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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE

VOLUME 84, NO. 14 QU1NCY, FLORIDA 3351. THU'...JA> AlU! .vT 20. 1964
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I Invitational Swim MeetIs t! -r 1800 Attend Annual Meet







Scheduled SaturdayFinal e4i1Mrr + Of Talquin Electric Coop.CORE L




plain are shaping! up for


the Pool Meet Quincy on scheduled Saturday Invitational for morning King Swimming, August Sweet Armed Robber Four Gadsden WorkersTo Farm Bureau Directors Are


22.Registration for the meet will Takes $2,536 Polling PlacesIn > Be Retried District Meet Named; Officers

be held from 8-0 a.m. Saturday

prior to the meet scheduled for _. Next ThursdayFall Make
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9 a.m. it the pool. All boys and At Havana Siore New Sites Next
Monday In
policy drvplopmr-nt dm
Ctrl planning to enter the competition I HANDY WINDOW Mrt. Leon Weaver, wife of Qulncy' for Farm Bureau

should decide ahead of Quick action and cooperation I Polling places for four of Gads- mayor, shown above ualnq QuIncy Telephone Company' Federal District Judge l IIltroM) throughout the state and members a wrtm Repreientotlvt Don
time In which four events they on the part of Havana and Cada- ,den County's 15 precincts were new Dropoaltory for payment of telephone bill. Canwell it Tallahassee Munda of 11 district meetings li slated Fuqua Discusses
plan to compete to meet oU den County law enforcement offl changed at Tuesday's meeting of Photo granted a writ, of hnhem eorpuand ] next work to bruin this .
dale can handle the rush more et'raled to the arrest of a 23yearold the Board d County Commlsuon- _by Mart1n..Stu. directed that the iliertff of Jay to lompami' p""u..mu Braiiimpmhrri Country's Problems
smoothly.The Negro accused of armed robbery indmlcn" County rrlram Walter
will dlncuu
ers.Affected meet to kvml
swimming meet li annual. of the Green Acres Discount were the two Quincy I Atlas MissileInspected Scott McVoy, Barbara Preston and itate and national Sauce on The I 18(14( annual/ meeting nt
ty Departmmentheand) Recreation Center In Havana, last Saturday; precincts and one at Chattahoo- Judge Taylor Stuart Werhslcr QuIncy evening. The bandit stole S253fl Ghee and one at Sycamore. The Equality; employees utiuxt. was hold Saturday, August UttiJt
Club. A total of ten Edwin Pittman masked and with Qulncy and Chattohooche HereWednesday the (iaitwk-n'
Rotary precincts The three defendants, two whit, Owniy Llvrshx-lc
Discusses :
trophies and 83fl ribbons are a shotgun, entered the back door due to the recent large U. S. mm and a NI'III'OmIIIan., were All meetings will be held faun Pavilion, About l.aoO member
awarded. The about (.20 Saturday night and Increase In A.M. T to *:JO pm. at the \' rlouainratkini and
available to be registered voters, convicted in Justice of the Pear* friends nt the ChnperaUv
ribbons will be awarded firs forced six employees who were have outgrown the customarypoll Court A, H Blackburn's court Saturday Monday through Thomhay. cam an en>yed ill the enter.ainmcnt .
through sixth place winners In cleaning up toward the front. sites. An Atlas D IO3M In trans Supreme morning on trespass charges andassessed and fellowship of the
Amos Jones, owner of the store Precinct from San 0 It. to Cape Farm Run>m nicmhcr teem
each event of each age group One Quincy will be Diego I Occult a \penalty of "SO orlayi 80 meeting.
Judge "
awarded to the who was in the office area though moved from the llUKh M. Tailor. this any will meet at 'illriilauraiil The
Trophies will be County School Kennedy, Fla. paid a visit to of Quincy, was sxakorcouplo each The woman paid her meeting was for the pinlest
age group winners for highest the whole thing was a Joke-until Supl>linlmdmls'i office In the Quincy Wednesday mornlnt AIAJ'II of weeks guest before| a tote and; was released The two In julrry Thursday of electing five directors fur
ago
totals he saw the robber. east end of the courthouse to the mem while AiuiUKt 17.Folluwung. a two year term. Directors
point number of were on her of the Qulncy Klwnnls OubSubject mm were mt to the mainly; were
All competition will be conduct The Negro who had a child' American Lesion Home on East people of his talk tho l!'nlted convict temp till nirrtlnKi, repreanitallvri nominated and elected teem H' under A.A.U. ARe Group T-skirt pulled over his head with Washington Street. Precinct 13, hand to Inspect the Air Fore States Supreme Court was, Us Justice The trio, along with four Negro of the 64 aunty Farm 'Nets I, J, 8, T md 9. From
Rules which Include events for two allts cut In It for his eyes' Quincy! will move from the county craft which was parked 11Ia and acne of the delirium mini iivpnilti, were clmi-Rod with tres- liumiua return to their" am for lUtrirt 1 Adrian C Fletcher ol
all boys and girls age 17 and held the gun on the group and' commission meeting room In trailer on Jefferson Street nextto by that body In recent Ills passing after allegedly going onoharco a discussion aeulima with lix'al l lmrmbrra Gitwnnhnro firm district I M. H.
under as follows: Age 8 and under said, "Thli Is a hold up and thli he! basement of the courthouse to the tour louse square. talk, in part follows: years tarns to talk to Negro talra, Jr. of Qulivy, frnm district
age II and 10, age 11 and gun if loaded with buckshot." He the National Guard Armory on workers ..lw1Ilt'IIIt'r Resolutions derived from this 1 Haynes I of Mlccnsuker
13 and 14 IS, 16 then Graves Street The 300,000 pound thrust ml- 11 Is not a pleasant experienceto registration hewn rtiitrH;'i. afptaiof
12, am ages ordered Jones to sack the luring working hnurf. The farm process become part of the offt- C
and 17. There will not be a novIce money and checks he had been Precinct 9, Chittahooehee, voters ale was made by Convair Aitro suddenly find that two of one's superintendent ti Mid la have rial program of Farm Bureau:: at Crawfontville and from dia.
classiDcatlon this year In the checking at one of the registers. will only have to go next nautili a division of Genera moat cherished Urals are In Irreconcilable ordered tI'I1ofr the plume, the stale and national levels after Met 9 Arthur Shuler of Bristol.
ItIN't. lie ordered Hilda Dalton to sack door from the police station to the dynamics. It bums kerosene in conflict and that II IV trial of the three adult final artlim at Unto and national Other" buslneiis Included the plea
Each swimmer will be limited up the money from the other fire station, but Prertnct 8, Sycamore the stage and one-half and has a II necessary to abandon ww Inord..r had .horn lot for 10 am Satur- cunwntkw later In lie fall. lili-nt'i repial treaMirer'l report
to any four swimming events registers and then ordered every. voters will have to go a 8,000 mile range The vehicle Is to remain true to the other lay, August 15. The offense --- nml maiuiipr'i report.
All eliminating heats will be Urn one to face the front and not move. short ",; racan of the present 75 feet long and 10 feet In diam I That I I. the unfortunate lot oin Mid to have .been committed are on At 3:3D the early arriving
*'d with Individuals racing against Using Mike Worn as a shield anda polling the Methodist ,eter. It li the same type that overwhelming majority of the "rlclay, August 7. Plans Made To memheti were entertained by a
the stop witch to determine top hostage he went to the ,backdoor I Church to Johnson's old store ,put Cbl. John Glenn In his famous Intellectually honest lawyers In' musical group Jim ant Jesse and
Six ribbon winners. and disappeared quickly Into across the highway.. ,orbit a couple of years ago. the United Slates.On Judge. CanweU's order ilalix Modernize Post the Virginia i oy,. At 1:30: an
Program of events Is u M the tall grass behind the store. A special trailer pulled by I I the one hand they have brt'n'' hat "It appearing to Ihe Court amatitir talent contest. began aunt

lows excluding the various yards Jones Immediately called the I REVIVALA ,conventional tractor is used to aught from their first days In law i that removal petiilorMMi compiled with Office At QuincyA II contestants fmm hour ewin.
United
for the different age groupifree: authorities as he had recognized revival begins August 23 at 'transport] the giant machine. Three school that most of our law find' ho statutes of the lei ranpetnl kit rain pram
style, backstroke butterfly breaststroke the man by his voice, manner and ifount Zion Baptist Church and I drivers are used, one In the tract ti accurate expression in the decisions Stain by filing flair petition for Tallahassee! Architect.Engln.! The Broil {dare winners were Ad.none .
removal with the clerk of this
and Individual medley figure in spite of his head cover will continue through the 28th. I tor and one on each aide of the of courts of last resort err firm Hnrrrtt. Daffln & lusts Anderson, Judy Cocoon ate
of all tour basic state and federal and l Court on August 14, 1M4, and has been awarded Andy Anderann/ of Wikulla Cnun
which Is the use ing. Meetings will be every night at 1 rear end. The drivers are aW that the ip, a contract
Strokes. Officers and Jones went to Pitt.man' 8 o'clock. The Rev. Kenneth Wad-I to commurdcat with one another Supreme Court of the United hat thereafter trial of the but lakl prior to a ,putported for plans and sppctfU-athna tonnhdrmlae :tcic:; ircond place, Kay ;,
Wales Is the greatest 1 of them all I prtUkmcnn the U. S. Punt oml'l'IQlllrll'J. Slmler and Call Gentry
house in the C. V. Butler dell will be guest speaker. I trough a telephone system. J
- h : the Ju ll<<* of the Vac Churl nf Liberty Cmiiity. and third
rhry eve tome m believe oat
and told the bandit
Greensboro Hand quarters he showedup courts pronounce the common law. Johnny tim bsdrn Aunty, Flnrlda. improvements Inclmle air piece. Roger Skipper of Gfcll.Im .
father to turn him In if tie Justice, of the Peace wu per- conlltlnnlng .
at home. About 11:13: that Interpret constitutions and construe heating mnrilltcallnn of County.
Dr. Langdale To SpeakAt statutes. As students In law wrnally served and acfcmwlmlicelervlc electrical and Cash prise* of 1100 DO, $100(1(
ForWorld's same nlRht the father brought time lighting interns, :
Off Today Edwin Pittman back to the store school i they studied law by readIng removal* of In cupy accordance of petition with Ihe fur flooring, acoustical work and ml '$2)00. respectively wereewaeded.

and turned him over to authorities : ludlciia A-didons. In DM. statute It Is, Iherefiire, clear painting. The contest was Juttgrd by
practice of law they have a
had been searching for him. emttoyed
Fair who incfc-r the provisions of Title 28 The design work li scheduled "
panel Including ConpnaHv ems
He tl Is being held In the Cad the opinions of the courts United State Cult 144 that the tn h* completed In hoary of
ilnyr*, J. F. Rraniksi, Conprra*
II the bade for the advice they
members of the den County Jail and has been Pre-school uatlc. of Peace Court DBS..
Forty.two Meeting"To !vIve given their clients and as QulnryCadsdtn Iv* member' Floyd llarlnrail ir>l
Greensboro High School Band referred to the parole commission the wrap mi by whkn they have County Florida, was The cmitrsct was Irt by the a guest fnvn Mailtson, Um Davte.
and chaperones left Quincy this for pre-sentenoe Investigation waged their IrgHl battles The illvrsted of Jurisdiction to try Atlanta Regional Office of General Ill bel\ nose meeting begun It

noon by train for the New York Live or Die" Is the title of natural result li that they entertain hnse petitioners and that the Services AdmlnlslraUn That 8:00: with Adrian C. Fleti-hrr,
World' Fair.Sponsored City Reports the address which Dr. Noah Ling- a resie by various Individualsand dale Jr, president of Georgia Air the Julldal pnmum- law," repels and lmirovemrnti| at a nlliiwlng the busIness mret
organizations In Gad dfll Three Accidents Slat College Atlanta Georgia, mints of the rules governing our Following the Issuance of the date to be amtiiunred later ng, Don 111I1I11, Memher of Omrrss .
County the band will present ten will deliver athII county-wide tuciq}.order. writ of habeas oirpui the judge [ from the vth (brtItCSdrnalastrtet
concerts at the Fair on August Qidncy's Publie Safety Department pr-erha eonferrm and Gads ('Iq'h lII""rand" they haw Issued another rrder of ivmamLnragrph Lightning Hits [ spoke to the inrnineiv.Mr. .
24. selected accidents > 2 of this order statedi"The FuriMa In speed .hint
22 23 and They were 'reported three den County Education Association "been reared from childhood with his
to perform on the basis of their with no person Injured over the meeting August H, at the Quincy the knowledge that the whole petitioners her, dcfnmlanti House Mother many wnrds of praise for the
superior rating. put weekmilast High School. structure of our government la In the suhjM-t action pending In ; Rural Klwtrio pmgram and he
Leaving New York on Tuesday Tuesday 10 pm. at Mrs. Ann Nicholson General built upon the Constitution of the he Justice of the Pram Court, clash Ih* Taliriln Ow..II"; a*
August 25: the group will spend Chandlers Drive-In John Allen Supervisor United Stairs They realize that Quincy, Cailaden" County, Florida, Baby UnhurtA an outstanding rlectrle! enrprr
Tuesday night! and Wednesday In Norman 60, of 716 West Franklin dinator lor O-i* :: : : without a constitution and without IIIhaII be allowed to make new live hi rvrry way AIM In hole
Negro mother a"ll'fIIlei
Washington D. C, and then return Street backed np and rat Aryui Wilva Rogers will preikle. Committee obedience to that constitution by bund or relnstsl old bund In the narrowly speech, Mr. Map discus**!
mlssml death serious to-
borne the following Thurs Lamar Parramore's 61 Chevrolet chairmen are E. A. Shuler, he rouses and by the puMlo: ofclal riKlnal proceeding Ins amount ,Jury Tuesday night when or lightning: (Cswtliwrd en rap Tee)
day. Director of the band is In the right front fender causing fa e 111 tt II and arrangementi; w* have no assonance ofthe nut more than that originally sottwrilnwd struck the "bur In which tlwyv
Larry Boh .nnw1. I approximately $$0 damages. Grady Brackin puMMly; Mrs. preservation of our liberties orthe ( M rap Tw) .. ,
Those serving u chaperones Puhlle Safety Officer George Juanita Bnndon registration; permanent of our form ol Irm Rohlnam and her baby
are C. H. Richardson school landley charged Norman with I Mrs. Sara Lamar hospitality; government 'Phone Company were asleep In bud when a thundersturm Bits And
principal Arylls Parramon Mr. allure to take proper care when Mrs. Wllva Rages program chairman But these two Heals can no cam up. A bnlt steak
and Mrs. Alfred Suber. Mrs backing up Ms automobile and ; Mrs. Melba Strong program "mger exist aide by ....... The near a window nut to the bed Pieces
James PfleU Mr. and Mrs. Ihannan. >> having an accident rover design. Individuals who now constitute Installs New'Droposilory' tearing an tbvWa outlet from
Miss Chrystelle Fletcher A three-car collision occurred The program will Irrlud registration the Supreme Court of the UnitedStalde the wall and doing nmsldershkamagu
Mrs. Curtis Fletcher Mrs. Hubert at 9::1 OS>> a.m. Friday on East I:41; devotional by the have embarked upon a to other parts of the BY nUTCtt
Clark Mrs. Mildred Butler, Jefferson Street near the city 1 Rev Donald Paihrtt. minister of course of action willfully designed '.im. This two were isihurt.
Mrs Edward Sansom Mrs. Floyd limits Involving all out of town First Methwkst (Church Oiattahonchee to change the Constitution ofhe "flume* who rvliliMilly thor gaol I
Saber and Mrs. Luther Proctor. vehicles. A 11184 Willis Jeep music by Ronnla Isjndy United Slates, to modify our The Quinsy Telephm Company the hone was on fire pullml a I wee hoes and raised en' a
APPRECIATION CO.NCTKT Wagon driven by Gary Arthur, Jr. and Barbara Sexton, Chattahnoche ism of government, and to awttentras nnnuik'cd the Inauiiunttwi of a toot .t It:It pm. and a ton'k tntwcni farm and WIll nursed by
At the "Appreciation Concert"by Godly 19, of Naples. Florida was I Dr. Neall laagdato High School; wek. the Greensboro High School headed West on Jefferson Street Edwin A. Shuler; comments and autocratic and unrestrained pewft The nimpM erlfacrvk Safety' was evil to the Riailh Camilla ed chlMnw and
Band last Sunday aft. The vehicle was pulling a traitor ASC Introduction of new Jeachen and under the I'llol construingCautlenmd unit to kirau in the combiner Street afklrni only to find Hill fights with them but over
presented which began to weave from side Community guest speaker, M. D. Walker the years I have gotten along
In Greensboro the following en Tag 1'.1) parking kit directly aroiej the' hat there wai nn lass.
rmoon to side causing the driver to low iemtml. Superintendent of Schrnss; address - trM bee the k-lnihune{ offli* -. .- pretty iUhathr:, with liaise
were named as First Class The Jeep left the road en Slate "To Uv or Lode" Dr. Lang- I .t 107 Weal rrankUa bleed In people. untO this
Committee
Master Bandsmen: Norton AMay. the right aid traveling 108 feet dale; business muting GCtA. County CofC Qo i Roddick FamilyIn day that I Imutaalmr trkvdaami
Alan Bentley Jan Clark Benny and hitting a 1M3 Chevrolet Station and area and grade group meeting tntiru:; N. Drew prfaklmt of believe :
renn. Martha Suber. Elizabeth Wagon driven by Ruth Heath Is AnnouncedThe Quincy Telephone den psny, hi Serious Wreck I haw ararays .bens a "lilt....
Sober and Russell Revels. Larry Cox, 44. of TauahaiM causing Th MoMl X-Ray Unit win be Names Eleven aimnunrlng the .Installation of the butor to their chords bulling
Pace wu designated a* Most Improved third vehicle fttaol l from I funk trlnd to those
Bandsman and Alan Bentley J37B damages. The slates nominees for thIIYNr" on the grounds new facility strrMxd that It was Near MariannaDr. help who
Involved was a 63 English Ford community committee elections o'clock until noun for the are ; bring Installed as a "_ hove aw* their by fire
Outstanding Bandman. driven by Anne Andrews lllgmitt were announced today by T. vrnlenc of the teachers. New Directors to Ih* runtimrf The .IPni'1, and MI'I. HlJllan Wi"k and other disasters::1.s: some

32. from Miami ..dI. Hlgnuttwu W. Fletcher, chairman of the Agricultural The program speaker, who has works mists like a drive-up are rep ale sty resting cranfirtWy 'of them merry and olhrn wyouttnard
Man unable to stop therefor hitting Stabilization and Conservation served as president of GnrtU I WIIII/ D. Unes. prrl MissingIn the Chevrolet In the rear County Cbramltle The State College: since IM7 I II also the Cadsdrn: County gander of The design allows aeuhsrrihrr : pita after bring IrJurd, hi a Insist I WM Instrunwnlil !Inn 9'n.Ing .
Damages to the English Ford were name of the tanners nominated Chairman of Council of PmOdents .- tonmrn 'has announcH the to drive through the. worar coltlski last Runlay aft. a page allWW. Mined In ,DM
Creek SwampA $350 and the Jeep Wagon MO.( In each community will be placed ', University Center In Georgia. lection d.1 eleven nrw directors parking kit Hupping at Ole Dar mm nrar Mln._. Time many y.ars ago so teat
Officers G. W. J He la Georgia chairman of for the chamber three from .
Investigating en the ballot which win be mailed poAitury on thnr way out ec- In the Rohtli-k mrlnn\ waeisim rnnmurnkalk' medium *t
large group of officials, and Handler and G. A. Little died to all eligible farmers In aadicommunity I the National Football Foundation (hattsnax toee, hone from IU- trill an envelope, plan either Inhitvd lnciW. Or. and Mrs othrr: than 'by
ether Interested people were Godly with failure to have vehicle in the county by Au and Fantball Hall of Fame hso- vane and five tram the (julncy, "ash or chuck along. with the purtfcn R m,*: Pamela >slM-V, 101[ ward of mtiulh, Thli veMure tie*
searching Attapulgu Creek: under control: and causing an acci kite lecturer at Untvrraltle of G/WllllblJl'o. Groins dllIII1ct.I of the tolrphun bill to b. Mrs. Jessie 1'- 71.: richltwokp.t tees a dead espsns to this nave.paper .
at time Wednesday gustMC North Carolina, Cbtorado, how I Edgar Srarbnrough et Costar returned with payment Into an 8; and lane RnVlli-k. a* we pay a Nrgn mas |<>
In swamp an effort press to borate N. G. Hatch Friday afternoon at I o'rlork admfnistratlv* purpos- rn Texas, Syracuse (N. Y.), marts and Fred Arrtnctim oflivana envelops and deposit It wlthnut 13 Hhk and Jan "hew bwn'wrv* a* editor and the tyoMrtt.kig .
of Havana who reported to Woodrow DarteJ. 21, of Greensboro PI i Gadsden County Is OvtoVd Into and Santa Clara Calif). tar the woe thrve year Irnn based IMWIr Ito aubrnnbl. U the released| terms the hpttsL I and adtlltkmal Mwscrtnt aIn
ft'.
have been missing lira TuesdayA was died for failing to yield three eommunme Quincy U. S. Chambrr of Commrrc, H* on the numher of ballots' cast suhsrribrr bee not haw the pur In th* aurnnd irrMi-l th* emit- I the puhnratlon of this page :
an.n- the right of way when he did not Greensboro and Havana. Is our of three Bwrnbers-aMarg* hoe seek ran.ll/lnt ki the rrnnxv lion of the Irlrtsvn bill to be pant wan Mr. and Mr*. Octave I"nnr-kWuW." I like to M that
passing motorist Knpprd atlfaeder's stop at the West Jefferson and The nominee announced today !of th* Council of tie Asswlauunof five districts. Lamar Marry of returned with payment II will hrnrrrsur "' .rph Run ef Miami. Mnlull I hi* hose ami a worthwnll move
parked car when he South Cleveland Intersection hitt by the communiUe are u Jaws Cnlleg! Honor Sorlrtirs.Ik lattahuochrr and Dan Miller. oflavana to place th* Mm* andIrlrphunt *, M, war pmn>..vMl deed I k ills to our Negro Mlwrlhm assi
notioed a child hi the vehicle I vehtd driven by Jemrte : I la a past pmadrnt. Georgia I secured trims of twoywn. number on the enwlupepnwwM. on arrival at Ih* JaHuisi Qsintyml I lie merrhants thai wtwrtls sip-
alms It WM learned that Mr.I Byrd II. of Ftonr Vr ..- Qulncy Marvin Blnunt James Association ol CoUrgrs and re "'IUIe J. Smith of OwlUhnmhr Ih'PII.I Mr. null,. 17, died I wren III fir on.ihai-.?-.
Hatcher had gone Into the swamp Dudes was headed West on. On, C. Maxwell Fletcher Jerotd crtvtrf Bat "G.rrtpa of a.- and I' W fhrttrt Jtat Mr. o..wIn\ polluted out thatsuhsirlbrr nt Uin* biases alter the arrtnt. I knee there Ire .....JIy
lashing h canlpa worms tow Cleveland and Byrd East on Jet John. Bernard Lrwla. R. L. Parramore Year" Award by Georgia Asse- Havana, who haw been srrvlni But having the asset < hundiwls of other while people
M Ml bait. When he tailed to terms Street when the accident Douglas ftoppeU. Caonp ,elation of Broadcaaurrs Ml. a as appointed diictors tor see chsna may MB* Ih* UropmMnry AimnHng to: FVM* IfliHwsy .dUadsrlmCounty rid. IIIIw time!
retura the search was hidatrd.Th happened. Damri'l vehicle was (Buddy Smith and U. Wilbur.- member of U. i. Advisory Conv put y ar. wmr rrrumrd M dl- and hail ai nunt* will IM crwlild Patrol, ears wm ** murk our along than In* than I
creek swamp In that area damaged $71 and the Byrd auto ben ,mina so en Education EirhanK eschew" tar inothrr on yrar trrm. with the amount actually paid moll...... have.
Is a vnttabl overgrown Jungle $200. Grwmboro. J. Batemaa, i(appranted by Prrstdent LlsenKemrdyl Then staarmd Irrrns now pore and the dtfUTmr would *pp'*ron What bathers me show la'la-
and during th ncent heavy runs Herbert U Hair, Max Jlmto, tamer roappubrnd by Pr.akti vide Ih* fppiarvmmt tt all dlnrlnr -:: lie aril<< "" .....'. tall either Miss WoodwardWins fart that au many at our eotar IntUrm
th* stream ha* been out of Hi Centenary MYFParticipates G. Ford Larkin Wade McKarnn. on the Pare of thnevserIvrms. a* a cmti ratat.Lwei.. are now hissing le three
banks making walking stow and J. R. PrrsneU. John Allis Smith Dr. Langdal wu a vanity The addmosi el ftr Chstlahnodire The drtvun w oak"w may betA Ribbons out of town and out ef Male al* g<
hazardous. In and Paul 'DIIIII.llaYAM I (tlisHsiii t en rage Tie> and Havana tfsimtiwhm doer dy or Mght It keel 11 .d rtvll riKhU worsen, and end.silly .
Other kifcrmatton was lacking: G. H. Barber tub the organsulkit areS cnuntywkl I BgM d and will pen a4se aanram Mia man Wondward wm a o iii want sur a la av
.. Ole Time went to press BUrktmnv Jimmy Bnynsoa, L. E. 32 SummonedFor last year has no* added tar the eajrmmt el trl.* ef skews nbhiM at Oa ten auk anymore. Thry are bftnji
Exchange Event Herring Lawrroo Mama EbnoJohnm. six more duwfcirs to Use prrvkws phi blue tar prnpl wk work = Annual Dial AO Anita* pfomisod all kind* d thing* flIt
J. T. Xood)'. M. D. tat of fifteen which Pee bow represenfls :during the day and camm get by ,,*,,"tu. s. C ",tn sever snatvrtaltw, They*!.
Mar I CUMle M /
Guest Pastor At Fourteen members of the Jr. and Jo Scott.to Jury Duty Gnmtm k<.M. among othrr lhte.
of FMvy. H the Qisnry nr office MU after I pen. It .la RKtlng Uttle WirM. Mis' Won* haw ..
Uethndist Tourti FeUmnMp making theIIWIIft'I'IDf and CMna dlslrlrL The bard AIM that slime aO Ihry have to do I II itgVMrand
Me0m Sad thefts Thirty.tee have brut sumtaamd exprrvd many ward wow a Mu "'''"'lithe
MemorialDr. the Centenary FMcbrr stmard that dtnr wile and then they ran .
Thos. Mr. every souse comprtsrs twenty en 'rntirrs win aw M during Ih* .v.a
AD'prnII'UII J'iar and another to
returned last Sunday from Palate tar arttt Jury duty at Ihr ., .. rquhtalko ahrrUf .ho win ant aired Ihrairhm
rftort has bees reads to emu, were whum lilt 'day SUIT* H will be a* haarfy toke .
1It Wright win b.* ,exchange to Na reil *. ant term .| County Court which I Th5 G.wd Maiden Hrme.a 11h.tong break the law
cumnUy acttv tamers oa the lBld eft the hoard '. shin to arks aaysnml wtthnulIravmg :' they ; Msfglof |
th* pulpit guest at th* Thomas Teiwt TheOulnrr P'uP. aImc baflot who an best oualfM fc. started Monday, August 17, .*. Gsorg* tales, H. W.::1z: 1Lev the nt srmnd ptar rVlng Krff Mar thrir streets paved iris /he4
Memorial Baptist Church Sun with an MTT group frwn Mere .jCinillis na Pap T.) tore J'dg* R Y. Rrynobk. lluIdII.... T. I:. "..>. IUIII 1 M KngUsh Urasw lealurtngagsVir dmt I lltfhta InslalM. larger fr*.
day. August 23M Inr both tf* kvham. Ala. was tovitsd to till They are Lena Stnm. Harold ID* Rv. Thome Osmno were ndm.Appmlmalrry atom low Ins a.vd and aw Jar
morning and evening service*. the youth' of Ole Waverty Place C Best Jr, wnBam K. Puts.EoVrt Hrrtod tram tMrkt 1 ft* At the Theatres 4VO pw.l* base with UlrgiUmal" and ......
Th pastor, Ole Reverend' Guy P.Wad. itXKrtst Chart to Na.-mea far Snake VictimIs L. Pnppm. June R Qulnry, Urrmstnra, Gnrtfla dl. I I the lantnl evrr anrmM Ih* iVnt rtIIw,... tt wane thai *sty
and a group from Thomas wwk of Chrtetta Wtowo.AwompawM ....... Jamrs r. c.QrII This Week lass shmr Hairs than Pramyivanta lad to iJt. Memorial, will be to emferem' by Mrs. Charles Released C tars... MHvto h.. UXt.AO duwtors will take .6 I to Texas_ rrprrsmlrd. had" ay Ih.** wiknew .g. ,l>
at th* Rldgecrest Baptist Arm' Brink and Kiln Woroark. the wUHam C Pastes arw At the last Thr.tr 0K* sansbO --- .,*-
.,. North CaraJma. II'IJUP puUd..ted III ...,.asYirs.ratlrrre Bofaby Bar. ag t. err Star JaUM, tt J. **,.., S.0Phd.1 Sri as .. Mofarr Dm.greoM werk, WIll a* 'Vtv La* Ve- FORESTRY REPORT I rvalbe: that maybe thfe f*
Dr. Write a tanner pastor crate tell fop stop Root. Tanahaa***. a an Joharmm toa, Alvin M. Tkarpr. 'Dw d asukew'a nmnI pie ....' sunrmg EM: Prealrr and The C...fc.jm Coun Forestry anal quit as IfIIIIIhi robsd *.
tf the TattnaO Square Baptist pm and tours ofnltehmg the McAhodl.l Hill Dam wet bttM ty a Roads Csorge L. Math, ThadWhito belt Ih* rrraOoi ef a Am Mamant IseiurH *. fandsy. Scones reports tn waste flivv In purple a* tt could b*. hit
Qsorch Mao.a. Georgia the First tinus*. Parthenon Mil pigmy raMesnak Wednraday aft. and .. & ......... If. lalasrm..i III Cadadrsj dusty Frtiy and lMt4y. ranmd die Number ef 1 nruhrr I* tt .w Ih* aisles wheat*
Baptist Church. Balnfaridg G arpa. other ptarn. < totrwtTh eraansb Tk* yaalk :: ivpomdly -I The rest d Are pawl torhrinOyd Mmtate ss*"* m hfisMay WIll ke lug. .r':1j wy I elMs an and "have awn all the thai
IIw Sowhctd and East Mats yaong 1w pto .*. made aUdag done donmrpi X. Shroard. W. a J.flra*C I rwdng acrw* tt* wnty wkM 0 rk- and nrtva ire Vegatandsy. *.- year add o* to M, burning I paying the Ion't share of \.M
Chorchra to Spartantairg. Saudi the Kasfano tmMpe > torte: Qweyl ant ft snah HdenMtt bttBobhyf Maiw0 D. CaraBns Promt? be is *. Mary I-- heater. .. J'III >. C L. ...... Jr. Paul E. !>... inad iieasia awe masry h* Rnbtasni Oav m Man reported at tin same Dm do I renwmavr. whirs. I wi*
h Batabrldg and dosng hri elm .. Jan* >Strickland numnry WM rapid. Jaanr* Gralsam McKwvn, cede Bjn rani* plaiv cnanaef1 to and -*.r. to Thundrr Rvfc.Al .- pent ago bald t7 burning a any hat many of the colored
work. iSnWG-lto. J .nn. Fto* M* bring Mtias .4 from tile kosoualFriday. vow C. .......... Jwotd ffcimn arhtod die divftonmnd ef ... IU Drtv*!, rnd*, 12)J aer**. duldrra west to evhoal wily/ a
"T... am mrdUQy awttrd tonrahta '. May. Mary Martha M-aey C Derid Powrg. Lamw 0.-1..... .lnYadsaUl.oodnrt .. ..AaetY.I amid MaWlV)' Vttt W *...... Kalnfaa to ft. Qutory art dies swots ar (we earll pose brine hot
la ttssv *n on.- Mswrnl Baptist If auhr7. Christy SnMb Ten .Arise ........ at Ge4dns. c- lams Hanks and .'.. sail rkrtmg lacittar tar reedy w/b .. ........ "WWI Base tile'Iale., IM; Ibrana. I JO; vanta.* el a* eduratkw tod
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PAUL'S SCHOOL IN QUINCY ing the services of eighteen! people GARDENINGIN root system fantry weapons- I Qjtfncy Grocer
for work with this exceptional To prevent disease, purchase Recruit training prepare MarIne ,
children enrolled to OUB schools. only clean bright corms. Usually for further specialized training fc Gorged With
For Retarded "tG1idsd ChilHren Florida has pro \ our exceptional children but the are healthier than larger unit of the Fleet' Marine Force
program baa not recovered from By Hiwey Sharps! Editor corms. Dull dark husks indicateold He will report to Camp Lejeune, Selling 'Shine
Do you remember when youwere the legislative freeze of several corms which might carry N. C for combat Infantry train
In school? Do you' remem year ego. The need for servicefor Florida AtrlnriteralKitmiloB disease ing. Charge were filed by the Stole
ber these children: the boy who exceptional children ha far Semi If disease spot show up on Beverage Department today
did not pas with your' class The outdistanced the supply of units The gladiolus compares with a !leave of the plant, spray ode a C. E. Watson 68 against alcoholic beverage dealer
big boy you' caught up with In available to the school systems bathing beauty both have eye i week with tlneb or maneb.! This In Jefferson Gadsden and Frank
the fifth grade who began school Gadsden County ha received a appeal will prevent the healthy plants lin Counties
with your older brother? The s fair share of unit available.The But the glad has one advantageover from getting infected Succumbs HereFuneral The charges according to
youngster with Die short leg who future of St Paul' school human competition a* It is In warm weather keep an eye State Beverage Director Richard
couldn't play all the games Your for Retarded Children a* a partof I dressed for every occasion out for thrlp and chewing in service were conducted B. Keating, were a result of ,\..
best friend who wore glasses, or 4 t. the Gadsden County Public Without changing costume the sects. And for safety sake applya for Charlie Evans Watson 68, leged beverage law violation.
,. School, with these children receiving tall stem beauties attract attention dust of chlordane or .
the girl who squinted? Those weekly of QuIncy at 1;30 Monday afternoon In Monllcello Chris Grocery
boy and girl who tat In the services without paying U a poolslde planting a bou- dieldrln to control the varmint In the Assembly of God U S. Highway 1 g. li charged
back ol the room and never seemed tuition' 1* dependent upon the quet In the home or an I1'I'8IP'ment In making the application follow 'Church with the Rev. Leon C fiat J JornctaUnlt. with possession of whiskey, with
to do what the rest of the class oounl) receiving another unit. for the church. the manufacturer's directions Interment followed in Intent to aril or dispose! of unlawfully
did? The stutterer who suffered This unit hat been applied for. Growing glade is easy. Carrel carefully. Antioch Cemetery : and possession of a beverage
so painfully trying to speak his A* soon U the unit I* approved' commonly called bulbs When blossoms begin to show A native of Georgia Mr. Watson not permitted by the Urenw.
name dearly The girl or boy by the state this school will be planted now win produce a splash don't be too hasty cutting them moved to Quincy in 1 U 8. He In Quincy, Preiton'i Grocery
function u of color In 60 to 90 day for home use Allow at least two U chargedwith
who read the lesson once or not cdinthto system.l was a farmer and a member of 61) Laura Street
a t all, but who knew more about total county For a blend of colon, plant several lower floret to open fully before the Methodist Church. Mr. Watson possession of moonshine
the subject than the textbook varieties of &1ada. cutting the spikes.Gladiolus passed away at (;10 Sunday whiskey.In .
told him provided he had aoees ,w Urges Democrats Start with June Bells or While will last about a weekIn morning In the Gadsden County Carrabclle, Edpewater Bar
to books? Despite their exception t Friendship for I snow-white din the home. For this long lastIng Hospital. Old Pout Office Building it
*, you didn't think of them play. Mingle in a few com of beauty, keep the vase clean Survivor Include his widow, charged with sale to tnlnon.
M "exceptional" or different In Support RightTo Hnpman'i Glory or Spotlight variety and free of bacterial slime. Use Mrs. Mollie Watson Quincy; one Keating uld the licensees
tome from or the other for a splash of yellow. Add one-quarter teaspoon of Clorox or son, Robert L. Watson QuIncy, would be given I hearing on the
children way The exceptional you children PUPILS at SL Paul's School pledge allegiance to the Flag. Work LawA ,Valeria or San Smid for red 'similar bleach In the water to and two daughter Mrs. Lee Al- charge, U men hearing la n--

