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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 18, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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VOLUME 04. NO. 29 QUINCY, FLORIDA. I1JSI, THURSDAY, JUKE U, 1884 ... PER COPY TEN CENTS!:




Children's New Reading Are G County Presented Boys General Manager !IsFurniture Named






Room Opened MondayA F.F.A.Cadsden County AwardsSix boys were

among 181 member ol Future For
Farmer of America receiving Local Firms
the State Farmer degrees awarded
A ribbon cutting ceremony Man-1 by the State Association. The I
afternoon formally I opened the I! awards were presented at the 36th -
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Children' Reading Room locateden Radio'PhoneService Annual State PTA Convention In
the second story of the QuIncy Daytona Beach Thursday mom- .' ... Sales Director

Public Library. | inK, June 11. The total labor ,,.., .
Attended by dignitaries from Is Now Income ol these member from Also AnnouncedFor
Tallahassee and QuIncy and many productive enterprise was $J70Receiving ,- "W
member ol the small try set, the I 282.51. ; !!
Available HereTelephone the awards from
ceremony opened with a short '\ Concerns
Gadsden County were Vann Edward
talk by Mrs. Don Brown, president
of the QuIncy Junior Woman calls local or long Bryant and Floyd Elbert
'* Cub. distance, from your car or truck Suber Jr., Greensboro; Joe John- I. L Bell Co.. Inc. And
became a reality In this area sun and Jimmy Stephens, Havana,
She described the opening u "a Tuesday, according to Mitchell and Joseph: Edward Bowman and NorrU Furniture Corp.
"red whit and blue letter day.
Mrs. Brown s wd < N. Drew, president of the Quincy Wayne Lewis Johnson, Qulncy. I Under New Perionntl
told the
attending vJnd Telephone Company, Wayne Johnson winner of the I
croup that member ol the Junior "
Woman' dub had pent a total a it Mr. Drew stated that ml will subdistrict and district tractor Carl F Brenner ol Lnulsvtlle,
of 600 hour ol hard manual work g enable businessmen and other In driving contest, placed third in Kentucky arrived In Qulncy this
ter'steel parties to have a telephone the state contestJoe week take
converting the unuiued room Into to over as general
an attractive children' reading In their vehicle which will Johnson, a IT year old .manager tor J. L, Ml Co,
loom. She concluded her talk by operate the same u a telephoneIn graduate of Havana High School 1 lino i and .theN Furniture I II
stating, "The child who read becomes a business office or Ink rest was aim named Star State Fanner |(b'pnralIplan'. Frank MoGraih
the adult who know And dence. for District II and Area I. He I alan of Louisville, has *r.
now the member of the Junior The system to fully automatic. is the son of Mr. and Mr*. Elmo rived to fill the pout ot sale (II.rector .
WITIlICub turn the reading) that to, no operator will be required Johnson, of Havana. His Vocational I fur Nutria Furniture
room over to the QuIncy Woman'i] to switch the radiotelephone Agriculture instructor is Corporation
Club Library rVmmlttu*." calls /to now required 0. E. Yearly. 1 Brenner to a lifelong furniture
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Miss Sara May Love, chairmanof Hyndul Hubbard In a ": ty-f such systems.The Joe received/ a $21 check from I maker, having been a part of Ms
the QuIncy WITIlICub LIbrary I radio-telephone will place Mid-States Steel and Wire Company father's special furniture manu
Committee, commented that Wyndel Hubbard calls through the Qulncy exchange and $100 from the Southern (acturlng plant since 1022. Brer
the completion ol the Children' to any of the telephones Nitrogen Company, Savannah, nee later served u a design and
Reading Room was the very thing available through the QuIncy Ex. Georgia and the Florida Nitrogen 'construction engineer( In the furry
that would give use boot. Receives Degree change including Greensboro, Company of Tampa to attend the iture division ol the Mengel Com.
Grelna and Havana In the National Convention In Kansas If party, now Kroehler'l ol Louis*
Miss Elizabeth Cole same
the thousands of I
accompanied Among young City, Missouri next October L:1;: ,
by Mr Virginia Grlggpublic Americans graduating tills June manner u the call to made froma along vule. He was also. secretary,
with t/ title.
treasurer and
telephone served by wires. The plant manager ot
library consultant, from Tallahassee one of the proudest to Wyndel
lie started Vocational
only differ ice will be that Instead taking .. .. Columbia Mantel Company, manu
congratulated the groupon Ttiart Hubbard ol Quincy a Agriculture In the Havana high ". I ...."" facturers
at
occasional furniture.
of a dial, the radiotelephone
Just the before splendid QuIncy effort Mayor put forth.Leon student member ol-a Florida vary select PresbyterianCollege' group ol will be activated by numerical School in the Fall of 1MO and b* CHANGEOVER Carl Brenner (left) takes over a* general manager of J. L BU Co. Its to currently.JW'rt..and

Weaver pushbuttons.Also (Continued M Fate Two) Inc. and Norris Furniture Co. from John Stucker ( ) owner ol .
cut the red, white and first graduating class. right, consulting management engineer .
nets Inc.
blue ribbon extended across the This 1 in much u the radio-telephones are has been manufacturer ol radio
significant u who directing operation pending the appointment and arrival of and television cabinets.:
able to receive calls from MinisterAt
entrance leading upstairs, he expressed this class to distinguished by a any New
Mr. Brenner. Frank McGrath
the appreciation of thecommunity Ugh level of achievement.On ol the more than 8,000 telephone (center), U he new" ealea director lot Norris Furniture Member ol the Episcopal

to the ladles responsible June 1, degrees were conferred that can dial a Quincy number Forest HillsThe Co. Church, Mr. and Mr*. Brenner'
for the project. -There to upon M student by President locally. In addidon to this radiotelephone I are active In church work and
nothing more worthwhile than William a Kadel at St. user may now place or Rev. Curtis Bonner has County Commlulon will be bringing an active Interest .
proving the education ol Petersburg's exquisitely modem receive long-dlstanc calls u well assumed duties a* the new minister Shelter Heads I Tobacco Quota In hmpllal srrvlce Into the
dren," Mr. Weaver emphasized.The tm-I Pasadena Community Church. a* \local call*. of the Forest Hill Methodist Four Fallout community
C ldreD'. Reading Dr. J. Peter Elder, dean ol the The Federal Communication 3iurch. Frank McOrath brings txperImce -
Is decorated Ina spanking bright Gradual School ol Arts and Commission gave approval to the A native ol Columbus Georgia DevelopmenlCorporation I Is Increased ol several successful year
red, white and blue motif. Three I Science, Harvard University, Quincy Telephone Company's application Mr. Banner Is a recent graduated Shelters Are In sales lie has lIMn central
walls and the telling are done In gave the commencement address. the middle of April for Asbury Theological Seminaryin I Cartwlen County lohacco growers sale! He has been central sale
white while a third wall to painted Wyndel Is the son ol Mr. and the Installation ol this useful and WUmore, Kentucky, receiving will earn an adtlitltmal flM manager fur the Mengrl Company
a Flag Blue. The floor to a (Oonttnmd o* Page Twe) unique service.Clark's his a & He received his a A per acre due to an Increase I In Located Here continuing with the Krwh-
soft gray. The \low reading tables from Asbury College\ and has attended Marcus Shelter\ was eledn their harvesting limit, slated Robert 1 her Manufacturing Company until
are topped in shiny red paint and the University ol Ken- president of the Qulnry Development Gardner, chairman ol the type Four buildings In Qulncy ml he became general manager ol
the many bookcases with multicolored Dream RealizedAs tucky where he hag almost! completed Corporation at a special U control committee.For alile fir public lallout shelters will Crass of UulsvlUs. Mr, and Mrs.
books add to the cheery fall Master degree meeting of this Industrial development two year tobacco grower mm 'be clothed *UM>UMI, Mtiirath arc member ol tile
atmosphere ol the room. Mr. Bunner held a group last Wednesday have tarn limited to gatheringla stated George B. M.t.u: :: Catholic faith.
Among those attending the ceremony torale at the atuJcr In afternoon, June 10. Other officers leave from each plant The dm County Ovll Defrnss Dll'ft'tor.1

were Miss Alice Sanford Gravel Switch, Kentucky while 11l'tNI1I'I Howard Fletcher, vicepre.klent limit was set up under a voluntary In his report to the County Commission For Scoulera -
QuIncy librarian, City Commissioner Tour in attendance at seminary ; They Me Phersun, secretary agreement through Socrelary Tuesday afternoon the
Ned Hlnson, Mrs. E. Nash Dow ProgressesJWC Mr*. Banner Ruth) to a native ; W. Bradley; Munro*: of Agriculture: Orville Freeman to'Courthouse, Marcus designated I Summer Fun
Phllpot, Mrs. A. W. Flake Mr*. ol Boston, Mass. The couple has treasurer, and Philip C Davis, avoid overproduction: In tire faced th* bur bathing a* the CourthnuM. -
Amos Davis and Mrs. James mend two children Drew, age 7 and assistant treasurer. a surplus. Th* surplus has Masonic Temple, the
the Quincy Woman' Cub. Representing Agriculture to great It's far Lynn, 6.Thrift. The special meeting had been now decreased and the socretaryot C d Irnthe County Ilrepltaand Is Basic Theme
the Junior Woman' dnatlng Just to watch and help celled to ek dub were .Mr*. W. L. Montague, with its pr Menu .in' CadsdanCounty. ThanksContributors new officers and tilt U* posts W Increase bum IV to U leaves. *' ale submitted Ids
Mr*, R L. Massey, Mrs. David To be able to tour many Shop Is vacant In the past year by the' per plant Ovll Defense Agency budget for All Aclivities
Bum and Mr*. Max C oza. state and visit the farms r.' deaths of C J). Johrmn, treasurer The type a) control committee U644I etfecdv .* of July 1. A

search facilities, county agent Junior dub Open SaturdaysThe i H. E. Morgan, Vic president initiated the change June a. Type motion was made bv Vliv- flmi. Summer fun with a nu.
offices, and study them to a dream The Woman' appealed and John Ashley! a director. The U to a type ol lobacoo. Tie committee man Murray 8pnI) .; that the pose Is the basic l--them ol
1PIIETI I am fulfilling now, : to tilt merchant 2 week Qulncy PTA Thrift Shop corporation adopted a reaolutitm and the majority ol grow budget be approved It was ** June avtlvlne* ft* Cub Snot
I left Tallahassee\ by plan' early, ago for the Children' Room at at 423 the W. Crawford St If months Sal
a Sunday morning June 7. La the the library. during summer on community-spirited worker requested change Ihruugh the oVpartment Wond..rd, ploy post In the Huwanne* nlvo.r

ljtUtl-:. plan* pulled Just above the cloudsat The response so far has been *urday.m. only.12 noon The and hours 3:30.9: are .p.m.:JO New director were elected u of agriculture. It WIle also approved hy till Area Council ol the Hoy Scouts
I tr 1,000 left w* passed over the follows: Board that an amount of (WO be ol America.
The to
very favorable and they sri so Thrift Shop In urgent
Havana area leaving Cadsden pleased they would I like to publicly need at clothe, particularly boys Term expiring\ IMd It C Throe Gadsdon earmarked .>f a civil defense, The Cub Sued Olympic U the
and training highlight for the tint ninth nf
I SILL P/MY County. I looked below sure thank th* following: Frosty clothe Morgan, Jr. emirs tC which Marcus
and John Dimmer where he I. P. and 10
The trouble with that drama of enough shade ol the my bright horn colored county tobacco were Mom $29: May Drug C .- $18; Anyone who lUll clothe to donate Term expiring IWi W. E.Mlddlelon People NamedTo will tu part the deputy last of July to year dd Cub Smuts bks part In
Howard Fletcher, WU-
Teli-phon 01.S16:1
QuIncy ; and find
It Impossible to nlnlatur
Nymph emits Inclu
the destitute North Carolina family bidding me so-long. I hurriedlytook QuIncy Slat Bank- $29; MePhersun Ham M. Smith, J. & iugftn, Jr., Ba'Jto\'' Mich.
starring Lady Bird Johnsonas several color slides u the take them to the Thrift Shop due.tog CHS Board bile were opsned on tag a chariot rat* and a psni.
Electric $5; the hour Leon Weaver, J. L. Hutchlnsunand
heroin of the tobacco Wynne'1 open on Saturday bur 1M! Won.
prewar on poverty cloud perfectly framed 1 which will
picture to the truth sometime farm $3; Bell and II asked to leave them with Mr. William Dodson. Three GadsnVn County rMbhnls b* uard bytCbuntypr Road "Bummer was made 6* Cut
from bit :Fk ther Contey-- $20; Quincy' Lamar Munroe, Jr, at 206 E.Cing Term expiring MM: Bradley have been appointed to the limn and Scout because they have Dine to
come underpaid playtl'land In Atlanta Ga., Bridge Department Inmarvjotuvm
ruin movie. After sLvplng Casket Co. $9; Bell and Bates- Street at any time during Munroe, P. C Davis, Mitchell of Directors ol hit North OntralDMshin I Molar do things, to nuh things, to visit
a :I"
bId
Comtiany |IIIW andkllllmiMlIIIII't'
Birmingham Ala. and Memphis $29 Joe Wedelet Inc.-- $25; he _Ie.Snake ,
; Drew, Tewy Mcfnemin, F.meet ot the Q Jdma' Hums (: I historical areas, and to work on
From what the housewife ot Teniu. I arrived at Littl Rock, Crouch's Drug*- a shell full olbookrj Bletenholx, J. A. Naff and Floyd Society ol Fluriila.ThiM homer' Hlrt moved their outdoor award '
11 Andrew
the N. C horn had to say about Ark.. where I Joined eleven other Williams Constructton- Bassett.4H'ers. > appointed were: Dr. J. that the flee receive the contract *, the cuuntll )
the production of Lady Bird's county agents, each from a different -all the materials at cost plus a Bite Kills Lloyd Massey: Mltrhell Drew: Ormmtsstiinrr Woodward *scondad eipUinsd. Scout COIIII'IQoaIooPr
pro-war film for tv the suspected state. In Link Rock we $10 check. Front the private dttsms and Sam Cunningham, Cotta the Inot .).
they were going to use her home, started traveling In two station appeal w* received a $10 Negro Boy HereA Attending melee, assistant director of the Graham McKsown, durf sanl- Boy aerie Comet ol troop are planning
a special actlvlll fur
*
yard and young'ns Candid Camera wagons. W* were all pleased that check and a box of book from isychulngy tartan, appeared before the County *
or Truth or Consequences. they were air conditioned because Mr* Ann Smith. Gad deoa County Negro boy State Conference SUI* H< plUi. M.MMngtam Commlatiiin to reference 10otJIalnlnc (CMId M race Tee ,
A political trig hot told her what three week of manually travelng "W an extremely grateful to who wa bitten by an untdmtined has also bean etwtad treasurer a second hand car that I
time her Lady Blrdship would can be hot and tiresome In the above' person There to Mill a soaks last Mondsy afternoon at Seven Gadsdrn County 4H'ers ol the newly Sensed board. will be wad to the county mns- Bridge FinishedOn
arrive and what prop to have up the summer. M ol need at the children's room.W TW died the following day at ar* attending ubthe first annual The Horth Central dlvtoVti offt ;qulto antedprapam. II* Mated
and to wear the tattered flour and The first farm I visited was a are still receiving checks and 4:20 p.m. at Cadsden County It* State til Conference toGalneevtll *2-mr old fiicMy he may b* able to purchss oar Ochlockoneo
feed sackcloth dress. And havebaniPn& huge lie farm In Arkansas which are delighted with any and all pltal. *, JIM IS a If.Th ed to Feoruary. IU d<'= bran the Development tbmmliIm *-
washed old p garment* onth rotated raising fish and no*. The contribution If anyon* has d J.1 i Robert Taylor, age a was bitten them fcr the week to MII In Tallahassee at 101 North Gads- at a bargain. If .nut be The. bridge accuse the O-Alnrk-
clothe line. flooded rice fields were new to '* 'book or small sturdy chit 1 while working on one of the to- Foundation Inr the Fissure" dun mrerL Utvlsl-n dlrsctrsr Hubert wanted the !Hoard' approval to one River en Highway 21 b*>
And, since their role were me and the Idea of raising fish as :::::'* chain we would b* very bares ferns In th* community. Rheryt Thompson to a nvmberof \ Furlough MId the office I II buy on on the open market leant Tallahassee and Havana
most Important because the star (Cosflnawd M Page Two) happy to have tilt UM of them in I In IM3 seven bite* wen renrtMl the publicity committee; Llnby now ofterin*; conpUl adriptlisis No obk ctlnM were mad ha best cnmptofed by fmtl 0...
would pat heads and chat with the children' reading room," a* being treated at our Bum will take part In rvb..* to residents ol CadsilMi, Dr. B. U OlarkwelnVr, chrwtnr Mnrtlfln Company ol Thnmuvule -
m. be sure the kids took off Youth ; dated Mrs. Don Brown president Iorall hospital, but none wen fatal nuns and Aon Huhrr to :C110ft Ttykir, Uhrrty.\ Lalayetl*, ku of the Cadsdm Owirty HnllhPepaitmenl Ga. tart of the luurlamdstrurture
their shoes and not to forget their Negro of the Junior Woman's Cub recorded they were bitten by- leader. wan**, Hamilton, FranUIn Ws-, auhmltudi I rrporton was I7M.2U.
line: "14a, ain't we'uns ever I rattler, 1 morrasln I pigmy FouHI'en bulls, Lean, Jeflerson, and ..... mdlgimt padsMi.St. I llamiMtt CowMrufOun (b. of
gonna eat vlttlu ag'1n1" Drowns Sunday rattler and 4 unidentified bake attending are Libby son CountM. .i r Tallahassee .has begun a lUll.
Duma. Louis
Everything moved smoothly, School Board Ml* treatments at Gadsdm Owny.llnpital ffunday, Aim Iuhrr Ablating Mr. Furlough arcaseworker VH contract to few-tan the Ugh"
I antes Edward Donaldson. 15yeareld lilt tied Jeynem WIKJdI.ofI7, Swept Paul's Makes
after lights and camera wen year were M,.. ratrtrta Vane* ay .between Havana and the
set up for another production of Gadsdea Count/ Negro Awards BidsThe with fifth highest In the state as Tbnmpsrsi, Harold Ray, and Jim and )In. Joan Callln, Taflahs 00wJr1IIa JIM,
around reported by hospital I ftprmer. They WIll h* amompan- _. William T, May of TaUahaase
Film Flam Political Films. Lady drowned Sunday evening
Blrd' performance may win her I pjn. In an irrigation! pond on County Ichonl Bawd at Its I and led by Mrs.JcAn CMriey Ruswll dark., Csonry eIIItant Acrnt. The society to a private, Matml *- Great ProgressMost third cnstrWfule Real Saudmember

an Oscar BuIlt also may help the Butler farm.According I last regular meeting on Wsdnea- New City Cab ,torn* Demonstration AgcnL (( ...< es fsg Tw) ol us this hulldln. rvjnrtaMt M plY>(TMi| (if
pus other phasM ot the evmil U. A
make Lyndon a matinee Idler. : to lit local chrrtfTs day, June I, awarded bid on I and Mnth
at tile of King
Republican who reviewed tilt department: the tragedy occurred several item. Service Hero owner aT tour-tanging Iron the Georgia
FIRST BAPTIST Southsido Sets Adam Chisel tr ""JOtII 1. W* bile south to ChMUnd.\
tint critical of
were 'They after sane youth' had run across Knight Paper Company Tails hirer It *. M. Past'spat FpUro. !!. MM table and Oeemwnt
course, expected Barry Scrooge- the cast William A. SUNDAY SERMONS
the farm 10 tilt poi an McUurWtn. formerly
But happyrhlldrsfi
Churrn.
water to get _U ned as nortgag tide of Highway 37. then Charles basses. submitted the low bid ofJO.JJ of Talw.wtJI operatethe I The few. rime E. Oirtlnn, Bible SchoolThe tt to -II.t .. Mkmsx JtmlntrtMl 90 (ice ha completed.

*said was As for the (tar, probably was stricken by cramps.I per nan lor furnishing a Oty Cab to Qulnry beginning peek of the First Baptist Church Rev. David L tlaO. tutor m Its ground Skew the It erl pr to tar-Ian and of Ole the$highway Ua.M7 from pro)

they tt per usual. LadyBird 1* began Jumping up and down total of 2,0)0 team ol IV* I U.JO ks turday moralno wul drthrr the msssag*. "A Long of luuthsfcto BaptM Chapd. alas- ruTi lobed Sur IWardsd QIS.dt'IIft. the ()larbr ea* ftiver math to
play dual role of a Florence he was By callttn (274141 a sty Hot 1unImer "
and splashing tndtcadng ,
In. No. 4 wMI mimeograph lunlsy mask nnunn Vacattun BU4 Ichonl Havana and that the $UJ>.7IO
Nightingale and a Mad Hari to trouble. Two of his friends and duplicator paper and this bid Cab may b* reached by direct At tilt evmtef srrvtre Mr. ... PsuT a* K to raW by the Ham* .*.***.. TsllshauM amiDw
to an her films. attempted to save hint but be I hi ulptni The enxnparnyslow dial system. With It year scrime > CutOno swr, IJv Yew Lib Prepa.lket Day to plead | After the bousewlf to HighPoint grabbed them and pulled them' bid of ton per ream torBimtoMnc *. Mr. McLaurhun pmnv and Llk fl," will be hard as Saturday, June trma 9:30: Ie19x0 HI: and began opmofl*} to sup cent ewnpMe.Tha prr
saw tilt pictures Lady Bird under. a total of 400 ream*I levee efficient--servtr*. ft* Peak of lithe : oars, and ft* regular i lemorr cA ft* same year. II to e htklMi week hwfcuUrf ewer
latest film Flam Film hit a new The pond was dragged and ft of tilt *am* taper .to. legal sue -- wise M>nd y' nags rrtdsy.isv witi IcU; eilstlng 1.1 mile. of
low. The Carolina mother told body bINS Monday morning wa* aiM accepiad, a* wU a* a I .1 JJ-M cart snorabif from two-ten saniway.ypta.dre and
about the who setup. That said around I.JO. bdfcauon were hepaakkad Ud of $04$ per ream fur M I.M until 11.W e'rlurfe. PI4v. ra.e Tw bridge* Into 4 tour-tan lacUlty.
her family to bettor off bra ICs and locked W.* arm I teems of /a I II canary second .. J. Mr. Hall tortUflr" kwu>* *v- Work brtufled building a Uvl.
been for year around the Irrigattnaj> pipe on 0w dws ."...* fcr a tier of BihU daily non-ptnOt am dummlmillnmVday 5.4 bridge wean DM rivet and aSllnot

Now. she aid, vryon hi tilt bottom otCrichton tar pm Twe hundred case of InfiX worsMD, handwork. parse aridrFfrnhmmu. artnol oprrslln*! coirumiMly bvrtorilnf IM.. 1Wtt..*. Th **l*|.
eounty think they*!* poverty Issue wet pordijd from Knight v--T- A Bibto study cUss wits lie county school tyiuni.wildstepee M brtoff* wr* s.rtUlly trmov*
Mrtcke* and tbryT better oilIbaa MemberOf Paper Company. TaOahsase atM i'a I IwiB b* conducted each moratng'Inr Jose a summer.,. TratowM snoi M- *d and rwonstnicted skngsUI
.......
IDIIIt stets $ per CM dekVered to Qukvey the new wens
t1.raAa larded etulldten brtww the se
A of ks* J* I* day*. .war T _
team Impartial reporter Federal Bar
N .f sbi and II. U9 aegis ad a*
from four Bno l maueadtogpublications. The Board also purvtaaed 1000 Allan Bostick ......... At the brslfmtog of ft* At Tho Theatres
Lift. Noosrwik. Over- Tom CHchtos of Atlanta waafctmaUy sus ef ** ** toaito tram PuperSupply arhnol year to Irptonvbif ftv

Cm aad See Yonder. conflnDsd.knwv adratnrd to pnctto* as Cnrapany, Albany Georgia Receives Degree tKldrn weep _....... Dunne This Week
r. by today's standard the an attorney More the Veiled for $2.70 pr caw dcovcndM : 'Ih aiMtwr child wa *n-
High Mot family to to pIMI1J.1bt SUM DMrict Court tor *. Quay lea alt W oar.. Alkrt M>1er IVistkk. .. *(|( .r':' ft total sumberat Al ft* Leaf Thecae Thundayad
lady and her Isabvmdea.eb.oneehat bav Norther District *f Georgia on 111 elan atfkr0. IIIe BmIII Mr. and Mrv A. ... rk tirk. afgutiry / rblldn atMMtm, at .ris Bt, Fudsy "Dr *rangtU ,f'
below $...OOAOOOForMtry Monday of M --. Jectad ft ftrw bfcto wnmined wa* twafilrd the B. A.!1 arrtng goriest lie,... letur1aIan -
Mr. Cricfaaon 10069 graduatedEaMty ,lot suppr/tng talk tar and ftctaoto degree *l tilt> unrtr.. xOt Covjft A M**> lie af H. pee ehiaper itay duuM ftw*>. <1 oftAIIt
tor She
agrwdto
Report baa VK Msny lAw I easing year MBfWMPfflt tlafft IWwrsMy af ews nk wa Wt to her ascvsaan Wean" Marring CliffUrhard

The Cadsoea County Forestry Mioal ..... after tonrtog nereatoOy ...repose. IdnOol aw sari bd at of a$0 bets f7. k Inn, fewans, Tent, brgM operatMl at ft* (rfewigrmAj thus "TUv**. Cuna,"

Service report no woods tn Is : aaaMtf the Georgia Barr I..sear *n.to by Vekto MUll Onvany. J M 1. II II1W ty towering M a* enwr steam( RIr..... Bssvnart and
tilt past svu day. Number of :,../*** admtttod tit prwtiN',' Sunst.CDoperaav JRale 'e beads este srMftwr lurft Sleds became vMlabl*. h ,.. hates Tsytor. Sunday, Monday and
mod INs reputed .tor* January brfore the GeorgMi -upertor 11IIIo.u. sad ... iUlry.REVIVAL srfW to AB tfuut Chsprfwa venter, the Dent irht4anhlf wa Tu.*kiy- Tor Thus Who
1 .. r-U year add .*> to Jibcrntog AppeOai* Wile atEa>j I I ft* Very llev. Lawte.oelue gruttd. to DMsmaer, tour In** TMHC" Marring Jam**
41.11 acrt Number ofWQOdi ety ..... Crtr**. **. attire -1 ..* *f the Cancel Tik mnnh* after k* '< It Danrn w**-!* '- Th* Car
INs reported at Isle HIBiTOn the Georgia flat Ja vet and w*., SLATED kal fmawy to ,.,.. y Hers tottkai wa towered to ,tUUM,** Marring thief JUmwra
totaled 3I bara a e.saebnm* aartor to slat I A revival win WcM af 7:. thetoday For ft Brat these to ft* ... SUM It to tnB4 Idol aaouat MIl Frank Avalisi.
log*mol a ywr-ag IcIIIIa& P"HI I ........ JII M ft. a XofcbW" Edward fa pkteed a* U naiM hl.feral Oaf Use srwtdty. ..,. wee eau be r.tor4 ag.M to tile searKarl I At the ttUI Drtv -ln Friday and

