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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 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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VOLUME 84, NO. 30 QU1NCY.. FLORIDA. S33S1. THURSDAY JULY 23, 1964 PKK COPY TEN CENTS
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i: Three Gadsden CountiansAre Party"Thank Planned You" II'One IilledFour Injured In



A* informal "!hank ,.,."
party so bejiatt *t Sea and
M.... Scott Kelly till be held
at ttw bans ., MN and M....
Awarded State Honors Harold Heats at their home at

lit Bellamy Drive on !Saturday Tuesday Afternoon Wreck

...._ ._ ..- -. -- _& ._---- -- evening, July SS "between
I s toe bean of I aad I o'clock.

Be*, Kelly, who ran third la
the reeent DMnorntto primaryIH
{ k Y, the race for governor, and
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Mrs. I ,,111MI to Charles
Kelly present Ryals
thanks thuM la attendnnnt for 6 Gadsden Boys Jack Strickland Miss Woodward

r their help ta M* brtialf.
,
t Aft *f the _lor'. n.11.|porl- Attend Forestry Wins First High Dies Later In
en sad mrH1'''- ire oofdlaHy Heads ExchangeJack

Issued to attend. I I Training CampSix Strickland WM recently Point Trophy Leon Hospital

Gadidnn county vocational bwtalled ai prenldcnt d the Qtiln- Susan Woodward won her fin ,

Sheriff ShowsImprovemenl agriculture students attended Forestry cy Exchange dub at the Jeffcr- High Point Trophy at the Out) Two-Car Collision I
tun llminc. Home Show sponsored by the
Training Camp at OLrno Other officers named for the Civic Woman' dub d Macin, Near Chattohoch*
State Park during the week July coming year are (Tini-lrn l\n- Ga., In conjunction with the tilt-
1317. tire president; and A. D. Dlacfc- die Georgia Saddle Club Charles a Ryaia, )year-old

1 Selected\ by their local FFAOwptpn bum- aecrrtury-trranuirr She; rode the Arabian "LiltSheha" .. youth from (Issttatxxtidsee) died la

1964 BOYS STATE GOVERNORAND After Accident they were Burl Marcus, Retiring President Dale SechleInted owned by her father, I IL Ioodwnrd It. the Tallahawie* Memorial Ho.
CABINET Newly elected ,Grwnnlxiro: IhiUli nnuft, Rt. 1, "It ha been a pleanurv n.L \\' Jr. of Qulncy, In pllal from Injuries received In a
064 governor d American Tit I Gadnden County Sheriff Otho Chattahonchev; William ('nIr), to wire you an prmldcnl of the three out ot four classes attired wow collimon Tuetday afternoon
glOSS Boys State, George Lister Edwards continue to Iniproxe Ml. riraMtit; Donald Potter, Rt. Quincy\ Exchange Club Through to Arabian Hone* and took a << near OMtlahoochee.Seriously .
a Jr., d Coral Gabies, (center) met, the Gadaden County Knitpita 1, Qiilnry and Ronald Hitcher nerving In lids capacity I have bo- blue nhlxm In each clnxs. They Injured were Charter
with his cabinet members In the ; cnnoe'lan ( tlw trite W, Whlddnn, 18, and Im .
where he I* recovering from In- and Klltun Parrlah o( Havana. rom more 0 were Arabian Three-Called ArabIan Thomp.Km
Governor's Suite at the Slate Cap-1 Juries received taut Friday evening spirit of our organlMtlnn the Higlliih: Plrasura and Arahlai II, both o( ChaltMhonche
hot), Immediately following the In an automobile accident I A total ot 120 Florida Future giving of self In return for the CoM\uiie. I They art limed In "rrltleal con.dltliin" .
inaugural ceremonies held July The iherur Mruck barmen of Anicricn attended the privilege of serving other I appreciate In addition to the High Poll at DM Gadnlen County
10 In the House Chambers. Boys car was 30th annual camp, which was the fine cooperation ex Trophy, SUKMH ww a big (liveplatter liwpllal.,
lead another vehicle duelog
State Cabinet officials are left to #Ot"rY on rainitorm.by the Lake Tal divided Into two one-work tnrinni "C:1dby': each and every member which I I. given as a per.putual .I Sum Henry Ikxu. 27-year-olit
a on .
right, the Superintendent of Pub- quin Road two mile south of The FKA Forestry Train. I hope that Ex tn>|>/liy each year for the Qulncy Negro, and bails Uarbctv
Uc Instruction, Rodney Morgan Inn Camp the widest and larg- doings was meaningful not only to teal costume. She will have to Jegro, alllll received eriom Inc
L of Tampa; Comptroller Pat here. e.t d Ita kind In the nation U you but to the community .u win It again next year fur .her I Juries, I llmia |* listed "hilI'" ant
Parmer of Qulnry; Secretary ol Edward received chest Injure sponsored Jointly/ by the Florida well" to be able to keep ft. 'llarher "poor" at the local tx.plllll *.
State, Edward R. Bauer ot: Ft Portal Service wood products: In return the new preiildcn Both SUMUI and "her horse were .
Lauderdale; Attorney General, Trooper N. R. Alderman d indiwtrlet and the Florida MatureFanners gave glowing report on futurefclxcluinicn wearing costume designed and The Neurws were traveling:
Ray Joelson of Venice: Treasurr the Florida Highway Patrol stated Anodatlon, I !! Club activities .tat- made by her. Meat on Mat. Road 2(18 and' at-
Philip Abralra of Ft Lauderdale a 1859 Ford driven< by Sam During the week the ymithireceived Ing that "our goal l for 1904 I I. not Gary Kdwanls ot Qulncy places eniplcd to fun another car In
; and Commissioner of Agriculture Jackass a Qulnry Negro itrui-k field and dan Instruction to he Die No. 1 climb In FloridaKxcluing third In tht Walking StalUiii amGelding : an linpnun-r pausing SUM. IlmiiM.Iw .
Gary Giovanni d DeUnd. the iherUf'i car while attempt. In forest practice to help *, necessarily but rather lasses fir lucket Niiiro dilvrr, uw the 1813
Pat was selected as one of the log to pan another car. lie wascharged prepare tlwm tnr th* tank ot managing to dctiTmln how wt can beat StaWei !Shellman, Ga. "IViy Chevrolet with tile boy aogroans.gag .
two delegate from Florida to with UrI:1 on the their own farm woodlanili.I .erve our conununlty" Starduit" ridik-n by Pat Pucke than the nnxult* direction
Boys Nation which I Is being held wrong tide of I These eager to learn,"I During the meeting "Happ r. and trained by Gary also won tin Iw I(HUM vehicle pulled bark.Iw .

In Washington, D. C. lie left a Kenneth Pitta and Fred Pitta, laid F R.Toward, camp director. Exchange Anniversary Grerlings'win in th* Walking I lies** das for T car conUtnli\i the boys with
week ago.Phone both of Greensboro and passengers and chief of the Infnrmatinn ant' extended to Dr. G. E Hut rider IS and under. ho Uhlddon youths at the wheel
In Edward car. received Education Branch ot the Florida! log on hi. 4 lit annlvmary at continued alow tilt highway.. MM
M,. 0. F. Shepard Mr. Gladys Bolley minor Injurie In the crash and Foreit Service "and wt try to Exchange lervio Dr. Boring I I. cording to an t't'Wtuw.1n a
about Directory were treated and released at the acquaint them with M much hassle the only living charter member thiN vehicle. crossed the center
CIId den County can brag Gov. Farris Bryant has established
t r tine and Into the
hospital I (('aIIIbI..d 8ft rap Two) of the Quincy dub. rf opts tnlmaII1f'
another state president. a Florida Commission on + The Whhklm car crashed
Mrs. O. F. Shepard d the Sycamore Being Compiled the Status ot Women. He took Both car were damaged to the J\ aim et eInto the llotue v*.
community was elected this action list Friday, following extent d 1900. hl..1n. TotAl damage to both
president of the Florida Extension The 1B6S local telephone directory the lead d 32 states since the Mr*. Edward laId the sheriff Candela Process Change can amounted to $3,400; ,
Homemaker Council at Us 40th Is now being compiled, president established a similar would be confined to the her At preas-tlm Uw Investigate
amual meeting at Florida State according to Mitchell N. Drew commission on the national levelIn plta1 for a while.Dentists was Patrolman: U

University last week.A president ot Quincy Telephone 1961. M. 0......, assisted by 1Itct.
longtime home demonstrationclub Company.The The Florida CommlMlon comriaed of Area Ralph Strong ot the Florida Highway
member Mrs. Shepard has new directory win be distributed \ 24 women selected because Patrol wwt the Investigating
served for the past year a* first to local subscribers during ot their leadership In women' Used By Havana Corp. t uUxirlUra.Jl .
Vice president of the Council. the month of November 1964 clubs, civil and political organization Hold ConferenceIn r ri rr 'IV II AttlDCNTRobert

Named to serve with the new with approximately 3,300 main and In the professional field. Jom-ph tofu of Gar

president art Mrs. Herbert Poet, hinge along with 300 extra The commission' objective was Pensacola I By Jack E. Henley timla, N. C, ha* bum discharged
first vice-president. St. Peters.bag listing In the alphabetical section described a* exploring economic, Havana Tobacxo Leaf Corpora-.I from the Gadden County lkrital .
; Mrs. Henry Wagner, sea and (87 listings In the )'ellawpages. pedal, political and legal prob- 1 Dentists from fIfteen northwest list now has In operation a new G'Boro Kiwanis after receiving injiirl* In a
end vice president Merritt Island lens of and recommending Florida counties and bordering '
women addition
00 by 40 foot "cocil" room illlhway ac et teed last Wtilneaday
; Mr*. Walter Murton, ec- Representative from the directory solutions rountle In Georgia and Alabama to Ow tolwrro packing plant Warned AgainstEncroachment night

retary, ot Edgewater and Mrs. publishing company will Governor Bryant named Mrs. are extended an open torilatlnn there tcMH-ocets Candela, or Cuban Patrolman Giokaey laid Cur*

Rots Barnes, treasurer d Jack- begin contacting business telephone Gladys floury, of Quincy, to the to attend a aerial\ evening brtaConference type, trecoo. Tics growing and don, traveling In his oar at a high
to be held
Wednewlty.
onvill
regarding changes commission. Mn.WWIam. Held, prurnflng U lajtuUlveiy -
user* rate of aphid on State Road (5.wa .
:1f ant
July t : Audltoriom,
: m
The new state officer were In yellow page advertising next assistant director ot developmentat > now to limbs area ran rightly Slat Industrial Cnmmlsahn belnji pursued by a Qulnty
kwtaUed at a banquet at Florida wee ttorid Stat University was EKiunhl Peniaoola.County Health Department I he railed, "Gartsden Grant Chairman Worley Brown waned Public Sir"dtY Department car antcnulwd
State University by Miss Eunice named chairman Cotd" for tt not only cures out
Local mbscriben tram Qulnry, against federal encroachment Into Into a dump tnnk. King
Grady borne economist, training Greensboro and Gretna are urged Mrs. Holley, state president d The conference I II being pi-wiit- with t dark green colic rather the opemllon of the suit administered 1. Baker of Qudn y, driver ot ttw
Florida. Agricultural Extension dub and well known In ed by the Eacambl County Unit .... d
to notify the telephone companyof the Pilot Workmen's Cumpmuttonsystem. truck, pi< injury.
Soviet. any change or correction they Quincy dote fraternal and nodal ot the American Owwr Societyand (Set MriurM M fact 13) i ton WOU.-IM wen dnnwgml to
Mrs. Shepard who was born In wish In their directory listings. circlet, received the following the Northwest Florida Dlr' _. nit extent rf UtUO; and UnrdiinhM
Slieaklnr-ot regular weekly
Jackson Bluff on the Oehlockonct Mr. Drew also pointed out that letter from the Governor Islet of the Florida State o.'I1Ia1'SocII'Iy than the light brown a* dew the meeting of 0w Greensboro Klwanla been ftwrgmi with willful Mid

River baa been foot home demon- any member of a household may 1 "Knowing of your cantx- which Include the POiselog natural ar wrapper but after dub last Thursday, Drown tad U. ,Jerry M. Hmllh wanton rckl. ..M driving.
tmtton work the put 3Syears. have their name Included In the Jon to worthwhile program fur monies: Letn Wakulla and grading, It mull b* quotedame. Madison: isle
She baa served as a local directory by contacting the telephone 1 women, I am sure you are aware Franklin, Liberty Gudidcn, Cult, stared under cold pte rage condition of the United asha Recently eommlishmed a permit
president Motel Is
fnurth
and second vice Nation Calhoun, Jackson, Bay Washington lieutenant In th* NaUiittl Guard Royes
president, first company and requesting the that half ot the state of our *. I Stated
also warned 190
president and president d the addition. have appointed commission Holmes, Walton, Okaloona, The local packing firm U In years was Jerry M. Smith, pre of ..,.
County Council and an officer on on "'Jbe Status d Women." 1 Santa ROM and IJtcamWa ooun- operation approximately 1111; ago In throe agnbttt word federal, tncrowhmenl and Mr*. Makulm Smith aGreeralxira Sold To Mr. and

the State Board. I month out of l'Yel'J'NI' and hu U. Smith attended
"The commissions are studyIng Uri.Th
farmer 4-H'ers GoingTo I program win feature two 1100,000 I "Slnct the general dvillMtlinof the Florida' National Guard Officer -
Her husband who Is a problems ot Interest to women, a payroll of $80,000 to I Mrs. Albritton
prominent speakers mankind I behave there are tannilalt Schonl at Camp
and Mrs. Shepard have one and wggestlon* for their correc during that HIM. In pnk week
daughter Marian who Just graduated Cherry Lake tion. I would like to appoint such The flnt speaker will\ be Gerard they employ>> 110 to 1110 po"" mart Instances d the abridgtment Ulanllng, Florida, and east ofgadatw *1 Mr. and Mr.. r. C Alhrtttnn
from Greensboro High a commission for Florida. I It HUbert, M. D., PathologM. with a weekly payroll d 'Uoo to of the freedom of the pmplt h* rank'al fth In his 4 Albany, at., have nintuniIw
School She ta a former 4-H Qubgirt During the week of July 17.31.antigins "M' have shown a genuine sacred Heart Hrapltiil. Prnwrola.HI (4,700( Opprattim were stuffed by gradual and silent encroachenamor '1... Ho I II a 1WI graduate of Ilnyn Mutes Court M Quln'yStamen
,
a splendid cook, make most Gadtdffl County 4-H boy Interest you in the affairs and well- whjert will be "Oral Exlollattve In June of 19:15: upon cnmpMkmot of those In power than by lurid mate University with a Mr. and Mrs. Jane It yea.They .
will have the time d their been '' malur In Banking awl Flnanitami tin* the
her dresses, love handwork Cttiogy"Floyd the building and have expanded violent and Mklen usurpation over nuuwiptnwntun
of
lives at 441 located on being dOIOIII1' I am, therefore, .
camp with Mss aisle .
and help with IL DeCamp, DOS, W- now to InHudt the pro.onwlng Bniwn aid tile nperattnn U U entpkiyed July .
will
plays These hopeful that accept an
Lake Madison. you
freezing .Jn thing grown Cherry near will bt appointment to the Florida Commission ache of Bureau of Dental Health of candela t,._ the llorida Industrial ttmmUskn .* a bank txamliwr. lit live In The Alhrlttniw are no itrangnvkt
and IfrLaivL
boys girt aooompan-
la beetled" by Juicy, having lived dime at
on the farm Horn on Tht Stabs oC: Worn- llorida Slat Hoard ot Health, The corpuraikm admuusten fair major programs
Beside her home demoealrsh ledby Marjori* Gregory, Jacksonville will HI about "The Thnma Smith a* pcmtdnit, a V.Duller Workmen (Dmponea' vario.l tlrnm In tfw (MU Mr.
tion work. Mr*. has been Demonstntion Agent Shirley en. Oral Cytology Pilot Project InNorthwect vie preeldent. and Karl lion Unempkiymmt Compensakn State Methodist Ibrllfam I. a MlMtnan. ft* tote
dark Mat Horn DemonstrationAgent Proposed fields at study Included '
ioavkicallytath.WSC5otttBycaroor Florida. Ifarytlwkker la the secretary and the liirldi State Kmplnyment fjntnil MAUI Ilimw ml work
Methodist Church. She John Russell County Agent area which Include private Although Inert I Is DA admUrion 1____. Offlrt manager and Smite and tie Florida out i< Alhan). Mn. AJtntt* .bee
Asndat Women Loaders
U an officer ot the district/ com- and Bernard dark and pubUo employment practice; lee, decants are requested to rg- bnikkceper ilnrt the warahouMwa Child Lahnr Law."Tha activities assumed managvnHint tt tw
County AlentA his guard recreational state labor law dealing with
speed I Ie Inn Eubank who mike onurt
liter In advance by mailing their t the Fkirlda Induttrlal Chmmlsstiin -
pelAboat her work with burr deco leader, camp manager hours, wages and working oondloons name, addred, dty, Hal a"Dental la now aariated. by M.... Fat HulIrr. .. affect In pine degrvtpraotlraOy Now In Lakeland The AlbrtKini ace the parmw
ovtrafan Mrs. Shepard Just and dletiHon are provided by the ; political and dvll rights ot Conferees,/ e/o Amei- \ WarehoejM ntwrvtaor *y'to every ritlam In the lit 1 three frown thlktrm" Mrs.Martha .
CMtlawid IM raft Two) camp. women; peerless for women M ion Oncer Society, SI Eut Mailory veitrr Yawn hal Po bunt with Slate of norkla," h* salt Florida Methodist women leader Ferrets a Mint In t hose
( The Gadsden County group will wives, mother and workers; Penaacola Jlurtda. the Dm a* tupervtmr I IK'8 they are now meeting; In two group peal In Albany; Qv Alfarltdm,
the cdu-
be Joined at Cherry Lake, a slat sob sndal Insurance and tax marled up their packing and warehuudng .1 Referring to ned for In Lakeland to study (tie rmmrds'awnaM4w a Kurlxnt at j'kskM Matt UMfmily -.'
Five Accidents 4-H camp by boy and girl from laws affecting women; educational operation .here In 18J5. rallin and training to equip youth de mimes prngram.More anil Rutort AlbrHMi, vt'
,Leon, Nassau and Wakulla Casa policies and practice; Job FIRST BAPTIST We were prtvlbted this week to for empliiyment Urown aid, "W* than WO reprmmtanve Albany. Mr. and M.... Albnttixi
,tie*. I'counseling and training and wom- SUNDAY SERMONS tour the packing "tease under the have the paradox of Industries of Uw Woman SirMy at Christian are members. of tie lani Clara

Occur In City Parent are Invited to attend en a* dtixtm and volunteer worker The Rev. Thorn E. Cuttlno,I expert guWmrew ot Sylvester unable to find qualified Job and appllcanls aVrvVv era attending the oranlialkm UaptM (hunts.
si till ens hand unjfcllled '
*. Uih anrsul 9-lead of Mr. and Mn. RnyM art at the
Family Night on Thunday July pulor of: Flnt' Baptist lento Yawn who I* enlhuauuMk tbuut We quipped youth unalil
0. and let lor heasalvee what In a letter d acceptance to tie will preach Sunday morning on the lmovati and changr In the other" llaatura. II wa antxumrH by prMxtd: elms taking a Y1JrJI'Iwt'i:
Several Hurl their boy or girt i* learning. Governor Mra. Hooey wrote, ta the theme. Tog Great To An- the packing base .prom. whlrh to find tmpbiyinmt en Mrs. C Uurward Ji''waoi ofulnry ampa, after whlrh
Cautioning youth" nut to drop president tat the 3ltelrteCuUenni. make thHr Mme In QuInr1.Stockholders .
The campers will attend dames part orpt. After till mnrrtng metage the new UrtBOr and cqulpmenlpnwtd !
Ia a rash of traffic accidents each narnin John HerterLEsteesloa 1 accept appointment toth th Orduunct et the Lords *. nut d primal Brown strewed 0w Women' SutVty.' Th*
your
ever the past week ta Qutacy.> Conservationist ofGalneivtllt Florida Commission on The Supper will b* obarrwtd. nvt sweet room* In !tie parking mint that, "Unlrs our ynailulk ,"liP"I miwtlng at Florida Huulh- Of
and two have tt Meal a high *rnnnjMkrU O .
ere tt's.
two produced tajuriea and Jensen have hunt fIIIUIppodwuh
Tony hunt
and Indeed 8 in churcti ohervei
Stars of Women'" am Involved vehicles driven by >ivnlle Calnn- hot air Anita that <*i and a skin they will I The WralryaA. fbrrvk Guild
Forester from treed
Asrt Farm honored, not only for myself but Men' Night with a pedal new :
conduct outdoor reels al 104 And U WrY difficult to obtain tra- ,held H* IJlh wM4 mission Bank Association
villa win curing trmprnture
for District 4, Pilot International, pngnm planned for the men Iwrp
Wdntdy morning at the bvlenectlon attoaal oppurtunttle James Man, which II comprtaed ot U dubs the community. The paatur will degrees 24 hour day If nest pI )'mrnt..rQlArtIe Musty last wwk-tnd with 1J1 delegalit .

of: Jetferaon and 1 Shadow gas Camp LUegnard. MamwDaughtry an ever our Sale." pre** a termoa ....tIed, "(,f'*(I"hit, and nn\dIIIrooa 7ft to 71 .,..... pmgnm dial'man attending. Moot August 14
Street. Lelit Woodward I Gilbert HomeDemoitlc of the GrMfwhtjra KlwanW an tttmang dally
Leon County la Hunting" baaed on the BlbUBfnk degree* Earn sweat seen can, BIt stabs
K d Qulncy attempted to s Agent and Man Sung ef fUowav 1 c.xaerm/ rags Tar.. Cab, Inlnxliirtd the *paJtrr.CADSDOf I taught by tw. Charir* ...The annual ttorfchntdn m *fr
era Jeflerton Street and IMF nrw Gregory, Garttdm County Saddle Club Sets M. Laymen tw.4'II FVirtd s d qr rrhearr.f l.mrN Nh.nK
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out ta front : auto Belo Rune Demonstntkn Agent, will r Suulhirrat rellalou ps/tnwnl. AMwUnrff ens Martantw ha throeetherbuM'd
Billy Earl Sewed. M, ot: teach fwtmmtng. Robin Lewis Ire[ Horse ShowThe Classes, worlutHip" and dtnlr lire rrMay, Aupmt 14.
bra. Georgia.Tboma Camp Recreational is+drr. Bernard will be deemed to kwlnrtbn Inthe Tit WM annnunrod today by
&Pauft. SII. a passeo- Clark. Aanciatt County Agent Gadaln Saddle Cub wffl Mlunal proicram of the NPII( P. Juhrann, manager o< the
gee ta tile front seat of: till sewer of Cadriea County and John Rutsell. heft a Junky Hora Show fir Woman Sndrty of Oirlttuui MMrIaftM tamwr-ownnd kif
vrtad. was treated lor bead and Cadsde County Agent wQ cMMrai 1* yeas old and under fervtct lor th* now chun.1i mr terns most OOTwrartvAramtimr .
minor InjurM at Gadsrten teach the iwreatton das and I. Saturday night at the dub ring and review of Ow work U the to Mr. J< mm, the
Hospital. n Taylor WakuBa Cbunty Agent beginning at a .'clock. M..uw.olUlC Iliiard at MlMtons.Pnmlpal it eekig will tryst al II ..... 'latht
Damage to tile SeweD auto was Mary France lUrrtaoo NaamCounty Al out of town tudga win doth ImtrurUin kxlurt Dr Oxinty Cuurt Rant at Maw,
whilt die Gilbert car writ Dennustt tanAg.te LasSie fcayr slot Jr. WWIamWiens Uwna. This !r an hni maid bu*>
J7J Htmt Judging. All ehUdrea are hivged -
suit mumhera of Dm ha- Inm and ail mtmbwtn
BMrtlnf
at $300. and Gorton Ellis. Naasn to attend nd parOrtpato to
Safely Officer George IL IIaM County Agent and adult lead-t the Mowing events: Cbsntnw s laud Quill of ChurthM. Nwork Uw lUU c( Marlaim and ,
LelIa W. Gilbert with Tw ; Mia Clhtlm* JUm&Uy Oat snore art Invited to *<.
Try dWPd (tithed w f4 ) das*. Westers Dress. Ilonwnanship OMJ cl:
rat Pierce Mra. (Cseosed as r... Two
bJure to yWd the right of: way 1-12, Horsemanship ItIt.Wettera : )
Header at Nor Yw1r.ftwr Methodist
and vthBry -cchdent.. M. of: K B.1- JIMMY HOBTON PlMsur 11-11. Anna t-12 kites WestrnPlMum V1X. at Ih* u"'.... Mattes HD Leaders
.. Castles llmtenun.. Mu.
HONOR -
WM dted tor falbaesorgesedr RECEIVES r*
Delve Ann Rare 1S-K >tey rare
lli and bey Jimmy Horton wa tapped by 0 .Nut Rare. OweiVaf 142 Cv.a..4 M tap Tw*> Attend
: Meeting
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d 's.ie the Order of: Ow Arrow recentlyat Cloverleaf 11-11. Maac tea... r( -

Seer c-p 1ImIIe7.trawIrC Camp Semflad**. Halter daw tr Mare. Hattsr r. At the Theatres Mr* frank WhtttJt Court?
1oudIKado Order of the Arrow II *n a.* for Stale and OkBngs. Ru GnurrU PrwWfcnC Mn. Jark COM
... Street made a right nun, hen branch d In* Boy and Laud Garment R*.... Ban-. This Week __ and M.... a r, MwpaH.rtu .
at die tfley fad to lilt FIn Snouts et Amerk It to ane tt hack! Class, and Fouls tbtpcr 1 represented G.drlea OJllnlyiU

Ration, bliong whIdt the highest honor ha tcaaOrf.Jimmy : t7a. Al th a-t Theatre !hill nlng mrmbm at die Maw llom
tnva by a tovenU*. Total darnag. Is Ow ton of Mr. and week win bt "MiMi Meet Par- tMwmmtlan Ownrll '

was 170..1.. Mra. Jars T. Hortoa *f (f .fjTinli CAMP PASTOR It,. MarriM Franklt Aisles, tnrhirwuy rtortdi Slate Untvfnlty "last

TWa- utomobile. belflf Tlvea The Rue,. nor:. Cantos, Friday and ateturday. w *k.Ttw.
at high rate of peed were to- Instruction I pastor of First Baptwt Own*, totrvtog AtM fMtoaM fnr ........., wlO be GtMta c catty Cbunrtl.tktif .
solved ta a items MCkJentrsultkw for lie "the Big Und. Ftatuiwt far wire Dial 0( Lan Cnunty.w .
ta two penm >rtjatds I Fret beflnrane *ennt* a-119- Royal AmhMwiitoT a* camp pillar Cama of FVrkta : ditch, and Untay will. .. niryThtra rtumMiu Toe MKittraouift !
*.M a-m. Sunday. era tor boy and girls ages > 1 It at.PassOcy tw I Its Tod ...*: F.ulur f Dw peeps Mn. Fran WhlV
Robert Bradwen. n. QtocrKegro. 14, WIll Mart Mummy Aipa CanOuse week II open Mr 26.23. be TWfay and Wtdnnday wlOiw Iw leered at the Katt SthnUl*
driver of tn* vent at Cony FWd Tennl "CMiaiunr Cox
ad Tht CoklmAl ship CvntMttM and Mrs *
2*. wffl bt held an Mondqr Mr Cttttnt wU iekl raw per
Waft "
MUdnd I 1 Anw. I JrIChI and Mr*. Bnrtwd sieved
r KegnTwert tatan by ..*. Tt'*dnrdsy* and I.mday,... sw wBbt a tag lod i4*T Sable bring Scaly a -eats.t to sesel ttw OOUHTf tOSWOm: provicUd: U stoner for Florida SlaW Uolvmity'i the WO Drtvt-bi Friday and III epedaJ totornl (njupa,
to Gadsdni Quay Hosprtal Bead fere**** per I2th and > coch fouacVrioa Kous shown clxrvt. It will fetor*? WIll be "Ifs WuwkfrNt "Rene WghdihU rf the KIM*
Ow > Southtra
and lie boy **dl tttt* drv( Ccholonbtp **
well was bo.pit tUed and UItmaim bnsM rrWI a-m. aflover B. V...c aIM --Warn al,hug wig be gives at Ow ant
There
voraMn boar. Boy tram 20 counselor fbJ* tall blm.Ms( cat
tog bouM residence
condtOo* boy. Tau asstwdees wotntci and a Ugiimlmj
.I July
ta sertou The World" On Ikmky will be"can. erunU' iMtdnii which awn
Frtd Uawsk Jr.. J*. of: O*>- are eipmci.d b ,.. Ow into *f Ftendt win beta 28} tudnto. 13 of them grodtMM ttudraX tadjlaf winder roaadaroon caolarihtp Miw Tour Horn,* etarttng 121, I f the T......Cfctrw:
cy, wit h pasMctra ta hKM WB MtM and eaa at: wnts bait* tTT ell Bee ldyahrt at Florida Skflav photo CIOUlteI1 Kaman i Harold ,,.,. )male.. I II 10. p5
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d I S!: TWO CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCT. FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 2J, 1984 ..,. ,

'''labor to achieve Die tame C CoQl-Eelicate-Rcfrcshiii2 Dessert-- -, slAileM :and inKiiSwik.

You are b.roby notlfl d that a
The casing room can In Our TfmeVACATtWATHOMl tall hae been flld kSklMt Ton
fiQ4
A RESOLUTIONIN throe to lour times dally re"1 and Walter A. Jrrnlian and
the 100 to 110 graders ( r ) Claire C. J.rnllaa, his wile In
at full capacity) '! the ..|H.I. .ntiU.eI i.u..; and 1
MEMORY OF I h.t rOil are b.r.by r.pgird t.
four to six thousand pound* per tae vnur answer with the Clerk
t
day. An average 140 foot barni I "f tnl. Court, and to torts a

R:. W:. Brother C. D. JohnsonSenior usually approximate 8300 OUnda. el J F rnpt ntlff Ih.r.of anoMl.r.open t"..pl.1Dtlff w bee.name. or.

