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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 27, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNEVOLUME I

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84. NV 3& _QUIMCY, FLORIDA I2SJ1. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1984 PER COPY TEN: CENTS!




i (Quincy Killed ManUs HereIn Quincy State Bank Marks ,





: Car WreckA (


Qulncy man Charles Edwar

Joey, 30, was killed at L.20
r* p Tuesday evening In an automobile 75th At Noon
accident on the dirt mad Anniversary

which Drive-In.runs adjacent to the till


Other occupants in the eu,I
William Lloyd Juicy 16, of Quln- -
cy received no injuries and For Cenlers-- Plaque Will Be
eat Horace Bad tt. 17, also c of Goldwaier Office Search City of Quincy

Quincy I'f''t'twdII.. and laces

ttons.the extent The at car|4U.was damaged; To Open Here In Creek For Millage Is SetA Unveiled During

Quanta Edward driver
Josey.
Quincy and Cadadrn County ILk mill tax levy wu approved Ceremonies
d the vehicle was tnvrllng north
on the dirt road about one hal, Republicans and Democrats forGoklwatrr Missing ManA for residents of the Qt)'
and Adler expect to of Qulncy Monday night when lit'
.t
mile of the IntrnectianU.
S.south 80. Ai he approached open a headquarters office brrtaround search yesterday was being Qty Commlmlon sat as a Tax Dignitaries To Attend
hi September 1, 1 concentrated entirely In the creek Kquslliatlon Bnard. No one ap From Comptroller's
curve at a Ugh! rate of speed,
A portion of the old Suhrr and arcs ot the Attapulgus Creek peered to pron-rt the mlllagi
lost control and turned over one Johnson ( for N. G. Hatcher who Office; PrliM GlrtnTh
store on Unit Jefferson Swamp to raise appro
on the dirt road. lie akkkM Irately1300rat
arrow the ilnxi from InnuuvJahnmn diMipprarrd last Tuesday t".1" The mllliui :I
then
along the top Into a field '. Motor Company will Over 30 Nations Guardunmrrentcred the same as It Sins hren for tht! 75th anniversary of the
turned up on right side The driver Qulnry Stale Rank will be oh.
and ,
be the site of the p< illI.11l'rn- the swamp are pant year.The
and the occupants were thl'OWllout lure. The portion of the sure Just probing diving and moving logs Cbmntlulim aim approve sorrel at noon May with a dedication .

of the car.Investigating. I east ofht! GoMwatrr-Mlller ol.I In sn effort to find the bodySeveral .I a new lucstion fur the GrryhoumBus rerrmony.Aimmg .
M authorities secTrsop'r flee will be used fur llolley fur scuba divers are In the Station st 207 West Jpffer. the dignitaries I am-nd-
R. I. Itlx and Sgt. Ralph I Governor hcadquarten. group. A National Guard hell lag the tucxHon will be officials
Street
son In the torn
Strong ot the Florida Highway; assisted In the search Wednesday quarters from the Stale Comptroller's of.IT .
A meeting of Goldwster
copter
WORLD'S FAIR BOUND Some ;iU-; Schl suppnrters occupied by the Soda Shop .
members of the Greensboro High Patrol. will be held st the Jefferson afternoon. erg i LsVigne of Miami wsi During the ceremony a

Band and chaperon ai* shown at th* .train elation her ]lust before they departed House on Frost Jefferson Gov. Panda Bryant telephonedthe awarded a contnMt to tumlslmembers plaque of Inscribed wilt e brief hlf

last Thursday for a week's Hay at the New York World's Fair and Washington D. C. Public Street at 10 a,m. Saturday. Aug. Adjutant General Monday of the Department i III and tory bested the quincy the Bats Rank
Hearing on
right front
WbJl in New York City the band will perform ten concerts at the Florida Partllon. 29 for the purpose of organizing from Atlantic cry where hs Is Public Safety with winter an comer of the building will be un

The group returns today. Photo by Photo Studio & Flower Shop Slated For Lake the where personnel bumper to stickers man ,the pins office, literature attending Convention the Democratic and ordered National Into summer amounted to uniforms W.7J81J The bid veiled.rvtm.

and other supplies will the search part of the Florida, A bid In the amount ot J 112& consisting of two T6. two
be storked and duwemlnated. National Guard at the request of 'SO and two PS savings bonds
AU Interested persons are Invited Gadidrn Sheriff Otho Edwards. .i was accepted by the Onmmiiialoito will be swarded.
Fish County
Program furnish the Public Works De
Five Gadsden Schools To to the meeting at the J('(. psrtment a vertlcut and "'1'01I1111' The bank began with an original

A public hearing will be held tenon House Saturday.Exchange (01. Ralph Davis of Tsllahsusre. rnaaillne0 be used In the maintenance -: capital ot '"0.000. Now It has apresent

at 730 Tuesday evening: Sep ownnta iti of the iluth of playgrotsvits, parks amcemeteries total capital surplus andreserve
ember 1 In the court room ol HearsTalk Engineer Group: was alerted nt $1,500,1X10 ant 'I4,.

the Gadsden County Courthousf Monday and assigned men frmrror. \ Qty Manager llarhert Gregor)'1. oooooo In total resources. saw
for Interested persons to voles On'Taxes'The E, fnsn Headquarters Co. was authorised to seek Mils on Inntltullon had 4 employee when
their approval or disapproval In of the atOth, ot Tsllshsssee and: traffic line painter to be used I In I It n.opI'lII'd Its doors. Now It
Open Monday August 31 1 k-slgnating Lake Talqutn ss a vat:." tax as men from B. Co. of Qulncy. marking city streets. has 11
f'tII\ Management Area. '. ltlaw'Juit relation to the It Is believed the 4J-yearol<1 The Cnmmlailon discussed slength During lie put 71 years the

If Lake Talquln does become a "oral tax stlustlon wss dimmed Havana farmer may have fallen the proposed revenue rerUflcste Qulnry State Dank has had k very
Posh Management Area extra IIy Terry McPhenon Gadsdra into the rain swollen stream sale which Is schedule coliirfiil history.
Approximately S.300 student 11.00; will be charged ;oru. flab 'County tax aemaor, Isit Wednes- while looking for fUt halt He to be held st 10-30 II\. Thurs. !\a1'1I1n 1117 when William M.
Jl will report for classes In Gad. ng license for those who fish la day at the Qulncy Em-hung Club. was reported In poor health.t day, Scptemhrr Cnrry came to Quincy Incognito
"V den County's five schools Won I Golf Tourney School Safely the lake whether with a pole or I Introduced by Program Chairman tn buy pUnlallimi, build ha day morning August 31. rod and reel. The extra dollar M. D. Walker, Mcrherscm MOUNT PLEASANT 10.lfE' barns, packing houses and rugs
"School buns, which trsve set aside for the program In Gads tiled that the lees required property REVIVAL BEGINS factories, there waiin't s com
about 3,000 miles a day will lUll At Allapulgus Program Begin; den County will Include periodic sssessment be Increased up t merrlal bank In Gadsdnt County
Church of
en the same schedule as Ismyear undesirable Sib re to 100 per rent<< of "'nt value. The MU Pleasant Ind with the favorable economic
," said M. D. Walker Sup The Peninsular Motor Cub stork with desirable : Ie went on to say thaIhf' Christ located on U. S. 90 wlihes situation' It seemed nectaary tofound
rlnlendent of Public liutructioc September 26The (AAA today announced the openIng Like Talquln is located also! In percentage of value Increased the' to announce a series of meetingsAugust ., i6 a bank.
of Us annual crusade ankle would at the same 17JO at 7.10: pm.. fra tE
in Gadsden Counl). Lest County both Gadsden and rate I'I'm1Iqe The Quincy Stale lUnk was the
A full day's schedule Is plannedfor First Annual Shade Leaf motorists to be on the alert hchildren Lean must agree Jointly fir the time decrease.Gadnden luring Evangelist Lee Bark. first to ontRnlie In Florida after
Monday. The schools will bi Golf Tournament win be held at traveling to and ire Nrogram.Representatives. County's percenfsg* Evangelist Hoek has traveledscross the state banking department WM
staffed by 168 principals and! the Attapulgus Country dub, Attapulgus school from the freshWater n( value Is now as approximately' the United Mates.prenehlog Chstlfthonrhee, Fla.Routs created by the 18M stats legislature. :
teachers who have been drawlnj Cs., on Saturday. September The club wu joined locally 1 In Finn and Game Commission tS per (cent" hs said. 1 the gospel of Christ.AH hearMs I. IV* 101 The new Quincy bank was
up work plans checking equip 26, a spokesman for the the "cniiade" by Sheriff Glen W art Invited to appear.The McPhennn concluded his remarks are cordially Invited to August: 24, 1964Mr. awarded Wale Charter No. I.
moot and filling out forms for the Greensboro Klwanls Cub span Edwards of Gadsden County am Commissioners by stating that Ms office talks on topics taken directly l.ove IhitfhliuiinGadedrn The luhsrrlhsn met on August
Cailsdrn this
lell4-es term during the past son of the event, announced: Ltd Police Chief J. W. Hairs of Quln em lie County that no attire hid property ownership maps. andcomfy from the Bible 7.10 beginning the members Qwnty TlmetQulncy I II, IW fir the purpoM of or
at ,
week. I available fop evening
two weeks. c2' be taken until the dtUens aerial maps Fla. gushing an aIs.iall"'. John W.
The County Educational Slat The one day tournament wit New colorful posters hearth, will have their views the taxpayers' Immediate use.__ itsts. Dear Hutch: Malone served ss chairman and

works under the direct supervl feature championship flights bj the important message "School i. Lake Talquln expressed does become a :1 I would like to take thI. mean. M. W. Munne secretary.
don of the Superintendent and medal play only and several lower Open Drive Carefully" are belnj management area and the twt to emgrattdate you on your siMo ,.. The first directors were J:. P.
School Board In eoope..1:1t1 flights by match play. Starting displayed throughout the communlly. Seen ForTnCounty ,.."
County counties deckle they don't bra Priority 'Bus and lard In the Hemukee. John W.Malune A.e.. .
n with the principals and teach, time has bean anmmnord toe !' The local "&4ioolOpen' the program, It will hi 'tItian, Top Gad leii County Times of fire Wilson. William M. Corry, !f. W.
Vs. The purpose of the Staff Ifp ..m., September St.Th program Is part ot th Onued. day August 10, U64. Munrae, H. 1. Kay and John
assist In the development d aiorganised first It entries aonmpanM nationwide campaign by the I am glad that people that ann thaw Mr. Dlsmukes was ekiied -
program which wll by a W entry fee will be accept American Automobile Assodatia position such si yours, wit president; M. W. Munme, vk'
bring about the Improvement ot ed. Average scores must acoom and Its affiliated clubs. Five DeMolays use this means to let the puWU presides; and Qenrge D. Muncie, I
educational opportunities for chit Daily J: entry fee and entrta A. Rldgdey Jones, general man Jr. CollegeA know how diesel pee heutsul cashier. The new official it*, I
dmt and youth. will at l pjtk, SeplcmbeiJ4. sger of the Peninsula Motor dub Receive AwardsThe how. our coVrra ,:;. an tided to purchase \kit No. 41 HI
On the Staff with Mr. Walket Starting times will be posted said: "Motorists must bear In being led astray. 1 fret that new the northeast conies ot the square
are: Mrs. Am Nicholson General at the clubby 10 a.m, Septembri, mind that thousands of ktndergar Angus Iflnsan Chapter, Or- priority one rating tor he media Sufi ss newsmen and tel dir 11000. This was the first
Supervisor; Garland Blair, 25. I ten and llto-grads children an tIer.O DeMolay, conferred the construction ot a Junior pollen\ evtslin has led many ot our enl lorallisi of the Qulnry Rule
Guidance Supervisor; Mrs. But A chicken pilau supper will be part of the traffic stream for the Representative DeMolay A..ardra. Centenary Plans to the UnrXfedsden-Wakulla area nred people wring hecsune the) Bank.

Woodbery. Visitation Teacher; served between ( and 7 p.nt. to. first time. three boys and the Degree now vents assured says Lee I..Mrs- have dime much uf their wantkdnge | The aiithnrlied capital of the
Mrs. Frances Smith Coordlnatoi lowing the matches. Trophlea will "Many of these children wit upon two boys Wed- School Theme dersm, assistant director nt the seeking puhUrlty. bank wu teo.OoO, consisting at

of Special Education: GrtnelU Per be awarded. be walking along streets and highways needsy evening August 12. State Junior College Advisory I would like to encourage you\ 10 shares, par value |100 each.Among .
Bishop, Supervisor of Pupil Those Interested are asked It where no sidewalks an ThoM receiving the RepresentUve Doant to continue to use pair artdlnsind Uie original rtuvkhohl.rr .
,:tonne! Services; of Miss School Allle'Lunchrooms Fer-- If'IIdheir entries to: Greensboro available. This Is particular!;) DeMolay Award were GregGoodman Sunday Morning I The need fur turn, an Inetltu- newspaper to Inform and en- were many Interesting peretsillies >
nison. Supervisor Economics adWallace Golf Box 14, Greensboro Fla. true In our suburban areas. Thi George McCaQ and I Back to SdJ d" will be the Don was dearly shown following courage people to live by the who were b bemns celebrated
and Home bead of ;Adult Proceeds will go for the beef old. rural safety rule Walk a rM\t Taylor. Those receiving the7wv.lter title of the sermon delivered by: suhmlMlm of a trVcnunty ur- [jnldrn Rule and the prtnriplM leaders In the betterment
Skrove, of the Southern Scholarship Foundation Left Facing Traffic *ould bi Award were Topper vey preaenl d at a meeting InTallahaewe thai our furefslhers lived and died It Gadaden County. In this print-
Education. ls 'd Florida State Univer stressed with children In thee Hampton and Eddie Taylor. the Rev. E. Nash Phllpot textSumday last week. ft*. These principles did nut Include teen group were tie orlglnatiirsof
Board can
The County School areas." The Representative DeMolay morning at the Centenary paying corrupt people to the multlmllllon-diillar shade
posed of E. H. Fletcher C W.chair Bar ___________ The AAA urges parents to wall. Award II obtained by tilling out Methodist Church The of Initial the work was far supervtied Cadsden'ipart cad our penile astray or to take tohaoro Industry, the discoverers
man/John C Hlnson. Cecil Butler atty.Fred with their children who are attending two forms. These forms cower All public school teachers, Sunday 1 by Grtnelle survey Btshnp and members :that which belongs to others andre and early developers of the
C Davis McFarlin'sWife
bin, Julian J- Gardner. attorney school tor the first HIM .Imost every facet of a boy's life School teachers, pupils and of the committee from the county have not earned h., ourserveeYours 'wurM'i most valuable Fuller'
Richard to help ties children select the the toi which a and three ot the
Janu and Inttcsts areas first graders<< will be very truly ail) deposit
As of especially sreMitchell Drew chairman
and Mr. Walker. safest route to school boy Is These forms are ; I Malculm Aiillh ary 1, Norman McMillan will replace :Is Dead must remember thai : added by the Internationalupreme recognised during the service. W. Bradley Munroe. C Fred Afringtin .
Motorists then
,
Mr. Hinson who Is retiring The music will be under the the Rev. John Bywsler,, 1
ot service on reg rdlc.of."thfr Council In Missouri. direction of Clayton Logan new Edgar Scarbnmugh William Dad- Okprlxbt".ekwda 1 Never hi the history nt north
from many years Friends and relatives In Quincy
taken l by ss open The forms ewer everything director of music at Centenary son and Richard Gardner. I August 11, "<. banking have there been mnremmlneitt
""prtodpsls of the five aAoota were saddened this week to store of vehicles In traffic, an from study habits to the number Mr. Logan wee !i currently a student The survey was designed 10 Kt. Love llutfhlnsiinQadMtm figures than M. W.
In the county are: Gorge W. learn of the death ot Mrs JuaneUa. never freed of responsibility. of glasses ot water consumed at Florida State University project the need ins a trl-cnunty Vunty Times Pall Munme. Ms younger brothf -

Munroe Elementary School H. McFarUa, K, wife. of J"red.1 every: day. has the BFA and MFA degrees In )lunlor college In this ..... A site Qulncy. ITorVU Centre D. Munriie and John T,
the Dear Love
Schnot C artek BlackwelderSays The Chevalier Degree Is of Georgia : [Jtomukes. The Munror made
W. Jones. Greensboro L McFartln, brmerty ofQuincy. Dr. voice from the University Ms not been detrrmlned yet but 10thCansden .
award which can be given I Have lust read August tint r enviable tvputaUuns ss ciiMais
SchodeVr hlgheet sssorlale
served pro'hweie
Rfcherdson. Qulncy McFarUa lie as both Len and Gaderlen have made
Mrs. died
at
and is awarded not ( aunty Times and read of he Stale Stank
Jl Edwin She to a DeMolay Bade. Query
A. ShanIca and Rabies Is : of musts at Vsldnta bids Inr the t ratk1n.bt. .
amI'I her home at 109 Fairway Drive,,
SdIonI- Paul only Sir faithful work In the chap and has led 1..lItI so much Intrmt your column while Mr, Usmukee. one ofhe
Chattahoochee IdIooIJack Golf 'dub Estates, Melbourne, er but for all-around qualities In College far II years President << -... BlackweQ of "lilts Plwes" by ""Hutch. original stix'khnldors ....
0JIf'11DC1 Havana Tuesday, Aug. .23- after a (U evangettstle singing for many florins Male In !letter .
Constant Menace .h boy. University a breathed I sigh of relief, to rsme prnmlnml as the prsektrnl
Hyatt_ weeks' Illness.Vrs. The local sdvtsory board submits I years. In the survey ststes "that tor l..s anmeourfy's enpiMeWei dup 4 the fled Nilloml Itank of H.
McFartln moved to Mel. "AH pet dogs and cats shook the name ot a worthy boy even! Mars FSU has reragntiedthe I own pemsial ....U",... I am wustine whit .he tournM MUa.
Havana Man' Is bourns from bet native West Palm be vaccinated against rabies lot or boys b the Supreme Council Bus Station To nee Beach In February 1851 when the protection of the family the which selects the ones who are Cntlege to serve the Dinemunty of many yeah ago en The of "Mr. Pat" as he
career
Killed In Mishap;; her husband became publisher of community and the pet," Dr. B. D to receive the award. Move To 207 .,.." and advisee that the 1 titled. "When a feilef heeds a .** known to everyone .to Cadsbn .
the Melbourne Tunes, a position Blackwelder of the Cadeden County The meeting was mended by unlverdty stuff and faculty stand rrtmd." the author of which I"IL Cnunfy smVd with his dralhanuary
Sunday he SHU holds. I Department of Health stated members and invited gueeU. Alter ready to assist In the development rannr* ", Well I have beenmpreeaed i. 1140. Mr. Munrie
Buried She was a member of the First today. Although the prevslerci the eeremontao, the Rainbows Vest Jefferson of such a program.to ever and over In all .as one 01 the wealthiest move

Funeral services were conducted Methodist Church, Melbourne; a of this deadly disease has beef. erred refreshments. Dan Malls, manager" of the IMS. 201 students front lit heel rartal distress and disturbances bun! riurkUans si Vie Ome of his
tor Johnnie Browning. 38. of member ot the board of directors greatly reduced by varcinaOor Greyhound Hue Station, announced three counties attended existing that here is now anew lath, but U rand little Inr
1bvJa7 Service and closer supervWon of famil I junior eoHegea. It to estimated) need "When !the Negro Needs
Harvard
Havana at I e'docli last ot the Hospital tear or app aansw, .leas firihnwlneee
In the Havana Baptist GuIld past president ol the Pan pets, M emtttiMes to be a threat amity Reports Tuesosy thet the bus etnrtoa' that this will be 100 to 1.... friend." He seed to be Md and turmallty. I Us
Ouch afternoon with the Rev. Dick Ostean Hellenic Assoctstloa of South;The possibility always edits that :would move this week from the Further a survey ot srUr1n4 )mv net what you have written, as Wfltllm.. a banker.. as highly
Werment wsi Mki Brevard; a graduate ot Florida unvarrmalpd pets may be bitten Freak Accident present location m Eat CrswH I key and seniors InoVated that I ie U not. hearing this real truth teemed M JarkwnvUte, AUania.'uhlngtMi. .
Weo d Cemetery with Masonic State University. Tallahassee; a by a stray dog rat or wild animal_ >tml Street to 207 West Jeffersna of till reepnndlnc, T.5 would mm the false leaders. 1 think er.oliertver men ... member of Kappa Alpha Theta that has the disease. AH case Fares Psrrsmme, 4T, ef heededloutk r !reet He hones to make the II attend a Junior eolleM' bi this area have never read a clearer depletion heppmed to ..... as M
eusrvpnbU Road. Quincy. was
Mr. Browning who was ban, to sorority ef r. S. u.. and a nenv dilated animals are transition by .....,. ant an adrtlOonsI l 56 wnuld st- of a Htua&ei.The res right here si home.
Roberts Tuetdsyit
derail toPfGIW. Anent
moved to Havana Caster: Seal Guild ofBrevard and can transmit the en tend a )unior college incited to I turned Inside tpsper ..
Gas her of the '* whm IX Hunroe
Cook 0 unI1. Inr the buses, I George was rapertd -
: ran ever Parking problems
......
memberoltte 0IIJ wI'. Olrsc. IotwtM'IItbaI: the afltele of Maitiighre
hi IMlHe was a Crippled hi man was about I have been worked out with the and read the at I.one and abroad Jot his
Church of Jesus Christ ofLattsr Friends were received at Thede rabies virus Ie present bur feet. out tal the street causing dry Manager end Arertnr of seeD.aeelnwn The rVrMa IRIS Grade Flarement AkmM Robm**) of Fart i tanking ahtllUefc lie was the
and
Day Sato* Mr. ""** Brownue Funeral Home ka Melbourne saliva of Infected animals animal, $14* damages to the right\ of Puddle "'IIIy. ace Test was taken by 1124gradusies 14 i bailey, Ca, a dtsUnguMied rc.I rat and only eaihler kt the bank's
premises 01 where services ware held nee he lick of a rabid' to the Mae ami rtlred Army
the ( educator
waaikUled on eowir tre
I IMI Chevrolet Mr. Martin. He stale yeobtheOn.dMaMr.
of Ms to
the Havana Canning Company at 4 ,.. w....,. Interne on a cut or aa abrasksi ef Ow II Bde Puboe Safety Officers 1. A. that mrftng the sew Inratton bi the old '..... Of this aumher M2 or 21 I ifflrer attacklnf "RahNemusera/' i=::

