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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 84, NO 38 QUINCY FLORIDA S23H THURSDAY SEPTEMBER_.17. 1984 PER core TEN CEtrti




City Hall Revenue Bonds For Weaver Mission Chosen County U. S. 90 Commission 4-Laningl- Annual United Fund DriveI I



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To Paraguay the re.t of U. S (0\


Sold To Van Ingen Corp. International o Talquln cooperate Electric with Development the has Agency been asked for by'; west'III Al be of the! Quln-four-laned Board meeting'y to ol Douglcs won County Tuesday CommlKMonera Qly anemoon -.I I Set For Tuesday Mpg .


Leon Weaver manager
granting
11'8or absence In order togo in the lirthotme a 'letter I I19a4. -- ----
a
of1Meet
certificate bond In wa lewd dated September' 9, )l
Revenue mission ID Paraguay.

Quincy the last' amount Thursday City Commission.of $300,000 morning were The by successful sold the,[Preparations Negro Turned rural This on a electric ii a program systems In which technical In the UII'Umll'd chairman that. from. Slate.John Road It Board Phillips, slatIng \ ( ,. C. Thomas Goes BacOn pit ourthouse'Monday

Slate provide
bidder was B. J. Van In- Over To County ".It. .IH our Intention lo reailver
counsel and other '
assistance, support
New. For Hurricane Use lYoJrct 0010-3502 "hk'h'
gen and Company Imo of of rural .
In the
development
York and Miami The bid; of Van I For ProsecutionElijah 'Icctrulcallon. rural Industries, '>l U. S 80 from S R. U east to : Night

Ingen and Company was for a Termed and community facilities In the :i R 247 before the end of this Quincv Commission
not Interest rate of 8.1942 percent Success Bailey SO a Negro nrwly emerging countries of the administration We hope that the 1 Individuals
U I farm laborer Greensboro next bids will be UrgedTo
< over a period of years, living near nearer to our .
requestThe
world U
free they
may
beginning In 1966 and ending with A* tropical Hurricane Dora haa succeeded in getting u. estimate" C. W, Thomas Jr., well known Take Active Part

the final payment In 1980. lashed her way toward Gaiixden Into a lot of trouble by bring picked visit will be It was brought! out that two significant Quincy buslnesKman and fainter, In
of hit Campaign
Bid ranged from the' high of County last Thursday efficient up because he was carrying apiece purpose the Item have been changed Scout Round-up was named to fill the on

Van Ingen and Company to a low preparations The were made I of iron In his hand late at to investigate social and and analyi political' with regard to this project which the City Commlsalon i nest:: : by I Fraud McCall campaign
Gadtden economic
County Chapter
of 59144 n* submitted by Good- night. the County ftunmiunon rl'l'1'IU\ the Cbmmlsslonrr U
death of OJnx
chairman for
There werealt American Red Cross and Ch'lll Capt. R. D. Edwards and Patrolman conditions of the country relating Planned Sept. 28 the United Fund of
and mbar the hid
Company. certainly
body and rural as compared The action m IlakI' as theIrnt ,Qulm In. has annoumvd that
Defense officials to organizing operating
were alerted andemergency
bid submitted for connidcra- I Sidney Johnson, patrollingthe electmeoopriatlvps, as well an lo UK- lowest bid received'' The rronlier Ro.lnd.l'p of the order of buslneM at the reulm a kl<'k.Inll'l"l' Inll hoe Ihe 1884-8J
I planning
ton by the City Commission into effect. to immediatelyent for west end of (Juimy, Sunday I acquaint the: officials with how on March :M 1984 nIP \liwe t..mlnlen Putrid II !I.A1111111'0' < meting of the. (mmlsiilonni : und iliivi-" will I In- !held Monday,
from the provide night' saw Balli N making an attempt '
domed bid Hi 'thai J4J4.7JI 91 h
mmwin
The
.
money plolee'lion of the people and 1I1t'1 to conceal of ,rural I'h'CUc'lIullI'ralive.. functlun. at 7 3D M.imUv evening, Srplrm Miwxla 'M 1ilJhll.IInIllI.h Vhiemlii-r\ HI al 7 311 p.m. In the
be
bonds will tinpiece
sale of Ute revenue of Gad dl'n II* will spend approximately The Gnunl\ Commiiwlonrrt believe uncut for the construction of a new coy County. metal. They picked him up for thai H timer bit) will hetubmllled
Frank DeBord Jr., disaster tm' four weeks In Paraguay and at auditorium Round tip' slugim the motion Hut Mr Tlmma be ,CixirlliouKe! He staled hat Ins
Ivy hall at an estimated com of eviration.Bailey and Iliey ff'l'l'I'ry for ,'II-1'1 is "Flnil Aden Appointed to I Hie wl and Inn delve uukl
Safe- chairman of the American RedCrow has admitted that he ,he end of that lime will make new | entire : start Tuesday morn
$185,000 and a new Public strongly that the Road Board lute Join the Scout" CtimmlMlon concurred In Ihe ''Inll with
teas-
and i rerommcnriHlioni as to the a goal set it $30,500
George Marcus, Civil from the courts
building at an estimated cost was on probation should 1 let tins contract In onlerlo .
ty move Mr. Thomas win I II no flnaix-e the IS
Defense director met and plans << this county for manslaughter. ability of developing one or more Among the special actlvltlc I rharltlr Incorpor-
compl with wrtttm
a
of $60,000 were completed. He also admitted breaking Into pilot rural electnc cooperativeprojects agreement will be a Court ol Honor for Hoy stranger to the City governing cud In the United Fund.
dated February It, I9M! .
The term of the ordinance and enumerate the resource St'OOIa(0 Seoul and holy, having served un the old ,
County schools and certain the Greyhound Bus Station on E. In which the Gadsdcn 110",1aJtl'f'l'll Explorer Heavy emphasis I Ia being' placed
authorizing the sale require that hurche were designated as Crawford Street on August\ K, available fur their devel to the at Special display will he set three-man .i>mml lon for IK In this drive on the Individual.f .
off purchase right '
used in paying
$20,000 be shelters In case of extremely high when Pa- opment. up. years, was immediately notified roursii the various business
abandoning a bicycle
] bond on way for the 4-lanlng of U !P 27 ot his
outstanding revenue
the Swimming wind and rain and in ass homes trolman Cecil Kills tried to stop Mr Weaver was selected for and the U S. 110 project. and In Age for the various group are anointment by telephone IIIIIMnf the ixMiuiumlty will b*
Height Negro< and, after short
the Jackson remainder of the were not safe for the occupants him. He save he entered Kmbry his mission by the National Rural return the Road IVmnt promised Cuba a, 9 and 10 years, hop a peilml ol tine) Irpendixt UDKI a* usual for their

Pool.be The used for the furnishing -Fred Jones, manager of the Tobacco Company' packing house Electric Cooperative Association to let both Jolts during 1904 Scouts, 11 or older; and Kxploren lie had. his lees sworn in and had assumed rise eniiperalliin, hut Fund otfl-
Issue will two new Gadsdcn County Chamber of Commerce on East franklin Street Sunday which II handling the electrification Bids were received for .the 14 or older and In the Dlhgraile seal I dale M that to make the goal
of 1M
and equipping supplied a lint of toba'llp8I'kIJ1R night. He had In his pnsMsshn portion of the program lie Is U. S 27 Job. also on March SI, In milking the nomination, Mr. set. ail for the conduct ot t auoninful
buildings- house which' also could a registration certificate, certifying scheduled to report to Washing Gay Mid "With all due resii| 1964 and (lie low hid nn-pled' The program will give Informa
The municipal buildings will be used as shelters. Miss Siulakwtick that he had registered to votein ,Ion September :21 and after receiving even though this bid also exceeded lion about tits loral Scout units Mr Cox. Itstusineas ol the contrlliute his Just part
located on property purchased supervisor of the Welfare this county on September S, the necessary briefings city must go on. Since our mayor I "Your ate gift works many
Die Road Department" estimate and the planned! artlvtltea. Quincy
the seven year lying will lie alwent for several ",,,'k.I wonder I II the them ot Un
over past Apartment, notified case workers which In Itself I* another serious will proceed directly to Paraguaylater for the Job Units consist of Pack 4, stall'awed *
"west of the First Federal Saving, to be prepared to staff the ihelera. crime. In that week. Alter returning the dub feel 111111't' should proceed year' drive. The one ihnrt drtv
and Loan Association building on The Gadsdrn County HealthDepartment Director of Public Safety J. W from his mission he will report The Gattsdrn Board feels Hint 205 by Rotary Troop with a replacement at once. 1 nave (,ARllllllp.1..; aavts tUneur
byhi' EpiaagalChurch
Jefferson Street. This property if the Road Department docs, sponsored have, and I am vice tie other !' reduce
West under the direction Halre stated Wednesday that back td Washington to 1I1Yf'nndmp everyone; annoyanceof
U located at the approximate of Dr. B. D. Bladcwelder and Bailey's cue or rases have been his and recommendation not let a contract on the U R 90 Monroe, and Troop School 108 George ITATTonp fommlMlonen have spent many' wparal. nimpi'tuig campaigns
of the present city limit project this year, It will be In Elementary ; hour searching our mind for a make lo Ifgltlmal
center In II S. Hancock alerted the turned over to the county for pros 201 l dub 503Kplftco I gift toe*
Gregory, clear violation of the legal< agreement Iron ; Troop to Mr O : IuZ.r
Manager Harbert man replace U The apiiruven servloes,
City Public Health nurse to be on anemergency ecution. The Parole Commissionhas
: al 201MetlKxIlst
Church
Troop .
commissioners at Mon Exchange Hears signet by Mr. Phillips anton "|> ; foremost thing that nunri to nd
provide pledge
told the basis In case they a representative looking Into Omrch Post 104 New my << an easy plan
day night' meeting that he expected were needed" In the shelters. the COM llso. file at the County Clrrk'i office ; mind la the selvctkn: i>l a noon for giving a fair share for all
I Church ant the J leecal
architects, Barrett, 1 Headquarter were let by Bailey stated that the bicycle Coach Deason In Qulncy, Hilladelphla unit: who would be must aireptnhle to agenctci\ a uokrsman for the
Damn :Bishop, of Tallahassee, Marcus up that he left on King Street several Thomas Reed Gariadcn Cnuntv participating the people ol Qulncy; a man drive italed.
and DeBord In the Red
to have the final plan ready between -Cross office and at the Gadsden' week ago was the property of a Cautious optimism for the cam Hospital administrator and Dr. C U Gray I I. chairman of who could and, would: be electedby Last )\ war only eightgrnclea

the Brat and eighth of Oc 3ounty Net Trimmers Radio Club yard boy who works for Thomas ng football season was expressedby Willie Lines member of the hospital the Frontier Round-Up with the people. U this choir wan serve by th United

tober. When they are presentedto headquarters The GENTS Radio Smith. Bailey, pnor to his arrest Head Coach Carlo Deason of board anneared before the !Wayne Ilultram ot the' District: I their to make. Taking this Into rund. This year mar have been

the commission bids will besought Club provided all radio communcations -; Sunday night was an employee High School at the Exchange Commission and made a requestfor 'Advancement Committee I headingthe cnnaldcratkm I would like In move Milled, bringing the total to IS. t\
for the construction of the for the Civil Defense and of Mr. S1nlll.SCHOOL Qulncy $12,442. "This arn alt" Court ot Honor. Harold Dudley the appointment of C W, The mini, They are

building and completion date Meertalned. Red Clone during the hurricane dub Meeting Wednesday. Reed laid "will pay all bills Dl.trl.1 Executive ot thin Suwannee Jr., to fill the balance of Mr. used Croa*. Doy Snouts, Girl
Introduced by program chairman 31" River Are Council I* theadvisor "
alert. Radio Station WCNII, BOUND through August Qua's term Sexists, Mental Health Are Tran
Coach Oason ,
WSHP Hill Spears Both men explained that lie Commissioner Howard Fletcher lent .Fund Salvation Army
and television station
Richard Charles of
Wynne ion reviewed some of the. highlights overhead The public Is Invited In attend stated following the of Mr.
WCTV Invaluable assistancewith hospital Isn't the prop sealing U. S. 0., Area Youth Aatlvttle.
gave Mr. and Mr Jake .
Tigers1Football Wynne leftyesterday n| his 11-year ona*lng ca..r.111P and help make the frontier, Thomas "1 would like to
Quincy hurricane bulletins and Inc, lem. it's the collections.Qanmisskeer expressWoman's Welfare (vlnlllng teacher fund),
for S Fla. wherehe
rento,
stated that the biggest thing .
.. .
Round-Up l mcretsful II se ra. Talele.sl Welfare and Kellef, Volunteers of
ormation.. Ten mobile unit were ha been accepted at Florida to him during thane T L. Maxwell IIYtnt.-:
to happen
Opener ,(..Hunt* n r.l. Tklrlr*.) _Central Academy. years was the 131 win over mad a motion that the Board America, Uailaden AModadon ate
!grant the hospital the requested RelankvChildren, OulananRoenrd
riarlanna. amount and also calls Joint meet' Club rtralll fnundatktv Ou|.
Slated He sold his first year In Qulncy lug with the County Commission SpeakerIs Horn Sortely of Florida
Friday :r"I
Mitchell Drew Elected was spent trying to shake off a and the hospital executive rnrnIr. Hampton" Hall (children'

losing season. "I was very humble ........ se P... ......., home).
By Dares 'mH then and I'm very humblenow No on* ran belt pal what pal
Wrlll"Quincy'
Time i Snort after Just completing anothnr should' give to the Unlled Fund -'
football opener tomorrow and losing season m. with t losses lad Adult Education 1 Dr. E L. Chalmers but the stereos ot this United .
night against Chlpley he told the dub. "Much
next week'f clash with Rickards President Of CC year, Campaign for the operating Hind
than County depends on Qulnry winning Its Classes To Begin fur IS genies of the United
of Tallahassee will more ofQuincy' first two games. The boys havethe ''Town and Gown Ifcime (r.."._ en Pare T........
likely give a good Indication Interest and desire to win and Registration will be held t,,1 Problem and Some Opportunities
fate this season. Mitchell N. Drew ot Quincywas
wllh their self confidence rebuilt Adult Education at George WHunme will be the title of the talk
elected president ot the Gads 'Phono Service
This Quincy Chlpley gridiron with of win dy wouldbe
a couple CarterParramnre
Elementary, slated by Dr. E. Laurence Clinton
den County Clamber of Commerce
contest will Inaugurate the newly hard to Mop" he emphasized. and Northalde Schools 1 Jr. it the Qulncy Woman'
formed Gulf Coast Conference of for the 1.next Fred year beginning October Guest of the club were Tommy Monday and Tuesday, September Club tnmnrrow. Dr. Chalmer la 'IIaa Restored In Area

which Port St. Joe and Blounto- Arlington of Havana Smith FTA president, and Doyle and 22 tram 7:00: to I:00 pm. Dean of Uw College of Aria and .
wa' elected first vicepresi.dent A,, to Mltihcll N. Drew
also memben. mr town are Forehand one of the (rotaptam Basle course In General Adult .Science' at Florida Stale Uni
Willie J. Smith of ChalUtoochee
Chlpley' Tiger will be favored ; of Qutncy'l football team. Education will be offered provided versity.Before. president of Qulnry Telephunobnmnsny
second vice-president 400 sun*
; ippmiilnulely
in Friday1 game u they are and T. E. there I I. a minimum enrollment caning M FSU U as-
treasurer.These
also picked to win the flint crown Nixon I e h Pilots Attend of IS undent fir Mrtt rtaas.Course dstant profeasir of psychology In MTlhen were out of phone service
election marked last Y due lo Ihirrtcune Uir*. Mast ot
the
conference. This I* on
of the new to be offered are English 1957 and later as assistant' lean
the strength of their wiraiingert official business meeting 01hi !Social Studies, Math Science and of Faeultle. Dr. Chalmen was a the kiwi trouble was reused by
grid tenon In recent year. post- chamber 1983-1864 year. Offlcial I Area Workshop Businea Education. "Civ p." now research psyrbukwUI With the small 1 Ilinh and Spanish Bliss
4-1-2 record In 63, losing and new director will take l breaking 1 th* srni wtrM. All
and continue education tara Air AirFein
Ing a \ PIN your Force serving at Lowry
1 and will Members of the Quincy service restored by Monday
only to Marianna and DeFunlak. office U of October 0MIIrhig hlirh K-hrail diploma.. Base, Denver. lie served was
to be be liMlucted at the annual membership e dub who attended the area work- tllr.utlnlP flernnnt.
They are unable to recliter at u the Crsl director ot the FSUhnnriri
tough haf'r: last a '* meeting September 28. shop In Panama Qty at theDlxle rail 827- 70.M staled WallasSkew pn*nun, a aprc'iapro- Mr. Drrw Staled' thai all trouhl

starters returning off I squad that Willie D. Lines, retiring chamber Sherman Hotel on Sundaywere head nf Adult Education gram of studies fur selected usuI'rgradtisuee niMf being reportnl should be'lrarwf

blanked Quincy 120. Graduatedwere president has also announcedthat Miss Allle F rguon, Mr*. In the 11183.1 H' :Tent year of *u|>erkir srhola* [ and working In a few
annual "hair II emphasliwd thai the
the speaker at the *
two ends In Mark Thurmanand 13 renter were In nperalkn 10 UP l4lity.
Van McClellan and tackle banquet will be the Honorable A. D. Mann, Mrs. frank lUggln, Negro and three whit*. A total Burn Wlldwmd.. N. J. Owl rwipany wall It* able lo hamtl

Robert Ankema. One of the va- :Millard K. (Caldwell Justice ot Mr*. Varol Lines. Mrs Jame o( I5S adult attended class 1IIPf'I1I'PW In Wynmlsilng, I'a. III. mlnralkai of aervlc man

rated end position will be captured ,the Florida Supreme Court Invitation ItoKer and Mr*. It & llolley. for a total of 40,700 itudcnt hours. lie received all three of his d*. efrtilently by receiving only rate
by a player who wu rotund I and tickets for the meetIng The meeting was presided over 171 attended literary class; 127 giw fmnt 1'rIII't1I11Unv"lI! report per outage and nut *upIM
but I big and are being mailed to all chamber Mr llolley. Governor. District rat* rvpurti on the lam Mrvii-
*
last season by elementary daMrs and 151, high where he *auml In psyaytk gyr:
ague enough for the college rank members. 4. Pilot International Aim on theprogram school course II Negroes re- the AB. degree In ItU, M A. In _, In other' areas ot the Mat .M.
him. The wholeoppothent'a were Mrs. Higgins, Mr awed irhnnl high M 00 per nonthi tol*
to have an eye on high diplomas. 1150 and PhD. hUSi Then he
llr. K. i__ thaiseeee Jr.Farm phases were out of service. Totihnn -
Intact Lines A group
backfield remain and Mia Ferguson.
Bumper Stickers 10 Cadatten County teachers parHctpaled was employed ss M kwlruilnr atIncefcA .
from last yew, with only I Drew of seventy-two Pilots were at thf'IIIf'f'ttIll In thli program al a for on* year.Us |. Companies front nearby" ,

one backfleld man graduating Drive Saturday for !the North Ftortd Host ot acme $13.000 to the Chalmrr U a member of Bureau stales, lolltiwlnc a 1'11IIIlP1.hbo.
.ndma..rIIIl.
pulley sent in adilltltnal men
and he being a reserve. At quarterback Game Officers area. !Je-hno fbiard. onIf'8I'f1rl'l the American Ptycnubiglral Ansrriatkin -
In theN ICk'kttn
Bern Watt U a goodpasser ''Coldwall'for President" and Miss Fpf'lU8OlII I the new president taught a total of MOO hair Society IkCUnlv XI. Bar-B-Q Oct. 1 ,,.i* to*sit In rmlorlrl bent scrvh

experienced and i. en'petted "HoIII', fur Governor" bumper' Attend SchoolUniform of Site Quiftiy Cluh. Adult Cduranon ha hetpdthnlwtwis American A Ib/wevef, Mr. Drew dated thai
lo give Oupley their oftensive sticker drive will be launched of men and women In .1, Prutnurn DemUry, FHU Th innual meeting of the Gads m* plant department employee

punch. Carlo i Deaaon and !lmultaneaii aly around ttte square enforcement of the' At the Theatres gH better Julia, salary raise, and Chapter IIMI41) Amt..n Asnrlation -. << Head Coach Saturday afternoon. hunting and fishing regulatUm II to live happier, fuller lives Atfvanrenvnt ol Ittem-e .
.rYt M
T were able I* realnr *
hem. e'clm-k
ita/wrd af Thur-
Assistant Lei Jonr both are optimistic Lamar Bailey, drive chairman me goal of the Fkirida Game and In Inlay rapidly changing Iris puMkwIkm/ (nrlwle'M: ,). 1nr7l'1.t stalls. help
admitting that it's bard' aid Unldwater Wicker will be Freak Water Fish Cummtuwn w This Week world Adult Cduratkin la nil a nofular and BlfxruUr Cur In day evening. OH< *f 1 al !the Na-

In say what kind d a team we U available on one comer and Holley !lima hlrty4lx. new wildlife otfi today la luxury, n Is a neeewliy ot adult Primary .i* Utatanf* IVfrepnun. teal Gusnt Armory In Qulary
have this year. The tint two ticker, on another. Buttms tens and Cniiiiiilsalnn employees At'the, Leaf Theatre life. Wart now to prepare yourself .'' Evaluation fit M.thi. .U lurTfttng A barbniM| sapper MKhHhldby / Antioch Baptist
game now merge as the inoit Important and brochure may also be ob attend a special training rho.l Ella Katsn's "America' America\ for change in ynur neigh Tmubl Shtmtlnf T*>trnkprs
with both being USA! an tainted AU will be free of which amoral September IS al Featured Friday and Saturday bnrhuud la) your community, In ," Human Factors In a talent mrrieit(I. Aeni4Aneri and in *4dm Slates Revival
measuring atick for the balance charge.FIRST"BAPTIST". the Florida Law Knbmtncnl will be "Witchcraft." starting LuiUtaney veal ration r"tn4 out strut the l'bll" InterprMatim" ," anas by Riley -
ot the _.-.n. Some question '' Academy at Tallahaiwee and "Ilse Hum of It adult tiers offered by you pub nried papers" on Aru rvIa'II.' i, Mvanred ran Farm I ,".u. retirewill br A revtvil KM keen *ch>diiM

marks will be answered at this Vpcm cnmpHwn of the o-bnil. All. with Pat Bnonft Kiddie h> srhnril In Cadvlen Cnmty plaivmnrt llama I'm- tie main iifrai-tkm ut the rvtn- by th* Anllnfh BaptM Uiurchbrfifmuif
whether good or bad. Wow Saturday "Ruhr of HonyKkprtM. etc lus researrti has .lit'edved Puma evening *l
point the new wildlife officer will heassJened ran 127-647) today fur M This squad seem to be the SUNDAY SERMONS thrnmtiout the Slate toenttinuf ." KUMd gurnlay M<<0 and enmll now said Native .,... << human WIll"". I Am"'''' talk win deal with 1 10. tVptnnhor Io, and ealrad.ing .
type that will Improve as the sea-: The Rev. Thnmaa E. Cuttino. their training unUrr the day. Tuesday and Wnlneailay.. m'sflunatks, and) sehvllieiand Farm Hureiu phi"......". II* wsa tfirnugh flrptemher 17. Th

sop progresses and will be up pastor ot the First Baptist Churrh fWd guidance of am supervlinn "What A aye To Go, starring PEACOCK BUYS training of USAF InMllgenvUr primarily' rm...lhl* lur organkting manctitel will b* tn Rev. Chester
morale wise tar every game. A will deliver the Sunday morning The Klxnl to designed to provide Shirley : Lain* and KnbrnUiMwm I"-L ; the Farm Hur."u ill blasts Cuter U .be!.. Ate.Cvvryor .
lot win hinge on bow Doyle Forehand sermon entitled "Entrusted With the new officers with an Worm- DM* "The tilt ........'' ANGUS CATTLE Chalnwn WIll be kMmrtuml a* wed/ as in Hwril ether" smith- : II medIally (nvUmlbl

will effectively operat. alfullback. The Gospel" nation In wlkfUfe law enfoncnwnt At the Drtve-bl rrkla,. Saturday Grady Peaca Qulnry ,...* by Mar bra May Love, 'rn stair tnm and bear gospel K arh-

I Al the evening Sfrvtre his me*. game ant nab management prar- and Sunday, Tom Jntvot ly purrbaaed eight 1'f'PI""d Anfu lion el Chtlrman. Mr K.ttlura-I I (......... ****** Hi ... rr1 1mCouMy isle and yule bi tie gnM rinsing
MOlt of the team ta exported mt. will be "Let Him Alone" turn, and Ckanmlaatin proredures Marring Albert' Finery and flu*' .rows (mm W. 1. NrwbrrI7.1 inillprjt l* ta duff at .tti Farm lioness enrdlally k> wry evening aisles 0i* Rev

be healthy toe Friday win the bard o> the Bonk at Ikim. and pottde snub York. ,(' <(<: tam v\\e_rvuryon_to atlond cliff" d Grow putt.
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Freddie.Tt"r. Gray.mar SpnoDef.Uekie will a" sacgeearu br''' New Proposed City Hall of Quincy I Band Patrons

missed for annul the first burl
nam with awill bark toury. Cra). I Set Meeting
probably be out tor
guard, first meeMnf at the v ar
nonfootefhrarve -
sensed- getting set a 'w'f:
; hrld by the Qulnry lUnd

ball 1nIrJ. have tidy fist perms Club, "., train 7.M: la
'Bait's
QuInr1 back alt last 1 10 Mmdajr ewnlnf frptembaf e
*tartet Dover ,11 M Ih* band ram, Dave GfM*
Walter
C eleven i wa". prrtWlml, amnuwMiI
D.vu. Ihed. si
Any** who due* Out have a
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Imctve urtrr for and \ \\'j uppi'1 th* organbatkn. .M PIhl ,,*
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lluck ... sea ..! *). KMT yM, oil
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CHURCH All numbers are rrmlndsdl that
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LIVING ROOMWAS DINING ROOM BEDROOMWAS

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SHERATON SPRING DOWN GOLD COVER EARLY AMERICAN SOLID CHERRY SOLID CHERRY with TWIN BEDS

SOFA _ _ 480.00 350.00EXTRA 9.PIECE SUIT. - .1032.00 595.00 5-PIECE SUIT - 675.00 395.00EARLY
GREEN COVER
LONG CURVED FRENCH PRO' CHERRY AMERICAN MAPLE
SOFA _ _ 429.00 325.00 9-PIECE SUIT - 775.00 550.00 4-PIECE SUIT. - -_ 475.00 375.00
I CUSHION TRADITIONAL.LT. BLUE COVER
_ 398.00 298.00 FRENCH PROV. CHERRY ITALIAN PROV. BY DREXEL
SOFA _
9.PIECE SUIT. .. .. .. .. .. 345.00 239.00 4-PIECE SUIT. - -_ 495.00 375.00( )
FRENCH PROV. WHITES COVER
SOFA _ _ 310.00 210.00 MAHOGANY .1mI CENTURY FRENCH PROV. CHERRY
I CUSHION CURVED .TURQUOISE COVER 9-PIECE SUIT. .. .. .. .. .. 445.00 325.00 4-PIECE SUIT - 359.00 250.00'RANCH

SOFA _ _ 345.00 245.00 JAMES RIVER COLLECTION OAK BY DREXEL
I CUSHION LAWSON BLUE GREEN: COVER BY HICKORY 4-PIECE SUIT. - 389.00 289.00

SOFA _ _ 275.00 175.00 IN RICH MAHOGANY FRENCH PROV. ANT WHITE

I CWWION LAWSON GREEN: STRIPE LARGE 4-PIECE SUIT. 549.00 425.00RANCH
SOFA---------- 350.00 250.00EARLY OVAL TABLE. 316.00 199.00 0-
OAK4.PIECE *
AMERICAN GOLD TWEED SET OF 6 CHAIRS _ 345.00 225.00 SUIT 289.50 144.75"
SOFA 348.00 248.00EARLY - -
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AMERICAN GREEN TWEED HUNTBOARD GALLERY 210.00 135.00
SOFA _ _ 260.00 160.00EARLY FRENCH PROV, GROUP "
AMERICAN WINO BACK BROWN TWEED HUTCH: CHINA _ 489.00 375.00 IN
ANTIQUE WHITE
SOFA - 250.00 150.00 ;.. :u:;
SPRING DOWN. GREEN COVER 18th CENTURY MAHOGANY GROUP TWIN BED with CANOPY each 110.00 79.50-

LOVE SEAT. _ 285.00 175.00 CHEST _ 85.00 62.50.,
DROP LEAF TABLE 123.00 75.00 \
TRADITIONAL. GREEN COVER NIGHT STAND _ 39.00 27.501
_ 399.00 299.00 WITH THREE LEAVES
HIDE-A-BED "
BUFFET _ 140.00 89.50 DOUBLE DRESSER and MIRROR 139.50 99.x0,2
I CUSHION LAWSON .BROWN COVER ,
HIDE-A-BED _ 249.00 165.00EARLY CHINA 150.00 89.50 *V
AMERICAN: PRINT COVER SERVER _ 78.00 55.00 EARLY AMERICAN MAPLE GROUP |

HIDE-A-BED _ 279.00 175.00EARLY DOUBLE BED _ 125.00 '85.00 1
LARGE SELECTION OF EARLY AMERICAN
AMERICAN BROWN TWEED NIGHT STAND. _ 60.00 42.50:
HIDE-A-BED _ 379.50 289.00 TABLES, CHAIRS and SIDE PIECES DOUBLE DRESSER and MIRROR_ 239.00 175.00

LOUNGE -GREEN SILK COVER ALL GREATLY REDUCED CHEST-ON-CHEST _ 290.00 219.001
CHAIR. _ _ 145.00 89.50
LADIES LOUNGE- GOLD COVER '
CHAIR. _ _ 167.00 115.00 ITALIAN PROV. GROUP by DREXEL ]

LOUNGE. BLUE GREEN: : COVER: KING SIZE BED _ 123.00 7S.ooj

CHAIR. _ _ 149.50 99.50 WAREHOUSE SALE CHEST _ 179.00 129.50'i

WINd BACK* BROWN LINEN: PRINT NIGHT STANDS %
each 87.00 5 5.oo
CHAIR. _ _ 138.00 99.50 IN VACANT STORE NEXT DOOR :
TRIPLE DRESSER and MIRROR 285.00 199.00
LOUNGE BEIGE SILK COVER
CHAIR _ _ 210.00 149.50 ODD BEDDING USED FURNITURE
ITALIAN PROV. CHERRY GROUP I
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FRENCH PROV. GREEN SILK COVER ROLL ENDS OF CARPET
CHAIR. _ _ 199.00 125.00 BY WHITEKING
FRENCH PROV. CANE BACK- GOLD COVER:
CHAIR _ _ 135.00 95.00 SIZE BED with CANE BACK 155.00 99.50
LOUNGE 0 GREEN: COVER NIGHT STANDS each 75.00 49.50 r

CHAIR. _ _ 155.00 99.50 l PRICE SALE CHEST-ON-CHEST _ 179.00 129.50'
EARLY AMERICAN WIND PRINT COVER TRIPLE DRESSER and MIRROR 225.00 :
CHAIR _ _ 169.50 115.00 169.50r
IN OUR SHOW WINDOWS L:
EARLY AMERICAN- BROWN TWEEDRECLINERROCKER: 18th CENTURY MAHOGANY GROUP

195.00 129.50 A LARGE SELECTION OF FURNITURE '
MAPLE: BY HICKORY ,:
EARLY AMERICAN
THAT WE ARE TIRED OF LOOKING AT
GUN CABINET. - 99.50 74.50 AND WE WANT IT SOLD KING SIZE BED _ 125.00 89.50/J

MAHOGANY CHEST .. 205.00 149.50
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BACHELORS CHEST 79.50 59.50
NIGHT STANDS each 63.00 42.50'DOUBLE
FRENCH: PROV. CHERRYBACHELORS
CHEST. 99.50 75.00 DRESSER & MIRROR 252.00 185.001.:;

CHERRY FRENCH: novo
DESK _ _ 135.00 99.50 SOFA PILLOWS EARLY AMERICAN MAPLE GROUP y:

LARGE SELECTION 0 OCCASIONAL DOUBLE BED .. -. 72.00 52.00k
TABLES. .ALL REDUCEDMANY LARGE SELECTION
DOUBLE DRESSER and MIRROR 130X0: 89.50
iTYLhJLAMPS VALUES TO S3.9S
HIGHBOY CHEST _ 180.00
139.00'.L
ALL ON SALE 1

PICTURES _ Reduced up to 50% $1. BOUDOIR CHAIRS LARGE SELECTION ON SALE J
OUR BEST SELECTION
MIRRORS ALL REDUCED o BED PILLOWS LARGE SELECTION ALL REDUCED 1

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We wish to take this opportunity to"THANK"the people of Quincy and Gadsden County for making our DISCOUNT FOODLINER a
! HUGE SUCCESS! 'I

Many people inquired, if our LOW SHELF PRICES will continue to be the same,or if these were simply introductory specials ..We
: repeat these are our regular New Everyday Low Prices, and will remain low everyday of the year...If you prefer,you can now
shop everyday at these LOW,LOW PRICES!
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IT IS OUR ENDEAVOR TO HAVE THE "BEST,""NICEST" AND LOWEST PRICED STORE IN QUINCY!