Grading f INSTEAD of camta WITH and address let John B.
Floyd King Gregory who is In I L Koqutmore and Oray C. Ramaur. -
TRAFFIC HAZARP3 ANP ,
Grand Wardenof charge of the grading room 111)1tllAl |I 110' Barnett National Bank
THE TRIMS Of GOING
r Building Jacksonville, Finn ie,
UK ti
temperature kept at SOMEWHERE MANYVACATIONISTS hot later than Auguit talk A. D.,
the 80 to 90 degrees and the hurrd- 115.
Ity around 90 degrees In order to ARE If' TOO fall to do ..., Decree

Grand Lodge, F. & A. M., of Florida facilitate the handling of the tender CAN f/NPINS HAVE THAT A WONPFZ THEY: 2 a Pro SNlnet Confteeo you for will tha be relief entered d..

tobacco teat to avoid brralo: ML TIMS AT HOMC, + / landed In th* Amended Com
end etc. There are nine grade which lalnu
apply both to the natural and theCsndela The nature of said suit being

Secretary of Washington Lodge No. 2, tobacco. No. 1 Is the for mort.foreclo.ure... encumbering of that propertysllnats certain.

prime and the best leaf. Then It In the County of Oadsen >
F.&A. M. Is graded down to No. 2, S and I State of Florida, to-wlti
EY Best rorty-flv. Hi) feet of
1 and
I 4; No. 1 and 2 Broke; No. Lot Seven (7) W.et Flft...

WHEREAS, our beloved Brother C. D. Johnson pasted ,,,2 Shorts; Dark and finally XXL (II) reet of Lot Bit tel,
which Is uied only as filler, Block Two (I), Barnes Addl
away on May 17, 1964, terminating a full life of I I tins to the town of Chatta
service to God, his fellowman and the Masonic Fraternity Candela Poses "00010.., Fiori'.. aa the aim
': The processing and grading of OP )787 1t"AON.Fit Ii4C'A. appear of record In Plat
andWHEREAS Candela and natural I I. much alikeIn VTIONING TO ESCAPE THE HEAT Book Publlo Record of
mpects. Both are the Th legane of this fruit flavor gelatin dessert belles it* alma; Oadeden County, riorlda\ elt.uata .
many THOSE WHO
throughout his life as a Mason he gave I same plant and the difference Ir Iclty. Prepared with Hm flavor gelatin and the newest rub fruit FURNACE9 ARE HAVE ftNCWIQ HOT-AM I i .: Town, lying of and Chattahoorhee being In the,

unstintingly of his time, his talents and his counsel to I In the curing of the leaf In the favor glaUn*-strawberry-banana and pinesppU-grapefruJt, It's THAT THEY CAN HAVE XefRESHlNQ .. County of Gad.... and Slat
barns and the handling subsequent fight and perfect for summer.SurprlM GMr of riorlda, and being k
the Grand Lodge, the Masonic Fraternity in the Stateof COOL gRSEZES COM/MS FROM THE of Section Thirty-three I tart
and In benefitting to grading In the packing Balabow Dessert \ SAME CUCT9 THATPKOVIPB THEA\ Townehln Four (4) North
Florida, our Lodge particular,
'house. The notable difference 1 II 1 package (S o*,) 1 package (101.) 1 WITH WINTER HEAT. Rinse Hlx (I) W....
each and every member thereof, and that Candela, following grading atrawberrr-banane lint flavor gelatin f A ""'" WITNESS my hand and the
.z r Seal> of eald Court at Quincy
and sorting, Is tied in hands and
WHEREAS his life public-spirited, civic-minded. .flavor gelatin I cups boiliogwater Floridathis II day ot July.
as a In the cool until readyfor
hung room S cup cold water : ,.. A. D., loll.
God-centered citizen was typical of the best and high. bailing (now boxing) end sent lpackagsSos.) 1/2 cup drained canned ONE of me suwiEsr CENTRAL (Circuit Court 11.11)!

est teachings of Free and Accepted Masonry, now I on to cold storage. In the cool appl-grapfrult crushed pineapple Nit CONPITIONINO TUQ/ Clerk EDWIN 1 of BAURl th* Circuit Court
thereforeBE room, the new addition to the flavor gelatin 1 cup heavy cream J CAN MSTAtL9 THg Gg QUIK By Mary V. No...

packing i.jorWt'B:: found Luther each flavor of gelatin separately according to package ATTACH THREE PART tM/K mar Deputy Clerk
IT RESOLVED, by Washington Lodge No. 2, F. & A. Hook and overseeing directions wing 1 cup boiling water and 1 cup cold water for each FACTCtl('-5tALLP CONPEMSE* 't9 July 14, II ID. Aug. I 4t:
the operation In a cool 79 degree Chill until 'lightly thickened. flACEP OUTPOORS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0":
THE COOUN&
M., that in the death of Brother C. D. Johnson our I *. The cool room Is equippedwith Set bowl of itrawberry-bantna gelatin in a large bowl partly COIL /S ATTACHED TO Tint SBCOND JUDICIAL ('IRCOlT. -.'

Lodge, our Fraternity and our Community have suffered a 16.ton air cooling unit and Riled with lee and water Whip with sturdy better until fluffy andthick. f -= FURNACE AHP TVa/N9 THEPKCSENT JOINS COUNTY, IN AND ri/RlDA FOR OADSDBN

a grievous loss; that our Lodge, our Fraternity and I two heaters that work In combination Pour into 10-Inch tube pan and pl.celn refrigerator T THE TWO.lfiYW IN CHANCKRT. NO. l-llt
will remember with gratitude the to control the temperature Whip plneapplt-grtptfrult gelatin In urn way and fold I.ru.hed NOTICE OF rORBCLOSURIAtB
long I
our Community and humidity. This Is designed to pineapple. Pour over layer of atrawberry-bnana gelatin
bright example of his sincere devotion to the highest take some of the moisture out of Then whip lime gelatin and pour ever layer of plneappleIf.petruitIId MODERN COMPANY HQMBS a Floridarporatlon. FINANCS

Ideals of men and Masons the tobacco after caning and grading Chill overnight or until firm.LJnmold. ,
I the Candela tobacco and prepare Whip cream, sweetening to taitel spread on top and I Plaintiff

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that, In token of ,I It for baling and cold atm tides of mold. Garnish with fresh strawberries and canned plnepi < In Oar Pieta : Y.VERDELL H. MADRID KARRI.

the love and esteem which we had for our late Brother age. The heating and cooling Is chunks, U deilrid. Makes 12 serving SON and her "u..nd'LA!\.

a copy of this resolution be entered In the Minutesof I thermostatically controlled and BNCB HARRISON Dafendanls,
that when Candela
Yawn noted
the lodge, a be furnished to the press, and a I Notice Is heraby liven that the
copy processing Is over the room will Party News With i A Punch undersigned. Edwin Bout Clerk

copy be given to his family be excellent for the storage of __ NEW >YORK WOKLVS FAtK WSfTOKS of the Circuit Court of dadedon
natural tobacco which heretofore County Florida I will 1 on the srd
AND BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that Washington ARE FOAM!SACK OVfR.4 OOO)E4N day of IU4, at t1oe
has been stored In the sweatrooms TUB STORY OF MAN'S SEARCH fOTsecuRtrv A. M., at the front door of the
Lodge No. 2, Ff & A. M., remain In mourning for a where there Is only heat ";"' THROUGH toaaNS etna* 0&..... County Courthouse at

period of thirty days following the adoption of this very necessary In the winter on I"I :" ..t'' 7D diB 3Z'LW Al TAE) and Qulney sell, riorlda at hoot'o; to salo the

resolution. some days. flKTROHIC dMLE2\\ hlcheet. bidder for cash, the fol.lowlnr .

New Type Bow M91ORY Of deecrlbed' illu.
u"rrtllo
John W. Bates, P. M. New type correnated specially ;"" #e' ferrc IIV/NS ccm*. rtee o-wlii t.n Oadaden ,
,
Lewis H. Gregory, P. M. built boxes are used now in both /M' Commence at the Southeast
the Candela and natural process 1t corner of Reotlon 10, Tow.
Tewy J. McPherson P M. and are essentially the same for # J ship : North, Rants 4 W..q
.
County. t'lorld, and
both tobaccos except the natural t run thenc Wait alone ....
by the Lodge June 23 1964
Approved ,
parking boxes have t silt tn the tlon line for a dletanoe of
'tide to accommodate a thermometer four hundred ten <<10> fs.tl
.-- --- while tobacco Is In the sweating thence run North 14 decreefWeet
Y
f alone the Seaboard
I process. A thermomler Is Airline Railroad rlkt-of.
Student HouseIs Gadsden Boys placed on every fifth to tenth box way, for a dletano of tins
;In the sweat rooms. hundred l PINT'* (set>
feet to the Or BEOIKNINO -
The Candela or Cuban type M From the alt.
Provided By (Conllnund from Fag One) carton has several small silts on r6 ,, POINT or BEOlNNINff; rue

all four sides but does not requirethe r, thence North 17 dears II
and practical forestry as posalbleu" Aft exAinrte meiOCKPEVELOPCP s minute. Went for a dlstanc
uw of a thermometer as it REY O ERATEO MGODL'N A of two hundred nine County At FSUA goes to cold storage Instead ofIhe feet thenca run North 14 de.
Professional forester from the lWt'all'OOl11l. The cartons are fY THgfdYfTMVS 'e trees Weet for a dlitanc ol
1" ,o t MORE THAN three hundred fourteen
Florida Forest Service, the University (114)
and the and
12th house of the Southern of Florida School of Forestry 34 Inches square top ?OOO B C. WHICH flRST UT/llZEP food thanes run South 17 de.
bottom halves collapse into onenother. Trees 10 minutes Kaat for
THE FKINCinE ABAPTEP SYIINUS 5
Irholarshlp and Research Foundation and private Industry makeup dillano. 0'
two hundred
ThoM used for natural hClltMw.-wholoolcfClf nine
t this fall at Refreshing nsw for flavorful beverage YALE Jff TocevEtor mCMOreRH nOli
being opened the Instructional staff for the foeti thence run South
Florida State University.Dr. Camp counsellors Included tobacco are lined with a waxedbrown soft lease all taste this summer come with a nsw line of Instant PIN TUMBLER CYllNPER. LOCK WITH WHICH 14 degrees E..t for a dl..
camp.
IrOU'lal carry drink mixes I sweetened without lugar. Simply add water and HIS NAME&ASSOC1ATEPAROUND THE WORIP.mm tano. of three hundred four.
teaclll'rI.Coul'lt't IIf'i :
Mode Stone, president of vocational agriculture from of tobacco. ice cube to make 2 quart of low alon* refreshment! Mon (114) feet to the POINT

the Foundation, said 270 undergraduates In tropical forestry, This type also has one side Available In strawberry, cherry orange, and trap 1LMWt4. Cls.pmXsane' 'f6)tr' OP and BEOINNINQ: and being
and 12 graduate students rum farming forest tire proven- hat will drop for sampling\ after Savors, the pre-sweeUned soft drink rallberrJ': thirst-quenching "' 1rMI6/.Uf 11'' a' half containing(15) one and one.

all Foundation scholars, will lion and control, farm forestry It is stored. The Candela box Is drink for youngster and flavorful drink for wslght-wateher* of i and lacr"t'l

be housed In the 12 'houses this reforestation, forest Insects enddisease lined with a plain' brown paper, all ages--for there are only 6 calories per bounce glsss. For a sum. Quarter of the .outh....
fall but that 70 women and 25: men outdoor recreation and not waxed, and 100 to 110 pound men party, this punch served from a watermelon "bowl" would Quarter 00, IIEt: of net I of I..,.
who were eligible for scholarships wildlife management:: filled the at tobacco is parked In them please! oho poetess too-it I in very easy to makes I If771NG./i Jlo"Range 4 Weal Townehlp, In the I Oounty North,

bad to be turned away. eek's tight schedule.\ Recreation In citing some of the advantage S"w"-1l1eJa Peach of Oadeden, lists of riorlda,
The new house, which I t. for girls period included swimming soft- of the new method now tn we at I Thl.Identical being the name and
1 small of
watermelon X eoUwaUr parcel real
has been purchased through the ,Mil, shuffleboard, volleyball) and the Havana Tobacco Lest Sylve- 1 envelop Pre--Sweten quarts Strawb.rryhalvesStrawberry '' 14 arty aa conveyed to Mortga.Ri prop..
fund-raising efforts ot the people' movie ''It'r Yawn said that It i* falter Kool-Ald "rry 6I.A/J >r herein Verdell K. Madrid

of Gadsden County It will cost, Including The week's activitiy was high- than the old method and cut Soft Drink Mix, Mint(optional leaves)(options) Madrid. In(nee Warranty Verdetl Deed E.

additions, $26,000. A converted lighted by the selection of four down on breakage, handling and 'UH Itn wafer whoa Ic. cute* .r tidtd. from Vlney Las Madrid, dated .
on-lory brk'k residence, outstanding and presentation labor. July II, 1(11 and recorded.
from
campers
Conradl First prepare the melon I ; slice a lengthwise section the top ORLVT In 0. 14,
it I I. located at S25: Street 1WJr page IIS
ol award at a ban- i.'U''I
of the melon. Scoot out the fruit and _dl. (Cut fruit Into ball In O Records .f
Bear the University.The quiet Friday night. or cube to**' as appetiser or Thin cut triangularpieces Oadeden County, riorlda-. and
Gadsden House, as It has Sponsor of the camp are these State Honors downward around the rim, to :-r-J: edge resembling the le further' Identified ae belnr
been named will house four girls .. the eama and Identlral 10*
,
forest products Industries: Amen top of a picket f shell thoroughly. I'a
:OiICt'd foot by 114 foot parcel of
selected from other Foundation Ivan tr.i'JIJII. Farmers Association Continued from Page One) Meanwhile, I nix In cold water. Pour drink land on which Modern
(
houses to serve as house officers; Georgia; Armstrong Into melon shell for serving, and garnish with fresh strawberry Homes Conetructlon Company

16 residence freshman counselor.and Junior girls; and Cork CornpalMacon., sparkles "When I drat began I halves and mint. Make t quarts or about I Mrvlnn. f A tAN"M<< 'OF NEW liaR* a nee.hell._-type ted. frame or la erecting dwelllna-,

a her been Georgia; Container Corporation of was the greenest of the green I fAMOU9 TIMES SQUARE. PUTTIN9snu ""u.. for and at the beheat
Furniture for the house America, Femandlna Beach; Ercambia but while you're green you grow, ANA NEW MCI.. AS SWRPY of. said Mortgagor herein w
donated by the W. S. Babcock Pen pursuant ta final decree of
Treating Company, our home demonstration agent lAFF-A-DAY AS WHENT WAS fROOrP 40 fore
Furniture Company of Mulberry, weal; Hudson Pulp and PaperCompany told closure entered July JT. lees In
ui. YEAK9 ASOf ORfSINAL 9TfgLfRAMEWOKK the above-elyled cue
pending Ineald
:Florida. At an organUational i Falatka; international demonstration work ha 1 Of TIME9 70WER Court, Docket No l-lll.
meeting held for bouse officer, Paper Company, Panama City; made me a better homemaker and ". \f NHL hOPoCRTNEW'1Aaec4 (Ct rt. Seal)
and counselors, selection was Neal Lumber and Manufacturing FDWIN HAUL
#1e OfdWSTRy'
DLl/LO/N6.
of confl-
feeling !
1 have gained a Clerk of the Ctrsnlt Court
dishes and -0
made of sllveware, Company, Btountstown; OwensIlUnols -
dente In myself I feel I have Oadeden County, Florida
household accessories and these Jackmnvllle; Rayonler, By Douglas R. BaurDeputy
a broadening ot Intellect / --
have been purchased In order to nc., Fernandlna Beach; SU Joe experienced which 1* a natural remit \ JI'- .... -r : Clerk U

have the house ready for school Paper Company, Port Si. Joe; St.! of participation in a program ". 't- IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OFTHB
tall St.Mal''l SFCONI* JUniCtAI CIR.CHIT .
this Marys Kraft Corporation, /I *
ediration. Through
of continual 4\! .- or ri/miDA ii* AND
will do their own
The girls Georgia; St. Regis PaperCompany working and meeting with many FOR OAnonEM" COI-NTT. mTHANrKRT
housework, meal planning, gloeerypurchases IVnsacola; and the I have made new friends HI), t114PAUUNB
while living rent Buckeye Cellulose Corporation, group KLUS,
few ot neigh
: and helped a my Plaintiff
free In the scholarship house
Foley. added.Mr -
bur, she w'
They can expect to become adept Shepard will continue to v.MATTIS: ritXOV! AOLDWIRK, I
I
finance I JOHN WBDLJCT OOLDWIRK,
at household management .d
_
grow a* she will be representingall ,
and cooking, according to Miss Candela rjc OABW DtXON, JR, RERNICIO
the Home Demonstration r MILTON, BL1A BRTANT DIXON
Maudlne Blair, coordinator of member, club and councils .1 U1TTIB MAR "' )ION, ROBERT:
for the Foundation. JOHNHON. ALBERT JOHNSON
personnel
Diana Michelle! Gnffe ol Clean (Continued from Tag Om) the National Home Demonstration WlbUB PIXON., AtEO BRY.
Council meeting this fall InHonolul. ANT, ALBO BRYANT JR, AV'NFTTB
water, graduate student (highereducation mid about S5.000 pounds of tobacco ... Hawaii. This trip will : MOORS \IBIIIR
) at Florida Slate, will according to Yawn, which take about I. weeks beginning KCFfAV: CHARLES XEENAV.:

he residence counselor for The after the bam curing gorethrough October 17 until November *. JOHNNIe KEKNAN, EARL KRRNAV KEEN ROBER7S AN,!:

Cidsden House. Uppcrclaasmen an additional to to 40 She will also rrptwent the Flor- D.tsndants.
serving a* house officer will lei day curing In the sweat room Ida Extension Homemakers Connrll r NOT( rl

Lucy Dyal ol Fernandln Brach; This pp= only: the natural at other meeting throughout LATEST THtN! Rat BRftzyffACHKf. TOl EU LOTTIB., BRYAN MAE DIXON DIXON, ,

Judy Longsworthof IVnaacola; tobacco I Is to blend the the year. ... MA6HCTK PIAY/N& I CHARLES KEBNAN '
Nancy Wiggins ot Mulberry and colors ot the leaf die cuter CARDS TMUT CUH3 TO TMff 1 jr>HNNIR' XEENAM ALE<1

Cheryl MoGahey of Leisure City wrapper ot the cigar) Into the fQARO. THtHOTEEL WIRCfMgrtVCP I BRTANT.AN JR, ROBBRT .
f t; KERN
Freshman and Junior Foundat,light brown color *o much desired Stockholders fft CAXP3 t9HEtP ) XEBNAN. ......Sd. leiml EAR1 rea.Menca .
ion scholarship\ holder are: by cigar manufacturer. BY MA6NET3CONCEAIEPH l and addreea Is .nkn.......
France Gayle Jemlgan\ P. 0 In the sweat room period, THC .If living, and If dead, your heirs'

Box 1M, Bagdad; Judith A.Brad. Yawn laid the old bulking process (Cnnllnurd from Page Om) 6 xt Y..,.,5.5oxo he.N.4 wJs.ao.,_..J p1A6r7LEk13- RAY/Alai.9r/RrS4Ce, TO legal ROBERT rep..*: eniatlvea JOHNSON or _whom..n..

1colon 14U 11th! Ave., East Marty, has been eliminated In favor tend. Johnson stated that special "I don't know it'd be kind ot & dirty trick .ow 1 rr legal reeldenre and eedreea -.
: Cynthia Maxyne ot the use of corregated" paper speakers for the event will be announced I* Ml Highland Av.enne
St., Clearwater: itr Hlghlanda Park.
1834 Sherwood boxes rather than bulk In the at a later date wouldn't Michigan

Sally Ann Klein LOS Mason Park Havana Tobacco Leaf operatlwi The Federal Land Bank AIIOo Yea your heir, and legalreareaentatlvee

Drive, Daytona Beach N. Tecumseh; Cathy This 415
Yvonne Sledge, Louise processing although bone are nearly 900 FLEA'S throughout Ray Burke and L A. Butler level at the last national meeting Methodist partition of the following *eacrtbed .
Av*., Ft. Meade; Beverly 'used but not bulking or sweating the nation which will be holding cited Kelly for improper (chang tn 1><3. The Gadadea County Forestry property, to-wl i
Davis. Box 287 Route No. 2. Ki s- New Castng Boom Begin at k point oaj the Woatelde
annual meeting during the next lanes and having an acci County Council wilt probably
Immee Cassandra O. Frontroth. feature ot the feral ltd (On.d.n.1 from fag One) Service report no wood fires at Qnliwy and rarrvtll
; Another new .
few month )FLBA make long- follow suit and then dub* The I Rod where ......
St. Lake Worth: I II dentThe tai the week Number of III
101 Montague packing firm's operation term Federal Land Bank loan second weekly accident occurring long established well known phil, Tennessee; Mr*. 0. D. past quarts eertlon line that a I.
Barbara Ann Kolean. Ml Canon the new casing room which is to farmers and rancher and the at the comer ot Jefferson Home Demonstration Club may Thomas Tuscaloosa, Alabama woods fires since January 1 of vldea th. Northeast' auarter.

Avenue. New Port Richey Mussel; White Carol used for both Candela and naturat territory serviced by the FLBA of and Shadow Street happened soon be called the Extension' Mrs. Guy M. Hicks Alexandria;, this year add up to 2S, burning (HK tNE"|> .f.tram Northeaet the ..<...h.."....*

Jean Harper. 2308 type of tobacco. The room na* Marianna consist of the fifteen Monday afternoon involving a Homemaker Oub. Louisiana; Mrs. Ralph Slxi esker, C4 apt.. Number of woods fires I aarter (111':11 of Northeast
Street, Orlando; Sandra Carol heat and humidity control and caaorommodate West Florida counties. 1M1 Volkswagen driven by Karen Conway. South Carolina: Mrs. |> af Seetlo
Belt; Rout X Box e. and May- 174 stick of 50 Ann Forte of Cleveland. Ohio John Paul Stone San California reported at this time a year ago Twsaty-tops CD. Townehl
Diego
,
Box 4H'ersCfta.1ki.Kl totaled ST, burning 33 J acre Threo tit beak Bang Pour
lens Meek, 5. J12. 40 leavesd
hand (averaging
and an auto driven by a minor ; the Rv. A. Gen Parks, (4t Weet .-. aa.1 I' road
Plant Qty; Diana Theresa blur tobacco at one time. t.W"krs Five Accidents acconkng to officer Ckcil E. El I Miami Beach and the Rev. Lloyd : The rainfall ta tilt Quincy area thane mn Wait Seventy
2545: Webber St., and Sharon ... ff* ...
ray. pose ot this prorea Kits ot Fort Lauderdale former p. ) thenca south *
Bwd, :J09 Briggs Court, Sarasota: two and a halt hours per k.. of Both driven were charged with ( tram rg Oa) tor the past sewn day averaged Sots (T*> rarae, theeic Kee*
I mlkmu7 lu Cuba and Argentina. 2 50 n .daIt. UO Havana, :
East tobacco (IJ./laaed froM fag Ow) ; Seventy (7*) yare ta aai4l
Susan Eileen McCaoklll,17O5 the
tobacco, la to process failure to use due care to avoidan are to charge of crafts. i.80; and county average UO. Quts.r aM r reao.
henry Avenue, Tampa; Gay Diane for handling In the sorting vehicle, wa traveling North on accident Th cue was turned All 4-tfen will return to Quin I A special caries This Racket Shone. stoe. = aide ol
Cameron, 115J5 Cult Blvd.. and grading room. Yawn points over to Juvenile authorities for II Called far I Mld road t. pntut .f k*.
Adams Street at a high me ofspeed. i tt Friday afternoon about 4:SO. Freedom high schoolgirls .
aatalnIt
Treasure Island; Donna Le Mahaffey this replaces the old to I : Board of Corwrvattmla f'I': e She. 51' .
that State
out Bradwell traveling In the further bnwtttgation. Damage Girls attending from Caddt Is bring taught by Miss Poty The mars ae luau. Said tart
129 W. Prospect Ave.. water-spray method wnkfc required tame direction attempted to par the Furin vehicle wa* SUUs.The County are: Uarlyn* Seay, MUs Lassitrr, assistant director das mponsibl tor regulating and stO-O hlag and b.ing 1*

Winter .-. ronriderable. handling and when Htiuon lost control and wen other vehicle was not dam ** Ak-Phenm, Beth Uamll, Wesley loundaDon, Motodust I promotmt the salt water promoting State She Ceealy of rterMa.f 0.W. 551

oft on the right shoulder some aged. Leslie Hairs Peggy Sue ONeal. student tooter at the University the salt water product .... buss flU4 .*.1... real aa ryeej
43J fret, then pulled baric en the I Sheryl Tbompwn. Cathy Tharn.. ot Miami.Among of Florida.II us yeeir bat,. ar logal reerMeatalivea -

road in front ol Bradwell. Brad- HD Council Nancy Sanders Chrrra VI SapR those attending from the 'l'HS CIRCVIT CCH'mTAND IN are r.gslr.4a.
MERRILL'SSPECIAL well applied the brake skidding Jean Tnompwn, Betty Edward, Tallahassee District ta addtttca I run QAMtxrx 'OY.. arve Plea4l k ga eopy t* t of aea rear u'wn.[
I 12* feet hitting an embankment Ubby Thorns Barbara MahkOry. to Mrs. Johnson. Cmterenc rtX>Rir.na>A. U CUA.tCKRT.BAVKKR Complaint an U* PlalMtfr at.

on the Ml ride of the road, then Name Changes Sandra Woodbery. Suaan dark President. President.Mrs. Ho. MATtOHAt. IUM OfSfRANOB loess,. Owrlua L. Plereav 1571.

swerved back hitting the Iron UerUya Hair. r.BIftIeIt.. Oyat Dempsey, Ltv Oak roM'......'. Eeat, FI.Jerferam..... a*Straet* the Tattakae.oea original
tender el the other car and again On of tie big new strides ef, Ltada Ned Bennett Laura Wood District Secretary of MUstonary a aarMestie.4 1'1aIautt. ...... or pleading. k> the e<.
losing control turning over tour the 40th meeting athi Stale. ward. Jean Subrr. Lasts V ary, Un_ Mr*. Lyon & Crosby.Crreosboro I flee of the Clark or the abets
I ttmesv Bradwell wa throw out Horn Demmstratkn Coso il,i DoN Ion Patricia Edward, ;; Daniel Vice Preatdrnt HAROLD t**> .! u. a .L, Cane oa or wrora the tl deyof

ONE RACK OF of his car II feet and his pajawgerATIM. which was held last week at Call Thompson. Margaret FinuO.Unda Mn. E. V. 0SUbkn I "OTIcor .rr.aaw. fall August t. ... aa.A. )D...4mt IM4. *Jf r you.e-

r AU. was the changing of It* Aid and Debra Kefavy. District Secretary TNB STATS ur rU>KU>AM fasts will ha eaie "4 agalket
Both vehicles were Mai lone name. By unanimous vote ttwa Boy from Cadedro County at- Tat Mrs. VMor Joteeon, bock TVI Harald V. ant w.... ,....* far the raUf doima.*. fa

SUMMER DRESSESBobbie L H. Cleveland and t W. Russell changed M State Extension trading are BUty npptU. Lee ot Tallahassee. Yee, its. wife sad U setsaw A.5es4.4 Bill lint of at OvpiatM('..snNst.t.I'oR sad

investigated the accident and Homcmaken Council.Th Woodward Robert Subrr. Eddie tot_.a.arad p.1r naptttve aids in MMu- ATT ORDKRU StJalary
charged both driven wife exweriva change wa* mad became Spoonrr Larry, Sadew. W, Bay. The pee that Florida Lisa ksaws ...sets, ass, liner Oo. >*eei Oejaty. --
Brooks Nellie Don SerbiansAT aped and Hnson: with causing of a need to clarify ins goal and Douglas Ray. Kmnefn Peat muuXl) I* OM of till lasacatfraaa ro.pestha Sakaews ....... ,Ma.....tkk I* key at Jaly. A tXSKAt
......
an acddmt not confute their group with cam.lit George Powtfl, Ranald Monk tlah. the Stat Board cfConienatkM an. ..red.t.ewts.lus ( )
554
Monday monung WUtte C Kelly dPmonetraron. Wayn Mlley. Un MahaOry.WtaM oflrr tr** UM re- hnrwi anteetawtst *r. Ma VaarCLERIC

ONE LOW PRICE 75. ot Patton Street traveling In durucHav tt was broughtout KJiialrtrk Jerome J *> dpea. ......-. ..*. er ><>... >BM or CnCXTT.cuKTrrOAIHIC rLOaJD4 t"I'Mt'P.
Meat on Jefferson Street turned that the members ol 11M group inns. David Jevkki. Larry Kr > HarM. V M .*4VM Sands H, Pa *laa *. Bawlry
,
left Into the right at* of an were busy making borne 'er, Billy Dean. David Butter. Ln Most n4x.a5te. Flortd boss .sews kM Ie w"be" wk...*_sea..sat.. Ctork
auto driven by BUI\ Shaw, J.. onty used oemonttranon .* u-a lit Robert Burke, BIll Btaunt Aady > local laws cuncnti* sonujlsbtog. .r slats.. a" alt puns.ie n'arlt.e &. Pwms
Baat JefteraM SOi.et
$8.95 Negro Iran Quincy who wa ant teaching" method to pas on to euVen BMsThots. Ronnie said David sktonfivlng and __. gee 1 i la ee elal iag :: = Tallakieeie.tens r> rt*.
tempting a left urn. the many thongs thai they were Pmrrtah Jot Snuta David'your rontrmaoa etfker for .' as I rts.I. tttl. se tI Lltamaf fw rtaWOftJ
The Shaw vehicle suffer** JIM''I ruwg. This style to Ban SmI 1- j I I *.:: Is pr Sb.cty 5.15.sitar = y M. I*. AM 1 '* II


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RaB lb. Del Monte Cream 303 Can
&ii GOLDEN CORN fo |6c
Larien 303 Can
FROSTY MORN VEG-ALL S. 1 15c
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HAM SLICES lb. House 303 Can
YOUNG mmmI APPLESAUCE ft; 15 C
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BAKING FRUIT COCKTAIL Say 2k 1
HENS lb. 33eL 3:
Del Monte Early Garden Tall CanASPARAGUS'
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1Fff'' 3 GROUND Ibs. 88' lb. 28BONUS Gerber APPLE SALMON White Home Strained I JUICE Quart s ion S. 25c 53c

