastas protKtKM Sam hug k r, second Mrs. Ben
.limit. .."" .nd rot 'll.ek. Yol (Juanita Dean), 2813 Mission Mrs. Riley Wllm. boy, June A.
th,. It aI.", "I.ord .dd. .NMthan Duncan and Mr*, lletiry VYein- Road Tallahassee
announce Die
2% laths sot at ice horn berg third.
birth ot a sin, David Paul Harris. Birthday Parly
Writ or colt today for i
He born 30 at Tallahassee
mi BOOKLCT was May Mrs. Ben Duncan rm-rlained
Mrs Jack Ilardln of Amanllo Memorial lloipjtal and with a party In honor of her son
S.. or till your local umbel Texas and MIM Lynne Ilardln of weltfied nine pounds, four ounces rOlTl'tlt who was six years old
dealer or Post fc Lumber Dallas Texas left Saturday after His brothers are Terry Lee, age rrlda,. The group of little friends
Preserving Company visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hill Davis ( and William Dean, age 4. Grandparents enjoyed playing various games
coming to attmd the graduiitlon of are Mr. and Mrs. PaulDean and in playground ruipmrnl.
Phone (27-1075 Miss Carole Davis from Qulncy Quincy and Mrs. D. W., The birthday rake with six
I rich School, Harris Jacksonville. candle centered the refmhrnrnt
I table lie cretin decnmled an
101
imal ermkle. and On-a-Oila* were
served.

Approximately fnrly friends pry
Look Joyed the ocrailon with F'oteN.
Forward
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PACK EIGHT CADSDEN COUNT TIMES, QU1NCY,. FLORIDA,_THURSDAY_JUNE! 11, 1164

'Craig Oil Co. 0 I I race up and down the keyboard
RECREATION 7rernnhnro 0 0'Sometimes I'd get more Inletcitcd / I
"OIITII'1I BASEBALL CLINIC In the piano than the movie. rJona C
FILM Well think I'll meander over FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY JUNE 21ST!
NEWS A total of BS Including 81 boys to the post office and see who ,
and 12 adult representing our they have on the bulletin board. I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sechrert and
youth baseball leagues a* player, know several who should be there. ion Mark will arrive this week.
By pona limn conches and umpire: attended our Well, bye-bye for this week) end from their home In Kings- SHOP NOW FOR GIFTS AT
sixth annual baseball clinic last Term., for a vMt with her
MEN'S BLOW FITCH P. S. -- Get well soon, Douglas port
SOFTBALL Saturday morning. Bout All ot u* miss you. parents Mr. and Mr*. It L. Morris
Game schedule for the week: Outstanding film were obtained and with his parent, Mr. and
June 11- Talquln Coop. vs. Joe on pitching, hitting and the Mr*. J. C. Sechrwt Their children
Wedele, Inc.; June 18- Randy1 basic rule to instruct by audiovisual Mother of Quincy MarcIa and Arthur have BELK HUDSON'SIN
va. Massey DroW\. aids the basic fundamental been here visiting their grandparent -
WOMEN'S SLOW-riTCU of the game. Resident Dies for a week or so.
SOFTBALL Recipients of till new baseballs Mr*. Huston Rogers Is In Blrm-I
June 11- Agettet vs. QuIncy; given a* early bird prize were: Funeral service will be conducted Ingham visiting her ton and QUINCY DURING THEIR BIGMEN'S
June IS- Quincy vs. Lady Bugs: .Wayne Conrad, Sandy Young and for Mr Julia Morrison laughter In law, Dr. and Mrs.
ti IS p.m. at Jim Meiser rWd No. Ronny McDaniel all of the Buttram of Cottondale at 10,30: James H. Rogers an new ton,
1, Tallahassee. Frosty Mora Junior Little League C.S T tats morning, June 11 In who was bom Thursday. He has
BENIOB LITTLE LEAGUE team.Needles the Hnprwell Methodist Chul'I'hnpar been named James Huston Rogers
(ages 10.12.> to laY, most of the tlorala Ala. The Rev. H. P. JL He weighed eight pound, WEAR SALE I
thru week ending boys present were on time for the Chlldi and the Rev. Jake Brown three ounce and was born at the
J Standings Won Los film will officiate Interment will follow University Hospital, Birmingham.
Klwanis/ 7 0 In the Hopewell Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. John lilnson and
Jaycees J :2 Mrs. Buttram, widow of the 110II John Allen BUtch left Sunday Items Priced To Save You !
Atlanta attend
Lions :II a late Rev. C. J. Buttram, was bornin for to graduation Many, Many Specially Money
or their
DeMolay :II 4 ton Alex from Emory
Ellaville, Ga. She was a member I
Rotary Exchange 0:2 6 9 AROUND Church.of the Mrs.Cottondule Buttratn Methodist passed University.Mr. and Mn. Phil Spear and Attention all menl Attention all meal Shop Belk Hudson's in Quincy for the most outstanding .

TOP TEN HI'1TERawire away Tuesday, June 9. children Spears and and his her mother lister Mrs., Miss P.IL values In pants, shirts Bermuda Shorts, pajamas, plus many more Items. Here

work ending June I) The Survivors Include two daughters Corlne Well of Ozark, Ala., have Is a men's wear promotion timed Just right to sore you money when the summer season
layer team ab h aVI. Miss Blanche Buttram, Mar- returned from several days in
Is values find
Glover, J 22 13 .801 SQUARE manna and Mrs. John Lawrence, Atlanta.Mr. Just beginning! Here are ust a few of the wonderful you'll at Belle-Hud

Stephens, D 20 11 .550 Auburn, Ala.; three sons, Wayne and Mrs. Tom Colemanand son's In Qulncy!
Bass, R 15 T .467 E suede' VI. Buttram, Quincy, Glen But- children of Albany Ga. spent
Byrd, J 18 8 .444 tram, Auburn, Ala., and Worth the weekend with Mr. and Mn
Chandler, K 16 7 .438 Buttram, Dallas, Tex; three sis- Ernest Bailey.
arouse, L 17 7 .412 tern, Mrs E. W. Butcher, Laurel Mn. George Durel and daughter : Men's Broadcloth
Edwards, R 10 3 .800 1111, Mrs. Chester Nobles, Flnr- Phyllis Ann ot Mobile have returned
Cody, L U 8 .400 The farmers are priming tobacco ala, Ala., and Mrs. Ruth Steele, : home following a visit herewith Short Sleeve a
Hewett. K 52: .400 like mad out in the coun: Jrestvicwj: two brothers TomMorrison her brother and sister In law,
Woodson E 10 4 .400 try. And the tobacco is growinglike Laurel 1 lull, and H. D Mr. and Mrs. James Skipper, coming
about Morrison, Panama City; and 15 to attend the graduation of
JUNIOR LITTLE LEAGUE: mad you can just
grandchildren.The DRESS SHIRTS
ace it grow. We had a real nice her niece Sylvia Skipper.
(Ages M) Sawdust-way finally. ButlerMorgan: Funeral Miss Paula Lailie, student at i
rain out
BTANDHOS Won Lm That business of irrigating tobacco Home was In charge of arrangement Oilpola College, Marianne, I Is
Edward 2 0 .
King is 'bout the pending summer vacation with
and
night( day White Only
Frosty Morn 2 I 0 world. her parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
hardest work In the
Fryer Quincy Smith Telephone Motors 0 0 ;2 2 Bytheway that little ditty Alex S. Ferrell Ladle.Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bryant and T\ Reg. $2.99 Each \ Yore I Iay
last week
BABK RUTH LEAGt'JII(11M about Dempsey Cain two daughters have returned to \ '
11.17) was written by Marcia JailletUnderstand Death VictimFuneral their home in Jacksonville fol- !
Team Won loot ihe Is a very gifted owing a visit with his parent,
Standard Oil 1 0 writer. Another bytheway that service for Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Bryant.
Masonic Blue 1 1 little ditty was purely fictitious.had lust 3. Ferrell, 83, a well known loin Henry Faulk Is visiting in x is ) DURING THIS SALE
whose
A mother son
Attapulgu 0 I and had former resident of Quincy, who Atlanta and other Georgia towns %
home from college
PONY LEAGUE come died at Monroe Memorial Hospital with relatives. ''
(are 1H4) Won Lm immediately departed for the In Ocala Wednesday night Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Smith and I 3i. BUY ONE.SECOND ,
Came Playthings! 1 <0 beach was reading the personalsIn after a short illness were held family and a croup of young peo-
"Oh, she
the local paper. pie have been : :
Sunday at the Crawtordvllle Methodist vacationing at their ONE
said, "I see my son is home.
Panama
City Beach
Church with the ReverendW. cottage.
SEPTIC TANK 'Is he?" remarked a friend.A D. (stewart officiating. I Susan Smith, student at Birmingham SPECIAL
approached a famous I
woman Southern College, Is spend. ONLY $1.00One
Burial wa In the Crawfordvllle
SERVICEVACUUM psychlatist and said, "I wish you'd log several week with her Q
parent
see my husband. lie blows smoke Cemetery. t' r PURCHASE ;
Mr.
and Mrs. Ben F. Smith. a
rings through his none and it Bom October e, 1885 In Wa
I frighten me"'I kulla County, he was a retired 7TU FLEET Men's "Botany
automobile salesman, and a
with that,
see nothing wrong
said the doctor. "I don't think member of the Westminister Presbyterian A navy carrier squadron has Group Men's SALEON
Summer Wash 'N Wear
the
Church of Tallahassee. rejoined main body of the 7th
that Its unusual for
so terribly I
Fleet in the Pacific bringing the
someone to blow smoke ring Survivor are two brothers, E.
SWIM TRUNKSAll
through his nose." C. Kerrell Sr. ol Crawfordvllle, farce of big attack carriers in DRESS PANTSDacron
and Frank Ferrell ot Wakulla Far Eastern waters back up to
"But, replied the woman, "My
three at a time when the mall is Kinds and Colors
husband doesn't smoke." County, also several niece and II
A boon to the working housewife nephews. building In Laos. Normally the MEN'SJEWELRY' and Rayon
frozen French fries. Il Pallbearers were TUlli Strlck. Navy space it* three 7th Fleet' Reg. $2.99 and $3.99
CLEANED took me a to discover them. land, C. J. Spear, Bert M Thomas attack carriers In such a way to' Reg. Priced at $10.99to
REPAIRED Two rear people don'l t Otis Langston, W. B. Alb.1tton, cover all vital areas from Si I' CLOSING OUT AT
use enough I Is "Thank You." 1 t and J. B. Miller.Hanna berla, Japan, Korea, Formosa $12.99

J 627-8403 Just may be people are being" affected and and Red Southeast China Asia.to the Philippine ONLY $1.00 PAIRMen' SWANK WEEK AT BELK'S
I INl9hll time of with year."tobacco nerve thU I Reunion I THIS


627-6866 skimpy-restaurant Someone rations'was serve fussing one of"They about the local just the Slated Juno 28 ly may Snappy Indicate be ordinary talk superior doe, common"Nd.1 not Intellect neN'_aarI.it, SummerPAJAMAS TIE BARAND ONLY $6.99 PAIR


