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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: September 3, 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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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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I THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE

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Two school/ construction project lay. -- .
have been planned In Cadsdei Introduced by Bank Attorney
County. Child Is Willie D Lines Guest SpeakerJ. !Many Interested
Negro
A new elementary school con. Midget Tryouls I V. Chapman. deputy Hate com-

ditin( of 18 classrooms, cafe missioner of banking, unveiled the :Citizens Attend
torium, library and administrate! Killed Friday Sel September 10 historical plaque on the right Lost Man Found
suite and clinic will be built 01 front corner of the building and I

South Stewart Street In Qulnry The 1964 Midget Football sea- related highlight at Florida bank-1' Dead ''Public Meeting
The second planned project will In Truck Wreck ion will kick off: Thursday afternoon Inc history and circumstance* Following ,: 1.rl
surrounding the of
be a 12 classroom addition to St &> as tryouts organliatlon i
Johns Elementary School located A n''l'ar-old Negro girlwas I will be held for all newmldfiet the Quincy bank. I 10-Day Search .. Program Will Improve
north of Quincy killed Instantly In a highway griddcr .. 4:30: at Cory History of the bank tint "J : I." ,Lake Talquin Fishing
The new elementary school mishap last Friday aftemonn two Athletic Field. Players off last yean was capsuled on th*.commemorative FMkwUu. .
an intensive lO i'
plant will be complete with plumbing miles west of Mt. Pleasant. yean squads are urged to be plaque u follows: earth (laj r take Tilquln wIJI become a
heating, wiring and will 'bt Bobbie Ann Weed had gotten present also In order to receive Pioneer commercial banking 0a \\ niod mvl swampy t i Huh Management Area In the
of masonry construction, concrete off the school bus and was wait Instructions concerning practice' house In Gadsden County, E. I'.I area in the tmrihcaKti-m iccltor near future providing the !

and terrazzo floors, poured gypsum .ng to cross V. S. 99 after the inning of uniforms and other details Dlmwikea. midnnt. Opened Au- of Gadaden fninl> lime !>"!> rot| .iiJM.... uf Lrim Cmmy follow he .people exam
roof decks, bonded built-uprooting bus had driven away. Suddenly! gust 20 188t under State Charter Noah Jefferson Hiti-hiH 41 *ai I pie so h> Cadaden. CYwnly Tun-
aluminum awning windows the child decided to cross the Registration for the 10.13 year No 1 I. iKiued twelve days earlier'located lest Friday nrtrmoun lay nigh)

and complete with all Inter highway as a Velda milk Snack old group will continue through under the Art Tenting a Stale'sane three miles from tin- place A 'meeting was held in the court
lor trim and cabinet work. was approaching tryout time Thursday aftenvxm(Bonking j System; original capital 'here he was last seen alive Ii man til the Cadadcn County
Sealed bids will he received un- The driver, DanM Wayne Rend Youngsters (60000 Became strong in- A National -
'permitted to register Guard (group, moanhera ,.\ Cnurthouae at T.JO: Tuesday even-
til 10.19: a m. EST, Thursday of Tallahassee, swerved to avoid at tryout time If necessary, tmition under Mark W. "Pat" of the; Cwtmlen County Shoriff
September 24 by the Gadsden hitting the pedrstria.1, left UN but are remanded they must have Miinme, Prenldonl 182.1940. Deposits ', Ucpartnienl, relatives friendi. SAFETY AWARD Th. City ol Quincy tecelved a "I'..
Board of Public Instruction roadway and turned over after tl 000,000., ISIS: doonlII'Yf'r It was NTMWwikly rrNirtrd| .la
County their parents' alma tun'. "U pus- and other had drat seanhlngalnce destrian Award" from the American Automobile
Safely
at the office of the Superintendent sliding! UI feet. The child was slide/ please before closed during Rank Dills TuexUAUKUI 17 Ih* Hum .last week that ".a .,.
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sign up tryouts when
of Public Instruction In struck In the westbound lane in order to avoid confusionand of 1(33 resources 14 millions, Mr. Hatcher rarked his car Aiaodatloa. Shown from left to right are: City Manager Ira II will.. h* c'lIIIl'Il'd for a ria''".

the Courthouse. Rents, who was badly Injured, waitreated waste of time," said Donn 1964 Present building ronntrurted An pul us Cret-k. leaMnu new nil Harbvrt Gregory, Ouincy Mayor Leon E Weaver AAA lag UCMW hoe tore" wlm fill to

For the addition to St. JohnsElementary at the Gadsden County James recreation director and occupied 1961 under small son In the vehicle while Ix and Florida Stale Department Public Safety Representative the lake" The nut of a nohteotHe
Hospital and later transferred to In all late James Lowe Chairman of ..theBoard. went Into the .M U II whether the lake lamaiht
sealed probability
School bids registrantswill / creek swamp In Pat Pouch and Captain ol Department ol Public
o'clock the Tallahassee Memorial Hot have to wait until after the varch of catalpa' a Maitai.xflimf arm *r PN.log .
will be received until 10 worms. When Solely R. D. Edwards. Photo Martln'i Studio
EST Thursday morning, September pttal. first game of the ...allOl1'to be During the ceremony six I per- lie failed to return the search was bj
24.Quincy. According to Patrolman D. M. eligible to play until received saving bnml initiated. Mr Hatcher had been which was attended by Joe
I 3ookxey, assisted by Sgt. Ralph Practice will begin for all Olnt Banett and Mrs. Coy Rob- In III health fair tout time. GOLDWATER Hum-hard: and lull: Wllan :at: t>aa
Strong of the Florida Highway teams anytime after next Thin* Inane each received a $75 laving The search party found Mr. Class Of 1935 ama Qty who are with the Game
Tigers Patrol and Chief Deputy Robert bond; Marco Shepard and M. 11 Ihlcher's slows, cap and other Headquarters and Frnh Water Klah Cuniml
Martin of the Sheriff's Depart day.Registration\ ranis are still Slav, $M; and Jiihnny RUt'-h and ankles of clothing last Friday' Plans Reunion Inn, members of llw Hoard of
ment, the truck was damaged to available at May Drug Co. and C II Gray, $25. I morning This intensified! the hunt Dainty Umunlsakmers flits camp
Hard At Work the extent of $>.000 and no Recreation Department at City Ken Markham. Quincy State I In that area and his body wan'iiund veral member of the Quincy Opens TuesdayOn aywrshrs and Interested flaheismm.
charges were made! Bank cashier was In charge of I/' annual S p m. later thai day Cuunty Cummlsilnner Fled
Another accident occurred Monday tall.AU girls In the nine to thirteen the anniversary L. I Dime three hundred yards high &i1oI. graduatkm class 01I Slx-lfer acted aa chalnitan and
For 64 SeasonBy morning four miles north of year old age group Wishing to become D. McMillan, nr.w.t: presented t'\Jllt'rallI'rvtl' away. 1 U5 have expressed a desire to W. Jeffersonlleaihiuariera Intnihiced the Ominilaalan olfl.
fur the Ilinsonanmr
Havana on S-15D Involving one liave I reunion here next sprint
a midget fnitball cheerteadrr (ueiiU. dais as well as Leon CountyCniiimlMliHier
Darts James. vehicle. I are asked to be at Curry Ath- The =( out of town bunken I I w'cr. held at 3 fllu' Sate or Bummer to cell-brat the thin. Ac. supporters olGoklwaler II U. Kaatarwnou.
lime Sports Writer Kenneth DeUayne Horton of kite Field Thursday, Sep.umber and other dignitaries were t inlay from Ux clang| Free tinth anniversary of the even). lire Piralilcnt were setup The two memlirrs of the Game

Sine football practice started Cairo, Ca, was traveling north IT at ::ISO pm. AH girls (rural* of honor at I luncheon: VIII Baptist Oiun-h, Sales Qty. Judge Charle Spooner and Mn Tuesday In Qulnry on w..tJrtf..1II and Flah Cnmmlaakm explained
(Ga.: of which he memberrtlli
August 19, Quincy High's Tigers when his steering wheel I failed to resent will be assigned to teams tine Jefferson Houae following:: was a .. Elton Lundy, IIIlth of Miami and that a flab maiMKement arm la
the RI'v..f II. Lumkin otfllatlng. between Jackson
17 strong, have been working function properly. He lout control re-registration Is not nrorasary observance.' ,\ a number" at Quincy people, have Street, any laity of water designated' and) ''
toward offense of his truck Intd the -- Burial was In Spring lllllVmetery and Calhoun seems, In the stone
I more explosive ran lot It be known that they wen approved by lh. Hoard of County
tor '64. Only in the second week ditch, hit an embankment and ': with Die J U Adams interested. Mrs. Lundy I* the ulldlng lately vacated by 8ul 'iJohnsm cWmlaaliinen' o* UM mainly In

of pads, the Tigers have been turned over, causing damages Health To :urteral Ilisn In charge (hummer Mia Elisabeth P.arc, as Companx. which the lowly of waist la alluat j
mainly concentrating on conditioning amounting to $1, OO. Although Department Mr. llal'-her was born In Milch11 and Judge Sputter la I brother It will remain. open Monday" ed, and approved; the l..tni
and play alignments. Horton was not \Injured, his passenger Dainty, Georgia, and mowed irf County Oinmlsakmrr AlulTl11I1"'IWI' thraugh Friday, 10 km. to O pm. and I Fresh Hater Jr Cbnuntt uqtor
Plans at this point offensivelytend Melvin Brock of Cairo,,' t 0 the Hlnson oonunuiilty over 1) weekly until the election" on No- flat Improvement pttrpt> \
toward the combining of last received minor Injuries.No van ago. He la survived::: by his I James U. Campbell wa* prest- vemher .. Autntnubtl stickers, In a management area all tuh-: .
end T offense charges were made by Investigating elf,, Mrs. N. J. Hatcher and two campaign' bul lna and Uterarur Ihna. II
pro 0)11IIII1w Claw of hill, Other rmen, except under anal
with such Carlos Deason'f own authority Sit Strong. Occupy New Unit Soon era, Willie Jetlerson and Jimmy offlcen were dna Peed Partner are available free to all lnt.real original "compound r' offensewhich latchcr of Hlnmn: his mother,, (now Mrs. l'ton was shelved last year. The Mrs. Richardson. firs. IJlll llntcher, Thnmanvllle, Kngtandl. vice president; Flow, sound, nnaervaUve natlinal. administration. mil apply to IhnM wed fish Innilles
I Mrs. William
defense Is also expected to takeon ;a.. tour sisters ,' fir Morris I Mrs. Lyman llama 'user of water In the courtly
a new look, being geared to a The people down at the Health a.>rd, Thumasvllle Mn Olanlumley nf gunman, Ga I secretary; Glen\ The movement to set up a localOnldwater mil included In the managxment
more aggressive type with loU of Heads County Department will be moving: Into Lamar MasseyOn Baixmlon TalUhmwr, Ga., Mrs and Mn Kid Klmnr: hinting, Jr., Bl. IVters- Miller heaikjtairlen ......
stun tint. new quarters Just any day now. ley Jerrell, inirg, tre.aiu enpUlmd inn July
They
I and Initialed of
Cancer : T Vines, Mnullrie, Ga was ( by a group Wulrv
Coaches Deacon and Leslie, SocietyMrs. Dr. B. D. Blackwelder. directorof Chat'chee wo brother Tom ll !lcher, t>ue- May, Quincy. sergeant al arm ey'i yuingor matrons and wainilhuiuaaUivlly 1, 1963 ate dollar of tlw I |1 uwmw
Jones are both pleased with the Lanler Richardson was the Gadwkn County Health. Department \m. Ga., and Jesat I llnlcher, Alwny Other metniien of Ih* class taken up by their fix has been art said. In a trust
bustle and moral of the squad elected president of the Gadoden told the Board of Coun- Ga.Cilfof. _hit* had aa lla motto "Wla praising the two co-captains Doyle County Unit of the American Cancer ty Commlaiiimer Tuesday morning Town Council II better than elides," won: meeting at the Jitflerat ', lug Improvement program.

Forehand and Hugh Thompson Society at a lun heun-meetIng In ito Courthouse that even Lamar Majsiey, 'ChaWnhiMrtieedniKgist William I>. llaKgetL U O. Hair I'kniaa an last Saturday mornIng V Through the years |..... Tab
for their part In working with. at the Jefferson House Moo- though It would be a while yet Quincy'eceives claw, Glenn ttmar fan-Ing, Jr, R a steering& ('.cnnmllt wauelected has pmluoed excellent: flah
the squad. I before the' new Health Center was elected to member M. nr *s. James It Campbell., in formulaic plan and tug: fur ban, bream, crappie'
Several surprise so far have Other officers and committee would be fully quipped, he and ship on the Chattahooche Town Koheri Andrew Campbell Arthur raIN toasts In carry on Ih* .bawl .-k/eil pent andquin raUlah.
been second stringer and sophomore chairmen named for the coming his staff were' ready to move the Count] In an election held Tuesday Award Cirry. Jr, William Neal Uavta work and to cxithliut In flee ..apetw With an IrxTNunt kmiwlmlg In
Arthur Munroe making a year are: vice president Will old furniture and equipment and In that West Gudadrn. city Torn Walann Grady Maxwell );d. .e nf the Nalkswl lleaikniarrrs. film soil their eating habits II was
positive bid for first team quarterback Ramsey of Chattahoochee: sec set up shop In the new building Reelected for another The City of Q1.n M. Haw-" C'uMrllailluns may b* sent mml that the slMirroniprM withhre.nt
In competition with Hank retary Mrs. O. V. McPherson; I "I can just hang up one of my term wa Ita twelfth "ItdcKtrtsn Sato- kin, urge W. Illnaey, J,., M Mrs. Urn ikartlvk I'- O. Ihu : fur their fm>1. This, plus
Burnett who had been out of pads treasurer, Gene Nixon; education shirts over" my office window fur Dr. Kenneth iUchardsun. Mr. t y Award" for the fifth connecuIve .I James Ray Long Wllllain Hugh "43, f"Iuhlt" ). be fact thai shad are usually verynumrnma

aU of last week, thus not having a chairman, Mrs. Dewey Johnson .; privacy, commented Dr. Black- Massey will fill the two year Vi.. t year by tho AmeriiMi Auto' Malone, Waller W. Manlry, Ia All pet* i* tinkling ".-. and pnivlil. an abun i
Chance to prove himself. ; service chairman Mrs. AI.brrt welder. ,essay created by the resignation. r nubile Aaaocintion. aid T. May, Juhn Allen' It-Inn, principles or views, or desiring shone of laid. fur liaaa and crap.
Another sophomore Winston Kohnke; publicity chairmen Commissioner T 1. Maxwell ,of Unrsey Smith who was nominated One other I'It11n Quint.,'. pnpilatiun lUynvnd C SanliMtl, Jr, 0Miy Is louse more annul d.. UUUMlnvolv I ,the, led to Ih* dlKwwry thai by
Chester moved from quarterback Irs. Richardson, Mrs. Jack Dudley made a motion that Dr Black-I a* a member of th* C.ad. bracket take City, did Shaw J<1M Allen Imlth, Thinas d In Ih* miming NaUuiaJelmlkm reusing the shad mmiher It was
to guard is also looking good at of Havana and Mrs. Elizabeth welder after conferring with Thomas ,den County ward of Commlaakav not have a rvdnlrian traffl tae William ftJornm, Charte II are ennaingnd hi irate .puaalkl Ui stimulate th* Bah
this point. Chason, Chattahoochee; medical Reed Gadaden County Hospital I ers In time May prlmarke. H le twill In 1563.Qulney's Somsier, llayne* Thiaiipaun, W. no one bawl "heackjiiarlen.Th "n bile and pnivklo flare fond fir
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The backs are promising, but advisor Dr. J, W. Sapp, Havana; administrator, and Dan D'Alem- lake office on October 6. pi need more speed. Walter Dover memorial chairman, Miss Sarah berte, former purchasing agent Mr. MaUl'Y, tli* ton\ of Mr and ,"a UDflcr u direction/ of CaptI. Walah, t>wttt Watson quarters[ were much ncuuraipi When' a large build up of tui--: :
has been moved from QB to halfback Key; crusade chairman, Mrs. for the Florida Slat Hoapital, advertise 'Mr*. Cordy Maiuey, of Quint, II I. W. Ruaarll of the Public Hale1 Jr. J. Howard" Woodward, Klleen by a number uf oul-olaiale IransMita was dls< to bolster their ranks. Be- ouise Blackburn, Havana, and for bids for equipment and ,well known her where he was t t>|mrtmrnl. This Is Uw first Arnold, I'sulln Arnold jells u...- paaalng on Highway" 10 was" decided Usan aiplli| ....11I i at
cam of his speed and good Mrs. M. C Sexton Chattahnochee. umtshlngs for the new Health :born and reared II. II the president ward., mad sine the rhang fmn trite Baas, IVnii- Opal flack, Ada who said that they were eager to 06 parts per mlllkai U rotmunawould
hands, Dover will I b* used both Named to the Buard of Directorsare Center. It was seconded< by Com- of the West Fkirida l-harnv t he Police Department to ttteutdic Mrs Ikiwman, Mary Ida Capell, cue gmuin OnMiiulkmal government .b* applied to rtuc the
as a flanker and a running back. Dr. B. D. Blackwelder, Mrs. missioner E. Perry Woodward. ..1.t'llral1IUOII and a member I' Safety U'partnMnt. Mary Mildred Clark, Mary Franrrs reward In this country. nuinben of aha Mrs. Fred Kibllka It was emphasized that the coat : X the CMMutlle. was trmlnl. In I Ml samples
Neal Davis, an experienced Arthur Cbrry < enecvttv committee The award" was mad to Qulny 'the oWalnrd anti"'itolilU slithers
halfback and very capable offensively lie Rev. Guy Wade, Mrs. Harbert of the equipment and furnishings ,< the Florida State Iliarmairu- ,.' Mayur' iron t:, Weaver by Pal IAII.n Davis Beanie and lapel| buttiai showed shad mmpriant abmit IS
and defensively has Gregory, Mrs J. & Lamb Mrs.C. should nut exceed 111,500. j tical Association He Is married I'aiich nf me American Autumnilc Maxln tMckmann (pal LllaaMhrUrr -- ._. ---. :per sent i4 the total fish popula: *
tine speed and is expected to make E. Jackson, Mn. H. S. Hancock The new Cadsden County Health I to the former Mia lukla Mount AaanHatiiin. IU also was : Willie IV* (iriffln. Mart. nun Tm treatment resultedn/
the big play this season. Mrs. Jimmy Smith and Center 20-raom structure located I* Qulnry. They are the parents rprMeMIng the Drpartmrnl oj lUrrtaan Pauline Herring r>n- 'Get To Work'Exchange a kill of 900,0(10 puunda <4 shad.

Coming along at his new position Irs. Francis Hlgglna. behind the puat off at In ,at three children, Lynn I, Kenneth Ithltc Safety of Flurkl*. ravine Hill. Lams Kerwrn 11-4- and samples lak a the Idliiwlrc
la Doyle Forehand, 240 Chairman of the nominating iuincy\ will serve the entlr county I I, and Rebecca i. shajld man, Mary Alice Jnyner, I'aullne Told spring Imllraled tot mail
pound converted tackle now running committee was Mrs. Fred Kibu- and (contain offlcel for theH "Tii* norms of Qutmy Kmney, Mary Margaret Land 1 up wily 12 per rent the pp
U fullback. good ka. _tlKv a as Iris TB ha man proud of (he iwnrd eaihUshed Drwllla lee, Mary Emily Uuh ''\>l off your dull./ quit ,Utkm.i.

blockcr\ and tough o Mheaae, but Following lunch the outgoing Bailey To Head t, by the PuMir gaiety font, Kulh l...jvlna May, t.lhel griping set get down Id wink.aa ''.. the treatment hi 1MI.
Mrs. Blackburn fftcUl, of the Oty of Quincy, Olive .. the stirring rhallpnn hurled :had numbers have mntlnuallyIwrraartf
his main handicap will be lack president, per United Fund Sets l.ynelt McAlptn, AuguataMilihell
c C..tea..d w has T..' sided. During the business aea- Holley TeamIn Mr. Pauch stated. Foy Catherine Mltchrll, .1 the {.(Chang* Club and list until went samples I
aim officers gave yearly reporta. I Fkmlna "' ''m., Edits Ikmnl people of the gulnry area by WIt U_ >...* w .... TOld ... I
Mrs. Ruth Nelliun. executive Initial MeetingAn I County At the Theatres Newhrm, Marguerite Owns Mna bars fkakmn' of WCNII last WedImlay I
Kiwanis Honors director of District 1. Tallahassee, Pearl Partner Kara lies ,
orientation for the
announced that the District conference J94-1J61 United meeting Fund drive will lama Halley, Qulrr> bllAl nMi- This Week layra J<4innl. Please Peens, lnlr<.""lIwd .by program chairman Letter Is

Little LeaguersAt would meet October 29 be held Munday, Sept. 21 at I man, has ben named '....h.len Sarah UlaaMh llarr., Annie Douglas Owens, Uulaiin

Moods'unc the KIwanis and the annual state convention ,:10 p m. IH the Gadaden< County I ICouI'1houw. County Campaign Chairman '"fClarll'l Af the Leaf Theatre belay Is ,Catherine llttman, Mary Goo,. .spit uf his Initial Impreaalni nfMmry Made AvailableFor
would meet In Orlando, October Operation Pettlraal' aiamng irud lima, tat Rmlth Margaret flve pests agu when h*
Club had a* guests of "honor according to Francis I R. (ball y, Rrpubliivnrubemalorlal
.-17, Vivian
McCall who la the chairman of (dry Grant and Testy" Dolts and Jan Smith Margaret n"l arrived a eumniunlly tonn.
the club' Ultl League tram I mmlnee "'PIllow Talk" starring Rot IMm Smith Marcia Thomasibin and beautiful churches: a Publication
and eoachea, who were 1M Senior DeBord Attends the All drive for business this year men will b* Rny Gainer, Mat' '.ampalgnmanager II and Dorl Day Warring Fro Ma TtoU. Marsh Thrrraa Walsh'raves clean town with no gartwi lying

League Little =*: Kiwanis I Ifeatl'd asked county to attend this meeting to for ,.iw,. roa/k. the d la, In* all dept will be 'Th. Care / ,(015M War and OMflrmlc aruM .- an attractive btwlnrv Th blowing .Inter was written

In regular season play, FLBA MeetingFrank familiarize themselves with this 'ImftUlk'f'fJ1f't1ot\ Bailr> 's apHntment "rthaggrn"' WlUla.Thtaw area around the squar > 11 win, no Iou record. program. last years drive fell I at I gathering nf suppnrten Athtt lllll Drtve-ln Friday Inlerealnt ran contact II* draeribrd a .f""". who" were T. Sluiced (4 Cumhrm"
posting Dorm a James. City Recreation U DrBurd lair president far short of Ita goal and this years : al the Jrffrmn I tan* In .nd Saturday will bt .Who's I Her Inn ,.."..* t Director was also a guest of the, of th* Federal Land Bank leaden are hoping for a mint'Juinry( Jut Friday aftemixi tinting the *w." with' Jerry IrmatV *r suggrMrti nwwhn a p..*4 who had nmlfnts .....'I1he Site prnpiDinrf
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I Association of Mariama haa recently I mar succrmful drive. Bailey" Mated thai prectnethairrnm I wets and 'Taranolac ,..11... I -- juat gene IhftiuKh a \ttmnt ware arm araund Qulnry.
Club. for the honoring orcaa- returned from a meetingof : The drive will brgtt on Tur- fig thr campaign would .<4 Ibavlay will..b.. Th fcnuietIrte and had farmed a tfimry Unttnmrnl The original letter la In the
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lion Speaker wa* Fred Hatfleld. FSU the Federal Land Bank Asdatkm's day frpiemher 22. ha_annmaved JaW .pluThe_VMnrt Yeas I -Ray Program : Corpiralkin and a wild "haute of a friend at II.... Joseph
Baseball Coach and former major StorkhntoVn' Committee ...- i4wmlirr U aenmrre Yoking 'My In Iliila/k-lphia.. and It I N
league baseball player. Hat- of The Federal Land Bank Termed Success!lit inkjstry. t+, ony harf .atabLaral :hnajgh th* rmrlrsy nf Mn. tftiyfIwl
reminisced about his pnteaSMnal of Columbia held to Columbia OBAuguM are of OV. .intiinn Mee Wlr It rawlr avalUhb.,
field days and U, 1M4. r ra ....,.twna W ir**. And things wr ties, K*ienI
baseball playing
far the most part ot his Mr. DrBord has served on the The enunfywVI fIN thaw Xny kwIing up.'Five have delayed writ to yeu
managing esmdtalad In August :
H t Ulustraled the value of connmltte.a a number of ycara program years later f find worry 'mortis kmtrr than I Intond
talk.
the
Utile League his son'\ his by and was re-elected kita term of 'i lid'" by 0.Uaamy Ca tadn Health Oajnty Urpartrrotand Tubrrri*. watery and apathy, |air1a>m 'K|. the iwMm of it bee< In the
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.b* had ta two years by the Florida Federal .te4. 'mnll nut4 bust tl trawl, until Iwtml
the prlvUege 1frmisurrM
relating Yaw AaanrUrtkM a
meeting and playinglnany c*tck wilt land bank aaaorlatim at their -' *. 4.TM X-ray waa* wen* mad Work will waive (........i Daiavyi thu plan, and s of basebalL 1N4 district canfrrencs In Tam r backward IIav. Mrs .ter. f .have .buss
of the great stars SMfnlAKty plogreaaM
TV** having any ampfe-tra
Mr. Defined haa spent Ma liar mvfui kvi al
Mickey Mantle pa. seal MKjtvtftf st'g
Ted WUliama. .1/1I will h I...l6d Bimugk thHraJih e nhiaininc sew kwkiciry
.w acrtnitar. lie reared tmn awl* and trying to make. myUKffiMlntH
bun BkeIh oj, .....
etc:, didn't thrill Drpaitinent wlihm tutwwka. the many .II pchb
tile lull Cwenrsrjoo !Srrvtc .IM. with me*) and ttungn .
ant pint of Little Leagu b* I Itiraip I Ivma we wx fare, h* III-a. '
r Slit nsMtry In .letter tohjui.
IIIDft my
Playing\ -
ever played. meeting war.Federal Land Bank AssortadoiiDtothrt I awtstlAg' with l>* maw lean CharlMtiai, | pee
than
Important M him KatfleidMd CnmmitHea provtrt* lit drive wm 4 H nwfnbvr Candy Fire Destroys lie? a ahnrt rasa( of ouf sale
rte Stan of the gam- near tat acOv. parttdpaim to "lkrs,,"Ti. llrim t) mnnnnOub matures sal eboervataris up toha
an the Uttte Leaguer waited they. tile cooperative bad tank tjnlna I memhm, Kjitnttm Gone. Tobacco BarnA > tunai I weds to her. W,lee
could do anythtaC they would wort .by the FLBAa. 1M carter awnrtsof -.r.n d tie <*awry WanwM tCW .. loon ChartMtin we beak the
do. as I lass a* they the next the system, .to aV. inc with Mkaal k -In : tp > two the Human and ProfawKMl lnf, ro barn en trw farm d raw...... to Auguiia wale I
a IM harder al Mss proI>WIM and anpalaUni al. Won*. Rala* lU'naoki of in* ProM .poverty strirkMi sanity au mar
fpO Ir. This Int'tIIrWIP C a ma- fK1\JIC the aaanrtattor and tilt The *p>.inr1r .....1INIrII'tIIII''It 'Asset (bnun silly was dot!">.< ,eve. nuntr4 save InKhrfn a
jar ...... *.*r. want kwyeratcver lit k a* Fedrral lend banks. She. to thank wry n> l>" by Or TkM ynsi might The coramtttf* eonatoW rf ehtmrrnhen ate spbwfid tHirnfr and re- irwka diets Dw CrMwabnm and MMI to Musts II tonally amrtlnuniai
or accompuah ta We. vlerled by tile Federal r ,Mid ih* publie l. bay (Irs.tmaaOwls .">nnry Fir OfaiitrMrM rrtpnt4 puw-harrm, h*.npml >
At the rloa of the nvertnc, lfa.taw.t w Pea' ...' aa Rests drftvod Irani the rat were taiaMt to save Ito ,> with irmummM* iwanip,
Manager Jm ten Herring and Dive) a/ei.l hive wipcnA the Keep Mrartun.Tract1. frog ptft". ........ there I is
Ciwnwald made a lew krtrl to* ForiMtrf Report C "': quJpnwnf, hay and'ail am mlitary rU* ......tInn

matt and Mradund nwaataaaftnpmented die playen Th Gad less Oiunty Forest a." Ca4an (".....y I 11 fir *f the food we,* aka Inal \IIhe blaJ 10 b* *won and ant tarn this I

tottxrtuk. n. and ferric "18'a tnt w Yt Ytw fbinda cwntira with the hlajhnlrM ..... had aaj ksifif If iiiunpo orVM. 'w I* of any sort The dutanc* IfIM
aO ft* piayvr* s :. st the fut arm tTl Mtambn 1 W' h. ii *f TB. ( II Is unrlmKnd duU 0. dwns MM Auftota I Ie I wryMnrhnm
MrMI
eiMabl %
aim wads ) Mw1 I tow, tt I* built almi twnrely
4 woods ftre* maw January 1 (. wa* partially mitered by as--
tune tlutaaj dims adds M to U. fcornsni Woman Cl-bbrd aseu ups sew street. upswlwk
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J. MARTIN BUYS O.1. ..acres.,.,nodal Nupibrr Mrs some of take.vaditn sjnt : 7Jtb ANNIVDtSARY TU Quinqr State Bonk oleerred ... 7Sth
TEN ANGUS CATTLE aga taUM IT, ..... 111 I T1aw.dcrJ BOOB wtfh thAt aa nredna of a historical pIoqtMe. i. Shows !roes M to rtablerT Tfc. CJMTMIV IV.M ef thIjuiary n* mil lone and Sully ere ,....
W __'. fir wU sue LABOR DAY ,awl' yards .... All th* bulH.no .
J t. Maria. QIIIary.I]y ore MIL M. W, PoO Mann> widow erf the lot* Mr. T Munroe .., MO. '
... Club The Kir Israel Read and JackUS I II spas tar Krwt. er yearly
fa inlay al km sw *
mMeral Aura. KaaafaB. to teQutorrarM Monroe olIN Oulnqr .Skit Bonk: Kit wife. M/a.
furctiaaed week -.M .1 -: Bradler eiacuQv rice fxeakUnt War wits lie ""*'*"" kit r Hughes Pool win be opmadir I all are .bandarm beak boMaea.'ror .
cow and aa Ateiu III'IIIIuII I dole the paw.1' "--.Ii art;tauatjatn Monroe- Mra. N. B. Jordan.Milkm. widow oi OM of the format lank: pctvldamto; L D. Mo "li si Bassist ... tdW All ai >ngb Lahur 1M,. IJIrbill ; Aucuata to rhattahnnrlM

taste.a' mm. W. T. *(bttas. Bkntt p X Qutoej Slat Bank j wesld fst and Mr*. McMiOan, Pk cM by Marta ,Doers are sped r ...... I laG WIll k* cluMl lor the mamma ICwss.N wNa Teal


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Saluting agriculture throughout the itate Governor Farris
Bryant proclaims September 13-19 as FARM BUREAU
WEEK in Florida. Showing approval of the Governors

action are, from left, E. H. Flnlayson Greenville, president
of the 33.000-member Florida Farm Bureau Federation;

\ Hon. Doyle Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture; Mis.
George W. Munroe, Quincy, chairman ot the FFBF's
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\ Women's Program; and T. X. McClane, Jr., Gainesville,
FFBF executive vice president. A state-wid. membership
drive will be conducted during FARM BUREAU WEEKto

bring more agriculturists into the organization, recognized
1a as the "Voice of Agricultur.."


