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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


VOLUME: 64, NO. 28 QUll1CY lUHUDA. 83351 THURSDAY, JULY t. 1964 PKR COPY TEN CENT
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Integration Is Started In During Occur Four Accidents In WeekThree City Badly!Crop Duster Injured Is 14 Complainants Appear




rear-end collision hcnded .''in Plane Crash

I'' the list of accidents seer Uw Before
Gadsden Over Weekend last seven day period. I Jim Tralnor, pilot of a crop Equalization Board

I The first accltlent Involving two I dusting plane owned by Boggs

-ehide took place at Ward and Dusting Company of Quincy, wasseverely
Vest Jeltrrson Street Thursday{ Injured last Saturday
Integration came to Quincy and resulting In a total of 1500 dam morning vhcn engine trouble!--- -

Gadsden County OVII'be put I|dew' >r>e<] causing the CI'l110\ ; Tax Reductions
3
Weekend following President John G'Boro Man Is Bloodmobile To Safety Officer D. S. Walsh reported ntnke the top of a pine tree and!Thos. Memorial I Quincy PiIoi-1

son' sinning of the Civil Rights an auto driven by MaybellPalmer then spiral Into the ground Are GrantedTo

law at 19 4. of Quincy was skimmed Trainor. 36, of Damascus, Ga. !Attend
Killed 4th Return 18The I Church To
The local theatre several restaurant July August front the rear by a Juvenile. The Begin
!1n limed' In satlKfiictoryonndlllon'si
that have always cateroil :case was transferred to juvenile I' the Gadnden : 43rd ConventionNew Six PersonsBoard
County Hospital.He
to white trade and drive-in Red Cross Bloodmobile authorities for further investiga 'Youth II
suffered and
Near a cracked rib Week'The
restaurant\ had an unfamiliar, Sycamore Unit will again pay Gudsden' tion.The lhrulw In the cronh The plane York, July 2nd A nr\ s-
look. for the tint time second accident also occurred
Negroes
were admitted to the downstairs I Thomas Monroe Phillips 44, of County a visit. Thursday on King Start waR dcmolldird. Thunas Memorial Baptist pier woman wa Installed aspnwlilent Explains Rise

section of the Leaf Theatre that, Greensboro was killed In Liberty W Bradley Munroe GUll dl'll near 13th Street when Billy Joe The accident took place on the Church will conduit ifs annual of rUnt tub Inl"I'IIII'j In Millage Rat.

heretofore has been reserved-for: County at S:30 Saturday morning County Blood Program Chairman PreimcU, 25, was traveling Easton : t I Vloleita Farm SCAW mlk-s east Youth EniiliHKi| Work beginning lineal, ime of the five Cause For [ Tax

whites. Many mostly young or I July 4 about three miles west announces that the unit is King Street and was rammed of Quincy Tralnor was in the Monday, July 13 and extending al cltuHuflcd service orgiwiMiliou: Higher

teenage Negroes, were seen silting of S-271.the Sycamore Community on scheduled In the county August by Velton Banks. 43, Quincy Negro. !.pram of aerial dusting a tnb.uvo through Sunday. July It of some 14,000 executive bUHlmim Oral complaints were mad
the hit when bestnppi shade and wllneme stated
and at .
Presnell was
booths
at counters tables-oflnat least two of the According to Sgt Ralph Strong It. The hours wlU be set at a
formerly white restaunaiw.\ Drive- of the Florida Highway Patrol later dale and the quota will be to make a left turn on 13th Street' I, 'run the ihudo his engine died "Youlh And A \\'m'allli all of Mrs AliiM-tta Cooke" Ilronk of Lquallutilon. Hoard meeting TIK'*>

in eating places which formerlyhad Phillips driving a 1960 Falcon 140 pints. Mrs Beky Presnell us taken i'mining him to come In too low, the discussions> soil |panels l will to.directed Illlih Point, North CaniliiM, stuff lay The niomlng/ In tie Courthouse.
spedal parking and window approached a aharp curve, ran "August comes during the vacation -by ambulance to the! Umlsdin 'hilling tlie tree and then tranliod toward Ihe \iKnltlin! wilier ami High Point' 1 bunauchief ( Uailwk-n County Boaixl of
facilities for colored patrons found oil the road traveled 300 feet and season but tile need for County Hospital and treated for dun the edge of a nearby piuttui-e.t of the plane that young' people lor tlie U"*, oro NewiConi \.mnll.IIIIWI'I sat as a Uowrti uC
those spots abandoned with Negroes crashed into a culvert. blood never takes a vacation" neck and back injuries. The plane did not catch fire and must plan In the present woilil.Ther | \ny, Creeiwuiiro, North Car Kqualliallcin: with Fred Slwlfcr
Imlniuui tho
of board .
using parking spaces as Sgt. Strong was assisted by Munroe stated, lie went on to' Damage to the Presnell cur ale pilot wu pulled from the will he ninny guest. oliM, was Initialled at tlie. rkaiingtaesskn prrnlding.Umnly
Tail Assessor
the, uy that we must be sure enough I leaders during ale week. Kaih: 2 of Pilot 43rd Itwy Mu'llucrsn
they saw fit and Ignoring Sheriff Clois Rankin and Judge was |150 and Banks' vchlilc I orctkHue by Negro farmhands in July
windows formerly reserved for Raybum Peddle of Liberty County donors are pledged for this visitIn 1350.: ,who were wllnrsscs the wreck night abuts Man the varinw minimi oomrnllun. In this city heldat was present to make explanmlims
Whites. order that our quota can be Safety Officer Dural S. WI1Hh l IA J. D Adams Funeral Home areas of our community will direct Wakhirt-Aiitiiria I. ,'I. Stir lo host complaining

The Leaf Theatre closed at an Rufus Lee Williams 16.year-old reached. I charged Bank with falling to have I Iamb lame wag called and Tralnor the dlMtiKKlims One of the mkveeds' Mini Ruth b:. Ginning- about the all III'WJI.\ aawmmcnu.After ...... bean.
( complaints
tension During the last held and rushed the honored guests will Ire Miss Prance !ham of Los CallfunilM.an .
early hour Sunday when Negro from Crclna who was seriously drawing vehicle under control causingan was to GHdwIrn County AiiKflcs and 1'I..k'ntd.. six
began to mount between whites Injured June 26 when his June 26, the volunteer on duty accident. llmptlalTraiiKir' CaHhlon. the Gadmten: Grimily liuunuife exwutlve ai headof granl d lax relictions prrwn. were

and Negroes In the tower audi bicycle was struck by t car was heard many fascinating and wonderful Late Friday anemnm Tlieo. Dialed Tuesday that he Bummer Muwlmwry.' whit Is woik-' the oriianlutlon which has rlnt ( tire! cmtipliunt list
torium. released from the Gad den County stones from the many dove Uuller, 27, Quincy Negro, supponcd the accident was caused log with the llmiie Mlimlin Board more than 40U chile and 14.0110 was )', >PiilKumnf of Utalla
The Roxy Theatre aha was closed Hospital July 2. people who donated blood facts was cited for failing to have his by N clogged fuel lint or maitm-to She Is i-pcnillng hen weeks' sinoiig member<< In llw Unlled Slates, 1 slaletl 1 lit the
of while about how blood was able to control after raiiuulng Iho various churches of our Assodalton Ouiaila IVmiiida, KjiulniKl, JM..lI'lhl thought
number under
when young car i
a trouble, tilt engine to
Mary Kitchens of Kenosha. Wis., f-auiung :; :: his I protx-rty kicale
boys made an attempt to enter said she was traveling east on some loved one In their 1aVl'1 the rear of an auto driven by quit lie Mid that It was his totting this wix-k sire t'ranve: and Jalain| about: live miles frimi (lTwttulioi
the all-Negro picture house.Chandler's a child would nut be here Earncstlne Jenkins, 30, local colorfd second Hit first taking will be st the 'llusiuis MemorialQnptlNt Mit Vand Linos tut vine president "
crash
one !
U A 80 In her 1963 Ford Station : thumb, Slit! will be ItuldIliK II" \l"a Illllo out of line lie
establishment but for the fact that bkmd was resident.
Hamburger he cotton of fie Pilot Out of gtitnry
Wagon when the vehicle In frontof plate as was diluting said I UH pmi 'rty which cumlitmlol
at available the lime nf birth, one n( lire tlllK'l\NIhll\ Kroiit
which normally denes at Investigating Offnw GeorgeHundley aril Mn. W, U. Uulkr were the
her the in Nicaragua.The a IhitwIxHlruiint blmk
passed bicycle. Suddenly cart-
fundays slut down "There Inn't in Gads I' slaled the ai-cklcnt is'- and during the Prayer Meeting official of this flub
on family drkwUni
11 a
.
pm
the youth veered the bicycleleft pilot Is marled and UM ""' Raise 0 Jar
round 9:30 Sunday evening whena into the Kitchens' car. She den County that haunt nee of her Mliwlonexperiences.
large mixed crowd of young JIl'O'pll' applied brakes and struck theNegro blood at some time" emphasised and Crawford Street at I II some I HIT Summer bone I II Ten- t eixM l by sum I.&OO wmmHi. > I4UO IIUtre."MJ house 1 I.
and trouble seemed Munroe. "We of abut 7
gathered are pmud our pm. Mrs. lilwlys Miry, Vidwrnorof
lie bounced fairly now
Robert Chandler on the hoodof succcshful blood and Willie Henry MtNeil Jr., 28, Laslio Selected 111'sv'e and sire will lit a Junior 1IIIIt lire olu.
first 4 Pilot Intenullonal
to be eminent the car and then into the wind drawing I UlNlrli-t li>r nilkt front Uw
11'
the proprietor theedexterior leave shield. we hope to continue this success." Miami Negro traveling South on next year at Hit University of and a member of Hie Ikiard ofUheeton Mr hlllhwl mail,
and turned out lights 10th Street hit the right buck of a Summer Student Tvnncaset, of Pilot Intemutiimal Imps Illa. ha.around
area
Two young Negroes after being Patrolman D. M. Cooksey' assisted TB MOBILE UNIT parked auto owned by Ih'nryback The rilsfUHHlon to|>li area llnw also attended llw ineetlng hiusw.' Mr. lh value)
second time to disperse, I by Sgt Strong reported the 32 Havana Negro.Dural Young PeopleMlnm.. Trent Talk I th MI'1
asked a Mklmel Leslie of Altiipulgus! The new pmik refusedto accident was unavoidable and no SLATED IN G'BOROThe Puhllc Safety Teen Talk t/ 1'0:10.
were arrested when they Walsh of the Alxit Themselves, "
has (Iron
a rising third year sludcnt In the 1 with HitUrMUMlKiru a
E. Paul charges were filed. cited McNeil for About Oilier Hit Moral) Issues 11,0111 Id.r.Iuat.
do so. City Judge TB Mobile Unit will be In Department [)ally News In lie
Gregory fined them $100 each or A cosily accident seriously Injuring Greeiwbnro from 8 .,m. to 12 driving while under the Influenceof School of Medicine of the Mixll Tmlty, Sex Drinking, Cheating, Illlih I'< nt Bureau aliHt 1851 and flli IIllt th vullo
thirty days when they appeared one pt'1'IlIand causing noon Saturday morning July 11 Intoxicating ltql">/'I. failing to cal College of Georgia has been, Rare, Ownmisilit Cumipt Uov- prior to that Hint worked withIIII' t SIno.
before him Monday sftemoon in damages amounting to J3.100 occurred Chest X-rays will be fret of have vehicle under control andcausing elected fur a Summer Student eminent liulldlng IIIIt lire Into ImHunuptills. Times, Indian- A 11 Murtkm wa* requested
entered pleas of June 27 mile east of accident. Research Kellowshlp\ in the health' ami the Friday NlllhlPRI1I'I b Shaixni of
City Court and one charge. an_ !sciences. Personality, spill,, Imllsiw. tire alas has lI.nl uItnunalatrd h* think .I
not guilty. Chsnahoochee\ on U. S. BO. Howard will be on "Parent TernAx heuikil travel hares for II dldl't
F. Gable of Sneads The appointment, tnnnunced by .. a news t.lutl(1 placed on a houM '
apparently Conflicts.
fell asleep at Poe wheel of To India Told Dr. Raymond P. Ahliiulst, sash On Thin Julnry was
Worker Trip By
CORE his\ car, crossed the center lineto Hate deiui for reenrch, will give
the extreme left and struck a (Unlit 'an opportunity to workIn 1 will ht !c'.Vlllihi' church al vlllt, North Canilliw ami tint public no Kunulttliit alarm th axes I
J pm. down to Lake Tslqum rruiUuii offU-e of till ttmvthOunty ruiv UMsirh"
20 a medical envlrnnment during wI".uIl y u t --
Greyhound but carrying par ankh .
sing- and
r, ComnnuUly! tlivst ht
Resents Charge the stunner months while nnIrihutlng wiririd nvvlinopure
; aengen. to an Impoiinnt medical |,Ire I si. tliml.pecker Oum-U Inc at Wlnnim-Halvm, Tht aswuetl valuation of the
Gable seriously Injured was Former Quincy Resident North Carolina. Sire I* a homier entire pnvmy which consisted
Against GadsdenA admitted to the Florida State research project"UuJie's 1I1pt'1..I The tvenlng k'l1l' work, under the
Hcxpital. Charges are pending tt 7.30 with a hymn, prayer 1 Ugh Putirt. North CarulliM, ami land ,1
against him for driving on the vision and guidance n( Lane II aril I dvvutkmtl. At 7.41 Is a gradual of Uwrgt Pfalmity The\1 .10.
for a St. Petersburgnewspaper youth a $400 r*>
reporter New Delhi, India I Allen Pr. D. M. D., Dept, Gross l.1 11&1111
In Quincy lastweek wrong side of the road reported rte First Session UUH ussliin will College" tt* Teaclwr In NashvUI. ihictlin.Ml .
was N. R. Alderman, Investigating June 25, 1X4 made direct landing onto the Anakimy will concern a study of : :
checking into the Negro Trooper a begin and at 1.30: tine Hecund TtniHwt, Sly Is a widow ant J. C Mathewal4 weeeppeaning
voter situation and apparently authority. Many of our friends have requested runway at Beirut Lebanon The effects of "pretreatment" on the. %...lon will begin. At 9.: It fun Uit mHhnr 1 of a:.VMisolil ton, 1 belies, Uw e bee
several minor accidents that we write the Gadsden skyline of this city reminded me formation and resolution. of *. Mr Druok been
finding an Infertile field rehashed Although fund and WlowJilp will be putt lung aUvt *- reuse U JL "ntlsundvrstanillng.
two or three previously published have occurred, Sgt. Strong County Times UM accounts mast of Miami Beach. The-eity prrimenlal asctte vldxd. In press profnislonal oraaiOisliunvt She cliilin
.. articles and pame up with a reports that the number of highway of our experiences on our trip to 'sin on the sea* surrauvitd by I"nditjpr floift'coral lltrArch """*..,.cOC atoiltM 11 civla eft n. }d..unw nut brwlliig stoofc teass UuiW
rather lengthy and In some Instances accidents this time of year Is India. I will try to To touch on someof with, mouniHln Beirut/ Is a contrast vWnd by through 14 In Uw/ rununuiUiy arecordially nmnlty snrviiit work In /her slab Tim tiaunt txplnliNMl all ttmkI
erroneous story which about the same as last year. the highlights. begin had of the modem and lie ancient fund. [ Invited attend and and city and also In Uw wink fI I la messed whether breeding
was printed In the Friday. July we have found a problem that of poverty and wtallh. Tim city Later In the year' Ladle's! work ;tabs ails-string. olIO tint .leadership the Episcopal; llmrch. flit I* a ur Ili
occurred before that ..
not to us
Is covered with. 1-12 story I apartmelt will bo summarised In a repel charier ntMnber of /h. Pilot Club
edition of the St. PetersburgTime' Dr. Blackwelder of adjusting our internal time- and fellowship that will be A .lax redulkm. was ifqutHeil
buildings, each wilts having which will beanie a part of theMiahrsi of Huh Point North irollna, and
clock. Wt are 12 hours ahead of provliM I. stain. lion h>v. Vluy by M. R, Crslg sprakliuj
The story carried a one line In Quincy. When you .re a balcony. Tin buildings are CuHegt'l prrnium-Dt rseesnh Wade, pastor of are Thomas hi.- also ha been a mmnhrr nf Pilot hall uf Ixtwmnl Dais, owner of
eight column hearting "White Reports County you mainly in colors of yellow and records. TTre fallowingSpring mural Church.Workers. Uuh at Ashevtll and 1 Wlnstin-' Havana Truck Tennimtl. :
about ready far bed wt art
red. Groves of cedar and '
trees '
will ba evaluated North Carolina'
of Voter the report Salem
Leaders In Quincy Tire Pure Oil
Discrimination Charges" Syphilis Rate since getting we up are, but still reluctantly on that, time and an odd variety of pine trees that by the colled' faclllly forpimlblt NeededFor Pointing out that Illni'i aim Is Craig Ih* rehear, a 1. .,)
have a fairly short trunk that Is
white CORE presvnuilKm during a to futnil needs where
Benninger. a fooiinmilly
Judy tired during the daytime wu way out of tint nmipanii hi
we are so
worker who has and Sine March of this )year there that wt can hardly drag twisted fI'O\PlQUPIy the boughs school-tpunsiired Research Day, there ire edit litho* I Ifi other truck stops In the eounly,
beenpert meet and mat so they form a :11I:1 l
few have been 21 of Hit bHlvrmml I
around Qumoy cases primaryand this of 1l7degms exercise.lath.s Bandages Ifc ttalnd lila whk-h wal
Of course, temperature
months assisting Patricia Due in a secondary syphilis apprehended doesn't help However complete arbor. Refugee* live In the ton. of Mr. and| MrsJ. IhmuKhnut. Hit world M.... l"r.*ihu {pUMtiasnd pl yuan ago
any.
drive, saw In Gadsden accordingto mud hut and tents umlrmpalh P. Laalie Jr of Alt |iulgus. Th ewer bandage proH1tor smmmved Club
Negro voter education County yesterday It seemed much that V* Pilot flea um /M ntly ksit Dtorwy, has i
the article and came to the defense Dr. B. D. Blackwelder Director cooler bring only 110. The time groves. Carts, pulled by ---- tin tint Hint In Its\ many Inlemstlnnal theme for 1.t.I'i: had no uiiunivwnMml but the

of Quincy and Gad dPn Gadndcn County Health Depart- monsoons art due In New Delhi donkeys roasted, and filled with the almonds cob Clark Exhibits yean of sr-cs-Ion la the county Is 1 6J year will bt bur get NuliiT every jest.
or corn on are
County citaeni and the supervisor ment. In the next three day., and I understand parked by the highways. The ouch lo keep abrttst of DM teed Heart" United In "Service"Keymit "Tht n.d In fnnit of tie tt

of registration by writing a letterof These Infected Individuals are It is generally more unpleasant city has street that are very Tour FilmsBernard I for dressing anil pud. speaker al the ripening slop I bring rebuilt and hl
protest to the St. Petersburg from 1) to 63 years of age most at this time. It hasn't narrow and the buildings sit directly fatalness smdun of the otirnittun! Uw buUIII I bring t down
Times demanding an apology.The
Bemunger letter, In part, group. There an many more and you can Imagine' how dry IIis. and Muslem walk the streets In assodatt county agent simplleahe of volunteer worker who are aisle Ilinal manager, Niirlnwmern Mutual It IltOU .

follows: cases which have not been found. I believe wt are becoming their native dress. Large shiny / program at the regular weekly and willing I In give ont hour a Lift inuiranp* Omipany, vat rite Willing, Craig errplaited.
"I am writing to protest the 87 contacts\ of these/ active cases slightly more adjusted aloes wt can an everywhere and sure meeting of the Quincy Klwanl week to till* work. U. Angeles, Ujlfornla.) Tex MrCrary .

article In July die 84edition of have been examined and given aren't complaining quite as much. there are no traffic lights or policemen Club Momisy al the Jefferson "U you am fret from I lo 4o'clo vrtenn newsmen and rmillo A 11,000 nwlm-tl.fi was ante
your paper in B Section entitled prophylactic treatment to prevent To get on with the trip Wt tt every curm-r Hit first It....... Mr. Clark wa Introduced 'k Tuesday tflrmurnn and and TV persnnallty, was principalspeaker fUymiml Jackson of
Whit Leaders in Quincy them from developing an active left John F. Kennedy Imernatkn- car that Mows Us. burn ran pro- 'by Albert" Dlxtm program' chair would like to make that lour at lire anal lYnridraf'sHwiquH Juwnm protested lo tine lloanlsbnit
Tire of Voter DiscriminationCharges. al Airport at ':30 pm., June 12 cent through the Inlenwllon. As man. I count In a worthy cause, pIN. that night. CrmVrlrk JUastrrt tits unfair valuatlun b* felt
.' I haw enclosed a copy "All active easel who have been by Pan American Jet. Wt flew in France, must Lerwn( ne t ran Ouch iwently made a Itiretweek cane lo tie Gadwlm County Hospital Jr., vt<. pmlilnil' al p pUred un two pieces of
of this article for you. located and diagnosed aw under to Boston where we look on me speak English fairly well. Wt bear of severs! mliKvestemin rust you will' be grtHulIyrrcrtvrd The Allstalt roumlHllim, pmnptt- 1'The tint edam
"AI. a representative of Nation treatment now or have finished majority of Hit passenger. It were taken to the! American: Embassy and during the trip kook ," spukmtn fur the merited llw organtMlkin on Its, kit f/irmrrly at
ale CORE working In voter registration -treatment 2 or I have started was a smooth flight over' the and the American University Interesting colic ptnitos. He,prujnl: Bate t stale In traffic safely when sprakIng now J.OOO.. The ollrrwu
in North Florida. I read treatment and wt art not ableto 'ocean the sun rose at 1 ,SO as well as a lour of the city. many exhibited the picture through (I the annual Fairly Lunrlmn, 1\ two-wre tract of land with
this article with great alarm. find them by all means they a m, and they gave us breakfast In the early morning the street the mime of a projector and I FIRST BAPTIST"SUNDAY June 30 *t which time h* pmwnl- ,two cruses lessee wh' wu |>n.

