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

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and eonttnulnij I : month ___... 408Rainfall
year 61.3D
VOLUME 84. NO fl

QUINCY. FLORIDA SMS. THUK.SDAY. Or-miiKR 1, 10(14 ____ __u l

Mass Tuberculin Tests Will run, ll IRegistered Voters Over ,

Be Given To QHS.... Students 13000 In Gadsderi ounty

All the students In Quincy High

School, 7th through 12th grades,
will receive tuberculin tests for Junior "
TB beginning next week Varsity Guy A. Race I st.: 3M 3If oes

Dr. B. D. Blackwelder of the, ul Lake Talquin TB X-RAY UNITSCHEDULED
Cadsden County Health Depart Whips Si. Joe Retires From tf HERThe '
tnent stated that before a student Treatment Is Are t9j In

Is tested he must present a signedrequest mobile TB Xray Unit
slip from either a parent 24-0 Friday Red Cross *
Duty A will be parked si the Quit- UnofficiafTounl
or guardian. A request dip may Termed SuccessA smite Square frun H u, 13tkto
be clipped from this week'i paper n Suturiliiy
on page 14 By loons James Guy A. Race who has served
Last week 183 students receive Time 0pori WriterQuincy's the Red Crass chapter u a volunteer spokesman fur the Game and AU chest persons are'urged to havetree Schools for Election
X-rays as ttie TB
oe d tuberculin tests 22 were JV did all their scor for the past 17 years has retired Freeh Water Huh Commission rate In Gattodcn County is Officials Slated
positive reactors. These 22 students log: In the first half u they blanked \ from active service this week stated that concern expressed of the highest In the slate.one Next Week
h ve been referred to tarn the Port St. Joe Juniors 24-0 His resignation-: is sincerely regretted ur ?uee. by local fishermen over

lly physicians for follow-up. Friday afternoon at tarry field- .--- by the chapter. Mr. hate the number of game fish killed Over
Last month the Health Department before the big rains came. was appointed first aid chairman when Lake Talquin was treated Commission 13,000 names were on theregistration !
admitted three patients to This was the second victory In In 1947 and served continuously for shad last week was, In his County bonks of Gadsden .
the \V. T Edwards Hospital In Ta a row for Coach Bill Rogers': Jun until September 1V64, serving the estimation\ unfounded. County when the deadline for
lahassee One was a lyearo; ior Varsity as they posted a 6.0 chapter u a member of the IVjanof Many fishermen, Including Plumbing Work i registering was reached last Sal-
win over Bainbridge Directors and other activitiesconnected camp
two weeks
tenth grader from QuIncy High
operators, became alarmed when unlay at 1
with the chapter.He 11 t1t1 fjm.t according to J.
ago.The X41' w many bream shellcrackera In Courthouse Love
rM llutchlnsnn registrar.Hutchlnaon .
Parents are strongly: urged to Tigers busted the game was appointed chairman of bass, speckled and catfish
sign the tuberculin test request wide open early in the opening the Water Safety Committee in were found dead along the shores: slated that due to
slips and return Immediately. The quarter when Johnny Smith recovered 1931. He organized! the first tit Lake Talquin after the poison- Need RepairThe the heavy reglslratiisi\ of bath
tuberculin test Is a simple processof a Shark fumble at the swimming. class in the summeof lay: operation carried while people and Negroes In UM
putting some harmless mate t 3 on their first series of plays. 1992 at the Sawano Country PLAN FOR PROFIT-SHARING partnership lot the nation' lame Department was out!all by last few weeks he had been Unable

tal called tuberculin Into the surface foments later Fullback Craig Club u the county, and city, had voters U explained In detail in John H. Perry /Ir s new I Thursday.: The roniplalnls.'employees;; l.; however : unsanitary conditions of the, to make an official count to
no municipal In 1953 the date lie said that
pool. facilities. he
larbm plumbing must
layers of the skin usually loped around right end It book "The eeem to be centered In In I hi court report
on the forearm. The yards for the tally. first county-wide "Learn to Swim National Dividend published in a cei"lain house were bnxuslil In the attention to the Secretary of Slate In
the skin where the test t.t'Ibt't'O:: Quincy took advantage: of another I[Program" was offered to all chi edition. Mr. Perry is president and hardbaCk.j I John areas W,of Woods the lake., chief of the lit the Cuunly! Gwuiilsslun the next few days giving the num.

made will\ be examined from 2 to St. Joe miscue.when Steve dress and adults In the counrv board of Perry Publication, Inc., with fisheries division of the Game Tuesday morning.Graham her of white democrats, republicans
4 days later. When the doctor toutamire recovered a fumble Mr. Race has given hundrfoda'houri o t West Palm Beach. and Fresh Water Flab Onmmlson McKenwn chief san and IrN'g: well as
or nurse has checked the size at their 42 during. the visitors of volunteer service to this said Monday that In treatIng .- larlan was Inslnictett to make the member .
and thickness of the mark, It can second series from scrimmage\ : program. t lake the site of Lake Tal- an Inspection and) submit repot{ in thus categaia.Uitufficially .
be determined whether the test Is In June 1937 he was awarded and rvcommerKlnUiina there 4.83? N.
Again Harbin was the TO recipe ProfitSharing Voters'Plan gain there are hnund to he "hot at the ear are
negative, positive or Indefinite. lent as he carried the final Sards. the Bronze Medal for Service to np*." where water Is nut as deeps liest date possible (TOTS registered Xlnre the bonks..
If the test Is negativeyourbody : In the second period Eddie Humanity and a Certificate of. estimated, giving a larger dew : Qndklen ("ixinty's Sheriff Otho 'H''fted on June 1 Mowing the
contains no TB germs.If pooner scored two touchdowns Meritorious Service for outstnnii age than neorwiry to kill the Edwards: said the storage of the primary elections 1,210 Negroes
the test Is positive-you do The first came as a result of a Inc achievement u a volunteer rough fish. This causes an over new vntlng booths Is presentln and tld7 while people n-glslerod
not necessarily have TB, but some Johnny Smith fumble which he In the Water Safety Program, kill In the ....... a problem It was suggesleil that to vole In the coming election.
of the germs have entered your recovered In the end sine With from the American National Rex Presented In BookA "We hllhltd this same eVnerlrnce t'II,1vllllng precinct be responsible Still I the large precinct In DM
Cross. He is the volunteer :
body at one time or other. 1 U 11 seconds left till Intermission,I In the to only receive the J In other" holies of waterIng fliP Its MiiiltvnMtlrbmmlsskmer- mainly Is Qulncy 13. Hutchtnmn I '|
health Is good, your body 9 county .' ;, TL. Maxwell unofficial figures reveal that there
your pooner caught a yard pass to Bronze Medal for Service to Humanlty. treated staled Mr. Wood re-
usually keeps those germs from round out the scoring.: His-services'will be long- bold but simple, phil tc 1-- -- We have always helot that re- ported that he has been: :Indinneiiy are 1811 while and 194] Negroes
doing any damage. However you During the second half the remembered make every American voter ardlcas should have a chest X-ray to be Tigers still dominated the game: 01 Directors.by the chapter'sBoard rofit-shanng: partner In the tunlien's .: Saddle Club'sFall fish, Ute fishing has been greatly load Pcpartment that advertising 1. also Quirky> la In annnd
sure-It Is needed to show whether with a pass interception and an- free! enterprise system hashl'l'n Improved fish front other for ojx-nlng bids on U) It.Q\ cimIrucllnn place wllh a total of 1740 of
or not harm has been done. other fumble recovery but failed advanced by John 11. ferry,, areas of the lake will move Into has been set Air Novem which 1ft are Negro. UwttsvIYe
If your test Is not definitely to score as the reserves did OLD SYCAMORE Jr., president and chairman of Show Set the dep|ulaled areaa where find beer 17 hws'hee. - :negative or positive-It should much of the playing. HOMECOMING SET the board of Perry Publications I. mom ahtuvUnt." We destroyed Thmnas Reed Gadsilen County third with HOI while and 444 Negro

be repeated to make sure. Homecoming has been planned nc., with headquarters at West October 17 18A more rune fish In some areas dxipllal, ailmlnlstratnr, staled a registrants(
All persons are urged to have Band of Old Sycamore Methodist Palm Beach. han we wanted to but w. do nut low bid of Sl.RH! for a pnrtahl Havana rrertnct 4, Is In fourth
free chest X-ray Saturday from Begins Church Sunday, October t 1. His unique plan also sets up machinery eel mat this Is a serious slrtialhin. X-ray machine was submitted by place! with IBM names on the
t to 12 Noon In the mobile TB ; The Rev. J. C Rowan of MI. fur coping with and aolv Tall Show baa been scheduk d Our men will sample the lake In ,Westinithnuse, It was moved and books:; of which I 679 are Negro
X-ray Unit that will be parked on Magazine Sale and a native of Sycamore, will log. the many economic and social by the Gaiiwlen. Saddle nub 111I the next two or three. weeks anal seconded that the I Md be accepted Urmiahtiro, I'wlnct II, satin

the Courthouse Square- 1 The members of the Quincy be the guest preacher at the 11 problems faxing the Amer Saturday and Sunday, Oilnber 11' compare these samples wllh those w.lelUr.' Nr:: financial iOIIInly | n1 inn with 670 white people and
Everyone Is especially urged to High School Band began their'o'doik service can people because of the Technological and IS at the arena on U 8, 90 made before treatment Tlwn If by Edwin 128 colored people registered.
.Support the Christmas Seal Drive annual sale of magazine sub A picnic dinner will he served Revolution with I Its arty west of Qulnry beginning at 1 we find that the percentage whleh fights: TB and other respiratory scriptions and renewals Tuesday 'on the grounds after the service uteri, automation and eybrm- o'cb'k. any specie: of ..me fish Is below been ,paid the various funds will have over 80 percent of those anhe
diseases. October 6.Ctizens. and { has been etk's.Prny. Judging! both days will\ be R T what ws consider to be normalwe contain Ih. following amounts: toasts listed as of the Negro
nefl:1tJe1lnl.mx 47, heads a business oe- will >neral rund-$lM,KKI 111.
\ Eldrdile: of Jacksonville. Radacluck r Id"'un"t: particular : herd race They are Jsmleson, |*re.
of Qulncy and the local antiatlon which puMlshes 26 will be used fur all timed fish," official. 'A Bridge rund-rnwart, Floe CUM* I, 6d white ant 14 Negro;
FFA Members area are asked to buy magazine\ RECEIVES HONOR dally and weekly newspapers events. The total shad kill In Lske T.I.qln a Forfdtur -11.144,13 Idrflcll).''I Midway Precinct 6, SI white ami
suhwrlptions and renewals from two magazines: operates a .television Events for the Saturday show was estimated. at 52S.OOO Special llrhute Fun-tS:: , Quincy band student. All subscriptions Miss Martha Virginia Fain, station and brit r.-It
a sonar pounds In last week's selective I 1 .1 rund-U,7a: 11
are U MIOWK and lot Negro.
Receive HonorsAt and renewals at Florida Slate University,
\ junior Mal
are guaranteed printing firms; developed treatment by the Game and FreshWater Taal-LAir627.4.t ,
will be has been flIpped for membership Grand Kntryl The supervisor explained t.workers .
or your money and manufactures two-man subarlnM. > Failed bids
Fish Qitnmlssltn\ anvrd- Were opened on
refunded by the Quincy\ band i iupltIj'OUf' In Gamma Sigma Sigma: national and nopntes a 2600.. 1. Datum Class 2. Cbbl In his stilts had bred
diesel\ | fuel for six
tag to Joe lllanchard.
regional a
Convention small fry Junior Senior busy sliM e the bunks chard gettinghe
requestClark I service: sorority. "Te farm d'mercantile
com Mok -used road
fishery lst. Panama CJIy. prlod by and
lack ilenny. I. Western Dress. canto
--- -- registration t typed, broken
Convention pany. 4. Texas barrel Weave email This reprmenled a very "uvashil epartment vehicles, "'alltl mnnlh"1!. Into and
37th Annual F.F.A. preolncta alphabetisedhefiire
The Two of the rommi-rdal\
In Kansas City. Missouri, Youths Win Farm plants are In Georgia, the printing farm fry ...junior senior .. Jack. Ben n.'-.operation...... .. P.s.fix Inn Vs.Lun-, sod Oinipany wsa awarded sulimltted he the' being plan In Use bunks,
will begin with registration\ October and mercantile company are In ny. taller" Class shuts and Then are uulte a f.-* names that
12. Approximately 200 members KenludlY.IIW1Ipllpo'r Is Inthe hidings., 6. Halter cUss nun will be taken off the books" due to
and friends from Florida i Bahamas and the remainder' ,,7. Ikrrback Uaas It and under. registrants having died, nmvnlway /
have Indicated that they expect to cl the enterprises are In Florida I ianm-nt Race 9. Western Adoption Agency Joins been mmvMml uf fulonlesor
be present to see and meet other ferry has btot'IplOOPI'f' In Horsemanship 17 and over committed In Insane hwpllala.slated .
]Future Farmers from fifty states Bureau Talent Contest the use of computers In the production 10. Western llnnemamhlp, U I" that u son as the I
and Puerto Rico attending the :, of type and ads for his and wake 11. Uo-Nut Rare, 12. books have .been purged V" Die
National Convention.Ten publication. Most of his Florida Run and Lead small fry jiuv newly regUfrrvd Yf res' name

of Florida's farm boys will I Two youthful folk singers\ properties already are linked\ together doverleaf.ton seniors Jai'k Bniiy. 11. United Fund Of ,lad' been InI'IJI11'.Ied. ofnal >
anent would be nuile nd therepiirt
Fanner Degree with a renter Quincy
receive, the the American highest degr.\ of Robert and Mark dark won In West Palm Reach.computer In additionto Events scheduled for the Sunday submitted to the Swretaryat !
first place in the talent contest at show are: Male
achievement offered by the FFA. news and ad type production.
Only one member In each 1,000 the Gadsden County Farm Bureau the center also bundles accounting Grand Lntrytt The ChlkWl Horn Society HukMnson also revealed that
may receive the degree. It Is annual meeting: and barbecue last circulation records and various Costume Class. 2. BarrelWeave of florid la he newest member r rn cte to recently enacted laws that
given for outstanding: achievement Thursday evening at the Armory. other business\ activities for k. Jack a small\ fry: 1. junior senir .- athe United fund of QU1If'J'I cttanged some of the eleclkmalutea
In farming and rural lerdershlp. Ronald Toiar a 4 4-H'er was the operations which range from Ilifiny Cloverleafmen. Sinets f"UMlte In Jscksunvlll, he would hold three
Each American farmer gain sweepstakes winner for thefOUMh extreme northwest Florida to the 4. Western. IkirsenMnslUp,, in I903 the ftwIHy has served noils for rlMtiiin! offldaui neatwork.
receives a gold: key certificate consecutive year In thet.1I slate's lower east const.Perry's Ie and uraler.1 7and 5 Western.. Horsenanshlp Cd .lm County restdnils and ,has; lie will I.. Misled by

and a $121 check from the Na. and YEA 10-ear corn contest plan for profilsharingpartnership small, over. Arenaken wekraned support from the eonunity. mtewie, fmm the Secretary ol
The Ottice Yawn another HIClub fur the I'1nn''fit. fry Junior seniorai : Males office.
tional FFA Foundation. With the resent estabshmnnt -
J k Benny. 7 Ocw erl st I
American Farmer Candidates member- won first place In 1 ers is explained In detail In his 'en. .. Iterrback (lass, 14- wom and of lh. North. Central [)I. .WTlon: wiitr hun Per
from Florida are: George H Culverhouse. the corn contest which is spon- new honk "The National Dividend :'under. .. Flag small vision, with' headiaiarters In TalIUMMI m-ts pea Its, Own Twerve,
Pierce. Archie seed by the Gadsden County ," la hardtack' .I'h. try srrvtrM ird Thirteen and I'lftem
Jr, Fort bI1n rd. untor senior ck. llrtiny 10iligllsh : \ are mats will strut
William Gaylord. Jr;, Branford, Farm Bureau and the Stale De- edition in Stales by''' 1,....,.. 11 Western lIy available In rsMdmils uf this at die Ossify Uwnmlaskn Kusn
Rodney Hammond, Winter haven partml'llt of Agriculture\ He pro- Ivan Obnlensky, Inc., New York, 'I leasure. 12. Persia Pick-up, srea.Inqutrlee. In the CnurthmsM al T:10: pm.,
David Talmadue King:, Jasper. dated 113 bushels of corn per and in Canada by George J. Mo U. Reining CUse. 14 Musical finest crupto Interest- Movlay, U1 12. The fr m I're-

