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hornS for III 00, ins two bedroom ". 'irwart II Qubnny' Tab.pi. .. ladeden Count Florida. to. two and Thlity.four kundreduit upon lilt book of lbs ""10 'I 0 *
horns for III 01 per month I I' ""e MAIn 7-1741, CO. : (900.05 I feel Mm ,,f the Horti- pair u trualeea. kuld II.* k .
with pollened oak tfoora, til* ,', ItTk* Sooth half of the North. Slit Corner of the Koutkeaitirtr and ssturltlo. In a capacity fr tampl, Ik* ... 'Thto enplml with hIs. tip,.*
hub and MimOsa and all mud I'kn: li I IIFII KAI I,K I bedroom houee. 1421 South Monroe ft Mat .urter ( MC:|). kVuihea tit-'it of the soalhwesiisartor other than that of a lnna rmloai that baa ...... 0.*.... that ihow *v.rr yr alnotI
.0..I.n. T B Yinlcb.rOr.ansbare. balk dining room and quarter sKIt of Sorlkweal quirSoutk (/1111' IInon owner. Not,on and ad la cfrUla ami
ira I In ''' I i .r 11110. conrrrnlnfRra. .... wIth. tile P.plloa at 1I5T
ro.in' combined I lota- Tall........, Florid and ..1'..... of indhlduili wtur ,
rl., Phons HI .. H ,,,,, Plion lop INW" hen icres oft 111. Tawtiei! t' en,, bit Norlh, Oil rttimta af Uulrana ...
HI 11311. in-nil after l lids of Northeaet q''I.r Yw., eliukholder nf a not Ihor kaa .. daRcH I. th*
or 11MIOT Basis I 0.0 tel, std 01..1'0
$101' .. ___- _____
lilt .AI.Ii: Ho u..sv I lot ill (NW|) of Bectlon Two II). .':,. Ra.t iN 10' ItVOnr or holder af shadIng fthl which tot.,.. at lbs tad af1PU
J.cr..on c.U I. W P..nut Tnvnihlr. Thro (It North Rang.Out .h':: ,': ,,) i"iity.ni,; 11101 hoods, morla in other .. pr* fnltkrwail alraool KT kllUoa
FUR RENTMEXICO "'..rork. IIT.U. It tl> 0.0.51.YOU ,...] th.n, i ," Nrth Klki: > 0 rurltlea of Ihe putillaklnBlornotaiion tI .... raaie
are hereby notified I* fill tour d..in 2 ti Minute Baal hat* bnn .1:4 mantIs why lark cadlUna
ABC pour .n.w.n ur wrtlsn ... (:S 14' M M sniy.nln. and no ludod. In paraaraph* t 'iyrmMyrrl _II..*.
BEACH I rnJ..1t1 : lt.IIJ.1 (noseS, If any In null ran*, onr tenth (II01 reel ihenre run I when the itt orost.otsamh 55 '(* ee .
,' before the Illk day ot (biuh.r North Kl\n d....*. no mmutM Individual are equivalentto gIns sways,
I ..... Shun l& (I. *l, or a I..... pro eon Cut IN ir on KI On* hundriH] I perteni or "m,,re of tke I Ot court, the forilfn iWIv
I ee-... lIon. 1 ".4..... Uenlei Hed.n SUIoa Ill ford Country (...o .111 k* .nl.'." aatlnePONB lwnly-fi'in. mill four lenlki total amount nf the oloi.k ( iwir bnyi ...m ,torn.
I twiiaar.. llrraiNi .__...4.. 0 ruler, We.on RH po. FENCEINDUSTRIES ) "" tIll 41 fen i them run North 01 leiuilllra of the publlekIn H. his been what confused ll to the objre-
I Iliwa fr e..e.. ...>..* .In.,. log auloinatlc Irma. nba. : AND ORDERED In l'wsnli.lhh.o deer.** Vortx- corporal ottrn mad to
I kltrfcea ".1... .......4 ..rrk IhbO no now..n nnsino and "rak. Qoiocy. Oadadn County, Florida sighs minute. Meet Itt II* 41 I iWI II. This item mini h* ,',,mpltd IPI5t to br tuneS of th* prof rim, Whll on
I Hill roil tar .4lt4* ... week.Call .. I urn: I;127.1711 14. aflm S ,..mI this llnd day of eplomkor, A O On* hui:,IrM roily Ikree and for ill nublltatiine eotpl >- a iomwhilbucolle on. hind they ira living away
I MA. f W lit or MAIa ,. Orl: I' II i"It. tws t.nlh. "l I) feet to 1UII' Ikoae .. hl<* do ml A'". birth control equipment over
II H*. LJUjLAIilHIKr:PAIRS: Weh.ve'' blEAt mali thru, K inn Sunk Klikty- r. .d..rll.II imlhrt ,hut Iri I Iicible th. world, tII., alio hind out
Sin "ing ma.hlno* that | iif IU.III Sour nine detreee K.ii) i Iwn minulei' lbs t-ubllaheri noo and whim C. w. Mar.i.
Wit'. unrlar" Pop repair bill Clerk of CourtBy Weal (N v I. W > ilont Mid which are named i III He,.. Ural character who tomehnw to Nationalist Chin ovr 111
III II. Tb... machines, irs In Mary V tot 0..., D ('. railroad Hiht: hundred, Thirty- lion tit III. III Ill and, worth of "Royal Be*" ..rlulta. .
TCiHAOCO FARM FOR RENT or eioell.nt hape lairlcs NO .epl. 14
.AI.& Oa Hla-hvay II new jnan.l.r. 404 Wrl.h .t 1'... 'DOK: ('.i tin-lire 'lun Bvutk ttona 4Ula. lIttON and nilof whit II called forelfn aid uvntor Rip Oiranr Brown
COUNTY 41
limit. Kt of Havana IN COURT OF Title I ,
oily I Two4.tre, > I.'. u) mlnutea Weal II nlitd Stabs Whn during lbs recent approval
Florida. HM A. M. \Vomck.Oct. .opt. to, ? OADBMC.N COUNTY, STATS OF .. ("lAo of Ohio report Thin' would
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It Oot I III| FlORIDA (I I 10 1'In. .. ." .d fltlIII ot a few more billion
1, I it -- f ( ) '*.1. ihenre run loutk Ten A Total No. Copl. P, in led I im to b* working toward op.
MONEYDOWN N* to flv h* wn outmanuvered
( Net Free nun ... way -
R'B"FUTATII Fitly mlnulM Kail (5 ) A" .* posIts dlrtctlon.
RENT Furnished Apartment IN Of lUU
FUR I lpri"I: on. huiioied BUMyn I N... (01,1.5 ..,'b lam. l>urln certain wrlteri teeming
looted at 110 K W
.hint- IHELFER: LUTEN, 500
Contact LOIE WRIGHT Ceceaied.NOTICE till feel thenr run both l'reenln II Montha' I, eipreued feellnf that wn
ton Bevle Street phono IJ7-IUJ Mr a. Harold U I SAFELY nuns dearee T Piv* minute Bust ',ot l>. Klnalo l.iue Naret the ....t... itritegle victory I ..,. Btvwi I* ala rrUabout ..

?Notlr la hereby liven that Oi* it I' II KI Dos hundred Thirty- to rtllna DaIs 1,001 ilnce the Normendjr landing. lbs fun worth af hibhto
I wllk New Dn.-A-Old undermnad his filed hi. FinalHeiurn tins CUll feet tkenc run North B. Term laid 'emulation I To 0 S Sum .1.... I. Tarker. Ill **".
ubacrther
I TABLETS Only Ho of Ik* Lost and Will Report and aa Teelamentof Biooutor Beit Klehlynlne(N If 10 defreee 11:1: Tn No till mlnutM fool Carrier lh.llven' or ky ky Mall ink Tot Rep. Piaamai kai developed lot (all* Mprrtala bw bbbl

F. p. MAY DUO 00. H UP TO 36 MONTHSTO Julia dhelftr Latin deoeaeed I* .(. Joe Paper i'" Monumantlhne .r Mean: A....,* No. ('op.I end rei..... eomeailoundlnf l.m 055 k* .... I* slop eanvMinlal
FOR RENT and baa alao filed hi. Petition for run ttitutk Four deireeiTw ennui'h lent tloriog Pr*. figure From !> > .'1'.10..
PAY Order of Dltraiitln and III..ppll..llon mlnutoi Keel II I' .l VIkundred redlnt II Mnnlkn I,III Kin-
a .
top I'ln.1 Dl.rhhrii tWls 1"1'1.nln. and lie nsa. N.....I Tot FilIng _bar II. lilt Ihrcagk INI.V. a

FOR ALE One repoeeeeeed and that .n 10. III' day or Oi' "' -.'Slant h. rill II' feel: IA ... .hat_ .Kitnaiea I. gold koldlnti dropped And of court, pcrhip* I
Modem I Rcdmoni unhirlahnd .. 17 ''?. **, rtlMl Typo I"rl.ld.I. .1 FREE ESTIMATES labor loll at 10 Of A. N. or asron. Jt.N.;; (hors; ;; inn Norlh ClihlyIn : inronin Aitnla, from ever IU bUlbs t. slightly clinic li the thlpmant mid
Food Pr...... Like new I your CALL theroaflor an Ih. IInd.ul.n. .ton' No mlnuto Kiel Me* LteNlora. :>r .ih.u ml..: more thai |ll<. Billion, i drop bth* forilfn IM rxperta with
Apartmrnt. Lnralrd' U ...1.01 Aterai No Conle .*,-k I..
Unll .arranl, will mcli oh nay ba hoard, ka will apply ( MM "!"' Po' "Klfij three unit
ef ... *.* M*. S. dnlliri
| J. t*. cf MtreiLPreiumibly
Dul.ln| l al Til \\'. VUnhlnslon.Hlthln for half ",.Ira. 1'.. It II 11..1'1.1 l Iu Iha County Judi at 051.4.5 '"I'ahnnd.dlb.:' Itlltlr pun 1'urliitr I -edlna II .
Yun's. Q.lnr 11'' County, Florida at hi. office I I. ..t: IOn' o inn Bouth Twenty M.mthe 71. Ulnila Iteue e e lbs ilomn hr li
Milking; dlslnnr of 627-8661 'h. Court Houee la Qulnry, Flor. ill <.'.r..> "Fifteen minute. Kaai Near**! To KIHlif 1..la l Ill In the lam period the other htp itarrlni p.oil* |*t CT *
f4iool and chunhf TAKE I'P PAYMKNT8 Zmntth' Ida for approval of eeld Final IS II' It 1C:) k..ntyflv (II) C Free Platrlkullon Inrlud-, eountrlei ..dudlnlh. RuaioChina thlnntr on Mtrcil"k .
ahopa" Pnrtabl televiiion ML 111 HI rtatura and Reoov and for aa foot ; tkoni-o inn Mouth Ihre. do.raea Inn aampleei" bv )1.11. I....
1'.' month 0 month aervlreiwllry Quincy, Florida Order of Platrlhutlon and for fifteen mlnutea Can II ".. lull very. of ky Other bloc, ilmott doubled 000
till i In effect let full Final t>.lckari* *. ou.h BnA : ..... I* II' 1C I Ono h'n'red fl>l*.. Moons: Averaa* No. Conta gold hold III.., going front III H live pan*. I. _..,
Ckll 127-7111. during bunlr**. tunrlh'Ihtars' IIt.w"I'Youa', I (1141 foul thonro run North anh lama Dtirlni Preredlna billion to over 124 II billion. *v.r Ik* rpwt Ihil hi4lriW4hat
koura, or 127-1214, iii.r I po"" quinn)'. II -- -- --- loll Atn.y Lllt.1I Bllhly-oil: 4.iro.. Forty.flv.mlnutM II Mnnthe III Pintle I*. 505 I* ml mane.vrln| Rep.Faaamai .
Florlllor nf the Jilt Will East iII* It Rl nlxniirndxl in* Neereet T* Flllnc Oslo:
FOR BALE nillleriflcr I X and Teetamenl nf Julia Phelfer .....dII.. Hundred .,.hl I". l. lame period, free werldrerolfi .. gpO itltl nor
m"' h.1 Pius ehortwav receiver. I I HOMESElngsberry Luten ....'...... and Thirteen hundredth. 14m III D. Total Nn of ('opus MetrlbUld mllon Itwreaeod ...... ", ..., valid fr faroln gIns

man 00 I.. Writ Rot eeveral-p"I radio I Oreaory and Tombs' fiat t. the point nl ..e.lnninC Hum of lino. Ml, HI Into of U.. dollar* trim IIIH away, cam SaIl al a vfrlarrwaa
Il broIl << nC'Osdo.1.n Attorney* for Bieoutaruulnry .nl.l.ln. Twelve sod Kl:'.hiy- and C A...... No Cnple Will! .. almost HI "'III... achieved nil eoomi aom-
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un-I Fob leeu
__ Florida one kundredihi 11111) aim. hurlna ',or..
...,,1 10 IT, II, (VI I 41 marl *r loei. OslO trotS 00 lind log II Monlha' I'll Nln.al O0l what akin .. ,*.pl. ekaIng
I kelnr a r.rt nf the Weal halttWh h.". Neareat |o mini On December II, IBftl hepolnla loudly mad aiadly whoa fcariUr.

TV SERVICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS 0 f \ Uii rier IsIs I,inl. nut the U. S. netlnnil. maaaia la avada t.. police,
PLOKiriA ITATt>TEK: (IWO *' I'I\I Revon I ill.a and I certify that Ik* etiteraenlimade pO.ias.tPo1.sas4loO.p.oO.MP..l..o"One.Roorn {
HSmAIIU In Ih. Court of tk* rotinty > mall nrllnn In the Norlheut hy me above ar* oor.oel
'-. 4 Mere Ire e. All BekeeM Judae. Cludeden County, Florida Qt.rtni' IS' II 0' tho 1I"h..1 and eompleie
In I'rohete 1./1I..t. 10(11. Pootltmo .IvtCoiinir J loss llulihlnaon,
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.la ,455MACES --..-- In re i: &.,all of Ill). To.n.hlp (005 III North, rilblleher
I O o. COX 0.050 Threa ill 140.1. o.d.d.n
j-un RENT NIc', b.d.untnhu. RADIO k Dac..iodUs NIITlrlG11I"1

... tall MAin ;.1700 If Greenwoodand All (',.dllo,. and I'.r."n. This, nolle Florid I l.i'e:! I nn 000 ,,,. I. h.r.b .Inn that lho

pith HUNT!: ('ompl.I.li i ..n"I.h.d TV SERVICE 1 I I lIsting lalon'. or Demandi porous 01 In *e,'tl.u! 4101 Ill. fltald ..0 A'ljll.ln..nl. p..I"
Aaalnet Held Kitala: '''I' ny pennon lit ll or th* Cod
Ideal r" roupl f Florid Rt.tllt. III Iffall 'ou
bouee i lOt IIoot: ,.,,_ You and ouch of you are keroky to file nleadlniiea "f "'dlnon..... my of gulnry..
atuiAblxitt. reipunux i7smaI C.lrnnlst
He. at Home Trailer lark by -Aga.s IN Gr.y Parts.,
notified and ta Florida will hold
required pre.IeOl.nytlaintss a Pulillo hoarln
it Sunset Acres .I demand kereln required' a JiidinienloV"the"r1lneVl.dTrl"k" al I le evlork V:, M Hon.Hitlldlnt .- V. lOil. Qrai Alsoltns) 05 TO

Foot RENT Apartment for renton which you, or either of you, may by U.;/ \ I !!! ;, lot (1I.tob. 50th 351 at lbs
101 Wool Waehlna-ton Street USINCSS [It.vsita 10.1 lbs Mint of 0. O. Ih. plaintiff in Ill t'oiopisinu. "lIt hail 'n lbs ('11, ot 10111111",
Call MAIn 7-412J from l-l tf 1 CLARE PLEMMONS COX, d cr5.50 1, IsIs of eald Cots,'. WITNESS my bund .. ('inrh 1"1"rld. .n Ih. .1'1'.1 lIt I".nn Castles" I I
AHNOUHCIMIHTSFRIG1DAIBE ty. to ih. County Judge of O.d.. Ud Ih* ...1 of suNS Court I.QulllO .1., hans from lbs d.nl.1 ..t Sha .
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Phore MAIn T den County Klorlda it hIs offlr ,, Qadeden County, riorld. Ineperlor .f ski ('It, afijuln
I |II ln Ik* mart ..ou. of ..Id Oounty thus tk. || diy of BeptemUrIlll y denylna her ppllrtloa, Creativity and Iraaglnalloi are OB. et tk. lotelleat WIT I.ilvs .
at Qulnry, FlorIda wlihla *l. f<,r permit lo add to her reildenr
kef word I* th. uleellM of.furnlihlngi
home
FOR RENT lalrndar mouths from tk* limosof tIRAL) at tni Rniitk Key a I reel, hMWiieeof ywr IndIVIdualIty
lbs tInt publication of thIs Fn-wm hilt laik of lufflrlent rear yardThl and __I.. for and personalIty .U wIth V.bpaper. >

null ,. Ta. .npleiof each claIm Clerk ef Circuit Tour! ofOadiden lbs slant apartment, b. II a Tk ..rt.t, la Uittir M
or demand sOul In wrltlna I County, riorld ink day ., lepimkrMlMHIl ,
sod hill slat. i:place of ron By IMUflae H Rearlieptity A I. lOSS. 5050'POlOlO caalla or at effl- well as color, daalu n4 polotsr
Office Space 4.osao d pot .."k. addroe* eth lerk lir APJrHTMKNT f>FTMk eleiicr ipartnent. Hf earefsllfleleotlBf U eidlai ........r yo* pr*>

,15EN.THSERVICE' rlalmanl, and ikall k* .ewor Repl II ''-,. I. I. II It ) CITY COP' QUINCT FWiR.tly sal oordlBatlBf tk* far a formal er formal atntoe .
____ -. to k* the claimant, hIS *.ent. opanled lilA
utloro.y and ..... ky a M II Date fifillir and aoooMorlee vei phera, Early "..rlo.., Com* 1
I Ito TIIK 'IH'I'IT <1M KT OFTlin
Air Conditioned : filing fee ofdelm en. dniiar sod .lIrh : MHNII JI'PKIAI. fill Chairman lbs imalloit epartment ass ..- try Colonial, federal, YWtoflsaContsmporary |

kill k*or veldIVFT demand. not ao filed tUIT. IN AMI' ) FOIt UALNIUkiN ___ IM:..!,..I.-It Sent the tail hal pereoeeltlyt or Modtr. some |

WILCO BUILDING I ('. COX Ol'NTT IN KISIRIPA.. IN iMAII, I.AIMH COOlS tk* _pall&. Tilt eeleolloiot paper kv matchIng fabrics I

I StillER II tOOK .CHANCKKT.NO 5.514OliIEVN IMIKI'HN ontlNTT. FUmlPA ...1.* patterB and tettur far draparla sad ar* Ideal top I
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FurnishedWill A. ciltorl of the l. | Will alllFFIIII INRI'RANII I A Utilities and Teetament of O a C.... HOMER rlNANCIlI'OMPAM' CT Plaintiff !. wall sad Sour comlngi end the wall sod window are* that i iI

Alter to Suit i St w rt Voung'i dot puhll..U..n......01'I..t 0.plsmbar n."U. .auon. a Florida I'lalnliff,irpor-. 1II.IU.ItTIIIAMII.TOlf: va ll draperaad ipholalerr IrreilUr ll ibip By Mice I I IIk

Your Needi 11.1'1 Il. II. 101 I. I U ,,' f.brle malt V. mid mIlk Ihe tarn 4I(| for will ...1 f
i "ILUAN OLIVER rlllJII'T\.IN Nt'TICK I* IIPRRHr: Tll'enlhal Idea ot unIfying. tilt deooritlimlemeil Iraperlae, ye. eai Soaks the

NOTICB! RI'MPTON.sod hi. wife. ESTICI.i.H Iwfendenl I, Mho w Filwaroe: kherlffof *. Proper icl IB a par. room look larier mom ipaaWeve \
OP FIXIRIUA
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APPLY eoen fminly. P'i'ssida. un
WILSON'SU UM'NfT. OF OAHHIilcMNOTII : MUT1CH UK rORUt UMIHM d., and 10 mumbo of a Will nfHiarullon amoml reqMlremeal that U. and ro.. sam ovai Kaioa.

.1'I H 11 IIKIIIC8T GIVEN Hotel,.fire laiued enl room "wear*" tk. furalture UK. bvllt-la lUxa** areas krttei4lBf
CAPITAL PEST CONTROL thatlu roll"I 10 iltapise U', .Wra-i.y'aSr.r' lbS 0' lb a.b.nn.,tiiiod 0.1,1 I.
riorlda Hlelutee nil Sod follow II t'l.rhof lbs i.bo. .. ,1.. cou... h... Ion.. Good doelg, Bed lot k* II'jtl5llVS the drapory 0154. -
I real Caatrol Terailio ins dearrthed land In Oededen > Ills flrrull Oouit of lleded led 1I""n ,.ia '.filluwln |iro|..rly tot today it ....&. IBplannlac
Ceotrel Hal Sad ".turn?. Florid, will b. offered County, riorlda. will on th* I'h eiliial. lylni and halos In Tot deal really ee4 a lena
ITh! IIJ xl: : ', u.ii for aala at publl 0.1..y for thhlaheet d.. .0 1I.n".. I.... at '11" Oedaden I nunlv, Florida. Iu wit 1 small ipartaeil Is.tans ftom k
th' I
Hoaek Faatlaatkea < .....-. ANsI tro'aidat'roflbs *) comfortable, WIlt ,
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end haul cash kid at Ihloulk line III FrI Twa Itoor ". ...1... bow.,.', saa
Call TiUibaaao.. Fla *"l,alw.ysa.h.hlei lo door of th. ('..url Ho... Jededtn reiinlf C.iurihou.e' dan. IH Nunher A4AOIII4t, roper, plaailBf. JOlt' .....1)
BI.L KNAPP fWOKS full or at Quinn, riorlda offer for eele SItu kp lbs *p*.* UmiutlouI
ovoi wen an4 toar 'rat IMI: AM. on Raturday, the l Imel Florida Tea NumberII roooj aaitle* b
time. rarn 121 la Illl a and tell al pukllo eulory t* Its avoid Ml kola ,
part lbs 50I0.* inik day of October A p., till 111, Till numb 40IIITI ailed e. to aoellyarrori I
....k on blab eomralaalon and.. COLLECT Uf lOs, Hat* ktakeit bidder f..r rail,. Ike fol.Inwlna .. A. ho P.oP..I of lbs .h.... or M I _.U..* refer kirmlic 14 iitltit.i'
....round h. deerrlked ,,
it
bonne. "1..01, properly
HOME MITE IIM431 II IlllDoecrlpllna
n.ln.d .rondon'. sod 111.0 50 Ohs BTMtloal .
free. ate In tbem "Mle.l and regrel"pvrohaae 14 Idtamla.. Tb.
In... Equipment furnlehed Uadeden Oouniy, riorlda, Ird day of November, (III, k.. to H
Write to Wm .:. Pierce, 710 N OFFICE HI-ITU if : A..,. In NW Corner of aro t. wilt, : twen Ik* leaal koure if .1., kit Ml ot properUoi wallpaper Uduitrr k4 pjd

II,.., Orlando, 1"1. t A<- tract In IW Corner Ona.fnurtk rll ..,., mar ar "....*,. eleven .'....... In Ikefurenooa tor lbs room Ik* ....* kuiy leekiloaj Npreraiaiil '
of |. hilton I. I..., of dlmenelona III feet by and two erlork la Ik*
blAKE aelllm MONEY I Avon In If your you sparstime bans I '. ::'LIrl: III. Rani* 4Fdwln .*. feet, la in. Houlheeot till.,. 5 flnrsnn''. 011 .Id dsy. .1 Ohs tid tk* ...,1. wk* will ooeapr ta ree**| year Today, MirHpen

4 hour. a day I oppur. from your F VITAMIN AND ..1. tar *f lbs woalkM Quarter door of tk* OBirl Houie la Uularr Ohs .puUDo.&. sos plaatl_ 4 of
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Raur af Ike Nortkweoi Quarter |IICIof Oididen County, FlorMa, I
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horn. Writ Mra tJorothy Mar.lln
Avon Hanagnr. P n HOI HEALTH FOOD SERVICEN.tural II 1'miaitos and 0505mg I.BKK ('llIrt'I,. COOllY BCt of NWI el Hootioa llj will offer for ails *n4 ..ll t* A "oio-room *..U.* I*** lot rtiyllrete4 for iraater aoll.]

IMt MRN Tallahaeia. Fin. or OAIWDBN COUNTY, FlORIDA Town.hip I North Mem i ih* klaheet bidder far ...It la W iBparaoeaJ af lackIng I. yMlataioa, big., lullng ... >
VitamIns and Adverllee leptemker II and Ootober Wilt, Oadeden County, riorlda. hind the akova deerrlbtd
sail ....Utl. II Health hoods I, IM4 II kalni a por100so I ..rosA .rt,. a* the properly *f sail prop.d*. ....,....... Far trim III I kv ty, sad a* s way I. keel tk*

FOK SAlE I bedroom horn* In from. lOs lend ef Houotea ,....., I* eellify .. Kills.nIh. loa parfaotlr cka/nlif **4 olori clear ai4 brIght evi
ATTENTION: LADIES MIss Audrey Rei'ct Owarr -I Hurmeh llelikl Illeei 1114Illl Parrlek a. 4eorlke4 In War I..." altar
103 W. KIng 8&.. Ph. U7.nn I=------ -. 1I..ooU. "rive Tnb.phaoo II?. renty Doed ,. sail, Houel,.n ...*...*. kkeriff! itrlklac taenp la V5P7 imalllpirtmU MvaraJ .1..1.... MatMlkrer ...
CIIRISTMAH TIME Our Me lept. 14 (Oft I, I. II 41IN Parrlek from II R Aedetoii* O.ded.n Fluid, whims Ik. beats. ri.llirsrnoala *MOrtI..... tkelrolr
..rnlrg tI", .. $.....I op.n U. kl. ..It.. Uiuie H 114 ; of lbs
In. lop .om.n who wish toisum. I I TUB IRWIT? (,ll'HT-' r nIao. dated April It. till and "n" carpal aid rag
n. M.k. a marrlr 'hrl.1 Tit ,.. BKComn JI-MCIAI. CIK- recorded: : In (Vfl.lal: II.. ooll -lt(0EIIl ilorai wr* provided I* a taaafacltirori. lbs tailll. ...
mea, for youraelf and familyXV RAOIGao4 mmmIImj' CUT. IN AND FOR OAlMDtr Ibink II p.,. III. In th* Huh- ".lIr. to k.r.by 01050 lItsI th. nlnlalar* ...o.eu. lor Ik. ifa..
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Tallahaaae*, Fla, ar tall lit TV IERV1CI < : OIlYIT err l bed | sow'. mure or I... heerlna al SOS |. > k H Ma ,..wkr* practically ...f7 plo ken furilablmi .
nn. n Ct'lT OF "1IHltrA.1rI: A 111'1. 3(150 rpllI ((I.'ANT, kelni further and mono porJlleuiarlf Ills Mlh day of (...I"b.., III tt firaiur ary4 1 dual ,..,. ... ThIs
....1.. aa ill I Flail OAIi"llFM COINTTIN a Florida eorporalloa, 4eortko4 a. folio**. a I lbs City Nell In gulnry, P1... III.... pour Job .. color 4oor4tatlil >
PlaintIff lo-wii da o* Ika propoaltloa of wkotker JOM.ItooaI. ....', *4hiilablaibalfoi
LOUT 14 foot bolt drtfiad npta ...... pad .".to : CIfAII<'ICHY. Oommaaelnt al tk* oaalef *i4 daooritlBf *
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my Sc' AlTO RADIOS WHAOM: I P10017 NP1tAtOTIsod VICTORIA aid BKt of HC ef lion af III* folkiwlnt doarilked iIorl plaaaail pr.jsat.
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OHI> NWI end lablis. wkkk fold lush WIth lbs
Mardeoa Flak ('sm. Owner rio
NELSON wIts MARCL1. .... sod la lbs City of g.1... riar-
I I*HYIOHMUP.RT piw en .In. hosts Pius for a 41.. ,,
ruin boat and pay for ad CallMr mom ills f.0515 CAMPHFIK I.AR N.IJP'iN Jf>NB$, dAMPS: tan..* of He feM lo Ik* POINT I... I...'" wall aofad tOed ka.am* k.44, Waahlailo. Irrlaf oft** ...