FRESH PRODUCE SMOKED WHOLE Shop Where Prices Are Low -

Tasty Apples PICNICSIb. Shop Where Quality Is High -
Shop CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINERI! Ii
RED DELICIOUS : .

2 ib, 33CMICHIGAN aye 29'r I.I,," '-" t,'I CHOICE HEAVY WESTERN BEEFROUND

.H d" SLICED ,,: ,,, ,,.. or
U.S.NO. 1 r r SIRLOINSTEAKS
BACON lb. 25c

CELERYLarq. CENTER PORK CUT CHOPS ib.78c 87 i


2 29c FANCY.LEAN PORE 87' PORK 39c*
Mb TENDER LOIN ib. ROAST lb. ,
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I our AJAX. display.See!if your puzzle 5 8 99 ;
piece IS a wmnerat this store! Giant She e Jar o: .,


M rrn.wr.Z ..7. i Quart Sis* 58 MILK s Sls.Qt. 59c

HORMEL'SSPAM

r lZ O>c. 39c
R.Q. Can
v tNR11 JAX i SIM IIO HORMEL'S '.

18.E IF YOUR PUZZLE PILCt: WINS fUll I WITH Tall 29c
CIIANgs
To WINt COLGATE' $2500 FIRST PRIZECASEY'S IUULI BEANS Can
WILL DOUBLE ITI

EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICES!

LIPTON INSTANT TEA 3S" 79c DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW 43c fIfOG.
300'
KLEENEX 12'. FACIAL TISSUES 16c STRAINED GERBER BABY FOODS 6 (for 55c I .

STRAINED
KOTEX SAN. NAPKINS 29c GERBER BABY MEATS 22c
Iljh.j'j": : '{ :-
AJAX FLOOR and WALL CLEANER 26c GERBER BABY CEREALS \ 16c 10 Of.Broccoli. Spart-Whol.OkraBlackey.
CALC CAT FOODCHICKEN P.aI-Baby Lima Bans
PARTS << r. 12cCALO TANG ORANGE DRINK ',S" 33c 9 Or.Cut Gr..n Baxu or
CAT FOOD MORTON'S POT PIES
LIVER and CHICKEN '< J J5c TANG ORANGE DRINK 140. 59

CALO CAT FOOD TANG ORANGE DRINK "::. 83 YOUR 6 Pkp.. 89 C
KIDNEY and CHICKEN c 15c CHOICEI For

BLUE BONNET WHIPPED PILLSBURY or BALLARD'SBISCUITS SfALTESTGaL

OLEO i2 for 49C 4 for 29 ICE CREAM 79c


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PAUL TOOT __ __ GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THUKSDAY, _n .

menials, If curb the
you habit
ACCORDING TO THE POLLS cial Light Gardening for Pleasure leaves at
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand hewing or twig ol parr

oontlnulni I ,. and From ItGplant and flower lovers LAFF-A.DAY Victim Many of times toxic childrenu plants So\ ,'
teat ,
THE CHATTAHOUCHEB: TRIRUNsPubllahed will learn the progress that has \the small.fry to avoid putting a,,
ttcfc Thur d.T it II 8. Madison StrMl been made In this direction and thing in their mouths except :
learn how they CM have a magic: '
Hemember that
A Jnb* H. fffl"f'1l NratnopcrESTABLISHED crawler!
garden In their apartment or anywhere n
1(01Qulncy playpens may reach out be,
aid 'l'C,
home with the
In their
flortdi the bars and make
an oral .,
of special toll treatment and artificial -rtJAK. xpft.
S.1e.. _.. faI. .. o.-r PIondoo light anon of anything in reach. I"?
h''" and most lawn weeds are i II ,
Urn Ye.r HOP Two Years 550 Sli Month SUI So wide has the Interest become EMPLOYMENT lets but poisonous mushi
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J. L. Hutchluea Ptl,ikfrarman that a number of the na ''ln AGeJCYI have s way of trowing ngrasp
t sir 'a. s tun's leading florists and nursery'men of tiny fingers. lo I,
Don Adr.rpnnp and N. I
w are growing plants especially the safe side, locale play pi .
14 Jr for this purpose and providing. I IC a well inspected place. j
I detailed instructions for the preparation For complete detaiLs on I tt
and care of such indoor grown toxic plants, Il'CW'tJ:
0 NATIONAL EDITORIAL gardens. cultural: Extension Service: B \
City apartment dwellers can tin No. 17SA.S' Poisonous p, '
N now create their own Indoor garden Around the Home" The put .
:t where plants Jv't the year tim Is available from count} ..411I,
,. s+' round, Where have home demonstration agents
I chrysanthemums blooming at Easter
cut annuals for Christmas V POLICEWOMAN TO MN
bouquets, or grow rare orchids Providence, R. L Mitt AJJ,t
and many other exotic plants. Cullen has resigned as s pom
Monkey Business You wlU find them In old concerted woman to become a Roman cam
aquarium tanks that have ore nun in the Dominican order.
that been remodeled and provided with Mia Cullen, 81, who had been
There art certain groups want Washington to 1
artificial light usually from fluorescent policewoman for 30 yean
I rule and regulate just about everything This Is worth bulb, or they become an she had always wanted to erne MW,
restating now that an effort Is tinder way to have the entrancing center box In the religious life and felt her peraon.al .
bookcase, or as hanging baskets situation made it possible
federal government regulate private pension plans which equipped with circular.fluorescent now

so far as anyone can see, have been doing a fine Job. fixture xns rrw...........INO s.utd..-.... The 1964 Swamp Buggy Scni.
The excuse for federal regulation, of course, wouldbe The book Is divided Into two ble will be held at Naples No\ ",

to protect the plans' members and beneficiaries. In parts baled on with the detailed latest research Information that "Say! Thai's very rood! Now then, what elM did climaxing the annual Swamp Buggy .

the light of that, the government's experience with its Two other points of equal significance, we think are explains light and darkness in you learn in college?" ble Days Is billed celebration.as the muddiest The Scrim.
rimIn
own pension systems is significant these:, mont growth, lamp theequip' the world.
dead beats in the U N also how to construct --- -
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There ,
are tome
Th. social fund has been shrinking and at
security garden, what to plant, how to
the same time more people are becoming eligible for Its total deficit now standing at more than $122 million feed and nourish for best results available at the drug store, I
larger benefits. This means that each new entrant at the an amount that could throw this global clambake into and to on. U a sizable part of your body I 1N
It Is written to t.n-tedutical Is affected, commit a physician as I
age of 20 must put In $1.69 during his working lifetimefor its final spin. language and with clear Illustration Ivy poison can be quite serious
each dollar he may be entitled to draw, if ,he lives And Administration spokesmen in Washington have *. It gives easy steps for installing Then are s number of other
to draw anything. presented to Secretary Thant the prediction (not to be Inexpensive lights, tells poisonous plants around the home.
long enough
One 1s the oleander.
how to ust the latest equipmentand
considered a threat) that if the USSR fails to pay up -
"The pension system for Federal employee. happensto shows how to transform U you try to rid your property 11
be about $35 billion in the red," says the National and keeps its Assembly vote nevertheless U. S. financial bookcases, fireplaces, glass aquariums of oleanders by burning don't inhale
Association of Manufacturer., and the thing I. In support of the U N is going to take a nose dive. unused furniture and cheerless the imoke Smoke from this
windows with brilliantly glowing toxic plant is as fatal as a death
that this realistic outlook for
a m...." Substantial Increases in contributions to the We can only assume easily maintained and low chamber.
Railroad Retirement fund have had to be instituted U N,solvency If not Its very survival is based on ashrewd cost Indoor gardens.Every All parts of the plant art pot*
to keep it solvent." if unofficial appraisal of the patience of the plant enthusiast will welcome moos If eaten One leaf contains
American voter and taxpayer. And when the time this Illuminated guide to a enough poison to Ids an adult
These are example. of government running pensionsystems. Is
fascinating hobby. It published
Dry leaves are u deadly u green
It would seem that It has a lot of learning to comes that Washington judges the voter has about hadIt by Hearthslde Press, ID&, US leaves 1111
the for to in this East lath Street, New York 16,
do before it monkeys with the private plans. that's time something give or CaUnf frankfurters roasted onoleander Itt.fL0N6
case, to quit giving. N. Y. and tells for $4.SO. stems may force you to! #
I take s sudden trip to the hospital I
A Public Service RecordThe GARDENINGIN Eating part of the plant may I
QUINCY send you on t one-way trip to the

long drawn out controversies over meeting the FLORIDA cemetery Oleander potion may cauw '

medical needs of the elderly and the Indigent along with CALENDAR OF EVENTSA By Henry Sharp, Editor only names, Aluineu, draw meal ,

other public health problems, have undoubtedly shadow..d Florida Afrtruttunl Rsteeuks or symptoms a decreased include pulse Irregular rate. tel DISTANCE,..

even obscured, the story of free medicine's achievement Community Service by the oon1oe action, umxmsdouroM, respiratory ALWAYS A SHORT CUT TO MORE SALES
I and the attitude of the medical profession la broad Leaflets three, let K be." This\ paralysis and death. The
Gadsdtn County Chamber of Commerce, 827-8518 Is a good rule to follow If you toxic propertied of the plant are When you can't make that call in person, makeit
I area. of public service and obligation are susceptible to poison Ivy from two IIturoacldeall.'rJo.\ .> : by telephone. .
Welch of the American Medical Association So, be careful when cleaninga side and oteandrotideGlorloaa !.
President
17- Center, 8.5 Florida
Thursday, September Canning ; Fait,Inexpensive dutance service belongsin
wooded lot, lake margin or a or climbing lily
recently said two things which should help to set State Employment Service, 9. 3, S. Robert St. fence row near the house. talc a deadly poiion. The'JI every modern sales plan. Let us help you
the record straight Poison Ivy Is a vine that climbs contain a mixture of alkaloids l without obligation in planning .
First, 4.5 million Americans, who In any other period Friday, September 18- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al. Fence potts trees and even tome chiefly cdohldne This high speed yours.
would have died, are alive today thanks to new knowledge anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; ornamentals It clings to the surfaces poison sets fast and death hal I
the known In 4 hour
I by small roots along been to occur
new drugs and new techniques Canning Center, 8.5 Qulncy Senior Woman's Club, items The plant II easily recognized after eating s tuber of the gloriosa
# Second, the medical profession has always believedthat 11 a.m., Woman's Club House, Air Force Recruiter by the three leaflets at the .
; 9. 12 noon, Post Office. top of along stalk These art only! three of theIICOI't .
1 oil American. are entitled to the best medical care I
Botanists with the Ag&vlluralExperiment or more toxic plants that
regardless of their ability to pay for 1U In Dr. Welch's Monday, September 21- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson Stations, say the! prow" around Florida borne.r.dI.Dnn.t ;: : Quincy Telephone CoHERE'S .
words, 'Tor many year., doctors have Insisted on help House; Canning Center, 8.5, Masonic Lodge, Gads- three. leaf Idea will eliminate I be alarmed and chop down i ; ;.:; ll
many harmless plants but will all your plants, because you can
for the needy. It Is conservatively estimated that they den Chapter No. 30, RA.M, Tal-Mar-Quin Council keep you sift from prison continue to enjoy all your oma 1

I now give the American people $700 million in free 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building, Social Security Representative and poison oak. I'll
Poison ivy causes an Itch I
medical annually.
care 9:30: a.m.i Courtroom, Courthouse. better known as dermatitis by the .
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There Is certainly room for honest differences of! opinion uptown Hardener ;. ">> > n

as to Just how any particular health need should be Tuesday, September 22Canning Center, 85; Rotary Regardlem ol not, you 11 probably

met We have plenty of that, and In the long run public Club, 1 p.m.'leffenon House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., claw the colorless itching pUces fluid which until ,' ..' i" ..... ,.. ""
once a :
they
opinion and feeling will provide the final decisions. Butit Masonic Building; Business and Professional Women. spreads the poison. f rIlrt

would be a tragedy U that opinion solidified Itself on a 7 p.m., Klttrell's Restaurant Sum people get this skin aliment ". '" >

basis of emotion coupled with an ignorance of the salient 10:30 by touching potion Ivy or l a a i rE r;
Wednesday, September 23Navy Recruiter, a.m., handling Items such u toolsor
fads Knowledge is the essential prerequisite to any Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Klttrell'i Restaurant;: pels that have been In H., '

Intelligent decision. Exchange Club, 1 pm, Jefferson House; Canning, contact with the plant. Others r "R
To quote Dr. Welch once more, "Progress and freedom get a good cast of dermatitis by kk
Center 8 5 Y
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p.m. I walking through smoke of burnIng -
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are rooted together. And this is the most important ivy stems or leaves
; point of all Medicine, or anything else, goes forward Thursday, Sept. 24- Canning Center, 8.5; Florida State A few folks swear that they

wh.n those who are a part of it are free to seek, to exper.' Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. catch the Itch via fog droplets ."v-

iment to follow their own guiding lights. Medicine, like'II'IIt Friday, Sept 25- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon drifting Mild put cases ivy of plants.dermatitis can

t anything else, must stagnate when it I. bound and burled Family Group, 8 p.m., St Pauls Parish House; be treated with borne remedies.

i In red tap and the rules Imposed by an adamant and Canning Center, 85; Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson Thrne strong soap Include, or a a pasts shower of baking using

\ faceless bureaucracy. House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12 noon, Post Office., soda. Several remedies art

Blood Banks and Blood MoneyIt Monday, September 28- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m.. Jeffer.
son House; Canning Center, 8 5; Social Security READY MIX

Is generally agreed that nine.tenths of the six Representative, 9:30 a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse.

million pint of blood collected a y.ar In the U. S. is Tuesday, September 29- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary CONCRETECONCRETE

given freely by voluntary donors to non-profit community : Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, B p.m.,

I or hospital blood banks and collection centers Thereis Masonic Building; Business and Professional Women, --

I a clearinghouse system by which blood collected 7 p.m., Klttrtll's Restaurant. -
ly can be credited to a patient in a distant hospital.local'j I,
Wednesday, September 30- Navy Recruiter, 10:30 am.
: The system is estimated to save American some ,
1 1 $80,000,000 a year In medical costs and, more important, Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrells; ExchangeClub I
1 Jefferson House; Canning Center 8 5. BLOCK .. .
to save between 250,000 to 500,000 lives a year. These p.m. '!' I

figures were reported at the recent meeting of the American I
CHEVROLET'S
all manner of plants Indoors un-
Association of Blood Banks In Washington D. C. Too Late 'ilcr artiflrtul light has become _
Strangely enough, this non-profit voluntary, humanitarian
iular In of larger
p | some our Oakland Concntt
operation Is now threatened by the decision of a To Classify northern cities It is being done "LOMG: II 10'1
Federal Trade Commission examiner In Kansas City, Mo quite[ sucrrufully. Products Company

Acting on the complaint of two commercial blood banks i To meet the demand for InomiaUon Allta BotBek eat
By Run Kay
I there, he has ruled that the local nonprofit community, now hobhy mnvemmg, Vernon this Johnson growing John ...-
blood banks, organized by doctors and hospitals, is in Growing plants and flowers sound under ,and Winifred Carriers recently Phase MASS ,...
"r straint of trade" In encouraging the use of Its service rather artificial ridiculous light to may tlnrldians i publlihod s hook on the subject",

and discouraging the sale of blood. who think of horticulture as strict- titled. 'An. _Easy__Guide_ to_Artifi. STRONGworkpower

The full Federal Trade Commission has IY. an outdoor pursuit.lkwever .
not as yet TIME TO HAVE
WE
Florida like many .
the and will But to
approved ruling, perhaps never
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other 1J'OW1nIl'l'U, experiencing I DIne filut
protect our vitally.needed nonprofit community blood a switch to apartment. living, Plumbing FUtWMCempUl
banks across the nation Senator Edward V. Long of particularly In our larger titles : LIes *fBttlldlnc
Missouri has Introduced bill to them exemptionfrom While the area surrounding th.molll'l'll Materials
a grant '
structure
apartment maybe 8.( Aires Aluminum RteflBf
the Federal anti.trust laws such as is presently beautifully Undamped' thane eO..*..... >*oflnt k SUlafHutwtret
enjoyed by labor unions who dwell there miss their' own e k Cuts
personal garden and the thrill ol e Carey Asphalt Resting
And since American blood is distinctly non-partisan
It. lrck
ending e Geld B B 8k*
when it is being shed for our country, we think It should The wintlowilll flower box or REMODEL sad G".._ Pndsete
be regarded In the same light: when it is being given andconserved Indoor patted plant tettlflei to BUILD e Sporting G* d* k Pans Supplies
the HIre In the hearts of apart Flu Hamlnds .t Other items
to save the lives of any and all who may

,j need it. Thus, we applaud the support given the bill meat their own dwellers and a fur chance a garden to ,Xerdw ol- BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. TRUCKS FOR 65 !

by Republican leaders such as Senators Dlrksen and their green thumbs. IS NORTH M \r>ISON STREET QUINCY
who fellow In recent years the growing ol,
Tower have hands with Senator
Joined Long's Mart mode/I more .ngl",.. the best 'In <- and S-cytTntfor V' and
Democrats.We .
11IM ClNrr wOIkpowe diesel power, 18 tough track tngtnss!
hope that this humanitarian bill, advocated by Ask us about In Including .4 new lower cost '
the American Medical Association and the American our The long strong line of Chevy trucks diesels Here's the huskiest bunch
Hospital Association as well as the American Association for '65 1 I. rolling In with miles of new of haulers that ever cam looking

of Blood Banks, will not be overlooked in the press of working equipment. Like that hand for workl
last minute and the scramble for DAY HOME TRIAL some Fleetside pickup that leads the Our word for all this I. wApowr.
legislation adjournment. FREE 7
pack.. one of the 18 pickup models That's the stuff that makes I truck a
in the line this year. nil truck. A hard-nosed money-saver.
Bail Out The UN? Who. US? Further along, you'll find economical Yes workpower't here and Chevy's
Chevy Vint,a wld..lectlono'walkgot It, In such I variety of types and
I Administration officials told U N Secretary U Thant ON ZENITH COLOR TV In vans, a bigger choice of big trucks, sizes that picking the best truck for
more fob-tailored components-trucks job will be
during his recent Washington visit that Russia must your easier than It., ever
pay built to fit your business and budget been before. If you're In the market
Its S55.7 million to the U N else Or else
up arrears or And under those hoods you! find Just get m touch with dealer.'
the U. S. will press Article 19 ol the U N Charter under Prove for yourself Zenith's your

which a member owing two yean or more of Its mandatory greater T.l,phone your Chtmltt cWtr abwf tny type oflrwj
payments loses Its vote in the Assembly. Russia snow L dependabilitySTEWARTYOUNG .
eleglble for this treatment because oi Its refusal to tl'

pay Its share of U N "peace-keeping" activities in Africa :,
and the Near East ; 09 7OQ

But Mr. Thant whose Washington visit followed one
to Moscow, has told his White House hosts that the bully MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

boys in the Kremlin (to whom he mentioned the matter)

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YOUTH Schools hi October, As MM ul
ASKS -
this specific part ot the survey -H)
has been reported another
FM i Fall ana i Challeag upon ,
Good II'NIwtU be looked Into.
Examples tad Good Ii

plaastioBi lad" Consistency. Knowi. AndLoving Limits Ex. tide Florida course-win and In be Its for charting fight the first on a IdeD-delinquency tiro. )f ,


By Dorothy B.LUlwUng-Alexander, the outlook Is hopeful.By *

Publication Specialist
Florida Dlrtalosj at I
Child TraUlag Schools

Among other encouraging hap efONJI
pening In the field at treatment

ot delinquency! Ii tome good for Oullll'u ) THE *

tune Boys fur at Okeechohee the Florid School Thti li for a 1:L_ RICK? App

federal grant of 13.288 nude to "
thii School through the Mental
Health Bureau of tht U. s. Department I ..tob

of Health, Education A Is md because
newspaper
and Welfare.The
I it contain Information and comment *
grant wu made to enable
which la new to the public.
two teams to from
go Florida
Research hu shown that the
one each to two training school reader, In his search for new In- .t
In the country with different
typeiof formation, doe not make a great
programs programs sufficiently distinction between advertising
successful lot their study and other news content If the I
to be of help to other schoolsThere .
information I* timely and It tt
will be six
men In each touches the Interests of tile reader
team It will be noted. n
TMi A." led by Arthur G sometimes
Dozler, director Florida Division Actually advertising
hu advantage which can abe
of Child Training Schools, will
accorded matter.
straight news
spend the week of September IS.
An editor must necessarily limit
at the Wisconsin School for Boys a. '
newt matter a* to variety. subject D
at Wiles Wisconsin Others
on matter Illustrations, and typographical -
this team arc The
: Honorable ,,
Robert Williams, State Senator display
I On till other hand till newspaper
for the 4th district Joe
; Crony.
advertiser Is under praytlally
assistant director of the Slate
'
no restriction other than
Budget Commission; George Hay bounds and
the ot truth good
business +a
good, manager of the 1 it
Florida Division of Child Training taste ae1R ,
The advertiser his
may present
Schools: and from the Florida
Idea in form making use
any
School for
Boys at OkeechobeeH. .
of of Illustration ant
type
S. any type
Hughes director
of the of any six*. However simple( his _
Guidance Center, Frank
Zych assistant idea he may, and often does usea

met Davis superintendent, one ot the and directors Em. whole page to present It. r _
has
Thus advertising
of training there newspaper
evolved far beyond the listing of :
Team B" of which William
M.
Suit, superintendent of the Florida retail products for sal. .,, :
A casual perusal of a newspaper
School for .
Boys at Okeechobe Is reveal advertising by e
the head will spend the may
week of
schools, libraries churches: numerous
September 27, at the Kansas Industrial
trade
government agencies, '
School for
Boys at Topeka
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association, labor unions banks
Kansas. This school
being and loan companies, magazines, ,.
near the Mennlnger Clinic
with
radio and television networks,
access to some of the finest psychiatnst M
stock brokers Insurance companies
in the country has avery I
consumer coops chambers of
:
strong phychlatric program mall order
airlines
Team B includes: David R. Wal. ;companies commerce, and tile,newspaper tt I- ___
ten, acting superintendent, Florida I
self
School for Boys at Marianna
; a
The bulk ot such advertising
the Honorable Coy Mitchell Jackson I I I O to yw
presents Itself as a service to tile a
County In
representative
reader H Information
provides
the Legislature, The Honorable
Allen Markham OkeechobeeCounty's !and news without attempting to
!sell a specific company or sere
representative In the
.. benefit to the
lice.on. company
Legislature; Howard Guilford, one
Is and indirect.
Intangible
H the directors of training at
Yet, the continuous growth of
.
Florida School for Boys at Okoerhobre
and the Honorable O. D. such advertising rf1IJ to be evidence R'qtr \\\4 p ,
that It Is effective and
Howell Judge of the Juvenile ; ,r ay1
and Domestic Relations Court of widely

IlllUtorough County. read.DDAY
All that Is learned will be shared
with other training schools and

we findings will be submitted to FOR ROACHES k n z ,
the National Institute of Mental p + jtW ml CHURCH po" ALL
Health for distribution by them ty0 i
all over the United States. By Jack Roots k .; liod{,' p { to" reK pt *, 1\0 ALL POI ml CHU"CH
r Vt' ( \ a
Another sanguine sign d
prug
rest spelled In big letters is roach The sight scurrying of a dark across brown your t'OI'It.kitchen ", apt yam h \1 j0 r> The Church U the "....., p

the survey now being made, alloundt'r floor at night ts not only aOt.ja \\ factor on earth for the build-

whole delinquency a Federal field grant In, Florida of the, embarrassing, but a hazard to r+ f T' a v1 in* of character and good

under the auspices of the Florida health u well After endless 1 'sit Ott, t1u( { 1 r eitlMnahlp U U a lUmhoua

Tank Force on Delinquency It'sreport swatting wonder many Just frustrated what will homeowners halt I. -q" V, \ .r { r.0 yt1 ., of spiritual value. Without
y 1
on the extent of the need a massive roach Invasion. ,, t; tP". -.& strong church, neither
for aftercare for children communities returning James Bmgdon, entomologist r O$" ', > s democracy: nor civilisation
to their own
with the Florida Agricultural Extension i can survive. Tharf air
from the training schools will be
ready tor their recommendations Service has the answer w .r tE $ sound reasons why very
be quick enough toevade 1 '
Roaches may I t should attend MrvlceiiMiularly
tn be Included In the budget of person
well-aimed 1 '
the Division of (mill Training the bottom of a and support the
shoe, he says, out They are ,". { .. For his
not Immune to the proper wectIdde" -I Y';, ; church." They. : ((1)
KV MltlMalit "<*
i Bmgdon points out that the '* sake, ((3)) For the sake

[M [J\1l\ ] correct amount of Insecticide can I of his community and nation
control the tour specie of roaches : (4)) For the sake of the church

Australian American German I It...!?, which need hi* moral
makes lens and brown-banded commonly
and malarial Plan
your found In Florid. I support.
To kill these unwanted pests. to II Lo church "lularI1IIId
settings automatically!IutI Brogdon recommend using a general IIId your Bible dally.

spray containing 2 to I per-

alMOr. ..aIIIJ..' cent DWdrln.chlordane or V* percent I

Effective control ef tile two
\larger specie American and :

Australian requires a spray r
containing S percent Malathkn or I

't percent Undane or Dlazmon. .pyeisht ...Kesel .......... a.l.a Ise. nimbus,Vwr
IIKODAK. The entomologist says Malathlonor *' *'
Diatinon will also kill the :

brown-banded roaches but neither I Tuesday Wednesday Thursdq Yrlday Saturday

chemical remain potent U I Sunday JHudge. Paalrns Paalnis Proverbs Twehartah Lhlta7x1.11
chlordane or Weldrln. D.ut.ronotny
long u 1:6-1>t 10Z1M11
Germ 10Tf1.9 7t1.6 :
Although the smaller I 10:10.16 17:1.9
roach or waterbug ha fcwf*
resistant to certain Insecticides, I *
there are chemical available that
400 can control it applied property I
Brogdon suggest a I percent
Outfit Mslathcn. S percent sonnet (Kor-

Instant load,.electrie Ian), or ** percent solution to

7...auto film advance! eradicate These
Ne ceis.r was e.ee his ...... unlew I )ff f

seek..,.,.1"loads In..... ,... Spray to areas where roacheru 1
enitomaiicalty with poptoKtdopok and hide. arch u:"Br'lnta3
Urn tort.Kjj.l N.ftVeadwig. behind Hove, refrigerators, I ....

M '-bluig. lUttrl bPt'bcardl. Wormatton
makes has IIftI", For more detailed
eye proper ask your IUIII7.arrL'Ullural .
this subject
fee yo... Swilt-ta seta advances on agent for circular!

II.Mrk-pvH. Eve Indoor nap the shell bvlh era HI evt Sash*> UJ-A, "Good""' Mr. Roach.oivtoi ." I This Feature is Being Sponsored Weekly By The Following IndividualsAnd

Nut, sad ye..',. set to *ail / AJCD mrnETSince

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a campaign aimed at detesting
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their acceptance Speeches, they
DRUGS sssured thousand ef Democrats )
the eonrendon. that they bad I
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enlisted their energies ks a cr. Rrira Co Company tt Qutaer DoukU Cola IotI11at CotaptmrQuteey Ite.art-Youq loMtiern Chemical
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OADSDEN COUNTY TIM.... QUINCY 1U>R1DA. THURSDAY., SEPTEMBER" IT. 1984

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Garden CircleIn Advisor for the Rainbow Clrh.
(Photo by Photo Studio and

WOMEN'S PAGE Flower Shop.)

I I MeetingThe

Magnolia Garden Circle Wheeler Kin At
Parson baring Item of nodal nature are urged to call met Friday afternoon at three

Mil. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 Bassett thirty o'clock at her with home Mr In*. Clinton Gretna Picnic DinnerAbout

........ .L.LLutU.LUnuuuuuu..u... ..........nUA; 5 with 13 In attendance. The 6ehR
chairman Mn. J Fisher Wllllami forty friend and relatives

Fred Rowan, Mr and Mn Ben presided. A devotional on "A of Mr. and Mrs.. John P.

Unrlngood. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. New dub Year" was given by Wheeler, Jr. and family gatheredfor

Wahl, Dr and Mr*. G. E. Boring Mn. Lanier Richardson, a picnic dinner at Glen Julia
II. I Mr. and Mrs.. J. Q. Kelly, Mr. andMrs. Mn. Henry Faulk read the Park Sunday.
I"i. 'I William liunnn, Mr. and minutes of the May meeting, and Among the out of town guests

Mrs. Jeff Davis, Mr. and Mn the treasurer, Mn. Pelham Sulli. were Mr. and Mrs.. John P. Wheeler .