SableS to Use candy fcr the san d l >t>* C *l*|Owrksf+ God to Qutory. I caD over kU ovtsmobC lodlotoUyrtoo*. K* ta to .psale ow.0nIr.I a.-. alardsy tialherin. of Cat
pt week totfa tar dill peer 11..0-: at J *s swflli and I|, The 11 and to Use eel to ft to lie BJ* ol earl "It Frightewd Oris." lumJay
nonfat to Cadadt CatUtt QiSs ,, Its to so e6Is .sect
vcragUrg > I alas more thaa 1M w Au Avis and ha. an* and fa con&mlaa eottl trie** wtth# tk. Omaha Stock'Lane. WM Md so lie afls, daI4 TJ tee people rnpxmbl I.-ft Uw late berry" stank
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agricultural! economy of this nation a ..\1 r. tJ tH 1 n_ tim-I can be s bl'artbrealdna experience' draining dame garden, and Irrigating: end terrap.1
to
But
child.
Fuqua noted. "Not only are amide; W havea also vtsileToesr- in the life of any .. so, h* had the experan,. ,
cattle producers suffering from all th* county agents along the utard.tettbrlng.averyp. tools,
depressed prices due to the steady way and quizzed them on their agrlcultural cod alonenew. Retarded children and pairing oulldlngs equipment and 't'n',
Increase meat Imports but different from normal corpnts
producers ,' Jt;
Many mayore
of feed and other related and Chambers programs.of Commerce children In their need to belong, to a diseases.He .
products of the cattle Industry to haw love and atfec- has served as Presic ,
,
achieve
see that we are well greeted.We Beta Cub
the and his <
to r.
suffer from loss of markets. Voluntary from leer
plan to spend this weekend lion, to feel free School and Training tJnlor '
restrictions and to have
recently negotiated In Louis, Mo. and then start feel secure, to share, .
es. Also, he wss I mombei .
"
will be of
tS-or:
some help, he Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, understanding and taowWift Student Council, Letter .
l
pointed out, "but additional action Its i t
program
and maybe other ststes.I Through Church Choir, and the \ :
is needed. lie pointed out have all the agents amoklnlc11I'I hopes to help the home meet some Basketball Team. '.
that Is needed
Icgiitation now torequire that us that quality cigarwrapper -Iii thI'Ie 1ItI'd. ,
Future Farmers of \
the labeling of imported already been c'
has
I 1
tobacco in CadsYes Much progreas
meat so that the consumer whit grown I* of chapter st Greensboro Q\Iu\
mad by the l
iTTh den Coonl)' childrenic and Havana were rated
know if It II American ,
under health meat, produced M agriculture Is dynamic and! interest to all Gads at the convention. The Grer H.p, I
rigid standards I hope to find Ideas that den County, and will be reportedIn
Vocational Agriculturer.
or lilt Is Imported and of maybe 01 laymen in later article In this series. :, ,
help to our a D. "
questionable origin."I Parents having trainable retarded II James Revell the ', '
feel this is a quality controlmeasure the tutur children between the ages Instructor is M. D. Lanjfor an

; Fuqua said, "letting of 6 and 18 In the home who Havana, 0. C. Yearly.Summer .
the housewife know for certain Wyndel Hubbard desire to enroll their child In St.

where the mat she Is purchasing / ., I Paul School should contact Taylor Fun
comes from and then she can .v. 1 I (loetlnuid from ran One) Grantham buiiness phone 27713J -

make a determination of whetherto Mrs, Carl J. Hubbard of QuIncy. home phone 1127.246),
buy the U. S. or imported meat I ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL for Retarded Children Is I located He earned a bachelor of arts degree or Rev John Bywater St. Paul (Continued from Pane One
products It should serve to boost at the of and German. He has Church. This should )
comer King North Adams Street in Quincy. applied Episcopal
Bureau our sagging cattle industry as Organized in 1963 St. to .: Army Officer Candidate.Wyyodel be done Immediately since the June Including such event
George Johnson makes a call to the Farm office well as letting the consumer Uww July Paul's is a non-profit nondenominational session began June 15. historic flags for u
summer making
on West Jefferson Street from hi* car out In the country for certain the origin of the prod- day school operating with the county Is one d the founding The next article In this seriei parades and contacting us.txnelghbora >,1'

on a client' farm. He 1* using the recerftly( inaugurated uct they are paying for." school system. At present six pupils between the ages of freiiunen who pioneered with will tell of the background andgrowth just before holidavt ,

radio-tel.phon. tervice of the Quincy Telephone Company 1- 6 and 16 are enrolled.its Florida Presbyterian College In of The Gadded County Association remind them to fly their g>a
Mrs. Lambert III brave new venture Into the for Retarded Children. ;Then will also be acflr: /Iplannl'd

business leaden, the staff of private adoption agency In the entire field of higher education. Better around the theme "t \
a governmental agency and the country. Furlough reports than seventy-five per cent of the the Law" such as guest ipeakt!
Presents Pupils management of a private enter that lint year CHS placed a record founding freshmen are In the first F.F.A. Awards viewing elected official ati,
RESOLUTIONWHEREAS I prise. 875 children in permanent graduating ciau, class perent and visiting law enforcement 11
1, Piano pupils of Mrs. James C Southern'! President Riley con adoptive born J. State. headquarters of the graduating have (ConUnoed from Fsfe One) flee and courts.
JOHN G. ASHLEY died on May 28, Lambert were presented In a recital caned with Norman and txpreued are In J.cklonvlli.Ith dl. been accepted for graduate workat Boy Scouts are also\ planr.n:
Ms appreciation for the man vision offices located In strategic top schools scross the country, came a Greenhand member of for attendance at Camp Semi
at her home ;
1964 and his death loss to the communityIn Thursday evenlnr -
was a great and have received the Future Farmers. Since then,
thirty which Is
June 4 at 730. hours devoted "by the CPA staff, areas throughout the state. percent lachee operated bhi
which he lived because of his interest in civic and Those pupils playing and their to assisting hli firm with the ne- Furlough explained that the ellowihlp for graduate work averaging he has advanced through the Suwannee River Area Counn.

religious affairs to all of which he gave fr..ly and selections were: Angle Todd- cemry study and arrangements society's services are three-fold: $2321 in stipends. Chapter Farmer Degree to the This camp is located near Ts I:
.n.roualyofhll time and effort, and "Yellow Rae of Texas' arranged' Riley emphasized that the selection the natural parents, the child, and Open to students of all faiths, State Farmer Degree awarded at bass and will open on Junt !
WHEREAS the .had. taut tobacco Industry by John W. "Air" by of Balnbridge was the remit the adopting parents. FPC Is a coeducation Institution the 1M4 Convention. He has All available camping span -at
cigar Mozart!, "Uttl Spring Song" by of his firm's confidence In Natural parents who desire or granting degrees( in Arts, Sdenceiand been President of his chapter for been reserved for the tint nm
in particular has suffered a great loss in John G. Thompson, Rosa Wa.tt "Com the growth of the area and. Its must place their child for adoption Applied Science two years, Reporter, and served period of camp with additiou

Ashley's pasting because hi. interest in this Industry tag 'Round the Mountain. ," "My geographical location as a point, an assisted in many ways.: si Chairman of many committees: boys on the waiting list. The ,
transcended personal profit and his life was dedicated Bonnie" and "From a Wigwam"by of distribution to a growing mar If maternity home care is desired Farm Safety, Scholarship, Cooperation remaining vacancies are in ht
ket. the society can make the Si. Paul'sCMtlnued and Community Service fourth period for District
to the betterment of the farmer's product in! the Florida Thompson; Elaine Carroll gnu
"Consolation" by Mendelssohn, The new faculties at Bainbridge arrangement U the mother pre fie has been a member of the Scouts and the fifth period t lot
and WHEREAS ., and :"Gypay: Song" by Reinhold and will be located on 11 acres 01..fen boarding home cane the so-1 ( from Pig One) State winning Parliamentary Procedure Division Boy Scouts.Mason .
,
John G. Ashley contributions to the "Autumn We"; Sammy Gatlin- property adjacent to the GPA's Inland defy maintains these homes In all for' this happiness are Mn George tl'lllrC1l' two years, delegate
tobacco Industry were many and varied and invaluable "Red River Valley," "For It's barge terminal on the Flin areas where there is a division McEwen, of Havana, whom the to the State. Convention, end
including the following: Always Fair Weather" by Honey River. The production plants will office. Financial aid is given children affectionately call "teach chapter representative to the National I Music
Ballard and "Hawaiian Love be built on six acres of the property when needed! caseworkers devote er," and Mrs. CUudette Herring, Convention.
,(a) Untiring efforts In all phases of insect controlb Song" by Truax. purchased from the Port Au. many hours to counselling the who assists Mrs McEwen, and Joe"s farming program this year COMPANY
( ). The introduction of Parathion as an aphid Betsy Rudd presented "Eslrel- thorlty while the warehouse and natural mother helping her who also Is from Havana. Included: 2 head of hogs for I
control ilia" by Ponce and "Serenade"by storage talks will be erected on through this dtfftcul period, The claisroon facilities Include meat, 20 servo of oats, 20 acres 14 C. Washington Street,

(c) ,The introduction of m.thyl bromid. as a plant Schubert;; Virginia McNIght the remaining seven, which are and helping when her plan for lathebo future two large rooms opening onto 5 of com and S acres of pole beans; PIANOS ORGANS
"Woodland Song' by to be leased. her baby if spacious He owns 7} acres of land of which
bed weed control measured Francis When In adoption ls the plan playground equipped with he hat DO In pines.I
Gwynn; and Roxcena Rudd- placed operation one child society recreational equipment In each acres planted Band Instruments
( ) The Introduction of new methods of insecticide "Albumblatt Fur AU.." by Bee plant will produce 40,000 tons of takes custody of the placing room are work tables with chain AIM, he has a 20 percent partnership
applicatione thoven. nitric add each year. This will him In a latter home until the where the children with hli father that canand Accessories
work and
( ) The Introduction of reliable soil fumlgants for Following were the served program to ,the refreshments students be turn further nitrate processed solution. Into ammon right The home fatter is borne found.program, like In lay, individually or can in group. tOme and 22S machinery.acre of land, equipment l Home Ph.: MA 7.6705
a partitioned-oft of
field use In tobacco This faculty's raw material the board home program for the area one Improved practices to Increase
parents and friends Mr. anhydrous -
((0 i) The introduction of non-eiploelve fumlgants and Mra. LambertConstruction by ammonia, will be shipped natural mothers, supervised by room receives each Individual child can and doe, the efficiency of the farm bus- Open Man. Tnes", Wed. Frl,

for use in tobacco packing houses, and into Bainbridge from New Orlean ;the society. Each home Is licensed to his or her guidance needs.. The according tress Included: keeping farm records 1 4 to I p-m. All Day RdSrmAw3ERRIES
the welfare by specially built refrigerated by the state and the foster parents growing feed crops and s
G. interests in _
WHEREAS, John Ashley's Set barge which are paid s certain amount child can also go to this area __ _. _
will move from the by
of the farmer was not based upon the magnitudeof Gulf of Mexico up the Flint Rived ,cots each week for each child In when privacy is desired. Along

the farmer's operations, but upon the sincere desireto At GPA TerminalThe to the plant cite.Approximately. I care. Furlough said the boarding shelves the walls are bookcases and.
I home containing books and educational
be of service and help; 50000 tons of I program fur babies and
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Boardof Georgia Ports Authority ,this liquid will be unloaded across mothers is now in full swing in toys. In one comer of
and Southern Nitrogen Companyof the CPA docks Leon County and available for one room Is s small kitchen from
each
Trustees of CIGAR LEAF TOBACCO FOUNDATION, Savannah, have announced In one of the new year steel for tanks storage I.residents of the counties In the which the much anticipated dally ARE RIPE!

INC. plans for the construction of I:The..anhydrous ammonia will be division. refreshment Is served.
I, That this resolution be spread upon the permanent I J3S million chemical fertilizer ,handled and ilored at a temperature The child Is the focus of all During the past year the itu
records of the Cigar Leaf Tobacco Foundation, manufacturing and distribution of minus 28 degrees tahren- services Before he is placed with dents of St. Paul's have had learning -
suffered the facility to be located at the GPA belt The two new tanks at the his adoptive parents, III parental experiences covering a wide
Inc. as an indication of the great loss by Inland rights are permanently and
barge terminal In Bain- ,Bainbridge terminal will have a legal variety of activities ranging from
door shade leaf tobacco Industry in the untimely pa.. bridge. Groundbreaking ceremonies total capacity In excess of 8 million I ly severed by CHS thus eliminat the three .'R'." to visiting a

lag of John G. Ashley, and as an expression of the were held at noon on Monday, gallons. lag any legal hazards for the farm. Through these learning exleriences .

personal loss and grief felt by each member of the June 15.Lbnstnnctlon. The second Southern Nitrogen adopting Is In foster parents. While the child) St. Paul is attemytlni
started immediately home can he receives 10
plant will manufacture solid fertilizers. meet some of the needs and
Board of Trustees, and on two separate manufacturingplants Approximately 100,000 the beat medical attention rights of the trainable retarded
2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Mrs. one for the production of tons of mixed fertilizer will be possible and the foster home situation child so he can develop to his full

Evelyn P. Ashley as an expression of sympathy, and nitric acid and nitrogen solutions produced yearly In granular form. is carefully supervised to capacity iplrltually, physically
as indication of high esteem and respect for her late and another for the granulation of The potash and phnphate: used In attention assure the child receiving the mentally I morally, and socially:
mixed fertilizer Cost of th this and love he needs. and
operation will exceed 40,000 In so doing help him find his
husband. plants will be S2.S million accord tons per year.DhuMbutton. There Is i solid, Impenetrable own particular niche in the world
ing to Southern Nitrogen President barrier of confidentiality etlabllihed In which h
of both liquid and lives. '
.
-- --- ----- John ft RIll''. from the OU"'IIO the natural I I
; -----1 ) solid fertilizers will be made to The establishment of St. Paul. s
an alarming level, rMng from 221 Also Included In the announced an area some 200 miles In radius of parents the never know the Identity School for Retarded. ) Children was
Meat LabelingBill million pounds In IBM to an "a- plans are a new 120,000 square from the Bainbridge plant. their child parents who have adopted the fulfillment of one of the ob-
mated one billion, Tao million I toot warehouse and two liquid Construction on the new plant nor the adopting parents ectlvei of The Gadsden County
pounds tn IMS over seven long tanks to be built by the will get underway Immediately the. Identity of the natural ,Association for Retarded Children I II
Introduced times the 1099 total," Fuqua not- Georgia Ports Authority st a cost and both are expected to be completed 1 parent Children* Some of the members of the Association
of $12 million. The** will be and in full operation by with special problems knew.(ram
He'\aT/tntf moat of ifl'bMtl teased .Southern Nitrogen for the'ItOl'lK' early 196S. The Southern Nitre- receive joanful attmfai J snit Hence tfo. theft comes personal e time ex-
Don they can be
Fuqua"Congressman and distribution of both gen facility will have placed for adoption. n tins life of
By 1 which comes Into fete countryoven Is an employment Each CHS many menially re-
year
liquid and solid fertilize, IIndaIII'tI1t1 for
standard or utility grade, I of approximately 00persons. children with larded children when all thought
In handicaps.
In
commenting on the multi.million att.er
used urn to their
Don Fuqua Introduced primarily for hamburger, dollar Instances children going to school. Be-
lunch meat end expansion project are kept big left behind by other
In Congress Wednesday e sausage. CPA Chairman, Robert C Norman In care for several months while childrenn I
bill which would require that meat .Fuqua told the House that the of Augusta said, "We d Church School the handicap Is corrected. U. _the family returning_to school
Imported Into the United Slates be American consumer ha. a right\ the Georgia Port. Authority are child Is found to unaduptable,
Isheled to show the country of to know If he II buying an Imported gratified that Southern Nitrogen Termed SuccessVacation the society refers- him tn fins si.tDrpt .'
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product, for much of this of Public
origin. nu mown our uainnrmge term Welfare as the
Pointing to the ever-rlilnc level meat does not meet the same high trial for their new plant. This will Qiurch School at the agency has no facilities or funds 11
of meat imports In this nation. health standards, as U S. meat be e tremendous asset not only to Centenary Methodist Churrh proved for longtemt care of children. I /Op dg
Fuqua pointed out that this legislation Present legislation, he said, has Baliibridjj but to agricultural In- very successful according to The third part of the program, tvh.q
has as its primary elm the pl'Oll.anf'ff< protection of the American con American consumer ss to the snutheait Alabama and writ- Life of Jews" strewing the ents. Finding the right home for f b1A Sri Ist to
sumer. country of origin, and that generally em Florida. different phaars of Jems' life and each child is the primary objec Cad,
"Our nation Is one of the few speaking the consumer Norman pointed out that the work was the theme. I tive. The background, development Fri.lat.. Jane 1S.M =our fhifdaf s/l yyrEI0y
that has few restrictions on the thinks that the Imported meat Is Joint project clearly shows what The annual church school was and health of the child are GATHERINGOF out.

Import of meat products, with produced In this country.The can be done industrially for e divided Into three groupi, kindergarten carefully evaluated In relation to: EAGLES ors fir vA r rsl
only token tariffs. Since len the rlalng tide of meet Imports community when there II "coop primary and junior. In the adopting applicants situation BEST
Importation of beef has reached Is of errioua concern to the entire eration and teamwork" between the kindergarten Mini Garnet so the child needs will be meta Starring RorkHodmAh
Laird served as lead teacher as- effectively as possible I *
allied by Mrs. Dal. Sechler, Mia Adoptive parents usually have 13 FRIGHTENED
Sumnn Woodbery, Kathy porter their child within six months of
and Laura Davta, primary Mi*. their application. Furlough ex-i GIRLS
John Itlgdon. lead teacher, assisted Plumed the society has no wait-1
. by Mrs. Cantey Hlgdon, InC lists and the entire proms has ...., Jaw It CHOOSE THE STYLE-YOU NEED!
Mrs. Pat Hlgdon Jr, Mrs. Frank been streamlined to avoid unnecessary
Smith Jr. Call Gregory and delays. Once parents are FOR LOVE

+ Brenda Campbell; junior Mrs approved, they can expect a childat OR MONEY
Y Jack Peacock, lead teacher, as- any time' I
silted. by Mr* Archie Hubbard, Any residents Bt rrfac Elrt Dootfaa
the Rev D. L HamrIck and Mist fcunty needing or desiring of BUDGET-WISE
Peg Patlenun. t these services are urged to write lEI: A MOVIE!

Miss Dunna Mays served ai or call the Tallahassee office AT THE: HtLU FAMILY-SIZE
general anlitant Telephone number II 224-0729. Mart -
oreCONCrssIOo -
The Vacation tared School You may elm contact Mr. Cunningham FRIGIDAIRE
was held In conjunction with the In Chattahoochee. : STANDI I
Glen Julia Methodist Church. TRY OH HAMBlTlGr.M, FREEZER

Clark's Dream ('BDl, HOT DOGS I r e ,ftp 411.R.(rawer".p..n

Negro Dies From II AND FlItCH ntlH: ti foods Mr* KM coll

(Ci0wavd Crone rage Ow I CANDY AND rOPCORfrhoMMAIslttU .
)
e I Mlwkttk delve.-+at-,*
Wreck Injuries an alternate crop caught my attention -
it.1. and held It I tbtsfltrVcsUiEiMmelesbMiser. -

Willie James Taylor, a 10-year- Since then we have visited many I .

old Havana Negro died Saturday farms IB Arkansas, Missouri, and e lum* Am Wt, eVnh..ifitirin
morning. June 1J, in the Ga... Winds W* haw eeea crops such lw-t fieristttarMierscwoiTni
den County Hospital from In ss soybeans, tom wheat, cotton
juries received In a June 1 euto rice, and Uvntork of all descrip !
accident. tions. Many of the farmers have RUB YOU VBITKD

According to the Florida Highway loaded u* onto their wagons filled Tee: LEAF Tern EHT: $
Patrol, Taylor was critically with hay and pulled ui on a 125995
Injured on State Road 11 near'complete tour of their farm. Wed n...... rrt.. Alod.tfDlt 117$) 6;
Concord when he loat control I usually then visit In the hone te JIM It l| w RI
his car while traveling at a high
rate of speed His car crashed DR. STRANGELOVE I

Into an oak tree. IDntnc Iwttac Rydsa


CHS .....3ua.O. I
Board j
BUSHED? DOVBLintrtVEISLAND COMPACT

(cats_ ties rags 0.) OF LOST

wide WNhn accredited by the WOMENSAVAGE CONVENIENT
Child League of America I
and ranking as the wand laruet atareW cite ...... eAt. I fBIGIDAIKESTEWARTYOUNG

beMeSSaBiSSeSESeMMiieSiiBieSeSSELECTRICAL I ". CHEST FREEZER


Witch. out! Stare too long at t CataflM, wd next thing yn know '' s tarrkai o.1'mor BMarl GUNS BMFtertJvaea.tt.il A.tsrnbes:d I. m.rl.-t. ty.tehod la year/

you'ra fluttering another sate. record II Poatiac's best year.* 'I I tdnwtlsutsus

SERVICE ke.. .....t-. I ..... ....... ,

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People like te took at My, keedeeme WW -Trick cert, ...,. AM] drive .... And e
Anything from wtr FOR THOSE WHO : PIlla ........ Www 3lhtdu
buy them. 0tM0Ie.. We're Punt this the ever Mere. CstsllMS
selllne niece acs )rear "
tag a hous to rtplao- THINS YOUNGMantaa sbIoIICs fritldsk. f
.Iturall(,. And Tempests. U "I"" BoitMvUle And Grand Prix bed vrlth Pwitfec .. Jam "'
tag a light bulb er ; Darrra
style. PontUc ride. Pontiac power. .....tI.< resale ft,.. All. this to Just whet jree'retoeklitf A HOT a KOU.WETUU .

for, ye. say? Welt easy, ahead and store WUt-Tntk PlltiMFRYERSMITH After Yes lee Yew Doctor. t 25995 CFE4

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M sawnea.d Are- sere...-ew a ehsey.'-M i'wee wea M ONE DAY OTO1
at
I F. P. May THE CASTILIANS I

MOTOR CO. SHELFERBUTCHFURNITURE s I
Drug Co. -Ca 5. I
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112 L Jif SU -- MJUa *..SMIMM. i
.rson Quincy. Flo. Phone 627-7601 \vrr nx IXAF
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JUNE I 18,_1884 PAOff T...*

f of them further tooth 11'IoI I --
New
at, Roller-Coaster DesignedTo 1 I Aren't the new parking meters
r GADSDEN COUNTY CHAMBER of COMMERCE I nicer It would be nicer it thereweren't

Weather Corrosive Sail Air I QUINCY, FLORIDA any pushing meters at all.
I Overheard a eon telling nil Shopping is so
When the mother what he wanted for hit Jitney
enfl Philadelphia Toboggan 11 shirts ,1
A RESOLUTION IN MEMORYOF
7a
eceks.
Company designed the new Qty
Beach roller-eoaiter at Panama protected against corrosion, rot, C. D. 1-And a cordial\ welcome, to the I easy..so economical'THIS
JOHNSON
Qty, Florida, they specified pree-decay fungus and Insect attacks Rev. Curtis Banner ot the font
': .. which are accelerated by the Hills Methndlit Church.
lure-treated wood to beat the WHEREAS C. D. JOHNSON, died on May 17. 1964
( warm humid salt air. The firmspecified Sorry Jimmy Auman I had .
Gulf Coasti'i heat and humidity ending a lifetime ot unstinting devotion to working lot your picture mixed up on the xWILSON'S
Wolmanlzed lumber -
problem. wood that the benefit oi his fellowman In community, fraternaL front page. I think moat people
C'I According to John C Allen has been preseuretreated I knew which one you were though r
civic and religious activities and
un.I with chemicals that give Then there was something about
, Philadelphia Toboggan' president, lasting protection against theseThere'i I the North Flotilla Experiment CERTIFIED
1I the structure had to be built ot a WHEREAS one Important facet of these activitieswas Station
research trials
material that had design versatility -buarda. in connection with Chamber of Commerce and I place last Friday The which Times took
I I II a high resistance to fatigue, m doubt In our minds related the ( Gadsden lit act for June had
and could be worked easily on that the service life ot wood to activities Including Quincy now :21. Just don'l h 1\
!,-ob_site.: _And It had_to be increased by treatment." Mr. County) Chamber of Commerce QuIncy Development I lease know bow that happened The re- r} r r
Allen explains.. "The more penetration Corporation and the QuIncy Committee of 40 and we received might have
made the mistake.
I the better. Even the We make ao
INSECTICIDESSOIL treated track lumber, which is WHEREAS, In such organisations he gave unusual I trw-you know. Caught '
Notice the fix tree t 8 to 16 Pounds
1 subjected to the stress ot repeat leadership and much ol his valuable time office la behind the ,
poet
just
ed heavy loads, lasts twice as establish loaded with
FUMIGANTS long as untrated wood. We also towards the goals for which they were '1rteII1Ip. Better watch John C
1 paint the wood to seal It and to having." al President of the Chamber ol Corn' lie may allp around soon night
WEED KILLERS insure even longer service life." m.rce for 1951.1952 and on its Board of Directors i(when they get ripe and art soon

u I 1 The new roUer-coaiter baa 1946.1943, 1950.1953, and 1958-1961; President of the 'it for Jimmy Malloy a to doesn't preserve -- that la v .. 29c
out-slip him
'ierny SOUTHERNCHEMICAL peaks up to 85 feet high and has Quincy Development Corporation 1959-1961,and Treasurer 'l Bernard bears watching too.
2,430 feet of runniig track. A 1962-1964; and member of the Committee of 40. Julie dear Having received
total ot 150,000 board feet otkilndried
{ 19591964. andWHEREAS from his tailor a bill and a note
'/J Wolmanized Southern reading 1'I,'1Ue .
remit
by return
'" pine lumber was used In Its con i Hit notins TENDER
struction. Galvanized nails and his guidance, counsel wisdom vision Sloney Broke
en replied Dear
n bolts were used aa fasteners. Con and unselfish devotion to duty will be greatly missed remember Sir I do not

Sales & ServiceInc. tractor for the project was Lark by each of these) organizations. their membership, and ai you menuon.ordering U i a did suit order such It

aty.Conjunction: Company ol Panama the citizens of QuIncy and Gadaden County,now therefore you certainly never made it for BEEF LIVER lb. 3ge
WI'u me. U you did nuke It I never
Wolmanlzed lumber Is produced I got It Furthermore, U I got It 1 J
lilt Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 In this area by Post It Lumber BE IT RESOLVED by the Board ot Directors ot the muat nave paid fur It. And U J
Preserving Company of Qulncy. Gadaden County Chamber of Commerce, that: didn't, I cant FRESH CAUGHT

QUINCY. FLORIDA I A conversationalist will talk 1. In the passing of C. D. Johnson those who seek about All hal the vegetable Looked up and mat-ult release research

w whether anyone to listening or to guide these organisations will sorely miss his leadership trials held but Friday

d7u not I teal and Inspiration, along with the other beneficiaries here and the people who sent n
MULLET
of his uncompensated public and private wrong.the Information Me are cleared.had the dale lb. lOc

services. Well that'i it fur Uiii week.
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. !
hea 2. That QuIncy and Gadsden County have suffered Y'IRECREATION

CHARLES KINARD. Owner a great loss, and It is sought by this resolution to SMALL SPARE'

Remodeling Addition permanently record a token ol the high regard and admiration

we had for him.

Garages NEW CONSTRUCTION. Carports Porches BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this NEWS RIBS49c

Roofing Siding Cabinets resolution be furnished to the Press and to the familyof By thins JUIMM8KNIOB
the deceased.
Florida Rooms Enclosures"No UTTUB
: LEAGVEagea
June 12, 1964
Job Too Large or Too Small" ( 10-U)
/./ W. D. Lines TOP TEN HITTERS '
Havana Highway Phone 627-8495 (thru week ending JUM 11) "

I W D. Lines, President Clover, tr.nl all' sac. f. ..'
__-_ JCa 23 H..MO ,> ''i-' "
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L Chandler, Klwanls SI IT .531 lb. '
Edwards, Rotary IS 9 .BOO ,. .; ,t"
cAlIFORNIA VOTK: Stephen. DeMuUy 23 11..478 _
Strouae. Uona 23 lI.n l
recognizethis Senator Barry Goldwater scored Baas 21 I .381

a narror but crucial victory InCallfornl. Edwards,aZwanl. 22 I :.384 -- ;-t.. WEEK'SJACKPOT
4 .'. key primary election, AROUND Norman, Kiwanii 28 10 .357: t.j::; ,
further Improving his front-run Byrd JCi 23' J48 j \ :
? ning spot In the race for the Republican Sykes, Rotary 2J. J4ttThn '
presidential nomination. The 1I1'A\DIH.1J: .