.Kmleclk after Ot I 1.oo I,p.II irII7T. II 'VIDA1' rAMI'HEIJ. KIXIIMK P rJII,1l; If torlonrA IMP IIif.dIC: :; PEVESEPArujIrtOf (,I" HkXIINNINa and *>Mlllieoe4 (All too of I* 1,1 5.nls i Numh.p 4"'Isis IIII TMrte..'.I- orklall Ubla lOst aoald k* beyOnd kl* ...., ......,...,*
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NKI>T. BARBARA P PAVIM eornor the I .. .. mora or raIsed I. JlllkC" .....1, aonvoda
able 4 TV .aCII I HIKER T. I'll LY AW. WAI. HINIK/N and IRENBNKLNDN lee, kereln 4earihe4. rrniaMIM'I Ion aonordlna u 5 p1.0 of kl Inl..t..JI.dooa, M
FOR SALE LIE l>. PHILTAW. NATHANIFI.CHILTAW : I". .14 miNT StY 11"1111. aid Mania Fare Pt.Otslt.a0l -. **4 aUnraf allIs wkkk *
ION Wo.o ... his. ekgasl Illtl hslggwy1.
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AI.FA KOMICHItllIPHIL r.* ihenre North for a I I. t>ee4 PV.nk _I' kooomnodal. lotkla.,
HOUSES A 101 A IIIt'PI. C"IHKER, NOTlrn TO ANIWKHIITATB .1.anroe t em* hundred fl.e "K.". Mae lit I* Ik. offir tlataal It wac| ..* ..*,." It*)'
FUIHII1A To JBAM-"' of lbs (.1.... of Uaaaa cklna. ilauwara TV
aol EDWARD CHAIILU HOW.ARD. OF hail tad I...... '.* WOOl for Ike rirr.ltItourl Uttl IkIl keaiUfilkoae
-- NIT NICl..ARn. whoae a 4tain e of on* kundroit ,... In ind fv n.d.".. HI n .....,..... *l/-o 4lllo*. room,
P1.10110' reeldenx* and ...dr.... after 4111- 1111 feoi. Ih.n.. run M"nil -maty. ri....4. maId ,M .... .r her au To4ar a.. M 1Mwld MV rlor4 I*) IMformar
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LEON .. .enl eearrk *n4 Inquiry 11 f,,r a dieuora of one kundred hog an* kiin4r4 feel 511500
AN 1C A EmAIl UUJ BTAMII : 1..n..11'1.1.0.. IIIIlardIII floe net) feM. then, e ,.,n which I. pow rlaealfled aa 5.1'Il 1 **.ladlo. of Ikaa ..*. ilory, I* M .ull.l it

FOR SALE ... fharlly latin Peat for a 4l..*oe* of an* lbs crfklal iiinln map of IOnt'lly pro4a... tklla I* almoal try a.pIul how I.* usa ,.1..,* 14dlfl
MOBILE HOMES 1Io'.n..t. KlaalMi Monk Carolina knndre4 rive lilt tint of Qalnef alf k* rkaidla
| Ue _..Iabl. perIod ... (./.., ll laull room. Walle
TO A NIC A KVANI: sod To* are hereby nwlfled Ikalill I-OINT OF HexilNMIMr n'.I.This.
t Bedroom coarrHa Mark Bcrrlce EVANS: ha, 1Iu. "", It married a. kee keen krnn.kt ...1..1 Tki'. kalnej los eeme *a4 Ideal.I'el Htk dey ef B.pleintienrnr and il a fraclioa of lOs _t of ,*>*r k4 hens .... ll MveralUl
alee e UI.UK JlVAj: and BV.ANK ."u la Ik* limit ('.... ofDadedei parrel af reel property 51rtto. Ult ...... mad* .all*. I .( om*.
do*. eratral koatlnf. MartoBaDrtvn hot kuehend, If n>*rrld. /r'::: la aid for lbs .pad 4* ".'1'._ kerel (nmMleel a ofh.. (IIrr
ewaxw Iravlaf tow*. New Moo,,. Virlott HAKFR SMITH and iboond trrull of Florida I* Warraaif I>ie4 deled ;eou.are >f O'lloey, PiorldeMf
UJ.iOO. Card..". Coneer. tlewirL KMITH tie whOa, if married: ky at. Jee. rapor Co",..*y, II lilt a. re' .r4ed lafifri II. V PIMkeryer 1M4
I RASHER SMITH and .laintlff keroia. sad polar.toraby I' i.( Bame I Bedromwa trarn eapent* Mice eli Utod Trail..as' MITIl, ale wIts if ....rt... repaired to a.rvo upon paee II." la Ik* ......11. AM'PS,'
aM ir wu JAPAN WRIGHT sad Ootiaa. Kklvare, Owya C I'ai- rtMorda af (tM4e4e Cwity.Plortdai I I. 1'._
dlalnf room, ... foam, 114flHweirfcofo WRIOMT, h, ......on.. I If war.rled lei plaintiff altwaoya, ....... and M Ik* earn an4Id.sli.al 115,1', of flIp 5, Q'slorp aol ECUADOR The Equator in Spanish
iliel A..000. .- W. Uade ..r furaJfure ensaythIog OtXROE H. FMITH an4 ..d...* I. lit ROM Park Avon**. III tosS kr III '....I '.inch of 1"ilp C.mmI.ui'.s I.......,
,', el vela PATSY wit Tall...._.. "Iorl OBOROIt tA"AN"Sod EAT wrlttea defeneee la SkI ......,... H.,. l..'ieiralloaf in ,.rir iTjiI; : :;: .... 0
I BnlraMM, radwenl ....... KOOL SEAL (,'R It Florida roam. Milk !- W. KIT. I ') aid -_ CUNIOAN lore Ik* Htk 4r of Oowkor. ..-,... a .'*'|.|,... frm fa tOe Court ., Ik* Covaty am* *f hash AoerWl lille weie* elowat '0.
h.. wife, if ...a....... 144. **4 Ik* onalaal *t *oi4FARMER'S ,..11I.. ..... 0... sad as n. Ji4<, 044* C..a" Florida ,
SOrrel aVaMol A,11.000. 0. .. M H' mO weal *lTalUhaie reovM. TK* 0q14W cool 11011sOPe.lIlMsOiIvnIsIaahnsIvs.r
........ .'. eal' Mortf**or II.... I. Probe i*
t BnJrooiwa .** ktork.Dnrlda T a1qIaIa .... I.. t* r.' kXate af ''
marrr raoea 050'pad. ......a' la final deevoe W for*. NOaH .. MeKCOWff. ., IreieMl $enln.. sod *lkw > Sos
ream. Btlllfy ... n-rw. HARDWARE elooaro oataree lepiowkaf II Dooaa4
mini brad,. oak hill la Ike keve-oirle .eee 'T* Art Creditor. a4 ,.'.... _.ai. o.. s..,.. h'.ai I. dis '

Doer., II n.... Drtve. Oak till Writ T__ sadbsgls said Court, IVMkMVnwiM tI..,., eialat of t>aa.... wHaV IM Ma r*>iaen 015 *e MfVer o '
A.....' **I4 Cetalai hdbedi.
Flit Ill.OOO. IIMIII BACK ,.. sad oaok .. pa. ate ...*- o ,
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Ouls! Clerk ., ike "_It Twirl ky atlfi4 Sad yoejiiirod I. ..-
IR....-. klrkaa. 1a Season Close I)*...... C..I,. Pk>n4* .... aar alaiata cad 4.asudawOod p

bat heat sad air .saiId14ali Br n'f Y. MOM p... .. Mtkee of too ourfaiaai
1 ... ij' ..... wfl4wmall Pleuaikukf rutawea. Cl* 101 I U '. 4oroM4. l of
'.,.... drip'seSI'pi't. I lapaUea Pipe sad fTttla-fc : Or OWHKNINIPMANA'IBktCNT ,sold C...... I* ika c...*ly*j'*.4.*
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IrtfJ A.-, Holiday i l Wale HoaJare TU atoere). Air Conditioners AJfb IIW.T ,of 0.*.... C....,. Flerlda. al 1 ls Oriypansl ItI shlsf p.4 5.asd 4
axaVnkttrkr G. E. Room LATIO" lASS of Mioker ... I his. ."M. la ,... _" ko.... of me Inate Chill Ovwyve ** < ke "
IWraowa, fnaM. !f Gas w4 OU tUlf .(... Moikvaj SIlO, fill II. ,saIl Coooly al Qelo r. FiarMawtikla .
*. al OreOa. sad Uf tailed ItalM fodal all : fr. ab wi'e OvC *. f fe kevlew ens eW**.a li .

U..,. M. ".JOO. $185' I (lot* W rtUe. IIIKi tieia ..,.** .4k lies .,54 weeacfreeil pism i'

S0d05 ; ROCCOPIPE RL 40&-230 Volta. 8, 00 BTU _ ,,'I.' aval at .,aklirall TiaioaI ..*! Oad4ea .. .>! tkie*lalo' *.II't Il k ofeoei >e iee d wM> ixe hIs's prsad) > \,
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I Fra.(.HWr W lm*< Weekly I la I wrtHea. ... shall He to Ik. eol15d.yQmols.I'ss4 I.hails. .
...... raraUe... oar*. M wad. $290G. t l,emt .0 a W Kaav of fl.e I IOM af roo4e ... pool ." .. ., ws hul dm. 1,000
tr ...".. ..... Md "'"". a.tarn. I RD 801-230 Volts. 18. 00 BTU _ ., rkUeHoai II avnikM4w ,.....'_ .t Oho eialooiL ae>4 i _
., 1.4. 0....... & SUPPLY CO. **> oMreot.Illll ': :".1' k* *._ t* kr Ika *lala>. pas kfa.i Os whiss a. 5ise .
,Ins Co.ssy. n"1. sal. his **..!. Of' an'wo.y. sad nOha
1 TZARS or Ian a ,-...'.. ky a flllaf ... ofoaa
LEWIS K. GREGORY .. r-...* */ Ik* Ma4oaar. ..11.. ... nek elai, ar ... :
T* TU* Ar.* E. Chest Freezers lava a. O-.| Hvola.o* <*. I.... ao4 ao fl4 okall ko pall. i
REALTOR PHONE mutt n *. .. Ik. 1._*,.. .... Wllleo II... MeKaowaof
IS W. w JMlTfOTOl IT. i Ill We.. ll* *..... ,..._ Se 'I.latsislur .14 III Rota'. _
121'2"BRICK I Illl. B. Maaww* SlreatTALUUtAUCE. I Ill?. ho r Cooair. P1.111. bob .. M'ewa. 4eeeaee4Ftrot ;j .
ITOtUCA $189CB24S17Cu.Ft. I. Haiaoa a4 Addr..mI .14 oikletailoa ..*<_kor I* .
CB 23242 Cu. FL _ .:. I..'..... Mlla. sad ..**. 'loll lops |* "if 11,1101 41fCWIT I
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1'......... Oaf ClasSy ..... fee AdixaiMralo* ,
$259 tiekere, 55*, JIM *tk4'nor I
HOMES ::: Pttwwr- '
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COMPLEin.Y FINISHED H-I P10.145MaasS *4 iefl / lao.Usiosal. I ,

"8.39 p rMkeept Lib 25 Ytxrr.bmM G. E. Refrigerators I .. */w*.r: ."Itr-l Q.lart. Flaroda Plieaera. / :'' _'. _. ___

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Old H In Trod Peainea Ctt,. rw.< uTk II no p..sens.ssve lea'. ... saen'y'' S.sI.dm'I
.....) III Bar I:..*. ALSO- New IltiAd&tloni duns. Bothroooite $195 *,. ... S ..einaer| OIl O*<* lel "tawtanlM > Mil **)
TA 244-14 Cu. FL Blfl Ccpadty p. -. lavwo4 1
Repairs ky Pe.rf r.kl> ilkeny I". 1.0545115 ._* taea*. k* O.neinH M *. .......,

i. rut i iJtan Hap wont jJle.sasw11 Is JICIIIr..... ...-. *l **ro.elo. tile IW II bold

100% FD lANCING TB t03 12 Cu. FL. No Defrosting EYer ., $269 L P a.".:.,Nib.MOadhd4s PWVti Noel..l **.*re ... T1X. 1., Mwa k aary ass W tile la..

t A *>4 <.k.: 0Ia.I --'N ....104vrfat tile venily uy

ll 'wo.. .0 -. **M 4 W..., *r..*. barrios New Tick Ceexeiale'iCrlkkie .
s. Mod.l Horn at 80 l5Wi tWashin9tooSLTe $295 ; Pe< *. MOT* ;f fc.Aaw .
ICCu.FL.NoDtfrott1D9EYet : ." 54o4&M.el.aa. h.I14W01. < sea rw.i4W *. Ceo*! Zaa ewe) *.

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china cabinet glass doors- 39957PC. ponents feature multi-layers of highest quality Felt.
pliu utility drawer. and storage compartment MCLVDLSt S-Pe, 11 l'C r"" ,., I BEDDING _.159.85 Long wearing,heavy woven cover add$an extra touch
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The Posture Foam Quilt Box Spring is specially designed .
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Designed oad Built to Specification for Donley Stores
DINETTE A KITCHENETTE

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Table and six chain In gleaming .
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Danish Group bee the ripe beauty of I natural wood
grained walnut finish. Each piece hat quality eon- WALL BRACKETS FOR
traction featuret and U made of select hardwoods
$18 8 proportioned to do I service Job of storage bealdee EASY INSTALLATION ) I
looking beautiful Come In and buy this value while WALL CABINET
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE

VOLUME 14, NO. 40
QUINCY, FLORIDA J23S1 THURSDAY OfTOBm 1, IM4 ".:R COPY TEN C CENTS
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I Millard Caldwell Slaps All Being Lake Day Talquin Process Treated- Bids School OpenedAn Job I Annual Farm Bureau BBQ



apparent low base bid at
Inaction At CC Banquet ) $277,266 181'f'l'l'IVfd by the >-

For Shad Today,Gadnden County School Board las
Thursday for the construction of

Millard Caldwell, Justice of Lake Talquln will be treated I an 18-danrotm elementary school
the Florida Supreme Court, told today for undesirable fish according on South Stewart Street In Quln- Slated Tonight At
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members of the Gadsdvn County to an official of the Game e) Armor
Chamber of Commerce Monday and Fresh Water Fish Commls-I Four bids were submitted wild. .
evening that these words are as lion, The public Is Invited to Oilpcppcr Construction Cn. of Albany
watch the Ga, the apparent low
true today as they were when Ed- poisoning process which
will begin between A 12-room addition to the St
mund and 8 o'clock .
Burke spoke them two -- -
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turlea : "The Attd mis morning and continue throughout Johns Elementary School broughtan ,
ago only thing neceaucry -
R.G.Arnfiajs
apparent low offer of $107,188 t
tor the triumph of evil Is the day.
tor good men to do nothing" The application of chemicals to 40 submitted by the Williams Construction }, Ii j
and Supply Co ot Quincy r
Chamber members from the lake has been postponed Nice Guest
Speaker
throughout Gadsden County, and due to unfavorable weather conditions. The firm was the lowest of ;
seven bidden "
heard guests Justice from neighboring Caldwell give counties theprincipal Lake Talquln was designated a The Stewart !Street bulMIng proJ- Talent Show Set

address at the annual Fish Management Area: after both eel will Include a library, cafe-
Gadsrien and Leon Counties torlum, offices, classroom and ,
banquet of the chamber. y approved ,vls N et ,
Willie D. Lines, retiring president 1w the decision after public toilet facilities.The Farm Family Will B.
learings. I<'hoI hoard Is holding the .'
ot the county-wide organi .i'
nation emphasized that f'with In a management" area all fishermen bid Pfurther study Rtcognlztd At Meet.

business good and firms expanding a except those under 1$ andover I ---- -- .: i.t MR Reports Presented
there are still many problems for 65 years of age must have a Ambulance.CarOccurs
which solutions must be worked license to fish This rule don not ,s w Hilrv 0 Arnold. American
out, through active cooperationand apply to those who fish hi other Collision barns llureau, shred, will he the
participation In group effortsof bodies of water in the county notIncluded I main spenker tonight at the ..,-
the type undertaken by the 1 In the management area A 'OIlialon Involving a Butler- mini) meeting of tin nadxlen
chamber' to make better communities Since July I, 1963 one of the,Morgan t'mrralllon1l' ambulance v ... Oxinly harm Airerni The meeting -
out ot every town In Gads- $3.00 license fee has been sot and a 1961 Ford last Thursday e Is scheduled to .begin at T
den County. aside In a trust fund to be used afternoon In Quincy calmed Inc Took o'l'h'k In Uw National Guard
Doll Brows only In the fishing Improvemen ,
Mitchell Drew Incoming president I jurlra and damage amounting Armory
asked for stepped up support program. to $673 The Invocation/, will hfll1""n by
for the chamber' objectives, Don Brown Is Lake fishing Talcruln for has bass produced, bream.mpplf' excellent According to Public Safety Offl- ,V{ S M{ YtF the Rev, L. H slor
while Is of the Grelna Biipttm (sturdy
emphasizing that money errs G. W Hamlley and D. S. fol
(speckled perch), and ca
a must for an operating chamber fish for With Increased Ualnh vehicle driven by Mary lowed by a barbecue nipper"
of commerce, "you cannot. pay Seal Chairman many knowledge year In fish an and M, Parks of Qulrxy was heading J, r. Davis Jr, Pft'Ihll'nl.1111

your obligation In money alone their eating habits It noted south on Stewart Street At the extend the welcome and the report
with time and work Don Brown has been was of the nominating commit-
you must pay namechairman < that the shad with bream Intenwctlon she failed to see the
to get things done." Drew point. of the Christmas Seal for their fond.compete This, plus the tact ambiance approaching with red ,lee will he given by P W. Shelter,
ed out that things don't Just happen Committee of the Gadsden Cbun that shad lights blinking! and siren going chairman
usually
when M ty Tuberculosis and Health Asa are very numerous Jefferson 4it The J. L. Barlneau Family will
especially many and abundance on Street The amhu- I ut .. .
provide an ...
them by ciation. "- he recnjmlned as "Gaitwtcn Cnur
people let progress pass of food for bass and led lance driven by Howard Stlnaonof
crappie
"I like A resident of Quincy, Mr. Brown ty'. Oumtandlng Farm Family
as they sit there saying Quincy was IranKpnrttng a
It the way it Is." I II commercial manager and accountant to the the shad discovery numbers' that It by educing heart) patient, C W Butler ofVJreenolxiro THE J. L BARINEAU FAMILY wo designated a* "Gaddn County' Outstanding for 18(14( "

New members on the board of with the Quincy Telephone to stimulate the fish was to bile possible and : to the "r Mn Farm Family for 1964. MI. and Mrs. Barlneau are shown with daughter Anita, and Fred Shrlfer will give the agricultural

directors were recognized and Company. Hell an tmmec provide more food for the bream Butler was aim" In the ambulanceand son, Jimmy, Photo byJPhoto Studio & Flower Shop committee report followed .
new officers Installed In this annual late past president of the Quincy and catfish. Thomas Edward Peacock of ,. by a report of the resolution*
Jaycees and at present I la servbias ;committee presented 1 by C W.
renewal ot leadership. Fred Butler-Morgan was administering
Waters of the lake have been I
Arrington of Havana wu Installed vice president ot the Florida lowered so that the be oxygen Jr. Vs. Harbin and an enplanatlim. c>tIre
as first vice president Willie J. Jaycees. Mr. Brown Is also a treated more economically area can and to No charges were made, Tigers Rolled To 38-0 Varsity ,( program by Charli-s Blair
Installed member of the board of directors The 'treasurer' report will be liven
Smith of Chattahoochee was prevent any of the poison from Late last Sunday afternoon an
as second vice president, ot the Quincy Klwanl Cub. going down the Ochlnckonee Rive accident Involving two vehicles Port St. Joe by DmiRlaa Owens,
He and Mrs. Brown are mem- George J.rftnuon, master of cer-
and T. E. Nixon U treasurer. 0th.er below' the Jackson Bluff Dam. occurred! at Jefferson and Monroe '
directors added to the ben ot St. Paula Episcopal Streets 1 crannies, will then I li'lpxliice,, the

board new were Joe Bradley and La. Church. They have tour daughtKrirtne Sally Jones McCurley of Bag Victory Over Redskins Friday P. M. young peopl, whit will take part
and In the talent
mar Massey of Chattmhoochee; era: Diane, Julia dad, who was driving west on contest
Dan Miller and P. W. Shelfer, Jr Lucille. W Jellerson ran a red traffic Kr line James Mn C V Ruller I t. servingas
of Havana; and from the Quincyarea Mrs. Brown Is the president 01 signal and struck a vehicle being 71nee Boma write. committee riwlnnsn.
: George Hates Rev. Thomas the Quincy Junior Woman's Quo. operated by Jerry Green (on' By IKMIII James Quincy; : Junior;; i; Varsity will Tolar During the evening Ronald

Cuttino E. W. Hlnson, J. Love' ored) of Balnbrldge, Ga. Both Qulncy's Tigers found every play their first home gume of tainment.will provide/ apm
Hutchinson and: T. E. Nixon.I 1 Revival Leader cars were damaged to the extent ilng going their way In Till. Weaver Departs the 64 season hximrrow afternoon After the talent content the
Before Willie Lines, outgoing' ol $825. h atnee Friday night as they rolled at 4, It al Cbrry Field. The tueat
who will he /Inininuceitby
speaker
president, lra given a Civic SpeakerDr. The McCurley woman receive u> a 384 victory over the Kuk For Junior Tigers will be hiding to Mrs., dartre Munrmi will talk
plaque his year minor Injuries and was given first aMa Redskins. Paraguay make II two In a row In the victory Farm Ihireau Mr.
n..M M P.aa Tw*> N. E. Patterson, president aid treatment at me Gadnden Five different players shared column as they defeated the on Arnold wsl primarily philosophy.responsible

ot Grand Canyon College, who 1* County Hospital. She wu charge the backfleld lime light In the On B JnbridK Bearcats 4VO lastrhuraday for organizing the Farm 'Bureau

J. L. Barineaus leading a week long revival at the with falling to yield the right of soring<< column wills halfback Assignment In Florida a* well a* In several
First Baptist Church In Quincy, way and having an accident InvettfEsttng N eal Davis pacing the group with I Leon E. Fullback Craig llarhln scored I other smithern states.
Weaver of
was guest speaker at the regular authorities were Safety 2 touchdowns. Quarterback Hanurnett mayor takiulEleitrlo the lone touchdown on a 4 yard Following the snnmmcemenl nfme
weekly meeting ot the Quincy Klwanl Officers Sidney A. Johnson and stored I and Quincy and manager <4 ,
'Outstanding one pointer left SaU Jaunt, capping a (D yard drive.The talent contest resiilla, the
Onoperative, last
Cub Monday noon at the t H. Cleveland red another to Doyle Furehunduartrrback !tinny Air a-Vveo-week aaelgamnt drive was Initiated s. 1 result meeting will be aritnunwii.The
Jefferson House. Dr.Patterson Arthur Munrae aba ol a rereverMt' fumble.
piihlli I is InvlUd ni Hrk.tebut
Farm Family'The was Introduced by Gerald Wynne Dove Season m for one TO and tossed amthto potential In Paraguay there for In rural survey elertrlcsystems. I the Outstanding affenalv players! the hurherue will ':availableat I
J>I'OKI'IIIdIa.Irman.. He wu accompanied r Walter Dover. Jimmy lay- Before he departed fnrParaguay. Inr the Tigers were Craig llarbln VII door fur |l 1.10 each.
J. L. Barlneau Family has by Rev. Thomas C. Oct. 3Gddxden'l Inr added two extra point kick*. and Johnny flinith. Defensive bulwarks -- -
Opens Weaver was In Wash
been named "Gadsden County Cuttino pastor of First Baptist i eleven tigers ran for a total of were Mac Rhnades, Charles Commission
ngtcn.. D. C, far t week at the City -
Outstanding Farm Family for Dr. Patterson made a mart Interestinr dove hunters win 31 M yards ruining In II tarries! ,. and Marlin tea y.
National
Rural Es trio Zn
OoiiperaHv
1M4." They will be guests of talk, using "Faith" ashis take In the field al 12 00 .nor ar an average of i,'. Association for briefing. lit the Balnhrkfge game City Hall Plans
honor at the North Florida Fair topic' Saturday, October *. when the On defense Quincy Itlgli was Under a nonprofit contras was Martin Bray and for the II.
scheduled for October 27-31 In Louis Dooner, president ot the first phase of the 10(14 migratory to pedally tough !limiting the Red alth the Agency for InternatlimaDevelupment Joe clash' ': Craig llarbln endCiarles
Tallahassee.Mr. dub gave a short resume ot the Mr*. Gladys Rnlley dove hunting season opens In 63 s in* to only 18 rushing plays for (AID I ), the National:: Mephen have been named To Be Presented
Barineau Is president and :State Kiwanta meeting recently counties, according to A. D. Aid- a net gain ot 17 yard on the Rural llertrV CoiiiereUve Ain coraptalna.Aonnllng .
operator of Barineau It McCall :held In Hollywood. Fla. Mr. Door Pilots Visited rich, director, Game and FreshWater grmind, and recovering two fumes ,elation NRtCA, olitalna the volunteer In )lad Own 11111
Farm Inc., the principle crop er and Vice President Bob Young ot the Fish Chmmlwtnn. b along with Intercepting oneM. service' of rural electric Rages the overall playing was On October 12
J3 ot shade tobacco attended as representative Hunting will he allowed every .. They COM! with everyone that played
being acres I>xpert develop remm-
and 110 acres of com. The farms local club.A fJm.. By Mrs. HolleyIt day from 12.00 nan until sun- Quincy used every player on the I mewlaflan for estabhshment o( llMHIn>*4 .. lass TwRk .. Members of the Oulncy City
located north ot Quincy, also consist five man delegation attendedthe net through November 6 In most Dead) M scon In every quarter I rural electric\ rutperetlv systems r.nmml..klll were inliimwd bY
the Perry Klwanls Club counties, Counties In which first- id 18 in ell. nhall ,Pesrr Urrel!. of Tallahaaae,
of 71 acres ot pasture on Included; was with a great deal of at picked up point I In unrlerdevekipiid Latin Amert
which Is an S5-head herd of Black meeting. The group pride and honor that the Pilot phase dove hunting will not be can DIIIUII n..a.t.rnt1ta. Monday night that his firm of

Angus Cattle. The rest ot the of Bob this Chlldi district lieutenant of Klwanl governor; Joe P., Cub ot Quincy had for Its annual allowed are Brevard. Flagler, Vousla > The Tigers look the opening >> 1,000 rrMlerU, llarrelt, Dsffln and
acreage I II woodland.The Bums Jr., Interdub Chairman; I official visitor the Governor of and St. Johns, and that por- k k i* off and manned M yards In 'rural : : : the 'I :Illshnn would' present 1 them the
Barineaus, who live In a Bob District 4, Pilot International lion of Sumter County north of g plays with Davy capping the 'Untied IHste a romplriM plans p* the new city
Bob Beckman president;
nine-room home on the Attapulgus Coster andre who Is Mrs. Gladys Holley a Slat Road 48, that portion of d tv. 12: yard for the snore.Rlikard Paraguay Is the fiiurteenth Latin hall and Mlefy department on
about 7 miles from Quincy secretary-treasurer Putnam County east of tie SI h Mimdiiy night, (H. 12.
Highway Brown. charter member ot the local club moved! the ball to American country seek malt *.
are active In agricultural activities. Pat Farmer and Walter Dover I Members of the club met at a Jolla River and Alligator Point Qo limy* II where Winston lee ,sManc*, The cnmmU l Jimmy who Is a 17yearnld members' of the Quincy High diner meeting at the Jefferson In Franklin County. M r bushed H In toe an Interrepfl Weaver said observers In Par 1 I John Clark to mark supervise
senior at Quincy High School. Hwll 71 Dove hunters will he allowed t hive Md him and assist In serurlng bids en tint
School Key dub, were also guest on Friday, September tlo halting the opponent' deept iguay that even
Is presently a Junior director of I Following the regular business dally bag limit of 12 with a total penetration ot till night. Quito.clt ,the beet of the electric syMems ,her orated on the airport pea
the Farm Bureau and formerly an meeting Mrs. Holley talked In the pas ielrt limit of 24 Hunters 1 then began this second touch I In !that nwntry are Iruik qua1., ,perty.Fred.
active member In the Quincy Exchange Hears her subject must possess valid hunting licenses to wn drive on the running strength I hat much if mil most of rural J. Weber, of rhllad"l4il*,
FF.A. He I* a member of Student image of Pilot." SItebeiexpressed available from all. county d Burnett Wayne Chester and I Paraguay I* wHhnut electric' pnwpr. 1'1 representing Teleflyslrm
Condi a scribe in DeMolay Howard FletcherSpecial !hi hope that every member. would lt.aelaa.e e. P.. Twep l ii mid Clements with Humett I 'VI (hrpnrallun was at the Mossy

and secretary of the Key Club live up to the Image as set up n asking over from the on fort "I caps rnmtlllnn are going night meeting and asked for a lie
Anita 21. attended Stetson University tribute was paid to C by' Pilot International. CARNIVAL TIME u mil. This drive was 1 It yarder I M be primitive In sane swtMi month emrtwliin of. frenrhl
for two years and Is now W. Thomas Jr. by City Commissioner The Pilot Cub of Quincy WUl'harlfrwd The PT A. of the Quincy Bemenlary ta I 4'4 PanlM ,." Weaver said, "but hew by Qulnry Cablevlslnn Crop.
employed by MAC. In Tallahassee. Howard Fletcher at the June I, 1(47 by the and High Schn>4 wlO In p8x second quarter Qulnry I hey ran'I be a* bad a* son pow II. explained that he had pur-
While a student at Quincy Quincy Exchange dub meeting oultrte, Georgia dun largely gain apes a Halloween Carr gat a* break when Freddie Cray I tie have Md me." chased the rights la the systemact
HIS School, she was very active Wednesday at the Jefferson Haute through the efforts ot Mrs. lIollr). ival on October 29. paunneeil on Peppy Cash fumble Why I II he |>*,.? Weaver ,. -W.n rutunslun of
4-H work. Mr. Thomas was appointed to with representthe women from A notice will b* sent home by it the Redskin II yard line Two I flirt, "Pararny 'has asked fir lm.. The eummlaikm granted the
Mrs. Barineau I la president of the Dry Commission to fill the !the various business In the community each rhikt this week asking par ph iys later Burnett hit fullback I uslitanne and I want to be able nlrt lime with the stlpulallon
he Dogwood Home Demonstration vacancy created by the death of ss charter members.. Nine ents' help In a small financial G I'Ie Forehand with pa<* out t b help the people there to step hat TtlrRyslems Corporation
dub, put president of the County Mr. C. 0. Cox. 01 these are still active members' way by baking something. In the !left flat good for the .... jp In a better standard of Irving make pr<' m* report every
Council the Federation ot Worn- "During my IS yean on the or the dub which now ha* 22 Mrs. Robert Gardner, chairmen mtirdng twelve yards and the Weaver .has been manager ol three nv ilhClly .
en's duhs. and Home Demonstra- City Commission, I have never members. The club participates of the food committee, said 4nakloka t. After M attempt by I till Takpiln dx-lrkr! OJrlpl'Rtlve Matmger lUrbert Gregory
tin Out and Garden dabs a worked with a more competent :In many civic actIvItIes such as mmpt reupmue I* necessary In To nhand and a penalty. Jimmy I hr II yean. His wile I II a native rrpurtMt that he had /held a meek
past 2nd vice president ot State commissioner than Charlie Thomas :working. with the Health Unit Loan order to plan for the food In (4- la yUir ram oft the bendi, and (t Qulnry. log With Oulnrv Saul owners m-,..-Anorraltys
Home Demonstration Council. She ," stated Mr. Fletcher. I ..-...- w r.a. T..., Vance, to _...... M Page T.. :: this week. He that
Is a member of the Attapulgus Introduced by program chairman -.. *.nl .. IMntoer 'then (awl| owners Id"be re.
[Mrs. Munroe Is
Methodist Church an active member James Hamilton Mr. Fletcher I wired to past fate nhedulr. la
,!
of J.CS. and a former SUn- said the dry budget lor the Gardner Elected their whk Us in the future
day School teacher. Mrs. Barineau year I* ..000. He explained Now Member of A diMMekin was hakl on a M*.
use left ever time to can he majority! of the money for the it. dVa. .k4 To Trustee Board pn.al to whirs Urave KtreMletwwm
and freeze. budget I* obtained tram the the Wilson's Staff Crawkird and Jeflerad4,
'ot utilities electricity being the If the pun dlwiuMd
Mr. Barlneaa I la vice president r t tK maierlallae
at the Farm Bureau a Mason and number ore money maker with Mrs Mara Munroe Jr. hat atumwl FSU Foundation wed buunt traffic will ke routedwwtti
member ol Washington Lodge No. gas and water" next hi Bn*. the patties of managed i on Grave* when Inviluw
"If It _.t for the fact that and In The etoftm nf RIchaM JGankw nth Crswtird. Then
ot the buyer 11.1/1<1I'1 Ready To a left turn will
2 ot Quincy,Cub a member and the Ananilgua It_..._ a. r... T.... Wear l)epa,,",,", of gulnry fa> m teed. I he made to iH on West Jetfmuo