Howard Thomas, Mr and Mrs.. van made her report which showed Sr of Thomasville, Ga., Mr.
i. Buford Williams, Mr. and Mrs. % -.n a good balance. She also received e and Mrs.. W. M. Sharpe and ion

John McAlre, Mr. and Mn. Earl f fet due for the new year. 'loI of Tallahassee, and Mr. and hire
1 Schofletd, Mr. and Mn. Winton The secretary read a note of H. G Anderson Jr. and family of
nM n1aHrM front Mrs. Roth MfVKeown
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs Ernest ""the-'i im ;1.limt'l Marianna.
; t .i Jeffcoat, Mr and Mn. Sam Mc. for
This was a farewell gathering
of her late husband.
''J' memory :
Millan Jr., Mr. and Mn. Doug. Mn. Lanier Richardson brought I as the Wheelers flew to Trinidad

la* Owens, Mlsi Sara May Love, a report from the executive board ,, -. 1- Tuesday where they will live for
Mn. Gladys Johnson, Mrs Homer October the date a year. Dr. Wheeler will be a
Chester, Mn. Elbert Luten, Mn announced meeting. for the luncheon was meeting Pam Cogglni guest lecturer and consultant at
f
Marvin Bartncau, M rI. Virginia! of District 2, at Gulf Beaches. the University of the West Indies
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Dowling, Mis beg Payne, Miss f Several state officers will be present WashingtonAssembly at St. Augustine, TrInIdAd fits
Elaine Boring Mn. Harry Hutchinson at this conference Seversmemben work will be under the Fulbright

Mn. Joe Suber, Gary of the circle made reservation 70 program.
Franklin. Mn. Sue Woodbery, to attend.kin. The Wheelen have been visiting
Mrs. Eve Peacock and Mrs. C. W.
Harbin. Fred Kibllka distribute Installs Officers Mn. Wheeler' mother, Mn. Dan
the year book which she and Grubb Mt. Pleasant and Mr.
For her wedding trip the bride M..'.. Pelham Sullivan had mad Wheeler'' parent In Thomasvill
wee wearing a two piece tomato during the summer. They were Officers of Washington Assembly They spent two weeks at the beach
red suit of damn with black acv very attractive and Informative 70 were \Installed Sunday afternoon In Key West and visited several

ceisorid and the orchid from her Mn. Kibllka, program chairman at three o'clock. They point. of Interest In Florida onheir

bridal bouquet. announced that Mn. Floyd were Pam CoRgin, Worthy Advl-, vacation.

After September 20th Mr. and Bassett had the program for the! or; Kay Bassett, Associate Advisor

Mn. Thompson will be at home at I day. She Introduced Or. Herbert ; Connie Bowman, Charity;

1107 B Taft Street, Albany, Ga. Bryan, assistant horticulturist al Marie Hamrick, Hope; Patricia Bridge Club Meets

Out of town guest IncludedMr. Miss babel Constance Vaniton North Florida Experiment Station, 'arramore, Faith; Shell Raw! With Mrs. Richardson
and Mrs.. J. A. McCall G. T. who i* a graduate of Cornell. Dr. 'Chaplain; Patricia Bales, Love;

Curry, Mn. E. H. Walker Tommy Mr. and Mr. John Henry Vaniton of Quincy announcethe Bryan made a very interestingand Mary Leila Gilbert, Religion; Mr.*. Jack Richardson entertain'ed

Jones, Mr. and Mn M. O. ) engagement of their daughter, Label Constance, to Informative talk using three :Jeanne Fixel, Nature; Sandra the Tuesday morning duplicate

Straughn, Dtr"unlak Springs Mr. Robert Franklin Stewart, ton of Mr. and Mr*. Gordon topic 1 "The Future" of Omamen- i Lodge Fidelity. Immortality; Nancy Jail bride club at her home this week.
let DIanne
Adami.
al Horticulture Pa-
and Mrs. Gee y Morgan, Columbus "Transplanting :
\..., Mr. and Mr. Larry Stewart of Qulncy. Miss Vanitone 1* a graduate of Natural Plant" and "The Growth rlotlsm; Ann Sober, Service; Wlnnen were, Mr J. Fisher

Smith, Marietta, Ga., Mr. and Quincy High School and it presently employed by of Rosei." Unda Sober, Confidential Observer William and Mn. LeBron Kinch-

Mrs.. Z. C. Rowan Mrs.. Jean Froety Morn Meat Mr. Stewart I* employed by Southern The club was dismissed with ; Nancy Bowman Outer Ob Icy (guest of Mrs Weinberg).
Keith and Mn. Ann Jones Marianne the Collect. III'I'YPMal' Martha first Mrs. Maurice Owen and
Wire ) Massey
Inc.
*, The
1 / .. ... J2. Mrs.. Dcloy Bartneau, Mrs. St. wedding will be October 10 at During the social hour the hoe-; Musician; Sharon Wall Choir Di 'Mn. Jack Richardson, second andMrs.
Paul' Episcopal Church. Photo Martin' W. E. Middleton and Mn. S.
Bill Smith, Mill Charlotte Freeman by Studio] teas served pie and coffee. Her rector.
Mm. William Julian Thompson, Jr. Til aJunM). MIll Susan niece, Mn. J. Craig Dunlap, poured Installing officer were 1. Installing M. Hidgon, third.Sandwiches .

Branch, Mia Dorothy Mean Miss Owens-Smith from the silver service. Worthy Advisor Kay dip, cake, Coffee
I Millie McUne Miss Sandra Sessions Shower Given Adam, Past Grand Confidential and Coca-Colas were served. Nov.
Miss Peggy Ann Sfraughn Wed Observer from eltie awarded first
Mr* Yen Brown Valdoeta Washington Aisembly were place
Ga., Mr. and Mn. Robert EngagementIs For Miss Cook Shower Given 70, Quincy 2. Installing wlnnen.

To William Julian Jr. I Poll, Tlfton Gi., Mr. and Mrs.. Iiaplatn, Nancy Cooper, Put
Thompson!! Sonny Andrew, Newton, Ca., Mr.' [ AnnouncedThe Mill Linda Cook, bride elect, For Miss HillThe Grand Outer Observer from VenIce -
and Mr*. Gene Cain, Lake Wales: wa the honoree at a beautiful Assembly 97, NokomU Fla Birth AnnouncementMr.
Miss" Peggy Ann Straujrhn, Mr. and Mrs.. George Sledman, mlseellaneou shower 3. Installing Marshall Pat Shu-
engagement of Mist Saturday
daughter of Mr. and Mr.*. Clifton Athens, Ca., Wayne Herndon Sarasota, Mr. and Mn. C W. Owens to Mr. Clinton Sherry Smith night given In Marianna by MI'I. Jewel Sunday School Class ford, Grand Representative from and Mn. Carl Eggendor
Theodore Straughn Sr., was mar Pavo, Ga., and James HcnnJy, Strickland Pelham Ga., Mr. and of ilrt... Doyle Green and Mr.*. Clarence of The First Baptist Church met Florida to West Virginia! from I announce the birth of a baby girl

ried la WUllam Julian Thompson Valdosta, Ga.Mrs. Mrs.. David Warren, Thomasvllle, by her parent, Mr. and announced Mrs Mcdlock. Colorful flower arrangement Sept. 14 for their regular monthly Tallahassee Assembly <4, Tallalassee. I Leah Suzanne, born September 2.
Bill Bricker Ga., Mn. W. Mr. and ,business meeting at the home ofMr :She weighed and
Jr. Saturday night September 12.1al was organist 't Cooper, Malcolm Macnabb Jr. of Atlanta, and greenery were at polnti seven pound
the First Baptist lurch of and Mr. Larry Dormlny wa* voW Mn. E. B. ., Mr. and M.. formerly of Tallahassee. of Interest In the decorations of : .. Ed Craig with 18 present 4. Installing Musician, Beth I ISrllJngfr. six ounces.

Qulncy. The bridegroom the soloist. Jennings Parrish, Mr. and Mr the home of the former teem or: Following a brief business discussion Past Grand Reoresent- The maternal grandparent are
son of Mr. and Mm. WilliamJulianThompson 1 1Ca. The bride' mother chose for W. G. fll'.M Cox, Mlu Owens U the granddaughter he party. Mn. James Pflel had I alive from Florida to West Vlr1nla. 1'Mr._and ,!ra. 'W._H. Agerton.
Sr., of Albany, her daughter' wedding a floor Mrs.; W. and of Mn. Mile Owen of Quincy Various bridal charge of the social hour, at which from Tallahassee Assembly I
length gown of Peau satin In Au- Mn. J. L. Strickland, Sr., Mr. and and attended grammar school tests were games and con- time a lovely miscellaneous shower 64, Tallahassee 5. Installing Recorder :

E. Cuttlno luine Rose featuring a cape effect Mrs. J. L. Strickland, Jr. and here.Mr. The enjoyed. was given for Miss Patty Phyllis Spean, Junior'
Thomai honoree SEPTIC
The Rev. bodice ller acceasorle were Larry Hancock, of Albany. Smith 1 II till con of Mr. and wu prell'nledmany lilt, bride elect of October, who Past Worthy Advisor of Washington TANK:
the double ring ceremony useful and
performed matching and her Mr* George C Smith of Calnevlllo. *- beautiful glftf. I. the daughter of Mn. H. H Assembly 70, Qulncy. SERVICE
of corsage was a
background Among the
against a cymbldlum orchid. engagedtscotpple 1111, a member of the Jewel S. S. The theme ol the Rainbow
multiple candelabra holding lighted I mother of the ,
while tapers outlining the The mother of the groom worea Thos. Memorial The wedding will take place .In.. lUcey Cook and Mr*. Leo das Girls I* "A a Rainbow Brightensthe
The bride elect the Sky So Rainbow Girls
wa recipient Bright
sunburst arrangement floor-lengih gown of crepe In October 26 at a.30: pm. in Saint Ventry.
chancel a large
of gladioli, snap dragon three shades o< yellow, with aportrait WMU Installs Catherine' Episcopal Church, Punch landwlrne, nut and of many nice and useful en the Earth." ,
neckline and Jacksonville. No Invitation are gift* Their flower I* the red rose.Kay ,
Fugl and pooh drapedskirt mint served.Coffee .
*, mumi porn were
The hostess served delicious Baisett
In color shading from yellow Into accented with tequln andpear' being cent but all friend and gave the Welcome
bronzes At either aide were two ornament on the bodice. Officers Soon relative are invited.Luncheon refreshments during the evening Special guests were Eastern :
Given Star memben of Tallahassee Assembly
She
wore matdUng accessoriesand
brass tree candelabra holdingltghte
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Masons. i
her corsage was a Installation of W.M.U. officers
f while Upon and accented Cymbldlum
with mixed flowers and greenery orchid.The. for 1864-43 will be conducted at For For Visitor Friday Party Following insinuation, Pam I
CoKglns.
Worthy Advisor Intro-
Hanking the altar were bras parent of the bride entertained -, 8 I o'clock Wednesday evening, ,
with a reception at the September 30 at the Thomas Memorial For Mrs. duced her mother Mrs.. Pauline
Cathedral urns of Nandlna. Woman's Club follnwina Uw I Miss Strauahn Mn. Otho Edwards Mn. JosenhSuber. Myers Coggln and both made approp VACUUM CLEANED
The hriiln given In marriage n>Fenxmy. > Baptist Chunk during theprl'Pr
-' Jr. and Mrs Frank Smith elate remarks. She also Introduced REPAIRED
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by "Jir-, father, won the wedding Greeting the Quests at service. I entertained with Mn Lea Jones and her
a beautiful cof- Mn. J family
d her cousin, Mn. George the door were Mr. and Mr*. Otto Miss Evelyn McDonald will be The bridesmaids luncheon for fee
gown
yesterday morning at the Clnson Cook entertained with During the lUCId l hour
Edwards Sr., and Installed !Miss Peggy Straughn. whose marriage an refreshments
Stedman, which was an Edward- Introducing the a* president; Mrs. Homer
home of
Mn. Smith In honor oMrs. / Informal party Friday night In were served. The table, 627-8403
white illk mUt and guest Die receiving line wereMr. Chester, vie president Miss to William Julian Thompson -
of ;
tan gown lnJOM" Mike Criml of New York honor of Mrs. Don Myers, wife which wa covered by white
: a
Imported Alencon laoe. The long, *. Harold Bevts. Virginia Gregory, secretary-treas Jr. of Albany, Ga., was an
who li visiting relatives here. of the new football coach. The linen cloth had
A of event of Saturday night, wa given the silver punch
tapered sleeves formed Calla profusion early fall flowers urer; Mrs. Scan Harris, program
Dahlias, glads and was at the home of Mrs.Jones howl end Night 627-6866
party
: mum In on one from "":
In ahad by Mn. Harold Bevis, Mn. '
from chairman Miss
** ranging
point at tlw wrist A deep yoke yellowto ; Ruby Mount .h.i
shades of yellow, gold and which decorated len Duncan Porn !
bronze wu with ( Coggln
I of the lace accented bronte were at focal points. stewardship, Mrs.. Myrtle Gee Kermit Wahl Mn. J. Q. Kelly )
basque waist which atl butt The stairway: was entwined: with flowers; Mrs. Mary Pustun, community and Mn. Gladys Johnson at the wen effectively arranged In the fresh fruit and greenery.Cake poured and on the other, silver QUINCYVAULT
living and dining 1'001I1I'of the potato chips, coffee and tray of cake !
square Iced in
In bark with small covered butun Southern Smllax. The lovely arrangement missions; Mn. George Jefferson House, Saturday noon.I
attractive home. core Colas served. white with
*. The dome shaped iklrl. Intermission on the mantle was balanced Massey prayer; "Irs. George,1 The table at which the bride and The table which Ten were a tiny red rose embossed CO.
In
was coveredby guest enjoyed this nice the and
center
compote
length In front swept with brats candelabra at Brinaon, publicity I ; and Mn. Carl attendants were seated was centered white .
and each end holding lighted white Sr., mission t a linen, cutwork cloth party of mint The punch was VAULTS MONUMENTS
Spanner
Into a full court train was ludy. by a large arrangement ol wee centered by also red.
adorned with lace appllquei. The taper. On the table In the entrance Those who will be Initialled as yellow snapdragons and white and lowen an epergne of ruddy i
In shade of The
panel bark was accented by a bow was a brass bowl of yellow circle chairmen are: Mr*. Lawton yellow pon poms. end yellow. On girls wore tiny red rose MAINLINE DRIVEQUINCY
one the
was diver service corsagei u did their families.
of the fabric, at tie waistline and bronze flowers. Sfhofleld, Martha Manning Living Pearls.
Lacy fern Interspersed with from which coffee Lovie Coburn
A wan poured by 2' Is Mother)
She wore a pill box of reembrold round table covered with Circle; Mn. Larry Byrd France poll pomi and while Mn. Edwards, On the other end
ered Alencon lace with a bout while Peas De Sole Satin wascentered Horton circle; and Mr. *. Ellen In antis and candle the -
spanned were tdlver trays of chicken salad!
Jant veil of silk Illusion. She cartied with the three tiered gram, rc By Guy It. Wade
leaden ; length of the other section of the and pimento cheese sandwiches,
a cascade bouquet of white wedding cake, topped with a mln- Youth : Y.W.A.- able. Place card were of bridal brownie and nut. I A PAT NOT A RLAF V0J7
tephanoHi and bridal roaei centered latur of the bride' bouquet. Her Mn Guy R. Wade and Mrs.. Will design further carrying out the The honoree was given lingerieas In football It I II the team that PERFECT
with a yellow throted Cat corsage wa also on the table. ,Ponton; Intermediate U.A.- Mn. color acheme. a memento of thin dllIllhttul "knock :" that make the headway
.!
She wore a diamond Tanking the cake was a lighted Wllda Abney and Mn. Paul -
pendant ad On this occasion the bride elect party which was attended by 22 inere are many people *>
.
candle
Junior
ornamented Klournov
bride- G
gift from the with the11l11e : A Mn. Verdi BLANKET
flowers.A presented her attendant gift. old classmates( and friend of the day who feel that living each day CLEANINGl'lour
Dark Sunbeams Mn. Murihy
amo"" ; Twenty guest 1joyl'dhI1 honoree, who I I. a former QuIncy II like this.
Mini Sherry StraiiKlin, Jacksonville line arrangement In a tall Casey and Mrs.. Marvin beautiful resident There are constructive and destructive
luncheon.
1 sister' of the brtde, was. maid brasi pitcher decorated the circular xrwls.Shower.
way to live. All of this patron say .
Mls table covered with while
of honor. Brldetmaiiuj were a be
may summed In
Susan McCall of DPFuniak satin cloth which served at the. Presbyterian of up a statement
Franklin Jones
Spring, cousin of the bride, Mini brlde'l book table. The bride' For Wedding PartyAt way to knock Uie chip, "Thesafest off

Olela Cooper, Albany, Ga, cousin book was kept by the Misses Sar- : Women MeetThe a fellow's shoulder I II by
el the!.groom. Miss Marilyn Kim- rah Sue Bartneau, Margaret DowIng Miss Linda CookMrs. I Dinner HereA him on the back." patting
newt; Menhon. Ga, and Mill II and Linda Wahl of Qulnry, Our
society 1* too full of the
Judy peacook. Qulncy. and Min Sue Stllh of Albany, CMrs. Women d the First Preslyterlan -
Jame rehearsal dinner was given Church met for their! "chip slappen" and not enough!
The attendants wore Identical J. A. McCall. of Dcfrtalak Williams and Mn. "
of the "back
Friday night at the Jefferson Bible slippers. God did.
ttoor-Ifcigth gowns of Antique gold firings, aunt of the bride, and Gene Wllllami were cohostesscs Study Monday afternoon at
louse by Mr. and Mrs Williams 'Fellowship HalL Indeed, make us well because we
taught by Miss
satin. Jashloned on Princes Unei. Mrs. George Sledman Sarasota at a delightful miscellaneous
Thompson, Sr. of Albany Ga., l xxilse Quarter-man. cannot pat our own selves on the
The modified empire aheath, with cousin of the bride, served the shower Tuesday night, given Inhoes
back. That Is Job for r
whom William Julian a
someone

son was Following! this the regular bus-
of ba
oval necklines, cap sleeves, and cake. Miss Unda Cook, bride
married to Miss Incas ebie. Could be different
featured The refreshment table eloct. The Jefferson Peggy Straughn meeting ws held with the you )
aet-ln beds! of bnmhoo satin was covered Houxe was
Saturday night. The wedding party pl'l'llldl'nl. Mrs R. H. M. Davidson Could you' be one of the minority,
floor-length floating pan- with a white Imported linen the letting for the party. A bride
and famille were guests on pre tmtlng. TV Mn one of the "back patten" Try
ell allaclied, at the shoulder I embroidered cloth centered with doll centered the table. English secretary different.ChesterMitchell.
this occasion.Yellow W. H. being
Fort, read
Thelrr flowers were tinted cascadeiCot an arrangement of flower on a vy trailed from the doll to the the minutes and
pan poms. Their head tall brass candle stick. Matching mil of the table. rose and snapdngons time treasurer: Mn. J. W. Woodward -
brass held and Interspersed with rapids flanked made her report.
pieces of velvet chrysanthemum compote nut Ivy was effectively arranged on
petal*1n lhadei of gold, held theirbadfaint mint Punch was served from a coffee table and mixed flowers by candelabra holding tapers, Circle chairman then made good
veil of short Illusion.The wo crystal punch bowls by Mr of early autumn were at other highlighted the main table. Matching report showing advancement In
bridegroom' father served George Morgan, Columbus, aunt oral polnls. creations with cupid and he work and pledge mI'lth\ a Mn. Mildred Chester wu married

la hit bent man. Usher were ;of the groom and Mr*. E. H. Several bridal games were ennyed Spergnert fern were on the other large balance which will be used : Saturday afternoon to Cleveland
Gerald Tucker and Chuck Dyess Walker, OeKunlak Spring, aunt during the evening and t.ble. Flowers carrying out the for several outstanding needs 1 W. Mitchell! of Grand Ridge
et Albany, Ca. Gmom men were of the bride. prizes awarded color scheme were at focal points Mn. L. D. McMillan the Incoming I 1 on of Mrs. T. W. Mitchell! and

Jim MiCall of DeFunlak Spring, Soft music wa played throughout Sanfwlchc nut, mint, cake In the room. treasurer presented the I the late Mr. Mitchell. The Rev.
raista of the bride, Steve Bacon, the reception by Mill' Sue 'square"* with the honoree'i Initials On this lIt''allollhfo groom to new budget which was adopted. aok Howell officiated.
Ann Owena and Miss Unda Earl embossed on them, coffee and be presented his attendants gifts Other officer and committeeehairmen The bride, daughter of Mn
.
Sthofleld. Coca Cola were nerved. Thirty sin guest enjoyed this present made interestng I 1 Bessie Smith of Ml. Pleasant

ovR.Rv Girls serving were Marcia [)OW. Among the 25 guest were'delightful party. Mrs reports.. I chose for her_ wedding a light
Fount Kfaw .lp
the
?ear
ling, Curious Kalrrloth, Sherry mother of the engaged: couple. p""IMnirH 1 n. '- blue dress of brocade sun wiui
Hobbs Sherry Chandler, SusannWoodbery Mrs.. Hlcey Cook and Mn. Leo < letter whichhad matching blue accessorte
I Nancy Stabler. ShlreneMulford. Venlry. Bridge Club Meets [ been received by Mn. LintonMunroe Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell are (pending

Ann Wood, Suzle McMil The bride elect was presentedan With Mrs. Woodward from Thomwell Orphanage their honeymoon In New York.
lan, Barbara Ann Morrow Kathryn array of uwful and beautiful Jody) the little boy who I II The bridegroom I* employed by

Morrow Charlotte Freeman gift. Mr.*. H I). Woodward. Jr. entertained sponsored by the women. the Seaboard Airline Railway and
Harriet Hulchlnson, Sylvia Strick her bridge dub at her The. meeting; wee closed _Ithpra'l' Mn. Mitchell I* manager of the

R. I- land, Ann Chester Suzanne and home on Woodward Road. Tuesday Credit Bureau to Qulncy.rtrs. '
Massey Bitsy Edwards and Kay Sykea. Birthday Party afternoon. Early autumn I
In Ih.II kl to come we Hosts and hostesses were Mr flower from her garden were al Birth AnnouncementMr.

hope to explore and to explain and tin. A. S. Harris Mr. and Mr. ad Mm. CV., Thomas points of Inle..... Snack and I and Mn. Rnnald H. E. Morgan ..
turn of the more Inter Mil. Kverell Morrow Mr. and Sound Acres, entertained lends( coffee< were served during the the birth of Jester Hostess At Bridge
enllng aspect of the wide andwoetterml Mr*. Edwin Baur, Mr and Mrs.. and relative Sunday at a birthday imounce a daughter

field of medicine, Henry Miry.. Mr. and Mrs. celebration flf'hI'lr son, Sonny Brow)I Hlgrion won high.crave 'September....pu.l. She s at has Gadsden been County named Mn H. G. Moor i wu hontesslo rsere..e.

We will Investigate a few George Smilherman, Mr. and Mrs a student al Florida State Un a ceramic ash tray from Julia Sharon Jester and 'her Wednesday afternoon bridge .
"first,1' dwell a moment on J. II. Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Ed iversity. Ih* Worlds Fair and Mrs. J. M seven pound and flue weighed Hub. Cola and rone were ef- On. trial will convince you, too, that
tome of the great pioneers and Taylor, Mr. and Mrs mills Burn Out of town guests were their Griffin holder of secnid high received tier ounce ectively arranged Iahi living
look Into sane of the astounding'breakthroughs ett. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Jacobs. 'daughter and son-In.lw, Mr. and a household article. grandparent are Mr. and
"... E.: PSnaei.. and and dmlng mom Sanitone Soft-Set
Qutncy
: of medicine Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Pitts. Mr. and 111... B. J. Eubank and family There were three table ef MI' and Mr.*. George Jester, Tallahassee. Mr.*. Joseph Suber. who wan Dry Cleaning bj
that have Increased life expectancy Mn Alton Towlet' Mr. and Mn. I of Cdqultt, Ca.
player awarded bouMr
:__ _____ -- high score, _waa a -
22 '
from In the
year I< cap. Mower GI ww, MJ'I.
tline of Caesar to the 70-plus MORROW
Strom received
Maxwell a retriirnlor -
year w* can lookaward to INSECTICIDESSOIL ....

hay.jmlediclne'e. MERRILL'SSee ATTENTION! At conclusion of three procreation

progress ha..nueetunee FUMIGANTS the hours served an attractive U the best yet for your blanket
been nd- salad plate with coffee.
a ilnp-*
PARENTSSPECIAL
WEED KILLERS teed drink were panned during
staff trutl-.nd-error prnpnal-" '
tic/ In the search tar health Our Mid-Winter MajesticSEPARATES the game. Nothing can hold a (candl to Sanitone Dry

w't'h/re life and death are the CAB Guest playing with the dub Cleaning for getting blanket
two tide of the tame biological SOUTHERNCHEMICAL RATES for were Mr.*. R .H. Strickland and cotor-briiht .
coin. Aa we continue to Mrs.. Larder Rkisardst.I REALLY CLEAN! What' mort. its wonderful

iitf through the hlatory of medicine SKIRTS BLOUSES JACKETS SCHOOL CHILDREN I "built-in" Soft-Set finiah restore afl the
WIt hope to give you a ., WM* er ..... luzuriou
fluffy-aoftaeai that i Ie the real sweet
and of
better clearer
picture
medicine In Its many facet and SWEATERS In fete GMriMM Deform of warmth and comfort Your blanket actually
.....
'". hop, aim that la the Sales & Service Piper Blue and Kerry Green hhll7 look and feel like newt! Let's hat 'era now!
CALL
will matter think at of prrttrlpdniis M14NEY WHIGS.Carefully )M. !ne. Sizes 8 to 18

and CITY CAB62781U mOI.rOlV I CtalJtl'J
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CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QU1NCT. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER> 17, 116 4 PACE 5R.aFt


<* ,it t by saying that Bishop Wes The Banns ot Matrimony arherewith HD WSCS
Episcopal Talquin
didnt wear a miter because be published fnr the nn Centenary

ill Jn't have i cope, the big tent time between Miss babel Con Club In MeetThe Circles Meet
Church fence Vanston and Mr. Robes
Notes
like ma.iu that those other Mali. .
Franklin Stewart of St. Paul'Pariah.
ips wore. "Weil." b* signed oIL The marrtag li to be Tslquln Home Demonstn The circles the Woman's Society dw4i;;*
from ... Piul'i "I think you ought, to go down anlrmnlapd and blessed In St.Paw' lion dub met at 2.80: Wedneada, of Christian Service at Centenary .-
to Wilson's or FletcherCantey'and Church October 10, 1064 aftena September I, at : Methodist
Churoh held
My littlest boy was watrhlnf get him one of each for th. -- home :i\f Frank Whittle .
television next time he comes. I'll betdu co-ho teMrs. their regular monthly mretiniii
die news on last nighi Mrs. Carl Ferguson as (
!It'd like that!" Cirri 1 met with Mrs. J. F :
flea five but thinks he ought ubf 1'U belchat PresbyteriansHonor Whittle vice president,
Johnson
with Miss Ethel Inman
urn Pope Paul "'as process> Officers and advisors of the Episcopal called the meeting to order are .
u co-nvtess. Mrs. George Bates
nig down the nave <* the greah Young Churchmen are asked PastorAt which Mrs. Sam Fletcher led ID chairman presided. Mrs. E. Nash
Jlca In Rome In connectioc to meet before the genera s devotional on "Love." .
the of meeting next Sunday afternoonthe The Mrs Austin Ml Phllpot gave the devotional reading
with reopening the VaU secretary
hour Is 8 Senior ReceptionThe Mark I: Jl-JI Mss Phllpot SWIFT'S PREMIUM
can Council when Graeme turn p.m. m called !the roll wits an attendance .
also the lemon which!
ed to me and Mid, "Daddy Choir practice la being chaPdfrom of 12. Mrs. Joe Butlc gave was
why
Women ot the First three on, "A New Age Opens New
|I. Pope Paul wearing K crown'" Wednesday to Thursday eventngs. was welcomed u a new member Whole or Hall
,
bylerian Church entertained wit Doors taken tram the study
I mid him that It wam't a crown: A majority of the mem The minutes ot the May mt'Pllnlrand ,
a reception In Fellowship Ha book all the circles "Ul be using
It was a miter and henhlp and K summer activities were read HAMS
that that al prospects seem Friday night tram I until lOin this circle )'I'arThrl'l 39cWUI
K hop could wear mltrn I informed find this day more convenient and approved
honor ot the Rev. and Mr* Bran
and were fourteen members Ib.
him that Bishop Louts, I quote without further comment son Matney Jr., who left Mondaj' After the business reports
our Eplicopal Bishop to the soulh this rubric from the Book of Common announcements the program aManaeement prf'II<'f11
fur Greenville North Carolina. 1 with Mrs. M n
Principals amYour Circle mot Slice FREE!
wore a miter and that BlshojRtuart. Prayer "The Minister ofevery
Guests were greeted by Mrs Shelter as hostess. Mrs. J B
our Episcopal Bishop to Parish shall often admonish Happiness" was JII'I"II"I'ItPdhy
R. it M. Davtdsun, president o Mrs
the north wore a miter He Was the People that they defer no the Women ot the Church, awe Mrs. Marjorie Gregory Hum' Hlgdon chairman presided.
H. E devotional
little faster on hit feet than the Baptism of their Children and Demonstration Agent.Management Morgan gave the
a Mrs. W. R Fort. Elders and deacons
that is making dIP and the lesson The Ionium was USDA CHOICE BEEF SALE
he be
I thoudit might becausehe that It Is moat convenient and their wives assisted Ir "A
and from the circle study book
didn't hesitate a minute In Baptism should be administeredupon best um of what wt have "
entertaining during the mining .
observing that Bishop Went "the Sunday. and other Holy Caladlum leaves late summel what we want. In meeting our desires Mew Age Opens New HOOTS.
need to set for ourselvei There were nine members present SIRLOIN
bishop who t'O11t'1lo our church Days. Nevertheless it necessity and early\ all flowers were al we
never wore one and why wet so requires, Baptism may be administered points. ot Interest In Fellowship goals, then with onpuiiwtton cI .
thin! I thought I could get out upon any other day. Hall and the our needs, hopes, resources time Circle No. 3 met with Mrs M.
parlor
And aim he shall warn them that The two refreshment tablet energy, skill knowledge and \V. Munroe M hofttemi Mrs A. lb.79c
except for urgent cause they seek were covered by handsome linen money we can strive for our fu 0. Blackburn rluilrman presid STEAKS >
not to have their! Children baptized' embroidered with happiness.In ed. Mrs Blackburn gave Ux de
ELECTRICALSERVICE in their hour W* may not outwork and bowls .... home management the fish votional. reading 1 Thcsnalm-
I be getting unchurched, but It Cutglass punch;:; cluth'j decision II Important How can lana 5: 14-15 using i. her subect -
I' ,crlainly\ semi .. though we are arrangement you make !the right, decision H\ "ChrlHtlan Qunlltiei Mrs,
celling unmlnlittered. The departure "being Informed, and It you will r. P. Willlnnis 11till' lessoo, CHUCK
of the Reverend Bronson roses predominating snorted on the cookies other vail yourself of the resources dhe "A New Age Opens New Doors,"
end. at
Trays Demonstration Office with Mrs. a D. Bladtwelder. Mrs
Matney from the First Presby Horn
Anything from win erlan Church compounds the loss I were rult and also Ivy on leaves tilt table.were Rings floating d you will he equipped to make we Frank Taylor Mrs. J. M. Nichol STEAKS lb.59c

lira a house to replacing suffered with the resignation of In the punch which was served right denim son and Mrs. Bluekbum taking\
the Reverend Mont Hah from hours by After the conclusion rf the program part on the program
light bulb during till appointed
a I he Santa Clara Baptist Church .Irs.. Horse Curry, Mrs. Tom Ulaxwell. the hostcM served a party There were twelve members
but as Brmmon suggested' to me platt present with one new member
Mies
Mrs E. D. Davis
1 enlerday 1 he hud had his sevenat .tm. Jack Jones
> ROUND
Mrs. JUICY
Ike louise Quarterman Anthony
Shepardat time Circle No. 4 met with 'Mrs
ears and maybe It was
)
Lanier Rleharriimn
I. Wheat Mrs Hospital ReportAdmlwliwis.
lean George W. Munroe at "Mates
ones
to for the seven
Thli.try Is not a direct quote). We Laird.!rs. James Cox and Miss Garnet September I Mrs. M. B. Rolen. Jr. .hainimn, lb.79c