Richard Noel Pwramore. wmncy.. acre and received $1.00 a bushel Lent Ltd, Toronto."With Tina, J< and wrier and U. Open I'll In enlarging their families 1 dims Eight, Nine, Ten ant 8.a
John B. Sergeant Jr. LakelAnd for his efforts. its foundation firmly I Vasurs.. ttimugh adiipUni. are wdranwl I MI will neat to the Uty Council
Barney Joseph Stephens. Alachua, The other top winners were established to the production\ and A one di4kr entry tee wIn .b* b1 the Tallahaam staff. In TVcrnt Rosin at 'the Mica Matkm In
Thomas Leonard Thorn Paxton Stephen Tolar- lOt bushels profits of a free enterprise sys .. ......... .. r... T..' yean, nine Wants have been (tslxiM-hee al 7.20: pm., TVs-
Hubert Larry Walker Mulberry! Clark Fletcher 104 John Ward tem" Perry said "the natlouddlvkkend -_.- plared with Qianry, couples by day, at 12, and ttnae fns,1Prsinvta
end Fred D. Whitelaw. Invel'Ol'M.1 Jr_ 103. James Snnsom 102 plan provtdee\ a way lor hIt Idrlely. i iI Two, Three, four live
Star Farmers Joe' Ronald Tolar '7. Charles ... tn MMralH ir 'n4hMi and are. I Quincy Students and rnurtiwn will meet at the
Two area -' !I Part of the raised 'by the
---- mwy
Johnson Havana, and Darid Fu- Ward M, Ken Cowen .3 and serve our kpkve/u.l liherttee.; IttAiarvnteee / ii (Tty tall In Havana al 7,29 pm.,
gate Santa Fe. and three District Owns SmIthat.. The .... v....... Out Improvement
Star Farmers James wells, Robert and Mark Clark are general welfare without swriMcing I. M Meeje their baldest, h.eabwWs. /1 Arurdlns In the supnvuor HIshsmlee
Jay. Douglas Prevatt. Plerson\ now eligible to compete at the Vareen ClarkIs rights freedom and dignity 10 With the largest enrollment hIts rvmnrtal help may he :twlbils, .had bwn mailedal
and David Michael Clark. Bar- Slate Farm Bureau Convention the! buraaumcy of an allpuwernil hotory and a saner nt new .given wilt II\tfInaltllre. )hnwltalrtmtral -J pass WetlnmUy.Quincy .
also be In attendance U federal government. And H teachers adrted to the faculty In
In Orlando seat month. They are New PastorAt Infest and malmenaAr iwea
liners of the Southern Nitrogen provides this improvement out of meet the noeds of the tnrrrssed tn4 r. 5,555.Fletcher .
the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel mwted A trained and syrnpa-
Florida Nitrogen: Leadership earnings, not .by idtUunl taws student body HunnnrVn CoJIM'sitgnmrry Carnival
and Clark of Greensboro. rhetkf naewnrtwr I Y available to
Santa ClaraThe that Increase the cart of living. In ; TractorCompany
fur le6. Ala., has opened
In the them with their
winners -
Second place help Very personal
Van Bryant, CTf'IIWhnro FFA Convinced that the Tittsiukw K-al Its tilth yev'CrtRNled Sot October 29
talent contest were Walter Dover membership of Santa Oars prublrms,
Revolution .
till car.Knti eventually can bring ,
attending to this Sour
will be f51 .
Csapter. the fh Annual winner and Tommy Smith, who presented tapttst Church Invites everyone sstnumtnsr hearses in the sund- .....tInnal Bhersl arcs year miles Sisal pressing i* Att need !.... Under The lUlbiwem' Carnival at the

(c.s.U....... .. P.5' T...' selections on the electric gad to attend a reception honor of ads of living tot this country and trrtn Qiilnry are: Aierry Taws funds to provide rnMltral ""'., Q-iinry IBgh Iciest" U M for (lee
tar and drums. their new pastor and his family, the remainder of the world. Perry .tee, dnugm Featured speaker during the the Rev. ant Mrs. Vsreen Carton to cowernrd about serious cornptlraHons JaM R. Chairfler, tilt North home rare for these Infants until
Telogia Creek evening was R. G. Arnold, form-' Sunday October II, at the which cnuld rise dur lewsrt Stiver:; Sue Ann 0.7rt"r:1.-. they are ready to W to their Fred r;, Hank bs* sssumsdthe The hash drnelksi slips have
arty with the American farm church: from J.ao until 4.00: InC the transition front today'I .daughter of Mr .....I t\\... -. M nVal prude pusllui of nansger ol rVtrhor 'been seal and everyone !M kVedrrtura

Wildlife AreaIs Bureau. In his talk he praised the o'clock f m. 'pmrturtJon systems to the automated DnuglM Owens, : t tents or legal eampttratinn mernernnlUle ford Trartur Company Hi in thorn lmnw.tUIly -.
Gadsden County Farm Bureau. Mr. dark is t native of Thomas of he future. many ek* uf suit 4Gsnmltt.
peoc Street Basses sop
EstablishedThe organuatina and stated every man bounty.. Georgia.... Clark ks the The hie ......." he rxpUio- of Mrs.' N. I. Worittwry.j I care .Wing It ,, tnsvait ... llal Do Fe4A .. memtvrs .
should be a Inrmer Helm EdwIna James, I I Csaea.N .... T... 1JnJ owner reenies
la Gadaden County 5. 21 Nash loth Mr**. nvfuhpft of tie North
In member of the Farm l ues .I daughter of Mrs. Louise James ,,,,:::"-- -- !, A native A fur* 01,. K C. (hat if any civic club or starch:
bunting .
bright future I,'I Istn of ThomasviQe. Georgia. Mr. and ms'ssett I Mr. blame rec'lllWdII.. early.j group wishes to sprnstir a sang
seen I,Every man's Job In the area "rt .,
Northwest Florets oak III isn or heel hmth -
Mrs. Clark have five cMMrea. eian-aflun aneni4 or kwl help by
I hers ant lags
related to agrkulhue -
the Ltlnyd Maasvjr el Qmnry.The
with some way
brighter look recently 1 Beth 17. Bill 12, bob '. David Ueunam AaTKultursI Cullrfe I IHe ,giving time .UI II pluses mewtad
edaMishlng of TelnjU Creek Mr. Arnold Mid. t and Brett 2. I' CMIdrraj't l"iroe sVrMynrmr IMS loved In islets, Ala and,,I,. Mrs. James .......""1.
III described a good .. 1
wildlife mansgement are Lllrerty The speaker! aO ar.aIe and The imlllinna affair .to
Mr. Clark received the A. R then Merlanna brtnre the bit
Ownties.Aocorrfinf member. -... must ,.,. In coitrlUite .,...,
Bureau .
and Gadeden Farm degree from StetSfSi Untventtyand gulnry. Mr. BUnt ha rrc.:1 f....10'.t...", ,,, his (heyear.
to Charirs Turner.. have a rUe 1Inaw.4s.., faith tosett & D. degree front SoulhsnBaptM ..., .* QuMrjr United fund so ersl mr< npvrlra la facts' ftie tunlni per real of
Came and Freer Water FlshOnnmissson. vtsksi and priers spun Thst/soctcal Semimn at I I thai the entire .... of tw cnmItnunltv and Mustrial euuHmwnt hales IN t
and lies >*"5nl.II surh" aa hiving brotherly* Amid love Louisville Ksntucky. He was C Call .be an*. sal Wvr e. I the students ur sisal to "T>,
Quincy WIll to aamiatrd aDd gond rttMsMtV Mr. psslnr st the Raleigh While Baa- A ,memnrf n( the Mxnw&sl1Ourrk. IIIIfIf.IIIIIlt.-.. able or w.Uaitpds
the St. Joe Paper Compar emphasised. net Churra of Albany. Gooar L. :HD Council Has Mr. RUntsi la married a sprikremMi slal""4.
13.000 acre tract Bee ta tilt lwmunty During the evrrang J- r. Davin The femur pastor, the Rev T 5iy Y -
; and he and Mrs. BUftfan have a
20. It a-ts bounded north of a SUte the IHsid eat 1 Jr.weer, prestdenl.made by P.presided.W. Stsie Reports 17,0 to Mont Baltimore Hash, Ire Maryatnd.recently ...-sj :Fashion Show [t-yrar t4 set, Feud Jr. I ANN CLARK IS

wd west by St Jar's Gedsdtan4 Order C W. HartM. Odes Al smrnt the Nantite Dve toHsrlanna BACK AT TIFT
. liberty County ownenhlp, regpBtwrty. I.Blair and Demise OBIS. His SYLVANIA CHURCH I I The" Ot V* Cauntj M>enef but plan to now to I. rsmrd numnrr of ymmsj womesi
and esi the s rti 'C V. Butler was cbairmaa of >fw,Mrarlo* Ctunrfl f"MIfed''Jumry as ass as the nsressaryarangMnents began attonkng classes at Tif

the Hats ten. Tears gu "I lilt talent emLd and MrsI PLANS a Cmptktty Tut+m For Treaie are Biade.Oulnry ,CwXe to rmyth, Ua., this WOT*.
State Road 12 and Tehee /! Crtrte Muoroe totroasceo tilt I The HOMECOMING ax eve +,, Your llrwto ruC W 4- seems to be a very sire Amusif the srwlmts enruilrd U
It will be open tor hunting this ....., 1 tile eventng. CeorteM car seedy aft_Hi at the Quinry lose and .e are svAIn hrsanlto Mine Ana Clark 4auchtrr of MA

yes under wildBtt management 1 IJdasea, seed .... crI CItfi tomeoonuig ......,. OcW.r I*. r.JM ,r P Wamn's Ooh kvlr krre.." .Mr. fitantui sash and Mn. Hubert liars of Green
regulator i ThnmM CM of Oases. Csv. will ..,.. rnk '"-'ale. eamrOMd .bur*
A KM pubBe bunt per It. he the gam speaker at the 11/ -. welcrrwd the glass. FIRST BAPTIST There were II per cent mart
good a any aaanafemeal area to I PITTS REUNION -cb. service. Aflerwarl "I Mmjr..t aw _to lira SUNDAY SERMONS girls bias the sew sad des
the stale that to eon far bunts* rrimda and retsttvec ol tile .set wilt W served ea tie gratnds. FARM BUREAU TA1DH: CONTEST WINNERS were a .. Adaas.Te turning Murfcnt variety ,..,*.
CgtM field wtl be re- Jotss PW Robert dark (right and Mark dark. 1M ) boar .............. The Rev. TVnue E Calmar Isred leg Use toll spore Ibis
Mr. Draydm an boys,
Ute IOU a
= Is adAoV to tie regularIwdnc I of tw first OmrHi. ..,. ..... .
Ana BOOK CLUB TO I samaefn sad red-bee sidodtrews. bassos Baptist a* -. with the l 0
annual Mr.
11M'tie ranksi and Mrs. Hence Clark ct Gr natao
I i preeeoiod a "> WIll drtlver
Bcensew Sw hut
Waning sRrus t > ftmtoy snsmlngsttwm Center year.
Timer, respond game asol |I(I. .....,.Ciwaatera.apnursubet Octntsnr II. at 9. MEET TONIGHT saUcttoa o< loOi sooqe al th. annual Farm Burton barb. kV apt.a.- The,. sst --1 swttM. "Ckr>r .*a Low Te tally acquaint ass treahmrs

pC Iar tile o.am- says tbII Ory Hall to The Book: OB ... meet all cn* and rneetoq las Tawsday eJahl in die A/mary. hnv-te Yam s. tm MIMTM. mg la A This ef Crtsts."* with rsjnpua Me land to tits tra.iSrwul .

the ere, mrtsrjr, ejuall snd sqiarrellantwUdons Eerynse II ngss.sed in king I,:u ttse eveawif with I Mrs. WrvtlutiUis Tkoy are BOW attgibU to ceotpat at die Slate Farm to ... ..... a Srffcrt W, knv-te a. Al Ose ev tuns servtr whet fans at homnh..knesal,
are good to the are Cssd *""'. ea4- ..si at W. Frsnaaa ItI i ei TUr a PBMMI tarh. snv-te em;i k (lne M 'III. sir swims. Tin ChO.te has srhMttM tile
......-.. area and r cbed'f : le pU>n aasl cudsrj WIll se j: Atbrrt ".. wd review feet feast Convetulao MIl ssooth. Oilanaa. Photo by photo le Irsaf..ad .... kej il'Varre4 By **t. WIll be based 1 slew kotUisy fcr rvshmes) s. bang

.C_.!...< w .... Tl I j I s b I M SdKfia & Flowsf Sbop. |( : epfsYe. I ,. DM ruts tl ....*, i I Iwselwrst. Oct. ItIt.Untforatt1 '.