Quarterback Methodist Church.Those A native of fVfcen* O.mfy. ot TnMl>e* of the FVida', HaleUnlviTsily and ultimately en IL.. n. )EMI;

who served on the seteetloa CANCER SOCIETY Ala. Mr*. Mutiro. the former nmunrwt, r"'lnd.tItI" lilt: was'hound traffic nmlng Mo keen M
Ruth Bailey, moved de C U.lenOnmty Inlay by I'hlllp firm- Jrttma will ,bear
of the "Fsrm Family right where the
committee SETS MEETINGA Ira, e."lIve'II" .
e
presMent.The
the Year" were: Jot CudIaItmaJI. al the age et Mne. The I k present tolmMiion extol bslw .'
of John Allen Smith meeting ot the eftl era and a grwiuile af gulnry High flrhnol Foundetlxi serve to etlmu-!' "'Crawfrmt and Jefferar.
WWI, board ot dll'ftton df tile Cadtfeii Ia' "private financial siippirt fur
and Herschel CUrkE and instated flnrWa lute College This half dink sfftliA has
C W. Harbin mj In he farms of ,
County UnIt American Cancer for Women.Ow gift grant II'IJ1114 be mails one
members way
officio committee Society. will meet Monday night. ( wa married to the late ant bntuni In aditHkn It manages
were Met Marjorie, Gregory.and October I at I 'dock at the Mr. W1Jooe.. 28. 1 1 JO. and the enrtnwmml kwnme: of H*
Home Demonstration Agent effersai House.Voamteer ft* cnupl bad awe ctuldrmMn. rvwurrve and pravidr* tax b>nflt At (the Theatres
John Rr_ County Agent workers and the pub Frank N\rtU nf MilfnH. lie Its ,.ni..ai a* a acnprnAlortanbanvM

lie are balled to attend bide meeting Cant. Mark III. New Canaan. The tnuivx willawl This WeekAt
Miss WilliamsIs wbicb will be the Brat of the Lan Ray B. Tallahassee; MnRntvfl 'l M r.lw.Ot1tJt. >oor IUarrtrvr
Tayinr. M dlrertur of Mw First th. loaf Theatre
M"'GARDEN r
tine ) LsMand. Mn
,....,11& fevbiM and teas AMsUtkM .. Friday anal hlarrlay 'Tht1rMtl'.i
WUvm lUr .
Reported As'Satisfactory' ** W/mhrvtee, Va., .
CLUB rxi W....... Qulnrr. awl CUm, ef OaoVlMi Cnurty and .la flue fork KMfie fhiiw Balur-
Qt...,.. Mn. Munro bat II) *!* **> ef the Qulnry Male Bnk day Trul and Char, &m ley.
BOARD MEETS Active .hi doteaffair., ke la aMt Mrmby and T*' lay "The Night

I The executive hoard efQokMy the JIll as formerly enrnmlestaisgent STMtdrnt of ... Qulnry i The Iguana, etarrtng RktwdRurttin
tits Katertn WISi sew. Gasses Ou will met with Rykr Trarfe awe. and Mary Cab and of 0M butnryQuunber ant Av* tiardner
AiarMrr of Mr. and Mm BufardWUnamt I I al ---*. He to At the IUII fJrtve.II
Tuesday Ught Ortobrr M vie rf the vicinal wn .f Ihe Friday and
.f Qutorjr. I* reported afar i o'eiork at the bone of bin. Dou> Ivy 8h > Mrs. ....... t* a member I Hoe pa* vVe preekient at Ihennrtrfa Mrri.y M.ltol. k." surrtnsj
to natactary condhW 'lace Bfua. 01 he CeMenanr )dente Bar and put ".. ..hat > tnbn Wiviw BliM "luHi p,6*
air hijund to a* aotomobuecddeitf I AH merabm are vrd IB .* Out 1M hiwanriM Rlvev Area OiunrU unrtav Irma U Dmre";'starring;

lilt Friday ail*. mar ;IInIL QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL FlCHTCf TIGERS show* front row left to right m.: Sie cnHUOy bwU>. ker many 4 the Boy :sit* sob Ifmmm and Shirley HaVOMAN'S ..
William who at
Ill** a A
eweviM the Doer
at Aubon IMvensty. was riding Doonl BoSJ 7. Rodjer Witt*. Hugh' KlchoUoo. Neal Davis Hugh TbompMn. Doyle Mend to drop by Wllaai Reed Vnri* Corp., Gardner Quuiry I* present AIM.
three attar Fraternity PI.dga rorahoad. Jim Spoooer. Walter Dover Joel Loslle Ld& Hal Second T* Wear and *M tfi* sew Fan and
to the car wits iroangMopie Embry. Berry a* pneklmt tt 0III .
whoa Die week ecpajrre* Jack Jfcawo* soa ef Mr. and row left to right: Craig McMillan Charlie LaBane, laeti Peacock, Clayton Han7. 7rM r stlerttm* that are antv k CLUB

m the .eatsktrt of Alexandria Mn. Uaft Mann Eddie Tar hussy loam. BUI Newcomb. Freddie Crarf. Tlkoaaa Porker. Harold davMBla, ail everyday. mi: .be. was ....... wttjhe BOARD MEETING
and Nary
Cry Ala. It to reported that a tar. swn ef Mr. Mrs frank Cant
Qutnry Jaycee Coven Tbn will be
track tamed to Gent ft the car Tartar and frenk ... nn .f kvn t. Gory Porch Lamar Mnaro. Manorv. Secry Wayne CbMter. Jimmy Taylor. Pl.dgs Phi MUA meal Award acting of DM executive Qulnry Waenan'4'rb board

aaaalBf 011 accident Mr. and Mrs. Bras Baler hove lack row. Ml to rigid: Jerry WentworthRick Imbrr.. Jlamr Saber Arthur Muwoe total .< Ml (Mow wmWM Cthrr Bn4 rUUmi wt this SMcnkic. Thurtilay, Oct
A pane' to fee Rosaed Hne- pMlcd S A Eat.e "'- Wburtoa ChMtav. David DeBord Lorry Jrcm ca. Bonnea forehand KniMfh Deo- .s M 17 Aohiam Veseeeya ere G1"1. rawhoMi IV* I al 10 *'Ikal ;the club hnuae.

Jlu.l1II Alexandria dry. Ma WBUM ct J1artda. ,'u. Tom Buttraa. Ed PoppeO, Mn CampbelL Jolla Redmoo unaaog r1. CfrcoptoiBJor II etewm at Ow end ot Ruar t Trustee* are bodfrry ImJwrt > I. BmklniL Mn. Clinton Baa-
will probably be transferred Manhaa Gattia. n ot Mr. s date ''l *... .".. it.WaOer. Malay, Mrs Lewis I will pmule.
*> the Gxtofcn Canary Hospital t B. Garth *Mg4 Del a I'I Hugh Toomptoa and Doyle r.. b.
Boa t.esk.ed Cat at Florida SUM Unwdly. coach. l3i. Joa-. m Rogers and Donald lol,,,. Photo by Hartrt Studio N 5th. :ahlahaa., t

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rWJ CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES" ?: QUINCY, FMWIDA/THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, 1884


''Woman's Club, Quincy Woman's tens ot all r.oia. !or' women, fof I Pilots Visited

Club and Quincy Junior Woman's separation of Chucctf and Stale),Ixch'ange Club

POT POURRIlet's Club: and the Home Demonstration for freedom of speech, freedom l ?p&4:9& b U AJ! (.....1..... from P... OM

Clubs from Havana, Sycamore of the press! and freedom of ... (([...tin*..* ,... r.a* 0..> p : iJ :
and Providence. Russia
put Into practice what we know Dogwood sembly. Is a prime exam Closet In providing needed Items
About the i I Mrs. Fred Klbllka president of pIe of what can happen to a nation the City owned the utilities, our By L OOLDUV, such as hospital beds wheel chain
language we treasure '0. the Glen Julia Park Association when centralized pow.r Is taxes would be extremely high as crutches, etc. It provides hearingaid
Tit ad to Ignore the many rules gave a good report on the park substituted for constitutional safe properly tax only brings In $31,- teals to Die white end Negro
W.'r. taught in all our books and schools. and had special praise for the guards." 000 this year ot the JWO.OOO Vaccines Prevent Dread DPTTHE children In Quincy and has given
raretr'---j Mr. and Mrs. H. L. needed" he said. financial assistance to a numb j

Up north, down .outh Howell, for their Interest In maintaining of children who have been unableto
in
east or west Some of the past month's accomplishments
cable Disease Center in Atlanta.
DPT
the park and the carelaker's Tigers LETTERS represent I pfor medical treatment > r
Strange idioms come out- I do attest! house. 1 1I were reviewedsuch one of our greatest socompllihments I Georgia, Is directing its effort hearing aids. The club Is activein
completedand
Wherever one goes with a listening ear 1 At t'..a annual meeting ot the (C..ti...S Iran Pass o.f) In as process paving projects of completion, extension in the ..I.. toward the lower economicII'OUp. the Cancer Fund Drive each
Something like this is what he'll hear: State Extension Ilomemakers of of sewage, the Jackson guarding of the health of our The rate of Immunisation year and also donates to organ
Florida several 1 weeks ago, Mrs kicked the extra point, nuking Heights recreation area and Sunnyvale children.D among children In th1IITOUP rations such as Red Cross, United
"Ain't cha got nare nothern bigger 'nat?" 0. F. Shepard' of the SycamoreHome the score 18-0 at haUtime. Cemetery and installationof (dlpUisrU), P (pertusils, is about 60 per cent leat Fund, Heart Fund and cithers.

"Well Bud if I have I dunno whur it's at." Demonstration Club was oJ'I also dominated: the sec "pop-up" sprinkler irrigationat or whooping cough), and T than among more privilegedchildren. Funds for club activities are secured
elected president of that body in similar fashion, mustering Corry Athletic Field. tetanu. mainly through the sale of
( ) are now preventable
"Git to itirrin round nare, 'n' look 'n' see and now we art glad to report that up their biggest drive of health should not be, fruit cakes and candy each yearat
Mr. Fletcher concluded his talk diseases because of sate and But
All 'r' Mrs, Shepard has been awarded a 90 yards In the third Runs Thanksgiving and Christmas
doin' period.
a I. gabbln' at
you me. .
by showing a large drawing ot \heprnpolll'd HMMMMHK.*._ successful vac.clues. must not be, and la not a spec
trip to Hawaii to be taken In Oc by Walter Dover, Davis and Arthur time.
hall which will lit Protection against
"..Well If there's anothem, hit ain't in sight, tober.Mrs. Munroe e"'Jnr the TO thaiDavis be located new on W.city Jefferson Street. There Is still these privilege dread diseases Is available _
*
took 1
'N I gotta get a fixin' things fer the night""What's Marjorie GI'I'IIOr'ltalrd yards. only one factor tree of charge to every DEDICATIONSheriff
that the 4-11 Club groups will meet The Tigers scored twice more, :
: the price o' this un? The blade's kinda bent. but not In the schools as previously. both In the last quarter as Mun Dove Season that allows single person in America and Mrs. Otho Edwards

"Et oh, I'll ..1111 fer a dollar and fifteen cent" This Is thought lo be a more roe bootlegged 11 yards fur one I" these diseases Takes Few Minute attended the dedication of the Jim
practical' service. Mrs. Gregory touchdown and passed lo Dover to take on unnecessary and Rena Swick Memorial Caletorium -
Nof too far away our Is pronounced are; also announced that the Home 21 yards for the The last U'..ll..... ,... Pin 0.50judge. year- The only cost 1s a few minutes Sunday at Florida State
'un
As down to are house have Demonstration Clubs will have as T D was tallied; ::hril seconds 1 ly toll In Illness of time hardly an Boys Ranch at Live Oak.
we a new car. .. Shotguns must be pluggedto reasonable price to pay for the
their subject "Home Management remaining, resulting from a tackle and even In The Honorable Hayden Bums,
And aught Is ot, and caught Is plain cot, ," at the next several meetings made by Larry Brannen forcing a thrpe.heli capacity, and rifles Dr Coleman death. That Is gift of health. democratic nominee for governor

The'Pa" tense of think is not thought, but thot. : of the year and urged all to fumble recovered by Forehand at are prohibited for taking migratory the carelessness Can you afford not to protect: was guest speaker. A. D.Davis .
attend. Mrs. Gregory also told of the Rlcknrds 29. birds. Duck stamps are not neglect and that your child against these crippling one ot the trustees, was
Thaut arid anund come over radio the Sunflavor tag that all Florida Taylor kicked good for one more required for taking doves, but counteract the remarkable apathy and killing diseases master of ceremonies. .
grown produce will carry. extra point, hitting on :2 out of 3. will be required to take ducks Where can one get free immunisation I'
Every single night on a popular show. tortes DPT the (allure
The Home Demonstration Clubs The one missed careened off the and geese when the waterfowl against by TVaccination MYF RETREATThe
For time they say tome, and dime is doime throughout the county presenteda goal postQirincy's season opens to be Immunl d. U available U
MYF of Centenary
No what fashion show at the Woman'pCub Mad-I Aldrich said "there will be Many Children Unprotected Junior High
call will hart
telling they'd this Tigers
rhoym. .
In Quincy yesterday. strict patrolling on early dove It Is pathetic and daplorablsthat everyone who s* ks it. No one, Methodist Church will
ison's Red Devils here at Corry
and mash hen shooting by both regardless of financial status, meet at 9 o'clock Saturday momIng -
Mabel S Bell I Field Friday night at 8 pm.heir, there are still today about
stale and Federal law enforcement need be deprived of these vac: October 3 at the church and
1964 15,000,000 prs-school children
first home of the sea
game
Girl Scouts To eon 1 officers to see that all regulations who are Incompletely, tnsds- cinations. go to Centenary Camp for a program

Without mentioning Mayor Burns Last year Madison posted a 6-4 are enforced. We urge all quately Immunised, or are com Physicians and hospital clinics planning retreat.
MPCA asked to
Conducts Attend TryoutsSeveral North hunters to abide by all hunting IB cooperation with localand Each member Is bring
I by name Kelly said Allowing season record In tough pletely deprived of the available lunch and drinks vuil
regulations and to hunt safely at federal health a nosebag
such statements lo go unchallenged Florida Conference c'onnpelitlon.They Immunizations. public agencies
protective Six the MYF. The
Annual Meeting' ran lead to a special brand boast strong end positions all times. Hunters should remember will arrange for tree preventive be furnished by
girls (from Girl Scout that when hunt out of every Un children under will return to Quincy Satur
they on
I of persecution that once was lab with Kenny Walker (Junior, 1911) lanoculatlons. In most group
Troop 108 will spend the weekend the .
the lands of another they age of five are being needlessly afternoon when plans at.completed.
In Tallahassee eled 'MiCarthylsm.' It also does at Lake Andrews Campsitefor and Burky Christmas (Senior 1m.> person the owner'srights exposed to the dangersof Instances the only cost Is a telephone day .
guests. Respect
devastating harm to the system ot tryouts for the 1985 Round- both lettermen Also they clllmdl'f'p are disease call or letter.f1es.lble .
and property Good manners by "putting off vac
higher education. tackle strength In Frankie
The winners will in
Up. meet
The Hit down which cination.
Annual
Slrtckholflers keep posters Schedule
200), Gene
meeting of Monflcello Production Such the charges type propaganda, he added, represent which Idaho Girls in from 1985.Quincy who will attend Hutchlnson Argenbrlght(Senior Junior 190), Howard keep you out." Added__ _n to_ thu _.t__U__.tlr m. !_i_ How soon after birth should BATON

Credit Annotation WM ,held Thum'day can lead to political domination are: Susan Woodward, president Phillips Junior 192)), Johnny the Inexcusable failure to protect infants be Immunized
September 24lh In Tallahassee of the board that controls the university of Senior Planning Board; Cherry (Senior 208)) and Jerry against polio. The schedule of vaccinationla
et the Fair Groundi. The Junior US)I. In their tint Jr. Even the painful memories of
meeting commenced with a buffet system, Linda Baur, Nancy Beane FayeShotner Sylph Varsily fairly flexible. la general, LESSONSI
have lost to
64 victims in wheel
and Virginia Markham. two starts they young polio
kl
Kelly told the women the most
dinner diphtheria
and WM attended by 4914. whooping cough,
Senior Girl Scouts from ell Santa Fe 13-0 and Live chairs or with lags la braces
farmers and guests In the 6 county Important thing to know about a over Coaches Bill Rogers and Donald (. ..11..... truss P... O..) tetanus and polio InnocuUtlons I
the Council, Apalachee Bend, will apparently do not sufficientlyaffect
; tree served by the association. candidate for office Is whether Myers would like td Invite all may be started any time after by Unds Sharon Cto,
on every question of public policyhe participate doing a good Job. Altitude and some people, who stillcontinue
Financial statements presented out the infant Is about one and a
football fans to come Robbie lIMa Story
Quincy
puts personal freedoms first. Girl Scoot Troop 101 has begun learn Is high and to disregard the Importance I and
by J. & Elam, general manager the Junior Vanity play spirit the squad half months old. Smallpox vaccination
Indicated that total assets had Second or third Is nut good s course In training u office and see Friday afternoon at Is practicing bard 17 players of of using these successful should be : 11..1....".. will be bald ..

increased to $2,230,468, and that enough, he said. sides. under the leadership of Mrs.A. Port 4:13 :t Corry Joe Field' preceding the the squad 21 strong saw ac vaccines. Thousands of children before the child Is one performed old'The I .......,. Ort.... a. .t iTl
farmer-owned net worth now lie said he could not stand Idly M Dixon and Mrs. Ruth Reynokla : Madison gams tion In their opener and because have not yet been given of year .rk at '.1.'. Sk.MMT-
amounted to 1402,9.10. lie slated by end see "Irresponsible charges vanity vs. Yardstick I of 100 per cent effort In practicethis the advantage of thl. protection timing reinforcing, or"booster" ...... *l sIttlss .,.In.. need
I Mrs R. D. Woodward Jr. Hi s The week Rogers 1 shots and the Initial I ... I....'....
that the association made 280 of Communists and pinkos un Rkkards Quincy says everyone one of medicine's/ all-tuns ( will bats
loan during the pant year totaling our campuses and the threat of leader ot the troop. The aMixtam Jo1n1 down 4 251Ruahlnr will play In Friday's game. gnat contributions to mankind. innoculatlon depend on the If crier r..l.lr.il.. ..* will
2188000. the stigma (if guilt by association lender Is Mrs. Ernest Jeffcoat.Millar yardage IT 156 The starting offensive lineup for judgment of your physician. k* kt4 .. S.l.r'., .t ....

Stuart C. Simpson, e memberof continue to hang over the heads yardage JT 33 the JV's Is: RE- Eddie Spooner Educational Campalge Thut columns ere dtHamdtt week ..1.! .. cllirrwlM lintl-
of Stale ASC Committee was of our educators like a blackjack Caldwell Paasen Pawing attempted 13 7 ; RT- Eddie Craig; RG- Publlo health officials are relieve/ yourrare about II.| '. T.MI.. will be S BAIII
the principal Mr. Simp- In the hands of a thug." Passes completed 4 2 Charles Stephens; CRonald desperately waging an allouteducational bath tArovff s better nwJorHanding per ...!., Mrkl '. **-
don illustrated. \\kWk on "Farm, He said he has a sister Dr Punts ,211.I 1.24 Lolley: tR- Marlin Stay; LT- campaign againstthe ef year nM and body >..r*. red f.rU.f lets rni.-
Income During the Next Five Anne Kelly, who leaches ..thf Cmlnw4 (reel Pit Out Fumbles :I 2 Ronald Joyner; LE- Greg Su- unconcerned Indifferent of At tae ftop/ul taro advances ...., ell U".. Shim itSITSSIS
Yean" with a series of colored University of South Florida In Fumbles lost :I 0 her; QB- Larry Dunn and Al parents and guardians who deny <" medMnt reported sera are .r *l.tkl. S.... it
He the of leadership, Lines had recognized Parramore: HB- Mac Rhoadrs. .
elide emphasized need Tampa and he' proud of her association Yards pt'naIl7.M IS 115 their children the advantagesof know (o tottori arenr.R
everywhere.
In this particular am for a farm with this Institution. the retiring directors who Score by Quarters: I !Steve Stoutamlr, Johnny Smith; these precious health sate.guards. Tour individual medical problems .tk aide ... .......* .!
and conservation "If discuss had completed their terms of of FB- Craig Harbin.
support program a puNtfcdan must 1 :a S 4 TotaleQtoiney astoe Twlrllnc A..
program. He staled that both Independent higher education, then let him fice. These retiring directors were 12'7 6 IS 38IUckardl The only other changes for de skouU BS ftaiirflMl bVI/OIII'/ K>IUn .l, .S ,.
I and USDA studies showed tell us what I he will do to Improve Joe Clmendaner and Robert U 0 0 O. 0 0 fence are Seal Falrcloth and PaulMcPhaul. The United States Communl- .own sVfor. Bt knows you tut.a "salad...-. Wk.k unease.l. bate twIrllH r *

that total farm Income In the It, netspell :1n stark Miller from Chittahoochee and (O UK list rtu,. 'yadleala, lac) ..4 k.T. was ......1 t.......
area would all It to 20 per cent detail how he wreckIt Havana respectively, and Allan I sad .,.<.1.! I. *...... e..lrlI -
If these programs were not continued ," Kelly said.Speaking Bostlck. Edward Fletcher, Tewy FORESTRY REPORT ...
The easiest to soften the
McPherson, James A. Naff and way
and that all farmers and of academic freedom,
bu.lne*es would suffer. Kelly said to fulfill Its role In our Hubert VanUndingham of the The Cad dPII County Forestry human- body Is to pamper--It.-

P. S. Csntey.of Madison, was complex society, a university or Quincy area.Jiutl Service reports( no wood. fires In!
reelected as a director for a 3 college faculty must be free to <", Caldwell delivered a the past seven days. Number ofwoods
year term The directors then conduct scholarly Inquiry and thought' provoking address to the tires since January I of this

elected W. W. Bnaeett, Jr. of Moe criticism, examine ideas, phllosoptite bomber meeting registering a year adds up to 25, burning 43.1
tloello as president for the coming sand Ideologlei In an ate distant for current situations but acres. Number ot woods fires reported
year and reflected Richard mmnhere of freedom. forecasting S future that will correct at this same Urns a year
II. Simpson a* vice president "Students and teachers should, some of these errors. He ago totaled II, burning 326.9 Important AnnouncementTO
Among the Mate officials I attending be able to study and inquire Into said "Kven: In the fare of all the aces
were Itarry E. Wood, controversial subjects with the the negligent aequiescense by the Rainfall In the Quincy area
State Advisor of FFA and C. 11. confidence that If they ere mindful people In the encroachments by during t"put" week averaged I
Coulter, Slate Forester.W. of their respnmlbillty es citizens the Federal Judiciary and the left- .4; Roaedale, 0; Havana, 0; and I
:
M. livnan, at Quincy and and fulfil It, they need have liberals on official Washington county average, 11.
Frank L. llerrln, of Gretna, were no fear of wlU-tvhuntmg and censorship. I refuse, to believe the hard core
also members ef the aisodHUon's ." The professor, he said! of American Independence has What we don't know Is one
board of directors. must exercise academic responIhlllty been dentroyed. I rec ognlzd' the thing better understood by usthan
of course. great temptation. Incident to the else.
anyone __ OUR
"A blanket charge of Communist "( have never had It so good" CUSTOMERSFLETCHER
'McCarthyism'Lambasted
Infiltration of our colleges and Illusion which persaudes the ma
imlversltles will certainly damageand jority of America to leave Its I He help
can
By retard the recruiting ot top head buried In the" sand, buf I feel
level educators," he said, reasonably certain that when the
send
Sen. Scott KellyState mil Iorily suffers e sufficiently I you
awls and hard kirk In the seat of
Women's ClubsFederation the pants, tt may be aroused 10lI11nn childto FORD
your TRACTOR CO. W.
Senator Scott Kelly of, ," Jefferson St. Quincy FlorIda
Lakeland and formerly of Quincy' In ""The choice we faCP," Caldwell I
taut week lambasted "McCarthy- continued, "1. not particularly" college
Is pleased to the
Ism1 In s speech that Is said to Recent complex. But the need for making announce) association and appointment of
have had all the earmarks of an MeetingThe the" choice h Imperative be- I LISTEN FOR

early kickoff for the 1MB gubernatorial cause, whether this nation la to MR. FRED BLANTON as Mr. Blanton
race. executive board of the be governed by the rule of law I "STARHIGHLIGHTS" manager. comes to us

Sen. Kelly ran third In this year's Oadsden County Federation of under lite Constitution, or the
Democratic primary, being edged Women's Clubs met September II rule of man unfettered by restraint I from Madonna. Florida with
out by Robert King High who was at \U* Canning Center. cnwtthitea the moat vital OVER WCNH strtral years experience In farm
Inter defeated by Mayor Ilaydon A delicious\ covered dIAl luncheon problem of our time." i

Bums of Jacksonville was served at twelve o'clock A forceful comparison was FeaturingFOOTBALL and Industrial uipment sales and stnrict.
Mayor Burns recently made two with Mrs. Fred Klbllkn giving the made when Justice Caldwell said
speeches. promising to nn Ownmunlils Invocation, At twelve forty-five "The only difference between
and pinkos out of the the president Mrs. Vials Bate- slavery In Roasts and liberty in
state university system It I he Is man, opened the bualneia session America Is that until the recent FORECAST'

elected governor.' lie staled hat with an appropriate Bible reading pall at least we have been governed In connection with Mr. Blanton't
he knew who they were and would devotional. by law whereas, In Russia Thursday 4:45: p.m. appointment as full time man.
move the minute he took office All elected officers of the Federstlon the people are governed by men

In an .dd...... before the Florida were present as well u And that Is so, notwithstandingIhe Friday 8:15 a.m. ager. all current personnel will be retained In the
Federation ot Women's dubs at representative from the following tact that the Russian Cbnsn- new opera
Cocoa Bead, Kelly used as his clubs over the county: Havana tuition U much like our own It 1:15 p.m.