you remember are the children Photo courtesy White'i Grocery. hue and plant Elizabeth the ,control the bacteria. 'ford Quincy and Mrs. Mattie queited.0V .
for, dash of lavender.For water In the
Queen a Also, change the
our schools now attempt to I railroad conductor from Cincinnati Smith of San Diego, Calif
I feminine pink, select I a third day and rut off
MIUTARV PAYQlnll'tI8
vase every I
Identify and serve. \ believe the Democratic Those serving as pallbearerswere
Such instruction and service the most appropriate lor
manner base of
few corns of Friendship, Spickand of the '
Inch or more baa approved
an a bin
The Regulations of tINt Mate Party I* In danger of Jack Harris Ronald Lrmox
should be an integral part of the such service! \ to be rendered. becomingthe i Span or Phantom time.
Beauty. at that
Board of Education of Florida, the stem :Willie Renfme, Mayo Mores Exell to raise the pay of every men
using The party "of a new
school ,
regular program procedure for evaluatingand privilegedclass Gladiolus thrive best in a well. I For additional Information ask her of the armed service
except
W. Caruthers.
Section 130430 entitled "Pur- Watts and James
the regular the unl .
wherever possible classifying exceptional children
drained aril In location. for
a agent _
sunny and lowest
county draftee -rnking en.
pose and Basic Principle of theExceptional school facilities and service must be D. Cadwallader a conductor your The J. B. Adam Funeral Home
: set forth In the plan on To prepare a bed for planting 188A "Gladiolus For The Horn listed men. For most servicemen
Child Program" states adapted to the needs of exceptional for a county' exceptional child the B. & 0. Railroad, challengesthe cultivate thoroughly and remove' Gardener" was In charge of smngemmts.t'iscexn and service women the bin would
the" following: children. Even though severity program. This plan it submitted Democratic Convention, In a all weeds! and trash. Mark off be the second pay raise In a
year.
Education for all childrenand
(1) I of handicap may require separate by the county to the state andmu.t statement drafted for presentation the row In the planting bed come to Individual In Congress enacted a $12 billion
youth to the maximum possible and the be to the Platform Committee Stan D. ClarkGraduates
facilities services
extent require special type program approved by the StateDepartment 'perhaps to form a design that broken dose and few human be- raise last year, putting It Into effect .
for exceptional children Friday to support the right of
of
Education of Floe will add additional at
beauty
Inn have much of It. October 1.
of Instruction and services should always be considered a states: to enact Right to Work I blossoming! time. From :
those who differ to a marked for.. part ol the total schott program. ida.Personnel In Florida'. program laws as authorized In Section I In well-dralned or very sandy
gree from what may be ((2) Services to exceptional for exceptional children may Urt) of the Tan.ltartley Act. 'Sill, prepare a two or three Inch Marine Training
ed normaL The purpose of the children should be primarily educational -serve the following clauriflcations: fieorjw Messy, president of the trench for planting On clay or
exceptional child program and the In nature, or closely related Intellectually disabled intellectually AFL-CIO, has demanded that the 'organic soils place the corms at MADAM FAY PALMIST
unit for exceptional children allocated to education a* distinguished superior motor disabled Party pledge itself to repeal theSection 'ground level and mound up the Panic Island S. C. Marine ,
under the minimum foun from service which are primarily speech hearing, vision social thus destroying Right to earth at least four inches over Private Stan D. Clark son ol
datl Instruction and services related nodal welfare service Unit for specialist\ may provide special Florida. Set the com firmly into the QuIncy graduated August 12 from past. present and future. She ask no
to instruction needed torsuch exceptional children should ix< service in addition to the "A' political party which today recruit training at the Marine
soil four to six Inches apart In questions, but MIX TELL you what you'
be educated
children to to be used to provide service which Instructional service provided in would advocate the destruction of rows that are two to three feet Corps Recruit Depot Facets Ia- want to know, giving date and farts of
the maximum possible extent. normally are provided by and the classroom. the Right to Work safeguards that land. S. C
apart business love health and family alfalr
Such Instruction and services available from other agencies or Children who receive services ,000.000 American citizens have When planting I I. finished rakeIn The training Included drill, [I Tells you whom you will MARRY andelse.
related to Instruction needed for fitness,
from exceptional child personnelas \ established In their 20 state must bayonet training physical
be educated to educational prrtIfJl1wLIt a commercial fertilizer such .. If the one you love Is (roe, and what
such: children to I II the responsibility of the Intellectually! disabled should Fact the possible judgment of the as a 4-M (NPK) on the sides of parade and ceremonies and othermilitary to do to be muvrv luWill. unite the separat.
the maximum possible extent county board through the county ipiallfy under the following definition electorate that It has become the the beds, but not directly over the BibJerU. Three weeks ed, locale absent friend\ and relatives, cause
DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH superintendent of public Instruction from Regulatlm of Wile party of a new privileged class corm wen spent on the rifle range firIng happiness between MAN and HIKE. Make up
n JUST II MINITRS, I to provide for the R..rd of Kdurattiin of Florida he union hierarchy and that Use about 2V* pound d plant the M14 rifle and other In- lover' quarrels.
M ,.. Hrk ..... .....,....., f Mir :medical, psychological, social and (Section 130-831): It I I. forsaking Its historic role asa food per 100 feet of row. Water
,4.*...kirk Irk-Jrrti It mr ..ITCH.WB-KOT.. .,.... !Tee educational evaluation and classification "Educahle child shall mean a part of the American way of he area to dissolve! the fertilizer.By Tells If slrkimM or .bad Iw* la natural enemies, evil influence
Sake'I...... Itrkla** ..l.l. 4..... by competent specialists child capable of learning to a life." Mr. Cadwallader says. selecting varieties or planing I INSECTICIDESSOIL and bad luck. Does not tell you' to please you, BUT will tell the
".....,... irthm .,11. .._. 1. of exceptional children a* provided degree which exceeds mere repetition He I* appearing before the Platform on alternate weeks It is possible -' truth. One visit will repay you for disappointment in all others.I .
.kelp.M f4... ...11..,. basset flit. ..kllM rI .r, by law. These specialistshave : and shall Include those who Committee as president of to extend flowering over a FUMIGANTS not only read your life like an open book but I also help you out
nmm
H..w.rm. !... ...., .!... >... the responsibility for recommendations may be expected 10 benefit from the National Right to Work Com- considerable period.\ of your trouble. Medium and divine healer.Come .
!... r...... MOW .. relative to children special educational facilities and mlttra "and as an American While awaiting for the flower WEED KILLERS
_ r. r. MAY DRUG co. who are to receive! service and method designed to. make them'messily working man who believes In Individual spikes to show keep the glads and see why you are ao Mluppy' why everything! seem to go
of choice." The wrong.' Why be sad and downhearted, sick and worried when you'
I adjusted! and economical'! freedom free of weeds. Skimming' the soil'
ly useful and shall exclude those Right to Work laws protect a citi with a small hoe I is the best way SOUTHERNCHEMICAL can be helped, and everything made clear by consulting THIS GIFT
:unable to profit by or adjust to zen' right to hold his Job whether to defeat the pest plants. Also, ED ADVUER.

TIMBER. :1 the offerings of such an educational he join the union or doesn't hallow cultivation cause less Everyone welcome. NO MAIL AN8MEKED. I make no house to
program." join the union. Mr. Cadwallader damage to the gladiolus root.
house calls. She will prove that you can obtain your derire.
Let t Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely During the school year of IMS- urge that the Party "forthrtRhtly University of Florida Experiment Everything sacred and confidential. Madam Fay licensed' by the

Contact U* Before You Sell! I 84 Florida had 1,150 units In operation I pledge to support" Section 14b).. Station horticulturists. say State and County. Located permanently In her own home for many
and provided service to "How can I political party dedcated that gelds & ServiceInc.
Sales year In Tallahassee, Fla, Highway 90 East 3 Mile out on the
WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES! I:08,727 exceptional children.: Gads- to the preservation of Individual another application of fertilizer Jacksonville Highway. Look for the Hand Sign Open dally fromT
den County had 17 unit in operalinn liberty" he asks, "per about five weeks after planting. f and from 1 to 9
arm to Sunday p.rn. p.m.
Florida Forest Products Inc. and provided service to If53S mit Itself to serve at an Instrument On very sandy soils the glad* will p.m.
: exceptional children. to In effect disfranchise grow better if offend at least

Call Tom Poulk Quincy 856-5494 I The Slate of Florida for the 58,000,000 American citlicns three applications of plant food attwoweek Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 MADAM FAY. PALMIST
school year of 1864-flJ win have! who have already exercised Intervals after planting. '
or call or write operating 1200 unit for work their right to choose whether Spread the fertilizer on both''
P. O. Box 305, TallahcTMee, Flo. Ph. 2234669 with our exceptional children. union membership in their stale ildes of the row shout six inches QUINCY. FLORIDA Phew 224.5031
Seventeen of these unit will operate shall be voluntary or compulsory from the plants and work Into the
In Gadsden County provid '?" oil surface_without harming .the
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Last week Murphy Casey was accused of murdering HIGH FOOD PRICES. Yesterday, after being questioned five days, he
finally confessed and implicated three others, the Produce Man and Iwo Stock Clerks. After several hours of'rubber hose treatment,

they also confessed and named several more who helped murder HIGH FOOD PRICES. ..

The accused employees of CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER want you to prove that Mr.HIGH FOOD PRICES is dead in their

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand / ANGLING FOR THE BIG ONE Count I know It will be called overage between TS and HO den IGOr PARTY UNITY
: s by another Mm this year ; >es, Maximum temperatures Barry Goldwater Republican
conUnutng E1Jr First Mechanic Which do All average between M and 91 Presidential nominee Is seekingto t
THE CHATTAHOUCHEK TRIBUNI yea prefer leather or fabric upholstery ,111 h afternoon temperatures strengthen the GOP ticket n
Published' each Thursday .t IS S. Madison StreetA t ,machine 95 degrees or higher ont the coming campaign by laumn<< .
Jnlin H. r.rr* fJitvfnapor EPffiR) Second Mechanic I like labrlci or t days Dally minimum Ing a drive for top-to-bottom Party .
ESTABLISHED ItOlQulne Leather li too hard to wipe f impersrure will average be- unity. His drive will be a series
? Florida --- your' hands on I tweets (S and 72 degrees with one.r of talks with GOP Congrn
I And a 'Happy' Birthday" to two nights below 60 degrees tonal leaders, members of ihe
Sennit 1aM Polag Pmd ) OuwT nn I New Orleans, Louisiana Spin Suber on hit 39lh birthday .'ver northern sections of the House and Senate governors mid
On. Year UUO two Y..ra UK bola: Mootha 'l 70 August 15, 1864 10 he says. H-m-m-m. That boy I Coastal Plain other party chieftains The talks

J. U HutLhlDMtn ._. .. .,... fu6hsa The EditorGadiden! mire knows how to tubtraci Rainfall during the next 30 will be In the Interests of the
-
Dnp Carman ___ .____ 4tfv.........( and N.w.A County Times Well bye-bye for this week! I days \Is expected to average between campaign and party unity
Quinry! Florida Been nice talking to you I Ietocal 350 and 900 Inches occurring
Dear Sir afternoon and
I wonder U any federal official evening ,:tru on 6 or Floor
or department ol the federal government 7 da'l. i iSunnhlne Coverint
NATIONAL EDITORIAL would have the courage during the period Is
to give an approximate figure as I expected to average about 85 percent taelndlng formica
N tIn+eet '..' IAS c8T1tN$ 10 the number ot lives lost property ( : of possible with one or two: inlaid Uaoleum. rabbet
y G'L10N J! damaged or destroyed, persons periods of extended cloudiness
CN o MIMF.ll.-U.-l. ll .'.lH j jailed I losses to place of IJuJin Soil temperatures during the rl.rL corkCounter
business that have resulted since J I II next 30 days will decline slowly I Ias
the shoot desegregation" decision !. II II I amount and Intensity of sun- Top

o 4{ a++awwhI and subsequent planks In poiticsl I shine dP<'rallH. Temperature at
parties' platforms condon- I four Inches under bare soil should
Blood Need MountsSenator tog demonstrations sit-ins and a By Hutcs I average between 80 85 degrees Work
[cnrral disruption and breakdown I I
law enforcement due to these Newspapers do not have to I HHAIE HIS IUT.R
I !K .
Barry Goldwater and President Lyndon :B disorders? ..U" advertising to those who Vancouver B. C. Moby Doll, AH TTP-S

Johnson differ on many things but art in hearty agree t Where lies the blame for this know public opinion best that I the captive killer whale has been I irefusing I
men on one vital matter. This U the lift and death Ira. debacle with untold suffering I.i, political experts I tasty dishes in a new I Exp.rt Installation
and losses running Into the bun. Between August and Novembermore I home! acquanum David Brown I
penance of supporting the nations voluntary blood banks dreds ot millions of doIla..TYou. than a billion dollars will curator of Marlnrland of the PaMe .

and blood collection center ... very truly, be spent on political advertising In I at Long Beach, Gil, thinks
At honorary head of the Red Crosi, President Johnson Bcrtan 0 Cause local, state, and national contests I she 'la worried And since whales SHEIFER-BUTCH%
I 1640 Dante Street Details concerning major I contract the same complaints as
appeali for support of that organization's blood pro- The project will Include construction of seven extra.highvoltage New Orleans Louisiana 70118 candidates will be repeatedly publicized I humans, he believes she has an fo/aueacY :+ feSTOP' \
gram. And before his own hospital stays, which reminded even though voters are ,ulcer It she continues to refuse f\.ORtO
transmission line, three
having a capacityof well with 1 lo eat she will be given tran-)
him of the need, he took an active part personally.What 750,000 volt each already acquainted
them. i (quitoers
about Senator Goldwater He celebrated his
Two of the seven lines, each with a capacity of 500.. The politician, whatever his '
victory In the California primary this year by showingup 000 volts, will be built from Bonnevill! to Los Angelesby stature, does not make the ml"l
quietly and without publicity at a community blood the AROUND take of assuming that the
Investor-owned utilities which will shoulder the
bank and giving a pint of his blood for some casualties has tastes which are fixed by I
major portion or approximately $420 million of the first Impressions. 1 11
Th.
an explosion for whom a public appeal had been made. total cost of the project. The political scientist correctly
When pressed about it, be admits to having given\ about assumes that the public generally I
Besides assuring high quality service at the lowest SQUARE
80 of his blood this in the last 24 has a short memory and a
pints
way years.The possible rate, the Udall plan will produce other significant Bwt tickle loyalty I
Dv
need for blood Is greater than ever before, according r
benefits: "I begin each campaign with
to speakers at the annual meeting of he Amer As of today the Bonneville Power Administration Is the assumption that no one remembers I '
Icon Association of Blood Banks In Washington this any good I have done I
Advances In fractionation make it possible soma losing $20 million a year of taxpayers' money. This sum ,that no one owes me anything, I
year. represents additional power which this hydroelectric complex I feel like and that I owe the public everything
time to help two with different need. with the James Stewart of "
patients states a venerable Con
is of but for itewart
capable producing which it Young who
presently Is
also the
eame unit of blood. But the rise In auto accidents and the editor of the JlI'l'lIman'ho has served his district
has no market. With completion of the interti this electricity Quincy Exchange 28 .
yearn.His
Increase in heart more whole Oub bu Utt1n.
operations require
Quote from
open last
will be wheeled southward and sold, thus helping week's bulletin "LJk philosophy make good id
I STend:
blood.It I to make Bonneville's annual deficit measured I hours to uP' vice for anyone planning advertising -
up a* trying fill this DID YOU Whetheryou'rametae4sgREMEMBER
can't be manufactured It can come only from weeks bulletin for a business For like
by It* now wasted only to find that
human being. If you are between 21 and 60, and in capacity. I didn't have any news" political Images, retail markets on vacation or DUMIWM,
Because of the of investor-owned and brand names are In constant
participation
companies
health life the Then he went on to say "I tbatlon.dial.lnceeallTO
good save a byvolunleering effort Is
you may danger when advertising
the project will be kept on the tax rolls and over a eel aorta like Dr. Dracula Clump
blood that Visit the blood mobile relaxed. .headcaD.ddNmucb
only can give.
you 50 year who' treated s man for yellow PHONE
period it is reported they will pay at least $275
on It. next visit to Quincy. laundlce for flve years before to your convenience.
million In revenue to the Federal, State and local
govern discovering the man was an Oriental 30-Day Weather AHEAD FOR
." 'ryitonyourn.xttrip.RESERVATIONS .

Tocsin of Tonkin ments.And finally we can take pride In the Interior Seer.lary' They talk about building a new. OutlookThe I ? Phone ahead and you'll

I report that the Interti "will place the United State CIty Hall and Well Public I'm agin\Safety It. WhatIn Department know what It means to

Americans are indebted to the mysterious attack 01! In a position" of world leadership in electric transmission the world would we do without Weather" Thirty Outlook DRy for Agricultural the period !lf be really welcome

North Vietnamese P.T. boats on the USS Maddox on technology Qirlft Vause candid remarks John mid.August to mid-September forSouth
nv wandering through -
in Tonkin Gulf several counts Georgia Southeast AlA.
patrol on watching the flretmcks whir off
hams and Northwest Florida In-
First, it provided comforting evidence that US defense QUINCY to a fire the police cars going sued hy the Weather Bureau Advlwiry .

forces can move quickly and decisively under provo nit ly and down on here and-on with We just would Julian be Agricultural Meteorologist,
Tlflnn Georgia. August 15. 1964:
CALENDAR OF EVENTSA dropping In. ...
.
the
cation.Second during lll'
Tcmpprdturos; period
it demonstrated in the swift passage of the PS. While on the subject ( mid August through mid September
of City lisp Dear Mr. of
Gay
Congressional resolution supporting the President's action are exported to average
he City ot Quincy It hap-
Community Service by the you near normal) all of the Trl-
our essential unity irrespective of politics. i prn to he parsing by with an area .
!State; Agricultural Area
Thirdly, and of the utmost Importance to our realistic Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 827-(Sll extra bucketful of said gravel, would northern sections of the exceptthe Coa t.: Quincy Telephone Co
In
you please dump gravel
valuation of where we stand on this strife.torn globe, Is ud al Plain where I mpl'ralul'will
hole In
my sorry parking
the firm and unequivocal declaration of Russia's Khrushchev the Times office average: near or below normal.I ,
Thursday, August 20- Canning Center, 8.5 Florida place by Signd Daily .
mean Itmpl'ratul'lhoIJJ -
of his solidarity with Red China's MaoDespite State Service Yours truly hoping that you
I Employment 93 S. Robert St. find I bucketful of gravel pronto
the and
widely-discussed obviously overblown
P.P.S. The weeds are as tall
ideological "split' between the Russian and Chlnl Friday August 21- Alcoholic Anonymous and Al-Anon u I amWell .

ere brand. of Communism, Khrushchev has Family Group 8 p.m., St. Paul' Parish House: Can. by George what do youknow

clear that the world II divided into just two camps ring Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter 8-12 Post his ram--Its we've raining got grass With grow1ng sill I

those of Communism and capitalism. OfficeMonday out of both the front and book Ifyou'rethekind

The Soviet Union, said its Number One, was willing steps now u well as the doormat
August 24- Kiwanis Club, 1 Jefferson .
and ready to fight for itself and other Communist, nations p.m
House; Canning Center 8 S, Social Security Repre. May I say I word lo rude !X'D-
U the Western powers sought war. Such a war provok.d pIp who bring In news Items Wed ,
by "Imperialists could only he said "end in the complete senlattve, 9:30: a.m., Courtroom Courthouse. "sday morning 'WAY AFTER theihadlme of buyer who looks out

defeat of capitalism." Tuesday August 25- Canning Center, 8.5; Rotary Club and then--art Tuesday real huffy at noon when-

HI. word. should waken the dream.walkers who 1 pm., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic airs not sure you can get it In. '

have wishfully looked upon Khrush and Mao as modern Building, Business & Professional Women 7 p.m., ; better! not say the word:,

day Kilkenny Call."Unnecessarily. Kiltrells Restaurant Am so. proud Just wish of my I hAd Goldwatrrstlckcn a lot for NQJ] ( that's )

to pss out to everyone who wants
Wednesday August 25- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., scone. Understand the Golrtwater you

Spent Monday"Political Post Oiiice; Jaycees, 12 noon Klttrell's; ExchangeClub headquarters will be open September .