GARDENINGIN one unit again with steel rods
and tumbuckles.
Remove decayed trees that are
FLORIDA weak to hold up under the strain
of a storm. This action will save
By Hnrvry Sharp Editor you grief later.

Florida Agricultural Extontlon Trees are not apt to crush a
1i Sun toe house if they succumb to a big
fwA Ceo blow. Usually, as the soil becomes -
serves to remind us that
soggy and wind stronger,
the
hurrlcan season is here.!
4Aw the trees! fall gently against the
r This brings to mind that trees dwelling. If the trees lean against
and men have one thing! in common the bouse during the first half of
they often are exposed to the storm' this is an asset. The
the fury of a lady. trees men serve as a prop to hold
The human-type till may be the house snuggly and safely dun
caused by arguments over a perm ing the second half of the blow.
anent wave. But without a doubt, Actually a hundred-mile-pep.
; tree trouble starts with an easter hour wind is not as dangerous as
ly wave. I it sounds If necessary measuresare
Men have the choice of going taken before the wind reaches
to Viet Nam when a storm begun gale force! plus retreating' indoors
yK.
'edov brewing around their 'home, because while the unwelcome lady
they may find it easier to I is taming around outside.If .
.v face bullets. than fight a domestic I your' home Is located In an
battle. area that might be flooded, you'llbe
But trees have no choice. They given ample notice to evacuate
must face the full fury of a lady hours before the storm reaches .
without being able to strike back. your area. Otherwise there
Usually the ,tonn', first provocation is no safer place than in a well-
In to soak the rotting, built home.
moss-filled tree branches. Next, Soon as the storm Is past It is
the windy lady slaps the soggy a good idea to Inspect the trees
mass to the ground with a dull and other plants around the house.
thud which puts the home owner's Usually all the plants win show
nerves on edge.So signs of wind damage. But witha
s inspect your trees for dead little trimming, propping and
branches that seem to be ready resettling of root systems, nearlyall
to tall. Also look for dead plants that were shaken loom
branches mat are firm but brittle. from the ground can be salvaged.
ii A gust of hurricane-force wind Following a hurricane there
can snap an arm-size branch fmm are nearly always a few bright
a tree and send It at missile sunny days Use these days to
speed through a picture window. dry out and tidy up around the
A low.hanging branch over a houie. In no time at all you will

There imt much music coming out of that horn. But one tiling cerTHE CHURCH FOR ALL. winds roof can run wreck turn havoc.the limb Powerful Into a erase signs of the big blow. _

ALL FOR THE CHURCH tool of destruction. This tool ran
tarn: this little fellow i> making plenty of noise. remove, slate! shingles as easily
The Church the greatest factor SEPTIC TANK
sealer
I If it happens to be Sunday morning, when the family sleeps late, this! on earth for the building of character u_lea.a Bah can remove E'RVJCEii

sturdy musician Isn't going to receive much praise. His lungs are strong, and food ritisenahip. It Is a storehouse limbs Removing Is a good dead Idea and even oule if-place there,

though, and he's going to sit thero and toot that trumpet until Mom or oI.lpII'1tualMI,Without a is no storm alert. Such pruning! I
strong Church neither democracy is necessary for eye appeal.'
Dad take it away from him. nor civilisation un survive. There ran-hke fungus I growing on the.
side of a tree trunk indicates rotten
All of his playmates are at Sunday School. BO you really can't Name are four sound reason why every I spots that need attention. A.I|
should attend services I ,
person regularly Platte made by a woodpecker, damage
Urn for trying to while away the idle hours. Unfortunately, his parents and support the Church.They by earlier storms or the

haven't got the Church-going habit, so this boy will probably grow up like an:((1)For his own sale.(2)For his II start gauge rotten of an spots.auto bumper can I,

them and sleep away the hours In which he could be getting spiritual nour cJ ldJea'. sake. ((3)) For the sake of The auto-made wound ran easily
his community and nation. ((4) For I\ be tilled with a water-tight\ VACUUM CLEANED
ishment. the sake of the Church itself which material. as It Is not more than REPAIRED
kneeling height. But other rotting:
You've got the right Idea, Gabriel Wake them up to their respenJl8ldahllJllCll'alaDdmatftialaupplrl.. areas will require experience: at,
0 go regularly climbing to dizzy heights on a1 I L 627-8403 I
sibility teed your Bible daily. trembling ladder. staving the
know-how ot a dentist is aim
helpful. Often it Is cheaper In Nights 1274861

_=. .8ieartirss e.e.e{ ,Le.,"""'" arg,Y. to the handle long run the to tree-top call a professional jobs. 'i QUINCYVAULT

Some older trees" with Y-shaped
crotches often are prone to cleave I CO.
': apart, Check the trees In this i
Bandar Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday '
If place
Daniel Daniel Lake Lake Matthew Matthew P&atow category. necessary VAULTS MONUMENTSMAINLINE
I temporary props In the appropriate I
8:1U9: 9:18-23 1:8-19 1:26.23 17:1-8 18:7-14: 16:1-11 j places or make the tree, DRIVE
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CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER HAS BEEN FOUND GUILTY

OF MURDERING MR. HIGH FOOD PRICES IN QUINCYThe

jury(the food shoppers of[Gadsden County) after seeing the staggering evidence on display last week in CASEY'S DISCOUNT
FOODLINER, quickly reached a verdict of "guilty." The jury deliberated for only a second before reaching the verdict.A .

, reporter interviewed friends of Mr.High Food Prices,Mr.Stamps,Mr. Coupons and Mr. Gimmicks who are always present in
other supermarkets in Gadsden County,to get their comments. They turned"Red"with anger and told our reporter, they are not allowed -
I in CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER because of their everyday low discount prices.

I, Remember-you lick no stamps,clip no coupons and have no gimmicks to confuse you when you shop at CASEY'S. !

I SAVE EVERYDAY COMPARE SAVE CASH!
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SWIFT'S PREMIUM
FLA.or GA.GRADE"A"WHOLE 4
HAMS $229CLUB BREASTLEGS lb. 39c "

STEAKS lb. 79c lb. 35c FRYERSib.
HICKORY SMOKED TABLEHITE
I SLICED BACON lb. 49cSWIFT RIB lb.
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'."' \'\\", ,-.,...,.: ICE Gallon Half 39PILLSBURY LEMONADEa lOc
'\ "T. U.S.NO.1 MILK
HANDY PAK CRINKLE CUT
1LETTUCE or BALLARDBISCUITS POTATOES 2';. 29'

Heads I.cttq. 10C c FISH IBo .
EXTRA FANCY CALIFORNIA 5 9'
TOMATOES 21bs.39c 4 -For 29c STICKSMIRACLE


. COFFEE 69BRIQUETS KRAFT WHIP r 39'

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Ba88c SAUCE IOL' 33'STOKELY


PARTY PEAS 2 J:. 49c GOLD CREAM CORN J:. 29PORK '
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand PRIDE IN TIIEIK PRODUCT new jobs. The city pelsonMrecfr I The Beatles win l still be extractIng .!(i r local merchant, should also tee
( >r has Instructed the brad wild squeals! from teen-aged i member that all sales are made
continuing (A municipal departments. to "n: by individual ictallm.
admirers. DoGauIle will IUD be
THE CHATTAHOOCHEt TRIBUNE up your sleeves and get to work' "f.MI Even when demand for a prod.
Published each Thursday at It a. Madison Street on Us task. looking down his nose at !the rest uct has been created by general
A Jells H f""rrv NfwtnaptrISTABIJSHCD \\J\ This contrasts with President t at the world and dreaming o( I advertising the consumer needs
IB01 Johnson's Instructions to his cab i France as a dominant world pow & nt de additional Information before be
Quincy Florida net: "I am delrrmined to boldfederal L
Khrushchev mil be
er. Issuing acts.Only
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/pO ofY employment to the inlnimum the advertising of the individual -
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pale 0u''Y rlmde required to conduct tin, threats and warnings one day; loral retailer answer details
On. Veer t3.00 Two Venn (5 60 SIS Months tl.7J 0 pubh'' business effectively, and J: and making peace overtures the Butch on where, how, and when' a
.. M\' asked the Secretary of Agrlrultun ., next. Our socallcd allies will By product may be obtained. No advertising .
L. Ilutchluton ..__....._ PtibltthtDor ,
n and the 01 continue to sell trucks and other
: Secretary Meat is a food for which the Is complete until the
Carmas __ _____ Adeaws4 all4 N4p ... Interior who normally employ a equipment to Cuba Congolese will demand would seem to be stable. consumer' hu this information.
oonttnue to murder missionaries,
goat many people at this time of
said "A
One market operator ,
Bobby Baker will continue to
he year, to be very careful ii
bank cold cash. The Nets woman wants a certain kind at A fast draw
(the people> they put on In the good with a bow and
will continue meat at a certain time or Ihf'dorM'I. arrow might be
NATIONAL next few months. to gain publicity as ." difficult but It's
EDITORIAL the world's worst baseball team. considered a -ji Just the same
"Tio PajsTTTiin Women will still be arrested for A study by the U. S. Depart-l In Florida's wildlife regulations
!IAS $ Lv expansion of the public Rowing[ fashion's dictates and meat of Agriculture Indicalet that the term "gun" refer to hot--
ptyroU is regarded U a vies In the statement I II far from accu-
Q appearing on our beaches In tar guns, rides, pistols, air guns, gas
/ Y, Washington but: u a virtue In less bathing IUI,.. Jimmie Huffs rate. Rnearch of the Department guns, Uow guns, crossbows, and
0N New York. This Is especiallypuzzling will still be appealing! and teamsters hurt year showed mat newspaper bow and arrows.
i since the national administration will still be footing the bill. advertising Increased the inlet ------
:: and the city admin Poverty will still be what it bas nf lamb 26 per cent In six dU.... '
Iklratitm In New York are generally always been. Unidentified landlords Toil dramatic IncreaM wasat-
Time To Hold Fast regarded as sharing a common will continue to raise rents (anted when general advertising Floor Covering
poliliral philosophy. on sub-standard living quartersand was related' to the advertising of
This $ The plot gets even thlrkeiwhrn contribute to human misery \local merchants. tachidtaa rondo*
!. no time to uproot our established, fair and \ Is dlwovmd that New

effective Immigration policies, and let down the barriers York "Xpccts"it to finance Its ex- and like the juveniles rising, crime political rate bosses; but alone Through, the" research general Indicated advertising that I InUid Unoltum rubber

In a noble gesture to all dissatisfied! humanity.In .I :pairton: of city: employment with will see to It that their namesnever the sale of lamb increased anaverage TinfL eerkCounter
with funds supplied I by the federal government In print and nothing of ten per cent
view of the nation' preoccupation unemployment Moreover this will be appear' ,
will be done to make them give For many retailers the study Top
the related and continuing advance of automation under a recently enacted HIsnoiunrrd even token Improvements. IP the wily confirmed previous
and the "war on poverty"; and In the light of the by the Juluwon Administration slum housing they wax fat on. Horn. Grocers have long

multiple Federal program with budget a* high a* a : -Art the of 1984 Knonomlc, popularly Oppnrtunlty American taxpayers will oar that newspaper advertising COIIvlL"1 Work
rinse to be taken for more and move a surplus of ham \
billion dollar (for the poverty war), we can think of no known as the anti-poverty law. more, and their contributions will 'beef or chicken at any
Greater disservice than to invite an indiscriminate and There seems to be some !bxonnntptiry here.The -. sccompllnh .ten and 1_ Uncle time. Department stares AH Type

vastly expanded global ux of all kind and condition In the economic has rejectedthe Ram will continue seeking friend- the same can be accomplishedon :
LABOR DAY-1964 IA administration ship by throwing money from hellto all kinds of goods. I ItheTheDco Expert Installation
of humanity. idea that we can make the breakfast. Sukarno and Nasser most significant result of
Favored among the various) pending bill that would country prosperous by hiring federal will take all they ran get and of Agriculture)I'1kJl' '
at the Mxpayeh'aeapenxe.
employee hen laugh like Uttle Audry as study ass up the Importance
accomplish this national calamity 1 Ia that proposed by the But It Is providing fundsto
the welfare they switch to Iron Curtain coun- of selling 1 and toe SHE BLITCH
late President Kennedy and presently being pushed by payments, cautioned a newspaperman local governments which they tries for more of the same. The operation between distributors and -
President Johnson. This measure would outlaw the notional friend. "Every election day, they dutifully! march down tithe can une to hire people as a Sphinx will continue to wear his rnern t anti. I II ..G..wr.. .l.wt t
polling place and vote for the candidate who promises means of fighting poverty inscrutable smile and the CoastGuard It Is not enough to ay that Mil 1I.0IIDI1\
origin quota system of the existing McCarran and YM make sense out of this., will continue to capture All sales are loral." The nalonat -I
to continue increase the
Walter Act, which for a dozen years ha kept new admissions payments. And 483, ant.Castro arms and ammunition advertiser! as well u the
proportional to the ethnic pattern of our coun 573 voles give him a pretty good running start In the Too Late from Cuban patriots who are seek- - -
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tally. log to overthrow Castro while the
try. Further, it would virtually double the admissions CIA provides arms and ammunl-I
authorized under existing quota Two-hundred year ago a keen-thinking professor In To tim to other Cubans who hope to:
Scotland observed that a democracy could survive only] Classify accomplish the same end. How
In destroying the present quota system, the Admin. until the public understood that it could vote itself large The Supreme Court will connue -'

titration bill would let down the bar to warm oi out of the public treasury. By RiiMnll. Kay to throw monkey wrenches

Asiatic and African a* unprepared for America at One wonders what the good professor would say If It Is difficult to write an IntdIgent will in the go machinery stark staring and mad politicians In an many hats

we are for them. And It would likewise push aside our he had to help pay the taxes for carrying those 483,571 column for a mall\ service effort to please their constituents
major barrier to the Invaalon of an eager army of spies,, the dole. that will not be published for and at the same time stand firm
persons on after It Is released
several days order.
for law and does
saboteurs and lubvenlve dedicated to the Kremlin'spledge
Right now for example I am The average dtisen will go your
to bury us. up to my ears In the Democratic about his business, muddled and,
Even under the present Act which I fa eminently loll QUINCY invention but by the time this confused lie Is living from day
readies print the political orgy U day In hopes that everythingwill telephonewear
and generous and basically effective, loophole permit CALENDAR OF EVENTSA vlll be over. We will know who work out all right. Maybe he I
the admission of far too many Immigrant outside of the he vice presidential candidate will vote it It doean't rain, or

quota But the Administration bill further enlarge the Community Service by the will Alabama be, dclcgntes what Mississippi did !and what and nothing else tntrferes.READY l

area oi arbitrary admission and give control to a boardof happened at Pearl Metis's
politician *o that total immigration could quickly Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce. 627-8S1I pal'tit'S. i

exceed a million a yearl! Thursday, September 3- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida I After doubt an if the there fireworks will !be are much over MIX

We can think of nothing more cynical than to bewail State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. change In tin situation. No more
the plight of our jobless and weep cosily tear for than after the San FYancuvoinvention. CONCRETE
our own undernourished and underprivileged, and at Friday, September Alcoholics Anonymous & ALAnon We will still have to I

the very same time to pursue !the prospect of making our Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; chase watrr between and there Johnson will and still Gold-be What else can help you shop, visit, do
Shrine Club, 7:30 Klttrell's Restaurant; Carmine
situation Infinitely worse sociologically, economically p.m. picket lines strikes, juvenile de-
and with to national and defense. It I II high, Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter, 9 -12. Post Office. nqucncy, demonstrations. Anvr- business check up on baby sitter, spread
respect unity trans will continue to die In VietNam CONCRETE : good new. fart? It means so much and wets
time that we tell our Senator and 'our Congressman I Monday, September 7Labor Day. Schedule may be the United Nations will still so little to keep a telephone within easy reach.

personally and In writing what we think and before changed. Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; be broke, Greece and Turkey BLOCK
will still be at each others throats
a vote can be taken. I Canning Center, 8 5; American Legion, John W over Cyprus, Castro will still be 4f#

Shaw Poet No. 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home; Pups Hear In Cube, the Congo

Tuck Bill Is The AnswerNo Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30, R.A.M., will men still, The be State a grand Department and glorious\will *

Tal-Mar-Quln Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; still be telling us everything is Oakland Concrete N rs peL

schoolboys all probability, ever shuffled more Social Security Representative 9:30: a.m.. Courtroom coming up roses. The Pentagonwill Products
still be assuring us that we Company
reluctantly to school, than will our solons back to the Courthouse. are stronger than AJax. Politicians -
Capitol after the Democratic exercises In Atlantic Cityto will froth at the mouth and Jules Bosttck and
Tuesday, September 87- Canning Center. 8 5; Rotary call each other double-dyed Uars John Thomson Co.The
renew" a session they reasonably expected (In a Presidential ; ; m Quincy Telephone .
Club, 1 p.m.. Jefferson House; Blue Lodge 8 p.m., and the merchants will be reminding ,bans XAfct T-40M
election )) would have sine dU
adjourned
year Masonic Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers us that there are only i
since. could be so days before ChriatmajL
long "Practically nothing more depressing many
7:30: p.m., Club House, Shadow Street
to the Representative (all of whom must run) and

those Senator (a third must run) whose political lives Wednesday, September 9- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m.,

depend on getting In some good licks at home before Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, KittreU's Restaurant;

November 3 especially those whose opposition has Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter

already taken to the hustings. I Post Office; Canning Center, 85.

There could therefore, be a climatefor
hardly
poorer
.
Thursday, September 10- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida
deliberate and statesmanlike consideration of the
State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. r
shattering Impact the apportionment decision of the Su

pr.me Court (requiring the states to reapportion both Friday, September 11- Alcoholic Anonymous and Al.

houses of their legislatures according to population) may Anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul' Parish House;

have on the whole nation. Nor Is it any time to start redesigning Canning Center, 8 5; Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson

and restructuring the United States of AmericaTo House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12 noon, Post Office.

adjourn without action on this vital Issue would
It Kiwanis Club, 1 Jefferson
Monday, September p.m. i
constitute a silence that would be widely interpreted as
House; Canning Center, 8. S; Social Security Representative
consent acceptance of the Courts usurpation of the
9:30: a.m. Courtroom, Courthouse.
legislative function of Congress. Pending action includesthe

Dirksen measure now before the Senate an already Tuesday, September 15- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary

watered-down stall for time that appears to condone the Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Lions Club, 7 p.m.,

decision and the Tuck Bill, already passed by the Klttrell's Restaurant

House. Inspired perhaps by the dissent of Justice Harlem the
Wednesday, September IS- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., name of
who declared that the Court's action Indicate how far -
Post Office; Jaycees 12 noon Klttrell's Restaurant;
and how unwisely It hal strayed from the appropriate
Exchange Club, 1 p.m, Jefferson House; Gadsden
founds oi Its the of former
authority, measure Virginia'
I County Hospital Auxiliary, 10 am., Gadsden Coun.
Governor Tuck would from the
remove permanently ty Hospital Canning Center, 85; Marine Recruiter,
Court its to act In such case
power .
8 12 Post Office. is !
It would seem the part oi wisdom for the Senate to savings
game
accept the House-passed measure as a vigorous reproof.

Opponents of the Tuck Bill insist it Is unconstitutional The National Outlook

while its supporters are equally emphatic that the Constitution

is specific In giving Congress the power to
ey Genie lagrduni by U28 below the budget end-
limit the Court's appellate Jurisdiction. With the measure
oil. "kHT A TA.\iGLI.D: ftU mule lur the curmu ttacaJ
passed Into law. U anyone guess how long a decision year "
on Constitutionality may take. But It Is a safe guess that President Johnson has, on erv At a news conference m July
this constructive legislation will. even U knocked down oral orcaxlona, empiuus'ied his 18 he it-ported that foleral! ci-
desire to mluov the number dnlrni vitae employment in June 30
gain more time than the Dirksen rider. "" employ*'**. There Is no was "hwn 43.700 tram the re-
The Tuck Bill will make it possible for a new session doubt of the sincerity of his ef yon! curried In Uw budget Jut
forts In that end. "
of Congress to proceed in a thoughtful and orderly In Man-h, the President nntt- January.;New York M manner with the serious business of a proper Constitutional led the Cungnvs that I In New York City, the loral
amendment U that turns out to be the necessary :have established now employ- government is punning an oppo
met reiumti for nest fenk.rsl tile course An effort Is being
course of action. agencies writ hrlrwr HUM contained made to expand the number rt
In my 1I1C11 budgrt wtt- public empliiyen specially
I meow Truce reductions will rut among the unskilled group s.ahtel Thi Wet five you the sweetest dealt el the year tight now
More Theats At Our ExpenseIt federal, civilian,employment objective to ope.. up 10,000 on '64 Super Torque Fords, he winners by hr lo the
'64 NASCAR stakes and the smoothest. Mranfed.

would seem as 11 we are In travail enough In steadied cart MI the*class.ss. .

South Vietnam and environs, as a second antiCommunist FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE .

regime, that of the new President Nguyen Khanh. Call or Visit

threatens to collapse around the Americans "assisting" I

in holding off the Viet Cong Communist guerrillas. Ii i

But no. Now come threats from Sukarno against the ,
7 J
U. S. (that has kept his Indonesian dictatorship afloat alien ec ncncn .

with aid money) and word from Taipei that Red China
J f
has pledged its support to Sukarno. The Central Dally < ( Come ct rakw-plut for your present car Our tpecMl uar end dealt lower your ante
New of Taipei reports that Sukarno denounced U. S. I and M the tatnngt jackpot with '64 en s -64 Fawtane. already tow priced tors

policy in Southeast Asia in a three-hour tirade August @_, ...>T Fatcen-winner Monte Carlo Haty M tout Rs ctatset at the middle sports-carteel.sue earl, ., Get snduwel f.....". *!** roes,.

17. accusing Americans oi "aggression" In North Viet

Bam. He declared that both South Vietnam and Korea

would soon be "liberated." the paper said. fR6t N1

And since Sukarno launched another commando BEST YEAR-END DEALS ON FORD TRUCKS ..
attack on Malaysia on the same day we may well

wonder U this may be our next theatre of action.

Help! MAin 76262INSURANCE I AND USED CARS TOO..AT FORD DEALERS .



In New York City last week the Welfare Commission Ii

er revealed that a total of 433.S73 person received public

dd during the month oi Jun. That almost half a.million and REAL ESTATE i Inman-Johnson Motor Company Inc.

recipients of welfare assistance payment Is the total (Nest Door U Pest federal 8avi g% 4 Uu Aaorittloa) i

for New York City alone not the state. I IS North Stewart Street Quincy V8 west Jttitnon St. Quincy. Flo.I .

