Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579627
oclc - 01445941
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System ID: UF00028297:00195
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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VOLUME NO. 39 -- \
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Tigers Outplayed Chipley Small Turnout County Sales 'I''Annual v Slated

At United Fund Show Big Gain Banquet

Gadsden Cmmh iwinrna n still I
Meeting HereOnly I good, with July i 196. sloe ex

Friday But Are Defeated 58 people allowed up tot i ceding Julv 411 1 li percent 6.t rains by awhnppUlg Gadsden

the United Monday Fund night organization meeting at ol thecourthouse the 400 The percent stab II IniTease* whole over ihowed the,; By County CC

according to John
tame month a vent ago. Neigh I
By Dunn JameiTlnwi Snipe, president Of these he hoeing counties of Leon and Jack- .
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Bporti Writer said It were officials.Mr ton registered garni of 301 -

Where. Oilpley but on wu the outplayed Koreboard eve coinIng ry.? .. Area Junior highly disappointed Snipes slated with that the he turn-was and 21* percent rrMprcllIy. percent \,.'Guest Pastors Aged Negro's 'MillardCaldwell

oil especially 200 let
from behind In the but three Irn had been sent line out mar urging atendance This Informal n reported by Body Found In I To Be Speaker
minutes to take victory from College Action and notices had born the Florida Revenue Commlsslun! Will PreachAt
Quincy 20.18.Fullback and the Florida Retail Federation. I
printed In the Times and sent out Shallow
James Barnes bulled over WCN1I Fred Jisiea of I tin-! Uadsdrn County Lake Monday Nighl

hli way over for the final yard, Comes To Hall "Thirty-six people cannot carryon Chamber ol Cjnimcrce supplied Centenary Th body of Abraham Bradwi II
climaxing a 40 yard drive that this data l nut out
the program of the Unite an aged Negro ot Midway, was
tailed away the game with 3:11on : h There will be no Immediate Fund. I feel that the staence of that gross aalit err th* baala i The Rev MIIUsi It Wyatt will weird from a small lake near New Officer
the clock. Just not enough time action on the request for a "prior- to many Quincy people Moray for these calililaUuntChurch he the guest pastor at the Sunday the High Bluff Landing on UkTslquln Will Be InstalledAt
tor the Tiger to bounce back. Ily 1" rating tor legislative art night twi created a tremendous r- --- morning worship service aIVnleiwry I around II am TunnliBradwrll ,
Quincy received the opening lion In 1963 toward the establls problem for the J'und. Too many Group Melhndlst Church.Mr left his home Monday Sawano Club
kickoff and got to Chlpley'i 45 ment of a Junior college In the people who Approve and sppre- Wyatt, a III1'1111't' mlnlsteat aftermiin to go fishing, When I hi'
where their drive was Hailed on a' Leon-Gadsden-Wskulla anus date the good done by the United (Vnlenary' was appointed In failed to return mnt night the Members of the GaiUden. Countj
4th down fumble. Chipley took When the preliminary survey Fund have taken the attitude Plans Hymn IMI I executive setTetary In the Uadsden County Sheriff's IVparl Chamlier' of Commerce will meet

over offensively and marched the wu submitted on September 15o that they are not needed Florida Methodist Conference ment was modified early Tucsdamnnilng for their: I nQln:: banmiet: at the
length of the field picking up the Junior College Board In someone else will take rare of tt.To Sing SundayA nmird of Fxlucallon with heailqilHrten A search was' Innllttilet Sawnno club Mmxbiy ev
three conaecutlv first downa with Tallahassee the Board ruled the these people I say, you are In In Lakeland, lie received and the body woo heard by Prei ming Replemher 28, at 7:III(
quarterback Ben WatU sneaking. survey wa* Incomplete. The survey error. We do need your help and "Hymn Sing" hut been planned the A B degree from me tlnlver.slty ton Jtnwr of Midway lying fare The Honorable Mlllird F Caldwell -
meet from 1 yard out. did not state a recommends cooperation and shortly you are by the Gadsden Associatkm ot i( ol Florida and the BD. degree down in Waist deep water wllhlnA will 'be the featured iickee.
From then on throughout the tins agreed to by all the partlc. uliig; to be asked again to assist Baptist Churches al 3 o'c-I fame etpedally during the rest posting counties, designating one In raising the goal of (lie Fund day afternoon, September 27 at.,okay, Emery University, I man had removed hli upper; ck"h. hi taken care of will he III* Inrhtctlrn -
of the tint hall QuIne)'. eleven mil reJcma county as the agreed upon choice which has been art at 139,500." the Santa Clara Baptist Churrh Mr Wyatt will he an InstructorIn Ing and according Deputy j/M'I'-/ nf new offlcen.
dominated the game with ball of all counties. Snipes IBid.Iranlil Each church participating will ,I the Christian I Wnrken' SchooScptemher Iff Homer Hathnirk, 'he evitk'ntly.uttered A Justice of the !Supreme Court
control scoring two touchdowns Coach Peterson Leon County was prepared to bt.(aU. campaign chairman present I messaxe In tonii USIIIKUs 27 Oilober I.Tlie a :heart stuck and I'll (>f blunts share 1 8Z. tie Honor
in the second quarter within 2V* submit its. preferred sit* as the and Homey Cox publicity method of : Kev T Newton Wise will froIn a crouching poult HMI Into the able Mr r.MuU hat aim servedthe
mlnuttt. Up until Intermission choice of the survey, but the Gad. chairman Join with Mr. Snipes In Hymns by lie great IlTIIl\irnwnl'j I preset at the Sunday evening clear water. There was no sign Florida minmunlly J a slat.
time the Tigen ran 38 playa from Guest! Speaker den delegation took exception to urging everyone's cooperation, 0nancially \. R McKinney. 111 wnnlilp' service at Centenary.He of a tttiffle nor evidence nf fad I'Pp".ntallfrom Santa Rosa
kcrimmage while Chipley got off Board thenpastpcndNrther and otherwise. Congregational singing aim has served the Florida Clatter play. No Inquest w is deemniry. County, a member of the U. S,
11. In thene acorlng drivel (hotrovming action until all -- been pUnnodTh I ere se\rml yean before JoiningIn es..ry. ..emigre. House ol Represent
approximately 60 yam.l.Neat ). AI Q'Back Club counties within the five-county li lie woik lit one Ana Iran --- 'lives; and, Governor ot lie Slate
GS Activities program expected to ho i luble After to '
Society returning of Florida lie was p"1lt1nlaw
Davis sparked the Tigers area have agreed on a single In- a great Inspiration to all who alt- Area
the Florida Cunfwenr h* become in Milton when *lerti 0 Bill
to two quick scores on rum of Peterson head football tim end. I
and 1 yardi.On coach at Florida Slat University E. II. Fletcher chairman of Dates Listed minister of the First Methodist House; nf Representatives,

the third play of the It'COOdhalf : I will be the featured speaker alhe the Gadsden County School Board. The QuDiacha Nl'lahbolilllnd PTA THRIFT SHOP Uiurch at Itant (Sty. Workers' School rind was practicing law In Tallahassee -
Quarterback Club meeting at stated ha felt Gadsden County at the Urn nf his appoint
Ben Watts caught the aecov
dary oft guard throwing a touchdown 7:30 Tuesday evening September should be given consideration "meeting at of t'30: the Girl Scouts morning wateld .. The Quint PTA Thrift Shop li SORORITYPLEDGES Set At Centenary ment to the Supmm Court
to Wood thai I 29 at the American Legion Home. since It did not have a four-year : Tuesday now open m Friday ai well an r"SU tnrorlty pledjre ot Quincy Mitchell N Drew of Qulney
covered pass a total of Larry 7$ yardi. Coach Peterson became Flor- college. September 22 In the Presbyterian Saturday from B.30 12 and !girls are' At|>IIa Delta PI- Miss Th* Sixth Gadslon Oxuily heads U. list nf new officers who
llaU. Mn. Robert
Near the end of the third quarter Ida State's fifth modern-day foot Board Chairman Fred Kent 01 fellowship 3:30.6. Janice Carol Cantey and Mill Are Chrisllin Worken' lie''''''' will 'bo Installed at the chamber'
the hometown Tigers marched I ball coach In 1060 with the avowed Jacksonville laid the Junior Col Gardner, president, presided at The demand for clothes with Alice Connie Munme; Delta Delta o| the Metho fat Church will he annual nwetlng and dinner Drew

the length of the field with Hank. purpose of pulling the SrmJ.t (Continued a* rage fJftl| ) t w meeting. Girt tine opening of school ha* de IVllaMm Harriett Lmiliierietrher. heed Sunday, Seplemlirr I7lhnsiiih I II'IPIln as rlwmlier president with
Date tar Scout actlItlei
Burnette scooting around left end t notes out ot the rank of Southeastern Joint pll'fodhit itnrk ind child,,",'. and Phi Mu- Mill Octolier lit it Centenary. bred Arrlnirtiin' of Iliivurva ai tint

one yard for the 11>. mediocrity and molding Students Urged for were New art Leaden ai tollwi, I: to Orientation 11:30 lothe* are particularly_ needed, Martha! Virginia_ Fain. tleihorilil Church. In Qutnry vie* pmltlenl. Willie J. Smith (4liallahiiirhe .
Other chun he. I In ( .
a team with pride enough to stay participating as seiiind vkiresldent.
Late In the Jut period a bobble the field a,m., October 8, Fellowship Hall; he school are Omltahnnchee'ireenshnm. and T. II:. Mann" oljulnry
on with the belt in the !
by Davis lost 12 yard, forcing a, cwml' '. ITo Enter HobbiesIn Brownie Leaden Job Training Ito Glen Julia Orrulllavana ai treasurer.
kicking situation that put Chipley ) the road 11:30 am., October 21, Fellowship First Baptist Church Sets Liberty Circuit and Forest
Although to the Tlies
top '' new otfliwi mark (thaestablishment
In good position at Quncy'i has been Peterson Leon Fair Hall; Junior Leaden Job' Hill*. .
a tough the
one of
40. The their JaltICOrin
play on Training I to 11:30:: am Fellow
has shown no Indication of alack Four outstanding workers In the of tie chamber. Also
drive was a 4th down Student In all Big Bend school shlg Hall; Art Caravan, 10 to 2,
big hit effort In building a good Methodist CIulwill make up coming onto the board ol dlnrtnn,
completed pam by a reterve football tram at Florida State In have been urged to enter their p.m., Tallahassee unless meeting he faculty Ihu year. Mrs W. U as duly tlsrted directors, rather
quarterback that Memed to bt tour aeasan under Prterton the hobble and handrrafti In the can be set up In Quincy: Outdoor Revival 27 Oct. 4 Kennedy will leach "Tearhln ban anpnlnlee, are lAmar Man
the fir needed.The
they and Folk -
Day Festival October
Seminoles have made great Junior Division of the North Flor- i Uilldren." For several yean she "ey WillIAm J. 8nuth and Joe
final difference In the outcome Ida Fair next month. 24. Glen Julia Park; Christmas
and the Dlstrkt Director
stride, have earned reipect was of Chll- IrsiHey ol UutltahiKn. +ie* to aervo
wu In the converalon department of all opponent with their Letters have been mailed to Caroling, December; and HorseShow dl'l'lWork In the Orlando DltrU1. term of three, two, and on* year
Chipley kicked ore and haed-hlttlng brand ot play. teaches throughout the Big Bend March Rev Thorn E. Oittlno announce --, Al present aha la serving "' .'"UYIIly. From llavsna coma
ran another extra point out 01 Success seems to follow Peterson area aoUrlting student entries, revival service at the the Deland Uilrtrt. fired Arrlngtiin. Dan Miller, and]
three trlei. Quincy tailed on all a tact which give Florida M.... Bcrwln Williams, chairman GCH Auxiliary tint Baptist Church the week of Mill Edith Gisxlwln will trachGulillng P. W. Sheller Jr, fur three, two
three running attempt State tons a Urge measure of of the Junior Division, said. September 17 Ilirouuh October 4. Youth." Mis Goodwin and on* year terms. Smith amiJ
Sopbomor Winston Chester confidence In the future of the There will be cash pr'\uIln all Asks for ClothesA Two services will be conducted II AwKisl Urectiw of Youth ". Glasendnniir ol aialtahom...
paced the Tigers defensively with University's football program. classes, and competition! will be each day, 7:10: a,m. and M9: p.m. Work ot tht Florida Cunferenr and Shelter and Robert U Miller
10 tackle and 4 amliti. Walter The 43-year old nativ al Toronto judged according to the following pie for Infant clothing and! The guest minister fur dill special list him I Ia /' PIerce and ah of Havana served m the board]
Dover wa* credited with I tackle Ohio was an outstandingend age group: Grades 1-8, grade illdren'i pajamas U being II\lulllJ ""Uk. ot evangelistic' preaching, attended Fkirtda tlai* Unlvenlly ot tflrsrtor during the past year
Offensively Neal Davis was the and team captain at Ohio 7... and grades 10-I L by the Cadtdcn .County HmpllakAuxiliary. .* Dr.Euumt Patterson Th Rev Milton ... Wyatt! will M appointee to help steer :
wnx ktwme. picking up 69 yardaon Northern University dining his Areas ot competition Include Dr. nnrnon U preaktent U teach "Helping' Adults Loam." drvekipment it the chamber :
, 23 carriet. Dover carried for undergraduate yean. Following/ arts crafts collectlani stamps. The Auxiliary held Its regular Grand Canyon CoHegn. the Baptist Mr. Wyatt U emotive lecrelary III I KpamM role as a ...nll-Wldct
72 yards on 13 trie*. graduation In 1946 he became a meets, rocks shells !'to.I. i iIng sewS monthly meeting September 16, at I blleg* of Arliona. Prior to accrptlnf of the Uoard of Lttucallnn; Fits orcanlMllnn./ '

This Friday Quincy High will high school coach In hi. native crocheting and knitting. tot o'clock In the hospital dining hi.uhrof ewNT.andrt kda Conference, and former 'pastoral New directors Men the Qulnry
he meeting Rickard'l Redskin In Ohio and compiled a 81-22-3 record Article for the art exhibit must room with the' president, Mr* wu prot. Centenary Methodist Chun* area Inclwle the Rev. Thorns
Tallahassee at 8 p.m. Rk-kardi In '1'1'M..... Two of his he suitably framed or mounted Fed Klbllk, In charge. Mm. Kl- SludlM and HomJIetlc at New Th Kev T. Newton WI.* will Ultimo, Gauge ftales, Ned |Unmn >
won their opener agairat the Mansfield elevens won Ohio State for hanging. Entries for the col bilks opened the meeting with Orlaan Baptist Theokiglral Snnvnary A + 'ras. teach "Undenlandlng th* tibIa"Mr. 1. tan llutdiliison and T. a:.
Florida School For Boys at Ma.. High School Championship potion exhibit must be suitably nver. tar tltvm yean. In addlU I WI.. was fcirinerly with. the Mni n.
lanna by a 27-0 tcnre. In the I Petenon WIll offensive line cased or mounted I for display. Chairmen ot the several ronv n to the* place al responslmy American hurls 'Surely and Itm Retiring otflcen and dlrectrs'i
victory halfbacks Peppy Cash coach at Lnilriana State Unlver-/ The fair will run Oct 2741 at: Uteri gave Interesting reports In ft* Southern Baptist GunmtUn of UK best qualified mm 1 In, who will be recoimlwd al the
and Ricky Smith scored two Continued' M Page Eight) the Fair Grounds_In_Tallahassee. The chairman of Layettes mark bf hai the served a* pastor the Oll'lf_'. to leach a course 'meeting will Im mto W. D. Une
In several i4 ouMamUng IMp
touchdowni each. Between them I plea. for Infant clothing which on the lUble. who ck_ tunvsiful
the In- out a year
bal rliuMx* In ftuthewil.
they accounted for 181 yards running. I :1'PI on tIt 'hospital a* president el Hi* chamber ant
rludlna the tint Baptist OIIInii.PIlI'lIIla. ,
Cash also caught 2 shellbles. for new-born
panetfor Presents X33lDangorousSays who will till bran
Gov. serve on the
MM* and UMToulmlnvlll
SS yards and Smith 1 for 12 Bryant There li also a need Irepajama Baptist Uiuruh, Mole :d 1 dlrerlor btr two mm yean.Mltrhell .
yards and a TO. Teaming with for larger children. The Drew bAa been Unit Vtropreddent
Cash and Smith was quarterback emben were asked to let the All. State Fire : during the
past year,
Larry Rowe who hit on 1 ot 6 public know of this need. Anyone Dr. Paltemn U a regular awe Sam a McMillan has been awnni
flannel foe one touchdown and a living these garments and will.Inl trlbulor to aiwlrnil arid rtUgioiianumali N. B. r....,.. Marshal LarsonA vice pretl total ot 107 yard.. Plaque To T. L. MaxwellT. to donate them to thia cause and li the luthnr al the treasurer.Dlrwlon .
lardntkkChipley I are asked to contact M.... J. K.Revet. Iwatokigy ul Jews, a bait o( highly dangerous and 1 flamnv after
Interest to atuilntli ol the stile l advent retiring having
Quincy great To used as a mammiywaterpraifer
Holley Speak rmnpMed" Stair terms at offlcore
Float downs 12 It Mrs. Reyes also made t plea III. <4 OirW. 1)r. 1'af1l'l'IIun r.- It on Itw market eel Allan Roitlrk. Edward FletdvTewy
Rushing yardage 169 241 L Maxwell local businessman for torn current magazine and crlved the A B. Degree Seen llu- J, Edwin Larson, Rial lire Mffhenin, James A.
Pawing yardage 9(1 25 and farmer of Quincy! war torn book for the boukcart at ward ColleRf ThD, ITiM and ThUDrgren I At Barbecue Marshal It making in effort to ;:iff and Ihilrrl VsnUndlngham.direrton .
Pane attempted 8 6 presented a plaque and certificate Kirk Addresses the hospital. from New OrlMiM flap'list have Ih product known at Ikbkwer with two
Passe Completed 3 1 Volunteer worker reported six- IVokiiilc) Erma any. "X 33", removed tnml public uses Mitchell
Saturday night September and half hours work literal grmtuutt study hu A"/' + W. W. Mrllmrsnn mt 11'I year to serve are
Passe Intercepted by 0 0 ty-nllll' one al / September 30 assistant )rew, W. D. tines, Phil MrMuUIMI.
Punts 431.2 3-35 118 by Governor Farrii Bryant Quincy Group al the I hospital for the past month.A free .( Union Seminary director of tie Qulnry Department Ken Markham' and Jack
Fumble 0 3 certifying him at "e -rvatJon. good report wa heard roo Trek, Oxford Unvefry In }jtg-t, Owrkt. R. IHIP RepuUlranranlidal of Public Safety hat rerelved a rkiland with one mw
Fumble lot 0 1 :1st of the Year" In the field of Last coming the! Candy !Stnpert and land. and Tempi Unvrrally ufi: fur gnvernor, will speak. notice from Mr (Aswan to bs anlookiajl .,. Janie; Campbell Man year Mo
Yards penalized 40 15 lOll and water In the Stale of Saturday their volunteer work. Phlladrlphl. ,I in Qtarwy.t l1. Krpiemher the (or the tnlvent whichnmlskis 'Mlllan Everett Morrow, John
lase by QuaJVralI Flordal. The following" were welcomed Many of Dr. Patterson's terra 3(1( si a free rsi hunurll 2'> organk1 titanium Snip. and Robert Vuu<|.
I I 4 ToUta Mr. Maxwell was nominated for Republican Claude R. Kirk, Jr, u new members: Mrs. Morris m< have appeared In printed ..llrv, a Jt'publl'.11lWlllf>>r onrnpuund (Dul",,ml 1'-" The, -
Chipley 'I 0 'I' 20 this award by the Gadsden Soil candidate for the U. S. Senate 8uhPr. Mn. J. W. Betti. M.... WU- form as nutstananc examples i* uf the llorMla Ibuw <* hVMwentatlve Ire marshal! tayt thai X-ll hat
Quincy 0 12 8 0 II Conservation District Supervisors' warned her Saturday that "Flor lint Csntey and "' 1'1I. dark sithem Baptist preaching Dr. tine* I MO end Minority caused thru death and 30 In Patricia May AtFla.
ida could very well be the start 1'JIornmt.... testier IIM3
at which he wu a member and' sltenrin la a member ol RotAry nr IN been. Anna
chairman for several oftIMtllM.t kMJvrrol the The next monthly meeting will and I II very acttv In the civic: hank officer\ and praitlrlng il a knuwnlng lit the whenvaboull Southern
Band Patrons yean. United 11I.1...." Kirk mad a bI October 21 at 11 oYk .-k. III. of Phoenix. Mr. Cuttlnn ask). sorry In W. Prterslsjrg sin* lit any pnxlurt! t.sIo""'
The contest U an annual event mre-dty "Meet the People" We ire very happy to have a l 18M A native Elect Officers ot the Florida Wildlife Sean federation Roebuck speaking caravan through Northern Forestry ReportThe man U Dr. I'stUnm ability and. little, was rained In kale awttwllrd tart diet MtPhrmin. You ar* In* 600 Ireshmen/ and
- In cooperation with the Florida Gadsden County difmmmatlnnal nature In our law and the history, thru. cautioned tort. to ivy to dlspm" of transfer iludnli who cnmprtMthli
Election of oftlcen and the appointment foundation. Only ten awardsare Tallahassee Quinsy and Panama ervtr* / no wands FOI'HtI'1'f'pOI'tI fires In "' snnwnlty toe this week ol r.>lie. and prartiflr: of govsnnwitalsystems the material yuurseU. years entering rlasi at ."....
ot commllte mad each year for various Qty were Hops tar Kirk asto Mia Snuthern CbHega Lakeland.
held the day Number of vtvsL J bnp Christian of manychwlw it Duke University and .
men for the year were by phases of onnaervadon work. MrUxweU i spoke to public assemblies' and ..C'n: will take advanlag dthis 'the University ol Florida. Education A IM4 grxkial ot Qirinry
January 1 ol
the Qulnry Band Patrons Club was chosen as being outstanding 1 Republican I II. conferences, arrompanied this year add to B burning opportunity to hear this outttanduig -1 1 I Al 110 Wednesday mnfmutHnxl I High *<..il, she I II lb. daughter
Inc., Monday evening In the band .to Sal and Water" Cooservattoi. by a National Broadcasting G.ll1'M. Number up of wand fins mmlster." II will be lumwd al (heiUvesloik I rI Mr. and Mrs. Dew r May, 130
room. Co. television film corps. PsviUrm u... M Registration Sot N. aft AIr..t.I .
reported It this same lime I Lending the 1111V1chI'1 on weal
local lot Conservation '- I. "Florida' Gateway Fkirtda llJU1",., '. Portal
selected W. D. Griffin Speaking on enrollment '
Dave Creenwald was nl and
I I| Quliry will bet
said 19 revival aned
year ago burning 3281Te week of will b* Garb > by Derail, tnsufflcttnt enrollment -
Technician aerved as Chairman to Freedom Kirk noted that I numhen 1(00 studmtt from
wwadent W. L. Wood, vice president I : Irun
; I auipuflm Marlsnna
Stark. Minster (
of MuskFin
Joe Btur. treasurer: Mnn ot the Florida Wildttf red "W'. are en the fringe ol International : I I linkI ChsiuhiV Th r .rIlreUIIft sir Adult KdurslKm I) Male ant II Inrdgn mtfitrtn.
; No rain was reported In Gsddrs flllpIIIIt 0Iu"... T.lw.Mr insetante (lasses will to held neil. I :
0. Taylor, secretary: and Mn. ration Conservation Award contest conflict now and ant's.our body hr the past ...... ttilMkwed M Pep rJpl I will Own DfWMil to the Tat Monday and Tuesrby eveninglepiember CTOSS'MIZTIS
Rae Adam, corresponding secre and has listed Mr. Muw9lI' nation buckle down to the Una*** Miaitnpal Airpr".ho : RED
endeavors In th field ot conservation fight against Communism Fkrtdlsns >' lUlry will smv at l 0 U tt4 aVptsmbef ttnm
a m.Immnflately 7 10 to I .'rksk al G > SCHEDULED
tary.Those a* follows: could first feet the effects irg
will as committe Mkiwlng hi
who srrr lr
chairmen are: J. H Woodward Served as member and chairman lot the Soviet Invasion. rival. 1 hilly will make. an arfl Munn Elementary "=. "I'' 1'11I' vmial IIIMI.hrI
A minimum of II ,.
After landing al Tallahassee's "" Cad ""- Osuily Inspire AmerW
)In. ol the Cadsdm Stal Conservation sb.ui the UxMwaler. "
John Snipes tlolley
chairman 159. 'airport Friday from Sarasola appearances. he enrolled. betas rtssset na can tM Clew. will h* held TVs-
District through M
Ash hnwkniarten Tallahaw '
and "
Alvah Bryant lit offered. TeBtittv class' titermg rla-r 29 11
Kirk made his Oral day, Septa pm. on
member at the Governor
ley budget and finance; Mn Appointed' speech on he steps at the Florida ArrHKTg kl Havana alia anAlrf are: main, CntHA, AmerV rh* third flmr of the Masonw
Howard Fletcher, chairman. MrsFred Water Resource conservation Cwnmuiee. ;State Capitol building A car caravan wil' appear.In I't':: parking dam History, ........ typing Hulbtlftg.
Rowan and Mrs. John Allen practice of enthusiastic Lena Clammy kt *i>. Man th hall. ahnrthand ind b.tk..pleg.. 1'11I' politic I III (InviM l to aitoml
and'Jo owned and operated by Mm.
Smith special projects; Mr. la.-k Republican worker took him irpuo flying Havana th* pmtar- Thrre la no regUtrttfcst kM and thus meeting
,.... George Stabler, chaperonei.; war elected president of the Florida through the city to theI* cap : rate .J pnaved to (Juiny whir any adult may righter even. --
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Ilarbut. membership Afr"t*>v"n a>al ConMrvalkaDistrM deL art a Ire* burbetiM WIll he held athe houfki Pie ha. mmpMerf high QUARTET AT MT.
chairman. John Supervisor t* 1>... kOumoallB > Amenran Lft Ifcan. .." .
: lib Allen At Quinry. Kirk spike to ft > srhn4 ."..Unn. lnleml. perVSM -
Allen Smith advertlMrc: Mta. w. legtaUaon to strengthen public M trail ot the dry's Barry ley ...1 afklret mipprnas at *hruld call Haiku. Stem, GLORY CHURCH
E. JeOcoat and Mrs- J. E. Layer Florida Cane and Fmb Water Coldwaier Headquarters. A lunch* a tit torhecu and ....>i**d to dlrwtor of Adult t lrfltII... 127 Th r.", ,".. Melndy Quartet
decorating; Mrs. Glenn Kmgry Fish Commtsstan.Vic son with local COP worker per Ciwmhnro M S M p m. WIt ire turthrrBLOUNT Ir\bmalll& rte Manx, Ca.. will present I pea
and Mrs E. L. Suitor Jr.. pub- I praaideat of Florid Aa* ede4 mi* appeannr kt Quinry't lie WIt to kt lh. Jitney 'Jun > gram M t 'rlnr-k txiim'rwt' .v..
1Idt7. datksi ot Soil ConeervalM District Jefferson House. I parking M .In Utaltahrniie ask FAMILY musts *t Ih* Ml. Glory (:Jairrh.Th .
SupmtBirt IM8, director Kirk addressed Bay CountypubIInIN > M pm. and Hum ......... to *' Rev L D. .n,.. paMor.rnrrtlally .4
Ridlehoover To ..llst throuch II,.. atmuaml by and friend at a 7 0* .MartanM. :: fish try. REUNION OCT. 4 "Invites everyon* to ailend. .
he governor on the first waders p. dinner on the waterside *f \. Lamar tnmly rampslgnhsirnisa Tto annual Knunt Fwnlly/ r. .
Jurcf'I Study Convmnr, helped tit Golf of Mexico it th* Cow sand like to emp*" 'so.. win to .held. marcher 4 &I
Head Quincy to oblaa Ftooda Forest Fire ........ Its wu. was the guet ofbmr are thai the bsrtou* al ft* IIICf Laa lemlnJ binder dub At the Theatres
Caitrol add lor Gadadea CounTwrved /. M a lea Its to the attrr- American Legless N,n* 'I* fret LandingLuwh.
Holloy Effort I a* doctor d the D pn tFaontanim let charge sad weryon I II lawtisd wlB to pod tl lo'rkrk I

I I Gadsdeo County Hos- aoon.The U-y *r..U JactawwlieMdtdJ fw.t ra ,I.. aaesad. and fwrynn I III asked to brmgptrtuc a This Week
Wended Rkflenaowr. I nenv n ncsa Foundation of - toakef.AJI .
> challenged lilt rsampwM ,
bet ot the beany at Qutary High I Cand <....*. aB thrr rites to hr wr ear ( Curt Bonner frWnd and .....nLnta atrh Isy Al and Ih* teal* ...Thealr.., wilt todafrt.h* "Itldo.
School: has ben named QulnryCampaign tummlcc *P )(p. MsJorrtTt MMM lor office sale Noveiavdurtnc r R (but** DbuM Family I ar* havs. "the Wild tutt" Cnturday Kld-

Chairman foe Charlrs activtbes ID CuKinsiioa.Ills her ebrtkw "end..ewield ttIPprrIIWnw R'' (Club Speaker .' .... Xhriw Will b* "!t.rk 1U\'er.
K. HJlry. RepuUtran I\IIJrI1II- stale Tus afflttanoi kl local ( d .brass'. Is I'1IrtdI "ItAf to A Cat will to tostur4 .
tonal auiiHnee civic, churrk and canynuraty ao sad .ttee pasd satlwne M lito P.>v. Curt &_. paslnr atml ANTIQUE SHOW Runday and .....,. aViiedia.d .
Lamar Bailey. County Chanmaa. > Wales ka* ben left ta every ae- ante tuslmst and psy- r> HUM M* mM o-1a. The annual Aattqw fines and tai Tuesday aad Wednesday /
)air made Ole anmunre- ttvttynw of agrtmliur w.. IIw mite M ear .....'* IU added."ChaHmr w gust speaker. at M retelsr Wet HsrhMluUd by tie masse will be "V.,.." Marring Jam**
alma ot RkPrteowr' appc4* 'y and Sr...,...i Ole *1st.." I t..e BMW to tsaro t aiM. nf, *t th* QujncyOu Ktw.rs via Jessie W n/i'. Cat October ewart tnl Kim Novak ". ToCMr
anent KM week Gadsdf Cowry to troJyaa 9ewmas.elalndrig 'they are ready to battle Clmimmm REPUBLICAN CLAUDE IL CHT PL. C A aadv at DonalmrtBe. of a tnuiisfcil kl UDs Amertra and art* U. & Se nor.. ipok la lU putfle to front el Bony Gold: em Ik/w. lie WM tftntortt kyTknna to 11 00. Al the Hitt DUvo-ln win toOirtatin
R.meboszme II a gradual of tie w son and water ..-..tJfaIfJ.I ; eaa die MkM of AattOmowto WOW Hadq,,anw* to Quiocf lent Sa-urdar Reed, pruarwn rhsJmail. Di Ottpnrr and 1 Ih* show Ke W Affair" plus
t:1ImnIt7 d Georgia. toterert ks the *r- to aw ....." COMP Jimmy Taylor and will to tram II The
toretnu A Iua ck.aa ot IN )ea... HOUM wtth local work HUy Bryant ope* av tot CtorkenMl FlaT Friday and
aIM .In Ole tauraor* bare gs attwno 4 IPtwe II the I kndmWp srafad to awnhera tt the Q>jlnry ItaliJdtoU pat and M October 1. I pmto felurday. llai d Sunday will ...
Ala -w. dot.ad sora1 sssO.as en rap J.IcIIfJ as pr.cd d kk cppar by Mortal Studio,{ Key Quo .<*. ala* gs ea I 'A ,Th* Great bcapo."

