Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579627
oclc - 01445941
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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FLORIDA ] Qi" Ct WEATHER** Ending RErORTWe June 10

TOBACCO SHADE-GROWN CAPITAL j U. en tt ty tm.ts Lowest Highest Rainfall Rainfall,,S-Temperature 1.63 3.12 171 H

and eontinubng Rainfall, 1482

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New Sunny Vale Cemetery Lowest Gadsden In Ranks PupilExpendilure Red Cross Blood Mobile VisitIs

Officially Opened In CityThe According to a research report'

Gadsden Department released this County of week Public ranked by Instruction the at State the Termed Success In County

new Sunny Vale Cemetery bottom of the Udder In expend.
turn pupil in dally -
per average
for --
Negroes was officially opened -
on Monday June 22, according) TAX EQUALIZERSTO Fourth of July attendance In the public schools
for 1W3-SJ .
the school
year.The Donors
to City Manager Harbert Gregory. Willing
Sale of burial Iota began MEET HEREThe Closing ListedMany report titled "Ranking of 0.abr I

iately. 1rnrnI'd'i the Gauntlet, 1883", by the Division *1 ti r '
Gadsden County Com- of thawed that Contribute 144
The It located QuIncy' business and of Research,
mlssionen will serve U aBoard 'mercantile houses the Gaclsden $280.SI
banks County spent
southern end of Stewart Streetnear I
of Equalization at 11 ;:
pat office, courthouse offices and per pupil In average dally attendance
the County Board of' Pints
o'clock\ Tuesday morning, July '
Public Instruction's school bus city hall will close on Saturday which was three cents per FridayBlood
7 In the County Commlsslonen July 4. Some ol the mercantile pupil less than Duval
and warehouse. A
garage one room In the Courthouse. houses will be open all day Starday ranked 88th. Neighboring mrnty'l
acre tract used by the Pallbearers I MobileScheduled
Anyone who wishes to com and dOle Monday while ty County ranked mend
Association It a part of the new plain in regard to hit propertytax '
others will be open both Saturday slat with a total expenditure ct'HUO Her ;
cemetery. I assessment may appear before and Monday.A $ per pupil.
Approximately twenty- eight the Board and voice his I i Again In August
acres of land is being purchased, objections. Anyone who bat petition was circulated thisweek Total expenditure In CadsoVn I
Homestead to ray open Saturday and County for the 1M3-83 year was Doctors, lawyers
byhe City of Quincy for the not been granted ministers
development of Sunny Vale. Some Exemption and feels he should dote on Monday. Those signing (2,508.288, which ranked 24th In hmispwlvea people .from allalks :

alx hundred burial spaces have also may appear before the I this document were: the state, reflecting an Increase "' of life flocked to the

been marked oft and are ready Board and present hit case. I Peacock Furniture Co., Moss of 111J95 since the 18 2.s3 got RIM Cross Blond M,hll. last m

for tale. Tewy Mdttereon, Tax Assessor :Oothing Store Carraway's Shoe school year. The state avenge for day ..n,1IOOIIn Qulnry and donateii .

The Sunny Vale development by requests that anyone I Flxry The Famous piscount Center that period was 114267. Moral

the dry provides the Negro residents wanting to know his 1904 val. > The Quality Shop, Firestone Holding top place In the counties W, Bradley MIIII"" Ga."''''''
of Quincy with a cemeterythat ties before the meeting should Store Chrtsto's Five and Ten.MlOory' In per pupil expenses was funKY Red Croat Bliwd. Chairman
will have perpetual care. come by his office in the I t, Gadsden Furniture Glades with $< 0.15. Dade, the termed the first Blind Mobile

Drives and walkways have been Courthouse or call his office. Company Smith Dry Goods, The argent! county In the state, spent vliUt to Uadsden County a

laid out, grass has been planted -- ---. -- Fanuly Store, Home Furniture J408D2 and ranked seventh. great surces.
and plans are being developed for Company Jerry's Thrift Shop, I Gadsden County ranked Win In During the hours from II noon
Western Auto Store Fletcher the expenditures per pupil In R to t |last
permanent plantings of shrubbery.Cost States pm. )1 klay, 158 donors
of burial spaces In the Library Cantpy, Jane Allen Shop, Jaillct'sGifta average dally attendance far administrative visited the unit at the Amer
and Jewelry Cadsden Home In the 1H2- Iran
purposes Leglm Hume to donate blood.
Hew cost from J10 fora
cemetery Loan Service, 63 report a cart of W.34 per Flint In line was David Bentley
to (30 for
single Changes I
grave space Policy
a lot with four burial spaces Casey's IGA Discount, Wall'sKing pupil. Liberty county was second of axithern Wire Inc. tbllnwed
Cole Super Market. Pat Su- In this category with a total ol -- by a 1 long Um> of willing donors.
Mated the
city manager.A Now Effective her, Inc., Conerly Bootery, Inc., 133.08. State average was shown mST BLOOD MOBILE VISIT to Cadiden County proved auccatalul. Those In 144 pints were collected. The

short ceremony was held at Qulncy Tire and Recap Shelfer- at 17.51 per pupil. charge of the Blood Program are, left to right: Mrt. Robert Gardner, chairman ol hlinl donated will not go to the)
the entrance to Sunny Vale on
The Public BUtch, Griffin Furniture Co, Average annual salaries paid American Red Crow s It goes
QuIncy Library an volunteer lor Blood Program Aides W, Munroe chairman oi
Monday June 22, when the mayor ; Bradley Blood
Mary Booney, Hydro Gas, North to the vllltens ol Cadsden Dainty
I Bounces policy changes which are to principals, teacher and other
Leon E. Weaver, presented Program; R. C. Mlllt recruitment chairman Mri. Richard Gardner
now! effective Florida Gas Co., Jitney-Jungle, instructional personnel In Gads ; co-chairman ol volunteers A complete supply' of blood

'Theopolii J Jackson local Negro The cost of books library Sykes' Fine Foods Byron Bevis, den County for the period was ; lack Strickland education chairman; and R. L. Massey, recruitment chairman now Is kept on harsh at the Coda
undertaker, with the deed to the : Acme Barber Shop den County hospital\ free of
and general of McKlnney'i $ .1 U3. ranking 57th In the Photo bar Martln'i Studio chime
first lot sold.Four : expenses McMillan's Barber Shop, West state. .- except for a nominal fee for administering.
operation Including some
--- from books unreturned, have increased .'End Barber Shop and Marrow In the total outstanding Indebtedness The Mood quota lair

Accidents so much In recent yean: Cleaners. column as of June 30, Clark's On Massey Buys he year It (40 .puitt if Uailsden
Impressions bounty It to continue In this free
that the Woman'l Club finds Itself 1983, Gadsden County had a ilint
Occur In City unable to continue the operation : Local Banker total of $822,000 which was 43rdin Havana Concern County program.Hospital alone uses Uadsden 10
of the Library without additional !- the state. This reflected an' month.
pints a

Over WeekendEarl The revenue.Quincy Library it owned Trust Graduate dally average attendance per pupil of In(87.0 average u Dow Tour VividBy It. L. Massey Qulncy pharmicUt Munroe sincerely thanks me
Murray 18, Negro of and operated byhe QuIncy William Bradley Munroe, vice compared with the slate averaged has purrhiued P.well'a19termedy men, donor volunteers who made this dhlaad
visit turceasful.
In The
Route 2, Quincy was cited by Woman'l dub in a building president of the Quincy State (119.98 per pupil. Havana.
lihHMving blood I It mail
Officer Robert Hathcock Saturday which the Woman'l Cub has Bank was one of ten Florida Revenue receipts for school purposes Mr Massey year-old Qulncy program *
morning for backing out of a under lease from the Trustee of bankers to graduate from the I from local sources amountedto Bernard Clark I I tilth and University of rlorld pnwtble by several kids of con

parking! place into the left side the QuIncy Academy, a private FBA Trust Training School at $821,883, ranking 32nd In the After spending our first weekend Plea Mado For gnuhiile. has worked with his trtbutloni by dill_
of a I960 Chevrolet sedan driven school corporation. Incorporate: the University of Florida, Gainesville state with an average pupil In St. Lads and watching I father C L. Massey In Qulncy tnt "n)' giving dollars to the Red
by Lillian Sadler of 10th Street. by the Territorial Legislature ol with the cooperation of the of W70I. i'Flower' automation at lit best on a Chevrolet tNt past Iwrlv yean straw receiving (Ynaa through the United Fund otQulnry.

Damage was estimated at (13. Florida In 1834 University' management center assembly plant we headed Overdue Books hit pharmacy degree, 'Florida Inc. the real-

Murray was charged with improper It has been operated since 1>17si The three year course la sponsored far the wheat fields of Kansas.On lie served II mmllis In the dents of the area finance the pro

backing having an accident a community service and tor by the Trust Division of Course i research our way we visited the IMrlna At Local Library"Dear U. 8. Army Air Funs following gram," stated Munroe.

and leaving the scene ol an the past thirty years, without lees the Florida Bankers Associationand farm at Gray Summit.Mo. World War II and It a first Uou- "By giving their time and skills,
resident I While I In Kanslt t rode one 'over-du books,' please tenant In the Reserve. He It the Ax-tors and and
accident. to Its users. To enable the Wom consists of weeklong I nurses scorn
Two other auto accidents occurred an's dub to perform tills community sessions. The first year curriculum Scheduled Here of the huge wheat combines as It ,coma horns," says Miss Allot married to the former Deny Butler of volunteers made the Mood
gobbled wheat from field
Saturday within an hour of service the Club hat been It concerned with trust operations which teemed up endless. Sometimes a Sanford Librarian of the Qulncy daughter of Mr, and Mr*. drawings run smoothly and asia

each other both late afternoon.A dependent upon voluntary contributions the second yean, trust administration Providing at least 11 persons Library "ill fines Paul Uutler ol Havana, and the ceaslully," he said.
as as four or five huge are forgivenU
many combines '
1939 pickup owned by Ef- from friends la the com and Investments. and will register, the Quincy Kecrea would travel side by tide I couple!I hat two Hilldrrn, Tar.I Mrs. Robert Gardner It chair
fano Farms, Quincy suffered munity. the senior year U devoted to tax lion Department will be sponsoringan gathirtng the golden At you an returned to your places I randy, seven and Diane lour man of volunteers lee BUwd lYo r

1123 damage when Ulysses Clark, The Woman' Gut It, therefore -,, abet, estate, planning\ and business .elf, t-week course on "J'I w. Hands Kansas, w grain.' vlalled I on th* ahelve it the Qulncy U,, year old gram Aides. and MI'Io..RVihardUwttner

39, colored male ol West Crawford arced to return to charging: development.In er Arranging and Decorating for atone plant built under brary by Thursday July 19." Althou&tMI'. Massey will continue It co-chairman, Remit ,

Street, lost control of thevehicle. fees for the use ol Uw Uhr ssyEffective awarding the diplomat, the Home" aground In solid nxk Into the aided Miss Sanford says there an, to live In Winner, he will meant chairmen are R. C. Mill

July 1, 1864, new cards school Director Richard M. Jackson The course will begin Tuesday a hill. This opened my eyes because about 171 books owntua some aaaisl with till running of the and R. &.. Maasey Mrs. Lucille
I. H. Cleveland Investigating will be Issued to those readers trust officer Painter First July 7 at the Garden Center on It covered 140 sores and Havana slum on a partmm baal Jones It the executive secretary of

officer elated that the truck, traveling wishing to use the Library tt the National Bank & Trust Company West Jefferson Street, and will handled 6) railroad cart and 60 for at bong ai a year. 02 ar Cecil Partridge" furmrrly ofWaxlberry the Cadwltn County Chapter of

\ on South Adams Street, following schedule d charges and Sarasota, lauded the students be held every Tuesday night from semi-trucks at one time all In- adult books and 17. children' Ua.: bee Ixwn fired Die American Red Cross.

veered out of control some 411, terms: tor their personal achievements 7 I p.m. through August 25. aide Die storage Itself. 11,750,. books. Any borrowen who may as t full line pharniai'lst. Mr The next Ilhxxl Mobile visit It

feet weaving from the right tide I 100 tor a couple, per year and complimented: the In order to be sure it least It Wl cubic feet of this was In re- M! a sense of embarrassment at I'artrltlg I* niarried\ and he and scheduled In August.

ol the road, then to the left :before I 100 for one adult, per year management of their respective ,flower lovers are interested In Mgeraled storage. laving kept library bnokt out to Mrs I'artrlilg nave same child
hitting a bank and stoppingIn I 1.00 per child or banks for their dedication to furthering 'taking advantage of the classes After leaving Kansas we crossed limy are now residents ol Havana. Jack Strickland
long lust the book
ran drop
neryear the professional techniques I the Panhandle at Oklahoma\ or
a ditch. please pre-reglster with Dam books bunk M. D. Ores, one of the former
In the dot
$10 00 for a family per year of the rapidly expanding trust business J&mII. Recreation Director In his Into the high plains ol Tessa untliT the owners (4 the store and a pharmacist
Jesse Reed 23, a passenger was P3.00 or more for a Patron In Florida. "Yours It truly This Is where right sidelight of the rant en'trance.
treated for minor cuts andb..w office at the City Hall, or call my news reporting In will nontlmi at Uw drug Addresses GCH
or Friend of the Library fellow any event no queeUoni
per an opportunity to urns your 827-7881. stopped. The people of Texas store fur an Indefinite time workilg '
the Cadsden ,
at County will be
year, Including family readIng asked or fines Imposed -
man, he said. The prob- The flower course win be taughtby ,greeted us with such enthusiasm three days a week.
If Uw
.Hospital. privileges.Persons lens faced dally by our customers hat now I'm soil that delinquent book aremumi'd.
Mrs. II Jefferson Cotta everythingin Th store will I Auxiliary Here
Quln-i. continue under
dark was charged with drunk not holding of the .
any are u broad In scope as life Itself Texat It really the biggest.For
driving and having an accident foregoing types of subscription, cy hobbyist, author lecturer and Miss Sanford announced that the same name for the prweiit. 1
This also\ It till nature of accredited example, this It Just a one At the
show recent regular
Churchill/ Lee Johnson 72, of may be permitted to use the Library the trust Institution acting in lit nationally flower I day visit in Texas: We arrive at nil notice hat been posted at the I monthly
of Gad k
Quincy pulled out ol a parking on a daily basil, not Including capacity at guardian, trustee, Judge. Malnvtew, Texas stead I o'clock Library lor the past several GS Troop 108 for meeting tal Uw Jamb Auxiliary
apace on East Jeffenon Street the withdrawal of books, executor administrator or agent Registration fee far the classes T[lie Chamber of Commerce, the weeks. This anmaimwnent cam
Into the path ol an automobile for 25 cents per day. We are of the men and will\ be |10 which. is due the first County Agent and lYesidenla ol all from the Qulncy Woman Club Is[ Fair-Bound resident, .retired naval officer no*
of \
owned by the Flortdln Co. and Fines for overdue books shall women JI and devotion night of cau... An additional the banks were on hand to greetus. through the Library Commute. a Qulncy gave mm

driven by Raymond Ward. be one cent a day during the first' have built the enviable reputation cost of approximately il will be lutreshmenti Including stun --- ffixtern menihers toms lenlnr Important Sled Crone Infurmalkm fflnnd newerningthe Dank
Damage to the Johnson car was week overdue, five cent needed for such materials as (bowls of bulled pro-
a day our profession enjoys. We things as huge Thos. Memorial Girl chat Troop 101 acnmipanM which M bring etlahllshed
slots and the other .vehicle 170. during the second week and ten floral day lied) point holders cold drinks, grant
are confident you will meet the ; ihrirnp were by UK rhtneronee will .leave at the Gadwlm
Public Safety Officer Sidney cents a day thereafter: I challenge and do likewise." frogs), clippers, floral wire and :: : We went etlthi. overto In fuur rare at 4 10 lalurdny far the benefit of County Uapllal 1184ootnL

Johnson charged Johnson with Books will be lent only to the' 05.4 a big I steak supper. Ikre, one Church Outlines morning for the New York World Doral, pauMili

allure to yield the right ol way persons or to the members of at the bank presidents thought II Fair .
Wrlckland't mfnrmaUua
and having an accident families listed by Individual names Munroe Elected Negro Fined For would be nice If we Dew aroundthe 'Youth Week' During the wag
nlne-Aiv trip the Man the layman's pintd-vtew.
An automobile ran a stop sign on the library cards, and books county and looked over all :
at the comer of East Crawford will be signed lor by the particular Honorary Head the farming before breakfast. He The Initial plan tar hit Youth r.wlln I strip of! In Waahlngtiifl,. .lie brought out that Out U a program
Petty visit points of Interest.The ol life lie staled that tats
and Duval Streets Sunday at 5:50 subscriber. I LarcenyElla personally\ arranged for three I Rmphasli Week at th* Thunuu I
am. and slammed Into the front Only\ two book at a time may Pat Munroe, ton. of ...... MarkW. planet to be available. Ihrre'Memorial Baptist Church has girls and their cha|"'n>ne I. a mammtilti umlertaklng bark
Mae Wtmbush tt colored
plan to remain thrm days In New lit by !the American Had CTUM and
ol a second car causing a total of be lent t. any one reader, and Munroe of Qulnry hat been female from Greensboro rare 112 private planet U select been finalised. I York
was arrested City and will at the the of
(725 damage. then only when all books held by elected president of the Washington late Saturday afternoonby ram. We got up Vfure day and The dtr. for till week are Laura S .. lUtkbwe day Club. thin-builed requires ronprrsllon every
| In the
Safety Officer George Handley that person have been returned, professional chapter of Sigma went to the airport and were July Illh. July I person, county
charged James William Peacock, and all fines paid.Exchange. Delta Chi, national honorary Captain E. W. Russell ol the shown the county, whkb U 100 Km: UtinrUy. Latinta pro On the last night of their trip from II to HI( ...rallld. The Mar

tt, with failure to yield the right wimaliun fraternity. charges Public ol Safety larceny Department of on per cent Irrigated' from the air gram will begin at 7.JO and: eonchvl I leak the group will be gimlt. at'I'I'i petal! will. need' IM pints of blooda
d way and having aa accident He It a veteran Washington petty te saw storage bint which belonged al Mi; pm. i the Cungarre Girl hut Camp In yar.Mrs
valued lest than U 00. Merchandise ,
Hears Bernie R. N. IndIII'I'
Utlumnla C ,
for running Into a car owned and correspondent lor several large to Billy tit Eate holding There was sun an overwhelming
/ was stolen from five different
driven by Eddie Robinson, 33, western newspapers and far Editor stores In 1 VI million busheia ol grain. Hurried I.. respms to the discussion" I roe the put three years, Tmnp of the Candy gtrtptrt program

QuIncy Negro. Estate PlanningTalk and Publisher national newiIndustry Municipal J1: P. Gregory back tram the plane trip to group* and panels but year that 101 baa been lUraillly raising at the hospital, reported
" 34 have breakfast with I: to on beta The that the Candy Mnpert will play
Jr banquet
Clarence Kelly passenger magazine.Among fined her 1100 each a ,in* formal rt the _k's program money go a trip.
In the front seat of (he Robinson Wednesday the notable attending five accounts on ol the the farm Slurred and total lead ,will be awn tx sum..14rhe vr, ,mam tuurce ol Inuwne was de. aa Important role la hit bland
totaling bank Monroe
vehicle was not Injured. the annual dinner given In Mr. ers. Visited the row farm Bureau I on Thumlsy evening the entire rived INn the horse shows tpsnred >& program. Brwttry
"Estate Planning" was the Munroe s honor at the National building, toured Bel remitter program will bs hell al lab Tatrjuin. by the tnuf la chairman. of this} P"JII'I"'oRtJUllne .

Tobacco Barn topic dlsrusaed M the Qulnry Exchange Press dub In Washington were ON DEAN'S LIST Company: and saw them make This I II enmetMng. new, to I The girt who will make the M.buttMs... Klbtlka was presided
dub last Wednesday at Otis Chandler editor of the Los Gloria Ann Person of Qulncyas anhydrous ammonia and other I that supper will be provided, Uwte trip are: Harms M./ultun, UnlaItaur over by PI'IIrt.nt *>
the Jefferson House. been named to he [Iou'. teflllltrn, enjoyed a fiu-ttX dinner of the Auxiliary after thedoming
Angeles Times, and Coved Lawrence >will be a campflre slngn ;Blaze StartedBy Introduced by Program Chairman well-knowa eokonnM. M lot the spring quarter at as guests of the company and 'and an kMtimvintl. mtwui, Iteynuldi, Urenda limpbtll. CarolHamllbm of the W.puvtlng wllli pray
Phil Spears, Wilson &. Mn. Mark W. Munros and Mr*. Norman College la Norman Park vtsttod a eastorbeaa farm a sugar I said the ltv. Guy Wade churchpastor. than Jeff,." Marilyn er ty Mrs. Massey.