{D-'. fet Ib* idea that these p.opldon't work for I





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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

f,f te"

Ai It usually the cue with a f j y.rr

compromise! the new law to ** National Farmers' organisation SHOP ATWALL'S NOW OPEN
tabliih quota on meat Import Is claiming some ot the credit for
didn't entirely satisfy either tide, rising cattle prices In late AugustAs
the cattlemen or the Administra the militant orgaraation'i

tion.Nevertheless, it was a victory commodities"holding" program got underway for, prime farm r KING COLE 7 DAYS

for the cattle Industry to get Import cattle at Chicago were up to $21a
limits specified legislative\ hundredweight. t tiThe
action. Most observers of the agricultural Tm Inclined to believe however -
scene had doubted the that rising demand Is the l Ullh _...fQl;&
cattlemen could swing It. The cause ot cattle market strength Atlas of Florida I* shown by Miss Julia Bryant, I SUPER MARKET EACH WEEKWE

Administration was opposed because The U. S. Department of Commerce daughter of Governor Fonts Bryant and hostes at the
at the adverse effect( such reports disposable income I I
Florida Showed In Rockefeller Center, New York
action could have on our effort ot Americans rose 20,S BILLION
In the "Kennedy round" of tariff dollars In the first six months of to Mrs. L R. Pach. Miss Wilma Nock and the ,
and trade negotiations with European this year. Of that amount, It U children. The atlas U the first of its kind for any Qty'l

countries. estimated ... BILLION was and ha been released l by University of Florida FEATURE FROSTY MORN MEATSA
That the quota formula now Is spent for non-durable and better

written into law is due In no 1004.U. Punched card will control direct. denly at his home In Hardawaylast I HOME COUNTY
OF YOUR
mall part to the untiring efforts the supply of fed cattle bold ly the completely automatic mixing Tuesday, August JS. I PRODUCT
of the Florida Cattlemen's Association steady, a price of J25-J25 a hundredwelght weighing and bagging ot the Survivor Include one daughter,I
under the leadership of at Omaha until spring,feeds to produce perfectly balanced Mrs. Mittie Sarvlnaa Ft Lauderdalei -
Its president Ralph Cellon. Sr. I III forecast by one Independent agricultural diet for the fastest and four eons Elijah L Bradley l!
and his beet imports committee. service. However, If efficient ot farm animal SMOKED
most growth Ft. Lauderdale, E. B. Bradi i
Also active in the campaign for the supply drops under a year *. icy darksvUle, Term.,
relief from overwhelming\ beef ago, another rise of a* much asU DISTAFF DEFENSE Fishermen Bradley III, Grand Ridge, and 1:1:
Import was the committee ot 5 or more 1s looked for. I II hunters and other outdoors- T. Bradley, Los Angeles, Calif.:
southern states agriculture com- I men have long rewsniwd: the usefulness 11 grandchildren and I great 29i
miMloners which I wai Instrumental I Federal Crop and UveetorkLeponting of Insect repellents to keep grandchildren PICNICS
in organizing.We Service notes that earn winged foe from becoming -
of red meat hungry Serving aa pallbearer' were J.I Ib.
an worked closely with the memal production vacation villains. Many ot
states) In June M. Dolan, & S. Dolan W. P.
national organizations of cattlemen Iin the U. S. IU them had their Introduction to
BILLION Dolan J. H. Taylor John C. Taylor
2.6
new
enlisted wu during World
and feeders and war personal repellents .1
and Ernest
Singletary.
strong support among the member pounds; or U per cent more than'Kd'meTt War IL when the armed forces The Butler Morgan Funeral DANDY BRAND
from the Important to protect servicemen
of Congress outfit
total output in the InaectheaV1 Home was In charge of arrangement
and other
cattle states. fighting In Jungle .
It was nip and) tuck until the first Ihr months this year was areas. *
beW! Congress recessed 18,841,000,000 (B) pound, anInl'l'f'Ul Increasingly
"
final days Now. with women SAUSAGE $100FRESH
of which
for the Democratic con of I per cent daring outdoor activities with Accident Victim Roll
(B) pounds was
3S,000,000 ,
vention. But now care American men from the backyard barbecue
cattle Industry is safeguarded bylaw beef, or 13 per cent more than a to golf game to trout teasing, Buried Thursday
becoming again the civilian product arepaying
against "slighter of cattle In the U. 8. makers ot
Import to distaff
attention
of skyrocketing
victim more
six months this year Funeral service were conducted -
for the first and
from low<'Olt foreign producer was up nearly lltt per cent over defense against! mosquitoes for Charles Edward Joeey, 29 GROUND
unexpected last year while In Florida the other biting Insects of Quincy at I o'clock last Turnday :
,
In the meantime i One long-established maker has
11 cent afternoon In Bethel Missionary
about porHowewi'
"eel' rise wa*
recent InngtlIn the fed In calf slaughter the Just Introduced, fat example etamtype Baptist Church, Bethel Com-
market has the experts baffled. II I radically different. version of Its "Otf!" munlty, Decatur County, Ga., with <
Commenting on the big Increase Pta brand of repellent. It I* said to 00
the first halt of this year the Rev Llndney Scott
over a year ago beef output U. S. women repel mosqultoe BEEF 3lbs. $1
: "Should It total calf slaughter In the i help Burial was In Bethel oIfIdatlnl'j (
:
observer
one was about the same u lust year while preserving a come-hither Born In Brinson, G*',
last through September every to a 287.SOO head In IMJ. and appeal to humans. The purse-slie I moved to Quincy In U :
have to adjust
would a
body head In 1964. pressurized container dispense a member of the Santa Oar
J.JBJ.OOO
supply situation not In the cards. In Florida calf laughter tooka quickly dispersing foam designed .Baptist Church In Quincy Mr.II
All the statistical evidence we big Jump of 41 per cent this to provide a "lotion-like feel and laity died In the Gadnden County'
have, and field reports Is against with W. pleasant fragrance." Hospital Tuesday night, Augisrt FLA. GRADE "A" STEWINGHENS,23
y heed
It, about 6 manthestotad3 at 80,MO The active Ingredient, however. 25, as a result ot an auhgoobileaccident.
At Chicago prime steers with 3,800 In IMS- 1* no stranger to today'* service .
mid-August hit J27.35 a hundred compared men. It's diethyl toluamide, a Surviving are Iris parent, Mr.
weight. Choice. sold at $27 highest United State Department of Agriculture and Mr. Russell Joeey of Qulncy I i
In II'M... At Omaha prices Behind theScenes dllCOYer'that has been 1" three brother, Ralph, William -
broke through the $2' level. adopted a* the standard all-pur and Winston Joaey. all of
From the low point of early repellent of the armed II
pose Insect QuIncy; two sister,. Mrs. Sue Andrew
June, Chicago prices for choice rcWt *, Penaacola. and Mr*. Alice \
had rebounded on the awragi ByNew *peI4Ia KJIIctII Science to the New- Science i Urverne Newbrrry. Qulnry; and I

J5.SO a hundredweight That'sIncrease an York, Aug. 11 Ever ha* given new hope to men, women one aon. Harold Joaey, Qulncy. I
of 25 per cent. since Congress voted to cut Income and children with earn type Serving as active pallbearers FRESH BEEFLIVER
of damage. To correct retinatrouble GiV]
taxes In leu economist eye were Elmer Boyette. William
have been debating of certain kind the Intense bert, Browsed Gilbert Dee P*I
and businessmen what happened beam of laser light I* being lock, William tee and Cecil Bli*:
about used experimentally to "spot Butler Morgan Funeral I 3 ik $100
HOW A1OUT A N1W But the extra nothing money ha on ever the been paychedj.dedd- weld" torn and detached retinas In Home The wa* In charge ol arrangement \
KODAK CAMIRA fOR laboratory animals In about oneonethousandth *.


o Day eo.And Michigan'has come from Survey bad the new Research University for store Center ot University Experiments of California ot going a second.on may at.carry the. .1 Vennis J. Ferrell FROSTY MORN

the fight to tame I4
keepers. Most people, the Center I 1
cheer to OkinawaU.
fusion one step On
reported Just didn't feel they had
WttK tND sank to find a
Q enough extra money resultingfromthetaxcuttodoanyreal material mat will uoc* ifully BQIGOHA4 $JOOPATTIE
Army
U. i. Okinawa P
buying. Some other evidence contain the fusion reaction, which' =r Venn J. Ferrel Q
K
1 at temperature ranging i
takes place
teemed to Indicate that taxpayer to 400 million degree, centigrade 20, whose wife, Myrtle and moth /
were using the extra cash to Cryowrgery which er. Mr. Pearl Ferrell. live at
pay for thing they had bought *o low a* to be 108 Boykln Ave., Chattahoorhee, '
temperature :
use ,
before the tax cut In cither word, unbelievable. U medi was assigned to the 173d Airborne i
to cut down their debt almoet cine' most modern operating Brigade m Okinawa. August IISpecialist 2, :
But whatever the taxpayer ha .. The use of liquid FetTI' a generator
been doing with the extra money room nitrogen, which has a temperature mechanic, wa last stationed at OLEO PatOtL 5e,
ha
Service I
the Internal Revenue of 120 degree below sera, make Fort Campbell Ky.
lasted a word ot warning. The it possible to "kill" diseased ns- He attended Chattahnnrhee High
present withholding rates are too stalling Instead of cutting. !School before entering the Army
by
low and In April, lee,. most sue It ha now been chosen to combat December I eeo. I
. Americans are going to need money Inflamed tonsils, one of<< childIT'ci.n.
to pay what they owe above I
BROWNIE Oufr27 their withheld taxes, the Service I hood's Automobile BIBLE VERSE FRESH PRODUCE -

OutfitAutonnotio aaya.Automated Agriculture Automation flashlight that and plug work Into cigar(- "Whan slwMHh _a'. MM, GOLDEN RIPE
giant withl .... fce died
the technological io otunelsocket be used a .y sea usual bleed
tonlroli that continue to amaze with lugreat .. or IS-vott battery An tor MAce. Image et Got read.
exposure strides throughout tndu- ..
for furniture scratch I* -
for daylight and flash shots try, II oleo very much present. eraser shaped like a blackboard eraser 1. Where 1* this verse recordJ y ctt BANANASlb.
In modern American agricultureLalror4avhng and is actually a chemically ..17
f-Mtvr.i WMtilt MW eeq-... machinery chemical treated sponge brush to be rubbed Who spike these words
ese Kodak camera with electric \ and technique on farms everywhere over the scratch and the surface I. Unto whom went they ad-
eye !that edjurti lens for cerrecKtye today are bringing of the wood then rubbed dry dl't'lNd'
.peitd pies,... Iwill-U greater yield* rr.animalla crop PuutM safe for medicine cabinets, 4. When were they spoken?
oth co.partiMii .Cerrect..'" production and ku{ to hold rime blade and other
eapoaws k let oiN.eHeoly.s lure are giving us more, better potentially dangerous ma out ode Aiwwoes te Whin V-
pea focu. 'a", ceIerrected1ttI. and deeper meat, milk and egg. reach of mall children. Has I. Genesis I; S. IOeI
Tabs 12 celM ef Weekndwlik Latest example to In an animal twonumher combination For 5. God.
feed mill under construction L else to, I. Noah and his 11M .
maps, ef color ilMei the workbench, a contour I
Kansas Qty by the Nutrena Feedsdivision firmly for grinding 4. After tilt flood. .
.
M 117 Km. Ce pl e e rM. hold any chap --- --- I
CsrgUl. Inc. Its output aendpapertng. Movable
drilling or
: I
All for $34.50 win be IJ different feeds tor fingers shape to the contour I
beef and dairyanimals ,
twine .
poultry of the piece being worked CJft RUSTOLEUMSTOPS
each one with dosens at without the I
For boiling en FIRM FRESH
CROUCH'SREXALL Ingredients precisely blended urigid In metal
twOs, heatproof cup '
nutritional eUndard which are broka
rack, into eggs
DRUGS The optimum formula for each and the cup placed pt' bttUnjwater.
feed will be dictated from among Served cooked fUII LEMONS Dot. 19c-

QUINCY. FLORIDA million ot electronic poastble combination formulatkM tune cup has..no.AIr wearing-powvrd part screwiver ta- RUST
opi
employed by Nutren fleet' tnrrue accuracy.
e-.rte -- i Bit V Business live each Available In
and
airlift to Europe lass begun
I Ie expected to reach a peek 11II DIXIE CRYSTAL
5th Annual 1.200 calves a week Whrl All Colors
sited o> the H. Y, Shah E*

FEEDER CALF SALE Bank Chang will shortly.be first Chase In 10 Manhattas year AVAILABLE IN 00

I ALL SIZE CANS SUGAR 10 Lb. $1

I Robert BradleySuccumbs AND Bog

TRI-COUNTY LIVESTOCI: Hero I II SPRAY CANSGuarant..d

:
AUCTION MARZETBlountttown to

I raneral serrtees were conducted -l! STOP RUST! SHOWBOAT PORK &
Florida tat Robert I Bradley. M, of
Hardaway at II .'dor* Friday
morning ks the Pwtdenre B-' LARSENLUMBER 2 51z
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER: 11. 1964 till Cburrli wife the Re*. Eugene! BEANS 5 $1.00 CHARKiTUS
Moor* officiating. Mrrment W-I CO.
lowed ta the church cemetery. >
Sponsored by Mr. Bradley, who wa burs to
Grand Ridge sensed t* ......' Phon. 627-7276 STANDARD PAKTOMATOES

CATTLEMEN'SASSOCIATION way M fear ago He wa a Mainlln'Dttr 20 Lb.
WEST FLORIDA mmbrr of fee Harrtewey 18apttaBr.mry $1.00

Church. Mr. -dial ead- I 9 J:. $1oo BagTbsue



500 Head Good Quality B..! TjpFttdtrs e LOANS FLAT


To B. Sold: RESIDENTIAL FARM SARDINES 10 C"" sloo 5s1oo :

Lowwt Closing Cod High Approval

ALL BtJIYEBS INVITED Good sCONVENTIONAL

SAUER'S BLACK AUSTEX ,

SALE STARTS AT 1:00 PJt (c.s.TJ'For FILL SPAGHETTIWith

QuIck. Coafldvatial and Courteous S.rrlc. PEPPERREYNOLDS'ALUMINUM : og. 21e
Further Information Call Box Meat Ball
SEE ALVIE WOLF ATHARBIN.WOLF


Gerald Capon. 674-8210 Blotmtetowa. Flo Inc. 5 $100e


Harrty PauL County Agent Ml Phono WM Crawford MAta 7-1737 Strl FOIL u 29c


874-8323. BlounWcwn. Flo. Your DnaM s. Will B. Apprtdatsxl ,



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I 60. CADSDEN COUNTY...... QtTNCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER t, 1884WOMEN'S


Sonya Hagler 1 William Smith Miss Margaret McClamroch er relative Mn. H.She H. Mallard was accompui and th.

home by Mrs. Mallard who *


I PAGE I Exchange VowsOn On August 6 I Weds Surinder K. Mehta er visit and Mr.. family.Dr. William and .Mn. Qiarlet McDonald Spot,,



Pariona items of social Thursday afternoon, August Miss Margaret McOamroch a fllllam entertained her at din. Gainesville spent the weeks
having nature
at* urged to cad here visiting friend Dr. Mt'Doaiel'
t, at 4 p.m. Mrs. Sonya Snipes I Hospital Report Philadelphia PL. daughter of Di the Jefferson House. -
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 Hagler, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James Milton McOam er Mrs at Fount May, Jr. had MnVoolverton kilter penned away reccr

.nnnn. '..,..... .... T. K. Snipe of Malone exchanged Admission I August 25 through I rock ot Gainesville, became tht for coffee Monday ly frU In.Pelham Ca. and his mar
'M. .nnn.nnJl1.Q ""''11 wedding vows with William S. Mn.Geraldine bride of Surinder K. Mehta o. here ewes saddened v h
Augutfll; Knapp,
.. Smith, of Mn. Smith Philadelphia, son of Dr. and Mn nornlng. Ion
,," "1"i son Hugh J. Wallace Hawkins, Mrs. Maria Mark who ICI'OI1IpanJedIII' ,
.upv" and a R. of Delhi India Her ton and Mn T F
Deal-Bentley the late Mr. Smith of Qulncy. Edmonds, Hiram F. Baggett, Mehta Saturday entertained with small A.11IIW1'
.' The Impressive double ring cer-| Mr*. ElaIne Jonet, Mrs. Mary August 29 at 10:10 a.m. was of relstivet. at the Leaf and Mr. and Mn. Walter to;',
Date emony was performed In the living Mr Monk at the some of the brlde'i parent troupe the''of Hattiesburg. Mlstlitippl\ w',
Wedding Bell King, Mary Theater and swimming at .
., room of the brlde'i parent1home Mrs. Fannie R Yon, Mrs. YvonneJohndI The Rev. Thaxton Springfield, tawano Club by Tom Duncan and .be Labor Day weekend ...:or ,
before a background ot patter of University Methodist Mr. and Mn. James Watts
Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Mahaffey.
7:30 TomorrowMr. ; southern smilax and lighted pink Mr*. Regena Patterson, Mn. WUU Church performed the Impressive Branch '(r. and II'lb.-' ., "

and Mr*. Thanes W. Deal taper In candelabra, adorned Ma Watson! Mrs. Jessie Bate, ceremony in the presence ot Palm Beach, have returned bam
,,, with white pompons and sails members of the families and utter spending a week with |,
"
announr the approaching marriage J. T. Budd, Jr., Mn. Mary Johnson
ol their daughter, Sharon }:' : ;1 itreamen. The mantel featured amass Mn. Au tit* bells Parra- neighbors. The couple stood before PersonaL brother In law and titter Mr
arrangement ot pink gladioli an Improvised altar. White and Mrs. James Watts
let to Donald Wayne Bentley, more Mrs. Floasle Caflin, Mn.
and whit mums, reflected In a gladioli, snapdragons and stock Mr. and Mn. Le
.
M1 of M.. Ulllan Cox and the Patricia E. Maxwell, Bernard Parranw
late Samuel Serge Bentley flt the J ., large mirror. Lewis Dr. Edward C Love, Jr., In a fan like arrangement, centered Mn. J R. Armitrong has returned :of Mt. Pleasant left by jet In,
Sycamore Community.The Prenuptial music and the traditional Johnnie Pltti, all 01 Qulncy; Reno th* mantel and was flanked from Star Qty Ark., where Thursday to visit Mra Pam
bride-fleet is a 1864 graduate \ ,p wedding marches, recorded Fletcher, James W. Robinson", by whit taper in silver candlettick she spent the summer. more'i family In Hertfordshln
of Greensboro High School Y. rs rsj rst by Virgil 1 Oswald, locallaved organ!*, Mr*. Mattl Hunt, Greensboro; Mrrounded by greenery Miss Kathryn Sylvester of Atlanta ,England. They will be a-
and 1* presently employed by wer* played. Gerald Mrs. Jessie Martin Guy Lamar Whit rose centered the dining It visiting Mn. Fount May; I bout three weeks and stub.
Thomu Smith Farms, Inc. The I Wilson, pastor Malone Perkins, Havana; Waller W. La- room table and stock, gladioli Sr. this week I abroad will vfitlt Paris, From.

groom If a 1903 graduate ofGreensboro e 1 Methodist Church, officiated. mom, Mrs. Doris W. Pelham, and snspdragons were in the reception Mn Fred Woolverton, Jr. ...d) I and other point of Interest nn
High School and Upresently The bride wss escorted down James Lewis Cooper, Master Stanley hall. son Mark have returned to their the! continent. While on dace!
employed by Fletcher :, /x .iMr the hallway to the Improvisedaltar Tucker, Mn. Mary Clayton, The bride, who was given In home at Ponte Vedn Beach after ;tour they will alto visit the N,..

Company Inc. 1. ,fjf'1 by her father who gave herm Chattahoochee; Mist Deborah Lee marriage by bar father, was lovely spending several day with her York World' Fair.
The marriage will be an event ,,.; maniac She wa gowned in Croat, Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. Nina in a gown of Ivory satin, de- uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mn
,f1 J
ol Friday, September 4th at >/ d"l' a lovely two piece street length Jean Harrison, Tallahassee; Mrs signed on empire lines with floor teeter' Rlchll !WI\. Card of ThanksWe
7:30: p.m. In the Sycamore Memoritrt ( dress ol pale aqua lace, designed Jessie WlUlami, Atttpulfiut Georgia length skirt. Her veil of bridal The Rev. and Mn Bronaon Mat- would like to thank eachand

Church performed by the with a pencil slim skirt and over-, and Mr*. Winifred Phillip, Illusion feU from a headpiece d ney Jr. and family have returned I every one for the many hint
: blouse. Her shoe Illusion and pearli. She carried
Rev. Dana HamrIck. were dyed to Bristol. a and
In North
from their vacation I and sympathetic acts shown 4m
-
1. and her bouquet of rosebuds
amiAll match a' ivory and
No Invitation are bring headpiece wan
.
g t !South Carolina. I log the death of our beloved fat!!
relative and friends ol the matching crown with float fell BIRTHS: lilies of the valley. Mn. J. A. McCnrmac and Robert Bradley.
couple are Invited to attend. A pink carnation collage complemented I Mr. and Mr*. Donald E. Knapp Mn. Stephen Sesaumi of Tampa, daughter Mn. H. C. Munroe I tr,Words can never express cmilncere

her ensemble. girt, August 29; Mr. and Mn the brides twin sitter, was her wnt the day In Tallaha ee with I thanki.

Shower Given The brId,'. only attendant washer Edward Edmondt, boy, August only attendant and wore a jade her grand daughter and himhand The Bradley Family\
sister Mrs. Doyle Hall ot 29; Mr. and Mn. Glenn Sober, green dress designed like thebride's who entertained with s dinner In

Panama City, who wa attired in boy August 29; Mr. and Mrs. gown. Her flown were honor of her 81th Wrthrlav.' Card of ThanksWe
For Miss Cook a becoming dress of beige knit Walter Junes, boy, August 29; Mr. yellow roiebudt. Mr. and Mn. Don May went to
and Mn. Harold Monk, Mrs. McClamroch chose for her wish to extend a sincere
with matching accessories and a Henry tjike'unrt aVrtt" the weekend to ,
Miss Linda Cook, bride elect tXOrtober
feted tb white carnation corsage. girt: August 2<; Mr. and Mrs. Edwird daughter's wedding a dress of take their daughter Patricia who Thank' You" to all our friends
was with a mfr the Green Jordan Jr. served u King, girt August 28; Mr. pale) French blue cotton and lacs. Is attending Florid Southern Collew. :and neighbors for their calls,
eellanroui bridal shower by
Beta belt man, and Doug and Ken Hag' and Mrs. Willie Harrison, girt, Au Her collage was ot pink rose : memorials and other expressions
Iota Gamma Chapter ot
ler, ton ot the bride were tilt gust 27; Mr. and Mn. J. C. Pel- buds.Following it: sympathy at the time of our
Sigma nil Tueiday night. the Mn Mae 'rkw "u returnedto :recent bereavement W* are mil
candle lighters.Mrs. ham, boy August 28; Mr. and ceremony the ,;
The shower was held at the Snipes, mother of the Mn. Bobby J. Phillips, August 29 bridi'i parents entertained with Quincy after spending the pest I pateful.
home ot Mn. Minnie Letter chapter nine months In Port
with relative
a luncheon at Golf and The Family of Oracles E Jerry
------- ... bride, elected for her daughter'iwedding and Mr. and Mn. Edward: Max Country _
sdvtsor. The winner of the Anrlei, and Jackson
Wsxhlngton+
a mint green sheath dress well, girt August .1. Cub. Guests were the wedding
bridal garnet were the Misses Miss Elsie Mildred Wolllamton Michigan. I
with matching accessories and awhite party and wedding guetti. The
Sharon Reanry Morn Ferry Mn. Anne Davis had is her Mason Music
luncheon table
Lola Vestry Martha Jane Smith Mr. and Mri. f. D. WIlliam Ion of Jacksonville announc. Mr*.carnation Smith, corsage.mother: ot the a white linen, was embroidered covered with cutwork recent guest her daughter In law,

and Marguerite Ventry. the engagement of their daughter, Dale! Mildred to bridegroom, won a light blue perJonaMr. cloth and was centered by Mrt Jeff Davie of Homextead COMPANY
Miss Cook received useful Mr. and hire Jack D Vrlew
many Herbert Stockton Maitay Jr., ion of Mr. and Mri. Herbert drew with matching accessoriesand an arrangement of white roses, attended r51Frederick I U E. Washington Street
gifts and the chapter profit the funeral of M.
Phi Stockton Money Sr. of Dad. City. Min Williamson a whit carnation corsage. glade, napdragons and stock. .'
ed her with a Beta Sigma B. McFartin In Melbourne
Immediately following the ceremony Guests wen greeted at the PIANOS ORGANS:
bridal tray. graduated from Shades Valley High School and attended Mr. and Mrs. Snipe entertained and Mrs. Herbert Gregoryand door of the club house by Mr. and last week. Mn. Vriete Isan

Delicious refreshments were the Unlverilty of Alabama where the was a m.mber with a reception in the dinIng son Joe, Mr. and Mr*. R. B. M.... A. E. Harp, uncle and aunt aunt of Mr. McFarlla who li Band Instruments
served by Mini Janice Eubanki of Kappa Kappa Gamma social aorority. She U lb.granddaughter room of the bom The outlet Lester and Mr. and Mn. BobLetter |of the bride. a former Oulncv retldentMri.
and Mri. Martha Davidson was In Charlct Guy had recent and Accessories
of the of the lat. Mr. and Mr*. C. W. Klmbrell featured a center arrangement and family will attend the Punch wa served In the card guest her daughter tn law at Mn.1
charge games.BIRTH Butler-Wllcox wedding Fltxger-
Sr. of Meridian, MUt., and the lat. Mr and Mri. J. D. ot flanked pink by gladioli branched and whit crystal mums candelabra akt Ga. Friday evening.Mr. table room overlaid preceding by lunch I white from linen a .rtUY Jr. and son Mike ofLive Home Ph.: MA 7-6705

Willlamion of Coy, Ala. Mr. Money att.nd.d Pasco flttd with pink taper I and Mn. RUBS Miller have cutwork cloth. The matron of Oak.

Mr. and Mrt. J. D. Rowan announce High School In Dad City and Emory University, Atlanta, Th bride' table was covered returned to Kansas Qty followings honor's bouquet was on one end Mn. Charles Spooner of Coral I IGA I Open MOB. Toes. Wed. Fit

the birth of a daughter and graduated from the University of Florida wh.r. he with a beautiful white lace cloth vi it with Mr. and Mn. James of the table and the silver punch after biN vldtlnaher returned home hiMband'i yetterday I 4 to < p.m. AU Day Sit
moth
en August 24 at the Gadsden received the BS and BA degreei. He was affiliated with over pink, ought up at the comers W.lti. i bowl encircled with greenery was _
County Hospital. The baby weighed by nosegsys of white rotes, Mr. and Mr*. Larry Watt and on the other end.
eight pound., three ounces and the Kappa Alpha social fraternity. The wedding hat tulle, and satin streamer. Table ton of Tlfton Ga. went recent The bride' bouquet centeredthe
hat been named Kathryn Eliza been planned for 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, November appointment Included a double guests of hit parent rake table which wa* covered

beth. Older brothers and alttert 14 at the Riverside Baptist Church in Jackaonvllle. ring wedding rake embossed In Mr. and Mr*. C W. Thomas by a white embroidered linen
are Michael 11, Ginger 10, DehoraT. white and decorated In artistic Jr. left Sunday for Lancaster, S. cloth. The beautifully decorated
Darryl I, Kimberly 4 and Sandra designs ot pink and green. The C. to take their granddaughter three tiered cake was on one end
20( montht. Mrs. Blakely Williams bowl was encircled ot the table.
CoupleTo crystal punch Marene Emanud who has been Assisting In entertaining
''with mums, nestled in dainty I Ilem vltttlng them. They were accompanied were Mn. J. VincentFlack

Honored Hero Celebrate 'I' Compotes were tilled with by Mrs. Thomaa' aunt of the bride, of Pelham
INSECTICIDESSOIL nuts and mints. Presiding at the mother Mn. J. N. Daney and Manor, N. Y, Mn. Joe Dalton ofTampa
Golden refreshment table were aunt Mrs. G. E. Stephen After Mrs. Pat Woodward and
FUMIGANTS Mrt. Gene Blakely of Harel- Wedding Green Jordan Jr., Mrs. J. B. M..I visiting son In law and daughter Mn. Calvin H. Curry, Jr. of

hunt Ga. WIll delightfully entertained A repeptUm! will be given by rett Jr. and Mrs. Oracles Mr. and Mr*. Phillip Emanuel QuIncy, all cousins of the bride.