QUINCYVAULT give you enough to make you The descendants of John Burrel
mad.. Hanna (1813-1895) will gather at I I'I
CO. We were talking about old-tlmey Glen Julia Park in Mwnt Pleasant ness.ELECTRICAL'' MEN'S
movies In the office the other day; Sunday, June 28 tor their an- Wash and Wear, \ CUFFLINKSET
VAULTS MONUMENTS and telling the young'uni' In nual reunion and homecoming. (/ Fruit of
there how much fun they were Lunch will be served picnic 'I Short Sleeve, Il
MAINLINE DRIVE especially the silent ., 'Mem;;: style at the noon hour and al SERVICE Knee Length p L The LoomSHORTS '
QUINCY tar how when the buffalo world who attend are asked to bring a
stampede, the_piano_player_would picnic basket so there will be Compare at $3.99 \
.\
-- plenty for an. Anything from wirelag \ Req. $2.95SPECIALI .
Anyone having or who I Is ableto I a house to replacing : ONLY $2.57 PR. I' In All SizesSPECIAL
obtain information on births, !
t KINARD ENTERPRISES, Inc. death or marriages, with actual a light bulb -
dates and names on the Hanna or !
CHARLES DHABI; Owner side ot the family Is asked to l $1.50 SETPlus
Remodeling Addition please notify Marcus Hanna Quln Ike Shepardat 2 Pair $5.00 3 PAIR $2.00
cy, or Talmadge Slay, Chattahoo-' Tax
i NEW CONSTRUCTION chee. This Information is needed,
Garages Carports Porches ,to help complete the family's his --- ------

Roofing Siding Cabinet I tory.All descendant and friends of I SHELFEHBLITCHFURNITURE I Men's Fruit of the Loom

Florida Rooms Enclosure the Minna Family are Invited to I CO. i: One Group Men's
attend and enjoy the fellowship'
"No Job Too Larq. ot Too Small" MAIn '..ISUR. I UNDER SHIRTS

Havana Phone 627.8495 The man who knows It all is as **. 1515432I -
Highway I Wsrthouie Ph. MAIn 7-1100
dangerous a the who know
man BERMUDA SHORTS
I nothing. I V 3 FOR $1.45


In Paisley Prints

CHEVELLE by Chevrolet
f Factory Ticketed at $5.99 Pair

FRISKY AS IT CAN BE..F1NE A BUY AS YOU CAN GET (even finer now!)
CLOSING OUT FOR

Trado "N Travel Time U running out at your Inside, tho trpnolstciy over Its wldo foam- V I
Chevrolet dealer's. This is about ,our lost Cushioned neat is soft, durable vinyl 3'
chance to get in a whole summorful of fun with We don't' want anything playing havoc with ONt $1.00 PAIRSHOP

a beautiful buy like a Chcvcllo Malibu wagon.Let Chevello's good looks if vacant elp it.
UI point out some loss obvious pleasures. fTRMETTMVtft All in aD there are 11 different Chcvolks
It has curved side windows-not just for TIME J Ifing offered during Trade W Travel Time. EARLY FOR THIS
looks, but to gin you mow shoulder room. i 7 "" Wagons, coupes Super Sports convertibles,
It has those self-cleaning rocker panels IIMMUT sedans Oae's aa beautiful a buy as the other. t'r

beneath the doors that resist rust. easwwait rumsMoa It's up to you.Hut hurry,whatever you dot OUTSTANDING VALUEI! ,

Cftmto sMfe s..M.ww AoMw Wass
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I-I\\ SUMMER SUITS

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In Dacron and Cotton

l and Dacron and Rayon

Wash 'N WearREGULARLY
f '
$29.99

SPECIALLY PRICED FOR

t. FATHER'S DAY AT

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ONLY $25.00

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OF THE MANY. MANY ITEMS

r,., \ YOU WILL FIND AT BELK-HUDSON'S

..5....... ;..... i1 Men's Summer IN QUINCY DURING OUR BIG

: :: 1 SPORT COATS

I ,.! .. l- \_ MEN'S WEAR SALEDenim
and Cotton
-s.: In Dacron
. ."' 'f' : ';.I.... and Seersucker

CHECK THE T-M-T DOU;; CM CHETBOtIT e CHCTDH CHETT III CORUH AMfl tOBfETTE: MOW AT TOM CHET8CUT DUUn Regularly Selling for $2123 SO SHOP BELKHUDSON'SAND


03 TOSS Priced During AND

This Sale For

MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO. I ONLY $18.00 POCKET THE DIFFERENCE!


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FOR THE MAN WHO COMES TO DINNER. PRICES
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EFFECTIVE-JUNE 11 12 & 13TH

WHOLE KERNEL I PAL IGA FRUITCOCKTAIL
or CREAM PEANUTBUTTER
IGA CORN CORN BLACKBURN b CANESYRUP


2 Cons 303 29c 2 Jar Lb. 49c 2 Cans 303 49c NO. S JAR 39c




LOVER VALLEY GRADE "A' MIX-OR-MATCH TABLERITELUNCHEON
CRY-O-VAC WRAPPED
HENS MEATS
Spiced Luncheon_

Pound 29 C Pickle Liver or&Bologna Cheese Pimento-- 4 6Oz.Pkgs. 99


TABLERITE GROUND every pound of TABLERITE o

CHUCK MEAT...is a pound of r

I Pound 59c EATING PLEASURE!
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When it comes to pleasing that man in your \
family,youll find nothing is more dependable
TABLERITE than IGATebleRite Meats.Every cut that you \ r .
select is guaranteed tender and flavorful. If J 1 \\ +
FRANKS you are completely satisfied we will give ,=, "' c, r
you your money back plus your purchase. _? U 4e
I So if you want to be sure of success at meal v
12 01.
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split second of tune, could vole
Too Late gainst each and every candidate j
III the running. j
It would be done with the tin- ]
FILL YOUR CART VUDTHWALL'S To Classify ile down.push of an offside (seer,
conspicuously labeled Not" on
the facade of the voting machine;
B, Rue*- L Kay and after such convenient expecton -

You know, It i nice to be able of disaffection, the sovereign
citizen could step from behind the
1
favorite
to ill back and enjoy your
curtain with a sense of gladness
radio and television programs
without having them sit or having taken it out on WW).
s '7 I, y sv k cluttered up with appeals from body on the board. lied be up
lifted with kind of
a religious at-
I ambitious politicians
lacy
Now r'm not against politicians,
J realize that they are a necessaryevil "Today," this rather unorthodox
and more often than not I'm gentleman has said to me, ")00
downright lOrry for the poor 110 dutifully Into the polling plait
KING COLE SUPERMARKET clucks particularly those who lose
enter the sacred booth, scan the
but It seems to me we outfit to posted listing of saviors of suite,
find a better method of selectingour nation and civilization, and perhaps .
officials than we have at wish to the eternal gods you

present; could vote for anyone elite, from
bad
Television commercials: are the town drunk to Beelzebub
enough but political announcements
worse. "All right In such a situation
and speeches are
We have learned from watching wouldn't it be wonderful to have
SIRLOIN STEAK 79c commercials that nobody In his It so a single manful punch would
right mind believes a cockeyedword record a soul-satisfying 'No!",
o./ they say, they couldn't and venue the whole caboodle! Its
retain their sanity, but the polit my Idea of a fifth or sixth great
hemming and American freedom.
ice! stuttering
hawing Is downright pathetic Back in my old home town we
FRESH PORK NECK' A poor, dumb owl who handles had 4 man named Jones or
himself fairly well on the stumpor maybe It was Smith who, any.
at a reception, just naturallyfalls way, was viciously against h.s
I apart when you put him in party s ticket, top to bottom, worn
BONES 5 lbs. 4ge microphone i camera the local bosses had unduly In-

SMOKED SLAB i t'd.t pitiful part of it Is fluenced the nominations. ColUcally >
I they pay plenty for the privilegeof : he wu the year round
making a lot of folks mad because Joy killer of the bailiwick, but
they were gypped out of a was often so right It hurt And
BACON I good program that they had counted believe me, there still aura a
I on listening to Who, I ask man in every community, whether .
would rather hear a candidate the neighbors like hint or not.
than "Hazel" or "This Was the 'lies always around, and he
Week That'u1" rates the chance for full and Joy.
Some day somebody will come ous self-expression. The No''"
up with a political program that lever In the voting booth would
2ge will have enough pep, punch and irowde for him the opportunity I
'
go-get-em to hold an audience ws always been denied, a way I Ito
Iba They will stage a good dd western smack the guys he doesn like,
+ FRESHLY GROUND I gun tight between followers (If] all at the same time and all in a
U Johnson and Coldwator, or em. bunch; and also, which is equally
ploy Marshal Dillon as a bodyguard .I Important, It would mean the
L' for the candidate for Democratic friends and kin would have In
Committeeman hear less of his griping and
BEE F If Hazel made up her mind grouching all the way to any next
she was going to sell her boy election"
SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED >i friend as a candidate for govern
or she would set all his opponentson End quote It will be a long
their ear and wind up by electing time before this courageous advocate
him with a landslide. of the all-inclusive 'No'!"
s In my book there is nothing gets the green light for his innovation
HAM 3 Lb. $239 I more boring than to see some on voting day, But Enter
Call 3 $100 poor owl slung behind a desk son anticipated the idea long ago,
lbs.Is I glaring under the lights and try. when he said he loved the "No".
'ng to convince a molt or less people a lot better than those always .
non-existing audience that hes ready to "Yes the measure .
jods chosen to be their savior or the man.
No matter what the guy says, hispaid
stall and a few followers (Hill column invlles correspondence
will sit and clap like trainee addressed personally
seals while the rest of the customers or in care of publications In whichit

COCA COLA Bt1 6ge PETMIL raiding are the Ice out box.I in the kitchen appears"

I have yet to hear a political announcement .
TI DE or speech that iin Rodger SchofieldIn
pressed me anymore than "34
(per cent fewer cavities" or "Mrs Sea ExerciseUSS
I Goof didn't know she was on

I K camera.Then election" FREMONT Roger P.
APKINS night is always a
Schofield USN, of
grand and glorious headache. seaman son
25e 3 ,
Count BoxesSTOKLEY'S : I an Maybe overworked some folks announcer enjoy hearing keestammering of Mr.Quincy and Mrs participated Lawton in Schofield a sea

assault exercise May :2 at St.
over and that
over
Florent. Corsica aboard the attack .
whoa IOoIIJ1d.1O It had has a slight so many lead,votes and the and transport ship USS Fremont,

repeat himself for hour after hour. operating the Mediterranean asa
3 Tall 39c 79c If they would Just give the unit of the Sixth Heel
you
Fremont carries combat
ready
20 Oz.
1ge CmisBottls totals every half hour and cut out
CATSUP the gab and gusto wouldn't it be Marines for sea assault landings.
Fremont Is scheduled to return
Just as effective without
Interfer-
ing with your favorite program, to Norfolk, Va In midJune.GRtni .
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even the lousy onesMaybe ? '
II INSTANT if I owned a radio or Coravallls ATES; AT Ore II Lawrence
B Oz. Jar television -
station I
might feel dif
Chellls, 09, will graduate from
fereotjy spout it, tfJJ. did, I Oregon State University In the
think I
XWELL. would try to out away
June class In 1914
to Chellls entered
give political
my
patrons
HOUSE 99c the university as a freshman
A a better break even if I had to ,
but left
let my hair down and tell 'em togo World War I. school Later to he serve married In
rind another rat hole for their
and went Into business Still Interested
campaign funds, or come with
up In his education, he finally
a new type of program that folks
HI C ORANGE and PINEAPPLE I would listen to and believe.CORNERS decided to continue his education
by taking up courses
again at the university whilerunning

andCORRIDORS _his business.C5It.IIOS .__

DRINK 3 46O can'z. 8ge UIr.PHIr..ION:

GRADE "A" MEDIUM rnoor rat ails F:..
r..........1 Hick e.r..a1raa'r.i'ieet
By Frank E. HrmkrlConcerning WORK FOR
ADDEO
rllikl.. .....,.1COWH.. fmmmm,
the man with the ..1. ... .
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w..l.d for
ever.ready and uniqulvocal I "Not" lkl .... ...k.dl. <'. w...*.
EGGS He lives In my voting district:! I...... M.I .A. ... svles.I.Tra.ro .. .