Lightning trunk, trust officer from the Tallahassee George W. Munroe attended the (;e. beet farm, a eottun arm, amechantosd '1 Williams Judy Utsnn, Vk.kl

Bank Trust Company, cIInner. She is the daughter of tin feed M for rattle and The general Inpiri of !hit dU- "'Jd. Nancy cheer, Laura Fifty Floridians

During a rainstorm about Ifdock stated' that the primary reason Willie Pwton. _u.alre4 ea rage live ,,mash VlJUIIIt and fur paM die- Davis Virginia M.vlllwmt ray i

Friday afternoon Hghtntngttruck far estate planning It to arrange a Revival ServicesAt -- ilWAloft arat How Young People Khnnwr. Nan.y Ueane and carat' Named To Staff
a 140-lont tobacra barn pI'f'DI'l affairs and property to WHnrei, Talk to Tm AauutThemserves. Ji4wsa.

leased by the Havana Tobacco wen a wsy during his We time Talks to Tees. Abut Th ctrparester< are Mrs. R. 0.Wondward At
Leaf Corp. on the Martjeaa Farm that be and hit family would get Pleasant Hill s O hers. fUlding aJ.7 PennMttty Jr, .. Kseeirth, RidgocrestUnrktlaM
located about three miles east olHavana the maximum benefit After the Markham Mr LmntMn. Jedrosl
A revival meeting wtl begin plus, arao> tar the Ikme, compose: ene-nlntj of
death the would
>ersoo I property and ) laws .. Albert ) *'. Mew Kvba the tidal 4M summer staffers at
tt the Pleasant Httl
BaptM e
!barn full of Cuban type be transferred efficiently to the
_ The
Bowman and Mis Won.
Wand operated by WarrenLester desired beneficiaries. Church ea Sunday. July I. aecordun ..a i A parwH-tire pawl win W the Kyl 'the It lgs'rr.NNC.S Baptist A*>
burned to the ground to a -It takes lour people to crane to the pastor, J. J:. AutryIfcllXCBCnlm mayir .*i; th* program tAdy I rmhly. The fifty nnridUns, one
: FIRST BAPTIST if Own tries WIll bo
matter of minute The workers the proper transaction the Will be OfaiVfMd of the youth wtfl i'
had finished curing cut the to- lawyer accountant. Insurance representative Sunday with Amdajr School al be filling pUoM at reaptmitUIUyfor SUNDAY SERMONSA serving tl vartnue Intervals
II. The and trust officer" Mr. 10 ...... preaching enrtce at ass lay. July IHh to Ota rgaMxatkM Ihrnuxhnut the summer
bares la the ban June A sut-UI way emphaaM begin
> barn and tobacco which were Ststnmk: explained The mon 11 .... and bet at 11 mo.A at the church. sIte al the hnt lka4. I WUlart> awemhly J(. Weekt which la It manaavrof owned

considered a total lost were partially ey spent ta china so would bs Ibt nglng and pntaehsng aerv- tM Uurcb *- isMng the thnne, and by tr

, tosured.OnebaK best Investment ever made." Ice wU be held at t p.m.Rev. I At the Theatres ") '
acre of aa adjacentlobaoco Autry win W to dreged The l lurnhy dual M awkui Cwweatkn, Nashville.' HMII

shade was sUgbdy data Campsites Now the revival canoes beginningI 'I This Week foe the largest aiMKiaiM to July ma>* euwentkn Mtodukxl

aged by the daswFamous I each ewrntng.Th at the ktelcry ol the Dundayfchvi. tat wading tMsluna. ell August
At State Park chnrck to bated ea the I At .the Lot ThMtr tar 0* tar the lair iundny la II began June iMvllany -

SingersAt raeevO and AttapuJrus Mghay. enrting week are "Thnnaama July, a Mai altmrtaix ol 20Tla N .
Campsite t* seats sad trailers w today, rrktay and alurdsy. hr 1I/It1d&oe1Ald. All departments Mr. and MIL J. T. liaison of
.Save ken completed at the Three r chafed an hlunla/i bauble lrtun + under Dw dlwrrk of the fundsyrt Qubvy te among till ITortdagroup.

Chat'cheeThe I Rivers SUM Park 01 Lake Sen* Sallio Poston Is Nor te "'lei......." etarnng ..< IraimMp an planning toM .

MeJa-Tane a women'sWo note, aeeordtag to the fTorKla Randolph...... .....|, and k4a aa aftanthne sword IM* July.
It Bole.", Al the tnnnwng worship .hams,
fcrvtes. des'M SENIOR MYF TO
from Evar gal Cofege, Spring- Marine Enlistee
: aA (he will the sub1.
tall heat. MMkng and a dents William tfcfcw and Air pMtor trmKfc ea

e field.* Gad Mo Church.. win QanaII sing at Assembly rtIee. en I mtnora ate kaa lava eonenvr4 Mb laOkf lash ....... 11 ,.t :;.: :; si( hey I......... Towd- "The > "A Cmt Uaoivery." SPONSOR MOVIE
... ; Mrterd tsurtai The them of th* evening snv- The ardor MYr of
< T.W .. the Re* at the lemafioa toetarty year eld scales af Mm. JinMeresr '> Roh. sunmg 1eI' Ctnumary
July at
Monte frailer fee pjn* asmeaeed.la .1. the Am Waodrafl grads Perk and th* late Ksltaa Pine ....Jtt\IioL; ......,.. and Vlrtt* M tvr*. Harttog WdanrUy wUJ be Nigh .' Lw- MMntM Cburr la ap.rn.onng!
........." ry UnmUny MmMrr ef Muse, The lUhe" M the LM Theatre .
addMoa to vocal _ben. The work was done by tie to- ass ef Mt rv...". hta Binmilto te "far5tv.in .
fee vii tadada vtofla mates at lie Apatodsw ComefrMl tile fJMUd gtsw Marts* Corps.Vomtat SUNNY VALE XMl'ILHY:: : for Ncgroe wen ofkfaffy i Al the rrktoy and wtn lead 0M ehurrt to a pnta) ,..,.,. July T.PnrMds .

ota program by OB* o( the trio members.Lssote taowe M a cost tt 9, tavttoa. opanad Juna 22 darte? a abort caramoDy bald at t e.nuance. Satordsy Tb> Nutty Pmtnaor at congregational singing a.TomDMH4 hem the movie will

lea, BIle will say SBhHiuimK IH gndoato ef Qutory Quiacy Mayor Uoo t. Weaver rVjhO to pteTaaoooUa ," starring fled MarMumypl'js ky tIora erg**) and (tone.Mr. be seed to futsnea a lealor MYF
, made by. Charles The tej* wlea peon: ntflitac m-SchorJ h sdwduM to rent lockaon. local Negro uadartakar. with -rtncy Pasta' starring liormtoy win Mng and ethrriMMaral trip la NuIIvWe. Ten .. to JutgUH. -
.r canting and Ltwtlto Ban liavid will be fcrtudd .
student a* M campaac helKttse. sail yeast to Petite Idand.LCw tM Nape *mphati -
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va S4 Evangel,. during 1st freshman I .1 Made ..... : Gay It. to abetr oo fba left Photo by Morta'a Studio''beds. ."...... sub_, Oook Wnp: IWr- .Ay Senior MIl awmfaer.I '.


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The Entire Cost of the Trading Stamp He "Gives"





The, Customer ALWAYS Pays ALL The Cost of Every Successful Business:

All American businesses are started and run for one primary reason. This reason is to earn money-profits-for their owners.

The food store business is no different from any other business in this respect except that food store profits are smaller than
profits in practically any other kind of store.
Owners of several food stores,whicl"give"trading stamps admit that these stamps represent from two cents to five cents on
each dollar of sales. Who pays, then, for the extra cost of these trading stamps? Not the owners, because they must make a
profit to stay in business. Remember: the customer ALWAYS pays ALL costs of every successful business.

Have you considered the small return you receive for a book of Trading Stamps. A minimum purchase of $150.00 is requiredto
fill a book with Trading Stamps. For your$150.00 worth of purchases,you receive a premium worth approximately$3.00 Your
actual saving amounts to$1.00 for each$50.00 you spend in a Food Store giving stamps. When you shop at CASEY'S DISCOUNT
FOODLINER-YOU SAVE$4.00 to$6.00 on every$40.00. you spend. "WITH CASH SAVINGS ON THE GO"you get"MORE FOR

Because of these facts, CASEY decided to STOP SELLING STAMPS and START SELLING GROCERIES.


AND OF COURSE TOPS IN QUALITY Quality is No!an Accident but the Result of Sincere, Endeavor!

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303 Can Cream POTATOES '!* 59c No. 2 Can- Del Mont.
COLD CORN can 16c I Crushed PINEAPPLE can 27

2 Lb. Jar PalPEANUT CABBAGE lb. 6c io 0x.-Can (Soups Excluded)
BUTTER jar 51c All Flavors SEGO can 23 '

46 Oz. Can-All Flavors BANANAS ib. 10c 303 Can-
HI-C DRINKS can 29 Stewed TOMATOES can 21 c 1
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SYRUP Jar 85 White VINEGAR Bottle 25c REALEMON bottle 35c
Donald DuckCITRUS Tall Cans Medium Sunaw.st- R.frlg.rator Bottle
SALAD 303 can 27 RIPE OLIVES can 33c PRUNE JUICE bottle 47
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Corned BEEF can 35c VIENNA SAUSAGE can 19c SAUCE 10 oz. 69c

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES REAL a.EAN UP SLUGGER photographs of plants which defy people from the Pacific Coast and AN ENDURJN(: ASSIc
salt, sand cold and wind, a all the states between, to give
aM continuing highly Important work sine It them training In how to conduct
TOX CBATTAHCXJCHEC TRtBUNl deals Hith land conservation. It Juvenile protection conference'with
Published each Tbundiy at 15 S. MadUon StrMt describes more than 1,500 species the Judges of Florida repeating 1'
A Je"w H. frr N.w.vep.rIrSTABI.ISHED and 879 genera. I ; their ipeeches ot last Fall !
IBOI Seaside Plants ol the World"Is where each spoke In each con M F
Quincy florid an Indlspcnubls reference forth ference on a phase of the same 1' r

_.. __ ........ tad Oooi-r PIortM horticulturist, librarian and' luhjort, "The History, Juvenile yt
conservationist anywhere In the and Workings of th*
On. her as 00 two Years MM ala Month llt world, a practical and authentic I Court"
guide for gardeners living In seaside All who had anything to do
i, L UateblnMiB Pn* -
X085 desert or mountain areas allover with these meetings may leeljustinabl
Dot Corms __ sad N.wa the globe.YOUTH. I e In this development
f It undeniably a remit
GRO''' A of everybody's being willingto ,
4'O f ASKS go "the second mile" In makIng N
NATIONAl .DITOIAt the Florida conferences a
Tot a Faith sad e CbilUng ftucceu Following; the Conference
\\j6 HIGHER \O Good Examples and Good Ex- letters from Mr. Frost and
11Y1NG pUnitloni Known Limit from Mr*. Mary Spencer of Lakeland pfd
O Q TANDPS f sad Consistency And I the latter Publicity and
ie61'yON Q A Te B* Heard Public Relations Chairman for the
Br Dorothy B. Alexander, I Florida Congress showed the
PubUeailoni Spcclaliit. same enthusiasm for the program
Florida Division ol and atmosphere of the School.
The G.O.P. Chance Child Training Schools I Plan. are being laid to be sure
1010 that "second mils" In September -
One of the training schools for for P.T.A. representativesfrom
Af the Republican National Convention nears It ts Florida's:: wayward children, the all over the nation.
Florida School for Boys at Marlene -1 i
appropriate to look over the chances of the G.O.P. nom
will be host to a National RADISHES AND BEATLES
inee. The public opinion polls and most of the editors Conference this Fall and those of New York Radishes grow
and columnists of the nation say the Republican candidate our readers who ire Interested in t It when listening to music.
will have little chance. the training schools and in the I Hits discovery wu made by Lynn
public schools will be intrigued to Busboy, IS-yeir-old daughter of I
However, the poll. have been repudiated to a larq.deqree % BU51NES5PROF17y know how this happened to come a Columbia University protestor
,. about In a sophomore biology( class experiment.
in the 1964 state primaries and it Is too early to Last Fall three regional JuvenIle Four trays had the
say that public Imagination cannot be captured by the I protection meetings were held aam exposure until they were
G.O.P. candidate.It at three of the training schools three quarters ol an Inch nigh.
the other two having been at the Then, they were separated, one .
is true that President Lyndon Johnson begin. a. H Florida School for Girls at Ocala letting music by Lily Pont, one .g -
t and the Florida School for Boysat ward symphony, one had no Odd FactA
the favorite He has the old Democratic coalition to lookto Okeechobee, all sponsored by music, but the one hearing the .Washington, D.C.. walter Words of the Wise
for victory labor liberals, big city machine. and the Florida Congress of Parents Beatles out grew all the others admitted b* put s quantity of H. who U molt stow in

the South. According to the past this should be ..nouqh.y.t QUINCYCALENDAR and Teachers local P.T-A.'i, and NEVER BILKIndianapolis emetic la th* tea of the ret- making a promise is the
the Florida Juvenile Court Foun-
Oarenc Und taurant'i woman office mana most faithful la Its performsnci. -
some believe a basically conservative movement dation. This column gave an account g.r bwauM she ate .
alwiyi at
ol them si being er has never used a day ot hit
b strong throughout the country and that Johnson might OF EVENTSA lennlve, complete and compre-worthwhile annual: sick leave In the 37 years his table but never len bum a -(Jtu Jacques RotUMa.)

fail if he miscalculates or blunders In any way. In the extreme. H seems he has been a mailman. Under tip.
, hat the First Vice President of lhell accumulated iron year to
It iI true that in the last three presidential elections Community Service by theGaded.n the National Congress of Parents year nearly 3,000 hours or abouta
and Teachers Mrs. Ralph Frostof year and a half live-day)' work
far more voter have chosen the Republican nominees County Chamber of Commerce 827-8518 Knoxvllle, Term. (National ing weeki. I "
than the Democratic. But it Is also true that are many President for 1984-1963), who iterated I '
more registered Democrats. Calendar Is based the meeting at Marianna ROBBED TWICE
on Information reported by club
,not only found the conferences Long Beach, Cal. A thief \
The question Is whether Johnson can successfullyUtilize secretaries and program directors ai of the Friday preceding exceptional but th* School ss well! robbed Mrs. Edward Arthur of her p.V .
containing {30, In a parking
publication. purse
the old New Deal coalition for a Democratic vie. Exceptional and Vital ot Later when Mrs. Arthur ann
11>rf. He begins with a head.tart but It would be wrong toay To describe the meetings before her husband arrived at the motel ('
the G.O.P. candidate has no chance, for many things Thursday, July 2- Canning Center, 8 S; Florida State w* go on: Judge Bowdon they operated 2 bandits took a ()
Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St Hunt In bn dual role ol Judge of total of $600 from the cash regis- O
can happen change the mood of the nation between the Juvenile and Domestic Rela- her and from their apartment. :

BOW and November. Friday, July 3- Alcoholics Anonymous and ALAnon tons Court ol Polk County and 1'
Chairman of the Juvenile Protection An
optimist is usually an individual -
Thus the man nominated at San Francisco by the Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; Shrine Committee of the Florida who lell100II.. I

Republicans might be the next President of the United Club, 7:30: p.m., Klttrell's Restaurant; Canning Center Congress of Parents and Teachers

States, and while his chance might be less than fifty- 8.5; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12, Post Office. i phoned conducted excitedly these In meetings.late May from He you Nature care to ts take a great lessons.teacher, if ,

fifty, he does have a real chance. Monday, July 6- Kiwanls Club, 1 p,rn., Jefferson House; Jilcago was where Inietilon the National to tell School Congress S

Canning Center, 85, American Legion, John W. officials that Mrs. Frost had "tak\ ,. Otl 'tvv
The Stop' Goldwater EffortThe Shaw Post 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home; Masonic en the Door" that day and moved Floor Covering 4?

Lodge, Gadsden Chapter 30, R.A.M., Tal.Ma* that regional the other meeting stales patterned begin having after I' Formic 'tV'B ,,0I

curious thing about the many stop-Goldwater Quln Council 23, b p.m., Masonic Building; Soda Florida's! and that it be voted that i Including

drives In recent months I. that Republican leadership Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., Courtroom, Court the chairmen of tins Juvenile Protection -I I Inlaid linoleum rubbot Kitchen, bedroom, basement worlc-
and confused In test house.Tuesday Committees u( all the vinyL eerkCounter I
seemed to be hesitant every 'J be
states gather at the Florida School I shop-all can colorfully and

Governor William Scranton played the waiting game, July 7- Canning Center, 8 S; Rotary Club, for Boys performance at Marianna which for would a repeat I Top easily telephone conditioned.

a. had Adlal Stevenson, and then at the last minute 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meeting each thei., how to put on their Call our business office. Learn

Jumped !In as he had said he would not do. Ambassador 8 p.m., Garden Club; Lions Club, 7 p.m., Kittrell's own conferences and enable them' Work how little it costs to keep telephone
Cabot seemed formidable Goldwater Restaurant to see an "exceptional and vital convenience within
Henry Lodge a training school In operation." He I easy reach.
opponent at one time but when his organization threw it. asked U the School would be willing All Types
Wednesday, July 8- Navy Recruiter 10:30: a.m., Post i
chips to Governor Nelson Rockefeller, In the California to serve ss last to the** people M1Rl
and lost, this took much of the steam out of Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Klttrell's Restaurant; Exchange from all over the nation and Expert Installation .. L..p
primary il the little had the desired I a
Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center city
Lodge's boom. 85; Army Recruiter, Post Office; Marine Recruiter hotel -: motel accommodations.Natural I
the answer was a
Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower was the mot 9 12 noon, Post Office. pleased "y..." SHE(FER.BLITCrl
battling of all the actors In the drama. He appeared to I '
The Second Mile : fe* te lift Quincy Telephone
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of the It soon attained textbook status "' pit.QJe s. .
lap Senator Goldwater In a lengthy description Too Late And so it happens that one of f ni: i' floupa
desirable candidate, but then backed oil with a denial on and nn horticultural library Is the Dlvldlon's adonis and the ,
complete without II. For hit work own of Marianna will be hats to
the of the crucial California vole. Shortly afterward I
eve To with trees, Mr. Mrnninner has received
lie met with Scranton and reportedly urged him to run. Classify award. from the American
Horticultural Council, Fairchlld's '
Ju.t before Scranton was to announce, Dee changed By Kuweit Kay Tropical Gardens, th* Botanical

Ills tune again, It is said. Scranton hesitated, then several Hortirullurlitf particularly those Garden of Rio de Janeiro. The
honorary degree of Doctor of
day. later, announced he would be a candidate. who have struggled to develop an Science has been conferred on 81m1N' BUYS
attractive garden near the sea in him by the Florida Slat Univer
That was the story of the stop-Goldwat.r drive competition with ..II. sand and sity.
Never did major opposition elements gather around one wind will be forever grateful to Following publication of "Flow

nan and push him to the front, with a united effort, and hook.Edwin A."Seanlde Mennlngrr Plants for his of new the ering Trees of the World" requeits -
began to In from allover
the result reflected the tactics. World," available from Hrarthsld pour
glob for aid and
P...., 118 E. 28 St., New York Buglestions IN
16, N. Y. In growing and gnatstaming EVERY SIZE.
a garden In seaside areas
The Court And ConservatismThe It Is an encyclopedic guide to where land and salt and wind area
planning planting and maintain problem. .

reasoning of the U. S. Supreme Court, as presently ing salt resistant prdel1l.I This led to the publication of
constituted, has become a source of consternation with. I You will probably be surprised his second book, "Sraildo Plants
to learn that tiers art over l,- of the World" which I. probably
in ranks of the nation's conservative element 500 ippcles ol plants, trees and (h. moit complete and comprhenilv *-
shnibi that tan be succeailully work on th* subject ever
Latest example of that Is provided in a decision outlawing grown In waald. areas of the produced. It represents many
two type. of loyalty oath. used by the State ol world. months oIl'1'lI'arcll. supplement
They include a wide variety at with travel and worldwide
cor- Fords
for of them Big
Washington many years one upheld by graues herb mipondenc

the came court as recently as 1951. vines, .P.IlI'Nt.an: and trees. The )hook Is llluitrated with 400 : w
The book also deals with the prob- -.lc; ., Big' savings on luxurious Super
The court ruled out one of the oath. on the groundsthat lens of gardeners faced with the +_" Torqu Ford Giliutt, the

It required employes to affirm, among other things, problem ol developing a garden la smoothtst.riding carl in thtirdm.
mountain or desert areas when READY MIX Ford hIS won more
"undivided allegiance to the government of the United
wind and soil erosion
art a constant -' NASCAR sponsored races this
Elates." That language, the court held, was too vague threat. "' ] year than all other cars put

end general and imposed an undue burden on those Sine* the subject ts an International I CONCRETECONCRETE L W-.._!= --.--, f together-proof that Ford has
one, the author discusses
the the stsmins sod
Required to give assurance. I horticultural and conservational performance
And in passing, the Justices observed that such an problems In stride, desert and you want lor your duly driving
oath would make it Impossible for the Individual to support I mountain areas around the world
United State in world I with special reference to New
participation a government.The Zealand and Auitralla.I .
decision likewise bars the stale from requiring Its I have enjoyed the privilege of Middlesizefairlanes

employes say they are not members of the Communist ;numbering Edwin A. Mennlnger asa _
Party dedicated to the overthrow of the United States warm, pel'lOl1lllrlend for many BLOCK
years. A longtime resident att'CJrtda
government through force or violence. \ Menninger edited and .

t I I reasoned. In effect, that Communist Party membership published the Stuart News at tile _. B"| Mvingt on the only middle-,
did not necessarily make an individual subversive tame tim operating a flourishingnunery __ Sill cars with quilrty' proved
burner In lot same location. -
and that the two thing. should therefore not be regarded Oakland Concrete by 10 billion ownrdrlvitrmletl

Synonymously.If I Flowering frees became a hobby Products Company Your chance to enjoy
with him and his patnitaklng\ r- family'six* room king'size
the court felt the state loyalty oaths were too I Allen Bosttck
vague an4 end
,tearch on the subject coupled economy sports-car fed.Choic
end Impoeed too great a burden, there's reason to wonder with pemnal experience caused Job Tkcsalb. ,---. nnyw- of 5 .nl1n,.. Including
how its members regard their own pledge to "uphold him to writ his tint bonk "flow ILUI ,.... the urn basic V 8 that power.
end defend the Constitution." ering Tree ol the Wortd," published tine famous Cobra.
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Jifc CompactFalcons
For the sixth time since the cloture rule was adopted Call or Visit b rr

In 1917, the United States Senate recently voted cloture =

the shutting off of debate. The action came after a three-

.months filibuster on a civil rights bill ;& B>| Mvwf on Amncs s ...