Exchange Hears

Talk on Juvenile

Delinquency"Juvenile (

delinquency I I. not
the fault of the child but rather ;: 1Iif/llJ ulW/lIleA
the fault of adult In most case,' .
Mrs. Dorothy Alexander told the 'Q, '
Exchange dub Wednesday Mm .
Alexander I 18 from the Division of ON 1 MORE ITEMS..MORE OFTEN 1 AT JfTNEY!
Child training School in Marl. ,\.
t."r i4x anna.
Introduced by pJ'OiI'IIIchair-
man John Hlgdon! the guest
speaker said Juvenile delinquency
cannot be corrected' entirely by
the parents, churches or school PURELARD
but by the emir community.To .
Illustrate her point abe aid
that many time a young person Motor OIL
would select someone in the community
far removed from the family .
7 K-hoo or church for hero worship -
Some .teen-ager I I. probably
witching each of u* now we
never know to what extent our Influence Tugs 2ge
will affect other We 10 Q4' 9ge
should see that hit Influence
always for the good always entirely
CORN PROt)>i1crrON WINNER '!!!., Wt to right: OtUc Yawn, who produced 113 buh.U of corn pn ecr; Clark good wIhIII moral shading, With $7.50 Food Order

n.tch.r,18t: St.phen Tolar105, John Ward Jr.- 103, lamas Saruom 102, Ronald Tolar- 97, Charlie Ward hedging or overlooking" thing that
I 95, Ken Cowen- 93 and Chris Smith 89. Ronald Tolar was again iweepetalcM winner for the fourth consecutive emphaatxed.need correcting" Mrs. Alexander

rear In the 4.H and FFA 10-ear corn oonteit. County Agent John Ruuell presented checks to the wlnnen. Photo by She concluded her remark by

Photo Studio & Flower Shop listing the ways we a* adult can JUMBO PIES 3-$1oo
"help our children that 1* all
children: start reform with our-
mesas?, for everyone using Lake I
selves see that we are trustworthy
v Talquin between the age of II that young people trust
and d5 to have a flatting license,
ui completely and learn to Ill- WAGNER
regardless of the method of fish ten listen not only to young
ing used or where they are from people but also all who need to
Colt of a resident Florida license he listened to both young and
ri r a+ 1 tmv. I II three dollar, with one dollar

going into II'NIoBits a fund. to finance management old.Fred i DRINKS 4 *' $loo

Jones Is

And Club Speaker BAMA

Fred Jones, manager, spoke onacttvitlei APPLE JELLY
of the Gadsden County 4s1oo:
Chamber" of Oommen-s taforemember
BT BOTCH of the QuIncy Kiwanl I

Club Monday noon at the JeUer-i 1

.... son House. He was Introduced' by j
-- ----- Saturday
was a big
""" :.; day John Herring, program chairman.
THE FIRST GIFT TO THE CADSDEN COUNTY HEALTH CENTER was preiented more ways than one. Its over Quincy Klwanli dub membervolunteered I
I Jimmy Pled of the Home Furniture Company. Shows admiring a brand..n.w rsfrigeratof I hog now-and and another It won't one be 1 II long approach until booth at the their two service Khool carnival to man POTTED MEAT 6

U Mri. Audrey Hancock, Head Public Health Nur... Photo by Martin November I, election day. to be staged later this month. I Cans 49c
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Speaking of elections remind They also started making plan
lest peasant under Communism me. A lot of people voting In the for the annual Christina party
Profit-Sharing could.compare the two aystemi: Don Fuqua Will general election Jijit mark their for underprivileged children at ,
and conclude which' la better." ballot In the races that are con George Munroe and Quincy Elementary VIENNA SAUSAGE 3
.c........ fray Pall 0... Perry believe the wider voter, Address Nat'l ,torted. The majority of the candidates Schools. Cans 49cPENNY

nt "If whether w. can meat dIf' partitipalkm! certain to remit. -- that. were, nominated, but A. G. Fletcher, of Jacksonville:'
challenging problem of the TedvItringlcBl from adoption of tots plan would FFA ConventionNinth not elected in the first and second was a guest Jimmy Barineau .
Revolution Without the bring about Increasing demand primaries don't get too many and Rodney Joyner, members of
dliruptlv agony ot mum unrmplirmnrt by the penile (or greater economy District Congremman'Dm "X'l" placed by their names. the QuIncy High School Key dub
l rntun-d consumer purchasing and efficiency In operation ol the Fuqua of Alrha will make the opening Just a word of caution This were also greats.Porter .
pnwrr, I aaKKlng! front- federal government speech, October 14 at the time we have a rather large bal I
my, and further Intrusion of the Mitrlhutlon of advance Ml National Future Farms of lot but please do take time to DOG FOOD 1 Lb.
Moral government Into the lives at the book already has rested: Antics Convention In Kansas place an "X" by those people'snames SpeaksAt 10 8ge
and affair of the American people. In widespread dlacuarion among al)'. that year nominated In May ConsSTOKELY'S
." national political loaders old toommlc Fuqtm, who wa elected to me It will give some Insurance I Vet Meet
Ilil prnpraal designed to free expert. United Stale, CoryRess In 182I against waking up the morning ,
stagnated Investment capital, stimulate Former Vie Pmldrnt Richard I a former active member in after election and finding out thai
research Intj new products M JMIxon had this onmment: t the Florida ITA and held nxiny we have a strange sheriff or tai Doctor Ralph Porter was guest 14 OZ.
which will result In new industries "Mr. Perry hat faced up toprublem a important position with the organtiatifln. assessor, or chonl superintendent speaker at the 35th annual meetIng -
and new Job, and guarantee which cannot continue to [ or even worse (ha!) supervisor of the Florida !State Veterinary
a perpetually lrong consumer be lgna et. The brink wa a great lie t* a (nrmer idle president of registration. Sri don't go to afl Medical Association, held at the I CATSUPiCOPELAND'S
demand and purcb itimulatlon to my own thinking, of the PTA State Star Dairy the trouble of going to the polls International Inn In Tampa, October BOTH
The foundation at Perms planIs and I am sun will have a similar farmer and h Mi the American and then neglect to property mark 4 t. ,
a constitutional amendment effect on other who read it. Farmer Degree. your ballot all the way. II Doctor Porter presented a paper! 12 OZ. 3geWIENERS
which would put a ceiling of M I think he baa rendered a real faifn hnidi a degree In Agricultural mikes, those candidates that an on "Distemper Treatment." I
per cent on corporate Income taxre service In presenting In such an Economics fmm the University not opposed] feel good when they
and would aim make corpor- Interesting and understandable of Florida when be wa graduated get a large viola In the general
nit dividend payments Income way, the rue for a new approach In 1951.Representing. !election and all of you an Creek FORLIVER
tax tree. This, he li mnvlnrrd<< to lame very difficult problem Calhoun County, aware of the write-in campaign Telogia I
would provide the stimulation we will be facing In the future." Fuqua was elected to a first term that has been going m to elect a I
need to get Investment capital [ U, S. Senate George A. Smithen In the Stale Leglilanjr at the sheriff that Will nominated by er..ila..a Ira's Psi ,O.) f
flowing lively Into the nation'* O-KIa.), t member of the age of 24, serving In the ISIS neither political party to ..iheprimaries. !
tomomy, Senate Flnanc Committee, said _1,,". Two year Inter he wa period tor I game build-up appears
Under Ml plan, t'III'POraleno he nUni to rtditrthtit rnoin d re-elected without opposition and necessary.' Hunt map are
come taxes collected by- the federal the 'bunk. lo other members of served In the 1961 session. I was unahl to attend that, bring prepared and tireis
government would be placed lit, committee."I When elected to the United Toailmaitera meeting at Kltt..U'I'Cafe bring posted to preparation lie
Into a iperlat fund instead of find Mr. Perry' Idoaa about States House of Representative 'lJHdaynine h.J to the 198445 leaaon.Lnvingnod 1 I I 1 1
ring into the general fund, at at itlmulHtlng economic growth and In 19(12( at the age of 29, Fuqua: work. Hope they had a good at- whose office I* located
present. And instead of being used strengthening democracy at the WIll the youngest Democrat in lenience a* I would like to see at Honft d, I* unit foresterIn
to finance in-railed services to une time significant' and provocative Congress. club formed here. I found outlast charge of the area. St. Je
the people alter being diluted In, ," Mill Sen. Smathcn. "I Aim speaking on the cinven- Wednesday. noon that the Dale Paper Company own the tractin
nuaaga through the governmental would like to distribute coulei !ton program, October 15 will be Carnegie course I took last ear It* entirety. -
bureaucracy theWOI corporate ltrI': among! the member of !the Senate Wayne Poucher from Largo who wasn't quill enough to nuke mea Including Telogia Creek wildlife -/-"d'
come tax hood; be finance Committee so that I.ha 1 lung bran active In Future public speaker of renown. I: management- area the total
tiled directly to me American- they, too can have the brrvcflt of Farmer affairs, anllI farmer nude a talk before the Jaycees acreage Northwest Florida un- FRESH BEEF
""n on a per capita basli. The his nrletneJ and far-reaching FFA national public speaking and I Wit still scared stiff May der the Commission' management .,_
only requirement for sharing In thouKht In connection with theoperation champ>ton. be If I keep trying one day I will area program Jumps to /
ha national dividend payment of our fret enterprise State Department of Education at least be able to get on my feet slightly lea than one and a quarter '
would be voting In the national nywtetn." Vocational Agriculture officials estimated In front of a crowd and Ml them million" aay Turner. "There
general election" every two yearn.The The foreword of the book was I that more than 200 Florida \ what my name it without my are ten wildlife management area 1b. 39
payments would be Income written by Donald I. Ropn *yndlcated Future Farmers their sdvtsert knee buckling. It I. frightening I la tilt Third Region, guaranteeing
tax free. economlca colurnnlit and and others" would attend the public acnes to bunting land for
rrrry pntntl out that mil bread 'dean of New York financial editors convention from October 14 Had mv picture to a recent .Issued roe yean ahead. All! one, the
rilnlrthuttnn ol fundi payment In It, he Mid: through October U. the "Florida Press" ind didn't Point Washington area, wit be CENTER CUT PORKCHOPS
'would he made quarterly "ItI my unquaHfled belief know It until I opened what I open for the general season which r
'would serve u a Jll'rpet..alt.-that a century fit now, the economic thought was a letter from my open November 21."
back fit cnnaumer pun'haling philosophy" for that li Lake Talquin friend Cecil Kelly who la vice
powr.lIIelll'Olllwd.J11I'I1ItrnI'tltC'tlIll. of ; president ft the Perry firm that 69
what tt really U Johns Perry lb.
will be thawed by thoughtful (('.." ._ Farr .... .... owni the Times. JIlt Just mailedme FFA Members
for the plan to be phaird Into] human a*, long fterwmrd. contemplatrvt C.dlldtotORlnty lake and was a tear sheet and wrote "('000
nperation over a five-year period quite comparable to the 1M1trNlment gratulatloni" acmsi Hie top. That
and reaponaibl' people (('..,,,_ ira? .... east
Using the fnrmula employed by dlacuas and ponder upon the phiInKiphle which resulted In a WIll when they elected me vice
the President' Cttincil ol Economic of Adam Smith Mara MM.OOO.pnund MIL director of the Florida Presi Assnristion. of the Flint River Mil Award GRADE "A"
Adviser to project the Impact Klaringer and Barurhs sod Berle "About 21 per not more small I had tl.arebxxnlen u the outstanding FFA Swine Exhibitor .
of the 1984 tax rut on the You will find nowhere in current "hid were eliminated this time that someone took a picture otme to the North Florida Fair LEGS & BREASTSQtrs..
nations he out while the the retiring director and the
economy pninti ttteratura a more eaaily-read. large shad kill wa last November.'
the stimulated business activity I faally-undertrood. graphic, dynamic about the mme ai three year.agn new director. Serving on the Nslional ira
and Increased employment\ would I and dramatic presentation of !the ," said Blanchard. Convention Stage Crew will be: CHICKEN lb. 29c
channel more than enough new value of the wondmua American ''TIle gam fish kill ai anticipated Proof of the effectivenea. of Paul Adams Slate Secretary
personal Income taxes Into the private enterprise lystem." was only about 1 per cent advertising, whether by newspaper Florida Association. Summerfleld
general fund to offset the has ol Sol Talshoft. editor and publisher of the lOCal" Nanchapd staled or word of mouth tin to the 1 Brad Culverinuae !State. Treatunr. -
the corporate tax roI1<<-tII1n.. of RnMdcairtng magarin, said "While even this amount under fact that a colored woman came Ft. Pierce Rohhy Cbbum
Perry alira area his plan aa a itandably dliturhs onkuken at Into the office but week' to regis
Dividend U
"The National a powerful !Slat Sentinel, Winter\ IllYI'll.TIInnII ,
powerful: n-: '" In the free and scholarly work. It surd operation It must be ,.. ter. After she had. been sworn to Smith. Chapter President, Big 3 Lb. Can W.bkiFLOUR No Boil
World on Communism, lie Mould be must reading not only memhered that the combined number sloe was asked where the" lived. Qulncy PTA Chapter in Qulncy
xplslned: for everyone who brll_. In our of game fish killed actuallyrrraesda She replied "RockMee. Since ;Randy Shelton. Chapter President
"The plan would provide Irrefutable only about no one to the office had ever BLEACHQuart
free enterprise system tadass a* many as Bkwntstown. David Fugale. OIL
evidence thai In a free' every department head in government ,are removed to one good\ day' heard of the place we asked whereRorkledge Chapter President. Maker Bill{ SAUSAGE
society the worker not only la was braced so that
and of iport flrfilng
member our Wallace Chapter Reporter. Wild-
for his labor but alsodrive every we might put her In the
well ,
paid Forty-six Oammlnkn proper WePresident
Gfigiw -'. Larry Ford Past Stale
In to 40 rent of Uproflli. por'('1ncf. "Oh, Rorkledge la is Lb.
up per e e.s parttclpited In the big of Malone and the Utowing 69
And, In addition\ Duval County." she 'Tra lOc
to being Bon. Tblrty 4i. boats _fttIpIO-i replied. Adviaen: Eugene Doai Bat
given a voice in the aelertlon of Mormom Choir .ta dlsdributing I.S10 Just to Quincy for a pew days Mulberry" Douglas Edwsros M- Onij' 8ge
Iota public offlriali thrnucn tree waiting out near !the Seaboard andderided
rotenone In the lake. I lone and R. E. Jaws. Baldwin.FrWttda ; .
election, he also li paid lor ettee.riling .: On Television "Black crappie and hua flaV I would register." of the Future Famed D mil with $10 Order limit 2
that right. Even the atmpSLS&p > / Ing success should start to Improve wha are planning to attend thiIrmvenrion I
In the Sew weeki Young Man" Francis McQUl
next U
Sunday Oct. 11 are: Mr. and KrLcp
campaign chairman fnr the SPEARMAN
the weather I* good, stated United I Curverhnuir.: Fort
I The 375-vnlre' Tabernacle Choirand Rlanchard ':!Sure the overabundant Fund of Qiincy. teem to be Ptrrre Mr. and ...... IL WllangSugf .
II000 will be bid supply' hi been eltmlnalnd getting little concerned about
111'IIIIIII plpea *. Tearher of Vii ataorral Agriculture. -
heard over Television Slition the competition for balls the slowness ft returns to .the Branford Inert School.L. .
\\'CTOuInnrI II, Tallahassee, and lure will Increase, resulting drive IIt..1 anrious for IhW Wanes HarreU. Cmrdtoatnr ol BEER 2 : $3.00 Tax
e 1N Ir on Sunday, Ort. U. and Sunday. In better Cliches." I wed have kits to get them filled Vocational Agr cuhtne. Path
Oct 18. The event will be televtoed Lake Talqula was among six: out and turned to to the office to [I Onunty. Bariow Mr. and ...... Victor Dtpodt
from the General CnnJrrrnce trw nib management a_. established the Ott en* Bank Building It t* Butter. nana. Mrs A. VTGaytord. .
I of the Quuvh of Jesus Christ at a meeting of the all Inr a good dues and Francis Jr, Branford. Moms E.
? of Latteisiiy Paints, Temple Game and Fresh Water Ftoh Cnmniiislon will sleep heifer U you do this Ztopnr, rrtoctpsj. Lakeland High '
tittle HANDI
thing tor kin PA
Square, Salt lake City.TH at filer Sprmg on September at the earoMpossible Sfnoni.
Mormon Tabernacle the 21. Other management' time.Saddle PIES I
traditional bom of the rhnirI real are Lake Francis and RedReach FRUIT
Lake hi Highlands Grainy" : lubSunday FRENCH FRIES
I Card of Thank I Watertown Lake In ('olllmhilC'Qmlr E i ELECTRICAL