According a survey, Goldwsternow SQUARE ( week ceding June II) "
has close to 655 first-ballot Twin HM U at I $100.00
nominating votes by this victoryIn Br Suber Kiwanii in (n
California Jaycees' | |
Lions a r lAST WEEK'S WINNE

Richard G. Fallon, general director DeMolay 3 ( w .
Rotary 2 e Alice Smith. Shown
of the Asolo Theater Comedy
Festival In Sarasota has announced A peach orchard loaded with JUNIOR Exchange UTT1.C: LEAGIKage 0: 1 ; 4 at left reviving
an expanded and enriched the colorful fruit Is a beautiful
( I and a) $200 Jackpot Check.
academic program to be held sight. And the peaches are delicious. TOP TEN
In conjunction with this year's All Indications point to HIT1ICKSThre I
( weak ending June 12) I
Nk theater program._ ._ the fact that growing will peaches to beprotltabte. In Player, tram all' av I' BONUS WINNERS _
GadaoVn County prove
While on the subject Gay tryeMimlth 13 10 .770 J .i Glen Chance
Brannan, Fryer-Smith 3 .750
SEPTIC TANK ol peaches there few ls somethingthat days Gray, King Edward U I .728 Lila Hobby
bothers A ago
: me. I'hIWIIIli'roety Mom 11 3 ..728Uaaiett
Invited Samuel Brown
considerate I person
a very
,
!people to pick peaches what for fret Edwards.!; Fryer-Smith King Ed. 10 3 1 t Ml AW Mr*. Sam Rouse '
his orchard. Well, happened
in
McMillan, King td. 10 8 ..800Dodaon
broken
limbs were on Betty Sykw '
Sure you do. It looks like the urns Ullliton you saw i few SERVICEm some ot the trees cars and Qulncy TeU S I JM
Yang, IryeNbnlth a I .85
Years sgo. trucks were driven all over the
lust Allen, Quincy Trl.Boyette. 4 2 .801)
But it orchard people even picked .
King Id.Evllslser a 3 .800
The profits ,Is the tarns,of courts, and is Is the way It epirsttL peaches that weren't ripe yet Kruaty M. a 4 .BOO

But, 'Inside, thin are ehsniit-rsflnimsnti the first iy the place. was And In 1 shambles.Imagine JI next s adisgrace. Ylnxy, Kryer-Smllh a 4 .BOO

l thlt, the flnott peanut htrvsitsr In the field last year,and the that same considerate person Weeks, King Edward 10 I ..800Welch. fresn
year before,and the year biters thit.Miks It fifty)-sisln year will Invite the same Inconsiderate rryeisSmlta < | Aw garden produceFRESH
the biggest monsy-maksr then all.Thst people to pick his peach ITAMMMUB MM Lest
I VACUUM CLEANED I .. 'King Edward 4 0
Unl Just talk production runt on Itte-rjowlnf
REPAIRED I. observed "Rec fronty Murn 3 1Fryer&nlih
Itltft confirm till fact that the Ullliton It by far till bait Not lone aro we 1 2
ognition Day" at our church -
when It comes to picking fields clotn. TIll time-provas, ..Idotllt.d. i the college students had charge Qulnry Telephone 0 I.OMEl
,tried and true Lllllittn guarantees you grater eipiclty, I 6274403<< I of the entire service. It..u very (" slow.rntr0orrsti.

higher speed,(intlsrsctlon, less dimifi,smoother tipsrstlon I revealing to observe the dignity I
end heftier profit And Itt long productive life assures higher Nights 127-6861 religious\ Insight and beliefs of I Game June arkndiile II Woodvllle for he vs.weeks Qulncy; BLACKEYE PEAS .lb. 10
the If Is
tride-in vslua.If 1 worried young about =I religion anyone means i June 21-- Quinry vi. Agetles.Both .
thin't anything slit you want Jurt let in know QUINCYVAULT to youth of today he should attend games at 8:41 pm., Jim
tenser Field In Tallahassee.
I
The Lilliston Peanut Combinefamous CO. I':bad we one can't ot these have services."Recognltko Too (

Days" more often. I YELLOW
for peanut prof Its-wherever In tworld VAULTS MONUMENTS I Well, the young people some
ot them are back In summer ,0erJona 1
peanuts ark grown. MAINLINE DRIVE 'tIooL Won't II be wonderful OKRA

UIII.,,hs'st resgse.t' II VNse 4 be ....leptesset cssesq,s.elswbone QUINCY when perhaps all the schools.are Mr*. 0. .. Fletcher tf pad t..nse nwr IItItr1 s.d ese .... e'os Snm.Mw.SEE air-mrxtitloned Understand..,* visited bar Men, Mrs. T. M.
--
Curable ant nushend lew
a dayi
THE COMBINE YOU CAN DEPEND OH j recently. She aim vlslled' other

-ATYOVRIILLISTOHDUIEIIIIOW / TIMBER. relative while here.
\ Mrs. Ann Hartley ot Jackamv
Let Us yule bra returned h( ne *dk,w raga 14 5C
Help You Harvest Your Timber
asaLILLISTO e Wisely vl lt with her brother In law lb. lb.
Contact Us Before You S.lll and dater', Mr. and Mra. CacUPrice.

riomsrlni products ts tons mankind WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICESI ,I at home. Mr.following Price la recuperating surgery iotiadsdee

Florida Forest Products Inc. ) County lIuspitaLMra.
Clyde Joiner and Mra.Kurbrrt .'
liehnna of Ft Lauderdale LOCAL VINE RIPETOMATOESu19c
SUBER and JOHNSON CO. Call Tom Paulk. Qulncy 856-5494 returned home Tuesday after .

call writ visiting Mr. and Mra. Fred .
or or
"Your Town & Country Shopping Center" Nnrdhaua Jr. and Mra. Fred
627.7631 P. 0. Box 305. TolloliOMM, Fla. Ph. 223-0669) Norrthaua.MA .
2121 W. Jefferson St. QuIncy an' Mra. Chut. ItJpoonrr

: and children Janet and
Steve ot Miami spent gaturdaynight
here a* guests ot his moth. i
er. Mn. a M. Mallard and NO BOIL Vi GaL
brother' Murray ajnoner and family .
and stsurMn. Edwin Uaur

Think of all the cars you could buy for under $2,40022Now to and Caulunua family.. They and were other en weaterapoints. route BLEACH With $S or More Order lOc


think of this: Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick? John smith Richard were Juhmon In Atianu and Tommy ever

the weekend n a business trip,
M.... N. T. Fain It. and oaivhler. ALABAMA
MIlo K ... AUroaa and granddaughter
Tans, pmt several
lays to Panama Coy and an the OLEO MEAL
beach laat week Mra Allman Is
vri 1..IIfI'i.having come
( latter pert
ot May. Mr. Allman la expected
and week, when they wU drive toHmOuim. C
Wfeooaeln to Mall Use C
..... before jHunlnf to LaAa 1 Lb. S Lb. 19CSolid
*tes.Mra.. m Bag
l Don It and
... Rldwrd. arrtv throes jallna,

They Kanaaa.are on fuMj Monday at at Mra.Ihte week Arm. Limit 2 With H or More Order

atrwjra ptrrnta, Mr. ...4 Mra.
fun. It. lira. Anaetrung
win attend Ihe am.d ball ot Irv ROBIN HOOD STOKLEY'S DEL MONTE

-set Mt bla II granrfparmtt.M flU aced 1IidI'. 01 wig SMALL GREENLIMAS CUT GREENFLOUR

VUxMa Fain M hem aft.
TM, ..??.. ** MIl 501Patsemar **** BEANS23c
II flU.

1964 Bpick Special V6. $234322'sa DOG rmusj SWMCaootuwufl.

....... arenatteade.......... Mara.....W...dd.4---..........__be t4.....saes f...4... IMW. After ,Are
.. .. ... .. ,..,.. Ottawa s whHe u.n.... s 4ge 1ge
p- gramr s u+es..q sow a Iwpe went {. seer -Ire d ... -,. : :
.. .
.
rt ** fces retunwl ....... c c .
TOW LOCAL Aurwsua/ IUlClIUUI. STTWSUB IasCt ouaa TIlt su:. The q dto.pnMT4 Iran s smelSB

Uenmtmm, CaA, IMS ....
away. The eV>s raaponds to tos
name and to a4 ti..iian "See Your Local Authorized Quality Buick Dealer"I W gypsy aid kaiau ke.
..,
seseehinelse
epee pet the

I a..& ng FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 : $1.00P'

See se Ii.filar.. n c.... tb.as' ...,..true I,IM.-J Mart iMfie de M 4* U ft* .
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PAUE_ GAnCDiTI. COUNTY: TIMES, QUmCT, FLORIDA. _THURSDAT JtT\'E 18. 10(14(
-
7 of the dollars Value became ,paper Is he New Yerk Tien.*
COUNTY TIMES smatter ,
THAT HAUNTING
GADSDEN MELODY ol serious national all n-I dwell Wormed speaker lena which flourishes on local retaiadvertising. ,
and eonltnulnx tion. It Is surely no coincidence me that Roasts is so weak she Isabut ,I In California, as
THE CHATTAHOOCHEK: TRIBUNE trendthe poat-World.Wu-I1 up 1 i', topple and another ij oLorat! elAewhf're.lie primary local ad.
IS S. Madison SII.., commodity price. reach. acreuni that she Is more power-
Fubllihd each Thursday It
Is
ed nil than at time in her nil vertistnr medium the hometown
A Job H. C.rrv Nsw.oap.rLSTABLtSHED a peak 'In that year and there any
watch our IJuJinlJJ ""wlpeper.I .
1901 has been no rise to speak of lory and we better I
florid. since. The discipline of the dollar step. I
QuincT Press dispatches Indicate that Delta Airlines has asked the
deserve much of the credit for
'- -... eed .. Quuocry ,..,.. the comparative stability of U. S Castro his Mile pink CAB to okay a plan which would
:kdt
Unt Yr. H 00 Two Veurs 1160 811 Month ft It prices In more recent years.It can down and we don t B, Hutch I allow American Express credit
: have to worry about him much Is, card holders to charge travel with
would be an exaggeration to The more local a newspaper .
J, .;. HutchlBkoa ..-.. --- I'd/'Ih tt. say that U. S. inflation came to longer and then another speaker the more it means to a community Delta on an extended payment
Ior Carman ___ Ad"totitlttt sad N.tlil a dead stop In 1858. There has with Inside Information tells me : basis.
that we got no more chance of
been a continuing upward trendIn This generalization ls Ulustrat
91 R knocking Castro off than we haveof
QfZLf sr prices of consumer services pacilymg General DeGuuile ed by the recent failure of the June li Dairy Month and the
and In construction costs, for ex i don have a crystal ball and New York Times to maintain a Dairy Council of South Florida
0 NATIONAL IDITOKIAtGoldwater ample. But we have not had the wouldn know what to do With it Pacific coast edition, with the has Joined actively in the nationwide .
pervading Inflationary atmosphere 11 had one, but It seems to me center of publication In Los Angeles observance. A Dairy Princess
b (IA c8T1tN of p..Ulle. in which cost in- that if we continue to feed and will be chosen at the annual
cresis could be passed on with support our enemies and supply Nearly everyone agrees that meeting of the American Dairy
C Ife7 C out too much resistance In the them with aid and comfort st the the .'ew look Time Is a great Association of Florida In Orlando
marketplace taxpayers ixpuue' In the hope newspaper. But the Times could'June 20.Floor.
Practically everyone wouldagree isundesirable that they will show their appr. not succeed where other newspapers I'
that domestic inflation
uauon niuiuuiig unuuluu-lo were In greater demand. i
whether or not I\ shoulder: with us when the chips In spite of Its prestige, the
Almost 'In' of
a threat to the position Covering
poses
But It are down we are kidding ourselves Time made no Inroad Into the
the dollar International
into a coma that we will never demand for local newspapers ,
Confounding all tha pollster, which curiously agreed sometime out offers of certain a temptinglyeasy economic come out OL Local advertising, then, remained Including ferraleelalald
way I used to think that Santa daui
that New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller was aheadIn i difficulties at home. was "w guy in a red suit will I in h=ta7u'.raih.'; AdverUsing i Uaoleum. rabbet
California, Senator Barry Goldwater demonstrated the Kern' Turning Point white whiskers but of late I have concentration of paid circulation. greatest : rtarl seekCounter

appeal of a conservative by winning the California primary suggests The poet that-wu mere record dislike strongly of inflation lanky decided individual that lie is with a long,striped lean, The retailer knows that his'I

on principle Is not enoughto trousers and a tall hat who is a soundest promotion Investment Is Top
all the other prevent it from happening. II sucker for anybody who advertising in a publication read
all of the liberal and even ads
Practically preis I most
was not until an external threat tike they might tolerate. him extensively by people who Work
Republican candidates Joined in an antt-Goldwater effort QUINCY to the dollar began to develop, inS58. long as he conies laden with packages at live within the vicinity of his
but even this active effort didn't check Goldwater InC that progress was made In store. I
l1fomla. CALENDAR OF EVENTS halting Inflation. Apparently the only thing this In some cases the best read AH Types
If we are correct In our belief country has learned to do I pay publication Is a suburban weekly:
There Is a very good chance the California victory that the position of the dollar visavis the bills, no matter who owes or dally; In some cases It Is Expert Installation
gave the Arizona Senator the necessary delegate votesto A Community Service by the foreign currencies Is beconv them or how much. We still as- county seat newspaper; for :1
win the Republican nomination. More than that, it log much stronger we must then sums that the nations of the world huge department store It may be'I
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce 827-85 uk what ls going to happen to retain a lelllt of .Ppreclatloa and the nearest metropolitan dally. In'
demonstrated the very real strength of his appeal to the price level within this coun will flock to our banner when every case the newspaper which SHE( R.BLITCH
moderates. Calendar Is based on information reported by club try. In the absence ot pressure the occasion demands. gets the bulk of retail advertising
The recent surprisingly large vote received by Ala. secretaries and directors of the from outside, will we have sufficient I am Just one dumb individual investment Is one which gives emphasis ""' .,1'1I. J.wtA
program as Friday preceding but I don't
Inflation think to local
willpower to resist they will J news and community /QUINCY:+ KostOsh
bama Governor George Wallace In various states, and publication. became It Is bad In Itself? think we are kidding ourselves to problems.In .
Goldwater's appeal, in a state like California, show the If not, 1X4 (tor perhaps 1963)) a point that is ridiculous. If we New York dry such a news-
liberals and left wingers are not assured of victory in Wednesday. June 10Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Post may com to be regarded as a can't after retain the support France -- -- ---- -
new turning point the pulling her out of two
wars,
year
1964' Presidential election.In Office; Jaycees, 12 noon Kittrell's; Exchange Club, th* Inflationary trend was resumed and 1 11 we must sit by and watch
this connection it should be recalled that the 1 p.m., J"lIersolHou...; Army Recruiter, Post Office; after a six-year pause. Para- .IIrilain: lend aid "> our enemies
1960 Presidential race showed that the nation was not Canning Center, 8. 5., doxl ally, increased International lIter aL the American blooj we
shed to aid
strength for the dollar might ceo.ate John Bull then our
In an ultra.liberal mood. Congressional election resultsIn Thursday, June 11- Men's Slow Pitch Softball: Talquln the background for a weakening resent policy seems pretty illly.
1960 actually indicated a turn to the right in voter Electric of its purchasing power at J Used to console myself with
Wedeles
Coop. Joe Inc 7:30
YS. ) p.m., Doyle home the thought that the bright boys
sentimentIf Conner Field; Canning Center, 8 .. 5; Florida State In Washington knew what they
Goldwater supporters are correct in their belief Employment Service, 9.3, Courthouse I were doing that they had all the
that ,a strong conservative trend is underway in mostof Too Late facts and knew the score, so who
Friday June 12- Alcoholics & AI Anon Family was I to question, but I have
,
the country, the Arizona Senator might poll a surprisingly Anonymous rellchedhe pout where lam
large vote in a Presidential election. Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parrlsh House: Canning To Classify not SURE anymore. I get just the
Nevertheless, President Lyndon Johnson and hi. Center, 8.5; Pilot Club 7 p.m., Jefferson House; Air I crazy leaders feeling urnt the lotaUeu
all Force Recruiter, 9 12 Post Office. I are no smarter than 4
Goldwater
noon
supporters prefer to run against among I By Russell Kay am and the circles they are going

the GOP candidate., because they feel Johnson contrasts Monday, Jun. 15- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House;! The old r I get 1 realize that around tan mine.CHit.URE.Y In .are as big U not bigger
better with the Arizona conservative in the eastern Canning Center 8 5; Masonic Lodge, Gadsden the more I think I know the leas

part of the country where Johnson might otherwise be Chapt No. 30, R.AM., TalMar-Quln Council 23, 1 understand.to rational I and have International been listening START lEtD
weak. And Johnson, as a southerner, feels Goldwater Beirut, Leua.w. jj between .
8 p.m., Masonic Temple; Social Security Representative double talk until I am going two ,
children
can't take the South from him. round In circlet like a satellite at 1oC,1OO1 setoff
9:30 Courtroom Courthouse.
: a.m., a fight between their families .
Of course, a number of Republicans thought Gold. I listen to the radio and television that resulted In the death of onewoman .

water couldn't take California from Rockefeller, Lodge, Tuesday, June 16Life Underwriters, 12 noon, Kittrell's occasionally, read\ listen the newspapers to a speech and by and fifteen persons were "Things are sure better around here
Eisenhower, et al but he did. Restaurant; Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, 1 a so-called expert and the more I Injure;. The families fought wiui

p.m., Jefferson House; Lions Club, 7 pm., Kittrell's nee become.and hear the more confuted I I pros shotguns in a, village pistols In and the other mountain wea-. I: since the boss lot a Barn Telephone"

Restaurant; Men's Slow Pitch Softball: Randy vs. I America I. the most powerful Fifty persons were arrested by Installing a barn telephone saves time,
Latin RiotThe Massey Drugs, Doyle Conner Field, 7:30: p.m. anon on earth according to one security forces. increases efficiency. Helps make
you
informant and another tells mewe
recent tragic melee in Peru where hundredswere Wednesday, June 17Navy Recruiter 10:30 a.m., Post are ready to fall apart, and If j more money too. Call our business office
12 Noon Kittrell's Gads we don't get s shot in the arm
killed at a soccer game when Latin emotions went Office; Jaycees, Restaurant; w. are sunk. ray and order yours today.

wild should serve as a reminder to all that stability and den County Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden The nation's bruins and bran
racial characteristics and emotions vary among peoples. County Hospital; Marine Recruiter, 9 12 noon, Post gallop of to Viet Nam every few
.. weeks and come home to tell
Office; Canning Center, 8 5. us
will work of
That Is why democracy not inevitably that wa are winning the war and
llielf, when we bequeath it to various backward or former Thursday, June 18- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State everything Is coming up roses and "t,....,

colonial peoples.; To achieve responsible democracy that Employment Service, 9.3, S. Roberts St 4; Men's Slow alt before back I with can light s feeling my of pipe securIty and-

has been accomplished in England and the United States, Pitch Softball North Florida Experimental vs. Talquln another delegate! returns from l Co

and In some other countries, people must exhibit quail- Electric Coop., 7:30 p,m., Doyle Conner Field. afar and tells me that we are in l Quincy Telephone
ties of stability! restraint and responsibility to make democratic a first class hell of a fix and Swat Mint
government work. Friday, June 19Canning Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter there Is not much we can do '

In the Latin lands to the south of us, too often we have 9 12. Post Office: Alcoholics Anonymous
... and Al'AOQU Family Group, 8 St. Paul's Parrlsh
seen a lack of stability, and restraint, and as a result of f' ,, p.m. '

this difference, and poverty, we have repealed revolution, House.Monday .

turmoil and chaos. plus exploitation of the, poor by the June 22- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; US

rich and no real democracy Canning Center, 8 5: Eastern Star 8 p.m., Masonic EASYTOFITA

A referee's call so angered emotional soccer fansin Building; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m.,
Lima that they started for officials, and had they caught Courtroom, Courthouse.
them almost surely would have killed than The riot
which followed turned into mass death when police fired Tuesday, June 23- Canning Center, 8 .5; Rotary Club.

. into the crowd, causing a stampede for the closed gates. 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge (Masonic), 8 p.m.. NEW FORD INTO

After that, mobs looted and fired buildings In their Masonic Building; Business & Professional Women,

rage. Nations achieve responsible government when 7 p.m., KiUrell's Restaurant

their citizens achieve a certain degree of collective re Wednesday June 24- Canning Center, 8 Sj; Navy Recruiter

sponsibility. We will learn this the hard way with some 10:30: am. Po.t Office; Exchange Club,

of the new nations in the years to come. 1pm.Restaurant, Jefferson House; Jaycees, 12 noon. Kittrell's YOUR VACATION PLANS



Our Postal ServiceNo The National Outlook

one has yet devised a sure way to shortcircuitthe

adage" that says "He who dances must pay the By George HugnluniCHE

piper. Ing In past fears for the
years VACATION AND NEW FORD !
DOU.AII, AT HOMK
formal the
In somewhat more language, that is essence safety. ol our currency have bad
of what ,Postmaster General John Gronouikl has AND! ABROID
a salutary effect the
Fears both here and abroad, on course of AT OUR PRICES YOU CAN
told irate lawmakers who echo constituent complaints events within the United States.
for the safety of the Amrrtl'UIdoillir
about curtailed postal lervlce. have greatly diminished In at The HhUa year our 1858 balanct-of marks. DM point AFFORD BOTH !
that Into recent monllis. Not only Is the payments
Conceding economy meaiures already put deficit began to assume substantial
force have slowed mail delivery and downgraded service now of dollars overseas bring
redivvd.. but. the willinimess ol propxt.aand preservation_ You can't vacation carefree in a car haveto
--- you
-
Gronouskl bluntly warned that the situation will get the rrst ot the world to absorb
even worse unless his department gets back some of the tailors Is simultaneously growing care for. Trade in old car cares to us. .. ..

$16 million trimmed by the Home from its ilical 1965 development Tlw main fiictort are not brlitnil such as those to! READY MIX and take off In a '64 from Ford. Our sales ..tail. KM 4-Oow U***. The South s W..l rae titII car HM .

budget give us much satisfaction. The have sizzled to record highs and we're fan. smooth* ndt. su tra !ntul;ton icons! hot and lonpr Intsrvsls
Specifically, he.has told the Senate Appropriations I not )'I'1-elllUll'll Interest equali/a- CONCRETECONCRETE ning the flames with record.high trade allow betmen schHuM swvtc thn any ether ur In tts tins.rslrisne .
Committee it be to eliminate several Lion lax has played a role In restraining -
may necessary the outflow of futvl. Take hot act !
ances. a tip= now -
railway and highway post offices in various parts of the But Mils Is rt of lnt.rf.ience *
country and to further reduce operations in many postal with the 1 lj"\flow of capital{:f t:
facilities! where cutbacks have already been ImpotecL that we have decried when Mlwr
nation used II
Gist of the postal chiefs recent presentation was that then more Important In mplxliilnf I,I ttlt; c
the House action was false economy and the point seemsa the tnrreaned strength of ..

valid one if the effects would be as he detailed them. the strong dollar Inflationary Is the devrlopntenl trend tn many of a i I i BLOCK ... .

Mall and parcel post are too important a part of the of the other hard-currency rotinMrs. -

personal and business life of America to be )jeopardized The dollar Is "';:1U:1 I I II
attractive s '
by an attempt to shave a relatively small amount from more as

the department's $5 billion budget. which because to the hold alternative liquid funds of, simply holding I Oakland Concrete .MO.....I'''ts Cms*. Com*. |M becalm console ymyl "'''not; lipood manual .1IIft .. Mkjme vocaMM ,
lotpci
Product mfon II """W hit
s subs toot ef
them In certain other Company
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has bNxme less attractive sad it s svulaM the MUM bass Y I si Vie famed Coord B<. "' |'"*-"* r''rtan I ""Its.**.'em M enc*.
Mined Ales $oetctt red
Riming
DinnersIt's
Party
Relief from the constant pleasure Job no.-
of a naorlno concern ever three MAI. T-sess)
that time of year again for loyal party membersto our ability to preserve the dotUr -

rally round the flag; the war ay I. aimed at cash in s value maybe_ a mixed bine- --- .-;- __ 1-v-\\

huge quantities.As .

convention time nears and the political pot boils, LOANS -
an endless round of $100 and $IOOO-a.plat. dinners are "

to be leistered upon party faithfuls. RESIDENTIAL FARM
If you deeire to break bread with the President ol the -
r**** ,.... MM**. The '.4 *_NI el .* ..-....* sk.oeesalas* *,W.....Tk*tenaeee .
United States, or some lessee culdinq1Cbt.1n! either Lowest Closing Costa led a tfnbto SMT red
party, High Approval It Mi X l ..
Shtme KW* sit Iy9M se sos Ivraw to settle .. *. tM touftvwM toll of wears Ms ..tft tw ekitlMS nee
that' possible. I Good T.rmsCONVENTIONAL wet tee"b4 etas MS M Vie KM Mew Carts Rs >*l ewe bttt tot* a comport Cf mkjmK 11... 1U
However, there is growing disregard for t.dera1Iaw.

prohibiting out and out pressure government workers! FJU.

who may or may not feel inclined to fork over $100 at the
Quick. Confidential and
Court. Sorrlc
whim of party chieftains but do so for fear ol Job loss. ou

The practice is moat prevalent in the nation's capital SEE ALVEE WOLF AT FORD VACATION SALE >

where thousands of federal employes are regularly

pinched. And the practice seems to be spreading to the I HARBIN-WOLF, Inc.

hinterlands.It I 321 West Crawford Street

behooves National Committee chairmen, and even Phone man-Johnson Motor
MAIn 7-8737
Company Inc.
the Chief Executive to arrest this trend which nowadays I' ,

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.... GARDENING I,1 ;. :Hi if hum' m poisoning USO-I HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS Benjamin Lynn Schofield

uiu IN FLORIDA dated However with,lantana It has plant been' known'I playA suffered number serious of Individual poisoning after nave Now In Iceland i Visits Naples

ad.WI. .y Hervej Sharp, Editor cattle for' years. An that again lantana called can poison lanta- eating frankfurter roasted on Ry Marjorie B. Or gory Keflavlk. Inland Benjamin USS FREMONT Rodger P

rvri Agricultural nine is the Iduer. .JaM stems. Inhaling smoke Hum Demonstration Agent J L. Lynn yeoman' seaman, USN, SchofleM, seaman, USN, MI rt
Extension babesSending Touching crushed lantana \\t1\1I1 from oleander stems Is another FOOD FACTS AND FAU.AC1ESSo son of Mrs. C. J. Davis of 1131 I Mr. and Mm. Lawton SchnfMdal
imall children out to much attention has been d|
lilt play lan't a* bad AI tossing them II known to cause a kin reaction.I way to get deathly sick. reeled to the subject ot dirt that Vest Jefferson St., Quincy, reported Route 3, Lake Talquln Road
111d into a lion'a den but it can be One child made a valued trip to I Children playing with pokeweeduse many notions and absurdities are for duty May II with the Quincy, visited Naples, Italy lam
'fit equally u dangerous. !the hospital after playing by a It* f urple berries" arto make" being accepted by persons who N Staff of Commander ,\Ii..rFoI'I'f'I month aboard the Navy attack
ithem Ornamental plant are the wont clump of lantana plants. The exposed I play Ink" or as paint. have heard a Mile about vitamins, Atlanttcrt't\ at the Naval transport ship USS Fremont verve
They are safe until one
youngstersuggests
Offender skin was marked with minerals, protein calories, etc ;
Many parent believe In letting white splotches and reddish areas.I sampling the berries. but who have not had the opportunity Station, Keftavlk. elahd. Inc with the U S. Sixth Fleet In
Infants make "oral exploratkmi" state, grows throughout the'Cases of jimsonweed poisoning nor taken the trouble to He la assigned to the Admin the Mediterranean.Kremnnt ,
about the yard. It's one way for in South Florida, nal1IIpI'ctl'l \'. have been reported In Florida after l learn enough so that their Ideas atrallv Department.A which normally oper
!he children to learn about their environment bloom and fruit all year. children at Its. fruit or lucked will be kept straight. graduate of Leon High air out o( Norfolk, Va., U ichelulfd <
Rllatt'dl1J'ietkoI on the flowers.So to return to the United
Ida they aay. are grown in Our food the best that
supply Is Vhool at Tallahassee, Lynn entered Stain In mid-June.
sea Yet, tome planta the child may northern Florida as ornamental far as known, the Uguttrum we have ever had. Protection of the service In October 1992 -- -
in- taste are aa deadly aa a rattle plants. baa a good record In Florida, but our food by industry and by law
lad snake's tangs. Lantana Is a shrub from threeto In Europe a number of children has set a standard for several TRADE AND RON\" Takes Course In
Iry A light mack of Glorious five feet tall. The Cowers are have died from filling the fruit decades and the foods available Armed with a new United Stain
!do (climbing lily) tubers baa caused displayed In disk-like clusters on of this glossy privet The hy In our markets are as attractiveand trade policy pledge Cnmmunlat Propeller RepairWichita
death In to. noun. One tiny long stalks. Individual flowers drangea has at least one mark as Uavorsom U one could Romania hope to buy large quan-
rotary pea with Ita scarlet Jacket have four lobes and are tubular In against Its. 11111U a poisonous find anywhere. Of course these titles of American Industrial nili, Tex. Airman
and Jet black tip U a lethal doae. !th* lower part They may be plant. achievements should not make us equipment. Th Bucharest Government Third: ions John E. KUpatrlcIc,
Luckily tor children the aeed-coat creamy white, yellow, pink, Most ornamentals are harmless, complacent. There Is always room which bas I't'JPctt'lb\ son ot Mr. and Mrs H. A. KD-
of thia crabey pea ia hard and orange! or scarlet but to be safe, enjoy their \beauty for Improvement but the food q viet economic domination, la reported -Patrick of Quincy, has graduated
Impervious to moliture. Uncracked The stems are bluntly square, but not their taste. It's a goof quack's approach to improvements ) to haa shopping lint from the technical training course
the seed can be wallowed green or brown, and may be Idea to teach children to avoid II the way. ready amounting to possibly!for U. S Air Force aircraft propeller -
without danger. But, one seed armed with weak, sharp spines putting anything In their mouths Food faddists and food quarks $1 OOOOOOO tn buy equipment repairmen at Sheppard
thoroughly chewed brings llII'edeath. Leaves are In pairs or whorls of except food.Even are closely related. Probably ev .4. ;.k train the United States and \\'t'IIem \- APR Texas.