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that Die district meeting will be,I the case, and that there were no Florida Osheimen may not UM
Club October: 19 at Wewahltchka. Itwas such leanings on the part of the 30=Day) WeathEOutlook 1' a bass to catch another beat .i
also announced that the club acuity. the law prohibits the use of bauor
First magazine would remodel "What of the moral and spiritual pickerel as bait, says tht Came
In Meet
of the newly club values at Flu?" Studentsare and Fresh Water Flab Commission.
house.Mrs. I encouraged to form their own h .
Of! New YearThe Klbilka urged members opinions on religious matters, The Thirty Day Agricultural
to work to keep up the high they are surrounded by student Weather Outlook for the IIjs Towns that are really great produce
standarjsj>t government In the houses which are of all denomina mid September to mid October perm happy people, who lead contented -
Senior Woe lan'l dub held county>SU the past and to register -tions, and the young men and Cor South Georgia, Southeait Alabama lives.
the flret meeting of the new all and vote/Wthe November women are free to seek guidanceand and Northwest Florida Is-
year at 11 o'clock Friday, September lection. She Ito? Ure assembly In council at all times. They are sued by the Weather Bureau Ad rr
18 at the club house. the Pledge ol .AJli'gJtuV/ which not coerced, It Is simply there vinery Agricultural Meteorologist, INSECTICIDESSOIL
Mm. May Richardson gave the was followed by, vthe group singIng -for them, If they seek It. Tlfton, Georgia, September 19, -
devotional on "Faith" and Mrs "The Star Spangled Banner": Dr Chalmers said the goal of 1964. FUMIGANTS
Clinton Bassett, president, prs- wiUi Mrs. Willis accompanying. al FSU Is to be me leading university Temperatures during the next
aided over the business meeting/ the piano. 1 In the south and she Is definitely \ 30 days are expected to average WEED KILLERS
given hy Mrs. W. F. Lester, fine arts
Routine report were on her way Florida State below: normal over all of the Tri-
committee chairmen. Mrs. Richardson chairman, presented James Fowler 1 Is listed as being a "Dark Horse," State Agricultural Area. Dally
social chairman, Hated one of her pupils and a student as candidate for one of the ten mean temperatures will average
plant were being made for tome at Quinry High School, who presented -leading universities of the nation. 'between TO and 7} degrees. Max. I SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
parties to earn money for the I two piano selections Mrs. R. R. Kincald, fine arts boom temperatures will average
club and she urged members to second movement of the sonata, chairman, stated that the Concert from 80 to IS degrees with afternoon
support the projert "Pa letJll'le" by Beethoven and Series of last year was such a temperatures reaching0
Mm. James Watts read I Hit Mozart "Jfanlasy." success that another one was being degrees or higher on I or 4 afternoons
of member who had resigned or Miss Sara May Love then presented planned, and asked the cooperation Daily minimum temperatures :
requested a year'l leave of ab the speaker, Dr. E. Lawrence of all the club membersIn will average between 56, Sales & ServiceInc.
sence. Mm. Fred Klbilka told of Chalmers, Dean of the College helping make It a success. and 8S degrees with temperature
various activities of the club especially of Arts and Sciences at Florida The luncheon served at one ailing below S3 degrees 1 or 3 .
the club'i work with the State University. His talk entitled o'clock wu In charge of the mornings away tram the Immed
Cadsdcn County TB. Association "Town and Gown," was a luncheon committee and Mrs. E' late coast ff
The "Paying Library" plan of concise presentation of the lite C. SchofleW wu chairman with Rainfall during the period mid Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101
the Qulncy Library was discussedby of a student at FSU and also the Mrs. Ube.rt Wen u co-chair September through mid October ASTRONAUT WAUY SCMIIKA points out complexities of a apse capsule to President
MlM Sara May Love. Mm"Gen L. viewpoints and problems at an man. Those helping out w.rei will ranks from 2.00 to 4.00 In 1- Lyndon Johnson during his Inspection visit at Cap Kennedy, Fla. IB the capsule art QUINCY. flORIDA
L. Wlllli reported plant Instructor, lie said that Die Mm Gen Mrs.
pressIng Lovtngood C. 0. SE Alabama, SW Georgia, and NW astronauts Cue GrUsom and Job Young.
tlemen's Night"ldlt early December need of the state university Barnett !of... Roy Griffin, Mn Florida to 3.00 to 8.00 or .nore In
and would be a system was more funds and he Carl Spooner, Miss Elaine Boring/ SE Georgia. Rainfall Is expected
covered dish supper with an entertaining urged members: of the club to ask Mrs N. F. Fain, Sr and Mn. to occur u showers on 4 or 1 days
program. their representatives to be conscious Carv Franklin.The with one or two periods of general
Mm. Watt reported on the of the fact at the next flowers were la keepingwith
Florida Woman'i Club annuhl Legislature. the late summer _son. The rain.Sunshine during the period Is / 1 I
convention held In April In Jacksonville Dr. Chalmers praised the work table In the entrance ball held a I expected to average 65 to 70 per 1h
and aim tin national convention being done by the Junior college large arrangement In white, the cent of possible with one or two
In Atlantic City. will In taking/ some of the load oft the 'mantle In assembly room had' periods of extended cloudiness
stated the general convention universities the first two yean, ss decoration magnolia foliage SoIl temperatures during the
be held In New, Orleans In the resulting In good student transferring and white candles in three pronged I next 30 days win continue slowly
spring of 1985Mrs. silver candlesticks, the president'stable downward in
the, at the end of the sophomore averages
G. 0. Barnett read 1B645. year. lie made several pertinent : held an arrangement of' the 70s at the four Inch level by
tentative budget for the year colorful coleus, and the officers''' October LGeorge
statements to the effect
Some change were read by the public should remember that table In the dining room held a I I Ir'ti Iy
and after
Mrs. Faulk a
Henry Barnett moved students do not go to college simply large! silver revere bowl holdingan Poston ,
discussion Mrs.
to get a degree, but to get an arrangement of dahlias In gold
.that the budget be adopted as
and lavendar, with while, laven
education. A larger faculty at
Amended. It. wu approved by FSU would lighten Ha load on ,dar and deep cerise bachelor's Visits San Juan
the assembly.An made the present members, and aid buttons, with princess' feathers Interspersed
announcement was He said while the long tables IT'S
I student learning neatly. Compass Inland George
it was regrettable that a faculty were marked at Intervals by white D. Poets, machinist's" mate firemen -
member was apt to be noticed by ,containers of seasonal flowers, USN, son o( Mr. and Mrs
ELECTRICALSERVICE the amount of articles he had such as slnnlas, marigolds bach Ceonre W. !'' Lillian
published in national publications elor's buttons, periwinkle, with Ivy Springs Road, Qldnty recently
rather than what he accomplisheswith trailing down the length of the visited San Juan, Puerto Rico
his pupils. white cloths. aboard the USS Compam Island
i "What are they learning at Compass Island a navigation
Florida State'" question development and evaluation ship
was a
Anything from wiring uked. The recent flurry over the :for the Polaris Fleet Ballistic Missile .
a house to replacing socialistic activities ol a certain Kansas City, Mo. Using an i system, Is on duty In the f171H
clement At Flit was discussed unusual) weapon, a bandit robbed South Atlantic
a light bulb i He stated! that the student who two taxi driven with the aid of
was handing nit the socialistic a large German shepherd dog 7th.
leaflets at the April registration, Cab driver, Carl A. Romlne, said
Ike Shepardat did this on his own Initiative, and a man and dog entered his cab and MUledgeville. Ca. Having
that the school was In no way the dog held his nose against his received his bachelor's degree
Implicated that the young man neck while U-i man robbed him last fall Oalr Meyer, 1i4, has begun 1 G Gj
had withdrawn and gone to another of $20 and a W watch. Anothercab his teaching career when
university In Pennsylvania to driver told a similar story, most men are thinking of retirement h J
SHCLFERBUTCHFURNITURE continue his studies. only he wu bitten by the dog. Meyer said his wife resumed
CO. Dr. Chalmers made very definite teaching when their 2
MAI '..IIUR. statements as to the lack of Miami's Interims will be the daughters: left home and thh
Ill.1411WsmtimiM communistic leanings on the part first permanent International exposition made bun dedde to finish Ms education. (
** Ph. MAn M100 of the members of the FSU fac which will be a combl- At the present time he'i
i ulty. He assured the club members nation of Disneyland, a Worlds working on a master's degree In
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESind I ;A tnr,. W I carders, the selfish, the stulli'lid arrogaatj"w I in recent years. Boating and fishing 1s a booming spar, could indicated provide that new the cafes sattsCactkw is town

and Industry Hunting, aU kinds, Is also on the rise. I which had become comoK plac
ind coulnulni Local on vacations and business trips.
CHATTAHUOCHEE TRIBUNE The.good sportsman keeps In mind that good hunting Fi- In the face of such evidence,
Published each Thuridav it 15 8 Midlran Street practices provide for good hunting in the years to come.I the firms took effective action
A Jnti* H. Irrr NmtvarttrESTABLISHED BIlJin'6J The action consisted of making
1901 There ere some who make It a consistent practice to disregard changes to meet the new competition .
Qulncv riorldi game conservation practices and this policy, If But ne less important, t
..... __ ........ P.d M 0..._ rl..ds followed by enough of us, U likely to cause poorer consisted of aggressive. local r*a.
advertising informed
one Year 13 00 Two V._r. JUG 811 Month f I 7J > w I hunting conditions and a decrease in our game population By Bute paper the public how they had updated

L Hotchluoa _.._......._ PIIl&".. In the years to come. Service firms more than any services to meet demand.
Dote CartnaoNATIONAL _. AdQAYO.nw, and N.w.ORID 1 other type at business must adjust -
Good conservation practices and carefulness in the advertising to meet changing Schools open, and when you
1 r use of are two recommendations we make to all conditions. carpool the youngsters, use caution
guns The reason is simple The leis says Carol Lane, "'OI11en'ltravel
sportsmen.This. ore-doe rIf'f'01 the public are director for Shell Oil (.0.' .
EDITORIAL pG +I the changing faster than other needs. Keep children seated until the
C TIN year, then, make up your mind to enjoy Two long- abll8hrd restaurant car Is stopped and park close 10
:: IAS A.Maa sport the outdoors and the recreation and relaxation of iwnUy sought the help of a marketing the curb. _
IfF ILl'. .. ... Q'SON hunting without hogging poaching or carelessness It l specialist to determine why
( lees will be a better season all round, for everyone, if every 'their dty was trade a was small falling one the Since owners the

hunter is olio a good sportsman. knew their old customers were READY MIX
not suffering! financially or that
they had not taken a sudden fan
Illegal Immoral Irresistible ry to cooking and diihM aiding. CONCRETECONCRETE
QUINCYCALENDAR They liked If the restaurant bus-
Inasmuch CM another mulll,billion-dollar foreign aid toes In the town was doomed.
revealing fad were uncovered *
bill li one of the chief impediments to the adjournment OF EVENTSA Some by the expert Within
of Congress at this writing! it will doubtless be law two yearn, eight new competing
hours restaurant had been started in
within day., or even
Thus however belatedly in years and billions, It Community Service by the I the advertising town Each specific new business features was related BLOCK

may yet be of concern to the Supreme Court in its role Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 827-8518 to price of meals, location,
of keeping the functions of Government within the framework decor, menu, or service. Several
01 the new places were doing s
the Constitution to examine the in the *
of measure
buftinesi than the older restaurants
Thursday, Sept 24Canning Center, 8.5; Florida State better
light of Just a few qualified comments In the long history had ever done
Service 9 3 S. Robert St
Employment Oakland Concrete
of this juicy controversy.On In truth, the tastes of the pub
June 24, I960 the late Marlin T. Phelps, former Friday, Sept 25- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon lie time had Increased changed in travel a very had snort re-1' Products Company

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Arizona, and a I Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parrish House; wiled In a demand for a greater ADeei Bosfek amt
member of the Citizens Foreign Aid Committee fighting English Polls Canning Center, 8 5; Pilot Club, 7 p.m., Jefferson variety of foods, more elegance,' Job Thomson
the bill. told the Senate Appropriations Committee: "1 House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12 noon, Post Office. and The more eating-out attractive public dtnll1llp11CP1.actually fke.e HAM ,-...

find not a word, a line, a clause or a provision In the Something of a political sensation was caused recently much larger than ever, deserted
Federal Constitution that authorizes the foreign aid program In England by results of several public opinion i Monday, September 28- KIwanis! Club. 1 p.m., letter he older places when advertising
son House; Canning Center 8 5; Social Security
polls. For the first time In years, Conservatives were i
On July 2, 1959, Senator Sam I. Ervin, Jr., LIB Har- given a popularity lead by two major polls. Representative 9.30 a.m., Courtroom Courthouse.

card, known to his colleagues as "Judge" and widely One other polL which shows the Labor Party the Tuesday, September 29- Canning Center. 85; Rotary,
regarded as the top Constitutional authority of the Senate, choice of a majority, shows the Labor margin dwindling. Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge 8 p.m.,' HOUSEHOLD PET
said on the floor In discussing the current bill: "I do not Thus the trend seems almost certain, away from Labor Masonic Building: Business and Professional Women,

think we are empowered to take tax money .and give it toward the Conservatives 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant George W. Munroe PTA (The Kitchen Telephone, That Is)
to neutrals merely to advance their welfare The key questions is whether the trend will carry meeting, 7:30: p.m., George W. Munroe School I
On September 6, 1961, Dean Clarence Manion, Professor far enough, or will remain In force, as of the date of the You'll be surprised how quickly]
of Constitutional Law at Notre Dame for 25 years, coming elections expected some time in October. Wednesday, September 30- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m.,I everyone takes to the added convenience -

and Dean of the College of Law for 11 of those years, For the United States, the trend Is an encouragingone. Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon Kittrell's; Exchange I of a kitchen telephone.
Club, 1pm., Jefferson House; Canning Center, 85.
observed to the House Appropriations Subcommittee on It is accurate to say a majority of Americans lean Call our business office and
Foreign Operations: If Senator Ervln was right (as toward the Conservatives, if for no other reason than thata Thursday, October 1CannIng Center, 8 5; Florida order yours today In a choice of

above) he was morally obligated to vote against Conservative Party victory would keep 'Great BritainIn State Employment 9. 5, S. Robert St colon and styles.
the foreign aid bill which he did. But the same moral partnership with the U. S. on certain key foreign policy
October 2- Alcoholics & Al Anon
Friday, Anonymous -
obligation. rests other Senator and Representative 9oal.
upon every
who has sworn to uphold the Constitution The Labor Party proposes to abandon nuclear arms Family Group 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; Shrine I
Club, 7:3: Op.m., Kittrell's Restaurant; Canning Center
"The Constitution says that 'no money shall be to a large degree and accept a status as a second class
85; Junior Woman's Club, 11 a.m., Woman'sClub I
drawn from the Treasury but In consequence of appropriations power in the world.It a r
House, Air Force Recruiter 9 12, Post Office.
made by law.. The power to appropriate moneyis is too early for Americans to voice optimism, but
a Congressional power II this Is so, then what it can be said that If the two latest poll results prove Monday, October 5- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson
can be said for the legality of commitments now madeor prophetic, the Conservative Party will retain control in House; Canning Center, 8 5, American Legion. John,
to be made by the President the Secretary of the the House of Commons by several dozen seats and this W. Shaw Post No. 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home, I
Treasury, and the Foreign Aid Administrators for periods is a brighter prospect than anything from Great BritainIn Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30 R.A.M.,II
running from five to fifty years in the future?" He scouted two years or more TalMar-Quin Council 23. 8 p.m. Masonic Building II I
the Idea that a Congress could delegate It. power and Social Security Representative 9:30: a.m. Court

that and of Treasury future Congresses departments to. the President and the State..1 Hunting TimeThe room, Courthouse. I

October 6 Center 8.5 Club.
Tuesday -Canning ; Rotary
And certainly Dean Motion's conclusion In 1961 fall
hunting season has arrived In some areas .
House Garden Club Board Meeting
1 Jefferson
holds good In 1964: '1 can promise you.II he said, "that and all hunters long to take to the outdoors in search of p.m.
7 Kittrell'sRestaurant
8 p.m., Clubhouse; Lions Club, p.m., .H"
millions (of Americans) are ready and anxious now to sport and game
vote against the Senators and Congressmen who vote for The woods will be In beautiful dress this fall and

this unprincipled Institution (of foreign aid) which the hunting, at least at the beginning of the season, will bea Wednesday, October 7Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m.,
people do not want, which our Government cannot of. Joy to the eyes and spirit, as well as good sport and Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's; Exchange S:;': Quincy Telephone (0.I .
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GATKDEM COUNTY.".,.. QUINCY, FLORIDA. "IUR."" .--. SETTEMBEIt---__ 24. .:>a04 PAGE 17._,;



Hervey Sharps Editor

Florida" AirrirultunUExtnwkm Sen Ire Th. *

Many ladles are suspected of *
bleaching their hair blonde In
search of beauty.
a, aah .
Hurricane Dora was no differ-
ent. But lIMe the had no hair it
be that the .
may took out her ,
wrath on your lawn and gave it '
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a color rinse\ with rain ".ater I'm ready for; winter They I
So Inspect your lawn now. It I ar putting a new roof on the )4ise a
may be losing Iti lush green colorbecause Times Office and they had to *
of a waking by a windy turn off the alr-coodlUoning. Last
Udv. Friday I could hardly wait for
Centipede grass is often the, lunchtime so I could dash out to '
first to take on a yellow rail t the Garden Grill and cool off L
following a heavy leaching. You I Well, I dashed out there and
can restore the green color by found their alr-conditionlng off *:
spraying the grass with an Iron too. So I had to dash around to : *
sulfate solution. May's and pretend like I was :
Apply a spray mixture of two looking for a magazine. It's too
teaipoonsful of the iron compound bad we have become so spoiled I s t
per three gallons of water How In the world did women ever]
per 50 square feet of lawn area stand cooking over a wood stove, : as
Chelated iron products also are summer after summer? I j "
recommended for coloring up Attention Chattahoochee News' :

lawn grasses. We haven't gotten one of your:
Lawns with a dull color
green papers in over a month.In i
will also to life again with
snap an
Reply: To a Reply: Yes, :, ,
of fertilizer
I'm learning something from the .
about 25 pounds of 866'PK)
Free Press. The reporters are
fertilizer per 1.000 square feet .' '\;
desperate. They are grabbing at: : t '
Of $
grass. S > ti
I straws and writing about something A
Sprinkle the plant food evenly they know nothing. The I '. .,
ever the lawn, then water In to Free Press says wages paid to :
prevent bethe grass from being workers In tobacco are not highenough. '
burned caustic plant food Did you know the Negroes ;
elements. live in the tenant housesfor
Don't become alarmed If you free and many have
discover earwigs your lawn. A running water and electricity? In ItF
Dumber of home owners have reported act( when all members of the
them. family[ work the income is sub-' i
These vicious looking little Insects itanOal. That I.I the man of :
may Itartle'DUo However, the house doesn't gamble and .
the conspicuous pair of hooks at drink away his earnings before A
the end of their abdomen are the next payday. And hats off to .
harmless. They do not live up to i the principal of one of the Negro .N ,
the superstition ot attacking people ,.. b
high schools for refusing to assist ni+v<.11a
In the ear.Earwigs CORE. He knows the facts. He I'
are commonly found knows CORE Is hindering the colored .
beneath boards. in wood piles, race. He knows he is a I .. .
under leaves and other plant ma school principal because he worked .I
llaJlkeer. become numerous in hard to gain a good educationand
Earwigs an Is willing to accept renpnnilblllty a txt
largely scavenger feeding on He knows CORE Is of I
dead and decaying organic mat the colored race a short
ter. They rarely damage plants 'tfo trouble and violence, If!
In the event you find earwigsare CORE is so wonderful, how come I
becoming a nuisance, control Its workers are rude, trashy and
them with chlordane or toxaphene. looking* The average Negro 'i tt
Violets errt Gadsden County is far ..'
Almost everyone loves violets, above the average CORE worker. hI -"Tiaws.T aa. ,J ,
la try your!luck at growing them. If you want to go backwards, '
An add soil with plenty I of humus CORE will help you.
and food moisture and '
plant '
And bytheway.Free many
shade are conditions that make of the white tobacco farmers weretenant ', tf -.. '
violets happy. If you already farmers at one time. Noth 'd. o4, .r V' : :
have violets, then divide them
the Negroes if
ing is hindering
now and the perfumed little flowers
they are willing to work, go to 1 1r
will peep out from dark green ff
leaves from December until MaySweet school and accept responsibility.!
And if Negroes would like to become
is another flower
peas I
tobacco farmers why
The winter flowering
doesn't CORE lend them the mon,
varieties, If planted now, will
become established. Oh I t
ey to 1 s
bloom by Christmas. ? ?
don't want hand iK
forgot they
Plant sweet pea seeds In trenches
ot rich organic soil that has ?.t A
been sterilized and treated against outs.BIBLE f : r

dam tngoff. Frequent cutting ol VERSEAnd '
the blooms is necessary to prevent 1rr
formation of seedpods which unto man he Mid, IMmld
Hill reduce the flowering p'rlod.1 the Mar of the lAIrd, that In ,,1.. ,c ,c,
As a border plant for dom: and to depart from evil Isundemanding.
try strawberry plants. The berry I
bushes like the acid azalea soil 1. Where is this verse found
and will thrive. The dark green in the Bible ..
leaves, white blossoms with S. Who is the author
and tart red 1. What land does the book THE ROMANS MOVED RIVERSIn
= 4'edpaTr; your effortsof describe
growing the plants. I 4. Was Job a real pel'lOllT
Camellia and azalea flower
buds should be formed by now.I Ainwws te Bible Verve this age of technological wizardry never sneer at the pant

ot Inspect bud browning.them carefully This tor indicates signs, 1 I. Job The 28 author: 28. Is unknown.I. The Roman engineer who designed this aqueduct In Spain were brilliant men. Skill! such as theirs, more than

a buds fungus to drop.which If discovered will nUN control the The of Arabian Palestine.desert, southeast the might of Caesar's armies, fashioned the vast civilization of the Empire.In .

the disease with a fungicide 4. He Is mentioned In Ezekiel
this of scientific
This Is about the last time you 14: 14 and James 8: 11. age discovery never overlook the Truths long ago revealed.
can use an oil emulsion spray
for scale control on camellias and Christianity was born in a remote province of ancient home It nutfereil! generations of perwvution until It

in.azaleas If you'll before add cold a weather little lindaneor sets converted even iU persecutors. And when barbarians overran the Empire, our faith found a foothold in their
arsenate of lead to the soil hearts as well.

cutting solution Insects you will at the control same time.leaf In a civilization of modern marvels the Church still raises Its towers of truth And when, next Sunday, w.

Louisville Mr. and, Mrs.Ky. left Kenneth today Moss after of come with our families to worship, somewhere a congregation will be singing:

ON A C.ten-year SPAY survey RAISES ot Federal brother spending I in several law and days sister,with Mr. and her I 0 where art kings and empires now Hut, Lord, thy Church it praying yet _

payrolls) number of Mrs. Frank Whittle. En Of old that went and came? A thousand years Iht same!
t showedworkers Increased they visited\ In Bowling

pay about climbed:2 per cent more while than their 70 eMted total who Ky, attends with their Bowling daughter Green rout'l Copyright IM4. K.bUr A4m4ik. ....... IM, ftr..hir|. Va.f *

rent The totals are not lege. f Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday ThursdayKphcxlsni
\nn'f'a'OI1'd Miss Paula Walker left last'
by the recent pay
by Congress The report was compiled week for Auburn. Ala. where she AcU Acts I Corlnthlani' Kpheslnns Colon*la ni3M7 I Thessalonisns1MO
by Senator Byrd ID, Vs), is attending Auburn University.Mrs. I 2:5-21: 10:34-48: 3:10-15: 9:1.6: 3:7-15: : :
chairman of the Joint Committee Jessie Williams who has
on Reduction of nonessential Federal been In the Cadsdrn County Hospital : *
__Expenditures._ for several weeks is now at i *
the horn of her daughter, Mrs.
John L. Taylor in Attapulgus. I
Bradford May has gone to Rome,
RUST-OLEUM Ga., where he returned Ms studies
I st Darlington. Ills parents" Mr I
and Mrs. Fount May accompaniedhim.

STOPS i George. Rude, John Shaw Curry I lf )f

Angus Ifiraon and Charles Owens,
are among these leaving today
for Abraham Baldwin College.
Fount May III, Johnny Suber,
Available In I Robert Maxwell Ralph Sanford.'
Bill Sapp and Barrels Sue Bart-
ma are among the students J leanIng

Ajl Colors I''Valdosta for Valdosta Ga. Stale College\ This Feature is Being Sponsored Weekly By The Following IndividualsAnd

AVAILABLE IN torn Perry ot Oiattahoorhr
brother ol Mrs. R. H. SaVkUnd.
ALL SIZE CANS Qutncy, to a patient at Gadsdeo
AND County Hnnpttal. Business Establishments




Hydra Cat Company ot Quincy Double Cola Bottling Company Stewari-Younq Southern Chemical\

LARSENLUMBER / II....... ... JWHM MmsHHarbin Itat. fe taw In*.
Bell & Bales Hardwar.
ComposyWILos's Quincy Lumber Company -Wolf Inc.
Shcpemft Mill
CO. ROMS .*< A* rniM ._,...
Mack's Radio & TV Service Nave Sets lrt4 Nbprd'e Nsslhp.ppy Nla'

Phone 627-7276 I Coca-Cola Bottllna Company American fn<. Industrie
Mainline Drhre Tk Quincy State Bank Albritton's Motor Hotel loo rar'

..,. ... Mr. r. ft Aftrtlfcar Mary Boonry Inc.Cltlwiis .
Wetter Auto Associate Sloe ''--rfr svr*** ...** HIM "...... Y.r Ysssag Ape" Hayes flylna Set-rice. big

"be" FIDe Foods Danley..,.FurBllu/e. SMtrMi M Company:* K..,.;- Bonk & Trust Company Wall's Una Cole Supermarket
Readi... IUIC
Qulncy Meat A Cold
< Qaincy Horn & Auto Store Subs lomuon Companynmmmi Sloraae

jnaivJt nlnrancc we that ,m attend tha Quincy Telephone Company first Tederal
Savlaas & Loan Auoc.
.ben* el meal.. .....
Coded year ,
FurnlTure :
Company .I ,.... twMy
14 *.. U ..* Mhvn Mi*.. W. D. Harr.a
J. .. tea. Ir. MargotSb.D MakoUey. Agency pink .... s.d r..u.rOIItf fur OU Company Distributer

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S.rrlce Ofl Company: M & M Tractor Company Morn M afsKJaaoa Bendey Dectrte Company

WaaVt Grocery Bullet.MorTon raaeral Horn Famirur Company Poet & Lumber Preserving Company

Major Do.ZI-T.ws.ll Star Joe WedeUe.lnc. Oakland Coacrvte Products Inc.QaJacy Qulacy Tire A Recapping Company

Casey's IGA FfiixfllaerInmaarooasasi CKanaW. Hamburaer
Darby Coostntcflon Company Cabinet Work

F wn 1-08 14 Wwt Wcahiwjlon St Iflaqara Soulnern CarpaattossRussets
Motet Co. Inc. Qutncy Vault Company: WQla. Construction & Supply lac .. ..,.."