WEED KILLERS by various friends while the seven children of Mr. and ton, aunt of the bride. they will go to the mountain of After visiting with their guests
visiting here.Mn. Mn. W. L. Williams, Sr. In honor! .t"L-OO guest and North Carolina. the couple left on a wedding trip

Amos Davit entertained of their Golden Wedding Anniversary I serving were C. Mr. and Mn. Ed: Taylor and to Canada. They will reside In
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL 12 guests In her honor at a cot- on Sunday, September: 6, Mr*. A. T. Ktagry and Mrs. M. children Mike and Sanbeth have Philadelphia.The .
lee, from 8 o'clock until 6 o'clork in Streater. returned from a _k'. visit In bride Is the granddaughterof
Mr*. H. C. Monroe and mother the social hall of the Havana Bap- I For traveling, Mrs.of Smith blade chose and Knoxville, Tenn. with relative the late Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
drill
list Church. a lovely sheath Mr. and Shaw ot Gainesville formerly of
Mrt. J. A. MrCormac enter 1 duster Mrs. Pierce Williams
tamed her at lunch at the Setter The couple wit married on Sunday whit with IIMY.Iblack and whits have returned from a visit in Quincy and Mrs. Milton H. Mc
ton Ilouae.Mn September e, ItU, In Eldonmito 'matching accessories Following a aBeaches. Greenville, S. C. and Atlanta Clamroch ot Galnetvill She is

Sales & ServiceInc. Fount May Jr. entertained Georgia, and have lived carnation corsage. with relatives.Mn. I graduate of the University of
small at a coffee In In Havana trlr II yean. Mr. WI!.I'wedding trip to the residing Winston Md noon and Florida, Galnecvlll and received
a group the couple are
her masters degree In
llama li onnnnctrd with The tons Paul Clayton and Tommy audiology
her honor. entertainedher I IMI'I. Planters Exchange In Havana. In QuIncY. who attendad ,were recent guests in Tallahasseewith at Vanderbilt University. She la
Amos Davit Out-of-town guests
AD Mends of the William family Mrs. Hugh her parent, Mr. and Mr employed s* audiologist In Phil
the JeffenmIlouae.
)lunch at wedding were
for th* adelphia.
Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 are Invited to attend. Pleas Mrs. Leon Williams anddaUlht.r Frank McCaH.
SmIth The
100I1II a graduate of theUnlVI'l'Iity
omit ribBanquet and Mrs- Joan Peacock hat rf' *'f t'
While here the visited Mn Patricia. Mr. Tallahassee after visiting her of Oregon and received
QUINCY, FLORIDA Woodward Mn. R. D Gordon Fletcher and Hugh.Mr. Ms PHD I
Howard : and grandmother, Mrs. J. D. Warner degree from the
Woodward Jr. and Mn. Ana Given and Mr*. R.Lamar U Bailey of Mn. Randolph Thrower and varsity ot Chicago HII Unt'l
and Mrs.
Davit. Mr. children and Laura of Atlanta stslitant professor of .
and Mr*. Cart D. Mary
-- Mr.
P College GroupThe QuIncy Kay Oliver of tilted her during the and research anodat In population
Hair Jr. and Ml** studies at the
Unlvenlty of
Mr. and Mrt. C. M. weekend aid were accompanied
Tallahassee; .
Youth Fellowships ol the Robemn and Mr. and Mr*. M. 8.Strektcr home by her mother, Mrs. Pat Philadelphia.Out of town
Mr.
guests were
First Presbyterian Church entertained of Town Creek Ala.; Mimme.Mn.
Woodward. Jr. tookMI'I. and Mrs. Stephen Srisum and
R. D.
with a beautiful banquet Kermit Jones of Moultoa
NELSON.B'ATTLESPIANOS Friday night In honor of the colHe Mr AI.Mill* Debbie TldweU c" It D. Woodward, Sr. to Atlanta children. Laura and Mark Mr.
and Mrs.
Visit her sifter Thomas Sessums, Mr.
yesterday to ,
set at FVUowinlp Hall. This Charleston S. C; and Mrs. Doyle
Mn. W. G. Lamb and will be aemmoanled and Terrell Seaecma, Mr. John
hi the form of ot Panama Gtj s u.
was a mock convention Hall and children SesMms Mr. .
and
back to Quincy by Mrs. Joe Dalton
with Miss I'am Ongglnamlitrem Mr. and Mrs. Lam
Mn. Pat Munrne. Trigg
ORGANSI of reremonlei. A pa. LutenWoleshinMarrlag Miss Elisabeth Woodward has (cousins of the bride), Mrs. lAw
trlot theme wai used In the deco-
left to resume her studies st Presbyterian Sarett, all ot Tampa; Mrs. J. Vincent
ratios with red, white and blue
made College In St. Petersburg Flack and son, David, of
Sthctlon in Area streamers bring suspended from plan are being
I Ptlham
She had at guest at the Manor N. Y.1 Mr. and
and Michael
the Uncle Sara hats ..ndIIIl'Hm,1'I Luten
celling by Mia Joann of Mr home of her parents for the weekend Mrs. Fred U May, Mr. and Mrs.C .
of crepe paper decorated George Woleshin.Woleahln.eon according Bob Conk ef Hsrrlsbunr. Pa., H. Curry, Dr. and Mrs. Calvin then try our
(tie tablet. Following the and Mrs. Michael by who Is alert a student at Presbyterian a Curry Jr.. Dr. and Mrs. Pal
announcement
Invocation a delirious dinner was to an
i M. Woodward. Mist Sara May
College.Mn.
: lain/rirfpe. GA. Z48.1CtIS erved. On the menu were LadyBird Mr. and Mrs. Harry S..Uiten, par- Gene BUkriy ant children Love all amain of the bride personalized
Spnrial (turkey and dreee- rata ot tn* brtdb
all of Quincy and Mrs. & C
shirt
Woleshtatavit have returned to their bom In service
Ing). Jonnmn grass (string beam). Mis Linen and Mr. Melts of New
India
relatives to. Haselhunt. Ga.. after visiting Delhi. sister
Cioldwater (Iced tee), he dessert friends and of the bridegroom.Several .
e rake), wit America Supreme attend me wadding at 7:30: p.m.. friends here for a week. :
1'LsN The colorful salad repre.emtad Vpt 11 et North Shore MttbocIIItQIurdI Mn Lee R. Munroe I* ta At. Professional equipment give shirts that crop
Miller Htghltfe). te Jsetoonvlll. tents when she win lit for th* Parties
I CABLE BALDWIN I Nomlnatloni were made and next several weeks due to eye look even the roost expert home ironing can't

: election ot officers during the Mrs. Henry Faulk surgery Mr. and, Mr*. Ned Hlnaon ere Honor Visitor achieve. They're starched to your order, of

OrganaWe meeting rolktwlng dinner'Mr. WilliamS. IM Hostess At Bridge !unending their vacation at the course-light, medium heavy, or not at all.
I It /rises cottsf at Lake Takjuln. I Mrs. Fred Wmlve t m. Jr.
And
Dodmn made an Interesting Mr*. Henry Faulk wee Metes Mark Munroe of New York (formerly Arnold Rlcbardemt of mining or broken buttona are replaced

and challmglng talk to the group Ik. her wtdnllday atttrnoon budge City Is visiting his mother. Mn' Porte Vedra Beech, who visited free. Try ua today
at Neton-Barn, are very stalled hr twe ianm, ..Anilc Ion the young people place In dub. SruonaI flowers were at Mark Munroe, Jr. and sister Elen. !- her unrie and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
the community and la the future. L a al. r Richardson
}mir ,.,.abit a.****. HM tint b list we know the nmami I Miss Martha May, daughter of Interest Mrs. l:J'- hIJbIII'OrI Mrs. C D. Johnson Is InOrsntehurg. through Monday, was he Saturday honore LET US HELP

Mr. and Mn. Fount H May b and M.... MIIUlk'e 0wtM. S C visiting with her at several small parties whtle
rx. self MlMMfai. a atoM was bring to the horn. served, I president ot the Youth FrUow- daughter Mrs. Howard Boylanand her*.

b that w* ternm very .Hti>4 when w* !have its nppornmlr IMt,. tow.Mrs.. Kenneth Ma-weU and Mist family while' Mr. Boyuw' Is In Mr.. Doug).. Bronk entertained KEEP THOSE DUNGAREES AND
Jean Weinberg were p.lI. New York en business. She ac.annpanled with an afternoon party
7. to kelp, people like ymraell la the purrhaw a pi.... I Owens Home Scene eonrtuatai 01 *r e PT*.. Mrs Bnylan sacs after which wa attended by 14 guest WASH PANTS IN TIP TOP SHAPE

Of Birthday SupperMr. ilex.. the hoaleat served a enert a snort visit berv A dessert was served and the
Mist Margaret Thomas hat returned honor given kandpalnted nap
r and Mrs. Douglas Owens Mrs. Ben Duncan Is to Pensacnla to. resume her] kin and u ltfI'L FOR SCHOOL KIDS
entertained with an out door supper on me faculty of Pmsa- Mrs Ned thin. es4ertaid
Rhea Bmpt start to buy a plane, prey are tired silk many Monday night ta brume of Bridge Club Hostess
f prnNemi they bans ant fared MOT This la kecaim maulpniphi i Mn. U G. McKlmvut (hermother1 was b"*** A.'i Nancy Besne and Miss morning at ten thirty. Counts kv
: : !) Tth birthday. Mr* returned frees chided a small group ef retarrw
:- only. bay ant plan curing Mr lifetime. Tliece qur*> I The letting tor the party was ,lbeTbrtdieelubWe- a -" '* visit kl Jacksonville and friend Mrs Woolvtfttmicwtvfd .r morrow

= thin .... Hhal brand nl plane ahMld I purrhaws what price the Franklin terrace Street.of the Owena Colorful home cloth on I eRoses and greenery were lit the with ili_'ttvfi: I'bakers crystal II a IIII'nII'tItO.nit and pepper IN CfeanerJ

WIll the table! and hurricane and truit and lie
i rang annnM I realty' tmmUrr, tow 4e I lies thaI this ptaneb 1 on living rorm Traced Mr. and Mn. Be* Duran gavea
lamp spaced at IntervalsThe dhhkn( teas CORNER
wry M 1M server small dbmer party tar the vurtrc > MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETS
a
IN
= tile sea that sow beet MM MJ east,, and U to, wM I fled family group preeent enjoyed 'Ing the game the bt+tee* A \ Saturday evening H their
f. a delicious supper and an ,dessert hum QUINCY. FLORIDA
.MdH that .. ... ... .... Saber wee )ilk scar.wkitet i
will
r plane aa tee tow The evening of remlntactag. Mre. tibia Sunday Mr. and ...... PIerce W. .

f. teed (that r* wttt enty to? ene plaa* arlaf past Shedsemake. Bridge Club Meets .t!* *ccaa fW7? :

the. ...... eve arses ..........i. With Mrs. Massey Tally Bridge Club Ask
MeetThe us about
I ]If... Uoyd Maaaey wet hates tn Wednesday our
to her bridge dub Tuesday aftetnuin. Tally Brvlge bib we* ntrrMMHl -

W te '"IMWI'.n Wednesday by Mra. Fennel

[ We, at Nthon-tomea, tab ,.... to the art eat we are were at Merest pnlnta. Ikirlngmo May si her towns Mixed ness
,1 gam snacks and Coca Colas stet lks+ets ware It InI.-a FREE 7 DAY HOME TRIAL
5- .at to tmhiM Jm .. sell yM a plain tat that we are .TI.. aemtd.Mn. points. Preceding the game alas

I. Bury HUtdon won high etrveq a oeaaert.Mrs. .
r here to sell DM plan red ..
pas jm really ; glte the
core and Mrs Tom Maxwell, second FrancW McCal we* kick

f peruse yes stash rmrivej aa4 she. to glee ya KM aaewwr _hlgtw_ rue- -..-.......- -- I IIJWII
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to new yes II true eri.rtl..* ash ........ <4.yew plan* Aid e Deve* Pslsemrta.blaa II
rtatar I
: we ...... that ,.. win give w a riianre to IM the plus Tea .M* UM sfSanding Prove for yourself Zenith's


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Service OfficerTo to be printed and distributed by are attending the University of
Garden Club Paula Issue, who attended last L the word 'Democrat.' It
hand by members and staff work Florida in Gainesville.
Visit County Bits And ers of Core. U the Gadsden County Mrs Oliver McKeown and r,. JOlJafn. L year there., has resumed her studies WM for this reason that we
Times carried of the Board MeetsThe
some daughter Mrs. Charles Porch adopted the name 'Florida Volunicen -
Veteran i, things that I see published that have returned from a visit In San tor OoMwater.' Incidentally,
of Gadsden Count" Pieces sheet would be sued from hereon Executive Board of the Volunteers
we For
former' .
Francisco, CalIf. with the Frank Bell and two children
who need the Is
assistance In obtaining, Garden Tue- name appropriate u we
r out. When someone is accused brother and wilt, Mr and day theuhome ot Mobile, Ala.
benefit were guests
under the 01 Bill, imn/ BY HUTCH of kidnapping, somebody la making Mrs Andy Hopkins. night at of Mr of Mrs. Henry Faulk for lunch Goldwater Team are calling for volunteer.
receive Jack
guidance Strickland
from Jim Wean. and nth a good at
a very strong accusation The State Chairman wa auth
ot Inverness Friday
Mrs. William
Hugh
Assistant State Service tendance. Mrt Fred Nordhaus
Office
of the Florida r. just carrying the testimony of i II visiting relative here. presided Mn Mrs. Wafford Under" sister In Being OrganizedA orised to appoint a chairman for
Department Unler Richardson
of Veteran Edna and I went to MonticeUo one Individual a little bit risky,
Attain. The Rev and )In. Eugene West opened the meeting wish law of Mrs. Henry Faulk, spent earn Congrxwkmal DfaHrlct and
Weant will visit this Saturday to attend a one-day district -I think. of St. Petersburg were guest of after which she read the prayer Friday night with her. Mrs through him, t chairman for each
area nexlwck press meeting. Our good A legal petition to the Federal minute new campaign organisatkn "
tor the Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodbery The treasurer Faulk look her to Tallahassee Saturday rotmly
purpose of helping friend, Carr Settle was host and Court arising out of the above to Mrs Graham Mc- from where she returned to under the name of Florida Vol.
veterans Monday night, having come Keown The new organisation hope to
or their dependent In, gave nor report and distributed .
Wing claims: for went all out to show us a good case where a Core worker was bring their daughter Susan to financial sheets. her home In Lake Qty unt ers for Goldwator was orwnlwd [ooperate with local groups al.reaoty .
Benefits Compensation time, part of which was a trip arrested for trespassing, in its resume her studies at FSU, Tal Mrs. Sam Hlgdon and Mrs. at a Jacksonville meetIng t. organized and to sponsororganisations
or solving their Insurarea to the Dog Track just north M argument stated that a local white -. Circle chairmen made reports! Henry Faulk spent Sunday and over the weekend In all counties which

Include problems.assistance This tree service the city. And guess what businessman had struck another Mr. and Mr*. a L. Morris had listing new officers etc. Monday In Jacksonville where Guy B. DorM a retired bunlnen have not already established local
to employer there wa one office to be filled white Core worker and then in the V. R. I Plan for the continuation of they stayed at the Roosevelt Hotel man and former chairman of the Goldwater organisation/
of veterans as recent his uncle
under guest
the GI Bill, Vocational and old J. Love got himself elect presence of the police said that the planting of dogwood trees and did some shopping. Florida! Federation for Cnratltu-
Morris ot St. Petersburg, en route
Training, Subsidence or ed. That was the office of vice he would kill him the next time. were discussed.It banal Government
( Hot Ark.. where I Mr. and Mr N. F. Fain Sr. was elivted'
other rom Springs
problemi.During hit director but all present made it The businessman who was namedin he had visited. was voted to enter the community and daughter Miss Virginia Fain State Chairman Mrs. George B Ben Duncan, Jr.
visit In this area emphatically\ clear that it was two or three places wa not Improvement contest have returned tram a two week Stalling, Jr. was elected treasurer.
Weant may be contacted at thefollowing of vtcel" Guess I fill involved, did not see the incident Bob Dvvrason wa a business which will be sponsored by the automobile trip, during which Wins Tourneys
places at the time and the for or have anything to do with It. visitor in Jacksonville Monday, dub with other participating.\ lime they visited relative In Lexington The meeting was called for the
on the date specified\ : It that In the haste of Alex Hlnson. Victor Hlgdon, It was announced that the district ot
On the way back home I couldn't appears Ky. drove to Dearborn purpose making plant for a
QuIncy- Courthouse, 3 o'clock help but notice a sign on the getting anything that may happenout ,Stephen Saber, John Allen Witch 2 meeting will be held Michigan where they enjoyed see.log statewide organisation. A large During the past two weeks, Ben
September 9; Chsttahoochee street as we passed through Tal I of local jurisdiction, many errors and George Hamilton spent theweekend October T at Gulf Beaches Garden the Ford Museum and Green- number of North and Central Duncan. Jr, 11 yens old ha*
Post Office, 8:30, September 8, lahassee. I haven't figured out If ale made, unintentionally or at Panama Qty Beach. Cub, and that It was hoped many field Village, drove across Canada Florida communities were rep been very successful In the golf
I otherwise but with complete disregard Mr. and Moo J. D. Williamson would attend. Luncheon rreervadons resented Since the tournament he has entered.
it wu an invitation or an omen to Niagara Fall, and on downto prenlilwtlal
Wm. L. SkinnerIs The sign read: "Pawn Shoo. for Innocent people and and daughter of Jacksonville spent have. to be made by October Cbopcntown, New York, where 'election. Is only 80 days away, It In the Southern Junior Invitational .
Package (Liquor) Store Next there seem to be no one responsible the weekend with her sister Mrs 2. they enjoyed the art gallerIes and 'was deckled to .... up the new Tournament held at the
GraduatedMemphis Door." If a person saw fit to seek T. R. Smith. Other plan for the year were museum, on down to Gettysburg I nrgnnlMrlon m a voluntary basis Naval Air Station in IVraaoola,
redress. And ot course these Mr. and Mrs. Fred May, Mr dismissed. through Virginia and North Carolina ,without ("' .y. Pen was runner-up in the 11.12
I Had a coupI-;of letters to the right worker never do and Mrs. C II Curry and Miss During the mal hour the hostess seeing points ot Interest all State nrailqiwrter will be open age group shooting an flt-82-tS
Tenn. William L. editor this week that were anony to antagonize local white people Sara May Love attended the wed- served delicious\ refreshment along The Lee Chapel at Lexington I In a few days at 112 Rant Foryth fur a 94-hole total of 213. Prn
Skinner aviation structural me mous. We have stated In the past such u taking picture and carrying ding ol their cousin Miss afar i *. Va., was most Inspiring I St., Jacksonville" The temporary was the Junlnr Champion at MMoneday
chanic first class USN, grandson that we will not print unsigned on In a fashion that is contrary Ksret Mcdamroch In Gainesville as was the Andrew Jnhnton Memorial I telephone number Is 18J5714. Sawano dub Junior
of Mrs. Lee R. White of QuIncy, letters and sometimes those that to past custom even though Saturday. Jr. Women In In Greenville Tenn. The i Tournament, shooting an S3
graduated August 7 from Aviation art signed. So If you have a letter it Is now supported by recently Mrs Elton Lundy and daughter tour ended In Atlanta Ga.. where Chairman Both said "Three He followed this by winning
Electronic Technician Radar] that you would like to have enacted federal llawlo Sally of Miami are visiting her shopping wa* enjoyed, with a present were citizens, not p< III.oI.nL handily the 11.12 site group u In
School; at the Naval Air Technical published please sign. We will I am still ot the opinion that brother' and sister In law, Mr: Board Meeting visit at the old home ot MIa* :: Virtually all were lYmo- the Capital" City Country Club
Training Center, Memphis.He blind and Mrs. dower Pearce and ion cats: and we will appeal to Drnvxrals .Junior Tournament held In TallaIwiwf. -
run it If the writer insists there are many, many good colored The exwutiv! board of the Fain at Milner, Ga. |
studied the use and repair but we will not print it at all people In QuIncy and Gads Mr. and Mrs. Gantry Hlgdonromt Quincy Junior Woman' Cub Mr. N. F. fain Sr. attended to vote for and work fir his score for the twndayM
of radar systems, electronic courttermeasures ; the weekend__ at Mexico met Solrtwater, but State law hole tixirnament being 86-88
otherwise.To den_ County, _and that it left alone n un -- Friday the home of Mr*. W. L. the meeting of the Executive pro
along with all Beach. I ilhlfi us as private dtlreni from for total of
typesof relations between me wo ram Montague with a good attendance Board ol the Anna Jackson Chanter a 172.'a
Neal boa returned I
radar and navigational aids, further substantiate the fact will continue to Improve but home after Weinberg The president, Mrs. Din. Brown, U. D. C hi Tallahassee on ;
the
Electronic countermeasures an! that many white people in this no amount of pushing and shoving spending summer presided. The Mrs Monday .,m. The meeting was
used to jam the detection equip county have been, over the years, by outsider will do a bit of goodmaybe at Camp Carolina near Brevard, Brady MiQeUan read secretary the minutes held at the home ot Mrs. D. A.I I
ment aboard enemy aircraft. and to the present date, a friend just bann.Havana "David attend and the treasurer Mrs. Alex Mc Avant Sr. Mrs. Fain la president i MERRILL'SBACK
Boll left Sunday to
Before attending this school he
to the colored man, 1 print below Millan made her of the chapter
graduated from Aviation Familiarization a letter or notice that was on behalf Gordon MWtary College, Barnea- report. Mr. and Mr*. Edward Fletcherand
School and Electronici I Soldier ville. Ca. theaJ1u'n reported on I
of a Gadsden County Negrowho daughter Suzanne- and son
Fundamentals School. had gone to Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. James Pfiel and son Nancy future plan for the the coming summer and. Rents have returned from a week'svacation TO SCHOOL IN
and year.The
Wood Judy
Baur Patsy
and got himself In a peck dtrouble Receives MedalAngeles regular club will beheld In New' York.
meeting
OBEYED HER ORDERS by allegedly killing another Smith *have Fair In returned New York.from theWorld' Friday' September 4 at the Mr*. A. D. Lester took her COTTON SEPARATES

Gastonla N. C.-There's one Negro. The letter was In Philippine Stat Miss Pearl Nicholson and Mrs QuI.y Woman's dub. Guest grandson Wallace Galloway I to his
response to a request from court home In Brevard, N. C, following I
woman who believes in doing Sergeant Eugene L. Hawkins Mary Ban spent several days speaker will be Barry Ottlnger.
appointed attorneys for the defendant visit h_. They were accompanied i
what police ask her to do. An son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. this week in St. Petersburg with a "QUEEN CASUALS"Colors
unidentified woman told police who Is charged with sec Brlgg* of 1145 Old St. Augustine relatives. Mrs. E. H. RoutonIs by Mrs. John Roberts 01'
that she knew the suspect for ond degree murder: Rand, Jacksonville, has been dec I The Rev and Mr. Thomas E. BalnbrWKe, They visited there I
whom they had a warrent, but he "To Whom It May Concern and orated-with the U. S. Air Force Cuttino and children have returned Hostess At Bridgo fur several day with Mr Lee- -
was not there. One of the officers "The Court of Monroe County, Commendation Medal at Clark from a two week visit In Charleston Mr*. E. IL Routon entertainedthe trr'. Km In law and laughter,
told her if she found him to sit New York. AFB, Philippines. Sergeant Hawkins S. C with relative Tuesday afternoon bridge club Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Galloway. I Paprika and Blue
on him until they returned. Returning -! "This is to certify that I have was awarded the medal for Mr. and Mrs. Byron Suber have with which she often plays. Late Wick Campbell ot Decatur, Ga
later the officers found known Thomas Harrell (Negro) meritorious service as an Illustrator returned from a week' vacationat summer flower were at Interest was a recent guest: Scott Smith::1 Complete Line of Wool and
the woman sitting atop the from infancy. Thomas' mother at Barksdale AFB La. He Montreal N. C. with his slater, points. Students whri entered Oilpola !
suspect on the street. I died when he was a small child Is now assigned with an Air Force Mrs. T M. Cumbie. Winner of high score Mr*. Otho College, Martanna are Alice Corduroy Slacks
liis aunt and uncle, LIU and Ben Comnnsiications Service AFCS) Jack Munrnp, Topper Hampton Edwards was swardnd a novelty Gay Sharon Poppetl, Rl< ON BRIEFINGS I Williams raised him. I have unit at dark. His group support Taylor and Frank U was holder of bingo, hire Lanier Luten, Mike Pamimore, Angnlla "Exclusive With Us"
Senator Goldwater has not closed known the family for the past the AFCS minion of maintaining Baker Eddie'Sunday to enter the Kichnrrtwn. Brooks, Ted Hutihanl, KennethUsher I
the door for intelligence brief- forty or fifty years. communlcatlnns for control University of Florida at Gaines At cuncluskin of throe progressions and John Lister. Mlu -- -
Ings from President Johnson's advisers .I For' the past twelve or fifteen of global Air Force opera ville. the hostess served an attractive
said he not tions. The sergeant is a graduate plate.
but was yean they lived on Mr. C. W.larbln' party
going to be trapped Into campaign farm adjoining)' farm.I of Landon Junior Senior High
silence about thing he already have worked Thomas on my School. His wife, Faye, Is the 1st Baptist WMS Bridge Club Meets
knows. At the present time Go alt daughter of Mr. and Mr*. W M.
farm at Interval and he was always With Mrs. Middleton
water Indicated he las no plans pleasant agreeable, polite Hendrick ot Havana. Installs OfficersThe
now to ask for such sessions. and humble. I Mr. W. E. Mlddlftiit' wa hostess -
to the TvMtday morning duplicate
"To the best of my knowledge Day and Night WMS of bridge club this week. Sandwiches FREE
he i never gave the County officers jPerJona/ First Baptist Church had a joint dips, cake cntfee' and
ELECTRICALSERVICE any trouble. His forebears meeting Monday night August Coca Colas were served lYIwi \
,
have been peaceful law-ablduhg "... I were novelties.
citizens. The meeting was opened with Mrs. Degas Brook and Mrs.
i "I would appreciate any leniency Among those here for the 75th assembly singing "Lead On 0 Fred L. May won first place, Mrs.
the Court may see fit to anniversary celebration of the King Eternal" after which Miss Fisher Williams and Mrs. Henry
administer. QuIncy State Bank Thursdaywere Lois Carter gave the Call to Faulk, second, and Mrs. Bin
Anything; from wir "Respectfully yours, Robert Strickland, vice president Prayer. Ma Holloway Circle presented Duncan and Mrs. llonry Weln-
house to replacing "0. F. Watson." Trust Co. of Georgia, Hugh the program with Mrs. G. berg, Jr., third. TRIAL
lug a To my way of thinking Mr. Wat-' Dlckson, vice president. First Na O. Bamett In charge. The topic Next Tuesday morning Mrs.
; a light bulb son did this as a duty for a friend total Atlanta, John Wulven, assistant nf the Missionary Program was Ben Duncan will be "hostess to the
and former employee. lie certainly -' vice president Ram eft "Rare Relations A Determining club at her hxtne
had no axe to grind andIf Bank Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Factor in World Mla lona."
Ike Shepardat he had desired he could have R. W. Bamwell and son Ralph The program was concluded with
been vague or forgetful and mayObe Jr., vice president Atlantic National prayer by Mrs. W W MameyMrs. AdoptionMr
made It a little worse for the Bunk, Jacksonville, Bob W. T. Crouch, president of and Mrs. Joseph T. Canleyit PAINT OFFERTHIS
colored man. That lawyer for strums, Buford Bowen and Julian What introduced Mrs. Bill Brick- Madison, ..nnnuUIII adoption
sure wasn't seeking any help for Harper, Jacksonville Merrill er, who Installed officers for the of a baby boy, August 21
SHELFERBLITCHFURNITURE his client from some civil rights" Lynch, Fenner Beam and Smith coming year. The InsUUatfcm. He ha been named Samuel Blake
CO. organization. He was seeking the (Stock Broken), Mr. and Mrs was beautifully worded, stressing Cantry. Grandparent are Mr.
truth. George Lewis ST. and J. V Chapman the worth ol women In our church and Mr*. E. S. Blake of Quincy
HAln ,. {* Tallahassee. life. Each officer was presenteda and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cantey, WEEK ONLY!
II... ISI-S43J Civil rights brings to mind the Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Allen and "prt'll<'ripU'"" to serve _nand I Havana. Great grandmother Is
Warehouse ,II. MAin T-IIOO Saturday edition of the Gadsden" family, Janet Gilbert and Charles enthusiastically this new year Mrs. Berta D._Wilson_of_OIIp ry. PAINT BEFORE YOU PURCHASE
County Free Press which la said Brlnkley have returned from a In our church. The following officers .
_
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trip to the Smoky Mountains.Mr. were Installed:
and Mrs Robert L. Brawn WMU. 1'reIidM1tM. W. T. CHOUCH'SRexall
and children Betsy, Susan and Crouch; secretary Mrs. Alton r '
LEAF THEATREPHONE Robert Jr. have returned from a Towles. ; YWX director Mrs.
vacation to Niagara Falls and Edwin Stank{ G.A. dtmflor Drugs
points in Canada visiting relative Mn. W. W. McPherson; Sunbeam'
MAin 7-8311 and friends.Nevms dtreckir- Mrs. Austin Nixon. .;
Smith and Bobby Lester Day W M.s. officers: President- 3 N. Madison St.
Mrs Earl Sdxjfleld; vice president
Mrs. W. W. Massey; recording MAin 7.7123 _
THURSDAY LAST DAY secretary Mr*. Alton. fi AA 1
HILL Towies; corresponding secretaryMr QUINCY. FLORIDA 1RIAl 6U [[
DOUBLE FEATURE G. A. McUearmld; treasurer i -- -
Mrs. Cordy Massey; Enlistment 1

DRIVE-IN Mrs. FJ. Belli, program DEPOSIT THE REGULAR PRICE FOR A GALLON OF '
-- Mrs. N. r. Fain; Mission .
CART Study.- Mrs Carl Edwards: Cummunity ROUEZE. GET A SECOND GALLON FREE ON THE

Mission*- Mrs. Emily REGULAR FREE GALLON OFFER PLUS AN INTRODUCTORY .