1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center, 85. 1 In Quincy and then you
pundits are still having a field day Interpreting can got all you want '

II what Senator Goldwaler m.ant In his now.famous Thursday, August 27- Canning Center 8 5, Florida about Spoke how too the soon engagements Was going and on I look for the man with

two-sentence quote on extremism State Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St. wedding had tapered off. Well

But there is another quote which deserves the same they haven t
Friday August 28Alcoholic Anonymous and Al-anon Well, looks like
It after wand..rInr
scrutiny, it seems to us, and perhaps right here is the Family Group 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Canning around the square and look.
place to give it some of the exposure it rightly deserves: ng In display windows that'Cranberry' the NO deals-now !
Center, 8-5; Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson House; ,
In a January 15 speech In the Whit. House LBI said: Air Force Recruiter 9. 12 Post OUice. I :! Is still. a good shade

"We are going to try to take all of the money that we
spending, or spending requirements
on
think I I. unnecessarily being spent and take It from the Monday, August 31- Kiwanis Club 1 pm, Jefferson determine tax policy and

have' and give It to the 'have nots' that need it so House; Canning Center 8.5; Social Security Representative hence the level of revenues ( that's
The probable truth I\I that
much. 9:30: a.m.. Courtroom. Courthouse. cause yourChevrolet
and effect run both ways The
Now that quote raises a lot of questions some that Tuesday September 1- Canning Center 8 5; Rotary policy If'IInnI that we should
might rather loud. Just what nOI."? The tenant plan ahead to control federal
get
Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board spending and to distribute the
farmers on his wife's plantation? The Yugoslavs? The Meeting 8 p.m., Clubhouse; Lion Club 7pm., Kittrell revenue gains from economic
registered Democratic voters In New York's Harlem? The 's Cafe.Wednesday growth to our dttxens\ In the form dealer ) 4
starving Cubans? of tax reduction.
A determination to control expenditures
And what is 'money that we think U unnecessarily September 2Navy Recruiter 10:30: a.m., helps make tax cuts

being spent"? Who decides what is unnecessary spending Post Office, Jaycees, 12 noon, littrelT Restaurant, casible A will to reduce the

? Bureaucrata or taxpayers? Internal R.v.nu. otfl Exchange Club 1pm., Jefferson House; tax burden strengthens the forces
urine .
dais maybe? A $25,000-a-year fed.raIJudg.? A jury? cruiter Post Office; Conning Center, 8 5; making for economy.READY

And. finally, who are the "haves"? Until there's some Recruiter 9 12, Post Office. .. _

clarification well have to think that the gentleman I. tCl..r

talking about our own bank Co"count savings and pocket- MIX
[ I
book. And your The National Outlook CONCRETECONCRETE

You know we just read that quote again and now

we have a whole n.w set of questions to ask about It By Omrte ......,. '
for the ot WJ-6. Sun- :
Haven't you? GETTING AND SI'CNDING average -
thirty, average expenditures were
The fediral budget deficit\ for :it? billion higher This \Is stouts

A Power Plan .. -. Works the fiscal year ended but June I clone to a match as you could
I hope to get
30 $8.3 billion turns out lobe
leas than had previously l been Parallel. la Rates CAnceled Impak Sport Coup ClifftlU Malibu
Sport Cmpt
Th. plan of Interior Sect Stewart L Udall far a predicted This Is some satisfaction This recalls the story of the BLOCK

vast electric transmission Interue linking the Pacific Northwest but ttI\ still s deficit and a I little boy who \Is surprised to discover .
and Southern California Is the finest I substantial one. It reminds us I II that as time passes his ..
perhaps exampleto --
I that the fediral government has I Met brother always remains /flf
date of the benefits that can come from cooperation operated In the red In all but t otdfr than be. and by the same I ..

between public and private .">w.r. of the put 10 tlsceJ )'MI'L I II number o| yean. Federal spending Oakland Concr 4.. t, .
The $700 million project approved by President John. I That Is simply to say mat spending tends to grow at about the Products -'
uune rate u federal receipts\ and Company I __ i- -
eiwrded most
ton was hailed by him as "the launching of the new era has rarelpts thus! the gap between them doesn't ADen Bo
ot the time Yet It one looks at a : ck osdJoklThOtSM
.
of cooperation between public and private power In the chart that shows both the growth teem to narrow.There .

United State" And, indeed that 1s what it does sinceIt :In 001. the growth I this are parallelism two way you m growth couldncptatn I *... MAL r..**e* I =term.= tx..me
struck by
Involve the pooling of the resource of six Investor- I the n revenues remarkable, .parallelism of the :rali*. Either receipts pLace a i .

owned electric companies, the Federal Government and two line\ The two seem to grow :limitation -although-a torn* one)_

the Department of Wat.r and Power of lo Angeles In a -t about the same rate, althallIII'' fury U NoesDoor Sedan Cerrotr posse On Cft,.

klatory.maldnJ scheme by which surplus power will be fairly the spending consistently.total! clays ahead LOANS

brought to that metropolis and other part of the south! lfc>t>raila .. Bane Don't wait any longer for a So hurry in for a No. 1 Buy

west from Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River In As everyone who works with RESIDENTIAL FARM great deal on a sharp new '64 -;;._...._--, on AmericaNo.. 1 ear*. And

Oregon nearly 1.000 miles away. taUnttc knows, you ran prove, Chevrolet Cherelle, Chevy if.you think )011'1'1 the only

When It'* considered that 251 rural cooperative and what you want by Judicious aHec- Lowest Closing Coats High Appraisal or Conrairl : M /I one concerned about looking
non oi the haw U Because it's'o O.
pick right .
year we now
out for
the State of California will control about 60 percent of ftacl 1979 as a starting point we Good T.rmsCONVENTIONAL 1 Buy Time" at Chevrolet No. !. 10\1'1'1 wron-
your Your
the Intertie* Immense transmission capacity and enjoy ran show that receipts have IniTMuxd He's toast cxcmotrr euiu ,I Chevrolet dealer i is there
dealer's. to i t_
got move out to look
--- out for
two-third of its benefit while the Federal investment hater than.-.llnC- Between FJIA. "M he has Wt. in you, too. Come
that and finest 1M4receipts every and ee for yourself
year
will amount to only $280 million It Is hard to understandthe
have grown by $22 bulk* Quick. Confidential and Courteous Service
opposition to the project by diehard advocate ot and spending by lit hilthn. o-lrI.MJ 0 WNir uti c.r.eJI'....'-1 n.lit 4q-u..r jwr..n.frrl

/ Government subsidised power prior to the President's approval. U we Mart from fiscal 1MO SEE At VIE WOLF AT

Their Ire at not having ft oil their way an all- the reverse faKTMaed appears'by true lit -button receipts

Federal system which they argued would better protect .VTMS spending expanded 111billion. HARBIN-WOLF. Inc I M 708

the consumer now seem quieted. They apparently .
321 Wilt Crawford Street
la order to eliminate the prullarlne ,
have conceded that Secretary Udall was right when he of single year tetscompare Phone MAIn 7-8737 MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

1 aid that the very multiplicity of ownership and operation averages of two five-'

would provide a "butt-la protection against monop.ely year revenue periods.fcr We the find period that 1..0.\average \ Your Business Will B* Appreciated :23 North Adams Street Floridat
Quincy.
by any one participant" 14 ... lit buDM. Vdghtr fea* j I





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f -_ CAP'DEN__COUNTY TIMES QlflNCT FLORIDA THTRSDAY ATOTT !!f> ]19M II.I/'.!" .r.n
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and anticipate future action that I DARE Is alert to changing condi 'their cork 'ry '* more !iMto, hard to believe '- --
will best they are paint' I convinced me that I had talent of red
protect them all and,lions In and have 1It'"" ,.1 i the failures than t ft would not surprise m
agriculture is *
> 2S-YNr-old.
preparing v a It shows
in Ihi<'I(and that. If I worked
safeguard with It, It If this
THE our agricultural future painting found ill
the Into
syce way
to offer an hotellReetconstructive and I ssm The failures often (thuuthli hr soil
Will expresses in nil i would he worthwhile '
our .
present t'xtt'IIlIlpllnt. nuke an important "collection The
th.'
/ FARM lag of citrus fit in the panic picture \ a future program agricultural to prott'CtF1orda' development .cesslw subjoin headlines do. The su' I|out understanding of delinquency nl his It own was prop lovely Iris i Me has A.mainly' made it worthwhile j I general public punhaaea many
and show a profit or a law Not writer In the Cornl many of him
tong ;
ago a youth who had In his remarks about Ms
,
fiancee
Is our tulle production Cables Time Mhe Is a pi'r- Mould that I could
going to turn c 1I11l1Ulhod l Iwle.1Inflod .'who" paint a
especiallv will finish her education
FRONT be able to to fed example at an artist who
with
compete he ever meaningful picture of the pceen.Ifshtfa
to loll
changing! picture and ian we meei YOUTH ASKS her Inlluence had one dime teacher fur what train next June, at which lime paints more than a picture Dell of the youngsters In the I
Mm In they plan to he married cute and wiwriivr, his work shows I
competition from off-shore areas'Indicatxwu making : I training schooli'! The ,
very aggresmveness -
BY a constructive life
"I I I Looking
DOYLE hack this feels
CONNERCOMMISSIONER that man youth trying to find Itself In a .
are we will Pet a Faith and a Challenge wasnt articulate enough to tell that he went hade I the very subconscious
double to the training world that Is
the amount of money going ptanatlons Know Limits her eight sometimes dark I lelermlnalion to do something
years what shemeant
ago chad the
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREMeat into the packets of Florida farmers Good Examples sad Good Ex- in me" he said he wanted MHtmd to" time, since because What Is the answer' Each painting short this awful situation In which
I as .'e increase our production sod Consistency MelTs Thw young' man Is" accord was a mihcorw'inus though noU'plid thin shows"this search for truth and'i'1 1l11t'anlll& 1 t find mvseir even though what
I and dump one and one half mil Be Heard Ing m John MeWer staff writer, hey do bring them Into conflict
It often Is
continues to be atot' target I lion dollars into their pockets Miami with the youngslen One art critic In the Miami society. Is almost proof. In
By Dorothy B. Alexander Herald at JS, on thfothl'l'lhnlct who return, he did not "
realize
News
new regulatory controls ii 1 In the meantime we In Florida! I each year.DARE Publications Specialist i of sun-em limits It at the time "It was a II1tC'Pwt1f'l'l' said lie has already II I Itself. that they have unusual po.vitalities \
various ot the ( as he Is
parts Milan young gathered to him .
have ors a seedy population unknown Bill, until the
been Florida Dlvltioi el He of the' general
is one few
actively pressing our I Ml secure' he said,
In Belleville. N. J., 1 publli.r to I increase I for the state with an Increase Child SchoolsThere Miami artists who a few collectors who have boughtseveral realises this the training 1
campaign obtain Training Mm
Import where Iu
supports
quotas kept busy all the
hearing has been set for Au Rust'I ( of 66 cent betweennow I of his patntinK and are'ichmls will
.by per self !hI his : continue to "make do
legislation. art Success
awl ,
24 on a proposed ordinance thai I|Freeman has met Secretary with our Orville southern I and )>-} or an increase of' Is probably nothing"" which' heat,. for one How splnxIM (time place wl And>0'1'1'shove I fell all that II was II on the I lookout for muse Then,|with too :little:: of everything, And I
would require all food store h I states Meat I from 4,800,000 in I960 to t,'1 rives greater encouragement to Beat rf all is the of describing one certain picture, she I Inays. he young lives that could Jrlv.nllI' .
In front of Imports Com'mlttee :200.000 in 1 1875. maturity were really Interested In m I"'OJ'II'I One "large 138 ,
grind meat their 'anval 48 "
cut and members' of the Flor the staff of a training school than this \ ingnter It shows in Ms fare < n to the world will continue to
tomeri. If adopted, the ordlnanrt ida It is gratifying: : to .!know that I the visit of a former student In, Painting Kspwlally was this :inches called "Medusa' Is pwdl, h* mediocre at best with (
Cattlemen Many noLuxurious
would be the first o! IK kind it I: Association .lieu people find II shown--bv---my-art-_teacher- -- against_ _a_striking, harkcraixdln- :- ..".......,.v'n.-' .......-... ...... ........_.-
rxpeciea ro return to Florida :!! = .
New Jeney --
In September when further meet w
The measure proposes that nc hogs are plannedOiarroal I 7rn q '
"ground meat"" hamburgers., III"lip, + u li YES: WEBOUGlhII if/ r I
"chopped meat, or beef pat.tiN" Is getting a big play li EARLY .
can be sold unless groundIn I, In some tobacco ads as an ingredient t
In presence of the customeibefore of new style to
he buys It. reduce: any hazard InfU dgaret

Such a requirement If widely smoking kkfl YES: YOlfSAVjE33AM
adopted, would toss a monkrwrench y- But what do you use to filter MOjRESHETLAND :/ I
Into plans for transferring smoke from an outdoor charcoal
all meat processing operations grill 1QUWTr
Including packaging pricing and Someone must have started a IIItIIIIkI
Inventory control from the retail rumor that the popular and widespread -
food stores to central ware- practice of grilling meat
booM operations over charcoal may pose a serious 100% '
The current trend In food retailing hazard to health because of the: WOOL

Is to deliver only shelf smoke ., alscoul+
ready packaged and priced products Not so, says an article In the _
to the market and eliminateall August Issue of American Medical
the "back room" activities Associations magazine: Todays I NI '
Health If you do a proper Job i.NIY N
In Oregon the Slate Departmentof I of grilling any smoke will be at ,
(\Ilture plans a regulation a minimum "CARDIGANS 1
banning use of (he word "..It'ak"to Smoke generated by a charcoal
define any kind of patties of' grill comes from flames causedby
ground meat with two exceptions fat dripping: on the burning
'Salisbury steak' and coals. Proper grilling is accomplished Italian Import '
"Hamburger steak." The exceptions by heat from the coals i 3 DAYS '

fts noted are old established -not by flames. MohairSweate. $4
terms and "would not be Some home cookout experts = Woo & I
misleading" keep a bowl of water and a whiskbroom ONLY r

However, any other Items madeof handy when grilling! If ,.", ,,..
ground meat would have to be flames start they can be doused $797 U.911
labeled as such. This would ban by flipping water from the broom. I COMPARABLE VALUE lUll j
Also the expert usually trims
the description I of chopped meats
rmxh of the excess fat from a 1 f \ItOO' A
M "cutlets' or "chops: fluffy For 3 1
days Get
Lullurlou'1y wltl Fall
patties contain steak before putting It on the tons your new _
Because some solidb \
In Sweater
grill and mohair Wardrobe now at tfui
cereal or water, Oregon will require t I\ulff
that Ingredients and processing M .n,embl'luKUloutly' terrific low prktl Beautiful to...,
procedures be staled on Too Late is wool, itY mohaIr In IOlId..tond to touch Shetland wools with crew

the label / .n.on" tw.eds and fro or boy neckl new Autumn leaf

South Dakota new meat law To / aitche, \, SlIp-on.ardigon ksond: colon-Camel, Red. laden, Blue, /
went Into effect on July 1. It Is Classify / Vee-n.ckr,Crow n.c Brown, Medium Gray and White > /

being enforced by Inspectors of / 1 Club collar sty'''.{'Glorious S hurry to 40. on tale 3 dayi e t,Iytiq. y t
the Weights and Measures Dlvi By Russell KIT 1 colors and Po' I '
.Ion. ,94.401 5.MlI i r
The law requires all meat markets DARE promises to play an Important / ', comblnalloM
stores and other places of part In Hondas future act
business selling foreign Imported It Is a revolutionary program setup
meats to post a sign stating tor- about a year au by the University .
elgn Meats Sold Here" Labels' of Florida.
must snow the country of origin DARE are the Initials for the
and date of export I agency: 'Developing Agricultural! .
The export date has some Intriguing -Resources Elll'I'tIvrly"'hll'h Is
Implications In view of I maintaining! a careful _and cornprenensive -
what happened In the rundown a survey of this states
the cause for the outbreak of ty agricultural resources as an action I
phold fever In Aberdeen Scotland .' program aimed at realizing I I / Maret '
earlier this year, our full potential of agricultural Orhh .
I Aberdeen health authorities Implicated .I development during the next doeade ( _
a large can of Latin i qh.ri _
American corned beef releasedby The program Is under the supervision $
the government to alleviate the of Dr. E. T. York Jr.. 9
British beef shortage It had Provost for Agriculture at the !
been Imported >1 years ago University Dr. York says It was 'r is
born of a belief that the future II III
The South Dakota law may belongs to those who plan for /It." ,
I temporarily slow demand for Imported York points out that every YOW boal s 1t1Y'- lb>;
meat In that state However facet of agriculture Is changingvery I + "'ot (Io"g'It..y. _
none of the law aimed at rapidly. We have the alternative w. .It _
Imported meats may stand up in of trying to recognize, anticipate I rYNtlnwbr, w+lh pror0r"'OonI + 1'r
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court In view of the Federal court plan for and adjust to I /y, 'litho 6 tg/cll/ts fhh' rlkoffy ,. sN\E
ruling a short time ago that this hsnge. and In many cases w.. / ,
r knocked out Alabama attempt to take advantage of It. or falling II II c. moir.' Ink' bOe. /rownroY, cArwst ..
regulate the_Imported products to do this we suffer the prospect SrN 3 : 6/ue and aso e 'i ;
of being run over and perhaps ,
I trampled under the rush of such 1 i. IOD.N .M1 ,
changes.We r a
I ELECTRICALSERVICE must also recognize the I slue < r I
fact that agriculture Is becomingmore : we.y
and more competitive today ,
than ever before. Florida agriculture I f' 4, tallIes treat t
primarily thought of In
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Anything goes far beyond these products.

a house to replacing It Includes forestry fish products 66 \ ,j A
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picture Agricultural! resources A .s.otofl t i
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I nxnvtnmmmmHm WOMEN'S PAGE [ Day Circles First W.Baptist Meet M. S. l




Pwsons having items of social nature art urged to tail
Meetings of First Baptist Day
Mr*. May S. Richardson at MAID 7-8503 WMS. during the month of Au-

gust are u follows:
WAAAMXUWLUAWF The general meeting of Day
W.M.S. was held st the churc

r Kitchen ShowerFor Monday, August 3. Mn. William
Crouch presided in absence of
Bride-elect the president, Mn. Earl Sctv -
field. After the opening soni .
"From Greenland' Icy Mow
Peggy Straughn y 1'A Lain" Mn. Earl Routon pve
the Call to Prayer. The minute

r Mrs W. S. Burnett, Mrs W. C. of the July meeting were .,..d
Jacob and Mrs B. T. Pitts en by the secretary Mrs. Alton
tertalned with a kitchen shower Towle Report from commit- -
n In honor ot Miss Peggy Straujjhn, tee were given and circle coot
bride elect at the home of Mn. was won by Rosa Cox Orel .I '
Burnett, Thursday afternoon Mar.. Mrs John McAfee, program ,6 r
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iKold and other late summer chairman of Grace McBride Cl. i
flowers were effectively arrange cle, introduced the pastor, th.
In the den and living room. Rev. Thomas CUWno, who gav
Centering the dining room table' the program for the day. The
...-- -- topic of the program wa* "Enj'
was s large, head of cabbage, --
dressed like a bride, Including GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. IIsh .Language Churche Overseas. ..

veil etc. Fred Hodges Sr. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary ." Mr. Currtno read ScrIpture
The hostesses the honoree passage from Matthew 28: 18-20;
gave
a pitcher which was also uniquely Sunday afternoon August 9 in the social hall of Act 1:8: ; 8: 1, 4 from a SpanIsh -
adorned. A dolly formed the oof- the first Baptist Church in Donalsonville, Go. They were Bible and followed\ with the t.

r" Jar and another the apron. A married In Americus, Ga., In 1914. Photo by Photo Studio English translation. This very interesting
vegetable brush served as hair & Flower Shop. program was concluded
and gold colored scouring pads, with prayer by Mr. Cuttino.
the hat. The face was a large The following Clrclei reported
cork painted with eyes and other Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Hodges Sr. their regular. meeting Monday All'pnttlt -
,
facial features.Several gust 17. The program :
bridal games were en. from Royal Service was
y Joyed by the 25 guests among Honored On Golden AnniversaryMr. "WMU Helping The Churc
whom was the mother of the Fulfil Its Mission. Miss Linda Fay Cook
bride-elect Mn. C. T. Straughn. wit
Sandwiches, cheese balls, cakes and Mn. Frederick B. Mrs Marjorie William Jones Inman Circle and met has d Mn. Hicey L Cook of Quincy announces the engage-

and cookies were served with Hodges, Jr. of Qulncy honor HOW TO eleven members present. The men of her daughter, Linda Fay, to William Franklin
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fn
Coca Colas B. Hodges, Sr., on Sunday tatter... REALLY LIVEBy Call to Prayer was given by Mr.' Ventry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ventrv of Quincy Miss
Miss Straughn and was useful the recipient noon, Aug. 9 at a reception in tt A. J. Phillips and was followed Cook, the daughter of the late Mr. Hicey L. Cook of
of nice gifts. F. J.
many Mn.
social hall of the Fast BapUi May S. Richardson with the program chairman.by Hoi. Quincy, it a graduate of Quincy High School and attend
Belts who Is also
the Church occasion In Donalaonvtlle.of their fiftieth Ga.wedding on- What the world needs today 11 tens for next month will be announced ed Liver Technical School. She is employed by the

Coke Party For anniversary. LOVE. Not love of self, popular.. later. tats Bank. Mr. Ventry was graduated from
ity and possessions but love.I Ida Holloway Circle met in the Quincy High School and attended Troy State College,

Miss Margaret Sue Suber--- Miss Miller Arriving Mrs. Earle guests Moeeley were and II'I'Ptedby Mn one really for care another., are How truly many trouble of UI home Frank Whittle.of the Mn.chairman T. P. Mn Peacock -. Troy, Ala. He U employed by the State Road Department

Julian Webb. Receiving wer and concerned when the Call to Prayer am In Tallahassee. The wedding will be October 4, at 3:30: (
an acquaint gave
Mr. and Mn. Howard Suber of Quincy announce the engagement Mln Sharon Miller, bride-elect l lor Mn. Fred B. Hodges Sr. and Ml. sore or friend Is ill, unhappy, the program was presented by; In the First Baptist Church in Quincy. Invitations are not

and approaching marriage of their daughter Jlmmle Carl Cooper was hon and Mrs. Frederick a ilodgei, lonely yes even hungry? Do w< Mrs Carl Edward. Ten mem being seat All friends and relatives of the couple are

Margaret Sue, to Raymond P. Edison, ion of Mr. and Mr. red at a Coca Cola party Saturday Jr.The 1 do something about it, ever ben were served delicious re invited to attend. Photo by Photo Studio & Flower ShopPer
Raymond G. Edison of PltUbura, Calif.! Miss Suber U a morning given by Mn., guest register was kept by; though It 1 II all we can do to exist Ireshments.
Thomas Layton at her home In Mn. A. L. Hay and Mn. Duke financially Kind words and Grace McBride Circle met alhe
graduate of Greensboro High School and Montreat-Ander. Greensboro Render listen ot Mr. Hodges. deed are cheap In cost but very church with 10( members Mrs. Fisher WilliamsIs

ion Collage, Montreat, N. C. Her fiance U stationed with Special! guests were Mn. C. W. Door hostesses were Mrs. S. L. valuable In promoting goodwilland jresent. Mrs. Roy McLendon, 1 Bridge HostessMrs.
the U. S. Air Force at Patrick AFB, Florida. He Is a Miller mother of the bride-elect Hodges of Bainbridge, Ga. and happiness.' In the long run, chairman, presided during the Joncz

graduate of Pittsburg High School, PltUburg, Calif. The and Mn. A. P. Cheater, mother Mn. J. II. Hanna Mrs. L. T. Hud all the good we really do In this witness session. Call to Prayer J. Fisher Williams was
jf the prospective groom. ion and Mrs. Merman Minter, alnieces. life I* the assistance we give to >y Mn. Joseph Suber, was foi-
is planned for 7 o'clock Saturday evening, Sep- Miss hostess to her Wednesday afternoon
ceremony Garnet Laird ha returnedto
The party moms were attract OTHERS, the comfort, the encouragement owed with the program presentedy
tember 19 in the chapel at Patrick AFB. No invitations ively decorated with mixed summer The tea table were roY'Ired we share. Mn. John McAfee. Hostess resume her position u a teacher bridge club. Colorful flowers .
AU friends and relatives are Invited to meeting\ will be In Quincy Iligh School and potted plants were at intereat
err being sent flowers carrying out a yellow with floor length white stir Love ot power, popularity, acclaim or September
attend the ceremony.Centenary 'sod white color schemeParty cloths. In the center of one was do not make for happiness mnminced later.Important Dr. and Mn. Herbert Bryan points In the home.
tidbits and snacks were served a four-tiered white wedding cak< It II I sharing spreading sunshine,, dates to rememberire have as their gul'lhll mother, Mn. Ben Franklin won high
'circle chairmen, they each toM with Coca Colas festooned with gold spun sugairosei turning a dark dreary day ink ': Week of Prayer at 10 o'clock Mn. Herbert Bryan of Killeen, score and Mn. Joseph Suber,
: WSCS of the projects their circles had A let of crystal coasters was flanked by tall three branched a bright one for those who need August 28; combined meet- Texas. low. They received novelties.
for the month. given to the honoree by the host candelabra with gold tapersIn cheering offering a friendly wordor ngs of Day and Night WMS with Mr. and Mrs. Grady Peacockand At conclusion of the game the