In. three. crawlers In playpens may cry food faddist Is somewhat of a .bee Isem lbaa...Is..took s'.Y Id.; '...,,.& Euro)*. both Airman h hydraulic Kllpatrick, who studied
recent yean, lantana hasbeen Lantana berries are green to reach out between the ban and food quack in that he fervently -- and electrically
blamed for the death of one blue or black, nearly one-fourth pull In anything within reach. desires to convert everybody to "Wdl! You certainly! made a fool of yowwlf it KHKhtrt.: ..inisMGovernor operated propellers;! .; Is being asstgled -
child, the lllneaa to Tactical Air I
of Nelson. Command'a
two others, Inch In diameter, and contain one Grass and most lawn weeds are his perverted way of thinking and Rockefeller
and a akin injury to fourth the partylN hat Informed ITAO Pope Alit N. C Ilia
a The bony seed. harmless, but poisonous immh- eating. The food quack Is not major Republican new
death was attributed to eating One leaf ot the oleander I II reported moms may be growing within necessarily a food faddist. Ho may loaders that someiii else l mum unit supports the TAG mission of
lantana berries.Botanist totcx enough to kill an I't'ICIBI'fore leaving a Miller practice his own fads while he take the 111111.lIveIIIW If the providing firepower and other air
Erdman Went with the adult Children have been made alone In the yard be sun he's sells them to others, or he may alma conservative I la to he ArI'l support to U S. Army forces.
Florida Agricultural Experiment t Ill by carrying oleander flowers not among killer plants. laugh at his victims while he en- It dUN not mean that Tim airman la a graduate of
la pulling mil of the Prenldenllarace. ; llapiilgus High School.
10)1 his normal diet The sincere _
TIME TO WE HAVE GRANDMOTHER RETIRES nod faddist Is usually a person N lie feels the Importance omoderate t MR ATHLETE'! rt>OT
I I McGuire Air Force Base, N. J. excessively concerned with health M Republicans uniting behind IS.K HMMTOLYTIC ACTIOW!
Devoe Paints. a candidate .: !>_... .... ..
,- Mrs. Mabel Page enlisted as a and Inadequately\ Informed as to N more repres H nit ... nines.
Fixtures private In the women's branch live of party philosophy than h* N ...... ".. ......,. NI.P. .
of dietary facts and principle The ,.... ,.. .
believes Senator R. ..... ..,...
Complete Line of
I Rolrfwater be
the air tore 20 year ago when ford a cynical promoter, J to ,?...". "'.'. a..n/alposi. at.ne
BuildingPlumbing Materials one of her sons was drafted The often t'I and always plaus- Ina alwew It net y|..w4 \.
Rfl'A) I Aleea Aluminum Roofing 69-year-old great grandmother retired able, engaging, of a aelf-pitiesaed l n Goodwill Irahmtrlr hal beenilcMTtbed IltOS, pane UM back, I.. an.Ilawele. .
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Riltanlsed Roofing k Sidinghousewares with the rank oIl1W1t.r ser-leasing personality and great aa 'a non-profit enter, row II.:...walk/t.. _..ft.1'.1.04 tae I"tltlT
awenpis.
k Gifts. geant. She held the record of being sales ability but devoid at ethics prim with a heart" aa It trains .,, anal .....t eta panel lie I.Ile .
Carer Asphalt Roofing the oldest enlisted member, or conscience. 2 .OOO hnnillca|>i>ed "persona annually akin tap ...... 1'tll'! e1P'
Gold Bond Sheetrock man or woman of the air force A series of article on misleading IbntUKhout th* U S. r MIT 5)510 .n.
REMODEL and Gypsum Products Ideas or food fallacies -

BUILD Pius Goods k nth Supplies I The Florida Law Enforcement all appear each week In this
Hundreds of Items Academy was created by the column. Call U. Home helms NEED A GOOD PLUMBERIN

& BATES HARDWARE CO. :Florida Sheriffs Association ands ration Office for more Inform. A BIG HURRYAT
BELL operated by the Florida Sheriffs lIuII. The first fallacy I II Diet -
MADISON STREET QCINCY I Bureau u a training school Caiwe or Cure of Arthritta. REASONABLE COST?
for law enforcement officers.INVEST /ItT rAt IlIi OK 11KKK :
AKTHKrm S -0- :I
The claim that you ran eat your ,.
way into arUinus and eat our or want to contract
way out again Is rldJl IIU" Kxenxiv .
research has failed to show a big or HttU( Job?

that the absence or presentof THEN DIAL 827-388
: TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS any food or vitamin will either
cause or cure any form of art!)-
24 HOUR SERVICEI!
j CUAROIANSHIP ACCOUNTS rlUa. Careful medical examina
lion of people who claim UVy
have been helped with trick dM MOODY PLUMBING COMPANY
PENSION FUND ACCOUNTS 7l t'y
would show that most of them

Ire self-diagnosed artJiriUfS.CAPUN 1927 Mainline Drlv.QUINCY. .
CREDIT UNION ACCOUNTS --- A fASTS or T AD T1ON- O.N TAX for costumed youngiters at Old Sturbrldg. Village, Mai The FLORIDA
I : WELFARE FUND ACCOUNTS Internal Revenue Cbmmlsslon treat baked from an lilt rerlpe, II a specialty of the annual
,.r Mortimer M. OtpUn said he Mllltla Day exercises at the New England historical eml.r. Next Door to B&H Construction Company
UNION ACCOUNTS favors moving toward a IimplrrIRt'Ollle Th youngsters were preparing fur the day en June It
tax system with Jufte
tales and fewer deductions, :red--I
: INDIVIDUAL INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS ts and other special allowances.

Many experts believe such a simplified
; JOINT (NVESTIIENT( ACCOUNTS version would bring In almost UP TO
as much revenue U the oresent -
PARTNERSHIP ACCOUNTS structure. Caplm baa resigned \ -: FREE BEEF I

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fAc.-- -a "'' _COUNT* TIMES. QWNCT, FLORIDA. THURSDAY-,-JUNE 18. 1984
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1st Baptist Night


WOMEN'S PAGE WMS Has MeetThe


Night W M S of the First
Bdptist Church held its regular
Parsons haying Item d todal nature are urged to caD meeting on June 1 at 8 ouoclt.Mrs. .

Mi. May & Richardson at MAin 7-8503 Dan Wolf opened the
meeting with prayer. After the
... committee report there WIt a
discussion on plan for the new -
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WSCS year. [ ,
Centenary MIll Myths\ Davis end Mrs. 1

Mary Burnett gave a very Interesting r
Has MeetingThe program on "Awakening
tit
f r Brazil*' Mini Lois Carter gave

r s Woman's Society of ChrU- '1r the call to pnyer.
Ilan Service bl Centenary Methodist During the soda hour the coda
-Church held Its regular but- committee served delidou
mess and program meeting Monday peach Ice cream and cookies.
rMra.
afternoon, June 9 at 3.30 In "Thi was a farewell party for
Fellowship HaU. MIll Elizabeth Weatherly, the L
The meeting was called to order program chairman. She has done
by the president Mn. Carl Owen- a wonderful job this year and we
by, after which the group tang, will surely mill her a* she goes
'Have Thine Own Way Lord" overseas! to teach this fall," a Y
piano.with Mrs L. L. Willis at the spokesman for the group laid. .


The devotional was given by Tuesday Lunch
Mn. Gene Morgan. Her scripture
was taken from I John 1: 7, and '
wing a* her subject "Maturing A For Miss Laslie
fean." She cloned with prayer l v,7
M.... J. L. Bedenbaugh, recordIng Mis Harriett Leslie whose
secretary, read the minute marriage wa an event of Saturday
of the May meeting in the absence June 13, was the honoree at
of the treantrer. She also a beautiful luncheon Tuesday, x
gave her report. June 0th, given by Mn. Dur-
Circle reports given by the wood' Owens at the Jefferson z

circle chairmen told of the project a louse Mums, stephanotis tock
Thomas Brown their members had chosen and bride rose formed the cen
for the month. s j terplece. Place card were of
EIibili: jt
Miss C. Cobey Wed Mn. Tracy Riddle reported that bridal design. John Dixon Reynolds III>
The hostess
I the college i students had charge of gave the bride elect

To Walter Thomas Brown Rev.morning the church E. Nash while services PhIlpot the minister one was Sunday attend the linen Among a*party.a the memento 13 guest of wa this* delightful the Miss Harriett Lee Laslie, John \

mother of the honoree, Mn. Joe
Brown of 9004, 47th Ave., Edmonston log church conference. Laslle
of
Dixon Recite Vows
Attapulgui.
Mill Elizabeth C Coney, Md., June 11th at aeven Mr*. Malcolm Nicholson, who Reynolds
daughter of Mr and Mn. WilliamW. o'clock In the evening. had charge of the program, used -
Cobey of 6910 Pineway University the subject of, "Our Later Yean, Cdr" Miss Laslie Is Miss Harriett Lee Leslie,
The Rev. William
Park, Md., became the Tope pee A Time For Responsible Llvna daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph heart shaped pillow.
bride of Walter Thomas Drown Formed the ceremony at the University ," taken from the program Taylor Laslle of Attapulgui, became John Dixon Reynolds, Jr. served
ton of Mr. and Mrs. Wllber R. of Maryland ChapeL Whitepeonies :book. This was a panel discussion Mr. David Edward Smith Party Honoree the bride of John Dixon as his son'I beat man. Groomsmen -
and inapdragnni Interspersed on, "A Christian Woman Miss Harriett wile whose Reynolds III son of Mr. and Mrs. were Lamar Fleming Bill
with fern flanked by -ooka at Mature Yean." Those marriage John Dixon Reynolds, Jr., of Aufusta Clark, Tom Bailey, Richard Ma.
to John Dixon
= candle were at the altar. 1 taking part on the program were Miss Margaret Eugenia Clark of Augusta, Ga., was Reynolds an event UI of Ga.,ataStt.Joseph 13 at grader all of Augusta and Berry
The bride who wa given In' M.... E. B. Embry, as Miss AgnesConnelly Saturday, was the honoree at a 9:30 pm. CatholicO1urch Ualle, the bride brother. Char
marriage by her father, wa* (In her eighties) now delightful afternoon Thurs BaInbridge, Ga. Father lei Livingston, nephew ol the
radiant In a gown In silk mist Married to David Edward Smith party Lucien Furry performed the can bride
MODERN I living in an old people' home; day when M... Fount May Jr. was ring bearer.
WEDDING The bodice featured long sleevesermlnatlng Mn. Malcolm Nicholson, II Mri and Mrs. Carl Rude Jr. entertained ,emony. Bernard Bailey of Augusta The mother of the bride chose
t tt In calla points and i France dmlth (In her early fifties Mill Margaret Eugenia dark for her at the the cousin of the groom was for her daughter' wedding an
RINGS t he neckline was bordered with Miss Margie Thomas, Miss Sue 'd reaof i altar boy. Organist Mrs. Walter
), active In club and church daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Edgar former. Rose and from was aqua lace with matching acces
America handily lace trimmed with sequins 1 work; and Mn. George B. Gregory Eugene dark and David Edward Malone Barnett and Mrs Richard the May garden predominated Cox and soloist, Damon Tay sories. Her corsage was of green
favorite and pearls. She wore a u Mn. Edith Gregory (a Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Heb- Allison. In the decoration lor. He sang "Oh Perfect Love" cymbidlum orchids.
since 1850tYe traditional I wedding veil and carried widow about 09 yean old), who din Leslie Smith of Battle Creek Out of town guests were Mr. Centering the dining table was and "Ave Maria. The groom's mother was dress
a prayer book live alone In her family home. Mich., were united In marriage and Mn. Hebdln Leslie Smith an epergne of daisies interspersedwith Two massive arrangement of ed in a lime green iheath with
The attendant wore dresses of Mn. Bob Letter, Jr. portrayed Saturday, June 13 at 2.30 o'clock parent of the groom, Battle fern. Mr*. Taylor Griffin white glads and mum were on lace bodice and
pInk whip cream fashioned on Mia Mary Lee Newberry (a business Creek, Michigan; Mrs. Paul dark, sister of the bride elect served each side of the altar, on which Her matching acresSeries.
long heath line. They carried woman ol about 3s). p.m.The Rev. Thomai E. Cuttino Miss Beth King and Nancy King coffee frappe. was placed a pair of smaller arangement cymbidium orchids.corsage was yellow
A cascade bouquet of deep pink This was a wonderful discussion performed the impressive double of Chattahoochee; Mrs. Tom Hagen The hostesses gave the honoree *. Candle tree with
peonle showing the group how to ring ceremony in the Flat Baptist and Mn Bernard Stanley of, linen as a memento of this burning white tapers flanked the The groom' grandmother, Mr*.
Matron of honor was Mrs Fred make better use of time and Church, against a backgroundof Pensacola; Mrs. Ralph Deaaon lovely party which was attended ,side arrangements.. Fern. entwined Bernard Bailey, Sr. wore a beige
Martin, Jr. of Athens Ala, lister talent In "Our Later Yean It Oregon fern, while gladioli, and Mn. Aussie T. Stanfiil Bri- by 20 guest ', the altar rail. lace with white carnation corsage
of the bride. Bridesmaid were illustrated how to be happier and mum and pom puma The prie- tol!, Mr. and Mn. Jerome Brace- I The bride, given in marriage Following the ceremony a reception
Hiss Patricia Pelczar, Judithi'erusso live a more useful life dleu was draped with white satin well and daughter Donna of Montgomery by her father, was lovely In a wa given in the garden
Janel Ilazelbaker, sister A group discussion period follower and caught at the corner with Ala.; Mn. John D. Hale, Luncheon For gown of ivory satin featuring a at the home of Mr. and Mn.
ft the groom and Beverly lucks, with all members panda nosegay of dainty! flowers and Jail and David Hale, Gainesville, !lace bodice with a decollete neckline Mayo Livingston, Jr, slater of
University Park, Md. Mary P pallnz. markedby Fla; Mr. and Mn. Joseph S. Miss LaslieMrs. and long sleeves terminating the bride.receiving.
I trlda the bride niece The meeting closed with the Ivy. Family pew were dark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woll- lit ralin ,rlnl..t thm _at1I. ThjUU .. r..._.. ""' ... '""""' .. .... 'A ....
was flower Martin girl. League Benediction prayed In un satin. Bill bows Bricker and fernMrs. was organist chlager; Mrs. -Paul- Lastowskl!, Mayo Livingston Sr. entertained h skirt of (IlWer--iiii taperedto : i n--v'M'Y; Livingston.;;;;:

Mr. Wilbur R. Brown served as ison. and played traditional wedding Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L Powell with a bridesmaids point at the empire waistline The bride' table, which wuth.1.J'
ill II..'. best man. mimic. Soloist was Mn. Joseph Mr. and Mn. Dewey Eubanki and luncheon In honored Miss Harriett and flared Into a chapel train. A a. a white linen and lace
c Groomsmen were George Brownbrother S. Clark. daughter MiUessa and Mrs. taste Saturday, June 13 at the rosepolnt Brussels lace veil of on one end the three
of the groom William Supper; Given for The bride who wa given In Reese Revell, all of Tallahassee.Mr. Tara five Restaurant. Pink rose In chapel length wa attached to an tiered wedding cake decoratedwith

Cobey, Jr., and Elwond Cobey, the marriage by her father was radIant and Mn. Robert K. Walker centered a branched the silver epergnette very satin: bandeau edged with white rose*.
bride' brothers, and Paul Slum- Wedding GuestsFriday In a full length gown of white Mr. and Mn. Clyde Cato of bridal table. Place cards seed pearl Her only jewelry was An epergne of white roses was
mitt and John Snyder of Balti organza over taffeta. The fitted and Dale King of Tampa, Mr. were motif. an heirloom diamond lavallere. on the other end. Mrs. Sylvester
Fifteen
night following rehearsalof bodice< featured a square neckline and Mrs Rolland Berry and Miss three guests enjoyed this She carried a cascade bouquet of Woodward cut the cake.
more.Mrs.. Cobey choee for her the Laalle-Reynoldi wedding,' outlined with chantllly lace, Jackie Berry of Battle Creek, the bride-elect course luncheon at which' white rose centered with a white Punch was served by Mis Ermine .
daughter' wedding a silk chiffon Mr. and Mrs. John )L Reynolds,, terminating In a V at the back Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. James gilts. presented her attendant orchid and lilies of the valley. Owenby, Patricia BaIley
of deep pink with beading at the Jr, parent of the groom, entertained and short sleeves The full skirt S pears and family of Miami. I Mrs. Taylor Griffin of Atlanta Sarah Bailey, Louise Bailey. As-
waist line. Her hat was of varied with a buffet supper at the swept Into a chapel train. Her When the couple left on their was her sister's matron of honor sitting in serving were Miss Allen
shade of pink. Her corsage was Tan Restaurant in Balnbridge.1 triple tiered shoulder length veil wedding trip the bride was wearing Men of Wedding Bridesmaids were Mill Betty! Simmons Peggy Simmon and
of blending color and accessories An epergne of pink rose flanked, of silk Illusion cascaded from a a yellow striped (Ilk seersucker Burroughs Conway. S. C, Marsha Mary Simmon A whit cloth
they were "mod were matching.The by three branched candelabra crown of organza rosebud She sheath featuring a jacket Party Honored Harris, Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. Harry covered the punch table which
ern" then) mother of the groom wore a with pink candles, formed the carried ". prayer book topped with Her accessories wen white and Wood, Jr., Atlanta and Barbara were decorated with flowers and
And tome two piece lace dress with matchIng -centerpiece. a white orchid, centered In a she won the orchid from her John Reynolds III entertained R Reynold and Kathy Reynolds, garland of greenery.
wire M ahead of their accessories and corsage.. Forty-five people Including the shower of llephanoU and bridal bridal bouquet with a bachelors luncheon at the Augusta, listen of the groom. Miss Emma Lou Keaton of Col-
time-they're (till In the Following tile cc.mIllY''the wedding party anJ but of town ribbon After June 28, following their Tan Restaurant In Bainbridge Anne Woodward, daughter of Mr. quilt kept the bride* book. Nose
Aitcirved .Iactlon-by bride' parent entertained with a vlslton were guests on this oc M...., T. Lynn Wollachlager of wedding trip to Colorado the June 13. Guest were 20 men, and Mr*. Sylvester Woodward, gay of pink carnations highlighted .
demindl Of court we've air.'Joan at the Sherham Hotel radon Tallahassee wa her listen matron :couple will reside at Merritt members of the Laslle.Reynolds Qulncy, was her aunts flower the table.
When the couple left on their of honor. Mia Karen dark land. The bridegroom li an engineer wedding party and out of town g irt. When the couple left on their
"tlr..modern*, too. Do wedding trip to New England the Mrs. James Mahaffey and MIN Bebe dark of Quincy, with Douglas Aircraft at guest. The attendant wore blue floor wedding trip the bride was wearIng -
see them all. They start bride wa wearing a light green sisters of the bride, were bridesmaids. Cape Kennedy. The groom to be presented his length dresses with boat neck- a two piece drew of olive
el low .* $8. linen Wit lined with green and Is Bridge Hostess Preceding the wedding rehearal attendant gifts on this occasion wet, trimmed with matching lace,linen with beige accessories and
white polka dot and a small white Mr*. James Mahaffey entertained They wore dresses of pink organza Friday night Mr. and Mrs: A three course luncheon w The lace trim was,the orchid from her bouquet.
raw'i A.lli IAYAW| lITm M hat her bridge club Wednesday and headpieces of rose of Hebdln Leslie Smith, parent of served. asrepeated at the waist They carried I When they return from Sea Island
sndl'I lint ":...,:,,,: ::_ ,M They will reside at 7400 18th afternoon. Colorful almoner the same material. They carried the groom entertained with a cascade bouquet of yellow Ga. they will liven Augusta
I. UINSOW SIT Ave., Apt. IS, W. Hyatt Maryland) flowen were at erlnlIrn.: basked of mixed spring fluwen. I dinner party .+t the Jefferson: Bridge Club Meets 1'01I'10 where both are students at Medical .
Onm'i tl*| ? .. IM NIII upon their return from New Eng. Mn Dick The best man was Dean Smith House. The centerpiece on the: The little flower girl wore a College of Georgia
*' lint ..:..:.:,::,Ill,MAl winner. main table was formed With Mrs. Morgan white
land.The of Costa Mesa, Calif. Ushers were oflnh1.1 organdy dress with embroidered Out of town guest wen fromAugusta
MSS I le MIM'I brilla attended the University Tea guest Joining the players Lynn Wollschlager, Tallahassee, drangea, gladi and fern Mrs H. E. Morgan entertained f overakirt with blue Atlanta, Valdosta, Col-
of Maryland and Corcoran wen Mrs. Lynn Falconer Greensboro Jim Spear Miami, Bill Parker, crystal container. her bridge club at her home Wednesday sash. She carried a basket of quilt Columbus, Quincy, Orals,
:W. et:. WooJ School of Art N. C, who i* visiting her Cape Canaveral and Albert Cox, Thirty-four guest enjoyed this afternoon. Colla, begonia yellow rose Tallahassee, Baton Rouge Montgomery
The groom 1* graduate of the parent, Mr. and Mn. Arthur Qulncy.The! delightful party. and other flowers wen at point! The ring bearer wore a white Monticello and Panama
JEWELER University of Maryland.Mrs MNormanMcMlllan Woodward, bride's mother Chose a yellow On this occasion\ the groom presented Interest suit and carried a white satin Qty.
Mark. Welch; Monroe of and Mrs.J. crepe dress made on soft line his attendants cua.Presbyterians. Mrs Maurice Owens who won -
QUINCY FLORIDA QuIIlC'3II the bride' materna I C Duy with whit accessories. Her corsage high con wa* awarded cosmetics
grandmother and Mrs. W. W, was a yellow orchid. a* was Mn. Frank Smith,
.......1004 Artesrve M.\. Cobey Sr., formerly of Qulnry, I* The best frll'fIdIll'I usually! not Mrs Smith, mother of the IfOlUdl'elled \ In holder of low. Bingo prue, a novelty
paternal grandmother. those people thought of _as such was in a beige silk featuring limos., went to Mn. Flitter Wil '
front and back lace General MeetingFollowtrg
panels We
At Specialize in
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with three pro
Matching accessories. A OOICOOCJ'c.lc: ',
pale pink orchid with a deep pink the prayer band Colsia
WHY WOOD ? I [dessert with coffee. Coca
throat formed her corsage which led ,
wa by Mr* J. W wen passed during the SUMMER
Following the ceremony thebride' ,Woodward Monday at 1.30: pm Gusts playing with game.the club
i parents entertained with at the First Presbyterian Church
Mrs.
were E. C.
I Mahaffey, Mn
a reception In the church parlor. the general meeting was held. Frank Smith and Mrs. LanIer WEAR
Urns died with white glad Mr*. R. D. Woodward, Jr. had Richardson. ,..
mum and huge fern wen at charge of the program. The devotional -
I focal point Greeting were Mr. wa given by Mn. P C Card of Drycleaning
.rh I Fred Rowan and Mrs darkPlemmons. Davis on "Personal Service. Thanks
'
Mn. Woodward then spoke on To our many friends who wen
The bride' table, which N u* General Fund AgencIes, after coo thoughtful and understanding
I covered by a handsome white which' she showed a very interesting In 10 many way during the recent Y '4
cutwork cloth had on one end the film on Presbyterian\ loss of our loved one, we I Summer suits olwoyt "
three tiered cake topped with School of Christian Education at aay thank from the depth of our .'3
'fresh flowers and surrounded bya Richmond Va. SPCE) heart. W* an grateful for each look |lust right with our

ruffle of net. An arrangement i Cycle 9 served refreshments of the gift\ of beautiful flowen exclutlv Someone
,of snapdragons, rose and stoic k during the IIOI"Iahour.. food and donation u memorials
I Interspersed with love bird, won u I Mrs. OyOe Joiner of Ft Lauderdale to various fund We trust that Style-S.t5. the
the other end. God will bless you everyone.
wa a visitor. Mrs. Joiner
Cutting the cake were Mrs J. 1* a former member of the Women The family of E. A. Chester miracle fobrlc.finish 4 .

L 11t IL Harrison Tallahassee, aunt en of the church and old friends thai keeps summer, '
the bride, Mrs. Robert K. Walker, 'warmly welcomed her. Church Members ;
,Tampa and Miss Brenda Cook, Plan clothe loosing trim :
I Tampa, and Miss Betty King Mrs Reception
Chattahoxhee. Richardson Is Members of Forest Hills Meth- ..eke new. You.. *' a.