BAsRBEQUE and with the regional politicians IKS" sold IO.4 I......HADIOTl ... '.1.
SAUCE BottOle 2ge if about as popular as small- ..t .*.... triM <.>>. tr.tm.
....... .
POX, but questionable popularity eel 4l hiB ...... Will
.ot I....'... with ... .
mean nothi g to a heretic or a ... .....,...... f pr**
cynic whos proud of the name T. ...111,.. ,.. mmmt .....
and the role.I I classes .r SSIMMM (. kS
LA CORNA don't know whether or not he 40.11.51.. ... ...L.Nlatav... .(: '
voted In the recent primaries,I ...*.. t. sees**wklr..... ...(tk.Id!.
3 79c but do know he'd had a lot to I ,.... ....* >!... Tkl .*..
dozen about them In advance- I ***T will .>!..< fl.......l ..-
say partleularly ..
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IZ oCans lal fail !! If <- lrM -
LOAF > In varied and I :.
LUNCHSARDINES 4 8ge'FLAT fl'l'lJu..ntvoIlinp .. !> ...we..al... r.UIr
of his opinion there was s.lIel.d tor nobody In the content that anyone ,._.. ......
,... ...
11..1. to
.1. **t
else should inordinately wish .. f.r y... .n _-
for. ... .
to'Ote
th SrllflafftrMs *9 m
e...- aN --,,.. Pa.
And becalM of that state of at *.n..l tr CAN ....
I airs he declared there should be HIT.va.e. writ...... -...!.... tflm4 .
f S a radial change In the voting faduties. !lL' TltllIIOo! aorwarasacInc.

I 10i .89c They should be fixed sohe .!...
for Meta r.rarl
registered elector with a flip ( .,.. S, 11'_." 1
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No worries, no responsibilities! A lot of us would gladly trade places

with Wendy, just to share that wonderful "joy of living" that children feel so

often, and adults experience so rarely.

"But what is there to be happy about you may be thinking. "Maybe Wendy has

ao worries, but 7 certainly have 1"

Perhaps we forget that this world Is In God's hands and that, with God, nothing! is Impossible.

We wear ourselves out seeking human solutions to our problems, when Divine help is always available if
we will only ask.

Try it. Try bringing your worries and doubts to God this Sunday In your neighborhood Church. Hear

God's promise of guidance and comfort for all who will give their lives to him in childlike trust. And let the
Holy Spirit fill your troubled heart with lasting joy.










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I Tt*Church i II the grmUwt :
1 K lector on Mrth for the buildIng :
of character and good :
: L. cituennhip. It U a .t rehou.. :
of spiritual vahiM. Without
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a strong church neithar
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d.mocracy nor civilisation :
can iumY*. HMT are four
l pound reaiooe why tvery :
pwion ihould attend MrvIrM
regularly and import the
l church. They art: ((1)) For his
own lake. ((2)) For hi It chile
dr n'* ink. (3)) For the ink
t i N of his community and nation. :
J\\\ w ((4))For the .ke of the church :
ilwtlf whkh need. hi* mural
\ and malarial tupinrt. I'Un
to jo to church reguUrly :
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Youth ProgramSet Arnette Chapel .s': Short Course Hospital Report Amicae Club To Mount Carmel


At ShilohThe Church NotesOn Set For 4-H'ers I Admission Mean June 2. June S Meet SaturdayThe Church NewsService

King, Helen Ann Wilson,
Training for Leadership" Is the Tau at Mt Carmel will begin .
Timothy H. Freeman, Bessie Mae Amicae dub of the
June 14 Service
Sunday ,
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Youth of Shiloh P B Church
theme of the 1964 4-H Sunday with Sunday Schoolat
Short Course Green, Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta
Jimmy Denson, Bertha
are presenting their annual youth will begin with Sunday School at which will be 9:30: a.m. Deacon Joe CannonIs
Sunday June 14. which time the promotion of Sun- presented June 8 Johnson, Emma Jean Smith, Dei- Sorority, Incorporated, will meet in charge.
day ,
program of the day School pupil will take place. thru 12 at Florida A and M Uni sic Alice Peterson, Robert Tay-'at the home of Mr. Candalsy Morning service will begin at
during this program youth I The superintendent urge all versity. The four day short will ler, Quincy Freddie Lee Andrews Lanier, on Saturday, June 13 at 11 a.m. with the pastor Rev. W.
church take charge of the service student to be present. be under the direction of Miss! Willie Taylor, George Buah, 7:30: p.m. All member are askedto It Snead bringing the message.
and present their ideas of Christianity The morning worship service Floy Brttt, District Home Demonstration James Salters, Havana, Eva please be present to consider Choir No. :2 and usher board 2
and citizenship This program will be In the hands' of the young I Richardson, Anna Hawkins, Gret- the election of officer The newly serving At 2 p.m, St. James from
will commence at 9:45 a !people.I The program: will be a* I II Agent In charge of na; Elather Lanier, Greensboro; elected basileus of Tau Zeta Is Sycamore will be in charge of service
m. with Robert Nealy acting a* Special Program and V. L. Elkins .
follows: The first hymn will be Relic Dawson Bristol. expected to be present. It Is very At J pm. the Gadsde
superintendent. The acting secretary -I lined by Mr. Joseph Long, Jr., 4 District Agent in charge of BIRTHS Invariant that every member be Hormlnlze will furlnsh music
will be Miss Sarah Williams. Special Programs.
Prayer by M. Francis! ; SelectIon Richard and Bessie Green Girl present and on time Everyone Is invited.
Morning worship will begin at by the choir, scripture by Ell I Highlights of the program will June 6.Junior.
1115: a.m. Devotion will be conducted Bryant Decalogue) by Miss Gloria' be the Annual Public Speaking and Emma Smith Boy We know of no one who got lost Fear I II kin to both envy anda
by Misses Allen and Barbara Long, Missionary offering, John Contest Wednesday evening, June June 8. Inside a church.Agricultural guilty conscience.
Bryant. Call to worship, 10, In
Perry-Page Auditorium
Stevens announcement Miss ,
by
Miss VIda Allen; Prayer by Harry Lenora Stephens Presentation of zr and the Annual 4.1{ dub Ban- .-- .. .

Clouds, Scripture by Marlon the speaker by Miss MaJ'KBntFrancis "I quet Tuesday evening, June 9, at '
Stevens Announcements by Miss 6
; Miss Gloria o'clock In the University Common '
Speaker
Margaret Keeton; Occasslon by Gibson Solo Miss Anna Ste *. The Rev. M. G\; Miles, act
Miss Marlon Brown; Solo Miss vens Collection by by Misses Erma ) ing dean of students at Florida A o ht ::1

Anna Stevens Introduction of the C. Stevens, Anita Jones, RosalandBenefleld ,1J and M, will be the banquet speak. x
speaker, Miss Carolyn Ward; and Jerome Andrew. Y,," ,, ? or
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Speaker, Miss Maurine Branch; /
Stewardess Board No, 2 will Program participants on Monday
Offertory, Odesta Bryant, Burl
meet at the home of Mr and Mrs. will Include: Gray McLean,
Bole, Archie Ward, Verlon Snell,
Alachua County Cheryl Pools .
; Mi
Council Andrew at 4 p.m. EvenIng -
Patricia Carter and Emma Davl r
Acknowledgement of visitors, Miss service begin at 6:30 p.m. t Volusla County; Anthony Webster
Catherine Brown. Remarks by the Official board Tuesday at 7:30 p. /. Jefferson County; Mary Ialem
,m. Sunday School Board Monday, : ; Columbia County; Charles Wilson
pastor, Rev. E. Klnsey. .
!J and Ronald Gardner Leon County
8:30: p.m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday ;
i ; at 6:30 p.m. Senior I choir \;;< (I '. : ; Margaret Johnson, Plncllas

Mt. Zion PB rehearsal on Thursday 6::30 p.m. ; 5.;, '') ., .,"'"t'I. .t?. (tt;; "t .'. County kin. ; Miss Britt and Mr. El-

Church NewsThe I ." ,:' .." "'/# .? On Tuesday, those persons will
x r ''$ki Bfx F
H f participate in the Dr.
A. l. Stephens Jr. !< program:
pastor and member of t." >; I George W. Gore Jr., President,

Mt. ZIon Primitive Baptist Church On Maneuver CARROLLDIGGSMr. FA IIU. Hilda Battle, Orange
announces their program for the County; Marie Stockings, Hills- ,. +
week beginning, Thursday, June I and Mrs. Clarence Carroll, Sr. would like to announcethe 'borough County; Charles J. Johnson 11a
11 I NEEDLES, CALIF. (AHTNC of Hamilton County; Eleanor
Thursday, June 11, at 7:30 p.n. Army Pvt. Albert L. Stephen Jr., engagement their daughter, Miss Annie Ruth Car Rhodes, Plnella County; Ernest
prayer meeting. Friday eveningat whose parents live on Route 3, roll to 2/Cpl. Sterlin Digg Diggi Is the ion of Mr. and William and Harriett Brown,