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Attending he wedding from Friendship Circle, Mrs. E. C. Ma-

this area. were Mr. and Mn LJ: haftl'Y'I circle chairmen, Mra.I'III'Sler Garden Club
Woodward, Mrs W. D.
PAGE Bell Mr John Dolan Mr Inez
Mfa (Todd Bell. Mn. J. W. Griffin,
Eubank, Mr. and WarrenLeaser
Tim Mn P C Davis, Mn J. C. Kin- Meeting Set
Laurel and Pete.
i Mr. and Mr. Bill Miller Ret andMr son and Mn Harbert Gregory

I i Person having items ol social nature are urged to call *. W. li Monism Mi and N f During the served.social hour refreshments District 2. Florida Federationof

l Mr. p. W. Shelter, Mr and Mn were Garden Clubs, Inc. aOl meetwith
MAin 78503Mr.
Mia May S. Richardson at The roll call was taken by the
." Davis Smith, Mr. and Mr C G. Mn W. H. Fort. the Gulf Beach Garden Clubs
AAwAwAw LUXXXXXXXXXXXXXJUOOUOOUOOOUMUX? Trlppe, Mr. and Mm C W Tul- secretary Gulf Beach Presbyterian Church

I loa, Mr. and Mn. Sylvester Yawn, and Garden Center, Inc, Wednes
alA hand embroidered applique of [Gall, Janet, Ottice and Vrstrr Mr. Shower TuesdayFor I day October 7th.Registration .

., velvet roses outlined with seed and Mn Carroll Merchant and and coffee beginat
purls and crystal bugle bead Lynn, Mr. Jackie Dod m all of Miss Cook 9 ..m. Central Standard tin*

The design wa repeated on the Havana.Mr. and the program at 9:30: Attending
short panel' train which wa ate and Mn Jerry Perkins will be Mil Frank W Hew
Tlflon, Ga.; Mr. and Mn Kenneth Mrs Lester Gitlln entertainedwith
cached to the waistline at the i left President Florida Federa-
Gay Balnbrldge, Ga. Mrs a kitchen shower Tuesday
batk I tton of Garden Club, Mn. Charles
Sandra Crawford, Jacksonville; night: In honor of Miss Unda Cook.
Her waist-length! of snowy Mn. Mixed flowers at I H. Blanchard, Vice President
Mr. and Angel OUva Tampa; spring were
bridal Illusion was attached to a Mr. and M.... Edward Fletcher, interest points Mrs Carroll 0. Griffin 2nd vice
small queen'i crown of seed president Mn Maurice S. Din.jlnRham .
Greenaboro; Dr. and Mn. Fred Varkp'i bndal game and content
pearl, and she carried third vice! preiident
a prow Butler, David and Bruce Mr. were enjoyed
f tine bouquet of white orchids, and Mm. Lamar Gay and Mn Centering the refreshment table This will be an interesting and

white bride'i rote and valley W. V. Smith of Tallahauee was an attractive arrangement of informative luncheon meeting and

lilies, Mr. and Mn. Harbert Gregory colorful flowen. On one end was will convene after lunch.

The bride'i mother wore a beige Joe Gregory, Mr. and Mrs R- B. the punch bowl and on the other, Those from Quincy who plan togo

and green sheath drew with ,Lester, Jr., Mr*. W. T, Lester, trays of cake squares decorated can call Mn. Douglass Brooks,
matching jacket and shoe and Mr. and Mn. It. B. Lester, Sr., with a bridal motif compote of|M.... Lanier Richardson, Mn
4LIJY' .ml'llllf'orl'l'tf roses.Mr Miss. Mary Lester, Mr. and Mn null and mint Fred Nordhaus or Mrs Roma
*. Butler wore a burgundy Thomas Smith and Mr and Mn Among! the SO guest were mothers Morton to make reservation no

chiffon sheath dress with long Karl Heythekker, all ot QuII1'YI ot the betrothed couple, MnHicey later than October 2. Reglnr
while glove, matching Rhoe and I I ;' Cook and Mn. Leo Yentry ion and lunch will be a total of

a corsage of white phalaenoprii Centenary 't $2.00 each.Young.
orchid WSCS + .' 'jM, ".
RaeepHnn Fnllnwi # J "" ;, Luncheon For People Are
Circles MeetThe
Immediately following! the ceremony '+ r.
Mr. Willcox entertainedwith : + .' ,1.i. <, Entertained at Supper
a reception at the Elk Home. Woman'i Society of Chri- ; :r'"V { ..t; Miss Linda Cook
Mr. Wiley Hill greeted" guest Han Service of Centenary Metho- .,<" .>f 4"> < Of Mrs R. D. Woodward Jr., assisted

at the door with the amlntane dint Church held It* regular her ; <. .. Mill Unda Cook bride elect, by Mn. entertained and
of Mr*. Terrell! Floyd Mm. C T. daughter Glennda girli
IneM and program meeting September was the honoree at a beautifulone
Owen, Mr*. Nell Peavy and Mr*. 21, at 3:30: In the Fellowship Mr. limmie Carl Cooper I o'clock luncheon at the Jefferson Interested In Wesleyan College and
James IlnroVn.Mr Hall. House Saturday when Mrs. i their mothers at a hamburger

*'h,1it..W McElrov directedgcceats I The meeting was railed to order Nell Klttrell of Cnlpley and Mrs. supper recently.
line, where by the president Mrs C. L. Miss Sharon Miller Becomes Wayne Johanscn of Jacksonville Following supper Miss Charlotte

Mr*. Lauren Parron Introduced Owenhy, after which the group entertained for her. A bridal arrangement Thomas gave an informative
ra giient tn the receiving line composed sang "Oh Master of the Waking centered the table. I'and Interesting talk on colleges in
of the parent the bridal World," with M.... L. L. Willis Bride of Jimmie Carl CooperIn Place cards were of wedding general, requirements\ applications .
couple! and the feminine attendants at the piano. motif. courses, etc.

The devot.onal; was given by The bride elect was presented a Thirty-five people were In at.
Mm. Basil Steed directed guenti Mrs Tracy Riddle. She opened an Impressive candlelight and Cherrle Peddle, all cousins silver tray by her hostesses. tendance_at ..this supper meeting.
and Iis. Cecil Victor Butler, Jr. to the b""" '* table, where Mm with prayer. Her subject wa "ANew double-ring ceremony, Mill Sitaron ot the bride Miss Patsy Smith Twelve girl friends of Miss
France Willcox Dur n, Mm. Fred Miller and Jimmie Cooper exchanged kept the bride' book.
Purpose For A New Age. Cook were guests on this occasion.
i Butler and Mn. A. C Jones pre- from marriage vow Sunday, When the left for wedding
Her scripture was taken couple a
BrideOf I e, at 4 with the
Becomes September p.m.
I Miss Willcox
I Hided. Epheslan: \ 1:4-10: which related Rev L. C. Hall of Quincy officiating. trip to New Orleans, the CircleIn
I The bride'i table wa overlaid Paul' description of God' Plan bride was wearing a pale blue Amarylis

with a white organdy cloth over for me universe to the ihidy of suit, with matching accessories
Victor Butler On Sept. 4 I fellow taffeta, with a floor-length the purpose of the Woman'i So The bride Is from Greensboro and the while orchid from her Tuesday MeetMiss
ithered skirt of white eyelet A and the groom U from Tallahaaice. bridal bouquet completed her costume

silver candelabra arrangement of ciety.Mn.. J. L. BedenbauKh the recording Photo by Photo Studio I
Beauty and dignity marked the San May Love and Mn.
Butler of Tallahassee, cousin of white Fuji mum, white taper at
secretary, reed the minutes The wedding was performed & Flower Shop.)
wedding at eight, n'clnck Friday Pat Munroe were co-hostesses to
the bridegroom; and Hal Dolan ofHavana. md valley lille wa balanced at God Church in
of the August meeting, afterwhich the Assembly of
September 4. at Central Methodist the Amarylii Garden Circle Tue.day. By R. L> Massey
the other end of the table with a decoratedwith
Mn. F. P. Williams gave Greensboro which was
Oiiirrti in niwrald, Ga., which Miss Love presided duringthe
Luther Honk and Lamar Cay
five-tiered beautifully embossed and Lamar
of wedding Presbyterian Massey
milled In marriage Mint Gall El- I the treamirer'i report arrangement business session. Plans for
lighted the candles. wedding cake topped with a miniature by the
were given flowers with Ivy entwinglng
len Willcox, daiiKliler of Mrs Wil The bride wan attended by 11I'I'Ilatpl' bride and Broom figurine The Circle report each the new year were completed anda One of America'i favorite
and the lair the circle chairmen. They candelabra.The Women Meet from the Executive Board
David Willeox report
liam MlM Diane Wllloox of cake, emboRHcd with white loses their circleshad Institutions, an early Dutch
told of the project bride wearing a gown of
Jir. Willeox of Fitzgerald and meeting given.
the coffee break
her maid of honor
Fitzgerald u and dove*, Will the handiwork of atresslng the
Cecil Victor Buller. Jr., ton of for the month acetate Beau with re-embroidered The circle discussed "What to
Bridesmaids were Mrs Luther the bridegroom' mother Women of the First Preibyterlan periodically come in for a
Mr. and Mm Cart Victor Butler Hook of Havana, Inter of the The punch table wa overlaid Importance In of the their November registeringand 3election. sewn lace bodice father.was givenIn The Church met Monday at Plant" In Gardena During Septem few licks from the medical fraternity .

of Havana, lien-Ida\ bridegroom; Mlai Put Purkett of with white organdy over yellow voting. marriage by her three thirty at Fellowship Hall bPl' Recently, In fact, at
The Rev Ned Steele, pairtor, Fllwerald; Mini Carole Cheney taffeta. with floor-length skirt of The president announced that scooped neckline and waist cluster YoU for their prayer band led by M.... There wen 0 members pres the AMA's 112th annual meetIng .
officiated at the Impressive dt abie C. Mill Mellnda Centering Jeweled by tiny pearl ent. Mn. R. D. Woodward and a noted doctor claimed
of Greenwood S ; gathered white organdy. the District work hop would beheld front pleated skirt\ Allen Cantey.
ring ceremony \In the presence Steed of Fitzgerald; Miss Lid llus- the table wa a sliver candelabra In Havana -ruJayt'p! The and pyramid train wa highlightedby Following this the general meetIng Mn. Manning Taylor will entertain that too frequent coffee breaks
In October.
the circle
at a largo assemblage of friends soy of Talledcga. Ala! cousin of arrangement of yellow tember 2Bth. 10 m. to J.30) lace motif wan held with the outgoing might well start one on the
and relatives of the young couple the hrlre; and MlM Qalre Owens Full mum, yellow ribbon and each pl'l'IIOIIlIuked to take president Mrs R. H. M. Davidson During the social hour the hostess road to a peptic ulcer. It was
Emerald follow In the choir of FltrgeraM. I valley Illle with yellow taper pm sandwiches for lunch. The shoulder length veil wa a in charge. A dwotiornil on served refreshments. claimed that consuming 10 to
loft formed line background for gowned alike Jn with liver aervlce placedat had sunburst shell of crystal and IS cups of coffee daily will
They were punch Mr. E. Null Philpot who I. "Slow to Criticize' Quick to Sym
holding pearl with a lace petal trim. Mrs. M. D. Walker contribute to, though not necessarily
brass spiral cnndolMhrul floor-length dresses of turquoise each end of the table. charge of the program presented pathize" wa given by loin Sylvester
while tapers. The chair nil was satin factored with fitted bodice Silver compote held mint and carried a white Bible covered with Woodward. Hostess At Bridge Induce, an ulcer.
baulked with emerald foliage rounded neckline and and these were served by Woman's white latin and lace; It was .
nut .
featuring a '
Officers and committee chairmen Mn. M. D. Walker
hoste MAS-
topped with tube row entered was ** speaking nt claims -
which formed a baekKround for a threenmrter length aleevei. The Min Jennifer Purdy and Mlat to u* today. After her most informative with a white orchid. then made annual reports.Mrs. to her Monday night bridge club. BEY DRUGS.... claim that "*
brans arched candelabra holdingis .bell-shaped skirls were fashioned Bonnie Bynum.
white and a largo sun- at the aha from the punch talk and living sane As the guest assembled, aprogram P. C Davis presented the Colorful autumn flowers were at 10 to any length tn provide the
lepers with 1 Inverted pleats Directing gueM of the change made, the members : focal)
Pin point I 'n. t servlnr
Life s prmcrlplliHi
burnt arrangement of want white In front and back, forming soft table to the registry table wa divtfjd Into three of prenuptial music wa Honorary Membership
chrysanthemums, while gladioli fullness In the skirt, and the Mr, Brad Dormlny. Mr*. Harry were and were led In dlncusilon presented by Joe Miller, cousin to Mrs T. M Cumble, naming Mn. Don May who won high available, If you are a stranger
and valley IlIh'S. waistline was trimmed In back Merrllt Invited guests to regl- group women are of the bride. He also accompanied many office that she ha* held score, was awarded a home made to our store, drop In and gel
of the many wayi and worked during cake. Holder of second high, Mn acquainted noon at MA8..t\
at faithfully
Emerald l foliage! wan planed on with a owe of self-material. tee In the bride'i hook which wax in todny'i world. Mill Nellie\ Peacock u she sang,
called to change She has been E. H. Routon, a guest, received Mil (,8III Weal Jefferson m.
Mich' lido of the aliaI'M welt two Ai a headpiece they wore arose kept by Mis Stmle Willcox and ,The disrwslon leaden were MnM. "I Love You Truly" and "The past yean.
Puston Aid, secretary of manycauses percale pillow cases and MrsJoseph THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD
topiary trees of hoxwood tur'1uoMlln, Mliw Patsy Sheffield Lord Prayer"The
greenery of the same B. Bated, Mn, R. B Lester Suber
In the WOC on Building a guest, won
and wlitlo mums Reserved pews trimmed with mauling sort veil The registry table ws overlaid 'Jr. and Miss Marguerite Hmdrix bride' only attendant washer low HINT Attention heavy imok
wire. marked with a Urge whiterhrymnlhemum They wore tacit while glues and with white organdy over yellow The meeting closed with the sister Mn. Martha McPhaul Committee. Is now on Pulpit' dusting pow- en: Nicotine! stains on fin.

white satin rib nmlchlng shoes, and carried crescent taffeta, with noor-length skirt of League Benediction prayed In who wore an empire waist line, Committee das and She teaches and a her Sunday husband der.At conclusion of the the gen be removedwith
School game
bon and fern bouquet of yellow Fuji gathered white orsandy. The table unlmn. dress of pale yellow with matching hostess served llghternfuidn .
the dessert
had of a with
Mint Marty Smith, organist mums, copper| muml and croton was decorated with a white memory accessories. charge youngpeople' coffee

resented a Pl'Otral1or nuptial leave candle with an arrangement She carried a bouquet of deep group for many'aI'I ----- -- --- -- --
music an guests awiemblod and Rndlanl Stride of yellow Fuji mum, valley Illle Mrs. Murray SpoonerIs yellow porn pool with satin and .they furnished the new nursery k f
accompanied Mr, Iloy Johnson. The bride, given In marriage and ribbon at the bane. Bridge Hostess reamen. At one time she was president -
Love Bible clam.The
Jr., who sung "B 'ftIUll!" and "1Lowe hv her brother, U. tjg, ) David Other decoration Included a Mr*. Murray Spooner Will her Wilfred W. Cooper of Perry of the '
Thee," by Grieg. At tlie Wlllrox, USN, of Boston Maw; large arrangement of yellow Full tesi Id her bridge dub Wednesday served a* hi* brother' best man. new officers were then Installed MERRILL'SHave
conclusion of the ceremony. an was radiantly beautiful In her mum and copper glad, flanked at her home. Colorful fall Ushers were Danny Miller, by the Rev Tlmoth. Elder
the couple knelt at the altar, she traditional wedding! gown of while bv emerald foliage, which was flowers were at Interest point brother of the bride, and Wallace pastor of New Philadelphia
unit Beethoven's ITaver. brtditl silk, faKlilimed on dimple placed at the end of the reception Preceding the game ate l served Shepard of Greensboro.Mn. Church, with an inspiring talk and
Mr. Butler wan atteny lili regal lines. The molded bodice room, and large yellow- atin covered a deasert with coffee.Mr Miller chose for her serve the Many

phter as bent man User featured a deep rounded and unadorned heart which were impended *. James Auman was highscore daughter' wedding a blue drew They are, president Mn. Fount i
vrmmiinien hither Hook ufUuvaiM neckline and \long fitted ahovt the dance floor. winner. with beige Bcceorle. May Jr; vice president Mrs E.
hi IX"'b t -In-tawj lamar sleeves which ended In point at Mr*. Rusm-U Young presented.program a Mn. Hal Vanlandlngham was The groom' mother wore a C. Love; secretary, Mrs R. D. Dress Look
Gay of TalluhaNHoe; Jim Will the wriiitii. The bodice was fastened of mimic luring the reception a guest of the club. green dress with beige .I''t'tIIOI'- Woodward, Jr.; treasurer, Mn.U .
cur of flt/Tf-ald, brother of lie In back with tiny aelf-cov- hour '1'1. D. McMillan: historian, Mn
bride; Sl'oltr"II11ry: of Qiilniy ered button. Wedding Trip Luncheon Given Immediately following the wedding E. W. (Ned) Hlnson, the four in
Ooimln of the brtileKmom; David The bell-shaped iiktrt_ featuredlhel Later In the evening the coupleleft the bride parent entertained program chairmen Mrs Lanier
-- .. on a wedding trip to the For Mrs. Mayo with a reception at their Klchardgon Personal Faith and BOBBIE BROOKSSix
mountain of North Carolina. Mn. E H. Raton Mrs. Peck home The dining room wa* decorated Family Life. Mn. Dim May.

For traveling the bride wore a Belt, Mn. W. W Maracy and with a color scheme of Christian Community Activities;

: r o/ AIost PRcommenrkriJlfio nin navy blue mitt with pale green Mn. Cordy Massey entertained yellow and white. Mn. Guy Race, Ecumenical Mission Styles to Choose From
9c blouse, navy accessories and a Mrs A. D. Mayo, who li moving After the Initial cutting of the and Relations; Mn. Douglas
corsage of green phalwnnwl or- away from Quincy to make her cake by the bride and groom the Owens leadership and resounr; Assorted Colors Sizes 5 to 15

.ld.'a.! Her only omamentwa* a home, with a delightful luncheon cake wa served by Mn. Ted Bible teacher, Mn. Louine Quarter
string of pearl, a gift from the at the Jefferson House" Monday Ream sister of the groom and : Prayer circle, Mrs. Allene
I bridegroom. The hostesses gave the honoreea Mn. Clifford McDanirl, cousin of Cantey; Thomwell and Jody MnJa $14.98

I The couple ll now at home InOPm.n. personal gift a* a memento of the bride Pouring punch were .n Gregory; Mission Haven
both this oceajdem. Call Edwards Sharon Prailor Mn. Cm Price: White Cram.
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chid. Shower For Bridge Club
The three bridal attendants won
gowns of light pink organta over Miss Linda Cook Gets CitationMrs.
PAGE taffeta with the bodice In pink :
chantllly lace. The bell shaped'
: skirt had Inverted pleats and self I Miss Linda Cook, bride elect Florence W. Broaki recently
how with a rosette at the waist. was honored with a miscellaneous received a dtstta for
Parson having Items d nodal naturs at urged to call Their veils ot pink Illusion were shower Wednesday night when the Duplicate Bridge Cub for
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAID 78503L attached to a bow. The attendants I Mn. Jimmy Johnson of Greensboro hiimanllatrlan service and out.
carried pink roses. and Miss Joan Thompson of Minding t'OOperatlon.1nltrd Cert
Miss Miry Snow was soloist Gretna entertained for her at the oral Palsey
She sang "Because" and "The home of the former. Attractive : It wads, "By your I unselfish
) Lord's Prayer" arrangements of towers In pastel and devoted service you have
colors were st focal points. kindled new hope for America'sCerebral
Out ot town guests Included
j Centering the table was a bride-. Palsied chlldrrn end
Mrs. Cooper Johnson and Mr. and
It Mrs. Mel Luten.Following like arrangement On one end of adults and have helped' hasten the
the table the punch bowl was day when this crippler will no
a reception in the placed, surrounded by 'Ivy and longer strike our homes:'
Fellowship Hall the couple .left on
flowers. Trays ot cake and compotes Through the Benefit DupUcitt
a trip to the southern part ot the of nuts and mints were also Bride sponsored the
state. They will reside at Luella on the table.Several lama
Quincy Club the Friday night
Street, Jacksonville bridal games and contests Duplicate Cub) a nice check WMlent
11 were enjoyed during the to the Cancer Society. Mr.
t Cherokee Circle tvenlng.An and Mrs Pouglsss Brooki have
I of useful' and beautiful
: array charge of the club
: gifts were under a lacy umbrella
Holds MeetingThe Idea. carrying out the bridal Bridge Club Meets

Cherokee Garden QrH Twenlyl\lf'llllamancthPmtht With Mrs. Routon
held the tint meeting ot the new mothers ot the engaged couple, Mrt. J, II. Router was hostessto
season at the home of Mrs. Howard Mrs. IDcey Conk and Mn Ifa' her Tuesday
Bentley with I members present vestry enjoyed this delightful :rate bridge club,morning Sandwiches dupll.,
Two new members were welcomed cake toffee
dips potato chip, ,
Into the circle. party.Hospital rind ura Colas were served.
; The chairman Mrs. Graham Report Handmade aprons wire awarded ltor
McKeown opened the meeting' prfti.
hen announced that Mn. Roma Winners were Mrt. W. E. Mid-
Horton would have charge of business Admissions September 15 session. through September 71 ( Dates Inclusive a niral. first, Mn. Km Duncan
Plans for the new garden Hub and Mn. Sam IflKrion. second and
year were discussed and plans WHITE "1'1. Jack Richardson and Mrs.
) were made for a supper for all Mr. Union S. Macon, Mr. Samuel IE. C. Love, a guest third.
he members and :Invited:: guests U Rhames Mr Lewis -
Mrs. Michael George Woleshln who art former members of the l'ar1M. Mrs. Frances Sanders, Bridge! Club MeetsAt
drrle. Mrs. N.llle1I1t.., Mrs. Pars Me-
Miss Joanne Luten Becomes After the meeting was adjourned Kelvey, Mrs. Harriet E. Dean, Fletcher HomeThe
a social hours was enjoyed.I Mn, Delaris Watkins Miss Patsy fourth Weisiesday Brim
Hamilton, Mr. Delford Edwards Chin( was entertained it the home
Bride of Michael George WoleshinThe Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Ruth Barnes, Qulncy: Mrs (X Mrs. llowsrd Fletcher by her
I Emma Falrcloth, MrsNancy sister, Mn. Sidney Johnsnn. Ear
1 With Mrs. Owens llolladay, Havana; Mrs. Myrtlre Iy autumn flowers were at focal
8 North Shore Methodist Tommy Wolenhlne, brother of Howard Mrs. Laura Hosey, points In the party room
? c Church was the setting at 7:30 the bridegroom was best man and Mrs. Maurice Owens was le* Greensboro; M.... Shirley Keels, At conclusion of three prowes-
p.m., Sept. 12 for the marriage ushers were Andy Brnadus, Sonny tens to her bridge club Wednesday -Mrs. Sealy C Joyner OiattaImochet lime the hostess served the II
of Miss Joanne Luten and Michael Rumen and Camel Kanh. afternoon Roses and other : Mr. Homer. H. Dagger playrn an attractive party plat*.
George Wole shin. The Rev. The bride wore a floor 'length seasonal flowers were at points Mrs. Louise Johnson/ Bristol: Mr.
Mrs. DraU Harry Russell performed the ceremony. dress of Aiwlmlst taffeta and of Interest Jesse J. 3loutsmlre Mrs. Nsnry BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Stephen Imported chantllly lice The titled Mn. J. Fisher Williams won Belle Shiver Tallahassee; MnDanuly I Mr. and Mn. Cart Enerwlnrt
The parents of the bride are bodies of lace over taffeta featured high\ score. McClamma, Mn Irene (Barbara Jean Amrtonl, 4811rtrrlne
Annette Hussey itr.. and! Mn. Harry S. Luten of a Sahrlne neckline and long At conclusion' ot three progressions Love tt Sneadt; Mr. C. C Yon i Drive Jacksonville, annmmrt >
Jacksonville. The bridegroom Is sleeves. The controlled skirt of the hostess served an attractive Grandridjte; Mr. William flaunt, ; the birth ol their flirt
t the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael taffeta with flowers of lace termInated salad Gretnai Mr. I A. Parramore, Ml. child, Leah Susan, Sep eml>er
Vows With Steve Woleshln ot Jacksonville. In a detachable watteau Wines cv Ja.cn and bingo Pleasant Mrs. Mae K. Jones, II at ft. Vincent's Hospital. The
Given In marriage by her father train. The headpiece was madeup were awarded personal articles Hosford. Baby girl weighed seven pound
the bride CheN Miss Janis of a triple crown of lace and lid sU nunc....
Wedding vows were exchanged the bride Man u her maid of honor pearls and was secured to a four Interims, proposed for eon- BIRTHS WRITS Maternal, randparvnM are Mrt
between Miss Sarah Annette Hus- ianna. Bridesmaids were Mn. Sidney tiered veil! of Illusion. She carried' structlon In Miami will cost upwards Mr. and Mrs. S, W, Sanders and Mn. W. II. Affmrtm ol Quln.oy .
icy and Stephen Drake Flournoy Linda Luten sister In law of the bride, a heart bouquet of sweetheart of $SIlO million to obtain Girl September 11 Paternal grmndparenti are
on August 30 at 3:30 p.m. al er girl. I and M\i a Juanita Edmondson, all roses French carnations, butterfly land and build toads, buildings Mr. and Mrs. U Patrick Mr.Kelvey Mr. and Mrs. John Cggersdorf

Marvin Church. Chapel The Reverend Free WIU Chester Baptist dress from,__ Jacksonville._ n_ ____ ____ __ _orchid., centered with sn or-,.-and-- -exhibits.--- ------ _'_Boy_._September_ K. I.4&s! 'Antnnlo- -Te_- -.
Pelt officiated at the Impressive tendants,
double service. ket tilled
The bride II the youngest that preceding :
daughter of Mn. Robert Hussey '
and the late Mr. Hussey of Mar- Scott

of of ianna.Qulncy.Mr. The and bridegroom Mrs. M. C is Floumoy the son a lace.The bearer.white UNITED FUND OF QUINCY, FLA., INC.

The vows were spoken before
a background formed ot a central riage by
massive arrangement ot greenery T. 7 West Street
flanked by seven-branched white wore an I \
wrought Iron candelabra, entwined length ,
with fern holding white '\
white lighted candles. Tall potted QUINCY FLORIDA
palms were on either side of the scalloped ,
rostrum and floor vases arranged ed with I :
with white gladioli and fern stoodon fitted
the floor beneath each end of sleeves
September IS. 1964
the rostrum. The family pews over
were marked with white satin skirt
bows. formed Mr. John Snipes
Miss Tonna Sims, pianist, played rows of
wedding selections prior to the extended Keenan Auto Ports Co.
ceremony and accompanied Miss Her ]I
Jarvis Rose Allen, who sang"Whither held a : i P. O. Box 821 .
Thou Goest" and "Be length .
cause." When the couple knelt on from QuIncy Flo.
the satin covered pile diets fort ride Thief"'I

benediction. Miss Allen sang
orchid, .
"The Lord's Prsyer. The traditional
wedding marches were play. ribbon Dear Johns

ed.Mrs.the bride. James from T. Mesaer Monticello, sister was of beige : You os a business and civic leader of Quincy art vitally Interested In the sue

matron of honor. She wore a beige! { ; cess and well-being oi the community With your cooperation the United Fund
white lace shift style dress lined
with red satin, designed with a attired can succeedl Without your cooperation we are doomed to failure and our community *
scoop neckline. She wore a white and will suffer.
headpiece and carried long stem en wore
white roses. buds.
Oth r bridal attendants were : Our annual drive for the year 1965 will begin on September 22. 1964. This will

Vss brldl'lfOOI1from Janice Flournoy Quincy, sister: of Miss the 'A be a team effort and you are an Integral part of the team.