I Punch.. served from a table Hostess At Bridge odtt Church en giving a recrp-
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and feel the dif
tam erence. h
,covered by a white embroidered I Mrs LanIer Richardson entertained Sunday afternoon. June 21
,doth highlighted by nosegays of her Tuesday afternoon from I to T o'clock In honor of Coll today.
flowers. Miss Diane Adam end bridge dub this week. their. new minister, the Rev. and
""" Miss Beth King poured. summer flowers wen at local Mr Curb Banner and family
I Miss Cltnda Edenfleld of Miami point The public I* invited to meet
Till roller coaster In Panama dry Florida stands about twenty yard away kept the bride* book, which WIll I ttlnnen" of high aeon and bingo the minister and his family and
from the Gull ol Mexico. It would be hard to find a structure and a location 'placed on a table decorated withiprtng .received costume Jewelry. welcome them to Qulncy.Propw .

that demand more from structural material The salt air 1* corrosive, Th. ,! \ flower At conclusion of three progression dots

heat and humidity accelerate rot. decay, runout and Insect attack. But this I land Miss Reeve wen Miss Revell OlIve of Quln Cox,was*served an attractive the 11 player party plat salt._hk._rentaa._not ltIt_I come_made.by M- 4

itructure b protected from corrosion because It U wood. And It U protected I cy, Miss Beth Wollachlagrr and

from rot, decoy, fungus and termite because It U WOLMANtZED wood Mis Cathy Eubanka, Tallahassee I Everybody wants to be popular aecnnlen" 00.. ..t DIr"a'Ol."., WGRSnD-TO wsrs_1da .......... loW C.aldlsFi
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I PAGE t I Church Episcopal Notes ,


from M. raul'a o

Person baring !Item ol lodal nature) are urged to call rte *vond Lesson st Morning

Mrt May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 Prayn this (Tuesday) morningwas

he story iii our Lord heal-
Jig of the centurions servant
from the Gospel aooonstag to St.
A MEMORIALby rs i.:;k* I did a double take witht
I 4 Like so many things m the
May S. Ri.nard.oe. _' ,:.'If: thaI just lay there the first ,
:ale E Th sudden pasting of a dedicated .' inie w* paswd them this, one
loved one so often brines to Anally reaped out and bit nt*.
mind that "should all live from, liters wu no pain In the bite,
day: day:Jf".it were our lust I Just a bit of a sting and a momentary
on the moat IntoIt ahoi-k as 1 saw both the
and getting the best out ol It principals of the story conte to
We came Into this world empty ..IfIt occur to me now that
f banded and we can take nothing there Is one danger In the personality -
'JJAr with us regardless how one has ol our Lord it I II so powerful
worked and accumulated but we y, :\ and overwhelming that Uk.
A can LEAVE an abundance U y Jonah what, It sort ot swallows
worthwhile things behind us everyone else up on a first or
such u sight to the blind, coin even second reading. "11 takes a
fort. Inspiration and a challenge heap of llvln'," writes Edgar
to youth to obtain an education, A : If.. Guest, "lu lake a houa* home. .5 5
to have a real cincem fat humanly Well. It takes a heap of readlii'
to live an unselfish life, to begin to are the other characters
R dividing with thane lets fortunate
in the
Gospels woos to i.u
Yes, we can leave footprints upon or to
-- see them walk out Penn
the sand of time, that no one can Mr*. Jams Donald Munroe under the shaikw/ of am t. But
erase. To live In the hearts and the
centurion is
who
one came
yN memories ot others through the Mr, and Mr. Wilson Truett Tulsa oi Bristol Georakt, announce alive today tat me What a tine
! yean children, to be and an Inspiration to our : the marriage of their daughter, lane Ann, to sturdy character he must have

: help make this world grandrhlldren slut Is,torn to lame Donald Munroe, on May 25, In Qultman Georgia. i Is hen called. Mils man St. Cornelius sits, by tradition and lahnutilit ,

with strife, greed envy, selfishness Mr. Munroe 1* the on of Mr*. Mark Welch Munroe, Jr., to ha\'* been the first

to live-, Is a a better great place challenge.In which of Quincy and the kite Mr. Monroe. The couple at t>. ntile. conxert .to Chri tianltyl.
When the choir softly present 1* residing In QuIncy. torn mum nave tarn a deep and
"'!be Strife Is Over," as sings loved ImllMrlmliwte kIIn him fur Miss Rita Marleae BakerS
people Mo loved his
ones respects and, may friends the pay congregation their last Miss Lynda Carol Presnell Is alniimt the point 11 here he would servants make lu Sgt. and Mrs. Delbert R. Baker of 6280 "D" Street Biloxi,
any aacrtltce to see them
dry their trap with a resolution spared Mississippi announce the engagement of their daughter,
to make their remaining years' Bride of John Sleven DeanThe >re he suflcrtng was, a rv*|or>nmW sickness.IU milltary Rita Marlene, to A2C L Edwin Walker, IOn of Mrt. J. E. I
really wrote: count for Something worth- offlclal ot the Kotnan Fnpure : Bowman of Quincy. A2C Walker it a 1960 gradual of

As I looked out upon the vast marriage ol Miss Lynda ------ --- surruundnd by tpniitatloii Quincy High School. An early July wedding 1> being
of Hr- lo arrogance and IIIM>fIM'II,
Atlantic Ocean Carol Presnell. daughter giving
rolling! to his doorsteps Thos. planned.
Memorial
of his
substance!
and Mrs. James Rudolph Presnell to build! a plats
with '
a heart filled
__ ._. and with sadness Hardaway)' to John Steven Dean of worship for a haled alien people Ind- ;;
.m. thinking that eyes dimmed by tears son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dean Bible SchoolIs the Jews. And here Is the am. W* hop that the Grace McBride
MUt Judith Fay. Woodion dear, unselfish never brother again enjoy will this our ol Qulncy, took place Thursday murk of his humility t lie thought''I of our people will find
scene from this point that he evening June 11, at T;30 o'clock ConcludedThe so Illtl* of his own authority and 10 m hour cmVfllllrnt.I Circle MeetsThe
Mr. and Mrt J. F Woodson, QuIncy, announce the engagement loved so well, the thought came at Die! home of the bride' grandmother !dignity\ that he felt hlnuclf unworthy _

and approaching marriage of their daughter would to me that have you' went just as you Rev, Reneau, Mrs. a Steve Domlney DoUuv, pastor The Thomas Memorial) Baptist Jewliil prophet to approach to seek a a bundle favor. I R\IJN.r.K WIN* GraM Mi.Bride drrle met

Judith Faye, to Robert H. Graham of Quincy The ceremony months of suffering wanted to but, no long of the Crnmiiboro Baptist Church Church completed! Its largest and ft (the same tune wttHmljing his I Pierre Salinger, former Whit. with Mrs Roy MoLmdon with I
will take place at 2:30 Saturday afternoon, June stole away with no quietly ol performed the Impressive double bent attended Vacation Bible kllltlinate authority among his louan !mess secretary won 'th* member present.

27 at the First Free Will Baptist Church In Quincy. Mr. arewell."There moaning I ring members ceremony of the in families.the presence of School In the history of the church. soldiery real mark And of love hint all this the'Hilly contested Democratic sens- Mrs. Jo* Stil .-r gave the rail to

Chriitene Graham, sister in law of the groom, will be Is no death! although w* The bride, given In marriage by Jut Friday June 12. about tlione who-belong taring de'ply ton al battle In !San Franclann.\ The prayer M..... John McAfee pr*.
to ,
maid of honor, and Douglas Graham will serve a* his When greive beautiful her father, was radiant In a white The t<*al numlier of children doing nchly oar thaw who have us 3D.year-old Sallngrr campaigned Mited the *program, "Te God BeTh
brother' best man. Jeff Woodson, brother of the bride, That we have learned familiar forms street length wedding dm, elegant enrolled was 138 and the average no data err us II all. being hunt on the Image of tilt late PresidentKeiuiedy. Glory t .
to love Mrs. McLendnn, chairman,
are
will light the candles. Ronnie Well and Alton Graham torsFrom In Its simplicity. The fitted dally attendance ass It t. We In the fate of all th-w mar He oVfeated Alan Crane at the meeting presided

will serve a* usher The reception will be given by the our embracing arm. I HxiU-e and featured scalloped a portrait sleeves.neckline She- The highest day'. attendance was whom Ihnrlty,w*and hav exerrUnig no Immediate au stem who wu endorsed by Governor Mr. r.... t'lmer will b* ho,

bride' parent at the home of the bride. Mill Woodson Although with bowed and break. carried a white prayer book Wednesday with 128. The enrollments lliorlly with owe anti grace air over sit Edmund U Bran leas In July. -

1* presently employed by the Comptroller' Office In Tallahassee With Log sable heart. opied with a white, yellow- b> departments{ were: (hone for whc.n we have an 1mnvxIlHle -1-
garb and silent tread,
and Mr. Graham 1* employed by Palmer Engineering -We bear their svnaleas dust to throated orchid. Nursery31; Beginner-. tmimnslDlllty. I hope HARRisON-AUTO PARTSUSED >>
Co. The couple exchanged their Primaries$9.( Junior 31 we can all learn Hum-thing two I
consulting: and land Pert
engineers
surveyors vows beneath an arch funned by with I general officers The mission ilrmllv and prodtahi to
Tallahassee. Photo by Martin' Studio And say that they art "dead," candelabra outlined with burning offering which was received 11.11M..lth ant salvation our' CARS
They are not dead They have whlra tjitMH. OnlMimr ttw arch'bUkftUT during the week wu more tlinn throush nine i< Uiiwe
out we mart In USED PARTS for all makes
Ii&m.ento; (
$2000.
was the
mists a Gi'llIIl'II. la
our Load
we meet
Beyond her the that blind us while gladioli and white chrysanhemums Tate Rev Guy Wok pallor and contend with Uw Divine of Cart and Trucks

Into the new and larger life flanked by urn of polished expressed devoted his appreelatlnn; / ti. the G ..lne,a and aiiplre lo It. Insu.'h HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
magnolia foliage and faithful
faculty sot as tin centurion
Of And that serwwr sphere, Mrs. John 'I,. Clark, sister olhe leademhlp of (the school and especially with the native golness we lit meet man BUT JUNTO CARS
ever near us, though unseen, bride, ass matron ol honor. to Mrs I I
The dear, Immortal spirits tread Homer Chester, anti envy It Summer sihedule 1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7.7115
the
for" all the boundless universe dress She wore with a a paxtel white green embroidered orgurua school\ principal. __ __ now_ _wllh_Sunilay 0--errvirr. at
IS LUT there Is no dead.In .
bodice: and a bateau neck.! Her
( memory of Dr. Staler Arnold cpnutge was whit rosebuds
a Richardson who pawed away Thomas Whittle, brother In law
d qlh sr May 21, 1804)Hospital ol Die served best
f' groom as man. --- The of!
: 1M'Ib bride' mother chose fur sign .
Report a blue silk dress with m

,Jose ( iBTOtmh ,lens II was bone white arcvuorles.carnation Her t'IInIl'i' mmmmM+

Admissions Mrs. Eddie Cools-I A floral print dress with match-1 FASTER
by. Harry K. Lam, C M J tilhnlog actrsaoies ws* worn by Mrs.:I
son Mrs. Sarah bdwards, Mrs. Dean at her son's wedding Hrr I ,
Laveme Chlldcrs, Mrs. Bate corsage was"cI while eamallom. PLAID
Nordhaus W. L. Gilbert, Mrs. The brides paternal grudlyaI: ,I '
tlorrle Johnson, James W. hot ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Preanell.1St I I
ton, Mrs. Pearl Strom, Mrs Annie i and Uit.groom's, inialemaigrandmother SAVINGI I
.
Bell MarLean, Mrs. Belly Mrs. Nancy llarrl-: r
Cone, Mr. MaMa Dewey MJanice Iw son ol Bauibridge, Ua attended ? STAMPS
Marl Walker, Master the wedittng. e
Mikol Lee Roland, guincy; frank Immediately following the ceremony I You 91 gilt quicker, because you
Ilolweger, Billy B. King Master a reception wu given by: 'e : fill your Plaid Book rosier, When
JIm Arthur Die-key, Master til* brides parent' Mat LIla r You Concentrate your Buying at illiJUIIllUJCarraway's
Miss Betty Salter David tart llewett, Miss Sally Dulan, aunt the briil. directed _e Slgree That Give Plaid Slam peli
Joanne Boyd Mrs. Maud Moo the gumt to the receiving tine | ..,
Daniel, thattfthoorbee Mrs. Evelyn Keeping the book i Check the list ol stores below .
Mr. and Mr. Huston Salter of Milton announce the engagement ; gueet wu '
oi their daughter Betty, to Ray Byrd. con of Hulas, Miss Teresa Kay Crosse rtra. Thomas Whittle sinter of !t 1 You'll be surprised at the variety el
ter. Miss Connie Nunn Mrs Roae- the groom. Plaid Stamp MercbOBlsl
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Byrd of Gretna. Miss Salter i* a 1964 mary Robertson, Candy W. Pop The bride' table WM covered
graduate of Milton High School and a runner-up in the pet, Havana: Thomas W. Green with an oval white cutwork doth Massey Drugs
Junior Miss Contest of Santa ROM County. Mr. Byrd. 01 Mrs Ludle Chason, Mrs JJelU' and centered: by the three tiered

graduate of Quincy High School, I* presently employed Matilda faye "Keever Story,Ureensboro Muter MIchael; Mrs cake bride, and topped groom.with The a cake miniature was, FAMILY SHOE STORE 105 W. Jefferson St.

ct Santa ROM Auto Part in Milton. The wedding will Calney, William It Sanders, Mr* cut by Mrs. W P. DolAn, aunt 100 North Adam Street
be solemnized at 7 o'clock tomorrow evening June 19 at Rachel Screws, Tallahassee; Mm of the bride. Mrs. A. U ITtwII
Service
the Bible Baptist Church In Pace. All friend and relative Deondra Barber, ML Pleasant, Jr., another aunt presided at the t Ventry's 66 Station Paulk Cities
Master Carry Allen Dallun Jacksonville punch bowL
ore Invited. i 1524 W. Jefferson l( St

__ ______n__ ___ _______ __ ; Mrs. James Jlobhy.FATHER'S cmnln Serving of the were bride Miss, Mia Jan DoUn Sylvia, 513 W. Jefferson St.

Skliper| and Maw. Carol and
Bobby Jean Poylhrra Wallace Gatlin'sSTANDARD Sinclair Station
JUNE After a wedding trip to the
mountains, Mr. and Mrs. Dean SERVICE R. O. ELLIOr. Mar.
DAY will be at home at their apartment 1204 W. Jtf/tnon St. 304 W. Jefferson SL
ill I
21 gulnry.Mr at. W. Washington St.,
I
Use .Is employed by Southern
Wires, Inc. ol Qulnry and tie I '
Indispensable Summer Tradition bride Is a 1M4 gradual ol Quln-
cy High School '

The llaspcl Seersucker Sport Jacket. Bristol. Mrs. lUfll Lowe Midway '@J

'a ; C W Mllrhell, Rrandririgei -

PERFECT GIFT ; Btnuntttrtwn. GmrfiaBIRTILS Mrs.; Elrle Henrietta. Tucker,1Inbby,1 Tbnnvasvllle. li [[ i"lmm"-mE inJi"WI" ml1[[

: Mr. and Mrs. Carl
FOR DAD Strews, girl, June II Mr. and I !
!! 100 KxtraPlttld
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lZ5 srAMPS I Stallo 19c

1'a : ::.:".:-:: a 1'1 I. Sweet Red JUpe I 3 1Lb..8Oz. $1 00 S Bag Lb. 59c
Pkgs.
Seasoned Salt 25c
.. I Shortening
: Ie .0.o.raoocIGIN J 11
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"I With 25 04.tp.\wop'*"wwd STAMPS pwriuun, i4 NI _M'I G LA DS taro. 6Q C u4gfrui'' Detergent F a h
Bunch
[ II Ob rkf Vaol 114-II' *1 Large
33c
Quick Rice 39c
h 11.110.Oaupai | Giant
H,tt'm:.:_ j Prices ui the ad are good thru Sunday June 21 She 79c

All Flavors Liquid Cleaner Geonser Floor & Wall Cleaner All Flavors Sandwich Size Packets Action
Hi-C Drinks A-jax Ajax A-jax Jello Gelatin Baggies31c Bleach
1 PL 12 Ox. 14 Ox. 3 LK. 6 Ox. 3 O: Pkg. I Oz.
ZiQuiiOx.: G9c Bottle 61c Con 17c Box 83c 4 Pkgi.: 45c of 50 Box: 79c

.' Nabisco Premium Saltines Lb. Box 29c
DelMy ToilttTISSUE Kleenex Family 60 CountNAPKINS Ann Page
Choc. Fudge Sandwich 1 Lb. Bag 33c
Lay's Potato Chips 5V. Ox. Bag 39c
Pepsodent Tooth Brushes ..____ 49crtunlly I MAYONNAISEQuart
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Pepsodent White Tooth Paste __ 83c
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k GIia ei. Te.P.psodeat Stripe Tooth Paste __, 53c
' I PUlsbury Crescent Dinner Bolls_____ 31c 4 4c 4 49' 45 C
\ N.scat.Instant Coffee____ ,. SLOG Ro1L Pkqs. JarPAOlI'SGBr
100CUPUlahury Buttermilk Biscuits?, -.. --, lOc

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PRICES EFFECTIVE
every pound ofTABLERITE THURS.. FRL. SAT.
MEAT JUNE 18. 19.20
RANtEED
GSA H T A' is pound ofEATING
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> IoM PLEASURE! APPLE

JELLY 2 180s.Jars 49c



lb.'Y tJ SWEET PEAS IGA GARDEN 2 Cans 39c



ALL FLAVORS
Yevl ntvtf"Stritt; Out"whtnymi JUMBOT.bleU.MH..fromyowIGA
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Food store.Always fanmwd of $1
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mciimum rtra.fit .nd.Iu.bono for to your glv mt you tdolUr. PIES I 3 Pkgs.S .
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T.bURJt. Mats .Y

.. .... eee .."' ,d SNOWDRIFT
: MIX::MATCH LkLU SHORTENING Ca 49c

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55 ; Qt, 79c
LUNCHEON S DRY MILK Pka.

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Spiced Luncheon Bologna-
: PIckl* & Pimento -Liver Caoece : 89
COFFEE >
: TABLERITE BONELESS Irt
I ROUND STEAK lb. 79c
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4 6 Ox.Pkgi. 99c
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TABLERITE PURE LEAN FRESH
GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $1.19 oMAN o'p

' ............................, SWIFTS PREMIUM IGA 460z. 53
2
FRANKS L 39c JUICE Can.
FROSTY MORN OLD SMOKE q _
IGA PEANUT
PORK SAUSAGE lb. 59c HAWAIIAN
6' o>. 59c
BUTTER SUNNYLAND PUNCH
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SLICED BACON lb. 59c

18 o>. 39C 4!
Jar !
POUND PACKAGE
CONLY


DAIRY FOODS TABLERITE CANE SUGAR


ICE CREAM


::!:H-!.:.. : All Half Flavors GaL 49c FROZEN FOODS FLORIDA LARGE SIZE


KRAFT VELVEETA
2Lb.Pkg.. IGA BREADED RANGES
CHEESE 79c

KRAFT PARKAY 2 ifi.: 49e SHRIMPMARGARINE .


PILLSBURY CINNAMON BUTTERFLAKE MORTON'S 1 Pk Lb;.. 79C (:I..' DOZEN


CRESCENT ROLLS MEAT PIES 3 p 49c


4 c- $1.00 CRISP IGA TENDER WAFFLES p QL lOc .

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MAHATMA EXTRA FANCYWIHESAP

WATERMAID RICE 37 APPLES 2 Ik 39c
2Lb.
RICE 33c
Pit;. BATH BARSCAMAY
NBC PREMIUM SOAP 2 For 31cnoCERJDLAECHRlSPy
CRACKERS 1 Lb. 29c 2 29
PIt;. GIANT PACKAGES StaIb
MEDIUM BARS IVORY SNOW OnJr 81c
LAVA SOAP 2 For 25 UOUNCE SIZE

DREFAT'CE. LIQUID JOY Only 63 CASEY'SIGA
i Each 34t GIANT PACKAGE

22-OUNCESIZE CHEER OnJr 79c IJI W.FOODLINER.. .",,-......
LIQUID THRILL Only 63C GIANT PACKAGE AMD

DASH Each 79c WILSON'SIGA
DUZGUSSWAIIEGiani
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LARGE SIZE only 85 $ tart WoiU VM B* t
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It li poulble our Dlvltlon of
Plant Industry U on the trail cia daaflflcatlon.(
new method for detecting dl.
eaaed citrus treee. U It prove For all of thli I am glad: for
effective, It could greatly reduce now I ran refer to a.drpendn'i:,*
the amount of work heretofore all uch letter '
KING prey a* this, *
: required in grove uupection I cclved tram Mn. Vera 1.1111.1.
The new technique Involve ,
writing from \
Morganlown +t
WALL'S aerial jphotography uilng Infrared Virglnl:
\ film Preliminary teat allow that
.j a diseased tree will reglater black I. "In.your great state ot *V,- <,.
COLE how U
one to know elms
fj. and a healthy tree comet up while'
whether I Ia eon
: In the photograph. I one right or wroi
w. Indebted to Jot Mullln my middled-May visit for
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',', art f i spoke ot a leading citlten 'i
of the U. S. of
'i t \ 'I, Statlillcal Department Agri.culture's Key Heat a* being a most ...mjo
Reporting
lit:: i : SUPER MARKET Servlcti for a luioieiUun shed lary 1iatlve4>om Florldan', aced
:; this method. Dlicuulng with Hal thrl'l'lljJt1donn other Keyb n

w .. .. Janet, 11nt Industry DMilm there people were shouted no 'In'ilorldan unison a t: .inn t
acting director the pouibWU.'Iof
,' ''', ( 1G." aerial photography for tretaurveya where. AU permanent ilorlda to
\ klenti, _
they laid
were Flor-u
I Mullln mentioned recent
i' : : I urn, with accent on the ..dlyllable.
., : ROASTING ly he knew ot ean* 'Xjl'rInt'IIlalwork m
SUNNYLAND FROZEN
with Infrared tllm In plan So out of poUtennt t
along, but It'* Mull
duress detection. hadeidoc
: Jones waited time my book. But wl.ut
no following
) S. i :: I' I up the lead. A aearch of plioloeranhlo I.kneowt"Thant your answer, It you're In the
; technical work orovkkx
t 'HENS enough; Information to begin! en
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tests, although very little had been When you are In Florida
dune in : way the FlorUtUni do.
experiment prevtoutlyreported. 'Lplalton
habituation and "_
I I 'tahllanitd uaage" brought riond- I

A 4 ((3 to 4 Lb. Avq.) slows According down the to respiratory Jones, dI_*yi.em .I yean Ian Into ago.the vocabulary many

of a tree and oonaeouentlv It And wt It you chance to be
generate kola heat than i healthy landing at the cmulng of two
CHUCK: one. liecaua Infrared Um II very important thoroughfare in Talla-,
sensitive to heat the picture It n..., the sign on a bulki.ng
takes reveal a difference In color wear the (tree! ,will Inform you
i ot a diseased tree and a healthy that you are facing lit norluaa
tree. Hotel. The same deatgnai
How tar we can go In uilng this spell one of the beat-known ,10.
ROAST 39cDELMONICO technique depend on the accuracy tits In JacaaonvUl Ilorldan mo.t .
lb. with which the photograph* can are to be found to a dons
be Interpreted. Uaffer nt kinds of town on the Quit ooaat And 4
tree dlaeaae may register with'you look for a live newapaper la
varying degree ot the Marlanm ., evenhody
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However preliminary tests. are ill point you the Dally llori.
encouraging,& that they will be clan.prtf.
continued. Our purples will be
to accumulate luffldenl Alabama will
experience ntwipaper
10 we can apply the new what haa been mid by "avlattlng
STEAK lb.' 8ge teclJiiqu: .clMitiflcaily and be rlurldan" at a meeting cf
confidant the reed are reliable the Chenikee, Culumhuuui or Car
The photoKraptia lakon In current bun IUI1 (immunity nub( jut
4
", bats will record abut 40 the friendly Local lYea* In .a
.. :/ acre ot a duns ,rov.. With an Veaker'a home town will hi J.
SHOULDER ROUNDROAST 1, average of about 60 trees to the;line the itory, "Candid'*! ... ...|
acre, one picture could I Indicate Tell. AUhanuui Fact at Uu.."
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how many. dl. '" _I ion_ asked tilt ombease rtI .N
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tree* tlnwn *r* dlaeaied.If about u ci at a Mat* col.: :.
everything wwki out a* we thla and lit.t !.
Yi r : method could do "It'* the piwtlo etnak
away s
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for l Inllvldual testIng noridlan bdioditrMun. ,I
'\ ot thuuiaml of tree to a rhyme anything with:Todda ..
grove to find any that may be but with 'flortdlan'.. des. boy. ..
'. l. I :L- dWaaed.Joe through/ from anlnmerW an
otaklian Oviduct a-iit
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Mullin'. quotidian to
comment about b [ pnetmerktlan 'and
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FRESH GROUND '' r'- w: fried Cum wa a chance remark. tmni-e on to Infinity. Ala ham. rand
it remind me, however, that acne Alahamlana are still pretty
Important dlmnverle have been well dlviiled, but that'l their bus
made by JII.11'IU1nt..Vllll.. .... Indl- -.NAnd
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aim oy ChIn!' in innwinauin
; 3 $1 abet" tipenmvnui conducted In *o II gne*. The Man from
DT Ibs. another are of lixpllry. ndlana may be Intlanan or M
J. I Hcrewworm eradlivliiin I* a Imllantan, a Mlawrlaa may cuncelvably -
,. gout ...mpl.. Whim USDA tvbn- call hlnuwU' a Ulamiran.
...... ... 11.11 were Cot studying acrewwurmi and tree dtlara from AihrvUle
4.f\ sane at to 10 yean ago In or RalelKh may acraikoajly ......
their search lor a way to get rid front Carolinian to Carotltnun
: ot It, one it tlwm wan referred to and vtoe vena; but the man tram
FROSTY MORNFRANKS RIB BRISKET or .h a technical paper dearrlblnf mm ttu-.r always a Kit,.
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X-ray experiment that had pro nakian, tram Lad Had.
SHORT RIB duced ilitrlllfy In a certain liuecr. fled a Virginian and the lourut
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That was the key that uniorked from llaroegat or AlUnlla Qty M
STEAKIb. :the door to the technlinie for wip kmger a Jeneylle but a ...,.
STEW log out KTewwurm* with malt man. There mil are many tad
i lions mail startle by expneur to varied dtetlnnioni; but to fil
famma ray from CoWl-W. By let u* solemnly repeat to all ..squfrere
, the time rMeajvher had proved the Itetchstr hay |CM
their theory with Xray* the alters beater. 1he.1'IorIdanI. at IM
Alomla ,Energy QimmJaakift wu pout
3$1OO 59c prepared to provkl OIt.-Jt-to. -
4 $100 SUGARS The gamma ray It emitted did (Thl poKunn tovlte corrf
Ibs. lilt lame Job a* the X.raya. and ui pondem the .addreaaed through any
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were more practical than 1IppIIU'I.J r
X-ray equipment.

POUND BAG --:.. When a .lone gadfly wa trapprd'tOIIf1111 NOT Calhoun.III DAY Ky. An *jdie4

ROBIN HOOD / In Miami the Plant Induetry orklrgroum "borrowed" car
DMfl did scene totenlv from need Dirked *'
*detective work laatlgft brtle from a boapluU.. wb.l:
ilere what 1110=dpi ih* had dust been nleaaeil ant
A dip from Hawaii by way of drov to Oreenvtlle bg.t .mar.
F LOU R 5 lab. 49cnHFOODORD the Panama Canal docked for one rlage >tUimee. tout tcun4 the court.
Bag 'i day at Miami and went on It*:hum .. To make matter
way. Two day later. lie '""' 11I1. wore, cadet they tarn out the
an Immature male, wu found to a d>W ot poUc wu waiting tor
trap near the duck.Uoth them and arrteted the group .
PERFECTION the c-: Ion and Hawaii be IM I1InIthe w.i .
are Nested With the medfly. i
1 QrcuimUntlal evidnnrefaM Parents fruit Co.. .* wkli
I to the triple? apedmen a* argeel prarenr* ot candled tru.L
DIXIE LILY one that hatched out aboard sip ha* dedk led sew adduko to
R ICE 1 Lb. 9c ai the way to Miami u._ 1'Ient.0I1 tatiutf.bRUST _._..
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THAT NEW LOOK: AT RIUIA
What i aM be our currant ittttude .
toward the Soviet Uni Should we nnh In to bail :NKhmihchev \'r.
I him W-D out o( trouble, M ti1'1 t
; ebe) can ices
he lor someone II
Brand Beef on that corrupt system in lorcr I Iwm.d r
t'Serve' r Only the top grades of U S. It present better pI'OIipfo"ito
Father's Day Government graded beef wear let Ail regime UU o( lu o. .,
t
-' weight InIop't/ that reforms at I
ff the W-D shield. Placed in ternprature chances might be wrought i'

OOD It>A ,# _. q controlled coolers, W-D eventually t collapM would bring
0.ES
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STO : ; d ., chingee (or the better then ft
beef Is
aged to the very peak lisps the moral thing to do Wt'II.rt
..-...,... ..... lill14ililfi n .ii i l. : + of tender, flavorful goodness he to allow the regime to |a.1.
by nature's own while During the prnent thaw, how n.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ( process er, rumor i nai it that Mr K.
PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 20TH : : shll fresh would be highly, pleaded to hall
a big loan and guaranteed crediu
INN w>n STOHIS, tot corrm.iri I.M
from the U. S.
50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH SA. BRAND BRICK This rams an ippropriale time
for our people to be told nut oniy'
Pork Sausage Lb,59tSO BEEF SALE that the Cbmmunlat regime Ii a
GREEN allure but that the U. & govern
EXTRA STAMPS WITH CHOPPED, SHAPED ment baa no tnlerwt In preierv-
srAMPS ing in power (nor in imitating) a
Cube Steaks 3 1"JS ) dictalonhlp that holds millloni of(
OVEN READY EASY CARVE RIB political prisoner, that prop_
EXTRA STAMPS with Sunnyland\ Spiced SIlted N to conquer the world, and that

Luncheon [Meat ft?:: 59' Roast. la. 69x revolution promotes riot everywhere and bloodshed It can. This and

REG 39< GRADE "A" FROZEN 4 TO 6 LBS. W-D LARGE ,REG. t,59 DEL MONICO Is where a Marxist would replace regime that freedom every of

Peeled & Deveined P. & D. 98x action make every with man state a decisions pawn to tome and

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Roast.39
/ see ahead has been revealed ooculonally

IVi Lb. Pkg. $1.99 Country Ham 69* LEAN. MEATY SMALL BEEF SHORT not ally,all U.of S.whom by Communist American are Reds.Party planners Nature olfl.,

dale have spoken freely i the
50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH HORMEL CANNED Ribs 33/ future in stare tor this nation, but
1t(1( 0 .
< SUNNYLAND FRESH they have had plenty el help from

Pork 100 EXTRA various persuaders who ride the
STAMPS WITH W-D GROUND
Sausage. Lb.39'
Picnics. 3 llN T fringes at liberal politics, ready
LLL 5 9SCD. to start the revolution at the very
Beef 5 PKG. 1 earliest opportunity. Mr. Khrushchev .
has said: 'We shall never
forego our Ideological principles.
We are fitting and will light
implacably for Marxist Leninist
Ideology, for the triumph ol the
lofty Ideals of communist" H.
Regular $695 Value YELLOW SOLIDS Limit 2 with $5. order or more has some determined helpers on
these shores.