8 p.m. Choir rehearsal Sunday Quincy, Fla, participate In Exercise Mrs. Lee Digg, Qulncy. MU Carroll Is a graduate of Jackson County; James Yles,
morning at 9:45 am, Sun DESERT STRIKE, a joint Carter-Panamore High School Mr. Digg, also a Carter. Sylvia Jones and Ronald Reese, as.rl
day school Sunday morning at 11 Army and Air Force maneuver Parramore graduate, i. presently stationed at Marion County; Mr. Grant M.
Kailney
morning worship, with the held In the Godwin
s m. Involving 100,000 troops, associate State 4-H Club
Rev. Jeremiah Gee, pastor in tri'state area of California, Arizona Hawaii the United States Marone Corps. A June wedding Agent; Doby Flowers, Leon County
charge of the service. and Nevada, ending May 30. I II plaMed.Dodgers ; Dr dlnlta A. Ford, head of
The funeral services for Idles Stephens, regulnry assigned ass the School of Home Economics,
Bertha Johnson will be held at truck driver In Company B of the Go On St. FAMU; Augusta Aiklni, Madison
AME
1 pm. Sunday.At 2d Armored Division' 502d Supply James County; Mr. F E. Myers, Assist
3 p.m. the pastor and memo and Transport Battalion at Fort ant "Director Agricultural Ex-
bers invite everyone to Join themIn hood, Tex, entered the Army last Scoring Spreo Church NewsThe tension Service; Willie Paul Hill, HOPI to* LAOS CLASS FIM-toaded with equip. aimed at seeking an Immediate cease fire and with.
a Children Day program. January and received basic train- Sumter County; and Mr. A. MPettls ment and supplies, troops of neutralist Premier, drawal of the Communlsti to position they held
The Young People Christina log at Fort Jackson, ft C The Quinsy Dodger went on a regular weekly prayer service Associate agricultural engineer Prince Souvanna Phouma, march single file before they attacked the neutralists on May It,
Association will have Its monthly soldier attended will be held through a mountainous area between the Plalne 1964. Reliable source said the French Government
The year-old scoring Sunday, Thursday
meeting at the home of Mr and Carter Parramore High School rampage scoring I evening at 7 p.m. Thn Junior usher Taking part in Wednesday' pro Des Jarre and Ban Na,Laos,en route to the front would participate In the talk provided they
Mrs Johnny Moore at S p.m. In every Inning except the 8th to board will meet at the home of gram will be: Nona Bethel, Dade line.The British Government announced in London were not regarded M a substitute for an international -
Evening worship will begin at defeat the Pelham Pirate 23 toe Patricia Ann Knight on Friday, bounty; Earl Lee Davis and Ma. that Laos crisis talk will open in Vientiane eoDfertoce at an the interested powers.
11:30: p.m. member and friendsare The 18lh notional Pee Wee Golf >, The Dodgers attack wa led by June 12, at. p.m. All membersare Oasis Williams Columbia County;
invited to Join in these service Championships, sponsored by the the hustling little short-stop, asked to be present and on Samuel Hayward, Sumter County

throughout the day. Greater Orlando Chamber of Buddy Johnson, whom Pelham,lime Also anyone desiring to join ; SWrley Walker Putman Coun- IT'S UP TO YOU
Commerce and Minute Maid, will the board asked to be Raymond Prather, Jackson
are ty; i
There ls always a better.paying w held June 23.24 In Orlando. just couldnt seem to slop from! pre County; Mill Ruth Milton, assist 300 % Increase In f

Job somewhere, but perhaps not abetter Some 200 entrant from 3 to 15 getting on, Ho went 8 for 7 at the sent.On Sunday, June 14 service will ant State ..11 Club Agent; Cle- By ]

Job. _. ___o_ years _old will compete.t plate, scoring 8 run and had 4 begin with Sunday School at 9:45: montlne Gunter, Duval County; 4-H Awards Howard E. KtnhnerULD.
I s run batting In. am. Morning worship will begin Miss Ruth Harris, Family Life Agricultural i
Theodore Kenon left fielder, at 11 am. Parent desiring to Specialist, and Brenda Gardner, 8000 ..
better known as Pike, was hot on have their children baptized are Gadsden County.Participants 'T'HREK government s have
Johnson trail, with 5 for 8 at asked to be present during these on the Thursday 181004.31 been overthrown In Africa

I eru'\lli n 3 run and had service program will include: Johnny MOO ..... 1,1D4 during the past year by Comma.
6 In, Manager Alto Watson, Gadsden County, pnlIld.Ini
Evening worship will begin at nlst or near
Anderson went :2 for 4, MUAU Lto9
Including Alachua
Loomua Rollins
8:30 m. Stewardess board No ; MEDALS Commuulsteoup.
tiwr :2 home run, scoring I runs and tf' Williams, Putman .
ZiM: 3 meet at the home of Mrs County; Mary 4009 There
V 3 RBI's.Manager. Annie Lou Houston on Sunday at County; Tyrone Weston, Columbia AWARDED have been sev. s'
Anderson replacediloward 4 p.m with Mrs. Lures Houston County; Carolyn Russ, Hillsboro- t5(003 eral other at.
Head with Eddie Jesse serving a* hostess. ugh County; Loretta Johnson I t tMLDAL3tSS* tempted revolution .
Wester, and Wester showed some The Pastor Aid Board will meetIn Volusla County; Dr. C C. Moxley, 3000 J274 !and serious
o fancy fielding at 2nd, to prove the Extension Economist; Mr. Elklns 1957 X960 1963 1964I plots against the
home of Mrs.
I that he Is looking for a job in the Josephine, and Mils Britt, and Barbara,Ai- governments ofSenegaL
infield Hr-also had :2 hit*. Williams on Friday night, June Madison County. I Chad,
I U, at 8 p.m. All members are kins,
Rayfleld (Deno) Elias, pitching will be the Cameronn
asked to be on time. Thursday afternoon
ace for the Dodger came Tunisia, and Morocco
Visiting St. James on Sunday marked by the State Dress Revueat
within of Kofox'sstrlk. .
one run tying
$200.00 JACKPOTAT 7 Misses Barbara :2 in the Perry.Page Auditorium -
out record of 18, by striking June were p m. British troop
and the general assembly
out 17, bringing his recordto Munroe, and Loletha Jarkson haverecentlyreDr.Ktrttaur
Mrs. Hannah McBride of Tails at 7:30: p.m., also! In Perry-Page
I 7 and 2. He also added to his stored order In
cause, going 3 for 5 including a hasse and Ronald Sumpter. Auditorium. The presentation and the of a .. Uganda Tanganyika and Kenya
I home run, Rayfleld has a record awards and certificates Bloody rioting and rape are
lot 8 and 4 Annual Candlelightlng Ceremonywill taking place In many part of
complete game reliefs Hawks Defeat this final session of tlie
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS for a total of 74 Inning. He highlight Africa and missionaries and
has compiled 103 strike outs in the Short Course, others art being massacred Moil
that time Monticello NineThe Those participating from Gads- i ii is observer knew that the policyof

I Johnson and Kennon' playing den County are: Johnny Watson; granting Instant Independenceto
effort tern them the player ol Havana Hawk sloped what Horald Carter; William Speights, African countries containing
the day honor. might have been a three game Alfred Lawson, Robert L. West, few educated people, still ruled
5 BONUS WINNERS The Dodger will be at home fora leering stock when they defeated Charles Jackson! Leonard Blak- by the cuitoms and superstitions
four game stand. They will Monticello Sunday June 7, by a ley Steele Handley and Harold of the bush and wholly unprepared -
meet Donaldaonvllle, Sunday, score of 75. The Slugger of Lewi. HEYDAD! for self-government would
result In dlstnal fillers Our
REGISTER AT June 14.Standing. Monticello tried to live up to their
State Department's enthusiastic
: W 8 and L 2.Don't name by getting ten hits off of the I WON A TRIP
backing of Immediate
JITNEY Hawk pitching but scored only Smith Williams, Champion, Dixie, Independence
JUNGLEBE
five The E. Smith, Slater and McCary. The I everywhere has brought
be surprised It you tee runs seven runs produced widespread disaster In Africa.
prominent businessmen milking by Havana was the game high player of the day wa* Captlan C. We have shown little friendshipto
: SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY cow In public place It will for the Hawks In their last four Avery. Avery had four hits for the African people by srilng
II a part celebration game. Havana used two pitcher live time at the plate. The Hawks this policy upon them.
6:30 P.M. SATURDAY! at June Dairy Monththe by R. Slater and M. McCrty. The will play Pelham at Havana Sunday aIL It will soon .e awards time !I. 4.H, and this year should see A great expense to ourselves.
the Dairy Council of South Flor- following player bad one or more June 14. Come one Come early 8,000 winners added U the steadily growing list ef top In money and at great cost
Ida. hits for the day Awry, I ticks Game time 3:30: p.m. rated agricultural club members. In Urea, we financed the vnltedNations

Fifty of the 800,000 boy and projects undertaken in waging two tloody
ware to MoUe Tabombe
oppress
girls enrolled In the national by t-H"n throughout the and his government In Katanga.
4-H Agricultural program will itat help to Improve the home In so doing we wiped out the only
win I free trip to the National4H farm and to prepare the way d.mon.tntlonofll.lf'overnment
IS FOR Club Congress In Chicago for future job on and off the modeled on western Ideals In all
next November Six will receive farm. of Central Africa Here, native
s $300 scholarship and the Local 4-H Club leader,county Christian African bad maintained .
remainder will merit county and state extension worker, law, order freedom and a
medal parent and residents of the fair degree of prosperity. Tshom-
Delegate to the Congress community all hive a share In be should have been encouraged
P will help to celebrate 10 yean helping the youngster elect and made and a nucleus encouragement for the establishment of

PRINTING of sponsorship by International and complete one of the many similar operations throughout
Harvester in this particular pro projects In the agricultural pro Africa. We destroyed the best example
gram. However, the company gram. available and the guest
has supported 4-H In several The county extension office I opportunity to set the African
I areas since 1919, according to can supply additional countries on the right track.This
the National 4-H Service Com tiers about Joining i Informl'l was a great disservice to them
mitte. or organizing I new and to all mankind Self-government
must be won. Adequate
preparation is essential and a
LETTERPRESSI substantial body of educated
people I* a. prerequisite. Te
I ignore these Important facts U

..! shortsighted and wicked.

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I t. kdrooir. I Call 4i;.74K Ur ttfornellt ., in his new ABC aerie When The

Ikon*RtorT$4100. ". '.. bed June II. II Bill\ Dana Show takes over tho Grind! Sunday nighttime:

1 room kom....for. $akILooor..-ooin'110 MAIn 7-6255 III .a v< alot next .icaiinn some change* will b* In cots

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un ISilo.' r....'n and wiiamu dlnln( Danny Taylor- once dubbed Trie Reporter --11

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FOR SALE ( .m. Studio will b* a TV version of "Th.
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Modern t Bedroom onfurn 2-Bfdroom 'I movie N.xt ....on The Kumnui Adventure
Concrete BlockHOUSE
(lined Apartment. Located In. .- 'ot Mr. Magoo will find the myopia old curt
Duple. at 71J W. Wishing. 1 SMa BoBW*. muilgeon playing i in animated veraloni "Cyranij
ton. Within walking di. and -- Beverly Garland d" Bergerac, "Moby Dick' ," "(Jung* 1> an"
lane *f *hop*. school and oak loon asbreioa roof JTIATIOt CONFIIIINCI ON SOUTHEAST ASIA-J) fenae S.-cr*. ,.BIRII' TV wl/"William Tell.:
churches Sa. PANTSLAUNDERED tarp Robert McNamar (left) and Secrolar of State Dean IIOtHUlT lOVI-Andrew .
near ano Club Rusk: (center) dUcua altolrt at their top-lcv l policy meeting McLaughlin, a, bas eye. filled ABE: BORROWS AND NBC are gloss to a deal for a corned*
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Prealdent Johnson for a faster reaction" to any further deterioration Academy' In Weat Point H. Y.IcLaughlln Glllli). Alan 11.1., Jim Darkua and NatalliiEtrhafer.
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Dnn Payment Low : which boa been running In Greenwich Vlllegil \

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Already Arranged, Norman DRIVE IN ; writer Irna Thllllpa ((The (:iiildlng I I light, !

