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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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THE CHATTAHOOCHIE TRIBUNE

VOLUME 64, NO. J1
QUlNCY.11.ORIDA. J2351, THURSDAY JULY JO. 1884 ,PER ropy TEN. ncNTV
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Two Tobacco Barns Burn School Budget


I Hearing Slated Firearms Control Ordinance




To Ground This Morning

Sunday P. M. Cadsden'i proposed county

school budget for the Coming
106445 school year totals slightly
under four million dollars Including Passed By City CommissionManslaughter
Two tobacco bane containing the three lilted funds let up
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natural cured wrapper tobacco for support and maintenance DIstrlrt -

noo went\. up In smoke Sunday after I Proper Use Of f bond Interest costruodon.and linking The fund mlUI\ft and

The first bare which located _
was levy will remain the lame ai tail t
on the Ball Farm and rented Leal war. 16 mills, plus earl dlimcti .-. ." New Ruling
Marketing :1
by Ralph Cox from Ernest bond mlllage. : Young SpeakersOn
Bletenholz (4th. AST Company ;
Superintendent MaX Walker announced
was discovered burning about 1 w Cards Siressed that a public bearing wit! Program At Will Affect
o'clock. A truck from the QuIncy be held today at 10:00: am fot Charge Filed
Department of Public Safety wu Fennel May ASCS County of the purpose of discussing the pro.weed .
Immediately summoned. floe manager reminds flue-cured budget. The hearing will Manslaughter charges have been Legion Meeting Young People

Cox said the barn probably tobacco growers that their ASCS w held In the County Board meet filed by liariaden County Short Pat Partner sun of Mr. and
blew down first and then caught marketing card number must be log: I'OCftIn the basement of the Otho Edwards against Quincy Negro Mrs. Henry Partner, of Quincy,
fire. The burners were lit since recorded by the warehouseman Courthouse In Quincy and all In- Sam Henry 11_. lilt Is bl stun has just returned Iron Violators SubJect
the tobacco wu In high case. on the floor sheet prior td the tpretted dtteens are Invited I to, being held In the GadsOen County "Boy's Nanun" In Washington To Fin AndImprisonment
Total value of the barn and F time the tobacco Is offered for attend. Walker ald. School Jail. D. C., and Russell Revels dGreensboro

tobacco wu unavailable at press.time. sale.This Board members will be pmrn The 17-year-old Negro was the who attended Boy'.
Both were ,Insured. reminder Is being given Total of the three funds making driver of the car which allegetly State. In Tallahassee at which A
The second barn owned by Lee since tobacco is moving to the up the budget are J3, 07,441 for I ly crashed homlun Into a vehicle, tint Pat was elected Secretary of firearms control! ordnance af-
Parramore and located In M warehouses for sale support and maintenance, District reeling young' people of the Qty
beginning: fatally Injuring hones GIjvals rears State. will b* iiieakers before nf
Pleasant on State Road 260 burned July 29. Mr. May suggests that interest and linking: funds J41,- U of Chattahooi 1aatru..alay member of the John W. Slaw Qulncy was passed u an entergrncy
a few noun later at 6:U. Par- the easiest way to meet this requirement 054 and bond conitructlon :68.-:: aftemxti.According Rat No. 14 at next Moml* measure at the Monday

ramore said lightning apparently rollaO\ present the marketing I 884.The to Florida Highway night's meeting.: 1 night regular meeting of the City
Cummlaaliin.
started the blaze since It wu the warehouse at support and maintenancefund
Patrolman D. M. Cooksey, the ac Wills Burnett
raining at the time. The barn !the time each lot of tobacco la whim Is the major part of dent occurred rainstorm commamlerthe ofl The new law titled Ordinance
which lull of tobacco wu I being I during a American Legion pint, sty No.
wu 4 1.
weighed In. Farmer who have county.opI'I'IUm U broken : wu enacted by the Com-
State Road 268 lour
on that Pat and
Russell will
fired. James MrDoaald someone else deliver their tobacco down lor me current year ai to- miles south of Chattahoorhee give reports mission "due to racial 'tension
of their
The Ore wu first noticed by should be sure to send their! lows: Instructional salaries $2; Moue, accompanied by Louis experiences at tnrwmeetings. I In the Qly of Quincy and the danger >
hose living In nearby tenant Church of Christ card along with the person doing 400,000 Cup $ O.OOO over Ian Barber, 27-year-old Negro from Burnett An. aiklod be attractlin of violence erupting u a remit .
states. wlU Walt'rDuvt'r
houses. Parramor said the barn the delivering tor them. year ; Transportation $1M,00 time and In .....* to .KM.
Braden) west -
and tobacco were valued at $29 will up $ ; Outlay $21)0, nn wu traveling: Miss Sandra Vel>*rt.m and his string band. went and lessen danger to thepioldie
Regulations not
permit a In
= $7000) and pulled out of his lane an
000 and were Insured.A Revival Is Set warehouseman to otter for tale 844 ( and other The cixnmander urges all Legionnaires and members thereof.'.
truck from the Quincy Department any lot of tobacco until the serial expenaes I78 ,MT (up $ tooo.1 around Improrar a passing truck. axle Approachingfrom to go Miss Yelverton to be piMrnt fur he The Mound paragraph of this or*
of Public Safety and number of the farmer's ASCS The total of thli fund tl up about' the direction wuOINt..r usual I One supper prepared by T. Lefty further stales that an
one from the Forest Service rushed For Aug. 27James marketing: card Is shown ,on the 31,000 over the same fund last' W.opposite Whklikin III, K, ofChattahoochee Named Beauty M. Bums and the business meet- emergency has been created' making
afterward. A.
to the scene to prevent the Ore office copy of the warehouaeman' yea and driver of the Log door prise II II necessary AIr the Jmnwodoal.
from spreading to the tenant McDonald minister of floor sheet In district Interest and sinking I other car, aocompanled by the also bring offered.Annual preservation of the public
bouses. the Quincy Church of Christ, this! 1 The county ofOoe also funds the balance at the start 01 Ryals youth and Ira Thmnpwn. Queen By NAD peace, property health and safely
week announced that manager the wu JU.9HS. anticipated that this ordinance be
a revival year adopted
cautioned growers to Inspect their 124,071 11, also of Orattaho ne hee. The Sandra Yetvertim. a (Gallant!I Swim
City SiresFire would commence at his church on tax receipt are tot a at the meeting at whkft It ls Ii.tautluced
1 headon Into 1
card after each sale to see that House vehicle crashed College junh.I'orn Hiintsvlll,
North Adams Street total anticipated revenue of $41.. U wu Introduced
Sunday
of undetermined origin did mom all entries are correct and report the Whlddon car. 1 Alabama, wu named Mist NAC I Meet Slated ood pass.
leg and last through Friday night 054 The anticipated balance at approved and bnvme effective
,
extensive damage to two rooms any .rn>n immediately Id the Ryals wu rushed to the Tallajsnre In a beauty contest sponsored b Y
the !
August 7. Service will be held end of the 1M4-H year la Monday night
and the fumiihlnfE of the home ASa county office and to be sure Memorial Hospital wherehe the National Association of the: 22 ninano
on Sunday at 1 a.m. and I $20.424. August Normally ,
s are
of Fred Cotton, Negro Tuesday and each evening during the p.m.lob to return the card to the county BanaTmdThe died a few hours later. Whld- Oral at Its 17th Convention IIPki ed on first iMdlng at regular pass.reason

afternoon.A owing week at 8 o'clock. office when all their tobacco baabeen budget anticipate he dun Is listed u "fair" at the recently In Washington, D. C. The Annual City Invitational than read and passed al

fire truck from the Department Eddie: R. Campbell, dean of marketed. Complete In- bond construction tuna, t.ln Gadsdea County Hospital and the Five judge selected Miss Yelverton .. Swimming Meet o>*pni" or.d by the next regular mmting. and be
of Public Safety wu lent students at Georgia Christian tructioni are contained on the totaling $50,800, other receipts Thompson youth was releasedart from among the other con- the Quinry Rotary dub and the comes effective following puhll
td the scene In answer to a call at School. Valdosta, will be the guest reverse aide of the marketing 190,000 and with a balance on Saturday. Both remained to Intents for her beauty, pulw, and, Qty JtmTMtlm Department has rallun. The text of Ordinance No.
2:40: pm. The fire had a good preacher.. card. (Continued oa Page Tw) critical condition for several days l personality. As Miss NAD sire been slated fur Sirurday August UY will be found In the legal
headway but wu soon brought under Mr. Campbell is well known to' following the acdoVnt. will enter the Miss HiD (International 22 at the King Street Pool. Th section of this Issue of the Times.

control. Assistant Safety Dt many in Quincy. He conduct' Parmer Receives Scout Council House spent a few days In me Games tat die Drat) beauty meet will be open be girls and Section 1 stalls that no person
rector W. W. McPherson slated two classes weekly here In Quincy local! hnsplla! and Harder I II lilted contest: which will be hold In WaalIngtin boys from age 17 and under. under the age of II year
that two rooms were gutted by last spring for the Dale Carnegie Appointment At u-falr?* D. C., June 24 KM. the All competition will be conduct hall, between the hours of sun.
the flames and furnishings another Institute. lie wu very popular Completes Good njn-nlng! night of the InternationalLames .d under A.A U. and events will set and the time of sunrise! have
parts of the dwelling wen with those In attendance at hoc the Deaf. She will Include freestyle backstroke any firearm In, or knowingly allow
damaged by heat, water and these sessions. Boys NationPat Camping SeasonThe Jr. Horse Show coniprte fur the Mia IU1) title lerOy breaststroke, and InUvId, bu any firearm owned by nun

smoke. He said approximately I Dean Campbell who wu bon against IS other contestants' Including ual medley. Lack: swimmer will to be kx twenty percent of the furnishingswere In Texas S2 years ago, has beena Farmer of Quincy wu appointed Suwannee River Ana another GnllmidiH ee54! be limited' to tar of any kind on the premts of any
saved. I minister for Churches of Christ for aMoriate Chief Justice Council has Just completed one Termed SuccessA LIly WUmarth of DarwWe, Virginia. vents. any swimming plus's! of business generally open
1M4
Cotton'i wife stated that she for the put 14 y...... He has the Boys Nation In Washington a Its mod MkMsdul ampingseason. til the public or .!wore ..... are
wu visiting a sick daughter JINl'oby preached In Arkansas Texas, D. c., last week. A .- Junior hone show I Miss 1GD and her court (cane Ribbons will be awarded to first mngreMd, or on My street.
when the fire occurred. One Louisiana, Florida, Georgia New Lauderdale Pat and Richard Ott of Fort The Camp Stall wu honored ala wu sponsored by the GaoMm pned of !the runners-up will have will through be sixth placta: and trophies avenue, thoroughfare, way o*
of her children discovered the York. West rginia, Kentuckyillssourt served as Florida'srepresentatives party last Saturday evening at Saddle dub last Saturday night he tonne of presenting the metals presented to age gruu
flames when be went In the house and Colorado. He has to Boys Nation lamp. The party was hosted by Juniors from several counties pAl'tldpatlld. I to the winners In the Internationaljemes. winners fur highest pled tnula park.An nfflrer" making an arrest
which Is conducted tor one week Reglatratlim begins at I o'dorkat
to place some food In the refrig just returned from Ontario, Canada larotd for .
Director
In July f'Wry'ell'. One hundred Dudley, Camp the pixil and will be followed a Mutation of thus onfinanr
erator. where he conducted a wee boys two from each have and Lloyd Ivey who served u Local trophy and ribbon winners Miss Yetvertiin U the nnliteiighler tha is Instructed to take posieasloa
state swimming meet at S
Another fire early Monday I ceiaful religious campaign. He participated In mock campaign program director. Doth men are were: Costume Class: Harriet of Malur and tot.... Jot W' o by clock. l is1 any and all turn flrMrms stud
morning states that while there 40 workers tnc. keynote spraches, nominations on the profeaaliml staff of the lUll 2nd place; Terns Hill 4th; V. v.lv.rm (Ket) of 4JU6 Hunt deliver Hum to the Chit of i there oceupledthebydWUBe knocked on doors and helped and politics.In ( ncIL Mr. Dudley lives In Bain- I Brands Bcrom, hill and Barbara Drive N. W.Yluntavill, Alabama, Due whys will keep same until aft
Burnett and Us mother Pearl, spread the Gospel of Christ addition learning the bridge, Georgia, and Mr. Ivey In Davtdsiti. eth. Western DrraeCherra -, and a graduate: the Alabama trial of the psrm pnoI
who live Neighbors discovered the blaze at flu four children, David 10, LJnda by practical experience the boys Wilson Council Camping Chairman 2nd; Lynn Smith, 4th: As a child, she had the unforgettable (J;{ .E'I will be dtapaeixl af u pro.
I:40 a.m. and woke the accu- I, Danny 4, and Julianne I viiiti- points of Interest such u from Crawfordvllle said his Sandy Jones tth; and Nancy experience of living In vI did In Section TUO OIl of the
Dents In time to escape." Willieis I months. the m, Capitol, Senate, House committee wu well pleased with Jowe 6th. Arena Rare. Johnny ;Germany and f'rance when ,her 1/( dt llortda MalutM.
a cripple, unable to walk and of .Representatives, Smithsonian the operation of summer camp Livings 4th; and Steve Dene- tether, then in the U. S. Armed Any p'n n dead guilty of vloatlnn .
had to be carried from the burning Public Safety intitule and othe.... this year. With the development field, Sth.DoNut. forces, wu stitiisied anroai of ode ordinance Is siaVMt
building. Boys Nation sponsored by the of the new WalJwood Boy Smut Kara- Charlotte Stout during this two-yrar pertiid.: : she 51 w. PHI, > to be punlahrd as provliMn
Chief McPherson laid that this national organization of the Reservation, Boy Scouta In the l'Ij'fed; George Agerton, 4tb: ; traveled to Belgium, tfwltierland, Sxlkn 1-7 of the Code of OrdInaires -
fire wu caused by a kerosene Dept. Reports American Legion. Suwannee River Area Council can and sport, Jlh; llallvrdaas The Nelherlanls, Luxmihnurgea This was the week that ".1 of the City of QulIIt')'. IU
cook Move that evidently had been Pat Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. look forward to even a better Maree Nancy liean, 2nd; (O.eSsssed rag Tam) anmethtnc bMlciM the .bees may be fined u much ee 1500 and
left burning lie cautioned those Two AccidentsTwo Henry Partner of QuInr7.I camping experienos. The new and Cherra VI Sapp Ird. Halter Ithe big luster crow st the Whit I ImprUnned for a partod art ..>
still using this type cookstove or reservation will offer mudi needed I CUss Stud and Onlduig Jim.Smith Summer' Band and one of younger Bird I veiling W days, or bnth, In the
accident over the weekend' I new facilities. I my led; Barbara Davidson, dJec me judge
to keep them In good fly to Michigan fur tale. presiding
heater
were reported by Quuvy's Public Awards :nd Ird and At...,. a fairy :lI\lIlnl
College Harriett Hill
working order at all times being "This week we want to rwog- ; ; In Atlanta 0.". Sanlrrs said ( Pullfe J. W. lUJro
sure that flammable materials Safety Department Both aod- I nine the Volunteers who are the I y Livings, (th. Barebackliar Program Will there Is "n thIng In common l between hu IIIJIICerned! over fWIIIII
are not stored m the vicinity and ents occurred Saturday after- Carol J. MarshScholarship backbone of the Scouting movement bars Davidson, lit; Corers VI extremism and American- repnrts of Juvenu hauling n....
never leave one burning while noon and resulted In Injury to They are the genius of spp, 2nd; Undo flue Ird; Stress MarchingThe lam.'* arms and other" dangerous weapons
three persons and $825 damages.. the success of Scouting. larriett Hill 4th; Terry Dnvfield around In v a4.s it night.
away or asleepCity I An accident Involving two ve- Without them there would be no Bin; and Sandy Jones, 6th. final week of the Summer Stxjnda Uke maybe he menu lie slated that everything pual.le .
Ides took place on Jefferson Realizing the Importance of Cub Snouting. Boy Scouting or''MImI Ifcnemanahlp (1.121-I Band Program August 2-7 may be different .la the (::issue Is being dine by the Depart-
Commission Street near Camilla Avenue giving recognition to outstanding Exploring Over 1400 Cubmas- Charkide:: Sluotamlre, Ird. (Oov-I Mil be devoted to training itu- xMUtlve mansliin than when melt of l-uhna SwMy penumrlto
Royce Edwin Dealer, 26, of Cordon students In high school ten and Denmothrrs Scoutmasters M eat 1.12).JImmy nUll, I toils having little or no exprr- lumnun Tslmadge wu serving prevent anyone being hurt or
graduate
G. 0. Cox Is Alabama, skidded Into the log classes Norman College often Explorer Advisors, Scout I Mh; and Sandy Jones, llh. Westrrn I Why In marching funrt m.nials. ham ..J eggs wtlH grits Slid led. MIM.
right aide of a tractor truck driven scholarships to high school Unit Commltteemen, Institutional HirsemanslUp I1M6) Ilanban I Oaawe will be held dally tom eye sravy.I .
Welcomed Back by Edwin E. KImbell, 35, of graduates who have achieved distinction tepreamtatives, Oomrnlsalonen. I Davldsiin, 1st; Sweets VI I 5 III. until lOa III. at the Quinry dnn't know, but If the pnwnt
St. Petersburg causing a total of In their school work. Merit Badge CounMlon and I Sapp 2nd; Nancy B ane, Ird; 4 High hhixil Band Rorm able governor eats Kke he talks his lep.FuquaRapsSupreme
$230 damages to bom vehicles. Dr. Guy N. Atkinson, president Council District and Divuional I ind Roger Rarineail, 4th.Texas ,.d Charte A. Burns band dl- ivorile meal must be c..iIkand.
After Illness Traveling East on ..Jerr.sDuEI..r announces that an honor scholar- embers ":make Soouting happen Barrel Weave SteveRenefiekt I rector yellow rice with pink kmnnaileCoy. .
Street, wu attempting to hip hu been awarded to Carol In the lives of over 3,000 boys In I Ithe 2nd; Bill Bkwnt. Ird; "This applies Id an band atuImts esters, who'l sg'ln the CourtOmgrMsman
The CIty Commission of the pall he Kimbell truck when the Jean Marsh of QuIncy. The .. Suwannre River Area CouocU charge Agertni 4th: and Sandy entering Quinry Junk. High ""m. Gobnvalur for pang a,1IIIIII
of Quincy met In regularaeeidan lOddent occurred. Investigators dpent is the daughter of Mrs. : ," Mr. Dudley said. j'ones, tth. Western Pleasure (1- !literal that were mt m"mlwrs of spreading he truth. wu aiming Dm Fuqua ap
Sty at City Hall L. A. Butler and Ray Burke died Helen Marsh and the late R. CUt- 2)- Sandy Jones, 4th; and Nan 1 lie Senior Band bat srhu4 year at ItCaralaqua ft* saying ".w .pound Thursilay before the Judlciary .
night
with Monday Pro Tern a a Cos Coiner for tailing to have his vede ton Marsh of Quinry. The echoanhlp *- (Om...... M rage Tw.) I ff[ Impossible to steed all daasn. remlam In defense of Wwrty lsnovke. CwnmlltM of the lie....
Mayor FHP .I
under control and Reports rt t
JUpnwWaUws In .
In the absence of Mayor having an will be available at the pUaat make every effort to ." WIll1lnlr ..
presiding xident Do c., to that .
wrung of the fall term at Norman STORY FEATURES Html is many as pumlbls ask 8m. asVlrnwslrf meant like urge the enmmitlM
Leon who is
Weaver away on va
Ralph Ray 84, Quincy Negro, (Siege. Freak AccidentA Mr. Burns. report out a bill which multI<
ration. It was the first meeting I GADSDEN CROP David may have Men kistlfbd Musing
with failure
wu charged to yield n.tat. he Supreme Court dado
Present plans are to also 1 Issue ,
tar Mr. Cox since back hi May the right-Ill and having A freak arrldmt Involving ; a .** to AMt Go- siun. whlrh
way an :: A feature article CaiMpnCountI lunlnr" High and tonior Band ton ruM that toils Maws
when he suffered a heart attack. I adder at the Intersection of TB Check-UpSet a a home occurred ltel4 Cuban-type kitawv irirms throughnut the w....., Bath with a rwit. But when brand Gov rf state legislatures must be baa.ed .
Get flail name RirMelkf'
After approval d the minutes of Crawford and Duval Streets. Saturday afternoon cite es crop appeared to the July 21 MI pivulallun.on .
the last meeting the Commissioners Safety Officer Cedl Ellis said August 11.28 mile west of Havana on .tale lssur of the nattumlly circulatedU. GADSDEN BAPTIST a bill bunlle. trying to kirk iff I""",,, .. over II Kill, which
heard three representatives that Ray, In bis pickup truck Road 12.Trooper. S. Tonacro Journal. 1 the senior and t"puehed Bin have bMi Intiukind briars WsoVnmlay.
of the Kits dub, a Negro organization wu traveling east on Crawford The Cadadm County TB and G. W. SanoVI of tw The ""1M. prepared by PaulR. GROUP TO MEET I to the way to got stamped be Fwrun had kitnxkMd a
of Qutncy. L. R. Evans, Street while GeraldIne DsialhaDanMs Florida Patrol .Id extremism Lie Barry advocated Mil to early IMJ
Health Annotation mH Monday Highway/ reported Smith nf Tallahassee to evueperatkn A PIMA Cirri rem's nwtlnf with shtslly after
Whit Campbell and Willie Stevens I 22. Negro, of J 12 East: ghtlnthe Quincy Chamber ofxivnerce Betty Mobley Hurst Byrd of Havana with the Gadmlen Cnunty emphasis at "SmrariWdp'' has was terrible.Gov .bMng. sworn to u a new Member
'
dub trustees were seeking dark Street Quincy wu traveltngwest office was driving west In a heavy lamher of Commerce, explalM teen aitiMlulMl Inc 7:45: Tuenaymwnlng. Rtxtetener and the Irft- of CongnMe which provkM lurwnstltuUmal
compensation >for a portion of a Ray attempted to make Plans tor the annual Christmu rain when her car began to skid the mHhods. assistam August 4 at he TI...".. wings, practtrally aroused lienCOkhwal.r a amrmknenl thai
lot owned by the dub which the a left turn onto Lineal Street Seal Drive wire discussed as on a curve. The driver lost control I *liven by Cuhan exil e .to Memnrtal Baptist Churrh to Quin of pstrkitkun. And would lave the .PlJlrrtImnI of
Qty had need has street widening and cut Into the path of the Daniel well M plans fcf the annual mass of her car, skidded arras the growing and handling of the Kwy nvrahv to the Uarfa- asking hdp of Almighty Onl to ..ate "legislatures entirely to theliar.
and paving Project several vehicle rauatng P7J damages, Industry TubeirukxM Checkt'pwhich Sure Road 12 onto tf* south crop and mentions the UvartMe ben County Baptist Aamrlannn return cnrantutkiial gnvemnvnl ...
years ego The Qty wu ki the to the 1M4 Chevrolet II front wlO be conducted: from Au shakier and murk a (.... owned market twoa.arvMrt Is unrH to altmd, IIft1IWeIt thRrv. They evMi accused the sraalorof "If Congress !bad II.1s4 as my
process of foreclosing en the property end. GeraldlM Daniels" suffered through August M. i by T W. ToucMon of Havana / nf the 7SO-erre Cade- Thomas E. CUtOno BtooVrttnr bung buslnrM with the John blU at thai 1&1III.- ruqua said
bar paving costs plus Inter- slight Injuries along with two Te11 local association strongly There wen no Injuries. The car des "Cmndrta- ergs to enmpMe INrch fcrUty, whtrti they said was hay, "this matter would bussed
est and other fees. The dub offidals other passengers, Lorte Daniels urged me support of Industry to wss damaged M the ,...ot of The Drs-cured wrapper Is wed There win hot atx eonfnWlrrs a right-wing extreme a/lfll. ,....... es Pass To,
agreed to pay the originasesssnent M. and Beverly Gene Butler I, take stale JIM and she house II00. No NIle I in fie.damn of premium to parorlpale en its! pro Utter ...-. Cverybntyknows
If the Interest and of Oiattahmchee. unit tit IliiOsldes County was_IMd .. _qualify cigars. cram. me Wren stet. mauve At the Theatres
tees were written oft This wuMantawasly I Lottie DanMs suffered fmrlal, far T days.Gadsden --- ---_ ....... /ue say kind of ...*,
agreed to by the cuts when her glasses were broken County hu one of reek, ewe, lake, msvke eves
CbcnmiaMtcn I and wu treated at t. Cadsden hight rates of tubrroulnrts ; Gold. After all mt when went This Week

Ordinance No. t2I regulating the County Hospital and released. any county to the male at 0.// brae Barry Is atlt pang atom\ Al the Leaf ,Th tre Ills eombig

keeping of bones and ether Bve- and an effective war against with the current._ week win be "The Chalk Car
stock la iMkJmtial areas of the Dr. Hartz SpeaksTo beimloato wag.... ," Marring iMttrah Kerr east
Oty passed M first reading. The : mat FIRST BAPTIST J..M Mill .* Tura sy. Friday