I Ieiw I would like lo thank the many County and Lake lake Take Dtm I In* VoruslaOmnty. Manor tc atl. a Pas .... I I'
Patti all organizatloui diaas.d per .vents. SERVICE
have pees so kind and &o:1 Th action wa f totIpuhIIo Mowing will ails nwd bee. == 3 for 7ge 4 w $100
show the Hub via ,
tel my daughter, Deunlra. during to rattle
bearing the
on pmpnsal
off a .nurse and ...... .
her Illness and who nude It pnssaWe Gauntlet and Lenn Cbunliei andrroJiunemlnrtom TVkHsCM Anything from wiring J
tar her toIt ailinltiH, to be ohtuiwd from Hub mem-
by the hiiarrfsof booM
ben .... a to replacing
the huxpltal Air asthmatic rhll county commlicAxiers to the and a cbs M have
dim In Denver. IVondra would two counllei. I* be presrol to era a light bulb GREEN HEAD
1 kin. I in near tram yuu. Her address Mr. Wank aim staled that the Four hue* point tmphle win
All' You Scot Yew Doctor is-: Game Department had by Mt be awarded Sunday h III sass
m* Your frwcnptioa Ta L', I Bliss Deondr* Batter satire Lake Talquta aa a ttri PUUXS accumulated both days to Ike Shepard
I CARUI each rlais nU fry CABBAGE

F. P. May 3401 W. lth Average ',manage management the lake ate so emtractNl that flahing to and"tor I nbbons and Jack will Benny.be A = ot lb. 5<

I Denver Coin. win be much better to the future. I Neil awarded far
New Labrr 81'- "We aorepted that aMgatlan and evenev ,
Drug Co. Thank you againMrt. be Everyone la tnvttea1 to attend SHELFEHBUTCHFUHNITUBECO. CAe RED i
tars ran confident! that w will I and .
'sat '
LeoLeaden BalM b ws
Phone 627.7601 tilt ewrymlng bunwnry ponbleM
1 ndM tmtpete. .

I Quincy. Fla. get molt fnr the work trmrov make.flshtnc,." he to heir ranchsM.area al- I MAUi '.I.u SWEET
r i The Debt tor Ksa. IM-MM POTATOES
cu penuad acceptancefjety" III 'sob
ethers to 8c
duoIlly Store he lb.
I,II\InII"IIWIII abtistaient area It wta W ef a till. (, s a gam ass to stay out I. a7M.l.... PK MAIm Ml.t










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PEAS Con 303 1ge _
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GOLD CORN 3C 16c Jar Pkg.
GOLD CORN 17 e '
'12 OZ.CAN 300 Sh..t 16
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WHITE HOUSE No. 10 35c
APPLE SAUCE 350z. 2Se ; Callon t VIRGINIA
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and continuing National Outlook I

THE DlATTAHOOaiEb TRIBUNE Outlook son see IIInIeUI ??'
Published etch Thursday at 15 S. Madison Street t By George Hagdom "siesta but grievous WWdt 'lit
A John H. furry I some other name Ke already The thirty day aariovttMralweather up awer."
ESTABLISHED 1901Qulnry INCOMES: roucr1 NEW 1 have an approach to such a pol. outlook far the month of. 1. Where Is III'I Florida NAME FOB I'RI'Eo"ACE Icy m the Administration wage.prim -, October for South Georgia Southeast found in Die bill,' 1
Alabama and Northwest
guldepostsWhen 2. Who is the author
6.eocd CloM Po.t
One Year $3.00 Two Years $S.SO Six Monthi $1.75 Thi Organization for Economic els hope we have some clearerthinking Bureau Advisory Agricultural. book
Cooperation and Development, _1 I to guide us than Is contained Meteorologist Tifton, Georgia Oclober 4, What king .
helped ,
J, L. HutrhinsanMr .. ... ...... Fubhiher 1, 1964Temperatures: ( I p" v
tnt'M-nutonal !body of which the I In the OBCD treatise
Either Subcrr ::=::::::..:::: .:::..::::::.:..........,...,.......:...... Editor 11 U S. U I IIIIII1t"r. recently issued,, during Octoberare these words"Anawwers
>an Carman .... ..................... Ado.rtiainp and NewapRIDq 1 Us second report 01 pnlide. for expected to average near to BIb!" \enw
price stabtlltv An earlier report normal over all of the TrI-'itateI 1. Proverbs J IS, 1.
dealt with policies lot rwtrainingHK I Agricultural Area Dally mean 2. Solomon.
\ inerrant and this one dealt otlKal temperatures will average between 3. Something ol s gantr .
ATIONAL EDITORIAL 0 with prices profits, and other oar 64 and 72 ilegrret Mash rractiflnl ttvlnc r
wan IJI<'om..*. 1 ,mum temperatures will average &. ifescklah.
U:11t" DE piss onI'I'pIIIiI rrflert! chieflythe II I from TT to 84 degrees with aftfr-'

rP, O eonrprn of the European na- uJin JJ noon temperatures reaching 90 According: to the Oil Fuel ; .
NO Infla degrees or higher on 1 or 2 aft
lions with their mounting I lute of Florida resear "hers
c43jod lion although reference It made moons. Daily minimum temperatures I perfected modernization I k tstuutlt H
to the exprrence: of the United will. average between 52 j in substantial rrd I Jr' or '
State In Europe the effort to By Boh and 63 degrees with temperatures I consumption! ol heating oil 'n
lessors price itablllty hu taken falling below 50 degrees 2 or S I burners of all ages
40 Percent Freedom Won't DoW !hi' torso of 'Incomes pnliry" This Prosperity and automotive sales mornings away from the kiunod .
are ao closely linked In America
rather vague term refers to governmcnt late coast
intervention by admonition that tt I Is difficult to tell which Rainfall during October will
# seldom slop to think of the labor union ai the or by regulation or by comes first range 3.00 to 5.50 Inches over the Floor Covering

moat un-American organization In America. But right varloua subtler form of pmawre This year, It terms that automobile I Trl-State Agricultural Area. Rainfall I
now, when we are being asked to name the man who In the private wase-prk de manufacturers are working U expected to occur u showers Including Formic*
terming medniniim. on the theory that sales. of on 4 or 5 days with one or two
will be our President, the man who will represent us new models can be controlled by period of general rain. Inlaid Unolcum rubber,
in Congress, is a good time to do so. To Appmw Psion advertising Never before hu Sunshine during October U expected viayl corlrCounter
The labor union is the only In A report released In IM1 by such faith been shown In the promotional to average (S to 70 percent
private organization
the OEEC (TiredccriBor IB OECD) effort of the major of prnsible with one or two
this country that can compel membership! Th. veterans' lad caused tome eyebrow railing companies. periods of extended cloudiness.Soil I Top
organizations cannot do it The fraternal organizations b> concluding that while wage temperatures during the I
which Is introducing
and offices across the And it is could be and have beenan
country. senseless Work
a Increases next 30 days will continue slowly
cannot do it The Church cannot do it Only the labor the 1963 eutoa has never
of Inflation,
strike. The UAW has publicly stated Its satisfaction independent cmuse volu11J'owrv. downward reaching average In
been -
union can do it In those 30 states that are withoutthe the name was not true of business the mid 60 s at the lour Inch level
with GMs economic offer. It ls bard to the er, the methods have been provo
protection of a Right to Work Law I In those states escape con. pricing pobdef This exoneration en. More than ever the printed by the end of the month All Types
elusion that the strike Is nothing less than a demonstration of business made labor union
where there is a "union shop" operation, a nonmember page Is being used to Illustratenew
of naked union to get something out ol around UN world unhappy and apparently It Is really funny how little
more models. Again national companies I Expert Installation
must join within thirty days oi his hiring or be fired General Molors.Let' the new report U Intended are putting Increased emphRnls valve other people place on your
from his to appease them by pointing I time.
job. hope that Walter Reuther's "a la mode" strike out ways/ of regulating prices on advertising in local I I

Thus, the labor overlords, the Meanys, the Peuthers, won't give the country a nasty attack of economic indi: 'and profit media Ten years ago when some auto-<< Those who make straight AI In SHE FER-BLITCH
. the Hoffas, the Harry Bridg.s and the rest have an gestion. That report Is equivocally worded modes firms experimented with high school are not always smart I
avoids .Lelia
and carefully .i'.i1.
: nounced their determination to destroy Right to Work any throughout firmly stated recnnunendations the concentration: of advertising students JI"" QUINCY noaloaBUSINESSMAN'S
laws In the 20 states whose citizens this free It. It to metropolitan media a drastic I
; now enjoy As we read seems decline in sales followed Near- The tint fruit of a religious personality .
; !say that there is probably no wry the Industry that I Is an honest Ufe. I
disaster taught
dom.The QUINCY economic for controls
case --- --
Bond -
o means is simple and specific. AU that U required nt profits and price\ : but that I advertising could not be divorced --
: Is repeal of 44 words of the Taft.Hartley Act the men controls art unavoidable from the local dealer A advertising trend I
back to local
i famous Section 14b( ) which says: "Nothing In this Act CALENDAR OF EVENTSA since wage restraints are necessary followed'
would not accept
and labor TIME
:. shall be construed as authorizing the execution or application them without. parallel restraints One company which Introducednew & TRAVEL

of agreements requiring membership in a labor Community Service by the on profits and prices. thousand models newspapers In more .than coveringthe three!

oragnizatlon as a condition of employment in any Stat. or (Don blame this column If communities. of all Its local

Territory in which such execution or application is prohibited Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627-851S OECD other observers document differently interpret the It dealers, was nnce a chief exponent I trI

by State or Territorial law" really I III a thicket of dmhte-talk.l of centralized advertising. fp

These are the words that now stand between the Thursday, October 8- Canning Center 8 5; Florida Thin Is a peculiar )position for A no company other medium official could explainedthat show

: workers of 20 states and compulsory unionism the words Stat. Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St. economists? working party to take.of International One would the "exciting new styling of IMS

that hold the promise of voluntary union membership have mnuKht that they would to so many people ao effectivelyas
Friday, October Alcoholics Anonymous and AI-Anon the local newspaper In this
throughout the nation and of full stature CM free men for Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; and exert unsound themselves economic to correct reasoning biased respect; the wiling of automobiles <<

all Americans.But Canning Center 8 5; Pilot Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson nstpad they have simply shrufKed Is no different i from other
retail And In either
selling case
they are also the words that stand in the way House; Air Force Recruiter, 8. 12, Post Office. their shoulders and gone along prosperity in the local community
of Big Labor's complete control of all the jobs in American with It may be created through'newspaper

Industry. Labor bosses are therefore determined to repeal October 12Kiwanis Club Double Talk advertising
Monday, 1pm., Jefferson I
this section of Federal law. Labor hopes as Al CertaWv the pnat-war exper-
House; Canning Center 8.5; Social Security Representative fence of the U. S., Britain and KARBEX REPORT FINISHED
Balkan, national director of COPE the AFL.CIO political 9:30 a.m., Courtroom Courthouse; Girl other countries with. direct price The Warren Commlsslno has

machln., says "to not only elect a friend in the Whit Scout Troop 148, 4pm., First Presbyterian Church. controls Illustrates abundantly given President Johnson Its re-
House, not only elect our proven friends in the Congressand their dlitmrtng and growth-sup- pat concerning the assassination,
efterln the
pressing on
the Senate but in elect 20 to 30 economy. contains "the truth as far ai it
in addition n.w congressional
Tuesday, October 13- Canning Center, 85, Rotary But the OECD reports seems to can be discovered" according to
friends and three four senatorial friends wohhle back and forth In Its attl-
or new Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge 8 p.m., Chief Justice Earl Warren, head
and get rid of that union.busting, union-smashing,14b( )." Masonic Building: Gadsden Emergency Net Trim. tulle In toward the price government field Intervention of the seven man Invest!gittng

The task of the rest of us, in this and every other com mars 7:30 p.m., Club House Shadow Si Thus at one point the reportrecagntaes body. Business men rely on long distance service to

munity, is likewise simple but not easy We must that a comprehensive as help cut travel time, stretch the business day,

first make sure where every candidat. stands on 14b( ) Wednesday, October 14- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., and detailed strict system of broaden communication and at reasonable cost
tries control in the epee,
and Right to Work laws. And we must then work to Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Klttrell's Restaurant, Is neither practicable or destr- Use 'long dlstance-a key business tool' for you.

elect those who will defend 14b( ) and who will fight for Exchange Club, 1 p.rn., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter able. But then a little later:

the freedom of voluntary unionism Post Office; Canning Center, 8 5. "Some supervision countries cannot feel be that effective price

Thursday, October 15- Canning Center 8 5; Florida unless the government ls known "s1'ues.
to p*was 1'I'Sf'fpowm to In-
Honors "Treasury Watchdogs"A Stat. Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert Street ervene In the last resort"
Inflnllon tins been dormant here .
Congressman's philosophy of Government is revealed Friday, October 16- Alcoholics Anonymous and AI.Anon or some years but If and when Quincy Telephone Co.

mare convincingly in the record of his votes on Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Can. It'( wakes. up we will probably hear
'lucuiwlon of U. S. Incomes
measures to spend and measures to save than in his ning Center, 8. 5; Quincy Woman's Club 11 a.m., policy" almought a perhaps under

campaign speeches In fact, the latter may even have Woman's Club House; Air Fore: Recruiter, 9-12

the effect of covering up the former. noon Post Office.