Thus the upper chamber of the United States Con. chief \ 's'". : ..; new compKt Smnstlooaing. >

'grew famed the world over for Its traditional freedomof : QUI.tnt.run",,,,, too-tnankt",g u'pIu""t.rtd tee
debate crushed Dixie
a minority opposing the bill wktN rear bead improved

and paved the way for enactment of a widespread and I \', suspension end xtrs Insula
.historical bill ton. ChoIce of 17 different

Six times, and six time. only, has this been successfully "' it '.Icon models. ItCh s prowl

accomplished In the forty-eeven yean of Senate Rule &\. aiony-uvr from tile word gdSUMMER

:?. existence. Often the rule Itself has come under fire, o,

and numerous efforts have been made to change it.

But there Is a vast segment of opinion to the effect

that it would not be wise to allow a simple majority In

'the U. S. Senate to abut off debate In this traditional MAin 76262INSURANCE SIZZLER SALE!

chamber of free speech. Rule 22 now requires two-third.

l 'of the Senate to vote to limit debate (or 67 Senators out

of 100)).

Ironically, the recent cloture vole probably lessens I

\chances Rule 22 will be altered since cloture was obtained and REAL ESTATE I Inman-Johnson Motor Company, Inc.

on the hotly opposed and strong civil rights bill
(Nun- to" first Federal Savings A UM Aaonatioe.)
despite everything senior Dixie Senators could do to j 15 North Stewart Street Quincy 88 West Jefferson St Quincy. Fk
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(TJfYTY 1"1'1"1, Ot'lNOf UUKI1M.._ 17/111LtilhAY. .nlI..t.. rte. u._ ."., .

Jerry M. SmithCommissioned a and the Rev Reneau Domineyoindating. 'Airman Hiers

I IUJin'J Dow Study Interment.... in the

.1",1 (CmUmed from Far OM) Sycamore. Smith Cemetery Morgan with Funeral theClark Is Graduated :

2nd LieutenantMajor the Alomltot (modem undw Home In charge of arrangnnenW.Survivors Amarillo, Tex. Airman Third
ground home :2700 sq ft.) By. Inctuto three datag11'era
Central Henry W. MMtUan < mil time It is 4 p m. and we andue Mrs. B. L. Royal and Mrs.,,Oas Cecil C Ken, son of Mr.
the Adjutant General 01 In Lubbock, Texas at S p m., If A Greene both of Miami, and!and Mn. Cecil M. Bleu of Qulncy I I
Florida, announced today the t tpdntment I| fifty miles away to meet another Mrs. A. E. Mkkflebroohs of Athens has graduated from the technical /
of Jerry M. Smith, a new group and start another day, Ala.; grandchildren and training course for U S. t tt
a 2nd Lieutenant In BII'). C liAW By Bulrh You can see how three weeks of 8 great grandchildren. Air Fore warehousing specialists a t d

Bn, 265th Arty., DaytonBeach The advertiser Ia far more Interested going like this Is hard on even t a at Sheppard ATB Tex. for Your
following graduation fror: In whom he actually young agent like me. One mom-
the Florida National Guard OffCW1 doe reach with his message than big In Texas we got up before day; Forestry Report Airman Hiers who studied supply

Candidate School at Camp In how many heads are counted and went out with the cowboys The Gadnden County Forestry storage and nwterial hand-
Kg Air
Is bring assigned to an
to round cattle TltI..11
28 1M4. up
Handing on
If everyone uses a medium at t a Service report no smote fires In Force Lnglitici OMnmand (AFLC Day
81 candidates were commli" and exciting Open All
particular time. the past "w Number of woods unit at Hill AFB Utah. lila unit
atoned following commencemercxerclM One of the most reap vied research We then entered Oklahoma Ire since January 1 of this year AFLC mission of
at Camp Blinding Uyear. firms In the United States which Is real cattle country and a 24, burning 42.1 acres number support providing the Air Force operational r Saturday July 4
The graduation excreta after visits arrived back
recently released figure slid' many of woods tires reported at andmalnll'nll1l't
drew Urge attendance in Little Rock, Arkansas After d units with supplies, equipment
a Imo a
reaffirm the Importance of the this same time a year ago totaled setvlceee.TAB Closed Monday.
them were national, Mate, count). newspaper In terms of the kind ol board to Atlanta, Georgia, I 57, burning 3281 acres. L
local officials, and senior olficcrol person newspaper advertising\ another plane for home Rainfall the Quincy area during airman I graduate of Quln- "' July 6, 1964
the Florida National Guard and fluences. It had motor trouble as "e were the past seven day avenged cy High School entered the service
member of the Adjutant Gem According to the research re taking off and "e had to unload 3, Res dale. I: Havana, 180; and In ftbruary.
al'i itatt, along with the familie port 89 per cent of aU families and catch another plane. Bad county average, 113. GRADE "B" GEORGIA
and wives of the candidate. Ala with an annual Income of more weather was moving so we were
on hand was the 13th Army Bam than 10,000 are regular newspaper Instructed to keep our seat belts "
Florida National Guard, from Mlami .! readers. In ,oo fastened for turbulent weather DRESSED and DRAWN .J
playing elected number lor (10,000 bracket the then: was We arrived In Tallahassee at LEAF THEATRE t "
the occasion. I 94 cent. night, by Instruments What atrip' "
Congressman Robert L FSlkes. per shows, But II'. good to he back
The careful study again Phone MAIn 7-8311 FRYERS :
senior member of the Floi- lhat newspaper reading rises aa In good ole Gadsdrn .. ,

Ida delegation In Congress, dell: income and educational level ol tfamily I hope that the many 'Ideas MAKE THIS A BACK TO THE _. t
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ered the commencement addreai rises. Those who are most and things I learned may be beneficial

able to buy are moat likely to be to our own farmers In the MOVIE WEEKI! '
Training Camp I newspaper readers. yean" ahead.
Perhaps more Important. women :
especially In the higher Income Mrs. 72 ir'
For Foresters groups tend to use the newspaper Bryant, Thurt., FrL Sat, July 2,3,4 23 .

al a shopping guide. They 24 r lb.
Opens July 12 are women who are willing and Passes June I'M w MorttnllvsvwL .,.
able to buy. They have enough i
The 30th annual Forestrj Funeral services were conducted
money to shop around for stores for Mrs Maggie V. Bryant, 72,,
Training Camp opera July I aO'Leno CwT
State Park near Hlgl and good which appeal to them of Greensboro at :S clock! Friday PANSAUSAGE
Springs. most. afternoon In the Methodist Church
One retail merchant said: Greensboro with the Rev David
More than 250 Future Farmed at
et America from all "My advertising pushes charge 'Love officiating Interment followed
pant I oMorida
wlU attend. Two Inlet. accounts and monthly payment in the Sycamore CeJl1l'ole'Iin. 4 Ibs. $100
jlans. New customers which are '
live one week aetsioni itresi
training In practical forestry'I attracted by newspaper advertsng Bryant, a native of
are good credit risk who buy
Greensboro died at her residence 4TH19
methods, tropical forestry, gun
high profit goods END
last Wednesday She wasa CUT'I
arming, forest fire prevention and
"Too often other media bring
control farm forestry, tree Idem member of the Methodist Church '
customers who cannot make payments
location woods lore forest \In of Greensboro
and who are Interested only Survivors include one daughter,,
sects and diseases, outdoor recreation -
and wildlife In non-profit Items. Such business Mrs. Osborn C Belyeu of Miami M PORK
are vocational agriculture can be worse than no burfness." !Springs; two sons SP 4 Paul D. : I A\ ; :
Bryant. Ft. Stewart Ga, and '
students who have demonstrated INTIMATIQ
r'e <
an Interest In forestry, Keith L Bryant Gl'I'fIUoboroi; '

through Professional school projects. flrMEYI .1 two ford sister and Mrs.Mrs.Nannie Blanche Sumner Sam-, >cCAIIT'S )
foreaters from tin i
Florida Forest Service, the tin both of Tampa; and I grandchildren FAHULOU$ ZA A I I ae'. ,gip lb.49C
ccitiI ,
verity of Florida School of 1'uentry I rmMALICt +, e s
and private Industry make I The Butler- Morgan Funeral
I I of
Instructional Home was in charge arrangement
up the staff. Camp I .
counsellors Include Florida ly mitt MNIT !
tional agriculture leathers. vocal
Operating expenses for the For Not that anyone much except Graveside Rites
Miry Training Camp oldest n of I maybe Mrs Scranton wanted to

III kind In the nation are paid know his whereabouts, but Gov. For J. A. Bourn No Empty 4lbs. $100
by forest products Industrie Scranton made it known he was B.Ilies
laving a "conference on strut.rgy" Graveside II'rvlCYoe.... conducted '

Silver Spurs week-end.with Gov. Rockefeller last 63, of Quincy for Joseph at 4 o'clock Allen Sunday Bourn, qa the THREE LIVES ofI

A campaign to get the voters afternoon at Hlllcrest Cemetery FROSTY MORN
Rodeo Set For off the Goldwater standard runs
with the Rev. Reneau Domlney assisted ,
Into a lot "strategy" and correctly by the Rev. Thomas Cut-
July 3 4 and 5 Identified In this case that offli latlng. $100'
Rockefeller is loaded with millions tiM
Bourn, a native of Columbia ci FRANKS 3
The Silver Spun Rodeo oldest in "stralegy"Meanwhile Miss, moved to Quincy It I t Mc000HAN ya4l HAMPSHIaE : v \
and largest In Florida, will celebrate the darkhorse entry years ago lie wai a retired mer- ,
1 s maim YAlg1tn
tr tyA1u1
its 200th anniversary with In the GOP handicap, the LBJ chant. pp>

performance July 3, 4 and 5 1 In Ranch's "Sir Echo," has completed Mr. Bourn died al 1:45: Friday trrar.Iw OR
ill arena in Kiuimmce. not working out In Viet Nam. evening In the Gadsden County SPEARMAN
Included In the Kluimme "Sir Echo" Is a replacement llospilul.
weekend festivitin will be the for' "Lordlk'Ison," who was scheduled SurvIvors are his widow Mn.J. 2Q079c

Florida Quarter Horse Associa to wear the LBJ Kanchi '. A. Bourn, Quincy; a slep+on,
Con Jamboree.The pink and black like (sic) but'Lord Sonny Burke of Atlanta, Ga, two
rodeo held aeml-annually Nelson" suffered a serious brothers, D. K. Bourn at Vivian Sat.. July BEER
attracts cowboys from across the injury to his ego when he stumbled La,, and Cart Ileum, Columblt,
United States to compete In tin In the "California mistStakes"recently vlin.; and one sister' Mrs.Ueorge DOUBLE FEATUREWESTBOUND 6 Bold
bronc and bull riding calf nod, W. Gainer of Panama 79c
lug and steer wrestling Tlu "Sir K
summer's rodeo will again teatur I GOP handicap, would be pitted Serving as pallbearers wereOtto

the famous Silver Spun Quadrille against "Lady Birds Laughing* I Joyner, Cecil Hectic, Jimmy
darning on horseback ik y" and 'While Hope the Alabama Cd Vtaary
square Auman G. C Larsen
I mavrkk in the 110, Hum and AI Smith. $150.00 .
The Silver Skies| Rodeo Is I I Derby" at America Let Downs In The J. B. Adams } llf'l'IIlIoml'

Rodeo Cowboys Association KCA ,Nov was In charge of arrangements-
approved IYcnl.PprformBl1l'f'. The old political railblrdi predict Sun., MOD July 5.6 Jackpot $100LAST
will be held aI "Sir Echo" may better the I
pm. on Friday and at 2.39: pm, record of that great blueblood by Court Reverses
M Saturday and Sunday. Ego out of Conceit' "We. Toy PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES WEEK'S
Ticked may be purchased: at Dcwey." Split DecisionNew STOKLEY'S CUT
the gate. Winner -
Orleans June 22 A r

lTrE human tribunal of the Fifth
Graduates From U. S. Circuit Court of Appall In GREEN
New Orleans' has unanimously reversed 'BEANSi
W.A.C. Center TrJE a 1982 Federal Trade

P; Cummuaiun: split decision chalknglng i
rot Mary Carter Paint Co'i '
Typist SchoolPrivate -
"Buy One Get One Free" offer .
2 303 45c1Ir"
Maxine L. Renfme
June 28, 1 4Gadsdcn The court' opinion noted that
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oar Y'M.t 1 Com
core Renfme of Quincy was graduated County Times Mary Carter has consistently U- M
\ June 28 as a clerk-typln Quincy, Florida lowed Die business nolky of manufacturing
from the U. S. Wom",'. Army Dear Sir: and selling hlgtHjuallly ""i JITNEY JUNGLE
I would like to let you paint al a price comparable NIr
Corps School at the WAC Center. (.
Fort MtClellan Ala how very moth I appreclaledyour to the price of national brand
In addition to learning kindness and tnnughtfulnesa paint ct comparable quality and

office skills dunng the genera eight In sending us a copy the of graduate your June :advertising and giving the 'pur- .: OLEOBUCK 2 Quarhn 37c
week course, the students an 18 Issue carrying atQuincy. laser a second can free. The '
trained In military rorrespnndenn story of Wyndel Hubbard court upheld the pn|rtety of MARTHA C. CROOMS
and Mary Carter offering and adver .
Army prier
As probably rvalue, we
Urea keep a acrapbook at all news regarding a -- GOLD MEDAL
Mont students entered (hi .
our college. Since we order Villitm lloldn I sail Axirrf Ii.tb.e.taahola.ly ape MMliEiffel doe
course after completing basic service, Federal Trade Commlssbn Town ia'PARIS WHEN IT StZZLLS." a rmiimat g.4w,
have clipping
do not a dated July IS, IMJ. which the
military training here and wrugo
to Job assignments at Army, there are many stories, undoubtedly hat company Immediately appealed. PEPPER CaD 5c
which are printed weover
luring then appeal. Mary Carter
post and headquarters offlcn
throughout the tmled Slates, know about. I hat continued Its promotion and .... July 7,
1 want to know yours
advertising of Hut tree dliT.
f Bale Private of Quincy Renfroe Illgh U a School.1883 grad She Is the only newspaper aa far, out I The Appeals Court consist at The S.nlor! MYF of the Methodist Church FAULTLESS
of at last thirty that we
Circuit JiMites Jwrpa C. llutcbe-
was employed by Chester I Gro prettnti by Spdol Requests
Brown mod'beret
Jr and John it
eery Store In Quincy prior III our graduates and commencement, son. District Judge Herbert 20 Oc.
Joining the 49c
hat has sent us a copy of the W. Uiristenhnry sitting Inc thecase THE ROBE Can
story alter It ran. The drriaion Is dated June
It was very
II, but was not mad public until
we extend our heartfel 1 and 1 shall remember the today. Starrlnq Richard Burton.Victor Mature PURE With$3.00 Grocery Order
In thwrespect
thanks to those of you who n name of your newspaper
pressed your sympathy. to at. as standing out among

many recent thoughtful bereavement way Your during kind our all Thank the others.youxSincerely. IMrs. Nordhaus Starts Wed. July 8 L A RD. jugs 19c I,

-eases have meant m\JIit to us. Here
The family of Mrs. June Bothwell ire oaraes Crthef ea_ r
\ Maggie! V. Bryan Assistant I* Public I Funeral servten were n.r acted ,
Relations Director: for Mrs. Beetle Strain Northaua gGMe.SMnb9I.-" DOMINO
The Florida Public RelationAssociation Florida Presbyterian CollrgtSI. : (I. of Qutncy at U .'d rll yeaerrlay _
will bold Its 28th an. Petersburg. Florida
morning In the Crrtnarresnvterlan
Dual meeting al the Evergladn I' Oases trtrh Rw ii.'. 03 SUGAR Limp 2 SL b. 49c
Hotel In MIamI Oct 21-24 Sam 21, IM4 Roy Lrww and OM Ito*. Ralph .r tawaaM =1 ltk l Customer Bag
200 public relations expert ",Uattend. Dear Editor: MtCaskill oOdatlng, Interment
I wonder It there are other was Is Listens Ometery. M n1 NIII edFr1 INS Oa 1 _
people here who M a! I do about Mrs Nordhaus. who was ban
the dogs mews taw to guincy. moved tram Cretnala
la Affcantat
SEPTIC TANK Maybe there are aunt who aka are Qulnry It yean ago. S. was FARM FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES
such dog I lovers that ftey
a metnhrT of the Cretna fresbytenMOwrrK -
SERVICEVACUUM leaves them running an parka, HILL DRIVEINPhone

raiding garbage cam and scailrring Mrs. Nordhaua. dial al I.U Mia SUNIIST
the garbage barking aOthiuighi day aflmooi' al __.
the night, and !lying eutM MAln 74835
fcrvtwrs tnrM n> ewe
rose middle of the street'I W. Nordhau et Away ands LEMONS 19cVINE
9 Sometimes thry wo & twit around move doter Mn. Robert McPhaul. -
and you bave M dnve .
then t. SOTP Iran naming 11I'11'11IrJ I Vfttn M palUirajvr wen FrL Sat. July 3, .

ttamv JoIIoW the mal MB Gevge H. 1mI.... wanes wanm,
am droves, barking and burinf.At Mal Hrrrtn. Samoan MahanVy THE NUTTY PROFESSOR .f1 "
S:W DM! manor* there was apark Newn tdwank and Welter Mum
of dogs M any hack
sue I do wad Stoning Fred MacMurray 'ir" '
yard bariuoc and pUkrtng. The J. a AdaiM rsseral Hone TOMATOES .JIf"
CLCANO 51. owi but a-wr a aM .
mat was is cta/i arranconnu.Mrs. ALSO A
BCPJUBED ppstaepIwd-. my yard beat: -- r
and ,.u..L j" ;
: 1 have M ebtsitta to any person Ada Clark ,
I 6278403Nkjhte Met S a dot swy want c:
but M tow where bosace Dies In Miami ,
do; t.ttrQet. I tMok *<** she Starring Bob Hop and Lucille Ball lb.19c
177-UU ova oc snouU be ngulivd toCM Mr*. Ada Taylor dark, M. atCrmsfaor
Bass al tore or n a Jeasft 4M. al I 20 Friday j
QUINCYVAULT and M aOow tern M teen .... '--. ivy M to M-mL S
Tnos wbotWM ..* dog and A aaave fill ttrtaat County, Sunday. July YELLOWONIONS .
da Ml want 0n should not taw Mrs. Oart was a ironed mired
CO. M be ceottwaBy .,....... and a.site and a nmbrr d the MY SIX LOVES

VAULTS MONUMENTS haw tear property' deipaktl to ..hodHt CbKrrh M. Gncaahnr, 4Ibs.2'c
tier ass now* air *fl evA fMeral amrtcM: were aoiductI > I IJ Ij
MAmtDfE DIM .... em I at 4 m rrtacfc Itevisy alMrmm Starrtnq Debbie Reynold II
Quwcy RMtdr& at ... Crarmtnra MrtknM j
QTOiCT Burma lfei lts. Qunrjr avei wQ.e get. LAnvee Lave I

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Penan herring Item of social! nature are urged to can

Mrs May s. RlcbardMn at MAID 7-8503 !

nna _n nnnannn..nn..

Martin. Passing nut were" the
Misses Carolyn Jeannie and Maim _
Porch. Mrs. Gilbert Porch
kept the bride's book. Greeting
guests were Mrs. Steve Stand- y ,
ley, Mrs. B. T. Porch and Mrs. i
S. P. Joyner.
When the couple left for their -- -.. --- -

wedding trip the bride was wearIng VOLUNTEERS who assisted with the Red Crow Blood Mobil last Friday arc shown

whit a accessories.blue shantung Her wit cottar with at the Jefferson House receiving advanc. Instruction. In the center i* Mr. B. Mldgtt

was the orchid from her bridal (whit uniform and cap) d Mobile, Ala.. who wa the volunteer training Instructor ice I
bouquet The couple will make Blood Mobil Aide On Mrs Mldgett's left 1* Mrs. Robert Gardner. chairman ol

their home In Greensboro volunteers for Blood Program Aid**. Mr*. Richard Gardner (right) I Ia ccwrhainncm.