Ordnance No. m. an emergency Exchangites everyone psetidpas.Kiwanis SUNDAY SERMONSThe and "Iurda,. Fmrurad. Sat
measure regulating tier unisji' wUI be "BuffaJ BUI In
y.
Thetas CWtlae,
E.
Rrv
inns In the sends of Juveniles.wu Members at the Quinry El- [ Team Usurft. Tomahawk TmtlMry." Sunday,
of the Dirt Baptlet
passed and became effccOveknraeAataty. change Cub hut Wednesday Ewe M vfay. Tumlay and WeilMedsywin
1 heard a talk by Dr. Edwto Ham Will Be Feted will = Sunday morwng Out* a* b* "Zulu," starring Stonlvy
The Commission grafted a *. of .... Srhool of Social Welfare at the SpMklng Haker. Jerk lUwklne, Iffla Jaoofaxiat
Manager Hartert nortda State Cisymrity.Introduovd brae Young vk. artaklent af Af the ewilng errlr the anrl ktk-hM Cain
Gregoryy SaM. be permitted to : by iNnujUaft dank the Qutnry Mwmmi Qub. ore h ntle A. B. BUckbura. Dr. Harts aM at me beWeak Hanhs r* Me Knm"on hluHay will be "Gunflght O.
seek .bids a ntlorms fur mere man meting wn
ftIIIII''r beset ChI BaM at Isaiah. The K. C rral" awl "Lad ...: tree
ben ol the Department ol PublIc duxueed "Youth (4. He brought that ,... I .
tats ........ ensteaM wlO se "BiUeForntrr Gun IflL" Featured will
Safety. Mr. Gregory explained out that It took several thousands Jtflemai House. .. W.Jooner. Sunday
the! he feat he could get better 01 yean bar the world to neck "....... wu out of fct' N lgp b> A Bye Baby' Stud"Don't
rkM and keoer service ki srk- the population of two and a amttbUUoa I Give Up The Ship.*
Mt time. II M K to today but toM Cue to a muma to angniM not R.port
Mrs: also reported that years the worlds SDpula- speaker was on aonl However.Dave .. Tfc e Cad .tI OYeyhx.mry RUMMAGE SALE
a total oi U aghts have sees to- aria be cox and n halt HUMavSuck Grwnwaid, who was am are ee repsta. no SMMS Brie to TtIII MedtnIWI
stalled ki various parts dire I !la ne aopiaatton exple.rioa tI the asKte af tie Ktwaaw, Ots past emu days. Numnvr efwnle Woman Ir4M1. ChrMUitInvVw
Qty sine Ally 1- cot ear youth eaten t 1a7.He ,- Little League BasebaD Team flies slues January I efDM I wU Mil a nsu rage
Tim Lane a Negro gradual at Dr. Ham stare wtorft lad a perfect auasna wan year akin se to U. UmtniII I.ale and a whit ewphant sato
Benedict Ortega has teen gas emphaats.* that to compete a guest of John Herring. foe omer I acme. N nbtr of wmds Friday and Salurday opnftng al
toyed, as Negro JUatottnt BsewDtrectnr. to such a world II tomportaat soon coach and fast n short talk A BOLT Of LJCHWINO k&bd I cows on fh. farm ot Howard Subew In the fcrwduMComnnmrry .... 1M Bus same time a rwan 4;10 e.m. The sale wtfl be held)
arias Accordtog to, lor belays ycxaHiMHilm b tog me aamib>rs of kat ntnmeplissiiri ::: (art Toeedoy cfternoca about 4 o'clock. Juet beIar.1M Jkjhtnlwj struck. totaM II. suratag 1211 to tf. old .woafd Mora arrow

assay'. t.ct Ints II a astlve.f 1 high stoat and =. to worktag WIll lie Saber wan rldizxi don the rood tn Kit leech H. laid the bolt W a aaafl Ntr knocking ras.Ralnfca. ".., ersaareOtflos.
lie c.-.IIare sect0q ape tone toss kaghcr ....... Vpnaatte. y rr ng baA. $q.... Oct n mv down IS oBiaaJi Chad wen Atxkfid ender end around Ik* te*. Inspocflivj die to mt Oanry an for- Mwn ..*... to take
raid k obtaoi lie toehnokigVcal ken ska made ptaae toeOetoDyrnngMae me IM .they donatliM MemodM
puss b lie wi eth aP punt weel syaig.d ; to the
skIs aced Arco.a WaII1 Nees.Iswda know-how to lie modem tockatcal me team and mdxta atlator dead livestock are Wteton (Cobbler) Edwards Jr. oa the ertem nigh and Fat Re seals. ile; Hevans. 110; and Chufrh eduranvma eUknng. en

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t'Ari: \) CADSDEN COCNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1M4 'i : ,
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legislature," he said, "has jai gen I
School Budget eral dictated that house 'be Jr.-Horse Show
one
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determined on other factor- dials leeiissssfsaaaasssarrr
(Continued from Page One) simply that of population that (OmtlnMd tram fag One)

hand of 17,684 the Board pro. the Judiciary was not conceived or Jane, tin. Reining Class-- MORE I FINEFOODS MORE LOWRICES
pntfd to expend for capital outlay: to be an Instrument of political Qierra IDavldlon Sapp, lit, Barbara a
$268,884. Matt Is a branch of govern 2nd; and Johnny Liv !
chosen by the )
people
Th be logs Ird. Pleasuetials -
mlllagt to levied to ralst not answerable to them at anytime d.tery. irks
)- 1st
the county than at school ex- Sapp, ;
a* are we, the member of
Roger Barineau 2nd and Barbara
;
remain the same a*
the legislative and executive
c-yeU: .
Davidson, 4th. Relay Race-
six mllli (or general branches. They are appointedand .
.
school fund or county 1UPIKII't be Bill Blount, lit; Kenneh Powell, tS $'' '
can only removed for
2nd Barbara Davidson, 3rd and
and maintenance fund In ; ;
bribery, other
treason, or high
Charlotte Stoutamlre, 6th.
addition to a 10 mlU District No crime or misdemeanor.
1 maintenance levy. I Run and Lead- Alan Thorpe,
"It Is, I believe, fact of his-
a 3rd; Oicrra VI Sapp, 4th; and
Individual district Interest and tory, supported by a fair reading George Agerton, 6th. Garment .
Inking funds will carry the lame and Interpretation at the Constitution Race- Cherra VI Sapp, lit; "r : ., ----
levies at last year which were that political power in our Charlotte StouUmlre, 2nd and
No. 1 .8 No. 1-A .8 No. 4.A 16 ;
; ; system was designed to be vested George Agerton, 8th. Cloverleaf .
and No. BoA .8. In the people and their elected representatives (11.16Holter Barineau,
Complete detail of each separ. The resolving of .
political 3rd; Bill Blount, 4lh; and Cher
ale part of the school budget are, questions, such as this, are ra VI Sapp, 6th. Favorite Helper
file In Mr. Walker' Office In
on not the province of the
proper Cherra VI Sapp lit Harriett EACH
the CourthouM and are available I .
courts" 2nd, smith ,.
Hill. Jimmy ,
They
will iJ: be public available Inspection at the public I Fuqua Mid that the decisions 4th; JlmmyStrom, 6th; and
of the court should not be allow
George Cth.
Sportsmanship ''
with all supporting
hearing information Walker ed to go unchallenged, that now ( 12- Harriett Hill;
statements and ,
tald. was the time to act. H* urged Sportsmanship (13-16) Cherra 79c MN
that mm legislation come from VI Sapp.
heee hearing which would represent Teresa Hill wa selected as
Rep. Fuqua a meaningful and proper ,Queen; Lynn Smith and HarriettHill
solution to this problem. Princesses; and Larry I
Smith, Prince. Saddle dub President Regular 98cFRESH
(Continued from Page One) Paul Monk awarded themtrophies. -
Miss Yelverion I .
been resolved. Basing both houses 1 All member COOKS CORRAL CAtfOOMSTS-Cartoonists Al Capp (right)
F of state legislatures on population the Association art urged show to scheduled attend and KOtoa Caniff (left), creators of "La Abner and "ServeCanyon" GROUND SMOKEDHamburger
destroys the balance which these (Continued tram fare One) respectively, meet with three other tainted artists
Sunday, 2 In
two house have traditionally 'had, August Perry. at the World'Fair SB New York.TIle girls (L to r.).Tool Ana
a concept which If basic in our Greenland, Iceland, and Newfound Olf SERVICE: Sfanonoelll Hlllbrook. N. Yj Joanna Statue, Miami Shores
system at government u evidenced land. She attended the first grade EQUALITY Ha.j and Lucinda Howard,Clan Flora,Wi*,are the three best SAUSAGE
by our own while In France. Secretary of Defense Robert: ..-... balt..1D the annual Pyrotax Ga Teen-Age Baking
Senate and House oV:1\ Although deaf from birth, San So McNamara ha* told the armed Contest Each girl adjudged top baker at on of the regional
lives, the former being made up dra wa I pupil in regular public force that every commander Grand finals, won a tj.000 scholarship $1,000 worth of fM
of two Senators from each stale, school for seven years before enrolling must "foster equal treatment tot nope (ont of which wa presented to the girt' school, a
and tin latter on population. in the Alabama School for every serviceman and to support .Complete wardrobe and trip to the Mew York World's ratr.
In his testimony before the the Deaf. Among the schools she him in the lawful assertion of the
aommlttFt, FUqua laid, "The Supreme attended are the Joe Bradley right guaranteed" by the Civil $100 79Reg.
Court ha assumed new School in HunlKvllle, and Quincy Rights Act He said this law hada 3 3
and unprecedented power that High School. Miss Yelverion II special meaning to servicemen Ibs. k
run counter to my basic and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. "all of whom have already given Salad and Burgers for Patio Dining
fundamental belief in our Amerl John A. Cooley of Route 2, QuIncy. a peraoral commitment td de
can system." In 1981 she entered the preparatory fend freedom and lu slics" 3 Lbs. $1.39 Re;. 3 Lbs. 99c
The Ninth District Congressman class of Gallaudet College,
told the committee that a I the world only college for the SOUTHERNER AND BIGHTS
plan similar to the federal government eat Although they lost the long battle
should bt followed In An sll-round student, Miss Yel- against the dvll rights bill Southern
llall legislatures, with political verton I* one of the moat popular Senator are doting rank to
units, such a* counties, being noegnbei
coed at the college. During the urge the Southerner to obey the
other factors
along with past two year she was a memberof new law "for u long a* It Uhere.
twdde population in apportioning the Women' Governing Council ." Senator who fought the
of house
the membership one and a reporter for the Buff hardest against the measure have r-
Ot the legislature. recommended I and Blue, the official student asked Dixie to limit It* protests STANDARD Reg. 2 for 29cTOMATOES
Fuqua strongly newspaper. She has also served u to court challenge and to avoid
the that when the people
concept
class secretary, a* Movie Committee all violence.
rt a stat approve of a plan of
and claw

apportionment Which has been secretary to the Joint u Administration representative Consdenct what make easy e 10
by the legislature, such
adopted
of the Student Body Government. money uneasy
approval should be sufficient He !
alluded to tile situation in Colorado
Th best friend
those who
are
and Oklahoma where thepeople Interested In dramatics, she
of host state had approved played the role of Juliet in Shaker seek nothing.
of an apportionment plan by a *ere'i Romeo and Juliet, produced eq GRADE "A" SMALLEGGS NORTHERN WAXTEXPAPER
Too witnesses usual
many
vote d two to one, but under the by the Gallaudet College Theater confuse the eye
in December 1863. With her ly story.;
ruling of the Supreme Court that'
i apportionment would be unconstitutional. .I'co-star Robert Rubin, she appeared ,
In the Balcony Scene from th., A fisherman may use a breamfor
bait with his rod and reel or
He said that the nation is faced tragedy on WMAL-TV television Woman'sWorld pole and line but may DOt use k Among aU the foods especially enjoyable outdoor, few teats
with a most serious problem in' a local proIJ'IIIoMlIII for bait on a trot line, according 10 good and go together to well a* Patio Citrus Salad and Barbecued .
this matter, one which could revolutionli o' Yelverton ha been employed to the Game and fresh Water Burgers. What' more, they are and quick to put
*our system d government this simmer a* a clerkyplst Fish Commission. together,a foot much appreciated by the lilt when the forecast
and leave certain economic Inter- In the Gallaudet Public Reatton tends "sunny and hotThe
eels and area with virtually no Ottlco. She plan to visit Even when the fish are biting, a salad Is a simple arrangement of fruit en lettuce. Two DeL 25'Limit Roll 19
effective voice In the affair of her parents in HuntsvUlt several fisherman cannot list mort than different dressings make Ideal toppings for the salad, and either
their government. weeks before college open In the three pole and line or three rod ens or both may bo offered if desired: a thick, smooth and
"The theory of the bicameral faU. and reel at a time, according to creamy French dressing and a Blue cheese dressing with equally
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the Came and Fresh Water fish tempting cream-like consistency. Unlike thin dressings, these 2 Dozen With $5 Order Be;. 2Sc
Commission. ding to the fruit and lettuce so that; their goodness goes aloof on
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED every forkful of salad. Both come ready to pour and enjoy and
ire packed in 8 and 18-ounct attractive slaw bottle
According to Florida law, boater
CARS are not allowed to use sirens turn For ground the Barbecued beef into patties Burgers! with the a simplest world of Imaginable flavor. The trick trick MUELLER'S

USED PARTS for all makesof or flashing red light on their I II this: add com of th* barbecue sauce to the beef before ship- C
boat unless the craft happen to log and grilling. That way a number of seasoning ingredient
Cars and Truck
be a police or fire boatU. ire added in one step-tomato, sugar, spices to name MACARONI lib.Pkg. .
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE .. AND COTTON |just a few-and the good barbecue Savor: goes all through the > 17.

WE BUY NOTED CARS The Agriculture Department Baker's bun for the forger, a lleveJlI-wtant, perhaps orSPAGHETTI
1422 W. J.ff.rson MAin 7.7115 I hal announced that the Government -and crisp cookie sound out a menu that' U delicious a* it
ha added almost 11,000. I Ie staple.
000,000 worth of cotton to its fcU.C&raSala
storehouse of surplus farm product Kraft Grapefruit Section Bibb lettuce
TWO DAYS ONLY I at the end of July. This will Orange sections Kraft French Dressing l or Re;. 27c Limit 2
bring the Federal investment In Strawberries' Roka Brand Blue Cheese

Aug. 12 13 9 a. m. 9 p. m. I farm enrnmodttlei to almost (I-, Pineapple spears Dressing

GIANT TRUCKLOAD 100,000,000. Arrant fruit on lettuce covered platter. Serve with dressing. $100.00 JACKPOT

SPECIAL PRICES By 1970 enrollment in all Florida Barbecued Burjert
Institution of higher learning 1 IK ground beef Kraft Barbecue Sauce
OUTDOOR ANTIQUE BAZAAR I*expected to reach 218,000. 1 teaspoon salt

Combine meat lilt and Vi cup squat shape In patUet. Brail
at In mo the united Stale doctor-I until brown on both aide, brushing frequently with sauce, Last Week'swi
duced 3,100 recipient of _
THE COACH HOUSE I ate degree In 't mathematics i: '
i and the sciences-
915 Albany Road : 1991 the number bad increased $200.00 WINNER -

(Camilla & Albany Road) to 3,400. Y

Discount to DealersPh. From 1850 to 1MO Florida received KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc.

2464152 Boinbrldge. Ga. Ph. 246-4152 three out of every; 10 ofAmerica'e Lillian
I Increase In U to 31yearolds. -'I CHARLES KINARD Owner i ReddingQUINCY

RemodtlhNj I Addition

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES WHOtfHOOEV IN 1964On I National Outlook I IOrwtll usa I lake pride In the fact that my:mint More of and countless more, new the consume product!

sad aonthwflnfTO The great grandfather crossed the nation buys as he please, --her h.
CHATTAHDOCHIS TR1BUHI in a prairie schooner. He pleases.

Published ee. Ttendj at tl & Uadlsos Btreet By Crane Isgeda took the risk because he bad Nationally, maniifacturrn meet
A /.*" H. raw* New..epe.ESTAMdRED i arth and courage and believedthat the challenge by annual inrreaitp
1001Qulney nit TAX COT AND THE Too Late "God helps thaw who help In advertising budgets. Locally
Florida iCO.NOMIC TROD themselves." The trials and tnb- alert retailer meet It by a*,.
ulaunns he faced were his own.
ilsnlly Increased
-.. nee, O r e. The major sUUsticeJ imbmion To ,* didn't look to Washington for ,vertiiing. newspaper ado
Classify
Doe f..... MM Two '..n. ..MI &Is youth it n ire always watched closer help he had been taught to fight I'
there bat bran 5 special Mtnete 'u a own battles, stand on hit own GROCER KEEPS PROMISE
J. I. HatchlnM PitBruAw i .jr ..... hay feet and meet the future on his
.,.... such Intormauon Hue year aibanvers I London As a Joke, a grocerput
Doi Canvas: __ Al. .sd .:M.... He was an American expanding
try to delect ra* Nees Me*** I m oW. fashioned, but the sphere of his nation's a sign In the window prangs
4 the tax redurttae eascWd M Pi a*.W ....... 'KurtM PovwmpMn I nfluence opening new territory lag free groceries for the Bret
ear February sm. < eneant make aCM (or the welfare and benefit of all lady customer who come In wear.
The Commerce DepaiuaiK ha mar ants thin our tang prod Yea, I know the world has lilt a topics dress. During tin
AT I NAl EDITORIAL tr = u.t released data on she saw* "....* Aid. II'p> I'hanged. Things... different to- rush hour a chemist's daughter
C natkmal product, and tta vettoe* await to M M Jus. anmher arena Jay Men are poverty stricken Miss Catherine Jones, walked In
e c:::: IAS eTltN aomponents. for th esrmnd glee Ml ||MWMI rat time m when to hrough no fault of their own, but bare from the waist up, carrying!
ler of 1W4 Sin the mlurtMfte pour Ike. lavpayrrt Money with !el's help them to help themselves, a shopping basket The grocer
withholding rales weed tare tl .. kk..e (4 Mmpehinc and maintain their self respect and kept his promise. Three-year-old
feet In March the wctsid ejnanrts and revive in their heart MI. Jones got her basket filled
ilKTilty
the first period aa *** we NneAlWe with free goodies for her birthday .
I ran* aAwt It la a was the faith and courage that their
would expect te set fee misortof Tal a Y raM Mi present la a forefathers knew party.

The Cypress DangerThe .the lax change dearly iwenraVd. tvMraJ eat S lUll doeant ring
asqr Ml as air as I am concern
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recent villas to Washington by the premiers ol lain far >nl shots aa taw as I can .tNtr.
Greece and constitute acknowledgement of the But anlrapecboa at lane an'..nwm >r w*> keve been aendinghtbone I
Turkey 'S = ligweleads IG am carious !
r +, yye Iwill. *- Hi dnl ar* evenea' to stop fJLocalkuiint&i
aloof position U. S. diplomacy hat managed to maintain The Increase In the gnis ihe coromiausu and make trieadstcr
throughout the Cyprus dispute. national product ertw fte On1 Amertca. Our State Departmtn I
and second was aubtUfrtial
It b a rob fuOf,as delicate as that of the go-between: -- about quarter 19.7 PIUMB en aa,!or we* ante will M bee we the dent cntd: dare war.atop'
annual rate basis. But the la-.
inn mortal dispute. we aaveat got half aa many
crease between the last quarter(i Ifkwoda la the world today u we
Bilks of this kind are not sensibly undertaken unless
ot 1863 and the Bret quarter 411, I
[had when we started the program SateSThe
the eansegusnoes: of Inaction appear desperate. In the 864 was just about the BUM -I I land aa tar aa our afire sticking By
eased Cyprus &M Is abundant reason to believe they I$9.8 billion dollar The lorreaat with us is concerned, france necessity for continuous
Pay Boost I between the third and faunaquarters BntaiB Canada and a tow others expansion ol advertising In highly
soon will\ be. of 1M was even great I I.dont aw any harm In selling to productive Banana such ss the ,

The ne&mos '.ffort Initiated by the United Nations Considering the pressures exerted by the White er $11,' billion. Cuba, China or Russia. United Sale and Canada Is related Floor
Thus the actual enactment ofhe i Why should they when we are to e rather recent economiccondition. Covering
has fattm nowhere. In requesting authority to continue House and the precedent already stablished by the usual lax rut doe not was to I willing to aril to Russia, Bulgaria .
for another three months Secretary General U. Than ly more-conservative House, Senate approval of the feder. have accelerated the rale of Yugoslavia and a few others and Such !countries enjoy what economists I faMladinaj ranalee

sees "no likelihood of a political settlement in the Immediate al pay raise bill\ was a totally expected developmentThe crease in total economic activity.I maintain the United Nations call: I "buyers market" : Inlaid lUelsuaa nth***.
Looking at the details of the attires whether anybody else helps or not Goods are available in such variety
future. fact that It cleared that body by lets than an it Is also difficult to see the They tell u* that we must ellmlinal and such quantity and from so' Hart askCounter
There is also the imminent danger of reversion tohoolioa. overwhelming majority suggests that quite a fw members direct Impact of the tax cut. poverty because it breeds many outlets that the consumer
had some serious reservations It was expected particularly I I'communism but U you will take can buy a* he pleases. I Top
Recurrent threats about the
The arms buildup on. legislation
goes by Administration spokesmen, that the trouble to check the record Six years ago, Vice President
d snipktons d Invasion have been manipulated to create doubts which, incidentally, we still share.If the primary effect of the releaaa I you will find that the traitor who Richard M. Nixon said:
cm afaBoepber la which peace and war appear in the bill had to be approved at all however, it's of additional purchasing power have sold this country down the .'American' business must recognize Work
heartening to note that one of the would be to stimulate COIIIIImtl'rcbaats. near were not poverty stitches that this Is a buyer's market i
more objectionable
precarious baknae. Actually the tncnaatn individuals but well-to-do, well and act ..ocudtngty."New
Even conceding a certain amount of exaggerationfor features of the House-passed bill was eliminated in the consumer spending between the educateddentists, college pro products, increased advertising AD Typet
Greek and Turkish armed process. That was the feature which would have given Drat and record quarters of 1X4 lessor and top flight executive lower prices can have I
psychological maneuver members of Congress another was somewhat I less than the increase We came out of World War II a dramatic effect on consumer Expert Installation
forces, at weB as their Cypriot subsidiaries are looking automatic raise every time to the previous quarter. the mart powerful nation on earth P
down au* barrels at each other. another boost was authorized for government employe. Our experience\ since enactment and since then have sat back and r'J.J. who have most at :
ot the tax cut is too short and the wailed for our enemies to catch take In the survival of our free
b ie serious enough for NATO partners to be so era figures Just quoted are not precise up. We let Russia sneak In and economy should be betting on its SHEFER.BUTCH
brai.d. But the geographic position of Greece and Tur QUINCY enough, to permit drawing take over Cuba within BO miles growth." | .,
of shore and while said Since Mr, Nixon made the "' i'.n. ..
balance between East linn eonchnlnns st this time. our we /nose
key, at the hinge of the power What this preliminary Information "Naughty, naughty when they statement in 1131 the buyer's, I'QUINCY
and West, compounds the critical nature of their quarrel CALENDAR OF EVENTSA doe suggest Is that the stimulation set up missile hues, -we tailed to market has burgeoned because i

Without freedom of maneuver In the Mediterranean from the tax reduction proceeded follow up with rigid Inspection of automation and the develop-1
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Community Service the
I our Mark security: system would be seriously undercut by lines than anticipated. I I the situation really I I.