Linda Hewitt, cousin of the bride' Mrs. L.

of demon Marianna and Miss: Mrs.Betty Ronnie Surber Hen-of the Red and You can Insure success by being present at a rery short meeting on September

Tallahassee. ot the 21, 196<<, at 7:30 p.m.ln the Court Room oi the Court House. If, because of circumstances

They were costumed Identical ivy, and beyond your control you cannot be there, please accept the responsibilityof
to the matron of honor except was
that Mr! headpieces were tn red. roses. ; seeing that your business .ls capably represented.Your .
and they carried red ,.... bride's :

Flits best Nystrom man. Ushers of Jacksonvillewas were Walter Ivy bride's and United Fund expects you to carry your fair share of the load and I am

Maxwell and! Bobby Lane of beautiful certain you will not fail to do your part
Quincy, Leon Hewitt, cousin of white '


LEAF I Fronds L McCall

Drive Chairman
I iI i

Thursday Friday I

September 24, I What happened after you received the letter?

"Ride The Wild I Where were you Monday night from 7:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m.7

1 Friends of the Quincy Community There were mailed on September 17 196.

SATURDAY KIDDIE approximately 225 of these personal letters. Monday night 7130 until 1:30 at the

Gadiden County Courthouse there were only 20 peoole present other than 18 incur

"Shark hers of the Board of Directors a grand total of 36 people.

38 people cannot carry on the program of your United Fund.I .
Sunday and

September 27 cannot: feel that this Is really our community. I cannot feel that you who were

not present really expect 36 people to do the work of 225 people.

In A
"Lady I cannot: feel that but very few In our community hare a feeling that the United

Fund organization .Is not good enough for each and every one of us.

Tuesday I do feel that your absence Monday night has created tremendous problemsfor

DOUBLE September 29. the United Fund.I .

do feel that shortly you will be asked one more time to assist In the operationof

TOWN rw TIKSOWS or the United Fand.I '

_, ,, JAMES SiE1 fAR1' 1 do feel that entirely too many people approve and appreciate the work done

t I. / / by the United Fund. but let Joe or John or Jane or Betty do the work I am not

1 needed. To anyone that has this thought you are very much In error. The United

Fund needs everyone's cooperation at least once: each twelve months.I .

: !
__ do feel that our community can and should meet the request of the United

Fund in the amount of S39. (XLOOL

: and PresidentJ John Snipes

"To Caleb A

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,' nnihcr Mi. H, C Sanlorrt and THE OLD HOME TOWN I
n m- Ie- By STANLEY
Junior /
College MIM Alice sunloitl of Quincy. and NEWS OF FOOD
I' .Jonau They aim tithed IIIK pai-enlx UNCLE &T1U.WEU,
(Cnntlnwd unto Page One) Mr and Mr*. Warner Sanford Sr. 15bOSE Yt7U WANT YEAH: Iu .SIX

I lejr Hoard hud no such polio rrienda of Miv. C. II. WllllaMm ol Mr.Tallalnunec.and Mrs. Joe Quaver and LA WAD W ILLINOIS ,'USUAL bunt' GS SUNNY-SIDE SAME AS O1'EM-FRESF4
that the policy Nan In put I UPqND FAST!
( Npllle will regret lo Iran children, Murllia Jo and Hcnnot f BRIGHTAhiD FRESHAS
where II would the TAX
whist serve CHEATS
that she li In Ottcbdwi County Lee Qieeaer spent the weekendat THY MOeNIN'SUNWSff
most! people HP Him pointed outhai _
llmiplui duo to a bittken hip. PanlJtJllLMra. MAS DtCLAfitD BT COVUNOR :
Leon has enough student Yet .. C S. DanWt of Tivarej Ben Duncan and children OTTO KIBNtCl "INSIST THAT

to support.arisen. I college Men all not on Hi own and n>i>liew Jerry Smith ol IJc spent !the weekend at Mexico tVEPYONC PAY HIS TAII? SHARE," '1
'nlr' (
land spent Die weekend with her Beach with her slater, Mrs. Joe HE ORDERED HE TOOK
member LaMar Sarra WHEN
Board "
skier, Mrs. Joe Sober and hua- Spitz.Stn..
Jacksonville moved hut the miter hand and other rolativet.Mm Howard Thomas and OFFICE. IN THREE YEARS,
he ,mumed In the cmmli. Frank Whittle and aunt, daughter Uremia and Mm! M. D. ILLINOIS MOVED FROM A 111*
and that MIPV prrwnl I valid mir Un llHllle I MILLION DEFICIT TO NEARLY ruj:
Kelly of MaritMin HOC"! Walker went to Auburn, Ala. TUPSHay. ,
wal i the next meeting, II 11am .-> Saturday al Kealon J Brivh ,,/wrp Brenda entered Auburn hco MILLION IN\ CASH
Mr I" gel 'together. MI-I Fount MtyJr., Mrs R IIDHVidwm L'nlveraity.
A priority I rating fur the the Slut pro t ). M. Mrs Dun May, Mrs Mrs Uouglans Brooks and Mrs SRA SING TAXES/ ,serve a bewitching jack-o-lanternct Hallcwparty
frt il approved by ; Guy Rare Mm MurriM! Solar Roma Ilorton Friday In Mar-
spent "" w1yit' with orange Icing. Trace ,:
Kriuratlon; would tneai
Board of
Mnl. Lanler Richardson and Mrs! anna where they attended a I"tunl-Ind add any me ]
hut the propiiii'(l ('IIII'JtI'ould\ ,(KHigltta Owen will/ npi'ixl Saturday hreaklnut meeting at the Oilpola you like-with Cake-Mat.
be noUKhl from r'e: Ig6 Login and Sunday at Mar a Villa. lintel. This was a directors meeting in a handy squeeze tube
hum /anntrm Oty teach attending a nn Community Bemitilirallon
Gadsdcn ha proponed a iilnn <' weekend (reining itdiool f'H. the ,
/ of !public and private property. r'Inttl i
of Qulncy within 12 lo H woolen ol the Flirt I're hytprlanTiunh Mr. and Mrs. Howard Suber QLL "
miles nl t lallahawiec Leon want ( Mrs T. M. Cumbie, Mr. and Mrs INOIS LEADS mE J
to combine the college with a new Mini Louise Quarlrrmun la vis- lames Ball, Mrs. Dick Sober and 60 STATES a

voiationaltechnical and located nlxwl In supplanting Hie ling in SHy..nnall.J I h nor daughter Beth attended the wed IN TOTAL VOLUME OF BACK-ie AD Fo- <
Uvclv TsllnhtMilrhpll irollier In lAW and sister, Mr. and ding ol Miss Sue Suher and Ray GOODS EXPO TEDjl /
industrial went of -
park Mra. George Dullon and otherrelHlives. mond Edison at Patrick M"B01aprl
Saturday evening at 7:00:
) Drew thalrmait of the Mr, and Mis Wane Sanford I o'<-lock. The bride li the daughterof
fadsden County committee, Mid Jr. ol Atlanta vlmlcd ]hm r.ind-_ Mr and Mm. Howard Suher.
further HII'JIII111 he laken when

a reconciliation I II marte "between ----.--.----.;. ....... WIDE-OPEN SPACES
-=wr- d -., ,
"Thu could be worterf
the counrieii : > e-.r
t.:: ; 1 STUDY ABROAD <<'fir
nil If l.on's representative' ALL THE LATEST NEWSIN I :; ; ,
would reconcile the 'la<1 that II ,.,'.. ,_. .. .
already\ ban mo tour-yrar colleger BLACK AND WHITE ... Pretzels can add zest to tur
Lively Te'hnleal and Vocation- JJ ,.. ''w. f\ key stuffing; many people i'o.
M-\ ; .
Sin ; Include them In salads and I
al I School, the W T Edwards .
,' 1 and !II the rente of alalegm l' sent recipes. Yet few know i it
pdnl. -- .: ; 't .( a pious Italian monk Inventedthe
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'eminent" italed Drew. -- --; ;: !JI '
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Coach Peterson "- QlLINOISHOlDSmPECORDFOR j got(


(Continued from r.p On) J SINGLE STATE: LAST YEA 1410 NEW MANU-


credited with the procurement and ,, ,. Home Baked Breads
development al ninny of the play ,, : .
't.7. \\110 hnnnttd 1.t Intn c'otlrqfraitlwll'a .;! J .-- .._- -
-SUa 1958team ,
lop rank 1 Q *
won II)* national' cniimpiondilp 1.i
and Afcaied\ Clenmon In the 1 youngsters are enjoy. a

1869 !Sugar Ho\\'l, : k log the pleasures of the wide
)In bin lK.rt time al Florida; thanks to the
RtPclirwn. has Innlllled r rpr I open spaces
and <. III In win heretofore Friendly Town Program of the u.

unknown al thin young tailv.rnlty, Some 20,000 Amer- Herald Tribune Fresh Air Fund.
He was named national "COIII'h III It's a big change from the gray
leans are studying in 60
1be //iI'III1. countries
Week" following congested areas of New
UMI and
11124,0\ victory over Miami in JI: around the globe. Their which they call home.A .
York City
tlft! ]'. opening game, "becoming ., : number grows by 14% each town visit can provide
the firnt rSU eonrh ever to re ; year. The Institute of European friendly
recognition.Pelerson a child with the experienceof
reive such f\ Studies, the largest U.S. ..
I lour year reeoru seeing a different America, .
: of
Florida Stale Is 15 victories, m sponsor foreign study, helps full of the tangible wonders of More and more Amerinn

defeats, and sit II.... Durlnn ml; them "bridge the gap" be. our country: fresh air, good women are baking their own
period the Semlnolcs have played tween U. S. and foreign food, green grass, trees and, in bread these! days, according o
the best teams In the! 841ulh..llIlI.And MEDAl Or HONOR CATHERINO-Capt Bddl Rlckenbaeker schools The Institute con. the thrill of sleeping the American Dairy Asaocia.
have made n Hmng' bid for (left) and Capt. Jo. rOM the naUon'i top aces In World ducts Its own programs in four many cases lion. Home
r .mhen.hin" In the tough South ."r :' [ Wan I and U. dl cum In New York the Oct. 1 dinner In European cities, and helps 15 in a bed of his own. U baked whit brad
a family favorite
emlem' Conference.The honor of the natlon'a 3000 winner of the Congreaalonal For further : another
Florida, Slate head coach Medal of Honor. The 282 living holdera of the medal, Includ- U.S. colleges conduct foreign : Fresh Air, New York 38, leading choice it Boston

ran done graduate work at both tog Rlckeaback and TOM, will be honored guests study program in Europe. N.Y. Brown Bread
ttr.t Virginia and 1. ai'll\'I' In Ihe Methodist\ Church

and hen been a featured speaker' American women reading the fashion news from tbe Paris collections .
of me
at' meeting Athletes. He and his t are pleased to see one of their all-Ume I..orlm-
Christian have five anna: T\\'EED-elen&td to couture status. Tweed has long been a

.t \\'Ke 20 Marjorle: Tommy, 14: Jon 10;; fashion In Itself, and the new treatment which bsv refined It, Buick
7 and David 6. given II Imsilnatlve styling and made It top-drswer fashion news
\ :
Pllly art all good news to us. The esp-sult shown \here, from Sears '65
Fall catalog, Is a dramatic Illustration of what the furore I 11 all
Revival about. A great swagger of a cape In black and while herringbone Buick
tweed-a flash of red that discloses furry acrylic pile lining-
(Continued from Page One) shiny touches of black leather-tell the story Team with It the

f Starke has held his ".* slim tweed skirt and the classic black pulton sweater-and you '
IeVl'ral yeah hat a completely cosmopolitan look. )
Mom for the pIIIIt vvT-,1,
.: lie 'Is a well known choir choral<<'lor ..... "
and has 'Ducted various
concerts around thefrtWlWaW F

;:: \ I Mr. Wark. has an 1 ., tkH1hV :
outstanding lenor voice forare y'.'Mn VS t
grunt demiind as a .mloM J
vivals ami other church
huh: night Mr- Starke will Sped
the congregational singing and u
an added\ fenmre will\ load IhI' "
revival\ choir In special muatc andaim

iiing a ,,"0.

Kirk Addresses

(inntlnned from Psg Ot1l')
?w1t 'NIp 4s v
Horida's ialeway tofrmlom. (
." Kirk said pointing out:
11. Mt needs dedicated hearts J"deep
\ the routes ol trade, '
.;,' ship and piwperlty '1ft."' itiW
l-ater he said: "Sentinels are '

'r rr, led to tight Con its lit=wand r
t l9
I lethargy! of our peop e. r
the Cat*
.i. to be your senHnel" at "
;: May lo JYeediim.'
t 1'I
Gadsden Youths d t

i Enter Gordon 1-' ur

Military College
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Gordon Military College, Rarne'

Vllle, fia, "II'd on Septenibel"
# 1.suds
hundred and thirtieth p t
tt 4 (or Ihe one y
year with She lamest enrollment
': In himory.'
Four young men from fimMen"
were enrolled at (;ltirtto
County '
: tie e .e5s.li. .l >,ear Tiny u
ire William haulm Hell Jr, son' ?
pt Mr. and Mrs W I I). trait \IMI.Pi .
:; Wald.-n Cor- ANNOUNCES ElECTIONS- -Brltlnh Prime WlnlsUr Sir Aleetioiiglasllum
L wet of Mr. and Mrs J. fcCwrv waves to the throng otitshl No 10 Downing We' : changed the Buick lot this And
ry be
t. of Qulncy. Michael, Wesley Street In Umilon on his return front Scotland, where he annmmoeil year. you may never the same again }l>urselL

Bnlles, .. ?I tD. Balles of Qulncy. and Jerry will be held Dot 15.: IRn, ':tinta)
Maxwell, son ol I Mr and Mrs
'i': Kenneth| Mawell, tll KWn. We doubt you'll want to be the same. Not once set Buicks.
: Colnnrl' WnroW\ Ultlll', '. you eyes on our new

;... dent snirtenis olltdally and new welcomed faculty mem-new.1 THERE /MAY BE DANGER On the Buick Special and the Skylark.The LeSabre, Electra 225, Riviera.

-:or hers Jrldsv at, the Sept Stint, 4. chnpi'l He pointed'aiwembly' nut And on the sleek, modified fastback of the wild, wilder,Wildcat in the picture.

tliat the addition ol several' newSenility DOWN UNDER

r:_ IlI'I'nllhrn mrmhl'l'II111 the (withy slag t greatly" Stir I III True, there a new high-style touch. But that's hardly I all. Engineeringstill

this year (", .a.1 Unlit alwt tiled l has the
emphasis. It's Buick tradition.
numerous imprm: rll. to UMI I a So arc the extras

,n-5 months ouarler rimpus amounllnil ol Curing a millum. to dollars more summer amongvhuh thin a,, p Buick spends a little extra on. Like finned brake drums that do a little better.

wee'' lie complelt I'Pnn\l.1 1' And smoother drivclincs. A tuned suspension to smooth ribcage roads.
linn of rnwcll Hall making' It one
or the mint molern d urndhrrlraen Now add Buick's
SuperTurbinc transmissions-and
I I have idea
any cxillea rampuaCordon you an

|pee, but also la not a only prep' a aihool Junior.col-,llh| of what Buick owners have always liked about Buick.'e think you'll feel the same.

:: bur ye-crs of high ,-'hour Students
from twenty.fue slates, and two
:: foreign countries are enrolled for

till current school year. .
Oak Park. HI. -- Having :been :
fined $58 for running a red light ,0"
.: 1 Mrs. Pelorea Julian mouthed she
was watching a television PJrlm -
In her c'lt. Sir had a
.Inch television ln"talled on the Wouldn't rather
dank six: of her car. S1e had .beenstopped you really have a Buick

before for driving through I
: red lights. but had removed the' Q
: let before appearing before court.I'I SI 1

I .1''I President' r.I.'E'1 Johnaon PORT pnrtedly ONE COT OF ATM M .11PW RRK IS

I' ;: has the majority of an Influential CAUSED pP'tT/rlIlLfTN- WIK. MAYS MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.
group of the nation' buslnm and
I ftnancJal leaders backing his candidacy. ycYGt'l FIL 4 AND Aj'Af

... Henry Ford IL chairmanof Ala"wr, SSfOfS area IIC1UJlCII 23. NORTH ADAMS STREET QUINCY. FLORIDArAG&
,I the Ford Motor Company -d
Edgar r. Kalter chairman. Kalser -

fOI'Itn are tw of the
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VA Officer To I II
Traveling Shutter-Bugs I

I Visit Gadsden pa Q&io ,4ete I

VeteiMiw of Gadsdcn Cum

who nprd instance m oh', ." n,: h
benefits! ,under, the Gl AI'' u
receive t guidance from Jim \' ,
A sl the Florida
Department 0: \
am >"an"
weant will visit, this ;n< ,
week tor the purpose nt( I
,, veterans or their depend, k
filing claims for (Oomp'
Benefits nr wilv';ing their In'u
problems This free son
elude assistance to employers tn'J
veterans under the QI Rill \ )> ATWALL'S OPEN
rational! Training Subsist :e '.: ..
ether problems KING COLE

During Inn visit In this t">a 7 DAYSEACH
Weant may he contacted ai 1 Or.following
place at the time a-i inn l|I -
the date specified Qulit} .
Courthouse, 3 oilotk, OrI! trit1fhatlahoocbee I SUPER MARKET WEEK!
Post Office I.!
October 5.Robert. f

Bowman ,

Finishes BasicSan it

i BAr
Antonio. To\. \--;an 0
Homer.1 Bowman, s' 1111 I 1li mill n
Mrs. Robert B Bowman f Quip, ..... ,AI; .
cv, has completed<< the first phaKeof '
hit Air Force belle i military
1110/ Canadianaflono t JtaMutterbugs lll ::1
training at U.kland AKB T..,. Conrlfjy. Or' '
Airman Bowman has been sc- irt diving I SId On Its westbound trip, the feet, Is the highlit point on the
looted for technical training as an day on Canadian Natleners now Pi nere mo lo the ""ntry" only I lino. leyend Yellowheod It la 29 c
office equipment repairman at scenersml can, operating tranocontlnontal '....ng.' a stow descent to the PtclfloCent. lb.
the Air Training Command (ATO) through the Cinidlan Rockies. train to tasks a complete day .
school at Lowry AKB, Colo I HID Booklet I
With the vi.. afforded from light trip through It la just beyond' Red Pots
new unit Is part of the vast ATC
Th. ochodulo of the Pone- Junction after croning the
system which tram airmen ,mdofftren the.upptr dick of Canidi only rime, tint new oreoMountry Froeer River, that Mount Rob- FROSTY MORNNECK
in the ituirv skills required full length glll"lopp.' es iervjir peoeenger train tlnco list,cello eon .pp..,... Hero the train
by the nation aerospace caro, camera shutters an for It t.pull out of Joepor,Alt., stops for a f.w minutes so thatpoeeengero
force, licking awejr. ot .:00 a.m.. and from then .n may haw a 1.4ur.y *
The airman is a I 1964 graduate Th. majestic and oomotlmelkewlldorlng the shady Blt-mllo passage I vl.w.f the tillut peek In the
of Quincy Junior Senior High oconory of the Ca i through the mountain' valleyo' Canadian Rockies. Towering BONES 5 49c
School. radian Rockloi lo bo,ng oorvod b.gins, .ndlng .t VlncolI" 11171 feet, Mount Robson, Ibs.
up In mountainous quontitloi the eime day ot I:W p.m, often called the Monarch of the
Gasoline taxes collected from foe CN transcontinental train Its generally believed that Conodlon Rockloe, la the ...
kale of furl on the Sunshine State IravoloriCanadian. the Joepor-Vaneouvor trip ,lo bodl"'lnt..1I that "'IR" mind
Parkway are turned once to the National "'lIw.)'.' through only' ono rongo .f thinks a mountiln ought to be, FROSTY MORNFRANKS "
date for JI1KINl'Jon of Hale track malnllnoro Panorimo mountolno, while In feet It ,lo There are some IT major MP
highways and lupor Continental both through throe Th. Itocklee, points of Interoet en the Pane
iqulppid with Iconoraml cart the elklrk Kongo and the re me'a trip from Jasper to Van 00
Sri giving pttiongtra eight Coast Kongo. sconce, sash framed by the 12 o
; SEPTIC TANK they rteve never been able to On the mainline 1T miles breed picture window of the 3 $1
ice OP photograph from a train wool .f .III,., I. Yollowheod train, from sunup t* sundown. Pkgs.: .
SERVICE eeforo. which,with an altitude 1,717 F.NS.


The National Outlook I In This circulation.Is a vicious clnle Indeed
U the conduct of business Is not
I to be Impeded by a lack ot coins, 3ik89c LIVER lb. 39
h by ('H-IHK* HagrdoraXIS some solution has to be found. .( :
( OF THE REALM \'...... lucks Mewl suRiiesllonsenter aroundthe
The coin shortage continues But this same hoard Is now thesource Idea of using some material
with ui and In view of its basic which the Treasury uses other than sliver in our coins -...
VACUUM CLEANED causes, la likely In get won rather lo make its dimes, quarters and other metals or perhaps even plastics ,
REPAIRED than better It will turrly call half-dollars They are working An alternative would be to r ,, FRESH GROUND
for some radical revision o( our day and night to relieve the coir ionic paper money for Iractionsut
system of lubsidiary coinage shortage and the hoard t'IU\'l last a dollar.
I 627-8403 I there ii no easy way out. But the l sever. Estimates vary, but It I Either ot these! measures wouldIn
public psychology produced by the seems more and more likely that IhemsrKes make problems.
mere contemplation ot ouch mea- It will be all gone in two or three The public wouldnt easily adjust BEEFlb.
Nights 627-6868 sum la likely to make the chort- years. to accepting as money something
,ago even more ofvere.i When that happens the market i radically different from what they
QUINCYVAULT i I The underlying problem la that price ot silver will rise It had been used to The vending
'silver production Is Insufficient to wouldn't have to rise much before machine Industry would have to
CO. meet the growing demand for III.ver It became worthwhile to melt change Its equipment dnulk-ally
in Industry. The difference silver coins down. Thus the more But the worst ripeof the
VAULTS MONUMENTS made up from the U. S Treasury coins we make the closer we get problem Is that even Ux proposal
hoard accumulated during the lo exhaustion ot government silver of such steps Is likely to make the
MAINLINE DRIVE yean when the Treasury was stnks and the more Incentive public cling that mm'h closely -
QUINCY I I buying silver and issuing silver people have to keep silver coins to their silver coins.
certificates aRalnat It. in the bureau drawer rather than Ore AilullimfUe 39ca

.,. have seen only one suggestion -
which seems designed to get y
flAsk us about around this dllfli-ulty It Is advanced
by Dr Elgin! UruevcliMof
the Institute fur Monetary K- -
search, His pr>(oval Is, simply, to DIXIE CRYSTAL
P Bi double the value of existing silver
I coins. A hall dollar would count .ram
u a dollar a quarter as fifty
cents and a dime as twenty rants
1'eot>Ie would "have every i1uce- S Lb. c ,
ment to take their! coins out of
i mi mm TO !mania since they would buy Baq 'ewe.qar.
twice as much as before The
Treasury would be able to manufacture
twice as mush money out With Food Ord.r
Prove for ot a given amount ot silver ,
yourself Zenith's This Is pretty hard to s''allow
greater People wouldn't easily get used to
L dependabilitySTEWARTYOUNG receiving only two quarters when MARTHA WHITE NO BOIL
hey broke a dollar bill. liul the
dca Is logics! anil In any case,
there Is no easy solution of our

coinage--problem. FLOUR5 49c BLEACHQI.10c

Intelligent adults are kind to
the children they meet In life.

18 West Washington Street Phon. 627-8668 Quincy Florida Equality is Is the the equal theory of a that gen-awrbaruui

leman.i SNOWDRIFT 3 Lb. 49c
-------- Can


iL CA ISUP 2 14 ,0Bal... 29c

v ..q ..... STOKELY'S

Peaches a 27c Beans 10 .:. $100


.. '; 9 Cans $100 1 FAB 4 a: $100
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a r. t't< p r14' 'j'r :: Coca Cola IC L 29c OLEO 5c

Dixie f farmers set their.clocksby .the Standard Man!

1 Southern farmers trout Standard Oil's deliveri n its ach'aa the dependable. quality cWS ... .

u of Ua farm fuel They count on their StandardlM Man and the postman to jet through s"''ilIWI.1J

: ,. olllfhl'dule, rt"gardlt or 7VUtber. They also count: on Sundard's IItWJiIW'I! f ,_
". x to enable their tractors to take peak loads in fuff st/id*. Top performeni, ton, ". d

1 in your car or truck. Standard DiM Fuel-fa unfailing purity and / "

I' i11 complete combustion, full bird-working power.
Itigh ignitioli0lt f,! ousure .
ear ;' ,
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P. H. SPEARS, Agent, Quincy, Fla. j



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,if'xtTa' PLAID '1.J : SAUSAGE 2 e; 29 12 Oz. Bll. 35c
.1.1I 10 ,49 DRY MILK Pk arts' 63 Detergent
pith this coupon and purchase 01 i qQ : C
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t Garden. Relish 39c "I: EVAP.MILK ss: 77cJjvi 1 Lb.. 4 Ox. 00-
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Cleanser Tetley Faultless SpraySTARCH 2c Off Label Pink LotionTREND Clear LiquidTREND Personal SUe Bar
Mrs. Filbert's Corn 011MARGARINE

2 ; 33c 16 Only 27c 16 Oz. Can 49c 1 Lb. Cfn. 29c 22 Oz. Ell. 49c 22 Oz. Bll. 49c 4 Bars 29c

Detergent Gentle Detergent Premium Detergent Laundry Detergent Liquid Cleaner Liquid Detergent

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Vodka In hit milk or he wouldn't
, drink it.
Yet, cat ant wonderful mitten "
They Flew -
THE when you really get to know (hem i

FARM and In spite fleas of, their flOp and claw c B/ The Seat Of Their Pants J JM j i* IT