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PACJt frOUl GADSDEN" COUNTY ....... OUTNCY.. FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 1. 18..

witnesses reduction comes along. The
Administration Ides
THE HOLDOUT sleeves, nets and Some sweaters with log discussed.
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand filmy gauze argued that what was most hat It ought to be given to the
brushed long fibers ignite easily. Little girls' flared and needed was an increase I" canonen people! who would spend It moat i

TITS: CHATTAHOOCHM continuing1 TR1BUN1Publl many.pettlcoated party dresses are risky as are many demand and that this personalWhen could rapidly, and that we should avoid

b d each Thursday it II S. Uadlaoa Street N e'YaFort. } improvised children's costumes. be Income achieved tax*.by cutting the objectiona vinCI: It to people who might uve
A Job H. r"rr M N.waney.rLSTABLLSHED Sensible clothes and sensible caution are the effective rained IIIlt the increased de- il t, doesn't seem to hold up underwperlence.

Florida tool safeguards against always-dangerous clothing.., lay could be fn1Itrall'd II R II .
QuIncy ralller than spent
Fire Chief McPherson Br& the Ad. I[). .. AIR FORCE IV
'Aar -.. P.d .. ow-y emafds tax rldlJction VIETNAM!
j MeftOtl" ""*"!"?
one 'II!'. UJO Two Ymfi UtO its Months 1 171 t : mintotrauon spokesmen unlikely *velP- United States Air Force comnander -
QUINCY that this was an
J. L Hutchinson _._......_.... .. Publisher men!. People could be relied on. r Major General Joseph
ipmding Howe, said his jet
fighters
said to conllmie in
Mri. Either SuberDon _... Editor they old percentage! of their fletnam would act If Cambodian
Carman ... ._.._........... Advertising and News CALENDAR OF EVENTSA afttMax the same Income 0 ir any other foreign aircraft com.
r Well for the time being at nit any l hostile acts against South
saving an un- fletnam. The commander said
Mat people are
RIZ Community Service by the tlarjeparc their pin United State pilots\ and unit com-
But. strange- nanders were fully briefed
NATION A.I IDITOmtiffi> Cadsden County Chamber of Commerce $27-8511 from
t (lAS&cfr'T1"' s AE down the general eonomicup- p11I1'1" aircraft crossed the VItoI-

t Unaan* <&/& D* Thursday, October 1- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida Mm.Apparently"till the there underlying Is something lames border.Who' .

State Employment, 9 5, S. Robert St. notion that a high IIvlngi rate the head of the house s
CASTRO NO// ti Is bad for business In that it detracts ones a matter of argument
Friday, October 2- Alcoholics Anonymous & Al.Anon from consumer demand. .

A CHECK-UP Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Shrine Restrains InflationIn
YOU'RE WAY OVERDUE FOR I in savings
fact, tilt increase
Club 7:30p.m., Kittrell's RestaurantCanning Center had helped' to restrain inflation READY MIX
r N Mk 8 5; Junior Woman's Club, 11 a.m., Woman's during this period of rising economic -
R Club House; Air Force Recruiter 9 12 Post Office. activity. Capital outlays\ CONCRETECONCRETE
hy Duilneis have been Increasing
Monday October S- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson rapidly. To the extent that they

House; Canning Center, 8 5; American Legion, John can be financed\savings,byvoluntary inflationary drawing In-on *

W. Shaw Post No. 84,8 American Legion Home be
p.m. ; creancs of bank credit can
the
bating question of international control of atomic
Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30 RAM, avoided
weapons UN control. The University Extension Service the savings!
The Increase In
Mar-Quln Council
23
8 Masonic
Building
chose this subject and the Government in Washington p.m. ; rale may be only temporary That

prepared a special recommended reading list on the room Social Courthouse.Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., Court Is to say Inflation It may only give for us an protectionmm Interim BLOCK

topic for distribution to every participating high school period But even what has happened -

tHe country. Tuesday, October 8- Canning Center 8.5; Rotary Club, so far has an important *

In short our high school students are debating the 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board MeetIng will bearing surely on economic arise again Issues in the which future

Issue which both political parties should be making the 8 p.m., Clubhouse; Lion Club. 7 p.m., Kittrell's Oakland Concrete
c.ntralla.II' of the political campaign and on which we Restaurant Saving Is not an evil to be Products Company
adults should be taking sides.Three avoided' on the land il puts
Wednesday October 7Navy Recruiter 10:30: a.m., a drag on high Allen Boeflck end
years ago in September 61, our Government rate of saving can be a stabilizingforce
Post Office; Jaycee, 12 noon, Kittrell's; ExchangeClub John Thomson
submitted to the United Nations a "Program for General and one which promotes non-
and Complete Disarmament" Senator Joseph C. Clarkof 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning Center 8. 5; Inflationary economic growth.We -SMS MAte MOIl
Marine Recruiter, 9 12, Post Office. might keep this In mind
Pennsylvania said of this document: "It represent the when the next opportunity for tax

fixed and determined policy of the Executive Arm of the Thursday, October 8- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida iii:

U. S. Government. For almost three year, our Govern. State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St.
meat has been'negotiating at Geneva to work out with

the USSR and other nations a formula for putting this Family Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon HARVEST OF /
program into operation. Group 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; 7

Here Is what the U. S. Government proposes: "States Canning Center 8 5; Pilot Club 7 p.m., Jefferson CONVENIENCEFOR

N would retain only those forces, non.nuclear armaments, House; Air Force Recruiter 9-12, Post Office. FARM FAMILIESAny

and establishment required for the purpose of maintaining Monday October 12- Kiwanis Club 1 p.m., Jefferson

Internal order; they would also support and provide House; Canning Center, 8.5; Social Security Representative farmer will tell you his his /

agreed manpower for a UN Peace Force The manufacture 9:30: a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse; Girl telephone helps and more make prof-

of armaments would be prohibited except for Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. work easier
those of agreed types and quantities to be used by the farmer's wife her
U N Peace Force All other armaments would be Tuesday October 13- Canning Center 8 5; Rotary A helps make says

Tight Rein Needed HereThe destroyed or converted to peaceful purposes." Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., telephone her life easier and

of federal In plain language, that says all military might In the Masonic Building: Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers more enjoyable.Either .
cost to cp'anl..In-ald
taxpayers pro.grams world should be transferred to UN control. Under the 7:30: p.m., Club House, Shadow St. way It'll harvest
to states and communities hoi ballooned from
President of the United States would have his of convenience
plan no
Wednesday October 14 Recruiter 10:30 ,
$3.1 billion In 1955 to $10 billion this year. Navy : a.m.
A abounding at that li, the fact that there U not finger on the atomic war button. Instead, officials of the Post Office; Jaycee, 12 noon, KittrelT Restaurant;

any provision for Congressional review of these programs United Nations would decide if and when to press the Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter I
U even more abounding. trigger; U Thant, Secretary General (a Burmese), and Post Office; Canning Center 8 S.
his Undersecretary for Political and Council Affairs
Security
The current drive for legislation that would requirea
Vladimir P. Suslov, ((0 Russian).
careful review by Congress of cp'anl..In-ald program
And that is what school student debating. The 1
Jive year after their Initiation therefore, should have the our high are National OutlookBy

support of who want the government to beheld
everyone Isn't it about time that candidate asked
our political
to stricter accountability In the pending of public George care oreINCREASED I
not spectacular but to
may seem
the American voters to debate that issue, too? Wheredo
fund. SAVINGSOne I aihieve this individuals had to
stand or con on having the UN instead
The review stipulated In the Senate-approved bill you pro of the most Interesting, and save one-quarter of the increaseIn
of a U. S. President, guarding the atomic button? '
5.2114 would help to Insure that grant programs are unexpected o( recent economic terminated when they have substantially achieved their has been the Inert*** year.
m the rat of personal saving Durnj Raving and TaiM
revised and redirected Fire Prevention Week Oct. 4-10
purposes and that program are the second quarter of get This has occurred while the
as necessary to meet new condition arising subsequent FIRE PREVENTION YOUR JOB individuals saved 8.2 "percent of economy has been gaining upwardmomentum.
their enactmentOver heir total Income after Uxet The combination of
to original 'Tire 1s something that happens to the other fellow Till Is the
highest percentage a general economic rise with an
j and above the burden of the tremendous coal maybe, but not to me." recorded In the pant 6 yean.The Increase In the savings rate suggests Quincy Telephone Co.STAN6ARI1 .
of the grant*-In-aid program, which art mainly in the Do dismiss lire and Its destructive potential In S.2 percent compares with a new look at some previously
area of welfare activities, 1* the Increasing threat of complete you a 6.8 percent savings rate In the scripted theories.Whni .
this casual careless way? Far too many of us do yet same quarter of 1863 The Rain' the tax cut was first be J
of and local affair
,
federal domination elate
statistics from the National Fire Protection Association
Ai long ago o* 1948 the Council of State Governments .
show how wide of the mark Is this attitude
warned that "through CJ1'Qnll.ln-ald. the national Consider the lire record In homes: In the United

government Influence and to tome extent control 75 States, more than 586,000 homes and apartment destroyed
per cent of the total activities of date government"
or damaged annually bringing death to over !
"With control," the Council added, "and
grant goes 6,300 people; In Canada more than 61,000 residences
with< control goes power. With power goes centralization hit by fire, with about 450 killed. '
and in too much centralization lies danger to our entire
This very year on the bad of national averages, a .
federal system of government. home in your general neighborhood will be involved In
Welcome a* It U, In our opinion the proposed legislation -
lire, possibly a fatal one and it could be yours!
doe not go far enough. It ihould be broadened to Consider what fire doe to Industrial and comm.rcial \9ISJ
apply to In existence, regardless of when they \
program buildings each year: Over 162,000 U. S, and 14,000
were started. However it 1* cm important step In the Canadian plants, stores, offices and other business properties
right direction and Congress will perform a distinct public destroyed or damaged.

service by enacting the measure. This very year, on the average, a business operationin ), e.

the area where you work will be hit by fire, possibly;
i Holland Best Man for Florida Involving temporary or longer-term loss of earnings and

Regardless of who occupies the White House for the Jobs by Its employees. It could be your.1Don't !

next four year, Florida' Interest will be served best gamble that you can escape the financial headaches -

by reelection of Spessard r.. Holland to the United State or family heartbreaks that fire Inevitably brings. Now under the
Senate. Make fire prevention your business too at home and

I Senator Holland' record during three full term on the job. Standard sign..new livelier
CLOTHING CAN BURN
end part of another need no embellishment to recommend .
Flame flash .
fatality.
him for another six year service In Washington
That's an accident report In brief an accident report
Florida and the
He has represented nation honestly
and effectively In this high office, gaining the respect about someone who failed to remember that clothing I CHEVRON.gasolines

and admiration of legislative colleague a* well a* the can burn.
confidence of his constituents. It's an too-frequent report according to Fire Chief I. ;
W W. McPherson In Fire Prevention Week :
This newspaper believe Senator Holland I I. closely a special re
minder. And the of fires. .
most victims
frequent clothing
attuned to the need and thinking of the majority of the
National Fire Protection Association studies show are
people of Florida. H. has consistently followed a moderate
children and the elderly.The .
course on legislation- striving to preserve a proper .
trouble starts when people fail to keep a respectful
balance between state and federal power and to protect
distance from Came, parks any source at Intense
the free enterprise system.He .
U no "yei man." He speaks and vote on Issue heat. Among them are matches, smoking materials,, Tty S1an tdr! _fortofy most canfrw golngf .
stoves, heaters of fireplace and outdoor
in the Senate out of conviction a* a sincere American fire many type One of the oldest names in Dixie business,Standard ,
.q.
who 1 I. deeply conscious of the need to understand thproblem .
Some of and fabrics Oil, invites you to meet the newest ',:
type clothing are more prone most exciting -
America and world
facing the today and to
to careful of Ws tabs better cart of awr tu in
find their solution. catch fire than others Be lightweight name motor fu.1a-C'hftToli gasolines. Choose

The senator's proper legislative record Include such divers 1 loosely.fitting clothes, ruffles,_flounces. ,_long__and__loose_ from S peat fsjolinse-sU with new, livelier performance

achievement a* sponsorship of a constitutional amend : ...new Ionl-runninlCOnomy. For today's

ment to abolish the poll tax (ratified this year), establishment FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE lit li#., motoring, stop st Standard Oil!
of Everglade National Park, and being a prime I
mover In Florida flood control and the cross.state barge Call or Visitmalw
canal ,x\ P. H. SPEARS, Agent ,

A "progressive conservative," he has been an implacable Floridarl
foe of the encroachment of the federal government AgeJlcy t Quincy. ,

on tote sovereignty and ha rejected the philosophy 'J I

of the welfare state. I II I h ( :71r' :
But he has supported a reasonable social security

program and has welcomed and supported change Ii Bs.. 5 I tees

wherever it was demonstrably for the better. i

Adding to his value in the Senate is his seniority,

now ranking 12th among the 100 members Partly by IT

virtue of this seniority Holland holds Important committee

posts including those on the Appropriations Committee

Agriculture Science. and Forestry, and Aeronautical and o oi

Space Senator Holland is a statesman whose experienceand MAin 76262INSURANCE smr..eaee4c

proven principles make him.a standout choice for i

your vote on November 3.


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>)SDEN COUNTY TIMKS. QUINCY FLORIDA. TlffRSDAY. OCTOBER_ _1.. IW PACK UV

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molrt but drain writ after al
show Plant the bulb am Inchrt
F You JLljt, deep part.Try and from ( to 12 Indies a'I

planting Iris this fall. There

...'n jura net arc Imported several species bfautiful that native will and add lflf
color to the tardrn. For the *
quickest reiulu
QUESTION: I've ward that It get Dowering
.Is possible now to buy life Insurance size corns this month or next '
without a medical examination. and plant In rich bed or boxes
I this at pasteurized soil _
possible and It so,
.la It a good thing Dosen't this There are any number of colon
remove one of the big safeguards to choose from such at yellow, rL1
ef the business* I'm 26 and conikterinu bronze, white and blue. They may
an additional 515,000 of be tricky to grow but are worth y lr J rr *
Insurance-could I get It without the trouble Remember the iris I
a medical examination and Uket plenty of water to plant t i
what do I have to do them close to a pond or a leaky I

ANSWER: All you have to do is faucet I
to ask your agent or company and attack. Bug 'I J''d.
see what Its rule are on thii Keep an peeled lawn's
eye
: : *
Most compninc' today offer certain wont enemy the it bug. '
amount of life Insurance atspecified To glimpse this active little :, ? _.
are group without requiring rascal retirees will have to do ,
a medical examinatlon- more than adjust their bifocals, ,
the amount commonly ranging and the younger set may have to
11'011$10,00) to 135000 This does squint! bard or even resort to a ::1
not mean that the companies relax hand lens s r i -list!tlA J
on any safeguards They require Full grown chin: <'h bugs are I -
the applicant to fill In detailed -black and only a fifth of an Inch ,
Information In a medical ong. Their wings are folded\ over ., ;
I
questionnaire and base their acceptance their back, with white areas '
on this Information for snowing. The young bug are I lt ltm ___
whkh the policyholder himself Is wingless' reddish with white back I
responsible, If there I* any doubt bands It takes 20 of these nymphsto e y r e
about the applicant' health, the measure an Inch I
Insurance company can require a This enemy usually attacks I II \ _
anedlcal examination anyway. The tint along concrete walks and Is
practice was started in the World I drives. The Insect suck grass I t. .
I days of doctor shortage, to facilitate 'Juke and possible injects a toxic I
handling cases, at first only substame, csuslnj yellowish" to I Y
for small amounts. Over the brownish patches In turf 1
years, the plan proved very satisfactory To check an ailing spot: of grass!, z
careful checks showing for chinch bugs, rut both endsout 1 4
titular mortality experience on of a large tnfthel ran. Push
these cues and the medically! examined one end of the can about two':'
cases. Thus they have uiche Into the sod and flU with
widely !Increased amounts offered water. In any bug are present "ui
on this bails. Your J15.000 would they'll float to the surface.
probably be acceptable on this Controlling chinch burla a
bulL Your agent or company problem. But, Florida Agricultural
will quickly tell you. But don't Experiment Statelon entomologists\
think it'* going to weaken the say that pesticides such as VC 13. M
structure of life Insurance. It Ethion, Trlthton Dlailnon and s( d ''a
won't And on the other hand. ronne will kill the bull It applied ;
r'v ,
U your company dosen't happen properly. 0. "l i a t
to allow that much "non-medical Anack the bug by first laving ,. ., 'rl' l Yl j X11 ay 1s
Il t
\
why be concerned you will down a water barrage Then f
get a free medical! checkup.GARDENING. apply the death-deiling chemical
A Jar attachment to a garden
hose ,Is a tine way to spray on the 5'i vve
pesticide. Dosage varies with cast
chemical so be sure to follow ,u
IN FLORIDA the direction onlie container r
label ;

By Honey Sharpe, Editor Florida '

Agricultural ExtentlM Service I zw : T '

Plant are unlike people because
they must develop hardening of ,.. :.', ttW
the arteries to stay alive I > Ij .
and ,, t 4Iit
So have a heart plant-wise
harden your ornamentals so they !
wont succumb during the first,
cold map. Start the process now'
.t It may take two months to do /
the Job. Also, you must rememberthat i THE CHURCH FOR AIL .
even frost-hardy shrubs ran
be killed If they are full of tender i All FOR THE CHURCH D
hooti., O O D
Ice like to form In tender, 4-H Club i The Church I la the greatest factor O o
watery stem The tiny, sharp I Ice I on earth for the building of rharao-
crystals' puncture cell walls and N.wt' View tl'r and rood ('itirenehip.111. a storehouse .
spell doom to plants I
The first step In hamenlng tender ,. DONBLE "G" 4H CLUB I of spiritual values. Without a
shoots Is to cut out rich foods Meets strong 'hurch, neither democracy
like nitrogen. Better yet, slop The Double "G" 4 H Club held nor civilization can survive llirre "God's garden"; thoe were St. Paul's words to describe the early
feeding; the plants entirely. It you I.Its second meeting of the year at fire four sound reason why rvrry ,
are the average gardener you the home of Jeynesn ttoodbery person should attend services rrfu- Christian fellowship. rom ItA mighty wed of revealed truth the Church

all have summer already, over-fed the shrubs I I I I September The< meeting 21 was called to order larly and support the Church. They has grown and flourished spreading Into many lands, developing In

A fairly dry fall with gradually st 4:15: : by the president Jean are: (ell For his own sake ((2) For many ways, but always 1 linked by oneness I in Christ i
,
lowering temperatures with Thompson and Sandra Uondnery his children' sake, ((3) For the sake
a late Indian Summer Is aim Devotional larder after reading of his ,community and nation (4))
helpful In getting plants In shape an Inspirational poem, led us In For the sake the Church ilwlf, World-wide Communion Sunday is a day of spiritual renewal for
to take the brunt of weather sent the Lord's Prayer. which needs hr.r moral and material
to Florida from Yankecland. After discussing our moneymaking support. Plan U> o to church Christians of every creed. It is a time to remember our brothers in all
| rr-fu-
'ill frost a visit before the and distributing
pays project
plant have time to harden, record books, AUene Smith gave larly and read your Bible daily. lands and to pray that our differences may be transcended by the power

rover' them with cloth, wood a talk on Pta" Responsibilities of the Holy Spirit working among us. It I is a call to greater effort, great
straw or sheets of pliitic H you of a 4-lier.
use plastic, be sure to remove the The meeting was adjourned' at er personal participation so that by our example all men may be led to
air-ttlht material shortly after 5:00: by the president ,
frost melts It Is not removedthe Reporter: ,Sheryl Thompson know Jesus as their Saviour.
tun'* rays can' broil the plantIn _
It* own juice LEPRECJUUN 4-H'ers MEETS .
Now I II the time to plant Easter The Leprechaun 411 Club met I The Church needs) the support of every Christian on this meaning.
Illy bulbs for next spring' supply -Tuesday September 22 at the
ful occasion. Decide that and family will be present at
of stemmed flowers Pre- Canning Center, The meeting was : now you your
pare the soil well ahead of plant. called to order at 4,30 by vice-] the Lord's Table.
log by working In some organic president Janice Goodwin, due to Diy Book Chapter Vcriei
matenal. Select a site that Is the sbsense of Libby Bums, pre I
Sunday Zechariah 8 14-21
sident. I
Charlotte Slotilamlre led the! Monday Luke 8 4-15 *
+eM0"i yctTBA pledges to the American and 411 Tuesday Acts 10 3 US
>< Hags We sang a song led byl I IChsrlotte edneaday Romans 13 8-14
L votkm.Mr Linda And' read the des Thursday I Corinthians 3 1.9 Gpyyghl &W64. ttiuw A4vsrksiit Servita, lac, Iv.....,Vt,

*. Clark discussed with us Friday I Corinthian 11 17.22
7- MOA about the programs and an adult I Saturday I Corinthians 11 2342 -
ttl leader We also discussed our r... H *
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cords and got project books Linda
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Are gave the program on making
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"" .6cM wTaw. trends.
Kodak camera Janice Owdwin\ adjourned the
-- meeting. Our next meeting will be
;;rapture the font Trtober 13.


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CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. OUINCY.. FLORIDA. THURSDAY OCTOBER "1. "1984
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Miss Elizabeth Thomas Midgley UDC Centennial Presbyterian G. E. Borings

I

Is Bride of John Conley Hamer I WOMEN'S PAGE Celebration HeldIn Women MeetThe Observe 50thAnniversary

Women of the First Presbyterian
1 [ MariannaThe
Miss Ellrabeln Thomas Mldg
fey daughter of Mr. and M.... I Church held a meeting
Harold Pearson Midgley of Ben Luncheon I Person having Item of todal nature are urged to call celebration of the Centennial In Fellowship Hall yesterday at Dr. and Mn G E. Boring re.

nettwIHc and John Conley Ha The Midgley.Hamer wedding Mr*. May S. Rlchcndson at MAiD 7-8503 was of held the In Battle Marianna of Marianna at St.Luke' ten thirty, fallowed by a covered 1 celved many congratulations Sunday -
of Mr. and Mrs. JulianMcGllvary dish luncheon Those attendee
nor, son party and .000Iol.town guests were September 27 from their
Hamer of Clio, were honored; With a luncheon on saturday --_______._.n.____ s Episcopal Church, on Sun- were new officers.
married Saturday afternoon, September at the home of Mr. an., 1- day afternoon September 27t The president, Mn Fount May, many friends and relatives, the
26, at four-tlrfrty at the Mn Maxwell Gregg The home I two o'clock, with the William Henry Jr. presided The devotional was occasion being their SOUi wedding
home of the bride The Reverend was artistically appointed for the Presbyterian FAITHby Bundy-Fletcher Milton Chapter of The United given by Mrs. Lanler Richardson anniversary.

Lane Edwin pastor of the Fin occasion with bridal flowers:. Individual Women May S. Richardson Daughters of the Confederacy In Reports wen given on the Third The counle was not able to

Presbyterian Church officiated In tables were appointed for Meet (Devotional given at Quincy Marriage Told I charge.The services began with a reIglous Weekend Conference which was have Open Houat u they had
the presence of the Immediate the guests and the luncheon was held at Mara Vista, Panama CIty
families served buffet. Hosts for the At Panama Woman dub) Mr. and Mn Joe Bundy of service held in the main Beach. planned many months ago, due
occasion City Let us begin the new club year Route I, Quincy, announce the' body of the church, and then theassembly to Illness but the telegrams, flow
The were spoken before a were Mr. and Mrs Gregg, The then divided and Mrs.
vows A hundred with determination and enthusl marriage of their daughter, Carolyn file out to the Parish group
attend.
background of smilax and candelabra Mr. and Mn A. W. Pridgen, Mr. ed fifty women asm. The Quincy Woman dub to A le Evans Donald Fletcher louse for the main program, with E. C Love, vice president, talked en and good wishes tent them
the
holding lighted tapers and and Mn M. E. Padgett Mn Third Weekend Conferenceof can be no stronger nor more progressive son of Mr. and Mn M. D. Senator Spessard Holland u to Uw circle chairmen on plans helped make the day more event-
arranged with white roses and Frank Gibson, Mrs. D. C Breed. Presbyterial, Women of The than Its members, with Fletcher of Route S, Quincy.The peaker. Mn Wilson L. Baker,: for the new church yew
chrysanthcrr nis Arrangementsof 'en, Mn L. P. Barnes, Mrs. W. G. Church, Presbytery of Florida, each woman carrying her load double ring ceremony was at Tampa, president of the Florida The PI'Oll'lJ1chairmen wen In ful.The couple hat two children,

white chrysanthemums were :Hazel and Mrs J. F. McLaurtn, Synod of Florida, held at Man of the responsibility. We should performed by the Reverend Eugene Division of the UDC, presented the ot.er group and discussed Dr. Glenn Boring of St. Petersburg .
used In the home Sr. Vista Motel the deem It a privilege to be able to Moore Sunday afternoon Senator Holland to the assembly what they had learned at confer-
on Gulf at Panama and Miss Elaine at
The bride. given In marriageby Buffet Supper work and help pay for this handsome September 13 at 2 clock at nil after the singing of "Dixie" by ewe and formulated plans for the Boring
her father, wore a white lllk Mr. and Mn John F. Everett, Qty Beach September 26, 27. building. Some day our home In Greensboro with mem the group and a choral number month Quincy
brocade suit fashioned with sheath Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. C Cold- Bible Book Study, Exodus was grandchildren can point with prideto ben of the immediate families by a group from Cupola Junior Mrs. R. H. M. Davidson District
dress and full length coat buttoned berg entertained the Midgley-Ha. presented by Dr. Manford Gulzke, It and say "My grandmother attending College. Chairman talked on 'Worship" I ScoutivitiesMonday

to the neck. Her headpiecewas mer wedding party and 01110()(. Professor of Biblical Exposition, helped remodel that old landmark The bride Is a graduate of Senator Holland gave a resumeof I A delicious lunch was enjoyedat
a clrcelet and she carried a town guests at an Informal supper Columbia Seminary Decatur, Ga. ," Greensboro High School and It the battle, stating that it wasought noon. Sept 28, Troop 148
bouquet of white roses and Mock arty Saturday iJght at the Gold- These wen outstanding, soul'I Discouragement Is one of the employed by the Quincy State on the grounds when the I met at the Presbyterian Church.
The bride only ornament was a berg cabin following the wedding stirring talks, greatly needed for most defeating factors that can Bank first Episcopal Church stood, that We discussed our general plans
gold pin worn by her great-grand Arrangements at dahlias decorated times like these. I enter the life of a Christian. It The groom Is also It was burned during the battle, Hospital Report for the coming year and elected
mother at her wedding. the cabin and a delectable Others on the weekend schedule can become one of the most effective Greensboro High School a graduateof and along with two fine residences, Admissions: September 22 to Gunny Lou McCall u treasurer.
Miss Marianne Hulks of Ben- buffet supper was enjoyed. were Mn Ernest : weapons Satan can use Norman Park College Norman that then were casualties on both September 28- Mrs Margaret Cecelia Gephart, Brenda Forten-
nettsvllle was maid of honor. She Out-of.Town Guests I dent Women of the Church.pres.:: against u.Temporary. Park, Ga. He also attended, Wll ides, that the Federals retreatedto Newcomb Robert Raker, Dock berry, Mary Leila Gilbert and