1I(1( 1"< LOAF DIXIE Butttrmllh SamsoniteFolding A group of liberal eggheads

Bread 2 DARLING 33' o 0 I 1'0 President recently sent Johnson a memorandum projecting their to

Lye. Chair r eo LB. F. Ideas society about ahead,the with new its automated non woken

REG 3,< DIXIE DARLING POUND and Its state planners. Among
the signers airs R Stuart Hughes,
Harvard professor o( history,

Cake 13-OLPKC1 29; $199 FROZEN FOOD Gunnar, and Myrdal Gerald, Swedlah Plel, publisher economist

ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDAOrange of Scientific American. The memorandum -
halted an economy ol
.. abundance which would replace'
50 EilriiW/:Green JUDM JUICE 5 cap= 1. the economy ot scarcity It thinks
we have had up to now, proposing
wmf.THlI OOU.OeI AND PURCHAX 0* that
peoples views toward
ONI MOWARO JOHNSON ........ WITH $15. WORTH OF IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN POTATOESFrench and toward money would be work rad
Coconut Cake W.D REGISTER TAPES. 2.Lb Icily altered. The 'present economic
Fries 3 S1 system, in other words,
... .
.T".lJu". SOT SAMSONITE FOLDING Bog would have to be finked.E'ttreongdud .
AT ANY WINN-DIXII
1 .k. MINUTE MAID FROZENLemonade Oill
Table I EACH 5399 Junked in favor of what Who
6-Or. will control and pay for an econo.
9 99
.x I I WITH $25. WORTH OF W-D Cons ; my are of turned abundance out whose products
largely
by machines'
CASH REGISTER TAPES
MSOExtrt; rtrGreet taps The government Why, should the government.take O\'pr.
t! WITH;'miSCOUKH AND PUKHASI OfnoICAMA leriod The proposal therefore
TN.n P.N. _.. r urns out to be a plan for coluuvism -
I. : a government do-all piojectlon -
Fruit Bars
_
t that resembles the sc i>t
.. TUMI JUNI I cmArANV 7 system In everything by name.
WINN- 1X1/ 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH The crisis that lures those .v
,,2 ty c l alt to such a government takeover .
It merely the prospect ol snmcreaiing
-CT. PKG. SI i '. unemployment rale.
/ What a dismaying lack ot faith In
our' own patterns of freedom!
tJL. "
50 ExtrI1.JCGreu Staps' CHEK REG. OR LOW CALORIE Contrary to these dire predlo
ton*, automation may bring more
wmt 1MIS CXUQtot N1D P\IIIOiAI rI Jobs instead of 1'Wer. But th.
n.. ...... _'"UI' Soft f Drinks 15 12-01. $1 joint is that anything that 100...

Chopped Steaks Cans FRESH CRISP HEADS LARGE HEADS native ike crisis socialists Is enough off on to a binge..lour to

Nee ''' J.N Imitate the Soviets. They mint
AT ANY WIHN-DIXII SAVE Si EACH THRIFTY MAIDModess..a Lettuce 2 HEADS 29 hav. massive public works, more
g public housing big public power,

Sauce 2 303 25' and Where billions the billions of federal would spent cons

I- ;r Apple from they do not sty. But their
' Blueberries I PT 39/ position It that when we lass
crisis
I (manufactured or not) the
: 50 Extraa.NGreHSbIlDl SAVE S%, EACH CHICKEN OF THE SEA government must act and provide
WITH mss COlICt4 AHO ova I' FRESH LARGE JUICY PERSIAN the remedy The real! trims It one
.. ,.... .. ., they art unable to
"' eMlf TA.Ta O' A No. 1S see the Amer
Tuna 3 89 Iran Way o( We |t. In danger
Fish Slicks Cans > Limes. IDOL 2 91 because of this brand of tIIInkIni.'nwt .
.
_Ma TN.Y uN.aOrN . .
11I_. -,
AT ANY WINN- IXII YELLOW Tills kind of economic
SAVE lOt DEEP SOUTH planning
wing political dictatorship, aim-
_!_ ply because it take
Onions 3- 29 away the
. . . . Mayonnaise QT. 39 G std freedom the freedom of Individual dedikit
1Ji of the market
..-, I::.'. FRESH LARGE RIPEPineapple Whit can deny that our economic
so rtrAd" G reel Blimps system II IUpI't'Inr to thai of R_
I SAVE 6H- EACH. THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE or WH. KERNAL dot II hu prad.s'ed for III living
WITH Tests COUPON AND PUIICHASI 01' I 3'* 1. .' "*!'* the whole. world mate..
0001 heir PAP, C..C.tN' .000 Abunrllrq .Is a deity phpnnmenon.

Potato or Dip Chips Golden I C oro. -10'1 'Iow kJoaoard tin the we 0"nmun'brNVne 11IIII'I' .trtendfy.. even

Nee T.w uN. aOTN J-.u"-;.+ think of Imitating their falhurs
r AT ANY WINN-DfXII aM mistake.. It is beywd corn.Is .
I dx ommunist land
ggod
JMJllllhIJII the
b same wl antl.frtedqq
i Marxist ". that th, haMuwayi
been for the put 41 years.
.u..; J-x-. ..Ana now sorts of our would-
50 >;trN' SblD.s atatNnlN are asking that
America warm 'p to favM Com-
Wt'TW 'nItS COUPON / +ASr I' p r ?**"*: 11I'1 must
; ';+ End me
.tbworIt never to be so losush.
$100 Worth ; brca.? ** "Wm tWr
; from the consequences.
_,..u J.... Each I

AT ANY yntOugrt summer hstrucOon more than tai 1.100 good

fceestiy practlcet and enjoy ..t.
door retmtton
at Inrnt ramps
fPI"IOI'ed by the Saul'
.:.. .. PLUS s* WHITE ARROWDETERGENT NUSIURY'S SOFT.WIYI rOlGER'S = ASTOR PlpIr ncta pulp and

Extrsd '6rKe s BEST FLOUR = TISSUE e COFFEE COFFEE Dghty: per cent of the 25 S
wNh N e mullet L ?bed, pulpwood
., D.oo.lANT.. Save tic Giant Box Savt 6< 5-Lb. Bog Save 6< Twin Pock =j Save He 1-Lb. Con : Save Uf 1-Lb. Con aenueJy by the South pulp bought alld

-6i Bafferin i ,.poor e*>u\sM4 Iabtry httdv II purhNd. hahrl
re 'J
TN11Y .M.a.. 0 49GuorantMd 19 1 69 59 Southern atsln.

A-ANY WINN-DIXit II ; ; j .; I I South Pulp have and a oNt total III.III I in the

Comport Quoltty and Price : by Good Houwtwpk. i LIINt 2.itI\ $5.00.rd.r If ewe { The Mountain Grown Coffre { Cowpen Qu.tiT.d Price more. this MOW bon nanau ot pI&Jf at.
da, *"*" kto all states *
.r. i Pulping '*'' with >$ cert
of Ac Soutt t total )'k r raakt

== and="by dreyrtai fa+ttaoa, A1
s

COmE au" DUARD
Two
?E I-- polknweilf
pacw d front el a cite
i tog* their aoomlnt coflee w*.n
=r a SAM IM eul wttk .
.w-
...... .. s.m, .
b.ldne m
III .. no

315 West Jefferson Sheet run IIIrtd st6.+a1. "die p.wtie< lobber see afttr.sin

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!ItUwUtt( William Cantrv Lamar Nr.W METALS FOR SPACE!:
Lester, San Shaw, Beatrice <,"'t, ,
Qlr. Bits And Lin ie! Shelter, Vt'.errs l'""i, Mai I ,kit <:'Mlc :Uborativies have w# I
caret Curry, Au.i> [tan loon. Ulfi.ipeci' I <,>icrai new 'metals" I
[halo) Munroe, May 'NiUlh al.! ',IUl r.I tinpai age recently :The is ,
. Pieces ,Par, Al Wilson, H. K. bhaw, -- I llat t u a plastic which started
I
Euvene Price. Eula ttinscy, Irene svi./ e xt as a liquid and when II I*
If WeoMes Dorri Skipper, Maud Il ,hardened can stand heat to In 900
I HUfr"I I I Slappey: Janie Umwry, Eli I 1 Idciiree: *. They are aim ItJeM and: I
sees Ebbs May Quarterman and May, (will not 001x11111 eleotrlrtty

Saw a couple of headline In a Gregory In an account of the,
of tally arcirtaoon,,.-.on. ot county court Juno Bap- | Why is It thai sew nixUflate
IAat.. 1ItWIP day-pet!.... week. One said that,'lust was found guilty of selling an tell the truth about their op- I
one !Hr '
ta? had bestowed upon the whiskey Qiuncy'i one end puncnlsrimir I
\ Cbngre members (thereof a little 17.500 i only Ore I iick was sent to Tallahassee / I .
hwt riles In pay- Just ICI'06Ii to help fight a tire threatening people are very cautious
sap {the year Wit another let It be known i the business dittnct It was I &e about paying bill. I
OpUs 8,000 U. 5. Airmen were a blrry-up call and the truck
that relkt In thus land o( plenty! took only! one hour and thirty In spit of the adage, buniivew
on push by minutes to nuke the trip Imagine r f N and pleasure usually mix.
M'1ut1 and that big poverty
President Johmwm U lab t docsnt that! A reporter on me ,
Ifmg make "" 11M'. They cant I pay a I I Tampa Time witnesses daily battles Make people laugh and they
G. I. enoush to live on (Ii knowbecause between catfish and a duck. will pay you money for your efrorta. -
et.ud. I've been there i but they,lie was advised to chance brand .
-- -
; cnraiaetbiipayolMoI\ 1\hat
ilL 1 consider overpaid puhlic SERVANTS Charley Johnson
The of
n. without a bit ot trouble nume many parrotflxhe
*. like those at the Miami
I .
1\ And another thing .avtnever
rte known a member ot Con. Succumbs Here Seaquarlum, will give you aloneIdea
leave there with less than I of their colors: emerald
Ills area in item, radiant !red' rainbow,' In Florida.
purpIP
be started with. Charley Mack Johnson, 55, of ribbon and mud. .
ae I Quincy, died Saturday al theUadwlcn h llil
Had a note from Helen Spitz County Hospital after a '
.ray a dill week Hating that the enjoyedmy short Illness. at 54 The Florida Natural das Amn at beer is natural
column last week. I'm glad Born In Decatur County, Ga., says that gaa air condHlonlng In a picnic, a

en.tv. and thanks a lot. I Mr. Johnson moved to Quinry 10 Southern Nitrogen's met chemical complex will be built on 13 acre site!( shown at top rlorklai ttx'rrejwd' over 4S2 per

tv.of With the two' primary elections years ago.by the He Budd was formerly Cigar Com employed of photo. Below, U the Georgia Ports Authority's Inland barge terminal located on cent In In total the mimher tonnage ot and eustomersduring 117 percent When you're relaxing' your favorite outJ\xir beauty spot with'

fresh In my mind and all the I pany here. Mr. Johnson was a the Flint River at Bainbridge.A the past three years. friends or family,sod your thins v.netted by fresh sir end exer.tinethat's '.
.es claii-j of Irrpgulantlet I couldn't member of the Jesus Christ of ; the ideal tune fur cool, refreshing: gin of beer la

tat net help but get a kirk out ol an the Latter Day Saint Church In WOODEN KIO'KEL BKKd IN: NITER SYSTEM 11KB ttU','" 0\ HKR: feat von can mute your recrestion-iwlmniiiig, hiking, or just
account' of the election held In the, Quincy I I At Tommy Rartlett'lRaiKh flier v.itching TV-inJ chance art nothing In the world tin it quit
us county on August 12, 1902 aj Funeral services were conductedat Monroe, Wise. To help the I Tuned, AriL When citizen 1'h00000hcn, While en I at Silver Spring over :200 u w ell al beer
ryof corded In the Gadsden 1'1-1 3 o'clock Monday afternoon In coin shortage, the town bank Issued complained of drowned bees route to a fit,, fin. man Howard deer from all part at the world
Times. the Quincy church with Elder I'IOOdrn'K'f'llt piece after emerging from faucets In their McMIUIan radioed the Ire department eat trmt the hands of visitor I Your familiar glass of beer is aim a plesntrible reminder' that
ndM The Democratic Executive Committee Marco Clark, Elder David Cand- merchant' agreed to accept "home, the dry cloned three wells The attraction also feature a "*t live in a land of personal freedom-in that our right to enjoy
met at the Court House In land and Elder Van Smith officiating. hem. The bank redeem the'coins" In the city. The city had to do 'i to report his fire tnik jungle walk and animal nursery. beer and lie, if we so desire,is just one,but an Important ClOt, of,
a.hi Quincy at 11 a.m. Wednesday Interment was In the Mt "' In cash at any time and thorough' ( clean-up Job after the I caught lire. The tnick WIll I I those penonsl freednni
August 11 for the purpose of I Pleasant Cemetery in Decatur he folks like the wooden nickels Insects had swarmed on a pump I equipped with S noo f'ln' hone to ShoGun Territory near Oral*.
making a .",aRI of the election County, Ga.Survivors. except that they are the size ot motor and hundreds' of them had' handle a MB fln> Nit did not have feature the ivproductiin of an In Florida...brtt with fun.'with relaxation
Include three sisters, small equlimniit to nut the goes
nut old western town with
its held the day before. A telegramwas poker chips and will not fit In ,gotten Into the wells. complete
read from E. A. Crawford of Mrs. Beatrice Rudd and! Mrs. parking meters.Sneaking blaze on tinim' ,'"fc I ittimed, by an| bank Mliln'rics, shootils and @ UNmO" IT ATM BREWERS ASSOOAHON; INC
awn. Myrtle Henderson, both of Quincy I electric. short--mtii' ( VVllow 'can-can' girt*.
them the vote ol po. sen vi warn puss noauA
Midway, giving Mrs. Murllne Dollar, Climax' II I The 19lh annual Pan American men came to nil rein and _
rr.a. the ruth Precinct. It stated belated that Ga.; one brother, Lucius Johnson of life' little affliction Hotel at Restaurant Exposition out his blade and the n..I' No prulileni tt life ha eve I
a.he Mr. Crawford with the was ballot on a box and Balnbndge, Ga. several have you ever walked far In will be staged at the convention Maze which WAS' aim caused been solved by doilglng fact and
err asked train for a short delay In the nieces and nephews and pat1IIt'C.'N .a pair of tight shoes? hall In MlamlleAlil. Oct. 12-14. shnrt-drciiit running away from the truth. .
and nephew. -- -- ---
(It rough getting
enhe meeting. eau
Serving a* pallbearers wen Roy
from Midway to Quincy In tIIOIeda'l.
Davis Paul Brock Riley Day,
There suggestionsand
) were
dyry Hubert Bullock Frauds Rich and
complaints of "unfair-new and David Rich. DANLEY'S and KROEHLER COMBINE TO MANY OTHER
..her fraud In thu voting In No. 1 precinct The Cox .'\Jf1'rallb1Ie In Bam-I BRING YOU THESE SPECIALS

er.a allegations being made that bridge was' In charge of arrange'':
minors and unnatur-

htat mitted Mined republicans! foreigners to vote, In had that been precinct per, ments. ,I SUITES AND SOFAS TO CHOOSE FROM! SPECIAL PRICES ON LARGER GROUPS!

114Ie and Mr. Inman moved that the Graveside Rites
canvas of the vote be deferred I t
e1.s. until Saturday." The motion was for Mrs. Edwards
rejected' and the canvass ot the i
Y ,t
fit ll
.
, vote was proceeded with and completed
I. with the following results: Graveside service for Mrs.
tot5 for Railroad Commissioner, Jefferson I Sarah Nix Edwards, 75, of Gretna l This! .wiling makes
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B. Browne, 882; and Henry were conducted at S o'clock Fri t
"d E. Day, 77. For Senator 6th day afternoon, June 12 i.lt Mt :1 !' itnuSWectihnlet'J
District Thomas M. Scott, 549; Zion Cemetery with Rev.
and Mortimer Bates, 400. Thomas E. Cuttlno officiating.Mr I '
s'y Another Item In the 11102 Edwards, who was a native I 'i. a Sweeter
Times was critical of the Florida of Georgia passed away at Q'
r Supreme Court Judges. 1:45: Thursday afternoon June /
Their work consist principally 11 In the Gadsden County Hospital. I
of.loafing and sleeping. The taxpayers She was a member of the I KRDEHLER G
Y
l Mt. Zion
Baptist Church.
Florida have enough '
.. sleepers of In Tallahassee/ alreadyat Survivors Include her husband ''I .W2 3i .. tt Sofa and Chair
Barney Edwards of Gretna anda
}3. OO per annum, without '
t adding to the number." Our SUopreme brother, General Nix of Bruno IOTH FOR ONIY
K court Judge are, according son Ga. 1MTe i '
V i
to the records, the laziest let The J. B. Adams Funeral h ol public official In the Union. wa In charge of arrangement v+ :

They get down to their offices 159
about ten o'clock In the morning: W.-De Sales Up
and smoke a cigar to quiet their r '
nerves. Then take a lunch at one Over \ 1 A
o'clock for their' stomach's sake. May 63 + { !Here modern luxury In superb style that
0s They then-Indulge In an hour's social I $ .++ make a home as beautiful and comfortable
conversation to aid digestion! Jacksonville Fla. An Increase d as U should be. Smart !:r.rtrl'd. -::,
and then they adjourn and get to of 4 III per cent In sale I t, rA, 0' + bullon-tufUd lawsim bark -
their respective home completely wa recorded by W ion.Dude I e ,,,, W Ing throughout full-cotl steel, spring seatennitructknn
fagged out because of the toil Store' Inc., for the 4-week period I '..eew k ,. with spring edge Zippered seal
. and labors of the day U Its ended May 10 compared with the cushions. The fsbrir. are InngUitlng, rich*
member were to undergo the corresponding IBM. as's M-, looking nylons, rerferausMi Tested fer
fatigue In a year' that the ordinary Sale for tks rypePhid totaled quality by KroehUr
t basebailist endures' In an hour the S 8.82'H compared with SU.. t
'. gang would die with heart failure 475,843 year ago, an Increase 1 h
Vote the amendment down." of (3,117,031. ''
There was an amendment afoot An Increase was also noted In I
m .t that time to Increase the sue the 48-week period\ which,ended, 1 ,' sisiser'
of t the courtFourteen May 30. Sales reached BOIJi7,. Conrrnlcnl
, Ill as compared with the 1(113
yean' later: total of $788.428.287, an Increased : Terms
L. M. Undwy and Co. ran a W9.87S.B24 or 4.SO per cent. ,
halt page ad featuring 1.50 graue Wlrin-Dixd. now operate 1211 t1irt '
1 : 1I We Finance
e Arrow shirts for $1.10 and WalkOver retail unit and fight wholesale t t
s shoes, the (9.00 grille fora units throughout the South compared "' AH of Ourjtori
r total of $3.80 .A personal with BOB retail and eight "'
n item: "A party of Quincy spurts, wholesale units a year ago.' I ArcouoU
t consisting of Messrs. Wm. M. :
. Corry, VY. L. MacUowan Professor '
_
Ig. Gardner and C H. Curry ___ .
left lor Albany, Ga., lilt Wednesday prJOllal'I1'rce .
to take In "The Birth of a

A p Nation," and some of the party" the ,cofn that will ,,
. have never shown up' since. '
William IU and sister
That was some picture. I would Mama of Greenville. S. C are never go out of "style
aA like to see It again dammed ad: visiting their grandparents Mr.'
. "Bargain for quick sale. Hup., and Mrs. Pierce Williams who
mobile touring car; in good condition met them and their parent In Your choir of rich, colorful I fnlirira C l
1329. dress ,
; Apply or j
weekend.The .
r Mann, Ca. during the
the Tunes s dred Pennsylvania brewers have children returned to Quincy to you ran long; upon |> < F
spend several weeks. a '
been Indicted for political activity. Mr. and M.... Allan Bnstick There's a feeling of permanence end solid value "' as.rr; I. '
d Wouldn't be many loUis left and son Allan have returned from .. Kroehler' has built year of comfort Into this ,. W1-5
U all guilty of political activity Atlanta where they visited several sofa and chair with scientifically dried hardwood I
. were hung Some of those on nays with Mr. and Mrs. Harold frames, full coll' spring seal (ronitruction sipperedfoam
t the honor roll of the Quincy Euaman and daughter Jane n' cushions that won't loot their tailored look,
'. school were: John Clayton Ilinon. mule from Sewanee, Tenn., where gently flaring arm and biscuit-tufted: bark will ,+
Willard Lulen. J. t: Shelter, Allan graduated from the University and many other good! eonntrurt Im-hniques. The
Lester Woodberjr, Margaret liendrtcks. ot South. Moss Sada Bos- always be fashionable. Among tile many lovely
t San Collins Emory tick the. Stuart Burttck fabric available, you're pretty acre' to find ewe I tz
Fletcher Wiggins. Wilfred Cbbey, that will complement We S'C ..
attended the graduation and returned yourion.deroeatunplan. s+ J -
.
'. Freddie Mordhau. Rachel BMurghard. directly to Q< think yai U appreciate furniture. 7 V
t Ines Bush, Mabel Conrad. Captain and Mrs Ben rrnnklln'and
s Elizabeth Guy, Gladys Gregory' children of Orlando have S
. Agnes Mach Elizabeth Thomaa'i been visiting her parent, Mr. 4lcQ:
. Lillian Woudwari William
and Mrs. miser and
I II
I II Ie If Ih Ii I Bessie Munroe, Edgar ,Hawkins' time at the Williams

I Erin Conrad Elate_Mclntah. Las_ Panama dry Beach cottage be-
; tore going to Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Rued spent
Insurcmce Center the weekend with bit brother and the sleeper llmt mikes
i sister la law, Mr. and Mrs fred
1121 West Jtiferson Bush and family m UurH. Mia the IwiInMull
. I Dr. and Mrs. Rumen W>' we cxtrnKHOEIILEK
Jr. and cMldren arrived Saturday >
PAT THOMAS for a visit slip his pa
Dr. Wallace hair returned toChaiVstnei \ SLEEP or IXUIS'CE
; I INSURANCE. 1Ne.o but M* family remained
e fnr a longer vtaft 1
h Mr. and Mr Raymond USD _
Mrs. James Kelly. J. Q. Kelly aium M j cea.e.e.y riles r'at' .eq
James Ray attenrtnl the reMnt f Ievse ..... ....... leak.IM .
f of the Kelly family IS Madtan. .t'" ..... S199Luzurlouj
Sunday.Mr. F LIMri = ?
and Mr*. lUreM Bevt MiMrs. i S
J. Q. Kelly are s* hew Or-

1t 1r t tI I One Stop Means I HUM.I Mrs.. An Jars ncnty spent a I SIetp<
Complete Serrkt (he weekend with her swteM comfort. New feature permit truer sofa appearance and standard

Mr. and Mrs Robert Cur*. ;;S er I S bed height when opened The mattress doesn't "bug" UM floor.

DIAL 627.7151 \\ Ftopt Me hurry ftreoghoM r BleeHr-Lounr ire available In a wide choice of luscious fabrics

QUINCY :jtits hte meet drat that aWl and Check all the feature and se. why BleeporLounjebj

. I learUer._ __ ._ .w oehkrplaatkaI; the world's best sofa be .

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NFA ConventionHeld Conference Set Services Held for Last Rites Held 1 Youth Day Is. I Dedication Set 4-H Club News


At A&M At St. JamesThe I Nathan WatsonFuneral For C. L Fisher Held At BethelThe At ElizabethThe 4-H their dub Annual boys are Camp remindedthat will beheld NOAH Nu SKUL

Three memben from the Qulney I Third Quarterly Conferencefor services for Nathan Chapel service for Charlie Lee Youth Department at Bethel dedicatory service of the June 29- July 4. 1964. Camp Ao ebuwasNAWI
"A" NFA Chapter attended the year will be held Friday Watson was conducted from St. fisher were conducted from,Baptist Church, Chattahoorhee new educational building, First Doe Lake, In the Ocala National 4' a auwier.ae,
Thirty-Sixth Annual Convent- evening 130pm.: with Rev. A. N. John A.M.E. Church Friday, Slmmsjackson Funeral Home, presented a Children's Day Program Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Forest will be the site of camp. ..MrN6.ii .
ton, Florida Association New Hunter, minister In charge Heirgpt June 12, 3:30: pm. He died as the Sunday, June 14., 3 p.m. He died on Sunday, June 14, at Church, will be held, Sunday June All 4-H Club boys should have dl
Farmers of America and Leadership that each chairman I ol aunt results of an accident, a report following a brief Illness at the 1 21. U ant received letters Informing them of
Training Conference held blades come prepared to makea which is given In another sectionof \ Gadsden County Memorial Hospital The speaker for the occasion The program Is Incomplete at Camp and the various activities I
at Florida A and M University, written report this issue of the Time. June 12. was Miss Dolores Mashbum, a press time, but everyone Is In- If you have not received communication
Tallahassee, Florida, June 7-10, Sunday school with Superintendent The native Floridian resided The deceased a native of Gad- student at Florida A & M. The vited. to attend. and desire to attend,
21164.: Betsys Alexander and Joseph near St John Community, northof aden County, resided with mem- speaker discussed In her messagethe The dedicatory sermon will be please contact the office of Agricultural -
I>l'legaft'lfrom approximately Long Sr., In charge will commence QuIncy, and Is well \known In I ben of his family In QuIncy, attended three main steps In the preparation deliver by the Rev. Raymond Extension Service, R. H. .
attended theconvention. 9:30: a.m. All teacher and that The services was the public schools of the of children In order that Juniors, pastor. Stephens, Assistant County Agent veD
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82 of the 64 chapters 1 pupils are urged to-attend and well attended members of the community and was well known they will be able to meet the The Educational; Building Is an by phone or In person.
.Anderson was elected\ rep.t on tune family and friends The Rev. H. by the younger set A short program needs of a challenging societywhich \ addition to the church main auditorium Agent Stephens urges that each EAR F4CANlou -
Richard they an about to be confronted club member mall immediately b1+R tueowaBu ,
for the 1964- The morning worship service Ford pastor In charge delivered [ preceded the eulogy. Mem- and cost about C5.000. PAY
85 Elate In secretary addition to this year, Richard will begin at U a.m. Muitlc will the eulogy. A short program ben of his immediate family and with. She said that "It The building 1s in keeping with the reply card. .La* c UARTCR-LY ;
in the talent contest be furnished by the senior choir. preceded the eulogy. friends attended the ecrivce. is up to you the children of today the time and growth of the church * participated to make the drastic decisions N.C
and won first place on the district Usher board one will serve Those surviving Includes; Mrs. The survivors are: Robert Fish of the future; It is up to membership It also provide space Wife Preserver l1JT1 ,
er Sr., father, Mrs Sadie Fisher! for the general educational
level April 17, 1964 at NorthsldeHigh throughout the day. fIDM.n'! wife Mrs Ertha mi' to prove to the world what pro- MOAN-lie AtoMAro
: mother, Misses Barbara Ann, graitl The DEAR
educational building
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will deliver the
Elder
School, Havana, Florida. Sykci daughter, Misses
he Negro has done regardless of A T1 AFFIGtuser
Edna, Lento and Eloise Fisher, lends well with the UICts
This entitled him to participate on morning and evening messages. Leslie Callle M. Nell, Alice and 244 modern
the yean of slavery; It isup you /wt6T t 4T
listers. Robert E.!: and Lee and
Johnny buildings contains
four classrooms
I Stewardess board one will be Lee
the state level at the State NFA Rosa Watson daughters Mn to you to be prepared, but TARN FROM
Convention. As a result ot the entertained by Rev. and Mrs. A. Alice Tuner, mother, Henry, fishers brothers. Interment was you must have God in whatever a pastor study, ladles 0 FOR I'? 'I'5 RCt7 2'Feu
contest he won 2nd place on the I If Hunter at home, 4 pm., Mn. Jimmie, Nathan Watson, Jr. made In Springfield/ cometery you do, for without God you can lounge, baptism pool and a assem ORGN ( WAI.aoRfWMMAUS
state level. Coro Alexander, chairman.The and Author Watson, sons. Mrs. Gretna. Simms Jackson do nothing." VauN.tlat .