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Fallowing my report seven Question: I want to get bile
week ago about reiearch to find Lifetime feed conversion runt lea stock car racing but my wife tells -
a meant ot preventing crop dam- than I to L"American m* the heard this would Jeopardize -
ate caused by redwing blackbird!,I my lit* insurance,
1 received several highly critical Dairy Association, truer
letter* from bird lovert. Dairy Society International and Answer: Yet and No. At for
To Illustrate how the redwing Japan Milk Association are teamIng your present life iniuranre, It
hu become I pert In other place up to furnish fret milk and would make no difference. Once a
besides farmer fields it the lot cream to 0,500 athlete, coaches policy la Issued later changes In
following from a letter I receiv and lame official at the Olympic occupation do not affect It, un-
ed from a lady who lives In St. Came in Tokyo. less ipedflcally stated in the policy
Petersburg a rare dtuitJon. But such
"Will it be possible to extend a move on your part would affect r
your survey to this neighborhood life Insurance you may want to
where theM bird have been on Too Late buy In the future, while engaged
the Increase for the put three In stock car racing. Presumably Can you imagine a converted; barn at an air terminal 7 Or
? There art times when I you are young and are Just starting II ,.. + 6'sa
yean To Classify flights being cancelled for a week due to muddy runways? -. ,
vP r
track during
cannot empty my to build up your family life ts
to the Yet, Juat thirty vein ago this was only a imall cart of the
the day and when getting insurance Ai your Income Im-
garage it a major undertaking, to Bussed proves and at your family dependency I Inconvenience of air trlv-- : '
By lay Commercial t Travel Card it
air trave ian The All an
of being able to bang Increases, will be
aay nothing I have always had a weakness you ed in 1914 but It wane ( until example of the sane of modernair 4
In the
out laundry or to work adding to your Insurance. A* a I
for cat*. This statement will the 1920'i that airlines ran on atcheduled travel! The card provide
stock will b
yard. car racer you engaging .
bull onlY'the with all-around credit
-carrying aerviccabl
have bad to wear a probably bring shudder to those \ avocation you ------
"At tuner I a In a sport or US mail. Paiiengtri soon for your airline ticket,
large hat, carry a rake ilrung unfortunate human who happen which adds 50 percent to 100 percent but needed for hotel THISI I.... doubt
followed they plo renting a car, signing GEORGIA PEACHES no about their enUtuataam for Barry OoldwaUr a*
with pie tint to even go the teefeet / to b* allergic to them or because mortality hazard and life seer spirits and ttronir itom bill and charging meal and they welcome him In Atlanta.
to my garage. Yet, I have of tome quirk of nature, can'ttolerate Insurance companle charge an echo to endure the iiruckneni, tips The businessman can even
even had them follow me into the nasty beitta. i extra premium for Insurance the noise and vibrating planet charge Hcr.larlalaenletl and

the garage, I have found that you either like bought while engaging in this Th. eo-pllot was Jaok-cf.all* cableicramil! ----- -
What It mom, they rail their call or you don't. I like them, port The extra premium ranges trade who tried to make the --- -- -- -- -
effipring to be adolescent delinquent I from J5 to $7.SO per $1,000 of ruatomtr'i life more bearable
and the young soon become whether they ar* ot the domestic: Insurance moat rommonly. AI the H* collected tickett loaded
u belllcot at the parent variety or denizen ot th* Jungle 'younger aget, this CM mean from baggage, nail and paawngtri
I have had a cat or two around 30 to 80 extra chKk.
percent percent i seat belts, ventilationand J FEEDER CALF SALESPONSORED
for u long at I can remember and
depending on the policy
The lady mlttakenly! utumei premium, belting! pointed out landmark
the reward I mentioned It to bee have found them delightful companion plan, an* and company rate and ales found time to I
project ot the Florid Depart- *, However I never owneda Stock car racing I II one of several em in the rock pit. I
Agriculture. "Unot. It cat. Nobody ever did sports, now widely popular, that On a"normal" coant-lo.roaet
will the a projcrt tof tilt Wildlife A cat la tilt moat independent have produced heavy caiualttet flight )'ovloton a train in New BY
Service, U. S. Department of the crratur on earth. You can lead Other are snubs diving sky diving York City' at night, boarded a
Interior, which hit a new laboratory \ them to milk, provided they wantto mountain climbing, motorcycle plan. In Columbus, Ohio at
at Calmivllle. be end, but you can't make racing and steeple chaw Sawn and e1Ittlkrh : JACKSON COUNTY CATTLEMEN'S ASSN.
"I have them drink unless they damn riding, when you landed
letter contlnuet:
Her Audubon well have mad up their mind that that arming'
railed the local police, the tell- they want to drink, and I have OUT SHOOTS BANDIT Today,w.cm breathe i sigh
Society (they often cheerfully neit five ornx tern cats M cockeyed hungry their Torrence, Calif Two bandits of nllcf that these Ire thing 800 CALVES CONSIGNED
me lilt species Wild. rib* ached but they had to show met their itch when. they triedto .f the put. Air travel it ueonvtnlent
time a year) and even off that can break. Travel hat changed 10 that
their Independence by Handing you
life. No reiulta long enough to let you know they rob Burrlt a market matched A clerk of their Mn fait In New York and arrive on I you cm fly from on.city' to an* ONLY PREDOMINATE BEEF BRED
PLEASE give ut tome Snphla one
"Pleate, the Weak Coast in time for other faster than it takes to
dldn t have to It they didn't want
which I plttoli and stint the other banditIn
relief from the* birds to. lunch. drive to work from the suburbs, II
understand usually live In swamps the arm TV wounded bandit
but have made theircampaign Every cat I have encountered reaped but Mn Burrs held the CALVES WILL BE SOLD
headquarter In lids settled community. had a distinct penonallty. All other until police arrived.MA _
." of them maintain the Madison
movie attitude 1:00 P.M. Central Standard Time
At hurricane Dora began her of "Don't call me, 111 call Detroit A 2s.yeor-otd man TIME TO WE HAVE. .
destructive sweep across North YOII." had posed at doctor for 4 yetn Divo Paint
Florida, radio reporta of lit progm Tim after time I have picked. before he wn tripped up after he Plumbing Flxtnrei THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24
through Green Cove Spring up a cat with tit thought of carenlnc applied for an Iniuranc policy Complete Lin of ,
reminded me that lit of the It In my lap, only to have and no doctor' certificate could Bulldlnr Materlil
ttatet largest dairies li located It wlggl and squirm until It attained be found by the Insurance com .( Alcoa Aluminum Roofing
there. In tact It to probably one It* freedom then In Ut own I pany. Thomas Novak had utlitered Galvanized Roofing k SIdIngHousewares
rt the largest In tilt world, milk- good time jump In my lap and In several medical school It Gift WEST FLORIDA
Ing torn 1,800 to 4,000 cowl.Bcaui tubmlt to my attention u 11 but had gotten molt of his kn wedge Carey Asphalt Roofing
power failure are purred contentedly.] from observation In hotpitali. Gold Bond bheetrock
practically a certainty during a I Among famoni cat of my expertenc REMODEL and Gypsum Product
hurricane, yi, might wonder how was Ptlog Bofigi. He Sporting Goodi k Farm Supplies I LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET
hulking can proceed en schedule eta a forlorn itray that my Several spaces of fi.h at Mir BUILDBELL Plus Hundred of Other Item
without UM of milking machlneiSo daughter and I encountered on ineland of Florida are named aft
what does a big dairy doT an evening walk. Crouched b- er various musical Instrument I & BATES HARDWARE CO. MARIANNA. FLORIDA
For one thing, a buainet* that ode the road, he wit a picture the guitar flab, cornet flab, bass IS NORTH MADISON STREET QVINCT
big couldn't alford to be without ot deinalr.. Hit hair was matted, fiih and drum flih.
there were aandipun In nil ears, -- -- -- --- ------ ------ -- .
standby equipment to furnish -- -- -- --
power. When a power fallur occurs he had the mange and he looked
tor any reason, milking ma. more like a ghott than a cat
chine continue to oprrat when My daughter, like moat chll '
th standby power plant la turned drew became Intentely Intereated Today Is 65 Pontiac Day.
She wanted to know all about the
on.At meat our larger dairy kitty. "What la hit name'" six
farm, standby power la a muit iikrd For no reason at all I replied I 1965 The of the Quick WideTracksWhat
Without It a dairy with several "Pflrg BoRffi! "He It a : year,
hundred or more cow to milk at descendant of an old colonial family -
regular Interval could be put out but undoubtedly I bla(' h..p."
of business by a power failure.Hand You guessed It, w* took him
milking might ado the home and fed him, loved him and
problem for a small herd U turned him Into a more or leas re-
sufficient ildlled labor la available tpectabl cat. lie rewarded ut by r t, kl ,
But prngremlvt merhitnltaton ating our pet canary, but the Rr
hu gradually reduced the Joy and happiness he gave my
mount of hand labor required on daughter offset hit vllnei.
dairy farma, at It hat in many Then there was Alouiiut, the
other agricultural enterprlira office cat. H* marched Into our
The modern dairy farmer office one morning with the help,
strives to employ! the leant labor a big yellow torn and climbing n.reaen..
and th moat mechanized equipment Into the lower drawer of my sec
he can afford in a contlnuoua retary'i desk took possession of ;
effort to increate operating efficiency. the eitabllahment. When I reached
the office my secretary Mid,
"Look what I got," and pointed
Texas cattlemen, attending' a to the ileeplng feline In her desk
beef cattle abort conn rvrenlly drawer
were Jolted by th. suggestion of Alnuliut became a fixture. The
a Scotch animal scientist that office help led him, mad a full
dual purpoM cattle production over him and he ran the office
may be In the offing for the U. S like a tyrant. On of tilt girl\
"We ran no longer afford to hated call H* termed to know It w
rail ilncle-purpo rattle, either to he would park hlmaelf on a w
dairy or beef," according to T. R I table nearby and glare at her w

Freeton'a the dual-mirpoM report program on the spread throughout of. Waning him. On it she evening made a, move Juat toward before do we mean by "quick"? Just this: A ntw-ad-ovcr Pontiac Pontiac offering new Turbo Hydra-Katie

the United Kingdom. riming tune a visitor cam by -the silkiest swiftest-shifting automatic transmission you ever touched a toe to; eager new Trophy ,-.
Aa quoted by Farm Journal. with a bottle of Vodka and In- ,
Preston told hit audience"Thli allied I have a alug. Then he power; new steering agility; a sorer-footed Wide-Track ride. And a new Pontiac Tempest that's become even
butInrii half In the cafe milk
barley-beef U a profltabU put a Jigger
that yield a 20 per rent return Aloultu sampled It, then backed more of a Pontiac with new style, new length and Pontlao-<|nlck reflexes to mate!&. You new knew ears
on tnveited capital. It'i baaed off. but he was hungry m he returned
on an all-ancentrats ration to and drank It all. Emitting> could be so beautiful, and so keenly alert to your touch. This Is your par to drive a WldeTrack-<|utekl I Iy.i

)'....Ian (Holitrln buU calvei, a sigh of contentment h* mad hit
"They gain 24' to J pounds a way out the back door and fell,
day, reach slaughter' weight ot blotto, In the irau After that
toO pnund In less than a year I ho had to have a few drop ofK



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How den the success car outdo itself for 1965 BeautIfully lust( 1ut1fuIJy. Rut this Pond8o Acen M
65 Pontiac Pontiac intention Of patting, by on look alone. though It could. So there's new qoickrs. Pontiac *D*.. A

flew wmhleiwM. New fu.l Mvmgs. A II'ROCIttNSy NW nd*. Dnv 68 Pontiac and see how ....

auccM l INds to another.CK .

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after a swim, beer is a naturalOn _, ,


hot mmmrr day,a dip b a cool imam can be wonderfully
r reahJnr. Equally refnahng when 100',* reining afterwards T.Trtpsat a even II1Of'e of a Pontiac now. and what more could a car be then than The 85 TnpMl
with friend ii a hearty gfa of bexr.'I bersle hardly another! brr- Pontiac Tempest looks bk. a Pontiac M you can .... *.d* kite a Pontiac on Wide-Track. COM l.k. a Pont\<<. too I

trip around that lUlU whit you do for fun ai much at beer. 140-hp wx M standard O you can gt a quick V-8L up to 285 hp.YouH wonder how we can heap tot

Campinf,hiking,or jun bunging on a lawn chir-bcr brings to p ? pcica M low on to much car.
tech th*tight touch of swore good livinf.Your p
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famQlar .1 U. of beer b also a pleasurable reminder that e'1 l d m wi *n IOIIIItWU pas c w.

w. Uv. la Ind of personal freedom-and true our right to enjoy ) k .

beet and il*. if WI M desire, ii just one,but in important one,of COMPANY' i

thoM pcnonal fRtdomi.la FRYER-SMITH MOTOR

Florida bm toes with fun with relautkwCMTtPSTATOtUWUS

'. t.tall its fracas rear.wuaaav QUINCY.



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fro few of our dtizmi are d.>
volrd to the lei,* o( prrlonnlncpuhllr
Gvis irrvtcr, In nonfowrninmt -
DURING .iy no (I to help rthfn.Pno .
many lit ui art atmrtwd to
Ih* notion that whatever U .mnc
"1th the A F high. Mm ol "prrfrrtlon' only Itt
PM torn bill through Cmi-
\ w. (mil. Th. nirmit pinh twhmd
Ito Anti Poverty IcjiiUtion .igg -
roo'R 19 Ib.REG ..li th.t many 4 mir leaden,
unrtoiiNntly motlv*( d hy high
and ilncfrt purpn i>, wmild hala
lhs gnvrnunmt do certain thing
That w u Individual aught InAing
DOV ht Ar. w. going to bPo
I =, year by r't
.. but
QUANTITY !RIGHTS RESERVED t' it raridM (rum rrtdl tn invrTTTiftr
REG. 41e EA. Betty Crocker Ltm, Vtl, White, Yellow, Devils Food PRICES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 26THOlwr..It.OIt. NW been, and ir. to.illy .

too ,01I- -.".-.....IwL frt 'AM pnliHrlanii trt Utopia,1110IOIl.If only ir "Chngmn Ind-

Cake Mix 3-:. 1. will pravldt the aulhortty to
,trm.dy..dlut) tdmlnl.'lrr. plan
EXTRA li LOIN or hand out mmt intldnl

SLICEDPORK It I. ii If the nation knew nothing
STAMPS annul anything ever having
Sweet Peas 2 25 III'Pn done through Individual orilval.

Cans .. .. W.D Broad Breasted If.nothing IIMIln., U for Mng inyttw.donr' It tn I.II I.

(" rcncn. povfrty. by p*ipl. In),
REGULAR 99* DEEP SOUTH WITH COUPON proving thrlr aktlli and m.rk.tng i*
116 BELOW CHOPS69c the 11Im.. All tht vduraHnnilpoifnun
& PURCHASE for yiHin and old, ar.ixmpllihlnt .
Peanut Butter nothing. No
't" 79 young

OF A 4-LI. Lb.EXTRA. TVRKEYSPROZtN Hi nun"own ever.fto adv t and ndn
Nobody caring about anybody
.Iw. tllh't'pt Ih* 1'M'ft\IIIftI1.
Word of all txmrt the wldraprvad
: SWI S .lira till only the trdtnl gw"ntm .
J LB nl corn about rewarding the
:F RSZtN IOOD PIe1ll11110 I itrrMwd and drpvndml.

u.s. D.a That U why It I* .. r.shing'
to hair of ocrailonal ..mplfi. ofloril
.. All SIZES. 'TO 22 US *-lon that *r. InItI.,....
ASTOR FLORIDA CONCENTRATE CANNED ... t1' "A"t wltbnut anent of the U. S. Ongma -
Ih* White lit.,.. or any
-- ( GRADE Waihlngtim bu....... Ymrth unrnnplovnwnt -
Juice 5-99' en* of the aggnvatlng
Or'ge ; rartnr In tadiy't *rnnninla MrMr >
*, Ii a p.SM.rn Mltwiukr"
II .M I. Wi etcher cnrnrmnltlM.
MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT tim MOM ynunf Vfb b tw..n II and It wr coding
|oU 'this """""' With the M.
Fruit Pies Family 1. ..ral gnvrnmnt' .mtHn( to apmlUI
Size million IB find nr _k. )nh*
Swift Premium BEEF SALE for Ih* Mttnn'i ynuth. bmiM MIL
Can Ham
r* I Haddock 2 l3. 99APPLES Not at all. Cmmim M an i'
I PKG. ? Id.. and M a ruK the ymr(
WD BRAND CHUCKRoast pimple' of the etly ar*fbvtnt work
$ 98 W Umlv through a prtvat.
non prmA1 clMrtnc hnu** _IIHYouthpowvr i
4 Inc. In II* tint ate
LI. 48; _k. of np.riHon .!nIt 710
CAN young pwanni tram II In II yr
nf Ig* w.r* plapfd In Joh. Malt
wen plarvd In tamponry Join.crpt .
PERFEC? fOR rHOSE : : t ;
Th* // llvM II
I SCHOOL LUNCH IOXSANOWICHES ran ranrvntral'* thli tall on finding
prmMnt .r.n>l < ; hai had ..... ,xp. Ma punmr -
i IIIleMNInc*ad V* amuttngnd
noMng Hs rlhMH.youthpoww .
W-D BRAND BEEF SHORTRibs tt..fr It ...,... by
)01"1 udttwws 'A* lilt.
view the young appdtmnla and
Red Jonathan 2 691 lah* pall from BiialneaameD andhnuwhnldtn
lb. 391100 waning kelp Alan,
SUNNYLAND FRESH PORKSausage h* iuff omnlmla mrveya by
p/wJne ami admtWng by mall It
l 391 Blow GROUND determine whether want to avail*
iMe III emphtKi" I. not ti tak.ng
juts Iron other but an rr**>
REG. 39, PALMETTO fARMS CRANIERRY Ito. ng new one. Many mill, ft
Beef S195REGULARLY noun*, ar* for lower Jut*
Salad 29 urh ai y.ob ark .J'c( :.
< Pk9. help nut I number of ,youth*
LB. Oil plied quickly a* gsa atatlonillendanla
5 49 ; IREAKSTON! COTTAGE (I-U ,.. : truck Irlvera, ahtpolng1erk .
BAG t4SI \ .. ate Some *hon) dmpnuta
Cheese 2 *.r* found Ialsvtdw tuba.Th .. AMto5

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PERCMLUST .j .t Id** Inr Vouthpower ram
Iron Elmer U Winter according'
M an .11I<-1e In the warJIwool Mraet.
Fillets 39
THE SIZE fOR :1 r ...w.I..a.- wraHi"' .lelli the who)*
S Nary, Mr. Winter to enf.utniII
'f I ( employment rmnuliint: ami

I pertiiui" who head Manpower,
nc mrnpany aupplylng tern*
porary kuatneM: and Individualhelp.
AstorLARD Mr. Winter I firm gav
Yellow Solids otniv Ipar to a* aitJnirHng buildIng a a1. -
and donated aVaka and a/tkw
U. S. NO. i WHITE NO. S JUG upplle.* a* will al advtr and
muniel an procedure*. "1 dertd.ed .
MARGARINE 1.LI, II ihauMn lit .ten completely
CAN 591 up to Ih* government !.Mv th*
POTATOES po iMmt," Mr. Winter to fUedMylng
u .
( TM M cnmrnendaM it pobllnlervlrf
ait iwarmeal nf need
(REGULARLY 770 and: determination to hai9p..r
/ ihnui
pte d0 rig MmetMng M.
Lo.IO' Actually ...* e.pernmr. .* ar*
Chase Sanborn repeated vr and ***r through.
45c nut Ih* land. Ther In never ton
10 ik 29c many pubUai. kere*., of mtrae, but
fhetr name ar* 1ttI"'" Th pIM
1 LI. II that when pose 8I'IkIftI
.............. CAN rwh lint "5i.,.... by ..w.rno-w.W..
th* way I II often amnd. When gnv.ernment
; Inns. 50.?. wher II Ih*
r mlnirtv and wfn to the hart JilM
EXTRA EXTRA hi ..... III pmob YnenrI 1\1..1'.
1 .t'Jl GREEN STAMPS i% GREEN I it GREEN STAMPSEXTRA whr.i |nt.l totr**>. can art
wr, ...N.IM... r STAMPS r\r.. ... (REGULARLY,) s I .nd .... agenrtei Inns alreadyaisled
.... ., ...... .
h. Pwn.51N 0105.I > T MAt.K..o. 0.. .HI lh proMent, the MeralWVflUllafftt
'XI pOw TfL.a: PlMU k* s ISO. BaW..fWlill Mai Wl
Wattles 2/78' Luncheon Meat Black .....
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nnuirvd flurt H center!
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.M.wJ.. T ttrnMl J a. TIW.SI.I.w im --- Sill 101 ftO.* to hip youth Ond Jnb*.

.._-- ...w MJEXTRA ,nI REGULAR 2/25 STANDARDTomatoes
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I 1 a *'... of M to 2$. ft* ......
EXTRA 1 I I EXTRA -10' .m wited tel approval of a Milnmhlnlfig
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t rr.a M_."_ 010.4. ...,. 0-I5... roe rvrity caab benefit and lent
F f HI.'W" CA4.e. C.ACar*' .o0/.N N HELLMANN'SMayonnaise toil to Ih*
c.kCO-TI.9': REGULAR 63< II bark\ to an unrertaw
Ham '2" Family Cremes.N w...... It .**. ........,. M tars
I _tens _.S's _TS..nI.IM -- 505L "nit0rr.. thU tt emerfeduly

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1T( GREEN STAMPS. { tt. GREEN.. STAMPS. e% GREEN. STAMPS. REGULAR M BLUE OR WHITE J..RROWDetergent sot th* amluary draft hout4 lie
w r MLl r.r. --+ .rr. wr. rry.I. dad "u aim 0511.," and
p.... M.I.M.. I .,. -. ...MMM000i5 Irt 1st H wglad Up Senator HarryoMwatcr
.50110 PUSS 4Sandwiches w LM. 50 4.T (. In* lUpuMlran Pm(.
99' Ground Reef_ Cindy 48 ....,il aonlne*. agreMl Th
ISIS Ylls-ISISw..w..M. 05.5 Try N .I.r IOl(
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repnunng BMnpuwar lor th* armed -

To Ml/If t i sAlts Mule" .OmwtUte.CAM..... MOMCttnTh fcaa to directed P...* tile Its
The Smart Place
Go. For Good ThinqsTo Eat WA\ Hobny flaber tovMllnrhin and In-

.. \ v..a...* .* altegj, $1'.000 pm
oral payoff bv Irvmer Ambavw4nr
Matthew MOakey A fewkMtm
...-ed by the Dem*
artiUadenhtfi au adopted by
UI *... after RrpuhUcwi* "bad
315 West Jefferson Street tried and JaW to bar ft* beMgatton ..

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highlight activity for September she passed through our section. net members during the week.I
September Is which features demonstrations of Our Civil Defense Officials, Red State 4-H Council President, Ed.I \mlTtR?
/ various troop activities planned FARM NEWS Cross and others are to be com die Taylor, of Green Cove Springs
for October 1964 through August mended on the way they handledthe and Mary Hodden, vhce-president, '1b T G
ActionPackedMonth 1965. TOPICS entire situation. Fort "eade, will present tile report
High school age boys who are CORN PRODUCTION CONTEST fEPiT02

for Scouts members of Explorer posts are FOR 4.8 AND WAi Throughout the state, county -
holding many types of special activities By Bernard Clark Yield are being given their 4-N Councils will give a similar -
1, with an emphasis on Inviting final l check this week by a representative report to county officials.
non-Explorers U take partIn WHITE FRINGE of the Gadftden County September 20 198
The ti parked
Scouting counties
program Many are planning exhibits -
of the Farm Bureau. Yields the
their meetings As part BEETLES QIJARA.'VTINEIlIay over
Cub Dear Hutch
with action In September HI featuring 4-H projects and
Seoul "Come to the Fair" and Frontier Round of the Suwannee grass sod and similar county have been very erratic this activities Special recognition will For weeks I've been reading
Boy Scouts plan a "Show-'em River Area Council members of nroducui cannot be moved from year xcellent running from very poor of to he given Florida's more than 10;. your "Bits, Chewed to Pieces."
staff Location and time
I How NI !W" the council commissioner Gadsden County Into non-Infested 000 4H leaders 1 think I've enjoyed all of mem
I The 107 Cub Scout packs, Boy are holding the annual roll call \1'1'''. This Is due to a Federal planting had a lot to do with For the first time, National a'.a..i Especially the ones in regan1'*
Scout I troops, and Explorer posts and uniform Inspection. Explorersare Stale Quarantine which now in yields this year u well as fertllition Club Week comes in the fall, with RMm to the colored people and *i'
: varieties Winners
from i
in the Suwannee River Area also hearing a report :!udcs this county. Areas west will be etc. the beginning of school, and emphasis +. Southerners
of America, are the Second National Explorer, to Pen arola are already Infested announced at the Annual will be "
ell, Boy Scouts Farm Bureau October 1. placed on reaching First, I've learned over thr)11I111'I
the Meeting
held at ,
&nuts to visit Delegate Conference, If there Is a Question concerning ,
also Inviting non- GAIN.IN new that, you cannot help <
their meetings. Sydney R Andrews University of Kansas last month his, please contact our office. We Steers to be entered In the Gain-I will celebrate the Filth anniversary yrY man, black or white, who won't
the Scout council commlstinner which developed a national program nay be able to save you a consid of the Cooperative Extension help himself. Helping one who
announced. of action, "Youth Measures viable lount of trouble. don In-Welght with the Contest Fat Stock held In Show connec and Service, of which the 4-H won't help himself Is like pouring
During September small groupsof DORA DAMAGE: youth program Is a significantpart and down the
Sale should be your money
Cub weighed during
registered! Boy Scouts, how
Cub Scouts meet weekly In We can't fully appreciate with birthday parties. In drain.
their dens to prepare their exhibits i !Scouts and Explorers of Suwannee lucky we were during the recent and September 15 to November 15, 1014 when the Smith-Lever Act 1-1 When I tell some of my Yankee
a of the ticket
been copy weight
games, and sideshows for River Area Council 1 have extended hurricane unless we visited areas authorized\ the Extension Service, friends what I have been paying
sent to this office. club
fair. At the monthly an Invitation by Florida around Uve Oak, Mayo, Perry Many the federal legislation
their pack's members same provided to> a Gadsden County colored man,
are purchasing steers,I
all of dens State University to attend their etc We attended our Annual Conference for 4-H Cub work. For
pack meeting the come : for a good part of last year' and
the and starting them on feed at this
with New Mexico State,
In the fair game last week in Gainesville, this 4-H also celebrates
together to participate reason, a e some of this year, and letting him
time for the show S-8.
next April
evening of October 3rd. and believe It not, liked not }
midway. The Cub Scouts also or Golden Anniversary. keep: his own time, they all but
Florida A & M University has been able \to through
take part In contest like tug-of- to have get esr call liar.
ex extended, an Invitation to Division, The best road had several miles 4.H Week IsDesignated me a
war, stilt race, top-spinning Lunchroom He has done me a good Job and
hlhlllon, corn-shelling contest, and ,Troops, Parks and Explorer units under water, but still was traveled. I believe he has saved me money
to attend their game with Lincoln Most roads were closed
catch the calf'l tall. Recognition
For a In his hard work and buying
awards, and ceremonies top off on the afternoon of October 3rd. Homes, motels, etc. were underwater MenusThursday r of material. His name Is Kenneth
the pack's lair Full details have been sent to everywhere. One lady Just -.. Arnold and he lives in his own
Boy Scout troopi'meet weekly all unit leaders concerned. ahead of us hit the water too fast Sept. 26 to Oct. 3 Sept. 24- HEY, WHERE'S home that he built himself on the
CABOOSET used to be
during September to review Tenderfoot and really ended up In deep water. Barbecued Ground Beet at the that the vehlclt road.
of old Balnbrldge
requirements, have Scout What people think Is not always Fish swam across the road, and About 47,000 4-H Club membersIn Steamed Rice Gravy Three units of Diesel a train was tha engine, but not any more. Most of my Yankee friends
advancement Instruction, and prepare what they say. snakes were everywhere. : Florida will observe National4H Mixed Vegetables 108-car LoulRVilla power art found lot the middle of a mink that if a man Is black he Is
program activities for the Let us be very thankful that dub Week, September 26 to Vegetable Salad Winchester NashvlIU Railroad freight train near nod good you and I
'Show-'em How Night." Prospective Sucker ball: The offer of something Dora slowed down her winds, and, October 3. W. W. Brown, State Apple Sauce Cake Ky. Rear, unit (arrow. ..) Is equipped with a new know better
Invited to this for nothing. held to a minimal the rainfall as Bread electronic control I tem *"- i .- ->" "' ai''
!Scouts are II I II 4-H dub Leader said the head- t1c.lJywhen In another six weeks, or so T
I heart*hands *health youth are Friday, September 25School's expect to be living in the houaa

HOMEMAKERS SttoaL! 2 SETS for the PRICE YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY for ONE! urban among, suburban 2V4 million, and members rural areas In Mondav September Choice 28- have that this built man for me.and my son Tom

throughout the United States and Vienna Sausage THAT Then I'm going to hold you to
Puerto Rico. The 1M4 theme Is Potato Salad CARPET that fishing trip that we have
22-K GOLD Decorated DINNERWARE M' Peas and Carrots
,, 4-H Learning for Living. Pear Salad talked about I haven been
I Dr. M. 0. WatMns, Director of fishing since I left Gadsden County
i COMPLETE SERVICE for 8 the Agricultural Extension Service Rolls 29- In the Spring of 1949.
Tuesday, September
said, "4-H Club Week is a
Creamed Chicken on Toast Your old friend,
time when all Floridians take
can Oven Browned Potatoes T. R. (Tom) Payne
stock of the value of our youthprograms

: WATERLESS to the state and the Jello Green Cubes Beans, Pineapple Tidbits There are not enough! )people
need which 4-H fills In meeting the about
Bread who can disagree and
problems of our young people.
Sept. 30- it.
The Florida Agricultural Extension
COOKWARE 2 Service Is Country Fried Steak
proud of Its recordof Rice Gravy The best counsellor Is the man
80 work with Florida
/ 40 a Lettuce and Tomato Salad a who gives you no advice.
The thousands of
4 /t
BC11T1 SETS ONLY i Apricot Cobbler
> boys and girls who have benefited do know
Rolls How many people you
from this program throughout the Thursday, October 1- who give more than they receive.
'k years are a living testimony to
19lM! the value of 4-H. It has equipped Fried Chicken
Creamed Potatoes
: >
-L : our that citizens.has young helped I people them with become training useful Tomato Buttered Wedges Broccoli PECANS BOUGHTAny

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Variety Any Amount
"4-H has helped them acquire Rolls
agricultural and homemaking 2-
Friday, October
skills. As we look to the future School's Choice CASH PAIDPEARCE'S
w. must analyze carefully the
t. ,., ,,, needs and problems which the You can usually measure one'sbrain
present and future generations by the mouth, Inversely NURSERY
will be facing. All of us have an 1_ t
M. Ve Tree Surgery and Remand
obligation to concern ourselves
Young things who race automobiles
I with building programs, Including usually do not pay the re' Landscaping
4-H, which will meet these needs.." pair bills.