First it Is not an objective$ or should complete treatment otherwise at 3.30 am. wt hint couldn'tsleep i vendor were filled with vegtsblrs elaborated on tarh a* dry were fId Plkil'i Heritable and'. M; altuaUon.Mr. with the shining sol SERMONS"What chisel raunlatkm l/r |19- valued rare $4.000.
arcurate in later life they may : sun and fruit cart were shown. a rim
Shertll Cured Quincy a develop Tertiary Syphilis and brightly Throughout the entiretrip filled with he mutt beautiful display -' Wt tort Know About 000 for OM tpitwinhlp of their IU* nurt was oVnl t

few day ago and apparently made Nwro-Sypnui It is highly necessary wt new at an altitude erf of apricots, orange, dark O l' .* the MTMI tuhjtit lire aaIrI/ >II'&I'IIo Mrs. Aiinrt (IIMI.on Nll Aiklrwnn of 0w norVbi
to local citizens hereLhlch to locate all cases and i 33,000' to 34.000 fn<(. Wt landed ;aril red themes, strawberries, Reading Club al KM First director, ..,_'. *>tivltln' Craw Oimpwiy lit Umttaniio-
tie worship
contacts so that the spread of at Only field "In Part* at I:41am. brans and rnomlnc fur safety, AlUUki ruunhilkin\ ",, "why the raise In
things whiichdwoould tuppportttthhee this disease may be brought under With official \/. 1 Government !com Bicycle plaids with',large wicker pea.basket Party Planned Ikptlst Church Tt* fttndaySchiji4 prnwnltd tie safety (war*. W-lnrsday. IMXM and n what bull. Iks

title article. Personally I nn control." said Dr. Black- passports and six In our on either aid* filled wllb continue Bit July tmphafU July t, wa a free day brought out tluil must of tie
imagine why white Wader would welder. family wt were waved through I king stick of bread and the The Children's trimmer ReadIng ,'Mure In ',. Than Ever Bt- fnr drletale In user thAt they pasty iqulpmtnt was "
tire 01 voter -ilscruiunatioii eta* Those who have Syphilis contracted custom, with no questions and Turkish coffee was drllciou U Uuh ending July II, will beclimaxed ..,." with a teal << tl pmrntAt nailattend Ilkil lal mlk' >Ml mil ** drwl r* and V**>

es the important point II that It from some on through this was true at every plans we was thick, black and iwwt I by a party at the Qulnry -/ Ihe evening wnhlp service Debt th* Wivld'i; I'alr .I Mr .1,t nl nut
.', are not making: three *: sex relations and have ,_ slopped as much fur thrir comfort thought of Th Krv. Tom Cutlet Library Mrmriay, July 11, atTire the empnult will bt "G.... sew prwdlHit anmunml I enrnptedit beret
es apparently Mr. ShPriU> ? milted U to others the same way and eonvenlmct at ours, I when t saw the servfcn listed on 4 o'rlnck- MKhhnr Night The "mtnUmrsMpof that Uw 44th interned. asw.Iribmwill I* 'k** any nvnto
same other person who I* eon- Wt solicit the cooperation of the expect Since ran are so small i the bulletin board of our bolel. party will be given |ur all ( lire rhunli I Ie staid to kola be held at tine Mvnititi.tmllMTtw d any eup.

nedf'CI with a ftPWIIPIPPI' hu local physicians In reporting la Paris, we always had to 1:1: the Rtafrnuse, for the Baptist,I nmduic ebb member by the thrlr nHichbur In wordily with. tltrf. Deltas, *. July U13 thai removed 1 tMb
made n- charges.obekai.llyyr' promptly any new case to the, two taxis. The trip Into tie rhurvb. Wt spent about 1 hats;.Junior Woman' dub winds pun- thrm at the not UapiM duck 1563. Mr. AikliMKi ap)4i .
doI'e !lOt know. Health Department so that thenerrnary was hilarious they drive ttkt',sl a resort tart first clans,I'Ism the cradling dub earls sum- In SftUUin to 0* regular 1IIIMIt"1 ih* mi"nat the
M ardPr 10 soak a steps can be taken to crazy and wt had many near'den i tin II .I1P' PTMT are mrr. p'igam and warm C At tho Theatres turned
charge 01 dl.mminalltlll withoUt find the PImP of the Infection misses' with other can and pre very imsunaU In HrlnH. *)>rt" RHrnhmml will b. weevil... lowthip, srvml t spnlal =: I Irmlui lo :".l:

....._ .,bed I b libel In roust: and prevent other t..... We winppntiiate Ihtrlana. The travel depart- are class and very mndern andI I dipksnM wan b* given la tine WIll l iwloW. thu ....ww qtilpmnnl,
;' kaplvtcksal; must IlUbnut a nth the (moeraUon of the rent in Washington .had made I the quality of the merrhanrtise I* whn how' mA 10 kw*. ar wn nnnllnu* prrarMng fhruuxh tBlMo .. This Week ft. M. ..

al .IIadaYIt III tIMt juIt C. depart'a'employers In fitting the Intoned reservations for us and after gH-(excellent. Th people/ were beauUfully Two prtM will w gives lor mat/ with a -IIhot B' *'' At the LM ,"", Ire ire th* durtkin In die an two Ifcvtrtmn stunt tw 1.
I'IW'II1 &ICging dillN1mlnaliOll Individual\ to compleM their ling settled, wt wrre oft to te*( dretned M mead amis of bouks real, ere tai rrli sr .p, 01 Proverbs enlllW, 'A Faithful o Iluldil I
r'apw U. We have neveragainst to schedule Parts. U .M t beautiful and Inkrtiouriy .. 14 and .... lyriforwL cemlnf week *re TVpprr"' lea. hlrri treatment according If..... w_ hp hel grayed _..gndM I
/ .... aJI1 1 this dseww due already readied happy city. Wt alkyd 1 4 hued Inr Thursday. frVby, andlarunfay Tht surer bulktlng anund ttw
p"wcoain In Gadsd h 0aJn1). r: very sertou proportun* mlwt with rrrachmeti rvervplaoi and Ala iMlured k .... 'qiwit are In much bt straps
''\' dictlmraalsd found them kind and rrspnnaivt.Wt thM
Ineoer have the cooperation of t buU.J -
we must
a' far as Mott noisy wit bt Tht luuwlnf
Ad much walking and whentver er
the 1'f'I\IIT8f.would keep the aCtW all concerned to prevent Dr. furtherIad Blackwektef. wt tired, we took a taxi to Trot," stwrlnf Gary 0...... with :arson 3wrt7. h* Mid

ann I he daya to that pI'OIJW cmphasUrd another area. The vkrw. from the I Mart fchrO, ant lUrl MaVlrn.rnhin4 granlrd 1.0,
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1ft
eons ld "more c 11 re top of the KfM Tower U bryanddrarrtplinn. t tI tumlty and Munrlay will d.
For w a5- TIle park and Urrsaknc hue Es.emplbn .
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for the May tirin'ari"'ttfi wet Quincy Hi Girls the struts pnuvtul.. ttwaa i iI. .b* "fnvmtlblf "CU4" and "Qtnt [ wa ml :G.
ever s m".. h 4 Mr<4>tl. fwliiiwl. Sri ,
tIIfo cod IIJII'IIICv.d and, at Uulnry
a
or.tOll' I r-t. atilt WrtW will be h
opt'fW'd ..., ..w1lJll. Attend InstitutePamela I we all needed ntM. Sunday alt- "To Kill, a rfclngMrd.liiy> .1IIfInc,.lakra a >* dl Uw Malt l
books '
Saturday m mIrC. 1 remoras we strolled duwsi pre w t i1 fur htr ", .r esprt'.e.
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and a C .. -..
.1 days Heted OttrJn sod Chump Dytet with OniMiidt Uatrt I s *fnry f nd whilt ht .., nntkrothrr
wrY
1 .1Ls I At ItlU Drlvt-U and
the rnday
clNetmes ta Cedodre c. ty. j Sierra Ruth Watt at Qunry Hit* i ptopit who sees out to tae( urtiif.

IlL" wIIk1a ... I"1 .p !II'w the an .p .rrtfca .1 si file warm sunstsnt tlMrrl| Arturdtjr!"*cd MewnvM will lilt, also 11urt. 'tanralulant arrtnf. I rtalnvd tlw "u t.r
end 811 <
a of the IIxtItI IbghMnd iwvre tatac steturM 4 M lee a, / Yd ar
prwIawd."HooM'WI'. .. wtII .. Josunattsn) ....... gn Itntng*. Mow. we were wuflngtor Cunrwt. Iralund So" :tire
If lei dsjr win ht Tkjmvaii'i >-f. !
denied her IPVML
,... Dad the UnKvnttjr 01 Hoods campus a aid wt sew a wrdnresde lb.
art f .t'V"fuIIy....... haw 1". seer. Tht ....--. condurwd conuni toward ms. and tad aouodinlkmws I starling J by tw IVrfeta lasting for Can-'' ) all ewe all<< a tow ? FOREsTRY Isle rMldHMUl DTOp t1y
orTbEAirs LIST nmdng tttvmttjr Stwk** and ttrUrtwntty !{ear JIIMIfd wt all iestpiwdPeesdwd REPORT :' IMP u every

II r1 nda'. School CauOt MMMC web Tie Ctdsdru dun* ,-try year AMhuw
Wibam tt. ef fcl* a ,..... Jo ........ tttemd ...". Jun i to ) tort !:wv M. ted SMO tb* Itrvk reports an wauls ftn 1 and M -; .

has bees named .d Use n and titnkM Outwgli July 1.:Shall of Inn asl In* erie and'4 H ttw put srwsi d y*. Kumatr F.Fwtslair, n
List at Valdosta ... (Na"j The Ynrbo SMIK ww arid ldwsjht r a Ihnr arrbval al K*a- 9. 4 wand Ores start Itnmrj Iof plsud the b' .

airiauwew Dr. I. A. lap++! last VM*. On timdrvd nmnyrkwtts > > :.."..... w. krft Pan tk. 0dt yW add ** 34 tunv

.... Madenr Il'a tieoI fine risk a4e ramAoets ....' ....-aiIIC. Junt U t4 fan : tog 43.1 term .: >*r it wonts wi : a 1.
Ia sailer in be IIICIuIo4 o and Georgia aoendrd trInata'a. I- BW reset Alp wift their'i 1 .U "" fin* rwl tt IN were ttnwVMT
eoa.tr ....1 ..si.< *...* drolly a..+VVTUJNG BLOOD DONOR. Ttcknkicmj Iran Mobil. Ala. *AO ra drawing nn bets$7. torawcK3 the Tunwr 0

ennv1ed: .. base a U, -- to Ran, wt sty ttomdlong blood horn Howard Weiss Bryan tt the North HorWa CipwtmMl Station during Camp**' histar withdrew

avenge eat oN a posstbl. 49. .rte.e stdmid. OVERDUE BOOKS *...-Sh M isle M a lie.{I tb. Initial visit oi the Bad CTOM BioodmobU la Cadjdm County IUM 28. Ia the Rainfall M tile Qulary arM mmpUM after rwrlvtnc a (a c
.... t'III1r8IP IIIUIir '.......n. lest wt spelt Owl Mis. (lor fsut wow d.le i.v.n.1es!
aU...... .. .. d MM Ag're SiHnri amflfmt.to
...,.. and Mrs (T basal. M .Nan. nan<< Me Nom late to a Om ee'are | Q* fftcht gale mswer W MrdIdrrtanrao -tSoutaeraWI....... on* ol the (BOBV Blood ftotpem AJdt David L Bentley ol 30; nd 0'. MMKy .ws.f.l lw ''t.I .BMH. n ...

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atrong that we couldn't pry ourselves the process of drawing up al ftenvtlnni therein 1 qqafalnxl' seem I TO ttaAKCC LEGMLATIBE 'i
RECREATION out of our lI'a II. We landed shopping list of staples to use for I to Indicate prowl Ixvtfitt 11"
at Palom Airport in New Delhi 6 months, the other food will, haveto ,charge we never even made. I The? bnpirme Court ha ruled
NEWS at 4 a.m. We were met by an be bought on the local market! "A number of times, article that the wall In both house ol pack your picnic basket full of these
Indian wearing white, who took (vegetable and the meat all killed have appeared In your paper' atate legislature must be apportioned
our passports, health card and .) where Mr. Hutchiiuon states there on a population basla. The
By Dar. limN luggage and checked UI through It It difficult to appraise even la no dtaKTlminaUon, over and over historic M decision declared unconstitutional
custom He had been sent by what we have observed In India again. However, these<< article aisle apportionment ( ;\ FOODBLWS
IEMOB UTTUD LEAGIE our Embull). Awaiting ua In here In Delhi. The caste system never Include a statement by a along the geographic federal pat.
(sins 10-12) the lobby was a couple, Mr. and It deplorable It scene that its Negro to !t mUM be the reporters -tern which gives each state two
Game of put week: Kiwanis Mn. George Knlerlm, formerly of prime objective Is to keep the who are alleging dUcrton United State senators, regardless "
I, Rotary 4; lion IS, Exchange Texai. They had two station wagons "Int In" and the "Ouia out." It nation. For example, the article of population. No adjustment will &y
2; Klwant 3, Jaycees 0; [Je. with driven and we were also tends to mnke a snob out of appearing In the May 2, 1V64wtllon B have to be made before election
Molay 9. Uoni 3; Jaycee 20, brought to OarklKei Hotel. Thl everyone since there Is no way titled Registration ot Negro on November 3. This ruling will .
Exchange 8. modem and beautiful hotel la the of ascending or descending in position. Voter Called Sucre cover the majority of the states.. I
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TOP TEN HITTERS belt In India the moms are The untouchables aqua I "Further, Sherlll never poke ..: r ," END CUT
(Him week ending July ,) air conditioned food and service on their haunches by the hours with one leader In the registration ON EXCISE TAX :-' : r'
Player, team ab k arc excellent, a "beautiful garden sweeping and doing the dirty campaign in Quincy or Gadndo ,
*, DfMolay 37 22 .584 with a large pool In back the work they will not do anything County he cite no opinion The Senate Finance Committee '
Glover, JC 42 22 .824 lawn and shrubbery are green else. The bearers bring food and from any Negro b Oils objective has voted to apply the 10 per cent PORK CHOPS'GRADE
Chandler Kiwanl 40 It .471 and Immaculate. The tall, regal serve It others care for you reporting tax rate on furs, OwJJrtics: handbags -
Edward, Rotary 30 12 .400 doormen wear white uniform bedrooms Milk and butter and "I feel that Mr. KherlU'l article and jewelry at the manufacturer's
Edward, DeMolay 18 7 .380 with red and gold trim and vest bread la handled by another apo act to further Inflame whatever level, rather than at
Norman, Kiwaiiia 37 14 478 and cun ll'rbunda. Vie were put dab bearer. We have two bearersfor tense feeling there may he I In 'the retail level, starting October '
Strouae, Lion 27 10 J70 into a suite at I bedroom' our room, and they will not Gad drn County and that his ar- 1. I'
DaM, Rotary 33 12 .384 bath and living room hen, 01 enter the children roans tide create unnecessary hiwtil
JVorby, Jaycmi 31 14 .39* will remain until our .house fscomplet. they have their own they are ties here. I can Imagine! that Mr:
Cody, lions 33 11 .333 at Ralpur, which wllje at our door around the dock Hutchinson would be' tired of LIVED Ilf "POVERTY"New 39c
STANDINGS in mid-July if ail gun well. the awerprn come during the hearing about discrimination from York Following the '
Hint week I The furniture will be sent there daytime. They will not allow youto reporter he certainly I hasn'
( endbif July ) 1 7tlt' death of Jack Sasso, who lived
from Calcutta and the house la
Tmim Rim' tostKlwanll carry anything, lit below our ward I from ui, however alone, authorities searched his
14 0 being modernized that la dignity they think. Even In your Sherill has written several piece room and found 20 different bankbooks
Jaycee 8 6 screw and ban put on the windows own home 11 a wife II teen cleaning In magazine and newspaper or showing a saving, In It
IJons < IDeMolay bathroomi and water iya- off a able they will never thli nature In which he dora not
bank of Susso lived
202000.
< T tern Installed. We will have a touch that table again/ thinkIng JM all the fact but limply write '
large bouse 6 bedrooms, B In such apmuvnt poverty that he FRESH TENDER BEEF
Rotary 4 a that It la sacred. They understand ill article in order to prove
burned candle Instead of
Exchange 0 13 baths, etc plul a garage withlI'I'Vanll' the words you speak, point which he like to think electric lining
quarters all enclosed but do not understand the mean- 'exist. Whatever problem there lights. !
JUNIOR LITTLE LEAGIE Into our compound by a high and i*
ings. They will answer you correctly are In Quincy, everyone
(ages and t) enre. We will still have to have but continue to do a* they agreed that there are problem*, it]A FLTESQ SAUCER
Game at putt week: Frosty a chokidar (guard) on tlt1:7. to did before. It la a strange feelIng il certain that inflamatory slate.
Morn 19, Qulncy Telephone 11; protect the property -- at you get after trying to communicate menta by newsmen who don The National Aeronautic and
King Edward 9, Oulnry Telephone our expense. The reason for the with them Mr. Shan- know what they are talking about Space Administration I* studying
4; Frosty Morn 33, Fryer Smith !large house In particular, la that Iii, the new PrIme Minister seems will not help the situation. he design of an expandable "fly.
Motor 4. we will :be expected to house anyAmericans to I be more of a realist than Mr. "In conclusion, I would like to 1111 aauoer" 287 feet in diameter
TOP TEN I ITTERBThu coming our way. Hal- tfahru. Mr. Shastrl stated yesterday request several thing from you that could be used a* a communication -
( week ending July t) poor U I located in the very heart In The Indian Express that al Mr. SherUlt editor. First, I aiitelllte. A model
Player, team ab h avg of big game country. We have "he did not have all the answers believe that he owe u* and Mr. was successfully tested. The
Gay, Fryer-Smith 27 19 .703 hired an Interpreter-driver H R. ( Mr. Nehru would not have admitted utchlnion an apology unless he pinioned satellite would be shot
Phillips, Frosty Mom 23 16 ..686Hogg Kahn called Rallq (pronounced Oils) but the Fourth \* willing to hire a lawyer ando Into orbit and then Inflated with
*, Fryer-Smith 25 17 .680 Ray-feque) who \Is the son of a Ian should emphasize medium, out and get affadavlt from gas from a high pressure contain-
Welch, Fryer-Smith 12 6 .896 irofeaidonal Shakarl (hunter) now small-teals and village Industries people who want to lay that they I
Ingram Quin. Tel. 22 13 ..591Biuett. retired due to ex< Fryer-Smith 7 4 .573 contact with a tiger. Ra- not possibly enthuse the common Since I doubt that he will want todo CEILING RAISED i "B" GEORGIA FRESH
Chance, Fryer-Smith 30 16 .53J rnq himself hat personally been man and secure his willing cooperation this, he owe u* an apology for
Young Fryer-Smith 20 10 ..900McCormlck. on 47 tiger kills and la considered unless his Immediate attributing to ua false and Inflanv I The House ha* passed a bill to
Quin. Tel 23 10 ..4)5Ranew the moat popular bunting problem food, clothing and tory statements which we have set the national\ debt limit at S32I NECK BONESIb.25e
Frosty Mom 37 16 .432 guide In the American AID shelter were given special not made. Second, he owe Mr. llllon. This la a J9-bllllon Increase FRYERS
TANDIVOS mission. Whenever he and Morgan attention. lutchlnson an apology for implying over the present limit.
week ending July I) hall animal for meat U The House debated
an ( that there 1* discrimination only three
Tonese. The U. S. own 1/3 d all the
WM Lost we eat meat, we must kill it and throwing public doubt on his tours before ending the bill tothe
Rupees (1 Rupee a 21 cent value
King Edward 6 1 Oat), an attempt must be madeto office. And third, he morally Senate. In the roll-call vote,
of this The Americana
Frosty Mom 8 3 shoot the animal In such a way ) assigned country.here are expectedto owe Gadxlen County citizens, (Republicans* voted solidly 5 8 9U.
Fryer-Smith 4 o.3 that It will be alive when Raflq help the Indian to help themselves both white and Negro, an apology 164 against the measure. !
QuIncy Telephone arrived, ao that he can cut Ita and to use these Rupees for going around Inflaming temp- lbs.
throat and say a prayer and ran era of people against people without ENOUGH Of RUSSIA
wisely. Many project are going
Trip 10 IndiaContinued ilnuelf.therefore eat Raflq some la of a the Moslem.meat well, by Indianfarms standards. The having any fact to back this New York Morris and .Mole -'

small are raising poultry up."Finally Block have returned home
This la his 8th year of employmend to
we urge you IUi'rre
with our government, ilx In the northern provinces Irrigation he alter five yean In Russia, where
On t to SherlU that before
( from Page ) and fertiliser I Ia used
spent with one man, In another being make other sweeping generalization they had gone to find a better S. GOOD
any
the city. We did not have timeto urea of India. where It hat never been before -I about a state In ife. They found loneliness, poverty
,and yet lie remaining task la and lack of freedom in Odessa

take the I hour and J8 00 trip I We are now being prepank I which he ha not even lived a STfLe
speakingwith
into Jordan. At wa left, we flew overwhelming was careful where they had gone to WOI k.
for Oils work In Ralpur will the head of the pulp industry year, he check his fact
of Damascus I -2" Mrs Block said she was disillusioned -
low over the valley have
I
article ever
all attend orientation for weeks y. Every
afternoon ,
In Bombay, here this
in three
though and could art the flamingred 8 hours a day. Morgan accompanying la made read ot his contain at \least one month but it
their wholly
pulp took her husband twO'l8J'l.
toll and treeless terrain, We They
our men out Into /glaring error due to a nonobjective -
from bamboo there la no other lad only $1.10 when returned
flew] on to Teheran, Iran and and non-lnvestlgutiv attitude. they
the areas within a 200 mile radua a
wood to make It from. lie had
about 1 hour. Our home.
lopped there to observe the used .
trip of about 3 and H houra to technique spent tome time with Internator-I I will do ....-
In dealing with the people Each "I hope that you ome
al Paper Co., In the SEE BAYS HO ,\ \
Delhi was our roughest flight. American here la assigned acounterpart graduated from Syracuse UnlverIty I thing concrete about this probem. C t '" )
There time that the .- 49 ,...l. I
were pre that la a man of the an Indian of drive and intelligence Other, by the way, have Attorney General Robert F. t r
bodlei : .s. ,f
lure -of O on-our-- -was ao same professional standing, to ; How he contrast from complained of Sherill' lack of Kennedy announced that he will IB.Last ...... ..
plan and work together with the the Indian sleeping along the 'getting the fact*. Barbara Whit not run for the United State ..,. ..; ...
eople. (An Indian with the same streets the women working on aker Research Assistant for the Senate from New York. Thli ha* "'", .
INSECTICIDESSOIL raining and professional standards road construction Inside this city, Southern Regional Council, wrote ended months of speculation that
.) The ugly American hat carrying baskets of broken stones to the Nation protesting another he might seek the Democratic
FUMIGANTS not been present enroute, or hereIn on their heads. Million who of Sherill' Gndsdrn County article nomination to run against incumbent -
Delhi we have top-notch have never seen a bar of _po In which similar misapprehensions Republican Senator Kenneth Week's Jackpot Bonus Winners
WEED KILLERS sensitive and dedicated Americana Our bearer wa given a certificate of the tact were IncludedIn B. Keatig lie gave no plant for -
here of the highest professional of appreciation by President his editorial about Qulncy. : the future.

etandlng Everyone hat Kennedy when h* was her once 1 Will!* M Johnson
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL beers helpful and generous In and brought It to show me yet LODGE RESIGNS
getting us let out on our task he makes a salary of 30 rupee a Tax Complaints $100 WINNER Jimmy Norris, Jr.
ilnce most of the people in Delhi month ISA.30) plus hit meal Or, Henry Cabot Lodge has resigned Chester Roland
have spent 2 to 8 years out In the take drive to Raj Ghat (cremation Onnllnuvd One aa ambassador to South Viet
a ( from Page )
field, they guide us In everyway platform 6 miles from here),' Nam. President Johnson named RUFUS GREEN Booker T. Livingston
possible. Many universities have where If there IlII't enough money Quincy appealed fort Homesteiu General Maxwell D. Taylor, now Irene Wilson
Sales & Service contact personnel here. There la to buy Exemption She explained she Hull-man of. the Joint Chief of .
CalWnmla "thesbddy plumede Staff a* 111\* tuccs or. Lodge ex-V
a large freup from mation I owned a house but the house was"
Inc. Illinois, Ohio State, Iowa State, Thl 1* Indeed another world on the wrong lot. In tome mix- pressed hi* regrets at leaving, I ... !
etc. We were Invited to a r cep- where the people are gentle and I up she received a deed to the adjacent but felt It wa his duty to help
lon aa guests of honor and met tumble and prayerful and obedient lot but no deed to the lot Governor Scranton win the Republican ,
Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 the former Helen Murray of : to their belief to the point on which, her bow is located.. nomination for the Presdenry.
Gainesville, I gradual of FSU, of starvation. This I II India The Board granted her a 30- : Double Cola 3 CI":. $100

QUINCY FLORIDA who when la it now wu Mrs.not Karl co-educational Mayer and what I've ,experienced- in 7 day tralght extension to get her deeds Several nationally .recognized

We have very limited commissary day Mary Senltf Slickney "Why are property taxes goingup uthurltle on alcoholism will
asked W. B. serve lQthe.faculty of the Raymond -
facilities here and I am In every year? !
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Lewi of Chattahoochee. He ub- Li Buckler feiiool ot Alcohol
'CORE Worker mined to the Board tax receipt Studies, to be sponsored by DIXIE LILY SELF RISING SEE ALLRICE
HARRISON the Honda Alcoholic Rehabilitate
AUTO PARTSUSED over a period of several yearsfor I -
40 acres of swamp land. Mr. Program August 0-14 at the
CARS (Continued from Fife One) Lewis dated he did not 011'Ithe Jnivenuiy ot Sown tlorida Tarn-
property but paid the taxes. The pa. MEALSibs.
USED PARTS for all make that nowhere In It doe Mr. Sher111 owner agreed to deed the property -
I
of Can and Trucks quote any Negro u alleging over to him after a certain Goodwill Industrie I II the
discrimination. All there la In relation length of time. worlds largest renabiUtaboa
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE to this question are responses Chairman of the Board Sheller agency for Handicapped people,
WE BUY JUNKED> CARS local rltlieni made to Mr. Sher- explained the millage has gone second omy in Ine u. S. to the
11\\'. Inquiries. Mr. Sherill even Veterans Administration.Porpoutea .
over the yean "ao your 39 35 Ot.
1422 W. Jefferson MAIn 7.7115 concede thl*. but the title of thearticle up taxes go up." 29c

and the_quote and obWouldn't A tax reduction wa requestedby make a variety of: Bag
i Willie Stephens. He avid he sounds, some of which are known
was granted a {300 cut on his to be used to communicate with
.hours and kit taxes last year, but other porpoise tint recognition
I now it has been I'tIIIIt'III'd $1,000 of the meaning U such sounds
I occurred at Manneland ut Florida.
our over last year. DEL MONTE
His request wu denied 1-1''
Mn W. W. Maasey asked for a Olils are approximately
VACATIONSERVICES tax reduction on her residential that if you dun, you will never
I property located on W. Washington advance beyond the point ot "so- CATSUP BOTTLE _
Street In Qulnry. dal" drinlung But fur the one in ? 9c
\ The Board granted a $2,000 decrease 16 drtnken who becomes a "h 1I. With $5.00 Order
I vnnn" the alcoholic help
III available tor information, c.u1tal.1 -
YOUNG ROCKCTTEM the Florida Alcoholic Behablutatiuo -
help get your I Program P. 0. Box DEL MONTEFRUIT
Alken, S. C. five teen-ager 1147. Avon Park.SEPTIC.
% 3? have luccessfully fired a horned -- --- -- ---
tu1ii plans launched? toad named George to ret 000 tees
and returned him They
M now plan to send an egg a* the TANK I COCKTAIL 2 23
pay load In the J-stag* rorket. SERVICEVACUUM <
One ot: the rocketeer. Doug lUs-
that It the egg came'
down they plan to eal
it. II i iON
I rqiALMY I 1'ed oj SewFRUITS