S Friday Saturday Quart May Love rman;; St Prayer wanWllpMn.Miss Sara. CAN. USE THIS FREE INTRODUCTORY

TO NY' 'OPERATION S.pt. 4, 5 M. D. Walker PublicityMr CAN IF FOR ANY REASON YOU WISH TO RETURN
A. J. Lockerman PubUcatVins
;
THE
TWO UNUSED
GALLONS WITHIN 30
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs Roy McLmdon; facial DAYS
CURTIS FEincoAr Mrs. Van Godwin; Yearbook DO SO AND GET A -

-'-'- Io oR, h IU Nittltl' alE Irua Jerry Lewis In Towles.Mrs. John Mrs.)McAfee Bra Mrs LovingoodOrde Alton C FULL CASH REFUND

mal"men: Mr. G. a Barnen DEPOSIT
"Who'sMinding Mr*. W. L. Ford, Mr*. Henry. I -
ALSO"PILLOW Grady Mr*. Frank Whittle and a t lilt TIM CIMMNT/f ....
MIL R. A. Bush. ) 0

Night WoM... officer are; :,
President. Mis Sara Stewart;
TALK"STARRING vice president Mrs BID Brtckr ,- ONE COATROLEZE
The Store"ALSO ; secretary' and treasurer
...... EnUs
Eleanor Stiffens, (
ROCK: HUDSON tnrtit Mrs. Polly Adams; Program l 'It,

MIle Mary ftrphm: Mir 6 t.ae\6 '-" .
and DORIS DAY slot Study Mrs. Mary Burnett; ACRYLIC LAW) HOUSE PAINT
Cbmmurtty Mission-- Mrs. Ann
ParanoiacSunday. buck: Prayer Mrs. Alice Wolf;
9ewardsMpMrs ManM Milliard : 0' rf PLUS
STARTING FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4 ; PIsUlcallcesMrs; Fine- : :

ewe Patton; lorlal Mrs. Ruby Reg'$898
SIX BIG DAYS! SopL 6 Griffin and lira. Geneva CUM, ? '= : ..
Coupon ...... Peggy W-& -.7.7.. .:: ...... Z red Gal
I
DOUBLE FEATURE After Imtallatlan. earn snrMy
On of the Most Talked About Picture held a brief buetntM assess; .... ENRICHED
WITH
big report and ether amount ALCOA'StYDRAL
"The Sinister iwrts' made. Cveryne was k.
"ADULT ENTERTAINMENT voted to say far a rwpW M- I
lowing (he buatfMS, lor Mr*. A. m
Urge"ALSO D. Maya, who lid been Mrhn4
ADMISSION $1.00 < by ...... W. W. MUST*. FREE
After M ywt of faithful srrvkein ..,
PERFUME ee ere case rase'. 5Yr Reel en w
First Baptist Qr etS, Mrs.Mayo neue.w ter/ore WAs.e saccosar Italia
all be leaving Ie he M *UM'TM -..., SIKf WlfM' M*. nfN" 1'111" lee
"The Violent to .......-,. Ala. DrttriousIsdu .COLOGNE ass wan' ** loiua 'std, a e.essasess.
,ef i nents were vrve" Ow +' Itwrraao8b
by the odJ eommKM. ofWMS. INTERIOR LATEX TRIM AND DECK

Years" See,, Sl WALL fAINT tA ENAMEL

The fitted SUM C" aO WOvO WT fy e IICIlUMf M/MM ... ..,, HMMtr tMMTlMf f* .MA
Pus participated dtmffy ar kv I' = = '- 1J'I /eN. w1/ts are wsaNea
erectly k* tracing the bulbing.morVrniiing .V" a eeee r: ; ..ere fi a$ u/awur
COMING e un CUAsee WPM Mal ,
at 171
sr eipaming ore ..*... ease sue Mlalela Is16N
ferric sisal .UMS rae ft* .*4 hURl ems see I5N16N
Sept 11. 12 of Work War IL TM mss trade tlelr star.atsl.I'-1.trr PLUS 2nd
fern shnm toe UBlm> 4irs- I' GAL PLUS 2nd GAL



i-.1 1> b) 'tr shothEYERY TIMBER. ,: $62 F@EE. _$6? .. FEE

... ..t M..e. MM I*** CM*
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} '" Ut Us Help You Harvest Your Timber WM!j :

t&ItJllwll Contact u. B.(or. You Sell! ; COM'LETILINI OF TOP QUALITY PAINTS AND ,\ \PAlt .
tacit chit fla tM_
ysu EHOTIOt4 WE PAY TOP MARIET PRICESI! i PAINT ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE. EXHIBITAT


!qHr IIARPERAIIGEA5[ ; 1 Florida Forest Products, Inc.I I 100 NORTH ADAMS STREET mmmmI'

.. Can Tom PauL QuIncy 156-5494 MAin 7.-.. Qulncy. Florida "" FAIRGADSDEN */

Z-e t TEOOtm.Dfr'Pa vwr ot call or writeP. .. sn.resr .

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(flCJHT GADSDEN COUNTY TIME QUINOT FIOnfDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBKR 1. ID81

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:' 1' *: PORTION SHANK' S91 RIBS

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r ((fi((( I Wi'_ SWIFT'S PREMIUM ALL MEAT SKINLESS Afeafy 391/

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FI .1 35 STEWING GA. GRADE "A"


\ GRADE QUI FROZEN ENDER PLUM YOUNG

A! EIS 10Attora{ : 20 HENS

EIGHT 0' CLOCK LB f *$ AcSPECIAL

CoffeeSaiel! Ib.

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PICKLE PATCH WHOLE DILl or HAMBURGER.SLICED DilL R.alemon.
"+ EVARMILK3s Lemon Juice ,

I'WHITE BRAND-MOUSC- L., ...rC_ulAN_ 59! PICIi": ; IJES Vt per/cC 22 JAR oz. 4 Frozen Valley Drinks Gold 8 Oz. 25c

----" 'ELCN'S FIE5TA PUNCH, APPLE-GRAPE PRINK or Liquid Detergent
PLAID 6 Oz. lOcDetergent Swan Liquid

.STAMPS.. Quar} 12 Oz. 35c
With Dili Coupon rurchM*01
I I- 1 14)., I 0* CtM AM r.i. Cp11S
f 1 I .Pork & Beans 35c .. Liquid Detergent
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I I..|J. 3 CXxipo* good Uir Hot* I DEL-MONTE EARLY GARDEN SWEET PEAS or FRUIT Lux Liquid i

! r,;=:-_.1 ,.OC..,AIL 4 '8 1'7 l 22 Oz. 65c 16-wickCANS -Oz. 41cBlue


j.. Hllh Po1./1.ape..nd r.n4iM of ...: ., '. .. .. . Detergent
\ Pint Bottle Ann P.e ,SPECIAL. .! FRESH VINE i l : RIPENEP) l Picnic ViennaSAUSAGE Silver Dust
French Dressing 33c ....: .. :
/ 1. : 2 if" 29c
JI 3. n,JM"l pl!! ; ScOff

I,.....tanr.:1IJC.:1Itail........--------------I......-.........._--._--_...:, ; STRAWBERRY Crystal Brand Preserves 2 Lb. 95c 15 Ox.Fabric. 30c
f ---aSftrHrHI.II PLAID: ',.{, m. II" ". DE. I' Our Own 64 Jar Final Touch Softner
i ** "" STAMPS It: .. TEA r' 49c
Iii \\lIh"'I.'af'l'fl. _al |Z''! '.. i .. White House Evap. 17 Oz. 49
.:H U ChlU Oh Rnltto Sauce A..I fit 29c i(61]ij 1!; :....'...:;.' LBS i MILK 6 Carton Can 77c ._.._.._c
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[r 50 STAMPS PLAID'MWltk .:FRESH::WHITE' SEEDLESS :'.::':' "FRESKITALUN} :'PRUNEQropes ...::.::.;: '" ':a 4 f. .._:..__ Pkq.
.Kill' Uwpm I'vn u*"( )Plums Ann ":matoKeicaup
: 2l8i29'
It Sliced 0.i Pkf.rim.nl Cheese?. elr 49cill. rli m. I .. :,:: 2 Lbs. 29< .'..: :... _. ....... .,..,.......... ..,.:.;.:-
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t "tSlKHKlRISftiKtl",' "'h___..._....:_.._..; :; September 6 Btls.JJC I

Detergent Detergent Detergent Condensed Detergent Detergent DetergentDishwasher Liquid Detergent I

Surf Breeze Rinso Blue All Fluffy All All Cold Waler All

20 Os.7cOii. 26c 38 Oz. 79c 22 Or.5cOfi. 28c 24 Os.4cOU. 35c 19 Os.ScOif.
30c 20 Oz. 45c 32 Oz. 79c

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DIXIE I. LILY GRITS 59c LIPTON Lb.11ft.LOOSE TEA .. 89cSS WHITE BEAUTYSHORTENING SULTANA NEW

NABISCO II OM. PREMIUM I SALTINES 23c LIPTON TEA BAGS rw I SANDWICH SPREAD
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1411. (' 1'hw!.o d TIM M. I U* l1. (Rrf.w Drk 'Ilrute VaM
LIGHT TUNA - 35c FROZEN LEMONADE 2 for 23c2for2Sc
1 1 t'h. ( 1111tnt el IN llro 1 11..(a. MIst. 11Nd
WHITE TUNA 41c FROZEN LIMEADE -- 3 Lb. 49c Quart 49C
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15 flitS Ofc J I IK ( Mw4MMM't Jar
tfl TON..INSTANT TEA ,73c CORN OIL MARGARINE ... 33c ..c.PAt:1 .



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__ GAD."DEN COUNTY TIMES QITNCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBFR *. 1B84 PGR HINt
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YOUTH ASKS

r r w/M.:'.:, .=:. M", Pet I filth and e ChallengeGood .
k7F + yr: tl tt.i: fflirtif{ f. 'I 'I 'I Example. and Good CxpUnitioni .
j iJ"llii' n. 11' 1l ........ ..... 1J" ...... I' Known Llmlli
... 7;.... .,.... .,.... .,.... sod MLo\'lnr Caiuliteacy U..nr.. "And

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 3TH Bf Dorothy .. Alexander,

I t: PubUcitloni rierldi Dhrliioa Speclallit.(
Child Training School

I L 100 !! With Coupon No. 37 Below and Purchase of One Some change have been nut/If

In the plant tar the Pilot Cbnftr-
!| SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS FULLY COOKED once on Juvenile Protection to
he held .t the Florida School fir
EXTRA Hoy at Marianna September II,
i 9. and 10 The pmnramt will
1J ICanned HAM 4 $298 draw from the brut IrjaJ mind
STAMPS CAN ui the country u well M from
: high officer in the National ConParent -
e 1i iii I"'III ,, and Teaiher
( "which alona ,,ith the National
i F r Ike :: OQ (\mnoll a| Juvenile C3nuit Judges,
II ipunanrlnu this (mnference On
NOBODY Saves You More Than WINN-DIXIE the program aim\ will he repreentatlvea -
.......''' ..'..........,...'',':'''''. "" of Juvenile rourta and
COOK QUIK (SEE COUPON NO. 36)) l law enforcement atrnrlet of

Cube Steaks 3 ... ... $1.99IN Florida.TTin.conferem' *, for I NationHi .
ttucret Rndnna out of
grew
READY TO SERVE GLASSES
t'ioida. 3
Y regional mnforrn.whiId
Shrimp Cktail eU'ln 79 at Ira.nlnx; ) shoals In Flan
1'ila iMt year under the apnnanr.Wp .
.3Jk' l + }o : ? FROSTY MORN Ol. .! of the Florida Ctmfrren of
u -Q 1'arent and Teacher and the
ek Wieners pvq. ouC Florid. Ommll of Juvenile Court

a L'"" ..'R'+" ro': ; COPELAND Pickle & Olive Loaf. Botooa* Uvet Ch. I Judge
the
Attending Pilot Conferencewill
Sliced Meats 2..e... 49< .he the president of each of the
IS itate congrenaea, the chairman
t ;,, + *EG. J7| OSCAR MAYER LIVER SAUSAGE OR "1 '-'ial of the juvenile protection committee

Sandwich Spread"SUNNYLAND ::: 29 of each tats eongre, and
two other a* delegate* from each
of the itale at: Alahama Arkankaa -
I ? FRESH PORKy norMa Oorfla Lnul-

Sausage n. 39 lana' MtMlulpnl.Oklahrjna Mltacurl, North
(1n411.*, South CkroUna -
SEAFOOD SPECIAL 11'slop, r ...I Tenneiiaee, ami Texaa.
Thla li, to me, a heartenIng -
a Perch Fillets 39 very
,.. < development Theme of lie
wIw who work wtlh wayward children
) BIIfa31M1iidM awls a5a :,.aslsbagtsltllldE "tt7 have known and "talked It' a
f 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON NO 31 liiut time that delinquency la
:
a problem that must be fared: bythe
Gr. Beef 5 PKa $195 whnle tnrlety becaua the
Sweet Hickory Smoked whole elf nrtety la Involved In It
r The Florkla' Juvenile Cast t'cumdntlon -
v
Btdi:a3 r.JS11rlof. WWCTI li, In the main, a
H A M SCANTALOUPES "lay" organisation pnlnlt Ihlaml
In Ita aliigan. 'Thee Are
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Jumbo Vine Ripened Western iRESHt{ Oiir OUdren" IV Federatedomen "
'I Cluha of America, with
S e (Mr apunaimihlp of the annual
"'>.y In Cn1 have heen emphanlrlne -
; this fir sores year.
Small The MorliU Federation. if Bua-
SWEET AND JUICY FRESH Ineni and PrnfaMinnal Women
luha have had thetr itatewldproject ..
...................... Nectarines 2 t.., 39 Whole fur own ai years the Florida
r. Crhnd tar Girl at Ocala and are
NOT NOT IUT :
FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
: THIS THIS THIS Sweet Corn 8.A..59< or Half constantly a* tn' their reoinnilhlllty a.'IIIInlhf'm..IVOI to theae,
'111F.1n < 1 i FRESH MOUNTAIN GROWN RIPENED IhIrluth'"ftr Martanna Plan," the
I 4 $1 2VINE LB. HiWa rHilrlct << Klwanla. 'hna
_1191 lY t Tomatoes 39< lull ailnilttnd) Hi feeling of re- 4

.1 SMALL MEDIUM JUMIO i U $, NUMBER ONE YELLOW VVhat't toner' than a beautifully baked ham Wonderful hot, iiintrb 'I1'WI.lhlllly| toward nhnul. In*tor PhlMren bnyalihrr j
In the Mining
4S.SIZI U-SIZI 27.SII : cold Every mouthful It rich in the hlghcit quality protein Toka
1,........................ Onions S., ... 39e advantage of this special low Winn.Dixie price. an awakenlnf nrgnnlullnna awarraeM are ,ahnwlng nil )
II'I'wt o have the PT.A'i reining
in, learrhlnf In cots .effertlve
ala.t'.lr' l *. a.IANT _[ -' !lijl: _- ,, 1. If II..- .UII 'UI1IIJIj way, far I Ihelr plar In the pinto" ,,
ill "1""' '. Are Our Children
1 1 With the aurvey nf FVirtda'.
/ """, I. ,In 'the treatment. Juvenilehy
/ dwllnlplrry the Florida' Tank
ELK. rmre on IVIImiiiency now underway
1 with the xirpiM of provldIng -
.C a rtwrleil aime for the Stale,
XWEU / lo take, It linka like the dawn of
s dwr 6 IrltP lire day whoa we shall hrgln annntaiilMNl
NOS 1 atHt-nilfle attack ri calls aa has hofoftmAt100
i
I t on other 'plaguea"Thla
s t 1t MAYONNJUSEMayonnaise aiirvey made pnerihle by
I'FRUIT the national IflVWlllllI'nl.nl In

-........... r (he Mait ahinit. the bnrt newa
i worker* In I"' Held mold have.
CABOT IRIQUETSCHARCOAL ; MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE ASTOR FLAVORED : BLUE ar WHITE ARROWDETERGENT Rlvallli It la the new, enlightened
alHlmle, .the news media and
COFFEE HI-C DRINKS S FTDiiINKS i iS1OVeSI" he puhlli where realliallnn at tnhe
i I ; .,. pomplenlty of thll Ulneti If

Love 20< 20-Lb. Bog Save 141. 1Lb. Can Sovtl8 1lb. Con Save 3 Con I Saw lit Giant Box 1 Cons .prowling.A

: J i = :: :::1 TASTEOF


79'Hov 69 t i 59 s C :8/6' 9fis II :I i 48Hj 1 CANS, .I., 39? I jr huh HONEY Mimaler


A CookOut Tonight Good TiThe Lest Drop Comport Quality end Mel I Stock.Up All Floras I j I Compos The Wo" and the PrV. j j 1'9 12... ",-.A-Way c- I Compaie QuaIty.I Pr.. sire prehlctnda time*

... .. ... _... ... .... .... ,.... .... when the. flrtl ivn a" aim'k hi.
----- ---0. J "'*" --> "- no. -.m. -"'*- -. -- hand In tree trunk fill of
........IIOIof' _" -... ,...... _rf.O': :': ... aIs": '<<.':...,__ _._ i114Y 1. J and ....,a... the .awl itli'ky hnney MUif

man hai regarded honey at both
IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN POTATOES SAVE 5< EACH. THRIFTY MAID SAVE 161. DffP SOUTH a randy atxl a tmdAllhrwgh .

French Fries 2 Lb. Bog 39' Applesauce 2 ,25' Peanut Butter 2J;:". 49' I binary of the h.tweet. long tonth fc -nfavurlte

MORTON FROZEN ALL FLAVORS SAVE 2< EACH VAN CAMPFran SAVE 10, FONDA WHITE many of ottirrt.the nulr1U have Blood pmvUed R .beaue In.

Pies 3 Family Silt $1. Pork & Beans 8 Canl'300 $ Paper Plates IS-.t. 39' 'it Mini natural of wnail the emipimmta ..fiwrry

TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN SAVE I0< SAVE I0< FONDA 7.01Cold are aucart aayl T A.F4dlhrm .

Fish Sticks 3 :Pkgs $1. Swift Prem. !&:: 39' Cups P r. 39' /' "with the 'Wallow.nort-la aMtalant Agricultural Knblnann aplculluriil point Experiment

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M maintain a unUurm rnl<*
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TEN CADSDEN COUNT TIMES QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY.. SEPTEMBER 3, 1884

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r ,..h.sn Our County Is BlessedDo "



we stop to be thankful our busy days : k {

That our county is blessed in eo many ways?


The people of Gadden regardless of race It I

Have won for themselves an enviable place. I
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They have shown in this time of pressure and stress,

A strength of character that our Father will bless.


There's only one answer for that we give thanks

Our people have refused to Join the showoff cranks.

We've all been pressured again and again )""\

But that treasured virtue common sense steps in
...-- -..... .. .. .- ,. .. ,I"
And says, "Don't listen to perjurers, continue to be

1964 JUNIOR LITTLE LEAGUE ALL-STARS art front row l.ft to right: Eddie Young An example of strength for the world to see!.1"lei'

Olin McMillan, Jimmy Chance, Jimmy Conrad Paul McLendon, Sterling Philllpi, all strive to prove that Gadsden's the place '-'. .. --. --1. ... '
Eddie Ranew Dean McCormick Francis Mothers Jr., Eddie Ingram and David Gay. Where of race.
I people are regardless
Back row: Managers Glenn Chance Winston McLendon, Wallace McCormick, strong MOON LANDING RESEARCH VHHICII Astronaut Nell Armstrong

Auburn Well, Ed Ranew and Jack McMillan. Absent from the picture ore Billy I Mobs D. B.n Bell moon landing research vehicle at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.

Dodion and Tony Boggi. Honorable m.ntlonEddl. Young replacing Tony BoggsIvacation I, bug other simulator Gemini Project for the astronauts two-man space are In flight.training with a free flight

), Sandy Young and Everitt Dr.w. Photo by Martin's Studio I IBlIII


land by which you are not to Include agile Adding running depth ability and pushing\ hardIn Lake Talquin .

ponds and for they are often the backfield.ls Wayne Cbeite, I Spots In The News I ,miooms.
,
who
is alternating between halt !
..
very rolling lands. A hammock back and fullback.There Uon here means s piece of land with
many large trees and an almost .is concern over the lack show that they make up 79 I 1 1l

impenerable underwood. The underwood of depth at the tackle and guard cent of the total fish poJNlation.Beyond :CONTRAST; Majestic length of
.ls forhe most part petitions. The duties are pe doubt It .is time to l uxury liner SS "United States" al v

small live oak, laurel, dogwood, formed by Jim Spooner, who .is the shad again Iwarfs a motor cruiser as 62,000-
rapidly Improving and Cost of selective treatment .
grape-vines bamboo Of all the sophomore
lovely lands I ever saw a magnolle David DeBord. who has the size close to Jl 5,000.00 and the regular ::on "Big U" left New York harbor.

hammock .is the most lovi and is expected to progress with funds of the Game and :

I ly. A magnolia hammock where experience Water Fish Commission can it .... t

the magnolia is the principallarge Holding down the guard chore longer carry the expense of r", me ..IJ.._
growth undergrowth. You are Hugh Thompson, relatively! program By making Lake Tal.quln WI&.
always find the live oak and bay ;mall but vigorous with Winston a Fish Management Area It '
( 7egr11lrt1Yt tree mixed with the underwood 'Chester and Hugh\ Nicholson make. funds available from I' <<.I
t .and it to the It for special fishing Improvement fund; ',. '
presents eye mag lighting out the other guard s '
1 _. .
II.nlflcent groves of the richest\ evergreens ,petition when Forehand \isnIhert. funds which are now being usedto ? ......-rj --...
with the long.moss, which Improve the fishing of lOIn.olllpr
II sometimes ten and twenty fee county! art manipulated
Clayton Hanney letterman cen
a long waving gracefully among ,lee from last now Following the talks by Cantor In CUr*.
year
experienced rsdloactlrt Iso Transforming all ly furniture)
,those verdant bowers, or dinging I is improved and counted game officials a question andIJIIWt'r j eollt.iner.lt'l with paint into pieces yoa cue

In tasteful festoons to one-fourth I m. bring tough in the middle of period was held and i of radiation be proud of Is more popular today -
highest branches of the various I the line. a vote was taken it was heavily for Indus 1; than ever
evergreens. The clearings here In favor of making the lake ; =:' rt One return for this I* the
The will to
are ragged looking things passing game rest management area AU of the fish t, + vogs for EdwardlsB and VictorIan .
r.imi Fred H. Maddox scarcely a single tree cut down :some degree In the hands of four camp operator were In favor of 1 Sf rtlic tometlmet com
All; they do Is to cut out the un toys comDetinrf for the end no- the proposal i I pletely restored often at not

Billy Poston Is who Is retiring after 23 years derwood, -a few small tress, burn ..uiona"Lam I' Munroe, Gary Commissioner Easterwood explained simply ae enameled "fnn" ob-!
service. the trash and go head But the Porch, Charlie LaBarre and EddIe that the Leon County jtcts hi a room arrangement.Amtrlctn .

Meat Company A former active FFA member profits! They are very interesting hail All are rated contenders. commission In session Tuesday f I attic are fill at
and e 1958 graduate of Quincy ram three to four hundred dollar\ Qulncy High will be kicking morning had voted to call a public faralture from these. eras.
High School, Billy will be serving per hand-counting all sorts and oft Its (4 grid season with a hearing In Leon County immediately Starch out aa old sofa er chair

Representative this area He .Is married to !sizes The good folks here begin conference opener In Chlpley 01\, providing the project perhaps also needing thaphosterer's .
the' former Delia linnet Qulncy to understand the value of their September 18. That's only two was approved here. He was ofthe hand and paint

DUly Potion of Qulnry hu and the; couple: has : child, lands and are holding them as weeks ..w&1DeBord! opinion that his county would It( In "Du need o"to satin-sheen the enamel.No old.
remove
been named general lint salesman Ben age I. pretty stout prices vix from iln approve the move Varnish coats)

tar Armour 4 Company Meat Department Mr Maddox said the company 12: to 40 dollars. The day for Attends The game officials stated that Select any had that It* the>

with the divisional office gave him the privilege of selectIng speculation here with safety, has Lake Talquin would probably ar .. ... room color scheme. If In doubt
h Albany Ca. lit .li replaclni his successor and "I picked guns by. From yet treated for shad around September CONCENTRATION put oa two cottt of whit. Theatttnd
Fred H. Maddox of RatnbrldwOakdale Billy Poslon" seen or heard I think I ;vend spoor (Cml... ..*. .... <>..> 10 and predicted that fishing : bark and admire your
chance to buy land For unless would Improve almost Immediately Keith Schnltzleln 2. of handiwork. You'll bare acquired

stored In July failed to do so ::1 I can get a bargain In It I land bank associations The sssodatians especially speckled perch: fishIng New Jersey supplies lung a "new" fashionably
,
E1TE sTb within five days after their 18th 'shall not buy this spring: but In each state elect two power to rev up his plastic smart, that wilt' serve at a>

birthdays, Cot, Wall said Of II do not think I shall ever be entirely members who must be member p'nwheelpropeller.ws topic of conversation for a lone
1,424 late. registrants! only 27 content with Old Virginia\ ofhe board of directors of I a B L time to coma ,
s T 6 were declared wilfully delinquentby again. She is too stingy in her )'I'dpraland bank association, J. RIOTS AND RAIDSIn fps hat HM UrtmtlM tnlMt

o uncompensated civilians manning returns and too cold Eliza A. Miles, Jr., President of the s recent speech addressing
o Florida's 83 local boards Eppes has just handed me a violet Federal Land Bank Associate members of the Citizens Committee -
This indicates carelessness and which with her love she desires of Tampa was the other elected for Community Relationshat 3

ignorance not rank disobedience I will send to Susan and member by the seven association will help Implement the a"tt. ,

Louisiana Is behind most Isle rrgirsllons. also to say that she will carry her In Florida Civil Rights Act President Johnson o i'lI.
D. M. Dowdoll. Jr., President III _
The climate
August 28, 1094Mr. some sugar-cane. declared the nations fate
Late registrants\ declared "delinquent" here In winter resembles our May The Federal Land Bank of Columbla will not be decided "by street
S. L. Mutchlnton Editor i
are subject to possible and June, a mixture of rain and presented and reviewed rioters and night raiders" He r ..... :\ I
Gadtden Times
Florida County early Induction Into the Armed charming weather Mary desires with the Committee the annual report -said that the nation has chosento w*' uBiit4 __
Quincy, her love to your wife, James of the bank for the fiscal meet the "by the answer
I'orces This is
the
problem victory that hath
Dear "Hutch"tIt
: SO 1984 which
ended June ,
she wants year
and and .
was good to see "Bits and] Registrants help themselves bj to yourself ash says much ".o bat reflected a record year of achievement of overcome the world, eYeD oar

Pieces" on the front page of your registering on time, under a new she see don't yo know very what to do! Shi In long tl'lTIcredit servlo faith.-(I John 5:4).