'etch for him a long and fruitful The Women of the Church peerented fhmuRh September M': !Mrs. Betty presided. His L U Willise STEAK
work the devotional using as "her sitssect -
ministry In his new college Virginia Reddick
SHELFEHBLITCHFURNITURE Mr. and Mrs. Matney with Jester Mrs.
role at Greenville N. C J11m i beautiful silver service as a Dr. Hltlian R. Roddick, Miss "Hope, Faith and tame
CO. waiting nowfnr I call from chess; ot love and appreciation Pamela Reddick. Miss Sandra reading appropriate acrllduraMiss
St Andrew's School In Sewanee, MrsBetty Marguerite Hendrlx gave the
of faithful ohnsm Ralph H. Strong
the
MAIIIISU lor seven years
1',.. 151-1431 to see how our two parishioners, service In the! First Church. Bradley. Mrs Josephine lesson from the studybook. Therewere
Warehouse Ph. MAla T-1100 I Don Hanney and Tony Munroe. are Many friends railed to bid the rising, Council Ystes, Oijleaby ten members presentOrel
fitting In to the life of a school Nordhaus Anrew No. I met with Mn. Fred
the Mrs. GeUh .
during even- gnaw
farewell
rouplt ...
'S. A.
,111toI. Cantey
run by our _Holy Cross fathers. I" Komegav Quincy; Mn Klbtlka ROAST 3ge
nMss. James C. Kin- as co oHless. Mrs.. R. B. Letter lb.
Tod Bell Mrs. John C Union -i wen Shepard Jr., chairman, presided. Mat
Thomas
Mrs. T. M. Cumbie and Mrs. try Mrs. Uxils Whltlen.
Klhllka the devotional I. readIng
LEAF THEATREPHONE It; D. Woodward Jr. had charged P. Nichols, Mrs. Carter Bruner, gave
the decorating. Diattahnochee: Mrs. Eva Mae Matthew T: T-t and using asher .
.... A. Smith, subject, "Prayer and Faith.
Mss Alvah Bryant. Mrs. R. V. Mills M. Margaret
Moms Butter, Mrs Havana S. A. Parramor, !MLPleasant Mrs. Tracy Riddle had charge ot
Mrs. :
MAin 7-8311 iutey .
Mrs. C R.Jiamhen.
Sneads the lesson, assisted by
Dramas Cumbie Mrs. Kenneth ; Jerry Shelter :
.
rhomas, Mrs. Henry Johnson Job Gelger. Hnafard; Mrs.. j..Pats: from the circle The leason study book was taken Tht ROAST 5ge
Mrs. Douglas Owens, Mrs. Don Smith, Greensboro; lb.
Wed., Thurs.. Sept. 16 17 P. C Davis, Mrs. Fred Maxwell Gretna and Mn. Lois Doors.topic, "A Mrs New Riddle Age Opens read Mark New
lodges .
Tallahassee.BIRTHS'
and the' Senior Fellowship finch
2 1 21-21 In connection wtth the
LIBERTY WAS HIS PASSION, / Cirls assisted with the entertainSelfrighteous : Mr. and Mrs. James : ..
.
ileven
I Mr. and I. m. There were members
Shepard. girl Sept ;
\ AMERICA HIS eOMJ.fiSIAIMUOIAllRIJ" "* ___ __ \Irs Ronnie Jester girl. Sept. I; present Inrludlnr1.."
people often owe !IIr. and Mrs. James Young, boy. Ion, Mrs. C. Nub rhllpot and FLA. GRADE "A" D&D Hi to 2 Lb. Average
heir reputations to the lack of lept 10 stall !Mr. and Mrs.! Rode :Mn. Cart Owrnby. .
Cede No. 6 met with Mrs. J L.
emntntions. nay E. Smith, boy 9-11. I
.
s a 1 s a u ertcnhaugh as h<*tess. Mrs. Kv-
/ erect Morrow, chairman presided.
Mn Bedenbaugh gave tilt FRYERS
WIHAIM SAUOUI.35 HILL DRIVE-IN devotional, reading! first Oirin- 3101199
toll ANIOMOeAM MANN UNO*M i' titans, lllh chapter. Mrs. S. M.

Strom rave the Isssnn from the
circle study hook Then weretwelve

Fri. Sat.. Sept. 18 19 FrU Sat. Sun. Orrle members No. T met present.with Mrs. W. SPECIAL WESTERN STEER SLICED t

I. Montague' as hostess. Mrs. R.
DOUBLE FEATURE THREE DAYS! ''W. Porter chairman, presided lb.29c
Mrs Norman Catlln gave the devotions BEEF LIVER
ACADEMY AWARD WINNING I' !. reading Mark 2: 21.22

BEWITCHING' ION CHANEY which was In mmteetlm with the
lesson. Mrs. W U Montagu gave
L\ I' 1 JACK HEDLEY I IT'S LUSTFUL the lenunn from the circle study
a UPROARIOUS AND., bonk All circles are. using the MARTHA WHITE

&! JILL DIXON GLORIOUS. study book entitled" "Summoned CORN MIX
-.eras.and I to a New Age, Part I. "Women
>a y ," and Chapter I,
In the New Ate
\"A New Ag Opens New Doors"

Problems discussed wr" "To ,,' MEALNORTHERN
,
Chung Or Not to CIa *.
Then were II members "pres _
C

MAt the clot ot the meeting qar 5 LB. BAG
social hour was enjoyed and the .. C
A 3 5 Lb. 7 9
hostess' served delldniis refreshments
r'' =e to tile members and guests Pko.
..eleF


KIDDIE SHOW SATURDAY! present Mrs. Douglass Brooks 39') a:

Is Hostess At Bridge c

RIDERS OF PONY EXPRESS Mrs Douglass. Brooks was Limit On With SSOf TISSUE I

,hostrss to her Tuesday after Mot rood Ordr.
.he noon bridge rkib tit. week
Flowers from her garden wet Hams Not Include

Sun.. Mon.. Tues., Wed.. effectively arranged In the party

Sept. 20 21, 22 23 ronmL Winner of high! SCOT Mn 4 Roll 29'COOKING

Henry Fsulk was awarded a Pack
DOUBLE FEATURE novelty as was Cart Spnonrr, V.
bingo whiner SPARELO
The hostess served an attractive
YI1ATAC .party plate at eonclualna of thegam i

S11 It wiJ i ,3 ., *. the Iced r''drink''*. were passedduring OIL No. 10Jug 89

'MllTlPII I Mrs. E. H. rVwtnn Is I new
To r: 1 1CNVAACOPI II member of the club.
Yili4UOOM I; I; I
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} DRCMCS FOR HEAT V4 OUNCE CANS
Colon .y DC LUX New York A hamsters onion
now. MMa1 rid .... attaa said seM COMING! Ural Itll. settled I dltput

M I.aI e .. I8IIRIt1I111'1111I1 GIIRIIItI..Me on that day caused walkout." truckers The to truck*ta(drivers a BLK. PEPPER 3 for10e

;
CHRISTINE KEELER stnrk went I drivers weresent
AND homo Jar wearing bertrasl.lxwis. 1a
They won the right lo
wear long shorts td the knee with
THE OLD SOLDIER AFFAIR racks cnmlnc up to the !rift. At
!least th* knee will let the eoul :
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:, THE Winter Lawns I ((11.0 ERLKAr:MEETS 4HUB

fi By Dr. Robert W. Srhfirjr. September I, 1084 at 4'00 p.m.
FARM tXrwtor The Lan Imtmite I the doverlraf Girls' 4-H Club
Looking for a substitute for ryegrass met at the auditorium at George

COMPARE HOW YOU SAVE t FRONT researchers In your suggest winter-seeding a blend: The of 1 I ing.Munroe School for their first meet

iner-textured specie*. *1 Refreshment were served while
u'
BY DOYLE CONNER often not so easily started Is projects and other event of the

COMMISSIONERFIORIDA ryegrass, but their delightfully coming year were discussed.The .
delicate "fabric" and deep color club was adjourned by
DEPARTMENT
OF
AGRICULTUREA
make them far more attractive their adult leaden Mrs. EmittBietenholi
ATKING Nor do they generally need much and Mrs. John Germ!! ,
mowing; and unlike ryegraM In Gene Carroll
OPEN startling prediction that UM recent winters, they are completely reporterperJOl1tl
We Feature world Men "the matt colossal winter-hardy. In spring
VALLS catastrophe In history" beglnnlni HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS they give ground gradually as the
7 DAYS In the 1970's was nude recently permanent grass revives. Blends
Frosty Morn to the American Chemical Soc e. are generally recommended to
1)'- take advantage of the respective
Progressive famine threateni By Marjorie B. Gregory strong points ot different species
A WEEK hundreds of million "even hil noise nemonntraUrai Agent What greases are used In these
COLE Meats lent," ot people In many cow ROME MANAGEMENT HM.P; blends. fine fescues are basic Mr, and Mn Warner Sanfonl
tiles according to Dr. RaymondEwell Gadsden County Home Demonstration with Oregon varieties such as and son of Atlanta were recent
vice president for research,, Clubs are studying Home Chewing Illahee or Pennlawn guest ot I his mother Mrs. R. C.
FOR YOUR State University New York. Management during the fall often used. Good quality Kentucky Sanford and Miss Alice Sanford
A Product of To forestall such a terrible develupment. months In an attempt to become bluegrass, or Its fast-eprout- enroute from Miami.
SHOPPINGCONVENIENCE S U P E R Dr. Ewell urgei early more efficient In operating their log variety Park, are suggested Mr. and Mn. Crime ot Long
distribution by the U. S. and homes. Like them ask yourselfAre to back-up the fine fescues. Bent. bland, N. Y. visited relative

Your Horn County Europe o( hug amounts of fer you I good manager grass Highland Is the most economical
MARKET dllier to get an Immediate .tart To answer this question, remember ) or other trailing sorts here.Mr.. and Mrs. James T. 1\tort on
on boosting food output in th M that good manaKl'mpntdlll'ln't such as Poa trivially help weave spent the weekend at their home
countries where population increases mean merely keeping tighter cover, especially late in here. They were accompanied
already are outrunning bull)'. Good management meant their
the season by son Jimmy who attend
FRESHPORK their agricultural resources. being productive. ed the Annual Semialachee Lade
u But even if food production Uxxxted If you are always telling your Fall Pow-Wow September 11, .2
f Dr. Ewell lean, famine family and friends how busy you Social Security and 13 (t Camp Semialachee m
/ /+ will engulf millions upon mlllloni are it may be time to auk yourself Tallahassee,
CHOPS ot people unless lomething done "what am I really accomplishing Information"Every
i to control population growth ?" Mr. and Mn. B. E. Anderson,

tint to suffer he believes, will Do you work hard but always three months, many of daughter Deborah Ann and son
Bob, Misses Catherine liar.
be India Pakistan and 0 nL seem to be behind? Do you wonder the maids and other household Mary
mon Sally Hall spent the weekendin
Following\ wl1be\ Indonesia,, how you can ever catch up? workers In padsden County lose
Jacksonville with Mr. Ander
Home economists with the Florida valuable social secuH'y credits,
Iran, Turkey, Egypt and some M. R.
son' brother Anderson.
w others and then, by the 1980s,, Agricultural Extension Service said Walter Kchoe, district manager
attended the Beatles thusperformance
> CENTER that It Ian't the noun for nodal security In Tallalassoe. -1 They
a 5ge the other countries of Asia AfrIca suggest
) at the Gator float.There
.
CUTS Ilse and Latin America will be hit. hat are Important "Household workers have
_. crowd of
Inste dlIt's was a 30,000 people
I
? On the heels of that gloom the work you gel bra's under social security since this show
viewing trld.iynight.
w 'oriyaM' I noted I news report done 930, but many employers still' .

gk1w that the U. & la rushing four U you are behind In your work,, don't understand about" the taxes Lackland
hat must be paid he added. Joseph Itornsby, Air
million tons ot what to India between ma that
apecialists suggest you
now and next FebruaryThis and consider what I I. really When questioned about how to Fore Base is spending a 15 day
lop the made these leave with Mr. and Mn. John McAfee.
report by
addition wagea
It In to 800,000 ton
for to do for
FIRST 49C shipped In August.It Important and you you workers, Kehoe listed these rules: I He will then be stationed at
CUTS Ib family yourself. 1. Any household worker who Ellsworth Air Force Base Rapids
Decide what ar* three or tour
w, was 1M yean ago that i be makes J50 or more In a calendarquarter thy S. D.
British economist startled England top priority tasks that can should be reported Mr. and Mr*. Lex Bryant and
with an essay expressing some done in the time available. 2. One-half of the tax should daughters Carol Jean and Patriciaot
revolutionary theories on population Determine! what tasks you car be taken out ot the worker' wag- Jacksonville spent Thursday
and its relation to food finish In the allotted results.Don't tim .that e. This amount I II matched by and Friday as guest of his brother .
the most
production. It caused a great will produce with the employer. and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs.
FRESH PORK confuse being busy
uror.Thomas. 3. The report should be madeat Alvah Bryant and son Billy.
being productive. the end ot each quarter. A Mr. and Mn. R. D. Woodward
Robert Malthus (1788- studies In
Home Demonstration simple form available from the Mr Douglas Owens Miss Garnet
1834) maintained that the realisation *
October will be "Food Management
of society will always Internal Revenue or social secur- Laird Susan Woodward, BillyBryant
STEAKS be hinder: by the miseries Home"November and "ManagingYour December, !ty offices, can be used. Joe Gregory, Tom Davidson
j 49c consequent on the tendency of "Time Management." Could these The importance of these reports Francis McCall Louis Doon-
Ib. made clear when Kehoe
population to increase faster than help ? wss explained pro of the First Presbyterian
you that worker's social
he means of subsistence. a Church and Bob Smith and Lewis
Malthus asserted as a fact that security protection depends on BI'OI1I010( New Phlladlcphia
I population always Increases up to them. "Unless the wages are reported Church attended the Curriculum
the limit of the mean of subsistence the employee gets no Covenant Life meeting at the First
LEAN MEATY and Is prevented from credit for the work. In many Presbyterian Church In Tallahassee

!going further by the positive AROUND case, this means no payment can I _Sunday afternoon. _
be made to the worker or his
of famine and
checks war peiUence
and the Influence! of amity In case of disability retirement
miseryand
The or death Kehoe also Mason Music
NECK vice.
BONES 5 49 He later suggested "moral re SQUARE mentioned the wisdom of makingthe

Ibs. straint" a* a preventive check, report and paying the taxeson COMPANY
time. "When back taxes are
doubt that the
but expressed a, suh>.r I U E. Washington Street
human race would be willing to paid, a penalty and Interest are
FRESH GROUNDBEEF regulate It* numbers by the excreta added to the amount," he ex- PIANOS ORGANS
ot prudence and restraint. lalned.
Kehoe aid the people In the Band Instrumentsand

Critic of the Malthusian theory Tallahassee Social Security Of-
It'* mystery to me how newbuildings flee will be glad' to help any housewife Accessories
noted he assumed! the great increase
leak old
than
more
to also making the quarterly
39cQ In the British population Milldlngs. Her house Is Horn Ph. MA 7-6705
our over :
reports. The next report I* due
of his time due to
was a supposed
Ib. 30 year old and the roof didn'tdJil
lot later than October 30.
sharp rise In births. Later Wed.. Frt.i .
Man Taes.
one during the storm. Ones
A from this office
-
representative
research however, showed that nr::
the blow I think .... 8H
will be at the Courthouse In, 4 to < AH Day
the population growth then was i
EARLY RISER George Marcus civil defense director
SMOKEDSAUSAGE
\ Quincy every Monday from 9:30m.
the result solely ot a.fall Jn the In Gadsden County should '
death rat*. to 12:00 noon to assist persons
will\ be critics be commended. Understand his In filing a claim or wanting
\ I assume there Positive Protection
In little building
headquarters were a -
ot Dr. EweU prediction that other Information concemlg social
behind the Catholic Church .
3 Ibs. 89 mankind Is facing a catastropheo : Quincy. It the winds had been" security matters. Against TERMITES!

be preclpitsteoT by widespread 70 m.p.h., he probably would have
for cash I III good
Buying a way
famine. He note that In the
been swept All the other II
away.
M keep debt paid.
threatened areas present trend your
organizations In the county who
indicate a population\ growth of were ready and waiting should
DIXIE CRYSTAL ONE BILLION in the next 20 receive gold start too.

years.However. And did you notice all the fan Floor Covering 5
science Is opening cy design In tape on the store
cast new frontiers whoa poislbiU- windows aroundabout tol1l1Wun't
tiN for exploitation for food productim It exciting though Including formic

SUGAR 5 Lb. C may be almost unlimited Chuckle of the Week Hutch Inlaid linoleum nibbet.rlayl. .
The ocean are believed to contain was ranting around last Thursday sackCounter
Baa tremendous quantities of mat along with "Dora" wondering who
erlal adaptable to conversion had t his truck. After asking several rimuti-nuTii Wall
Into food. Top talked is nor hben htay and
people It they had seen it. loon out ttntidwtti.lly ttmr Mmt
With Food Order k Furthermore population control Hutch finally remembered he had ... ......" rtdd.nt VMI said.1
... .. ....
may not be so difficult to left It on the other side of the j WorkAU worry about Ih. tMtrvctrv. .
acts M hawyou. irerm c or
achieve a* Mallhus believed you
So In the rain he
square. over build.e I spsly WoUnt'lumbor pr.**
Government sponsored programs had to go. ...,.,...'0<1 Woln.nlt.d
are underway in India and Japan lumb |'..' pottltvt protKIHMi.Slri.t
The bent ot luck to the Rev.
TTP.* l.fmrt and rat ttKk. Vet
STANFORD BABY COMO TOILET and In the latter have a 1 ompllshed a halt in the expand- family in their new venture. Allot tins t% to th. OMI ot i MM horn.
log trend noted prior to World us are going to miss them. Expert Installation Writ. *r UN today foe
LIMASCARNATION 12 Or.Pkg. 10c TISSUE 4'C$1.00 War 2. Passing Thoughts Wonder i Wf aOOKUT
At the rate scientific research why our supposedly farsighted
baa been pouring new developments legislator haven't introduced a SHE ER.SUTCH See er call your local lumber
Into our world of today
law test before
I requiring a literacy
dealer er Post k Limber
things not be too black forth
PENNY may vote
to "
one can register '''
"' "'
"' Preserving Comptay
world of tomorrow. Wonder why it wasn't done 10 "O\IIIQ Itax>A

\ MILK Remember the "chicken war" years Prea agoT decent Wonder get why it*the fact Free Phone W7-I07S
3 J.:1. 39c DOG FOOD SJ.:1.;.39
( on that U.Dared S. poultry over shipped Increased to levies coun- straight"reporters"Wonder have ever if any lived of on It a*

tries of the European Common (farm? Worked In tobacco Owed

PERFECTION ROBERT'S VANILLAWAFERS Market the thousand of dollar tobacco
No one seems to be much concerned farmer owe and paid Interest on
1
about It now. U. S. poultry the debt? Loaned hundred of
RICE 3Lb. 1 export for the first S months dollar to Negro tenants and W
35.c Bagb.; 29c I this year showed a 27 per cent never collected Gotten up In the
Bag gain over the previous year. middle of the night taken a sitk
I According to the Institute of Negro to the hospital and endedup
PRINCE ALBERT American Poultry Industries our paying his hospital bill Showed .
AUSTEX SPAGHETTI and
poultry' shipments: West Germany up for work Monday morning
i climbed 11 cent, or halfway
the ot Negro
Noticed majority

TOBACCO $1.75 Meat Balls '2 3 49c( pile back ot a 4)to per the cent 11182 duty peak compared In- schools than In Gadsden the white County schoola arenewer ?
ALUMINUM
c with 119 per cent ad val Knew that adult education ctasees
orem prior to July 21. 1(82. are conducted In the county for
In 1981 poultry exports to both white and colored? Really-
I Greece Jumped 400 per cent and you should check your facts INSULATING
SUPREMEALL FLAVORS HANDY PAle CRINKLE CUT Ito Japan 1.100 per cent over the but that would be too much to ask.
previous year. It would never do to have your
reader read the truth. No Indeed WINDOWS
and DOORS
ICE MILK On ot the tarpon at Marine-
49c !
\ Go! POTATOESSUNGOLD land of Florida baa been Uvlng tot Well. bv-bv* for this week and
the Rectangular Oceanartum line the bed of kick tomorrow night
NEEDS NO PAINTING0
II" __ Quincy Tiger*!
FLASH! mama going to be a
bumper sticker drive around the
Saturday afternoon. Be -
square
2 Lb. 29FIRM sure M get your Goldwater ticker

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STAMPS Hi Post Cereal
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!,: p OTTOES SOUP 2IOi' OL33c 12 O:. Z9c
I Vinegar 39c :
I t."11. Coup pal km.....20.j i SULTANA _Box2c _
OH' Label
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ga 39c Mrs. 1 Filbert'sGolden
Jar
{ra PLAID ";.J:! (.49 SULTANA SALADDRESSING QuartersMARGARINE
It.- 25 STAMPS HiS j j,0"

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&I J.Ml.Instant"GMPM Drink 33c Irpl.JO.g j;< WHITE SEEDLESS 2 Ibs. 29 Nutley OLEO Solid 2 Lbs. 27c Fall Cleaning_is no puzzle_with WAX
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i iii a.ij:ii' PRUNE Ibs.29c ;
i. PIAIDSTAMPS 2 BISCUITS 6 Pkgs. 49c ,
25 PLN 4V.Prices '
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Ift1l. W. twpr.dpw..r.. N !: 2 ''bs 29 rr, .-.- MW tomr.Y. ..i..t..-
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Light Tuna 35c Roka Dressing 49cCasino SUNNYBROOK GRADE A JANE PARlER WHITEBREAD SOF PLY BAnmOOMTISSUE
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Macaroni&Cheese 89c Dressing 39c
n OK ru-..... to-I 0...... EGGS
Ritz Crackers- 41cFrench Jell-o Gelatin_ 45c
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WBATt TIB: MATTE
WITH AMERICA
For tarn weed wad our n*.
ton will be considering lit tuturt .
Penontlltlei and ptrttet I
will claih, charges and counter .'! Small ', ;
chargM will By, and word by the ff I SY ,N t a
mllllont will be thnut upon the t
public contdoutnett. Enduring Whole 28
aU this, w. mutt look for the
lieu,. and the ideas ratter than I j
get sidetracked with mipwfldtU I D ST (
f
1
tort to see U we can dtocover tIl Q ,
LB. at >
meaning that w1I1l give iniight and 111 !U w
direct our action a* reaponilMedttoent. W
America to lying to
need' If it ever hu. I weU-ln-
armed electorate tots November QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT. 19TH
Bo* camp of partiiun dlputanti ,*- m5eW aresfe. ssL r Mlee/e N,_.... '.
are going to try to make c
the oppotltion look bad. Each side i
will try to thaW that whatever II a.c'U1il "' :II- ..,"" _1.r: 1. PI'i1lm'.IV i r 'T "",",,, ._..:MI
wrong with America to to be laid 1
at the doontrp of the other. At OSCAR MAYER ." 'i
the tame time, each aide wUl u-
W.D BRAND SIRLOIN
turn .. much credit ai poulble
for the rood thlnjt that are enJoyed Wieners..u
i
by the U. S. A. All All li ,
expected Some of It will make SWEET JUICY RED TOKAYGrapes Steak 98 dr
sense and some will not. Any PILLMURY FLAKY 9 .
1 ::
emphaali on the negative bound L LI. t/
to tugzMt to foreigners, ai It ua- Biscuits 2 6 Ct. 19; W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND _
tally 1 does, that we are obsessed Ana :

with telMwtrucflon.glorktaUnc Puritanlim. defcatiim, and REG. J9< PILLSBURY CAKFrosting. FRESH FANCY JONATHAN .
'Time 5 49, Steak. LL 88 i
Thli, of count, will not be 29 Apples BAG .
the whole 1t0l'). Free and open CAN ; ,
debate, even with exaggeration, GA. RED SWEETPotatoes W.oBAAND. ROUND !
U unefui when nearly everyone li REG. 49 FISH FILLET FRESH Afaj

making!. That observations stocktaking and that evaluation comet 4 LBS. <** Roast 88

our every kind four of yean"democratic li ewentlal republlcanlmi. to. Grouper. LL 39* String u. ; i

." It If an Inventory oftort. Mountain Grown
PEG 49
., to help ua lee what wean < COPELANO FRESH PORK 39 t/ 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *66 BELOW
what'i ahead and where to 1. us. "
go. la the proceta, lest we ba- Sausage 39; I bLANS =

come whati pputmlitlo wrong while with conildertng AmerIre !KRAFT SLICED AMERICANCheese ''FANCY GOtDEN' BANTAM G r. Beef 5 ,''fa.$1'1 _
we mutt not forget that a =

great tion. deal We have U right a with great our ees na to '12-01. Corn 10 EARS 5 9 t/ 100 EXTRA STAMPS wth Coupon '67 Below HORMEL y

cherish and preserve U well .at 49 1
Pk0
big challenges to face. LL' j
Before being we buy offered any of in the tilt catchwords political COOK QUIK CUBEDSteaks ;- Can Ham 3 CAN

year we ought to Ilk what
the programs embraced will do 10 pi;89//
to the America we already have. LAND 0' SUNSHINE PURE CREAMERY
Do the program offered lor turn
future greatmat build upon American

The principle Great Society"? The t.Mlhe of Butter 59 FROZEN FOOD *
out by President Johnson tug- BAKERY SPECIALS LO V
'
grits that the American Way It
MINUTE MAID
not enough. The necessity tor FROZEN ORANGE
change, tome argue, Juntlflei gtr.nHe \> SAVE $ 2/S1 CRACKIN' 0000 CHOC. PECAN THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS

Utopia I effort tuch at toward that dretmed tome new of Delight 5 64z.; 39, I
Cookies 3' l.SAVI ten
by taunt Karl Marx and other author- P : .

Can:. thli InltUflv Great, Society Anyone?that the 5.2CAACKIN' GOOD ALMOND CHIP f JOB Milk' HALF j"y MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY r
President talks about reAlly eliminate 13-01 i C1 GAL r- .1
poverty (which II tometlmet Cookies : $1 |j jj 8w $|
the result of thlftlenneii or 0 Pkg. SAVE 16' MAZOLA 6 0 t PIGS Pies I.

he lack have of ambition In mind etc Jurt), or another does SAVE S.2/2t CRACKIN' GOOD PECAN fl TBtelEl ,

wealth Marxian? If way this to Great rtdiitrlbute 9ocf.ty the It Oil 48-oz.
to bring absolute equality to all : Com I 69 1
L where than none hllllelr\lbor.to bluer what nor imaller It left- : JAR aenVte49/

In thli Impossible Utopia for man 13-oi.l SAVE 8 DELSEY TOILET :!
to do for 11I117W. Cookies 3
A are not daarrlMng. the PkgL", TPO REG.49'' .. MRS. SMITH'S
+' American Way, but the afl powerful ,
stab that "takit care'1 of REQ 11DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON
tw all In Id particular, 'bed 26-0=.
.E19" Pie 39x

priae already, pre system-punched have,, hat the way.done private what 1 more;enter we to Raisin BunsPK. 29y issue Apple SI=. i I'

distribute goods and wealth into
the' hands of people (even the


liberate ever cherish unambidoui non-freedom.thought it it enough)and of than Why encourage by to advocate any do do more we system It not of to to ...II4 A6Ik._. 4..1Ik 1 1Ik I


work even better Instead we FOLGER'S "" Ajax .
keep ahnut what govern- Laundry PILLSBURY .
"
:'IdnL
Insist for the peoplel e; / ,


told sand friend In w.foreign that(against Q and If Improve policy alllet we Onmmimtim take areas will OnnHve a,not we ttrong like our art I COFFEE \ I Detergent \ / FLOUR .\ I I ICAN


u. Yet the only ttmi In the

of present the free decade world that have the milled nation unaiumoualy I I.LB, .
GIANT
behind ut was when 5-LB. i
Prealdent Kennedy told off 69"
Khruahrhev, In the Cuba affair '- I BOX 58 ,, trj f] BAG 49 .
Then when we relaxed that firm 'f ,
grip returning the old non4nterTerence San 1m
policy a Soviet fortress 14' Sa.. 21' iSa.\ .. 12' .
.... created In our hemisphere ,

that and hat Infiltrated enslaved. the Itt red free of people thetIPrnIlplfl'l. W,et SAVE IB' ASTOR 6 SAVE 110 ARROW 111 SAVE 5tt< LYKE'S LUNCHEON "


bet a Admiral bigger.... problem AiWgh Weakness Burke than produced we was had reeenlly \ Coffee a 59 'V"..oelergenl B 48 6ft Meat 3 : .l.TMTIO X

asked about Americas x
..",.kneII.. He answered that our .v
people teem unaware of thrir own % --.C.a '
apathy that we are reluctant to .
to face aolve.problem He was that crltfctd tn difficult d our .I. .... I

apparent lack of moral courageto
Hand on principle, or even to
have ttrong prlndplee. lie toored
our unwUllngneai to compete SAVE 10' DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
EXTRA
or to get Involved In unpleasant I EXTRA EX TRMA
altuatiofli, at well ai our grasp dpi_GREEN M.....r1Ow.STAMPS.. .b GREEN STAMPS I .l'.I!. .! 1:
for the easy quick way out. slid r.ww r MOW M r,1+Y. .
ewe If. ,..... .. 39 .
These not weaknesses Inherent e rAe. Ills.
are tlAHOODOCR 'A."OW.M 'I.III'\'U'". QT. e. ;::
NOa .
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In the American character d '
Dinners 21. Sau.ale 69' 1d1J( Tuna 4l.
but they do show that we have e J
-Tmv tvnMn _
not had our own beat interests at lent Y r e Ln/ C r >- Turn tirrmM* ItTH _
heart and have been reluctant to ..--- '" :::: .. '*. SAVE 10* DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRYPreserves r
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la
lead" the free lei. Nothing
with America that Mind
wrong
policy and principled leadership EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA 24-0BAR. ;;

cannot cure. dp.(. GREEN. .STAMPS I I dx...er GREEN. w.r STAMPi MO.eN I dpi wr GREEN+.a red.STAMPSEXTRA... : 39 ;
eatimated 10 cent ol
An per ewe hoe. hs.w ..
Owf a.e he. f '- :
email coins In this countryare
the -
held In piggy banks and funds other P.oats./Sal Grow.und E3' ttf PI :1 .soeor. 89 SAVE 3. A CAN THRIFTY MAID }
collection If these :
family
see
TeV.owss ttn* a eNIM ewes.nr.Ma
ate. lms f e.e enrw teal
were deposited In a savings account
would earn Interest n u.r menw eN
and be they Just aa available whrnneeded ; a nil : Apple 2 25 I.
Help ahortage relieve by the shifting temporary EXTRA E-; Sauce CANS :

your saving s from you ploy bank b_GRPIrSTAMPS I I 4. GREEN STAMPS. I dpi GKEfN STAMPS _
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REG 23. .
to a thrift account. .er..wrM. wr.r rrr. DIXIE DARLING CRACKED WHEAT
... ,
iJ ewe I. how Ow.e.
e/ 00 011 lloal

change Many,purchaaei away.people Thli by save putting to fat! grad vacatlonier small way Mae Estates aCN'--2ii.nwee law. -Ham IlD/lw t..-C:2": lane' : -wCandy--"" /.' B d 2 1601.LOAVES. 33 ,/ rar .i

to ahortage save but ot there amall U wtna.a temporary Take aw-- ,. .:-- .:..w..a eye rea -,!

your savings to your bank! .. '..-
The Government will mint U Jn
Nnion coins this year, and more '


help shortage still than have there In twice alleviate circulation.by to that keeping a ahortag many mil the temporary next.coin You you can But The Smapf Plaee To 00. .. Mi' Good Things To.Kat t. ;il



Tour will fatter In
savings grow
.. .. .
thntt aocount. Saving In amall 00 .,
amounti to a good old Americas ;i
I habit but right now there laihortage I
} of coina. Take your mine 315 West Jefferson Streetr
In
' to your >>
. j a ngbankccount Theyhens will 4
earn Interest there.r .