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BUYS!' .- PHILADELPHIA CALIFORNIA Carnation Instant 14 Quart
Peaches DRY MILK fc 99c
CREAM RED HAVEN .
Instant 5 O:
SANKA COFFEE Say'
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? CHEESE 2 Ibs. 9CALIFORNIA MACARONI Kraft DINNER %; : 16c
Xelloggi 18 Or.
WHAT 10X :,. 3 Oz.Pica... IOc CORN FLAKES T 33t
EXTRA FANCY Pott's Bran
WILL BUY! FLAKES S .
TOMATOES PRUNE ;; 30eFamily

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KLEENEX FAMILY 2 lbs.49FRUITLIBBYDRINKS
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NAPKINSSTANDARD of Pica 60'. IOe DOG FOOD %T 73t

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES rise in our standard of living during IbamfcHwd Infant
ad eontnulni DIVIDED WE FALL |The National Outlook I earlier periods Indicates that Dillon S C An abaadteed12cteyold

THE: CHATTAHOOCHEE!: TRIBUNE competition was then a reliable I Infant was found to a carat

Published each Tbundav it IS S. Madison StreetA I By George Higrdora --- econlmlc regulator and protector a service station. Hospital
John H f orrx NtuitnaptrBSTABI I Gardiner C. Mean* Is an old traraporation, to travel around lot the consumer It follows that It,spokesmen said the baby was In
.1SHED: 1801 ,,Mlcr I Uw Is of better'good condition Left with the
r 't in war against to-call- comparing products and prices. capable doing an even .
I i warmly dad baby boy was a !:
Quint'I'1orlda ; I led Industrial concentration For The housewife had one local Job' under modem conditions of
_. ........ tS gun.oral i I pound ban of diapers and a mixed
P. Peal us QuI""Y some thirty yean he has been store In which she could wider choice I I formula that was still warm.
One Year. 13.00 Two Years M&O Six Month II.78 telling the tame story-the de make her purchases- he could I The "Decline and FaD of Com
line In competition ai a dependable not go from shopping center to petition' Is a dramatic story as
J, L. Butchi&noD -- Puklllh regulator of our econorois shopping center before making her I Professor Mean tells It. But it:
_Don Carman __''- A4.lIttif end News RACE r sjslem (decision Is myth not history
{ In a recent pnwentation beforea The same technological developments -I
Congressional Committee be that led to mass production ,Return Watermelon
OQib4 tarts. characteristically with a in large firms enormously ,St. Cloud, Minn A man walked "n !Ir
4 NATIONAL description of the American economy expanded the choices available to i I Into the Stale Reformatorywith
EDITORIAL of a century ago. It was consumers Once coal producer'' a big watermelon under his
rtnit y ''A C 8T/tN{ / an economy of family terms and i competed only with each other, :I'arm lie explained to officials
J'iF mall enterprises.He Now they compete with petroleum I that his conscience had botheredhim
o 1 4Lt, sums up with the remark natural gas, water power, since 1947 when he stole a
iear 0 that In that period: National economic and ,1Ucl'ar1'0'! Railroads melon from the prison farm The
policy could be decided on(I have to compete with truckers I prison superintendent told the man
the basis of a assumed that all:I and airlines frozen foods com- to give the melon to a needy fam- .. .al
production carried under 1 I'pete with frash and canned foods, fly
was on
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LONG, LONG TRAIL V. conditions of classical plastics compete with lumber and -" -c' =
ion The CIOI11JX'IIt'1 metals, television competes with
Whether w.'v. for progress or against It. were stuck statement Is devoted to movies The reader can fill In NATIONAL STANDARD LIFE:
from the
with the existing confusion. And with more and more on the basis of statistics on the,many other of examples his lifetime, experience
own
people living on less and less land, it's no longer trueif that stun and this number assumption of business no longer firms] \'Hal Issue present
( it ever was) that: "What we don't know won't hurt us applies The question of whether competition
Take (he once uncomplicated matter of keeping clean. What l. Contpxtltlua Is more, or less Intense P
used be Is matter of
Just than It to a
Being brought up in the conviction that "Cleanliness is what li Is meant not bv c'll'ar."daiuricalcompetition" Sane l more than academic Interest The I R

next to Godliness," salvation seemed simple if we just df'fnltJonlllflt! up theoretic norm I
washed enough. So people spent lavishly to get indoor ? which never have applied and N O
bathrooms and laundry tubs. Soon we had to have two or never could apply, In practice. Floor Covering S G
But the Implication li that competition 6
three bathrooms in house then automatic washing
one ,
a* the word /Is understood *
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machines Laundries became big business, and first we payroll, accounting, research, quality control, parts and In common parlance, In I less Including Form.1Inlaid U

knew, coin.In.the-slot laundromats began the line a new maintenance service for all of the plants, together with in Intense the In horse the.and Jet.buggy axe than davi it was Unoltum ebbs. R ; A
word ," into the mother.tongue-and the polymer plant would be vtarl corkCounter
"detergents came an important acquisition to But a more realistic reflection A M
"soap" went out. In due course, bubbles began appearing the central town. on the commonly known historical A
in the tapwater whether it came from the city waterworks What such a plan could mean 1s well illustrated In a i Tacts should convince us that the Top N M
reverie Is trus
or the well in the backyard. And there was a fine report by the "Committee of 100' of the Alabama Chamber I very Is a matter of having a Competition wide variety WorkAU C I
to-do when scientists discovered this was because, unlike of Commerce. A plant in a small community with a, of choices) open to the customer .
the did "break down" labor and soap, detergents in wastewater not surplus employing only 100 people will,' the
buy and who he
will buy it from.
under sewage treatment, or in leaching pools or in septic the Committee says: I(I Our grandfathers and !great fm G

tanks. Give $700,000 per year additional spending power to grandfathers respect than we do Expert Installation
So the chemists went to work on this alarming mani the 100 employees and their 250 family members. now. I. L JONES
In the essential localized
festation. At long last, in recent months, we have been Increase band deposits by $229,000. marked of a century ago there, INVEST IN THE FUTURE
assured that a biodegradable" or soft detergent, that Increase spending in local stores by $330,000 per year. were, as a practical matter, few, SHElfERRBUTCH
breaks down readily and goes away under modern sewage Add three to four new stores to the community. choices available in most purchases rli7ed.K SERVICE IS OUR STANDARD
has been developed and will Increase automobile sales If a farmer needed a plow,/ "'Qf"' Y J.lut..
treatment procedures by 100 cars.The he had It made In the local l black IJtHy nO-lOA
replace the old-fashioned "hard" detergents by the end of satellite system, says Mr. Carter, would not only smith shop, He could not spare I QUINCY FLORIDA PHONE 856-5354
1965. be suitable for manmad. fiber production lines, but also the time, and had no means of _.
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But we are warned, it is still too soon to crow While the have applications in certain chemical and light electrical I I If II

blodegardable detergents give up readily Under sewage manufacturing industries

treatment which is exposed to the air, they degrade very

slowly best In airless septic system or treatments and QUINCY
are specially troublesome where the entire flow from a

laundry is involved. So the shocy.troops of science are CALENDAR OF EVENTSA
still on the job One crew, right now, Is manning the Johns
Manville "Labmobile," a special trailer with a variety of

filtration equipment, including a filtration system to remove Community Service by the

from wastewater. This research tool is ,
detergents Sf
der.r
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Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627 8516
touring the country, testing and processing waste and y 1l
potable waters whereever there's pollution to run down
Calendar Is based on Information reported by club o .
the
and attack at source.
lines will haveIt secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding -
As matter stand, those on the sewer
made when the soft detergents are available, But many publication.

large dispensers oi wastewater into septic tanks, leachIng Thursday, July 23- Canning Center, 9 5; Florida State

pools or streams, will need special processing to protect Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberts St. '4...' P
I the water supply of their neighbors Vigilance is still V t. ; in order (for those with private wells and nearby disposalsystems. Friday, July 24- Canning Center, 9 5; Alcoholics "' ,4<
)
I Anonymous and Al-anon family group, 8 pro, St. ,I,'- 'j..f \ :' .''!
I Paul's Parish House; Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson I! !?tl J. 1.L
House; Air Force Recruiter, 9. 12 noon, Post Office. "}t. .t, '. .
Thomas ,
I tBJ Fades Norman 't': ;
leaders Monday, July 27- Kiwanis Club, I p,m., Jefferson House; ,, tF tttt.t
President Johnson, In an address of greeting to ;
Canning Center, 9.5; Eastern Star, e p.m., Masonic wJ l'
of various organizations oi so-called "senior citizens" who
:
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Building: Social Security Representative, 9:30 .
met In the White House last January 15, said: : a.m. _; ,fr:
Courtroom, Courthouse. ; S
"We are going to try to take all of the money we think I I.j f /
.
Is unnecessarily being spent and take it from the 'haves' Tuesday, July 28- Canning Center, 9 5; Rotary Club, #" i ',", ', 4L

I and give it to the 'have nots' that need it so much." 1pm. Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic k ..I". ('' '' '1 0" f.i L' q

This statement at the time, was written off in many Building; Business & Professional Women, 7:30: p.m., 4 .... "
the medicare Xlttrell Restaurant. : .. .
quarters as Just another aphorism to reassure ... _
proponents that the Administration would go all-out Wednesday July 29Navy Recruiter, 10:30 Post ,. I .1' ,
: a.m. ,
for health insurance tied in with social security so that ".. ,
Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Klttrells Restaurant Exchange /0
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the "haves" (who didn't need or want regimented medical ,/
Club, 1pm Jefferson House Cen-
; Canning (
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the'"have
would b. for
and hospital services) paying '
lIot.". ter, 8 5. ,0' '{, ; ,

I But anyone who has given any thought to the Presid Thursday, July 30- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida State ,...wifc..Ht4' .......n amass. "' ,. s
ent's pending "war on poverty" bill is sadder and wiser Employment Service, 9 -3, S. Robert St. ( .iR .
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earlier LBJ statement ,i. to'< ,
and ready to accept an .
today Friday, July 31- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon ,.,. '.,... ''',1'\. .tI"'" '/ A ...
Tribune of
Y Herald
quoted by Robert Spivack in the N '\ '1 # :Yf
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Family Group, 8 St. Paul's Parish House Can > AIo 1' "' ,r. .
liberal Let tell p.m. ; I 'i
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not me ,
last December 1: "You am a ,, .
say '
you I am more liberal than Eleanor Roosevelt, and I will ning Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12, Post .' Q, ..tJ ." K+


prove gave me it to my you.start"Franklin D. Roosevelt was my hero he Monday Office, August 3- Kiwanis Club 1 p.m., Jefferson : : :

/ And, if that is not proof enough, there is the very recent House; Canning Center, 8.5; American Legion. John N.OW : '
1 praise of our President by Norman Thomas, standard- W. Shaw Post 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home; ; Fem. H. THIS!

I bearer of the Socialist Party, and its quadrennial Presidential Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30, RAM, ,

candidate as far back as memory serves. In hi. Tal-Mar-Quin Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building: .

I encomium, Mr. Thomas made it plain we thought, that Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., CourtRoom,
since LBI expects to run this year, he, himself may now Court House. -
take it secure in the realization, that the banner of 'df
Socialism easy is in strong hands. Tuesday, August 4- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, I D rfB'I! areDrices

For the purposes of the measure now before Congress, I p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board MeetIng !

"poverty" (which had been generally regarded as a condition 8pm., Club House; Lions Club, 7pm., Kittrell's

threatening starvation) is the parlous state of a Restaurant j

citizen with a cash income of no more than $3,000 a year Wednesday, August 5Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Post slash

who would then be ellgibletoe to economic ..alvatlonund.r Office, Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant;' Exchange ing

on. or more of the innumerable "program" this Club, 1 pm, Jefferson House; Army Recruiter

Robin Hood legislation would provide. Post Office; Canning Center, 8 5; MarineRecruiter tr
those who are puzzled over this $3,000 figureIs rice...
Among 9-12 noon. Poet Office. t s
Senator Strom Thurmondwho .. I
South Carolinas Democratic before
points out that: "More than a million members of I! as. never t
the US armed services make less than this amount and

that $3.000 a year is poverty, "it seems contradictory ;41\ ;Mc s fi.e.se .;
that in 1963 the Government collected $3.54 billion in personal TIED DOWN? t'' i
Income taxes from the U million Americans hav. ', HIm:

lag incomes of less than $1,500" : \ : I
Something is rotten in Denmark? No, in Washington.And .

you ain'I heard nothing yeti 'I' ';, i

j LET UPI (II IIJlllt.mni

Hear This ,
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With minor exceptions there Isn't a small city or town aem 1 rn
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in America and our is definitely included that would't 'r1)L Iy

like to have some new industry moving in. r

Unfortunately, there has been a trend ot late in the .. '
other direction. This has been especially true of manmade .

fiber plants which have expanded rapidly and

'outgrown the labor market of the communities In which Now's the time to join the swing to the success cars of the year-the fabulous '64 Dependable
they began plants with production of 20 to 50 million
pounds a year or more, and requiring 1,000 to 2.000 from Dodge! New model time is fast approaching and your Dodge Boys are determined to move

workers.But I out every one of their great Dodge Dependables-even if it means slashing prices to the bone!
now comes a break in the clouds that have been

gathering over many a town. Ralph H. Carter who is a kitchen telephone is your quick, euy way Fabulous 440's Giant 880's Delightful Dodge Darts-all at prices that have to be seen
oi the fiber division of Lockwood
manager Greene Engineers synthetic New York, sees a way out to keep you happily touch with ev r>thui lI and to be believed 1 Go see your Dodge Boys today and make the deal of your life on the car of your

Instead of the single large plant, Mr. Carter vlsualUee everyone. Call cur business attire today sold order a life-64 !

a group of sit to ten highly specialized spinning! plants) kitchen telephone la your choke of color

employing 100 to 300 people and located in towns within Dodge'J''I
a radius of 50 to 75 miles of a control center and a polymer

plan) supplying the raw material. Such a plan, he ; f
says, would give the manufacturer the advantage of local E '

labor markets and improve the towns' economy without *
bringing population concentration increased living Quincy Telephone Co DODGEBOYS LESTER MCTORS, INC

costs and traffic problems Control operations, which WEST JEFFERSON STREET Qulncy. Florida
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News not lone age reported that I ANSWER: Yes, Indeed. In any * *
a third revolution in the food jone of acveral ayt.
ltillnc Industry u In the making You give no cue ai to amount

i(Involved or ages, but let'a assume
NEW CAR ? I According to a U. S. Department 'gar are 31 and have .In mind aett- ALL OF OUR MEATS AND MEAT
o( Agriculture expert In aside $)0 monthly for this

I 'the revolution Marketing Service occurred. the with firsttwo the line life. By iruurnm-e using a policy Family with Income PRODUCTS ARE GOVT INSPECTED I

Introduction at 41> self service
sister
:your u beneficiary you
and i2> the tunernurkri.. No. II '
I k-ould set up through a 31.000
illh'm illt' where j aU of the policy, a plan which would give STEWING CENTER CUT LOIN
Ma*. Including meat, pnxhioi/your aster S3.Ooo a year unhl 20
and dairy Items, supplied from years from today and aim provide
central service warehouses with (2SOOO In rank which might
no "batkromn" aim-age or open be dlvkted ai H5000 for yoursister HENS CHOPSlb.
alloni at the mail Hor.
and
S5uoo each for
your
In the wm issue nt the marltl'tpubll..Uon
two children. On the other hand!,
la another article,
If you live to tee them through

,different however type.1tidI ot suggests fond retailing an even lain to thia have age In yourwHt.It 8.000 the in policywould cash r

the offline. It If In operation
abroad. The No. 4 revolutionham't value for youraelf or could tit 69cREGULARLY
even been Introduced In converted life Insurance to $14,000 of paid-up b.. 23c

this country yet, ao far u I know. Or of you preferred a plan .
But at the rate channel: are
vhlch had lens rigid terma ao
throughout the
inK there place a food chance well lak'j that any change In cowlilkmthat 79c
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came along might be motmore
.
It here one of these day\
candy, but could setup
What r rail No 4 U working In you
a life Inmirance trust leaving
Stockholm, Sweden It dormtevm
the proceedi of a Kl.OlHlt tenn U. S. GOOD ROUND
have market. It
a
Iniurance policy I na trust which
on a catalogue and 'II\II'ral"'l wood pay out roughly. tl.OtiOtvarly
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ill
Uhat'i mute pncci to your' liner, hut be ablelo OXTAILS4bS.97c
aging Ut to 2 prr rent under, adjust to drcunulancei readily !. STEAKlb.
those' of conventional food retailer
A varying aiivwnt of cash
would be left; for your slater, depending
(, : how Ping ot
: taking on a gap
The Nn. 3 revnhiticin now
place will hardly he vlmhle 10 time was Involved but It probably
'hopper What It aims \lo do I I.I would be about Iho same u In the
Imreaa the efficiency and reduce case of the policy above And 88cREGULARLY
ooxta of handling and preparing 1 If you lived lo tee your children
there would he
fur sal l the several thousand -I through yourself
I Item. found today In a bigtupermarket. hurt the aame amount of ash .
:or paid up IneurarN aa In die

i AU prm-enlng, packagingpricing cane of the policy above 98c
The mat. tooltIP educed U
prrpnration for sale, accounting
and buckram Haras: lie amounts Involved are reduced
function are removed train the and there are uminteraMe other
market to a Hlntribtition center 01 variations which could he appli
annie other crnlralliwd location ed. This la too Important and proonalized Jackpot $150.00NEXT
lo work out at kugrtinUive.
Markrt managers (re MUM
prohlem In getting union to arorpl Gaiwlt your agent and WEEK'S NEXT WEEK'SJACKPOT
hell work nut a lulled
such a a>lem orcatwe It will program
tend to rwhice the kilal labor to youru.. JACKPOT CARD WAS NOTPUNCHED
force. However shortages! nt r
killed labor, such ai bulihrns $200.00 $200.00

exist In tonic area and union
cooperation U expected u time

r I got* on. -- Bonus Winners -

I sure our average AROUND

IAmerican: III11'khnlm'l hotwewife would home lake Mrs. J. B. Folrcloth. Chattahooch..
readily to parchase Th.

food. retailing enterpruMHemknp. -I II SQUARE Mary Hill, 15 McArthur St. Ma. Part Swttg Gr.tna

She like lo aee moet of the
t I item the. hiiyi She wants lobe sr .ub.r Franc Jackson. 201 Ky St Lucillt DarU.Rt.3. Box 365

able to heft \pinch It, read I
me label, amen H of
,down thins a knowlfd.Nbl'l YELLOWONIONS

hopper tell socual .
selection, You TIW'..'. gnei the crfa ket again
before making a i
In case you are ..>wonderlng--
cant do that U )'UtIJ'adIo with,
have had the III
tlemknp. 1m system cnulirti of we hanptrat
a highly automated warehouie: a:cricket In the otru> fur UM pall
Dee nt 60 delivery truck and al few weeki 'Have heard that a
with 80 cricket on the hearth la a gooduck
telephone room pluses
SHARPENUP and operator to take order maybe our crk-ket hereIn
Ill 40,000 ruatomen receive amonthly the office la a gent' omen REG. 7 C
\ order by Certainly think Senior GIr4Itoout
catalogue
3 For 29c: ''b.R'9.
phone and nave heir find and Tronp 101 should publlah .
merchandise delivered to the the memoirs << lla recent trip to
YOUR PENCIL home, Deliveries, carefully plotted the World I Fair Was weak with
and assembled at the ware" laughter after reading parts of
house, are made throughout the a "log". kept by ne of the group 2 Lb.. 29cWHITE
I city and to fII"tytnclp1l' u tar *. Have you ever heard of "apunk
I 40 mllei : waterT" If you've read "Tom
I away.Hemkopi burinex volume In lawyer by Mark Twain, you
If94. Ill fleet year ot operation have. For the uniformed 1;spsnkwater" PEAS lb. IO
colWti
was $100,000. Today It t* more U rain water that
than itx million. In tor itumpa sort la stored r
cnnlaln a magte IntredieM thai
If predicted pattern develop In will remove _ra''.. Well aeveral'ear
the cincenlntton of American attn when Terry Rnlierla
AND BE r
DOLLARS AHEAD population In ironing yean, It leth and Riady'i young'unwain CRISP FRESH CELERY
seems Inevitable that gnu radical high achonl he hud mm
dainties In retailing malt ruuMe wtlh wana-- the iloryor
*. My daughter told him annul
ai Hemk'ip method, will be making -
I their appearance on mil aide k'water," ao he Inaiiied the
ot the Atlantic.It brig to red foe Mm tory 1Ac
I wont be M alm.15- or 20 She did-In a little glass $rand -
yean '. to jump the he wai cured sluM thuughtanme R.g. 19e Stalk
FINANCEADVANCE car and hll"evern a rln market of you wmrtd to know
for the grncerle Heavy irate hnut that little rem.ty I
Bc and crowded parking area flaw A. 0. DrlRgen taMly mow-
take a kit ot fun out of dally ,log nil yard father day. 1 bid he
hopping right now. Already mughl a brand new power mower
IN wire ireing more and more small that started Ualhr"tmllct: ; Mr*.
"convenience" Morel, open arv- Irlggen now-
en days a week from 7 a m. m but sIr ham'1 pall any attenlkn
II pm., pupping up In areas to II.
where pcipuUlton htdk.ate. aufflcient -'I The health center should hemtmpleted
nrlghhnrhnnl patronage lo ssnhaven'tward/ the
warrant their eetahllnhmrnlMot i exact date a* yt for the grand
NO. 303 CANALLEN'S
of then today are operating opening. Pr. Bl**welder eerlalnly
at part ot a chain In cm-put up a plait fight U get the
tram to me Individual ownenhip .health, renter halt II* ahnuM I*
that marked the. imtghburtiudrtor cummended
of the pa*. i And hi there, Mike Taylor" SPAGHETTI
I noted recently a report etc Arthur AMiley and Jamea Fowler,
crewing one enterprialng manager I al Mume Camp over at FXU. Hear
AN
WITH AUTO
LOAN al a food Kan In a large aptrt-" you are having a wonderful time In Tomato and Cn'.t' Sauc.
who noticed what
mat building In a big city Have yin a Km-
offers the tenant tarred circuit sfsny telephnn voli.. Ann Bog-
TV pliM. pnnw and delivery orgy get haT !lite'. an aomunuuMM

from lie The houaevlle there can al leavt Overheard Edwin Mauls... mother office. dtinn-

ire the" lleroi .... wwiU. even IIhe I log her tahy with another mother 6 cans 54No.
can't aqunew the lomitae I f I-Yea, his earing anlkle nownewipapen -
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Wednesday Club MIaII\L Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Etheridee
The Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Mayton spent the weekend with his mother *
Meets With Mrs. Sub: of lUifnrd were recent guests of Mrs. H. 0. Etheridfe.

PAGE Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Strom.
Mrs. Byron Saber WM .haetae Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Wood-
to her Fourth Wednesday Brid*: Miss Martha May has return- wry and son William are visit
club yesterday afternoon Mot" red from Wills Sains, N. Y.,! Inc Mrs. J. C Davis at her sum
from her ".where she visited relative While mer home In Waynesville, N. CMrs.
Persona Items of social nature urged to call ul summer flower garden attended the Worlds
having are were at Interest point" way she L. M. Llndiey spent the
Mr. May S Richardson at MAIn 7-8503 throughout the home. Fair. weekend at Alligator
terwJ
Winners of l high and bingo re, Mrs. Anthony J. Wheat has returned her grandson Bruce of
calved novelties.At from Atlanta where she attended Tallahassee

,., conclusion of three progree the Gift Show. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McKeownand
First Baptist dons the hostess served an attractive Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Williams, son have returned to their
1"" party plate to the 12 Jr and children, Fierce III and home in Clearwater following a
Th1 W.M.S. players. Marda of Greenville, S. C will visit with his mother Mrs. Oliver
l Day arrive this weekend to visit his McKeown.
,
Bridge Club Meets parents Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Williams I Mr. and Mrs. Paul on
Circles MeetThe Woodward for a week. :eltUw and children have move to
With Mrs.
-'r'ir !R\ tend the wedding Cheneyville, La. for the summerwhere

',1 following circles of First ; Mrs. Sylvester Woodward was liams' niece, Mill Mary Christine he is a crop duster.

d 'Jf Baptist Day W,MS. repented their hostess to her bridge club Wednesday Highlower in Balnbridge SUn-10I Mr. and Mrs. L B. Dunnlgan

meetings M'BJdul 20 at her home when she day.Mr. Miami spent the weekend with
a ? Grace Circle, Mrs. if q,x. used colorful arrangements ol and Mn. Ben F. Smith Mr. and Mn D. R. Darsey.
'" Roy McLendon, chairman, met a summer flowers. Preceding the spent the weekend at their St. Jimmy Montague Is spending

with Mrs. Essie Ulmer. Ten came she served a dessert George bland collate.Mr. this week at a boys camp In
members and one visitor were ( 3t ; Mrs. Bill Dodfion was high and Mn Harold Midglcyand Ocala which is sponsored by theFrellh

t, present Mrs. Jox>ph Suber gave H score winner on this occasion. family of Bennettsville, S. C. Water Fish and Came
Call to Prayer followed by the Mrs. Louis Dooner was a special were here this weekend to attend Jornmlsjilon.
program with Mrs. John McAfeeIn 1 guest at the club.Birthday the funeral of Mrs. Mldgley'a Mrs. E. D. Davis was a recent
charge. Topic of the program mother Mrs. Paul Thomas.Dr. visitor with Mr. and Mrs A. E.
"Before the Seventies" was taken and Mrs. J. & Briniest of Harp and family In Gainesville
from the Royal Service. This program I PartyMrs. Monticello and Mrs. Brinson's laving accompanied Mn. George

is first in t series of three Thomas Wiggins entertained sister, Mrs. George Palmer of W, Munroe who attended a State
;
on the plans of our denomination Bureau
I Saturday Florence, S. C were recent guests FIrm meeting.
for the next five years and the with a birthday party of Mr. and Mrs. Fount May, Jr. Mrs. Cy Harris and son of New
afternoon from 2 until 4i'clork
part WMU will play in them. The Mrs. R. & Hobbs of Milton Orleans are visiting her husband's
:next meeting will be In the home In honor of her son Thomas and Susan Simmons of Foley, Ala. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Whit liar-
Jr. Various
of Mn. & J. Butler. games were enjoyedslier
I I were recent guests of Mrs. Ray ris.
k'.4kt Ida Holloway Circle met with which refreshments were mond S. Hobbs and daughter Mr. and Mn. T. M. Curable
Mn. Henry Grady, Mrs. Frank served from a table centered by SherryL and grandson, Tom CumMe III

'tt#: !Whittle, chairman, presided durIng -i a three tiered cake with ten Norman dilton Jr. ot Ocala are vacationing at their Montreal,
candles Punch, ice cream cake,
business session. Call to and son here for N. C. cottage.Mr. .
Prayer was given by Mrs. T. P. ---- potato chips and candy were the weekend.1e They have been and Mrs. W. B. Suber and

"eacock. The JI1'OII'8I'Ientitled Mrs James Craig DunlapThe served. whistleas visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. family are visiting her brother in
The received
Before the Seventies" was pre- guests a E. S. Blake. law and sinter Mr. and Mrs. J.
fettled by Mrs. G. 0. Barnett. ) announcement Is made of the marriage of Edith C. a memento of this nice party. Miss Annie Sowell has been C. Neill In Miami.

delicious\ refreshments were served visiting! !her cousin, Miss Hazel Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Drew andchildren
Spooner, daughter of Mrs. Sara B. Spooner of Gretna and Card of ThanksI .1
to the eleven! members present Sowell in West Palm Beach. are vacationing at Panama -
Hostess for next month will the late John Hobson Spooner, to lames Craig Dunlap, ion Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Carmiehael City Beach.

be announced at a later date. of Mr and Mrs. Eugene M. Dunlap of Coral Gables on I \ like to thank my friends of Atlanta and son and daughterin Mr and Mrs. J. A. Jaillet had

I May 16 in Thomasville, Georgia. The bride U a graduateof for their many kindnesses extended law, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Carmichael III remit guests, his sister and

Party Given Quincy High School and attend. Florida State University to me during my recent stay in of Charlotte, N. C will unhand, Mr. and Mn R. R.
the hospital. spend the weekend with Mrs. R. Brockway of Franklin, Pa. and
___1".,, _H"'_ _' __ I where the is a Junior. She is a Village Vamp, a Mrs. Churchill Johnson W. Carmienael i brother In law their! niece and nephew Patriciaand
For Recent Bride member of Alpha Omicron Pi social sorority, and was and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Jimmy Freeman of Orlando.

Miss Peggy Ann StraughnMr. on Sophomore Council Mr. Dunlap is a graduate of Card of ThanksWe Williams. Mrs. M. N. Drew and Mrs.

I Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bassett Coral Gables High School, Miami, and attends Florida Mrs. Ernest Bailey and Mn Giles Toole of Tallahassee have

and Mrs. Clifton Theodore Straughn, Sr. of QuIncy entertained with a beautiful dinner State University where he is a member of Sigma Chi wish to extend our heart- Lamar Bailey of Quincy and returned from a trip to Wllliams-
felt thanks to those of who Va.
you Mrs. Charles Cook of Panama burg
announce the engagement of their daughter Peggy Ann, seven party thirty Saturday o'clock In evening honor at ot fraternity.! Mr. Dunlap will receive a Bachelor of Arts expressed your sympathy in so City have returned from a visit I Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Fain Sr..

to William Julian Thompson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mil. Mr. and Mrs Craig Dunlap, whose degree from Florida State in August In September Mr. many thoughtful ways during our with Mr. and Mn. W. S. Lawsonin M.... Don R. Armstrong and son

William Julian Thompson, Sr. of Albany. Miss Straughn marriage was i recent event Dunlap will enter the Air Force as a 2nd Lieutenant, assigned bereavement Your kindnesses Covington, Ky. and with Richard, spent the weekend in

is a graduate of Quincy High School and attended Valdosta Die Bawctt home was effectively to the Strategic Air Command as a missile launch. have meant so much to us. riomls in Florence, Ky. Mrs. Lamar Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs.
The T. W. Green .
State Valdosta Ga. She is member of decorated with a profusion of familyPersona I Bailey also visited her parents J. R. Armstrong.Miss
a
College, ,
white flowers Interspersed with ing officer Mr. and Mr. Dunlap will make their home in Mr. and Mn. Tom Huey Virginia Fain has return
Kappa Delta social sorority and the College Serenodeis. Cheyenne Wyoming, where he will be stationed at of Union, Ky. Mrs. Huey accompanied ed from Eau Gallle where she

Her fiance was graduated from Albany High School and fern.The living room mantel was Francis E. Warren Air Force Base. them home. felted her brother, Dr. N. F.

attended North Georgia College, Dahlonega Go. and banked with while mums, roses, Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Davis Fain Jr. and family for the past

Valdosta State College where he pledged Pi Kappa Phi carnations and snapdragons. I have as their guests their son and two weeks.
Hospital Report Lt Com. and Mrs. J. H. Among those here for the tunral -
Similar flowers were also In family :
social The will continue their educationat Episcopal
fraternity. couple D. C, of Mrs Paul H. Thomas Monday -
the study and dining room Davis, Jr. of Washington
Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
the of center in Albany. The wed Woodward Mn. Fred Butler, Tal-
University Georgia fora were
The bride wore a pink taffeta who are en route to Japan
Admissions 14 20 Jr. Susan Ann McNeill
ding will be September 12, at 7:30: in the First Baptist afternoon dress with matching Church Holes July spent, daughter the weekend ,In Macon and three year tour of duty with the ahassee, Mrs. Hugh Dowling and

Church in Quincy. Invitations are not being sent All accemorios. Her flowers were Master George Zetgler, Mrs. tended the horse show. They U. S. Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Mn. William Elliott, Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. James Hlghtower,
friends and relatives of the couple are Invited to attend. bhixh pink roses. Christine K. Smith, Edwin D. were accompanied by Dick Mun- also have as guests their daughter Christine and Mr.
from St. Paul'sI Martin and two daughter Mary
Mrs Kenneth
Photo by Martin' Studio Among the 40 guests' were parents Smith, Charles Adams, Master roe, Jr., of Moberly, Mo., who Ariz. They and Mn. Paul Ingram, Bainridge. -
Mrs children of Tucson
of the groom, Mr. and
am sure that many of you remember was met in Macon by his father
-- Bernice Randolph, Mrs. Debris this week at .
Eugene M. Dunlap and daughter all are spending
Lea Dick Munroe of Atlanta.
I Gueits, who added much to MiM Jean Ellen Dunlap of Miami the Rt Rev. Arthur Blackburn, Mrs. Myrtle Arilne, Panama City Beach. James Godwin en route to his
Thos. Memorial the diversity of the program who had been Bishop of Southern Mrs. Tom Maxwell and son Mr. and Mn. Ben BostIck and home in Lef' bul'lfrom a business
Dtho W. Edwards
Sr. Mrs Carolyn
were: Guy Race, the Rev. U B.Thomiuon Japan for the Church of England Will' have gone to Hendersonvllle,I on in law and daughter Mr. and trip to Pensacola visited his parents
Mrs.
'Youth Week'Termed the Rev. Bill Brlckcr, Centenary WSCS for many yean, and who, after being Ickson Mahaffoy, Van Watkins, Mrs.Norms Vemlce Dire N. C for daughter Pennle who Mn. James: Auman and children Mr. and Mrs. 'Van Godwinrecently.
to this country hu been Tonawondah
coming upon
attending .
:the Rev. Jack Yelvlngton, Miss Sarah Stewart and Lamarand
Ray,
expelled by the Japanese during Hay, Mrs. Hazel Boring, Mrs.Susie Camp. from there they will and Mrs. Floyd Bassett
goo Mr.
SuccessThe Virginia Cashlon, Mrs. Guy It. Has MeetingThe the Rev. and Mrs. R. R.
Pallock Hash E. Allen and
World War II, served this Trenton, Tenn. to visit her Pine
Wade, the Rev. Guy R. Wade, Parks and children Ben and John have returned from a trip to
Thomas
Parish and a number of other Day, all ot Qulncy. mother.' They will also for Bluff Ark.
weekend ,
Mrs. W. 0. Carter, Mrs. Will Pose of Jacksonville spent the
Thomas Memorial Baptist ton, Humor Chester and Charles business and program meetng Parishes in this Diocese. During Brinkley PoppelL Lloyd Van- a day or two In art. C at the Bostock's Lake Mystic
Church completed last week its McLendon. of the Woman's Society of his time in Qulncy Bishop I Lea landlngham. Mils Jan Williams, and visit Mrs. C R. Shaw, Jr.I ,
most successful Youth Emphasis .Tiristian Service, Centenary Mirth- came to know and be loved by all of Havana; Mim Mary Grubb, and family. cottage.Mr. and Mrs Bruce Baker HI'I Now Operating
This the Second Annual
Week Is : whit Church, was held on Monday, many of our 'townspeople. Another Miss Deondra Barber, Mt. Pleasant Mrs. Arthur Corry left Mon- have returned -
The varied and well planned Youth Emphasis Week held by July' 20, in Fellowship Hall. Mrs.C. tie with Bishop Lea was ; Walter Tyus, Jackie I111thr day by plane for Boonton,, N. J. to and to three their daughters home In Greenville, In Quincy
the church and t fine group of L. Owenby, president, presid this week when news came k Sneads Miss M. Bark-
week gave the Intermediates and,visitors participated each night I broken : Wanda Kaye visit her sister, Mrs. T. S. C., after visiting her parents 24 Hours a Day
ed. death ot his widow, Mrs.Geraldine Cox, Mrs. Carol I
of the Whitney, Mrs.
Young People the opportunity to along with. the youth of the church. kYMrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Laalle. While
Mrs Tracy RIddle was In chargeot Amelia Lea, whose Josephine Hatcher, Tallahassee Chess Budd Tltlow and
:
and elaborate on a here they aim! vacationed at Panama
participate The week closed with
large number ot topics and acttvU Sunday the various the program tee the afternoon. burial took place In Hamilton, Mrs. Zclla Beck, Telogla; Mrs. two children of Chrlstlanburg, Va. City Beach. The children CAB SERVICEDAY
ties. A total enrollment\ for the young people of directing School and The theme ore program was, Ontario Canada We can'thelp Howard Lesley, Gmndridge; will arrive this week to spend a spent a week here with their
week was thirty-eight' persons. departments Sunday Where Does The Christian Woman but admire the courage and Steve Graves, Bastmp, La.; Mrs. month with her mother Mrs. grandparents while Mr. and Mn.I
.: Training Union. Volunteer Her Time." intrepidity of Mrs. Albert M. Duom Mattie Carewint, Bristol; Way. Douglas, Brooks and husband. Baker attended the World's Fair. PHONE '

In the words ot the Rev. Mr. Taking part In the form (< a who, among others escorted a mood Alday, Chattahoochee and Miss Ann McNeil at Ralford, Miss Carol Halre, Miss Lila '
Mason Music Wade, pastor, "These were wonderful : debate were Mrs. D. Nash Phil- group ot Quincy Girl Scouts to, Bill Bassrtt, Gretna. N. C.I visiting the R. D. Wood Dolan Mrs. Steven Dean and 627-8141

days of inspiration and pot, Mn. K. W Kittle, Mrs. & through, and back from New Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lanley, wards. Mrs. Gladys! Johnson spent the
COMPANY Information. The acceptance ol' M. Strom, Mrs. W. L. Mintage. York and its World Fair Another boy, July 15; Mr. and Mrs. David Mrs R. D. Woodward, Jr. weekend In Jacksonville. I
the youth and enthusiasm the Each gave areas where Christian one of our Church families Blackburn, boy, July 17; Mr. and Susan Woodward Mrs. Pat Mun William M. McFariln of Chickasha NIGHT PHONE
14 E. Washington Street I youth has encouraged us to plan a women are needed to serve.Mn. which 1 has been receiving streams Mrs. Bruce Whitney, girl, July 19 roe, Am McNelll. Joe Gregory' Oklahoma who has been

PIANOS ORGANS (larger and more Inclusive" program Riddle presented her sister I ol vislton I ot late has been Mr. Quincy and David Woodward,, visiting his brother In law and 627-8979
for next summer, ,' Mn. Edgar Johnson from: and JoIn Douglass Brooks who Ocala, are leaving today for Mon- sister, Mr. and Mn. Jack D.
lave had company from Vero SPECIAL PRAYER real, N. C to spend a week
"Bless for Alexandria
Band Instruments Gainesville, who Vrleze left recently
sang i Beach and from abroad with avid will Join his parents, who DIRECT TO CAR
Thou O God This Day.7 She was SERVICE SLATED Va. to visit his son in law
and Accessories Party Given Accompanied at the piano by Mrs. more yet to come .Mrs. Arthur have been vacationling In the and daughter, Lt. Com. and Mn.
I whose stream of vislton I mountains.Mr. CITY CAB
Corry, I
Mrs.
Klncald. and children.
R. R. There will be Joseph Preston
Home Ph. MA 7-6705 Visitor made! reference to last week, Is at the Thomas Memorial something special and Mrs. C R. Shaw Jr. Mere accompanied him for a'I
Quincy and hitting the Baptist the weekend Sea Island
I turning the tables spent at )
Church short visit with the Prestons.
Opel Mon. Tnes, Wed FrLi HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS road. Miss Connie will be renewing on Wednesday evening (;a. with friends. _

4 to I ,.... All Day Sit I old acquaintances and visiting July 29 In conjunction with the Mrs. Pat Iligdan Jr. and son
mare. family up and down the regular Prayer Service beginning are visiting her parents, Mr. and i
.- ,- her mother, Mrs. Amos Davis, Atlantic Seaboard. Have a nice at 8 o'clock.The Irs. Anderson in West Palm

was the guest of honor at a deiRhtful > trip A novelty in my ministry showing of Salvador Dall's Beach. They spent the weekend
Informal afternoon party, By Marjorie B. Gregory, in Quincy Is to find Mr. Jack recent painting entitled "The here with the Iligdons/ and attended

fOR Tuesday, given by Mrs. Pierce dome UrimiHMtrallon Vrie e batching It, with Mrs. Lastl'prr" will be shown. ThisIs the christening of their grandson
IttIJ1I. Williams at her home. Mixed summer Agent Vrleze on the road to Alexandria, a nUde copy" of the original and were accompanied back t
'
But In serlra Food Facts
flowers were effectively arranged ( and Va. Among those we nolUoIar1y hanging In the National Galleryof by them. Ii'ealher tool
In the party rooms. Fallacies) miss through the summer Art at Washington D. C. The Mr. and Mrs. C R. Shaw, Jr.,
DEPIKThU: BOIL
sNaPs The dining table, which was The of the soil which are Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carry and exqulste beauty and simplicity of and children, Mr. and Mrs. George
covered by a white linen embroidered food is quality has little on effect children who are busy with their the lines, the complete composition tales and children and Miss
cloth was centered by a grown on Public Areomodationi Program at suggest that the spectators Jeanne Vincent left this week for
CHOOSE A MODEMMADIIYKODAI silver eprrgne of roses, snapdragons the have quality of the crop. It does Mexico Beach I had a real should be drawn Into the feast. It a vacation at Montreal. N. C Mr.

AMUA J and mum. On one end Die a very of the definite effect however.The on. pleasant note a day or two ago Is, Indeed, worthy of Its title, Shaw and Mr. Bates have returned -
ot the table was the punch bowl quantity nutrients crop in milk tarn Mn. Edith Laffitte who Isshe "Last Supper." The Inspirational to Quincy and the others remained -
and on the other, Silver trays ol and Important again In Lloyd, who I value of the work Is "prayer like"In for a longer stay.
moat are not Influenced significantly sand err '
party sandwkhes, cookies and misses SI all people. Its meeting. Mrs. Edgar Johnson and
by the feed of the ani
nuts. mat The quantity of these products We miss her too We ex- I You are cordially Invited to the daughters Janet and Carol of
The hostess presented the honoree Covlngton Gainesville are visiting her brother -
however, is influenced by liNt to have Dugte Wednesday evening service
a box of note paper as amenseno lack with us this week after a In law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
the amount and kind ot food which
of this party. Miss considerable stay In the hospital Tracy Riddle and family. Mn.
the animal .
eats.
Mary Christine Illtthttiwer olBolnbrldKe Claims that chemical fertilizersare In Memphis Another groupwe Bridge Club Meets Riddle's mother M... C Rhlnney
will of Williston has been vis-
whom marriage Christians of
I miss the
devitalising toll and thus among
be an event ot Sunday July 28, ,producing a food our supply of low !the dispersion are Mrs. Dm Brown With Mrs. Fount May ting the Riddles. Mr. Johnsonwill
remembered with a ppnonal Join his family here this
was nutritive and children, all In Galesburg
value are entirely un- I Mrs. Fount Jr
May hostessto
the hostess. was week and they will all go to Lake
gift from her aunt founded. Illinois So much for our continuing
her
I friends of Mrs. bridge club Wednesday Seminole for a few days.
Thirty guests, IODINE' observatioM on those who 'afternoon .
Darting a firmer Quincy retie the Church. It Is .tNor home Colorful Mr. and Mrs. Romulus Brink-
Iodine Is as people an
essential constituent
BROWNIE auto 27 dent, enjoyed this lovely party. of the body and Is necessary In amazing that with all this coming summer at points flowers of from Interest her gardenwere Icy days and son at their Charles Mexico spent Beach several
and continue to have excellent
small going we
amounts In the diet
Mrs. W. M, Robinson Jr., was cottage, "Drop Theywere
congregations at all services
Outfit Swim Party Held has Because grown of up this a tremendous necessity, there traffic The Rector Is hoping high score winner on this occas accompanied by Ills Elaine

At Sawano ClubMI. In seaweed, usually sold askelp" to he on vacation during the ion. Her prize was a decoratedtray. Gatlln.Mrs..
toweekend
Idiomatic C D. Johnson spent
exposure control and often combined with greater part ot the month of Au-

for daylight and /flash short Susan Woodward enter malt, vitamins, and trace minerals. gust In the meantime we Snacks and coffee were served Florida in Lakeland Conference and attended SdIooI1I.t0l1l
the
tamed with a swim party at the ItI entirely needless to acquire hope that the long string of 111 during the afternoon, as U the

'Pest.... vtrtoliU MW toiy..toM Sawano dub Thursday night in kxtine In this manner and, fortune which has dogged Joe custom of this club Service of Guild for sod the Is Wesleyan attendingthe

Kodak ce_.. with electilt honor of her houegue, Miss Ann for some prrsont, It may be harmful Adams and HiUdene t'amhRI Woman of Christian
Society
McNelll of Ralford N. C. I run Itself out and that that which
eye thai odjutli 'lm for correct- Service this week.
ly-ip.t d plet.,... Iulll.11I The group enjoyed a swim after, The best sources of Iodine are i la to come will more than makeup SS Class Members Mrs. k Edgar Barnett has returned I!

flash &OIIIpO........Correct talk which they cut watermelon and Iodized salt and ace foods, including lot that which Is behind. Eventhe Honored At Supper from a trip to New Yorkhere

'sapo..e h Mt automatically oi then dancrd. deep sea Oils, oysters, tribulations of Jab came to .. she attended the World'sFair. rs sW sund &It..=l,
fccvt fail, ceWcorracMkm. Forty young people were guestson shell fish, and others. In a few attend. This Is the last week Van Godwin and Wallace CtH- She also visited points In
yeor
Takes 12 color M black- this occasion.Among localities the soil contain..ultl ot operation for the summer! session man entertained their Sunday Virginia while away. Ultra the etWi foul, it doeao t nutter ifyou've

:nd-wrtlit, mapv er color illdoi those from out of townWl'1't dent Iodine to produce vegetables, of St. Paul's School for exceptional School class with an out door I Mrs. Kenneth Adams and Mrs.I had as treat jour garments with Stnfctent's
Dillon Letter ot Mal'lJland which contain enough Inline to' children. Until the tlmtfor supper Tuesday evening at the
'e* 127 Sh. Co pl.l. outfit. Ernestine Patterson have returned
Peiunoola.Mrs. the needs of bOO the regular opening of school wonder water I'tpeDeatSort-tl.Dry.R'ateetroll.
Ray Jones ol supply the ) home of the former Tablet centered to their home In Perry Michigan
we will miss their cheery faces by hurricane lamps were following a week's visit with right off-f brifl stays soft u new. It really

Edwin Embry Tuesday Coffee and happy voters. set up on the terrace and a fishsupper Mr. and Mrs. J. B. AdamIoI wot Li...on practically mr/thinf. too. Try uj

All for $34.50 Is Hostess At Bridge Honors VisitorMrs. IHWd.Approxlmatr1y. I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Macon had
A. Birth Announcement y guests enjoyed as guests for ten days her sister
J. McCornur enlrrl.1r.ed..1th.l"IIff.
M.... Edwin Embry entertained ... Tuesday mom- U. and Mn. F. L. Rowan Jr 1 the fellowship and supper MrsJ._ ._ E. Laxsnn and son _at

CROUCH'SREXALL her briiki' club! Wednesday after' hag In honor of Mrs. Clinton Darling nl Rome. N. Y. announce the

noon. Colorful summer flowers guest of her mother, Mrs. birth ot a son Sunday. July 18 INSECTICIDESSOIL Insurance Center r
DRUGS were at points ot knlereet, I' Amos Davis Mixed summer The baby weighed I pounds I
Preceding the game she served flowers were at points of tntnr- ounces. Maternal grandparents
QUINCY. FLORIDA a denser. I est hi the Owing and dining rooms. are Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Scry of FUMIGANTS 1121 West Jefferson
M... Frnnea May WM high\ Sandwiches potato chips, dips Jacksonville. Paternal grandparents

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Mrs Thomas was the former Mr. and Mrs Van Godwin. Chain Stores' Fish for sea trout (_ldIah) In| A recent survey by the Slate
{ Ruby Moore ot Livingston, Ala.\ Mr. and Mrs Edgar Unix and bays, on grassy Oats and inlets,Board of Conservation shows t
and came to Quincy u a bride, children Debbie and Douglass of I Winter andapting the brat, on that salt water sports fisherman I
1f5jgITrR where she lived for the part 58 Dearborn, Mich. were recent Sales IncreaseWinnDixie incoming or high :.. Twelve Inches ''spend nearly $256 million a year
years. She was a faithful member guests ot her parents, Mr. and is the legal length. In pursuing their hoppy.

ot the First Presbyterian Mrs Carl DDK. Stores, I
Bee Mrs. J, W. Hid and sons of ating 831 supermarkets InCites' The Remote la the "hlteh-hikrr-I Florida has about 8.000 milesof I
to survived by three Montgomery, Ala., are visiting area and throughout the South of the Glut Stream This fish attaches coast line and more varieties
daughters, Mrs. Harold MidgleyBennettsvllle her parents, Dr. and Mrs. TW. ,east, recorded a 5.74 percent Increase hlMoU to the sailfish shark I I ot fifth than any other state In the I
April 21, 1M4 \ S. C, Mrs. Ned Inn Grltfm In sales during\ the tour- and marlln. The suction cup atop 1 Union, says the State Board ot
WAR ON POVERTY son, Quincy and Mm. Melvin La. and Emanuel cl week period ended June J7. hit head fastens securely hisboat ConservationThe I
Philip Taylor I It
SMOKESCREEN fretix, Saudi Arabia, one son, Wil .
TO DESTROY
The volume totaled Wfl.S05.lM \
Lancaster S. C are visiting their I
ARMED FORCES mer M. Thomas, New York, N. Y.
compared to $62,893,410 for thecorresponding
grandparents, Mr and Mrs. C
one slater Mrs. E. S. Malone one The toadflsh. salt Florida Board ot Conanvvattnn
These UNELECTED BUREAUCRATS period last an a water puffer
W. Thomas Jr. They accompanied year
brother Mr. J. Robert Moore of I has field officer In
: and grunter, has excellent every
who In my opinion, are Mrs Thomas who had been visiting Increase of 82,611.745.For .
Quincy and the following granddriidren meat along Ms sides; but he must sartkn of the slate who enforce hag
destroying our armed forces, have there back to Qulnry the 58-week period ended
Charles Midgley and he skinned and limits m four game Huh: tarpon
properly cleaned
already set up a "Command June 27, sales were S87I,1112,288 (
Post" Just think at It! WITHOUT Ellnbeth Midgley, BennettxvUle,1 Mr. and Mrs J. D. Folds have compared to $831,122,800, an Increase to use. and sailnnh. two a il.tv, amok,
the of S. C, Wilson and Angus Hinson,I reteumed to their borne in Brooksville four a day; striped bus, six a
ot
approval Congressand $40,469,466 4.S7
or
WITHOUT APPROPRIATIONS Quincy, Gray Latrenz, AntionetteLafreni after visiting her mother percent Research conducted by the Ha day.
BEING MADE BY CON Paul Thomas Lafrent Mrs. Emily Quarterman and other Board of Conservation shows that
Brooke Latrenl Saudla Arabia, relatives- dredging and Oiling may be
CRESS. Cameron and Kimberly! Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strickland FARM NEWS harmful to marine tile which The gnat of the State Board of

The political propaganda:" "WAR New York, N. Y. and family are vacationing .1 spawn and develop In low marshlands Conservation Is to secure mnxl.
ON POVERTY which seems Mexico Beach. mum benefits ot marine life to
only a pretense to convert ourarmed Inn public without reducing the
By John C. Ramed.
VYachula
Mrs. Crawley Mrs. Laura Galloway ot .
forces to Job Corps, Do.toads amounts available.No .
..
Is visiting her brother and sister
-- -- -- -- --- -
Peace and Com County Agent
Corps, \
In law, Mr. and Mrs. C L. SewelL At the marine laboratories of
munity Action Programs, etc. Dies In GeorgiaFuneral MTUMATIOMAl CMW-Th 1755 Biddle a guldtd-mU de. the Stale Board of Conservation
Imagine thousands of ROVING Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bevis Planting of fall vegetable crops salt water fishing license
stroyer selected by the u.s. Nary to participate la a mixed. research hits revealed that
WELFARE CORPSMEN aU FINANCED visited their son Wayne Bevis by the Cadsden County Pole sea Is required for sport fishing but
by the American Tax.payer services were held for and family in Hendenonville\ N. Bean Coop got underway this pant manning demonstration with crewmen from Greece' Turkey, grams and plants are Important ; boati used for salt water enm.merrtal .
to displace armed Mrs. John C. O'awley, 81, of C. last week and were accompauv week as members of the coop Italy,West Germany,and the United Kingdom, arrives In New In the 'life cycle ot many fishing 'must have a
SorreL our Norman Park, Ga., at S o'clock ed home by their two grandsonswho transplanted 22 acres of Ill Ya L On deck are (L to r.): Seaman Patrick P. Reuses,United fishes.To lli-ense, says the State Board ofOnnaervalhin.

In the name of common tenie Friday afternoon at the Mt. Zlon will visit their grandparents Pepper and 25 acres ot FgKplanta./ Kingdom Seaman Hans Oalle, West Germany; Lt William .
Baptist Church. Burial was at Mr. and Mrs E. C. Johns in A few of the growers will startplanting Rely United Kingdom; Lt Cmdr. Frederick J.Berg, U-SA.J aid In the enforcement nf *
b Country being governed by '
Unelected our Bureaucrats, or by the the Salem Cemetery In Tift ChattahoocheeCol. pole beans next week and Lt.1toIt Marine West On-many.Ship Is ID port... days. salt water fishing laws, the HOconvrvatlon ( IN JUST U MINI TES
'
IV TOSS Ht\IC TOM1U1''Q
County. 'and a small acreage of squash has agents uw two-way
member of our ELECTED Sense and Mrs. John A. Gord
> radios 10tR mil.4N. .
Mn. died last Wednesday already been planted with to in their patrol boats and
Crawley
more ,... .,
.
and Air Force
ton Representatives and eons ot Travis bat any dose .t *
morning after a lengthy W.neRa. follow. autna. ... .. .
This li broth tt.Ml ITTN.MK1OT1k
This If ber .
our Country. Base. Call are visiting
Now the third largest ..... ..
Cucumhers, a large! sllrer varIety pmrtuwof s.d k.sse.a.l.elle .
OUR they are using. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and MnByron t .
money Rich. shrimp In the 8 .*)!.. kllld M
former Delia U. Florida turn
TheM an our Armed Forces She was the Bevis.\ Col. Gordy has recently will also be planted the 1 Is Spied l...ll... Pius fur ruein. ...
which in my opinion are being nerds of the Providence Communty. retired tram the U.S. Air first part ot August This will rant moving into the No. 1 spot, _. ...... '..t 50.1. NM. ....
.I.f the Florida Uoard of Conservation .. ....... .
\ destroyed. Your freedom and 1 Force and will locate in this area. be the first time the coop has :. t. 5DW / y
Survivors Include her husband. cucumbers and reports. r. r. !\nY RI'O m
bell
children U at .takel! grown pep- '
that ol .
your Park Mrs. Frank Smith Mrs. Frank ) ". --- -
do aboutIt John Crawley ot Norman ; 1 pars since the group oreiuiUed in ,: .
What are you going to and Kim .
Mrs. Lois Woodward Smith, Jr., Cathy spent .
i!
What CAN do about KT three daughters the fall ot 1M1. By adding these : ,.
you Moultrle Ga.| Mrs. Claudia Wednesday in Gainesville with crops the variety of vegetables .
FLOOD your Senators and Representatives I : LEAF
: THEATRE
with letters. Alert Mae Cases, Phenlx City. Ala.,' Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Curry. grown will be Increased to five .
Loretta Etheridge ot El Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Bishop, .
and Mn. making mixed loads possible,
Tell them we art .
them to this. i Wahl and Linda
DEPENDING ON THEM to do'Paso, Tex. two sons Jack ol Mr. and Mrs. W. K. which increases sale pnuibilltica.Aorordlng 1' Phon.
Norman Park and Frank ot Norfolk spent the weekend In Orlando. ; MAin 7-6885
Bomethlng to STOP thli plan. Also I Mrs. Wahl and Linda remained\ to coop Presided .. .
,,
Va. three stepdaughters .
alert EVERYONE YOU KNOW. ; Malcolm Smith the group ot 42 1.\1 .' ...
until .
Cadsden. Ala.\ yesterday.Mr. '
Mrs. Dallle Turner
The plan li plain emwgh. CON- Johnson, farmers expert to have over 100 .
and Mrs James '
Time Mn. Ethel Dempsey Jacksonville of vegetables for this taO .\ JULY 23. 24. 25AMIftlCANIHteNNATONAlauei
CRESS MUST ACT SOON! acres ,\ji
,
Pen- Mrs. Evelyn Barton and 2 daughters ( :" '
and Mrs. Rosa Day, deal. This acreage show the '. ,. : .tftJ. '
tg running out! for Atlanta : '
Craw- will leave Sunday .
Otis /. ,
Slnl.erely.Mn. sacola; one stepson growth of the organization that $ \ ..,,, '. .
and the mountains. '
\ley ot North Carolina; 16 grandchildren had 141 acres its first of '
year ,
Ira Barthelemy and one great grandson; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cory Lester, J \ ,I' IRLINK1 1tNNOTTd Lucia is join '
St. operation. "
1408 Josephine and Mn. Carl .
five brothers E. T. and Rents Mrs. H. Mallard .' ,
Mew Orleans, La. 70130 of Quincy, Mark of Greensboro Spooner spent Sunday at St. Theresa Directors\ In addition to Smith .I ,. AVOIONFUNICOUO FNuzu ASH1ef

Van of Bayou La Butte, Ala., and with relatives. are: Gene Williams, Lawrence '
Union t, Robert L Taylor, and '
!
Mrs. Thomas Allen of Bridge Qty Tex.
Newton Edwards. ,
Liston Adams c .
l'PanutaAll peanut growers .
Dies Sunday Mrs. Howell, 94, i should be dusting with copper NJ1SCIEI3EACJI.PATNECOLOR.