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A new law requiring I'CJUapay
for equal work his now become a I & VEGETABLES
law. It coven more than 1 million -, :
women under the I'air Labor ::
Standard Act. The law. the
Kqunl Pay Act ot IMS. amend CLEANED -1
the Fair Labor Standard Art / TENDER
and forbids employer from discriminating REPAIRED
la wage solely oa the I
bad ot MX.UtlAKO .. {<. .
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If your plant ere training the anchor" M our Vacation In a ftl'ftt'bit to Washington.: Nights I274SM

services com to the rescue. You should have Traveler West German Cham-elk* Ludwig

I Checks, the untoiabto money as.... Deposit Box for Erhard agreed with President QUINCYVAULT HOME GROWNCORN
Ci Johnson that the West need rut
your valuables and wt can arrant a Loan If you need worry about the SovIet.East CO.

extra money for your vacation travels O The Important German friendship treaty. Th*'

thing to remember Is to borrow the money where you get pact ed la Russia Moscow and aroused her ..r.Wtelip.Interest fa' VAULTS MONUMENTS

low interest rate. That place I Is at our Full Service Bank. Q For your convenience Washington but created no new MAINLINE DRIVE i

and an enjoyable vacation, ask us how we can help you with' our crtsU declared., toptanMnc German eoureea QUINCY

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FAGS fOUR CADSDEN COWnfTTMES. QUINCT. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY t. 94


GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand TRAFFIC PROBLEM emerjonde red streak whining along the Well bye-bye far this week I
The proposals take various sidewalk a soas the street t'other Enjoyed talking to you.
and oonlnulnj forms. In cm version It Is morning When It stowed down
CHATTAHUUCHC! TRIBUNE geetod that Congress ww AROUND to go Into the Oty Hall, I saw The best way to get a day
Published each Thursday it IS S. Madlsoo Street the President standby power ,It was Tankte Embry wearing work done Is to work a Mil day
make ecrosa-the J'd rate cuewin .
red shoes.Thoutfit
A A>>" H. lrr Naw.oap.rEBTABIASHED
In hU jwlgmont. the eco TII.
l 01Qulncy India Minorities easily assume tf.lajorlllcs -
Florid nomJc situation calls for them ing out of style but I waswwrong.It's owe them a living.
Congress has, understandably, SQUARE all CMI'he place
e..e _..Pald. ""'" shown lilt>> entlnuiaim tor that This is a week late understand -
Una Veer t3.00 Two \Tmrs U 60 6l. Months II.71 idea. Less extreme proposal! Bar subs the organs Tape.' Harvey Floor I
would Introduce new procedure I paased out made some people I Covering
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1. L. HatehtntoBDOP Pubttik within Cbngrrss to at to make pass out. Anyway congratula-
Carman _._._ _....._ Ada.rawwp end Nun possible more rapid action on an- ions, Nancy and Harvey flea a tadvdlat Formica
U-ft left hut
Wen, we got out Inlaid Haotoum, rubbnCounter
QRII In appraising turn devices It 'r-ausa there wasn't enough room I "Did you find that novel Interesting ,
ATIONAL may be well to retail some recent Putting a newspaper together Is ?" asked Alice Sanford, n.rL each
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nmoRuiAsfebcgniw history In mid 1962 It ap .
like putting together I Jigsaw puzzle Quincy librarian.
hfl peered that there "'ai a slowing- sometime there are just Top
+ ''A "No, not much, the patron replied
i economic
down In the general up too many pieces: Anyway 'hut the letter someone I
trend and tome observe 'l'el't'da thank to those who missed
you left In It for a bookmark was Work
rwemirm was In the oiling
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me certainly a lulu!
President Kennedy, In a trial bel- I
'.ON lon remark Indicated he might/ Have seen very few college And just whets is Alma On
consider: asking (or an Immediate students this summer guess the radio the announcer says the i I AD Type.
A moat of them have oil to '
emergency Income tax cut. Congress gone temperature was so and so In'
Dreams BARigtlJ held hearings on the Idea. summer school Caught a gllmpueot Alma t the rainfall1 I Installation
On Bureaucratic cy.t Expert
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and bund a preponderance of Alex Hinson scootin across the averaged such. Askedone I
opinion opposed to it- After some street one day and then saw at the natives around her I
Emplr. building and paper shuffling are steady trcdti f Yo'ef'kIhe President announcedthat Kay Dixon and Wyndcl HubbardIn and he didn't know either.
40ES4 the office he' tint time I'veseen SHElTER-
of the government executive. he had abandoned the re. Understand there were very few I BUTCH
thought of a quickie cut, and Instead him in four years the flap( displayed In Query on July
That fact was magnified recently by Senator John time nightIndentand Lm'iau Sf- J.1&ft.1
would suggest a systematic last was graduation 4. In act, the lag on the Court- "
McClellan Arkansas Democrat Chairman of the Govern- overhaul ft the tax law at the beginning Sue Lynn Munroe and house Square warn't even dying. /outer/'none
men Operations Committee. of the next year $zit McMillan are going to summer It'. a shame. We should take!
school at FSU.
la a floor speech, the Dixie lawmaker noted that --df anticipated While mil economic was going downturn on, the, Sawdust Scribbles Had more priM In our country. ____ _u_ ___

pending legislation calls for creation of no less than 11 which had brought all the talk I nice neighbor down the road give .. ..
n.W departments of cabinet rank. about failed to materialize. The i me some tomatoes from her gar-'
In 111'11.! Thank you, Sandy When
off
again
economic rim took
Beyond that, the men with the organization charts Too many couples give up the fight, resign themselves the tall of 1B62 after only a brief Sandy came by she brought her
have been seeking to add more than 260 separate committees I friend, "Alexander the Great"a -
to boredom or a standoff and play out the game muse. tiny while "poodley" dog with
in the executive branch during the 88th Congrss, Then In January 1963 the PresoVnt -
the rest of the way over the TeaJLPerhapi jet black eyes. Another nice neigh.her
conceivable subject"According I Ecoromic Repot announced
covering "practically every gave me some corn and peas
each loses
Interest In each
to McClellan these same people would appearance that he would shortly propose Thank you, thank you, Ethel. We
begins to leave off the nicetis and courtesies formerly a major tax reduction The Re- I have a very fine community.Was .
150 federal commission
also expand that if
create
or present and the ball and chain life is underway. In too port predicted nnatWaw l so proud ol myself one
Some of the bills, he said, overlap especially those enacted promptly morning when the Courthouse
many cases, marriage 1s an arrangement the two continue product would reach $578 billionIn When Is aTELEPHONE x
calling for new departments. Three would deal with the clock was on the bUnk arrived
though love is lost In the 1983. The tax reduction was
process.One at work 15 minutes early then
of urban and rural affair and two others with for "
problems not enacted but product
gross
rule that and of rules clock %
always helps no set be J5B5bilUun discovered the Courthouse
the year turned out to ;
transportation. of( course U the whole answer Is to treat your husband, In other words, we had a was 15 minutes slow. B. J.
Others seek to split existing organizations Intoseparate fempbell says she has a time gettang
up or wife, with at least as much as would ranger( economy without the tax
hierarchies. Main target for that is the Department courtesy you cut, than the Administration had to work on time too. Saw a a door :,
It's Yet It's i
treat a stranger. hard to observe this rule. i
with the
of Health Education and Welfare. I predicted we would have
true we become so accustomed to each other we forget
cut. handle?
Most of these proposals should and probably will
the courtesies and graciousness that can make so much The tax reduction If now In
meet a fate they richly deserve the pigeon hole. difference. effect and It begins to look asthwlldl READY MIX

business is going to be
better In 1904 than most experts
Uncle Sam VindicatedThe QUINCY ,had predicted But we have no CONCRETECONCRETE Your telephone line helps keep the door

Investigating committee of the International i I.warrant cause for and concluding effect. \Ne that have this no open to an important avenue of business, '

Commission of Jurists came up with the only reasonable CALENDAR OF EVENTSA conditions way of knowing would be what like right economic now Call our business office totfay for information ;

conclusion to be derived from the facts when It held that I'1 the tax reduction had not been on' increasing business efficiency through I I

the U. S. Army was justified In using force to put down Community Service by the naeted modern communication. I
This Is not to suggest that reducing -
rioting in Panama last January. the burden of federal taxes
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce 627.8Slt BLOCK
Composed of impartial and highly regarded repre.sentatlvei I. not a desirable objective. Out
of the Netherlands, Sweden and India, the' it should be carefully considered
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Calendar Is based on Information reported by clubsecretaries and planned for In advance and ...
group reported unanimous findings to the effect that Panamanian oriented toward removing tax barriers
authorities made no real attempt either during I and program directors a* of the Friday preceding to long.range economic,
have been publication ,growth. There seems to be blUe Oakland Concrete .
the when
the early period of crisis, it might .
merit In schemes for shortorderax Products
Dipped in the bud or for most of the following three days, I. cuts to counteract short4crmbusiness Company .......,."
to control the rioting throngs. On the other hand, the Thursday, July 9Canning Center 8 5; Florida State ( swings. Allen Bosttck and ,.. Id IS"
committee found some evidence that newspapers, radio Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberts St. John Thomson Quincy Telephone Co
The difficulty with most laws,
and television stations and even loudspeakers were used Friday, July 10- Alcoholic Anonymous and Al-
to Incite and misinform the public. Family Group. 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Can terpretauun 'I

It also noted that U. 3. force did not retaliate until ning Center 8 5, Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson House,

otfer several of the GIs had been wounded.As Air Force Recruiter, 9. 12, Post Office 1'

to Panama's charge that its right of assembly had
been violated, the committee found It Invalid because the Monday July 13- Kiwanis Club, I p.m., Jefferson House;

crowds constituted a threat to public safety Canning Center 8 0 S, Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic

It's nice to have somebody say for a change that Building; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., -

Uncle Sam isn't wrong just because he 1* big. Courtroom Courthouse. l e

Tuesday, July 14- Canning Center 8 0 S; Rotary Club }r jt t

Religion In The HomeThe 1 p.m", Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic .....
Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers 7:30 *
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general opposition of organized religion to the p.m., Club House, Shadow St. 1'I 7K \1 t r

proposed Constitutional\ amendment offsetting the Supreme Wednesday July 15Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Post "NO ,
Court' ban on required public school devotions .
Office, Jaycees, 12 noon Kittrell's Restaurant; Exchange
seems to have been put pretty w.llin focus by a maga
Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Gadsden County .
tine called "Christianity Today. Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden County Hospital
Discussing the controversy in a recent Issue It took ; Canning Center 8 -5; Marine Recruiter 9. 12 SAFER DOLLARIN
the position that neither the court nor backer of the so- noon Post Office.
called Becker Amendment have arrived at the true sole

lion to the problem of church.state separation. It argued Thursday July 16- Canning Center 8 5; Florida State

that the Becker plan if adopted "would open the door In Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. WEST FLORIDA AREA '

our religiously pluralistic society to a variety of Ilat.pre.crtbed .. Friday, July 17- Alcoholics Anonymous and AI-Anon
devotional exercises and thus be dangerous
a
: Family Group 8 p.m., St. Paul' Parrish House; Can.

move, nlng Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter 9 12 noon, than the dollar you save at
At the tame time It contended that the court.had InIt
Office
Post
seal to preserve strict separation of church and state" \V *

overemphasized religious neutrality to the extent of "load. Monday July 20- Klwanls Club I p.m., Jefferson House, LEON FEDERAL ; : j

log the scale for secularism." Canning Center 8 S, Masonic Lodge, Gadsden j.

Its conclusion wa. that the real solution lies In Chapter 30 R.A.M., Mar-Quln Council 23, 8 pan.,

strengthening of the whole process of Christian educationIn Masonic Building; Social Security Representative Your mealy b kwr4 by e permanent ogmcy of to

the home and church as well as In schools to the degreeIt 9:30: a.m., Courtroom Courthouse.. u.s. Govwmwnl. And lass Wtrofi ..p rW d 0f1ICIIS AND MRTOtS

contended Supreme Court decision still allow financial Item Neb Dp inured safety with toundCutmortgage
The point may be well taken. since obviously the Tuesday, July 21- Life Underwriters 12 noon Klttrell'i loans. ee qwfty boron h this sees total t. HMOIT
Restaurant Center 8.5, Rotary Club, .
; Canning 1pm ,
of the
schools could not do the Job alone, regardless
Jefferson House; Lions Club 7 p.m., KittrelT Restau
permissive regulations. rant.Wednesday. sue L venous", A

The Great SocietyPresident July 22- Navy Recruiter 10:30 am. Post SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT 'seauwe

Office; Jaycees, 12 noon Klttrells Restaurant; Exchange
STATIMENT Of CONDITION AS OF JUNI 30 W4 IIONIYW. MINMUON
Johnson has quietly) dropped the "Better Club 1 p.m.,Jefferson House; Canning Center, s..--

Deal" as a tag for his days and way. 8 S.The ASSETS LlAllLmES

In place of !it, he ha* adopted "The Great Society," sacs A, MIMCUTOHIMIM3HUN

a term he used recently in a commencement address at Cash en Hoed and 'hi tanks $ 1,69470776 Savings Accounts .... ? $23.234.61319 p"M
National 1 Outlook
the University of Michigan. Fine Mortgage loaM.... 21.31.627.01 .cot.s:0t4:
In an American Context "The Great Society" sound Advenc" fI'OIII federal ..

like a couple of Dks, or even Odd Fellow, talking to anew I By flrort H........* thirteen months later, that the Other Locno. .......... 201,793.1.S Home loon Bank,. .. .. 150.000.00 '.
HTANT! TAX CIWtII a' tirl1
recruit. resultlnc legislation emerged from Loans 011 Savings Accounts 377,109.32
RUM tTION T Loons 1ft 1'1' .... ... .... 186,613.60 ,
However, In the context of history, In which the President CVngrme and was signed by President <<
The process ot making major 1n."mefllS and Sitie. 1.103,609.31
Societies" have Johnson.
show an Increasing interest "Great s e aesr
been not so much ordained a* recognized. intern xtywtnvnu Is a In Umr-cunsunilng the national one tax There ot has discusxlnn recently been of means a revival Lend Office lundlng and Deferred inconse.. .. .r 50.5"9.80 r

The first "Great Society" of which we have record Twildmt Kennedy offered spe- whereby the procedure far changing Equipment; tans
b the Age of Pericles, and If there U one thing clear rifle ircnmmrrxlutlons fur lax lax rates and tax rites. cnn Depreciation ......... 620130.05 Other' LJabillli"; ...... .. 199639.11 "'A".". A. sass
.... ......
hiingn In the form ot a draft be streamlined. The tin la that
about Pericles it 1s that he did not set out to create such .
IIBI Deletrect and
bill to Congress In January we may need to make tat revisions Oaron ... 1.139,52.77
an age. It was not until February. ISM In_a hurry. to meet tronnmlc_ Other" All"' ... ..... 232,101.73 Surplwondle..rw." e.aereralw .
He wa dealing with emergencies abroad and urgencies e-d vsr .......
TOTAL ASSETS. 25661079.17 TOtAL UAllUTIES. $25.661Q79.11 ...
of his rule wa recognized
at home. The greatness
NATIONAL STANDARD LIFE
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at hi* funeral ;. ..... .. sw.osel.
Similarly the Age of Elizabeth In England against a "I ..e' a. user

serious threat from Spain. Greatness arose. It was not presents F .a

self. .
proclaimed.There P ,. ... .
have been numerous conscious effort to build w IIusx.

"The Great Society." We da>> not equate the current project I R t.. s.. ws.orI

with any of these but Robespierre'* led to the Tenor N all$1 O -

Lenin' to Stalin Hitler' to World War 0. .....
Let's hope LBI's "Great Society" I* -4 least( somethingon S it G I i r.
tr ormiT .. tare e .ease err
the plus side U I R

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A Family Rule
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On. of the most intriguing aspect ol life\ 1* the tendency N M
become lax in ..--.....
to observing
of so many couple
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normal, everyday,courtesies b the home.
Many husbands and wives, after the blush of the E N ? ael ss

first sweet year, loll Into a habit of complaint or criticism AFs G hEiiffi ;

And. of course much of It may be deserved. 1T1 LEON F

And when In addition. we fall Into>> the habit of leaving I. L JONES : ;

off the normal courtesies, simple courtesies we would ; ,
INVEST IN THE FUTURE -.- AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
allow our..I"0 be _
extend even to strangers we M.JII
trapped In routine. SERVICE IS OUR STANDARD \llllfl. t., ..%:..** I ...

Perhaps the trickiest task a couple faces In going i 11811E oFFtlE.Ill S.sH trraree MMd OffiCt firlwjj 9nflM Carter TXLUBttSO, ROBS

through the years is to keep that special tie, to keep I QUINCY. FLORIDA PHONE 8564354 "

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"r.r" a ;"" QflNCy.t FtORIDA, THITCTOAY Jt'-V B PAri6
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TIme comumed In debate al ways I dent Johnson, experienced u heIt GARDENINGIN
I ry. ..OOBDla buys time for studies that moldImprove I In cloakroom cajolery, can
a bill through amend,, with a few personally whispered
AHEAD ments. Much Urn la required foe words put any sort of: vote in the FLORIDABy 1
t Congressional routine, but a great bag Sooner or later despite this
Ir.0.,.S Irks deal of: time It necessary wbet1the much admired reputation, the Henwy Bharpe, Editor
--.-- Congreai considers "mon' Congress It likely to teach him Florida Agricultural
strosity" blllt that Extewaoi Benin HELPY SELFY
hardly
... always bald
. legislator la willing to take Covering a spot of ground
around the home Is
u perplexing
sponsibility for.Apparently should be whether the bill bate
THE H. 7151 la u selecting the rt&btropI'e H I|
CONGRESSIONAL R. right, not whether the chief executive '
it's hard to make look
of bill, In the of either
ILOW-DOWX : the wont history wants itSometimes
Congress lambasted flack Congress, from the viewpoint of: natural.
gets << the lawmaker themselves Growing In full shade
of speed almost yearly by possible conflict with existing get Impatient When a Senator In while greenery sand takes
or patience
those who apparently get Impa. state and federal law including Insults his colleague who are
and hard work. Also\ the use of
tent with the democratic process the Constitution. It it 65 pages cautious, u one did recently by ground coven In the most unexpected LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANER .
I es. From Harry Truman'i "Do long, contains 11 different titles calling them "jelly" the places often Is the mark of
Nothing" Congress to LBJ'i stalled and hat hundreds of section and Implication It good gardener.
a
doture-Uraited debit on civil subsection a real legal and Interest It being forfeited by In- Ground coven are Jow.erowin:1 I ,
: rights the Congress it railed at legislative freak. Much of It it decision. Such it not the cue plants other than lawn
gtss.Is
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for Ms slowness The emphasisIt contradictory and the terms un These criticisms merely mean
that will' cover the ground
; mostly wrong In these jibes and defined. It... amended in the :U" projects and politically and form a compact attractive, -I
ierlbdtms. It ought to be the other House 34 times and at time of issues are not being resolved -|cover.
way around: compUmenlt for cloture some Ito amendmentswere fast enough to suit the
;painstaking, deliberate, careful waiting for vote In the Sen- critic's reach for power. A bad Low-growing plants acwntuate'
and lines of timer beds
t study prior to voting. Not that all ale. The task of "cleaning It up" law can Indeed be worse than no curvet
bllli patted are perfect but more has Jthe despair of both law at all. That may be true of and walks. Ground covers are excellent
In erosion and
preventing
I.re acceptable than would be the houses. I the civil rights bill, for u time ,'
maintenance banks
I II reducing on
CAM with breakneck tperd. I N. SteamrollerThe goes on then seems to be lest .
and sand dunes where
The civil rights debate, drawIng I Senate however, did not and .lets of: a dear national con slopes KIt
t to a dote In mid-June afterrrly delay In taking up the bill. Not census in Its fav<<. almost impossible to grow lawn
14 w prove toSenate]all the hours of debate, even grasses.There ]
-to the longrat debate in when the chamber was nearly! I are scores of: plant. suitable -,
Mrs. Sanders 69
t history. There was a two-month empty, were wasted. It a ri: for ground coven. Here area
the few recommended by Univerllily I
:verbal battle on the Oregon was delayed people
quesI
better chance to develop their Buried In Hosford of Florida ornamental horticulturists. -'
Bon in 1M6 when Janet K. Polk : -, '.
pretldcnt. A 55-day filibuster views and relay them to their t .., ,..- .,
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iffta
Mrs. Onle Sanders eD, of Hoe
ratification Senators. With so momentous a The common periwinkle will ,
prevented of Presided .
Wilson's, Treaty of Versailles tot- bill under consideration, perhapsthe ford died Friday morning in INCadsden t grow in full shade or In sunlight .
i10wlnr World War I. Eight ofVeome : moat significant one d the County Hospital. and Is rsled excellent for banks .
22 filibuster in yean panhavt century, should Congress push A native of Texas, Mrs. Sand. and for edging along flower beds ,
involved civil rights, but the forward with undue haste heeding era moved to hooted 60 yean Fig marigold it a succulent that ____ ..s __ .
SSenate hat never before used' the only the array of pressure ago and was a member of the will grow on sand and bt-adlareu
D ttoture rule to abut off debate onto groups that raise the darkest United Pentecostal HoUneaiChurch I near salt water. I
dvll rights measure. threats if It it not passed Thltis In Hostord. The two lilylurt plants are rated
j UK Cotitmu at Work no time for a steamroller ()on.IJ'HI. Funeral services were conducted tops u ground coven. They resist Located Behind Jitney Jr. East Jefferson Street

i. Senators from both Northern at 1 o'clock Sunday morning: heat and drought and are
*knd Southern ttatet who oppose Possibly Congress Is handicapped In the United Pentecostal HoU., useful for edging. Creeping lint
ilhe current rights bill, however with some procedures and ness Church In Hosford with the lope, smaller o:( the two, groins
tkiid not consider the recent debate rules that make It look at times Rev. Arthur HoMes officiating,, best In partial to full shade Mun-
ja filibuster. This time they were like an antiquated Model T In a Interment followed In the Hosford I do "grass" It belong lo the
:Pot reading the phone book orreiving sports car age. But Congress Cemetery with the Butler-M nrga I lily family will grow In full
out recipe for "pot Ilk. hat shown, in emergencies, thatIt Funeral Hume In charge of: ar, shade. WEEKEND SPECIAL

Xker." For the man part, they can act with the necessary the ,rangements.Survivors. Both the lilyturt plants are
:wera going over and over the bill, .peed when the welfare of Include her husband,. hardy state-wide. They cannotstand
'nation Is at stake. The tax out Dave Sanders, Hosford two sons, ,
lin an effort to I inform the people. ; tramping.
bill of this year and the railroad George Roberts. OIattahocJchl'e.IJId Partrtdgeberry or Mltchellarepens
crisis of last year might be died Erie Sanders, Hosford; one, does well add
at examples of deliberate action brother Hal Bodtford, BowllnlGrwn toil. It's an Jnt'i'C: cover THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY
storm for the national Interest, without Fla: six grandchildren for very dark nooks of the garden.'
either too much haste or delay. A and five I"NtRites grandchildren. Other ground coven Include
deliberative body It no deliberative peperomla, short Juniper confederateJasmine '

II I-, through body the at bills all if that It must most rush deserve Held For Jew, wedeua, trailing trailing fig, wandering .Ian-i 8:00 A.M. lo 5:00: P.M.

to wait.
winter .
land and creeper.Naming
Awl N. Rubber Stamp Mahaffey Baby '
j The working methods of the Preparing the soil for planting
White House, with its own legislative Graveside services were conducted
I ground Is important because
coven
twaten, have left for little Mary Ruth Mahaffey -
arm- It U nearly impossible to 8 POUNDS DRY CLEANING
f much to be desired In recent Congressional at 10 o'dock Saturday cultivate the soil later. I
relationships. The picture morning July 4 at the Sunny First, spade the soil to a depth
we have now Is that Prest Dell Cemetery.In: Cretna with. the of I Inches, mixing in
t Rev. 81'011IOIManf') Jr. officiating. : aZ:1 l
quantity of organic
TIME TO WE HAVE toll is sandy. Next, level the'
died 16 PAIR OF TROUSERS
The Mahafley Infant Friday
area with a rake and remove UM,
De... 'abllle morning July I In the Ga Plumbing Futures den County Hospital moisten the soil 00 or
Complete Use ef
Survivors Include the parents Like grasses. ground covers
BulUUf Materials Mrs. Joan Thompson Maharfey of .
need fertiliser. The faster growing, 16 DRESSES
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plants need a nearly (
Roofing k Biding !
fey Tallahassee.The while the slow growing,
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Carey Asphalt Rearing was charge of: arrangements.The 4-7-1 Thug
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REMODEL sod Gypsum products national system of Blood to almost monthly applications ATTENDENTFOR
Sporting Goods Farm 8BI"lllei
Banks provides protection anywhere -
for ground coven such as
B U I L D Phil Hundreds ef Other liens In the U. S. for those In wandering Jew. I

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given to 2 VI million peoplemally an I'IJUI1Icover
rnpagate INSTRUCTIONSSAVE
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Wood banks. Woody and semi-woody
of ground cover plants are usually
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bayne of Harold Bevls, Mrs. John John- a lengthy fflnees. He was a member
West Palm Beach visited Mrs. mo, Mn. C T. Straughn and Mrs. of the Centenary Methodist

Oliver McKeown.Mr. George Smirherman.Clyde Church. .