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1I1tI.P; -- I''or "I" '"lO'IPI't' .d., ". I NCM summer ori
l....lk..l 08 ''. fr.. wator'ad. I."III".d ; .L. old' I All IN CONOUSSf | SENATOR CLARK UEK1By CBS. Wlllaon' wife Mini will appear with him on the ahowa, and)
... how t II....... 11.,1... Two. maleo Ot 1..::.S u "I IIC. r f. (Cent Ocklatter, alumnus of The Judy C.atlan4 Show, will pro
,........ ...." .. ...ewmwda.tl.w. malts .1 SW nilKOK 5i'1.0atk. Bo HENRY OATHOART
...... 'awpletblt.be. \ ..n., Flnld., It due them The flrat Ben Caaey teleplay I filmed for neil
.f..'..,... ".... p...... I Central Prut WaaAliiofoi Writer leoa I I. a romance .between a polio victim (Joa* llarkett) and
will .... fwr .411.00 per wmb.III ALK Hulllrrnftort K X ASIIINOTON-Sen. Joseph & Clark of rennaylvtrda la an g- 'Wr (Robert I.osda). Title I This Wild, Wild.I Wild
.. ..... f-flll.S .p III ila f..UII. 110 Lilt I0-II.b.ndl.... Plus*noriwa-t,...,.1 roc.I".r.rldlo Eingsbrry \V rapidly pining a reputation u the -hair thtrt of Con t WalUlng 8ammy Jarkaon the. nivcomer who wiltstar
,,,. i In Warner Brothers No Tim. for ..rl.. ha. .been
nnala. Writ Hoi "P". ./. '.... Clark aeem always to be working for and BergtanU ,
i iln County TIm.. If ---'i' 11' .pell.inltowar4 signed for a aupportlng role In th. o .filming I Frank HlnalraWavla.
IG.d. oongreialonal reform Ho believe that nothing whom of "Nan but th* llrav." Jackaon'a series will b. .a A III]

Greenwoodand k OoniUtuUojial amendment can bring Oongraa "back Into the 'PP l t. The Andy lirinik Show neit ....on1\ Ironle dev.lop.
I : I :'::11' a a.l! mala stream national pw pos." ...nt la that Griffith roe' to stardom in Ih* lUg and movie]

IMISIBLE RtHK.\MNG Clark: ha* written aeverel magazine article on the subject and venloni of "N. Tim for Sergeant."

makri holfi, cuts tars and I* completing a book, tentatively titled "Con- 10 IMI ir 'TtliTHH rntll..auM, In.. TV D.IM

MALE burn. disappear from damaged Sunset Acres a great: Th. 8a plane Branch" He has alao I
I 't mad numerous speeches on the aubject and
garment and fabric. Your Hand At Conserve
HELP WANTED CLARK PLEMMONSPhone y. E ha Introduced a number of rule change andamendment Try
Save your damaged garment
In procedure to make Congreai
Plant Operator MAin T-I5I1
Sewerag Trainee. by hiving them Invlnlbly nor reaponalbl to the will of the voter

rrnovrn. Fair price For ono thing, he wants to chance the
IIU a School Graduate, and prompt .."Iee. Mine term of repreaenUUve from two to four 1. ,lPICTUII X4Il1
IS to 44. .
In Person Audrey Reavrt, 90S Weal year and deorea. Senate terma from ilK to

Apply King 6U Qulncr. t1.. Ph. LEONMOBILE four year H. want all of the HOUM and r
DEFT.
CITY UTILITY
Senate elecUd each four year at the earn
North Adam Street 627-7432. U HOMES J tIm. the presidential lection are held.

In this way he claim, eongnaaman wont 1 1"f'
1
*HVk.Rg! WANTED IMMEUIImpl. Bale. Service i SMrtr Cbrk limos to begin a re-election campaign the day
ATELY Work at home doing they are sworn Into of flea/ and senators won't
ao.lnr. W* supply mat.rlala New Moon, VarUlte
and pay ahlpplnboth I I Capitol HOT tend to IOM touch with their eonaUluenolei04r A
Gardner. Cone,.. Stewart.Mice .
....y.. Good rate of pay Plr I 'Mrff' becauM of the long ilx-year lag between 0
work. Apply, D.pl. AW II, Hoi clean Uaed Trailer
Polo, Ad.lald Post Offlc. Toronto I' .nd 10 Wide I election
Ontario, Canada. It Further, both houae of Congreai would alrnoat always hare

W* trade for furniture or najortUea of the roams political party a* the elected president, 1

anything el value thus removlrg a recurring worry of political aclentlat that dead

T V SERVICE locked executive and leglalatlv branches controlled by oppoalng
.. W. Hav KOOL SEAL O.
.. ., HIALYHC.ndl
A R..I' all Nab.
Help Wanted! It .1. f ea0. political pieties may aomeday tie the country up In knot at a llenderaon of
U. S. 10 M mile most of Urn of crlaia. Btarn'OI'dCunft.
MACK RADIO fc Talquln Inn. e e eDAJt relgna ai "Outdoor Queen" at
rreetlomland. Bh* won to.Utl. *
SALESMENMEN TV SERVICE Tallabaue, Florid S It'B"mlZlD-Vnbalmownat to moat ptopl. the at the entertainment center w yyr
fwf awn JNN..0I Daughter of the American Revolution ar.. In part nibildlaed located la the Broni. N. Y.
WOMENHANDICAPPED 1211 Weal T._ by the American government. This I* ao d apit. the itrong

or I Phone I22-ISIS right-wing and ultra-conaervatlv poalUon the dear old ladle*

PIGIDAIBESlewctrt have taken In recent year*-Including ahrtll cries for greater .. 1"
I economy in the operation of the federal government.Since "'t:

I 01RETmED I I 1899 when the D.AJl received a charter granted by tf iF

PERSONS I Con". ... It ha* been getting It* annual report printed at government
WELL DRILLING
txpena. Laat year the 1,500 eople* printed soot the

! GIVEN EVERY Featuring a Complete I government ".100.

! CONSIDERATIONCALL Lin. of Denting Pump lor It I* undaratandabl, therefor, that Ben. Kaurtn Neuberger

i- Horn or Irrigation. I Oregon Danot'nt,1551 been roused to battle. Her baal of objeotlon -
I* not to much that the government I* paying the printing Many modems nntnemaken are finding that I It'. fun tn be

I TERRY-ROSAHARDWARE I coat, but that neither ah*, nor anyone alee, apparently' can ipert at making a few -lal ,*.;|.... Tim Coconut Krult Con
find out what' la It before paying the bill "anrv M wondarlul fur sills, fur serving with m..l* or en h.lInaat

627.6648 Young'* CO. I Mr*. Neuberger' out into year to find a draft famfw Make up eeveral UaU-he during the peak of the plneappl

1421 South Monroe St I of the annual repvL She went to the Bmlth. M00L
QUINCY Tallahaee Florida IOnian Initltutlon which U charged with editing Nltrlt..f Coeeeml Frail C_.

2:2-1107 101 ,and preparing the manuscript and to the Governl"veetl( ,|...* 11,4 "'I"| pri>preil orang t'4 cup (annul) flak.,'.
meat (1 orani*) Aitinl! .,.Coconut:
Office
I Printing which doe
the .
printing1.The 21% rup chopped] pineapple I nij ( Ih, 14 oa ) aui ,5IL
HELP WANTED 'Kourdrlnlur I former had ant the copy to the printers; the Utter mala rip. plnapii::) hen (m o5,) pvotleruA:

Wire luporvl.or Unload Htot.a talned that the only copy It had had gone to the typeeetUr and 0t 21,5 nip* rn 'pMNl apiilOHlh full pectin
manufacturer looking for ronpnn- CAPITAL PEST CONTROL Plumbing rixlure Electric would not b* ...lIabl. for never*! week tips ap|>I lr*..

albs fcraaln man, trolohlnf to aunrvl and* shipping rutiln Pont c...... T...... Buppllea Pip tad FUtlofli.Wal.r BeoauM Mr Neuberger believe that the DAR take polltl- map Wlmeap orJonalhan.

of wi.... Wh.n wrllln II!". di>- c;..,.., Slot 0.4Herb I Healen, TU Beud, cal II.aD4IlDd U a eontroveraUl organisation, aha aonvlnoed .)
talla of your iprlnc In all Ga and Oil Heatn the government should not the
P.mlgatt.aC.u pay printing but U'e too tat to
.r...* Writ. Boa K car UaOa- akin la quarter from orang end dlararj S of oho
din County Tim.. Tallahuw.. Fl*. do much about It this year a* N..xp.ndlture wa* approved' by warier., 11 other niMrwrw flail) mnmvm off and) Hiamfd .1...... I
Juno U, 15 It ROCCOI a UtU.Wldarat004IIIUI1mOlll ooatent petition", but, DJLH half whitJMtrt With sharp knife or .rlo. .n, ihrwl lenMln.Ingrln4 .(i
COLLECT i watch out next yeartrUllllOA > chop or grind.I Ne
  • n or rhnp th* peeled'
    WOMEN If you are In nd of HOME SITE JI5-J43J R .ranf*| d ..r"t.'i.; Gwnliln: road, pulp, and fi mop waleriRemov
    mony and can work onl, tow llmmr covered
    for 20 mlnu'",.
    territory hour a dar l< -your..r,anw Mn...an. Writ Avon OFFICE 222-1711 tf I & SUPPLY CO. WWi("S 'M r'UI'TnJU .arh claim ? d......( ... .. filM"Alrs-IoI.J.Dan.It_ far. and oof. pin**|itii.. imp very fln* ef grind M"uur*

    Pt,. Dorothy Norton P. fk Boa 44 TEAKS OF SERVICE: nTATDTtWt in ...rlu*. and than ..t...H Im a courtroom la Saigon for IH ....* Into a wry beta Muopan rl and eoN ahnul' 14j
    1141 MAM TallahuM*, PI*. or Ik* Court. of Ik* OMfily. pore nt ........... .... pmt tilt.,. the of his trial. II. pmind fully rip* *p|>l.*; rhnp fln*. Mi-Mure 3',. tope into
    call tll.llll It T* Thl A,.. Juda 0..*. .. County, F. ...... : opening with
    U .. ... .it'll1*" "* '*' ei.lm.nt' and **urp n pliiMppI Add projHirnl orani.
    '010. No. loin wont cm trial H the) 11.11 ofJuaUr
    PHONE 222-1517 In rot Koui. o* asses to kr Ik* rUlm Mwaur* aujar and *K| Add prtln lu fruit In eiw p.it
    FOR SALE, ONE: STOP 1110 B. Monroe Slrt JOHN U. AKHUcr, Mo 51.*.kla.. >lo4 i.M, or a4 riiarged with UM reapotMlbllltr sad mil well flats\ over hllll; beat and alit until fnlilur I lane
    *
    | kr a fllln for UM dth .1bin.
    Dooo.. .. too of lo e hard hull.' At file lit and .
    "n. once auger runmul firing In a lullyrl15
    TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA T. All Cr.Hllor and ".. Joltar led err dolts or it.mlM .. oWnoiutralora In Ute
    HOUSES .nno cloy
    For All Your Staring I'Mini or t>*mna. sod ." tll"' ...all b. .-M f'nd'' boot knri I mtnuH stirring: ounoanty. Jtom v.
    erf Hue whirl trim l ttveulr
    TUB QflNff" from
    A..ln-l Bald MIMe: MTATH HANK skim tilt fnm with' mUl apoon, Ibea slit awl
    V,n.r. 1- You and ..<* of ,". ete kr*. > ..eaonilw. at Ik. UM wilftSt&snte&iSfS awvenwnt atalnet the) shun b i.uL11 I minute trod allihlly I la prnenl floating
    FOR iALB Brick on .. ... :
    ..r-old ho,.., I draonia.. I Fishing Need I swow .by.,,.ollllod and......qu.r..... .to_"Oo W RltfpEWi- d ".1 AOA I. kale .'haIdeeI.10 Dink DI... fruit Lll lab Cov.r at mr nub U Inch hot
    .1. .d.
    Vatha Room Combln.i lrg. Irtlch.n Patio -UlniflO t'lllltr Lake Taltruin Road .., wktok snr you, .. .11.... of yw, tsarIsv..gan.S Inds. .*..d1.. Wake about 10 pwdlum gl,***** (lUll|l ,).