Friday aftemoon when an auwaw' was la Melbourne Ce Mter7. sk_ can cause the tafecooa. Butler and Ray Burke tavesngairi -I Soda Shoe balMnf Witt be mnreT per rent went eligible' tier ..A'ipeaixi _gain t gave a sigh of relief thai I ttwnukea retired trans
bile slipped tram a ) I She survived by her husband m Infected person develop and medical symp- ri the acrtdeat and M diargse ( .'i rti< lor patram phis the I at ....,.n.e awl 14$ it .least the Megre has one tJVnd! 'Ulnry business M till and rettgnej .
Sxirvtvors Inriude bis widow. and two children Grwcar71M and tome ef the dlepae dealt sdvsmage of larger .,u.Arr.. or TI per cent would tDbe *laHbwUglble I nngrslulaie Mm 11II speaking. ss preeVlenl ot the bank.eiLms.1reg ,
,JoIwInie IIr ImIIC. Havana Can Leslie of Melbaune; herparemV treatment to wit provided according the MO wt and 1 sm sure there I Ms reilgnaOoa, M W.
M .... Jlnmre aua Jabs Mr. and Mrs. P, K. I* kwttaot*. oaa r.et rwi ..aasam'e+ r. ,p Left ..... tin.... ef others who M ana I bse roe bn-ame piMtdenl ant ...
ewe Havana; ... dIIuIhI. tailry. of W.*t Pairs Beach andrbrofter. Animals each 'aa stray and dogs.skunks raccoons ., 4 p .r 4"Sw It Is assumed that ev" i snsreMch 4M and I rsig to see the day red from the menrantne burfme .
K,13 .. Bum ide and J4 Beth BrowI Keith BaIley ales ef squirrels tows weed ire w rt...4 graduetee MIl ant beeUglMsss 'I Must they ran be ss eiwog Mveding to oVvote at Me time to alairs >
OC!<<. are among the 5r. what theybetteve.
Inc Havana: UsBrowning. I Vest Pata Pssfh. I and arademte requimnentsInr pubtkty of the bank.
A**, Ga.: Mcf'1I"IlII' Jut.Id. Ftiyfrclct. qa-tf' spreads ot the dtesuM. -'I 11I entisMV Ie vrfveisldfe In u do these other who After "Mr. Ill f dead). N. B.
Bun ........ &aM.. rJ ea and Mrs. bars aid edurn.d II recently bats have bee found to CII'Ufe have heels so trueay Meled J.atlas wss named BueHeul othe
James Bwnkeg. aIJ .' MIl; "." way kue' be .. Important wile at kaetfen. I wider a *4lar wMrh I Mttt Qutnry lute Bank He....
He to Bw sea of tie UnMed States am ,. Thne soda CM only be mH tman I
and In the
sisters Mrs. E. a TomltasoB Ga. tL C. Md'....... I.in.t ecIt" 01 100 artarta of people by .. ana by tM eslaMlshnienlof eover wet of sis e.... ofhe mid lie Matt of *ve bank M
Mrs. R. J- Candy d Sparks. : than !Oils Issue and mailing I let and was elected aaMUntvHti
and Mrs the edadeII Cbs.+Co nAt rabid bats have ta. rrpocvd.ChOdrva s eemmmty" Junbir college.Carol August
Mrv Cthrrtdge Bennett k : and am Mttrc you to pleasernd to 1117 and raster two
Mae .....,.. bolt at Add sodMrs. ) should be taoght ... feees .. ... nan ...... The sot of SMCW-
a. r. Day d Albany. c. the Theatres void stray animals and antmaliCeseleai'd ant isled ITiTc :: .:. .. Crouch I live tire prmriiimt was nested SIlit.
ether
Kervtat as active pallbear squirrels er ihu.ertYens truly Mr.-I.. pin
.... J..u. ........ Mu > More This Week ( es Page Tw. Receives Grant )IN. R. r. C lard fled HarwIJ. all Wbtppe .a noted Chairman of tie sad

BtU Shelter and Don Ykfters.Masons At the Leaf Theatre this 'nmtoged FoTMtry Report ., tyeoJ4iy..n OOetps of Jetfna OLIVE CHURCHHOMECOMING (tultmil ee Page Twe)>>

served as fcnrapeUlbeartrs seek wUllie .Rbr PMuy' Lsur The Cadsde dense FeraetriStnrtee "WH: 'i' : Qty Tennessee, ... ewaried SET
at tie data sndwtreto a* w.'t'JIQrwIIq.. Frt- reports ae wools fine fcM a treehmaii srhotonHf to a PJUL SLATES
charge at Woodland On day and Saturday. AlseeaSatar- poet aeve days. Number el I'-WIC tIN b..a Igareu'dI
dill win be "Peril ef Jongto. woods fine stare Jssnary t el goats, lath Stlml fraduate It I lie Mt rave reimrcetal ltd DINNER) MEETINGA
"it ButJerMorgaraneral: OB Swrisy win be IMOmeStory. this year adds e. to H. UrntU.1 Dr. D. Hasty ",... PresMenlof ..rave ChMSiA HIM lundej.The Dub* treat dune iMettn
Home was kf charge ef arrange ." reanrsd a Wednesday erne. Heather el wink die Baptiet Uberat Arts. CDS-I. Rev. M. C CwW>. pastorMtte .IM .... planned by the flnrtdatane
..... led W TWow One reported at Ors same bee i c.... ... lea. tn iunu4 today thai Jens I. aO fomwf pastors and < AMOTUU U"'trlct IS
Talk" and -.n-:. PeWeost"At -rwiled $1. bonsni'' _____ uP'1 Cam Chairs had fretv.4 thearheUnM nemben as welt.se the publkt to tad 11. at I:ao Tuewlay ev nKg >
Board To MM the Hill Drtve-ls lor the J2fJ acne. SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY member t4 the Sottty. and wvld enrofl Wr Mend Dinner wiO be spread TOT. leviemher 1 at taw

the eweuttve board of ilia'I come eaeai rod be ThiUgty The n.coal ss the Qrr an'I' Patrol half terffle of school aosaiix ta Ouiney. Law Sepumhrr ,. IMt \, no gKMide tfter die servtres. 0--4& IhMel M Martanna.
a MM Onv* to ef Clash to hewed There win be M toafallaooa efrffkert
Oeeha7 Gardn Ook wffl arson.I AnrricMT sad Tumrenwia Inr She pest week a.r.gd3JrO: 1 1II t doKhut ML Ottve
Taeaday Mght! at .... with Mrs, Made." Fsaared a Auaedal. ....... S JO; HevenaTilO; tat l II I| etiiorceiMBl officer to the county 109 motorist toI Mr. ant Mrs W. T. Omrt ef I' :knot fee mtUs earth el GTMOS., and aQ memben are
t** )tordbS4e> beA3 Tbs Way .....- the cowry eun e. tT I drtre carefuCr Ia cboal MM*. 1004 rMhuwy Draw Qusnry. I I 5w I mM to anend.



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I adoptive couplo Him peHti M the I Going back to 1948, the year,''In word., people generally c
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W Court to adopt the child and the of the biggest walk out, It seems, that after generations of -
Society gives written consent, FREEDOMFreedom Southern delegates walking out log In for Instructions to -: I
thereby eliminating the powilbilIty of conventions Is something most]I out for your' 'betters, >itvalkout ,,
M of any contestation during folks are now proud of. was the first st U

IpK the adoption hearing. The birth II a treasure If properly used However, _though It wasn't said Rip_Van Dixie ___ __
certificate: It re-registered giving But always brings sorrow when It U abused.
the new name at the child and
the names ol the new parents When a man has It he can dare to be bran 32c SEPTEMBER
It Is easy to IM that this kind of t But if he sells himself, be becomes a slave. 32cj
Adoptive prams U 8 protection
for natural parents and the adoptive He's under the control of the powers that be;
i 1 1If 1t couple! alike There's never a moment when be't really free. With This Coupon n'o '
The Society U ready to assist I The purchaser owns him body and tout =
the natural parents of children, And CAN use him to accomplish a destructive goal
unmarried,
whether married or 6 Shirts $1.00 Cp,4
who fed adoption li the beat plan
Organized\ crime is frightful
a
power
for (heir duld. Medical atelat-
8/1('('. hcMpltaUiatton or mHiornity Using Influence every dart every hour.In LAUNDERED c:::
home planning li also available every nook and the earth

through. the Children's Home Enslaving the people with its deceptive worth. = Cash and Carry Only b

Them
_e. North Central Division of Why do the millions of good people sit by
the Children's Home Society I II Ignoring the Power they could obtain from on Ugh
1954 QUINCY JUNIOR LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS now prepared to provide total of SUNSHINE LAUNDRY
alopllvRl'McetI to the citizensof They have a promise from the Spirit Light
compiled a season's record of 11 wins and 4 losses. Gartuden County. Mitchell The lU-v. RMN*. Domlney That through Him they could put evil to flight w. Washington St.
Shown front row left to right are: AI Russell. Jimmy Drew, Dr. Lloyd Massey and SamCunningham
Darby, Roy Rogers, Scott Campbell, Glenn Edwards are members of the G'Boro Pastor It behooves all to wake up and behold
board of directors of the North The Love that redeems those who cold
Steve Boyette and Lex McMillan. Second row: Branch even are 32c SPECIAL 32c
Mahaffey, Kenny Rogers, Chip Gray and Terry Black- Central Society Division, representing of the Children'sHome Cuds- Resigns Aug. 30 And Indifferent. The freedom they've abused

burn. Back row: Manager R. L-Bullock. Players absent den County, and would be happyto Will change to beneficence if properly used

from the picture are Marvin Cox, Charles Fernald Tim talk with Interfiled person Tb. Rev. Rene** ... Dnmlney I Mabel D. BelL
Higgins and Scott Smith. about the specifics of the service The Rev. Renew B. Dominey 65c SEPTEMBER 65c
provided by this organization. who has served as pastor of the
If you have been considering Greensboro Baptist Church since '
Statewide I adoption and up until this time October 20, 1897 has resigned recently! visited her mother. Mn.\ J'fI
I Adoption Agency have not known where to BO to In order to accept the pastorate Douguui Brooks, are residing at With This Coupon
find me protection yon have felt of Odkcrert Baptist Church, Pen- perJona h 904 Hickory Drive, Colorado ... n
Begins New Division In AreaThe neresnary, contact the Tallahasseeoffice sands, effective as of August 30, Springs Cob. I ..... 3 LADIES'
of the Children1 Home Sortety 1984. and Mrs. James Skipper 0I
: low North Gadsrien Street, Mr. Dimlney's pastorate of Pvt. Steven Dean, Ft Jackson, andM son Terry have returned from 0 Sweaters $1.00
Children's Home Society Tallahassee, or Mr. Drew, Dr. lII'Ven81'1 at the Greenihoro
3 C. vulled his wile over the a vacation on the lake at Lees-
of Florida with Its State Head-,adoption Important agency in the consideration Actually, most of Mamey or Mr. Cunningham.Anniversary Church has. seen many accompInhmenta. weekend.Pvt., burg. I pet DRY CLEANED c::::
quarters In Jacksonville has opened Outstanding among Allen Brandon, Ft. Jackson
the Society is whether -
a full time office In Tallahassee couple can provide for or the not emotional a these have been the Increase in vlilted his parents Mr. and : and b
Cadxden and the contributions of the church to = Cash Carry Only
to serve County
ten other surrounding counties physical, material, and the Cooperative (Missions) Program Mra C.. W. Brandon, Jr. last
spiritual needs of child. TheSociety weekend.Mr.
a
of the Southern Convention
Included In the newly form Baptiiit 'IIIE'I'lf
now Is always looking for good (Continued from Fife Ow) SeweD
ed North Central Divl lon. This from $900 annually to and Mn. John L
LAUNDRY
office is located at 103 North homes and good prospective parents of Directors, a position he ,held (2,700: the dedlmncti of the newsanctuary of Tampa, en route to New Or- SUNSHINE
Gadsden Street In Tallahassee. with which to place their until Ma death In 1938 in 1959; and the pro'chase lawns, were recent guests of his Ctcey -
children. I
Robert R. Furlough, Mn. Pititda James J. Love was elected of additional property on brother C L. Sewell and wile. w. Washington St.
Vance and Mrs. Joan GsUtn are You might be asking yourself, director of the Qulncy Slate Bankto which the church may plan for Mr. and M.... Kenneth Maxwell TILL 1ee4iT
the professionally trained social why adopt through an agency and fill the vacancy caused by the future expansion. The presentation took their son Jerry to Bamsvllle. -
workers carrying out the various have to talk with a social worker death nf M. W, Munroe. He wu of the deed, following this Ca, where he la attending Gov. George Wallace's speech! 65c SPECIAL 65c
aspects of the Society's adoption about your personal life and elected Chairman of the Board purchase, will take place at a Gordon Military School. to the platform committee before
program.The feelings Are there not other after Mr. Jordan' death. In December pedal service on Sunday August Mr and Mrs. Morris Sober are the convention hinted maybe I
Children's Home Society flannels Suet as good and perhaps 1981 after Mr. Love'i 30, Mr n final day atNutnr. n pending a week In Montreal, N. somnambulate Dixie may be
of Florida is a private, statewide faster, which do not require death, William I A total of S4 people were C with Mrs. T. M. Cumbie at her .wake and looking over the field.
,0101'11111'lI'IIcy that offers total i stain interviews? The answer Is Became vice president :tithe bank: laptired Into the fellowship of cottage. George said that In his state $1.00 SEPTEMBER $1.Oe
adoption service to the cttlrens very simple, Later he wan named executive the church during his pnslorate. I Mrs. James Mahaffey and chilIren and other regions more and more
of Florida. This service Includes 1 : 1 The Children's Home Society, vice president. Mr. Dominey was active In the Branch and Harriett and Rip Van People who awoke didn't
1. Ambiance to natural parents like other social agencies, provides L D. McMillan was electedjrenldent formation of the new Gadsden' mother, Mrs. Anthony J. Wheat ask about Billy Jennings Bryan.onItr:1 With This Coupon
who are considering releasing many Important safeguardsto of the QuIncy Slate County Baptist Association in returned yesterday from Silver that after brushing up no
\ their children for adoption. the natural parents and to the Bank after Mr. Jorrfcui'i tenureof 1961, serving as temporary vice Spring where they spent three ;: events since Grandpa x
2. Planning with and studying couple l considering adoption, office "Mr. Neff" aa he U moderator and later aa vice-mod: daysMrs. and then Pa passed the party
prospective adoptive families who which are not available In non- known by Gadsden Countiani ii erator for two years. lie also ; Huston Rogers has returned loyalty hex down that by George, 2 Blankets $1.00 Qp,4
wish to begin or complete their agency placements. For example, guiding the affairs of the bank served as chairman of the n family through adoption. neither the natural parents nor with a wine hand. Dating committee and chairmanof Birmingham, Ala., due to the Illness \- They found out that William DRY CLEANED C
3. Working wit older children the adoptive parents know each Serving with Mr. McMillan u the committee on calendar: of of her sister Mrs. R. R. Jennings Bryan was gone forever -i
who have been In foster homes other or the whereabouts of each bank officials are: William Bradley activities, and has assisted in a Callen, Jr. and almost as forgotten ai
and are now ready lor adoptive otiier. Before a child Is placed Munroe, executive vice president number. of other ssorlaUaml\ ac I M.... G. C Humber of daxton, Billy Sol Estes. It was no secret = Cash and Carry OnlyoC
placement.There I with the adoptive parents, parental : E. B. Woodbery, vice prea- tivities.OBkcreit Ga, was a recent guest of Mr. either that In Woshlngton the
are many mlaconcepflnniregarding rights have been severed and Ident and mist officer;; A. D. Ma- Baptist Church, where and Mn. Huiton Rogers.Mr. Senators would talk about Home
planning adoption (he Children's Home Society has con, assistant vice president; 8 Mr. Dominey will serve after Augur -I and Mrs. Thomas Motley Run Baker but shunned mention ,
through a social agency. Some been given permanent commit- R. Burns, assistant vice president:; 30, Is s young church, hay have returned from 8 two weeks ol one Bobby Baker. SUNSHINE LAUNDRY
people believe that one must have mend by the court. The agency Ken Markham, cashier and AI) log been In existence only nineyears stay at Tuscaloosa, Ala. In the history of happenings\
a lot of money In the bank to be I then places the child, and for Smith, assistant cashier. and Is located In a suburban -I. Hiram Brlnkley visited his son from 1932 to 1984 they had w. Washington St.
eligible to adopt. Others think period of nine months assists l; The bank director other than area of Penaacola. Tills In law and daughter In Enterdae learned how the Democratic party I
Stoat one must own his own couple and child In their adjustment Mr. McMillan, Mr. Wondbery\ and church prnendy is In a building Ala., during the weekend of Grandpa had been a victimof
51111 others have various hom"j in addition to serving si Mr. Munroe are J. B. HlRfai, program two units having been I Captain and Mrs. Howard W. a rare type of cancer first discovered j $1.00 SPECIAL $1.00
shout..:the_ requirements. consultant for their needs. The John C lllnaon and M. B. Bates, completed and several! units, Including Harrison formerly Virginia Budd) in Russia after World
Jr. a sanctuary, yet to be and daughter Letlee_Williams.who War I._ ___ _._
I In 1961 the Quincy State Bank completed. Its' present membership
moved from Itt original place of totals 397.
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QUINCY FEED MILLS business to a handsome I1I'WWOo Mr. Domlnry la e native of
Clayton, Alabama. Ills educa-
ilory building on the other end
of the block. lon following hi. graduation from
321 South Jackson Quincy Florida high grec school from Howard includes College an A. B.Birmingham do-- ANNUAL FURNITURE CLEARANCE SALE

Dr. Blackwell Alabama, and seminary
TELEPHONE 627-6267 training at the New Orleans Rapist
Theological Seminary, New LIVING ROOM WAS NOW WAS NOW
:SUMMER CLOSE OUT'SALE (Continued tram raga One) Orleans, Louisiana. Mrs. Dnmlncy
Is the former Jean Marie Patterson
by hand In camping arena, preserves KING SIZE .. 239.95 199.95'Contemporary
daughter of Dr. E. N. Patterson SO'FA -
269.95 169.00
or parka. Campers hunters '
president of Grand CanymHnptist i Combination 6/1 x 30 Innerspring ,
and fishermen should be cantlnui Champagne t I
( ) College, Phoenix, Ari Firm Quilted Top
of contact\ with animal wildlife
zona. They are the parents of ,
any of which may be infectedwllh SOFA 279.95 239.90
raMea Inur boys: Gerald Reneau Raymond -- LONG BOY _ 99.95 69.95'
Nelson John Mark and French Provincial Champagne
I, Whenever pnulble an animal David Patterson. 80 Inch Foam Rubber TWIN SET

be that captured has bitten alive someone and placed ihould under SOFA -.? .-.. 329.95 249.90
AUGUST 27 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12 REGULAR 159.50 99.95
the observation of 8 veterinarian Mrs. Weinberg Contemporary (Green Loose Pillow Back)
or other qualified personto Henry Spring Air Reversafoam Combination
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determine whether or not It has Hostess At BridgeMrs. SOFA .. 349.95 279.00
rahlea. Traditional Orange and Gold
Anyone bitten by M animal Henry Welnberg. Jr. entertained
ihmilil receive I Immediate tint aid with e duplicate bridge SOFA/SLEEPER 264.95 229.90 RECLINERS I
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by thorough cleansing of me game Tuesday morning. Winners
wound with water and soup or detergent were Mrs Ben Duncan, Mrs. Brown Tweed
followed by a mild anti rred May, first: Mrs. Fisher
BERELINE RECLINER 89.95 69.95
1 y septic. Medial advice and aid Williams and Mrs. Sam Hlgdon, SOFA 269.95 199.90 _
Mould be obtained aa' soon M second; and Mrs. Henry Faulk Early American Tweed
possible.! oaf Mrs. Kenneth_Maxwell, third.no : BERKLINE RECLINER 139.95 119.90

SOFA ? -. .... 249.95 219.90 BARCALOUNGER .... 239.95 199.90
OOP fNITY nietr ( ?
a
way go .
25% OFFALL Rppublh'8lIPllIIorI believe there Early American Green Recliner Extra long Leg Rest
la a trend toward party unity for SOFA Extra High Back
the Presidential campaign aince BACKTO _. 329.95 199.90
tioldwater'a explanation ft his Traditional Orange

ALL WESTERN laid word he on would extremism.paraphrase Goldwater his re- CHAIR ._ 179.95 89.90 DINING ROOM

marks on extremism to read Wing Back Blue '
,, "whole-hearted devotion to liberty
0 SHIRTS U unassailable and > halfhearted CHAIR CHINA BREAKFRONT 199.95 179.90
devotion to justice I Is Indefensible 179.95 89.90 Saga by Broyhlll Walnut '
PANTS ," Wing Back Beige.

TABLE ., 89.95 79.90
BOOTS SUINOER W HAHI\aTO SCHOOL CHAIR ___, .--. .-? 89.95 79.95 Saga by Broyhffl .- Walnut
Pierre Snllnger\ former White
i Pr. French Prov. Lavander Floral ea. ea.
BELTS ,muss! prru secretary, tar returned SMALL CHINA _.. ..129.95 114.90
to Washington Senator
aa CHAIR ._ 69.95 59.95
TIES Salinger to Ml In the Democraticseat Saga by Broyhtil Walnut
left vacant by the death of Pr. Italian Prov. Floral Quilt ea. ea.

,Senator Clair Eagle of California.
HATS Salinger WIll the the Democratic CHAIR -.? _. 69.95 59.95
AU RIDING EQUIPMENT nominee for the seat tot a a. Pr. Traditional Mahogany Champagne DINETTE SETS
full 8 year terms beginning IaJanu.ry
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SADDLES
Everyone: has good traits, If BEDDING TABLE & 6 CHAIRS 144.95 119.90
BRIDLES you will take the time to discover HoweU

them KING SIZE .,_ 239.95 199.95
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ALL OTHER EQUIPMENT Latex TABLE&'CHAIRS _
[ An emotional jag I.( almost ai Combination I/I x 10 Foam Rubber
Maple
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LAMPS REDUCED $3.95 and $4.95 PILLOWS 1

COMMERCIAL and DOMESTIC


MASTER ANTENNA SYSTEMSFOR -... UP TO 50% REDUCED TO $1.00 EACH



y L.MN .M ..Na..e.
Pictures Mirrors
..',******i'SSf V.toa Plaques,
EVERYTHING REDUCED
TELEVISION AND STEREO FM

Xmytklnc's right I REDUCED UP TO 50%
about Lad, Baltimore EXCEPT SMALL GIFT ITEMS

Multi Outlet Installation Channel i 6. 7, 11 for .MoIluna..1 I

Rugged, sturdy net

SETS CAN BE RUN ON DIFFERENT CHANNELS .s tterty f.mlelae.M tampered. feels te ewe A FREE GIFT FOR EVERY LADY

SIMULTANEOUSLY It Smart low prices,

.eight.... Bight eoisr.'Train .alsM Sale Starts Friday 8 A.M. Open Till 9 P. M. Beginning Day!


INSTALLATION IN MOTELS, FREE DELIVERY WITHIN 100 MILES

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HOTELS and HOMESWESTER 11" Overnight Cue __ IIUS IIUSI'

Weekend 11US
24.. NlInu __ $ll >* STEWARTYOUNGFURNITURE

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EVIDENCE PRESENTED[ IN 4 "



MURDER[ TRIAL : 1


Beyond a shadow of a doubt...the evidence is proving that CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER..did wilfully and maliciously...or
June 25,1964,murder HIGH FOOD PRICES in Quincy,Forida. The staggering evidence presented to the jury was obtained by Comparion
Shoppers in two((2))Supermarkets,friendly with Stamps,Coupons and other costly gimmicks .
The jury seemed to be swayed by CASEY'S EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICES and asked the Judge to adjourn court. They departed
immediately to CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER and took advantage of CASEY'S LOW, LOW PRICES!
The Judge cautioned the people of Gadsden County,not to be MISLED by 10.20 or 30 Week-End Specials offered by other stores. Ho
said CASEY features over 4,000 everyday low prices and he guarantees to save you CASH MONEY EVERYDAY .