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2. Boy Scouti 11. Volunteers! of America
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PAGE TWKLVl GADSDEN COUNTY..... QUINCE, ItORTOA,_THURSDAY, _ _
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Kwllecld W. L. I. C Dollar BOOJX) of Educarlon.
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I, The National Outlook I W. B. Miller Sr. Marvin Lb., BoiHns The I" Funeral Home v

Dies In J W. McAIHstfr, R M. Reyn' In srrangemenls.HOIBLWIC9 .

IL ull GeorgiaFuneral old Sr.. toss Lynn. T. F Willis

By George Harrdoni i Will, By Spooner, A. p. NAB THIEF

tlNnu.ItD JOBS AND block of Insurance at very low 0 terriers were conducted Plod Dave L.- Hiring the (

UNKMI'LOiKU) : 1'EOI'I.R: ('%t. The basic plan calls for for W B. Miller Sr.. 74, ot AttipulKUS Arnold, E. H. Frank, a rent c I,

The Department ol Labor baa the employer (o pay the portion I Ca. at 3 .' last Battles, Bob Higdon. Dr. Charles had been robbed at 1 a :'I:i ,

Announced that it II undertaking of the premium each year covered Wednesday afternoon ta the A1 BcUville, Paul InRrara J D Pattenon. -'en housewrvH took chase

a pellet of surveys to determine by cash value, taking btle to pulsu* Methodist Church Edwin Palterson J. H the bandit nit rbroomi I.,,, e

in certain labor marked, the the cash value Thus, the plan 1 Rev. Canton Pollack and the Rev I' Patterson, Bobby Wii. Lloyd and tolling pin Ty corneirf

number and character of Job I II not actually net cost to the W. C Interment Rich Sr, Uoyd .. Olnnl the inlet In a and
B ofllcu.
vacancies. Thli will In a scone employer, except for loss of earn ., .. t Cemetery. : Ridges. Ramsey Simmons .. guard until polic arrIved.SlIME Itl

be parallel to the Dl'partmrnrlunemployment mgt or profit on the premium ad. : David B Hrr Nussbaum

survey they vanced. The employee pays the } % Mr. Miller, a native of W. Powell, MMBER U

have been counting the people balance of the premium, this decreasing Ga., was a DtrCt 'Jln Stevens, Cruise Dukes C.
tc .. Luther S. L Las Vega FIrmer
who can't find Jobs and now they to nothing eventually wa a Ma. Tern C. Swlc Hly

will count the jobs that can't findpeople. The employees I beneficiary receive pie, former Al County HOJI, Mlon 0 WI. wood hotel m Glynn Wolp i
: membr' '
Charlie married hi* sixteenth
the face of the policy I I less t I. 1..A

It U certainly appropriate topeek the cash value (which goes to i'v ty, Board of(Education and!C lAngley, Curtis Due. W. H Wend rep Wolfe left Ht.'....
cancel out his dint Bell. Kane wood ago after ,
Information on a systematic Hie employer to tee of the MethodistChurch. Prpr. ) lift ?

bail U the government U to premium payments In the eventof He Atpulg 8 Siocklo Preston Leslie. marriages, mOI to teenaee*.

spend money on training program, the employee death. This his horn after an Illness of a Joe Jo Dk.J. M. Taylor Demerle his new bnd

to help unemployed people It had gives a very low cost Insurance week Sr., Dr 'O Tay Pierce I II 18, a dYr and the

for the ,ployee. The employer Marvin of two .
better know what kinds of ftklll plan three brother. WII Mor 1.

employer, are looking for, The i* covered for the amount A.8urv1ue Ga. W. HMiller Br Stear and
new data on Job vat.anelc should he paid and could borrow on this Mlr. Joulr Trustee EXt little and you win apa r*
and W. G
and Decatur CountyHARRISON
alito help the agencies government cash value If needed Miller, Monttcello; three listers, ,Omrh. -yu' _disappointment_

and private, who counsel In your (case you indicate thai Mrs. J. J. Amsterdam,

young people on the prospects for you actually Intend to pay out ,' Ga., Mr C. Lller. Attapul- AUTO

careen in various fu'Ids, cash, that Is, e Hume some of the ., and R lather.. Wil PARTSUSED
You could therefore, vary g ,I
cost L- Jacksonville erandchil-.
:
duration of Definition i the plan to undertake yourself all 1.dren and treat I I CARS

But statistics always have their of the premium In the first o Indcld. .
bPa USED PARTS for all makesof
limitations and we should beware year, this would be almost total AclYI pl John Lewis Y
In advance of some of the Tylor. Cars and Trucks
a cost, due to lack of cash value; W. C Griffin, Jack Lester ., .
Inter
problems of collecting and In the second year, your cash WED SEPT. II-Princess Anne-Marie of E. M. William Miller and
preting figures on Job openings.A value equity would reduce this Denmark and King Constantina of Greece wave GriU. 24.HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
be defined to the throng from balcony of the Danish National Theatre la Lee ,
will Copenhagen during aa laUrmlsaloo.
Job vacancy cost somewhat, and year by year, JUNKED CARS
as an opening for which the emim your actual cost would dimmish The king 24 and princess, U, wed la Athena on Sept IS. Serving a* honorary McAli plbar-I BU

.> r I* ".,tliwlv scrjchuT an 'until ft ntarhpf Vera aa In Annual ers were Malcolm 1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7-7115

applicant. This '.Is'similar to the m:j'j payment; = and the aggregate-of Vlrel'l, Frank Jones, J. G. I

definition of an unemployed pr-r- all premium payments would be 1-

slit as one who Is 'looking for o fuel by cash values after a PROPOSE CONSTITUTIONAL .M BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 3. 1964WCTTOX

",ork." But hi both instances there to period of yean NOTICE Or SPECIAL ELECTION Constitution of Florida la ban- .if publl Inetructlon reu..tln. tlon, to the method ot ,.I.ln. or amending leerIng lnlri
art wide variations from case b p Hgred to and ba submitted bs Issoanee r.l.Unl .lo.toa.r ''not Ule.t. at
ot
( .r .
than thre.
To Illustrate a firm act up aplit .b.1 any portion or per
tb..or cent
,
WUBHBAI, the Leglelatur of potnn It (UI
case In the amount of effort puts dollar: variation plan like lilt, under the Con.tltullon ol Hat for to ,abs .I.clor of the. sJ itlon or ot qualified adding ssctlon 14 pro.ldlnl either brant of .Poe annum In such dtnomlnatl,,,,.
con rejeuto or ihallba for mnana to at regular iialon, or and matnelog
Into the aearcn. In practice Hut .ltlo.Uon .I.clo. tr..hold. .0nUnull any ( .t .uoh wllb.n
t ill oC the of florid did
mibjective Judgment is this for In.th year-old key employee Joint Kn.olulloni U.n .t (he I .1.cUoo ::lulra '0' the Inuaocl of Stale and Local Oo.rnm.nl. any ipeclel or eicraordlnary Ch" oty.ine Mar"u) p.,..
ttderable PMS yropualngamendmenta ta
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held In nUt t
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amount of 50,000 !o..mb. al op.rs.tlom In period of sastos called for the purpoas. h. board may d.termln
to the
to Conitltutluijof n
involved in the decision as '1'11I annual cost of the plan was the mat of Florida, and they Mention II IHot BUNDSFOK NO. 4 emergency resulting dli- may peoposa by JoInt rsaaiolaar.ntsiai .ddlto. to .",ialog th. Pll".
to include CAPITAL IN8UHI *.,.r. .4 a of the oonitl- provided .
whether or not OUTtA by *tBK .nU. by .latute .
mara .. ,
(1,100. The cash value Increased a eaara.d to byavutaut k Nclt. ,a) January COMMITTJI 8tBtTITUTI FOR lack. .i atlas or a or amendment Ih. InvMtment of
alnklng
Sued
ginal cases. each until by the ihrei-fuiha of the membtrs lot- sees and for thlrtyflva (I.) UULt& of portion or said hoard
year IT RESOLVED any may the
tk
The unemployment itatlstlcs .d lO .ob houl. The voIle 01 yeari threaftr, the first NO. III by Legl* pUoa. u. .lokJ i
whether l 13th year the annual cash value aid Joist Si.alutlosi war. an. oeedi of th reoenuee pro. JOINT RB.HOLUT10N ., latur of II,. Stale of florida: th..of and may direct r. lands e..I.to ...d bn. .?
Information on I d.rlrdfnm prapos.log vld for .tr'ties!
si *
give no That th* fol lowing amendmentof th.en a special
srsd
Increase exceeded the net payment upan ahslr r..psctis the ltennstng or manor alt amendment t* Artlcl rod0
those unemployed are suffering The corporation had to ournals, wIth Ih. ,... .lIcI sat. Ides to Ih. entent ". ....' XII, Section I of th* But Con. Article XVI, of the Florida If th* Joint rv,. lion I I. ..dopl..d brldr. dl.lrol ., '
any hardship In a similar way iherxm, end they did determine 10 comply with the provlalona of atltutloni; authorlilng Principal Constitution by adding section, by vole of .. ?fifth (I/I) lured ho.und.or lb. _
will not know from a mere make the first year payment in and dlrtot' Hint lbs mid Joint this ihall a* of Htsta Fund to 1A I. agreed le and .h.1 b. of the member elected to each maturing bond pan, .
we full a* an expense Item but after Heeolutloni b* submitted to tinlectors ed .nle4m.nt monthly ooll.tI" ba spndd t'o Outlay s ubmittal to the the b oa.s. lh. Pool and n. p.ln. herein of any other ", .
their
count of Job openings, what (hat it was on somewhat of of abs Mtat of Florid county capital outlay and dabi.eviee Oi b.h.1 of .C.C. for ratification or rejection h. ......I spas t..I, ,.) .h.1.' &JP soy oilier .P..I.I road ad,,
effect II on the employers' operations. ana t the Ganaral jLleotlon' on No-' .. ichonl fund In the .t.c. a Learning l.lulon., t at the .nerc I lotlon hold Journl.cod ha "rpo.d e.I. dl.lrlol or olher en. '

Inability to fill a Job may Investment basis, the payment being c ember I, teal, I I Ircaiury, and uaed only a! pro.lditl Junior College!, and Capt lr In November, n4 ." shall b. .ub. that a. t9M thereof, prwd'a i
emergency whlih. offset to a large extent by UM NOW, T1IKHEPORB: !, 1, TOM c In thin amendment, ituchHe Oolt. for Public SECTION I A. Continuity of milled to the alwtora of th*' the value thereof malue,4 Into
represent an Or increasing equity in cash value DAMS, secretary of Slats ol r r..u.hatS b. dl.trlbut.d an.isti1 BM IT RESOLVED by ::0ltl.: tonrnm.nt The leslilatui. s[at* for '.Ullo.lon or ,..J.o.tlon mal shall b* the as an Invet p7d
seriously Impedes production. Meantime the policyholder had a he Stale U, FlorIda do b..b, n, amine lb esev.e.1 o..un. lau,* of the Ktit. of Insure oonllnultyetat <: at tk* ral .I.to.' fnr. which shall price
it may be merely an Inconvenience g lee nolle that a l In tha ratio of the numba echoic XII, ** and local (ovtrnmtnufiratlona held more than ,.vai(7 days, the.'.rvalue not .IC"1
whlih Is met by minor procedural block of lift Insurance without of I Inilructlon unit In counvldcd bs FlorIda Commotion b. s In prlod of .inrsniy after adoption Of : reaolutlon and pi. accrued Inveitm'
cost to him, Waiting at $30,000 GENERAL ELECTION I' In unit mae oompul.d .. pro. a mended a* set forth below and, e lultlns from disaslorataoeady t ..., by caSe ot three, ."ISi Inlereit" "W
adjustments and slowly decreasing to about will b* hld In each County In h.r'n.' The amount of Ihi t hat t be sub.iltttd. b enemy attack, ahall hv th. loun"4 of th "."b.r., ot Ib b.I a the .
1 1In
dth'.mI
that the newJobvacant ,.. and the lmmdlat pr oat (I) ann',,n,.
It is anticipated S florid on lbs tint Tueiday aftr flr.t .nu.. darlvad tom the of Florida powr duty Iou. th* legl* p.
? data will help to settle (30,000: In the 20th year. By that (hi tint Monday (n Nuvemb ., lloennlna-' motor vehicle Uha r ratification or rejection at (I) to provld for prompt and t latur* .h.1 for aubmliilon tel Tha said board .
the causes of time the corporation bad its full .r, which date I. Nov.mh.r I, 10 act ailde In tack Verne anddlitrlbuted the unseal election, '* "* hId In t iporary ...Ioa to the pow. apec lleollon at inally ua* aald funds.hal ?
arguments on payment covered by cash value ml l for th* ratification or reJutlon ai provided hareln N ov.mhee 15a4: and dutlea of publl offices. a n earlier data. Th. .*crUry of ounty account, firit to .
unemployment. Is unemployment of the said Joint Keeolu- .h.1 b. an amount .iual In the Hectlon' I, PRINCIPAL. OJI ot wh.I..., catura and .h.th.a iSle shall raui SatIns of th* urrent principal and lain ;
in this country mainly "strurtur- equity and the employee hadsizable a t Uo. proposing amsndm.nts tocbe to a). product of fothundred 0 TATE I"OL FUND TO filled by election or appolntmonth proposed revlelon or amendment m.lulnl.' It any of .Id :,

al" in the sense that it results Insurance benefit whichhad Con.UtuUon el the State tIt dollara (140000) mu.tlplled .. MAIN INVIOLATI EXCEPTION Incumbent of which may bha < and ef tk* date o lt'ht election t..ln. or olher ral ,
I match the rout him nothing. la that C leeld.. .111 hy lbs total number of The of tha dial oma lsnaatiabls ro, c.ln. on tharaon to ba pub) :twlo In, e.rtlflcatei a >..h'
from an liability to It made of iI i Iniiructlnn units In all the eun.tl. ''school fund .h.1 remain sacred t power and dut.. of aucofflcee o va ..w.p.p., In .. Icwhirl county or epeclal road and brldn-
with the available case, was even more 01 and and (1) .uch '
,
available people No. 1 .lor.41. Th" ., only that newepiper Is dl.lrlet or other pecll. teal' k
JobsT Or 1s unemploymentthe a benefit to the employee beneficiary I, hong JOINT RFHOLUTIONNO I .' uni. rOlnty thr principal ..- such fund may other m..ur.at may ba naceulary 11* tint publication to b* not th.reofi ....nd. to .
basic economic by transferring title to I-X aunt i In each ,.. the purpose. of'i setpo led for capital outlay proper for Iniurlnc th.oatlnaiy m.. < less than labial, Inking aocov .
result of more the death benefit portion of the A JOIST HKNOLUT10N PnOPOR.I thi.* amendment shall h* n ..h.1 of aisle Initltutloni o' e of government operatloni o (lVe".nki 1befo re the .1.0. to most rutur r.1ul .nienii f
difficulties which" interfere with I AN AMENDMENT OK Alt. t renter of (It the numb. of .h I.arnlnt Includlnir Junln In tha sesec is. of thileglilature lon and tha aecond publication ..id gteoltne or
the Job-creating proressT policy to the beneficiary, which T1CLW VII or 1UK CONSTITUTION I'n.lrueUon anti. In each .n.nl. otts.a c.plal lutlay (01 p ower. heeshy covfsrrnd thu lag' at leaat on. en week after, fact tax anticipation .
Caution will be needed however eliminated Federal estate tax OF TUB MTATH OFFM for the echnol fl.cal year IU.1 publlo t aiatuee shall Ia all e..psat. con.orm hs first and not I.. .four who,. I .pp...Ih. "rllcl'.1
payment on that >KII>A: rilOVIIMNU FOR computed In th* manner f to tb. ,.qul.moc or this (el waits brfor th* lonoma for any yosr.nl.I. .
in determining the bearing of AHHOHriONMKNT OF TUB for. provided by general law or. NO I C onslituti I. ... t hs propoeed revision 'oclon. (: will nol equal scheduled pi., .
the Job-vacancy data on these Question: My husband hal: a FLORIDA KaiHLATUHB. PHO.VIDINO ft) tho niimher of In.trcIlun! HOUSE JOINT RtIOLUTIOM tet that In abs isdamant or the moot cerelve the favorable Volt menle (thereon; and third "

questions. We can't automatically S2 ,000 straight life Insurance Folio BLVMlSHldM! TO 'mils I neehennn ly for t.._ NO t a to dn would b* o f a majority of the elector vol. remaIning balance.out of the "
as a policy (he'l had It ten yean) and THHJ ELECTORS.: srhool flscsl yoir computed In A JOINT RKHOLUTION prepoa. i Impracticable I would admit ., t tndos ng thr.on. I sh.it C.k. often oeedi of laid two cents (|" '
regard each Job opening potential need at least (30.000 B* It Keiolved By The L.gls. th* manner heretofore or her*. Ins an amendment t* ArticleXII u daisy, a t .non fIrst Tuesday after aid tixea .h.1 monthly dur .
opportunity for Increasingthe we really IlIu,. or lbs Hit of Florida n fl., provided by general law ef th* stale ConstItutIon lhe flr.t Monday *f the Jan. the year by u i
.
employment total by one, However we couldn't possibly afford That the ottnwing amendment ..d a."rnn" by lbs elate honed addIng a aectlon t* b* sum.h.e54 NO I ua; following th. election' 1 celt us '!Ilt-ll< "
lindmtandlnK Nnxhd 10 double the (31 per month of Article VII of the Conetltutlenh a C (heraiflafse ratted by the Secretary .1 SOU'I JOINT RESOLUTION rot.d upon In a general I ., I (10%) ICa. ito. i
i male or (I) th. Slat rtlatlnsto the electloior NO III *nd on the aluilath' .lon. D.p.rlmrnt for
for this Insurance. What Pinetda I. ." ..d 10 sri .hall th hn.rl. HO the ,
An employer might have sufficient we pay h* submitted to th* Uotors ofIII4,1"1' ., of .. unit li appointment of Superintendent .1 JOINT RPI.UTIOI p.p. -fter the election, If voted uponipeclal or reconRt ruction of.o..Cuct .
I manpower on his payroll to do you suggest we doT I am 40,, t hts. stats ?oe .1111'0110" 0' reo n.h county on behalf of which of Publlo InitruMlon Ing an i'n election, or In and brldgei within I the count..
husband i 42. .i COats hoard of duration h In Facantbla. IV, Hectlon II of he Conatl en' data .lhor or for the leas I
any
fill all the order he can expect my t .t the *nri I emotIon ot I..o.d hn"d" or stab, vshielst Okeachobea, Lko.. leUn, titian of Florida elating to e. d.l.nl.d I hrldgei or purrhis

to get. But he might still report Answer: How bout adding $18 I ;: anticipation rertlflcntei nave and Hemlnol' Ihe duties of the .ommlulon. th.r.ln .. connecting the stats hliiay. .>
ARTICIH VII COlnt. within .
a number ot Job opening because monthly (a 10 per cent Increase) APPORTIONMFNT ANt rFNHt'H: .m.e this amendment which .n. B IO IT RFBOLVFD '.' of agricultural aitmtiatlng Ml II ""( (10 county, th.,1 i

he i looking for people with particular to your present budget for the Section I. COMPOSITION OFTM n, iduc* eufflrlont revenue* un latur of the Rial of Florida, sopsrv t.lote 0.. n.( .. perBB JOINT MEgOLUTIOM Board, "I.r.n: .
That article (stoic. 10 puhilo HOtI1 or.or
Ihl. XII of th FI.rld.Con.muUon of
t" einI I.nd. turn
d. one ,
will HI NO. Ill
who purposeT If you company Th .m..dm.nl ass of coolsand
can
skills people t .' 1.JOlr.ATUI I. of Flnra od .. ., 1 till limos I). b. .m.nd.d a. ..1 IT RFBOLVFD by th* Legli A JOINT RESOLUTION .
help him put hi. operation on amore permit, you could add a 19 year 1 1. stasiS ,'on.tt' aensleend a nrretotaamo. I 0' lnr'o.1' 01.nd forth h.lo.and that aid reaolulion Istur ot the State' or FloridaThat : peapaa.log .
efficient basis If and when tamlly Income rider to your present houe of ropreaantatlvra.r Momhra I e In.t macor I honda Dr eubmltted t* th* .Ieotor the following mendmenit IX. Section in amendment to Artlcl i (d) Raid board shall last ik.

he finds them, It seems unlikely policy, making it the equivalent *f the Connie .hal bo elected motor vehicle t. antlolpatlon of Florida. for ratlflcailnnor t Article IV, lection II of t helarida ot th It of'*ha of Con.U.taton Stands- power and to ". sasdan fore ..
for o., will malar rejection at the l.n..1 election II r Constitution li agreed to rul. regulatlona necssu
t that the end result would be a of a (50,000: policy at the ,nember a term of of IouI It yoiiri and and lf.t.. ,* lu. In cite) year, t* b* bald In November, nd eahmlttsl 10 tha t* taiatlon and finnance tl lbs foil ."'lo* of th"""

L net Increase in his payroll while outset By your husband axe ileotid for a *,hnu. .h.1(h-ompuled In the mannr horala.on .: 1114. e .h.1 .. elate for ratification I tlm by eitendlni th* periodof I 5C5 totto h.rb, .,. required tVreMk,
needs I C oe haeeele. provided b, Section or rejection the eo.r.d by ald Artlcl* shill b
of 57 either dependency County euperlntendent at
he I II the same amount your p.sr The of momheriitllled teneral lx.
doing tom tt.ntloa ** ibis
.
"" JmnllarB
amendment of full
ventral taw 'me
and
the
lotlo
approved by I of publlo Initructlnni hall Norember. I
n' ,
bo lessened ( shall IS-
business will probably or JOUI'In'Ome t..I.II .splra no I .I.t. Inert llllt I. '01. and effect from 111after I
itS polntment In certain oountli o..Un.
first
after the
TopmOsT
C New statistic of this type can I bettered) If your company Mondr In P In each trl Burn funds an 4letrlhutd shall I () Tha county auparlnteni Section II: CommIssIoner efarlcultur FEUOLVEn by th t... Jaua let, ms Tf-

be helpful In throwing light on doe not : thisrider ,I ,itse InO OIenhnru ni; h* .dmln'',,." by tha atate o f publlo Initructlon shall -. a *. dntlea. eto Thoommtsston. ida statues of tIle stale Flor. Ili.l.tur. ahall continue. I",
national problems But only It to an r..a. you could I lb ssnns as cusS I onsenfror'r.. hoard a* .rrenled and tontltuted a ppulnttd by tIc county board i ., e' agriculture life of Ibis. .ad t. during I I..
a by acctlnn I of article, o f publlo Initructlon .h.1 That Article W. Am.dm.nt. and ih I
'anlafi.. h. etselel In th eounle .uch In ,. lection 11.
those who use them take the accomplish the same thing by nrstdnl be.h.1 Any saw .. XII of the Conatltutlon .I h of Ec.mhl.Leke. Martin, p.rror* agriculture dlu b* of the Stats Constitution b* not enact any law having lh.

trouble to understand them thor adding a term policy at 1 nearly the that mar I,scrolls 4 shut"un.t" h. ,.Inld. Poe tho purpoae of Ok..h... Beach, P.t.nm by law Ma prescribed ..1.0"a. amended .. follows, la hereby effect. of of withdrawing the pnceed. ,
I However have t amendment laid stat board, Semlnole' wherela the .hl '. and b. acid two ocnli lid)
f57i1 submlttd
oughly. same cost. you '" to one (It member In .up.nl.I" or '. .h.1 I aid inns from the '
_ _ :though of your pre1M'l1tnIur the houe* of representative* Inen a a now n.tltuted.. shall continue "r.'UO' I* affirmed by m*> I soC shall p.efne I. elactocs' the Stale for this .p.r.U..
of env limit preecrlhed In .a body .rporl. dur. of th,u.lr.. .1_ :( :nda a. anay hi ., ratification or reJ.cUol at the .m.ndm.nt The b..r .hlIpy
ance a* an Investment or savings the following lection of thin er. I'n.a) It?. of ,., lor of any eOal aiaklni I 7 law. :1..1 .'"" November.,. sr "u"dlnl .... eth
rather than as an "expense tine until the next roapvnrtionmonl a" ehall have all the powra I offlo of oounty lup.rln' I. ci .p.n. .1 .rlc.rendei
..
provided In this amendment In' t.ndent of publIc Initruotlon NO tMJNAT1J BCTION II .p..II..I ant
I tem? Your husband present: and the .nu"t. shall h. aplueet I Board of admin- > the
lined when creeled to a eon. a ddition' Inellolheoitllu. p'n"' JOINT RESOLUTION i.lr.Uonl; gasoline and U". ohel..bll In i
Jour cLflJnii.ranc. policy 1* practically at the point ..'trill dletrlct a. determined by l ional and statutory power re. Th board 0' .u"lt In..I.U. NO loll dlitrlbutlon and u.., U_., canoe. of any county from funitidistributed .
o( giving you a cash value Increase thu ledelatnr*. (I.led t* the Durpoeea thi.I a the eunt: mua cc. A JOINT RESOLUTION prepoe- every year the equivalentof ejection I. SENATE A s endment heratoforo horo en .1.1...10 haspaetal Inc *. ameadment to let, tIll. and January for expeniea of the bon
Artll. aerrlce
focs.n.ntyIiyt
P1.TrONMN. rendered all Ut
.f. onnfrrd upon .Id boa"a a or b* onih XVI of tk. ..
Thus > (75) !
I le.
the premium payment. 'h. The t ballot of regular ." C".t.lon thareaflar, the mntles alike ehall b* prorairdamong
atat board ehall. la ay primary by to ... "rO
saving\ unit. If I the slate Into forty lln 10,14 < or tw aesnus (lo> per |.|. them and pill out of M A
I It 1s, in effect a len aenatorlal to Ita othor ooniiltution- ar ..n.rl aleellen to b* deelg- b by the aoortury Ion of the
(41) will total '
you could move this over in yourplanning nnl. on ..".'dl.t..1 Ineach 4 II and atatutorv pow.. her* n hy board ef pnelK In.truatlon of stale thorlalnv elvll trial' slate law apoa caaolln tai lavled by mil* on the sam bids Mid Hiproceeds
(1 .I..d th* and I s and upon suck timelyrequeM In branch courthoueei I Dadeonnty. and eth. are .rrbuld amerireport
and Investment" or Ilk.
QuestionI: have two key to the piMa dl.tl.t n..t .h.1 .. "..n.l.m..t* .ntrl proceeds 01 the board of county known pradods of p.tml.lm lh as.pra I eounl. r.d.d,
emI h. ] a* lbs .
of budget .1.t. not of ssld hail *
ployees. I'd like to give I column your the I .natnr .nu"t.., thi I the first .ar of the revenueiderived ..mml.lon. of luck county BB IT RESOLVED by tl Teals.lalsee toVI'i upon oth" fusti 0.wads to each Regular expenses geeslo '
tlseahle fund via Ufii insurance, you' might well have the presentI ddltlnnal' ..I'nu.beingailUn- ', the llranalnv 1 0.1 ipeclal ei.etlos orcaua of tk* Slat .:: motor ..d. I Ihe Leglalatnre, and the Legliltturi
b .
motor vehlrlea for pieced ballet
premium budget available I oil Cite number fortr-thre (41)Tho provided I o* That an ameadment t* Artlcl.XT .coMMted be placed month'y 01
done wlthoul mar limit
provided It can be lh.il aiibeoollon (a). Tho auto I a t euoh thr eiantloa ., th. tbe eipensM
the Florid Conatltutlonby rthutloS
) :
to doatbayour fnrtv-two (41) dl.trlcts '. the board.
straight life policy i t''J.Roll
tm great a drain on the firmsincome I new also bane power for I s ltloi wHvi .r ssbanatles l. aidIng the ssotlos Trust
.h.1
h. apnortloned the evralnnntlo forth the .
.t Btat TPury ...
and Hart a new .mn"I .. of b. effective I* nh ... ". *
protection
I undel'ltandthrre I r.nd. below to bo aomborod and '
or reserves of ah an aa ti "n. ..In.n. by th* divided Iota thre (I) P4411
Is a plan whereby the corporation cash value accumulation at the rnvlde' ol.h. renreaentntlnti.ed I of board ofPllbf (II Any eonnty adopting th* ..rot." of stIlt I* agreed to,. '' .' parts whIch ah.ll dl.: "OUII JOINT RESOLUTION
lnuleurtlaa Ii airing, provlalene of .bee tlen lkoranay
ac ( *- b
and that utd mndmt shall Iribetal
time. DudR 'n are what you I > opon ooonnmlo In. I NO. 11
ran take UM cash value I same taeats, ,. .Imla.errs and hnlIltOi. enn.leou'llnsi alincin.: a .r..fair yeses rotarno k* to the elector *f 1 seal so. SSSaL"KS ftSi A JOINT
make them, usually having! roomto I pop. I enlanlnc, foralihtnt,. I It. f ..C rejectIII. IbIIU. .VHi,0" RIHOLUTIOH propo.
of a policy to offset It* payment'and I II.ton. Ever dlatrlrt. .h.1 eon. Im"'n. .ta. ,.. Ptlolo. I reJootle p.r according t. In* a amendment I* Aelic"x
I the evaluate and reshape. rpttaI antIs pro) prevUlcn Motlo et th to pat
ant
without > I lection Co"dilution
employee I paying fonll.nu. ( eel for school puepaca., to leo; the Mm proeodnro outlined .I.e.I Irln. popul.lon and one T of the Itat. .
b h ld In NoTmbr
a* divided It I .
.
anything, gets the balance of the ..nunl honde or mol.vehicle tax antlolpatlon s (I) hereof for adepteecon I'000tclbullos relating to .0.
Could : .1"r d.tlo 01 and aleoto t tha thereof U nrnoN civiitriaiiibranch to the MM ot elate teed exemption.BB .
policy In case of death. you BIBLE VERSE nose I ai'4saOr I.rlf..I.motor v*. Int .r.I.lo. eli ourh.n_ I* Pad oounty read conetructlon In aba ratio of IT RESOLVED by th* Legis'Mure ,