Hence the urgency of preventing further degeneration of Codsden County Chamber of Commerce, 827-8511 The expected upsurge In consumer We dciVt have to worry about
demand has not yet materialized the communists starting a shooting
the
I Cyprue dispute. Calendar Is based on Information reported by club at least not in the war. Why should they when
mechanical fashion predicted by they are winning hands down by
I secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding -Administration economics. But gnawing away at us, draining ourresources

I Sound Proposals publication he economy Is thriving and burmess sapping our economy : {
, plans for capital expend-' and waiting for u* to wake up
Wednesday, July 29Navy Recruiter. 10:30: am., Post urea Indicate It will continue to with an empty p kttbook. '
I The Senate Rules Committee stirred up a hornet'snest Office; Joyce, 12 noon. Xittrell'i Restaurant Exchange grow for the rest of the year. We can't eliminate poverty
;
I without eliminating Individual effort DON'T' WALKIEI I
TALKIEI!
on Capitol Hill In the course of the Bobby Baker Inirrigation. -
Club. 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center Aid laomUveeThe faith, courage and the sggreaslve -
8 0 5. record suggests that the spirit that built and made I
It Is unlikely to win many new friends In those same stimulating effect of the tax reduction this nation great. Our forefathers

circles with the proposed remedies for the sort of conflict : Thursday July 30- Canning Center, 8.5; Florida State through Its has Impact operated an business chiefly Incentives I knew, they poverty set their but sights they overcameIt on freedom LET YOUR FINGERSDO

of Merest potentials uncovered In that probe. Employment Service, 9.3. S. Robert St. and business confidence.' and opportunity and overcame ,

, If the recommendations prove unpopular with the Friday, July 31- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon This the conclusion fact that we Is had strengthenedby exceptionally all obstacle to achieve sue- \ THE

i Senate establishment, however, they will doubtless be Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Canning high rates of growth Just he-i I

j I better received by the average citizen who was shocked Center 8 0 5; Air Force Recruiter, 9 0 12 Post lore enactment of the tax cut and
In of It READY TALKING !
and outraged: by the Baker disclosures. Oliice.Monday anticipation MX 4
It may seem that this Is raising
Basic provisions of the committee proposals are: an Irrelevant question U tax
August 3- KlwanU Club, 1 p.m, Jefferson CONCRETE !
reduction the
give economy a
Dlsdasura\ by any Senator or stall member making ,House S American
I ; Canning Center 8. : Legion, John boost, why argue about the procm -
ever 10.000 a year of his or her interest in any private W. Shaw Post 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home; through which this occurs? I II

\ busuteee or cooperation yielding as much as 50 per cent Masonic Lodge Gadsden Chapter No 30, R.A.M., Jut, when the opportunity for future *
tax reduction ar\IIn. we will
of annual salary. Mar-Quln Council: 23, 8 p.m. Masonic Building; want to know how It should be '

Disclosure of any official connection with any first Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., Court Room I divided a* between cuts that give CONCRETE

: doing hislntfff with too government with that Indud Court House. I more purchasing and thorn power that to release consumers I I

lag law practice. Tuesday, August 4- Canning Center, 8 S; Rotary Club more incentive to producers. BLOCK :
of officer of the Senate from
Barring an or employe 1 pm., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meet. WIVES ARE VAUABLE I : "' YELLOW
taking pca11 procurement or distribution of funds. *
lag 8 p.m., Club House; Lions Club, 7 p.m., Kittrel'sRestaurant Miami A Florida University i
Under the proposals, violators would be subject to PAGES,
economics professor testified in
I Oakland
Concrete
I penalties ranging from censure to expulsion. court that a 20-year-old mothers i
Perhaps such regulations don't cover all the posdbulls. Wednesday August 5- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: d.m., Post worth JW.OOO to her husband Products CompanyAllen
Office; Jayceee 12 noon KlttreU's Restaurant; Exchange -'during his lifetime. He based his
of conflict. But they are a big step toward it and estimate on s wiles combined VoaOck end I "
I should be adopted if the Senate want to clear its skirts. Club. 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter average salaries sa s public school John Thomson I jygji Quincy Telephone Co
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Post Office; Canning Center, 82; Marine teacher and domestic servant. The Fl_ MAto T-SOM 1 ;;
Recruiter 9 0 12 noon Post Oliice. extimnny was used In a ncsli-
fence_suit "'-a car-train_mlllainn
Congo FarceAfter Thursday, August 6- Canning Center, 8' 5; Florida State! ---

Employment Service, 9 0 3, S. Robert St I

years of expenditure, United Nations occupation Friday, August 7- Alcoholics Anonymous and AlanonFamily
and turmoil find ourselves In
we engaged a continuing HURRY
Group, 8 St Paul's Parish House Shrine
p.m ;
farce In the Congo. The Irony of all Ironies 1s that
Club, 7:30 p.m., KlttreU's Restaurant; Air Force Recruiter
we> are now looking to Molse Tshombe to bring order
9 0 12 Post Office; Canning Center, 8 3.
\ and stability to the country.

Can anyone have such a short m.mory as to have Monday, August 10 Kiwanls Club, 1 pm, Jefferson

I forgotten that It was this same Tscbombe that we so House: Canning Center 8 0 S; Social Security Representative There's a great buy waitingfor

actively opposed even with U. N. military forces, as a 9:30: a.m, Courtroom. Courthouse

I threat to democracy in the Congo? Tuesday, August U Canning Center 8.5; Rotary Dub '

There were strong protests in the United States, by; 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge 8 p.m., Masonic you at your Chevrolet dealer's

'conservatives and moderates when we failed to give Building: Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers 7:30

,Tschombe a fair hearing In the United States and in the p.m., Club House, Shadow Street
U. N.

It will be recalled that he fried to*come to the U. S. Wednesday, August 12Navy Recruiter 10:30: a.m., Post

to tell his side of the story, and that the super-liberal Office; Jayceee, 12 noon, KlttreU's Restaurant; Ex.

successfully squelched him, and ruling powers In the change Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House: Army Recruiter,
.
Post Office Center 8 5.
; Canning
State Department at that time turned thumb. down on

! him.l
Since Its completion In MM Its against the law to water stdover
In the meantime, we have sent millions into thiCongo three million people have at night says the Game and

kept military forces there, and all the while tailed visited Weeks Wachee and sat 1* Fresh Water flak Commission.

to achieve the stability and results hoped for. feet be low the surlKot of the water May not be wry romantic but CAevrolet Impala Sport Covp.t .

When the whole business is obviously near collapse 10 see the pertarmances of Week it dares help to make night boating
W..a-
Mermaid ,
and failure we turn to the man we broke and chased out a sate sportWorry

of the Congo to salvage what he can. Obviously our The sucker will usually bile on r-woI'ktd''
la _
the moat
policy and our appreciation of events In the Congo hal a chance to giH something tar

been one of muddled Idealistic Impractical thinking. nothing ___ _q _ _______ pa0I- _some_ people_make-up.!! _!

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NATIONAL STANDARD LIFE
'Punks and Morons'Certain

presents tartCksry
civil rights leaders have mttdied Roy WUItlns -

executive secretary of( the NAACP, for calling some P

New York Negro teenagers "punks and mOl'OllA.If I R i O lf,t* S-Door S.dew CorveVr Uonvt CA Cow
jM
Wilkins was specifically referring to Indiscriminate

attacks by gangs of young Negroes on white people riding N O Your Chevrolet one-stop shopping center it the one Look for the fun-lovinf rear-engine Corvilr. IfiChevrolet's

subway train. S L.jt G I place In town where you've rot your pick of up to answer to leaving summer sand winter

The NAACP leader also took the opportunity to admonish U 4 R : IS different ways to be a homecoming hero for the snow and spring mud right in its tracks.

those who tend to blame crimes on anything and rest of this summer-arid for many more after. look for the thrifty, roomy Chevy II. It'. the
per
everything except the criminals. R A Just follow the crowds. You can't miss it ltd alltomobila for drives.

he said should "th. old Check the display window' out for America's No. 1 l.ook for America' only 'MIl sorry
Negroes stop offering same A M ear, Corvett&
law.u
dp; I automobile the 64 Jet-smooth Chevrolet Any car Teat drive the
threadbare excuses to cover unadulterated one that turns most
up pure airrke { you OB
N M this luxurious should have iU price examined. Then start talking price.
Vicious crime. Look for the brand-new
r. young-at-heart. young-in- Its the
Wilkins farthrightnest unusual, and be is to be C I CheveUa-the only that could greatest cure-all for
price car : come between sew car fever is the auto io. m;. 0 7
commended E Chevrolet and Chevy IL Use world.
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James; Fanner, national director of CORE, was one NG
BECAUSE MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS CHEYMIITS
of the leaden criticizing Wllkins. He said he, too,, deplor. MUST BE A BETTER BUT

ed the recent violence in New York but left it important I. L JONES

to "condemn white hoodlums Just as much as we do Negroes.
INVEST IN THE FUTURE
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This 1s correct and Wilkins probably agreee. A punk SERVICE IS OUR STANDARD MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

l.a punk and a hoodlum a hoodlum r.gardlees of race

creed or color. The difference U that whltee have BONadjsnade QUINCY FLORIDA PHONE S&S3S4 23 North Adams Street Florida
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ST. PAUL'S larded group. They can adjust GARDENINGIN- Wooden tuba are excellent of tartarlc acid ,-, ,,, .c """ I ON Ito th.., DEFICIT -
well to their environment and develop ,since wood prevents rapid drying tional significance
I R LrdrGdsden;; ; skills which enable them to out of the soil JanHnlen usually The grape i* a delightful table' President Johnson Is expected
For Children satisfac- FLORIDA lack drainage holes, which may decoration, a useful addition to to announce that the budget deficit
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get and hold good Job cause a watering problem. Gay the fruit salad or fruit gelatin a for the recently completed bookkeeping

tartly Many live independently By Hrrvey Sliarpe Editor poll are fine and ran be paintedto fine dessert all by Itself and, ofcourse year will be significantly\
In the put the from their families.In blend with the color in thepatio. the basis of many excel- lower than anticipated, it was
larded Individual wu considered ( the moderately retarded rtortda Agricultural lent wines, learned. Evidence I* mounting
a problem not became o( his defect difficulty Extrackw tervloe Bras and copper are Ideal for that the deficit will be lower than
group there Is even greater table and mantle arrangements, the $8,800.000,000 forecast recently
but
the became hit pretence In with the reading and arithmetic Foliage plants are like people- but these containers are usually BIBLE VERSE .
problems community which prevented facial skills. Children in the uppeextreme ,they, too, need a bath. small so pay careful attention to _
were not acceptable sometimes Plant won't tolerate a dallyscrubdown toe about the hotthey're
of this group are water and fertiliser. good thing
to the majority of Ita memben. "And he burled him I I. a alley
The retarded person, being limited to third and fourth but take on a healthy Soil I II very Important for holes I I la the land el Moab, ever againsteethpeort getting shorter
r grade reading ability, while those luster with an occasional leaf plants. Since they must survive lllat.. snmvflt
trapped and affected by hli social lose
'Anole seldom get washing, Dirty foliage I II what
isolation, became an even greater .1 in the tower extreme on a very small amount, give (4 hli sepulchre ml lisle day." ,
problem. beyond the reading of simple tractive especially In an other them the best soil mixture avail I. To whom doe dally.ELECTRICAL
words street signs and the like wine spotless Florida roan thli'f'I'If'1 I
able. There la no beat mixture. refer
With more public education In The same kind of achievement U the leaves are heavy with for
mental retardation and the resulting can be expected In arithmetic. grime, use soapy water, a soft However homeowners a longtime I II favorite a mixture 1. Where 1* It found in the II
understanding came the Speech difficulties will be found cloth and a gentle touch. Rubbing many Bible
of two parts peat and one part }. Who the MflaMtesT SERVICE
realization that, like normal children In all at the children of this group, too hard will Injury. were
loam soil.
mentally retarded childrenare t with articulation being the oresCernrn1011. Slightly dues foliage will garden 4. Was the land of Moab apart
not "all alike." Each child + ** If you are hunting for plants ot the 'promised Is/idT"
a ry sparkle If polished with a flannel
and will
that take little rare from wiring -
Anything
Is different from other
any men- cloth. Plant available
polishes are
1.r'awV There Is difficulty with muscular withstand much abuse consider
tally retarded child: his personality coordination, but with training at the garden supply store But such plant a* Bromellads Dracaena Amwwv To Bible Yen a home to replacing
is different; his mental capacity before I. Moan,
a become you use them be sure to
can bulb
program many Monsters Pr-peromla\ or a light
is different; his life history read the directions. I. Dl'ull'mnom14:(.
to social
semi-.killed. Some conform Sansevlerta. These plants Ain'tseem
and accompanying environment The I. Descendants ot Moab the
and skillfully proper watering of plants ,
customs usage to mind low light Intensity
are different, making his activities Is more important than giving son of Lot
and In Ike
participate group warm dry rooms.
degree of acceptance in the community without a great deal of difficulty, them a bath. Too big a drink or or Plants that will grow In full 4. No.IAMlR. Shepardat
different each reacts indifferent
; none at all asiells disaster Ingeneral
Others are totally lost in social sunlight Include Codiaeum Dra
a way to his environment situations finding It difficult to most house plants re l'IIl'I"C'II" Philodendron selloum AND RIGHTS
; each has different needs quire thOl'Oll The American Federation ofLaborCongress
activities a soaking once a
take part In group and Sarwevierla. Plants that will
any
which must be met with a dif week.Don't. ot Industrial Or-
With l the right training pro tolerate dry soil are Bromeliads SHELFER.BLITCHFURNITURE
ferent program designed to fit II'anand the light treatment use cold water u it shocks Pandamis. Peperomla, SansevterI ganttattona plan to put the full
his particular needs. The most many ran hold a variety of responsible the plant. A small dash of waterfrequent1y and Sdndapsu. weight of It* 131 million members CO.
important_ single characteristicINSECTICIDES .ra ,+i, Jobs satisfactorily. Others makes the plant mis behind the new Civil Right MAIa Mill
; ; can only learn with difficulty erable. Often the soil. in the bottom Law In a campaign of "massive Res. ISI-I4J1
ONE OF THE STUDENTS Paul's School hit HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS "
taking to take care of body needs ft the container becomes compliance. The campaign may I Warehouse Ph. MAI Ml00

I turn at the bat. Pictur. courtesy. _QuIncy.. Stat. Bank to be neat, orderly with a well dry,, causing the plant to wilt or. Include strikes against employemwho ,
groomed appearance and some die Keeping the plant roots soggy dtucrlmlrmte.

SOIL FUMIGANTS used to describe the mental retardate I to participate In the first grade of the domestic skills. These Utter I with water will kill mem.

is summed up in the word program, and may even have to children learn one thing at a Most foliage plants grow well at By Msrjnrhi !!. Gregory, MONTICELLO
WEED KILLERS temperature between (0 and 70
"different" repeat the grade. Several grades time through constant practice
I may be repeated before reaching Children In the mildly retarded degree Therefore, In summer HIHIM Dpntmwtrnttiw Agent
The greatest number of children the high-school grades where the and moderately retarded groups protect the plants from being PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL I and adults who are only person usually drops out of school who have had the advantage of broiled alive by sun ray*. In winter (Tta In notes mail Farts.
mildly retarded are often not regarded ] to find employment. special class training are able to don't rout the plant roots by and rallaeira) Muntlcrilo.. Qulncy and Madlmi, FloiMa
as mentally retarded even function at a higher level and placing the container on a radia
The "slow" learner has general
though they do have some difficulties difficulty In comprehension with a greater degree of skill than tor.Plants GRtrK DIETThe STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAt
generalizing because of Its romantic
In making adequate adjustments the retarded who have not are also like people In grape
to the demands of life. symbolizing:, association, can had this special class guidance. that' they their food servedat amodathm with song, the close of hinlnxM June 30, 1114AWETS
Judgment, comparison, and In rtlkluail"ltion legend, and history Is readily
story
These Individuals are often re- Intervals. The best
Sales & ServiceInc. Most of the children In the moderately
of thought. In ,
fluidity particular accepted by the uncritical\ asa
"below .
ferred to as "slow, u is experienced in reading retarded group do not attend on feeding plants Is to
difficulty valuable dietary constituent tar
average or sometimes sarcastically school unless special dam's follow the directions on the con
u "not hiving all their comprehension and arithmetic are provided for them. tainer. Use a complete fertiliser beyond Its true worth. In Ita time Loans and Interest _-- $2.001,051
marbles." The fact remains that reasoning.: These individuals In been in tablet or powder form. the disguised a* a raisin, Less: Reserve .._"_ _._. 85,031 1.42,021
life can read reasonably I The severely retarded have has served as a popular but large ... ...._._ 11,801
they do team the academic skillsat tat If there are no direction on Cash In Banks .....
Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 well about the sixth or seventh described as mow who require ty Ineffective means of supplying
slower pace ,than the averageperson. the container mix one teaspoonf Storks Federal\ Intermrdlate
grade level such things as simple some type of continued custodial a complete garden fertiliser In Iron. Grape Juice hAl been exploited Credit Bank ._ M.J4:
QUINCY. FLORIDA books newspapers, and the like. care. These are unable to take of reducing on
a* a mean
I This when school age tsreached one quart of water. Apply this U. S. Govemmmt Binds and
person become highly proficient of of their needs. They
They may care any slender basis ot tact namely .
strength solution wtrtwo to four a very ; ..._ 311,19.Equipment
Is usually not quite I Other Bonds Plus Interest
I In many basic computational are most often found with many that rail must be
weeks. 1,111
I ready_mentally and emotionally and In with and ab artsu1n at Depredated Value
skills spelling handicaps gross physical the body the
presence
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much practice. normalities. Experiment Station researcher While IInIl perfectly true, I It does Other Asset
I II In muscular coordination and The child with Inferior Intellectual give these tips diagnosing not Justify the exploitation of IUSO,4GhUUtUnU
In getting: along with people so- capacities Is no more like all plant troubles.. Drown tips or grape Juice as a mean of redwing.
daily they do almost! as well as 'other mentally retarded children burned margins to leave mean and CAriTAL
the average individual. They are than the child with blindness Is too much fertiliser you've let The food value In the grape 1*
capable of getting and holding Industrial like all other blind children Blind the plant roots dry out or you've largely In the sugar which tt eonUlna. Notes Payable federal
Jobs which demand a children may share the same fa let the plant become wind-burned, One small bunch of Intermediate Credit Bank _, 1.,121,014
high degree of skill and a considerable Mlles but each child will receive : Yellowing and dropping of grape supplies 99 calories and ascant Provision for Federal Income Tax un

amount of responsibility. different treatment for a .leave Indicates soil or gas fume, halt cup of the Juice, 100 Dividends Payable .. ...- ,. .. .. 1,411
different degree of blindness resulting over-watering, poor drainage or calorie Of ::1a:10 grapes Patronage Refunds Payable _,_ 102
I Children In the mildly retarded from a different cause. A poor soil aeration. Small leaves such as the grapes Other Debts ...._., 1.082
range and In the moderately retarded different procedure will be used suggest tight or heavy soil mixture supply tt calories. low I easy It Capital Stack ____._ Itll45
627-6655 range, will have progressively by different spectsUsts! which will lack of fertilizer or not would be to add several hundredinneeded Surplus and Unapplied Earning mno
more difficulty In all areas'' produce different degrees of ,enough moisture calorie to the diet If
of performance as the degree of profl1'l'llln the disease and In the Weak growth or light II'IPItoI.. one believed\ In grape Juice as amew $3,110,440Osnpletely
mental deficiency Increases. There ability of the child to adjust to or on otherwise healthy foliage of reducing. The vitamin
e e I will be greater difficulty In the the people and objects of nil environment perhaps Indicates too much light and mineral value In the grape Farmer Owned and Operated. Serving Jefferson,

academic skills, In particular The mentally retarded lark of fertiliser, control or poor are very light indeed ft* content Gadsden, Madison, Leon Taylor WakuU. Liberty and
PACKAGE POLICIES again with reading and arithmetic. should be regarded by the community root systems. Yellowing, wilting,' ATHLKTE'i FOOT franklin Counties.Officer .
Some of the children In the : In the sum manner. Each or soft growth mean too much HOW TO TREAT IT -
i group may progress no further should be given every possible opportunity heat or root Injury. apple .<*... ...-..L IM.M. Peel slid Dtrortors
Room 103 14 West Washington St.NoFman than fourth or fifth grade readIng to develop to his fullestpotential. Small leave and long Internodes 11 l.k. kl .. ....... .....,...
....,.. !. .U.tMIn I '.ro. 1. H"II lu""t If al.npsea I a "Ialll
ability. Like the "Ilow"IIf.mer. are signs' that the plants are .. "anll .. .
,.,... l.f en t ed .kl. Irack S'r.sle.ne Vi.. ade TesasAlrioivi
however they are able Next week's article will discuss growing with too little light or the walk ........r Mil. f*.l..* ... ., 'If. Je.C .
McMillan R. K. Show to do well, usually, In computational the types of mentally retarded temperature la too high for the a. .!....* i* pace Mom .r, 'If, .a r,Ir aloi.r DIreseell.i
I skills and spelling I If there children enrolled In St. Paul's plant. I ,..r 4*. k.rk. I M ..Itatpll*. Bln4

has been constant repetition. School for Retarded Children and If you are Just starting a houseplant <.ee.hl.a_ .T-4-L. for ntMlf MOT POWIIBHti Iwtt Seas Ast..I....Ktsse.T'.... Mlldea4.... Whnlt.rl T'.... JMianU Il.pr..slalive O.
I There Is usually good muscularcoordination some of the progress that has been project her are some suggestions ..... TODAY as -
among the mildly re- made by certain ones. en containers. r. r. MAY VRUO t JO.

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1946 STATEMENT OF CONDITION 1964






FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF






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n,;, ....{ .: First Mortgage Loan $5.568.56306
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1 tf '. a. Horn Improvement Loans 83.847.18
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Loan on Savings Account __ 101,297.64 ,j;).

OFFICERS .'. '. I"add U. S, Government SecuriUe 435,95338

VV e.l Adrian C. Fletcher
VV V Federal Horn Loan Bank Stock: 9000000

i'J.. B. Hlgdon President Cash In Banks and on Hand L 497,43369 R. J. Gardner


M. W. Miller, Vice President ,1 A Office Building and Equipment (net) 19U2US. 7. B. Hlgdon "

:.: Real Dial Owned 23,843.73 L
E. W. Scarborough Vice President ; : :: '
Other Assets 200)38 Fred L May -
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C. L. Owenby, Secreta=yTreasurer ;: $7,025,03917 f- M. t W. Miller .

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Daniel W. Miller, Asit. Secy'TreasurerV" : LIABILITIES C. L. Owenby


Rae T. Adams, Comptroller Soring Account >$6,529,177.31.{ ,_.. E. W. Scarborough J

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I .; ::, Loan IA Proem 31.024.31 Vr ;
R. J. Gardner, .Counsel A I'... ,' C. W Thomas Jr.
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Klcmlngfon\ Ky., having first attended Dr. and Mn. Dais Sechler and Last Rites Helc
the Southeastern Jurisdiction children left recently for a visit!
School of Missions at LakJunaluska e, with hit mother Mn. Edith Seoti
PAGE N. C let in Pleasant Hope, Mo. and For Mrs. Conrc

I Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. McCall with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Mike .
have returned from a visit I In Sreman hi Elsberry Mo. Funeral services were i e
Tampa with relatives Mrs. Harry Wood of Jacksonville ducted for Mn. P. W. Conrad,
Parsons herring Itsms o( social nature crs urged to call Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curable visiting her sister, Mrs. of Qulncy at 11 ;o'clock Tues,,

MM May Richardson at MAln 78503Women's and children: will leave on the W. A. McDesrmld. morning In the Shelter Memor
I first for a vacation at Moatrea, Otho Edwsrds, who Is recuperating Chapel of the Centenary Men
N. C from an automobile accident diet Church with the Rev Cur
fps
,qy s, t Mrs Thomas Smith, Mrs. bad u recent guests, his Bonlll'r offIciating Interment,
Maurice Owens and Mn. H. E. son In law and daughter, Mr. and In Eastern Cemetery.Mrs. .
Group Johnson ReunionIs Harper-Adams I Morgan have returned from a Mrs. Elliott Whitehunt Jr. ofWUUston Conrad, who wu ban

a.p trip to New York Qt). Jack Mamlgan and Dan Ashford Ala' moved to Qulnn .
Chairmen Attend, Held SaturdayThe The announcement Is made of Mrs. Fisher Williams and McOoud. Tallahassee Mr. and loot She wu a housewife s"
the marriage of Sandra Kaye I daughter Mn. Ben Franklin and Mrs. Carl Stauffeur, Tallahassee\ a member of the Centenary M
Monday MeetingThe lovely home of Mr. and Mm Harper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. children of Orlando an vacationing Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hugglns\ Orlando odlst Church. Mn. Conrad pea
W, B. Johnson of Chaltahoochee James T Horton of Quincy, and at the Panama City Beach Mr. and Mn. Perry Gam, ed away at 3 o'clock Monfa
the late Mr. John H. Harper, to cottage of the former. CoL Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin morning In the Gadsden Count
program chairmen of the wu the setting for the Philip M. Joseph Mckelson Adams son of Franklin and Mr. Williams are Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Hospital.
Women of the First Presbyterian Johnson reunion Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Omer L. Adams tl Joining them while then. Roy Johnson, California and Mrs Survivors Include three daUM1;

