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: August 13, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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VOLUME 64, NO. 33 !

I State Mobile Unit Now i Bloodmobile Quincy Tues.The .In 'Don Fuqua Is Guest Speaker-- .(

Red Cms Blmidmublle

I'nlt will be at the Americas ,
Conducting Chest X-Rays Lrgls Home on 1\ ",. A..
goo IS front 12:SO ..... till

1.20 p.m. At AnnuaIT.E.C. Meet
H. Bradley Munroe, chairman Aug. 15
The State Mobile Unit of the ofhe Red Craw IIItMNI

TB and Health Association t) now Program M.V* that the goal
in Gadsden County conducting will be 140 pints and that Itwill

free chest X-Rayi. The unit arrived > take Inn support of ad .
Tuesday and will be m the the rlltiras of Gaiindm County -- --- -- -

area through August 28 la make this blood programMicerinnil. 1Appreciation New Directors l

Sponsored by the Gadsd en FEA Meeting

County Health Department Florida "II take only a few minutes I
State Board o( Health and nt vxir time and you ran resunie Concert SlatedBy Will Be Named
the Gadaden County Tuberculosis your ,er'mal acthltlr" August 20

Association for special groups, the! u only 1 a few minute after glv G'Boro BandAn

unit' schedule la u follows Ti log "h..... II sans rarh a Appreciation Concert' will In Tallahassee During EveningTalent j//

Frosty Morn, 1508 West Wash Illlle thing to do and mean 11ft
... nark to the sick. and .. presented by the 1'I'I'nRhoro
(ington Street, 13 -
August 9.10:30: I \
Sunshine Laundry West Washington ;.i hind" Munroe .1.1..... High School Bund under! the direction Several hundred teacher from Contest Set

Street August 13, 11.12; 3.30 of Larry Itohannnn al I I ILiberty. C dlllll'n. Taylor, Leon.IJlpl'lun. To Begin At .:30 p.m.
Sunday afternoon' at the
Budd Cigar 121 I Madison, Vtakulla( and
Company West
Clark, August 13, 2.4; Southern N Quincy Youth I bandstand The concert behind. l II dedicated the City Hall to the'hYanklln Counties will hear (tip grew!ton fw Fuqua F'k' iuIa's member Ninth. of Cnn ,
Wires, Joyreland Road, August I:dtitcni of Uiidwlcn! l\Hinly hose flight Florida educators an<<.k to almost District I will I
14, 2:30.3:30: : ; Higdon Furniture, generous contrlbuttons made It ttieni on the lubject." "Holler Un- e1mlewor.(1aaiwmas menilien : speak to I
and Mends of the Tst-
Lillian Springs Road,. August 14, r : To Receive FFA possible for the bond to gn to hTstamllng of '&\" at the PEA quit Electric. Cooperative Sattir-
30.5:30: ; Carter Parramore he Worlds Fair In New Yolk Area III mrfllng lo be held In
School South ;....\M<.. lay nlitht. August 1J at I:SO. Mr. j
Stewart August Qty The blind will leave tlreena- Tallahassee August 20. i Kuqim
speech. will he made at
8-12; Dine Leaf and Woodwards PROMOTE BEEF The Quincy Slat Bank joins with the Farmer DegreeA boro August 20 tn perform ten Alcing with members of the the 2Ird Annual Meeting of the

324 N. Madison August 18, Florida Bankers Association to promote beef during the concert at the Fair and will return FEA Team which Includes lr. Cooperative and laII be held at
9-10:30 Shaw ,
: ; Farm Packing Quincy will be amor August 27 'Joe lull, ITmldcnt of rEA. ra: I the Vrfidwlen
House, August 18, 11-12; Flondin month of August L D. McMillan (left), president of the lure County Livestock
ten Florida Farmer who The hand consists of 1 IS senior i llcndcratin, Executive Secretary, ravlllm in Qiilncy.
Mines, Attapulgus Road August Quincy Bank is shown discussing the promotionwith will he recommended to recelv high and 24 junior high studeote. and Mrs. Carolyn IMstm, Uislr- Adrian C IVlchrr
18, 2:30.4:30: ; Florida Cigar 105 lames Naff (center), manager of Frosty Morn Meats, the I FA organization' highest degree man of the llHi.n tint T_-..... of the president
Cooperative announced
& Duval, August 18, 9.9:30: and W. Bradley Munroe (right), executive vice president I the American Farmer Degree During the Intennisulon at theSuixtuy Department. will be guest "-.k. program which Included entertain the

Weinberg 123 S. Duval SII'l't't.1 of the Quincy State Bank and director of the West Florida at the 37th animal FKAconvention oxMTrt, ,pifucnirttlun ,d er JCMC Stuart, inilitser JM owinning Dun mint a business meeting election
August 18, 10.11:30: ; Florida In Kansas city, Missouri : ; auttmr and lecturer from Muyrua _
Livestock Association. The bank plans to do band awards will be mask to of 1 Director and other events
Shade, 385 East Jefferson, Au-I everything October 14-1 I. Urmiup, Kt-nlucky,
rust ID, 1-4; Gadsrfcn Leaf, South possible to support the industry during this critical period Stale School Supcrinten sot seniors*'. ,Improved first class huntsman banbompn.1nK and l>... Hall Superintendent fltDaikt I City Commission KegliUratlin fir (the meeting will
: begin at 1.00 In
Roberts, August 20, 9-2; Shelter, .. Photo by Martin's Studio Thomas D. Bailey salt ;the degreea outstanding rwiidsman. I Aunty 1'\II>lie Schools, MI.I Member register the from afternoon then
I may
Fletcher ti Butler East awarded based on the Future New Location
--- --- --- anti> ha. served a* s teacher. until 7.30 The hualmHsimwtlng
August 20. 2.4 Bristol ,Farmer In farming, leadership : pm.
County Court House; "Franklln'l.) and tcholnnihlp, The degree -. Quincy TeacherIn coach stticnls: and(4 principal Klorlila.: In He the'la public active I will .begin at t,()O. I

fduStry, 9-12; Telogia People on Square Name i I. limited to FFA memberswho I In a number of prufeasliicwl/ organisations Is Proposed To start things oft for those
), Liberty have been out of school for Attendance At Including American Assoclstlun I whir arrive early Jim and Jesse \
gust 21, 2-4; Higdon Grocery. at least one year and are showing of Miooi: ) AdministratorsAssorlatlon ; ; and the Virginia Boys will be.
South Gadsden August 22, 8:30. evidence of becoming successful!; Science InstituteLeslie four Suiwrvlslon and For Bus StationThe gin their atom at *:30. They

10; Quincy High School, Wes mlnhllshed In farming. CuiTiciiliiin Irrvekosnenl| ; National I will play country and western
King August 24, 8.12; May Tobacco Vacation 'D'ruthers'"If One of the FFA members scheduled Fredrick Jones nl Qulncv Ixlumlkm; """ *"'IUulIl; Mnrhla City Oxinnlsslon In regular music until 4:30.: At 4.10: the

104 East Washington, Au. to get lie degree, George High SclxKil li one of the 4U i Education; Aiwoclnllon, In which he aessUm Mimliy night at City hull talent contest will begin. Jesse
just 24, 24. 11. dlverhouse Jr.. of Fort Mcttrynrgda will emcee the show.
junior and senior high schooscience liaa hen a niemher of the llosn liMtrurted llartn-rt'
Oty Manager
JIavana (Woodberry & DcLacy: ). you had plenty of money fierce, also ha. been named to teachers front II slate I 4 'iMreclors. Uwlrnian of Uw Talented 1 people from all over theO.'P".Uw'a
August 25, 9-12; Havana Leaf; and plenty of time where would receive Uw 1964 Star American and Cantata enrolled In a current I'roirsin Allots Committee aid Gregmy six) Safely Director J. W. area will compete
August 25, 1-4; Associated Grow you go on your vacation," asked! CORE Workers Farmer award and Is one of four Ust Qtrollna College Institute/ active on the Mlremenl, lettuce Hair hi make t study, of parkin fur rash prlaes of 1100. ,00, SAO,OH
ere West Crawford August 26, the roving reporter around the national candidates. for tine title spniMored by the National Si'True and other committees.Mr problem* at the proposed, new and $2& 00. Entered so far ere

0:30-12; Florida Leaf, 1618 Elm square. of Star Farmer of America. I Koundnllnn a* an effort to Improve Henderson I I. man who I II hicallod for UM GrrylHiund IluaStatlim. liHllvkluala and gnur InchidlngtDlann
Street 26 7.30-9 Are Arrested In addition tn Culverhouse, the of InslnidlorIn 'Cnrter to slug, Kathy
August ; Duys, quality
Mary Lashley at Morrow Cleaners weU"cotiatnted with both the benefits the
Strkkland and
to drat play
1131 Live Oak Street, August 26, said, "You know, I've always American Farmer Decree winnersare earth ftence, bkilogy and am) the problems of Uw educational Dun Martin, manager of the
8:30-10; Embry Tobacco, Lillian wanted to go to Hawaii. Don According to Gadsden County Archie William Gaylord Jr, phyalit In srcondnry achoiils. syntitn of rlortda.\ liesiTved station, 110..'..... to knots the Mclllty piano linhhy Oak to Faster alng. and will
Springs Road, August 27, 8:30: ask me why." Sheriff Otho Edward seven pPOopie and: Barney Joseph Stephens' (icratlng under a grant nt on Uw steering rommllle In one of lie buildings on play a guitar Stephen

10; King Edward No. 2 West 'Since' I never thought I'd have I were arrested last Friday aft. Branford; Rodney A. Harmon, $43,400 from the Fnumlnthsi the that pmriuced( the studies/. fur the West Jefferson Street Jolt acne play anos-gen amf I'hyllls IVktle Hike a':4::
Washington August 27, 10:30 ernoun on the Hough Farm west Winter Haven; Dusk Talmadge Summer Institute I I. umler the KducelinnIn Ihe street fnm InimuvJohnstm piano, Aside
12; King Edward No. 1 Lillian the time or the money I don'tknow II of Quincy, They were placed In King, Jasper( ; Richard Nno"l Parr direction/ of Dr Frank W. Hlerof Cltlsrns 194 .47(nxninltle, These studies on resultedIn Motor Co. The two city officials ''If'rrRuM will play the piano.
what I'd like to do. 11 andMlnnIe
Springs Road, August 27 1:30 Jail on trespassing charge anclater ramort Quincy; John H. Sar- the East Carolina scicncs hue the creation nl the Minimum will make a study of ore allualiim Mary Burdley Womlburry
would lake time to think will
some! leo
S; Florida Leaf West Washington released In the custody of grant Jr, Lakeland; Thomas ulty lite slx-wrrk program will use basts and report hark to the rmnmlsslm Woralherry pee
about it, answered Doris Parra Foundation lYngram ,
Street, August 27, 3:30-4.30: I their parents or under JIUU bond Leonard Thorn Fkirala Ala. continue through August SB when fur ill puhllo art itt finance In at Its 1 "next run-ting.. The bus sin- harm dunce routine
The chest X-Rays will be free more at Conerly Bootery. The sheriff slated that VemonCbason bema); Hubert Larry Walker, the second term ot summer "'hooI.t Florida don It presently butted on East The talent contest Is Judged by
of charge and organizations assisting Albert Dixon of the Gadsden farm superintendent asked fowling Oren: and Fred D' the college come to a 'kIM. Inlay.Mrs. Crawford Street In tine rear ol the an electronlo' applause meter
In tilling out cards are Office Equipment said, "I'd get I the group of Negroes and Wh i telaw, Jr. Floral Oty. States represented In tw Institute's Uotwm, Iem1r of business Jitney Jr. store whir. I a operated by a Ompnt
the Candy Stripers, 4-H Clubmember one of those pickup campers and 1 white to leave the premise enrollment Include Ala. education and head ot U. The Qnnmlsslun pared Ordin.ant's tin employee aisl a member drier !
down the west coast of Florida, of
Home Demonstration go When they replied that they! would Chris CarnesInitiated bama ArkansHi, Florida, Lmilsl Adult Education! Department No. 427 on tecond and flnareading. en fnm among thoae attending.
Clubs and Woman1 Club.A see Sunshine St. Petersburg Skyway down go to over Naples the, watt for the law Mr. Chason not ana, Maryland, Massaduimtta, the bit active Mead member High Bchool.and hasbeen has Till I* the budget ordInance The drat three pUu::
spokesman for the organtia Key West and back the Iced the sheriff's office requestIng Into Michigan North Carolina. (Ohio an ., fire th* 1W4-M Aral year he tush prim winners In.
I tins urges everyone to take advantage east coast I'd come never 1'out up CJI that they be removed.In !South Carolina and VU glttla. Two, held winces In nnnwrous tsanctatkms. MaIkmsl ., Aim pasted m -arorsid and final ailed to) pert urn tot the inerobers
& of whirlsnIOM
of the project sta Gad.- the state of Florida." the group of sllrgnd Negro hNtchert hall tram Munlral" Que mm National rending wa *n ordinance f 'rrnIt law In the day.Dmmerblnety
den County has a high raw of Ann Duck of Wynne' laid"Pam' voter registration worker werethree : Kappa Delta Pi Assisting Dr Uler with .Initrucllinal / Kduratltm nuslira Education Asanlallon Assndatum I the keeping. of UvsWck In tea after he talent ton

Ta I !" I'm laving my money; Negro girls, two Negro boys I 'J'Mon".1f'Vf'II new Initiate / dutle In the program rVirlda ICducatmn As*. IdMitlal lawm of Ih* dly. tat jun and Jeaae will perform.
to go there next summer." and two white men. The two men hAw been added to the membership art Dr. George C. Martin In cation, lblk County EduotlonAmictallan. A tax ol SU mill will b* placed They will ctntlnue to play up until

Explorer Scouts Eleanor Stephens I aim of Stuart Wedisler and Walter Scott role of Kappa Dell PI, rducallon earth tclenc and Dr. Talmag U Nil County Osss- on all real property within tiecity / MO pm.During .
Wynne', said she would like to McVoy, laid to be employed by honor society at Florida Lundy In blukigy. oasis Teacher Asanctalkm and Until when Ordinance No. the anemnuit and even
visit California go one rowe the Congress of Racial Equality State University. -- Lint Kappa Gamma. 430 become law. Tins onllnanc ing, rood wet M DIM at rtaamt.
Have EmbarkedOn and come back another. ,were released! under btod. Barbara Dr. Ralph L. Wllherspnon.) director City Reports I waa psjuml on first reading able price by the Oa
"I don't know," replied Glenn Preston, who lave her age of Florida Stale' Institute Monday night. The levy I* the : llume fjrmonstratkm Uuba.lamburgun .
Adventure Chance at the Gadsden County u 19, was turned over to her par of Human Development and pros- Two Wrecks 1-- .am* a* fll'J.* Jut B-al year.A him nukd pk and I
I'd have nts. The other four all IS and rake eutfn Goal cold drink will
Ok The! can of the wild. Ml led Time 1 never figured dent of the Kappa Delta PI chapter petition submitted by red-
three and two of their the TIME or money M I've never I K'years old Juveniles, were also as Id the new member Include The Puhlle Safety Department dents affected was prMenlnl for I be :reel and terveit fond
Explorer about It." released in the custody of their service the Annual MiwtUm la
adult advisor of Post 204 of thought II graduate students,, IIsenior reported two acctdcnti during the he Oxnmlsslun'ikiy anslrk t attsi '
Quincy, to adventure on the Ape. Wanda Sudberry of May' parent and one Junior. past week one occurring Sunday On August 15 '. night Th Aiwmmt uk. ::rlo:111.Uw Own.
lachlcola River. would love to go to Franc and Justice of the Peace A. B. Blackburn I O>rlstoiher Munroe Carne, d and the other Monday ed. that curtain paving I* dime Dem
stay until she was ready to come said that the three adults Qulmy, a senior at FSU. was Sunday's acrhlent Involving two Is, Ifcina imr* m South IIlh and Mnuth 11 In Minlrstliin. Club. 11>11 nameynamed
They launched a raft below Bristol home. were scheduled to appear before nitlated la the summer trimester minors Ink place around 7IS: Time Sports Writer !Streets In the Jackal( Unfits Inert will help aend del*,
at noon Monday which will "Well, I Just had tny vacation him Saturday morning at 10 I ceremonies of the society whichteengnlzrs 1 pm. at Chnndler Drrve-ln: on Fall Imthall practice heKlna Subdivision. Tht Uimmlssliincoralilerslldn gate. to Ihe varkms worthwlillemeeting
take them on a 60 mile )Journey but If 1 had my way I'd go back o'clock. The Juveniles. were placed scholarship' and leadership Cast Jefferson Street. Doth veilclr Gar the young and eager Qulnry prosnaM of tire P.- In the Halt, ,
to Apalachlcola. They will spend (to the mountains of Kentucky" In the! custody of the Juvenile In the field ofswoon.. were parked at Chandler's Tiger. Football Team cm August Him wises :the next city I paving At I, SO the talent winner will

five day exploring the wikis of said Margaret Stanaland at Wilson's. Court. One vrhiH wa. hat Sng fnsn t IS st Cttrry Athletic. Field, ...- project I* sulnnlltrd I for be ass enmu'ed and swanl pre.
the forest and the big river which I A new flash, printed on a sheet: when hi A set fuse 10:10: sralcd. The three
parking bumper cording to Head Ctxu'h arksDraam mevtlng was lop IntUvtilual
were so famllar to the Indians Newell Edwards, mayor of Saw of mimeograph paper wu circuited New Patrolman caught| 1 IaJtt side of the other .m. hVptemiierNil 10 al' which Urn or gniup will put on a show to1'tI1..l1aln
less than 200 yean agi Theironly dust had s good answer u usual. In gulncy over the weekend aiming 1123 damages.Meway will hit studied. on the salt. the lnertshers.In .
I'm-li/t sessions be held
point of contact with eMIl 'If I were young like you I'd go telling d the Incident and asking Added To ForceA. morning al 4 SS anairlikitt twlr daily with I mamln of $300,000 In revenue rvrtifl- > east wing of the Pavilion
be Old Fort Gada- practice.at
ration will at old like "Would this have happened! If .
to Europe were occurred on JeffersonStmt rates to bn usM In the imnslruokm
den where they will ramp tonight me I'd stay home." Gadsden County had a fair and J PI" ket.. of Moullrle Ca., S32S A 3 1(1 a m. and allernoist work- of diy M and. 1)000 there will be s sp. rinsing damilte I new
The three former this week limned the Department mils beginning st ':10 pm. I dales to '(hlWl their.qtglpnrsl
Explorer are Just ahl'riUT" The crude band- Qulncy
Officer Johnny
Public Safety UG4 Ford driven by Ik* Kestnn, psrtmmt uf Public Safely build-
Scouts from Troop 201 of of the tour of l'ublk- Safety u a For the first work all and talk lo members
Boy Vaule snorted, "11I,. Zealand! bill listed the names 33, Quincy Negro, Will .beading, I prariiceS who
Quincy. Will Maxwell, 11, Life uvenlles. atrolnuui, acrarrtlng to Safety 'MIS will b* II..111d. In I I ngTlw might be Interested In apun
And the rest Isn't for publication.
Jetfervst Street
rut "i veered Qxnmlaslon. heard rewirt 'haau, The U
Raybro rlrl.
Scout, Tod Pruette (16)) Star I The "flash' also stated that reports Director J. W halo. lions, Jrneyi and hxKhall shiM.On .
Scout and George Gilbert. (16)) from the people arrested Piikels started to work Monday lift In the light sinking Auipist 24 die team will Anpad I' 'rum the Uly Manager In whk h Company I I. planning to have
Eagle Scout have all had con- Special G. A. Indicate that the COKE worker and plans to move his wife Linda parked 1957 Chevrolet In the I fur tIe first Urn In senor the revealed Umt S3 new ttreetllghU Mr elM-trto. heal van totturtng
rear causing damage to both ve- : had been Installed'. to dU. ,the newest tlix-trW. heating equip
alterable' camping experience and were "roughed up" by oHkerswhen and two year old daughter! pliant with the Male-wide reulstk.r -
have been to the Philmont Scout Meeting Set At they requested to make "tht Patti, to Qulnry, twtay. He hAt hide Cecil K. mil riled tit Up by the Florida They also gave DM Sty Manager ;mint The luperatlve will aba
omcer '
permlaMi to irk bid an a ver- have an tshlUI at ilnrtrtt heal.
New Mexico AMlatlUlIExpIonr In Seined Activities Asserts.Ileac .
Ranch In phone rail which Is their right under IuIIt finished nine yean duty have vehh'leunoVr High"
Kralnn for failure to be used
IItvtvro.IIlIIi ne to 14 and security I lighting. Kubefi
Advisors Tommy White the law. It declared further he United Stale Army.
and the Rev. Timothy Klder of hat "We have to let officials The Plrkrl attend the Mesh mistral and having an aai- Cnseh DMUHM slated I letter. In maintaining parks, playground Jurmsiin Umipany! M Quincy
dent. ii
and crmeterte win have an aw> m" .hll.t.
the New Philadelphia PresbyterIan Association Girls' Auxiliary know that the law must b* obey wilts church were sent to all prospective IM4 '
Church who sponsor the Director Mrs. Elmer Hance, ed In Cadsden County! Quincy grklrlrr a* to the practice Tim I bualnestmeeting
Post mad the trip with the boys. announce I meeting at I:SO GUEST MINISTERAT Salter Is New srhnlul" and all ere nrpM- At thTheatres I will begin at I ,m. with
They are scheduled to arrive at Tuesday afternoon August llth .1 to repel mturrtsy.. Any oth Mr. 9 k'I,trer praaklln lie will
Local Bank Aids :
Apalachlcola on Saturday afternoon. at the Thomas Memorial Baptist CENTENARYThe Forest Director m wins might not have received This WeekAt I report to the mumhort .si !the ao.
The boys will earn I ape Church. '' Hev. William R. Marrow, leaats are aim Invited to rpurt *- nestle of the Bard drlr.rkrrs
cial Scouting award known u the The Girls' Auxiliary Is a unit Cattle IndustryThe I Chaplain of Albright" CUIege In I Owrle. E- Halter I I. fh new I' Hslurdny tar tl* pnwllrea. the tNt Theatre this sonic In oVIlUnn to qua there will he
"60 miter" award for the trip.i ieJU' of the Wnman'i Missionary unarm Reading Pa., win be the guest tnfnrmallon and Mucatkmal Dtrsrtnr -l leg week will .tar "A Hard 1Ja,'. repels front the Treasurer M.
trip is lev- at the Cadsdrn County Baptist Quincy Stilt Bank will' pnfnr at Ontenary MHhndlsturrh iA the FVirtde Forest Vrvto Night." starring' the Ik-alle onThursday. H. Haiem Jr., and the ManagrfLmn
of ;Jm'J: preparation Association. Thi meeting Ia forth lend lie assistance to the ElorllaCattlemen's (> Sunday morning. I he this INitrlct. Gaxhrlen as Forestry ReportThe Friday, and IklumayOn .I a:. Weaver

which included earning study of Mar ....... a new Association and the Mr. Marlow who I* a member, well u nine other counfle arrtnrluded I Ga/tnlffi Courrty Forestryfrrvtre lulurdey also fuetund will heIg. A nominating onmmlltoe mans
the money needed planing and I book compiled by Mir Betty Florida Bc*< Council to promoteAmerirenprodured of the KvnngHtcal United Brethren reps). so wash II,.. lute Tsll." (>n lunlsy.Mnhy .I peed rf LawaH; rle rtuer. ehaie.
constructing the raft, studying Brewer and the study will be beef It waa Qwrrh I* the ..*.uvlaw ali Mr. alter. eurrtenl Dm S erywtn In the Numbwit Tuesday will be "Iilrro! nun, Ralph K. Woutamln. J. MT.Oirr .
map and photographs of the leer led by Mrs. Guy Wade. An toiler- announced tray by L. D. McMillan Mr. and Mrs. f. M. Storm al the! left recently, fire Africa. llrI I ..:'fI'I" January I i Neighbor Item, Marring Jack C W. Oil" ant W'nfcui t*.

water safety Instruction by esting program of activities la president of the Quincy Sawdust Community lie is married I II a retired' Count In the Army of this year bilal IS burning Lent..."" wants, Jr, Cwt but fnuiUi and
Spedattsti from Slat Bank. M the former fflrrtnAffording 'and I II S gradual of the University rvvnUMlx. candklale. lor Unt
Corps of Engineer I planned Including the testimonies Betty 411 irrr Number ot wood 0mreported At the lull Drive-In Friday and,!
Chaltahonchee' and planning meals of a Queen Regent and defeated During the entire month of August to the Rev C Nash of FlorVla with I degree hi I at this wore tun a year Saturday wtn ke 'MMdaun. Wood- kill a* .IWt. Mstrfcl I- Ad
and assembling of supplies. I Girl Auxiliary leader. s colorful beef prater furnished I Phllpnt. nunkrter. at Cmmary.the romtryAccording. i ago **. S? Awning 1211 armKalnfsll dlng" and fnlurod, for Siesta'I run C )l...trh.,. Uisirk.1 a- M.