Dist. Governor sulfur dust to control leaf spot .: ,

Mn. Paul H. Thomas, 79, died Buried TuesdayFuneral Weather U Ideal for fast spread --
at the home of Clubs of this disease.
Sunday morning Exchange
her daughter Mil. Harold Modg- Armyworms Armyworms are IIPMUCAM ON NAND AT CONY HT10N-77ter. to plenty of .
In Bennettsville, S. C. services for Mrs. Florida showing up in great numbers In handshaking San Francisco thme days and former ""aI.
Icy Funeral services wert held at Howell, 114, of Chattahoo lee,1 Ltston V. Adams ot Pensacola several areas of the county. dent Eisenhower Joins Goo and Mrs. William hraaton m a PANAV151ON
the First Presbyterian Church, who died at her home Sunday has been appointed district governor There art several insecticides lor demonstration of Republican good will. The three were all 5
Quincy, Monday afternoon at 4 were conducted at 10 aju. Tuea- ot all Exchange Clubs in controlling. lit per cent Sevtn IftthlnlllU& .. greet garb entering the Elsenhower suite.IMflM .
o'clock with the Rev. BransonWatnry. day at the First Methodist Church i the Florida District 4 of The National dust' at li :20 pounds per am
Jr. officiating. of Chattahoochee with I the Rev.A. Exchange dub, It was announced has no time limitation\ on grazing

Interment, followed in the Eastern M. Shiran and thf Rev. Robert In today by Jefferson D. for dairy or beef animals. 10 ....__H.-.. '_ __ ___._
Cemetery with the Butler- Sofgee officiating. Burial was Dickey national president of the cent Toxaphene, tame rate, ..Zr
Funeral Home in chargeOf the Mount Pleasant Cemetery.She service organization. The Ea- can be used only where beef
Morgan was born In Florida and chang dubs of Panama Qty, cattle will be grazed but must

Pallbearers arrangements.were her grandsons had been a resident ot Chatta Quincy not be erased for 7 days. For a 1 .;I h .1
Wilson Hinson hoochee for several )'MI'I. further Information contact your + 0 1 1I
Charles
Mldglcy.
and Ben Survivors include three daughtn dubs In his district. county agents' office.
Angus Blooms nephew Mrs. Lillian! Johns, of Chattaltoochee Gov. "1
Smith, James Ball and William Diet. Adams a pant pre 1 OY MCCRU
Mrs. Mattie Joyner, lent of the Exchange dub of Tuesday Club Meets
Hugh Malone.ATHLETE'S In. Mae Williams, Pensacola; ensacola, will maintain contact / + D 1tC [pCT 111
: FOOT three sons, J. W. ot Hosford W. between the Exchange dubs in With Mrs. Suber 1
MOW TO TREAT IT H. and P. A. of Port St. Joe; one his area and the National Exchange CANDY 1tIMNSONMOIIt
Apply ...... T-4-L M..l.. rwl. brother, William Saul, Jackson headquarters at Toledo, Mrs. James Johnson a visitor, 1ISIlID11"e

, It k>r t.k..l.B I.hull.!.t..<*rIsett.kl.e... l> s <.,.. vile, 27 grandchildren and great OhIo. He will make periodic vista won high score and Mrs. Earl
o.t.h LIMN ..... slush ..H.M'seh grandchildren and great great to the dubs. Informing them louton, a guest, held low at the
'
........, .kl. r...l.r. It. grandchildren. The Clark-Smith- of national procedures and policies Tuesday afternoon bridge dub 1t1DNffr1.ROEtstsas1O4La
B. pleased It ONI HOIR .rT.lr Morgan Funeral Home ot Chattahoochee and will report on the dubs' which was entertained by Mrs.oeeph .
......
40. IM
........* T-4-L roof rowDiat. was In charge. plans and programs. Sober, Jr. at her bone on
fin. f.. .w..tr ,..a. t..a Among the educational pro- highland this week.
..... TODAY .< Tarns and service project! Mr. Artistic arrangements ol mixed
Beck
F. P. MAY DRI'O IX). Mrs. Zella Adams will assist area Exchange' summer flowers were In the living I
-
3uhs In Book and dining rooms. Potted
performing are:
Passes July 15 ot Golden Deeds Awards to persons plants and fruit were on the sun is u"U-ti.at MkNOIF

? I contributing to the welfareof wvh.At .condusian of three ..M5BUJleluwil4 s.frlA p wfa lIt
ALLERGIC Mn. Zella M. Beck, <1, of Te- their community; Freedom, progfesdoxu tlaz
login passed away Wednesday Shrine gifts <21 U. .. historical the hostess served an attractive r r.e.t..
July 19 In the Cadsden County document series) to schools and party plate. Cold drinks
@ Hospital.A I public buildings; National\ Crime were passed during the afternoon

... ... native of Florida, Mrs Beck' Prevention Week observed eacii'ebruary I SATURDAY.JULY, 25
; community service activities
SO
about
moved to Telogla year.ago.
with and rtrs. Sam Hiadon KIDDIE SHOW
She was a member ot the ; working youth
0 Grace Methodist Church In Telogla. sponsoring new Exchange Cub.Exrhange II Bridge Hog-tew
\ Cubs will be noting ITATI IAIIII THAN IVIIIf T-Tenting Noraay.Bherpa
: THE
BIG LAND
L I I"UnenllPrvIcH were conducted the Mth anniversary of service Mrs. Rant Hlgdnn entertained guide' scaled Mt Everest In HI with lit EdnwJ I
at a o'clock Friday afternoon next March 27 u the largest truly the Tuesday morning duplicate Hillary bits the heights a.alsj with a pat to the Empire Ute
'July 17 in the Grace Methodist American service organization, bridge club at her home on HIghland Building In Mew Yore He found ascent to the top of world's
Church with the Rev. Ben Spiv- the 1100 clubs active only in this week. Mixed summer tallest building was somewhat easier than that on the world's
ey officiating. Burial Mowed\ the United States and Puerto Dowers were at points of Interest highest mountain. Aeeompecjylng ktm ... kls. visit. Is his wife. I SUNDAY and MONDAY,
In the Lake Myrtle Cemetery with Rico. It is estimated the dubs Sandwiches, dips cake, coffee -
the Butler-Morgan Funeral Home give a million dollars and an- end Coca Colas were served. JULY 28. 27

I lee in charge of arrangement other mlWon volunteer hours for Prizes were novelties. 1 By the way. while we were I Bill McFarun. a native of Quln i
'.wt Survivors Include three brothers the welfare ot their comtnunlOeeeach Winners were May. R. It fcrtdfr
paw : dnwa on the creek that Hamilton who has 'been making his
,, Newt Dowdy, Jacksonville, year.Schofield. land and Mrs. Henry Wetnberg boy sure bad himself a gad ry ( r
Miles Drawdy. Ft. Myers, and Jr.. tint Mrs. Jack Richard tllI1t' lie enjoyed thuee "heavy hone In recent year in Chlcka

Harvey Drawdy Wlldwood. I Serves and Miss Jean Wrlnherg second rains so imx-h that he would go aha, Otcla., was here vislllng last

Serving as pallbearers' were and Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell and out every time the rain Darted _k. Ills sister, Mrs. Jet tv
After You See Your Doctor, Will Carroll John Wynn, Willie Aboard Fremont Mrs Douglas Brooks third. licking up. Hunter, Denny and Iust Vrwse, lives In Qulnry. Mil's
Bring Your Prescription Te Ui. Durdrn, Nathan Cbenter. Jake stayed snug In our beds and brother the tat'* Curtis Mo ear P:
Pullam and Arnold Kelly. M.rwd to the ralndmps beating Un was editor nf the Times foe 1
UM Fremont Badger P.Vhofield the devil nut of that tin rat many years, f did not get to seo
F. P. May seaman USN. son of Wonderful tints Rill on this trip la Qulnry .hut !
I jJe.JOnal Mr. and Mrs Lswtan Schofleld I Bits And Edna says hit nun lip the Mtk.lets .. Mh I. erti
Drug Co. of QuIncy Is serving aboard the I The Greet White Hunter" and altPl'lllllllII1IrIJ I happened

Navy attack transport USS Fremont ,,8 re-eatrr. Jnhnny Vauae, has taken tobemitELECTRICAL. .
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Phon. 827-7601 of Norfolk Pieces --- ---
I operating out leave Siam his post at the fire -
Flo. Mr. and Mrs Leo Easier ot Bar- ,atom and Is now enjoying his ,
QuIncy tow former QuIncY resident will Va.Fremont transports combat Bt HUTCH annual: VBratfcn. Better he cartM ''

,spend the weekend as guests of troops and their weapons to all with mau-hee for a while.It l rv
---- and Atlantic theatres Hr
-- --- --- Mediterranean
1 of operation. She la capable I ran Into a real character over I must be nice to grt IDUM an. I' 1
of eupprrnng tea assault torees the weekend I way down In Liberty deal leaves. I.take a day off nnw SERVICE

Days Only &t hi combat sftuattor*. County Had met him once before and then to go fishing or maybe Yogi tape M *<./.. While 5..g,., Lab Is pus she sissy at
@ several years ago but asset down state tor a two day crown- M U>* KIM bed "Iky Tkeie ITSHEY Yed Js.-e Gs4.mbs mire sale,
ONLY; Mackerel! are one of the mnsl around him too long. His name din but 1 hewiTt bad a vaivhVmetnre Anything from wiring

plentiful salt water game fishes, la "Shorty" ParrUh and he runs 113 when I ant Inir days a bout to rtplao-
CHRISTO'S says the Slate Board ti Curwervatton. Hammond sold landing on Kennedy 1 an and took the family to Naawu. THERE
They art mot readily Creek a tributary of the ApaVnlmla The last time I bad a varatVM Ing a light bulb
oaught on high reefs River.Shirty was when Uncle tan gave me
P w s1. 'aii7tI offshore during winter and spring.: keeps a pretty steady 10 days at btne when I g>4 Ike IT'S YOGI BEAR
flow u< conversation going at all befit test ovrrera ta 194. C. Shepardat
times. I overheard him Ml Busier C Nicolet. the late owner of the

SEPTIC TANK Betts something about walmnel- Tbrwe, one wed me with a
en. HaP rid w.MnMYm dot tnr wk off and I was blessed! TUESDAY and WEDNESDAYJULY
SERVICEVACUUM the body what reading the "Quln- with a half day (Sahirdev mom-
1"palPff" dose for the rnand."Wh. Iris) to get manvd W years SHELTERBUTCHFURNITURE 28 29
.." get through haven .. hewn all
you you .. But really tt best CO.MAI .
'I done snail lor ell""'.'* He that bad. I have M sprrial plat.III .
.
had no knowledge at my carom to and dam little of till toll .uuI 'HON.
urn with the "Qulnry paper." Dial's ne. M to make such an I I R... IMMItWerekMM $Trt H.,...! GLADI'' .
Nor WM he bring mitral. He adventure a newtuisj psocees !//t, ft MAte MlPf T"E TatMl/AN7/ etos1

Just used our paper bmuatt we I I Df srMtir4lI

were aO from Qumry, that la BusIrr. -. ,....... JOC....
George I antlav,. my nephew 1
Deans +lksq, and me. I .-::.COlO"
Shorty may be well stocked HILL DRIVE IN

with the gift of gab but there Is ALSO
CLtANID
one tang that be OM do that M a
BOMBED ml art He CM stta a oinah Phone MAIn 7-8 Jll
I rut oft Its brad ..diaembuwel MARVELS, MAGIC AND MIRACLES!

I 6274403 I I IKtfUe quit the crttter H Mi before lit eay yes M can makes eay FBtDAYand SATUBDAYIT'S SCMNTAM CUM IN A MWKTY WCTAOII

q yes stink jot tan do tt .... Bat

r I274KJ yqy We sal spent L Friday Bight and WONDERFULTO
J
Saturday dxw Ihrre and It rainad -
BIG 11 x 1' PORTR&ir QUINCYVAULT tram the time .ne got there '

until way after we I Mt TaUa- BE YOUNG
CO. hew to said to have. had Mairhr ttlaeaw ttarae
ot mailed a* the sam perM. '
VAULTS MOnUMDCTSMAWUNt II must haw ralwd a fort ALSO
only $100 reg.$ 8.00 st lad ea Keanidjr Crwk. llhmt
DRIVE: fours can H CoMwator Bran
QUQfCT I- WOMEN OF THE WORLDA BEATLES ARE COMING!

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REALISTIC FILM
Pies pseitIeg J Rrasii tlaPPl ADVANCED TICKETS ON SALE
.Noa/Mf Willie At HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
AT LEAF' THEATRE BOX OFFICE
CARS SUNDAY. JULY 28
CHRISTO'SThurs. CHILDREN .50
ADULTS $1.00 -
USED PARTS for oil moke

*. FrL SoL.July 23.2i 25 of Con and Track COME BLOW YOUR HORN Bur Your Adrancxl Ticket Now

QUINCY. FLORIDA I 24-HOUB WRETXEB SERVICE Starring Frank Sinatra And B. Surt To G. a S.atl

UMIT- CMe t is ...e1..Iw.. ferS fsalfE.ch WE JUT junitu CABS
BEST IN FOOD and ENTERTAINMENT COMING AUGUST 13. It 15GAASDEN
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THIS IS ITI THE BIG ONE YOU'VE BEEN AWAITING! ON TIME AND CHOCK FULL OF BONAFIDE BARGAINS WHICH SPEAK CLOSED THURSDAY
FOR THEMSELVES...(NO NEED FOR GIMMICKS OR CATCH PHRASES HERE) THERE'S STILL ENOUGH SUMMER LEFT TO
ENJOY WEARING EVERY SINGLE PURCHASE FOR WEEKS TO COMEI AS USUAL ALL SALES MUST BE FINAL NO REFUND AFTERNOON AS USUAL
EXCHANGES, PHONE CALLS, OR GIFT WRAPPING, PLEASE!


SELECTED GROUPS ENTIRE STOCK ENTIRE STOCK


SUITSEVERYTHING Sport Coats SHOESINCLUDES


GOESI! ALL LATEST FABRICS,BLENDS AND SEASONAL, BROKEN SIZE GROUPS, DISCON. .
MODELS, INCLUDING FALL WEIGHTS. ALL HANDSOME NOTHING HELD BACK! NICE SELECTION OF BOTH REG- TINUED STYLES,AS WELL AS STAPLE STYLE IN MEDIUM -
BUYS AND PRICED TO MOVE IN A HURRYI ULAR AND LIGHTWEIGHT FABRICS.BLENDS, AND HIGHER PRICE RANGES.ALL EXCELLENT BUYS
AND PATTERNS. AT PRICES QUOTED!
ALL 35.00 SUITS-----NOW $23.95ALL
EACH PRICE GROUP A BUY!
VALUES TO 8.95 NOW $4.95
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39.95 SUITS-----NOW $26.95
ALL 24.95 COATS----NOW $15.95ALL26.95COATSNOW
VALUES TO 9.95--- NOW $5.95
ALL 45.00 SUITS-----NOW $29.95ALL

$17.95ALL29.95COATSNOW TO NOW $7.95
VALUES 12.95----
49.95 SUITS-----NOW $33.95

$19.95ALL35.oocOATsNOW TO NOW H.95
VALUES 16.95----
ALL 59.95 SUITS
NOW
----- $38.95

$23.95ALL VALUES TO 19.95----NOW $15.95
ALL 65.00SUITS-----NOW $42.95ALL

VALUES TO 24.95----NOW $]7.95
85.00 SUITS-----NOW $58.95 39.95 COATS----NOW $26.95SMALL
SIMILAR. REDUCTIONS ON OTHER RANGES
SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS NOT LISTED!


SLEEVE FIRST QUALITYSUMMER


SPORT SHIRTS SLACKSALL


FABRICS BLENDS,AND FINISHES.PLEATED AND PLAIN FRONTS.TAPPERED AND
OVER 2,000 TO CHOOSE FROM! REGULAR STYYLES.INCLUDING BELTLESS MODELS. REGULAR, SHORT, AND LONG
1 RISES.WAIST SIZES UP TO 50. GROUPED UNDER FOUR OUTSTANDING PRICES!
A TREMENDOUS VARIETY OF STYLES, FABRICS, AND PATTERNS! INCLUDES TAPERED TREMENDOUS SELECTION!
,POPOVER AND SHIRT-JAG STYLES AS WELL AS CONVENTIONAL STYLES. DIVIDED p
INTO TWO GREAT GROUPS AND PRICED TO CLEAR! REGULARLY REGULARLY REGULARLY REGULARLY V]
PRICED TO 6.95 PRICED TO 8.95 PRICED TO 10.95 PRICED TO 12.95
REGULARLY PRICEDTO REGULARLY PRICED

3.95 3.95 TO 5.95 NOW NOW NOW NOW


NOW 1.99 NOW 2.69 $4.95 $5.95 $6.95 $7.95



j OR 3 FOR $5.50 OR 2 FOR $5.00 Limited Quantity $14.95 SMALL, $15.95 CHARGE, $16.95 FOR ALTERATIONS Tropicals Now $9951 I



ENTIRE STOCKStraw SHORT SLEEVE ENTIRE STOCK


i Hats DRESS SHIRTSBY Swim WearBY


PANAMAS, MILANS, BRAIDS, REGULAR
AMERICA'S FOREMOST MAKERS OF MEN'S SHIRTS!(ENOUGH SAID?)LARGE THE MOST FAMOUS MAKERS OF
AND NARROW BRIM SHAPES, WIDE
SELECTION OF STYLES AND FABRICS. IINCLUDING BI-WAY COLLARS.DON'T BEACH WEAR.GOOD SELECTION OF
VARIETY OF COLORS AND STYLES.ALL
MISS THESE BUYS! STYLES AND FABRICS. INCOMPARABLE
FAMOUS MAKES. REGULAR AND
I VALUES AT PRICES QUOTED!
LONG OVALS.REGARDLESS ALL $2.99 SHIRTS ALL $3.95 SHIRTSNOW ALL $4.25 & $4.50 ALL $5.00 & $5.95

SHIRTS SHIRTS REGARDLESS OF COSTI!
OF COSTI!
NOW NOW NOW


NOW 1/ PRICEENTIRE $2.29TAPERED $2.89 $3.29 $3.69MEN'S NOW 1h PRICESELECTED



STOCK IRREGULAR SELECTED GROUPS

WALK SHORTSNice PANTSBelt SOCKSFrom TIESAll

Selection of Models Including ltJ'tIJ"TIlE Famous Maker. Famous
Styles Loop Makes.Ready
Wide Selection of Patterns
Colors,and Patterns! Extreme Tapered Colors, and Tied and To-Tie Styles
Styles.If
3.95-NOW 2.69 Styles.REGULARLY tfc Perfect Would Sell for Silks, Blends,and Wools.
Req.
PRICED 1.00 to 1.50 Pr. Req. 1.50 Ties
2For--_ fl.50
Req.4.95-NOW 3.69 4.95 AND 5.95 Fancy Nylon $1.00 R--
STRETCH.2 pr. ::0r '
Req. 5.95-NOW 3.89 NOW $3.95NO !. _$1.50
NylonOrlon $1 00 L
CREW SOX 2 pr.
ALTERATIONSARMY
SELECTED GROUP NATIONALLYADVERTISED


PAJAMASMostly.Short-Sleeve Knee KHAKI TWILL PANTSFirst C a STRETCH FIRST QUALITY SOX UNDERWEARFirst

Length Styles. World's Large Assortment. Famous Quality
Most Comfortable Make. Quality, Type I WEAR Make. Solids and Famous Maker.
REGULARLY PRICEDUP Cramerton Clot h With Fancies.
Wash and Wear Finish Briefs or Shorts_ f 2.00
REGULAR 69c 3 ,
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TO 4.95 A Genuine 5.50 Value! or prs. I
PLACE TO GO FOR THE BRANDS YOU KNOW" 1.00 SELLER T-Shirts '

NOW $2.59OR NOW $3.95 NOW 69c or 3 for__$2.00fadenhirts

QUINCY FLORIDA 3 Pairs $2.00 IPI
2 PAIRS$5.00 NO ALTERATIONS 49c or 3 for--$1. '


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THE CX\RERVATI\E!:
MALNSTKBAM
For 20 yean this writer bu
tried to avoid purely partisan
political hawlei. He till doten't
propon to make choices lor his
reader, except to urge upon them
principles that make choices poailble. -
Because principles are to
"_ /Mt'au ... I I Important, a retrospective analysisof
J
the preconvention "stop (A>ld>
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 25TH water" movement seems apropos.

100 Extra Stamps wIMN.'.IIS STMIU. IN.-WfTKHHT-IM 1 ((1" Hill movement made headlines
AOQO 0.ES il ? 1:; and developed larger slgnlflcanoe
) Swift Premium sioCANNED : : ? :: I than that of molt ordinary iterneclne >
finest Beef Sold :Iii party conteits.
Anywhere The Republican! were not engaging
In the quarrel along, for
there were plenty of outside participant
HAM SIRLOIN REG V t JUST HEAT I SERVE 32-FISH CAKES !. By the Fourth of July

=' Fish 2 B 69 certain commentators excited were columnists Insisting that and
cakes
4 2"ELGIN Steak 88x stopping Goldwater would be the
only way to save the nation. Press
performance as a whole was much
1 BONELESS FULL CUT ROUND COPELAND less than admirable Led by Pra-
12-oz. vda, the New York Times, the
Wieners 2 69 Saturday Evening Post. Howard
.?'; .!:.!' Steak. 88'BONELSSS Pkgs. ? C Smith and what teemed \like
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Who natural oglng doti for hosts of mass media workers the
,sA fin, chess end fine wlntj, II RUMP PEG 39< PALMETTO FARMS FRUIT COCKTAIL Liberal Establishment took a


I Ii ''s p E.'Q rAt, Bit alto at doer Winn-Dlxit.for the fins It beef m IlowRoast "' 8 8 ,/ Salad I I-Lb cup. JL/? what Republican frantic to personal do Party'about interest Goldwater.problem in the of

!'If end hones tht flavor WORD BATTLE

il8 YELLOW SOLIDSMARGARINE WD Beef end IncrtoMi Ittttndtrntu BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP REG. 33< SUPERBRAND SLICED Besides the run-of) -mill obloquy >.
and headlined mlslnterpr
without destroying
l'P' tht flnt beef ttxtun or making Cheese S%. 29 itions of modern, Goldwater interpretative
Roast. 8 8x news coverage was opopoftfc1
It soft and tpongy; 01 artificialttndtrlttrt ", g. by many national column-
III III t tomttlmti do. I lets who took Khruahev's cue and
BONELESS ROUND.Roast FROZEN SPECIALS re.LB made him out as"that wild man."
.
\\1\ JIJ But the worst semantic trick with

t \ I 0 7 ,., All cull of W-D Brand Bttf 8 8x FULL FLAVOR FROZEN STRAW. almost smear labels everybody.was one This that time took, have in

\_ art clot trimmed of bone and 10-0 $ log failed to make Goldwater anextremist"
Berries 5 1 "
the
of "ultraright
.4J fat b.forw.lghing and :
pock. 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W-D GROUND "kgs the whole pack went all out la
\ aging, You gtt mor* (ton, ttnltr > pinning the label of "moderate"
",..' LIMIT 2-LBS. WITH. "'J/ < bt.f ptr pound at your Gr. Beef 5 PK. $1 95Broadbrcastcd FLAVOR.RITE FROZEN RASPBerries on anybody wanting to stop Gold-
$5 ORDER OR MORE 7' frl.ndly Wlnn-DI.I.. water. They through this dodge
10-oz.
5 $1 1. would achieve the Impossible
"'; lIJ Pkgs make vative.a radical out of a conser

:.e__ PAN-REDI BREADED But a conservative of the Gold-
water type Is no extremist or
Lb radical. No amount of animosity
x Shrimp. 2 T from communications media could
Small 4-8 Lbs. Pkg. make the Senator Into more tan
simply a conservative, and con
servatives are generally moderatein
their views But they did not
stop at this. If the Senator couldbe
persuaded to take'centaln extreme .
positions, or change his
TURKEYSMRS. mind, he would appear unreliable
and no man of principle,
SPECIALI A Positive Vole
The curious: blindness of provisional
observers apparently still
SMITH'S FROZEN discounts the of
i til leaF ., presence censer
r s' Apple' Cherry Blueberry vatlve thought In the nations Generally -
r Ignored by news media was
if FRUIT PIES the fact that Goldwater won 53,5
per cent of nearly two milllan\ primary
:: votes, with Ms closest rival
getting only 15 per cent Maulve
J} lIJ opposition from liberaldominatedlabor
form liberal dominated
PERFECT communications media, from lib
39 eral-controlled government, and
FOR COOKOUTS, \EA. ;J from groups other was political tremendous and pressure cam

QUICK from conservative-minded people
< who understood
\ GRADE FROZEN FAMILY SIZE Until the California primary.
there was little recognition of fact .
& that the Senator strength came
.
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--- -.- -- -. t -- conservative voters who did
'U !A
1t t I t 1 t t commentators on what Goldwater
1t /I t t believes They understand him.
1 I I 1t 1/ and they were voting for him, and
1t /I / 1 1 not to stop somebody. Their man
h tt I 1 1 had expressed a positive political
1 I t 1
ts I 1 1I 1I 1 philosophy. It was his detractors
I 1 I 4 1 who had label as extremist one
I / /
MAXWELL
I 1 who champions the rights of the
I 1 I F 1D1s 1t tt Individual, who would curtail expending
H0MAXWELL I I 1 I, r I N'" I 1 ( J KRAFTMayonnaise power In the central
I ..'. government, who would prefer a>
1 I /, ....!:;. 1
I 1, 7/0 tree enterprise economy rather
I 1, than socialist experiments, and
1 I 1, t 1 show the
who would endeavor to
1
I 1
t
1 I u, 1 .1 1 march of Communism.A .
I I II 1 t Continuum Debate
I II / t 1
I ASTOR I II 'I BLUE or WHITE ARROWDETERGENT FAMILY CREMESANDWICHES PILLSBURY'S BESTFLOUR VAN CAMP Neither of our major parties has

COFFEESave 'I COFFEESave I=! VIAYONNAISESave Pork & shown to principle.enough downright Instead of dedicatIon athem-

= Il ,, Beans ng to win both the organized vote

14* 1-Lb. Can I 18' 1-Lb. Can !I Save \\\t\ Giant Box Bog =I 10< Quart Jar : Save 5 i and parties the need Independent to find principles vote, our to


69 1 1' 59; !1 1 1 1 1i i 148' 1 l i9-1; 49' ,1t 1t 49'' .1t I ; which easier People. Good to they do"flexibility"find not may TV than want personalities attach good parties that principles their allows to loyallty. are exercise .



rGood To The LOll Drop ;I New Eaty Open Con !! Comport Quollty and Prk.u : Crockln'Good Big 60 CooMti Im'G..1mIIIRn{ Guar. by Good HuMkttpIng j DMO'South Meyonnaltt qr. J9< :I Limit 1 with $5. ord.amore the convenient way the changing wind blows.according to

.-'lY.-f-.u-.., .2..:rr.r UIWf""" I\T,' '''.''''' ,....- -- .!-t: -.:.H.-0....--- _--..-. ., -' .-=1" ;j\1I' JIII'lfT --- -I prime Integrity need:of disdain for e principle Is I the'
II behind most of our fumbles Is
_
aneA wIN TAerew .seer domestic and foreign policy. Regardless -
EXTRA ::Ares Sandwiches... : Ea, 301 SAVE .t EA. ASTOR YELLOW CLING of which party Is In

J'Jl waMrNwwr.wrON GREEN STAMPS ::,TA'seTnMdwkh w/TN ,eu.AN. . & 39 Peaches 6 :Isl.1. ,,, make power,evident the American their growing people must appreciation

".e>...PNea.NNOWA.e !viS E'E15'"To. Pkq for the conservation of
JOHNSONCoconut Peaches American values. In the next few
CaktCMS .TANK piTkie'leoV" 8-or. Pka. 39f months there will be continuous
JULT lira M aneA WITH TAerow CNII>M> SAVE }, EA. .,THRIFTY 3t"ALASKA or Swt. debate of those Issues Involved In
THUD
Q'..D h 3 39* Pkqi. $1. 2 lb.. 39c the maintenance of freedom of opportunity -

.if ANr wm NvN II ,A5, retete CAIs t Twin Pk S9EX'YRA < Peas 8 Cans 303 $1 .............. and preservation of individual
for It>
Rd Coulomb liberty- a salUYfl'lloId
Sante Rot people, for a fuller measure of

1 EXTRAJ'X 3.5/el EA. Hl-C FRUIT FLAVORED Plums2L49 Initiative and for conserving our
GREEN STAMPS dGREEN STAMPS basic values. AU Americans ewe
..M.M.Me N.we w eel M N..N hoe 1.01.. Senator Goldwater their appreciation
Tw.' Pee. ,....... II, WOSTN OHto Drinks 3 =: 89 for sharpening\ the touts ta
I0 flshT Steaks Candyroe. this continual debate.

.... .TNeY JULY teTN FRESH Mountain Grown
k TNSY JULY lIflIAr .
SAVE 7, ALL PURPOSE OIL
ANT w1lN..." II .. .hot wM..." IS Bible Verse

WessonSAVE 2Bo: .. 28, Pole BEANS Throe BifrHuo muter kareeM -

EX"RJ A EXTRA.J' .a"* a gash suMter tt ItfmCkrM.

)}(;..GREEN M war w STAMPS lAenr.P.u. eel GREEN M rM1ebe.IOA.STAMPS. SAVE I0, AU PURPOSE a. To whom were these words

".... Peoaw re... NO. "11 e.... ILUIChunk addressed
IDA an pad .AV LIO" vier 2. By whom were they spoJusiT
Potato Nuggets Tuna Astor Oil2 i ::. 25; J. Who wise Tlmolhi mother

.: ..*. THUU JULY ..,e,.., ._TMU JULY 2 ; and frandmothrrt .
[r. ItTHII .y .
ISTMs 4 where may this verse be i
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wNw Ar ANt w1w M\N REG. Jl| Dlxlt Darlmg Crocktd Wheat bind?
.u.- T. BIble v-
Bread 2Rtd t.vt 33 1. Timothy a young preacher
EXTRA EXTRACREErSTAMPS ; of the Gospel.t .
dh( GREEN STAMPS 1 J'1i JUMBO ISIZE :n WESTERN VIM RIPENEDCantaloupes By Paul.die Apostle.
.1elMM.rM/WM ..rM".a.MrW.rON. S. Jewish women, named Be.rsce .
PW.IAN., ..... ........ I... P.C.... 49< DIXIE DARLING RAISINCremes 3 FOR 1. and Lois, .,
Oran HINUTS=* DtllchtTHUU MAID 4 ciiia'iO' : 1 4. II Timothy J.INnr -

Jut* l.t. o 2t? _Jw.v ae.NAT 39x Valhi T wKs

..___ 14 AN.wN...w.w 17 Tort-Twenty chUdree tapublksertool .
,-- klndrnuwa bale
UncM themselves to read at eecondcrade -
level by ndnc a "cm.
putrrted typewriter." Dr. Joie K.