tell me how I could use such a oflon I HFIMlFWlvTATtrnTV hints Ian antIcipatIon' b..I.'t.Itl *v.at rfr4umileetloa may k. held a*i ?dl.tlhulol.provIded .Chap of the male *f fieri
THW TtrtURB OJ 1IU' .lfl.l.II .th provided by low In branch oourtho.eee or'lisi" Lw. 0' Acti SECTION amendment
planT t par. fund n, refund any In a shears I* ; .Inld. I. Tha the
Answer Ye, tills II a variation a.JpapeIsenIIwfheIWrOiesi'e "INA'T1..nl.ln nr motor vehicle las kntk-lp. t th* method of oeleotlar utyuprtntndnt In any municipality within the tho purpoa of to Arl.. T a'
called t HIM great rU-he.% andluting t, hn. tlen C" limed I th* *** Dade emnty TIe .'ol of any eountfeaoontrlbutloni apportionment bleed on the the .., COMttuUn.X ..
of commonly :
a plan of th..ton'
allve.isad r .hal .n..t f' hl"dr. ,. All I hall b* t* tkoremainder o ceort tho ahorlff. and any other for th 0 forth below .
rstbor doss enit of Slats
favour
.rlte
a plan I ) ourt offleere, wlthl saId
"IIpIlI.dollarnI'U'lUIl" oonn
r.d be
.p"t.I. ..
inch bond chall h.. lntret 4 of t* .tolon. .h.1 submittal to the elect"
tha ..
which splits dill premium payments Mold." whIch ehull b* rl."" .it not Tce41lnir four and on*, which h* duly elected o> ty ehaJI maintain stab offlaeewithin amount the ..ntrlhalnn. Florid for ratification or re
th* ."U. ',. .. snob ." .' and I .bl.h.d by lbs lIllian .
the between 1.WheetsttdlvPowtwinthe 4 .mnn. per pee an 'r.rlo.l. at tha '
.
and policy equities of < : hl HI f."tn. ,01.1e hav .n..1 .
Inrl.n. shall matoro Mrially *acallabic del .fflclal book, pu.uau b. keld In 1H4
employer and employeeIt Bible? Iha,.oach .n"1 In .annual InMallme.to oom- and rooord t"11.may k- Chapter Illil chill b* taken I No.mb
2. Who Is the author '. .1,. ro- ,0 ,. and doomed eonrluelve I*
touts the employer very little .. not more than (51) naoeooarr lbs purpoeee computln X
and the a large 3. Who was hit mother malntn.' repreeentntlvei ihall h* m".ln.r* th* Cats of th...u.",',Ithereof HC" ulO of this amendment, provided th. monthly .".n'* dli. A1TIC.
employee .
NO
give .t .
ilvned th oountle In "' .
that abe principal trh.t. ", saId| J..J."f
A JOINT eec
4. In what language wa II I Th* ..r.MP'n" 5,4 ..dln.,not lance tha"I ..UTIO,r. .* Seth homeeteed from
.
t. tnt aspothac *o die-
"n.al.lon. the date ass. : e.0.1.. I 'ld. err perao who has the hafSIhOts
.. thr. 1.1
written on ." ehall k.
.I.tnn. .r Oun. XII of tho auto ko removed from tlb.t. admlnlitared
Jan I. MflSir I .1
very th keneflolal niproperty
till !
I..ne. : a
t. "..'l purpneM,'oaflsol.f t.'eItIen' ass. .A >, whl.h...., I* aaellsr. All I adding r a Sectleej .k* ... .0..1 easmosi t U.tl. "I.. Biwrd of Adml".tr. l. re. ID tkl* *.ardwh
RUSTOLEUMSTOPS Amwort to HIM Verne motor vehicle tev. antlnlp. od by t". *f "In.r. .Idd thereon and I gird
nf the rnlted .I ,1 NO. 1* ,.d. *
,. rolatlna- he Tk 0 OVse5*? u faith
i. Proverb 22: 1. all tnclnd foreIgn Mln.. .h.1 .Ie.or ap JOINT th( I. .the a... bl* or betpermanent
: : ereet not I Iono.half Treoauror. and
and
RaLOI 1'.t. home, tko
cbs base th or permaent
2. Solomon i not .'n. : Nf\ ,
polIte shall
(CIt .ernnnm 1.1. Cm"tI. of
enoth.r
I. -r-I:A XMOLtrriON .0n.t. ho. .
lOn relating ,... ..
3. ftlhahPba.t. and mature prior tonnarr or .
.n..I.
I
I M>tlnn I '. IeIslaaue'e .batonapnnetlnn .h.t B Judicial departmentpropoeln known .tarl dependetW
I IT She
1 A Tho .. call
Hebrew.HOMK i the r ofth n .t t. k*
.I'.th.1 *n "dm..t a isshaaetln. a
oard abs Slats Flrid tItled
chat f boardjhaM
ha".* and anato at ,. ?I lace "w to I I.'ur" 415, Pastlo, : Adml.l.lr.lna" .hl.1 I* ** exemption from s
RUST '..,1.a..lon of tho iMtalMur* termlne all alIce d.t.n. o sold M, *iodmt to ortlc.1. artlcl. V ef the Ylselda' and .* .1 power. c"UOD...ept for MMMininu
Ins t. (II) th *. hatS snrmnnop vehicle t on- n .* F.rl. 0.1.1. e '*. to
crave of'Adm'nlat'ra
the :
FBOORAM lULL neep baaed the U.I."n. .tt..t.* and to .! te f" el.U.1' .I.t. Paled I. eOM4 I .0 ,JV, (k';
upon judicial :
peeeoittniI hlw t. circuit.pro- Board: shall .
.
stone f.d ral > "hln pnhlle nnmbered by t. nrrln certain In" hav In e* d dollar *M ||> mm .
judgeehlp* .
President Johnson hai algned 0 echao aald Secretary of cursed .ddtln. each power* may home sad .
of Slit .r'.m."t. roil
*
Ration I If part I.I prop
any li a ad that : ., ehallh I B. n r oiren ky th* 1 Iota hy :
Available In billion dollarplu t n.1I'IUn. pro taInt p.nntnOloft l la dtnotan'ad "nUnatltntlonal tnt..Vehicle tat anIcloatlnn ."r.r I law th* arly oflned I. Article (
.
a tinll and each emitted to abs aleahat'n of '.t.,*r abs Stole ef Florid' ., Onl"1 and auporvlelon Jottlon 1. ef the Conotltntlem
or ..P".tN
It will assure every American paseIntins '.".n" "dIU. .. Florid tM ratineotto *r ro Tht lbs followingamendment I of tho proceed ef Mid t p.*' 115 ccl tkorMfter'dedl ,
the chance to live In a decent than the entire" .h.1, ..shell provideTh t. aM. l Jaotlo se.erol ..loealuo I f e.eeeotto (|). SPxrrtnN I. cent. (|.> of sold teiee and .--' that In SaraSOtA C.to'
All Colors home a* well a* a decent and h* null Told *n Ino.rt. stole booM .1.1 .t* k* held I* I.* .,, f .rtlcl* T *f it,. Conelltutlonof mooeva and ether aoeet :'' tha first aws Ihomusel dnl
The 11I'11II11'1hal wra n lii,. pawn. to r. the I II10N. Co.nfy r- Florida I* freed t. and hall I Ia n. th* effective data of thlaamodmnt I.. CIn.edeeei cm lb. _
safe neighborhond KHATB JOINT KC8OU3TIONN Oalnant n' Sha principal ads I .polite InMraotlo,;1 k e.kmtttedl t* the elederee *, applicable or valsatloc, of sail property 5151I. .
.
AVAILABLE IN an appropriation (< '1.13. 1STnc Interest eiich Sawn or wiotor ppoltmot oruin oo- this Mt. for ratlflcattw w r'ulsetlsa tar kooom *pplloak>lo tke (aahl4 far eah.sl
which I nearly TOO million n vehicle t.. antlcloatloo *ort n. I ..- at th* reaeral .', of ala **vor J ooly aol tko egemptloVrti.dollar psepa..u.
ALL SIZE CANS 800.000 A 10', Jtllr! (lb Tie ... tloo U bo I I. ."U.I
Pwrident asker ; AHUIeXVt -eteo. Inclndlnr ref ndto r bo.deor oewnty .1 1 keld = sIne. say _'* aoply cIa lb.aasi
l than the of "t f.
less .
etleo. I th. KM* rernndlnemotor vehicle av.ntlcloatlon pnbll laitraotlo eeell beappoInted brMn .lt...tl. ._ ao* .. pdP
AND for. Con.tlt.tlon .. JO th* eertllcal.e, all or' by the ** *ty board I. Ctrcolt co.rta alas* .11 .. ooeeo of : '
SPRAY CANSGuaranteed .C sC.: ... earn front lbs antWoa I o( pkll lntratl I* TaylorI CD jrniciAt & lie ." .Pulp mt, for ...SIll, tItl:msv: by Oil
liter? : .! ;.,.vonnee t/ h* derive fOam ,he asenle. pP.nldtag tk* ** .I.tn. anay Mtahllah not .. .d.pnrnMoa Tie word ntlrotl }*I* .
LABOR LEAOUU &!tDI.esiders LBJ ",; "- "er-Mno of motor vehlclM pro* le affirmed by majority -.ere tk** twty (1st ydldlolrmlt '-. need herein .hell wlik otkere. aad Mid ::
to '
t.rOIL.U' nAT i *ed for of the a.allfled leter tnclodo ;
I f tn thl amendmentnd of Tay sank eempoeed of I lenIn time ,., My b* eppoHloned
STOP RUSTI AFU30 have That eeIh'le XT1 oert o T o' .. ."t.Into an. oovenaoten lor ro.aty ..".* the offlro ofeoonty OO.MV, oontlnouo coantleeend note, and other form of Indekt.edneM I. -f tIe halt among'
I of the tko Florid* ronetltatlo* beemanded "'1. arre.mn>. With the, evporlntendent *t paIlssatranolsa of not I.., .fifty leaned for rood and krtds-e .hereo. ae. .reopoottvo j
". (II"
unanimously I endorsed PresidentLyndon I *. oet fortS blow ..C ''"'.. melt tMode or wiotorehlclo I .paototlv. and ( ... mh.klt.nt. no.a.dlng ..-... .. epa t ereete shill the ppoor hot se e.n.ii
Johnson over' Republicanpresidential that MM reoolBtlo bo .."mltt' tiv anticipation cortlf. (It T* "I tk. peep.sittssa to hat oenan. **lk. .. bridge evemptlo Bore thee fleetheoeand
LARSENLUMBER 'atM at the time ., asia onntalsnd Is Hoed law ,*. that other tttttvlo ..r .. .
candidate Barry Gold- I* she *le .toro of toss t theoonnty + (t5.eSe an) eslk I
the .1 lset.es / .
at the ". thereof ,h. a .f ".. shall "idlna J.IT
ratUlootlon or relertlooj eonrrlnT *onrirr _.1.t. romtl.Into IM | allowed t* e ens (1) paIssnbaa
water. Johnson thanked the more reoeral olertlon t* bo kU InN7iT.oVt"VM titereof *.4 tko "."t. ef .h.n be saIled 'h. ono of the rh-rvjlti; refundingleme* r any on: dweniB
than 100 members of the gusto I '.5'- "nlc.thereof all ., whtrk s.nosslsalesae o" ,. .y rIled however. ". .".n,keoo talC *o rd unto have th" *or eh ill smash! -f
CO. riwPt. -. 54 dial a >*o* tIc rrdwtlon In .. '" Power : .1'
aers.moane of
labor federation General Board.pm..red (J o ?.1 .. of Boorde of Coonry sac per-
board of th ."t.
('Pa OBfjATro nr .MI11" 'asntlonca ler.tiv hlndtn* *o" .. "_ clmlt radvo roeidlnr ommlostooer. sad need ,. .
,
Phone at the White House, and Tropt Th. .'* 'erevoraM malarIa vK ,?,, mulch oleotloo .u k* hale eonnty formerrr a part of I"., mae end ,f sow Odin, T. amend vewstloo booed] "
627-7276 laid he would carry their endorsement not rrot seW offlco, the tern.of "ol4oss and .hal bo fntt *e>. ". aide shell b* loror orceahl hr holder In TS*** and the rw"l 'hereof .._ dIvided Ilccs. and tker "Ia "
Mainline Drive "pr '
detcrmln :
." Soap (4) .Mra. ovooot memoer..MO >"vi commtMt torlodlotloei. "a wketk.r e.keec. .. ilo.ri.ie Ibarnof mImIc :] _."
.
.. lbs board searend withreepon.lt.lllty Xo inch bond or mater .,-,. t. (t) dIalS ko frectlv. i i ale .fevreo tkat I.r .1 Ih *..
.
I for rolloa-oa andunlveraltlM .antl Ination rortlfteoteo .hsl'eec 0 tonntrIt >.n er ad "w.1 .
t. valorem .
.
__ I ilehlnc tb said SSSPP"t1tl.
u he ( ahoaM tk. HOT nl .
otr rooter
i fnot Inelndln tnnlorrllee.t teeoed .th. rtate Word adopt "hr 'sn'o'casly wtthe.M f r.na .{4: r. .
"I.h t. *'. .. tt't after the adootloaj of o rao. th* ....* .nkow' (II web "oordl, and ehell tike elloaooro.
5'.. the 1..lu. .' lIon re<|...tnv| th* Imaor* hereof M may fter ,.. (4) 4 JOTTf WRnoij-rrnw oropofc donrmont sad .P t lIla roMlntl.
net'moro th. Kin ) year ''hereof 5'. the eoontr lioord .rotorw to Ite former oratie lag aoiMdment t* Article XTH *r r.">ln tho *am Sold- effertlvo ."1 eP o
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. ( .hlli> tnaieaelann of _.. ")* *** peat.l.sa ., thIn aba *. .' of kell ha,.the power. lOom_ ill *pp *'.. t.. .. ef th votlig I rwferedum *-
VA, | .', heh lf .f which e chUms **m 5rlirOdo.nnstiln.4 n. pfwrldtnr '5 time t* Sons roeasdln. bids *
CHARLES KMATI Jf>', l'U ton. are t. *>o ,. Tin etaleHeard I* onkMotlo fib hereof ddlttowat of r tetng 'o wiotor* wtthl lbs MM to lo b* .:lo tor-
KINARD. Owner of odmttow *h.ll Itmlt'he for Moptmir tk* prvrtateoe a.anoo 41n5' lie Cewnttoaltas. fist porieel for.. aloes ( ..M the * I A rUtHOMTtO"* propoo. aoioo.t of each haala tkeroef t* tbo bolne. .H rr haESew.yVya by the t.r y '7. reenter prlxwry :>
Remodeling C Addition ttodlor .
,Jr. ."..t ,. ankeeo. vote vehicle sac ..t.t. (as I. tk. ovoot rrerodm ht..of t.. Slats .1 "r. o th_ and lisle t* .| :, srr-nox i SlavIC re*.
NEW CONSTRUCTION lIons (k) *.. (k) of .Wttm IIArticle erttftnaie whIch ran .,-,- rnnotOe Is a ehsspe ta T1>at tko meadmoM ,. Aft tol* .a a pteda-o of .*tlHotedwlpt oonrre M.tlo* ko njorte.1 by tko fVoe.
XII ot tho ('sastItatIne .. W. of aor *o..., t. eevorrfiv tko motkod *f Mlortlnc a oeotyporlntodot TTtl *r th* frooi aaxk eoenlino bolder In SarMow CeejotT, t has
C Carport e Porch of TorMa rolatrov lo the **.pent TIi1 ., tbemoot .* tho toeombeot lea *r slIm, tool tatoo to bo diMrtkutto orwk Ibis reoolittw shall bo nB a.<
Garage port pf the reveo.e d wMi N dotorotroeo eoeHo shall ho parnotOlel as dc.eentcdse .obo w.kwodl ,= oetortk ._, -,
wtv bernIe
C ,.f from tho lloe.elng : aervli'Od Sp OS,. tovonoo. t". Onvm cC Wlow I** .kn <.r b.t ( pro. n'TuThwnsewwrnov.1h.re
Roofing Siding Cabinet o o we at a "eoter reie'
vehtotoi for noltal whIrl ha ,. ..
to the mntr coder Ia submItted of .d aed.fflied
.
.t ho saId bmid eerv.nro era ka
I Florida Room Enclosure lev *.,d Cobs .... end ll '..'0;.,oaoClh Is .. .. opnto4..ravi. ".. ". ,-, raCiSt .,1 "<...fn tMtio now tl flee xev> of >*
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h detennlaattoo ehetl lIes .
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EN COUNTY TTME R. QUINCT. FLORIDA. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER IT, 1864 fAGH_ THTRTrEN
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I The Fruits of LoveWho Ii i I OUT-OF-DOOR NEWS t RESOLUTION



t \It.. ,... ...,.....- .. .... .. ..._ WHEREAS on the 8th day of July A.D. 1964
flung the millions of ton in apace II. ." there d.parted this life the Honorable Thomas W

Who hold the planets all. in place ,'iA"", Green affectionately known a. "MUler' Tomml.," a

Who control the ocecm'i ...11..* sea, .. } native pioneer cUllen of Greensboro Florida whose

n Who tend the sunshine to nourish the trees, ; life wa filled with unselfish community service and

Who created the elements found everywhere .' endeavor and who served a* a Councilman of the

In earth and water and fire and air, '.. ; Town ot Greensboro, Florida from February 16

Who give the faith by which men walk. ; '1.1: (948 to November 1 1. 1963 and who was beloved

Who endow doctor like Reed and Salk ; Y\ and respected by all who knew him:
Who bestow love when It Isn't earned .

Who forgave his enemie when he was spurned. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the

Who hung on the cross and died for men Town Council of the Town of Greensboro Florida

Who lay in the grave and rote again i that the said Town hal lot an honored citizen the

Who else but our Prophet. Priest and King ,!- H-w--z. memory of whose way of life will prove to be on

Could love enough to give everything? No need to stick with hot Inspiration to us all,
dos and hamburgers when \
Mabel D. Bell camping, in instant-lighting I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution

Coleman camp stove lets you be ipread upon the Minute of the Town Council
fix -
I _, j roan homtityle and stew meal Another like ron.I pot. One of the world's biggest of the Town of Greensboro Florida a* a token ol

stand up and be counted on the violence u cooler available lawns_six million squire tettrt the appreciation of the unselfish services he to
Hurricane side of the man who will give the:I In T or 14 gallon sires greenery -Is it the New graciously rendered at a Member of this Council
,0, .11 York World's Fair To lid' In
people of the United States
a this vast and that a copy of this Resolution be forwarded to
AN ACHIEVEMENT AWARD was preiented to Howard tt.......a r... .... 0..) real chance to restore the ""IodrII Melnor watering donated automatic expanse lawn member of his family.

Thomas by Mr. H. S. Hancock for work government to the principles sprinklers of ill ,.and types.About .
outstanding a on standby In Quincy, two In ChaUhoochee and processes Intended by George Adopted this 8th day of September A.D. 1964 at
chairman during the 1963.64 Christmas Seal Campaign and several in the Its- Washington and his colleagues Ia -
The project U dedicated toward the eradication of TB and vana area The Florida Forest the Constitutional Convention GO -o r Greensboro Florida In regular session assembled

other respiratory diseases and the protection of common Service and the State Game and September 17 177 Let neither W. C Willie, Chairman
Fresh Water Fish Commits me, nor you, who read this exhortation.
Mrt. Hancock ii head nurte Oh. County W R. Rowan
Health were also on hand for assistance. vote for a party candidate
Department. Photo by Martin't Studio The American Red Cms had because that party long ago George Smith

two station wagons equipped With in the days of our fathers stood r Marvin TolarHerschel

Calf Feeder booth coffee and food ready to provide lor what we stand for today but Green
The dub also elected a new for worker and for trantportatl has long since left us for doctrine
APPROVED
board of director which overseesthe for evacuees If heeded which we cannot now accept. :
Sale Scheduled administrative duties. Thoseelected 'We were very fortunate In Murray Spooner Mayor

were Walter Dover, an that Dora did very little damage What that they say about ATTEST:
At BlountstownA outstanding athlete from the Senior to the county end we can aee women drivers' Mn Maria 100 000 ipeclei of but- : Edward It
Class; Lamar Munroe, the readily the unpredictability ot this RetUiff, mother of live, won erfly are known to science, Fletcher
19644S Student Council treasurer type ot disaster" stated Marcus. P.Jona1 out over seven male eompetl' But one of the moat frequentlyseen : Town Clerk
feeder calf sale, which t. from the Junior Class; and tuck Many of us I know that the hurri ors In the grueling 1143-mile the Phllco butterfly'
sponsored by the West Florid Embry a promising young sin. pane came through Gadaden Mobil Economy Run. She averaged adopted as a symbol of Phllco
Cattlemen Association hu been 21 3t miles to the gallon: color television Is actually an
Due
fete and leader. County u a rainstorm. to a
scheduled for Friday, September Blucher Line and Arthur itut cold front north ot us we mimed M,. and Mr*. Pierce Lee and lie miles I more thin her run srtiifs blend ot swan different I
18. The tale will bt held at the Mr. and Mr*. Alvah Bryant were ner-upl) butterfly specltsl'
the rain and Dora turned
roe were named to serve u clureporters heavy in Cairo Friends and will O.K.
Tri-County Livestock Auction Ma- Monday Family
this year. They said east giving heavy rain to the Live ate
bet<< In BlounUtown. funeral of Guy V
they Intended to have an article Oak ana. Dora regained near
The ale will at 1:00 an uncles Butterscotch Fruit Parfait
begin : In eachII'. Gadsdea County hurricane wind which could have
o'clock In the afternoon but an Times on the Key dub. reformed here In Cadaden County Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Mahaffe Make \Valdorf Salad Souffle Salad
cattle skull be at the ..uctllIImllrk..t a
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Under the Industrious and able Marcus continued visited relative In Thomaavtl t w w4e ,
by 11:00: am. leadership olhi president, the "Phase One of the Civil De- during the
Gerald Cayson ot Bloontat wn. club promised to be a very active tense Plan was a huge success dinner 11I'I'ol lore J. U Parker s.5 r
who If sale chairman, state that
organisation this year. A member We were unable to use our regular while there.
approximately 500 head of good ot the National Honor Society EOC (Emergency Operation Center Mrs C L. Jewell; and daughter
quality feeder calves are expectedto and _plain ot this year's va. ) but were able to set up i an Ms foes Payne are visiting rela yea 4
be told In the lair.
ally football team Hugh has emergency one at GENTS. III lives In North Augusta S. C and Nis
Calves entered In this tale mutt ..
be beet breeds shown that he commands the respect the near future I hope to have with Mrs. Gordon Payne In Due rs
predominately of his fellow students and communication set up In the West, S. C
(halt breeds or better scheduled has always devoted all his abtHe Courthouse basement that will I hi' Mr. and Mrs. C W. Thomas 6
This sale was originally to school team and data ready to operate at a moment Jr.' had U weekend guest Lt. and
for September 11 but wasrnKheduled when duty called He has Indeed notice," he added Mr. Jim Own of McGuIre AIr

for Friday September Dora been an "Inspiration To Individual Maccua official. of the Red Force Base, N. J, who had been
U, due to Hurricane
Initiative. Vast and GENTS would like to visiting herparents, Mr. and Mrs.
thank the many people and organ!. J. J Kane in Tallahassee +a

rations who offered services dur- Mr. and Mr*. A. G. Daggers
4-H Program To U. S. 90 \trig the emergency.United and Mrs.! Ira Price have returned t

to Feiham, Ga., where they art 55k. '

Undergo ChangeThe (0e.1I.... ,... Page OM) Fund members of the school faculty. I a
Mine Paula Leslie, student .1 P -

mitten at the earliest date posslble 3ilpnla College Marianne spent 1
4H Advisory Committee to discuss hospital! financial (OMtt.*e .... ... Out the weekend with her parents, Mr, ;
for Gadsden County met September The motion and Mr*. J. R. Uslle. _
problems. was seconded
11 to discuss the county 4Hpi by Commissioner E. Perry Fund depends on each Individual Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Freemen Aii '
OKI am Woodward. contributing his ahare. are Visiting her brother J. E. I-
Due to revised pollrte and procedures the The "Fair Share" giving plan Spence and wife In Atlanta and

relating to 4.H dub work brought out that the swiHealth la an effort to arrive at a lair both famlllei are traveling throng The cheerful end end crispiM ef Waldorf salad KM _
aU future 4II club meetings will Center flooded from rains and equitable answer to the qWolion. the mountains of North Carolina salad. thle favorite
be held on community basis. The was by makinglWald,cu.m"rc.Salad! : shown hersw Real
caused Hurricane Don. Edwin "What Is a fair gift for me and Tennessee.Mrs. msyonnaiie,
County Extension Service will by to make?" E. B. Emhry Is visiting lime flavored gelatin and baton iuloe give It B delightful piquant

need the help of volunteer leaders Sour to County send a Clerk litter was to Bar-intruded Fair share giving plan often her sister Mrs Gus Leach In lavor. Use unpeeled l apple for bright color, end servt on a bed Hort'l a nested t In lip ovrr nutUnrnhh fruit Parfait Is a

to reach the 4-H youth ot the !'Pit, Damn ft Bishop, health center one giving guide for the entire Franklin, N. C She arvotni anted of crisp Itttuot leaves garnished with pple alba and walnut frothy, fluffy delight a result ol UM happy t rlpe combine I
county. 1t'Oll.re Interested In architects, holding them re- community Professional, Bus- her arm In law and daughter, Mr. Valdm, 110Io11I. Salad linn restive tools are itlsrovnlnf I ell. vf the country.: 1 he
working with 44fera contact a and one ol ness and Industrial personnel.Uecutlves and Mrs. C. II Coulter d Tallahassee 1 WUnr water U real mayonnalie sweet rich Savor nt tawny bultorscnhh flavored montla MrmlsjKTumpUmwIy
oonsiblt requesting flip
member of the Advisory ,Com. them to bt present at the next Government, Shod, an a trip where they visited 1 tSoUDos) perkagellme U cup teaspoon salt with tha OM>! tMlrary fruit, h* It I...., froinn.cannMt .
mlttee or your Agricultural Extension County Commissioner meetingIt Bank personnel, etc. Fair Share their eon In law and daughter Savored gcUtiii I cup diced" an-WIPI'I. er dried. This nel.Iu,** frown (nils-but yon nay
Agents. was also called to the Board plan takes Into eonatderatlnn thai ilr. and Mr*. E. B Grow: In LaurIngsnurg : Uenpwttor. H cup "", iul tltute remind (fruit It 7011 Ilk:; /priori pineapple II'
Commute members are: Mrs. mention that tht Courthouse red salary and wage scales differ. N. C S UbttspooMlttBoi JuIrei cup clapped walnut! poach would U lowly I varUUona a theme.
Ernest Bletoiholz Mrs Adrian Installment giving essential to Miss Jane Allen Smith who ilch Frail Parfait
B tten
leaked during the recent storm. Pour boning water g1atbs m bowl mtQ Iatln kHmpltUly
stir
Mrs. 0. F. Shepard ever ; l
Fletcher deduction
payroll I. student at the Piedmont
Bascom Mahaffey, Floyd Sober, Two sealed bids tor Mrtabtt success. : a a dkrnhed. Add cold water, knwn Ickes earl Bayon- t 11-oanne twssi* fnnlsmltniit 1 -1'b. : ip>>>
plan la r available I to you, you School ot Nursing In Atlanta has
hrltee.ookkmorsels
X-ray machine for the Gadsden and salt bland ,thawed
George Powell taw ; with rotary feeler, four Into fnwslng tray
Mrs.Murray Spooner Gregory Home County Hospital were opened. can make a pledge payable to the returned after spending a week sr rntUl loaf pen Chili ia framing mil until firm stasis lose |U. saiponna eormtarch ?J cup auger
Demonstration Marjorie Agent I. Mrs. Shirley The bid were turned ever to United Fund Office monthly, nartern with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "tram edge of pan but still ado U cwitor. shout :b to 25 mtirafe i visa anperslwt
Home Denwstm Reed for study and the Board requested or on any schedule oonven- Andrew Smith. Turn mixture Into bowl and whip with rotary btaUr until Drain from fndt name \{ cup ComWn meerved
Clark Assistant tent to Bank Drafts also offer Mrs. W. M. Inman has returned svnip
that ht appear ..thi you. Sully and thick. Fold la apple, ds,toW walnut. Pour Intolquari eonwUrrh In heal
tlon Agent John Russell CountyAgent Associate next meeting and make' report convenient way to pay your from Sopohoppy where she vis mold or Individual molda. ( qi.. sWrigtrator (not and yrup bring and In e lull boll, .:i'n'rnlla't fires hnat.

and Bernard dark Jack Dudley of the Havana Publishing ledge. Iced,her father Mr. M. 0. WrickMr fneslng unit) until. firm about 44 to 00 nlnute. Unmold. Set,. Meal tsf yolVs. AM a little syrup nlitui to bmlou ,lilY, that
County AgentProvidence Company mad a requestfor land en crisp salad ......., arnlsJiM with apple slices and] walnuts, gradually add yolk mixture l to ,,,,,,.In''lYrup.' Cook ever lewhMt
the contract to print the ballots 177 Years Agoy and Mrs. Ifarry McCaD and If dMirtd. lake 4 to 0 etrviags. 1 minute, ilirrlmr _tantl,. JUmnve Irom heath s.l.lbutlnnmtrh
HD for the general election In son Enelgn Harry Nathan MOo morwh and stir until tIIII November. Vic Chairman Murray i Call were rent visitors in Tame until stiff but not dry (radially *>U sugar heating until ffililT
Spooner mad a motion that was M. ......... Jr. pa with relatives. Fold In butt.rsesntrhnIsture and drained Inilt timrt: \
Club MeetsMembers Dudley be awarded the contract Did you know that prsctaely 117 toblntpoim trail for garnish). Spoon Into ahurtwt !.- Chill.
and Commissioner Woodward see- years ago today September 17th. The 26th annual meeting of the fur IWme serving |*nush with swerved fruit. YIKtUt I toswrvinf e
of the Providence ended It the Founding Fathers of our coun Florida Public Relations Assort- 1nM9ampfini *.