"This Is I fine example of how All the C.A.'a in Gadxden County by be the Florida Beef Council I MHhodiat Chirrd and the to David Bums, CsyfcVn .'i In Ihe Query area ifcir- wilt be -A N- Kind of lava H lint**, Jr. lIIttr1t1" llaytiMiImAt.
exploring can bad to adventureand art Invited and any girls bee will displayed prominently F.vngetlcwl United Brethren < County Forest lUnjr-r MrMHrr I Inc the past week everagH 4II; slarrlng Paid Hrtmm. fJMrli't 7.- Calvui C.Uwsl. .
development of tweet the ages of f and 1 S art In the bank. to be able to I aisle win merge In ....... two. I II |araid at the rollrWIquarter H/mnitlf 9; Havana J; a/IIf c txtriil- Arthur ... .
:"t.r:1 "We are pleased year. In TaflahaasM. averaf. 4 42. I MiUm.4 w rs|. fHe)
tical skills as well enrnuraiced to come. Rrfreshmerts help out rkrtda'i vital cattle Indmrtry. .-- -_-_ rwd1- ---_ G'BORO CHURCH ;
lasting friendship with adult d I win be served before the, ." Mr. McMillan and.
outstanding character'* said JimEd meeting concludes at S m. 'Florid I* bring beseiged by ..I 1 I BEGINS REVIVALA CORE Worker
Gilbert president of the Su- revival will be eondurvd by

wante River Area 0x IdJ. Two-Day Golf kn.beef. (h* CroMMbure Awmbly >4
ttirough our pnrtsv Our .w. cat- Swab brtt lnntnej tilt Runway rv-

Midget Football for It* Industry wd and deserves fling el 7.4j. sV-rtt MLeVoy. 01 Gainesville a
Clinic BoysAt I die support ol every cJttjm elFlorida The Rev In Ibmrb <* WsycmM. .. .hit* staff snnnJter at CORfs

Set .* C.w will be Ih* gumt spraifr (:ntsw. 0Clu.n.td, '''''1-
Registration Sawano Club e wti *v.Mng and will smnrfpwtal art, irpnrted to Om yulnrir DKpirtnvtn

Registration will open today)I Is Misting tnanfuurt byMM d ptiMi Ulfiy MlayslaM
A igolf Cllnir far boy from the!E. H. Fletcher
far B. canting tall Midget Fowl Joyce Carter, elao of Way Bret ht had BMM. attacked
|lags of sine yean up win b. held. ...... war Carte Jarksi ( rountsOiwM
bail Peecram. at th* Sawano Country Club TV Club Speaker 10th ttnvt
Registration will continue toW I 1SII.armrrbnc .\ Th GefMt r.> Asatmbry d us
end August
day IW said thai alt ftj.IMWM .
Cat Onm-h ahead 1 ear WM
IIII'IUIItnur.tlJ. September M luralH
open to Bob Wind, pratesatmtl Edward rXrhrr, .f Greens
dm whilt.
ty SAM
10. the aerond Thursday mile uurhwst ot Cnvnthmand ,
at Ih Hub.WM who to motor tobaeregrow
lt o. e 'thai ant at nwrs trW to gal bintto
and deli setfcr tut to mr4Ully fcwnedto
school Marts puMW
after aid that the dnk, |nr to mi enuwy, aotd of
tryoBU- eiKmi OK iwlvsl. i BM. When W r"-urMj he
Midget grtdder children of members only win lest peoArers- attar problems M dolma thai IT- BU stench hiM
All younn er will be eBgtblefnr he held boss I* to U ...... eat*] die weekly Khraru dub past- M Iht .... cub the butt ofruV. e
he program wtM art not more day. RftatraDan w9 be. heM etI lie Monday at the JeflermsHnecr. New Corporation .

thai 120 pounds to w dda. Led' M an rra,. AIleIL Wind.' Lanwr Beihr. pragnmrtmirnuM. aWretary af Haw Tom MImI J. W. RA,. 01 Qnlnry. wu ....
are at out It years of age *ndsnt Dated! that the cone to tree.OB mtrodurrd Mr. Ivicfwr. .Mkwnro* IS* rtwtrrV* of TU- rued by Q tits y pnttr* on an
iwre nan U ran of age, asf may August W. a toonsment Mr. IXrhrr nut arty rrrJedra .M rtnwir Cnrpuratinn, p. aM assault tIMIrp and pkwa4 under
January 1, 1HA !,. win be arid *J t.. cM'' of th pmMcrM taearl by to- .. 4M, QuMry.Auffnrtsrd i I3S bnut winds was InrtoitaKlwh

Ibcurrabai ants will be far al buys to Me age graop., betas tsnnvs ae fat ae bourse atemremed. tto-k t* the tcrpnr0im ..j tTty cure snet Monday I II
tvwUM coir at May Dme and The entry lee alE b. C and rr..1 tad ... told of sian. WM 20 shera of tanmns

Kmtton Drpaitsw at City I Mretinm win b* xryu4; M any].bmc null tocopt wttfe t. ittit- Mark at IM per star. Blind. on I I I, CUKE workeft Sfe 18 CadadsM

juaMidget tins betwertl iwt end that tatle.. I aaoavBuk SUMMER CAMP Company B., 2611 Engtaew Battalion. Florida National Guard July M and am** W fc..nr. O nary ewduiWil a voter regiofrmlkw
playen who vr ou The toamry w4 brgM' at II .... T..,. trrwM el Ae ..... ...Mnnsv Incorpntelur were Par eVIvt 8/IIIJIII the Nfrae
left at Saturday to ewe week of awoal Gall of Ft Stewart GeL
trams hat yew art akw rteuuwi and prtsre WIll be warded tnrwmnrn lie. an the ibsene of e. peel Qttiacf ooo kdalaa r, nrIW. A. Pavt Mdfhetrk Tire group cnmpisHd" at wlttt.
to regMer ..... HMs ass.r .j[ Muse mutaas tg* gra+.l one L. W D..ner. Tang 11ivto TBOTV ore 112 mea to 0.. Quiaqr Coapoar, Car.masdlrsq ottcet U Copt John K.Tallohosee. J. iutnun. all of Quln- aM Krgra ...., Bate Md feet I

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The able goods and for busing was GARDENING Mr and Mrs Cecil A. Beam and!It to Join ttxlr parents, f.r Cnininandir '\ .
I National OutlookBy IU per rent hlMta I than WJhesame : r dater Nancy Carol. and Mi*. I, O Mi Mil-1'41\1400., ;A'cEl' Fil'a of New C

was approximately period a year in line ago.with Thl- IN FLORIDA rjolta tfa Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wiggins, 'Ian, Jr, who had been waiting ..Jeans was ifurin'of: the AI1h1"F'
George. .1f'IIont Jr. Missc Mary France andCynthia here with bit parents, Mr. amiMr ywten
1------- no longer much ahead of the I J wf.\.If
; Bjr Jlpnwy Kdllur Cox have been vacationing *. L. D. The children Mri i. and
THE BOOM SHIFTS GEARS 7.1 rare In national ,Wmrpe
) and gross -
for Victor
It'll housing. Currently, Hindoo has returned remained here other
product.rat Florida AirleullnralKxtmrdcm In Gatftnburg Tenn. and the tor a longer i children vacationed at DC "
The th -a-half year old I[howewrb the leading factor It the, Swire from New Orleans where he was Mountains of North Carolina. visit after their parent* returnedto (tin Beach while, the was lien
business expansion continues with expenditure for, The real leader during title kite] Transplanting azaltaa In aura-I an attendant In the w ddhw of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Rfiter R. L :Joe Ftxel at QuIncy axnampainod ,
no discernible Ion of momentum.But plant and equipment I period hm been capital mar la like a till with the wife frlenda.i and children are vacationing this Mr.*. R. a Woodward Jr. and Richard Wynne ton of Mr. .114,
a significant change In lit I Follow the Leader? Outlay* lor new plant IJlllndln"I. both can have a pleasant ending i I Mr. and Mr.*. J. C Hbnnn and week at Galloway Gardens. family and her mother, Mrs. Pat Mrs. Jake Wynm It visiting h s
character la occurring. A con Of course, both consumer 1IX'IId.ling ment have Increased by If you are careful. family haw beers vacationing at Mr. and Mrs.. Larry Bryant and Munroe have returned from a vacation aunt and husband Mr. and Mrs
This almost(
cent la
sumer-durables boom has changed Including non-durables and Since the temperament of plants Panama City Beach. two daughters' of Jacksonville are at Montreal, N. C Arthur Lemer in Orange N..1.
Into a capital-good boom but' a* well as durable fast a* the growth In the economy is more predictable here' art I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dawit spending this week with his parent Mint Ruby Btount Mrs.. I. N. While there he has attended ti.
not U yet, into an Inventory; I and business upending have been I Kenprally few tips on winning. a battle "" .1 have been visiting Mr. and Mr Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bryant. Blount and Mrs. J. E. Todd have Workis Fair in New York and the
boom. I riling I throughout. Generally Thus our economic expansion nature. E. J. BuHl I In Orlando.Aflat Mrs. CecIl Price Is patient at 'been vacationing In the mountains baseball games. He is also veiling .
In Its early stages the rise wa''speaking In any movement in,gradually assumes the charade But before you dig up Uw Anna Kate P.I'IOIhu Gadsdcn County IlnKplUL of Tennessee and North Carolina. his father' relative and
sparked chiefly by Increased con- busmeat conditions consume I of a capital goods boom. This first- mnll..t -hP- ..o. In .lv un,returned to Jacksonville alter! visIting Dr. and Mrs.' R. R. Kincald returned Mr and Mrs.. L. C. Fleming and, being highly entertained.
turner spending for durables (au.I spending and business spending was to be expected aa production. the situation. This :judIj her aunt, Mat.. W. C Crouch I Monday from a vacationat family of Albany Ga., en route Miss Sarah France: Anders if
tomoblles and household appltanc- move In the same direction. level began to encroach' on available ; reason for moving the flowering,and family. Lake Junaluska. from New Orleans La. and Pan' Plnrville, La. is visiting MMMartorle
But we can usually" sm certainparticular capacity. shrub and where you will m sectors of the economy Inventory' Tread It. ,who ha been training with the at Panama City Beach with. er, M.lenry. Faulk moth-I
Floor Covering leading the procession, while other During any prolonged expansion Some folk discover I that teen-|'National'' Guard at Fort Jackson Mr*. Fisher Williams and family Mr and Mm Ernest ,week.Mr.. and Mrs. Kenneth Thorms
I sectors move in he tame way economists usually watch for the age azalea I are cluttering up the I Columbia, & C.. I II home on a Lynne and Neff McMillan III blood of Winter Garden Yoong-j and ton are spending the WCCK
but at a slower pace. We then point at which It turns Into an Inventory bedroom window and providing!I17'dry: Icavt with his parents have returned to Mlridletown R. weekend here with Mr. at Emerald Crest
Including formic J conclude, at /leant In the absenceof ; boom, This If roe phase tiding place for Peeping Tom,, I! ---- ; .
Inlaid Uaoleum. rabbet. evidence to the contrary; that when an Increasing proportion of Other pear that the rotting \
the fastest moving parts of the current production goes Into (lock.' mulch around the plants gives
1nrL corkCounter economy are creating the conditions plies rather than out to final purchaser heir home halitosis that even
In which the other economic *. Our current tIe1M":1t their best friend wonder about '
Top I sections are) participating.In l ever, gives no
It U
for that the !
scot shrubs
I the first siege of the business Ia even approaching that point In Statual'
,rise which began in 1881 consumer fact, during Die drat half of 1964 mote snuggling close to the house, pro- M ouna J
WorkExpert damp, moldy growth that
the rate of Inventory accumulation
spending led the rise while ; rot off nvrii of hnaivli faster
I capital spending increased less wen 1901.lower than at any time since! that you can save i iP Yr;
rapidly. Between 1061 and 1962 tacements.
AU Types I the genes national product Increased There li nd reason to suppose
that capital U about Roaches and other house-hunt.
7.2 spending to
by per cent Expenditures
J ._
,,. "J
ing Insects often = '
use azalea r
Installation for consumer durables rose reach unsustainable levels or that
by 10.8 per cent and residential tills new stage In the business mulch at their baa of attack
II construction Increased by 11.8 rise la necessarily a step toward and Invade when your best cow-I
per cent. But expenditures by Its termination. In fact, an ex any can witness and spread embarrutlne -
SHE(FER.B LITCH business for plant: and equipmentrose >aiwlon In productive capacity 1* rumor I
by only 8.8 per cent essential to provide the base for A neighbor took an the above JUST ANNOUNCED I
""" IrY4 :t ,L"IA The story during the past 12 further growth. reasons In stride and vowed to
/owner X now* months ha been somewhat different keep her azalea amend her home
In the second quarter of HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS until the discovered that a small
.- 1964 consumer pending for dur- snake used the shrubs a* a ladder
to climb atop a window. ledge to -
bask In the sun

B, Marjorie B. The tint tep In moving an
MADAM FAY Gregory azalea U to use a length of rope
filth In serte Agent to gather up the sklrt-Uke branch-
*s Into a tight bundle around the
Food Pact and Fallacies
main trunk limb' This
Rr.DKlNU :
: to read your ENTIRE LIFE The trouble DIETS with digging a sizable ball odearthand
past, present and future She ask no most reducing main root without snipping!
diet It
they deprive the bodyof
question, but WILL TILL you what you off outer branches that contain '
want to know, giving dates and necessary; nutrition In an overenthusiastic next spring'. flower bud.
m business, love, health\ and family -a.f: attempt to bring
down the weight a grub-hoe begin a trench
Tell you whom you will MARRY and around the base of the
when. If the' one you 1 love I* true and what deficient Reducing diet are too often east 1] inches from Dm plant main at !
to do to be Miiworfiil, Will unite the separated In protein food, torch umeat. limb
Dig the
locate absent friend and relatives, fish, en, cottage cheese deep
cause enough to cut below
all the
happiness between MAN and and milk. If they are. of the type runner
up rout, then with
lover' quarrel, that rely on one or two foodstuffs a shovel undermine
such the the plant until It 1* supported -
as diet the
Tell tt sickness or bad luck 1* natural enemies evil Influence :lamb chop and pineapple egg diet, thebanana by only a toadstool column of HERE ARE 10 GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY IT!
and bad luck. Doe not tell you lo please you, BIT will tell the and skim milk diet and earth Slide the excavated plant
truth One visit will repay you for disappointment In all others. similar device, they may be de- onto a trash cart for transportation
1 not only read your life like an open book, but I also help you out finest In vitamin and mineral, to the new location. 1. Deep Action agitator moves uplInddOwI17.. Choose four combinations of wash and rinse
of your trouble Medium and divine healer. beside being so monotonous that Replanting the azalea In agroup
it Is difficult to adhere. to them. near a long line of a hedge Jet currents help remove heaviest soil. temperatures.
Com and tee why you are so unhappy, why everything; seem to go An Individual can lose weight If will help to break up the monotony
"'run,. Why be sad and downhearted, sick and worried when you he follows theM diet*. However, of the hedge and give a flush i 2. Jet-Away rinsing scoots lint, scum right out 8. Jet.simple mechanism no gears, no
can be helped and everything made clear by consulting THIS GIFT almost Invariably he will regal of spring color, say Agricultural of tub. belts, no pulleys to cause potential service
ED ADVUEB. this lot weight when h* returns Experiment Station ornamental problems.
Everyone welcome to his normal diet. horticulturist I 3. Jet-fast spin! leaves clothes extra light for
NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house to If
new planting site I I.
house calls. She will prove that you can obtain your ....*.,*... A safe diet and I* really always effective reducing to with sod remove the covered lod-I II quick drying. 9. Developed and built the General Motors way
Everything sacred and confidential Madam Fay It licensed by the planned for use on nandy of lawn know it's
he similar, to a normal diet con spot | so you good.
State' and County. Located. permanently In her own home for many sisting of a variety of common I or better yet, place lie sod in 4. Worry no more about tangling! Clothes come .
years In Tallahassee, Fla 90
Highway East 3 Miles out the
on foods. These food the old azalea site. I out easily, separately even strings
Jacksonville art carefully apron
Look I
highway for the Hand Sign Open dally from chosen Next, dig a hole larger and I 10. And the price )
T a.m. to I and torn provide fewer ca10l11'1Ulltn I seldom snarl!
p.m. Sunday 1 p m to 9 p.m. deeper than the ball of earth of
I the body uses to that body itself is
fat must be burned. At the tame he plant. In digging the hole 5. Pra wrinkles In Wash & Wears- ct.
MADAM FAY. PALMIST time, a safe reducing diet provides keep the richer top toll separate' tlca"y."o a good reason 2 0 9 9 5 '
an adequate supply of all from the poor dirt In lie bottomof easier ironing. to buy!
other essential" nutrients. the OI'bo I I
Ehosss IU-ton placing the shrub In 6. Automatic Soak cycle-Ideal for diapers,
Graciousness Is misunderstood' the hole, add a sueabl quantity I I work clothes. ira :

L--- ___ __ by brutes weakness.. of well-rotted organic materialand t
a handful of azalea fertilizer.
Mix this well with a scattering of
top toll, then adjust the bottom of _
the holt mixture to that the azala L1lTQTDATR! r tiIIJt41,4,
will alt at the same level In I IIt.
I new location a* it did near the I

house.Now, add a few shovelsful of
top soil around the plant and Ilia ilB I'I I
wash the loose earth down Into '
the root with a generous supply .'
NOWThe of water. Repeat the process until 1tt4
the hole la almost tilled then I
form a water basin around the
base of the plant and fill this basin
with well rotted mulch. Oak leaf I t.- E
mold I* fine.
Next oak the root of the plant
u mil you become alarmed at the I '
dze of next month' water bilLApply { "
water dally or when the / t'" ,. ".. /
tIIi' ,
perfect time to the best deal America's No. 1 plant gets an 11:00: o'clock droop r J > I

get on carsTraditionally To ply prevent a One the mist midday of water droop to, the ape _-:.. .,: .era I \

leaves of the plant u needed. :'> '
With this approach and a bit of I I 'i- >, __ .N, .
7 "'
lurk, your azalea won't drop aeaf.
l Of course planting just be- .

.aM ,d.na.Adryvr.q a aer.. s. a> .iathisew. 'ssaetsi.;LV ...a ca v, fore a wtek-long rainy spell I* .
added Insurance P'or. schedule '
of the next rainy spell contact I "
your local weather bureau. Sign of,'a
Chenroiet Im S rt Coup.CJlcrelft Senator John O. Pastore, (D.> ,
R. I.) hat been named the keynote ..to wash.
speaker for the Democratic | .
National Convention to be held at
Atlantic City, N. J. lie I* one of PATENTED'DEEP.j'CTION
the Senate' most colorful and I

forceful orator The 57-year-old .
lawyer has a reputation for both
earless attack and sweet reason AGITATOR
ableness. !

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and iho* withminiature
Kod;{ equipment -- I Flowing Heat Dryer! New Jet Action Models

force us to clear out '64's!
Gentle Flowing Hut

II Nora Spat Corps dries clothes breeze 2 DRYERS Only $119.64

fresh.No. .
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-stoop screen on .
Smooth drum.Porcelain Enameled 2 WASHERSOnly $178.20

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Chevrolet bee been $149.95
America's best ..lIer. And ri Masterful performance
more than ever, because the hnO"1 SEETHE "INaIIft.I 'THE Nol BUYS in t nt 35mm reflex

year U almost over and :your Chevrolet New. .Ne,.n.eii, .... of _., --
dealer has to make room for the '6T It's America's beat buy. But don't wait. R./1.a/ Ces.aeaesse.4.eerysigea :i.
Come in and we how great the deals No.1YOUR New bat .a.etrbe,.
are on these No. 1 cars. Como in now c.MeI lass pee M* ..pow enp.s

while there's still a big selection of .e paw. teaerck.ee..bl.CeeStsaseapewes lie.lf

modela and colors. Come pick your .9.. ,.......-.... dada airs!
favorite while the picking's still good. CHEVROLET DEALER ..... hMrt Wg-ctM. M
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An extensive investigation disclosed, that on June 25th 1964 HIGH FOOD PRICES were murdered at Casey's Discount Foodliner in Quincy -

Florida. Murphy Casey, after being charged with the murder of HIGH FOOD PRICES, is out on bond,but is confined,most of the timeto
Quincy's Discount Foodliner on West Jefferson Street. Murphy Casey claims he is NOT guilty,because he is saving the people of the

Quincy area, Hard Cold Cash. Mr. Casey claims that if the people check and compare hiseveryday low prices with other super marketsin

the Quincy area, he would certainly look guilty .. But all that he is doing is passing thebenefits of his buying power on to his customers -

with CASH SAVINGS, not sticky stamps, coupons or other gimmicks. ;



EVERYDAYDelMonte I New Price Old LOWPeter Price New Price old DISCOUNT I Price New SS.: PRICES Price New Price Old I II
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303 Can zip Pan- 12 Oz. Perfection t McCormick Or. i
Fruil COCKTAILDelMonte2 29c Peanut BUTTER 37c 43c RICE21c 33c "c Black PEPPER 33c 39c
'* Can DelMonte- 14 Or. McCormick Pure- Oz.
PEACHESPink 25c 35c CATSUP 15c Morton SALTDixie lie 27c Vanilla EXTRACT 25c 29c
Belle- Lb. 1
SALMONStarklst Beauty Tall 53c 65c Bar-B-Q Kraft- 18 Oz.SAUCEKraft 33c 39c SALTINESPillsbury 19c 23c Wax Cutrlle PAPER 25c: 29c I

6VS Oz. Can French- 8 Oz. Layer DelMonte IS Oz. '
Chunk TUNA 31c 37c DRESSINGWishbone 23c 29C Cake MIXES 35c 41c RAISINS 23c I 29c
LeSueur- 303 Can Italian- 8 Oz. Pillsbury- Lb. HersheyLb..
Tiny PEAS 25c 31c DRESSINGR 35c 39C Pancake FLOUR 33c 39c COCOA 29c 35c
DelMonte Cut- 303 Can Label- IVi Lb. K.lIoQQ'18 Oz. Carnation 1 Lb.
Green BEANSVan 23c 27c Karo SYRUPBlackburn's 26c 31c Corn Flakes 33c 39c Chocolate MALT 39c 49c
Camps- 2Vi Can -No. 10 Jar Kellogg' 9 Oz. Comstock 2514 Os. I
Pork & BEANSWhite 23c 27c SYRUP 85c 99c Sugar SMACKS 27c 33c Apple Pie FILLING 33c I 139c
House Quarts Shortening Lb. Can Kellogg's Plllsbury
Apple JUICE 25c 29c CRISCOQuarts 70c 83c Variety PACK 39c 45c Pie Crust Mix 19c 23c I
Hawaiian 46 Oz. Aerosol 40 Oz. I
PUNCH 31c 37c CRISCO OIL 51c 57c WINDEX 49c 59c SQUICK 43c Sic
Armour'a12 Oz. Mazola Family Size let Spray Argo
TREETGerber 39c: 49c CORN OIL 75c15c! 79c BON-AMI 59c 69c Corn STARCH 15c 19c
Strained 9 For WhiM House Quarts Easy Off- 8 Oz. A&H- Lb.
Baby FOOD 6 For 5SCj, 99c VINEGAR 2k Oven CLEANER I 49c 69c Baking SODA 13c 29c

r : CLOROX Gallon Plastic Bottle 49 COFFEE Maxwell House $ fi--37 ''I'II

I FROZEN FOODSCans Be Economy-Wise! Buy Top Quality FRESH PRODUCENO.

6 Or.LEMONADE. In Our Discount Meal Department! 1 WESTERNLETTUCE

WAFFLES ;:,'; lOc
lb.33e Heads

DAIRY PORK CHOPS 3 ibs. $100

ICE MILK J::1 on 39c l Lb. 10'
PORK CHOPS lb.59c Bad

-Cinnamon. Crescent

Butterflake ROLLS 4 for $100 SLICED SMOKED BACON & 93' 2 ib, 45'



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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY Friday, August 21- Alcoholic Anonymous and Al]-Ancr
sod continuing WILL IT COME TO THIS Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul' Parish House; Canning
TH& CHATTAHOOCHEE TR1BUN1Publl Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter, 9-12 Pos
.*.d esch Thursday at It 8. Madison Street Office.Monday .
A Jok H. I orr N.r.nap.rCTABUSHdD
1901 Community Service by the August 24- Kiwanis Club, 1pm.,Jefferson
Qulncy florid House; Canning Center, 8.5; Social Security Representative
-.. -- -.. tax M QvunOn rlMdw Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627-8518Thursday 9:30: a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse
Veer. MOO Two VMra. H 50 Bit Uoothi sin
4 z August 25- Conning Center, 8-5 Rotary Club
J. I* HvtchtaftoaToi "dl,.A.r August 13- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida Tuesday ;
1 Jefferson House Blue Lodge, 8 Masonic
> Ctrmu p.m" p.m.
ett4 N..Ielt
State Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St
Building; Business & Professional Women, 7 p.m.,
k11iWL3 nfl Friday, August 14- Canning Center, 8 5; Pilot Club, Kittrell'i RestauranLWedn..day

NATIONAL tOITOmiREMOVE 7 p.m., Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12, August 26Navy Recruiter, 10:30: am,
p Post Office Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon Kittrell'i! ; Exchange
I Monday, August 17- Kiwanis! Club, 1 pm., Jefferson Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center, 8-S.
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t House: Canning Center, 8.5: Masonic Lodge, Gads ,
den Chat No. 30, RAM, TALMAR-QUIN Council !ARMY ALLOTMENT: tOSS 1

23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social Security Representative I The General Accounting office
9:30: am, Courtroom, Courthouse. said that bad administration of
TIlE BLOT I the Army's allotment system Is
Tuesday, August 18- Life Underwriter, 12 noon, Klttrell's! I'costing the Government about $2-
rt Restaurant; Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, 1 000,000 a year In erroneous payments rI
L14 L1- p.m., Jefferson House; Lion Club, 7 p.m., KittrelT The most common error,
U.S."IGH SCHOOLS'EpUCgr1ONAL Restaurant It reported, Is the failure to make
RECORD 4 ,roper deductions for United
Wednesday, August 19- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., slates savings bonds, Governmentlife I
Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell'i Restaurant; ; Insurance and support of dependents

.r.w..w M weer,. ::::::.::::= = flr Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Gadsden on_allotment_requeits_
s-.=== ===== County Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden County
-:=:....::.--- ::..::===- Hospital\;; Canning Center, 8 5; Marine Recruiter, LOANS
---..--....---- :== ...-- 8. 12, Post Office
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:-=-:::::-:=-.-. == :::==- .:.;,-= State Employment- Service, -9-3, S-, Robert- St Lowest Closing Costa High Appraisals
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(which 1* true) and that Goldwater integrated the National
Guard and state-operated Arizona restaurant many CHARLES EINARD, Owner Quick Confidential and Courteous Service

year ago (also true), But this will not be nearly enough.In I e Remodeling a Addition SEE ALVIE WOLF AT
the end, the Goldwater strategy U to win without NEW CONSTRUCTION
w1. New York State by appealing to the million of moderate I Garages a Carport a Porches HARBIN WOLF, Inc.
southern, and reacting voter who (it 1* thought)I e Roofing a Siding a Cabinet
just feel like thirty-two year of liberal or leftwing administration I I Florida Rooms a Enclosure 321 West Crawford Street
1 II enough, at one stretch. I "No Job Too Large or Too Small" Phone MAin 7-8737

Havana Highway Phone 627.8495 Your Business Will Be Appreciated
Puny, Pointless, Political