Preston Harden, Jr., and John A.C.E. League with Pre- Essie Watson Williams, Miss funeral Home In charge Other participants on the pro- Congratulations to the are, officers being and extended ,,,,.""'. m.rR
D. Roberts, Jr., won first place Went, Joseph Long Jr., will commence Pearl Watson and Miss T. Watson iI'8IIwere Harry L. Williams, pastor
members for their ton
in the horseshoe pitching con S p.m. Sunday. All youth sters. Llnnle Lee Nelson, brother Services Held for Deborah McLsin, Emma S. Rog building the much needed slghtnessn facilities.
01 the church are urged to atte Interment was held in the era, Harriet Williams Thawanna
test.The NKA memben wen accompanied end. The weekly calander If at St. John Cemetery. Slmms-Jack Mrs. Johnson Barker, Gall Jackson, Nita Quar- An invitation is extended to
to the convention by follows: Evening service, 8:30: p. son Funeral Home in charge lerman, Cynthia Williams, Pamela the public to attend. II I I1l1 Apse, lid entakwr to -te the
Mr. P. E. Woodberry, Adviser m. Official board meets, Tuesday Dlelller Quarterman, Shir I Inild.of e cl...t des rrM*... i
lor the Quincy "A11 NFA Chapter. 1 pm. Prayer meeting, Wednes- Fathers Day Funeral Johnson services: Mn. Bertha Joyce Quarterman .gs for punts."Now Smoker Says
By Preaton Hardon, Jr., report day, 8:30: p.m. Junior choir rehearsal Hall conducted Betty Jackfon, Betty Martin Lan s sous t-'R IP''''
30 senior choir from Mount Zlon Primitive Baptist nee M. Wesley and Betty J. .
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er : p- m. LETS 5TRItCE OUT
rehearsal, T p.m. Thursday At St. James Church, Sunday, June 14. Rev. Green. The Junior Choir, under LAFF-A-DAY I
Jeremiah Gee, minister In charge. the direction of Mn. M. Montgomery .,r FOREST FIRES! ,
Choir Union To The deceased died at the Gadsden
Fathers observation will beheld was in charge of the
Day
Dodgers WhipDonalsonville County Hospital, following an extended mimic. ,t r pt'ALtaAIME
Convene Sunday with a special program by Illness She Is a native of Remarks were given by Jacque ,
I the men of St. James A. M. E. Jadsden County, lived for a number Parker. He Is a 1964 graduate ot
Choir Union Number Three will Church. Chairman of the program of yean In the ShaWl Addit Florida Memorial College U St.
be held at the St Hebron AM.E.Church The Quincy Dodgers rallied committee Julius Davis, ion. Several years ago she join- Augustine. 6-
the third Sunday June 14 through the fifth and ninth InnIngs announces that Prof. Freddie L. ed Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist The sponsors of this program
at 3:00: p.m. The public Is cordially Sunday to bury DonaldsonUle Andrews principal of Springfield Church where she worked on were Miss Ida M. Williams and
Invited to attend this Union Indiana, 2S-9. The Dodgers Elementary School, Gauze and several auxiliaries. She was also Mrs. Martha Montgomery
and enjoy an afternoon of Insprlt- attack was lead by Johnny "Tug" Prof. Witt A. Campbell principalof a member of the Good Shepherd .1V1U4t
lanai singing The Union was a Simmons, who went five for sixat Stevens Elementary School,'organization. Observations were I
great success on lost month when bat, and had five RBI'. QuIncy will be the speakers for made by representative of the Hospital Report
ft was held at St. Matthews Primitive Simmons also had a 400 feet,the morning and evening services order Admissions-June 9 through June
Baptist Church The public homer, with none on. respectively.! The survivors are: Kent John- U (Dates Inclusive) J
U !urged to attend and enjoy this Raflcld Ellas ace hurler picked -I Mr. Andrews Is a native of son, husband. Ray, Samuel Benjamin Lynette .Walker, Evelyn Brad- 7t t
choir union each third Sunday up victory number eight. He li Gadaden County, attended elementary James and Charles Will- ley, Soloman Jackson, Carrie Lee don't you get all burnt "If you ask mt hs'i losin* .r L, S'itn
This choir union has been head classed as one of the league schools of Polk and Gad ams, Sons Mrs. Dorothy Lee, Stewart Cyrus Lee Kenton charlie up tool1 his nerve." Carefal campers bat 1000%
ed by Mr. John Hawkins since last leading hurleri. den County, completed his high daughter, M.. Maggie Chandler, Lee Fisher Mollle Daniels,
year and has played a major role Other preformen for the Dod- school training at Pine Park High Mn. Mary Bradwell, sisters. Dan- Bertha Holloman, Minnie Lee
In creating and maintaining a gem; Include J. Johnson, 4-8, T Havana, attended and received el Hall, brother. Interment was Johnson Laura Caldwell, Abraham
Christian atmosphere among Kennon 4 for 6, Anderson, 3 for his BS and Master degree from conducted in the Smith c Marshall, Martha Milton, "S
churches In Gadmlen County The 5, T. Thomas, 2 for 2, If: Head, Florida A and M University. He Slmms-Jackson Funeral Home; Michael Merritt Madelyn Martin
Union had one choir to withdraw, 2 for 4, li Murry, S for S. II a member of Sliver StarLodge charge Quincy; Julia Mae Bell Hattie "r! .:
Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist, but IL Murry a new comer to the 61. Mr Andrews worked Hampton Gary Norris, Lee a
was quickly replaced by another, Dodgers staff showed great promise for the Board of Public Instruct- Baby Contest Andrew Johnson, Dororthy Harrison :
St. James A,ME. The twelve at second base Allen "Bo- Ion in Suwanee County before accepting Havana, James Smith, Mt ,
choirs now participating In the' Jo" old reliable for the Dodgers a slmlllar position In Winner Named Pleasent; OWe Mae Johnson, Mid'
union are as follows: St. Hebron he made a bad throw look easy iadsden- way; Riley Ckiffln, Tallahessee\ ; I
A.M.E., St Stewart Temple AM.E. Ezra Dlxkm, old reliable relelved Mr. Campbell attended the PubIc Little Miss Nellie Ruth Nealy, Utha Williams, Gretna; Louise ,IIQ .
., Mt Zion AME, Greenshade luau In the sixth and finished schools in Gadsden County, was crowned winner of the resent- Ferguson Attapulgus.
A.l.tE., Second Elizabeth M.B., up for Iliac All players saw acton attended Florida A and M UnU\ ly held Baby Contest, which was BIRTHS I
Messed Hope M.B., AntUxh M.B., In Sunday game verslty and Bethuna Cookman held at Beaulh Hill Missionary David and Evelyn Bradley
First Elizabeth M B, ,St Matthew The Dodgers will meet the Pel-\ College where he graduated. Presently -Baptist Church, Gretna. Miss Girl June 10. .1
PB, New Bethel AM.E., Union ham Pirates, at Dodgers Park, he heads one of the counties ,Neaty was sponsored by Mn. Jafus and Louise FergusonBoy
Chapel AME., and St. James A. I I p"m. The standing Won 9, Lost largest elementary schools. Mabel Plttman, head of the Tiny June 14. .1
M.E. The President urging thatrepresentatives 2'i Both of the speakers are A.M.E.memben. Tots Nursery, Qulncy. Other Council and Martha Milton
from each choir Mr. Andrews\ an out- contestants were: Miss Monies Boy June 15.
will attend the business meeting Rites Held For standing member of the Place A. Reeves, and Leonard Williams. James and Geneva Martin ,
whk'h are held every Tuesday VIE, Church and Rev. Campbell The following amount was donated Girl June 15. s N
nlKht before the third Sunday in Is a member and local minister to the sponsoren of the content Jlmmle and Minnie Lee Johnson y,
each month. Robert TaylorFuneral at Arnett Chapel AME.!: Qeeen Nellie Ruth Nealy, Boy June 11
The choir union Is expecting to
services fro Little Church, QuIncy. $50, Little Monies Reeves, $9 35
1 have a glorious time at St. He-
born the third Sunday and Is Inviting Robert Taylor, age 8, was conducted Others appearing on the mornIng and Leonard Williams\ HI.35. Here and There
the public to come and be from St John A M. E. program Includes; Powell E. Total $70.70.Antioch.
entertained as usual. Church S p.m. Sunday, June 14. Woodberry, Hardy Jackson, Thomas Mrs- Ella M. McQueen, ThelmaK.
lIe died at the Gadaden County Williams, Jr., Carl Daniel., Church and Henry Lee Robinson returned t
:\ Hospital reported victim of a Willie PUtman, Sam. Love, R. H home Sunday from a short
Card of Thonki
snake bite. The deceased wasMm Stephens, John Falrley, F. Jones vacation In Jacksonville and Attlmqnte tl
My husband and I extend ourthanki In Gadnden attended J. Nealy, Alvin Bell. Those appearing Lists Schedule Springs Fla. Mn. Robinson l
to all our friends for being the St. Count ementary.choni on the evening program In- was called\ to Altlmonte because
so thoughful of me while I was and Is well known In the cludes\ ; Rev. Gary Edwards W. Superintendent Parthell Galney of Illness\ and the passing
confined In the Florida A and M community, moat especially by tAMer, Clarence Nealy, Oliver announces that Sunday School willcommnce of her aunt. While In Jacksonvillethey UUITt FIT IN ,ANAM*.-D_ Margot Fonteyn unsuccessful candidate for the presidency of i
Urwerslty Hospital and at home. members of the younger ...t. Theservice. Hale and Alvin Belt 9:30 a.m. All teachers were the house guests of rehearses In Bath, England, with ballet partner Panama In the recent election: was shot four
We> are very appreciative for themany wen well attended an Thursday evening<< T p.m. weekly and pupils an urged to report on Deputy Sheriff Willie L. Weston Rudolph Nun,.. (left) Just before receiving I times during a political argument on a street cor-
get well cards, flowers, Included a program, prior to the prayer meeting will be held. Mrs. time and family. The Westons are formerly news that her husband,,Roberto Arias(right).had ner. Dame Margot flew to Panama as word was
donations, and visits. We an especially Qulndtes: Mrs. Weston\ been shot In Panama City Arias, nephew of an received: that Arias
eulogy The Rev II Ford PastorIn Annie U Houston will entertainat The Rev. Rellah Murry, of was out ol danger in hospital.AiooowSy .
thankful to members of charge, delivered the eulogy. home, members and friends ,Chattahoochee will have chargeof a niece of Mn McQueen and
Mt Zion Primitive Baptist Choir Tho survivors are: M ra. Jenet- of the Senior Missionary Society, service Sunday morning. The cousin ot the Robinsons. They
for requesting that: song be dedicated le Goldwire, mother, Earnest Taylor Friday evening 7.30: p.m. Junior choir I and Junior;: usher reported a sate and pleasant trip. NCTr
unbn choirs the Qrdncytheir I father, Baldlmore. Maryland, Stewardess Board one will board will serve throughout the Tiff'S
recently held at.ShUuh and D. Gold- day- ACt'RATE SHOOTER
Reslonald Wesley meet 4 p.rn. Sunday at the home
Primitive Baptist Church wire, brothers Jynean Goldwlre of Mn Ida Gulf. Rev. A. G. Stokes will be In Roselle, 111. Rated as one
It Is our. plea that God add a cistern, Mn Katie Baker, aunt,, charge of the evening worship service of the nation's most aerureteshooters '
special blessing upon each oyou. Mr Robert Range and Mr. Moses commencing at 8 p.m. Rev. 18-yearold Bob Shuley
Card of Thanks cent
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Goldwlre grandfather. Interment Stokes and Rev. Murry are carrying
Signed I Mrs. Wilma "TrelT held The family of Robert Lamar 3.250 targets. Sou-
was In the Williams Cemetery. on services In absence of the on been of .
Fete. '. Slmms-Jackson Funeral Taylor acknowledges with grateful pastor Rev. N. Bowers who Is ley has named co-captain allAmericanskeet 1
Home In charge appreciation your kind expression In attendance' to the National Con- Jimmy Robinson's
The 264.mil Sunshine State of sympathy during their vention. Mrs. Ethel Stokes will shooting team for the cur-
Parkway stretches from Miami qt. Lucayan hour: of sorrow. entertain memben and friends of rent year.
to Wildwood where the turnpike Beach Hotel on Grand Bahama May the Lord bleu earn and the Senior Missionary Society, 1
connects with Interstate 75, a Island have Increased investment every one of you. Thursday evening, at home Errors often arise when men a.
free limited-access highway Into from (10 5 million to $1J.1 mil The Goldwlre and Baker I Weekly paryer meeting win be try to prove that they have been
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11.\'ln. CUlm ..r Demudi riorijt, duHng iho legal h.aa.1
T A, ilnet, $old Relate ails' .n the UI" day of June THE WATER'S FINE
You and exit of )"u are hereby I"'. I
CLASSIFIED ADSPRHRENI HOMES notified and required to pro.
| cent any clilma and ..", ...d. 5)30.BNdwl, Baum Vii cJlen f f'rI
which ,ou. at alth.r of boa. may Clerk Circuit Court R
haro Maine the aotato ..rC'I.ARIIINC'R NaRCmlT N KAVOt'KI.II
WJRWARD JOHN- Poet Office Box 411 L.7O
t ION, dcad., lat* of maid Oua. rarnandlna Baaoh, riorlda
rOR IALB Purebred, red-tone Jl O. lo th* County Judge of 00...- Attorney rOt Plaintiff
bechahund Ik weeka den County, Florida, at hie office June II It by LYDIA rtatlNI
\ : ell. Two fI'.t: '... Call XlnQlberry'i In the court 0.0..8 salt 1oI
...-.Ul.. Havana. Florida It County at Qulncy, Fonda within mill cntC'l'ft' rot'R'l'IND
----- calendar raontka from the JUInC1AI. 'tRM'IT
'---- all IN AND JI'OIO.Ntfm.. SwIM! Steak Eaay to MtktSwlu
lime of the tint publication of
RENT ells c",.. .....0.. eagle*. Two toplea of each COUNTY ik FLORIDA teak li rroat favorito
.me for 84/ 00, on. two bed INVISIBLE KEnEAVtNQmakM Greenwood I claim or demand lhall bo In writIng CHANCERY.
r>om home for II*.0. pr month and shall elate the place of Cue No. I OfR with many people. It UkM *v.ran
ntb '011011." oak floor. UK bole, cult, tear and reeidenc and poet office ......... JOHN P CORIX1HAN, Trut hour to cook but It till b*
and kltehea and all mod. barng drum dam andSWlItt of the claimant aId ahall b. tea for Marls Khali Hornet lone Ithtr on top of th* stave
dluppar Ina
..i convenience T B. rietcher I aworn to by" Iho claimant, hieagent Ui* even, and require wry
;:In-rt rie, Phoao Bl I- fed tannent and fabric Acres or attorney and aooom- Plilnt'!t Kin attention during the wok.Inf .
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by a filing fee of out 140411'
Sat year damaged iarenti > I Dollar and luch claim or demand AUJKrTT: LAIRS 4 period.

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FOR RENT Tblbly rows. .... Fair price Phono MAIn 7-/511 Bank and Trait ComKy -I IP. tlon 1%, 1e lib*, round aleak,

and prompt acrrlc Mlu C. Davis, It* Proaldent' NOTICK! or ..rl""BUNotice IUIII10 tack thick
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lobed Apartment Located In King: SU Qulncv. Fk Ph. I DtRWAHD JOHNSON ._.- entered In the Cl '1t I/I top. popper
Court of aadaden County, r, '.,
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publication May II. llll'guT'cyf Ida, In a caaa therein pending
ton. Within wittingdie, and 'I'owl.. ,wherein John P. t'o".ron.i 'rTral' 1 cup Solar1Laa
lance of abopa, ocbool and HOMES Florida !' .. I. the pl.lnllll and AI t Perrlnaworcoetenihlie
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Sale a Service det.ndant.be Ca? d...
Call 1277161. during btul- I BUSINESS 'U M. Traoaurr Dpartmont I*. InC .-.0. i will offer fu"u'e onion, hopped

nee knurl, or I27-I2I4 after ANNOUNCEMENTSTV I New Moon. Varletto, tornaNnvenuN Btrvlco, Nolle and cell at public nutvry I the (alt oleo hie fedlTtdud onto*

( von.REU. II Gardner, Coneor Stewart "r Publlo Auction alo, Ju>. t, hlgheat each bidder during the piece ...._ pounding at Lava Ifa
lit, Purauunt legal houri of mate on Monday
to von ... Nit Dour
phew. call
I Nice fleas Vtd TriUar t.l .1 In Vwtlon .mht.: Iniixnal June II, 1114, at I tho Iron dour Mil pepper
I' and 10' Wide Nsv.nuo Coda, th. follow of tho Oounhouae In uulncyriorlda. ipiUkl ever Ik. ..a% aid
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I IN.at Wo trade for furnltur *ranythlnj -.1.*.. for nonparmant of 4llnmant mortgaged properly\ altuale and rd eaurer. Heat eU hi large 1 I IIkUlot
Oeealno all Nikon .
r_ 01 value Internal .....u. tu.* duo being In Oodeden Count), rior with. oqhUimaa.lid.Add rant

from Jcatpk B. Bowman TAlluwman iHegln Where the ; r and brawl IhorotKjhlT on bath aid...
MACK'S RADIO k W Hv XOOL Plumbing HMtlnio North + Add WON,, lea FntlM, .lead
SEAL III CI.\.Und Hiratt Qulnry boundary lino of ports 'n Ij, bar
INSURANCE Klnrlda., TOO properly will b. township I North, Kanae pad enkw.Cant tfahtly and .....
TV SERVICE ,I U. .. 10 it mil wool of mid In orordinr wllk th* pro Wet lnt.ratii thoI'" vr low boat lot lye to I hour*. ot
eM N..bemoan. Talqula Inn. > i lotons of Maitlon III! of the InHriMl olds ot elate head N" )J4.theitc look la a iI0"rme lot UM ama
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U Kovtnua CNMl, and tbs run itheaeterly (main ol Mm..Tin Hook whoa_ .
Tall.b...... Florida t .(ulnXlvn tha'.nnd.r. at pub. long the Went ride ..r HlxeHoal '
lit auoll.m on the lat day of No. 171. to y.1,1, bit Him 14 hall dot*. Sera* wish Its
121} West Tenneue Julx. l*>4, at 10 I* A M. M thwnit thence run \\'... in ywli, gravy which you can thick* wilt. .
door of the Oadnden Count them NorUiwemerlweel > iiord. Bow and watat nUtut 15.51 with
J'OR RENT OomplUlr runiJ < urlhoua.. Quincy, Klorlria. Pa. So a point Ia yard.
libra I btdraom bou>*. Lawn, i iI Phone 12]-ISIS rrlpilon of property: The followlnc of t"'nl'urb' ;: The swimming pl' .! world.fimid Jaiper Park t* tehlldrtn w.loom.. Ix>c.ud I derll prnpanr altu ginning, them beet 10 yr IMocki from O.orlll W Munro I *, lying and being In oho Ooun. point of beginning, lying. ....PI.f the Canadian Hooklil ll I popular ,.lh.rI"| plaoa durlnth 1
f Jk-hool on paved road 171.OH p.r 'fly of Uadadon, mto of Florida, and being In the Nurthweit Jaiptp ....0.. May tt U tpUmbar ,I. CtniUntly hnglni
Inonth. Phone MT'ltil during tn-wlt, I. Btln at the South Quarter of Reotlon II, Town iryatal-cKar wiUrfrtm the mountain llnol.rla I flltar.d and hit,

day .P IT.1I', nlnlt": tt WELL DRILLING I wool Corner ..t Lao t, Black !I. hip and | North, Haiigt I WoN, id t* a .*"'r.rt..I. .to.. tnterlni the pool l. TNI I IUp H lr .
containing (1)
-Shady Nook luhdlvlalon, PI* one acre 1gA
;'of vhlrh' I* on file In Mi* ofdi more or I.... County of
I Court ....".d.*, Rule 0'l'1,, Ida.
Featuring a Complete of the Clerk of the Circuit <
FOR RENTMEXICO Line of Doming Pump lot of Oadaden County, Florida, Gnat at coat of pnrhaaer In The Air At The Fair
Ihon. run North 10.11 ...t, WITNKHH my hand and .offl
BEACH Horn or Irrigation. Ilh.... run booth Tl d..'... Imlnuloa dial ...1 of Ihl. Court, this II
1':... |ll II feel, the day nf June, till

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alnning. Rain a part 01 io.ll I County, Florida
t..... for ....... Cirp1.N 1421 all of loot T, Block Jun. II II na1i Ut
and I, and
hitch... ....... ........ ..,.... -I South Monroe SL I, of ilhadr Nook HubdlvMo I. 4 '4R t n MARY TROY.
TaUabitieo by
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..... 08611I .. NAT. 122.1107 101 Una. d Weal. Leaai' Hcfln 0.1 )Sala eRMlr* ......II."t t*
.... CAPITAL PEST CONTROL I a point III ft North of thMouthwvat JMM a Lihllit Steel Corp
corner of Ixit T o(
P... Cewtrol Teratll Hlnrk numbarM 1 of Rhiul* NKubdlvlnliin
i 8 r.. To Camping
TORRENT.-Unturnlnhed H.."... .,.._1 Kl aadReerk / of Qulnry riorlda 1 r

UI Bonl'vo.., phone .17.121:, ....I..t.** Plumbing Fixture ClecirlcaSuppliea I of aa the reriiMnil Public'In n.Plat..- NI.Book of iota.No, 1 T; Until short Urn ago, I wad

Call Tall.b...... Fin I Pip end Fitting, don l'ounly. Pln.lda, and Ih.nre tile party-pooper when my DMturoloilnr
Water Hotter Til Hoard run c.uth II tfonrcia I minute huiband und friend

: I jI .:t., a e J COLLECT I Cu and OU Haal.ri 1...t.i feat.! HI ftet Ihoned thanr ran run North North TI'I Made enthiulMtla"Inciud plan far nil outdoor *
: ramping. 1n.
HOME MITE JIS-J4M ire'. L4 lnlnula.I rent 18110fast
OFFICE 222-J7II If 1 than ii'. run louth toll fee wi m frustrating: replyrnue
to the beginning Odd mossy, cooking. and
WOMEX: WASTED Tan ROCCOPIPE lot ,'O'I"t: of Lota I and I clean up problem far me. But

Urn tjplnj at homo. $30 to (60wwUy. of Block 1 nf Hhady Nook lub.dl..n 11) sat, now my attitude' chanted. I lay
11
In mambo Townehlp w
tgmr"
lend Keounw and 1 North, Hange 4 W..l. gulncyUali ye* cheerfully (a tamping Invite
ONE; STOP & SUPPLY CO. bourn available BKPR Bon 44 YEARS OF SERVICETo I, lll>rk 1. Hhi4y Nook lubdlvU (lamp Ing'i : tniUy.Rugtod .
3S3IS BouKton Texan. 41 aeon' halny In lerllnn 1Town.. : .h.d.: to bo,

For AU Your ThU Area .011. / North, lianas 1 Weal.Onl1y : .nipine equipment I now U mad
tha right, 11110, and Intar.al :
PHONE I22-IS37 ( ftf.ht-welgh.1, durable mate
0? Jon.ph E. Ilnwmns 1 and to
WORK 4 t hour* par day the property will be offered for -A all. fty rl.li M flu Irk and ..., t* elean.I
Nods 1119
8. Monroe
Waiting ouatomar expactlng I Fishing Slroel aale. The terma of payment will any of Kty '...rla. kauiwh *
you oall Earn 140 IS* PIT TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA lAarS.
he raah or II* inulvalent. tool.
Lake RoadW. :
week with Avon Write Mr. Talquln W Tomllnaon (IHairlot DlreiHorf
W* aM a eampalto eookiUv' *
Ivorothy Martin, P. O. Boa 1141
),lug TalUUiuae. Ma., or call I O.. H.n.n. S. Robert St. i'J. liurna Internal
IllltllHelp. It I I RADIG liquid fuel for up U M minute

} A Oft OM IIlIln,. Carrying: A stave
and NUIKK M T.tn GIVEN round lank .a mnnitrou M 1 Itnundii

Wanted! TV SERVICE that Ih* Hoard of County Com q thlt; nn* fold ep to I'

ABC mlo' I mars of Gadiden County. .luau, by I* thick, mile mtlr
......* M all Florida' will h. In ....10. at It.
than
handbag) Our ollep
Make aad Cadet. offlre In too (Oourthoue U Qulnty x 211 4 my
r llhle ...1..1... t eook
SALESMENMEN ACTO RADIO WKI.rOIPBOKB Florida I on Tueiday July T. .t war*
FENCEINDUSTRIES 1114 at It:01 A. M. for Ih* pur neel II for packing. And May U
... t-OTP pone of hearing oomplalnia' aa tovalue .Inn K,.n In wild, mounUI
WOMENHANDICAPPED SUNDAY'SRADIO aaaeeiM by the Tao ANae..r .in..m avatar, It "IPM clam In ftwink.
or on the 1144 Holl IhaTao .I.x TMUiU MntehM 1II11'1'al.
s.amina
'nlt.d to
A TT lk 11CC You 11
in Wl .."._ your .a... hire ...... .......d that make a 10-mllo.' ftguro lght nrlal tour 600 feet over UK Moll litdliponitbU' ..lItdooI' ,

t Or.RETIRED propnrtlonaKIrBlJWIN grounds every few nlnutoi: daily Headquartered on lbs roof Uin '- A good ...Inl_meal knlf..
: HAUR, CI.KRK fort of New York Authority Heliport and Exhibit Bulullng. Th. blxlo won't, runt M IoN

PERSONS NO have NCLA'lIl1: 11----1 )iAHD) tic ,IJJUNTY'OM.1dlt1Ml(1NEln. :lbS oho Slkoraky Hot I N liHIropter ar* almllar to thne sod by too shape| A ihnrMRlntf tip fromJnnot