EXHIBIT "A" EXHIBIT "B" EXHIBIT "C"

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DELMONTE-Ox.Bottle
DEL MONTE303 Can PURE CANE
FRUIT COCKTAIL 21c TOMATO CATSUP 15c
WWTEHOUSE-Can SUGAR i 10 Lb. 88e STOKELY-Ox.BottleAPPLE
SAUCE 15c Bag TOMATO CATSUP. 15c
PETER PAN12 O Jar
WHTEHOUSE-Quart ROBIN HOOD Plain or Self-Rising :
APPLE JUICE 25t e PEANUT BUTTER 3/C
8 8
OCEAN CRANBERRY SPRAY-Tall SAUCE Can 22c LOU R 10 Bag Lb. SALTINES DIXIE BELLE 1 Lb.Box 19c

DEL MONTE SLICED No. PAL PEANUT
LE PINEAPPLE SUEUR_303 Can 132e BUTT E R 2Lb.Jot 4ge DELMONTE-15 NnAiE'S Ot PkQ. 33c
TINY PEAS 25c RAISINS 23c
22 Os'
KRAFT Quarts PILLSBURY LAYERCAKE
MAYONNAISE 49c LIQUID SWAN 55cLrauiD
5ge
SHOWBOAT 2V4 Can MIXES 2 for
PORK & BEANS 16c JOY 55c
ARMOUR'S CORNED BEEF 12 Ox.Can 43cARMOUR'S REFRESHING LIQUID IVORY 55c
-12 Ox.Can LIPTON TEA Lb. 6ge 22 Ox.
TREET 39c PkQ. LIQUID VEL 55c
STARKIST CHUNK TUNAOt Can 30c SNOWDRIFT LIQUID THRILL 55c
PERFECTION-Lb.Bag SHORTENING 3Lb. 48e 22 OL
RICE 33c Can LIQUID TREND 39c

"{ CHOICE TABLEMTE EXHIBIT "D"

CHUCK ROAST lb. 39*

NO.7 BONE TENDER LEAN

t ROAST lb. 45e PORK STEAKS lb. 3ge

ROYAL ROCKEXHIBIT j
f[ RIB STEW or BRISKET BEEF 5n Ibs.98e STEWING HENS >lb. 29

BUDGET PAK
!GROUND FRESH LEAN JUICY SLICED BACON lb. 27'eI

389 YOUNG TENDERHEN

I BEEF TURKEY ib.35

"E" DAIRY EXHIBIT "F" FROZEN FOODS EXHIBIT V PRODUCE
SEALTEST All Flavors MORTON'S BEEF,CHICIEN.TURKEY WHITE SEEDLESS or RED MALAGA '
;i ICE I CREAM POT PIES GRAPES ib.19C


: Half GaL 7ge 3for4ge POTATOES
I KRAFT-Lb.Box ORANGE IB Ox.Cant
I VELVEETADONfTS'3for00 7ge JUICE 4 for 89' 10 Bag Lb 49

l i GREENs 10 Ox. 10 ONIONS 3 Lb. ,19
_ _ Pkg. _ _Bag _

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand "Robotr/i deprivbil you if year ridltl-* ,DIat Tuesday, September 8- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary the principles of Americanism as BIBLE VERSE
and oonUnutns frHdOlll to chooser Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House: Blue Lodge 8 p.m., opposed to Communism have
'been explored by so many at the "Come
after ,
CRATTAHOUCHCC TRlBUNl Masonic Gadsden Net Trimmer ye me and t II I
Emergency
Building: grassroots that tremendous progress make fat to become flihrrtmen. ,
Published each Thursdav *t IS t. Madison StreetA i, 7:30: p.m., Club House, Shadow Street has been made in real cllisenshlp ."
Jnlix H Curr N.ra.esapMLSABI.ISHED education Not every col. 1. Where li this
1 IM1Qulncv Wednesday, September 9- Nary Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., lecuvist has been converted to the Bible? vprsiIn
Florida t Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, KittrelTs Restaurant: be sure, but the amazing! progress 2. To whom was It spot > .
eveee ...1... Plea P.1C us Outer """ Exchange Club, 1 Jefferson House; Army Recruiter that has been made is attestedby 3. By whom was It pok. .,
p.m. the current resurgence of the .
4. ,
DRINK I Is the invitation .
line her. 13.00 Two Yeses SOhO U I r< ,
Sax Mont.h.16
Poet Center, 8. S. in
A : Office;..Canning conservative spirit party councils elsewhere in the Bihl "
J. U Hntchin. ...... PebluA.r pON1' DRIVE --- --- The next step, naturally, will
floss Carman Ade.rts.n,0 l"eI New.ORILt4 munists be to take as much of this to Anwrm lo Bible Vrn*
i World's dad .\.Irm the While Howe and to the Congress 1 I. Matthew 4: 19b
r LOOKING Sometimes In the Chamber's' is possible 2. To Simon and Andn
poetic affairs ;program, as in were fishing.
AHEAD
4p I Rapid Qty I. D., an Individual i HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS 3. By .Tesui.
NATIONAL lOITOIMAl Ile a.0.,. i asset asks himself what he can do about 4. Mark I' IT
IIIIC10t..._ .if and answers his question with
u+ 1t puns, woos personal action. There George i BRAVE LITTLE: LEAbl'F.||
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p o } :vi : d ......- Modes, I tailor who Is largely II, Mirjnrto$ B. Gregory Tipton OMa A \rar .,
If11oN seU 'ducaled, got hold of Chamber -I Rome DpnramtnirlM Anent 13-y!ar-old Little Leaguer M a
WHAT GOES of Commerce material and (lllh la wile '"f rood Farts try Manning tout his rich'' .
AT GRASSROOTS helped set up at teskers' bureau i sad Fallitrles) when he was struck by a
He joined I the toasunasten to DANGER OF FOOD while riding his bicycle i"
Columnists Breton such is Alsop, LJpp- learn to speak, then went out and FADS AND KALUCIKS earn were not for the 118'].
The Football mann and others who
Song customarily mark off the conservtives -1 spoke: 100 audiences last year.I Why all of the fum about food felt but the thought of nm, II I.
He has moderated courses on fads and fallacies 'There ire a able to play baseball Rt-. ,
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School bells will be and that brings the as not even there at all economics, and Commun
soon ringing only the extremists), must remain politics; number of dangers: doctors allowed him to put
football season. It hat more spirit and excitement, perhaps rather shaken aftArhi !ism for IK consecutive weeks I 1. Essential nutrients msy be uniform and his coach lot i
and I* said to still be going strong, lacking from the lad diet. Malnutrition itch a game The team
than other And National Convention
frpubllcan
any sports season. so, as we enJoy 'Intending to carry on Indefinitely ,
could mult. 154. Later h. returned <
the games this fall we will hear the some old football understand Many of their why readers the bulk still of do writ-nut This kind of dedication Is giving 2. Children following: a fad:regular spot as catcher hit'
song, over and over again. era snd commentators and pollsters the people i new look at publicInall'l may not get the nutrients they he was slower getting ui"
We are not referring to the marching long or the who directed their barrage and citizenship respauiblllty need for .proper growth and development. down.

alma mater of any coU. .. We are referring to the lulled against i that Mr. Coldwater voters were could not have behind In Gastonia, N. c.. the Cham t. Medical attention to i serious florid'i famed Swamp Bu::.
song of the coach.. it goes like this: ins the conservative candidate, hers materials were used to ailment may be delayed while Derby will be staged icur
spark a series on economic education fad quack faddist ittcmpti to at the Gulf! '
"Well we oan't possibly do at well as we did las yen though convention delegates a or veer Naples on
OfaY in classes at Ashley High treat the condition. 30 to Nm. 1. The annual .
there because of
season We've lost eight good tackles, fourteen top dories were( In some 111II18I1<'e'primary. Wishul School. This developed becausethe 4. Faddish foods and treatmentare attracts ',000118111I1'1 and l is
i guards, sixteen great backs and thirty-four assistant .. thinking do you suppose local Chamber had Invited Invarlablly expensive reed hy news reels prmtelevision.

coachei. No, we can't expert to do at wen at last Honda Tnlfu So/My UHUK-U Apparently these communica II teachers It sponsored to low for ducunsim the businessmen.Some croups. RECORD THEFT .
season." tor* arc out of touch with UKgiawirooli very spirited classroom discussions Monte Carlo Monaco A robbery

Despite this weeping, the coach goes on to win most: reacted strongly at the attack on our warships. He was.quar.ly unaware that Such citizens observers' have are acquired resulted from line of it the Clerc Jewelry Store I Floor Covering
of his with a fine of talent. on the both evaluateIssues Chamber materials in history and mounted to more than $2,000-,
spot
games crop politically and militarily a new ability to economics groups, with students 000, the largest loss In the Riviera
Football !Is a sport that Is peculiarly American, a his critics having been calling for bolder action for some Ue have been In lie front taking a piercing look at Com IIlatol')'. Officers said that only,: Including ferratesIalal4
port that we associate with cool weather, falling leaves,I time.Makarios'. IInl' in this business for nearly munlsm and comparing It with halt of the jewelry scooped up Unolium rubb.
30 At first, the public was iviarl
yean the American
system. Their conclusion by hooded gunmen was Iniured
school and the of winter.
coming genuinely receptive to the conservative
I was that free enterprisemust This robbery more than doubledthe eorkCounter
The season doesn't last long. When It'. ever, and plea. Many were amazed be defended and supported.It Riviera record which wash
basketball over, the worst sports lull of the year follow: Logic yet Appreciative, that oppose"anyone the ] Is the world's best, they laid. robbery of the Begun Aga Top
would hale the gnat to Adult Education: Too
I Khan In 1948.
The fall the football season, Is actually the height Archbishop Makorios, the Creek Cypriot President, faa collertvlzatinn of America. The Regular adult education courses
ell the sports season in the United Statee. It is a time of man whose logic is sometimes difficult to follow. pant few years have brought bitter I|have also been provided through Work
snit ks from the far left, but ,this At St. Louis, for
year to be enjoyed to the fullest He has just declared, for example, that the United these have not stopped the great I example program., two adult education cen-
Nations General Assembly should "soon" take up the surge of replication that Is reviving I\lets as a start each formed I All Type
Air Traffic problem of whether or not there is to be war in the America. I group of eager students wanting
UpThe island young UlunUry Srrlee I to learn how to be politicians at Expert Installation
republic. A good example of orientation I the grassroots.! An Industrial research
airlines flying the North Atlantic, nerving re. In the next breath, however, he has flatly rejected In American principles Is that beI I chemist was the moving

duced fare a* of April lit, now report their travel volume Secretary General U. Tbant's request that the world body's Affairs ing encouraged Department by of the the Chamber Public :spirit.school By districts the second and two semester YMCA'stad (
for the second quarter of 1964 up forty per cent over the peacekeeping force be given full freedom of movement, of Commerce of the United I Joined In starting classes. SHE FIR.BLITCH
tame quarter In 1963. including inspectional rights at ports where large quantities States. One of the Chamber's recent The truth of the matter Is that "L<.,tfu ifj .tv *&\
Air Association of arms are being unloaded 'Here's II The International Transport reportedthat the ValparaiDO, Ind.,
more than 863,000 passengers were carried over the Most of these shipments presumably come from Chamber of Commerce as having
Atlantic by air In the second quarter Greece, but some also from the Soviet bloc. sponsored several series of trainIng READY MIX -.. --
nenlons In their area In I ,
, Thus the jump in air travel over the Atlantic 1* one They make a mockery of what the international force six-month period. On conclusion,
i of the most impressive Increases In commercial transportation Is trying to do in Cyprus, and what the United Nations 130 graduates of the 8-sesslon CONCRETECONCRETE LOANS
i history the total for the second quarter being mediator is striving for In Geneva, to keep the Greek and series were honored at their annual
dinner, and this led to form-
I more than the entire annual haul recently a* 1956. Turkish Cypriots from each others throats. attar of new groups throughout I RESIDENTIAL FARM I
Meanwhile, lea crossings were down from 1963. The The Papandreou government In Athens ancient the community. No experts were Lowest Closing Costs High
home of called In. Everything was voluntary Appraisals
Incomparable philosophers and logicians istendering
for the 240,000
number of ship passenger quarter was and local.Their Good TermsCONVENTIONAL
down from 270,000 in 1963. But since there have been poor service to the tranquility of the world by I annual pl'OlJ'I.I1f"plaln
fewer crossings by ship (some having been twitched to failing to caution Makarlos against his current rashness. ed It this way: "An economy Is F.H.A.
the sum total of the work and the BLOCK
cruises during the period) the decline U less meaningful. I
will of the people In It. Unless QuIck. Confidential and t
What the latest figure show, beyond a doubt, i Sa QUINCY Americans understand how our Courteous Service

that 1964 air fare reduction (up to 21 per cent) attracted conomy to make and works keep and It what strong It, stable takes SEE ALVIE WOLF AT

a heavy volume of travel and it follow that further reductions CALENDAR OF EVENTSA and growing, we may not be able Oakland Concrete .
which must eventually come, would attract an lo meet the Communist challenge HARBIN-WOLF, Inc.
even volume of travel.It U our free competitive enter- Products Company
greater Community Service the trine system Is weakened, our 321 West Crawford Street
U always a fight for those who hilt volume traffic by moat effective weapon In the Allen Boetlck end
to overcome the bureaucratic argument of holding the Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, S27-8S1I cold war Is sabotaged, our bit- John Thomson Phone MAIn 7.8737

price line (an argument espoused by so many European Kent balance advantage of world Is power lent and may the betoted Phone MAto MOtl Your Business Will Be Appreciated

government-owned airline) But in every case In the Thursday, August 27Canning Center, 8 S; Florida to the aide of the Com .
past decade when price have been lowered by the State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. ---- ----- -- --- ,
I 1ATA, proponents of price reduction have been proven
, 'right and the hfgh co.t advocates wrong. Friday, August 28Alcoholic Anonymous and ALanon
Family Croup, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Canning *
i Center, 8 .5; Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson House;
People Entitled To KnowA Air Force Recruiter, 9-12, Post Office.

constant battle hal been raging In recent years Monday, August 31- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson Best Year-End Deals

between bureaucrats In government and those trying House; Canning Center, 8 5; Social Security Representative

to find our what government li doing. 9:30: am., Courtroom, Courthouse.
By unanimous vote, the Senate hat taken a step toward
Tuesday, September Center .
1Canning 8 S: Rotary
correcting this situation. The Senate approved a bill
Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board
which that time a federal withholds Information
says any agency
Meeting, 8 Clubhouse Lions Club, 7 Kittrell'
p.m. ; p.m., -
the burden of proof lion the agency. And any Cafe.Wednesday .
frustrated information-seeker can haul the agency Into
I
court September 2Navy Recruiter, 10.30 a.m., OFFICIAL
This applies not only to information sought by newt Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant; ,

publications but to other hldd.n-tecordpuactlc.s. Far Instance Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter .
Senator Everett Dlrksen, Illinois Republican, cited Post Office; Canning Center, 8-5; Marine 1
the ease of a farmer whose acreage allotment arbitrarily Recruiter, 9 .. 12, Post Office. CLEARANCE [. t .
was reduced on the bails of "confidential' statements .
obtained from unidentified lources. Thursday, September 3- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida .y... .

The Agriculture Department wouldn't even reveal to State Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St

the Senator grounds for this action, or give him a reason Friday, September Alcoholics Anonymous & ALAnon

for withholding the Information. Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House)
The Senate bill is the result of patient work chiefly Shrine Club, 7:30: p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant; Canning

by Senator Edward Long, Missouri Democrat, who discovered Center 8 5; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12, Post Office
that nearly every agency of the government was
lobbying against his bill. Reason enough, on the face of Monday, September 7Labor Day. Schedule may be
It, to pass ItAnyhow changed. Klwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House;

the Senate approved the bill but there U Canning Center, 85; American Legion, John W. now at Ford Dealers
a catch. Senator Hubert Humphrey, Minnesota Democrat Shaw Poet No. 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home: !

later offered a motion to reconsider the bill, saying Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30, R.A.M,
some Senators wanted to discuss It, although all had Tal-Mar-Quln Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building;
that opportunity earlier.If Social Security Representative, 9:30: am., Court _

the Senator Is merely trying to stall the bill to delay room, Courthouse.

House approval, this would be a disservice to every
American dtUen. I

The people are entitled to know what their govern
ment servants are doing. I
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LBJ On The Spot I

President Lyndon B. Johnson was on the hot seat,
in the game In International relations, for the first time DRLC 1&1a

earlier this month when North Vietnam patrol boats ytirend Mvtngj on Super Torqu. Fords

attacked U. S. worships.Hll i mootheitstssd.en, strongest can in their class
reaction was not a weak one, and air strikes on I the winning ices of '64 NASCAR we*

North Vietnamese coastal installations sent a sober \
chill around the world which brought on a tense International -

situation. I I
The President was prudent enough to get Congressional a T

approval for his move, and to bring the Issue l
promptly to the attention of the Security Council He also ,

col Barry the support of. the Republican Presidential nominee, :j I i J1

And it may be that In this crisis, far from U. 3. shores 81 year.end siring en '64 Falcon, the Big/
or Texas, the President will see his reputation made or'' OUR PUise live us any lilt changes I t smarted looking ptuinttt riding compact middle-ay.ye.r..n4 IIWllt On '64 Fejf5nes, the

unmade, to a large extent To be fair to the President' TELEPHONEDIRECTOR or iddittons now. TW, Is site e I wit, ruts economy In tut esrdj" for you. Us economy cars snd win room sports for sM*sr house he. klnc.

it was a situation he Inherited. There was good reason to |", !
believe we should never have entered the war In South ? Cost Individual liitinf that tsi

Vietnam. I i CLOSES SOON add so mucH fo your Ittvtc:.. I BEST YEAR-END DEALS ON FORD TRUCKS f
We tried to bolster an Intolerant repressive regime, IO I..

and finally the people overthrew the regime but there ; AND USED CARS TOO... AT FORD DEALERS \ II.f.,

has not been time or enough opportunity for the new regime
to win .the full confidence. Already we have about ",,...., \taJ

20,000 Americans In the country, with many more on the

way.As !@! Inman-Johnson Motor
the election year campaign begins the war In Quincy Telephone Co Company, Inc.

Vietnam will be a major Issue. President Johnson, per.; :218 West Jefferson St.
haps being tested by the Red Chinese In an election year. .- Quincy. na.P.IUS .



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i I or no advertiilng Buffered almntt'u 'I Miami. They read that I wanted ai Huntingdon College Mnnignmcr and children Mike and Sarabethwill I lean Saturday and oome tn Qulncy I Fred KIMlkt and husband
much u the nearby big advtrtlsen. -I II tome GoMwater tttoken and tent / AM.Mn. return Mnorrow from a visit ( Monrtay where ht will visit Mn. Fount May and parent
[1 ralBUJ I 'me tome PerjOlla I Ednar BantHt h.. rammed -!In Knoxvlllr. Tenn. with hit relatives I hit grandmother, Mn. G. L. Me- Dr. and Mn. J. B. Brlnnon. otMonMcelk
e I, It wu evident that the downtown\ Htd t nice surprise the other from a visit in Savannah, ( a'i, ,Call and attend F8U ) have returned from a
|,traffic created by regular newspaper day. Harold Young and James Mr. and !II.,.. Jamcn B Bull' Mr and Mn. Jansen II. Cox are Mr. and Mrs S. M. Strom and vacation at the May cottage, Montreal
tdverbien helped to keep Earnest dropped by to lay "11tt)." Mr. and Mr*. llooi-ge Stabter and mui er. "' BUiail-ilmding the World' Kair InN..w wn In law and daughter, Rev. N. C.
nlJJ the entire trade center alive. Saw a recent claariftai ad In have been on a trip to the mmuv ed MlM Ruby &I1JinB ThwnaavUleSunday. 1 York and Mre.Y R. Martaw and chit-; Manbeta .
[ ,, The most dangerous compel! the Democrat which read Want taint of North Carolina and vttItrd Mr sod Mn. Raymond .Unit1and dawn returned Sunday from II! Murk, Oa.and have Bill been r'ortwm vlnlllng of theirgrandparent
tifln for the local merchant U not 10 buy house for large dog noth- 1'I'1a1lIn Atlanta ..ndAmmcu. R. Munroe hM gone i wn Kelly VMM Panacea and I'""'1 vacation at Uillwtter II.II.'ntI. tr. Mr. and Mn. E ItRouton.
his next door neighbor. The big-! ftg elaborate, dog will be gone .. Ga. to Macon with her daughter In 1 Alligator Print Ainrtay.Pr. They were toned fnr 1M1'fIf'Itront1 Their mother and tester
By Hutch Beat threat It the competitor In. toon I hope. Mr. and Mrs Hugh Stephen law, Mrs Iff Ray Munroe altocame I II and M.... J M. Griffin amt .by Mr. and Mn IA'WIII I Rebecrah jollied them here Monday
Blatant trade center.I I and daughter have returned tram Slam and family ,
A furniture store in Ambler Well the Greensboro Band will tat her yeiwilny. From daughter Mary Howard IMen and they returned home jwtterday. -
runi advertlame Or In many cases, when advertising be back from the World Fair to a viMt in BrookivUle. FU Lauderdale I then he will go to Attanta tar!and KM: have returned INn Mn. Kbwtt Sr. Janice .
Pmn..- frequent signed to it not mod, trade for all I morrow. Saw them off at the and Key Wnt. eye turnery.Mra. 'Daytana Bench where he altoil *!. Carol Cantey,Ior. Munme ind
all local retail firms even promote local retailers it lout because cuttomen -: train nation last Thunday. The Dr. Sara Frencee Anders hal Anthony J. Wheat left thm < a modii'Sl II1f'1" ". Walter Mertewon (olnpd the Don ; Mr and Mn. C. S Daniel otTavaret I II
I competitor are. not stimulated to buy tram was 30 minute lalf'tit' returned to Plnevtlle, La. after !morning: by plane foe K. I Sawyer I I Kenneth MacOowan I Pad of Mays at RmeraM (On )' I arrived today to visit II I
"' tun wai shining brightly and my I. visit of two week with Mitt Air rare Baae. Michigan'irUlrfnx. "'.. \vtatttntr Ml grandparent day 111'1'1''her brother In law and tiller Mr
uch advertltlnc done on the hair got and oranger. Marjorie Thomas and family. Mr and Mn Karl v-hoddd and Mn. Jnpeph Suber Jr and
oranger
her and
i to visit sun daughter in Mr. and Mrt, Kenneth A. .
belief that general activity in a I. Well the annual pre-planning Mrs Howard Thomas and Mr. law, Capliln and \Ira AnlhnnyJoarph I'NltiGcman.Pr had as weekend guests Mr and'cower ',-11111\'...
trade center II good for all re- of the tfhnoli (In Gadaden County and Mrt M. D. Walker went to Wheat. Jr. and ton.Miinet Mr S II ftdirlt and ilmight-" Mr K: V DeVane and chll-
utters\ u well u the community and daughter I I and Mn Cabin CVrry and Dywine o( Orlando darn left IMeiday for BrumrAirk,
began Monday
I my Auburn Ala. weekendand
during the Deborah Cit .1 I' :;
u a whole.It I U tttendlng the daughter were home by and Bonnie wn nf AllII"wlllf'. spent the weekpint > Mr and MM Kd Wvnn and Maine after tpendlng aeveralinoiitha
I has been proven that the AROUND Yooo cried her era day In dhoti daughter. accompanied MI. Brenda Thomas Bntt Cox new to Tampa Wedneftday with hu patents Mr. and I"r' daughters al 9'allaha.epe" rrr with her parent Mr and
large store which advertise bray I M a few yean ago and hom't and Mlu Paula Walker who have to visit their aunt and I Mr Horace f\irry Mn. Oirrynmt -' guests at his snifter Mm ',Mm U A McDnaimld.
uncle, Mr. and Mn. Marvin _
Ctax I' mn mnined fir a week'svisit
II) automatically helps to sup now much taller than a firstgrader. been the
attending sunnier m-
I Th.sovARE. and
Mr. Mn. frank
and
nearby specialty shops ind Mnronand with her parent, Mr.
port lion Auburn .
at
icrvlcei. Thus, the best location Went Dining down at the pond Unlvertlty.Mlw family have been on a ramp Mr Frank fcmth.Mr HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
Sandra Bajfgrtt has rt to North
Ins trip Oorgla std Mn Roland Hlmt.
small shop be in bit
for a gift may last Saturday Nothing for along
I
turned to Tampa after her Mr. and Mra. W ,
visiting N
ralnHMh workers in Mexico, spent the"ivlicixl
the shadow of i large department time. While I wan batting CARS
E Rubs grandmother, M re. J M. Oweni. have been visiting their mn. in at gtieiitt ot the J. K
the hook It fell from
accidentally\ Mr. and Mn. W. T Couch and law and daughter Mr and all makes
tore.Studlei made of retail trade the dark Into the water right bra Mn. Uilhortiam; USED PARTS (for
decline In cities where mrlkesclosed low me and the fish really started,children have returned from a Milton Bevli In Jacksonville They I <' McCaU flew to Miami of Cars and Trucks
indicate that biting A moccasin visit In Jacksonville "1t* her par- were arrompanled by their grant itnirvta.v to Join his family whoVITIV
newspapers About water tame Mil, Mr. and Mn. >E. B. Kirk suns. lUroM and Neal Kalndoth' voting hli wlfe't mniher.! HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
1pt'CI.Uty shops which did little\ (till voter rotfitrarton. swimming by latlly and ever
It just makes me furious to tee a now and then a frog would pop Patrick.Mill Johanna Heythekker had haw Mr.returned and Mrt.from C' I devil Atlanta ,: I art returned to Quincy 'l\Je., WE BUY lUNHD CARS
a trip to 'i1a.\
white voter come In one who U ill head above water and tare
Mason Music middle-aged smile real smugly at me a while. It was all'l'I'I I at a recent guru Mir Sally and North Carolina ,i Havl Murgan. Jr of Panama, 1422 W. J.Uerson! MAin 7.7115
when he regimen, I just want homey clown then. Boyd of _FHham. Ga.-, a_student-_-Mr.:-..and Mm._ 0.-E !Kilt Taylor C.iiwl Zone will land In New Or
COMPANY to shake him and ask him how Well, this la the Cadiden Conk
E. Street come he hat waited Bill king saving bye-hye for this week.
14 Washington
i There It an elderly while lady In Come bark to tee me. I
PIANOS' ORGANS Qiattahoochee who rays her father I I