PAGEPersons and Mrs. A. D. Lester had Brockman and eon of He Is survived by his widow.

as recent guest their son, Lt. Col Pensacola have returned home Mr*. Katie C Owens Quincyj
I R. N. Lester and family of Pen- after spending a week here with two liters, Miss Maytn Owens,
sacola. relative Washington D. C, and Mn. G.
having turns ol social nature are urged to call E. Langley, Calvary Ga. two
Mrs. J. L Bedenbaugh had as Mr and Mrs. Lee Ray Munroe ;
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAIn 7-6503 guests. Mr. and Mn. C C. Beden and children returned to their brothers Thomas J. Owens, Bain

baugh of Monroe La. and Mn. home in Macon following a visit bridge Ga., and W. J. Owens,
jOttXmmXXIOUX) ___ ____
nnn Jerry Smith and daughter of Rue here with relative Trenton Fla.; and one nephew,

ton La. Mill Allle Ferguson Is in Ames, Julian F. Harper, Jacksonville,

Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Smith PresbyterianCircles Mr. and Mr*. Oble Watson had I Iowa where she I* taking a The Butler.MOTflan Funeral
I as recent guests their eon In law course In Adult Economic at the Home was in charge of arrange

MeetCircles and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bill University.Dr. ments.

Married June 14 In Lake Butler u Torbort and daughter of Thomas- John Wilson+ who spent the I

f ton Ga. weekend here with his wife and H. H. Mallard i
of the First Presbyterian
: Miss Sue Malone Barnett and daughters at the home of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. On A. Smith elbow length 11_. Her veil of Church met Monday morning, afternoon I Mrs. Ray Lester were recentBernet and Mr*. T. M. Cumble and with Passes
were mauled on June 14, 1.10; and night./ The Bible Study MondayH.
illusion fell from a headpiece of IIt bI of their nephew Dr. W. E. his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Louie
o'clork at the Lake Butler Methodic was from Psalms and the emphails -
white nylon leaves, and she carrind and family In Oak Ridge Wilson has gone to Atlanta where
Church In Lake Butler. a bouquet of carnations centered Christian for the month was on Tenn. they will make their home for H. Mallard, TS, of! Mascotte
The bride It the former Mill by an orchid. atlun l1lp. Mn Pearl Brooker of Green wveral yean. He will be joinedby died at 3:30 Monday morning in

Sarah Boyd daughter of the Rev. Mia Ann Batcy of Archer was Circle 1, Mrs. Fount May. Jr.. Cove Springs Is visiting her brother his wife and daughters soon. the Presbyterian ConvalescentHome

and Mrs. H. L. Boyd of Galnes- maid of honor. She wore a yellow I. chairman, met with Mrs. R. C and sister In law, Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mn. Larry Bryantand in Quitman, Ga.
vllle, formerly of Lake Butler. Sanford with 7 .
in
Mrs. dress, and a cabbage rose a ttPlldance.Mn. Roy Blilch. two daughten of Jacksonville Born in Thomasville. Ga.. Mr.
of .
The bridegroom U the ton headpiece. She carried a cascade W. S. Bell was Bible moderator '<. Ensign and Mrs. Frank Lines pent the weekend here with relatives. Mallard was Superintendent! of
Tommle R. Smith and the late and Mrs. M. N. Drew "
bouquet of yellow 1'01I''. talked TTt and children Tommy, Susie. Mary Water Work In Mascotte. He wa
Mr. Smith of the Sycamore Com' T. R. Smith served his brotheras on the emphasis. Ann and Danny are visiting his Mr. and Mn. Fount May Jr. a member of the Community

munity. best man. Ushers were Edward I Circle 2, Mrs. C a Shaw Jr., mother. M.... Varol Une. lie is and family returned from a vacation Methodist Church in Masoott and
The double ring ceremony was McQuinn, Doyle Archer, Jr.: chairman, met with Mrs. Samuel 'W'" "" j'. presently stationed In Key West at Emerald Crest Monday. a former member of the Presbyterian
performed by the bride's father, of Lake Butler, and Jim Cherry Mudall with 6 present Mrs. Sylvester and the family ts In Jacksonville.Mn Church
awlmed by )r. S. A. Wllion of of Lee, nephew of me bride. I Woodward was Bible leader Aj-r;! Varol Line and Mrs., W.' Mrs. Graves Wilhoit *
Funeral services conduct
h were
Neptune Beach before a background >If't% < ,
The and Mrs. T. L. Maxwell talked ) Butler have returned
mother of the bride G. Tdt
of candelabra. palms and blue dress with matching hat wore and a i on Christian Citizenship. r p,,,, <. 'ay; w from the Pilot Convention In New Honored At Party ed the yesterday First Presbyterian morning at Church 10:30: in in
.
floral arrangements.Given bone accessories Circle 3 (* /tJo'J' York. They stayed several days
The bridegroom's of which Mrs. E. C
In marriage by her father ""Jilt'. fI"1 Quincy with the Rev. BroneonMatnf'Y
Mn. Brook entertained
the meeting and enjoyed Douglass
mother wore blue dress Is chairman following
a Mahaffey met with Jr. assisted by the Rev.
the bride dress of imported ,.
wore a
with white hf and shows. with an afternoon party at
accessories. Both wore Mrs. Joe T. Budd, Jr. with 14 In sightseeing Interment
E. Nash Phllpot officiating.
Swiss brocade featuring a purple orchid attendance. Mrs. J. W. Woodward : Bill Munroe is In Atlanta and her home In honor of Mn. Graves
bell skirt, and a back buttoned cn7aglee.Nuptial .4 J < 'J followed at the Old Philadelphia
music was provided by Mrs. Fount May Sr. and { .. Macon this week on business. Wilhoit of Vero Beach. Colorful
the But.
cket...with bateau' neckline and Mrs. Mildred Rivers of Lake Butter Mrs. Ned Hinnon taught the Bible Miss Gail Willcox Mn. S. E. Seagraves of Fits summer flown from the hostess' ler-Morgan Cemetery Funeral with Home In

.. --J organist, and Mr. Robert M. lemon. Mn. Morris Suber gave gerald Ga. is visiting her niece garden were effectively arranged .
i'l Moore of Gainesville, soloist the monthly emphasis. Mrs. May Mr. William David Willcox of Fitzgerald Georgia an. Mr J. T. Davis and family. Their in the living and dining rooms. In charge of arrangements.Survivon
and daughter in law. Mr. and the den and on the nm porch were Include his widow,
Following the ceremony a reception read a nice note from Mn. H. A. flounces the her on
of
engagement daughter Gail\, to Cecil Mn. H H. Mallard, Quincy one
of ;
SALE was given by the bride's Love of Mexico Mn. Kenneth Davis and son potted plants and fruit
parents in the educational building Circle 4, Mrs. Warren Higdon Victor Butler Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs Cecil Victor Butler Tallahassee spent the weekend The II guests, close friend of !son, H Law Mallard, Orlando:

chairman, mot with Mrs. John Allen Sr. of Havana. Miss Willcox Is also the daughter of the with them. the honoree, were served an attractive three sinters, Miss Evelyn Mallardand
Guests late Dr. W. D. Willcox. Miss Gladys Richards went by party plate.Solomon Mr*. J. W. Hendrix both of
for two weeks only were greeted at the door Smith with 9 present, Including Paternal grandparents of the
by Mrs. C a Mini :2 visitors. Mlsi Louise Quar-l bride.to-b. art the late Dr. Charles Willcox and private plane to Oklahoma City Quitman, Ga.; two brothers Sam
8 thru July 2225a Linda Copeland QeAricher Bible Hugh Okta., where she accompanied Mallard and Tom Mallard of
J twman Moderator
July kept was and Owens
the late Mrs. E.
P. Bowen of and Ocllla Ga. Ga. and two grand
the bride's book. Mn. T. M. Curable talked on Fitzgerald patient, E. B. Chamberlain, and Brunswick ;
Serving cake were Christian Citizenship. Maternal grandparent are the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward entered him In a hotpttal then. children.

Mrs W. B. Smith of Monticello l Circle 5, Mn. Huston Rogers HuBsey of Fitzgerald. Mr. Butler's grandparent are Mr. He had been visiting with his son Succumbs Here

and Mrs. L. J. Cherry of Lee, sisters chairman, met at the church parlor and Mrs. Robert B. Lester of Quincy and Mrs. A. D.I Jay Chamberlain, here. KENNEDY UNDECIDED

of the bride. Punch was with Mrs. Jason Gregory as Butler of Havana and the late Mr. Butler Miss Willcox is Mill Elizabeth Johnson of Tampa Funeral service\ were conduct. Attorney General Robert T.
served by Miss Mary & Smith, co-hostess. Mlm Janet Register Is visiting her father and wife. ed for Solomon J. Owens 72, of Kennedy told a Milwaukee audience -
t liter of the bridegroom, Mrs. D. aalllited In nerving. There were a graduate of Fitzgerald High School and completed twovears I Mr. and Mr*. Cart Johnson. She Quincy at 11 o'clock Monday at Marquette Universitythat

E. Dukes, and Mrs. Leroy Ml- 9 present. Mn. L. D. McMillanwas at 'Abraham Baldwin College at Tlfton, Ga., In was accompanied here by her morning In the Centenary Methodist he has not made up his mind

cello Little Miss Jo Ann Cherry, Bible moderator and Mrs. 1961 majoring/ in Home Economics Education. She is grandmother Mn. J. W. Summer Church with the Rev. )gNash whether he wants the DemocraticVice

niece of the bride, distributed Rosen talked on the emphasis. presently a Junior at the University of Georgia. In 1964 for who had visited them In Tam Philpot officiating. Interment Presidential nomination. He
rice bags. Circle 8, the business women's rdwill Easter. Mrs. Summer- was in the Hillcrest Ceme also told them he had made no
Out of town guests and relaliven circle of which Mn. Fred Nord- she was selected "Miss Baldwin College" and she was a return with Elizabeth in decision concerning hi. running:

Included Mrs. Rex Kennedy haUl I In chairman, met with Mn. the Forestry's Club "Sweetheart" In 1963 and 1964. Mr. two weeks. tery.Mr.. Owens who was a native of for senator In New York. Kenne

and Mrs. Louise K. Hadley ol Nordliau Mr Buck Registerled Butler is a 1960 graduate of Havcyia High School and The Very Right Rev. and Mn Gadiden County passed away Sat- presented an 'honorary

Lake City, Mr and Mrs. Bill the Bible discussion and the has completed two years at Abraham Baldwin College R. R. Parks and sons Ben and urday In the Veteran Administration ttuot laws degree at the un
Batey and Miss Ann Batey Mrs. chairman talked on the emphasis. John of Jacksonville an visitingher Hospital In Lake City after iversity.
Flossie Curry, Mrs Alice' Morton, Next meeting will he an out door majoring In Agriculture Economics. H. was presidentof parents, Mr. and Mn. Ben
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Coprland and supper at Mrs. William Wood the college student body and was selected "Mr. Baldwin Bodtick.

: Miss Linda Copeland of Archer. ward's. Mn. Lanier Richardson College" in 1964. In 1960 Mr. Butler was state FFA Mr. and Mn. James Cox have

OFF Mrs.. Hugh Edwards and Mrs. of Circle 3 will have charge of President and in 1962 he served this organization at National a* guest their grandson Ray Jones Only 139 days 'til
Pearl Dm of Mayo Dr. and Mrs. the program. of Pensaoola.
S. A. Wilson of Neptune President The wedding will be an event of Friday, Law Mallard of Orlando arrived .
Beach
First
quality Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rowan and September 4 at 8 p.m. at the Central Methodist ChurchIn here Monday due to the death ThanksgivingLet

Miss Donna Rowan of Jacksonville Wesleyan Guild Fitzgerald, Ga. at his tamer Hurbner Mallard,

imme Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Smith, who passed away early Monday
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith and Has MeetingThe Club Meets morning in the Presbyterian
.... Tuesday
fcVMAfcuwbrt Home In Quitman, Ga.
Darrell Smith of Monlicello. Mr.! .
.
and Mrs. L. J. Cherry, Jim, Carson Wesleyan Service Guild With Mrs. Smith P.aiona i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chester and /
Oe saw Use*** Valve I children Martha Jo and Bennett
and Jo
Ann Cherry of Lee
met In the church parlor of theOntenary
Here's your chases to Miss Clair Cook of Madison, ChiefIL Methodist Church on Mrs. Frank Smith entertained Lee spent the weekend in RedLeY.I.

trawl ta .tIe...., a veryflow Uoyd Boyd and son, Lynn of Monday night with a group' her Tuesday afternoon bridge Mr. and Mn. Ben }Bosdck Mr. Ala.and Mn. Sanfordand
Ralph
: .
club it her borne this week. The Mr.
Glynco Georgia Mr. and Mrs. and Mn.
priest First fourteen members present James Auman and three
( quality Larkin recreation room where the play. family and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin !
Rowan Mn. Rufus Hoirambe
children
Louise Rowan the
Lady president, presid spent holidays at
Baltimore Luggage of Sycamore, Mr. and Mrs. ed. en fathered was highlighted by their Lake Mystic cottage. Baur spent the weekend at \

W seconds or reJecU-ls Kardee Williams, Miss Ola Row. Following the business meet potted plants and fruit arrange- Miss Mildred Mexico Beach.
fcehig offered atmbdievably an' of Gainesville, Mrs R. J. menu. Kluits of Stuart Mn. Fennell May and children
ing Mn. Robert Lester, Sr. gave pent the weekend' with Mr. and Catherine
low prices Taylor, Worthington Springs, Mr. me devotional. The Reverend E. Preceding the fame she served Mn. Ruined Williams and and her mother. Mn.
daughter of Balnbndge an spending
UIgh-fashloa styling, and Mrs Drew Sweat and Mini NRIII Phllpot was presented by a dessert Katherine. Wlmberly
week in Montreal N. Cat
the ,
Washable vinyl comings, Ramona Sweat Mini Jan Norman Mn. Haynea Thompson, program Whiners of high and bingo fere;; Mrs. George McKeown and the .
May cottage.Mr.
of Ralford and Cabs Green of chairman, and he gave a mOlt awarded novelties.Brideelect daughter' Mrs. Helen
beautiful Lewis of Tal Mr
linings, fullelsepockets Newberry. and Mn. I red L. May,
and tull-sUe Interesting talk on The General lahassee were visitors here during and Mn. Horace: Curry and little
trala Following a wedding trip to themountains I
Methodist Conference as It Honored the weekend.
case mirror and tray are in North Carolina, the por- I patMUIU'Ot, Woodward of Gainesville
I talus to the Women's Society. I Mn. W. B. Alexander of At- week at
aU yours at the low, low couple are making their home In 1 hostesses' for this meeting were At Luncheon lance and Mn. Ben MeGennli are spending the b
at Emerald Creat.Mr.
price 101 want to Atlanta, Georgia. Mn Everett Miinrof, Mn. A. D. of Dothan the May cottage ( t4u' .
pay. a-N.. 4 Mn. John Thomson, Miss Sada... : will join the Fred Mays i and Mrs Pierce Williams ;
Come In BOW and Maron, 'and Mn. Graham Mo and '
choose HoraifOirfyH'at
Emerald
Atlanta Bostlilc and Mn. R. K. Shaw, Jr. and Mi's. John Taylor spent Sunday
yn* Lade Baltimore Couple Keown. entertained with a luncheon yes heat during the week. in Panama City visiting\ has

Luggage fashion colors.Rrg. Honored At Party terday noon In Tallahassee Miss Jeanne Vincent of New sister Mn. Glenn Raines who Is
Tuesday Club Meets honor of Miss Jane Elsaman, Orleans It visiting Mr. and Mrs. patient in a hospital :
Sale. 'I. Mr. and Mn. William Askew With Mraj'all1k whose marriage to their nephew C R. Shaw Jr. Mn. Timothy Elder dnMis.Garnett .
Price Price HI of Atlanta?were theihotmd Allan Bostlck will be an event of Mrs L. P. llagood had ai recent Laird have returned front
.
Train OHM J1183 $ f 95 guests at a delightful party /given The Tuesday morning duplicate August.An guetli her son and daughterIn a week arGUtftreat where theywere
ll"0verlte by Mrs. Pat Munroe, Mr. Bobby bridge dub met at the home of' law Mr. and Mn. James Jia. councilor.at the Presbyterian
H8S (85 arrangement with bridal
Munros a good and children of Mac-en.
and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Mn. Henry Faulk. She served Church Camp.
31" Weekend _. 14(5 1195 motif centered the table. Place I Dr. and Mn. Let
Woodward, Jr., Thursday evenIng tomato sandwiches, dips, egg and T. W. Griffin have Mn. Everett Munroe rand moth. us
cards of
26" Pullman UBS 1405VUur at the home of the former. olive sandwiches, banana nut were wedding design. relumed from s trip to California er Mn. J. A. McCormac spent freshen
An outdoor supper was planned bread coconut twirls coffee and The hostesses gave the bride where he attended. the Medical the weekend in Panama City up
but due to Inclement elect t personal gift on this occasion. meeting and from Canada and visited Mrs. Ruby
*u.t at o", ,.,..,. weather, was Coca-Colas. Prizes were novelties where they your
other
JewpHweW. nerved In the dining room. Colorful points where they vacation Harris at The Cove Hotel. .
1 summer flowers were at interest Mn. Jack RlthartllOl.114 Mn ed. Mn. Dan Grubb of Mt. Pleasanthad feastin' clothes

points.Twentynix. Sam Illgdon were high score winners Mrs. Maxwell Strom Mn. Russell Brockway and as remit guest her grandchildren before 'n' after'
J Woocl Helen Raup of Franklin. Pa. have Dan
relatives enjoyed an Is Mary Farm and
Hostess
Bridge been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
evening of reminiscing on this Grubb Wheeler of flotilla College,
occasion. Mrs. Arthur Fixes spent last Jalllet and family. with our quality
JEWELER Mn. Maxwell Strom was hostess .
I Miss Coradean Savage of Piedmont Va.Mr.
and Mn. A. B. Blackburn
week in Miami visiting her sister
107 E. to her bridge club Wednesday
Jefferson Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Etna- Ala. Is visiting her sister had M'I'II\ Mr. and
and husband, Mr. and Mn. Richard afternoon at her home where she a* tIC guest
SANITONEDrycleaning
Mrs. G. .
QUINCY, FLORIDA man and daughter Jane are upending Hint. She was accompanied used artistic arrangements' of L. McCall.Mr. Mn. J. A. Hudson ot Miami.
this week with Mr. and Mrs. here: by her nephew Joe Pallet, 1 mixed Dowers.Mn and Mrs. A. IL Harris have Mr*. Charles Lester and children
v Allan Unstick. who had been visiting here.MERRILL'S I summer returned from a visit in Brllvue. Laura and Chuck have returned
James Johnson won high Ohio.Mrs. to Daytona Beach after,
score and Mn. Henry Faulk, low. George dweller and sons. visiting her mother, Mrs. U Dllalre .
I They received novelties for prises. George and BUI have returned to for several weeks.

MIDSUMMERCLEARANCE Akron, Ohio after vMting relatives Mr. and Mn. a T. Pitts had ai
At conclusion of three progressions Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lock-l weekend guest their daughter,
the hostess served a dessert. erman and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mn. Cecil Wester of Gainesville iliw Wee

SALE! 'I Mn. Pierce Williams was a Skinner and family. Mrs. Albert Munroe had as recent ...
Mrs. Clyde Joiner has returnedto -sen.ee1
guest at the club.I guests her grand niece and
her home In R Lauderdale, husband Mr. and Mrs. Richard

ALL SUMMER DRESSES REDUCED 40% TO 50% I Birth AnnouncementMr. Mn.having Fred come Nordhnus due to the Sr. death of Cash and Mn.of DetroIt C. E. Daniels Mich of and Birmingham Mr.-

ALL SPORTSWEAR REDUCED 20% TO 50% and Mn. Tom Crlchton of Mrs. Rsymon Boyd and sister Ala. I
Mls Laura Bell Edwards are In Mn. Edgar Barnett Sr. I II attending -
Atlanta Ua.
announce the birth .
Detroit their sister who .
vistlng the World Fair In New
ONE RACK OF DRESSES VALUED TO $29.95 I"nf a daughter, Catherine Ann, at Is very III. York. She will also visit in Washington
Emory llonplta) The couple has Mn. Vests Seag of London.Kentucky .
Wllllamsburg and other
I REDUCED TO $10.00 Mr.another Crtchtoi child, George, age 3. Is visiting her wn hi places In Virginia\ while away.
Is formerly of Quliv
I law and daughter Mr. and Mr* Among those spending the weekend
ONE RACK OF SKIRTS BLOUSES. fey and the son of Mrs. G. M. G. E. Lanen. Point Mn
AND JAMICAS at Alligator were
I jCrichum of Jacksonville and QulnMn. Mrs. a M. Crttiton of Jar.1IOfIYiII. _
VALUES $5.95 TO $8.95 ty.I I hm been visiting relatives

I here. 1 1I Mason Music
REDUCED TO $1.93 Frank Butler and MIa I Mr. and Mrs. Lane Tunmrms
Nora May Shelter of Jacksonville had as week end guests their son COMPANY
I II ONE TABLE BLOUSES. VALUE $5.98. REDUCED TO $1.49 1 spent the weekend with their In law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. fog YOUR CAIMEITS
brother In law and Muter Mr. and William Yon and children of Tall.4lhswee. 14 t Washlnatoa Street

I ALL COSTUME JEWELRY REDUCED *4 PRICE Mn. Bob Davidson.n PIANOS ORGANS
Mrs. Onella McDonald of Jackonvtlle -
It
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ALL SUMMER BAGS REDUCED I.. ion IAVE MIMTCS: TO I Is vW ting her parents Band Instrumentsand IVE
i Mr. and Mrs. Rex Tumaip. morrolU
M'a"" TOIB ITCH
,... saw k..h M .., 4rmm ...... I Mr. and Mrs. Munroe Cbvtngtm Accessories I eeanl'rJ
Sale Starts Thursday Morning ....... .k. .... ... hr.hM.llv here with friends.Mr Home Ph. MA 7-6705
.. .H. mr. *m kill ..... M CORNER MONROE AND
: *. J. D. Godwin Is Wid,. In CRAWFORD
a- ...11... riM _.. ITHEETS
I ALL SALES FINAL NO APPROVALS ,, Mt ...... (Mt .....!.e.<... a.e. Gulfport, Mlts. with her an and Opea M... Tics. Wed FrL. I
NOW .1 Mr. family Mr. and Mrs Leroy God- 4Mipa.AUDay Sal QUINCY. FLORIDA
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COUNTY. TIMES. QUINCY.( RORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY t, 1964ST t'AC1C 86e6N
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PAUL'S SCHOOL IN QUINCY 'camping trip to one of Florida's he able to get away for a few this world. The big platters! were.''of the University of Florida September I with the Rev Jack Yelvtngtoa\ and
suts parka sometime In the fall Sundays myself. I believe that dwarfed< with steak hanging over 4 and 5, 1(84. The program the Rev. 11 L. Edwards offldat.,
, Other services found in many the only Sundays I have missed the aides. A little boy, about atx. covers a wide variety of Ing. Interment.... In the Rock
For Retarded Gadden Children communities are: the day care except" when, sick have been two passed the table u be was leav subjects and should be of Interestto j Bluff Cemetery.
center for mothers who work and when retired or visiting clergy ing. He happened to see the all horse owners of the county I Mr. Phillips a native of Rack
private and for were In the area.' I remember steaks, stopped with his eyes If you wish a program drop Bluff was killed In an automobile
Ai people have become more "v retardates unwiring care the with special gratitude the a Ist- bulging hollered to one of by or can our office accident Saturday morning, July
ware of the Dumber at mentally i ,. I borne is unable to provide. anre of the Rev. Harold Cobey them and "Hey Daddy FARMERS REMINDER: OF 4 near me Sycamore Osmmun.ty .
Some of the services mentioned' and oroasknal assistance from the lookt" Of his old
course man
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retarded persons In the community > : OASOUHK: TAX REFUND He was a member of the Rock
and o( Ibm needs, committee supply the mentally\ retarded with II Rev T. It. Smith. grabbed Mm by the band and Fanners may collect 4 cents on Bluff Methodist Church.
have been organized to define and the training needed to become a !got out ot there fast. of gasoline
adult, others every gallon purchasedduring Survivors Include his widow,
assess theM need, and to plan a productive provide the past li months for agrlcultural Mrs. Thomas Monroe Phillips of
custodial can. No Notice that old friend Dr."Pye"
communItylaI1k1'1) my
COUTH of action which will fulfill
U they file Greensboro
purposes two Miss
; daughters,
to have the resources or a Bevis, Is back in his office
them through the use ol com fee federal' gasoline tax refund Winifred
Bits And a Phillips of Rock Blurt
sufficient number of retardates toprovide after Ms annual weeks vacation.
munity These
resources. earnmhttees before September 10. Only the and Miss Martine Phillips
all of them. Gadadl'nCwnty' Welcome back Dos
have found, in most Instances 1 I gasoline used In the production of Greensboro; one son Thomus
need for
of is
them
that the mourns avail rapidly some Pieces Sony to team of the passing of agricultural crops livestock, etc Uoyd Phillips, Greensboro: his
able to retarded individuals and growing Is eligible. Farmers may not mother, Mrs. Halrta Phillips.
Next week article will discuss another old timer and a comrade
their families are not meeting BT HUTCH claim a refund on gasoline used Rork Bluff; four sisters, Mrs.
the of mental retardation In the American Legion Sol
their total needs. When studies degrees AH claims must Nadle
the highway. and
on ; Lashley Mn. Rohenia
of the Owens. He had been In the Lake
have been made ot the programs and some types &I.'l'OOp&nj. j VA tor while be filed en Form S240. You will Peddle, both of Tallahassee" ,.
Qty Hospital quite a
led physical
ot other communities, committees by be mailed If filed last Mildred Williams
I this one you Philadelphia,
Times do change. At sea- The ranks of survivors of the
found services being used year, but It may also be obtained Pa.. and Mrs. Juanita Miller
son ot the year tobacco grower first World War are thinning fast
successfully which could: greatly 5 Episcopal are busy taking the tobacco down : from the> county agents office.BAaHORMI Greensboro; and two granoVna-