Church for the new church year Johnson was married to Mt. Pleasant Mrs. Henry Faulk returned Fret P. W. Johnson, Chattahoochee. I en, Mn. Ruth Reynolds, Ails
%hk* begins In October, met at. Katie Fletcher of Greensboro on The marriage was solemnized day from a Mrs.yAim.. in Tallahassee Mrs. Edgar Baruett has returned Erin Conrad and Miss Mable
the home of the tnnmting president November 10, 112 and they have Tuesday, July 21 In QuIncy at the t' with Wells. from a two weeks trip to New end, all of Quincy one sister, Mi?,
Mrs. Fount May, Jr. Mon- lived In the Sycamore Community. home of the bride's sister, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Brlnkley York Qty, Washington D. C and S. P. Rogers, Bascom; 3 grandchildren .
day afternoon. Mrs May opened The couple) had nine children Louis Summerford. The bride Is a spent the weekend In Jacksonville Virginia. and S great grandchlldren. -
the meeting with prayer. seven of whom are living and were 1964 graduate of: QuIncy High u guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Mrs. H. C Munroe Is spending .
Mrs. Bob Davidson, outgoing present with their families at the School. Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde this week in Jacksonville attending Serving as pallbearers were J.
president, who attended Symxlieal reunion. Mr. Adams was graduated from Edwards. a welfare meeting. Love Hutchtnson, Ralph Sanford
Training School at Ormond Beach, The children and their families Qulncy High School In He ''J, The Edwin Embrys an va Mn. Joe Barker and daughterare 'Bud Sanford, Gene Williams, A. Q,
this summer, explained the Revised attending were: Mr. and Mrs attended the University :rand cartoning at till beach. visiting relatives In Pensa 'I Johnson and J. E. Vause Jr
Plan, Organization and Ray Johnson and Only and Judy Gulf Coast Junior College. He 4 I; cola. The J. a Adams Funeral Horn
Women of the fr, *_ Mrs. J. R. Lulls and daughter
Program of the Mrs. R. D. Woodward Sr. Is In In of
and Mn II was charge arrangements.
of Stanton Calif. Mr. presently employed at Stewart- .
Paula Tuesday in MarIanna.
spent
Church. I Marvin Johnson and Cathy and fourg. !. ,: h Mrs. Sam Hlgdon spent several Montreal N. C this week with
who Mrs. R. D. Woodward Jr. and
Program leaders present David of Fresno Calif; Mr. andMI'I. The couple will reside at 122 >"'; '; "" > days this week with friends In
tilan to attend till meeting at Ted Hugglns and Terry W. Washington Street after August r / Dothan. family. ;4
Panama City Beach the latter Michael and Laud of Orlando; Mr.. 1. _J ", '1"> Mrs. W Thomas of Alex- Miss Paula Lull. spent the
- weekend Miss Eve Ervln
receive I with
part of September and and Mrs. W. B. Johnaon, Chatty andrla. MAKE
more Information on the new hoochee Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Byrd and parents Supreme Court Jus- /
; Walter Hetherwick and children
Mrs. Don May, Mrs.Guy Hospital Report tics and Mrs. Richard Ervln in
work wen Lemleux of Greensboro and Ron ,
Louise, Walter, John Dent and
Race, Mrs. Lenler Richard- aid Umieux and family of Quin- Tommy of Plnevllle\ La. will Tallahusee. Miss ErvIn entertained ltWMWt,_
Mr. and Sat.
Owens and Mrs. G. M. with a dinner party
Mrs. Douglas Are
con cy: and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Gene Admissions July 11 2T Byrd leave today after spending several
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Mrs. Fount May Jr. and Perry Will. Earnest and days with Miss Sara May Love. urday evening LAST ALL YEAR LONG
During the afternoon Mrs May Philip of Jacksonville. I Mrs. tlllle Conrad Miss MaryFI'IIICeI Honored On Miss Martha Lots Smith of Pen Mn. Scott Kelly and childrenol
all
50th Wedding Date Lakeland are spending this Capture it in SnapshotiIttttrtntotic
served coffee and moles.Tuesday I During the day other relativesand Cress, Henry W. Fair sacoia will arrive on the first of week with her parents, Mr. and
friends stopped by for visits. cloth, Mrs Minnie Buck. Shirley the month for a short visit en Mrs. Louis May and with Mrs. ..,\ Iftlfl.
Club Meets Brandon, Bobby Shiver, Mrs. Nan Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Byrd were route to Miami. From then she James and other relatives. I.... If!
Kelly
Club Meets Alford, Charles Watson, Mrs. He) honored with a delightful party will go to Gainesville, North Care
With Mrs. R. L, MasseyMrs. Tuesday Senator Kelly spent the weekend.
en A. Craig Hubert W. Jones, Sunday, July llth, the occasion Episcopal lina. ,
With Mrs. Byron Suber Mrs. Jessie Florence Brlnson, being their! 80th had Mn. George W. Munroe has returned r l:" :;
R. l. Massey entertained Mrs. Christine wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haln al from a visit In Selma Ala., s4 j\
Mrs. Evelyn Ryala, ,
bridge Host and hostesses wen Church recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Edgar -
afternoon Notes .
her Tuesday with relatives.Service
Suber entertained Kohnke Miss Tammy Weeks, Mrs.
,
club at her home. Colorful flowers uTher.n their children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob UnU and children Debbie
focal Preceding morning duplicatebridge Ruth Clark, Clayton Edward Han- Buttress Mrs. Andrew Ned., Mr. and Douglas of Dearborn, lllddAmong
were as she points.served club at her home In Gret- nay;Mrs Jessie Shaw Bates, DavId > and Mrs. R. L. Byrd, Mr. and from HI. rani's gan. OfficerTo
the game a I na. Beautiful dahlias and roses Wall, Council Yates, Mrs. Net Q. M. Byrd Jr. I those attending the High-

dessert tram her garden were at petals of tie Avtrett, ell of QuIncy. Scene of the party was the homeof This is the last you will seeof tower-Hunter wedding In Bainbridge Visit County .
Winners of high and \low received Interest. Sandwiches, dips cake, this column until
Mn Rita Paulette Morgan, the honor***. A gold and white September Sunday wen Mr. and Mn
novelties. coffee and Coca Cola were served. Mn. Mary M. Shaw, TaUihaases theme was used In the decorations. ss the writer goes on vacation. E. G. Williams and daughter Veterans of
Cadaden
Mrs. Hal Davis and Mrs Don Prizes were double decks of cards. Buddy Thompson, Peter Centering the refreshment through the month of August Marilyn. who need County

Elsenhart were-.(Nests at_the- club. Winners were Mrs. Henry Web.' Whiddxt. Mia Deborah Joyner table was the throe tiered cake For the month during which the C R. Shaw, Jr. spent the weekend benefits under assistance the GI In Bill obtaining .
berg, Jr. and Mrs. Tod Bell (a Mrs. Frances FalrHoth and Mrs. decorated with yellow rose buds Rector will be away Sunday servIces In Montreal N. C with his receive guidance from Jim may KODAKe
guest, first and a tie for second Audrey Rowan, Chattahoochee; spaced at Intervals on the whit I will be provided by the fol family who Is vacationing then Assistant State Service Officer Want,
Insurance Center and third between Mrs. Maurice Mrs. Bemldene Organ, Mayhew Icing and embossed with "90" on lowing: August 2- S sm. and Mary Louise Lester, Betty Ann hue Florida Department of Veterans of 100
I Owens and Mrs E. C Love and Rowan and Mrs Cora Oars top. The rake was encircled withyellow 10 a.m. The Rev. Edward B. King; Shelfer, Mary Martha Massey Affairs.

1121 West Jefferson 'rfrs. Lee R. Munroe and Mrs. Ooodson Greensboro; James flowers. On one end of the August e- 8 s,m. and 10 s.m. Kaye Sanford, Martha May, Weant will visit this area next Outfit
,Jack Richardson.Mrs. Franklin Mows, Jr., Dormle D. able wu the punch bowl from The Rev Edward B. King; Au- Christie and Judy Smith and Temple week for the of
I Chess Budd Tttlow of Jonet diaries Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. which a grand daughter, Patricia gust II- B a,m., The Rev. Jack Rude spent the weekend at veterans or their purpose dependents helping In I ftJt4n110tlJing ,
PAT THOMAS :Chrlstlanburg. Va., was an out Nellie Spooner, Miss Dianne Don Neel poured. Watson 10 am, Layreaden, the Sheller Mexico Beach cot filing claims Compensation amazingly low price!
of town guest aldson, Havana: Mn. Sarah Stout-1 The cake was cut by a daughter August 28- I a.m., The Rev. tage. Mn. Fount May and Mn Benefits or solving their Insur-
INSURANCE. INC. amine, Mrt Joyce Brown, Hoe- and served by a granddaughter Jack Wataon 10 am. Layread- Carl Rude accompanied them. once oroblems. This free Service teed'Initanriy.,.sulomaKcally!
I Mrs. Williams Hostess ford; Mrs. Ella M. Martin Bainbridge -. and two great nIe Ga.; Wayne Gibson, Jr, morning services with D. Woodbery an visiting their veterans under the GI Bill inert eerily than ever lull drop
and Vocational
At Family Dinner Grand Ridge; Mn. Ida J. Carroll, The couple's daughters bosesses. tion of Wednesday, Augustwhen :brother, Paul Gossett and wife in 1 Training Subsistence, In the Kerfope Him cartridge_
law floor or
I 1 Goo; Mrs. Eva Huston, 8..1 daughters. in were the Rector will celebrate at South Carolina. other problems. (tie ca",.,. h Instantly' boded
Mrs Pierce Williams entertained -tow. Oklahoma; Mrs. Julia Calla- 10 a.m. The Banns of Marriage I Mr. and Mrs. F. Sloan Baker hisWeary No dial to Ml, ne
I II ares fecuimg.
with a family dinner Tuesdayat I way Alton and Mn. Juanita, Mrs. Byrd wore a beautiful blue an herewith published for and family an visiting relatives viccontacted at the Take color slides
I her home. Relatives who were I Copeland, Bristol.BIRTHS dotted Aril wand her cor- the 2nd time between Miss Jane .In Bnckenbridge and Dallas, Tea4. following places\ at the time and Mack-end.whltt end color si well 01,
here for the wedding of the hos- sue was of white carnationswith Rae Eisaman and Mr. Allan Mc- i. on the date wwpi
One Stop Means -' niece, Miss Mary Christine : Mr. and Mn. Roy gold ribbon. Iver Bosttck, Jr. The marriage Mrs. Ksthaleen Chllds of Pane Courthouse, 1.00 specified, August:14 Quincy Chat, Kill-In nosh holder keeps yowt .
rflghtower and Kenneth Hunter Morgan, girl July 21; Mr. and 'JbIrIYIIINtJ, members of Is to be solemnized and blessed In .cea visited the F. B. Whittles Fri ahoocnei, Post Office, August; I for Indoor pktvrei.Complete .
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Complete Service an event of Sunday In Balnbrldge, Mn. Eddie t Organ girl July the family I enjoyed this nice par St. Paul's Church August 12, ,day. Mrs. Whittle, Mrs. Colds 1:30.:
were guests 22: Kr. and Mrs. David F. Stout- ty. was the recipient 1884. Clayton Hanney had a and Mrs Gladys Watson spent Outfit $17.95
DIAL 627.7151 Mixed summer flowers were at entire boy July 24; Mr. and Mrs. ol many l lovely! and useful gifts. near wine this last week when Saturday and Sunday at Panacea. In Florida It's against the law
,Interest points. Wm. D Shaw, boy, July 24; Mr. he fell through a plate glass window Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gilbert have to have a rattlesnaka for a pet, CROUCH'SREXALL
QUINCY I The family group enjoyed a and Mn Uo Ryals gist July 24; Mrs. James AumanIs at his place of employmentFortunately .had U guests her nephew Dick unless you have a IPtCIaIIrellll
day of reminiscing.: : Mr. and Mn. Albert Kohnke, boy, his Injuries j wen fairly ;Hamilton of Newport News, Va. tram the Game and Fresh Water
July 24; Mr. and Mn. James Hostess At BridgeMrs. superficial. TbII..Is one place His parents. the Rev. and Mrs. Fish Commission. To exhibit any DRUGS
25. when his training as a footbllllpley.r :Jack Hamilton and children Joined
CUrt girl.Senator. July I poisonous! reptile requires! a
James Auman bos- spe-
FAMOUS was came In handy as he him the first part of this week Sal license QUINCY FLORIDA
plus a 1,000
and Mri. Kelly teas to her Wednesday afternoon !managed to protect himself very and an visiting the Gilberts mod. surety
Iroquois bridge club. Mixed summer flower well against serious Injury. I Mr. and Mrs. Mort Lulls of --- -
caeyti CHINA: i Are Entertained Here were effectively arranged In The Rector received another long New Philadelphia, OhIo who vis-
the party rooms. Preceding the and newsy letter from the Stick- ted his brother J. R. Lull and TIME TO WE HAVE .
Senator and Mn. Scott Kelly game she served a dessert neys In India. As It deals mainly family here spent Sunday in Bainbridge e Devoe Paints -4
of Lakeland were entertained Mrs. James Williams, a guest with the political, social andecamrnie with reladvea. .
Plumbing FixturesComplete
with open house Saturday even wu high score winner. situation in that country Mr. and Mrs. Fennel May. and .
log from six until eight o'clockat ; anyone who Is Interested Is family and her mother Mrs. Catherine Line el.
the home of his brother In law I Havana Bridge ClubIn welcome to come by the office Wlmberly of Bainbridge have Building HsterlsliAltos
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold and read It. There will be no been vacationing! at Emerald J Aluminum Rooflni
Galvanised
biding
k
Roofing
MeetMrs.
Bevts. Mixed flowers Wednesday
summer breakfasts served after the S a.m. CrestMr. Housewsres
:wen at Interest points throughout services during the month of August and Mn. R. L. Massey and fc Gifts
the attractive borne. E. H. Routon and Mrs.Marvin It was a pleasure this Mr. and Mn. John DaM of Tallahassee Carry Asphalt RoofingGold
Miller of Havana Bond Sheetrerk
Many friends called to greet entertained last Sunday to have had with us have returned from New and
their Havana REMODEL Gypsum Products
I the couple during the appointed Bridge Cub at I sm. the Very Rev Robert York when they attended the .
luncheon Sporting Goods ft Firm Supplies
houre.I lake :rqutIJta: at the Ray Perks and wife and the Rev World's Fair. BUILD Plus Hundreds of Other Ilemi
of the former T. R Smith. There will be Munroe, Jr, daught
I Bridge Club Meets points. Fruit of Interestt.Following and greenery were at no Healing Services at St. Pistils .erMm.n and son and daughter in BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
I Church during the month of August law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Munroeof
With Mrs. ShellerI lunch the guests enjoyed During the Rector's Tallahassee and son in law and 11 NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY
I several progressions of absence the Rev. Jack Watson of I daughter: Mr. and Mn. Wilson
Marcus !Shelter entertained irldge. Winner of high score was St. Mark's. Chatlahoochee, can Hinson spent the weekend at I
her bridge club Wednesday afternoon awarded a double deck of cards he called on for emergency priest- rlcxlco Beach.
Colorful summer flow- holder of low and bingo received Iy or pastoral services and matters Tom Arnold Duncan and Mary famous fashion creator
en wen at Interest points. jars of candy. of buslnens with the Senior Margaret Duncan spent the weekend -

Mrs. Carl Rude a guest, wu Mrs. Chess Budd Tlllow ofChristlanburg Warden Mr. Ben Bonttck. The' at Mexico Beach with relatives.
I high score winner. Va. who Is visitng next regular meeting of the Vestry R1MORT.
I Snacks wen served during the her mother, Mrs. Douglass will be held on September 8. Mrs. W. _!. Massey has been i M
BRIDAL WHITEELEGANTLY game, as Is the custom of this Brooks was an out of town guest Immediately upon his return visiting in Murray. Ky. with nor
--- rom vacation the Rector will ben grand daughter and husband, Mr.
touch with present and pros- and Mrs. Idus Spooner.
Mrs. Shelton BridgesIs Birthday SupperFrank
PURE BEAUTIFULIn icctive members of the Sunday Mrs. Clinton Darling and children

Wednesday Hostess Whittle and daughter Church School staff. As of this of Baltimore who have been :
Solitary Splendoror Mrs. Joe Chener entertained witha time, September 6 Is the probable visiting her brother Jeff Davis and says
Combined with Patterns. Mn Shelton Bridges enter' surprise supper party Friday Rally and ReglatnMfln Day and family in Homestead returned
tamed her bridge club yesterday night In honor of Mrs. Whittle at September 13 the first day for hen Monday for another visit with "our fashions
Cook Bake 'n Serve True China. So Durable afternoon St her home. Prared- his home. The ocraxlon was the regular Church School classes.jPerJonas her mother Mrs. Amos Davis.
ing the game she served a des Miss Connie Munroe left Saturday .
It's tonorees
Replaced FREE if It birthday. Colorful summer -
Chips'or Breaks. sert. Seasonal flowers wen at by plane fur New York
flowers
were at points of
Interest palnlloWIIIIII'I'I Interest aty when she wu met by her thrive on
GUARANTEED THREE FULL YEARS of high and low scores grandmother Mn. Arthur Conyi
received personal articles. Following supper the 18 guests ho has been visiting relatives In
enjoyed an evening of carversaton I II jonnectkut. From New York Is. Sanitonedrycleaning"

Tally Club Meets and dancing I they have gone on a hip to Montreal
111. of. 1 Uoi Jw/ Mrs. Whittle was the recipientof Mrs. Leroy Bledsoe and daughter .
With Mrs. FUel many pretty and useful gilt.. Frances of Cullman, Ala., anvUltlne Mrs. Emily Quarterman had as ;
I her parents, Mr. and Mrt' k
recent guests her sister and husband
107 East Jefferson St. Mn Arthur FUel was hostessto J. W Woodward. I r h i ii
QuIncy, Fla. the Tally Bridge dub Wednesday Card of ThanksWe I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Adams
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Fred of Boston, Ga. and her brotherR. rM
afternoon. Mixed summer would like to thank our lodges and Mrs. Alvah Bryant, U Livingston and Miss Rossis
I flowen wen at points of interest rlends and the organisations who' accompanied a group of young' Mathe1l. of Balnbridgs. MR. MOST has

aerved.Mrs.Preceding. the game a dessert was made H possible for our daughter people to Montreal. N. C to attend Jeanne Flxel spent several daysat 'F- uncovered ore of our
Barbara, to be the World Mission Confer Mexico Beach with Miss Jane
accepted u a patient secrets ss I Sanltonsdrycltsnerf
RECAP Francis McCall was hlibI'OI't
WITH US winner.Mn at the Children Asthmatic ence. Those going were Billy Bry Strickland who .vacationing I :
Research Institute Hospital in ant. Joe Gregory. Dixon Lester, then with her family.Mr. .
Howard Fletcher and Mrs.Cart
Denver, Cote. Susan Woodward, Temple Rude, and Mrs. C R Curry spent w, the exclusive SoflMSsnltont
club. Fryer' wen guests at the Barbara, who Is 11 years old. Pun CoKKlns.! Martha May and !weekend at Ponte Vedra Brain /alvk/Inlalt hi our

will be a patient In the hospital haye Sanford. They will return 'with their eon and daughter in r process.
AND SAVE! for two and a half years. She August 6. Rev. Branson Mstney law Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Curry It renews the Ills
Mason Music I would like to hear from her wW leech one of the courses at and family of Gainesville, who y of the fabric while
friends.\ Her address is. his conference.Rev. wen vacationing there.
640x13 COMPANY Barbara Brinauat and Mrs. Branson UaOey :Mrs. Annie May F Smith of 4 cleaning the garment
t/ CARIH Jr. and children: win spend the DK'atur. Ga. wan a recent guestof Try us too1/ See how
14 L Washington Street. 1401..... Uth Avenue month of August on their vacation Mrs. Amos Davis.Amnnc '% four fashions
650x13 Denver, Colo. 10204 Following the Mmtreat Conference those from Qulncy wedt- y:' ,f. will! thrive en our
PIANOS ORGANS New Lorber BMg) they will\ visit relatives In tending the Hlghtower-llunter dL-- Ssnltons drycleaning.l..nua .
650x14 south Carolina and North Caro- ding la Balnhrtdge Sunday after
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700x14750x14 $ C95 Miss Ratty Frslrigh of Madison ina.Mr.. and Mrs. James B. owns wen and Mr.house and Mrs. Pierce H Me,Mort .e.eMeN
and Accessories la IJW'IIIIIncI'll) days as guestof BaD Williams, guests. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hiram. I I left Saturday lest Montreal when snd Mrs. Pierre Williams Jr.
Home Ph. MA 7-6705 Mrs. Ivan Truman of PUinfMd. they an spending a week. with and children of Greenville, S. c..
Conn arrived her brother In law and .1..,. Mr. Mrs. Anthony I. Wheat, Mrs
800x14 O.*a 11I_. Ts4 Ws., Fri.. wvoral weeks with Friday her to>>sward spend and Mrs. T. M. Coroate st thrtrcottngp. .Amos Darts Mrs. Lanier Rkhsrdsos -

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GADsDEN COUNTY TIMES. QMNCY. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 30.11181_ PACK SEtEN!:

T Edwards Rotary it 11 .41 ATTENTION 'enue Service receipt to show the I:127 and mine came shortly aftei'midnight 'with utter abandon It's new and II III Mrs James D. Kflgani, all of
Thomas, Exchange 27 II .40 All Little Leaguers Pony and your tax was bled ,' on the 28th. Btilh crI I for sale, I suppose but the directions Quincy, one wit Wayns rank,
Norman, Kiwanis 39 15 J8 Babe Ruth Baseball players Announcement Those persons who work fa'|them will be seniors In the coming point out that It I'a not Mt Pleasant; two sisters. Mrs.
J. Rudd. Lions 42 IS M concerning the turnIng wages should take a copy of the' ,' school session and then In loo accurate Take a look Thelma Kelgans, Quincy, and
But, Rotary 3813.341 In of baseball uniforms. AROUND 1MJ Form W.S, WIlhhoMiHj few very short months will bate Mrs Syhle Pose*. Bahibrldgt,
Byrd. Jaycees 33 11 .333 The QuIncy Recreation Depart Statement, with them when the la college and our reapoctivi Ba.; and T grandchildren.
Norty, Jaycees 42 14 33FttiAt merit Is requesting that all baseball apply for benefit homes will be quiet as all get The Butler Morgan' Funeral,
STANDINGS uniforms, except rape, bt Birth certifloalea' will be needed out. I don't know about Tony and PerJOllU Home was In charge of arrange--