Band Instrumtnts 'to didn't the hat believe never in women registered voting Mrs. Bell 72 :I FLORIDA

and the acts proud of It w
and Accessories then there are plenty ot college Dies August 19 1

Horn Ph.: MA 7-6705 'trudentt who I thould know who have are regtitered.21 andover Funeral nervlret, were conducted You Just can't beat these Fall Food Values from
I can name quite a few Sobers for Mn. W a hell Rr..
Opta Man. Tnet. Wed. Frl.. who haven't registered, too. 72, of Chittthnnchee .' S o'clock
4 U t ,.... All Day IlL! Thank you to the nice couple Saturday afternoon In the Preihy
who recently moved here from terian Church of Chattahoochee
with the Rev. R. Moody Holmes
the Rev. M. A. Durant the Rev.
Don Padgett and the Rev JohnR. '
Martin IItrIM.t1nIf. Interment eJiteyJiiPcJ1eI
MADAM FAY, PALMIST followed In the M. Pleasant Cem

, etery.Mn.; Bell!, who WM been In
i ARlMr.rJI to read your ENTIRE un Plcfceni County, Ala. moved to
, past prevent and future. She asks no Oiattthoorr.ee 3( )'lNlrI.ra. She
questions, but DIIJ. TElL you what you was a member of the Presbyterian I
I want to know and liurch In Oiarmhonchee.' Mn.
Riving dates fact of
business, love, health and family attain Bell died Wednesday, August KI 1 t I t I / 1
fI Trill you whom you will MARRY and .I horse
when. If the one you love U In*. and what Survivors Include one ton, W. 0.
to do to be .........hII. Will unite the teptrtted Bell Jr., Martanna; one daughter
locate absent friends and relative, cause firs Sarah Frances HHrrtnon U S. GOOD BEEF STEAKS
lovcr'i happiness quarreli.between MAN and WIFE.: Make up Tucson Frank p Arti.t Samford one Sr.sister Blrmln Mn. Sugar Cured Hickory Smoked .

ham Ala. two heathen, J. C. I
Tells If tlckneM or bad lurk li natural enemies evil Influenceand Nolan Tampa and W. C Nolan
bad luck. Does not tell you to please you BIT will tell the Fort Myen; and five rtixlchll
truth One visit will repay you for disappointment in all othen. dren. c
I not only read your life like an open book but I alto help you out Serving tl active pallbearers PICNICS ROUND
of your troubles, Medium and divine healer were: Max Tonnage Wesley lb.
Rush Giles Tonle, Carl Ama
Corns and tee why you are to unhappy, why everything seems to go wrong, Brook Jones Addll Hill,
wrong. Why be tad and downhearted, elrk and worried when you Wilbur: Hill: and Clyde Miller.
can be helped and everything made clear by consulting THIS GIFTED Honorary pallbearen were: W.
ADVISER. J. Hu mph rey, George Gibson,
Junes, A. O. Duke and SIRLOIN
Casey
Everyone welcome NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house to memben nf the ChaltahochetUnnt C 7ge
house ctlli. She will prove that you can obtain your dashes.Everything and Rotary Cluhi. POUND
tiered and confidential. Madam fay It 'licensed by the The Oarh-Rntth-Margan Funeral
Stttc and County. Located permanently In her own home for many Home was In charge ot arrangrmenti. -
yean In Tallahanee, Fla, Highway 90 East 3 Mlles out on the .
Jacksonville Highway. Look for the Hand Sign. Open dally tram HALF 9
T t jn. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to ( p.m. The Theatre the John CLUB 73eFROSTYMORN

and Mutts Rlncllng :'b.wu.m of
MADAM FAY PALMIST Art in Sarasota will ,
rewfut season on August 29. Ret> WHOLE
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iJf" l"; \ 4, jnpfWYifyircintyifinfinnrnrWOMEN'S Ann Hicks, Sterling WUhoit Tillahassce !OXM Is visiting her mother Mrs S. C, have returned from a trip
,L : Mrs. Damyler Mcdazn, J. M. Barnes. to Marlneland, Daytona and Six

t.,.,). ma Jack Conrad: Sneads; Mrs Mack Smith of Portsmouth, Gun Territory.
ra' u" .'\ PAGE Mattie Carewlnt Bristol. Va. spent a week's leave with his\ Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. CEnUnger
I mother, Mrs.. Helen Smith. this -veekend were her
I BIRTHS: Mr.: and Mrs.. Harry Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Williams daughter, Mrs. Loraine Atkinson
Bassett, girl August II; Mr. and returned yesterday from a visit and two daughters, Linda and Lisa
Person having Items al social nature arc urged to call Mrs. George E. Ford, girl\ M In Atlanta and Greenville, S. C. ot Albany, Ga.
Mrs. May a Richardson at MAin 74503 nit, Mr. and Mrs. James H with relatives. Mrs. Frank Whittle spent the
boy, August 21; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wodverton and so weekend at her Panacea cottage.ATTENTION _

i uuwwaxMwoucwxouuLuncheon .. .._ ............ Mrs. Robert Butler, girl August Mark of Pone Vedra Beech will
--- --- 23; Mr. and Mrs Lewis W. Bran spend the her uncle

For son, girl, August 23; Mr. and I and aunt, Mr.nnd-r. tattler !
.I A'I' Mrs. Edward Rudd, boy August Richardson

.r.t" 24; Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel John Bates, Topper Hampton,
Quincy Visitor Rowan girl August 24; Mr. and Mark Bates, Greg Goodman left PARENTSSPECIAL
Mrs. Curtis Pugh, girl, August Saturday from Tallahassee by
Mrs. E, H. Rovton and daughter 20; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Sober plane to attend the Worlds Fairin
.- k Mrs C It. Shaw, Jr. entertained I girt, August 20; Mr. and Mrs New York. While away they CAB
with a luncheon Tuesdaynoon Larry Hicks, girl August 22; will visit many places of interest RATES for
at the Jefferson House In Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell R. Smith, Miss Susan Smith will I spend
honor of Mrs. Routon's daughter, girl August 22; Mr. and Irs. the weekend in Athens Tenn. with SCHOOL CHILDREN
Mrs. L. B. Fortiun of Marietta, Huey Rentz girl August 23 and her room mate at Birmingham By Week or Month
Ga.Mixed i- Mr. and Mrs Wayne Mcdamma Southern College Birmingham. Safe, Courteous Driver
summer flowers formed girl August 23.
Misses Mary Hall Gregory, Passengers Fully Insured
the centerpiece. Susan Middleton, Marguerite Su.
The hoitemes gave the honoreea f { .. Mrs. Robert Gardner her and Jane Curry have left for CALL
personal gift ai a memento of J' Hostess At Bridge Panama City where they are at.
this delightful party. tending Gulf Coast Junior College
Guests were 10 of Mrs. Fort- Mr. and Lewis Gregoryand CITY CAB
Mrs. Robert Gardner was hostess :
'
son s girlhood friends. to her bridge club Wednesday family I'IIM and Mrs WF .
X
h afternoon. Late summer flowers Bettis and family have returned 627-8141
were at Interest points. Pre- from a vacation at the beach FOR ESTIMATE
Supper Party Mr. and Mrs Joe Chesser and
ft ceding the game she served a NIT: PHONE KT-NTI
|dessert daughter Martha Joe and niece
For Bride-elect .t Mrs. Charles H. Gray was Ugh Miss Billy Anne Kelly, Camden

score winner on this occasion
.y r HIM Peggy Straughn, bride SEND THEM BACK TO SCHOOL WITH I
elect was the honoree at a delightful Monday Club Meets
supper party Thursday With Mrs. Barnett I THE FINEST CLEAN CLOTHES by MORROW'
night when Mrs. Alton Towles and
entertained at I
"""" -'-- Mrs. Fred Rowan .
Mrs. Edgar Barnett entertained -)
Miss Martha Ann" mp- the home of the former. Mixed t tsref. .
flowers with Bachelor t her Monday night bridge club
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walter Poiton of Gretna announce Buttons summer and dahlias predominating I Caladium leaves and snow on

the engagement of their daughter, Martha Ann, to Jerry from the garden of Mrs. Edwin the mountain formed an attractive
arrangement in the living room.
David Sykei, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie David Sykei, Shuler, were effectively house. arranged f/ Fruit and greenery were In the
olio of Gretna. The brlde-elect it a 1963 graduate of throughout the "' T V room.
Items for the kitchen were giv
Quincy High School and has recently completed a f'Ithe honoree as mementos of ;l Miss Inei Payne, a guest won
course In Cosmetology at Lively Technical School in this lovely t high score and was awarded a
Jrtli ,' desk calendar. Holder of second
: guests was the 1 1r
Tallahassee. The attended Among \
prospective bridegroom
:/ high, Mrs. C A. Spooner also a
schools in Quincy and Chattahoochee, has served a bride dents. mother, Mrs. C T. ., ;A I guest received a coin purse and
term In the United States Navy and is presently employedwith Straughn.VentryStephens '. --< cosmetic kit combination.At .
.. Patty Hill conclusion of three progres-]
the City of Chattahoochee. Plans for a home wed.
storm the hostess served chicken
ding in November are being made. Mr. and Mrs. Harris H. Hill of Quincy announce the en salad crackers and brownies

Wedding SetThe gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, with punch. Cold drinks and nuts
;Buffet SupperAt pink rows and geraniums were in Patty, to Kenny Allen, ton of Viz. and Mrs. Freeman T. were served during the game
the dining room. Flowers In fall Guests playing with the club
Allen of
shades, yellow bronze, gold and marriage of Miss Christine Chattahoochee. Miss Hill is a 1964 graduate of were Mrs. James B. Ball and
Laslie Homo brown were effectively arranged Ventry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy High School and 1* employed by Rainy Caw. Mrs. LanIer Richardson
In brain containers In the living Grady Ventry of 011 pIe). andJackson thon's in Tallahassee. Mr. Allen has and will be attend.

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lull entertained room. L. Stephens Jr. son of lag Chipola Junior College and is a graduate of Chatta
and Mrs. J. L. Stephens Sr
Mr.
the 30
with a buffet Among guests enjoyingthe
supper of Montlcello, will take place at hooch. High School He is employed by the Florida
Saturday night. at their home on supper were Mr. and Mrs B. perJonaMr.
8 o'clock Friday evening In the State Hospital and WSBP Radio Station in Chattahoochee. C
Ehelfer Street Arrangements! t ....of Stone CMrlan, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. l le
William Powell, Thomaivtlle and Havana Baptist Church. The Rev. The wedding will be at 7 o'clock Saturday C
Mrs. Kathleen Chlldi, Panacea. W. R. Ostean will officiate. October 24 in the Church of evening Friends and Mrs. Don May and
Several kinds ot dips and crackers Miss Ventry a graduate of and relatives of the coupe Quincy. family will return this weekend
olives, ham, baked chicken, Greeniboro High School attended are Invited to attend. Photo from Emerald Crest where they
asparagus tips, rolls, pickles, Chlpola Junior College ands 'by Marttn'B Studio. spent two weeks. They were joined .
sire cake, coffee and tea were served now employed In the State Comp by visitors from time to torn
troller's office In Tallahassee. I thentic-eoundlng tale about the I while on vacation.
I Mr. Stephens who attended Chl I kettle's Initial use. Hospital Report Dr. Mary Sue Barnes of Denton,

Mrs. Joseph Suber Jr. poll Junior College is presently Brass cuspidors are fine for

Is Hostess At Bridge I, enrolled In Lively Technical I mall plants. An old wooden well Admissions: August I It0 Au.
School In Tallahassee. I bucket with a rotting rope still gust 24Harry Anderson, Mrs. Insurance Center
All fril'ndllnd relatives are Invited I tied to the ba\111 another Annette Ford, Raymond
Mrs. Joseph Sober, Jr suggestion. \ Gay
was
hostess to her Wednesday afternoon to the ceremony and reception I Mlllard C. Harrison, Mrs. Sandra 1121 West Jefferson
following In the church social
bridge club Dahlias and A bread tray out of which Sober, Barbara towns McMil
hall.
other seasonal flowers were artistically I tons ot biscuit were made lan, Mrs. Molll Luten, Mrs. Joan PATTHOMAS e t s
will make ideal C. Smith, Miss Carolyn Johnson,
arranged in the living an flower container
and dining rooms. Tuesday Supper : if you can locate one The Mrs. Dorothy Jean Medley Mrs.
Mrs. Henry Faulk won high same is true for a well worn Thurjby Ann Rudd, Mrs. Mary INSURANCE, INC. e r r t e e
score and Mrs. P. C Davis, a For Bride-elect crock-type churn or a glant-.lze Jane Allen Mrs. Pamela Suber,
guest, held low. :syrup kettle. Mrs Barbara Ann Samson, Mrs .
At conclusion of the the Ethel Gray, Mrs. Carolyn Rudd,
game
The modem type home can select
Bride elect, Mln Peggy Mrs. Mattie Arnold Mrs
Virginia
hostess served
an attractive par.ty Straughn, was the guest of honorat 1 from an assortment of metal, Rowan, all of Quincy. .
lwe plate. ,
aht I !plastic and wooden containers at Mrs.
e a a hamburger supper Tuesday Doris Bassctt Gretna;
Luncheon Given For evening, given by Miss SusannWoodbery the local garden supply lIore.Rrpl'dlell Mrs. Virginia Godwin, C W. Butler .
Get Your Vitamins Her. Miss Suite McMillan, of the container It. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Dan.
Bridge Club MembersMrs. Miss Site Anne Owens and Miss must come up0 certain standard iels Greensboro; Mrs. Mary One Stop Means DRIVEJ"
Judy Peacock. to keep the plants happy. Poythres Mrs. Susie Colson Mrs.
Louis May, Jr. entertainedher Twenty-eight friends enjoyedthis These standards \Include: Betty Rente Mrs. Anne Butler, Complete Service Borrow LCeanepj
F. P. May bridge club with a delightful delightful occasion. It must hold enough. soil for Chattanoocbee; J. L. Maxwell, IN
lunrheon at the Jefferson, Hcalesses gave the bride-elect the size of the plant.It Ronald R. Canal, Havana; Mrs. DIAL 627.7151 CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD
must have good drainage STREETS
House Wednesday. Mixed mimmeiflowers broom and which so Hot
a a mop were Joyce Pugh, ford; Mrs. Lena .
Drug Co. were on the table and I cleverly decorated, affording much the plant won't. "drown" during a Estelle Strickland Climax, Ga.| QUINCY OUINCY. FLORIDA el
at other points of Interest. amusementGARDENING rainy spell.It I Mrs Anita Carmen Smith, Mrs
Phon 627.7601 Following lunch bridge was en- should have a wide base so -- .- -- ._ -- -
Quincy Flo. Joyed. Mrs. Max Fletcher was that It won't tip over In the wind.I
The container must resist rustor
high score winner on this occa
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sion.
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By Florida Hervey Sharp Arrtctftoral Editor gets metal A very large container hot in interesting the because sun. shaped metal gtmr/ Irtd It tM IJ RJ

1':1..11II Snvloe boulder that Is a cast-oft of a
road building project can be made
A patio serves many useful purposes. L
NELSON.BATTLESPIANOS the center ot attraction In the
center ot a patio. Some "rocks"
It can be a status symbol you
can afford a pool. A place to bum that were part of a cavern are <
Ideal became they have built.In BUSTER 0&r BROWNS.
better steaks than your neighbors
containers for plants and makean
ORGANS and a place to seat un
Ideal way to display a cactuscollf'f'tlon.
wanted guests so that the mflloqultOi .
will drive them home early.Or .
other
There hundreds of !
Largest Sthction in Art take, a patio la an excellent placeto Items that are will give\ your patio Shoes like these get children off lo I good start...beautifully styled and built to take s Leap

When up the summer temperature gardening.rises, relax of eye ImagI appeal.atim.All It But takes be Is careful a bit of punishment!And, at always our trained fitting specialist auure your dodd of s perfect fit

:- on the shady ride of the patio.A .
ot work
not to dl'l'Mup hours ,
Rafnlrrlda5. Ct. 14J-U8S hammock essential for this because that will defeat the purpose
activity because most gardenersdo of patio gardening.A .
their best planning when reclining

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::. little confidence In a personcan
If conscience finch
your you
rtanos hard pressed for thinking mater.lal __often_produce: _great results.

CABLE then write your county agent
BALDWINOrgans I for several publications on
amentals. This requires little 01'11-1 RUSTOLEUMSTOPS
fort, as the mailman may '
the pamphlets the patio while

making lot. a shortcut across your I

We, al Nebon.Bsltlee, are wry sorted for two reannm, annul If a situation become acute and I RUST
requires work, then perform the
your pnrrJiaiilng a piano;;,, The lint Is thai we know the Ml chore on the windward side of an | $7.99
electric blowing acrossa
and toll MtlifoHInn a piano ran bring to the home. Remind, cake rl-t'l Available In
Some gardeners are not adept :
Is that we buoome excited' when
very we have the opportunityto
at loafing So when every means 1
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trip people like yountU In the purchana of a pI_ of procrastination falls I then think All Colors
of methods of brightening up the '
natlo. On suggestion II0 try AVAILABLE IN
flowers In portable pots. '
Colorful flowers suggested for ALL SIZE CANS \
then people' start to buy a plane, 0117 are faced' with many the outdoor living room Include AND II1htt

cockscomb, geraniums, petunias
problems they have not fared before. This Is became Mart marigolds and bachelor buttons. SPRAY CANSGuarant..d i

people only buy one piano during their Ufettmo Thew ..- Later" this fall you can get In the to
gridiron mood with chrycanthe-
HOBS ari What brand ol plane should purchase, what price mums. STOP RUSTI
What to plant Isn't Important.
::: range should really eon.kVr how do I kmiw that his plane The main goal It0 outdo the
In selecting unique containers LARSENLUMBER
neighbors
: h the one that will bent mil my nmb, and U so, _lei I find for the fIIWtI.

another piano mat will do just as good for IMO money. The themes with Early American I CO.
: motif ran follow the same deco
Uct that you wlU only buy one piano during your nfoUmemakro In the patio. This gives a wide
ot container*. A Phone 627-7278 .,
hew questions eves more Imports logged Iron kettle with tt th..1 Mainline Drlr Jr t 0v
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OOtNTY'R31F3: QUTN'CY.. FLOKIDA. THURSDAY AUGUST V. ID8, JACK Sit IItl
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RECREATION Boys 1&. U and 17- Gong
Goodman 20 Jim Bowman I.
rd Wayne Butlnun I
NEWS Girl 8 and ,umlrr Jan Freeman WALL'S SUPERMARKET
20; LInda Freeman 18.
: Girls 9 and 10- Linden Dod- KING COLE I!
By Den James Porter ion 38;M Jane Gardner 32; Ann