Improve their own programs er sasp. out ot the llama, Using It In dim
Had another postal card from
These services art worthy of cartful Evergreen trees and shrubs Inline The Butler Morpn Funeral
hands, packing U In boxes and
Ms Scalier He had just completed -
study.In Church Notes Havana and Concord area are Horn was In charge of
delivering the leaves to the packIng arnngameets
five days giving Paris the
being attacked bagworms. A ,
states classes] by
many special houses for further processing once over Must be nice.Clyde .
are provided in the public school To this date (this year) I have 20 percent toxaphene or 10 percent
for some retarded students. Most from M. raul's not seen the first truck load of of Idle- DDT spray is most effective Converaationallst' One who appreciates
children nourooy, owner In controlling this Insect Dust the sound of his, or her
having the advantage of
tobacco on the way to the pack-
this Well, It seems that no matte wild Fishing and Hunting Lodge will control the pest U started voice.
special guidance have adjusted .
f what you do you can't keep peo ers. on Lake Talqisn was In Monday arty.
satisfactorily to community pie out ot the back pews Vi., When I was a lot younger and and Skid that two tagged fish
rEANVTtUnriplaster
life, and, as adults, have been took the three back pews out ol, lived on a tobacco farm we got had been caught at his landingrecently. ) should be applied
able to hold many types ot Jobs the church this past week to rebuild up real early hitched up the A lady from Miltnn to peanuts at a rate. of 800 700Ihs. Insurance Center
with a high degree of success mules and took oft for town, hoping
them, reinforce them, and 1 caught one, a small bau.IIIq a .
Special classes, with specially to be the first, or among the per acre, depending upon 1121 West Jefferson
cut down on the mortality rate on cant pole batted with worms. She available calcium. This should be
I trained teachers who plan each worm's hose. This Is the settlor tint wagons to arrive, thereby was fishing off ot Ml dock. He done Immediately< It not already
child program to meet his Individual getting unloaded and back beforeit
of the church that Is commonlyintablted caught the other one. To date ilon*. PAT THOMAS
needs: would be a giant n .... -- ; by Bosticks and Thom got too hot. Or maybe to get h* doesn't know If they will bring Peanuts should also be dusted
step toward tor every community _.. .. another toad or two. We used
these ,
sons, but pews $25 or 10000. He's hoping dust
with copper-suUate as soon
teeth canvas covers and II'fI'Idol ten- INSURANCE, INC.o .
STUDENT FROM ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL Mn. gone said managed to though ss leaf Hints appear on bottom
The actual of to
preparation a retarded I Jumping net to keep the tobacco In case.
make back pews out of the rearmost IS 20
child for a Job begins at Peggy Mason instructor in the Red Cross Swimming pews remaining so we still I can remember' when there An old old friend and neighborof lbs leaves. Rates acre at start 10 .at 14 day hittecoals.

a very early age with the preparation Program. Picture courtesy_Shelfer-BUtch Inc. had the clan In the back of the would be lines of wagons a coupled my family when I was a boy per. Reapply If washed off In
of the parents for the time church I tiadn thought of 11 blocks long waiting to be un dropped by the Times office thisweek 13 hours.

when their child reaches work completion of the school's vocational of the occupational day center, myself but I was reminded of itafter 'loaded. Now they slip Into townon He is AlbfI11DI1tt'), broth-
age. Parents must be made to fast new trucks, unnoticed attend
vocational and our 10 o'clock service last or ot Mrs. Eula Manna and Mrs
program, receive the workshop Is to make the
realize that unless their child Is to the business ot weighing Accident Victim
8 of that moved
education In many communities retardate feel productive Sunday that years ago U Annie Owens Mr. Itlnsey
severely retarded he, or she, etc, and are back home before
may that day I was 1M6 where he engaged -
Sarasota In
sheltered day very to
be able to and in a workshop pro I Another service which should the farmer missed them. I
get perform a job gram. This program can be related Instituted as Rector of this Par In the retail lumber business Buried SundayFuneral One Stop Means
Adequately as an adult be located near the community is At one time there was a packIng -
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does when
to the public school and the ish. Time certainly flytIt until eight years ago Complete Service
Those a university associated hospital house the Theatre
students in special classes privilege this morning where Roxy retired He still makes, his
day school was my he
who cannot function satisfactorily programs. which would provide: specialists now stands I came to town be services were conduct-!
conferred briefly with and strict
Sarasota
at the required par forAfter Training in hand skills begins In the field of menial retardation; to have on a load with a Negro driver home In last lilt for Thomas Monroe Phillips, DIAL 627.7151
Interested t In theproblem wife death year
and people lost his
at at some
an early age an easy
facilities for 44, of Greensboro 4
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training more specialists better and well remember trying to get workingin at o'clock\
of providing daycare the time
level\ becoming progressivelymore Including / thaw mules and says he passes Sunday afternoon In the Rock
nurses physicians for small children ot working two "Queen his and visiting his children I QUINCY
difficult. yard
psychologists, social worker to In that alley Bluff Assembly of God Ctiutrti ,
Rhodla narrow -
The goal of the workshop Is to mothers. There have bent go and other relatve It was _. __ .
and speech and other therapists between the Masonic: Templeand
provide a complete\ program of many of us over the years who nice to see Mr. Hilary again.
j and dlagnottc and treatment the packing house ss the door
'TENSE? have been mum alarmed by the
Job
vocational education, not Just
eludes which would work We had
I was in that alley. to
in wbU* LOANS
desirable substandard homes
It stresses
social and behavior attitudes, through. existing community agencies. thee children are left, and the blindfold those two tool mules, FARM NEWS
and lead them in. You don't have
receive.\
wholesome attitudes relating to Many mentally retarded chil- sub-atandard care they trouble like that with a truck. RESIDENTIAL FARM
children -
smaller
the and value of the work In many cases
I dignity dren do not have the same high for the And another thing we used TOPICS
milk with them
performed and, provides a continuing degree of muscular coordinationthat taking charcoal and sometimes wood, to
follow-up service to aid day have had their milk taken Lowost Closing Costs High Appraisals
normal children have. Yet cure tobacco In those days, and
the child In adjusting to adult the mentally retarded boy loves by larger children, and been given seldom. did you hear of a barn By fata O K.-rlt, Good T.rmsCONVENTIONAL
but luke warm water as a
responsibilities. The need for this to kick a football and hit a .baseball nothing burning, unless It got struck by
form of nourishment for the whole
vocational education service is dwity AgmlUflRT
just as much u the normal lightning. These modern ; FAA.
At least two of these children
h ,great and will become even boy. The retarded girl gets Just day. time burners may do a better Job cIt HOtWB S.HORT COfMB
have been at or
greater. u much fun from Jumping rope for one malnutrition seems to me like there are a kit A Light Horse Short Course will I Quick. Confidential and Courteous Service
I If, after an experimental periodin and swimming as the normal girl another hospitalized -. more fires. Or it could be we be held at the Uvtuiork Pavilion
and one died In the hospital.I
tilt workshop, the child shows A recreation for these have better communications these
program
hope that something can be done ATHUTTEI FOOT SEE ALVIE WOLF AT
he Is unable to function satisfactorily
I retarded children and adults besides
days.
5 about situations like this HOW TO TREAT IT -
at this level he can returnto bringing great enjoyment, 4..lr stress T+L tki.M. l..1
the more relaxed atmosphere of for Volunteers from our choir have .. ..M.., HARBIN.WOLF Inc.
could be used the Improvement FrIday night at the Jefferson it ink* k ls .It I .
the school. of muscular control. Better very kindly come forward and House I couldnt help but notice k.r.... to .!..!... I. S ..,..
offered to assist In some necessary ..irk >.tmr* sale tiraik .rt.
I Some trainable retarded children 321 West Crawford Street
4 /O tae muscular control could make them maintenance and Improvement the reactions of two men and two ".... knltkr ...1. r..hM N.a. A
attending day school, have leas conspicuous In the eyes of ladles when the waiter brought ele..e se 055 NOUN' Nr. Phon. MAIn 7-8737
I also been able to function in the the public, and aid In their fight work on our organ. With the steaks they had ordered. They ... 4W kirk. .. ..._.ll., rl
You See Your Doctor I Mr. Jacobs now on his summer
T-4-L POnT
Brut Your Prescription T. Us. workshop with a fair degree of for acceptance. leave, and the organ man who Is were from out of town and had e MHHkix.. N.. f.. .w,.., rowiiKH fMt awe Your Business Will Be Appreciated
however, canned
success. Many Summer camps have been the work an extended ordered two "sirloins for two." ..... TOOAV .. _
on
perform at this level. For them available for years to normal supervising In Georgia, our furtherance Those things were from out ot r. r. NAY imt'O' Q). \
Job ,
there Is the occupational day cen boys and girls. Nearly\ all children
F. P. May trains the d this project win be held
This
ter.
program are Interested In nature and
time
At that
child in grooming and nlt-care, want to experience the Joys of the up until September. I
volunteers
will call again for our
we
Drug Co. and in domestic skills, such U great outdoors. Camping experiences -
forward. As choirs
Phone 627.7601 certain sweeping(foods bed-dish making washing, preparing raking \ provide an excellent opportunity have to been come facetiously referred to
for broadening then
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In the church
as every congregation :I
etc., so that
QuIncy Flo. \leaves, mowing awareness and appreciation of till, 's war department then surely
less care and supervision by the '
wonders of Mother Nature. It"I of whatever kind ..
organs
family is necessary. The purpose a very Important phase of thsli their lemons I have never

growth to learn of the dose rtlatiomhlp .. a church been In a church, 01
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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ft between them and na served a church in which the organ
LEAF THEATREPhone ture and of their dependence u flu I did not 'have the prlnctpa
Its laws. capacity for making mischief .
I Many communities now are pro WU| two Episcopal Priests In thli S.WH-&M-E-NT
MAIn 7-6885 vlded a regular summer catnplnj; area one doing graduate work al
program tit some ot their retarded F.s.U., and one a Chaplain. It li
I children. St. Paul's School, in, gains; to make It much easier for 1
cooperation with the parents of i Its our Big Bend Clergy t> find summer I JUNE 30 1964
Thunu.;FrL. Sat,July 9,10.11 students, is planning a two day replacements I might e J ,


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J: GARY COOPER_ First Home Mortgage Improvement loans Loans .. T $38,536.235.75 182378.45


MARIA SCH Ell. Loans on Sayings .__. 694,308.58

MAN WITH Cash and Government Bonds ...,.... 2407442.31

TH"8810Sun Stock In Federal Horn Loan Bank 425,000.00
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ntOM THK A rtCTURKor rmZK:MOVnX ( Depreciation ____ 998539.25

\ THUNDBMtNa rowan, 00'tt/C pions.w.. Furniture, Futures and Equipment

MEl'ltN' DOUGLASFA c4 NEAl:BRANOON deWIIDEtiiuY (Less Depreciation) 181733.85

Due Hanging 'lft( >> N._; sR.tees 11Im.aver 1I'I..ro...1MII1111C r.:=: Other Resources ._-_____ _____________. 249,277.24

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LIABILITIES


Sun. Mon.. July 12 13 Savings ? _. _. 34195351.25

Advance Payments by Borrower 102,470.72

''INVINCIBLE GLAD I 1 .I.Iseemsa..w.e Advances from Federal Horn Loan Bank 4,150,000.00Loans )

In Process _____--_ ______ __. 288,237.89

Other Liabilities ___________ 143,814.18
GIANT OF METROPOLIS

Unearned Discounts -____ ________ ___ 66296.14
.. I IVU rJ Specific and General Reserves 2728743.25

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TOTAL LIABILITIES $41,674,913.41
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3 3a a I WALL'S KING COLE SUPER MARKET FAR THE:


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BEEF SALE DEPARTMENT iOMMISSIFLORIDA OF AGRI.


Farm Journal In Itt July Ittue
warm American cattlemen and I
packer not to expect too much;
ot the currant drive to promote your
beet export to Europe.
In the Mm IMU. however, hal
a report on the poaalblllry of a:, !
new development to MbUlM the 'naur.Question .
WE FEATURE I beet Industry tuturM trading

in beet.Worldnf. I : Tb.lpolicy
tgalnat any Mi volume
) (a itralg
at beet MlN to Europe, It it
MEATS pointed out, art thete tactt. bought at age 10))
FROSTY MORN
(1) turopeont prefer leu beet, the premium you
:;; not the highly finkhed, will- MIdI a policy in a
:'tIf marbled kind we bays to abundance Which It right-
I ,)'" ,'H" :... m Am I overpayingThtt
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SS.M1:Aa./u.-.wfM..Iw./ \ ....;)w.-J. ,...-, )../1.............'.1..'1".'.... (2) Tbelr wholesalers don't like la not a r
tht way wt cut carcattet.t It right! and you
( ) Raiet for refrigerated thlp. paying Both ar
manta to Europe are warty twice premium It obvtc-
CHUCK ROAST lb.33c aa high u tor ahlpiMnti to ore company changes
V. !k da. figure. Any t
___ I wouldn't think that Item No atypical, bypotnet,
I 2, the manner In which American log M be avail
packer cut beet carcutei, wouldbe point AUoomparFerent
a permanent drawback It premium
SHOULDER ROUNDROAST I seems reasonable to expect that rate are not tit
III demand la larg enough our ". Thus
I j packer would quickly adjust then when tk
I methoda to supply carcass beat when trying to mllluttratlon.
procetaed eapecially to export So, >
4geII
ORSTEAC A ooneervtttve expectation quotttioM no i
lb.
., I seems to be, however, that wa check"coat"back and" >
may be able to develop a stead tay or /If
modest demand for our "premium" TO1
Europe: because ot the larg mean with all the dlxarturn
bra ot Americana visiting thenevery from oompar
year, and rising standards the actual net cot
of living which many at ma Kuropaana ; Insurance over a
kr SIRLOIN STEAK c art enjoying.Oonoemlni doe not hire out

ib. i y the Idea of trading ent WIlit Thuianavenu cannot

In beat future,farm Journal says the situation, toot
thii agree with any oni
:
( however, be quilt
Chlcaio Mercantile Enchant

t the president pceatblUty Everett of opening B. Harris the says nitton any To"premium1 Illustrate,at B

DELMONICO STEAK ib. 89c I '* tint beef future market mull premium m
1* "excellent" He says "Beet (14 to $25 per II,
I future trading could help 1 lilt taking the divide
present low cattle price and paling policies lot
ettblUie live beef ever the yean." coat range In, say,
t It It explained that beef future ranging only trora
could be tied to help predict live would probably u
price or t futures contract could: Coat figure. And
> be said to put a price floor under of policy casts vali
STEW cattle In a feedtot If the Idea to the coniWerati
41b5.89cFRESH takea hold, It I* sated, trading would be toil nanA
might be started late thii year or
early la lido.Inquiries the** things
Weed out, there
and uggeatiani are period when there
being referred direct to the Chicago ivallabl for
pr
Mercantile, gt dab 110 (largely due top
aROUND N. Franklin nMt and deal
On the subject ot fulurei I believe earnings, at an syear
the o eifloa of ending future ago) until
trading In potatoes hat not ago about four
$169 yet been definitely aettl d. However your company, ai
BEEF 2 lbs. 6ge OR 5 Ibs. the proposal for starling a,being the general

I ,I iulce future concentrate market In li frozen Mil orange a liveLassa II probably thecompany -<

try. la our norida citrus Indus at.30Day


.. DU\ ti lactioa with official VOutlc
FROSTY MORN EARLY RISER SMOKED FULL CUT ROUNDSteak crop eetlmate len't mutual, Pro
.1 ''- :' /' duce Newt asserts but "the

''!' .. '' grectttfc ardund critldtm the Florida seems citrus M center ..atlmates. The Thirty d.

(f' Sausage 3 Ibs. 8ge Ib. 69c ," Weather Outlook f.
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After pointing out Mm exam- July for Smith IMM :
pin of the dlffloultie eneountered < Alabama *
.. In arriving at an cellmate/ norida Issued b%
trade publication makee a euggention. Bureau Advisory
:
"Since there I* a>> much crra- luly I, l6 i:
GOLDEN RIPE
'\ dun ot the Government estimates Temperatures d
and the manner to which they are lO days art exp('
made, why not hav* the UBDAwithhold below normal overRate

BANANAS 2 15c MUOII' them The USDA altogether could for prepare one mean temperature Agricultural
: Ibs. itt etttmate at usual for ale between 71 a
the record but not make them Maximum temper
i available to the public until the rage between tron
cod of the eeaeon. I grass with afternooreaching
FANCY REDGRAPES Then let the critic make' their (3 degrer
own minute and release them S or i dayt D
I They probably could not agree on lempenturet will
one group ot eettmaton, M threeor tween II and 71 n
I four different group could eetimate minimum temper
I the crops and pubUih their ligreet.
rwulti. That way we might all Rainfall during
learn eomething"I lo vary
doubt that sure procedure place but lal
would aettle anything. Initead oJjuet IM and 700
Im
one eetimate to crlddie there
2 49 would three or tour. And whatwe'd needy aa aflenooIhundenhowera
leara eomeMng we already on
I ibs. know you can't toll through the during periodunihlne

exactly what a crop! will produce expected to averag<
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to.Maryland
until the barveetU cent ot pceelbie wicloudy
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1 period*.
agricultural authordM Soil temperaturnext
are trying to find a way to 10
KRAFTS MIRACLE days art ierage
protect their cattle ralaera and between 10

MAXWELL HOUSE \ dairymen their animal from au&ar financial tram Ice red-If ot Temperature two Incites at will a
I due of approved agricultural
MARGARINE I Lb. 29KRAFTS :chemical that. have beea properly ceed erDOOIL IDOdegreti

I apptiM.I
Early thii year a aumber ol The
urat
COFFEEa I Maryland and Penmytvania mitt tht Miami. lii
producer were barred from their temble a put cutt
market and had to dump their Itt
KRAFTS many PentIuM
milk far a ccnddtrable period
urchin
can move
due to mtdue from a pesticide
I which had beea approved for VIM these spines If aer

FRENCH DRESSING 19c ea aiiaua. tiny rates on tea
Maryland eooai bo they :
69c can find they have authority to
Indemnify their termer a* I* ELECTISERV
I done In eon cases when dUpoea
PILLSBURY or BALLARD'SBISCUITS ,of anlmala I* required. under
quarantine tor ffiieaae.m

GRADE "A" MEDIUMEGGS Mnuon w cotoo
: The lour-year Catted ffatkna I
Cora 5CCARNATION military operatlaa to the Cub
Only bai coat the Cnttwj State tin bqolxotu*
I million. Aa atheist report shows lag a llql
I that the United State paid about
I I42 per cent ot the $401 aUUon
met el keeping lilt ,.. altar Ike Shiat
the Congo became Independent-


cMGCOLE MILK :f t. 3 Tall 39c civil thea Xaaoee.war.they the became famous engulfed dill reIrtevtng It.. SHELFERMAteT-

3-89 Cass dent, help duck tram select Catttbtaa:: the winning Oe.

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.' toolil If t. .I could apply just the right! drhrlng! force!

? But my atone always ipllnteri, shatters :;?'"
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It ihouli It sorter to thapt eM futurt. Tomorrow seems BO formless, BO( pliable. ,

Yet there are BO many tools. Which to use? So many kinds of force, of power. Which will ahape, not destroy 1,
my hopes?
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And nturlei of Christian heritage eonriiu ma that the driving force ought to be spiritual A Power i .

., ',! ,tg t 1 prytart'florwi from God It grasped" by faith and in the... referent hands of dedicated men will aha P.-rather .......i .1 ... f
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wrth for the buildinf of dwmo aN: (1) For hb own .... (2) for
: wand food dUimhlp.It U a.\en. hU chUdnti'i Mk.. (.) For th.**k.
)MUM erf.pirituil..|...Without a of hU communHr mi ..&.loa. (4) V I '. J
I, Mronf Cbwcb MUbw Umncncy> For the _)II. of tbi 0..... .." ", 'I'" 1
Z not drm.Uon CM rarit Tter* ""IdaIt his.... and art.t4( "4
4\i aN far bind r.... 1rb7 tv.rf wpport Plan .. (a to church r fu- 't.
Vmoa rimild attoid MiT_ mu IuIJ and...d sour Bible dally. :Lj' : h ,

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Hydro Ga Company Mary-Booney: Inc. w Frosty Mora Meats Quincy Motor Lodge
...tw. .... 'M' IW r-.., AI.- A'rla. Aa4_ Shell Serrlce Oil Company


B.ll & Bait. Hardwar. Company Darby Construction Company Sober & Johnson Company
8yke Fine Foods .. ......
W* t *tmm i .1 J 9 /b. QulDC'Y Feed Mills be.
....ell" r.., ..... sud.,. '; ,.a... ,....
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Western Auto Assodat Store Qulacy Lumber Company .'
Bill t4 rr_ ...'" .' "" .10'
F.derol ScrrtDqI and loan Th. Jefferson House'Chandler's American F.nc. bdustrUe
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Butler-Morgan Funeral Horn Southern ChemicalSniderWells. .. "4) -J.f
s.IM II a.m... .... Hamburgers"
Coca-Cola! Bottling Company "" 0" .-..."
Tan Allen Shop Bentley EJ. t-- Company
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Joe Wed.!.., be.Grlifla .
Harbta-Woll.be. Inc.Cawy's .
..r.b ... AI r II.. IUSI Munford Do-II-YourMlJ StoreCrouch's
Danley Furniture Company
IGA Foodl per Furniture Company s.1, fflfM .....- ..4 (.,).,-
Stewart-Tcnm, Bexall Drug ..". ... Mn. B. A. GriM ,
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Qulacy Home & Auto Store Larsen Lumber CompanyCaeeter'e Fletcher-WUlls' Lumber Co.