The.Smapt Place To Bo.., Jib" Bood Thing81D Eat t Mantis..Iper a HitmiTi term* to and dab type word htadeaQ are tellers cpokn u rrpfuductd ward ilnuuuluauKiua uld by and DMyaunatm lie M


machine b ab gives Ow rtfldlotiULlkMi

c. theprotxee a irfttuNal
fl. ""'" .

a The Slat Heart of Cammradcaiam
x 315 West Jefferson Street about B fold uOetn to.
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The Church ia the -
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ing of character and good
ctacenahip./ It !II a itorehouM\
There I is something very special about a boy and his dog. The dog so obviously of spiritual; \ values Without

I : .. wants nothing more than to devote his life to his small master. He takes his boy a strong church, neither

on faith and, inevitably, the boy lives up to it can democracy lurviv nor There civilization are four

sound reasons why
For faith creates a challenge. If someone believes something good of you, you person should attend services every

find yourself eager to measure up to that standard. regularly\ and support the)
church. They aw (1)) For his

God looks for the best in all of us. Regardless of what may have happened own ,aake sake,((2)((3)) For th..ale his chit.dren' .

yesterday we are, today, welcome in His Church. He has faith in us. Should we of his community and nation.
have, less than faith in Him? (4)) For the take of the church
ibelf which needa his moral .
and material lupport. Dun
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8 Ears 58c lb.29c oQc-A&P Fruit 39c


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Box
GROUND SPARERIBS oi_SOLiquid

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BEE P Chiffon
12 Oz. on.
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l {xba STAMPS PLAID 1 N 11!; lb. 39 / lb. 39 Frozen Birdseye Concentrate"Awake"

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With Hill MlII"III[ end imrrhm tIC$! .
rlnl.l.rAnll"le 'JQJ! Save at 46 P/Specltlll As P Drink

| i.SandwichSpread 7-2S. OMIHHI IIMH! thin July 39c 21.{{::1; 9 9 Can Oz. 39c
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25{xba PLAID T. JAR Cat FoodSTAMPS
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I I I|j J.Barbecue 721. r xiMm I Sauce u K| Ihra July 33c J'-fj g:1! Bleach I
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VUlh thin rtwpim end pun>M.. WjBJII I 3Lb.in 7Q-
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II J.Blackberry 7-2S.I'. """ tri
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: ii iiii iiiii
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J. 7-Jl.Dressing CWIIMW, IIKN! lhr. July II.ffj;! 4 ) 2, Bars 41c

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r 25 bra STAMPS PLAID' I._| Mayonnaise Jar 45c Sp Aiidor( 2'21c t Z Can He

Uiw Ilili Lulu| .e.dYrrAa.e e/e/i
4 .:3H.......Oi... I'kg KriuUr .llllarile| l -:!= Gerber Strained
K \'au 10rlo.iiv.Ht t AliP jjj!! Del Monte A4P Frozen Spears
Iii Puddings,,. 33c Hi! Baby Food
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I' Mi. Cuu| 1",11Ihrw July' u. i! ti'J Oz BROCCOL Prices In this Ad are good
TUNA 36 89c 12100z.37c .
.!!!!.:.azK:1C1IJR.i. _-___ __u.u.: Cans \ through Sunday. July 26 64'Jars* 65c

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4 Rutl 1'h1.!N.r111rr.Bathroom -14 H.lk(.11N't_.. Old t........ A&P SweetPolalces Ann Page In Tomato Sauce Hall Mark Whole Irish
2 Pork 'N Beans 3 35c Potatoes
Cans 45c
Tissue ... 39c Coconut Cookies __ $1.00 c< {ca 10:
Ann Page Boston Style or Veg. Ann Page Concord Ann Page Family Size
Light Itti 0.Meat 01.star-Lit Tuna __ 35ch r1.1 10 ru..tJ Beans 3 cot 35c Grape Jelly zJLb.. 53c Ketchup 2 'Bo;tip 49c
Buttermilk Biscuits _ lOc Crystal Pure Strawberry Our Own 64 Count Sultana
j Oatmeal I' 0. r11.Cookies 6lrtrlnlaae_Old_l_s.hlw__ 51.00 I ." Preserves 2Iaf 59c Tea Bags 49c Salad Dressing j 35c
..... .1 IJh Pit. MtMmi lane Parker CremeCookies Ie Off Jane Parker Fresh Crisp
I, Sugar$- 1 La Cookies rr[ 11..11'1..n_ _-_OW_n_t a_ 111 e 51.00 Oreo Cookies ._. 39c 3 %? $1-00 Our Own Tea pk4' 51c Potato Chips 1P 49cr

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1sae Hints ToHomemakers





Dr Marjorie R. Gregory

,v flume rmoiiMrmm| Afoul
RIW POODRaw

foods are "ny the deaf
rat .loves of the food faddist who Q
would like to con rl the human
being oVte call\ peeking, Into
a grazing animal 'forgetting thai

digestive the erralaW'equipmen'quite from different the human -

A, certain pemtuage of raw WALL'S King Cole Super Market

foods, exprctally fruit and vegetables
is doslrsbl In the dirt
but mart ol our ommon foods ,', I"-... GEORGIA GRADE "A"FRYERS
'AlIk'h... ruMonwnly served'
'
cooked are nut onl) more patol .
able In their cooked form but more -
,
'
In the "cool" room of the Havana Tobacco Leaf Corporation' warehouse Victor But. easily disrated and tow Irrltat- '" ,
,
log to the digestive tract as well "' '
ler, left Luther Hook and Supervisor Sylvester Yawn land behind a rolling table "
piled high with hands ol Candela. Cuban.type tobacco, The tobacco which it handledin SALT

a room that is cooled to approximately 75 degree and humidity controlled is graded You ran tear Kinds o( Inlet i\ ,

sorted and tied into hands then hung up in long rows (seen behind the table) about what lilt will do to you If J to
until enough moisture Is taken out prior to packing in corrugated boxes, lor cold you don'I watch. out According to i.
one Ingenious theory the Chinese -
storage -Havana Herald Photo
use It lo commit suctde we never I r
were able to vrrilj 'List and, ( ( '
therefore there! outhi m be a lawn I. j\ 29 e
America prohibiting the used Ib
tail In canned Bootln It was atone .
time brlleved IP hr Injurious ,
to the blood vowels and It "has
been aroused ol Injuring the kid-

neyt,
The truth In DM exit) it 1\1'(_-
cry to maintain the proper bal HECK PIGBONES5Ibs.89cTAILS
ante of ronntiturnti tn the blood,
the ttafcue fluids and the cells. In
hot weather when tal It host
through penpintlidn 'he loss ol
4k 89c
salt may bring sboui heat rxhauition .
In a rare but wool
disease Involving the adrenal
glands salt utilization I. deranged .
and death mull The normal
Individual eating tar much salt
gets rid ofIt through the kidneys, FRESHGROUND
but Ihlt Is no sign that it hat in-
lured the kldneyiFxeept ,

,- .. circulation,for edmt pfttnw, or other with reuse poor BEEF d

for which nhytlctan may ,"th<
the lilt Intake. there la not much h'k f
?IIr-I danger at eating tm much. salt.Hlenipa ,

,
t luredAtlantaMe'

Lucy McDmald 3 9ge .
was cured of the hiccups one weekbefore Ibs.
I Shown In the newly completed"cool" room of the Havana Tobacco Leaf Corporation she hid hlccuped for s
the / receivedmany
While hud
looking over some of the new Cuban.type Candela tobacco are, left to right: Claude year suggeiitions for a curenothing ,
Arlington and company officials, C. V. Butler vice-president Karl Heythekker secretary helped until a phsrmarlut
.treasurer and Sylvester Yawn supervisor of the warehouse and packing plant Dr. Roy Faith gave her a drug
The cool room which is a new 90 x 40 foot addition to the existing building Is used to He destined to mnke public the PIG BEEF
process the Candela tobacco which cures out to a dark green color and must be name of the drug, but utd It UI
and couldn't revealIt
common drug
handled in controlled temperatures and kept in 'cold storage after grading and name bid'sure he was not) tphyilrtan

packing a PilWl Havana Herald Photo_. and could not prescribe, FEEF s IB, 79 _LIVER 3 Ibs. 99cGROUND






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-sNEW 1.. ,
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TYPE TOBACCO PACKING BOX Ottlce Yawn,! I' r ,- !; ';

left and Van Cook stop in their labor of assembling '
'
corrugated boxes far tobacco storage and handling to' ,
exhibit one of the type used for packing Candela tobacco,' VEGETABLES ,

The three air slits to permit air circulation In cold storagecan I "

be seen on the back side and are duplicated on all '
four sides of the box which is lined with unwaxed brown I I L"

wrapping paper. The box Is designed in two halves that ,I PURPLE HULL PEAS
collapse Into each other and from 100 to 110 pounds Is I or CROWDER

packed Into each box. Havana Herald Photo Looking through the door of the casing room, a new Innovation ...

in the tobacco and curing process now used at GOLDEN RIPE

GARDENINGIN the Havana Tobacco Leafs warehouse the Cuban-type

tobacco can be seen hanging overhead. Holding one of lb. 9c

oCoca3ulina IJ'I FLORIDA the long sticks which will occomodate SO hands, from

left to right are Willie SwaUle and standing Walter Her BANANASButter

By H rvey Sharpe, Ullnerbirlda ring, Luke Sloan, Ben Floyd and Rafus Price employeesof

!! AgriculturalFitewiliM the firm. The casing room when full hangs 174 sticks

L Hmlr and can be filled three to four times a day with the casing

__ There Is s hedge for every purpo process for each lot taking about two and a half how. BEANS2c

., Hutch I ;;, Havana Herald Photo
thorny Trifoliate orange -- -
Every newspaper does a [rest hedge may not keep the Martian'mind will grow In partial shade, (Chat In Staff Sergrant 10 e
.
local merchants out but it will /hinder other Invades -
deal of telling for from I aland strong gluts d wind or willtolent I I 1.IPMUII, la a training terhnlcianof lb.
In Information the newt and on new feature foods.stories styles your favorite making flower a racewayof bed I, salt spray Learn all trie ( the squadron and lives In 2 Ibs. BUSHEL $325
before alit.
advantage and disadvantage Tiemoa Hreen It an air
household appliance, real estate Where ordinances prevent electric planting policeman. and llvet In Quinrybason .
development. and new automobiles shock fences. try the ysupon M
1 Time a weapon mamienim'tuprrvlanr
Ptsatlee
It carried at newt 'or Ilex. vomltorta. The compact !
and
Uvet 120 Wed
at
Moat varteUct of hedge plants I
Nearly every hedge usually becomes the home can be set at any time during Ihe Tennessee Street TalUhanae,
paper ( ) of waxpi and serves the same I year except during pertudt ofdrought I Wilder lives at lit 4 Old Bainbridge II SUNGOLD MORTON CREAMOLEO
ways. pubtuUe eommWlil1"I purpose sgainst all comers Rand. It M sdmlnlslraU I
Ta hide the fallout ahelter from
at local with the
Llhe Prior I to planting prepare the specialist squadron
the tax aanesaor, plant a wax '
about UrMllle It Ral
swift soil by cultivating a strip 4 fret employed at
tural faculties In tot community i,pnvet hedgt wide and mix In an ample amount ford Male Prison; Brerorn .It sprodure PIES
Is not the motivethen .
If tax evaaion
Indirect i effect on retain tala
have an of welt-rottrd manure If the sl'll1II tap man; aKunVnt
I tt Is soil s good Idea to consider
sates.of and Wilder at
by
employed
quite sandy, then dig a trent-h
done 1 I this fad-growing plant. became
enurse, general telling 11 Inches deep and the width of the Wale Met* ftyatem.rVrlda .

In the lo newt atnurt columns the use is of not a p5111'cuter sufficient green It foliage putt on and a maw will of adapt gknay-II- the with hedge a mixture row of fill lop the soil trench and!I --refund; ;rwvllmlnunv

the consumer seekIng eau to all owners. This includes 3 ,0. 25C Chocolate 14 Ot
:
stow by .thoat who like to the I manure If available ortanlcmailer of ealrtum, phmphiirua, I 29C
better pester plant I
benefits of a new or every week with the shears and, such at leaves, dead rooprr. sulphur, Iron and Mill, I Pottiti or Coconut PU
broriurt come from 1 thrav who neglect the plant. I Ii I great, weeds. prat or straw will,Important for healthy taumans.norida .
may
A news story __L
enrich sandy
i II drive a compact car and help
the local home demonstration you ettabUahrd terollae aalt wave In-
I After It Is s Salting
home and site
owe a s miniature l
with
agent, or, It may originate It 'lot, then consider the QUi eee,the hedge twfce a year, affording:dusty ranks fifth hi the t r.
the staff of the newspaper;:1 Boxorang (Srvertnia buxifuualhedge I to Univemly of needs ornamental 'and fives rmpfcwmeal la ever
deal with a new teases ALL BRANDS
2 m I-JOOO
pry the This Is M stiracttve. expert They say apply '-
it be a picture oa 100square
or may 4 ol feruluer per
pounds
at local dwarf plant that Is Ideal l's' either
bleat beach equipment feet of .hedge row
s formal or Informal tents" I
swimming plantsfoul attest of lot boundary Breauae of me many soil type CIGARETTES
stories are bcnafide your RUST.OLEUMSTOPS $269ALL
teed for hedges Cln.
tn totes ScvertnU Is better than a wooden ,I and aroret of plants
They deal with changes They pdripa"drmIInd sptte fence, berauae the tpuiyprtcUes K Is .pod Ue to coitartyour
and customs.
I county sgms for rorreitamlyals
ot this hedge plant wlO
and to a great eKt *- .
.
public :
to apply
0I1Prtib.
demand Jar eertamstories 11 sever let a tomcat sit atop tt and. (
Droadea seedaa
U general aulee hedges
by mght.or
tquaUM sea
But *')I or those without mottves.there .( sold type fernllarr plus spra RUST FLAVORS WCDRINKS rUDA'S CORNEDBEEF
pceU. the
; appUraooM d Iron to keep
ere many plants thai will
brand
do not pieeU a particular I i shape hue ornamental hedges forbeauty's Inttaie from turning yell"'
.... Aunouds
or e part uIsr cake a..... Crepemyrlte, rartley guava laid
they ai.. 811 aid to artveedwrt- These halide the Turks Cap, wax privet hedges often need a Available In I 3a99 BCan 39
should trot
and
a.ra brine. they staid rand gnat Mire, Gtaaqr. Abeua.Baoltaitvlli.arstiwtM1rl4 Guides Manw.sjalee. .,aprrtal to kerf.them.....florifty.mZme.erO--

.". alert b'al1IW'I'ChaDt dtded---1 M pale bunerOysuah Cokles Dewdrop ,eteeu7 often .-. rep b ekwrs- All Colors
Me d the Inforrna5aa k+ I potnaetna. ,..;.. Mints:cherry. was privet and ersnteytaamlne -
apetialsinew.
-. aI sections Ms ne-Werby and irtngrelated ,i,Moe-F. hedges. AVAILABLE IN BUSH'S BUTTERBEANS STAFFORD BABY LIMABEANS
ALL SIZE CANS
Mire new
adverts !* 'I edrlnoial kstlngs of kwdge'plants Four Airmen
started 11I11! '
which tnnds..Uyrrrntefa U>*initnes whtt;'' feat are adapted M yoertorattty CANSGuaranteed 12 O rs
will profit from efcangang coMact pour county acrtaitoaral Are Promoted SPRAY 9c lOc
demands.La I agent or your surarrySHectkn to Cora Pkg.

e -- I ., flie props sedge I Pramotkei of four aimtea togiwke STOP RUST
sir ta..w7-
plant. to vttaLIf ,hidwr see Mrs anmamced
JTAnriertne Ind-Afthouck ... was, the tot at smsIL e .hedged ,by U Cot Jew W faerOamiiendton STANDARD PAXTomatoes: ROBERTS VANILLA
rte far !IiI huneymi-V Adrian the keel etoss Or. K tke M the tIMh Aa TarteReaerv LARSENLUMBER
... cmaolerlener ........ ....
Huff nt prataed es e hem He4rtwe S large fern can I Rerowryft s
home to pick e.We haomcetot \ grnnng ...... or oonadee at the sM tlrpafi to TsUahas-
catfrf arty awed enraoMaiwae W keitgelout CO. 49c WAFERSw29
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gist her kaby sae sa 4 dwMiedta Nana a 11ft 1a her are CeHI 0 DeMUetmm < .
...... IMf irvtv* the Ike -. : bit! to Terh Heerseee Phone 627-7278
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aed Ma brute On tnmer,,be esre it wm serve you ........ K WWer Jr. see-
1LasHA. ... ..... .taste X the site* you leas as I- boea Arena !test

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ENews-Views of Gads ens Colored PeolelWoods :





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FuneralTo Willie Mason Monroe, Crutcher Hospital ReportAdmissions I Choir Union Held

Choir Union No. 4 met at Oak

Be SaturdayFuneral Rites Held To Be Speakers July 20 ( Date- Inclusive July 14 )through drove pm. with AME.Chaplain Church Henry July Shoe-19, 3

service will be con Services tor Mr. Willie Mason Mrs. Flare Loeb Monroe will be' CTLOREDWlnfield make and President R. Porter
Ls. Ip held from the 11-00 at Tanner Bostick, Crisle Simmons, All
ducted for Hlghsmlth Woodi, of /r was Friendship Bap- a.m. speaker presiding choirs were at their
tist Church, Sunday, 3 pm. with Chapel's Annual Women Day program Bernice Jones, Alphonso Richardson post singing old and new sprituals -
Quincy at 2 o'clock Saturday the Rev. Charles GlUlam, ministerIn Sunday July 26, She is the Robert J. Gordon, Elease which were enjoyed by those
afternoon, July 25 at the AnUocb charge: He died at the Gads lovely wife of Mr. Reglnal Mon Knight, Shelvy Copeland Lemon attending The Financial report at
M. B. Church with the Rev. N. den County Hospital, Thursday roe, an Outstanding business man llornsby, Elsie Mae Zelgler Lucille their meeting amounted to $304.-
Bowen officiating' Interment will 9.25: a.m. A native of Thirds, helived of this county and mother of a Mason, Robert Bradwell, 70. The next meeting will begin
in Gadsden County for several -1 brilliant little daughter, Regina Laura Byrd, Quincy; Gerald MOo the Friday night before the third
follow In the Sunny Vale Cemetery years. The deceased was Monroe. Mrs Monroe is the Swain, Adell Davis, Mt. Pleasant; Sunday In August at Steward
with the Betsey Funeral employed by a local concern for daughter of Dr. Jonas Loeb a Annie Mae Boyd, Herbert Lane, Temple AMEChurch on the
Home In charge of arrangement F several years. He Joined Friendship Black Smith and Veterinarian of Greensboro; Ed Harrison, Havens Attapulgus Highway, Rev. J L.
Decatur Geogrla. DP Lo- ; Nettle Fleming Chart. Rosa
Primitive Church County,
Baptist Nealy, pastor.
Woods died at 8:30 Sunday
Mr. : where he served until he became ed played a great role in his child- Mae Brown, Artapulgus, Ga.
morning July 19. unable, ren'* life because he was both Funeral NoticesThe
Bom In Tclogla Mr. Woods A short preceded the father and mother for them. He Thank YouWe
program funeral service of the late
moved to Quincy several yean eulogy. strove to see that all his children wish to thank every one who
and wa* a retired contractor. lie The survivors '. Mrs. received the best educational opportunities was so thoughtful of me while I Mr. HIghsmith Woods win be heldat
Willie
wa a member of the Antioch M. If wife are: possible Mn. Monroe wa* in the hospital and at home. Antioch M. B. Church on Sat-
Mason Mrs. Emma Sampson

B. Church. Tampa, sister. MIMI RosaL. received her elementary and high We thank you for the cards, flowers urady, July 25, 2 pm.
Survivor Include hli wife, Mn school education at Hutto High
visits, donations and telephone
for the late
Retha L.. Miss Charles lEmma Funeral services
Gladys Woods of Panama City; school Bainbridge, Georgia: then calls, May God add his
four daughter, Mrs Gladys Will. Lee Mason, Mrs. Francis Mrs, Wiley Donovan her B ,'3. Drgee in education from richest blessing upon each of Mrs. Julia Slmmi will be held at
jams, Panama City, Miss Olyean Stevens, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Mr and Mrs Ed Joiner of Florida A and M University, and YO Antioch M. B. Church on Sunday,
Woods, Tallahassee, Miss Mary and Mrs. Bertye Brown, daughters Quincy announce the marriage has done further study at the same r. and Mra. Charlie Smith July 26, 1964, 3 p.m.
Wood, Teanaek, N. J., and Mini Johnny L., Charlie F., and ot their daughter, Sandra Belvin, University. She Is a member of
Garfield Clark, Tunkegee, Ala.; Willie J. Mason sons. to Wiley Donovan. The cememony Nelson Chapel A.M.E. Church,
'erne son Sgt Hlghgmllh Wood, Interment was held In the Friendship took place Saturday, July 4 with BaInbridge, serve on the facultyof
Spain; one sister Mm. Coro .st Cemetery. Simms-Jack- the Rev. Blakely officiating. the Artapulgus, Elementary
James, Quincy; two grandsons, son Funeral Home in charge. i School, Attapulgus, Ga, a member
Rudell C. Betsey Jr., and James Hawks Defeat of the Dacatur County Teach-
C. Wood, both of Panama City: \\i. Old Bethel I ;er's Association the Georgia's:
one granddaughter, Wellna R Teacher's Educational As oclat-
Harris, Panama City; a son.in- Church News Clowns 3 1 Ion, a Junior Satward, and a member
law, Kill Wllllami Jr., Panama .ffr' I of the Blctory Club of Nelson -
City; and a daughter-in-law! Mm The second place Hawks, of Chapel A.M.E. Church. She
Cornell ,!. Woods, Spain. ., f Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Sunday Havens defeated the first place possesses a lovely personality and
/ A Morning July 26, 1964. Morn- clowns of Tallohessee this past las a wealth of rich experiences
Ing worship 11:30: a m.. Our Men Sunday by a score ot 31. Mr. J, T. Crutcher will deliver 1 J
According to the State Boardof and Womens Day Program was he Men' address at 2.30: m.He 't1:1
In p. :
the
: The
mullet aim game was played
Conservation, the ,
very successful We thank all who I Is the husband ol the talented
Hawks Nest which is Gu Bents
called Use li the Florida saltwater
,
took In Al-I Iak' father of
." part our program. Mn Addle Crutcher, N
Field of Havana
Din caught in greatest through only reached the half Wanda Merle and Stephens TIm- f 9fae
Numbers Now being canned, itcompares w pMrs. I By winning Sundays game the
way of our quota we are butcher ot Quincy, Floridaand
favorably with salmon Sterling DeVon Dupont Hawks are now in a first place othy:
to finish next month of
hoping up foster father Benjamin
Each team
tie with the Clowns.
In flavor and quality. Mr*. Katie Jean Baker of Quincy and Mr. Bob D. Bakerof We raised July 12th 1964, in ourdrive has lost three games. Hatcher of Atlanta, Georgia. Mr.
the sum ot H28.44, our goal Crutcher is presently pastor of
Miami, announce the marriage of their daughter, Joan, I The winning pitcher wa Rusfus
the members
was $80000 and we five clowns Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Quincy
BOXYTHEATRE to Sterling DeVon DuponL Sterling II the Ion of Mr. and of Old Bethel A.ME. Church extend Slater.players Slater and struck walker out eleven. Florida and ha pastored in Mtp'x

Mrs, Ira Dupont of Quincy Joan .Is a graduate of CarterParratnore our special thanks and ourappreciation 1 The success of the Hawks victory the State of Georgia, Florida and
High School and I. currently enrolled at Flor l to each and every can be contributed to the Kentucky. He Is chairman of the
member from the different district of the Gads-
Ida A and M University Mr, Dupont II also graduate churches who appeared on starting nine. The starting nine Steering den County Committee Voter Registration
of Carter-Panamore and 1 senior at Florida A and M are as followers: Awry, Hicks,
a program and those who was not Smith, R. Williams, Ed Williams, Project VIce-Presldent of the
Quincy Flo. University, majoring in political science. on program Also to those who Scottie, Klmble, Dixie, and Slater Gadsden County interdenominatIonal -
donated an offering. We thank you The Hawks will play Camlllie at Ministerial Alliance. He has
and everyone. Mr. Powell E. next Sunday.Dodger worked with the National Urban
I Sunday Funeral Here and ThereJames Woodberry, Mr. Robert Bryant, Camillle League and ha* served a* religious
Friday Saturday. I and Prof. V. D. Hamilton, our director ot the Sarah D. Murphy
July 24. 25 ForMrs.Simms and Rosemary Andrews special thank to Mrs. Estelle Hoi- Suffer Orphanange in Rock Mark,
I are spending two weeks in Tampa loman, chairman, Miss Mabel Georgia. Reverend Crutcher received
Funeral services 1 11 set for Mrs. Florida with an Aunt and Uucle Jones[ co-chairman- Worse Defeat his education from More-
GERONIHOStarring Julia F. Slmms, Sunday, July 20, Mr. and Mr. Lee Montgomery and house, Atlanta, Georgia: and FAM '
time to be annuonced from Strums cousin, Jerome. University, Tallahassee, Florida. ae
Jackson Funeral home The service I The Quincy Dodgers suffered
Rites
Graveside
will be conducted from Airman Cephu Campbell visited theIr worse defeat on the season, The guest superintendent, Mr.
Chuck Connors Antioch Missionary Baptist Church Mr- and Mr*. Rudolph Carter Sunday- They were able to get Waslell Francis will have a* his .. nono. ___ .no___
Kamala Devi 'Rev. Nehemlah Bowen, minister and a sister, Miss Judy Camp. For Henry BrownGraveside only five men on based three on staff of teachers: Mr. Leafell
In charge The deceased pinned bell en route to Pompano Beach to walk and two on hits and errors Clary, Mr. Jessie King Mn SAILING SHIPS GATHER NEW YORK-Cadet John Bahrt ot
PLUSJACK following a short Illness at the visit his parents: Duputy Sheriff services as, Ichauway defeated them 5 to Millie\ H. Knights, Mn. Barbara Springfield, Mass, secures- line on the U.S. Coast Guard
were con- Buack, and Miss Marion Robinson three-masted brig Eagle: oft N.Y.In the
Gadsden County Hospital >phus and Mrs. Campbell, Sr? darted for little Brown of nothing to give the Dodgers their Brooklyn background
Henry Mr. Leroy McGrtll will gives is the Chilean vessel Etmeraldo.: The
lie will be stationed at McDill second shutout of their career. sailing ships were among
THE I A native Floridian she livedon Air Force Base, Tampa, Fla. Shiloh at 11:30: a.m. Thursday Sundays game was a big one for general review ot the lesson S3 from It nations to arrive for a rendezvous New York.
16 In the St. Mark
west Brumby Street, city forseveral morning July
Airman Gary Carter on of Mr. team, a victory meant tie for Cto worship, Mrs. Susie Turner
with the Funeral
Cemetery Betsey
years. and Mr*. Rudolph Carter has re- :', a lost, second place So that tin Maggie Coins, Mrs CarrieWalker
.
deceased lome In charge of arrangements.The
The memberof
GIANTKILLER wa a turned to the base after ; Scripture, Mn. Candalsy
spendinga in
I the way it is, theJodgl'n are
Antlol'h! Missionary Baptist Infant died at 3 o'clot Wednesday -
LanIer Mrs
30 day leave with his parents second place. Rayfield Ellas cameon ; Decalogue Betty
Church for several years: She Carter will be stationed at West afternoon\ in the Gadsden In relief of Eddie J. Weston Bryant; Missionary offering, Mrs DANNY LOVES LEBANON AT NY WORLD'S FAIR
served" and County Hospital
discharged her financial '
\ Over Massachusetts. He Alice Fields; Announcements,
recently and pitched shutout ball from the
his
Suvlvors include parents,
obligation on several boards
Mrs. Ambrosia Sapp; Occasion,
completed a 15-month assignment third. However, the Dodgers
She possessed" a pleasing personality Mr. and Mrs Willie Brown Jr., Mrs King Solo Miss
Maggie
Starring of oversea duty in Pails- couldn't get on the Scoreboard ;
which made for her of Quincy] two brothers Marvin
mAny Damella Andrews Introduction

Kerwin Judl Meredith Matthews, friend eulogy.A short program precededthe tan.Miss Betty L. Wllllami wishes! and paternal Willie grandparents Brown of Quincy, Mr.; and his Next meet the Sunday Tallahassee the Dodgers All-Stan will at of bell speaker; Presentation, Mn. Maurlne: of Corsage Camp, '1't l t r. p.y t't'Dann

The survivors are: Mr Charlie to thank everyone who helped Mrs. Willie Brown Sr. of Quincy 3:00: p.m. Mrs Lula Stokes; Address Mrs.
Slmms, husband, Mrs. Rosa L make her trtp to New York a ; his maternal grandparents, Flora L. Monroe; Invitation to e
I Mitchell, and Miss Dorothy L. pleasant one. I Mr. and Mrs Odies Harley, Qulncy. Chapel Rites For joiners, Mn. Authle Zelgler; Offertory -
Sunday July 26 Run, daughter. Horace Curtis, May God. Bless and Keep eachof Mn. Louvenla Bradwell;

son, Blglervllle: Pa. Miss Betty you. Abraham Warren Mrs. Estella Forehand, Mrs. Sallie
( btt RT"FAMOUS Ann Curtis, and Miss Barbara J. Mrs. Nina Wllllami has returned Watkins, Miss Mary Alice Brad-
Thompson, granddaughters, Horace from her vacation In Texas Agents Attend I well; Remarks, Reverend W. li
SINNER OP.TIIKMALU Curtis, Jr., and Julius Mitchell where she. visited her son and Chapel service for Abraham Braxton; Benediction, Mn Authle
grandHon Mrs. Mary Fields daughter In-law, Moses and Barbara Warren was conducted from 2:30 service will
a city I Mrs. Carrie Wllllami, Rochester Williams, In San Antonia and Assoc. Meet Slmm -Jarkson Funeral Home, 1 begin Zelgler.with: Hymn p.m.by Mr, Willie

N. Y., Mr*. Zollle Curtis, her daughter and son.in-taw, pm. Sunday, July 19. He died McDonald, prayer, Mr. Felix
hit Jacksonville, and Mr*. Rebecca Elizabeth and tarry Thomas, In Gadftdcn County's Assistant Sunday July 11. A native of Ala, Moten; Scripture, Mr. Julius Fisher
Fields, city sister James, Jacksonville Fort Worth, Texas, She reporteda I County Agent Russell II. Stephensand he lived In Gadsdcn County tor Decalogue, Mr. Johnnie House t.
and Slbble Fields, city most enjoyable trip. Assistant Home Demonstration several yean. He was employedby Missionary offering, Mr. Selmo
brothers. Agent Ursula H. Williams, attended a local concern giving the Bradley; Announcements, Mr. i' ,:
I Interment will be made In the Gomg-Away the Thirteenth Annual best of his service. Benjamin Hall: Solo, Mr. GeorgeA. .,
Williams Cemetery, Simm ack- Convention of the National Negro The survivors are: MrsArlet Williams; Occasion, Mr. J. T. ,
I
son Funeral Home In charge HeldThe County Agent Association In ne Warren wife, Ft. Lauderdale., Crutcher; Solo, Mr. Sam Nealy;
Party Huntsvllle, Ala. July 1923. Agents Miss' Mary Warren, daughter.Mrs. Invitation to joiners Rev, V. D.
Florida oysters grow nearly front ten states were in attend I Don Cunningham, sister. Hamilton; Offertory, Mr- Council
twice a* fast a* oysters from Tiny Tot Nursery was the ance. Florida wa represented byAssistant ',Soloman, Columbus, and John L. Andrews Mr. L. R. Evans, Mr.
northern Mates report the State scene of a goawayparty givenfor Agents, Robert Bryant, Warren, brothers ,Slmm! Wilson, Mr. Sam Hutler
Board ot ConIt>rvatlon. Mack Lee Hill and Gary Jr., Montleello; William L. Robinson Acknowledgement of visitors, Mr. Thomas,the best known at Fallback where Intel-nation
( Carter, given by respective mothers Jr., Marianna and Isaac When in doubt about salt war John Williams; Remarks Rev. "Lebanese" in the United al Music Festivals are held
e>wrs.ewswEARTHA States, admires the famous
The State Board of Conservatkm Mrs. Elmo Hill and Mr*. Chandler Jr Jasper. The taplC for ItPI' fishing rules and regulations, W. H. Braxton: Benediction Rev.! Cedars of Lebanon In the each Pavilion summer has the Lebanese
KITT Tallahassee, has free recipe Louise Carter Wednesday, July, the meeting was "New Frontiersin consult your local conservationofficer uniform David Shaw; Report of members pleating Lebanon Farlllon eye-at historical and many cultural fascinating exhibits
SAMMY DAVIS, JR. booklets for preparing Florida 16. Hill loft for. Kansas City to Cooperative Extension Top! the man In the grey shoulder Mr. Leroy Jackson, Ruth Robin- the New York World's Fair. showing Lebanon' many con.
I seafood, Including coquina soup, play professional football and educators from throughout the I with blue and orange son chairman. I Popular Danny's father ws tributions to human progress
baked eels,_and scallop kabobs.: Carter returned to the Air Forcer Country...were guest speakers patch. born not far from then ancient through the past 6,000 jrem.
.1 Cedars from which Solomon got from the Sarcophagus of King
Rites Held For he wood for his Temple, the Ahlrsnt which baa inscription*;;
)
Pharaohs .
rarvtd their
Surco.phagl
considered the
ancestor of all
Alex Gray and the Phoenician
the world's alphabet to the
heir ships Today, these 80
foot tall trees which at Mosaic of Europa,the PhoenUciaa
IS FOR Services for the late Mr. Alex elevations of ever 5,500 grow feet Princes who gave her
name to the Continent.
dray was conducted from St. form a magnificent background
John A.M.E. Church Sunday. for exciting winter sports The Pavilion alas has an sue
July 19 He died I followingan with l water skiing in wtrop- thentla Lebanese open-air Beestaurant
pm
extended Illness at the Gadsdrn cal blue Mediterranean of Leb complete with the
i anon's balmy coast, only a atmosphere,color and bustle of
P County Hospital, Sunday July It half-hour's drive away. an adjoining gift-shop Basaar
PRINTING. The deceased, a native Floridian In addition to displayingsuch that truly transports the vUl.
lived in the St. John community other unique tonrUt attractions tor to Beirut, the capital of
for a number of )'Nra. He Is well as the spectacular Lebanon, still today the cuU
known In the area. Several years Temples ef Jupiter and Baechus tnral and trading crossroads of
,am he joined St. John A.ME. the ancient Roman ruins gash and West.NIW .
Church, giving his service and I J
discharging his duty toward