:;Has Meeting Mn. T. R. Smith, local church ess. the center of the other tables a warm handclasp retaliation of officers, August 31, family visited her lister, Mn. hostess served:.. a_salad_ plate.._
crUelties chairman told of new was a handsome silver punchbowl Life Is so short and we pass up W. E. McKenzie in Charlotte, N.
chain bought for the parsonage.Mn. with the tall sliver candelabra ao many opportunities to make Buffet Supper C. and then vacationed in the
The W*nan'1 Society of ChrisJinn J. A. Snell, literature and Shower For like the other table. Arrangements .. others happy. We struggle along,. mountains.Mr. .
.Service of Centenary Meths.trust publications chairman, reminded of yellow carnation searching for the pot of gold at Given for and Mn. Russell Wallace MORROWmakes
Church held its regular buiJnesi the group that they would find Miss Straughn and mums graced the tables. the end of the rainbow, when we CoupleMr. have returned from a trip to
end program meeting Monday some free material In the room Tall illver compotes held salter could find It each day of our Gaulnburg Term., Maggies Valley .
afternoon, August 17th st and urged every one to take' nuts and mints. lives through giving real friend. and Mn. R. D. Woodward, Cherokee and Wayncsvtlle, this
-2:301n: ( the Fellowship Hall. some 1 Miss Carlotta Falrcloth Mill The cake was cut by Mrs. Lib ship reassurance and love to Fr., son In law and daughter, Mr N. C.Mr.. you
Tbt meeting was called to or.der Miss Marguerite Hendrix who Nancy Stahler, Qulncy and Miss Wllkln of Greenwood and served other and Mn. Scott Gregory and Mr and Mn. Alvah Bryant and
by the president, Mn. C. 1.Owenby. had charge of the program, led Charlotte Freeman of Tallahassee by Mn. F. M. Miller of Bainbridge Jealousy vtdoinness inobblsh. dad Mn. Harbert Gregory enertafned son Billy spent the weekend at
She asked for a period the group In singing "America,I entertained Tuesday night and Miss Gaye Within or ness (which Is nothing but an Tuesday night at the Mexico Beach at the cottage ot a Sensational Offero
of illent prayer for Dr. and Mm.Jlllllard The Beautiful," with Mrs. L. L. with a miscellaneous shower at I Greenwood. Delirious fro. e i n Inferiority complex) social climbing Lake Talquin Butler cottage with friend.
l Roddick and their family Wlllli the home of the former in honor punch was served by Mrs: John rob so many poor, weak souls buffet nipper In honor of Victor
who were in a very lerlou lttrIe.act: :; a few remarks of Miss Peggy Straughn,. bride llama, Mn. Gibson; Youmans aniMn. who think they are so mighty ol hitler and his fiancee Miss Gall Mn. C. T. Straushn and daughter acquaint you with our San/to/n
emtomoblle aecldent. Mr*. E.Nasb of her two month trip elect Paul Stuot. the tote meaning ot LIFE. What Wilcox of Fitzgerald, Ga. ColorUl Peggy spent the weekend In "Tht world's most recommended
rhllpot closed the pnyer. which seemed so fitting for the Late summer flowers were st we really need I* the love ot God summer flowers from Mn Albany Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. drycleaning"
Others assisting In II'rvtnlCwpre
The group sang, "For The BeautY topic of her program," Newness,", points of Interest in the party Miss Mist In our hearts then It I I. easy to Voodward'i garden fruit and hurricane William Thompson and son Bill.
Moaeley
of the Earth," with Mn. L. L. which God In Christ rooms. Mary love our fellowman. When our lamp were used In the Miss Rebekah Chapman has asher RAND McNALLYGLOBE
XVllll at the piano. Jesus our Lo nf.vaRew:: : "- Cod Several bridal games and con- Belay Blvlnga, Miss Mary Miller heart are filled with hatred for lecorations. The table! were cov- guest Mini Pamela Fitchett
and Mini
The devotional was given nyMn. requires renewal and lie li re teats were enjoyed.Miniature :. Mill Frames Miller someone who has violated our red by checked cloth end cen- of Pittsburg N. C.. who li her
Philpnt. She read the Bib newal. "Renewal on the Way"- cake: : with charms Stephanie' Enlow ot Bainbridge: welfare In anyway, we know the end by lamps. roommate at Meredith College,
and ,9th Psalmi. Sin read the ai we live and move render Ills and fortunes baked In each, nits and Mia Brenda hay ot Seven remedy for their soul sickness The honorees were remembered Raleigh.
imem entitled, "Trees," by Joyce love and grace, we come to know mints, potato chips and sherbet nan. Our offender U likely one who it with an appropriat gift. The Rev. and Mn. Robert Spiv-
She closed with prayer that II* Is the way because with glngerale were served. During the hours of tea beautiful also filled with FEAR from which I ey of Tallahassee, where he is
Mrs. J. L. Bedenbaugh, the re'cording through Him we have accent to The lovely and useful Rifts piano music was played by; he or she would like to be freed Hospital ReportAdmissions chaplain at FSU, spent Sunday
secretary read the min the Father. were presented In a large box Mn. E. P. Stapleton and Mn. It Is said that some of Call. here where he conducted the
uter of the July meeting after Renewal Fl'I'PdomRenrwal decorated with crepe paper and Ellison Dunn. fornla's redwood trees are more i'morning worship service at the
'\ 'hlch Mn. A. B. Blackburn I.vethe Is Holtnesi "God gives Testi ribbon ..OW.. As the bride-elect! For the happy occasion Mn. than five thousand yean old. During .. : August 11 through First Presbyterian Church. 'Fy
treaiurer'i report In the ab- mony"- God bal given us testImony opened each gift a recording was Hodges wore an ashes of I'OIIf.'Idl'Pll their long life upon earth, Vugust 17- Mrs. Texas Gilbert. I Dr. Lynette Thompson, head of s
awns of the treasurer. of His love for UI through made of her remark and then of crepe and la,,!!. Her cur- theee tree have survived floods ,1n.! Mndaline Wilson W. E. the Department of Classics at
? Circle report were given by the His son. Because we trust In read back which afforded much sage was a handsome cateleyi fires, and tempests that have destroyed :-alng, Mn. Edith Todd, Mn. ,:Florida State University is spend R
their neighbor In the Etta Martin Master James
testimony of amuiement. orchid
the
Christ we carry time with her! parents
ing some
Anything that's'FU God's love In ua. She read several Sixteen girl friends enjoyed The couple was married fitly; forest. The secret of the red- Jestnut, Mm. Margaret Thomp- Mr. and Mn. John W. Thompson
scripture during her talk. this nice party.Church yean ago on August 9, at a home wood's long life upon earth ii i ion, O. J. Rudd Clyde E. But- at Gretna. Dr. Thompson has
that makes It nr, Ben L. Bryant, Mn. GUndaienefied
WITHIN
substance
dOlled with wedding In Americus. Mn. Hodges -
She prayer. been at the University of Chl-
of Insects and Mn. Carolyn Butrr -
la the former Miss Jesus resistant to the workings
WomenIn for six weeks on a researchgrant
Pound who went to Jakln to two and moisture which bring Qulncy: Miss Colette Glssenlaner sago awarded by Florida State.!
WMC Honors and final death In other Mn. Mary Clayton and OeW
school. She met Mr. !lodges then decay
She will leave Sunday to act as
Monday Meet and ended her teaching career trees when they are broken and MI'!!. Genera Shepard Chatta- official representative of Florida
morhee Miss Sherry Saad, Masn -
scarred. ;
Miss MillerThe They have refilled In Jakin Don
State at an International Congress
MI'II.Carolyn
tall Charles Randall Griffin
Mn. Allene led theprayer Amsterdam and The redwood standing ,
and
Cantey almnvllle
will MAlt A GOOD PICTURE of Classical Societies In Philadelphia
Sneads Jackie F.
straight and beautiful is a symbol Scott :
group Monday afternoon have a host of fruendi In Soutt
WMC of the Assembly of Mrs.motet before returning to Tallahas-
Council Walsh
faithful Christian. Fires ttoQualK
when the Women of the First Alabama and Florists of the
< Sod Church of Greensboro enter Georgia September 1.
ilkl N trill Kodak cimfll 111IU of persecution may play upon Browning, Havana; Mn see on
Presbyterian Church met preceding who came In numben to conRrat
tamed Miss Sharon Miller bride Mrs Juan- Joe Adams and family have
him flood ot cruelty may overwhelm nuns Wade Credos;
the monthly business meetingIt ulate them and to wish for thP1Tll'OIlInued
Fleet of Jimmie Carl Cooper with him temples of hostility It. Shepard Greensboro; Muter returned from a vacation at Mexico -
Hall. abundant
.ln".g Fellowship and happy
i miscellaneous shower Friday may sweep over him, but they lobby Bass, Tallahassee. Beach $
of the
Circle S had
charge
pro
night, Annul 14 at the church ness.They CANNOT destroy him. lie has a Mrs. Arthur Flxel and family 1395 V $5
and white color ;;rem and Mrs. P. C. Davis gave have one eon, Frederick( :FORE
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yellow BIRTHS Mr. and Mn. James
in Interesting devotional on, B. Hodge, Jr, and three kwrly strength WITHIN which is greater : visited Galloway Gardens this
1 scheme prevailed, and the refreshment than the destructive larcH tarlow Shepard. boy Aug. 13; week
a. : 'Viol Speaks and How Do I Us- grandchildren Ben, Stella K PAID
table was centered with an len," after which sang, and Phyllis Pound. without. Mr. and Mn. Billy C. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Don May and with your drycleaning order, pleas
arrangement of yellow and champagne r.a: group 14 and Mr. and Mn.Ml .
1 Sweet Hour of Mn.H. Guests came from Blakely, The final test of the IndwellingChrist boy. August family are vacationing at Emerald
colored dahlias. Punch
I D. Woodward Jr. then made a Cedar Springs Jakln Bainbridge, is 'a practical: demonstration : Butler boy Aug 17. Crest.
cakes and chips were Try our quality Sanitone
cup potato in dally living with friend
: short talk about the conferencesat Iron City Attapul{,' ua, Climax, Miss Carol Crouch Is visitingher
ervea.Mn.. C. W Miller mother of thebride Montreal N. C. and Introduced Thnmasville, Amsterdam, Qulncy,, and foe alike of ills IndwellIng Mrs. Otho Edwardsis grandparents, Mr- and Mrs. drycleaning and see for
and ,Mn. A. P. Cheater the" group of young peo Tallahassee, American, Jacksonville word. Let UI remember this Bridge Hostess E. B. Klrkpatrirk In Jacksonville.Mrs. yourself why leading cloth-
KODAK 1':8:0 ahead
e attended. They were Lakeland GretnaGres'R as we face the dark days C. R. Shaw has returned Ing manufacturers
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mother of the recom-
prospective groom Martha May Billy Bryant. Jose wood, Savannah and Dothan. and let us be In prayer c'omatantly.This Mn. Otho Edward entertain- to Jacksonville after spending two
700 were among: the special guests Gregory an4 Susan Wondw.rd.The great nation was built upon Pd her Wednesday afternoon weeks at her home here. Miss mend It for prolonging the
attending the prayer and faith and we have .leanne Vincent her life and good looks of
tint two reported on ridge club yesterday afternoon. accompanied your
of
Mine Miller was the recipient Coke For
beingtoo
Party ourselves to blame for
Ca..ranry"odtl..tql'J World Mlsalon Conference and only l avrly arrangement of summer a Jacksonville.Mr. garments.
useful
and
on
many lovely gifts others on the project "Camp- lazy, self-satisfied money- lowers with pink predominating and Mn. E. G. Williams
; ped this occasion. site," undertaken by the young Mrs. Joe Higdon mad pleasure-loving. It Is but never It U wre In the living and dining and daughter Marilyn visited rel- See the sample globe on
situation! people. The talks wen very Interesting too late to right a wrong 'onm*. lives In Atlanta and traveled
for every Saturday LuncheonFor and the received to take action NOW, Jirough the mountain ot North display. Bring your clean-
group Mrs Pat Illgilon Jr. and Mrs! prayer muchto the Winners of high and bingo re-
finest .(all tnifamatfc caimratl Chapman GuestMiss much Inspiration. J. Klnaon Cook entertained with and rectify rived personal articles for pris- 2arollna.S Ing and get your order
Gives you Instant aulolIeIoadIIlO The president; Mn. R. H. M. a Cora Cola party Saturday mornIng wronlC. two ... Miss Sherryl Ilobh baa returned blank today.
with Aim \In Kodapak Renekah Chapman entertained Davidson made several announce In honor <4 Mn. Joe Higdon Yes' love and faith are At conclusion of three progree- from a visit with her uncle
cartridges, plus eitrefatt lens In honor of her houseguest. ments. Mn. Lamer Richardson who was leaving for Denmark to, wordi many of ui have forgotten tone the hostess served sn at- LL CoL and Mn. John Hobbs In
end thutttr speeds for Kard.totl Mini Pamela Fllohett with a delightful I read a letter she had received t visit her parents OIL and Mn the real meaning ot. truthtatay restive party plate. ttlanta.Mrs..
pktvr.. Leas U 31mm flU luncheon Saturday at the from Mn. H. A. Love of Mexico, Ralph Williams. Mixed summer "If I ran write one versa of I During the game cold drinks K A. MacGowan and '-=
i. ttwlttr ""11'12'0.. Jefferson House, link summer I In which she thanked the WOC flowers were st Interest points tosing. ere passed. riends from Tallahassee will return '
Also, M tUctrk-oy tipoivrecontrol flowers formed the centerpiece.A IIorM their 'Internet: and gifts. Coca Colas, coffee and mach Or give my fellowman a song from a vacation in High- \
W. II. Fort, secretary, took ands, N. C this _
kPlld.
bulH-ln Cash awb.sahk three Mime luncheon was were aerved. needless cloud, othen rare, -
Cash,upotyr* control. served the nine guests. I roll call, after which Ctrde I. Fifteen friend enjoyed this delightful If Iran. push one If 11 can speak In words that seem Miss Susan Woodward has returned REPEATMORROW
Mrs. C. R. Shaw, Jr, (chairman "get together at the .*..yearn live at children of to say, from Winter Haven where

1 ** truth MMe tat Bridge Club Meets served Mahaffey refreshments.assisted Mrs.Mn.Shaw.James home of Mrs Pat Hi&rtnn, Jr. And led KinlC: "I know the" heavy burden that the' visited. the Dr. Joe McKlbbensamlly.

With Mrs. McMillan Tuesday Club Meets If I can lend someone a helping U I I can guide; jk pilgrim on hb Mr. and Mrs J. R. Sperling and

$109.50 Mrs. L. D. McMillan entertained I WordsWords With Mrs. Ridlehoover Dr hand warm a place where friendship Or way him stay for ration amity at have Mexico returned Beach from a va-
her Thursday afternoon bridge ,heeds to be pause neetMa
id where fond and Mrs. L>* R. Munroe has returned DRIVE IN
CROUCH'SREXALL club at her horn,. Late summerflowen little things we Mrs. Bindle Rildlehonver nvlertatned [ a bridge
are say
from
UJ Iwth If t! I can do theee, Father, thli I a vUt In Macon Ga.
and potted plants were But oh how much they mean I her Tuesday night bridge Nth her son Lee Ray Munroe
DRUGS at Interest points. Preceding the The smallest one can Hart a nub st her home. Late summer And light a lamp that other men "D. lee me do them with my very and family- They also visited to CLEANERSFREE
game she/ served refreshments smile flowers were at focal points Mrs. mlghst' se s, best." AUlUlla and Atlanta. Ga.
QUINCY. FLORIDA Mn. Herbert Bryan ol Fort That often can be Been Fred Hodge won high score and ttsay can opens doors of hop thl. I
Knox (Killeen Texas) was a To glow on faces round the globe; Mr. Joe Higdon low.
guest Sad face needing cheer. Guest playing with the club jetting; eomeone know thatATTENTION Ask us
So let us strive to start a chain I were Mrs Al Baretlch. Mr*. Dean about our
With word than banish fear Williams, hire Wayne Peamk.
I I I And blot out apprrhenaivenea -, and Mrs. Chuck Lewis ot \\I"W. !
MERRILL'SSee I With those designed to please.If Ga., hnurfucit ot Mr*. David

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CAt! EN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCT FLORIDA THTRSDAY, AUGUST 80:-1M4_ fMCBWOMEN'S gCrEK: !
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Mrs II 0 Rooks baa returned Postage Stamps by an overtapping stamp may not 1 .It'N101t until: LEAGUE I
from a visit in Panama Ploy and be counted aa pelage RECREATION (ages I..l I

Penmcota. Good I 4 Postal employees. other thanrural Final games of season\ Flyer
PAGE I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rude and Forever. carriers, are not requiredto Smith Motors IS Qulncy TVle.\
ffl' have NEWS !
I family and fount May affix stamps to mail matter I phone ()). 3; Frosty Mom Moats
been vacationing at Mexico Says Postmaster 4. Co.. 0 Pro ,
5. Postage stamp. with deflH Qulncy Telephone ; *
Beach.Mr. .nt mucilage cannot be stuck on Mr hosts James ty Morn Meats 1, King Edward
Parsoni boring Ittma of todal nature art urged to call and Mn Pierce Willi.nil "M..t everybody knows that[with Scotch tapeFurther Clears 4.
Mil. May S. Richardson at MAiD 7-6503 left today lor GreenviUe. S. Cn I\postage stamps are Information about tKtK: TKNMS: rMMrS Final 'MlaiHllniist Wear Loot
where they will visit their erer"says Poslmamir Jal11l'.1 and their post This week closes out the tennis King Edward Clgan 11 i
'and daughter in law, Mr. and Q t. But not age stamps proper use daasra for this summer Frosty Mom Meats 10 S
everyone knows ran be UblalnPd by call
Mrs. Pierce ftllbams Jr. and that airmail stampssnoot be MAin 754110.Graveside). mtllJlJl: ON nov. rRAKKXI Fryer Smith Motors t 8
two children. They will also vial\ used m ordinary nig >O KOR Qulncy Telephone Co 0 IS
jP. Jona/ with her staler. Mrs. R. W. Carmlchael Tlx mall"I I, -- nile MOMS H\AL: TOP TEN HITTFKI
supposition that
and husband in Atlanta postRoenn ah h
Player team avg
01 all Next 71 talay from T to I
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tile awayMn types all denomnamms Rites p Horns Fryer Smith 3t1 24 .M7PhJmpa
al the Garden Center will he
and daughter are useable under Frosty Morn 42 28 .el II
Mr and M..... George Roberts M.... Sieve R. HresneU Dean spent the weekend any 1Tf'I1"1'I,' rinn of the.lnno.-t mailer at the chi For H. B. Pigott for last the class Home on Flower m'l Ingram Quincy Tele 39 22 M4
of FWladeltthia, Pa. are leaving in Columbia S c. with Mr. on hit Is (logical G.y. rrver-8mlth' 50 }t Ml
r today after visiting Mr*. Mete Dean whoa training at tort impression but there are \tltll.r.T t"tIlITn" Young. Fryer Smith 4" 23 .49Dndson
geed reascms why certain restrionons Gnveside services wire conducted RttoI4 rK nlll'\! SET!
antsy GuardMrs. Tel fit IT 471
Ja 'ksnn with the National Qulnry
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Mias Ermine Owenby left Sunday I Fred Kibilka and Mn mutt be applied For example for II B PlRiitt U ot Registration will\ contimie to beopen gray. 'King Edward, 46 22 :43H
tltt'v; If I use of airmail stamps In Quincy at 10 o ,kxkestrrd ynvirninu through Thursday September .
for Ocala, where she will Lanier Richard attended a V McMillan Ftye rS. SI 25 49)
pmci of ordinary postage were at the Lake Ellen: Oemeterv 10, the second Thun lay after
teach in Ocala High SchoolMrs I dinner meeting of the American > fiance, FryetsSmlth (19 21 ,451Edwards
to bi permitted I the piwial envpkiyws in Medart \Ukull County Mxiol starts and date set forM :
1. G McKinnon visiting Cancer Society at the Floridonlloh ; : : King Id 1(1( 2S 443
her son Ralph McKinnon and night into whose bawls the I Hi in with Rev David Hall offlcUtlngBom iulget grlddi Ir1I1ILAll '
'I. Tsllahaiwee Tuesday
In question sine would not know I In Uakulln Mr will be eligible
family In Melbourne O Bamhlll County yiHingHtin
Mr. and Mrs. II
+- M.... R. C Outer had aa and children have returned to what kind of service the matter 1'igotl moved to Qtilno! in I4M lie I lor the program who are PFRMNALMn u _
Sunday Mr. and M.... }'\. '1\1I'II1'1 their home In Winston Salem. N. wanted and. was willing to pay was a member of the Santa Clara than 120 pounds In weight 11I1111111'1'1 J. S. Ware and daughterMiss
.. for sino rates on air and Chun-h Mr. diedsuihnlv leant 10 of s...
pepper and Mr. and )1. Robert C. after visiting her mother Mn star Kaptist llgott at yean Annorta Ware left' Thursday
"ulpepper and two children of; Drew Halre and other relatives. fse mails are calculated difh'rnub Sunday at Lake ViewPoint January 1. 1(85Rcglilrallnn I In return to their hitne In Vlrkinia >
HawkuwviUe, Ga.. and Mr. and Mr and Mn R A. Rush had a question would Immmt lake Talquil In (I,",,,,"I cards will he available :, after visiting relatives. Mrs.
M.... Joseph Culpepper of AugUKta. for several days his' lately arise as to whether or OmuirvSurMWrs only at Mays l>nigs and Rec I I Ireallm I' H Ahney Mn r" 0. nnutf.J. ,
Ga as brother guests and sister In law, Mr I not the mailer knew what he was induik thn-t diugh Pipartment al Otv Hall PSsre and F.tlll"l'lfl Ware,
,a = ;g s. CAI..a Bobby Letter accompanied Mr. and M.... Marvin Bush ot Las doing The amount of pelage apopht'll ten, Mrs Fninkie .I"hn,* and Mra. llok Grant and Edward Vegas: Nevada to. the item might intlk'stesortsn Mrs J4innle Pemard. both of teams last year' are also required. |Mrglnls came with them_ .
Woodward, Jr. of TaUahas- transportall whereasthe Itaytown. Tex,. and Mss Vismla to tVKttUr again this a'satn.SAvsrttld. j
see on a two weeks tnp throughthe -1"'Ial| nature of the stamps .
For Kelley of Sansola two suns
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Entertain :
would t':04U"ORUAll
Baileys induate
mid western atatesMtxs tranonnrtalkm by Insurance Center
Jinimie Burr Pigott and R mntrPlgott
Martha Lola Smith, who Mrs. Joe Higdon air IflIP latter Interpretationwere youth ham'ball players areexpetUxl
\ Iliwlhome\ : twoslstir*, ha\e unifmiu launlemt
pent several days with her sui chosen, then post up. due at Mn J. K Ray, Qulmv. anti Mn to 1121 West lelfenon
ter. Mrs Lanier Richardnon and Friday night Mr dad MnLamor the point IIf delivery wmM need W. L. Man Tallahaw soil and turned In to the Hetreall
entertained with a to be -ollix ti-d Sic nftn'MamoHcn in Di-partment boiled at the
husband !left for Greenville North Bailey lour llifan'lht''I'n.ThP .
a Carolina, where abe ta associate dinner party In honor ot Mn result in sntiut nlsms and ,lily Hull lease Identify sn we PAT THOMAS
profesaor State CollegeMr Joe Higdon who left for Denmarkto enibarransmfiils. and they also uUI'I'.MII'1Il1n1111..1 ran give proper credit
and Lewis Gregory visit her parents fur two sometimes result In payment of agreeter home was in charge of ..rru,11"I I INSURANCE. INC.
and family and"M and Mn Wt months. Colorful summer flowers total amount ot pnntiige mentsFAIR.
'. Betas and family have been "'"' at Interest points. than. would ordinanly be .rrnpilred : Mason Music
vacationing at the St. George It- The I guests enjoyed an evenIng Oil) DH1T COMPANY
land cottage of the W. D. Bella. I"i of music and conversation.' So Postmaster Qix reminds us
Mr and Mn. Ralph Burroughi: that we ran promote our own last \Miin'Hie Or I' R. infi.rtatwilvcd U E. Washington Street o
and sat Herman of Malone and Bridge Club Meets Interests In use of the ttwtn a .teller. fixxn Oklalmnadry
M.... Fate Shepard of Qiattahoo- St'rvt.* by learning and applying with a note saying the $.'10 PIANOS ORGANS
des visited Mr. and Mrs. Morris I With Mrs. Bishop the following name tiles enclosed wan for an old doctor
Peterson and family Sunday.Mr. I Airmail postage may be used hill of $IS whlih alas had been Band Instrum.nts
Mn Mercer Bishop was hostess on airmail! only. One Stop Means
and Mrs. Scott Gregorywho unable \lilY" '" extra $33 was and Accessories
Mist Mary Helen Maxwell have !bran In Montreal N. C to her Tuesday. afternoon bridge 2 Airmail stamps may. .he used for Interest The dnrtur recalled Complete Service

Mr and Mri Monroe Maxwell of Climax, Ga., most of the summer are visiting rub this week Late. summer flowers ]'lo PlY fees for slat lKl' smites tow |lIP had di.UM'red a baby on aoil Home Ph.: MA 7-6705
announce were at Interest points. (spivlal handling < ml
spi< Alivery
their parents Mr. and Mrs R. D. rainy n In tebrtiary,
the engagement of their daughter, Mary Helen, to Larry Woodward and Mr. and Mn liar- I Winners of high and bingo\ were Insurance, etc I m airmail III 14 ail had I 'i. no charges to Usea Man. I..... Wed. ft(.. DIAL 627.7151

Joe Cumbie, ton of Mr. and Mr*. I. E. Cumbie also oi bert 'Gl'I'liory.Mr. : awarded novelties.At ankles. the family hnaUH thPyW'I'I' 4 MOO.m.-All flay Nat QUINCY
Climax. Th. wedding will be Saturday September 19. I and Min Max Goes and conclusion of three progressIons _3 Any stamp. partly concealed peed ;
the hostess served an attractive -
Mr. and Mn
<-- children are visiting
and children In party plate.BANKERS.
Howard Boylan
Bridge Club Meets I An Open BookSo ,Orangcburg S. C They wlU also
MEETING'
With Mrs. StricklandThe I take a trip to the mountains while YOU WILL SAVE MONEY AT

obvious yet the lot ot us, away J?
Tuesday morning duplicate MUll Sarah key and Miss Marguerite The West Florida Banker'
All like book
an open : returned business and dinner meeting was
bridge club met with Mm R. II : llendrix have
Strickland this week Late summer Displaying ourselves on the bill! from a lour ot Canada and the held Saturday night at Wakulla
board of life I .1
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flowers were at point of In western .1111. JITNEY
For all who choose to Inok
MiOtll Tine from attendingwere .JUNCiLERifi'DA
tcrest Sandwiches dips, plus In Mr. and Mn Francis Qulncy
Our are etched In bold I .
a blanket deviled eggs pickles pages and children have been visitingher Mr. and Mrs. L. D. McMillan ti f
clear
olives, cookies, coffee and Cora type mother Mn C V Pac In Mr and Mrs. P C. Davis
That time will not I J
eraae Ga. and relatives In and Mr and Mrs. Arthur DMaoon. .
Cnlas were served Boxes d dust IndHUbly Atlanta ,
The Imprint stamped '
I Ala. WEST JEFFERSON STREET
awarded thewinners. Piedmont
were
Ing powder
Lett there for ui to fare
Ben
Ben Dutxnn and son
Mrs.
Will we be pleased and point wherehe I :
Mrt. Maurice Owens and Mn with pride left Monday for Pensarota Birth Announcement
Weinberg. Jr. won liMIt To Is playing In a roll tournament.They
Henry the Image our neighbor see
I will return tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Cart Joe Fowler
place Or excusing ourselves In devious I Mn Sam McCall and children I,Jr. anncxmce the birth of a tom

I ways ,\left recently for Miami to visit born at I.4} Monday evening '
To hide reality* her mother Mn S. S. M(0111Mrs. VakVrta, Ca The baby weighed 3 Lb. 39C
If what stands out In bold relief I J. N. Campbell Jr. of seven pounds, 14 and 44 '"I'
HILL It a picture of love and beauty Bartow and her mother In law and has been named Robert Baa .
Combined with loyalty kindness Mn J. N. Campbell of Chlpley ley The maternal grandparentsare
and faith I were guests of the former brother Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith I ROBIN HOOD PLAIN or SELF-RISING
DRIVE-IH Mixed In with a sense of duty and inter In law. Mr. and Mrs. of Qubiry and the paternal grandparents Jitney Jungle'sand
Weve little to fear ai we meet 'Carey Everett during the week are Mr. and Mrs. C J'
our friend Fowler of Qulncy C
And look them In the eye I endMr. and M.... David Burns had -- FLOUR 10 Lb. 89
FrL. and Sat.. We experience a fellowship and 'as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Card of ThanksWe Bag
trust Charles "Ota'k" Lewis of Winder Jitney Jr.'sJACKPOT
Aug. 21. 22 That money cannot buy Ga. wish lo thank! one and all
Mr*. W. S. Bell I Mrs. Jo Itlgdnn and two sons for the kindnesses and mnakder-l SILVERCOW
DOUBLE FEATURE I have gone to Denmark to visit alien shown for the welfare and
her parents, Col and Mn Ralph recovery of Dr. Whltmom after 00
Mrs. Douglass BrooksIs Williams to rtwo months his accident We would especially MILK $1
"Savage Sam"and Hostess At Bridge Mrs. Betrlee Campbell of Val- like to thank the Qulnry Police.! 7 Tall
parka has r'I'IumfdtnnMt after visitors and those giving fkwen.tit Cans
Mn. Douglass Brooks ass tow visiting her sinter Mn 11 E. I kindnesses will never be f c- THIS WEEK
Morgan for a week gut tin
ten to her afternoon Havana Bridge dowsers Club Stewart Hlnsm has returned |I Dr. and Mon W. W. Whiunore WITH $5.00 or MORE

"The Birds"I of yesterday from Merest her garden were at point 'I'5 home Panama:. Woodward after City spending Beach family with of a Tallahaa-week the W.at I Birth Announcement I ORDER49c:: 00

I Winner of high and cheerio received Mr. and Mrs. Jams Robert Atbrltton F AD 250
novelties Mr and Mrs. John Kern and announce the birth of a
I Sandwiches and mint Ice were of '
Sun., Aug. 23"Who's granddaughter Carol Cravey sun' James Robert who
1II'rvt'd. 'Orlando were tIf'II1.. of and one-halt w..IKhf'd'I
'Mr and Mrs. Albert Kohnkt and seven August pounds I, In Phoebe; Putney : LUZIANNE PREMIUM BLENDED INSTANT

BeenSleeping family morial -ptlal. Albany (.a. Paterml -
Birth Announcement Mn Drew Halre and daughters gnndparenta are Mr and

Mr and Mrs Bill Arnold of Miss Dorothy Halre and the Mn weekendIn Carl M.... >. C Albrlttcst Mn. ALI COFFEE 6 Ox. 6 9 c 1AME =
Willlston announce the birth of a Spooner Daytona, Jr. with pent daughter Mrs brtttnn la the fcrmer Miss Patricia'
daughter Auguat 8. She hM been Rouse Jar
Charles: Lester and family who

In My Bed" named The maternal Victoria Rene great Arnold.grsndparend Edwards -. had mother spent, Mrs.a week Ilaire here with her I Birth Announcement YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT ITt!
Otho
Mr. and Mrs.
are Mr. and Mrs. Sam M Claln have : and Mn Pat Suher anrwmre -,
Mr
Quincy.LEAF __. __ ,as guests their am and daughterIn i the birth of a rut bet,
law Mr. and Mn S. S. MoCUin last Sunday morning August a In

Mr.. Jr.and of Clearwater M.... Floyd Bassettleft the Radsden County llnspitai The c
THEATREPhone baby weighed seven p mda and CATSUP 19
to Manh- 140s.
recently on a trip 4 saves and has been named
Ingtm, D C, Niagara" Fall, Qua- James Byron U. '. and tot.... Bottle I
MAin 7-6885 bee and Ontario Canada. Solar have three other wet Jesse
Mn G. L. McCall and Mr. and. Mark and Karl tot,.. George W.
Mrs. Francs McCall and dilldrl'll Munme la the maternal grand
have returned from a vlaU
Thurs.. FrL Sat. with relatives In Monroevllle. Lav molhefgnme.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Love of St
fish fan hear freqimctes DOG 5
Petersburg have been vacalksv senswi.my FOOD Can
to 1000 ryrtrs per
Aug. 20. 21, 22 Ing at the James Cox cottage at up the Miami Hewiuahura i Limit S Please

Lake Talcniin. Bin Cny 1._, IIIItM
O.pt
Mr. and ..... 0. V Caraway
.0.
rant hnr at I
r- w.enn tkarwwamrs.tan *: Mr. and Mrs R. II. Carr way. fish SUPREMFS
Mrs. Joie Cephart and rat and
ELVIS PRESLEY Mrs Nina Bevta '1I1'II1rdl1f .