Examining the President'. billion-dollar "war on
poverty" against the background of the combined Federal .
state, local and private social welfare effort that add
'ONLY S PER CENT HAVE BEEN EXPOSE to than $100 billion chow be
TO ECONOMICS COURSES.The up more a year, it to puny,
pointless and political."It .Ii
Missing School Course would be better for the general welfare," says the
Council of State Chamber of Commerce in Its analysis,
America' high school student are being taught to "to reduce deficit, minimize the inflationary buildup, and c
drive oar but they are not being told how our economic protect the value of the $100 billion which I* already being M R M
ystem make possible. for them, or their parent, to own pent to fight the cause and relieve the effect of poverty."
automobile The Council' study, prepared by Eugene F. Rinta,
A harsh: Indlctm.nt? Yes, but deplorably true. Although director oi research, goes on to say: "The proponent of
a vast majority of secondary schools provide the and-poverty legislation attempt to convey the 1m. z:4: *
driver-Instruction, only a relatively tiny minority have pression that poverty 1* of crisis proportions In the United
regular courses In economic The Brooking Institute 1* State and that now at last a massive attack will be
authority for the estimate that only five per cent oi high made on the cause of poverty. The facts are that the
school graduate have been exposed to a* much a* a proportion of low Income families I* less now than it y9set.
one-semester course in economic hat ever been and that there ha been a constant war on
Our neglect In this area would be understandable If poverty in this country over the year which ha been
w. had an economic system of which we were ashamed : far greater and far more effective than the pending pro-
and wished to hide It from our children. The very thought poeal could possibly be, even though it should be expanded 4 td .r
1* preposterous, of course, since American free compett many fold. rra 4
five enterprise 1* the greatest and most dynamic system "In its presentation on the antipoverty bill the Administration 2 MaY :
in all history.We ha arbitrarily selected a $3,000 family cash j : x ;
should, therefore, be boasting about our economic Income a* the dividing line between poverty and relative -
system and Insuring that our youth are fully well.being, US Genius Bureau survey indicate
aware of the principle that have made possible the there were 9.3 million families comprising 30 million
highest living standards the world ha ever known. person with annual family Income below $3,000 in
The preeent vacation period provide an Ideal lime t961 But 1 U $3,000 cash income an accurate measure of
for school board and administrator whose program the poverty line In the United States? According to 5
lack economic course to correct this deficiency by preparing studies by the University of Michigan Survey Research
for their Introduction In the fall semester. Center reported in the U. S. New and World Report of
America should not be complacent about economic January 20, 1964, a below $3,000 income hardly indicate
illiteracy. a condition of poverty in a large proportion of case AF Sr
Here are some of the finding:
The Best Way "((1)) In 1962, 45 percent of the families reporting Incomes ,
of $2,000-3,000 rang owned their home; and 66 j ."' -
Detroit and the State of Michigan are properly excited percent of the home owner had no mortgage on their '
over the announcement of Henry Ford n that his company home Also, home were owned by 42 percent of the .. ;.
1* about to build its largest plant yet and In the Detroit $1,000.2,000 bracket and by 35 percent with cash income > 9 t i.?r y"'
area But the new hat real significance! In the other 49 less than $1,000. ,'{#iI .w .
totes, too. 40 oi the families with income $ $ Tlj
((2)) In 1960 percent | .., .
The new installation will cost $90 million, providea below $3,000 owned car and one-third of the can had | m i& ***Hw ill' ""
two-ond-a.half million square feet of manufacturing floor been purchased new. ,
pace on which 4,000 men, filling Job that did nol "((3)) During the year 1960, among families with incomes ai
exist before, will produce stamping for Ford' share oi less than $3,000, 700,000 families bought television ,lg, f
the ten-mllllon-a.year vehicle market the Industry for. set, 500,000 bought refrigerator, -and 300,000 bought i yx t''
ees. washing machine
The Iron Age, trade bible of heavy Industry, exclaim "Whether $3,000 or some other level of family Income #. +l a !". 0. : 'r-;,,. u: ttFp
happily over this massive, private contribution to the 1 I. accepted a* the poverty line, the record shows that ti! I k rye x b'' f # re.' \ r t 4
Cw AMlli1
economy In an editorial headed: "The Best Way to considerable progress hat been made In reducing the
Stamp Out Unemployment" proportion of poverty in this country. On the basis ol t
"Just compare this with what the Government ha family each income adjusted to 1962 price, the proportion
done in the past year," write Editor Jean Beaudet. "and of iamllle with income under $3,000 ha been reduced
you'll get what wire driving at In 963, some 20,000 from 32: percent of all families In 1950 to 25 percent In
Graduate trainee were placed In Job by the Manpower 1955,21 percent In 1960, and 20 percent in 1962. This hoi nrahtnawata
Development and Training Act been accomplished through the growth of the economy -
"Thl mean that the Ford Motor Company in one under our private enterprise system.
hot will have done 20 percent of a Job the Federal Goy It should be plain to all by now that the Government
eminent took a year to do. And what' more, the 4,000 can do nothing for a man that he cannot do better to 6.
Job won't cost the taxpayer* anything. In fact, the new himself.
Job will create more tax revenue *o everybody get a

break.This." says Mr. Beaudet 1* the way to do thing- I

And he concludes: "All of the training programs, all I
ol the assistance of all kind at all level ot govern HOUSEHOLD PET
ment can't begin to do for the country what private
Industry can." (The Kitchen Telephone, That Is)

It U not too much to lay that thl 1* the way unemployment You'll be surprised how quickly
must be met if this nation I* to remain free
everyone take to the added convenience .
And we are sure industrialist
and to progress every of a kitchen telephone.
!know itNew
Call our business office sail I .
order your today in a choice of
York Written Off colon and style.

Although Republican Presidential candidate Barry
Goldwater or hi* aide will not and cannot toy *o. they
have been prepared to write oft New York State, If they
must In the coming election.
The defection of Senator Jacob Javlt and Kenneth a r All year long the Dodge Boys have been out-dealing every other dealer In town and now they art
Keating, of New York who recently announced they
could not support Goldwater may cost Goldwater vot..1n even outdoing themselves! Result You get fabulous deals on the success cars of 1964-the

the Empire State but Goldwater aide are not sure Gold I dramatic Dependable, from Dodge! Just take A
water would have won many of the vote ot the Javite- your pick: big Dodge 880. a fabulous Dodge

Keating faithful anyhow. certainly not enough to havecarried I I Polara..a Delightful Dodge Dart There's a car for every taste-a price for every purse.Visit your
New York State.Their .
only hope la New York State U to get a heavy I Dodge Boys and move up in quality at a price so low you won't believe it till you see it!
upstate reaction vote in the normally Republican part of
the State, plus a backlash vote in the cities, like New I
Yak and Rochester, where) lawless riot by Negroes have
closely followed passage of a civil right bill granting ;
most Negro demand I ireaaf
And this isn't much of a chance even though, DODCi LESTER MOTORS INC.

William E. Miller 1* a New Yorker a Catholic (now an WEST JEFFERSON STREET Qulncv.. Florida
asset in eastern politics) and an efficient politician. I. ;-1ItI Quincy Telephone Co BOYSIr
I II that President
What the Goldwater camp can argue I
Jflhrunu opposed BOOT civil right bill in earlier years 1 I

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appearance at Htrrah'i Club at Lake Tahoe;

Sullivan wanted Frank Sinatra Jr. to appear "n Mi I QOAUTY.SUICTIOMICONOM
i show, but HarraVs had, him; under contract and I I II MORI TO PICK MOMITNY THCSI VAIUIS'O*

I wow a't release him. Sn Sullivan agreed to
appear at HarraVs If Harrah'i would allow
SInatra.to tome his abow. They did Ed, b*
R 't the has
dropped the Beatles rebroadcast
scheduled for early September In the wilds
of the Nasal pliulct, Iten,.. an ABC.TV fllra.
crew ssfsrl led by aetwork president Tew.
..i Moore, executive producer of sports Rome Ar- '
ledge, actor Robert, Stark and American Football MARTHA WHITE SELF RISING
I League cjmmlMloner Joe Fen, d ahootlnr eolor I,
__ footage for no I
sports epemlals io be kleeN'
frank Shiatre.Jr.1** the first of the
SullivanSt'natr. BaQ29c
MILITARY VEHICLES An assortment of )Jeeps, trucks, dump bucks and a truck swlleh/ -IFIC REMEMBERED SPECIAL SCHEDULED .

tractor wire among the) 14 military vehicles used to transport Company B, 26lit Engineer FOR NBC In Novtlmhar: tit commemorate
I Battalion Florida National Guard, to summer camp at Ft Stewart Ga. There the first anniversary of the Pntldmt'i death will be produced Regular 45c
by Lee nasai. Actor-producer Jarkle
Cooper, now Installed\
ore about 7,000 officers and enlisted men in the Florida National Guard units. at head of TV production at Screen Gema' studios In Hollywood\ ,

Photo by Martin' Studio li embarked on a crash program signing writers and nrGdu.....
to work on new series project Among recent
Postcards to friends and relatives .ddition'to Isis stable art Ify Averbark (EnilgnOToole I HOT WEATHER SPECIAL!
RECREATION 1 back home are a big Item ), John Csmavetes (Johnny Staccato),
David Swift (Mr. Peepers Sidney Sheldon The
I About 80,000 mulled from
Bits And the Fair each are day. One third Tatty Duke Show), Joseph! Stetson (The Outer PRICES REDUCED ON ALL
Limit and Herb Ssaaas Wide
NEWS ) ( Wide World).
ot these are addressed to persons Comedian I Benaa.
I Shelley will ala Join the
PiecesBT overseas. troup-not ei a. performer but to mastermind LUZIANNE TEA
Foreign visitors have no trouble series with ATsrback. ,
By DOM Jaime a project
HUTCH understanding U. S. postal operations .
(agfe I.h members who speak twenty languages ROLE will be In a Combat episode, titled "The I COME IN FOR A FREE CUP

Games of past 'week: Fryer- On numeous orcaalons I have Duel," next lesion Inter Steve se will be .. ,
Smith Motors 4, Quincy Telephone passed through Fort Lauderdaleon Postmaster Cox notes that residents dead and alive and young and old In segments -{'a' OF DELICIOUS ICED TEAl!
Co. 1, Frosty Mom Meats, my way returning from, of Qulncy and this area of The Farmer'i Daughter next .....nl. She'll Bobby Rjdrtl
King Edward rained out; Fryer- Miami but ever had paid any who attend the Fair and wish to Slay henelf at 78 and 1] In e few show and a Ullulllo"l
Smith Motors 1, King Edward 9. particular attention to the city try out their foreign language that ahe la deemed In another. Within first
Last week Edna and I attendedthe I ability can either talk with the the next few months, Incidentally, lager may go to Europe to SWIFT'S 1\* LBS.
TOP TEN HITTERS State Association of Supervisors multilingual window clerks or film a Us Taylor-typesi.clal. -Inger Steven Swe (thre week ending August 7) of Registration there and : listen to a tape recorded presentation Shooting schedules of the Farmer's Daughter will be arranged
Player, team ab h avgBoggs. we had a chance to look around In the post office lobby accordingly. Quinn Martin Productions bas signed former I
Fryer.smlth 38 24 .667 a little I have to admit that It I which features Individual earphones JJSldu\ilri.0! |JPi"VB"rllt to sTieit-itar In the new Twelve SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS
Phillips. Frosty Morn 37 23 .621 is the prettiest and cleanest lookIng fnr those who speak Japanese OClork' High lerleii which sure former 7th Precinct cop Robert I
Ingram. Qulncy Tel. S4 21 .818 In. French, German, Italian Lansing.: ., Daniela Biaiirhl last eeen In the rompinv of James
resort town I've ever I "
84 30 .8J8 Bond In "From Russia, with Love, turns up opposite fr '
Fryer-Smith and '
Gay, Edward 45 22 .489 It Is really worth your time to Spanlah. In "Dr. Xildare Goes to Rome the threa-patter coming o"that ((9 ALL BEEF MEAT BALLS)
Gray, King look the place over the next time New equipment on hand Includes aeries this up
42 20 .478 year.
Young, Fryer-Smith an experimental Pitney-
down that
Dodson, Quln. Tel. 38 17 .472 'OU're way. Bowes Centrlfwd which spins en.velopee it WM k. ? rtikilMUwn, lDeo.n _,
Tel 38 17 .447 And another thing- We stayed I
D McCormlck. rapidly around a wheel-
Edwards King Ed 82 23 :.442 st the Yankee Clipper like mechanism and places them 27'
while there and they SPEAKING Regular 43e 'c
V. McMillan, Fryer-S. 80 22 .440 the )'IIIk_" but In the may Hot"I upright on their longest side OF TRAFFIC JAMS
They then move Into a machine
months the rates are most I
which cancels stamps and prat' .
Augat ,) onable. The personnel + .rv
week ending 0O
marks envelopes\ at a rate of 500
Won Lost maid that kept our room tidy to

King Edward 11 3 II the manager ot the hotel without letters Letters a minute.are sorted to go all VAN CAMP'S GRATED TUNA

Frosty Fryer-Smith Morn I> J exception people were I've the ever moat had courteous the over the world by machines
which position the mall so that
13 around. It
0 ot being
Quincy Telephone pleasure

rosy(agra LEAGUE 13. 14) looked. like particular they all interests had oIHulch' to operator the keyboard addresses who similar sits are to In visible that front to 01a ot an a Buy 2 at the Regular Price

FINAL GAME OF SEASON: : look out for and went out of their
8 Cams Play. to make stay there most typewriter By presalng the correct Sit
Craig Oil Co. way my ..r
buttons 100 letters minute
3. enjoyable. (P. S. I'm not being! T
thing. SS
FINAL TOP ELEVEN AB HITTERS H Avg. paidthis little the Yankee plug It was just to. bins are for automatically 50 different destinations directed to \I A 2 for 45c I

Rhoadea.. Camel 1$ 9 ..892Bywatcr. me unusual and I must admit A larger device, the Burroughs
Cames 18 12 .868 that I've been In a few hotels sorter, drops letters and cards
Into 131 different bins at a rateof r
10 e .600 In other cities .
Pickett, Oil Co. 14 7 .500 .!..- I SB letters per minute for each
Wells Porch.Craig Camea 1 3 e .462 I came close to getting\ a birdie of the twelve O I'ralora. t7l n Get The Third Can FREE! J JI

Sanders, Carnei |J e ..3nFoattr and two "bnogers" on the seventh The work area is surrounded hy II -' ff ---- .-
Craig Oil Co. 14 S ..351Brook' green st the Sswano Club SUndRY a ramp and gallery far visitors t.4 0 i I
Craig Oil 12 4 .333 afternoon. I had missed my whichi open from 11 a.m. tot t1 r '
Craig Craig 011 U 3 .273 drive and messed up my second p.m., seven days a weeks Tape lghw JACKPOT JACKPOT
Ooud, Craig Oil 22 e .273 shot on the par Dve hole so 1 I recorded vignettes explain me action ; I $100.00 I
Smith Craig! Oil 15 4 .267 decided would "go for It" witha on the work floor and describe ? >
H1AL STANDING:-; long wood shot across the trees the operations ot each ma
Team Won Lost and pond to the green. HAd to chine. 0I
Carries Plaything 7 wait for another group to flnlth Outside the building mail boxes O
3 seventh from 21 countries hack 0
Craig Oil Co.'I putting. on the green serve as
Greensboro 0 I which I couldn't see too well for around for the red white and I- p

CITY: WIDE INVITATIONAL the trees Anyway after 1 I blue box nf the United Slates. 3 0
BWIMMINO: MEET thought the green was dear I A prototype stainless steel mad 0
Oaponwred by the Quincy Rotary fired away. I don't believe 1 I box being tested as an eventual 1th" ,
Club and City Recreation\ De have ever hit a more beautiful replacement for the standardbox r
pertinent to be held at King St shot It cleared the trees and used for the part forty years
Pool August 22 (Saturday). Pre-' headed straight for the hole. It Is located at one of the Fslr's LARGE CALIFORNIA
I't'iPItratlonB am. at pool. 'went within a foot ot Dr. Charlie butfert Intersections
I Meet to begin at approximately Gray and hit the gnus lust u Pnatmaater Cox suggests mat
<< /d
I am. Open to boys and girls Howard Fletcher made his putt Oulncy and this area visitors tithe I RED CARDINAL GRAPES
A from ages 17 and unoVr. Trophiesand Dr. Gray said Howard missed the: Fair express their comments
ribbon to be awarded. short putt by two feet. Of courseI nn the new box by dropping note
FREE TENNIS CLAS8E4 apologized and do so again. I I addressed to the "Superintend.
boa glrli and boyi, ages 10-14 mllllf'dhi birdie putt, too. ent. Worlds Fair Post Office'. J JY

will continue through next week. back In through the modernistic mall slot Roo 39c Lb. lb. 19
rOURSB OV "FLO EB: See Ms Scadron 1s Postage Is not neces lIIIry. If they
ARRANGING FOR THE: town after an extended tour of Interesting wish viiltnrs may dlacuu their
HOME" places In Europe. Heays tractions with clerks St the post.
Meeting weekly from 1.8 pm. that the most Interesting office building,
Tuesday et the QuInCY Garden town on his trip was Copenhagen.Ms
Center. Will continue through\ plans to visit California on CRISP FRESH
end ot month.DASESALL his next vacation u he has never Coast Guard
UNIFORMS been to that far western state.I .
All youth baseball players areexpected !Exams Dec. 5
Uun- believe If I were George Hamilton I CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE
dtrrd and timed In to the Bc- I'd stay out of the swampsfor Congressman Don Fuqua an-
rtnIPI1t located at the while. On his last trip down
'' a flounced today that the annual
Oty Half\' Wcnttfy so we to Gnldwater Branch he got his- competition for I'lllralto the
can give proper credit. elf bit by a catfish and a United States Coast Guard Academy
"sugar lipped" speckled cat: at' will begin with the administration Regular 29c 15 C Head
that Butter Beth says he warn t of the College( Entrance
exactly throwing that 0h at Examination
Board Tests
on December
George -, It allpped. Anyway S. These rxumtnatinns I
jour oCi/.Jneurancs i one of the fish's fins bogged up will he given in over 1000 test
to the hilt In Georges Inside centers aches the nation.
wrist Buster said he really \let SLb.
Fuqua emphaaUed Die opportunity GREEN PEANUTS 99c
out a yell when he <( snatched It out. A tourniquet hadto men who chose this four-year aft,
be applied to stop the flow of course which leads In a commission
Regular $1.65
We have a prontoIharInr blood. George had a little
Question: u a career: officer In the
plan at my office whichIs "weather" trouble on the trip before Coed Guard and a Bachelor of
expected to give me $8S.000 or this me.' Science degree."Appointments.
at e S. 1 understsnd there Shorty Parrlsh who rune the are made an a
so age
which include a rsmp at Goldwater Branch <( .re some plans competitive basis; there are no -11 19cR.qular
word that
Creek) sent me
life Insurance feature. Could you separate quotas for states or districts T Bag
real likeseam
tell U this Is cruet he caught a bunch of and no special categories,"
me weekend. I really GROCERY AO-Ororer Clay Chlldrees fixed Up the front of
Answer: Yes, there are many plans dent \know last when I'U he able to hi said.\ "I urge an qualified his store like this la LawreaeevUla HL, but there's a sates 29c
of profit-sharing who Interested In
and variations many of them Include\ what is get dow nthere to check: on that Ms young worthwhile men are profnaim to to It-thats only the back half of s ear cut to t_

called a profit-sharing trust set one, though. write for details and application
up" to purchase' life Insurance u srmn es possible to the Commandant
These plans offer the advantageof The Great White Hunter Jdu.Depsilmeid. (PTP-2). United States HD Leaders At Thoae sttendlng are Mr*. 0. L.Villh .
providing the Insurance at an ny Publics beta the Cnast Guard, Washington, D. C Jot_ Jean Hugh. Mrs.
advantageous cost If you were nf had himself a :2022 E. r. Thompsrin Mrs. O. M. Har
to buy an $8S.OOO straight We Held day Monday. U was his day I A candidate for he next rumination Training Camp ref, Jot.... Laws &*d ekl. Mrs
policy (which would guarantee off and he rode acrid down In for the Coast Guard Academy R. W. '....11. Mrs. Fannie J'_
the eventual fund total, eventhough the "old country" which Is downIn : must be single, murt have Twenty Ilnme r>nvmrtratV n ny. Mat lam FVHctwr. Mrs Ai-
you were to have a fatal Leon and Wskulla Counties.He reached his seventeenth but not 'enders tram Cadarlm County are I fred Sober, Mrs. Vergle Bate- FRESH CUTBEEF
a.'CdtntOI11OI'fOW) I would con, reported seeing one ... three his twenty-second ntrthdsy by attending Imdentilp' training, me u Mrs. 0. L. Adams. Mrs. Joe
you something life $1,800 per deer. It wild turkeys and one July 1, 1 M. and must be to ecellent camp thII1r at 4 li Camp Tlnvponrtwe Hrxxh. Mra. C G. Pnrltl. Mrs.Frank .
year But. to be able to lay out, large diamond back rattlnnske\ : physical eondltinn. near NlrevUkThe Whittle. Mr*. CarmO M..,.
that premium you would have to with 13 rattles. The oily thing I A Ugh shawl diploma Is the group left Weebwl.ymonthg chant ...... Joe (Erred, Mrs.HHI LIVER b. 29c
use uV "mmg. of at least $2.700 ,that he tailed was the snake. minimum educational requirement torn the theme Dunn Royal. Mrs. FJhere. Rldf
and possibly $3.SOO or more, eo I although high school sen. atratlnn Office end will return I arts and ...... Ralph Porter
have the $1.800 after-tax total An old old Mend ef mine was Ion aaeurM of bring graduated ate Friday They will
for premiums. The profit-ehsrlng burMd Tuesday. He was Clarence by June M. IMS. are eligible to "have an oppnrtunlty la Iran Regular 49c
trust could buy this Insurance for i Bevt. a brother ef Byron lake the esimlMMl If they win bout ftuMni Is dime, specs-ese
you with only a very small partofthe Bevte of Qulncy. Clarence lived' have at Vest II credits by that kiwis, native pUnts fir Sortie SEPTIC TANK
premium taxable tor-- here a short while many Mrs tin>>. AB applicants ma nave west Florid. irnw. Line and SEAVICEVACUUM GRADE A FLORIDASTEWING
Ing the difference of $00 aim$J' aco. He died suddenly al bis home ;three silts ef EngtbsX twe fa AIptn. design In flow*r, tVcofitim on A
100 annually after-tax ) In Jacksonville Sunday Might at : and one to Plane Gnome-: bulcK and Fir health In ynr
other __. With the his an.nce the age al 7S. Another one ef the 'try by graduation. 'IIJfIIIIUQIy. There wilt also be
addition to the plan tIPS 70. 1aI'I"I'would otd-tinvn called to his reward. rwn tlnei end swimmingInsurance __ HENS 23
build up aD eventual
than till anticipated 115,000. Post Office Of T.E.C. Meet .
The emptoyer wmelaa a qua11ned C.nt r
has the advantage ot eOerCr
thII etonomlfel rature eowilli Future Is AtWorld's (C sH +d ATM face 0.) 1121 West Jefferson(

employees tax dediactable EfertH directors wffl serve Its
For A Perfect !
contributions mede to the trustfund. Fair rr mm ': Parly

After M etecooB dent prtee PAT THOMAS
Nt.to the fWtr YorkWorld's will be glees to lucky Biiirfissrlfctad CUAMTDUfAOOD
Fair from Qd iry and by a drewinf from thevgtfltrttVM INSURANCE. me.o PALM VALLEY BOLOGNABUY
vwnsl. MirfsVi Tw Ant wr
this area have an oppnrnsdty -1
f'ertonatsVrs. to see a post ofOce ef the 'spa erIK'tId'I will a sew Ges
future. pBstins i T James Cos eel Electric .... Frerser. I I 6274403ITloJski IT AT OUR REGULAR PRICE

MIll -,-,. Other door prttrs kvjudeapuidfee.
Hay Diamond end ehfl- A emreNDy Area have returned their IIamI "orree tram New Taft ana elatesse dorks 80on..' II74IU $1.00 STlct
ks Ftorenoe Ale, after Tttttof poet eOees taut the facility whichhandke adios and sway etfwrs. Pnsrs
her ...... Mr. and Mrs. J. atterensai at fee Falf need endear i II ewe he furnished by Ihe CoaprraOveend QUINCYVAULT
Chettahooehee.te tram the Flashing New rw by (pptlMce One Stop Means
of York ate The eotstde nail Is i halest and sutvbm.laamedUfetr I CO. WE WILL GIVE YOU THE LOAF OF BREAD
Ftorkta every bait .".< t>1F weed to keel the httnly twin*, after the prtMareewenM Complete Service
nr ene .ppews lye seek din'bed eVvkes operaong M "Mltut" ;I OmprrmUve fie swung asnnfcersare eau! tetyjamcd. ; VAULTS MONUMBtTSQUIMCT : AND THE JAR OF FRENCH'S MUSTARD FREE!
DIAL 627.7151
plus ee
wIN far sane pessmacr. ...... '
ddk. rope sod as diwater The pot mew handfes asHolmes.ly tied to stand the Darn
cosrdnc to \III Came .. *MJOO stem efnul , list CgnoiacM. '' eeek day. I I to alee j



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Wedding PartyAt Centenary WSCS!'Farewell Party