The State 4-H Council will give I Landscape Plants
a "Report to the State," to Governor In most discussions, those who rr NVeea- I
[ Bryant and the State Cab talk most can be eliminated.
'e y

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DOWN ; in truth 11 'II"v II ,> 1< .. r "\ !I.., Ixi 11 (lrm-0'
: Pleat in i skirt By Dorothy 8. Altxkndtr. The toils'' she in mlixl 's.,.' tit l I I k .1 i Idly frailHMi "t I I UK i tai' ... i""in .r,'",rwl ,'I In?, n ''h,
a 3 Harvest Publications mhattky. h\I''>''-' west ,1IId,,' ilini.BMiWttt .II." slits until Ilk \Ita/kt. i ii IIi' ''' 1 I 'Air r',,nat Kler' AFt
4 Plural MiUur Florida DITUIOB Specialist ol nl 'In. I'wu i o( \px| ',il, alM teller ('!HKT n.tli, 'iil '1'11I Ms, ,
1 4Y 6.5. UIIMatJC titt et.) Child Training School Fourth Oil. ml. :Vw. Dili' 'amifornwty far from hikii kiu, .im.l'themnHieii i t''II' I his tntn Ft''IIIt'o' o pi,'Miiilv I i.tthlcnt
Opp yn i '"r, 27 >< .ir* a juv had tthpinxl lit"t i 111.'.ilivet i in the' "''' ,im 'atinnlixinmiii
a 7. Worms main it I read tomrwhcrt. lately that il mill-court ,.HJ.I' i Hi .'.loMtl the how thl'"nl I ,1.,1 'I"I I4hnlutei ,, : "'II' 0, it t thr \
Resting plans
22 tjV 9. Front end of .altos you want to write a 'piipulnr book 1rtaGot, sir *"':Hi 1111 addrNa11U of lu;""v'xt\ j,,ivi 1 .t' q ; \\'IIIIIIIIII C""I\lI\oI. \ "(', I I0 KI .
I 1 u Little dIot-or", women lust wnli. altos you know thepeople We i'i.I IVHe Phil hire and a sir >hit 'urn,,, '""5 ;-- I\'hl1l,1 I iiii'" (I'. it,
I !Ski are thinking Ifxm want I did 'I t quote nn faxorlli bad taste !had n'pi in in "IMV.inanner ,,r. \]?r., II ''n', 5'natn' N ?""|: \i'1'( II.tll1' 111111'' "irol" I ?f 'iHi
1-1 L'.qulallettera 10 make a wril-tcceplcd m .rh. quotation ,,' n ..lo*ph K Hart !< and ai w> tat tittni' "k' Mil"l III still ,I II it ", III I ,'i'' ,11,1,1', ,I v "" 1''" ,.1!.1I I II
I It h Want JIll ay what people an thWurmfhere that the i, uxralH' problem In and he emphamwl! ,li.v II \ ".ho<,I 1111' t'. ii \(i.i, .Iil1 I ,: Ii ,II I,,' 'vilimi s.is's.si, ,, i. f 'f.."
3 31 r Famous W tern salesman I* plenty n f truth in thin eikMtalKli ni4 primarily a prwv llmiallim rotiinmnittox Wild net the J C P, mi l."I..v.. IV a11l1' ,m i 1.\1., I atyHuniV
dungarees but it Is doubtful if we should fern of tri"I me chlMren: it h the er Improvf apprfriahlv In i IRII 'leading if tail. i "'f lurk.invhoolwiai high 5 h.\I
I 18 Contest where American progress greatly if exerjune wrote' pyoW.mIAKTNl2 A COM.JUNITY It I tn the vormuiilar of the ..I..M.aI tins is ,111 'net-rate .
athletes wear clothes made or tpoke gust this way. ;.nfhii* i-MMrrn cannr Of fWirmhe dnt ted. he Indiiat .'I Of, 10.000.000 '11\('<' IWO' -- --- -'- --

Burlington Mill In Die light of having III Mrly < HKLI: rnnvinaup to he il mxt J that "1\ lien the brat la setae,
3. lb 39 l in Mi ;mtcs in merry England read this it wits amusing In nn' < .Mt>, its'ol'IRYVIi' l' dlirlpllnfd to too fond, nays' al I .. }tti gt, ni( tholth* to realize thai two ..111M' uptakinwho fretonm ""\,'rent of tin1' KoodthHHl quell cc(sit ihaife( had tHuvh" Floor Covering
1 !, t lost tl.I ploamxl m. mml .it the rextii { ol "'( tint ogre la than hate littl "l'lk'MIIIII"I'| | \ non t to
.4.I I K M,.nd,ki'ilunnvfac of d"1 I g story* Pilot Conhnmv on JmHcial in IM ,k, of l Hie AIIAnd ,know better Including Formica

.8. W hue, well.groomedatew'ardesses Concern lor Oiilrtrvn: in TrouMe goiNK 01 ,V vlmj cillUKX piM It sins a ttmttKhlfiil gossip II l I.. Y
Inlaid linoleum rabbis
tie at the Florida deNied. for Ihiy ill dun tin if(" i. iHHhuiK but a went" (home u< t ikr '''k'l. KI Ih, i in is> TI iTlnrL
31 World War II mm Mariannii held forth nn the ml cohlintun'ti(( ilo m JudutBNmHti 11\'I, anti tints hni not i"'"'I tortCounter
is 81 L yp 5 S2 34. Pacific islands pro which I haw Mn pinphasiting' ,M' n n quote 'thin but' Him (lu take a l huh, ai IIR'II ,"" v
I 35 Alter garment It was I h I lev1" mtuduss. Top
} <' 39. To attach Dr. Edward Lee fit mining, Miintanl -, liar* 11. KHUN'red some of the --- -- I
St StSi 41 Conduct director and rim I iwyohnlORUI !. hut bn us In hi- Sou*, with a'' I'. .N. AITKIM TttlrlN:
41 PareIabbr, ) of the Florida Bourd of nprtitkiii tit the het Mm other! II ties n-HMlnl that tin' 1 I' 1I11'd, I Work
;0 61 ii. W min\ < short haircut Mental Health slake| nn ''Doe' Ma**. I.'n, attest a wurnan1 :11.'N (haM lll\l>ll (stilt \'n I III(( ,'" .
4g H'iliu.d4'I Pihi>ln<'tcal Kviilimliim and I'n-, who en.' I hit get up More ItuilfttKtInKii I li-acVm to pill III ir ltd, n n.'"
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U ,'..' \" I.' ,"I" 'II'I'ar one Mini that pnv(''huliiuii'H| testing ui' S pool 'tlv.i h Many of them had with the link il pii""' uuttg ti.
ACROSS f... ,111 ?n god 'xlmrtcned l Imli'mil*., and (that( "" 11I\'Iirit't1 i it t viate <" \'<'nticm witha snn-Omnimnhl 1\1\1'i Inl' it Expert Installation
It) Pound ..' .1 "tJ' Fat a mono) ivinr to
1 Man.midi Iii" r j. flu ones who wear the lti I 5's n.asabutti boom front it noine ol What a tlaniv'at: | m mo tIU:31: flrUtR In Wa lilntElim sits tlmt tin school a..irdr,>b* ,'hn.' e ,1.ll-kM
1 who IWH hstnvd' really attends Ml of them -rt.M In Mii.ni M>
loluidtowiaraliewit fanciest clothes th : Ii ,es4VSIVFRQ ,IMIIIII { r (uvemment of skit to in laid" .ddr'I add taX
out It 33 Hooded winter coat ; I liviimHl" to Inn child iner the, lake i" lui dly and aiU ik.tiii fur hiM nnt span the fl jlil allllll'.1 l lHi. >rty jaikil in lurnwninu.hue :. SHElWeilTCr'
10 Held, ,pumf: silk 36. America uncle -III : t'1ll3 tillH v MHIN known ax a "...ulI. Ami tllat.1bl* u tlM.nis.iimi Hi.nf .' ('t.ntittlktt Viet CmiK KiinllllNI 'vlut fulirit this mil '
11 t Japanese kImono ash 37, 111 will 'Hun lie gave a good part of hi*, wHIt J oIh, '. .h"I'I'II, dials "Ir I "taki It' itunlw,.U unislt
12 Diut"I'dl' cut jcrossa 38 Gives and price of f xlqlsr.atio.M.l.JlII1a11iJfti'! (silk lo the imporlamr" nay thtMhwilute '1 I\tott'h\ tit and niinv ollms + inklinc.. ret.iiu Itashtpe well ,....,' ; .a1t.fN1
woven fabric garment : Iwrr'natty of this kind of qui' test"' 'ill in thru flehft Itutm Very few partuiwnN| In rust I Iait QU.ty 1\011Oo\
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20 Opposite "( dust, n 45 Whit \ouic t '(0055503' D I:] v )I 1 V d" l11 1111vr.ga1
21 Depend on (osmotic comp| ,n\ I In' ; "I A 1i
22 Bugle Song ( military) 47 Republic inland 1 (;& V N l v Nail !' 1 II !
24 Goecniiboil the table that shson 51 50. Lacelikefibucuilha Lined Dress (.ibl>i ) sr now bnttiliful shapes for -65

25 Buys Beaumt garment uniform mc')li r. [II III ll v 0 7i d..
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27 Lovely Patterned Robes 55 Adorn I 10111' 01111111I. /
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I CORE, the Student Non-Violent Fresh Peach Pie
Coordinating Committee, th. Urban Angel
Bits And League, SNICK and the multitude
of other organizations that
Infest this land Heavenly Scented Treat
PiecesBY We can't find them.
And who did the colored peopleof
HUTCH Suwannee County turn toT As ly ALICE DENHOrF

in all times past, they turned to A SURE-FIRH war to put FBZSII AFFIX AND PEAR
their fellow citizens, both black the family in high happy, good CiarFONPIQ

My friend Brig Gen. Louis land white. humor la to place on the tablea 2 largo tart cooking applai
Widsworth, owner and publisher And we aided each other. fresh fruit pie still warm 2 large ting ripe pear
been for
Had it not
of the Live Oak Democrat ran front the oven. % c. water
Red Cross
an editorial in hit paper last week assistance from the ) With all the wonderful fresh H o. agar TODAY
and Salvation Army, the peopleof
that I wish every thinking colored Uve Oak would have shared fruits available at this time of K tap exit

man and woman In Gadsden what little( was left year you have an unlimited 2 large erA epenia
County could read I know that There was no racial strife and' choice of flavorsome frulU. % Co milk
all of them do not read the Time unrest here this week. Just folks How much, thickener to UM 'A t p. ground mace
I have
and will not below read but It I Invite ai those who have for years lived and may be a problem without a % tsp crated lemon peel
It ,
to his fellowman worked In harmony determinedto peclflo recipe. Quick.cooking 1 envelope tmfiavored
do to on
that for what pan It may be worth: let their faith in God, sym tapioca, I* an Ideal ingredientfor gelatin
Where were they? pathy and understanding guide this purpose and approximately 'A c. cold: water, additional
their efforts to bring peace, safety 3 to 1% tablespoon are 3 tbsp. sugar, additional
As every person In Suwannee and normalcy) to t battered
County knows, this community and flooded community. needed to thicken juicy fruits 18 to 20 gingersnapsWhipped
victim of unwarranted for a, t-lnch pie. I cream optional
has been the But CORE and the NAACP have
unthinking and unfeeling ten- aided neither They are not to I'KESII PEACH ANGEL 1119 Peel and core fruit Place In
" lion between the races during recent be found. Their leaders are doing 1 envelope unflavored saucepan with ft e. water.
months I nothing. They do not seeminglyfind gelatin Cook covered: until soft and

We have seen agitators/ come It to their liking to help out K c. cold water I mushy. Put through sieve,
Into our community to Insult and their colored brethren when a 1 o, crushed fresh peaches measure 1% cup and set aside.
Inflame Several unfortunate Instances disaster like this strikes. They 2 tap. lemon juice Combine A c sugar, salt, egg PONTIAC
have seen violence averted would rather spend (their time H yolk and milk Cook stirring
only by cool heads on the partof ranting and raving, rioting and sugar conxtantly, over hot water until
2 large yolk
the law official\ and the good looting agitating and causing mixture coat a metal
of Live Oak 1 large whole egg spoon.
people of both races strife and turmoil.They'll Blend in sieved apple and
from the papers we read this % tap. salt
Dally be back On you
pears, mace and lemon
cf the agitators pouring Into our 'i o. sugar, additional
where [can betWe Soften gelatin iq cold water
strife milk
% G
would hope that when they and stir into custard and fruit.
and totally 1 vanilla extract
there Is none. Ignorant tsp. pure
this community
do, the colored people: Beat egg white until they
Imbeclllc trained agitators prey I a simple 1 c. heavy cream, whipped
upon the colored people and seek will Meringue Pie Shell (reclpe stand in soft peak, into which
to threaten officials and the peo- question. When You follows) or 9-inch gradually beat In sugar. Fold
pit "Where Were" baked pastry shell Into mixture. Turn into 8-Ia.
In i land of law, we have a Were Needed Whipped cream-for pie plate lined with gtngersnapa AND

group that believes that law It Monday night meeting ol garnish Chill 3 to 4 hour, overnight
nnlv for one ilde. The laws they the Fund there were exactly Sliced fresh peach* for or until finn. Top with whipped
agora with must be abided by all tinted le present Sixteen of garnish cream If desired.
of the people, but those they disagree of the board Make 8 serving
members Soften
with, on whatever pretext, these were gelatin In cold water; ;
are to be violated with riots, violence of directors. let aside. BANANA REFRIGERATOR
other means. There had been announcementsof Combine 1 C. fresh peaches, rIm
or any
And they do this because the the meeting on the radio of ,the a lemon juice, % e. sugar; set 2 tsp, untlavored gelatin
colored people are supposedly per- story on the front page advertisement aside. 2',. tbsp. cold water
aerated In the South. And so In Times and a full also page Some 200 Beat egg yolks and whole egg '.4 c. sugar

Live Oak we have had our problems letters In had the paper been sent out urging together slightly. Mix with nit, U c. cold water additional

with characters similar where to the public to attend.I H c, sugar and milk In top partof 1 tbsp. lemon juice
hone of Greenwich Village, realize\ that It Is human to double boiler Cook stirring U tsp salt
would be cursing
otherwise they free enterprise, religion dodge giving your money away, frequently, over hot water until 2 large egg white
and defiling tabor manaleoml'nt. but this is something bigger than custard coat a metal spoon. Hi c. heavy cream
,, and everyone else while that It Is a genuine and sincere Remove from beat and stir In IVi Up. pure vanilla extract OLDSMOBILEFOR
learning to be first class dope addicts effort to get all of the local charities softened gelatin untfl dissolved Vanilla maple cookie, or
and strumming obscene Into one pot so that Quincy Chill until mixture 1* about M vanilla wafer or taooa-

tunes on a Uke. merchants\ and burine people called thick as fresh egg white nap* for pie alien

And there are the other misguided will not be continually There are Fold in vanilla\ whippedcream 4 medium bananas, sliced!
souls coming Into our land upon fur donations. chart- and crushed peach mixture 1 tbsp. sugar, additional
15 participating
like the mother of the Governor of this year there were only Turn into prepared pit Soften gelatin in cold water
Massachusetts. What possible ties. If year can keep the United shell Chill until firm and ready In custard cup. place cup In
business she had In St. Augustine right Fund going In a few years we to serve.Garnish. pan of hot water (not boiling)
Is beyond us. We would resent give Just to the one organization with additional untO gelatin 1* melted.
bitterly the family members ofFlorida's \ and not be worried every whipped cream and sliced fresh Combine % c. sugar, % e.
Governor going to that week or two. peaches. cold water and lemon Juice In
state to cause strife and turmoil.i What I'm trying to say Is that small saucepan; cook to softball .
But do this In th. name MERIXGVB: nB SHELL
let's at leant be ready to makeour I 2 stage (238'F.), Cool. Add
that they are helping. I large egg white
In Live pledge when one of those few r salt to egg white and boat until
Well the Hg question % tsp. ait
Those 200
Is Where are they I faithful workers call. they form soft peak Gradually
Oak today : those 1/14 tsp cream of tartar
colored packets were divided among beat together hot "soft
Today a large part of the % e. migar
population of this city Is homeless presentleast the have rest a of real us can 1/18 Up. almond extract ball syrup and gelatin, beating
clothed miserable enough to blend
hungry, poorly thoroughly.Whip
office or business Place eggwhites and salt in
do Is canvass our
and flooded out by week.the and have everything ready mixing bowl. Beat until foamy. % cup cream and fold
of the
terrible storm past
NAACP where Is Your United Fund needs your :Add cream of tartar and beat Into egg whit mixture along
Where 'Is the ,
.- support. until egg whites stand in atlM with 1 Up. of vanilla extract.
peaks. Gradually beat In sugar Line '.In. pie plate with cookie
Mason Music FARM POliCY and almond extract. Pour In filling. Chill until firm.

President Johnson has decided Spread mixture around bottom Just before serving', arrange
COMPANY to pit Vice Presidential nominee and aide of lightly-but- sliced! banana over filling.

Str..t Huber H. Humphrey against GOP tired t-in. pie plate. Bake at Whip rest of cream and add KUp.
14 E. Washington Presidential candidate r r y 1965
Goldwater in a two-party clash on 275'?. 1 hr. (the crust will vanilla and 1 tbsp. sugar
PIANOS ORGANS farm policy. Johnson, the report shrink slightly), nil with peach Spread over top of pie a* desired

Band Instrumentsand said, believes that as a Midwesterner filling. r t
familiar: with recent agricultural ::1 This I* a delicious pie I she! Make 9 to S serving. 1

Accessories I legislation Humphrey was _
well equipped state the administrations GRAND WAY TO CELEBRATE ;
Home Ph.i MA :7-6705 position. I II

Man. Tues Wed FitiI : .:
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t: Nobody deserves loving recognition more-or gets a bigger
bang out of a party In his honor-than dear old Grand-Dad.
Sunday, September 13th, marks the third annual celebration of
From the Bourbon country of .
where : '. Diy was first celebrated, to point northt ,
PRO FOOTBALL southeast and west, families will gather round to mark the
occasion with gifts, greetings, and good cheer ot the kind GrandDad *
enjoys most.
The happy day has caught on so successfully that we've heard
cheerful rumors that matured-looking gentlemen without families .
are being borrowed or adopted for the day by families without TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY ;
WORLD SERIES concerned.. of their own. a Joyous idea for everybody .

A family brunch Is the perfect way to start Grand-Dad own
day off right-beginning with a refreshing Bourbon Blossom 5:00 P. M. rON r-
INSTANT ON toast "To our beloved Crand-Dad, bleu I hum" through a festive
Kentucky-style I buffet that Includes his favorite l foods.
Glaze a richly-cured ham with a mixture of equal parts of OUR LOT
PORTABLE TELEVISION marmalade, honey, and Bourbon plus dry mustard for bite, and
garnish It with crlip-crutted corn fritters and ore lno.IPrinkledd
of sauteed tomato green tomato from the last of the
d harvest. If possible.i : And all through the meal, enjoy another Anyone With a Driver's License
Kentucky favorite, old-ftihloned bunsuUx
+ mad from a mix, with cups and cups fhII strong coffee

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1H to 2 ounces Old Grand-Dad Bourbon 1 teaspoon lemon Juice
t ounces orange juice, chilled orange site for garnish
You do not have io be present win :
j Combine and serve In a large Old Fashioned II.... Over lee.
U desired. Or make In quantity, serve from jug


i 1 package hot roll mix with yeast 11 cups light brown sugar
H cup lukewarm milk I cup pecans
1 cup soft butter
I *cup Old Grand-Dad Bourbon 1 teaipooni cinnamon

Mike the dough, adding milk Instead of water and egg aa directed .
and let rise. Great It muffin tins or custard cup, and
put Into each 1* teaspoons Bourbon, 1 tablespoons brown sugar
and lot ) pecans. Roll the dough out on a floured board to a
d rectangle 11 by 18 e. Combine remaining Bourbon, sugar I
butter and clnnlmon to make a paste, and spread on dough. Roll
n cut into I6 alicea Put each slice into a prepsred cup coverwith
towel, and set In a warm place to rise 30 minutes. Bake In
a moderately hot oven (J7ST.J for 20 minute, until browned. I
ran., Cool on a rack S minutes before unmoldmg Serve warm. ,
TIP:To make quick lUcky buns lilt 3 cups biSCUit mix, 2 packages .

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eve b ud ted I never sin 1t1 the ;ov TAX n'TA mm STAMP PLAN
I Episcopal I an 1 apologue to ViCMI: and
any who might have missed mr In a Labor Day speech Senator President Johnson ha* signet

t- I O2 $ Church Noles I _" Club ...... ...... ..ey TAADMOSpIf were joldwaler elected I President said that he would If he I Into plan law to improve a nationwide th* diet food at need]

OHS Key pnojxwe to Congress a program loiiil families The measure wa approved
I I by the Senate and thHo
a.I from M. Puiil-i M RI+TS TO AEATN income taxes on a regular I I <
yt 'vcnrlx I hasm lie said, however i ise The food stamp plan per
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est knowledge of iT S Is IN WDWl KtlANO I II
your vice Presidents with Defined mils families bee
these In qualifying to
Ud i from question*e forwarding the ipmnwl life time first it would be necessarv ]
answer Compton P rested Encyclopedia feoni THOUGHT cms WOULD OK OFF tin worth t food
for Jl
.f the Parish I Iiii operate on a series nt balanced ( stamp
been the
ft What mom WI' are starling thin
i POp- I CUTAW VtBl Cf ARMS WERE RECITED budget* ,on the average They can thet
alar surname for U S. vie. I 1\ to give more renponnibillty If you read last week s arm lenn M I trade them ,
at stores
I presidents? to our young people In rannrctim I the goal of the Qulncy high __ -__ __ grocery -.
t What unauceessfnl
viee- School Key Club, you may have
presidential sspirsnt became with the public VTOttlup of the I found yourself asking, "VI'hat '------
president of the Confederate Church. On this and every aw |the Key (tub'" ,
I Hate What1ceprNlidl'nt of America wss in- V reviling Sunday thorp will be one!I The club I. a. service OIaIU'JIllion 32c SEPTEMBER 32c
I dieted for murder? "R of them on hand lo mid the Uoaiwu compnse. 011I.11 from
4. What vioe-preaident. held at Morning Prayer and the Die 12th, 11th and 10th giwlcs m
ftffice under two president* KpisHc on the general communion high school It 1 I. spuisoreri" by With This
( What state can boast of being t r Sunday After the first of Ot- ttie local Klwanis dub in ixmp- Coupon
the birthplace of the holler we will alrllm hr a SUn- ration with the Qtiincv High of. z Mo
youngest and oldest vice- day evening aervk on each Sunday flctals The lured club luis 1* a<'-
president*? The Rector will officiate! at time members and a club iwedheart. 6 Shirts $1.00 0
( What viee-president wee O the Healing Service on the first .
Whet tu r Indian stork* Sunday 0IhI' month and otrawoiially Key Club Is a means b> which LAUNDERED C
T. S president was on other Sundays, but the Its members can learn wlwl re- ((34
I served by three different vice presidents* principal reiiporwllillity for the ape>sable citia-ns can do I loxeth
1 What \'Ice-prt'.idl'nt resigned from office over a political tiff evening aerv-in-e icbe\\ with UM'EplIro :er lo better their community It = Cash and Carry Only C
I with biB president \>iiI Voting Chun'hmen. In encourages the development "f
.. What vice-president were not elected In a general election? addition, on that Sunday which,the leack-ndup qualities the Individual
llO, How many time has the U S, been without a vlre.pre.denl' the KplftcopRl Church nationally, good citizemhip prac SUNSHINE LAUNDRY

|A\SVERS: dcxlsnatr a* Youth Sunday, the flies and Individual Initiative
young people will take over al The members of the Quincy Key
1 mo trt sum trm '<0 pa'JIIIII! '1 lIopl"'Jd 'm o\ noruuor'IJ'IIUop<'1111t 11 ..m, and have the aervice In Club are leaders in their schmil W. Washington St.

I-u/1 Jo uojsswans pus Xpauu x 1uap'.l| ,{ jo uot| .uin n. su,r 01 ill I'ntll't'one to read the Let-1''hI' club encourage the spiritual
I '008t P uoijMje! paittnuoa auj ui saAn 1" llnoH mi lq pl1a.I'i net jjnii uoj.v pus 9&8110 UOIIMII to make an addre, others to I members Lest Sunday the club 32c SPECIAL 32c
eye." ( .)iu.s'g 'fl *'It lq y eoqi corn'uoeugor l0111al'l pji uu 'A make up a choir and serve an worshiped togctlicr as a group at
'ew.tel, loots| uotpnf ajpuy others Ordinarily thin Sunday the Thomas Memorial Ba|>(1111
Itlap"d, fti* >u 4i"jip) J"i;. pouitusj! unoij.33 uqofg fails toward nV end nf th iirhunl ChunhUe ,

(uviuiui '8 -tJJ"!! year Throe soothes to which hope we have given you
IpW9 n"Aii" H''llMUltf.').auIIN. 'MOf> 1l&* sooa 'auilimM' 'i they have been convnltted In flume idea of what Key Club 65c SEPTEMBER 65c
pis, | uj.i.uj iii' ) uo UIIpUI1lwd| vim" In recent the
yean pest they will continue to stands for years a
'll.ooH \JaquH 1"PIIIlIld! 19pun $1u"fi.ld! 8)1. '., (Eltt4 eMerGhs7cNT
,1lnJ l"Il.lfJ: p carry on a fall or winter spaghetti -s hool spirit of Q11S has decreased -
tit" p"1UnJlnwul a.If'" tL vim dace o1 11.ui.! uswnoy l ll.!"vuid) dinner the Shrove Tuesday and with it the actucncsa of 12AT P1 o / c'4rDMt4c( With This Coupon
-hay. 'Lalotasg 'At nagiy pus ueueyong pancake and MUM!:. nipper, the the key dub Tills year we hope TO UVtJTOCK AND O PSWTHANWCHEWCALC M
|jraad-eatA| p.aela| u>i(* 9C e.m o Ipt.tut.ieJtl luopsd 3! u /T|.injui 'g making of paint crwct lor Palm lo inspire a new pint in our I BtANCENTUmiAM ( f nCAn< fI o4 3 LADIES'Sweaters
Sunday. and a punch service pro)- "school and this column is a III'> TO WHOM THE RODENTS
uosiper Mpuy put swept WHICH R ArVtAUrtt TO W4
13111ntl vqof lOI1u.I"ludn"! unome: '3 uuor pus 'uos et t ar yet undetermined Needless of inspiring it. ____ I STMCOUZTO NISOOM wwise mr KILL THEM OOtCKlt TTTtONT 0 $1.00
jpeht put UOIJ..11lr 1f1Dq Joj uapstud-iu| 111M. uoiuiir Mljo !) 'p to say, I am more thnn delightedwith I
ALl most THC cm IKU
'iuiJJ! ''I1l01 pawl JM U vim IIIf 4Jwou ,|*np t their anxiHy In make a.apir rvgl I 4 DRY CLEANED -.
ii 'llnl.N.L 1IIf110 1lll19.1tas 'S 'il11JIJ 'U01llu.1l! Japu.saly! dual contribution to the life of PreparationsMade -
p.puno" <||n>ioui "q JsJ' Jjpjnia Jail p>wpu! | .*..iMfl uojty 'jjjgj the Parish True adda a 'healthy
v5M J IAD! : sy13vtJnp balance to their already unwd' For ARCBloodmobile = Cash and Carry OnlyOd
Lasaspapso Wi Jo aeolilo sartna0ta Jarga suvaaq Js1vt enable cuntribulion Junior I I
ut| jtauopisfwd-aajA! n *i ><>; paleolap'sasq uosayJr Choii practice are now bring -
'sod|| lip (t pi.j; held on Friday aftemonn al three SUNSHINE LAUNDRY
. Ill'" '1llAI1J dlNl Many fledtes ar hrlmved by nVilwdowt
.p pUll 'ttiAJ.exrg 1Il0p091f.L pus "I'no "y usi datg jspun SMUIUIOU! |I..nu.p.d..a| | *a.* uoguqof'M they i ant nitlx-r than by IN THEROUGH
Choir 1 I. practicing at 8 P nl mi A meeting wa held In Chattahomhee hniira, the Miami Sew.
their says W. Washington St.
H pus uosuqof A |fagasaa H :'suocuqof asmo 01 qj Lpsu .
The Bonn
; Thursdays al the Dnnwixid Inn Bill I l ',
woof luaptPCJJ Jspun uosugor g aopul'uloaul l luapl.ai { quarluin Cnpl >ra> i
l pun 'uosuqof JtMpuy 'uiunn USA uapisuj' japun 'nomiqo'f Marriage are herewith published Tlnirsday evening to make preparations : I ? -
101"" pisyalf 'NIIIO! sy1 lOJ IJOplJ"1UG,1 .10 lr1u.pltld! wits fur Die second tune between MicaIsabel for the Red Cross Mobile The Junior OrnnRe Bowl toil|( 65c SPECIAL65c
'1:11 aMq easy UOIulfor P Mr Robert Franklin Stewart ofSt chew on Wednesday. Octuber 8th. held In Onral r. hlo s toe 28.30
Odd Fact ___ Pauls Parish The marnaBcs The chairman and cochairmanof for boys IT and umtrtInsurance
he solemnized and bleeped
to the Chatlahocx division of
A 78-yMr-old farmer In June Words of the Wiserdctor In St. Pauls Church October 10, toe Oadsden" County Blood Program -- ---- --- $1.00 SEPTEMBER $l.OG
tire City Kan. who owni a I 11164 I( After! cimniltation with are Ben Dudley and Manon
( prefer to plant Md The greatest pleasure I a number of interested ptiriNhlon- VMIsnn Julian C Ivis will ...rv'l j
cultivate his field with a plow know is to do a good act by ers and the Altar Guild the R....- as the publicity chairman Jack Center
drawn by two 20-year-oia horse stealth and to have it found Inc has dPl'ld.thRt the occaxional Sim'klHiid, county speaking chairman With This Coupon
bu Jt'. cailov to ay out by atcldent: days for which,, the Prayer Book will begin an educational 1121 West Jefferson z n
"Wboa" than to lUrt and atop -(Charle* Lamb) rovldes propers, which hive In program In Chattahooche Inv
unachlna. the past been kept either at 7 a m mpdlalrly, I I 2 Blankets $1.00 0
- - - -- or 10 am ail, after the beginning There will be a Blood Program PATTHOMAS o
of the (Church new yearon Aide organizational meeting In thenear
November 29ih. Advent Sun future In Chatlahom'heeMrs INSURANCE. INC. 4 DRY CLEANED Cy
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. day, all be observed (t 10 1m. Eva B. Gardner Quincy, Is
This means that any holy day the County Blood Program Aide +''eril itrl f = Cash and Carry OnlyOd
CHARLES EINARD. Owner falling on other than I Sunday Chairman
will have an olmcrvancc at that Those attending this meeting o
e Remodeling Addition hour Major holy day those from Quincy were R. L. Massey, 8 At,., Vow See Your Oede4
NEW CONSTRUCTION with an Octave wilt! have a county recruitment chairman, RC Inns Your P.IIP"OA Te U. SUNSHINE LAUNDRY =
second celebration at 6:30: pm. Mills, county recruitment cochairmen
e Corag Carport Porch "The best laid actiemet gang Mrs Lucille: L, Jones, I F. P. May W. Washington St.
Roofing Siding Cabinet .att agley department This wan chapter executive secretary. and On. Stop Means
my week on the radio but this Mrs toile M. Granlhnm, chapter
Florida Room Enclotur was the week that warn't, After associate executive ecrHary. Complete Service Drug Co. $1.00 SPECIAL $1.00
painstakingly tape recording I
"No Job Too Larg or Too Small"Havana
week's broadcast 01our Radio Of every 100 adult petleiilrlans DIAL 627.7151 Phone 627-7601
Highway Phone 627-8495 Chapel, we ran Into technical dif killed in traffic, 3D are over 64 Quincy, Flo.
ftcultles with the tape, and my yean of l'.r.tI... Peninsula QUINCY
radio time already_bilng other Motor flub, "