FletcherCantey Men'i Wear w. t. Claw White's Grocery: moW ,:.. .... rN r.. ...... hrd.r
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Country bran..Sausage: Quiocy Tl. & Recapping Co. -_ .....,
Water&: Gulf ferric... ........ ta4 U.M CkMMrdawns Mack's Radio & .6."'. Serric'
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'j frnV & Trust Company B & H Construction Company Shepard's MillTM
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Bandy's Mark-U-ffite Smluerman Auto $..Mc.lases.
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JANE PARKER A t


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ALL GOOD SLICED BREAKFAST SUPER-RIGHT' WHITE MORTON'S CHICKEN. TURKEY or BEEF

BACON it 43 MEAT lb. 29c Pot Pies 5 8 c:89cSPfIAL


MARVEL BRAND DELICIOUS

/ ICE MILK *Vanilla I Gal

'I w \ *Chocolafe.CTN.
I'', ""' g 18 D -.] *Stawberry

)s lIs : SPECIAL DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE or WHbLEKI-RNEL

WlIb UII, # and purehue of
eoupn
1 Pint, I Ob I., Uttlnl -
Sandwich Chips 35c 60UEN
CORN 6 99-
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I Mill thli coupon! and purohu. of POTATOES Dixie Cups
1 Lb. t o. Jar Ann Pat 5 0'
Garden Rvltoh 39c LARGE JUICY 100 Count 89c
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1 Lb.Jar Ann riP PLUMS t, ;' ,; lb. 19 COLDSTREAM Meatless
Pure Honey 43c 'aa'--Md's Lb. 49cSUNKIST Choy
SALMONPINK .
1.711. Coupon good ClInt July II Chop Suey '

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15 &!TI PLAIDSTAMPS LEMONS Dol. 39c Gerben Strained
LIBBY VIENNA
.1 Baby Food ,
AIU III'' mnpon. and purrliM elI '
Lb.Jar Ann r.f. .r_ FLORIDA ''S wr SAUSAGE 5-99c 6 For 65c,
Salad Mustard 29c
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____ono______..__:.::___._______0:11S&TI :.I MANGOES Each 25c, ; Sari...Get Only flee flili Gilts Sumps Faster 'Haul'BishopHair
IH oiur*nWnc a rone HA COMMMT.K.pood Spray )
FRESH LARGE LUSCIOUSBLUEBERRIES 59c
srAMalts .! 1 gtoresIMIKil Can
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size
U":1$'Boll N.flop at'Laq c Sandwich

.'.1 Shelf a. leap.u Paper gad lint 45cf. Joy II .f fI I Prices In this ad good thru Sunday July 12 .BaggiestCount ,

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Colgate House & Garden Bomb .McConnlcks Bright SailBleach Laundry Detergent Detergent Liquid! Detergent

Denlal'Cream Hot Shot Onion Flakes A-Jax Trend Trend

8 49c 3 GaL I Be;. 1 39c 12 Ox. ,
85 69c 13 ox. $1.39 10S Glow I Z9c I Size 35c 2 P. Bottle ,29CDUFF'S'

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WHITE TUNA _ 3lcI HOMINY BUTTER BEANS BISCUITPANCAKE
MUFFIN
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TUNA ._ 49eg1
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New York, July E Whether
ar not t new car \It n ...... tymho .
). u ammo .hmlirt. It tat will (bout
he mall popular thing tat Amerrani -
tn "-'--. Selft flguretor
early IM4 show more ran
beinx bnuKht than ever More
Drtrnlt report Joyfully that
,inlet for the tint ttx month of
hit year ptiahnt very rina ID th*
4-milUon-cfir level and thlt tat
"neUlnr pace It expected to linger
through, the re* o( IM4
"", I'NIl! Mumbling Work
__ Henry fWd II recently warned of
the pnuibillty of a strike Thus
summa If wan imgoiiatt,. tail.Neverthrlet .
4 a BONELESS ROUND opimuim tn Detroit
s_ la hard to dampnv
Nor It DHmlt alone in Id plea.
H contempUttnn" of hltjh automo
; Steak LB. 88IIrBRAND'1II bile aalra. Th Heel InrHutry Itanrtripattnii
c a record year la
IBM with production) In th*
netghhorhiml ol US mllllcti Sims,
a million ton higher than the record .


rr ;,5 Steak LB.88F manufaftiireri-part.NEW..output In the OM1R.ol Meet ar 1553.*Imlmlryi OLD pUylne Autnmnttl PIUNCI ulrt their


f : PIJC!: A Jet prlndpl host alai
BONELESS RUMP, ROUND, SIRLOIN TIP piled In anrlenl Alexandria 1000

Wlnn Special-Drw4 Off.'OIIf itoie monageihot : local Am IpI1l'thQJIht.modern, me.

p (limited Ripply ef xclttng Roast 8 8 ehankally ilmplt heltcnpieri wlthfi1lhN
ncelpe, bookleti How LU.ro ; \ pauencee ant) cargo (a-
law e luou Moon If

DRESSED LIMIT 10 IBS. PLEAS h* h out ef !mete bookleti I 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W.D FRESHER, LEANER, GROUND h Ing Final done developmental on t hcltcwter work power U be

Whiting u,. 1 10* you writing con, Potrttto get one III.iby in $Qi 95 nun plant of Much t propulilon U a 20th lyalcm Century RIMMHIfcrot ver-

CM Corp, Fifth end Virginia E9i u Turbtn*"' and btuevI'll -
arC 4J t SUNNYLAND\ FRESH PORK Street, San Jot. B e e f 5 to have been nanied afl rllemn
California, 9SIOI PKG. I of Alexandria, n Greek p.undiriclan .
Sausage Lb. 39 jTiTf and mechanic and writer on phvaic

PEG 69< COPELAND FAMILY PACK Herat Turbine reputedly wit
SAVI S.:/J' DOLt HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE a water kettle with a dud to a
Lunch Meatib 59 "M-Sere. When tlie water boded
Juice 3 sal. II.. .'rlln, wail through lit. duct
PEG 39 f PALMETTO FARMS e s and nut directed Jem on Mi*..pher.Ii .

Cole Slaw 29'Pinky % 1 Avt It [A. OIL MONTI INEArPU.GRA lfRUIT prakic* rotation,
Lb. : 1lu h('. T4 Cbmpanyt air
Drink 4 1. craft itlvtulnn, nrlgliMlnr of (h*
FigFRANKS a e CANS modern" lira t TmUiie, tayt Ira
mixiWon( System eliminate all
1 Lb. 33c SAVI l< IACH TNKirrYTomatoes MAID 'heavy gear bixiea and complex
303 IneVMwCSL dirv cumpunenta toachieve
JS EXTRA STAMPS WITH SUNNYLANO/ 2 CANS 25; a mechanical alinpUctly
and llk'M weight ldctt: cnwtntloual -
Cheese S 39 a SAvE J| EACH GRIM GIANT NIBLITS hrliin>tert cannot acliltvtRoUUw .

i Corn. 2% 29x hlHifcia (if llw ol Hughe UK three lyalimi hollow...
IUIII thus Inrund highenergygiwee
MORTON FROZEN ALL FLAVORS CREAM HAWAIIANpineapple SAvE I0< VAN CAMPCorned Uuiigh tics huUuw bUdi:*
affil out blubUp jcta. Tit* gueSn *
Deef'l.. generated In twi C:enar*!
FAMILY 39 lUectrm: Cu. T4 'III'LIII'11I1111'".
Pies 2 79" It 'It believed led new pr uuUt<>oiyiti
SIZE SAVE I0, DUP SOUTH STKAWRIRRVPreserves in niuy tvcniually b* adapted
to hcllcuptnrt oVtujned Suit built
39x rnUIUry and OIIIIII'tiII.tlilt..
MORTON FROZEN ALL KINDS MEAT JAR llw .nl..ny| hat nu plane to pro
SAVE JOf Mr SOUTH PEANUT diHhellcivtMt ualnf the new

Dinners 2 79 Butter 79 power UIL t tyitem HUM SHALE IN 11)87Ther -
FOR <* '. MIPtU. ; are a number at algtiaihri
days thai th* nation t run.
21< 01X11 DARLING KYI n"noWIII thai Induatry la taking .

DOLE FROZEN PINEAPPLE-ORANGE Bread. t- 33; ndrt deOnlt* ,ahap davekiDnwMl. Urte. of. MMlignUlcant til

this connection It Ih* recant an
6-01. RIO 2'< DIXIE( DARLING COCONUTTwirls nnura J' '
J 4 $1 JAVI r corpuratmn irONUD* that tie
U ce CANS piniii 19 Drat full-all cammarclal oil
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. ahale plant In Ih. United ttatr
I..Mwx+ *d tn IM tn oDtrathti by
January ol I Ml.Th .

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a ground breaklrc date set fur
1 hit/ mining Hepiember III* kr
1 1 I I tie plant M Ih* rIds nU thai rnaerve .
1 I. In the ftrachule OerK
ir,1vXWEU 1
ii B I I are of weeterg (Uilnrada near
I. w Rule

Astor. 1. I I thai( Konlthergen TOW "haa told txpanrted etix-kholilcrt Inon

< <. and alt" mil an arganl

HOUSE ,,,,, wleVl 1 1I d uimn prtmarly oi lerhnulngtel dli etd I* DMevetoprnent Mh

prntuvtlon (4 p-xroleum Iris'soU
/ thai to a company which
Imo.IMPROVED Mvtnc developed technolotfle*,
now hat and will develop wl.Sandal .
-wCAIOT oil reaervea."' _
f TObCO will b* Joined In B*
MAXWELL HOUSICOFFEE ASTOR SOFT-WEVE TOILIT ASTOR YELLOW CLINGPEACHES I ILUI or WHITE ARIOWDETERGENT TIOIDETERGENT IRIQUITSCHARCOAL venture, he Mid, by Mlamlard Oil
Cnmpary of Ohio and Clevelanddill
COFFEE TISSUE197 I Ems Otopany
i TIUNUS TO UMK: A'cordu -

Con Save 14< l-Lb Con j Sov 54 303 Can Save 11< Giant Box Sovt :2U I Giant Box :Save 30< 20.Lb. Boa ... ba"""..,.,.11III _allrti Bra'
anile la expected M tie
i :: next t.Iu\ well at a .oral**".
69 baltery-operat-d vacuum dan,

e i 59 s 61 48 58 69HavtACediOwtTtnlaM, already ran mutual It ptrlected reflected' and In The tntiadMcamtat tarn"plell.to t*


Good Te The Loet Drop New Emy Open Con ( Unit 2 with )S. order..manw..rw.w| Cottar*Quality*nd Pric I Unit I lwlthirdrfinf* I *.r to balM**clgartttet of rttootin guann-H lara.

N ( =-L t T 1EXTRA. hut Uamnnli man-mini tr. a tamiml girl, beat an IrMnd coal,

erred now tat limo pnunoinphTO

350, EXTRA Yellow SolidsOLEO TO. DYE OR HOT TO DT* -

."_c.R....._w PS Thlt I" no ladlea.larger Th th** quaa ial .>:
Tea teu.n hie. lhim4.y.u
STAMPS halr<'olonng buttneMaHume
Eskimo Pies thai tvery girt ./.lwoman
". will tfy* ......lIme. -i*

=:: 71 nuke U Null Ih manufae*
tier at many .hair nlnnai* a*
time are ttpMlcat and on* *f ttIale4 ..
nfleruift come* In a lull*)
EXTRA I EXTRA with Mi tfll\tllnll1IIIICI ttk* I ahanv
I dx GREEN STAMPS dX GREEN STAMPS Ar* we getting to in* day
weds Ih* girl will color thelf keifW
[ f nre et :eHawalf 1. wOR1'r W LB. 10 J Fresh Florida irum-h Ihetr. enaembleaTHIT .
.'*" Candy Of iiUUNU4 Mai-
Punch lurerluaire" ar. ruing shares
-,--, ".. .t gag I ly tn *"'n* *>... and sill ear
:z::: sweetcorn '' '*
.1 77 lefts lay 0* blam wi tdpa
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....- lit munva.* Mist
U .. cum fmtmuoa Uu W 1.5Sd I II
I I EXTRAn, JUICY WISH SANTA ROSH to appeuwt a hoard
b- GREEN..... STAMPS. high rat Uw arc tu M
: : the U. I. thrr sri raor brarclfea
Plums. 2 49'
EE l :: of natural banU <7.aM) rural
d Fig Bars u..,* ar* lutlonai bank .tall'.
i -,- -,te.w HUM. CRISP URGE HIAOSLettuce ors rvtull af out expanding *uvtny
Jtaw euttam xpurui frumj
t rtt. U Ff rem HI Sisal
E- : 2 HOt .39xu 10-4 I c igM nwflifc .< llrU-M WVe
EXTRA .r to nearly II Rinses_ 1...

&Ii GREEN STAMPS I ** GREEN STAMPS i NO i nuvsn POTATOIS K4IUH R UI CDIh
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Tae*..:R..N e. tjiex ...r.-:", 1/e .raml Bakers 5 IAQ La.Onion 49/ Trie itul*.sill will to Sara Are s IA1U all**toAllano &lilt w
a Chunk Tuna
Bins U an. 220 BUM MM <4un.
rte -.-.**vim -Tr.r. "" .... Hi tearrt I I. Mel only

..__.,.- *i_ MM=:z If l'MHTrTY Raxn wmvtotlCtS Sir M tubmanae Thmtar WIll b but todevba
T tile primary purenee *
GOOD THAU nor 11TH
50 Extra Stomp with Crackta' Good (r*kradrg Ih*any dUdoilt.... tubnuutoM torhntsue*

thai .., b* (oat M tie ocMTk
I POTATO CHIPS Twin Pk. 59c ......

:' FealMidar. Muter Cub
; AAA. tayt UUng Ml*.! d the
wheel I M tie ,... <4 M toTfea
Good To Eat .V* number oi traOi acddmu.The.

The Smart Place To Go... For Mings The whiled mwwaay lit-Iha-.loO.ol xprawar-

TIle 01 ..... "11IIO d J1 1a-
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kin nfurt thai aMiradroaMiy U
per reel af ... ......11I& and

315 West Jefferson Street twtmmtof M per cent fooia of arawltk .

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Farmers Attend Mount Moriah Services Set Woodman Back Tax Assistance I .


Tobacco Meet Church NotesThe At Arnette From Conv'tion Now AvailableAssist r'1


youth of the church will Superintendents Bessye Alexander .
Some seventeen persons wabhed present their annual Youth Day and Joseph Long Sr., announces MrsMc,Beuandlah WIIIpll( Fraili'll. to farmer will beg hoe
attentively while R R. Gordon, Program on Sunday. The morning that Sunday School will Bryant, Mr*. Josel- by the Extension Servi.' off! '
due Tobacco Specialist U. S. Department Phlne W. Carter and Ill S. Munroe between
activities will begin with Sunday commence 9.30: a.m. All teachers Mn. Luree Street, the
of Agriculture it the School at .45 am. The 11 am. and pupils are urged to attend and Houston have returned from Pen- noun of S a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday
Grading and sorting:, Flue Tobacco worship hour will feature the report on time. lIWOIa, Florida where they attended thru Friday.

demonstration Monday[young: Rev. Ronnie Murray serving The morning worship service American the convention of the Federal refunds of gas tax will
evening: ai minister of the morning. will begin at 11 a.m. with Rev- A. Woodmen, District II be filed by those persons who
The meeting: was sponsored jointly He will be accompanied by H. Hunter, minister In charge. comprising: florida Georgia, Alabama used gasoline In line with theli
by the Agricultural Extension Junior Choir of Elizabeth M'J*- He will be assisted by the Reverends North Carolina, South CarGo general farm PI'OlJ'Blfrom July
Service, and Teacher of Vocational simiary Baptist Church and a P. McMillon, C. Jackson and lina, md Tennessee. All sessions ,,30, 1963. to June 30,1964. The gai ,
Agriculture at Carter-Parra boat of other local talent Miss W. A. Campbell were held In Allen Chapel AM.E- must be used In either tractors,
more and North Side High. Francina Moore la guest speakerat Music will be furnished by the Church, 510 North Uulllemarde truck, Irrigation pumps and saws
Introduction of the speaker was the S pm. program. The Junior Junior choir and usher board two Street Reverend Y Benjamin I
made by Mr. Morris A. Tucker Choir of the MU Zion Primitive I at both services. Bruce.. Pastor.
teacher of Vocational Agriculture Mr. Francis was elected Miles Singers
Baptist Church will present Stewardess board two will meet commander -
Carter-Parramore The Speaker the music for the program,, The Immediately after the morning- of the convention Mr*.
R. R. Gordon give an over all pastor and the Youth Day Com service In the church basement: Josephine W Carter, musician Coming HereThe

picture o( I he ule, tobacco pro mittee are urging: the support of Mrs. Beulah Bryant, entertaining, and Mn. Beulah Bryant served
gram. The outlook he Hater U not the entire church In this activity. Mn. Elizabeth Andrew chair. on the committee for "The Good Genera Minion, of Mt
10 promising. An over supply, Including Friends are cordially Invited to man. of the OrdPr"AU .
Moriah Baptist Church 1 II presentIng -
crops from 1959 thru 1963 both of these services. Auxiliary board one will 'be entertained representative report a Miss Gwendolyn Watson and
owned by the government, accum- most enjoyable,
profitable and informative
Nanny ActivitiesTuesday fay Mrs Ella M. Crad-- the Mile Singers in a Concert bf
listed thru the support price Is : "Prayer is the keyto dock at home. Mn- A. K. Steven, meeting. Gospel and spiritual music on
allll on hand. Cheap foreign market all 'Highlighting the welcome
heavenly treasure The chairman. program
Friday night at 8 p.m. In the,
aim cludy the general outlook. Youth of the church on Wednesday evening July
will meet for President ,Joseph Long Jr., This has'
urge church auditorium.
I group
Gordon emphailed the primingof their hour 6 1 was the address given by the
prayer at p.m. Sister all AC.E. League/ memben to both radio and television
ripe tobacco, and placed special Irene Barkley Is In charge of attend service at 5 Honorable C. P. Mason. Mayor 'appeared on for heir e
p.m.
and known execellcnt
stress on lower grades of tobacco. this service. All adulta are Invited Evening will of the City of Pensacola and the are
worship begin at Watson has
Mini
Properly grading, sorting and to the weekly prayer hourat 6:30: p.m.Weekly. address by Mr. William E. Davis auditioned talent.for the Ted Mack Amateur -
cleaning will pay. 8 Sheriff of Escambla county One
p.m.Wedneeday i'r
services
are u follows: Hour. The public I* cordially :
In the
Tobacco warehouse could fall
: The Junior Choir Sunday school board, not to recognize the
Monday, Invited to attend this program.
belt unofflcally
Georgia-Florida will not practice on this Wednesday 6:30: p.m. Official board, Tuesday, sincerity and warmth toeach
will open around the last of this night. The directress, Sister 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday word spoken by these two lead-
month or the first o! August. Katurla Squirt li asking all mem- 6'30: p.m. Senior choir rehearsal Ing officer of Penucola and IN MEMORIAMIn

ben to meet on next Wednesday Thursday 7 p.m. Escambla County. Immediately loving memory of my husband
Antioch Church night, July 15th at 7:30: p.m. The Pastor, Rev- A. H. Hunter following the welcome program and father, Mr. John Sneed
Thursday! : Teachers meeting: Superintendents Bessye Alexander an Elaborate Banquet was heldIn who departed this life July', ON THI CAMPAIGN TIAIL-Sen. Barry Goldwater likely to pick pup two or three of the 14 from
Lists Calendar and Bible study at 7:30: p.m. Deacon and Joseph Long Sr., announce the lower auditorium of the 196L Memories are tresuren no is escorted to a meeting of New Jersey GOP dele the itat*. At right Gov. George Wallace of Alabama
Clary In charge. that the District Sunday school church. one can steal Death I I. a heart gate in Trenton where be won a technical victory stands over 25,000 signature of Norm
Friday: The members and pub- Convention will convene July IB- On Thursday! evening a dance ache, no one can heal, but when The 40 delegates voted to go to the convention Carolina voters ai they are certified in Raleigh I
The! Sunshine Band auxiliary, lic are cordially Invited to attend 19 at ,St Hebron A.M.Eo Church and social was held In beautiful Cod call us home, we will be In uncommitted Gov.William Scranton ad- Wallace said h* would be on the North Carolina
will meet at the home of Mn. "a concert of gospel and spiritual The convention will also Include and fabulous Grand Hotel, here. a circle of love and dreamless dresses Georgia delegate In Atlanta and appears ballot for President la the November election.
Ethel Stokes, Thursday! at 5 p. music featuring "The Mllei Sing- the Missionary auxiliary. Arnette Not only delegate were In attendance -rest Sleep on dear one.
m. All member are urged to attend en' 'of Tallahassee. This service Chapel Church, choir and officers But a large number >>f' Signed: Mn. Adline Sneed and
begins at 8 pm. will be I In charge of the program, invited guest also- The music, refreshments son and daughter-in-law, Mr and
The Senior Missionary Society Saturday: AU members of the Sunday; 2:30: p.m. July 19. and hospitality were Mr*. ,Sylvester Sneed.
will be entertained by Mm. Uzzle Rosebud Choir are urged to meet Visitors attending church Sunday of the highest caliber. MISS CAROL CUANNING IS THE HOSTESSFOR HISTORYlNPICTURES[
Wood at home 7,30: Thuraday.! for practice at S p.m. Sister Deborah were Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Hud- Among supreme officers present Attend
N.Y. WORLD'S lAIR SUMMER FESTIVAL
Memben and friends Williams president at the convention were: L
are expected 1 nell, and Willie L. Jr., of Mobile
to attend. Weekly Thought: "We are co- Ala. Mr. Hudnell I I. the nephewof II. Llghtner, Supreme Commander Mr. and Mrs. Powell E. Wood- .,.,
Supt Parthell Calnry request laborers with Christ In transforming Mn. Minnie WII.Ion.Bethel of Denver, Colorado W. C berry and son Powell E. Jr., left "

the full attendance of Sunday despair Into hope, ugliness In- Patton, Second Vice Supreme for Philadelphia Penn Monday .. .
school staff member and puplla to beauty, hate Into love." I Commander of Birmingham, Ala. evening, to attend the funeral ""
"
8:30 a.m. Old TME Mn. Ruth Powell, Supreme ,services of Mrs Woodbcrry bro \lr I'
Miss Mlllnda Cover will wiler- Watchman, Mobile, Alabama, Mn ther. Mr J. P. Barnes, ion of : "
fairs member of the Young Dodgers Rip Church NewsThe Augusta A. King Area Supervisor. Mr. Robert and the late Mrs : : :" '

Women Auxiliary a p.m. Sundayat Houston Texas and Emory Dames, of Qulncy died Saturday r ,,. .,.l5:
home. Tiger NineEddie Men and Women Day program Jackson, Supervisor, Miami, Fla. evening In the Eastern Seaboard :
Turn for Old Bethel will be held city. Funeral services will be held! ., :
Weekly prayer meeting ; '
'
Jene ,
day T p.m.Sam Weston Dodger pitcher SUnday.July 12th, 1964 beginning Thursday evening there. J ", ,., /,..".. .
along with the fine Saint James :
., '
aupport "
with 3032 West
Sunday school 930: am. The Barnes reside at < a
of "his : '
i team males: checked the Morning worship service at 11 a. Oxford Street, Philadelphia a, .. ." .' ",1 '. ; :
Moultrle i'
Sr.
Collins strong Tiger 'I
on five hits m. The pastor Rev. J. C. San- Lists Calendar Penn. ,. ':, ,, ..A;. '
Sunday, and chalked up a 12-1 den will be the speaker of the 11 "J; !i' '. ', '" ,Iii, ft '1'\11I.' ,... ..... I,
Passes AwayFuneral 'victory The victory enabled theDodgers a.m. hour and dinner will be served Service at St. James A.M.E. CIGARETTE UBhtS i ,. I.t:: '\\.v I.:{If"} '
to get back I Into the win right after the morning: ser Church will commence 9:45: a.m. The Federal Trade Commission ,:
service for Mr Sam column. The game was called at viet The afternoon service will with Clarence Nealy Superintendent hat issued a rule requiring I > ':.: j "It1 eratyl"! shouted people
Colllni Sr. was conducted from the end of the seventh Inning: because begin at 1:30: p.mwith Mrs In charge, He will be assisted all cigarette label and advertising ; ," when John Goff* Rand invented
New Bethel{ A.M.E! Church 4 p. of darkness Authle Zelgler conducting the de by staff teachers of the Junior warn Americans that amok- ii a strange metal tube for his oil
m- Wednesday July 8. He died following The batting punch was supplied votional. Mn. Willie Loue Francisthe Sunday school. I "may cause death from cancer paint In 1841. Today, eollaps-
an extended linen at the by Cloven Carroll who went 3 for guest speaker for the 1:30 p.m. The morning worship service tog and other disease The ibis metal tube are a $40 million

Cadsden County Hospital, (::45 p. 4 Including: a 375 feet homer tnd hour. We are asking all that can will begin at 11 amwith the' rule, announced by Commission t 1 business.
m. July 1. he also had 4 RBIi. Carroll was to please come out and help ui enjoy Junior pastor, Gary Edward In Chairman Paul Rand Dixon, will F.
A native of Gadaden County, Joined by Earl Murry with 2 for the day. Mrs Estelle Hollo- charge. The Junior church will Into effect In 196J January "
,
ha had resided In the Eait Qulnoy 2 Including: to walks, one of Murry man chairman and Mill Mabel be In charge of morning and I I go for labels and July 1 for advertising. .rep..LW Ji -
Community for several yean He hits was a 400 feet homer over the Jones co-chairman. evening services, with the Junior The tobacco companies
retired _t'ral'l'lln ago ai a car right held wall. choir and usher board serving.I,will probably fight the rule Carol Chinning, star of the Mtson'i biggest musical hit "Hello,
ppnter-farmor. The well known The annual Georgia-Florida I Inter Stewardess board three meet Dolly I", welcomes visitors who are flocking to New York during the
citizen was well known In the League, All Star game will beheld Wins Trip To next Sunday In the home of Mrs. ,through the court summer of this World's Fair year. Miss Chsnnlng is New York's V '
Fair Summer Festival Hostess for 1964.
In the near fulher. It la omclaluWo'WI:
Qulnry area, was polneer men not Halite Oliver IOITH JOB CENTERS
"Hello, DollyT Is only one
bet of New Bethel ClrcuiU where/ official but Manager Alto Anderson New YorkThe Weekly prayer service will beheld Secretary of Labor Willard among scores of comedy, musical, Walking tours, sponsored byjM.Muii
fee nerved 'aa an officer has nil ryes on the following" Thursday! evening, 6 pm. dlartojedplans .t. letup
: Wirtt has and drsmatie hit at Broadwayand im of th* City i of New
Funeral service were well attended -Dodgers; Allen "Bo Bo" Dlxlon,1 senior choir, First Eliza The pastor aid board meet.. Fri a national network of youth off-Broadway theaters York,offers, Sunday excursions to .
by member of the church first basement, Howard Crawford beth Missionary Baptist Church day evening, July 10, Mlsi Celes- opportunity center to help dls- throughout the Summer Festival such Interesting sections .. Wall
and friend of the family. A short center fielder, Johnny "Tug" Simmons along with friend of other choirs tine Nealy entertaining The meetIng advantaged young people find Jobs season. And all this Is In addition Street and Greenwich Village.

