Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579627
oclc - 01445941
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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RED Blood Scheduled CROSS Mobile-Here I Tentative Plans Made ,

Friday Gadsden, County June American 26The New Hall In

be Red inaugurated Cross Blood In Program Qulncy this will City Qu incyBuilding

friday June 20. AH residents ofCjidsrten
County who wish to give

blood must nil out a blond donor _.

yt card W before Bradley Friday.Munro, chairman f I ITAX / Will

of the Red Cross Program for Centenary Camp EQUALIZERSTO $1500 NeededTo

GadsoVn County announced today MEET HERE Be
that the Blood Mobile will be Constructed
Monday Rural
parked at the American Legion The Gadsdcn County ConvmlMdonrrs Equip
tome from 11 noon until 8 pmMunro 11II'I'Ve ss s On W.
stated this new Wore Ends On July 25 Board of EquaUiatlon at II : Fire Truck Jefferson
program for CadMien County will o'cKx-k Tuesday morning July

for the first time provVIe free "How Firm A roumlatlon" .IU 11n tilt County CommIssIoners I l Rraldenl of> rural oommunltl!r. One-Story Structure
blood for all residents of Cadndpn be the overall thorn of Centenary 1'01111In Uw Jllrthou"",.. around Greensboro need
County who are in need ot blood.;Camp scheduled to begin Monday, Anyone who wishes to complain fin protection.In adequate To Coat Estimated
The Gad deQ County Blood Program June 29, and In regard to his 175.000
has the iXlend through Saturday I tilt pant, volunteers of the Dollar.Qulnry' .
complete cooperation July lax aMcuincnt may appear before GrmMwImro >1r* Department nttpiindnt -
of the Gadsden County lloe- The youth ramp which I I. owned the Board and voice his to cells from the cot hug talked ft plans"for
__ pica and the doctors of: com
or by the Centenary MethodlitChurch objections. Anyone who has munltles of Flat Creek, Sycamore' I new rlty hull became nearer
THE CHILDREN'S READING ROOM located on the second floor of the QuIncy Public munity. Already ot the, Red through Cross the, the cooperation of Qulncy U looted near not been granted llomeatrad Iliirdaway, Gretna. Sawdust and to reality Monday nltfit when the
ribbon Gretna. The Exemption and feels h* should Juniper. However ln.. 111II11'I Qty \snmtMlnn passed Ontln.am .
Library wo formally opened at a cutting ceremony last Monday afternoon. Gadadel County Hospital received summer program U aim <
!seine the
Shown from left to right are: Mrs. James Pfeil John Pfeil, Mrs. R. L Masaey, Mrs 142 pints ot blood to make up divided Into four sessions two Board may and present appear his caiw. aline rrKUlatlons now Ctci; "construction No. m providing for the

W. L Montague, Miss Sara May Love Jim PfelL Sara lane Pieli Quincy Mayor Leon a deficit ot blood that was owedo July S and camps July> art 6 .Sir junior June 29 hltih. Tray MiPheraon, Tax As'sensor I lit on Grectuiloro fin truck owned to leave the city td bulMlnKi fumlnhtng i City n itfqulinix.it
Wearer the ribbon Miss Elisabeth Cole Mrs. Don Brown Tallahassee Memorial Ito ;?>>ltal requests that ,'' at : Iinn'l:
cutting club president Linda camp planned July 6-10 and senior anyone UmlU. a greet need exists our Julncy for toe sa hall,
Now a complete supply! of blood \Is .
Montague, Mary Bryan Matney, Bronson Matney HL Elizabeth Vickers, Lucille kept on hand for Gadndcn County high camp slated July :30-25- wanting before to know the his 1063 shoukl: values I rural ore protection. fire department and police department

Brown, Diane Brown, Kristin Brown, Serena Matney and Tulle Brown. The reading citizens st our hospital. Activities will Imlude craft, mute by his meeting office In (tie David Bum slated that the !tine: Issuance punmn oi SJOO.OOO. aiithnriilnil Utlllllea

room was completely redone) by members of the Junior Woman's Club. Photo by The Gadsden County Hospital councils swimming, movie slnKtrcn, hike, campfire, folk 'I Courthouse or cell hi. office mad Florida a fire Korwuy truck' available Service to hu the; Tax Revenue Cerlincale for DM

Martin' Studio.Mitchell. a alone month.uses over (0 plots of blood games, stunt nights and religious j Qlv of Greensboro thruuthle purpiM of paying the art ft/1l.r.*

dlaruialurui. M agreement The truck, how
Mr. Munro emphasized that t The highlight of both junior Junior Women ever, lacks aikxniate equlpme A total of 120.000 .....lIztc1lron'
the citizens ol Cadsden County' camps will be a guest night\ sen* and a oimmltle has been Am" the sale ot 1'nortInt..tre' will
Drew Discusses must support this Red Cross: ended each ilid+u'. Parants and lid lo rain 11,900 to convert the first be used to retire swlmmlnii
Blood Program by donating bloat friend will to Invited to enjoy Seek DonorsIn vehicle Into a first rate fin pool revenue certificates that areuutelantlng
st the Blood Mobile. The quota fighter.Thow. against tto fund.
ot: BSD Sods ot blood a year must: :Junttom J ; skits planned by; a continuing effort to toMTvtc I serving on the committee Th building or bulMmga; will

be IIW't.U Cadsdea County to to,, A guest nlgbt for the junior to th* community, the seal Harry Baawtt, J. Byron Saber be constructed on amiroxlmats.
continue In this free blood : !ty two-mlnla of boa k
pro high! and Senior high group time Junior Wonwm dub I* apw Jlminl I Smith t Malcolm Jctfcnon a between
Junior p toted Monroe atated "Public: been dated on Thursday at both heading a hnuiw-lo-bmiM drive for Smith. Marcus Street on the south
Proposed : WsiUilngtm
citizens should respond aeulonlt blood donors a pronoun *pe- Edwards and nM-FletcherAnyone rrl't on the north j
10 this call for blood. The lUMobile and Mewart Street the ..
on .1.
"Th task of Centenary Camp need by Uw local American I The balance .
will gathrblond for of that block on the
1* to brig\ young people (tether the fund natty contact t conunlllo
Carinden County. The blood donated west and northwest aides'
and help them to .*. Uod. The club member are endeavoring member. own
Junior college to be located In will not go to th. American ell-dlwlomire and r* of to contact each dtlien ed by W. M. Inman and{ the estate
Cad&den County was the topic Red Cross. It gues to the churn peeking In of Alfred Kohjik. Till land
cf) a talk by Mitchell Drew before Rash of AutoAccidents Ciiy Fathers of Cadsden County." Jerni Christ and to miund) In In lids julixy vital and uin hi* eupport I In Chapman tots been cleared of ..tl'Ul..u.111.
for Says
faith and love to the end Unit they program' securing
members and guests of the Quincy QUzena wishing to give blood may know who they ar* and what, much nrwled<< blood fir the Uau has been owned by the city for
Klwanl dub Monday at the Occur must fill quite a .htl/ *,
out a blood donor card their human situation f den County Hwpitnl.
Jefferson Hous Mr. Drew I II Approve Permit before Friday noun. Then they' grow a* emu of God routed mean In the, The lint Cadmk-n County Red Nursing Home Aivonllng to lentstlv plans pre.pared .
first vlcpresldcnt\of the Gadsden Over Weekend will to called and told when their Oirintlan community, live In the CTOM Baud Mobil will be In by liarrell DuTfln and
County Chamber' of Commerce. appointment Is scheduled st Uw ulncy tomorrow al Uw AmericanLegion lUshup. architects and snglnmaof
He Is also chairman of the Qulncy's Public Safety Department For Street Sale Blood Mobil. Blood Donor cards till uplrlt their In common every relatlonthlp dliclpleihlp, ful-in Hum from flan to 1 p.m. Need In Area TallahaaiMW, the main buD.Une
Junior college advisory commit reported a rash of four automobile are available for the public at the Choir Several member of the Junior will be ot: rrlnfurced 001.1'1'141.
tee of the Chamber and serves accidents over the On a motion by Commissioner Red Cross office In th. Masonic the world, and sbtd In the Won",,!'. Quo will aialit ttwwblM At tto Qulnry Exchange Chub with a built up tart and Inut.
with Richard Gardner, Fred Ar- weekend. The accident string E. E. Gay and seconded by Commissioner (1Mf1nuood M rag Three) Ian hope" which 1* adtipted unit u blood dike meeting but Wedneatiay at Ito tlin marlil aidea with approxl.
nngton, Edgar Scarborough, John began Saturday afternoon at 6 E. W. lilnson, Sears front Uw driitlan Education Ob- JpttPnlna llnua* JTogram Otalr- maul 10.80U aquar lint of
Bywater Bill Dodion and Bradley o'clock with a rear end collisionat Roebuck's Catalogue Sales Store ectlve of the Methodist Church. man Marcus U. Shelter introduced' San apace, costing an esumatr.
Monroe. 1' the intersection of: Jefferson In QuIncy was granted permission Flue Tobacco The camp personnel will Include Canning CenterIs WIIUs II. Chapman who dIe used ma, OU,
Mr. Drew was Introduced by and Roberta Streets. to use four or five parking Mrs. Uiarli Brink, camp (tie propiiaed Usibxlen Count Fluor plans call for Ito bullillnf,
Bob Young, program .chairman Alton H. Dean ot Jacksonville spaces on Washington Street to Growers MeetA director! Mile K. Wumark Jr., Busy Place Nursing ilonw giving a brief to face south Jefferson Hired
His speech in part, \Is u follows: 1 was reportedly slowing down for park a trailer loaded with electric assistant dlnMori ho luv. E. history of Uw activities to date featuring entrances on U. south
"About four or five years ago a traffic light st the Intersection appliances during a sale to special caDed meeting of Nash Ilillpot, mlnliter; Jeaw The canning center In Qulnc toward this pruuoaed home. ant north elites ant a drive-in
the Chamber of Commerce, when struck from the rear by to held In July. MayorCommissioner the Farm Bureau Flue-Cured TobaCl.'O taker, Curtis Honner, Theo Gee, is bustling with acUvlly, Mr. Chapman stated that Ow window on the ....llIna side.
through som of its members determined George Baker Jr. of Qulncy. Leon Weaver Gay and slated. Committee has: Dana Ilamrtrk, June donned Many Improvements In operation problem of Uw elderly see lint The on story claaala structure
that It would be desirable ; According to Investigating officers Hlnson voted for the motion. been for Monday, June zaet Don radk-ett, Don Splwy, T. A*, of equipment ackUUc meal new but the awareness ot: Uw will run proidnwlly IH liwt
and advisable for a junior R D. Edwards and Gerald! Commissioner Howard tletcher the Coliseum In Live Oak. brey Mon, Wayne Ituttnm, Sr.Mr. ., help, new signs giving dlrwtiui r need 1 lea only developw east and writ and lou feet north
college to be established in Quln Little, there were no injuries to vote dagalnst Commlssianer O. Major purpme ot the meeting' end Mrs K. Nasn fhUpot, and newly-painted equipment wilt Today on* out 7i'i't. ft years and south. Enlacing" at Uw. Ruinantranre
cy. The Chamber named a committee the Dean family of: five, but Mrs. a Cox was absent from the Monday >Is to discuss effects of the recent Mr. and Mrs WrfHUlUCnUr;' add to Uw convenience ol the d w. C'IIt....... In 100 only GIll will to found a comfort.
to look Into tile matter. Dean 48, was checked and treated night meet at City Itall due court rulings on Ito U. 8.! Department Mr, and Mm. Rex Janet, Mn patrons, stated Mm Marjorie out of: 11 was N years old.I ale!. lobby directly back .l which
Th committee Informed itself for nerves. to his continued Ulntis. of Agricultural 10 percent Fiancee IVacock Mrs CordmFletcher ; Ifcme DrmonitratliM I A group of reprMenlativM from will be a specious auditorium Into
that then were certain requirement .' Baker wig charged with driving Mr. Gay's motion stipulated thatSears acreage cuts for Type. 14 Mtw- Don Mower, Miss Gregory. various clenches of Uw community Iced u enmmlssloners
concerning the senior das a car without brakes and pay for ail meters InvolvedIn tlu8-all'ed tobacco EmIly Cunningham and Mil Mr*. T. V Smith, aupervlmrreqtmu : met In 111&.1 to dill,..* UwInuiWIIty meeting rain end city court
population that had to be mad' causing an accident the three day sale and to have The meeting will begin at 1 p.m- Sydney Merloni counaelors.Thou that anyuiw wlalilnn Ituw of a church spunauw, tarn. To Uw hear of UK court
before a Junior college could beset The other three accidents happened tto area roped oft sufficiently to' and will be open to all interested serving as oooouiuelonarl the canning center aluuli tun-profit hmiw fur elderly dUsens room will be s imitative mess to I
up. Tb* State Board of Education on Sunday with the tanked keep pedestrians from waUUng tobacco producers. I Hue Rogers, Elaine Joint call (2743 and/ make an appointment (4 Uw onnununlly. Churvhesreprenlad hnUM mechanical equipment bat
advised them that the at 6:" a-m. Roosevelt Lamb, out in front ot moving traffic. sin DIane liana, Blddl SUk-k- ahead of time Sh* also wen Omlensry Methodist robu'tt
minimum requirements\ for stadhtlnl Midway Negro was headed south I In other business Monday tight house, Loll Cbokwy, Belay Malay, urges people to bring a rcasun- !'oat. 11111.I",1iII. of the main M>111
seniors in any one year on Adams Street when to lost Ow commission beard Eddie Dyal Virginia Barnett Carol Momer, Carl Wyll, Dill able amount to can at one Urn, Greensboro Mettuxllst> Flnl I'mbytnrlan. *- will to SHind the boukkepin anil
to apply for state support was control of: his 1841 Mercury leaving explain some of the provisions of rogarty, Paul Mower, Damll'ormrter to Insure a good prodm and New ItilladelphlabyterUn IOer collection. / oVpailimnl.. u.. billing
400, and la no one year has the the right side ot the road, his bospltallaban Insurance policy : On Dean's List and Tommy Coleman. pleaie\ have ctaldraa at home or First ItaHlit. Ureens- acme ant offices alt the finance
total graduating lon been half olttlng an embankment and coming which the commlislon had Serving: la the Virlou depart- outside fur safety bum llaplist and 8t I'sul's! Ewe: director and nil cr.Ury end a
this number. The committee decided to rest In a driveway culvert bern studying\ along with other Thirty-eight apperdassmen have mend arei hire W. r. tMtla, Guns and service diaries ar* coual- law vault Inr th* storage ul cult
that it was not advisable tow I According to Public Safety Officer policies. After Dyal's presenta- kern named to the Desa List and Mn. J. L. Cwtn ton Sr, Mrs. lilt Mm a* fat year Size No- I As a result of 0.. meeting S amT other valuable; .
the matter any further and George ilsndley Ow vehicle lion the commlsiion voted favorably lae undergraduates to the Honor Lewti Gregory and Gall Gregory, 2 pint), let Else 2Vt quart), urn.profit corporation was funned tta the Hunt after anteing*
It was dropped. About a year received about $230 damage to on Commissioner Hinsons toll for concurs taken during the ,rrafli; Mil Lena llawkln and I Oc. our Uw purpuH of furthering Oils Miy will to fcmra offices our the
and a half ago when Bob Young the front end. Lamb wss charged motion to "do business" with spring semester on Stetson Uni Attu Thelma Kate Smith mine; I Since many requests have been SUM. GflMvrs were elected as city mannerend Ills iwrHary, a
was president of the Chamber of with failing to have his vehicle I frudenual, Uw company Dyalrepresents. versity's DeLsnd campus. Five of: Ermine Owmby Connie Ander**) ,made for lilt soup mix recipe b* follows: "Id.ntW, IL nape cunfriwce tntn. and oirkw and
Commerce: undertook to have under control and having an accident The transaction Involves liras students made all A's. ,and Ray llndgr, life guard: Mrs.. ,mlng, the Ingredient are ama man, Vic helenl31ams: work ..... fur the matlWl1l11 d..
the matter reinstated and bad a group hoxpltallzaUon Insurance The Dean's List consists of 1 B. E, Anderann, klu-hrn vupvrvlanr -jllowii 2 quarts bmalof, I 1 M Csll. TI'NaU.-l..rI Owenby pertinent, Ito bullUnf limirctiirnrl "
committee named and this same Sunday afternoon at 3:50: Char- for employee of Ow dty. juniors and seniors who** grade : Mr*.. Oliver Hunt aulWtnt pint okra, 1 quart corn, 1 quart !ltlc1'lllarJW. Belts and U- rMTMUui cIIltI1ur and apace
committee was re-eppointed by te Calvin Davis ot> Route I, 1 A bid by Russell Daniel Irrigation vcrag U plus or better. Ttolonor I lichen aupcrvtaor; Katie Squlr while bulUntMuw or while DM*. 1t111_ Tutu .......0. ; few ilonj at sumill**.
the present president of the Quincy and his family were toad- Company la the amount Roll to composed of under Lula WhlKglna' Daisy Jatkion. ,Some of this can be prrpan The first annual mtwllng was On the east sal west skin. of
dumber, Willie Line ed east on West Jefferson Street of: $S2,6U. was declared w and ales who earn no grade less ,couM. 'ahead of Urn and warn until held en May 32, 1(04. and U. 111I courtroom will be Staled ram
"I would like now to give you when one of his children opened accepted to !Install an automatic mixed and cannedi'nvv following dlroctuia were elected.: r.i* win*****, an tmpluyw
In a word picture, a description of Ow right\ rear door of: his IPIIt sprinkler system st Carry Athletic Among the Juniors making Ow R.O.T.C. Cadet can be varied mm, frewr Three year term Willis Chapman kunm, :p11epJactUtl.g arm! JUlio
the area that a junior college Mm'euI7.'bIIe reaching for his Field Two other bids were Dean's List was Virginia U Barn- pace and fuel can be saved by Tom Maimed, trends Mo- band. .
would serve if It proved feasible. child the vehicle crossed the submitted, one by Fletcher Cora- ell. of Qulncy.h Martha 8. Bart- canning your asap etoi-k neit( time tad Cart Owenby and Mrs. I*. ..... tie a new rlty nan ...,.
-In Marlanna. Chipola street hitting a utility pole, causing -sny ot Greensboro and one by nesS also of QuIncy and Miss I Carl E. Rudo, Jr. 1 you tnnt beef," said Mr*. Gregory. IL 'lUgikm; two-year term-- W. / mt torttlaiH In th* IMo's. In
has been In existence for some eroandcoun damage to the ear only. Solomon ConstnxHon Company. Barnett were listed on ttw IuI rAt Urwllry C I vls. W. 1666 Uw matter again bn' m* an
years Jackson and .. /. Johnson, Safety Officer.Investigated A bid for $3,378.90 was declared roll. At Fort BraggFnrt ___ T. C owim.u.I'Belts sod Mrs.Gnorga : aAnd erchllactunl drawtni
Cal Td the east the accident and estimated low and a contract was awarded W Munnw; ant one ywterm of the pmprwd iww miplwur
of us at Madlaoa Is the North the damage to the carat Farm Equipment Company of the Theatres Bnu. N. C. Army Three StudentsAt Joins Iktiv, Ju>l hg. lluvh; easeIn mhmlttMt. to the o'o
Florida Junior College. It serves $i.00. No charges were filed. Jacksonville for a u Inch wood ROTC Cadet Carl E. Run Jr, ayk/r, lien kIICIiI I F.=3"'fII'7 when acne.
Madlaoo, Jefferson, TUb* and. Alfred Edison Burns ot tol N.6th chipper. The device will be wed 21, whme parents Uv In Qulnry Institute Gardner' and Almost Towlea.Mr :nwnt to nactod foe
I believe, GIll other county. This Street ran Into Ow rear of: a to chip: up limb and other debris This WeekAt ...11I of Inlmalve mil- Oiapman oonrlmW hla remarks the braikn o( the butMint" It
try draWn WM dnctilMt .
leaves a gap between CMpota parked ear owned by Lois Lee about Ow city. In the near future al Fort Bragg N.' C, Three h Ounry high Mead ilu- by slating that U.here was,weak Emily afterward In
Junk Collece and the North while driving IMt Dodge own after the machine has been tile Leaf Theatr* Thursdayand June U.tM1nC. dents Laura Diets, Rnaa Nib a newt fur swxi a nursing. hum inwanl eoqulalUoo at the
Ilortda Jimtor College. The W- ed by Lector Motors east on Bellamy given a thorough lest, It is sand- Friday win to "Dark Pur- he training Rnerv ton and Christy Smith ate attending In OUs area < Ihrr ar* many ,pnJwty row own*) by ft* elty.
lowing counUea are not served by Drive early .Sunday night : Uw city will to mom nee," starring Shirley' J_ OffIcer Training Corp cadet art a Jourmllam Intitule toCalnetvUle probkrma to to worked out but A bulkllnf on the "rtlinu(
either of these junk) colleges Damage to the new car was l la.tlre..t.d Ct": ss to Ow sis of limb* to Saturday Is featured s oVwhle lo prove indr kader. the week. with sum .Interest and enlhutlasm rnrnrr etii.* property |* IMII*.
Gadeden, Leos Walwlla, Liberty at $Jut, while, droop be picked up. Notice will be attraction, "Guns of the Tim- sup.shinty: and drnnnmini All Staff memhen of the Tiger, he believed we tnuM have such a tlv-ly panned to Isms the de.
and Fr.nLlln. We are advised to tile Lee automobile was $IW. given to Ow Times when that berland" and King Kong \.. knnwwdm: at military euhject on lilt *chr.4 annual the students ar* hum that would .to a mutt toUw part'-t MrtudMi at pubUq safety wlilch
that rranklla County would Charges were filed on two accounts. time arrIvfoI.Jl Godzilla" Featured It*' Sunday this tnllng ground fear future U receiving Inilructkin thai will o cummuntly. ttwjmlkie. ,. end Ore dbpartmnl >
w HM .
be Interested to joining to I. H. Cleveland was tile and Monday will to "Sundsy to & Army officer i ahkf them lo edit a better annual lit eat 11 ktur* w sr.p.rLed
the other counties mentioned due tovesttgatlnf officer. Hew York starring Of Robertaon Cadet Rud I* a ueo IF'duetef lor the coming Mind year. 'Flower' Course .had vi sii .oud. tic IWlJhbrlre
to the cIIItanCe d such a college and Jean Fonda. Tueedsy (hilt -y High Bond and \Is par- The Imtllut I* Humored by I The TirUhaaM/
bring located to on* of the other Youth Drowns At r ribwit.A and Uednwdny win to "'nw. Thin Udpalliw In tile ROTC program tilt ft-honl uf Jaurmllant and peel to wlmut' the final arrhllm-ts n
counties."Tto. ( Red Line." n:1 Melt Dulkm.l lat bavtdann (N. c.) Collf II*, Communications at the IMvmifyof Scheduled Hero Ih* Oty CmwnlMbiii anon pUn| kp M

more recently appointed UtfI I At ttw i Friday and member of Sigma Alpha lip : tlurkla. The tomhw II, aemntlnf' to
Keever SpringsJimmy ( !Saturday will to "LM of Adrian dkmh y ilnry RwTMoVm DrparVmm Qty Men
committee ot tile Chamber again 11 .... frahwnlty. sId to prnnnnng an eight seer llarb-rt Cnvury. It M hop.lhal .
Messenger" and a surprise FIRST BAPTIST
determined what tile require- Earl Smith, age 10 of I "' ,.. Sunday will to "Tto Mao wa: eoura on "Flower Arrangerig tt1 al Uul Uru Ih fcvmu
Kent, of etabUhlng a junior Steeds drowned about 11 00 noon j PoeT Wb Shot Vslsnoa" starring IN SERVICE SUNDAY SERMONSThe and Dworating For Owlluru rti/kaiM wUl have tom mid
college woukt be. Inttot .. dfart .to. Friday as be was swimming with John Nsyns.Programs Rlrhanl Aahky Jro Is atatkmeil Rev Thorn E. Qiidne.pMtor *" brgtanlng Tuevtay July and the mrrvy evillahle a* the
expert InfmnalloD and .. a group ofSneads dawmarea bun The taggeat problem wmVb at fort Jarkawt. S. C:. flat sigh uf Ow flrM ItapiMUwrrn I T. Two hams vbuae will to held imiwiuile iMdmr >| Mils air ems
; Ow Chamber called through having a school party at seed Ow Amertcaa p.&. W weelu of .bade IraMnc. In Au- win drOver s frank ** at Ow Garden Center every Tuesday rurtt.., JurnU and *<|ulp>
Its committee ,.ia l Kcever Springs near Gtr ubws years ago waa aoravalod "by Planned sent h* will enter the Untied cuMtM on the Suprrnw Court right frees T I am. throughAURU mrol of the Ate hull.WonUne .
ineUn( 10..hear SftIator a Tflesh b report gtwa by the "gut" aaraasmeot*. aoeord- Department rhaumea at Owumry 'slakes Military Academy Preparatory and prayer Sunday awmlng. Th 31. ; ol Orthmnr Ha. 42)
tea of Lt"Oty" who dh ButlerMorgansi Ire to a new LouIs Harris pod Junior Woman's dub IIWtI' Sdnol at ron Mvolr, Vs., 1111II of hw waffles will .be, "Cat Ito cume WIll to laughs by .Iva this sky a leeway shoat tic
of die Education CoraSaeVol Home who rushed tto!publish*! ta tile Washingtonnwt Sm ttw home of Mrs. J. far MM month tr.I.Uhi. and Itw United Stales.Al Mrs. IL Mlmun finals gulnyuWiylat oulkllnc l r U.+. drp>rtmom of
tile nortda Senate, oaoito victim to the! bnepnal. Jimmy Os*. vice pmldmt, al T.JOThursday fa-hare; a in graduate of Ow evmtng lervVv, Mr.I.. amhar, lecturer awl naaacradU4 > 'pea llc aWy.. Tb c.rm' ./ ..
to detail 0>e lewirements disappeared to Ow water and was By the "gU hsfltasearnta b ewmng. J_ IS. Qutary HKti ........ la tae enej of CMtlno memos -What CM Toe penny fkwer shuwKnMrstlnn ,.will have th* Cllllklll at thai( IUMlo
explained there was anrti sore ptonnsdtor Mr. and ...... )ahle rtthff in dose Mm he
te a >sor mootore actBiiarianmtovassbarklafnmMeraf was Monthly programs RtrhaM AMij of Say T. Dee"' ?- wID..to based en MW
was 5fl ="er:; worry about food, doming and Ito earning dub year I Its Bonk of Job. fee Mat ttw coun building or frmwtrt end rfurbWiIh
=- ct I"* +en artificialleaulisdrsi ...... --. -- __I will to H..00 which will to due pr w-il: year old city hall
and 11m>> that dale lie peapIe r ad ssouta toreaaKJisttna loouf! w.. Loa Harris Is probably Ito first %M el c...... An U- to bed the Art and pi4k
u. eoiBty have been wp "g bat fated toaim. wvbve the beat ot tile pollster Wt. endmere's situ-owl OX uf spprtNlmalely p ttLOrtlnw.
till eflart ol eetabUahlnf a juntorcoDM Additional arttfldalmpinttan ao doubt that Ito ......- wig to needed tf **t "...tnIaJ.u eta f2J win to bund
u GadadeB County. snd esygeai attempts1 toa Post Is ss Wt as any papa ; Steal day, aredle pant biawl-jul SMi|. iollhls km
U ft!* totot. I would Ito to were made ... .... ambnkmw But oa the "guT tome they SMesed aoidrrs (tn**>, dtppm, Mils I of DM Tim**. TmtaUve Mans
CIIINIIfIIII die s_ntersef tile ride to w Ceteiea County Hoa"toroner .i| eve d ftree.Mayto wlee andeaa&lr ol Ow prnpnaH an iry haliwtM
c.ctIdM 015015chod Board and ; ttw.pronleat ef fcoi Led '! tuin .m ke open to aUto h* Hund me office CIf Ow *y
Mr. Mas Yial r. tile QIanty Su p.[ A. .. BUdtbura rated'ttw csw> rasa as* atad real:' awe flowers. N/IIIVI,
.. tile Iredrnb*, drowning esi antdnrt and ntrjf pi 141 us- And stoUe toe --
thai toll .- gIveS to 1PUIaI 11- aatoqmet would to Mi kneed and added a new amtf,1 NEW PARTNER Harvey Receives

=-::: brie.the hus*' to Bat eve ewry TaUoar ssipreveawal tsISary. .e.ad IN OCALA FIRM

.. a ,... I Forestry Report I aped Mease tw sxwieawe of tto Kurma P. QWoa Jr. who (b Science Degree
titled II emu and 11I7 Tto Cadsdea. Cee: Cir ForestrySarrtce : dwiaflateetoe Iran to the esatojyaatf mart** to Ito tonne Mia Mwy
WIll .... (till 1It1 ci, reports s* woods flree to labor eannc a.snln. | Jane Blake. at Qulnry kss to- Mr :: 1:7 J bq'Ilew =
|ev* eoUaeael ssflace tor tw'the pest sevea ..,.. Hanker of I owisa SsISsI ..... ..... a Wan to Ocala MowsIMr. ,.......,. !
wood fine stoae Jeaeasy 1 .
IdIDnL Clfl I Today STM per cent of'are -- ft-nr. teowevedhoe ScuG.oww
evkJent' from Gr afcrmattoa C ttss year add* ay to M. I I4U Ihr1 musty asswtoM alto Waltkrk -
7t was dVMnc end eM1 leave their 1'8 CatIr .1IIrda1, .I..... 6.
that was gJ to sby I J ear Kobrr of ; (Ciaeaisil *e> Fop Tan) Gs. lee fcr Me tart IVf I.... at GO ,....
Seaaa* CedaJeaCnetfy Ore at Baa sane One year years a* aww paper tmtun pip. Th
could hmantet a gatjInrt a'' totaled I*, tenant au I ono ttos Mr. CUtoa ctll aw'::1 held to iraduetk Me nndIH wens

) e IIt. by lid ..... ::.. I CONVENTION I CENTENARY( CAM7 b.qtAa.* cmanol..... program Monday end wtade up tujacttritle SMunw Sake. of awsManl aMsagrr 'with t>r. "attwt eolktv U DrU awtltarluni.rn, Art-
dill I Ratofal to tbe Qtster sew.rig **> Dr. and Mr*. T V, tltfia areMtracbng of leaks Motors.
lea eve seeder I I July 2S. Tb e Mexfcxlat WMIJI coap> located MOT c.ca cooetots c4 /..,ant tafottar' In charge ol
The decWoa wee .-de .., ate pen salt average.* J: lie Aarrtca MedIcal a Mrs 0.hue M 0.. dw Kler Crune
,R..eebler J ..... are O. <>ia as SM ,..... I keg. tads buIVfloq need at a dlafea MIl and CIUdboIt... a carts' dormitory, a boys'' lUmdo, tXvlakM of Owr
edadea Cuonrjr Board of Cduca.j : i iii I( and Mn. C. S. .... .t (* fill B. L kt waaMmrtav a c, eBw ..
|Ci itiiil ea rage nrsa) I I uq ....... .u. I They wia: mva NI L Idcrm1ScIrf. aaS kid, vpadoua !fiteea itrlaaiag pool aged a caretaker' ccOag. I Ia : 1I\I8RII new eddrPKY **-.

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dUty could handle SOO students! . ... t DcMolay 1 Branner., FryeI'Srnl '1 {){(f4 o DodioaQulrtcyTeL-- 11 a

and could! continue to provide ,) i tL"J..L" Exchange 0 > Phillips Frosty Mom 18 12 .667 STADICSSM
place foi the school to operate U:1 Wd 4hi>}fJU>J1l 1wPl1W'O, 43 JUNIOB UTTUC LEAGUE Bassett, FrjwSmWi 3 2 Mil\ ( JWM II)

tit the permanent buildings and sent < and OC Llnty, Fryer-Smffli IG. .600.Teams Won Lo.t
facilities were authorized and Order of the Eastern Star TOP TCf nit raze Chance. Frveistoilk 1. I .963 King Edward a

oomtructed. 1887 :::-:1: (Sea week aiding *SM II) Gray. King Edward 1. B M3 Frosty, Mora J 2 2Fiyer4nath
proval could be Quincy, Florida ....""' liar ab a 1\',. Welch, PtyeSmitk t B MtBORES. 3
permanent building plan and Gay J'rJer-Smltb IT U 7Bi Fryn9mxh U 8 :.M3 Quincy Telfphon Co. 0 qhH
funds which would be available II
m from the sale of Khoot bonds, RESOLUTION ON THE DEATHOF .
szIohnny which were approved in the (allot
t 1963 or some other general SISTER BESSIE LESTER
hinds a* would be available for I

this purpose. The school wouldcontinue : WHEREAS: God in hia providence has seen fit to takeout
in Its location
until the faU temporary at 1969 when It I of Ibis world the soul of our fraternal sister Bessie

would move Into III new building Lester, who had been a member of Washington Chapter

and would continue to grow a*I for many years.
authorized: by the legislature and I
by additional grants of capital THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That in her pawing

funds The operating fundi would'be our Chapter has lost a faithful loyal and true member

available a* provided by law 1 and her going has left a vacant place In our hearts.
both from general state funds
with funds d together BE IT RESOLVED: We shall miss her but our loss It il 11I YIsQ

the Gadftdcn County School Boar::rl heavens gain and we know she Is happy and without

which for the first four or pain or suffering there.
F yean would be I minimum figure.'
"Concerning the growth and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That a copy of this resolution

potential ol this new that Itl I be spread upon our minutes, a copy sent to her

w could Chamber and has would been be advised the largest i iI family and a copy sent to the Gadsden County Time. v

Brown, of Quincy U shown displaying a largo I junior college north of Ocala and I Respectfully submitted
below the dam in thOchloekon. could reasonably expect to have
catch of catfish which he caught e
) Leona Faircloth
an enrollment of some 2,000 stu
I .. River last Thursday afternoon./ Th.re were dents shortly after it moved Into I Bessie Shaw

43 catfish and one bream tin the string. He was fishing Its permanent buildings and (a1clUUei. I Kitty Fair A
with James Ledbetter. Timea Photo. You businessmen can
Imagine the terrific effect that ,
telephone at 827-8454: and they, 2,000 Indents would have on the
Blood Mobile will till out a card for you. economy of Qulnry and that It ...
Blond donors who wish may clip|I not all. This would necessitate ', I.TKE A DIAMOND IN THE SKY

(Os.tla. l trad fag Om the following form fill In and approximately 100 college pro.
I Building, and at various busmen mail It to the local office ot the, tensors and administrators who w .
and Industrial locations. Anyone American Red Cross. You will be. would add greatly to the community ON ALLCARTER
wishing to donate blood may also notified at a later date when to, by raising Its cultural and
call the Red Cross Office on the report for your donation. esthetic value as well u makinga \
contribution to the economy
through their salaries. lIpFh/ MARY Brand Paint
BLOOD DONOR PLEDGE "The Chamber earnestly solicits
and seeks the support of leaders
CADSDEN COUNTY CHAPTER of Leon County in listening with
the sympathetic ear to what we hit'Y EVERY 2nd GALLON
AMERICAN RED CROSS eel' Is a very reasonable position,
hat the proposed Junior college I
Name __ for the three counties should be
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located In Cadsden County and

Address the Chamber hopefully expects to E--- --j
receive a favorable reaction to
Tel No. this position."