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RECREATIONNEWS I Forest Service cypress seedlings were producedin I
the Kate nurseries for land.owners .
These seedlings: were .
Plans To Provide produced for sale at cost of pro

.. oJ Pine SeedlingsIn pines duction$400; $8.00 per per thousand thousand for cedar for 4-H FRED_ SAYS_ --_ r.Current .
By Dona James and Arisona cypress; $5.00prr

MIDGET FOOTBALL SEASONTO three late November, Florida's 11000 thousand per thousand for Catalpa for eucalyptus ; and NOW IS THE TIME TO PICK A PROJECT AND LEARN s HAVE FUN'
OPEN MONDAY slate nurseries will be the
All tlx team in the Qulnry scene of brisk activity u thou and cottnnwood. JOIN A 4 H CLUB HELP OTHERS
Midget Football League will be ands of pine seedlings are prepared Seedling application forms are
kicking off their 1864 grid season for shipment to Florida provided landowners on reouest3r .
next week. Two games are sche- landowner Approximately 85 li'orc12: the necessary
duled to get underway Monday million tiny green seedlings will forms SCS or Couny kOIOCP
afternoon at 3 ColT)' Field. be lifted, wrapped and shipped Agent offices as well as local G RD
Fighting Florida Forest Service Install
The Rotary Irish will for replanting.
be playing the American Legion The reforestation of cart-wer Dons. Due to the demand seed- 1k s
Blue Devils and at Doyle Connor areas is a seasonal activity in the t Ones are sold on a first-come tf Ik/CIOR
Field the Klwan j Hornets will be state. Each year new sites are trat-arved basis f Mcs
bOlt to the Yellow Jackets ofChattahoochee. prepared for planting by the landowner Order sizes vary from 500 up., ell icon ,
On Thursday aft. who obtains his I young according landowner needs, Almost Q' f / tfrlNC
rmoon at 8 o'dock at Corry FI..ldthe tl'Nl from the Florida Forest 30 percent of Florida's for- .4
estland U owned by farmers muchof
Jaycee Tigers will tangle Service. The planting 1I'8MJIUI
with the Exchange Bulldogs and ually stretches from late Novenv this In farms of 180 acres or
at 6:13: the Kiwanis Hornets will ber through early Februrary.The leas The order for 2,000 seed- 4-H Friends Members Join Forces Incentive Awards
challenge the American Legion er three-month planting seaeon lingo receives as much attention Educational tripe ichoUr.ihlps .
.' Devils. Y comes at time when and care as the order for 200,000.
Blue a many and swards for outstand
All players must make the 120 farmers have time off from other Increased production of forest Expand Enrollment and TrainingMembers log work in ipeclfle projects life
products depends largely on the!
pound weight limit by these first agricultural practices. While they given by other 4-H backers.
games or Pla rye will wait for the warm sun of spring forestry programs of these land. leaders, friends of 4-H They Include: Allied Chemical
gible until dour they use winter's enforced dormant owners. Each year while some and the Cooperative Extension
not be pe gain In weight .. period to paint old fields rees are planted others are harvested Service are Joining forces to expand 4-H Club membership In Corporation, Arcadian Product
over 130 pounds maximum weight ".:'" .. ." .. l and burned over areas a fresh One purpose of the For- every county and state In the nation. A concerted push U Dept.; Allli-Chalmen Manufacturing
limit any time during the season 'i o liha.Fsr-w Swris/S tar,tWA W.ld 4,5.. -.wd green with pine seedlings. est Service nurseries Is to provide being made to offer tH training to more boyi and girls between Co., Farm Equipment
seedlings to these 93000 0 and 19 of Division; American Forest Products
Practice sessions after this The young years age.
week will be limited to two aThe "Why did you tell him to fetch your slippers when Ions represent green one of pine the plania-slates landowners who own lwo-t lyds of enrollment Is around duced long with home and Indust ; Carnation
",", Ie. you knew Mother was wearing them!" biggest Income producers. The the states forest area. 2,224,900 members In 84,700 farm management Company; Chicago Boarded
Midget Football teami have wholesale manufactured value of "Planted Pines Pay" Is a slogan clubs. Business firms which contribute Trade; Cities Service Oil Company *
been all working hard In preparation Florida's forest often quoted In forestry circles ; E. I. du Pont de
products Is annually The Cooperative Extenilon financial support to the Nemoun
DID you KNOW1School They pay the landowner in Increased
for their opening games with in excess of one-half billiondollars. fc Company Inc.
returns from his wood- Service heads the program, and various program have assisted ; $"
most squads shaping up pretty This Income is shared by Is assisted greatly In tlonal Watch Company; Ell Lflly I
have already the ands, they pay the woods work.er by 382,000 men and bringing about this
pxx been; playing Some each other In practice Days pat landowner Industry woods worker and all for-of and the industrial worker with women who serve ss unpaid volunteer modernization, reports the National and Company; Helsdorf It Nelson
employee '
scrimmage games trying to hroeghovt the' world, students soon will be /. Florida's citizens. employment, and they pay In leaders. Added to these 4-H Service Committee.New Farms Inc.; Hercules Paw.der .
find working combinations. school From the page..4 Encyclopedia Momatlonal, tons Moms of Improved prosperity! for are more than 130,000 older 4-H programs and sponsor Company. j
are a few facts about. the origins ., certain educational Many of the small landowner the entire state. have been Others Humble
With late registrations the SWIM obtaIn :youths who have been trained added in an attempt are: Oil*
both the United.... end abroad.In direct assistance from the For additional information on
m Refining
quads have been supplementedto County Farm Forester with their In Junior leadership. to bring to 4-H'ers areas of Company; Ford Motor
approxmately 23 players each.Winterseeding .".. planting The Farm how to make your pines pay, con. During the last decade 4-H learning that will aid them in Company Fund, Internatiosal
:\ '147 .... Oeneral! Co.AI programs. act your local Forest Service of- making vocational Minerals and Chemical Corpora
.. MattochuMtts roister, an employee of the Flora tire or write to the Florida Forest Clubs have been established in or higher
I !; law ettabllihlng polled a Ida Forest Service helps the land. Service Tallahassee, Florida. urban and rural non.farm home educational career choices. ton; Moorman Mfg Co.; Olifer
I public eltnwntary a lyiternof and owner order his seedlings, advises which today account for 82 per Some business flnns and foundation .I Corporation; Th. Pure Oil Com,
w.w, secondary schools.This him on spacing and when to plant cent of the total membership. provide funds only for pony; Simplicity Pattern Co,
by Robert W. Set rv, the first sack law set ep In helps him obtain a tree planting college scholarship and for recognition Inc.; The Singer Company; 'Die.
Director The lad Institute thli cosnhytopsvtd.wm. machine (if needed) and Is often Ambassador Maxwell D. Taylor Science AcldeclConl.qulnt1 of individual members S&H Foundation; Standard

In some southern towns less I4.I J11' oultory, free, and rax.."p. available to provide Instructions presented an optimistic reporton some 4-H program Among them are: California Brands Incorporated and SUbd..
than one percent Elsewhere of the lawns espe-are I:: ported education. when the trees are planted. the Vietnam war to President have been revised to Chemical Company, Ortho Dlvi- and Oil Company (Kentucky).

cln'iv wlnterseeded.In the well.lodo suburbs, S.....rc.. ... Tree planting I Is not a new aovity Johnson and congressional leadnhlp. meet the needs of off.the farm lion; Homelite, A Division of If there 1s no 4-H Club in hi
tr than half of the lawns maybe Val. *,,|. na.d1 in Florida. State ForesterC. Taylor said military members. More scientific exploration Textron Inc.; Mllle.FeriUlonIne. community parents or proipec.
H. Coulter the Red
first promoted tree strength against guerril
now ii carried on In near.ly .
witted to wlntergrsss each autumn ; Pyrofax Gis Corporation, live members should write oi
planting In 1928. In that year las la on "a general upward
wlnteneedlng should all projects. Training in economics Edwin T. Meredith Foundation
Such call their county extension ofllci
,000 pines were planted. Since trend lie was confident that
become more usual In the South, including production Sunbeam Corporation and The for Information
then one and one-half blllkm "we can get over this political advises the,
M standards for winter beauty for Increase seedlings have been planted in crisis without setback In the goalswe and marketing have been Intro- Wilt Bend Company. Cooperative Extension Senl(..
and Improved "
the state
travel brings more visitors southward / University libraries fin came Miteinrportena
with the ceHectlon of This year approximately CO
In desert country people still tke University ff Paris In 1150. million plnei, catalpa, eucalyptus A man with an ax to grind ought
seem reasonably content with rye.grass Ike American college collection cottnnwood, cedar and Arizona tll turn his own grindstone.
bond was started by Job Harvard
an aggressive igraos
who r" taw 329 books to the .
In these .
widely used for winter. hold college tense nens.d ...... bins.Tr
bright, climates It seems to
day, berg. enhr.rebas, east ae
up well. and frequent watering for Columbia, stains ewer 2 wtlN.
encouraging! the finer species\ Is *
Volume it k> their Jlbrariea.
dear there. It takes a little more ..... ... I
pains to get a fine feecue-Ken . .1IaMI.y.....
blend started, buteast ..M. .
lucky bluegrass M MtdleY.llurepao.. ml.vanities
from western Texas many \ students and that
home owners and golf course superintendent \ protenors attended clasMSevery ,
think the advantageswell day Ina cop and
worth th. effort. lj ".... Around the turn ..ft r
Not only Is. sod of better iWi century, Anwrican edwe \ I Izt.
grasses less mare more at l colon drew "p a cod. for
-"Hve., but the color darker s lti f t these long black rabat..be .'
n. Moving" Is less burden. IIMcIIIt formal sckool core
4, and spring transition more monies and graduations.' .
dual. Besides these hardygrasses \l'i. Different colored velvet
i don't winterkill the way iiii\ a. bandt en the robe tuck ..
laces during froon for a degree In ModU
has m
ryegrass the extreme coup of recent cine .. purple' for a dtgroo
In Law Indicate' the major
years. 11 diulg:0cAor.1l: tIld.f study.

..era."IIL Mr5..aa..d.
Birthday PartyMrs. vs.1, pe.M. z r

Lloyd Castleberry entertained '
with a party Monday aft "CoUen Ryf
moon at her home In honor of LTD 4-DOOR HARDTOP !
her daughter Julie 411ft WrtMny Training For 14 Karat Hit I

Guests were classmate of Julie Now look into the worldsTHE

(Mrs.Various Taylor's games Bret were grade enjoyed) many )

In the honoree's yard, scams # 'Lw t
them contest and prizes were
awarded. \ ./
The beautifully decorated cake .
centered the refreshment table. .
Ice cream Coca Colas and cake ;
were served.
Favors were colorful balloons ...
and rick racks.

It Is too much to expect an officeholder .
to favor the abolition 1 !
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Squaring; off* In a mock re-creation of Ma latest stare role, '1rf
FORECAST Rammy Davis. Jr., star of Broadway's newest musical "Golden
Bay >how> hi. rln?form to Walter H. Sands, Sanda, president ,
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ef 10.Applsbaumbbon.one of the nation's leading manufacturers, '
Thursday 4:45 p.m. of tags and latwls, broadened a passive love of the theater: Into an 1"T
rtly* backatSKe role when he bn-amo a volunteer worker for t
Friday 8:15 a.m. .Gol ranging circle ef friends In the business -
IllS ; apparel Sanda set about
p.m. obtaining i costumes for the SI number cast By bartering program
credits and promotional rights, the business executive set some tJa
Saturday 8:15 a.m. thing of a Broadway I record when he clothed the east in three
1:15 p.m. weeks at no eostl Now th. properly attired musical Is out to set
some records of its own.After swhlsvinir rave out-of-town notices, 'f;
SPONSORED BY the show Is presently building impressive advance bookings, h.,. .
Ing already amassed wsll over $U million prior to its Broadway .
opening scheduled for early this Kail And Sands, through his
Impressive performance has been advised that his costume gath THI !2lli. egeRMAI/c1 "ff
ering UknU can be used for some X,ether up-coming Broadway 'Aha.ANI tOO SPOKIS COUPf

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Without Really 1-I- I People Spots In The News I II .:'it 'sJR9): ,M)( X Y

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.Marjorle nonstration B. Agent Gregory Home De- Trying't ( j!: ..w'n, :i;IAjll !

"un ON A LABEL ( BIG SPLASH ta made byI
a Larry Fenacho of SanDiego la Me role 11 patron of the Lately, ka ban at k*.. tn. >
Getting her moneys worth today arts whereby It spends substaaUal sing tee effloe. Why baa ke
is the retpon lblllry of every 1 1 working out on mater sums every year enveloping ,.IC' Me*. 1:. T Berry, Mouth
homemaker For the Stopper who skis at Cypress Gardens MW postal. tamp art Dakota, the ether lay pointedMl

make label-reading a habit food ro Fla. yy jyejj commemorating something or that pukUcly NeniiwTkeniM
buying U eaaler and thriftier 1P other U.L Post Office help reMaarot all fartherpelltkal
Modem merchandising frequentlyrequire roll up annual operating deficit ambltleaa .. the
I the hopper to lelect with o.e ireim** skit everythtag he
out benefit of a discussion with aaaa" A great deal ef tat *....... stead fee kits **m* I* pe .toIhM
the front. In making deeMoni, x tar to devoted I* keimertotta.tag trailed Mat**. H*loels kit
the rapper i* turning to the label I 'j .. stamp MUr aoreuUI pltUers ., SeelalUm -
for helpA I N art *__ .... sew be.. ...,..., t
good label baa an attractive HI pelltlfilaas. M there Is a* teager aay awed
: foe aba U ees far eBbs
Art e*
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name and address of packeror ,.utk!...., After sU out being elected ( ). The freighter, with
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bit roll attendance and scribe, what Nanoolc of Cincinnati goo, cant got too thrilled to lire with. A* 1111I,.,...
QIeryI Ann Wallh. Our trOOP about it IINIIHISATNLETESOL female desire to mate when sits
leaden are Mr*. Adrian Ander- erne* Into heat aad become OK.tremely .
Mra. Richard Gardner and rootle** aad nervous at
Mr Inn.*. Albert Bawttcb W. ended IN THE TRUE SPIRIT OF COLUMBUS that fame gpayrnc eliminates
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our Cheryl Acme ,. Kven It your cat U a male,
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ATS 4/P ;m : 7twsFE log a male cat la a almple\ opera
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148. Mn. Bradley $./ rk' STAfTS 570., perform any time after your t>H
called to order Is three
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and Mra. Lee Hewett are assistant e month old. A. la the oat ef the
leaden. We < scu .ed the A t Y -iy female, tile operation will eau..

types or patrols we would have a ... her to ka ,gentler ploaaaator t.
the owning yea. Tbf liav. around, and more tractable.
elected scribe, assistant 1 lie unaltered mature torn has a.
trooP and trooP strong urge to roam and fight,
IC'rtbe. treasurer Vance Hewett. saheng: aad often .pr. the wall op
\r&M. McQOl. -IJIanI furniture producing a vile\ odor.
Gm Lou treU\II't'f': A* the tiperto at the Purina
acre: Fraser Monroe song Pet Tar Center know It I* nut
and Paula Woolworth trOOP tn that altered rat beenm flit
leader. Then we divided Into pa- and .ftlle. A eat beenme* fat
troll. W. plan to eleCt petrol from overeating or lark ef ever
ftt'tft at our next meednII. Any- 43 .1... Rather that becoming *.>
one In the IrWIIIh. eI&h1h. or rVeit all, the altered cat develops ay
ninth &radI who would like to AtrWPtATESctrMISNLYPLEVste more pleasing persoaabty and
became a Cedette GUt Soout. tlPfJAU.>> a better wspaslesm lei|
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Glory Uu McOaQ. All dog benefit from grooming.: They need U for their appear _e wogs o as. rrre /rts.sTANp 1Af"PI
Assistant Scribe ante and health' sake. They also need it a* a part of thde discipline V/kt0 ShgrS Ns LWIWAV 1
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Troop been completely weaned, can be given baths U this become yr r av rrrc t Lt el AriwNl r
absolutely) necessary. A good iirushmg, la much better for them PI/IWf mwNy MILD L>feramerY
and will usually clean just as well. "At the Purina Tat Car awirrrp .
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ptlrJonal -and we make sure to dry the dogs thoroughly afterward."After lLfiJ ,
j bU bath, give the puppy some play indoors to warm him up, and
to re-establish the heat blanket in his fur Baths can be given t-l AtAM fKOM iffOAi tTtUt, -
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to her home In Columbia, Mr*. deodorant dog soaps :don shampoos work very well. TMCI AS INII"" .Ltewtcr tfeetrtaa Hlbal If.bare were
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with their win and daughter In law ,
Mr. and Mr*. Spence McCall and x .iL

Flora Mitchell spent theweekend
with' her son In law and
daughter Mr. and Mr*. C E.
Black In Jacksonville.and
Mr*. G. elltft' .
Mrs i N. Dwtey are visiting
the tnnnPra InII In law and daughter -
Mr. and MrL Victor Butler In .

Ocala Mr. and )fra, J. C.Hlnsonhav* r % Wn4
returned from Atlanta where they Fktcr
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took their eon "3
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By Timothy ..... the present time, we have Rev 1.MTj. Dixie, pastor of Mn. Josephine w. Carter will school opens every Sunday service for John Staney Superintendent* that Sunday Joe Cannon school will announce

IKMOR MEN'S SOFTBALL 1441 Lion enrolled at Carter- Bethel' Church, Tallahassee deliver me Women' Day address morning with the Supt. Bro was held from New Hope open 9:30: '.m, AU teacher and
1$.' Parramore, We an proud of our will be speaker for the afternoon at Mt. Zion C.M.E. Church Henry Palmer Jr. He It asking Missionary Baptist Church, Sunday pupil* are asked to report oa
(ape ) service 3 all teacher and pupil to be on September 20, 4 p.m. The
Came of past week: 841 JO, lercentage of attendance which p.m. Sunday Sunday September 27 1964 at time
5 Rams 6, Slugger 0; II 90 per cent; however, the administration Rev H. B. McGlotkton pastorof U a.m. Urn* end came 10 am. September 12 The morning worship service
Dragons ; Bonnie 11111 A.ME. Mn. Service will begin on Sunday at home, Gretna. The deceased 1* .
6 Vampire 0; St. Hebron admonishes all ttudent Church Carter I II well known will begin at 11 ate Rev. T. L.
Dragon 3uUahoochee will be with the pastor, Rev. James Nealy a native of Jackson County, moved
1 Vampire 0; Rams 1, St. to strive toward perfect atendance. in chargeof throughout thIs area, having CrIer will deliver the montage.
Hebron 0 84' 2 Sluggers 0 and service Sunday 6 p.m. The pubic been born and reared In Gads-and the senior choir and usher to Gadsden County several Choir one and usher board one
Ram 3 ;84'1 2.I1NAL The Lions took their first six I II Invited to attend both of den County, She received her; The Rev. D. Nealy and congregation -yean ago. Shortly after moving 0 will serve at both service.
these services. will render services at New to this area, he Joined New Hope
STANDING week examination on Tuesday, elementary education In the pubic A motorcade will leave the
It ed) September :22. They an anxiousy Supt. Jullou Davis announce schools of Quincy, thence to Bethel ,Sunday afternoon at 2:30: Missionary Baptist! Church. The church 1 p.m. Sunday for Greta
( lime pl ) "nn Uml Pel awaiting their report card that that Sunday school will commence ;\Land M. University where she; The pastor and his congregation -deceased served both In the where Rev, CrIer and congr

Rams I 2 .800 are!> to be given out on Monday, 9:4S a.m.Thursday. entered high school. From this will be coming from Smith church and community He will gallon will be In charge of service '
< 7 1 ..100DrlgOl1l September 28. ( p m. weekly prayer university she received her high Grove Baptist Church I be missed a* a leader. A short at Beauth Hill Missionary

4 8 4 .600 Edward Grant, of 12-4 and Harry service will be; held at 7 p.m. school diploma a certificate In The senior choir will rehearseon program preceded the eulogy. The _w.w S."',. _........__ Baptist Church.
II 5 .900 Underwood, 11-1 have been elected Sister 0. M. Bridge will be Inharge two-year teacher training, the A Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. eulogy was delivered by Rev. F. Evening worship will commence
Vampire .
2 8 .200 president and vice president of a special service. B degree with a major In English and the junior at 6:30: p.m. on McMUlon. W..d.'e taeib15Campbell 6 p.m.
St. Hebron 2 S .200 respectively of our Student Council. Sunday I. the Pastor' Apprecla- and the M.S. degree In Secondary Thursday night. The survivor are: Mrs. Pearl
Sluggers Height Midget Foot lon Day. All members an urgedto Education with a major In the Bible drill will be held each Sunday Stanley wife, Mrs. Rose Lee Miler PlaysAt On Band Roster
attend. at 5.00 The rat- daughter Ozell Miller, ton-
and play. The administration would like to earning ot English. : p.m. person
ball sponsors 1964, coaches football iraion: remind parent or guardian who The Program Committee of the She 1 II actively Identified In re- lug the highest score will be the n-law, and Mr*. Adcll Reed, Northwestern Charles Stoke ion of Mr.
tri for the held Thursdayafternoon would like for their child or child- Annual Men' Day, St. James A. Iglou*. civic, educational, and teacher for the following Sun ster.. Interment was made in the Ethel Stokei, city, and a freshman
Tryouts were 1884 Midget ren to leave school between the: ,1.E.' Church along with official fraternal activities. She was clerk ;day. SL Paul Cemetery Slmms-Jack- at Florida A and M University
for son Funeral Home In charge Evanston, 111, Sept. Woodrow Informs us that he 1 I. a memberof
family and members extend their American
A total ot 81 hours of 9:00: a.m. and 3.55: p.m. ot Qulncy Camp No. 73
Football aeaiinn lend written thank to all persons which appeared Woodman for 12 before resigning (Woody) Campbell, former the marching one-hundred famed
who to a request signedby yean
the 10-11 ag group Lions To Meet
boy In Carter-Parramore
High School A
and M University Band.
and came out for them requesting such This on program. Special She 1* a member of Am. Bt. Johns Gets
had registered thanks and football star from Quincy, I I. one This li a sinRal honor to make
appreciation to our
of our letter must be In the general I'lt Chapel A.M.E. Church,
placed on one of the
tryouts were office by (:.00 a m. If It I I. to be speaker Mr. Napolla Whit and she serves a* Sunday schoolteacher Albany FridayThe New top three sophomore prospect the A. and M. University Band as
four (team Myles McCary.Arnette. the She Is FurnishingsSt. on this fall' Northwestern it I I. rated third In the nation and
Reglrtration hal been closed honored. of senior clan
University football
for UM season, due to the limited The co-ordlnitor of Adult Education a trustee of Arnett Chapel and Carter-Parramore Lion will, John A.M.E. Church w11lhold Woody, 10101 Mr.team.and Mrs This tops aim among district the Negro honor college to Car.

number of team and equip- Mr. Wallace Skrove, has Is Site member of the Pulpit Aid Board: open the football season, Friday dedicatory service Sunday Julius Campbell Mt. Pleasant, in ter-Parramore a High and the city
announced that Adult Education In addition. she Is an accomplished evening at Hardon'i 11 The
p.m. am. dedication of church
men\ a 196 halfback
pound who is slatedto of 1 the first
Wildcat it Carter-Parramon will begin, musician serving a* pianist Munroe High from Albany Flt'Id.1
TeameBuIIIl1I'lIImen Of District Meet furnishing, including, a new pew; see considerable action on offence graduate of Carter Parramore
*: Ooache, Melvin Barber, September 28. Course In English, for Arnett Chapel AME Church will be the doarlng Lion pulpit let, and isle runner have and defense In his first var'sity High to become a member ot A.
Fred lumen and Odester Carter. mathematics, social studies, science Mr. Carter I I. a member of opponent. The game 1 Ia promised been recently Install. This added season of Big Ten ball. and M. famed band. .
Player Henry Betsey, Henry/ L. and business will be offered Arnett Chapel A.ME Church Beta Delta Sigma Chapter of I to be one ot the top 'home en- much to the contort and attractiveness
Davis, Mannle Dupont. Alphanao The seniors wen In for a thrill will be the scene of the Minister Sigma Gamma Rho Sororlty.Inc. agementi[ r on the home schedule of the church.

Finger, Harold Gaymon, Michael Friday, September II. Mr. How. and Missionaries Socdctlei, Quincy Further, she 1 II a teacher of no The seasons opener against Blake Dr. W. M. Baker prominent
DeWaynt Graham, James Jackson :Ird ot Herff Jones Company District. The meeting will mean ability, having taught En- 111gb scheduled two week ago ihyslcan and active member of SECRETARIAL DUTIES

Michael L. Jackson, Reginald brought ample of graduation commence 10 a m. Saturday, Sop- 111m for several )'eareln Gad den wa* cancelled because of hurricane Bethel A.ME. Church, Tallahassee THEY
Jame James Jones, Jr., I toga This year's clan will be tember 36. Presiding Elder C T. and Jackson counties She 1 I. at Dora. will deliver the main address DON'T TEACH IN SCHOOL

daudle Kelly Jr, Dave Keatnn, the tint clan to have round ring Sykes mike this appeal, remit employed a* English Instructor Last week Phoenix City Ala., The opening ceremonial rite will
Jack C. Klmble, Nathaniel Lee W. would like to remind seniors Superintendent' Alexander and In the Carter-Parramore broke Its contract with the Lion be said by Elder C. T. Sykes assisted
EllIs J. Maye, David Lee Nealy, who haven't paid their deposit of Long announce that Sunday Ugh School. The local team was to have motored by Rev, II. Ford and visiting
James Harold Oliver. Willie $'500 to pleas do to by Friday, school will commence 9.45: am. Having had training In courses to the Alabama City ministers.