Th. record on this issue is spread out for all to see Monday, October 19- Klwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson

In the N.A.B. Economy Voting Record in which National House; Canning Center, 8.5; Masonic Lodge, Gads

Associated Businessmen present the vote (or absence of den Chapter 30, R.AJ4. TalMar-Quia Council 23, OnlylTcars
a vote) of the 430 members of the House of Representatives Social
8 p.m.. Masonic Building; Security Represent
on 20 key issues in which the 88th Congress was olive, 9:30 a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse; Girl Scout (and they're all Fords)
confronted with decision to spend or not to spend.
No. First Church.
Troop 148, 4 p.m., Presbyterian
The study shows that 98 Democrats scored zero In offer all these

economy and 186 racked up 20 percent or less while onlya Tuesday, October 20- Life Underwriters 12 node, Kit-

single Republican scored less than 50 percent. Eighty. trell's Restaurant Canning Center. 8.5; Rotary Club, excitingnew

three Republicans achieved the perfect economy score of 1 p.m., Jefferson House Lions Club, 1 p.m., Kirtrell's -1

100. Regionally, the Southern members were more econ Restaurant. features

that their other 92.5
omy-minded colleagues in sections
October Recruiter 10:30
Wednesday, 21Navy ant.
p.rc.nt of the Southern Republicans and 37.7 percent of I Post Office; Jaycees 12 noon, Kltrail's; ExchangeClub 1drareat..e..1 eocoo.c.1uo9aa.-lawweer.. for 1965!
Southern Democrats Fed.
voting consistently against
1 p.m., Jefferson House; Gadsden County Hospital
eral spending And it should be noted that credit and
Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden County Hospital; You have 17 big Fords tothnoM from
due of House Democrats who
praise are every one those Canning Center, 8.5; Marine Recruiter, 9 12 noon for '65-including. "rioUi LTD end
demonstrated the hold the line for
courage economyin Post Office. sporty XL t-ihe widest selection in
the fac. of strong\ Administration pressure. the popular priced llrld-with futures

Following publication of Its Economy Voting Record Alcoholics generally hide their I'' you won'i find on other can 1 1 say pried

Elton Kile, NAB president, presented gold "Watchdog of drtnttnc and avoid referring to INSECTICIDESSOIL New body-Gas..u.pesiea system
the Treasury Awards" to the 12 Democrats and 153 Republicans It or to SMwatrd nutters. Furl I Result: 1 he strongest, smoothest Fords
fuldeUnea to ircognliing symptoms FUMIGANTS tart built. And the
uiVitheir alb
who voted for and against spending
economy tt tilt Illness write the Florida frame
80 percent of the time. And, of all the countless ceremonials Alcoholic Rehabilitate Program I WEED KILLERS I ,r +, t new body and ii.prn.lnnsvirtually
seal out none and mad ihock.
P. 0. Box 117, Avon
that have taken place in the Capitol over the
i-ark I II New-auiomaiK; triamUiont all
years we suspect that this is the first ever to glorify our Th alcoholic Is typically I a very I = l 3-ipe td-Smooihrr, more economical;
solans for saving the constituents' money! dependent person In all probability SOUTHERNCHEMICAL I =- tsx ihiq the ipred automatics olTrred

The NAB, motivated solely by Its concern for econ his apouM will eventually \ on mine competing("'-.
have to treat him mar like a
omy-ln-Government, is to be congratulated for a worthy child than like a marriage partner I a New 240-<... .a.Blf S..-Cv' yore low

\ .: public service. The voting chart Is clear: <'l1t, unequivocal, rot further tatormatko en :' (.ubilli, high performance. BigxctOrk

: : and In the explanatory paragraphs that precede the chart, alcoholism Florida Alcoholic contact lUhaMtttatkn the State a'I Sales & ServiceInc. lode engine than In ant competing far.

: the pros and cons of the 20 issues represented are fairly Program P. 0. Box JUT, Avon I a.w wv.iwr e i lTp New Has SafetrCanvanUnc( rtolrol yeast
: : and clearly stated. Part. automaik door Inrtj and lights'
I which -arn you when futl'I low,doors
:4 Every voter now know how his Congressman
; may At MarlneUnd ot Florida, the are ajar and remind hat
I j yaw war
: stands on Federal spending. gaff Ictpaall have been Box 3. Ph. MA 74101 bells are unfastened
observed arty Z laid egad I QUINCY. FLORIDA New and bluer trnkGfnerooatunntlo

: The Senseless 'A La Mode' Strike and In their thr mouth! to prevent around them I s tariout tint and kinds of

: from bebif eaten by other fish. luggage ai illutualed..or room tot
.; M.e aw.il /" ",." four big 2 auitrn ei AL
i Upon : =: a I it
concluding new agreements with Chrysler and L".wo.e.s/
CIOtJ"C-- :: .. New
f i Ford, Walter Reuther arrogantly Informed the public that ."S19 -,- 159 III hr.Na.w-< dual front rear eau1a tail
. NATIONAL STANDARD LIFE wagon.-A Ford rxcluuve.Ideal
he would now go to General Motors for the "a la mode" to \ tt.leeewww,hay I.mlhl'l up Ie 15 Seats fold down for

: top off the cake and Icing which he said he got from w"r sass, tn..w fnto I blable rhea .IJ-' below dech.alist -

GMs competitors. In his Insistence to get something presents New reversible ley-Vtorli .? ?.., .
more from General Motors Reuther called a strike This P u..wu,5.MM III' M" which side a up -

. "a la mod. strike could have the same effect on the New interior pacueanest-Uvrr

country's smooth running economy 01 a blob of Ice cream I R tr.nimi".on tunnel,am"...pt bale

tossed into the innards of a delicate piece of precision N O dash.and other interior change mat
machinery. It could ruin the works t L. the nest comfortable Ford. tvf.
The has S w+ G New ana,.,fOol""" liglrlnurnjw..a .
country now enjoyed three-and half years 000Iy III "95W i
""'" .. rear i sated don"'.",. a* ov, and Inienos
of economic progress. Now, with a new model year Just U R i t A real ;
convenience for .
1 dn .
started In the key auto industry, the largest producer U R A ? ? I- o w .1 t Tale a net dri.e-Tba sight Jut..hw i g.

,knocked out of action by Heather's strike The country : fr".....
always gets an economic lift from a successful n.. A M (. : '. result j.snmethR n| y'spy stem
nodeUntroductton Tb... was every Indication that the N M ... 10 see. Ire!. touch Comt laTest ..-.

1965 Introduction would be highly successful. The new

cars are moat attractive Th. Industry again held the line I I C I tlrire T fifrformawce 1

on basic car prices for the seventh consecutive model E N i BESTrEARYETWjijOjfVRD

year. People have money to spend and are willing to G -

spend it No wonder initial sales reports were glowing. I !

Brisk business in the nation's auto showrooms to J. L JONES
Inman- Johnson
turn means Jobs and income for millions ol( people, not Motor Company Inc.

: only in automobile plants but in steel in glass in rubber. INVEST IN THE FUTURE ,

In chemicals in scores oi other industries that seQ SERVICE IS OUR STANDARD 118 West Jefferson St.
goods and services to the auto Industry QuIncy n
Reuther's strike threatens all oi that If prolonged It QUINCY. FLORIDA PHONE 8564354
I hoc mil agitn I-ac tmn tt TN( raa eras co was vs KMSH icvi
will cJbct the Jobs and incomes of Americans U plants J tk: are ry raFAUB ors

) CUUm .-- 1oI"'A AM4 A anuauuwa U\ aJurr.
: ,.. ._..1 "AliI. e11a

GARDENINGIN McEIwee! ornamental horticulturist ] r
at the University of Florida.
These bulbs do best In well'
FLORIDABy drained soil of medium fertility,
Set the bulbs ( to S \Inches deep
Henejr Sharpe, Editor and apace them at various Intervals )
depending on your garden ff
Florida AgriculturalExlnwlnn arrangement *

ftmfo Before planting apply IVi
There are dangers closer horn pounds of ,. 2.12 fertilizer per 100
than the rumors of a distant square feet of bed area Top dress
with additional fertilizer duringthe -
smoke like column of an toml
explosion IJ"OWinI.on when the
plants show signs of needing plant
In fact, the smcike you make In:i food For better flower product I r-
hale white burning oleander trim ton dig and store narcissus bulbs 'I so ..
mlngs strontium can In be nuclear Just u fallout.fatal u every period year alter the flowering I :; :

This tsnt to "throw a scare, i Calla lilly rhizomes CM be'
but It li a Rood Idea to avol
planted now. This la the season
amoke while burning garden de i
available from
when they are garden
bills during the dean! 'em up and I
burn Remember'em up,campaign smoke from this Ivy tall.orl i supply you decide to add Calla 1IIU I b tie. ""la} i *

from poison oak la Just u potrn to your garden select a spot trial
18 contacting the living plants Is high In organic matter and
So beware of toxic smoke and I fairly moist. Set the rhizomes 4
Inches deep and a foot apart. I
you'll fell well enough to begii
an Easter lily bed. Fertilize the plants with IVk I
pounds of 4 7-9 fertilizer per 100
Plant the bulbs of the tall
stemmed beauties at weekly Intervals square feet of bed area. I
until well Into November. Hater Plant
Thi will Insure a longer flowering If you have been 1 looking for 1
plants that will grow in water,
period and adds to the
chances that one of the planting here are some that you can add :
will be at Its peak at Easter to your list: Egyptian lotus, topIcal
time lotus, hardy lotus, floating-
Soil li no problem because HUM heart umbrella plant cattail. bog
grow well In clay, sand, marl or rush horn fern, parrots feather, r
and wild
muck aolls However they I'f'olfllire sweet nag, water arum
moist but welWraincd BOIL rice
The Easter beauties do not u Ilk
lolls that keep their "feet wet, Social Security
Set the bulbs In 3.foot rows
Spare them 6 to 12 Inches apart Information
In the drill covering them about THE
6 inches deep.
The amount and kind of fertil "The social security\ account
leer to apply depends on the sol, number card should never be usedto I
On muck land lilies thrive on I Identify a frnan I I" order to MORNING
04.12 analysis fertilizer, whirr caw a check," Walter Kehoe. District I
on sandy soil they need a nitrogen Manager of the Tallahassee
plant food such u a 5-7- Social Security District Office,
mixture. warned today. I PLAYED
Easter lilies do best If given I "We have bad several calls
supply of their plant food priorto from merchants complaining that
planting and several fertilizer they had cashed checks for persons
applications during the growing unknown to them who had i r't
aeason! presented social security cards, ,
Since: moiwlc disease Is a very as their only means of identitlca- f '
eerious problem In lily production lion t ," Kehoe aald "Let me point c +ct
_ be sure the bulb you plant are out that your aortal security cardlearly t ,
from diseaae-free planting ktork states 'Not for identification
There are a number of true ,' and persons accepting asocial
lilies that can be grown In Flor security account number D4A
ida. The one most generally Lard as a means of pt'nona1ldl'llt. i *
crown Is the Jrdion Easter ification do so at their own risk." : > (
lily type of Kehoe went on to point out that ,
This plant hiss a range of bloom properly used the social security I .
from December through June. and Insure the person to whom I
Another variety, UUura philllpplnense t belongs: that he will receive
flowers in August and toll credit for his earnings under
September! By making a succession octal security. Them earnings I ,
of plantings gladiolus etermlne the benefits payable at
flowers can be grown In your retirement' disability, or death to
garden every month of the year the worker In order to receive I
roper credit, gtng I
>arrl."iins o work should aWPf''I to
Narcissus plantings: made now la mplnyer and make sure that I
will flower better than plantings ill employer and make sure that
made next month or in December : number from the card. I, .
The flowers are aim known I "If you have lout or misplaced I L-.4.
as "daffodils" or "jonquils"The )tour card, do not trust your memry I
large trumpet varieties and You can secure an applicationo '
the paper while narcissus are best replace your card from any :
suited for Florida says Dr E. w. mal security office or Pont Of- 1
lice," Kettle pointed out. "If you I
build chance your name'N&' have
in application form for this pur- |I THB CHURCH FOR ALL
READY MIXCONCRETE tree A representative from this
rffice will be at the Courthousen ALL FOR THE CHURCH This picture will always live In my memory. It was Sunday morning, and 1

month Qulncy from every 11:30: Monday a.m. to of 12 each noon,I The Church la the greatmt building was about eleven years old. I was on my way to Church School when I met Tom
earth for the
factor on
10 assist wanting persons other In Information filing\ a claimr oat of character and good Snyder. It didn't take much urging for me to join him In a fishing expedition

(coring social security matter citiienship. It is a storehouse I had always thought it would be fun to play hooky It came as kind of a

CONCRETE EACE OORrS NEW AIDS "I j t 'iilw" of a strong spiritual church value, Without neither shock that it wasn't. I was downright uncomfortable, sitting there with my 1Ur 1

Peace Corps director, Sargent democracy nor civilization line dangling in the water I kept thinking about how nice our Church Schoolteacher I

BLOCK !buyer has announced that and Dr. i' can survive. There are four had been to me, and about how my parent would be looking for me
Abraham Carp, a psychologist sound reasons why every
Air Force personnel specialist haspen person should attend se'rvicea in Church. And pretty soon I found that inside me I was wriggling.

ap doled his duties manpower October ctiielIcginning 5,. regularly and support the I think that's the first time I ever realized I "ought" to do anything. Idlll

Oakland Dr.rung Carp volunteers will be in to charge staff Peace at ae- own church.aake.They(2)are For: (1))his For chil his \' catch a fish that morning, but I did learn a big lesson I learned that

Products Concrete ores projects. The\ Corps Is now'presented dren's sake. ((3)) For the sake there is very little honest joy in doing something you shouldn't be doing. I
CompanyAllen ( In 48 developing na- of his community and nation and ourselves and that we can't
God to
Bottick and cms of Asia Africa and Latinmerits. ((4)) For the sake of the church learned that we have a certain duty to ,

John Thomson I itself, which needs his moral be happy when we turn our backs on It.

Phoat MJUa MOM The effort to secure selfish adantages and material support. Plan From then on, my Church School attendance was 100%. Now that I'm older,

I termed explains_ 'pI1l tiCl.much"__ _of_what to go read to church your Bible regularlyand duly. I try to maintain that same record. Sunday means the Church to my family.