Dote ... CORRIDORS .
Preferred Tim ,
I will donate blood to the sick and Injured through the i

American Red Cross Blood Program. I understand that .
B Frank J: H 'kel .
I will be notified of the date and.the hours of the Bloodmobile Thanks for a long fetter just I Into Bus air to gUsttas form olf-a40-to.part of sution's section newest of steel momnwnt.betig lifted Now ZOO..fact...*

visit. 'received not because It makes I roulrwtbi la 8t. Louts, fabulous. Gateway Arch will rise *Wftet
I -7 feet Utber this WaahfsgUm Monument When CMS*
but because
sense, it
SignattrstPinneyAntes gives something plated ext year, IU glramlgg sirfsee will .be visible for 10 mice.
to talk about.
Arch was ...tPlllClIe (tainlcss sad ether. types of modem toebay
1 The writer mentions by name Iste Km Ssariiem as endirlng tribute to floaters..ho.1IIIbe4
three reputable locality newipap- westward last tine ceatvrles. NO
ors, other than any In whk-h
Junior College these lines appear, and tells
how badly he thinks they each
are raw Their policies are all
(Continued from Psje Om) (Continued from Page One) wrong their editorial comment Is I IAFF-A.DAY

with its Advisory full of errors of fact and false, -
Shelter because their clothing Mon, together I
1934 Board, to make a Joint study conclusions their news coverage,
p \l Inadequate, and their median- I
-1834Ii). Theyhavetrca thing with the other counties In the ,
to area In which I have described. leal" makeup is "something aw
And as ot now the research Leon and WakuUa counties agreed I ful.
Criticism Is
no unusual thing
to nuke the necessary study con.
Showed the two biggest prom-
Coming their counties which and a letter of this kind could go .
lime are one in every six f.11oIItPi J
without attention but for
the act
would be filed with the State
has cans member mentally Board of Education tor their recommendation that Us author Is undoubtedly another
six cant ins
IU. And one in every that a Junior college of those self-appointed advisors
an alcohoUc. be established. whom all experienced newspaper T
I'd say today's problem Is gain
men so un-dearly love -
"The tact of the matter concerning
worse because everyone In
jet who knows
one nothing about the
the population of the senior
the alcoholic's family may join realities of production of a news
him It the mentally 111 problem class not being sufficiently
Hibllcatlon of any kind, but can
In Gadsden County would
from every sixth family keep lanre eU everybody on the location, and
selected to Indicate that neither t
jetting County nor' WakuUa County can the editor In particular, 1'Very'thinlllllfllUai

get a Junior college without the ation. to successful open
support ot Leon County, but that

[lli i I i Leon population County could with Its get senior,tt without class You block can't spot this old gander

the support ol Uadsden or WakuUa a away to prevent his initial
Joining In. Invasion of the sanctum,
catching you unawares on the
"It Is the desire ot the Gadsden typewriter somewhere In the offing
HACK LIZ OMEN County School Board and the Advisory ; and U you could there still
Committee together with Is a law against your' gunning
AT fie the people It large to convincethe down an approaching disturber ol
dawns and leaden of Leon the peace In the middle ot the
ntaMBat, County of the reasonableness of street But he's'worth a few -
I..$,n putting this community school laGadsden words about, U a long 1...... arc ?
County, la spite ot the slumbering tlortll > '2>t..
LIST OF ADRAIN fact that there are more peoplein sys D KIoe'_......... ho.tea,w' .100_.i :;> ..

MESSENGER Leon County than there are In tem.One ot the tint things the edi

IManbIc fc tM..MltdhaKlrfeDoofUi Cadsdm 0u111."CltIIenI will of a newly laumihed paper "You any com In and Visit your daughter, but the
In. Cadsden : J
County get tram this visiting Sir Oracle suitcases Uy outside.
have long appreciated having the is an under-the-table list of
ALSO copilot I rt the State of Florida In folks who, for reasons hinted or
Rid BHtrtHBI nearby Tallahassee." They have unlmplled, should be accorded no Alamo Georgia were guests ot spent a day and night hen and
n"1JaII recognised the value ot having undue public notice. Folltirally, Mr. and Mrs. N. r. Fain i Sr. torseveral continued to their home In At-
the two-four year colleges In TaT religiously, socially or otherwise days lt week. loot,.

....J... II lahaasee.' They have recognum they properly belong on the other Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klmberly Miss Marcella Peterson li vis-
the value of having the seat of side of the tracks, and are best and children Kim and Caroline lUng Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Berry a
THE MAN WHO stale government In Tallahassee Ignored and certainly not publicised. ot llawktnsviUe Georgia were In Albany I Ga.
SHOT LIBERTY and have appreciated the benefits "So have a care about the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. N. IV Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bryant of
that they have gained by hewing riends you make I'll keep you' 'sin Sr. last week.' Cairo wen guests of his brother
VALANCE the W. T. Edwards Tuberculosis Mrs.. U A. Bell and granddaughter and sister In law Mr. and Mrs.
tarring....WayaeLEAF Hospital. and Lively Vocational A prime need considered next Shirley of Tampa and Alvah Bryant Sunday.
School together with other In order by this uninvited dls Mrs. Frank Smith and granddaughter Dr. and Mrs. John Williams.\ OIL IASC ,
late facilities In nearby Leon penser' ot gratuitous suggestion Is Hallle ot Orlando en Jr. or Augusta, wen recent guests HOUSE PAINTSlUCUANINa '"'
County. For many years our a regularly\ \ scheduled well displayed routs to their homes tram Clayton ot her grandmother, Mrs Lee R. s
kttilatrv delegation has support column by-lined by a Ga. were guests of Mrs. L. L. Munroe'Mn. e CONTAINS THRU
ea Leon' County In the continue qualified citlaen like himself, to Willis and Mrs G. P. Wood, recently. e U TO CpyIIAGI NIMIII ORS QUARTS 2'0:224
growth of all of these faculties set forth forcefully and repeatedly Mark Munroe, Jr., daughter rr. o*
P6cw MAte USI1 when additional state funds were the great American principles Mrs. Duncan Smith, Mrs. Sam Qlea and 1 sister. Mrs. Cart. ft* SALLON
required. for which the lathers bled and Fletcher and daughters Unda Lu Rule spent the weekend in La...
There, M-.Jus* I5.M "During his discussion of how a died but which the young people and Mary Ellen spent me weekend 1 and with Mrs. Monroe's son hiHW
DARK: PURPOSE community college In Gadsden ot today unfortunately a lost In Atlanta Mary dim joI"'ll and daughter, Dr. and Mrs.
County might be expected to be and perdition-bound generation her aunt Miss Ethel Fletcher Robert Taylor and family. ALKYD
starting Shirley lawsat. scheduled, Senator Melton Indl think of only as outdated ideals there on s trip to New York to Mr. and Mrs. JT. E. Gilbert and FLAT SHINGLE PAINT 3
Cited that the Mtowbtg might bea preserved" in the history books attend the World's Fair. daughter Penny and Mary Leila
.. ii reasonable schedule that could !tar ads school: reading And Mrs. Ellen Savage has returned returned. Monday night tram S.- $6" HI FREE
DOIIBLI reATUWB be expected to be followed. Upon then to Miami after visiting her brother: )|wuwh when they spent the !6
    the tiling ot the report by the "Who writes your editorials .. In law and sister, Mr. and Mrs weekend with relatives
    GUNS OF THETIMBERLAND I three counties and receiving the Out = yourself? 1 beg pardon i EI buTt Sowrll week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Butler
    I recommendation of the State I was Just thinking perhaps Mr. and I'I.'j.IA. Cooley had and daughter Dorothy Mrs. Minnie VARNISH
    Board d Education, the IU6 well, they're not so bad: u recent guests their ion to law' Edwards and &l'l1IEd TRIM & DECK
    Starring AlaaUdd. Legislature could act on the noommondatioa at that. But it you need I band and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John wards returned Sunday tram visit- 2nd 2IId
    AIM of the State Board at' any time, be sure and kt mi. Y Yrlvrrtoa and son John ot Hunts- tag In Atlanta, Ga, Gnfllnburg $698 FREE $ 98 : IIRH
    KING KONG VS. I ot Uation Education and provide author-. "w.'And. ville'. Ala. : and Kashvffle, Tenn. While in GAL **AND W, .
    and money gar the hiring remember this. Edlton Mrs. W. V. Ptunkett and children Atlanta they wen guests ot Mb
    GODZILLASUNDAY of a pmkktit of the new scrod continually glues over the tact that ot Jacksonville spent the Katie lyre and Joyce Edwards.Mr. .
    who could SH the curriculum; the this/ nation Is BOW bract by countless week her parents, Mr and Mrs. Otto Joyner. Jranj .
    I .kocUcri of the site for the new evils that should be opposed l and Mrs. Hers Crady. son left yesterday lor a week's
    .... ......Jess U,I5 school and
    even the hiring of a by every means. Tbt preachers,, Mr. and Mrs. At HaD. who vacation In the Smoky Mountains. _
    IN planning architect' By, the talot too they soft-pedal all kinds d. have been living la AtlasM spent' Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin
    NEW YORK: 1DM the sew Junior collegeoeuW things boldy.and speaking: a week ben with her parents Mr. and family ot Ltesburg arrived PAN I MARY CARTER f TUfFIE FLOOR
    expect to open to temporary out about Its up to and Mrs. Douglas Owens belon yrctmiay' far a shod visit with >
    farrta*allot.Bnhnrteee, quarters. the pre. I to say to its resxfen I going to Fmeaoola where be Istattonrd his parents Mr. and )In. Van ROLLER SETSMClAl PAINT L WAX "
    Jere ..... .- what the clergy fall to to SOCIAL
    whu ? = County wportwe lay at the Naval Air Station Godwin. They will all go to Coamtbta. -
    .< t have fa. their a1I1J\'t'p Uooa. The bit: a* an Instructor. 1 C to attend the wed- THINNER 39.
    'T lee., "..... I.s. ia Jutyl elUties to open the school 01I. church like big labor big business : Mrs. Pat Mown awl Jd.... dine oC Miss Dune Godwin. Re*.
    {emporery basis at Mt. big government and all ofSee Genus W. shame have returned lilt
    THE THIN Pleasant Itlgh School :-hIdI Is that well, you know I from a visit with Mr. and Mrs.Wilfred .
    RED LINE eot at pmrnt being tawd and lyoa next week. Meanwhile-." Cbbey and family at Vntvenlty RECREATIONHEWS
    which la available Joe Exit another KlacamaiioB tIII I Md.
    we at mtav Park Mrs. George
    /Lrrirog resin Dtdlea bourn expense, This existing fa. one of the heckling caterel Ion el I Munrae also witted In Cape Cod I
    Job" who nmarkMi to ttwm mpsstrttdra : and 'Yonkers while away.
    to the land ,
    day ol. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 9ieJfcr ot
    Us "Mo doubt but S't are BMpeople
    MERRILL'SJust std" all wisdom wl I: of Jacksonville ate brother were la law yeast and guests sinter, 4 Dues l-. This Coupon Entities Name mmiu,
    die with !
    I you Mr aad Un. Lurk May. COOS UTTUt L&AGlEsane
    Mrs. Everett Morrow and eN Hdm -i ( IS-lt Mdrels .N..N.NNN..NN.M.N ....N...
    KaUwrkw, Barbara An endEWnt1. "
    1'Ie tIrI
    Jr. MIl her mother. Mrs. (fere Vast ssrfbsf *s e II) To Any or An of thet* SPECIALSMARY
    Arrived! "JOna Dbert Un-. are SMBttm Site nays. true a* k ....
    w.s> to Washing** D. C Bathertne : hoar JCa W I' JWJ
    Joined a gnaa et. suriftyIbwods Cbaadkr. leads Jl IT JllAqtieae.
    Mrs. J. U. gran*. Bine for a tote ss fee DtMolay M II ..300Byrd.
    200 Mid-Summer Dresses daughter lose sad Mar* s Tarr ss New ''led.t JCs M !' '.. CARTER
    bam M e noised tarn a WIll t Mr. and Mrs. M. a Walker Edmuda. Pity U la. 4oe PAINT STORE
    vessdvM It MaetgaasyMr. ami I have noised from a trip te Atlanta. Sims*. Lire II t MlBass.
    ( eaw Rotary IT 10 .ne
    Nellie Dons & SerbinsAll I and Mrs. Mess Br1MIf,I Mrs. Edgar: Bacwtt barn re- EdMida, KHSMSI u. JM 100 North Adams Street
    sprat the as.itit BrttrprM tuned tram a nttt II SL sT\4f os y. UOM u s J 4Nnnnan.
    Ala witk deer tow and I bur| with relativesMw wochfi Mwsflls I* 14 JttTMM
    Styles daughter. ..... and Mrs. GonfcxBoylt I" law and ..,. Mr. and Mrs. >UItttre Phone MAin ,.-.,
    and two tans II. M.1nval el Albtfon. Va, west ..... IM II)
    I i Mrs. U C nrmtaf and dM hler are spradbic a few days wad beep IWw V.. LsdKiMiii QUINCY. FLORIDAGADSDDf
    Bate of Albany spent UwetkstKl Mrs Itaad II* Thrower Is vW .e e
    ; Misses. Jr- Petites and Vi Size I as guess ad her mother, Ing Nlatives here. Me --. tu Jaycees 4 ,ata. rata
    Mrs. Henry FauI1I.J route tram a vacation at Indian Uons 4
    J! Mr. and Mrs. U U. Pope III I Rocks Mr. Thrown and tamUj rRotary ei.e.

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    ST, PAUL'S SCHOOL IN QUINCY not now, later I said NOT

    J Washington Chapter No. 43 If The National Outlook NOW. Peel quart of peaches -
    mas'i pour custard into let
    For Retarded Gadsden Children Order of the Eastern Star cream thing Don't let me dog
    I By katie Hagrdont'NBMPl.OTMsNT In the house) Add I II I of evaporated
    remaining decades since 1870 unemployment
    : milk. If you let those -am
    5 Mentally! retarded children \ QuIncy Florida I has averaged either
    are ac IN rEKSPECTIVB In the house Just one more time -
    born to the rich and the 4 percent (In two decades or B
    poor n r I The ability ot economic add peaches. Add more milk It
    any percent (tin four decades In
    the educated and the no
    uneducated \ tuff doesn't come up to line.
    RESOLUTION ON THE DEATH system to keep Its manpower ten-year period since 1910 has U
    to all races and religions. They i bV Hurry It's boiling over on the
    busy at ulll'fuIM li
    have been born to families in I certainly averaged below 8 percent. I .ttll... Taste for sweetness. Oh -
    I which there hu been no trace ot OF BROTHER C. D. JOHNSON I an welfare Important and determinant The ot its In the t 9110'. so far the unemployment don't forget to put the dasher In.
    progress. unemployment -
    I \ rate has .
    menial retardation on either par averaged I foffnt the last time.
    ent's aid of the family for three Another link In the Golden Chain of Washington Chapter not rate a complete la one measure one, o( the although monthly somewhat figure higher has, but the down latest i P. S The Ice cream turned

    I generations back. Families whorecgrdre No. 43. Order of the Eastern Star, Quincy Florida, effectiveness ot the American 11 percent very come clone to the to out delicious strangely enough.

    their and surround retarded him child'slimitations with wa broken when on May 17. 1964 Brother Clarence economy In that respect itstorloal norm Heard a boy trlllng another

    love, security, kindness and understanding d Durwood Johnson wa summoned from our midst by Unemployment U much In the llttrull Tank boy that" he had a "good set ot

    and help him attain .a our heavenly Father, to his eternal home. He had com be newt helpful at this to put time the, and subject It$ ma In) All\ this suggests that attemptsto had threads a sharp Translation looking suit- the boy
    the limits of his mental development hi faithful labor here In keep the unemployment rate
    to the '
    pleted ministering
    cry ante perspective by looking at Bernard
    dark's In the
    have been endowed with permanently a. low as 3 or 4 percent tour
    of Cod's greatest gifts noble one of the orphan to the call of want and to the piteous the historical record. Over the advocated In some cpartees Went sounds I'PIllntl'l'PItinl. Wish
    character. wail of sorrow, and a* recompense has received the tang pull, has there been any perrelvable as a national goat will be Mrs. Morgan Stickney\ would
    welcome "well done" by the Great Matter I tendency for the unemployment extremely difficult. The danger write an from India Before she
    families In Gadsden plaudit ,:
    Many rate to Increase, or to is that two kinds of devices might left she was showing us on the
    County have experienced the and decrease Obviously we shouts office the
    /he used In such an attemptmassive map different stops
    frustrations which accompany not expect unemployment breach they make
    government Intervention before they
    trying to provide a satisfyini WHEREAS: the loving Father ha called our beloved era, "but don history give or I.Vlltrl1latlcInnAtion.. Either tJrd'UUlt1.t destination.: It
    borne life for a mentally retarded r e and respected brother to the Grand Chapter on High i ui an Inkling u to a figure which method would be like chopping sounded moot exciting.
    child. Five of these families, and he having been a true and faithful member, we could be taken u a the tree down to get the last bit Someone dragged In Monday
    realizing the need for help, met goal for national I'l'uonablt'I d fruit at the top. morning a-1 said he didn't have
    hall miss him and hi devotion to beautiful order. :
    In April, 1863, at the home of our I
    Som. of the students of St Paul'sSchool for Retarded Historical) Professor Lebergott' hook U "tired blood" Just "tired Moo
    one to discuss ways of solving Children at Play. (Picture Courtesy Bell and Bate Hardware THEREFORE be It resolved that we extend to his devoted In a recently published bookProfcMnr entitled Manpower In Economic day,"
    some of the retarded child'sproblems. ) family sincere .sympathy and pray the tender Stanley Lehergott of Growth and I II published hy Mc And (hen there was the little
    From this nucleus Company Quincy compassion of a kind and loving Heavenly Father will I Wealeyan University, has clown, Graw-Hill. He (s, of course, not boy whim ordered a Romicfortcheeseburger
    came in the following July, an ut the basis for such a historical responsible for the comments at the Jefferson
    organization which Is called The and the Insurance. Crouch's Rex- steering committee. comfort, sustain and strengthen their faith. survey lie: hiss estimated the 1 1I nude In this column. l lninrRenixinilhlllly

    Gadsden County Association for all Drugs Quincy, and George, Although St. Paul's li not associated percentage of the labor force unemployed Who's the re.nonmble .
    RESOLVED that of this resolution
    Retarded Children. Havana, school with the BE IT FURTHER : a copy I I
    Mc wen, public school In the form ot decade person hero asked the
    Many people are responsible supplies a* needed. E.vT. darkand system of the county the Superintendent be sent to the bereaved family, a copy be spread averages going back to 1800 customer If you' mean the person
    for the astounding growth of this Higdon Grocery Company, of Public Instruction for upon the record of the chapter, and a copy sent to ,While his figures, especially for that always gets the blame
    group: the Rev Thomas Kelsey, Quincy, provided dally refreshments Cadsden County M. D. Walker the local for publication. the early years, are admittedly answered the office girl you are
    Former minister of Forest Hills for the children. Tuition Edwin Settler Quincy Elementary paper ''I crude they are a safer guide than AROUND speaking to her now,
    Methodist Church, Qulncy was grants and undesignated contributions School Principal and Jack Loved and respected wherever be went mere literary description Sometimes I think there are
    one of tne tint to help, offeringhis were received from individuals Hyatt, Havana High School Principal and I the decades between 1800 The secret pamnge-ways downstairs In
    personal assistance and one civic organizations and gave the organizing group Happy smiling always content. land 1840 Professor Lebergotl lie Gsirmnia. I'll walk down
    of the church classrooms u a church groups among which were Invaluable assistance and ad To a wonderful We came a peaceful end finds that unemployment averaged SQUARE the pros Into the "building, and
    temporary meeting place; Tracy The Quincy Exchange Dub and vice. To them and to all who And we not only called him Brother between 1 and 1 percent of Mop at the water fountain. Don't
    Riddle worked out the Association St. Paul's Episcopal lurch The have given their support The But we also called him friend. the labor tore. This l U suhatan- B >!ut e see a snul In the hall. Suddenly
    '! charter and continues to offering taken at the Community Gad dt'l\ County Association for Ually lower than recent rate, someone win; tap the should
    give legal service when needed; TiantagMng: Service in Quincy Retarded Children Is deeply grate Clarence Foster hut that Is hardly surprising since er, say "hey mean disappear
    speakers during the beginning was designated for the Associa- ful. Ralph A. Bush .the labor force of that time con- around the comer When I walk
    month Include Dr. Julian Davis lion by the Quincy Ministerial Officers for the Association are: 'silted mainly of Independentfarmers around the comer no one Is there.
    chief psychologist at Florida Association. In the fall also, the President, Taylor F. Grantham, Leona Falrcloth and slaves Last week we derided to make In the' County Commissioners S
    Stats Hospital Chattnhoocbee Association was Included in the Quincy; Vice President W. C For the three decades between leach Ice cream but we didn't mom as I sit there taking notes,
    Harry Mitchell, one of the organizers 1863-64 United Fund of Qulncy Pearce Quincy; Secretary, Mrs.tlolse - -- -- -- -- IUD and 1170, unemployment I. have a recipe Well called I upneighborrelative people mill walk past In the hallway .
    of The Candle of Hope Inc. Now, business firms are Hanna Qulncy; Treasurer, Is estimated at between 1 and 6 a \ and this Is the amt they dldn cane In front
    of If 1.000 warranted adjusts the premium
    School for retarded children, Tallahassee sponsoring the picture accompanying Mill Margie Thomas, Qulncy. ly 100 yean age. percent. This look more like the recipe word for word. xiislde either. 11'1'1')' weird at
    Mrs. Nevins Smith, Coordinator this series of articles I The officers and members of to be paid to the family of each (for new policies) as any change figure for more recent times and Beat 8eggs In a big put. Mix times. And that rlrrular stair
    numberof 1 Indicated from nf the three
    then *
    of Special Education for the space for which 1 II provided the Gadsden County Association one dying a given any reflects the gradual shift toward two and a mill rope of sugar and case that goes from the basement
    dollars will have to be collected \ baste elements mortality experience
    Cadtdcn the Rev. John Havana Herald The Chat- of nf flour Into floor up to Edwin llmir's office la
    County, by The for Retarded Children pledge to familiesthe and an economy wage earners. hree-quarter cups
    Bywatcr, Rector of St Paul' tahoochee Mew and The Gadsden the citizens of Gftdsden County a from all of the and 100,000 all the remainIng Investment operating return. expenses I The period since WO Includes eggs gradually add one-half right Kit of a detective novel.
    Episcopal Church, Qulncy, andMr County Time continuation of their effort to first year three decades nf severe depression. allin of milk. Just a minute Well hyihttye for tlds week.
    *. W. D. Doss Quinc). I This Interest and encouragement provide and Improve the families each year after mat, The premium so estimated Isguaranteed In the 1870't and the 1890'sunemployment muwne'l at the back door. Stir Dane back In see me.
    With no funds in Its treasurythe from all areas of the county for a better life for opportunities the m collect I the funds for payment. for life. It can go no averaged 10 per and pnur. J. ., I told you to go
    Association launched in July made it possible for St Paul county's trainable retarded children Rut to undertake such a payment. higher. In the"cane of a "partic cent. In the: IMO'i It averaged a on oulnlde. Conk high and men Advertising la the servant ot
    rhool to be organized and to plan Involves certain expenses.On ipating pol"')'. one which pay whopping 18 percent 1W.Stlr until thickens. K- ,' hose who know how to use It.
    and with the _
    on faith, to achieve one of IPUrpolle' active support the other hand, to reduce' the dividends or premium refunds the __ ___ ,- ,
    Its first term in September, But leaving these three crisis
    of all who
    to open the doors of are concerned the ,
    amount necessary to collect premium Is set a little higher
    a day school for the trainable 1863. about this p. mentally retarded children ot An advisory committee composed vide come of the many special and the Interest earnings used to he refunded annually In the dividend rate has shown a remarkable stv
    Gadsden County Help again, ot Mrs. A. L. Miller and services which are needed by the help defray rests Furthermore, and It gives an additional! hlllty when year-to-year' flucnia
    cam Immediately St. Paul's Irs. Warren Lester, Havana and retardates and their families. lions are averaged out over tenyear CARS
    In order that the annual cost will safety margin. In the ram of a
    offered Mrs. Nevtns Smith and Mrs. W. D. The third article In this series perlnli, and rounded off In
    Episcopal Church Qulncy
    not go up year as group "non participating policy" the USED PARTS for all makt
    the nearest In the six
    the of its former kindergarten Doss Quincy, was set to guide will discuss and percent.
    use up past current general gets older and a larger percentage premium Is somewhat less at
    facilities! for the operationof the school faculty In planning : attitudes and practices pursued dies each year, a plan for start and remains unchanged for of Can and Trucks
    the school at no cost to the program for each student. 1 sa In dealing with the mentally leveling off the annual paymentwas stand your premium rate, a little 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
    Association outside the utility fee group; continues to function retarded. devised. Somewhat more Is life.That Is better.
    a three-paragraph
    summary No this Is not It
    the pure guess. JUNKED
    charged In early than
    year a one-year course on
    Anyway, Mitch Drew and Mays Is needed and the balance put Into how life Insurance operates, but Is one at'luar1alltpnre of the great demonstrationsof PI'IM'Ifur' 1422 W. Wffrion MAin 7.7115

    Massey won low net and Margaret : a reserve which 1s drawn on In perhaps It will help you' under two centuries.TIMHER. .

    Bits And and I won a couple of golf 1JL.. ,. c / the later ynce.In I ,
    balls each for some position In practice the life Insurancecompanies
    the low gross bracket. It was a UM a "mortality
    Pieces table," which II merely the sum KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc.
    lot of fun anyway and I'll be looking ,
    forward to another session 'nMtranct total experience of many companies
    BY HUTCH before too long. over a number of years, showIng L.t Us Help You Harr.it Your Timber Wisely CHARLES KINARD Owner
    Question: How doe a life insurance how many of a given starting Remodellnq e Addition
    group ot normally healthy persons Contact Us Beior You Still
    Roma Horton got one birdie out company figure Its
    I was lorry to hear that my at the Sawano dub last Saturday rates la it done by premium pure will the basis die each year. With this as WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICESI I NEW CONSTRUCTION
    for measuring the funds
    old buddy Booney Cox, la In the much guess workT a a Porches
    but he also got something Garages Carports
    to meet the
    Tallahassee, Memorial Hospital bigger. A long approach slot to Answer It ls known Florida Forest Products Inc.
    where he underwent an emergency by statistical year, the premium needed Rooftnq Siding a Cabined
    No. 7 Bob Smith tabulations
    green that a certain each year Is figured after determining
    operation! last week. road Hope the napping It hit him right In the percentage of every 100,000 per actual operating expenses Call Tom Pcrulk Quincy 856-5494 Florida Rooms Enclosure
    old li well the to recovery
    boy on stomach, but u luck would have awns of a given age will probably and probable Investment call writ "No lob Too Large or Too Small"
    by this time. Had missed or or
    it the double thickness of his belt die each year until the entire earnings on the aonimulatlng
    seeing him out on the golf course: at that point kept him from being 100,000 have died the last person' funds. The company checks Its P. O. Box 305 Tallahawoo Fla.. Ph. 223-0669 Havana Highway Phon. 627-8495
    the past week or so. I hurt pretty bad. Roma's ball having then attained approximate.r : experience every year and. when
    ricocheted Into the edge of the .-
    Went fishing down on the Ochlockone -' pond. Just to show that there
    River Saturday wa a was no ban feelings and UM
    week ago Had real good luck he wasn't done In, Bob retrievedthe
    but the yellow file really had a ball for Roma. By the way,
    picnic. Of course I had a bottle It wasn't Roma's fault that Bob
    ot insect repellant but It seemedto got hit Bob In the wring
    attract those biting pest* place. and I was too, but 1 was
    Then this pact week I got a little luckier than he was.) I
    sample package of a new repellant

    called "Barrier" that Is Impregnated Buster Belli and my nephew, ANNOUNCEMENTDURING
    In a little cloth pad. Denny Hutchlnson, gut caught
    ou just rub it on arms, neck and about ten miles off base last bat-
    clothing being careful to keep it urda). They were fishing out oi
    out of the eyes and away from Hammond's Landing an Kennedy
    plastic rims of glasses. So I was Creek and had gone several mile
    anxious to try it out when I went down the creek to the Apalachicola -
    tills put Saturday. Stayed downon River and then several miles
    the river all day and never up that stream when Buster felta THE SUMMER MONTHS
    saw a yellow fly, gnat or mosquito! vibration In his 10 none motor.
    to I didn't even open the pack lie raised the foot to see what was
    age. Maybe It Is so good you wrong. The dad blamed propellorfeU
    don't have to open Ut If that off at that point, leaving
    stuff will keep those awful flies them two sturdy paddle with
    away It will be a godsend to fishermen which to get back to camp. They
    In these parts. finally caught a tow from another QUINCY LUMBER CO.
    fisherman and coasted In the

    Some of the ladles who playedin last two or three mile Buster
    the Scotch foursome tourney said old "Big Cux" was hot but
    at the Sawano dub a couple of he could really pull a mean oar

    week ago after me for not pub anyway.
    llihlng the winner Since mypardner -
    (Margaret Markham) and Sine starting this column I WILL BE OPEN
    I didn't win. 1 guess I lost Interest learned that Carl "Gator !1ra"
    No that wasn't the I'l'U Bob Wind forgot to give me the Certainly bops that it iant anything
    list and I forgot to_ask_for It too serious and that he
    will be bark at his old stand atFryerSmith


    SERVICEVACUUM Stopped by County Commissioner -
    (or Mayor) Murray Spooler s
    arm at Greensboro on my way
    back from fishing last Saturday
    and got myself a met of roastIngean. -
    They were cajctycd a lot BEGINNING JUNE 27 1964
    and many thanks Mr. Mayor.j ; ,
    I I I
    j After writing the above para
    ttuught I'd call M quits
    and go bone since life about
    10. but when 1 got to fee boot I
    found that U was raining 100/0 DISCOUNTWILL
    CLEANED call and dog*. Cues I will ju* l
    REPAIRED wait a while, especially once "'I,
    need the rain so badly. Hop all
    the farmer la the county get!!
    I 627-8403 I some ot it, minus all the wind I
    that Wowing outside at toe present

    Night I27486S miane t. I BE GIVEN ON ,ALL CASH PURCHASESON

    ,l Had a postal card Wednesday
    QUINCYVAULT morning from Iris Scadrat He 1
    was to New York and attending
    CO. the World I Fair today a* I write I

    VAULTS MONUMENTS mis.leave tat He fail Mated Wednesday thai be would tfghtlHe I SATURDAYS BETWEEN 1:00: P.M. AND 5:00: P.M.