FOt'RTB ANNUAL QUXCV Girls 11 and 12- Cathy Cay ...
INVITATIONAL SWIM MEET 40, Nan Goodman 38, Debby

r C poniored by the Rotary Gardner Gull 13 28.and 14 Barbara Ma-
dub and Qty Recreation Department halley 38. Christine Brows 32, 77 I 11rni! ?
Lasted her ire first, ec-- S irah lhll: 22 SALE
ond and third place winner j Ibis 1014 TRn MNGI.E8 I
Boys eight and under 25 yard AND TENNis rot 1t'IEY
freestyle: Tom Cumbie, 21.8., I Results or Tf'nIlnall'l! and A WEEK!
P N7S
Klrhy Rogers Tim Higgin Doubles tmimament for boys, atelin _
lilrl Eight and Undt'r25 throtuth 14 held on Monday "
yard freestyle: Jan freeman AiiRMrt 24 The tournament terminated ,
29 5., Linda Freeman. three "'!'t'kli lennli / .. '
Boys 8 and 1050 yard free- motion We Feature Frosty Morn Meals
Kyle: David Gay 38.Sk, Pat Iflg- Singles: First through troth
gins, Mike Higgini. place hbhon winners wen Arthur :
Girls 8 and 10- 50 yard freeityle Final i champion i Allen Woodward A PRODUCT oi YOUR HOME COUNTY
Linden Dodton 47i, Jane l>nncii M c alt. George ( \
I Gardner, Sarah cha\v. Powell Lam MahaHey and Bill '
Boy 11 and 12: 50 yard James. I
" backstroke: Tim Higgins aUI., ,w Dnublei: Flat through Fourth .
Donnie Sloat Mitch Drew. place ribbon sinners Allen Wood : U.S.D.A. GOOD BEEF
Girl 11 and 12- 50 yard ward and George Powell (Champloni -
freestyle: Nan Goodman 47.5. ), Arthur Pixel and Frandi I
Debby<< Gardner and Diane Brown. Mrdill. Bill James and Mar II
RIB CLUB
Boy 3 and 14- 50 yard free- nil I IGIRLS
style: Allen Woodward 32.7, 10.14 TENMS SINGLES
jGeorse. Powell Ed Spooner. AM POt Bl.EH TX>1'RMEY I
Girl 13 and 1450 yard tree A tingles and doubles terms "
style: Juanlta Millard 492., tourney will be held for girls 10-14 STEAK Ibs 77cFRESH
CJiciitine Brown, Cindy Mather this Saturday, 9:13: a.m. tt Curry I
Boys 15, 18 and 1750 lard Field Termed aorta The tournament !
t freestyle: Greg Goodman, 2 will conclude three week I
Jim Bowman. o( tennis Inatrurtlon for approximately LEAN GROUNDBEEF
Boy 8 and 28 girls. Ribbon will beawarded
backstroke: Tim nam:031:*., hip iii winners: In both
Max Fletriier, Charles Turner tingle and doublet.
Girl eight and under: 50 yard MIINlET FOOTBALL I
backstroke: Jan Freeman 40 4.M Mill Sarah Ann eft. HusseyMr REtJyTRATIONRcghstntlut: 21bs.77c
Linda Freeman. for ths> coming aD 1 ,
Boy 9 and 10- 50 yard backstroke Robert Husssy of Marianna announces the approaching Midget Football Program will car
: David Gay 58i, Pat llig- tkiu to be 0j1t'ItIroIIJtb Thurs.day I
gin*, Mike Hipgins. marriage of her daughter, Sarah Annette, to Stephen September" 10, the second ,
Girls 9 and 10: 50 yard back Drake Flournoy, son ol Mr, and Mr*. M. C. Flournoy of Thursday after school starts and I FRESH PORK NECKBONES:
stroke Linden Dortson (28., Quincy. The bride'* father wa the late Mr. Robert Hue date set for mlrtgrt I grldder try-'
Ann Porter, Sarah Shaw. ley of Marianna. The brldrelect U a graduate of Mori- outs.
Boy 11 and 12- 100 yard Registration aids win be available I'
anna High School and Chlpola Junior College. The prospective and Rer- Slb.s 77c
free style1: Lane Mahaffey 1mIS only tt May Drugs
*., Donnle Sloat. Jack Fletch- bridegroom U a graduate of Quincy High School. nation Department at Qty liall.I
Chlpola Junior College and Is presently a senior at All youngsters will be eligible
'Cr.Girls 11 and 12100: yardfreestyle Florida State University. The wedding will take placeon for the program who In. tonmore
: Kathy Gay 1m, 42.6., than 130 pounds weight, FRESH PIG
30 at 3:30 at Marvin Free Will
August Chapel
p.m. ,
Nan Goodman, Drhurah Gardner and are least 10 years of age
Baptist Church. All friends and relatives of the couple are 13 of
Boy 13 and 14- 100 yard and not more than years
invited to attend the wedding and the reception at the age, ai of January 1, IMS.
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Surber immediately follow. Midget players that were on TAILSFRESH 4" 77

SEPTIC TANK big-the wedding ceremony-- teams to register last\ year again an this also season.required c
SERVICEVACUUM I MIDGET FOOTBALL
freestyle: Allen Woodward 1m., Higgins, Tom Woodward. COACHES MEETING
'
243*., George Powell, Ed Spoor Girl 0 and 10- 23 yard 'l'ht'rtIU bt t midget football PORKFEET .
er breaststroke: Jane Gardner 3USt. coaches pro-plaming meeting -
Boy IS, 16 and 17- 100 yard ., Terry Rogers. second floor, Qty Hall on Tuesday
freestyle: Greg Goodman 1m, Boys 11 and 1380 yard butterfly September 1. All plan and .
157., Wayne Buttram. : Donnl Boat lm.30 detail for the coming 64 toasun Slb.s-77c
under 25 yard Girls I 11 and 12- 60 yard butterfly will be dimmed and worked out
b.r..rkn"; Tim Higgins 14 4*., : Cathy Gay 1m4 9s. st mil time. Tim for the meetIng -
Billy Dodaon Branch Mahatfry. U T.30 p.m.
Boys 13 and 1*- 100 yard
Boys 8 and 10: 25 yard butterfly butterfly: George Powell 2m. :27i. BRAND SMOKED SLICED- (Ends & Places)
23.Si.,
: Mike Higgins Girls 13 and 14100 yard butterfly Mrs. Colson, 86
CLEANED id Gay Pat Higgin DRv'l Barbara Mahatfcy 3m. I
Girls 9 and 10: 25 yard 24 : CbrlitiiM Brown, Sarah Succumbs HereMrs. I
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REPAIRED '
fly: Linden Bodices 29Si, Sloat FRANKS 77c BACON5a77cHOLIDAY
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Porter, Sarah Shaw.
t and 10100 \Individual
yards Chat'
Bars .
On:'. 11 and 1250 yard! harkitroke Suil CoU-w.: 66. of
I I 627-8403<< f : James MIllard 38.Hi., Medley: Pat Higgins 1m. taboo ttce died at 7.30; Sunday
Lane Mahsfley Fletcher ,684.*. David Gay, Mike Hip morning In the Gadidcn County
'dal'
gin* 1IlIpltal. ,
Night 627-6868 itroke Girls: 11 Kathy and Gay: rs.., back-Nanijonuman Ctrl I and 10100 yard Individual Born In Gadwlen Oounry, Mr ROBIN HOOD DUKE'SFLOUR
Deborah Gardner. medley: Jan Gardner Colmn moved to Onirtahnnrhi*
QUINCYVAULT Boy 13 and 14100 yard'2ml73i, Linden Dortion Ann In 1808. SIM was a member" of
backstroke: Allen Woodward 1m., Porter. the Methodlit Burch In Charlahonchee -
I Boys 11 and 1250 yard .
CO. ,11 8a. I
GIn a 13 and 14100 yard breaittjitroke1: Jack Hotelier 1m. Funeral lervlcei were conducted .
i I. VAULTS MONUMENTS bacfcatrnk. Barbara Mahatley, 10-Si., James Milford. at 3 30 Monday aftemom
t, 2m.l49i., QirlxOn Brown, Sarah Girls 11 ..nd2- 50 yards. In the Chattnhoorhe* MethndlitOiurch MAYONNAISEy i
MAINLINE DRIVE Sloat. breaststroke: Nan Goodman 1mSi. with th* Rev. Donald F.
QUINCY | Boyi 9 ant 10- 2Syard brrmrt ., Deborah Gardner, Cheryl Padgett officiating. Interment
.itroke: Pat Higgins J7.li, Mike Wsiah. was In the Sycamore Cannery I
Boys 13 and 14100 yard with the Clark-'ImJlb.Mof'Jr1lll Funeral 10 Lb. 99C
breaititrok: Ed Spanner 2m.1.7 Home In charge of arrangeI I IYNAf
Bag Jar .
0George' Powell Allen Wood- menli.Survtvnn. ._
Include one ulster,
HENDRIX KINDERGARTENNOW "cU 13 and 14- 100 yard Mn. Elm Wesley Owltahoo-
breaststroke: Barbara Mahaffey knee; t halfiliter, Mm. MabelWhile
2m 231., Juanita Mllford Gladys Qulncy; two nlerr, M....
Mathers. Jewel Chnhlr*, Grand '
ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT Boys 11 and 12- 100.., yarrh: Bahamas, and Mn.Fraeport Ruby Pope SHOWBOATwith Tomato Sauce and Choose
Lane Mahaffry 2m.t8 Havana; four nephew, Areab1Itawkina
Girls 11 and 12100 yards: Greensboro Btrm White,
Nursery Department Kathy Gay 2m,6 3 .. Ttfton, Ga, BenJI Wesley, Svra-
Girls 13 and 14100 yard In- more and Harold Wesley, New SPAGHETTI 10 $1.00
dlvtdial medley Chrlitln Brown Orleans La., and several great
4 and 5 Year Old Kindergarten 2m 18 5.. Barbara Mahaff y, meow, great nephews and other
.
Trophy Winner 2 sad 3 KnrraiM
relatives.
I
I -- Kay 4tif and anrtrrt
315 W. Street Tim Higgins 28; Billy DudMm 19; Want tn sell some quail? Th:
Washington
Tom Cumbie 10. Florida\ Game and Fresh WaterFish FROSTY MORN PURE
Boy 9 and 10- David Gay it; Cnmmliilfln says "*II''t" un-
Phone MAin 7-6949 'Pat Iflggtns 34; Mike Higgins 30. tees you'i t Uomsed game I
Jtoyi 11 and 12- James MilfnH breeder and the birds wen peer FAD
32 Dnnnl Bloat 30 Lam I
; ; lined on your game farm. LARD4Large
Miss Hendrix Director MahaUey 30. 1
Marguerite 11..1
Boyi' 13 aril 14- Allen Woodward AH game and fresh water
36; George Powell 34; Ed plnxt by wildlife offlirn In mv

.Spmner! 22.: ,, II'I'IIIlh VtnlaUiini thl
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l'game laws ace given to nmpimu
or other charitable hwtltulkmiupril
eonvictka of the violator $100
No. 10 79

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I the first source to which I turned night experience from !lest determined ot the Florida association will Social more information on this subject Former Resident
,i YOUTH ASKS when little financial help for a citizens." Too Late head the national atsodattan next I Security [Is available at the Tallahassee

child WM the Immediate need, andI These, Our Chlldrea year. Social Security Office. Dies Thursday
To a faith end a Challtna mutt say that their record was Arthur G. Dealer, director, Flor- To Mn. Dorothy Smith, administrative I Information '. A from this of-
Known Limits 100 percent both In the affirmative Classify representative
pliDitloni George A. (Buck Guthrle, 61,
Ida Division of Child director of Die Jacksonville Most people know social security
Good ExampUs and Good EK- respond and In the speed Training Arcs will be at the Courthouse In of Mact a., formerly of Quincy,
aDd Consistency And with which they responded. (How: Schools, himself t Klwanlan, tolls By BuMefl Kay and Blood Bank for U yean, payments are not made to a ,QuIncy every Monday ot each died last Thursday, August :20 in
founding
I I. the ? "He twice me that there have been tome a member of Die worker at retirement age unless '
To B Heard quota give Humid to the leadership, dedication association, is month tram 1.90: to 12:00: the J. Hillli Miller Medical Center,
Dorothy B. AI.x.ndtt, who gives quickly," I think! it 1*. outstanding result over the years and hard work ot t group chairman ot themeeting's :Ms yearly earnings are limited am. Gainesville, after I long Illness
By Publications Specialist. It I I. apt.) However the Marlanna' from this program in different of Florida men and women, this Includes administrative program I There is no requirement however noon to assist persons In filing A native of Rocktneham, N. c.,
Florida Division of Plan Is not a "money" plan. part of the State at dltferenttimes. state can take pride in the progress which papers by Mn. that income other than earnings a claim or wanting other information Mr. Guthrie moved to QuIncy in
Child Training School Personal Service I A* the Manual lays, all that has been made in the Mary Rank of Orlando, Mm. \ be limited. For this reason concerning social security 1030 and lived in other sectionsof
depends upon the qualities of the Jayne Myers of Bradenton, W. E. it is very important that work matters.
The main Idea of the Marianna development of our blood bank Florida until his death. He
originated ; man chosen by hit club to be Scheu of Jacksonville, George E. know just what Income Is
Plan was ers
The Marlanna Plan 1 II the rendering of program was an Elder for many yean In
personal Wilson of Miami and E.
the Kl- Qwanl Plan Chairman and in Tills splendid U wholly George counted as earning and what is Church.
by program the Alachua Presbyterian
and developed! service' Klwanlan I Nicholson ot Pena coJa. I George S. Davis
wants dub of Marlanna! Florida his whole rub& behind m.wI In the way hit club backs him up voluntary and Its success dependsirimartly net, Walter Kehoe, district manager ( Funeral services for Mr. Guthrie
to help the boys released from helping In every possible way a Klwanli realized long ago that on public understanding I They are telling their colleaguesfrom for social security in Tallahassee On C. G. Cutter were conducted at 10 o'clock Saturday
the Florida School for Boys In boy who return from one of the these, the wayward and neglected, md support Just as money if thelife other states how several said today morning In the Alachua
their adjustment in their respective schools, to the end that he may these are truly OUR CHILDREN. stream! of the commercial :Florida blood banks recently cooperated It earnings from wages or self- Presbyterian Church. Interment
communities. It was adopted become a useful dtizen. The banks, so blood U the ilfestream in a successful Civil De- employment Income are not more I USOGC Nemlsls George S. followed in the Alachua Cemetery.
Florida-wide and many of Flor plan I II not one the entire club Reminded Of or the blood bank and success o( fense drill 1 to provide the blood I than $1200 for the year, the worker ,Davis, radarman third class, Survivors Include hli widow,
ida's Kiwanls Clubs have helped may actually participate in but the program depends on the number needs of 20,715, theoretically Injured will let all ot his benefit,USCG son of Mr. and Mrs Phillip the former Kathryn Humphreyof
boy or boys, through their representative only thOM members who are of donors I. and also the day-to-day checks for the year. If earningsare C. Davis of 338 North Eighth St., Gretna: three brothers and
a :
*, to retain the gains qualified and who will give! their New ProvisionsIn The average citizen, busy with'methods and appeals used by between $1200 and $1700. $1 QuIncy, recently returned" to St.Petersburg three sister
his attain, U more or less Florida blood banks to gain and In benefit is withheld aboard the CoastGuard
made at the training schools. Unit and effort to assist these own payments FOOT GERM
International hat won youngster An entire club may. [ Labor Act apathetic to tha Importance ot thevital maintain the. support of their for each $2 of earnings over $1200 Cutter Nemesis upon completion ATHLETE'S HOW TO KILL IT.
Kiwanis in Its work with underprivileged participate In giving encouragement service of his local blood communities.While and up to $1700; $1 in benefit ot a routine pauxl in the IV t DA"S It ..t .!..... with
recognition children, for Its by Inviting t boy to attenda Employers In this area were bank until an emergency arises our state blood bank program payments withheld for each waters north ot Cuba. dime T-4-L H..... veer 4$.
Juvenile delinquency meeting every now and then but reminded today of provislont of where he or member ot his Is well organized and $1 ot earnings over $1700 Ke During the patrol Nemesis assisted here .t ...r. ..n.......<.... "'.',,,
work In and preventing is sedating childrenIn the actual work U an Individual I the Fair Labor Standard Act family, through illness or injury manned the demands on them hoe said that In figuring total 17 Cuban refugees fleeing 155.05e4 skis*! r.!..l.r. II..If.N.Wllrkknltkr ....
loweconomic brackett matter." It cannot be assumedeffectively effective September Srd this must call for aid that oftentimes are increasing because ot more yearly earnings, all wages earned Communist Cuba. Itch sad k.ml..l I'.. ........liMMklBir
the counselor In a Juvenile : by a cattered" relationship. I)'ear. The reminder came from 1a a matter ot life or death.It open-heart and other complicated as an employees and all earnings Nemesis is responsible for T-4-L. .FOOT.. POW.I,_KHIM
When courtthe Klwanli dub wal Jack C Later field ofllce supervisor ll those who have had such surgical operations plus more from self*employment are search and rescue and federal law ... .tr free rlltt I T w U IT t">feet skis f See t
...,---- ProMpnn Many of the ii S. Labor Department's an experience that become active' and more serious automobile accidents counted. These earnings must be enforcement' In the St. Petersburgarea. ....rt... KOW itF.
Quoting from the MariannA Plan Wage and Hour and Pub- nnors and urge others to aid and an depleting" the supply. Included even it they are not covred p MAY DRUG CO.
Manual put out by the Florida lic Contract Divisions, the agency support the effort. I A recent survey shows that hv social security. For employees - -
ELECTRICAL'SERVICE Kiwanis: "Within the home community which administer the law con- But why wait until misfortune only three percent ot the peoplephysically the total wages not lust TIME TO WE HAVE / I
the problems he will face laming minimum wage, maximum strikes. If you are between the able to donate do so. the take-home pay) are counted. I "
a* a general rule are of such magnitude hour and overtime pay, child la ages of 21 and 80 and In good The problem is to motivate the Any bonuses, commissions, fees, Demos PaintsPlumblnt
that even an adult would bor and equal pay provisions.\ health! you can help now by making other 97 percent and that is where vacation pay, etc., are also count Line .
find it difficult\ to overcome Loses said that a* of September t blood donation to your nearest you can help by donating yourself I Complete of
ttwmt"' I have seen some sub- 3rd, employee whose work blood bank or collection cen and urging friends" and relatives ed.For a self-employed person, the I BuildIng Materials
Anything from wiring Jetted to ordeals I am sure I wa* brought under the Act' coverage ter. It takes but t few minutes' to do so. Your local hospital net profit from his business iscounted. .I Alcoa Alnmlnnm Roofing
a house to replac- would not have been able to en- by the 1861 amendment time and may save a life. or doctor will be glad to tell Kehoe emphasized that GslTaniied Rooting ft Skiing
dure. The chief qualifications for are entitled to I minimum wage The program of the annual you where" such a donation can be Investment Income such as dividends Housewares ft Gift
ing a light bulb a Kiwanis (: and of fl.l an hour, instead of $1.00 meeting of the American Association made and explain the procedure Interest on savings, and Carey Asphalt roofing
again I quote rtha'r' should I an hour. The maximum workweek -I of Blood Banks, to be held to you. rentals does not count as earn Gold Bond Sheetrock
have the tort of personality that I alter which they must be In Washington, D. C, August 2528 Let's all help this worthy effort ings. Other! kinds of Income that REMODEL sod Gypsum Products
Ike Shepardat make him naturally liked by' paid at the rate of one and one' calls attention to Florida's: for the welfare of our community do not count as earnings are Sportlni I Goods k Firm Supplies
boyi. He should have understanding : halt time their regular rate ofay eadershlp in this vital J'IntI.' and our state. Do your partto company pensions or retirement BUILD Plus Hundreds of Other Items
of and sympathy! for the problems ) on September I, 1984, |* 42, Dr. Robert E. Klein, keep Florida's 44 blood banks payments, benefits from the Veterans BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
and difficulties !that confront hours a week, replacing the 44-, ville, young medical director of stocked with blood and reedy for Administration and similar\
a growing boy. He mUM hour workweek for these tame the Alachua General Hospital any emergency" in those troubled payments.A 11 NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCYFLETCHERCANTEY'S
SHELFER.BLlTCHFURNITURE be not only, willing but able to workers blood bank and a former president times. free_booklet which_gives_
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boy he sponsor In the readjustment covered by the Act prior to 1881
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1151.433 MAIn process He must aim continue to be subject to minimum
WlrohouM Pb. MAIn 7-1100 have the courage to continue hit wage of $\.25 an hour and overtime
effort in spite of 'small talk and pay after 40 hour week.
disparaging _statements_that he Them standards will apply to all
covered worker beginning Sop- 9(
tomboy 3, 1969.
Low also reminded employer 1f1f
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and worker of another provision
of the law which became effective -
last June. The Equal Pay I
I Act of 1063, which amended the flJ
fair Labor Standard Act, proilblt -
wage discrimination on the 1f
bad of sex. It applies to em-
players and employees who art x ne7aK.rr
subject to the minimum wage

Standard provisions Adf. the Fair Labor 9 r rf

Additional Information on the I *
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Act or the equal pay provisions 1 li
available from the U. 8. Labor

PACKAGE PQLICIE.5 Public Department's Contract Wage Division and Hour Th and: THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 28, 29

nearest office located at Room I
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CELEBRATES ITS75TH


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DEDICATION CEREMONIESTODAY


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.,11"... ORIGINAL CAPITAL. .$60,000 .
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$14,000,000


FAVORS AND GIFTS FOR EVERYONEBALLOONS

FOR THE KIDS DOOR PRIZES
''''' .. 2-$75. SAVINGS BONDS
I KEY RINGS AND LITTER BAGS wd:
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FOR OUR CUSTOMERS'!, 'CJ ':' 2-$25. SAVINGS BONDS


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THE UNVEILING OF OUR HISTORICAL PLAQUE


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and we ask for help without really expecting an answer. But we're wrong. Even that Th Church It ths greatest
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"'\ft( Something outside ourselves for guidance. dtiMiuhip It i i. a storehouse .
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ask Him to intervene, our lives are filled with new hope and inspiration.I democracy survive.nor There civilizationcan are four

He does not ask us to worry about the future. In fact, He doesn't! intend us to sound person.reasons attend why services every

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forget God' help. Perfect trust. serene peace of mind these are your birth(4))For the sake of the church
right. And your Church will teach you to attain them. lUelf, which needs hi. moral :
and material support Planto
go to church regularly
Copyright 1964, K.uUr Advirtuini Smrlo, Inc.,Stmburf.V.. and read your Bible daily.
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Hydro Gas Company Mary-Booney Inc. Frosty Mom Meats Quincy Motor Lodge
.I Qulncj. 1... "ifco. for Teens Afce Adrlia AidenoBSyW
Shell Service OH! Company

Bell & Bates Hardware Company
Darby Construction Company
Subw & Johnson Company
Fin. Foods
W, rcnnrad that ?.. silted Ike Qulncy Feed Mills, lag
church .f ,..r .k ke a..d.,. r-I-M Feed
Inmcm-Johnson Motor Co. Inc.
Western Auto Associate Store Quincy Lumber Company
Sill and FraoeN Swrs American Fence Industries
First Federal Sayings and Loan The Jeiierson HouseChandler's Bolt rirkaBentley
AtM.UUea *t Qi Butler-Morgan Funeral Home Southern Chemical

Silre ..ntH, 1_ Hamburgers Electric Company
Coca-Cola Bottling Company,
Munford Do.It-Yours.li Store

Jo. Wedeles. Inc. Danley Furniture Company
Harbin-WolL Inc. Saidsr-Wills. Inc.
.tads aid All F...... IBMMM Crouch's Rexall Druos" w.,.. I.nn. sad 1.-


Stewart-Young Qulncy Home & Auto Store Casey's IGA Foodllner Griffin Mr. sad Furniture..... B. A.Company CrifTtaWhite's Fletch.r-Wlllts Lumber Co.
June and KithlMt SUvirlFletcherContey W. F. let tit G--..
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Lumber der Ie.... aid Wfnhl SwTtrt
Larsen Company
Men's Wear each .....,
Chester's Country Hams SausageMMdraw GroceryMock's
and L** a Ckeiter

Watson Gulf Service Quincy TIr. & Recapping Co. Shepord's Mill
Mr. aid ...... J. W. WIUMJ. & Radio & T.V. Sendee -TW HWM .4 WiWr CrmiBd C. MH
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