GIVEN EVERY ohlnea thre that ,... 1'UUNTT. PwKIUAAuvt I'roiident and other high overnnient official\ Th. ooptcr aro A fauihlln flul torpor*
repair bill 114 II Th... machin.a' la. 9,1111NOTION operated by New York Airway for Unit*! Aircraft ImornaUmal.and tloni/ uw t rough etun. end a tow
CONSIDERATIONCALL In -- twin Aa tj drop of light oil. Hold the blxtaflrmlr
are eicellent ahapa. art powered by lU-Urbln* engine many aa
MONEYDOWN Hervlee Manager. Vogue NOTICE la hereby alma! thai Fair viallor raft! b* tarried oach trip, providing' them with' a .! a illght angle and punk
Center 404 It:. Wright It,wrlt'j I oats the authority .(. and II liONIO Brltlik .et,... maUhlM* platform(or aarial P aighAoMang It along UM MM*, tutUnff 101.
I aeola, "1.. rmplta>..* wllh. th* pMvleloninf Laura LMM ait* for the ph*. Night or day Over1* M more man.aMba-.nro/MaU/r flrrt
aeoMon 14-111 and Herlloi kilra_hi HoUrwood.CUf, yaks et.atnk.a
ordinance wy to w Ute Fair and thoaoarlnf akyllna of Now Tort i
".11 (Al of the Code .tartp1..lovely
627.6648 ', ., city el Qulncv odd, "ftor glgnlag kMiUrmMrtrkt ) Mnt oorrod 44
th. Uly CommU.ioil o. 4 CIt _trwt. Her Mm I* anew ruin do*w drlnlpntoH> .*
will hold a publle boo let at *n* for OM ..*.Ul th II Meet The BudgIe I dnl.h. Nim-nmlnf ::.....* .(
QUINCYHELP UP TO 36 MONTHSTO I OK dork P M on the Illh del WM know a* JgrU Lane lonorUfoort UlnhM .... mouth trxKiwiilnd
'OTICII' .a ghat th.t the undo,. of July llll, U th* City hail la (tilt talk pretty onough l
.
PAY alun.d pureuont Co got 14101 rf to Europe.Ill
Quincy, Florida en the applk-a. :
ot Florida latutee llll, dHI,. lion of I. KwllMkll Hun lor apepermlaalea -- -- -- ,all din by. Unbrwk.Dl*. dopond.bl .
: -WANTED: -':-'PourdrlnlerWire Ing to engage ,In buelneei nder elal. t. nonetract *ei 'Iff lUlnloM |I. juit right top,
lupenrleor United aVatea FREE ESTIMATES the flntltloua name of IMPERIAL ond aooepy n Iumbor yard o. Iha for the ouUldo of Mmi Writ**,
m.nufnetur.rlooklnr for reepon CALL Nl'RSICRIBd SOUTHERN DIVIaiON following don.rkad ." la nnwtliM slob ;:' t* 4
Ible man to aupervlee ettttlng Intendi lo reglater aald lb. City of Qulney, In-will f,1.11011
braalng. atretehlng and ahlpplng name with the Clerk of the (:lr.ult ....... IU foo' Wont .r the i. ,
of wire When writing glad detail > Court of 004..... County, Northw.atenet of Kay and A ,
of your eiperlono. In all 627-8661 riorlda. Jerferaon "treelei I th....* run ,
...." Write Boa f. .ar. Gad.I. .I AMERICAN CITWATRATOBACCO W.. M f.eii 1 '''.n.. ram 4 : Smart Outfit
.. County Tim.. COKPOfiATIOM North IK frail| Uienr Tad "f' (.1'
June IU II It Quincy Florida ole Owner Pant I* feet tkenco roe ,
June 11. II, II. Jul. I 41 '
IN'utbIS toot t* Mi* point y \ ,
MOTIOn TO CHKIHTOMriXIHIDA of kegloalngIhl MM
ITATUTIS Ith day of Juna. 1114
FOR SALE VITAMIN AND U the Court ol th* County CITY UOMMIMIIKIN <>r TH*
HOUSES Judge, Oadadn Ceonty, Florida, c ITT or yuiNct, ru>au>A L.
HEALTH FOOD SERVICE .
I* No lilt By Laos W WamwarMs
pMlal, Diet and I. ret Betoto of ,yor-CenuBlle
TOR ALB Brick Tams, IKarntld I Heal..r..... JOHN O. AMHLJCT: 'TTSItTI
bona, I hedroema, I 1>0<....... I. P. CTOM
tug* Xltohoa-Dlnlng 1 MlM Audrey ...... Owaer I TaIJ Creditor aad "...0... lark of the City of Qui.., a ad
Room Combined, Patio, Utility Harlot CIo.\... ., tto_... Clerk of Ih. Uly Cema>""'.!*.
Boom Carport, Paved Drlreway .01 W. Kin BU n M1741IPHIVATB Agalnet geld KetMai thereof J.*. II, It II

Hu eentrei heat (gee). Too and Mob of you are horn NOTION or ALNMollo. -
Ill N. Htewart Pt. Qul..y, Telephone ky notified and
PIANO L.KHNONI ef. regulred to p reeta ,. hereby gl"e* t..tpa..u.nt .r
MAIn T-I74J. ... taacbar. t any elalnia and .._... to Final Kwre .f
FOR IAL. lit Chample Call toted r.j"t : l.ferma.am.J : which yen, .either of yeu, may ...... Mature ....,.. In Ik* C,.. '

Tradawlad 1* br I* foot, two ... 11._ It It 'have. agolnet tho oetate of JOHN nit ou't of (saJ.d.o Oeuntf
) A81U.OT.d.o.aa.d, lata atMN :
bedroom koueotraller. Bioellont: rtorUU. a 'O.e 10 'In p.filling 4"
County, to the County Judge ..h.reln M il'fUN' HliurMriMANi
condition Heaeonably priced
.21...... tt 'ef .. Ootiaty, riorlde, at M lovfAxr. a r+.f i *
I bin offloo la the eoun keoie. of Corpi-rctit; I Ii the Plalallff sad HA
FOR PALE I Bedroom bo", .. ,Said County M Qula iy. .....Id., Hll'HAHIi KKrrNHUN and tVNNKIJA -
... ...... .....
'h. from
Will paint. 1114 Magnolia Drlre.Phone Iwitkln ItH""" ""' .... wile sri
.17...... the tin. ef the flnt publleMlea the dWendanu th. anchor
I... II. U U. J.t I 4t ef tkle _teo. Two ...,... tH erkelalni ...1.. I 11 I will offer for male
or demand .11... ko In writing eitoeta M (11I4I....
FOR IAL.B Concrete Blocktruoture I mad ....11 mute the pln ofI tke property .
I ..droo..... big 11"1.' I 1......_ *.d pan efflee add,_ Coontr. riorlda. d *nrihe4. alt
room with fireplace, as ,rata :ot ih.* .Ial_." lad akall ... Block|4K Numbore.N.... ala (171a a.t baby parakeet win item with both feet M >. perch, hi* haul
'
dmlng ream. Tw air conditionera swum I.eT Ike claimant, bin HARUfNU HCK1HTH a oak.HI t""lool..tar hit .1..,. AMwrdlnr fu-lna. J'.. c.,. ('.. ./
...... In back yard wltk agent, or ..ter.., and p.4ore- tho hued font with
adult bird elk
Mill *>n. adlareM N Ik Tows aa on rod on
work Ih... Phone MAIn paaled ky a filing tam ., ..a.Idollar .. *f f'h"_...., FI......, Uth .. DIUCfOIY.. I t:4 In tho*ml poelteM,UII adult parakeet ::*too wf
..
rOR IALB I bedroom, ...lame, la I sand lot and 1.anrk filed claim....U W or ni4 HkveM .,...rt.(1W. ..f tat.ootboaal ..fH Trumbi name Ib* pnrtabl 8roVMMtcf 'a bi >y bird nweiaUy ......, th. egpcrt sty, ft'* ejallo' pneeihle" .h.

with moving chalnllnK aad will fenro take low* dew SHIRTS I I KVKLTN PAUIBTT Agllf,RTAe : $. |l *f nmnt......... I, Towne I which be lav salad I* has a cold. Treatment 11a. '-111I111 a warm bxatlon. If JOlt ae. :

payment ('.11 ",.7171 11 eieeelrl of the Loot will' oklp I K.n*. Manta I Weet, brow bydrofM....*. Th Immedlale yoeulia, put an aallblotU I* hit drihklnf woke
and I and Teetameat tt. JuHf! a aid r-Hiniy elng of Ioman-) .lertranl filial, with ,ruigo of Itan't, InctdenUlly, worry about. pour bird getting; t.I...., fcnldlni
FOR IALB l-IMdrw Nenee .11-7: .'_ of let taM 0 y l.e feet.Tkla hu .,...all '.11&.11I0 feet IU autenuiU letk.Of_....
living room and .ao&r4 dining PANTSLAUNDERED TI... p.. *... 4, 1114.OARDNBK being Ik. ... aadMeotlral 40 toot, bo* I luhtn. IIfhC a to g
Poole Located In ...act MotCall : AND LINE lat Ho. t M ad **rprx>M* to IQ .4 ky.4rog ...'*rrawped whist he wake-PI I tku too rretcnaM etrvUhlnf tt

<< .",'! .. Attecneyi fr Eaeeutrtg ireyed .. Melll Mao Jarhaeo .B .... vkkk are try 41.. big feet and watt each aMrlal IVHA WINSTON
... 4,. ,,....!. .I 4, _Sane 4. II, II. II 4131011CC to Wertaeir t>*e4 dated A.. two UnrMblo lilt Oy. aadmtltw


NOR BALKS FLUFF DRY Ik YWKIDA* Canto TO PTATVT0 rUKDITOHlI of Ik. Comet, .KI..My./14,1CWOI1"llll: tows Oo4e4 rpr.re.*. leas ..,....a...artoiM TrumU band dmnotretod |I Puppy labia TUB M SUM BOW ttttlt btUroH bleak M4 dM dtKMlOM >

Bedrea R .... Low I.... 0..... ('00.'''. ri- Palo III f.klle ROM*** ttM the Vn tar the Love".0 with ft Jaunt all IU
7 .......,.. < 4e rirtda
Dow ,.,.... lAw Ida llll Ceeiuy ,
Tree at Air
O All RoOtoc
The
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Moth
ra.... REPAIRS In ri 1.1.1..0 Morta..*r _*!.. Cornel I.. Owls It ttae.IMag,
Monthly ,.,...ta. I .. iragas, ... For** Dam III W diln tow. .
ADA a WKIN" : .EIIO, Pt." b.lat bat a Idcljbl..... letiUM
lag Already An....d. Nor.a ad I ......... a4 ..... eertrvtng
sad It .
MrMllUn.! lilt MT Tt AH Oredllere! ...' fonmie .......|.|ow .. Ike .... Nellie Slightly a oapd.
.oil* Drive. M ALTERATIONS Herlae- ('1.1.... .r t>ecMdcI Mal I........, aew de ea..t( Jtd JA.hel It f1 .y., .aemt'halg
I AgvlnM 'eld rXalrton .ot_... I* sale |. *rfadltll Urn load and timed
r and ***k .fyarm kry *. M raerde4 OtltrMPleeavdo '
MORROW I* notified mad rwaelred M pro- boas la, pate .t*. Wordof !h. Wise with black Hiii ..,. wti*)

1..H.111j III If.:1 {e11j.111I.lIt ant aay delete sad deenaadawhla ,...... Mao ,da ., ir4d*. Tb way U |rt altou .. air farms tile 1I u.
DRIVE IN I Pan. *t either tt pine, marikae t'h".Mr, rl.ndaTble rIM for
U mast w*. If you Meat Mr 4yttM MO .
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.*.! *. tk. 1./ala ef ADAa. bwg Ik* MOM ...
krown tjla .__.. MOOT CLEANERSHtdtac W&"IIIIIt.I.11.. lal* ofeM .....t..1 M or poreel ., tied MV, jvt WIll kMV MMt i *.. Mdk M ft tuacluiM w'r
look op at my pla.* tee 4Jkrtten c-..,, to Ike Caty JMgtt wkkk .......
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r 0..6.4
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..*_., aid aayvegMee kl* offw* la Ik* overt tttttm .4. or lo auis- ta4. I eh.u.treor klww *ov aid that 7ee
.. U tt IU#. A Ctr at Oelary, "t4of1da. wIHg iMmeo W. would .** bin. kMw ....
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auhjOon tor hla altAuMIdyl 1.. fine ef tko glen pokiloM kerett.M I
FOR lAUl pij to a* .
lie |*._d) ahwrtwav.-.1.1 tio ilorkia Atnitaxic of Iki Twe -c :: /la ...*. .. U* b/dAM **4IMM -lwatMsa F.Hb.1WelleS I
taya eawk il ii* tr deoeod kM4er Ift_. ...
Like ... PI. .... *i > Mars
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kle or el erery mad XetIM H bate grre flat *o tfc* It **r W Joty, iWO M
BRICK HOMES atn ia .>:< kf filing fee ofMM Outs rr, CMKMy ft Ooleoeo. /W. W riortde. W MM OerflfWMte
4eile* aod nab Maim ... wMI ... **I4 M U* ,........ Mw1k4 l4 M pay Oho aakevM LM ws)
_.. 5.1 .* filed ....11 ke ** COMPLETELY FINISHED TWO QUIieCT gTATB VAJIK ef .*.. coJ. lad all MrertieMg D. tea,1M1aVPMILG .
Ae ..__ ., Iko Earl Wttl" .
S4&39 per Month 25 Yuan 1 Ill Te>.eMt tt ADA -l..- I N AwN ttm* Teeol I" IU.
f "' &'''.11:80.: dwa.a4 of

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/..* a. II. ,I, II It I t>. III. P. dot. Faweeti the Fima. tot Cm Cti
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or Phone 6278552. Qulncy' FIa.b .:, : :0 ".4Cxe sad, P.ea.a d ..... i. 11. U II of tiu shad .iII "jag' g'gM sWig with .. pot.




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PACE SATEEN CADTOEN COUNTY TIMES, A JUNg 18, 1M4 1

Conference. \
lenten Senior
is the Brat such statement In all ra.dparenti' Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Frank Whittle and sister

[ PEOPLE CALLED BAPEIST of history and one which "those I1eMr Mrs. Kenneth Moss and family
THOSE( and Mrs. John Snipes and
people called Baptist" acclaim to-I r HERITAGE of Louisville Ky. are vacationing
: day. A complete and absolute children are visiting Beaumont, OUR NATIONAL at Panacea.

A IettM 01t and Its. power. Throughout the'state and the King They believed separation of the church and the'Texas. with Anne relatives.Nicholson and niece

Articles M R- WadeThomas Baptistby country dissent was growing Two:It right able for to the separate congregations themselves toM state.There began to grow differences Mrs Mrs.; John W Gephart and BIBLE VERSE
Guy of most troubled men were I have been visiting in
the ,from the state and that everyman between these groups concerning/ daughter
MemorialBaptist
Oiiirrh ;John Smyth and his friend Thomas i should be able to rend his the church and the acceptance of Hattiesburg. Miss with the r A prapM! is lICIt withoutkonoar

Qui,"" Florid HelwySi own Bible for himself and preachthe Infant baptism Helwys, in 1611, former son-in-law and daughter. save Is Isle owe country,
and Mrs. J. a Van Dusen.Mrs.
tills Europe : John Smyth was a learned man Word of God M he found It returned to England with a group Dr. and among his ewsi Us. and La
with I questioning mind concern In the I numbering under fifteen. He knew Doyle Pope has returned ."
henry VIII, to 1543. for reasons I scriptures.These s from Atlanta where she spent two Isle ems boos
both personal and political, had ed primarily with spiritual thing two men did not break full well the risk he ran. It was weeks with her son in law and 1. Who spoke these words
He was M ordained minister of In that same year, Hll, that he
broken with the Holy Roman suddenly with the church in Mr. and Mrs. Charles 2. Where?
Church and had taken England the Church ot England and had which they had been reared. It founded the first Baptist church Vlynard daughter and son and new daughter h 1 3. Where are they recorded

completely out of the Roman Catholic !coin left the pastorate of the tin was slow, progressive, and after on English Soil, at a small town Leigh who was born May 30 4. Where are similar words
church because they thought Just across from London called
Church and the Empire. It much prayer that they finally Grandson Clay Mynard accompanIed found
was then that Henry, with no au his questioning too radical Thomas -mew that they must separate Spltalfield. Their meetings were his grandmother home for a
thorlty except his own, had declared fhlwys and Jane, his wife, from' the Church of England and In secret but Relays felt it was vial Answers Te Bible Verse
took Into their home They not Gods Will for them to hide.
himself head of both church Smyth find a new way.I Tin V/indle Rldlehoovers spent 1. Jesus.
both members ot the Church He penned the words which, no
and itate, and by his personalwill were have chosen these two men I doubt the weekend at Mexico Beach 2. In Nazareth.
of and both sought answers sign his own death noticeby
and denature had established England out of the countless multitudes of with Mr. and Mrs BIll Jones, who I. Mark I: 4.
mortal
for which had saying, The Kings ,
questions 4. Matthew 13. 57 and Luke
the Church of England proclaim. persons because there ts an like are vacationing there.Mrs.
tog that the religion of the throne been raised by a comparison of abundance ot materials about any other man and not God, Ellen Savage of Miami Is 4: 24.
the New Testament church with therefore hath no over tie
must he the religion d the peo them. Hot the more Important 1 power spending this week with her
immortal souls of those
ple. The church and the late that of the Empire. They began, reason is that John Smyth became to him. subject brother In law and sister Mr. and SKATES SPEED WORE
read the lie began his Journeyto
were one and the conscience of diligently to scriptures the leader ot the first recognized Mrs. Elbert Sowell. .a
find the element which had carry this to the king The Canada
and Toronto, Ontario, -
the people rested on the whim of a Baptist congregation Mn Jeff Davis has returned
been lost. They questioned the the Journey ended In prison and nothing Walking was too slow for a woman
king. From this time forward until Holland and Thomas Helwyi l from Atlanta where she went due
James I. the throne declaredthe dogma and the authoritarian power founder of the first Baptist else Is ever recorded about to the Illness of her brother, employee of the records department
of the throne In conjecture with the death of Thomas Helwys. at the stock exchange
the L.
faith of Churches Davis.
people, though England George
wk the chuoch. Smith continued on with the workIn has Did you know that a brewery played an Important' role In the In Toronto To speed up her work,,
to
beginning Howard Boylan returned
they were ques to
These men along with many Holland. making of the Hag that Inspired Francis write "The
work had
tions. The people were beginningto John Smyth when he came Into others who were called "non been Baptist his home in Orangeburg, S. c., Banner 1(0 this Septem'lerf It's a fact she tried roller skates to keep
established Star-Spangled years ago
the home, was a member on not one continent with the fast pace set In the
challenge the Anglican church Helwyi' I after being here to visit his up
conformists" forced asiembUd
were by King but two conttnets and It began It was on a brtwhouse floor that the stars were on A record ot 30.023.000
of of the challenging\ exchange
one groupsof James to leave to family and new sonMrs.
or go prison. to the 80' by 42' Use that was totlost
SKIN ITCH the church. He was a PurItan. grow.Englishmen M. N. Drew and childrenepent British shares were traded In a day after
In 1808 these two men led agroup bravely over It to be visible by the
The Puritans felt that could and Dutchmen were ntrtmr: : ; the announcement of a major or*
DON'T I.ICBATt1l1T1 they Tuesday in Tallahassee with which
to Amsterdam, Holland Henry, Md, the from any angle from they
..... beginning to come to a New World
amateh/aC tat.a//ea. accept the Church of England In one of the few countries In the New Mrs. Giles Tools and children. leg of Sept 1814. after all i might carry mot their Impending find.
.. a Home New It
Hope.
a
w./.a MOMIO Apply nlrfctrrlmm was h:4'B:
Its form LId authority but they "
and Mrs. Allan
ITCHMENOT.trod. world allowing religious liberty. a progression from the Old to I Mr. Bostlck Torts( of fleet te attack upon Baltimore.R. .
1155'.. ..'.t. ..... Ia .'..t.. sought to remove from this Other Separatist were already New, from the and bliss Jane Elsaman of At.I dislodge It had failed. MeGUl Mackall, noted portraitist
sad .. /....,* milm bvlM .vSk Church any trace of the Church there. The group that formed fluid stayed to the lama spent the weekend at Panama That momentous ,stand moralist, designer and Soon!
from
.. ...... the concrete to the Coming
.
lln Kin. In tmmmkitMi of Rome However, there was embattled titl.
Beach. to
farttea. abhor ..rt.r* around Smyth as their leader consisted moldable. It is In this time that Qty largely kjr an teacher, brought the event
r...... If oat .lf...., r... 4N* another group called the SepartM of approximately 40 men we become more interested In the CoL and Mrs. W. N. Robinson, Idol,, Included the town's merchants life In: a seven by five and a half-
hart. .t say drag (Or.. TODAYF. who were going further than this and women Intent and Jer left Monday for Scwanee, newspaper editors printers foot oil painting commissioned (SATURDAY)
They said the Church of England direction which these bankers, and others,
I Tenn. el.ru1 Csrllng Brewing Company asa
These whose Ideal I by
F. P. HAT DRUG 00. had been established by the people, wereessentially people take. "Those people Call. witnessed by Key, a Frederick,
J the Baptist Principles ed Baptist" along with others M. N. Drew and Don Brown means of memorializing those While Cab
Md., to his com-
mentioned in the first article and came to this country and New returned Tuesday from a business blrrl.terl.l"The Defense of FortHcHenry who fought In the War of 1812
IN APPRECIATION! because they held these In common England. They came seeking, trip to Memphis, Tenn posing later to become -.nel, hi aQ wars In which our
a poem
Mrs Howard Fletcher, Mrs R. colon have been carried. Care
with others, announced such searching, and finding others who our national anthemUnder 31 Yean
Apalachicola Seafood Market of Tallahassee and formed a church In Amsterdam 1 had beliefs like "those people V. Canll'). Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs this bright banner, ling won a Freedoms Foundation
appreciate Sober Award for this project: ExperiencePHONE
Morris and their families
In 1609. It is recognized as called
Baptist" with each of Its stars measuring
past business received from the people of Qulncy been Baltimore Is celebrating the
the first organized Baptist congregation have vacationing at the 24 Inches from point to point,
and Gadeden County. We thank you and InTtte you In the modem world Fletcher cottage at Panama Qty Baltimore I was to remain the 150th anniversary of the writIng -

to CODS OOflln. ,. There was a New Voice In Beach. only major American seaport of "The Star-Spangled Banner -
..
uuuptr. This was the beginning p Mrs. B. E. Anderson and children that had not had an enemy flag with spectacular events.
"Catering to Restaurant and Flab FriesSupplylnp of a new freedom, a new faith, a onal have returned from a week ly above It. g.lnf.t: and fa* mid-Septem 627-8141
new hope and a return to the vacation with Mr. and Mrs. John The flag, much larger than I I may be obtained
Famous Apalachlcola Fish, Oytten Shrtoplla worship of the New Testament Melvin at Panama Qty Beach. those flown today,, had been by writing U the Star
Season Then We HOT III! I It was Thomas Relays who 'Lt. and Mrs. Ben F. Belts, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. isms Stephens! made Immense on purpose, for Spangled Banner Festival DIRECT TO CAR
wrote the first English woxis that have left for Colorado where he and daughter have returned froma Baltimore and cltluns of the Committee 409 North Charles

APALACHICOLA SEAFOOD set forth every mans right to Is stationed, after spending two week at Mexico Beach. surrounding eotntrytide wanted Street, Baish.ora. Ma\. 11201. CITY CAB CO.
freedom ot worship. lie said, weeks with their parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. U KlttreU bad
'Let them be heretics, Turks, Mrs. Charles Owens and Mr. and as recent guests. OdeU Redd of
MARKET Jews, or whatsoever It appertains Mrs. Bennie Berts. Las Vegas, Nev. and his son Harry

1323 8. Munroe Street Tallahassee not: the earthly power to.punish Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Falconer neaa 01 Miami.Mrs. .
In the least measure. This and children of Greensboro, N. C Hurbner H. Mallard of daughter Susan were In Jackson1Ule !
have been her Hascolte has returned to Quincy
visiting parents,
,;. :. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Corry. to make her home. Her husbandIs during the weekend. After I OPEN TO PUBLIC

Mr. and Mrs Charles Sowell a patient at the Presbyterian pending several weeks vacation

I can Influence others with my thinking have gone to New York City for Nursing Home in Quitman, Ga. here Susan will attend summer I
several weeks on business. Mr. and Mn Frank McCall of session at Birmingham Southern

1 Thoughts; hare wings Mrs. Charles Owens and son 'Tallahassee visited during the College Birmingham Ala. Precision Machine WorkA
Charles were recent visitors in weekend with their son in law Miss Garnet Laird and Mrs. W.
Albany and TUton, Ga. Charles and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Winston V. Stegall attended the state convention !
Is attending summer session at MOtndon and three sons. of the Business and Pro- Specialty
MADAME MARY I Abraham Baldwin College Roderick Shaw III and sister feulonal Women Clubs in Tam.I
tip Mr. and Mrs. Bill Munroe and Reed!! of Tampa are visiting their pat They were accompanied by I,
children left Monday for Colorado, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Irs. Oliver McKeown, who visited
r, Spiritualist Medium and Divine Healer ,when they will vUlt friends. John Thomson and aunt i-..-...-_ her son and daughter In law,
Mrs. H. E. Corry spent the Sada fiostick. Mr. and Mn. Jim McKeown In HENRY W. GRADY
trouble Natural
Is your I weekend at her St George Island Gerald PresneU of Lake City I Oearwater. -

Do need helpTIf cottage. She bad among her arrived recently for a visit with Miss Patti Sue Craig Is attendIng -I I
you guests, Mrs. Lynn Falconer and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mn summer session at Judson
children ot Greensboro, N. C L J. Davidson. College, Marion Ala. I I
you are overcome with trouble and conditions that are not natural, I can remove' them: Mrs James Hlghtower and Mrs. C. W. Fisher of West Palm Miss Paula Walker Is attending MACHINE SHOP
overcome Spells. Bad Luck and Evil Influences. Remember I am I true Physic, bom with daughter Mary Christine of Bainbridge Beach was a recent guest ot Mrs. summer session at Auburn Univenity. .:
power and I will help you. Satisfaction In one visit. During many yean of practice I have are visiting her sister, Mrs. George W. Munroe. Her parents, Mr. and
brought together many In marriage and reunited many who were separated. Pierce Williams today. Miss High- Mini Marguerite Hendrix and Mn M. D. Walker and Miss 121 West Clark Street
tower, bride elect, will be the Miss Sarah Key are visiting In Elizabeth Weatherly accompaniedher
It you are unhappy, discouraged sick or In distress, I can help you. Dow bad luck seem nonoree at a tea given by Mrs Kingston Tenn., with the former s to Auburn I IMn I Budd Cigar Co. Factory Building
to follolf'OllT Has the one you love changed I can tell you why. I will tall you who Amos Davis Mrs A. & Black. brother:'anlai and sister Mr. and Fount May Sr. spent the
tour enemies and friends are and if the one you love Is true or false. I locate lost and burn and Mn. R. R. Klncald this Mrs. and family weekend at Emerald Crest with!

hidden treasures. I warn yon gravely, suggest wisely and explain MI1.I afternoon at the home ot the They will also visit In Illinois and her daughter Mrs. J. M. Griffin I
I Private and confidential\ dlnl for white and colored. former. Ohio with relatives while away. and family who are vacationing ,Phone MAin 7-7137
\ Hours: 1:00 p.m. to B:00 p.m. daily, Including Sundays. Mrs Ned IDnson and son Angus Mrs. Henry Faulk has been on there. Dr. Grlffln was also at the
Look for name on hand sign.\ Permanently located In her hornetS have returned from a visit in a business trip to Atlanta and visited beach for the weekend 'I
miles north of Tallahassee, ..,.. on U. S. (old Quincy Hwy) Below Court George on left Qennettsvllle, S. C, with her with relatives In Albany and Rev. Bronco Matney Jr. left 4'r
'mother, Mrs. Paul H. Thomas and other points. Sunday afternoon for Gulftreat
: MADAME MARY IS NOT A flYMYLkMMj brother In law and sister Mr. and Miss Brenda Thomas Is attenZt. where I be Ie'teaching ItuPrelL;.
'I Mrs. Harold Midgley. Ing summer session at Auburn
ly Male lUll Omtj. Douglass Hayes of Tallahassee University, Auburn, Ala.

spent! the past week with his Mr. and Mrs Ben Smith and .
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