    I* acompantod by ate lister
    MAINLINE DRIVE and they win spend track

    QUINCY s,tocsin Europe" by,auto. ----I i NO DELIVERIES WILL BE MADE AFTER 12:00 ON SATURDAYS










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    and continuing had.Some insist that If Washington "AH thing therefore whatso.eve .
    i can afford to give a halt billion >'0 wouM. that ntee should
    Published each Tnurida it It 8. Uadtsco Strei "Do,-. dollar In military and economic By Marjnrle B. Gregory.Borae !to mlo you eM M de y* aloe
    A Jnttn H Terry N.w.vap.rESTABILSHED .
    IMIQulncy A Aw ecro. waowroraarr .case aid surely U. S. troop could be > DnmmntniHa) Agent inle them."

    florid 11I a ......- better equipped and protected. lead hi a aerie 1. Who Is the author of this
    A -- This situation has prevailed In read Fads **d Fallacies. ) lying?
    e..e .... _e. Pmd a Outtor nan* I (df.t of observanceof
    ) WARS THAT CANT BE *0\ part because our ALUMINUM POISONING 2. By what name Is it known*
    On. Year. $3,00 Two Year 510 811 Months 11.71 \ uf The Ute General Douglas Msc the Geneva agreements of Then has been a great furor 3. Of what discourse 1* It a
    'eg 1954. although they 'have been
    J. 1* Hutchlnoi Nulr 1t. AGIl)01 } r Arthur, in speeches and testimonyafter violated the Communists about aluminum poisoning from part
    Dot Carmaa ..,_ A4..1 f1 sad New. 1 Al1tv' 0(S w he was relieved from his regularly since 1857 by Aware ol the use of aluminum cooking 4. Where may It be found? ir
    { command in the Korean conflict, -
    that, President Kennedy Increased ulenslli. Thin date back to the ,
    Ashen ( Blbt ten
    0 revealed his amazement thaI. awUlancc to the South Vietnamem' agitation about the alleged harm-, o t
    owa,4 1. Jems.
    ? American live should be *o freely
    fulnea at alum
    in response to their request in taking powders 2. The Golden Rule. I
    I stalemate thaI
    spent on wan
    A AT/ONAI/ EDITORIAL seemed to have no foreseeable. 1981. In the early year oj the present 3. The Sermon on the Mount r
    outcome Wide' dissemination has The Political Angle' century. 4. Ma .hew 1: 12. e
    isu c: IA S C TI N'S'ON bern given to recent statement I Politically, u far as Wsshlng- Although vast numbers of experlnvntil -- t
    of U S, military otdccrs in South ton Is concerned.the conflict II obnervationi havebeen read, without thinking, n ITo .-
    () 0 ,., Vietnam voicing similar feelings not our war Neverthelens there made, no evidence ha been not to become Informed.
    .N1 v The Congress has Increasingly Is no denying It h somebody's"itot" brought to show that there to It
    se sa heard complaint that underscore war. American casualties, I any harm In either alum baking I (
    WNE the frustration of the Amer. at the rate for the Brat quarter of powders or aluminum cooking
    1Ndr lean people in supporting and IBM could reach 1,000 for the uleniU ELECTRICALSERVICE rC r
    Black Wednesday ro fighting so-called "limited" wars )'fAl'. These casualties are causing -I The aluminum that I* taken Into I
    that arc never really adequatelyexplained American much concern, especially the body .* converted into Insoluble
    "June 10 i* certain to be recorded In history a. 'Blacl! in term of our foreign when U. S. force are' I compounds which an eliminated .
    Wednesday/ writ.* Washington Correspondent McLel! policy or national pUrpo t. ,only "advisors" In a war that without being absorbed and
    Vietnamese are supposed to be without doing harm that
    As this Is written, any anyone
    newp per
    Ian Smith editorially In DELAWARE STATE NEWS front pages are two-thirds tilled i flehtlng The extent to which po. has ever been able to demo Anything from wtrtog

    of Dover, D.L with news of the conflict in South.:ilirat[ expediency ha. hindered onstrate. a house to replacing
    "For it wa on that date the august United States Sen I east Axia The public feeling, of military that operations there Is an
    which Billy Graham "get In or area Congress is beginning FREED AfTER II 1EAR4 a light bulb
    of clolure limit debate the so-call rrsa 10
    invocation to
    ate, by on let[ out" statement il a sample, explore. New York Fifty-nine yearn
    .e! Civil Right bill, took a long itrlde toward the polic. has been stirred deeply in recent What Washington most needs is ago, Benjamin Brenner, then 30,
    tale, carving out large chunk of our individual rights 6 weeks with alt sort of revelation a retreat from the politically negative wi convicted of Healing a horse Ike Shepardat
    about this war. It is not Inconceivable philosophy that has made and buggy. He was sent to s
    end liberties, with Washington bweaucrats..upport.d by that by now a decision nest regular losses to Communism mental institution instead of a
    the Department of Justice, regulating much o( our private will have been made or even action possible The losses of China prison Undergoing a recent mental -
    live. taken that will affect the ten- at e free nation the bloody Korean examination, doctor found he
    lion one way or another. But the conflict and partitioning, and now wa* longer SHELFERBLITCHFURNITURE
    no a menace to society.
    "When the measure finally become law, continue process, which drain wealth from Industrious and properou *- American people have been slow he Imminent loss of fragments of Judge Miles McDonald CO.
    Mr. Smith, "thousand of US Marshall plus other thousand people and bestows It upon the emerging and 10 react about this far away eon French Indd China to Ho Chi dismissed the old conviction and
    will be needed to enforce its less In flirt For the mo t part, they Minh and his hoes Mao Tse-tung, set Brenner free. MAIn MS43
    provision !
    of troops prosperous. effect, it I I. global ocialism. have not understood the background ill have been arrived at by pollt- Res. 151-5432: I
    that are obnoxious to a vast majority of our citizen. We And besides, there* $6.2 billion in the pipeline, and have not had the Ical mistake largely right here In Never argue with friend over I Warehouse h. MAin 74IOO
    land firmly behind the principle that all citizen ore unspent! Why appropriate more? acts.. the U. S. Our people have been a nnneiwentlal :

    entitled to the full and unhindered enjoyment of their The Nature of the War poorly L.khkI: betrayal the way to tramClang the 1- ------- ---- --

    constitutional right, but we rebel at the proposition that Only lately bal it been brought Diem asMssinstlonf If we csn-I
    entitled under out clearly enough in public in- not be anti-Communist In Wainngton -: t
    some citizen are preferential treatment formation media that this U aslrnggl. as well u everywhere else
    the law, with MORE right than other. not between Vietnamese In the world, there is surely no i 'Aas
    "It U our lOUd conviction that If the people of all 50 CALENDAR OF EVENTSA notions but between the Red use slaying on in Southeast Ail, I
    Chinese and the rest of the tree
    State had been given the opportunity to express their world. Southeast Asia Is a rich
    view In a national referendum, they would have turned Community Service ly the : >rlze, a gate for further penetration LOVES late BAT \
    Pueblo, Colo. Mont cowboyi
    Into the rich Island countries
    thumb down on the legislative monstrosity that 1* mistakenly cherish I
    their boots
    Cadsdea Mao want to open this to ID-gallon
    Chamber of Commerce
    County 827-85IS
    called a Civil Right bill which In fact will I hungry Chinese Communism and hats, but year-old Jack W
    prove to be an "Evil Right measure. This misnamed control I It all, u the Soviet Union I:is carrying it a little too r'i'
    Calendar U based OB Information reported by club ha done In Eastern Europe i laving been a patient at Park i
    force legislation; protect no civil light not already protected parently Runrta i* not opposed AP-I view Episcopal llodptlal for 8
    by law but Instead create extraordinary right secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding this expansion. But Mao weeks Ware agreed to remove

    for tome, at the same time extending Federal control over publication u. S. power and prestige Handingquarely ill boots at night, but refuses to
    i In his way to conquest.Whether take off his 10-gallon hat He I In-
    the liberties and property of everyone., the war could be; lists l he'* "naked" without It. I
    "Beside making private property meaningless and Thursday June 25Canning Center 8.5; Florida State changed in character by any ac

    installing the F.deralqov.mment a* the senior partner In Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St. I ton of our own Is of course a
    problem now being
    practically every business In the nation this new law Friday, June 26- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon led. As It In, the whole deeply peninsula stud- READY MIX
    will confer such vast the) Attorney General is considered e front for
    power upon Family Group 8 p,m., St. Paul's Parrlsh House; Can expansion J
    that he could tell people how to run their affair and Jail i of Communism, Peking
    ning Center, 85; Pilot Club 7 p.m., Jefferson House; arlety. The Chinese Redi seeempire CONCRETECONCRETE
    them if they do not comply. Air Force Recruiter 9 12, Post Office. and food.SUppMttnx .
    "When we deal with Individual \liberty and property an Krtnonj= AFTER 9 ?

    right, there 1* no area for compromise nor for force legislation Monday, June 29- Klwani Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; whether The war In Southeast AMa, *
    it '
    spreads or not. i* likely Cia AHEAD
    ; ergo, Wednesday, Jun. 10, in our calendar wa Canning Center 8.5; Social Security Pep., 9:30: a,m., I to remain one of those that SSSSXSSSSSSSl!

    :Black, Wednesday, and time will prove u* correct" Courtroom Courthouse. liMO be won ai long u the NOTHING
    And at the risk of what should be a highly ground; rules in force at present FOR SO LITTLE MONEY
    superfluous Tuesday, June 30- Canning Center, 8.5; Rotary Club are observed. Only South Vietnam .
    postscript we are tempted to add: Don't say we 1 p,m., Jefferson House. It seems, I* content to maintain BLOCK I Call/ often Keep In touch.
    didn't the status quo. And only the Vatt./
    warn you U. 8. Is WtIt.*tl4/ioll *"!,,.*.? in U.$. afttr
    I having to pay $2 million 9
    Recruiter 10.30 Post .
    Wednesday, July 1Navy am., for 00 or tau ytw Jed zeiH
    ,per day the privilege d advising ton
    No Me-Too MainstreamGovernor Office; Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning the anti-Communist participant *
    Center, 8 5; Joyce, 12 noon, KlttrelT Res. This money makes possible I
    Nelson Rockefeller In the first burst ol taurant. some token resistance from the Concrete
    South Vietnamese, but without It Products
    political generosity of his career, ha oiUred his support that poverty-stricken nation would CompanyAllen

    to Pennsylvania' off-again, on-again, gone agaia Coy Award, though It hal been awarded .son collapse economically and Boucle end I _

    ernor Scranton In his apparently propelled Stop Goldwater YOUTH ASKS both yean since its creation militarily. The war-heated econ John Thomson Quincy Telephone (0.s.6 .
    omy kept going with American
    to Juvenile court counselors, la
    movement, For' faith and e CkaUne .. dollars, is something the South MAta MOMSave I : //t1
    Good Example and Good Ex- by no means limited to this croup Vietnamese.do-JM4.want. to
    While Govenor Rockefeller did not go *o far a* to Rive
    [sown Umttt It be given to in I
    pl'D.Uone may anyone any
    offer his delegate, too he did offer some advice to the and ConiltUncy Aad capacity who 1* employed In the ,
    GOP. "The hour I I. late," he laid Informatively and added Te B* Htard service of children and who it Is

    "but if all leader In the moderate mainstream ol I, Dorothy B. Alexander. felt by the Association has done

    the Republican Party will unite upon a platform and upon Publication Florida Dlvitloa Specialist.ol moat for the benefit of children In STARTS TODAY..AT YOUR FORD
    Governor Scranton a* the candidate, the moderate cause Child Training Schools the year preceding the Award DEALER'SSummertime
    still be won.H dale :
    can The second Walter Scott Cris- Judge Criiwell, who died two
    It should perhaps, be explained that "moderate" 1* well Award presented each year years ago at his home in Jacksonville .
    the that the liberal "middle-of- was formerly Judge of
    ) new designation and/or b y the Juvenile Court Admin! the Juvenile Court of Duval
    tthe-road" contingent of Republicanism have decided on raturt Association to the person County and was the Dean of is saving

    a* more appealing to the party m.mb.r.hlp-at-Iarq. deemed moot helpful during the Florida' Juvenile Court Judges SUMMER
    which 1* beginning to rally to the hope of leadership that year to children and youth In He was beloved throughout Florida time at your Ford Dealers!
    and the Nation. His
    lorldi, wa awarded this year to work his in-
    I* more concerned with the revitalization of the United Jack Blanton, Chief Counselor, iplrtng philosophy of life and the
    State than with Its "image" In the UN, or Moscow, or Juvenile and Dometllo Relation way in which he lived what he Our sales
    anywhere else. Court of Dade County Alton Murray i believed, and his riceleia contributions art sizzling at art ail!-time high-
    Chief Counselor, Palm Beach to the cause of waywardand end we're keeping the pot boiling' with big
    As for this "mainstream" business, the trickle that County Juvenile Court and last' neglected children will be savings on every Ford, Fairlane, and Falcon
    have been diverted by the Meisri Romney and Scranton ear"s recipient at the Award the commemorated in 'perpetuity by in stock! )
    and Nixon and Stassen (are there some we've overlooked Intl., made the presentation al this group who benetltted, perhaps
    a him hem at th* Jack Tar ilarrl- more than any other group
    ?) combined with the Rockefeller babbling brook will ion Hotel in dearwaler during except the Juvenile court Judges, Low low pricei-pjus an extra trade-In

    hardly distract any thoughtful observer from the fact that the 33th Annual Conference of themselves tram his wisdom and bonus on your present car! And that'
    and leadership and from his Indomitable
    the Florida Council on Crime
    the mainstream ol Republicanism U flowing, not leftward, i X-llnquenry.. lie was Introduced spirit. only the start of what you save. Ford s

    but to the right I by Linwood Cblaon, Chairman twice. year (or 6000-mile) main",

    This will become more and more apparent a* the Juvenile Court Aiiinlnsllrator'i Rarely does anybody take the schedulwtll keep on saving
    trouble to thank for money
    Aaron atlon, who paid a btauUful anybody any
    "moderate" soothsayer of press, radio and TV who tribute to Judge CrtuweU in thing mile after mile after mile. Come
    have been scouring thesaurus and gutter for invective and where memory the Award I I. given SALE"red-hot buy on the hottest-selling
    .ixl to Mr. Murray himself who
    Innuendo to hurl at Senator Goldwater become history-right
    gradually continue his work in the Criiwel) now while there's
    lest shrill and less confident of the moral (?) support of tradition.: summertime pleasure ahead.

    the proprietors of their communication media. In presenting the Award Mr..I \C IWI'KN'( I
    Murray read a list ct Mr Blanun ( i
    When the Republican Republicans become suifl.ciently '. accomnUihmenls since hewas (

    annoyed it will be time for the moderate (or employed by the Dade Own-

    liberal or mlddle-oi,the-road) Republican to do the compromising ty Juvenile Court In March. 1858, .
    lhowtna impressive improvementsservices
    that has been demanded ol the forthright Art.sonan. In to children, both dependent :

    and delinquent ones Inl-,
    listed by- hlmT The ipeaketrested MA/VAnte

    a* perhaps Mr. Blantoa
    Who Wants A Dead Phonel! I greatest contribution out of many TT-
    fine ones the improvement of
    When it come to results, how doe socialized enterprise communication and understanding

    Hack up with private enterprise? A full answer between the Court, the police, so-
    agencies and the schools
    would Inkling.take many book. But a little example may givean :what:.r 'He he brought created about a common ai he 1 I

    In England where the U owned meeting ground to ;i S .
    system problems between these groups'' I 4 a Npyt
    by the government and operated by the post office department and to brim understanding ol'i .
    a male model bought a house. A telephonewas es'-h other's work- He ended his
    now on middle-sin FsiHan
    on the premise and he asked that service be con eulogy know no of other Jack person Blanton. with. :who"1 I I lung,Your You rmrnpiio See Your Doctor T f car feel qualrty,ptovtd by over. the I baton family'ownr4rivn tit* car with! iport mleit seder Save now tsar on tread Falcon-pluttlnegtIdrtg Improved compact __ bIIiIL Neer
    : : ts; mtpenuon. added Insulation,
    tinued phone communication 1 is essential to his work. ha. worked harder or been more; .- -

    But the post otfice said, In effect nothing doing. It seems dedicated: In helping children and 1 "
    there 1s a long list of people In the who ,has, through sorts HfArta, F. P. May
    area awaiting service, "
    trough quail real to children,
    end he will have to take his turn. He can expect service, both :dependent: and delinquent: '7: IJ'

    it was added at the end ol 1967 a mere 3H years nock on any door of the agon Drug Co. r'il'" i
    ales In Dade County and they will
    lence.- { praise Jack Wanton for what hehe. Phon. 627-7601
    In this country a delay of even a few day in providing s meant" to the welfare of Dade Quincy, Flo.

    requested phone or any other utility service I 11 lure children.The Wailer Scott Crtiwel)i i ii" I
    to produce loud and angry squawks. And private enterprise ----- I

    whose existence it so largely dependent on the

    public good will which can only be gained by finUclas LOANS !

    service, listen It'* different under socialism where the

    citizen take what is given and can like it or lump it RESIDENTIAL FARM E

    Can't Spend Ourselves RichIn Lowest Closing Good Costa TermsCONVENTIONAL- High Appraisals !;

    support of III demand for continuing foreign aid

    on the grand scale, the Administration say old money F.H.A. Save now en a Super Torque Ford,the strong unoothe, ateedueet car M Ki den. IT s got ertr totuitfen, k*. for quieter rasa

    returns to buy our goods thus alleviates unemployment Quick. Confidential and Courteous Service

    ;boosts exports strengthens the U. S. economy. Too bad ::


    "So far as the impact On the U. S. economy is conItemed .

    : ," says General Banner Tellers, national chairmanof HARBIN WOLF Inc. 'l

    the Citizens Foreign Aid Committee (which lib American 321 West Crawford Street "

    taxpayers and against aid). "foreign aid In the form Phone MAIn 7-8737 !, Johnson Motor Company Inc.

    et U. S. produced commodities might 'Just as well be ,

    paid for by American taxpayers then dumped Into the Your Business Will Be Appreciated 118 West Jefferson SL

    Atlantic Pacific. Foreign aid is a grecf t leveling Qulncy. Flo. iPAUl
    V fr -

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    Very close to this time another ty-one million member It I II the'

    I ship docked. Tht one bringing a] largest non-catholic denomination
    THOSE PEOPLE CALLED BAPTIST I young phyHaUn from London in America This entasing growth
    named John Oark. dark Ideas and dynamic Is a testimony to.
    but inert the compulaint and expedImry
    3 A Srrlea att were essentially Baptist "ot those people called
    : Article M BiiplM has begun the { that It was a different re- were few other who thought of Bapthit"
    ,him. John dark and a few MORE THAN MONEY
    by Guy R.Ws I cause ot the teed planted group In charge them settled In Newport. Rhode .
    =- Menwrtal Coke. William was an I < Baptist nnrrhqulncy and quit criticising gov England and Europe and wanted ,
    Florida Ing student at '/\ and the church be was of thl*. He spoke his
    In 1631, a small chip lowered guhrt venlty, tpeaklng and something fluently ot '' to \leave He left Salem eonvklion no part* and because ot this Changes Cited PEOPLE ARE OUR BUSINESS

    Its anchor In the harbor of Boston and Dutch and working spent a most difficult winter was not accepted In any other Florida sportsmen will find several
    Massachusetts. On board the ship and Hebrew He had ,Wends among the Indian I colony After talking and hearing. chances in their "hunting regulatknia '
    ...... two of the key figure in dalned a minister In the '* Even while there he mln- about the other Baptist at Providence next season In a the growth of Baptist work In or England but had to the need of the In- he moved to establish a to seasons and bag limit, several
    Amenta 'J'htoy...... Roger and that a '.Stall'<1lurdl" I(I church at Newport and did so In new' reeulattnn' will char the
    MSTy William. a young minister cat or gave the perms Shortly, thereafter, Williams, 1044 method of hunting and taking
    and his wife and some twenty dom which God had : a bkxk' of land IIi:I I Baptist meeting were bring wildlife
    other pemona It U interesting to to have Thii had same Indian" and held In Massachusetts, but persections According to A. D Aldrich, dl
    note that he had already made an It'fIIIln England and thus lie called this a by the colony leaden rector\ Game and Fresh Water
    acquaintance with a brilliant lawyer sailed to America '' of God" and later the name made It all but impossible for the Fish ConumsjJun, the hunter will
    In England. Sir Edward Coke answers. The colony In changed to Rhode Island group to meet together and forma bs able to obtain hunting licence
    Coke w. pursuing Baptist principle chusetti was made up began by drawing I up a cove church Only In IMS was the on a year' round basis and will
    and had spoken rather the "puritan!" and then Al1II'rtr.'I'd t that demanded absolute ma Baptist Church of Boston organ be required to posses a license In
    plainly In James I about religious atiit' ot the Chun of rule and complete religious feed In a private home Fierce order lo hunt rabbit and unprotected
    liberty' No doubt Roger Williams These two groups This document 1* call persecution confronted this any fur bearing animals.aeaan The
    and concerned the Plantation Covenant' and group Nearly all of them were for rabbit fox bobcat,
    combine In forming the the first such ever written at one time or another Imprisoned racoon opossum, and skunlwill:
    gatlonallst Chunh thereIn this country or fined By 1871 there were remain open throughout the year
    the midst of them 1639, a church .'as organis twenty-two member Slowly, IV'I"u.t The possession of a spear having
    atr+ well educated, and .f'I }: No where In the New World I slowly, Baptist grew It less than three lines or having .,
    of words He there a church practicing be : un' ltd and the charterof tines greater than one-alxtpenlh
    pulpit of one of the larger '"'* buptum. How would they William and Mary that they Inch In dlainelrr or a mechanical 4T
    e*, the First Church of Roger: Williams was bap were granted 'equality with spring gait or grab and a light at
    lie refused' lie told by a friend of long standing, other 'established faith nikht Is prohibited The use and
    although thin church llolllman and In turn Ho) Slowly Die movement Darted possesalun of any hunk. peg, or
    first families. and was baptized by VMIIlams South and Into the colonies there other such device baited I In sucha
    things that his e ten other were added to IOVO, the first Baptist Church In manm.i as ti> be capable ot taking .
    I came first Directing fellowship, In March of that the South wai founded at Cnarle- alllsatora and tuspcndcd so
    them a scathing salvo 1839, beside a spring called Iowan, South Carolina. Baptist beliefs that the bait li shove water or
    stating he that the only \ <'f', the first Baptist and teaching continued to submerged lees than six inches,
    between England: and In America was formed J spread. In the colonies until, by the il aim prohibited r
    time of the War for American In- Aldrich Mid a new regulation ( Peter
    dependence. It I* estimated that adopted by the Communion would a tq
    WHY WOOD ? there were thirty-five thousand prohibit the taking of wildlife
    Baptist In America.only I from any onvevam-e having I a '
    after 1133 and the Mimaihusetti tower or other structure capable
    constitution, did other o[ bearing the' weight o( a person lucky .
    Y group grant complete rellgloui'when iiHh tower or structure Is I
    t equality to all The pilnctple of more than eight (eel blither than
    separatist of the state and church:the lowest bottunt surface of iuch
    w have been held apart aim that coovl'yam"l' he goth I
    I time Other changn provide for the
    I Baptist\ moved Went with dvlll UM of boat motor of no more
    ration The group had seen a than five "hutrpower on Lake la- ,
    need to organize for the support of mania I and Jackson In Leon Conn, the saving
    yx 'the Brat foreign missionary. Ado- ty during the open season for
    nil-urn Judson. He had started to taking migratory ftiterfowl Prohibits r -,.
    J India a Cbngregattonalist minister the use of recorded game
    x.; and as he Journeyed h* became calls or aounds fur taking lame habit
    convinced that he and his animals and birds, and pmvlle
    church was tar from the New measures In which an Individual
    Testament Upon arrival he was could control certain wildlife when
    baptized and bl'cam.be first uch animal or bird li found do- r
    Baptist Missionary In be supported troylng crops, frulls' fowl otstixk k early
    by the American Baptist With |
    i the seal to spread the Gospel to -- .--
    F' rr'r the world came one to spread It
    to the frontier of this country
    'r kit' f r This was done by various troupe,
    churches and even Asuotlatkm r
    The frontier preacher was a fiery rlornlII n F
    character with an uncanny abilityto
    quote even books nf scripture
    from memory However must of 1din add
    This roller coaster In Panama City. Florida, stands about twenty yard away those who went with the rtvlliiatfcn -
    from the Gulf of M.xlco. It would be bard to find a structure and a location West had little formal educa
    lion at all This didn't seem to
    demand from structural material The salt air 1 corroIv The
    that more hold them back. It li best expressed Hutch :
    heat and humidity accelerate rot. decay fungus and lnect attack. But this by one of the member. The retailer'fy who run his advertising -
    structure U protected from corrosion because It U wood. And It I* protected "He Just speak our kind of language li like the explorer he.fort .

    from rot. decay, fungus and termite because U 1* WOLMANIZED wood :' plain, simple and the the time of Columbus who
    wood that ha been pressure treated with chemical that give permanent Bible mourned because""all the world,
    This today number twin
    : group ha been visited.
    protection from these haianU.
    New product development has
    Whether In a roller coasts, a commercial building, a warehouse. or a plank reaihed peak never before at
    this lopper presiure treatment process give builder all the economic of INSECTICIDESSOIL tamed In American Inhistry It
    wood contraction plus the benefit of long We. WOLMANI2ED pressure 1* the life.bbnd ot an expanding\ 'i

    treated wood may be the material that will give you more for your construction FUMIGANTS economy New products have'
    been, and should continue to be,
    dollar. WEED KILLERS guarantee ot constantly trow
    ling retail trade. I II
    :: WOLMANIZED I No one not even the manulse- I
    hirer know what new consumer
    SOUTHERNCHEMICAL products will be on the market In ..
    t We future. No one knows what f r
    \ \ PRESSURE'TREATEIJLUMBER research: department<< will develop.
    I No one know what the
    public will accept. !III
    PRODUCED BY Sales & Service II| One thing I II certain about them ...i
    !' "' product They must be rid

    POST & LUMBER PRESERVING CO. I Inc. can through benefit advertising anyone<< .before. marwf they o- WrY

    P. O. Box 940, Quincy 32351 Phone 627-8075 I Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 I tuner Among retailer the ,new or consumer product already '

    Distributed by scheduled fnr distrihutli'
    \ QUINCY FLORIDA an lea expensive and more ef
    YOUR LOCAL LUMBER DEALERS feo'ave photographic ::r'i! ,
    i new type of frozen
    j beverages, psprr clashing, tape. ?
    recorder Inhe trice range of
    kw income groups, tor GIlt ednrleievtoton ,'
    z self, and many type of .1 i,,.. ,
    products to .help. .ptnpl.. find more

    FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUYS AND ONE GREAT PLACE TO BUYXUH'at activities.A enrichment. to Increased leisure

    rule almost universally *nrrplid > .
    ( your tlinrolrt drain' ) I \ "
    by manufacturers and advertising
    agencies li that a new .. ._.. .. ,,. ,,
    i'product ran be most quickly and 'W o+i I ."2 .1"
    soulfully said by promoUnft si
    'haul _papt'*. I II

    1 I Thus, national companies! Inevitably
    :, rwe turn to the newspaper as
    a mean of littnidurtng new prat-
    acts and the *uors *lul retailer
    make sure Owl Ike product are

    mnlinuously newspaper reintroduced axtvertlsln thrmifhrrpnlnt p.t.r first got acquainted with us when Dad brought him In to

    U4U ('41553 I55R make regular deposit in hU own Savings Account He's learning
    Santa Berber. (al. A biri'.
    mistake' In rlxnelng worm ontd "I what the wrings habit means. education and opportunity
    I firs la Lrwouj Canyusv. ,
    Mnt SMtrtied, a long gnuhsfnsk : for him. Later bell learn that it's always a good habit to count
    *. thinking It a worm and i

    oVnppH line The ineke on.a l taW 000-voit around power the on ui for every banking service )Just as his partnU do. How

    line seal guy wire reusing sparks about 'ou7
    that I pIled the dry grate and )
    Ilunll'dJIICrtI. ,

    ttOTIKC: INVOkCD .
    ua 4 JL tf
    All lue ftveiontor were pra nd ;I''
    the M-3f MM InvoUng rkvlure "
    en first time In senate hietory. fine
    side Omit Csae.0.., C.U, .. "t"I1#."
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    ann. ram by ambuljuire and t'f' '
    JLI wharf chair I* owl M aye veto to ": : ,
    drip provkkt the Pwcemary ten. .' ""' <\J'! 'JW1.! r \ ,
    Idols marrU The talk' -MIItnc .
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    Chevrolet? You're reek a Jk llnprr Sport "wxM with a treat
    Waited till now for that new sgg ,, 1121 WM Itfftnon
    struck it rich. blcatas right BOW if* "Trad 'N' "" ehoia nigu**. Mr ditioiiinT and other
    Irml Time at your Cbetrolet dealer. aztts east opuon. A roomy wagon for lm l orcampmf.
    a Check torn on thus tn beautiful buy: TUOTTI>t L iVrhap. a auo-lovmf eonYtrfabl*) of PATTHOMAS
    I-ThV luxurious t..mooth Chmol U 1I I sporty coup., f-rom 45 nod.1. in .fl.
    '-2-The ftm-kmn Chmte. -Ctaty U. Wbatevrr your tbota ftsBminT to go.cortomial INSURANCE me.o THE QUINCY STATE BANK

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    and continuing Some Insist that U Washingtoncan "Alt thing Kirn-fora whafw

    THX CHATTAHUUCtUCK TRIBUNE i AHEAD afford to give halt billion ever y* wo W that mm should
    Publld' each Tburiday it II 8. Uadlsoa ltri .r a.Gwr.s, awl.wno.a. dollars in military and economic By Marjorle B. Gregory, do into you, eve so 4* ye oho.
    A Job H. r. N.w.nap.rSTABI4SHtD
    rry macros- Home DMiMNMtnttos Agent
    I MlQulney aid surely U. S. troops could be solo tbetn."
    tsuuso 0000
    florldiUn 11I ........erase better equipped and protected.This (tad Ia e SMfc I, Who I.he author of this
    _ '- situation has prevailed in end Fallacies
    -- Fond Fads
    ..,... .... e.-.e. ..... d ow-p. rn.nM I itt9'itf.IJ -- part beams of our observanceof ALUMINUM POISONING saying
    WARS THAT CANT BE ROY 2. By what name Is It known!
    Veer. 300 Two Venn SoftO 811 MooUu 11.71.I. uft1t. 1 The Isle General Douglas Use the Geneva! agreements! of There has been a great furor 3. Of ,,hat discourse is It a
    1994, although they have
    I* Hocchintoi 1ib1UIt << ., AaD01 Arthur, in spcetrw and testimony regularly violated by the Com-, about aluminum poisoning from Where
    HOT' Carmu _..._ Adrt g end Ntw. !;YxRA1S1fI after he was relieved from his muniits since 1(57. Aware oi the lilt of aluminum cooking 4. may it be found
    command In the Korean conflict that President Kennedy increased utensils. This dates back to till'.a1taUon
    AMm to Bible Verse
    VV' revealed his amazement thai awlstanc to the South Vietnamese about the alleged! harmfulness -
    1. Jesus.
    ? American lives should be freely
    of alum baking powdersIn
    In response! to their request in, 2. The Golden Ruin.
    spent on stalemate wan
    the ofhe
    'o NATIONAL seemed to have no forewtaM 1981. early. years presentcentury. 3. The Sermon on the Mount.
    EDITORIAL outcome. Wide dissemination baa, Tim Political Aagto| 4. Ma Jiew 7: 12.
    hcwuteta } I IA c8T1Nf. ; I been given to recent statements Politically, as far as Wanhlng. Although vat numbers of ex- -
    of U. $. military officers in South Ion is concernedthe, conflict pertmTital observations have To read, without( thinking, u
    f...... .. .. .- Vietnam voicing similar fcelingi not our wsr. Nevertheless! there been made no evidence has been not to become Il1lonnl'd.I .
    cy teas"SON '''I y The Congress! has increasingly Is no denying It Is somebody's brought to bow that there Is
    pi beard complaints that under "hot" war. American casualties, any harm In either alum baking I
    WpE tr+s Il'OI'Ihe frustration of the American : at the rate for the tint quarter: powders or aluminum cookingutensils.
    1Ntt (5 people in supporting and 18M, could reach 1,000 for ELECTRICALSERVICE
    Black Wednesday"June fighting KMlled "limited" wan vear. These casualties are causing The aluminum that is taken Into I
    that are never really adequately Americans much concern! especially the body >s converted into Insoluble
    10 It certain to b. recorded in history as 'BlackWsdn..day ] explained in terms of our foreign when U. S. forces are! compounds which are eliminated
    McLel. policy or national purpose! only "advisors" In s war that without being absorbed and
    ; writes
    Washington Correspondent
    Vietnamese are supposed to be wlthuat doing any harm that any
    As this Is
    Ian Smith editorially In the DELAWARE STATE NEWSof front pages are two-thirds newspaper filled fighting The extent to which politlnil one has ever been able to dem- Anything from wiring .

    Dover D.l. with news of 111* conflict In Southeast expediency has hindered onitrale.FRKEO, a house to replacing
    "For It was that date the United States Senate Axia. The public feeling, of.military operations there is an
    on august which Billy Graham In area that Congress is beginning' AFTER II TEAM a light bulb
    "get or
    by Invocation of cloture to limit debate on the to-call let out" statement is a sample, to explore.! I New York Fifty-nine years
    .d Civil Right bill: took a long stride toward the police 4564 frlwi has been stirred! deeply in recent What Washington moat needs is ago, Benjamin Brenner', then 30,
    tote, earring out large chunk of our Individual right ,q esQ r weeks with all sorts revelations e retreat from the politically negative 'was convicted of stealing a hone Ike Shepardat
    that has made
    about this wsr. It Is not Inconceivable philosophy and buggy. He was sent to a
    and liberties, with Washington bureaucrats, supported by, that by now a decision these regular losses to CommunIsm mental uutttution instead of ajrienn.
    the Department of Justice, regulating much of our private, will have been made or even action pouible. Th louses of China Undergoing recent! mental
    taken that will effect the ten as s free! nation, the bloody Korean examination, doctors found he
    lives. slim OlIO way or another. But the conflict and partitioning, and now was no longer menace to society. SHELFERBLITCHFURNITURE
    "When the measure finally become law. continue process which drains wealth from Industrious and prosperous American people have been slow the Imminent loss fragments of Judge Miles McDonald CO.
    Mr. Smith "thousand of US Marshall plus other thousands peoples and bestows It upon the emerging and to reset about this far sway con- French undo China to Ho Chi dismissed the old conviction and
    Ik*. for the mOlt they Hinh and his boas Mao Tae-tung.j set Brenner free! MAin 7-IJ4J
    of troops will b. needed to enforce Its provision less prosperous. In effect 1111 global socialism." have not understood part the back. all have been arrived\ at by polii- 1'... 151-4432

    that ate obnoxious a vast majority of our cltizsns. We And besides, there's $6.2 billion in the pipeline, ground and have not had the cal miilake largely right here in Never argue with friends overa I Warehouse Ph. MAts T-ltOO
    stand firmly behind the principle that all citizens are unspent! Why appropriate more? acts. the U. 8. Our people have been noneiuentlal.
    poorly informed all the way from
    entitled to the full and unhindered enjoyment of their The Nature of the War Chiang Kal-shek's betrayal to the

    constitutional right but we rebel at the proposition that Only lately has it been brought Diem SMaiilnaUons. U we cannot
    QUINCY out clearly enough! In public information be and-Communlit in Wain-'
    some citizen are entitled to preferential treatment under media that this is astnmggle legion as well as everywhere else
    the law, with MORE right than other : not between Vietnamese In the world, there! is surely! no
    "It is our solid conviction that If the people of all 50 CALENDAR OF EVENTSA Chines actions and but the between rest ot the the Red tree lilt slaying on In Southeast Asia' LiL.tiiiij

    State had been given the opportunity to express their world. Southeast Axis is a rich I LOVES late BAT
    national referendum would have turned prize, a gate for further penetration I
    view in a they Community Service by the Into the rich Island countries : Pueblo, Colo. Moat cowboys I a\
    thumbs down on the legislative 'monstrosity that 1* mistakenly cf1prahhPIr boots and ID-gallon'
    Mao wants to this
    Cadsden open area to
    will County Chamber of Commerce, 827-8518 hats but 79. -old Jack Wants
    called a Civil Right bill which in fact, hungry Chinese Communism and year
    to be an "Evil Rights' measure. This mlmamed control it all, ss the Soviet Union carrying it e little too far.'
    prove has done In Eastern laving been e patient st Park-
    Calendar is based on Information reported by club Europe. Apparently
    force legislation protect no civil right not already protected RUMU In not opposed to view Eplicopal llonpltal for 5weeks r
    by law, but Instead creates extraordinary right secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding his expansion. But Mao facesU. Ware agreed to remove,
    publication S. and his boon at night but refutes to'
    for some, at the same time extending Federal control over power in his way to comment standingsquarely take off his ID-gallon hat. He Indus -
    the liberties and property of everyone.. i Whether the: war could be; he's "naked" without It..ass. I
    "Beside making private property meaningless and Thursday, June 25- Canning Center, 85; Florida State changed In character by any ac-

    installing the Federal government as the senior partner\ Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St. I ion of our own ls of course s .
    problem now bring deeply stud
    practically every business in the nation, this new law Friday, June 26- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon ied. As It Is, the whole peninsula READY MIXCONCRETE
    will center such vast the Attorney General is considered a front for ex-
    power upon
    Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paula Parrish House: Can pajmlon of Communism,
    that he could tell people how to run their affairs and Jail ning Center. 8 S; Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson House; The Chines Reds Peking see

    them if they do not comply. Air Force Recruiter, 8 12, Post Office. empire and food.
    "When we deal with individual liberty and property Supporting an Economy AFTER 9 ?
    Monday, June) 23- Kiwanle Club 1 Jefferson House; I The war in Southeast Asia, *
    rights, there is no area for compromise nor for force legislation p.m. whether it spreads or not. Is likely CO AHEAD
    ; ergo Wednesday, June 10, in our calendar was Canning Center, 8 5; Social Security Rep., 9:30: a.m., to remain one of those that NOTHING MAKE THAT LONG DISTANCE< CALLI

    Black. Wednesday, and time will prove us corr.ct." Courtroom, Courthouse cannot be won as long a* the CONCRETE ELSE GIVES YOU $0 MUCH PLEASURE
    ground rules In force at
    And, at the risk of what should be a highly superfluous Tuesday June 30CannIng Center, 85; Rotary Club, are obwrved. Only South Vietnam SO UTTLE MONEY.

    postscript, we are tempted to add: Don't say w.cI1dn't 1 p.m.l.ffer.on House. tlll'ftlll. it content to maintain BLOCK I Colt often. Keep In touch.
    the status quo. And only the 'call afalionbafalios/

    warn yaW Wednesday, July 1- Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., Post per U. 8.day Is having for the to privilege pay 12 million of advising for 11.00 or .test yfas"with"fed.zri fs If U.I.fez after 9

    No Me Too MainstreamGovernor Office; Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning the anti-Communlit participant I
    Center, 85; Jcrycees, 12 noon, littrell's Res. This money makes possible Oakland Concrete
    Nelson Rockefeller, in the first burst of taurant some token resistance! from the .tns. ,
    South Vietnamese! but without It Product
    political generosity of his career hat oil red his supportto that poverty- trlrkln nation would Company

    Pennsylvania' off.again, on agaln, gone-agaln Governor Award though it has been awarded ion collapse economically: end Alien Boettck and I ..