wore a gold satin dress, matching' Among the astof-town guests bytery of Florida, Tallahassee, I failure need not Ham Carey College, HaWesburg, Pensacola with their wounded ialney, Miss Carolyn Ann Plckett, Elaine Hamilton were elected Patrol
shoes, an Ivy wreath headpiece who attended the prenuptial parties Miss a Lewis director of field hinder us from ultimate to successThus Mississippi He Is presently with Tie federals were trained militia Mrs. Essie Lee Branson, Mn Leaden The Assistant Patrol
and carried a bouquet of gold and and wedding wen Mr. and' program Board of Christian Education truth Is Illustrated In a lesson the United States Air Force, stationed sent to take the territory u Hattie McPhaul, Mn Mary Ann Leaden are. Kris Brawn,
bronze Fug) mums and ivy. Mrs. Hugh Dowling and children Richmond, Va., Mrs. from the life of Simon Peter at Forbes Air Force Base, a valuable farming source of Conedency Godwin, Mrs. Verna Thomas, Ross Gladys Mathers, Diane Gatlln and
Bridesmaids were Miss Cray Mr. and Mn. William Elliott and DwIght Goodner president-elect recorde/ In the 8th chapter of 'Topeka, Kansas. supplies along with the B. Harris, Samuel L. Rhames Joyce Edmonds.Our .
Lftfren of Saudi Arabia and Converse daughter, Barney, and Mr. and Women of the Church, Presbyery juke salt works on the coast and the Clarence M. Rentroe, Bobble Shiv troop Is happy to have
College, and Miss Dorothy Mrs Steve Werber and Miss Dorothy of Florida, Tallahassee, Mn Jesus had been using his fishIng Confederate forces doing the de- er, Mn Opal Rogers, Mn Ellen Donna Davis, who has recently
Dowling of Jacksonville both cou Dowling all of Jacksonville; George Patton, chairman District boat as a pulpit while he Coke Party For ending"were of "The Cradle and C Walsh and Vernon Blount, ull moved to Quincy from Tallahassee
inns of the bride. They wore dresses Mr. and Mrs. Ned union and 1, Pensacola, Mn. B. L. Willis, preached to the throng who stoodon Grave, being boys under fifteen of Quincy: Miss Elizabeth Ann .
of green satin, matching shoes, I son, Angus, of Quincy; 2nd U I chairman, District 2, Chestvlew, the shore. When he finished Recent Bride I and men too old for Army service, Waters Mn Margaret Phillips Vance Hewett
Ivy wreath headpieces and carried and Mn. Wilson Hlnson, Quan- I Mn Bryant Thompson, chairman, speaking he said to Simon Peter, who: hd'I home farming They and Mn Sealy C Joyner, Chat Scribe. Troop 148
bouquets similar to that of lien, Va.; Mn E. F. Bchannnn, District 3, Panama City Mn "Launch out Into deep and let Mn Allen Bostick, Jr., recent' 'only I fire arms, no military tahoochee; B. G Poppell and Mn
the honor attendant. Charlotte, N. C; and Mrs. Roy Cecil Butler, chairman District down your nets oru: draught." 1 bride, was the honoree at a delightful weapons but made a brave Dorothy Kelly, Havana: Mn Lau. Birthday Supper
The bridegroom was attendedby Moore, Cheraw, S. C 4 i. Havana Mn Charles Crump- > Simon answered with a note of I Cora Cola party when Mrs effort to defend their homes. veme Rudd, Tallahassee; James Jerry Suber was honored flh
ton, chairman District I Tallalassee. John Sober. Mill Susan MlriVtmi.Misss I Those attending the ceremonies
,
Robinson Greensboro Miss De-
his father as best man. discouragement born out of fall. : ; Ms 13th birthday with an outdoor
"Master have tolled all Marguerite Suber, and Miss from Quincy were Mr. and Mn ondra Barber, Mt. Pleasant: Mn by hit father W. T.
the ure. we given
Immediately following ceretnnny upper
held Coke Party For The Conference Committee consisted night and have taken nothing Jane Curry entertained for her at N. F. Fain Sr., Miss Evelyn McDonald Eva L Walsh, Concord and Mn Saber Jr.. and brother Bob Su
a small reception was
the home of Mr. and and Miss Mortimer Bassett
of Mn George Watts, Jr.. Mn W. E. Dorothy Holland Hosford
dub members often find themselves nightThe
her Saturday
In of the Midgley home.
the
garden of Gretna. Mn N. F Fain
Miss Linda CookMiss Chlpley. Mrs. M. H Naesem, Panama In like situations today. Mlddleton parents of Mn Suber large attractive birthday
the afternoon the couple
During and Susan Middleton. Sr. Is president of the Ann Jackson
City, Mn George Thomas, Early autumn BIRTHS: Mr. and Mn J. M.
They have served as faithfully as cake centered the refreshment
Lltih-
field left for Inn a at wedding Lltchficld trip Beach to S. C. Linda Cook, bride elect, Panama City Beach Mn Jack they know how In some office In flowers In shades of yellow. Chapter of the UDC No. 224, Barnes, Jr., boy, 9-22, Mr. and table, on the terrace.
and after October 1 will bt at was the honoree at a delightful OGwynn Mary Esther, Fla.Mn. which they feel they have completely bronze and gold wen at points of from Tallahassee Mrs. Albert Honey boy, 9-22, Mr. Guests were the honoree's aunts
Coco Cola party Thursday night DwlRht Goodner was Moderator failed, yet they are ap- Interest and Mn Freddie Rudd girl, B- and uncles] grandmothers and
In Clio.
home
when Mn Dura Walsh and Mn of "Forum For Program rooched by the nominating com The hnnoree and Miss Mary Book Club Meeting 25: Mr. and Mn Olin Kelly !girl. grandfather.
Mn Hamer was graduated
from BcnnettxvlUe High School, kiddy Jones entertained for her CommIttee Chairmen" and Miss mines and asked to serve againIn Howard Shelter, bide elect and Held Last Thursday 0-27 and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rogers Jerry was the recipient of many
the home of the bridges Mn Dun-
at former. recent Craig
B. Lewis moderator for the 028
was boy, occasion
attended Convene College and Is the same place or one evenharder. lap and Mrs. Don Munroe The Book dub held Its first nice gifts on this
student at St. Andrews Pres.byterlan The refreshment fable was class on "worship" They too, want to cry' were I
now : linen meeting of the fall season with
covered given as mementos of this
with a white net cloth classes "I have toiled with Club Meets
College, In Laurinburg, Following Saturday a no success Mr Russell Wallace as hostess Bridge
M.c. over mint green linen and centered recreation period and social hour Nothing Is given In the record to lovely 'Yrienda and Miss Garnet Laird gave the With Mrs. Johnson PECANS BOUGHTAny
Twenty
The bridegroom Is a graduate of by a tall milk glass epergne were held at Gulf Beach Presbyerian indicate Just what happened be- this occasion. wen guests on review of the book
Clio High School and at presentis holding yellow roses, white stock Church. Sunday morning tween the tint part of Peters Meeting time was seven forty Mn James Johnson was hostess \arMy Any AmMiri
enlisted in the U. S. Marine and Ivy. Party sandwiches potato services: which were preceded by statement and Its close We can five In the evening at the home olMrs. to the Tuesday morning duplicate
Corps sticks, cookies and Coco Colas classes at Mara Vista were also only Imagine that as he looked Engaged Couple Wallace, on Thursday September bridge club at her home on
Couple HonoredMr. were served. held at this church of which Rev. Into the matchless face of Jesus, 24. It was a postponed Highland this week. Colorful autumn CASH PAID

and Mrs. Charles E. Lyi.b Early autumn flowers were at Robert M. Lewis Is pastor. Dr. he caught something from those Honored meeting from the tenth. Miss flowers wen at focal points
entertained on Friday evening other points of Interest Gutzke brought the message. compassionate eyes from which Sunday LaIrd gave a most delightful summary Sandwiches dips, cake coffee! and PEARCE'S NURSERY
from six.thirty until eight-thirty In the bridal\ contests Miss Among the women from this tears had fallen when the Master A buffet supper at the home of of "The Charmed Circle," Coca Colas were served Noveltieswere
with an Informal party lor Miss ante Eubands and Miss Ellen area attending wen Mrs. Fount stood by the grave of Lazarus Mr. and Mn Raymond Hunt a refreshing novel of family life awarded for prizes Tree Surgery and Kenwral
ilizabrth Midgley and John Ha. Shepard of Havana were winners May Jr., Mn R. H. M. Davidson and when he sat on the hillside was an event of Sunday evening, at the turn of the century by Winners were Mrs. KennethMaxwell
tier whose wedding took place on and presented their prizes to the Mn Lanler Richardson, Mrs. Guy and wept over JerusalemThe honoring Miss Connie Vanstone Susan Ertz She carried them and Mn Sam Hlgdon, LandscapingLandscape
Saturday afternoon The Lynch honoree. Race, Mn Douglas Owens Mn next word Peter used was and her fiance, Robnrt Stewart through European travel with tint, Mn Henry Weinberg and
home was artistically arrangedwith Among the guests were mothersof Don May Mn Morris Suber all a pivotal word In which he turned The couple will be married Satur many adventures and a refresh- Mrs. Douglass Brooks, second and Plants
fall flowers and the refreshment the engaged couple, Mn Hicey of Quincy; Miss Inei Eubanks and himself around from the area day, October 10 at St Paul log love story, with a happy endIng Mn Albert Kohnke and Mn
table held an assortment of Conk and Mn Leo Ventry Mn Serla SandH., Havana; Mn of discouragement Into" the avenuerenew..d Episcopal Church. George W. Munroe, third.
dainty hon d' oeuvres. The hostesses gave the bride Sidney Johnson, Miss Laura Belle of activity, "nevertheless Guests wen members of the The hostess served ice cream
Dinner Party elect an appropriate gift u a Edwards, Gretna Church; Mn at Thy word I will let down honorees' families and cookies
Following the party at the Lynch memento. Byron Saber and sister, Mn the net"Then The next meeting will be held
home Friday evening the Mldnlcy- Katherine Guthrie of Gainesville, are times In our work, Miss Cook at the home of Mrs. Nev. C
framer wedding party and out-of- Mrs. Dick SuberIs and Mn Forrest Davis Jr., of when for reasons we cannot see or lutchlnson on West Franklin St.,
town guests wen entertained with Woodland Church understand we go through periods the second Thursday In October.
a buffet dinner party at the Marlboro Bridge Hostess when It seems that all ve can Tells Plans Mrs Albert Flake is to review the

Country Club. Individualtables Mn Dick Sober was hostess to Tally Club Meets do Is Just go along and hold things Plans for book.
formed a semicircle I around her Wednesday afternoon bridge together as best we can. Perhapswe llr.wedding Sunday,
the bride table which was centered club Early autumn flowers wen With Mrs. McMillan see no evidence of progressor October 4, to William Franklin Misses Floyd, Jeffcoat
. with pink roses and pink at points of Interest Precedingthe Mn. Sam McMillan was hostess gain. At such times we are Vestry are announced by Miss
Linda
handles Hosts for the ocmslcmen game she served a dessert to the Tally Bridge dub at tempted to quit or seek a new Fay Conk, daughter of Mn Honored On Birthdays
'* Mr. and W B Adams, Mrs. Winton Edwards was high her home Wednesday. Colorful au place of service. Cook Hlcey L. Cook and the late Mr. Miss Vlcld Floyd and Miss Dfan iwlI
Mr and Mn A.rt Breeden, Mr score winner. on this occasion tumn flowers were at Interest Now, when Peter yielded his of Quincy. Jeffcoat were honored on their l
and Mrs. Eugene Breeden Mr. Guests" playing with the club potnU. Preceding the game refreshments will to the Lord, what happened? First The ceremony will be at the 6th birthdays with a dance at
end Mn F. T. HolUs Mr. and were Mn Carl Hazenburg Mn were served.Mn. They caught so many fish that Baptist Church with the Rev. he Quincy Woman Club given

Mrs E. M. OTurl, and Mr. and Winton Edwards, Mn Bill Mataffey Charles H. Gray.... high they broke the nets and Oiled the Thomas Miss Cooks E. Cuttino fiance officiating by their parents, Mr. and Mn

>fn Carlisle Smith _and_ Mrs.__Carl _Fryer score winner on this occasion'TEMPLE" boats so full that they began to of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Is Vestry the son CJlQuine' J.Ernest H. Floyd Jeffcoat and Mr. and Mn
Saturday night
-- --- --
L sink Peter was humbled by this '.
Falling at ills Masters ) Colorful balloons and rrepeatreaml'ra
experience. Miss Dolores Perry will be maid
decorated the club.A .
feet he confessed his unworthiness
of honor Miss Charla Whltehunt, .
large cake which was beautifully
and received from the
cousin of the bride-elect
of Panama decorated and embossedwith
Savior the most gracious reward
CIty, Miss Janice Eubanks. the Number "14' centered
that can come to a child of God -
I and Mrs. Martha Parramore will
he refreshment table. Punch
I was
a greater trust Jesus said, "From be bridesmaids.
also
served
henceforth thou shall catchMEN Leo Ventry will be his sons
," Dancing by record music was
belt man. Serving as usher will enjoyed during the evening
In a museum housing many be Bill Oventreet. Fort Deposit, Sixty of the girls' friends were
statues by a noted French sculptor Ala. Roy Downs, Jr., William L. guests on this occasion.
Is a piece of work which to Parramore and Bobby Cox of
the casual observer might seem Quincy.
Birth AnnouncementMr.
out of place among the shapely
Following the wedding ceremony
i1d1i44 figures and forms which grace a reception will be given and Mrs. R. L. Allman of
( this collection. It ls simply a by Mn Hlcey Cook, the bride- In Angeles, California announce
&Z E- ,hand but it represents a sublime I elect mother, at the church. the birth of a daughter on the 24th 4J
Idea. The hand of God laalways I if September She weighed six
I present and operative Inhuman pounds and has been named Margaret \
Luncheon For Jane, for her paternal grandmother i ,1ten ,1\\\
I The affairs.a:: I In Mr. and Mrs R. C All. ?sue
r ,harmony with the teachingIs of Quincy VisitorMrs. nun of Madison Wisconsin, are
classic the Bible, when through weariness the paternal grandparents and Mr. {
grace I apparent failure, oppositions C. D. Gerbertflrtg of Philadelphia and Mn N. F. Fain Sr. of Quincy
from within and without, one feels Pa., was the honoree at are the maternal grandparents 1
himself slipping Into the depths of a delightful covered dish luncheon The couple has one other
contemporary fashion discouragement, let him nnew given at the home of her mother, daughter, Tames Caroline, aged
his faith and fortify his courage Mrs. Helen H. Smith. three.
by reading Islah 41:IS "I, the Mrs. Alma Owens assisted In
,Lord thy God will hold thou right entertaining Hostesses wen the Birth Announcement
Hie the hand saying unto thee, few not. I honoree aunts and nlacces.
just-right toe, sleek short heel, the I A beautiful arrangement of Mr. and Mn Anthony Mixon
will help three I of Tallahassee (the former MiaKal"fll
When IlIIUI' FAITH? Doubt Is chyeanth mums centered the dining FINE
perforated detailing to very today I Gilbert of Quincy) announce
the most depleting factor thai table and were at other focal the birth of a daughter

Natural Bridge follows can enter the mind of man. Doubt points In the home August 28 at Tallahassee Memorial "
Temple classic lines
I CLOTHES
:conquers no frontiers, wins no Out of town guests were, Mrs. HospitaL She weighed six >
W. D. Baggett Mrs. C L
battles builds no bridges nor Tampa.
pounds, seven ounces and has
always so fashionable, wd fitting. I club houses, opens no doors Hunt, Winter Haven, Mrs. R. M. been' named Tonya Karen. NEED
.
I Willis, Tallahassee... Ross Lan-
climbs no mountains dispels no Maternal grandparents are. Mr.
.'darkness, spreads no cheer nor gly Attapulgus, and Mrs. Ed and Mrs. Lewis Gilbert Quincy, fr? ( MORROW'S
reclaims no lost lives Then II !Lang'y' Calvary.Shower. and Mr. and Mrs. S. L Mixon of ,
a lot of darkness this world today Hammond La. are the paternal
1 the darkness of hatred, For grandparents.4rs. PKOFESSIONAL
prejudice, lust greed and Intol
te( (prance but Jews Is a lamp lighter, Miss Hill Douglass BrooksIs I.dwarf ia Yyw CARE
the of the world.) He says to Patty

!Hls followers, "Let your light soshine Mir Patty Hill bride elect was Luncheon Hostess

f : before men that they may the honoree at a lovely miscellaneous Mrs. Douglas Brooks entertained
see your good works" Darkness shower Thursday night her Havana Bridge Club with
1 can he dispelled; only by light. when Mrs. Alva D. Moulton enter a three course luncheon Wednes-
"I like the woman who faces tamed for her. An arrangement rf day. Early autumn flowers went Thai means gentle h.ndJinl.llf. for tile most

what she must autumn flowers flanked by spate Interest points. delicate of fabrics scientific removal
spot
I With step triumphant and a bean of Love birds highlighted the Mrs. Clarence Morgan won high
of cheer coffee table. score and Mrs. Potter Woodbery expert pressing on special equipment. care

Who fights the daily battle without The gifts wets under a white, won cheerio prize. Both were ful attention to little details and minor repair*.

6S'EI I$ 1.. (Sees her' hope fall, yet keeps unfaltering en lacy at umbrella other Interest and colorful points in flow.the warded personal articles. __ Samtone is all this so much more than just

trust party rooms Positive Protection drjrcleamng. Call on us today for that pro/tlJiortJ
That God Is God that somehow, Bridal games and contests wm Sanitone service.NOW .
I1spplansi Just. enjoyed during evening 1
Brown Calf work out for motUUs.: The "nonets II't the 1 greats Against TERMITES!

\ not a tsar a dried with coffee
Black Calf Is shed when fortune which me Mother of the bride elect Mrs IS THE TIME!
I world holds dear H. H Hill was among the guests
Falls from her rasp, better with The hostess presented the bounces
Red Calf I love a crust crystal In her chosen pattern. CHECK YOUR CLOSETS FOR
Than living to dishonor envies $
I MOLD AND MILDEWIN
r Nor kws faith In man. but doe.INors Coach Jones Key

I her best YOUR WINTER CLOTHES.
"" munnen at her bumble Club Advisor ,

AAAA to B I But with a smile and words d Qulnry High Key dubs new 1tUIII-nwil lasers Gel Them Ready Now
test faculty advisor foe the 1M4-6
hope gives
BAGS TO :MATCH To every Idler. She alone Is year to Leslie Jones. Coach Jones, issue_a sow.n, .=t...a.d
as he la known to many of the students ,o.a.e..st law ,.....s7wry COOL WEATHERIS
"by trachea science and Is .s..s ..
Wt a life heroic, cagnetsfats. assistant
vanity football coach. Wean =: .J-:': ALMOST HERE!
glad to have him as our new --.. w.e.soa
.
: Mrs. T.W. Griffin adand have already benefit -'s- ar..s re .us..r.K sod M .,,_ .01
*! from his helpful advtc .....- suse less
Hostess At Bridge This yew the Key tab. hes was 5% N is uses .. 5 sue Mesa

I Mrs T. W. Griffin wu hostess built a new conmtio bmxh and ne set ...., tan
to her Thursday afternoon bridge will sett hot chemists eoCee and teas 800IIUt morrow efeane/'J
club at her home this week Early dmchnuts at all home football \
fall flowers were hi the Uvtng and tia- SM er tall ,.. teal l..Wt IN

,caning rosin As part of our attempt to boiler bates a e Peel k Lmbst CORNER: MONROE AND CRAWFOBD
Winner of high ass WM. awarded the Interest and enthusiasm s* our tnMnblc C--a7. STREETS
a I football would like tit
novelty team we
I r.... m.a'1I QUINCT. FLORTOJlI
i During the afternoon dee and urt* everyone' la i ,
,I Isnadu= were served. Tlc r* play F rkfijslsad a

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,I CADSPEN" COUNTY) TIMES, QUINT. rLOWDAJTHCTSDAY- OCTOBER 1 1984 PAC 8Btr
I Along with work there "as al*) daughter of J.cklOlIfI'Pre recent also He said that
while he
time for relaxation. Four partiei:! guests of her aunt Mrs was to a similar campaign once to the I A Biscuit Bank In Your Kitchen |

I including a semi formal dance and Solomon Owens.Mrs one he i in here, he ""lout with c ...
a square dance were among the V. C Payne of Gadsdtn, one of he goo, deacons and
_
highlight There was also "Ai I Ala. was a recent of hoi,
guest promptly tot Ml In the head witha '
Evening of at Florida Mime,"Summer by the \Mvenlty sister, Mn A. D Mayo. golf ball. The meeting had to Jj 11 J'

an afternoon of recreattaat Symphony ; Mrs. Henry Faulk Macon returned! be called off due to his bl'lnIlald
e from Albany and Ca, up In the hospital I'm sorry that
Camp
Uauberg In Gainesvilleand
,, where the visited relatives I won't be able to play this noted
a reception by the' Un ,
of Honda; President, v.rlij Mrs. C D. Johnson has been 1 In; speaker (and golfer while he'a IIUVL

Wayne Rests and Mrs. Rein al i iLeesburg attending a meeting ol f btoI't'
the President home the Board of Missions of the And hv the wov I lm, "t*'t1flOll
savs that Sen Bam ,;heater V 4
Florida Methodist Conference
The complete) of all t s
oooperatlon I
4-H Club 4.H'ers. along with Mr' leaden, She was in Orlando Sunday for a Is a fellow Rotarian I m Hit dub) (
the In Phoenix He has also had the (
Mpn.. nuke this first annual 4.H i planning conference of Wea-
News Views Slate Conference the biggest rio, levan Service Guild of the Methodist pleasure of having Miss America,
Church. who la also from Artiona make
cess ever and
helped the "
pave
THE nMT A>MAL 4BITATE a visit to Grand Canyon College!.
way for 4.JI'1I'5! of the future Z,11'1I. Lee' R. Munroe returned
CONFERENCEBy : : The Juniper Jumpers 4.H dub I Tuesday from Macon with her of which he Is president (She

.1') I ThompsonThe met Wednesday. September 23 al t granddaughter Julie Monroe after was Miss) Arizona! at that time .

the home of Mrs. B. Scott Clark: spending thl'l'l'I '' there though
Oral annual 4 '
H Stale Con. with eleven members and In Atlanta I '
fcreno. held nn the University offlortdas present Those who missed the Gadsden ;
Refreshments were served at the Mrs. C R Shaw of Jacksonvilleand .
County Chamber of Commerce .
campus June 1519 I
,
I Is this week
beginning of the meeting We Quincy spending
was an event to he rrmomhorod filled out project sheets for the, here at her home banquet Monday night missed a pST .
4.H boys and !girls from all 0YeI'the coming and elected the following Jack Richardson Sam McMil treat Justice Millard Caldwell
state of Florida made history' year Ian. Dick Suher and Winton Edwards made a most Interesting and Jm- 1
officers. President Meta
when met, for the first ly talk. And there were also ex : GR Wa '
they time, .
1 lyn Haire; vice pl'l'lidPntSuaan spent the weekend In Jackson
;
for one week of joint 411 activities dark Miss. and attended the Misssslppt !' llent talks by retiring president,
: aecrelarytreasurerJean.
W. D. Lines, and the new
prexy +. .
Ie Suber recreational and Stale Florida football
Throughout all previous years leader Carol Wagner; reporter song game Mitchell Drew: Judge Hugh Taylor I! !Lr t
of .
ef 4H work 4Hers were divided !'- Rooalyn Fletcher; council Mn Thomas Smith' and mother was an outstanding master T"-
: ceremonies, too. The food was M
by separate Short CouiwsThe delegate Anne! Suber and devotional Mrs. Glenn l Griffith spent Monday also Biscuit lovers, did you know that you have a genuine "bli sit
good
boys met annually at the UnIversity leaderJane Smith. in Tallahassee i tank"right In your own kitchen? Your f ret. rl This wry day,u_.ift
: : Florida In Galnmvllle: The meeting was adjourned at CM. and Mrs. W M. Robinson daughter Is modern s lf.rising flour, you ran roll and rut enough biscuit t*
My Judy, a metbee -
had their offl.1cei
where Mate S pm by the president Jr. had u recent guest his niece Cast you a week deposit' them In your frmtr, bake them ss (oa
of Matt the
the of Tiger
: while the girls, having their Rosalyn Fletcher, and husband Mr. and Mrs. Robert teed them In a 4t0 i oven without thawing)
State offices In Tallahassee. met Tale this year Mrs. Lamar, the ...
this unusual. !
reporter Lane Decatur, Ga. -- --- The key to timesaving feat Is an Dew phosphate
each year at F S.U. These sep Susan Middlcton, Mary Hall3regory. Journalism teacher, has been try. : FTTERSBURO (FNS) Lovely model Marilyn Harris learns ivnlng agent which mnr and more mill. are incorporating a
erationi consequently kept all and rig to get her to write a column their already fours Called SUbll the
Marguerite Suber all about orchids she reflect on an "Orchid Festival". them ath-I rising newlesrenlng
Hale 4Hen apart In one way I Jane Curry students at Gulf CoutColIl'gt' like her dad- "Little Bits and of th* eleventh annual Fall\ Bank Orchid Show Sponsored by agent from food laboratories of Monsanto Company
or another I? Panama City, spent the Little Pieces by little Hutch"She the Florida West Coast Orchid Society It will be held In the is 'tt'\o only by oren heat, relrsses leavening power at just theright
Earlier In the year, plant had JO"l i wPt'krnd11h their parents. wont budge though lobbies of the Union Trust Company, a local bank. Scheduled rive blarult full and flavorful lightness.To .
been made for moving the girls Miss Flbahethondward, student for October 24 and 25, the show will exhibit over 650(10 rare, frees biscuits, prepare dough according to your favorite selfU
state offices to Gainesville and at Presbyterian College. St. On Tuesdav night Oct J at exotic! orchid blooma and plants valued at $170,000 from allover rising flour recipe using told milk I Because cold milk contributes celonger
drawing up joint' *.H Comtitu Judge and 1.11'11. Charles R. Petersburg, spent the weekendwith 7:SO an Informal meeting will the state of Florida, the US and various peels of the fretser storage life, put two ice tubes In the: milk for Ave or
Man, After district meetings Scott. daughter Stephme and Miss her parents Mr and Mrs. be held at Kittrell Restaurant on world. The show is free to the nubile and In the put tour yean 10 minutes to help reduce It* temperature. Roll and knead the dou
throughout the stale and abolish Sally tthitelaw of Jacksonville R. D. Woodward Jr West Jefferson Street to go Into It his attracted t total of 17,572 visitors as usual. Cut biscuits and plea them on a rookl sheet or flat bole
rnent of all state girl officers representatives spent the weekend with Mrs Mn R D Woodward Sr.. who the possibility of forming a Toast toured pan Pep them Irate the::*ilng I eompattmnt' o-re: quickly a*
were elected from I 1 Scott brother.low and sister, has brI'I1ialtln relatives In At. masters Club in Qutncy A ymmg poesibl When'they have hard (about two ) peckuss
!: who Is member of the Tallahassee them in aluminum foil, plastic loo in nlastla tot
each district I to attend a planning Mr and Mrs. Pelham Sullivan. lanta for several weeks returned man a wrap er ** Mt*
In Gainesville New club was In my office best result do sot store these package ta the freeser for more
meeting They entertained with a dinner ,home Saturday with her son R
last week and I made notes than a week,
stale officers were elected from Sunday at which all the Stephen D. Woodward, who went to Atlanta tome
Including his name, and blessed If
these representatives family were guests I for her
I dldnt lose hem. he
Early In June announcementswent Mhs R. C McCann of Atlanta The Rev and Mrs. E. Nash Phil. Anyway
described It being a kind of advanced
out td the 4 H who as
ers were
from
arrived Tuesday to visit her sister pot returned home Saturday In
elected to represent their counties Mrs L P. Hagood Leesbuif where he attended I Dale Carnegie course FLETCHER Inc.
public speaking at a much much CO.
at th first conference Those
Mrs. H H Mallard has returned meeting of the Board of Missions to
lower Then
cost are my
from Gaieties county were Anne from Coral Gables where she of the Methodist Conference of the w
Suber, Louise Sunday, Jaynean Is knowledge: many graduates
Bate, who
spent a month with her son, Miss Leewood here last
held
Wooribery, Shprly Thompson, Lib- Charles Spooner and family now living In Orlando attended Carnegie who course should be Inlerested In w IN GREENSBORO

by Bums, Jim Spooner and liarold Mrs. Ruth Neilson, director of John Hanewk Insurance Schoolin year this If you are interested 4
Ray. Cancer work, Tallahassee, was a Boston, Mass, last week program be reSo and attend I themeeting 9r
After everyone had arrived at business visitor here Tuesday Mrs. E. B. Lewis of Long at
night
Hume Hall and had gotten settled, Mr, and Mrs !Larry Bryant and Beach Calif. Is visiting her sister KI ttreU' next Tuesday r
s. NOW BUYING
the week began! Its mighty pace two daughters of Jacksonville, Mrs. Jeff Davis and hus-
Eve"/ morning and evening there foremerly of Quincy, have movedto
was an assembly at either Walker Qiatlahoochee. where he halilCa'pted band.Mrs, Bill Hazen and children
_
Auditorium or the Medical Center a position at the State of Live Oak spent the past week Is I ...a'i"
Auditorium Speakers such .11 Hospital with her mother, Mrs. Oliver MeKeown .. L
the Honorable D. R. (Billy) Mat Mrs. Clinton Bassett president who accompanied them :_ Y EAR CORNAND
thews Congressman: Dr. Ralph Quincy Womens Club and Mrs. home for a few days Miss Gam I Ir
3. Massey, Sociologist: Miss Ruth I Don Brown, president of the Junior et Laird also went with them. rv .
Harris, family Life Specialist: Women Club have returned s" r
and Dr. M. o. Watkins,
from an executive board meetingof
Florida Agricultural Dlrector'l the Florida Federation ofWomen's
Service: gave the week Clubs In Cocoa
and pleasurable sides I H W Rollins has returned from I Bits And
There was work for all 4 H enLeading ; I MOIILI ATOMIC POWEI This hut-lus contraption oa
: I Mnntomery when .h* visited his
discussion groups presiding : wheel. .la the Bortsts new mobile alomla power station,
wife who has been a patient hi
at assemblies, and serving PiecesBY i. TC8 X II
The
,,Saint Margarets Hospital for uranium unit eaa oVrdop 1,000 kllowalti and
on committees were Just a few I several weeks { work for s yea* on sack loading SHELLEDCORK
ef the Jobs for each member HITCH -
_
Charles W Patterson who recently
retired from the Air Force, A

Mason Music stationed at Luke Field, Arizona f
has now located at Greenville, S. Only three days more1 to the ,5 w
COMPANY C lie joined his family her for tune of Five Minute. More And ,
the weekend at the horn of her boy will I be glad! T have just "
14 E. Washington Sheet Parents Mr and Mrs. Albert about had It. Just to he able once

Laing and they all left Sunday again to look oat front and ntest-
PIANOSORGANSBand for Greenville, Mrs Patterson and greeted by the shining
children have been visiting her ance of one of those Core work
Instruments parents and brother.In.law, ..ndII.tl.'r. en will be divine It his been along ,
and Accessories Mr. and Mrs. larger And- hot summer and I'll kid you
pans for the past two months nut! My hope is that all those

Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 Mrs. Ethel Chapman of Troy AlaI colored people who have been will not led c WE HAVE COMPLETE 1
I guest of her son.In.law and down the prlm.pAlh a"a
Opel Man TI.... Wed Frlto .. ;laughter: Mr, and Mrs, Edward he too disappointed by what they e g

4 I ,.... All Day Sat I B. WoodherryMr have gained by" becoming he able flrst to # FEED MILL FACILITIESTOP
class till..n. To
i and Mrsdullan and
!Harper
vote. and by mat I mean to be
able to vote your own conviction,
with Intelligence la a God sent
gift But to let someone whom
MERRILL'SSee you know not to11aM, how to w..
vote and how II plain '

folly QUALITY
Our Mid.Winter MajesticSEPARATES I -
Had I post card from Shorty I
Parrlsh who runs the landing FALL SEED and
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th* .h"are bltl-and the A BUM
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SKIRTS BLOUSES JACKETSand FERTILIZERSFLETCHER
there before
could get off down I black velvet evening
SWEATERS in the heavy rains come again haveto and ft black smtln bow fOWLOnly .ball I Ia'd9lt

mess things l'I'u'8rtUl' i break up DM amooU _
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Blue and Green
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Sizes 8 to 18 for I while fl.hln'l lwo-oune.Household Hint CO. INC.