Christian Several yean services.the deceased was

LETTER PRESS employed by the Floridin Company
a* a fireman. Following the pro
cessional. Hymn and invocation,
Rev. Robert Green. Sr., read appropUte -
scripture. The choir sang
and a selection.
A friend and fellow church

1ei worker, Isrral TasweU spoke
:
.. briefly on the Christian lift of the a = ra j
deceased. Mitchell West fellow s' : rays
.fj with remarks A* I Knew Hun. .i r ,
OFFSETSales Solo Cut Shaw Acknowledgements
Airs Willie M. Lloyd. The obituary
Mrs M. Forehand. Select-
,lion :and eulogy, Rev. IL

I Ford.
Literature Letter Heads a I The survivor aft Mrs. Ruth I
Gray wife. Bragg Gray brother,
and Mrs. .Flotsl M. Barnes, Lakeland

daughter. .
Business Forms Active pallbearer Alex Lloyd,
Oliver Shaw. Thedtoua Went, '
Enoucn Anthony. Harden Smith, ,

and Labels and Joe Kenon.SumuKlackJon. w
Tags Funeral Home

I lo chaise.
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Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service t Antioch MB ?1 _


627-7649 Church News 4:


Th trrminatinf ol Antioch li
B. Bible School will be tnptndw
a 130 pja. emrctae srrvtce AOMTION TO lOYAL SAMAT-tcr Saowtoa lw*k* thai
TIMES ultra win Iw held Friday July ehwfe ef hie baby daughter. Lady Sank AraMtravg- ome.wfeo .
CADSDEN; COUNTY H Members, parents and binds .to MId by her ..... Brttate'i Prtocwe Margaret. se'
at those attended are eked to they cnpue to have tier Ktiutaftos Palace born far the
come and participate ra this service. baby s earl t.uas. Lady Sermb. acre ee kit? M. wa chile I
Alfredo Stakes chairman -
Mr. '
15 South Madison Str..t Immediately alter s-aJ Weed al a private cbapt looted as Burltlriham Palace I

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CADSDEN CDUNTT TTME8. QUINCT. ILOMDA. ,.,."..&. .. 3ULT >3. 1M4 AOB FIFTEEN



CAPITA PEST CONTROL for other plaintiff dfentire, pour antwer ar WITNBM tf band aid Oh. Ing to kav. any right title, pond by said oily aa sail sad

CLASSIFIED ADS VITAMIN AND I Complaint filed pleading In, thle ..u.to.the.. seat Florida ot, tklt ail lha Vurt 10 day at of Oulnc Jun'KDWIN .. being or Interval fore, loe.d In tbo this property every. purokaie of eleolrlelty
In eult net
moIst
I Pool Coatrol IWmlteCootrol HEALTH FOOD SERVICE or before lbs Ird day Auguet A. I' ..... all whoa reildtntee or bowled lam (nateral.
.o .
suit sod Spatial Dirt and 114 If you fall to eo a Do- BAURCLBRK kaownTeu era .n. llautfl.d petroleum gee er ..
u/aotured .
aad water rrlce
Esoob ...&...... Health Foodi I ore again Pro Coafeeao for th will* relief bo taken do.mended By I1iol..l.or a SAID Boor COURT D. C are herekr notified I that a within the corporate limit of
r.I aald Complainttho eult baa been filed agalnat you aald. city. and to determine the
Call Tkllakaaaaa HAL A. DAVISAttorney
ITa.
HIM Aadrep Keavra Owner aa Walter A. Jernigan sod legality of lbs proceedlnge bad
FOR sAil l.bedroom so,. Ml W. Kiss. St. ..., M7-7IJ1 soil "tI'I.' .ot and said eonfirra ratios being plain a* Qulncy; Florid.et Law Claire C. Jernigan, his wIts In and taken preliminary to and

t1 1 ruts bbk 110.. soar O.or,5 COLLECT tic,.' tltla In ihs ahovedeecrlbedtntl Attorney tor Plaintiff the above entitled u.i:04.: la conneilloa therewith a4

; REN. : : I afl.r Musrus I ,.School"'. Call .u.lln It HOME lUTE 111.1411 form e erronoue,tate. and legal furtber daecrlptlonoertala to r*. July I. I. II. II II'l that file y you uur.u.are wsr btrtby with :\:. Clerk to soiling* a and d.rree, .nflrm of thle the Court pro.r.sdinn letvall"ol. -

OFFICE: UM7II U In deed of thlt Court and to icrve a copy for laid "trtlflcate sad
a. mentioned lae SMALL. .
FOR SALB Brick Teneer I. 1" Kid ComplaInt. '\t.J4.t.: FLORtDA thereof upon tbe plaintiff or aald certtflcatea whin leaned pur.auant .
FOR BINT: Tw bedroom completely Plaintiff
nmmmmIN
rear-old kouat I bedroom Iatha GRI.ITir altorneya, hess
furnished noun located W1TVNR MT HAND and Ibe lNIIt'I\AfCIl; 010. namaa aid addr.aa thereto, and laid petition
le
John M
> Ii-
Urge
Kltohaa-Dlnlng I Rral of said Court al now having been preeentad lo
paved stout I block ( Qulnoy CT Hoqu.more .
t1a romGeorge Sod c
Room Ram."tor
Combined Patio trray
Utility this
Oad.den County. Florida thil PI.I"UrrVI Court and lbs Onrt bains'
W Munroe School lloi
Barnell
Lawn tv antenna, eleotrlc kltch. Room. Carport Paved I>rl... ONE STOP TH" rmctm ->TJBT or II 0.v of June A.D IlllI I ng, Ja.kionvlll.. Florida Bank Build -. .et In the r ..mlaee.iRDBHBJ .
;
IOu not
way oontr&1 110. .
,,,. Ill month Cell TIM n. N. Slnwart It, (CI... TUB: kM'i.>SD Jt" nlAL C1R- :..twin BaurI BLIIABBTII HAMILTON I l.tr tim." Augual lob A. tt IV IS th.l) ADjriXIBOand
r. 1J Quina. lerk of saIl c..ur'COT DefendaNOTICB DMCRMBD tbe
; or IIM7IT PIT (II" ,fLOtIllA IN AND 1044.If. Slats if
a during,.... If phone_! MAin 7.5741.. For All Your FOR OADRDEN: tu"NTt IN Rr Douglai M Hour, I>P. III HEREBY Olv: 1 pus (all I ta d* in, Oeoree Pro Florida, through tho at 01. Attorney _
('HANIIcRY. N. MilVBRS", OtVTNN thIn L Orb* W. HOwarda, ftfcerlef onftee will be entered I ot the '.....nd luctlclal
FUR RBNTl On* tan bedroom rORSALI NO. 5-saaANNIE14A1 I>AN1BI.til : : Qadaden County, rlnrldo. un.I pro for the r.ll.t demand.ta.ln.t Circuit nf Florida, end tbe eevar*
bom for HIM en* two bedroom FUhlng Nttdi FXRREU. Kaet Park Avenu dar and by virtue 0 \ of lbs Amended Complaint la al property ownera, t.....,....
Horn for lilt per month S Bedroom no_ Law a widow P O Boo II -neoutlon berototore leaned slit The nature ot ald lull ltlaene and othere having orclsimlog
with polIshed oak floor*. tlU Dews Firment Law I I Lake Tolqula RoadW. ANNUl MAID FFRRPLL Ml'H TallahaeaM, Florida ,nr th shoes "tltl.tI l'lnurl. I" for forecloeure of that ,'orl.ln being any right till. or la.ereat .
ATTORNEYs: FOR I'LAINTIF..IPuhlh'atlon lbs ahovo ",I.d Its,. In property to be effected
causa '
lortgage :
PUT end WILLIAM
and kltohaa and all encumbering
both envnlnee T B. Fletcher modern Monthly Foment, Flnaae. D. H.n.U. 8. Roberts 8L MtRPliT, bar kuebandPlllntlffa WEEKS, ..1.., July I. I, U lvld upon t". following pro... -Ituate In tke County ,>proper r !.. by said I..".".. of *...!tloat..

Ort.noboro, Pie' I'bm IU I. lag Already Amnted. Nor. and II. Illl It sri?, ltute, lying and .b.lngtladeden in don State of Florida, to'wilt or to be affected In any way
lit! or HI .- .. ... McMUlaa. Illl ...,. ".. County, Florida. ta.wlti Wait Sixty IROI soils Drt,.. U T. a PERRY: ., al IN TRIO ("I"CUI'roU1T OJ' One 1114 Ford two Door Nine (I). Block Tw ill, nereby required te show rauee,
I I'rhndaols. TOtE lJOJaNI JI'rIC'IAL I"ln. Sedan, ll> Number A4A11I4I. >.rnea Addition to the Town If any there It,. before tble Court
ABC NOTICE TO AN $" ER CUlT IN AND FOR (M DSD EN I T Illl Florida Tag Number of Chatlahoorh.e, Florida' .. m the lltk day of August, 1114.
FOR SALB I* aoreo on th.1 lf THC HAMS Or tits STATE ('('!'NTT, FLORIDA. IN II:.I Till Number III the sum appeari of rtcord .it ten clock A. M. at the Court.louie .
FOR RENT Oraeneboro Highway. I or FLORIDA CHASI'ICRT.11IT 1171A In Plat Book, Publlo I Record I In Qulncy Florida why
hnu... 101 foot froatag Call TOI FRANK A. U1'LER aol TO J'ORIOf"LOIIIMORTOAt111 the property of the aba.. of County, Florida. the ullrrb'of said petltlo
,Sri34 PAM BElTLESS his wife. named defendant and tliat on tIrd iltuite. lying ana being granted and why
Modem I Bedroom inform- _.. ltj FENCEINDUSTRIES w""".. reildinoe and tddreia 1. FORRUT DAVIII, 'R.. day.Tf August, till, botwsss tha Town of Ohatlahnochee: In, the. proceeding. for saId e.rtlfl.
Idled Apartment Located aa particularly ai la known PLAINTIFF. the hour ot tale, name County' of Oadaden and State ,.... and mid esrtifioat.s whell
eft.r diligent eearch and In.qulry v'" eleven clock In th* tn..nnnnand of Florida, and being a part I..u.d pursuant thorato .hould
Duplex tt IIS W. WaUOnj. FOR SALE la '.1 Georgian Tarrace. tl'f.VNB PAUL and kit wit, two clock In the aflernoo of th* northw.it quarter of not b. oolld.l-.I and 000fironodOi
Ion. WIthIn walking ..u.hDee Troy, New York AMANDA PAULO. o. said dsy. at tho door or lbs the "'ulha.. quarter Section .Art prapod.
of shops school and Tot MR A. L JOHN8ON, lie DEPENDANTI Court Hone. In Oulnov OadsdonCounty. Thlrty.three Oil), Township lIt Fl'ltl'ltICR ORDER.Ets .
LAKE FRONT kne..n oa MARY 1. JOHN. NOT1C'1I. Florida I I will. offer for t) North. "".. sit' ADJUInIlOII) AND IJIOCREED
churcbea. liON. ...11.... ".Id.n.. and rORRICRT DAVIS. 1ft.TGI tale and loll t. the high. flVw..!. that tho I.rk of this t'"u.t ha
sdd'. particularly a* : EUGENE PAUL reildine bidder for rsh In hand. tho WITNBM: my band sod the and ho I. herohy r.qulred t. rios
Can M7-7161 durIng bnal- COTTAGEPIIACrICALLY NO la "w'n' after diligent I and eddreaa unknown. above deeorlbed Irolr:4 aa thproperty a.al of saId Court at Qulncy, otlce of inch hearing by caul.
ness hours, or ZT4. ..n.nip. earck and Inquiry I* lot Ton, Butane Paul, art here of .. tos54lsfy FlorIda this II day of July, log a ocpy nl ibis n..r sod ,,,1.
NEW Florida Avenue. Balnbrl ... h, notified that a Complaint to sold Execution A. O. lOSS. nl.1 lo be puhllihed In ihs Had.
..... Oeorgla foroclnee a oertaln mortgage on (tlbn Bdwtrda. Sheriff (t'lnl'Utt iO'IT "AW ten Count Time, a nawanepermibllthed
he following deecrlbed property Oadtden County, Florida, I In poll
and s.f
'BedroMi *oo etra FlOWN Plo'S., eounty
eueoBrr >
and addreea. l.ot once eanb ..
tIM ESTATE bee beet ...... sod ftaklaaplrr. "IRI'I'IT I"I'R1'II \ .k for at l.a.t thrtom.eiullve
after I
diligent March Nook Rubdlvlelon which a TO CRFDITCtROFLORIDA : < woO prior to
Legated dear (Oovk- BoolLaodlea. Mary V. MOI.IPaputy laid
and inquiry ot original belt
an unknown reeubdlvlelon
: ITATVTJjjIlIII Hth day of till
Augnat
: the tint
m orb
Will show by *a 5. W. Lois
JOHNSON IrtABLLLB It and It and et
pane the Court of the CountJudge
puhllcetlnn .
to be
It l
fflmlmrmt. Call offer .** July It. It Aug I 41 a.t algb
R. JOHNSON. 41 and 41 and that ot .
.... G.........., Fla. PAIR JOHNSON,lI.iRlIt: Lot II lying South 0 fart A.U fledtden OountT, FloIda. IN THW CIIICt'lT IWRT OF teen ANt day IT is prior riTRTHicR to solO oRorn.date:

E. McKENyiE, AlOl'HTl.1 Railway of Roberte City, In rot E.lalsnthlaudo BU: ADJUIX1BU ANI)
rim 1IO'nNI JLTtoICIbl CIII. IiRCRRRn
INWSAEI R. L. .-, Jis 441 till UP TO 36 MONTHSTO L. JOHNSON MAC JOHN. Qulncy, Qadede. County, Clara' Mo'DonIsi I'I'IT or TUB ITATB (III' FI.OR. that by such puhllcatlnn of this
CON MAOOIB\ MAR AM. FI..rlda. thsro..ott. IDA IN AND FOR AAMUBNCO ,order and rule nlel all propertyownera
** PAY BROIl! ALMA R. RRY. boo boss fllsd salns5 you s.d Ta All Cradllnra and .'...nn. NTT, FUXtlDANl'MHICH tiipayere, ,oltliin tnd.othtra
U THOMAS O. PFRRT KATIB you are required I asorosa cop Having ilalma or Demand I.11(1( bivlna er .1.lmln. sot
Bobby Roman, 44MS11 PRRRY LAN1RR: HOWARD ot your Antwer or Pleading 101 A-lnet Held Relate! ORDER TO HOW CAU8BIII righI title or Intereat In tail
FREE ESTIMATES PKRRY, PORTKR PKRRT, t". Complaint on t". pl.lntlrr"1.ttn.n. You sod ....h lit yod .ro ". 'IM! NISI' illy or the properly therein.
TLKMKVTINA GRIFFIN, ... Hal A. Dnl., ritliaink ""1 by nollfl.d and required to pre NOTIOHIPITT .boll b sron.ldsrod a. sni ama
FOR KENT Three bedroom CALL ANiFt.. oRirriN RICH Building. Quinn, tint any olalme which I you, or OP Qt'INi'T' a municipal made partial d.f.ndant this
horns located on III N 1Mb 8tt AND CLEW!: ORIFFIN AR.THITR ....d file the erlalnal' either at you, may have agalnit corporation of Florida. prncetdlng, and thtl I.lor..
which la cl... te school and 1..1111U: ." I { .. ROLAND ORIPFIN. Plaedlnf In the office "lorld"'l lbs ..1... of Maude Clara Mu Petitioner hall bans JurUdlrtlon of them
.hopping and It has a food KLOIRB WIGGINS. Rf.HKRI1F Clark of the Circuit : Panlel deceaied late of said ".. Ie the eime ealent ao If ntmed
,Kelrbborhood\ Ml a month. I. FOR 627-8661 JOhNSON CARRIR C. bafore tbe lit dey of County. to the County Judge of TOIl 'TATIII OFFIJ100IDA. and ..1 d.f.ndant In saId petltlea
will be on the pnmlatt saturdoyl SALE t ton alr Bxoel'ondltloner !' JOHNSON and U A. JOHNONI 114. If you fall to da 50. ludcmant .I ladedcn County, Florida, at his lbs tatpayora, properly and pOrnonu liT ......d with pro.
Call Ernf.t 8. Colter In tent pius beating unit. by default will be fake office In the oourl heuee of ealdCounly sod oltli.na of the fliy. nQ i .... In Ibie rauieIM .

Telleheaeae, M4-4III tf Cull 517.1711..ndltlna. Md ,." IIII"'P'I Qulncy. Florida TOt Any and all ..on.. firms, .eoinst yo for Oh. roiisf 4.m.ndsd '1 at qulncy, Florida, wiik cy, Florida, Including ""n.r....- >NB AMP ORPFRBn Qilln.
rorporatlone, hu.'.... b.... In the Complaint.Thil In an calendar mouths fromlbs denla owning properly or lubjevl .'y. Florida, thl ink day of July
FOR SALE Hallleraftora I X flolerlee, heir, devleati and nolle* ihall h* publishodsnr.oar time lOt the flrel publloatlont t* taxation t tier.In, .
Ito (I.band) ahortwave receiver other claiming, or to claim h wosk for fo,,. rnusoc.ultve > hit bIbs Twa eoplea ot sail ri.f.ndinli Hugh M TaylorCircuit
FOB KENTMEXICO Like new Plo. .n..a' radio, by. Ihrouih, or under each, wonbu In Ih. Oad.ds Coon'ty "'lalm or demand shall b* In writ. TO tb. Stale of Florida and : Jtidii
Ing. and ihall elate the place of theaavaral
or all ( iho above .. ii
July so
known Tim. Aug i itwllhalomk4woaltheMfe
'
manuals Write Box P" '. I, ...
,
"/'1 dofenante. and poet offlo addreee property nw. ,
Ordered
Including Iho reinactive roes. and at Culladed ,., -
BEACH Oedadan County_Tlmee. if1 nf lb claimant'. and shall ". taipiyero, oltliene and alb
wI vnspf.u, a Wte
( < >n County Florida' thle 10d.tn Presorqer
the aald: mala defendant ataro June ...... la by lbs claimant, his ere having or ilalmlng am s
..... .... IM ft. f... w.t.raedaro. living, and lo lbs ra.epeotlvo l 'At'.t" agent or :111r:1\ aooumnaaltd right tills or Interact li. .
Now I Bedroom UnpleiCettearo. TV SERVICE I' widow o( much or Clark Circuit Court OadtdoCounly by a one dollar, propoply to be affooted by
.....,.. .. Mioda.tine 'I lha ", .1. defendant aa art Florida and eu ,h claim or demand nol Sits laauance of the cart If I.
lor ...... Ca_.l.lktlrkaa. "..... sod to tho ....poolh."u.b.nd. IOu Doualae: H, "...., to fll.d ahall ... "..leL ruins hereinafter mentioned
..... .vro.nnd p.wh.will I...... SipaIri AH Makee.u I 01 .a.h of tho D.puty Clerk Sam P. AnderennAl or bo b* fteoled In soy way
rosS for SOLOS pow mesh said t.al. Inf.nd.ots as Hal A. lvisAiloritey idmlnletralor of the Kelaleof thereby
(all HAU f.0155 or MAI ,. / ro*. I art living, and far Plaintiff Maude Clara Mcl>anlel d*. the enove rauia coming a*
I .....d I a be beard upm feltllon filed
.1. MACK RADIO ft I TOl Any and all p.none firms, Qulncy. P'iori4laJuly ,. ,, ,.. ,. II 1'1.'I ., publication: 1lrl.liollU. herein July Ilih.. Illl, by the
er oorporatlom havlnt I July 0. II, ___ ('Ity of Uulncy, a pollllval I eubdl.
:
TV SERVICE SHIRTSPANTS clalmt to, or having any IN Till" CtnCtTIT COt'RT fir ,lilon and munlilival enrnnrallonn
i rlgkt tilts IN TDK I'IHl'I'IT 101'KTcurwpK III""
er tnter.at ad. CIR lbs Oitintr of Oiilad.n and
JUDICIAU
SBOOND!:
THK
lOt ..... ,. in. plalntltfa An. l COUNTY, STATS O" tile of Florida,
ttta .
kJ11M3w2WANTED JsfPsnos.THnWSRRMOVED end CI'IT { P Ft/MtlllA IN AND acting by and
.,.
: I 11.0 forroll, a .widow FOR OArmpKN: COUNT IN FIXHIHACHAMCKHT hrough he lIly mnmleilon.
Annie Mao Farr.l] Murphy CHANCKRY, NO I.IllNoTlCN aeklng ta determine" Ik* authorty .
I and William Wotki (>r SI IT
Murphy of laid illy. lilt.. Utllltl.i
NO "
I'A"IQ :
? SALBBMAN Cue.I trimmod. Call Johnny., OwonI 11mb.I Iho, he, hueband. In or te lAM 11:' Co TIIOMIWiN TUB dIr or <( tome need ctrvlce In guise orrwcelur following dtacrlbtd roaloalau municipal corporation,
537.5134.: 1'\1NTI.. .nlnun nr Uno.ono sod popoblo polish mills
10"
Co.. Oeorsla, full or part CbamPln.1 LAUNDERED or any part or parcel VIII.ooRII. PlalntltI'Alirrtl .. 10 both "rln"'l.al anti Inl.r..t, C ...th hoP
( tin'.. Barn: ".10 hourly and up.r FOR SALE: I" thoroof. eltutte lying ant V.. fI'OOISh pr.o's.d. chIts tas Im. ..
, for Infommttiosn..oPWmitO Trad.wlnd It by as toot two FLUFF DRY being In tbs County of Oade. 'J'1I0MI'ION.J"la"IeND4N'T.: ANOHKWS OMIJBT __ _
t>. C. Threat. Illl N. B.... TaltahMM5 bedroom b ous.tra Ii... Eoosltsnt dan and (tale of Florida' NOTICKTHB ANI>RCWO. tilTilN ANl>Hk.WDtlKK NoTU'M or PUBLIC HeARING (''N ...HiKM, HurxirT
condition. Keaaonabty PrIOO and more particularly de.tcrlbtd STAVE OF FLORIDA / ANURBWS MOIXjkNU, Ik* prevltloni of Section SItu, Florida Stalvlatill
..y I. .. 11. M. ItHOMEX (37.5514, tf; a. follow.. o-wlti You DORIS THOMPHON and TIC Ino, a eorporatl.m, noll.e nt.I\, given Iktt a publIc I hearing I ehell be belby
_. !_ REPAIRSALTERATIONS All (bat part .( tha Reildenoe and addreel .... 1'.ndlUl'. tbe counly ....arl ef Public Inalrucllo of lladtdtn tounli,
GIld the NW | of avtiMi'iLTownihlB I known TUB STATS OP PU IIII>A Florida. on July It loss, al the hour of It,01 A M In the Count'
North, Ranil I You are hereby otlflad that a lot Paroell Andrew Board meeting room el Qulncy Florida tor th* ,ur,.... of die.euaeltg .
WANTED Pan Watt, and all .\\.r eftht iilt for divorce bee been brotiibeielntt Hoi Weehlnato 4".. with Oil cltlnni cf Ib* Counly lbs .,...* aohool budget
HIM at h_ .10 to MOwoeily. PIANO TOTRANSFER I NB I r>( the I ef you In Ibe Circuit Court New Orleana, La. of said ounly f"r the Shoal year beginning. July I, Illl, and
7' tiptoe :, lo.nll TownahlB | North of aededen County Florida I, Veil are hereby' notified. that ending June 10. nil, which budget tl tummarlied at lollown
Smd R oumo and MORROWDRIVE West whlrb lbs and Chanoarr, by JAMIEI C THOMP. a stilt hta lieen filed aialnei pOll HtlKIKT! roll PlllHT Aol, MAINTBNANOB' SIP Otlu4.1
le Wont nf tho eanlar t a lob,'and you are hereby .require is the above entlll.d oauae, and A. Balan,... en ;Hand Beginning I ; el Veen (. State runde
hour available. BUR, Box road known aa the Old itata 10 file with the Clerk of the a.ld hat you are required to file you HI,IHl*, I. ounty runda.. Illl. III.II. a. ni.tr1.1
SHIS Honatoo, Texaa. 4| INCLEANERS Road laadlnc from Qulnoy t* ,Court your written ','.n... par anewer with the (' c of Ihl, 'un". |SllIOI.0O. Total- |lli4IIIO. ineelm.nleL -
ioptl Piano win turn this Tallahaaaae.triad ,finally or by attorney, If coy Court and to aerva a copy there ITI.llt 55.
lovelr eplnM-cooeoI. locally log ORRLTINOII Teta. .n" ouch ,lb 0,5115 04 to ..". upon iii.ptaintih's ef upon the Plaintiff or Ib. B Antlcliiated Hecelplil I. Slats Soureeo Mill IS **,
i'uu.or P4RT.TIMII Cone Moore Oratrfa nf you are horshy roqulrol to attorney a espy thereof Plaintiff ltnrney, whole ".m. ""ni: n TunaIIt.O15.Oe.. I. IH.trlnt 1 Tale-.
Houae.wive mall pajBMnt ba__ Rportrd rib. with the Clark of thi .bo. on or before the lei day oAiiaruat and addreee le Alton M. TowleUua .. 08. 4IMher sotr".a.55,000. 55. Total Heoetpl-
and mother needed In III, Florida I II.Hi!.III I*. Total Aoailsbls'5l,50l,5IISu.
Out
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1 Court and eane on Cot. A. l> 1114llerela
..1... No eiparlance needed to. In e.llllJIIIIIUll tl. tan, ."1...., Owynn DanUl, fall not or iudimen alar than the i'l'd. ot Augue, C. Prox...d Bipendltnroei: I. Initrucilonal aalarlie-, II.
.tot. We train Write M... Poroihy FOt' details shills Credit Of. anor".,. at law P. (X Ho II will be entered 'aialnei you by :114' If you fell te to*.out II I. Tranaperlatlon*, IlloiliitlO. 4. apltal$
Q..I.i
Martin, P oo snsoil4T.ttahassos .
I roe Pro onfetao will Outlay mtlilllt I. Other ID.......* and Meaerve
Ta II.h...... Florida etterntyt d'fatilt
) ;.., or call 10! rH MES .. _
tire Dodd BOOM Goor eaalnit relief demanded Illl.IM on. TotalII 040 05II
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) IHI.llll. ,tVALB ala- II NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX 1'1':0UU' : rulho'.nl'.I.( : This RUlX'KT PON MHrMKT INTBHCgf AND SINKING PI'NDilA

HELP WANTED Hon l Sao, r." lull U ta fore loee ,F..llfloa.I of lial.nc.i aad heeervea Jlllll ta,

out. toner grocery or meat out. NOTICS 15 HERESY OIVtH, That Cbarlte Pblnney, lb. tndnhio dno.s No ll-l-ll leeued B. Anticipated Beoelptei I. 1'"l.55455. Tltll lion
tor that I* willing to work and holder of the following rertlflcalei hue filed .o d'eertlflcatae: for< hy lbs City Commlealnn of tke eelpleM tt, Total .
I Oily of Qulnny, Florida a Propoied RipendlMron; I. SonS.511.504.05.. I. I,.
wante to tat aJtead Also ..p.. The .rllfloa. numbere aol eponke
lanced man In grocery and mMa I FOA5A1.M15SZmP.riaFrigidaire 11 ft tax deed t* be leeuad...rttlnll thereon of the c e Md following dranrlbed rust 1...._ ll.lll.tl. I. Olkar ll.tll. .... Total- III.III **.
toe
tho sainosIto
of property
h train for so .rviuor. Writ Itana-e Coppertone yeare which leeuanne It wee aaiaaaad aro M followeierr. tOIled. ? In the City of QulM, 13. Aoth'ipot.d ar. sod Silaso.. 55 End .1 Yuan 515".
1Ina 100D Care of Lake City 1\.. Speedhaat A keatmlnder ualta.Originally County, Florida 435 55. Appr.prialtoss 504 Rs.srn 55It so.
porter Lobs City Fie.July over $400. Bxoellentcondition. : 1Dnsberry T CAR or PFWRIPTION or lOANS m" WHICH 11..1.! In tko IW oar no. af ilL SOlOS tXdOrrNLliriOM WIElD 1111531?
II, I* tt Moving 17110.. rkone NO. IssUANCE PROPERTY ASsESSED I be I cartel let ....rt.... Its A. Halaneee and H.a.rvae Beimaing er Told
in-iiii. ........ "In. Begin IU I ft. II 4fll ft I.'C, Robert d..d from Jamaa Cory and B. AnlMpoted Becelptei I, at Wo Funde-i 510.554!" I. Ouk.ly .
I
lul,_.._",_!s' .11 It B of N w.o. of "M I ofNW Jane Cary I* Samuel Waeh.Ingten Matching; Food.515O5 N. I O ..f. IIIOIM.ID .
I. Run S II* ft. IIJ.I dated December II Balenoo o* ManITII 4*. TotalIllllli 4.
FOR SALE Greenwood I II ft. N lit ft. W II ft. III* sad appearing af riser4 C Propoeed Bipendllureai I. Capital Outlay_ Illl.III ,I.
to POB Section II, In IllS peg 411 ef tb* T.I.I Appropriation, and aoo"",._ '''', .. 50.
HOUSES __ andSW1I.t Township I Nertb Ita".. Publle Beiterde ef 0.,.".* IV. VILLAURg TO SS UIVIBOTke
FOR SALE I W... County, Florida and thence mlllaga I. ka levied *a Ik. Illl A....."' .... M ill larroduce