    Scranton in hit apparently .,propelled Stop Gold- YOUTH ASKS both years since Its creationto militarily., kept The going war-heated with American economy John Thomson Quincy Telephone Co.

    water movement for e Faith md e CtMllmv .', Juvenile court: counselors, is 'dollars, is something the South Pkme MAh MOM i tam' ; Ill/
    Good Example. and Good Explanations by no means limited to this group Vlcmams..do-twl.want to glee .1
    While Govenor Rockefeller did not go 10 far a* to :ifL I
    > Knew* Llmiti It may be given to anyone in any ---
    offer his delegate, too, he did offer come advice to the and Consistency And capacity who is employed In the I

    GOP. "The hour 1* late," he said Informatively, and add..d Te Be Heard service of children! and who it Is

    . "but if all leader in the moderate mainstream ol Br Dorothy B. Alexandu.Publication felt by the Association has done

    the Republican Party will unit. upon a platform and upon Florida Division* Specialist el most for \the benefit of children in STARTS TODA .ATYOUR FORD
    Governor Scranton a* the candidate, the moderate cause Child Training Schools the year preceding the Award DEALER'SSummertime
    can still be won. The second Welter Scott t Crlswell Judge Criswell, who died two
    It should, perhaps, be explained that "moderate" i* Award, presented each yeaiby years ago at his home Judgetot
    the new designation that the liberal and/or "middle-of- Administrators sonville, wss formerly
    tin Juvenile Court
    the Juvenile Court of Duval
    the-road" contingent of Republicanism have decided On Association to the person County and was the Dean of is saving
    a* more appealing to the party m.mbersh1p-aI.larg. deemed most helpful during the Florida's Juvenile Court Judges SUMMER
    which i* beginning to rally to the hope of leadership that year to children and youth In He was beloved throughout Florida time at your Ford Dealer
    Florid, was awarded this year to, and the work, his Inspiring
    !I. more concerned with the revitalization of the United Jack Blanton, Chief Counselor philosophyiof life and the

    Stales than with its "image" in the UN, or Moscow, oranywhere Juvenile and Domestic Relations way In which he lived what he Our sales art sizzling st in ail-time high
    else. Court of Dade County. Alton Murray believed, and his riceless contributions -
    Chief Counselor Palm Beach to the cause! of waywardand end we're keeping the pot boiling I with big
    As for this "mainstream" business, the trickles that County Juvenile Court and last neglected children! will bf savings on every Ford, Fairlane, and Falcon
    have been diverted by the Messrs. Romney and Scranton year's recipient ot the Award (the commemorated in perpetuity by In stock!
    tint), mail the presentation st this group who benefited, perhaps -
    and Nixon and Stassen ( there we've overlooked SIZZLER

    are some
    a luncheon at the Jack Tar Harrison more than any other group Low low
    ?) combined with the Rockefeller babbling brook will Hotel In Clear-water during except the Juvenile court,Judges pricM-rjIus an extra trade.in
    hardly distract any thoughtful observer from the fact that the 33th Annual Conference! ol themselves, from his wisdom and bonus on your present carl! And that's
    the Florida Council on Crim and leadership and from his indomitable
    only the start of
    the mainstream of Republicanism is flowing not I.ftward, Delinquency. 11* was introducedby spirit. what you save. Ford't
    but to the right. LJnwoud Colson Chairman exclusive twice.a.year (or 6000.mile) maintenance -
    Juvenile Court Admtiultntor'a Rarely!' dues anybody take the schedule
    will k.epon
    This will become more and more apparent as the Assodatiun, who paid a beautiful trouble to thank anybody for any'thing. saving money
    "moderate" soothsayers of press, radio and TV who tribute to Judge Criswell! in you mile after mile after mile. Come
    have been scouring thesaurus and gutter for invective and whose memory lie Award Is given! SALE" In, get a red.hot buy on the hottest.selling

    innuendo hurl Senator Goldwater become and to Mr. Murray himself who Ford In history-right now, while
    to at gradually continues his work in the Criswell i there's
    I less thrill and less confident of the moral (?) support of tradition. } i plenty of summertime pleasure' ahead

    the proprietors of their communication media. I In presenting! the Award Mr.I A\tC ll& I II
    Murray read a list ot Mr. Blanc CG
    When the Republican Republican become suffl.Ciently ton s aecompUahinrnts sine he
    annoyed, it will be time for the moderate (or I was employed by the Dad County _" :-- 0L.",,", ".....' a ,, _!lilt.

    liberal, or mlddl'-of.th.-road) Republican to do the com I Juvenile Court in March. 1958,I .
    showing impressive! ImprovementsIn
    promising that has been demanded of the forthright Art-
    services to children! both dependent I
    tonan. and delinquent ones Initiated II
    by him. The speaker! I \:
    stressed! as perhaps Mr. Blanton! .
    Who Wants A Dead Phone! ireatert contribution out ot many I
    tine ones, the improvement ot
    When it comes to results, how does socialized enterprise communication and undemanding i A
    between the Court th* police social
    stack up with private enterprise? A full answer
    agencies and the schools
    would take many books. But a little example may jive which he brought about as he
    an Inkling. said. "He created! a common a

    In England where the telephone system Is owned meeting problems I1'OWId0 between these resolve groups the ;

    by the government and operated by the; post office department and to bring understanding of ..M yW ,rem r4 v

    a male model bought a house. A telephonewas each other's work H* ended his Save now on a mlddl.1ilt Fsirtsn, the hmllysire car with sports- Save

    on the premises and he asked that service be con. eulogy know no ot other Jack. person Blanton. with. :who"I, Inns Aflff Your You rmenplwa Are Your DncM T* Uh. car feel quality' .proved by over I pillion owner-drtven soled wider now rear on tread FtIcoft-plulhtat.rIdI"I, Improved suspension compact, added ever Inllllabol"If but New\.

    Unued phone communication is essential his work. has worked '
    to harder or been more i 4 jI> I !It .
    office dedkiited helping children and -1 J : 1'11;;; :; V li""'
    But the post said In effect nothing doing. It seems "
    who has through such effects,'
    there la a long list of people In the area awaiting .service brought such real help to children, F. P. May '
    and he will have to take his : : .
    turn. He can expect service both dependent and delinquent : ,
    it was added at the end of 1967 a mere ilk years Knock m any door ot the aamelI'S Drug Co. I '..- y
    tn Dad County and they 1111PC'lIM \ 1. (,
    hence.- I Jack tUanlon for what he Phone 627-7601 u a dK '
    In this country, a delay of even a few days la providing ha. "want0" the welfare ot Dade Quincy. Flo. I

    requested phone or any other utility service 1s sure children. i
    Wakes I Scott CritweU
    to produce; loud and angry squawks. And private enterprise _'------____ _I
    whose existence Is so largely dependent on the I

    public good will which can only be gained by firsUlase: LOANS t tSava

    service, listens. It's different under socialism: where the

    citizen takes what U given and can like It or lump It.Can't RESIDENTIAL FARM i

    Ourselves Lowest Closing Costs High Appraisal :
    Spend RichIn Good TermsCONVENTIONAL

    support of its demand for continuing foreign aid
    F.H.A. now on a Super Torque Fond, the strongest, smocuiest,eeett et csr in cs cin. Rs .
    scale the Administration got *
    'on the grand says aid money toMMwn.toe for e qu*.n**.

    'returns to buy our goods thus alleviates unemployment Quick. Confidential and Courteous S.rrlct II

    I boosts exports strengthens the U. S. economy. Too badIt .W COME

    far as the Impact on the U. S. economy is conicerned -

    I ," says General Banner Fellers national chairmanof HARBIN-WOLF.Inc. !

    the Citizens Foreign Aid Committee (which is for American 321 West Crawford Street I

    taxpayers and against aid). "foreign aid In the form Phone MAIn 7-8737 I Inman-Johnson Motor Company Inc.

    of U. S. produced commodities might Just as well bepaid ,

    for by American taxpayers then dumped Into the Your Business Will B. Appreciated W-l Wfmon SL

    antic Pacific Foreign aid U a greaf leveling :8 t- QuIocT.no.PAUl I

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    Very close to this One another ty-one million members. It is the! -

    I THOSE PEOPLE CALLED BAPTIST ship docked. This one bringing: a largest non-catholic denomination
    young physician!! from London in America. This amasing growth
    and is
    named John CUi*. dark's Ideas dynamic a testimony to
    ;;; were essentially Baptist but there (he drive, compulsion and expediency
    A IHIN 01
    "ol those /
    t Articles. on Baptist has begun the Inter.tmggle be- was that It was a different religious were few others who thought like Baptist" prop0II11ed
    : by Guy R. Hade cause of the seed planted by Sir group In charge. him. John dark and a few Rhode of MORE THAN MONEY
    them settled In Newport .
    ..- Tbut.... !Memorial
    Because he would
    Coke. Williams was an outstandIng compro- Island. He had seen persecution Hunting Laws
    Baptist OurohQulrwy mise and quit criticizing the .
    Florida student at Cambridge University In England and Europe and wanted
    and something ol a Un- and the church be was no of this. He spoke his
    In 1(31, a small hip l lowered gutet speaking fluently French invited to leave He left Salem convictions and because of this Changes CitedFlorida PEOPLE ARE OUR
    Its anchor In the harbor of Barton.Massachusetts. and Dutch and working: In Latin and spent a most difficult winter, was not accepted in any ottercolony. sportsmen will find several I BUSINESS
    On board the ship and Hebrew. He had been ordained with friends among the Indian After talking and hearing changes In their hunting regulations
    were two Ot he key figures In a minister In the Church tribes. Even while there he minIstered about the other Baptist at Providence next season. In addition
    the growth: of Baptist work In of England but had never felt to the needs of the 111di.nIo he moved to establish a to seasons and bag: limit., severs!
    America. They were Roger and that a "State-Church" wa Biblical church at Newport and did so in new regulations will chat the
    Miry Williams, a young minister or gave the person the freedom Shortly, thereafter, Williams 1844. I method of hunting and taking
    and hit wife and some twenty which God had Intended them purchased a block of land from Baptist meetings were being\ wildlife. I
    other persons. It ti Interfiling to to have. This had presented problems these same Indians" and railed II"ProvIdtnt held in Massachusetts, but persecutions According to A. D. Aldus, director
    note that he had already marie an In England and thus he had .. He called this a by the colony leaders ianie and Fresh Water
    acquaintance with a brilliant law. sailed to America seeking the gift of God" and later the name made it all but impossible for the Ktsh CDinniMslon. the hunter will
    yer in England Sir Edward Coke answers. The colony In Massachusetts was changed to Rhode Island. groups to meet together and forma hi able to obtain a hunting llrenM
    Coke was pursuing: Baptist principle was made up first of They began: by drawing up a covenant church. Only in IMS was the on a year round basis and will
    and had spoken rather the "puritans" and then "separ that demanded absolute majority Baptist Church of Boston organized be required to possess a license in
    plainly In James I about religious atist" of the Church of England. rule and complete religious: In a private home. tierce order to hunt rabbit and
    berry. No doubt. Roger Williams These two groups after much freedom. This document Is call, persecution confronted this tiny fur bearing animals.I unprotected The
    prayer and concerned decided to ed the "Plantation Covenant" and group. Nearly all of them wereat season for rabbit., fox. boIx..t.ratwon ,
    combine In forming\ the Congregstlonallrt was the first such ever writtenin one time or another imprison opossum, and skunk will
    aaaaNr. Church/ there. this country. I ed or fined. By 1171, there were remain open throughout the year
    midst of them stood In 1(39 a church was organis
    In the a twenty-two members. Slowly, ever The ol having
    puucMiun a spear
    well educated and eloquent man ed. No where In the New World so slowly Baptist grew. It lea than three tines or having
    of words. He was offered the was there a church practicing believer's wasn't un" 111111 and the charterof lines greater than one-sixteenth
    pulpit of one of the larger churches baptism. How would they William and Mary that they \Inch In diameter; or a mechanical
    the first Church of Boston.He begin: Roger Williams was baptized were granted "equality" with spring gait or grab: and a light at
    renmed. He told them that by friend of standing'
    a long other "established" faiths. I night Is prohibited. The use and
    although this church contained the Ezekiel Holliman and In turn I lotUman .: Slowly the movement started possession of any hook, peg or
    first families and other tint was baptized by Williams.'
    South and Into the Colonies there. other such device baited in sucha
    things that his ronndence aim !Some' ten others were added to
    Church in
    I 16HO the first Baptist manner as to be capable of taking
    first. Dh'tll1inlrW.rd their fellowship In March of that
    I the South was founded at Charles- alllgMon and suspended so
    them a scathing salvo of word year 1839. beside a spring (called town South Carolina. Baptist beliefs that the bait is above water orIUbntol'Jrl'd
    stating he that the only difference Providence', the first Baptist
    continued to
    and teachings less than six inches"
    1 between England _arid _America I' urch In America was ronnl'd'1 I spread in the colonies until by the Is also prohibited ,

    time of the War for American In Aldrich Mid e'
    -- --- a new regulation Peter
    dependence It Is estimated that adopted by the Onmmlsxlon would
    WHY WOOD ? there were' thirty-five thousand prohibit the taking of wildlife 1y
    Baptist in America. I from any conveyance having a
    Only after 1133 and the Massachusetts tower or other structure ennoble
    constitution did other'of .bearing the weight' of a person is lucky .
    ri e
    groups grant complete religious when such tower or structure Is ,
    u equality to all. The principle of':more than' eight feel higher than
    a separation of the slate. and church the lowest bottom surface of such
    !have been held apart since that!conveyance. he
    I time. Other changes provide for the i_ : .
    l 4 t, II I Iy Baptist moved West with dvllltation. uxe of boat motors of no more
    The group had seen a than five hutaepower on Lakes la- il 'i a tIK
    i need to organize for the support of mania and Jackson In Leon Coun1ty 4 u the
    ; the Drat foreign: missionary, Ado during the open season for saving
    nlram Judson. He had started to biking migratory waterfowl.. Prohibits
    India a CongregaOonallst minister the use of recorded game
    and as he journeyed he became I calls: or sounds for taking game
    convinced that he and his animals and birds, and provides. habit
    church was far from the New measures In which an Individual
    Testament. Upon arrival he was could control certain wlldllle when
    baptized and became the first such animal or bird Is found dotroylng r r
    }* Baptist Missionary to be supported crops, fruits, fowl or early
    y i by the American' Baptist. With stock. I,
    gar ?3s. the teal to spread the Gospel to --
    I IrLoml
    f. v the world came one to spread it II I
    to the frontiers of this country.
    This was done by various 11'01I..1.
    churches and even Aaoc iatkrna.
    The frontier preacher was I fiery
    Afn character with an uncanny abilityto I

    : '., quote even bonks of scripture 11
    from memory However mint of ''U4b1PJJ ......'
    This roller coaster In Panama City Florida stands about twenty yards away those who went with the civilization : .: = .rtI"
    from the Gull of Mexico It would be hard to find a structure and a location West had little formal education .
    that demand more from structural materials. The salt air U corrosive. The at all. This dldn't seen to
    hold them bark. It Is best expressed
    heat and humidity accelerate rot. decay, fungus and Insect attack. But this by one of the members relalkT By who HuliNThe .nil his advertising :'

    structure U protected from corrosion because It la wood. And It Is protectedfrom "He Just speaks our kind of language I. like the explorer he-

    rot. decay, fungus and termites because It 1s WOLMANIZED wood ", plain, simple and the fort the time ol Columbus who
    wood that has been pressure treated with chemicals that give permanent Bible mourned because "..Uhi world
    protection from these hasards. _This group .today numbers_, twetv I has been visited."

    Whether in a roller coaster, a commercial building, a warehouse or a plant New product development has

    this Coppers pressure treatment process gives builders all the economies of INSECTICIDESSOIL I,:reached In a American peak never industry.before attained i iII .

    =: wood construction plus the benefit of long 111. WOLMANIZED pressure the life-blond of an expanding '\

    i. treated wood may be the material that will give you more for your construction FUMIGANTS I economy New product have
    :. dollar been, and should continue to be,
    WEED KILLERS a guarantee oC constantly growing
    : retail trade i

    : WOLMANIZEDPRESSURE I No one not fIfIIhe manufacturer
    know what new C'lJfIIUII'I'produc'll
    SOUTHERNCHEMICAL will be on the market In .... .... ...
    the 1U11I.... No one knows whatresearch r
    I departments will develop
    I No one knows what the
    public will armpt.ln. I II ,

    BY Sales & Service I I thing ls certain about the
    new products They must be sold
    \ POST & LUMBER PRESERVING CO. Inc. through advertising before they ,, '
    : can benefit anyone manutaoturere -

    I P. O. Box 940, Quincy, 32351 Phone 627-8075 retailer or consumer "
    I I
    Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 Among the new products already
    | Distributed by scheduled fur djutrlbultnn
    QUINCY FLORIDA are less expensive and more effective 4
    a\ YOUR LOCAL LUMBER DEALERS photographic equlumnn), .
    new type of frozen goods and :
    I beverages paprr clothing tape .4
    recorders In the price range ol
    'bee Income grout, low cost color \ .'
    ::3 television seta, and many type of '$ '
    products to help people find more

    FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUYS AND ONE GREAT PLACE TO BUY activities.enrichment la Increased teisur ,' .+ .ilJ1I',

    (H\\'at\ your (7ir vkl draM) A nil almost universally ae "'.
    eepted by manufacturers and advertising ,

    agencta is thai a new I I I ._.
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    product ran to moat quickly and ,. ;}i .
    successfully sold by pramoUufi inlorat
    _palrs. i I

    Thus national cnmpanUs Inevitably
    1 turn la the newspaper
    a mean of Introductnf new prod-
    tell and Ih* suceeaaful retailer
    make sure that the product are

    nsilimmusly repeated newspaper reinlnriuced adwrUsuif.through Peter first got acquainted with us when Dad brought him In to

    await ('41'1... riac make regular deposits In hit own Savings Account H.', learning
    Santa Barbara Cat A bird's

    rtlAta cur s4wg worms onm- what the savings habit mean a education and opportunityfor
    ed s tlwood Canyun. The

    bird snslrned 4 lung mvhnsnake him. Later, hell learn that U', always a good habit to count
    thinking tt a worm, and

    dropped II.... The It snake on a coiled 11,000-vutt around posse the on us for every banking Mnrlce just a* his parent do. How

    line and guy wire causing spark
    lhal JptjeJ! th dry grass and about you?
    burned II sere ,

    (terra ac IMV9KKD "

    All too a.hhsors terra pnwnt
    I for the 714. vow InvoUns; rtohire
    set ctvll$ nights debar. far the .
    first Dm In .. I. "
    snuit hiMury. leaalas n \ 'late "
    dair i hgi.. D., cl., rnwrrtng .. tY..4 "
    4 from hoe train
    t oprradnn -
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    welled chair to CM! an aye vote to _J.. t .
    tap provide the necessary two-
    thirds snajnrlrf. Tk talk-natllng
    move wa ....... ay 44 I trail and >7 Kepubttrans. (Aor*
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    .VJtd till now for that new CbmolrtT You'.. Pick a sleek toper Sport model with a treat 1121 West
    truck it rich because right now it's "Trade choice of enriiw*, air conditioning and other Jederrxm

    travel rime5* at your Chevrolet dealer! -- ntrarcoat opuooe. A roomy wagon for travel or
    i Check him en these tn beautiful buys: TIT1Td'fU' camping. Perhaps a .....loYin' convertible or PAT THOMAS

    I-The luxurious Jet-smooth Chtrrolet. nl sporty coupe. From 45 model in afl.
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    pqfywywyYvyyyyyvvinnrvYyyvvyYVYYVYVVwyvvY Thursday Tea TheAmerican 'Bachelor DinnerAt

    WOMEN'S PAGE For Bride-elect Way Jef'son HouseMr.

    Miss Mary Christine Klghtower By May S- BIchardM Ormond Carrawiy enter
    of Batnbridge whose marriagewill "In these days\ when much concern talned with a bachelor dinner at
    be an event of July was the suspicion and lack of confidence he Jefferson House Friday night;
    Person having Item of lodol nature are urged to caD honoree at a beautiful tea Thurs- prevail It might be well tune 5, In honor of his sun I, Robert

    Mr. May S. Richardson at MAiD 7-8503 day afternoon when Mr*. Amos to remember some of the facts whose marriage to Miss Marie

    ..ntiiniiiitmnmnitimminnimmrm nntnmmnntnamtttmmttttm Davis, Mrs. A. B. Blackburn and about America. Powell was an event of June 7.
    Mr*. R- R Klncald entertained for Americans own 71 per cent of The table was centered with an
    her at the home of the former. the world's automobiles, 80 per arrangement of Ivy and caladium
    Rehearsal Party The bridge elect I* the niece of cent of the worlds hospital beds eaves in a tobacco canister
    Mrs. Pierce Williams and has l K2 per cent of the bath tubs, 52 tanked on each side by pipes hold
    Held June 4th often visited In Quincy e per cent of the High School en big green tapers. The place cards
    An array of summer flowers rollment 49 per cent of the world were of pipe design.

    Thursday night, June 4, Mr. and were effectively arranged In the radio, television, telegraph and Robert presented nil grooms
    M.... Ormond W. Carraway entertained living room with flame colored telephone facilities, 60 per cent of men with gifts at this time.
    with a rehearsal dinner hibiscus forming a "conversation the world" life Insurance policies Mr. Carraway who served at
    a piece", Pink roses dahlias and 33 per cent of the railroads his son's best man, gave his son
    honor of
    In their Robert -
    party ion, t snapdragons were at other focal and 34 per cent of the world'smeat" an engraved cigarette lighter as a
    II. Carraway and Miss Marie q ,
    1 f kJ points memento of this occasion.

    Powell whose wedding was iol. Mountain Laurel and oleanderwere r.t On the other hand America has

    emnlzed on June 7th. The cene at one point of Interest In only ( per cent of the world's Fain Daughters
    of the party was the private diningroom he den. Zinnias and mixed aden land and T per cent of the world's
    of the Plantation House In flower were also in this population. But It has created 45 honored
    Marianna. room. a per cent of the world's wealth. HereMr.

    A* the guests assembled In a The dining table which wa.cov..red Taking a long range look at facts and Mr*. N. F. rain Sr.
    small adjoining reception room by a handsome cutwork It seems that perhaps we have entertained a group of neighbors,
    Mrs. Joy X Olive, aunt ot the embroidered cloth was centeredby been too busy accumulating things relatives and friends on last
    groom served punch from a crystal and worldly power and somewhere -
    antique silver epergne of Sunday afternoon In honor of
    bowl on a small tea table nkan I along the way have lost the
    decorated with snapdragons and Queen their daughters, who are home for
    attractively ,
    of pink ice Anna Lace. On one end 'was the I meaning of real POWER. a stay, Mn. R. L. Minoan of
    gays chrysanthemumsand punch bowl from which Mrs For instance, the power of the Los Angeles, California and
    , greenery.The Sylv.tor Woodward, Mrs, Howard gospel the power of love and daughter, Tamsa, Mrs. Don R.
    bridal couple I and their parents Woodward and Mrs. Everett Morrow prayer. This country was settled Armstrong and son Richard of
    were seated at the head of the a for the of freedom to Kansas
    the table opured during appointed purpose Salina and Mini Virginia
    two V-shaped silver candelabra, which adorned held hour. worship God. We are fast losing Fain, home from Florida State U.

    with dainty pink corsages and Chicken salad sandwiches rub that freedom as we are losing for a brief interlude.A .

    fitted with lighted pink taper bon sandwiches, tiny cheese puffs, many other worthwhile things. hamburger supper with all
    The centerpiece wan of pink chrysanthemums assorted cookies, and mints were What doe it profit a man if he the usual accompaniments was
    with a focal point of also on the table, gain the world and lost his soul served on the back lawn. -Conversation
    double wedding rings. The double Hostesses greeted guests and directed When one small atheist woman and visiting were en-
    ring decorative theme was them to the receiving line -, T' -- can start the ball rolling to do Joyed by the guests and honorccs.
    carried out by smaller Identical composed of the honoree her Mrs. Robert H. Carraway away with prayer and Bible readIng -
    arrangements at other points along mother, Mr*. James Hightower In schools and chaplains In Mrs. R. D. Woodward
    the table. link satin covered miniature and sister, Mrs. Wayne Bell. the armed force "it Is high
    boxes, topped with wedding The birdie elect was given Miss Gladys Marie Powell And time we "!lOt our fat, lazy selves" 1r. Is Bridge Hostess

    rings and name tags, were used crystal\ In her chosen pattern ass up and did something about It. Mrs. R. D. Woodward, Jr., was
    u place cardi.Thirtyfive mrnto of this occasion We are ceasing to nut- Him hostess to her bridge club Tuet-
    guests enjoyed this Seventy-five guests, Including Robert Carraway Exchange VowsWedding FIRST. Sunday School attend day Roses daisies and gardenias
    delightful dinner party. relatives and friends of the honoree ance In many churches the nation from her garden were at Interest -
    enjoyed this delightful party.Bridesmaid's vow were exchangedon over I I. rapidly decreasing Interest points. Preceding the game
    Bridge Club Meets Miss Evelyn Joyce Moggie June 7 at 4 o'clock In the afternoon in the welfare of our fellowman she served a dessert.Mr .
    at the Greenwood Baptist Illusion was attached to a pill box is at a low ebb when people .
    With Mrs. Suber Mr. and Mr. Vivian C. Noggl of 7595 SW 53rd Place. Church between Miss Gladys appllqued with pearl and sequins. can be murdered on the score*which Ned was Hlnson a pair won of garden high

    Mrs- Morris Suber was hostess Miami announce the engagement of their daughter Evelyn Marie Powell of Greenwood and streets before the eye of scores shears and Mrs. Torn L. Maxwell
    to her fourth Wednesday bridge Luncheon Given Robert Carraway of QuIncy. The The bride carried a cascade of people who do not lift a voice
    Joyce to John Louis Graham Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs. Reverend Marvin Deese bouquet of lily of the valley and held low score- Her prize was ajar
    dub Mixed' performed in
    yesterday. protest to
    garden or a finger help.
    flowers were at Interest points In John Louis Graham of D.Land and grandson of Mr*. Miss Marl Powell and her the impressive double white butterfly roses, centered Perhaps we were better oft before j of home-made jam.
    the party moms Charles Richard Shaw Sr. of Quincy and the late Mr. mother entertained with a luncheon ring ceremony.The with a white gold.throated orchid, we accumulated so much
    Winners of high and bingo received Charles Richard Shaw Sr. The bride-elect was graduatedfrom for the bridal attendants at bride is the daughter of nestled In tulle, showered with wealth. NOW
    stephanotis and ribbon tied in i OPERATING
    Chlpola Hotel on June t. Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Powell,
    novelties.At She attended This has
    School. EmorUniversity
    Coral Gables High reporter always taken
    love-knots. She lifted the orchid
    The table centered Sr., of Greenwood, and the bridegroom
    conclusion of the game the and graduated from the University of Miami.. lovely long low was arrangement with of a Is the son of Mr. and Mn from her bouquet to compliment pride in quoting "Our Flag Has' CITY
    hostess served an attractive party She II a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority and pink crytanthemums, centered Ormond William Carraway ol her traveling attire of a white Never" Been defeated on land or CAB
    sea. Well, we have all
    the Spinster Club. Her fiance graduated from Darlington with double wedding rings, accented Quincy. linen cessories.Mm.and. lace suit with blue ac what can happen to Godless seen nations.

    plate.RUSTOLEUM Preparatory School. He attended Emory University andgraduated Lavender with smaller wedding bell M.... L, A. Spencer organist, Powell selected for her It Is possible that God will SERVING
    potted plants at
    from the University of Georgia He 1* a member vantage points In the room.were presented music Miss a program Peggy Pittman of wedding t ng daughter's wedding a baby blue let us go on In our lazy, careless ALL OF QUINCYand

    of the Kappa Alpha Order. The wedding will be August A delicious shrimp plate and a Wither Thou Goes," "Sweett.t linen dress with white accessories out fun of seeking the core way of things leaving until Him

    1 at the Plymouth Congregational Church In Coconut parfait were! served to twelve Story Ever Told," and "The Lord s and Mrs.a white gold-throated orchid hit rock bottom u a Nation. The we GADSDEN COUNTY
    Carraway mother of the
    STOPS Prayer. The traditional wedding
    Grove. : world Is on fire with
    persons.Powell her marches groom was attired In a bone greed, craving
    presented attendants played.
    the were linen and lace dress, bone accessories for power, lust, dirty politic PHONE
    organist and The vows were spoken beforean and a white, gold.throated'Ambition killed Caesar and then
    RUST Tea Given For the director with
    lovely gifts.
    Birthday PartyOn altar featuring arrangement orchid. are other families In this country

    Sunday, June 21, Mr*. Rob Miss Porch Mrs. McDaniel of en-branched yellow bridal candelabra flower,and entwined sev Mrs. Olive, grandmother of the too selves.tilled with ambition for them 627.8141

    ert Cochran entertained with a with fern and accented by yellow groom wore a blue silk linen and
    birthday party In honor of Mr, Miss Mary Kate Porch, whose Succumbs Here satin bows, holding bunted lace jacket and dress a white with gold-throated blue accessories the This majority country of was the started Inhabitants with I DIRECT TO CAB
    B. Alderman wife of the marriage to Facets wan yellow tapers. The backgroundfeatured
    R. pastor orchid. walking hand in hand with God.
    All Colors of PIney Grove Church. The pas'ty event of ,Sunday, was the honoree Mrs. Maude Clara MrOanlell f a large brass candletree Our forefather struggled and w. A. MCLAUGHLIN
    at a beautiful tea Thundnafternoon if yellow candles, flanked by sun- Reception '
    was a complete surprise to the 77.. of Chattahoochee died last suffered In order to make It a
    AVAILABLE from 4:30: until 83tlven : Wednesday bum arrangements of yellow The bride' parent were host Owner and Operator
    IN honoree. morning June 17 better
    in place In which to live. I
    Mrs J. E. at a reception after the
    by Gilbert at the gladioli, gree nand white caladums. ceremony
    ALL SIZE CANS The 28 guests gathered on the her home. An all white them Gadsdcn County Hospital The window recesses held in the educational building ot the Their motto was,""A Better World I
    lawn of the hostesses home when! was used In tin decorations with t Funeral services were conduct- arrangements of fern and ami lax church. Begins With I Me. Power Is ours
    AND a picnic dinner was enjoyed. I at 3:30: last Thursday after when we give Our Little All to I HEcmmow > DKPNKIISIOJI
    daisies and
    roses and snapdragons yellow lighted The The bride' table was overlaid .
    Gladioli and leather fern centered lion at the Facevtlle God and accept Jill Great All for PROOF Rrssesosa.e.ae
    SPRAY CANSGuaranteed Baptist .. .
    predominating. family pew were designated b y with a lovely yellow and white I *l Hick K r t n
    the table. The attractively decorated The refreshment table which Church Interment followed In yellow pompom, nestled in yellow organza cloth, arranged with yellow us. The power of love I. our to rAHT-TIIR WORK FOR
    to cake end. Col the Hanna accept and enjoy but it II ADUKD INtOMBRpltafcl
    was on one Cemetery with the also I
    tulle and satin bows. satin
    was covered by a white linen cutwork yellow streamers and a garland .. ..
    STOP RUSTI orful summer flowers and shrubbery cloth, was centered by Clark Smith Morgan Funeral Mrs. Marcus Fender sister of of fern draped around the table. ours to transmit I ..!. .. ....1., w..per t.4 ,..
    surrounded the plcnlcen all white an Home In charge of arrangements.. the bride, was matron of h- nor. The table was centered with a Remember we bold within our I tab .... .. .... ......
    Mrs. Alderman was the recipient end of the arrangement table was the On one Survivors Include: two daughters Miss Judy Pittman was m ,01honor. handsome brass candelabrum folded hand the power of prayer' TKI,..._PVISIO. Ref.1...aweU. .. .../;
    I of IIftnyl.ll'ruJ and beauufu bowl from which Mrs. Charles Mrs. Clyde Dlckson, Outttahoochee Bridesmaids were Ulwvs beautifully arranged with yellow which Is dynamite that can remove Times .oU gift on this occasion. Porch and 1>f1'l. Gilbert Porch and Mrs. ElizabethBowron Georgia Brooks Nell Lawrence bridal flowers putts ot tulle with mountains There 1 Is a greatchange ..e ..... ..... tike .M.lii.
    of French Morocco, Africa and Martha Hamilton of Greenwood satin streamers. Crystal and within u* one short hour sad \*. ..1... Will
    CO. poured. ... ......... .
    The Florida Hotel and Restaurant ; one son, Sherrod McDaniel brass held spent In His It do with p. f ,rMt
    Cake served and Betty Olive of Bainbridge compotes nuts andmints. presence can .. ... _....,
    Commission Issued 648 new was by Mra. Steve of CIa ttahoorhee; 8 grandchildren Georgia A crystal bowl of punch, more than all the letter we writeto I T. ...11',. rm souse km
    Phone 627-7278 license to food service\ opera. Stanley! and Mn. A. L. Gregory ; 4 great-grandchildren; and The attendants were attired InIdentical encircled I with greenery and miniature our senator and our congress '111116." .r MUMUm. c...
    Horn April. Among these Dainty sandwiches, nuts and a brother, Homer Johns of the A..U..I. 1..1,. I...,
    Mainline ot desole nosegays was at one end
    Drive gowns yellow .
    peau ... ..
    mints were! also! on the table. men.The p k ra WMkljr. C Ht
    were S76 regular seating type Mt Pleasant community. fashioned with bell-shaped orhi! table and the beautiful handwriting Is on the wall, .. .> .. S4MNI.** tr ...!*] lTT .
    restaurants. The hostess presented the brie street length skirts. The sleeve four tiered wedding cake, with we had better all fall upon our I n nr. Hm.. ...... sere
    --- ------- elect a dinner plat. In her china New Pastor less bodice, styled with a sabrina swan colonadcs dividing the top knees if we want to keep soyeedom I I M*? will......* nmmmrtmlttftmrntt ....