PAGE Buffet Supper Circles MeetThe I Given Visitors

Following rehearsal of the Els- Orcle* of the Woman''*: Mn Don R. Armstrong and

aman-Boatiek wedding Tuesday Society of ChrMlan Service of I lOlI Richard, of Satins Kansas,

flUOnt having item ot social nature are urged to call night a buffet upper was given Centenary Methodist Church held who' "have been visiting her parents .
at the old Bostlck home by Mr. their regular monthly circle rove -
Mr. May a RJcbardion at MAln 74503Mri. Mr. and Mrs. N, F Fain
and Mrs. Allan Bostlck, parent toga Sr. at their home Fain Hill were
of the groom and aunt and uncle Circle No. I met with Mn. delgitfully) entertained at a nipper
., Mr. and Mr Ben Bustle George Bate u holt""".. M.... party at the family home on
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Shaw, Mr. and chairman Mrs.
landed with Smilax rem and Bale, presided. last Thursday evening, before
Mn. John Thomson. Miss Sada E. Nash the devotional
pink Rubrum lllle and lighted Philpot gave their departure for Kansas the
Boatlck and Stuart Bostick. and the lesson Beside the next day.A .
with white candles held
r Punch wu served on the front lesson she told of her recent
tray of cake and sandwiches.Serving group ot treinds, neighbors
The bowl surrounded Junaluska N. C.
porch. were visit to Lake ,
and relatives
punch on the Cloister by dainty flowers and vine. There were S member present enjoyed a supper
and at the refreshment table were Mixed dimmer flowers were a at Mn. Carl Owenby, president was of barbecued chicken and other
Mn. Rod K. Shaw, Jr., ot Tam focal) point throughout the attractive a visitor. dishes, and conversation and
pa; Mrs. Robert Parks of Jack old home. Circle No. I met with Mr*. J. B. music completed the pleasant evening
sonville. Mn. Norman McMillanand Centering the dining table! wu Hlgdon a* hastes, with Mr*. Big to wish the travel fare
Mn. Ned Hlnaon of Quincy\ a branched silver candelabra entwined don, chairman, presiding.Mrs. well.
Mary EHubcth! McMillan, Roderick with garland of dematli II E. Morgan gave the
W + Shaw III, Ben and John vine and holding lighted taper devotional and the IeI Ol1o There Bridge Club Meets
Park, and Bill McMillan, distributed Spot lights and hurricane were t members present.
ro Xdf smaU packet ot riot to lamp highlighted the beautiful Circle No. J met In the church With Mrs. Mahaffey

the guest flowers and ahrubbery adding a parlor with Mrs. Frank Taylor
The balcony from which the romantic touch to the cene. and Mrs. Keith Hampton M Joint 'Mn. James Mahaffey wu hostess
bride threw her flowers WU Iii The wedding party family and holl_.. Mn. A. B. Blackburn, to her' bridge 'club at her
r festooned with Ivy and fern. out of town visitors here for lbwedding chairman presided, Mn. E. B. home. Colorful summer flower

f Host and hostessr" were Mr. were guest on tots occasion. Embry gave the devotional, using were at focal points Precedingthe
ai subject "Our responsibility game the served a dessert
and Mrs. John Thomson Stuart
to the church and the lack rt ai- Mr*. Tom Reed wu high soon'
Rollick, Mr. and MI'I.oa Bur
Mr. and Mrs. Rod K. Shaw ( For laming it." Mn. Malcolm Nicholson winner.
,tick, Coke Party told
gave the If'IIQIShe Mn. J. H. Williams wu a guest
Mr. and Mn. Rod Shaw Jr., Mrs.
Missionaries, at the club.
of Our
o* 'J'hI! Work .
1:. D. Davis, Mr. and Mn. Lamar Miss Straughn ChriatiarWorkers -
and other
Munroe, Mr and Mrs.' Arthur May Deaconess, ."
her and overseas.There
'" both
ran, Mr. and Mn. K. A. Mo M.... J. R. Chandler entertained were 10 member pre-
Gowan, and Mr, and Mrs. Jack with Coca Cola party Saturday
I ,,' a
I ; ,; !
Vrle;*, '. morning In honor of Mils Peggy lI'jrcll'(! No. 4 met with Mn. N. MORROWmakes
The Reverend and Mrs, John bride elect. Mixed
...... Straughn L. Woodbery u hostess. Mn. M
Bywater, Miss Elizabeth Thomson summer flowers were effectively; B. Bate, chairman presided.Mn. .
Mr. and Mn. Robert Smith, Mri. Robert For arranged In the party room U L. Will gave the devotional this
Mr. and Mn. Ben Smith Mr. Sandwiches dips cookie and and Mill Marguerite lien you

and Mn. William E. Middlcton. Miss Robinson Robert Fear Cora Cnla were served drIX gave the lesson. There were
Colonel! and Mrs. William Robinson The hodtesi presented the ban 13 members present.'
Mn. John Ashley, Mn. Mark ores crystal In her chosen pat Circle No. 5 met with Mr'a. Carl Sensational Offero

Munroe, Mr. and Mn. Jeff Davis United In Marriage On 26The tern. Itazenberg a* hotrtes Mn. R.
Mr. and Mn. Ed Blake Mr. and July Among the 12 guest was the B. Lester Jr., chairman presided. : acquaint you with our Samfon
Mn. Thed FralelRh, Mn. Steve mother of the bride elect Mn. C Mr*. Fred Kibllk gave the 7/)9 world's most racommeno'ecdrydeaning"
Edwards, Mn. T. R. Smith, Mm wedding of Miss Roberta T. Slraughn. devotional and the lesson. She
Soda Brxrick and Mr. and Mr. Robinson and Robert Fear wa* Wedding Party At read' an article from the Methodist

Robert Graves. solemnized on July 26 at flv Luncheon For Woman, entitled "Dedication RAND McNALLY
I For her wedding trip, the bride o'clock In the afternoon at the Buffet Luncheon In CUba." by Mis Marian Derby,
was wearing a white linen ult Rutland Chapel of the First! Baptist I BrideelectMi. Misi Derby tells of the workbring

-.a "'" 1"'<( ....... ,-= with pink accessories and a corsage Church In Decatur Georgia done in Cuba by the Christian
Dr. Charles Osbom officiated\ and Mn. T R Smith, Mr. and Mra GLOBE
I I of pink roses. I Eisaman whose mar- Women.
i : Jane
Allan Mclvtr BoiHck Jr. Edward Ran F. Smith and Mr. and Mr S member -
After September I Mr. and Mr*. Marling was organist. W. E. M.ddlelon entertained with a rap! to Allan Bontlck Jr. wu an There were preient
nostkk will he at home at th* The bride is the daughter of buffet luncheon' yesterday at the "vent of last night was hseaecnnesday .
Miss Jane Rae Eisaman BrideOf Bonttck House on Lake Talquln, Dr. and Mr*. Henry Allen Robinson home of the. former. Guest were 1 with a luncheon given Greta No. < met with Mn,
Qulncy. of Decatur.' Mr. Fear Is the the wedding party families and by Mn. Ned lUnson and Mn.Arthur Everett Morrow a* hostess. Mn
I Out of town gueftl Included Mr. son of Professor and Mr*. Arthur! out of town vifttton here for the I Macon at the home of Mr. Morrow chairman presided Mn
Allan Mclver Bostick Jr. and Mn It L. Snravberry, and Fear of demaon College, South wedding of Miss Jane Eisaman' Hlnson. J. A. !Snell give the devotionaland
M.... Paul Boyd of Atlanta, Georgia Carolina. 1 and Allan Bosrlrk, Jr. Mixed summer Guest were greeted In the liv- Mn. T. A. Ferguson gave the
-- ; Mr. and Mn, Wallace, Vincent Magnolia blouom and leaves flower with dahlias and ng room which wu beautifully lesson. There were 9 membenpresent.

Mini Jan Rae Elwunan, ot illusion edged In iced pearls Mae Miriam Mautani, Miss gathered from the campus ot rose predominating were In the decorated with carloads of white .
daughter of Mr. and Mm. iUrold and calla Illy sleeve. The full 'Judy Denard Mia Phyllis Ga Agnes Scott College, where the living room and den. carnation and lille of the valley Orcle No. 7 met with Mn R

Keys Eisaman of Atlanta Omrfta bouffant skirt ended In a inn,( made and Mn. Russell Maugans bride's father baa been a member I A bride and groom were ma.prnded on the mantel and cupids on the W. Porter ai hales Mn. Porter 1 r ..aa
became the bride of Allan cathedral train Her full length d Decatur Georgia' ; Mr. of the faculty for thirty-flight the chandaller coffee table. chairman, presided. Mn
Mdver' Bosllrk, Jr., mn at Mand illusion veil edged with rojtepilnt and Mrs. Hlllon Bunhard of Indian yean, together with arrangement from over. Tall bran candlcstkki on Michael Gatlin gave the devo
table which decorated
the dining
Mn. Allan M. Bostlck ofQulncy and Mn, Robert wu held garland ofwhll tional. Mn W. L. Montague gave
fell from a prlncem cap of re- Rocks; Mr. of fifteen tiered candles, formed with of daintyflower which\ cupids a
Wednesday August 12lhat Vero Beach Mr. and nosegay flowers the dining the lesson on the Orthodox Church
embroidered' Alencon lace with Graves of : ; an effective background In the and were on
7:30: pm., In St. Paul's Episcopal petal outlined In tiny wed' pearl Mr*. Thed Fralelgh of Madison; chancel. I I room table. Place card were of from the program material. There
diurdi. I and a delicate Imported! Spanlalmantilla Mr. and Mn. Rod K. Shaw Jr., The bride given In marriageby Sixty-five guest enjoyed this bridal design. were 9 members present.At arra''wfg
Robert Ray and Roderick of Tampa; beautiful luncheon. The hostesse presented the the close of the meetings asocial
Reverend Reedl
The Very : covered It. Her b her father, wore the wedding
; Cathed Vale;: Reverend and Mn. Robert bride-elect l with personal gift. hour wa enjoyed and the wMw1
Parks, Dean of St. John's I was Butterfly Roses and The Very gown of her aitter-ln-law> Mn. I a e
ral. Jacksonville performed the Lilies, and her handkerchief hud R. Park Ben and John, of H. A. Robinson Jr.. which wu' Birth AnnouncementMr. Among the guests were the hofrtes served delicious refreshment ,
double ring ceremony with the' been carried by ,brides of the Jacksonville; Mr. and Mn Rod K.Shaw made of Chantilly lace over satin, honoree mother Mn. JUrnMEisaman to the members present.

wedding ring of the bride' gnnd- family. Sr., and Miss Elizabeth; fashioned with a fined bodice with and Mr*. Carrl Joe Strlrk- : of Atlanta and the
rents, Mr. and Mr::*. Fred Burl| Her brMmmalds. Mill Miriam Thompson, of Tallahassee; Nlch a yoke of Illusion edged in dainty land or Quincy announce th* birth groom' mother Mn. Allan Bas Shower For
married 72 It. Cobb, Jr., of Greensboro, Ala.j; tlck. Out of town guest were
bard, who were yean Mill Denard Misi lace at the neckline.
Maugans, Judy applique Lee
a daughter, Sylvia July
Phyllis Gamache, all of DeeohrrGeorgls William H. Ru, Jr., of And. The soft lara iklrt extended Into a 31 In Bainbridge:: : Memorial i Hos 'dins Miriam Maugnns Miss Judy Recent Bride 395
ago.Wlille of Gamache,, VALUE
carnation and hula, Ala. and Phillip lUckey Denard Mini Phyllis
rose, and her junior, brides- cathednl train. ller/, three tiered pital. She weighed six pounds $595PA'
ealadlum leaves were used on maid, Mln ReNt Shaw of Tarnpa Forest' city, Arkansas.Luncheon veil ot Illusion tell from a coronet and eight ounce Mn. Russell Maugan and MnPsul Rod MI'!!. Joe McPhaul recent bride
the altar and In the church dec wore' floor length formal. of ot small silk rose, and her bouquet onmalernal grandmother I la Boyd, Atlanta\Elizabeth, Mn Thorn"on. formerly Mill Martha Miller was ')
and Mis
OI'R 11011I. cousin of the pink rhlffnn over taffeta with a For was of Amazon lllle and Mr*. Myrlce Gray and the paternal Tallahassee, Mn. Robert- honored at a miscellaneous shower with your dr/cleaning order, please
Ray Aumsn, a and Mon fitted bortli, softly snooped neck strphanotl She carried a laces grandparent art Mr. and Parks Jacksonville and Mn Rod given Thursday night by Mr*.
trwim wet Acolyte and an A line skirt. A Watleau handkerchief brought to her from Clifford McDanlel and Mrs. Lloyd
Miss EisamanTh. Mr. M. Strickland of Tlilahaa.I@ Shaw Jr. Try our quality Sanitone
Lafltle the T.mpa.Card
organist played ,
taguii .back panel flowed gracefully from Brussels by her aunt Mrs. William """e'e..t M the McDaniel homeIn
traditional werttllng mft1''h. and a neckline: : bow The abort brlrtr- Robinson of Qulncy. The Greensboro. drydeaning and see for

loll mimic before the service. malilK1 veil., held by a flat tat home of Mn R. K. Shaw, quaintly' fashioned gold: wedding of ThanksMay The refreshment table wai covered yourself why leading cloth
The bride, who was given In felt bow and their acreiaortei, Sr. In Tallnhassee was the scent ring given to the bride by the Birth AnnouncementMr. w* extend our heartfelt with a white cutwork cloth ing manufacturers recommend
marriage by her father wore a wen pink. Their flowers were of a beautiful bridesmaids luncheon groom belonged to hi. great thanks for the flowers card and and centered with an arrangi
sown of Ivory Durhes satin andChanlllly cascade bnuirueli of Brlarrllff when she, Mn. Robert R. grandmother. and Mn. Charles 11 all kindnesses during our' recent lent of mixed summer flowers. It For prolonging the
lure, which I hm been Rose and camatloni.Mn. Parka of Jacksonville. Mn R. Mn. Robert Lan wan her air Stephen of Quincy announce the bereavement W* would especially The bodies presented the hon- life and good looks of your
worn by five other brtdei In with the Jumea Auman of Qulnry, K. Shaw Jr.. of Tampa Mn. ter' .matron of honor, and thebideri birth of a daughter August I itBalnbrldge \ like to thank Dr. J. Uoyd Massey ,wens w< a Pin of linen and a garments
family. The hawn matron of honor wore an azalea Norman McMillan and Mr niece, Laura Lan, servedas Memorial Hospital. and the mine at the Gadsden,lovely table lamp.
a sweetheart' nutkllna hud a yoke taffeta and chlffim dr a Identical" James Auman of Qulncy cousin her maid ot honor. Their She has been named Marian Gay County Hospital. Mrs. Clarence W. Miller was a. See the sample globe on

to the bridesmaids' "lth a notchIng of the groom mtertalned Monday dresses wen of pink peso de Nell and weighed even pounds The family of soecial guest on this occasion honoring display. Bring your cleanIng -

PARENTSATTENTION :, head piece and accessories. hie Miss Jan Allan Ella Bostlck.mnn, whose Jr. air and their bouquet of pink and eight ounce =---__Mn. _Gertntda BevIs her daughter.--- and get order
h> your
Her cascade bnumiet was Fink 'marriage sensation rose were tied with Grandparents' are Mn. Dixie
I Sensation j Roan: and carnatloni.Tii I was Paul'an Fplscopnl event of Q1un last night'h. at St soft Jl'l't.'nlllvl'l ribbon. I Morton and Mr. and Mn. Graver TIME TO WE HAVE I blank today.

flower girl, Mix Sarah Centering the table were a The groom' father served as' C Stephens, Bainbridge', Ga. Devoe PaintsPlumbing ,
Stuart Auman. wore an ankle brld and groom surrounded. by his best man. Usher-groomsmen Fixtures ,
SPECIAL CAB length Kate Crecnaway of pink pink flowers and fern. Place were Byron Brooke William G. Complete Ua of a n.NonN
taffeta, and her ban and Robert Lane all of Birth AnnouncementDr.
organdy over ,cards were han dpainted miniature I Stalnton, Building MaterlilsAlcoa '
RATES for ,kilt Will tilled with Sweetheart fan on pink satin powder Decatur. Robert Allen Lane, .'! Aluminum RooflntGalvanised +r
SCHOOL CHILDREN roxobuda and roue petal !puffs trimmed with lllle of the nephew of the bride, served a* and Mrs. Robert F. Taylor Roofing k Siding
The groom' father, Mr. Allan valley and saran bo**. Junior usher-groomsman. of Lakeland announce the birth of Houiewsres k Gift
By Week or Month Mrlver Bnatlck was belt menThe Pink and while flcwa'ers were In For her daughter' wedding a ton July 30th In Lakeland lie Carey Asphalt Hoofing ''SORROW

Safe, Courteous groomsmen were Mr. Rlrh'and the living room and at other Mr*. Robinson wore an aqua taffeta has been named John Format Gold Bond Sheetrock
Morgan, Mr. Nick Adams, Mr.. place of Interest.llostenc dress with aqua accessories Tiylor. REMODEL and Gypsum Product
Driver James Auman and Mr. Norman gays th* bride sleet and a whit cymbldtum orchid. The couple has two daughter: Sporting Good k Farm Supplies
Passenger McMillan all fit Quincy. a personal! gift a* a memento of Mn. Fear wu attired in a row also.Mn. BUILDBELL Plus Hundred *f Other Item DRIVE INCLEANERS
Insured The brld*'* mother rixw for this occasion. She presented her beige lace ihealh' with matching Mark Munroe Jr.' 1\I men
Fully her daughter' wedding an elegant attendants sterling luggage tag accessories and a green cym- ternal grandmother and Mr. and I & BATES HARDWARE CO.

floor length peacock blue with their names and the data bldlum orchid. Mrs. Jimmy Taylor ot Attapulgui I 11 NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY

CITY CAB crepe( with a alefVM draped and bodice aquarenwkllne. and engraved on them.Shower Following the ceremony, a earceptim are_the_paternal grandparents._
skirt, long was held in the church
tier small I evening hat
For parlor. after which the couple
rlbhnn and veiling and,
of velvet
627-8141 .
left for a wedding trip to St.Simon'
her acrewnrtef' were peacork Island. For her wedding
FOR ESTIMATE hoe lie' flowers were Vanity Miss Straughn *
blue sheath
trip the bride wore a
Fair full length coat and
wllh matching
DON'T MKATUI TIUT ITCH! The mother oj the groom wore MU Peggy Rtraughn bride] while accessories.
IV JUT 11 1\11 TKS, an Inntep length pink satin gown the honore at a d. th out of town 11I'1"on
II tk. .,... will ....,.'...... r...rkurk with a portrait neckline and allm PINT W.II night Among *
... m mmr <.... M..r.. !.. skirt accented at lie waiilllne ItRhlful\ ahower Thursday : this occasion were her aorta
fwl ...."... ln. IK II.MK.Morink _1111'111. when Mn. O. E. I IFdt Taylor entertained and aunt Col. and Mn. WilliamM.
....Id. II...... ""I... ..n.... with a aentiln and pearl for her at her' Bellamy Robinson Jr.. Quincy; her 1
AnllM,ll. .into. kill a.rm. <. Her' aai-emoriea were matching Arttsrle arrangement Robinson Mem- I
kelp ... kmm.. II.. d.r .r Queen Elliabrth Drive home aunt ML.1Lura
f and her was
..I.kf.r *...... !..... kit.., corsage ot red gladioli highlightedthe phi* Teiw.; th* groom' aunt, Mrs.I. 87% TOUGHER! Wishing after waihlngLEVI'SOoublKntJ
.......... him .irk. .,.... ...* Rniea. living room. In th* den and F. Nesbltt, Alberquerque, New
fur. r...... MIW .1 Mr. and Mri. Elaamiut In wter.mined the dining room pink and whit glad Mexico; and her great aunt. Mr*. *n keep th.lr"lIk..nlw"ltrtnlth
r. r. M\V IIKIO (X). with a reception were effectively arranged. A lacy Robert 11 Blrkentaff. Athens
the ceremony.
rrt t.r Parish. lliHiae Both folliwtng the Pariah lloua white umbrella centered the din- Georgia. Mr*. Fear, since childhood I and good looktl For our exclusive ch.mlcally.
decorated Ing table Untll.r.oo around It hal been a frequent visitor I Ii
READY and the Ootnter of were whit flowers, were many 1II."f1I.nd pretty gift*. In the QuIncy area. fortified denim actually outwears ordinary denim
MIXCONCRETE in a pratunlon | Several I bridal game were enjoyed i
and Ivy.
Ih-avenly &ml x),
Mm. Ben BoaHck Introduced Among during the the 20 evening.guest was the .1 The gameflsh called dolphin\ a fcy 87X/ And check these features, too...

areal to the mtlvInK line and mother of the bride elect Mr*. C fist growing specie' Dolphin /-1I.
the briric'i hook weal kept by Mill weighing\ ten than two poundshave
Howard Shelter of Havana, T. StrauKhn. of M lMI-fUM< utl'* bases *urM*'4 fe tit* el Isaac
Mary Siindwvhe*, cookies. mil, Ire attained a weight
and Mn. John HUimw of Quincy.I cream and glngerale were err pound in on* year at Marinelandof e .......It.....,... ..... oaks PSlnf.roani.l .1 ....." pd MIS
Th mantleploc over Hi* gnatlreplaee Florida.
was blinked with whitenoes ed. __ ._ aae selsd cad....IyM.with.' *w fly.e..*eal.l cleaveS

CONCRETE and .lighted etch ati.with gladioli while and candlca.It Ivy. Bridegroom HonoredAt I Mason Music toll' tlM fans*."..uI..a Him I to It HiMky It M >' .....

formed a titling Background far Bachelor Supper 1
BLOCK the brtde'i table wash wu lovely COMPANY Oaf W ease eoeeASR Gent let/III COieIH T.. t

with a dellral white linen Allan B*tICk wtertalned\ with WatUagton Street WIII,I//N.ctMS "',.,...fAe//e.,,,
and lace cloth and the three tlwnd a bachelor' ripper at th* Jel- U E.

wedillng rak Iced with LilyoftheValley tensed Hniw Monday evening tn PIANOS ORGANS
deiiign waa tapped horn of hl s non Allan who**
Oakland Concrete with a miniature of the bride'sDlriquet. marriage to MI.* Jane Eisamanot \ Bond Instruments
I Atlanta was an event of Wed- I
Products Company Mn. Rod K. Shaw of Tallahaa- neaday night.' August 11 at St. I end Accessories

fee, and Mn. John Thoniaon of Paul* Episcopal dumb.
Allra Boattck end 7-6705
Qulncy, aunts of the groom, aervedthecak On this nccaJlon the gnwn-i Horn Ph.t MA
John Themaoakw .. elect gave his attendant sterling ,
.. MAW with theirrams Opea M.., T *s. Wed. FrUi .
< '-.Ionr Th* beautifully appointed r w. lugme tag t"
freahment table with Uwr punchbowl and the date engraved onthm 4 to ( e... All Dar Sat ..

and caber candelabra pre >. I ,,
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: I daughter Mrs Joseph Fink and Church with the Rev t. B. Thorn I
Robert Brown Cook-Luten I HD Office Here
granddaughter Becky of Miami awm asslitrd by the RcThomas
I Aim another granddaughter Sandra t Cuttlno officiating Interment
PAGE Graduates From Mr. and Mn Douglas Berry- Johnson of IViuarola was a was In Sunnydale Cemetery with Receives LetterOf
man Cook of St Petersburg announre .,guest full Maannli hmiora Charles
'I 'Coper SchoolRobert the marriage of their, Mr and Mr*. B. T Plus have Brinks acting ai Grand Orator PraiseThe
daughter, Susan Jane, to William aa house guests fur a few day Serving MI hmx>rarpallbraf
Persons boring Items ot lodoJ noturt m Urotd to coil t Benson, airman apprentlr (trine Lil'( .... Jr.. aim ot Mr. 'their daughter M.... Cecil wealri en were Dparons of I lIP Grrtna office of the GadsoVn OJ .n> I

Mrs May S. Richardson at MAla 74503tch *, URN. son of Mr. and and Mrs. Ullllam Oirlntle Uitennt d Gainesville. granddaughter Baptist Church and nrphews of ty Home Demonstration Agent r. I
Mrs R K: Brown" at Qulnry, *+. Quincy mCa d..v, June I InThsontssvitle Mr. George Collins of Clearwaler the oWeaaedurvhors reined he following letter tt
coolly graduated from Basic lip," : and great, .r.ivVUimhl 'r Carolyn inrludr his wlte MnUlllan praise lam week:
tl'atMPI'hroI i at the Naval Air After September t the couple and Cathy Cullisia.Services R MtKeown Qulm-y. meson I Dear Madam
Women Technlral Training Center. Memphis will reside at DM North Oada --- William I(tilth NhKecwnQutmy My stint and l I were in pair'
Tnn deli :In Tallahassee I where they' : one hrolher Uraham office last Wdsy. July 31 hut
ible lie studied hetkupter prior) ire students al Ftotlda Stile UnivwMty FridayFor McKeown Quim-v: and nnr sister ,II I neglected (o atk you your' name
Study plea, nievhanlra power plant Miss Susie Mi'Kenwn Qutnry at the
principles l I tranatnlsslma, Algh: : Mil Lutes la a member of Thomas Day The Butler Morgan. \ineral i I: :nPio (funk you for yourkindness I

amen ot the First Pi?* controls and maintenance of hell Mphi Dells M social. acuity Horn was In charge of arrangement In giving ui M many ol
and Mr t.ulen la a member nt !. the Florida bulletins
Church held their Biblei coptersBelnre Gravralde ervlrM will be 1'01I' on M many
attending hit at honl he Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, laciest for Tttomaii D. Day 14. subjects which I I urn sending. hark
i portion of 2nd John) all completed the' Aviation Ismlllsrt lit Qulnry it 10:30hla\ morn David Avant Jr. In nn ncHly-msrrled' novice-rook
Ip tell Monday artr-I nation Rrhonl and MeilianlcarVtndamenlals 'nt it Hit Onioonl tYmnery with daughter. a student at Florins
tn MIll Louise School / 'I* Rev Uivtwy "V'm and the Honor. Mile University,
thinenz I perJOII CI 'tfDavkt Hall (1rnl;. !\.. :Receives A< I told you at the time wwere ..
< the Bible in office I urn a legalrrnldont I
period th'l WMAIFlvfGoesOn Mr. Day who sins hum In David A Avam, of TsltahanMH your
business meeting lisinrla nlO10 Florida 5 In sod voter In Volusla.
received his drgret of Mniiteruf
( by the president Mrs. Bun Young and sisters MrsV I 1111 lie/ was a member nf (lieV of the (Onuntv although t am here nose
our high
Davidson The aecrek Air Sunday I ln'aur of mv husband armydunes
i F Davis and Miss Marianmini Will Baptist Church of eat honnra in pmfiwU,nnl plmlcraphy
W tlra. Fort reid Die 'pent the' weekend In (lens whenhey 'llinry. Mr .Day died at It10: at the Award Kamnietnf i In Mississippi since nir ten. I
Send: J. W Wood hrs tietdav momlng\ In the Uadnlrnnnly him tram Kurope
VIMAim Panama Olys attended the wedding of Ihrlillece the TSrd Inlinmtlnnil .:'IK1Ki. I
famirer made her reps flvquenry modulutkal; : radio sla Mini Allis"' Ruth Young wlahirday \ Iliwpllal trot of Hmf<'"iwlimal llintuRrHphy I have always thought Florida II
was followed by rein lion and Ihe second most power fun'l\w ImhHle' his wife" Mm held Oil hut superb bulletin Havingnern '
the circle\ chairman M In the' Mate nf rlnrlda. will Mrs Klleenrlght and sic liftman D Day of Uiilnryi I II four now The being Master in Ittotownplipr-ago it,.. I1''these tsmird In other slates.I .
I loiter of Interest were \Mal of Port wa, lleorte they, Halnea City, I think florlda am tor*. I
go nn the air Sunday August 11 It Joe visited herr .... ,la rnnttrred to ,,1I1001'11I'8I.h. wish woiill reatlte what
the secretary among it was announced belay by Jnlm Hiring the weekend en mile tr 'amp I Pay I DIao ih. Wlllard Day era on the basis of pitmen 1 Plashsimpldr psple a
from Mrs H. A Love of d ny '*' r president or Mtis I he mmintalna, Vinhrtiliiis Da,, and txxil MlllatKnllivlln I : exorlli'n and M'n li d Air. Inc'IIr.: tl of the ataIIon. : Mr. and Mrs, L J Detrhki" three bombers. N'llliday profeaakm ii ihrw bulletins at the county
Lamer Richardson dii- ind son-ln.law and daughter Mr Brlnnin, (la? Owen Day, I agents offli-es In the Mite When

registration blanks for Operating MI I frequency. ot slut Mrs T 1 Plied have re. 7lhlnsy, and Avery hay. Rainvrlrte Card of ThanksMay I MM a busy garden rhihher" InHoiIds
I we used the
llrd Weekend Training IOU Channel 100 timed to their home it Virginia *. Ra : Mir aUtert. MmOlMlieth gardening
which Is to be held at the station mraal'III will broadcast with a leacti Vl, after spending SPVfral Owtnia, Mrs we extend mr hpanfclt.I bulletin rtwslAntly and I still
MA\r\ IhwMna Mm, Reeky Rhhind thanks to those of you alto expreaned have many old onea.
ala Motel Panama City 1 days with Mr and Mn Msx .
of (0000 watts from anantenna .
1 power Now I want to hog annth.eloins'
Mr Gnu Riillnrk all ynur a>mpnlhin si
28 and %7. Program will lit"'"' I
Ipt who plan to attend arc the' at an elevaUnn the Hate of .1,100 Pa Mil W. R, Bell Mr ail l Mrs if i.trra.j and 1} frand-: many thmightful axis during our If pnwlhle. My youngest
fret highest In
hereavemi (sister, a former Puvat Ommfywlsl
ii May. Mn Douglas Ow. tennis said the twetitivt radius J. U Bell and Mm twls Oregnry hltdren recent I
The I"nlll.I work supervisor, now
The duller Morgan Mineral
Mnt attended the funeral of MraBelli
Lanirr Richardson
nt the would be ISO
Mn Fount May. Jr.. miles station over brother Gilbert K Davis llnme wn In chart. nf arnni Ifughff ..MiKrawn _. living 1 In Long Beach, California,
the Ii a new mnilvrr Could wassrsn
Udent of the WOC and : The station will offer listenersthe of Mmtgomery Sunday The Maannle ,mniii me snottier copy of thai
H. M. Davidson the new ViMce was held In Uardu,
latent In fidelity stereotrnad
I bulletin InlMnla'.nd riilldrenlriiilhlnK
fallmanHorac <..sllng and will operate Ala Mr and MI'I.I: H Routnnwent Hugh McKeown ELECTRICALSERVICE Equipment| and To)".
Curry presented fnm T am. to midnight each This hm a green rover, annul sPell
nt VI and MrsSNrcy
''in the by laws dayfrequency gueii In Thomas\'tlle, Us, (tun Succumbs Here II booklet; Ill two copies ofHmwImM
tenting was cloned with modulation broadcasting rqulpmrnt: Its (Or
....-..... is noted for Us freedom diy Mrs. Fred ,Smith and iIMrrn IhiRh t<... MrKrnwn TJ nfQulnry and Repair: ((31\, do you have the
from all III', lark of fading and punned at 4 10 Wed \ rloridi Meat
away hulk-tin Rerlpm(4l :
Mist DlMbeih Ana and sister' Mn Kidney Jilnnsi
Taylor the' ability to reprortui all returned. from visit in nenriiy morning. AuguM 5 In the Anything from wtrIng .. ( and finiM I have Just ONI' :
have a
e SS Class Mr and Mrs John Salman Taylor ol Luvrn, Ala., announce auunda KM stereo'audible In broadcasting the human Is ear.a North Carolina with telatlvesMr (long: dwlen HlneM mainly lltwnlial after a a house to replacing more copy I sill of .send'''rtola'a heap r'avorlttFmdit' tn JL

th. .nt of their douqhlar Elliabeth Ann and Mn. James J"hn.nll.dallahlr a light bulb :
ngaqam J'l'1'U""l1l11'w development which Mrs .:w>l'IIl\alnl and I A oaths nf Oadiiden Onunty. he with the eireptlnn of fsie ropy of
Meeting to Bernard LM Sullivan Ion ol Mr and Mrs. Paul F enables the ilallon lo broadcast have returned froma i eniaxed In farming IIIP UretnaOmimimlty (he 1 llouwholt Fqulpmcnl ftel