Mrs. E. T. Hancock entertainS Photo by. Martin' Studio \
ed the members ol the wedding
party with a supper at her home berry. Mixed summer flowers from a three weeks visit in Vero tion. They are visiting the Northwestern -
on Washington Street Friday ev were at points of Interest Beach with her eon and daughter states and Canada while
N ening, preceding th rehearsal Guests Included a few friends In law, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall away.
ot the bonore who often visits Barnes and family and with her MIke Taylor and Arthur Ashley
Miss Robinson her*. daughter Dr. Mary Sue Barnes in are attending the State Musi
Denton, Texa I IMra. Camp at FSU. in Tallahassee.Mr .
A. K. Gholson and granddaughter R. W. Thrower and chlV
Lt. Fear To Wed
Miss Laura Gholson; dren have returned to their horn
perjona have returned to Chattahoochee in Atlanta following visit with
Mrs. Henry Allen Rob- after visiting Mrs. N. L. Wood relatives her.
t InmtLaurel: Decatur, Georgia, and bery and daughter Susann. Manning Taylor and ion and
Park, North Carolina, have Mr*. Edward Woodbery of Au. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ray Munroe Ben Duncan, Jr. are in Eustl l
announced the engagement ol their [usta, Ga. arrived Sunday to visit and children of Macon are expected wher the boys an playing golf.
to strive this week from
daughter Roberta Floy to 2nd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H- Mr. and Mn. 0. H. Berry ol
Macon to visit his mother Mn
Unit Robert Tear, United State with
Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Albany, Ga. spent Monday
Norm! Munroe.
Army Reserv. son ot Professorand B. Woodbery. Lt. Woodbery will Mr and Mrs. Morris Peterson and
Mr. and Mrs. Graves Wilholt
Mrs. Arthur Tear ot dcmson,
join his wife later. family Their daughter Marcella
Mis Wilk
Diane of Vero Beach arrived yesterdayfor
South Carolina. I Mrs. H. C Munroe and mother Peterson who spent ten days with
h visit with his brother In law
Miss Robinson Is a June grsdu-' Mr. and Mr*. M. M. Wiles of ToUahoss. announce tins.ngag.m.nt Mn. J. A. McCormac spent and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Douglass them in Albany returned to Quincy
ate of the University of Georgia the weekend with Mrs. Ruby Harris with them.
ol their Dion Brooks and other relatives. From
to BillWayn*
with an AS. degree and teacherscertificate at t the Cove Hotel Panama Lt and Mrs. Howard Harrisonand
In Spanish. She Is a Smith, on of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Smith, ciao of Tallahaso here they will go to North Carolina daughter Leslie Elizabeth

member and former officer at .. Th. brid-.lct 1* a gradual of Loon High School Qty.Mrs.. Emily Quarterman and Mr.to and vacation.Mrs. Lucien M. May Williams who have been In Germ
Alpha Gamma Delta social sororty and i* presently attending Lively Technical School In relatives have u guests her 11IIwr' spent the weekend In Pensacolawith any for soma time will arrive her
also ot Alpha Lambda Delta In daughter, Mr. and Mrs next week to visit her mother,
Tallaba*. Mr. Smith graduated from Leon High School : their ton In law and daughter
s honor society for freshmen, and J. D. and family ot Brooke.Mrs. Mn. Douglass Brooks and bur
of the Sigma Delta H honor and 1* employed by Keenan Auto Parts of Tallahassee ville. and, Mr. and Mn. George Logglns band. They are now visiting Lt

(Spanish) society; and played the The wedding will be an event of September 4, at 7:30: E. M. Dyal had u recent Mrs.daughter.John Wilson and daughter Harrison's parents, the Rev. and
cello In the University 0rdIet- p.m. at New Hope Primitive Baptist Church In Tallaha- guests her brother and wife Mr. Anne and Rebecca ot North Highlands Mn. Hubert Harrison In Buffalo,
tra. She has been a frequent vU- .... All friend and relatives Invited. and Mrs. H. F. Anderson and Calif who N. Y.
are are going to
Thomas Talon tor In Quincy a the of her their granddaughter Judy Roland
Mr*. Robert guest Atlanta to make their borne Mrs. Clinton Darling and children -
uncle and aunt Colonel and Mrs. of Atlanta. They also visited with are
William M. Robinson, Jr. Club Meets Mrs. Pat Suber Mr. and Mrs. Tod Bell at St. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. Elizabeth, Martha and David
Porch And Tuesday M. Ramble and other relatives.Dr. ot Baltimore, Md, are visitingher
I Miss Mary Her fiance I I. also a June graduate With Mrs. Brooks Hostess At Bridge I George Mrs. Henry Island.Faulk returned Wilson will com for the week mother, Mn. Amos Davis.
of the University ot Georgia end and his family will go to Mn. E. G. Beinhart Jr. and
from Marianna when she
Robert T. Fason Wed June 21The with an AJJ. degree. H* served The Tuesday Morning Duplicate MIlo Pat Suber was hostess to has been visiting Mr. and Mn Atlanta with him. children ot Oemson. S. C are
on the Georgia Debating Team Oub with Mrs. her Mr. and
Bridge met Doug- her bridge club Wednesday after J. M. Slmms. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffin are here visiting parents
and is a member of Sigma Delta sss Brooks this week. Fruit noon. Mixed garden floowralllfl' Mrs. Fount May Sr. has returned expected to return home July 8th Mr*. Arthur Corry. Her motherin
Shelter Memorial Chapel ornament was a diamond pendant, PI honor (Spanish) society. He balls,, hot biscuits with ham, dips, at Interest points. Preceding the from a vacation at Emerald following a trip to San Francisco law, Mrs. E. G. Beinhart of
:was tlr setting Sunday, June 21 a gift from the bridegroom. Mill II presently stationed at Fort cookies and coffee and Cokes came lilt served a dessertMrs. 1 Crest where she spent sometime where he attended a meeting of Philadelphia I II also visiting with
for the marrlag* of Miss MaryKate : Bragg, North Carolina.The were served. Party forks were the American Medical Associa them.
Porch to Robert Tbomu Gall Cox of QuIncy, was maidof wedding will take place on awarded for prize. Bill Dodson was Ughcor with the Fount May Jr. fam-
honor. Bridesmaids were Mist I winner on this occasion.
28U In the Rutland
Sunday 1Mrs.
Fason. The bride If the daughter Mrs. Albert Kohnk and Mn.
Joann Hatcher of Jacksonville,, J. C Davis has returned
of Mr. and Mm. Louis E. Porch csusln of the bride, and Mlsi I Chapel In Decatur of the at First> o'clock Baptist Church In the Sam Hlgdon won first, Mrs. Jack from a visit in Orlando with her HARRISON AUTO PARTS
.tt QuIncy. Th bridegroom Is PeuEllman\ : ot Greensboro,, afternoon. Uchardson and Mrs. Douglass Birth AnnouncementDr. ion L. P. Davis and family.
the ton of Mr. and Mrs. James liter ot the bridegroom. They Brooks, second and Mrs Lee R. Mr. and Mn. Fierce Williams USED CARS
'.),I. Estman of Greeniboro. wore Identical street length drees Munroe and Mrs. George W. MUD- and Mrs. Pat Woodward of went to Macon Saturday accompanied USED PARTS for all makesof
Seven bttnrh candelabra holding es of turquoise peal d* sole with; Luncheon Set roe, third.Bridge. Galnnvlll! announce the birth of by their grandchildren.
lighted whit tapers and arrangement matching tulle headpieces and I a son June 24. He weighed nine Pierce III and Marda. There Cars and Trucks
of whit gladioli carried nosegay of Goza pompons. Tomorrow Club Meets pounds and one and a half ounce they met their parents, Mr. and 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
.Got pompon and gypiophil on With Mrs. BatesMrs. and has been named Frederick Mrs. Pierce Williams, Jr. of
either tldt of the altar formed the Rlngbearer was Michael Porch, May Woodward. Greenville, S. Co'' and returned BUY JUNKED CARS

background for the wedding par brother ol the bride. Mime Virginia : ot Miss Library Sara and May Education Love, chairman Department M. B. Bates, Jr., enter-I Th* couple has another son, home with them. 1422 W. Jtiferson MAin 7.7115SCOTT'S
ty. The double ring ceremony wa Fain was organist! tamed her bridge club Tuesday. Pat Munro Woodward. Mrs. J. M. Barnes has returned
ot The QuIncy Woman
performed by the Rev. M. Timothy Franklin ot Green..
Shsrpton Mixed
summer flowers were atnterest
dub Is entertaining tilt new commIttee -
Elder. boro was best man. Ushers wen points. Preceding the
Th bride wa given In mar- Randall Standley, Gen Howe: The with a luncheon tomorrow. game she served refreshments.Mrs. I
committee consists ot Mn.
liege by her father. She mOle and Frank Edward
.for her wedding full length Amos Davis, Mn. W. M. Robinson John C Minion was Ugh
of whit silk a A, Th bride parents were bostist I Jr., M.... M. W. Munroe, Mrs. SCOT winner and Mrs. Arthur
gown organza. I
border ot lane applique with seed I North a reception Adams Street In their home tilt or Albert Flake, Mrs. Maurice Owens,I flail, a guest, held low.
pearl at the Fforentln neckline, ceremony. following Mrs C W. Thomas, Sr., Mrs. T. Mr*. Randolph Thrower of Atlanta REPAIR SHOP
accented the long fitted bodies I The bride' table was cover and sleeve terminating In call: I with an Imported out-work dolldown I Mrs. Maxwell, Mn. players enjoyed the
points. Th full skirt swept I and was centered by a silver canof James Pfetl\, Mrs. Earl Schofield, gam
Into a chapel train. Her veil I delabrum. Arrangements ot sprint; Mrs. Fisher Williams, Mrs. W. D.
Illusion cascaded from a coronet t I flowers wen at vantage pin. Liggett, Mrs. Ralph Porter, Milo Mrs. K. A. MacGowon
tt lace, sequins and seed pearls, throughout the W. L. Montague of the Junior
party room
club and Mrs. Clinton Basset! Is Bridge HostessMrs.
She arrIedIOIIquet of I .
Mrs. A. L Gregory cut Ito
of the Quincy Woman. HAS MOVED TO
French carnations and a tingliWhit wedding cake. Pouring were MIll ireeldent ub K. A. MscCowan was ho*..i
cattleya orchid. Her only Carol Manh and Miss Sandn I lea to her Thursday afternoon. .
bridge dub. Flown from herarranged I
HAVE' YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED Hospital Report garden wer effectively
In the living and dining rooms.

AND BE READY FOR JULY 4THI! Jan II through June SI teas Following served an the attractive game the party hoe- CITIES SERVICE STATIONCORNER

AcImJuIarI.-lorreet Davis Jr. plat*.
MORROWS WILL BE CLOSED Carl 8. Fryer. Mm. Nancy Su
her, Mn Rosa Psrramor Master Bridge Club Meets
ALL DAY SATURDAY! Thomas H. Strickland, jot A.

rhrolson Mrs. Ida C Barlneau,
Mrs, Ftoretta Shuler, Doe Carney. Mr*. C Cowsrt and Mrs. K N.
Mrs. Gall Lowe McQualg, MIll Alewin entertained their bridge
Dean Sanders Mrs. Pauline Naif, dub at the Havana home ot the
and Mrs Florrle Mills, Qutn y. former Wednesday. Colorful summer LAWN MOWERS
flowers were at point otInterest
Thorns W. Green, Mrs. Ruth
Taylor, Greensboro; Mrs. dam
Mrs. Potter Woodbery was Ughscore
0 Nesl. Wallace Stewart Midway
Mrs. E. H.
Mrs. Irlsteen Atwell\, Milo Don winner Routon.
{ second high Bingo prize was OUTBOARDS CHAIN SAWS
Weaver, Bristol; Mrs. Sadie Ow-
Mrs. Marvin Miller.
won by
ter, Mrs. Edith Daniels, Mn.
At conclusion cf the the
Ida Barber, Havana; Mn Mary gam
Louis Bryant and Herman Rowan bosteese served a parfait with

,, Chattahooche cookie HAVE THEM REPAIRED NOWI
BIRTHS: Mr.and Mra. Harvey
Sober, boy, June MI Mr. and Morning Coffee
Mrs. Malcolm Atwell. boy, June For Mrs. Gholson
B 25; Mr. and Mn. K. If. Bryant.
Jr. girt Jun 26: Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Alton Towles entertained WHERESCOTT'S REPAIR SHOP
Jack McQualg, girl, Jury M. with a morning coffee 'Thursday
tw.e In honor of Mrs X K. Cholera otChattahoorhe
fell UIU WHO AR[ ... bpi Mir.. Bridge Club MeetsAt *, who was visiting .

her.. daughter,_ Mrs.. L._N. Wood-

rates our Howard Woodward entertained
her bridge dub yeete
lay afternoon at her horn Muted

Sanitonedrycleaning 11 summer arranged flowers In the were"party ttlective-room LACKzwSx2OI7 THAT HAS PARTS IN STOCK

i' 'receding the pmt she served
a deeaert
Winners ol high and low scores

;"excellent"Keep Tally Club Meets

I With Mrs. Monroe

Mrs. Lamar Munro. Jr. snertalned j POWER PRODUCTS
lettering the litany Bridge Oub
"ud with a luncheon at her bom on I
King Street. Colorful IUIIII1ItrfIowera
to& k.* yosjr portwer / were effectively arrmnftdla

wttt Saniton the party rooms. MERCURY JOHNSON EVINRUDEIN
.. ot! Following the gene lunch was -
served at on* o'clock.
AfMT YM lee Yew Doctor.
'Vot/I spv.. It* Birth Announcement Bna|Yew rmcnpuo.T*Us

.l isw r.T Mr. and Mrs. Wayn* Devi atHendenonvill SERVICETO
N. C, amount*
the birth ot a daughter June Mat
the Margaret ParoV Memorial F. P. May
Hospital Th baby weighed YOU OUR CUSTOMERS SINCE 1958
six pounds eight\ ounce and bas Drug Co.
been named Tina Maria. Sn has i
two brother, Harold 4. and G Phone 6277601Qulncy.
don. S. The: paternal ey-I nO.j .
Brvtsof Qutnry.


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'bett) and daughter Cathy and Be-
thune, S. C, hli brother sister
I in law. Mr. and M.... F. M.
PAGE SmIth and Sandy of Cordeto, Ga.
I and uncle, Locke Smith of Quit

I I man.Dr.. and Mrs. Everett Myer.

Penona boring Ittma ot nodal nature tae urged to call Jr. and children Mark and Marihave I I
returned to their home In
Mi*. May S. Ricbardban at MAID 74503 I Kalamasoo. Mich, following a

visit with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. James McAlpin and brother
The Bit II long Sultry hot in law and abler, Mr. and )tn.
weather U at the top. Trimming Homer' Cheater and family. AM
hedges mowing lawns and pulling Chester accompanied them home :
weeds are the main tasks that for a months visit She will thrill B E L K- THURSDAY.. JULY SECOND THROUGH MONDAY JULY SIXTH. FOUR EQHUDSON'S

take the itarch out of a garden points d Interest in Michigan, Indiana
Mr. and 1\1.... Jame* McAlpInand
The avid gardener the
worst tasks done while the neighbors grandchildren Gloria and WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY FOR YOUB

are still snoozing. So, it you Homer Chester. Jr. are visiting Al
are an early riser you are In luck relatives In Blakely.

J u most ot the browsweatingtasks Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Doyle WILL NOT WANT TO MISS. PLAN NOW TO CELEBRATE WITH SAVINGS
can be completed in the and two ton ot l tier lli*. Ala.
dewy cool of the morning. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art 1uts,1, 1 1 FROM
ot Park Rapids Minn,
However be selective with the Boyle
sunrise work. Do the Jobs that pent the weekend with Mrs. Gordon -
ere Mr. and Mr*
ke make little noise. Awaking the Boyle' parents
neighbors with a lawn mower |Hiram Brinkley. AND MANY OTHER StY-ROCKETING BARGAINS!
perhaps won't get you booted out
d the community, but tongue Eye Pressure
lashing later In the day will

make you feel like a heel. L
Mulching shrubs In the early
morning is a nearly soundless '
task If you grease the train cart Lions Meeting HOSIERY
wheels The neighbors will stay
In their beds and the plants will The Qiattahoochee Lions had avery Light and Dark Shades. e-
enjoy beds blanketed with organic Interesting program recently m
All Slz.s. 59c.
trash. when Dr. Charles C. Turner d Req.
talked to them about glaucoma
Mulch win keep plant roots and eye pressure, and also
cool and comfortable during the ..pJ
demonstrated a new Mackey- '
hot months and tend to prevent Mar g Electronic Tonameter, 44c PAIR
damage from nematodes. Mulcheskeep and 4
which was recently designed
down water bills, reduce
built at the University ot California. I
backaches caused by pulling MATCHED
weeds and furnish plants with
food. He told the Lions that the eyeball
Trimming shrubs Is like trainIng Is similar to a tennis ball SOCKS andHEADBANDS
the diaper clan. Both need tilled with water, and that aome
constant attention until they form time the drainage duct leading '
from the eyeball get stopped
correct habits. So trim ornamentals
I up, causing a pressure on the eye
4 Just as soon u fresh,
tender growth shoots out of place.I which brings on glaucoma and Beautiful Assortment of
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Miss Jan Rae EUaman camellia cuttings since hand a check-up. at least once a
Hush of growth Is half
Mr. and Mri. Harold K.y. EUaman ol Atlanta Georgia Cut oft three to four Inch lengths Madtey.Margpressure o Toname
favorite varieties and
announce the engagement of their daughter Jan. Ra. ot place your them immediately Into your ter is the latest device for checking .. Assorted MATERIALS

EUaman, to Allan McIver Bottick Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs. cutting beds. It you use the old eye pleasure, he slated.Talmadge t

Allan Mclver Bostlck of Quincy. Mill EUaman U the system of rooting tip cuttings high degree Slay of who has and a astigmatism very / Excellent Values hi Every Yard.

granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mri. Martin Frederick near a leaky faucet they should was 1I'TatoI'YI have his

Burghard of Quincy and the late Mr. and Mri. Earl Claud. under take root constant in about mint six rooting weeks. lime But presiaire recorded and all the 4 YARDS $1.00 '

Shaman of Michigan. Th. bride .lect graduated from will be shortened by two weeks other Lions who wished to do so

Gordon High School in Atlanta. Mr. Bostick U the grand- Tip cuttings from oleander and had also. their Lion W.eye K,pressure Johtuon checked was the 1 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
ion of the late Mr. and Mr. Richard franklin Spiller of hibiscus will root in a few weeks chairman. The meetingwas

Jacksonville and the late Mr. and Mri. Henry Fuller under make too constant many mist.dally If inspections you don't program presided over by Lion A. U 1 COTTON PRINTSTwo 4

Boitick of Quincy. The future bridegroom was graduatedfrom you'll get a real surprise In three Thlgpen President. m
the University of the South Sewanee, Tennessee weeks after cuttings are placed In to Ten Yard Lengths.

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large white roots will form M lilt
wedding will take place August 12th at St Paul's Episcopal but end of each cutting. _._.