    Room Paved I'rlv* TV SEHVICtMln : tk* .ratal ft JOHN AM..,..
    Carport ,* for
    MMiiiar'yJJJJ'
    ; 'W. D. Kartell .. Roberta St fl, AKHI.KT d m.ed. into of
    *>r. ll.i boot (Imal! I .. AUk ..Id County, In Ik. Oounlr J.dahi : 'f Oh! What A Beautiful
    Ill N. Ktwart Hi., Quincy, ?.I.- M MaritimeMiddy Avocado Mold!
    of Un...." (bu0ty, """.... .1 110'1'11"II TO CP.DloI1I i
    phone MAIn J-1741. ** ad. *J4> 0|| ..
    *ffi<-* !I. lb. Hurt k u>* atu ri/iniiiA PYATvr.-
    FOR PALE III Ch.mptOn i ACT HAUIO WKL4OIIrno <4 Coualr M Qnllirx. riorlda.wltkl t* the rhwrt ft Ik* roCMy
    T.d..lad II II' It toot, twr ala ..I......' m'inik trots Judao. n..*... CMty, FIo.I.
    bedroom ke...trll.r. Eio.ll.nt ". .*!. T-TM SAO urn of tk. linn puklmMltmof .. rxtttt Me. fin
    oondlllno. Rawnably ,rtcdHTIIII. ABC SUNDAY'SNina. tills ROHM, Tw. upl.< .1.arbrlmlm I. r.' ...... *
    or ..,..* .".11 k* I* writ- O"LARM1'N DIJRWARfl
    a TV aCE ,I... and shod aiaw Ik. ,Mc. ftat H.oHJlIUII. u.........
    FUR SALE I bedroom e..na*. 1N'UI"'U w4 ,."._ r......_ mad p014 elfI.O ....._ TO) All C,........* .., ..._..
    .n Lk TaJqnln. Dock. awn. FENCEINDUSTRIES tk* .llmu>,. and shall kawora Hu..* i ..... or *_...
    nlrig.r.tor and I bunk kfd. U kr lit* .,.1......, his A..'"., al* KoUl
    Bard.* a L. dlnit. LAID '.'U*. .*.... op a4torar and _e iMm IM a4 aea.* *f kr
    Mar II. ... Jun. to." ,.*' ( HHfAlkJ -. ** kr a finf.. .f "". kr *o i i\'i' L c I RMroum M'ml. b... "... w.r..nrlslmaS M*. dollar and au'-k alum *r *.. root ear (laloja .*. ....*..<.
    Win plnt. IMI- Magnolia t>rl... I<.kl>.* that Parr.palr mand nt. .. fll04 .h.tt I. owedLVEI.YN kirk r... .r .Hkr of pun ..,
    kill lltel. TkM rcwklio
    : fAKlETT AailLKTA : rata .
    alk*< UM
    Pkoa* 037.10(4.Juaa .. r* U ....II..t *ha.. Writ ..e. ulrla "< Ik* last Will CM OIrPI'R .Nat. of
    II, IS. la. Jul. 1 onrtre M**...'. Vi..* *...liimot aad Triroi .......... d JUNK aA1101.11 *ON. de W1.IIURWARU lain of ...1.I JOHN. .

    NO I... .1.., rut.... kv Wright It-, Pee I':1Im.Im. ( puKilwtln dotw;:, ;. 4, ...t. ...,*M Oniiiiy Ik. Cwsip, riorl, Jn.**.*at* .f has IM**..a.ir .fcrhM .

    ARDNKK, AND MNMAlion.r. I. ill ann k.._ of Mid
    BARGAIN I for Ciorairli: "ftr ai Q.....-,. ,.,...,.*. win "..
    J... I, II. II. II 4mrnraTTO .
    aia al_.r .....t.. Iran /M
    MONEYDOWN :I I / -- ( E iTw'"iii'l law of ih* first ......."..* of a
    HOUSE TRAILER P14R/nA VTAI'VT* the *:| .. T.* M**>* ol *a.lIk "
    I. Ih. llmrt of Ik. C..*nl| e/absu da..d .hell b in molt Jp
    FOR SALE 1.r, cad skull 'Sofa '' .. ofra. Y'
    J.dg. OadM.a '" p1. '
    I II nfl 'H.'RT or TUB rOCTI- -.1.'II" ..
    ads le., Pr.l.. $04 rat '.f11.. ad4r..rlof I
    Heating and Air CondL TT .I'IOP' uixnrv CUCMTT 10. ... L.tai..f ..lal_... *.. .".'1 ..
    ITATIG Or '1.011.006Ill ...*.. I* ky Ik. .laa.uo, hi. Y
    ADA I- 111f1l''U.1,
    roe. Carport. Potto. ; 1)0...... ....... w ." ......, a. r-w Imo.w ti
    Carpeted Floors. UP TO 36 MONTHSTO u or A. L Ht>.MNLBOTte7 ..4or To All ,ulIw .5d ........ ..*....4 ba filing I** rat .*. ,
    -
    Hdv'nr I 1.1.. o. 1aeasd.A1.100t calla and wh ').'M .r 4o>*ai
    P11,1WI rcririoii ,. .. ..... l
    ContactW. PAY 10. Fa l.To. Mall as eetd.

    I PUN riMAL i* krkr IIUCItAIW.lk11ca .>... that. M aetiti.4. 0.4 ear ad .I.por.5 a" are to bum pea. 1-.,_ClT0 a.JKOH aa *.* T.... Cum. 1 1N few fnoda r loots a* ippetolng In warm Mlhl a* av>U4 gU-

    W. WHTTMORZCrrrbouBd FREE ESTIMATES .. sae..rillod .ir flM.1 star. '..., Bar .1&1. ... ._... ay .. eaUda.Aiid fw orddd raa aukk Ih* .y* awl lUwt aptmiltaddod
    Bu Station I i"- Ia.MIXJ'or.. ft 4..s.dl Ike Botme bat ft w A.* mild ,is. or .nk.r of r... .urKUKOI r. f r....10fl.. pr* 4>al cl "AoeoaI, Rhrwap M.Ird Etlac" shimm.ring Jenwn. 5.
    CALL ..>. Ik. 0-UI* Of ADA A. *M.*.... ft Ik. laws will with linririK alln el
    Moo (Slid eer p.tltf.a fop der : I sad l ldorala avnjado.ah/lino. abed
    trl"llo' .... for flask t'.tf+tt.. L wciimciui. drra4. ui* of Yaaa..1 o1 Q/A:= d noUMM and
    I
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    I ... CIu.t", kt Ik Co-jMr JNaM tRWARD 405(11505, .t.-:
    ,lie, .s J. II. 111. ft a* eC.iot.ea.emd
    or4a.o Covei. n.rtIoo, .' I'" n.! wuur vn* J*. ....dlfTef nly
    FOR iALK' Co.or'< BtoatnMliv II 627-8861 MM tMefir *. m. .0. k* :blO oflw !. Ik* ..err of ,pima .....IoM... Way It, 1044 k .,., ailna. Mock W th..tSSiN.y boat ka
    I,, -s '..**,.. *. win ipso, i. II. Hwrtl ,,... Ikkk pehbl.skis
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    I nn. .... re4 .
    MI* 'Voolr el 9IT. r .hartj .
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    !
    rti" Ma vioMior ojoaak*
    roo..oeo4, Tm Ii. Nade' n'Or. QuIncy Florida I'ld.. ft 0.....* C..." rUf-.. tbb* II-M of (k* first p e*o *ta. A/Irr..y* aw IJO.BU,i tadmiMtk the fmrt nif I Sa told MUM *lvty.emomn, *e Uow.titft .
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    for Pearl tHMk.ra. a* **.*. *'""' OFollr
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    ,(., ft I** WlU IC A. .. MM W kofokf *tM lkl .:r1i.aiMldrp of 'If. .11. utd \ Ripe
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    BRICK 1044. roil IM Cold o* Ik* f.IUwl.. 4.bad load t. pop as ust It VIlA WINSTON IMMMI iUUa 2 thlwpM MA chopped
    TWO f1CuI.r "ATI BANE Sae for ,.... btr.Oe Nt .....'. Ik* aaaia uUMr :A"C0414 t top kodindj w4f
    FINISHED 1tut eIlAsD0ar IC web _Ie i tad all ..........* not kuplraUo for Oil grass *nlM. plnleal and
    COMPLETELY A U.U r .
    I
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    $4W9 per Month ka *t." air ik* *._ I W ft 100 I ft ...", ONwly..llob's Mlddf 2 > 111. t.,... 2 brd-ew.k4 aa**, aimed
    Accept Old Homes In Trade _f.... .....* to ..*. Klet .era* i OH E less Bad.A ,4H. Bad ft.* duo la ...., *enltouU > 1 .. r- r t e tip*mod 1vatnd
    '.< rtoeM ...._ IMI. oolr- -.- "It .
    74 ehrimp, I CM H 4 e*),
    Bath1'ooms.Additions. loos I' **; fete. havr1ulU TW
    N.w Etch n u M kooi_ .4e
    ALSO ,loa N. ..t. ,. infer M ,tits.A V tMp< *irlkalt diau .d
    :: i.M0.Oln. ft IxrtRJUt, mPlfe P.I ..
    Repairs !
    ,. aatRiaai.. ..4 ancTHm DtvlMM 1 t 4I. I C, If. ... .. .. e'l awry a4 wkiu *p t4 mobs iUlia its boiling wile, Sue arM water, vfawgar.
    kX I* rO..N .14 .J.
    FINANCING ,..r., ..It. tbs M... 04 1.. I.t., 01.' 'of.4t.I ** = : N : lie U avrUaBr tile eolkThe) atrkla relM saw.mssnsa (lull aualur awtud m.
    100% .1: MM i ,i U* .*** "...', A. P .. I54r ...,. wet' 1* Hatikt all arauad.U .- reid k* anti! ptmhml and pm peppel Cut avorotoMlkwia
    (ri''>4AMtafA.. I ....... a ttnlgat laa M***; *.** *. tftd and ekia, .! ?. avoiwia

    s.. Mod.l Horn at 805 West Washington St. I"I T' aiManiTi7"i7' !:* .j I. Tu r itut.O"' .t I'_... ..u skirt 1It.u: be worn WUII Buy W. sod. fold la** gtalua aaJatur. wall fu and ...... Tura. boo
    Qulncy. FlaI t .. !ir I IS ..art n''* .....; thill antis SsOaawdd a* ...... goad
    or Phone 6274552. < ... S *. I f: ti II K .. If<...... .l.Lo. I .. 10 ..slog.l .