Sullivan oi Klsslmm, Iwmarl/ ol Qulncv Th* brtd. on tw1 channels almutlaneoualy two vacation daughter at the BmchMr for many year*. MrM Ike :l pair; hullrlln: : which I want h it
ape SundRY Sthool Clans b ly mulllplefting' and allows the' Kenwn ass a Miann anilhrlner Shepardat mvwlf Mv. that Ii an fC1HJJ
to-be ia the granddaughter of the lot* Mn Wilty Howard and Mn R D. ttnndwirdJr .
Baptist Church held Its listener with a bid aleren receiver < lie/ was a Past Mauler ': :NT book,
meeting Monday night and William George Daniel: of OrMnvtll. Ala., and Mrt In hear alereo mush faithfully -I and daughter Horse"Susan Know have In Cohmthla returned II of Wsahlnilon' l/ndo, No. I. r A t Ml my dmighler tn frt sine
from -
), Mn. E B. jatlln was George A. Taylor and the late Mr. Taylor of Luvtrn, reprnlured, Palmnls said II ('.a I A M past I prealilent nf Ih* Oada of thrne II1I'MPf'nalflll'I soil) t*
f> the eleven members Ala. She is a senior at Troy Slat College. Troy Ala. and WMAI FM will carry programsof "Mr. and Mn A. M. Baton and den IVirlne Club and Amhasaadnrnf SHELFERBLITCHFURNITURE nut I tier hmkli ti In them Or 'hit*
music dim'led toward the Momcrfl Temple of Jai-kwin- \ a member oi the Adtlphn Honor Society, Mr. Bulllvon dau' I Kay and Judy, attended -
adult listener and the who Mile A few ago 'he was aid clean ohirwise .
In person :the ; year CO. bulletins handy
Barineau presided
Igh niece. Mlna
t nf their
also 6 senior at Slat College, U oUllla.d: with wvddlng
.Ia led
Troy IJf
of the president appreciates good music. plus AlklnannIn Deacon ot the Qretna they are ant In let miss
lice Jane llannon. to James
Alpha Phi Omega Hii grandparents are Mr and Mrs and lervtif Baptist Oiurch. MAin T 1141 home. t "
id Moon Mn W. I. newt public programs Gainesville I I felurday Judy Mil. ISI.141 placed In one a am listS
v* a very Inspiring: de- B. S. Outlaw oi Jackionvlll and the late Mr and Mrt Palmnls said served aa a bridesmaids{ tn her I t'lI1t'raJ..Mi'PI...rt mndurted WirahiuM Ph. MAI T 1109 'I they will he Invaluable! tn hen
entitled Time." Deli Henry W Sullivan ol Quincy. The wedding U planned Col W E MSI'Dill (retired' ismsn.ger cousin weddingThomas at I whim' last Thursday aftomtm Thanks again
of the alation.Clarence In the Qretna Baptist Mil" J, \\' rwlng:
Irihments were has returned
for four-thirty o'clock on August 22 at the Lucerne Baptist Mall
e serial hour from Penaacola where he worked
Church. formal invitations all
Though no art being sent
-- Bovls this summer
Wends and relatives ot Ihe invited attend. ,
coupla are to Tnm, rnrrest and Mary Mirgarel
; .Club Meets --- 1-- Buried Tuesday Duninn" spent the weekend NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF

j rs. Strom Hospital Report Mrs. Fred May !. at Mexico Beath with relatives
attended the
Jr. II1IflllJm,1
Ben Duncan T
'laxwell Strnin was innsPr Hoiteu At Bridge I Funeral) service wereeondirt. \ In Panama City
Wednesday afternoon Admissions: August 4 August 'ed for Clarence A. B.vi. 74. nt Mr and M.... Don May and
tub. Colorful summer 10: Hugh MrKeown James A. Mm, fred' May entertained the Jacksonville at I 1'1'1010Tu,"" family will return this week from TALQUIN ELECTRIC 1 1I
i ere at Interest points PMel Mrs. Calls Sadler, James Tuesdny morning duplicate bridge afternoon at the J. B Adams a vacation at the May cottage InMmlrest
i hlrhMI'I. .1 K Flood Mrs Gwendolyn Burke, rlub this week Hot biscuits withham Funeral Home with the Rev N. C
D. .Johnson Smith won low.I Mrs Mary Price. Mrs AdelaM dips ronkles, cake and mf Thomas K. Culttna officiating, Rev and Mn II. L t-evy ind
I Frank dot :
of three -' Saber, Joseph Taylor Build Mrs. Fee and Colas were served.Prizes Interment followed In the Bascom children Brill and Alllann nf Ml
(luaion served progreahostess an at Lynn farnest Black !Mrs Ann were cosmetic caaes. Baptist Cemetery lakes. New Jersey have returned COOPERATIVE INC.
Ie.playlnl Davis. Mrs Gus re Goodsnn, Emma There, was a tie for tint he- Born In aM'nflM,. Bevt hone after spending a week with ,
arty J. Shields all of Quincy; been Mrs W. D. Boll and Mrs. moved to Jacksonville I years his sitter' Mrs. James Shipper|
with the club Mrs Sarah Helen Elation Mrs. Ben t"rsnklln. visitors Mrs .'ahpr ago lie. was a cabinet maker and family
l Kenneth Maxwell Mrs. turtle Stewart and Ernest Dysl Williams and Mrs Byron Sober and a member of the Baptist RD' N Romulus Brinkley! YourANNUAL
Imlth( ; Mn Frank Smith,.I Dolan Havana; Master David a visitor at Ihe Huh, Mrs. Uiurrh" In Dellwood, Mr. Revts Jr. who ll stationed" at diaries-
ret Williams\ and Mrs.her. Colvln Richard Gray and Mrs Douglass Brooks and Mrs Fred punned away !Sunday evening al Pan S. C. Naval Base, spent a
I Haul Fowler Tallahassee: Himer May were sand and Mrs James his home In JaiksnnvtlleSurvivors \ week with his parenla He has
Weeks and Gregory MrDanirl, Johnson a visitor and Mrs Jack Include five brothers, recently returned fl'Ol1I tour of
i I Grandrldge; Abner AYlJ'I'tte. Sr., Rlvhardmn were third. I Dr Byron Bevls. Qulnry, Cod e- duly In Bermuda as Radar Tech.
STOLEUMJTOPS Coral Gables: Mrs Blonde Richter man Hevts. Chatlahomliee, MiltonBevis nldan and Poet Master aIM.reS MEETING
Hnaford: Preston West Bristol Jai UmvUle, Brlser IVNlsAndslusla the Destroyer U S S BtirdekinHe .
; Mn Nellie Faye Burke. TsIngia Tallahojsee Dinner Ala. and Ralph Bevls, and his family spent Ihe weekend .
: and Mn Bernice Nichols. For Visitors Ttxaa Oty. Tex,; and three sisters at their Mexico Beach rut
Quincy Mrs Herman Davis Jacksonville
Chstlahoorhee 1a1l, Drop Anc'hofMr WILL BE HELD
I M,.. and Mrs Romuhia BrInk- Mrs Kdiiar Allen. West *' Don R Armstrong and
RUST BIRTHS: Mr and Mn P. II ley and son Charles entertained Palm Beaih and Mn B. JtWillis son Richard of Sallna Kansas.
Dalton, girl Aug S: Mr. and Mrs her slitter and family. Mr. and Oreenwiaidserving who have "been visiting Mr and
Tommy Wayne Sadler girl Aug Mrs Sherwood Killer and rhll ( as pallhparers were Mra N. r. Faun for Ihe past two
I e: Mr. and Mrs. T 0 Rl -hler. 'dreg Rainy Betty Clyde. Cindy Paul Moses Otto Joyner, Joseph mantis have returned In Kanaaa. 1 15
!'ailable In boy, Aug 6 Mr and Mrs.Mr Leonard Doles and Bremla of Davis Island Super, Jr.. J. Love lluiitlnaun, Mn. Armairong attended Saturday August
; Burke. girl Aug 8 and Tampa and mother Rslney Smith and Fred Srnllh. the second half of the summer ,
Colors 'Mn Pat briber. boy Aug and Mrs: Kint Conk of Ta'rha: ala trimester at mJ In TallateaweImslgn t
Mr. and Mrs t'orrest Davis, Jr, dinner at The fountain In Tal Services Held and Mrs, W:' Thiins
girl AUg 10. ihamet Monday night The Hillrrs as nf Jacksonville I saekendvisitors AT THELIVESTOCK
BAILABLE of Mr and
al lIMo home
are visiting Mrs. Cook Black
For Infant
L SIZE CANS I Mrs Chess Build Tlllow and I Mn N. F Ibis Hi-
rhlldm Meg and Buddy left yesterday I Mr. and Mn fKlb. Denmark
t RACY for their home In Chris- Mlu Sara May Love Graveside, entices were randucted -' nf Jscksnnvllle and M,.. William PAVILIONQuincy
? CANS tisntnirf Va after spending several for little Rrsnnnn KentBlaik Baggett and daughter !Sandra of
weeks with her mother Mrs Hostess At Bridge at I II oHok Tuesday Tampa were here for lhe tunenlnt
;jorcmteed to Draigtaw Brooks and husband. I morning at the Sycamore! Gems Mr Iliifh M.'I .tWo1I.
TOP RUST I J. TBiKld Jr. la a patent jn Mia far May Love was hastens spry with the Rev Guy Wade nf Mrs rxiward Wllsw Illness.
: dr.a'" M her bridge dub Wednesday Relating Jr. "left the first part of Ihe week Florida
1ATiiir.TJ hill IT. afternoon at her home Color. The Infant died at t 45 M m- for Quantlco, Va. where she Jrl'"- ,

..ARSENMBER I* a !>." It ... ....... wllk M summer flowers were at interest day evening In tot Cadaden Onus ed her huabsnd 2nd U. Edward
Gnat ... .-. II".M. ,... <... pants ty llnspltal Wilson IIlnlOll, Jr., wh Is serving
55.5 .t ... dais ...... .... Mrs T. R. "Smith won high !Surviving are the hahv a par In the Marine Corps
,.,_.. .ff. N FINANCIAL
CO. .. sale abi..I..ab e>s .>* IhIfrk 1. ran .ore and Mrs J. M. GnUin, sec enis, Mr. and Mn Mill Hark of Wayne Stases of Malone returned -
k iikr
..< fc...l.il I .......,..... ondhla\. Qulnry hiime today after visit
lone ........ T.4.l. TOOT row nR H Morris Princes and OF DIRECTORS andS
627-7275 Miss Laura Rnhmson of Mem The J B. A lams funeral Moms pal aunt Mrs.
... tiaa eve .....? f.... i..'
!rinllne Drlre ...., sisra ...... 55 ... saps sac phil Tenn., was an out of town was In charge of arrangements. I amlly
...... 'nsv s. guest and was remembered witha Item PROGRESSREPORTS
F. r. MU' DnO (V). personal gift 'I Visitor Is HonoreeAt Rkiiard and have Jimmy been Hill vlalllng nfMmlgmnery Music by

Bridge Party their grandparenta Dr. and Mrs.T Jim and Jesus

w onmnMn The Virginia BoytTaltnt
Mils Jean Weinberg entertained Fount May Jr sod son
VESTINGHOUSELVY with a bridge party Friday Bradford. "her parents Dr. and -G-
afternoon In honor of Mrs Cttrta M.... J. B Brlnaun nf Maittrello
haiku Tit low of Chrlstlanburg. Va are leaving today for Mmrreal,
Mixed summer flowers were at NOW spend ten days Hamburgtri.Cold
points of InterestMrs. Mr. and M.... law llutitiinaon
Ben [>>ican won highscore daughter Judy and Carolyn Jeff
l and Mrs Rlctard Gardner, I,met and Dtsnne Pearnk aprnt Drlnkf

sennd high the weekend at F). Lauderrial.
AI rex hnkn of the game Ihehneleia U and Mn Howard llarriaisi Cake cmd P1.

served a Salad plate and daughter. ......... Williams Ml
The hoarse was rnnemheredwith ,Sunday l's. Fail Como, ColoradoInllowing -0- r+ for Sal. by Horn
a personal gift a visit here with her
--- mother Mrt. Duugtaas Brooks and Conlttt Demonstration Clubc

Monday Club Meets "'unhandUMMM. 4:30
With Mrs. Munroe Count Hospital : p.m. of Gadtdtn CountyValuable
Mr. and Mrs. Norman

Mn If. C Munrn sac .........:hid( ,i recent guesta their -

to her Monday night brMge chub
and roe entra player till.'to Pria"G-
Rao and mi rt summer flnteen INSECTICIDESSOIL Include
were M the \living scot dining Upright Freezer.
rantna. Polled plains were In theden. FUMIGANTS
Air Conditioner. BuslnM
Mn P. C Davis was high WEED KILLERS
ese winner .nw.,( Ihe bnri. .. Meeting Bealnjsat
dub ai sober and was awanMa TelerUlon

art of salad mads. Mrs Joe aDd Others
MM held high snag the guests
and rorlvert a haihrntm amsary
Mrs Byron luher wu given .
I a ..... nf wile paper to kmnrof GUEST SPEAKER I. .
her birthdayRaKpfaerry .

ate, nuts and trtlrf Sales & ServiceInc. DON FUQUA
were arrved al rmiu+m i4 Km*
1 frogman Cm Colas and MWts -

were served durtoic O. fnfGunts :. MEMBER OF CONGRESS
kUyWf with the rtub
James ere Mr B.*Ball linseed Miss fWiier Isis Payne.Mn. Mrs.. Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101 FROM FLORIDA'S NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

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movement Lieutenant Generaland Die federal government, not 1_
InformationYour Rear Admiral So-and-So, and LOOKING Already' according to Gov Con-
what people Ilk the Vanderbilt AHEAD nally of Texas, more than $10
odal lecurlty account and the Astor are doing; keeps billion of what the states will
number card U one of the most us Informed of Mr. Carnegie's activities 1v--_, i b.. spend in the next 12 month will
important document that you' and remark; tell us -.ace _rtrto ..reouuron be federal money.

oooooo oooooo possess Thli reminder comes what President T. Roosevelt laid ....,,-eoawa They Auk and Receive
from Walter Kehoe social nenir- yesterday, what he 1* doing today A
great of the
Ity district manager In Tallahassee and what the children In have
no apology for their
him family have been saying, just WA6HLNOTOV toward the federal
I Kehoe also laid that the proper a* the princeling of European OR CEVTER\UXE: !: ,welcome new mending treasury Droerams.They
!UM of .your social security can! nation are duly quoted""But Hardly maroons' Im cold toward for poverty or anything else The
!III equally important, since there the idea of maximum local civic money comes from the states, to
J are more than 100 mills Individual ., the local new.paperL" he and political action, In an effort to why not Join the to how
account In the serial so- said, "have told us all these solve local problem In local ways much It 1 4 possible to get see back.
Cole I rarity record. Many of them years, and egyra.'eryeman dot with local responsibility and local If Texas has done weU in corn.space
King Super Markel may be under name exactly like the principal 1aIdi 1* financial resources.: No one decries why shouldn't the midwestern .
your' *. log and how he bas In a new the town-hall approach to
governors push hard
Your social security account stock of goods; which of the relatives democratic Iflt.aovemment. At ,their share of contract Gov.
number card i* used to keep a are visiting the family of, least, in theory, most Americans Fannin/ of Arizona want. federal
the ice maker, and how
record cream view democratic '
processes as
earning covered funds to
maintain the
I Seal Miss Smith ha arrived from the biz
by the Security Act. If working best down where the people highways it helps build. Gov.
your work 1* covered under the next town to spend a week with live. There have been some Dempsey of Connecticut
WE FEATURE I Act, you must have a social! tenuity the Joneses and so on and on.I notable executions but mostly. w* fivforil. ,14nnn..n..4..1.1 suggests...,_,..
account number, Kehoe "And all of that I II just u interesting have built the nation by building It'I easy to find'Idea! I / and worthwhile u is from the roots. But
emphasized that you' should use grass are
the record of the doings and But who will take the Initiative
the tame account number all of sayIngs we losing this concept? Are we
your life. of colossally consdpuous: personages now making Washington the town in getting the country back to the
FROSTY MORN MEATS anywhere In the United habit of grassroots responsibility
Your name and account num. hall, !Ignoring Centerville I
State It shows that human nature We and action? Have we gone so far
bar are used to that you can Ret are witnessing this summer
/ II full credit for your earnings. The I* always the tame. We like two of the nation's strongest! attachment toward centralized power that no
to know what all the big peopleare town hall i* left but Washington
A PRODUCT k correct recording of these earnIngs to the grass roots: the
YOUR HOME COUNTY L P 1* necessary to that old-age, doing, If perhaps only to envy national conventions of our two Is there no way to take the initiative -
"r t I" survivor, or disability insurance I them!" but the important person major parties. If it is true that away from the federals and
benefit be of the average smaller town politics draws issues learn to take care of ourselves
4d can paid In the correct up the selects Can
r amount. j "bear the same proportional Interest the personnel, thedialog we find ways to support our
FROSTY MORN Be cure to show your card to to the people there as thepersonages and the debates, =then proper governmental functions
of the United States through taxes that are collected
each employer *o that he may I offer the alternatives then we
use your name and account number bear to the nation.. .". should experience some action without from local source for local need
I exactly u they appear on the that I* even closer to the people having it circulated
'card when he report' your wage And that we maconclude, 1* than the session of our legislature |through Washington When will
U A M C If you' are self-employed, copy that It'* always been so, and *. Delegates to the conventions Centerville quit demanding slicesof
will remain. The federal pie
your name and account number on always so well are only a short trip removed
the form for use to report' your' edited locality newspaper I II the from the folks who sent
net earnings for social security day-by-day record of local his them. Yet the question might be ON TV VIOLENCE

credit' tory, and every citizen's partnerand asked whether these "national" Senator Thomas J. Dodd (D.,.
Because your social security friend the finest of regularly assemblies are close enough to Conn) has said that prime television
number I a also used by the Internal Issued package of live the people. time is permeated with
HALF or WHOLE Revenue Service a* a taxpayer human interest in word, picture, What We Really Want I program "featuring excessive
sal lld Identification number, It headline and captions, from the How many of the delegates crime violence and debased moral
) d I J must be shown at bank and other whirling cylinders of a weariless think In terms of what Center standards." In a statement
i financial Institution where you press. ville, Anystate, can do for Washington prepared' for the Senate Juveniledelinquency
receive dividends, wage, interest rather than the other way subcommittee, chairman
and other Income. The social security Sidewalk Art around How many hope to seethe Dodd said a study of current
Ile I card I II not Intended to be winner In the national elec- programs had been made to assess
1 used for Identification purpose Festival SlatedIn tion espouse a program: of doing whether the reduction of violence
If you' need to apply for a social things! for the states It will be predicted by network otflcials -
security card or to have your interesting to compare platforms in 1961 and 1962 had actually
name changed on your card, contact PensacolaThe from this slot of view. to fa.l occurred.
FRESH SLICED BEEF the Tallahassee Office at 306 terrain whether we really want a
second annual SidewalkArt
ENDS and PIECES W. Jefferson Street. nation of free and sovereign RIDE UNDER VAN
Festival will be held In Pen-
I I A representative from this office state with communities that believe -
will be at the Courthouse in lacola on September 18 and It, In doing things, or whetherthe Houston Walter H. Ballard
I according to George Banakas, Jr. 11, and Mark Null 10, had
LIVER Quincy every Monday of the parties prefer one big
BACON 7ge lb. 2ge I chairman of the activity. govern- been close friends until the Null
I BOX month from g:30: a.m. to 12 noon ment that ramrod everything
to assist persons in filing a claim Addition of the lively art from Washington.In family moved to Dallas. Walter
singing and dancing will be an other decided to visit Mark and wedged
or wanting other information concerning words, it may be our
social security matter Innovation this year, he aid. lack of responsibility In the community Into the undercarriage of a big
There will be award in all and van truck. After 20 hour under
state that allow
FRESH PORK FRESH GROUNDNECK categories, according to Mrs, federal establishment the 'the vehicle Walter arrived/ Dal-
CORNERS andCORRIDORS Martha Early, director of the vast proportions. Obviously grow, to las. He was tired but unhurt.P4PED .
Pensacola Art Center, but outstanding of many
matters national
competition I I. expected quire a strong national re-
BEE for four plaque presented by Gov ment for national action. But govern-
BONES By Frank: E. Henrknl Farrla Bryant. These will be for are
we not contributing to broadening
Letter and letters And thank elementary, junior high and high! of federal Interest a ?
for this note, Just in from a lady school art studies, and for best act by failureto I
the local
I on level? Whenwe
reader in Orange Park, Florida: of show.
I "Still enjoy your contributionsto Entrance I It open, Mr*. Early locally fall and to do run what Instead can to be Wash done I '.

our local newspaper which said Sales will be encouraged; ington for help the state and the
3 9ge I Itself Is most Informative" Interesting I In fact an auction of selected i nation both lose. A condition of:
5 7ge Ibs. and inspiring pieces of paintings, ceramic: and atrophy may well take over. J
Ibs. An apt and fit expression' for a crattwork i* under consideration Tnnle of Interest I
day when the neighborhood cynic The '
governor* conference at I
I I. no longer around to speak of
the BIBLE VERSE Cleveland in June seemed to be
community paper a* the
more a gathering of national
Blngvllle Bugle or the Hlcktown
"The Lord rewarded me according o than a meeting of leaden
Hootowl the
BRISKET Weekly Warwhonp of the several
to my rlgtiteouimeMt so- commonwealths
or the Crossroad
Cyclone. He'slong
cording to the cleanness of my The coming election were highon
from the hands bath he reoompemed me." the agenda,, naturally, but this'
scene. 1. Who spoke these words need not have prevented the governors
Small town journalism
Ibs. 8ge from dealing with
compare more than favorably 2. Where are they recorded? questions O ice
with the big tuna press. In news S. What was the occasion of Importance. to state government
gathering and presentation, In editorial 4. Who was the author of the Judging from the reports
comment In feature book In which this verse ap- of matter discussed, the I After You St. Your Doctor,
and In mechanical pagewriting pears chief topic besides how to stop Bring Your Prescription To lit
FRESH EARLY RISER makeup Goldwater) was how to attract
there many a locality weekly I
Vera. more federal to the
semi-weekly or four- to eight- Anmwrs to Bible money states'
I Some
governor are devoted to
1. David.
page dally that consistently out. 2. :2 Samuel 22: 21. state right and are willing to oppose .
classes some widely circulated
S. Victory over the Philistine the trend of federal tax, F. P. May
capital-city or metropolitan c0n-
PORK FEET SAUSAGE temporary.But 4. A number of the prophet, spend, and control. But, despite

possibly including Samuel. wide former agreement President with Eisenhower the view, who of I Drug Co.