I Dr, N E Patterson of Phornlx 1pl'1l"Iue that ,
ran be
FINAL CLOSE-OUT ON SUMMER Art, who Is ormdurting I revival UMJ for my boiiMhold
at the FIrst Baptist Churchwas sad Including I'tUIIIl'l'hotoe' lit + 4C.i' "Wttt Gadfdtn's Largwl' Source
speaker at the Kiwanis Hub an album rtcJptI lit recipe
SKIRTS $1.98 Monday I was talking tn him book or flalnl' broke ripe and ol Supply"

before the meeting got underway aaseeel. ""Ie aYaJlUlt for N

and learned that he I* a golfer een...._ __ __ _.. __ _
ttUM'iNO rot OCT. l -Brills* Ubour Party leader HSM Telephone! 442-2225 Grttruiboro. FloridaLikable
I old W'lloa' checks on campaign posters U the LMutos) liMd II

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LICENSESin are capahl of changingcolor -

OCCUPATIONAL so U to blend" with their
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pound Jewflsh displayed at Marino- ,

Und of Unrtrt became busily beautiful Buick'65.
blind and bnrsws of this tumod
the City of Quincy ,completely. Mark In enlnr The

Ash was treated far Its Untilm\ Affordable
and regained" IU vision slung with

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CAtia. EIGHT CADSDEN COUNT TIMES, QU1.CY. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, ..6.

children so continually escape Injure enutorlal caiuLuat Haydon Bums
RegistrationDrive
Episcopal or death In the face of the of Jacksonville Official In the

many hazards they confront and Ends cities visited will Issue proclamations SURE
Church Holes court I can't think of the numberof for voter registration, as has "tip GET YOUR
times 1 have seen Infants or This Week been don In the major cities already VOTE
from St. Fiul'i small children poised on edge of visited rrrr
Well, today It the day ol rte some deadly hazard, only to see Democrats In Florida are engaged In Tallahassee,: Governor Far-
of St Michael them com through unscathed u in their own that
angels, the Feast war rls -lode
If by some miraculous Intervention. Bryant turned out In an
and A3 Angela It', hard In three It carries us a step beyond sprawls scram the Mat Ilk* a Sam costume to Illustrate his belief :
sophisticated times, to take note the contention of Father Day In klng- lzed hurricane. The rw Is In citizenship revolving around
of angels but the scriptural evidence Carence Day's Ute With Father being fought In towns, cities and the exercising of the voting Iranchls -
for their existence li certainly that "God certainly must take county seats from Marlanna on *. The Governor and his staff
sound, and the rational arguments -' special care of ._.___._.._.__ fools the North to Key West on the all turned out to greet the caravan.
for their existence practically and Democrats" The Banns mutt, and Its generals are State The Citizenship Countdown has
unassailable, and beside of Matrimony are herewith published Democratic Executive Committeeman bun hitting rt&latratlooaI'itI! ashigh
that happen to like the for the third time between Chairman, Warren Goodrich, as 750 new registrations per
whole IIJ:anyway. ', wonderful Miss Isabel Conttanc Vanstone with itemorratic State Committeeman day In some areas, and the day
to think that the creative activity and Mr. Robert Franklin Stewart James "Jimmy" James, by day Increase In percentages of WALL'S Cole Market
of God didn't stop with man, of St Paul's ParIah. The mar heading the forces In the field voter registration points to an King Super
but extends to creatures Infinitely nags Is to be solemnized and assisted by Mrs. Cecelia Doherty, eventual! ail-lime high In registration.
iiiperlor to him In their endowment blessed In St. Paul's Church, October committeewoman from Palm State-wide the drive, assisted
An especially happy as- 10, 1964 After consul Beach County, directing the Democratic by local civic organizations,
pert of the i zma of angels 'has tation with a number ollnlL'rat. women. has registered a total of 70,000
to 6. with a commemoration kept ed parishioners .d.dedAlJ: The enemy Is "voter apathy," voters.In I : )
In the Roman obedience but nuts Guild, the Rector and the Democratic Registration Jacksonville and other cities, ri :
part our Andean tradition, the I the occasional days for which thePrayer Army If doing a man-sized job of the massive "Berlin Wall" was I II
l of the Holy Guardian Angels Book provides propers= wiping out one of the nation's viewed with awe by residents who I t
kept within the week One which have In the past been kept archenemies, "the voteless won I,visited the display, and it was U.S.D.A. GOOD ROUNDSTEAK
finds it very hard to evade the either at 7 a.m, or 10 a.m., will, der." obvious to the members of the 1 1I
Idea of guardian angels when he after the beginning of the Church's This week marks the windupof I caravan, that Its message was'
sees. the manner In which small new year on November 29th, Ad. this masslvt drive to get Florida hitting home. I
-- -- vent Sunday, all be observed, at Democrats registered, so that I
In Miami'
The drive will wind
( up
10 am. Ttils means that any hey can vote In November So ties'
when the caravan
holy day falling on other than a far Democratic "dtize..3hlp,on Friday I'
SEPTIC TANK Democratic
I Sunday will have an observanceat Countdown Caravan" has covered In with a special
SERVICEVACUUM I that hour. Major holy daysthose 14 of Florida's counties, with vot-,function being planned by Tales"the
of
II with an Octave will have er Interest at an all Urn high for publisher "Donkey y
I Jack Sullivan. The entire
,
magazine
a second celebration at : the usually "unjrlamorous" business
ell will
spiritual unit of mobile displays 1r
In forwarding of registration. The exccp-
motorcade
life of the Parish we are continuing lions Interest garnered for the participate In a gigantic
this week to five more James.built caravan of mobile planned for Dad County
responsibility to our young people units can be attributed to the residents. I
In connection with the public unique approach to the problemof lb.79c
:worship of the Church. On this voter apatfiy. The caravan Is h
and every succeeding Sundaythere headed up by a trailer-mounted' r
will be one of them on hand missile that points up the remain.I r
to read the Lessons at Morning Ing days of registration next
Prayer and the Epistle on the general comes the replica of Berlin's '
CLEANED communion Sunday. After amoui" wall, which reminds 'In-I -..
REPAIRED I II the first of October we will again Florida voter of his unique IJ
haY a Sunday evening! service loge of unhindered voting, and, FRESH CAUGHT MEDIUM
I I on each Sunday. The Rector will !finally! the caravan presents:: the I
627.840 I officiate at the Healing Serviceon 'Flam of Liberty" pointing out
the first Sunday of the month the necessity of keeping the flameof
I and occasionally on other Sundays, progress burning with the election -
Nights 627-6868 but th* principal responsibility of Democratic candidates.
for the evening service will be Now, the final week of the drive : 5tt Poi MULLETG"
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QUINCY with the Episcopal Young Church will concentrate on the complete Ib.
annihilation of democracy's archenemy -
VAULT CO. men.A the "voteless wonder." I On Friday, October S at the Sa
balanced life includes work, With stops In Cocoa, Daytona wano Cub the women golfers wW I
VAULTS MONUMENTS recreation, meditation and study. Beach, Sanford, Orlando, Lakeland have their first luncheon and business
and Tampa on the agenda meeting as 12:30.
MAINLINE DRIVE Some marriages which originateIn or the early part of the week, I Th slat of officers for the I FRESH GROUNDBEEF
QUINCY Heaven wind in In divorce the caravan will be met in Tampaon coming year will be presented and
courts. Wednesday at 2 p.m. by gub- w* are hoping to get all the following
people to do the follow
ing Jobs: $100
/ Ask us about our 7traamnimiimii.il President Helen Taylor; vice 3lbs. 1
president Elizabeth Cantey:
.... treasurer Audrey Helen In
1tJ'&Iaecretary; Margaret .
Markham; social chairman-
Jean Taylor; membership chair:
FROSTY MORN
SLICED
manMartha Carol Smith; special
jOMUmn events chairman Cemma Y
Gay and handicap chairman-
Lucille Sheller. /
And maybe I will writ the BACON 49C
Tee Pot \If they can't find anyone
else to dd ItlKir.rmPOVEKTY! ?,.
I
{ Prove for : FUNDS ..
yourself Zenith's Com
The House Appropriations
greater mltte has approved an emergency FRESH LEAN MEATY SPARERIBS \
dependability fund totaling almost a billion i
dollars to finance the poverty war,
urban mass transit dvil rights, ,
and food stamp program The
largest allotment went to the ad t 49c

STEW ART.YOUNG gram.allotments.ministration's Congress antipoverty must approve pro the Ib.,



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CADSDEN I COUNT? QUPfCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER I"M' fACE NlN
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Explorer ScoutsTo by the National Board of Fire Underwriters dudes yesr-olds., year-olds, Pine HD Club it Quantira, Va., also attended
related to fire safety walking mares, Juveniles. amateur the WC'l tllllIl.

THE Learn About AROUND in are the the home following Among' the question pleasure walking, and walkIng Has MeetingThe Mrs. Eerie C. Schofleld spent

Do you know the location d horse championship classes Tuesday In Valpartso where aha
FARM Gun MechanicsThe The the fire-alarm box nearest your Miscellaneous daises Includeroadsterto Pine Home Demonstration conducted a chest of InstrutUon
for !leaden o| the Sunbeams
horneT -blke, roadster-to-;Club met at 7:, Thursday evenlog
pony
FRONTBY Interest of Explorer memo SQUARE Do you know how to turn In a bike, parade horses Arabians Sept. 54 at the home of Mrs Mrs. C. T Straughn will visit
ben at the Boy Scouts ol Amer- farm alarm (English Tack; costumes, 12 Lean Weaver. Mrs O V MePherson : relatives In DrFuniak this .eek

let In rifles and hunting has leda se dub r Do you know the telephone number yean and under: costumes. open president, presided end
DOYLE CONNER number at Explorer Posts in of the fire department. ? Im'lulling Arablana; English i Mrs Henry Grady rend leaPaalm Mrs. Sum Renfroe of Graceville
COMMISSIONERFLORIDA the Su annee River Area Council i Do you have a plan of escape pleasure. Western pleasure; Eng- followed hv a prncr was guest of Mr. and Mrs James
to schedule a briefing on gun mechanics from your hone 111 cue of ere ilsh and Western pleasure champlonshlp The roll was called by the see Watts Sunday
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURERats u a part ol their post Do you hold tire drills in your ; pnny pleasure, and 1 rotary with 13 members present, Mrs R B Lester and sister.
program according to Dr. Edwin Hell, hall is trying its level home? Quarter Horse Haler clauses and Mrs. Marjorie Gregory. Home Mm. C. R. Kennedy of Jacksatville -
are costly pests and i Harts' advisor to the Scout Coundl best to arrive Tin ,',oier days Dr. Manse explained that Boy The afternoon performance, .Vmoiwtratlon Agent spent a few days recently n
menace to human health l Explorer Cabinet feel so good I Just' can't believe'Scout troops 1\ill draw up a fire lasses I through 10, will begin Mrs Mtfhcnnn appointed Mrs Mobile, Ala, and visited Dr and
It Is estimated that a rat eats Wildlife Men Coniultanta to give nfle and that some people like Summer safety plan that can be used by at J'30 pm The evening performance I. Henry Grady, Mrs Fred litres Mrs M I) Knsrr Dr. Ka,,'r
about J5 worth of food a year and hunting safety presentation are better than tall but they do. Individual box* and their families classes 11 through 25. and Mrs 1>1. L Hl'j( ltrr to serve was with the Qulncy School "s.
contaminates 10 times that muc.". To Don NewUniforms secured from a local National Rifle Understand Untie Tessle is to check: on vine( tire hazards will begin : T:SO p m. They on the Planning Committee to present 11'111962.83.. HP is now direct
One authority estimates the Association group or from the brushing off his huntin' cap. I I and to prepare for a possible fire will be at Cairo I Saklle; I Clubshow the club desires for l Sstudies. of testing and prod'MOT of pay-
annual loss to rah in the U. S.I police. herLBi office. military imagine a lot of hunters are getting in the borne 1 ring just off U. S. 84 In the iholigy at the lm\entity: of South
runs betwer 2H and 4Vi BIL- SoonThe reserve, or a sportsmen group. exuted A covey of fat 11'1 The eight, nine. and ten year eastern part of Cairo. Mrs. Gregory prevented 1 the Alabama .
LION dollars, or about equal to Included In the briefing are quail went 'Url''lng through our old Cub Scouts will also talk about i program on Management Principles Mrs. Kary !le>thekker and her
the production from 100,000 familiar khaki uniform ri discussions and demonstrations ol yard last week and last Sunday a the major auses of tire In the andour Happiness," sister Mrs Eduard Fluid 1 of HVeale .
farms, the Florida wildlife officer will the mechanical features of a rifle deer casually walked across the home at their den meeting and RECREATIONNEWS A aortal hour followed whip relumed recently from a
Besides being costly, rats are soon be but a memory to be as- and shotgun, importance of safety.; road In front of us near TelogtaBytheuay will give one-minute puppet stones by all. The hostess ten day trip to Austin, Texas M si
was enjoyed
the cause of more human death seated with bygone days In the and target shooting. In addition those of you who at the monthly pack meeting JnhanM Hi'vthekker acrompHnledicin
: nerved delirious!
than anything else Disease spread forests, fields, lakes and rivers tome Explorer Posts view a movieon submit news or society to the Dr. Manni: suggested that adults cake, nuts a and minis by rats, It is said, has killed more The old khaki uniform of the sate ahooting, conduct an outdoor 1 pleaseante! write also should follow lie example of aid coffee. he University of Texas
people than all the wan In history lame and Fresh Water Flash Commission demonstration, and parud neatly end platyou a soft the Scouts by practicing for fire Br )011I. JamesOpening Mr and hits L. Aubrey Weath-
Is bring replaced by a pate In a hunter safety course ponds 1 and Irate plenty of room escape from their h fascinating book published uniform of new design and color Climax of the rifle program between each sentence Of I-- Monday, September 28: In Qulnry and Itoxana with rehues -
In a
according to A. D. Aldrich director will be the Ninth Annual kjcplorer; would be delighted il II Blue Devils 7 this week They are guests
In 1835, with the nol- -I.lcInai. course we I American Legion ,
Ai
Ing title of Rats, Lice and History Game and Fresh Water Rifle Match sponsored by the Boy you tvped everything and triple- Horse Show Rotary Fighting Irish 0. / "rrJo/m/J lere of his slsli'r. Mrs n B l-es-
," the author, Hans Klnsser, Fish Commission Tallahassee Scouts of America and the Ma spacede waste a lot of time Monday game at Corry .,...IdopI'I1I'd tar sod husband
notes that rats are more like humans The new uniform which will be tonal Rifle Association one ol the retyping articles and we Junt Oct. 3 the 1884 Midget lonlhallseaon
in many respects than any worn by all field personnel, rebottle largest postal rifle matches In the don't have the time to spare. Cairo The results of the Chat Mr and Mrs N F rain Sr
other animal Among their human rlonal managers, Information of i United States Sure would appreciate it, tshax"-Ia-e-Wwanls game plavedruenday pent last" week In Atlanta, lm ,
traits it their inclination to Sierra, and office receptionists, Is Explorers compete with Men These people Gobbler, Sam, Next Saturday. October i, upwards were too Isle for this where (Mrs. Fain went for a med
make war on their own kind, and green new tan shirts and other without traveling to a central Jack and Dick alto go to two of 200 fine show horses weeks edition cal! ,"' ",ICllP, and they al"1... 1.iJ1
to kill for iport stripes. The jAcket li bottle point. They fire In their own ;football games a day. mm several southeast)'rn states In the Ll'alon.R/.J1ary battle both lied In Griffin and Maher deorla
As I recall It. he states that green with tan shoulder straps: community and then tend their And congratulations. FlU'tin will converge on Cairo Ga, to earns fought on even terms. g"ingnto ; with relatives and friends
wherever human population is the trousers are bottle green with certified targets to the NRA in I Tigers! You're doing just fine participate 111 what the sponsors the last period of play IVmiulve Mr ant Mrs Ned Illnsnn anti
concentrated, u in clUes, towns one inch tan stripes: the shirt Is Washington D. C 1 tree Press Rebuttal And ay will be perhaps the best horseshow play of both teams wse sun Angus who Is a stmlint at
and villages, the rat population tan with battle green should straps There are \both Individual and. i whicver heard of a S-yearoldpruning ever held In Georgia the stronger than their offense, hand Ahl'llh.m-l\Rlttwln College, spent
will equal that of the humans. The new uniform regulation prescribes team matches, and registered targets tobacco And it 'he is annual Grady fruity llanhppanship capped probably by the hour of the weekend In rVnneltmllle. S (' lly K. I.. ".. sad
straw hats for summer may be snot starting October I ntln tohaivo you can bet he Is I Horse Show, sponsored by 'leavy rains prior to the contest and sttendt the enMlnK of her ey
It Is on farms where rats do a !and felt hats for winter, and I.I Deadline for the targets lo be playing and getting paid for It he activities commute of the The Blue Devils broke the swing\ live Miss HlMhth MliU:>v andJules I lams MsweyChnlmtiml
deal of their damage, But !lack shoes or boots, black gun returned to the NRA la January 1 And a yrarold boy would not Grady Count Fair RICA. Dny Ice with 4 minutes 31 strands Holey I blunter Suturdnv aft la a nuifh-bruii
treat farmer to know whetherhis ,belt holster and cartridge carrier 15, IMS, Dr. Marti said be farming another man's tobacco traction( 0 R "IXx Wall of left on the ('ltllkII'lIb Qll Jxty rnimn at pl home of the bride: cd about term, controvenlal In
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bow buildings a contain only a few ,and black nerktie For the 1884 match there were and missing school beonuae blumbia. S l' Is manager with Thomas tossing a 10 yard pauo pa\'l'nll Mr and, Mrs Humid moillcnl: chi:; ITS' and largely::
number of rat' I According to Aldrich, the new five national team winners, ten school Is out during the hi'ight of & B. Harrlsti ai I local chairman, Ronald Hi Ifher for the touch Mlhjlev Sivmxl LI and MrsMlsnn misunitt/ 'rstcioil and often need.
or t large for determining uniforms are of a wash and wear individual winners, plus a regional the tobacco season And have you assisted by Chamber of Commerce ,1<'''11. Jack Corry plunged oxer IIIn."II.I hn are atiiltnned Irmly hared) by the laymanliilisurol ,
One method suggested type material and each officer Is team winner from each of the 12 noticed how more and more white and Cairo Saddle Club coo nitees. for the PAT Corry also. helped ( la the yellowish.
rat numbers occasional suggestsIf : being provided with an initial regions ol the Boy Scouts of boys and girls are most It Is sani.timed by the Genrla set up the Legion Tt\ wllli his white fully rhimlial ahuiidnnl
you see only one rat number Issue of six complete uniforms America :easer to work in tobaccoT Thereare ;la Walking Horse Association fine run through the middle ofhe Insurance Center In milk, cheese. hotter, eggs
jy at night, the total Ratsseen may PrevIously the uniformed personnel very few jobs In the county and the South deorgta ukase line and \\lienthehni1yfails t

rim between night 50 and and one 100.occasionally of the CommiMSon were provided U.F. Laboratory I that pay ** *T", And Negro Show and Inhibitors Association. A full slate of games Is on schedule 1 1121 West I Jtlferson In properly metabolise dxliiIrrol .
every their with a uniform allotment mothers \'I'n'I the only ones who Judge for the galled and misrellaneous for this aftemom will theJaytre bill of the umllgesiedsuhslstKe
in the daytime means from which they required to work There are plenty cluiwos will he Temple may narrow artery
500. were have to Tigers playing the x I
numbers are probably in 100 the to daytime purchase their own uniforms. The To Be DedicatedUniversity of white mothers; with tiny chll. Stephenson, Atlanta; and Ito>' change:: Bulldogs: at S:00 and Klwanls : PAT THOMAS walls, Inviting eventual dots,
Rats seen every day 500 new uniform regulations of the of Florida siren who have to work. And Im'the Davis, Calhoun (;. will juice\ Hornets meeting 'the Amer-' "t'sradmxlcally, ho ever, the
means there are over Commission will new Big fur the walking hi,rues llnlh are well holy nemti cholesterol! to build!
eliminate the Bend Horticultural Laboratorywill freedom you re looking \ : fan Legion Blue Devils at II: ISVith INSURANCE INC.
around. allotment u well u provide a be dedicated October 8 at Freedom From Work?" xperlencea and qualified I soul games are at Curry Field tells and In pnxhMt hoi-mores;
state-wide standard uniformity three days ilghly ted' by their fillowxMbltnrs : : thus ailed, fM! Is heaped nit
Latest development In rat exterminating for 10 a.m., according to Dr J. R Don forget more respei In a S 00 e rle*'k practice game (
products which Ive Betkenbach, Agricultural Expert. left to register! the Rotary righting Irish will the fats cholesterol' atherosclennili
Entries are already In from a OialtiihomHieeMliliet controversy,
In
chemical Stations director kmmey
ment
bait noted which recently the\ maker a new claims Mils Ralph PowellIs The new 82.acre research cener Drink Licenses five-etate area, mt'lulling Onltimla Football 1I1..ln.. e At any rule, them ). M MXIrmeny .

ONLY rats and no other animals, is located two miles\ west of S. C., Gulfx rt, Jackson and Won Lost re anllng the cenlm quarltnl >
mice Two of the leading Montlcello on U. S. Highway 80' Meridian, Miss. Clear*ster.alnesvllle Am. Leglc Blue Devils I 0 the (peM'rlprllei| atMtHfirV
not even Assigned To Due ThursdayA : DlU'"nrk' It
Orlando and Winter 0 0
national agricultural maga I On hand for the dedication will (lattahi.there .
Farmer and be University of Florida officials, Haven: Tallahassee and otherS Exchange Bulldiigs 0 0 One Means fist rin< lent said lh "rmit.hhutlthi
Progressive remind Issued today Stop
tines, was 'tiM-r si !
Patrick A.F.B. rth Florida points; Atlanta, AIt 0 0Klwanls 1 M A I Hit 1OKI
> Jaycee Tigers
\ annouce- state legislators,
Journal. contain representativesof Director Richard '
Farm by State Beverage Columbus. Cuthhert, six'II- 0 0 Complete Service
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bany, hoists
and stories in their Sep farm organizations and farmers that renewal olbt"vt'raip
ads a
ment B. Keating I
THIS! WFfXS HOUSEHOLDHINT
Lt. Col E. former Duluth F'vsns. J neaburalacon 0 1
tember issues.Supermarket. Ralph Powell according to Dr. Harold W, licenses In all (T coun man Rotary rtglitlng Irish
Valdonta and I tq) a pinch yam ran
Comptroller for the Air Fare'sWestern Statesboro,
In Its story Young, researcher charge of must be made on DIAL 627.7151
News, lies of Florida use white liquid shoe polish
and / ,
Contract Region Ga Birmingham UnitedStairs
Management the laboratory W.'mIftI. If neither Russia nor Hie
bout the new product comments at Los has or before October 1. 1964 Ga lwl mtgnmrry I to write on the Mark pages
Milan n
Angeles departedupon < ants war there will bfi
Funds Bend QUINCY
for Big were appropriated fail lo renew (heir
It and is said Inexpensive to be fast The acting rat-killer, potent reassignment to the same by the stale legislature present If licensees license, a penally xxlll beImposed Mobile, OIK'Ilk*. Troy and other no war, _I _I of plod' albums, I,
office for the Air Force'sSystems Alabama citiesA
u requested by North Florida warned
said the Director
Jounce package '
in a
comes Command Eastern Test number of the Southeast s lop
sufficient to kill 10 rats'the farmers for a stepped-up research be
to
I Range at Patrick Air Force Base, hones In their dlvlskms are 'x.
with fruits, nuts and the
adds, program on type
: food trade publication londs $121. dipndlng to compete In the 2J rlaisl .
petted
'' ornamental crops. and tlw date renewed,
$188 01It'l'lIIt'\
retail at
and is lo
During his tenure u dollar-dol for 11101'Ihltn VWtO In ca.hawardl.
sound The new laboratory I. an expansion .
that doesn Keating expialned.Approximately
At a glance until backto er to WCMR, the Western Command of the old Pecan Invest 18,000 UVenses The galled division will tjiT:1ts1'
very expensive you go climbed to first place among which also nt'lu k* amateur anal championship
tation Laboratory was
the figures on estimates of rat are now In existencethroughout ..... tint
sister management region In dolar gulled and 5-gniled ('R. .
IIX'II ted here.Visitors ofsome
damage If 10 rats damage $90 Florida and represent s variety
-retention under Secretary MoNamara' tarnesa sod KnilUsh equitation
attending the dedication of Ucenses
beverage
contaminate 22
and rypis
of food
worth I
division In-
Cost Reduction Program The walking borne!
another JSCW worth in a year, how will get a preview of the propoard ,
placing second within
them research programs aimed j al 1
much is it worth to wipe
AFSC tucking neat $168
by a
boosting the economy of North
out million back Into the taxpayers Florida Area Scouts To INSECTICIDESSOIL

If lt's the "world's largest is teapot In monitoring some $32 I The public Is Invited to the dedcation .

usually suspension worth noting bridge,, whether a wedding it'sa awarded billion In the Government West Coast aerospace contract. ,-Dr. Young-said Make Study Of FUMIGANTS STOP BY AND PICK UP YOUR FREE COPY OF

ndustry OANO LEADER AT 12 WEED KILLERS ,
cake or a citrus Huntmctoti, N. Y. Policerounded #
Attracting my attention recently of NEW HANDYMAN PLAN 445 '
Quincy
were two turns concerning things up a gang of juveniles prevention fire protection,
believed to be the largest of their xtaed of shoplifting. lo ting and fire escape' pluming! will .heemiihasited SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
kind In the world. One is a controlled WIFE: LEFT BEHIND tares and destroying property by Boy Scout troops "THAT EXTRA BATHROOM"fOIII
atmosphere CA) storage Des Molnes\ Nell Hatch The[ gang confesned to the crimes In the Sawannee River Area Own
facility for apples, and the other stopped at a service station to and said their trader u a 12yearold tit In connection with Fire Prevention -
11 a greenhouse buy gas while Ms wife was asleep girl They were all from Week from October 4 to
The apple warehouse has been on the back seat. When he had welMo-do homes and only took 10 Idd
built for a Pennsylvania orchard driven for two hours he oiled toMS cash from the places they entered Approximately *J per rent of Sales & ServiceInc. I HEADQUARTERS
cooperative It has 12 storage wife asking her to drive. Receiving Their reason WIll 'just for kirks" III deaths from fire occur In the .

rooms, each with 30,000.buxhel no answer, he looked back home," Dr. Larry Mann, chairman
capacity to accomodalt more than and saw an empty seat Hatch tertiary! of Slate Dean RUNIc of the Scout council health QUINCY LUMBER COMPANY
I per cent d the state total crop drove back to the station and believes the United States is maskIng and safety committee, reports.'Moreover .
Ive mentioned previously how found his wife, who awakened! some headway In persuadingthe bums am the princi Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 FLORIDA AVENue 621.7659
wonderfully this new type d storage while he was getting gas and divided leaden of South Vietnam pie rause of home deaths In all
preserves some fruits In their had gone Into the restroom In declare a moratorium on age groups between J and 61 QUINCY FLORIDA
heir and seek for of ,
fresh state for much longer per'hods disputes unity years ace
than ever before accomplished You can still make many friends the war against Communist guerrillas The Roy Scouts will demonstrate -
by speaking nlcrly'\ shout people' answrn to q nttnns given
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fled by members of Die Cnunei LAFF.A.DAY
America on council Foreign ostensible Relations purpose In 1047 The had STERLING FOR STABILITY"Rome I Iiii From OUTER SPACE

That Was been to keep Die public Informedconcerning the Oceans Depths
forcijjn policy through to