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Forbush-Cohron Bible Study Party Follows

WOMEN'S PAGEPersons Vows To Be Said. Class Meets CookVentryRehearsal

I On October 15 Mill Louise Quailerman taught

the New Bible study "Covenant
baring Items of social nature are urged to call Rhode taken Following rehearsal of the Cue,.
The Rev and Mrs C. E. For Community by Don
Mr* May & Richardson at MAin 7.8503 >uh of Milton announce the en- tram the Book of Exodus, it iVentry part was wedding given\ Saturday at Klttrell nigh s
"""'AA ..." "'K'AA'.JWOOJWVIOI'- n.; OTCement and approaching marriage he BiWo study dan which met dining mom by Mr. and :Mm
of their daughter, Patricia Nate
w Monday afternoon at three thirty, Venlry assisted by Mrs Levter
Ann, to J. George ol .
Phil Spears Mr. and Mrs Ferret and Cohron won ockxk at Presbyterian Fellowship ,I Gatlin, Mrs Lawton Schorr 1
Mr. Mn Jesse W. Cohron
Klttrell, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Bent a. of Penncola Hall. 'and Mrs Allen Paul. Flower* n
ly Mr. and Mrs Fred Moon, Mr Following this the general autumn shades were at ferJ
Miss Forbuiih Is of
and Mrs. M. K Chestnut, Mr. and a graduate
held with the m..t'j Dolnts.
-t Milton High School Mr. Forbush InC was
Mrs. Allan Paul and Mr. and Mrs 7 graduated from Pensacola Tech Mr*, fount May.. Jr. '' I' Centering the tablet, which' were
s Lawton Scnofiold. and attended Indiana Institute of Mrs W. 'F ort, the outgoing covered by yellow linen !rte) ha
{ For her wedding trip the bride T.jchnology In Fort Wayne tor secretary, read the minutes Mrs. were arrangements of marigolds l
was wearing a light green two treasurer and other flowers
two J. W. Woodward, out going dairies ranging
piece suit with a dark greenlacket yeanThe wedding will take place at made her yearly report and :In shades of yellow, gold and
1OCf'MOI'Hlr\ .
and beige ? 7 o'clock Thursday evening O coo turned her books over to the new bronze
corsage was a white orchid from Iu' ober IS In the First Apostolic treasurer, M.... U. D. McMillan. On the piano was a bride and
her bridal bouquet. -nf Church In Milton AD friends and Mrs. R D. Woodward. Jr., the groom encircled with Ivy.
Following the wedding trip the relatives are Invited to anent new secretary read the minute Chicken! salad sandwiches fre*.
couple will be at home at 723 W. from the mectinfc of the new officers rents, cake squares Ired In hn In)
Washington St. which Will held Jilt Monday design and punch, carrying! *' t
Out of town guests were Mrs Luncheon For morning al t council meet the color scheme and coffee wsened -- *
4r Harry Stephens and Mrs. J. C ,
Kent Dothan Alas Mr. and Mrs Miss Cook ingMrs.. Lanier Rlrhardton. one of: Thirty five guests "were Inv 'nj
Mr. and Mrs. V. Including the weddlrj party f ivlly
O. H. Whltehurst T the program chairmen announced
e a Pltrs. John N. Boggs. Panama r y f Miss Linda Cook bride elect that Miss Louise Quartet-man: and out nt town visitors! hfrt
qty; Mrs. Ted 9mm, Mrs.Leo AA and her attendants Miss Dolores, Bible teacher M.... Allene Can., (for the wedding
Miss Violet Cook The groom presented his attendants
Rimms band and
leader 01 prayer
Id Mrs. W. Polder, J. D. Conk, Mrs. Perry Miss Janice Euhanks Mn ley pastor aid' with sterling silver key
4 { tI Martha' Parramore and Miss Mr*. T. M. Cumbie.
Lillian Duughtte, Mrs. G. W. Ford. on Personal rings.
her committee
1' y M1 Charla Whllehurrt were honor were on
,a Mrs. C L Hanstord Sr.. Mrs. C at bridesmaids faithand Family We
WI/I guests a luncheon
L. Hansford Jr., Miss
at the Jefferson made by Mrs
Medlock Houne Oct 3 given Reports were I
1 Mrs lansford Mamie, Mrs.Ayers Clarence Mr.. Mamie by MM V. O Pita and Mrs. Dim May Mrs C R. 9111"', Jr. BATON
Edna Cone Mrs. Erin O. \\hllehuret of Panama City on Church Extension Work,
Green Mrs I The table wa lovely with an announced that Presby
Weston, Mn Billy Hatcher' MJIII It wan
Vivian Feat-mind Larry Ford of arrangement of bmn/e and white terial will meet In Madtunn at the LESSONS
MiirUnna: Mr and Mrs. Kenneth all flowers. Individual place First Church October 15 es. 16.
Davis, Tallahassee, Mr. and Mn cards and white wedding bells Those attending will be the president
Wayne Jnhansen. Jarknonvllle and completed the motif I M.... Fount May and District .
Mn J E. Tierce Hollywot' The bridesmaids were presented Chairman Mrs. R. II. M. TtujM by Linda Sharon You
---. a gin by MlM Cook, after which Davtdion Delegates elected to and Robbie Sow Story
the was presented a silver tray attend were Mrs. W R Fort and ..
will k betd
1st Baptist Day by the hostewtes as a memento Mrs. Alvah Bryant. Several othen KnUtmlloB Ort.Wr II Hi .
01 the occasion attend the meeting
plan to
.'.1..." at t.tnda Skinmkm '>
WMS General Also attending! the lovely af- The Women of the Church ex- ..H RIM
*. SI 1.1111. .1.
Mrs. William Franklin Ventry fair were Mn Hlcey Cook Mn prettied appreciation and pride (IIIMI will bests iMMtltr.
Meeting HeldThe Leo Ventry Mn J. K. Conk Mrs. in the faithful "work rendered for I, after r ...r.llon and will"

Miss Linda Cook Becomes BrideOf Harold heels and Mn Bill Brick- the Lord through the organizationby kt belt .. ..t...., *f ....
I of Day er. the out going president seems'tarp wrrk unless .tk.rwlM mtlHit ..
general meeting and treasurer. Tvllhm will k. II.... ...
\V M S. was held at the church
William Franklin Ventry Monday October 8, Mrs. William Quincy People GuestsIn Birth AnnouncementMr. Into
In the absence Tallahassee
Crouch presided MlM Vat fartktr l.form.llo.
Mine LlmU Conk, dmighler 01 r>f the president; Mrs. Earl Scho- Theresa Ann Larsen Mr and Mn Allan Bootick. and Mrs. Calvin Curry of rail !.!.<. lk.r.l .( i: .-."

Mrs. I Ilicey L Cook and Ih late, AtlmlinU field.Mian Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Larsen of Quincy announce the Mr. and Mn. Allan Bosrick Jr, Gainesville announce the birth of .r R..... ..... It SST-ST4T.
Mr Cook of Query. became the Mina Dolores Perry was maid Sarah May Love gave the Mr. and Mn Harold Kinsman a daughter October 1. She weighed
bride of VMIIIain Franklin Ven of honor She wore an apricot Call to Proper and read Scripture engagement of their daughter, Theresa Ann to Homer B. and Mr, and Mn. Norman Mrs six pounds and 15 ounces and IIoik (trll sea ...tor* .lNiltoHl
dress 1.9 '0. Hirt Jr., of Mr. and Mrs. Homer B. Hirt of Chatlahoo- lillan ..<.. Twlrlluc Ai.wUtloB. .
try, ton of Mr. and MIN, I/eo In cocktail length designed from Phlllnpinns : ton were dinner guests of Mr. has been named Margaret May
Ventry of Quincy, Sunday, October with a bateau net kline and Bill Brtrkcr made an announcement chee. Miss Larsen U a graduate of Quincy High School and Mn. R. K. Shaw In Tailsws Cary bans .nnnt t*
4 kt 3:30: p.m. In pre !First bell shaped skirt As a headpiece about the f.imily night! program and Is presently employed with Ford Motor Credit Company pe Saturday and attended the The couple has a son, Alex "..'. ".. U k.l.. Iwlrllllkm
she wore an open crown beginning In the church on football game. The occasion was 'who Is 3 old. ad w MtrrM tropklnmt
BaplM The:; Reverend Chuixh. Thorna .;. Cut. with matching veil short while Wednesday nights. in Tallaha..... Mr. Hirt .U a graduate of Chatta- In celebration of the birthdays I Grandparents years Mr. and Mrs ...dnlsa\ ...l..l IwlrUIn

ton perlnrnied. the double ting gloves and matching shoes. The minutes of the September hoochee High School and Florida Southern Colleg. He of Mn. Shaw and Allan Boettck Frank Smith and Mr. and Mrs *.

ceremony. Mn Rill K. Bridie The hrldeimalds, Muss diarlaWhitchurst meeting were read by the secretary served on active duty with the U. S. Navy during the Sr. forace Curry all of Quinry.

played the traditional wedding cousin of the bride ol Mn. Alton Towles and Korean War and Berlin crisis and hold a commission as

marches and soft music before Panama City Mlas Janice Ku- the treasurer's report was given lieutenant in the Naval Reserve. He U currently associated
the services. Larry Dormlny! was banks of Quincy and Mn. Bill by Mn Cordy Ma8III'Y The Or
with his father In the automobile business in
soNM. Parramore, brides matron ol rte count was won by the/ Row
The bride, who was given In Quincy, wore dreamt Identical to Cox Circle, Mrs. G. O. Barnett, Chattahoochee. The wedding will be an event of November
marriage hy her brother James the maid of honor with matching' chalrmnn.Mrs 6 at 4 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church in Quincy.

Klnnon Conk Sr, wore a gown 01 head piece and' arceiuorlcs Frank Whittle's Circle Photo by Photo Studio & Flower Shop
The groom s fnlhcr, Leo Ventry, .
Ivory while satin Late applique h j UhxnA nt tie program the
a ''' v.
end wed pearls outlined the scoop nerved an bent man i being; "O yhip.: the
topic Mrs. Bertha Ilopklni Miss Tela
The uithers Pill Over
neckline of her dims which featured '
Thiwe taking part were Hospital Report .
King" tha and Henhell
Bill Rlchburg Qumey
hack fullm-Ki and terminal street Fort Depntilt Ala.,
Mm. Cary
the program chairman Havana Mn Emma Mac
Parramore, Rli'hard PHrramore. ;
H In a chapel train The long Crouch.
sleeves tapered to Vila points .1 Roy Downs Jr. and Bobby Cox rianklln Mn. M., D.Mn Walker William, Mn. CarlEdwards "mI8 lon_ Sept. 29 through \eely Oiartahoochee and Mn Mary Sherrod,
Mn. Nlza Ann
of Quinry October I. Mn. Katherine
the wrliit. : Rog
Miss Sara May Lwc
The brides mother rhflll4O' for Hoard, Brinson Ga.; Billy Joe
Her bixirfanl veil of silk Illusion
and Mn. John McAfee. en, Mrs. Mary Maiisey Benjamin Shiver Onalacha: and Willie Jefferson -
her daughter' wedding a maiivehcpe
In the with
wss caught center aallk
,' sheath' Brett with lace over The program wan concluded Flournoy Mn Lois MiPhervm Day, Gretna.
toll! She carried a while ;
Mrs. Cary Frank Mn. Lillian Payne, Charles J 1bone.
irrcmiorlen with by
F-'Hff' centered with caltleya blunts and matching prayer
a or-
ehld. h Her rome! was a lavendir or Un. Ilubhard Wllliston' Dnnlel Mn BIRTHS-: Mr. and Mn. Terry
'hid. Carolyn Johnson 0. F Wilson' Johnson, boy October 4. I ,
The mother of the groom wore a Mrs. Fade E. Rixtd. Master Robert
WAlCH' FOR tight blue brnrnde satin sheath Tuesday Study Bradley Joyner Paul Flour Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Bryan
with matching acrewwrlea. Her noy and Mort Bates Ill all of have as guest her mother Mn A. I
corsage was a white orchidMn Club Meets Qulncy; Mn. Annie Reynolds Jim Jaunt of LaBella YVl ah i. ,

Conk entertained with f 4ki'rr
f BIG 10-DAY reception at the church followIng Tin Tuenday Study Club mefhr
the eeremonv. the first meeting: of the new
Mr. and Mm Guy A. Race greeted club year I this week. Following
guests at the door. Mn. JamesK lunch at Mn. Arthur Corrys a
Chok Sr. Introduced guests to short buxIneM _lion was held
ORIGINAL. I he receiving line. Dim'ling Mn. W E. Woodward then reviewed d
guenlft from the receiving line to the (honk "Stury Hour,", r
he I'I'C1I1I'.hle were Mr. and by Sarah Hendrraon Hay. n&I

Mm Harold Bcvls The new officen are Mrs Arthur
The hrlch!'. book was kept by Corry, president. Mrs Horace
Mn Wayne Jo hanaen. the former "
Curry vice president. appointed
Ida Sue Klttrell, of Qtilm-y. program committee eon Your n&i
The bride table coveted with inti of !Mrs U M Llmtiey. Mrs.
while t'ul'II'OI"1I linen tnlile cloth
a John Thionxin and Mrs. W E. I
was' centered with a faur-ueted
with four Woodward.
ARTS TIIURSOA'f miniature wedding: wedding I A silver The club win meet year around, : $1 .99
OCT.1stV candelabra arrangement was fea- Ube first and third Tuesday each
cored at either end M.... James month and not discontinue meet ih Knitsdeserve
Williams and Mrs Gene William. ifti In the sunnier at hereto-
AMERICA'S GREATEST cousins of the bride served Uie tote.