more important I* the fact advised l them to stem "the contin- Phone 627-7601
that the home town paper that The fear of competition explain
your Aunt Susan would have a much that happen In business, uing drift toward aggregating ever") Quincy Flo.
fit about If It failed to arrive on politics and life in general. more Influence in Washington,
5 79C 3 8ge I time Is the medium that saves the slate leaden showed them- ,
Ibs. ibs. I Aunt Susan and everybody else ,SERVICE TOO FAST
the trouble of an all-out canvass Ephrata Wash. When two
to leam what been going on In deputies were sent on an assignment TIMBER.
the community. they assumed the Grant .
And it Is of equal Importancethat county sheriff wanted them to Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber I
the Homevllle News, In ev hurry. Riding In an unmarkedcar Wisely
DELIGHT QUARTERS BOOTH FISH 8 Oz. PkQ. ery little town, considerately] refrains and without a siren, the officer Contact Us Before You Selll
I from the printing of a lot aped through stop sign and WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES I
I !of things publication would red light They were chased by
create holy hellabaloo at a time Soap Lake police officer: who reported Florida Forest
OLE02 1 Lb. 29c STICKS 29 I when the Rotary dub and the speeds In excess of 110 I Products, Inc.
Pkgs. Chamber of Commerce, the Good miles an hour. The deputies were
I Neighbors Association and Saint fined five day pay tor "unbe- Call Tom Paulk. Quincy 855-5494

Paul Episcopal Church are start coming conduct. or call or write

1 hug Many a crusade years for ago brotherly Mark Twain love. If there is nothing to talk I P. O. Box 305. Tallahassee. Fla.. Ph. 223-0669

I wrote that "the metropolitan dally about try not saying anything r



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BEE! SALE County w'INN PRICES'.'''1 ..GOOD.... .THRU., ...AUGUST'OI.". _13.... dip right are here In In our Vero own leach baikyani and Indian >}
River County Few of us
know about thorn. IKVK DU 1'1
Frosting PKG. 29/ LEASF A PARTIAL ONiv (Up.
tali are mine)
HAMS And he WIPE' on: w, CIII:1I4
PEG 69 1 COPELAND FAMILY PACK help but wuiKlrr about a KIIJJ
n( a !7-y r-old boy who weal' vat
Roast LB. 48 ; Lunch MEAT u 59x recently yean at-ntenved In the to Mat throe pcuibMyT .4nnrhall

\ Whrr did he go .lbi'br
MORTON FROZEN Apple, Cherry, Peoch Coconut Whit could wt have oW to help
10 bnyT What can we do to help
91. LI' Fr. Pies..3Wl. And In a IlI'0111Iut paragraph
58 ; tt asks, "What more can we dot
Roast LB. 'S FROZEN RES. OR PINK U drpeiKt on the prnonal\ III:?t.
LB.a.a. rut wt take In persons, perxmi
Uke the 17')'f'aNlld on hla way
RIBRoast Lemonade 10 1 s 1.LIUBY In 'the itat prtMin" And (lipn.
OVEN READY EASY CARVE mast UnpiTtont of alt th* tdilornaid
79 ; .L. t.L'Li NOWNimhert."
dkl ht nirntlon taking
LB. th* boy "hack of tht woodanraT1nnwlwrt
30 EXTRA STAMPS WITH HORMEL CANNED SAVE 104. LYKESLunch did he tiieiitlfln! punUlung

Picnics 3 & T 2-01 usual VUmjucnt tuxl any parml thanks" go Thu to If In uic iwU
LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT MEAT'Con 29; u hrartnnmg Uiat bt ,.a
SO EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW SLICED REG. S"< Him* art nrwr tlnipl raM wilttInipl
33 ; CHEK REG. OR LOW CALORIE SOFTDrinks..15 renxHlivi. II la always r.
Ribs LB. Bologna. lI, 49x rwhlng to IIM wnrkliig with way
12-01 ward i-hlldmi to find mmroi
SO EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROSE SI soh,. llunki almig th. One truit
PURE GROUND Ii.are Dim dulilivn.NIIW .
10 0 EXTRA STAMPS WITH Can Ham..aT C SAVE I9, |A DIXIE DARLING Enriched Butitmnk how CAN w' help
5"lIC *
Joiwph K. Hurt hit .Id Tli*
5NE: ; 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROSE l'II'IIMM'ratlo[ problem In wlucaUon
Bread. 2Loov.s:.33x II not prluwrlly a prulilna <>(
Beef Can Ham 2iNS239DRESSED itliiliij i4uliVi-n; it It th*. prol
loin of nwkiW: a cimmimliy m
FISH J3 DIXIE DARLING FRESH BAKED which rlilklivn raraxil inJJ
/iptmmg up to ht di Whiting. LI.101 Pound Cake p' 291 Irlllgrnt, dliuHpllrnM to frduiiurwerrnt
of UM gmni thing ulli
>, and eagtr to aliar In this
: i ka uf th* at;*. A achox4 cannot I
pnxluc tlilt n.wdt nothing,out a ,
community con do to."
OM tnmvUmr wishes 'hat
1Iiif41il .II.it' tJil thou wen aom mlranilnui way
'" ;-' ... ... I In whlfh hi children could Jotbs
( GRADE "A" .Q'f FANCY WHITE SUPERB RAND 4j held In waprnilnn nimewhrro, .
wJlh the ckx'k slopped for thiiiv
LARGE + SHRIT lei reenter tlni lair?. And that
/:1 \ I SWEET II Seedless \ k GR ICE w Urn* could lit Ihm thrm take tt Oils a period lapse lit In

which to him our allot lit our

i EGGS \ CORN neW trivet tin and illnwt fiuhlon Ul alt a cnmpMtrly our dutiu.1n
i YJ >Air* Ih rhllilren war it aun>
1iGRAPES'ICREAM11 duet Into limit. If w* null and
w* would Sort prolilenu would
bt *iilv d.

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.... V2 Slams tti* parent or ay UM **y>

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.f' armind' them tw *nvtronmnl \ >
: FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE ., \\tot- GOLDEN BANTAM tHOMPSON .4; of faintly and otjinuou'yhav
Fully by Bart, Uwr ran. he Uliiternw :.
In,, dr1Uxl'WIc y. la therewally
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SW." 1.t. iHKhMilnl I 1< tills klul nf nmumailiy
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; STAMPS I. Rates fftldmry. Tt slay
In bualneta the nvmhiuil must

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**& IAN p4 A CAN UIYI CUCl wxai KIIMAI.W .*,* to dimpr pries fur tveiy1. -

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I News-Views of Gadsdens Colored Peo2le: =

Hudnell-Bradley Arnette Chapel Mount Moriah Brundidge Goes

Vows RecitedKneeling Church News MTT Church NewsThe To MissouriSAN

at the alter, 8:00: ".m. Sunday school mill commence women of the church observed ANTONIO. Tex Airman
Sunday morning August 2, 1964, at 9:30: ..m. with Superintendents Women's Day on this past Willie L, Brundidge, son of
Bethel A.lIf.E. Church, Talk. Bcssye Alexander and Joseph Sunday. Mrs. Eva Sims Butler Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brundldce of
lussee, Florida. The Rev I. F. Long Sr. In charge Teachers and : was featured as the speaker ol Rt 1, Quincy, Ha., has complet.
Bradley and Mary Lou Hudnell pupils are asked to report on ni the hour Mrs. Butler spoke from ed hit U. S. Air Force basic mili
repealed marriage vows time e the general theme: "Christian tary at Lackland AFB Tex. and
The Rev. I, D Hinson, fstor' The morning worship service l r Women's Responsiblltty In a has been selected for technical
r of the church, will begin at 11 a m. Music will r Changing Society". She pointed train Inc.
double-ring ceremony. be furnished by the senior choir. { > out that "Christian Women must Airman Brundidge will be trained .
Mr. Hudnell hal been a teacherin I Usher board one will serve fSCOTT live that others can see Jesus In as a utilities specialist at Fort

the schools of Gadsdcn County, throughout the day, them, that they must constant/ Leonard Wood, Mo. The II'J1ooII.
for the past 31 yean and I* presently i The Junior Missionary board pray because" prayer does change one of the military education facl.
employed at Springfield will meet at the church Sunday, things. Mrs. Butler was accom- lilies used In the vast Air Force
Elcmetary school, Cretna. 3 p.m. The pastor, congregation, pained by a host of charming and training system to prepare 0111cen
Rev Bradley an A M.E. minister and choir will motor to Salem A. talented ladles of this city. The and airman for duty In the
for 34 Church, Greensboro here morning service was climaxed diverse skills
yean, Is presently p.. ME. required by the nat
tolng the Midway Circuit. He Is they will have charge of services with two souls coming to Christ ion's aerospace force.
aim the newly appointed State The service commences 2 p.m. An evening meditation was presented H. I II a 1964 graduate ot Carter
CJiaplain for prisoners.Those Sunday. at 6:00: p m. by membersof Parramore High School
the Jr. Matron and Red Circle
of the Immediate families Mrs. Florida Sutton will enter-
who were present to witness the lain members and friends of TROJANS Front row, left to right are James Groups. Several local youth rendered Revival
vocal and Being
piano selections
ceremony were: Mr. Labyetteeiudnrll Stewardess board one, Mrs. Cora Washington, Richard Taylor Manager Peter Rittman This service was under the directorship .;

I Mr. Isaac F Bradley? Alexander, chairman.The Coach James Smith George Charleston and Robert of Mrs. Katurla Squire. Held At St. JamesRevival

Mrs. Grace Flu and husband, and ACE League with president Smith. Back row: Willie Simmon, Wallace Carrot Jimmy The ladies reported $52464The

Miss Winfred Bradley' Tallaussee Joseph Long Jr. In charge Butler Wesley Charlatan, Horace Jones and David Butler. men of the church reported $50.00 services la now In pro
.".; Mr. and Mrs. Henry will begin at 5 p.m. Absent from the of which the women were both gress at St James A-M.E. Church
P Black and Mr. Henry Willie Evening worship will commence picture are James Anderson and David proud and grateful. The pastor, It is reported that amazing progress

McGUI, Havana; Mr. and Mrs 1.30: pm' Sunday school board Smith. general mission's president officers In gaining souls for Christ
Willie Lee Hudnell and Willie Jr. meets Monday,'6:30 p.m. Official ,, mission women and all Is being made An Invitation la
Mobile, Ala; Mr. and Mrs. Henry board, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Wilson Rites OP members are very thankful and extended to the public to attend.
McGIII, Mr and Mrs. Magnus, meeting Wednesday 6.30: pm. High appreciative to both the participants Following Sunday school revival
and Mr. Richard Colxton, Jr., Mr. Junior choir rehearsal, Wednesday and contributors. service will continue Superintendent
and Mrs Otto Colston, Midway,; T:30 p.m. Senior choir re- To Be FridayFuneral School News Weekly Activates Powell E. Woodberry

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McCray: h learsal, 7pm. services for Mr. George I Tuesday: AU youth are urgedto urges all teachers and pupils to
Approximately at S 55 ,
Tampa; and Mrs. Essie Lee Moullough : attend. Mn Della
Rev and Mrs Hunter along attend their regular weekly Stephens will
Wilson, will be held, Friday 4 p. Monday morning, August 10, theschool
? St. Petersburg Fin and with Mrs. Cora Alexander left m. at St James A.M.E, Church. bell the beginning I Prayer Hour at 6:00: p.m. Sister entertain members and friends of
Mri. E. Shivers rang signaling
Robert Mrs. Minnie Wilson, Quincy. Monady morning They are attending He died at Gadsden County of what we hope will be Irene Barkley is In charge of this Stewardess Board one at home,

Mr. and Mrs. Ellhuc: Robinson announce the marriage) of Other friends and out of town the State Tri-MeeUng In lospital nt., August 9, fol- another bright and progressive hour. Sunday, 3pm.
guejrt t. were: Mrs. Doyle Davis Jacksonville. lowing an extended Illness. school The adult prayer service Is heldon The Menus Day Program will be
their daughter Carolyn to Robert E. Shivers, son of Mr. ,Sweet, Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. and year. each Tuesday night at 7.30: p. held the Third Sunday in Septem
end Mrs. 1. E. Shivers of Greensboro. Th. couple 1* making Mrs Freddie L. Andrews, Havana Mt. Zion PlansWomen's The deceased I I. a native of All around the campus we looked m. Each member la urged to attend ber. Each male member II to pay
Jackson County, Florida, moved the
their horn at 1239 South Racine Avenue, Apartment 'Fla; Mrs Marlon Thomas, Mr. here several from upon who smiling faces olyoungsters this service.Thursday $1000 and each ladle $2 50.
yean ago acted
and Mrs Willie C. Mrs as though Lefell Clary Is
,Smith, : Supt
710 Chicago, IIIRO.XY Sneods and Is well known. Several
DayThe they were delighted to be returnIng -
Ada Harlcv, Rev. and Mrs. R. C. calling all Sunday schoolteachers
Smiling, Mrs. Willie M. Barring- years ago he retired from farming to ahool It 1 II certainly hoped to their teachers meeting and Guest Day Set
Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist an occupation which broughthim that these smiles
will remain withtht'm
ton, Mrs Virginia Simmons, Mrs Bible Study at 7.30 p.m. The lesson
Church will have Its AnnualWomrn' Into contact with of
THEATREQUINCY Ruth Gilllam, Mrs LJIlie 1.. Holt, persons throughout the school year will be taught by the pastor At GreenshadeSunday
Day Program Sunday all walks of life Shortly after and that our age-old problems of
Mrs. Mamie Young Mr and Mrs Saturday: The Rosebud Choir
Eunice Mr, and Mrs August 16, 1964 moving to Quincy, he joined St absenteeism and dropout will be will 4 p.m..t the August 16 will be observed -
McCary, practice
The women of the church have James A.ME. Church where he nil or minor. as Special Guest Day at
Barnes Mr. Delem Williams
Llnsey and Mrs. church. Sister
FLORIDA been working very hard to plan aprogram served as an officer an class lead Our administration report that Greenshade AM.E. Church
McDonald, Mr. Ernestine The senior choir willpractice
Stephen president
that will be enjoyed by er He attended services until be on the first day of school our The 11:00 a m service will be
Williams and mother, Mm. Collins at 1:00 p m' Sister Carrie
became ill. active enrollment highlighted with Rev. J. T, Crut-
was We
and Rossle L. aU of .
Birt all.Sunday Gordon
FRIDAY and SATURDAY. Tallahassee.Immedlatley Mrs school will begin at 10 A short program Is planned prior anticipated an enrollment of 1531. cater speaking He la the pastor
foll0l\1nlllhe ceremony a nv with a visiting staff In to the eulogy. The eulogy will be One hundred and eighty-six! students ot Mt. Moriah M. B. Church.

AUGUST 14, 15 a reception was held at the charge.At delivered by Rev A R. McClock- tailed to register. We are Report The 1:00: p.m. service will be
11 a m. Mrs Geraldine B. urging all parents whose childrenare conducted by the Rev. J. L Nealy
home of Mrs. Ada Harley, 14J8: .
Admissions August 4 through
S. Melvin Street Tallahassee hull will be the speaker. Mrs. Holts ton.The survivor are: Mr. Seats due to register\ at Carter of New Bethel A.lII Eo Church
Two Big Features! a graduate of Bethume Cook. Albert, Lester and Booker T. Wilson Parramore this 196445 achool August 10 Dates COLORED Inclusive) and Rev M. J. Young, pastor of
man College She Is a member ofthe sons Mill Minnie Wilson, term, but have not as yet doneso Palace A M.E. Church.
Dodgers WhipMonticello Springfield School faculty She Mrs. Chancey Ates, Rochester, to please see that their child John Robert Carter, Dorothy Several persons will appear on
Vera Mae Singleton, Jessie
will be supported by some of N. y, Mrs Maggie Smith Utica ren register this week Key the program during the day. You
Louis Eloulse Green
Marshell ,
ELVII 111113 THE [ELt 9 Gadsden County's outstandingcivic N. Y., daughters. Mrs. Cathrine, The Guidance Counselors of our are Invited to join us in worship
II Glendale Russ Glover,
u WITH I tWWBIi and educational leaders. Wilson, Mrs. Annie Mae Wilson school, Mrs E. S. Butler and Mr. during these 1l'1V1Ct'1.Jackson .
The Dodgers behind the A will be served after the Patricia Forehand, Quincy; Daisy
Quincy repaas and Edna E. Sheppard, have planned a full
both of Quincy, Mrs
pitching of Rayfleld "Deno" Ellas morning service. Y. : schedule of Orientation activitiesfor Jones Nadine White, Havana;
Wilson, New York, N daughter
and the timely tilling of Tom At 5 p.m. Mill Betty Williams In-laws. Mr. Censor H Ales, and all new students enrolling at Frankle Mae Murphy, Balnbrldge; Heights
I IMO YkZIOHN Thomas amlntaln their tint place will deliver the address Miss .In lsws. Mr. Carter Partamore this term. They Annie Porter, Chattahoochee; I
Mr. Willie Smith, son -
is t the Monti- well known In Gadsden Stockton Cowart, Gretna; Freddie
\ position by defeatlnt Williams Is brother-in-law will be assisted by member from Recreation News
.. Robert Barnes,
I \ cello Braves, 10.5.Raytleld County for her beautiful voice and other departments of the school C Felton, Attapulgus, Ga; Annie
Ella picked up his her musical talent She will be There was good participation Mae Boyd, Greensboro; Samson By Timothy lane
tenth victory Tom Thomas led making her debuts as a public New Bethel in the Lunchroom on the first Griffin, Tallahassee JUNIOR SOFTBALL LEAGl'K

In the victory by going 4 fort Including speaker. Miss Williams a graduate day of school If we are to do our BIRTIIS (SM 1MI
S singles and a double, ot Floirda A and M University. Church NewsSunday best in school, or at anything we James Den and Eloulse Green Games ot past week Trojans
FORD'S I'I'UNDE11ING producing thre run and won for She Is a member of Pine Park undertake to do, it Is necessary Girt August 9. 10, Rattlers 7; Bees 7, Bulldogs
'ECTACUI him the player I of the day. School faculty. school opens each Sunday that we keep our bodies strong Charles and Frankle Mae Murphy 0; Rattler 8, St. Hebron 0; Bulldogs .
I Howard Head will fill the bill at Everyone If Invite to attend morning 9:45: a.m. with the and healthy. One way that our Boy August & 3, St Hebron 0; Bees vs.
..\llIml 1 COI ANY short atop position, he killed IB.ve these services on Sunday. Supt. Brother Henry Palmer Jr student and teacher can do this Elijah and Dorothy Key Girl Red Devils rained out: Rams vs.
rasa Rally when Elias got Into Thursday evening at 7.30: weeky In charge Mr. Palmer is askingall is by eating the wellbalancedmeals August 7. Red Devils rained out).
I \ ELViS trouble with the banes loaded and prayer meeting. teacher and pupils to be on that are served in our Mallle and Hazel Porter Girl LEAGUE STANDINGSWon
2 I two out. A high chopper was hit' Friday at the hour of' p.m, time. Lunchroom. August 5.Cord. Lost Pct.

1 over the head of Ellas, but Head Rev. H. Manner and the membersof Revival meeting begins the llth The Principal of Carter-Parra- Ucksklllet Bees 8 0 1.000
Presley I rut over grabbed the ball on the Macdonla Primitive Baptist day ol August. We are asking all more the Asilstant Principal of ThanksWe Scott Trojans I 1 .833
fly throwing the runner out Head Church, Tallahasse will render Christians and members to attend along with the remainder of the wish to thank our many Jackson Ht. Rattlers :3 2 ..600Westslde
.KiDGalahad aim went 3 for 4 at bill, service In behalf ot Club No. I rve. The pastor and members wish faculty, truly hope that this will friends for flowers, telegrams, Pirates :3 2 .600
lilHORSEILDIERS .. Next Sunday the Dodgers will All members are asked to support to thank everyone for helping to be the best year for the Carter. cards, and food, during the recent Boy Scout Bulldogs 2:1: .400 I
meet their strong rivals, the this program. make our annual rally day a Parramore family. To this end, death of our mother, Mrs Mary Hillside Rams 1 II .ISA
Camilla Braves In Dodgers Park success. your full cooperation I I. requested. Love. Quincy Red Devils 0 2 ..000St
3 I I The Love family. Hebron\ Lions 0 6.0009iideP1INASNINGTON \
p.m. Signed
CIlOI.,111II leading the CP PTA Sets Bishop G. W Collins, Jr. of New,
The Dodgers are .
i *.**,/**Mm tMMHI Mf IT| ,league with 14 wins and four In the Orleans La. contributed a donation Church PlansMemorial
First MeetingThe to help us with our cause Wethe
lost column.
members of New Bethel wish Rites
Initial meeting for the to thank him very much.

SUNDAY Rites Held For school year 1964 65, Carter-Parrs. The total amount raised at our Memorial Services for Lake Tal-
more P.T.A will be held Wednesday annual rally was $184170. quln Victims, will be held :.Sun.
Pennick Infant evening, 7:30 p.m. at the Thanks everyone. day, August 18. U a.m. at Blessed '

AUGUST schools cafetorium.Mrs. Bible drill will be every Sunday Hope Missionary Baptist
16 i Graveside rites for Infant Jerry V. D. Kelly, the newly at 5:00: p.m. Everyone Church, Glory community. : ,
Pennlck was conducted Monday elected president will be In charge evening Invited. Mr. Melvin Barber a member _

All Star afternoon In Williams Cemetery, Foremost on the agenda will be la cordially will be held of the faculty, St. John Elementary MARCH OF EVENTS
) with a !local minister In charge Program projection, for the year Business meeting McPhaul at 5:00 School Quincy will be
Young Pcnnlck died at home following will be outlined. Also the officersof at Brother John : the speaker for the occaukm OPPOSED
16 RAt
a brief Illness. Carter.Parramore P.T.A. will p m. Sunday, August Several members ol the facultyand I
All Colored Cast The survivors are: Mrs Arzola be Introduced.An In students of St. John will appear TO INTW CAMPAIGN | aUT AH FOLLOWERS

Pennlck, mother, Mr. Willie J. appeal made to all parents Organizations interested sponsoring on on program. Some of deceased HEMtT' CATTICART
Pennkk father William and Edward 10 come an participate In the P. educational institutes vutlms were members ot By
"MIRACLE IN HARLEM" Pennltk, brothers ArUvIa TA. program Remember by alcoholism may do so in coopers- the St. John school, at the tune Central Pnu WatMngton Writer
and Francs Pennlck, sisters marking your ralandrr, Wednesday lion with the Florida) Alcoholic 0. Box of their passing. Washington political observers, theri
M Slmma-Jaikson Funeral HomeIn evening, August 19. Come and Rehabilitation Program P On August 18, 1962, by co-lndd WASHINGTON inflammatory racial argumanU can b*

charge, bring a friend 147,-Avon Park. ___ end, 18 young persons lost their kept out of the upcoming presidential campaigning.
E .., live* only one lone survivor. It Lyndon Johnson bas an Achilles' heel it U the beck-laah
i The accident terminate the vote against his literal civil rights aland. If Barry' GoldwaUrha
I annual picnic and outing, sponsored a chance at the presidency it Is through the voting bios
by the Sunday school department -
that oppose inltgregaUon or the rapidity
of Blessed Hope Missionary with which it U being pushed.Thus .
IS FOR i Baptist Church. when the President and the Jtepulll"nn
The memorial ..rvk'Plll divided -
candidate agreed at their recent Whit
In two phases. The Memorial
Rites and a special progam at St House mtcUnf to try to keep the racial Issue>

John Cemetery, where newly tram getting out ot hand it seemed fore*

I slapped, and Identified grave doomed to failure.
P may be viewed. This worthy project No one la Washington believes that either"
PRINTING. Is sponsored by the following nan will brad his party on the low" political

I choir unions: Morning Star Choir .,' road. Observer are unanlmoui that both men.
Union, Gretna, Havana Senior a. leaders of their party In the campaign,
Choir and Quincy Junior Choir WIll try their best to conduct their politicking

Union Four, Quincy. 1/ oa a high plan. But what their follower

Those persons besides the The ....w..t will do la another matter.It .
i speaker which will appear on program la too much to expect that Johnson adBacMotK .
at Blessed Hope are: Deacon vote herents, having fought a bitter battle imco
Ira Field J. H. Shoemaker,
LETTER PRESSand U JkMrL Congraa for a broad civil right law, will not
Rev. Drew till, Mr* Queen
i Ford Deacon W. 1.. Battle, Russell try to capitallM on it during their owl cam
I 1L Stephen. Miss Sallie Sills. twlgn for office. Whenever these eandldaUa claim credit for
George William. Rev. Robert advance for civil rights, they will be rebutted, if not >y their

Green Mr*. Essie M. Batron opponent, by orfaaiMd or spontaneous demonstration .ftlaatthtm.

members of chain of the abovementioned .
choirs, and others. It U too much to expect Southern and aome Western politico

i The public I I. invited to attend. who have attached themselves to the OoUwatar bandwagon to

( refrain from aping to the opponents of integration. Audiwhenever

fj OFFSETSales Airman GriffinIn kind of demonstrations.they' do, th...'* a good chance they win face the tarn

I CaliforniaVICTORVTLLE. Under thesecondlUona in the h at.d-up political atmosphere
r. of a campaign it 1* likely' that mature will move beyond the

: Calif. Airman brink of vocal protest AM if and warn they do the other aide
First data Isadora Griffin caa be expected to retaliate 1A kind. The best to be hoped for

Literature Letter Heads jI. Jr. ana of Isadora Griffin Sr., of U that leaders told down such demonstrations to a ptintmiiny
1SJO Leonard Orel S. Jacksonville .

Fla, I. now serving with SELECTED VTOTATJONS-One of tfc- oldeat of political

Business FarmsGii11 IN.I Air Command"!s veapona is the we of direct quotation from publication atone
I TAG) S2nd Tactical Fighter Wing sort or another. And one of the mo.t-wd dntlel1II this ana

at George AFB. Calif.I I* .. us only that portion of the quotation that suit the epp.altos' .-
I I Airman Griffin an aircraft
and Labels pneudrauttc repairman, previously
Tags served to England. Usually, such partial quotation tad to distort BManiar. but
aoneUmtt a portion la left out for other 80
I I The airman s unit la equipped purpose It wa
with the ww F4C Pharxon, theward's with a compilation of editorial conmeat on
Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service c 1 fastest Jet fighter. The Barry Go+dwatWa celebrated Interview with the4..+.le...
Gnd supports the TAC mission of German najnuiiM *D.r jBpteg* pot together
w providing firepower and other air by the XtaaoeraU Xattoaal c.mssiues.The ttLa4.n

627-7649 support Mil. S. Army tore**. conpUaUoa quoted an editorial tram th* 1e.en.ea
The airman attended Steven DomoentkaJIy' oriented New York Post critieU

High .School to Quincy Fla. His fciff tile tatorrlew and terming Ooldwatar "'pertsqie U* moat
wife. Ruby ta the daughter of Mr.
appalling euddaU for the
....... praldancy advanced by hi* artyi
and Startey Brows of Ht X Wanes
sauce Gamaliel Hardlag.