August 20th issue program launched in July to examlne when she gets to Virginia to farmers In th Columbia dli. TV DEBATE KILLED Your faith should increaseand
better still to read Mat out of school says I
It was year-olds trict Th volume of loans close 'I
it will be long
you had to say concerning the unmarried and otherwise available \- once more a pretty during the past fiscal year wa I Senate Democrats have relieved become stronger as yon

greatest problem facing the AmP, for military service. (One while before- but she that says is yes all to In leave the largest of the 47 year history, President Johnson of the burden France;7;kno it's time to, get outs grow in understanding The
lean people today. This problem, I. to Identify those who, tgnln my .. of deciding whether to debate I,7 more you know of God
purpose eyel. I think her health has 1m of the bank and exceeded $1 S. Ed Lotham ier and Ken Kortas, 245 the
I. is not peculiar to the South a. all Armed Forces examinationand proved very much, and that abs 000,000. Senator Coldwater In a radioelevlilon !) respectively live for that ball. more you follow and practicethe
evidenced by the uprisings and to refer those who qualify fa campaign confrontationBy
... truth. And when
II itill Improving She is ml n. yore
A displays of mob violence and Ignorance rehabilitation to sgmctet for education a 44-41 vote, the Senate faith Is
troubled with and lit solidly based it becomes
cough very -
the United
throughout retraining and other asslslance. Health Dept. killed legislation\ to suspend
lie with phlegm. I trust that this transcendent
Itallll time provisions of the Communlcations
fine climate will relieve her
wholeheartedly with sc
I agree Examination of 1 Syearoldsdoes ActCountries
and admire for much that by the next autumn (CmtlantS fnm ...* On)
your thoughts you not mean they face Indue-
her health will be entirely restored.
them. 35
publishing dun In the Immediate future.
Yours truly I received a letter from Mr. staff, a public assembly room developing :
very Present induction .is 21-21,
age BB
K.N.11urgHIOakdale. Reee of date 28th Deer in whichhe X-ray roam Immunization room transportation systems can t
depending on calls Selective ServIce /
Louisiana receives from the Department says "Mr. R. T. Hubard was rooms for nurses, filing and storage obtain full site railroad pIIII'II"In f
here today and said his wife is space.The cars in "kits" ready for assembly.
of Detente.
I now and has been sick for 2 or exterior of the building II Built mostly\ of stainlesssleet
The State Director\ predicted in
Young Men Told July 20000 year-olds over 3 I days." I hope she was not very constructed of light tan-colorec \ each car .Is designed In
sick. Indeed I concluded there blocks and Inside contains terrazso sections for easy shipment and
Florida would register\ In the following
was nothing serious, or you would tile flooring, plaster walls and ran be assembled by unskilled
With 12 months. He noted this
I To Register week that his earlier plea for not have left her. Mary and myself accoustlcal ceilings. .ibor.
The designed
have been very anxious to new building was
1 Local Board compliance period with the following five-day 18th regitrtUon hear from yourself and family by Barrett, Daffin & Bishop, LANDS BIO FISH

and I have attributed our not Tallahassee architectural engineering
I birthdays brought in 400.500 long tearing to my requesting in my firm and constructed by Cocoa Beach, Fla. Fifteen yearnld
Young men turning 18 yearsof overdue registrants to local boards letter to Susan, that you should Williams Construction & Supply,, Tom Joyner, Jr battled a ..
age must register with the Selective In July, Including some who oth- direct td Mobile Write to us and Inc. for approximately 173000 310 pound sting ray for 18 hour ....
fivedays
Service System 18th within birthdays erwiw might not have registeredat direct tohi, place as soon as Thomas Reed reported that he li and 43 minutes before he finally "And, as you CaD note..,
following their all advertising Air bids for the it to shore with the help 01divei'll. *
10 Chairman his reaches you. A party of Indians purchase (got rID for economy I
No
Local Board As Florida news media spreadthe
The boy let theline
4 In number robbed three of a new portable Xraj never go
K A. MncGowan, Quincy, word further of
improvement!
and sandwich
Gadsden ate
waggons between this and 9t machine for the Count one
said today. Tht Local Board the State's registration\ picture .is
North Mark <( address is Wllco Building, expected.Men last Friday carrying of 10 was moved by Commlstlonei oar through the ray's gills "I AL'yMj
Madison., Quincy, and It serves turning II In this county
mules and Negroes They Woodward and seconded by Canmfuhier enabled Tom to get him to the
the entire Gadsden County area. will report td the nearest local traded the m'he and burnt two of Homer hUrt that the beach.
Mistaken ideas are held by board. If a man Is. away from
\ waggons, to one of which t resignation of Mrs. Shirley Clark
some men that they may home vacation attending I D
young on mules attached. The asslstsnt home demonstrationagent WAR 0V POVERTY BILL TOPICS
I register any time during their school l, or working at a temporary were poor
October :
which is effective ,
,
lath year; however, the five-day job, ht should register and give mules run the burning waggon 31 be Another assistant President Johnson hns signed\
manfully accepted
limitation .1s imposed by Preal ds permanent home address. His against a tree and pawed be in Mrsdark's Into law his "war on poverty" 'a.1
1 will employed
before could loose from
denial proclamation d U48, the hometown board will receive his they made get hit place.E7BL.AV6 program declaring It will A e1-., Vow Dotwm M_M, ,
It. One Negro ,
Chairman said registration card from the board escape cost the living standards of "the \- 1..1 Urttul !Smtt n4 dol
Late registrations among Florida taking his registration\ Ills board with two mules and gave the forgotten fifth of our people" In Flondi U..lt IS .
: 114 .
's young men turning 11 seriously of Jurisdiction never changes alarm. The Indians were pursuedand the city and country. It is the PHYSICIAN PLACEMENT

hamper Selective Service Parents may accompany eons overtaken Their prize taken Artmore, Ala...Having reached tint major legislation offered by t A JIGSAW PUZZLE
with
operations aimed at helping them to register, but this is not neces from them They eso sped the eg* of 114. Will Adams him and H was passed after a John Doc, U.D. announces

and the Nation State Selective sary. Registrants may Identify their lives brisk by fire giving from leg-ball their under says he plans to live to be at Ic og. tough fight. the opening of hit office fot
Service Director Colonel Harold themselves by birth certificates, a pus'suers. least 120 years old. lies daughter' the practice of medicine at 101
tell Mr
C Wall said recently. rivers'[ licenses and other rtords Will you please Mrs Mattie Thomas, said her BOOM IN IrOVOML Palm Lane.
More than one out of three of Rees If he has had Tabby bro'thome. lather acting little Behind that familiar and
was s more
Florida s S,NT young men reg Each man will be mailed I Rec- to send her back to MillBrook his age since he fill out a pecan The nation's economic boom has ample announcement may lie
I.tl'ltloo( Gerttttrate on the 10th and If he has not benther This accident tatted new records' for July as I months and oftea: years ol
tree two
I home not to do to. Tell him yean ago. factory production scored' an t searching for asd sclectine e
of tilt month following registration -
day caused him doctor for the
to see a
this card to have u. a good garden, to eleventh consecutive advance and suitable practice locatto And
He will carry trial time In his life. I
Positive Protection It he keep the Negroes well suppliedwith the Government reported e break'' chances are that ie hit .e.rck
.t all times. Should he lose Adams worked regularly at S
shod the doctor
wood keep them well trough in the fight against unemployment seed or was helped
Against TERMITES! should apply for a.Is duplicate required to and not to>> expose those that were sawmill until he was 94- Industrial produc-II by the Florida Medical Aito
Each '
registrant
board \Immed- sick tell him I will write to don was 8V per cent higher\ than COUISION-This Is the biasing nation t phyiiciae piacemeviservice.
Inform his local TARES DOG AND BONE .. Damn NJ after trailer .
address and him In a few days Should broth a year ago. The Labor Department Township a
,lately of changes In Louisville Mrs William U 1963, 650 pky.ic.at
hit I00,000 were
er Robert com over about said employment was and a pickup truck collided. The driver
:other Information affecting his business with Stratton (?) tell Teller's children watched thenelihbor' shove last year during Nye Jr. 27, was trapped la his cab assisted by the seme in find
,
liability for military service.Old shepherd dog tryingo \ ins initial practice locations ..
knows where the
I him Mr. Reel the same period. Charles tuber. 50. driver of the pickup Florida to
take a bone from their chkniahau. or moving wohs
: but that he had better ., was Injured crtUeaD). the tut*. During the ..
betare It seemed the small dog same p
who la acquainted lUJCm FOR TV
nod total
el 772
a
sotto Letter with mercantile boldness<<1. the was holding his J:1.IIII': the openings oropportwiitws
were kited with
I affair for him If he can not watt bigger dog Senator Coldwater's advisers the tenicc.
I would have finished dog bone and all and trotted over are mapping a massive television
"'Mil.,." .... Pass e... until I It return.before I .left but I was 10 his yard. Mrs. Teller rescued campaign, and keeping it flexible I ties Every from year reaucola sassy commnni.to Key

too much hurried and too uneasy her pet who Immediately returned -- to counter any major: Democratic Writ with DO physicians
I". with a few exceptions, one or ae
I munching the bone In the race for the While
'muni nuns Issue about wit to any moves iaad Q"le ttmtbtr
my are helped
continuous barren, :
I puss as pooras aide said.
A Coldwaler
r.tk.d thing Remember us to Cbl, Inue. by the placement service in cb-
::::"=!f'v the. ,= I the death from of Chattahoorhceto It Just brother Bob and his and accept Mart adults forget that boys and Our bask aim .Is to present taj i ecctaary additional
vicinity Quincy
N.ws.y .b.a1 tSW.s ....,....,... a.. I About which Is sturance of our sincere\ regard girls took at things\ with juvenile candkfale In a poettlv favorableay. medical 5""orawtieB ee
atclt It rl h w* VOMT rchilad wb1d..p.elty as poor Qulnry. hr minds. ." The broadcastmff effort th*.* sod aH ether .4
yours types "
W.5.mwd .,.. s pt't1IilIa there are many '
.....'_.104 ......_. W.1su.d fine plantations. You then "Vour friend and brother cost about J4.WO.OOO medical I opportmitic u the
,.... past A .It '. sent
Ium6.r aw** _"I P. A. Boiling out regularly te
.Ihia t..*lilttim.l l....."...an,..*..*rot.* suck Ma ltl Yet I another within" a pine few mile waste of until Tallahassee you get P; S. Tea Mr. Rees I gave Dinah Insurance Center AVORS 8ocm SCCIRTTT .U service doctors for placemen apply, to the

than IH M tit ml sl a Mm*. when Into rich lands. leave M keep her child until I Sfonah.IIan7 Coldwater has aMntatce

Witt .* taN tM.1 he I There you is one get feature common to return and I alto told Rich Willow 0.1 1121 West Jelfenon told the Senate that be favors the .:praetic might b lead* t
real SOOKUT all the South I have seen vU Itt Garrett it might stay at i Social Security system' wants to Btaber of opportmitin aa4 at
See er tall year total lumber I an ocean of pine-barren with Pleat do not forget this. PAT THOMAS tee It strengthened and win voleor yhriicitijt seekm locstwoe

dealer er Peel k LamVetf :clutters of Wart of rich land, ( a I percent Increase bene 5e I ? ?.. IJ4 ill 196.J, rtspec.
rretervlag Cemetay.Fkea and solitary rich tracts, but these fits. Gotdwtter said be waslagaded heel,). I"ena me4kee u
.t>407l 'rich spots are rich Indeed. Tbute Quincy Tigersof INSURANCE. INC. I \ the Johnson, adralnlstre-\ tile "adiq lpftialtJ ill oak

::1 rich tracts are either open oak I ttons proposal to provide .healthcare ft, show duap.ruk__ ...

and hickory woods ..or.. hammock .I I for the aged through Social eritses Mtwfttt
( ... Pees .e. the aaatxr
Security.GOLDWATER. of o,..... u.
available
1 i decrees that
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED of speed.' between Doyle will fullback alto. be andguard alternated 81 A5D SOCHIA sad'1'--ape.

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Jackson Heights C-P High Holds Rites Held For Lions To Open I Last Rites Held I News FromChattahoochee I Ruby Francis 1 Ray H. StephensGets


Recreation News ProfessionalGrowth Mrs. WashingtonFuneral Against BlakeThe For Rev. BattleServices Studies Reading PromotionFORT

LaneMIDIET MeetOn services for Mrs Ells Carter-Parnmore Uoni for the late Rev. A. D. Mr. Alex Salten were among ATLANTA GA. Mrs. Ruby CLAYTON, CANAL ZONE
By FOOTBALL Timothy: Washington/ well known citizen will open the 1664 football season .' Battle were conducted from Mt the August graduates at Florida GUllam Francis 512 South Stewart (AHTNC) Raymond R Step

Tuesday August 25, 1964 was conducted from St. Paul PrtmlUve when they face Blake Hlgh'i Carmel Primitive Baptist Church A and M University, Tallahassee.He Quincy! Florida has completed hens, 22, 101of Mr. and Mrs.
PROGRAM will begin Sep- the faculty of CarterParramoreicld Baptist Church Cretna Tigers, Friday evening, September! Monday at J pm., August 11., received his BS degree in accounting a summer's study In the Albert L. Stephens Route 3, Qulncy .
Registration"3 1964 tor all peI'IIOIIIIntl'mted Its first Professional Growth Sunday 4 pro The Rev. O. U 11, at Hardun Municipal The Rev. T. L Deter, minister In and has been employedby teaching of developmental and Fla., was promoted to private
tember ,In \ midget foot Meeting of the school year with Lewis, minister In charge The Coach Charleston liele.1ferlnl'l : charge. The end came for the the Florida State Teachers corrective reading in a program first class August 14 at Fort Clay

playing between the ages!: the chairman of the Professional deceased died at home, following champion fighting Lions well known citizen on Wednesday,, Association as business manager. designed to Improve reading Instruction ton, Canal Zone, where he Is serving .
ball.10-11 All boys of January 1, 1116 Growth Committee, Mr. Elbert and extended Illness. She lived will be seeking revenge for the August 26, at 7:15 am. He was Students from the Chattahoo at Carter Parramore with the 517ti Artillery's 4th
of as not more than one Sheppard, presiding near Quincy on the Shaw farm.A set back experienced last year In a native of Gadsden County had dies area are returning to college. High School, where she will teach Missile Battalion.Stephens .
and weigh are native of near Denature County the Cigar Capital, which they were lived In the area for several Miss Joyce Quarterman Miss this fall. a wheeled-vehllclu
and pounds A short devotional engaged
hundred You may twenty pick up cards In i with the reading of was meditative Georgia, she moved to Florida defeated by a large margin by the years. Several years ago he joined Emma' Rogers Miss DeloreiMashbum She was one of seven teachers mechanic In the battalion's Headquarters
eligible. from of the couches and by Mrs. several years ago. Shortly after Tampa' team. and served Mount Carmel Mrs. Ethel M. Salten from Florida who participated In Battery, entered the
to register Carter-Parramora any High thoughts Williams a and poem Miss T. Rob- moving to Gadsden County she The opener for both teams, li Primitive Baptist Church. Florida A and M University the Ford Foundation and Southern Army In December 1963 and com

at and at the swimming pool bison Bettye became a very active citizen, and considered by many sports writrs His fraternal connections included Miss Pencil Preston, Bethune Association of Colleges: and pleted baste training at Fort Jack.
School li through respectively.Mrs Chairman religious worker. She was a faith and football fans throughout the Knights of Pythias, Cookman Daytona Beach. Schools at Atlanta Uni son, & C. He arrived overseaslast
the houra It open Ruby Francis, program
during and thereafter from ful member of Beaulah Hill Missionary the state is billed top curtain rail and the Emancipated American Miss Aronla Preston Grady versity. Dr. Lynette Salne, a February.
of the
Day English ,
Labor Department pre-
er In the state. Carter The latter of which he served u Stephens In a 1959 graduate of
J t There win be two rented the for the meetng. Baptist Church where she arramore Hospital. Atlanta Ga- member of the Atlanta University
pm. program alto served several auxiliaries Is king pin of the Big "9" North a grand lodge officer. Carter-Parramore High High.
on
week allowed for registration,, The topic selected by Mra.I I Mr. Fredrick Parker a 1963 faculty and nationally recognized
beginning Sept 1 through Sept Francis to talk from was ""The A short program preceded the while Blake High holds equal The survivors are Mrs. Mattie graduate ot Carter-Parramore for her work In reading Before entering the Army, be was
I eulogy status among the teams In the Battles city wife; H. Battles employed by Inman Johnson
Interested In playing School.'" resides In New York City and directed the program.
All In
17.. persons during leading Program our The survivors are: Mrs. Essl Big "9" South. The Carter-Par. address unknown, and Willie Battles plans to attend a school of Mortuary Motors Inc.
asked to The presented In of 53 from
ar will be held program was M. McCary, Winter Garden, Mrs taint Lions represented the conerence St. Petersburg, sons; Miss Science In the Fall. then participants
this period. A tryout two First the speaker Mrs. covered by the
parts. Colbert Orlando against the teem tlthe Ruby D. Battles, daughter, H. states
I Clara Mrs, top To MeetThe
of the 17th and Miss Barbara Preston will attend Mission
evening the ,
on the Francis, related to facultythe Southern Association Mrs Francisstudied
brother and Mrs. FriarPollock
southern Northwestern 3attles
to play are asked Mattie Scott, city daughers,, conference Walker's Business School In Mission will be held
all boys planning experiences she had gained : reading, City
:: of in the \ Altomonte Springs\ sis developmental
Miami
to Jackson Heights 1 Willie Washington, of Starke, J. magic : Detroit, Michigan. 7 Result Hill
to report while enrolled In a Reading Course the theory and practice involvedIn Sunday p.m..t
dty. The C-P Lions
B. city and James Washington,,, came out
Recreation Park at 4.39: to be at Atlanta University this sumo ter.Interment diagnosing correcting and remedying Missionary Baptist Church- All
held In
second best after first wss the Williams
Winter Garden a gallant
sons.
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assigned to Ms respective team.MIDGET meat Mrs. Francis brought back half stand. Cemetery with Slmms-Jack Card ol ThanksThe reading difficulties, the participating churches, Including
Mrs. Annie Sanford
Bryant ,
FOOTBALL many new Ideas and materials Mrs. Beulah Griffin, Mrs. Mars The Lions commenced practice son Funeral Home In charge family of the late Mr. Raymond use of audiovisual materials, and the two newly added are urgedto
COACHES) MEETING that could be used to institute or ohnson, Mrs. Nancy Jones and August IS, with several gaps ticfill Mitchell wishes to thank outlined a proposed reading pro'gram attend. The mission Is com
All midget football coaches are rganize a good Reading Program Mrs. Senellla Nenry, sisters. Interment which were left open by each of you for your kindness for her school posed of the following churches:
asked to meet at Jacks Heights In our school. The second part graduation. Sunshine Aux. and sympathy during our bereave Antioch, Beaulah Hill, Mt. ZIon
held In the St. Paul
8 at 7:30 All used for the was sound old-fashioned Mt. Zion C. M. E. and St. Mary
Pool Sept : pm. elf the program was Slmms-Jackson Funeral Charles Robinson, a promising ment. This may
plans and details for the coming showing of a film entitled Teenagers Cemetery.Home In charge back, has not enrolled In school To Meet TodayThe The Mitchell Family. but It still pays to buy at home. CM.E. and Mt Pleasent
sceson will be discussed and Will Read." This film was for the year. It is said that he
worked out at this mating.: quite appropriate and informative was considered one of the fastest Sunshine Auxiliary will s
SENIOR MEN'S SOFTBAU In that It showed how an Instructr Rally Set At backs In the slate. He was clock. meet at the home of Mrs. Ethel ,
Games of put week: Harm through questioning her students ed In the state track meet at 1.8. Stokes Thursday 5 p.m. All c'W.o tytjMtw7e
7. St. Hebron J; Sluggers 7. Dragoats was able to ascertain whether Arnette ChapelThe The writer feels that Robinson ii members are urged to attend.
4; Vampires 10 Rams 8[ or not they liked to read and the missing a splendid opportunity to Mrs. Lizzie Wood will entertain

U'. 12, St. Hebrons 10. type or types of material they Annual Revival service I further his education and possibly members and friends of the Senior k ,, ,.
League Standings Won 1 set Pet, enjoyed reading most. After the are now being conducted whit I a life's profession.The Missionary Society, Thursday j 4,, ,r
8t'. 1 .800 I Instructor found out these things commenced Monday evening and I Carter-Parramore Lions 7:30 p.m. R

Vampires 4 2 .66, bout her students, she was In a will continue: through out the! will feature a strong line, from Friday, 7.30: pm. Conference
Rams 2 .800: better position to fill her student; week. tackle to tackle, along with a will be held chairman serving.All .
Dragons a 2 .60C reading needs by providing for Sunday school will commence! string end. business and related matters
Sluggers 1 a .166! them types of reading material Inthe 9:30 ant with Supt. Bessys Alexander The backfield will be the small- will be aired. r
St ilebron 1 a .W I classroom. In charge. est in the school's history. Hardy Supt. Parthell Galney announces

The meeting ended with announcements Morning worship service will I Jackson, the "Chattahoochee Coo hat Sunday school will commence ,,
Lunchroom being made by Mr. begin at 11 a.m. The Rev. A. H, Choo" will be the big man. Oth- 8:30: a m. Teachers and pupils are h fr
Robert Bryant Assistant Principaland Hunter, minister In charge. Hi! era who have shown promise are asked to report on time-

remarks being given by Mr, will be assistant by Reverendi I Charles Britt Alonzo Hamilton,, Choir one and usher board one
Menus 'erdoll Hamilton, Supervising W. A. Campbell C. Jackson and: George Miller, Earl Murry, Mack will serve at both the morning

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 Prlnd pal. Pauline McMillon. Choir one and Roberts and Theotls Moore. and evening services The Rev.N. .
Other members at Car- usher board one will serve al I Quarterbacks are Roosevelt ; '
Oven Fried Chlken faculty Bowers will deliver the mess )f' ,,
Rice with Gravy tcr-Parramore who furthered their both morning and evening ser Simmons, James Wade, William ages. The Y.W.A. Society will
Tossed Salad education by attending Summer vII!'. Holy Communion will be! Nealy, Randolph Thomas and meet at the home of Mrs. Hattie

Peach Slice School at various universities and given' Henry Curry. Bowers Mrs. K. M, Thomas, 1laAr fL
Biscuit colleges this summer were Mr. The Annual Fall Drive will ter: Starting guards: Donald Austin chairman In charge The meeting ;
Jrllo and Peanut Butter Sam Betsey, Mrs. Eva S. Butler mlnate the Second Sunday In Sep Davis, Willie Ray Smith, Rudy will commence S pm. Evening
Milk Mrs. lairs Holt Miss Joyce Fields, ember.. Each member Is asked t<, Stephens and Charlie Hall. worship will begin at I p.m.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER I Mr. Jason Kirkland Mr. Elbert pay their captian 11000 and I Tackler Robert Smith. Winston
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School's Choice Sheppard and Mrs. Leola Win- children $1.00.Evening Laid Alexander James,
MONDAY SEPTEMBER: T bush. worship will commence Jeremiah McN;.llon, Leethonla Dodgers Whip P k Y a

Labor Day'l'VEIIDAY Several others who did not attend e pm. Weekly activities Sunday Green and Ilarold Kelly. L r
SEPTEMBER I Summer School broadendedtheir ,school board meeting Monday Ends- Emmltt Trlbue Eugene Hawks 17.9
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Tuna Fish Salad geographical and educational 6:30: p.m. Official board meets Ward Edward McMillon, Willie ,
Whole Kernel Com knowledge by vacationing Indifferent uesday 7.30: p.m. Prayer meetIng Woodward, Benjamin Moore, Elton The Qulncy Dodgers clipped the

Tossed (Salad parts of the United Wednesday 8'30: pm. Junior Davis J. B. Washington and Havana Hawks wings by defeatIng VACATION-En route to a "Do politic I," wNk.loIIi'IC&Uon ot cruising
School Baked Whole Wheat Rolls States choir rehearsal 7:30: pm. Senior other centers them 179. The Hawks Jumpedto "NO fEmnT California coast Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater
Cherry Cobbler choir rehearsal, Thursday 7 p.m. Freshman backs are- Lester and early lead, 44 on a grand and oft the with well-wishers at Newport Beach, C.IIL1r
Milk PTA The chairman of the Rally Day Ghost" Rory, the Hghbridg; slam homer run by A. Avery, but shakes bands
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 County Program Informs us that Mrs. flash Is expected to push the veterans the Dodgers came back In their

Roast Beef with Gravy Alice J. Peacock a member of the for a position. halt of the second and MIlt 11 'Y"'W. -.-..
Mashed Potatoes Council MeetsThe faculty Lincoln High .School! Tal- The schedule: South Glrard, men to bat, scoring 7 runs to gaIn
Buttered String Beans ahassee, will be the speaker for Phoenix sty there, Sept 11; front to stay. Three walks by
School Baked Rolls P.T.A'1 of Gadsden County lie morning session. I Munroe High of Albany Ga., here,, Hawk pitcher, J. Johnson loaded 1.
Jello with Fruit took a giant stride In the right Rev. J. T. Crutchers minister Sept 23: ; Washington Sr. High the bases and set the stage tot '
Milk direction toward state recognia In charge Mt Mortals Mlsson- PensacoU there, Oct 2; Northwestern Freddie "Big Red" Carroll, who 4.
Ion when they organled recentlyat any Baptst Church, city, will be High Jacksonville here,, hit a grand slam homer for the .A
Mt. Zion PB Cartcr-Parramore High: Cafetorltun. ., the featured speaker for the afternoon Oct. 8. Rosenwald High Panama Dodgers. Theodore Xenon homered
PI'OlP'lm.Mount dry, Oct. 23. Lincoln High Tai I In the third with one on to Increase ,

News Joe Roberts,...president: of North- ahassee, here, Oct. 20; Howard the Dodgers lead, but left Rt
Church
skis High 1'.T.". Havana wai Moriah High, Monticello, there, "B" team, the game from Injury.
elected to guide the destiny othe Nov. 13.Boosters. The Hawks stated closing In \1.
Thursday evening at 7:30: weekly county organization for the In the seventh when Rayfleld Ellai
NewsThe
prayer meeting. term ahead. Much credit Is due Church Club tired giving way to Captian Anderson '' #'_

Friday at 7:30: senior choir rehearsal. to Mrs. Vivian D. Kelly, president pulpit will be occupied by who allowed one hit the y ,
Sunday morning at 9:4S of Cs/ter-Parramore P.T.A our pastor who has returned aftera Meeting Set Hawks made the score HO In the al

Sunday schoolBrother Ronnie 1 for her outstanding effort to try short vacation In Atlanta, Ga. eighth The Dodgers then broke I 1 7
Preston assistant superintended to get heads of P.T.A and the UGly Communion will be administered loose for 7 runs In the eighth Inn>
will be In charge All teachers and cooperation of the principals of all at both the morning and C.-P. Boosters Club will stage log Raytleld Ellas double I In two, >- A l

students are as to be on time.: I schools to see the need< and organized I evening services. Converts will be Its first meeting for the school Johnnie "Tug" Simmons made the .,, 1 ,r
The church will render weekly a county council. baptized Immediately following year' 1964-65, Thursday evening catch of the day After loosing the I
program to celebrate the church And appeal was ahrrOr. Sunday school. Music will be ft p.mat the Blue Moon Grill, ball in the sun then recovering
and pastor's anniversary beginning Kelly and as a result the furnished by the senior choir No. Cretna. President Wallace E. and robbed KImble for a home
In September.The ten county schools were represent Ellis request that all officers and run. Showing great defence also T
program Is as follows: All ed. Those attending fell Inhi! One.WEEKLY ACTIVITIES I members attend. Foremost on the was Freddie Carroll Who also

services will begin at 730.: Monday category of heads of P.T.A.'s or Tuesday: "Men ouaht always torf agenda: Is the completion of old robbed another Hawk from awmer.
September M. M Interested principals, also a few The youth prayer hour Is business. A preview of the 1964 He cut down a runner ai 4r = ,
Gaines Sr., and 7NVt'ilo Primitive parents of several schools. : pm. All youth of the Carter-Parramore football teams third base with a perfect throw
Baptist Church Tallahassee The following staff members church and community are Invited expected to be given by Coach from center Held. sass..- ..
Fla. This program Is In beside Mr Roberts Includes; L.R. to attend. Sister Irene Barkley Holt, Wilson and BradweU. The victory was a team effort

brfialt of the senior choir. Evans, Quincy vice president It In charge. I President Ellis, Informs us that Including members of the coachIng AU WAS CHAOS, AND All WAS ON TIUVISIOH-Ths seats belonging to the Mississippi
Tuesday September 8. Rev. E. .Irs.. Nora D. James, Havana Adult prayer meeting at 7:30: ransportatton ts need for players staff- New players joining delegation are empty after the delegation walked out of the National Democratic Convention

Klnsey\ and St. John P, B. Church secretary Rev. resale Jackson,, p.m. A sermonette will be preached ., 10 return home after practices. the Dodgers Includes Edmom la Atlantic City, NJ. In a dispute over crtdratials. The session was one ot the
of Midway, Florida. Sponsoredby Chaplin and Council Andrews, city by the pastor All members The Dons are reported as looking Anderson! and Leroy Hudson. most chaotlo In modern times, and all ot it was on national television.
the ushers'Wednesday treasurer. A reporter was omitted and friends are cordially( Invitedto like another conference contender. Next Sunday the Dodgers will -
September t. Rev but will be elected later. attend this service. I Journey to Tallahassee to face: the _... -"......
M. G. Miles and Phlldclphta. P. The next County Council P.T.A. Thursday: At 7:30: pm. the 3t. Joseph Sets Tallahasse Clowns. The final \ r r \'
B. Church Tallahassee, Sponsored meeting will be held the third Sunday school teachers will meet game ot the season.\
by the Deacons. Sunday 4 p.m. at Pine Park Elementary and discuss the 11'1IOISupt.. Services The standing: 15 wins and 4oases. ri
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Thursday September 10. Rev. school Havana. Frank Clary Is desirous of the presenceof .. .
Sam Mann and St. Luke Church Roberts, president of Pine Park all Sunday school teachers Mrs. Mattie Haywood well "
Midway. Sponsored by the Junior P.T.A. and staff are looking forward and Interested members.The known citizen passed at home on Good ShepherdCouncil "" ..1"ittj.r" I j <
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church. with great anticipation to board of deacons will meet Yiumlay August 27, 7:15 p.m.: . (
Friday September It Rev S. see a large turn out at the next at 8:30 p.m. All deacons.. asked folowtngxan extended Illness. A MeetsThe \ <<" "'< .