If. D. dub met to the home of A resolution was approved by try In convention at Philadelphia, don will bt !held at the Ever- MJ. ease
Mrt. Walter Edwards Sept 9 for the Board stating that due to the completed their labors fa) draft' glades Hotel Miami. Ort II14.
their meeting The meeting was \Increased work load of various bug a Constitution lor the United nme 100 public relationi expert A few fitrung MCfarts handcJ down by n America --------
railed to order by Mrs. Dot Suber county official and the limited Sates of will attend
president Mrs. Deck Fletclove pace facilities of the present There la in need at this time Thaw ;!1

had devotional and prayer Courthouse, one or more of the to remarkable redte the document history ot was how adopted that. EAU.Y TI J(&n'L / 32c SEPTEMBER 3Zcz
Subject of devotion wss "We offices will soon be forced bynecerlty
Should Be Humble Before Our to move elsewhere II and how the Federal Government New Haven Conn. Edmtm II I

Almighty God. was stated that the Board of Public dhit Thirteen Sovereign C O'Connor. a local millionaire. I This
and Slates took on the With Coupon
Mrs Bob Hnloman gave a report Instruction and the Superintendent Independent Interesting gave a party to say thank to 1 n
of nattot
on clothing d Public Instruction are character a single be 1,000 friends. He wanted to IIthlWlU : ::
Mrs. Elburn Richards gave a making plans to move. The Own- as that history may for the cards they sent him
should not be forgotten. Shirts OX34
report on trip to Camp Timpoorhee. ty Commission urgently requestedthat and But It It I* well In this solemn whit. he was In the hospital and C 6 $1.00
Mrs. Gordon Fletcher rave those offices be vacated thus to celebrate one of his mod successful
the treaiurers report making spec fcr other county at- hour well of constitution the problems crisis to, to whose powder week In 41 year of ...11- wT.4.OtfO LAUNDERED c:::

Mrs. Cloum Richards was ap *I lint Insurance when he .M 70
11I1 : solution we, the American vot IUNNIt w. MADe Ida A MHaW.......u.- '
pointedmeeting to attend speaker train- Board feels that relocation peter life Insurance. He e. b
'era. are called epos to act on .1 Perna warns tpjee.w --- ...uTC sue Moon to 1 = Cash and Only
big Sept 23 at CanningCenter. of the Wires of PuhUe InsWetkst. the pan In November. "One wrtrd the bID to be around PO Moot Ptah UNU 'AMOf'M" e POINT tine Carry
.4i1Id IIIIC tncanvtntenoe the pub' 000. CoMioeMlowiMtiMoosv-ivi
and nadon" u we '
man
slowed posters much the renewal 01 to every Bass Tie stutMsi BAND re markup eranahs
Mrs. Gregory lie s* as Sundays, una f
talk on the Courthouse. sing sometimes on BOM TO BE FAT 1 WtTH Ms SMtK TViKAACWTO :
and gave a real helpful" other office tram comet the moment to >dde. to =='C-T N.1ICrfi SUNSHINE LAUNDRY

"Home Management. the strife of truth with falsehood Chicago Science does not
Thirteen member and Home fore evil side ring enrourtgmg new to anxious w. Washington SL
Thomas aloe
W. :
Demonstration Agent were prowent C. steer .
the meeting The next And the cl by forever mothers of fat daughters A study
far
Mrs Gordon twtxt that darknes and that has shown that 171 out of 110
with
Fletcher meeting win be (( ultra** fear f.ton e.eO -fht" teenage fat I girts wen just naturally 32c SPECIAL 32c6Sc
adjourned Thus en th* third day of November built that way and their
After the meeting assisted by Mrs. behalf of ChI Commission err 1N4. fee AmerIcas people 1 builds were mostly Inherited from
Mrs. Edwards brownie Jet deep appreciation to Mr. Thomasfor smut dedd whether they their parents. This study was reported
Fred Sober served' hi* acceptli this appoMment want to Ice trader a UHHIIIIIMISIto to th* Journal of the
cream and punch. He served far some II which public effldsl are restrained American Medical Aatnruitlan.mtrrmr SEPTEMBER 65c

years on this tmIIIII..... a goad by the plus meaning of

Key Club Sets many of which I was privUegnd the 0N 1ll nll. Or whether s oa DIET
to serve with him. I can tnitB- they are content to accept offl-
Year halt say that bt served with distinction dais who distort the staple and Lndan John Martin enuld Aeis MUslTIMe MKOUNO SAC'rO CAaa-1 ... With This Coupon n
Goals For always having the beet obviously Wended meaning at not get a Job because he weighed Poe BAIT CAM M ASIA** IM a MtY MAICM'AMU.a. .... 3
Interest el the dry at heart Wtam the Cwdtuuo tar tntr ... UO pound*. He drove a trurt WHtMyeuASUt _"ITtlM "1M A SM* O* Ms*_I( LADIES'O
The pals far the enmmg year tortunaie to be able to OB personal and HKksJ gains. Or until kit resistible reartied Mhrhv AND sn MiM. o' "I".. swsrotcoVssejni: ... ,.... o Sweaters $1.00
oe. CTUAM PONNe HQOIta Nb WA$.
who seek aothtng tot and he could no |nr+ nsqueest
of the Qulncy High School Ktv this pollute wttb t man ef kit ewe men $TAa. iirro =.o AN. A.
feat themteh**. but are wultng to In behind the wheel Mar ..
experience and we fed we -.
dub were TCNiI'Ta 17.
'hempento ...___ G DRY CLEANED
tnoMI erect his o4
president Hugh t could appoint nt o .a with greater suotliMe their persons opknlnMof tIa gambttof to
nwtln held end September 14. He aoppinMcommittee Thomas' auJtptonre of this people to Blare ef till real snesavme Through worry and a dM ke as = Cash and Carry Only
CowdtuOon. Under lost weight to drive a cab.
to aid to achieving iMitBoiient laa happy soksftoB of the enough o
ttMo ...1.. dodie jrobUa ef filllaf Out tht* heeding me may be found
WMdual M a- hi aa thru bnncbteef governnt -
With "IMPIn SUNSHINE LAUNDRY
nrnEsciomo ATOM TTJT
ttve" as the theme. high stated I jV Jtof S tether welaonu TEC t7 =

the club would have a cawMalt ,from the ..,.. Leo C. "-. However. In these latter da,.. The Amble Energy CnmmJesbn W. WaahlnqloD SL65c
far the district office ** U. Gar and CommlesianeT E. W. )Mason. we her cone to (Unk sf lilt .... amnunrad u. Borg 01 S!
emor at the tall meeting slated III Mr. Thomas said mat ke we fedsreJ ,.. and Ore supra se thread SUM undennund. low

Ortr/ber The dhHrlrt that gdncyla 'deepty moved by the honor placed Coort JusOcr a* tilt want effcoden M- grid snrimr im that eat tts t>+ 1 t lnlttrttK..ma4aao SPECIAL 65c

to to cunposed of approxsna- open kM end that kt would al against the Integrity s MOre mi* tosflng grnndsk The rawdeer 1fof1esl a.oopl
But really
K Key Clubs.Hia WIJI..dtJ.. sntodstnctty he Omuafrm. tree shot wee ts* eiiutvalrntlea
and the Senile who
went on to .*.* that the for lie dty. with ne pow Pmsdenl 01 loon 26.POt) torn of TNT, i /
dub dill year would have tonal hewed to JDInd.I ." are to Wane That Is because MM and 0w twrofMtJcdl firing start I
It'npbnlllt tnnI.bdnIr .rtIt1N sad I roDowtng many txpr sstuns efnusBtonrr : > president with Bw alteftdaoVtre tilt tucker teat hM en aters $1.00 SEPTEMBER $1.0t
and nnarnt et the Senate
pectins showing the acUvlbeI regret seer the pang 01 0.- woe Inflicts Owe highs sad pherle shot to August. IN. t
the club to
and contribution of CD*, the comnussk.NO
and enmmunty and rw- ... aasUste muibty pmunt upon Ore people efIta os.Aw eeTlwaanrrp
school wmotrlyy
the uua pea
,eateielrs willi other dutJL The 30. ptylng trtbuto to Ihtderojed United Kale Federal. The aura mot and and A Racy srWMM said tfcet submakm but aM With This Coupon no
ef till
dub win be entered to the district mamba. The nedulksiW1fl wranea CtVcvQw 4sjtfsVKWatiisfnUire atede tt glut coal be N :E:
C IfM. ke test elsewhere to Iris d the mov. at tVoOit 0( thnuawndt ol
Hurt appoMrd Kill Kaye Zas ,dltlan of Oat ,.... entnnrhabls by tile crdknarydetnarraoe fret loon ev.*i the ksgh etmut .. ... w.. -'.... ..NNK ..' 2 Blankets $1.00 Oa
t Is by
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sn. *
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tr.r4 *. QuIt ***** t to other tosmsat- ** wmmsssioe say avert lard H sntost deepevaw
tie
Farmer. vice r**"*. BiIl7 ,accepted a std and sill swntese a 0r balk esvu t.eOr eety ermt ro Ms.w clots eras II A. Pvrrjr. a rss arrftmaisrtoai fAr< / / ; ; DRY CLEANED =
Brace Thomas AIftaIr W cased seMlsHst. said thai ar- OOSirI764a
Bryant, Omflk in slatr to en _urtis II to ..... M .lass torr
and Bhrhrr LIMeII city sliesU. .. Psei aarf la the ....... :-::1"1. txLas; i rlwm
ctIarI' 01 the ar.rapI 1t. ItIII I k turn Hm tW QvtoryCkMrrWne earne. aeon have exmsmrtmt e ftsquari oif 4f. OnGm lrwmaae oex toe lf.abwtf N NCann = Cash and Carry Only 'do
As a had ralamghU JI"IJrd 1 Csmpeay foe as essmaM laO of sssninend restsres. eiL' KS sMbM poses cis M mail tote Motsd
tie dub win scato aed entire ef sU sns h* *- trastkUtrigJM rig easi SMMM* Ow strwcOl ef
ks M keadtlng ef
PDIII fast ,...
fcotbal fame tt
at home ww rejMttd I LAUNDRY
alk SUNSHINE
and M choeotaie w! also he Tea + 2:
K. C MIDI was sper>M* send, A new and auger tooth II ... grave tnale as ate *- Delta Air Law an lc I campMH ,
lets[ wnstrurtid tar the poled a vacancy m the OrBrr< of burs ef Dam ce.rery. .... as hs*. M yen ef sir eivrsttttrvtr rt w. Washington SL

and till' ....r.. .......... HadJayarr. Appeals ereaud by fee rakpavOos loci M m rewire WIll barelyess eits flat atnttrf d # ( ,
frank Mems. : ) if Stephea Su *r. .. arty toM liebe. taetser s.and* barred durte the sjus I Brat uinttsis ,.saM 0R 'Mema +

C P Te GiBed art Btorber Lbw I song they. *r their tarlat. ,.. srtMnmg i sam per cent lea sans nee pa. r atciseae $1.00 SPECIAL $1.00

to make aTsssaereW tar > A SM*. to bale t.ng kit keu may have hew members d a ever the first jest ef -.--- J
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_ _ _ _ CADSDEM_ COUNTY_TOJBS, QUINCT FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IT. 1M4 _ _ _ _ PACK FIFTEEN. .

TIME UCANg MONET' Put V" cedlment ahould be no more
spars houra to work end woOl II.IJAH JOISN000 thaa l/ll ct I%,
CLASSIFIED the dollare grow and craw Write tOZFLNDAIIT. All bide aubmltted hall b. oral
I ADS Bra Domthv Martin Ax>n Manager NOT1CB rd and clearly marked SHledHid
P. O lire "4i M flit, Talhhanee .I THE STATS OF FLORIDATO ." NEWS VIEWS
Kla ,:r oIl 1$,-IIU. KI.UAH JOHMBONII Th. right I. rearr\ed b>' the

___ It Hilton.North New Avenue fork Board CD WIN I. reject BAl'R attn rl.KHK' ur all bids

Iou are hereby aolltled that a HOARD OF OOI'NTY COMMIIHIONBHM .
>n tAlC m, Chrlcoraft 'lilt for divorce has been brou.h' aAlim>KNUOUNTY
: war rndlo. 1'U yetem. owl i I ABC galnat you In the Circuit Court FU>HIUA
WRiRENT; Ir'. 'e'eOOr.11 a'.1 stall II'' I, uf Oadeden County, Florida liChancery ADV: piember 10 and IT, 1114II Of Gadsden's Colored People
(.outer Club ("hall.hoOCh'1 by CEVQRA JOHN
h "II' 071-4104. ION and you are hereby required -
IN TUB
F Mlxm. to flic with the Clerk of ISis I CIRCUIT COI'RT ISC-
Sept. 10, IT. 14 ItrnKT
1 FENCEINDUSTRIES
FOR RENT: 0.(. tnre* bedroom eald Court your written ..1..... O/l1() JUDICIAL CIHOUT' ,
horns for III 00. one two bedroom BAI.hV: 1114 wIlls 4doorlinlaxle I pereonajly or by altar.". If any IAMDHN COUNTY FLORIDA, I ----- --
borne for 11000 month tot limed wlndahleld, thepiatntifr. I IN" CHANCDRTMa
per thereto and to atrv
with pollehed oak Moore Ule call. 1.. and heater, while elde atonranp a oop upoi' thsraof -, '. utriiurr Robert Off! her 25, agaInst a newcomer to nillom 612 S Cooper Street at
bath and kltchea and all mod .11.. and automatIc I on or bsfors Oh. Silk day aS0c FEDERAL KA VINOS ANT Diggs the Urns, Monroe. High of Al 7:30 p.m. The pretldent urge all
era ...'..1..'... T B Fletcher 'i Bo..t 1IJ1 W Jeffereo'ii O.mber. A. J>. 1104.OOkALI 'LOAN AWOCIATION OF OAl- bany. GaJackson. members to be prevent and on
DaN evCNT.orpurall....,
Orxnatoro ria. Phone HI I III Contacl Buford McPheraonBept. To New York .

till cr HI I illl ___ ___ __ 10, IT __ It ./ Btfwla Pour Plaintiff time
CLERK OP SAID COURT AtAtERTIt' JORT14N, I Heights
NO sod
I WEIOIT1I HAL A. DAViSAttoro7 it Lair .MAII1'ICK K'"i1'IIU: :'. JR. Robert "Buck" Dlgga well Elizabeth PlannlnoM.n'
LOSE : I I..t.lldlnlt.NOTII' known In Qulnry and Cadwlrn
fIR RENT gulnry, FloridaAttorney & Or : Recreation NewsBy Day Program
I SAFELY I for Plaintiff MOTICK IAUK 1 County loft loot Frldny by train

MEXICO BEACH I milk New et.A-nie MONEYDOWN I Aug IT, Bepi I. It. liSt the following la deecrlbed hereby given properly I that to VialS his dmiKhtor, Mr. toreIt Annual Men Day Rally will be

In Oadiden County, Florida, to- Johnson In New York at). Timothy lane
I TABLETS Only lie I NOTICR '10 ('RLNl'ORIFLQ1OILA .' hl'ld.1 KUiabeth Mlaakmary
Loon than IN* ft. trod watrriedge. ITATUTECIn Let: Two, Block "I," I Mr. DIKE ataled that he plant naiitlat, Church Sunday
Keif I II....... .,..1.. F. P. M'Y DUO ro. It I ihflfer to visit hi daughter grandchildren -MIDGET TR101TSTHI Septem-
L lbs Court 01 tile ( *0007Jadgo Hclghta, a (uhdlvlalon' addition *
or her :W, I tAil: tevryone ll Invited
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I ultege. SkPInO ........... Ga-lid.a Cpuaty. Florid. to the Cit>' of gulncy Flur- and great gramk-hlldrcn tat AFTr.KMMN
"... 'o. ee.e.. C.i>pt.lfkllcbea. j I In I'robalo. Ida, on and anxirdlng to a map! month While there, Tryouti will be held at Jirk to attend
ot
bosh, ........ perch I In ret Emato of or plat of record In the office a couple
FOR of RerreaUm Park
hit
BALK1: llrlKhti (
pick Ford ann
Will Pn.t tor ,...110 per ....... tip i Fruoo N. Hell the Clerk of the Circuit he also plitm to tiLt the World'iTrie I
Court In
,. truck II model, engine rebuilt I: UP TO 36 MONTHSTO : afternoon, Stop IT at I o't'ktit Card of Thanks
Cell ."1. T-MIM .r "1. I works ago Heater, epot light.' I Deceased *'"! for tlsdadon iVunty, Florida I I b'nir
.1". Mlnker light and trailer bitch I PAY To All Creditor and Pereone ,I* Plat Book No I t,,get her with trip U a gift of his duu 'h- fur all boi Intereated In playing
II.. tag. Good condition runs Having Clalma or Demand lilt 18 ..aa. auto .1.., water "..... l.lRft Awthall. The family of the late Mr*.
good. Be* at tambart'a BtoreBcpt Agalnut Bald Kitatai ..r, IOU. All bn>i planning to play In the Betty T. Ktttman wlah to take
will b.
FREE ESTIMATES You and each of you era sold *' A. M
RENT Apartment for ,'..n'.n I 10. IT It /tn 1\ tIlls moot register lids method of thanking their
FOR by notified and rcnulred to h.I the couth door ,' ihe ..url houee program year
101 WinO Waehlngun IIlr..' FoR SA.Ie HOlticreftore I X I CALL nit any elalme and In gulncy 0.,1.,'," ('.."nt". by tryout time Sub. attemmwYou many friend for raids. letter
fall MAIn T-.'-< from l-l. tt lit (I.b."dl ehorlwave receiver I which you or either of you, mayhavo Florida, on the 1Mb ,ly of Hep.tember. Antioch MB may Hill puk up regieration of aympathy, beautiful flower
lab eetate of Franee IMI
Like new Ph usaav.ra I radiomanuala. aialnet ...,.... ,. rhu nIp will .b. ( rarda from any of th* and all other ktnda of expremlon
WrlteBoip- c/o, < Noland Ball '", I. of mad pur.ui.nt to II'ln.1| ?.,',?
111.n County Tim.. If 627-8661 aid County, to the County of Pors. boil.. .:7 ibia Ooiin In Church News ooaohei at CarterTarramore High during our bereavement
RENT Judge of Uadiden County, Florida that cau.. therein pending !\i1.,1 and at the Swimming Pool Special thank to Rev Richardmn -
FOR at hi. ntrica In tho court whtreln Flrat Kfderal 8avlng ..
Quincy Florida house of aald County at Qulncjr. and Loan Aaaoclat Ion of U.dl'l The Sunshine Band will hold Hi I thihng StIr hours t..1Ih... to of Stewart Temple,

? SERVICE Florida, within all oalondar ,den Counta rorporatlon le at JOO Thurtdaj. five. The Rlrtman Family
meetlnii pjn.
1 I months from tho lime of lbs Plaintiff and ALHKRTIU JOR. Alt bow 10-13 u of January I, --
the home of Mr*. Ethel Stokei I
tlrel publication of this notice. DAN a widow. at
and
Office Space 1' tervtr A Kcpelra AU naomi Two eoplee of each claim or ... IIOIllNHON, JR are Ivrcndanteand MANTKR. and Senior MiiuAm will b* aiMr 1M1! and weighing not more than Card of ThanksThe
shall ba In wrltlni, and 120 poundi are eligible to play
man the Dnckel Number of which, *. Motiah Cbrkrr TJI: p.m,
..." reMACK'S I ball elate tha plain of ,..Ido".. I. 1-'.', That sell ante Will.., Nchewlnh nowf and roJIoIrI'f'lt1lUon : In thli program.RKMOK family of lbs late Mr. Moo
Kev.
Air Conditioned RADIO k and pnat office addreeo...of tho conducted by Kdwln R.ur. Clerk I !MKVSAOITHIU. Bailor wishes" to thank the many
I II claimant, and shall bo .orn to of anld, foiirt. 05 proMdH In lOin will wonthlp flhdup73i
.r lh( tlalmam his agent or aforeiald Final l'oi'pso r Fore. ) m. at ,St. .E Ml.Pteanent. frtrndi Air their kind gympalhy
WttCO BUILDING TV SERVICE I 6)SHIRTS) iltornty and accompanied: by aOs. closure.Tlllll. I p: : 'j.r.ZrdC.: No. ) re.hiarisea .' (ljrIJ8.-" !luring our time of sorrow May
,
of dollar and ouch
I line one In'h lap of KiiU'mber, CollIes of pul.k..' Rums God bleat
k.T Saul ecrrereeo 'aim at demand not ao filed, 1'1" 4:40 p.m. Saturday g.'I'I.| .. you.
Utilities FurnishedWill ball ba void 1SICAL1Edwin 19 at Stir rttin-h. Sunday gctxiollYimmenrrg T, 64'i 811I1,1.: | .. 4. hilggcmleaD. The Sailor FamIly
William thin Bell Jr. Pour 0.
Alter to Suit '- --- A. ailinlnletratnr of the Ketal, Clerk of circuit Court. I it S.JO: a m. Mnrnlninnihlp amtltm """ l_t Frt.
of Krencea Bound Veil, da. II, miglaa H llmir, \\< at 11:00: a m. No 2. UtherOoarJ I I ,7SO Ushers To Mist
Needs .... I 84'.
Your lviulr Clerk II No 2 and Choir WiVes at
I VI.:, publl..tloft Atigu IT, IIU with, nragonaVampire I 5 .1125 The Oly Wide Uahcr'i Union
/NKTICK'' CRFPITORH 8 for evening worship
All*. IT ..pt, 0. 10, II UI pm I I .112&
APPLY WILSON'Su I' II'IAHtll'A'T"l'I'TIII!: Rev. A. L Dixie delivering the 5 ,6 25SloygOfI will hold Ito regular meeting

and I I NOTICIO TO ruFMToni: Judge In Ihe, Oadiden lyitirt Count nf ihe, Kl.wl.la"..itniy itl'nnotfur Chnlr No. one y, W. Ram 2St. S J50 Thunday night., September 17.

FLORIDA ITAITTKR In PrchMe A. will be held Sunday S.00 p.m. I' .m All member are aaked to be pro-
PANTSLAUNDERED In the Court ot the County In re Kit me of llehmni lent and on time.A .
I Judge, Oadeden Count/, Florida, 0. II. COX Midget football inonatirf are Juiblnmn Preaklwit.Mother .
In Probate. Perused nuatnet and dvln Uaguelmm I

I. In pet K.tate ofIIUUK To All Oredllora and I.....,.. Pine Bloom MB < and Jul-him< l>meraHt '
Iilj: 4X3W.:1: U MeKKOWN. Having Claim ui Demande and of 64Mr
FLUFF DRYREPAIRS I I Deied Again Paid Petals: ne, Syke* Fine Fontla
A1VV .To All Cr* THREE WOMEN *""....,V 1 Having clalma or bemaadi by notified and required to pre nualnnae and Uvllvldiutli who *. Oldt 3. William gave
oludlve terrltorlee now I Agalnet Bald Kitatetwhich sOntsflpriaimsao 1 demand birth to her IHIh chlkl on September
I.
.ble to cell Avon' beautiful 1uu and .ecla of you are hors.bp ibloh you, or either of Ttiurdaynliht helped make thli program pnaalhie
yuu ni/ P T. A. meeting 14, In the Illnann Area The
Writ .
fhrlelmaa gift Una. Mark'It'Rite,
.otllled .n" roqlllrtd to pro.anal nave agalnat ,. Randy'
)I.... Dorothy Martin. P. O. Hot SERVICE and any elolms and domanda ill*, deceased lb., late.I.of oslO nf Connly. a U., September IT. Horn Mia Hydro'G'.I Co of Qulm-y, Vk'eaternAutn girl 111'111'I1111. ..-.'. at > anti one

1341 MOOt, Tollahaaeee. Fl*.> or It ALTERATIONSMORROW you, o roithorufynu, may : ', U> tha County Judge of (Ixli.den him Friday nliiht Sept 19, along Anenelale Sliire, WnrelmenQulncy half pmmd at birth both are
call Iftillll.BMAIB have aialnat the eatata of Hugh County, Florida, at his ..lfI,'. will htinlnena mertkig, A plalf doing fine.
HKI.F WANTED I. MrKeown, dw.an.d, late of In lb scour I II...... of nell' "'.,un. bit Camp No. 71 AW WillItalt : ;
.Id III tho Co"nl Judasof miinwr and tinging will a| Coenly
Karn ISM ty at Qulncy, Florida, within sit and Tackle Shop,
for TIMH Chrletma IS KbVINOI In pot aparc tlm. Sl wort Young's1NVI8IPLB Oadeden County, Klorlda at oal.nder month from Ihe lime .,red by Mn. Annl Thnmaa. Griffin Furniture ('InIi's- Card of Thanks
own hour. CallTallahMKce his office In the four house of.sld of the fIrst publication. of I his Stirvlay aloud. commenne at >::30 alliS
('hoon e your llarrell Halt
County at Qulncy: Florida, ... Two of M Nealy W. D.
184-0014 or write DRIVE IN copiei earh claim Unk* taclieduled
RoadTallanajwe within' all calendar monlha from or demand shall ba In every Sunday' Junior Taokle Shop, Qulnry Tire amRerapiilng Thank to everyun* tor yourklnilnea
VWO, till*. Thomaavlll Hcpu 17. 0011' CLEANERSHOMES tha lime of the first publication and shall Hate the place I writing of r*,l- .. l for September :M. : Co.. Belk-lhHla. Bell: and thought fulnea* during
UBWRAVINO Buraa, of this Two oonlee of 4 s.c. and poet'ffl.sIlroa. of Young Matrons meeting will beheld ..I1lt1t'1'Z lllne**. I shell be forevergra'
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Cut, Tear Bring your gar- Slaron. .__ l'romP.oO I eanh :: .' d enall be the claimant and chill be eworn uahert Ai Hatea Hardware '
mania lo Bias Audrey Runes, II In writing, cod shall alalo the t* by the claimant, ,, his ...nl, or September 23. The Slinp, Wondrow Qieater, ul tor the. lively fitiwernnod
FOR SALE i '0 W. King SU, Ph. II7-T4II. If1 I "In.. of residence and poet office Uturory and aciximpanled hy a will have a ennterenr on Friday :IVli. Jllnry Jungle: Omlr cards I ....1V1'Ct. Appreciatively
dr... .r IIs .I.lm.nt and ( ling fen of one dollar: and aurh nluh Sept 25. Mother andtliti'tmras Bcmlre OilahulmCame1 yiHira. Mr*. Ixirnlhy 8an
Jaekaon,
1 shall ha 10 by She .Ialm. claim'
sworn
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HOUSES aol MIVKY flied Rtlftrd will\ have their :
ford Glover
ant hi. asont. no alt orns' and shall .. '.,.. Playthlngt. McOory'iand I
CAPITAL PUT CONTROL aoromt'aniol Sip a 1111.. too 0' : ('. roxItiHFKT Annlvemary the 4lh Sunday InSept. 10. Miinford'i 1).1I- IYu",11

AttapulguaHighway. .... dollar and eitch claim or .... II. COX: at J 00 p.m. A program will Cb ralrIry' Thank You
VOn BAUB: Lot on Store W tt L Recapping ,
Pool Ceelrel TenoillcCoclrel ,
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Frlco- nand not an filed halt ba void A se.oalcan f lbs foal Will remlt-red by the Oonpel Tnrr.otlors
160' 400' be
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117illl. Hat ... William Huttt MeKeownnf .nd Teitament of 0 O. Don Qeanara, Mimroe tIpsierRep
U. 00. Phone II7-7III or "ml.lotratn or lbs Pelato dwasaedPlr.l X-tobrr 11. ICvrryone UIncited. Its Wllllami, The family of the late Mr*.
Hepu .. to. >T. 14 41 Hear r.. ...... t. E. ftimlay
: nf Hum U McKfnwn, d......" publlialien |t>piember If. Monnin'a Ornt'ery, The Fanning Belly Rlllman wltliet to thank
Call TaUahaa.ec Fie. First publication MopsrmhnjII., 1114 li.pt. It. II, _
1"1. I, I 41STINOIIS
Andte. tnI' flowers
FOR BAUt: Houee and lot. 111 IOU Kept I*. I?. t4 Vt, 1 4tDKWKT Nealy'a (leaner Jame their many trleml ,
W. Jeffereon fall 1. W. Peanut COLLECT : M JOHNHO -- -"- Men's Day At and George W. And..1I1, r.rd, and other" klndneaae during
Kingsbcrry
raaoock UT-ttll. Attorney for AnmlnlMratorAriVKnTiaPMENT their hour of bereavement.Slgnc.1 .