DOG I Our Florida avocado producer
will b* Intereited In a new development itppean to b* mighty attractive.
I I noted recently in the Sjnd the untructor: 'Tarrtera'
new* arc to rare that horsemen fight
I A trig California cooperative report for our amice"
It has auccecdrd In quick-
PAYS treeing avocado without des Our Ocala National Font In
I itroylng flavor and texture Florida la rated among the 10
U It turns out to be commercially mo t pnpular for outdoor rccr>
feailble, the new pro-eat, re- the administered
I Milting tram toa year'a; research, slimmeamong, Department o( Afrlailtum
might prove he a itablUting Ins Foreit Service In at
flume and a boon to the Indut- states and Puerto RI<'Oo
try, especially In periods of heavy But even with all the outdoor I
production.
recreation fncilltlei w* have .
Employing: liquid nit.hi.. day under both Federal' and *Ut*,
new method can drop a procentngtemperature admMitration. It looks like w.i
far, far below sera'hall need a great deal more how
It wa a "quick aWp-rreeaa" of for too many yean have paaaed.
this kind that enabled resear hen It la estimated our nationalforettt
to com up with a method for' alone will record sane
meting rip tomaton without! I 131 mtlllon visits this ,..... The
having them turn to mush after'a Jump ol 11 million, or nearly 20
they wr thawed. I per cent In only two yean.Already .
Sicwarl- / ; Perhaps *\en a banana could the pressure of In-
/jollllf :ba aucmafully froien by using creasing number of camper !la
} liquid Nttwe rn. Until the newest -' reported to b* straining facillrlr
I deep-freet* I Idea wa tried, avallahl In aom part of the
I both lomitoei and avocado had country' In Met, I noted on* pr*>
defied effort to preaerv them :diction recently that before twig
luccviifully by freeilng. It may he necruary to make f'No
Webster defines dog days: A sultry part of the summer supposed to occur about the time of the heliacal rising oi one oi the ervatinn ant or two yean In advance
Dog Stars. I From nowon yoo'UIWd a cry for accommodation or
sill ball It yW want to learn what spare In am of our big national
la the nation i home population. parka.i.oot.
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For th* tint Urn in hutory,
Und 9am'i official farm reniui,
to b* taken later this year, will MILES TO rnortMB
Som. folks think oi a dog as belnq an animal.. not auk about the number of Mrs ,
I I laid
London -Angela Tlmvnrth
ass and mule I used In firming
At on Urn an estimated 23 yea when her Canadian boyfriend 1
BUT million hnraea and mules wer In flew t,000 mile to auk her
ua. on American farm, tn say to marry him. Cary Powell, 22.
ell In Inv with Angela while h*
nothing ot the numhrr on the' .
atreeti ot every city and viII.... In wal atatloned with th* Canadianarmy
the n thw. But horses and mule\ at Calgary. Horn time
JAMES STEWART AT STEWART YOUNG'SDefines 4 on the farm hav been replaced later Angela left Canada and
i by some 4 T million tractor. 2.5mlllhw went to London to live with 1ft.
truck and I6 mllllm automobile aunt
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The hardest Job w* know to
American limn Tnntl-
a Dog: Anything that has been on his display floor for 6 I lute Th note that the I IAIII eurn previmi trying to b* Impartial. _,
farm tennis, 11I a a1Ilt.* farmcnranimpllon
months Below are pictures of dogs now on his floor of petroleum product
I at ... BILLION gallon HILLDRIVEIN

Almost Mil dlMppearanc otth
hora from th* American
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scene hi* been arcnmpKnled by
many other caiualtlea n( progrea .
In bualneia, manufacturing
and human aklll
Tak the Mackamlth. You'll COMING
FRIGIDAI
travel pretty far to find more
than two or three who have managed
1Il1I'Mw. to keep ..lIn, Summer Magic
with the airm *anviL Theyar
r-nhlt:
: well lloig year. When
they are gnn. thrra'U be nan
to nicceed them.
The
1 FREEZER W* have mechanic, now: but UglyAmerican
non the otd-tlm blacksmith will
2 DRYERS 8 AIR CONDITIONERS ba ai .entire a* !hit* dnto birdNeverthelen .
the fet-eiK
3 REFRIGERATORS I growth
of Intern In riding and an In-
I creiM In nurhhen" of hone wed
I fnr rerreatlon, has ruined on*
NEW FRIGIDAIRE art ot th* imlthy'i trad< that SUNDAY
'X horaeihoelng to mirvlv* In
the permn ot a new breed, lb.farrier .
IMPERIALIllurml'f'flfJIflfrlfr" All The Way
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Peeper car and shoring of a
NINETEEN I h r.'s !honve* twprtre ipectalknowledg
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c' UUi I i 100X Frost-Proof! I I 1 b* arnulred that by ten training Irudenl I Includ nolednrently

linewo glrli, "."<1Ultf'd" at GOOD FAMILY
I River Fill, Wlaconiln, itat urvrverwtty
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HUNDREDS OF RECORDS GOING AT COST. STEREO AND HI FI...AND SINGLES.


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James Stewart claims that DOGS are not to be confused with Clearance Sales Emergency Notices Grand Openings or Cloe DOUBLE FEATURE

ings. Carload Sales. Back Door Sales or Just plain "Gotta Sell Sal..".. A DOG In a DOG and must Go and the customer

makes the prices. Make him an offer on any of the plainly marked DOGS at Stewart Young's and no reasonable offer will DORIS! tor. .rf*.t

be turned down. Some df the Dogs hare a scratch or two on them. some hare been demonstrators others are In 100% s, Mir to...

good condition but Just plain haren't sold during the past 6 months. No Phone Quotations All prices Cash or GMAC DAY ILLOW
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Box I Garlic Salt 19c ft! Pork & Beam 35c i:tof
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Mount Moriah Saint JohnsTo Jackson Heights St. James AME Arthur BowenTo Birthday Party Range ReceivesB.S. Arnette Chapel


Church NewsThe Dedicate Recreation News Church NewsService Graduate In Honors Two At BenedictJoseph Plans Revival

pulpit will be tilled on thl New ChurchA By Timothy Las at St James for Sun Mrs. Theresa GUlura and sonWaller Belford Mis Irene, Services
.Sunday by the Rev. T. L.. Geter.Sunday JUNIOR HOFTBALL LEAGUE Marine CorpsPARRIS i Sunday at Arnette
Bellamy entertained wit Jackson ,
day will be a* follow: Morning :I Charles Belford, Joyce Chapel AME. Church
school will begin at 9:4om. dream will come true Sunday, Ages Clurnni 11-11 at Tint worship at 11:00: a.m., evening ISLAND, S. C (FHTN C) a Birthday party, August 18, foi. Ann and Anette Jackson and Mn. mence, 11:30 .", with will c0m-
WiwkiUcksklllet Superint
will begin
Morning worship Auguxt 30 when the member i oJ Beet 14 worship at 6:00 p.m., and Sun- Marine Private Arthur L. Brown her grand daughter and his daughter Ellmln Range, motored to Colum endent, Bessye Alexander
at 11:00 a'm. and the evening -the St John Church of Cod !In Devil 3 Qiilncy Red day school at 9:45 I.m At the son of Mr. and Mrs- Early B. Gwendolyn T. Bekamy ol f r bia South Caroline where they charge. All In
worship I at 7:00 p.m. Visitors ; Qulnry Red Devils 8, Hollywood, Florida. Also honored!I attended nppoort "pill
Chrlflt dedicate their first church.'Hillside Rami 0. 11:00: service the Junlon Miss Brown of Route 1, QuIncy, Fla? the graduating excretes are asked to n Uric
welcome each of these
to
are ionary II i scheduled to August was Mr*. There GlUum1 niece,, of Benedict College The
graduate
Department be
will In
:rrvlces. The Rev Cru. The church was organized in 1981 Final Standing pastor, offlcen
pastor Althena Belford whose
charge of the service At this 27 from recruit training at the Birthday K. D. Range, aon of Mr. and Arnette Chapcl are sadden
cher, officer, and members when the minister, Elder E. L. Won Lost Pet time the Marine Crop Recruit Depot,' was an event of August 17th. She'Mn. Robert taTpS
Missionary Department Range of the
would like to announce that revival Mr. Llckskillot Bee T 0 1.000 I 11 also from Hollywood Florida completed passing! of Mr*.
Sheppard invited by will Island S. C the
was Parrl 8esle
present a The course offered Long
program. senior for his BS. mother of Mr '
) services will the Scott Trojan II Joseph
begin on 2 There .
.T14 30
Dixon to to the St. Missionary The training included drlbayonet were guest present degree in Long, Sr-
Mr.
Apll come Jackson Hd. Department wpresent Education. He Long I* one of the
Monday night after the Fin nattier II 2 .714 who enjoyed and after
many game
Sunday, Preaching will tart on John community and preach Westslde Pirates 4 3 .87 a program at the 8:00: training physical fitness d left shortly the excretes Sunday school superintendent of
service Mr, Ludlle parade and ceremonies and for Allen Arnette
will S.
Evan C.
Cake where Chapel
he
die Monday night! after the second Holiness. Plan were made fora ,Quincy Red Devils I 1 .ne be Threeweeks Ice cream, cookie, cand- will
the other military subjects. be The
speaker for the occasion, in the
A dark to hold worship service by Boy Scout Bulldogs 2 employed Schofield High morning worship hour will
Sunday. The Rrv. W. place II .288 The senior' were pent on the rifle lee, nuts and punch wa* served School. begin
at 11
choir will
of Lakeland. Florida\ will be getting permlsilon from Mrs. Aggle St. Hebron Uonilllllilde 2 II .288 missionary M-14 Among the outof-town guest a.m Rev. A. a Hunter -
the rifle
firing
furnish the another will
range minister
music. All the members Mr. Range .U deliver the
featured a* evangelist Mae Cook to use her abandoned Ram 0 T .000 were the honoree brother, SpencerJ. a graduate of mess
Inn.Elder RrwH of sudden are urged to meet at the Infantry weapon Jarter-Parramon High school age. He will be Wilted by local
death ,
1 rick and visited I me.1 pUyo Bellamy and liter Little Loraine a
was
ye the between the first four church on Thursday night at T p. Recruit training prepare Man former member of the Lion football ministers; W. A. Campbell C.
shut-In Sheppard began tnumi Bellamy, both of -
The tick and are: Brother Hollywood,
nv for rehearsal for further specialized tral. Jackson and P.
ne* team He i McMlllon.
service with the aid of members Jackson Height Battlers 21, Florida. formely a mem-
Mr
Holland, Sister Capels, .
and Lkkskillet Bee 7 Scott The Youth Adult choir will lag in a service school or with I ber of St. James AME. Church The senior choir will observe
from his churches at Midway ; Trojan ,
Glover (The daughter .
Dorothy I
meet Thursday night at 7.30 .m. unit of the Fleet Marine Force theuannlvenery
p city Sunday S
7, Westside Pirate 0 p.m.
Bradwell. After about three night ; Llckskillet 1
of Brother and Sister John Sand
for arranging business for the He will report to Camp Lejeune, Hawks Winners with a musical
program
will
became stirred and Bert e, Wetteide Pirates 0 Jackson They
the
ford), and Sister Cclla Brook community ; and for combat train .' TAX ? be thirteen
We are happy to report that concerned and from then until Helgbti Rattler 10 Scott comb year to work on their N l. C., infantry '? visiting choln that
the dose of the meeting there Trojan* 7. Over MoultrieThe President Johnson has again will appear on program during
Watt JOIK'phlne&ott
Sister Daisy ,
and Ola Holland were capacity crowds. Elder PLAY OFT WINNER I Weekly prayer service will be ing.Mrs. held out the possibility i of another the afternoon. The public 1* Invited -
Minnie Henry for nearly held on Thursday evening at 6:00pm. WoodwardPasses Havan Hawk defeated the tax cut "befon too long." to attend
preached
are feeling much better. Sheppard three weeks on "HoUnesi u a First place: Jackson Height Red Sox of Moultrie, Gal by the fohnson, who Intend to make the Evening worship will commence

Weekly Activities Way of Life. Community friend Rattler; second place! Smtt The Board of Stewarts-Trustees score of 15 to 3, Sunday August Nation' prosperity one of his 8 p m. The annual I't'YIIa1teMrfl
Tuesday "Lord, leach me to brought Bible each night and Trojans; third place: Ucksklllet met Monday evening, Away 18 at Havana The S run receivedby top campaign Issue said purchasing will begin Monday, 7 All
p.m.
pray." It I II on Tuesday at 5:00: read scriptures with the text Beet.; fourth place: Weitlle Pirate Chairman Willie lender presiding.: Service for Mr*. Emma Woodward the Georgian were the remit, power i* up and I II going members and !friend are urged to

p m. that the youth ot our church of the sermon. Many were touched Foremost on the agenda was making will be held Sunday, August of two Hawk error, they coming to be pushed higher and that unemployment attend
earn tha art of prayer and the and convinced and few began:;1 SENIOR MENU SOFTBALL plan for the annual men day 20 from Antioch Missionary In the fifth Inning and the other i* going to be driven

.. Joy of Christian fellowship They seeking the baptism of the Holy age 18.7Games program which will be held the Baptist Church. The hour of service ,coming In the seventh Inning lower than the present S per cent. St. Petersburg will
lead In this experience bySister of past week Third In 111" Man ot Sunday
an Ghost At the close of the *erv Sunday September. will be announced from game were find two new attraction await
Irene Barkley. Ice, attendants requested that a Vampire 9, St. Hebron 7; Rum ,Slmms-Jackson Funeral Horn. :the entire teem The Hawk will More than 2,000 specimens ot InK them when they make their
The deacon will be In charge permanent Holiness Church be 10, Slugger 2; Vampire 8, Dragon Post 217 Plans later this I week. play the St. John Knight ofQuincy about 125 species of marine crea- annual trip to the Sunshine City,
-of the adult prayer service al established In the community 4; 84'* 10, Slugger 7. !The deceased died at the Gads- I August 23, at the Hawks lures are exhibited! alive at the London Wax Museum and the

T30: p.m. All adult are Invitedto with Elder Sheppard as the min LEAGUE STANDINGS Member DriveThe den County Hospital when the I Nest located In East Havana. I Marineland of Florida. new Aquatartum.

attend this service. ster. Elder Sheppard accepted Won Lost- Pet had been confined for some time.
Thursday: At 8:00: p.m. all the challenge and in a few Sunday Dragons 3 -1 :, o64s A short program will preceded
Sunday school teacher an asked the attendance had outgrown 3 1 .750 membership committee of the eulogy. Comment from he Capitol -

to meet with Superintendent the edifice. The Ministerset Rome J 1 .868 Thomas-Held Post 217 has designated -' The survivor are: Johnnie Lee .f!_" ',4.

Clary for their regular teachers forth a plan for building a Vampires 3 2 .800 the month of September a* of Avon Park, Charles A., of Curiouser and curiouser t r"
meeting Visitor are always welcome. new church called the "Four-Year- St. Hebron 1 I .250 trying to get a* many vetran a* of Jackson Simon, ""
Tampa, Joseph Mt 1J 1-c'?
Vonf
Faith-Han." The community has Sluggers 0 II .000 possible on their roll*. In our community Bathes Qty, Willie C Miami. by '
Saturday: Parent are urged to followed the program plannedand then I II t need for more tannl of Wabasso, Oneal, of .:
bring or send your children to the dm a new church 1* built anda MUtlkdpatlon.. by veteran. There I
Antioch
Woodward
Detroit and city
Troy ,
Church ,
practice of the Rosebud choir at dream come true. Because of Ia much to be done. There are Ever read Alice in Wonder Still another fertile field forth government officials who, a*.

,4 p.m. Plan an being made topresent the dynamic leadership that Elder Lists various committees that we need sons.Mr. Lena M. Blue, Mrs. Mattie land that fascinating story Illogical and the grotesqu cording to well-founded rumci,
a new array of music for Sheppard ha given to the com CalendarDeacon them to work on. W* are going OUIe about a little schoolgirl who I I. the government' continual conspired with Baker in those
Mr
Woodward Hall Arlington
the fall and winter Sister Debra munlty, the church membership 1 to be very true about the type of *. find herself In a strange topsy invasion In the labor-manage "improprieties''! No comment,
Mr Carlo
William, Thought rt. baa grown by leap and bounds. A. I. Dixie, well known people we need. In ilmple langu Ga, KIrby, turvy world populated by odd- ment relationship, Invariablyon why weren't key wltneice
Middle Town, Dely. and Mn-
,
I While reading character with the side of the union tailed ?
Weekly The following I II a schedule of church leader-farmer will age w* want people who are goingto ball no lens of bosses upon to testify Vhyweren't
the writer run across this ervlre The Official preach Ludllle Brown, city, daughters logic whatsoever I especially Our nation 1* based on the important leads followed .
his
the dedicatory trial sermon, Sunday, U a.m. give us their pledge that they Interment will be in the William
Sioux Indian Preyer which seemed I Service and remember that at one point tradition of freedom of Individual up7 Why, in short, was
Dedicatory August 30, at Antioch want to work In order to make theLegion
Missionary Slmms-Jackson Funeral
to well a chnritlanthotirht Cemetery when thing wer growing more enterprise the investigation never com
express 11:30
will l b held at :
Ceremonies *
: "Great Spirit, help me Baptist Church. An Invitation Lextended something worth while In Home In chBl'lre.Sunday and more preposterous, Alice Yet the Administration seem pleUd f No comment.
ntf to judge another until I with the presiding Elder ewfu to member of churches our community There hal been became so confused she could dead set on the notion that just Curious about what goes on
walked in his moccasin for McLeod officiating. of the city, and friend to come. a lot of comment about the Pos only exclaim "Curlouser andcuriouser about every American should In the Defense Department TBetter
have week." be served on the ground at I:30 Thursday. 5 Dm. member nf not dollar anvthlmt. This la very Rites Set !" he wrapped up and delivered to resign yourself to frustration
two nm.i District Sunshln band* the Sunshine Band Auxiliary are true because of the lack ot needed That pretty much turn up the union whether h* like it because the Department

wI prevent musical at 1 p.m., asked to meet at the home of Mr* worker to help put on a good for Mrs. LongFuneral my own personal reaction to or not. ha now put J into effect again
"A" Chapter district women meet at 5.30 p.m.; Ethel Stoke, S ninth street. rogram. It 1* much better to be the goings-on in the world Look at how civil employee its old order.Nobodyin
neopto workers Thursday evening, 7.30: a part ot a program than to be services for Mr Senate today. were unionised lock stock and our military services (anti
Elects OfficersJohn merit 6:80 and regular evange- member and friend of the p.m.Sen- a person on the outside looking Long, well known citizen will beheld example, I know that barrel, with due collected and this includes the three Secre
tistlc service at 7:30 p.m. ior Missionary Society are asked in. We art begging for your support Sunday, 2 pm. from Mortah Soviet Premier Khrushchev-* paychecks clipped accordingly.!: lades) i* permitted to talk to

D. Robert, Jr., a senior A program of fellowship aerv- to meet at the home of Mr*. Willie In the coming month [ Missionary Baptist Church dedicated to the destruction of reporter except under tightly
controlled l condition I
church. with the Rev. J. T. Crutcher, our country and Its democraticway ... .;i
In Carter-Psiramore High school Ices from the community M Walker Mrs. Ella M. Daniel There will be many member The for this latest
hal been elected president of et will follow the subsequent entertaining of the Legion contacting you in the minister In charge. She died .1 of life.He has said so quit ... ::- ,4 ( clamp-down reason Is that somehow orother
the Quincy "A" Chapter of New week a* follow: Monday night, Supt. Parthcll Galnel announce next few day and w* would like home, Sunday, 10.50: p.m. August clearly and h* continues to say '\ I Q: u"'"wAnd the public managed to
it I know that small '
Farmer Of America He i I. the' August SI, Fountain Head AME that Sunday school will begin for you to give them your appllatlon 23 I, following an extended Illness island the Soviet just on Governmentis on* .. 00"" find out what really was goingon
..
son of Mr and Mr*. John D. Church with Rev. Mimn al pastor 9:30: a.m. AU teacher and pupils We art attemplng to eetup A native of Lake City, Florida spending more than million '. in Vietnam and created a
Robert, Sr, of Sawdust com- ; Tuesday night September 1, am urged to attend headquarter someplace downtown she had moved here several year dollar a day to sustain a the .-==: \ great fuss about it.

munlty, and I la an oUI.tandlnll St. Mary CME Church with Rev.Sellers The Junior Y.W.A. will meet at 10.that those of you who ago, and was employed a* I power of Cuban dictator Castro I From now on, the public will
student In agriculture For several \ a* the pastor; Wednesday -the home of Miss Utha Whatley, have questions about the Legion domestic worker for several year who flaunt his communist get to know only what the Ue
yean John has been a delegateto night, September 2, Mt 3 p.m. Sunday Mr, Katie M. We will have member on handto until she became unable. Shortly! supplied arsenal our face and partment wants it to know. A
the NFA > In lotea Baptist Churcch with the Thomas presiding answer them for you. They alter moving to Quincy she joined dare u* to do something about MM in point was a whole Soviet
.
addition J:1ohr"h'tnmembrr : Rev. W. Maxwell a* pastor; ML Moriah Missionary Baptist j flotilla stalking the Mediterranean
to a .1 The public 1* Invited to attendFelllowshlp wood like for you to give u* your It.Yet
of the horse shoe team Thursday night, September S, St Mission 7 application, I am cure that if Jiuroh where she retained membership In the face of all this, during a recent crisis in
30 the
: at affair. If don'tremember
: Cyprus
ti that has rated very high In John AME Church with Rev. Ford i Antioch The mission I II composedof p.m. you will give u* your applicationand I until her passing, The the United State and Its allies -f ;: : reading about you it,car
deceased discharge her ,
always Russia- material
September selling
District I. a* pastor; Friday night, the following churches: Ant- Join in with u* you will find are to truest why you didn't?
Other officers elected for the 4. Blessed Hop Baptist loch, Beulah Hill Missionary Baptist that you will enjoy being a member duty a* a follower! and above plant know-bow equipment and technical. what about the directive Almost as bad a* centering
.('hool year Include Preston pardon Church with Rev. R. Green a* Gretna and New Jeresulam of this fin organization. Take IU a* a follower! ot Christ making arrange.menu that went out from the nation'sExecutive the new i* the age-old prac-

Jr., lit vice-president; James pastor; and Saturday night Sep Havana. Rev. 0. L. Lewis, will time and think and ask yourself\ She joined the Pallbearer for long-term credit and Offices, stressing the tire of using government ctitn-
Anderson 2ndllrePl'l"llldrnl; ember 5, Evangle Temple Church silver the message this question: In what way can I Order several yean ago. Rite helpKhru doing everything.hch vout they of economic can to urgency of unionisation for civilian nets for spreading political)
God In Christ with Elder V. from the organization will preceded propaganda. The AdminiitraJition's
Johnny Bum, secretary; Johnny ot tervlre will be be of great service In my com- difficulties. the meantime an employee at federal
Trotter, assistant secretary; Rudolph lamllton a* pastor. held Tuesday evening, 7pm. madly I hope the answer will the eulogy. American tanker deliveringU.S. project T current "War on for.
Howard, treasurer; Leroy The public U invited to attend be-Join The American Legion The survivors are Joseph Long grain to Russia bad shot I* this the spirit of individualenterprise erty", for example, has been)
referred to .
Hover, reporter; Charlie Falcon, all these service The church Is Or, eon, Mr. Bessie M. Shaw tired across its bow and wee T Or I.U strategy to smokescreen variously as a
red and
herring
Jr., watchman; James F, Wade, l ocated out on Old Bainbridge Hospital Report 4-H'ers In Tampa, Mrs Rosa L. Demon, boarded in neutral water by cage more votes thinly I disguised appeal for av
historian; Cleveland Hardon, parliamentarian Highway behind Sander Groceryin Joint Altomonte Springs daughter Mr* Soviet sailors who held the Strange:) too, I II the fact that votes come next November. At