II till Suits at MB owner of Tent Brad well Beam run Feel II* feel feel North 11feet. ...........* ra...".* far tke** budget tsp the e...1.g
Acre Waahlniton Lot HunM Weet lit oulk 101 arei
FOR SALE By owner who baa quit diivbic lOP ft. S II Hf fett I* paint ef ktglnnlng' A. t'eunltr Supped end Malnlnt. rand* (OiMral Ivkaol
lfflo.'w WITNB kind and .al P5,5)- bill.
Way V? alon my
CLARK PLEMMONS .QJ{ 0' eald Court at R Muriel No. I )Malat.neiwe- It Mill
Bedroom Concrete BlockHOUSE : due to m health. IM h. K it ft. t* Qulncy. Florida. i .
ibis day St Jsly' sssL C. rialrlct .lef..t sod ainklng read Bosh tXetHetfiN
Phone MAin Mill Keatlen I T, Teweeklp t, lss.l I'se ('iot'h (t) .. No. (|.A> ., M*. (I-AI It ".,
1110 4 DOOR FORD SEDAN Renie ef tlreult Cowl) *
111 till Treat II I ii PB I of NB I. A Hunter Bdwla Haur (omplete detail ef eonh. **pral* part of She sob* '|

sob floor Mbcolo roofooor Standard Shin, better blue Raotion T, Tewneblp I, Slink Circuit Court ludgel aumntarlied akove ire en tile and are avtllakl for ,... :.
Ranie I. I ...r... By Mary V Meee. nepoKtla el the office of Ik* ('ounty Superintendent of Sckeelail
Sawam Club and white good tint perfect Allot said. property being I* tbo County ef Otdedta, SLats frepaiy Cl.rk uuln |SSOO WELL DRILLING .f Florida, /. I. It1. II. It 41 wring log.iker with ill eupporllkg ,'. ....... and Inlormallen.All .
Inleat euck eertlflcele or ertlflxote* shall .b* redtemed aaordlnc loi.reaiod p.rlone sr.ro,dl.Sip boiled I. paeiS.ipitI Its thiS
Call Lewis E. Porch condition with only 11,000 *<- Fealurlaf 5 ConpteuLlao to law tbe oreperly daacrlhad In tuck oertlflaato oeertlfkatte M2:1I1I'; ; ;I: T '" iiihlle bearing and I* dlecue; the ..Ss.ol ....._ .a' badgeS Is!
will be TBM Ihio for lbs
cold to lbs klahaet bidder at tbo court bouee only eneulng r.ar
ual mllPt $1,000.Dr.W.R.Lombtrt. .. Dcmlnf Pomp lot door on the fireS Monday la tb* nionlk .( Auluat I.... which I. In Ike Court of ike I'ounly ifUHit (.r '",.10 iNaVwiilySuperlnlendenl' ?
Hem ot Irritation. .. Judge. O.d."." (oiiniy, Florida, !
MAIn 7-8770 tb. Ird day of A.. .. IM4 (0,11111
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)Yal. tkle Ittk day of J IKSBAL
1* ra "'..., of
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t1 TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE ( ) THOMAS W. CIKEBN _ _ (
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F.DWIN PAVII.IEfllC f)........ a<... Hank" Nw' .,.f
101 ft. M.. M.rkona CO. Or CIOtt'll'? COURT QF to 'SOWN To All Creditor .*4 "....n. IIfMR'P r>p rxNniTinN or "rrmriNs BANK 4 TRUST
ro".11' ;"- Acro.-'Lad, Tnoia ('OUR FLORIDA Hiving ntlma er t>.mendl COMPANY af Q.ley la she mat. .Florida al Ik. eteao ef

koueo with bath. Lovated MAta 74111qulnrjr 1421 Santo MOWM St. ADVl luty I. lY" Md IS. Illl_ _____ ____ _ _St Aoll.t Said "" '''..1b":1 "u.I"..* sIn J... It, I HiOalk
five ...u.. wool of Oreenebor TaUahu. florIda and sal af Foe kr*. AeSSr0
Ban n....., Route I. Box Ml, norldaFOH Solids OP APPLICATION FOR TAX PBII: ) :: and re* j'1. pre- balenae wIth other bank*,
Qulncy July 11 II, I* it UMI07 101 ..* IN.u. rs. tent any rlalm and dMnaad.whlrk and nek Iteme I* prooete of aollaetlea __ ._... I IM,III.II
: XOTICB I* HBRBMT: OIVBN: That W. C. P......, the kolda y n... *f either of you, mar Vail.4. Slat.* Ooverameat ekllgelM.ee,
.t lbs following ....It...... be* filed ..,. erttfloate I er tao ie,e ecelntt ike 0f':4: ef dlreM and .sarauss.4 ,, __ UN.Mill
I gALl illS Internationall I deed to be looked Ikereon. Tbs oeniflcet nembere and rear oleeutaee Thenei w, areea, lateef OfcliiailoM of llel.e tad aolttloaleukdlvlolM
ton truck. Dual wkaal 4 Ike deeerlptlon of the property, and the Dame* la wkle cuts r FOR SALE recapped lira end I new t..... LEON It was ........ ere a. follewnerr. ef :. ;* Countr, Flori Other beode, a..,... suETl.b.sssnroi"__. -.._ .1''.......
Will run. Telephone Attepalgue : da. tt his attire la Ik* hours tea** end lernuni Ineludlug
OsbiOlL Job, I" II It TBAR or IE$4'IPTII'fll liAblE iw WHICH koeee ef sold al Qulory II.III II toHrafurBank .. .. ._ ',m.m"
1 Bedroom MOBILE HOMES xa iMtANci or PROPBKTT AMKMSEI lorlde, .fll"u"r.: (aleadernotke I ,.....".. .wn.. Illl,.III K, '.."11..*
Murrtto Mark, I I Illl I A... mere or '..a I* Ellis Blair "' from She tin,. af tOo and tlU...* Ill.III I* .....- 115,11005
des cmtnl hea line.| MaiaoHaDrlv otto* It 'TownshIp 1 first pabllmtle of Ibis *...1... Deal eetate ...o.4 elfcer Shs.bsk pflmltOtkOT 5
*. "" ..., Iravliif Iowa. I Is.* e fcrrkw North, Rises I Weec Two onpiM of o*.k O..IM er do. *eeel* _... ,, _. --o 5,50 U
111.100. 1- I 1 Illl .* Am e* I* SB I of SW Mlikaat aed tliiM be In ..IIIa.. end
II Now MOM Varloll I. _tl.* 14 10wo.III 0l.tinms55o I kell slob Ike ... af rsoi4o... TOTAL ASSETS ,....,... ...., ... 4.5450550
t BedroMita frame .,.,... I 4 Mortk KamaOK S Woo" sod *... off..* ....... of the .-
BVSINBM ANNOUNCEMENT Cardaar, Genie Sttwari. II. P*|. .... .'lsisosl. end shall ke *wora .. IIABIUTIBS
dlnliif room, aak floor. 114OoKoVbor FOR SALB Money meklag; Mica doom Deed Trallirsr All of laid property Wins' Is lbs Coualf ef Oadades Hal .y Iko ...,_... kla i.ost. er Pemeod '.* ell of ladlvldwale,
*, lasial Acre Ire Cream Tending busIness la ..4 ir Wide .1 ,..I..lrla.t.I. i tirney ead ...om sstsd by a parioereklpe aad ':. .r.I.- Mil.III.II
",000. G...... County area franchleei .... ..... ."In..to or ...t""" shall .ha rudsomel so.eerdio I ::: of : ; Tle and eaviea-i .. .. ef ln .,
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i with large Mtleaal aaaaufaetir. 'ffaTti"M parln.rektpe. nerpifrallwa _, 1,111,11111
i W hide fat fortdtata te low desesibo4 I. sues '. m
OsunythIng oroperty
is s.c.tifiu'alos
1 .....-... *wh..od aMUf, I era of Los Cream Other Iniereeta will .I soitte h5 htaast biddor SI lbs court :.oneo door oI. ef ailed atalee Oovernmealtla.lvdlng

norlda room, Soertk Uv i:m-.r..r.let. *Phone apakKboo.Parkway III- I .. TklMWa ea Uo flrel MeMer !. tk* aoatk *. Aest .W Illl, walsh I* tae Myrtle BiMtrl IX nreeaAe of Ik* taoS WIll fvia>..... ef ....pistol... led eavlatel.In.1 euk4lvlei.ii.._. ...-, ----- IlllfllI'JiJljj

Mreet lumt. A.,.. Ill.OOO. Talleaeeoee, Florida Kav. IDOL SEAL sri Dated der of UM Anfeil letk Illl day of <... 1H4.SEAL aod TeeiaeMot ef Tkeau W. lw*.eli. ., beads .. "..' ._._.__-- --. llllltli
Oreeo. 4eeeae| ( .rilfled sod efrtrer ekeek.. .. mil
*
It .
a So mss -..... ...... 1 0. S. M M aO weal al ( ) pirso onkllMlloa J:1.1, lost Tt/TAL rpfSITS _, .I.7tt. 455;
norida ream attat* none. omrport. EDWIN IAI2. AMfiBKR* SOIl le) Teiaj d.e uf ,deeoella :=,_ II III lit ifk
combS besting sob TaJqUa lam. vt******( v vin*'I'll coc.or OADDEX Q.ivr, riondelleraey ( ) Teiai I Mat Mviag* deposIts il.lll.lliil

I......, II has Drive, Oak I II FRIGIDA1RE Tiflaknna.Ull J1erWa July(' Cf.lflt i FU'HIDAADTi aod II IMtDOT2CB _ _ __ I' li fer, II,(1001111Jely I*, Af !__ TOTAb tIABIUTIC -__.__

Park, 111,100. I 'ojlil -
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West T.s.sssso Of AyUcAtloWruTAX ItBBD CAPITAL AOCOt1f.
1 br1.k_ I Woti.s 10 bor.hl toos Ibal lbs
Bodreoona ero Soc IUII r* Ceplleli Cosmos *<*..

hal best sad air eoMMoanr ,!.... W..... NOTICB 14 MBBBBT .,.'&%. that Mr*. A. et Edward: tke' .1 Psord(O.4.dos of Cult''ensty.Cosuel.olea.rs wIll total ,.< ,,,.! HIM ? .. ._. .._..__ 500,50455

1 sad M ....... walH wanrarpttUnc bolder of tk* following eorUfleot. ke filed Mid oortUie*te* fer Bo.tnc 5445 Sor us.d =;": O..ptu. T.... .. --. -- $e.ois:
laud be .... .. .. tredJvld.d profit* .. _._ :
...,... rarport SOS a lea e* tetad Toe .UI. aenber sad piers op te lie' 01.54 A. 45. Aseslt o..sss
.....
.f tko daonrlpiloa of Iko property, sad the aie lawkMi .
.14-
1045 0o
Mfr Aveawa. oOday oMfkla.t tl we. houseS are a. felle**' .*>eo III Model D lnm Put TOTAL CAPITAL AOWHWTB __. _
PM.hi. fl.me. OttfrlcalS rortlfUate K.. Ill Tear of fet...a "
$BodiTMniB .....t ....... ; iWisj1ZfTh't,10t.L iNvorlptloa of Pre*.rtyi t A-r. (a SIC ef K$ | .< M W 4. bells "': sssr he ass TOTAL JABILmiM AMD CAPITAL ACCOCIrTIISEBOSANDA ...n.... ..

UtctMa at GffUm. sad V. .p.IU*. POPe aa4 Fibtngs It. 'r.'I0:: t, Baag S. ice IM: P ll.BaeM cod eaamlaeTal the O.4 a eOeoaiy -

ft. BIT*. 10. "..iOO.I Watoc ttoalon TOa Ios$. aaetaatdi S. B. Cbalfaol' Mo4 Boporusesi, eVntkAeetM Meats ( .m ee.iga.4le
All .f aaM preen hotel la U. Coaety of 0......, Stale Mreet 4'loep1, PtorMa /104. is eeeer* iMkllltU
Gas sad) 00 KoeMaes Of pl' r14a. ** ker porpeee liaaledlag' aele
Btdr Iraaw akW All kM meat .. *>*[.. aodaiaiied
*m .
aad bill 4loMid e4 .
.. MoorMlo at4wUk
t el M MM* ,.111..1. or oeniflMte ekatl b* rodeoeeed so.melios .
bone, .......... .... M > t Saw Ito 4.51104 is s.sh .OVtIIICats e.rtSfS.hot. er filtered I I* Ik* .4tH. *gree-e l w rep rrka" *| ... ..._ UMrMHtl
ike riovk of 4k f imolt Coors
rr Mn, maCs sad Ntrlf.! ** .' wOIS be .514 r..r.ll .. 55440. SI Oh. ..urt ..:... dsof ef ef OeJeeoa Ce.wr*, ?l.rOls.lbs Leea. a* ek aaeea e all*.
ROCCOPIPE 5. IS. fIrst Mieday Ie ...... 51 A.. .. It... b4s.Oios of '> ._ III 14
ua&51 At
ararr .... ( --" day of Aogeet. $015. lb Sod Heard reaervee ike rig I I4ol ,, I. J N .e werdt'v ;:'*:4e aWaTcalE'; .
.. oar **4 IH4e. el'maly 1'
CNCLAIMSO RBPAJRS Wekav I. te4 UM IOta day ., ;* *. IMtSKAt *lit *el thIs oM4 book, .. afflr*) ,haS IbIs reJtrv MUIe7el
GREGORY
LEWIS H. -.1F lro sad eerrela Ice boot *>y ka.le4eVar. U.Z
three Stager ewtaa Maxklaeo & SUPPLY CO. ( ) .fnnin: 1144 /:1 Woodeco4
nf .
REALTOR tied mom eMlelved. Pay ITJWW B4BB rr mirr fvmwis.airnigMa Cwoml.Stmtt
repoJr bIll hAuL Tboe taacbtooe 44 TUBS or lUna CIJERK or cinrttT: cOCk or OAMDEM ouMirujiiir'A COWS'!. 551151I.
II w. WAftMnrnrov IT. era la exeetleot ebaa*. Write (' : ;
in-MM lervtea Maaagor, Togao Bewiag T. ThIs AIM ADTi July llf'. :lt.lft" It bl' Sxlwia ...... 04 fi. 'k''UJlOfUr. :
te* B. Wriaikl St, Peo- AI V. Jilt II a.. MTMS toso ItI'
:= won SIMM JI(1fI.O" APPUCATWII nm TAX PE&DS. cttvn.tr f"CJf'IeT.1| ( SIALO 1)1.....,.

111* ft. Me>r*. .....* o*. IMI. PJLPXmCB r5, uAifffca anal .. florida Coaalp el I), ..... MI
.U1USIU. n.ouDA .. BaREly airBH ibal a R BtRIBM She k M.r }:, : ..or 10 sod *._lko4 w... at* pit 1Kb day *f July,
BRICK HllMES-- 'I.. .. fb. fetlowuig ...._ baa flle4 sasS ....,f.....* |e. a ... I'" 'A'ICIII'' oct If 5t.a47iaset' ..'.It' '::10, 4 .. ef _
dead t* bo soesod tkorowb Tee *eu kw.eet. lbs daowlptkea of bo afilarly, sad IM aaatea wkbtb ..,.ro5ies5 COIIJfTt'l B, OMBMeewa *l"l/ee April I..al'II.
COMPLETELY FINISHED M wee a.I ar* a* follow Margaret ..,. IMarr PlklM. IIMO.rOAi.U
&ADICTT (rertKtaot II.., 114 Tear .. leeMoa. 1141 .

$<<8.39 per Month 25 Yon sod KvTJKr&n7x &AX r0" S or rAU-o"t I\a-,1tJ. C JIE1.OiCI5T. oO

Accept Old Homtd] la Trod tana Same lei ebb eee.adi, Imev/ritr M BCBOBMAH OP Pitt OweosleeSaIOTVI APPBAJMU Fit*. y.&. COW.Clll .

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EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE For ddGadsden: Children PhILps[ ,Fryer-Smith Frosty Mom 33 27 U II :867 567

Gay, Fryer-Smith 34 23 .639
Danley's Ingram, QuIncy Tel 28 II .819

TO GIVE YOU VALUE AT Lest week1 article dealt with Young, Fryer-Smith 2. 14 ,538
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the varying degree at mental retardation -. hlY Gray King Edward 41 20 ,448
; the diminishing Importance 0 4 Dodson: QuIncy TeL 31 II .484
of heredity actors; and Bassett, Fryer-Smith 19 vl Ml
four types of mental retardation Chance, Fryer J 3d M .462
4 Pc. CONTEMPORARY MODERN ON illustrating how various factor STANDINGS McCormick, QuIn Tel. 28 12 .462
CAST CREDIT TERMS such ai Injuries to the brain InIf.'CtJOUI ?
(bra week Jutgi
diseases, changed phy ending 177
Team

BEDROOM SUITE. .Onlv $129| are siotogy sometimes or glandular associated pathology with it. King Edward Won v. | 1

In addition to these more usual Fryer-Smith I 4
cause, there Frosty Morn ( j
others
are that are
PANEL BED apparently related to mental retardatlnn QuIncy Telephone
m : somatic conditions, or- BABE KITH LEAGUEogee : j'
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fame brain damage and cultural
actors. tilt Games of the week postponed

Somatic Conditions- When cer- due to installation ot underground.
I,lain physiological processes within sprinkling system
i, the body are disturbed there ll TOP TEN HITTER
an add called phenylpyruvlc add Player, team ab "h aVII.
[found In the urine. Thi add re- Vinson, Masonic Blues 18 9 .862
,salts from faulty body metabo Forehand, Masonic 10 5 .500
'lism which produces mental retardation. Abney Masonic 11 I ,499
There is tome evi Bywater, Standard Oil 8 3 J7S
dence that this Is an Inherited Rowell, Masonic Blues 20' 8 .300
condition. This condition has Jx.t> WITH HEADS BOWED the children at St Paul' School Porch, Masonic i 20 8 .300
found in retarded individuals .Cotney, Standard Oil 17 B .294
thank God for their daily refreshment Picture
particularly the severely retarded. nl courts MtKroght, Standard a 19 i J63
It is presumably not Gregory-Myriclc Qulncy. 'W. Chester, Masonlo 18 4 .250
In normal persons. Newcomb, Masonic 8. 2 .250
The Rh factor has been found and blindness, bllndnes and tray dramatically America' concern STANDINGS Won wi
s J to be associated with mental re [muteness, lameness > bUndne- for the training of Its youth.' Standard Oil 'I a
DOUBLE DRESSER LANDSCAPE MIRROR tu. tardation. The Rh factors are deafness, and many other com The Suwannee River Area Council Masonic Blue 1 4 4
complicated substances the red binations. will be represented by boys PONY l 7
BOOKCASE BED SPACIOUS 4 DRAWER CHESTIf corpuscles. The particular typea Mental retardation, along with and leaden. The messages, made LEAGUE
person has is inherited. The the entire area of human suffering public today by Jim Ed Gilbert (age 13: and 14)
like t Rh factors can produce complications and deprivation, is worthy President, of the Suwannee River TOP TEN BITTERS
the trim
you slim lines of modem which can damage the central of all the combined effort of humanity Area Council, Boy Scouts of America Player, team ab 'h avg.
this Is the bedroom suite for you. You'll get nervous system of the child to prevent It. improve It, whose headquarter are located Bywater, Carne 14 10 .714
the very popular off-the-floor design, spacious { resulting in mental retardation. eradicate It. In the meantime it In Tallahassee, follows: I Well, Craig Oil 11 7 .638
drawer space, a tilting mirror so you ca Excessive X-ray exposure In must be dealt with now, and with Senator George A. Smathen of,lRhoade*. Came 11 7 .938
sea yourself from head to toe. Excelle expectant mothers has some evidence all the compassion humanity Is Florida writes: ['E. Porch, Craig Oil 10' 8 :.800
printed walnut finish. With Book Case Bad to show association with capable ot giving "No organization has done more 'ttekett, Camel 10 8.00
mental retardation. Many of the Next week article will discuss to build America youth into responsible Srooks IOr.
children born to mothers exposed some of the characteristic of the manhood, and In so doing Craig, Q aig011 : .333
in excessive amounts to X-ray mentally retarded. ha* contributed to our country Foster, Craig Oil U 94 .308
showed microcephaly. a core ot strong and responsible Cloud, Craig Oil U f! .263
Organic Brain Damage. Diseases citizenship. The Ideals and Smith, Craig Oil II J.231
YOU GET $13900 ot or damage to the brain Too Late activities sponsored by the Boy 'STANDINGS

may occur before birth, at birth, :,Scouts foster the most Important 'Team wen Lost
or after birth. Factors occurring aspect ot American tradition. Came Plaything
Double Dresser before birth may be Inherited To ClassifyI Clean competition, constant preparedness cral OIlCo. :4 3
The damage can be of many and consideration for Greensboro 0 I

4 Drawer Chest types- and range from very littleto doubt It the lowly cow ever others, are concepts which build MEN'S SLOW PITCH
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sever and obvious physical realized that the day would come not only strong men but strong{SOFTBALL
See Our Bed Room Groups damage. The two major types when the would have a gnat nations" Results of Qulncy' Slow.Pitch!
O Double BedMattress are those In which there II destruction place named after her that this Senator Richard B. Russell ot invitation Tournament: Randy
of brain tissue, and those palace would serve not only the Georgia writes 8, Massey Drug 8.: Standard Oil
O Innerspring I INCLUDED Today. Over 30 Styles andS with damage resulting from physiological lowly cow but also humans. "I do not know of any activitymore Tallahassee 10, North Fla. Exper.
change due to toxic A* she quietly chews her cud profitable for a young man (mentals 9, Massey Drugs 11, N.
Box Spring a Inninprtng MATTRESS reaction. she must marvel at the similarity these days than participation In F. Experlmentals 6.i Randy 18,
Finishes to Select From. Price Brain Injuries where there Is ot action exhibited a* they gather the many programs offered by the Standard Oil Tal, 8, Standard
O 2 Pillows Matching BOX SPRING damage to brain tissue can result In drove to mill about the place, Boy Scout of America. The Boy Oil 18, Massey Drugs 3j; Randy's
a fair of PILLOWS from accidents, disease such and Scouts have done a wonderful job It, Standard Oil I.
snorting bellowing.
es to suit any Budget! as tumor or infection, or destructive She must view with amusement of training good citizens who will TOURNAMENT STANDINGS
cell change In the the bell cows that joyously lead be Inestimable value to our nation Team Won Lost
brain. If the damage 1 II don before the mighty stampede down the now and In the years to come, Randy i ( 8 0
f three years of age the child aisle and! around the great hall, and I commend Scouting to all Standard Oil.am/l
7 PIECE LIVING ROOM GROUPING may be unable to control the muscular their horns blowing and their young men of this nation and of Massey Drug 1 2
movement of I his arms, cowbells ringing. the world." North Florida Expert- < -
legs and head. This disease i* In her well ordered world the' Senator Herman E. Talmadge mental 0 2
called cerebral palsy. Children ot herd leadership 1 II a ot Georgia, writes: I COURSE 0V "FIXWER AR.
,
suffering from this damage can matter that concerns only the I "All Americans are Indebtedto HANGING FOR THE HOME"
SLEEPINGA be severely retarded, average or bulls. They paw the earth, glare' Scouting for the outstanding Meeting weekly from 7 8 p.m.
9 of even superior Intelligence.The at each other, bellow, snort and contributions It has made to the Tuesday at the Quiiicy: Garden
FREI most common cause ot fine mind Center.
lock horn while the unconcernedcows development ot young j
yr qufcfc simple flip of the brain Injuries in children are Injuries sit on the side line and and bodies In our great country. CITY RIDE miTATIONAL
received at birth. I know of no other organizationwhich SHIMMING MEET
wrist and you add double bed [await the outcome.
Damage due to toxic agents done build the To be held
has more to August 14 and 15 at
,
But human It a
sleeping the seems are
answer upon the brain tissues Include: at character of our boy and to Instill King Street Pool. '
to an nett bedroom with thepurchase reaction to poison taken Into different breed. They stampede FREE
and In them the real meaning ot TENNIS CLASSES '
the toes of a hat, the cows
without a1 sxpensel f! the body (such as alcohol! and, calves line up behind their favorIte democracy and good citizenship" I. Free beginning tennis tnstnio
carbon monoxide) poison resulting don for
; boys and girls, 10.
bull and Join In the snorting, ages
from Internal physiological 14 will begin Monday, August S
of bellowing and pawing with great
malfunctioning such a* endocrine -I gusto. The bull dominates the RECREATION at Cony Field Tenets Courts.
disturbances); or the lack aa- will be held
mad scene and his mighty bellow on Monday.
ot an adequate oxygen supply tome shake the rafters while the moo Wednesday and Friday for n
LIVING Jamison brain tissue When web condition -I and boos ot the herd express their NEWS three week period. The girl will
affect the nerve mechanisms be .
approval or disapporval.In taught from 9 10 e-m. and
they have far-reaching consequence the boys 10.11
Sofa Bed (alef'Plnllllc\mela often the general excitement many cud By Dona James Students are expected tm. to. furnish -
t\ Suite nervous cows swallow their
rewlts In mental retardation)
own racket
SENIOR LITTLE LEAGUEagi and can ot Tennis
or stick It under their seat frightened
also results froman
Brain damage balls. No
10.11)Game. pre-regtstratloa'i
and < necessary. -
calves dash this
way
;tI j Inadequate supply ot oxygento that and occasionally some wild ot past week Lions 7, -fr,
the brain UThI.. 1* called eyed member of the herd will Rotary C; DeMolay 8, Jaycee 2, '
) 5 PIECE TABLE anoxia. bolt. Mad confusing follow such Exchange 13, Rotary 8, Kiwanis Jersey HerdClassified
Many diseases can produce Include action and the bellowing and 3, Lions 0; DeMolay vs. Exchange

AND LAMP SET mental meningitis retardation., syphilis These, andsome snorting rises loa mighty crescendo (rained out); Rotary 7,
Lions !
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II1Nllra.The : while the herd mills .bouttrampUni'
of
severe forms
TOP TEN HITTERS
brain each other In their:
effect of organic frenzy. I II (thru week: ending July 17) The herd of registered Jersey
damage will depend upon the I Stalls are entered In an attemptto 'Player, team ab h avg owned by A. V. Brown, ot Chafla.
: personality and general physical put the halter on this or that Stephens, DeMolay 3D 24 .61$ hoochee, has been classified for
of the particularchild
characteristics of the bull or cow, bleary eyed attendant Glover, Jaycees 49 23 .511 breed type by an official classl.
the
as well as on area Chandler Kiwanis 42 20 .478 Her of the
child couldbe push and prod In an effortto American Jersey Cattle
brain Involved. The control the aituatlnt.Every Edwards. Rotary 36 IS .417 ,dub, Columbus Ohio '
retarded only
Decorator colon Include Brown, Beige, severely retarded.cultural or conceivable type of Norman, Klwanl 3D 19 .389 This herd now ha 1 excellent,
a'4 shed slightly child food Is tossed Into the feed bin J. Rudd Lions 42 13 .357 14 good, and 8 good plu animal
The
Turquoise Sags and Gold. Ideal byJjmtso'n Factor
,, color whichhe to attract the cattle, bay, grain Bass, Rotary 38 13 J42 giving the herd an average score
to match the theme of your home! t live In an environment ot and forage come with such brand Byrd Jaycee 33 11 J33 of 86.0 %. The rating am based
SOFA I II an Important part.I reaction Edwards, DeMolay 21 7 JJ3 on
label u Civil Right, Foreign an official score card which
on
are partly dependent Interfere Policy, Fiscal Program and Norby, Jaycees 42 14 .333 allot 100 point for the Ideal
I and this environment Intellectual It growth.can other The watering troughs appear -STANDINGS (T ee week EndIng -'Jersey animal.

$139 CHAIR .hl with Mental his retardation l hits hardest to have a golden hue and July 17) I There are more Jerseys offld-
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ally classified
often
and most often In dirty tenement the herd drink deeply and for breed than any
Klwanls 15 0 other breed.
with slobcring enjoymentIt
where
and rural slum
I Available In Heavy Plastic there are large number ot families will soon be milking time Jaycee 7 9 7 6DeMolay Active
Blind
and low again and the milking shed 1* a
I :,' with poor education The machine are Lion 7 S Bralntree, Mass.-Thirteen.
For $20 More Income. Women In these areas busy place. yearold
In prenatal being checked and died The Rotary 5 10 Joan Hyland enjoys riding a
are usually lucking to have mentally question I II who will do the milk- Exchange 1 13 bike, climbing tree and playing
care and are likely children ing. Will he have hot or cold JUNIOR LITTLE: LEAGfBage : ball 'The only thing that make
The
i. retarded children. he have to have pulL ( I and I) Joan' activities unusual I
RED HOT JULY END OF MONTH SPECIALS lack the Hmulus to develop hands. Will thai
Game ot weeks Edward
Even when there Will he keep Ms hand clean? past King she has been blind sine birth.
intellectually toll And there will be ticks to contend 20, Quincy Telephone Ox She talk freely about bef blind

2-Reg.289.95 Nylon Cover 2 PC. 1-Reg. 119.95 Slightly Damaged 5 PC. I lack* no ot organic stimulus impairment and opportunity neglect wall ctoik.with. Can Relentless these ticks tick be ot controlled the 8; Mom Fryer-Smith Meats Motors 2, QuIncy 11. Frosty Telephone got nets Into and trouble say the was only when time she she:

i for learning and protonged or will they develop an Infestation Co vs. Frosty Morn (rained -climbed on the school building
II retard-
mental
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deficiency
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KING SIZE BED _ $199 DINING SUITE$349 I deprived opportunities can for learning and the cow come with home the, bright somebody ....r1o:'., ...
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II I'' 76 x 80 Complete Includes 42 x Banquet Table, large In severely retarded children 1 Idea that it might be well to ,. f: :

I Glass Front China and 6 Chain mental retardation I* usually change the name from Cow \ .
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130" DISH CABINET $10 Boy Scouts, Explorers and adult : .
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