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NATIONAL STANDARD LIFE dub entertained of which the they Coup are member Bridge I SHOES

at their home Friday night Colorful TS.v.ral
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P Mr. and Mrs. George
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RECREATION TOP(The TEN week RITTE ending,. June SI) Episcopal I PEOPLE CALLED BAPTISTA I Alma Dean, 66, HOrSB The :Hous VOTES pawed BARE a: pay raise

Player, team ab b 'vg. THOSE bill that include $.5004-yfJll'
Dies In Lake
CityFuneral increases for member of COlIII'IUo
NEWS Gay Fryer-Smith 27 111 ..703BOKK Church Holes .._._ the ,
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*, Fryer-Smith 25 17 .880 series et surprisingly large
By Don tune Phillip! Frosty More 20 14 .867 From 8t Paul's Article M BaptM where there is little or no Baptist this past year, alone --I services were conducted margin of 243 to 157. the House
Welch, FryeNSmlth 12 S .667 by Guy R.Wade work or churche These are major I Southern Baptist $22.357,130 dollar for Alma Dean, 66, of Jacksonville reversed lit earlier defeat of a
IEMOB IJTTUt: LEAGUE Gray King Edward 24 14 .583 I'm delighted with the plan 2bor.... Mnmorlal area ot the United States at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon similar bilL Congress last hada
to the Mission
(ages 10.12) Bauett, Fryer-Smith 7 4 .872 for the new city hall, both In term Baptist Own where there I* no Baptist Work at support Foreign in the Memorial diapel of pay raise In 1959 when the
2814 .538 Qulncy, Florida Program around the world. Seaahole Funeral Parlor with present $22.500 level was reach
Gum at past week: Klwanls Chance, Fryer-Smith of location and design. I think all, Another major Program i* ed.
10 8 Uniy. Fryer-Smith 126 400 Mission, and This does not include the figures the Rev. William B. Emerson
DeMolay 4; Jaycee Lau This article ii that of Metropolitan
with Health Department about "those
new County
0. McMillan, FrycisS. 27 13 .481 of the American pastor of University Park Presbyterian
7, Klwanli 3, Exchange 1; De the establishment of work in heartof Baptist
Dodjon Quln. Tel. IB B .474 building for which I people called Baptist" and their moved Chapel, officiating. Burial Flattery can move mountain
Molay 4, Rotary; DeMolay 22, the dUel which ha been either tion. Baptist have with a
mission In order and
Exchange 10. STANDINGS did a little preadlin.lobbylng, derstand to better un- left completely or I II desperately zeal to spread the "proclamation was in Evergreen Cemetery.Mr. gullible human being
TOP TEN HITTEIUIThra inn June 21) this I* one of the most forward- Mission the division of the Baptist lick These are missionaries in of Gospel" to the world. All ot Dean, a native of Qirtwr
work It It
looking and progressive steps the imperative of the this Baptist work is but moved to Jacksonville in 1919to .
( MInk ending Jim II) Team Won Lost that it be divided into I the middle of some most a very
Player, team ab b tvgStephen King Edward 5 1 community could take. Congratulations -, two specific complex areas of our civilization. small portion of all the denominations was t member of North Shore
I types, the Home
*, DeMolay 34 20 .8B8 Fryer-Smith 5 2 to our city officials .1 and the Foreign Mission Missions It I* Interesting to note that the which send countless thou ,Christian Church; a retired teller THE
Clover, JCl 38 20 .826 Fro ty Morn I J The Choir i* taking It* summer All of the work of the Brat new HOUM of Wonhlp to be sands of their finest young men clerk with the Railroad Express
Chandler, Klwanli 3S 17 .486 Quincy Telephone Co. 0 6 recess after a year during which!,Baptist Convention with erected in over 77 year in downtown and women to the "ends of the Agency having served 43 yean;
Edward, DeMolay 15 7 Ml PONY LEAGUEages they rendered service far and'home mission 1* the dealing New York is the Manhattan earth." a veteran of World War I, a CHRISTIfiDSCIDC n
Norman Klwanlf 32 13 .406 ( 13 and 14) above the call ot duty, Includingsome of the Home Mission responsibility Board.- Baptist Church of the Southern In a very real sense Baptistand member of American Legion Post
Byrd, JCl 28 11 .393 preliminary work on the In the American Baptist Convention Baptist Convention. This congre- Missions must be taken to 88; and a member of Brotherhood
Ban, Rotary 30 11 ..887J.RRud' i TOP TEN: HITTERS maintenance ot the organ. To Mr. It 1* the gation of over 500 members ha gether. "How shall they hear'nt Railroad CJerki.
Lloni 26 .348 (Thou week ending June II) Dick Jacobs, who goes on nil Domestic Mission responsibility of the. been the mother church to 32 other without a preacher or learn He died Saturday In a Lake [ [
d, Lloni 211 to J45 Player, team ab h '\1& summer leave, our abundant figure Which the Department.The will: group of which 20 are now without a teacher? They, being'CIty hospital.
Greenwald, MwanU 19 I AM Bywater, Garnet 11.7 .836 thanks and best wishes The use are those of the Southern writer organized churche A Program the world, will learn because not Survivor include hi. widow,
STANDING (Thou week ending Rhoadet, Came. I 6 .625 Rector had had a long letter from Convention because these Beptilt :ot Jewish work is directed by only Baptist but every other !moor Mr. Mildred D. Dean of Jacksonville mOniTOR
June II) E. Porch, Camel II 8 .558 the E. M. Stickneys, Jr., telling readily available and those areI for I an ex-Rabbi and line 40 percent denomination in the world ; hit mother, Mr*. Loren R.
Team Won Lost Pickett, Came. 7 a .429 something of their trip to India, the American Baptist Convention of the total Jewish Population feel that "this Ii their respond Dean of QuIncy; two sons, Donovan
Klwanli 13 0 Smith, Craig Oil 7 I .429 and a good deal of what they have are not in hand, and thus cannotbe of the world Is In this country bllity. It is the responsibility W. Dean and Wayne R. Dean,
JayceU 7 4 Cloud Craig Oil 7 I .429 been and experienced since they quoted. this program seek to explain ot "the people Called Baptist" both of Jacksonville; one sister,
Linn I 6 Well, Craig Oil 7 I .429 lave been there. While Morgan: During the put year the Home our faith and Christ to and they have responded. Cer- Mn. Nellie Galloway, QuIncy;
DeMolay t 7 Brooks, Craig 011 7 a .429 Mary, and presumably John will Mission Board appointed an average them. It help to make the tainly,.not enough, the Lord knows seven brothers, Herman and Alfred Accurate
Rotary 4 7Exchangt Craig, Craig Oil 7 2 .288 hi at Ralpur on station, Connie of 30 missionaries each ,churches more conscience of the this, but at least they see the Dean, both of Qulncy Park I
0 11 hint, Carnet 12 I .250 and Dennis will be in the International month, bringing the total num- I presence of these wonderful people need and are seeking to providefor and Oscar Dean, both of PanamaCity
JUNIOR LTTTLK LEAGUE STANDINGS (This June 21) School in New Delhi her of missionaries under the I in our midst that need. Harry Dean, Baltimore, Md., Complete
(ages I and I) Team Won Lost ParIsh Improvement Program: Board to 2,222 persons. Another There are many other area of Carl and Ralph Dean, both of
Camp of put week: Fryer- Garnet Plaything 4 1 Most of the work scheduled to be phase oi: the missions is the Chap- ,work which are directly if not NO PLANNED ATTACK Jacksonville; and one grandchild.The News
Smith Motor 20, QuIncy Telephone Craig OU a 2 done at the Rectory having been leInC). At the close of last year :indirectly associated with the Senator Barry Goldwater has ,
Oft., 10; King Edward Q. Greensboro o. completed, the painters are now there were 7 JO commissioned men 'Home Missions of "those people indicated he plans no campaign Florida Law Enforcement
can B, Frosty Mom Mead (; at work in the Pariah House. We serving in the armed force who I called Baptist. attack on hit newly-declared meal Academy was created by the Coverage
Fryer-Smith Motor B, King Ed- Hit belt way to keep your' trust that whatever inconveniencemay are Southern Baptist The South Baptist have always been supporters for the Republican Presidential Florida Sheriff Association and
ward Cigar 7. Mends I* to be let than frank. arise will be strictly temporary ern Convention ha work in each I of the Foreign Mission nomination,, Governor William W. I II now operated by the Florida
and that the improvement of-- the_u_ SO states ct the linlrm---- The cause around the world. Baptist Scranton of Pennsylvania. Gold- Sheriff Bureau a* a training
will be permanent A number of American Baptist group ha missionaries live and work in over 119 countries water ,answered Scranton'i criticism school for law enforcement officers.
major maintenance item have In 29 state* of the union : of the world. The compul. without .naming the Pennsylvania .
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. I been completed in and around the Each of the two convention have I I lion to "Go Ye Into all the Governor and made a
church with a number yet to some treat of work in common 'World has meant much to call for Republican unity the
CHARLES EINARD Owner b* done Attendance was up In the following list of programs Baptist The Southern Baptist theme of his rebuttal.
Remodeling Addition sharply this past Sunday at 8 a m., bath conventions have missionar- I Ilea Convention alone has 1,842 missionaries
and remained consistently l good at work: The Chaplaincy Urban I throughout thee world. AF AND POVERTYThe
NEW CONSTRUCTION for the 10 a.m. service. We hope Missions Mission Center I Many of the countries to which President Council of Economic
:. that our summer attendance will work Associations Services a I missionaries are sent are now ; Advisor, using their "pov- '
Garage Carports Porch* maintain Its present healthy level Church Extension Work, a program I sending there own people to other ,erty formula," In an Air Force 1 Tow $24 C Month* $12
... Roofing Siding Cabinets Healing Service this of work with the two major I countries ai Foreign Mission study, report that about 8,000 airman Months $6
Florida Room Enclosure coming Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Negro Conventions la American I aries. Just es recent as four : tall in the poverty bracket Cte Mil mttMlmml mintom
Since there are, for the time being a program of work with Language I months ago Chana and Nigeria it Its yearly Income total 3,000 c wr .It..e44.bed tack or
"No Job Too Largo or Too Small" no regular evening services, Missions. Then are tome pro I sent there own missionaries to dollar or leu. TIle Ch....... ....M .......
till* special reminder i* offered tram which' are \I the the Negro peopl. of Brazil. There I ".rer stone
Havana Highway Phone 627-8495 for this first Sunday evening of Southern Baptist\tth are: :are supported completely: by the I A friend Is someone who doesn't ...e.s, 101_ Ml IS

the month. .The Pioneer Mission into areas I country_that sent them. During_expect any favor N.18
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1963 \. : : COST?


Loans and Discounts ._____._.._....._ 2058057.15 ."' '
Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 190248.47 ,;
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Other Real Estate "' '" 1.00 '. I
United States Bonds __?_.?_ 1920226.03 '..
r : County and Municipal Bonds -, 491238.50 :'. .
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Other Bonds & Securities 25.000.00.
Cash and Due from Banks_ ___ 983569.97 3420034.50 I' .
: ; 5668341.12 j '
;.. f' ",,,,1 em'- LIABILITIES J. n...

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Capital Stock $ 200000.00
.. Surplus ...____..__. 200000.00
III, :l Undivided Profits and Reserves, 241083.41 In.
tr .',,: j Deposits 5027257.71 t.I? '7:,. ',,'. ,
; $5,668,341.12






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: 1964
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I. -X '1i ',: Loans and Discounts ..... .. .. ....._..__....., $2,773,539.11
'i'nh* F' J Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures __.. 189,715.00

1", .: Other Real Estate .-___._...._.__...._ ... 1.00
( ; United States Bonds _
"LJ h" H:,' \ $1,754,009.50
"1' County and Municipal

Bonds ........._ 513,301.31
Other Bonds & Securities 25,500.00
Cash and Due from Banks .. 906,554.13 3,199,364.94


Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation Capital Stock $ 200X100.00)
Surplus ._ .-____.? -? _,__ 200X100.00
JI Undivided Profits and Reserves 317,966.30:

,,' Deposits _-_-_- -__ -_ _' ________ 5444653.75


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TEN c'r faT J ce" rT'ti'v: QnNfY, FLORIDA, TircnSDAY JfLY 2, .t86t.

flip. SAYE 1 qt ,,1L. rnmonmrnfj flLI1II I C9 mALL pilL 100BIMQ Iia.G AHEAD lasted ae'.NwsNQaRra Iq Ihl...e.aswrr.


lit' Whatever the Senate does withor
IIaaEi STORES WILL IA f 1 all Amprlcani of all cokni
t 4 BE CLOSED ON races and background are tir
Only the top erodes of U S.Covtmnwnt vently! hoping' that theIet'next Hiyfiat
,i 1 graded beef wearI3I3 will b. filled
JULY 4th. SO
with violence tragic behavior
'iiNit!, l#! the W.D thlrld Pieced In tern.pwotu than WIll the decade since! May
i ,, !II I Ii SHOP EARLY .I3I3/ *controlled coolers W.D 17, 1954. On that date was hand.
: ed down the Supreme Court deriSion
D but Is 0004 to the wry peek that was viewed by many

$G17i of tnndtr, flavorful goodneu by hopeful penom u the dawn of *
li1hl'Liiistih S ,MME EO new era and by other u the be.ginning
i wlii tlliijiilliiiai{ it notuivti own proems while still .
of the end of dlrartmlna.Uon
EVNty <* i fr.sh. With a backward look, the

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ,'l dimming person who li Informed .
PRICES: GOOD THRU JULY 3RDWIHMCIIII Choice at all would hardly Insist tliat
,... either of theM vision hat become
CO ..,.ITOUti._... t Center reality.

l Slices i Some scattered result In de-
BEEF SALE& segregation, although rather meager .
10 Ixtra Stomps with Sunnylond Included statistically, have been re.

Boiled Ham . >...69* corded Forced by. court orders,
backed by bayonets In a few Instances -
SO Extra Stamp With
some 32 of the South
Any Size Tarnow Pizza FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDSteakLi.79 292 public colleges and unlversi
SO Extra Stomps with Go. Brand ties are reported to have admitted

Brick Sausage t..59* ? 9 out of Negro 10 Negro students.elementary However and,

25 Extra Stomps with Chopped f high school students. In the South
Sirloin Steaks ceow'lu89J .. attend schools that are segregated.!

25 Extra Stomps with Any f TABLE READY TRIMMED CHUCK Meanwhile communities, In have the North experienced many

Palmetto Farms Salad patterns of change leading more

25 Extra Stomps with Suptibrono1 Roast 481r toward segregation than away
Cottage Cheese 2L.daa.55SUPERBRAND SMALL GOVT INSPECTED HICKORY t f from it the Whether nation we total have weUbtomg advanced .

LEAN MEATY SMALL BEEF SHORT la a difficult question.

SmokedWHOLE HAM (Iii.. and Louie
r State laws already on the books
ifbEFHT ? against discrimination have probably
not changed the views o(
Grade "A" Fresh Florida OR ;! Shank many people nor have resulted in
100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W-D FRESHER GROUND uniform treatment In human relations
MEDIUM BUTT HALF Half I i Law against disturbing
i 3 the peace and riots have certainly
Beef 5 l8. $195 not prevented that kind of liwlessness. .
I EGGS LB. 45: i LB. PKG.a It would therefore seem
f a vain hope for any of us to sup-
pose th t passage of civil rights
I legislation would bring in the
Utopia of peace and harmony
that we seek
That the Supreme Court decision
3Doz. 1 of 1951 has failed to bring a
FAMILY SIZEMorton uniform paradise of educational

FREEI! 1I I< JAR KRAFT MUSTARD WITH PINKY PIG opportunity may have disillusioned
some people. We wonder it any
1la.t:: : [ Fruit HI. law can really ever settle issuesso
FLORIDA ALL WHITE Wieners P'KG. 49 emotionally charged u thus.related .
FRESH EGGS to rat'It has been time,
those ten years, for reflection
h 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH SWIFT PREMIUM upon the moral Issues involved

00 J/39 Dixie Darling Hamburger or Wiener L'-L PIESM.r..l Can Ham 4 CAN II. 52.91 and enough upon to whether seek{ Judicial we are remedy.mature

2 29yK Tlwse factors ot legality and
Rolls martllty could have been tested
more adequately If so much tragic
.g. 29Dixie Darling Hamburger or Wltrwf 't.iP.i APPLEMPIE i violence had not been brought into
Rolls. I
Thus Mob Not the Way
REG 19* DIXIE DARLING ANGEL FOOD $ Ice Chest I49 What cow of the "civil rights'
ONLY I eglslatlcn ending! At this writng .
if: 29
Cake leaden In Congress are say-
APPLE lng, perhaps more to reassurevoters
JJ EXTRA STAMPS with CRACKIN' GOOD ComChips.49 FOR 17ft" long, 13Vi" high, 12"wide. "Sure. Secure" fold down than themselves, that some
I CHERRY aluminum handle that Is positively riveted to the chest. Odor term of bill will be passed. Even
if the bill I I'a only advance payment
li PEACH less, easy to clean, not affected by weather. of political tribute In an
IS Extra Stomps with CRACKIN' GOOD CHEEZ. election year, no one should expect
this kind of legislation to do
Curls. Pko 39 COCONUTSAVE more than remind u* that Amtr- .
; lea does have a philosophy on "I

___. __ lb'I public and civil rights that is
......... "w ; 40. ...'" made formal by acceis to all
( 'I I -f"T---r :...:..:.:.i';' K. iMllIMlfII [lEI ourta. It, with Ma bill or with

out !It, all Americans could put
EXTRAd' away strife and disorder (both

.,1 GREEN STAMPS 3-5/6 EA. HI-C FRUIT FLAVOREDDrinks violent! for and the nun-violent next decade the could prospects
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ONe a-L.. SILMARTurkey be very bright indeed.
rI 1.99 < 891 Agitation, demonstrations inflammatory
Pot Ito.n,... .. BONIL1.Ioe. Gins speeches, and street
T..u JULY SN..r disturbance will lead inevitably
-- r 10 destruction ot life and property.
....vnNN axed SAVE 10< EA. DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise r;; ;;;--r not. In Bombing the true and American murder spirit are

: THIS THIS THIS UrrI of peaceful, orderly observanceof !
EXTRATH 9 e Ir law. Mobs on the street that

I GREEN... ...STAMPS j cannot wait for orderly legal processes
wN NIM.p- are not the answer Vlluting
I TH.M. p>.. I.OeeMRaAL.ouTNasN local law to achieve not'.

( Whit. Acr. P. ... CHEK CANNED SOFT ASSORTED FLAVORS SMALL MEDIUM JUMSO 4IISSIZE t oriety wrong or While dramatic these news practice play Intensify I I.
.00. Timil Just *BI : and emotion, tbry
$ 3i SIZg 27-SIZI feelings
.,...._... 21I Drinks. 15 12 z. 1 I do very little for men* minds.
Cons A*much a* possible, we ought to
0 I learn to act through reason, after
I EXTRA I CANTALOUPESVINE.RIPENED discussion, or because of penut-

-N..N. -- False Baked
f..l. FMIIN TROPICANA After all Hopr achieved
I ON."*!e.NUn PUNCHFruit conformity
I Bars Viennas 6$1. through use of force and coerdve
.. i attack U unsound. Men respect
aril T 0 Just 'N.I
il w 3$1 law and obey It through reason
I .. ... u and understanding not superior
propaganda or political cleellnlCoThat
j men have the right to free
EXTRA.'J dom of association on the ban
I Meat 1CAN 39 ot individual qualities, like and
-{ GREEN---STAMPS-.- SWEET, JUICY' FLORIDA' GOLDEN BANTAM dislikes, must be recqpuvd.

M. ...., PN.e P.ee.M whether these matter invoke
MrKSNII V.CRL.OButtsrbsans SAVE 20* DEEP SOUTHP'nut Corn 10 EARS 59; race religion or whatnot they
; are determined to a great extent
L ....THM Jut ... by those directly concerned. The
24 Butter'j791 preference habits, and feeling
.. ....
eaNN aNN I n( men are not easily changed.
., Those who expect miracle from
''EXTRAGREEN .: "civil rights'! bill may be doomed .
to disappointment.
dv( STAMPS Beside containing provisions\
.nos M 1..1 M N.Me.en that may prove to \InCIOIIIt1tIa-*
J WORTH or lineal the bill I 1a a patch-wort at
Candyaril I"?} J conflicts with existing state andfederal
TNNU JULY,.. I se law. Its provision lot
r % vast federal control over almost
.1...1nNN MNN II everyone (not just restaurant and
hotel owners are not ': ''ycrc
I i KRAFT &"
f known by the would
EXTRA f / ,e hyy9tl/tatse lake a decade testing to
I find out how to Interpret the la*.
sled NN1 N..1.M NMCNACRIN'.000- It I* a bill that is not calculated
OMt f-1* h. 10 make the next decade any nor
peaceful than the vtotenl dccMehave1
I Fig: Bart .r .Just completed.
"..._..... !1EXTRA Pork & Beans
COFFEE | COFFEE flint. Mich. The county
sheriff thought prankster lied

I d1f GREEN STAMPS Save 111. Mb. Can |I Box Jar 300 Con he calked....whet. had the.bees caller...Ina1Ittd. However

w N....w N.. wtH* the shrift wn ulnvtujBte
TOUR CMOICI 5948; 49 059 he found Floyd Ray
L.N.e.eoM NA' C H M 69 was truing the truth. Th houK.toundBttoi .
60-Ct. ExctdrinTMWI and septic tank .*rs
J Ul.Y gone and the property had UM
J1 Stack It TMi Price J Limit J.....n. feed... padIdUUDE.'T'over.
AT.Mr_sere Tw { Nm kiy Op) aft CM Can|- MIe W ri end the PrIce J _
... .
cuuw roc

l'i Hartlord. Ala. Tragedy Lathe
Mosey Chandlers agate "tan

i The mart Place To Go. For Good Things To Eat F y a.The...mllt fourth next their-child year Twin\parted a dud tat were by was car ac turned tolled!to ldestaldrownurg. 1IU.M toan

.. .......... acrtdmt ..TheChandlrn

eiuldrea. have Dee urifSalra

el hfe kmiranre to r.oeWsr
die PrudmneJ tofantef O
Mawsca se tarosar. M 53151.Main
315 Wesl Jefferson Slreel M 1M1. u tacmir d2e
per cots wet 0. pmrtoMc

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RIBS lb. 49c

V Pork SlicedLOIN GALCTN 4

lb. 59c 'S989f


BEEF lb. 39

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50I.. PLAID '7.].i
STAMPS cst j'
Kith 11 Ot.IMi Pkg.coupon MelO-BIt ind pun-hum American of,*gg\'\, SPECIAl / ORANGEADE/'GRAPE,FRUIT PUNCH PINEAPPLE ORANGE OR PINEAPPLE-G iR

,Sliced... Plmnito Cheese or SnlM 49c ..,RiI. : '
Coupon goad thru July MJ

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|Kith thl coupon and purrhitw of j|;
:1 1 Oi Jar Our 0"n .1,
t\ Instant Tea 69c i iIf 3L64'OZ
..jj. '.1. Coupon good thru lull". ..|.!: I* 5S41f
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rritirii .'

is!;:! POTATO CHIPS sox
s in Salad Mustard 29c .,* 4favsh
JM I 1. 1.1. (CDUPO good Oini lull| .:
L:_, : : ;
r..hn PLAID ..1 1II : fruits & MIX or MATCH SPECIAL! Realemon
D1jtI tJISTAMPS II'iil t V'9etablel", A&P PEELED Lemon Juice
i With Ihb. coupon ind pnrHinM ef| :
[ II Oh Bolda Ann Page Uj! SWEET RIPE LOCALWatermelons WHOLE APRICOTS Q. 79-
\\R I Chill Sauce 29c g:| j Jar
!!11. 74. Coupon food thru July I. Jji ( A&P SWEETGrapefruit
!!! :I ! ; Ea. 69 Sections .
Dixie- 9 Ox.
I Mill die. coupon nnd JIUI"'WII .( .Q|: Cantaloupes 3 $1 0j I A&P FREESTONE : 89c
HM Bottto Aim raplmltalloll { for
I .fc ,... Coupon food dire July l I. .Hjmtk Refill For
: :' :'.. "!r.1._::=..:
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Ir..hn, tll1.PLAID'!: LEMoNs! Dot. 35(1 Pko.ol 37e
r I STAMPS ...1 i: 4 1B Cans Os. 99c SO
div i... Md pnrrUM..W III| I
ti 010 III Sedan Ndd.g.. .........,.,.::I Gold
,. 1.C.ep.*Relish good dire 29c July:' I.;n 1, FANCY CALIF. Only PhlfStimptli.fidto Frozen Drinks

t=____:_:__._.__: ; l PLUMS Gills Altar
8 010
.flifl I p.Uuc 1A COaaar.s.[ loc

PLAID',l: str'berries .p) food tores CanWishbone

r-----i STAMPS H'.. IIa1lcmDressing
IMMU*MtMtMl fit*MtUMtt)Mf KM
saaserve.1Mis? : 2 Ibs.45c 2 Baskets. 79c I
39c 'I'
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Mayonnaise45C MEAT
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CHURCH FOR ALL. .. We are proud of our freedom whether it be freedom of speech, freedom of

ALL FOR THE CHURCH assembly (the ayes have it), freedom of the press, or freedom of religion. Of all these,
r we sing: "Let freedom ring!
C Tha Church la thell'eat.tlactor
: en earth for the building of charaoter :
C and food citizenship.It ii a ltonFreedom of religion It not the property of the clergy,but of all the people] Every
house of spiritual valuea.Without schoolboy knows that the Constitution says so. It guarantees freedom of worship. .