t M4.A Team Won Los turned In by August 31 Uniform .SQUARE.tt for all ol your minor children, his wife (I can gues but Edna mentsRUST.OLEUM. ______
I Klwanls 15 0 are to be washed and placed III Including step-children and adopt. and I are not looking forward
Jaycees 9 5 paper bags with players name on ttab.e ed children. It you have adopted to It.On. Ilf'nry'f'lnhl'.... Charta Gardner
I DeMolay 7 1 the outside of bag for Identification children, you must submit ertt Pete Monroe, Francis Mi-
Lions 1 forma fled copies of the adoption decree the front page of this pipes Call, Morgan Mitrkham, Hob MM-
t Rotary S 10 are then to be taken which wlU remain with the claim. Is an article letting o/ the forthcoming spy and Tom Bultram have returned
Exchange 2 13 by the Recreation Department at. If your wife or dependent btu revival at the Qulnry from the front Jamboree. STOPS
Gash lot
Jl-.MOK lITTLE. : LEAGl'E!: I the Qty Hall, (only so you may mistakes-la there column were last a week ol band Is also filing a claim they Church of Christ. The preaches In Valley Forge While away they
(age 0.Games /) receive credit for the turning Inof my will need to have some proof ol will be millie Campbell, the hostrutter attended the Worlds Fair In New
And here I've been
of past week: King Edward tmltosm.Thanking going en mi Dale pane
your their age.' This should be a birth! at the York. RUST
7, Fryer-Smith S; Fryer you In advance for about take how TiMWader we mever stake mis. certificate or other old document gle courses held here. Then M'''' Mr. and Mrs Gift Strauglm< and
Smith 21, Qulncy Telephone 2: axing care of this small, but such aa an Insurance policy which eighty or ninety local folks, students daughter Peggy spent the weekend i
Frosty Mom Meats 10, King Ed. Important matter for us. what a "Pat Suher shows their age or dale of birth. and Instructors, who at- In Albany Ca. with Mr and
Y ward 7. Donn James For Sale" sign was doing leaning A widow who Is tiling a rlalm Seeded the classes who remrmbet Mrs William Thompson, parents Available In
TOP TEN BITTERS against the Qty Stall last FrkiayTBytheway on the social security record ol Eddie and what a One and Christian of Miss Straughn fiance I
--- thru week ending July 24) while the subject her deceased husband will need man he was. I \know that,
Brad Anderemi Player team ab h ave Farm Topics -- IVe had a JotClftcrl compll her marriage certificate and her many ol then will want to 'SeeEdtib FailiZ All Colors
Boars Fryer-Smith 3d 24 ..88Phlllipn meets on my bright red umbrela husband social security number and welcome him bark for Luther 67
Brad Anderson Frosty Morn 30 19 .8n during all this rainy "", at""r.1 Since your claim cannot be a while. The church U "located on AVAILABLE IN
Gay Fryer-Smith 44 28 .99 And News Ahem It's a Travelers" um, processed without the required North Adams Street Just past the Buried Yesterday ALL SIZE CANS
Ingram Quincy Tel. 29 17 .18 brella. I evidence days and often weeks water tank. You are especially
Key Club Prexy Gray, King Edward 41 20 .88 By Bernard ('lark. Went Dahlng down at the' pond ran be saved U you have the invited to hear him preach Graveside service for Luther AND
I Young Fryer-Smith 33 16 ..48Dodaon 'other afternoon wont say necessary documents with you Fallli. 87. of Mt. Heaxant were SPRAY CANSGuarcrntowd
QuIncy Tel. 31 11 ..46McOrmifk. ',, A_ Osmr Area which afternoon 'cause Mr. Phil when you Me your rlalm. Had a lung distance 'telephone conducted yesterday afternoon at
Brad F. Andenon, a member. Quln. Tel. 29 12: .4211 QIRSTIONS MOST OfTEN pot might nip and had he Your social security office will call from an old friend and form 3 o'clock in Illllcreit OnHMery to
tithe Key dub of Billings West Ounce FryerSmlth 47 20 .426 ASkED ABOIT BRICELLOSU pert kick. Now that's when fishing be glad to Ml you what documents er employee early Tuesday moming. with the Rev. Thomas E. Ctttnnnassisted STOP RUSTI
High School Billing, Montana, O. McMillan. F.-Srnlth 47 20 .426 I. What Is Bovine nKof'IIoaIaTAn la fun. It's no fun a'tall aiwnya will be required for your claim. It was from Sam Singtelun.a by the Rev David Hall
was elected president of Key dub Ranew. Frosty Morn 47 20 .421 infectious of the Ye.productive drive for miles. and then ml They can also help you locale colored man who worked at the officiating
STANDINGS disease In a boat for hours and never do not already Times office back In the '40s. LARSENLUMBER
International for the coming of cattle. It I II these documents U you ny Mrs Frills w'ho was born InAnlflrk'UII.
school year ai the high point ol (Mrs week ending July 24) organs called Bru- I have a bite except nxmquito have them. Sam lives In Fort Ljuderdale l.a. moved hi Quincy
the organization's 21st annual International Team Won Los caused Abortus.by a bacteria It U also known and yellow By blew Call or write he social security now, lie had heard a distorted report In 1931. I to died at 11:50: Tues.clay .
Convention in Dallas, ,Kina Edward 10 2 .rolls I You know a few years ago district ornre, SOl W. Jetlersnn of the past Monday regUtrakm evening In the Gadwlcn County CO.
Texas early this month. Andre ryer-Smilh' 8 I IFrosty 8 s Bangs Disease ,hardly a soul was Interested in Street, Tallahassee. Telephone of Negroes over one of time. llonpllil .
son IT, will be a senior at Bill- Morn Meats 6 !5 2. What are the losses from ,horses. Now Just about every 2214113. : South Florida radio stations and Survivors Include his wldmv, Phon. 627-7276
Ins West this tall.Anderson Quincy Telephone 0 10 rucellosta In cattle? month or so tIw.I a horse show. representative from this of wanted to get It airtight. Sam Mrs Luther rallm, Mt Pleasant.,
succeed Kenneth BABE KITH LEAGUE: In cattle the primary loses And congratulations to some n:will be at the Courthouse In always called me "Captain Love" three daughters. Mrs. \\nodmwbincock. Mainline Drlr
Cohen, Trenton, New (agea 11.17) re abortion or the birth of premature brand new grandparent Tommy 'Qulncy every Monday of the month and related a ronvenattan he had Mil Rufus Ryiils and)
Cohen served during the 18638.IdIOOI S'I FINAL TOP TEN UTTERS I calves, retained memo and Fred Rowan. Tommy was from I::30 am. to 12 noon la as.In had with a colored friend ol his
Player, team ab h avtfVln cranes, temporary or permanent so proud she. wanted' the announcement 1 persona filing a claim or allrr hearing the broadcast lie
year. M, Masonic 16 9 .962 .terility, weak and unthrifty on the front page. I wanting other Information consist said he told this person that .he
Forehand Masonic 10 S .500 calves, lowered milk production, Oh It was nice td see Linda cerning social security mat1C'.... had known nit Just about all of TIMBER.
;RECREATION I Abney Masonic Blues 11 S ..09Bywater breaks In valuable purebred' blood, Rowan In the office the other his life and that I had been like .
Standard 011' 3 .375 lines and the lowered sale. value y aod she has another Boar a father to him and he knew full, Ltt U. flip You Harvest Your Timber Wbely
Rowell, Masonic Blues 20 6 .300 crI I Infected anlmala. rig la Texas Three-Day well that I had not mistreated anyone I
NEWS Porch, Masonic Blues 20 a .300 3. How prevalent Is bn lloalaIndlvldu.1 : I've Just never seen the likes while or black. I anprerialedSam's Contact Us B.for. You Sell!
Cotney. Standard 011 17 S ..294McKnlght. in Florida Cattle? of Gadsden County for producing Hunts On Tap call hit Inters and his I WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES I Ii
Standard 0. 19 S .263 state president It's Impossibleto suHiranr that he "".. In my
animal Infection varies
By Dana James Wayne Chester MB. 16 4 .250 name tIIf'I1an.. corner." Florida Forest! Products Inc.
cent in nerds three-day
I Newromb. Maannk t :I .250 from 0 to 25 per ... Twenty-eight special i ,
SENIOR LITTLE LEAGIE tested throughout the & '. I do they bear hunts are scheduled for thtOaceola WBIm-to;
Son- Dad. why ropeoff If see *
FINAL STANDINGS you crap
(act 10-11) 4. Doe brucellosis affect ml-- and the Apalachlcola National Call Tom Pctullc. Qulncy! 8564494
,Team Won Lost the aWes at church weddings clod, go by Bill Wood's store.
Games of the part week: Exchange mansTYes. I Dad- So the bridegroom can't Forests beginning September butaId..ya call writ.
Standard Oil 7 :2 That thing runs every way or or
9, DeMolay S; League All. In humans the disease I* II and continuing through November
4 4 get away son. and a little of thaL
9 Klwanls ( 2 Masonic Blues 7. Hunters who wish toparticipate P. 0. Box 305. Tallahassee. Fla. Ph. 2234669
Stars Champions .
; tlapulgus I: T known as undulent fever. Think I'll mosey over to Maya tint a little brass ball on the end
League All-Stara It, Mgn! Um Infected withbcellasss Jr. has Into / la these managed hunts
PONY LEAGUE STAMHNOS I. Can t cow and see what Pokey of a string that Is thrown around
pires. League Officials 2. Team Won Lost be treated and cured? way at suntan oil since I'm should file application with the
KltAL TOP TEN HITTERS Game and Fresh Water Fish Con-
Cornea Playthings S 1 No. going to the beach as arm as the
flayer team st h avg mission prior to 11 ..m., August
Stephens, DeMolay 43 M .558 Craig Oil Co. i 1 5. How can a cattleman know paper comes for out.this weekl! Comeback 25. crordlng to A. 0. Aldrich,
Glower Jaycees 41 23 .511 Greensboro S If be ha brucellosis In her herd? I Bye-bye Commission; dlrectur.ApplSell .
handler, Klwanls 42 20 .471 CITY INVITATIONAL A blood test ta the only prao- to see me.vlrs. ,, fur the Apelachl-
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,alUMBING MEET dral method of diagnosing the cola Bear Hunts should be tiled
Osponsored by QuIncy Rotary I lease. Annie Bevis with the Regional Manager, Game .. (
Club and City Recreation Depart- 7. What Is area testing and Fresh Water Fun Commission .....
bra ment. Dale of the meet changedto A county program where cattle: Death Victim P. O. Box 476. Panama City .
August 22 (Saturday),. King, are tested In all of the herds. If, F ki ida. Hunters also wish to participate
99i n Street Pool. Pre-reirlilTtian aa the result of a blood lest on all In the Oscwola Bear Hunts
a m., at the pool. Meet to begin cattle within an area the number Mrs Annie Stsley Bevis 66, should file application with the j .. (
following registration at appro of positives does tint exceed one a long time resident of Qulncy and Regional Manager, Came and
Imately II a.m. (1) per cent and the herd infection Gadsden County, died Sunday at rend Water Flan (CnmmlMfcn P. =
All competition will be conducted doe not exceed five (5) percent me llutmes County Hospital In O Box: MS, Lake City, t'l lida. 'i
under A.A.U. Age Group which the area may be declared a Bonltay after a long Illness.Mrs. All applications must be "'011\o,
Includes boys and girls tram age Modified Certified BrucellosisArea Bevis, the widow of the panted by a check to cover permit
17 and under. far a period of three ,....... late T. G. Bevis of Quincy. was a coal.
Events include: freestyle, backstroke This U a systematic method of native of Jackson County and Each three-day bunt will be' 1M
butterfly breaststroke, testing that continues until theentire lived most of her life In Gadsdea Smiled to not more than 11 peo-I -I II
t and Individual medley. state la free of the disease County. She had lived the Julaile pit', except upon approval of the
Each swimmer will be limited to la Cadnden County a Modified years In Bonttay. She was amember hunt suprrvimir. Lach group must
any four swimming events. Certified Brucellosis Arcs of the Methodist Chunfc obtain a JM party permit and fi < -
Ribbons will be awarded first Yes. Excellent cooperation of of Bonifsy. She was a asterIn4aw each person In UM party must also (
through sixth places. cattle owner keep Cadsdea County of Dr. Byron Bevti. of possess a regular hunting<'l'Nlt.I .I
Trophies will be awarded to in this select group Quiill")'. and Ooteman Bevis, of I Florida black bear ant rated
age group winners for highest 9. Does the owner receive Indemnity Qialtahonchee. aa the largest In the nation and
point totals. for reactor cattle Funeral services were held at because of their early retreat to: :::>
N.. FREE TENNIS INSTRUCTIONFree Yes If located la a modified 1:10: pm. Monday at the First Imp ssahls swamp territory, they
awl tennis Instruction for boys certified area or In area testing Methodist Church of Bonilay with ors extremely difficult to hunt,
and girls, ages 10-14 will start Indemnity ot up to $28 per head me Rev. T. W. Sowed officiating even with excellent dogs. Thehunt
Set Your Doctor.
Altar You
BriBf Your PreienplioB T. Ufc i this Monday.. August 1 at Carry ,on grade cattle and up to 137.50 Burial was In the Bonltay Qty area fur the Apalad kale '"
Field Tennis Courts on registered purebred cattle Is kmetery.Survivors. Hear Hunt la located In IJbeflyCounty.
I, Classes will be held on Mondays .paid to the owner, In addition to Imitate two sons, The Onrenla' Bear Hunt Ia
Wednesdays and Fridays I.the slaughter value. William G.. of P.nse ila and located .. Raker and Columbia Z W
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F. P.
May for a three week period. 10. Is a quarantine placed onso I Robert S, of Tallahassee; two Counties. These two wlldrrneMarea
I The girls will be taught from herds to which a reactor Is daughters, Mm. W. L. "' _II, provide tone of tin lINt
I Drug Co. 9 10 ..m. and the boys 10- farad? Orlando Mrs. John If. Miller, bear hunting In Florida.
llam.Students. Quarantine are only placed on 'Bortfsv: : two brothers, W. Additional information concern !::
Phon. 627.7601 are expected to fun herds that are located In modified ley and 0. P. Staley, hit the special hunt regulattnnl <
QuIncy Fla. Ish own racket and can ol tennis certified areas or areas In me two sisters, Miss Martha N.81"j and pfvvdurea governing the
h*". No pre-registration 1s necessary. process at becoming modified cer- and Mrs. P. C. Cothron, rawing may be obtained by contacting
teed. or herds that have signed nil.I either regional fIftI..
I up on a procedure to eradicate Pallbearers' were Ralph Burnett,!I I N '
bruceUosta tram the herd I Weldon Miles, Charlie Plttman,
I I It. What are the advantages J. N. Chance. W. E. Brandon and I -
of having a modified certified bnt- Curt Miller" Jr. r Bits And 0
POWERFULPERFORMER I ceuostaarMT The 81ms Funeral Home of

I In addition to the obvious advantage Bonilay was 'In charge. a :
ot being free of brucel- Pieces :E

,baste, cattle from a modified reD Social Security
fined area may move more free BT HUTCH
I i 111 within the stale as well aa to, ZLLJCen
PORTABLE 'out-of-sute points.II. Information I
Doe brucellosis affect .I Are you planning to retire ta Spent the wsekoid at MexicoBeaiti
Stork other than .nnlf'TY the next ,.. monlhsT U this Is and dldnt go near the' oto
N. There.. three types ofbrucellosis the case, and you are at least 62 water. Daughter Judy invited a
and they affect primarily few her M-nage friends fur UM
will I probably
: yearn of age, you .c4
rattle, swine, and goats. be filing a claim for your encial tailing and dmplle the oorawtfial -....-
Other animals do contract the security benefits. rains there was quite a
but the bit of loriklng skin to be seen.
disease overcame pmreulng of your claim ripe vT
lion and do ml remain as Anlee-j fnt'l1Mt security benefits Is I got In U boles of golf Saturdayat
riers. often' delayed because you don't the Panama Coy Country Oub
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13. What can aa owner do have the necessary eWtrnr ales at Lynn lUven. played with the 0
INSTANT ON" ,abet swine brucellosis? you file your dalm. publisher ol the or.rWU QtyNewallerald
A swine owner can eradicate Walter Kehne. dirtrH maiuv- 0W
the disease by testing and' ..r of social security In Tallawssre and his son and brotherinlaw.II .
; 'slaughter of the reactor says a little advance was SUM klnda hut but we \J:
natton i* not effective In Vacd-I planning before you file your enjoyed K. :
Detail concerning the claim will go a I lung way toward Saw signs where aid) Carl,
baa of bruceUosie from spmdy payment of your benefits. "Qeki.w" Fo.N.r' had bow
herds may be obtained from any In aitttkai to your what se "scratching" around down at Me.-'' -I-Iu.Z ...
stale or federal area or district curtly number various other documents Iro Beach but never did dually
veterinarian. win be needed. For in see him. :!
14. II swine and goat brucel seams If you operate your own
Westinghouse buds caused ay the same organism : buslMvs, It win be nemeary to Betty AIM Shelter observedher rH
that causes: bruceuosis to coo; Amish I copy of your 1M3 Federal seventeenth birthday amivertary ;
lie? tax return Firm 1040. Monday and our Judy observed
No. BruretU show II commonly I' !Ichedule C or the Schedule T her seventeenth" May u. <
found la rattler BrueeUasuta II you are a farmer or a tarns (Tuesday. Se.sea like" U was one
ks swine and Somalia meItenaui -i operator, and Irnedule RE. Re right last week thnlTony"
ta gnats, but earn type, sure to take along an extra cnpy Shelter and) I were walking the lMu '"
someamn Infect other _mall to leave with ynur rial"" Also Yew at the old hnepllal on WestMm
and att three cause the draw III take' ynur cancelled che<*, man- Su et. Ids "baby" was : z
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'7 order stub, or IntenraR. burn Just Man. midnight on Jut)'
How can I get help In' controlling '
brucellast-to my rattle .. 0

Detailed 01 any Warmadoa program Bay and be service obtained .. '"
MADAM FAY
lor controlling brucellnls by PALMIST ;
retting ta murk with the County o C
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wtestsm.Mriassns. r.rtlaisrtag
er veterinarian 01 Asumu a* seed your KVHIIC Un
*. past ...... end "" 1/1'0. She asks noe :
$189.95 r ...Klone M _IU. TriJ. jm MIa yon arr:
want to know giving" w and hta *
SEPTIC TANK m hiwneas. low: health and family ,(Ulr I .
wits, a..perfect: picture
Take your TV from room U room I TeUs yow' wtmi jot' wi' MAktr and A.Uzt
assured practically anywhere you watts TV. I SERVlCEIi .*-.. tho cite you lowI ...., and what
"Wf let" festers fa a aliasertAaw_ M Inn M lie ........... WIt vote ... ..,.,.. .
The* woo-erM portable TYiTMtMW edjoraw abase frtends sad .....aw.. tat
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ever, attractIve flatl happMeat Mweesj NAN a4 _In. Stabs openemiee.
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.11 aatail ... gsf grselef and led "'fl. Doss mot by ysar' to ,.,.. W's, In win tall t ebah.
..... e0 is J.: O., .|..,...|. Seal One teM wtl ..,., pan for dMtpanliisnieM to all after

p.ndss ssNO.r .... dandy lMenlyr.e4)PaurMekisiMee.s ka+a. --1- siw Mp you till -I
ti II agar day ., pour ......... M.dsea. ale ..toe bete.Clem. .

fret Mounted umtCSmH.rMMl and w why yew w .....".. ply .vwy 5 g ,scar, ** ** LL.
I CUMCV VACUUM CUJUOO .-c. .. and .... ..... IIlIII wa .w woes yew
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Hydro Gas Company Mary-Booney Inc. Frosty Morn Meats QuIncy Motor Lodge .. ,,;.;,
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.ll & BatM Hardware Company Darby Construction Company Suber & Johnson Company
Sykes' Fine Foods <
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chorea .( yes choice 8oa4r. ,-,\ Fee*
Inman-Johnson Motor Ccw Inc.
Western Auto Associate\ Store Quincy Lumber Company ,. ,"
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First Federal Savings and Loan Ifenfat. The Jefferson House .
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QuIncY Home & Auto Store r Casey's IGA Foodliner J Furniture Company Wine s.ltr..ad l.atge.Fletch.rWillis .
Mr. w4 Mn. B. A. CrUtta
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that they have three or four toes Marion Onto la the Uanai
your figure even though their In- weeks fallowing actool. Fot*
THE same U the IMM aa your Vanity, 10, rci\d two hive
King Cole MarketLUCKY whatever It la. That can bea said mm a del fractured am, f*'I
Super FARM a* these uWnwe altInmi Md chipped two front teeth cat*.
ne levela. Alto, types ofpollrlea ed the door on hIs foot, fracturtig
FRONT affect tilt amount and the two toe, scraped his stem
number of poIIeIf'IoPcrjOIlCl cHmMng a tree a burn on all tk
from a rope and potion t it
iV DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER both knew from the tin.: ,( y
patch. Hi* doctor advise i a
7' SALE family to put Roger in the kenwl
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE and lit tilt dog out.


I I Dr. and Mn. John P Wheelerof UnTY nit L'f U'NOI
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effort In oilier states to reduce I I In fact, there hal been a boom llolllna College, Va arrived open aatety pin In her lung for
lain crop loaiea due In bird In cage-bulkling and for a time the Saturday with their Are younger I fourteen )car, a a 7-)'III d
.. I routed my \hton progI birds that *wt caught wmpau-i ehllitren, Any, Joih and flack.Mai. ,I mother had the pin removed. s *
WE FEATURE tree It any, In our led along a* teed stock There heeler and the children" I swallowed the wit e
"' fruit and vegetable grower*' perennial WR even on* report ot starting will spend aeveral weeks with!;dressing her cr84rlnor IBM
battle against the deatruc-/theft by tomeone aa anxlnui to vr mother Mra. Dan Urubb ol It did not bnm r her and ant t d
FROSTY MORN rtdwinged get a trap cage "teeded' he Mt. Heawuit. Mary Tenon and an ftctlvt life until ahe rrrcii y
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couldnt wait to get the bird legitimately. DM have been her the put felt something In her chrsl aid
.. I When I Inquired I found the I nxmth visiting their grandmotherand coughed up blood. Xrnyt ...crt
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'l grower thtmirlvet haven been, their aunt, Mr*. It Q An- taken and the rutty pin wa removed
Product of Your Home _' .. able to kcconipllih much. They I It I II Just possible a new way demon Jr. ot Marlanna. All ot front her lung
Counly I continut to Mart to variant types ot employing sound to control or them spent week at Beacon Kill I
:o( toles-producing equipment such wipe out pests will be develop, 'at the And exam's cottage, the' i-ORorrs DuoiirnT
M firecracker, shotgun blaat. A U & bepartment ot Agncul-I Mao-Ann. Bar Harbor, Me When
I horn, low flying aircraft eta I tore tntomologlat stumbled onto I Dr. John P. Wheeler flew to lie flagged down Dean Wins pn.!lilt
Their object U to Tighten away It Using a contlnuoua low hum Muss Sunday to attend a meetIng expected a ticket, but Im: the hug flocks at birds, to kl'l'pI barely audlbl to humani, he experimented ot the National Politic! they told him he had left nthreeyearold
them In the air and to prevent with Ind\lll.l1Ifal Siianc foundation. The latter, daughter 100 "," "*
CHUCK ROAST 37'.IlIrIIIdL I them t did during moths exntlng them to th* tnund!I part ot Wheelers will back In CamoVn Slate raik.Wlnn .
tromday-r\r:
lb. : wave while they wets laying 'fly to I'nrl.ofSp Trinidad, admitted he had forgotu-n
I The noise help*, at course. but egg whets Dr Wheeler will be a guest his daughter and hurried back to
such measure are only partially I Exposed egg produced only Ua I I lecturer at the University for get 1IIr.i .
my ees.hr4 Now a new effort U many moth a* an unexposed year, under the rulbrlght pro
FRESHGROUND (underway to develop I really etc batch. CM thoae that lived, nearly !gram. Dr. Wheeler has been i Sincere, sensitive Ideallatawnukt
ttchnlqu ol bird pert con hall died the tint day, and the belt of the Faculty at Holllni do well to Kay out at poll-
eve I net took longer to became adult. College, V*", for floe yean II* tics :
I Opened recently no the outildru'at Fewer moths developed In the will return to Holllni for tine 1M319 I A lot of aewlnt circle art not

BEEF Gainctvlll by the WUcUlto next generation. !!.term. concerned with tewing_______ _
Service ol the U. 1 Department So, IIa'berdI can dieoovor U
at the Inttrtar lea reiearch tabortory. a low level sound Inittad of
'. Its first major project UM a noisy blast) to which our IVr-
attack on the redwing probInn. Ida redwing will be susceptible sixtypounds
and you'll hear nothing but I low
tour men are assigned to the: hum In our grnwtiig areas while I
task will Jim Caulk In Charge the pelts art being treated to deitructlve -
'According to Jim, It Unt going' Kiund wave that might
3 87eI to be I simple Job and It wiU eventually wipe them out. off
Ibs. take Urn. A lot remain to be ,
I learned about the redwing Sine I
to that bird will
beHsspiwiflo
I really reduo their aminute
nunibrr JLift
I I One difficulty to be overowne, Jour
I of count, U to prevent harm to
'other wildlife while aiming at the eJil.ufrantgQuestion
ROUND ALL MEATSTEW hinds that cause crop damage, U
I nmethlnf eventually la duchy (([ r
end to d* the Job effectively, 11 : Everyon Mki about
will be boon to tlurhla
I our
antuunt at life Iniuranc that Irwlda't
ROAST growers and might lead the wiy
to dealing with the problem ol touch and the figuresshow r.
I starlings\ la Other parts ol the; wi avenge ot dx pollitrt srl
country. per Insured family; I'm sin yean
out of college and my single 17,.
I Up north In Michigan and out too pnllry la all my wife and 1
In California the European lar- can get Into our budget Are
ling causes untold losses to a then other figure valid
47e 57' variety ol agricultural nterprta- Answer: Yet, the figures are '
lb. lb. I lea. A California feedlot operator valid but there are certain thing
fttimatta starling damage to fen! about lire Incuranc buying andowneraMp
';'In hit lots adds some (2 a beadto that will probably explain It tk about tl "minutes It fill this Unk.icmtthlnf not
hit coat ot fattening neer I your differing pnllt1ona.I pounds *f
peanuts in being dumped tote Ih* trillir.
Recent I'f'portIIO the California lib insurance It normally tint _
I
One thing yiu tin b* lUte tf, lot. Though, harvesting panda
I Slat Board ot Agriculture revealed purrhhasedall at one for life,
'HLL I cur that state and Federal ageivcttt but In units opened through t lite- tlini in pretty dusty,those peanuts Ire nilly eluiv'
to far have had little tuo Urn*. Th CMmmon doss ot pur- ThiM in Just g fee tf |h* idvinUH you am iptntf apse
cat in keeping the hi black, chase arta Drat Karl, tint rob, with a 14 Lllllilon, triittrcipiolti-.it hlihtr ipi* stubby Mails out orchards, vineyard marriage, Increase In faintly, pur
Itntltr ictlan-hinrMtlni '
cleaner
auti wlth less < .
*mi
|
and feedlots. There la *mt Chan nt hiime, jib Improvement
ROUND STEAK lb.67c Thiti why *i i.y the Lllllitin'i your moneymaker, riiioVliititf ,.
hope, It wu noted that I anent Normally ft fin policy would bea
';cai hall mny pne lucmaful. mxlet on* before college (often tried ind true, II gets you mars and bettor ,.."ut. |
i I Curt of the starling reaeanrd bought by parent to atari the let tutor and fr 1 lot IMI minoy ever the (lira, Thit'l what
has about xhautttd the Unlvtr- program), another at graduattan, !kulldi pemut prflto.
ally at California sits foe dew a larger one at marrUtt and Whet K somas right dean li the null lit the tank, the
peoMemaaopxAin mar later, accounting for the Lllllitin lut.does thin IlL You ain kink in It
i On average at dx. There art cases
} Colltgt of Agrlculturt officials, when torn own a* many aa JJor
UMP ROAST ib. 57c any expansion ot the battle again even more poll",", And thepollry Too LIIHston Peanut
the aviait pelt will require adAM alia bought u.ualIn- Combine
( tonal approprlatlnn( 'by the Malt ertaar each mileitane. But ataU
According to the chief of the year' nut of rcileit, you have famous lor peanut pfotitt-whtrtvir In tht world
control program, the Marling appear not panned too many of those petnutt era grown.
to haw adtipted California mllmtine art you will probably!
;Kir keep Their With rate bra b* adding aa oth.ndo, when they lrli.rw Soul.......It prwrsed hi II...../srssawt.LMses,seas im
t" ( doubled In other states they tvme do mm along! Aim, yak have to blurs M...MiMM rl*| otflno M *W am** *U..l OtllhiM,
i DIXIE CRYSTAL ... ant family I year, but two be sure to your cooiparlaona that
: /1* par for the court In their you Include par group life uvturanr SEE THE CQMtlHt YOU CM DEPEND OH
# adiMtd horn<< and In acne ram pulley at Imp or Uflre
-AT YOU LIlLltTOH
,triple bra l* have bra reported.Th (you very likely haw one a< In DEALER HOWC.LILUSTON
starlings continue to"'thrive mat plans moat pe>n4. du I. Thli
/ SUGAR and multiply' and muss tremeo- .II just aa midi a part nt your '
,
5m.47c tiers damage In aplt at every total ownership a* your Individual
I attempt to date, Including con- policy, though you would be wise
JII-.d air horns and devices b not regard Itaat part of your Plenee" deg irtducti to serve mankind'
fMhiring itarllng distress ralll, !haali, permanent There
to keep them away from crops la aim the factor very Important
and fe dUj that differing valua SUBER and JOHNSON CO.
I tuna of tide budgetary Hem, family
HANDY PAK CRINKLE CUT PILLSBURY or BAUARDS I Fruit growing hrmtn In thu to family, account 1.* turn

Grand faplda. MkhlfM ass murti any given family ttn "ate "Your Town and Country Shopping C.nUr"
art budding cage to trap tile ord' fnr Insurance, Just aa with
POTATOES 2 ;: 27c BISCUITS Can 7c ,bird perti and starlings early bind, clothing and tmailng, There 2121 W. ii
: ; tots year wen In grot unread M art turn yntm married couples, J. .raon St. Quincy 127. '31

I hire within the cage traps III jrear* out oi coHrgn' who val._ __ _....__ .. __ ..____T


FLAT PETMILK



SARDINES 2 Coni 17c






BUTTER BEANS Con 300 7c 3 CO 3 7 C 4 ,4 lr





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COCO COLA PERFECTIOM r t Sfand did Lubriu nt .