Simmons and St. John Havana. meeting to be present and on time. Deacon native of Florida she lived In ,,411. < t
sponsored by the Mother's Board Leonard Gordon chairman. Quincy for several years. Several ,< < .r 'A
Sunday school at the usual hour Choir Union Friday: All members are Invited year ago the deceased joined St.: Good Shepard Council held II'- ,< < tIf'.1.., < <
Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Rev: to attend the regular church oseph Missionary Baptist Church ts meeting Saturday and Sunday .
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Jeremiah Gee, Sr., and Bethel Holds conference at 7.30: In the evening where she: filled her obligation as September :29- 30, Lodge 10 enter -It. '
bam P. B. Church Tallahassee Meeting Saturday: The senior choir will a member. She also was a member taining. ..... .. &,.. >, j
Dinner will be served at 1 pm. Mt Pilgrim Primitive Baptist practice at 7.30 p.mSister Carrie of a local pallbearer organatlon. !- Good Shepherd. Nathan Tribes < "" <':;:""
Sunday afternoon at 3.00: Rev Church senior choir recently enertaiiwd Gordon, president. and members spread out the carpet < ",. ...... 'I' ,' .
T. L. Grater and Mt. Carmel P. the Quincy Choir Union Thought for the week: "Youare Funeral services will be heldat In welcoming and entertaining

B. Church Qulnry.Evft'yontI One The musical program was writing a gospel, A chapter St. Joseph Missionary Bap the council. Welcome was extended ...' ,; ,-.
Is Invited to worship, largely attended by members 01 each day By the things that you tilt Church, Sunday 3 p.mRev.. by Mrs. Trlbu Thomas, ; %w:
r
with us starting September 713. the host church and friends of do and the words that you say." E. Williams minister In charge. a member ot the order. / ... '
lulling choirs. A short program will precededthe Acting Chaplin. R Byrd, con "...". / ,

Willie Bryant Th. ninety six voices which re Rally Day Set eulogy. ducted the devotional service The 1f: << < I
presented choirs of the union. The eurvtors are t Johnnie business session was presided over tr < ,
blended their voters together In Randolph, dty James Randolph by QundlmMlber J. D. Morgan- .
In New PositionThe singing the opening selection.The At St. JamesWeekly Tampa, can Mrs. Lulls Mae A report of subomst lodges re- :

appointed of Willie U Bryant program opened promptlyat service will beheld PashaL Augusta, Ga. eel lee that S9SJO was collected In '., ... '
with Jackson In prayer dues and tinea. The entertain.red .; ... <,.. ,
as register of North Carolina J p m. Chaplin I Thursday evening 8 p.m J) ,. ..
extended to commute reports and e* !
Durham, was recently harge. Welcome was i
College Rittman :,
Mrs. '
s
Rev O. M. Bridges In charge. An :
announced. Mr. Bryant homer visitors by the president of the invitation Is extended to all members peniture ot 3N- M. I' ", :: 1;. :. .
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director of admission holt choir. and acceptance speech Foremost on the agenda was a .. '
asslsant
of the church "
most espectt-
Passes Away : '
ot "The Value of Good .
and records at Florida A and M followed by President Emory L. .ally the newly converts. discussion ,
Secretary. ,
University, Tallahassee, baa been Crooros. Sr. Love Feast service will be held Lutes chapter ends for MrsBetty Record Keeping.by Lodge .. :",
Dr. Samuel P. Muck i The mistress of ceremonies, Leader of the forum was -- --
named by
well known citi-
Friday evening 7 p.m. Rev. A. R. Rittman, Trtbu
of North Carolina Col Mrs. Squire presided most effect i'J: Morgan Nathan
president McGlockton, minister In charge. oars and member of one ot the
age to succeed Mrs. Frances M. vely. Following the opening selection Julus Davis announces pioneer families of Gadsde and D. J. Armstead. Much helpful 17 MAO, It INJURED IN MEXICAN RnOSIOM-Wounded and dead Mexicans are sprawMon
Eagleson. A graduate of Florida by the host choir, the remaining Superintendent that Sunday school will Sxmty. She died st hooIe .. 4.3C mformattoa was ae -. the ground after a flreworka-and-gas explosion killed ST ptrsoas sad injured M othsrt
A and M University receiving eleven choirs followed commence 1:45 a.m. All teachers' Sunday August SO. She r*, Lode X, a a theme la At atlehuca The unexplained blast destroyed three buildings la the village about U

both the B. S. and M Ed. degrees I which also preceded offetory and pupils are asked to report sided nearly all of her life north Shepird will entertain nib* southwest of Mexfcw City.
university, Bryant has The total money received was session ot the council.Re -
the
from on time. ol Qulncy. She I* a charter member
punch 1ZMS5, Special offetory 19.:50! W. BByrd a charter r
also served u a key operator The" morning message will be of Stewart Temple AJtIE.
tab operator, and supervlsoof The Rev. Use Keaton, assistantpastor delivered at U ..m. following the Church and worked on several! m nber of the order was the elected lately
the IBM Department at FAMU. Mt. Pilgrim\ Primitive Q\apUn. He replaces
devotional serviceChoir one. suxUlrles. The deceased Is also i
lie la a native of Quincy Florid Baptist Church gave a very encouraging Stewardess board three and usher member of the local paUbaren A. D. Battles who have faIth.taw -

and holds membership In Phi speech to the union. board two will serve at both services. Aaeociatbre lit put several years.
Delta Kappa and Alpha PM Alpha The next business and musical Funeral services win be held
program win be held the fourth 7:30 pan'' Sunday S from St. Beers Report '" y.
= at Mt Zion Monday evening : p.m. Hospital .
.Sunday la September Official Board meets. All members A.M.I, Church. Re*. Eo L Rich
Primitive Baptist Church. August S through They had bee with J.Ada .....
Shaw At are asked to wee their leaders ardson. minister la charge. A Admissions '
Sgt. so that a full report can be made. short program will preceded the Aunist U tAR ) t -( 4:12).

Colo. Card oi ThanksPlease AU membsrs of St. James are tIIIau. Waen w* spend Urn will
Denver, accept my thanks for reminded to pay the sum of CO The survivors are: Urs. Rachel JJnda Carol Smith. Antotnett ferns thrwirh studying Hi*
DENVER.COLO. (AHTNO !Seat, kindness shown during my Illness and SIM me and wanes respectfully Than.., Mrs. Hmretta Williams, H\IIbH Louise Collins Mattie
tit. and lessons aid
Class Samuel Shaw M the Grady County General on the Third Sunday IBSeptember. Mrs. Mabel Pitman. Mrs. Maids Mtr IIamtf Uerrttt. Ethel M Msettry.eykn.ea.k..e through
pant First father lives cu Route: Hospital. Cairo Gsu The .man; The Annual Men's Day hove, daughters. Albert. Joe Km. .ndnQuGIlYwrd.Uman Wright. MS kadh.a a.... 055 h..wiw prayer people reeogvis that
whose
Jr. Fla. was assigned I cards flowers, pleaaent visits and Program will be held, R. H. Stephens man all of Qulncy Jack Rlttmai I Gretna: MamieCollins. rralvhedattirhsdmksrles, ... to., 'a,. bees with
2. Qulncy. General Hospital DmW. donation meant so much to me and Carl Danes, chairman Tampa and Peter Rlttmaa, Oriando. Edfar Smith. Otanahooaltha- .!aeleeehsWseger leana" W* are wise but pa

Fltnbnons Colo August 30. I return home Monday and expect and co-chairman respectfully request ease rhea: IctIUa Locheft. tient and kind U deallag will
remain Indoors for a short the support of each mem Mrs. SteOa People stsrrt KavanLI
Sergeant Shaw was last sub to city, Aar" Odd ether persona. W* art fergi.
her Members are requested to Mrs Oars lUttmaa. Urs. Man ata1'1II fad
tI/11I. I
In J'nDce.NapIM' 4 ... free from erlUclsz* and
loned .
Sped! : Mrs CU Mae McQueen. pay their Rally Day money totheir Rittman. Mrs. Christine Rittman,, Charlie and Sands CbfflM 0lkW '1'. b s.N wParow III !
.
Mrs. .. .. Ute 1IODde1uatioL We gala a apfn
annual mud slinging con captains. Carrie Rlttmaa and Mrs. Ids I AUI'IIt .newould' rtp& -
and IdeQa LeekettCM balking1De suuae : a Met thai .tnDrtiI bJ practicUfCADSDEN
Dec Rittman, daugMeHn-laws \11II James .fro ... IiuIJt tit
Buggy ra.
tINt_- the Swamp held Nov. 1. cUmaxing ,. A Just criticism sometimes don I A wise newspaper ma knows Interment will be held to the StHet Augu It.Jo :Ute Mine of a $ia teaclli.
on
by will thj.be 18th annual SwamI!, an Individual marMl food I that half ol the "newt" bs itis = Betsey Funtra I and Ulliaa Wright Girl l--m. candy

Buoy Days celebration. than a compliment pc>agaml.. torn Aur-tJO.




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CADSDEN, COUNTY_TIM QUINCY. rTjORIDA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER, lBb4 PACK: THIRTIFN
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raIsing tk. amoual ef moSsy ibslhslsteths plan of ...,dtn .
nr, o.n.rjr to rarrf on Ih* Oo. and poit olflc. .Ut... of .he Defeating FailuretJ'lIE
CLASSIFIED ADS Plumbing FUlure, Electrical, rrflt osotlfsa Id City durlat th. alalmant and shall b. iirori. to I 4 h0
I SuppUia. Pip and fTUlnga. final, r..r k.lnnln July hI, hy I h. rlalmant, him i.nt, or

Waist H....... Tile Board I.... and outIng Juno III*. IllIHCTION ... atlornry ind aeeompanl.4 by a
t. That fee flllne toe of .Se dollar and Ielaim ,-..
Ca and OU Heater POM of raIsIng I the .Dlt.ru of or demand not K ftled experience of putting are comforted, and IllS tinning'
i""ti.:, nc.....rto c.rry en lbe ik.ll be told.
Ii,,,\trnm.nt ef th* City ef gulaKlorld. \Mlllatn Olln Bell Jr. werki, month, or even are reformed. The*. are the
I. ., durIng the Omit An idmlnUtrator of "" XI,." year of 011.'. brat effort effect of on* unhrrial (Cod '
mmDI I ROCCOPIPE pear bealanlnt July l.t, ll... ot ri-ane. Nolini Bell ... nod earneat work and then teeing Ihe Imhible d
g dwelling laetrrnil
FOR SALE on4 ..ndln- Jun. 15th III. rea.ed.
dIrect tai ol Iwo and .en-ha Plr.t publlntlon Aviuit IT, llllAua It turn In failure li not an Science.< Through lie,) ,

mill. .n th. dollar I I. ".rob, IT, Sops I. II, II it uncommon one. Instead of s power nf divine Lovo, hearS,
LBednom
ron RCNTt: on tin. b.droomomI Concrete BlockHOUSE & SUPPLY CO. IrKed rtjr upon within all .the r tk* tatakprop hippy feeling of reward for are lifted, hin.li I olaOed I from i

aom(or 141(or to IJO en..** per lw.month b.droI 44 TEARS OP SERVICE of lbs i-lty of OUrpof'leiloit. Query. NlTh'Il TO ItiNlHAITOHIIAI'VKKTIKKMKM work well don com lugnri-, tin. iI'4 4
: Foil Kit $
Plot Ids, .irludlni 't.mM hem,. hone of discouragement : I ,
oak mliery
floor
.oll.h. til. ,
.it"| Sc.lf.l bid. will b* received.
T* ThIs Are .. ,
balk an' kltch.a and all mod sib floor nubeatra root lobed li.di. oa the lIsted ae.saam.et, d *erlk.a roll and of until moo AI B*1'. Thursday, bewilderment, and then, Tli* poet Robert Browning :_ ,

mrm eeBvonloneoa. T B riotekei. near "' ..... Club PHONE 212.0537ISI paid ('It, for th* y.ar lit bylbs Mtptembrr II, I'4t, ky Ih. Uadi, perhaps, i arching ielf-f urn- wrote:
or LPlaOll $ S.
Menroe StreetTALLAHASSEE. rin.no. .
Director
liSOO ef
.I'
:
went
HI 1 nation to bad out what
: or FLORIDA I -IIV and r...1.,1. .qualliMl aamrrertd .ttu .
0111 uf lbs of 1'.iMIA
Hup.rlnl.nd.nl
hili. wrong.
KENT Comftl.tely fiirnlih.d Call Lewis E. Porch Kqu.llutlo ,.... good!
v H "i..rd uf old CltvK i ohll.; In.trurtlon Court H Christ' Jetun mull have experienced
Id.al .
for
bou.c. roupltAlia for What
guln y riurlda a tw.lv.
ir.ll.r. Ho. at Horn Trailer I <'TION |. ThU la. order trour .. ..ir,.,'m addition te VI John. such erllniii at the wim thai lire ai
I ,rn Hut,.Abbott tl MAIn '''' ... the t..".,.,* of acId 1.lootollary Hchool, U.d.... tin,. of hit trill and eruciflilon. before.
78fl0tt itO
lf Quincy, riorlda ..
,
path The
evil la
ABC .... Coonllinisral) null, li nou ht.
le i at an ..rlir date, 5 For despite the many people
I- dll'o."t of four par rent k* asdlbs nImsoOur5 clap somm healed Inspired comforted, and ll ulenre Implying eound;
Katuaodaooolflrallceadated
FOB BEATMEXICO .m. la h.r.br allowed What
oIl i>f the 1114 City I....spots r..1. -July II llll from th. ,.d. Isle minion appeared to be woo fntiA thill b. good.

I FENCEINDUSTRIES lwtd darIng Ih. month *f 1'1.. office ., Harrtlt. Imffla Hlih- a failure. Even the diirlplea, hit with, for evil, to much
BEACH "t"m b.r, 1114. a dlr unt of three 0', Ar,'lilt.ei. Kniln..r, 111I good more.Since I
flo.e t frIends deserted him,
,
: Ymca nI ho und lbs MID. I. I U.d.d.n Mtn.i 1all.ti..0. ,
LOU .... le ft. tram ......*. hereby allowed upon all III M a o.t of thirl.fl.. (Ilk.01)dollari and the prIceless teaching they man li fiod'i
,tt*. ROW i Brdroooi IJ..,.. I ANTIGQUESH.l 1'll' I.... eellecle during Ih., p.r cot, with I a limit of had received were temporarilyaubmtrged. lmii and
(.ottoc** .1..*... ......iHle. I II month of t>. .mh.", III4, a dli, two MI* p r tonlr.otor. Un preaootalin -I likcnrn, w. ran claim the prei.1 I
.,... foe a..... Coo pl*.* 11111 MtHKPT oouni of tw. par tOol k. .n' of a auallfl.d propooal, .n('. of good and the perfection I
......... ".('. err*..4 ....... (lids Tlmrae rurnltur. 11.-1 the """. I. hereby .IIOW..<1 spots h. .051 ef mob sot will k* r.-1 Rut Jobs, faring. the mpreme of dod'a allnem. (' d
Hill root for ".AIe pro wok I b..., antlquM Tsilaha..a H I.h- all 1114 CIty ..... llMid lundod lo the bidder upoa tkrttura test of hit life, prayed earneitly M< ollreu'lamis's '
Call ..1. '-* or Hill ,. way I mil South or tOo Tan NO during the month of January, of Sis MI to tk* arohi. way and his work Mm I
II.. H.lnhrMir Q... call Kl-isi iiI A. U Illi. and dlaoount of on. '.ot. offlc. I* food condition for aome word of aiitiranr dora not orlglnile' anvthiug, he I I
:
P.r rent b. and th* Mm I* h.... ithln ruurteia ".U attar III.op.nln from God, saying (John U:38), rellerti. No reflrcllnn :
hy ellov.d upon all' UK or etpreiiion <
I is... rolle I -II 4 storIng th* .montof fit t Oontrartor Sliding .5 the "Father, glorify thy Dime. of (MX| can ... cheated, .
run RENT'runl.h.d' lour LOSE ARIGHT MONEYDOWN K.bru.rr, llll fait tkov 1"0).... will k* roulr4 Th answer came, "I have or vanquUhcd
room apartment bIded at 110 SAFELY kelnap.r.M., in I"I 10: f arnSchac.r.1111. .r noah and will OtIsesu i000li'ealiiliiiee
March, both ilorlfled It.
r. Wa.hlnctoa It Center Mrl. without dlirvunt and I..'. clack kid ko.4 .r banSmalt be dimmed or oils
th. "
Harold BeTh or till IIT.I4I1 0.UT..n. Milk how IMi.A-DM II Director 01 he city la rlaanr k.r.b, In the amount of flv. glorify II agi" 1.. torled. It la pride in pcrionilaccompliihinenl
t( dlror4.d authorlt.d tkou.ind II.. hundred llllolll) Becaua the iplrltual pcrt'eplion -
and In.trurt 7'.I
I TABLETS Only lie 1I.r. mad. that lunfteulitheiethlnir I -
d to allow the payable M t. ".d.- -- -
d.ituHlon of cold l of thom Handing by wai '
F.p.yoAyDRI.ous. It dlarount ore.nalitasseslag... tin Jaunty Uuud of Public ,.- *. 1 he filne sense of TUB LATEtlEO LOOK for
L nail monl h.. "--" '-'- U- fruition. kl U vvalk.r, ....... dull thli divine benediction elf need to be
overcome, and
tsr "unty lI.p..lnl.od..t, boy I* tasty a ons.phar.tortisnick .
) sounded
FOR RENT UP TO 36 MONTHS ,,1".lOCTIOf I Thle erdlMBre liulofy. Jl'lo'd.' "... aurroifulow waa unintelligible; It the wins ami hnmlile' child of : pullover by Sob
take effect lmi..dlat.ly. like a roll of thirstier Hut Jeans Cmd
bid d. will k* nqulrod toyrnl.k will Irt It gla.llyKvery .
an
.
TO PAY upoN It paMai. approval adRoKnc" a p.rform.nr hood anda heard hU Kather'i words Itoy. Sweater' bright r..lBoandhiavtaa

..uhll' r"r.* II" '.". p.ym.nt bond In Ik. anoviit of clearly and dlitlnrtly, aiiurlng rlllhi cOurt li bleated lid motIf saIl

Office Space FOR BALE FREE ESTIMATES / .h. lily ccmmlaatoll eV'th. tell.11%with of Ih....oonirat..IV ,lm prlr pconupo, writ-..* him of nlllmile victory. not nrceMarlly: with he badfM white trim .. off tie shads.ois'1G

1 hs| Johmnn Ontboard Motor City of of QulBry, riorlda Ihl. letS sting and lli.iiMd In riorld.aor.ptabl .. la working on 5 problem of of human iiicreu or approval
day .
CALL "". .1, A. D. III*.
hut with
tv Ih. .n. b.for iilrltnal
12 MoiStRst.aon.bIrO PAMEIt:I In open, rciulae ...- .... tunnelled failure on* need
Conditioned coon of the (untractThe
Air \\. VISIt tint
,aits of |h. city CommlMloB of sonar ....,v.. th. risks Brit of all to falabllah In ron nothing GrJmJ

WttCO BUILDING All 127-1401 It 627-8661 .".,*i.non5,34e.nr.."day' tt or ?."."."..' A.honda.D. >M1i'r..fl"i thIs M HOARD r.jMt any or and PUH1.IC all bid. All-ln-ell kclouiBeii no tint good aloe li or*ever IMH!ran li 1,341 nd failure no l.ltor remalni lui IIH'dOIOIDlon'l

IVHTMDCTION.
: IIAlWDkNCtmNTT
:
.
FloridaSHIRTS ?' <'..tef the niCl.rk for all good ilI'tlO'eeillIrons only failure (here can
Quincy rUlHIUAG b* toil
''' .. ...
Utilities Furnished .r .hI ('Ity .r failure to '
Qt'ttt'n H. rUTXHKH.: : CHAIHMAArruT and helonga' to Him everlaitlngly. perceive and ullllie
'OR SALE: tall rord Osiool. rinrida
Will Alter to Suit 4 ibor, low mltnag. alr.rondl.I'-- -. ,, M ii 101.1.1.5LtOI'SSETARY. In Truth there la no the iplrlluiil tlmua.hu pairing
'Good. autooiatk 000amlaaio: ,:, J r. ('cocalark forth connUnlljr' from divine
Truth laden
a.pL I II It II Inn failure.
Your Needs ,'.UIIT-TI30. AU*. 17.IJ.p. I It .r ohs CII, .r Quiacy sod .. ... .! no Mind
of Clly Cumms.l.a thought, worda, and deed
f/'OR HALB; Old tMdarwaodTypswrlt.r h..or. 11I NOTI('. FOil RIM blesS receptive thought everywhere Mn. IMdv: lay In her "Mil.rellanriMii .
APPLY Tall IIT-TI3I. tlPTiR .al.d bid. will be rot.lv.d h
wnsON'Su I 114 THII rOUST OP VHS ('nllN. t>. Hoard of County Comml Wrlllnm' (p. 130)

SALE Parm.il Super C Is-TI TV 111MI'II'I'nll, IUt>IfIJlN ('()UN. al,,05050 i Oadad.n County, >'lo'. Mary Baser Rd.I,, who dlacovered "Biperlenre vlilor, never the

Trartor; oultlT.ton.: pl.tw "' 0. 5513 Or rWRID4 Ida up to I M o'oloek .. M rri < and founded C.hrliliinVlence vinguiihed; mil out of defeat
f.rtllli.r Al.trlbutori ktrrow I' In r. She J:..... dsp. ri.pt.mb.r Ii. lilt for fare-
Call 187-TUI. uV ; i AUCIA f l.hlna th. fnllowlni ll.nw far wrilei la "Science and ('nm,. the acrret of "Irtor,.

: I :t iJ V.,; :t i )H HALM H.lllnraJt.ri t XHO I U MEAls e_.... eoulpHnaIh.. H.illh i.nt. Health with Key to the Scriptures" That to-morrow itarti from Osi'
(4-b.nd) .hnrtw.v. rwelverI.Ik. PSOTICI Bulldlni '0..111Or.np : (p. 71) I "Spirit:' blouses dir and li one day beyond It,

CARID of elJlldron" cobol ,..... pina ......., radionutnual Null I I. k.rtby .1..a that th. & II rurnllui anqulpm.nt aim, but man cannot tell rohet the future with hope's'eslobow "
TAKE 'und.r.lnd
ha. .
Writ Mot "I"n filed
It rinaa
opa0005l By s.rn uSE osoflay Sn fiod.d.n Count Tin.*. If ""' / and N.port aa Admim Group ill (.'. ',, .. sod M" whence It romelh.' ny It the hue TA, CkrlilianSiitnct

pour own o.lthborhood lbs Avonmay. .Ira tor J). Mania No* cam T..t..mon.o Mil anootla' 5uppilncSpnolflaatboec tick ar* healed Die sorrowing Nonilur
LIor005Y MartIn, eiay k* obtalsud
Writs Mt. Ann.i of the ....1. ot
Avon M.n.c. P. O. Boo 1141. A Hula L M..... d.-.d rom Ui. Cl.rk at Ohs t'SrrubiUolIrt.
1"1.. thh ,, ano3 uulniy, riorld. SIX ?
or .
NHS TkllahacMC "* p ,
TV SERVICE '""o fofkal.2"th"f.Vyl.W"t"Mai1'
Mi-lull 1\ aDd .., trl.........u n .._ h All It.ma furnlaktd moot bo The
Happy Family
l ; : .r qa.llt Wool ta 5r bettor Hy non
IHDVKnm
HELP VYANTEU1 LA,.. Indo 4.rvtM S Ittrmln AU MOm I III PANTSLAUNDERED lIon lb nasa.I Serlh I. .....
ha. ImBi.d exptcmn.r TY ATtlKWKON..
ptnd.nt oil company ,li.i-lflratlona.I .
I lilt at ieee --
fat. op.nlnaor .rvlfe I atatloianan.aor '.ls V-lOSS I nraaa..tt. th.rMftor c'eleek.. the t.tin-M Slide moat b. nailed tt .... sacred after "OU N... a,' a .

IK. sri and hOlplloll..th'ft alibI man. Group In.ur) MACK'S RADIO ft apply n.r.ind to the may h. heard, It will a U., .Circuit... to the Court offkc Oalnry of Ih."Cl.rk..101. hOME. with Itt promlM of I This Colden PIll by which moos New Took City fire en.

anti ,uraloh... Bunt hans good I FLUFF DRYREPAIRS oedaden County County, Florida Jcd.c at "of. and ei.arly m....d '11..1.. Hid 11 hippy family life, cia bea we gain hipplneii' al home ai fin. H. pitched JTJ vtctorlo
rr.dlt .. wait .. working: ret..n..L .'-. TV 8EFVICZ ,orrio. |n th. Court llou.. In HOIltb Csatsr Bull..I." powerful Infliiear lorllood well aa 1* every ...nll. of life from 1(00 to lilt and led the

Salary plus commIssIon.ApplY 1h. I Qulnry, Florid for approv.l of The Jtoerd rM.rvM th. rlaklI IB the llvea of all of ua. I. learned quickly by the child New Youth Olaiila to four pun.
In person only al Knur Nt toes: ,.,,_ ".'.'" aid robot any and all Rid
lambs tttaJlon. 1144 Wilt Jet- r.l.V11" Ordrr of Pl.trlhutlonTOMPANT R."o.1 WIl Osian tp hand .nd am.la' Hut the horn which fulfllli this -.11.11(111..11.In hi. family ant* and itrurk out 14D9 bit.ten .

firm n't jj and sod for SInai iScrhars sa ssrh sail Ihl. Oh. lai day of l.pt.mHOAHD highest JIW'POII la on* In which' and know that he li eipertedto an all-time earaer raroni
tom. 1054EDWiN
.
'UoIfJol) RILiH lo TohlaIlsoass ALTERATIONSMORROW Admloiatmnior(C'J"I1.IP.Jot SARI Am TRPiTBy 11"1'11. C"1.JtRIC: each Individual swan* nf hit obey It hlmielf. The child H. won 30 three lime and M
boors to
work
BlOt chance pr.i.ntly Or t'tltmNTYi'ONIItiONPti rtlitloaihlp to God the divine learn from hU parcels the lama or more In slot ewuucie.Meil

f.4 salt Call youra.: J. it.b'l..i. :. Credit of.fit. '1'Ita. B Truss Niton ivitrNTy orOADonicN nRin _tee 01 hIs bol... It la the dlaclplln which boys linponei, IIIot by Eh. '.1IInO 'rlldloo1eA

.. Ask for Mr*. Culb..llun.I A. Admlnl.lr.tor Officer/. ADV: a.piemb.r I and I*. IMNOTICK eonitaat eiiltitlon of the api,- and he la tjulck la put II Into l

I ././. cf till R.tal. of I.. Stool fad 01 ", ..'. laaepar. practice.Dependeace.
WHIT elderly 1..1,10 t.... oar. DRIVE IN Alicia .. "M..ra, ."'.....
Tl ln'NTitAf'7'olpoaAlVIIttTillCMI0If' from God that nlabIlihe of 0 baby
itt 1 10 month old baby .pproil- FBlGIDAIRfZENITH 1'1..*." and To..'.. ability upon _

at.ly two wceka. Call 517.1163.it CLEANERSHOMES Attorn.yi for Admlnlatratcrgulnty I Ij a.al.d: Itl... will? kc roll....HIMI-.1... the awed ttiilllli 0'po."IICItIt" his parent la abaoluta sod
,
11_.. ..... r..w_ florIdaAug lniU till AM. KMT. Tkur.My .. corapanlonihlp, eovara tvery aapect of Uvlag
I If
*
"ALF. )lAN AND TRUCK DRIVKH j ItpL I. U tt II. ;. ": II, Illi by Ik. and love for sea another 1* lb.hams. from that of guiding a apoon to
WA.NTE1> Kal.am.ii ....t IN TitS OIHH'IT mllRT'fii tiededats c.... noare: of r-ub- Isle mouth to that of living
h. able to .11. Truck drlvortrlv. .. -i THW rroND) ji'mcJAij Mil.I ha .trm-- Oum.y. riorlda.tt I : hap.p117 :
.. Apply tn ...r.... Warsboos. mrr or n/irtinA. iv AND the of (Ms luptrl la bit environment.
., III N. Pur Ht. Tn0.dayethrough I Pf'R
I. icon a.r',rail Id.,tl-llll* from .Iv 1".lIaUl.:I* .... (CAoR'H"Nf'fH'NO.: ....11DEVORA 'Oar burl th.Ho coiutraello**., y.lxr of, tk nrtd* ..1. ...... when the Infant Brit arrive any of lh*.. Ihlnt* If not to bit ,

town, riorida. Ana- 10. II .t SERVICE IOHN..IH.PLADlTlrr. owlnf rlont on antk IOIwaetNr000 la Ha pareata home. father sad mot her? lie bat

VI.ii g lopy, riorldciAn From that moment th* bom belong eonfldene In their guidance.
.1......" Moiool alaa,
FOR KUlAK ,wn.l.lla *f .Ip.... .!***- sat to tw. but to three Without It. he feel Inwrur.
.JOH"'IOHfErJMD"N'I'MOTIf'1'
.SALE' ii loon,., eafotorium, lUnacy and Individual. later, perhapa, to When a ilrong hand guldea him "ertlnn me 11.1. .ot
Ypunfl'lINVIHIHLB : admlnllrail Hit *ad .Ia. started .05 with lb. .apr.os islaraiasal.o
HOUSES h.
.. .
the .
each of can freely enjoy .
I THr STATS or ri/nioA Tb. kulldlac, will k* oonplotlih fouior MOT on* .1 boiremiag se
FOR iALB Ton choirs lois ll.th. TOl .'.'UK JOHNsoN aluoiblKf, ktla. and ml,. whom baa bU plod* la It. hli tare of dlicorerlag wonder* ".In were arlilaille.
KInoar> coo and of the world without beingafrild. f .
Holman ubdlvl.lun. yuln-r Hlllo,,. N.w ViolS ruction. concrete .... ....*... privilege, rapoilbllllla' aa r miMlrlaeja, fMy reatrllfnaay
Writ' Leon.rd Thornpwn III i WEAVING Burna, ""---l Ij I auar. .....b' .otll." Ibis a floors, puur.d ayp..m root dorMs. contribution to subs to Ih* sqsisti. Juilllen, f...,
N W 17 T.rrar.. t.Ioluaanlita. sot., T.ar.. BrIng ysur gar' mil for .1.... baa KM* kro.ah bonded bullt-u ...,.*.. 54usd' communal kapplaea and well- W* wlih our children to be .solar, fanny daaeera.TWre .
3. II I IPnK II
Kla. .pi. ,non). 1, Mlse Audc.y Sloan.., Greenwoodand ...la.l you In tk* Clrnulf (>>ur com swning woedowe.. nsd 5s' happy and aiierniful to lone I* aw really aa.UfiUry
HALE:: lot on AtupuieuiHiahway I 05 W, Mist Pt.. lb. 147-7415. 11 or o.d.d.a (:.un,,,, not''., liiti.nr.rr .1... with all Interior trim sod being.Domination. 4lelalU ef a ward like.
sad be 10,... by other The
by liEVnei: JOHN ,
400' frlioII work
II* > : Mbln.t
I 5(410. ned y. ar. k.r.ky by 5 parent th* ,effncl ..rla "ttmttf A ,..11. camellia
.(DO. Pkoa IIT-7III or IIT ruqslr. plane and ip.iHflrB.llon will to Ihl goal. I Ia Hoi
Mil. $..... i. II. 17. It tTOR CAPITAL PUT CONTROL ,ash sd .t.Court rue wIth your Ik wrlll.n* ('1.....t.of.l....... b* available le latcrMtod blames eierclie of aelf-wlll by a child, bard berime It II normal andaatiiral wW.. soy aperialUe rfea>lenal!Ia ,.rl....