I I' strong nor civilization Church, can neither aurviva.democracy There freedom to honor God according to one's own conscience. It is a precious gift :

II :. are four aound reatona why every
person ihould attend aervicea reUlarly How you worship is your business! That you crust worship, ah, that's God's business .

i ... ere: (1)and For hits own the Mk zj be For, 1 Choose the church to honor God with your fellowman. .thanking God for this t ..

,,' ..' = hi.chiIdMa'.aa.k" (3) For the.... wonderful privilege. For, BO often in other lands, such worship is forbidden ut-: \ ,
,, of hia community and nation. (4) lawed. Sunday ia Hit dayl :Make it your day!
Vat the) aafca of tha Church itaetf. I
which meda his moral and materij .. '
S support Plan to go to church: regu- ... .
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f Produce trade' anilIlii ,--
,' *I loud nUiitrv puhHratiimiihave
brrn devoting roniiderablrpart I
I I' rrrntl to the (rimingproblem '
of nifllralliiral' labor Jour JLili
1 M t I In mtni quarter a find mil'* '
, IwlNrlld| WM \< ar il Impnrtatl fI
*1 ol hirflKn labor 11 not pernulled -
10 harvem U S fruit/ and
$ /\t !:lable "rop* b\i; 'n nune labor i
k \ r WALL'S unumi an gi ttuiii titui'mot\ I1C f.Queilmn\ : My lit. Innunnc
I,'auw .if Or pmwiliilily IhNI l great'I.r I polity has Ih* cane premium It
rvlumt 111I1'1'111o.ald hA 'had :20 eara at). Why dull the
A1t1/Y uCat+Rww II Ian ulvi i>f r i,Hr 4 ] pn>"'s' iv and dml'(button I 'ami' aiitoniHt to rcdui coilaf
1 litlf tlt'Tr'JR'l'M They v i MI.il n' ih" |irml liw nt I Answer: The reason your premmm -
r yr. r johi unla normal How nf r roi* In the lam .. 2U yean ago
to maikrt ,'an be maintained ,ilt j" thai. thai la Uw way lil* Inluranv -
KING COLE SUPER MARKET 111 ink,.h>-lde Ictti'" The Park.,' iiprialra. WIt'n1III! buy
ft. Inllui'ntlal national trade put I.' pulley Ui* premium li guaran*
t Ik'at km of the produt1 indunlry. 'Iiixl for life and wont tlwng _
a y hat puhllKhi'd vi-wi. nf Hie m,>. ,iilxr May. up or down. Mot
1 partmifil nf 1..111" and a promtnrnt 1 nmiu ihingi nmiKhl' law UM
Cillliimia/ .:Mrr nn Ih r I Iul pin I ,legei .
GRADE "A" DRESSED and DRAWNFRYERS >xvt of I1 L. 7/1. ihr !Iii ant I, Mut t you ahuulii know hat Ui*
nrbuiK lnix| >naiiim of MrxlI'.in, ,'hie iiwnranv tTHiipanle" hav a
worker DM' law ovplm tliiiyrarpnd S in mak!'m ami automated In*
and a llh it the ttraivrn'proxrain 'dixNl ihry ir* the met automatiHlMint
rntnei 10 an enl in ill* country. Tb* tint
"LH KxpiTuxInu thr pmition nf the, 'nongmtmmint ollli<* IuII e ar
l>'partim-nt of Lalmr. John big, modern elprtrunlc{ dau pn
Y Hlvming. lurk mtrlary. \\niti t oMiig nmihliie wa* a bra lnaur.
In 'pail rarm wags aiv ui K.alxv: '> ctinpany ant them rompan*
niflianlly Ukw utihwlnal, wan"*I ''ie* urn, li'ul all om,,.. in auio-
t .{ rann oikire lave a 111111'h naliim AiitoniiUon hai naWednjlhiiii
luBhrr mil ol unrniikiyiiii'' 'nt 1114) to keep overhead 11\1101'11''>
do liMhiHtrlal workrn. fhiir Uv. I IomiliUma ntlHlly howl In an era ol rapid.
IIIir. ar* |>n>twbly U*. I l IJ m.muting "'-,.,... But It ihouM
T _.t iif any gruip ul HOI ken in'i ithe aUo. he rni that It la an apen'<
U S i irannut 11\1 opuation{ to automat and
.a.dluflil. rll1.III)e 11 i II I .lakei a long Urns fnr of DC* au-
lb. mmiiiably exixx; "i to atU loniattun to elfevt additional taut
I act and keep a reuibl lalmrfoixe thivuHineii 'lit'* prim ot>]*cUva
uiili-m UK.re are. ilnnllii.aiillniirovmienta I of (Ilia automation ant Increaaed
i In liMO _a.ti and I etliilitny, ireali'r and tnor rapid
a- wuikinx vondllxfli nf ateIrkRl'r (aim I |11"11)111'11I1'1' nrvli and aa utt
1 IkMflt I [YY NeNil no kmkiriJuaUfy |.rt |o nwnpiiwer ahortagi* ina
FROSTY MORNHAM lame-Male Iniimrtallin < lnm, coola may b* ",."''Ii. But ,,
i larm orken.. rt'. iNhev* 1 thatwNn I I up .lo now the gain from flat '
I aurinilluiil' rniplnyeni b w ,"h.* autinulkm hav chiefly;
(lit to 110 niniprllliv (In today/ I II.I.bent. iiHh things aa lhr rr.
labor markela. hey will find llwldoimnik 1 I .rrvarallon of new morUllty I
FROSTY MORN wnrkentan..I* reuulti-d\ 'I lal In in a Ism _k., which" ue<|
S for farm Jot [I/o i itu lake ninnlha lo ran; twin, j''
,auliNimlli iHllIng( and 11 rcountiii||
SLICED BACON 49c Arnrding hilmrr MI' |h'I'|' linnintuii* recall o( data fur pul'Iryhohk
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Lists CalendarThe Old Bethel Baptist NewsThe Women's EventA To Institute ashfon & beauty :

Senior Missionary Society Old Bethel A.M.E. Senior Choir\ Youth of the Church are Women'i Day program win Miurine NertaM Branch left report
will be entertained by Mrs. Ella was bOlt to the QuIncy Choir Union tanning their observance of be held at St. Matthew M. B. Saturday, June 27, to attend Dee Morriton
Mae McQueen at home, Thurs One, Musical program, Sunday at Youth Day of the second Sunday Church, Old Mt Pleasant, July Hampton Imtitute'i Pre-Collcge ,
3 pro. in July Thus promise to be an 5 Lan Rev. S. Gray ta Summer Sesalon. Did yon know that although three-fonrthi of Florence says that even the most knowladgablei I
datt.e'J: :monthly conference The meeting opened at excellent example of youth on the tJO the church pa'to The Pre Coltege Summer Set- the earth ii covered with water, the majorityef swimmer may find his know-how Inadequate ta
promptly situations and that then Is
certain always
people cant swim roomtor
float So
the church Frt- I! with Otli Friel I march for God. The memben and or even aayi
will be held at p.m. Sunday School 10 am. with don for High School Graduates, a e lady wbo has established Improvement.
dav night at 8p.m. her of St. James AME Senior friends of the community arecordially Mn. Authie 2>lgler In charge. At six-week term extending from world-wid..wimnoithng
records for both and Whether beginner or a
man yon are a pre
ft,. Sunshine Band will be entertained Choir, conducting the devotional Invited to attend both 11:30 devotional selection, Sit. June 29 to August 8, 1964, it designed women across the most turbulent waterways of aha holds that these light exercises will help to
at the borne of Mri. services.Words. the 11 a.mand S p.m. aervicei Ruby KnightResponalve I : to expedite Nert...'. tramition the, world-th. English Channel Catalina, The improve your style your skill, your strength
Ethel Stokes on Saturday morn- of welcome were extended Sitter Ruby Clary la chairman of reading, 23rd from high echool to collegeby Strait of Gibraltar, Botporni and the DardantllM. and your enjoyment of the water.
ma at 10am. to:7'C: prior the Youth Day Committee with Psalm I guest when, Mrs. giving her basic college counei .And ret Florence finished last la her very Bo try these en your beach-mat. And dont for
Sunday school will commence to the host choir, Sisters Dora Baker, Julia Jack- ell Betha In charge. Minion 011/10'1 In English and mathematics. In first race. She was six. la her Mcond race the get to take along bronxtan cream-lotion or
at 9'30: tin.SutdaY with SuptpartheU Old Bethel rendered the first ee- eon Alice Mu Jackson and Alarie ering;; prayer, Mn. M. ; addition to these cunee, she will came in next to last because she stopped to pick slur l for four-hour sun-protection of all ex
GaIneY to chargecoin..- lection, followed by the attending Rat serving ai committee hymn; scripture, Sli. Mary L. receive orientation lectures and rep her ch.wlnrruralll i Her first win. waYat'thaC posed skin. It lasts even after a dip in the
day morning choln. Elizabeth Missionary memben. Roberts; ipeaker, Mn. Ruth T., individual counseling planned to are eleven verily, champions are snade. water and the shade of your tan will be luscious.TO .
mence at 11 a.m. at which time Mist senior choir wu offl- Weekly Activities: Tuesday; Porter, graduate of Stevens High: promote her personal adjustment
the Holy Communion will be serv- excused.It And he ipoke a parable unto eecretary of U.BA, loyal memo lo college.: She will aim have the DEVELOP E. (eont'd)
ed. Choir and other board number it reported that all choir them to this end that men ought ber of A.M.E.: Church opportunity to enjoy Hampton In- LEO MUSCLES ing from aide to aide. Con

one will eerve. will begin at did very well by singing old and always to pray, and faint not) Solo, Mn. Lola Evans; paper i sbtute'i excellent recreational ac- When Florence Chadwick la tines aa long aa yon like
Evening worthlp (Luke 18:1): Sullies and Integrated programa -

I p.m. The held regular on prayer Tuesday meet-evenIng new The Gospel financial favorites.report la u fol- All parent. are Invited to bringor Mn.speaker Carrie, Sit. On Fletcher Mae; Bridget.Solo junior: activities.of tours, sports, and social three training nulea aba a day.walks It'i at Just least aa

Ing will be loins: Old Bethel AME $U5; send your children to youth Mrs Fredla Howard; Sit.: good for year legs,ton So la or ,
at 7 p.m.Woman's. Mount Morlab Missionary Baptist prayer hour at 8 p.m. Sitter Irene 6 P. Gray, chairman; Mn. M. Nerlssa'l parent are taking her out of competition, walk: at a .
$10; Mount Pilgrim Primitive Berkley it In charge of tills hour. 1. Roberta, co-chairman and Rev.S. .I through: the scenic route to the brisk pace on a flat beach. (Not ,z i .
The vphlll or up steps because this! r: e 11. :
Day weekly adult prayer hour campus.
$8.70 Mount
Baptist ; Zion Prknhive Gray, putor. "
tightens the muscles ti
Baptist, $12.65; Antioch Miltlonary la at I p.m with deaconi of the Upon her graduation from high and yon .
want to keep them IOPM eM ; ,
Termed SuccessThe Baptist J7.8B; Mount church leading the song and prayer school, Nerisia received many / .) t .
ZIon CMC, $8.10; Saint Hebron eervlce A sermonette will be beautiful and nice &1fa.: She I .
Women'i Day Program at AME $7.20; Greemhade AME preached by the putor. wishes to thank each one who wu J.. TO DBVfLOP A
Beulah Hill M. B.- Church InGrains 10.30; New Bethel AME IUD;! Thursday: Bible study and Sun- [ Graduated so nice and thoughtful upon her GOOD LEG KICK
Florida climaxed on Sunday Saint James AME!: $7.01EUza.; day school teachers meeting atp.m. graduation. May God blew andkeep Y -> f F. ALSO FOR BACK AND
June 28, with an overwhelming beth Missionary Baptist $8; Shlloh 7 with Superintendent, Le- AmarIllo, Tex. Airman Third each of )'DUo SIOUACU MUSCLES
lucceu Primitive Baptist $9.37; grand all Cary, pretldlng. Immediate-,Qua Otta McMillan, eon of Rev.I .
The Sunday school passion was total $148.31. I this 'erend W. E. McMillan Sr. of
meeting AME
re! c:11 Gretna, hat graduated from the i
with Mrs. Ethel
quite impressive The Rev. J. C. Sanders, pallor, hold their regularmonthly .
Stokes presiding ai lupt.Mrt. lave remarki. meeting. Deacon Leonard technical training course for U. S. "iIr
Willie Lou Francis gavea The next business and musical Gordon, chairman Air Force warehousing specialists Church News 3. Variation Stand tall. :
ioul uttering address In the Ua.m. program will be held Tuesday at Sheppard AFB, Tex. I':' ffoott books swing both \
Friday The monthly Church Airman McMillan, who studied Services at St James for the
eervlce. guest before the fourth Sunday, and Conference will be In session at supply storage and material hand- week beginning: Thursday, July 700 \ 1;

Mia Alice for the Rumblln youth. Her was menage musical program on the fourth 7:30 p.m. all Auxiliary ProIdents line, U being assigned to an Air 2, will be u follows: \
Sunday. officers and memben are Force Logtitlci Command (AFLC) Thursday, Hrp. Prayer servIce ,
: very hall up-llttlng.In which a de- urged to be on time. unit at Mcdellan AFB, Calif. Ills ; Friday, : ., the regular balance-likeyourbeacbnm.
dining Mrs. Saturday The Senior Choir unit Love Feast will be conductedby ... $ T l.E T C l
Bdoui repast wai aerved to all Grandberry : No. support the AFLC million brella. With knee straight --... - arm
was artistically decorated by Met t will rehearse at the church at of providing Air force operational the pastor. but relaxed kick from the ; straight then touch the.ground
Cornelia Smith, and Mia loan Passes Away 7:30 p.m. The president U askIng units with supplies, equipmentand Sunday: Sunday School will thigh (not from the knee) 1 with finger tips or
8:45 Morning worship the flat of hand if
at am. "
all members to be preeent maintenance eervicea. begin: : forward and back-forward your '
Bush. and time. Sitter Gordon The airman who far and evening worship will begin can make it Keep the knees
The Woman Day financial drive Funeral services for Mn. Mary on Pretldrnt. and back (eight tlmea with
ended .with I total of S1M227. Grtndberry were conducted from ter-Parramore High SdwoJ Quincy : at 11 with and 6 pm. respectively each leg:longer U you feel straight Repeat repeat.
The pastor and member of the Elizabeth Missionary BaptistJiurch Sunday: Chair No. 1 will render entered the service In February the pastor Rev. like it). a FOR THE BACK
church express appreclatloni and ( Sunday, 1:30: pm. Rev. music for the 11:00 am. and 7.00: i A. R. McGlockton. serving the Holy LOOSlflf I ITUB gCyOllffttHINQ
Communion. Choir one B. TO
extend many ,thaw to friends Raymond Junlous, Minister In p.m aervicei with the pastor presiding
from churches throughout the charge. The deceased passed at The Holy Communion will Last Rites Held and Usher Board number 2 will ANKLES arms at ahonTder helgnt ....*......
county tot helping to make thePJ'OC1'&I1I her home on Tuesday, June 22, be served at both service I serve throughout: the day.services straight out to the aldte.Re- .... .'.
the degree of success at thiS: a.m., following an extended Weekly Thought: "Cod If ever Visitors attending the o torn to front position and." "
that It wai. illneti ready to hear us. It It for ui to For Mrs. Terrell I Sunday, June 28 wen Miss Gwen continue.,sldefronteidefroBteto. ) ,. \

Mrt. Mary Black, chairman, labiA native InotQ Cadiden County, speak to Him and to lltten". Mrs. Hattie Terrell, Newark, N. dolyn Johnson Jones of Tallahassee.of Quincy\ and VTiitonan Alfred : \

Mrs. Darcui Dlggs, co-chairman pcommunll1 ee J. redden, and formerly of Quincy always welcome. '- Do TO LOOSEN : .
and Rev Oren Lewis, paitor. ,known. where the wu wellSeveral Arnette Chapel patwd to the great beyond The Pulpit Aid Board will meetat e. SHOULDERS ; J,
i June 10. She wu a native of the home of Mn. Lila Jackson .
yean ago the confessed Trangeburg, S. C, lived here In B at 3.30 .t .. tying flat on your back,keep
Rites Held For Chriit u her Saviour, and Joined Church News before on Sunday, July legs parallel and swlngthent
Elizabeth Missionary Baptist The pallor and memben of tUNer N.yean J. In 1938. She It ia important for iwlmmn up and over the head. Touch
1 Mrs. SconiersFuneral lurch where the served faithful p.m.Here toes to the land back there
to loose flex
develop ,
Amette Chapel announce their wu a member of Metropolitan
ly. She was a member of several and ThereMrs. ible ankles. Sit on a high if you can (Support comesstool ti
schedule of actlvltll'llor the week Baptist Church where the served hands
aervicei for Mn Sophie from arms and push
auxiliaries. fence rock f
a ,a pier,
Sconlen was held from Elizabeth Her fraternal connection Included beginning Friday, July 4, 1964: on various boardi. The funeral Marie Corker, Mrs. Lassie a porch, a piling, a diving ing against the ground.,
Baptist Church Love Feast will be held on Friday services were conducted from the Bring hands up to the back
Mtiiionary the Charitable Pall Bearers Jackson, and Mill Marsha Lakaye board, or anything high
Monday, June 29, 2 p.m. The Rev.T. and The Good Shepherdi. night at 7:30.: Sunday school tame church June IS at 12 noon. Jackson spent two weeks In Chicago \ enough so that the feet will; if you need extra support)
T. Jackson, pallor of Mt. Pie. The Rev. R. Junloue deliveredthe will be held at 8:10 am. at which A short program preceded theeulogy : 111., with Mr. and Mrs. Jim- hang free Shake the ankles H. TO STRENGTHEN
ant Missionary Baptist Church eulogy A abort time delegitei to the Sunday' which was given by the mle Stephens. Mn. Stephen Is in a sideway movement to THE THIGHS