    pattern. neckline wu trimmed with gold tier was at the other end. Floor fr which we are fast Ionng. !>. n<.t .fill..*11.t.. ..!..4nlr4. fall .
    I WE SPECIALIZE IN I Twenty-five guest enjoyed !th pearl pins. They wore matching vase of yellow gladioli and green All things\ are possible with IF: / ...11'''' fee tae lovely party. Wife HonoredRev. pill box hats with short veiling, and white caladium were used God. I 1 es ... Iwwr: avert.I.Hla.lp. .
    white wrist length glove and yellow at vantage points In the room There Is much talk ., ,... Rw. /._.el. if.I
    and MI'I. tee
    FRUITS Curt Conner atU:1\ s W..e. 1
    and VEGETABLES I Birth Announcement satin pumps. I Mrs. Harold Davis and Mrs. Godlessness of our age ..... 1.11I... ........1.. .. ...
    Lt. and Mn John were honored at a reception given The matron of honor carried a James Nicholson Intratueedxrte the better to light even a small candle peal.... ... ._.,. r.
    Quik announce ...... ........ ...
    Sunday evening In the church cascade bouquet of bronze to the receiving line. M 1'1. than to curse the darkness. .1 I. Se ,
    the birth of pompons ,
    a .
    daughter .
    I PEAS HF writ p1..N.r.e.
    BEANS John
    OKRA 'June IS at Washington General lounge by the Woman' Society and gold roses, showered Olive Robert Powell Jr. and Miss Each one of us should lay hold' ".. ..... ..r.....
    Hospital Washington, D. C She Punch cookies nuts and mints with satin streamers. The maid Joy attended the bride' of the : are ours Nil' THKNDII KNTE.rIlIlE
    Located In Old Ice Building has been named Carla Yvette. were! served to about one hundred of !honor bouquet was of bronze book.tastes Others Mrs.assisting In honpi- we will be I'I\o-m\ It c:1 ..eerie MC.MMS Hl4. '
    were W. B.
    I The maternal grandparents are members and visitor between the pompon and yellow rose The Mrs. R. D. Bennett, Mrs.Fender Arthur happen, even to America you I fl.rls.. MlMrartSTAY II
    hour of S and 7 o'clock. bridesmaids carried cascade bouquets know,
    CHATTAHOOCHEE. FLORIDA ,Mr. and Mrs W. W. Cobey clI I Jenson, Mrs. William Gephart, ---- -- -
    of yellow and bronze
    University Park, Md.Mrs. The refreshment table were pompons Mr*. Jim Ryals, Miss Linda
    "The Price U Right" ,I Mark Welch Munroe ofI covered centered by white linen cloth and showered and with yellow satin rosebuds streamers.Scariotte all Floyd Mis Cell-la Schack Mrs
    Quincy Is the maternal grea with arrangements of Edward Hamilton, Mrs. Roy De-
    I grandmother. white glad, chrysanthemum, Bennett, flower girl, kxiey and lof.... Bill Parramore.
    wore dress t'g
    a of
    shasta daisies yellow
    and organza
    greenery. a wedding trip to the
    with ;
    Rev. Banner Is the new minister She organza oversklrt\ Smoky Mountains, the couple will
    of Forest Hills Methodist Church.He carried a basket of yellow II make their home on Washington .
    rose petals and wore a yellow Street, .
    and Mrs. Bonner have two rose headpiece. QuIncy.M

    children Drew age T and Lyn I. I The bridegroom's father served The wedding was directed by
    u best man. Ushers were John .. Kenneth & Anderson ot Tal -c-1 SUMMER
    Mrs. Murray SpoonerIs Robert Powell, Jr. of Tallahassee lahassee.

    Hostess At Bridge brother of the bride, John Rich! FRESH
    I Mrs ard Johnson, John Frank SmIth/ Mrr. Curry Is Hostess
    Murray Spooner was Jr. and Thomas At
    Sterling Smith, Thursday
    hostess to her bridge club Wed Meeting
    groomsman, of Qulncy and
    Colorful Mr*. Horace
    nesday. summer flowers Curry entertained
    Wiley Robert Olive of New Or- '
    ,were at Interest points. Preceding inane La. her Thursday bridge club with a '
    'the game she served a dessert The ringbearer was William luncheon at her home. Mixed summer

    I Mrs. Ben Duncan was high score Bryant render IL nephew of the flower were at Interest ...with cur
    I winner on this occasion. brld.. points. Mrs. Peter Miller was a
    d I The bride given In marriage luncheon guest.Following SANITONS COTTON
    Mr. and M.... Robert H. Corn by her father wore an elegant lunch bridge was en CLEANING PROCESS
    ,way have returned from their gown of chanUly lace and parchment joyed. Mrs. E. C Love was a
    honeymoon trip to the Smoky taffeta, designed with a guest at the club
    Mountain and are now at home bouffant floor\ length skirt and Sanltone, with *mazta|
    I on Washington Street. QuIncy. Walteau train. The basque bodice Style SetS finish, w'6

    aura rrmDOJCT ot lace featured a Florentine neckline make your fine cotton

    acRAmi m accented with seed pearls THE took new again by replacing
    and sequins The long sleeves
    tratrkl ..!...d..test/w
    ....!.. MOM* p.ta. Apple ..lckmntmf formed calla: point at the wrists. the crisp finish often lost
    ITCH-MR-NOT Loess. The skirt of taffeta hi washing or less advanced)
    Could I have lost those papers? .IteM.. ._.tlwpss..fc>.. _.._.>. .ta.1.Mint. e...*.* overlay of lace scalloped featured at the an HRISTlAnSClfnCE dryctesnini. Color anal

    ...11... VIM fee _... Yalts. bottom and accented with a bow always be bright fabrics
    .. feet ..... ..... ..rt a" The detachable train flowing from
    ...a_ I. use ........ ,... resist w totoin Try our
    Met .t asp .r.. Mf. TOOATr. the shoulder was edged la deeply Senttone Orycleeninf
    Not if them in Safe a scalloped lac* with Dice small a
    you kept a r. M\Y DUO co. bows. The bouffant veil of silk specifically: for
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    aunT TIMES ptavcr. IUmID ._THURSDAT, JUNE 15,2"'W> :

    Tea Given For Mis. Mouric* Owens
    I T- KostoM To Bridge Club

    WOMEN'S l [ PAGEPersona Miss Laslie t Mrs. Masjntao Owens was ton;.

    lI&6IIHaniIC..*., whale
    if* to the TwMdajr morning JUT"iHe
    wedding was an event ef Jane U .A
    |was the kwptraltan for a beatre- \ belle dub this werk. ( '.
    boring item at soda nature on urged' to call fill lea oa WeteesdaJune 10' rful summer flowers. were at ul.I i inivi .

    Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 from 4 anal 8 Fiat at the I pnlMs. Plies were 'if,it

    hone at Mrs. Joan Lustsor. Tay .ton calls and sau .is. Dim.radMira. \ .
    Other hosteaam were Mrs 1Y 0 an aMnrhnrnt of <'link.I. .

    .... J. M. Tavtnr, Mrs \Iannmg Taylor a ea, reuse and Owe Colas were
    w vpV Mrs. fee Uarkhara. Mrs JJ "1'1'1I.Mra..
    p Ualia. Mrs. J. P. LasUa, Jr., J. PMier Willams sad
    Mrs. Htnton tulle, Mrs. Alva Mrs. Fred U May were hUH!
    } WftKia. Mrs. rrauk MoCall. Mrs row whelws. .
    r W. R. Thomas and Mrs. Louie

    Barlncau. 1 The bnauty spotH M win been
    The attractive home was a veritable Cr Oanhmi
    I r- July 15-1] when
    ik flower garden with outstanding 'niMM.iH. from thrnoghaut the
    arrangements of roars tr S. win wear their pntlort
    althw. daisies, gkHnaa zinnias outs hi the hope at being named
    maneoWa, roses and other colorful Miv s Smile of 'SA.
    summer Cowen at points cf ', j A I-

    / : -x a ,. interest The lining table which was REPRESENTATIVES from Washington Assembly NO-: 70 of CjMlncy are attending the I

    covered by an Impaled' cadent Grand Assembly Order of the Rainbow for Girls In laclteanvi&e. Pictured an first TRY CAMPING
    had end a
    ttnea ana
    five tiered salve .a l>errne oMaln- row left to right: Brenda Yates; Mrs. Lena Rhoades; Mrs. Lorle Cobure: Mother Advisor

    trig white noses, snapdragons, and Second row, left to right are Sharon Wall Grand Personal Page; lay Adams,

    pun poms. )From the punch bowl Grand Confidential Observer; Phyllis Spears.. Worthy Adrlaoc Patricia Pmiuuioie; L111.et1

    _. ... on the erher end at tie table, Mrs and Pam Cogqlns. Not shown 1s Anaella Brooks. Photo by Photo Studio & Dower ... :
    --- - ---- J. M. Taylor and Mrs. frank Mo- Shop.

    HOVS&TO-HOUSE RECRUITMENT PLANS far blood donors were mad by the JIIIIWomcm' << Call poarad. Party eatae, cheese
    House Tn. drive which It in straws and nuts were also on the
    Club at Jefferson recently. now
    table In silver and corn- Thrlr son Mark II slaying with
    Is being conducted to secure donors to contribute much needed blood to the Red tea, trays i Miss Shirley Jean Bivens Wed |Ma grandparents, her and Mrs

    Crow Blood Mobil. scheduled to be'lI1 Quincy tomorrow at the American Legion Guests were greeted by Mrs. [K. L. Morris while they are
    I Home tram noon to 6 p.m. The blood donated will be available at the Gadsden John Lewis Taylor and preeaulud To Rev. Lee Cohron
    to the bride elect and her mother,! Wilgurn Vtm they astute they will move
    County Hospital free of charge. Pictured from left to right are: Mrs. Don Brown president Mrs. Joe T. Uslte. their home hi Klngifnrt, TonnFtar irrn

    Mrs.. Fred Hodges: Mrs.: William McPherson, community affairs chairman; Mrs. Shirley the past felt we" k. they
    Sr- directed danbitie atdJMrs. HUd d
    L W. Doanen Mrs. Lucille Jones, executive secretary of the Gadsden County Chapter Mrs. J. P. Lass* r of Mr. .. have beea vtsttktf thrlr parents WORLD'SFAlROr
    of the American Red Cross; and Mn.1h L Maseey. Photo by Martin's Studio guests<< to the teem room.The Brvtns of tW Flckas Road EvanevUle : -I David Cohron, nephew ft the its and Mrs i. C Srrkirrt and
    bride's book was kept by ,
    bearer TamiiaiMl
    Indiana twrame all gmnm was the ring Its and bed It U Morris One "f the elWain
    M.'lnton Laslle. end t.h.l. P. bride ot the Rev Wllgura/ Lee I The Rev Mntric Cohron served Mr. and Mrs. Ed Perry and .r KsSlnMl. fart CM
    Bridge Club Meets LaaOa. Jr. It.. placid en a Onhnn son of Mr. and Mrs JesaeCohron I tan his brother's beet man 11III ('hip af tUrnhrtdue sjvnt Sun- fair Var*'"a (odor la salt -
    With Mrs. Goza perdona Episcopal table decorated wIsh nosegays of 00l N. Palatox Pens- limomamen sore the Rev Rich-;dny rwnlixi with rnlarKrs heir
    dainty flowers. cola, formerly of Qulm-y, ant Rambo, Dawson Snrlrig, ICy; Mra Harvey Bradrfiaw anti Il.a. M_ Flat Dim Thee*
    Mrs. MM Can entertained her Church Notes Shasta daisies, white roses and o'clock Friday evening, June\:'and George Connate brottief ol "ms Troy and Paul nf Alman4ta I. Ck-nty <,4 Rom mr UUIdreato
    bride dub at her home Tuesday blue arranged flawBWM
    hydrangea effectively The Rev. Ronald Aaltliy and i'the groom. Va. are "' 11I1111 her
    fwmoon. Colorful summer flowers Seaman Roger Schoneld arrived highlighted the living the Rev Robert Glaus performed John Fluke he hrkle's vnrVs Mr. and Mrs Oav A. I!,par
    were et fnt'alpnInlw In the Sunday Bight\ Iron Norfolk Va. to from 81. Tad'sI room. !the ceremony' at the Obit Tom- and Ulyn Qihmn the gronn'si wfll ha tore until TRAILER
    puly rooms. Preceding the pun visit his parent, Mr. and Mrs. can't help but express my The tnatessea. anesceted th pie Qiurrh .to EnstUa, M. The brother ..'IWdII""rn end'oandltUghters. Rnutnhaw. August, RENTAL
    the hostess served s dessert Lawkn Schofictd fur 15 days. He appreciation: far the fine )ob of honoree a -.. spuoa ts her church m'"* decorated with arangetnents ... I I tth. Ooitaln aAx-m II I
    punted them stayed tilt a snort I
    Winners ot high and low soon .has recently returned Iran a publicity given to the school for chosen diver patter* as a memento et greet fcra and Following the reresnonv, the visit MTB er CAIJ.Pbasa .
    received a bud vase and a cosmetic Mediterranlan cruiie and when he exceptional children! which operates of dill delightful eccaatan. geraniums. brliles parents enlrruiniti with I
    kit. leaves here July fIb will go to here at the church. We art celled nnismi a reception" In the Empire:: Fast MS 1.1111
    Porto Rico. all plowed with the progress it during Sir .Ppoblbdbo ... Nuptial morale was pro "|tot the Mantic Vendnm. Mlas licks] Foil ATIII F.I K'H: I1H1TMIR
    Mrs. Jimmy Jonas at Tallahassee .has made. Herein lies the moat by the Rev. Roland Uardnsr. organist Ii FoR \mu no 4(11001aras.a Wrtb r. O. nm IIIQulnry
    Rainbo of Damson Spring, Ky.,
    who is visiting her parents, Mrs. Ira Price has returned at the and Mrs. Roland Gardner, II .1..... *tt Ifs.seer*.
    Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whittle was tram a visit In Tampa with Mrs. meanInKIUIioQ Miss Parramore vocalist. was In chargn' of the tirfcle txxikVthw .. sill., t.. see b.slekyIu KU.mvn. .
    Price and! children. Walter heresy ot statistics In the tact the couple left on their. ".'- ... ..., Its.'.....,...
    fueit Betty The bride, who was given In ,... .. ..
    that the school has hardly frown wedilliui trip to points of Interest I. 11".1'. a a- ... ita.
    There are 11 players in this[and Diaries who returned home her father waa attired ., .,.... n .
    In numbers at all but that all Its Presents PupilsPlane marriage by In Swtli' rkihtla, Die brkla wore Ana wewssed. : Tittin AMDnt
    for vtett. ... ... .
    Club with her : a In a of white lace with S II 11 k. see bs I. as.I..pIe
    children have grown la capacity gowa brows and Idle lave tlrvss,,
    Mrs. U. 11 Mallard spent SUnday I s / .e.M/as. t't.4 .'viseWIN '
    KIT (1A1q 1e FOR
    and spirit. This Is the kind aproKress < an Uluvton veil. with ka. lit H 0M *
    aiahlung ateveaa | l
    >r rev
    The 1M4 Miss Florida World la Quitmim with her husband, that really counts pupils of Miss PatriciaPamunore The attendant wore fIPrcUa \<<... The newly-weds will Clllllnut'Ihrl' r>.... i...i .il.ri .i." ...._ I..
    beauty content' will be held at who Is a patient at Presbyterian Tomorrow June 14th Is the ie.i were presented at a and ,Ik* skis tar knur e OH'T al ID T hy Day, Web, Mantel
    dresses of yellow
    Cape. Coral June 1120. Winner Home there at the Nativity ot St. John the recital at bet home .. MU Pleasant pcaih work. trawling Accoiiiianyuig In eva11llt'1IIItk'i i, .'. l>. MIMCTO ,.. '
    : will Mr. and Mrs. Buck Register Wedneaday eversnf June .
    represent Florida ta the MIll .
    World weekend In Ortando. Baptist the great precursor dour 10, at Seas.Thos Matroa ot honor was Mi* Richard be the .Rev. and Mrs. ltlc-hard V
    pageant ___.Vent. the- Lord Most ol the feasts of pupils playing and their Pay Rambo of Dswaiin Rambo, all of whom compose Urn
    the Church's tar they Spring Ky. bridesmaids. were Gospel Lchocs Trio
    thelO' : aelectioas were as lioness: Roseam -
    have to do with Barm-It and Mia
    cy Beds, "At the Animal Fair" Mrs. Ron
    de (commemorating the saints "The Birthday Child," and Tbt Lottte Jane Thomas both of EvansvtUa -
    observe the date ot death as the Arkansas Traveler"; Gloria her tnd. Rebecia Cohron 1
    ii'sthe birthday Into eternal We. Because of the served as a I
    Is. "Swans oa the Lake" and The niece groom /J'JOlla I
    of the close connection between -| Man oa the Moon": Bobby Cannon junior bridesmaid. and was at- (
    the birth of our Lord and "The Casauns Co Rolling Urcd In a dress Mimllral to the
    that of John the situation Is reversed -| Along" arranged by John W. one worn by the talO Innate ,
    and we keep his natural Schawn "Aloho Oe", and "HugaBougie East was the flower girt and Mr and Mr. Those N. Balmy I
    Jr and eawRMers (Carol l'antelaand
    deceased The fact that he pre ," a duet played wish. Patricia I
    et taeivtlle S. C Kill
    our Lord also plays apart Parramore Johnson Amy ,
    firs, ; arrive the first. lor short visit ,
    In this determination "March Militate" "Whis I Mason Music ea a
    MEMO Now for just a moment let me pering Hope," "Little Lady.* and with her parents, Mr, and Mm i t
    WADE Into a GUY about something a VOI'aoIo, "Beautiful Dreamer." COMPANY J. Raymond lath They will /
    freezingseason he wrote. I need not name the ratreahments I leave the children here and (it to rr
    Following -
    him. I allude principally to the were served by Mrs. IL A. 11 L Washington Street New York lire the worlds Fair
    f tact that he supports and endorses Parramore. I Air a work They win rrftara hues e 1 !
    a view at be reUtfanahutiuf I ; PIANOS ORGANS and spend a wrii and be accompanied .

    the Church of England (ourparent Band Instruments hmna ay the (Ms.Mrs. .
    Church to tin church at Hospital ReportJune M. W fvy. erne bee aM.
    large that U maintained only bya and Accessories visiting... ana la law and denials
    smaller and smalkr group of er,. Mr. and hire H. U .Mrl
    '. June U I
    Roman Catholic scholars,, and AdmMans' Mrs. Joua Miihal- Homej PLt MA 7-6705 fur n-veritl weeks win lone Sunday
    which has been universally repudiated for Allunu' ta vWI tvlalivea.
    by all responsible Pre.Bnt Icy,.Master Cart Bnwea Marcef,, OK Man..... W.d. frLI 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bin .IMnvst tatt
    Mr* Bell W. J. .
    I ru and reformed scholarship. David BI stings. BaggeIL U I ,... All Iif oat children Marsha and Anhw aitapendlns
    I G What kind of a Baptist Is Wet Smith, Miss| liven Butler" Heirj.; ; the week at the .......
    There Is no doubt about Ut .Henry -- -
    r J. Barfield, )fit. Nina Bevls Mini
    began as a food man
    Cynthia day J. E. Suber, Harold
    and and ended
    a good king
    K. Lam Henry Chestnut E. II:.
    detestable In both roles, but It ls
    ChaUant. kin. Klncald,
    unassailable tact ot historythat
    an Mrs. Annie C Carman, Mrs. Eva M
    HOLDS he neither began nor founded
    S. Jjuten Andrew Kumegay, all
    t church. lie did not declare
    a new -
    Y of Qulncy Master Jaime Earl
    himself bead ot
    supreme | broRchn, Muter Gary
    i the Church in fcjigland he
    740 LBS. ; tpproprtated BragdonjMaster John K. llul>U,
    to lie wowa a right Mimes. TTWHTIM lutwiifit Parsers,
    which was already widely conceded :
    Master Fred Eugene Paeans, Mow
    throughout Christian turope )ranees Fade, Mrs. Laura Smith,
    the right of the ruler rather than
    May Dolan, Chattahixichee
    the Pope to name bishops, and to : Mildred Butler James W.KoUnsm ;.

    protect the Primates and Bishops Mrs. Mary Juhmnn,
    of England from exploitation by Greensboro; M.... Sarah 1L Stout-
    the papary to this end Partis klrs. Onto Sanders Hoe-
    root and Cm vocation (UUbups r.N *. Juanlta Copeland: Miss
    and clergy) declaim him to be Part Stewart, Kneads; Mrs. Annie
    "Supreme Ruler of the Church In Clay, Bristol; Miss Kimberly Robertson
    England so far as the law U Havana; Luther Faille,
    Christ doth allow," meaning with Mr. Pleasant; Mrs. IVetle Mc
    $37995 in the defined limits ot Canon Milan CraodrldKe; Mrs. Rita
    I (Church) Law. The Bishops and Paulette Morgaa and Mrs. Mabel. ladle
    clergy supported him In this aim Martin, Tatwand -
    "' almost to a man. though many
    t With at them! resisted him in ka... Umt KSXLU! J t didn't I mllic: how! mnfh Iii hire f rin .Thou they camels la itt Moiuaianti

    having to do with his scandalous Susann Woodbery, who visited look irtwnl fend eHswr th ktxtMt UM .! can la
    personal life. The proof of the them a few days. took their first good I mThcjr MW .

    Trade fact that there was no determinate Mrs. Ben Duncan eons Ben and America t..thtCar .! tie scar"Award wianrrt,..tks bcMlail Forts ner.T1uy MW can M
    separation from the unity of the Tom and Jack Monroe returned
    MM rent HWy Catholic Church during the yesterday from Orlando rehire smartly Myl4, M vuj u handle, M good h delve,'''they mad Uli the kit lakt rear In rwdMTltton
    reign U Henry VUI lies In the they went Sunday, to play to s
    7 CD L1I.Capacity taxi that It was. not until almost { tournament. hlittfj Inn before the Muslin. came tut.The7 MW Amcrlca'i leading performance cat

    Separate minter Quick-Trim Corplrt- forty years to excommunicate later that a pope an ttig-proceeded oAf. B. aneflded Blackburn a board and .JaceStrickland ...* -_.. a.pet Torque Ford (IIar't., ales up U\: ).Tluy law Amerlca'i

    ,esf famish User Hah monarch, Elizabeth L and. Ins of he State Exchange Cub ladearwaler most fam.iu personal loxorj car-Thaaderblri-Tvith sales (1% raw trL tits et
    Plus BiwIMn Tumbler LOCK, to demand the separation of English during the weekend. Pea ..e..alChevy
    3-Yesr Food Spoilage Warranty, Churchmen from the Established over bit jearl record.Thtj found ont why raltsa almost outsells
    Llft-Out Basket, DryWai Church.
    Handy Construction, package U and Valiant combined. And why FalrUac It a pacesetter F ORB

    Built-in Divider Quality.Seal,'-Tate Lid and < lefts ewe fkllOnc look can make jn fan loins with any tnc if

    personas CAItNet forl'i 44 '''' .A test drive can make you a fort lUll forerer. --..,_._._.

    Weslinghouse rNof
    Mr. and Mrs. Bill Munme and
    children have returned from a
    trip to Cotoraode and othe palms Put ,

    SUBER & JOHNSON Wflt The* Re* end Mrs. C Eugene

    West end children: came ep tan wire..,...... .... ....... .y w N.. :
    9L Petersburg Wednesday and 4 u es.fi
    "Your Town & Country Shopping Center" were overnight guests of Mr. and

    Mrs. Edward B. Woodbery. They
    2121 W. Joffonon QuIncy were accompanied home by tars

    I' daughter_Susan_student at FSU''II

    y v ,., Rat

    I con Influence others welsh my thinking

    Thoughts hove wings j I KODAK. eSL n r


    Spiritualist Medium and Dane Healer i :*/: I i Outfit ,
    t I*ofant loaf ,.tltctneejt.

    b iv* *"&). Nature I ., .auto font dtwu'el ; c-

    Ph means me saw Mri suns
    Do Ton seed MPtI NfIc b./.e.l Steeds.......,.

    I, enesaceir %efi pea.
    )*. are eortane with troabU e4 ...... that are net natural. I CM .-. ttrastsxertuus Ralph .. ..rWpak MeWreedat V ,
    ...a. Bed Lart aed )(aril influences. lUsnember I am a true PkysaE. eon we* .. Ae.May. SledIsere "
    power &fill a-win beep ,... fcdalscfcei ON WU. Durtc* many yean, af practice I have eis peeper has ....... 'I'on'I.
    braught together many In marriage' and reunited many woe ware ..,.,... l I Iw ,... Isilde ......sS-esi.eal. .. ...,..
    .. 1.0 a.spa read n..rin sarn ew..eaak Peed enab, Sergi Poe s..h. soe11k .ems.
    ... Ooea bad lurk seen I r- ks/aee AM.eei restsm4
    dlica+raerd. lid er k* dMrras, can > yea
    B ra are enheppy.Has .. we jws awe rJksavad? I can lei yos why I wtl M ra stir .-*..* .p / ..... led
    t.seas' yes end friends areandlthemjhMkivesi, tree en fa.... I locale M and vain, lad iveW sat tar ft**.

    Mur Uddea enemies treasures. I ..... wtaery nod ..... tOBf. CompUl Outfit $ 9.50
    Private and conBdroftel rsgle and enlerwt Inman-Johnson Motor Company, Inc.

    Ian: aMa& N .WBJSLSu tl.Aidng a>daya.leak .
    Incised to krr bawl I CROUCH'SRCZALL ,
    band sign. Permanent! \
    I mfles tar north name et an TaQahaasec. ITa. en U i. told Qohry Hey Beto Cburt George en Id fit West loUonoQ St Qulflcy.! Fla

    srs sees nestrs wt sw.n ae ale .... uses uie.srt..eu esfense,. s.. ness .ess-s IW
    Unwed .* tans see a..tJ. .

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    offset the current critical
    shortage of coin, some of the
    big food chain in the Chlcagc Too Late
    area an reported preparing U
    issue scrip.Unle .
    Uncle Sam comet up To Classify =-
    with an alternative plan in the
    meantime, according: to Supermarket By sassed Kay
    Newt, three Urge com There comes a time when your
    panics expect to be using tcrlp IT doctor thump you on the chest,
    about three month It will be listens to a one-way conversation
    ey M. WALUSKING issued In denominations ft 1 cent, with his stethoscope, wraps aminiature
    tire around your arm .
    five cents and a dime. '
    and pumps it up, scowls and "'
    I million
    ; One of: the chaint has mutter "Ummm
    being printed in anticipation -
    of iti seasonal business peak Then he stretches you out on a
    in November and December. The table and hooks you' up to a mechanical *
    tort of lie detector that I
    scrip will be used first pay.
    spokesmen listens In on your old ticket and
    ment for bottle deposits a
    COLE SUPER MARKET said. If the hard money tattle
    shortage continues, scrip will be Then h* looks down your throat
    used to nuke: change at checkout and says, "Say Aaaha," stick apipe
    counters. cleaner up your nose, look
    The scrip will be about half the at your ears with a pencil sized
    size of: a dollar bill. first issue spotlight and says put your shirt
    on and come into my office.
    date of
    will have an expiration
    4 Y rt April 24, 1965. Subsequent Issues But the news Isn't a* ted a*
    will have a life of 8 months. you expected. "You are in pretty v
    Each denomination will be !good shape," he says, "but you'll
    printed In a different color for have to cut out d&arettea.YOII J
    easy tdentificktlon. It is expect. take note of the squashed out
    59c ed they'll be redeemable in cast) bun in his personal ashtray and
    or merchandise. the package. of Camels In shut jpocket.
    Because anything! planned to) TT
    belied In lieu of currency must "If you have to smoke" he says, S
    meet requirements of Federal "try a pipe or cigar and don't In7
    laws, there' Dd certainty! at the hale." You would like to ask him -.
    4..yr FROSTY MORN moment the scrip plan will be about Us nicotine stained finger -
    and the in hla but ha
    put Into operations. The TreasuryDepartment pack pocket -
    has refused to give a i* bigger I than you are and hu a -
    cr horseback opinion" on whether' half dozen diploma hanging on
    the scrip will be legal. It hu the wall and looks a* stern a* a i
    PICNICS / asked lot complete detail and Supreme Court Justice, so you a:
    c will study the matter. say, "OK." Doc, bow much do Iowe 3
    you? J
    The dairy Industry and the, You stop at the cigar land in'
    4Ib. food trade generally will be keepIng the lobby and ask the man for a ,*
    a cine watch on development couple of cigars. "Sure," he says, .
    In threatened crackdown OB "what kind?" You hurriedly
    : the vegetable oils Industry by the study the price tags and point to
    ( Food 4 Drug Administration. a box labeled two for ISc.
    Did you ever try to smoke a
    FDA hu charged: that cm: _
    cigar after playing with nothing;
    ROAST Ib.35c turners word don't know the meaning and ol but cigarette for 40 years f It :
    the "polyunsaturated"
    is a real experience. I lit the
    has warned It may seize product dam thing and then Just about .k
    making or Implying health claims i
    choked 's death on the first puff.
    because ingredients cootatnSpokesmen polyunsaturated You wonder how guy a* smart if
    FRESH PORK fats. and clever as Groucho Marx and
    for some vegetableoils Winston Churchill ever got mess j'
    r processor have replied that ed up with a face full of cigar.
    FDA is unreasonable In charging You try rolling your stogy :
    they are using misleading labeling around In your mouth and before _'
    STEAKSIRLOIN 3ge and advertising. Labeling a you know it you have chewed it 3
    lb. product for what it Is, said one until you have a mouth full of *
    FRESH BEEF official, Isn't misleading anyone what ever cigars are made of and
    FDA support It* position with the juice starts running out of ;:
    .t a survey It made whlh it says the corner of your mouth. You 7
    or ROUND revealed consumers are misled by decide you bad better sneak into
    such phrase as "Ask your doc the men' room and learn howto
    LIVER 2ge tor" "Better for people's health," handle the cockeyed thing before

    lb. "Are y.:t concerned about saturated you appear in public. .-,
    fat," etc. That's where you meet the guy
    STEAK79c The situation result from pub with the pipe. You tell him your .
    Uo concern about cholesterol trouble and he says, "If you'rei
    Medical authorities have not yet smart Buddy you'll get you a "
    determined whether a dietary pipe and really enjoy smoking."
    STANDARDTOMATOES change from saturated to unsaturated So you throw away your halt
    rata can affect the level ol: chewed half smoked cigar and .1...
    cholesterol In the blood sufficient he..d for the pipe shop.
    f ly to prevent heart disease.In The man behind the counter .*.
    any event FDA has called greets you cordially. You.. .
    t Ill statement plain your problem and he seems ,/
    Ib.SHEPHERD'S :ttenrim l ru7.59, which downright sympathetic. You find
    said that you know even lest about ,
    "Anjftlslm, direct or Implied, pipes than you knew about cigars.You i
    In the labeling of tat and oils or have to consider sizes and ffi
    other fatty substances offered to shapes bowl and stems to say ju
    the general pubis that they will nothing of brands and blends. .S
    54ge prevent, mitigate or cure diseases The man reached in the show- ,r
    of: the heart or arteries, li case and takes out a pipe. Her
    false or misleading and constitutes 1 Ii just your style he says genuine
    misbrandlng within the brier and only $20. You start
    meaning of the Federal Food, to back off so be quickly comes
    MEAL 2 25cSWIFT'S Drug and Gosmetla Act" up with a $5 model so you take it
    Bags The big campaign to promotevegetable rather reluctantly and then spend
    oils and other food another $2 for a pedal\ mild
    COMO product with health claim to blend, plus a package of pipe
    TOILET capitalize on public concern over cleaners, a bottle of cleaning and
    cholesterol and heart disease a set of pip
    tools TheInsand
    started about 111 7. It had an affect book Is
    TISSUE 4 on consumption' of milk and free but you have wrecked a $10
    SHORTENING 49 19 dairy products. Even a low-fat bill and still wish you had Just
    Pack content egg wss put on the market one lousy cigarette. |
    Can to lure customers seeking I'd tell you my experience with I.
    foods containing lea saturated, or. my pips but that's another and [
    INSTANT COFFEE animal, tat*. sadder story. Guess I'll have to
    go back to core silica That'
    f I mentioned a short time ago I what I started on. .
    PENNY food trade report that diet Hunt- -------
    LUZIANNE 19 ley'* name was being used on the I Florida taxed nothing but prop f'
    w label of: a new brand of: beef for erty until IMS, when it began to .
    which the claim was made thatIt whet Its appetite for automobile. '
    contained a higher amount of related taxes by a P llocns fe< "_
    DOG FOOD protein and lower fat content than for cars. ,
    NOBOIL "ordinary" beef.
    It didn't last tag. Soon after
    the weu-known member of the Floor Coveringr
    HunUry.. rtnk1Py TV new team I
    BLEACH Quart IOe had Introduced his new product,I
    With Food rd.i charge of: bias were leveled at. blcha4lllt rermlo
    00 Huntley by some factions of the Ialal4 uaelram. rabbet
    13 $1 meat industry following one of his'II
    Cans program concerning beef Import vtsrlaarkCounter I
    and chain More buying.
    Huntley\ happen to be a beef Top
    cattle feeder on the side. I
    It was a "conflict: of: Interest"
    MAYONNAISE 19 situation and according to SuperMarket I Work _

    Merchandising it wa
    -- DAIRY FOODS) -- agreed the newsman
    @r tfiutley name wouldbe AD fJpee ,;-

    removed from the product and ,4SHEIFER.BLITCH
    promotional materIaL The beefs Expert Installation
    on the market but Huntley I*
    only on TV.