program preceded the eulogy. Therulegy right\ fielder and Freddie honor Miss Betty Wllllami. will commence at I p.m. and a place In 1Ol lely. The center to the spectaculartheatrical attraction Most visitors course, plan
was delivered by Kev. J.N.aly "Big Red" Carroll, catcher. .Mil William was awarded a The annual Women' Day Program would be designed to be the at the World' Fair It- to walk,taxi or ief over to New One of the most famous semi j
pallor In charge The Dodger Handing 11 win round jlrlp fare to New York will be held the third Sunday focal point for an all-out community telf. York' "Fabulous Five" attraction menu of all time-Father Map-
The immediate survivors Include and S loses.Moyo. where she will attend the World' The complete program will attack on the problem of For 't free'up-to-date let of Statue of pie's I In "Moby Dick" talk*/
Mrs Martha Colllni wife, Fair. appear In next week Issue of the youth unemployment. A separate folder on shows to set and placesto irh1 Building, Mmes: about a whale. Today, the regular
Jlmmle of Detroit, bitch, Calvin ofJ'onnyvan FinishesAF The presentation was made In Time would be set up to recruit go, many visitors will make an Square Rockefeller Center, weekly sermon of Dr.then
Sam recognition for program early stop at the organisation United kationa i headquarterss.A wald Hoffmann reach! more
N. Y Colllni, of outstanding service Visitors attending Sunday IK'I'ovlCt' and train 2,000 counselor
Fes 10 million Lutheran
that the Summer through
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Daytona Beach, Florida, ions and rendered Include Jimmie and Mack aide tlvailealOn.sponsor It's the New York boat trip around Manhattan Hour radio broadcast. .
Arnette Colllni, city James Dick- Course Mia Wllllami not only render Hill both members of New Bethel Convention Visitors Bureau,at Island li a cool and classic way to

low Hep- sons Buffallo, N. Y. GREENVILLE.!: MISS. Airman services, to other church In the A.ME.. Church, Waddy Campbell ON HEALTH CARE PLAN 90 East 42nd St. In Manhattan.The enjoy a iweeplng view of the
Mn. Louts Wllllami, daughter Third Clan Leonard- community, but I* a outstanding and Presiding Elder C. T, Sykes.CP The House Way and Means 1964 Mason of Sh.ke..p'ar..ln.th..Park Summer Festival City.
Mrs Rurieen Johnson Lakeland son of Mr. Moye, faculty member at Pine Park Elementary Committee voted down PresidentJohnson's offer free If rod want to get a line on
Nora
U Boule
step daughter, and Bishop George 2, Qulncy, Ha., has of Rt. school, Havana Boosters health care plan but performances of "Hamlet" and past fair,the Cooper Union Mu. Kii tten -
graduated
N. Colllni, Little Rock, Ark, bro. from the technical preliminary approval to Increasing at the outdoor Del- scum I* showing the designs and
training course gave decorations from World' Fair
thl'!'. "Ol'NO HOBO torte Theater In Central Park.
Interment WM held In the Smith for new members of the Air Eldora, In. While vlnlllng Club To Meet cent.: Social The Security medicare payment planto Music and dance events ranging of y. Uryer.But tGemt
enietery Slmmi-Jaclunn Funeral Force Medical Service at Green. his grandmother, 3-yesr-old David i per under Social from "Th Merry Widow" for most visitors, ther*'*
vllle, AFB, Miss. Members of the Carter-Parra- provide health care DanceCompany Fair like the
Home In charge Lawson climbed aboard a stopped Wd- the Bayanlhan Philippine no present one-
Airman Moye, who studied freight train and rode It 6 miles more Booster club are reminded Security I la opposed by comprise i the World'I and no city like New York which
The famed narets of the University basic hospital procedures and to Steamboat Rock where he got of regular meeting Thursday even bur D. Mill (D., Aik.), Chairmanof Fair Festival New York' Lincoln manages to be both a World' ,

of Tampa, which are a emergency medical treatment, off. Tlie train took off and left Ing. July 9. 8:11: pm. President the Way and Mean Commit Center. Fair and a Summer .'lltlvallscorrs M 1/. lace "DUTOI/. .
distinctly part of the Tampa war selected for further training him. In rears, stranded In a Wallace Ellis slates that the program tee. IwCa ell ire craw
'skyline, will. be lighted at night In the medical service field at strange town. lie Will returned for the yean project must
Gunter AFB. Ala. Read a good book once In a Bathing Your Cat
safely but his mother had spentan be complete
through the efforts of the
Junior Chamber of Commerce.Tampa The Airman la a graduate of anxious Urn until he was The! meeting will be held at the while even If you doubt that you SCRAP BOOK By .R. J. SCOTT Your cat should only b* bathed
Esrter Parrrnsue High &'hnnl. found. Blue Moon_(drill Gretna. can understand it In in emergency and never
before the of six
--- are months.
s When a bath Is a necessity, the
Purina Cat Car Center iuije.t.
the following
Fill two tub with warm, not
IS FOR hot, water Lather cat lit
on* tub with a lour .
Bated soap special cat soap
and shampoo are available.
Never use a strong deterrent.
Rub the suds into your cat'

P IeL 1 G sthtwn000 coat, taking car to avoid its eai a
+ D ,Ituaa and eyes.
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PRINTING \ Jl'
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SUAPS clear water and rinse well. If
your eat ebjeete violently to
being washed in the tubs tt
waters don't fore It Into them
but simply suds him from one
and rm.e-front tile ether.
t AtfrouGe id Dry the fur thoroughly sand
LETTERPRESSand quickly, and be sure that for sev.
i ud/Afaane/ tea aril Merit era! hours after the bath your
idQN IS1Ue fill i1R'f wteleewf >vAh.aCAu
I t tXfreCfbN [ e lee.VlLaa cat I II kept warm. and out of
Cc &wMLN( Rtfnt% srseyAURl e. a.a uaeiwecoirvtttgtou draft.
cc SLMLCA +aL LA.' I mats ov aeaneCAU,1eY. Remember that contrary te
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Aft
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stomach aa the result .f all Ual
OFFSET. lacking and preening.C4 .
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_- __ CAP axJN'tT TTMLr3. QUINCT. FLORIDA !!Mt .U'-.M.Y 1. tM4_ __ __ PACE THIRTEEN
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ep corporation k a I a i,I IN THe CIRCUIT Cora nF' MM aar ..I.... WICk you, er r"t"vr
I I Ij i (alma 1... or hiving any TUB MECUNIJI'DICIAI." (MRI either of you, may Iav o aialnallha t ,
CLASSIFIED LEON rla-ht, title or Intere.t ads 'I IT OP PUNtlDA. IN ANUFOR vital ..f Maude lara Mc>
I ADS >ree I* th* plalulltf. AnAnnl OAUtPEN COUNTTTHANOtRT. IN IOnl.1 Onnnart. 1i. ."r Bald
nl. has Erroll a widow County, to Ihtladaden tollllty Judo of,
j MOBILE HOMES ".. Ferrell Murphv'and CASK: NOJAMM .: ounty, Flmila, el l hioffice '
William Week Uar.phr C THOMPSON, In th. stunt IIUUM of said i
PLAINTIFF, County at Qulnry, Florida lth- -
f.llowllogbdannelbed
I.... ...tYk.H. the psal 'lit. In ala calendar nu ....t. or any parlor parceltkeioof UR18 THOMPSON, lha time of (he tint puhllmii

., Moos Varl.Mo.Cttdncr altuata, lying and DKr8ND 1T. of lIla notion. Twu opi.a ..r ..., h
-I.. Ming .. the Oountr .r a.... NOTICE' lalm or demand .hall b. In win-
Coneor BltwtrlNice den and (late of Florida TUB STATE (W FLORIDATO inc, ana shall Half the p1.,, '
claim Oied TfkUon and Bier particularly d.. : DORIS THOMPtiON. ro.ld.onca and hoot ,fn<. atidr..
RENT Two bedroom I' and 10 Wld. aoMb.4 a. follow, ti-wit. Roalit.nca ana *ddr..* un- of lha claimant .11 (. >
FOR num.. rnn.pl.lrly r All that par.t the NW kn...... aware la by the .'I'I'' : i I
furnlthed U >d the NW j of V .......
section Tnii ar notlfl.d that a l.nl, or aiturnrt nid
Jin pav.d atr.ot t bin Xi I. u W. trade for furniture ot Tewneklp North Rants >i i lull for dUoro haa t...n brouihlalnat led by a Mlln* tea of ,in. .j..1
x h".i\ ,
W Munroa <
Oo..ra. 5 nothing oi ..lue Weal and all that In the Court ana 'h .
.1"! van part ef you CIr ult au rl.im "1 t. r
KWII. t\ month. H irk hl|I' th* NB.1 of th. NW I of of O.d...." County! Florida Ia .* Had droll 1>< v ,dam
171 Spar Call W. Have COOL SEAL Pull,, Tawn.hlp, I North, Cha".." by JAMM C. PROM. ... Anderaon
I inf day or IJJ.J7IT after Ip R.... I Wot which II.* and UN. and yon art h..b, roqutrod Aa admlmatraiur M III. r
m. Ur.Ml 0. S. 10 M mile weal ol I* Wl ef Ih* eint.r of a ilO file with lb. CI.tk .t tho sa10Intl of Maud Clara UU'.nl.,
II jjN; I'. ont in roe aearoumkonie Inn.TtlUhkMoo. road known .. the Old II.a. ( your wrlU.n .t.DIO. p.rannally .**..d. .tat'l
for 14100. one two bed Tklqula II.... 1..ln. from Qulapy t. on by attorney, It any Flr.1 publloatloa >
ream torn. for 1110 p.r month T.Il.h.n.w th.roto. and to ..... upon the July >, 14::1I, .01.
with poll.h.d oak (loora florid ORIETINOtl: : Tou.. ana u-.. PI.llllllr. attorn.r a I'OP' thorn -IN TH1-1'fHel'IT: t"'IIHT(11"OAIHII'IIN
bath and klteh.a and all ", you are t .t on or boforo the lot day If
era eonvenl.ncaa. T B 71'CAPITAL Ult Wotl Teanouoo file with tka Clerk etrthaasov.styled .-! Aunu.t, A. P. IMiH.rl .'IA'IRIDACIAN'ERT VUUNTT STATE UV

Or.< a boro, Fla, Phone HI 111'1 Court and serve on Cei. fall not or ludfm.n
till or HI 5.1110.FOR I Phono 12.: "" Ian Ihl..,., Ow.nn ".nil. will b. .,,'.r.4 atalnat you b, NOTIl'K: NO OF 1-171
W i'IT
attornrya at law p d II.. ,. d0fonlf.w'ITNESS,
Tallahaia. Florida ."..rn.i my hand and the THE CITY tV IoIt'I'I'a:

fs Aar your ''....r or .sal 01 aiM Court at J ulnny, municipal toruorallun, > CAS1IO'f tltTIR CON01MNS HIS HlOlMI-Junniu Castro i\u (,

RENTModern I Complaint I defenalva filed In pl.adlnti thla to the Florida A. D 1144KDWIM ihl.. tb. 10 day Jun., yfc ( ''alnllrf. '0. dater of Fldol Castro, tells newsman Culllermo Veil In

Plumbing Ftaha.... Electrical or before the IM dar *f rouse Auiu.t or : RACK Rl'lIl.I. "St'nlw" OKIJCTUU Mexico City that her brother baa belrkvod hli revolution and

Supplloa. Pipe and rUtlag. ..... If you fall la do '0, a Da.urea : CLERK I>F iAtn coritrBy .NPIHC\\" I01,7YiN' ANDIItWlt turned Cuba over to the Soviet Union. Mlti Culro arrived la
S Bedroom nnfurnished Pro Conf.uo will b* into Baur IX C. IHH ANlmKW IIHIJ.ANI.1 Mexico and eked for .. Ium. She sold
ApartmrnL Located IDDuplei W Iter Hialers. TUo Board i'aln.t veu for the relief t,. HAL A m'III" old 1' I.e. I no., a oorpnrailnn, secretly political that
Cu and OU H klr. .nanded In the said Complaint Attorney at Igulnry ..., II.fendalta the Cuban dictator U dlret.'tlD'l\Ibnralv.lnllltr.Uon throi-ti.
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kt 715 W. Utihlniton. PEST CONTROL the nature of said rau.a bang a Florida TUB ITATS OF rWHlU4 out the Amerlcaj and hat been loading arms pecretly In other

Within walking dID- nil la qul.l and confirm pl.ln. Attorney for Plaintiff TO Parian Andr.. Latin Amarlean nation She hoe been In Ute ftv.
lain of Ibopt school. ) ..ndebureb. rout Ceolrel Terailla I tlfri llll. In th* above-4eer>lb.4 July .. .. M. II 4 tIN I7 \\a.hlnil..n Ava. country d'1",4
New DrlMna, .. .
ROCCOPIPE r.al ."ate. and further *
Control Has e.d to r.
.*. fins .r..".... 10..1 deenrlpftnn IMAI.L CLAIM COURT, You ago hrby nullfloil that .
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Rout Fanlitatkia I" canals deed Os mantloned COUNTY' FLORID 1 salt bll bent fll.4( aaalnat )lUuI" >1', : ..
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Call Z7-7161, during but!lneu Call TkllahUMO. liar I the laid I"ompl.lnl.WITNI:8B RlFFIlll INSVRANCB AOKNKL1IABITH tho .bo.. .nllll.. cauno. ."dIh.t

hour, or (274294. after I & SUPPLY CO. : MT1AND .n' tho CI you are regulrod to file you
......., .
Soul sf said Court at plaintiff with th llrk uf thin
P-n COLLECT i: 44 YEARS OF SERVICE Oadid.n County Florida Quinn', thla; .. court and. ti> ..... a ropy th.r.of .. ff4

HOME KITE US-9431 11 qK ."r-. >, U'" : HAMILTON upon' Ihs Plalnliif or IhPIMnllff .
i To This Ari .... rnf.ndan( atMrn.y, .hoDl name
OFFICE HI-ITU ti I Clerk of eal< Court NOTICE I* HERESY: Ul.." and adilroa. la Alton M Towl.a
REAL ESTATE PHONE JJ1-I53T Rv Kona-la. R B.ur, T>PCOTTBV hit I, Olh W. Sd..*...., Sheriff Hun Ill, Oulnty, Florida' nilisle
1110 8. Monroo Slrool "SHIVERS OWTN'N of a....." County, Florida, un thin ih. IT d.y of Augaat1e4.
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA DANIEL" : d.. and by vlriu.. ot a Writ .r If ynu fall t., do an at'e..
I 117 B.M Park Avenue Biorutlon: h.rolofor. Uau.a out cr.o Pro Confr. will ... enter*

-.-- ..- P. O Ron 11T.iUh..a 0'> the abov entitled Court I.Ih. alum rUthul. the relief .
Florida abov. *style oau.., hays mand.il mplai r, Thl Y 5
INSURANCE ONE: STOP ATTORNEYS FOR "I.AI"1I'I' Iavlod upon lha (allowlnaptop' nil U t" r..r. i .iilflr.l. 01 /

I Publication daten July I, I, Id. arty, altual.. Iylni and b.lnn I 1 Ind.bl.dn.ia No11.11 I.."." vet?G Ai
AAOI&o4 ; I and II. lilt 41IV Oad.d.n rnuniy, Florida, lo.wlt: l by the Cllr fommiMl n of the
U For All Your I On* 1114 Ford Two Unnr Oily of gulncy. rlorl.U upon

I TV SERVICE: I THE CIRCUIT COtlRT OPTHB > K.dn ll> Numb.r A 4 Ail 141. the following ....0'1..." reaproperly
iBTONP JT'PICIAt. CIR.CfIT 147, Inst Florida Via Numb.rllHII In lha City of gulncy.
FUhlng Needs I 'N ANTI FOR III\IN Tltl Numb.r 401. U.d.d.n booty, Flurlilai
epalra o* AH rtXIRIDA. IN un II..'" ,In the IW oorn.r o<
FOR RENT bonus- I In bedroom food condition. oneturnlehtd Lake Talquln Road I Hake aM _.Ia I CHANCRRT: A* th* property at the abo.imoa <. the certain lot d..<-Nh.d In ,
at Lork.rmani ADTO MAUIOI WELCOME iUIT TO f'nll1lJt"LOllII a.f.nd.nt and that on th. dead from Jam. Oarr and ,
Inquire call MAIn 1-..... It w. D. Han.a .. Robort Si MARIA AE lid day of Autu.l, 1114, l .lw*.o Jane Corp to Namual Waah--
droory_or I mourn NAB p47wPDMDATI J. FORRI8T: DAVIS. IIR., the l.gal hour ot oalo namely Initon dalMl IXuember II,
PLAINTIFF', .l...n .'..1.,11 In tho foraaon lap t .nd .upMHna of reor4In Iv
I I' VII and two o'clock In Eke afternoon, Mil 'N'1 p.i. 411 of tk. ;,
FOB RENT HADI4 dl TT .ha.ICD Il'/: 7IR PAM, and tie wife, on laid day at the door .( the Piihllo Itword. of (Hoa.d.n
AMANDA PAUL (ourt HOII.O li% Qulnry( O.dedunlbunty County, Florida, and thenr*
ABC tsar WM. 1.j. .".- DEPENDANTS: Florida, will offer for run Mil no foot North 11
MEXICO BEACH 1IIOTI"1II .*,. and DIll to th* hl.h.Irtit.r .> feel I. W..I It* fsoi. Honth 101
1'1'I1111"11'I' DAVIS, lit.TOI .. foP '*ah, ,In hand th. foot to point of b. lnnlnc,
Lyn Ikan ISO ft. from water. ( ItUOINII: PAUL r..ldenc. abora aoacrlb.a MITNrMM my hand and seal IIi
W
UNCLAIMED REPAIRS :4.'nt
:
rda. New I Hrdroom D..'.. have three Blncer sewing Ma and addrsae unknown. property of .. :rolr. Iall.fy of said Court al Quincy Florida.
IrrplBK arro ii>da. FENCEINDUSTRIES Too Eugene: Paul are herotor call Bi.cullonOlho : this I day of July, llll.
tolleio. IIln. that unolalmea. Pay
> w.re
< notified th.t a Complaint t. ..... fh.rlff I.Seal of 1-lwk
.d.,
110" Itwo..... 1'.a.pl.enblt..b.e. repair bill 114.... Then. D1.. ID.a
katk. ......... II"'". 1 are Inone. ahapa. Writ for.clo.. a Mrtaln non mien" Oad.d.n County, Florida of Circuit( Court)
Will root for .4K.. pot werk.tall Servlre Man.fer. Virus .....In.l'.nl.r th* following ....rl...l propfrlr July ., I, 11 tl 4NOTICIt Edwin: liaurI
to.wltt l.rk Clriult rXiurtBy
.
MAIa T-WUM er MAIaIB f 4U| K. Wright. .U Penola. tat 1*. BlockI of Shady Mary v. ". .....
*. ,... Fla. IImmmmIIm lv that
Nook' ftufcdlvlilon which I* a Nattr I* k.rohy ( 1>
1I r.iubitlvlilon of ...rl.ln.II",1III tho Board of Adju.tm.nt proldCod July *, II, II, I* Ito'
and 4* ana port..f lore ed for by 1I..I.n 11.11 nt tho .. -- ,
44 ana 41 ana that part flx of (Ordtn.nc.. Oily oQulnny .tI : 1

II : :t II ''lJJ. =1') I NO : 1 >l II lying Snub of I A UUllmar I Florid, will hold IIIoI.U : 0 I. .uMaID l itl tot
\ ( of Rnb.rt ('it., 1 i s horn at II* 'ntn, M G' AIAbout;
1 Oulnr-v. Oadid.n County, Monday Jaly loth IIM tt Ih. (
APPIAU TO MHIDINt-Mra.. HlU Srhwornor wits of of
WANTED IALEHMAN Cu.. 1 IIN THE CIKCUir <)>UKT OF Pandabaa Oily Hall In City of Qulnr* ae oil*
tome need lorvlr. In Qulncy orIxcatur MONEYDOWN THE: nCOMl JI'I>1CIAt. CIK boon fliol ...In.1 yew and t0 appall *m., W, Forr.it Tar th. civil rightS workers mlwlnl In MlailaaJppI, talk with ,..

Co., llrorcla, full or part I CUlT UP FLORIDA, lV" AND ynu .rt roqulred t. sons a only Inn from Chi danlal of (ho Build b ( potters after a ten-mlnulo talk with ......Id.nl JolmaoB tt Ik*

lima. Earn l>.10 hourly and up FOR OAPKUbN <'0t'NTT. IN of four Answer op Pl.adlnt '* Inn In.pootor of tho Clly ofdylhl.a j .. .. Whit llouao. With her I h Rep. Ofden Held (R-N.Y.). Mr*..
.
.. lb : appllratlon
For Information or writ. CHANCERY. CAMS NO054 th* Complaint 01 plaintiff Qulntr
t>. C. Throe 1421 N. Bava, Tal.lab. BLOISS DOWUKKDDIB ., .Horn.*, Hat A. Ttavl. rnii.n. it build an r..ll., on the r, .. Brhwernrr ippealod to rrealdenl for a ltHK-man tetrrh
".... PLAINTIFr. Bank Rulldlnr, Onlney, riorlda, front of Ole nc. M .11 party, but wan turned down. Sh* Mid that tho Proddee told
lul, I. I, 111. 10 It I and 111. the orlilnal An.w.r or l.ll.mr Trlv. qulncy, Florida nor all the federal tdo.
Pl.adlni In the offle. of (h. bsr..u.. of lack .( .uffleUnront Femur Tree manpower noroaury to cotjiluct an
WILLJBI'KKKNDANT: Clark of th* Clrrnlt Court on or yar4 anao. quit wircb (or mlailnj elrll rlhl4 workort would be given II
UP TO 36 MONTHSTO NOTICE b.for* th. lot dar of Antiiit, Thl* loth HOMES WANTED Part THE STATE OK FLORIDA 11(4 If you full to do ..., slr- OF ADJI'HTMENT: OF' *livd t. har arlflnatod from
PAY .
TOl Rlil: >\\IM.IH IKlWKCIJU: want a.fanlt will ... tak.n TUB CITY OF QUINCY FLORIDA
br th* of a lifer and wolf I
30
hon... to (10WMily.
time at |
typing III HOC8TON STREET araln.t you for the relief doem.nAod snip : :
This I Ii fact from
M B fl.... one man
Mod Krauiii and FREE ESTIMATES ATI.ANTA. UKOHtllA In Ih. ComplaintThl. By
Tou are hereby notified thai a nolle .h.ll U ,ubll.h'den. ChairmanJuly ef myth and poetry thai r. :
hour available BKPK B lSI3IS. CALL .ult for dl rums haa boon brought .. ouch w.*" for four ...n..... t, I 't Marchr tt th*Punts* pt Can ri-i

Himaloa, Teim 41 malnit you In lha Circuit Court salvo. ....11. I* th* Oad.d.n Coun. NlTl,'\T(1 "HKTOHI| Cents In Rt.
of ilad.don ounty, Klurlda, la ty Tim.. FLORIDA ITATI'TK: Loul..MII..dl..
(hinr.ry, by KIXJIHB IXWHK1.I t>on. ana Ord.r.a at Oulnrf of th* Onnnly
Court
In the
627.8661 : ana you are her.by ntubed <1ad>d.n Countr. Florida thla II Jut.*, (ladadaa County, ,...- C 1O..wm.kaC
to file with the Cl.rk o f: .*.. n' lun., 1"4.rnwro N .. d.. I
tXVISIRLR REWICAVINI1' Rurn. the laid Court your written d.f .. : RAVE, Ida.n Pinball.Is ... pod llfwIlls
Cut.. T....... Hrlna lour ..r. Quincy. Florida .n... p.r.onally or by attorny Clerk Circuit Court, OtdidtnFlorida rot P.lOt.: .t Witt. I Iw"
wants to )11.. Audrry Rrayse. If any Ih.r..... and to ear. ".."nt.. laud* Clara "dnDaniolD11..A .aari. Mlf
1(11 W. King tf upon the plalntlffe attorney a 11" Dourl.e I. Rasp, -. Rovir'a
-- ---- P.
-\V :: :::3I rent th.r.of en or before thHlh Deputy Cl.rkRal T* All Cr.dllor Hlalma ana or t>..mandAvaln.t rxinllavlnt 1 K oitdiarondantieomtfromTlt'l
JOB WANTED babyt
day of July, A. D. 111 A. D.TI.Attitrn.y .
alttln nliht or dAY. Aim hest.work. Herein fall not or ludgmonlwlll for Plaintiff laid 1.1..tY..u :
VITAMIN AND hone hard U know but about 60.00(1
Telephone 017-1170. CalhJwk.on. ana .arh of you are -
.rin. It HEALTH FOOD SERVICE \tern a be It.WITNEAS.nl.r.d aialnit you by Quinn, PlnnldaJuty I. I. t1 f| It b y notlfl.d and r.nult.d. to pro. yian ago itonoaf men had don j 4'' I Ie

IDLE HUI'RII males doll... Special Dirt std my hind ana thM NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIL TAX ..ltr.o-- ,. hear Inf llttl rroemblanc UIn

.Who you u.. thlt time .howlns Health Food. > | of laid Court at gulnryFlorida 505 1$0.1PS.. mnd.m d....
thla the of June,
II day
('uem.tlni.. We Chew fact word ala
Avon
youStow. .. thl origins are *
I .*... NOTICE II MEREST: OIVEN, That OierUa H. ""I" ,.
writ Mr. Tkirothy Martin,
Mine Audrey Itrarrt Owner A11111:41.: .) foUvwlnecertificate) h.* filed sold certificate I fora obwuro"itound"eoniM from Ibdnrman
bld.t
1' Box 1141 MHH Tallahaa. .
Yla 0. call 101-Itlt. It (03 W. King St. Pin in-t4U Fdwln, BMf "" '' "" tan loud I* be teuad lh.reii The cerllflc numh.ri and hand, but th.,. U n* ', ryrt
or
---' CMCRK OK SAID OOfRT ,ear of lenience, lha d..onaptloe of the prapartr and the aamei d.rlvtlv for .ct...." On. 'Id.. I*
I By Lwuflaa H. Raur, In which It was .......d ar* aa folio.... that II onmo from the dlitent
Clark
FOR SALE, I Hal A Darla Deputy "" F'IRIUANCE: rtFlrTRIPTtOrl OP AAMEOSLPWHICH pound of b.rlilag, o tort of ,

At,ornty at I..., NO. PROPERTY "wtwfl Wkwf I" r
HOUSESFOR riorlda U..tI Rents l tl ft. I A 41 ft /. C KokerliB
gulnor
It I la known that dogs kid
I Altornry for i'lolntlffJun. of N W.C, of R8 I "f our .
SALE l-b.droom .,on. I II., July' I. I. II 4Nolle. NW t. Run a .11 ft K.U eolortal aiMoetora. Ltona. Ufert
r.t blo'k home, nw Oeoraellunroe ft.If III ft W II ft. and eUphtntt one feared ,Ie
HchooL Call .17..... mSHIRTS T* O.dltor to FOB. Rertlon 71. iloui Congo dogs. !R list oneiplorer
tf Florida' Ntatut.a
after t pm. Township I Nerlk tunas
In the Court of too runtvJudvh 4 Wait reporUd that packi ..ttho.