DRUG STORE EVENT cake. Mrs. Jack Scarborough of Talks ,it ue
The rcfmlunent table was Wail aiu e ass a gueit at tin club. I
'::anart sroeCt tiM with a silver punch howl and
liver candelabra arrangement I
t4UNOIlEOS Muting punch were Mm HarriettlullMinion .Woman's Club e e e e e e 'u

and Mill Janice expert
Of PRICE Tourney. Silver ("compote held Board Meets v.I.r.
mints and nuts and tliene were
1NYICROUCH'S served by MlM Susan MiMiennn I The executive board of me ) Sanitone : fashion '

and MlM Cheryl Anne Walsh Miss QllhK'y'l11an's Club met Thurs k s ;
Alice Cannon and Miss Carol llol day morning at ten oclnrk at' Drycleaning drama ,
mnn. tie club houiie with the president, : \
Mist Vliglnla Fain played soft Irs. Clinton Rannelt" presiding
.. music lit the iwepliim.Serving the opened the meeting with prayer : is .
W* know the secret for an
were Mrs. H O. Rookili after which' the minutes were ,,
"*, llatcl 'IVrry. Mn Lucille read by th secretary Mrs Tracy revitalizing their yarns .
M.'hp..II1.. Mina Joan Thompson, llddle TV trwiirer1 report : artwith
I V' restoring their 'luxuriously soil :
In, Cain hlwnnl: Mn Otto was gt\en Other officers and department
Dalton, Mis Jinunv Job 'nn, ( chairmen then reportedSexual look and shapely fit of new. :
REXALL DRUGS Mrs DuralV'>lli and Mn. BuddyJunes. Chairman Mn Lanier That's why leading knitwear
that Inut .
Rlcrwrditrm reported
QUINCY FLORIDA Hoot and !honlcMT were Mr month's luncheon worked out manufacturers, like Dalton of Town &
stud Mn W, U l>Ford Mr. and plcndldtv and that Mn Henry America, recommend our superior

.- Irs.-- -Lea- June..- -.. Mr.. -and-- Mn.. aulk "was chnlrman ol the luncheon Sanitone drycleanlng process for .
meeting for October uid thatremrvnilnns Country '
TIME TO WE HAVE were to be made. thttt knit garments. Bring your > '. \ .. )4': ."If'
when the hnotens eommlttee called knitwear We .
Devoe PaintsDumbing to us. promise you'll .
If I'IU1I'f'Ilatlnnl
each tnmher. I
Fixtures have to he rmtde the chairman ba delighted with the results. .
Complete I.Ins 0'Rulldllli .l* iM r* contacted no later C.an I e . te

d 6 Alroa Aluminum Materials RnoflncC.ilvinlird I II I\\'eHnewtny.I Mrs U, L. Willis\ It.ime Life I

.. Roofing k Sidinglloiuewires I Chairman reported that the pro Black Call
ft be Mn
1f'8mmllid a talk by .NlIoHIfItYtIr.K"IwM .
('ar., Asphalt Roofing 'I R V. Fisher of Tallahassee, Florida t ,
Cold Bond Shretrork Mother of the TPilr.I Black Patent
REMODEL and GyBtum Products !I The Fine Arts program will bea ,
(;oedi k Farm Supplies br Dettoar '
Hporllni ,
1 BUILD Piss Hndrds of Other Itesu Indies Quartette mmpwed of Nary Call ,,
I Mn E. Nash Philpot Mrs. R. R.

BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. I IKInrald Mn Fred, Mn Jones J. D. Warner and ..

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whatever that meant Rut ware i Bridge Club Meets alto Mrs. George Smilherman has
gt ng to have a real. live wed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bevel of I returned from Tampa where she
*BR with a real live bride and i i With Mrs. W. B. Suber lacksonvHte and Mrs. John Dean attended the State Legtalitlv
PAGE groan this Saturday anprnnm tf lake dt>. enroule" to attend Oucus
when Connie Vanslnne and Robert MI'I.V.. B. Sutvr was hole ,
the Uillianis K iiulv, Reunum at Mrs Pearl lirouker of Green
Stewart Join themselves to her Wednesday afternoon bridge \;*lllee Church \1111' Mrs Oscar I Ve Springs la visiting her brother
Persons ge' her In Holy Wedlock and theOiuivh :club Autumn. flowen were atinterest May during he weekend and sister In law. Mr. and Mn.
having tltmi d social nature eat urged to call blears their marriage at points Judge'" and Mn Ben C. Willis Roy BJItch.
M May S. Richardson at MAiD 7503 J p m I had my little blue Preceding the genie she sorted and son lien Willis Jr and Mr Dr and Mr Hunter Rlakley
hold I'I'M.rVIlh nitthe olhr a dessert and Mn Brent Pichard of Tslahassee Jr of St Petersburg were her*
day ai I n. doing some visiting, Mrs James Auman was high visited Mrs L L.lllls this weekend lie delivered (he
and she followed nw nut ol the score winner on this occasion.Mrs. and Mr G. I'. Wood during the morning message at the .Iratlre
car and to the house! Usually! eekttxlMiss Church and will b
hytertan *
Mr. and Mrs.
E. Perry Woodward Madison To HostPresbyterians she will all on the front step and lack D. VriezeIs Sunann Wonrihery and :Miss guest minister hen next Sunday.Mr .

I 4-H Club wail for me So the person thmwsopen Hostess At Bridge Sherry Oandler have ivsumed and Mn A S Itarrtu hatf
Honored 50th i the door and H.ki ii..' in, and heir ulurftes at Huntingdon Colme. as recent guests Col and Mr*.
on Wedding Date News VUwi I loll l the dug to wait "No,' says Mr Jack I I1 frieze "' ai hostess Montgomery, Ala. Ralph Powell formerly of Riverside .

I Prertiyterial will be held October this rix W of candor not tsrt to her Thursday afternoon brklgp Mn. E. D. Davia has returned, l Air Korre Rase, enrage to
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Perry I 1) and :I at the First Presbyterian n.onRt.ltAr ....f.U "bnng the dog cm in, I believe club at her home Autumn flow- tent Madison where he visited Patrick Air Force Base war Cocoa
Woodward wen honored on their longed to Mn. Woodward'i moth-i Church in Madison Thr HOlD MFCTINO shell behave better than you en were at points of Interest. relatives for several days
er. The doverleaf 4-H Cub met at \VIII' 1 Ins Hill trying M figureout dessert
I Preceding the a
William Van Zant, minister game
fiftieth wedding
on The Munroe School after whet she meant!
guest book the
was kept by served
of First was
Jasper, will .
Thursday October 1 at a reception I school. The first order of bust
In the parlor ol the First Presbyterian honoroes' great niece, MIll Laura' teach the Bible study SvnnncalPreskknt.
the election of oIft'naThry
Church from fl\e soul Ann Davis and Miss Susan Wood Mrs R. L. Tilgham ness was men ss follow: PresidentSherjl HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS Bridge Club MeetsAt SUBER & JOHNSONINVITES

II'YfIo'I'Ic\ Hosts and l IwatesiM ward. On the table wher the will deliver message. I Smith; Vic President. Owens Home
were their seven children Mr Presiding will be Preshyterial Karen Ard Secretary-Treasurer,
guests registered, a brans candelabrum ;
O C McOan. Mrs. J. W. Adanu, President, Mrs. E. a Kant. Sharon Dugie; Song Leader Mrs. Douglas Owens was hostess YOU
Mrs. G. W. Jordan and Messrs holding two gold tapers Rev M A. Dunnt of Mirianna Maine: Carroll; Reporter Laura M her Wednesday afternoon
Howard. Perry. Williams and Sylvester with a cluster of yellow rose buds will bring the evening message Woodward; Council Delegate, Jean By Marjorie R. Grepnry.Hwtx bridge club at her home on Frank.

Woodward. Assisting the cascading from the center, was Pastor of the Final Church, Madison Carroll; and Devotional' Leader. IVmiwutniHim ANil Un Street Rand other seasonal TO SEE
hosts In greeting the guests were placed beside an antique shadowbox Rev. Lewis W. Bullard will Janice Gilbert. LAI JR'UK! (HU flowers were at points' of In-
Mn. U L WWII and Mrs Amos framing one of the couple'sbet have charge of the Lord Supper Sharon Bugle read the Bible and Laundry stmvtie, If used enr IerY'tct.Mrs.
Da via. year old wedding invitations. Among the highlights\ of the led the American flag astute 1'ft'I1)811 help to make clothes Joseph Suher won high The World Series
For the occasion Mrs. Woodward On an antique marble top tableIn meeting will be a talk by Dr Elaine Carroll W the 4-11 flag\ kmk 4ikl t reel "helter and stay clean wore and Mrs Huston Rogvn
was attired In a dress of the corridor was placed a taU W. Wade Burley, of Florida Protyterian *- salute. oncer Hnr'nlaken frequeiitlj held !low
navy blue lace with rhinestone copper and brass urn filled with College, St. Petersburg Jean Carroll 1 gave a demonstra- ask question" annul the difference At iimclualim of three pivRresskm -
clips, with which she wore a yellow fug) mums and a sevenbranched He Is director of the Presbyterian tin on "Which Am IV between various itaivhing, agents the ;htmtrai served cake, InLIVING
white orchid corsage.A brass candelabrum I hoktiRg Guidance Center. This full dale. with our rep-' on the market mils and corieeGuesN

profusion of flowers in shades yellow tapen. The new officer will he installed tar 4 II program we plan to workon True startles are manufactured playliig ",It IItit'\ cluhwvre
Mrs. .... Mr
d gold decorated the parlor and Perry Woodward preceding the close of the articles for the home. trio vegetable products. For, Mr Huston Hmrcn. Mmjtnler ,
William Woodward and Mrs. Sylvester COLORON
adjoining corridor The fireplacewas meeting. Mrs. Dwight Coodm-r Laura Woodward many yearn the tidy Rind known: Rlftiardnoi, Mn Frank
the focal point In the parlor Woodward were assisted Mrs.In of Tallahassee' is the new Presto. reporter cow M water starch, but today Smith &1111! Mrs. Thomas Smith.
entertaining the by
guests I
tens President we alas have t Inxtnnt mid waterstarch
Over the mantel! the Wood
Hoke Grant Mn. J. W. ;
fold beautiful ward, Mn. Walter Gilbert andMrs and iwentrotni liquid THE NEW
: chryanthemumi R. D Woodward. Sr. Help Miss Brooks To starchSynthetic /JerJOIII.1 fj
and snapdragon In log with the serving and directingthe I ttlftener are jften
a brass container, flanked on called march but they are a svnthetli -
guests to the parlor entrancewere
each side by all hurricane lamp" Jane, Laura and Ltictle Wed Byron Cox I laitier, than i vegetable Mr and Mn R. A Hush have
of crystal and bra. holding gold Woodward Mary Leila and Penny :product Fhev may he purchase* returned, front l.akl'lIIn,1hf'"

tunersThe refreshment table Gilbert. Diane Adama and Lee.GI'OI'RI Mn Scagle R. Sloan! Muikogee.'Xclahoma ,either in Iprny| CMW or ai liquids. Iliry were'" c-slltsl cite to the death,
was t'Ovt'l'1dVII h an Imported and Bill Woodward announces the engagement The lliind| tiffenen may be ill .
b if hit uncle. Mr .1 1 Wt..h Mi Wcsliiigliouse T\
cloth of embroidered linen and Miss Lelland Davis and Edward: and approaching mnrrutgcof Fluted! with I'lthei 'A'IIMIor midI and Mn lUmh visited his tolled

arrangement Perry Woodward were married on her daughter, Francrile Brooks I water Available. ar' hulh .. uhlr every few days at Miller <(<>*intHmipllal \
October 1, 1914 at Mt. Pleasant o F Hymn Cox If1I01 Mr. and 'stlffenrr which oath out during (Cnliullt C.a.
dragons and carnations In a brass In the Davis home, which ll now Mrs. F. Waklcn Cox, Quincy. each laundering and pl'nna"1IlIIlff"lII'n |
: compote Gold colored punch and which ,ivmsm 01thP Mr. and Mrs. Waller L Tapiwnrf
and MI'LWUllam
the residence of Mr. The wedding will beheld
' decorated ceremony m-t'uiUak have reiumed k
Individual cakes each Davis. Mn. L- L. Willis fabric tlirmitih annul' wanning .P s d
with a gold 50" were served by and October 2 at the Height Cost it the product, convenienceof to their borne after a _k'l
the piano _
, Mrs. R. D. Woodward, Jr., Mrs. a cousin played Mr. Presbyterian Church In Albuquerque Girl Scout sppll'atinand I: ill appearance visit with their son and dwKhter
Mia Annie Morgan sang.
,, J. E. Gilbert Mn. W. E. Woodward Arthur Corry served as best man New Mexico. The couple will :,and durability upon the fabric n-4aw, Mr. and Mn. lull TannanMr.
and Mn. W. N. Davti. Nuts and Mini Mattiette Davis, nowdeceased leave for point In Oklahoma and NewsFriday will govern your choir. of March and Mm R It. Riwliit, had 1
and dainty mint were served served maid of hon Florida on their wedding tripLiving Spray starches aluM seven limN as gueata Sundav her aunt Mn
as ;;
from han oerammed china diahe which lIP ones are ahotrt seven times as Mn. Frank Searcy. Thomasvllle) Len
an aisle for the wedding party Mrs. Pearls. met and dlnnoned their plant f.* l'\fYII'IIjYfl ss dry and precraikedflakra. Mrs. L W Powell. Havana and t1
were Lillian Woodward now the Then each patrol dls-
year ; Their convenience follows Mr. and Mn Olnin Griffith Oli
Robert Graves of Vero Beads. would like tc "
Mason Music cussed plans they the ranker of their cost. The nraslni was Mr*. Illg-
Mis Sarah Clifford Harris, now by Guy R. Wade make whk-ti IncluoVd camping, vary. .
for fiben can (Oth birthday.Mn.
Except rayon, aynttietlc s
of Havana,
MI'L John Boynton crafts
COMPANY Edward Woodward of Tallahasseeand AIR CA8TI.T hiking and working with and I do not absorb molnrur and Roma Morton has relumedmm
14 E. Washlnijton Street Wilfred W. Cohey of University Cantles in the air ire all right\ ,scribe IV leaden then had a court of honor will 1 not be benefited by vegetable Oroa where she attendM a ,
Park, Maryland. I mtil we try to move them There ; starches. Synthetic stand h>w.f'Yf'r. State Garden tub (Vnvenlkn,
We evaluated what each paled"
PIANOS ORGANS Among the guests at the reception -I sn't anything "'1'111VIlh build- I had discussed and mart plan may provide a desirable Mrs. K. H JemlKan Is visiting 04
some who attended the 'lag your hopes and dreams for finish on such fabrics as nylon, relatives. In IVinlnv
were at Glen
Band Instrumentsand for the coming campout Dacmn ( polyester liter), and Mrs J. J
wedding fifty yean ago. A number 'he future, however he sure that a Mrs. F P. Maw and
Accessories of relative and clone friends :you make some provision lor''Julia Orion (an acrylic finer). New Love had as weekend" guests, Dr
called during the appointed noun em. It ll Infinitely true a man Vance Hewert cotton garments which' have a and Mn. Frank P May aid famIly '
Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 congratulate Mr. and Mrs. I may starve to death thinking of a Scribe, Troop 14J resin finish may not need to be of Gainesville
starched but as the finish wears Price of Pelham, Ga
Woodward on this happy occasion :1 bone steak and fine cuisine Mrs. Ira
Open' Mon. Tues. Wed Fri. Too much stock has been pied off either a vegetable or lynlhlllritlffner spent the weekend here ..tMol'
In the promise' of "pie In the EpiscopalChurch can he used to restore iiwie.
4 to < p.m. All T bay Sat Surprise Shower :sky by and hy." For anything rule of the rriap appearance Mini Frmlne Owenbv who teaches