BALJCi H.... and lot Pit.1 Sunset Acres ".,."...11, or ky .itnrn.r. If asp aO Miib.rl the ofrirc. of. AJB Ik. ,Arohitot Its *, and the perpetual demandi ofan for .11 to eipreaa the ..* *...* I...... niaklag 5.

.W...nncll.I.rr...IIT-ISII..... ('.111. W. Peanut tf re.t<< CMtr_ -Mat TrrmHfCoKml asilltaa.h I hint. tad oitcra.y Is sos-os a .:r ikroof II.Pislaliif's Coil*. $Av.nuc'bl. r.llah.M.., Infant remit li Ih* km of 'ftialltle of ('pod, dlvln I..v*. e e e

--florIda IP. o KOI Illll. A plaal.po.11 hipplneti for other members of 101... I'.ddy: uri In ilclenr sail
CLARK PLEMMONS on or b.ior tk* lltk day ..1pt.mb.r hr... Clan A
.
bedroom 1u.la.aS. cf fifty (III *** dcllarcwill year .
roll IAUI mail I .
... the houwhold. Home becomes lleillh
D. llll. : (p. 2.1A), "Children ar. boo
horn. for eats .ha.p. Boat b. MAli T4III .. be r.aulr.4 foe mob eel cf exile bend ImeenlMJM ow
moved from proooat IncMloa.K Call TaUahaaae Fla. Phone ( a/.1.1 Kdwle SupCLIUNK pun. .....1..... ky lbs ....... a* are** rather Ilia 5 have more tractable thai adiilli, and < **...*" **Mr., A...", tee

.. Ruddy Marti er call MAIn COLLECT or AID COCIIT cultrvtur bidding *B Ik* COB.trart .. IIipplnen dliippeari under the learn mor readily to hone lOts I, tie new umiiumi, fr...t..4in

1-UO' sf1., 4 p. 1\ US.U" ,HAL A. ItAVil OurS,of to She... ,r.fundod I.n. In aoud on 535 eeedlII. t -- weight *f eenBlrtlng permniInlereilt. ilmpl verlllf. that will jnak fAa "etWk" ea:''*ry, ore v.rjfile

FOR IAI.E I p.araom Uou. HOME KITE AMorn.f, rioHd at lawOdsisop .* wlihla fIve ..,. from the la the book of Pro then. bappy and good." **sad' ..,. /n.ie,lav.ever .

plac.fore. llvlnc".pares room dining with room.firm OFFICE S22-17M IIi WELL DRILLING Attrn.y for Plaintiff bid labs. Additional solo of rb* w* reed (31 1201), There A imall boy who enjoyed 5aparlal bed ss.5 ./ thom roofl

Air Cnnilltlnneri f.nc.-ln ...... I Lag IT, ..,.. I. II, If .t .pl.a...NI may IOftlr.I. .obialB.d'''. and ky plaoccity tk* I. Irearare to be deilred sad place<< U the Iruit and 'i tti'f"gUt"'eUod Aimer S "mkttk"tut nmidw

,..01 with work.hop. Phone *ITA'II .1| reehirlng 5 Complete Nll'lsE< : ron MID .. k* cktainodl ky tk. Oubsonicact. aU to the dwelling of Ih* wla*.* affection of IsIs ichool frlendi ,,.IUd aJ'-,.* wai axe*
1111. ... ........ kumur ami ita
I Nooks I I. b. .!tnos Ik.t tk.Hoard .ra.r.th5e I.
Line
.. *. Ii. lo, 17 HepU t It i I i VITAMIN AND of Darning Pump let of Couatr O mnil........ ...tI.. for a ......" of fifty wai aiked bow It was that h* ,< eU ae ma, it a ploamiiiiii
i FOOD SERVICE Home er Irrigation. ';of ll.dotee Conty, riorl* will (11111 .01'." pee cot wIth tko Comaneallag .. th* Kihort| wai .Iw.,. ao helpful lo other (Ua i<:**M 4i| ./ U. t ow

HEALTH roraK* hId. ntll T*. ay, .*- : pu.it r.fund.d loo twoBly* 01 marrlato, Mary Baker F.ddy. ... well ."''u.l.d. "My Daddy I'real eeemiei..
Special DIH' and TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE l.nbor lilt at I I* o'ehMkru I-. llll Ml dollars vo sonar Ik* the Dlaeoverer and Xeander of "
FOR SALE Health Feoda : orl f.rnUhl.f lb. followIn out cf ,............., on Ike relura told me wn ... lmmdlat. e e eAlmoat
CO. Mulpm.ati of the diMuntoaM la food ChrUtlaa Science, write la"Selene and tNtntdenl reipnnM, all eometjy la alxmt

Miss Audrey Keavca, Owner I.. II nl'-i'-I| MA, I* XVr. ..adltloa wltkia tine *r* from *nd lleilth with Ky The boy at girl who grow up ,Iragwly. al l.a.t up to a cer.

I BeJiwaeat, emrrefe blurb, Ml W. King St. Ph. 0217430EADIC 1421 South Monroe SLTallahaiiee I ..Ipnlfloallona map M.okla loa ktlod bid(UoMractor..... ""...* so Ik.above to lbs Srrlpliirei" 'p. Id), In a borne and happy family'Sal, pAnt. || li n mean by

disa. CMtral hoatIc(. Magnolia riortdaIM from Oh. ...,.... irtfle of ,.. pr.Jat| will b* .**.Ir" toluraloB "Mom. I* Ih. deareit ipot on where the Golden Hole I I. oh, ,J whlrh man I* abla to talariMIten't
.1107 IM 't.d.d.a ('...., Hoipltal. (,I.t. a bid II... In '100 ..mkualtt earth and It ihmild be Ih. tarred earn ".,."",
by
h low well .
eweer tlnf tarenl ai
rtorlda.All t
,
or sot loss lhaa five 45%) par .
$ kid. .. III.... Nut k. ...1 of tk* bid. wkloJi. bond (h.llMopukl cenlr, Ihwuh not the boundary ai ly every child has the rail- knew J...4 wk. It wa
II dearly ....... th. ....1. mltk of the irTertloni<< ." |.. li *
"
I on hi Se lbs loom .f 5 soabloc'e.stsrh. eat gift whIch Irat uM '
3 MrwoBoa ..... .. .,. .. .. I .' loving parent I I Ike soy to ... .
II ss.n.,.... olod B'* *odnall4 ...11'''' .... .. Or bId clearly heart and mod) of Ih
tt
I can pro'I.... Uiralag to nib1ordlnil I keart la lk*...h Ua ..._. *
..
dining raaaa, oak lies,.. 114rkxnebor TV SCHV1CZ or ..Uv. la tk. offlr.of hood ..111.. Sr 0 rspatabil lcd ,
I. cst Aerea. I I (:I.rll of tk* rirlt """t, ...,..,, ,... par hippy fimll,. The mnlual affrcllon his '11I'11I10 In* eommen I:!boo" I ... I iklak' ke knew .ka4

11,000. *, n.e.tr. M AU Qulnry, ".,Id.. Tk* ..*. ro- ulc I. ,".. u...... l_Broe4 of all It. members blndi I'NNI, h* Drat of alt and IsIs I'be sis lalklag. ...... A MM
I ..n.. ,.. rIght. .. oJeo' *., of ..11. iMuaotle. a. .
less at fall la
.. R loa-cther In .., .It lave .Hh
5shim.
ai.kM ssd 4 ." ,, peace, right place ai member of
** kldo.WITNKM H rl.....', < .. .... Ih* : .
1 IMraoma. redwood aldbc.riorlda atrro nainoa vtuxonnrmoaai ii I .y b... ... offi.i.l Th. .....*rl low .1.... will and hapiilneia. Thl l love I.w. I. family, The erfjuilmenli 501 af poseS beef er t fop af
room. Main Lev ...1 lila. lltk lay *r ........ hi '..ulre4 I* fural.k c ,.., araa and unreierved. It li not ilmlargarten. ;H.4k.. Me Mil la lets .Hk aaMlHiinMd
.*(. I.lm.SUNDAYs 1(44. and acbonl then i MM, aeaae ef k.
.Ornrd, besot Arree. fll.KW. Inraoae.i bead aad $.r.*a dinted .
by .,_conildera-
C..Lt hood la Ik.m.unt 6 ul lc% of follow n.lurilljr. Ant I".M>NI i use, lit t eHly takl. Chin to
3 Sodr000ss. ........a. Sileok. K4.i* lieu,. Clark t.. oootraiM ...1... wIll a auretyoMHpaay tit..*. In fact. Itrwig alemandiare learned to larly year will pro. I iplot. leva, hoover be kaa weakened

Florid* room, ashley roam ear nADt S Tf aa* .Ki Ino. (Hoot'"", ...1_of_Ooikly'" o0, Mfcra.ow.till.award..... to of the ike owe coo mad upoo It to a.crlsaseilols the ell to smooth hla way I II. II. hi.. eaaarUr ,i.e gauStsa.isieallieooimsaJss

port mitral beating, *** ... ,._ n4M MMr.. r.....*. IroM.Th. rfeilre. It la tile Ions I. aocMy IbrMghoal hli eatke !: aid .HL aadefIW

tloora, II flrcl Drive, Oak VKRTUa ....1It ll sad ...< ..... rll.<9.. tk* rihr.r whIsk ChrM Jem referred to If*. The happy family bom I lou....* W Ike) ISIsSOaS
i, nit tf"j \ 80 | say sail oil bieHOARD I lat*. WUn .........
Park 11000. -- or _!In" aald (Matthew"Thmi *2:8: *). I.ndc.4 tile Ir._,* bo.a* ofh itegr**
;; '. PVa140SISaTSt'7tON ..f
{ TO aefrecteJkMi far hoe
0'IIZDCTOSIP54)115104 IWf.
1 BntronoM. 1Mk1l_. eee iTATirrtala UAIWDEM halt love thy Ma ,,w.. .1... re Ckrlilti ,,1-1 l...' etr-
*
a sailed sit *|
SasS beat and air a< ilaf: LEON I tk. c.... ., Its r*.*tyJ.deo YJI'MTT, rU>HlnAM Ibyailf. lace N.aUst. ,relalhan .. Mr real nMi..

I and H ...... w.iI.4.-wsil n....... Co*.lfieri**, 'TTrarb I Yl.WIN'UiS.t.'liAfNWAi ---- .

carpeting drape ..."...... 101 MOBILE HOMES I I I**r.i Prolxt>: t.i* .,. b WAt.RtH, I slisege lie .
/ .
e> ei
llty Anwae, SaShay Hrigkla.kllrben Ilk Service ,...- N. ....| 'Vao.aot snossTLsyI.pl. I, I*. IT MDUUSNII .THHT'S I I I n 1 FRITktM I ItTAII (U tmlf 4mtklmt- vie bloseos.e T 4

I W..... hIM, aemlpga T* All Crodllor a4 r.._.. Isle eeieoly *4 Ae tt** elAera1 / fbi

.. Greta sad) ea D.S. Matin ( .... *e &>...... ** It wt, ..aee Mtvpvtar.
Hew N_ Vuinfl.sCords. ...,... laud Botaiailo BINDS? Af* LIRINSsI etrf A.. .
p.s.cad
BW) 10. $1,100. .,. Conca. ........ sad ok of yoe .r. .."- iL. yes :
II Los (....) Od Tr.iim.r..dirWbd ky ....,... sail eoaotro t* prosons AJbany, N. Y_A ( iJIII baiktlwelghln 5510 Ln.9YN5 wrnapote a. .. .. lie eu >eHreea.
I Bntroom.. frame elder sap IMOM ... 4.weoktak bout W pnunrtaappnaited ca.ee ,.oei s.PBftcB4aaff.' li* WHM eael a* lie

name, ........... ....... but water r.*. oe oiuoe W ye*, ..tarlansaiala. Mr*. Jamb Marti, e Inn.is.OIBAm. 9aSf 5) isfgt.bofAal Hit ./lie :.. M MM/I*
ho,.. rang sad ,..,... eaeamee .5 tk* octal of>r..- # 0.Vs.a anile eOrMtne. e* e. UMeWaelwm .
let. Q.......*. w. Hade for farnlhtr eenyUinfl ==:: .M "..... .,t, oowood. lot* ofmod ohs ; bI't: turn sawmewof a* li. *4""fHI ..J
.. **!.. Ooeotr, .. tk. e...., ever killIs rn.esuse.57alrs.a' .
Joel (...... c...(,. norto Mrs Marta.rerliln( a mere.
LEWIS H. GREGORY *, at ISo offio I ik onkMo
We Have KOOL SEAL *
of mId OoaMr at 9. .. Soleet. threw rile heads 4wnth 0e S.'mAlC. Niitbtri

REALTOR V. S. M U aDo waat 4 rion**. 7ii*4o m ....***, cellar atalrwiy and told him

U W. WA HPIGTOt ST. T.1q1aIa Ian.TallaMiss. -- .-... iron. ike M*e ef .,tk.firol .. '1'.... rile Rmney, b>jl why '.7
exklloMlo* of tkM .. aW'
II7I2I4ruet I two eoto of o..* .,*.,* oe *oo4 eMntdd yen kID H* gni-lH
.. llerMn I .. .km b* I* _u... ao4 .nd raa.ouuarrv .

kXALM tt Arr.a-LA';'. fk. lilt Weal Taaeaa.eePboM : me' lh 5a I aVdtI I'Ip rL lll.A IK'" r.

.... .... with laoS L-.tW .I or CIA'<''1 Elf :
fly. MlM *_ of Orae 111-IJM I wiTi'-n i* HtcncNf irrfBM .i i* r%* ee IKPloei nm
.
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=
CkMt.e. Suits I, I ** Molotoe. ISIS tkc aol la 0 .4cd.a
(i.i.rr A... H. a... *. I* IIActS's I dM000y, """*-. win bo "'...* for Ml. at ,...... sonora for tk* .hu
I linked *.d Mo* rook bid tt .w soWn door of tk* fowl M*...
to rkrtta law arjn Compared to the enea of ttrktt I .1 It.. A M. CM "Ft... the IIta car *f ......... ... O, 114r
the Cajne and rreab Water nab :
I f. |hk 10.55 rwftotloo
CornneaaVon. bonlrn art noc *> S to other fcrma of recTwOro.he InmmnMmI[ Ill! me 0..tb515lb$51L.SlShl.5S. Suns.

lowed to we* Mrena er flaAtnc : fiabing trenae looped buy roc _-." II, 7.._'* I Monk, .*.** ,
I rvirkto reajde..u can ft* yaofmoid I W_.
red Bghtt on fliaw bnntt unlre* the ....1. Boor

traftMspolIounoOrebnul.. : I ettkMrtde ft* $3.00 Sn 454 CI5'T'I V'40VS'
AM iMiiMAwrs fm'vEswIW.5w Sum
,,* CWPJTI, PUOMO4,
TIll' AW"GT AM;> Yl.: Ae.*fUM 2it \ -

HOMES pool TH. SAId f>r TAX... ...... H >*...c.e 0, IIM I' -
BRICK TH'X. AMI* MAKlIO TH. L'S. I wnld
1 laId Harry cwnMUn
111 ... TAX LEVY rijit bBS I NisTit.STO VOTEd
HNBlfeDS4&39 rrrT oe Qf7'MCY. n/>Nir> Mice le .....f *t..* taet ootlloc 01000 I* 0......* CeMy COdA 1101?ldt A4IPisoioousiaa ... tell pus eaacllf
COMPLETELY Pq.i ..H.1.. TEAS .. I kaoc booo .ko..*. .. *Torlo*'* 5. t. I aol II lo too ..n.-... 11 hIs .
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''b'eNI'.IJifO.T IS'?. ,n.4 .. ..4.a. looottooe foe ia. liaU* Ooeonl &1..,.., Teoodor. Movcaikoea. 54 LAsnfr E4MIr 4 waafe wra' a
IMF Month 25 Years ,os.Sol SCOt ao- I IM4. lo-wHI *it lbre'e B*............dl...
Apr) pwOy-h2454 ro a i Trade 400,04
Old Homes In .
Accept ;G,,'.,* evfl THn. WHO Cxooeoltytjrtmwt
Bathrooms.Additions. P'T TAXU DC*!** CBkBTTICM > "i' Odslsa7 ANSOOsiS a..e11_ team "***** *| ts JU.SONew Ctchtns. SAle BUOITNOSt I P SI Jot>Bcoo .ruto., Sins, b.s.wa'a
: iV EoAi'r.D In' TIts "fIaa. ,..-. .1sw MONI'f_ Words of the WiOn .

Repairs I PupsS (or n. t:1Tf (IVMt1'Sey 5 t'aft......... r ec etetMB LSdta'0wa) o.ii to CM* Sad ...__", S&ZAv1 dtaeO5'mnoa.,aaancacooS.oaoelomnon Slay f. vrenc nt
: hi tfaoov
108% FINANCING :: 1 That M isasop wrraIM .. WV ist, and =r .' sen. 555* dsy 51 A'ssao esm.raasnytme reeseJS 54' I a'.., tlkflerent dlreauone
lo levy a 55 W lw. **4M --lM'A__ "' 0454sf.p _
had aJua e*:. all *l tk. .4w4. Boo*. Clans ___ "' ,,,.. ai.tIi-W ,Vir ....' > enrM

See i Model Horn at 805 West Washington St. I:'staSis 00 .n.aoy. .l'*0*>Ma., .en.Ct.* w-... ._,,..0.-r.ttf, rkwtdeTrt ....,_. ofu. tiM: : (Artatotla)i

or PJaca. -I74SST Qulncr Ha. i... rhesus. OSs.SSU5 _po 000Aq..n6
J _-a. '0# sam ...,... 51 .>,<*.*. I. list is
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PAGE FOtmi.EN GADSDEN COUNTY ""'"'-. QUINCy. FLORIDA. nnmst>AY. SEPTEMBER.-.S.-1884


ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL IN QUINCY [Mrs. Brinson, 85.


This setting makesHomeSweetHome For Retarded Gadsden Children Passes SaturdayMr

jpSuje MUn
EAGER TO BEGIN a QrPMiiboro paused sway
Sweeter at t\t: Saturday evening, August
I The picture at right has becomea 20 at hei )pcwe.
familiar light to anyone passing Born In Cj/idy County, Mrs.
St. Paul'a School for Retarded Brinson wM a housewife and a
Children on King Street. The member at the Providence Baptist
school opened for 1U second year QuroaI,
31st. Sponsored by
on August
Funeral
terrier conductedat
were
Association
the Gadsden County 4 o'cfoclt Tuesday afternoon
Retarded Children, It started
yy s for
iI
enroll. September I the Providence
last September with an Baptist QiUi'cIl with the Rev Her
sixA successful _$
ment of very
p SCHOOL bert ShophM assisted
by the
weeks summer session was
six Rev. Guy \'Iallt officiating Interment .
t also given. visa In pine Grove Cemetery .
: : The school hours are from 9 to. C with t j. B. Adams Funeral .
12 from Monday through Friday.Anyone
R3 Hone to charge at arrange
'I 1 : desiring to participate' In menu,
this program may contact Taylor
Grantham by telephone at 627.B24 Survivor include four son,
or B27-71J5, or the Rev. Haywood fPrtnson, Greensboro
John Bywater at 627.6257.cLvn EHerd Joe Prtnaon\ Free Port
tie Zsay"Xj' ; A. D. I'In/lrl, QUincy, and Jack
V. BI'!""00 on, Fayettevilte, N, C

five tailors, Theol/ M Mallard !.
-- Tanjp, Vera M. Pan-amor,
} ST PAUL'S SCHOOL Mr. G. & McEwen is showngreeting Lake Wonti. Bertha E tel| Wilson,
ld a. of her Picture of I Bristol feviyn Murgnret smith
one pupils. courtesy Magic Greensboro, and Mavis Florence

$ :; bay I _Mirror. .._,_Quincy. Sullivan, HMoundlami, one sifter
tj c Mr Fsrn Edwards, Greensboro .
e (My, doggone it!) 1oant to(School, and we hope that all parents ; 2S grandchildren and 17
By Guy R. Wade thank! the following who filled in will make it their business to treat grandchlltt1'en.

ya Thomas Memorial Baptist for services during the month: have their children on hand at Alvln Serving Mathit,orrris! Pdd s were
Clvde
ChurchSomeone The Reverend Edward B. King ,
9:30: a m. for class assignments Butler, AC Hawkins.
Roy
and the Reverend Jack Watson
../Ipl has said that the :along with Mr. Lamar Munroe, Teaching will be: Mrs Frances BraceweU al hd Clifford\ JohnsonA
worlds greatest area of undeveloped Jr, and Mr. Frank Higgins My Southard, Mrs. Elizabeth McMil
.. w .if.>s.I "w r terr.lory lies under peo hanks also to Mr. Ben Bostick lan, Mrs. Kay Edwards, Mrs. Jean hsherm may lose a trot.
: y ec. wtG t+y v y I ple's hats I proport to you, that for taking care of some urgent Munroe, Mr Frank HIggins, Mr Ine ot not chore than twenty-five
this Is one of the truest statements matters of Parish business for me, Wallace Shrove, and the Rector, hooks for JWnf non-game fish
to come from this genera and to Mrs. Mary Sperling for with administrative or teaching for pert"**' rtse provided he has
,tion. Ask yourself the questions; holding things together around assistance from Mrs. Ben Bos- a valid flshta license.1RPRISES _
I when 4d I last read a book all he odice. It Is horrible to real- tick, Mrs. Mary Spprllng Boa
/ -.- the way through When did I ze that the church can get along, Anne Hewett, Mrs. Don Brown,
W correcta Mrs. Thomson, Mr Bill
Mary
do something positive 'and well too, without its pastor
fault that I have When did I Neweomb and Mr. Dick Jacobs
KRDEHLER 'or a whole month. I never realized
% | I last better myself, my family or that the Lords work could Our regular Sunday morning
4 FREE Sofa and Chair community by something 1 discovered go on without met .I had avery breakfast will be served again
ai TABLES about myself pleasant visit with the minister starting this Sunday at 8:45 a.m.
c 10TH 1rOR ONLY I LIfe is an eternal lesson. It from Albany who has been i
2 LAMPS
begins with the miracle of birth called to succeed the Reverend (
and ends, physically, at the close\ Mont Hash at the Santa Clara The Miami-Key West Govern
Here'i modern luxury in I superb style that makes home with death. We all began, so Baptist Church. He, his wife, and or's Cup power boat race will be
ai beautiful and comfortable as it should be. Smart French shall we all end. The lessons because we I[ chatted for about an hour lids staged Nov. t. Prizes totaling
learn Yo'e must learn well ; morning, and I hope that he witlied $5,000 will be given to winnersof
teamed button-tufted Lawson back and extra detailing of life-
$19900The In the "school 165-mile
It possible make Qulncy the rugged ocean con-
throughout. Full-coil steel spring seat construction with there art no repeats. Learning Is the seat of his :r I must admit .
spring edge. Zippered Mat cushioni. The fabrics are long- like rowing upstream: not to back.advance that I hadn't realized up till
lasting rich-looking nylons Performanct-Ttsltd for quillity or to rest Is to drop this time that Mont Ha* had test.KINARD
yourself and the .
', I Try finding left We rejoice with Ann
Kroe-
by reasons for living then take Blake Cantey and Joe Carney ENTICHARLES Inc.
on the world)II In their adoption of a little boy,
an Infant, this week, and know BIZ YARD* Ovmer
that Mr. and Mrs Ed Blake are Remodeling Adc11t1oDliTRvcrlON
;
Sofa Thai happy as golfballs over being
I i ( twice-over grandparents This NEW CON

; ; ) Sunday things get back to their Garages Carpo rts Porches
;
Will Never Go AROUND normal slate of confusion without
.
regular schedule resuming, Roofing; Siding I v CoJbtoets
The with services at 8, 9:30: and 11 Florida Rooms Enclosures
Out of Style! a,m., and with the regular monthly
healing service at 7 p,m. on "No Job Too Lori le or Too: SlI\ U"
SQUARE
Sunday evening This Sunday Havana Highway phone 6278495A
1 lobs ;will be Rally and Registration!
I I Day_ for the. Sunday_ Church

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I The weather is getting a bit
tallish list That's what I Jotted
down a few days ago. Our air-
I conditioning has been off for several
days now. The leaves are
starting to fall though and the atmosphere .
: is a bit hazylookingat
times. Was browsing around
and looking at the new
the
I square

:hats winter and clothes stuff like flow shoes do you suits like, GOOD START FOR SCHOOL, pall.PARR or SHOES

I those alllgatorlsh-looking shoes In
all different colors I likes them.
I Nice sight of the week A
parking ticket on a WCNH car.
,Oh, hat! That Department of Pub-
,lie Safety knows what it Is doing
all I
I Well Dog Days end Saturday.
I That's good. Never thought much
of them anyway.
With school starting we were
KROCHLERa :laughing\ the other day how Sally
Massey ate up Frank Smithstreasured
gold and silver color
II crayons first grade. Happened
otn think
d the time thatpoor

'Luxurious; Your choice of rich, colorful fabrics Mike M.Munroe... Mamie, Fount Wallace May, sale had

sofa long look with I Skipper Wheeler and
you can upon pride. Angus Hineon all In one class.

Tnert's a feeling of permanence and solid value here. Krochltr has And she was till able to teach

$14900 built years comfort into this sofa and chair with KMntifically dried the Overheard next year.- Mr. Noname looks
hardwood frames, full coil spring seat construction, zippered foam like man who would vote a
cushions that won't lose their tailored look, and many other good county a dry and then more.Seeing .
Small monthly paymentsMakMf construction technique!. The gently flaring i arm and biicuit-tufted more and more Gold-
back will always be fashionable. Among the many lovely fabrics water buttons and stickers around-
Chair $69.00 available, you're pretty sure to find one that will complement your about town. Very encouraging,
decorating plan. We think you'll appreciate this fine furniture. ThoM of you who are not sure how
I you're going to vote Just step
I down to the Times office any day
now. There will be no doubt In

your mind.
Williams These are
Jinxes
ttx6il '. ") shirts, ma'm.'
4 -- especially strong
They simply laugh' the laundry.
Customer 1 know that kind.
fB'--wli\j': ( I had some come back with their f 7w .
'fJ )
.
: sides IPUt. '
: t \ Safety TIp Watch out **

(;: .. school children especiallythese
driving "".
Well. ttua II CORE', Comer
JtN saying bye-bye for this week! ,
P. S. Us getting to hot down
her Susan and I are seeing
mirages like camels, palm
trera and stuff.
I

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Notes

trim M. h..'s Th.rt1 be no urging tod to get the youflft et\
What a vacation! AU over the
world with James Bond with off to school wham they have new shot Mite Hm..
now of the risks none ofthe


Ian Fleming's! books were devoured
during that month, along with.wlaWutty and $nma.Trte. fb>4 fearures of sR o fCt ooi

all that wonderful food
he orders. I must say the liquor shoes meN them the choice of money.tJi1. pvnt-
was I little beyond my taste but

Elegant Provincial design- I?are' I now For bark making and possible glad to for be I2TflTflI$4.99!! 56.39Widths
lo
me to be surfeited with that rich .. ,
and heady life lived only to fAn ..... .o ase..w care
; a truly splendid Kroehler value


$19900 Magnificent choicf of salon colors and fabrics ATTENTION! A lo D FREE !


Here (Is the exquisite& detat1i yo/d expect to find only in the PARENTSSPECIAL Black Smooth PARROT TOP

molt expensive fU'4iture. Handsome, carved wood frame with CAB Brown Smooth Withr urcbaae of
RATES for Black Nylon V.lytt
I' a soft rich fioith. Comfort-engineered by Kroehler with re- SCHOOL CHILDREN CHILDREN'S SHOES

veniWe, zippered foam cushion By Week .. M.Mkttmtmgtn

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