    3'49c An average' stud sea hare,' !
    CREAM CHEESE 25 which grow to a weigh of about ..
    two pounds will lay over 47. ,J.* "
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    Florida BY Hervrjr Agricultural Sharp,ExtamloaRrnlce Editor tj i! ii ltiajfirfE The NEW I

    June plant brideare- both like are ornamental beautiful ::i'i T ::.: ;1' &>C Green StampIdeabook 100 EXTRA STAMPS w.

    and slender when young, but are
    apt to change shape u they grow ';:;:,,' : WHEN YOU IUY ONt 4-LJ. SWIFT CANNED slc
    older. ,
    Some say that they can tell f:,:: >. Ham 4 h l ai
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    what their wife is going to belike I'' I
    30 years hence by lookingat
    the mother-in-law. Using this
    tip dart plant a slender young WE'VE IS
    ornamental until you scout the HERE
    neighborhood and see a plant old GOT IT
    enough to be its mother It there NOW
    is a tendency for middle age ,
    spread then leave ample too : : r .,
    between between the
    ltapt.; ---
    house The southern magnolia Is an _1.1J_ I -- W.D Brand Beef Sale
    example. With age it loses Its

    spreading&J'8CttuJIpI1&ht out. pose and begins QUANTITY RIGHTS $Ebad 8 sfcd

    This middle-ega spread can be- PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE NATURALLY 1
    : come a problem U there Is IK wm.elue- --eeenwew?
    room to spread. Planted too closet BrandSausage B I
    to the bane, a magnolia may
    damage the root or buckle the FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND

    foundation.So in selecting. plants for your 53 Ulffl Stomp with Totnow Chipped Steak. Lt. 79x

    homestead remember omamen Beef or Ham 3. It( .
    tall are like people they have
    sue,shape and color. Other quail 50 Extra Stomps with Go Brand SIRLOIN

    toes ot plants Include mass, teture Pork Sausage .
    and lines, according to Dr.:
    25 Extra with Oscar Moyer Steak LI.881
    E. W. McElwee, ornamental horticulturist Stamps .
    with the Agriculture Franks II.'. OMALLMIP .
    Extension Service. 25 Extra Stamps with Chopped, Shaped : BONELESS RUMP
    Selecting plants with proper size
    and shape is Important. To be attractive Cube Steaks. 10 i S .22 Roast. lB. 881
    the home the plants .
    and the lot must be of relative
    A modest-size home on a small TURKEY
    lot with giant.size shrubs make Roast.88
    the mortgage look cheaper than /
    It..Is. Land 0' Sunshine
    Around most homes, a few large BONELESS ROUND
    plants will look better than man W-D Brand Turkey ore especially
    small plants. So, plan your law raised to producebroader
    scape and plant enough ornamentals meatier breast. You Roast.88; .i
    to cover the area when they ,
    three-fourths mature and no get more mulct tender white LB. 3 9
    the size when planted. meat and more Juicy dark
    Color, other than green. Is on meat. Unconditionally guaran
    of the more distinctive qualities Lb.. 91 teed. Gr. Beef 5&TFROZEN
    of plants. Therefore, color give
    accent td landscaping.
    Warm colon-red. orange anyellow
    are advancing colors.They
    are useful in landscape LIMIT ONE WITH S5.
    work to decrease the apparent
    add welcome ORDER OR MORE
    distance. Colon t
    Reguler $6.91 vela
    touch to your home. '
    On the other hand, cool colors
    are receding and give the impression SamsoniteFolding FOOD
    of distance So if you desire ,
    to keep the bill collectors. REG lot EA. DIXIE DARLING
    away from your door try planting !
    cool colon -blue, green and Twin Rolls 2 :: Chair .
    violet Cool colon also make the MORTON ALL FLAVORS
    (house look farther back on the REG. 49, LITTLE DEBBIE

    the lot Texture house.This is ot cheaper plants Is than the moving coarseness Apple Delights Pkg. Cr. Pies 2 FS;=:'79/

    or x fineness is of mainly the ornamen the six, SAVE 5< EA. THRIFTY MAID .. $399 MORTON CHICKEN, BEEP, TURKEY HAM, SALISBURY M. LOA

    umber, spacing faotxttfs.type of Sweet Peas 8
    leaves,flowers and Texture Dinners 2" 79xROST :
    Is also measured by the appearance SAVE St EACH ASTOR
    of the leaves, such u dull
    glossy or dark. Fruit Cocktail 5 303 1ars WITH SIS' .00 WORTH 0W QUEEN STRAW.Berries.
    Lines of a plant are measured .D REGISTER TAPES
    by how it grows. Line Include SAVE 4< EACH LIB BY'S SAMSONITE S'Ps1.
    vertical, horizontal, arching 303 FOLDING .
    drooping and irregular. Fruit Cocktail 4 $'99
    Vertical lines like aralla nan- Table LlBBrS REGULAR OR PINK CONCINTRATILemonade
    dlna and saw cabbage palmettocan CRACk GOOD EACH .)
    be used to compliment vertical WITH |2S. WORTH Of W-0 9 & 99
    Bars 2 *
    of Fig
    lines a horizontal a building element or-to contrast like- B CASH REGISTER TAPES

    t low flat sports car. SAVE 4f EACH THRIFTY MAID
    If you dufc plan to buy a low .. .. .
    slung auto, then plant seven P-G Drink 4 S?I'I '
    Pfitzer Junipers. They will give \naw ,il\iI'IMiE'\ ''lI"qbII'MII! 'iJ':! *
    ',< the same effect and will be cheap-
    c er to maintain.
    For Irregular lines try planting I EXTR.i'
    rplrea or the Japanese privlt If .N2
    you like depressive moods, then A M Mew w SAVE llf BLUE OR WHITE ARROW
    set out Jasmines and powderpuffs.These rI .w0 f.... moan
    plants are said to have SOUTHIKN 'UU.f

    drooping lines.Regardless Stuffed. a 481.
    of what plants you tot THRU JUNI a, Detergent :

    Bee In your landscaping, IaII'the ......wow.MVM _
    spacing before you plant.
    will prevent backaches later when SAVE 7< ALL PURPOSEWesson
    you dig and move crowded omamentals. EX r1 I

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    Social Security I "_.,...... Ki -I
    /peW }flee d
    InformationMany SAVE ALL
    Coos Teen JON.I' lOt PURPOSE ,

    Big Bend area people are ...... __.
    contused about social security 24

    Walter disability Kehoe payments District according Managertor to IEXT Astor Oil 25x '.[Vi LARGE HEADS

    social security Tallahassee I
    Many people\ think disability payments uhf GREEN Lettuce 2 29xIWMT
    are made In case of partialor .w resew..w w..w. ASSORTED FLAVORS REGULAR OR LOW CALORIE CHEK
    Two P. IaeaewLAM
    pointed temporary out that the disability.disability Kehoe must Cheese eeiC Cake MT i JUICY SANTA ROSA

    be so unable severe to that work.it makes Too the a person disability ;, .l, ....Tree Juwt tfrw Chek Drinks 15 1. Plums. Z9x

    must be expected to last ......www..w .
    for a long and Indefinite time or _
    to mult In death. In addition, -- SAVE TOILET TISSUE Umit 2 with $5, order or more LARGE, JUICY HMIANLimes
    the disabled worker must have .

    five credit years In the social 10 years security before be work Is obi w GREEN r ww w..w.5 DeIsey..2 ::: 19 DOZEN 29/

    disabled. Social security\ disability ; ... .
    Twe |L* P 11
    checks don't start with the McKINIlICut u. I VEUOWOnions
    first month of disability. Kehoe ( Com Ido..I
    explained that there is a six SAVE 8< EACH LIBBYTomato
    Coos TMW Jms STmei
    j;; 5 a 39UMMWIMMeiSII
    and dine.bitty l
    month waiting period /
    payments start with the ..,...__.
    month following the six month Juice 4 1.

    Dim waiting lor period.the waiting There Is period.no pay- L,

    Like social security retirement I 4"J GREEN
    w r- wiser
    based : .
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    wonT or
    past work. Generally, the disability :
    payment equals what the CandyVM .." I
    worker would recrtve It be were srm
    said the := JU..t1rIU. IOVIJ
    retirement age. Kehoe ... I
    social security office gets many ,
    questions ot disability about' the required.type of evidence He :! ia

    explained that the worker'sresponsibility I + '
    tofu nishh proof of dx GREEN .
    his dllabillty. When he claims disability w.r-w..w wrni.e.nw. : --
    payments he Is given a ,.-. i 12,000
    _._ CASH1
    medical report form to be com 'AI.11" _
    4 -
    pleted by his doctor: or by a hospital ( Ant Bomb I ,y M 50.5,5..00. _...
    where he has been treated.T1r td e.M Ins Jew arm -. -

    then Social reviews Security the medical Administration evidence. ...___wr SHOWBOAT STANDAt UIIYCorned MAXWIU HOUSICOFFEE ASTOR

    They also take the disabled -
    workrfs, and tduratx.l.sklBs .Into; wor1c.xprreJIce. aTJee *- [ E> Pork & Beans TOMATOES Beef COFFEE

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    : booklet Chat wr .wwr.
    copies of _, .
    explains disability requirements. raACe.M 1'. .df0 Pe..1. 1
    la detail are available at 0J Family 51 9 39 5'9
    The w.aSoriAJ TananaSoM.U S<<'W'UJ tf)2) ; +rnr, CM0 Taw,Jew aT.55N ? I ?

    Office .ki at KM W. Jefferson ___ I
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    from 0aII
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    iNews-Views of Gadsdens Colored People;


    Zeigler Rites Sing Planned At' .v.. A Graduation For Annual Water CROSSWORD _

    Held YesterdayFuneral New JerusalemOld Adult ClassesThe Show Is Held I.Walt ACROSS 1. Boa's garden tt'. '

    tot !Ih* late Mr Jcrewlem Missionary Bapist tint graduating exercises' The Annual Water Show heldat ben-irapu Compass* pti&

    JohnntejIrr' wU oonductw Church, Havana will be the C of the Adult Education clauses, of the Jackxon Heights Municipal I.FIsh hook point tona '
    from ML Ctamrt PrimlUv. Bap we of former member of the Oarler-Parramore and NorUmlde Swimming Pool wa held Friday I.Blip (abbr ) 21.Weight ,

    tilt Church, Wednesday. IMP Florida-Georgia Singing Convent- High will be held Thursday evenIng evening, June :20 commencing al, Stacasa I.Crammed, 22.A. Jonr ,j ,

    ,n, He died at the KlorWa, A an. -n, The program will be held: June 25 1 p m. at Carter 6:30: p.m. Approximately 100 per moldIngS ploturs .** for time
    Hospital. 12:01 am today June 28 2 p,m. A general Parramore Hleh afetorkim. tons wltncM the third annual .IWI24, French
    M University 12.Melodies" S.BIblIcal, I
    June 19. The ('('ca od aCt wtto ivllallon It extended to the pub- : Mr Ret. Wright consultant In event, which was participated bj 11.Of ..... king river I
    Thomasvllle. Ga., moved ben <' 10 music loven In the area tome :: Civil Defense, Department of <
    erveral yean ago. lie >. wel tornwr and participate: in honoring Adult Education Stale Depart. which included from beginners\ 14,Future J'nIhmaI&* IM4eP Las..
    known In thli area having am le singers in the Fla. Ca. ml'nt, Tallahassee, FlorIda will Ibm advanced swimmers wai pre- ...t tfp cap 2C.aad4la

    tacted through If occupancy. linking Convention deliver the eddrew II* will be 'ormed. The Master of ceremon- IL Beat! t.Condescend part
    he operated and The program U designed 10 be introduced by Mr. Wallace Skrov lee Vernon ROB informed the U.Forward SLice .b1cle1 tI. J&aIaW $1.S4.Yoottssa iwift

    Several years Carrawayi a great hgmocirnlng altolr, for 4 ooronalor of Adult Education. audience that tome four day be- 17.1'004 &b II.Lonr. 21.V_ _
    _AI an employ at Jie linger ai well a members able well I
    The graduating clan numbers ginneri were to prefrom ll.Pan top tile
    ihoe repairman $4Amasiesg
    Shoe $IDrr. *. a Jf the ,church The Local of the Amerl
    Chapter 39.Derrtnger
    I LI, eight from Norfhilde and ten pillow
    He pomeised a hiendly dlnposlt The Singing Convention li called from Carter-Pmmor High. I can Red Crosa Society 1 I. ipon 32:BIrds as Z7.Th. heart 11.= $8. =:'

    Ion. by many the fore runner of The line of march will move In surer of the program. The program a alas.IL -
    till fralcrnlat wnl1tCtlonl In. the present Choir Unions, In the shoulder I J 4 : t
    at T:45 p,m. with Mn. Edna Hargrelt plays a great part
    eludii. a member ol the Good Mn. Queen E. ford a member 4,: Dtrectreu of the Adult Department -wretlon. safety, and general bouquet .4
    Shepherd and Knights ot Pythiani. ot the New Jerusalem Miw- at the piano. Following entertainment' for the youth 21.ScrutiniesILLUr. 'I

    onary BapUat Church I ia apon- the opening welcome! will be extended Northilde P.T.A. In cooperationwith ( a rlOBImpIetg
    A ihort PI'OiraJ1pJ'tCedPd the BOrer of the program : by "' 1'1. Thelma RoblnlOll.a the Board of Public Instruct. f r----j I

    tulogy. presenuUve. o( order A brief history of the Fla-Ga. member of the senior Has, tot ion. Gad cl"n County sponsored >+ -
    appeared on program. Convention I will be gtveo by Lewis lowed by a number by Mn Shirley swimming lessons for the youthof ,

    The aurvlvor are: Mri. Mollle McGrllf ot AtUpulgui, Ga, McGlll. their ichool. Thli certainly U lLclraasa ,.. '7 '.

    Zclgler, wife, Earnest Zclgler, Senior members of th* adult a commendable project which l $2.Orsaic$3.Blg r
    eon New York Harry of Ft Women's Day graduating dial are: Mn Viola i should be followed by other P.T A. 1"I'" rh n,

    Pierce Jamei of Brooklyn N,Y., ; Voodson, Mre. Letha Harrison and organizations. h "

    and GUI Zcluler, Ft pierce, bro- ,Held At Bethel / "'rI. Annie M. Butler lUre Shir- The following event and partiilpanti prejudlea / .21 ... :
    thenMri.. Llla; Zelglcr and Mr. Icy McGlll, Mn. Shirley Canldate, were Included: Breath $&Op.ritlo
    Roberta Day, ilMcra. I haflsl j o "'rI. Gene Gadiden Mn. Maggie Holding: Larry Burn and Anita song ns '/ .II "

    Interment was conduced In Women' Day WM held at Bethel Manuel. and Mn Pitney Cham- Williams; Rhythmic Breathing: STRaits _
    Smith C.nieler'tmsni4sckaon Baptist Church at Chaltahooitne I 4, ben, all from Northalde High. ,iernardette Campbell and Kay $e.Flsh: u ,JOt I ...

    luneraj Home in china on May 24, 19bt Mn. Sallle rieldi, Mrs EloIse lolax; Prone Float: Powell Wood. from a boat3e.Apo.tin -
    for' the pre- (!f'nlnJt B. Davis, Mri. Eloulse Creel, Mri berry Jr. and Craig Betsey; Prone JJ I'ot '/.1. o.

    Mri. L. L. Ada Cowart Mri Thou K. Robin- Glide; Patricia! Albritton and IIYII'1 ,. I
    Quincy People ChrlRlell Wllllami. ton Mn Alealn Scott, "'ra. Ruby Bevu'y Bradley. Bark Gild: .

    for the main event Down Vlneatee, Mn Sallle Carter Michel Graham Wan Bower and Betes. -- -
    : -
    Back from VisitMn. Alice M Jackson and Mn. Evelyn D. Car- Mellow Curry: Back Float: Ettelle 42Piot up II' I : : I

    S, Butler. Miss Ida Nine ter-Parramore. Price, Pauline West, and Juvan- .T
    Josephln W. Carter and chairman and I I The Junior dana, adult educat- ala .1 onl'l. s.== I IJ.&Irq

    Soother, Mn. Minnie Wilson were ChaIrman down the Ion of Carter-Parramore and Kick Glide Front and back;

    recent Visitors In Tampa, Fla.While The total '' G*. by a Northalde entertained memben of runHnl* Moore Marilyn Camp

    there they wen the hotue program $? June 21. he senior clan, members of the bell Rudolph Myles and Michel I

    guests ff rpr, Mn. JamesFloyd i The money !' all In the' acuity and guest, Tuesday even- Graham. Finning; Moriii Powell
    of x Street. Mn.
    : \
    brought Nathaniel Cunningham. Combine
    to Hart the
    Floyd It Mm. Wllmn'i niece and Burn lo the Stroke Chris and ....brln June
    BelhH Mlulnnary ; ; ,
    )lrl. Carter' I
    mean for two and James Anderson. Combine
    Rev. N. r Choir UnionIn
    While there Mri Carter and %
    I. the pastor of Hawk clobbered back stroke; Charleston Holt Jr., I
    mother were the reclplenti of In school at to make him be And WinDed Nealy. Turning! over ,;,

    many aortal courtesies extended cal Seminary at pitcher of the Meeting Alice Moton; Swimming Stroke: :
    by relative and friends, They (
    ,. winner Will Alfred Johnson Single Trogen _
    51 IX week course I I. : :
    'were taken sightseeing! In and .
    telhol. The After rellefing Quincy Choir Union Four. convened Rawn Stephens; Double Trogen,
    round Tampa, It. Petrrabul'l.and both he and the Slater did nut Sunday June 21, 1 pm. at William Wilson: Breast Strokes:

    ClMrwaler and went extremely fit from this but one hit. They Tanner Chapel A,M.E. Church, Charleston Holt, Sr, and Charleston p .
    : Impressed with 'the manysitracttoni run ai Chaplin Henry Shoemaker was In Holt, Jr. and Charles Haying '

    particularly the beautiful couple of Hawks charge of the opening ceremlnei, Charles Ramo, life guard at Talahassee ,
    and fabulous Bush Garden Surprise will be holt to followed
    by welcome extended by Municipal pool was guest
    other atlrictloni recommend-
    county cous- the host choir president. and
    preform diving ituntt.
    rd In famous tour and vacation For Mrs. Knight of Quin President Ruth D. Porter preald- :

    BUldri.- 2S at St. John' log express thanks for the reception
    Worthy of note 'were the two Mrs. FrancisTo
    hand to
    on aee
    given to the twelve choirs
    swank parties given In Mn. Carton Mn Pearl : DavIs andliom of the
    ; union. She further extended
    ed at
    and Mri Wllion honor recently
    will when the Give AddressThe
    Annie Lou Houston thank to the president of union
    There were one the International for the first officer. _
    Inn and the other at Hospitality day party given by
    Room of Ichllti\ Brewery, Mn Willie Ma All choirs blended their voices women of Oak Grove A.M,
    honoree Will lured I In ilnglng the opening election, E. Church Old Mt. Pleawnt. will

    by Mri. Houston ( I 'Jeiui Keep Me Near Hie Croii", observe Sunday aa their day, Sun
    Arnotte Church en the longest walk I I Tanner Chapel the host choir rend- day commencing with Sunday
    taken red their tint of two election. School.

    lists CalendarThe The Each ot the choln followed with Mi i. Ruby G. Francis will beth
    t :\tM-: ;:
    Author sefwtions, old and new gospel featured speaker lor the occasion. >
    itt, Mn. Bernlie I B. Church offl- election Mn. Francis I I. a member
    Young Women Auxiliary ol Ruth Livingston and congre The total /collection from the of the faculty Carter-Parramor

    Arnette Chapel A.M.& Church lola, Mn. Floule of service union members was f270J&. Ugh School serves u an English
    net It the home of Mr. Stevta Lclell Mri. at the Middle business
    The next ot
    Chirp, meeting Instructor She li alto a member
    t Wllllami, Mn Florence Caidwell, and Duane, Mn. Baptist Church the union will be held Friday ot Arnelte Chapel( A.M.E. Church
    chairman In charge The meeting Mn. Luree which before the third
    evening sunday, and a chest leader. Other avti- '
    was held last evening, T-30 p,m, Wood aunt of tlie P. B. the musical aim
    I : : : i and program will cities Includes past preildcnt of
    and was well attended by mem- Willie M. r e, Fla Rev. M. convene the third Sunday af Oak the Iris Garden Circle, an li an _

    ben the honoree and Rev. T L, Crave A,ME.: Church. aullc member ot the Zeta Phi -_ _
    Superintendent' Bra y.. Alexander -In later. Mt. Carmel will
    Beta .
    and Joseph Long Sr., an- The Sorority.The New York World' Fair gives\ Anerlcin *a oppor.
    nounrei that Sunday Sihonl will Dodger Nine Guest Superintendent( will tHBity to ,vraa. grass root International diplomirr L
    en, Waldoff aalHil will begin with
    be Mrs Authle She 1
    Zeigler will IHoevtr
    : wlikout stepping foot ovtnna, according to Hrrbtrt W.
    1:30 officer .
    commence : am. All rolli, cake, punch I 9:30 a.m. with
    have a staff of visiting teechere.The Jr, ckairmi and preildtnt of tine Hoover Ceo
    and members to |
    are reporton eryone 'Jlpl'l'Ul-d In charge. Whips Pelham morning worship service

    The time.morning aervlce will commence wise delirious will begin at 11 Eddie Jene "Blue" Weston shut will commence at 11.30: am. with Fair
    The honoree'i and usher board Rev. Ellen Walker in charge. The Seen As OpportunityFor
    I 11 a m, Rev. A. H- Hunter ed with a pink : the day. out the Prlham Pirate n the
    opening hymn will be lined
    minister In charge lie will be ... Vidgeri swamped the Georgian by Mrs
    work labia cloth will bring the
    Ruby B.
    Washington. Selection St
    aimed by Reverends Campbell IN. Grass Roots
    lovely Diplomacy
    Stephens choir, Scripture, Mntola .
    McMlllon and Carrie JackanaRevu Weston pitching his Bret game
    ,ron, and other will begin at
    A. 1L will ot the II'lIOn. Weston becomes Davis. Decalogue, Mn.Janle .
    Hunter bring the
    The birthday Dlggs Crass Toots intirnatlonal correct tntt-Amerlcn felln
    Missionary offering.Solo
    menage.The placed on this t. will be In the tint Dodger pitcher to pitch Mn. Ora M. Bridge Introduction diplomacy U a "cirwr" that In foreign eountrtti."fiifortoiittclr .
    Senior Missionary Society was while trimmed at St. Stephen a shut out. lie struck twelve of thousands *t can It I* true
    will meet In the church basement tad several while Sam Mann hot Pirate out allowing :2 hIts In T Jackson. The speaker Mn. Margie pursue ibis year without tup- that Americana abroad sties
    4 pm. Sunday, Mm. Beulah! Bryant After dinner the and two-third Inning The game address Mn.. Frandi ping toot oviritai. have the repntti fi for twIn
    entertaining.Prtildcnt ed the many lovely welcome at was called *(tr lbs seventh because Invitation to jollll'... MnAuthle A perfect MtUng for lbs big lf-tnttrd, and cold" ma
    Joseph Long Jr, announce ceived. The of rain. Zeigler. Offetory Mrs.Mary opportunity ta elimlniU I much llonver, who. eompief d,..
    ; group The had Morris, Mn. Ella McMlllonn. of our "iiglr Amirlran" Image trihultt I 100 countrirl
    Uiat the ACE. League motion picture, Dodgen plenty of aup. *
    will commence 5 p'm> All pupllian ord and dlicuulng port from the players led by Earl; Ruby Johnson and Mn Katie abroad li the World1 Fair in and operates plants In 11
    Smith. New York.
    asked time, Hurry, and "Tug" ,Simmoni Countries,
    to report on Mri.V nf how to
    Dinner will be served following Herbert W. Hoover, Jr., a "This b attributed t.
    can *
    for 3
    In Hurry went Including
    long, dlrectrem charge. a
    the Mn.
    mnet. : lbs close of the aervlc bmlnti>min who lore thou. the ovtrhMrlitr attltud ofrelatlvtlr a
    Evening worship will commence surprised and ih* f."e' to 7 home run. Johnny "Tug" Sim sands of milt each year 'la for few U. &, tourist
    I p,m. Choir 2 and usher board 2 I'hli, I thought mon went 4 for S drove a too ft. sign tr -'l, pointed out, after who looked down en anyone

    I will\ serve throughout the day. resting me funny. I swamped homer over the flnce- Weston Church GroupAt inspection ef the Fair, that Alaa they gave th* Impression

    Sunday School board' meets, Mon.deiy city rivals, 2> aided his own caune, with 4 for thousands of United ftUUa. cit- that the U. 8. stood for notion
    130: p.m. Official. board ef 1 performance, Alan -bo" OutingThe tens will rub ihauldtn with but rnontT, materIals an*
    meets, Tueiday 7:30 pm. Pi'ay- 4-H Boys pitching Woodard DI'don kept hIs hot bat ai usual thousand ef tortlgn Tlslun *t immaturity."Actually.

    I 'r meeting Wednesday, 1:30: p. going J for S at bat driving In I the hair.ow. Ihet. mkaiua
    m. Wrdn.. dlly. Senior choir re- Go To pitcher went the RBI which Included a inside the member of the Senior America cia crests tort .f III will were In the

    I hearse Thursday, T p,m. ::: I = i giving sensed up park homer. Auxiliary Board Mt. Primitive the true lnnf er .ant\m\ minority but still tll., ere
    Baptist Church and for these aera.sa taiUri, aleS
    The Dodger are scheduled tonitst gueit wereentertained IB ugly Image *f the
    Annual 4,H & one or more the ilrong Sylvester G*. by President Em said Maine,. ,....'... and avertie AmerIcas I Her "it

    I Womens Day Set leave tlie I I *, Mutes Thorn nine Sunday 3 p.m. at Dodger Cooper. The affair a bead party "..14..1.1 lbs waeld.knaws the lair 1 k* .haerted.

    Office, 111 South Good. Bry Park The alanding. 10 wIns, :2 was held at Money Bayou near elertrleal applIance* asses(.(- "Americana from all walk
    At Beaulah Hill Quincy/ at 7:45: a Steven also tost. Port St. Joe. was held Sunday. tinr. Tk* HeoTtr ('e.pasp. art meeting their oversea
    camp at Due Lake I the Pirate On A moat wonderful time war experienced "There I* aa *pp" .rtltykr equivalents.Thevcii ** I
    iinservatlon Camp Pirate journ for penplo-tn-p..pl. dl- more than the whole Slat

    neeulah Hill Missionary Bap- Cnroule atop will and defeated Mt. Zion Church trig In the In blue iwunmlng water o and the dull mad- (,,,..., with Ktnftmi and. Department t. cell America,
    ( ken rather this tk bmllW
    Hit Church Gretna will hold Hi Vrryland Zoo, the pitching 'in ky shewitf our way *f lift
    A delicious dinner of fried chk-k
    eperatmg area ef enr- it It really I I.
    I annual Womtna Day with Program. (where group will : ; Jef Lists Calendar en, rolli. potato chip, pea and seas diplomatic .nirtr. "The World' Fair In New
    commencing .Sunday busts
    Sunday, om and sic pitcher
    rice, amorted drink and cakes "And. It rae be much morerffwtir York provide thIs
    Rhool, and terminating following attraction), ROM Plratr but was Thunday night at 7:M p. mirmyer and Ice cold watrrmruun publle relation for wit,." Hoover added. "I opportu plan U
    I the } p'nv program. the Indian '"" -. Outstand meeting Friday night Rev Mrt Cooper expren pprcit America at the p.oplt U"l," take advantage .f the
    Mn. WUlle Lue Francis well expectIng to arrive Oleater Bryant lenry Cooper and his church, St Ion and thanks for those JII'I'I'OIIIthai Hoover prvdleteH.Cenrtrned ta mk trends with epporotinily all!
    known Inalructor of FriendshIp at 9:00 pm., :: :: Charles Dewl. Paul of Grelna Ft*.. will renderservice. loyally supported the affair with foreign epln- the vleitors from abroad I rae
    Llementary school will deliver the GiKt (k annual message.Mn. I with Columbia .. June were m. members and trienda are Thane attending 1111'11"": leans Itching abroad, Hoover rolnf U the Fair I will' do th*
    j Francis li a member of Auntie Isaac I played a ip
    Amelia Chapel A,M.E.: Church. I lent county agent I .* has a frao- Sunday at 145: am. Sunday Herman Moore, Mr*. Nancy poil! dlplol1l.,," that wouldIIlm' foodwlll right here at bare

    The guest Superintendent, Mrs. rector for grump .vtcI during the !School with Deacon King In chargeKing ion Mr. Daisy Davi. Mri *
    tlhel: F. Stoke member ofAnltoch Slcplieni and Hill tigers AMXATHM i.etit'i'ou1tcIg.Id
    a i It asking that all atudrnu bud Belford. Mr. and Mn. Joteph ruraTAwnYAllanla
    Chunhlll iRtlng Ixhi ') briar
    Mlsatopary Baptist be on time. I 1)1.t ihe .
    Belford and ann, IiCptJ/If'IIa and 8o r< r County C'0..
    .' serve ai superintendent.The chided. are; Group : < I home Sunday at 11:00: the arrmon will Mr Emma Mn.LuruVn Having the hiccup sl..t l ..e.rs.C 0.01.* c...,,..
    morning aorvlce will commence I III forestry ", be delivered by the patter, Rev'Jeremiah Carry for 10 month, "' .... Lucy McDonald ..... wilt ke. le t..Men .1 lie
    I control I Johiuon. Mn. Maggie WUon. baa decided aha will .'. I* ... (........... I* Qls.
    at U m. with acting ; water and just
    a Sr.
    Mr*. Uate Larder Mr*. Iris I". florl** M T......' July r.
    Beanie In rharge.St. Th. afternoon will hate to live with them. The 3S- .. .
    pallor. llobbney Held The Junior choir and junior Canton, Mr*. Bernlo Cranrni.Mn. t liee A. M. for ih. p.r.
    .:. Stephens Primitive Baptist marily for ushers will sorts throughout tile year-old mother ef 1 children loll .. er hwinii enmputnte. at I*
    Mr. Mn
    Lillie and
    church choir will furnish tousle whIch include day. her JOB at a wall,... because of,islets' assessed kr ,... Tai At
    I Miller Charlie Smith and Mrs. Laura M nn tk. 1144 Hull
    the I km, horseshoe the hiccup On an average aha
    for program Evening worship will begin at Underwood. IT.O"R are liivlle t* .i.nlx th*
    The Church Youth Speaker will mil, basketball t:30. All memben are reminded blecupsoll time to tile minute.Dm 10 < ,* wh.lh.r
    i t.IIUI'IIIUI\a1rnovlra: y tie Mill Alice Xumhlln. She will flip Mr. Jim that Sunday la rally day. Each "
    ,. ..rI t. ..,..,.
    I t>e Introduced by Mill Emma In the evntlni \ wee conducted member I* asked M are their Antioch MB i iCongreM I Lnwtx pars. en.rag

    I Wright. night. Agent Funeral captain and fullbll their obllgattoe. has been asked by SOASli "y C'OL"1'ITT cow.Mtea.negni .
    Mt. Zion Junior choir Quincy all members. have Ke died al Roll will b* called In the evening Church News the Secretary of the Treejury. ntr'eOtxCotNTy
    will fumlah mule for the DOC- Any .... er that June FLtlRIDAAD.
    I 30. wrv'rl.St. Dougla DILlon. M rain the temporary .: Jose 10. II tl
    lon, Followlnf the opening aelect-I pertinent \ I a native at federal debt ceiling from
    Mill Annie Brioaon will otter mi the office. Ill Mr*. EUa Mae McQueen wBentt'ain IfOT'-C.-
    Jon Florida Ira
    emmett AME members pmrnt WU.000,000,000 lo XOT10B to .....ky come. tail
    Invocation Selection choir. Scriptore roe St. In pcraun or employed by James and fr1t'nd8of $000.000,000 lor the coming ...*.. la. tftk.rtty eC ... ,.
    Mlu between I a nv and burner Com the Senior MMoniry Society fare yew. It Concrete dne nile, xHBtllaac wIth, ta. *-*"'* ..*
    Iuet t Mime CIItl"lanJ'p 'rIdI "" WM retired Church News Thursday T:30 p m. at home. act to hiM the debt Unit, the .t a eti.. It-It *M ......"
    -11 .* Ik. C-MI
    Saturday. 10 am the Sunahlne (At al (wets.
    ,I Valarle tagta. Offrtory, Mrs.Ruby )"era. H* wan Matutory limit oa the debt win .,
    Hospital 550*e. City Q.tw, rivrMa.la. .
    I Service at St. James for Sun will meet at the church, Mn
    Ilury, Mn. Dorothy Brown around act- revert to ins permanent level of city: OaiinlMwa .t eelS Clif
    t Mn. RadII Hayea and Mill Betty the city. day will be conducted a* fellow: (Ethel Stoke In charge. $3OOOOOOOOO en June SOils 1 will aims l a public ....rI.* at
    Bush. AJmlukMia r Sunday School at SiR: a m.. MornIng Supt. PercheS Cainey announce I M .'ct.. P. M. as the Illk 4arol
    June 23 (Dale survivor an worship at 11 am. Evening ''that Sunday Sttaoi win commence I Jute, 1M4 at Ik* city Mall MQutacr
    close ..
    Junior Missionaries ( very, Sr. fri worship al ( p.m. Th youth choir 1:30 am. All techcn and pupila!COLD CASHLa of,I.rtorMa"kcIaskls tOe.. aeaUraIIM (.r _-
    wynn city
    Serphnnla Smith, and uther board no. 2 will arrv late salted to report on time.Th i clal s........ .. t,, roaetract, sal
    Plannlag M"t Louise Virginia throughout the day. I Ulaatonary Cabinet wQ Vega. A hungry thief ass arcaay a tamtwr parS enfutlawtaq Ik*
    raided Mr '
    The Dlitrict Junior Missionary In*. Sophia .... n'. RevS I. P. Bradley win netsisen'stesatSt.Jameswiday meet Sunday 3 pjn- at till chorea.I and Stella Hortoai tcebo denerhb.4 pemkasa IClb.
    got away minis $1. 0taceMcwh. City CUalacy. l*>wKlka :
    Qulney Punrlci African Method- Harrta, Judson : ..U afternoon TIle Junior Department will have .. A..IhIIor.... Ite i.et Went at Ik.
    lilt Episcopal Church will meet on /x woad, Datha : at tpnv Everyone I* maid. !cbarg of the dtacuaatntvTV gm.4 putting the to M the*' Nrtkw Oaraer *f Key a.4Monk
    Saturday June 2?. J p m. Pmtd- Cunningham Grace ] : Auxiliary to come out and wttnea this I senior choir setS motor mnry Jefru.--. then.e nvawiet
    retrlgmtor becaue* S would be .e ,_, ,lowe n" .
    sot, Annie Love Smith la Tomartle WUHami of Mr* Pearl rent.Thunday. rots Bethel to take pun to safe from Or and tMeve semiS tel lest. 110._ r.a ,
    The President Kile. that the olph Oliver. Levon Refreahmem .afternoon T vm.prayer Choir Voice Prognm. 3 p. "I not kwh tor money (her*. They Lass .. f.m; tae.co n-es
    purpose of the II\tf'lifllla! to make Webb Beatrice ) enjoyed ky ail twice will be held. Frt- Sunday. airs: mat thieves may lit kuapy. sense f naa ret. t. Ik. *...,

    plans for the annual meetingwhlclt Henry Jeffery \ I the" meeting m-.1 day evmlin at I p m. Mr*. Ruth Weekly prayvr meeting. The *T>Wlaal. hit **r W ,_ lest
    will be announced later I ( Tbompauo and Uvincitun will entertam Stewaro day T 30 ..m. I Il I II oil,, l'flsMteaa.ca. otvnuiCrTT
    She alao sequent that each missionary Johnnie and ..* Board No. 4 at her home All l I A mrnt by the Anted-I i>r <)(.1XrT rUHtnnk
    : sammy .
    : .
    ! society be represented I Girt June H I : kin. CaldweO 1 memben are urged to be preen 1 )(1' and Mm Carl Dairtrhi and -M Autnmocul. Aanna'1'1IIIII I 119')/.1.. "...,,W'..,"',_Wsa.n-...
    { \ fully and conie prepared lo make Nathan and Betty to attend UV and on ttmeSteworirse Mn. oct Mudann DanMi fwd mtaunnt a* the rhinclav- i' rHen
    their fee of tt.00Mr ''GII'I June XLArletter .. whirls w.l, Board No a I bevMenained '.) Uk City to vat Mr*. Ora ,'.m 'value mo* 1t.aRIana.mataere .i..c
    I *. Mabel P. Woodward.wW.Jvinac. .j I and j I! Mr*. Mar Sunday at 4 p II. Isfisiwans. i ,)tnr. $ ate- 'i:'.e: t ho H 'M.ftned \ 01. JMB. riK aOeem- .10--'a. ....ec4. I

    p. ,Girt June ZL .. I 01 Un. Urac Haie I,| to the "I'tt"IJI'1JbpaJ.- j|tf M a roam and tree K.. 'c.)& C aut., at (I
    ,_ Jo !