; Alfred\ Powell, chaplain the St. John Community. Admission August 19, 1964 Lola Walker Tampa, and Mrs. Brew at gunpoint five hour our government' which I i* supposed any rate, it somehow manage
; and Leroy Madry, song lead uguit 24, 1964. Council MeetingThe Jennie Phillip, St. Petersburg, and "treated them like to b* the servant and not to create the impression thallI t
er. Richard Anderson, secretary and ThereMr. Colored Isters. Interment will be made Inthe animals. the master of the people and poverty and way to combat' IS

to the NFA Slat Convention will Here Inell Thomas, Calvin McCall first Joint 4-H Council William Cemetery. Simm. By now, It should be obvious which I* supposed to rely on art brand-new discover! mad

.serve a* a student adviser of the Gloom Tennell, Emma Woodward meeting at Florida A and M University ackson Funeral Home In charge that ",.r'tIme we lean over the judgement of an Informed possibl by the all-knowinir
Qulncy "A" NFA Chapter Mr. P. and Mn. Sam Love Sr., dan Tallahassee backward to pleas the Russians citizenry spends so much of its wisdom of the White House
Woodward 25-
amri Dixon August
E. To Meet we merely leave our. time and the staff. But the truth i* that the
energies hiding
t Woodherry agriculture Inslrus- wen honored a uprise trip to 28. with Leonard Legion
Belly Mae Forehand, Ruthle Mae Blakley, State
tor, I II advlster of the Quincy "A" Jacksonville, and return on Fri. Love, Mary McNeal Edonla Jones 4-H President for boy and Girl American Legion Post 217 meetSunday selves wide kick In open the to a well calculated truth from the public. Federal government I II already
Clapl r. day, August 21 In celebration of The meetIng pant For example do you know administering 42 different programs -
August 23,1964.
Jewel Matry Johnnie Cubs, presiding Leonard Blake
Quincy
l' 'j; Look back in your memoryover designed to overcome th*
the real fart of the Bobby
By Leroy Hover reporter their twenty-sixth wedding annlversery. call to order by the
wa
WIlliam., Chattahomhee; tattle 11')111 a recent graduate of Gads- times that planes have Baker ?You probably don't cause of poverty. Their lOom
William, Havana. den County who plan to enter the Commander Business of Import. been shot down and pilot cue will. blned appropriations for 19(11
Young Women's The trip wa given to them by BIRTHS University this fall. Others In ant was discussed. All members and crews killed In so-called and probably never The add up to $32: billion.
their children and In.law to bring a new member International Incident Who Senate Rule Committee's Democrat Curlouser and curiouier
Auxiliary To MeetThe son- Sam Leonard and Inell Thomas Boy tandance with the social gather edged at
Jr., and Miss Lola Mae Love, URURt J 9. log of this State Council are: next meeting. did the shooting In practically !* majority ended it* Investigation Alice might ay. In a way ft'salmost :

Young Women Auxiliary and Mr. and Mrs. Rette Smith. Joel and Clara DIxon Girl Harold Carter, Johnny Watson, very incident? Not as. with the remark 1 a sham that she Isn't
will meet Wednesday night at the ot Floe Does of all this make that Mr. Baker was guilty of around to se* what' going
While\ In Jacksonville\ they were August( 22.W.ltl'r Robert L. West, Charles Dupont, The City Ga Company any on,
r home of Mr. Ltzzl Johnson The the guest of Mr and Mn. Grady and Betty Ma Forehand and James Davis all of Quincy. Ida ha reported net Income of snsT Not that I can figure "gross improprieties. But today. She'd probably get quit

i pent Mr*. Florence Cadwell Ireeder. Mn. Breeder I* Mr*. Boy August 22. The chief purpose of the meeting 1,024,146 on operating revenue out! what about those high-ranking a charge out of it. J

J .an .asking all member to be preII'nt. avt'i alII 1'\'. They reported havng James and Ruthle Ma Love I i. to make plan for the 1964- of J3.073.520 for the 11 monthsending J
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CLASSIFIED ADS'p'OR Plumbing Fixture EltctrtcilSuppliM. lion I first, publlooUon of ih,. n.>ti. a The Saturday edition i iI Pip sod ruling Florid Pukll Him! .> Oommlo.olonor ., Two ''ml I., *f oust claim or itt "Cart" Frerdnnt I'rNe had quit friend and former emplnye, 35161'kngkton I Maidenhead England WO-
rand otiall k* In wrlltsa. >nd I a lot to abmit the arttri And who ill,. Ham Hrory Cbopec 32
Wal H..te, pay now tn FtLAwhndals pleaded
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State Attorney ot t n. aaeond ....11 ...,. ,... pI..-. or r.oi.If". .
and OU Hoalor Judicial clrvultPuklki and post offlro .d Dtfondor henna JudloUl' .... ....11 ko ....rn u., In that etttlwi that the Negro who to awi me and bt dtdn have. avery and ere hi willed Qimn Elizabeth

Circuit I lllkt, klo MMt. oett.re.y r li running agalnt our Democratic Rood Iraprruhn d 1ul Waw U was riding with i her huahand.

rid FAR Vi'KKr7: ..I on bedroom II lot"*airs m. ROCCOPIPE On. (II.*Moaibor..u.ot.. the Bouoo filing to.and*t one aMompanlrd dollar and t oiirh>v nominee (or sheriff li rvglulmrd.prrvkwl. oo the outiklr d ttv Tiinr I, PrkK Oiiliff. u drtvrr. When

FOMENT I f. .,.1o"tI.1 arm N..r .School c.-\: }sdn. claim or d and not on Mod Thry juM had hit nun wrong tat affloe with the f white C'Pm work Cooper paid hli fin
hll.h... ind ..1' cOli.... 111.. Curb .. tao Clrtalt Court 'hI1'.O\ a puMtcatan. Hto mine slrrrinc Oxen oornrrd pannlrla and the caa wai fIII tI4. WIRnuna
I ""n Hinder, V, closing' TH* Ihorlft : Olln Bill Jr !. iVtl
l'c' I Jewel Jerom Duel, not"Juke" to rrciakrr. Sam said he Rnaka. who founded he BtlIbh
month Taa A.o.as.f udmlntotrator It' tho
Hol.ltf
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RBNTi one torn kodraom I jail 110.j "UI 70. I;Havana 71Piet I & SUPPLY CO. Tax Collator Prom(*. NoUnd Holl desmad. tXxl (that If those praple wonted to I Road laW Srrtntjr salted far I
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kom for 141 *n two b d NAIR--= -' TEARS Or SERVICE County Muporlatondint ot FoklWInit Tins Core outfit hai been very rogue .nd tae thry ahnutd do I ruHm on aa JnAatramt he !widwtI1
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( lit o* month ...
Memo or per 41
room room (And. 1 nullonMupoitloor '1lt Ausu.l 504Aul rnifihatlc In thrtr brmlnmuhlnf ohr it on their own book. itfaJnat Filuiw Flifflp
hllUIl oncharpfof
will poiiiho oak flours tilo I with hash Located of ReINr.lloaThto. 'II.t ti'
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botfc and klienoa and all modQrxnobor I fOn ,nclea',,, wet of O..It.o. I. T. Thli An ill )I_ ... uf ibo B *r4of Mpl. 0. 10, It : i-olflml proil0 In be our that Sam atarted to work her* at daaieroui itMng..
are ...n..llRo l' II rl.teb.r non" ( h..ir Rnuir I Boo IN. PHONE liMSIT County Commiwuuiora, plo* they 1'1'II11. .. drmncratithon the Time office ai janitor andprlnten 'wai turned down.Th .
*. "I.! Phono HI IWB Quincy Au. I: flopi 1. IP 3t 1110 B. Monroe flrt trivia I. I and I. NOTICE: OF MOJRTOM1ICIMRiCIJlWl'HR : Ihry rum around and stall devil II* ann Immed
lilt or Ml' t-HII. Two (II Members of ,Ill Voar4f : MAI.KNolle
defeat tee Irfallynominitod 10 feed and do '
I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA Pukllo Initmoiion, l> otrloto lo koroky alvon pur a nnipnlipi to .writes other porpniani at Jlartneland otFinrtda
I end 4. uont to a Final l>....... of >'"1.. rtmvxrmrtc ihmfl by killed tank* around arvn.
FOR SALE Two III Ju.tl'.o ol ih* Poaca. cl...iro dated Auiu.l 0. |f.l. and xnkinc thrill prarlt to wntt InN For a numlier ot > *rwtbrhtt hrld wlB tolrrat certain

District I and t. nurod In :;::O"'J.d''I; Nollll ( j\l.... name ai an ImVprndrnt- down a giant M preMnxn oopaper darks fn Ole vain Ore noun
BENT I Conouhloa, Dlilrleta I of Ih. ml Or
Bedroom Concrete BlockHOUSE Two ( )
MInt dnwn tank Tk-. they win qulcktyWll
ABC and t.Prus.cuttng. cult Court I. and far ll.d.d.n Thrdimt nay tneMhrr a at IWle Clarla.
I Alto,.., County, Florid. wherein, (or.Inlood Uw way I ar. it Sam U oat well turalnt and a darcrmni species, Mil asa
MEXICO BEACH County Survivor ,. Frodiiolo Nirnornllnao could barely red and 'Til" when tfl'f'l' ...rt. by btmtaf R In
IIICAU I. Plolntlff Md lid...... Jon..
the and
biddy
he lived hrn iiI ffEiiflHEALT
....* ,.... 111II ,t. ,.rein wotort Oak loon a brtn roofacing In Toitlmonr WhorooC I hays and hi* wlfo, Annio vo Jnn... I did not pee tnt hvidfnt M 1 He now hat huown >
N.. hew I ..*.... D..l.. RaMano Club FENCEINDUSTRIES I koroualo "S my hand and IkoOron are dofondoulo. I mill ooll to lb.hlaho.t buainrti In tUuderdalr..
lotto.. *lo..lnt *m.na.tlooo tool .t the aiata of b'dder' for 050$ .1 lho WM bony at In* timtl. bet I'm drlvn I good automohllo. drmara ADIUMancireer
,er OOT... ln.trtokltokoa ,3503 ..I..r..t. TklUhuoo.. thoTapiul south front door of iho Ondodon told thrr wai a Ohio aldrmUhbrtwrrn app and la dnlnf fine Sam
....*. ........ ,....... thlo' th* third' -ttrst County Court "..... In gulnry twin <4 the wHl tote li On*. Weiftrtrtf
Will roll lor Mil** *.r work.nil Call Lewis E. Porch day of July, A L).. 1114. Florldo, ot 114 oi'l.Hk A. MOn aim I rrclatered voter In Brward llS nundi lira, Ow
rmkVnt Monday only Betty
workers and lot..l :
.*!. 'oIIOM *r .".. fOlin. I TOM AD4N"IIK'RICT&tlY the 4lh day nf Krpirmbor 111ho a c only and be Inaliti that nrlttirrCbr
OF STATE: fnllowln dooerlhod prwportyot JlllIt Mm noon. II arcm MAIn 7-8770 Am. I, It. 10. II 4t .. forth In said Anal I tHeroo that thin rhunidrr. 11IM ki a ," had anything to do with the tan li torrman ro* I flvr-nwn

-- -. If IN THE COURT OF VIII rottN.I lowltPriln it a: point (lop hundred "uppclmcn c4 Amrrtcwi/ yourti'' if Knowtni Sam ., wrO u 11113, I'mconQilpnt wracking gang and tr* (rang nvi

FUR RENTFurnleh.d: tour NO I TT Jl'lXIK UAD8DKN CUUN' furl. 11401 ,...... \\ .., of 'h. I "o'er now one, wai in Uw act d he la trlllnc th* truth. the tl a working bnaa. Jkipervlior
reum nnorlmont' mod >l"HOe ,.. I TT, STATE OF FLORIDA "t..t (oceo, 0' .h. 5outh taking ptrhimi of the Qulnry man, and co-owner Wiohlniton It. Contact NO. till 0101 Quarter 0' Ike Norlhweol iirvlM not to do MX, Anthony. Having regained !>
call Ill-Mil orI In r. tko I.IKIO: of aftrr Mm
Bovlo or
Harold .
.;.1411. It/ rnI:1: l lat.IIJ.1 MONEYDOWN LUCIA L. MBAR8, IIwn.hl.rt. 0' Tar Senior II .11 North 111 I'm Md K* sap lapped not ton Miss Pearce, 32 her health ten year. ago,

"I I Deft..... Ron** Sl,. Ill Wo.1'. and run Ughlly on the skis 4i( Ml head! w... Omman advlwr u you

'I.oIE 'Ela" safety with new (, Nolle u ..NOTICE...b' alvon": that Ih. I Knrlh on. hundred forty HOI fur hli rffnrtu I'm nnt cnttUa Dies In G'ville have troubl with hyperleiiaion(
D.I.A.DI.t T.ltl. Onip" 9', unil.nlrn.d" hoo find Ho Flral yards: Ihonro run IaN. Ono hirt I Ml 1 if nnvr and rani kleefj do aomahrurwrerktng.

FOR RENT MAY- DRUGCOMPANY Rolut and Kfporl .. Admlnl I hundred th.,.. run tony North HOI TIt..u.th hton. onrrfully: ln | 1:11:1 n wlQ ba Oho
FUitiUE -- Oil roriToiliil; .".101' D. Bonn Nun Cam Tool MM Dunn Jean IVam, 12 "
I drod (100) yordo Ihln..II'' mad mlmu any film bocIt.. I I: bell thing Inr y4>...
4 floor low mllotio, air-.r'nd1.1 II anlenlO 1.11"0 0' 1.0.1.,. 0' Wept Four hundrod of Havana died at I: ID !Xatuntaymoniiiyf .- -
I forty 14401 Mies' with a yetkd'
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Office i-s.il" .fT-,..n ..i"tronomlMian tl no* I !11 UP TO 36 MONTHS I has aloe dial Ito Poiltlo for hundrod had,. thoni-ii mn' (1701 Woiiih Thus kno Wgi about plw'<'Wnlhy, In the J Illllli MillerMedlnal
oo\only tordo In Onter at CatnnvUleBorn .
SpaceAir Order n( ll.lrlhutloii and It* 05yIi. LOllUG'. ,
would valuabU" Mm
"It'It d.AI.0> u't "wood TO PAY poloof brilnnlni Ihonro run I wait mapping
.. etlon for Final niorhorao and In O>hlm.... COIn MksMm. URn
Typ..lter (.11 .:1.111. t' I'.t I.nnly fTft y..",: hli camera at an angle
hat on th* llnd day of $ .ptemlot *
mood In Havana In 1(1)
'FOR "" l.ll at loon n',rk A. .... thence run .uth .N.. rot) fTnl through a pta'' tf"M win*"' In ..
Conditioned KALK r.rm.H ltk How 5.4481.4
Super C' .d.
FREE ESTIMATES ., .. : lh.n nun "' ... pen IIIit'' nil a nicmher. of the jtalmtMrthnrttat
"r II IkorMflri Iho undorolinod nf tmihjerl
Tr. tor. "ItI"I" soon nn effort to art a ptitur
plunlor... Only (cal .rd. Ihni .
."111.., d.tr'bult, I II may hoard, It will dark Oiurrh alit Order ofEautern TABI.ETIII".
harrow CALL r"o.u North 5v.nly no ,ar.. ,,.1 InitiV a miner rnnmHo .I
WILCO BUILDING 14',1, .n..u N apply Oe4.4.n to County the PloMds. Judas at hieofflc. fe pointna of h'alonl" ...."..1. pulled this trick on nit on Au00d Star r r. M\TDitra TO. It
I [ oniImiod aerr I... r1ji\ ral arrviori" were conducted i
Inner nr
KOIl MALE
admit I was
In the Court llou.o IQulnoy 17 and I mil*
Utilities Furnished MO Ilird 627-8661 Florida for oppro'tl of thl* I* do)'o of Amu.IFdwln. not tmprl'lIII'dII1t' aUmwxt I at II 0'iHo-k Tt....., mnmlnf --. -
and list Mid Float Romrn and R.perl 1164 In the Salem MetNitiat launch
Will Alter to Suit i mdlilnn ---Milk--Ot.h'l and fir an Ord'r of Ix.lrlbullo Slur Of mum they was no rae
with tlm Rev, J W INwTll ( \-
Clork nf oold rirriiM I
lot nil )" 1'.n? mmlc In lh! llltl' frill'Jut I
Quincy. FloridaSHIRTS and fop 1".1 DI..herr' at .uobAdminutrator. ,
Your Needs Ky Pouilo I. Hour 1f" ... referwdto rta"In,,",,,.,, win ta Woodland
umlcrilJind It .. duly ekjd
FOR IALM:
1110 (4-bond) Miortwtvo rocolvor.I. I CIT17FNK: BANK AND TRUiT _It tint .' r..11u1'l'.u ol rnvrotl- tVmetrry with the RutlrrMorgnn .
I COMPANY Funeral) Jlmno. In '
rhargr
1,1 ko .
APPLY now Plus rtril It
WILSON'SIf oo radio By T. B Nl.nnIt. tall( 1 nfflf In Talhhuwe. .
manualo.' Writs Bo "P"0 d arrancrinenla.Burvlvnri .
I Trim Offlc.p I hrglm to insult to ads like os donl
,Gododen fount_ Tim. _ItT A* Admlnl.iritor/. haw for local pnllf wImluei InrhMie her parmta,' GIFT I
a play
./0' the K.lol.: ofAllrla Bits And Mr. and Mn C O IVanv, Havana k IDEA
L M..... ......... LVerythlng: hai to be std ceo brotlier MnPrrr
.. .. handled the federal udnrtUe ,
Or.iorr and T wlAtinrnoyo by
11 HELP: I WANTED V SERVICE i 'nr Admlnl.irolerQulnry. PiecesBT ihne dayt. *, Havana.FPIVlog "' _.__. !
Florida .. pallliearen sons
orlro Mono'n All Nab. I A".. i" 47 II.",.j. IN Jmrph tirklAnot, R. J. iiwl rub 'VA iOOAN CAAulA I' J

PAtFUMA;R WANTED: AND- TRtTCK Maloinaii DRTV.l mu.t M .!. seas FINIIKRMCN NOTICE HUTCH In tie too tat* newt department Tan Wllllami, p:. U mppell, DlU 'N fill PAfl

ko able U> oolL Trurk drlor to Null, lo ilvon to all oltloono I leimrd a flow days ago thai abwrndan Miller and W R. Simmer.PERSONAL .
drlvo. Apply In prrion W'.ro. MACK1 RADIO k Inioro.tod In doolanatln- I.iko team of gotten fromQinmy I
III N. Poor Bt. T ..doyi loliiuln It a run Monoaomontr
through bou.o. Frlrtnyo from ID0 .,in TV SERVICE \ lh.l a public htartn will With humblrnrm and sincerity tint Ill, fiN pay In tproamateur aY
!
to noon or cull ....R!U. Plounl.town. .- 1 So hold In lb. rourt mom of I want to thank tee many many I p..'I'I1t at Mnullrl* a

Florlrto. Au.. SO 17 It I lot ant I."..... the n Qulnry llad.denaunty Flnrldi, Counhonoo Tuesday, pwpl* that hAW written trle- rotlll"| l of vrki ....,. The team MIlD Marlin floor who Hai

ptombrr t. loll al 7:10: o'clockP.M phoned and told 11\I pmnnally ofMr was mail up of Jack Munro, "been working at Uketand Gen.eral .

THIIEI-RJI\QVII': !: )- .llmbiIrhnm.d. and appreciation of lelll _k'i Don rxim-an. Sr. of (Julnry, and llmpital In Ukrland

BOOKKEEPER : Call Johnny O.... PANTSLAUNDERED their Alt *peronno ppr.,v.l d or.lrln dlmpproval. I* vulva of Bill end Piece I beard an much !Kemp Glvilnon I i4 Oialtahnii-hp*. werkend( wills her naimla.Ipt'nIIIw Mr

-7-MI4 tlf This ihmiio ... 011,4a atlondKl'WIV slang it until I hud In to b.<'k iind lltil Wind I tho profetwtimal d and Mrs Frank Flnuff of lUrrta- IIKODAK1)J

WANTED FOIL SALE: 'U Chmnplnn' : nAl'R. i.lork and mid It over carefully a onus Sawam Country Cliih. They are way
Tm plo! nt tlmr ... afraid hud to he ninKratulaled.I I .
!_ Miss Anna Lyne and Mlw. .
l drv"'" bounotlilloi Llc.ll.nl: r..mmlMlonoro A uc in. It It Nancy
5 Days Per Week undlll.n Konooniibly prloodFRIGIDAIRET FLUFF DRYREPAIRS IN THE''iRCI'T'C'Ol'n 'It' nean 'ipendlni, th* week
nT.III4. II STATE (1" ..I.oItIl1AC'uU"'Tr
In Jacke nvlll.
ONI jfnirtAb riHCtUT.nAr with Ames MaOVM &
toy ItAfflI'l:1fMOTlrlG : 1
>"r i"!' ('(" 1'ITT.' FI/IHIDA. & It.
1M,
I* HK-HEIir!: fllVRN: hat liiirouint to Chop.f
Oondltlnm.ft ,
rieanant Working IN rHANrFPJT Nl n. 1.4"T FlnrliU etatel.. K4I, ho 'upswing l.'rlh.4 Unit I* UiKlod.n MIM Paulo Laill ipent" lieweekend
Olxlng Enixrlom, and FIRST FFDBRAL: HAVIVOi Oinmr', "'omd.. will ko .."..... fur ogle .( public aulrrr for IhohlitioM In TallahaMe with Mlu Flash ComiraLightwtifht
AND I/UN AWHOrlATIONOF
Salary Expvrtnd.Beplf and and host rook eM M tee onuih dour of Iho Oi.rt llouooI 'W Ervln
OADKniCN: COUNTY, II 00 A M, on FIdafb.' Itch d., of H.pt.", ...r A. P. IH4Clf
ALTERATIONSMORROW I a corporation. No, l>.,. IVorrlntlnii I -builtincM
BOX W, CARE: .. Tlalallff. lit 1IH root ( M .'11'" | nf toil I In block I. l...nfCr.l. I.../ OV A"ltPmliVnt ,4J" -IONl low price!
IO.UOD II. Town.hln I Monk II..|. 4 ,
Jiihnann
ALRRRTIIA: .trtRDAV! Sod .1",", 8>.

OADADEV COUNTY TIMES: MASTER HOHINKUN...JR'.n..I., Wo.1.Kitwln/ tl"ur trmwloial romlullon luppnrt- Ke4.k' If 14 w..,..'.