*' ANIMMARGRETi OUve-BurrHl lid Church In ambling Balnhridge at the Friday BUD- BUSHED ? ICE MILK Hall 39

a.e fono* mownmmiirnrm night The bride Is the niece of Gallon
Mn. Carraway and she was a .
t $it guest at several parties In Bainbridge
9 Viva I3S Vegas preceding' the wedding EASTERN HOUND WHITE
)fro and Mrs. W. M Davis and
l1 PANAVISION & MFTROCOLOn family are vacationing at Panama c

sty Beads.Mrs 59
T. M Cumbie and miler. hi POTATOESCALIFORNIA 10 Lb.
law. Mrs. EJlMhem MUan of Bag
22 T.Da'H Mnnday morningin
Sat. Aua.
at
spend two or mree weeks
Montreal. N C at the erttageof

KIDDIE SHOW M.the...funwr Pale Spean and grand. r (
cMldren Phyllis and Tom Sloganreturned 19
"STAGE COACH" Hundsy from a vlell toOnrk RED PLUMS Ib.
Ala. with i.U ves.Mrs. .
Oliver MrKeowa and Ater "'..
AssiMer Mn Churle. Pan are MAfwe
vision h SM rranrtaro, Cant V.. ... Yar 0.-,
Sun., Moo. Tu":'. with Mr and Mn. Andrew Hop. snag t-- T. U WILSON'S

Aug. 23. 24 25 '"""Mrs.: J R. Usfi and ...... :

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DOUBLE FEATURE"ROBINSON GladysWeetin. y at Panama OtyBearh. F. P. May MULLETCHOPS

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I ; compassionate love and chord Iningrattosi preponderantly Negro.; Today 23
(EDITOR'S NOlEt TIleI forgiveness, not bitterness, hatred, Much has been said about the school are all-Negro 5J have
UnlUl8hed Nfr educator, animosity and rabble-rousing integration in the school Onlyan [ewer than 10 white pupils and
retired Army offloer and CMrrvsttv .Tuthfulness, not decelttutoesi; idiot believes that a Negro one school ha 100 Negroes; and
fouler of hi* roe and respect of duly constituted; needs to be In clans with a white I white student. White parent
Ms). Hurt Atom Roblnum authority, not lawlessness and child: to get the full benefits of an in Washington, D. C, have quietly
of ..". Valley, 0., expro M* Mi mobocracy a* practiced by the elementary, high; school of sec folder their tent like the Arab
views ol the U. So racial scene Rev. Martin Luther and ondary education. The best minds and moved their children out of
King
(. Ito following article) James L Farmer. and the most successful NegroesIn the Qty ot Washington, D. C. to
the United State were educatedIn avoid integrated schools.
The activities, conduct and behavior Christian ethic deny King's; segregated schools. No man John Lewis, representing the
II of the civil right group theory "that "the end Justifies the with knowledge of our intelligent Student Non-Violent Action Committee -
during recent month reflect In means It was this pagan theory Negro citizens' achievements of the Student Non-Vtolent
I A Week an advene manner, upon the which produced the crucifixion of will deny this established fact. At Coordinating Committee i* among
Days Jesus, the torture of martyrs, the the radical
character and Integrity of the the present time there are many most element ever
Negro race In the United State burning of witches, and the denial more segregated white primary to arise on the horizon. He attempted
Their continuou program of agitation of life and liberty by corn schools (198) than Negro-Puerto to make a bitter denunciation
KING COLE For Your intimidation and thread munlatic movement A preacher Rican one (131) In New YorkCty. on the platform In WashIngton -
have done incalcuable harm to above all men, should 'know D. C on August 28, 1963
the cordial race relattona that that to flout s.wandandto order, to 1 A segregated; school i* defined during the "March on Washing.ton" .
previously! existed between the foment stimulate a* one that was 90( per cent or parade If John Lewis had
ShoppingConvenience White and the Blacks In the strife I Ia a departure both from more Negro: and Puerto Rican, been permitted to make this attack
United States both North and Christianity and from Good AmerIca and desegregated school as one upon members of the Congress -
South. The performance observed urns. No men In America that was anything less, in the and other constitutional authorities
SUPER MARKET by the leadership of the Congress have made a larger contribution North, and 100 per cent of one or as he had Intended (o
of Racial Equality at the In recent year to the regrettable the other in the South. AccordIng do, the cause of the Negro would
Cow Palace in San Francisco dur public disparagement of law and to these definition, 22 percent have been set back S to I dec
inK the Republican<< National Convention order than Is true with Rev. Dr. of New York' elementary ades if it was felt that he represented
July 13-18 IW4 are Martin Luther King Jr., James L. school (131)) at present are segregated the view ot the Negro
among the most disgraceful ever Farmer, and John Lewi The as are 19 per cent of 'race. Coercion abusive lan
seen In public life In any nation burning: of Negro churches, the its Junior high (23) schools. There guage, ultimatum and threat,
WE FEATURE FROSTY MORN MEAT PRODUCTSA of the world. No citizen of any bombing of Innocent children In Is also one segregated high school. all are obnoxious to intelligent
a church in Birmingham: the die in free ,
country, with elf-respect will condone The numbers are double what they people a society and such
appearance of three civil right have been made\ Dr.
such conduct sponsored by were five year ago which mean by Martin
of Racial Equality workers in Mississippi must be Luther King Jr.. James L. Farmer
the Congress that the schools of New York
Product of Your Home County under direct I luperviilon of James placed on the doorstep of the City are more segregated today Roy Wilkins, John Lewis,
above three leader of mobss.To
L Farmer one of the founder, than they were five years prior to James Forman, Gloria RichardsonIn
and the national director. preach nah-violence, yet this time.If Cambridge Md., and StanleyF.
I The National Association for sanction street demonstrations the present trend continue Branche of Chester, Pa., and
the Advancement at Colored People which incite to violence, 1* to In a decade from now then the many of their associates. Regarding
FRESH PORE at its annual convention, heldIn stir up the deepest emotion. Un- minority becomes a substantial churches, I do not believe
Washington, D. C during June, der luch circumstances, lawlessness majority in the dty't schools, 32 that any sensible person,
1964, under the leadership of Roy unrestrained, breeds more per cent rather than 22 per cent Negro: or white, can truly worship
} Wilkins, executive secretary, forced lawlessness.The ot It* elementary schools will be in a hostile atmosphere
STEAKSFROSTY 3 lbs. $100 through a resolution contraryto I Rev. Martin Luther King segregated: 29 per cent rather where he 1 Ia either at unwelcome
the wishes of many member, and James L. Farmer have consistently than 19 per cent ot it* Junior high guest or host Therefore, Negroes
condemning\ the potential candidate carried on a campaignof school will be, and, depending should attend churches to which
for nomination u presidential threatening and issuing: ultimatum on where they were built, one or i they are not member by invitation -
candidate for the Republican : to constitutional authorities more segregated senior highs: only.
MORN DANDY BRAND Party and declaring that a United ( in our towns and cities under could appear. I Civil right worker from the
State Senator with a distinguished threat of reprisals of bigger It is necessary that the neigh.borhood Northern state should return to
record a* Major General with marches sit-ins confusion turmoil primary school, segregated -! their respective state and permit
SAUSAGEFROSTY Lb. the armed force of the United and so-called non-violent ac as it is, be maintained: in the citizen of the South to
3 $100 State, and a* United States Senator tion. The effectiveness of civil New York or elsewhere. In New work out their problems where
Roll was unfit to serve in the right aggressiveness ha* reachedthe York City and Washington D. C, problem exist, among themselves
,,,, presidency when the record, at point of diminishing return. the school are more segregated Negroes in the South are
the time clearly indicated, that Today we need tolerance and today than ever before and onlyan competent to handle their Individual
: MORN BUDGET SLICE the majority of the delegate already patience and faith among the Ne idiot would believe that they and group relationships
w. elected for the Republican groes; themselves. Plato said, can be Imbalanced with a present without interference from outsiders.
National Convention were on record '"The author of the universe i* geographically] located population Let them return home and
a* favoring the Senator. Sucha hard to find." Rome was not of Negroes.; stop or desist in making matters
BACON 3 $100tit resolution indicated a bank built In a day. The Negro has Voluntary Mixing more difficult for the Inhabitant
lbs. rupt leadership and demonstrated come a long way in the last 100 Integration should be made of the South. They have plenty
that the National Association for yean. Whether he realize it or only when both races agree on Integration ot dirty linen to wash at home.
Die Advancement of Colored People not, he owes much of his past without the Interference YMCA Turndown
1 II out of the mainstream of' progress, and hi* future hope,, of the courts. I am violently opposed A* recent as my graduation i
FRESH GROUND the beat mind among the Negro to the white race. Patient cooperation to integration by force or from college in Massachusetts,
people of the United State I between the races in compulsion of schools, restaurants not one first class hotel in the
) : eef'd" working out mutual problem,, or any other accomodation<< when commonwealth would accept a
The disgraceful performance will prow more rewarding than the situation exists on segregatedat Negro as guest, even though he
BEEF 3 lbs. $100 of the Southern Christian Leadership hysterical demands and threats, present. Civil rights cannot be was with a group of other citizens -
Conference, under direct which can only hurt their Just enforced, in good: faith, by bay in attendance at conventions.
leadership of the Rev. Dr. Martin cause such u is being done by onet. Dispute the Supreme Court I was turned down also
Luther King, Jr. In St. Augustine, the mob leader of the civil rights decision, or the Negroes' demands by every Young Men's Christian
FROSTY MORN ALL MEAT Fla., just prior to enactment of groups for equal rights, or the public Association in Massachusetts fora
the civil right legislation; by the The sooner Negro leaders relinquish clamor\ of demagogue and politicians room for overnight when I screed -
PILLSBURY or United States Senate in June 1964, their boisterous, revolution-, or even the logic advanced on the debating team of my
BALLARD'SBISCUITS are another example of mob rule concept of demanding: "Now or, by the honest crusaders who college and traveled with other
BOLGONA 4 $100 and rabblerouser leadership, publicity Else," and start asking for great. believe that Integration Is the student of my college Conditions -
; :; hound and demagogue er consideration and Justice, the, answer, the fact remains that Integration have changed but did not
.
The activities of the Student quicker they will gain acceptanceof never ha and perhaps change overnight It took time.It .
I Non.violent Coordinating Committee their right: they seek, but never will work in cities with resulted from a demonstration!
under leadership of James change must be voluntary, and I large Negro populations. Take of excellent conduct on the partof
FROSTY MORNFRANKS Forman, executive secretary and peaceful and gradual, according: for example the schools In Washington the dtizens of the Negro: race
John Lewis, national director, Involving to the conditions and drcumstanc-. D. C at the time and lnee. Street demonstrations
restaurant In Atlanta, es of each community. In the Interim School integration In the District did not contribute toward
Con 7 ( during 1984 and prior to that year each community should I of Columbia as it now any change; such activity
L 31k Oz. $100 are other typical example of the and must be free from rabble-" stand, Ia i a shattered dream. The would have prolonged the change
;.. type of disgraceful performanceswhich rousing crusades, u together local I desegregation ordered In 1954 by rather than expedite same. Yet
have paraded on the headline Negroes and whites work out their. the court resulted, first In semi- I have acquired an education, and
of our newl media. Such own salvation without outsiders, integration, and then resegrega- that was all I asked for at the
activities are un-American and professional agitators, mob leaden lion. Many formerly all-white time.
contrary to an principle ol de-. and rabblerousen. f schools are now all black, or else, 'mi 1k. Alk..r (G..)_H.r.U I
II SHOW BOATPork tvncv. and .lfawpect..
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The civil rights group have', vAmericas
destroyed the cordial race relationship .

I & Beans 10 J:. $100 FROZEN ed *State. The that for group prevailed the past mentioned in five the Unit.decide in-

this article have done far more
: : FOODS harm to the cause of "citizenship

STANDARD PAZ among the youth of our land than
has been the case with any of .
those group that are referred to

TOMATOES303 $100 FROSTY ACRES a gram* extremist of Intimidation Through, and their heir:;r; CAwroGt fshpok Sport Corps

threat, they have created situation -
in which racism and racial
WAFFLESSOz. unrest were stimulated, fertilized
and cultivated. Marches, sit-ins,
:
CARNATION Inflammatory speeches and law
violation by the Southern Christian

Congress Leadership of Racial Conference Equality,, and the

MILK 8 loo ( the Student Non-Vkdent Coordinating

i SOz.Pk 10 to the Committee increasing have disrespect contributed for
<
j. law. and law enforcement authority

DIXIE CRYSTAL Kooning Mob Rub
Mob rule mobocracy) and disrespect -
for law and order have Slap IT Nan Sport corp.4J .
been encouraged and have become
SUGAR loLb.4$100 so commonplace that even schoolchildren
: SHIP AHOY BREADEE disregard constitutional
authorities and think nothing ol
same. Even In the nation's capital
} COMO TOILET Washington; D. C. the crime i
wave Ia 1 so great no woman, rte
SHRIMP gardles of color, is safe on the
street at night without proper
TISSUEDELMONTE 4'$1oo protection. Churches in downtown
area have felt obligated to move
Sunday evening service to 5 .
o'clock because of crime among:
C Negro youth. The civil rights; ==
FRUIT 8 01. 49 group have encouraged this
Pkg. shameful and disgraceful situation
In all of the principal cities of the

: COCKTAIL 5 J: loo i United Disrespect States.i for. any law. left unchallenged
and uncomcted, must
eventually bring\ all law into dis best sellers
respect. Glamorizing lawlessness,
such as I* the cue by civil rights: .
group, under leadership at pro
COCO COLA 3 Bi $100 tensional agitators, nbbl< C and mob leaders Is doing great
harm to the youth of the land and Your best buys!
to our program at training our
youth to be better law abiding

IRIS dtiiens.Negro civil light\ : crusaders
gRN1 largely led by outsiders and demagogue Now at Chevrolet
.. Invaded the South, breakIng your Dealers
1i law in utter disdain! to dull
authorities. They baited enticed.
goaded dared insulted\ and
I threatened and they trespassedby
sit-ins, Mand-in, Ue-ina, and

CRISP general dvU dtsobtdtencsv in The the Stands to reason: America's number one Or
lawbreakers possibly you'd prefer the carefre
I'Struts until a wave 4.w ": can have got to be your best buys. Conrwr.

literally swept the nation North Aram th year that means your greatSo come ahead. Choose favorite
CARROTS I lOc :'and South. They created an at- Mt buys in any Zt are at your Chevrolet from among the 45 best ways your in the world!
of tension, bitterness dealer
Bat I'imosphere and contusion which resulted In Take s your one-stop pick-shopping center. to go in the number one automobile

the reappearance of such groups ,' But hurry.
Perhaps the Jet-smooth .
.e
u those referred to u extremists Chevrolet w.u.sThe way hey rt going no
: GREEN HEAD 'that had become Inactive during -America's best telling how soon they'll all be'IPllinr
i automobile. Or
recent decades. maybe M
1 gone.
| The Rev. Maria Luther King the fun-loring Chevy II i. O. Better see. Cbnroltl'1)'OW1f
'I.Pr L. Farm John Lewis your
James ro steady
CABBAGE 2Ibs.15 'atr3 James Forma are doing a with these afaamt7tea 'I'DUIt' CIIIftOU'f IWII dealer con thing tike Out
I .
treat injustice to the youth ol the !IOnmtt.0mllt.0ttrJ
land b1 ttwIr t'pe Ii )e.dershipThey .
ar now the ierStates batedmcala afTairtfldlbrrrffe_
I the United by **. GoJ Orn.M1 J Iwr.J1tDat 10 61fJict III dtaIn)
flSUNZIST Hal numbs of our finest dnaen fOUT
both whit and Negro.tC"iiM1 '
|- Arts 03 TO
19c I Tbe Q\rIItIaD re1lctm from III
LEMONS Artiest beg1wkb+aa has laugh tu&-
MANNING TAYLOR
trance and rMnId. IIIIC ,neeSet- CHEVROLET CO.

II ; tvtneta and caMigaUon: *T.
,Handing and brotherhood, tot dog-
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Last summer she screamed when xve took her near the
ocean. Now she loves to splash around under her parents'
watchful eye. One day she'll be swimming out past the breakers
T H E and riding in on a wave. {(

How does one explain this emerging courage? It is a comA
bination of growth, training and confidence. And no two( alone

it :7. are sufficient it tab all three.

11 These three have also( their spiritual counterparts. From

Ftf the day religious education commences, a child begins to show
.. .. evidence of spiritual growth. This is followed by an aptitude
v' .... ee lJ for learning tho simplo but profound truths of Christian belief
and practice. Ultimately we see evidence of a deep and endur-
ing confidence in God- the magnificent quality we call Faith.
Then moral courage, true character, emerges in the lives of
f our sons and daughters.A .
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vast spiritual ocean touches every chore of life. And
those who once venture into the surf are never again content
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tloo of the United States placesall on the same charge and placed Ir lon vacation, nature study tour
Federal legislative power In y tt9f the county jail In lieu of |1 M: Cecil R. Duncan visit for a study of hbl
the Congress and grants only Judicial bond each They remained In jail Lady BirdI Interested n
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powers to the court In until Tuesday morning when 'bond mention political alms wu
i X dismissing their assumed power .w'.i was made In their behalf. To Receive B.A. made. o

to so fashion the law they make Barbara Preston will be rearrested Why was the Snake River chosen
these two statements: when and If she applies for ? And why mention of the birch
"The range of judicial inventiveness l the fine she paid last Saturday Degree Aug. 22 trees? Was the lad using bin

will be determined by.the according to local officials\ JudKl'Blackbum ulars to or secret
nature of the problem has trial for hideouts lp .
set the trio Cecil Ray Duncan s 1960 graduate lr post election fugi
'Any slate law applied, next Monday, August 24, at 2:30p. : ot I
= Quincy High School and
ever, will be absorbed ,- UV'A .
as tA m the son of Mr. and Mrs Cecil I the lad In the stern trying
law and will not be an Independent Duncan, of Quincy, will be the raft How will he spremedlcal
source ot private rights" aogapprmdmalely \
explain toA
Thus we see these men assert Talquin Electric e graduates toreceive the ludt'nt

tog in the court the power to k4s B A. a B S. degreesIn about us* Will

fashion law, to use Its Inventiveness r cmPmt'ftl exec be farther along drifting w
s (Continued from Page One) rises at Llpscomb towar
in the of Dvd Collr.
process fashioning Nashville. ., August :the Red River 0 a yplow
law and expressly declaring that of the there ,
some more Important natinnnl 8:30 pm O w excess
FSU cmCUS-'M .. Lynn Mitchell daughter of Mr, and I be Kate law In those matters will not and international problems) Mr. Duncan Is ministerial cargo tol over and W fighting .
of Itself, a source of private s back the
with which he Is concerned s up right
ss /
.. Edward Mitchell of Havana, will appear with the I rights. but may, at the discretion congressman student and has preached for the fork

FSU Circus on CBS Sports Spectacular scheduled Sunday,, of the Justices, be absorbed as At the close ot the meeting Ephesui Church of Christ at Columbia

August 23, The 30,minute TV program will show the I Federal law and then, as Federal door prizes\ were awarded to Tenn, while completing
I requirements for the B A. Thos. Memorial
law be applied to the rights' of degreeat
circus performing In Nice, France The group toured litigants lucky members The first prize Llpscomb He has majored In
of General Electric food freezer
Europe this past lummer Mint Mitchell, a senior at It the members of the Supreme s was awarded to Mrs Martha history and minored In psychology Group Attends

FSU, is a graduate of Havana High School and In majorIng Court are to fashion law, using NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD Is being presented to Danny ot Liberty County Other I .

in elementary education their lowing own state Inventiveness law only when and to it!- Fred Hodges (right) in recognition of quality life under prizes Included\ air conditioner, of President Llpscomb Athens will award Clay the Pulllas degree ConferenceSeven
television set, electric
portable
writing service to the citizens of Gadsden County C T and Dean
Mack
meets with the approval of the griddles Irons coffee maker and N'rtlnl'81t
disregarded because It denlei: justices, and I Is by them made Straughn, a representative of the Gadsden County Association other electrical gifts. These Wayne Craig ",11 present the valedlctnrian persons from the Thomas
of many
otht'rraPt'R
benefits to '
Judge Taylor equal, the next occupants persons of thai t federal law, the provisions of of Life Underwriters, U making the presentation.Photo gifts were donated by suppliers s mP11 Roger King, Memorial Baptist Church will beattending
.
Berkley admin the conferences theRidgecrest
the st
constitution
the btllnP
granting
Icgis'alive dealers
and Including
Photo Studio & Flower appliance
"bench with equal propriety could I power lohePdt'ral. by _Shop, ,t.ttlo major Salutatorian of Baptist Assembly,
Electric ,
(Continued from Page One) eliminate the requirements as to, w me congress,. and. govemmend conferring 7"' I Graybar Anderson Electric Supply Corporation G E.Supply class Is CharlesLocke Rldgecrest{ North Carolina Those
the sex, age, economic status and only Judicial furter says: the Improvement of our system ol Union Murfreesboro, Tenn, attending are: Miss Delores Bry
powers upon Company Supply mat
Hiprinciples
the Constitution and adapting !family condition of the persons to the courts have become U obsolete 'The Court today reverses a government Of course, what COnIatltutel General Electric Company, Ray ematics major ant Miss Carolyn Brockman, Miss

to modern tJdOM benefit from Mr, Girardi generosity U the Tenth Amendment uniform course of decision established Improvement varies with bro Electric Supply Company, Es- Dr. Rex A. Turner, president ofAlabama Chester, Miss Ma Bruise,
feat In a strong statement be I made, which provides that: h by s dozen cases. Including the political: thinking I of each individual ramble Treating Company Joslyn Christian Coltp. Montgomery Danny Webb and T R.ver
whlrh should substantiated not unless by In the caw of Mapp v Ohio the "The powers not delegated to one by which the very claim The men appointed t to Manufacturing & Supply, 'Capital Ala., will commencement and Mrs Guy Wad.
It can be Court, going beyond the neceiwl the United now sustained was unanimouslyrejectt'd the court were selected becauseof speaker Founder The Is
such let States by the Const! |Tire Company Suber and John o AlII'mbly o
positive proof. record For and proof observe ties of the case before It, overruled lotion nor prohibited by It to the only five years ago," their so-called modern views of son Company Talquin Electric the 23.year-old junior clt'l. of two Amblt'1 South-

ui look at the themselves have said precedent of long standing/ and stales, are reserved to the States And he refers to the decision as the Constitution It follows inev- Cooperative and Stewart Young/ Turner Is s widely k .vanlt'Jl em The other
what they awumed the power to control the respectively, or to the people." "A massive repudiation of the itably that the real possibility for Appliance CaInteresting among chul't"h QuiR HI Assembly Is located in New Mexico
and done rules of evidence to be used in This assumption of legislative experience ot our whole past in the situation Is in the exercise of appliance exhibits the B.A. dpg at Glorletta During the sum

In the year 1R31 Stephen Girard, the trial of canes In stale courts powers by the members of the asserting destructively novel judicial the power of appointment In the were put on by appliance dealers rW'eee, U.. Jones Law mar months some 30,000 persons
by his will, left a fund In trust when turning upon the validity of court violates the traditional viewsas power President and the power to con from Qulncy and Tallahassee School, and MA. and EdD degrees will have stayed at Just the Rdll
for the operation of a college for searches and seizure Three dissenting to separation the firm or reject which ii vested In Talquin Electric Cooperative displayed from Alabama Polytechnic crest Assembly A
the education of "poor, white, justices! agreed upon an government :has !long powers been of: court In even has held more that recent! cases the the Senate These officials are I electric space heaters and Institute gram of conferences and weeks
male orphans between the ages opinion In which the writer said: regarded ai one of the legislative apportionment elected by the people The people security lights Graduates will begin com of study continue for three months
greatest! in each branch of
of six and ten yean" The City "I am bound to say that what safeguards of must, therefore. accept ultimate Supper was sold to members mencement day with attendance of the year
our the
of Philadelphia was made trusteeto has been done Is not likely to promote system. dt'mOCl'lUc'1 legislative must be made prt responsibility for what Is going by the Gadsden County Council of at an 8 sm breakfast at which The conferences which will b
administer the funds of the respect either for the Court Having gone this far these manly{ upon best population, These decisions on In government U reform Is Home Demonstration Cubs' Dean Craig will be host and open to the group at1Pdlnlf
men be described
trust estate After more than a adjtidlcatory process or for the see no need to refrain from Invading I the language can of Mr Justice Stewart in. to come, it must come from the Entertainment during the Blipppr members ot the faculty will serve this week are: Bible Conference,
century of adherence to the willet liability of Its decisions"And the executive of who them people time was furnished by Will the students At this traditional Chrisrlun Life Conference, Our
describes In these
Mr Girard, an opinion was rendered the opinion concludes with government powers words, Mcdaln of Tallahassee. who sang Dean Breakfast, PhT (Putting Librarian Confel'l'l