RICE e'; t1 ttapt and nol.ey ioryplJes /

8BtLPlu 27 H 37c to sU r st per4eebfnory. Evavme ta sprnodat- Iliprtwir/t t, '

D pod alradj f ; 4 t.t i tlm.-dw to, bck of jrwt&rt tectbn; ir >tlattroi

m mltn; s7stetat. Lis ttj'fk, e'ra.r' ) n= end Door reeaattlir

s arm Qoubla goer J laI'laeigl llt. b7 aoklns tfu
HEADCABBAGE ra
FRESH GREEN
pe'e.crID. t6t ttOU Ca11 bS11I tod.7f


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': DRESSED $DRAWN FLA or GA. SHIPPED WHOLE ,

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"SUPER RIGUT"SHORT SHANK FULLY COOKEDSHANK


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GRADE "A" "SUPER-RIGHT' SLICED" *
FRESH GROUND
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:-: : ::,::: :: ':':':':':" :::::::: BREAST,WITH RIBS
""' ,;M8W!; MjN M!@
:i:( ::::;:; :ti'' :: :: ::i:;: LEGS MORTON'S QUICK FROZEN- ALL VARIETIES
\I"':: 'tiIjt.-m.; .' : THIGHS-----
,: ;; 45e 47c DINNERS 11 Oz 39 C
:: >::1 IG oI; A flit' d DRUMSTICKS ID. Pkg.

.rt.i- 'f iMllt8A % SPECIAL /IEWPRICE.! A pINSTANT



Prone COFFEE 10-Jar z.$1 I 7I


I Juice
SPEC/AL SALE! Ann Page MACARONI' or



; w__i.: SPAGHETTI 2 Pkgs.SOxtTu 3'I .


I PLAID WHITE HOUSE NON FAT LADY BETTY REAL LEMON
STAMPS Green Giant
I Witt 1
i Shampoo r$1.00 t !Lb.,10 z
I t. M. Coupon food thru Aufwt t| I 8 Quart 59 Quart 39 r 32 Oz. 69 Can 23c
L_ Package C Bottle + BottleVINE clr
: Green Giant1r251traS1
r "FAe1 FIuti.II4 -Hiblels Corn

12 O:.
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With this Coupon and PurrhM* at 23c
11 Oi. iu Ann Pif Crauiqr \ FRESH TENDER RIPENED CanGreen_ _
Smooth or KntncbyPeanut I
|J. 11 Coupon rood Butter thru Anna 37c S. J Giant
lI H_! _1_ ___-___J= > POLE BEANSib. TOMATOES Mexicorn23c i

[r- : ] 1 12 Oz.
= ( c CanGreen..
STAMPS 19 Carton 19 -
'I ,
j17th| (Mi Coupon and rvrchM o(j jIVi ii, Giant
L to- Ot. rkp. Btfular s I {I';'" Peas
w/Onions
i Sparkle Puddings 33c I GOLDEN YELLOW SWEET FRESH TENDER LOCAL
I |x.1.1.Cwpan caod thru AuguM 1 1 1 Lb..I oz
L..._ .. _:zt !; .: ; CORN OKRAPLAID Con 29 efxltCI'

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Refill For

25 STAMPS. 10 59 C Inc Dixie Cups
|With Dili Coupon and PirchaM *| IL
.
1 Us I Oi. Hot AM tuft ears o?'oo 69c
iBarbecue Sauce 33c 11 __ -
J.,1.1. Coupon pod hra A.rn.t L I .
I I Plain or Iodized

{f -t7 lf : =::1 ANN PAGE TOMATO lona Golden Cream Style -Setn Only PhiiStampt Morion's Sail
: r ; ..,bet tae Gilts Fester
t 7 lLb.140x.97
1M(.a4T ATIIWTIC CY1C 7th CONIUiT.MC c
STAMPS CORN Boxes
li.. 'oKETCHUP
thin Coupon and nmhaw w 'o 1,1
t t
Sanitary Napkins
uu.rkf.owomLoose
Iii Tea 35c I' Eotex89c
jM I. 1.1.n goad Him Aufuel tgj 3 140*. 49' 4 303 49'Prices
l iTrnmn.JL_!S:!!!-iMl--TiiZKiS* Bottles Cans In this Sunday.advertisement August are 2.good through Pkgs.oi 12.

-IVi Ok Tnw Del M....urn M....
CIRCUS ASSORTED FLAVORS WHITE HOUSE EVAP. Chunk Tuna____-- $1X0 ANN PAGE with TOMATO SAUCE JANE PARKER ASSTD.FLAVORS

Fruit Drinks MILKCarton si ti o Ok..:A Juice A!r r: _w'_'_.- 49c PorkN Beans COOKIES I II

Orange Juice _- ____. 49c

I 4 480L C oi 77 c Frozen Pt1 .f 11 Donuts Mw+r'. _:.J!?*-- 39c 3 II.h. 3Se 3 I Lb. $100 I
Cans &Jff 6 Cans Can Boxes
uv 1 0. r- AM r t
Tomato Soup _.. 32c

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{' i .
'k i 1 t THE NIGH COURT
1 c trM.-ail c
MPg t EIOU AGAIN

.,, No one denJea that the U. I.
li, Supreme Court la rapidly finding
Ij:
{ .it* way Into the aortal, politic.!,
GeT ToDa/! ,; i'i'{ and economic attain of American
!
{i fli( cllIlM'III In a manner that baa !increaaing -
3i? ;; Impact. Thla apparrntIntention
ET :\ ....{ !!1. t*"" -===- .! ,;Ii'IN&. to reach dedakna In
: : ;:' touchy, cnnlrovmlal area* In a
Quantity Right Rewved Prtcet Good thru Augurt lit "creative' manner rather than
..1 --r -- ? ;{ ', 'a. iwrenarlly conitihitlonally should
FREE 100 Extra Stamps r M;.. ""! 'tIr __ ; i eventually} bring Umltatlona upon

W-D Brand Leaner, Fresher :N I O STO ,.. the Court IfIn order to keep the
1 i t tn:iii:! :: t i f' Court from functioning In

Ground Beef f {: {:'??'}r. uiu: llflii;!! { } { mitt] { !iiliil iiiii an uncmaUtutlonal way.
S Uni1 l nd Unquestionably, thla new ara at
w..r.tr lift a..Pr..MV !- "hold Initiative on th* part at th*

= FINEST BEEF SOLDANYWHERE Cnurt failur I haa by arrived th* atatra partly and becauwof pro-

5 Pica $195 pie and organlutloni within them)
to accept nrapcmatblllty.} At leant,
.I aom* (PC! trial Supremo Court to*
Naturally Nature Aged For lenrat In civil rlghta problcmiam
Tndrn and Flavor becaua* In* atatei and localcommunlltea

,.., ChoIC' H A progrraa that had might not hav mad been lit*
Cent" M EXTRA VALUE TRIMMED ROUND lONE SHOULDER expected Ukewlae, In the \Ictfa
""'+ a Slie.a IAUW 1IAJf"t(1I\IrnI\t drertn.Intlu } ,
: + d. t Roast u. 5 8 F llila wu an area In which the
little to
fr:1 i correct alatea' "abuara.Dangwt er* doing. very

} 'RA FLAVORFUL
to Kac

4 h O r t Ribs-3' 3/ aound,'On like* a'naod. *baalo vota"*prtndpl may

d democratic government. Inequlllra -
a a .n,., In rrpreaantatiun haw
t" r +S 45WS'D L"-'W;_ needed corrvcttnn. to b* aura.
a LB. t But government by the pei l*
because
.a t will nut be achieved merely
+[ ; everybody haa equal rpntatlun. >
+ W.D i''N.
A abaoiutiamcoukt
s ,,, new
.A EXTRA VALUI TRIMMED alkiw new power alignment*
: In th* nation* urban
yore {jv teen era to. Ogre that will make
r Shank Half or Butt Half CHUCK our Hale' mor aubmrvWnt to th*
rdrral gnvemmnit than vr be
: _. zr' /jj (ore, if thla hapnena the Inrtlvlihial -
"
ROAST American+ will b* won
m oil than b*
'P' MORE EXCITING VALUES! Th ;ayilwn'hu *on* *
; n1 how dlffu**< power in attain*
Ing protection fnr both majority
Superb rand Grade "A" Florida Select COPELANOJ FAMILY PACK and minority, and hat provldodor ':
t ( moat of th* nece* ary adjurtmenia -
Lunch Meat u 59 % | 0/ between th divert* rl.-
rgN
LB. nirnla and Inlerrd In tilt Kxtoiy.
L E tAd then may hit danger ahead.
: a r e 5
9 9 9 PALMETTO FARMS SALADS 1" It ... haw at time had to feirIw
t':&.. \'rIM w* ihnuldb
Sand. 49 iiatttyth'nruty
t, Spread 16-ot. SIZE y awar of m* maaa
might b* even wotWhat new
_
t
100 EXTRA STAMPS
SUNNYLAND PORK h+a..yaten. In city\ -satin, tat
With the Purcho. of iif1&11ltJP rxMnt|>l*, hav* wi In our tuturaT
GOLD 'N CORN OIL D LI. 39x Will w. elect U. S. Senator by

MARGARINE4Mb. 2 0 89 SUPER Sausage I I PK* HORMEL FREE 100 Extra Stamps r1U.atWIII a heightened urhAn'Mrral power caiilralUaMonr prorkio-

BRAND
S 00 Z $ S9

1 Cheese Loaf ">. SIZE. 69i Can Hams CAN 2 =partiality I* Managa to labor

a already bwitn*
of the new pollllcalallgmtwnla.
charactertallfl
+ II .
t1A it v r { .L \ Gong federalhoarda
dill preildmt, and tile
it 0 9 federal onurt.* hav all becom*
1 eager to *rr on Ih* aid nl labor.
r 1 1 1, It the $Ipm..Court omtmura} toMlaw ,
i i I = Ih* pt'eIII'nIrIInd. dcolilotMthrough
way
R Astor 1 ; ; axem to WwrtthMotlr.maiL Rut
,' t they will OWPIy weaken m* lib-
w RIIIT COCTAE .rti.a and palate d bttbvMuai.,
; : ; ; r I and lnllilutt..... Thla rail.. In*'
; / 1t Cnurt will hear r.*** In which aCalifornia '
1 1 [I 1 A.to M I L or m* tt ha* freedom tonwinag '
'V i .
K aftrln.Up
t IU own
4e q i i .,,, 1 j Ihrnigh NaltimU Lahnr} It-,
i 1 lalkma tkiard and U. I. Churl ofAptieal i
ASTOR ASTOR FRUIT CARNATION IVA' WALDORF TOILITTISSUE HUE .r WHITI ARROWDETERGENT I : t'VI-"h th1.
ALL PURPOSEASTOR United *

} COFFEE I COCKTAIL = MILK I 1 i OIL cannot bMnt nr.baa d *beM oni M01d that:'

huilnM* that may rult In k
Sav, 18' I.Lb. Can ; Sov. 2S t 303 Con = Sove St No. I Toll Con J Save 81 4 Roll Pock { Save I0' 24-ot. Btl. J Sav 1 II'i Glont Box (j' filII".. 11111 II baud en t.der.l
,., a is / 1 1 I 1 r aw that r.outm. bargaining "withreapml


+ 59 ; 'i I 5FOR $ 1 i i' 7 FOR $ 1 i I I 29' I'1 25' I_I 48 I .lertiM amr.tniti''t. and*M aftw wagea.brK ivlllion etudylr Ih hour**immpanv*of, and malnlea.mpk other-had

1 1 / I / ...* rrat thai tt wmiM cmtraclh.
1 1 / wot tilt M .II IN' ("" It,
........................ ....................... ....................... S an annual aavtng nt 1211000,.
1 1 1 Th* mov tn* 7: .mt.*yeea thelnh
FOLGER'S : OIL MONTE FRUIT i DEL MONTI P'.ppl! -C'rrult CRISCO i CAIOT IIIQUITTIS 01X11 DARLING and 1M rranpany" a chart* l.
.

l COFFEE COCKTAIL i DRINK j OIL I i CHARCOAL j''s BUNS unfair U th Uhnr* luiirem* Court--fhould

Savt I4< I-U Can : Save 16' 303 Can i Savt 32< 46-ot. Con Sovt 7i 14-ot. Btl. I Savt 20f 2aU>. Bog S Homburgs ii find great
\ oriijl ff=:&to t thai M

i 12 PACK PKG. t I
69 4 $1i4-$1 79x 1 heir COM Ws'
I 29H
i a FOR i |i = !; 2 *IKG Pxk 291 whlili company M 2-.u due nh tattltr.* a .ali ..

ot..IIIIt"' bunuwaa, will b*

... .. .... lmlld to dill pat* ... In .bargam
'
-, ,01 <;j ma>J tia* ju 'v !t"mw'''' ... ,**+4Htl\3mmri'imit\'/ ty .' '" ". '" ing by th* utikM *r unkm with
whld lit ...." The 'a"lltt
--- ---- Mi d rik haa to W mad* byin
-EXTRA PRODUCE 4'f11Bfl"! high court nggl: a wo.Mmlaunderalamttng
FROZEN FOOD of Amert.
dyt... GREEN STAMPS A.\p ran pattm of dividual rwjpfand *.-
.rr..rw..r. SWIET JUICY IIbdlt} irMdun e( d cWiM.
.. ...
'& a.rtjf PICKED AT THE PEAK
.t raa 4 PINK MIAT WESTERN AU FLAVORS THIIFTY' MAID Jm lldt III man* of In* eourrtTurkey
d Roast '1" OF FRESHNESS mcenl majority dwtelon

_.t..a auww I; Fresh Fancy Frteslon Off C V4> y iL Ice I Milk! I HAll GAL 39xIM ing vlw tat that miugti in* aaam to anvptinf I* wAit mow amiUnplMnenUM
.
.
...... -..... a a In ItoMIn
PEACHES : MO TON1 FROZEN Court barntr'twtvlwl only .
hartanger of tang: but arMwr
EXTRA 3 IW1 I tfi Cream Pies 2 -79/ and Imnvabr a* wIL fublUdliaanalaniim
oupes
dx GREEN STAMPS Ibr, Wi vim Ih*Court nay
------ fffjf Kl AKMTON'i FROZEN eM on* day warn In* BUM aCt Cowtt*
tsitFrtih tunvttal Chang, to prevent Mrl.aOUtM.ar -
a.c. e. : : ........................ $ anwriMnf' a* replarinfl
Devil .aLL/9t .:. Meat Dinners 2 'OR 79x l=... .": -"'.... awaw tor SANTA ROSA 3 Jumbo 1 IJh rtr.. ,"'" (or drye4e M
.. .... ..... I' LIBIYIMOaN PINK M RtOULARlemonade: pedal. Memtf or ktoofc-rl**),
S wt. Plums I S' il hen 1Iw.whole JunVtary taU* to
9 ....CAN 99; very low *M* W* need atriirobaernM
: at th*CbnaUlutlok mtyilltal
I 2 491 .: St I. ebeiaanr* to tw
LIS. 'i "chang*' myth>*nfy.CMCJKCM .

II CrispCucCucumbers _,.. '" .'LI.AN

L ._. t/ .., ...,.. ".... .... 'hnIarIdce ....u.. CngUndM : -
5 fer 29' Meat Loaf ,'. t.. :.. $1,49 llmcna, milkmaa,
.. .. haa rtt.Ma1 to keep ur0111t+t. A
atan .fA. rtonivr left him krlit
11.400 M "
.
--- Wieners / ,... 59' ..
f-- -- Mr* Klhel Cray had toM
EXTR' (EXTRA EX WwrA rr r .. ."... ."... u,_ ,,,.... in* atway* Mu4 ........t
1 ( EX Meat Loaf T 98' o a..ing lievna dHvr her mil;
iJl r GREEN w..w.rr.-STAMPS. ill_GlHN___STAMPS_. Jyf..GREEN.-..wwrw.wr..r STAMPS Ix GREEN w.w.STAMPS. .. P"." ".MM .... ',,0,'.'l.' te. taw *f hu amu*. Th* bxiwe*

_'HU.. a..r as...wowvw, 11- .....,w .._ _..... ... Brick Sausage i>, 59' waa MaaatKirtMJCA..to. "Mr. tvna. My MUU
.....
... 0' H. i C. ,. ...,. .- .. .. .
c.n dy IU. tr MM m tUNNTiA**

nlh_! Sticks T_ .......3/'J.. '" -- -,.. =- Fam._'Crtma-_ .4".. aUI_ ,_Bomb_$1 Pickle LOa.. ... ,... 39' : uOML\tL:
.
..__- .1 M.-....._ '1 I M--- --V. M--- tt Sirloin rn.a st k..COOtI M wtr.. Cww.89' ta,=: WJOUKM CniAt..w.fcrto ['MMd.alt.A...

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Pirates' GameIs Mrs. Jones To Be Saint James Antioch Church Arnette Chapel Family Reunion


Postponed Buried SaturdayFuneral Church News Lists CalendarThe Church NotesLove Held HereThe

The Quincy Pirates took Saturday services wUl be con Weekly prayer service win be Sunshine Band will meet Feast service will be conducted home of Miss Resale Battleswas
ort In tribute to the Jones I ducted for Mrs. Martha Jones at held Thursday evening, 8 p.m. Rev Thursday 5pm- at the home of Friday evening commencing the scene of the Mitchell.
family who lost their mother on I 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon In Ora M. Bridges will conduct a Mrs. Ethel Stokes. All members A. H. Hunter Quarteman family reunion dinner.
Thursday July 23. Thrlr taut out.I -, the First Elizabeth Missionary healing service at the end of the are urged to attend urges allmmembers to come Several score members of the clan
Ing clinched the Rob rtsvlll eofficiating Church the Rev R. Juniors prayer meeting. The Senior Missionary Society The Sunday Schools Annual assemble for the affair, along
Braves 34)) behind the plendld Interment will be In, Love Feast service will be held will be entertained by Mrs. Lizzie Picnic will be held .Saturday. with close friends of the family.
I hit pitching of Willie "Flrgo" William Cemetery with the Betsey Friday evening 7.30: p.m. All Wood at home, Thursday 7:30: p. hose who desire to attend are Out-of-town guest includes: Mr.
Trotman. The game climaxed they Funeral Home In charge of arrangements members are urged to attend. uked to meet 13 noon at the and Mrs. Earnest Quarterman.
first shutout In Pirate history and The pastor and officers urgently! .noThe Board of Deacons will meet church. Superintendents Joseph and children and Mrs. EarncsUne
ilm the first one-hit shutout fort Mrs Jones who was born In appeal to class mem Thursday 8 p.rn. The pastor urges Long and Bessye Alexander request Perry and children of West Palm
pitcher Trotman this seanon. Cub' Quinry was a member of the Elisabeth bers to discharge their financial all deacons to attend. that all teachers assist In Beach.
i standings are IS wins and 3 losses M. B. Church and the Good obligations, in order that the tem. Church Conference will be held the annual outing. Mrs. Martha Ward M... Irene .
The Quincy Plratei batcball Sheppard She died at 5:30: Thursday pie program of the church to Friday evening 8 p.m. An Invitation Sunday school will be held 9.30: Edwards and Rev James Mealy,
1 tram share the sorrow with morning at home. progress.Superintendent.. Is extended to all Interested a.m. Each member Is asked to were among the local attending.
Joseph Jones (captain of team) In Survivors Include her husband Powell E. Wood. members to attend. come prepared to make a contri- An old fashion, outdoor, table
the passing of his beloved mother.We Johnnie Jones Sr., Quincy; two berry request that all teachers report Sunday school will commence button to the discussion of the feast was served with a wide variety
alllO express our deepest daughters, Mrs Alberta Hill and to their respective classes 9:30: a.m. with Superintendent, esson. of meats salads, vegetables,
heart-felt sympathy May God Mrs Sarah Bugley both of Tampa on time, and that each member Parthell Galney In charge i The morning worship service assorted cake pies, tea, coUee and
Bless For Thy Has Gone To rest three soni, Johnnie Jones Jr., attend Sunday School which commence The morning worship service will commence 11 a.m. The senior soft drinks was served.
In thy heavenly nest New Britain, Conn., Joseph R. at 9;30 a.m. will begin 11 '.m. Choir one, and choir and usher board one serving I The family assembled several
Jones and James DrWltt Jones, The morning worship service usher board one will serve at The Rev. A. R Hunter will ben minutes before dinner and recall
Pirates Shut both of Qulncy; two brothers, J. will commence 11 a m. Choir one both morning and evening ser-: charge of the service. He will old memories. The group left expressing .
D. Marshall and Carl Marshall, and usher board one will serve vlves Evening service will begin be assisted by ministers: W. A. a most enjoyable affair. -
Chicago, m.1; three sisters, Mrs throughout both services. 8 p.m. Rev. Nehemiah Bowers will Campbell, P. McMillon and C
Out By Trojans Susie Turner, Mrs Mary Brown Holy Communion will be given deliver the message. Holy Communion Jackson. Holy Communion will News
and Mrs. Martha Collins all of at the close ot morning and evening will be given following the be given following the sermons. Hospital
Quincy; two sister-in-laws, Mrs services. sermon. The Senior usher board will
Trojans, last year regular season Marshall Mrs. Ruth r I Admission July 21-July 27 (Dates
champs, shut-out the Pirates Mary and The financial report by captlans The Y.W.A. Auxiliary, president sponsor a Tenth CommandmentTea Inclusive)
hehlnd the pitching of P. Pltt- Marshall Chicago HI., and one of the Women Day Program is requested Katie M. Thomas, announces that 4 pm. In the basement of the COLOREDSam
brotherdn-law, Dennis Jones to be read at the the will be church. The public Is invited.
man by a score of 16.0.The Sunday, group entertained by House, John Whitfield
Selma, Ala.Mount. service Evening Mrs. Maurine 'I A.C.E. League will be held 5 p.m. '
Pirates had far ., morn worship Campbell, 5 pm. Verner Nelson, Lillie Robinson,
a. third base four times runners with as ,.1"4" ,;t" I ) I Sunday. Weekly prayer service 7 President Joseph Long Jr., in tees Bush, Rosalyn McCall, Clifford .
one ,:t" ,' Official board Mrs. W. M. Long direct
Moriah t meets Monday pjn. Tuesday. charge Jr. Carrie
out and a runner on third. R. ] 61 Men-lit Gunn
6 Sunday
.m. worship m.
p. ress. Evening p
Lillie Bell Ford, Francesslon Fore .
Smith, short center, caught a high I. I The annual revival, school board meets, Monday,
.Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis service will i hand Tyee Bell QuIncy. Jerome
Church Last
fly ball and Miller tagglng-up with NewsSunday commence Tuesday evening with' Rites Held 6:30 p.m. Official board Tuesday Barnes Erla Chattahoochee
McNealy
the catch was thrown out by a week of Prayer service followed 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday -

Smith with two at out the and plate. Once again school begins at 9:45: ColstonDavisVOWS candlelabra holding white tapers. by a week oIl1PntIOI1I.The For Mrs. LoveFuneral 8.30; p.m. Junior choir John Williams; Lewis Barber, Willie, Bradcnton Smith. .
a runner on third
Peter .,rn. with Supt. Lefall Clary in The bride's book was kept by Program Committe of the rehearsal 7:30: Senior choir rehearsal Sneads; Elatha Lanier, Greene "
Pittman struck the
next Recited services
batter charge, After devotions the teachers Mrs Johnnie Mae Barnes and Annual Men'l Day Service was was conducted T:30: pm. Thursday. bora; Erma Jean Blocker Shelly
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out.Trojans. for
will take charge of their resicctlve Mrs Bellie Jean McGill, aunt and held Monday evening 8:15: p.m. Mrs Mary Love, at St. JamesA.M.E Herring, Havana.
through Friday night Miss The[ following action was taken Church, Wednesday evenIng -
classes cousin of the
Morning worship Carolyn Colston and Nat bride. Mount Zion
have 4 and 1 record. 4 BIRTHS
talon
a for approval Carl Daniels and p.m. Rev. A. R. McGlock-
begins at 11:00 haniel Davis ,
: a.m. with the were united in marri- Guests received
were at the
I deacons In charge of rinvnilm at 7.00 .. Russell H. Stephens, co-chairman, ton pastor In charge. She died Charles H. and Franceslon.
*>n age : D m. on June 1Rhe at door by Mrs. Joelene
Hay of
vice Music will be rendered by home of'her mother with'the Fort Pierce ling program committee. Willie LanierArthur Thursday, July 23, 2 p.m. at home Church NewsThe Forehand Boy July 26. :
Florida. Mrs. Izola '
I 1 choir Bell, Willie Pittman Powell following an extended Illness She Willie Lee and Shelly Herring .
No. t Holy! Communion Rev. A. 1L Hunter
officiating Smith
Mrs. Therealha Williams, Love was born in Gadsden County and annual revival services Is Girl. July 27.
ROXYTHEATRE will be served at both the 11:00: t Smdlelabrai with lighted white Mrs. Ellen Bryant and Mr Hlld- Woodberry and Sam resided in the Seaboard section, being held an Invitation Is extended :
and 7.00; p.m. services tapers and arrangements of white red Rolax Jr captlans of clubs. Sam Love attend. A
were hostesses in the where she lived for several to the public to
I I At 3:00: pm. Rev. Grant and Indlolls[ carnations chrysanthemums room receiving the gifts Mrs. Jr. and Charles Hale will be Incharge was one of the county's years.She oldest Is requested of Here and ThereMrs.
members of the Mt Zion C.M.l!:. and ferns decorated the Marion Bryant of Tallahassee, Fla church. of the youth club of the families. She Joined st. James A. members by the pastor to attend
Church will render service for living room I Introduced the guests to the receiving ME. Church several years ago- this vital meeting. Etta J. Colston and Miss
I II I the General Mission of the church The bride I Is the daughter of line in the living room. The men are urged to pay the Although she was physical disable The Junior choir will stage rehearsal Marlyn Mack have returned from
I Quincy Fla. This service Is an effort toward Mrs Etta Jean Colston of Quin- I Those serving punch were Mrs. tall amount of $5.00 and the women she discharged her obligat Saturday S p.m. Sunday Miami where they were the guestof
Womens Day To each of these cv and Mr. Sammucl Colston of Thelma Powell and Mrs. Willie 12.50More concerning theMen' ions. She lived to the ripe old age, School Supt Jesse King announces their sister and brother In law
II Ii ,I services friends and visitor I are B. hcsda, Md., and Quaker Hill, Lue Francis assisted by the Day Program will be an- four score plus, was always thankful that Sunday School I will commence Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ford and
I always welcome. Conn. The bridegroom is the son bride's aunt Mrs Leila Cooper. nounced. to her creator and associates. 9:45: a.m. Teachers and pupils family. .
i Friday, Saturday Weekly! Activities of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis I Hostesses assisting with servingwere A short program preceded the are urged to report on time. Mrs. Florence Brown report a
July 31, August 1 Tuesday: "Lord, teach us how Sr. of Tampa Florida. Mittens: Janet Johnson, Dodgers Win eulogy. The sons and daughters The Rev. J. C. Sanders and very enjoyable visit with her sinter
I Ito pray" Youth prayer hour Is The bride was given In marriage Gloria Jean Holt Bertha Hollo- of LevI! of which she was a member congregation from Springfield A. and brother-in-law, Mr and
on each Tuesday at 6:00 p,m. with by her father. The bride worea man, Gladys Thiirpen' Hazel Over All Stars performed rites. M E. Church will have charge of Mrs Dave Byrd in Lake worth,
(Sister Barkley In charge This ballerina length gown of bridal Smith and Gloria Merritt. Floor The survivors are: Mrs. Florida service Sunday 4 p.m. This tervice and other relatives In Fort Lau-.
r WOMEN id week we are looking for your silk and chantilly lace over organza tostessess were Mrs. Kranclna Wynn Mrs. Annie Richardson, is being sponsored by Cub derdale, and West Palm Beach.:

d AND A GIRL' child at this hour of prayer TheAdult taffeta featuring a molded Preston, Mrs. Mildred Maxwell The Quincy Dodgers seeking both of Quincy and Laura Three Your support is urged. Florida.
prayer hour Is at 8:00 p.m. lace bodice a sabrlna neckline and Mrs. Bessie Bcncfield. revenge after a act back experienced I Asia, Tampa, eraLe and
sad e with the: deacons In charge The embrolded with pearls and sequins Caterers for the refreshmentswere resently, sloped the Talla-'raise both of Tampa, Louis Cog- Card of ThanksWe METER DISAPPEARS
pastor Rev, Crutcher preaches a and bracelet length sleeves The Mrs Delia Thomas, Mrs. hassess All Stars by the score of man, California and Robert Love, the members of Mrs. Jula
swrdeeeusgsnpfA.tb sermonettt on each Tuesday evenIng bouffant skirt was ruffles of Beulah Byant and Mrs. Pcarlcase ItW. Rayfield "[)eno" Bliss one city sons. Mrs Nancy Henderson Sims family take this method to Raleigh N. C. A motorist
usger./ at prayer service Won't you chantilly lace overlapped by an Mack of the top pitchers pitched a two Johnstown Pa., sister and Edd thank the many friends and neighbors deposited a dime In a two-hour
M come out and witness this fellowship apron front, accented with chantilly hitter. One hit by the rivals was Fain, QuIncy brother. for their services offered and parking meter and went shopping.
In prayer? lace. When the couple left, the bride a fluke, which carmed of the Interment was held In the rendered during the passing of our When he returned in two hours,
J Thursday: Sunday SchoolTeachers Her ballerina length veil of was wearing a two piece dress of pitchers leg. Ellas look great in Springfield Cemetery. Slmms- love one. May God richest bless- he found the meter gone curb
meeting will he held on Illusion was attached to a coronet yellow and green print on white tricking out seven men, and Jackaon Funeral Home In charge. ngs bestoweds upon each of you. painted yellow, a loading tone sign\
l tonight at 7.00: p.m. The lesion ot seed pearls and crystal teardrops line, black accessories and a whitemreage walking only two players. Once Signed: Charles Sims husband, and a $3 parking ticket on his
will be taught and discussed. The was a gift of the bride' bridal nf carnation _from m_ her the lanky Dodgers pitcher was in A&M Season Horace Curtis Sr., son, Rosa L. car. He took the ticket and:
1' deacon board will meet Immediately godmother, Mrs Eddie Lie bouquet. trouble when he Issued a walk, Mitchell, daughter and Dorothy M. story to the dty hall and was
following this activity. James. The bride carried a white The bride Is a teacher at Salem followed by an error loaded the Russ daughter. excused this time.
Friday! Each member Is urgedto prayer book topped with white Elementary School at Greensboro bases t with two out However the Tickets On Sale
attend church conference on miniature carnations and step- Fla- The groom Is a senior majoring next batter grounded out the short Alan
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\1 this Friday night at 7.30: pm. All hanotis. In Physical Education at Fla stop. Freddie Cared and L. J. TALLAHASSEE FLA. Season TWENTY ? By Mover
JAMES BROWN presidents are urged to sec that The bride chose as her maid of A and M University Tallaha_. Hudson supplied the power at bat tickets for the Florida A and
their auxiliaries make full reports. honor her aunt Mill Marilyn Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis Carroll went 3 for 4 at bat Hudson M University Rattlers four home
Choir No. 1 Mack who wore a street length will reside at Polklnghome Village 2 for 3, and T. Simmons 2 tames this season are going for 6W N'7 NE RECENILYM fSfO AF
GREGG ?MN ER and practice r at the church It"7:30 dress of pink organza, over taffn- In Tallahassee for 2. Howard Head turned In a JU.00 according to athletic direct F PrRFECr carayt

...w,.w rw p.m. All members are urged to be ta and carried a bouquet of pink Among the out ot town guest fine job in defense. or, Jake Caliber. /7GN/6o 'NrfiiRfrdr Qr
I present and on time. Let us pray French carnations. Sunday the Dodgers will meet Orders' for the season tickets 1 "
andSteve were Samuel Colston III.
I and visit our sick and shut In: Calvin Lang of Jacksonville, Quaker their cousins, the strong Knights for the 64 season are being taken Oq yASA aoo A cAREdifL
Sister Ola Holland, Sinter Cecils Florida served as best man. Hill, Conn., brother of the bride, of $t. John. In the SL John Park. now. "All orders for season tickets
Reeves Brooks Sister Nancy KapoU and The mother of the bride chose Mrs Margie Davis, Leon Davis; The Dodgers standing 12 wins and will be filled before those for
.Sinter Bessie Long for "her daughter's wedding a light mother and brother of the groom 4 1011''. single gomes" reported Coach
I "The Last I Weekly Thought: Perhaps the blue silk organza dress with a lace of Tampa. Mrs BarbAra Jean Gaither. iiQ fT Rrf
\ greatest difficulty In the whole bodice and matching areewories.Her Wiley of Hartford Conn., Mr. Persons desiring tickets should 1R -
f realm of soul-winning/ Is the In- corsage was of pink French John McKinney of Miami Fla., Jones Simmon :place: their orders now otr: -
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Days ofPompeii" I consistency in the dally life of carnations. Miss Helen Caldwell of Culfport lug a check or money
Miss. Mr. and Willie In Hits payable to the Florida A and M.
tome Christians Therefore, most The groom's mother was dress- lira Bryant Leading !
I men would say with Edgar A. ed In a beige lace sheath and and daughters Mrs. Dolores Mo- University Athletic Association. ; ;
Orders
Guest: matching 'CCC'lI orlf'L Her corsage Ghee, Dr. William E. Howard Mr force Jones and Willie Simmon FAMU should be amlled to the
Joseph A Jones Mr. and Mrs. L. Athletic Association, in =
"I'd rather see a sermon french carnat-
was of yellow are leading the Trojans batting -
In of
Color 0. care Coach Gaither.
hear day: Michael Mr. Walter Douglas SON
Than to one any attack with a5IIt percentage' The n4CA _
I'd rather one would walk with ions.The bride's mother gave a reception Mr. Samuel FIlTgeraM. Mr. Harold Peter Pittman and James Washington -: Rattlers' home games and
Jackson, Mr. Walter High prices by lame are: the Lincoln
Sunday Only Than me merely tell the way. bride's following table the Wit ceremony.The covered Smith, Miss Jessie Woody and batting are 417.tied W.for Charleston second place., and University Tigers October 3, $3.00 GU r-
Central
August 2 The best of all preachers with a white Imported cut-work Miss Shirley Hunter all of Tallahassee W. Carrol are the third and fourth Tctober State 10, $300 College Tennessee Marauders -
State
Florida ;
who live their ,
Are the men embroidered table cloth. Silver place hitters.
University Tigers, October
Bod Cameron and Creeds. dishes of green and pink mints The Trojans defenses attack Isled 3.25; and the A and T College 24
Adrian Booth For to see good put In action were placed on each side of the Treat your car to a safety checkup by: H. Jones R. Smith W. Aggies of North Carolina for LOAYLDZO

Is what everybody needs'IMountain beautiful three-tiered wedding I / before leaving on your trip, Charleston R. Smith J. AndersonW. Homecoming November 7, $3.25.
\ cake decorated with wedding bells says the Peninsula Motor Out,. Summon, R. Pittman, R. Taylor Coach Uiither urges fans to gel u 1M$ 'or '
"Oh Susanna" climbers sometimesget and pink roses, and topped by a AAA. Studies show that "vehicle J. Bulter, D. Butter, with G their orders for season tickets in H/Y4Ef (x'
carried away in one of' miniature bride and groom. At theo allure"; plays large role In highway Charleston and D. Smith, utility early in order to get the best 4''D a 034Y _

:- two ways. end the table was _a silver mishaps. men. __ _lI. Orders will be filled pro- f 228E ,.d am
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IS FOR Cucumbers 4' 7WE 'r eo k ; ,,


I Slicer Variety Cucumbers will ,

be grown in Cadsden County and puns dTi
marketed by the Local $tate
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I Market here In the County. All
I interested farmers will please con-
PRINTING 'tact Russell il. Stephens at hte :. rar
Agricultural Office 111 South
Munroe Street Quincy or call Ma a, y y are.a .
7-8845 between 8:00: a.m. and 4.00
p.m. Please make your contact
Immediately because cucumbers: CROSSWORD

must be planted between August r
1-10 In order to balance with other ACIIOtII XRrrsrtoXlb 30. sub I'J,11a&
LETTERPRESSi crops which will be harvested : Uf u T r. e
future 44 Jnru.ta: Mill r ;
during the and '
season to assure ie ,
s. school dis. -
I successful atnp.ry
a operation ot market 9.Not DOW1T Hwr7LChtth > I
,facilities. All vegetable growersare thy or StPack h10.1tesrct
hereby Incourmgrd to "
participate patriot away
i i and t In this program because It Is it.Bored sa I.Aria tiaN It Number .
,believed to be very profiting. 2L Neu .Spirit / I
I Necessary information will be ) .Torn given you or mailed to you as 1.= s.Bangs and
: soon u you contact me or the duels eaters ft.1a. ......
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Monday NightThe .oatr.c51* 11.Delve 70.PoInUnl 11.J'ocIcW n& j
10.Wander towird devise $1.EquIp
Literature Leiler Heads e Late Tthjum Memorial
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,day evening. I pjn at the office AIa i
I Business FormsS of the Agriculture Extension Sew epcIII 9 .4114.sol I

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Tags and Labels t concrete slab project ot graves I19W .
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the tradgedy and compMJonof : ., Ie
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program by the committee.
Special nvtnolal services and 1O.q. .. ..
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I Missionary Baptist Church, 11 a Taus .. 's .5 a
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IN TUB CIRCUITQAMPBN OItt 8f In tk* Oeuaty et Oad.... and Court oo or .......n .". .> COUNTT ITLTS nut. of Florida acting by and of Au....' A. O. 11... II you :I.i ili.Ur. with tAn htl.'WlodtO A.I'. till .a... to ke Ineerper-
I CLASSIFIED ABC PLOSUDA, through It. City eam.. ..1.*. fall to 4o'ee lu.I.....& kf default ,. I Ia looat.d th.r.- .td ender DIe law ef tk. Plato
ADSRTNt' I aLAaqcy )10. I-ITt ee kli\f to drl.rtil.o Ik. "'IborIt will ke entered .......t thai or Florid OAD4DBN '1IItTI...
NOTiCE (W sUIT ef saId city I. lerae Utllltlea yea for the rll.f d.maaded In (,,) ......... with a firearm loootod If.Rn COMPANY a corporation
THE CITY OP QUINCT. .t Tot N ovonu. (Certificate In tk. ot Complaint and tkvtn any motor vehicle with Its principal b
municipal corporation, ...lovnl. ef MM*** and payable bIJI.I tit Conlplalat or mrM of any kind on the Inc. at $ l'.1: :.f
FENCEINDUSTRIES I'toltttut, .. I 10 both principal and Int.reet. DONS AND ORDCRBIf at premIses of any place of bu.l- XH'VTT, In the State of Florida
I VS.PARCBLL. from the proceed ot the lax Impoe.4 Qulncy, Oodadeo POE 8AIB Brick Tnr I.' ANDRSW V by sold oily on each sodcciey ida, thl* II day ot July, A. IX or at any plans where people ste'oo.rngaied. the Hit day ot July A. I>.
raiold koa I Iath. ANDREWs iUXJiaK A pUl'<'h... of electricity, I.... public III, >\\au. to h* filed In lbs
WlENf: : ., Locus*, KHrh.n-Dlnlngi btdroona 1 ANDRl I'll' tiered er bottled gas (natural. (BAD) itrwt. .....,., thoroll.hr...., way office of tko Bretry of Plato

Doom Comblntd Patio Utility and T.AC lota oereJeIJen.rMondaaU.. llau.fied petroleum' aa* or m.n- CIBirKBOFrCIHCUIT ur park.SUCTION. of th* Slots of Florida, the documentary .
.Roots. Carport, Paved Drive.way. I ufact.r.di and water .rvlc. COURT.QAPIDBN .. No por.on color authority requires .n..
'1'.... btdreom Hum central beat (gas). THE STATE OP rtOmPA within Ih. corporate limit ef COUNTY. FLORIDA h. ass of It ,..r. .h.U. ke. Ice Bectloo 101.IT, .Florid
0. hou. Som.turnt.hsd 12$ N. Stewart St QIII"oJ'. TOi Parc.ll Andrews2oi raid < Ity, and to dtrmln Ih. By Doua-Ui 5. OweniLpety I".." the tlm ., unt and th* Klotiit., ihewlna-* dlmltitlon.
nl.t.ly located pho..* MAle '.$741. 1'.1"1 NO Wa.hlngien Avo legality ot the proceeding bad Cl.rkCharlton tlm. of unrlea, have In his pin- of .uch oerporatlon.
,,, paved Street t block from New' Grin., .... L. Pierce
*04 1.11011 ptellmii.ry to and nulon, cuatody or control any
bow, therefore, tile frnvrmrfat
W. Munro School .
[leer- 1 Qh.r:7It noMfiol that I. connection therewith and loll Soot J.ffereon Street'raliahuoa's firearm on th. preml.o of anyplace Mtal 4no hereby. .
...n. t. antenna. .I.trlo kitch.a. FOB SALE a :. agaBM you *e>klni a decree at this Court to.alld.l. Florida of bu.lnw. ..ner.II, outh .. In certify
Ih. forecnlnr altihil ke I isootiofisd
|7| per month t nil '2-;t4 In the above entitled *, and Attor". for Plaintiff
and confirm Ih* pro- ho public or at any plawhore .. .
ulnf W or IIT-I7IT sitar JI I Bedroom Homo Low MONEYDOWN that yoa ar. required :11 year iwedtoae for .Id oo.tlflcalaa and July II. t*. Aug. 4. lISt people are ooncr.fated, or Ih law that have the b.u.qoinen.oeisif

p.. Dow Payment Low aniw.r wllk. the Clerk of thl.Court coil ...1111...,.. whas I..u.d p.r.acunt 00TIlE on any public atre.t av.itu, .lIh. *" compiled
Monthly Fiymenta. rioaao and to sorTs o copy ta..... Ib.r.to, slut &aId polullon110w IN THB CIRCUIT COURT CIR- thorouahfaro, way or park, IN WITNESS WHEREOF t
RBNTl on* torn bedroom ajJCOND JUDICIAL ,
..... t.. log Already Norman of upon the Plaintiff or the havIng boon preusntod to OAU81XWOOI1NTV BCTIUN I. Every ultloar stab. h.v* kcreunt **t my hand anj
ghome for one ked Arranged Plalntlfr ottorney, wiles. same ibis Conrt *nd the Cnnrt beIng CUlT; IN AND FOR tnt an arrest for violation or hue
affUtd the
room boots for 110.01 p.r mouth MeMUIaa. 1010 Mac and adilree. I* Alton M. Tewl.a fully abbot In Ih* premla.'; yt.ttNItlA.IN the provl.lone bonsai ahall I.k.po. Poole of llreat Bel ef the.

with pollehd oak tloors. til* Bella DrI".. tfMISCELLANEOUS I Bex 111, Qulncy, Florida not IT IH tlKIIRRKl, ADJUIMIKDnd I-HANCKRY N'UI *..*.bIn <>f all flrearma found **.. the Oapltai Florida, thIs I at th Tallah.TWBM.TY .
kltah. and HI mod- KINANCH *
batb and !later than the IT day of Auluat.lnt4. MtCKKKD that the State of MODKHN HOMES II In such vehkrlea or In the poie .. FIRsT
.nl.n.*.. T. B. Fltcbr. UP TO 36 MONTHSTO If you fall to do .. a I'"- Flnrlrta through the atate At. COMPANY .lon of the penon arr.it. 1005 d.y of JULY. A. a
//Swrtor* Fie, Pbo.. HI I. ores Pro Conf...o ...11I11. satirod tnr., ef the lecond Judicial a Florida .rporat.on. end deliver them t,, the (Chi. (ill IrA I.)
illU 5 r HI Mill. : PAY .g.ln.t tk* relltt - Circuit of Florida, and the ..*..r.aI IlsioUff of Police of the City who shell TOM ADAMS
nianded rUtll ..' properly own.ra taipayen, .. retain the oame until after tho of Stats
> ...It I* to fOl'O<'lo.* C.rt'lcat. of Itlimi and attires having or WIIXIAM OLIVER CRUMPTONand trial of the perooo .....t.. aai |I jeeretary IINOTICB
W ft:9)ReInott5l5ixtihe FREE ESTIMATES Ind.btedne.i No, ...1.11 leu.d lulmlnt any riant, title 0' In.r.t hi. ..II.. I \I'CIIILI.II1UNI'TN ixf.ndaata. Ih.r.aft.r euth ftr.urllos.hall I'NMCH: FfCTITIODB"
the Commlulon of the Its lrMd handled aad 4tap by City In property lo b. affrtdby | NAMB LAW
FOR RENT .manuala.D.W. Writ Plus *.**ra| radio CALL City ot yulacy, Florida 81'l cn siLl lesson of ..rlif teal.. NOTICM' OF Ji'\RIOCU'1llI'JlE SUITTOI of .. I* provided for ky NeotlonTl I. Notice I. Hereby lIves that

Oad.d.n County Tim.Bo.P". */o the following d.ecrlbed r.al or to k* act.d In any way III )lORT\lAlllO OUVKKCHUMrNT : .01 ef the Florida! lalut the unil.r.laned. d.ilrlng to en.
It WILLIAM
In the City of Qulncy,' ..by b and Sb. appllcabl. prtnvi.itouwhloh of In bu.lnen.
property they or* each rage under the tie.
Modem I Bedroom nnfure- 627-8661 Oadid. County, Florida trohy reiiulred lo .h.... ..rau*, and hi. wife KttTICLLICCRUkll'TON are *dn>pte4 n.rby and In. 1111,,". name ot Jitney Jr, No I,

Inked Apartment Located. B.gln In the BV/ corner of If any th.re be b.t... tkla Court '.. William (III.., ('.UIIIP' oorporated kereln. by retenoce :'_lOd at the ....... of W..|
Duplex II 111 W. Waihlnc- TV SERVICE that certain lot d.acrlbad In I on th* nth day of A.cuit lilt, kVlelle Crumpton arehereby th.rettt.BkXTIIW' J.fT.r.on and (2 ray.. p.ir.et, in
1 QuIncy. FloridaSHIRTS died from James Cary and t toe o'olock A. 1C. at th. Court ton and 4 Any person who th. City i>f Qulncy. Florid. In.
ton. Within walking Alt- Jane Cary to H.muolV..h- hocus In qulncy, Florida, why noilded that a tvmplalnt ehall vkil4. any of the provlelan t.nrt in rvgl,00r if,, cold name
tale of ahopa. Khool and lntoo A Bapsini All HakM bites dated Ueomb.r II, the prayer ef said petitionKhould to lorecloie cilIate descrIbed mortg.g. onth et this Ordinance up.. wMk th* Cl.rk ef tote C1w.lt
churchea lltl and .ppearln ot record not b* crant.d and why following ptuperty .II.I.Iloft .tboro"' shell b. pun. 'our& of dad d.it County, Florl.
./.ta f40MMAOC3 In I'm "N'1 pet 411 of th* th. proco.dlna. (or laid c.rtltl- to-wlti l.hed a* '...Id.d by Section I.' d.I
Publlo K cord. ot O..d.d.n On.-fourtk II) acre, more or of Ih* Cod of Ordlnanc of the
al.i and said eertlfkiat wkan
Call eZVTiet during bail- RADIO It I County, Florida and th.nca le.u.d pur.u.nt thirst should I I.... of dim.".Ion. 101 f..t by City nf Qulnoy, FliHlda.RUCTION :. 21117 II. Au. t t 10 IIf.
tea hour, or K7-6294 after run loot: 14* fe.t North ItS not be valldatod and oonflrm.d 101 fool In th* Hotilh.a.t guart.r I. It w lbs Int.nt ofth

I ,.... TV SERVICE toiL W.pt ISO f..t. South 101 O5 thorn pray.d. of Ih* uthw.t uu.nor of of City Commlolon and of Ih.
fort lo point f bellnnint.WITNESS AND IT IH FUKTHXR ORMCR- the NerlhWMt Qu.rl.r (HK| City that thIs Ordinance amend UW TO AFGH\SIKTA't:
551 lIMe JsI0eeesTREItOREMOVEDOFHrnb. : : hand sod. ...1 !VIa, ADJUIXJICD Lilt DKC'KRICDlh : KM: of NWI of Heitlon II. the Cede ef Ordln...... .. t.rTil Th Admhili trallon tins
IWe.t
I I of old Court at Qulncy. ,lorldo, .t the Cl.rk ol thu. Court b. Town.hlp I North, loose of Qulncy, Florida ond k. llIfII'I'I'oI'd
912 ISTATI thli I day of July, u... and h* I* h.r.by required te alv. Uidwt.n County, wdm.d. for Imlualon tkemtn I 7.7 mllUim a"'"n to help the
.I Se.l e( Cl.rk nolle of turk binning ky ..... h.lnc:: o part of, -and. I'lurld"l IHICTION I. That Ohio 0.11111' Aldan ttngrtiim nl AfRhanlslan nnanco >
land of
trlmm.d. C.II Johnny 0...... ot Circuit Court) Ini a eoinr of thl. order and rulenl.l from rl.h the d.nribed In ince .hall Oaks lmmeitla olfwlj. a loss hlJlltwa1 In Ihrlr
I a
: Fdwlit Baur an mrancy ma.nr upon
.n.anl. : to ke puMl.h. In till Qadiil.n
tf II fl.rk Circuit Court SIred to reid HmiMm l>..rri.hfn I Its adoplKin. ... approval, the growing wad nrfwork, whirls' It
FOR BALE! County Tlm.a a n.wipap.rpubll.h.d .m II. K. R.d.ton.. and his' sli.n of public bring built, by th* Unllnl -
111 Champion I By Mary V. Me** I In saId county and of Immidlat p..n "
INSURONCI Tradiwlnd' II ky 10 foot two I 'I Deputy Clerk .m.ral I circulation In .Id olt,. wlfa, L)ul>. U K.d.ione. reonrd.d, dat.d inI.ilfiriol I ruce. property, k.allk and .*(.- nil the SoY Irt Union. A trawler
and
Iroom koantralUr. Xxollnt July I. II. II. to ItMOTICH .... April II, Ull : It.INTnontioBli.
I condition. N.asona bly prlotd ___ 'oons.cullyi ono. each w..k for al \ throe! Reuorda Hook II, 155 In span eaelon tlrrvtmr "t'.t fibre Iran toward