DRIVE IN NOTICE: r-LKHK (IHfflT ror TQAIiaDBN Ing hi. irflimi In antilliraat Ail fair .......1 M'| camped.. light
I THE BTATH MI'I: I) ""'11001. rfNDm 'ZENITH: CLEANERSHOMES TO MAITKH telnl ill ltoN. JR. Adlrll.bAugust he read around Ih
..... 81 A I, (lit ItNOTICE wirtil Thliiilik sol Ie. .
HOL'dKWlVKH" Ilko .Ir.r. I more. Mmam Orowraro 441 Clifford A.rnuoUnrhoilor 1I'/lI.mh.r rev' ai .ells fair, any.wntrt.
rnlni goat Income. ky I. Now York '' TO V T"-1I11 artlnn hy Omirr boon Jiitf aim and iho, (of
r+"nrrh-nllni Avon ......tI.., VSOMCI I YOU or. hereby nnilfUd that "th. unanimity nf ,...-
Nollro I. koroti 4hil polllni I 'In fli4odo Cn.Mfh .
...ll.hlo for ilvon plncos ...,... la ulai *r kJack ltd...
ponlnii now That lull h. boon krouihiaolnil .. renert th* unanimity
o .n rnmtod In I'rorlnrto I, I, I and M la Iho followingInroilono ot the
qualified wumon. Wrllo Mr. ? t. you In lbs Circuit Court for Iho omlnir Oonoril KloMInn T...".", No ombor country," "'pll'1l11d..1rnt Jnhrt- shill, owe air tJIdtil lullt.la
Dorothy Martin, Avon Minom-r., of Qid.don County, Flurlda I* I, I.... lo.wltlFrorlnct 111II. do* held. k..,. y*.. pIctwitArtady
P. O. P.o 1141 Mll, Toll rhoncory ky th* Flrol Fodonllovlnii ,.
folllcii rl.
CUr or
hiuco, Fla. or call ....111'. It I and Lean Aionoiotionformorly 1\1.. Canlmunlly !Indaari r avl.Can anl.nrack

( Qulncy Fodorol Ko.. t Qnlnrr Amorln t/>|l Stewqrt Yourig'iINVISIHLB lops and Loan A.oorlotlon I Iroomoro I*. M Joknon lulldln..1.. k.... rrIlP'rhallPl In lWldMain
I whoroln th* i.lil Flr.l Fodorolovlnf. So "Dart" Jebnow'S .'ora
FOR SALE and l i. la fororlooo a monaoooniodo II ijulnrr Armory AmtllorlumWITKTIW "been railed dangnmui and 111.advtand .
,HOUSES by you dated Aunnm M, : NT HAND tot ffloUl soot Ihlo ink lor of ....got hy Olin**** brmr | CROUCH'SREXALL
till Ih. followlnc doiorlk.d .
Buro.,1 upon It...
fOR HALE: Ilnu. and lit, III RCWEAVlNd 'londu' Fdwl: Kour, Dork llouw Judiciary mbmmmtft.
,
W Jeff.lwon.Toll J. W I'oanut Cut.'nrnt. Tan.to M11a Brlnr Audrey your R.av.u tars, Klngsborry I Lot Two, ninrk "L". $. ,., hoard Cunly CammlMlnllor of They npp ed an Admlnlitntl DRUGS

Paoock IJ7-.ill. tt 903 W King 01., Ph. lIT-TOIL It : Holchto. a oiihdlvlnlnn or odd, U.d..... County, Fields hill that would rllmlnnl quiitaihaed
i lion in tho City nf Qulnry, Flor A4 ran HALF! I bedroom boom14,000 ,. id., nn and ,oirordln In I map If aoplonkoe .. I'll II m the III dnal origin tian
/ t. M Drive. .. plot, of record In Ih. offlro __ Imtgrant, but t Ct'Uqnil QUINCY, FLORIDA
Coll nT."". Aua"Tl"ll. 17 It CAPITAL PEST CONTROL Greenwood .of tho Clrrk of Ik. Clrrull r...rt _total lmmtgr.rlockeep
In and fnr aodndon County Flor I
,
I .
Bodroom Holiawl..rre
FOR SALE I
id. In riot Honk No 1. '
: r.., CoBirol Torojlt andSunset
living room with finploco
ond j ,. ;
I poll. hereby roonlrod t.
_
dining' rooniir Control Hof aid
Hoporato (II* with ih. Clerk ., sold MOMfour BE READY
< vonmimn*.., iwnt "i-i blob, Hootk r.oil(0 yard with workobop. Phono II? I,
..... ClU TaUabauoa, Fla. or ky itarnoy.. If any Ihorot, ,

Ant t. I-O... IT,.iopt.!-!' CLARE PLEMMONS :''.nd I. .oorv Hordnor npnn ond Flolnllff LI...,*lornoyo 4- FOR CHARLES KINARD. Owner

COLLECT 'I....., Wtlhlna''o Street Qulney.
HOME NITS III-I4J1 Pboa MAla '..IU Florid, o copy '''.r..f .. or ko.fnro e Jltrnod.ll q e A4ttltlon
aoplomkoe t. IM Horoln -FALLSPORTS
FOB SALE OFFICE 122.'''' tt foil not or ludimont will ko on. NEW CONSTRUCTION
tor.d oailnot yom by AofooltWITNFHH
1 BEDROOM: OOTTAfaKwllli my hind ind Ik. e Gora7. e Carport e Perch

ore plant on Uka Tal WELL DRILLING ..ol of all roar ol Qulnry, e FooftjKj Siding e Cablnto
Florldo. thl I day of A.|o't. ,;
qaln stifle, irfrlirrnlor, alerhealer VITAMIN AND A n UK.HFAt. I e riortda Roomi
I bunk bed, dork with HEALTH FOOD SERVICE Foituring a Complala ( .) Tl e EacJowuM

rhan iHlnimlnf area II fool Special Diet and Una .. Darning Pumpa tor A.Bdwln: riork Koue of oild Court "No Job Too larq w Too Smafl"

Irks fronlaxn. Homo or Irrigation By Douilo. | lioar PAu "'. Havana
Ilialth Food .. I. 11. 14. It 41 Highway Phone 6274495NEW

CALL Mil 71110. It Mite Audrey ........ Owner TERRY-ROSA IN TUII cinrtrif cRT_fly NCAA
II, IT
'u. II. 10} W. Klaf SI. n. ..n.7431I HARDWARE CO. THE IBCOXD: JI'DICMI, C1R.TIT .
( nr Ft/ftRlPA, IN AND
PeR rufWDCM COUNT IN
FUR ALt Brkk Ven.... Iy.ir.old I 1421 Bout M...... ft niNcrnTCAHIt FOOTBALLPRO

honoo, I kodreomo : I T.U...._ Florida MJ' I-4IT
loiho. Un Kltrhoa-Dlnln' TEN DOLLAR KEHARD DRVURA:
Room Combined, ratio, I'tlllty I 122.1'07I 101 JOHNWirPtJUNTIFF
Room, Carport Paved Drl.- VII.
fur Intnmatlai IdMrttfylnf
per.
w.y. tUi eontral .. EUJAH JOIINHOM
If! N. ....... Kt, Q.ecyl'telrl' 0001 into tank (ran from 121 I I1tRPEN DAIIT.NOTII .
h.n. MAIn T.IT4I.FOR nrllimy Dr. rk... M.4ta T1177. I R: FOOTBALLWORLD
:
11 THE RTATH or FU>RIDA
I TUl 11,1All08480'0:
II III North Ai.nooHlllon. 1 1v
I Mow York
y SALE TN .. bor.hy ...111.. that a
.It for dlvoro .... boo. ......hI Y nr1tN(
1 HADIOmmt ::104:". ::: Is II. Clrrolt Cowl !
SERIES
1 Bedroom, eowrret Work, : Co wty, rlarldS, InI
II 11.neoy. by hevou JurNSON. .
tIN, ceatral heannf MacnotiaDrlv TV SERVICE sod fai an Mr.by reqOl,
... *wsrr klieg tows .4 to ,II. will 1$. ,'let. alb.;
111.100. iuir. N anPTO .14 C'rort y sr wrllla dots.._ INSTANT ON
.... and 0/.4.1. r onawelly or by a/loroy. II ocr 6 n' (
I Iedi ns.. fram, arparalaUnlac & BAUIOI WILCO.0PM0i ,bar.ro. .d ,. .."?. eNe 'h. I
I
114iMMrbora t'ialSllfr4l.rbey a Pnpy I..,.
room mk flonn. NA/a 0.4(01 nt, "e ot lief..... ... 1411 day .f
( Sail. I Acre y ..t r ..,.."' ...., A. Do 3054.IIIAL. PORTABLE TELEVISION _
",.000.I g MO A T 1 .
I SEdwta "..,
Bedrooma, I''CI.ond akUnf. 4DIC TV ..CII CLEIt OP SAID COCRT

Florida lm> Sloth '- in WoM Nfrer..aLEO liAr. A. LAVIS

Strael, StauH A"... 11000. 9lnry.A"Me.y Flart*i lAW** (
I II

1 Bnlraoma, eamreta block, Aiwry A.I' far it, *PUIatlff..... I. I*. It 41nvirvm
Fl Ida ream atilt, room, ea"pert. -
mitral ...1I..r. aakUora FOR kitxi
( II 0.... Drhv, Oak 11 W'Nm :';'J""J.-t": Ca*l.niioiloolor on Ikol Iko* I

Park. 111,000. MOBILE HOMES I of (Minds Omoty. Fl<.ti4. .."I'I
rot.. kid **iu T......". *.,. BUS: STATION
11II'd_ brtrk-veavrr. eeoIral > (ala* Ierfte I IIf. y..h.wd s.aeraw' l.-.iWf; II. 144 *l 'UI'* 'ilorkF
lest and air eoa,ttual.c: M. t "< f.ra/all.g <*Uw.

I lad Vt balka, ..'......ollrarpnttaf. .. M.... TaUtta.Cardaar. Ua III,qulpa'swl o51? : iMA.. EYPP Westinghouse

......... nryarL 101 cedM. -. .-.... all.May M..i",:
Jetty AVMHM, Holiday Hrtfktm.t .ic. U.*d Ttailan ._.,....u... 0.1 N ...... ... IN QUINCY
.
... bsalaoe .." no of .
BedraoeiM. ....... ..udrrakMrlm. r lad ir Wide -..... CNN? llaplia/. Q.Is.

., ...... and *. f. .y. FUrldo.AH. .
v.
w. .,... lot hn ht,. M *M* .. ."'.d .>*o. to
.. Hwy. (0. "..100.I ..,111'" .. &hie ....." urk4 sot Iko .told. W Hi 4ni kin\ k Hi ibM to |i fir II WnioU M Inrlom

W_ traaa, atoWw w. /h.. COOL SEAL nd N.ani law... tko wd lad****olM r dllod*0.11.4 I* Hi l n.*"offl'OWITIKU ood l-ml Trot M. nVl7 JIM] .t..t-. .*.!.. Of|t.MMMIllty/

h.a Irfde/we. ele'.. ISO w4dlo if Clark. I of /besp. I ,test, I .kn fil MM N IffTkowkfi(In lorn,tttMtt tdiftln,uitMfNtti
.1. _
bbl and rttrtf. as U.S.1Nell.wa1dTa1Na. ,. FIorWa. lO Meo'4
,
raiHt "'nH rlall' w % 507 ttimtnu mtt mtttott tkirtir ....
minor let, GrMs.b'wS. IaUTflaksa 5.01Ii/11.... 's/s itifmr ftt, ....

mi load aod offi'iolMl tin IrrrtriB1 d,1 11ft.... ttit B) n4 uf lilt.MU4it,
LEWIS R GREGORY n.rwe Ulo Nt* day *. ......,
LEG flL NOTICESNOTIC .... GREYHOUND IUS STATION
REALTOR 1211 Wool TPWM (*g40.1ruwl
,*_. ark
207 WEST
II W. WMHI>flTOt ST. hsvd e**..., JEFFERSON
212.1218
(274214 of ELECTION ( ._--
IM M ***** ikx I. TOM <>.....* r Mtr, rurtd DAN MARTIN. AGENT PHONEi 6278251GO
ADAM 0..)Mor W WOI *fKoto .. A.0 KNTUB A..... (1 Md ..**
I W rtorMa 1. koroM glee : 0.1044 It
Inotv. slot a OmCWAi, klJtCTK -
HOMES :> wed k* ltd I* O4o .* N'eTICB TU "Itfr.lTOU EVERY TUBE INCLUDING PICTURE TUJE
BRICK Comtr. nwl4 FU>KII>>A arT"TtT1.IIs.
I Iiooioiill Ik* ft:.l-J.- Ja Ik* r.*r w ik. OoMiy GUARANTEED ONE FULL YEARI

| looikor. aVO> lids U* a 4.a4o4** c.**),, Ftort**.
FINISHED
COMPLETELY '- ": ,,, ; I: ogpjgpNDM.ond
Month 25 Years ,..._.... Ie flU U* ,-u...*. I'. ro -=-... lit PRICED AT $179.95
$4U9 per J r.- M.T wa
,
Trade .nilNae... _..ribsao .......
Accept Old Homts in .m"b/tom m c..._ r r41 All c,....._ lad Poe so
Bothioomi .11. saga -..-.. lite- Moot** now* .r twotoowAotoot
ALSO- New Btch4nis. I laid a...... leave the driving to us
Repairs Y.. sad Saw W >.. .r* .....- SUBER & JOHNSON ,
Additions. T1o.J'"i
.
i .I r M4KW4 *.. roojMro I* *..
(I-.. III J.... of 'k b.Nm" w et say ..._ a4 *oo ."4*
100% FINANCING 1 I of AMMlM f.o 114 tone wwdra r- or oouwr W >__ o.ofk
f I. ;: IHoirhtl ..o .*.*t ik. ootoi- of ,'.". Tour Town & Country Shopping Center BUS STATION WILL BE MOVED
., ""'.014 ...ll, .owo>4 -., I
Home ot 805 West Washington SL 00.00,r '"* atoi* weld .1..qtt "> | 'p
SM Model 2121 W. Jeffenon QUINCY 627-7(31
,inp... 4e >?d.. of (Vuio*** oo: '., r I EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AUGUST 28TH
or Phone 627-8552. Quincr no. '"> ., A.r...I' .... .' hla stew ,. "
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SIXTEEN GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCTf. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST V,-'1B84_u I II
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3 times the average for the labor ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL IN QUINCY cost with no return, whereat the Card of Thanks
I : The National OutlookBy force U I whole. In the age- straight Die plan would have a
,, group 20 to 25 years' the rate is cash building up which In time, Wo cannot find words to rx,
substantially lower than for the For Retarded would equal the payments made to (t>
Gadsden ChildrenWhat
press
i Oeorge Hugxdnni --- ----- -- teen-agers but still higher than for :It. U you viewed this straight I bon, /:ct"o r
I ficial projection foresaw population the overall average. U this continues life plan as a part of your savings their many acts of klndrw .n
TUE NEW BREED It could be
would I level oil at I deterrent to and Investment ,
that are the special needs of program you big our recent bereavement e
f One of the essential starting about 190 million, and be no early marriage and large fami a school for exceptional children might dear It In your mind as:prayers, food, flowers and on r
points for any long-range Indus- higher than that In the year 2,000. lies.Aside I- like St. Paul's School In Quire apart from current budget expense consideration will always be cnerIshed -
trill planning 1i an estimate or We are already clone to 200 million from future economic cyT They are many. There are Items. A full $70,000 policy by us. May God bless each
what the otmntry'i population will and expect a population of conditions, there are unknowns of. the kinds that can be met by have $8800 in one of you.'
be ten, twenty, or thirty years well over 300 million In 2,000. an even lens ponderable nature.There dedicated and sacrificial personnel cash values at the end of 10 years; 1 The utarlle E. Watson family
a need. We are reminded how uncertain We may be joust as mistaken are fashions hi family size, by specialist of ever; kind $21,500 at the end of 20 years.At .
as unpredictable and Inexplicable
such projection are by The kind Is needed in the end of the 20 years, you
ai we were In the 1980', although as the changing length of hem of help that I Senator Ed Price ot Bradenton
the revisions the Census Bureau could convert the policy to I $40-
perhaps the opposite direction these areas has long since come
lines.If has bent named to the legislative
has Just made In In populationestimates I and V halremains 000 paid-up policy with no more
In the advance popula anyone's business plans depend forward been pledged I council by State President Willon-
for 19B9 The ml lion estimates being made now. Is the more prosaic kind premiums! or use the cash value
on estimates of future population : Carraway to succeed Scott Kelly
Mom are not really drastic but It all depends on the behavior of and the rate of family of need scholarship support to apply towards making your own I ot Lakeland who resigned when
look for / less growthover
they slightly '
the new generation of war and Formation, he had better allow equipment and supplies.It policy paid-up. he became a candidate for governor.
tile next twenty yearn than Immediate post-war babies, as fur a sizable margin of error. Is not hard to imagine that. The package deftcribcd' would 1 .
had previously been anticipated. they reach the age to marry andstart with the best Intentions in the cover the list of needs completelyAny -
The Census Bureau never gives raising their own families world, the average retarded child portion of It could be bought,
merely one figure lor future population RICH CATS is a little harder on equipmentand NC of course, but It would be wise\ to INSECTICIDESSOIL
It always presents in Economic Factors La Jolla, Cal. A couple of supplies than others. He pushes at least cover the debts and taxes I
estimate In the form of t range. Anyone wild lives close to cats named Brownie and Hellcat hi. pencil and harder and any other items that are immediate .I
;
The "high" estimate based on these young people knows that were provided for In the he crayon and Inevitable. FUMIGANTS
otwf. plays harder and more
1958 Information projected a population they are a new breed. Their values will : late Dr. William MGrler. and put I
In 1985 that would be 89 and their way of looking at He established a $435,000 I wear On tear on playground WEED KILLERS
equipment. readily see
cent above III level life their The for their can Brown ServesAt
per present: are own. economic trust fund to provide from this that there II constant
: a
The new "high" estimate lnd| ,environment In which they will care by his 'housekeeper, Mrs need for
replenishment of routine
eats growth of only 44 per cent find themselves at the start of Avito Horn, In hit 35,000 home: academic supplies and the periodic Pensacola I SOUTHERNCHEMICAL .
over the name period.Prajeettons ,heir careers may be quite dlferent They may not be able to "spend"the overhaul or replacement' of heavy .
Err I from that encountered by entire fortune Brownie I.ilS 0I
equipment, for playground and Pensacota Robert L. Brown,
If this li the extent to whichwe I heir! parents at the tame stage and Hellcat Is 14 very old
classroom furnishings tome of airman apprentice USN ton of
have to twine our expectnlions :rt i Is business to
I risky guess how for cIIts.
which may not have been Ideally & Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Brown of
we should not be too much will react In terms of the
I hey
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I suited to these students from the Route 3, QuIncy, U serving with
disturbed. But population projection I age at which they marry and the The stinging tentacles of the Kginnlng ONE OF ST. PAUL'S PUPILS writing numbers on the Helicopter Training Squadron Sales & ServiceInc.
o In the past have sometimes I number of offspring they decide Jellyfish known u Portuguese
\, proved to be not merely I wrong 1 1I 10 have. tfan-ofWar may extend as long As we grow, we learn. The board. Picture Courtesy Hydro Gas Company, Quincy Eight at the U..S. Naval Air Sta I
but: totally mistaken I ai to trend. At present the unemployment as 30 feet, Marineland\ of Florida school now can develop a sensible this, Pensacola.The .
Tim In the mid-1930's the of I rate_among_teen-agers_Is_ nearly reports. "want list" of Item absolutely I 1 l ot "wife Insurance." It I II suggested Squadron trams helicopter I
------ to the school's pilots for Marine Corps
-- necessary pro by these items: (1))) $5.000for Guard II Box 3 Ph. MA 7-6101
,
In addition there are cer You and Coast I ,
lain "luxury" Items that would eCi f I I final costs and expenses; (2))
enrich and deepen the program. i$8,000 at least in increased Income Love increases with time among QUINCY. FLORIDA
Special teaching devices and machines I taxes over!' the next 20 i I those who avoid the fates ot se4fldhness. \-

HELPY SELFYLAUNDRY -for ordinarily the retarded very are expensive available ...9nJuf'anc, years taxes; (3)if$18,000 your wife increased predecea estate .

because of the limited market. es you and you lose the marital
Question: I've been hearing deduction; (4) $38,000
Some of these, tod, we could very a cost of
well use., I Ii ot about "wife Insurance" and housekeeper until child Is 18 TIMBER.
un Interested. Could Those are all real .
you give expenses that
and DRY CLEANERS i But here is the big need: We
ne t rough picture ot a corn- will have to be met. If you do not
Let Us
You Harvest Your Timber
,,have every reason to believe, verified plate package of "wife Insurance" provide them from a wile In, Help Wisely
from every competent I tor us my wife it 35, my in- surance" policy, they will haveto Contact Us Before You Sell!
DO IT YOURSELF source,'fItcJi are in Gadsden at least mil Is about $18,000 and my be met out of your future In. WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES I

1 need County the who kind are of eligible training for offered, and have grow a estate 2-year about old $130,000 child. ; we I come.It might be added that the cost Florida Forest I Products Inc.

EAST JEFFERSON STREET AT JITNEY JR. NO. 1 by Paul's School. We have Answer; This will be a very to you' for such t policy would ,
oIItSt rough picture, at a package such run about $1,400 a year on the
l more or less afford to participate uyw mention calls for a lot of straight life plan. It this could
I in the program' present study and checking. But taking be put on a term Insurance planto or call or writeP.
TRY THE BIG BOY reach a minimum basis, It would seem cover until the children are,
I high many cost.others We want whose to family these circumstances wu would be warranted In put.hag grown, it would cost around $600 O. Box 305 Tallahassee Fla., Ph. 223-0669
I on an amount up to $70,000 a but this would be total
may make it extra year i

LOAD MACHINE PACK IT FULL! blessing.The ordinarily to. offer difficult their or children even Impossible this


Board of Directors of the

UP TO 9x12 SHAG RUG or SEVERAL SMALL ONES Gadsden Retarded Children County Association has generously for

I and sacrificially (because they are iT'S
In most cases patrons of the RIB
WASH 12 SHEETS or MORE IN ONE LOAD :I.ctuool) agreed to lay aside all

undestgnated contributions to the
USE WASHING SUPPLIES CONSERVATIVELYFOR I school for scholarship aid to
needy and deserving children. A.selfless e.se' .
U this action Is It does
BEST RESULTS! not Insure a strong enough foundation -
I to underwrite the difference l 'u
between the actual and potential BJ\CK
I enrollment In the program. We
would like to feel that there were
I sufficient funds available to provide
tuition aid for as much u
two-third of our enrollment, as
'sunning a maximum of around
tlJ twenty-five.
:
I We hope that the public will
see and respond generously to ..aaaewan.
2 the needs of our school the .
need for funds for equipment and
J supply, for scholarship aid to
worthy children recognizingthe

t prepared fine to service offer our this community.school is liME o

SAVE ON DRY CLEANINGDO Won't quirk you and offer correspondence your help can In-

:be addressed to (he Gadaden County
Retarded Children o __
IT YOURSELF 1 ronSt.for Paul' Church,

/ I Qulncy St. Paul's, Florida.School for Retarded ,

r I Children will begin its second term I }AGAENSCNOO !

SAVE $8.00 ON EVERY $10.00 ORDER o'clock.Monday, The August school II Is, located at nine al .r

the comer of King Street and
I Adams In Qulncy.
PRESSERS AVAILABLE Parent wishing to enroll their I

I child Rev.In this John school Bywater should at contact the COME IN TODAY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM OUR WIDE' RANGE AND URGE STOCK OFCIUAIITY

I above address or Taylor Gran-
: ham, phone day 827-7 I SS or TdF-NfrT SCHOOL CLOTHINGi t
ATTENDANTS AVAILABLE 8 lo 5 DAILY 'Tight 827-8248.

(EXCEPT SUNDAY) U. I.. DOLLARS ABROAD

I The flow of U. S. dollars ahead
'which had been held In check for
nine months, loomed to an annual F R.E E!

HELPY SELFY LAUNDRYNEXT 'the April-June rate of almost period$3 the billion Commerce in SPORTS FAN CASUAL SLACKS

Department said. The SllnvTiprndStvl" *! With or Without lilt Loops
DOOR TO GADSDEN COUNTY HOSPITAL United State bat had a deficit In In Twill.,Cords, All Cottons
Id International balance of
pay
I menu almost every year for the 10YS' SUES e . e e e $3.99 to $4.50

past decade. MEN'S SIZES . . $4.69 to $6.98BOYS'
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