By IIIUnl M. RnMlMMI, It.mm Is foreign Policy Association amt
magazine "Foreign Affair." A man can miatur anything today .
wot'inmt) TELL Also, through IU. promotion ofseminars with a glance at his wriit Ths Inlenious -
101 R CHILDREN? In the We cities of this fitlaC Watchmaker cf Swlttwlind
country on 'TJrcat Decisions" and witch for every purpose /
have designed i
What would you tell your children the writing of school text book, r environment Astronaut
and grandchildren, In yes whose real aim had been the creation i end for any r
Ms
to com. when they ink you abou In America of a favorable ? Scott Carpenter wore I watch en
"the America that "M" before I climate to one-world government tour of outer spec that measured ?
heedlessly crowed the New speed coniumptwn, rats of climb and
"e so hy quiet, Insidious, and unremitting -
frontier Into the Great Society' propaganda to soften up the Y p descent, elapsed' time and I score of
, of loriilism? American people to the eventual other flight computations.
, Would you tell thr i of the freedom acceptance of a socialistic systemof
I you once enjoyed Of the government which In Eastrn .
freedom mind your persona Europe I* )known a* Communsm -
I affair UlOl thought best? I Of .
the frwdom to run your blJlillPlll Was Humphrey proud of his i
In your and your family1* tote '- pmt In the Council or In IU brain
eats, to sell I" hom you please, l hilu the ADA? Obviously, he
to go or to may put ai you pleased \ would have been if he had thought
to choose your own associates, I,that the American voters had been ,
build and own ai big: and pleasant :uffJenUy brain washed to accept P P Tit1
a house ai you wanted and were It* tenet' which as openly 1
able to pay for? Would you have advocated at beginning ol Navigators guiding their plane scrota oceans
to any that ,"t were drawn Into Kennedy Administration Included l and continents have a special Swiss witch
the clutches of socialism by sweet- :,, to till them where they ate, whit direction
talking leaden who offered u* a Total disarmament under the ."e+',M they are traveling, when they should arrive,
.oft, easy life, "something for United Nations cnr.trol! Kty r.r.,,sr.i.aa tai,tl wsos?r..w.1 the ground spted, the rate ot climb and descent
nothing Rwt>gnitlon of Red China and end the elapsed time down to second.Aquatic .
i Would you have the courage III seating In the United Nationsn Til bet that Um Mrs. Wilson wouldn't finish that

to many tell your other children shortsighted that you Americana and China place of our ally Nationalist whole pIece of cake!" It' 150j

permitted this disaster 1 to Federal aid to public schools, Older PerieniGATEWAYto
creep up on the country, until which would Inevitably result In
one day we awoke to find our- converting the public school ')*- the World's Fair
selves helpless Inhfo grasp..of tern Into an agency for Government
domestic and foreign\ communists thought-control and the propagation
When the children asked Just how of socialism. t eh If you're 35 er ever, mere's aipecwl
In the world this terrible thing Rewriting our immigration law pavilion at the New York
fame about wouldn't you be hard to permit unrestricted Immlgra- t World's fair deiigned for your
put to answer truthfully and at' lion I where the heart Is but horns I* a lot nor home-Ilk r Inleteiti. This Dynamic Maturity ',: ..
the name time nave fare? Wouldn'tr. Grant of money to dlies and bmOlr own things arounbyou! Many newlyweds, In cff-cim- h Pavilion It iponiered by the adventurers rely on a versatile underwater Swill watch
nu have to reply : slates to buyover the local political pus and city apartment with storage problems, Had most of thslr t 100,000-member, eon profit
them to send
allows
that diver when they must surface
Well to tell you 0 truth I was bosses. pretty wedding gift ending up In mom's attic. f, AmerKON AIMCKIIKMI ef Retired warn
much to blame as Does an examination of Hum- ''Q .. Persons and me Notional Retired Signets' to other divers distances sway and enables them to workout
as Bark In 1984, because anyonee hrey's background show that he Whatever else has to stay behind, the wise bride win take along Teachers Association MI en in.ipiring level staget end stopping, times quickly end easily, K
her sterling silver fistwsr. No matter bow cramped the quartaraand
hud been Dotnecrals. of hi connec-
and granddaddy was openly proud eiomple ef hew
people
: bow few the luxuries with the bride with
serve
sterling can
'
I thought 1 had to vote for titan? It dor not. Even after Hubert a flourish even If It'* from a card table set np In the living room. i'r tt _. // ever 55 are Ml "MI Mi_ .n..."
and a Man arrived In the Senate ;'kt
man railed LBJ Horatio but truly in Mean of
a Also, sterling silver Is "I..urlne-beau. it 4* always correct me
,
named Hubert Horatio Humphreywho In 1949 he very carefully avoided 1 American life
and lit permanence lend a feeling of stability to a new 1I0111tbold..fI today
he learns
the A matures as
said they were for peace!jand showing his affiliation with man
prosperity and slot rrt free ADA or the Council of Foreign what other people know and learnsto
foT for everybody. There was I I Relation In hla autobiographical laugh at himself. LEAF
man named Barry Goldwater and amounts In either "Who'i Who .
another man named Bin Miller In America" or "The Congresslon1 din am fire See the World's taroett Any speaker or writer, who THEATREThurs.
them But the 'Congressional II nothing.
who were running against al 1 Directory" CAMERA OISCUIA t, pleases everybody says
offered how that on h alu. who
Record" doe
GoMwater and Miller "
light ot tire heart of she Dynamic i
sand alpUcatlon) 01 the Con/Ititu. June 28, 1981 blr.- Introduced In BRINGING those fish in... Maturity Pavilion Is the world'starget '
ton of the United Slates whIch he Senate t to estanllnh I a ., Frl, SaU
wr forefathers revered, and whirl old United State Disarmament Agency After you've caught the fishdo, the following: pot al! camera the Fair obscure where, a the vliitor only < HILL
now and Security
the Democrats tM wu for World Peace PETER SELLERS
and stupid "tupldly believed and that In supporting that meaa- TAKi OUT HOOK WITH PUtM.HI can stand still and lee a pans-
foKKcy
the Demonnts- lof.talklni! lire he openly advocated on the t \ r ramie view of Ihe Fair pats by. A iil r DRIVE-IN ELKA SOMMERIn
It he mirror reflects Ihe thrilling scene ( ;
words, and helped them defeat floor of the Senate recognition
men who would have saved the of Red ChIna and the placing of onto o 12 fool due lni.de Ihe /
America as It was' which you our armed forces solely at the dis Pavilion ll'l a good starting point s .vAt Fr!., Sat.,
have asked about. of ldorganlzatlnn to it for planning your actual tour of i "A Shot
posan could
should have foreseen that the Fair
Yes, "e BIG DOUBLE
1T'S IASIER oN TN[
It had happened will the nation
that would happen. enforce it* upon ktANDa. In The Dark"KIDDIE
In Eastern European noon of the woild FEATURE
tries like (xecha.lova. when Fellow citiwi of Quincy and
people went to sleep one nigh be- Gadsdcn County, do you want Hubert srwiN. TNROUss pant t.ips, JOHN WAYNEIn
IJllVlni they lived tat republic ofree Horatio Humphrey, or any I PISN CAN STAYAuyI
men and woke up the next man holding: won left-wing extremist LONStR. SHOW
tnomlng to find they had communist view ** he does, to be
taskmasters. The\ signs i In line for the Presidency of the SATURDAY"Trial
that this had been krartualy: United State of America "Mclintock"also
were
for a generation to 1 the Pavilion you learn how elder persons maintain their Indepen* and
happening America. But everyone! aald It dente and dignity, hew they can enjoy nS.mielvei with special
here! travel program, and have the peace of mind of health Iniurance
t happen
can Take that man lIuhPrtlioratio."ho coverage and low-coit drugs For a warm welcome and an Important Error"Sun.
ran for VMe-Preddent In J view of how older portent help themitlvei lo a better life, vltit me "Johnny Cool'sSunday
1M4. and earnestly hoped pony Dynamic Maturity Pavilion And remember, the Fair Is open wilt
day to succeed to the Presidency and. October II, 1 1961, and from April 21 to October 17, 1963. |K .. MonRICHARD ., Tuea..
lie wu one oJ the founders r
early national chairman c)( the I Only BURTON,

American(ADA)for, which Democratic was orgnn-Action cj HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED JACK LEMMON, AVA GARDNER

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ZESTA SALTINES____ 29c DOG FOOD _ 25c: PEANUTBUTTER STRAWBERRYPRESERVES TOMATOKETCHUP

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WESSON OIL 39c ORANGE DELIGHT. 41c:
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: TWELVE> CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY.___d __OCTOBER -I,-1984 ____n

Too 1jIphJlJa. dysentery, scarlet fever, Bills now in Congress to crub Here's what they found. TO CHECK DBAfT BISTOBY RECORD OF ESCAPES
ear Lae! dlplheria. whooping cough and activities of the nation's d use About 40 percent III) of the
meningitis baa decreased 56 percent manufacturers If passed would food money went for meat poultry The Government plans to ana Dartmoor. England Walter
To since the discovery of anti make their research on its pre fish and eggs. This included I lyse Selective Service histories of Probyn, 32, has set a record of
Classify biotics. sent scale Impossible, It might some steaks, roasts and ground possibly 290,000 men as prt of successful escapes from Jail. Sen
In 1940, Lederle Laboratories, save you a few pennies at your beef u well as pork chops, bacon, a massive study that could leadto Ing a I-yur sentence for then
By Bussed lUy with headquarters at Pearl River, drup counter but more probably, rank, luncheon meats. chicken a halt In the military draft\ : Probyn disappeared from a work
New York set out to find an even it could cost you your life. and fish. The Selective Service System tooka party, which made his 18th n
I can remember when the word better antibiotic than penicillin .J. per cent sample of the roc-:cape. The police sought a record,
"pneumonia" struck chilling fear They Isolated and analyzed 700 Vegetables and fruit were the which Invoke men between too to catch him the 18th time.
In the heart of millions If a 000 micro-organisms obtained HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS next bluest Item on the family's UM and as to get a more definite
child tame down with a cold or from soil samples gathered I food bill. They added another 23 view of the status of people MISSILES RETIRED
cough a mother was haunted by throughout the world pet nt or, more precisely $7 J8. within the draft pool. The Air Force has retired two
the ever present threat of lobar Can you visualize the time, patience squadrons of Atlas Intercontinemal .
penumonla, Milk, cheese Ice cream and ON REAPPORTIONMENT Ballistic Missiles
skill and of such representingmillions
cost a
By Marjorie B. Gregory, other dairy products totaled W.57.
of dollars .
gigantic worth of Deterrent
Today your doctor will tell undertaking The pay
you Flour cereals and baked goods New heat was added to the
I that pneumonia can be quickly dirt they sought was found In a Horn Drmmwlrmtloii Agent to $3.43. that has striking power which weir
came smoldering controversy
cured In 24 out of 25 cant In a soil sample that came from a 101 R FOOl DOILAK drive for a rendered obsolete after onlv four
matter of noun. While he can't Missouri alfalfa field, which revealed Where does the food money got Foods like margarine! butter constitutional tied up Congress amendment by a to blockreapportonment years on the firing line They
do much to help your common a power of penicillin and: That what many a husband and salad dressing cost 89 cents U state legislatures are bring replaced by the more
cold, he can help you and quick effective against five times *s would like to know and often his Sugar, marmalade or )Jellies and This effort, as an amendment ulH-Late solid. fueled Minuteman .
U you should develop pneumonia many disease germs-AurromycIn wife as well Now the U S. Department dessert mixes added 80 cents to that would wipe out the Supreme missiles.Floor
What brought this dread killer from which have descended all of Agriculture can tell the bill. Courts recent ruling that
of a few yean ago to heel but one of the worlds present them both. The remaining $1.04 was for both houses of slate legislaturesmust
It wu the result of yean ol broad spectrum antibiotics Markt'tinlllf'C.'tllllt. In USDA's coffee, soft drinks, seasonings and be apportioned on basis of Covering
costly and tireless research by The thrilling story of modern Economic Reward Service recently the like. population, was to cause further
dedicated men and women who day medical research, Its amazingachievements shopped' for some M foodHems bill
The total $32.11. Thespecialists fermteeIsUaM
wu delay. Uehidlnf
alt hour after hour over test tubes and its numerousproblems In Greensboro, N. C, grocery said It i
ai they conduct research in an appears In the October stores to find out where food needs of the typical fay of unpaid obligation Is a chal useless rubber
effort to find the answers to life's Issue of the Reader'i Digest. Reid money goes They chose Greensboro four for one week loner to pel'llOl1l1llndeprndrnre, rtarL wkCounter
health problem it and you will learn why some because III "statiirlcally -,
TRAffiC SOlUTIONr model of a new concept In Inter. For the most part these rerearchtra of the prescription drugs you buy typical." They used a moderate-
city transportation ti sxamlnsd In Chicago by heads of the are financed and provided today cost as much as they do. i cost food plan because it'I what TIME TO WE HAVE Top
firm that came up with It, General American Trannporta- with laboratory facilities. The article Is written by JamesDaniel most families use. DeTse PalmaPlusnbleg
teen Corp. It', called a RRollway. The RRollwaye would that represent the Investment of who owes his life to such futures WorkAU
b* operated electrically and automatically, would accommodate mlllloni and million of dollars I medical research While a student : Complete Line ef
13 automobiles and travl II feet apart at ISO to 200 by our drup manufacturers at the University of North f Building Msterlsls
Thousands of their tests and experiments Carolina Daniel contracted a type Ales Alimlaam Booting TTP-
mine an hour. At definition, passengers would drive off.
lead blind and of Galvanised Booting k SidingHeuewsre
UP alleys penumonia at the time when
Examining\ the model art T. VC Thompion (left), chairman
show no return for k Gifts
either the -eaderle was *
developing a new Expert Installation
of the Inn, and ,
Spencer Moiely president
manufacturer who Beefing
took the limo serum but It was still In the experimental Carey Aspkalt
----- ble or for the public, but now and stage. The patient was Geld Bend Sbeetrock
nice rains from time to time. then comes a break through that going fast so with the family's i Jk REMODEL "d Gypsam Products
NurserymenGive This Is a good time aim, to I provide a new drug that Is capable wrmlMlon an appeal was madeto iT7 BUILD rT Plus Goods of Other Items SHELFER..BLITCH4pKten
I of conquering some terrible Ledrrle Laboratories for a Hundreds
plant your lawn, either from seedor '
Advice by blocking In in. Grass grows disease, supply of the still untested serum BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. ift Jt\ttU\
better in the summer, and you will A recent Federal Trade Commission The gamble paid off and within a 1 I /OUfWf/nOSlOA:
On Plant Care"Don't get your lawn to cover in a much 1 report shows that the few hours Daniel was on the road It NORTH MADISON STRUT QUINCY I
shorter time. 4 death rate from tuberculosis. to recovery

wait until a hurricane is Did you know that a lawn and
on the way before you take stepsto landscape plantings will change

protect your valuable shade the temperature around your 'r.__, Onn, ...... W ...... -.s., .... tNe
tree", says R. E. "Ed Brown, home Actually, trees, shrubs and
President of the Florida Nursery grass are Nature's air condition
men and Grower Association- era, for a property! located plant-
Take precautions now to Insure tog will lower the temperature
their having a better chance to around your home from ten to

survive". twenty degrees.The J. .
One of the most dangerous foliage of shrubs and trees,
practices is to permit the tree In a process known U transpiration
to become heavily, laden with give off moisture Into the air, Now !
moss. While mots Is an epiphyte which helps to cool areas around .
rather than a parsaslte, a tree them- Have you ever noticed how
branch full of moss is often broken much cooler It Is beneath a shaded .
off because the moss asaorbs tree surrounded by lawn than
moisture so heavily that the it In on paved street downtown -
weight! snaps off the brant h. Too, e: tho It Is shaded by
the moss laden trees are more awnings Plan your plantings to
liable to blow over for the insure the best in natural air conditioning .
weight of the moss plus the soak In summer-and to save
ed soil from the torrential rainfall on your fuel bill In the winter. Batter
weakens the tree, It Is better For futher recommendations for WhippedSunbeam
to be safe than
sorry--so remove your planting to insure the best
that excess moss from your trees
results, look for the seal
right away! After you remove It,
it will be wise to spray the tree '
with a moss.killer about every Social Security
two years to prevent a build-up. I'
It Is much easier and less expensive Information"I
to do this than replace a treeand :
perhaps you roof, tool is Baked with"
know the Social
If you need an attractive plant Security
for your living room In an area Administration keeps good record
where you have very little natural >f self-employment Income, but I
light better discuss your problem I dud| want to make sure."
with your friendly INGA nurseryman This Is a statement frequently
He will be glad to recommend heard In social security offices
the plant best suited for throughout the country, accordingto
you location. Some ol the plants Mailer Kohoe, district muiager
that do well Include Dleffenbac- for social security m Tallahassee
bit Aspldlsta Agalaenema ( Chinese "It raises a very Important 100% Vegetable Oil Shortening
Ever'greet, aVhlzmatnglottls, pint" said Kohoe. "We appreciate
Philodendron, etc., as well as some the trust .elf: -employed people
of the Palms. I put In our ability to keep accurate
To get the best effect using records of their self-em i
plants in Interior work, you need plovment Income. However, It li
to select a plant that will thrive only good business to make certainour
In the location, and will add accent records are correct, enperlally .
to the Interior decoration since Allure social security hen.
scheme, Color. sixes, varlettes- etlts are baaed on these records.'
and all these need to be taken Into There are two ways a self-em
consideration For the best plant ployed person can help the Soda!
tor any particular location, anteyour Security Administration keep his
friendly FNtiA nurseryman. record accurate. First, he shook
Walthlrc for winter to plant make sure. that the Schedule SE
those shrubs you need, or your Form 1040 IUS Report of Self.
new lawnT This Is no longer ne Employment Income Is prepared
cessary. The modern nurseryman correctly. lie should make earlain
cither grows his plants in cans or that each Item on this report \bt
other containers, or root prunes la filled In accurately and completely .
them to keep them Is a movable eopm-lally the social security
condition. Since plants grow better account number Of the
during the warm weather, now more than 7 million selfemployment
la e good time to get your plant returns tiled each year, over
ing In and get It established 3 percent are received with either R. 4c
pecially since. _we are having some. Incorrect social security account r
numbers or none at all.
The second way to help Inaure
that your aortal security recortis
RUSTOLEUMSTOPS correct Is for the selfemployedto
ask for a statement of wages
!from the !Social Security Administration
from time to time. The
social security office has port CO
RUST card forms that are to be used
for tills purpose. If, after he receives 3
his record, the .el empk>yo
I ed person finds an error or omission
Available In the Social Security Administration
will help his straiten it !
nut The moral security office al / i set
All Colors 308 W, Jefferson Street In TslUhamee 4t4
will send one of these card u
AVAILABLE IN to any person requesting one.

ALL SIZE CANS I A representative( from this office
will be at the Courthouse In Quincy -
AND every Monday of each month
SPRAY CANSGuarant..d from I,39 a m. tn 12.00 noon te
mist persons In Cling a claim or
to wanting other Information concern ,

STOP RUST! Ig sncal security matters. .


LARSENLUMBER LADY BIRD HAM TOn

Mrs Lyndon B. Johnson plans
a four-day train trip through eight
CO. Southern states The 1,682-mile
trip la planned fur October M
Phone 627.7276 and will cover wrestle-stops. from Low in Saturated FatsFor
Mainline Drir Washington to New Orleans Her
will
two daughters accompany her
i on part_of the trip I N N


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.. to Color Your an Etuin1Vav Hair! ... good eating sensible eating You


OGILVIE w with vegetable oils because you know how their golden goodness makes everything r'' ,, '. .


coloratura i taste better. and because they are low in saturated fats. Now the bakers of Batter ; :,


Whipped Sunbeam bread are using pure vegetable oil, too. This new shortening Is

S is simple to apply as .,
combing your hairlUjhten. solid fats Sunbeam's the You'll '
.. far more costly than -yet price stays same. Compare
darken your half or cow' gray aatunfy'slim t" .....---....

: new Coloratura{ It's the firs and only permanent hair : see why Batter Whipped Sunbeam should be the only bread on your shopping list! .

' color man A* rl 10&i..II.Ioa.perfect tomb?home .

Setf-tlmlii,; built-ia drabber, shampoo and conditioner .

No complicated sectioning M diippinj. no worry about .

orakp em when mouckwi Just cream it in, foam .

: and rime our 2 full application, only 2.00 :


...... jlemU I 'Women Who Compare jjfj& Buy Batter Whipped Sunbeam'ACII




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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUtNCY FLORIDA. TUITISPAY OC"m"rnlu\ PACE THIKTErN



? Prsr: r.rllit? ? QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED IOOKIKG)
f4? PRICES GOOD THRU "
,. AHEAD
c I }r.: ?:::? +
t. IIt11.
SAVE OCTOBER 3RD
_o ...,.,. ....... ,_ REGULAR J3 f STOKELY SLICED YELLOW CLING Iti Cos.s
.....,. _... s n.M. ..w.

I Peaches 4 : 1. -

REGULAR U, yrOKEI,1\! HALVtS YELLOW CLING
.1 p INCONSISTENT DKTUION'some
Zt 11 years mo the Confirm
PeachesREGULAR 4 : $1.
Con thoungt II wu addling up a lAw
"hl Stokely 27. TOKtU fRUITCocktail onuplraoy' in the nation The
law ordered the Cnrnmunlut Party
VAN CAMPS i I 4 $1.SA to .rpglntpr. report Its. finance and
PANTRY SHown Cons lahel It* puNlmttoni wen In Mcompelled
In do th
mm Failure
L E REGULAR 33. TOKCk CUT A GAsparagus 10 reglmer under thl* Internal S*
runty Art of9M! would uhiectth
e 4300$1 Party to nenaltle ao tll.f It
i FO STAMPS m. iiij I eemed doomed either la show It*
inie colon or go underground'
y
REGULAR i,i h STOKELV CUT The Party hat bciten the rap

ullll{ Iitlllluflifitiuiiuiwuu} } : ...ii.?: ;i i KEQ Jlf No. 2CI! ill. 303 With th* help of Ih* U S t-ip..
Beans 4 SI 1.1 Beets 8 1.STOKEL rem Court and doiplle the JutDepartment
Cons Cana wP the (Oomnmnliit
will not have to 1"I'IIIJIII'r Th.
WD BRAND. SIRLOINSteak R.g. 23* itokily Fwxh SIK i.. > TOMATO Court upheld tht foMiilultorwInyf

Beans 5 Nci3 31.Rrg 1. 8-01 the l law in I'M I. all right But on
Sauce .10 $1 June II thi Court \lewlng! Hi.
: : Cons rlflh Amendment broadly dot'INF*
98 23, Stoutly Md, em ed that registering would not lie
Lb. ; No, 303 $1 REGULAR 23. STOKELV HONEY POD IWMinle without raurinK ome inIn -
Beans 5 1.
Con 303 $ icluxl lo Incnmlnal hlmvll l h ylhal
W'.BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDSteak" Peas 5 i only law. The hlfiheiit 1'01111
R.g.h. STOKELY TOMMO Con in th* (ant h.. tniia given" ''S.i .
46z. (i onirminiim' nailv and (Inflllrated -
JUice 4 COM 1.RPe 1. REGULAR 2191 STOKELY GOLDEN CREAM Uie high ilgn lo proceed with

>. 88 ; j/29, Yen &!!' Por\> Corn 6 303 $1 ihelr m lanou thenaniKiiniIWMMKMMnlK

Beans 8 No. 300 51 . Com 9Rt miTORUt
Cons Th Mcmphl Ownmerlral A|>-
WD BRAND BONELESS ROUNDRoast" (>UAR Jar 1TOKELY 3.v ALASKA ieal 'Ihe) on out-
Von Camp i._tn04 JQJ rag "It 7.lt"I II'I Ih I I1I1I01UI1II11 *
Beef Peas 5 51 (\ r.rly.J R.A. I. xageiHy
Co" 39 Can. of In* 11111'110111I1N') '''
88 niimlni Party and therefore >. ; REGULAR 2 19, STOKELY GOLDEN WHOLE KERNAI .
.
RFG 7I' STOKELY ( In Ih* ovenhrow" of Ihe UnWed \
I I. Slate" invrinnipnl. III.I huvted -
catsup 6 tti.:: 1 Corn 6X1.PORK by Ih. Kremlin and ._t.,. nut
100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON '7 BELOW. GROUND J .. a Irrlltml1l' (nlltlral party
hut a* a (*. fnr uhvrnlon' and

Beef 5 S195Land iropnianda Nnnethleu.. Hi* Supreme blot
: nf th* Itnlled Slile hAt M ilandAn
h L.. Appeal' Court ruling thai upvt -
Ih. Omimiinl INirry 0 n'ldlon -
CHOPS lb. 69c tor falllni lo regUlrr will
Ilse dovernmenl a. th* agent ofI
1111'1'111110"1', The bail' for
0' SunshineButter fiRmED 91514 he. Appeal Cburt revernal woe
hal umter" the fifth Amendment
.Ls,15St r 10 Uir) Omnlilullon no one rouli
Whiting. he compelled 10 Imrlminal him

wIt.
SUNNYLAND .NYLAND FRESH PORKSausage Th uprenie nmr11 "rehiiutln
\'t'I lnallh'f lhal dei'lulon. a* rliirileil ''>

39 .t by Ihe JiullK E1rplrl.ntndlr.vr
? th* tour open| In run
Smoked Hams Inunl lulneralv' activity In llni'
OSCAR MAYER IRES. 6901 'wintry by In* (bn n11tnl.t Party
II I I. a hearty Invllatkm. to Mo.
LB. 59; Wieners 6 5t, ""W lo lep up ash Intlliralkin It
,
mean tlMl (Cummunl front Ion*
have no fear of Unvrrnmrnt pi-
RLU.AR *9< COPELAND COUNTRY LINK Mir agalniil 1 Ihelr work In behalf .
49 << the Ommuntiit Party
LB. ;
Sausage ", 59<.t TRUE KNEMV WITHIN
'Th OmatHultnn wa derfpwxto
PRODUCE protect American, not" InrelKitgent
I r Wn"'IPN PILL SBURV HUNGRY JACK lid 10 how alma are Ih* rnllPM 1..
WHOLE o. EITHER HALF > and overthrow of Ih* United

FRESH RED JONATHAN IsTn.M.w Biscuits 2 CANS 35 ,., ,Vale' lirw.mmrrl. Yet th* highNwut ,
haw mamued of Isle lo n" j I
the (imnlltullon an literally, thnlimlrUv
Apples. 5 EAR 49' III | oovef I I. (in iflianleil '
.
lo Ihe fmmy "llhln Tl'
.- REGULAR 29, DIKE DARLING luprem Cxunli mletlmi\ havheiiirn .
th* 'language of fovertv.
'
"" mrnt, 'Ihrmigh denpll ,Ie
UMg
I \ U. S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES Cake Mix 4 Pkg.: 1 j. t/! n|* nf Cntigren lo* and provkl th* Juirilinwi1imnl legnj'

REGULAR 2)f DIXIE DARLING WHOLE WHfAT nrnni for allarhlnf mmmunlwnn
.
t "Amerlialloienilly./ | ft* Ju llr' rVtuirt.nienl .
FROZEN FOOD Bread. 16..'. LOAF 19,, will try *iln( and refute
.
In .,.. until UK court has I
REGULAR 49, LITTLE DEBUS APPLE change of heart"
The 1hI.It and ama.mpnl ft

MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH COCONUTFruit the Amertran peopl could hardly
39
10 1 1r 29c
Delight. PKG have hern Mprriwed hetlrr than
81 In Ih* above dllnrlal' After 14ear
Pies. 4t .
: / of legul) maneuvering Ifs
.
lumniunl !* have evaded the e
p""... put'pw.* of OmgreM ou)<
McKENZIE BUCKEYE ORGreen
rilled Ih*Juitlr TVpartment and
? % are now Ire lo dn what no rleanhlnklng
Peas 2 Pko k : S1.McKENZIE American want hem II
!:ET .... .. doll with I ih* help of th* hlgH
.' ail court In Ih* land
MIXED VEGETABLES OR ,
u ;' srrrra oalra ar 1TRA(4Da"' ''I'O''IItTr.1Y

Cut Corn 21.McKENZIE .. 1 ( COFFEE Th Kuprem Court later, ilrw|
down a ran"her peovlnkn of th* law,
1 Iool ......-. hal which retuaed pwipnrli I*
1 IAIY LIMAS OR SPECKLEDButterbeans ('ommimlrt Party member.. MIINI
while, Uw Opanmnlat Dial ai*
2'k : 1.TASTE Astor .nged an *|r emenl with IIRovlet ,.
liD TOKAYGRAPES Union" that pmvMe rowtular
.
.
kihange W* Ihua miy ear
0- SEA FROZEN PERCH pe-l a nw w.v.of spIel and) auh.eruve .
h in major rllle of th*
land In all likelihood. this _i IIIpmvld.t |
Fillets 39x
(REG. 49c) L,.
NO. SJUG CA N 59 Inc list' new anlvlllei dlrartton of and Amrrtnmommiinl .Hal**

4 Ib,. REGULAR Z/l, TASTE 0. SEA HADDOCK .< /.i*. W* are adually <*.
ing what w* dn W4 Inlend to dot

49 ; r dOrtt W Dinners. 2 fOR 89 LAB :D (REGULARLY 77") sr,making thTheU.A..1.1III, .It grew.uy and air i o.nmuftJIt pI'tIIIfW'' a


ASTOR FRESH FROZEN CONCENTRATE ORANGE Maxwell House Party Ihua owvInue
!NTA.ut .. t. work IUk4wlruetithmuchaul
A 45c I Hie country puhllahlnc.
Juice. 4 991
6.L CANS ant dinnbiillflc M pmpagamto
., end pllng R. apeaari In rob
'rgea and unrvcnMIe' at an ar .
APPLES 4 Lb. Bag 39c ,.L.. *..ng rai.. II we are mnrcrmed "
CAN OD XWEU< about OmmunM enough M
right 115* w*dn In fcum Vietnam
EXTRA (EXTRA HOUSE why will w* not fight (H al honwtommunlam
''EXTRA kl die UJ. U a tat

l ( GREEN STAMPS ---..-. dX-GREEN_..,..-STAMPS_. "utGUURLY 1M water threat to ur axunty anr|
well being than (ummuMvn MHraHhraiM
> *l> t I. se .011'" 0ed "" Aala Yet.
: : w Hghl It
... r COOK *UI CUIISUaks
Fish Sticks 3/1 .!" Candy IhI're with Ye live of our *nl<,lir.
... .. and IK* nprtidllur* of mar than
.
...
5..1"1.,11. -y--- w *w;; -TlMW .
II million" per day At hnm*. wll .
'1 .. '1 _.. '1 .
...N wrI..M wrw N-- REGUlAR 59< BLUE OR WHITE ARROW w lINt Kupmn Court to shield
lh* linyin .