was In charge The deceased the eulogy. program preceded School Convention will be elected clergyman, Rev. B. F. Johnton.Survlvon the daughter of Mrs. Corker and a devtlop flexibility. Swim-
at the Cadaden The Sunday School ConventIon are Glummer ">r- mtrs in competition should .... ..
passed County The survivors are Albert Crane! friend of Mn. Jackton. The A good swimmer must !>erelated. .
lit will convene at St. Hebron A. rell, husband; daughter: Mn. keep this up consistently bQ
Hospital following a brief berry, husband, Alston Moon, an former resident! of Loose Ibol den are .i
Monday June 22. M E. Church, July 16-19. 1961 Johnnie M. Terrell and Mn. Audrey Tallahassee
Dm on brother, Mn. Rote Lee Alexander and Qulncy. just u important u loose
The well known citizen It a native Mn. Arodlne Speights, and Morning worship and evening; Terrell; grandchildren, Law- Mr. and Mn. Jimmie Stephen TO STRWOTHEIt' THE ankles.Practice rotating the '
of Cadsden County, where the Mn. Sallle Mae Morn, aliten worship will begin at 11 a.m. and rence, Harm and June Ander- proudly I announce the birth of a BHOULJ'ERSANDARMS shoulders. Pull them back, -",
resided molt of her lite. She worked Interment was made In the 6:30: p.m., respectively. Rev A. eon; greatgrand, Kevin, all of baby girl, Carrie Marie, on May 1.Standing in swimming pothen up forward, and relax.
for several yean at a domestic Smith cemetery with Slmma-Jack- H. Hunter will deliver the menage New Jeney; titter, Mn. Joule B. 27, 1964. The Stephens, who are sition, with elbows straight Repeat in continuous motion.
worker.A and administer the Holy Jackson, QuIncy; and a devoted and a book in each hand, TheDrevth.mo'l'8m.ntlawl
resident of
QuIncy now
abort program preceded the ion Funeral Home In charge. I Communion both morning and brother In law, Choice Jades, live former in Chicago.ttHEEIXHAIB. both arm. forward, forward,up,back,and relax "W
Sr.!( brother, Norman and Eddie then back, continuing I for Repeat
eulogy. A (oral mlnitter assisted evening services, with Rev. W.
: Morgan, Colqultt and Ashbum ward and back.See: Photo) From position flat on your
with the services. Dodgers Lose A. Campbell, Sitter Pauline Mo- WEDDING B. FOR BACK AND
2. Variation Alternate the beach mat, lift the legs into
Ga.; auntt, Julia Black and Rule
MIIUan and Slater Carrie Jack-
The SconJort While
lurvrron ant James Ga.
Warm Spring STOMACH
notion of the arm., that., vertical position, as shown,
Washington of Onngeburg & C
husband, Orlando, Mrs. CUlaKlmble In Big Game eon assisting. sitting in wheelchairs, Joseph one swings forward while Take good stance with feet supporting the back with
and hOlt of !
I Ruby, mother, Mia Dolor- Choir number one and tuner a relatives anfriendss. Kovach and Helen lindsey wenmarried. ". 'the other swings backward. spread wide. Keeping the the hands. Then pretend toride
i M Johnson, Orlando, daughter The Quincy Dodgers: team waimorked board number one will aerve at Interment wu In Newark The bride and groom Continue swinging forward knees straight, touch finger a bicycle in the air.
\ WUlle C. Ivory and Kenny L. from tint place Sunday both morning and evening eer N. J. are victims of Infantile paralysli. and back. tlpe to opposite foot, I..lnlXeep at it
fconlun tout, all of Orlando by the strong team of Sylvester vices They met 7 yean ago: while receiving
Arthur Rody and Oscar Rody, Ga Th. Georgia Nine defeated Usher Board Number one will Hospital Report treatment at the Georgia
brotheoa, both of QuIncy Interment the Dodgers W. The Sylvester meet at the home of Mr. and Mn. Warm Springs Foundation. The
was held Smith tarn got a Jump on the Dodgers Luther Watklni at 4 p.m. Sunday, Admlitiona.June D through June marriage took place at the foundation
cemetery. uthe runeenl for 4 runt In the tint Inning TV with the president Mr. H- L. Jackson 29 (Dates Inclusive<< ) after a courtship by malL ;; MyNglghbarsu'
Home In charge. Dodgers tied the soon with 4 all preiidlng. Stewardeta Board COLORED!:
:7 !
/ ----- In th. Bth liming and took the number S will meet in the baw- Joshua Scott Jr., Hazlle M. BALL TO CYPRUS ;>> 1l
Card of ThanksWe lead in the 7th, but wu unableto ment of the church at 4 p.m. Smith, Frank Singleton Mary President Johnson hat sent _.
hold it Sylvester scored S in Sunday. Alice Trotman, Linda Mae Danny George W. Ball Under Secretary .
the family of me late Mn the 8th Inning and 4. in the 8th. A.C.E. League will begin at Judton Safford Saundra Gall of State, to Athena oIto warn the r"l7aeBitla ;
Itatae Terrell, with to express Rayfleld! Ellu wu the losing 5 p m, Sweet Annie Lucille Walker, Greek Government the serious I 1\ _
cur sinners thanks to our many pitcher although he wu relieve The Sunday school board will Shlnlta Johnnn, Elatha Lanier, view the United States take of clue Bella Jehovah alone did lead him.
Mends who were eo kind and :by Eddie J. Wetter when the score meet on Monday, July 8, at 8.30: Robert Pendleton Houston, Quincy the sharpening crisis over Cyprus, Blessed are the peace DentJ2:12)).
thoughtful many different waye 'were tied. But the bases wa p.m. ; Julius Campbell, Jessie. D. an official aald. It la reported aaakeni for they shall be w
during the Illness and passing of loaded Wetter relieved by Official Board will meet Tuee Han Mt Pleasant; Rufus Lee that President Johnson warnedTurkey called ., We should always remem*
cur loved sos Thanks for your Smith and Smith was relieved by day, July 7, at 7 Wllllamt, Tommie Lee Dais that intervention In Cyprua 1:9). tone God.-HatL her, especially In troubled
j. prayer, flown, letter, telegrams -Anderson. On next Sunday, the On Wednesday, July; I at 8:SOpm. Gretna; Derrel Scott, Havana; would Imperil the North Atlantic Q' times, that the Father withlatti
sympathy cards, cheerful Dodgers will meet Moultry, Ga.,, ., the regular prayer service Gloria Jean Brown, Bristol; Treaty Organization. The more wa promote peace '. -- will lead the way If we
expreealoni and all other eervlceermdered at Dodgers Pary. will be held. HazU Martin Porter, Chattahoo- personally, the more we con- t; pray for guidance. We must
1 Thanks again. May the Banding! : 10 W and 3 L. cede People who aren't In a hurry tribute to z ..
peace :
onlvenally. fr put our faith trustingly
I Almighty bias each of you. Some of the imnio that one have very little to do. r.
M\r Joeto & Jackson It It not wry difficult, In hot heart these days does not suggestmusic Not everyone who plani a life This it the time of year when The hatred more we eradicate fear, '. ".e",I' :';;"-4-' Him and He will direct our
\ BbOTntr Terse and family weather, to fed too tired to work. can live It. it really pays to advertise. intolerance from "" --. etepe in the proper path j
our own heart the more w. Economy neaUoa'-th.
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e KTOtf la almost always the same- Into the ootiM. walla from Inside .

IRELAND EAXLAMOluswIUTES block the entry post ef the the homo. Unfortunately,
iMistmre.ionetimea. the tighter the emstraetioa ant
Business Forms it'. easy. Take the the awn eomplete the Ineola
case of a peeling window sIU.ChaMeei U tioa. the Men likely thli la toA

the sill has are dried the eat caalklag end,racked Mi.r, wvt ......, aa avent.4clothea
and Labels "f
: Tags EIANT' drrer, excessive steam
ECNES allewiaa setters to reach the
ban w.... If so, the core Is ;from cooking er bathing may
easy. Scrape eat the eld caulk 'mi re"l'l&l&\

: G Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service !I. and Ill with sew eonpoaad.Xememhar. trap it. When moisten trUe ..

too that b.tt ends .escap. pwliag le the resale
AND .f extremely alwor- Pafat eb..et hue bee,week.
627-7649 w.a which Bt Wlr "wick bf e* this nobtaB eJid
1ST CHAPTER OF .p" istea Lay pwUac.ekauved done something about tt. They
adjacent to W eIIde- save. eWlomd aew Mlits thai
EXCITING NEW sock aa window sills toner are far Use Ukrir to Mister taaa
boards er clapboards Wet U-faahioiMd linseed oil paiata.
SERIAL"Black be prevented r a Misterresist.aatnvtem. "Ledtehnue petal for ax.ample :
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES which tectodM the .. i ie fonmlaMd eo that It
sampiag aM saadlng ., peeled. be athe.* That r. II aUwsMtotare I
,. Whip taw ae well aa liberal appttcaIMM vapors to escape with
*f both primer sad the owl bHetera. When M as a
IS South Madison StzMt of Zorro" JI'O Mr flak cwt pert of the blister-resistant ir*>
R" BUst ri alntten an brraraV !- ton. UislariBf 1* BtaUita y
/ the retail eX IPOiaWn .




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TRLES ItIMOVItO O. lI..h.tlmm.l. plot Th. followlnr d.f.nd.nt. townI Motor*, In qulro" ,. flori.li looking di<. i.u our llc mci'la, -
C"'I Johnny Own,.. wkeaa ".I'.n... and ad ..it ID Black I ol Bh.dy The rm.uda or the aal. will I pu
I I .17.1.. U .,...M after dlllnt *wrokInquiry N.H.k Kubdlvl.ion whirr I* a 1. 4>plld In lbs payin.nl 44 tnt and they art forever annoyIng .vrryai Think I left Morrow Cleaner
CLASSIFIED ADS .nd are unknown.K. 1 ,..uMI".lon of ..,I.ln.llAt. host of i.uklnt, alorlnt anlaal fwppt; their ownrra, both I out of the lint of merchant that

W JOHNIION, III 14m..LAe SI and .0 sod *." *, LoIs of .id motor v.hl.'l. and niftit *m1 day. 'drive. gnu would done Saturday, July 4. At
K:. JOHNtON, JAMM TBLrAJR 44 and 41 aol 11151 part ofJ.AU Ibo oo t of puMkwtlon of nolle.
LEON JONNCON, MART U1C. Let IS lying loath at of uU and then to lbs aatla. rIM, and frequently put through least I taw a lgn in hIs window
KBNBIB AUQI'VrviU ; R.uitwiy or Rob.rta City fMtlan .'"th. hal.nr. duo under ih* publIc ttreeta, but new without Haling that he would be cloeed

I JOHVBON. MAl: JOHfHON. Quini1' Uadtd.n County, ba contract with Ban Hoitlok \having a tor* tiring: of curt, on the Fourth So I gueat he will
MOBILE HOMES MAOOIH MAK AMBROKB. FIt.rllu.ha. Rout* I laos IM Quinn y. Floridacov.rlra
', ALMA R. PaWRT, ton filed siatoal 'OU ..nd'OU tka niunolni; of laid tIc,. and nvgltvted bird dogtyelping be open on the Monday following.

::WRENT THOMAS O PRRHT. KAT1B ar. roq.lr-.l I oaorv.s top, motor .T.hlol Any aurplua will around rny buggy wheel
INVISIBLE aEftUVING ..... '."Ice PaRRY L.ANIBR. HOW A"" ill your An..r 0' ?lsdlng to b. paid to you, and you will r*. and In front ol my hnrapt. This U the time here at the
i and PaRRY, PORTKR PBRRT, the Compl.int on th* plaintiff main llabl' for any hal.nc. r.. "It
make holn. cuta. lean attorn. list A. Davla CItIsunslink trem to IllS If our worthy office when we all Jolt love It.
CLBMBNTINA 015177115. m.lnlng unpaId usdir SaId
Mw Tarlette son.trod.
Moon. .
KM RENT On* tara. kadroamkom burnj dlaappear from ..... PAN1BL ORirriN RICHARP > Hullitlnir, Qulnoy, rlorlda. law maker would tax each dog Inventory time and that I* a
Cor Mitt one tw. bxt Cardn.r Ceaeer SUwart.Nice CLKM ORIFWN AR.THtni sod lIly th* orlalnal I An.w.r or AtMOCIATM Dlil.'OVNTt'ORPOLITIOPS owner the turn ctf one dollar iroat mlmtatemeitt: ; I jiut made.
room kom Car HO 01 p.r month aged annrnlt and fabric clean UNd Trailer Plaxlln. m tk. office .oI .
HOiANr 01577114NWISN (which could be dona by idling 5 We have thl* twice a year and
will poh.b.d oik tilt 7
Merit 1' t Id. oirrull Court on or BY MatMnlalTallahaaa
Sate r and 10 Wide WTCIOTHH. ROBBRTF a B.
katk *Bd klloh.a and all nod. your damaged |ir- JOHNSON. CARRIB: C. ..for. inn hat day of Autuat, **, FlorIda It npcdal collar coaling $1, and cum at least on January 1 it 1* coot.

crc I.eVSfllIflC.L T B VI." b.. menu br havIng &b... U- w. trad for hirattur etef JOHNSON and L. .\. JOHN hIS K t,.it fall to do .- luclam.ni prlllng the lame to be placetamund Sure will be glad when It I* behind -
Oun.boro rl.. Pboei H' I. : IN MALI CUAIMt CWRT
IIn 0. HI 1,1111. vlalblv rewoven. Fair ,rlef ..y1hIng value lION: sgii il.o h) .d.r.ult.u for Ito will '.11.* 'fak.a... OADrWKN COtJrfTT. FLORIDA the wilt: of each 'bowier'thia me and we can get back to
TO Any and alt p Ieon.. firm, nuiaanr .
dRIFFITH INIVHAMCB could, to a grea normal.RECREATION
and prompt Mrvlce. bEAm m*> In the ComnlilnlThl. '
W. Us,. COOL SEAL corporation, tru.ta._.k.n.- nullshall da puhll.hedone. CY extent be abated, itt WIsely on
flcl.rl. h.tr*. dO\'I and AU.N.I
Audrey Rtavra to3 Weal otk.r rlalmlna, or 10 claim .>>'h w..k for four e.n._ account of the extremely low quality

FOR RENT King SL. Qularr. r... ,II..n.7CU. U. .. 10 W mile weal efTalqula I by, th rou ah, or under ack, atlv.. work* In the Uadid.n Couahy BUIABKTH HAMILTON" ol thra urert dost very l.wOWIIt'ro

If tea.Tallabaa or all of th. .ho,. known. i_>.I'.d Ordered al Qulnoy, l",(*nd.ntNOTICkl would) do down Into their

d..n.nl.. ...1.Sarludlng! ... of tuck tb. f0.OPicIIO. af Go'... ivuniy, rlorlda lola to IM HBRBHT tit... pockets for lbs tax money. This
Modern I Bedroom tuifar ***, Florida Jay ..r ,line. *004. hat I. Olke W Mwarda. Kh.rlff NEWS
lined Apartmrat. Located IBDuplei the emil mol. d..nd.nt. a.Sri II''IS'I'Ro: nl Oadtd.n Cetinty, Fiorina, unr law would 01 course, only apply
at Tit W. HaihlntIon. ----- ----- till Weal Tea-wet* living and la Ills r*. Cl.rli Clrrult Court O.d-d.n ... and ky virtue af a Writ ofBserutton to town dog*."
ipacllv. of sari of
the mil. d.f.ndanli .. .,. Oomu Florida.B h.rMofor. U.u.d out W.u. Mr. Jonea, thai $1 tax wal hhv, bntIli James
Wlthli walking die
0' lha ahov entitled Court. In
'''... tll.llll ...... and In the Pouali a. Into rftert, but until BERN' RI'TH LEAGLIagl'o :
r* pctlva July
lance ef ahope, arbool and I Iwputy ( lb sabov.s.1,1. ... .. bsvslonied ratII II up
husbands of outs ., the "u"i ( 11.17)
churcbra. Mil \ P.VI. i up..n lbs tuliowlng itruOrly it down't look like II
aid f.mala d.f.ndanl aiar Att M-i.y fur Plaintiff Ptuute, lylog aol bib 0 hat done much good. TOr TEN: SlITTERSP1.yer
lIving: and yulno, FiorinaJuly 0......... Cnunty, Florida to-wlt: lenin .h II .\If.11'f'fI1 .
Call KT-7K1. daring bus r TO' Any and all ptriona flints I, *, 14. II 41IN tin. lll. Ford Twa Door '
net hour*. .r C2742M. after .. WELL DRILLING or corporation hsWlsp 8.dn, Ih Numb.r AlAnillKT A 1902 poem In th* Timer: \ Mllulle II I .5012Forvhnnd

I p.m.put. ri elilm. to, or having any TMK t-IRCt'lT rOVRT orTHt 1M. Florida 1mg NumKarIIlilt. Ari'KAL TO TUB LADIES Mlamllt 10 I ..100Alttiey
rI ruht, till. or Ini.rot ad Till Numb.r 401. Manila II' ,453Mi'Knlglit
FisSuring a Complete Pore. ta the pl.intlff.. An SKOONU JITICIAl. (1M. UII Oh, women,
i nl. M.. ('I'll' I'K FU\Hir'A, IS AND In houra of Stand. O. 13 4 .308
Uoe ef Dmlng Pump ,., r.rrall. a widow, WCHXSCKRV A. Ih* prop.rty of the abov. your eaar,
ISTAR Home et Irrigation. Annla bioS r....... Murphy FOII HtnBN. COUNTY. namad d.f.nd.nt, and that o* Ih. Uncertain coy, 01101111. Maemla 20' ,.300I

I and William W.k Mur.b.lnc CAIN NO ltd Icy of Aua-u.l. lilt, ...tw.... And hxrj to pll'IIIIo >1MMI.unta 20' .301)
I ph", ".. hu.b.nd, In or holb. ha legal hour of Mia, lamely ,
followIng Ooar'lh-.l roil l. ." e'clork In the ....nnon you,
I astalo or .n, par' or 1'.1 VII. ruAnmrr, end two clock In tha orl...."., $ll I CO. thor.o' .11.51.. 1,1" lid 'nORlH o. Mid day, at till door of the Wht-n on fi,.. atreeltYou Spo'rllng MUMI" g I ,2:2O'llIt'y.
SERVICJE: th* Oounly of Gad.. THOMPHON.ntcrcNDANT 'otirt H,,,.. In Qulncy Oad.d.n .
INSURANCE .I'd: 511074, 0. IS a .200
14l South Monroe St don ll.t of riorlrta 1 NOTITHTHE (Vunly, Fiorina I will off.r for re pleiued to go?
Tallall.Florida and more particularly d>. .51., and loll u lbs hIllIest Say, ladea, art ynu quilt aware OTINIlINGi:
..,Ib.d .. followa, to.wllt I TO) "1'lWM THOMPHllN. I bidder rot roots. In hu". hha Ttw way you hold tens Thom Won .141s'tSlitnmtarjCh
I tlMIDT tOt All that part of the NW | of b.iv. a* Ih.rop.rty .
prop.rty $ P 2
Koid.nr' and addraa Maket
Eli SUwort Younq'i ihs NW I of Hartlon II, ki :Jb'I .,.\. I* folks Hart
wn Musonic Blues 4 4Attsmlgtis
Townablp I North, Hang I And winner
UII." .
I .. said ICiMBtlonMho : ,
.IlIled that
Y h. ", a
"i art
*..l, and all tkat of I 5
part (
LI'RPARK Hh.rlff Not a little a Unit bit.
AlONE TRA trill- the NB lull In dlvorr ha* h. krouahl
| of Ika NW or"notion
.r fir rnt mpl.tly furn.h.d, ...lh.i \ m lbs CI..all'out<< Oad.d.a County, Fiorina
I4..I for <..upl.. Phone lu* Afcknit. -I Plumbing rLx,..,.., Dactrical Ranta I II Wcpt Town-nip, whli'h.: I Sloe North and of It .d..i.n you (...U.I', Klorlil. IB' -July I. I-. It. II 41Ntvrirw That August 1801 laaue had a Mrs. Allen 85

Mil if Suppliea. Pip and Fitting I. W..t of lIt. r.nt.r of a Chan n\ l h y JAMRfl C. TIIOMP- ,
---- -- -- -'I I Water H...*,.. TU. Board road known aa Ih. old mate DON' H,,il you ... II.,.", "ulod !. Nntica I. k.rby .l'.n thai couple of paragraph roncrming
Rnad laadlna- from Qulnry I. I* file tIlts ih* Clerk af lbs sill lbs Hoard of Adlu.tmant p......,. the paulntl.irousma. "Scuppermng Succumbs Horo
CAPITAL PEST CONTROL Cat aad OU Heater ,...II.h....*. ('luinl \ i.ur wrltl.n n.f.na p.r I .d fop by H.Nkm ||.|| af the grtprt art now being placed
FOB KENT pueslly or it If ally r.oct. '
yaltttroi 7 f Ordinance, ( 117 atlulncy
Peel (:oa.... ToralMCntrol URBRTINUR: T.u. and nth tharft sod to ..r.. upon tinPIsIntlIf' FlorIda, will I hold pub. hull the market and moonlljiln

MEXICO BEACH Hal aid f.yu wIll, .tka.. Hark haraky.f rogulr.d th .bo..tafll. attorney a mpy tkr. I hMrlnr *l I.I* e'olock a f. M MIme hides art bound to follow." Mrt SaiUe Gam Allen U, of

Maark F.....<.. I ROCCOPIPE tyl.d Court end a.r.a *an Col i of on tr k.for. lbs lot day WAutu.1 ISooday JuIp leth, 105. .t Ibol'tly Another: '"Th teaion tor watermelon Gremabnrq paad away at T
LN. trim ..e.w's l.n Khlvar, Owynn Itantol.atlorvoy. A P 114 la lbnett of Qulnoy aa U now pawing, ff0117psaslnd o'cknk Tueeday evening In thjCadailen
thin 1M ft.
Call Tall.II...... Fla. I Hereto loll *ot or Judim.nt lbs .i>r al of I'r W. Forr.it 10,. :
... ,.. at law, P. a Box II '
.d.. > w .d. will b. *.....d atain.t' you byWITNIIISII lop from the and the "cam" doa wU Chunty HwpluL
denial of th* Buildif
( .lt.a*. .,...,.. aro..da. & SUPPLY CO. Talltk.a., Florida, .ttorn.- ,.'.ul1 I ; Dom In
thee for ...... '_. .'* COLLECT for" plaintiff, your answer oraltar ,, band and lbs if ln.p ntnr aT Ik* rily af again boos a rat until augar Montloetlo Ky Mr

.,...... ..... ...*.... ....... HOME MITE 1IS-S4M 44 TEARS OF SERVICE d.f.nalva r>l.dlni to lbsComplatol noel .1 oil my Court at QuiOry, i t.Quint's build danylnt kl. .r.PIl..atl", ran begin to bloom." I dint Allen moved to Creembora 4
Will reel for *.n_ ar ...... fll.d IB tkl* raua ,* riarln. Ibis, th* It dy of Jun*, roni of an hIS op.n ra.ld.nr : III* get II. year ago. She was a member

1'.1111IM,. .. MA la f* OFFICE S22-17M IfONC T* This Area or I..bafnr.. If*you the fall Ird ta day no at...Autnat. a De.e ., A l> ,IMICIiVMS ...11....' 1>'1.., Qulnry, Floridaoau. I", the Baptiat Qmrcti la Somer.

en PHONE I2MI17 ,.. Pr. Conf.iae will ka tak.B or PAUHri HAtn cornT "> .. ef ....11 ef aufflol.M I thought 1hded all of art Ky.
1110 .. Monroe Street .aaln.l ru for Ika r.ll.f d. It, l'u"'l'' a Baur, 1). C. front.y.rd bIts .n.y.par.Thl. .of. Jibe, "". thai poem about th* lUet, but In l\inral tervtrtr win be eon*

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA m.od.d. of aid (tstmpttoItlb. .HAL .\ I'AVm nr>A"" or AnjiwrnncNT or another column I found the balance dmied today h Somenrt and In.ernwnl .
"" meld rau.a b.ln a
Eiki: I t I3 WSIAPCm : .] STOP lull to quite and confirm pl 'l*. At .,..y .1, liwuulnr THM CITY or gurncr, FLOK.By of It: will follow there, The

;, llffa* nil. In the ."" ......-'1..4 A..orn.y). Florida fcr "Ialnllft ,M B. halos If they were niaileSo J. D. Actuni TImers] I lorn* ama

MON!!:,. III you, spire For All Your 'form r.al" ,.rronoua.late. and bail forth.In d.anrlptlonIn ra. July I, e. II, II ,, ('h.Irma" tight o HIT in rharg nnI..tf.: l arranvenvmtB.