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    FrL. Sat-! AM; 8/PM. /I7 2 F 0 0 D I T EMS

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    NOT 10, 20 OR 30 WEEK END /JffcfiA EVERYDAY




    300 S1>>-Del Mont.BI.ndASPARAGUS ;krPr'um BaktqCHOCOLATE 14 Instant: Mla 1 Lb.-Con -- -
    37e 4Se 35e 43e TANG 5ge 73cR.Q. Choc. MALT 3ge 4ge
    303-Del Mont.Blu.Lake Whol. V.Lb.-H.rahey' -Lnox 28 o.-Johnson'.
    GREEN BEANS 2Se 27ei COCOA 29c35cs GELA_ TIN_ 20e 23eLbT' GLO.COA 7ge Sge&ourlDq
    i ". 303-Del Monti Tiny Qt.-Carnation 1 :-P.nny I.arq. Pada -
    GREEN_LIMAS 22e 29cNo. DRY MILK 5ge 6ge DOG FOOD 7e 5/4ge, SOS PADS 23e. 2geIe
    2y.Van Camp. oTOa'iPEANUT 1 Lb.:"Tall-Colo 0..'OMIOD'. -
    PORK & BEANS 23e 27e OIL 1.31 1.49 CAT FOOD 12e 2/2ge PLEDGE 1.09 1.39
    303-Del Monti Goldin 3 Lb.Shorl.ning 4 Lb.D.odorlu.: : i 4 J GLRln..' -
    CREAM CORN ISe 2/3ge CRISCO 70e 83e KLEEN KITTY 33e 3gei STA-PUF 79c SSe
    303 LeSueur TIDy 10 O..-Clabb.r Girl O..Fellela: 24-Os.Nlagara -
    PEAS 2Se 31e Baking POWDER 13e 17e Parakeet SEED 22e 25e STARCH 35e 41e
    46 0.-Hunts 8 Or.Maxw.U Hou'l 1 Oa-Ea.,Off I 22 0.Ea.yOn..Spray -
    Tomato JUICE 28e 33c303GIau Instant Coffee 1.15 1.25 _Oven CLEANER 4ge 69c1.t STARCH 6ge 7ge
    -WhIt.HOUH I Lb.Brisk Spray 3 Lb.Dst.rq.nt -

    APPLE SAUCE 17e 243e3DO LIPTON TEA 73e 85e BON AMI-- 5ge 69cAro.ol -- ALL_ 6ge 7ge..
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    -Ocecm Spray Cranb.rryi 3 Lb.P.rl.ction [lag SI. Dst.rq.nt
    i SAUCE 23e 27e RICE 33e 41e WINDEX 4ge 5ge TID E 1.21 1.29
    303-Del MODt. 28 O&-Round Box 4 Rolls-Como ToUetTISSUE ClaD'D.tsrq.nt -
    Fruit COCKTAIL 23e 2ge Morton SALT lie 2/27e 24c 2geiP TREND_ 3ge 4ge
    2y.-D.1 Mont. 10 Lb.-Robin HoodFLOUR k-D.laey 22 Os.-UqutdIVORY -
    PEACHES 2ge 3Se 1.05 1.15 TISSUE 2Ie 2ge 5Se 63eI
    410.-Doaa1d Duck 1 :bDixI.: BelleSALTINES Larq.-Pap.rTOWELS Lb.Arm&HamlDer -
    Orange JUICE 47e 55cU 19c 23eI 2ge 33cCutrtt. BAKING SODA 13 2/2ge
    0.-Hawaiian v.Lb.-lied Label Bath Sts.-Tolls/i tap -
    PUNCH 31e 37e Iara SYRUP 26e. 31et. WAX PAPER ZSe 2getyReJ1loldl CAMAY 13e.. 2/31e
    12 O.Armour"TREET Wh t.Hous.WhIt. H.a.y 40--McCormickBlack --
    3ge 4geTall VINEGAR 15e 21cCampb.U Aluminum FOIL 55e 67e PEPPER 33e 3ge

    -PIIIk B.autySALMON 200.c mo Paper 1 CL-McCormick: Pur'VCIIIWa
    5Se 6Sev. MEAT SOUPS 17e 2/37e NAPKINS_ 25e 29cScotktn. EXTRACT 25e 29cM.tr.cal
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    .s Star hilt Chunk 1 Lb.ecIa:: Choy Dinn.NAPKINS
    TUNA FISH 31e 37cl2 CHOP SUEY 4ge 55eh. 2Ie 25e WAFERS 8ge 1.05
    OPat.r Pan ..Boy:Ar D.;. L1eaC1l 4rq. 40 Os.BISQUIK. -
    Peanut BUTTER 37e. 43cQuart PIZZA MIX 3ge 4ge CLOROX SSe S5e 43e 51e
    -WhIt.Houn IOs.ruogefs Snowy Powd.ndBLEACH Duncan' -Hi... AAq,1 -
    APPLE JUICE 2Se 2geiiO CORN FLAKES 33e 39cOs. 4Ie 4ge Angel Food MIX 4ge 5gei'lli

    .-D.1 Mont.CATSUP. .-t.tlogq'sSUGAR Small.- Os.Ccm-Comstock Appl.
    ISe 2Ie SMACKS 27e 33c DOWNY 3ge 47cl2 Pie FILLING 33c 39cIs
    Sb'alDecI X.Uogq's &-Ta. DrcdAa L-o. Mont. -
    Gerber :
    BABY FOOD 6/5Se 99geII VARIETY PACK 3ge 45cI8 DRANO Zge 33e. RAISINS 23e 2geI
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    0.-Kraft BarbeC1l. Os.-Post 20 O- Bowl Clan., I Os.Carnation
    SAUCE 33e 39cj GRAPE HUTS 33e, 3geIt SAKI.FLUSH 23e 2ge COFFEE.MATE 45e 49cPie
    a -
    .-lit FrenchDRESSING 0.-Pod 22 0Ucruld PWabwy
    23e 2geTabc SUGAR.CRISP 37e 45e2Lb..lOO"Large SARI.FLUSH 3Ie 39cQ Crust MIX 1ge 23eLb.1aaqoJd
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    SAUCE Zge 3geI QUAKER OATS 3ge. 4ge AJAX 5ge... 69cBq. MARGARINE ISc 2/3Se
    Os.Frnc 2 UPIJlbWT. .ILM eo... 1 Lb.-:: Ms.D.rs Bpegh.M a -
    MUSTARD ISe 235cCL Pancake FLOUR 33e 3gePU CLEANSER 14e 2/33e MACARONI 1ge ZSeko
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    1I.IIaBaaDRESSING bvy LeysxCAKE ,
    3Se 3ge MIXES 35e 4Ie MR. CLEAN 5ge 6ge : CORN STARCH 15e 1ge
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    The grand total for tho 100 items listed above under our now price

    CARROTS C 1 Lb llo, lOc policy is $38.65. Compared with our old price or prices you will 1;;:

    NO. 1 WESTERN pay in other stores, of $45.83, showing you a"cash saving"of$7.18

    or 17.8% below regular retail prices.These are our new everyday
    LETTUCE T':, 2 liaads 33e shelf .
    : prices. for more proof. Shop and Compare our Prices. ;;
    NO. 1 TEXAS MEDIUM WESTERN YELLOW,,; Save Everyday at Casey's Discount Foodliner.

    ONIONS 3lbs.19 (Right to Hmitresorved)


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    pledge to bring to you,lowest priced groceries from Jacksonville to New Orleans. You will save from 10% to 20%on your grocery
    buying every day of the week,not just week ends only. We invite you to compare our prices with any store from Jacksonville to New



    \ Casey has chosen to do business in a way that would give you OUR CUSTOMERS"Cash Savings As You Go." This means that we
    I choose to sell guaranteed,quality foods at a price that will enable us,to pay good salaries to our employees,pay reasonable prices to
    our suppliers,normal rent and other expenses,and still earn a small profit.
    I: With this new price policy, you should not expect to
    receive"Costly Frills"such as trading Stamps .
    i However,we will give King Korn Stamps through BONUS MEAT BUYS
    Saturday,June 27th. We will then discontinue Stamps.
    YOU DESIRE. King Korn Stamps will be availableat SWIFT PREMIUMGROUND
    20c for 100 Stamps.This offer good until July 31,1964. BEEF pkQ'$ Chunk BOLOGNACHOICE

    It will not be necessary for you, Our Customers, to 0
    clip coupons from our weekly food ads,buy minimum QUALITY
    purchases,or be exposed to special gimmicks of any BRISKET STEW. p Q. MEATS ,. .
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    riUUU RBMOVBD II' limb I'ool R.toao C.'tUI..1 and thereto attached .nod tk. *nderiemema .IAI'ThTl Vvllll, Iv l k. all pay.llnlIl I. I, V".lrpb.' JtUM or prl.lon >-

    rimmed. Call Johnny Owem[ VYHKHEA8 aid till... tao to appear on the ..".".. ..._.. ." 0' .SrroaSty SItrIng pSISOIpSi \ ** or the
    CLASSIFIED U7-04l4._ _ '! proceed hats boon ae feUev.durlnc beck tkereef akall ka I* .*%. CI, Clerk aad aaioreai pay**** tppllektloa *f any :; Ik* p51g. 4r
    I ADS each of lbs fienal I II year. ataatlally tk. rollowlafermi (form > akaeniB r .".I.* to tk. payment of 411 III.
    shown b.low, each whlek fiscal irorm Nuwbsr. '.. o V*kait not ke r .ponIkli and Int.reet 56 the i r-
    I I year sods oa Jua to; UNIT 4o.r no.j..1e4 On ih* flrit 4ay Of"ZZiiiT bgsi rod ajnon ihe alt ttrVn*.shall Ihold to kv 'III'
    HOMES VKAR OMSK: e-TATB Oe rUMLDACOI .., 11 !* Miherolnafler wail inivatai**** oa lbs raMd iinntorpni I for lIly
    mi _....._.-,_...._ -VTY Or nloafli 1-oorlhf open awrket. All IntereM and passes lhr llwalIdllS 5 ,t'ou.hlity .,-
    tool *IIJM.IIInst I'laY OP QIIVYfTtUTIM 0.11 Is then profit derived frunt such Inv..'. ..1 .lll t >r...... to.-
    TAKI t'P PAYMENTS UU* :::=::==== : : TAX RKV.1r.FICKlmflCATl (tsn .54 Ic. bass : MM anall .4Metkkd I UM, ... "r 1""I.I"n ".
    nw I.nlih 21 Inck Conaolo TUtUlon and isles sod p.0.454 fur lIsp5105554415 Ct'I"I. anaTwhe that appiicablllll' lf O'b I
    IEIIl1mI Hri. wIth I laontk ..,"" WHCIIBAI th* elty to h.viai Number: $I.BilThe = ma15, fall ivaajlrodamount to. Iii,' l'lYSl,:; 'r
    policy. Patn.oin 111.II perm plan* and iiwlflcalloo mt*. lIly "f. Q"lth" in Oad. lbs City or ... .1 ....11 depoall.d In thi ." "ii'.i ""a 111 .'.
    nth. Two payment aooeoaaryt for ouch propo4 Impw.owwlJi den Cannty, ......... foe vaoairceled lIaiSe U *. Wka bulb sods hall '* lt no 91 "lb. I'
    take ip and deadline Satur and fMllltl, whIch pIcas awpoclflootlona hereby promlaee to pay rt.' City .f ,= =. :r mailmum Alt umu- Sb lnl"lp \ \' I r ihinll Orl.ilian ;:
    1 day lois *7 fontart Stewart IQngsberry ... to bo apro- to h rarer, "r If thi. c.rtlfloat. I h Ill cr0.11..'I iiofn. Ih. mi.n "r 'h.
    LARGE APARTMENT 1 v "III g-.l'I'ItI, .. 17:71:1 It >d ky the City Commloojoji. .n d; 10 rm.ti.rd .. to prlmliial. lh.nto ''i 511.10 ...; soieiy I..) .. by the 'ilY for any .. ,, 'f .ll.,1 I.l. dt.t rv.-
    ..: ___ ---.Ji will 110 on m. In Ill offtM oth ', ii I h.. r.al.trrrd hotdcr horfii from ,... aim lal fund '. 1..t' ,'inrliiiate purl*.'. ni" Is the iIOlIll"l, .1 iitrib.'i
    FOR RENT: City Man r auhJoot to In.perlIon 551,1, fr"ni tha I.ovunossisaltrr kero: '0 In Mil JIT .r..t ton disc .11 pjaynwala aIrs re- I o : I I565t
    ... klork from ......** *ee* Greenwoodand by the publf*. *>4 .....n... Ik. sum Cf ViilitM% ** I "tr >*** .. tk* flON n',1: \ ;:': _

    ..... priced. very ........1.. INVISIBLE HWKAVTNGakr | WHHRRAB Ih* city .has n 0 One Thoiaaad Dollar ( = t J" 1546, = r-xnd = it*. no kill i 1''', ... o
    t .mart fun4 avalllbl to rinkoc. thi o* I 1;. rim day ofII t.= ,' any .. In imm'tilol.lin 1\ ill.'i ii. I i>" iitli
    Mr. Wallace Simmon boles fmt two nut !' *! tkr"of nor lo kojr acId I oullandlnr : .nlto t'.soiplpfr.msaId .. Into th ofwe u.. ,,IllIllIl ,1"ll'.. .
    404.whn) .. from dam : wlmmln Pool P.wI I cvcnuea, int.r.ot on oaU M.'O..C. ; fund eMit ko .remediednd wapauar i 1"" >Ih'I .411 II"
    tklplry Florida It burnt disappear f nua irrtlflratw .and It to 4J5torI aIm ""HI paid al tk. rita al "' thereupon all ml'remainIn ....ral i I Ir, "i u" 'I in tfc. I ijr
    lied firmtnta and fabric Sunset Acres narMoary to sass oartlflratra -.. p.rwot < kl. -N', .n..r In the I Ti UeienimFund u[ Uiiln tBCTIiiN
    of the city Bayatl loi OIl par >"aum. payable .tilery l. a* the end of ... raMtti I : TliAt tkli. ""II.
    "\>K Kh.NI;; on* tare. kedroomkoroa I S.?e your damaged tar.I mannar ....I..n.. provided; ills aid iaml-nnuny tkr .. .. ..,-... may he withdrawn by thoUp ...n,'* .h.1 I iU" immediate P'.
    for III '0. on. two ..... I moats by baying lbm larUbly CLARK PLEMMONS and after -o ... ftnt day ofan* 4't.r fer ue for any lawful oorper CM* .. all c'lS.i if,.ll9 tlirnum
    : room horn for lit II per moatkwltk WHKRKAS lbs ur.*.. _' lIlt July of eaak year, will necMrwUonTh pkrpo.c, Imludlnc the uay- upon Hi ('I--Ill's PIll il.U .
    pollihid oak floor, Ul* rtworen. Fair price Phone MAin T4III for cqulrln a CM, Hall foi' rr... .1 due on and prior la ma ('srtlfIcaCs. : of ublliailnn. Junior I* IwniMliii,* l r0501. 00 :'IfpehIlo
    bath and kltohaa and all mod. Hy administration or tk* oil]' turn Ir'o4 psychOs only Up. within cnwllflrat may II |t dae of uiilitlr tax pro- p..a-c, pi ho
    MtaiAodrey the I'l
    .rn Mavanloncea. T. B. rietokr and prompt .. **. affairs pubis oaf.tjIbulldlnr on |ti *. "'.11"" and nrrondar ol .I.t. a* I.* 10 th* icrnfUalM and thepurohaa sod ear*!! iciviiriiia: ; IUPAIWKH -
    Orr.n.boro, ria. PboB Hi I- I Reavet. Nl Weal 1- _I I and for th a* ua of th* P.- the at'"10"\ri miereil o<>upe... .. book kept by 1...'.. W nf certlll .,.. on the 1:1'1011'1' ill ,,'peS 5551,5o
    Illl or Ul lulLFOR _partmoi* .ha.rsated tit., "'v.iaii)' become 4.. 80'hp"n'II'.1 rector of Ik* Cloy of gulmy a<. open markoi AnyrriIfl'.lo.. .,< 1 l.ols or ,...
    REnt SU QulntT. Fir. Ph.U'.1&Uo. tIes and. rir. .*act oiakluc II I hireof and lnt.re.l UflBtrir, ....preaenimlon l<. lurohaaed hll bo ,-ali-olisiI and 'lIp .r Q""I" Y .05 the 114 day
    M LEONMOBILE < an for*m tha Immrttai pro' heron .r. payable I* lawful audi MrliMeir' who obsil MRotallon Kali kt he rsBollsd.sIt .r ill"., lilt

    arvatlon noxaiary *f Ik* ,ukll .**.. motel ,'' ". Intend Status of neck ..I.lloa n rekyi lb. 11 .run >cmw* nt the
    ." that Amen;" et ...._ Ills rltra4lok koiewnd Sb.i any of P5' City Ull 111111 15,1!'-n Cur '>f
    h.alth and "' ? ::
    RENT HOMES proptrty this ordlnanr, bo ad. t4 alth In the "II) or. ? .. ..__! ; $ ..... c.rtlflcete aia>' tker. .rjujrd! from aaairiilahl Su.ncyon. n l,, "4rd I".C Ana,
    --- .... after k* tr.aarorred only ipoirllten ware.itoat bOot.
    1I 1---- Silo C 8rvlc meeting and that at which It bacomo It I* ottorlatly I"ro.du.4 Con,n,, iica njmh.n' tl"a a. "cdi of Iht MTjleied : tkat ..pay. I.KON E HTCAVKHPrcmiina .
    Modcra t Bedroom unfuralobed I 1I BUSINESS htetaat**, tIP his *ttrejfcrunlo kavo nfiicer of'lhsIlip
    Apirtment. Located .. tIns 1 ':. upoaapproval. I;: sTI'FRKroRII -;: of the I I"vU, ?. ,,'MS t"l.| Mr dull' ".I..pl. o *.. i.s-Il:, ,.Ian of ih*
    I- Kw Moo. VkrUti. age ) tlflc.,'I-I, .Or. or* callable, foi .. such ,.... .. ofk ,. or 7, P10514.4
    E Duplex it IIS W. VTuhlnt II. I Cirdnir. Concor Stewart :. B, THE redei \I.Ii.n\ ,, prior ta mclarlty .m ... h""kB and ..nonroedtkroa itttlMaa kM. AT'uTl 1"11"
    walking din I. Hit IT ICN4M'IID If .rI
    Within ky Rceiitrar Mretmttred.
    ton. at tho kdatCTION. ,
    Mici el. CITY (IrQI'IN'Y .111'l m of Ik. oil, oa I.
    Uno el abopi. school and Trailers PICOPTII 01' 1'1111 "..".;" IMS and oa sup In.tereel Ih"' rorllflrne mat I. VIM ., CI. th- "It? a
    I' and ir Wide. : ...d i'urnr-al del lkeeflr Itereafter I-- irolofo rob u kreky ie** at. aol Uulncy and i loll 'r
    cburcbFt. TV SERVICE 1'1''I'LOM I. ThaI a* shell I* I t,, ro.. numerical order, .* waror and th..,.h) iIlIItrahiii- Q.I.with ike otOelnal purohaeor Oly IVmini.ii,-n thcne.iroved .
    W. trade tot futatlur *i herein th* fnllnwlnc term 'hi l'" 1\01 I | amomt throf I y ky 4.llv.11 shall h* i.'aoorslbut earl of paretfl' .r.rTh.
    Call 127711. during bnleai .orrl.0 A Repair All MaIm hiv III. following ansIofo inleaa pins iu,,<.d Intereat t. tk* thIs i.riltl. .(. .h.1I .sala! oalee o wIth .eve****** Coreg.'ing ordisasa's .n,'
    ..,. ** Bribing el .*lu ... .. krwlii
    M .nt. .
    hour, or IZ74Z94. ift- bbs dat I x,4 for rodmptwa .and k* uheM C.> ..".. ..lve re.laraltma I said orttkuM from lh, r.rn, "1 '" '",'' .lii, 515,
    er I p4aa. MACK3 RADIO ftFRIGIDAIRE W HIT .rl y4qIr..555 lbs City ofQ.Snt'y. a pre "III? of |,.... far web an'I l"\'ro a* kef or* : soy slId r"upo" .'"n"I', iil.'l'll
    (a) <.'W' u i., .>. rcd.em.d prior M Tk* .,' '.1 certWlcetif ," Is arc at' Is05.50 unit
    I :
    mast NuUe, of rel.t.red, unleaa rrlMredkearer ips.lItp.
    the roll of
    TV SERVED Ii i V..o W mil "west lTklqula lb) "Tertlflcat" and "Ut1ui.ho. ". any IlfI, ma for redemption 00 ahall ha aayakl only :I.n' aet "1 .'.TON ... T"LEJ

    Ill ISTATE I. 0U9 B... ,.".- IBB, I Teu 1 comas C".no.to. la I* l II. 0,tIlt not I less Ibis 0s lbs relaier4 owr or Mllecal lbs milllrM Tax Ordtaaac Srlosplots 11 41"..,.
    I the tJOIooe I'tllltle Tai ,, .. BotwibOt01.odla JIll,. U I
    moss Ihlrl I II .lops prIer to Ih* ,. '.11. tk. vtlHttoo tax \
    Ttllihiu, norid llrnnu* rertirirte ...tboI..dhy dale I"IS. ,l 1.",' redemption ky th* ... .. of Ihticertlftcat .. To tIe extent aerwoaryte --- ---
    ,aeSJeISISUtMICI \ this ordinance Ai vied In. resIst I l n" tll| lo ,|,. bask ? 50 t" principal II.000P4105 oarry cut tIe prvilnihereof. IN 'mi: i irti'vtr ( (5' "y
    Illl WM T. tfeetlonc I lo T. lnclu.lv. heref which I u h.' .rllfloau. ....11 remain payakl t. It aSciI kaeroon Ik* Tllr: iel-7'I'.l ,11 niiJIAl' .
    "cr lflrln" also laoludeiparity : "ol. shall imntlnia t* et ,. Ik. ki.kM CII.t'I"T
    able 0114 b> piihllvatkin aapnrtM b irer and rat anoh la* I l K HxHIll, ,. IN ,>
    Pbeo Mrtlfuwte. ii mile SOS tlm la troo.forabls ky delivery, Palo BOW pormltled ky law Knll HAI'rilihinWTf, : ,.
    112.1115 U> "Parity oertlftcat" mniklliatloaa a flltn,:. l meiipaper or iournalpuhll.l Pluto of N**lelr4 $i..t.. Sal to the klaTkoet which ('Os OtNi'icfli' l \i I. I.-.II
    lamed on a parity "l in ih* Clly *f New Re.l.tra. frame ef may kareanet ._ permkmlkr ; kM IXlVUiLU /01.
    tf ZENITH 'with ChI ...,ttrh..t.. heroic .uthorlied > York N w Tork. or Cklpaio. IIInole .* itwaor *. .1.1 PLAINTPIS
    tinder the provtaloai IIrII.U. If any ertlffc-a whirl Ir n. Itt? nkall ,
    I ... t hereof.d I. e.II'd' tar .....,...... lo al c laap al taa af tki .u. > wiu-iio f'nWDIEI.Z,
    WELL DRILLING ( ) "Ltllltl.l ,.." ..**.. tkl tha linn of awl eall neutered ta* ra wat la tk. 1)1 l'iFL9IvpT.
    KOW REM Completely farnlahed. tax ImDOMd hy said Clly *n **vli .. to Inrlpal, tkirty day a*. TU OrljSaae*. h.nlu" I NriTICIi .
    I bedroom house lawn ned ev.ry purcha.. of *l. lr|. tics of 'Memptloa .. I* a* .lven II I- .- JIW STAIN onHOK
    ehlldro* wloom l/ooated I FMturtnf I Conpl*!. LIP, m.ier.d or boltUd Sal lea.lural. hy. ,......... mall t* tho revlatared adnplid. la II** >. RIHilK 111.1,11'; HIU tw
    oaks from Qwi W Munro Uo et Dmlai Pump (n liquified pell-victim gas ol ...,..., at lha addreaat .U .lleeaie Ik* HIM HU'ATI.ANIA. ,.IIW
    z_ Hchoot en paved :i.tJn parmonth. Horn or Irrigation. '''*.Ur''I''lOdl and water **rvne .h.Mo"h'' I** l'Mrrt .*.1.. = ,. laO a* bsrs. tiChauiwry :
    FInns darter within lbs corporal hails "' k.. ( V' us I o- '. 'hit
    : day or n.77IT_.v.nln.i. tfMOMM of the illy Held, term shall also ThIs ,rtiriral I. ..* *f a* I I ihkll. ***ct every s011 ;:" dl, :. .-hr": -silt
    TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE apply to all *Ua* tan.. Imposed !I.*.. *f IIMM MhBUlut er aupplm* lal 15,15 III (I ""
    : TRAIU5R PARK furnihed- trailer by Ih. city on tIes purokaai of Ilk ,..-. aad efteel, nreptI erilliiBn,'. which may for ,,1.lIu.ls.l.4 ":: ,,. F0oi 1". 'III
    L. for rent, compl'telr Sue Ah- CO. of utility eervlc' Whether lev I* maturity (latree robS II\ That from sad af. asp rea.oii laH h*. b, tl.olHkl i 'tI' .
    Idf.l for couple. Phono I' led '1tho amount prertk4 and *pti,.a ef redemptlo, lad t. .. of nay ef lbs Mary lu '' 01,1. with DICIJand >" ara herIqulr.il ., .
    r holt lltl I 1421 South Monroe 8k I by lbs ulllltl.* lat ordlaanciabove I purauant t* th* Coaetllitlon and rorUflrelM, and eoailaulnf aatU aM exriy. out ,... and to ills with. lbs ,'I, I h it
    TiUahaiB**. Florid rel.rr.d I* or In car olh.l l.... ,if Florida and *n ordl- ih* paymcat of all eertlrt- p1.051o uf 'hl erdlnaar Ike sold f'"nrl, ''ur wrlMr", .1 i iren.aa .
    am nantan,4 whither Impeeed nan,. adopted ky tk. City Commlulon cat** (latlBdlic parity OOM/- M. Th. ka* taikl ... pie"n.iii ? ky uiy .
    \ ,
    FOR REM 111 1107 itt on Ih* purchaaa of the earn* Mil of ald cIty ** ... -- eatM) a* lo principal and= vatljl ii.wcr to end a If asp it 1.111.'. and *>. Ii
    CAPITAl. PEST CONTROL Itlea .rvk.a or say aIls. ol Illl far tk* p>irp*** eat. Cbs proceed. e( Ik* a aoffeet nlil 15111515. upon ik. l'Ialllfrs altarnrr *
    additional utllltled Mrvto, alth.r of paring 0)1.004 '5w5rnm155 Peal lax shall k* *nd ar* ta SI' 'Ti.re IB ky Ike efepthi baloII'll
    MEXICO BEACH Peal Coatrol T...... I by amendment to saId ." Revenue ('arolficalas ..'" ..,. oat eecMaary, barely et thIs iirdtnanoe aad tko SIJ.S'Vj.r.; B. trtt.
    Coorwl Hal sad lou iso ordlnanc or athrwla.. standing, ...........1... firal.h.In for tko : *fpriactoal SWi y of c* h I**** rf 154(10r1l5SOlord
    t.... thou SOS ft. 0mw waters Reach romlaralleaC Plumbing FLatu,.., Electrical (e) riacal '..r" moM thi and Mulppln- sow ('ItHall of ...1, ... .. s,.' I.. ,ho raspsssbos *HI h* aiilnit ".iu. i I.y

    ...... 70lw I .. .... t.pIPu I Ilup'I.. Pip. end tw.lv.-mnnth period ***d hyih ao.Ir4sis4dIOIossaoimprovoa.so. d ,,*rilfri< .. ihrrenf, .In : .. ,
    ......... .1...... seo..... .U Tcllabueeo. Fl*. Fittings oily for It* ,en.ral araeant.Inf I* Ih. ails thereof Ik. illlillee tax shaLl k. uulI I lin.il. Cod i. ",r I"no .o t1o
    2 ..... for ...... .....1... I Witir Haln, TU Board purpoa. a* lb. aama may rein,.dellia*. repalrtBa s.dr.titrbisht'g le4 *..' and akall, aa Kur:: ., -IuIra.'t rIdOll to th* ....1 cl '
    :-: .If...... bulb. oureound _... COLLECT Coo and 011 Hnten ha .. from lima to time. lbS eaI.Otsg City 4. *., aeMMiio4 in a *p.ulal .. lslpl..llll.o.I ille I IHMI and Mru ici florId.. Ill Ih. 'Ji''d"y dl'.Cne. .
    :_: "III pOst for 040,00 pee wool.all I auch floral year beIng lIt Hall for tea for ,...11111.. whichpurauant a hack to U. ".. 1- .1'|iii", li.n of Ih* .51HBl AB. INI
    .' NAto ,_.. ., .4' ,. HOME MITE .IS-34JI the period beilnnlni .: July lo law, lbs oIly laauihnrlaed ai4 ft.m time lo lime ky lbs lad ..hhk will ,lonlinu 00110'poISed ( KiA I.)
    OFFICE 111.1711 tf of es'h year and 0041cr Si ".n. In provide, and Sc.iulring. city Commlnion, aUld uatll all of Ik* nrtlfl ICdwl' II.urOI.ICHK
    ROCCOPIPE 10 of the following year : enuippin: and firal.h. be I sswOos the "t IIIMMi : ral.i kavo .,.,n pal* In foil 0" RAID CnVBTIty
    f : RHCTIDS I. That far Ill pur- Inbulldln* for uaa 11 a polite aloes"u,. Puna shall b* :. ..d which la not aukievl le Unuilna K Pious,
    post of paying 110.008 f wlmmlncI'ool and Plr Itepartmanl .... a ..,u. I" iiuai actual repeal ImiMkli meal I'.put 1:1.: ,
    I it evsoun l'.,Utl..t** nowoulalindlnt lion either lhroiih il'instruction and aiiait Irom all elhrr stOp calroli elthor liy h" ,'II.r Hal A, 1..,.