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES I WuaQ'' What the Democrats skipped wa that part of the ana editorial

I Outpatient dinky of the floe that went on U say It should ala b* reeaDod that
Ida Slate Alcoholic RehahibUBon BanUac wan elected. It seemed the Democrat war loath

Program are located to Jacksonville to MM*!* that eiecUon even U rears after tile tad.PACE .
15 South Madison Strttt
Tampa. Miami Pmsacoia
and Orlando. The .... agency'streabpcnt J I I

center is to Avon Park.


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Plumbing ruturo Electrical ,lullNNIR: KRBNAN., KOHKRT IIn" .14 bud..t to Ia I" I.I tth.r. Ih. ....plb. .r b5.
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I Buppliea. Pip Fittings ...... U full tiopil on55'It.. the ...*.. .| ih. Inhabitant uf the \ Bi *rw ANO COvER UPI
Water Keaien, TU Board NOTICE harl.r .f th. ..'11) ,t r yulmx. ndabbothood whore tuck llv** FPE'11ES )4ANI( 7- .
Oaa and 011 Heater TO ELLA BRYANT tuck I* k.pt or II...., ort SOW 'n4JtE WIACIP4th ( LAP6E* QAWZPd1ANFWAMPhkI6I
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ItBBNAN. whoa. l.tll r. !: 'l.5 OF TUB CITY OF ant >.n.d a* nittrkti R-u.
FOR SALE Id.10. and addraa I* \IIN Y. R-IAM R-t. HiM, Iand Rth .'
I & SUPPLY CO. I If llTlai-, and If dud, your 'h.rr KHCTU1.N I. That atld hudiat I. lily of Uuln:. ic .'Mliiii,
RENT tarn. bdronbora trail ruretnttlvM or ... ih. City of slulnoy for tho Is lb. offlolal lonlni map at Mid
FOR tar III) ot 00. .n. Iwo ,., I J Bedroom*. concrete biota 44 TEARS Or SERVICETo TO: ROBBRT JOHNSON, .. yr b.ilnnlni July I, Oily sun ....11 ..., oIL an) pt.":,,-
111 r.ald no. *nd and onellnl Jono ii. un .. I... la tk* City of Qoincy in I'- k
room horn (or 110 Mk 08 floors par month Ml. I din' mini heating Magnolia This Are d..*.. I. III rtiahland A. and submItted b, 1k. ..*.. whIch k* ...., II"......a,
wiln pollan.d all nod Drlvr, mint., bating Um-o. I anna Hlahlanda ParkMlchlfan. ii v ".na.., b*. and he h" i. has In .hn* or .>oar ni i" 'j i ,.
bath and kltch.a I and I "1,500. PHONE J2MSJT adopted that **lddoptu it.50f.ln....1... enntrot, p.i '''u
..a ..n..onl.n. I' B "Istchot hair aad sail bud. .hr, eon llrailook t* b* _.I't. wt:'-.,
You your >a *t any
0... .born, 1'1.. P"o. HI I. I 1110 S. Monroe Street .
1 Bodroomt frame, separate r.prtntatlvM ar* h.r.hy of tht out Ih. ronttnt of all Oils *d It
$111 0' .-1 1.1I1 LId I TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA flad thaI a hIll ol Complaint J I ,t.:11 ap.rlfl.d; .W.t.: at ta* oocuptntt of property lylni with
dIning oak :
room. noon. partition ol She following ... from the fuiidt Indl In boo fool of tk. pramltM whore
( -boroi Causal Acre crlhd property, to- ll.R.ttn ; ".,! iu<'h lly.alook I* ".pl.
19,000. CNCLAIMBD. RRPAIR8 Ma.W* it t point on lisa Wool MKCTION I, ThU ordinance URCTION |. Any p.r.on who
FOR KENTMEXITO I hav thru glng.r $.wliit. .id* of gulney and FarTlll Isbn affect Imninllalaly hall iolata any of lbs prnvl-
J IVdrooma, redwmd aiding, htons that w r. unrlalm.d' macbios..rc Pay. Koad wh.r. on.-b.lf ||) |,,>n lla ......., .p..roY.1 and ebOn* of thl* I'rdlnanoa, uponconvlotloa
BEACH Florida room Rmith LM.8I1'N't .r.palr In bill eortii'U U. Thou Writ. quarts aocllOO lina tta.t diidos : .. *a required hy I... thrnf anal b. pun.lah.d '
ooiohapo ., the Nortknost quarterNIStO I\TlIlII"'ICD: In th* City Com- M provldtd by "tlull I.'
... V
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!RuniM-t Acree. 13000. .n. ru
( of North***! soa.rt.nNEtS ,' of the ot Uulnoy of the Cod of Ordlnnc.. of lbs
,.. IMO 't. trmmt wat.rSodo. .nt.r, 4(14 K. Wrlfht IU P.n- ::: W'd.
LM 1 ( from the on tOo of July, Oily of yulnoy, FionlIa.aliCl'ltlN .
.. It
....... BPII i Bcilrootnit. concrete Work, uol. ria.
"IS.w I
tlE:|> of Nonthos.tqaartat. H 1114.l'AOSEI', 4. It I* th* mimi of
(..due.. *....,** .........dB. Florid room BllUljr room, ear.port .. (NEsS of a.otlon : In 001 oaoaa of CIty \-\omIDI..I. and .1 lbs

llo.. tmr M...*. CwpWM ventral heating, oak Tw.nty-thr.o .......... ....'. ..T..*.. p.rrkWill floor II (loris Drive Oak T..,.. tit North Ranna Four gulnry, Florida, Ihl lOiS day 'lb. Cod. of Ordlnaar.a of th*
r..f for .4.... ,.P "..... ABC tl) Wt cro*>.* laId road. Auau.l. A U. Out I'll* ef Qulnoy Florida and b* 00 fHI
lull MA Is ,_lit .' "Aim faim. Park $11.000. I to ant'snon Woo Pavantyyard I I-i: r Woav.r I odlfl.d fur Inolualon lhar.ln. THE BATTL
(Tl) thw oulk. ov- Mldlni Offtrtr of th. City ISTROIK'CH.t In pn ..aaalonf BUTTONS ISOM -
3 Bedroom, brirk-wneer, crtral > I only (71) yards. th.no. Bant I ('"mmlaalnn of Ih* City of th* City I'ommla.lon I of Id* .----...-
beat and air condltliwlng! K.v.nty (70) yards I* uld gum !' Florida lIly i>f Julncy, Florida on lbs
Vol' RbNT "m.1I I b,4ronlc 1 and W bath. wall-to-nall FENCEINDUSTRIES Quite and Fao..lll* noah, I I IfcJT TIN day ot July. 1144PARKEn .
,.. .L 1I2 W..I .nklln Mt carpeting drapes, carptni. SOS I than. tonI Wool side of. of Ih* ( II" of Uulii y and In 0 p.oeoe. of th.
"' H aid road to point of b* l.rk ot the City Oommlaatun City Oommlt.loB *t Ih* City of
fill MAIn t-1174. Jettj Avenue, Holiday Height. klnnlneentilnlnc On. II) .,.of It gulrwy, Florid, on U. llth day Olives Branch Out
.or*, mor .r IM. Paid land of Autu.t, tlli1'naldlni Big
1 Bedroom frame modemkllrhen. I ...".,*. lying and bolnp Inti'wVtr )TU'\G EN1'WRFICTtTIOI3SMAttE loon 1W.n.: ...
at Grelna, and on V.S. I ih* Oad.d.n and IJtW Itffloar of lb. CllyommlMlon
FOR RENT 1Iw. '0. tt.JOO. ( ,*, Notlr la ll.r.hi illy. Uat ef lbs 1117 .1
h.. b.." 111.1 asainot 10,1' und.rtlin.d. datlrln ta Sd' Vlulnry Florida In Of
l losal In buairiMa under th. tl- Variety Recipes
NO y 'u or your h'lrt or ATTUnTI ;
1 Bedroom, tram, older ref
r.n.nt liv.a ar* qulrd stems of Jllnoy Jvnilt. it I F CFOM
home, furnished, """'" hot water aarv* a copy of your anawar ., II Watt J.ffaraon Htrl. ("l.rk of Ih* City of Qulnry *al.rk <
Office SpaceAir Mr. rang and refrtg. tm i':.aain.. to the ,ond.d Hill lbs CIty of Qulnny, .Io.tda. of IOn City Comailttloa iy AUCI HNrion'
mplalnl on th* Plaintifft In r.al.t.r th. salt n.m.
corner lot, Grwn.boro. MONEYDOWN I"I ''' Charlton L. Plaro*. : Ith Ih. Cinch of tht Clrnurt ." h.raof It TUB WEALTH tlr pixxtue I'OTATO OUTS: SALAD

>:*.t J.ff.non trl.! of Otd.dan County, Flor NOTICE tent ui by California, Include. H 0. rip slime
Conditioned LEWIS H. GREGORY ..., Florida and tOo NotU It btrby ..'.. that lhnroolsiralics hI ollvea.ThM .
,"awe's. plosli010 In tho j. g, KELlY book. of tHidida ,. Up. Juicy I nard-.ookd fn

BUILDING REALTOR tic. .f lb. Clark Dr lbs sbtnant lillv Id. AU(, I, II. I* 41Hli ,'oun',. Florid will ka kept art fin i* li and mat.a I *, ohopptd ealary
WILCO on or b.for Ih* tl -; NUKlfFlfllTIOlSMI op.n at my office I.jul...,, I dIned boiled
II W. WAMtlNfiTOX ST. Auiu.t. A. P 1"'. It ,. ': K 1 wonderful Uiritlnt In ao pototosoh
riorlda *k alondif* of .MB w..kIhrouihixit
(271294 fall t* do to judirm.nt by dQnlnrr. \ \ : lAWi.il. Ik* bal asnoaf lbs many pleatta recipe .. choppy dill plckl.!
FurnishedWill I : I. ll-i.M ilh.n thai
Utilities .
fault will b..d ,wltndar loll, *>,'*pt thai U mayonnale
you ton tho .II.t domandod undaraiiu.d, lU.liInn to on I Try U\H fine ._rol. and
Alter to Suit tha flo moth babe oltiil be 0.01 ole, oa
In hui 00,5404.0 1
tbip. vtnrpr
TO PAY tbs Hilt of .mpl.lnt of Jltn Jr No. I. a *ry w.... day for Ih* p.rl.d ..111m. ..*,
Your Needs Am.nd.eI Bill .r Cnmpt.inl.00MM >numbar ui nam IOT WaIl r Jtft.non, b.inoln .* tk. lilt day .tVtpt.mb.r 1 Up. Sack Nit and irate*.
FOR SALE County, .. In tha Clly of NotIon, 1114 and andln* ., BCEr-OLnK-NOODLC: onion

APPLY FREE ESTIMATES id.. this OI.eI.day ef July, A. .. *. Int.nda to r.alit.r Illsoii lot Illl eolock All r.il.irallon p.oi. S. ouiob.r book wllb I CASSKKOUC!' Cut olivet to lntdIu-alaed
Wn.SON'SIf n.'"' with tha Clark' of tht
Bedroom Concret Blat CALL 1114IKAL) "'nit court of Utdid.a County, lMd W r.tlMr.tlo *i .11 l 1 I. rip oily** piece. Die *..... Combine
( Ida, ., llniM during 1114.J H Ib. around bfV .
Fd.ln P550 .u eclary, potato. pkkl
Lore Huloklnton.upr .
CLERK or cutprrr J Q. KELLY lor ef R.itrtlla a flntly chopp* 6278661QuIncy. UAL>.aDEN: Of HI NTT. ) July 15 Ao. 5. U. It tIlo
.. Baurl Au. I. II It 1 ttap. ....4 oU Pour over points mU.tur .
ak floor atbmlM rootnear by Pouilaa lWI ICH INDKR YiCTttIOUSNANL
rnIq3: : UiJ'' Sa...... lob Florida >*puty, Cl.rk. LAW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EECONI I a. eookd nnodlM (one and blend HirhUy.Make .

,5500 Oharllon U Piano itr.M Notice .. H.noy 11100" that > JUDICIAL CIRl-UlT, 4-oa, pacing) 4-5 oerrmn of t dlf.
I I 1171 East Jffron undrlan.d. doalrlni I* .*> IltISillIt I r UNTY FU>
BLJ: > WANTED: torn: |!. par i Tallahaai, Florid In bualnaa. und.r Ih. flo- IN CHAMCERT. -,. R1DX I ran (It oa.) tomito rrnt and dtUcloua points
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4.r or mor In ptrmtntnt rout.work. Call Lewi E. Porch Attorney for Plaintiff nam. ol Molpy-M.lfy tau*. FEl>BHAL KAVINUE aaur salad
Will train mn or wom.n July II. M, Aol. 4. II
Writs Mr, ,, at numb.r lot Faal J.ff.ron AND IoAN AMHOCIATIONUF H Up. salt
'f Innp.rl.ncwl Hiro.l. In She Cltr of ", ,,III. sncr SANDWICH FilliNG
.1IICATH. Bo, I7 Au.,.. )M W.-nh. II IL I, MAin 7-8770 NOTICE tTNT>FR ,. : Florid. Inland l. rntr MrparallvB, COUNTY5 > tup. WoKwrtorahir H *. rips olive
.1.u NAMH LAW paid nam. with I th* Cl.rk of rialnllfl 'H .. p*ted America
tf Null. I. H.r.hy Olv.n Clreult IViurt of Uadadan chM I e. eottajr* the***

he ood.rsllond ", Florid Al.HEHTHA: JORDAN, and t lb..., chopped ptmjtttla
EXPANDING ISHIRTS ...* I. b ulna'i u'nd'.r'lh. JO KElLY: MAlkH MOHINBX1N, Jb(., Cut ollvta In Urn wedge '
tltloui aim ot Jltn.y Jr. No. Juip 50, Aol. S II 10 _.'.L Vol.adan' I tb.p. msyoonainsIa
FOR SALES .....*..d at the oorn.r of W. NOTrea Cook bout and onion la oil stow Up. salt
SUPER MARKETS J.ff.i.on *nd flran.* *''*.'. ThIS .rATIO SIP rlontDA minute. Comblnt with
I Istos
Brdroom "0_ Low ih. Clly ef tiulncy, Florida. IN THE I'lltClIT>il RT f>Finn TNt MAjnart; HOBINHON JH. noodle tip finely chopped
Dame Payment Low land I* I'ollIi.r' Ih* saId ... Itt.;'i'ii"till, JI ltli'iAL. cmfir. Ill Clifford A t.is .tomato aauca salt, Few drops Tabaaee)

Monthly Paymenta. Financing with th* Cl.rk of Ih* .... (: IN AM' Still UAI'"t>fcNlllfNTV HotkHUr I. Maw ,.... Wnrcetterthlr and ollvta, Turn Black pepper to tart
Nixxli ExprrhnredManatrr i-ourt of O.dadaa County, fl/KlllliA. IOU ar* hrby Kollfl.d Into shallow bakIng dish
Already Arranged. Nor. *" IN I'HANrKIIT Ma l-lll that a mil k** boos krouahi Chop ollv*. J'ore. chtoa

In Orocerj man MoMIII... lOll Magnolia I. g. "' IIUMLM ri.XAM.tt ...In.t you In the circuit: Oourl fprtnkl with oh..... through alv*. Bind all lnjr: >

Drive. If July II, Aug. .. tl, 10 IXlMPAST Plurila .orptr.IIofl. of lUdadtn County Flm FlorIda Inthanrry Bak about II mln. at WOT dlnt.. Maki about 1% tup
Mrat and frodoo and ky Ih* r.d.ra .
NOTICIO OF KLnUTIONBe PI.I"Ulf.IU.'AIII IInl... and Loa* Aaoltiu, ..s.Ys S. till 111".
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It know that I. ., Iforaiirly gulnoy ".40..1 .. .
Drp.rtrnfIltI.rIteflo PANTSLAUNDERED AflAMe ot Mitt : 'IIIMPTOIC >
P.rr.tary \ CI..lVJR
flea and loan AMvrlatlnn
I Ipoon Ktat. ol Florida, do : | bl. nIle. a.IIT\llLIJO: : ...1 )
t.JE-1-1 lt.llJ." Ik laid Flrat Fd.r
Ifo onlI'e. that t OKNICHAL: .. "' ':. II.r.nbnta.. Onios and l...
*a A.aoclallon
THIN will ba hold In ., NI 111115 liii' CIII' ...ka i* foreclose a Inonboaoaled. -fJi t lil ;@amp ro:
Oadndi Toimty Times "AfE:\ Old ITn"oodTp.wrlt. Bounty, Florida, on Tua.day SIOIITIIAIIIC, FtHatciBli'ItK ky you d.... Au.u.t-f.,
: .,. Call tI'.Ttn II FLUFF DRY niro.aillnt th. flral Monday S'. Il.l.1AM OI.lVIIK IlIUM?. Illl spin tk* foilnol.g daiorlk. I
Poll HALE rarmill"lI"p.t'- No...mb.r, AD., Illl, the .. TON and hit wlfa, ESTELLII'IILl ; ... laodsi, .. .1tJ, IN'JIO

HELP wANTED port Urn.: KKMALB.cUlt "".rk.p.r. -.' Trarton f.rtlllifir cultivator dlmrlbutorl: plintcri harrow,. REPAIRSALTERATIONS Tutaday Nov.mbtr b.lnf I. fill lbs th third. dy. You William Pros 011.., Crutip llillhli 11 TW, a ,ukdlliloB Plink "L",*r ak.lf.r*ddl. LURING fhos. fsh..with! Lur.... f
tom.l.to l. nfrir.llI'nlt.d and k-.l.lla I Crunptan, ar. HOB I the of .
., dirrl". attl.d CUrMR tl7.ftU. II lIly Nolan, Florida
ltta Eantlorll.liraaantatlva ''' notlflad that a Cunplilnl as and .,. SINKINA RAITSUMNC
and ao.oidlni I. e
Wnlm1' ,
work port Urn In tNinirtM ( ... ..
sAlE Ir..h. IorbutO eoN.I. .ort. .
Milk Sn
.t.rt.In. iowa pin u lbs effion
flood *
\r SI hour multi ,. th. Mlntk Congr.a.lonal following ....'Ib.. prvptr- IIt': "- et.lsottoc .
for rla-ht P"r..,n- Minimum .0 hand Top C on ,tibia ",d. of Ik* of tk* tlstttail Coun
l.rr .l r.qolr.ro.nt and 11(1 PontlM B l.n. In ..."dndltlon trlotI ', tv-wlti In and for lI.d..*. County, Flor
.diic tlon hood opportunity ,... with rrnnon for ..!.11I! I I I TII... CII Juallrai of the iin-founh (|) aor', mart erI. ida I* pin Hook N*. I.
Mlh school graduOta.iipplmntl (smi.inborn. In. 1'.11 MAIn 7.0311.. tl MORROWDRIVE pram Court, Qpoupa I, I sod I..., of dlm.nalon III oat byIII sod you ins .., r.qulr. t.
for to ;on.ouW Jtidi. of th* I. : fat In ih' koutb.a.i gutr- fll. sitS lbs I'l.rk .( uld
h vlnf r :: MUrtyour
ly FOR $Ai.it I of lor tOts lit.\ /AiOjftii?
In. H.III".Ito. o" Appaal Ion ef Muulk.aai 04oarssrI.f wrlliiB d.fnno .. ... \
work full tlm. For p..on.1 110 Ct.banel nhntw.o. ....1"., IN App.llata in.trlctorirr th* N..UwooljUU'" 10th: mtMM .11. ...
or _
If -
Mr. allornar '
to y say th.r.i.
t'rvl... apply In portion Llk. n.m Ph osnt,...1 radio I/'Iovo."" ef NW|) of Hanlloa It, a.d i. \ =
Hudson **ri* pi.iBtlff
1. D r.ln. M.,. hours Balk i of '10 m.nual.. Writ. lioo "1.. ./D I CLEANERSHOMES of Hal Townahlp I North, Hanae I I....,.. 1I..d.or pen 5.4 LIons.al-I ,

Co. lI.t".n 11 00 sm.the enly. No phon. O.d.d.n County Tim.. II Canon. ...... S c..._ ComptrollerCommlailonar Weal uidadan County f lurid*, Kant Waahlosto .,..., Qut..o.
ant. to of Airleulture b.lna part of, and car-.d Florida ...., .
.... 'f a sopy Ih. o. n. Os.for.
mil. pl
Tr.a.ur.r from, Ih. lend of Hooaton I'.r- sopiabap ,. "U, hanoI "
AIr.ll HFM; WANTFDlMALB : '|Atlorni>|t (lonanaldapnnintoodoot ot Publl I A'b nab a, dMrrlbad I* Warrantyl fall al *, Judam.nt will .. 011. ....'..', ........- .Jtr
tnu.nal opportunity '>.4 I* >ald Huu.ton Parrlak trd nalnal' you by d.fault
for poutS man to I..rn 1k. 1.. TV SERVICE atru.'lion from II. K.: Rdalon and hi. WITNEM m, h.nd and Ikt II'iihoe A.U>IMIMIWAtT. it vouai rui'tnawi .it A blip
portuteototoru retail business Florid I'ubllt Vtllltltt wife. lx>ulaa U Hod.lona. dai.d tail of sold **urt at gulnry, CAST OUT LIT IT SIMM 'TO UMNINA PVUa CAsT OUT

ant tn t..ln I..r rUI"N m.n. .._ a copout. All ...... : Hal alnn.r ., .... April II, Illl and r.cord.d I* Flsnida '" day *' *"""." OTTOM.. ...LUJW SAl, TOMaTAWMIl lit IT IIHM TO OTTOM POelAWMIll.
,..1.1 p".III..n. Th. m.n ... .r. I Allora.y the official. Hook 14 piCa A O ,I7': .TH-H PhTitilVtIl.0ww'WtTs WITH YOU HOP TIP
.>okln. for moot b. b.twt'ii th. H:.tm r<*.. Judicial 'Iroull III IB lAs Publl ft*'ord* of (EALI A Iblias (WJtKKt. %IVI IT A IU'HT JftKK ANMTRIIVB
ants of II tft IT y..r* ft .(*. Publl I'.f.nd.r f.oond laiiad.n County, Florida lbs Bdwla II.*. MOWty.rtOATIM4WV1N .
n.tti.4 with a itron dent. lob HACK'S RADIO ft I llpci.ltOn Mid karaln daxirlkd : ocr*. A* Cl.rk of **ld Oourlky .
.u"" ...ful In th* builn.n* (I' M.mbar ef lbs a iur* er ..., bain* Sun and Ixual E .aur. I)<1 ,
world Only thoM who po.n.. a, H nnna.tstivoeI'ouoly mor prtl.ulrly d.iorlb.d ** I J
TV SERVICE Jado. _Auf II, ,1, | ||
Initially Hood rharaot.r. and followa la-wlti Commtaiilnf I Ith. atafonaald
{'I.rk or tllP Hood rholmtle r..'ord non d apply Nt Eons ,."._ XlnQlb.rry.Ji Otul b..aannronro f she
Minimum Motional r.- A......orTa UK! ., sri: *f NW| TAU COIYP571w 't2. ..,
.nool .rsditoti. -
qulr.m' OhiO and o.e.m" IhnD.4..t 'D' adi -
If you fool thai you on m..iur.no -- I ColiMHorCounty stanoistli S foul t. t.. Okla. l-ourU-en loud J ::: .
,. .
TMtKll limb.tniiund
... qualification apply 1IILMOVBD: : *r $ lnl.nd.nl *f
In parson to th to ),f,. L. P r.ln. *!.% 411.lOlt.: Call: Johnny O".n'i: Greenwoodand Inatruotloa. l'SitrdT OK 0.5.BaXIINNINHNouikMil .0 of the I *:r ed*. cnmalalkl. 1>"* E pruiilem |nrllfearokl t! "

Hulk Hiidnon Co. b.tw.tn tO.Itonni 1."p..I.. l of R.aliirilloaThra tnor. er I.... k.r.l d.wrlb. lie Mill white be .
of I'10 a.m to II to am I iiIM.E loin Champion Ill M.mb.r. .1 Ih. 10. From lbs Mid POINT OF UK hub to filher a Sow can. TOt.aim ::
enl,. No phon call 'I.*.*._ If Trdwlnd 10 b, I* foot twob.drootsm I of trlol.County Comml.alon.ri: "i OINNINII. run lkm Nortk fara I III from a train lit
1. I ind I. crown
,. ..
hou..tiHll Kiroll.nl fit.
"a"Job tmmodlitoly 'Idomi.srs dlauni *
11I 3 tilt'N*. truck drlv.r. .ndlll".. lt*..onbly prlod Sunset Acres Tw of. II Publl) Inilruttloa of the, Ul. III) ,.." Ih.noa run W..I far family has had for II yean. Mr.

I.........'. ; .ny kind ofwork. IIt.ltl" If trlol. I td i a diatanr *f sac kuadrtd fIns gualli boufht the ant aood tan
Pt,00a iZ'T.1001. It Two II) JuitlcM of the p 50000 fain lh.no ru. ....,. for whm he wu 2] and hal **vd
CLARK PLEMMONS a dl.t.nc ef 055 k.Bdrad tl Itt. --
IMalrM I ad I.Tw -t from inch
(1150 ,..., thc. ruB Bait for year! emp hors
I Pbono MAIn MSI I and* (I IProiMiitlnf). Celbl, Dlatrl.tt a .1.....* ef en* kundr flf. that Urn*, dnrne r< the tlalkl WOW IP YOU UIN A
Altry 111) f..t I.II.* KilNT OF Crow u Wjh .. U lrt.IJUBTt SUKFACft \ CAtf OUT..
mmmIIJL08T I County 'ur *yor HKUINNINflIhn CMf OUT PUos All" waIt.lId 1. .AllOW IT 10 HI MAIM. .TILl
bain* ih* tam* lad Idiall
I nil farral .( ml at
WELL DRILLING In TestImony Wh.r.of, I .n"'r'4 t. Msrti'.or properly har.isIs It RKAVKN WITH A ftCATTIRIM I OfJf bOll TIP >U*. AWMIll. ,

FRIGIDAIREZENITH. .rouot. "I sty hand and Warrtnty lwd ..... J**** RK*> WITH YOUR HODHP t1 PtttlN. $TOP. TM.M Jilt*.

ilral MM of lbs .BUI.. ry Illl a* rMotdad I* Of l.ouIrvllw, ICy On a euinmefevenlnc 'I'HIIT' IHt ACTION., ROD TIP AoiAIM.
Featuring i Complete Florida. at Taluk* *, r .fl'at
.. Hook HR-II atpai.t M,.. MlU.+ U and twochildren 5 a.usesSakt9 -
apllal." this lIe ""' .
Line of Doming Pump tot [ i-it I* ik. Pakll RM
day .f July. A l> lit were out walklftf whim
ef Flor
Horn ot Irrigation. and. Uadtdan CBty,
Dark Mamma Tomrat amwrnto TOM ADAMlav ldi and I* Ik* MBI sad Idaatl- .her 4yBMild nil aakH whet.
the .. of 8akl two brMmlwlnf TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE Aa. .. II. I*. It *II III fool ky lea fool eirralor hMwn .... Ilia mother loM him
since AuRint lot I. I lul of laid 'a sOul M.dr* thai .tt wai uniwhri. In DM
IN THE CIHCl'IT ('''I'liT ( HOBIM On.tr.all. Oompaar
tbo vtrlnllT of Uw park .. I CO. TIIK HIOOHMl JITHCIAI. (' his *,*.t.., or I* rMilna.. akiN, but you tuikln really **eIt [ cbYOUR HEALTHI.J

Rurmnk HfJjtile. II you havtnjr I SERVICE 'I'IT, IN AND FUR ,,,,., kll-ly** frama dwaliia koM lurrwtliu later tti* laii SC (

Inlormaltiia pINato wnitarlMr 1431 BasiS Monro FlorIda SL COLNTY, FUiRIDAIS for, and at b.r.ln lb. k.k.tl. *f, 0014N00tssiop rUlined xcttdlyi "I *M U I I'IftKt
Tallahaueo. HAMflMtr.: MO. 1.1.
Jnarph Dajm. l)( Park Ihi. MOPEKN IIOMKE CON_ "!; .. b... flind ...1..1 yss ... lImp left E UM wt, up tIIIt re," $7IETZEX.C00z31AX5k.D, .