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    I PACK SUTEEN CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES _ct'. HORTDA, THURSDAY JUNE 11, {t84 -



    i, THOSE PEOPLE CALLED BAPTIST Miss Skeenes M 4. ,$,, Sxr


    I! A Serif or'I church government a* found In this time forward there I* an unbroken -Presents PupilsA

    ' Articles on BaptiNt the New Testament Church The succession of "those/ people
    called Baptist" The most
    'ade of the of the Spring Recital was presentedV
    "
    by Oay Ro concept competency
    prominent of these would be either -
    'I Memorial soul or the priesthood of the be-; the students of Miss Sandra
    1 Thomas the second of third, however, L. Skeenes recently In the Thomas
    I BaptUt Church liver. No mediator I* needed there are many still holding much Memorial Baptist Church.Jeannle .

    Qulnry, Florida I between the person and his God. faith In the first theory and this McLendon presented

    The writer ot these articles, The simplicity of worship. Warship Is their privilege. two piano selections, "Wind in theC3ilmney" t 'ma'r
    It is a true statement that
    In la act that between very and "Jack Be Nimble"
    feels his complete Inadequacy an occur 5a
    our Baptist Heritage begin In
    by dark Chee awe Shofner
    to compress the scope of man and his Maker bent ; ,
    trying the first century with the roots
    done in but also pianist, "Indian Tom-Toms" andOn
    hundreds of years and thousandsof corporate group
    of our faith firmly planted in the "
    books Into these article making possible a personal wor a Windy Night" by dark;
    soil of the Holy Land. Baptist
    doubt, many Idea ahlp. The total and complete position Kirby Morris, pianist "Waltzing
    There are, no
    Is that the practice of New "
    that must be given a passing Lordship of Jesus Christ Theseare Testament principle* Is the true Bears by dark"dap, and, Clap Prelude, Cap" both 28 ... ....... -___ _, -__. .......,...-...._-_ .' > _______ -, r
    denominations Op. ,
    will be little room distinctive which many
    for glance.discussions There In depth of major hold in common or'today.authority of a Christian church >io. 20, by Chopin; Carolyn i HAPPY HOURS KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION EXERCISES were held June 1 at the George W. Munroe Elementary -

    happenings. However, the materials In part however they are all held I While our heritage reaches all Brockman and, soprano, "Florlan'sSong" : SchooL Those participating are shown front row, left to right: Terry Vkkers Ray Bowen, KImberly Crosby

    for these articles are drawn by "those people called Bap the way back to the days of Jesus, Godard and"The Schumann Lotus Flower"by ; Judy i Clark Hutchinson, Anne Jolley Thomas James Bryan, Cliff Strickland, Laura COla, Nell. McCall, Jimmy Ray

    from a number of ami ces. Someof tist"There our history as a distinctive groupof Allen pianist, "Serenade" by Kelly, Graem Bywater Ronnie Maxwell, Charles Dean, rill Butler, Vic Parramore; second row: David Glissoa,

    the sources Robert are: Torbet A Historyof A have been a number of Christians begin In the latter Schubert and "From Pole to Mark Sechler, Randy Hanna. Mary Frances Dunwady, Robert Taylor, Harold Josey, Max Butler, Diane Abn.y,
    Baptist by leories a* to the origin of Baptist part of the sixteenth century and Pole"

    fcay Horn by Tupper and Love, The most prominent three the first part of the seventeenth Schaum;by Delores Chopin, Bryant Paderewski- Mary-Ann.-___-.-Munroe- ..-.-_,_-Tammy._-._. -Bassett- ---and Ricky Mays. _
    Who are the Baptist by Edward are; the Successlonlst theory the century This understanding will enBohm
    Johnson and seminary notes and Jia-buptlst spiritual kinship theory point us toward the materials "StillMarlonettlei" by Hours
    personal research by the writer. and the English Separatist which will be used In the other ar Cook. by Happy Old Leiiers

    Although Baptist have never Iscent In this order let us exam- ticles. Theresa Carter, pianist, presented ENTRY BLANK
    made any formal creeds or official -Ins these for a moment The Sueceaslonist The topics for the other mater- "Tarantella" by Schaum and Has GraduationThe Continued Sixteen)
    statements of faith, they do theory involves the belief all will be: Those People Called The Harpsichord Player" by ( oe Page SLOGAN CONTEST:

    have dlstinctives which officially that from John the Baptist tothe Baptist in Europe, Those People Bach; Judy Allen, mezzo so- graduation exercises of the thoughts of home. "You must
    set them apart as s spedflo group. present there has been an unbroken Called Baptist in the American !piano, "Who Is Sylvia" by Schu Happy Hours Kindergarten were,have a good many watermelons, of Florida 1964
    The following are distinctive Baptist [- succession of the baptist Colonies, Those People Called bert and "The Big Brown Bear" held Monday night, June 1 at planted," he wrote. "I expect to University Homecoming:
    Beliefs: The authority of the church through the ages. Dr. G. Baptist and their Love, Those by Mana-Zuccz; Faye Shofner, George W. Munro Elementary enjoy them with you provided I ,
    scripture (both Old and New) for It Orchard wrote A Cannes His- People Called Baptist Today. pianist, "Minuet, K.2" by Mozart School. I can get another furlough .
    faith and practice and that this tory of Foreign, Baptist to project We shall tee the! courageous beginnings and "Prelude" by Tcherepnln; Before the boys and You must write often to me. I Name: ,
    Is the Inspired Word of God. That this Idea. The Ana-baptist Splrtual of the Baptists and learn Mary Shuler, soprano, "The Sleep ceived their diplomas, trlaa:1 have not had a letter from borne
    baptism should only be administered Kinship theory doesn't tracean their history through those tempestuous That Flit On Baby's Eyes" by lance was asked to 1 except Uncle Tom since the mid'
    to one who professes Christ unbroken succession of the ( days in England and Carpenter With :inary trip to Happy :tr.an die of February, and there is no Are a Florida student? _Yea -No
    as Lord and Savior, commonly lurch h but an unbroken succes- Holland, and follow it through the God" by dsky'IandWAnnnn; Che-a place where the children play, one who likes to hear from home, you
    called believers baptism. This Is ion of the principle which make strange event in the American ter, pianist, "To A Wild Rose" by sing, have fun, and are happy. more than L" I
    one ot the earliest dlstinctives of the Baptist Church. The third, colonies, when men were whippedand UacDowell and "Neapolitan Dance It: was explained that In tills land In addition to the letters the
    the! church. The belief In total the English Separatist Discern died because of the way they Song" by Tchalkovaky.I the boy and girl learn things, Shaws have included a copy of I Summer Mailing! Address: .
    rrllgioui liberty for every person. trace the origin! from the English prayed. These are those people too inch U sharing, getting along an article in the Atlanta journal
    The congregational concept of separatist after 1008 and from called Baptist and their heritage. with others, following directions, written In the 1900's which gives
    I Thos. Memorial and self expre alon. The background an account by another soldier of

    which was a beautiful the last evening before Gospero
    Youth CampIn Seniors Receive outdoors scene In Happy Hours Shaw was killed in battle It tell'
    PIMMEYWhile (Continued on Page Sixteen) Land, added much to the pro- how he and another officer had Slogan:

    Ocala Forest ft Bryant and Rev. Guy Wade gram.A both dreamed they would be lolled l-I
    (Continued on Page Sixteen) flag drill started the that day. They both were. I
    ( ItrfJaI Primary Department: Mrs. C. snappy
    Opens June 14 1 f Women's dub far her future edu R. Abney, superintendent, Mrs. program with the boys and girls The Florida State Library is
    cation. Lynn Lewis, Mrs. Willie Cox, Mrs. wearing colorful red, white and attempting to build up a collection

    How rig a pole, string a bow, srIut INNIY As president of the Gadsden Doris Bridges, Miss Faye Shof blue marching hats and carrying of family\ and business documents Contest open to all Interested Homecoming
    I person except
    shoot .m rifle, pitch a tent, and I bounty Hospital Woman's Auxiliary oar, Miss Lynda Fetch and Miss American Flags. This was fol-! relative to the history of
    boat are only small parts I Mrs. tVed KIMIka presented Ann theater owed by the pledge to the flag Florida and the South. The Shaw personnel and their families Mail or deliver

    of paddle the I training program at the I too much attention was Bonnie King a Health CareerScholarship Beginner Department: Mrs. and a prayer. letters will be a valuable addl.I this entry to Homecoming Slogan Contest, Florida Blue

    Youth Conservation Camp In the drawn by the movement to Stop amounting to $100 Lyle Jensen, superintendent, Mrs. Then the boys and girls of'ion to the collection, according to Key, Florida Union University of Florida Gainesville,
    Ocala National Forest which be- Goldwater and save the record of The Silver Mike Award plus a $23 Bruce Lewis, Mrs. Louis Powell, Happy Hours Land entertained N. Orwin Rush, director of libraries I Florida, to b* received in that office on or before July
    l'nth annual camping the GOP of picking a patsy, Flordlans Savings Bond were presented toJohnny Mrs.. Lewis Fusaell, Miss Caro- their parents and friends with I who sold other documents of
    ; 8th 1964.
    ggalatiJune 14. apparently got nary whiff Taylor by w. S Poison lyn Faye Brockman and Miss come of their favorite song and such nature would be greatly appreciated -I ,
    I The Youth Conservation Camp, of what was being cooked up In of WCN11 Radio Station. Mary Shuler. dance. These included: 1. The and would help to Increase -