EXTRA Save S&H Stamps r EXTRA -
TIMfKA I AO,lgNw
dy( GREEN STAMPS iX_GREEN__..STAMPS...=000. Detergent48 ,

FI L.nI.'c'Of'_..Ie....f. For Gifts!r KY Pw.......,'"cm"c... 1ft the York World-.* fair On a rewnt Lr Menvwither vWt'

.9f Tuna 41'Christmas REGULAR 35 101. of M. Lout, gaveflue
Juice 4/ advb. when' i.h*. if h* ,k*.
--- Soon -Y---- a ....._ ". lea long Hf.; "I
.. Lf .. --- wwr ton.Ned win or Iritarit"" or
--- Astor Oil25 /J bad anything 11 do wild wnnmthefnr
*. I waa year old. Attar
EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA. hal I m not .UUung"
I
f 17f GREEN STAMPS III' Jf-( GIHN--..STAMPS-- b.-GREEN---STAMPS-. REGULAR 43'Crisco 4Tri.l/TC MM EMflerrrlary

... ... .
9.... ti.- ,. < I OM ( i* ** of Ofem Rooerl 1MrNamar
SMtt{KI.050&.I Cround a.ef Bars 49' 24-ox. aud that two U. 1L an.
P 3/1 flC Oil E29Fn'
ss
UnaielW *ylm* hav aroredunwnd
5050,..S Msw. .r _Y--- t _Tw 01'0.1... ... I kuvnrpt* at U. I MlIliM -
..___ New.. M '!' Wp to "hw* de of emirs*
lAnv* Ih* **nh. Any oWall of Iris
.1' mrm vw hwhry rtuwfud and
.v Mi Namara .14 aol dlartca dwtrhiien
k M. but ad Ma kind of

Plaee To Do. Fo" Bood To Eat t I L wed refer krrMo-tor was AllbniS tail anything


The SmaJif .. Things N Ml UP* DEI* Park.N.MT N.PK IIRRq ttlul B00

dairy farmers and tnml ahimtod
BAs. BKVle ip>mnnd by In
>rte>* MUk Piatam' Coop
erarKe. Ihry wrt dellgMH wtiwi
a dr.5a pour of ram flond4 Ml
315 West Jefferson Street the peso This fuef d.nn.d NUi..I
wtac wild S regional
(..,Alt. On ap>aar| .p. aer|
1 Maas b awe "I.gla tlllhdal.



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I I- News-Views of Gadsdens Colored Peo1Iel; !,







Jackson Heights Lunchroom St. John Church Mr. A. Bradwell Lions To Play f C-P Professional Salem Reports Funeral Set For


Recreation News Menus Extends ThanksThe Passes Away Tigers Friday Growth MeetingOn School NewsSalem Mrs. GallonFuneral

By Ttmllhy Lane MONDAY OCTOBER I pastor, officers, and members Friend of Abraham Bradwell regret Washington High Tigers of Tuesday September 22 Elementary School hat service for Mn
Midget Football Equipment Spaghetti with Cheese and Meat of St. John A.M Eo Church I to learn of his passing, Pensacola, will be Carter-Parra- 1964 at 4:13p: m. the SchoolLibrary expanded with the addition! of a Mamie Gallon will be held from
eMriVflCl.. Sauce extend their thanks to those which occured at High! Mull more High Lion first conference the ityln of Carter"arramore new classroom building a new! Mt Zion Primitive Baptist
cite equipment for the Jackson Buttered String Bean which appeared on program near Midway Funeral services opponent. The roaring Lion will held it* second Pro- English teacher a librarian and Church Thursday, October 1. 2
Height' Midget Football Program Glazed Carrot Special thanks li given to the was held from St. Luke Missionary leave for the North West Florida estlonal Growth meeting of the new students. Everyone has now p.m. Rev. Jeremiah Ge will be
itarted arriving last week. Hel- Plain Muffin speaker Dr. W a Baker, visiting Baptist Churci, Sunday, S city, Friday morning. They will school year. The Reading Committee settled: down and a great deal ofwork tnMrs.Gallon
mete and *om* pant are alreadyon Butter I ministers and to the president September 27. Rev. Henry t meet the up and down Tigers, wa in charge of the program. has been accomplished. In I passed, following
hand. Wo are looking forward Fruited Jello Elder C T. Syket. Our program Head, minister In charge ,under the light, g:13 p.m. C.S.T. evident of this fact, the an extended nines in Stuart, Fla.
to receiving the remainder Milk would not have been aucessfu) The deceased a native of Gad The Pensacola lad are considered The presentation by the Read. log students have made the September! 25 2 p.m. following
follOW'1
of the equipment earlier Oils TIEKDAV OCTOBER IBar If we did not have the splendid sden County, was born and reared by many coaches and log Committe wa given In the roll for the tint six : and long illness.A .
week. Thli will enable the teams -B-Qued Pork cooperation from the entertain In the Bradwell Community lands in the area a* the postseason form of a radio program. ThIs Second Grade: native of Cadsden County,
to work out In pads before the Baked Sweet Potatoes ment committee and each memo He moved to Midway several favorites, however they was the first Professional Program Randolph Hopkins, Willie Battle, the deceased move to Salerno, Fla
drat game that If scheduled for Buttered English Pea 'ber which contributed their fin yean ago, where he married and have fallen last week at the hands ever to be presented by the Alice Faye Harrell Retha Mae: where she wu resided for the
October I Qipcse Roll ,ancial support raised a family, and became a of the FAMU Baby Rattlers, In faculty in this manner. However Chestnut, Charles Wade and JoeLouis past several years
All teams have been working Butter Special mention is given to Mrs citizen of the community. He accepted Tallahassee, The score 204( The the format of the program was Ferryman.Third i Shortly after moving to the
out in short for the pant two Peach Delight (School Lunch, Willie Page Roberts, owner.oper- Christ and Joined St. Luke 'ensacola team started off witha good and the continuity wu excellent Grade: i east coast dty the joined Jehovla
weeks and should be in pretty Page 641 ator of Photo-Flower Studio city Missionary Baptist Church where 194 win over Stanton of Jacksonville Annie I Mae Ash, Annie Ruth Witness where she retained membership.
good thane physically for their MilkWEDNESDAY for the beautiful flower given, he discharge his duties ai a The outline of the program was Carr, Cynthia Chestnut, Jeronlca .
opener coming October 8, 1964 OCTOBER T which was used to decorate the Christian worker. The Carter-Parramore Lions 81> follows: Devotion, Mr. Powell Cause, Gayyn Gunn, Charles A short will precedethe
at 5:30 p.m. at Jackson Heights Beet ,')tew ( Carrot, Celery and church auditorium He retired several yean ago opened the home schedule and Voodherryt Announcer, Mrs. F. Oliver, James K. Gunn, LindaBaker eulogy program
Recreation Park. Onions) The amount of $5W( .40 was realized because of his health but preformed the tint game of the season W. Robinson who broadcastedfrom Mary A. Williams Otsla' The deceased I I. survived by:
Mashed Potatoes In the Dedicatory services, against Munoe High Tornadoes Jackson and Annie Jackson
tarn task around the from Hamilton- ant Studio Mn. Mary Jordan, sister, and
Steamed Cabbage which Include $189.40 which was louse. (rot Albany, Georgia The Lions of : Station W.R 7 Fourth Grade: Nathaniel Curtis cousin and a
NFA Sweetheart Corn Bread rcllzed thru the Baby Contest Funeral service was conducted entered the game a slight underdog Person serving u panelists Earnest Gunn host of other relatives.Havana ,
Butter Service I Sunday commencewith from Bradwell Church, Sun with no activity aftera and topic discussed by same were Fifth Grade:
Election Set Bread Pudding Sunday school, 9:45 a.m, followed day, 3 p.m. The eulogy was preceded I canceled game. The Georgians The Scope and Objective of the Herbert Gunn, Deborah Carter,
Milk by morning worship service by a short program I had two experiences an a* a result leading Program, Mr*. L. S.' Janice Humber, Betty J. Weaver, Hawks
Plans have been made by members THIRSDAY OCTOBER S at 11 am' Communion will The survivor are: Mn. BureanBadweil a one and one standing. They Smith; Description of Basic Information Hazel Brown and Richard Lee.
of the QuIncy "A" NFA Oven Fried Chicken be> given following the minister's wife, Mrs. Janle Rollins. defeat came from Lincoln of Talahassee. Mn- B. Alexander; ; Sixth Grade: Wallops ClownsThe
Chapter to elect a Chapter Sweetheart Rice with Gravy message Evening worship will beheld Tallahassee, Mrs. Altu Mae Williams Munroe was primed for 'n-Servtce and Study Coordination Rodgers Shlpmon, Sylvia Brown
at II* next regular meetIng Tossed Salad 6 pm. All members are reminded Midway, Mn Cathrlne, a win, however CP had other Mn. E. S. Butler; What Is Eddie J, Fleming and Willie L.
which will be held In the agriculture Peach Slice to complete their flnlnclal! Johnson Havana, listen Elljlah Ideas leading? Mini 0. J. Robinson; [urner' I Havana Hawk defeated the
building. At that time one Biscuit obligation Sunday Official board of Ft. Myeri Moss, Orlando and The CP experiences line offset Major Phases of the Reading Seventh Grade: Tallahassee Clown by a core of
of the following contestant will Butter Monday evening, 'I p.m Raymond H. Bradwell, Opa Olo- the on ilought of the Albany Program Mn. V. Daniels; Stages James Clark, Annette Oliver, eight to five Sunday at Tallahas-
be named Mini Qiilncy "A" Jpllo and Peanut Butter cka Fla, brothers. Mrs. Helen acks. Gevem Davis and Em- of Reading Instruction Mn. G. Jeanette (Gusto Henry Jackson, seeThe
Sweetheart for this school term: Milk Saint Bradwell, mother, Midway Henry mitt Trlbue were the main stays Tones; Levels of Reading Instruct- Barbara Parker, and Rosi L. victory put Havana one
Juanita Sheman Hazel Jordan, I FRIDAY OCTOBER a James out front In a best two out
Joseph Fred Frank, Leroy and In the Lions forward wall as they Ion Mrs B. R. Williams. Mason. game
Betty Anderson, Lorna Carter, School' Choice Russell W. and Williams Brad- made 10 and 9 tackle respect- During Station Breaks announcements Eighth Grade: of three serle
Carrie Stoke and Sarah Sandi-n Church NewsWeekly Robbie S. Branda Roberts The second game of the serieswill
well ion*. Patsy, and Leala Brad- fUlly were made by the administration Carter
The Chapter Sweetheart selected well, daughters- Interment was Several mlscue aided or addedto the regular announner, Vernon Cause and Bobble Nell be played at Havana's Ball
will represent the Quincy: "A" AntiochChurch prayer service will beheld held In the Bradwell cemetery. the drive of the Lions. The lone Hn. Robinson and the Program Baker Park this Sunday.
NFA Chapter at the annual banquet Thursday 8 p.rn. Sister 0. Slmms-Jackson Funeral Home In TD for Munroe wa the result Coordinator Mrs Francis. I Game time 1 II 3 o'clock. Com

homecoming fctllvitlci and News M. Bridget In charge charge of untimely tackly In the secondary What was said in the overall Hospital Report : One Come All, and see baseball.ON the .best
NFA In semi-professional
program Mn Vora People will enterln presentation can be summarized -,
Stewardess Board one at Theadl Moore Intercepted a thusly: Every teacher hat a Admissions September 22 .
Mn. Ethel Stoke will entertain Service Held
Choir at home, member and friends home I p.m. Munroe past, and reteumed for number of opportunities to help September 28 (Dates Inclusive) REAPPORTIONMENT

All members are reminded that the crowd to students improve their COLORED
37 yards to bring
Union.Meets 5pm.Mn.of the.Sunshine Band Thursday Love Feast service will be held For Mr. Herns their feet. Hardy Jackson, the Each teacher must Invent reedlnl'j Walter Pride, Redell Thornton,' President Johnson was reported!
Friday 'I p.m. I Chattahoochee lad scored the and experiment with various pro-, Ernest Pulmer, Lynette Walker, to be backing a compromise to
The lenlnr choir of Mt. Zion Katie M. Thomas will en- Supt. Jullout Davis announce Funeral service for JlmmleHerns lone TD for C.-P. cedures and develop further those Bennie Mae Brown, Horace White, permit delay of legislative reap-
tentaln at home members and that School will was held Sunday 4 pm I which most successful Bobble It \Is aimed at break
Primitive Baptist Church entertained Sunday commence Roosevelt Simmons, quarterback prove Quincy; Josh Williams portionment.
friends of the Senior
the Quincy choir union, Missionary 9:45: am. from Liberty Hill Missionary attempted two passes and Among those opportunities and Mae Robinson, Ceo. Webb, Jr., Ing the controversy that hal tied
Sunday commencing at 3 pm. Society. Members and friendsare The morning worship service Baptist Church, Jackson County. completed 2. The C.-P. Lion allplayl'd responsibllltiei are these: L To Havana; Maths Lanler, Greensboro up the $3.3 billion foreign aid bill
urged to attend. lie died at the Gadsden County provide suitable reading expertncet Sneads In the Senate. Everett M. Dirkton -
The dl'VotlonalI'rvlce wan conducted will begin 11 am. Rev. A. R. remarkable. Special ob- ; Joshua Hodges, ;
by Chaplin blah Jackson Conference business session will McGlockton In charge .The senior capital, Sunday S a.m. September servation to linesman, Elton for Individual of widely different .. Kathy Gents Wells, Chattahoochee Senate Republican Leader,
which Included hymn, prayer be held Friday 7.30pm.Superintendent : choir and usher board four serving 20, following and extended Davis Winston Estell, Alfred reading and learning abi Eleater Fisher, Blountstown; FredD. said he would oppose any such
and opening selection I Parthell Galney at both morning and evening Ulnas and backs Roosevelt Uti.I ... 2. To provide for progress- Hall Mt. Pleasant compromise
The host choir, Mt. Zion rendered announce that Sunday School will services. Communion will also The deceased ll a native of Johnson Charles Robinson also Ion of reading experiences. 3. To -
the first selection, followedby commence, 8:30: am All teachers be given following the morning Jackson County, moved here Simmons several, threats but lacked make reading an enjoyable ex ,
the remalndlng eleven cholrt and pupil are asked to reporton and evening messages. several yean ago and resided at made all the perience. 4. To help students to JH4iJe ,

needed drive to way
the go
The financial report total time. The last official board for the Mt. Pleatent ilorlda He was will use what they have read and to
The worship service sinfully employed by a local The Lion next opponent satisfaction from doing and
morning get so
S2t9( 48. conference year will be held Monday -
The next union will be tenter-: will begin at 11 a.m. Rev Nehe- 'I p.m. Chairman WllUe Lain- business concern until he became be Jacket the of Northwestern Jacksonville.Conference Yellow 5. To encourage! the student I'
mlah Rowert will the ill. responsibility for improving his .JWASHINGTON
tamed by Antioch Missionary Baptist bring mess- lee inform that It Is very 1m- _
senior choir the fourth Sunday age The senior choir and usher portant that all boards make their The survivors are: Mri. Clee\ own reading. I
In October. board one will serve at both service full report Esteher Bell Mill Gennett Hern, Near the end of the meeting MARCH OF EVENTS
*. Th pastor officer andmemben daughten Bennie and Beamons Set refreshments were served by Mist ...
So far science hat developed wilt visit with Rev. C Herns both of Mt. Pleasent and J. Fields Mist D. James and Miss KINNEDT, SAIINOK7IS7INO I07H AM "OUTSIDERS"
noproses
to make pupils like to C. Whatley) and congregation at Last Rites For James Hem, New York ClryInterment At Fountian B. Ponder members of the Reading TRADITION SEEKING SENATI SEATS
New Hope Missionary Baptist was held In Liberty Committee. I
study. __ Church, Blountstown. New Hope Earnest Felder Hill Cemetery Slmms-Jatkson Church Mn. R. G. Francis served as By HENRY CATHCAKT
II observing Its annlversery.Evening Funeral Home In charge. Tallahassee Fountlan Chapel will host A.M.E.the Greater, coordinator for the meeting. Central Press Washington WriterWTASH111'GTONTradltIbnal

I worship close the days Graveside rite tor Earnest Florida Conference. African Methodist American pattern of political
WANTED program Weekly at Antioch t service p.m. Sun-will Felder was conducted In the Will- Pine Bloom Episcopal, Annual Conference OP High this year in Senate races In
,day. prayer lame cemetery, 12 noon, Saturday the two most populous states, New York and California. To one
commence 1.30 pm. Tuesday, I II September t 28. He died at the Gai: Chuch News Rev. J. L. Evans and congregation School News degree or another, the Democratic candidate in each of then

Colored ManTo aden County Hospital, following a are looking forward to the states cannot claim the kind of continuous residence that in the
brief Illness, Services at Pine Bloom Mission expected Impact of visiting minis- By Linda Jean DIxie past ha been a pr.requllltelor political office seekers.
Work I Services Held The deceased 1* a native of ary Baptist Church Greensboro, ten lay leaden, missionary workers The Issue
Once again, the den 1* about to "carpttbagger" plays a large part
will with workers
Sumter S.C. moved to Gadsden commence, Sunday Junior auxiliary
On Mondays. I For Mrs. Otis County several yean ago wherehe Sunday w'hool. and, the usually large number of be plastered with signs and post- Pierre 8allng. effort to win the Call.
en. The Lions are preparing for seat in the U. S. Senate. Salinger, a
Rev. R. Ford and
was gainfully employed.The The pastor, visiting ministers from other conferences
Must Know I survivors are: Mrs. Fannie officers urge that all members to invade the Capitol the election of Miss Carter-parra- *.tlm. resident in the state, baa been away
Yard Work Funeral services for Mn Viola Felder wife, Mrt. Lizzie Brailod pay their association\ claims. The City. more. Nomineeei! for Miss Car- long, his opposition contends that h* na
Otis was held from Morning Star ( mother, Sumter, S. C Earnest annual meeting will be held Thursday The six district, composing the ter-Parramore are Sanda Britt, I.in qualifies a* a resident, even If h* does!
and Flow r.. ,Missionary Baptist Church lard- Joseph Quincy before the third Sunday in Greater Florida Conference extends 12.2; Vida McPhaul, 12-3; Mar- the legal requirements for offlc.-aeking
away, Florida, Sunday, 12 noon, D.. Felder!I'n; all! ornA Lauderdale October from Gadsden County, cella bROIl. 12-4; Eloulae Me- J .
:September 27. She died at home Million, 12 S, Barbara Thomas
$1.00 per hour Fla. Mra. Lizzie Smith, The Sencattonal Gospel Singers Qtdncy District on .the west to 12-0 Hazel 12-7 Robert F. Kennedy, In New York' Senator
Monday September 21, 10 Singleton and
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I pm. Misses Verlle Ann and CarolynJ. will render a musical, benefit Alachua County, Lake City District ; contest, doesn't even claim residency Hit
brief Illness. Linda Dixie 121.
following A nativeof ,
a
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If QualliUd Call Felder, daughters. October 11, at Pine east
Florida, she lived In Gartstlrr program on the The Lions received their report legal residence Is Massachusetts.
627-6903 County for the past severalyean. Bloom. Bishop C. .E. Hatcher newly card Monday. .I Critics of the American political lystent
She Joined Morning Star Essie G. Pierce appointed head of will the hold EleventhEpiscopal his Sandra Britt of 12-2 was the long have pointed to Britain' a* a more ad.
Missionary Baptist Church several Union Chapel District speaker of the chapel program vanced method of providing representation for
yean ago where she rendered Passes Away lint In a series of annual conference presented by the Business Guild Behest Kennedy 1U citizen. There, candidate stand for
.valuable *. He September 23. Sandra Parliament from district
service Church NewsThe residingIn spoke on in which they da
Colored Maid I A abort program preceded the Lifer chapter end for Mrs M. Ball presently the Importance of corrective -Noe trend f not Msld or have any gnat interest in, beyond
I eulogy. The eulogy Wit deliveredby Elsie Gunn Pierce, well known pastor, officers members MississippiThe will study. I ToUgettlng.Th .
Rev. W. L. Carroll. citizen of GreensboroShe died and women day chairman extend annual conference, with min Marllln Gunn of 11A hat been United State system, however, hat provided dual repre
3 Days Per Week The survivors are: Mr. Willie Monday September 21, after all their thanks to the many participants open Tuesday evening followed by a elected Miss Junior. Her attendants sentatloa whereby elected candidate to national office have
M, Young, Palatka, Florida, medical aid was given. Funeral which appeared on program lsten conference, are Sallie William and Lor- championed the local drain of their constituents, right down to
Working George and Johnnie Payne, services was conducted from Pine Sunday September 27. Each local program. major change expected tta Slier, respectively. Congratulations the personal level In servicing Individual requests for Informatics
In ..laurant. nephew and Mn. Thelma Bryant, Bloom Missionary Baptist Church, of you and members played a There are na District. A and action from the various government
the agenciet.
of the on Quincy Alvesta Britt, Editor-in chief.
neloe. Greensboro Saturday, 3 p.m. Rev. major role in the success
Mutt Interment wa* held In the, R. W. Ford, minister In charge program. A special\ thanks to Mn more complete program will be of the LION'S ECHO and the The bridge across Ute creek, or federal aid for aa urban re.
Have ,Blooming I leld Cemetery. Slmms- A short program preceded the, Eva S. Butler who was the speaker given in the next week Issue Journalism class wish to thank the newel program has been t* much a part of a senator' representation .
Health Card. Jackson Funeral Home In charge eulogy, for the program of the Times. merchant of QuIncy tor the ads of his yot.rall. ha been his position on. whether or not
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The survivors are: Henry Guns purchased. to recognise. Red China.
CALL 627-8903 W* know several Individuals I father, David, Sammle J., Gilwrong cut- The trouble with the world u What happen 1* not a believeIS tm- Flouts* William, of 12-3 has Should Baling and Kennedy both uecd la their altctlosl
I who C'IIlell you what 1* : riot Lenton and Handy Gunn, we have heard it said, 1* the pet)' portant a* the people been elected Editor-Inchlef of the campaigns It could will start nw trend.
with the world. area pi" In It. ha happened.what Yearbook. Congratulations! e Ie.
I --'Co----::: J Twenty-nine NHAer'i and their e XTW BUSINESS-Th* federal government 1* constantly ft.
.- sponsors, Mrs. Jones, Smith, Caldwell pending 1U area of operations. Now, If* gone into tae aunt
and Reed, journeyed to parking bustnta
Normsida In Havana, Saturday to
The nw State : \
attend a Leadership Conference Department Building Washington hal park
In coherence with emphasis on tog faculties In its basement. Until recently, employe parked
FOR better human relationship Dr. R. their own ear there in*way that permitted each owner to drive
W. Greene, president! of the Pub. in and out without help. Those who couldn't gt in parked then
He Relation Council, who works car in nearby vacant lot that had been paved u parting areas
In Florida, Georgia, and Alabama :But thr'i new road.tructlon1D Ute vicinity: and the* lots
spoke to the Lion September have been torn up losing torn 400 parking space for Stat am
P 30, on crime prevention.The ploy** car. 80 Ute Department ha decided to make better use
PRINTING" Driver Education Department of It* basement facilities, parking Ute can la long row and re
hat begun behind the wheel quiring attendant to move them la order to extricate the right
training on.* aa thy are called for.

Talc of course,, requires the fclrtng- nd page Und Sean
tag -at attendant To defray th* cost the _
Arnette ete. ..
Chapel I Oovtmmtot wott't do itch user of frtttmsnt *

parking win hav* to pay SS a month t vt*perking,
Church News I But that' not JL Other agencies hearing of

LETTERPRESS State'* bold nor to charge thtlr employ for parking haft o>
Service* at Arnette Chapel will], ceded thty-d like to do tile *tm* thing. A government alllC1lf
,commence Friday evening 7 pm. currently unfeylnr the tu govmunutKnvnid land la Wash
with Love Feast All members Ington for employ parking and I* cotulderlng sUlng tip a
and I are urged to attend.Superintendents monthly f.. trsUra for afl. ThtyY thinking of charring {5 e
Alexander and month In th. central city SI a. month in lea congested trt*>
Long urge all members to attend and 13 a month la the outlying region.
c.1' I, Sunday School which commence nil sun be a bargala. Moat privately
amploy wcrken
JifL'. ".. + >.30 Your contribution fa
a m. Washington who drive to work pay ILLS a day la parkin
to the discussion of the
OFFSET\ Irsano win be expected. I gang wrinkled or fender eommarclal lot*. And yon haft to tip to avoid

i The morning worship service
I will begin at 11 a.m. The Rev.
A. H. Hunter, minister will be to
charge. H* will be assisted by I Ii
i Minister Jackson. Campbell and
Sales Literature Leiier Heads e- i McUUIm. The senior choir and
usher board on* will serve. t Cbm-
I monies will be given following
:both morning and evening meat--
Business FarmsG
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.Mini Resale Quartrrmaa will

Tags and Labels .1.1 tertain friends at of horn Steward, member board
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,, MnHUdrad Rolax, chairman.:1
Official bead will be held. ..
day 7 pjn. The full cn
Call Us 'for Prompt and Accurate Services279649 '! of requested.Pmtdrot all board. and members to

Joseph Lone Jr.. and
dbcctresa Mr, W. ... Long
sizes the attendance of men
her to attend League which com-
oneness at S sun. Sunday.
Mrs. Anna William socrrtahv
ed member and friend of he
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Young Wan ens' Auxiliary Wednesday

evening I pm. A moat enjoyable ;
time was experienced.Th MTH ANNIVElSARf-R.pubara. prwtdeoUal cawfldaU I

IS South Madison Street \ myth of human equality I Bury Cohhrater gU a Mto of sock wedding aoitarmry .
<*JM from wife Peggy to hi* aunptlg pla**. Th* cake wugrft
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ADS IM_ W King at. Pk ., l?:, and If dead, t" .II'I heir. to eie, i > Oil aa well 11,0 lola,,, o'.r 1IS
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YOU ARB HBRBBT NOTIFIBD ertarn parcel of roil eeltte. alt.uato. ... I'". aims ot Ito p." ,
that there has. boon file la Ih. lyIng st bring In Uada- .... ". ""'I'''' .'' ''' .vl ,
WELL DRILLING Olrcult Court of Ood..... County. den foIst.. rioi ida. and daicrlk- urk. Irueter la n'immg, ll-o i_ t: / Jt ;.I{ J :_R;
Florida, 01 tile II day of *eptemker -1 aa follow.: th. alalemenle In Ihe two ,
FOR BALI -. Brick ".11..'. Iyearold r..I1U\II" I Conplet A P. .*... a Complaint kyIh Boila at a point en lbs North ruMinvk show the aflianf. -
I 'lORRENl: fcoii**, I bed room i, I Lime el Doming plaintiff akova n.melilnit de of a main t ,>ad sail point fall kowboIo e and b*. Vn* of Ui. itrn,* phnom. debt totld IH. biUlon. while
: i'o.i Uri* KHcheo-Dlnlnt Pumps too you Th* purpoee of Mid b.III : hod Twenlyaeven lint a* 11 ih' n, 'i,:'',> ''i ..
'< '" C"tm .10.4 Patio, Utility Home M Irrigation. Complaint I I. to quirt till. *J"O..i', ;:two kmt r4UMIIlT and .rendition mdei, whi, k nil of our Umti U th. w., In the combined national dcbti of

H""III. t arport., Paved Prlv. !.,.I."loU aa t<. the followlni ( feet lout! and One lerkholdrr and sorority which inroM who bunks a go- ill th* rut of th* trM world
FOR KENT: On. (Oral bedroom 'I",i\ Hon c""r*' heal '***'. TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE properly I leveled III tkouaand Nine hundred TMrur- holder who do not app.