5$7.t5I& ti TO CREDITOR: week prior to said Ill In lOis Publlo Hecord olUaii.dcn of Ik* City Oommluloo .. the PaMMan sill bo trgvrHiig attrrnately -
tl .__ __ __ I and I' Ulh day of Augmt 1144, Ih* first' Bloridsi) She .
Counly
O'UnA'TATUTES ef Florida Ik* .
publication lo ke al least *lgk.n Clly: Qulncy, on ret amtlona built by Amr,
}n the Court of lbs Countyudaa ..>. day prior la saId date. aid hu.ln dMMirlked I err' ITth laO ef July, lOSS, rant and by Ruwlitna
PANTSLAUNDERED more er Ioe! b.mg furth.r and los nf th.CHy .
I Oadid.n fnunly, Flurlda, AMT> IT IB FURTHKH ( 'ioR" I'AIWMl: I soponso.
FOR SALEBy In Prohal No. till RD ADJlltXlEI, !: ) ANl) DBCRBKD: more paMUularly .o.lb..I a. t'ommle.ion of lbs CII, of
In rot E.lat of that by urh publication of Ihlairdor follows, lo.wlti Conini.nclnf al gulncy, Flnrl'la, on th* ITU A heart rnuafl roll that fan'
THOMAS W, GREEN and rule nl.l all properly the MouthM.t ourn.r ..t the dup nt July, I HI.ti Inks Iii own photograph hiss bmdrvel
FOB RENT DTM..d. af ...ald u| ot Iltl ef NW|
owner who hu quit driving ow.."., tu ..II..... end o.i
FLUFF DRY IT. All Creditors and P'rioca' ... having pa.r., and running th.nce We.t for a Preddlno Offlc.r lbs ClCommlMlon ( xd by three Unrventlty otFVrMa
.. t> *r cl.lmlngany dl.lance vf 10* f..t to lbs haot\ 7by011'SiOo.HILL
H ln, Claim or *m nd* of o5Qoino'y
MEXICO BEACH due rlglit, till or utmost In saId
111
to health.
I Aaalnal aid, Eetatel POINT (III' BMOINNINO and PIstil.AT'fLI' -
city or the th.r.ln, "
You aol oartt 0' you .r. b.ro.b property Soalh castro r of the I acre.more ; r ta.
I.... .has 1M ft. tre. woopo'sodle. 1110 CHEVROLET SEDAN REPAIRSALTERATIONS notlfl.d and r.qulr.d to pro. .hall be oenaH.red a* and are or l..a h.r.ln d....rlk d. 11' Creeo
New 1 ....... Itaplee.ttsss. .nt any claim and .....ond. mada..ponIes defendant I.to Ihlroc. ; From the Mid IMI NT or BM- Cl.rk of lbs my of Oulncy and
aiee,l.gt 0-.d- 4 Door and whlck. you or lth.r of you, m.y > dlni, and that Pourihall OINNINII, run th.'.... North fora Cl.rk of the CIty: Qom.iestestbnronf .
have of
t.s for ...... Complete h a.soalea t th* eatain of Jurl.dletlon th.rto dlatance of one hundred live It
klt>-hM. ...t... ...-.** ........ Standard Shift heater blue Thotnai W. Ur..a 4.oa4, late tho .m. eil.nt a* If name (Ilk) '.'lIlhOllo. run W..t fur __
Will reel for P4800 pr work.Cull of paId County. to th* C""n', as d.fendant In a4 politic*. & riiatftne nt .... kuadreil, five KOTICB OTNIOhO TOCTITIOUINAMI ; DRIVE IN
.. ,_.. .r ..1. Iamo. and white, good Urea perfect ,Judc of Gad.d.n County, VI.rl.I. nd. In.r.onllypsr.d wIth proc (IOK) 1..li! tii.,,;. run South for LAW
MORROWDRIVE da, al III. offlo In th* oourt Ihl* eauve. a ,dl.unc of one hundred flv. NoISes' le ..."b, Olv.n tII.. I
condition with only 11,000 actual hou.. of said County al Qulncy, liONS ANDORI'KRRDat: : Qiiln.cy ll.ki f.ti ih.nc run 10,.., fora the sedseniused. destriog I. 0,5'
: INCLEANERS rinrMa, within us l oalrd.rmontk. I n.t., Florida, Ibis Illk day ot July ......* .. on* kundred. five 0o5> In ....111.... .* mile 1000. from the time of thefI"t M IBM) foot to the J'OLNr OFRICdINNINa I Jitney Junala at FtteSaUJuly
publication ot this ...tI *. Hugh Taylor I *.n.mwt JotsteenI 'Ire.!, I

11W: I 4'3; : : tI1 I _. _MM. A Crow_ Two m.nd oopl.a shall of he ark 111 wnititsf claim or. and d.. Circuit July Judge II. ... Aug. I It :\I'p.rc.1 koine of the moat m*prop.ny and Id.all a*!!' 1,0,045, the City Is r.aist.r ef Qulncy She oaid, Flnrld name 31, Aug. 1

I Dr. W.R.LambertlOOS.MadloSt. .b.U iiola the plan. or rositlonceond IN TUB CIRC't'IC'OIIR' ? IN conveyed lo Mortgagor herein'I wISh Ohs ('int'l 51 Situ (melt I I
SALESMAN Cu. POlt offi .lIdr... 01 the AND FOR UADII>BN OOt'NTI. In Warranty l>..d doled Jaory ..u. f'''''.& of Ondudse l.t,. '1... Double FeatureGunfight
WANTED In ,.Ialmant .nd .b.1I b. sworn toby V.ORln.IN! CMANCIRT.: III! a* krd.1tr.li! Ida,
need rvlce Qulncy or .ll : :
*
tomti full the ol.lm.nl, his' acent, 0. NO. SIlllIANKlIRd Record* J. Q. KELLY

Dtcatur time Earn Co,IS Geora-le II hourly and or writ part up.for Phono MAli 71310Qulney. HOMESIlnosberry filing attorniy f.*and ef aceomeanl.d. by.".h a COMPANY NATIONAL LOll INSURANCK p.g..*of 11-11 Uad.d.n In the Oounly PublIc, WInrIdal H.oerd. -- _July-'"._A jrJ.jl J!__ 55 Al

Information 005 or claim or d.m.nd sot oo fll.d a eorporatlon.HAROLD and I* th* earn and Identical !- WOTICB! I'NDKR' FICTITIOl'l: '
I). C. Threat. 1411 N. Revs, Tat.haooo101 Florida shill b. void.hiyrtls Plalfttlff 101 fool ky III food panel hAMS LAW ,

.. It II 10 It I D. Orson er lot of land en which Modern Nolle' I* IUr.hr tllv.n Ih.tal O.K. Corraland
I. A. EIO"ulrla of the Tact Will YB iol 01, ot al, Homes Oenetraolloo Oenpanyha the sniiensieosd. ...Irln, Is OIl.
and T.ttmnt of Thomas W. .r.ndau. creeled, er I. sporting, o eats I" .....ft... mdci the fic.
Gr..., lI.c..d 1 NOTICB OF P.HIT .II.' frame dw.lllng tithes ,.mo of Ji000y JP. No. I
BUSINESS :Pint yt.hliration 2010 15. 1006.ItAEDNEII .' TIll! STATS OF FLORIDA for, and al the behest ef, laid Somber III K..I Jotte ass
EXPANDINGSUPERMARKETS AtfHOUNCEMEHTSFRIGIDAIRE AND LIhQulnry *. TOi Harold V... and Wanda Morta.aor h.r.la. .t....., la the City of Qui,...,,
Florida V..., hi. wife, and If not has bases fll.d g.ln.t you and Florida, Intendi to r'al'ter Ih*
.......i i Attorn.y for CiMutrlS: now ........4 sacS lo the ye* are required lo serve opy said nemo wIlls Sos n.rk ., the
July II, II 10, Au*. INOTICB U .,, th.lr r.pctlv ".. of your An.... or ri..dln to Circuit court ol Uad.d.n County, Last! Train
known .00....0, and, th.lr the Complaint en the pielntlfl'satlsesep Florida
Greenwoodd : FOR BID ..., otlv. nknwn hairs Richard: W. Brvln, III, KELLY
Needs ExpertfllCd I Notice I I. h.r.by f l..n that the d..I...., .ran I.**, cr.dltora, 200 tad 'Board of Crusty Oomml.alon.r.of treat.o5, and all partlH Florida soil file the
Managers la Grocery Oadid.n County, Florida will Ialoulsg Inter*.!* ky, original A...... or Pl.adln In << UNIiRR Ft'iiTiOtIS
I r.c.lr. bids for u..d oqulpm.nt threoch. unto, or uualn.tlanoid the office of the Clerk of theCircuit NAME IAW
Meat and Frame Sunset Acres up to Il:0 o'clock X M. Amu.t ) Voa. and Wanda Court en or k.for lAs NetS... I. Slushy. Olv.n SInai
ZENITH T, IMI to.wlti V..*, hIS wile, who are not lltk day ef Assent, '"" If you the .und.relin.d dxlrlni lo evg. Sunday
On* (II Model D loamaii Pulvlmli.r '..0.11 to he ilhe. .... all to 4* a.., 4gml ky ... .. In hu.ln. ends Ik. fl**
partnwnta, CLARK PLEMMONS or silos. and all parti*. fault will kc tabs ...In.I you utlou name .f Il.ip-B.lfy Mun. Aug. 2
'Thl. equlpm.nt nay k* *.., buying .r rioinuing to ha.. for the rollot .m..d.d II tho dry, al nutnb.r lit Raal J.ffer.
trite Rex Ieo '110.. MAla 7-1811 and .....lnd at th* O d.d.n any right, nil, er Int.rMt Complaint sos klreot. In lbs Cltr of Qul*-
SERVICE County Road Dep.rtm.ut, aoutklorida. In the property keln* for. This sit-tn. shall ha ,."II. .. ,cy, Florlil:, Intend to r.gin.r I Double Feature
Gad... County Time Adam. Surest Quinn?, lo..d In this suit all whoso 0"0. sach w..11 for 'our U"_' lbs saId .m. wllk Ike Cl.rk at
I m.tl kid b* .ald and ... oa.arsu,knewn. olive asahi la the Gadel.n the Circuit. (,,,..ra of O.d....
.d or ..T..:* lo the ottlc.f I You are k.r.by. nollfl.d that S Coon Tim.. County, Florid :Rock A
WELL DRILLING th* Clerk of the Dirult Court mil has kn filed ...1.., Oil LOINS! and ORDERED" Qul.. J. 0. SELL Bye
MA1B HELP: WANTEDlien.: StwMfXnt Young's or (d.i1.n County, Florid, and Wallop A. Jernlian and y, Florida, this II day of J"ly. .1.10. Au(. i, u, i* StCLItTtrio'ATlt
..t, eobr grocery or moat cut Th. Hoard .......* th* right Claire C, J.rnlg.n, tl. Ith ri'i 'om.I..nt.IJTluN
Featuring I Complete t. rollO' and all Bid. abov .nlltl.d ullf"a : .
t.r that !. willing to work and any Scowls BaurSlwk Babyand
want to lit ahead. AIM *xp.r. Llao of Doming; Pump tot Wlin... my hand and ...I this that you are II.,. roq.lr.d t. I of th. Circuit. Court.
lanced man In .roo.rr and meat Homo Irrigation. !|Ut day of July 1114. rue your ....w.r with th. Cl.r dn County, Florida 'M 'PItS NAMe' AHO
or II" TICS
BOARD OP COUNTTilONSRH roll"I' of this Court, and t ....
to train for eup.rvlaor. Writ a By ./ isnuelsa 5. liner '
Box lOOt, Car of Lk City Re' We OADaDCN OOUNTT Gop th..f epon the ,1a1"lIft atpiaintifrs Dopusy Ci.rS. t rrV: JTr AVI' TOSS DTAU

pm'tor, Labs City, TIn..hoIy .D'I.r.I.- 7JJY.ROSAHARDWARE rl..ollIDABYI etlamnops. w h sac I RIchard W irvIn, Ill TO AU, TO WHOM TRIOS
Ii, It It bays the. ? led will Bsor. Clark ..m.. sod address 1.1 John 5 fep Pisatiff
*1,1005 that won. inolalm.d. Pay CO. AnV Juiy II .nll 10. 55450 Roqu.more and Gray C. Ham "o.r ritRaicwTi HULL COMB' ,
repair bill $1455. Thou. asachinosars 1 eaur, 111 Marnelt National auk la, Aug. I. II, II-StCiRDINAIN'IO (Ill h.PC'IiNiIIWbsneas I Don't Give Up

SALE I" ..U.n& .IIap. Writi1' 1420 South Stun,.. St.Tallahaiaoo. IN THB Clm-l'IT COUHT IN BuIldIng I Jaekeonvlllo. Florida I
FOR MO III
t : .ru .; ':. : Florida AND FLORIDA FOR OADSVKN COUNT!. .":415t5e this Ausuel fctk A. D, : AN OHOINANCM AMBNDINOMCT10N ? ':IJLKr.. QUI"CI.I!

HOUSES .. ol.. ... .t I MMOOT 101 IN CHANCKRT. MO. I-ITI If' yea fall t -*, Decree BVIUilNirOIMtl lit I ItO THB PBNTAINLNf BATIONAL .. ""I\t All ..,ITIf. QUINCY. The Ship
VKRM tonfeae
Pro :
SatireS 'l.ctn"lI.
) Tit APHBAIM FH M QtlINCY.1:
I. corporation .
.aaln.t for tke relief
you do. VISE PMTBUnN' or TUB S'tAhSliIA
Plalnllff.
BUILDING I ... mended la tke Am.nd.d Com. B FOR SALE plaint.the. ...
I. C. DELOUCHMf .. .!., IT M4ACTkll 51 TIIBINCOPLJ
nature .f .M alit ,.1.
.
Defendant*. OF TIll CITY tiFO.UINOVI
l-Bedroom Concrete Block en LEON rtrvrtepj OF StIlT for fareolo.ure ef that aerial I
THB STATS OF FLORIDA I mortgage encumbering property SuCTiON I. Thai BerlloH 1171ef ,I LEAF THEATRE
HOUSEoak REMODELINGCALL MOBILE HOMES TOt O. pelouokry, and If war. ,.Ituate la lbs County et Gad*. th. National Building (,'.,.,
.1. his unknewa wife I and, duo Plan ef Florida, ..-.111 adopted ky Ihl. t'hupt.e1. I.
vnknownk.lre Bait Ferty.flv. (Ill food *( ......do4 to read a* folio.i
title
noon eabreto rootkwar f aloa Borrteo I r..p.ollve diniasot, (rant.ee..ndltcr. Lot |..r.. It). Wa.l Flfteea ale I Appoals Sinus 4...IIIft. Phone MAin 7-6885
I (Is) F..I of bet Bla tl>, St OPtS hoard PP..I. Any
and all
Sawaira Club It C. BOWMAN Vow Moon VarUtto. parties ,staIning trtiete.. .nto.aoto Bleck Vms (|>, Bar*. AddiII. penn ir .:!..' iolallp er

flUO by through, ondr oralnat ., I. lbs tows *f (Chalt. ....ally, .anrlev.4: ky any 4..
442-2935 Gird,". Coneor. SlowarL koockee Florida a. the lam cl.hm of the board of Appeal,
.. O. O IXIouek
Call Lewis E. Porch Klco sloan Used TraUon aol If mut.4. hi. onkn.i ROTk"FiiblleM> Is,rlJ} Of aoy taipayer, er any effker.d.perlm.nl Thur.. FrL SaU July 30.31>Aug. 1

r .dI0'WId. wife. wk* ar* ant knew t* board or benoseths ef
INVMIBLB KBWIAVINO Burna k* ilth.r d.ad or siiv fc aad Oad.4.1 cOII.tl' Florida, sit.nate a.v.e eiss body ef aaldotoelelpollly

MAIn 7-8770 !Cuts, T_.. Urine your iarmuni -I w. toad for lunOruro 01 all partl.i h.vlnc or il.lm- Twn, of rkttlakoarthee blngj In the, may -."nl t*
lag w k ih5, till. tk* nreolt Court P.IIIIUH fur
If to MIM Aetna RMTM. aarlhlof ol TaJuo avisnym County ef o.. Writ ef C.rllnrarl
.01 W. King 81, Ph. IIT-T4H UAnyon : 5i lnt r.t la th* pr.p.rly .f ef a
and
: florid.
helm a part
I k l.( forali' *d I* this .ult, duly verified. e.Ul.a forth Ih.l
miklna a trip via. Au- I w. Haro KOOL SEAL all who. nieldenoon' are ... ef Sentloo Thlrty-thr (III, luck 4ecleio: I* In Whole
tomobllo to Hoanok or Rl-l>- Tewn.klp$ Foor (II Monk, .. I* part ipeeXrlna' the
FOR ALB 41 Acne Land T
mom hou. with bath. Located mood Vlrvlnl on oc about the U. .. 00 M mOo wott ofTalqula '?ut.rohi .otl,... thai ssell R.ng dig W.... .roind* ef ISIS lll.gallir In Site

five mil* wit of Ore.nebore. Isis of Au.i .t sod will ba IBB.TaUahaaaoo. bsn beau filed aaala.1 I y. ...WITNESS any baud and Cbs 55*mOran S wimm the tIme
of .aid Court
room for one po..n..r willIni I 'and Walton A. Jrnio oad ol Qalasy.IS ky tko Florid
Bin ('h..t... Rout. 1, Pan Ml, Covk4e4 1.1.IICTIUM
lne'lul' II II, Id It to char tr svehianslp.nsoO; MorUa ClaUs C. J.rnla**. his. wits I* : .;:" day 5 Jely. *
___ contact Louio UrtCfiiit ; the akov .ntltltd *a.**i and o .. ti I. tk. lilt.". of
Jtl'lT. Adams at, g Inry, Flor that yes or. N.r.by rpouicad lo (Circuit Cued IssI) Ih. City ('....1..1"" a4 ef I..
Its.. call MAln TII.. tl till Woal T._ rue yr ...Woe with the Cl.tkot EDWIN SAtINClerk ('it' that this lp4inaoo5 aotoead
I thIs .. 55 lbs IrieIt C.ert the .. 54 Or4incea f
Court, a d to serve a sop, Clip *
FOR SALE pboM sai-osoi th.r.of .... lbs plaintiff .r By Ma...,.?. V. Muses Q.lnry, Florida, aad ke (edified
pl.lntlfr. tlory, wb *. .t, Clef for ln.... .* Ikerelo.KCTMiN .
CAPITAL PUT CONTROLCMtrol naaiM aad address lit John klRoumoro July II II M, Af d 4tirv I. This Ordinance

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lie THI (WIltS? (OPTICS
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('IIAHI'I&R' ?'4k f-lll ..>f lbs ClIp ('_.100'"* et Ike
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Coat... will k* ."t.r.I aialnttyo ruintirf ef
todroonoi.-. enparato COLLECT Be..... in a..aa. for the ..11., ........04 lo .... fhlI.: .... _. loll ef lbs. ,

dining room, oak floor*. 114OmeVboro ... ... _... lbs And.d Complaint. MATTIB thINGS tIS'OLDWINS, City Cewm lbs ,,
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Bcdrooma redwood tldlnc, >lt at* I* Ih* County *f Oad IJOTTIS 141 DiXON, nfur.nr SOften of Ik* CHylemiiiiMio
.... mat .f rinrM lo-wltt Jl4tsel$0, ALHKItT JOHNWlM.WIUJPJ ( ef Ik. thy of
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ONE STOP 1 w.s Ioff_ lIon,.. Addition M tk* T.wo MrTTB' WV'HU. ROMPJKTKrrNA a. ;. tome
I Bedroom, eoMTMd Work, : .f Chall..._...*, Florida, aoMBI
florida rosin atUlry. room, ..... I : appcaro *f r*> rd<] JUHMNIII KEENAN, HOHBMTAN .'.-.k >f tk* City CommlMloo I 1 KIDDIE SHOW
port. rntral fceatU oak For AU Your n*< aVMii, P...,.* piMMdof & ..ltl. SEinSAIS thrnof IIViSf
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floats II (Urea Dii,., Oak VITAMIN AND ( *, lyln* and helps l*> WPI'IO'* OsfesdaSto OMf'INAMCB ff>, HAM
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I HEALTH FOOD of 0ad..*. and aiat ISLI bizutlI: FIREARMS ABI'TIIM MAVIN't,

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trod best aid air condlttoiitap Health roo4aMIM 5 the oorlkw! *. Httmttt A t.r/' TP.OI .
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    block hams sme floinI FlORIDA w have IMItk ., ifll TowavklpTkree .. e.
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    Men,.. loOssi, Co0 $31sailset. _*.. ., Ma4 Clues au- Otreeda.FoOtloose III .soth. Basis FeorII o rexll .....- o4 lo .54.
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    sad 010&1 55s00 puss. ot msaeai peepemy ansars eM offeMlee MMvMMWelp spas AT LEAF THEATRE BOX OFFICE
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    l'' BED SPREADS ELECTRICBLANKET ENTIRE STOCK: MEN'S MEN'S WORK PANTSTuf

    Morgan-Jones Encore STRAW HATS

    t Hobnail Spreads Double Bed Size, ingle Control Nut. Type One r r $5.29

    White and ColorsPIECE ---$4.99 Now $9.99All 1/2 PRICEBACK
    Tuf Nut Army Twill -- $4.29

    GOODS Spring and Summer TO SCHOOL SPECIALBOYS'
    Men's
    DRESSESReduced SHIRTSBoy's
    Values to$1.99,including SUITS and SPORT COATSCuff
    ,
    Polished Cottons, $137 Tapered Shirts Values to $3.99
    Sheers, eyelets Tarn.- SHOP EARLY to_Less ALL than SALES Cost FINAL NOW$2.59 EACH or 2 for $5.00TOM ( Alterations Free)
    SAWYER KNITS, NOW.
    SPECIAL--------
    Values to $1.49 Sizes 4 to 10 $1.00BOYS'
    Includes Prints by Bates
    and Peter Pan, Drip Dry 97 e Dresses Up to $12.95 $5.00 $39.95 SUITS NOW- ---$29.99
    PANTS
    No Iron Now-----

    SUITS NOW .. .$35.99MEN'S
    Large Selection Slim Style $45.00
    All $1.00 Values In Prints Dresses Uup to $19.95 $10() 00
    Sheers, etc. All little 6 7c Worn Wither Without Belt
    or No Iron NowGINGHAMS ---- SPORT COATS

    Sizes 6 to 18 $377MEN'S
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    PLAIDS Dresses Uup to $39.95 $15.00GREAT
    and CHECKS, 79c to $100WOOLEN'S
    $1.00 Values, Now- 2 yds and BOYS' JEANSTuf $35.00 and$25.00Coats, NOW $15.99
    REDUCTIONS ON
    Nut Western Cut 13-14 Oz.

    BATHING SUITS SHORTS MEN'S BONLOM
    54" Wide Boy's Sizes 8 to 18 ? $3.39Men's
    SUMMER LINGERIEUMBRELLAS STRETCH SOCKS
    100 % Wool

    Sizes - $3.79
    New Fall Colors-r-. $199 2 PAIR $1.25MEN's

    Men's KnitSHIRTS
    BATHROOM NEEDSTowels 10 Rib Slim Style SHORT SLEEVE
    $1.99
    SPORT and DRESS SHIRTSValues
    by Fieldcrest and Con. $2.99 Value
    All Colors Solid or Fancy --r $199 to$5.00 NOW
    With Collar & PocketGIRL'S

    BAITH SIZE 88e 2 for $5.00
    LADIES SHOES WEAR

    HAND TOWELS -e 59C
    Right out of the Summer Stock BOYS' SPORT COATSSizes
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    Girls' DressesValues
    GROUP 1 ALL Our Better StylesIn $3 99
    BATH CLOTH- 29C to $6.93, NOW M 12 to 22

    Pat. Bone, Girls' Dresses Now $11.99MEN'S
    $890 $5 99
    SOLID COLOR Navy White NOW __. Values to $9.98, NOW- .

    CANNON! TOWELS22x44 GROUP 2 SUMMER LOTS Valuesto Girls' Dresses$14.98, NOW $7.99 SWIM WEAR

    2 FOR $1.00 &
    Values to $12.99 NOW $690OTHER GIRLS' SWIM WEAR
    WALKING SHORTS
    2 Piece
    SELECTED GROUP
    BATH SETS $1.88 GROUP OF $2.00 GREATLY REDUCED!
    ALL GREATLY REDUCED!
    " NON SKID RUGS $2.88 DRESS SHOES FLATS MEN'S SHOES

    Foam Back 27 x 43 SANDALS GIRL'S BLOUSES

    SHEETSFoxcroft S1.90S2.90S3.90S4.90CHILDREN'S LARGE $100 FLORSHEIMS
    GROUP
    Muslin $24.99 and $21.99 $18.80
    p Guaranteed 100 Washings SHOES I DOWNSTAIRSDISCOUNT

    81x99 $19.99 __ $16.80
    72 TWIN x 108 FITTED $1.78 SANDALS$259 DEPT.

    $2.99 to $3.99 ValuesDRESS $6.99 and$8.99 DRESSESGood OTHER SHOES

    DOUBLE FITTED $1.88 $299 Selection Now $4.00
    STYLES. $1759 $15.80
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    CASES - 88c $4.99 to $5.99 Values Sheets, 81 X 90 $1.00

    Bathroom Rugs 88c $14.99 and $15.99 -. $12.80
    MATTRESS PADSTWIN DRESS STYLES $499 -
    Foam Back. 24 x 36

    FLAT - $2.57 S.99.to $7.99 Values Bath Towels 3 for 8Sc $11.99 and $12.99 -r. $10.80
    20 x 40 Fancy
    OTHERS AT $9.80 and $8.80
    TWIN FITTED $3.87DOUBLE Men's Cotton Twill
    - GIRL'S HOUSE SHOES
    Pants __ $2.55 AbaTe Includes Work and Dress Shoes
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    FLAT - $3.47DOUBLE Boy's Western Cut 134 Ox.
    1 GROUP $199 SPECIAL LOT SHOES
    $5.99
    $2.99 Values Jeans $1.99
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    FITTED $4.87
    r SIzes 6-16 Slims & Regular SLIP ONS AND LACE UPS



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