    I HELPWAHTUD & SUPPLY CO. mn.truotl, furn- furnishIng and qulpm.nl tumla and shall h* wared I* tk* hy tie Uilataturo '( li. .. lawiloIo'p }
    ONt? STOP l.hlnj and aqulppln new ell, of a sow public eer.ly hulldlnc niann-r r. by law lbs of Fl,rle rinrld* ;
    44 TEARS OF SERVICE Hall acqulrln addition and or maklnf Ihc cilatlni City Hall act urine .,1ul pulilln fua4itruw ; fl Th. Itr WM1 keep .***. 41..., for I'lilillff,
    Improvementa le tIes .M. ,.....- .ollahls th.r.ro. and flaying all U Ik* UtiU- Sr booka of to.U 4 aod account June It, Jul I. OtIS 41
    For All Your To This Art of remndllln, .......... and ipeace property l_.al lkr*. Its. Ta* "v= she vnj eyii, lIes sotlUnlIss of Ohslliiillia ,
    E WOMEN WANTED Par) refurhlBhln Ih* .Klelta CII, to and properly lnclit.nl lo ih* shall. ar o:ih. ink day tan aol lbs ".. Hullo T' trinrlila
    = tbmetypingathotne.$30 to ,10 PHONE 111-IS1T Hall for lou for faollltw wkh h, authorlullon and las iusacsn C lhaiertlfkale of >; monih: b.ilnnln with made nf Ik. proceed Ikcreof =: ,: '
    Fishing Needs 1110 8. Monro II'... pursuant lo law, Iho city b au. hereto ..'....I..d. ih* .i." '.1..'.* diUvery. cl .",1 all record wOols r* p*<.i B lk> I iiiirl :
    = Wfkly. lend Rewime and TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA thorla.d to provide, and o.p.uir.log ,Pop Ih* poHflo provUlea *ovirnlnc lbs ef t MrtlftmtM h..., Ih.rm iholl k* .available fee 1 luill*. OailaiUii 'u ; 7t'J ,
    equlpplnc and furawhla* a Ih. bouts. of ,... oerllflnai in kulkrled Ireaef.r laS" In.pcptlaa at all poas.aablsIlIc in I'riiliKinla :;
    : hour available. BEER Bo Lake Talquln Road buIldIng for use aa a Pvtllr and ** of which thIs I* *n*. In.nludlaaT fund to k* hell In a hank lo k* ky tk. haidas's .t asp ofHi M. Haul '-IlhotIslEhot
    1(111 Houiton T"... 41 1 St fIrs J'. artm.n. NIMlea, cither lbs rtakl *f Ik. cIty loIMUC .irsI5Oalnl. II, lto..ltill..n u' lbs -ctlfloare WhMi sloop
    Hinell Roberto
    V. D. I Ikroexk rBtruollon. furakihIn : ddlilnkal' slit = ,,n a lity .._ ,. sod bn'ws sslbs ilayi Ik. lUn o4.
    of parity, refereno I madelo :,1"1.., h Moral ik. .
    I. HAO1C sad qilpmenl a sow Wtty ,' t'lIlttIo. IanIlovono. : T. All Creditor and I' I > i*
    uVlc al.lv kulldlnv or tha aforementioned ordlninc.Thta .. Ca.ltrtrolcs l'e4no4psi ''I ." ly r* .,. llavln* .Ilms'I Demand
    rr WOUK d I hour per d.yt : Cad Sag the axletlni CIty Halt aaltahla cartlflMt aad Ik* I.."* nod latereM ll. l mr-llea raad"Ikerelaafier wl. Ill 11 lIars _. Aialnct I Said kV.Ilew ,
    Walllaam.tom.r. upnotlncyoo TV aDVICE 'h_.., and payla all Ou.p. .. ftt which It : a nH are parllil. .all.,| the "tIsotifI.call niirn >:i.i.niM eecorrk* IbepO..lpt and cork *4 t, ::> are laps.
    call.lhJalv"onrt.r.! : : i ABC ..... properly" lacldaal "' *..- .. t* bath principalind ruaaTt on ..... **ool M and diBpaaltma of Ohspro. ky ..t. end rsq.Irad II p. .
    : week .. to and properly Ineideat ,. the ,.....*. from tk* proceed ..... lk of tko liloreel pyakl ..,1. of anon CIa lefta. ..1.11.. aIl >iiuuiklvk '0
    :: TMrothy Martin P. O. Box till Sepal oa All authorlsatiouo and I.."..... of tho nf Ik* tao ....... ky said" city. krfrom. na efteotsiteo.l. inch Viol it rlli'N O.. .mil "r "iilln .i( ton, n Iav
    :. HUB, Tallahaaaaa VIa, or till ', Hake. sad Model* ertlfirat*! hrln ............. i>n **<* Bad .W.I" pinrha. of I.. Intereit pnyini>iil 4>l* and. H (- I. Thai all oarllflair. > mmli t Ih., .< Ho'. 'I
    sr '"."". u atTn RaDios WELCOB. 'there are her.hy ..".....,..* t* .iMtrMrity, metered or IMIII.4la ..Innl". on January It 15.1. ,' Ihnll' *noy ix.mpl.l., t>ar. It l>y-r J.I': I ,( Ii 4
    : -WANTED Limited numh.r ofjr FENCE h. IBBUW She I'llllll.' Tcs ...... natural, Hoin4 petrilcum .".iw.lfih ,.f II'. rlmltat |.".- lip "f llm HI Ii,. r.v.n".. hr.lB.elrdiid .. "_,,,,t nIp I-:t,. i ,"i"1 1. tfn .(
    '.. Par more jn'l'orm.tlnn PHO" MASs ,..aT"'UltDIL1'1 nu* Ccrtlflnalaa of aald Clay In sat *r man.fatar4l end water akl* it Ike mil .", payin.nl de.nil MUxloi twill, ri,,, 01 I I. 5
    t eall ........ or writ i the aaireiil firlnolpal' imoont *."...* wlihla. .... corporal llm., "....' I..n',...1 naymealdat.ed II,. fa'I.II.n of Ih* .ero "foot. I Is lh* ',.r "Irifllfilf
    == Joan Rowan I BbS III,1 of 401$0f 4.id.triIlumtsOshall I Its of Mid dIp, and It I. provided .r" ... Ir' ,. h._... .,.. ll> .- : at II ; :,:: WI'" I,
    :" n: I..iul, ati r INDUSTRIESNO NOD,. 151w ;, ;:. r. len :... July 1. 1144. akallb U cold .'dln....* that I. In every month ..... .... SootHe dai. aay nth .r. In al* .li-ndur, .:nl :IM *
    : r. ol the extant ...... to payprlaclnel .. ... lbs oHr *or* ,.,.
    In Ih* denomination f |l.' .r' 'o the .(lent n.' ... aanire Eli < .r 11105 of HIT .. puhltaMi' "n r
    : HELP WANTED ""ou'd'lnl.,1 w..o .feoo.o.LINCLAIMEI sarI, shall b* numhend I I* of and Inl.re.t on Ih* evallahillty ", ..nffl.cl.nl 0.00550 1 **r*** that II wIll Ml KMMk To *i",lilao .1 I
    :: Win Supm-vl.or Caltod Blati Id*. Inolualv' ahall beer lalrvat r.nlflialM payable therefrom th.,. In th. r.iilfi, .ir I..IIello olh-r "blla "n* olt ,, aim or ._.. .k.,H I ko I.
    :. tnanufaeturar lookIng for ,..po.. from dat until paid M th* and 'n parr sot ,ho pro"I.I" fund lo pay currently matiinnaprlnrlpal a. kind .r nature nayekle fran tsst a4 akall Mall lh> ,f
    ::: pills man to .upervl.e outline.brialnc I ) HBHAIHaWl raIl of five .... c.nl ::.. elr.tchlnaand ihlpplnjt I .hav. .h,.. Blna-er sowing Maohlne annum tr Buck I..... rail orra'M ha lev 1.4 and .oll.,-led In the Nmh payment. myh 0f rk. *f tk* alii- 5 abs .,.,. ., II", i a* I .
    2: ...1,... Whoa wrIting .!'. that war. lacUlm.d Pay *a ntf :* fli.il .ky roee* IcrtMt amount new p.rmllted. dlmlnl.h.d or .BmHlM.d loads 11 such oklllilkHia worn to kr ,.. ,imw' o
    tall of your eip.rl.nce In repair bill '14.".'TkeM ...,111... loiKm eft** .. *t* of lock e-*' hy lair and la such In, r..d : a. .iiifaaJly parmltlod In .. I* mart beaoe. or stos. i4 .
    : .,....** Writ Box f. car d"j ar* In .....11..' ...... WrIts tin cat..a* hereinafter ...."Id..d. imounl a* may ....." ., ......"'* "ctinMoney. ,7 _*... m ke fatty ... I? I flOod ( S
    _:. dst County Tim.. MONEY I H.rvloe ).......,. Voua oewlnf which Interact ahall ko perahl p.raoSeaibiosod tkat *a4 UlIt .. r* Ika rnlfk : Jen 11. II Center. 404 al. Wrlihl iU, f.n.BMola January 1. Illl cod _I. .Wa..I.dr14.crs.-.1" no| .hall h* paid sot Mlely ,. .* kerel aathorlced. .n-.r'ko
    : Fla. It annually th.re.fter on Iho flr.l k while purpoeo *f paylo. wrreatty *>.., M cue- .. .
    I d.,.. of January Bait Jily' nf my of luck eHiraMie roml lirlnarloolpal of oad laiel + fMlewInleep- oixmlrlt ., lk. PsI W 'I
    FOR SALE DOWNUP IF YOU WANT work hat ran- each year shell k* aykle a. .Diiiatandlna-* o.rttfisste. Inlidlne on lit. oeMlflxM wMknt prlorliy '. ... TMIOMOOI .. ftultrl H.
    not ('Iv. full time w. bans juetth kereon I. Vhs oorllfk-el ar asp
    to both prlnrlpal and abroad In lnteret pay or *Mi*< amoni Ik* I toss .
    HOUSES I thIng you ..... Writ Avon .lawful money of th. Ualled shin olly from She prooecdc .., Trloo **nin flarlodla part Ikereef may ke ,.. .. rinl '..... Inn. M, 1(14loo
    == M.,. Mr*, imrolhy Martin P0.. telee *f America at a kk erInH nail OUIHIM tag said city I* ; wIll mai will she anoenl nf I' .... .. I. 41OTtra

    Brick T..._. 1.p.ar.old TO 38 MONTHSTO eon Illl MKM Tallabanu.., ru.r *oo : ::
    = C'I'- .
    FOR 14tJJ **ll lll.liil. II ,
    Iy 'h. 11. atuor rorelpO 01 tb. ...*., or Inlorwt harass ei.M04 lnt no- *fUfWte nrttrt.MI cOols Ikal ..' -
    =- hous. I Xltoha..1llthi0c h.drooml.: I PAY recomm.nil.tlon of tha ......... free* Ike prcweedl of Mid i'' .. ..|... I* =. leo Ik.. nptlo*.1! .1.... .t...I In Ill II
    : baths. Combln.d Larva P&U. UtilIty .r nf tha ..Mln..,... and shall laa, ao4 neltker Ik* l.llhj *ndgredlt wklik shall la tk* .' : for led lass 50 '.. lalil,,* I.. ilwl 1
    :. Boost Driway. maler* aerially In numerlml order of Ik* any asP air or .M* ih .* from llm Mperfy. for r..l.iniiilon' On. ." Meal Id kWM** .." iffl
    1100w. SEw&rpo.1.....t...PavOd. hunt Cpa" )-. I FREE ESTIMATES -! 50 Jinnary I of sarI ., (hI'oara Kiyiwal prapertht *r. ['l-ili-d llm.* mia4int **4 ahell keB. Men Moet ekell *... le ... .. ,Oh. .ll'l'.. Ram ,.f IMrCHlAl
    ikermf rk I"MI ihe refumllni.nill .
    .* fnli"iwei pymt .. nred |c lha felleet I.M lnd NIlIlollipa. SIli rHr, Lilt i
    Ill N. 't."." at. Qul.c T.I"I CALL B"II> Number Amoaal Y.sr ..._ of sail s.ftitiealea ohsli b t Ih* a..., -" 1 laad ikali *>ily a 01.50. to 0.44
    ". plans StAIn -UU. I .. II lit'tl ... I'al dlrartly er todlrerlly or '....n.II. ;law I ,,rd.t r.- I oa.picIr **alHy of lIon: withoe : o wIll iho ( .51 tIll tIe-
    Poll u.LI I 1l.droom leo.,. HniHI"''K MlllkMMdU in I* 1'. .. i..t ........ okllolo oald ally I* 1.1 IB*:h rIO if Mil.III, lb. 1"''' ., lbs ., ,. .. ,. .,.
    WIll tIll Mngsoils: Il-los.: I'40 HDIVMr9 pwviialMi fet II ta II lOS) Isle evy. *4 >*lr.. ..... ..*,*"., funn .hh ,. .. aat refunded P any SioptIeAbtsOII. o .
    =? P100.paInt...7.1.... 627-8881 the .......rt,... fennekra 44 40 05 IbalO $151so I">rfr e, .. ..*..* oay .".... nd ahall k* ,....-"i'h..1 I ..r. ".. aad Ik* rrdlli rer. I SlIWItNA't0tIAUC0J
    Juan II. 11. 1$. lul. I 41 Old .,.1...*.. of kolldli*. ,. ,. 50 ,..... tI'II rIMIon for their payment ... ...nk hellino oai I' ..,...*<.. shall .onllnu* In .0'
    :. I Ik. Cloy of notary. lor oeo .. ,. 351 ItOlo 1191 .... Ironi Iko fututd ....*.d requeeit' of iko loOp In" d. ofIko ]"* wkalever prHirilr of ll.nivcr Sole Oor'll'VIA1IOI
    : NaA.L.I c-or.t. Block Quincy Florida rMy hail Mr. deoonmeol *.. '.1.. Ill tnaoe UI .....,'" oa _,..... It U eireaaly fulled ".,.. nf Am.rirdmalirlnc 1 ....u..., I.... ass" have lOss II. II. ... del. IS
    ."" fttrnotur I ............. big llvtni pel Ice department ...ruin III... 14* taaoe In agreed ky Ik* holder ef or red *male n th"oiKtnai h.oa .. hy Ih* **rtifki** _
    room wIll fireplace aeoaraladlnlnr ........... ... ....._ el.Me III la Ill MM 11. Ibis ,nlflfil lhl Me Bolder of 00 hailer *t per iej >.|*n4 4, provided kaw-ver. Old Hinir* r .Mri4imnA
    room. Two air eondatoi- .. *** lilllilea Tel N...... tot ,. It* t 5.uS 195 kill noose have tk. rliHI lorequire .,lch anvIl Ih.1 sold .hil$5., **) rWlodln* cerilvWl* "rmlur iTArirrcii
    .,.. r...ei In hack yard with VITAMIN AND lertlflrole fur the piroeeea el III to I"* 15w5 ITS or enmpel Ik* .....1.* 110,1 may. k. ll'iuldit.4 al llm. at a 41. ..,1., ,,r .-., -'V the rrantfud
    work: ahop." Phon MAIa T-llll. psyI.. Ik. e el ..._ cad til I* Itl ?> *M tYl .f ih* adralorem lelle* p ewer aol I* *nnini. .ufflcl.nl la lal.r'.l at a rata Oa4U .-ini/' FborlIls
    komo HEALTH FOOD SERVICE aria* IJe.B** eeriBamea rvMMeeeao ltd .. II* U._ IllS .f saId elf or Iho .....,.... era ma.. r.'|,'".. (armanliwk Ills .orroapondln ..Ir-'h r* Is (': N.h' lilt
    FOB BALB I kdrom I. i Special Dirt and terlirieale* ol ald Ill I* ITI Ideal 1070 .aiiat .. cool setS la said _p55v, *. 40.I ,* .. t. roi Not... atJulN
    with ohalnllnk: Coors owar II rIO? saw _..... ..*. oravM.laa ITS In II* lino $slo lly for lbs pymnl ef in* All ...111-4 ,Ini.reel and pr.Wlum .. ... Ohs biloeo .., lbaonoa. A$5St.EV5
    movlnaand will take low d wapayment Health Feed foe tk. eeeorlly ..* .,.. ('esitfbestst ..",...,.. 151 is prIncipal of or laureel en I hieaninoja If *a>. If from f.* *o_".* *f .... eertlfl- )..'.
    : Call UT-7I7I. It Mia Audrey Rci***, OwrMl meet .. eork I "11.... tel 105. lwla.lv., shall h. .11.... ,. ., Ik. meklae of aayInklnc ,. of ill ., $ .!'e*!** this 4lanoa Ti All Cr 4lt'' ka. ...ooM
    ....-. 4 erllftewtea pra.ldu ... .. find other ..erllfl.atimay *,Mi I '.1". 'f D.ssUds
    = lALM l-Medroom Hoow for .. -r I malarliyt reeervo nl h.r.ia, ,. shall k* peMInto fl AdeUkWwl *
    0 = rOB and aeparato 4lalaroom. W. King 8U Ph. M7T411SHIRTS lea le Ik. eele ikereof. -.. til* .11./.1.: rely so tin.- .arm**!* provided far rn tIe .... pmd 455 dim he IMued nn peril Aln.. loll HatMOlTn
    living. room raid In .un.et Acre Ian ....... *........ and oar, I. 1171 aol ..u any lotere.1pymnt bov. doorlk4.. ...1...... Itfurther ... 4.Iic..p.1 f/"" c.rtill.'alsl with inn sloltI.-sl.t I0,0111501b- sad soot o* !" 511 k...
    : U> -- -I ..-..... la *oaeril.a V.HB last ,'.r..',,,, I* Inver It a.r4 kiwei acid W.n..e. It.... .h.1 ko auffkileat erlwd If ell IS.. f'ill*.inaT eo**!* by ..nri.4 sad m.if4 I* r'o
    : Call IWSft. 4. 11. 1141|, ... I.r.nwtan. eel -....f ** **......*l .order al Ik* cloy sod Ik. ....., of .." tfIflfai m.n.y u. I". ertlfVala II sops,I m.tfa ..st aw lal awl 4-nin4
    :: _. 0" .. .-........ prlnrlp amount 'hors of pies lIst Ikle .....,.,... cod fo4 slId thH.arv* PniidPee | Tk ulllill. itS pere4i wIll s.d. or .uk.f >l ro :
    : rvroe4 Inlereal I* Ih. 41. filed ka ekll*.ao ...._ lkf" ..kyhall ..hi.h ,prevkrtoa I* he re}*. th. ." 1111.0 I..a>. aIlo.9 Ik. ,.iio o<"OHI
    : FOR SALE I wHEaEAath: City of Qulnrldeatrea for redemption ..d a pfmlurn sal WHHHHM 5 lIes apes '* lo riilr lit l |, .1.an.. ":. Io.stblof C. A.(lUlf, 4.o.OM4.
    lAw In make prevlatea f'.itk of $5011 Mr mrk eartlfle ..y pmnorly of .. In ... (eiy ; ertlfhclej .t' tk* ''' mtmih I",... 14 ( Miiair, Ifl IM Unooty /.4..
    I Bedroom How ocquiseCloas of .a **w VHf -S .*.._... prior I* slursty.OulIra .f Qulnry bad ekall MMMHOI tealy ::1 ISIs ISO ( *' 4l4r| ik. i.iuaaref I. ttod 4 Uiotly, PtoiUU, al
    : Dw PiyncBl LanE Stall and fw Ik. ... ...In... el of lbs etl *f say _'11. lisa IS Iko reoenae* hifo.tnshoo. y .... 'i. Meithly FiymeiU. FtoaaoInf a pukll *.,.., kulldln for IMr rats for red.mnll"i steals k* lv- la tk!. ,.,.(.**.. ... ; ;e*. -. .. I.> remedy mei hoSe hoes o. U.i u :,. .U .... M Cul.,. riorMo,
    Norman It// tk* lye imlic aad rir.d.panm.ala 50 sot leee then thirty (11 t p5 ........ cefl. I;'. le* Ikerel: Ik* |ihl f iur .* HM* >U ,1.* .. 1 1 m
    : Aln.', An." a4 lo pay Ill scot aria I* ih. .. filed far redemption lladef; Ik. prevlelon ef Her ; Ikerefrem .lpaj and Wool.Irsillips. Una .l llral ovklfol o
    McMillan. UU Mil"aoll I thereof ..ru.... Ih. leunco ef ky r..Iot.r.4 malt fatk Ion t4 of the ekarler ef ealdHy Nee erk p4fm.nlabcTc .l elI r.rliaal.. Ike, lIhi.s.Ste*, I'qo.opio.afo i. It
    Drlr U tlllllle Tn N.esaa. Cartlfl hash al wkkk In. eorllflle la o.rttflclle ka aU lb. re*.lr-4 la au>4* la earkmenik mitelandla **4 the ...tn. *t* I.aim of 4>maM hall .lo *
    :_ ____ .iota parable a* lo prlaripal sod .. sri ,....M. ... ky ... >*III.lee and laotdeol of aaloblo .. Ike _.*ey tk.r.oistds'to. Is r. ..45.hlieo.t.dIII I, aed kail slats yla i ifMM
    intere.1 from tk. ..r_.'. of eekllrwien ef .. appropriate no- laainoMnU aoder Oh.hs.a. ra ,... Inline. ?.I ft.veoa* perm.ni* '...1,1104, l" sod pool o/flrt a44ri :0
    ,iho wumt Ua levied ky said tic* *.. SIms In a flnaarlalewepeper .a ..B *f rinrMa.II POnd *kell. li> ... *>losS ... _; ills ",. i'.nifi,.ie t' lbs rlalwanl, a.4 akall .o.ro
    MISCELLANEOUSFOB uy andWHCKCAI .. or louraal. pokltanedin lo aa4 to.lid .0500 preorrtked. ko pall .e a. th. n...,.. ...,.. .. .. I* ./ abC lalmool i IS
    Ik. tIp now kai Ik* Cloy of 95.. rrk. Hew .. iaai all aee, I.04111..I j4* sal epoch Coal Ik. .. pr....... 00 lIla *,,n-I _ol or oilomay a 5.pnsOob <
    oitnandin It*.*** Hwlmmliilol Verb, or CIt.. ..... Illlaota If ay sod ,.,... reojolrod kentitle (Ita 'OIl. kod of Ik. kaak laid.. ikeeniflrai aoee meet 0.11 <.. in .i.'.."' flllsg of 'o
    A1JI jjiiiatt.r.ii and H...... 'ecllflcaiee .. ... .....fIr... wkl'k, M called for ... Law ef rtorM <* p osd M ke *'- III edlill01eai ...,. .'" 4.llar .., ourk .l-:.i ""-
    akorlwava roc.lv.r payment of wIll Iho prontedlof I red.mpiien la a| lbS hiss of such tad ... .OsrtIe 50 .014 tIer 0ohappas rkoniy ef oiy 1 till"-.":. k* PrMo .. i. ''" hospElls V, t.
    :: Like. -'::.4) Flu oTral radIo said etniuoo la* ar* pi.da d, l-lt ,..*......4 a* lo prlnelp. ..'''' ... ho ,..,..... .,MI** ree lfkl** '.** I .f.e h "*r ill rAixmrf AtOll LII;
    _...1.. Writ Boa "f, ./. PANTSLAUNDERED aa4 I* order to role** Ole pro- ihtrtr call dons ....* ef ..e- .,......, 0. sed .. 1M feedIkenwmfwr alie4 51. .. prlaainal folia 4.. s.dpapaot. 1 A* OsoO.104a at Ik. LosE Will
    0...... Coaaty Tim.. tf need* ., al4 tal ,... Iko llelf demotion shall ko floes kyIiere4 .... .tore of tklo erttfVmta MOl _* T I ** :1' Jn- on4 T..UmlJCr. at J(1H1S .
    }I.. ark ,...*. a4 t* mok lbs, mall t. ... reMir4keMor keead, cult seE hoes hose eddllfcMwl aMMklf 507 I a4 r..IO." p.se ._. ,
    ;: TAIl ur PATMRt4T5nIl ,aura praj.id. la Ik. *.inia.iiary. .. 01 Ik. *4dreee anewa .aIk p.rforsaad .. so esqsse.d. = ka I* o* .-., ospI 51.4 "r 'I' .**4 ..rinl poklloallMi Jan $ ,.
    rnldalr "*.b.' more Ikaak avouakl for Ik. pee.. ....,..,.* r-rutraiuo ....ayXTIrXf I ThIs .*rltfl_. W aoa W e* liMk ef ... klk.ee SItr 55 d.'. .5* year (*AHnAfcl ANfl LIMIMAtlrar .
    percent already paid ..,- FLUFF DRY walt of owl propa.ed UUUllM, I ThaI ..|. eortlflate I....* of _If_.. ..... we. ..* .... prl'lpl *.. dross :: .> of Ike 44nteeel lr Jiaccllrlf
    __ push. Hill ar ""*l. IWO Tai R.nuss e &.. -.- wanHry II I k.U ko iae4 kr ... ".11...... sal _rirmc4 ky Mere*! feejclremeo** ef .U **r. .. I... ". U.J* tOJiGPlo's
    ::: payment eeeaary I. tall I.. ta pay o** Oelelaedla Meyer. fommleal r .*4 City .re* of Ik. finer! "., .Iflecwa kerolo *.iko>OM4 Ike* ; I. Tkcl .h* "- HKbitoKIri -
    -- permeate and deedlln **.ar PwlmmlkaT Pooh lUveeyiCertlftnatee I II...... of ik* iiy, ...... his'. -.., rir*.ill ,... c.4el4t** ,noiiiMia pamyw **<:1. etlMrf.i n'ey TIP l
    day "..* IT'''. tuntart .t."*'1 REPAIRSALTERATIONS porooaat k* Irma*... total ky Ik. oty leek e4 In sad fa* Ooo Mbe ici, slid _* .. Ikm* >a :('*ka NltiA ITATUTM
    Teen ....... UT-THa. II ad meal fur Ik* wrrialir o.4 par.. ...... hav ,,,,,"*'.. .Ikeeoo SI da C* ..... Mo said 0.....'. r4.rI :IM>'le las.. p..'>., .t 10 1* lbs.srl tl Iko Vo'.tfdiloa .
    :. C0.PIoo meal tkereef mod ..... Ill ", .....11. ef Ik* neporolo eeelf Mailoo* ,. .m4a ... he h-Co.. II., a4y 1 f= (sooty' Fit fMo
    : "OB MIA u. foot tWO 0'''.' ., saIl .*rtiflai**, .*..I .. .... City of Qnry fnlareelrelllodr Ill wtmfjw wiiKntvir soil Coed Mail Meet ? < .mtnieelon.. a* ; : lll
    ?Trmdewlad I* ky 11 .... _, : nl Ml 'o ..l M*.O o
    .n.l WMCHKAd _. eertof I 4*. *n 014 eertlfle 'lip of UMMy ka* this -.e-foloro **nol ptln. p>rer. .
    : '.d,.om b.....'roll.. K"" ..** oooMrwiloc *od *** ***|I ej end ...... I. matrtiy ...... ..' t* k* *i..**. ik. ** .... lmr..l a ADA I. ..''.lt
    ......,,_ luooanakly .r : ... .0 If kil ai Ik.
    MORROWDRIVE Lb. ter..ald fartiMloa, taefoaV ka ,.pr.s.st.4 ho reope Mleaked Helmr and Ik I' tOBooas IsiS pnmeaoB. asp 0.
    417-1414. ..fyOB lag lie oot *f lorikekla. sad;I |a Ml* >erim> lea. *..a:. "1" ... of saId ot. *adky ,' 115* ...- 5 f Ik* delivery *f Ik* *,"7 1. AOl CPo4Ila.o cad
    :: BAL l.. rt t-nj T.. **u,,..*,, aa4 *e14Hleao eel i .4 wllk Ik* fceotmil dal 'eof .. M* COach aol ,fa.. .r 5 aWkleoey In _k pay. !** l* Ik* nof-ki.r Nn", C"'.. 5, a-.
    ..... Bare I* Ma"aaa lot INCLEANERS lle_*.. .. Ik* Ml** .bore- oeH Mayer t.eeaealeolener.Oly .,.. of tko _eal efMM aoois okail oeor er .hcnoonSlb. ; 5550 Ik* lerllfl-le r.: : $054 a..a
    oo4*l.4 III an* MIle ...I* i of sad OIl' >l4ie0 flaaaolairawfeo I kMnoeer 14 my Cleeh.He my .ko ...- ._ lo I** Reeerv. y.. nmaliNlM of the Mia all *Mh rooairoii; tr*1 hoe.
    .aL T. k. torn dw ky I laeerte* *ad tea.'fee .:I ky tke e** iien W Iko eer'irvaiea. ...4 .*. ka Inieroat _i iMM Salts .MF tko omini ,..* r*. u. the aoMant *f |** ky .: 4 nod '
    TnVlr ....... $155... call ".-- ..ooes e.._ *. a4 ....., ....*>*e arap.rry ekall ....,.4 M .*4 far ko ... 11.4.5.. '. ..'4 told. ek I MriaMir will in. dillvMf **o ., (taint. o4 .5II i
    $Ill-Ill sIgIL P. (. Boa raise _..t.a ikreo oa* I* taxolkiimiiloa I 'lair -. ptwp.f .._..,.. ... ertth ._I. .l***. tenf .. .li '.. ..4..u op .f .... ...., .... kerel *... yes, o* aliko r.. '
    ** cad ....._ ...r foc.5m5. SlgwISt5 SP'pearlaC af soul .. .'1 .-r l. 'S. I .".'O'' a.rt.,4 he applied l. Ik* kovo aoaloiH lIe *
    141. Hataaa. .. SIflIbmWuhadu.w M ... Boil e'c .. 01.1. 05 .., CIha..o. ..... ... n. W5I005ssdI, d..5ad. lo'
    .. II, I.J, k rtlfl aMa, III****, IkeoyOMOH sa acid .pesa y Maasoo sad "Isp (1.05. h.- V.1 'otrpe.l .
    .' 12dlit1.aairn0IoIir's qunr *.*> .. ef witch wken 44e4 I Ia. 'rtlflealeo. .h.ll k* paqO01oshic all, *: of ike fm day ef JelyIM4. : ..4'S.l... "10 II.., baby pn.l 50.ocno.t'sqlCto.l. .ooair. I.. Ik* '. ,."? *
    .. .... lor bIB klafc. Ik* am..,.< .f ....*** leeael I ** to orawloel lo ,... asses sal (sItes rs.d aeeeea .- 05 ? .4 k>44i loooir, fkkU .
    took p101W It ;I ply DnrtrJa AtrorirOrRfnabiuutlai for Ik* penneol .. MId oat.Maodlnf .Nk ib* eff",-' oe< fvta la Ik. "- iOoo.e ;i.. .. Pl.a.eo.P.od wIll so. 5. p's.do cad ofI.II ll c 'Ii .
    .J.- 100 50. I lorn MV* B>* .. .. ., ..... ,..... 0014 wfinly P .
    t was. rnO? *w,.A*>iaaT fe I Jima. aeil or-c-lutes 1.00sf.5P1'YV01 i..o .1.. 0 .o .1, 0. '. pal ..1 osStiss.loll .t"dQ. ,
    ....,.. .Woor..,. ... p.ylaf Pmcrkm. ft only .. l'rt5ffrsIs will re" ulr* la I 4. T.... IM _.n. ..f pepop. ,OIp.IIr nab,, ,.., da 000 wtikfo. Ml I
    ... :' t..it ':r..1 : anUfnrjr him. ,u55WS of M k 1 IIIHMO Tel .S5O5 Sal ,... ."v...* 4o ke ?Mr .... r- Of .114 t5ls.sl IS I MlafMOloO to II..* W :Ik. lino of tko 1 .*
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    t_ .: _.. of ll* 010t eedWHBMEA4 'JlI- f.-.X..U.----- Ik. .| ..here .1. 110 *r ,..W .., *, _&.* or 4n '
    wad __loa IMn Nook. he ktenffwie fr ike rer prei .. sad .... 0l
    par. .
    HOMES ... .. O. Cesaty "Pt...-Pbseods. 5o5 oslo : reed l < = plo. ..4
    BRICK kaln* fcejnae4 sad : ito Ccetirkmie ere.| kn4le4 ,.
    oreaonl I* Iko ereelatoeie .4Crotsa..o .'.aStI SI . pap .Tl4e4 boO spas IM retireo4 a. .. I* .(lao := i .
    Momior III oae*>.4 : .. las boosts ..555 ...A *>* of all .ol01solItE eerllfl. ky es..ss of ad okatl he -*
    FINISHED .... .. sod la Ik "". kott OOl, 0> f I J
    coMPLETELY Nay Ik III M ..** ky a .- **iiHiri e4. :: .
    Years s.saune IIa..u edeposi Sc I S Loose P_ TeaelI my W %e<4 tao J' Tk4 ALTON U --. I tooo .
    (8.39 pet Month 25 ._ .. loOt. and by (IPdIaSSsS .. oejrpMO tselallS* pnymeMf Y'3' tllcvae* |ir IM ';; .
    Trod $.._ |tf ....... eaj ...._ ofawl r4ea>MlMI OrelOteaM. Pbs .. aolborOisd Sod OU04 5.4 'nr' : .'
    Accept Old HomM ta ear II. IM.. aa4 saId la* Ztre* I". ra4 $ail k* 0.01.4 lk* ?.?._, :. .:'
    BaArootm. OMU W a* oaeOM ta* oa oookor .. fofleed .lol rMOMe4 a i" B4'* .* Iko flre.u ( A us.o5 .
    ALSO- New Blclwnfc 554 puroles. .4 oiu.U Beew.4 ky ,.. Uwe Ik., *f ifc* .:.. Jediei.1 aol ?ooiaossOl .l AIA RWtIIdscsIi
    Repairs ,, .:: :: kottlod *oe = per-off:7 % wads *rut, to PkvrMo. la **4 f.sp : 4'.e.sd p..
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    Additions. Ural. Ihofle4 *a..*.laom 1M MmBolBiiaMd $31 ( ( I I Jpryklt) Hlf. I ika ooeejrt*: fe: r* so y, ISO 4ka ..*= NI,.. p.shlieaif'WI atAuoreoy
    'loll. 01 OAMDVait AMU
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    100% ( Iw. IIIIToToai M 4 ,t J.! 'rr4e4l.e. I
    ik* CHir of Q*M af wk>*> tej Bowl ae* Ceo* Wbsaoc, so.s.sosr I. )H,.,ko4 I*.., ....,u,, .
    at 80S West Waslxfaflton St koreaoaof pM44 or knot**. halIdE Os. 0 .cutiect. l. ,. w J.ika tin "
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