HOME MITE 11.1411 ---'i vtOI'It'pT TO 'NTR4""fRII Mr*. liable IlllmanHO
OFFICE 122-1711 tf : : FOR BID Saint James -
....1." bide "'UI he reeelv.4 St. Matthew
FOR SALES Gr.enwoodand until 1011 AM ; FBT. .
day, Bfptember; >4, IIII, tiy the Thunday evening I'oot'Ol1tr. m. Lists ScheduleThe
nad'den County noon of PubHo weekly: prayer -

Bedroom. concrete. block:, VITAMIN AND at the Instruction office, of Oulnry the Bunertntendent Florida.- .d by Slater Des M IInd........ Fri

fen central heating Mapwlla HEALTH FOOD SERVICE Sunset Acres of Puhlln Inalructlnn.four day evening at T.30 p m, MitVIne Rt Matthew M. B. Church

Drive owner looting town. Natural Vltomlna ant llonee, obey, Florida, jv nili'i will enlertaln Ill al Old Mt. Deacent will begin
113.500. llealtk Feed I for the oonolrurtlnn of the following !Vnlor Mlaaltinarlet at htime Sunday Sunday eehnol at 10 .'.....'11 III...-
CLARK PLEMMONS
Rearea. OWBT I Qulnry protect, on FlorldatAn Bonth BtewartBtreet at t:45 Sundiiy ,,'hmil. MornIng day morning with the Rev. f.rayervtiig

1 Bedroom. frame), ecprae Mia Andre Phone MAIn Mill : elementary' arhool pironalillng .. worshIp at lISt am mllh aa P15.'. All trarhen
dining room, oak floore lit (01 W. King SU .IZ7-74H "I eighteen laroome ...
Mr. Napoila White as iuetg are aaked. to be present,
Chenvboro Insist Aern. rafelorlum, llhrary, andadmlnlatratlva
anile and cllntn. |e Other gueat on pmKrain Mr Gray will' bring the mom-
kM'
,',.000.I The building will .. complete are: ThMorc Nealy, Mr, WU.hert Ing menage tollnwed by dinner-

Bedroom, redwood aiding, RADIO I 501.with 501 plumbing I wIll ha heitlng.at msoon.5.and wlretructlon CauseS Mr. James Former, at 12:30.: TV will be charred. tnt

FlorIda room. South Love ... conrreti and ........ Mr. OIr1I1..lInl. and Mr. OiarlegHolt. adulla, 3te for rhllilren. All pro- :

Street, Sunaet Acre fle.OOO. TV SERVICE .'., poured gypium roof decke The Young Men of HI. coed will .* wed for rrniolilllnghe 'ef
bond.d built-up roofing, ilumlnum limes will bet In charge of the rfitirrh.Th .
I Bedroom*, poorneSs block, ewntng. window. end *....
..poire AllHekec 5l'fVil' with Mr. MyertMtOkry will render
M '. with ell InKrler trim Mdoablnet evening ftxilhland ginger -
room, carport pl.
utility
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room I IU.U_' .
central heating, oak and ...... work. ag pirvt speaker, a program at 1 p m and you

II Circle Drive, Oak LOTS RADIOS Wat.ooaa Plan I and 'peetfleatlone will are cordIally Invited In h* pre-
floor, be available' tc Inttreoled bidden I
Part I1S.OOO. rIo". ..,. t< IUIDAT'IRADIO Robert Maybln A.I'., ill mualcal WM rendered by
1 Bedroom, brick-veneer, central t'ollrge Avenue, Taltahaaeee, WIlls U alien Sumlay aflen .

heal and conditioning A TV .Le liCIt Florida (P. O lOon lilt). A Plan Church Notes .... .W<* eaeh and everyone

I and V* bathe walltowallrarprtInK 101' Ilal Wool ,.,,_ depoelt... cf required fifty tar 111111)each doflarewill eel of rnjtiyed. (me prim wg received

drapra carport plane obtained bf the generalcontractor The Second Mlwthrth MHOiurrh hy Mini (Carten raitenon
Jetty Avenue, Holiday Height*. bidding on the contract wlahni to thank all otou The next program will be the" :
t* k* refunded .* th. re.
S Bedroom, frame, modem tern cf the plane In g*..4 condl- (tir p.tl1IcoJlDlklti.|i mntrlbulma birth Hurelay all p m. ions and

kitchen, at Gretna. and o* II. LEONMOBILE lies willis fbi days from the and atipi.Tt In making our you will hear Him go"d old tummy
bid ..... Additional eels .1 Annual Women' Day program a singIng
'0. 6,500. "'::iaZi.5 -
S.Hwy. UK ----
HOMES 11 plane may contractor be ebleln.it. and ky plane theleneral gtinrg, A special thanks to Rev.Robert _ _

I Bedroom, frame, older may alee kc obtained by the enkeentraotera SOlO "'":- ......- Ureen and Mlag llrtlyMllllami OP

home furnlahed etc*, hot water 81** e Service cr 0th. liioreet.d hot Bqutr la WUIbunaport bid gomket*. Anmiunretnentg High

htr. range and retrig. en parll.e I 000 55) Collars for a denoatt p.r ..I. wIth cf fifty lbs fa. wag hOmIly bussing are .. folkiwi: ..Vnlor -

corner lot, Creemaboro. Hew Moon Vartott I d.p..11 ..r.n... Ions ....1'. whoa a steno at honey k.c* tVHr HMNinal will be "held School News

Cirdncr Conoer. Stewart.Mice fits 0111010 '011.. t. ...., 515 eollected around Ui. wIndow 1 00 p'm.. Vet: lunilay
GREGORY Un.
LEWIS tt of reproduction, the
clean U4 Trailer I 1lks.lwsde1l alLS. I Ifll of the documenta In good re- front of t hardware Mar, gthnil begIns at >> a m, with By Linda Jean Dixie

REALTOR r and ir Wide t idllloa within five ca/e from A eo-oporatlT k *>g*.pr morning worahlp at 11 no amR .
VFAMIINflTOX' IT. I bid dots ..lh Junior rhnlr anti uahera Ifurrlcane Dora and Rlheluaed : 'l
It to UM
W.
cam klorc Folios
127.12"FOR We finds for fumUvre atanylblog I'cotror toil hl4dl. so lbs ohiO arrve thfiaighuut Ihe day.Lions' ll. prartpmemenl ol
sbovs probed will Is roqllrsd Is
ei value I HARRELL'3 furnish a bid hood I. the ........ many of IhP actlvttle. erheduled
of loss thaa five the Utme tact week. Mr
not < >) percent hy on
W. Have COOL SEAL i iV. First
of the kid, wblck bund shall --.m tint hum gmihc.ll gam wag GilL NOW-Th tomboy
b. In the form ef cochleae
.. 10 W mil wins .. 111 d TACKU INX lftntmt ..-., rtifie4 check a or kid among the MMrte ranrtled el Buckingham Patio. wtiejcaaa

SALE Talquia Ino I' nit HuntWf I Leleus bond written by a reputable aadiptablc Game Cancelled The Utin voted for the pmldcrrt Princess Anne now

.. company, made par. and vlee preeiilmt of IhNtolriit Muany to atUred M blue

Bedroom. Conrret BlockHOUSE TaU ._ Florida I cOts Hoard to., the Public Uaileden Instruction Countr. a. WI lWssshM Plus III Hurricane Pnra Ihe Cnunrll M>imly and. Tue > ... |oe* skIpping M Ixwdua

1211 Weal T_ 11 Flecker, (.h.I..... anti8A$18Aus Carrmmore LIoN Vt Blake day, but th* reeull ol till elect wIth *. brother PrInts
Tb onn'-.o tul low bidder willI been anmunred.W .
Inn have nut
High Yellow JuiHg gam wan Charlee, sad tkctr wthar
I
lie IoqShrod I. hr.11
Mk floor aabealo red Phase UI.*''' lormenno hoed aad a p..1 a p.r. .."""IIod. The game hag mil beenrrarheduM lne ,lax, Vp4.ml"r 7. the C.lot Blots>)>, QUM Kluabott. <

CM Bwne ()ail mmmmmIIOTlrll bond la the ._..t .f |ee% of aa of thla Urn Ftp 1 Jbrary lob eptgniired rtmprlrh The prlncec*' kalnto
lbs contract price. wIth a aurety.mp.ny Ihrtiie was cetHerd anwnd
|noD ccreptablo to the owa.or. aiviiher ""IIIwtt. Hurrlran Dnr also ..* MrxVri. 1 .han|*.

.I... the' award cf lbs .... dampmed lbs Reading "
Call Lewis E. Porch Plumblna FUtare Electrical tract, a reverxe of f'r:1 Hit 'TIIh" a member
I \ TO CONTRATOPi The swan, __,... lbs rlgkl Vim of the $ Depejtment whorereiMly '
I Suppli. POps and flutiapa. AI'Vr-KTKKMtNT: roll 011011 to rejert aar .ad all ...... -arTrbhy the )$ meyto I rettirned tmm Atlanta, c' ,
MAin 78770MISCELLANEOUS I Water H....... TU Board.Cu Sealed klde will ke received 1I04'U' ..r PUIII.IC Itirnl Cry Alabama where
u and OU Healer until I*'a* A-at KIT Thureday.Keptemker INHTHI'CTI'WH' (1AtoJDE rhey enlangk with Houlh ClraH jenrgta' aft,! completing a taunt
I' 14, 1114. *r bbs Ua4a- (conn. FI 'RIUA High .1wIt1l1. The LIoN are mngklered -m drvekipmeM. tearhlng el cor-I
Hoard of ,..11c le.iractloa H. <:H& CHAIRMAN ..
duo fncaty 4rT lUT the undenlnn to tie noMl fir, reading. WM IN ..
I Qulncy, florid., al Ike
------- -- ROCCOPIPE offlc of the Bvperlniead.nl cfPokIM B I' Waf.Ltn SliPs Ihe AtatNUnlanf have A;' parent are urged to purtmurair ', Ow

I 1...,..tie.. Court Hoee.Oolney. 5ECRLTAR: r one nr two game under their .+*** hiP their rhlkr. '
riorlda for a twelve P.d. .. II If It will tie fared !hiprohIrotne /.51Thl OVwflln tor tnmrvnroI
,..... GIlU15ST belt The Lam
riaeerooo addition I* BL '
l'"r nWIt., I Vplember 11 The
or IXICNTT Jl'O..r; bark to the FrVlay. premium
Oadede. X getting
3'OPI I.u.EI u" yatador Podia. & SUPPLY CO. Onty.elementary Bekeel ;:J:;:;:: : coul'TI't STATS OF tdO-Nn5'1A9t$! Slows inch the statIOn prevented I II 1700

4 *.w**.. VI hIS Au100atio.MAIII *. 44 TEAKS OF StUTlCITe Oeeral oontrMtore may *ccarc "(It 55055w I, MB SCDTKPrnLADCiriaA. their being on the field fnOIII PT.A. lYettdenl Mr*. V Kelly I

04 OondltJoe and MAil I-IIW ,1... and epeelllcaUoaa ao goTATI OP 'CLUPHXriCH HatloealLeagM of M weHtml Exported 10 ,. urge all pare*** to attend P.T.A. '
fill at nlgkt Thin Ana .
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4eied July l 44 from Ikeflce SHEllER
II LCTLN Oiled raght to
ear time.Bodan'lMailon. 212-1517 .( ., Ita...... billS Bjlckxp Daroasot hatoa meeumWd teUtetr mm lo M duty Bile weekAlewwVr II every Wedneedejr
Itn torI (".u..r PHONK Asehiuole C Beglaeora, III Utk nlUce to BoB Jamee S ....... Jam** tOss ""It.
Wagon, HAH. power ISIS .. Homes Street f. Uededen Street. Tallaaaacee. Kctlc I* kcreky given Ikel tke Mary vki Pedgw hurter nrted to ***** with *a kury .. fins ........ ewmlnarton
ctcertna, automatic '. *.811.- TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA .I a eact cf thlrty-fKc .IU."' **.*...*.... ke* fit.* his PleaS Sandy XeitfM Maaaed Baa rop Sill rmiHed. tram 5 tan.running wU be green Tueidey teptamber.1D. \ 4i
..... new engine and brakra.I1MM tollara per sot with limit of Meter *a4 Meowrl M Kiecvlercf
Call J-.tM after I pm. two .. per _I...'..... O* pre*. ... Uet wIll bad 1...._. Jim 1 It to Uk* nuitte Bulk Bmw swIll waepw III. .
...,,&. 11, 14. (""- I. I 4t mtatloK of a .iMllfle4 preneal, ., Jolla ..11.. tote. doeeeeede4 net BrfareMce to lBs loot lob Win be bard >>* hIM take Adtitt educalkj rUaaec wtJI begin
the coot .( ecxk eel will lie ref baa ale filed etc felliki for Irptember 11. XegMntlMlwill '
FOR BAUCt ie '0.. Peer* ..*e4 I. tk* 11I4'., ape* Ik* Order .. t.._,... a ad kleepplkctlon 21 year .*1ilad B**a *r* tk* lark beoMH* Kobert "Sklppy"ImHh '
Tractor. Wee I*,*** .ow. Oaly WELL DRILLING ....r. ef ". cot I. Ike crrktu for Kleel fXeck.... lintel with BasS hal dr..* I Iremenilnie >* b* hebl Wedneediy HlgM :
14.ee.. Ha only l II koyr tall '. off... I. auditionvltkHI Vptember U, directly aAer f,
>" good sad tkel o* ef In.d5s
....IIIa. 8.1. Vioiida.Sept.11.. It it Featuring Cemptd* I -"....feertee day alter bid own .Ikorecftee IM4 al"i..r... tk. ......or..ac.. ..... Uke .* ..... amur. our TX meeting._

d 1t..rIo Un. el Dala Pump tee c........... kMdlae *. Ok. .. Mr lie hoard kc will ceply ...jrlrrt.ti.. CwnpHM. among
C".ON gae.SAiL cacelleal: Hamm****..1.... PrK MOM ** Irrigaltem. .**.. prereet will ke ..*.1'''. 'e. tk* C..." bus cf Oedede. MoAn t4oi J our urt 1iHu to M ...... and Hospital Report : ,
very _...I.. I. Ed Hell Havana. I* foralok 5 eertirie4 ee nantot' ( ..ty, riortd at hIs cf flee I* rl ntli K *. rt P*, e Idwtr p
*v
I *.*.. kM kM4 ee keek4rrt lbs
CU no.".*. 7I2Jff.ROSAHARDWARE *>rl aSians Ca (Jalat?. rteri
*. I*. 0?. 14 IIJBCI.AIMLiP I* Ik. *m_at I/ frvetkwd c fop 5.541051 *f saId rtiulrJJ any to bang eul one day If o'oa I lltnaoiker
_
CO. floe .*..rM (It.>** 5)) 5.4 **e**, toel I aa* Rosa.. MoIaIhtJ leptemb
$ REPAIRS: W. ...... I 4Ur made peraklc .. ike UO..- ci Otot........ sod V.. and William Neaiy, 14 tUle tarfaervKDM .
0 Ilo..r oowta. monkt..n Sial ...* Ceoetf *Mr* ., r..1.. leemetl Ylo*! a* own a._. v.11 StoumM Lee Jane, llaanak' 114hy .
wars ."" 1..1..... Pep repair bLoust. 141 ...11I Mimes ... I **. !M U eralkM B.ero.tmHtff. ,* II kitiene4 to themttffl row Wat
T'- aoOoa: 4,5 II TaltokMM*. rWrtd tarp 4 renalp R.psrini..4.oI Tl. Alncy UtenA II Fn115 are LUrid Jtiewtso1 KaihanW ."""fIIIIItI,
.. ... ... ..""' ... _.... i 511 Knfceni.na St. los.
.11. ,11. U2-1MT IH I rl Tkc e rte af.1 Riocior *r tk* tad Win ItaMr" Twnee and Henry lilt PrWe. *fll
_u..r. ... I. WrIIIt I', r- ( let k* dce will k* rlr4 uslsesl.h and TeciamMI cT "*ll* ...,.. a Your*, cmito Ph-klne. ii. IW-
Ckrr are i.
..... "1.. a petfe 'ma.. head a4peymcvt ....*. weaee4 Curry. ThcrnM : Nse .Iron.Wrley .
Sept lS.h.ld.Or..I_ dl .I 0 k4 In Ike weM ., "... ," *.* T"wlc* turneea tor ant L..fhnr4* tired lUrrtaon tve
!*.% of Ik* ..1_' prVc, wrttle 5"u...,. for l.*el.eJ'TKB rsos and >rtr*** fcMtJWail. Fobs Qutoryt IMIe: MoOflfl.
wIlL a **rey eempay cvorIHte CI.-". Pisrid.aontasltltOn4t' tocklea have Julio. WullMn. Havana:
BRICK HOMES and llce ec. M Fieri-. de two *m vrmre. JUnmle ......... ML HeaaanlMrit :
ameplabi. to tk. _.... kctcee MOM the arawr Done. rMle Ibern
lea award ., ... *e lr**< roei RIDS WqQdo4-. lIe al tortle. CBver. Ii r*.n-
1IOf1t' u Hcn.T qrrntfcci > m rern tatoj
Tko ewaer ill 571173(1Oase
reeceve rtglI
FINISHED oaaYan4
COMPLETELY .._ *." sad ell cM*. the atocrd W Cooalr Cee>- WAsh OMefTr- Afr5 *r cfbtie*. tut heavy Ma Calmo:
515.454r5 0Usd.. bad ton e jitWr tery n wondrrM. job al MI and Eva
Years 100 4P.r> or rvBUcr. 44
25 M
$4W9 Month honda I" .... ..aaIed'p :r. 7 BopluonbI? I
per Iw51-OrCTlw.. IU DtIOPf't''JfTT. Pesiserder M **** IMI wok M oar *nennnn* tor boy -
Trad PlflfllDA Ia I 55 E55uek AN tam.do and Jottu Teurcj Glib
Accent Old HOIDM In 0. H rt.nC'IfUo CILIRMAR4TYLav lbs 510 sO (BooM, 1054.so moo iaimem BlUe e. a oralS. .. kl e p rteJto CbS

Bathrooms. 1k. sUBs : Ib (lock 50 04.0 .* kM M ef iW nartagMfhrk "'
ALSO- Now Kitchens. S .. wALcmiX : 51 no..t. CI....... ..-* e.. Mttk" The rcttrt WOktrh leptisirhor0.NOTICE L_ ttrfCOl Y "WJ U
.. .. .. Ohs tofloujel slam for sos ky ALE 1
Additions. Repairs r-ra T ee* It It lbs 55.1 aa4 Selaso Po5.vIomlto. C.IoIOAIC KaMinoa to the ***MI

in TUP iiKcvrr cncnr or a II' 555 l5lb pscusd 'r_ t.. .t1' o1-05IACMSO the SkeW .ex extra bcyvt atAPUAM HMD** a
100% FINANCING THE K/10D JITHCIAI. CIJrrrr .... sO 044 -....- PUS A0000ti """' -" P&A'tItt.... of give ned >**l to IN kovkfleidMMMOO T* weenher *f We CardeaOecto two-pier evtnmf doses to palsjnIdbitIjllSSUb.fllSbthIo
or n/tjir. it 4inpv > r...... Foot Os. Woul .... MoM r Our vexraOMi W ever and .
>K """"'fIt. cotm. wrTI .fl.ali.s. hi 04. Lasot.ens trtl bo e4 tisduesul107 I
Se Model Home at 805 West Washington SL ""Kftf BuatSIr I. .._,.. 01, 110050 PIMTS.4. 1St' antI he .d *.. ttme el M* we will bave eur regular nor**. ole toy to suRest at tile kMck
4sag no i .r* ,.."... "11t i- 'I Flesh MIII'ItfIIIPII Ales "Ole Limes waS I., neei.it September 24 at the Uae, buttoM tie tk* batik

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SATEEN!:_ GADSDEN COCNTY_TIMES, QUINCT. 1U>1UDA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER IT. 1M4

I fleas as If he had been there every 11
night for the last forty yean RECREATIONNEWS
Bits The citltens of: Qulney are fortunate RESOLUTION NO. 321 ''I
to have the services of this
Pieces 0 man. A RESOLUTION IN. HONOROF

Had a soldier to Jump the gun By Donsj James G. O. COXBE
BT HUTCH In voting last week. tie had applied
for an absentee ballot and MIDGET FOOTBALL IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSIONOF
after I found that he was not reglitered CHEERLEADINO I THE That
CITY OF QUINCY, FLORIDA:
I've had a lot to say lately in I lent registration formsso All girls between ages 1-11 interested
regard to the Influence of outsider that he could register by mall in being a Midget Football .I SECTION 1. The City Commission of the City of
( prescribed by law) and then 1
as Cheerleader
agitating prople In thus area should meet this
QuIncy. Florida, dos hereby publicly and of riohlprecognize
after the ballots are printed I
and In the rush have overlooked, afternoon Sept H at Corry Field I
a lot of the better things at We .i would mall him one. He filled In at 4,30: in order to be placed on and proclaim that in the death of G. O.
men as the poems we have been the spares I had checked, but one of the five Midget FootballCheerleadlng I Cox on the 8th day of September, 1964, the City lost
running In the Times of late that where I placed a check for his squads. pre.I'Ig.1 a faithful devoted and loyal public servant whos
were written by Mrs Mubel SHell signature which was a straight There will not be any 111. and memory we desire hereby to honor. New Car
beneath
the legend
I want to rail your attention line with Istratlon and all girls! present will
to one of lie bent short poema "Signature of Elector, he laboriously be assigned to teams. SECTION 2. H* loved the City and its people
"President
I believe I ever read. Its printed don B.printed Johnson.In Guess Lyn he 1114 MIDGET FOOTBALL I Moat of his adult 111* was spent in Mrving them.
thin iMiue In a box 8PON30R8. dOACHES
fl IKP\\hel'In
under the heading "The Fruits thought that was a rather short AND ROSTERS: I For more than forty yar prior to his retirement in

of Love." Read It. I believe you ballot. And will he be surprised Monday afternoon the Qulney February 1957, he wa a faithful diligent, efficient
will agree with me I when he gets the real about thing -18 Recreation Department: held tryouts .'. and valued employ. of the City: thereafter, beginning
24 Inches deep by
some for all new Midget Football:
wide. on the 14th day of June, 1957 and until his
Monday night the "kickoff"meeting inches prospects for the current 1964
I death h. continued his service elected
a* an mem.
of the United Fund of season. We put 40 new playerswho
Of course there are several ber of the City Commission, having been reelectedto
Quincy will he held at the courthouse had registered and came out DOESN'THAVE
at 730.: Thus year the other reasons, such out as the all Times this for tryouts on one of our five such office in 1960 and again in 1963 and in that

campaign l II being conducted by and registering other duties Retting to keep me from Quincy teams. A total of DOyoungsten capacity giving countless hour. of unselfish and .
Francis MrCall and all of those going fishing but old Dora put in the yOMidgeet group!I uncompensated time to its governmental affairs and
who have been working In the ilgned I up to p Football
organization since Its Inception a a slop to me even thinking aboutIt. this season, this Is 4 less the welfare of its citizens. During this period of
couple of yean ago will he pull The Orhlorkonee won't and be right Apa- total and S leu new players than service he was Mayor for one year ((1959-1960)) and
ing for "Frank1 and working toward lachlcola Rivers while. 111 JIIlt last year, but the decrease Is most I also served a period of time as Mayor Pro-Tern.
meeting the goal of $39,800. again for quite a and Ikely due M lowering the. weight TO BE
/ special attention will have to bide my time go limit of 10 pounda. The weight SECTION 3. That his public service and private

leigiven: to I the Individual: ) giver. whenever I can. was 130 pounds, It is now 120 I life demonstrated his love and concern for his fellow

Of course the merchants and businessmen ) from the Game pounds. his church and his devotion his God
will be called upon as Had a telegram Any boy falling to register\ and men to and
Usual, but without the generous and Fresh Water Informing Fish Commission me that may want to play In the Midget constitute a living memorial to him.
contributions of the Individual, Monday football program, must sign up
you and me, thin worthwhile cause due to (the high water the shad treating had- and will be given further Instructions -i SECTION 4. That a copy of this Resolution shall

will not be a siwcc s. You are been of pontponed Lake Talquln again for They, too, for assignment to teams. be furnished his family and the news media be A DREAMA
to be at the meetIng TEAMS
urged
strongly will have to wait for the wstcn to provided with a copy hereof.
Monday night. It will be a KIWANIS HORNETS: Coaches
short session and the drive which recede.! Doyle Rooks, Ray Byrd. Players, ADOPTED in open session of the City Commission I
will start Tuesday morning It exported Malcolm Bruce, Ben Wells, Ricky
of the City of Quincy, Florida, on the 14th dayof
to be short" aim So led Shower For Strouse, Clay Vanlandlngham,
i buck old, Frank and put thli I thingover Charles Woodward, Lane Mahaf- September, A. D 1964.

In short order. The money Miss Kemp fey llarrell Wells, Tommy WpIlI.1 Leon E. Wea..rPra.ldlng
raised will be used to help finance Ricky Brannan, Jerry
71 of the most worthwhile charities Miss Martha Ann Kemp, bride Woodson, Danny Brown, Billy I 8u- Officer of the City Commissionof
In exlslenre. So let's be tbel'I I elect, was the honoree at a beautiful her, Steve Ward, Randy White, the City of QuIncy, Florida
Monday night, and ready to go to I miscellaneous shower Tuesday Taylor Fletcher, Kenny Rogers I
work Tuesday.I I evening when Mn. Jack: .Hum and Jack Welch. ATTEST:
I phrey and Mn. Marilyn Todd entertained JAYCEE TIGERS: J. F. Cross
want to add my two rents I for her at the Community I Bobby Carries, Ben :
worth to expressions made by I Center In Gretna. Bobby Freeman. ) 'Coachel':1 Clerk of City of Quincy and
numbers of the City Commission The dining table was centeredby Massey Bob Chandler, Clerk of City Commission thereof
and other on the appointment of I an arrangement of flowers lall, terry M.
C W. Thomas, Jr. to fill the tin- I And on one end of the table was Wade, Richard Maxsey, j
expired term of Commissioner G. I he nit giass bowl and the other Jones, Gary Bailey. Brian Smith,
O..Cox. I feel that the Commission I crystal trays of cookies, compotes Ben Duncan, Jr., Wesley Joyner, Campbell, Scott Campbell, David erleaf Room at the Canning Cen
made a good and wise I of nuts M.... Todd poured. Michael Higgins, Pat Hlgglns, Gay, Ronald Sthotield, Taylor ter. The meeting was called to
choice. Mr. Thomas has had 18 Several games and contents Bruce Wentworth, Jimmy Lmzy, Williams, Jim Allen, Ronnie Ed order by. Mn. Shirley Clark.
yean experience ai a member were enjoyed which afforded merriment Martin Llnzy, Joe Unzy, Richard wards Eddie Renew, Jack Skipper There ..el'old members present
j of the Commlsalon and li known during the evening Parker, Joseph King and Tommy Tilmon Owens, David Carter and 2 new members New
to most everyone/ this communIty Miss Kemp received many >acork. Marc Martin, Robert Bonnett members wer Joy Sunday and
ai a good and level-headed 'level and useful gifts. Among EXCHANGE BULLDOGS : Tommy Barnett, David Phillips, Saris Wells.
tiudnnaiman. I watched him me: 21 guest were the mothers Caches, John Campbell,. Bubba James Miller, Jimmy Wayne Conrad We discussed trying! to enlist
Monday night and he took his I III the couple Mn. Albert Walter Gay, F/d Ranew, Gene Williams, Donnle Shad John Bonnett. new members from other school

seat and went. at tlw. .rlly's. buri..:Ponton_and Mn. C. D. Sykes. I lark. Rlrharrimn. Players., Rex ROTARY FIGHTING IRISH: clubs since the clubs have been
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Coaches, Sylvester) Woodward. taken out of the schools. We were
Norman McMillan. Player Bill given! ..1{ handbooks.The .
Bass, Bono Edwards. Bill\ James newly elected officers to
I I Tracy Charles Riddle, William serve the year 1684-'63 are as
Monroe, Steve Fryer Jeff Km follows: President, LIbby Bums;
bry, Roy Glenn Hurst Rick Croon vice president, Janice Godwin;
er, Jerry Rudd, Sam nd : secretary, Nancy Sanders; song
Terry Deason, Olln McMillan, and recreation leader, Charlotte
Ray Auman, Paul Embry, Ronald Stoutamlre; council delegate, Joy
Scott Eddie Ingram and RobertA. Sanders; devotional leader, Louise
Story. Sunday and reporter, Linda LOAN
AMERICAN LEGION BLUE Ard.The
DEVILS: Coaches, Monte Bitter, meeting! was adjourned by
Jerry Money, Jimmy Ftoyd. Play- Libby Burns.
en, Russell' Marsh, Buster Carter Linda Acid,
I Mark Bates, Frank Cox Jr., reporter
I Peter BORKS, Tommy Floyd, Jack
Corry, Stephen carry, John DOfBLE "0" C1.t'B MEETS
Bongs. Donald Money, Stephen The Double "G" 4-11\ Club began FROM US
Watson, Jody Thomas Larry Edwards the new year with an organizational -
Bobby Norman, James meeting at the home ofJeynean
Hlnton Sammy Crouch, Steven Woodbery on September
I Moose Ronald Fletcher Glynn t.
Harmon. Bradley Hewett and Jeynean, the retiring president
O Jams Lee LI''IIPtIoLunchroom called the meeting to order at

4: 111. The officers for the year WILL MAKE IT YOURS
1B64-'B5 were rlerted. They areas
follows: Jean Thompson, president '
; Aliens Smith, vice president
Menus ; Audrey Humphrey, secretary
treasurer; Jaynean Wood-
September 17 IS bery, council delegate; Sheryl
Thompson, reporter and historian;
,;'.1 Thursday. September 17- Sandra Woodbery, devotional leader FINANCEADVANCE
Barbecued Pork on Bun and Barbara Mahaffey, song
Whole Kernel Corn and recreation leader.
I Sliced Tomatoes After the election of officers
Gingerbread W/\fonnI1l1ft\ Mn. Shirley dark and Sheryl
,1c Friday, September 1 Thompson discussed the projects
I School's choice that the girls! could take and registration
O Monday, September 11- blanks were filled out.
I J Spaghetti '"/Meat Sauce After a brief discussion of plans IN
V English Peas for the new year, the meeting was
Cole Slaw adjourned by the president at
o Mixed Fruit CupBread J.30.
fc'j1 The Double "G" 4II Club would
Tuesday September 22- like to lake this opportunity to I
I Tuna Fish Salad welcome Mn. Jack Poppell Its
: Baby Lima Beans new adult leader.
I Sunset Salad on Lettuce Sheryl Thompson

I I 'S:J I I Rolls Potato Sticks reporter

Wednesday, September M- Birth Announcement
,52 -- Baked Ham
4. texture on texture Green Beans Mr. and Mn. Rears Meadows
Parsley Potatoes (Jo Ann Sheffield) of Tallahassee,
Fudge Data Cookies announce the birth of their first
; end the whole! Is greater than the Rolls child, Keith Dixon, born September
3 at Tallahassee Memorial
turn of the parts. Sllktn-suedtd Hospital. The baby weighed nine

pounds, eleven and one halt
kafalops smoothly collared !In ounces.

{welled luitre colr,..the look, Maternal grandparents are Mr. .
and Mrs. William Matthews Jr. '- -
the sal) of pure luxury of Qulney and maternal creatcrandP&rentI
are Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Godwin of Havana. Paternal
grandparents art Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Adamson ot TaDah......



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4-H Club perJonatNn. ;t* :.:. .

Nw Views Hattie Kelly of Madison ..
la visiting relatives here She, '
I The Bandrttet. a newly organ- Mrs. Dave Kelly. Mrs James
bed 4-H duo under the leadership Kelly and Mr*. Frank Whittle .
of Mn. John Ruuell. met spent Tuesday at Panacea at the
September 14 at the home of whittle rottajp.
Judy RuaseU with eight members Mr. and Mrs L. D. McMillan
pI'fIfIIL left yesterday on a trip to Maggie
YI Upon arriving, Mn. Runetl and I Valley. N. C They will beJoined
Judy served refreshments of (tool- there by Dr. and Mrs J.
aid lemonade, cookies and sandwiches Nelson IWttclaw of Greenville.
after which some of the N. e
girls fllM out their registration Mr. and Mrs. Warner Sanford
papers Flint order of businesswas and am ol Atlanta recently visited :'
the election of dub officers, Mrs. R. C Sanford and Miss
which are as follows: Alice Sanford
$14.99Bronze Kay Wall president: Judy Russell Mr. and Mrs. Milt Count and
vice president; Linda Cross, family of Long bland N. Y. an 1
Patent secretary: Nancy Bowman treasurer visiting relanvn hen and are
Jubilee ; Latrelle Edmfleld. and being delightfully! entertained.
Red Jubilee Patent WmaoB leader; Robbie Susan Walter Gilbert returned Sunday
Black Caviar Call Story, reporter: Susan McPher front a WIt In Orlando.
son. council delegate and Betty Miss Unsley Sokman la attending .1
AAAA to B Edwards, devotional leader. Westminister School tor Girls
W* next discussed a name tor In Atlanta. I
BAGS TO MATCH our newly onanisni dub and fu> Mr. and Un. Robert Smith,
ally decided upon Bandettrs look their son Danny M JackaonvfUt -
sine* w* art all members ol the Friday to resume ha THE QUINCY STATE BANK
Qulney High School Band. We studies at Bours School far Boys
then dtscuavd our prated* for Mrs. Sam Hgdoa and Mr*.I
the coming year after whet our Henry Faulk spent till weekend ss.
BANK NO. 1 CHARTERED AUGUST 1889
meeting was adjourned by our Atlanta. I IMM -
president Kay Wolf. Our next Tim Smfch has gone tel!
meeting borne Sparaaaburg. S. C to return hr FIRST STATE BANK ORGANIZED
owillCm ber12.the :
at Kay studkM u Convene.Ma 1
Robbie baa Story. Mania' Dowdng. sire i UNDER THE LAWS OF FLORIDA
t i "'Ikftrurauau I at Meetr. N. C and !
area of Charleston. $. C, also .' MAKE THE QUINCY STATE BANK YOUB BANIPACE
4 ruts staled at Mantra base returnd -'
ELECT OITKTBSTb to mum their studies) after
, Leprechaun 4-H CXh met vision* "her flutist Mr*. V1r |
Tuesday, September I is KM Oar a Dowltasj and. family. l 1



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