., I"MtI.. '''131. Vfard 11MIOT lOt TItaN I1IMPA1Y, a "... .. ... tsqolrsd I. ..n. espy puInIInc to a slat.A .
olfrrvd. 'I Stevrcnt Young'sINVIMIKLM aorporallun your "*..*, ., PlMdlni ..

C.mpi.lnl *B lbs pinniifftnry I Are
rDWAUD OOUJNE, (' Hlrhard W. ktrtm. III. 1.11"I1.I {LIEE Readers Asking .
M t'"IIII" and ("" .... t** Ka.l Uoii.e A'.IIU., Tall' *. |
: *. Florida. sad fit k.rilal .
FOR\SALE ItBWRAVlNfl Burn*, a Florid* A..... or 1'1."'., I* Peteraburf FUu AE elrlerly / N rrM IM tUUrtn ***.. on Mrttbi I MMUUoMt lib
I Cm. T..r., Itntnl "y..r ..ri -.U."i..f.d.. ... eftlr. .f lbs CI..II of lbs wnnM waa hard wan4rr. >
HOUSES i ,i.1.! !:> Miss Ad.." Rat..*. MOBILE HOMES IIOTIl or PORECILJPUKoi 'broil Cnrl: .* M Oafs. I... InC Ih* unet and Mice kikhrr (tow* Ml yMI *a4 dd..,." ttleerf ol U. __acta,
Hi W tic. II Ph tlT-tltl. U SALE ..* lay *f Aa..t, 1114. If ,.. laud 70111151019? When taken judlctotuff >
N. lr. la ....... M, jud aii ky d la Muml Part ItneplUL Th
I |1fi* :: II".I'r 1 Mdltlnii ohol* tan help to rla Umliwi .
pnrt PLUS I b.lroom how Sale Serrlc* Ih. ...*..1.*.. Kdwt: 11. b. !. .. *,.,*.a ., .tmIttllc elm luM her U ah* flats U ctuaHr a ,
."lMMlMfiri V1"'. CAPITAL PUT CONTROL i l.rk of Ib. CircuIt I...rt .,f tk* railed .._*... la Ik* had more ihui 15 in br pr_ al4! pita which U character* *n4 Dos body. But Itahould

(' .11 *. It If.. Mona Varlelf. ( .....* C*.Bly, Florida, .. : ", ,,'. I tint fhry would have to put .H IE Md t by M MiMual appetltt fnrUilni not be U *d .* 1 01111140
foR 'ALiI drom Hun**. TwN CardMt. Concot. .....rt. .0 ShS UUa. Isy of A...." I" This ..II.* shall k. '.bll..... unJoa l.4 byphyiklM. .
Uon <
with fin.. plot .I Ills ..... A. M at :n:: Mch walk lot foer onM*'i the biapilaJ Ml. The wwnaa Sits paJflt pUuUT *t i* omm n

larsi. llvlnaroom.. ....t. dlnln room. _,..l Ht a.. Mice cI... Ui4 Trailer fr.nl 4amt mt lbs U.....* !_ WMk la tk* Oadadaa lAId *l* bad little unto UUM dirt. But U chOdrm IUCIlIrtranJ. .

Air ple Condlilon. r*. ,siud-IC back Oosnb r*.it... r and ir W..... ly CmrtkMM Bl ulry, r': ; 15I TIm.sad .llInDyKrP thai and after M Isaac of OTMIRV .pp.tI ar' etun It muA t. rnmbr that

,.rd. with ..,It....... Pkn litiiu Call Tallahatoe Ha. w. trad tot faralrgr enearthing mlttr n.t."for I* soIl the kiihMI lad Mil bid.* .,. ,. .."' ,.... Ibl. II 4.7 II of QUI"Jofy, UK. lbs clerk pUr.| $21)00 IE CAU4 bT 5515sil.alI7. UM b>l raiM* J! kleohol vmrlo

Au,. I. 11. II IT. I.pt.$1I .. talu .noh, lbs foil.".., .....'1 .kiwIs.. Itaertirk the 11. uI .........1'. What I I tmMquantity
COLLECT prop.ny *IIMI* I. _. for IndlvWu
I en*
.1 ike ClM.II they H.erI1. may
.... Ceurt,
: Florida l-wll!
HOME MITE au..." W. H*.. KOOL SCAt C>_........ *l tk. .....w.. "*.*... C.uty, Fl.rld UMit ''. ...a... Vs.4ighiI lbs b* a |ra| deal for anoUI<<.
JOB SALE OFFICE 122-ITM U i orr of laikwM *Mr lay ./ *XM.IM Posit e eKarrewW
U. .. .0 M mtt w.4 *tTalqul I lop ef .tII Nrtk .al *.. .; lwiy Cl.rk.: world
t BEDROOM COTtAGE Ian.TaltaaetM mt BMtloo II T.wullp | ...... W. Mrla, Ill TOn luceet U the JUikjtv 1 .. lalMUM

with are .* Laa Talata. i Xmnm mt EMIO I WM **d .uarr let n.lniirf. alga rkw-ii> ptn*'VsIW **,| rrtiuutr.pioet rVUI i. pyUirt "!.... ,
plara *. FWrid I Ik. run K**| *). M, A.* a, it. t' *iUMMNAtK'E erlmenl apmt aihl.li.rf Uemrtbly .
slot.. rrtrtitwalw. wabMtr w II.. Mdr This term deeerlbe S Hf.wlaf
quanta tl .
*. I bunt bnh. dor* tkclraa ONE STOP 1211 Weal TnaMMOPhew I t* 15: = of *a:lal. AM OHI/UIAM FU MtVrllJlJtT. operation of th* military, paints do Bat .f llM small biUatta

awlmmlnf IS..** I 1 sad trmm Mid :-I..of mm Intl THE II EKrl: "< OH I 55 Mportally to what CM. b* called 1 10111111 Ski U.4tH. that M -.U, .**. la
i.alsi nw foil InKant --.... Tuisy'sbitlIolbo
ktko frwataie. For All Your IM III! i/r uvEarrm IM TH*. 151055150s4 bifanU
50.anu Past itt foot. th.onSooth ANKA4 ONIO A* l>". EikteU. waistS pjeorto b) Cil-* that ...1tor1t

7111$. I M fool, Ik**** "' THI.-T' yi-IA. R-lAX, M.I and to detail the po"'ln Ills' CkiUren witS UiU *dttJDn
CALL M tI. ... fM lo Ik. p4i of ... loom "1dJ
A... 1.. I*. It FUhlnq NeedJ I ....,... _tal.'.. I. .-.. H iN.or Ill and H-l ill YIIdCITY eUfrdvenro of M sIlent OE eurfetarget MM...., l4 polwnlnf H ar. eporal.t4 *n very tartf Mxl

RoadW. RADla. I .... or i.----- *'*guiurf THE Attic NEKMM'ION FHO.IIIErTI 5 M M enemy mlU > lUll 0 MMdkal: problem thaianaot with (....t (iMceadiIt : -

Lake Talquin .' ThIs Ii lb. teasO pnaponhpssveyod 1KBTHERMIT: l "l>BMEETAIM .1.1101105 NIl.Data .*) .verViokelralat M MMt ,tw"...., lad

.FoR f ..-PALE.. C..n"Mass. loris wIth ...t.Mu *.I D. H.n.a .. Roberta '1. TV SERVICE .....* ky M.rWII.as W.tt.J.k.aMi.... (salt' cow i tT rl'vuwrepm-lone. PH/IVIIM EM I found ta .4d M4 wh.lUa4afd frati/ytoc ta l5 In*** M ntretumeo .

Sinai n. .. VA loa. Pop.nn.at. la 't.Ltr.Ion. V4 IM. ISIS TUB KFFavTIVBtATE houee may till loss ) ta tompM h*.ltk bihUlfuOy /

in. "?. *.* .nd'lB.r- ....rr* M Alt I .. tli lesS .*N. .*.n 4 .r.* .tl.rdM | AIPtSA1.i'iU PO* r 10.. UM ....
  • and lake
    Sties :,..lI'rl.I' ion ap or I- 105100 5. aa.45 Pkhi0.. .o.onr4. If (..... THE VIOLATION NP00.P: I .....* *f* brtnf abets on *>. sal Brenutlon* tfabvl. Ibis -
    pn'lnto. y VITAMIN AND $115 ...... WHASUS ( na5f. ,....... "K rr F."' A.nrr) MT THE .
    ., ( hildran.
    sail tlt-THi. I HEALTH rOOO SERVICE .PIat !. flash ...... mt ,. .rt.fJ YNI CITT totQis5rCT1O Inky reMrajnt of trad ftnd oa> 1UW(. appeUt .

    PoE PAUl" .. -. Passe .*(. 0.5555 : tntm mmtmrmm A...M .. l fair Irarl prarttiiea ............ .5. True IMtnltbinD -
    l.a.., rtc"k.dJ w iVaTka. I IpreUI DWt sad I UIDAT'1to i:In Ik* mk.rt.ttf poall.'iC.erh .I'J so *"*L ay M* Mr MttMiwk*** mm I nM frnSa jot"...... .,..",.. A Liltis AJrooWf .*. do..*(. f_moiiU puss

    turn CnklB.Loins Xttchos.DtaIOP hUe UtilityKM Health I ,s.dSI .,r"r.1t. booboo o a,.. ..... *. IHMH.I and aV .. pwB.d draf fIII'bc.1rIC. /, 4. ew/Mol It tattl toMb Its 14 MM* i* Mni 58
    a t* a* iecsso. .
    .*. Carport, Paul Prl.- i ..... A....., R****.. 0.- -- ..tonosa tslN SACS E-iA.B-l M.IAM.I. lie"Clir-'. E-IM.mt (.!.aviM .sslgeo4.s. *..*** rUUplUrt A. still .ws.lI$4.5 .1 .,. **rlmi.f ,"
    .. Ha ...-ral BM laaal. rh. aTI-lUJ Hit If ,.. elrftti l'555j(14.4ns ?' hSlu*'. Suboonuntlle
    y. T.I..I MI W. Klf SU ( rd>a. t* lbs Wfh>ll m HiM4 IU. lobeS?. hot .uetl,. *DoubW* dose

    lit*>_II. BLiss twn 14141.Et. QBIBCT I ......,.'osety.. a.tpo.i ...PlonlisPy ..1' > mt MM Clly, sor ...ll mm, mm OurmaE saId tot H would tins It U ,.,op,.... that small not patsy to the erlouoM fI'
    I ." pmwiiM to Ik.flIp *f(| flask I. ..>...) MM. wkUk ha OWM.k. develr wlk. o.aMUUe* of aleokol **. kayo UM Uln***. It ..*..* '"' ....,
    II oor.iwoo'a .'t Ill I has Is ....... It soot Etlfht 5 *> I beajfleial effort on tortaJa ...,* are affetted. .
    HOMESCOMPIEI'EL mmmnmfJI AV (nnI'lutW'y '""'" whIsk has of lor Hand* I* booSt IkwuniAflyLOAIS .
    BRICK AI" .. mtmtmt *M ....... tt &M blood ,****!II The amenity of 4oubl "BMI.mania .
    VhS ct'fwIWVrty ymia (IT .. Mmit a SloisIsna to k*
    . I < lo MOT Mrk4 ..., b..

    Y FINISHED VIcAR trfititim ) lap Wttmtm 4k,. b***>l*. or l14LUZO LOU.&O1 UM losS .. lh* heart fattanu auM I H kmtv ktrf lunf
    TUB nttCt'TI' lilt'S, "r "' 1.? ir IM* eND mr .. mt _* H.M4*.|| ....itoi>
    - I $4&39 per Month 25 Years T'H.'I" Il'1>JCU" CtnT i..o ntrrn.. opis.WNlo.S *MIrtelly ....-... the _. lea ba Dt4 bl with loot blood pnour* aroma. )
    TK E
    ** |
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    - I Accept Old Homes In run OAMiiKx CutEly wrMA W taOty mt tory ha. pu.s.lOis. 0 awreaaeIE tad bar eoUrpe atu.dm of tkohoLA4ulU .
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    Too Late tome water pipe. He teemed to minister at the Forest HlUs Methodist (the mixture with his spoon a year Said he sfcould lit tot

    think that engineers should have Church, the other day. Heit The guest wu about to do likewise degree In Interior design! from
    considered the pipes before laying! 1m THE I now 'stationed" down the stale I when Mr. Coolldge set the FSU this December.
    saucer on the floor for the dog
    To the sidewalk
    Classify The poor guy dldn AROUND a ways in Ruskin Attention Fred Rowan, rcrrert
    know his Now don't forget to get a free
    and doellll'lknow
    engineers he FARM
    that At a mt'elinl1ast week several dINt X-ray The Slate Mobile Taylor and Charlie Gray On
    By Reuue4l before long the engineers .
    Kay people were talking about how Unit of the TB and Health Association
    will n The pages IMS In the October W4
    You "know tear up all the pretty\
    to think that FRONT difficult it It to meet the public will be in the county until
    paving on hit street to give last Issue of Mad Magazine there
    J was a fairly tan Individual rites SQUARE day after day and stay In a good August 28. Schedule of slops Is aresame
    with the average amount of common to a new sewer line. mood. One person said, "It used the front helpful household hints.
    on '
    sense but after reading the A college professor and BY DOYLE CONNER Etr aMr to be when I got home at night page. snobs A Well, that i It for this week
    ijwport I cant help wondering tist got more space than \ / \. OMMISSIONERFLORIDA I I'd take my bad feelings out on Animals can be when too.had Come back to see me. Bye-bye!
    few weeks we a
    :whether I am ai nutty u a pecan uation In Viet Nam by ade"'l the boys and my Wife. Now the ago and five- Most refreshing sight of a long
    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE nlne-yearold Pontiac a
    with hot summer was Bill Crouch in
    roll and u out of step as the up the suggestion boys have gotten to big and my and
    rookie stead of burying our year-old Mercury our dog the driver seat ol a bicycle built
    dumbest In the regiment r wife to ornery, I go home and under the
    One Item occupying a three col- should freeze them and keep themin Plants, trees, shrubs, bushes You can tell people are on vacation whip the dog,"' cat would when" it plop wu In the garage newer for two aided by a very milling

    limn bead and five column of cold storage until science comes flowers every type of growing big questions Is: Who losing when you walk around thesquare Emharasslng Moment A car Now that wet got a brand new the stranger as they pedaled around
    Tuesday afternoon
    pace report an afternoon Inlhhlch up with a cure for the disease that thing you can think of to beautifyour You still see a few familiar breakfast truest at the White thafi their resting place square
    a city council sweated out done them In. Then we could surroundings U available In other beverages or regular IOn faces though" like Fred'' House during the Coolidge Administration The oar chickens still prefer to roost P. s. Thank you kindly for
    the tough problem at deciding the bring them back to life by thaw- abundance In Morlda. Our ornamental drinks Jones the Rev Thomas E. was astonished to the Mercury though thank the Goldwster stickers I've got
    difference Ing them out and give them a horticulture In them on the car tore and aft and
    between "lWlU" and Industry Cultlno bytheway haven tee the President pour his beverage ', goodness.Oh detkAccording .
    garbage," It seems the city had new lease on Ufa. recent years has become one of From 1950 to I960 the numberof seen the Rev. Mr. Wade whirling from cup to saucer I nol0 In Tallahassee on my
    given a contract to an Individualto Another Item presents the reaction -the fastest growing In our broad
    around In his 111 black late
    car Not to be outdone the
    guest Saturday and saw one of the stores to Marlneland of
    collect garbage and he had of an attorney who claimed complex of agribusiness students graduating from Flor- '
    ly. followed *
    Tome before the board to that the Jury that found his have climate Ida high schools each suitThe advertising 'Beatle Wallpaper' Florida, the new-born porpoise
    that protest client guilty was composed of a Went fortunate to a year Increased !Speaking of preachers Saw I President added cream and I While over there I ran Into Sonny calf It born tail-Arst If the birth

    were collecting Independent"iwlll twine from growers local group of Imbeciles who made a landscaping that permits horticulture much to of be our enjoyed by 126 per cent the_ Rev:....Robert_Barber,_ former sugar<<..I In_the_saucer,_and_tasted Thomas_Haven't.seen_him In-It-a-normal-- --one.-- --.
    frataurants I wild guess totally disregarding the the year 'round. Residents L
    After much" argument and evidence And they tell ua patriotic of other states appreciate decorative
    wangling the council In Its wisdom -1 citizens should accept Jury surroundings as much u we
    tabled the matter until some'duty) do but the northern climate prevents
    higher authority could definitely I Rioters and looters got themselves many from indulging In the
    determine what was "swill1 and planty of apace by scream type of landscape beauttlication
    what was "garbage" ing "police brutality" In spite o( available to us in Florida.
    The next Item to confront my the fact that the cops in no way Out In Caspar, Wyoming, the
    so-called Intelligence had to do responsible for their grievanceswere city'l Planning Commission has
    With an Irate citizen who was unhappy limply doing their Job under been sharply critical of the manner
    because the city had pro the most trying circumstances, in in which a big chain store
    Vldnd him with a nice new sidewalk an effort to protect the Interests company has handled the planning -
    and then proceeded to tear and welfare ol the community in and construction of a new
    tt ,up to give decent burial_to the face of fanatical revolution. market there According to one
    Political leaders, scared half to
    news report I noted the architects
    death, screamed this I and that but and color specialists
    HILL 'did control nothing the situation.constructive They couldn't to help store employed thought to they design had the done new a COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS FOR EVERY ROOM ? FOR EVERY BUDGET!

    figure out whether the "whites"or good job. So did the mayor
    "blacks" would come out on
    DRIVE IN for the chain
    i top and damn It, votes are votes, But a spokesman
    no matter who cull them. admitted the company letter from was the be- SOFA SLEEPERS THAT LOOK
    wlldered by a ) LIKE SOFAS
    I| I looked carefully from front Planning Commlmlon which de-
    page to last to tee an Item stat sf-rlbed the new layout as "a
    FrU SaL ing that the Federal governmenthad cement block building let In the
    I called out any U. S. marshalsor middle of an acre ol asphalt"
    Aug. 14, 15 Army units to take over In ; ,' .
    The letter took the company to
    New York or Rochester, but apparently
    task for falling to provide "a single -
    the situation was not as
    of tree bush. twe
    "ShotgunWedding" grace note a a
    serious Little
    I as It was In Rock _
    or Alabama. It seems that Northern a blade of grass or any other of ; >

    care states themselves are capable and don't ol taking need would the little hope amenities your company which Insists we ,_ 0 ;';-. ; ;_ ;.../"
    car .'
    'federal ..Id.couldn't. upon In lit head-Quarters" It .' :,r"""" ;,.... .1
    concluded with a statement that
    ADULTS ONLYI I I find a thing about the company has a "barbaric approach -
    Mrs. Peabody rushing to Harlem to architecture landscaping LII'A -
    Admlaalon$1.00 or Rochester evidently It'i not at and general attractiveness."

    desirable as an outing in St Au- One of the chain officials ad- .'", .. ,
    gustine. I mitted his company was .
    Will Rogers used to say, "all I "stunned" "*
    Sunday Aug. 16 know it what I read In EVERY
    I-r I wouldn't be surprised, however SPECIAL
    ers. If Will were criticism attention -
    If the gets STYLE FEATURES.
    ANew Kind he would probably be as confuted among chain store managements .
    and disturbed as I am from readIng and eventually results Insane SPECIALLY PRICED DURING THIS SALE ONLYI the comfort-convenience: of
    the papers.Growing action to do something
    of Love"Starring about landscaping surroundings Luxurious comfort and beauty by day, big roomy sleeping comfort by night on i famous "Bed HiEff sleeper units,

    In St Pet"rabur"1Sunken for their big market centers Jamison Innerspring Sofa Sleeper mattress. Q Here is highest quality construction com
    Gardens it the Ravenala
    tree, better known the Travel bined with superior tailoring modern design and In your choice of decorator colors stationary I front rail design I ,

    I I ers'Ravenala Tree holds The over JII a k quart ot the of such Proper as meats labeling becomes of food more products Important In durable 100% Nylon Fact Frieze. Q Deep, solid Poly Foam cushions an completely $14 9 oo floating ease openlni closlnr.I I
    Paul Newman
    reversible and feature convenient zipper closed
    [water and the teed pods are edible than ever as the trend Increases covers
    toward pre -packaged
    -- itema,
    Retail markets In Eastern Ida-
    ho were warned recently by that
    LEAF THEATREPhone states Agriculture ,commissioner

    i that It Is Illegal to tell meats' rt11.., t ve ; i col' +tit w, 1?
    poultry and fish on any other
    MAin 7-6885 basis than by weight. He said a
    practice ol selling such products r
    by quantity, such as 10 pork ra
    chops tor fl, was becoming common -
    THREE BIG DAYS! In the area.

    The Commissioner noted that
    AUG. 13. 14 15 the law requires such products,

    when pre packaged to clearly,
    1 11 .' state the weight on the label, the

    ;Jfl ;; [purpose purchase a criteria being and assure for to give determining full the value customer hit for

    : :rI paymrnt. Narrow arm, block tick design to match ot bland la toy room. Q Etil, America: that scctntualet your food tttltl Q Ideally suited

    I We have found" he explained, Distinctive cover m RIO, the plotie that convtjn the costly pod for living root tr den Choose from t versatile color range Is soar.

    "that when these products are looti of deep'ginned leather. Loot. lasting" aesy to titan and your kung flat toted fabrics that compliment the |tK"' -Ming. Distinctive

    sold by quantity they 80 usually cent choke la a wide color selection, Q Utti FotM Rubber cushions, $19900 back design b deep town to wild foam lays Hard eased fain in $23900
    : bring between 25 and per
    I) SmrtiIYfIIItJ-or d IJitVh'r'Y I more per pound than when sold by plus deep sews loan back! assure knurf sitting comfort Specially high; antis maple\ finish. Q lain foam lubber ushioai and
    l I M'. ; weight"/ constructed) Poly Foam Shaper Mess otftu Muter Bedroom sleep light easy handling foam mtttrtM add finishing touches tf luxury

    mariOu5; Our Florida law requires that enjoyment Sleeper unit equipped tits TY-04UTK Headiest comfort Sleeper twt equipped with TV-04UTIC Headrest
    iy a B used Nor
    Son such prepackaged products Include -
    acf! b
    t'packed: film! pies year /g tllt jscrpNfse on the label the total Del -- -- -

    L. weight the price per pound and

    .... .....,,... -.UNHOARIISm the total price. ,
    have BanJey
    1 Everywhere that people
    I been concerned about the bubble
    bath" effect that widespread use -
    SATURDAY AUG. 15 I of detergents has had on tome POSTURE

    I streams and domestic water supplies
    KIDDIE SHOW I should be relieved to know
    the detergent makers say they FOAM QUILT
    are on schedule with their! plans
    I voluntary conversion of a nonpolluting
    type of product. Comfort crafted-budgtt priced
    Detergents that decompose rapIdly -
    I under proper sewage treatment SOFs ItO SUITt luuiioui Upholslary cushioning, Scitnlilic .Sleeping surface deep qulltid to

    SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY. are expected to Its sprig cmtrvctioa, plus i cloud comfort layer if Fo m hi the resilient Foam layer, border to !border.

    1 current produrte by olIMS Hit of this soft bed suit. lilting I genuine plitsurt. Hardwood .252 coil mtttrtss Maer-spring trot assuring
    AUG. 16, 17 18 frame and Jamison quality construction throughout |ivt CRAFTED BY proper' bead-tatoe support Intulatioii and cushioning
    In the meantime, manufacturersare components' datura multHsyert Highest quality fete
    / added of toe Handsome chair
    getting It't0 embark on a you years lI"ict. D matching
    CIliu PglleegIEMMON nationwide educational and tub- fetturoi deep Foam, host cushion with convenient ripper cloud JamISOn,. long wearing. May wove cover adds
    lie relations program aimed ala cow Both pieces equipped with high kutrt finish hardwood a* extra touch
    'creating better public Image' Nt. O A onic*, simple. lip ef the snit and you add doubit cord Ivrainj. ...... ONLY

    .r. for the Industry. One ol the features bed shaping' tits to additional btdroosi The ba Is ..., .
    s + space answer a* $ aotturs FOIl Quilt -spdeg specialty designed to complin witiiatiumfcomfort
    r the will coming be a change-over IS-mliiute movieon The without the toVfctioaal .:pease) Decorator talon 9995 faa\ural1t Mt this ejuality. rattrtu. Who you buy buy both.

    title: Every drop fit to drink

    I I The low-calorie-loft drink business

    which grew from a amall
    I specialty market In Jlun to a

    I 200mllllondollarIOIume In 1 ails See our complete line of Jamison Mattr..... and Box
    Is expecting! another huge gain

    this All year the.big soft drink companies Springs. Prices start at $25.00 Trade-ins accepted. IJi ft
    and most ol the smaller ones now
    "VIVA LAS VEGAS" have their own low-calorie prod-
    uct. Their combined advertising Convenient Terms No Outside Financing ,
    and promotion spending this year
    STARRING ELVIS PRESLEY la expected to total JS million
    dollars or more."Marketers FREE Delireryl ..VPHONE. ....
    and ANN MARGRET I know they've got a 6274548
    winner," comments the trade publication

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