,,111,5 eslItni Avon 1r you hove RADIO c.rl.ln mail a. .,.nllon.. In < _ July I, t St Or are you on* iktughler
4 huuli C dey .0 .par. frOm 'OU I Bad Ih* old OnmplalnlW1TNCM 'TflWlitlO HTTXAKRH, To their aiuumeM blind Mn. Mile Reno IVtcher ;.c
ttnmr. Writ. Mia. Dorothy M.,. Need UT HAND and Ik* h'r.l.r aoilfl4 that
Tun lireennhoro
Fishing TV SERVICE art. Vraua* ramiotSr : and two tnna, IL Edwin
tin P. O Dos 1141 MHH T.llaha I"..| of meld Court al Qulnry, lbs followIng, motor ..hl",., ll.t you
.a, Via, or call '''.1111. U Lake Talquln Road :nadwl.n ('nunl,. Florida, thl. Plymi.utk 4 door aerial Mo.llltll.l brhlrkl. Allen, Somenet, and W. Fatter
| .pair. AllMakM II 4., of Ju... ..n. 1114.rdwln will b. oold at puhll. Bits And To learn why pmiil Alktv HumaliW Ky.
WANTED* iAUWVAJC Cua. W. D. Kartell .. Fobarte U. aad Pin HI* at II ee *vioi-k on ih* ink Grin and pause?
tome curl ..,.1... In Qulnry orT AVTO AUIOI WBI.COM Clark or nail Court >.<.atur Co.. Oeorala, full or part By noiifl. II Baur rrCf T.rmlnal, llav.na Florida you
time. Barn! II III hourly anil up rnoita ..1. 6..iUNDAT >TTF WIIIVBRS: OAVTNK Pieces Do It "jiut bprauaet" of Brat-hand otiwvutlona of polio
Por Information .*. or WrIte S "S I1AIUIPI?, Tha nrooawl* of Ih. ..!. will U you are pnliHHi e lm* at Marlneland o(

i 1>. C Thra.I 1411 N. B..a. Tal- 117 east. Park ...... k* appll.d lo Its p ym.nt of hIs BT HUTCH Thin Id not M bad rlorlda which ha. .been collecting
lilt...... ABC ..0.." a tv SLs..ICO P O. P. IIA' anal o( ..'..1... (torln* and ,
.. .. turn tnformaltor tlnce l 37.
T.II.h. .Id molar v.hlrl sod Mhrn you are Mnewhat
I July I, I II. II, 10 II I" WnoS J.c'7... FOR PI""IT"" lull of -- .. -.. -
I th. r_l of puhllwllnn of 0.11,1.If Thk-kly dud,
PnMlnatlon d.t..i July I, *, II. Ml. and th.n to the aatl.fao- I
4tIN My wife had a phm roll from Out U you
and II. 1144_ of Ih. bal.nre due under
WOMEN WANTED fan FENCEINDUSTRIES I THB CIHCl'IT COURT OFTHR II lion,. eonlraci wilt Kdwrd III.,. one nf our tuhtrrlher th* other Have a figure why ELECTRICALSERVICE
UNCLAIMED RBPAIIU W* iKCONO Jt'niClAt Cln. rill. Rout. I. HoI III, Havana.Florida nlcht. Said ah read my column Worrit fall to Ml
time tjpln at home. 130 to SOweekly. kav thraa lln.., CawIng )I.. i 'I
,ovarlni th Si I flnanrlnt
HotIPE/if What
rll'r it AdO' FOR regularly hut wanted me to leave mean the eye.Var .
0111... that war* nnelalai.d Pay v.hlol. Any .urplu.
8 nd RmunM and IN a.ld motor
r.palr kill lit 41 'rh... .....hlno. will I b* paid lo you, and you will nut my golfing experience* alnre woman
hour available.. BKPR, Box I... In ....11... shape Writ CHA4rNRY.SUIT 'Tfl PORPW'UIII.1ItORTOAI1IQ remain flabl. for any kalanr re- she did not play golf and didn't Whatao'r u be

JI3U Houston Texa 41 C.otur H.rvlo. Manager 404 L *tlgbl .Pt.Using, Pin. mailIng unp.ld knd.r sail **.. underatand the game. She tugReeted That make the vlilini

...01.. ,.1.. It I. FORUIIT DAV'I.rJl", '""AHH ATM MWOUHTfilHIIlltATIHN that I writ more atxxil Whlrh ** aee. I Anything from wiring .
NO old time Thank Cnrretl II.l'Irous
VII. flY thIs rait, ,
WANTED I.lmlt.d ""mb., of 7l'c.'rNN PAIl and hi. wit*. BT n K Ml..nl.l Agnet, and I'U try to do better ., this very day, a hous. to replacing

piano: atud.nta. For more In. IIDltImiIImIN AMAN..A PAll Toil."....*. rtorlna ttNiTrV In the future. Ami hold your tklrt a Ughl bulb
formation call. 441-KII or writ. '
Joan Rowan, Rt 1, Hoi SAl, MONEYDOWN NOTIOKTO or P1,1.1TO I Sum other way. 1 1U.WII.t
Qulnry. J n. II, July I II I. P'IIONPII' 1)AVIII .n. WH""M IT MAT that In a "Letter to the Editor"printed
tlHCUIT CtJltRT OrTHB FAUll ...lde Tou are h.r.ky aollflad
THIS r *
BUOBNB eUewher In thIs Uau atuherrlher teen "Old; Iolttlb.. Iko
anooND jcmciAb CIRCUIT and aid... .blown the allowIng motor v.hhil.i 1511hS.reury Shepardat
FOR SALE OK ri RlI>A. IN *141) You. Rut.n Paul .,.'h..*. 4 dnor larIat I NeIIHUIIIIM eomplalna about the Kngllahmnn. out praetlrtng at the
FOR OANIDKN (HJlTtTT' IN by notIfIed th.t a Onmpl.lnt t* will ka anld at .....1 lire nulaanr Inhe ul'Tllllh Uwano ('1111 ..,.1)'. What'i lii.mailer .

HOUSES CHANCJCRT' CAaU NO 1114EU fitrul osesrorta In .molt.so.enIll. lt, .1.l at I* 05 a'rlnrk .. lbs' llflghl ...i...... In the Auinut I] 1-hllT Working In the at
I ,,.. 5.mOWDWL.i. followlna ....-'Ib... propertyNOTICB Ilik .., of July, lltt, al t ii.r
Pt.AIMTIFP. = 1802 Ueu of the Time a tuberrlbed country thew deN Arthur FUel
.FOR. PALE blob hams- l-badroom, near 11..eonrt .,.* UP TO 36 MONTHSTO .. oiPl4cA'I.e i ri ) iF IIIAXL'ICiCIi by the name of mil June and "Stubby" Munme have beenranaplrunu .BUTCH

Munro. &'hool, Call .n..." P ulD1E: WIWID D0WTIaLSuTHu ... ii. ,... had a Ilk*. ctmlplaAnI.wtddi went by IhIdr'e' In
J\Xo. "''U.IWAN"'. Pharl.e II HilBn.y, Mi* FURNITURE CO.
tf OTTK: 6. That
'1.' t pm. l' .t'Yr'f! rrmicBT thualy I : hit hut weather too I heard thai
: ,
..rtltl..I.I h.* '''.d pull erttflratta
FOR MALlS to ...... on FREE ESTIMATES STATE: or rLORIMA knld.r l.. dual of I ho la followlne ba l.iu.d th.....n, Th. i..rtlfli 4* ...mh... and _There 5. too, many uaeleaa Stubby had been up In WlaranalnIn MAM f.1141It

Or..0e boro Mlabway noi.fontfronlaaa TOI BIiUIH WILLIE [MWOUoI! 5,_.. of I......'., Ik. d.crlptloIn I of lbs propel, and Ik. nam. tOw cool recently. Yell earn. ... III.1411
Good houa Will I soil 114 HOftTON BTHEETATLANTA. : :
ill or In' l-aora tract* Call IIAIn CALL OKOHUIA! whlrk II ... *....... are 5.Cl. .t follow R5Ii551h15 p.PMOS5lO5 II really lan'l all that hot out I War.houte Fk. MAUI Mill
TKAR or rrorRiPTioi I i or NAMPJ ii WHICHAirlkTK1) 75007 MS 0111015lieapWoas I
t-IItT U You era k.r.br notlfi.d I that a ,. there.
..II for dlvarr his k..* brought 140. llWUANCB PROPERTY : il5i "....... .. ..... .
FOR ALB Brick V en..,. I- 627-8661 Ilnl you la th. Circuit C..rt fI lOll P0111 list It. a ml rt. 3. c luuiteaf r.1'-9' "' ..." YIIR -- -
.. ld house, I b.draoma, I UUBIt IKOalHallakl
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Ill N. $...'art Hi' Qulncy T.I. ,I. p.rnnallr *r kr $11501. 4 WanIIs TBIKVIIIn *.. Alt 10Tt AVAIL4tLtl TKIHI. HlataiaBt I.... PIOuS). I.krf 11 .S.

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HEALTH FOOD SERVICE eopr tII..or In *r ".'0'. tile sad mu.r5.ndS.pa. ..tt.. Will
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Health Fonda will k. *nt.rd .|.I..t you by Iaaiilp, p55 ....,
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FOR iALB Conrr.ta ar MIM- 4
truotura, I p.drooma, blf living Mint Aadrry RaiTet. Owner mr hand and tho Ro".. I Avallakla ,........1', tart ..... .. 114.1504 ,..11.._
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Oad.d.n County Tim.*. tf ky. notlflad and r*..ulrd .. pr.. rrr. THAR or Matiprioi f HAhN ''if WHICH Against TERMITES!

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ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL and load them warm for reheat and Mrs. T. R. Smith. During where they attended the wedding
theScenes their short visit they were delightfully of his niece. They were accompanied
I rdrGadsden;; lODlL J'RIDAYI- Batten's fJe.jonaMre. entertained. II by son James Godwin and
ChildrenThroughout ecretarie keep the wheels d Mrs. Gladys Holly, Mrs. Varol coshes
For commerce turning at a brisk and Frank Whittle spent the Urns and Mrs. "Tot" Butler are ; Erin and Mable Conrad
By BeyBoU Knight profitable pace according to weekend at Panacea fishing in New York attending the Pilot .of Pompano Bead are spending
centuries the many dote obmrvsn ot the business where she joined friends from dub Convention. the summer here with their mother
the New York, June M In recent earn They aid and abet Georgia.Mr. Mrs Vernon DeVane and children Mrs. P. W Conrad.
human race has had the problem yean businessmen haft learned their bosses In dozui of ways, and Mrs Douglass Brooks Beth and Ernest of Maine Mr and Mrs. Richard Ashleyand
with those
of dealing retarded.among that calorie do and smoothing the operation of offices spent the weekend at Panama are visiting her parents, Mr. and children have been visiting
them who were mentally have used this knowledge to Increase industrial oompteexs and Institutions dry. Mrs. George A. McDearmld for Niagara Falls and Canada. They
ThTl handicap was considered to a lot erf sales score of all kind Mrs. E. H. Routon baa returned two months. Her husband is over- will also visit relatives In Gads-
be- Incurable, A and result sometime roe retarded With increasing numbers of For their valuable skills, most from a "Western Tour." Some of eeu. den, Ala. ?
wen diabolic. a mistreated America watching their weight U. S. secretaries draw weekly the place she visited were Los Mrs. C D. Johnson Is In Orange-
were persecuted and segregated.With the demand for low-calorie or salaries ranging from $85 to $120, [Angeles, San F Francisco Vancouver burg, S. C. visiting her son In
neglected Christianity dietetic foods and drinks bat all according to the Bureau of Cen; Lake Louis and Grand law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs
the rise of to but gone into orbit and there'i sus. This attractive wage scale Canyon. She accompanied a groupof Howard. Boylan. Mr. Boylan came RUST-OLEUM
certain religious group began no sign at any Impending Jail- 1 friends for bis and Mrs
brotherhood plus the prestige of the job from Havana on the family Sunday
of the :
apply the philosophy r off In their skyward loar. has drawn an estimated 1.5 million :- Johnson accompanied them home.
/ of man and tried to Greatest gains In low-calorie to the Girl Friday ranks, trip.Mrs.. C R. Shaw, Jr.. Mrs. T L. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bates, Jr. STOPS
house, clothe and feed those products have shown up in the more than to any other Job category. Maxwell, Mrs. George Bates and are leaving today for Great Lakes,
among them so afflicted. Not until oft drink Indintry. One a specialty Mrs. Bill Dodson have returned IlL to visit their son Dick who
about 1850, however, was any c item, dietetic beverages
from Jacksonville where they is in Electronic Training. They RUST
What does It take to be a top
made to confine mentally have become
attempt big in the
secretary? took their daughters, Sarah Shaw, will be away 10 days. I
retarded. past two years. Penny Maxwell, Nancy Bates and
This belief that Institutions Last year thirsty American The answer came In part at Linden Dodson who went from Mortimer Bates, Jr., of Jack
filled the needs of the retarded consumed 232 bottles of soft the repent National Secretaries there to Tonawanda Camp at sonville spent the weekend with Available In
existed until fairly recently. And. drinks per capita, ringing up total Association competition In which HendersonviUe, N. C. to spend the his parents.
wean today, there can be found in sales of $2 billion. The low-cal Miss Blanche Hall, of Syracuse, month of July. Susan Woodward has returned
some communities a few Individuals ._ uric variety accounted for a solid was chosen New York Stale Fred May and Mrs. R. D. from a visit in Ocala with her All Colors
who feel that the mentally ten per cent of the whole, making Secretary ot the Year and awarded brother, R. D. Woodward III and
retarded, especially those in SOME OF THE STUDENTS at Si Pcrul'i School for Retarded Dies non-tatteming drinks the the Schenley Silver Secretary ville Jr. went to GainesWoodward family. AVAILABLE IN
to their
which the handicap 1* most obvious Children receiving group instruction In reading hottest thing la the nonalcoholic Album. Her credentials Includedwellrounded recently see new Misses Laura Davis, Rosa Nel
grandson Frederick May Woodward son and Christy Smith have ALL SIZE CANS
secretarial returned
should not be "seen. As Picture Crouch' React beverage field.Aggressive experience
Mr. McEwen.
from courtesy and were accompanied from Gainesville wherethey
people learn to appreciate the expansion-minded at the executive level and a AND
true nature of these disabilities a Drug.. companies currently put the market liberal arts education a* well as home by grandson Pat Munroe attended a Journalism Institute
business training. And she demonstrated Woodward. at the University of Florida SPRAY CANSGuaranteed
more compassionate attitude replaces for low-calorie drinks at $400<
old attitudes. home visiting In which mines able to parent desiring evaluation million, and are rushing to get both poise and tact when I Mr. and Mrs. Fount May, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Davis took I to
Mentally retarded children and serve as members of team to of the child' mental ability, the most of it Also considered to she neatly answered questions and children have returned froma the girls and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
adult have the same needs and diagnose and evaluate the family and also for counseling parent otter great growth potential tossed at her by a panel of three vacation at Emerald Crest the Smith brought them home Salter STOP RUST
feelings u normal Individuals, medical needs and also encourage Educator within the public among low-calorie products are judges in an auditorium packed I May cottageAmong
and they respond to Jw, understanding -: the family to use the school system have always been talked goods and canned fruits and with 300 fellow secretaries. I those attending the l+fr. and Mrs Lewis Strom and LARSENLUMBER
and affection the same existing community facillt1elI'h'llclanl anxious to talk with parent regarding vegetables.Though. THINGS TO COMB Latest Bankers meeting In Panama City Mr. and Mrs Maxwell Strom have
way. Families are realizing more which may be needed. the need of their child. they may not be the project for the dott-yourselfer at the Cove Hotel during the as their guests, Jimmy and Brenda -
end more that holding the retarded constantly watch for This 1* a source of help that can permanent panacea lor every is a 21-inctt color TV set that weekend were Mr. and Mrs. L. D Strom of Hampton Va. I CO.
child within the warmth of signs that expectant mother who be ot invaluable service since problem of surplus )poundage, low- can be assembled in 29 hours. All McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Misses Gloria and Gina Franklin
the family circle may be a bur consult them might not be progressing some mentally retarded children calorie foods and drinks, it seems, thats needed is a screwdriver, Register, Mr. and Mr*. Bob Bill- of Orlando are spending the'
den in the beginning with it* accompanying In a normal way. perform better when they are are altering consumer habits of pliers and soldering Iron (so they nor, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wood- summer with their grandparents, Phone 627-7278
problem, but that u Through pertodla check physician placed in special classes where many Americans and will be doing say!) Battery bright: the ward, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. J, Fisher Williams., Mainline Drive
understanding comes the burden can in some instance, detect they are not taxed beyond their so for some time to come. newly developed rechargaWe bat and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil But. Mr. and Mrs. Van Godwin have I'
can be transformed: into "untold deviation from the normal capabilities SILENT SENTRY Pre-trofr tery-powered cigarette lighter will ler.Mr. returned. from Columbia, S. C
any ---
b1 alnl." Seldom before has and prevent the family We been presented with child through medical car retarded child are not provided and lobster tall are winning leather dresser valet as a gilt of San Antonio, Texas left today
such a challenge to fulfill its I and nutrition They stand readyto In the public school system, private friends among Jetliner-borne gourmets set Bedroom barbecue: a for Atlanta following a visit with
wit purposes. counsel with parent at anytime day schools are frequently them days. no-amok indoor electric barbecue Mr. and Mrs. J. Buryl Hlgdoneraging THE FOLLOWING
the family strives to minister prior to and after the birth started by "sx.": this The delicacies, defrosted and gives charcoal flavor to meats i
to the need of it* retarded member of the child, sometimes referring need. St Paul's for Retarded warmed in the planes infrared cooked right In the home. wage of $IOS perk,
communities will move to them to clinic, mental health Children, Qulncy was organized ovens, are served aboard many PATENT PROBLEMS Getting a gain of $375 over the same
meet their need at the community agencies and specialists when they by it* parent group. The jetliners with flavor virtually Intact Increased attention these days month In 1903.Insurance. I DRUGSTORES
level fed It i* Indicated. Gadsden County Association for thanks to a "silent sentry" I* the new product field. The
Many community services have The Division of Mental Health Retarded Children. Although it that warns of conditions that may current revolution in new product
long been available in Gadsden of the Leon County) Health De- does not provide a program for Induce food spoilage during processing design and evolution has created Center
County to families with retarded kartment Tallahassee, and The the "educable" retarded child it or storage. serious patent problem for many
child, or adult. luman Development Institute, =ellDanl."trainable" retarded A small electrochemical battery firms. With more than 85,000 application 1121 West Jefferson WILL BE CLOSED
State and county welfare agencies under the direction of Dr. Wallace county whose parent records the time and temperature piling up on the desksof
and public and mental health Kennedy, Florida) State Uni- will take advantage of Its history of each shipping the patent office each ;year,
have acuities. carton from packing plant to the chore of establishing novelty! PAT THOMAS
department a_ program : yIy-. _.
Member of The Gadsden County tyhsscieitstwas Honeywell and protecting against Infringement 4THF.
I Association for Retarded Children at has become downright difficult INSURANCE INC. SATURDAY, JULY
are always available to parent Inc. tot the Army QuartermasterCorps. Many of the firms leeking
TIMBER. to discus any problem relating One of these sentries Is to remedy the situation have placed
to their retarded child and attached to each It-meal carton patent specialists on their
Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely to recommend to them other com during packaging.Use staffs, while others an employIng DRUG CO.CROUCH'S
at the recently-Improved
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families with a retarded member pre-trozen meals to passengers. taxes are doing most of the spurring
Florida Forest Products Inc. to encourage them to seek Normally, caterers prepare( In- in the profit upsurge indicated One Means REXALL DRUGS
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