Reeve, Earl Sharp, Kenneth Ray September 23 All teachers and pupil an .'. In public speaking, there Is none This will be the first! meetingof The chairman of the Program
Thomas, Michael Thorpe James After two cancelled games, the quested to attend better equipped and qualified than the Florida! and Georgia powerhouses I Committee the offlcal staff and the
Walker, Jr., Ronald Watson, Leon ,Carter-Pammon Lions will fin.i The morning worship service W. versatile person to deliver The two school previously church family feel honored in the
Williams and WUllam M. Wltaon. i ally play their first football game. will commence at 11 a.m. Rev A. the address for thIs occasIon Be- met In basketball con petition. securing of Dr. Baker to deliverthe
Betey' Yellow Jacket: Coachet The Lions Invite you to attend thefirst It Hunter will deliver the mess aides her regular duties a* a The C-P. Lion are consideredby dedlcatlonary servIce lie always -

John Hutley, Sam Farmer game of the season, Friday age. He will be assisted by r.ev- teacher at Carter-Parramore, she many to defended their con- take time out to work In Interest I -
and Herman Moor Player, night, I p.m., llardoni Athletic creeds W. A, Campbell, P. MeMlllon nonson the Public Speaking erence tide, despite the fact that of the church.
Roney Carey Betsey. John Allen, Field The Lions will greet Monroe and C. Jackson. dub and wa instrumental in several key player wa lost thru The speaker will be Introducedby

Brilt, George Burton, Willie' High School of Albany, Ga The Junior Missionary Society spearheading the first declamation isduatlon. Prof. Robert Bryant. assistant
Frank Clary, Chandler Gary. Le- Come cheer the Lions and sway will meet :3 p.m. in the basementof contest' held at Carter-Parra The Lion forward line will be principal at Carter-Parramore

fell Gary, Jr., Wllll Donald, with the rhythm of the. band for the church. more. This activity has since anchored by all-conference center, High schooL The occasion will I
Gregory Donald, Marvin Farmer, the Uont will roar. The Women Auxiliary I Qulncy been an annual co-currlcular act- Elton Davis, Winston Estoll at be given by Prof. Willie U Will-
Waitell Frandi Jr., Johnnie Lee District, A.M.E. Church I* sponsoring IvIty, ot which Mr*. Carter till guard; and Moore lineman and linebacker lams, Principal\ Northslde High

Gee Jr., WIllis James Lee, Rufus a Rainbow Tea The bene- serve a* chairman. I To name a few. Scvhool, Havana. Those taking
Moten Willie Quarterman, John C-P Honor fit affaIr will be held In the basement She hold membership In the The Inexperienced backs will part In the opening service Includes -
Randolph Moten, Jeftery Scott of Amelia Chapel A M.E. National Education Auoclatlon, have to be tested under fire, butt : Rev. T. T J Jackson paor *
Stevens Elbert Jones Thomaa, Meets Church.' Sunday. 4 Dm. Special Gadnden County Teacher Assocla- I I. expected to give a good of Mt. Pleasent Missionary
Lnnni Thlgpen Jr., James Jerome Society 1 eature each church of the district lion, Gadsden County Charter of acount of themselves. They are iaptlst Church Tallahassee, Rev.
Vlcken, Bruce Warner Charle will have a table for their guest. Florida A. and M University Alu. raring to go. N. F. Sumpter, pastor of Bethel
William, Roy Williams, Bobby Member of the Annie Kent) President Joseph Long Jr., mel Association, the General Alumni .' The Invader lost by a slim margin Baptist Church, Chattahoochee,
R. Wright Wesley J. Wlgglna Stevens( Chapter of the National urges all League member and Association of A and M Unienity ; to Lincoln High of Tallahassee Johnny House will read the an
and Albert Young. I boor Society of Carter4arra' friend. to attend AC.E. League the National Council of toot week end In Tallahassee nouncements. Solos by Benny
Syke1 Tiger: Coaches, Richard more High School met the second which romances 5 p.m. Mrs. W. Teachers of English, the American They are reported above two- Forehand and Miss Wills Jean
Bell. Randolph McMillan and period, September 16. M. Long, dlrecl...... Teachers. Association, and Florida hundred pounds from tackle to Trlbue.
Curt FieJd. Player: Edward Buslneii attended to at this The Young Women'* Auxiliarymet Stale Teachers Association. Also tackle, Carter-Parramor line Is Music for the ocasslon will be
L. AMm, Terry Let Baker, William meeting wa the electing ot NII.' at the home of Mrs. stevte District 3 Florida State Teachers much smaller but 1* known for furnished by Elizabeth choir, Miu _
Beuwy, Gary S., officer for the :196US school Williams, Wednesday evening Association. their speed. Betty Wllllami in charge '
Clary, kra'n: Vonnle (cern and the selecting of the first' iln. Florence Caldwell, chairman The public Ia cordially Invitedto The Lion are Big Nine North Lather during the day a baby .
Creates Leontyn Duke, Eddie project that the Society will sponsor In charge. The meeting was declAred come and hear Mn. Carterat Conference champions and runners -contest will be held. .
Evan Jr., Oliver T. Hal Jr., or lend assistance to this most lucessfuL Mt. Zion C.M.E. Church on the up for the state title to Northwestern Following the close of the service d%

Attaway Holloman, Alvin Hollo- achool term. The Society decided The pastor, officers, memberaand above date With such a splendid' of Miami. refreshments will be served
man, Larry Leonard Lee, Melvin to take a* its first task or project Annual Rally Day chairman, uckground of preparation this The marching C-P. Band will A cordial welcome I I. extendedto
E. Lockwood. Alfred Jerome the rendering of assistance extend their thank to the many this person has, you will miss ann >reorm before and at halt time. the public to attend.
Moore Jr, Benard L. Powell, Ty' to the iSchool'i Testing Program participant which appeared on treat If you fall to hear what Corns early and avoid the rush.
ron* Attend Powell Edward RobInton Elected as officers of the Nat- program recently Each of you we feel will be a masterfully delivered Mrs. Patmon
Leslie C Samuel Earnest tonal Honor Society for the 1D64- and members paid a major role In address. COME ONE.! Choir '
Smith, Jlmmle Roger Thoma 65 school wen Carolyn Green, the luces oj the program. COME ALLI! Midway While many businessmen have come to rely upon the prefix
Arthur William Thoma Wood- President; Leonard Farmer, Vice- Dies FridayLJfes' I "secret" In the word secretary, few realize the number of hits

ord and Larry Zetgler. President; Viola Banks, Secret. Union Meets .. that today's lecreUry wears In the pursuit of her myriad ot
Emma Jackson' Lion: ary; Sylvia Booth, assistant *e- Last Rites Held I'Get Acquainted'Tea chapter ends for Mr* office dutiei.Many .
Virginia Brown Patmon well i jobs. She his resume.compoocs .
Sam. facets of the modernaecretary' prepares
James Rosuo Trea-
Coaches, retary; McNealy, i
Antioch Missionary Baptist:
citizen letter
known of Sprlngside. She ) to prospective
ucl Hutley and William AWni, Oiarle Scott.Players surer. and Betty Martin, reporter For Mrs. Hollins At Pine ParkThe Church will have charge of ser-passed following a short illnessat from hone. taught Job art In the a far typing cry, employers, and keeps an. ey* en

: Anthony vice Friday evening 7:30 at 11 ..m. Friday September 18 tiling, and shorthand courses of the h.lp wanted colunfh I for
Acetate Allbrltton, Other member of the National
E. Aid. Beulah Hill Missionary BaptlM,
Bradiihaw. Theodore Funeral services for M.... Annie parent and friends of the at home. secretarial schools, according to him.She
Hell Joeeph Honor[ Society are Amen Hamilton Church, Cretna. A motorcade will A native of Leon County, she Thermo-Fax" office management Is an "undercover agent'when
Woodrot reId Chester Gainer, Marcella Johnson, Eloise MeMllllan lolllns was conducted from Second second graders at Pine Park leave MUnch at 7:30: p.m. moved to Qulncy several ipeclalists. she request competittvtliterature ,
Thaddeu Hutley, Terry Tyrone Daisy Moye, tenor Elizabeth Missionary Bap- School were Invited to the second Thursday S p.m. Miss Anita, She possessed friends year She arranges her bos*' travel and has it mailed: to-
Huiley, David Fyrone Jones. tepheni, L C. Sherman, Johnny lit Church, Sunday 0 p.m. Sep- grade annual "Get Acquainted Daniel will entertain the Sun.. ago.which she won through many her frindly requirements, barber appointments her home. She helps him cry.
Wllll Johnson Ante Knight Jr., ... Watson, Sandra Burt and (ember 30. The Rev. Reedy Washngton Tea", This tea proved to be quitea shine Auxiliary at home. AU member > disposition. Several and may even administer talize his Ideas and acts is a
Ronald B. Lnckwood Gerald MAr. Mottles William pastor in charge delightful occasion at both parents are urged to attend. she joined the local Pall- his alimony payment*. sounding board for his deti
tin. Robert Nealy. Quinton Nealy, Sponsor of tie Annie Kent The end came for the aged clt and teachers were meeting ,Supt. Parthell Gainey announce I ago bean Orders and the Good Shep She help her boss prepare lion
Roy Phillip, Robert Eaii Reeve, Stevens Chapter of the Carter- Iwo Monday September 14, at for the tint time thli school that Sunday school will commence, herd. for the counties business meeting No longer If the

Forest Richardson, Hurschel Let Parramor High School National home, following an extended (lines year. 9.40am.: Funeral services was conductedfrom he attend by preparing today limply a acreta7'o
Robinson Jr., Cart Smith, Curtis Honor Society an Mrs. E. S. Enter *. A native of Georgia, she The tea wan held Sunday, Sep. The Missionary Cabinet will Mt. ZIon CM E. Church the aendl.lnvltlnl the participants whom you pay to ke
Thomas and Roosevett Watson. : Mr. E. L Sheppard Miss 0.Rottinson moved to Gadsden County, residing ember 13, In the cafeteria of the meet Immediately after Sunday, September 22. S arranging the room, preparing spell while sIts .
Mill Joyce Fields Mn In the St. John Cummunlty school. The parents wen welcomed school. The senior rholr will at.. The Immediate survivors p.m.are: his overhead projection band. With the assortment of
Ella Reed, Rev N. F. Sumpter along with other member of her by three members of the tend the choir union service al: Porter Mn. Alice transparencies on the office Important "hats" she wen
rfLeroy son
machine, and distributing during office hours her bass
Several she second grade Gwendolyn Rig- copying ,
LunchroomMenus and Rev. N. Bower amlly. yean ago Church
Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist I sister and Custerbrother.
the minutes of the meeting. will dread the day when sheItides
Second Ellubeth Mission tins, Gwendolyn Blair and Bevery ;
joined .,
3 11.m. Sunday Tallahassee. .. rI tho"< f.o. w< ,Min veil
try Baptist Church where she re- L Hatcher, The second grade I the senior choir will feature I Slmms-Jackson Funeral Home '

Quincy SelecteeFirst' lamed membership, and rendered choir members'' sang, "Oh How i I. Rev, A I. Dlvle In a benefit ser. in charge. Interment was made In I TIPS ON PORTABLE SWIMMING POOLS
services until cite became unable Love.. Jesus.. The group Included 'moat Sunday, 7 p.m. The pub. the Smith Cemetery-
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 Service was well attended. A the following': Acts velllae lie I II Invited. .
Chicken PI* with Biscuit In FloridaDr. short program preceded the eul. Dickey, Gayle Thomas Janice ,

ToppingSteamed IIK)'. The lurvlvor are: M.... Reed Virginia Browning, Lorle
Mixed Owns R. W. Greene, President Nellie Wood and Mn. d"ugr: Poole, Dlanna Miller, Rosle Hall, BetheloniaChurch '
Congealed Salad ILIac Jello of the Public Relation Cound !Smith d Rorheiter, N. Y. ; Marcelele Browning, Frankie Holds

with Shredded Carrots which embrace Alabama, Geor- ter Lint and Andrew Byrd both Rudy Blocker. Malone Bryant, NotesA
Wheat Muffin, Butler Fruit ole and Florida hal announced the ot Attapulgui, Ca brothers. I Clyde! Gilbert and Eunice Poole. ILN rNGZ
Oip and Milk first of a series of Clinic 01 StmmNarllaoameral. Home The parents and teachers talked most luccetwful Quarter Conference [ !
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 "Youth and Adult Crime Prevent In charge. generally about "What can was held Sunday by Presiding
School' Chnlre Ion," with emphasis on better I we do to make this a better )'rarT Elder R. C Snelling. bead
MONDAY SEPTEMBER MAll human relation. This course will The teachers found many answers of the Tallanasae District In ,
Meat Stew with Vegetable be conducted at the Carter-Parr Rites Held For the parent found varied answers charge All boards made report

more IIIlh'kilooJ. beginning Wed and yet many questions are yet The morning worship service Combating The Earwig
Tomato Slice neaday September 30, 1964 with Collins Dickens unanswered. Leading the discussion followed Sunday school at 11 a
Buttered potatoes two sessions at t.U: a.m. to 10:06: : wa* Mrs. L Stoke, chairman m. A short devotional service la addition to maintaining a
Cheese Biscuit or Muffin a.m and 10.10 am. to 11:13: a. I ot the second grade group Mn wa conducted by N. Adams.A healthy lawn,most home gardeners .
1 Service for Mr. Collln Dickens K. Atkins brief sermon wa delivered want
Butter m. Mr. Verdell D. Hamilton, prin spoke on the "Respon a flourishing vegetable
Prune Spice (Oik with Milk cipal. !Sr., was conducted from Elizabeth sibility of the Parents." M.... II by Presiding Elder R. C Smiling and flower garden.
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 ,I Dr. Greene, the director ot the Missionary Baptist Church, Sunday : Rolax discussed "The Need of *. Rev C. Jackson and offlcal The earwig rae wreak eon.
Creole Liver Clinic, and a national and International 1 2 p.m. He died at the God Being Prepared for Every School staff was commended by Elder llderabl havoc la your vegtUbl
Steamed Rice authority on human re- den County Hospital, Sunday. Day." Mn. F Clark discussed Snelling for a most IUN'lSfull"OJ1.o patch and flower garden, destroying .
Wildmf Salad stlons. with thirty yean expert September 13, S::SO p.m. The deceased "The ChIld' Health and Our erence year conducted. his returned dahliss, sinmas, holly
Glased Carrot ence a* a Lecturer, Author 1 II a native of Gadsden Lunchroom Program." was asked. hock, lettuce. potatoes, aodtrawbtrries.

Enriched Bread, Butter and Traveler. and Clergyman, hasheld County, resided and spent the Our principal, Mr. J. Fisher Funeral service for the late ( The female earwig lays bet
ot nil life here. EMs Robinson wa held from
Milk such clinic last year In major portion gave tome encouraging remarks In
WEDNESDAY SEPTEM Alabama and Georgia, (196U4 .Several yean ago he Joined EUs- after which tea and cookies were Bethelonla. 2 pnv Sunday. He egg the spring eluaw1'loand
8ER 30 school term). abeth Missionary Baptist Church served from a beautifully decorated passed last Thursday at the Gad- eg>* are stIes found In .. -
great clip
Spaghetti with Cheese and I The program has been approvedby He discharged his Christian obligation \ table An enjoyable afternoon aden County Hospital following pings. quantities After the "p'h b, the
Meat Sauce Governor, Stale Superintendents to his church and to his was had by the many par- and extended Illneu. A short pro young then shed their akin four Low tn cost and high in convenience portable swimming pool
Beans etknvman. cots Grade Two look gram preceded the eulogy. Rev. I ire becoming ullr than ever. Yet because portable
!- present.
Buttered String Principal, College and University to six times until they become relltlv.fy
Glased Carrots President Business and A short program preceded the forward to hiving another and 2. Jackson In charge, adult ready to do damage pools art still a new idea many people can make their
pools more fun-and safer, too-by heeding a few tip
Muffin Butter, and I Industrial Leaden In Alabama, eulogy. The Rev. R. Junktui pas-even better tea next year. throughout the summer ia the ,
Be that i
Mr.caln.: Florida and Georgia. toe In charge. The urvivon are: Hospital Report north and frequently thl'Otllbo'l' level ground sure with your the pool sod*re-on 5. Keep water filtered
THURSDAY OCTOBER 1Oven The fourteen hundred (1400)) Mrs. Mary Coward daughter, city out the entire rear la the moved from beneath It This erly. Datomit filters .m po
Fried Chicken student' at Carter Parramore Waymon and Collln Dlcken Jr.. Choir Union Admissions September U southern regions. Infestation prevents dry rot. mildew and be for ab.
Rice with Gravy High school will be the recipient city and James Dickens. Hartbrd. through September 21 ( Date Inclusive are usually more serious la coast 1 ruect damage to the pool liner. ground pools because

Tossed ,Safad of a great Challenge Dr. Greene Conn., tons Holds MeetingChoir ) al ",lona. I )f court. all rocks should be efficiency and portability. k
Peach Slice say he can not over-emphasute Interment was made tn the Will. COLORED The. earwig t I. tare qusrUnef emoved before setting up the cording to Jonm-Manville. Iro
Biscuit Butter and Jelly with I an adequate tnde. which will lams Cemetery SlmmJckson Margie Your*. Adnlphu Me- a* inch lour, reddish brawn tooL dancer of Cattle diatonute
Peanut Butter give the status of a qualified craft-! Funeral Home In charge. Union No. 4 held It regular Phaul. Roy Adam Dam dimming la enter and can be easily likntt. 2. Also Important when In- aid. these fllt assure (park.
Milk areas a genuine academic back month!) anng service, Sunday *, Minnie Mae Jackson. Rebecca fled by a prominent at pair its of for tilling the pool is remember. ling clear w.te at minimum
FRIDAY OCTOBtR! 1School' ground.Thee. American Ltglon September :20 at Pine Bloom Hampton. Lillian Jackson "p. at the rear body. A ng not to locate It under tree COt
"nicht nid.r'lt bides ia the soil
ChoIce educational advantage Missionary Baptist Church Green- and Mable Smart. QuIncy: Annie :Uve* and Insect* falling Into .Electric light In the pool
tae and testis
will enhance the tandnrdlsaOon of ro M.t' Sunday slums Chaplain Shoemaker railed Debris Jackson. Irene Hargrsve, arinf day after he water will tend to dirty it make night IWlnnn.

mankind and definitely serve a* American Legion Port ST win the mevtinf to order withprtI6drat Havana; Lou Gem Simmons shoots dark and*a eats Undor hole yognr ia the petal plant ip and make It unpleasant for lifer help : v: Inta
27lh a hose leisurely cool afternoon th* pooL : you're re*
September !
Church the key to unlock the door of opportumTj. meet Sunday Mrs. Ruth Porter pre Hlnson; Poole llamaway. Greens arid atamea *f flower spoMibl for welfare
All mankind must take the American Legkm Home- AU siding. bow James K. Walker Chanhoochee Th. earwig Ice IncreasIngly X A* with all swimming yen- who swims la 0
t. be urn. safety precaution are
into consideration that the city, members are asked pre. The next meeting win begin Friday ; Henry Lee MImI 01 become a anuaace la the kont*. QtaL Arrange for adult to be pooL
Lists ActivitiesSt. sent. We aaked that all memben I an
night before the third Sunday ML It iavadM ia the North.
county, stale and national government earls tatW PleasantBTRTHS MMM* Kexnt whenever the children 7. A fence or endoiuri
living end your mrmbenhtp In October at Steward Temple A. west sad the South durlai the I
do them
not owe a I ire in for a dip. Ia the rue efwignborhood around the pool will protect
Peter A.M.E. Church. SenInr but In turn we ewe 1'fIIMIt1Iwb' were In the front seats but M.E. Church. Rev. E. L Richard- JY.e; and Annie D. Jackson summer sad fall Months and children a good wandering *- pottibli
Chur entertained the union a contribution to every phase of year. So lets do the same for1J64.e. oo will be the host paator The ,Girt September 14. feeds .. garb***. ule to make Is: no small chil- save you from negligent!
musical program Sunday S p.m. our governmental life. Do not total rained at the last meeting Henry and Elam Cumnung A. edloetlee ..y combating Iran allowed In without their charfe For small portable
Chaplin Henry McGUl was In l'O'hat the other fellow has 'u $74.40\ Boy September 11 the earwig and more tkaa lot tarenti or other adult. And pool a temporary of snoti
charge ot the devotional servicec.Welcome but do something worth while on In Mtmoriom I Willie James and Irene liar- ether ranoUo *f plant aid lawawta 'OU'U want to keep a life pre- ",, cm be t Ke
: was extended by the hoi your "" 1011 can!! Exemplify\ la Living memory ot the late' Card of ThanksThe 11'0GIrt September 1 Lawa, M t* apply Sptctraeide* erver handy; *" inflated taut J.t closed whenever t t
and hisses CoatroL
president. The meeting darted bate ability, live wholesomely Mr. R. T. Jone. Sr.. who passei I Harold and Monte Jacksoa Canka tube It tin* Remember not I n ia use and 1
Sues it
with the audlanr and choir ting with honesty and deadline and away. September ,.. ISO. family ot the late Mrs. JaM Boy September :30 wtII..1IoQ a brvad.n.agelnaectirideyoe the allow twtmmen Into the a p e net top wit

I .hag which let the Mage ot choir good social contact: at home and It doe not take any particular Lee Rainey wishes to take tOils I StJonuut and Ulliaa Boy. time sad ..,... aC *iac a tool until at least tn hour ban'cased ** tupport a child "b
after the last meal climb
to participate. The holt choir abrea day to bring you to our minds method to thank their many friends September 2LInstaDatkm variety at pest eoatnl material 4. Make o fall onto I
I sang a trine\ spiritual to the Yours for a greater city The day that we do not think lor card letters tymptiiy)' t *. A ,idiKt ef Geicr OMBWral Un tad clear.certain UM water available to These.... pruuUoftl sari
beginning ot the program.Antioch Dr. R. W. Grtent 32U More- an Impotable to find. You are, beautiful Bowers and all kinds otexpreoion of root-tcp oil beanbig Corporatkn. Spertracide ta bloria pool disinfectant assure
I the financial report: lUlL, house Street. Columbua, Ga. gone, but (D( torgotten, never during our berevenwnt -I equipment are kxnejtaf say* aft able a* a Bqvid for ipnyiac .. bacteria brought into the tosiB TWI from maximum fun and freedom
The Rev. L F> Bradley gave the Fairfax M0 shall\ 'your memory fade Sweet Special thanks to Rev the CM Furl InsttuW of Florida a** ia rramilar turn la* 100.. and Mt reudual chlorine ciultirea worry while you and the
closIng remark The vat choir through will ever linger around James Nealy. minister the New ,This save* apace and ettmtMtn ..... applkattoa. ** !* with sample test kmtvaUaal your own are k bal.the heat In
unto service itO be held at HHm There are only about 100 day* your grave, where you are laid. Bethel AJ4.C. Church the send lor a kaaMr closet la a M pool wpply ..... in-the wat's S cone
UsJC.: Owefc, (Jutey.r1 left babe Christmas. Sadly BiaMd tte Jones family The Rainey Family. "' O r blPACE

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Looks A Texan Ai LBJ (!8 j4 Y UR HEALTII..j.by Ranks State Pulpwood SecondAmong Muggs OM.Heao.DtA.lctU and> Skeeter YEIt I.JST tvlt.SSIAT WD N FACT of DOC cou.D .axcavr o tloudtctMY

12 southeastern slates how YOUR AMUUAL A DOCS OFFICE! r IM TOUOMtXRHlEDABOUT l t.
) By "'m. M. Rohlimm, IT. XJC8TEB: : L COUDUir, MLD., Florida ranks second In dally CMKKOPTOOAVT FINE ," 1 1tf

pulpwood rapacity according to r
Have you read the book that ti the Florida Forest Service. In i ?
Aid For
I weeping the country In these Intense First Choking IMS. Florida's nine mllli had a r O
campaign day, "A Texan 24.hour production capacity of Yir
Looks At Lyndon It Is reported CHOKDfO M amaU objects 'swallowable" site where they 8,280 tons.
that tide book has already run find their Into the This total was exceeded ml
eau b* a seven band to babies might way ) 1.
through a record printing of three and children. big mouths of little children by Georgia1 13 mills with their

Johnson million copies Democrat, and on hal the the anxious pro Infant young under a year old, if s) Don't let children eat tons total pulping capacity of 10,11. t
per day.
do swallow foreign while running br actively play
lI'at. they any The largest pulp mill in Flortdi
If you really want to understand body stall, are most apt to ing. belong to the International Papei
why so many people hold the wallow safety plns-both open 9)) Don't feed nut or small. Company In Panama City, whirl
present occupant of 1600 Penn. And closed. bard candle to toddlers. Peanuts has a capacity of 1620 ton pe
svlvanla Avenue, Washington. D Youthful appetites Mi- euri- especially seem to be day. I
C., In so low esteem, and want to alty seem to trouble maker tot very young
we thli man called "Light Bulb know BO limits children.
Johnson" replaced with aIPW amaU children 10) Don't sleep with removable
tenant when hi* lease expire on win pat Into denture la your mouth.
I January the 20lh, then you should their mouths almost 'Introducing Comet 1965:
rend the book which a somewhat Lr I anythingthat Jamming Possibility
tally Texas rancher has written will fit. When something doe get
bout him. "stuck," berate attempt to dls-
"A Texan Looks At Lyndon" ii Older lodge It by ticking a finger
who with
by a native of the cow country play down the victim' throat may
of Texan, J. Even Haley, who bean shooters result in Jamming the object
ran lor Governor of the Lone Star Dr CoUma usually keep the and
into the windpipe completely
State In 185t. At the time of his ammunition I n
campaign, the Houston Post de- their mouth and sometimes inhale obstructing breathing.
scribed Hairy ai "a man with a the pellets Into,their wind- There II a much simpler,
keen, Incisive mind, a firm background safer and more affective meth
In history and government People of all ages should be od. Place the victim across a
and a lively undemanding of the careful in eating watermelonsand bed or a chair, face downwards,
problems of nil day." He Is the Their alipperyseeds with the chest, shoulder and
author of eleven prior work of oranges head banging over the edge. la
easily slide Into U*
history and biography such a position, he can often
Thli book U a very readable Inquiry air passages, cough it up himself.
Into Lyndon Johnson's ambitions Darter Te Deteet
methods and career. The Held Upside flows
account ti carefully documented Denture wearer are reminded Babies and email children
that when the normally sen-
to published Texas and national CIA 1 be bald upside down and
attire palate of the mouth Is
news Ira The story begins when Lyn covered by a plate It la more vigorous) slap between the
school and attached difficult to detect bones,
don quit teaching especially shoulder blade. This will
himself to Richard Me- la fish and poultry
usually dislodge the foreign
berg, of King Ranch fame, in his The following precaution
tuccesNful but dubious campaign will herp to prevent such accident body. ...rq. f /
Calm assistance
for Oongreu from the 16lh Texas *:
District Johnson went to Washington 1) Dont put anything to 1* the greatest contribution a
first alder make to his
a* Kleberg'l secretary and mouth that cannot be can ura "'
there with precocity and ambition your Mten. "patient." There Is nothing more
he learned fast, and he "took to ratifying than rescuing a fellow
2) Don't talk or laugh with
the techniques of Influence and man from danger or dis
pressure like a kitten to a warm food In your mouth aster' Whenever possible, get
brick," say his I biographer.The MOM tVeoMttona someone else to help you. Sharing
next year, In 1934, on a the responsibility will not
I) Don't" to tat while you
visit to Austin, he met and martied
an out of breath. lessen the Inner rewards.TAeee .
Claudia Alia Taylor now
known a* "Lady Bird Johnson," 4) Don't tram your mouth eofctmn ore rfetfcmea'
the daughter of an East Texas full of food, and don't try to I to relieve your /ear about
country store keeper. The follow- wallow great quantities at one keaUh through a better under
Franklin Roosevelt appointed Lima aaflMff" o/your mind end body,
ing year -- -- --- ---
him State Director for I) Chew slowly and thor AU lit hopeful net advance
the National Youth Administration oughly. lit tnedlcfcM reported here onfenovt We couldn't make Comet much tougher, to we made it more
In Texas. Haley describes this I) Drat teat your aim by to doctor everywhere livelier more beautiful beautiful. Made the outside sleeker, sportier-from every angle.
episode a* "a gigantic boondoggling "shooting" nuts Into your Toe IndiiHduol wsJtooI prol interior's
Made the more luxurious. Made engine bigger
for the every
mouth. terns t\old be KaxSKet by
youthful unemployed." yow from the 200 cu.-in "6" through the hefty new 289 cu.- to.
T) Dont team object of own doctor. He IMOW yon bed to the World'sDurability
In this work he proved office his talents toMs to UK KIM rMbiROt'TC ne l>slicaie, be.) sequel Cyclone Super V-8 ((225 hp). Made the ride even smoother, more

political for converting gain in public the Presidential solid and silent The one thing; not new in this racy '65 sequel it

campaign of 1834. The following the stamina that made Comet the World' Durability Champion.You .
winter he ran for the unex- : TOO FAMIUAK I dais had Identified the money by Champion wouldn't want that to change, would you? It didn't.
jilred term deceased" Conrrssman San Diego When fireman serial numbers." He laid he was
Austin district Jack Clbbs Jumped aboard the trying to get enough money to buya
The Roosevelt administrationthrew iretruck, he realized the truck store. J Cometthe I
It weight behind him and was taking a familiar route. It
he was elected. With the Influence -should have been familiar, for
of House Democrat leader, the truck slopped In front of his SUrRIUD nSTO.MEB
Sun Rayburn, he readily learnedthe house. His wife started a blaze world's 100,000-mile durability champion
parliamentary ropes, deceptive when she tried to dry some Jackson, hitch A customer
maneuvering, and the devious clothes in the oven. was looking over the supply of
way of capitol politicking and gun and seeing one that he liked,
soon shown with the glitter of DEPOSITS STOLEN] MONEY placed It to his shoulder, aimed Inman-Johnson Motor Company Inc.
"burnished brass." New York After robbing a and pulled the trigger. Much to ,
In 1048 Lyndon entered the dry bank William Ambrowskl deposited his surprise and the clerks the I
race for the United Slates Senate his loot In the same bank blast tore through the celling of 218 West Jefferson St Quincy. Flo-
against a staunch and strict In a checking account. Ambrow- the store. Someone had loaded
Constitutionalist opponent. His ski made a full confession of the the gun with buckshot. Fortunately RIDE WALT DISNEY1 MAGIC SKYWAY AT THE fORD MOTOR COMPANY WONDER ROTUNDA NEW YORK WORLD'S fAIR
ability to get things dune In Washington robbery to police<<. after bank of fi-, no one was hurt.
for wealthy and Influentia
Texas oil mm" and wartime contractor
paid off now. The ultra
liberals and pseudo Intellectuals
rallied to his side; and, though
he was accused of being soft on
communism and communist front l\ TEMPIE
ers, he was elected
The space available doe no
permit much more d this sordid 4
and unsavory story, a mockery on
democratic government, than to
give the remaining chapter tiller:
"Lady Bird's Business," "After
math of Fraud," "(bmt rftol\ Con-
ervaUve," "Towards the White
House." "Power To Incite And
Coerce" and "Man and Character.
." In this book Haley paints AAAA 10 B
a noisome picture at vanity, pride,

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