    operated by the Game and FreshWater St P4ctersville. Brenda Thomas received a Nursery Department: Mrs. Jack Danish Dance of Greeting, a partner -I the educational value of
    Fish Commission, provides I' Well, hear from a friend who's medal from Guy A. Race for the Shlflett, superintendent, Mrs. John dance. 2. A medley of songs. the collection.
    I I1! an education In conservation and lose to the leaders among the America Education Publications. Brockman, Mini Jo Landa Gloat- 3. The Lollipop Tree t circle
    nature study through participationin SL Pete senior citizens since She was cited for her proficiency on, Miss Elaine Shtflett Miss dance around a tree full of lolll- et
    outdoor activities. The camp'seniority begins\ at 80( they constitute In the study of current events Martha Cox, Miss Francis Mo x>ps. .. The Little Gingerbread Florida Bankers 1r
    opens June 14 and continues no more than 73.7 percent Mr. Race, in behalf of the Woodmen Phaul and Miss Patsy Hamilton. Man, a playlet 6. The Maypole
    through August 13, however the of the population a few of the World, presented a Dance, a circle dance around a Continued Sixteen)
    ( on Page
    first two camping sessions are did get a sniff, and 'twern't Mulligan medal to Stewart Bins m for outstanding FORD TO BACK JOHNSON Maypole with colorful streamers. BABEL IS WILD I the fame everyone Is given a
    filled and openings remain only I stew cooking, neither. scholarship in American Ilion the diplomas were presented toe The proper training of personnel chance to arrange his cirdt. Play
    fur the period July 8-18, July 10 In fact there weren't no pot of History, Auto maker Henry Ford D by Mrs Janice Butler to to staff this rapidly expIUldlng The stock exchange full swing begins after each hit said he Is
    August 2, August 2-8 and August I nothing What was cooking was a James A. Shanks, supervising) says he will support President the: 28 graduates: Diane Abney field is being well served looks like a madhouse to the un.lnIU.ted.1t rud,.
    plot for GOP candidate Charles rlnclpal, named to "Who's Who" Johnson for reelection no matter Tammy Bassett, James Bryan, by leading trust officer on our certainly accomplishes The players do not take turns
    815.Boys and girls between the Holley and his campaign strategists the following seniors who rank- whom the Republicans nominate. Jill Butler, Max Butler GraemeSywater faculty" things, though-and It's very ex- but haggle with one mother. Two

    ages of 10 and It may obtain to figure how Carlos could ed top scholastlcally: Stewart Ford said that his vote fur Jol.n- Kimberly Crosby, Director of tne school is RIch- citing."Babel," s new playing card playeri may compete by biddingfor
    complete Information and applications blaze a trail to the governorship.The Jlinson, Carol Crouch, Brenda son would be his first for a Democratic Charles Dean, Mary Frances ard M. Jackson, trust officer, game, attempts to rloCl'I.IAh.. a card held by third.. Players
    for camping reservations nonus, Kay Adams and Eddie Presidential candidate. Dunwody, David Gibson Laura First fun of the can agree to trade a card "sight
    campaign manager gave Palmer National Bank and II
    by writing the Youth Conservation Taylor, President Johnson was given Gaza, Randy Hanna, dark Trust stock ex* .' unaeen." Two cards cm be offered
    the GOP candidate a gem dandybit Company, Sarasota JamesS.
    Camp Came and Fresh Water advice which, If Charlie takes lie then presented trophies to Ford's endorsement when he Hutchinson, Harold Joscy, Jimmy Craig, vice president and trust chsnge by to ,; for one.The only restriction placed
    care Crouch and Stewart Ray Kelly, Ronnie Maxwell, offering theplsyer J/rfj. on the play is that a
    player may
    Flap Commission, Ocala, Hlnson made a brief stopover in De '
    will help and if he don't he's had officer. Union Trust Company, St
    for Ricky Nelle McCall ( not look at hand
    Florida being salutatorian and vale troit. Mays, Mary Is a another's nor
    ill dictorian, respectively of the 1SU4 Ann Munro, Vie Parramore, Ray Petersburg, Associate Director. chance to 00 show his own hand.
    "Governor" began the C M.. graduating class. RUSK REPRESENT Rowan, Mark Sechler, Cliff Sam A. Tinkler, Jr., vice president run around, a When one player announces"I'm
    U. S.
    Thousands At I'd! like to address you as such Strickland, Robert Taylor Anne and trust officer Broward bid like mad. 5a ;"t i out," all action halts. A player
    for the next six years. But your Secretary of State Dean Rusk Jolley Thomas and Terry Vlck.era. National Bank, Fort Lauderdaleand and never may go out if his hand contains
    Annual Meet excellency, for Gawdsakes watch QuincySiudenisContinued led a U. S. delegation to India Walter A. Wraae, vice president I.' keep still for a second. any two of certain combinationslike
    out. Take the low swamp path U where he attended the funeral of I Others taking part In the program and trust officer, First National la the standard gsme of Babel a lush and s full house or If
    you have to but stay toell away Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru were Theresa Baretlch, Bank Fort Lauderdale are three to five players UM a regular he has any one of certain! com
    Of Scientists from that High road ( on Page Sixteen) In President Johnson's formal Den! JI Brandon, Clay Jester, Assistant Directors pick of fifty-two cards Deal ten blnatlons like a double straight.
    "And' Governor, we better get, vation Army medical message of condolence to Indian Jan Mahaffey, Marsha Thompsonand William Bradley Munroe, executive cards to each player and put the Each player's score Is Is recorded.
    A call to use "spiritual gown" going\ go everywhere and keep missionary President Sarvepalll Red Bette B. VanLandlngham. vice president of The Quin-' remainder of the pack face down Then a new hand dealt out A
    In India He '
    came back to this State Bank I* In attendance. running total of each player'sscore
    to help solve the worId'lproblemJI thorny loliig. 1 just got word 10 police country to receive the award. hakrishnan, he said the fallen In- The nursery school boys and cy as the tock pile. is kept and the first playerto
    of human relation. and officers missed roll call In Jax Mr. Peters, and an alumnus of dian leader was "a great and be- girls who did not participate In 1 The object of the tame Is to get reach 200 wins the game
    race Inequalities" greeted Chris last night The scouts are out, Emory, has made notable contributlons wed man." the program were Debbie Ge[>- PATS WITH PENNIES combinations of cards scoring thigmtest Babel Is an especially exciting
    lien Scientists at their Annual and three Blitzer divisions are on to education chairman hart, Jan Mahaffey, Jaet Porch number of points Scoring game for a group of more than
    Meeting on June t In Boston. alert to roll one at police and of the Georgia\ State as Board and Ralph Perkins.An San Bernardino, Calif. When ti band mainly on Poker flfUen. Complete rules for "party"
    of
    Several thousand member from two at fire stations." Education The South's pulp and paper Industry the Internal Revenue Service tolda handi although you do not hive Babel. well n for the standard
    many state and countries attended Led by Candidate Holley and a Bishop James K. Matthew f spends $20 million a week unusual harpsichord has native of this city It had refunded |4 know Poker to play Babel. game are Included In Abbott'i
    I the meeting at The Mother band the GOP group marched Boston delivered the baccalaureate o for pulpwood and the wages and been added to the musical collection him $250.04 in error and Trying to get needed cards, Ntw Cart Camel by Robert Ab.
    1 Church, The First Church of through downtown singing their sermon Sunday at Glenn Memorial salaries paid to 80,000 employees of the Stephen Foster Me- he must repay the money, the Babel players bargain and trade bott, published by Stein and Day,
    Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Mas campaign song: "Deck the Man Church on morial. The Instrument was angry man got hit revenge. He with each other. At the start of New York.
    sachusetts.A don Walls For Ilulley." I 873 degree campus.Some Hope springs eternal fat the built In Ohio for display and use put 29,004 pennies on the coulter -
    message from The Christian over half of them In were the granted erod- hearts of those who have eternal at the White Springs Foster Me- of the tax office and walked

    Science Board of Director I hope. morial. out. _.
    reaffirmed -, Area Insurance tulle and professional Aekls.Among -- ------- -
    the church' convictionthat tl i graduates from this
    the mightiest force on earth area were: Quincy- Merrill Dee
    Men Fair Bound
    Is "the still small voice of unl Wynne, BBA; Alexander Love
    vessel Christian Ide ll.m." Hinson, BA; and Richard Terry
    I mlJmD
    All human thinking 1* being Monday. June IS, will be Independent Roberts. BA. DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT BASEMENT SALE!

    stirred to Its very depths, the Life Day at the Mew
    message noted. But "the Mind of York World's Fair and more than BLUNT WORDS FROM KII8K
    Cartel divisions 1,400 officers, representatives
    surmounts of
    and families of the Independent Secretary of State Rusk ha accused
    creed and doctrine, and binds In
    Ma and AccIdent Insurance Co. Red North Vietnam of ag F o
    I, one holy family all who love God
    I I. aid seek to do Ills will" will be there to participate In the reunion against Lao and South
    Vietnam and declared the South
    j+, The election of Edward Frodermun activities. ,
    I 1: as the new president of The visit to the fair will be aside Vietnam war may be expanded
    t the church for the coming yearwas attraction of the Company' "if the Communists persist" in theirCOUI'H I
    of aggression. The blunt
    announced. annual Sales Seminar, which will
    Ills address to the gathering be held at the Americana lintelIn words from the usually mild Rusk
    described "spiritual New York, June 14-17. Because were taken as a possibility of action

    a necessity! for meeting perception'as today's of the large attendance, .directly against North Viet
    of the Independent Life num.AM
    great human relpmalbW.tica. many
    group will be housed in the dry
    "This unparalleled hour Is presenting Squire Hotel, U well as the Amer- EXCISE TAX CUT

    an opportunity for each of cans. The Administration's kehg-range
    us," he said. It ha become essintiiU Independent Life President, ?lans rail for a cut In excise taxes
    to "make use of our God Jacob F. !r Ill, and VicePresident it 1966 and another reduction in :
    given spiritual power." Ilrtal have ar income taxes the following
    year
    that will In LADIES'DRESSES LADIES' SHOES
    Co ed-d.1'CIit television was : program were revealed by informed sources. I
    used tor the first time at the by persons prominent It... thought that President BirdseyeDIAPERS
    meeting, which In the Insurance Industry and a In Black.
    annually draws Johnson will announce this tentative I Dress Styles
    lID attendance of general discussion ot company $148
    about 7,000 problems timetable during next fall's Bed.W'IowSpring
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    members,
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    They heard reports from several speaker at the luncheon on Tues BARRY AND IKK I and Summer
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    copies of Mrs. Eddy's book' Peale Life not believe the Republican Fret 27 x 27 Slaw While Quantities Last NOW $ 4.88
    "Science and Health with Key Independent representatives kkvtiuu' pattern set down by former
    to the Scriptures" were sold dur from! this area who have qualified. President Eisenhower Is cleo I
    ing the past year than in I to attend the New York functions signed to derail his conservative $ 99
    any .1
    other since its tint publication include C T. Straup,hn. Qulnry campaign fur the White House.Goldwaier NOW -
    (115). Manager and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. was said to believe
    Frailer ot Chattahoachee.A.NOTI1ER that it Eisenhower was out to Flats and Casuals
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    New York John Goggln, 67. St Petersburg.('&III FOR FU. MILK- While dential nomination, the 1're11'1.I WESTERN JEANS Black.White,Bone.
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    dows daws.figures In he He skyscrapers has began washed washing In about 1970,000 win-wed, Bill with flame Bailey the saw driver He a finally car Ota ahead caught Shaffer, trailing up, :Eleven Ji: grants been Disease totaling awarded and nearly by the Insect ; =at Sums points:::to 18.. L L. SHEETING

    CUD windows since then and hopes whose car was ablaxe under the Research Council a group NOW $2.88
    to continue until he la 93. Gogginsay bond. They used SVi gallons of of universities In the South to aid Selected Quality.
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    on her robe and
    went to
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