In 1957 wherein It is said: these words: I In the case of Cole v. Young : Bits & Pieces some folk tunes and by Adronna Hubby Through) degrees are also and the Church Conference and aChurch
"The Board which operates "But In the last analysis I the court had under consideration "The courts draconlon pronouncement Anderson, Judy Chasm and Andy awarded wives who have hfolp Architecture Conference

Glrard College Is an agency of think this Court can Increase respect a statute which provided that the which makes unconstitutional Anderson, the first place talent their husbands through O Wednesday evening, August
the State of Pennsylvania Therefore for.the Constitution! only U heads of each of several named the legislature of most (Continued from rare One winners President and Mrs. Pulllas will the group that attendedwill
even though the Board was It rigidly respects the limitations: departments of the ot the fifty states, finds no support -. ) The meeting adjourned st about give a I't'Cf'plo for Iadatlindall discuss the Conference at the

acting ai a Trustee. Its refusal to which the Constitution places uponIt I "may, In his absolute government discretion In the words of the Constitution neither could their parents, But 9 pm famllt I'I'lla Prayer Service hour, a
admit Fount and Felder to the and respects as well the principles and when deemed In In any prior decision of this over the years the schools have present for .
college because they were Negroeswas Inherent In Its own the interest of national necessary security, court or in the 175 year political"' been improved and taws have 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the college dinIng -

discrimination by the stale es. In the present case pl'OI'P"l suspend, without pay any civilian history of our Federal Union been passed making It mandatory ASC Commiiiee hall Gadsden Men
Such dlncrtmlnatton is forbidden we exceed both and officer or employee' of their several The thinking of the court Is that they attend to a certain With 144 graduates In the 1964
by the Fourteenth Amendment voice becomes only a voice of departments' The act made clear In two quotations from level Today many of Gadsden spring commencement, Llpscomb
It Is not of much concern to power not of reason" also this specific language contains : Mr Justice Douglas In the final County colored people are attending (Continued from rap One) will award degrees to more than Are AssignedTo

the average citizen that two col. In the case of Schware v.I "The provisions of this act opinion he recently said college at Florida A. M. ASC community committee work 230 men and women In 1964.
and boys will receive a part of Board of Bar Examiners of New shall apply to such other departments "Happily all constitutional questions University and other good schools. and who are representative of the Since becoming s senior colI'l Tyndall AFB
the Girard trust Nor Is the mere Mexico the court held that the and agencies of the Government are always open and I I would venture say that there various types of agriculture In In 1946, It has ( .
fact that the Institution known .i Slate of New Mexico could not' as the President from- what we do today does not foreclose are quite number who have the county or B.S degrees o 2261 men and Gadsden Cnt has sent two
Girard College may be racially Integrated exercise final judgment as to the I' time to time, deem may, the matter' 1 parents .; are still unable to To be elected are three regular Wt'ft majoring In more than 25 0"1(1 and airmen to the

In the future a matter fitness of an individual to practice the best interests ot necessary national : The Justice regards as e sourceof read and write. Things: are Improving committee members and two alternates different fields of study two-week active duty tour of the
of great importance law In that state and reversed ,"' happiness the fact that all and will keep Improving who will serve for one A senior liberal arts college 9326th Air Force Reserve Recovcry
But it Is a matter of the gravest a decision denying admission to e curity"lle President Issued stability has been removed from lit we are able to keep this country year, beginning October 1, 1964- accredited by the Southern Men Squadron now functioning at
Import that a decision of the man who had traveled for many In which he a proclamation the Constitution free and united. The chairman and regular members eaton of Colleges and SoIR. the giant West Florida base, Tyn

Supreme Court denies to the State years under aliases and had twice "Now, therefore says: In a paper delivered at New But now these CORE and other of the elected ASC com Is pprrIl Ilall. dall Air Force Base.
of Pennsylvania the right to pro'tact Joined and been active in the Com the authority vested In by virtue of York University Justice Douglas civil rights workers are in our munlty committees will sun serve supported by Captain James W, Cox, Qtnr
the to mimlHt because the me by the said: of Christ It has a capacity Is with revision
Its citizens In one party, Suprema Constitution I end mldsts. In those very churches as delegates and alternate delegates P assisting
which he desires his property put. Court held that the evldtnee : United Stales statutes I of the "Due process, to use the vernacular which the white man helped to / to the county convention enrollment each year of apx. vehicle dispatch procedure and

or I should leave showed to its satisfactionthat ordered the. It Is hereby is the wild. card in the hands finance spewing hate and discontent when the county ASC committee mately 1450 In the accounting in the base motor
u'Whrr) we devised a sum the Individual had reformed I act shall provisions to of that ol the judges. urging the colored peopleto will be elected The county convention 700 In high .rho and elementary pool and also Is directing accounting -
apply all
of money to be used In the education It vigorously I criticized the New and other departments I would not suggest that any of go to the theatre and sit by the will be held at 1:30: p.m. school dlvllio.. From kindergarten for the squadron and lIP

of Methodist Catholic or JewIsh Mexico court for saying of this Government"' agencies ol the you play poker, but most of you white man Invade hie eating on September (, 1964, at the Livestock to senior college, every to determine federal costs o te
children Our estate could not mans Communist activities: In this situation the head have seen it played You know places, show disrespect for local Pavilion. student Is required to have a reserve training program T
be administered without the action 'We believe one who has knowingly department ascertained of a that a wild card has three characteristics customs ss well as Jaws They Mr, Fletcher urged/ all tanners Bible class every regular school 9326th Is part of the

of a court having probate given his loyalties to such I ol the departments that one : It means anything the want to cut us apart- and they In the county to mark and return day. Group, commanded by Col Bryan
Jurisdiction, Our executor would program and belief for six or attending the employeeswas holder wants it to mean. It means are last succeeding It what I'mseeing their ASC election ballots to the H Phillips ot Jacksonville.Major .
have to receive letters from that seven years during I period of working for and meetings ot something different on every deal and being told Is correct. A.SCS county office. The deadlinefor Hubert S. VanLandlng-
court lie could not properly distribute responsible adulthood I Is a person to e subversive contributing organizationand money The holder does not have to disclose These hate mongers/ are now returning ballots will be Sep ham ot Qulnry ls administrative

the estate until he secured ol questionable character" suspended him The! Its meaning until all bets are spreading the news through s tember 1. 1964. A sell-addressed, officer for the squadron, directing;
a court order authorizing the distribution It Is not Invidious to single out employee) was offered suspended and declined down Thus, we must lace the handout publication that they have postage free envelope will be provide :activities of the squadron head-
It would require Miller Davis, Bradley Waite, assertion that the Constitution with 'juarters
{ Thus a hearing on the truth of have a candidate to run againstthe / each ballot for use in I
cute action In order for our will Matthews, Gray Fuller Holmes, the charges and he was dlsmlsied ml'tlnlto'hatlVpr the justices of Democratic nominee for mailing It0 the county office f'IIIEYs Master Sergeant Joseph E.

to be etfnctusled and our money Brsndels Stone, and Cardozo (to But It was held by a majority the Supreme Court say that it sheriff Their candidate, if his Eligible voters who tall to receive I IThe \1 King, Clahb has been assigned
used In the education of :youth of speak only ot the dead as judges of the Justices of the Supreme, means that they can change Its name was correct in the latest I a ballot may request one at the I : tower, bt'lp
the religion of our choice. II the who were alert In safeguardingand Court that this discharge! was Improper meaning at any time, and they do edition of the "Free Preis', was' ASCS office In Qulncy Ing to direct planes taking III
tale of Pennsylvania could not, promoting/ the interests of and the man was ordered not have to say what It means not a registered voter in this The ballots will be tabulated! story was all about LadyBird and landing Airman Robert with i,
through Its officers administer the liberty and human dignity through reinstated with full for his until men have acted at their county up until the last elections publicly by the county committeeat Johnsons trip darn the Knecht, Qulnr Is working, and '
Girard Trust because It dlscrlml law." period ot Idleness, pay The opinion peril and their actions brought and I doubt if he Is now They 9::30 a.m., Thursday, September river aboard a rubber raft I the base n. Mnlhls crews Greenwood
Airman Faullne J. -
rated between races, how could In a dissenting opinion MrJustice said: Into court and the taw is announced promise fair and Impartial treat 3, 1964 at the Gadsden ASCS raft had no motor so It : build

the court of any state order distribution Black Quoted this rule "The history makes clear that ex post facto ment for all ot the people ol Gads office, QuIncy. Instructions on eligibility Tat along/ like the current the, Is beach helping the drone a marin squadron -
of an estate that Is devised from an earlier decision: the act was Intended to authorizethe In this tragic state of affairs den County The editor writer or to vote and hold office, or Administration on In controlling lo and retrieving
to persons of one religious "It le never to be forgotten thatIn suspension and dismissal! only some men high: In Governmenttell contributor who wrote the Item on the election procedure will be Lady admired the scenery ,I drone
exclusion ot other the construction of the language us that the decisions of the settled! by the county committee Bir larrl.Staf
faith to the
ol about the The winds through
Independent
candidate
Jack W. Breeden
rh'v: ;: 'T = Supreme Court are the taw of the to to the Stale rtvr t SeIPnt
religious faiths I. of the Constitution as the seems to think that the sheriff of subject appeal Grand Teton mountains and ,of the base air
Legally trained minds can contemplate Indeed In all other Instances of the act as written by the Congress land and should not be criticizedby What this or any other county not only Committee ot Interior Udall explained the police, guarding of the sensitive
citizens,
the effect ot this decision where construe tlon becomes neces and the proclamation of the mere American makes the taws he takes out all birch trees on the slopes were : areas 'o security
decisions
of n lljllv-! to place ourselves as of the scores ot former MOTHER-IN.LAW ORCHIDS complete
only with the gravest President the warrants, makes all the complaints the only birches In that section is
gent oat clearly Indicates present :7riYWIIR In the conditionof This decision can best be described ol that court, many such written or Marshall concurred and then goes out and Abilene, Tex Mrs. Carl Sellers But the First Lady was heard rll."Tdall has been won-
the part ot the the men who framed that Instrument by two quotations one In by Taft men Hughes as and makes arrests wholesale-just aa gets to wear many orchids to gasp when another pt't aakI I AF In placing

t dUf the Supreme Court to i ." from the justices who concurred Tanney been overruled long as it happens to be s colored Including a flower ed U miners ever took gold from I our men t..tv where they
which have prI'
f' granting the protection In order to apply this rule he In the majority opinion where Holmes members ot man or woman. This couldn't be I which bears ::name Jack the water there ,will quickly ptto. newest lea-
of their{ laws and courts attached) to his opinion an Appendix they admit: by the present which now further from the truth Again I Mane. Miami Shores, Florida, an Well the raft was so big some I lures Air operationslaid :"
they Jo"OI
and
to Individuals In the use of private I which he said contains a the court all orchid lander sends bound to sneak along o
Vie recognize that this interpretation of the land. say they want to is prey on his choice rift was I Jesse Parker. commander
the law
property when the use I Is such that I resume, by no means complete, of the Order rests upon 11'11III are not decisions the law of the Ignorance ot the :. people blooms to his mother-m -Jaw by Bt there was no brig aboard 1 I of the (329th He paid
the stale' could not spend, tax of the Amendnenl's history Asa a chain of inferences drawn from Were those written If not and to drive a wedge between the I air mall special\ delivery He recently Secret Service guards held high tribute to the alertness
monies for the same purpose But part of that Appendix he quotes less than explicit provisions. the land when decisions the friendship that has existed In sent her s first-of-its-kind hit head under over the side the I efficiency of Tyndall AFB a

the Conirtltutlon of the United! from a Mr bhanklln a statementthat A minority of the Justices said why are the land present* If the former Gadsden County for so long between blue orchid which he named the rest ol the way I part of the Air Defense Commandcharged
the
Slates makes no effort to limit the fourteenth Amendment ot this opinion: law of taw of the land the two races "Bird Sellers OrchId" In honor of Later the of the trip with defending mil partof
individuals In the disposition of strikes "down the reserved rights The President believed that decisions were the changedthe I had a letter to the editor a few his mother-In.law. fame out BII'd pUI I a combina j the continental United States
their personal wealth.\ The Fourteenth of the Slates declared by the the national security required the when written who has make them! weeks ago which\ I did! not publish
Amendment merely requires framers of the Constitution to belong extension of the coverage ol the Constitution to It was written by e white professional
land
afford all cease to be the law of the
that the slates to the states exclusively and
Act to all employees. That was confront theAml'rlCIft man that I know very
persons the equal protection olthe necessary fur the protection of his judgment not ours. He was These questions should be well I know that he has spent
laws and due process ol law the property and liberty ot the given that power, not us. By this people They the much ol his time and money In
the Chard College this considered In the light ot
In support of people. The first lIf'.tlon of
the He
the Negro
action the Court so Interprets behalf says now
that to the
fundamental principle
decision the opinion cites the amendment Is to
proposed '
he Is Then
Act as to Intrude Itself Into presidential that through are
but falls : who loves liberty. the usurpation
1l-hoolIPKI'Piation {canes strike down those Mates' rights man
I policy making The Court and others like him-and plenty of
this distinction The school Invest all In General ol power Is tyranny
to draw and paver
should not do this, especiallywhere In whatever them-that are getting tired ot the
be
must fought
held that the tyranny
segregation canes' (jovernmrntMr
thesestrangers
Congress has ratified thePl'f'Rld'nl'l |one way street since
state In operating altai. school Justice Black Is now a leader action form It appears. It Is equally have Invaded our
System could not maintain segregation of the majority of the Court destructive ol human rights\ :
of schools because this denied The scope of new Ideas developed bPllpyt;'Court order whether It be garbed In the ermine county
the students In these slate by the presort membership "We robe of royalty the gold
schools the equal protection of of the court Is not limited to re- has stricken down the subversive most el epllets{ of military power or the Dr. Langdale
the law These cases dmlt with striation upon| the states or IndivldiHl fee'live weapc against black gowns of the Judiciary
the Government
svnllablo to
the expenditure of tax money cllliens In the case ot activity But we should also considerour
which longed to the slate anti Textile Workers Union v. LincolnMills It is not realistic to say dilemma calmly dispassionately (tatlmied from Fife One)
colored ctllsens. aswell cniullired art that the Government can be pro and with an honest effort to
In which the the court an THE
STATE
QUINCY BANKIS
as the white were Interest ot the Congress which provided: tected merely by applying the arrive at the true cause In order tackle on the champtonxhip University
II'nllljobl.. One never of Alabama football team
Act to the correctremedy
ed. But the Girard College casedealt Section 3\ 1 tat> Sulls for violation that we may apply
knows just what job is sensitive that the during his undergraduate years
with a private estate which of contracts between an I submit to you c
was merely administered by public -employer and labor organization We cannot tall to observe from basic fault lies in the American where he served as an assistant
In ordf'r0 assist the industry these decisions that rights and people coach In It42
officials representing employees in an -
private citizen In the employment affecting commerce as denned prerogatives heretofore exercised In the early days of the Roosevelt Dr. Langdale received his A B. CELEBRATING ITS

of his estate In accordance with in this chapter, or betweenany by private citizens, the states, the administration{ the (court adhering sad LUX at the University of
and the Executive held He earned the LL-B
.Alabama.
his wishes soft labor organlutkin may Congress to the Constitution.
This decision opens the door to he brought In any district court of partment ot the Federal Government certain acts of the Congress 1st Harvard University Law
now being exercised by deal," to be School and also his MBA. In ,
are
\ entirely new concepts' ot privatetights' the United States having Jurisdiction parts of the new
nine appointed to the Supreme President Business Administration. He Is
Remember the Glrard of the parties, without respectto men unconstitutional The
Trust was, for poor white, male the amount In controversy or Court, demanded that Congress increase s member of Phi Bets Kappa 75th ANNIVERSARY
In Baker Carr, a reapporttonment the Delta Kappa, Jasons
I orphans of a certain age group without regard to the citizenship v the number ol members of OmIcron
case, the dissenting that he could and Delta Chi
U the race of the beneficiaries, as the partlrl'Thl. Supreme Court so
specified by Mr. Girard must be of would appear to be a tea opinion of Mr. Justice Frank appoint men who would sustain He Is on the Board ot Directors
-- of the National Bank of Atlanta
snnahly simple statute and on such legislation regardless Fulton
I only the' Constitution-{ The people cried out and Governing{ Board. Georgia
that had for its purpose
Positive Protection He U member AND INVITES YOU
a
SEPTIC TANKSERVICE extension of the Jurisdiction ol In protest and their voices were Military Academy
Federal courts to certain classiiot heard In high places so that the ot the Methodist Church.

suits But what do the justice Against wholesale court-packing plan was

say The? question then Is what U : I I abandoned.But men on the court died! er CORE Workers

the substantive law to be appliedIn : retired and others were appointedto

suits under Sec 301
conclude that the IllbatanUla" Truman and aroectoa
I. to he applied tn suits under fee, men have had etertsc pending\ trial or other proceeding.
:Ml tat is federal lAW which UM wtrtl in common I conviction that in accordance with Uw'
courts must fashion from the the Constitution archaia. obso Another "Order
ot our rational laboi and an Impediment lathe Ion for Slay" was .Issue = FOR FREE
ices PRIZESTO
i policy. d to the kind ol social order Canwell which stated: "Attorneys

Note well that they say thai they would fashion. for petitioner, defendants hi the
Court When the Brat decisions depart- in the Jostles
VACUUM CLEANED the Justices of the Supreme "WlI.IlIAII' leantrsnk.d criminal proceeding
to "f llhlon"III' Inn loom the Constitution were of the Peace Court Quite Gads-
are
i nut th* Congress U ,...shbae.< IasI
REPAIRED substanUve law The QinstitIMF. .. found sal asehdohaly sae t.: rendered fur example those. sustaining den Cbunty Florida having
... t.oa. rIG_' VMI e..d.1 the wsgeJmur taw, the moved ore teams fur a stay ordu
wary kut lh_ SMIraMelt 5'- act and the' agricultural BE GIVEN AWAY
security
social this Court staying
U you eau. vvur KkiWoltv as from
I dpew
I 627-8403 I ,da tpc<(> WWaea.4 rtM4 relit bait they were feedings In the said Justice
........ lumber. WWaeau.dInMN We liked them And Peace Court penmnt the pmuhkflung

Ur.ode b.N. e.oChrs sod ... .e..1Kt1.a.e.w..S ".... mta wed at the violation ot luc ot notice of appeal\ DM b,
Nights (27-6868 t ,. woaa .......... dds .... Constitution the warptng In behalf Iran AT FORMAL DEDICATION CEREMONIES
them prttttonen
r% .... ae a .... as'awas. twitting ol the words to give them the order of the Court remanding:
w ern tads tee Mendod l by Iheurauthors.
QUINCYVAULT s meaning never this cause to the said Justice oi
i pact lOOilLIT8M Once the Mopleappeer- the Peace Court be and It Is her.*,
CO. ed to five approval to the exet- by denied *
er tall peer Utsl tubes cUe by the court ot the power to Gadsden County Sheriff Ortw THURSDAY AUGUST 27
VAULTS MONUMENTS dealer ear tot k LrakMCeaapaay. change the meaning el the Coosntuuon. Edwards was served with tItHe

I Pr.arlag It as only natural that legal etnouments Monday Bight Hmunedtatrly
MAINLINE DRIVE I the men eonsntutmc the courtshould had the two wilts
QUINCY toss $M7S teed that they should continue men released from the count)

to exerase this power lot cents. They were Ihea re&rrstd


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TAU: CHARGE

How did a gnu root recur*
iI"IIt'e of connervati manag
[nlnut odd to make hint to
felt that It could Meet Hi rand
date and bring hIm the largest
majority of delegate ctrength In
) he history of COP conventltiniT
low com what wa billed u an I
uphill fight mulled In uch a
I i lll.. AOOp SI' !ihoo-ln! That I II a question for I
NOBODY { STOa '+ the' pundltt and commentator
Saves You More THan WINN-DIXIE ( I
IIIiMP I ( IIIlllIIll who, prior tn the Ckiw Palace con

____..._...1111........... ( ..Ii.l.pMII MI1IlIIII.l.11111111.. .. ..___ III'Mattw victory, paid more ittentlon -
to the biased "(top Gold- I
watrr" polls than they did: to the/
W-D Brand Naturally Tender SHRIMP ON READY TO SERVE GLASSES) QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 22ND real I mood of America.
Cocktail wows ...,. TOMIt.. INO. i eOetHieNT' -IM4 One ilgninrant factor was the
3 79'REG.
Glosses wide participation of younger
peopl In the coniervatlv movement
69f COPELAND COUNTRY LINK GRAD E -A" Thli li not to lay that all
dtolt'.[ate* to the convention wets
Sausage u. 59'REG. QUICK FROZEN young, for many older head were
BEEF SALET.BONE (her* who pmueMed the xper>
49, FISH FILLETSGrouper FULLY lens and nlMnrlcal perapectlv
to properly ametia the prevent
: '. Lb. 39'FRESH state of the nation. But titers
teemed' to he a great many young'
BOSTON BUTTS ----- C lTUP.i er men and women learning poll-
tire, relishing It* challenge. and]
Pork Roast Lb.39'SUNYLAND /
1 young per-om of ronaervatlv
FRESH PORK Ir prhiclplri will find any comfort
981 er r fq at the Pemorratic convention will

lb. Sausage : : LB. 39'SO Y the inortly mnilt he of 1I'f'ft.the If election they do battle not.

EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BRAND BRICK may furprln" polluter again.

Sausage 59' A decad Rebirth and.l more IkoIW of active
Lb.
reeducation for Americanism I 18
Steak 881 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COOK-QUIK PEPPER now behind u* In 1MI. This
lb. s writer hal participated this

Steaks 10 Plkpk 89'SLICED ,nonparttwn* of similar effort purpose with manyither who

BONELESS ROUND or WHOLE PORK SHOULDER haw joined to bring about a ,..
bIrth of belief In and respect for
Picnic the' vnhie of freedom, Individual*
Ib. 39* urn, and pemnal reaprtwlhlllty

SteakBONELESS lb. 881 .................-..... ...... FRYERSReg. Th payoff U now '. ONiienihlp
training I pmgramt In th*)
chnolrnoma In livtuetry, by rivtarganl
1oo EXTRA $TAMPS, tallow, and In pamphlet
ROUND and other media, haw mad themselves -
Wt. CbMervattve-mlnded]
WITH COUPON NO. 19 BELOW AND peraon who hav not In their life
lime had any ohnlc/ at Ih* pull
Roast lb. 88; Hormel Boneless 39/, are going ta h* inking sane pert.Inns *.
qurvtlon of tile oandktateaYoung
CANNED HAM people In college* and

100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON I No. 18 BELOW. GROUND SAVE 10< unlvenllle uitdonrtandlngi have gained of oonomlc broadened ,

S9 A POUND "longer pollllcal,1*and It Impnealhl aortal lfte to find\No

Beef 5 S195 3 I.. CAN $2 college eponomli* department
that wilt rrfut tilt Keynetlan non

................................ LB. em*, On-tided: declaration challenaeil.
ADA style are often

.. .. by both faculty and itudenta
--- -------- laughed at rnleery
=.>>(K..IiiUI" Patrlotlem I II not
t 1111JIUI ''r1W1 II-- M
camels, and a good many
college are teaching tile bas
mental of the American heritage
I ; I without having to apotogti MTk .
; e It.
A : \ Right KM (4 Mile
S S
Tim was when many of the
....... 1 prominent campi organisation
,J / '' I t'.n.RRf ; 1 1 were fhmmunlit Infiltrated' and
1 oriented. Red cell wr cm.
H0 I QFEP Miracle i iI I r 1h found m our big name unhertle -
e i i As oRt Them II no .lunger true, de-
OUTH I Whip : .pit. th fact that Communlt
1.J MAYONNAISE. i \. ...a..ww..) S hAW launched maw)'* efforts tit
."" i p iptur* u many collet Students
II pneatbl and Red front activity
fJ nee........11' shawl up. Oolle*)
MAXWELL HOUSE ASTOR SLUE M WHITE ARROW; IMPROVED TIDE / ALL PURPOSEDETERGENT administrator should enotmran

COFFEE j COFFEE | Mayonnaise :Miracle Whip= i i DETERGENT ASTOR OIL 1 morh Democrat Young convention RejuitJInin In heir, or and other divine Young pro),.


Savt 14( 1-Lb. Can { Savt 18< 1-Lb. Can j Savt I I0' Quart Save lot Quoiti394 =I Sov 111 Giant Box j Sav 21 t Giant Box Savt l 10* ,. 2"- I. Bot. erfe"ifs right that will kind focu of pnlnlci.rreeldentlal attention. upon
I I hnprful BI r r yOoldwater
ha* ma 691 59 9 ? 4811 581 25 extent hums* of hit Pest

1 S 1 pie and second enthuelaam him.of To the a young great po de
!late
tree this was tru* of "the
Good To The Last Drop N.w Easy Open Can { Compare Quality and Prlc : Fomom Quality lew W.D Prk* 1 1t Compare m* wath. tot pric {Fame Quality law W.D Pric Campari Quality and Prfc. Preeldent M..ald who** bio:..
Pr Rnbert that JfK

.. II:--- .._lliillII." a ____n .. -. jme tn fahulmwly popular b*>
:to.ilJIIIII\'I.I!! : : "; "''''_ I-1i!mall fI'.n.- .1IIIIJIIij'l5tlN. rUM lie was able nfnehow to
make dot nation "feej young
agak4. l.< thl* U now imw-h
more than a ....lIn.. Th yowl*
SAVE 5.2/3t EA ASTOR FRUIT SAVE 20f CABOT BRIQUETS MORTON ALL VARIETIES FROZEN "en, alway have to tau evef

Cocktail 3 NCc2'a $1. Charcoal. *g 79' ; 'the" rein to ,Uvor and youth Utould.\ ta Then polities.! \Uirh

Meat Dinners 2 .79 If they *r* dedtcalM to principle
SAVE "* EA. THRIFTY MAID SAVE 20, FONDA WHITE PAPER and oevoled to itrengthemng tot
1000Ct. Individual M wU a. the nadoen Mwhc4
Tomatoes t 8 Plates t 69'SAVE .
Canl' 'I' Pkg. SAVE 10 I .....
LAMBRECHT FROZEN ....... III ...... ,
SAVE 8* EA. HAWAIIAN S-2/3t 1A. DIXIE JUMBO FRESH WASHINGTON STATE PRUNE Mow that Senator Goldwttetnelder

Punch .4 Cons 46-0z. $1 1. Pies . 3 Pkgt.12-- *1. Plums 2 Lbs. 39' Cheese Cake EACH 69' f.deal+.i le to a*rebuild enraervatlv,hi* nonunatkn hi* party bull IIQ a, he a tsar* to I I.

SAVE 2.5EA.. LYKE'S VIENNA REG. 2U EA. DIXIE DARLING RYf U S. NO. I RED BLISS going to fibrin Ha.enthuaiaani andppnrt

Sausage 6 Const 1. Bread 'I" 2I ;,33'SAVE Potatoes 5B 39' MORTON FROZEN ALL FLAVORS on*. Young RepufiHcan yigr leader eche**
I" at 10Iut II of Ih* M slaw
SAVE "< EA. LYKE'S 10, LITTLE DEBBIE APPLE FRESH MOUNTAIN GROWN POLE Cream Pies 2'o79' gave lltm YoShfcir w ?