FOR ALR 1- Brick V.neer I- I n.d. at
y.u-old hou., I b.drooma, I I In I'rohaie II un Ham R.fln", ..hln.I". Pat Run tho th... lunfl" lords would .... 1

bath. Larie Kltch.a-Dlnlnt Patio IIOBKRT In re K.iaia H. DYER of n 11 ft i ii rt.II K/ lark tad kill them.Maar wIb
Room Comkln.d Utilityhum.
Carport 1'av.d I>rl... tMceaaadT WayISOFt.NSOft.toPOM. poopl* limply aay.'doriam
way Hal central heat (fai). All Cr.dllor and 1'....... I. from wolvea.* Tkli lan'tmnnarlly r
lit Ht. Quincy Tel.- llavlnc rialrna or IMraaiid T, Tewaeklp trucl for *mnll

n1 MAIn 70741.FOB and I Aailnat* and aid*aph of KitatiiTo : fan are ....- til llll Ratio II In Pl I of KB I. A Honl.r hero ar* wolf-Ilk, dor, la*.

'i by notified I and required t* pra- Tea:i' 1, Towneklp I, Ilk. don aid jackal-Ilk duf
SALE PANTSLAUNDERED l Ie.nt anv claim and demanda lunia I. I a rou. But no wher the*

1 Bedroom Home. LowDown have which aaaln.t you, or the eltker state of*you f Heb.ri, mar All ef .Id property b.lna lit the County of Oadidei, Hal como from, =ennIlhing will

Low ... of f'lnrl'L' if re* that II'. t men
Payment K. l>r.r, d. .. late of Mil I1nl... tuck *.rtlflcla eertlflnatei .hill k* re4eem4 Mordlnt -
Monthly Pijrmenta. rinano- i otintr, to the County Judea ofom.d.n t* low tk* prop.rly d.ecrlb.4( In auck c.nifl.mi. *rt.rtlflr.l. and doga tot tofeth.r.

Ins Already Amnted. Norman DRYREPAIRS Countr, Florida, al bin .. will' k. eold t* th. hlaa.it kldiler el Ike xourt heuie
MfMlllaa. llll Mao FLUFF Wee In the court bone. ef saidl'ounty door on the final. Monday In the kioalk .f Aufuit. 1114, which I*
Florida, wllk
at Qulncv.
Smo&ty Sisyitt
Ik. Ird dar af Atiaiat "".
nullDrive.. U In sir calends month from tki
flood Ikli lilt day of Jane 1114.
.r
,lime of the flr.1/ publlc.llea T
Ihl. entire. Two eoplea of earl SEAL) t tt7$$701 fYt.1L7WOIAD
shall k. In writ h3Q 1.
h lalm er demand EDWT4 BAt'R.CI.RRK
l.o.'J.1t4 H ,.,a :(.}1J..1 and I... and shall .t... the plane *<, or ciRrciT COURT or OADIDEN T11iS MESSAfvE -

ALTERATIONSMORROW '...ld.nOl and poet offle ddree t FLORIDA CRIOUSLYtd.u --- -- ...
I' el.lmant. and .hall e. ADTt July v.. l'h and II. 1144. 41NOTICB ,$

,'uR BALK Hallloratt.ra X I.wora (o kr the olalma.nl, kl'p.nl.4 1. Ftm TAX 00571)Sin. CltlMATIt MAIT O* IT. NTII-Munilihl segos IryM
APPLICATION
lie (.-band) .hort.... neeUerLike al.nt al *.. *...*- OF 1 .
new. Plua ...ral l radio '' "r a VlMno; faint ens Ill'''. PI I----- a ?i'u: |**Ulnrl*| ehalr.fc .

manaala. Write Boi "P". ./. dollar and tuck clilm( or 4mnd NOTICE U HONEST: GIVEN. ?Oat W. C. Peare. Ik* bolder' Into City to eetabral*
(..d'd.n County Tim... If DRIVE IN net .* fll.d eh.II b* void.I of too follewlnc eerllfloal baa fund said artiricii for o Inle.uaaca marking tans test day of 81 fetor, CrrIlnU. dlpUimakf
I Flh.l In.. 1')'.. Iouuad tb.r ?h ..nHiato lomb'r- adA you. of !w m'OVJr
M.t
PUN aAUC 114 (Ti.mplnn CLEANERSHOMES I A. .....Ulrt. of th* taut Will dial t ,M Ike .::of; the property, aid Ito kameo I* wkluk Sod faithful' oil ndd their boot wink la Ute fvnUU ol U<4ol >

Tradewlnd I* kv I*, foot two, r_ ..... AI Coo__ and T..tament of Robin H. It waa ......... are II follwi JuWce Ute Ant annlveriary of bin ooeoMllan M .
bedroom kouMtrill.r Bio.ll.nl Dreg. doma.0dFlint PtrptS'r
cnndltlno., Heawnably priced pakilcatlnii Jane II. llll err TEAR
417-4114. tf I I June II. J.lr I, *. I* 41 JII(. IIHUANCB OP PRVPEHTT Aaa NAMEttS
till I Aero mere *r lae I* Kill: Blairootleo j
FOB ALJS 100 Ft Long Tokaooo IN! THB rlrWT'lT ('(.UST OF II. Twn.klp I +
Bar I I.. Havana wills lot. i THR IBCTlMD Jt'PICIAI C1Rfl Monk, hens I WML MORRIS
k-ood U4 UI and otker aaabl.material "IT 0"IRfnA.. IM AND RICHARD T.
.To ke lire down krbarer. I F Prlre lid**. Call Havana CI/ANCPRT. S.EurO.... 14. Town.klp Krl.manl.k, / j
II.-..'! la-kt. P. U. Bui 5.511AXN1t4MAO bus t Week ...;:.. 9 South Jackson Street 1'
OR II 1'.,. 441.
.
111, Havana.June rtRREU ;.f
II. July .. 'tIl1a.t + All.f MM properly kola* lo Ih* Cmly of 0......., State -. :: saI4arPL. J-l.: t.

t r AN1IP1' MAC: FFRRRU. MmFHT of f Plsndateal. .
brows thin ..hortl'" ptoa and WtUJAM WEBKI: ... ..'k artlfloau or ..rtlfkalM .hall ka ........... .. ... ,.Ib- RCA Whirlpool Appliances

took ap at my 510.5 ban..um.Cut ('Oilier kyprovlnc KingslJerrT1emJ. MURPHY ker ......**.. oordlno M law Ike property deeorlked In *' rk eertlfto.ie er ::rliri.ai.e Satokrr ..... ;*.r!
aria owner may
cold klddw el tk* soon keoe* "'
.
rialotlff k
will to Ik* klikeet "
.L....M.r.hlp May,and Altapul-ui p>OirktB. 11' .rt .. Ike first. ......*, In.Ik. Nato *f 4..a.... I.... wkKk la laird "Afttr the Sal. Ift the S.nrlc. that Coun .
a. PERU .
of .a..t 114.l
day
JI'.h.' ..". Jun la tt. July I II ,..,......t.. > t4 tan letk 4y ol Ji.*. llll. Household HintA
14* Imperial Greenwood I NOTirej TO ANWKH
FOR CALK -
Prlfld.lr Rente Copprrt'moeedheal ,IN THE .NAME OF THB STATE (SEAL) A omall-oU* -... halts- FREEZERS

l kealmlnder ..tta andSIDI.t OF FUiRlbAI KlHtK OF 1ACR CIR(tTT COtTIT or OADODEX he44., M uo ....,..* walls
.. TO FRANK A. RUTtltm pod
Orlirlnally ever Koolien'vondltlon. M pad fWo $379.00
tW.sSr
.. imp.p
Marine 1171,N. PhoneJU.FI..KU PAM BtTIJtH. Ole wlfiwkoe lvr.l'I..r :?t.... 4t ... ...
1"1. Acres reolde*** and 4dro* APTl e4 ... a/tjr 04M, otdi. wttkM 19 Cu. Ft Upright -.... .. ,

4. eo panimtarlr aa I* k..... NOTICE or APPLICATION PUB TAX LOW P ties.
afior 4lll.... morel and la. $199.00
PON PALO Old (.lId........ PLEMMONS "airy I* 4o..r.i.w Tar .M. 114.14. FNOTICB 13 Cu. Fl. Upright _ _
"...../ ... Con '11."". at CLARK ,*. TWk| U HONEST: : O1TBN. Ikal Hr A M B4.*r4.. Ike
MALI T-llll TOl 2.A..L.II JOMUMUN; alee' ..Id.. of tk* followlao ..rtlfU*'.. tam filed a4 eertifb.i.* fro $179.00
FOR PALE Ferm.ll lopur CTrortort PBOM U JOH1Vif. u* d.ad I* k* Moved t........ Tk* _",....* oamker* .a4 pore 11 Cu. Ft Upright ,, _
iniltlvaiara plaat.ra.r.rtlll.er .. W ChI properly had tae wltus lawklek
wkee ** *a4addreee .f laeiM***. Its drlpttoo
dlelrlkutoT! barrowcall aa pe'tlrolarty, ala > II we* aae.e.e4 are M .!.... RUSTOLEUMSTOPS
.... .tl 1
.n.' .f | lllliMwriptiMi $279.00REFRIGERATORS
T'r M .- k new a alter dlllf.nteMrrk ortinMta Mw Ill 22 Cu. Ft .. ,... .
.. Upright
*.4 laoalry to IM of Proporin 1 4... I* I"* o( Nn 5.1 MW i. "

WELL DRILLING Fl.>r<4* ........ alakrldt II, Tewnoklp I, Nae.e 4. I'll Itz.r II.Ii. -;
TV SERVICE ()..rile ... /a abash aa.s.11 II. t.
I TOl '1'.. 1.11.wtai 4feo4at* All s/ MId prasuray M/ag &a I.' OHal e4 Oad.Issn alias |
,........ C ipU.. wkoe ......*_ sad .*. of '
....... __... A. u...., .. of D.t.... P.mp. aot 4reeMlr 4III*..I Meet Valou. 5000 oortltIoIlO .. ...tln.to. ...atl .. ..d..... RUST
.. Irrlfalio aad iM'lrr airs .*knw* .11.ai .. low .... prwparlMl. ...rt..... ,,, 00n. oort.....,. .. -'U.. $379.00(
.
.:.1. ,- W K. W J .. ( a... ...... M ... 'f'
JOHWOttM, JAM* TKL w0 Sts f/rs &a ..a'" 01 0110 .
MACXl RADIO kTT TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE I FAIR t!t, MART IK. day N Aso fI:1; $299.00
'
CO. McKFNtlK. AlHIUrrri Ewto4 alto !- oil, *< Ie.* u.* Available Ie Fe. No Frost -w _
tonczTHKE : I. JtmMMnN. MAE JO*)*. I

L4..w i IM'1 1421 South Momro SL Mw... MAfWIIB MAR AWRHI KCAJLI ..t"Jt, 14 Fk Bottom Freezer $249.00
i i R. ALMA II PCRRTTIIDMAiO. fuiMK VP ('IRII71T COVRT or OAMI/EM All Colors .- _
.
TaIIdnw.. rY RRV. RATIO: .
.
-* JUCMOTEII: *eIriataiW. -limb.. Ul-IIOT IM PENN. ..P001TKM. .,1'-. MOWANbPKKRT PORN. WT 301 iy tr.lYh FLORIDA aad_il. IMt 41 AVAILABLE IN Ice Maker Rofrigorators $268 JD
"
Gnu Jokaaxr Owe uI I : '' ""JUTICB'OF APFLKATIUM r(jt TAX LORD
AWIOP, ONii INNIrNt7.Airs
111-114.: : .
Ci.gwRIyrv. AR.I'lUkRrt to*. II4II. F" ALL SIZE CANS UP
UlTtM SON n. B. BCR4KM Ik* M4erf
WrtV U NINES
THCN Wf" WWni7i oRimi Rraga? loMewloo' rttftatoo ka* fu4 said MrtMbMM** foe 4 Mi AND "Abort Prices With Trade In"MOIT046C4 '

BRICK HOMES P (' ( ChaIt Os edllo N Monad iawe Tko or tfkou Su.b.po oa4 tear* *4loawa SPRAY CANSGuaranteed ..
-4 .g. 1M tad iko (m wktahn -
JOR HPOSI I. X ** u5 d.asil uii property, oauooo
I 110I'. was .......d ars IU 1.NIWII to
FINISHED *
COMPLETELY rtiYi" ..
TOt A.y aid an p.r..na. fhraMLfwton f.5rtlfirat. Ita. 114 Tear ee -e. IMI
_l.oa hear Ufft I to BLOCK 4) OF 'AUMOJII full STOP RUSTI'
S4&33 per Month 25 Years ** k4r*. 4toM- aid &Xi EsSt'tis&A ArraUIMUl '.ILA. V... tuey"

Old Homes In Trade Mkr* tt..tmt.... .t !. ..... ...: u. BCMW.H .
Accept ky. thranfk e* wa4*. oxkor e< oakt orofMty total .* IM Coati of .AMDBM. ..au LARSEN'UMBER BL1M.. .1 .tP1.O 4 M.w.r r..T..rP t* FOB ar9AId11.ALN

New Etchwn Bothroomi. an .( 4k* abuts brown a4 Flirt0*. ..,.... /Mda.m.m ..... am.1s.LET al _
ALSO- ...,._.(.. L.Ao11.g .... wyMf..s taioeo oo ll oortirveaio or OMtNVolo* akart k* .e4MM a. .
Additions. Repairs wtve* it seta of oor4M to tow tko *roprM4 lo *
too 014 OMto 4.fe...deMO a* : w JI ko eob t* fk. fciokMf.k444or ol IS. M... kove* CO. ( MO| SE ...... 4HOJWI PEH.STOCKTON. .
... Mvt*>.. *.4 I* ik. ro.Mtli. OoToTl o tint rl" ...... .....-. 5544. ..... Ie WOrd ,
100% FINANCING w4*.* of *.*. afIk 4e: W Aoiroot:
awl .OefowaaM a* or* tNU4 Ikw .... oil, ., J***. I.... ; Phon! 127-7278 WHATLEY. DAVIN & CO;
.
.... .N a ... noI.etSbros.
S.. Model Horn at SOS Wilt Washington SL ._ .. a.eb or Ito ItEAUCDWM PACE I Ma1rsths. Drir .
4fo4ot Fk. k*. -4l ?Tarhikiu
o*
Phone 827-85S2, Qulncy. Flo. asrd betels o4 <'took at itnmtADTI eIC Oadoao C.aatP. n-w.
or lOt Ass .*. OH i .-- '..- Jaly t *. U ... ... IHi KI. ,



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a i MUB POUk9IChN GAIJ1N COUNT TIMES, JU1M.K.. rWKWA THulssUAY. JULY d. i"' I



I THOSE PEOPLE CALLED. BAPTISTA I HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS !' efoC'al 1


-
RertMot By Murjorj B. Gregory,
I Article m Baptist they know the world is greater poor dumb clucks as they are to. Home momtnHcHi. Agent J' I
by Guy R. Bade than they. day. Parents for the mart part 4th b series g'>ueinaeeBy
'Tnr.sas Memorial THESE ARE THOSE PEOPLE taught their kids to look out for Food Fad and Fallacies
I Baptint Owrrk CALLED BAPTIST! thcnwclves. They taught us to OMONS CTRE: A CXU MORE THANMONEY
QllhK'1. Florida THE END be careful with fire and matches OR rtltlFY THE BLOOD I !
and told the Batch
us danger of carelessness
The onion, together with 1U
called Bapttut"
people with fireworks, but they automobile
others and about Too Late let us have them. close relative, garlic, bas always The four leading I'

.. There are 40 Chll- Oh, how sweet it la today) You been regarded ai of medicinal manufacturers spent eighty mU .
IThOll8 dedicated to the To can't find a firecracker or a rignlflranre. perhaps became of lion dollars for newspaper advenUsing I .
I comfort of literally thou- Classify piece of Chinese punk anywhereand III undoubted power from another during 1963.
if could and had angle. The automotive Industry M a
children. There are 72 By Russell KayI you courage I
Aged Persons which can remember when the enough to buy them and were The onion makes III contribution whole spent 200 million! dollars
art entirely supported by Bap- Fourth of July really meant something caught at it, you'd be arrested, to the diet, especially to seducing for newspaper space during the PEOPLE .
tt. :: inoperated our In Die country. As a youngster fined or sent to JalL We love our diets, In that It li low In year.
country somet151beBafound owned I looked forward to Die kids nowadays and protect them. calories, provided It li not combined These figure do not include the
|d hospital for the care Fourth ot July with 'the same anticipation i W. have advanced a long way with rich sauces and grivle huge amount invested in automo
and use of any person who would and excitement as I did thanks[ to busybodies and legislators. Eaten raw, It furnishes a certain toe advertising by local dealers, ARE OUR
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All themselves of their services. Christmas. These were the two amount of vitamin C and bulk. used car companies, and CnKes>
iBaplitt care about the educa- biggest days In the year. Nowadays If a kid wants to have Otherwise Ita greatest Importance An all inclusive figure would total
Bon of their youth and their young For weeks, sometimes months, fun, Instead of playing with fire- In In Its flavor and aroma, which approximately a billion dollars. '
people who are going Into some we kids would save up our pennies crackers he can go and get him a lifts many a commonplace dish l This may appear to be a great / .
specific area of the church life. to buy firecrackers and I nice automatic pistol or rifle or Into the category of the dellcioui: deal of money to pour into sales BUSINESSJEAN
Botaum they care, there are 5 American flags. Long before the' even a machine gun. If the local Claims that onions will cure a and promotion. But the invest-
Bible Schools, 13 Baptist Academies rest of the family was awake I dealer won't sell It to him, he cold or purify the blood have no ment should be Judged in terms
23 Baptist Junior Colleges, would be out with my pals "cele!can order it by maIL scientific basis, Because of the of results. The advertising help-
6&Baptif Senior Colleges and 18 brating." Boy it was tun. We had Or he can get In a souped up circulatory Sl8tl'l1InI'thod of ed bring about sales of Roods and
Baptist Seminaries. These figures a wide variety, ladyfingers, regular Jalopy and drive It 100 miles an operation, the blood alwayi con- services ot more than BO billion
Include all of the Seven Major size, (90 to a !pack) giants hour in a drag race on a public talus some impurities. dollars. It brought record profits ..
Baptist Bodies In the United and cannon crackers, and a few i street As far ai palrlotlHm goesit The onion has enough virtues to manufacturers and retailor. (4 {
Sftle.. lucky kids had small cannons. Is a lot of hog.wash. He thinks of Ita own. It requires no special I tIt helped to keep millions of nun
5 Those people called Baptist"I Outside of a alnged finger I never George Washington is a bridge or looting. employed.The .
can be found around the world. InIndia got hurt. We heard about some some kind of coffee, and if you leading American automobile
they wear saris, in Europe kids being seriously Injured, but ask him about Paul Revere he manufacturers learned long
and the Went the clothing like that no kid I ever knew, and I knew will probably inform you that any I.BIBLE VERSE"Before that the engineering of a r
of. our country, in the tropical I a lot of 'em, was ever seriously poor lap knows it's a brand of Mm shall Iw gathered ago good car did not assure success.
countries: It may be only a scant hurt..n cooking utensils. He thinks Bun naUomt and he shall wpantethwn Countless fine automobiles have e
ctoth. Their faces are a variety the evening my dad would ker Hill is where his father got one from another, a* the been built by firms which did
ot-colors and they salute a large loin with deer dud's in our blockyoungsters his golf ball In s land trap, and ithcrd wpuraMli the clasp. not meet the competition In advertising
number of different flags. They and all in the in his book Thomas Jefferson Is effort. I
the
speak a thousand languages and neighborhood would gather In a a hotel. from font:
Ford, and
dialects and eat many kinds of nearby vacant lot where wt would Of sure, a few folks will hangout 1. Where does this quotation General Motors continued to thrive
Mod. They worship in temples, shoot Roman candles, ptn-wheels, a flag on the Fourth of July. occur in the Bible? Chrysler have
the three largest
assembly halls, houses, mud hula, sky rockets and what have you. But to most folks the Fourth of 2. Who spoke these words while remaining advertisers in the
sanctuarIwT It thrilling. 3. To what event do they refer newspaper
draw shelters, majestic was July is Just another day. Nobody national firms
and some, even, out doors Then there would always be a thinks about Independence Day or ? world. The giant of the fart
with no shelter. But they are picnic and a lot of flag wavingspeeches. takes time to recall Valley Forge 4. Does this quotation appear have never tout sight
Baptist and proud of their faith, W. lived over the Revolutionary or Lexington or Concord. Dad Is elsewhere in the Bible? that production been Is not made.completeuntil
their Lord and their Saviour, their War and sometime I in a hurry to get to the golf course. a sale has
CM, and their freedom to wor- was permitted to recite "The Mother is going to a movie, sister' Answer to Bible Venn And their continued use ot the
hip Him without mediator. They Midnight Ride ot Paul Revere"or Is going to the country club and' 1. Matthew 23.32.: newspaper, especially in the Introduction -
art proud but not boastful, sinn I, ting Yankee Doodle with gusto. sonny boy la In a hurry to get 2. Jesus in a parable. ( of new models, reaffirms
nYlw but not doleful. They arededicated I was mighty proud ot being an with the Jalopy.Celebrating 3. The last Judgement. their belief In the longstanding
task much larger American. axiom that "all salesare 9re95.
to a tin Fourth of July 4. No.
than they. They are human with There have been a lot of the old fashioned way was all local, and the basic local'
all the frailties that humanity changes sine then. People right but now there's a law against The trouble with vacations Is medium is the community newt-
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has. They are prayerful because weren't so busy taking_ care of It._Anyhow our_kids_are_SAn Ihflt most of them end too soon. pap r."---- -- --- .- i


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