Corned Beef 12
skid
10* THRIFTY MAID HAWAIIAN MOUNTAIN GROWN VINE RIPS 730 tenon!* cot>

Catsup B =' 19' Punch 5 Wit; s I. Tomatoes. 2u ,. 39' Thi. America nation I II I II w.*M. veak HIM haebeen and.

defeated land no skit of povertyrirken
fie""a, a truth tfiat ...-
.5..r Mnrlnn emphaaUad to the
EXTRA I EXTRA I EXTRA Republican. It can petty It*
.4'1i GREEN STAMPS ax GREEN STAMPS ill GREEN STAMPS leader trail ammg weO'lnnvm.*
.na r---. -----. -r-r- .d ynung pefvU, U w* do not Inr.tt
.Two ..... e_. .-*. CAM 000. 11-f h. S'S SIAM what tt I* the our gre.bee
aDI ,ltlA TI(TOT*M>k' CHAGRIN' 000 fAMII.rCrtmt restS W* onfldentty\ be.Uev .
upon.
d Oyster. 2(5'15 Julc 4/89 49' that from now untd NI.
..... .... ..
u. fyjy TMM AMMT Ifn TMW Aeever ""nher we h0 enotliw to hex
: 11 1. ir reawakening of Inter**! totermtntng >.
.. ...r..r..... ..__- whet II beet M Amen
ha at the .deble rang .,.,..
EXTRA i EXTRA the ....... This Witt he a chaflenfng
EXTRA, fee peopl.
IISII I I I year young
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II I 3/'l. 44 Candy Beet '1" Seedless Grapes
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EXTRA EXTRA EXTRAOMIte What anewer WM I ghrm to
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Jni GREEN. STAMPS. b GREEN.. STAMPS ill...GaHH STAMPS. .. Where may this castor Wfcwid
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Johnny WatsonIn Jackson Heights i Mount Moriah Mitchell Rites Mrs. Porter To Be SEE FLORIDA THIS: SUMMER

Recreation News Church News Held Sunday Buried
Washington SundayFuneral

Johnny Watson, Cadsden'i N*. By Ttmathr Lam This Sunday the Sunday schoo Services for the late Mr. Raymond service for Mr*. Annie Visitors Enjoy View From Sky Ride

Honed 4-H winner for a trip to JUNIOR SOFTBALL LKAGIE!: will begin at its regular hour Mltchi-n wai conductedrom Porter will be held Sunday, August .. ...,." ewe", ..
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Games 14) wllh Supt. Lefall Clary presiding St. John A.M.E, Church -- r 2 -
)I the Nation'i Capitol, left Friday ( through August ,, 23, 2:30 p.m. from the First
August 14 for the National 4-1 (ages 13.18) Morning worship will commence Sunday, August 16. lie died etv Holiness Church, Hardaway. The
Conference In Washington D. C Games of past week: Jack at 11:00: am. The pulpit will txoccupied route home in Washington, D. Con deceased died at the Gadsden
In recognition of hit outstandln ion Heights Rattlers 8, Westslde by a guest minister while Tuesday, August 10, followini; County Hospital following an extended .
achievement In11 Project Pirates 4; Weslside Pirates 10, our pastor is on vacation. Music a brief illness illness A native Floridian '1
work this youth will apend a weekat Boy Scout Bulldogs 6; Jackson will be furnished by choir No. : The deceased li a native olGadadcn Mr*. Porter lived in Hardaway; t r +:ar
the National Center for train- Height Rattlers 12: Quincy Red who Is under the directorship ol County, was bom, reared community for several years. a p.
Inn in Citizenship, August lt22Tht Devils 8; QuIncy Red Devils 18, Slater Katurine Squire The choli and attended the The well known citizen passed
course will Include I group Boy Scout Bulldogs 15; Uckskll will be accompalned by Mill schools of the Elementary.. away Tuesday, 1:45: a.m.
dlscusslona and tours to historical/ H Bees 13, Scott Trojans 2; St. Gevendolyn Watson. Several yean ago he moved The program will precede the
sites In the National Capital. Other -Hebrew Lions 8, Hillside Rams On last Sunday our pastor wai with his family to Trenton N. J. eulogy. The eulogy will be delivered
Florida 4-H'ers In attendance 0. guest minister of a PUreWomen'iDay where he was self employed In by Rev. G. Richardson, min -1 '
are Loretta Jenkins, Marlon League Standings Program at the Bethel A.M business. I later in charge-
County; Samurl Itaywood, Sump- Won God PH.Ucksklllet E. Church, Tallahassee, Fla., ol The the The survivors are James Porter
preceding
ter County and Georgia Marshall fees T 0 1.000 which the Rev Hlnson is pastor program and Lessle Porter both o y i'I
Dad County. Scott Trojans 5 2 .714 He preached from the subject: eulogy. Miami, and Sun Porter Tampasons. ,
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Jackson His. Rattlers S 3 .714 Christian Responsibility" He livery The Rev, H. Ford delivered the Harrison Hull, brother oHardaway. I r1G
Westxlde Pirates 4 3 .571 grateful to those memben eulogy. .tra. Elease Cooper,
Sylvestor Keys QuIncy Red Devils I 3 .333 and the Andrews Choral Ensemble The survivors are: Mrs Pe- Mr*. Slmmle L. Keaton, of Hartford
Boy Scout Bulldogs 2 S .286 who accompalned him. Visitors cola Mitchell, wife Thomas Mitchell Conn., grand daughter.
.Passes Away Hillside Rams I S .166 are always welcome at each father Mrs Sadie Bradley Robert and William Falcon, both
services foi St Hebron Lions 1 1 .106 of the services. Mrs. Rosa L. Fuller Mrs of Miami and Edward Porter,, I "' fA
Thursday 1 will p.m.he held at Holy Senior Men's IWtb.ll Leagueage WEEKLY ACTIVITIES I Ruby Bradley, sisters. William Hartford, Conn., grandsons.. Miss k7
Sylvester Key ( 19 T) Mitchell, Live Oak, brother, Mrs Mary L. Porter, grand daughter, la.
Neck Missionary Baptist Church Games of week: Dragons Tuesday: All youth are urgedto
\past ROM Mitchell, step-mother, Mrs Tampa. Mrs. Maggie McNeil, -
Jackson County. The deceased, I 10, St. Hebron 12; 64'i 8 Rams come to the Youth Prayer Hour Florence Whealon and Mr. Sallle Greensboro, sister In law.
native of Jackson County lived 2: Vampires 10, Sluggers 7. Dragons at 5.00: p.m. Sister Irene Brakley Waters, aunts. a
tor several years In Gadsden 12, 64's 7.League In charge. Our regular adult
County, at GretnaHe Joined the Standing prayer service Is at 7.30: p.m. Let Active Pallbearers: Arthur L. Leslie WesternAt r
St. Paul Primitive Baptist Church Won Lout Pet us join in this opportunity of Thomas, Alexander Powell, W. A.
and served faithfully for severayears Dragon. ,3 0 1000 prayer and fellowship. Powell, Clinton Jordan, George Fort HoodFORT
Lies chapter ended at: Rams 2 1 .666 Wednesday: Sister I. McCall and Forehand, Joe Powell and Kenneth
home: on Sunday, 1 p.m.: August Ml 2 1 ..1186t Addle B. Crutcher are Inviting! all Arnold. HOOD. TEX. (AHTNC)
16 Vampires 1 2 .333 available women of the church to Interment was made In the St. Army Pvt. Leslie Western, inn of
The surtvors are: Mrs. N. Hicks Hebron 1 2 .333 meet at the parsonage at 9'30: a. John Cemetery Simms-Jackson Mr. and Mr*. Eddie Western, Havana .flan,. Has .(... rhtt.
8. 1.. Jr, Thomas Lee Robert L., Sluggers 0 3 .000 m. for the purpose of the visitation Funeral Home In charge. Fla., was assigned to the 2nd Panama City's Sky Ride offers a view .. amusement parka and sugar-white sand "tchlng 'Info
John L. and Charles L. Keys, of the sick.Thursday Armored Division at Fort Hood, rolling dunes by the turquoise Oult. Panama City,ono of several top resorts In the famed Miracle
.sons Miss Minnie L. and Miss Dodgers Play : Bible CaRl Adult OP High Tex, Aug. 9. Strip, Is ono of many reason Oevsrnor Fsrrls Bryant and the florid Development Commission I
Tom
Katie M. Keys, daughters teachers meeting Is at 7.30; p.m. Western, a jeep driver In Company are urging FlorUlan te vacation In their own star this summer.
and M' E. Keys, brothers. Mrs. All teachers and Interested mem- School NewsThe C 2nd Battalion of the division \
Cris Dudley, Mrs. Toiler Gibson, To 8-8 TieThe XT* are asked to attend. 's 50th Infantry, entered the -
Mrs. Stella Ervin, Mrs. Martha 2 present enrollment forCarterParramore Army In January 1964 and completed -
No-
Quincy Dodgers came All members of choir are
Taylor, and Mrs. Martha Gray, Is 1401 with 103 basic training at Fort Jackson
Herbert Keys, brother. from behind to tie the Camilla asked to meet tor regular choir
sisters. students still anticipated for the S. C
Tigers. The game was called practice at 7:30: p.m. Marine Bet-
because of darkness.Rayfletd ey, president.Saturday 964-43 school term- This shows The 22-lPar-oldlOldll'r attended
Ml.. Zion PB Ellas, one of the : All chflren and adults an Increase In enrollment of 20 Carter-Parramor High SchooL
mainstays, started for the Dodgers nterested In going on the picnic students over last year's 1381 I
Church NewsThe but didn't have his usual are asked to meet at the church at student enrollment for the first Rattler Drills 't ,tP
sharpness,.waa relieved by Alto :30' a.m. Each member urged two weeks of school
pastor, offices, and members Andl'J'IOIIn the filth Inning. to support this activity. The administration urge all
of Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Fielding miscues cost the Dodgers parents to make sure that their Start MondayThe v
Church wish to thank all of a victory. Mid or children are enrolled If t
AME Florida A and M University
their many friends for making Buddy Johnson, Arthur Kenon St. James they should be. Rattler report for fall football
their Annual Women's Day program and Alan Dixion made great doenilvc Because of our overcrowed situation practice Monday, August 24. The
a success. plays which aided a rally Church News students are urged to re- tattlers open the '64 campaign at

Again we wish to thank our Service at St. James on Sunday !rain from bringing visitors to home against the Lincoln Univer-
speakers Mrs. Geraldine B. Holt The tie dropped the Dodgers In will be as follows: Sunday school with them. We would like sity Tiger of Jefferson City, Mo.,
and Miss Betty Williams for their a three way position for first N-hool commences at 9:15: a.m., to have visitors, but because of October 3.Rattlen.
find addresses Sunday We do not place with Havana and the Til la- morning worship begins at 11:00: the above reason and Involvementof coach Jake Caliber I
have the space to name all of the Mssee downs. The latter depended a.m., evening worship at 6:00: p. faculty and administration In said he plans to hold workouts
parddants, visitors and contributors on their outcome of their m. The Young Adult Choir and registration, change of schedules twice a day until registration begins h
but we want you to know that kmday'i game. Usher board No. 2 will serve book Issuance, etc., we cannot on September 3. Two sessions
we really appreciate your support The Dodgers will Journey to nroughnut the day. aocommodlate viii ton. I a day are scheduled each morning
We can really say that the pro- Moultrle, Georgia Sunday. Stewardess Board No. 2 will The administration, faculty, and from 8:00 8:00, and each afternoon
tram was a success In everywayWe The standings are 14 wins, 4 meet Sunday at 4 o'clock In the students extend a warm welcome from 4:;00 6:00.Hospital : .
were bcnlfled spiritually and losses and 1 tie. Mr, A. Edwards
home of MrsElla Lou Hinson.Weekly o our new teachers:
financially. Our financial report beheld education Mr. M!
prayer service will driver ; Report
for Sunday was $2,090.00. Arnette Chapel Thursday evening at T p.m. Barber, agriculture; Mr. R. Miller
Thursday evening at the hour of Stewardess Board No. 4 will land; Miss E. Forehand, secretary Admissions Aug. 11 through AugIT .
7.30:: weekly prayer meeting. be entertained Friday night at Mrs. B. Price, physical education ( Dates Inclusive )
Friday evening at 1.00 senior Church News j o'clock! In the home of Mrs. ; Mrs M. Campbell, social Josephine Kcnnon, Elle Houston
Choir rehearsal kVlllle May Johnson. studies We slncerly hope Ella Washington Rosa Dasher
Sunday morning Sunday school! met The at the Young home Women's of Mrs. Elizabeth Special service will take place this will be a rewarding ..ru for Maggie Smith, Quincy; Melvin THI RAINS CAME THI HOOF WENT-Lanslng, Mich, FIre Chief Victor Space surveys the I
will begin at 945.: Morning worship ohnson on last evening. The bug on Sunday morning at 7 a.m. them. Davis, Sarah Anderson Havana damage done to a shoe store by water that caved the roof la during a heavy rain storm
at 11:00: A visiting preacher 1 ness portion was discussed Also, we bid farewell to Mr and ; Samuel Campbell, Greensboro
will be In charge.The ransacted, and completed. Fol- Mrs. Morris Tucker, who served ; Earnest Ford, Midway.
Mrs. Sweet
Junior choir and Junior In Agriculture and English: rev BIRTH 1
lowing! the close of the meeting, % +
Italian will serve throughout the refreshments were served by Mrs. pectively.: We wish for them a Nathaniel and Elsie Houston > k y3s
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day Florence CaldweU. [ Dies Saturday profitable year In their new ende Girl Aug. 13. y t 5


r Hero and There at Sunday 0.30: ar.i.School with will Superintendents commence plate Funeral at press service time for are Mrs. Minnie Ineom- I avor.C The Rollins lunchroom, and staff manager, urge all, par-Mr. In Memoriam r > r, ----

Alexander and Long in _. Sweet She passed at home, ,
Miss Hazel Mitchell the daughter nets to see that their child or of Mrs. r '
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charge. All teachers and pupilsare Saturday, 11:45: a.m. August .,
of Mrs. Marie Mitchell, Quln- asked to report on time. following an extended illness. She 'children eat a hot and nutritious Gladys Gllllam Smart, who passed
ry Florida has Just returned to lunch In the Cafeturium each day. August 17, 1960.
Morning worship will commence was born In Jackson County, away '
Norfolk, Va., from the NationalAmerican at 11 I m. Rev. A. II. moved here severalyears ago, an I It does not take any particular ""
Dietetic Convention held lunter.. lie will be assisted by :became a very active citizen of 'Pvt. Williams day to bring you to our minds. M i
In Portland, Oregon from July local ministers. (the community and church. She is The day that we do not think ot r Tt
27-51. member of St. Paul PrimitiveBaptist I you are Impossible to find. You
The Junior Choir and Usher a At Fort Hood
She spent another week In the Church. are gone, but not forgotten, neverhail
Board will serve throughout
ether Western Stars while on the The survivors are: Bon Sweet FORT HOOD TEX. (AIITNC ( your memory fade. Sweetest $.
way home. day.The Senior Mlsilonary Society Rev John Powell, Andrew and Army Pvt. George W. Williams, thoughts will ever linger e
will meet in the basement ot the Jasper Sweet, Miami, and Charles son of Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Will. around( the grave where you are a
Miss Ann Elolne Cox and sister church at 1 p.m. Sunday.' Sweet, Grelna sons.Mrs. lame, Route 3, Quincy, Fla, was laid
Linda and Kim recently spenta President I Joseph Long Jr. announces Mary Richardson, GretnaMrs. assigned to the 2nd Armored Division Sadly missed.
d week with their grandmother, that ACE. League will Rosa B. Huff, Miami, Mrs I at Fort Hood Tex., Aug. 9 The Gilliam Family
Mrs Mari. Mitchell. Ann also meet at 8 pm. All membersand Alberta Green, Qulncy( Mrs. A gunner In Company C, 2nd
*, brought a friend. This was her Interested prmimi are urgedo Martha Sweet Los Angle Calif I Battalion, of the division' 50th infantry Legion Meeting ,tt)1c
Florida- She aim Y ;
first time In
Tallahassee entered the
attend. Mrs. Willie Mae Long and Mr* Katrine Tureen, William ArmyIn
like tt here very much. The little II directress. daughter Mrs Mary January, of this year and received American Legion Post 21T will r
time they spent hers they all enjoy The weekly schedule: SundaySchool Walker Atlantic City, N. J., Mrs. basic training at Fort Jack meet at the Legion Home Sunday a f t ,,
being\ In Florida Board, Monday 6.30: p.m.; liable Mungrove, Tallahassee, son, S. C. August 23rd at 4 p.m. All members
Official Board, Tuesday, 7:30 Mr*. tile Lee Williams, Tallahassee He attended Carter-Farramore are asked to be present.
The Peninsula Motor Club, AAA p.10.1; Prayer Meeting, Wf' k says wear white at night. Three. ,lay 8:30: p.m.; Junior Choir, ers, stepmother, Gretna One of tarpons at Marenlland n ,
out of every five pedestrian accident 7:30 be Indicates of oi Florida has been living in the w
Wednesday, : p.m. and Senor Interment will held In Springfield Nothing approval a i ,
*; occur. during the hours ofdarkness. Choir Rehearsal, Thursday, Cemetery SimmsJacknonFuneral newnpnper like a subscriptioncheck. Rectangular Oceanarium since

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Mn.up an (from left In the order ot their finish) Janl. Quinn 20. "Mis. New York"HCheryl .
Jan BechUIhelmer. 19, "Miss Arkansas": Diane Colletta, IS MIll Ohio and
Osa Antonette Hulllngr, 20, "(Iae* Utah."
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> thoroughly place beets lit
Odd Fact > *. lUeed cooked bets saucepan silk enough booing
r After thieve stole a ,1"DOG I Chopped* ptnUy water. cover. Cower and took

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES edit aadMOO to cask u4 tM Veil butter la UKepaB. until Under, about 49 eels foryounrbeeta.
I up a PHotsua. AJU, restaurantWMT. Blend. flout SUr n chick** .
( he eummne.t polio "). _II. Add __ Mack pepper, j Pd and slice. Combine re.
a knocking a telephone elf I, alt sad heavy --. Stir aid malnlnr miredkcata. Pour Nor
IS South Madison StratA \table, tlMH tiallBC for help with look sail smoott sad thick beets Simmer i U S mia.

hi. tongue. aa. I Serve 4.,






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GADS5EN COUNTY LLME S. QUL' CY. FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 50. 1 1964 PAGE! PTPTI:1?'1I/

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PlumblBf ruturM. EloctrinlSuppll I tlad.drn nark nunly th Circuit. FloilitaB Court. I 'BON VOYAGE' PARTY FOR FALL VACATIONERS
I CLASSIFIED ADS RADIO ): ./ l>ou.l.. ., Baiut
.*. Pip and Fitting*. and Deputy Clark h

Water Httn, TU. Board. I TV SERVICE Klch.id Vk for. Brvln Plaintiff IIIiAttrnay
I
Cu and OU H..t.,. 1_July it, Alit t-I II i iT 41 t
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..pair* All

Mikaa aad .....* ,
/MR A1.B I b.droom tram IN 1'1110 coo'nT 011' TIIIII ,.111.4
PTO MLa ley MMLOOaPMoom TT ,11'1>111'':. ...
/old brlrk ."U.. on It lot non* ROCCOPIPE nANn\\: '"'
tOR"'RENr : I r..ld.nll.1 a.... !Near school. MAI v-o. HI', .TAf OF FUKI,'A

fhurchta, and .nit route.. Ill.- fell
':'''0. I46 down. !No rloalnarHA 8 .URDAT".40UI' In ra ih. Kalil of
'hi a month Pbon Harana & SUPPLY 'AI.I"IA L. MRAHS. I
FOR RENT one tore b.4roomkom f"i-l. l AUK to t; tt CO. 41 TV *.... .tCm I... *..).
( 141(10. ,.. I
or ana tw NOT1CK
44 YEARS OF SERVICE .. .., _. .
bow f."
not kom* (or III.01 **r Monthwltk II N"",i a la haraby til van thai thai
I sM
pollah.d Oak noon., til l To ThU Ana T-.laiifd, hai fllad ,t* 1'!"nil + k ,
bath and hitch. ana all mode !.' ',",'In -"d. "'PO.rt ,iId'" liid
... aon.nl.nc.a. T B. flatckar FOR SALE PHONE 222.I5JT I Iool'l.AI" H :I'Alitll wt I" rnl'c 1'. Mo'n' Non ('",", 'I,Coo
Or.anaboro. Ha, Pbo. HI I. 1110 S. Monroe hare ihra Hln..r Hawlnc Mv :":" Aun.\" of the aa, itff
till *r HI I-till. Street ,'410.5 that war ......llmad Pay) < I I. Mars, d., ."...d rd|
3 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA r.palr bill II41 Thaa mfhl..,, >h., 01." fllrd .lip (0111' <'n ,rl
Bedroom mnrrrto Work, .r. ,1. ..".11.?, ahape Wrlll, '"r I I.. ,,,( '''.III''lIon nut lie tp
lea central beating MnpoU .nl. )ju...., \'IU. ....1"t I ply, Ion l r?r Final 1'1.,-h.1.p aid
Drive. sonar leaving ...... ''.nt.. tot H. Wrl.h It.. P.n, "l", 11 t ho :;nd d\ "f K pian
FOR BENT 1,100. auola, Fla. IIi t 110.l "I.101, 10.00 n' 'In<'k 1 Mr .
,', .. ..,"n Ihrraaftar u thor InI
ABC ,,.".,I ba .
nay It willPi
t
Bedroom I I
tram'
MEXICO BEACH crpcnihidlnlnic > to tha Count* .tlcl aIi
room, oak floor, 114 [EGACiNOTICESNOTli ,. 'kin n I'ouniv, Florida at hi'.
L..* ".. IM ft fraat ......-. O.-boro, .. i .t ACTM.M 'I, .111, r li" the <'ours Haunt ,1n
..... row I ...._. D.pl.. 000. FENCEINDUSTRIES i Qi,"," > Flut' ids for approval <,
(......*. ./... .* *F4oraiMla.Urban ae ,i4 final Hat irn and Raport
tlu.. tar ..,.., Oomprta 1 Bntroom. rxdHWk Mini, ..B NPKR riCTlTIOllNAMhl I.nn l f"r an ord.r of IM.trlhull,
....... ........ *.rrkMill Florida I LAW anil f"r Finn) Platharva .. .Udl
room ""'It IIII..I. Lows A,I ,,,l I.lr. ,,
pawl fur MIMIC w.. .. ; t r4tfnlnlalralor
par Hi
Nolioa Ir H..hy illran *I
Oil 'I. T-WtM .r MAha Tin Sunwt A...... HJ.OOO. 'h' 'Ind.r.Itn.l. d.slrlnt t. .nI. ''II I/F.NP: I"SK AN?' TRIItTI r

*. 1 Bedroom ... ''II. n4.lnara under lba 'It'-I \ II'ANT
Mmrrrt block II< 1' lie SII"nI
No. Io
,,11110" i nan at J/tn.l Jr. .
Florida room, DUn!)' room, (III'". ,.alad at tha corner 0' W'.II I'. Tru.t "I.r
FOR RENT Furnlihtd tour port central healing, oak NO I J.rr.r.on and Gr.... II....., In I b > d I. na ,.11.
I I' of lha
Halttr if
room apartment loratad at I'df Ikmra, 1'lade l>rl\., Oak tha City of Qulnvy. Florid. In- ",',. U Me.?.. daraia.
Waahlntton 81 Contact Mr. Part, 11,000. 00.45 to r'III..r Iho raid name 01,..ory and Towlai
with th* ilrrk of tha ('IroullCourt
call 117 1411
Boot or
Jinrold or .
111rnry tar bdminttl'oINr
of Oadadag County, Florlda. -
U7-HHH tf 3 Bodroomn brlrk.wmirr, i's-n. MONEYDOWN I Qllhtr. P'IoclluAuR

FOR RENT Furnlihad apart Ira heat and air ('CIIIdIdonllt{: 1 Q KELLY __ ..!.O. 17.-Irpl .. It dlFIPIIERMEN
ni.nl. Print front on4 back 1 and V4 bttha, MIMo-wall I_July 10, Au0. t.: U: I* 41

i'lWaat. Phnn EI..trlo IIT'IIIO kll.hoa Mr.and. carpeting, drapes carport 101 I I NOTION: OF KLBCTION: S".".. I. 11..n to N".K ell Lana

... tf Jelly AtMim, Holiday HolhU.. I Ka It known that I. TON I'r.t.d' In AtlIO.lIva '.rh.
____ ADAM" tfrcratarr ;' mat. of the '1'. .1011' aa. a Io'lab M.Iuettlrnl
FOR RENT "mail I bedroom 3 Bxdrooma, tralne, modrnkltrhr Mlata a r Klorlda' 4". horaby viva l lnotli .hI r. That II puhllr h..rln. will
homo t 1111 Wut Franklin Bt *, it Oreln. end on V. I UP TO 36 MONTHSTO '* that a UKNKHAb Kl.rOC- ,If held l III the mull ,, a, of FAIL VACATIONS, lik* fall wnlillng-i, are l>.. honeycomb."" rrtppnrt In the dailfrn of

Call MAin.mno !0.U", _, _. It 8. H"). '0. |l SOO. TION will ha held In Oadi..., the lladad.n t ounty ,lo.rH.,?.. iximinr ours and tours popular every >':::,lli both thi nut cups and the paper n.pkllllol'l.t'tO'
PAY I County, Florida, on Tuaaday nail in uulni-y. Florid, ua.lar, hops. lucky fnnds who v* dorldi ta tr id with a new mcl.mm* dinnnrwtr paU
1 Brdronm, tame, older Iurr..dln0 the drat. Monday0 H.ptaiubar I, III. at T'IU u". luck thoM summer UiurlnU and achpilul tn autumn torn ilivoi-atrd In the fall mood with clutUr or

home, furnUhisl, rim.' hot we- FREE ESTIMATES TUUd.!NoTambar' b.h'lf A 11.,tho 1114 Ihlr4. tha day said ot P.MAll potions ...lrI"lI t.. tnMs holiiUr.. hrr'* k delightfully: cony way I'/ :* lu>,
FOR RENT N hi... rnso and ",hie. Mronrr !Nov.mb.r, to fill tha followingOfflOM thalr approval ur dl.appr"val of them a nappy xnid-olt. Invlt them to a *> *. In th* dlnnrrwur who the green tonu ef

lot Urannboro. CALL I : thia rhania ara ura..l 'u .".nd loyaf, lumhnin, planning your table around (lit grip .leaves and add\ ottra flaihai ef color
I'nlt.a Plates n.nalor KlnMN l"I.1t lark colorful ra.y.our. nirlninin dmnrrwtr and iimniit th. bright lemon yellow paper table

LEWIS H. GREGORY Re pr..ntaliv.* Ninth Coniraaalonal. In contr.M DI.forth Hoard of l'nunllt'oeomis.lon.r.. turn iinmt and Intiprniilv new. talil trim rl< th. With l'4'ady.m.d. decoration already rn.orlmaUd .
Office Ana lo 87 It
SpaceAir 627-8661 trlrlThra hint deigned junt fur th* pill Pot*' "flans1'srty" -a ant dinnerware clean-up a mar jllTy

REALTOR [ III Juillraa of the *ufUoratary IN TlltO t'met'IT tin'RT I.K coonlihatnl: darol'.tiuns lik* thon uned task In the autnmatla dtuhwinhar, the ptrty'oy '. a

12 w', HARHINflTOV! ST. Quincy FloridaSHIRTS pr.m. l'nurt, llroups I. 3 and 3On. THK HIX INI Jl'l>l
Conditioned 127"1214 Court. III nt JudlIO Appeal n' for the tlla DI.'rlot first Cl'IT, IN, ANU FUXtlhA FOIL OAIWHUNttll INo'HANI'NRY. I krartfd flair 1'h. tmiUnc bellboy t.norpl.ct of huitt.. I

App.ll.t IMslr/ct NO I mMonwnN ( -- '...- '- .------

WILCO BUILDING _. __ Go..rnnr HOMKM IMNNTRI;C 111
of Slat* 1'ION IMMPAMV, P1.l 'da

Utilities! Furnished Compt rnl l.rPomml.alon.r of Airloultur ."rpor.tlon. PlklnllffFKANKUN .


Will Alter to Suit FOR SALE I Tr..ur.r Allorn.y Oanaral va' BAHTOW HUH.KK.H:

dup.rlnt.nd.nt of Public In and hi. wlfa. IKUtm DIANA
Your Needs Bedroom r.-.... BlockHOUSE airuillonriorlna HUM(ER,

I fubll Ullllll.a Comml.. 1Lraansal.. ..
,tuner NOTK-K OF "ORIIO.'t"'I"'I(1O
APPLY WILSON'Stf Stale Alt ornay or I tha ln.1 R A I.K / :

J"dl.I.1/ ("roull !Not Ira la ".r..., khan ihai .h.
oak floor ibMto root Public I'.nd.r "K-ond Judicial "......I.n.d. Edwin. Ham l.ik
.. near Siwino Club 1'IrctiltOn. of the Circuit Churl of lladal.n K 1 .,
noD tl) M.mb.r of oho Hoi... fountr Florida will, on tin
nf H.priMiKniatl. day of Au...?, I/ll: 01 It'h'I
: I =4 .1.'a =4.1IlALI [ County Judas noon. ad ih. front duo >( ihi
Call Lewis E. Porch Clark of th* Circuit Court ladndan County mirthnu.* 11giilnry

Kharlff Florida. offs, r, .,
"i-
MA'f AND TRUCK pnlV- and lax Arm...,r .
ER WANTEI" Kalnman mU.1h ; MAin 7-8770 Tao 1'"II'rlnrOuUftlJl and sail .l puhllr nut r) I ..llowln
hl.h..t htdd.r for 1110 the .
able to Pall Truck drl".r tIrOn. 0 PANTSLAUNDERED lI.p.rlnlend.t .I Public d..frlbad .
war. u pn p i 01
1'"lfu'Uun
.. Apply In p.ron
"I. In fladad.n iNiunti "rio
houa. IZI !OI. Pro HI TtiMdaya Ruparvlor or 11o.llIr.llolI -nil. 'talo I
through "Krln from 10'10 amo Th... (u Mt.mh.ra of th* Board
A pane) of land III "
,::1-- ono n \
noon 0' rail 114-1111. """""' if I'ounly Uummlaalonara, Uttota tit faat In lha North 11:11'nr".r '
town "Inri d.. Au. 10, 17 ?I mJ.1tt1 '. : FLUFF / I, I and I, ( n' the North hilt tf\ ,,
'n.11J..11I DRYREPAIRS T... tll W.mb.fi of 111* Board tha
Koiilhw.nl aii.rt.r ofh*
I 0' Public Inatruotlon Viada .
North' foal quarter "f HortliinII
FOR
PALE IrartlrallTKOlnn now, I and 4. '
EXPANDING rraiauranl gtatn II (1',1. Two III Juaili'** of th* P....*. Townahlp I North It."".
ly *qulpp>4. Owner hap ....h.rIn. I.) trlrt | and I. I.W..t.. anil r-ontalnli.i ........ more nr I... .04 mnn
will .11 or ronalilrrraldonr and Two (II Conntabl.. Dlatricl 1
SUPER MARKETS I..... Phone RU.ln.. .. and nanloularlv dawrthad h.N fnl Ih
low..
or I50.1$7L Talla'aa*. ALTERATIONSMORROW I-rumaullnk Attorney Fa.l M.tlnnlni al
Corn.r of lha North half
sae. Florida. It 'nunly KurvayorK
it the .
Houlhwa.t qnarlai iftha
( I'AI.I:
NN'd. ExpN'lMMCIM.n. HBU. KNAPP KHOBH full or part In Taulmony Wharaof I havebar.uut North KJ..I "".r'., "fIUn
tlma. Kara 115 to Hit a waakRtaady Pnrllon "
.|.>ra In Grocery, on hlllh oommillion. and bonu.. (treat Ho.t oft of my lha hand mat and the 01 ,. 0 rV.i' run :CluthNfr"i, !

,... round buiHn.a DRIVE IN Klorlda' al TallahaaMa tho< ..1.1..... of III rent. th.n.f
MM and ProduceIVtpartmiwt fcqulpmant furnlahad (raw Wr... Capital, Ihla Ih. thlrlyflri W..I tnr 5 dlatanra of 111 f..ithanra
to Wm. t. Plrct, 710 N. HyarWB I CLEANERSOonw day of July. A" IM4 North for w dlaianra at ---- ----
Orlando FI. It .. TOM ADAM tit faat lhanra Kaal for n
... A Onwford ,
I 1l1e"RETAII\," KTATICAu : dlalama of ||* fool t. ih. CHIIK WOUNDED, CHURCH SMASHED IY TUIKIM !'lANES-4 a..*." Cypriot man wounded

Write Boo I away HAVK to :anyone amall puppies.' tn pins j .. I. II. ID, II .t Thla point being of b .Innlnt lha a.ma and Idani. during a Turklan air raid U vmtaj a hnqtltAl fapho Cyprus, by Cypru Pr.ddl nl I

Thy are tour w..ki'old'"pfeona I NUTICK' : NHKR FICTITIOUS Iral' parral of anal propani .* Makkrlnt. At the right U a mall draalc OrUuxlo church damaged ...*.11'! Ittl''hlan1.
e/* Gaddm County TimesHELP ISI.(III. AUK to, 17 It 1 NAME' : I.AW 'nY..d to M".or her. mot Cypnit, In another Turklah air Sinks.
IKittl>olit'l
FOR PALM: Old ndarwood Nollra I. liarhy ni.an that In AMI,KT RHRPARI. ant his
( .wru.r. Call 007.713If th. und.r.lt0,4 dIrlnt /. .n- .- iilndva Wil'
WANTED: FFMAL1C 1Typ HOMESKinasberry tagn bUll In... under tho flo. ford Mh.ptird'h.l'rd'w"r.. .,
11m. n.tle. workPr.f.r FOR PALE: Farmalt Bu| C 11110" namO Jltnay Jr. 1'1.' I. I>..(1 dale (Nhib.r Ilik, till
P.rm.n.nt man-lad part Mttlad famala; Tractor, cuttlyalora: plaf :[.ra, I a number 101 East J.ff.rion and rarordad In hank OR 41
work tlm. ApproilmataIT rlllli.r illatrlbutorl IIorro. K'ra.t. I. lha City of gulm.y. P.... III I nf lha 1'iihlln it..
to part -
II hour w..kIF. Oood Hart- Call II7-7ISI, II Korld. Inlanit to rat Lt.r tha rain if lladidan f .."11.1.. I aY't' ,.,,+
kiln old nama with Ih. (l.rk of the of Florida. sal ,. furihar d> 4
ant salary for rlllht paraon
Imurn .adueatlon r.qulr.m.nthigh ., FOR HALK: Milk now fr.ih, t r rrult Court of Uadadan County, wrlhud .. h.lnrtha *am. and
1100 'lard Top Conv.rt/bi' ford,
irhonl graduate. Oood op.portunlty and 1elf Font.., Ida,, la send riorlrta. Mt.nlIral tin Foal hi lit tartpanel ry
for ." Umantal' amt. j Q KKU.T nf 'land on .h'.h M.4.ern .
I,. Inrom wlthnllt havln' to, condllion lep, rail MAin with .U"roaion. for aallnannala. It- _July 10. Auy. 'lll, I* 41MJTIIM Horn.. .'...'.". lion ('om. 4'j
work full tlm. For personal In'trvl i I'NliKK KhTITlOL'lTNAMK : pans la .rrlln .., haa arfnl.I .
.w apply I In p.rann to MrI FOR IALJoJ Hall?rratt.r. a X' : LAW .d. a fr.m. dwnlllnt for .nel /9+p/ tJc
J. >. Cain, Mr. Balk Huduonc n 110 H-b.nd) shortwave r..I. Nollra la H.r.hr 01... that the h h..l if, rod M.rt'rnr
bolw.rnh houra 0' 0:1I : 0, Llk new Plus ......1 radio Greenwood the und.r.lgnd d..lrlnp 10tat. .. h.ratn
m. tn 1'00 a m. only. No phonran. ., WrllVBoi""P". ./. In bualnaas" underh.. floliliuua 1 : :puns.to final dwra of for..
plee.o tf .d.d.n County Tlm a. If I..n. 'loauraIn .n..d A..."., IL 1114.
andSunaet name b'.IIW H.lfy : tha hfiva.alyl.d, ..... p.nd.
Kaat J ff
dry. at r>
/ .
Inf..In .leI fourl. Io.kl N..
.n. Mtr..t, tn tho Cloy Pt Qulnry. I,.Illnni't
I Acres .. riortda. Inland U r..,iatar '
I ITl
BOOKKEEPER ; I". aald nama wild the Clark of 0F
:
I(:1"111' IEA1.1PWIN
T V SERVICE
tha Irrlilt (hurt of Uadcda ,
CLARK PLEMMONS .pun.y, .-.",.- HAI'n' T.k
lark ,. '
WANTED of 1h ( / ult '
Nab..lMACES / nOaitad.n
.. A ....," All J. Q KKU.T: ,,. 4
Viunty rlortda
Pho.. MAI 7 Mil ,
//I.n. July It, Auf t. II.Jt 41
Ky a/HniKlaa II I
5 Days Per Week MJ.Im r-MM I IN TiN CIRCUIT COURT OFTHK l>.puiy: Clark Haur Ii 4 M .I
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HBCONI JI'DICIAI. CIH-
i RADIO .
('Lit. IN ANI? FOR OAUftUKN: NOTICB
PlMUuit Working Condition. I WELL DRILLING COtNTf. FI-OBIKA. Soil. ia hrahy aiva that lha
TV SERVICE I IN ( IIAWFHT H' >I I.114MIIDKRN ...'atr.'I.," ......k. ot r..d.d.n
Writ Giving Exprrlmc not : HOMK FU4ANCH Utlu..t", Y'Inrlda .. ".Pt
Salary Eiporlod. tot Baa J..,.- I Fiurl0g a CompUl I COMPANY. pan at my"o"fli'.1"ln"g, .In"v. %.t

Lin of Darning Pump ,., a Florid oorporallon. Florid on Mania s af .*<.ik ....b

R..ply BOX: W, CARE: TRKFII:" REMOVED: or limb Hen *r Inigitiaa. I ,". Plaintiff. si Ohrou::'OU'rh.I..I.:;:.pa of Ihal tharh

trimmed Call Johnny Owana, HIUJAM OIJVKR: ('Ml'MI-TON books shall ... bapl fjt.an on
TIMES 537.0511.: If TERRYROSAHARDWARE and hi. wlf.. KIUKI.I ovary ....10 dap tot Ih. '."0. or
COUNTY
GADflDEN FUR IIAI.II: IOn 'h.plo.1 HLMPTON, .fandanl lima ....lnnlr.'an tho Sib 4y afriapiamltar
Trad..lnd- 'F 00 toot two CO. NOTION or sUIT mil. and and!*** *t
a1r
IN MOHTUAUM KOHKX.IKB: I05 "" Orlobar I.
114LfIJII HELP WANTED: rondltlollo b.d.oom b..lr.lI.r.h.aaonably 1I.n.nt: arlo.d 1421 South Monroe St TU WIUJAM UUVKH 4'Id MP- IllAll ralnlnllo; konka well I 7f

MALE Unu'UIII opportunity liT-flU. Tllkb t*., Florid. TON and his wlf H.T EU.Ht : k. rloaa4 t for ,._ to iaars tho d.. to KIMPTON Ikar lima. durlnt "".
ptrtm.nt .t....* rotall kualnaa 1211101LEON 101 Tau, William 011.., Or.", .- I Ions /llr'hpnse,.
and t* train for tutu mana- Ion and N.tall. Crumpton. ore Cu p... ..... ., H.aiairatl "+T
t.,'.1 poaltlon Th. m.* w* are harsh noild.d that a Complaint An.. I.I tt
tonkin* for muat b* 10.1..... the I to 'orWlpa.Orlaln fIt.t.*.. o5lb. ---- t1 '
,, ef following 4**>.rlb4 ., IN r, 9 '
*(ra 'lito IT .r. aim o".r- TII" !It''I'I1' ,no's? IIr.c.
..ttlad with a iron- daalra I* ly l..wit ONI JloDl/'IA1 f 111"1'.
I.. .uor..rul 1 I. tho ,".In... Una.fourth III a or.. tn... ar IAI.KI.ICN (IK'NTT ri/.UIDA
world only thou who po*.a.. ,I..., of ',m..I.... 11 foal by IN I IIANCKItr Nfl I.oo7 J ACOSTLY
fnltlatIvo. 0""d eharaat.r and FRIGIDAlltE MOBILE HOMES I lob (apt :. lea toutb.aat oar.sr rin.T KRi.rHAi IAVIN(1.
pond .rhnIOl" .acnrO .pad ..-, of Ik ftuutkaaat f uarlar afHK ioN I' I/IAN, AMM.CtTION'
ply Minimum .aoucaiionai ..-' the Nor.t .u.rt.r .ltl of or flAllHI.KN: COUNTY.
jiilramant, hick 4iool fradual i I SU Sarylc | of NWtl .f Itortlo. II mrparatlon. CMA IAO-Judy (Sk.
If foil fool that you ran m..urel wnahlp 1 Monk Mania 1 Plaintiff, dart ef T uiny, N J models.
li* to th... qualification apply! ZENITHSERVICE R.. W.... l>ad.d.a Cxiaaly Florida' .. ,
In poraon to Mr U D Cain Mar. Mooch Varlatt. kaint. ,art *f a.d r.r.d AI.ArIlTIU Jf1IfAV and bar prtac-wlnnlaf haN a
bib Hudson Co. ...t..*" tII.1| Cardnar, c._,. Stowirt (r n0b.. of'II...'.. Par. MAUTOOltfn1NmN.. JoNOTlrpi Swum tlu* VML Th. bal MdaonnUd
hour of 0.10 k-m. t* II M *.m.. Rift eU.. Used Trailer *. 4Mrrlba4 In Warranty I"'I. NEW romi fun LADY TRUCK
DIIVER'Adjt/.tlnf tear
"'I.
: with HIM34 !.
Only. Nn phona rail pl..... tfl Load I* said HO..I.. Parrl.k eoiffur. in Ui
r and Wide rr
10 law
I '.U... 1K.. ".......* an4 hla TMB: 0TATNY rt/.nit. U b Now mirror I* J..ni. Mannlnr, ku.>.4 Confdrtt, currwtcy, w.odon .

w. trad for furnlrara .t wlfa Ln.... IA "....0... dat.dApril TO MAITEKuaNoN. IH. York Qi/t firrt lady trunk drt"*,., Sh* 1* M, kkkal.*, play' money M FOR SALE tft. IPSO and rva>r44 .4. niffar4 A...y.Nrkalar weighs' in pound* and | a '.
S
..,.....) .. .*!.. nmolalil.k Ktaottt Nook II, pa;a I. Maw Tank .t. tnrhM Ull.flSXTS m/na Slio **I14>-H"Hi

HOUSES I 5>l. l* the. Paallo Ka.->r4. afIada4 thatT."!' *r* ......, ...,ItI.. MutMyTTM,*
Stewart Young'sINV1B.IHLJI W. HIT KOOL SEAL ( >k < .**ly, Fiorina, lhaaa4 anil ku kw. kr.. ...... 4aarrlba4 I area. .tcin.i rn i, ,k( t,,,.|, t>l9tt
FOR PALE I kadroom koua*.I U. S. 10 M nil most .fTalUkaiM more *r laa*. .....a ..rt.., *.4 .f t.4.4 t'avnty, riarida I*
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIME, QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY. AUGUST 20. 1984

ammunition for proposed legislation -win be paid to their beneficiaries, MORE SILVER DOLLARS .f
Tallahassee Dr. Smith Is
findings of Adams' deputies, IX policyholders should not live to
who, in an unprecedented move, receive the living benefits. On Congress has voted to mint 41
Dateline served as poll watchers in seven the basis of total ordinary insurance Carolina College million silver dollars to relieve CLOSE OUT FINE SUMMER )
selected counties on the first primary now In force, if It is paid out the shortage to Western States IN
May 6th, and In all G7 In the years ahead at just the Faculty MemberDr. The present Treasury's supplywas
By Bnttie Cobb counties on May 26 current ratio, some 250,000,000- depleted by collectors. Th
Two of the main complaintsthe 000 of present life Insurance will new dollars will follow the old
Ckpltal Staff WriterTtlUhunet Adams' poll watchers came be paid out as "living benefits" in Martha Lois Smith, native of design and minting will cost FURNITURE AT DANLEY'SWith
'buck with were slip shod handling the years ahead.James of tide, facultyofEasttmember $600,000. These coins have Dot
AFNS When of voter procedures when boxes been minted since 1933.
M dedicated John 0. Perry Boulevard Instead of machines were used College's Department of English
In Fort Walton Beach about and an abnormally high percentage Discusses In September when the school
a dozen yean ago former Gov. of absentee ballots in a number year begins. OAS AND CIBA
Fuller Warren waxed oratorical of counties which, they said, City Recreation Dr. Smith is a former head of
his glowing praise of people in Indicated."the possibility! of collusion the Department of English at The Organization of American
the Panhnndln. on the part of supporters Of With Kiwanians Shorter College, Rome, Ga. Other States has Imposed strong diplomatic -
Northwest Florida, ht laid had some candidates In soliciting absentee --- ---- i recent faculty posts for her have and economic sanctions on
been magnificent to him during votes." been at Pensacola Junior College Cuba. The American foreign min /
bit campaign for governor "Summer :Recreation Program" Miaml-Dade Junior College, isters approved a diplomatic break ONLY
lie laid while the Warren votes Two of the main recommendations -was the topic discussed by Donn I E Stroudsburg' (Pa) State Col. and trade embargo against Cubs
flooded in on election night from which Adams will make to J "Jf-, city recreation director, lege, Kutztown (Pa.) State Col. 'and cleared the way for the use
all over the mt of the Mate the committee will be provisions\ at the Klwanls Cub Monday. loge and Mornlngslde College in 'regime fonce against\ the Castro II
Northwest Florida was strangely pertaining to tightening\ of absentee In his talk he gave a detailed Pennsylvania.She \ if It continues subversions
anent voting laws and the enactmentof account of the Senior and Junior has taught English, Latin against other republics of the $2995e'
t/c hadn't heard anything from a law requiring all counties to Little League programs this year or journalism in public schoolsor hemisphere. The foreign minis ll
the Panhandle," he aid. "So ,convert to "recognized mechanical and the value of the pitching machine colleges in Florida Georgia ters' conference wu called at
somebody at election headquarters -'voting machines" on the theory to the Little Leaguers Illinois.-- Nebraska.. North Carolina Venezuala's\ request
picked up the telephone and 'that it's harder to stuff a machine James briefly outlined\ other summer and Oregon.
called my good friend 'than a ballot box. programs such as tennis, She was granted the AB degree REPORT ON RUSSIA
to fort Walton Beach. He asked I Soooit's beginning to look track and swim meets.. from Florida State College; U. Thant
Secretary General of
him how the vote was coming as if after the next Legislature During the meeting Bob Chand the MA from Emory Universityand the United Nations fl
that
la West Florida. And my good about the only way for a fellow ler was named the recipient\ of the PhD from George Peabody the Soviet Union U sticking reported to itsdecision
to get votes out of South Alabamawill the "Most Valuable Player College. She was also awarded
friend answered, be to annex itJour Award" and Bobby Norman, Best a certificate In drama from 000 It not tlJfor$5J.:) ;;
owes
Wt don't rightly know yet. We're Sportsmanship Award" both the University of Birmingham
waiting to see how many votes member of the KIwanis seniordsmplonstilp 'England At East Carolina she peacekeeping operations. He said
that Khrushchev seemed
you! wad!" team James stated has been assigned as an asso sincere
.Fuller laid when all the 'returns this was the first time since date professor of English. In his desire to strengthen the
were in from Northwest ? he's been recreation director thata United Nations, but his approachto '
Florida he felt lure they had Included JLijtJn&uranct championship team has gone the problem was different from
several hundred votes from undefeated.The ON REPORTING INCOME other member states. I'

South Alabama.\ "Because there Klwanls Little League Team The Senate has turned down I
wtrrn't that many PEOPLE in and managers will be guests of proposed new rule for. dlsclosun: $2 BILLS FOR |l.ll I I
Wont Florida, let alone register- honor next
Monday when Coach of the outside financial Interesti '
votei'll"! Fred Haffleld Kansas City The Blue Ridge
td new FSU baseball members and top employ,
Question of Its
Warren told this for a very : What are "living Bank advertised It would
coach
: will be guest speaker give $2
benefits" It has, 'in turn, proposed Iseventeenmemoer l
funny Joke and it got a good in connection with life ees. t o I bills In exchange for U5 In
laugh insurance, that I hear so much connuiuwnconduct coins. They did an enormous
rt r
But this Is one kind of very ser- about? Exchange Hears'Camping' I a to two-year Insure high study ethical I business in swapping\ coins for,

tow Ill the Interim Election Study Answer: "Living\ benefits" Is a standards measures among all Federal oftt. bills. One collector turned in
the Legislature $1950 In coins and another
of
Committee I
neat phrase coined that werH.
a few yean Talk dais The proposal
will spend perhaps thousands oftaxpayers' brought a two-gallon bucket filled\ .
ago to cover the In defeat outgrowti + '
down was an I
payments of
dollars in the hop of with quarters and halt-dollars. I,
policy benefits by life insurance of the Bobby Baker investigation
curing. companies to the Camping is big business In the
.-(The JO.man committee can themselves, In contrast policyholders United Slates todar' according to Newly! developed portable oil
draw up to $20 a day plus travelIt death payments made to to benefl.claries. the. Charles Hln the CampO- CHIEF SlIINEft SHOES heaters have been effective In
: met In full committee here The benefits Tel Corporation of Quincy 6.000 stimulating quick drying\ of concrete
lot week, I. scheduled to meet such Items living Include new camping sites were added New York When PresidentIrving In construction projects,
gala the 11th and 12th ot Sepember dowments as maturing entrar.t1.x last year, he told members of the J. Bottner, of Esquire says the OU Fuel Institute ot Flor.' .
and them's no telling\ how icy cash ,.:: : QuIncy Exchange dub last Wed.needa lab calls an employee to came ida. ,, ,
many times\ either the full commute drawn )'. to his office, he always shines '
or the subcommittees will policy dividends paid, disability \ He brought out that Cadsden their shoes before they leave no The college graduate over his ... C .
meet before its work Is done.) form of clause payments any County could have a part of this matter what he calls them In for. lifetime will earn approximately ." :.. t+
Teopls doing most of the homework payment going to theMpol1c'holdere living big business\ of camping if it wants Bottner recalls that once he called $180,000 more than the high s. ; se
policyholder himself.
for the committee are the It. "The answer is private en a man in to fire him for doing school graduate. .
staff of Secretary of State, Tom of these today are recipientsof terprise. We must have camp something, wrong, but still shined .. y
some "living benefits. sites supervised! camping areas his shoes before he let him leave Fishermen\ are coming! home "
Some draw
large
Adams.wffl Over
use as part of the all, living benefits amounts.materially with proper facilities," he said the office. with more astounding\ stories :
now When Gadsden County has these about the ones that got away. I With all of t
.ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM I exceed death payments for when they are properly advertised BUILDING SURROUNDS STORE Bunting1 reriowned greater durability l
ROW TO KILL IT. the country as a whole. With the and.eomfortl Double tubular
""fit DAY. If HM .!..... wl.. widened use ot life Insurance to then our fishing hunting Oklahoma City The owner of Living at peace with the world' le5br sturdy Mylar-ttrlpedwtbbfngi, arm
...... 'I'-4-L 1I".a. es.Mb and other unlimited outdoor requires the consent of both par of Sar
.t ..r ens .....ye.e. W.... provide educational funds, mortgage recreational facilities will draw a small wood and canvas grocery ties to a controversy an. Chad It finger-tip adjustable( to 4 I
.. repayment, retirement Income store refuses to move before his
.
< aSia clime ff. WMrhkMltkr this big business positions Cholte and choir
.11.. recta,. ... Ma nor* cash accumulation, etc, camping to Gadsden lease runs out in fifteen months fold flat for
tie ... kiralml I'M ......,..,. theN Is a huge volume of insurance County, he stressed. Constructors said they will build The Tampa-st. Petersburg exhibit easy itorag
Introduced In the Florida Pavilion of
mriklmr T-4-L FOOT POWDKH by program chairman
e.- lice ,.. .....sy f..t, fees M up for the specific epee P. C Davis, Mr Hlnson stated the 23-story building around him. the World Fair has been visited
Meyafar.* M |>. U 4k* stile ti ot payments to the policyholders The store will be In the center of
the
by 604,394 people during fIrIthalf
more Camp-0-Tels
km. MOWr. are sold
ofT themselves. At the same the new structure and 0. T. Norton
P. MAY DRUG oo. outside of the United States than of the 1864 run of the New
time, ot! course, large benefits in Gadsden County. owner, believes his business York extravaganza ,
will profit by the purchases of the

: HARRISON AUTO PARTS WORK IN MEXICOThe construction-crews. The green sea turtles at Mar-i'
I Ineland of Florida eat raw cab-:
SCRUBS HIGHWAY
: USED CARS Rev. and Mrs. Harold Hunt bage. I J 1 1r pa r Jt
missionaries to Mexico, will Roanoke. Va. A Judge suspended i
: USED PARTS for all makesof speak and show slides of their a 30-day jail sentence for Wood alcohol (methyl alcohol)

Cart and Trucks : Interesting work there at the New reckless driving when Arrie Hall, acts upon the optic nerves and
Philadelphia I Church Sunday night It, agreed to scrub the highway may cause blindness If taken internally '
= 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE August 23 at 7:30: p.m. Hall collected a bucket, brush andsoap according to the Florida
: WE BUT JUNE CARS Members of the First Presby and removed the marks Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program.
terian Church plan to meet with made by his tires when he
,1422, W. J.ff.rson MAID 7.7115 the New Philadelphia members II brought his speeding automobile While an alcoholic patient's own
and \ desire to help himself\ vital to
enjoy this_program. to a screaming stop
___ his recovery, he must also have
the understanding and help of his
family and friends, according to
the Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -'

Program

The Florida State Alcoholic
Rehabilitation Program works to
control and prevent alcoholism In

Florida through treatment, education 3-Pc. In
Bunting
and research.In Group


the quest of success just remember
that there U no substitute
for character or service. Danish

G SENATE AND DEFENSEThe Design At Only



to spend Senate more voted than $48,000,000-unanimously ANNIVERSARY

BACK TO 000 for defense. Senator Richard
u b' B. Russell (D., Ca.), floor manager SPECIAL! $49.95
for the bill had warned the
1 Senate that "we can't afford to TABLE
be second best" This 70 approval $5.95
of the bill was the biggest
bill voted for of the fiscal year.
SCHOOLGENERATIONS I

Sunshine friends com easy Bunting Aluminum '
when you are successful.The I '

test ot a real friend\ can I' Chaise Lounge
be observed when the dollar gets

i HAHDSOME ClASSICS \Involved.

Some people go to the beachJust SALE $2995
'v"n V ...forth Desk Set for the sights, and usually ,

I ire well rewarded.One I 5-PosItIon

L __ TtwM classic feather art favorite of the pleasant episodes of Adjustment
to spend money
Ufe Is making plans
choices of the school-bound set .
that you never I"t.Ewl'1
: ThtM bav*that tpcdal touchth

: luxury look that only hand stttchlne man who believes everything
of
that he hears has a lot
of> the.front Komi can glvt." But useless Information In his mind.

OF MAINE pt'ialo so Insignificant fortlencfl.stgnificantepp.aranc. 1,
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All Yncrt. '
Turkey -
rJ 72. Is so afraid that he will be
LEATHERCRAFTSMEN. burled alive that he has had aspecial
n grave built It containsan

etght-inch-wWe window warm
push-button hooked to an
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bell In the cemetery's office Mak- I
bog crrtaIn he wOO be able tofind
the button Yucd will havean
electric light bulb shin within r
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