10 he tangible it mUll he reasonable Notes When In dimlit, always' luw the In Orals' spent" the weekend!
For Mrs. Ventry : and there must be provi- waiihlng Instructions which came with her family, Mr end "rsOtrt
with the garment and brother
Positive Protection Ions Hope and dream all you Owenhv
lease but the "somelhlni fornothing" from M. r.u,'. --- Mr and Mn A (I Ilicenn
TERMITES! I Mn. William Franklin Ventry : Idea, no matter- how Mrs Albert Kohnke / pelhnin r.a spent the weekend .
Against the former M si Linda' Cook, was 1 popular It Is, .. an absolute farce w. resume our regular stir Hostess At al their home "here COME OUT FOR
:the honoree at delightful surprise If something cost "Utll," It I*:I dule of evening cervices this Sunday Bridge Mrs. F: H Kmbrv: has returned
miscellaneous shower Thursday -,worth "little." "Air Calli..." are with the Young Churchmen Mrs Albert Koluike entertained from a mctith. visit In Frank
night when Mrs. A. W. Davidson eedcd .. much as "earth.bmnd assisting m the carrying\ of the Tuesday morning dupllmle tin N T wllh relumes She als
I Sr. and her daughter Mrs ones" hut the living In these is I this Important and meaningful element bridge club this week It was visited In Ijiirefiliurg. N rand
William L Parramore f'nll'rtalllI I most difficult The magnitude of In our corporate life of Master' point. game with five lahles! Dude Qty. Us while aayMn FREE DEMONSTRATIONSUBER
ed for her it KlttreU'i Restaurant I he aiie meant nothing. The tostlnn worship. It has been a great Inspiration playing. Autumn flowers were aiintercut Nommn Fain Is attend
WITH The refreshment table was cov ,, of your Castle la everyhlng. to thlR"' ''''' to have, putts, KamKvlches cheeses ng I Stale U I> C meeting In
I r1''dVIlh a white Imported \linen I had the analstarve'' of Joel Fmhrylattn cake, cnikles ('I.ff... and! Ora Tampa this week Kit ll president
I over pink linen and attnctivrtydnmratAi read as well" is he-_ plays Colas were served Novelties were of th. Anna darkest Chap
with a hesntiful arrangement fuNball) and Clayton llamieywho awarded fur prtrea. er In Tallahassee, & JOHNSON CO.
t. II j; i-.riOO ihade of I, ( .....d. is well ai he plays Winner wer. Mn. R. If. Strk k. Mrs. Anne Hartley list returned
tttM-ntT i5 IMMI pink flower The arrangement football to have read the Lessons land and Mn Fred L. May, first, to her home In Jar nnvlIP! after

T.,.... a ...,.hbere lat.ty and ,was flanked by crystal candleholders 'and the Epistle successively Mn. Mercer Bishop and Mn spending sic weeks with her "sis 2121 W. J.ff.non 627-7831
found out confd.ntl.lly, II,.," hom.. containing white candles the last two Sundays, and to .kwh Jack Rl(4isrdnn, aemnd, Mn fer Mrs. (l dl Price and hintand -
... t.nnn.dd.nf, / Vow nxdnl.... and accented by a pair of !love forward to having Bill Newcomb R. H. Route and Mn Thomas .
worry bout thMO d..lruetv. I birds. The refreshment table held Smith, third and Mn .,.lIPr Mn Louise Quariernwn has
Kit M you hiv* your orchltocl *r I (who we hope will read n well as QUINCY. FLORIDA
bu.ld.r, p .
'sure....b.IrMtid' S'..,lumbor.poilllv Wolm protection' nu.* ',and mint and nuts In silver corn-, sons on this coming Sunday alI fourth- --- ----- -- ties In Savannah. r.a. with rel
..unit t.nnn..nd rot stuck Vol 'pries were arranged on the tahle i a m. Which makes me wnrvVr
lh>. lot,.,. ..(.su.rd odd lottIhin Miss Carol Ferguson and Miss what It Is thai/ amainii for a lit-
i I U< of homo.Wrtt.
% coat s now
Jan DeBord assisted In servingthe lie congregation Ilk* ours havinga
w Mil today for guests the refreshment and lot of big: fast, poll vanity!

rUK BOOKLET Cokes. I I football players, far In carets of Gadsden Furniture's Annual FallSALE
I Bridal game and contents were poi our proportional numhen. Maybe I
local lumbei
See ar call your enjoyed during the evening. Kplscopallana: art just a booth
dialer or Post k Lumber Among the guests were mothen nt artful dwlgen after all. as
Preserving Compsny, of the couple, Mrs. Hlcey Cook and In a recent two ball foursome some people say -. and Awble latpiulcs '
Phone 127-1173 I N '. Lea Ventry. I in Tallahassee Mild and Ben Sir our foothill henrs: i
i The hostesses remembered the Duncan won something or other (layton lUnney, Arthur Munme, I
bride_wlan_ ippmprial a gift and an did Lucille Shelter and her Lifter "..,..." Munroe, Bill
partner We dim't know which
McMillan J..tF.mhry.
Newoomb. Craig ,
flight probably championship tin Qulncyl. and T'..y '
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED I but we are glad they won. Munroe (it ft Andrew Rchonl, IHaq
Albany had a one day tnurna- In Sewannee Team ) One tt ,
men on Sept and w. had two
CARS Ife'i emharnsslng nvsnenls ae-l,
winner Helen Taylor and Lucille
before last aftrr -
purred the Sunday
USED PARTS for all makesof Shelfer. we had sent out our custnmiiry:I,
This month there will he tourn-
lime In the
Cars and Trucks rail at tIMI offertory |
meats in Cairo O/-t 13 Bainbridge two'OIun'I'Prsl'
Sunday 114ro4| for
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE Oct 20, Dothan Oct. }1.Moultrle went I
to rarHve the roll.'I.1lun.' Up
BUY JUNCD CARS Nov. t, and at Circle. two hands altarhed respectIvelya AMERICA'S TOP RATED WASHERS
!Stone In AdHe on New 10. So
U22 W. Jefferson MAIn 7.7115 wilds out trophy shelf here Whew a male the boy and(we'll a female preserve holy.his '
t'\IftWII a load 01 allvl''lSprightly -
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anonymity here) that was ::. --- ,
10 march down the link with a : ", """d '
girl close to his own lie .elena ,
anonymity wt will preserve 'MO), | -- .1-- UNSURPASSED No
he balked, and H mote a bit ofpenuariuig ,
to convince him that ; '? ; CAPACITY I
at the I --.e .
the present of a priest -' : >
beautiful Buick'65. chancel Hep and the procession it : MULTI-CYCLE Payments
a boy and girl down the eau ;c: ,
aisle of the nave dUInt rwaa l
Just for you. that they were going to be married PLUSWater SoT r Til
right thea and there Pen r
hap he thought mat me offering' AMERICA'S Rust Proof Warranty

And just right ... gotnf to be given to them Mlhorymoiin. I Safety Lid Switch

: Buick' for 8 out of 10 a up vigorous.. benawe offering they- WE rte i'r. MOST 5 YEArioitfNstXlSSION NovemberModtl

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DM most pleasant lasting rra- MAYTAG Heavy Duly Wringer WASHERSYOUR

Woe. H>s.ever. there was I
Mm fel tux llth Century. .hf* 7
the trevatUng dktum was **l big family size
the won medlrui' tastM tee

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kea>v.4 that diseas esa
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Ow mistytry a medtrin askiadwaene MAKES THE all porccain tubs

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suit many rrpu0>ait subsunrM DOWN easy roll casters
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hold goods personal needs My salespeople are twice u busy
hundreds of useful I Items, for every once our big to Sale gets under
THE member of the family. And way."
our customers appreciate the fact
SHOP FARM that they can save money and Gordon College
still be assured of the same fix
quality they know Is guaranteedby
FRONT Rexall" Military Band

WALL'S Cole Market t BY DOYLE CONNER Sale The was famous Initiated Rexall by Original Rexall Ic In Honor WinnerOn
King Super IOMMISSIONERFLORIDA 1913 and Is considered to beAmerica's
Greatest Drug Store
Wednesday September 23,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREThe Event. In addition to Items useW -
the Cordon
I for all ot the family during the Military College bandof
fall and winter seasons, Rexall BamesvlUe, Ga, won a plaque
American farmer makes available for the best band participating In
way many
have been sharply increasing thel) ive miles to contaminate or dam Buys which are not on the Ic the Industrial Day Parade, upon-
flJlE"IQ uae ot fertilizers In the past fey ge crops, settle on a pasture to Sale Plan, but represent big sav eared' by the Jackson Junior Cham.
JI l ( years, youd think they led the esult in contamination of milk ings. The "2 for 1, plus a pen her.of Commerce, Jackson Georgia.
world In fertilizer lue. ind sometimes sicken or toll livelock. ny" Rexall Sale Is nationally advertised The bands were Judged onappearance
In total tonnage they do lead. In Sunday newspapersand playing, and marchIng -
of course. But, although the Iota Florida is not the only state on radio and television. ability.
tonnage last year wu up by 8.5 with drift problems California "Ai a special feature of our Ic Michael Wesley Bales, the son
per cent to 28 million tons, some las been plagued with them foiwme Sale," Crouch mentioned, "Right of Mr. and Mrs L. D. Bales of
other countries outrank us on a time. Now I note that now we have available for our QuIncy was one of the students
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK TO BETTER SERVE YOU K-r-acre basis. A great many, Pennsylvania has been having customers Advance Shopping Lists participating in the band
however, are far below us some troubles. Many customers prefer the convenience
For crop and pasture' lands the A grape-growing1 cooperative in of shopping this way by If you seek better understand
PRICES IN THIS AD GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY. OCTOBER 11 U. S. averaged In 1963 about 60 the Keystone state alleges many simply checking off the Items they leg of the Illness slrnhollmn, write
pounds per acre West German acres grapevines\ and fruit have want and leaving their order for the Florida Alcoholic Rehablllta.
farms averaged about seven times suffered serious damage from us to flU. There Is still time for tlon Program, P. 0. Box 1147,
that amount.On spray used to clear railroad right- those who like to shop this easy Avon Park, for factual Informal
:-. GEORGIA GRADE "A"FRYERS the other hand, peMlCrelie of-way of weeds and underbrush way, but they'll have to hurry ti on, _
r In Russia was only about one Grapes are particularly III'nsl.
Y fourth the U. S. figure. That's one live to certain pesticides. The
reason Khrushchev U pushing contraction Pennsylvania growers claim total
and purchase of plants damage to their vineyards cannot FLETCHER CO. Inc.IN
to produce agricultural chemicals be assessed until the harvest of .
The need for fertilizers to Increase
w. food production In many 1&66.Kef'p
parts of the world is directly re your fingers crossed! GREENSBORO
lated to population density, prospecie A Washington advisory service
for future population growth reports weathermen are forecastIng .
r4 s and the amount of land availablefor I October will be a bad monthfor
crop production. In Russia: hurricanes along the East
population density Is about 24 Coast NOW BUYING
square mile In the I The present pattern of upper air
Whole25c U.TIr:3 and in Western Europe currents is reapexunble.Crouch's .
around 200.

Estimates of future world need Ic Sale
tor fertilizers run Into huge fig EAR CORNAND
ures. To cope with soaring populations Starting Date
and Inadequate food production
FROSTY MORN HEAVY BEEF STEAKS nations all over the globe Set Oct. 15
will be trying to squeeze every
pound of food from every
acre that can be cultivated October 15 Is me kickoff date
T-BONE < As a consequence, the fertilizer for the traditional Rexall Original
89 Industry is due to become one of One Cent Sale at Crouch's Drug
k tie largest and most important of Store. Considered one ot the SHELLEDCORN
our American enterprises So "greatest merchandising events"of
when it became apparent that U. the year, the sale will again
S. reserves ot potash an Important feature scores of nationally c i.dvertlsed -
fertilizer ingredient were Remit products, on sale
dwindling, prospecting was Increased at two for the regular price of
SIRLOIN .79' i to locate new sources.Like one, plus a pc.vy.Bill .
Crouch, Crouch's Rexall
.1 the a huge few years Iron deposits ago in Its Drug Store, explained, "A penny
Canada till means a lot to our custom-
northeastern eraOur big 10-day Rexall Ic
FROSTY MORN OLD SMOKYSAUSAGE / has come up with the answer. .Sale is one way we can express
It is reported that American our appreciation to these customrs WE HAVE COMPLETE
interests are rushing Into eXPlolta-1 Each le Sale offers almost
tion of Canadian potash. 50 per rent savings on such Itemsas
News pointed out recently that medicines, tollottrlei, house-
: Canadian mendous potash- some reserves 60 BILLION are -

tons of rich ore, In thick layersat SEPTIC TANK
depths of 3,000 to 7,000 feet
FRESH MEATYNECK in an area 450 miles long and 200 SERVICEVACUUM '
miles wide
One U. S. firm plans to tap
these riches with a 60 million dollar .
BONES mine and refinery to turn out TOP QUALITY
5 Ibs.49 a million tons a year by 1968.
Other ventures, some Jointly owned
by U. S, and Canadian Interests FALL SEED and
are Mid to be pushing plans
for additional development.
DIXIE CRYSTAL SHORTENING Improper use of pesticides has
developed some problems for
farmers here In Florida, but wean CLEANED
making progress In eliminating REPAIRED
5 GAR practices that have caused

Snowdrift49c difficulties.Florida uses more pesticides I ,627-8403 S i
than any other state on the eastern
I CO. INC."West
seabnard and Is second only to
5 LB. BAG39c California In volume of produce Nights 627-6868 .
grown and shipped. Yet we have
the lowest percentage of any QUINCYVAULT
Gadsden's Source
state, in relation to volume of Largest
shipments, for Federal violations CO.
of pesticide contamination in food of Supply"Telephone
Cans One of the principal problems
442-2225 Greensboro Florida
: encountered Is drift of a pesticide MAINLINE DRIVE
which is applied on a windy day QUINCY
It may be earned al mud a. .
With $5.00 or More Limit 1 .
Food Order

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IL'.'6:)'.biggest,most beautiful change.There's strik. ride with a new Full Coil suspension system. Fact is,

inn new styling. New length, width and lowness. A if you overlook Just one thing you can easily convince

QUARTERS roomier new Body by Fisher housing an interior __jii__ yourself you're onto a big expensive car hero
that's a knockout.And a more serene Jet-smooth AUU And that thing is its Chevrolet price.

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PEAS 10 CATSUP 3 'Btz. 49c There's lever been anything like it from either side And a higher powered range ot engines-with up to
c'l $100 of the Atlantic. There's new thin-line hardtop styling 180 hp available in the top-of-the-line Corns. How

for all closed models. More length and width ppL_ sporty can a car get? Your dealer's got the
MAYFIELD JIM DANDY more entrance and shoulder room in all models liiijjijjpff Corvair that'll show you.

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New -- 1.1. and Mr. O E: Boring,

Facilities I L Way? iiI I M... Henry Faulk spent the
Going My rJona [sMn .
Now Provided rqBWiIIM weekend In Tallaliin < to At of Miss Annie (A'.J.].v

Mr and Mm .Uric Cook and
Art Foundation .. N r run Sr. lift' Mon-I
children( of MMIO'I1I. G". have
I 1.\ I. at1n' l rite Male United
been visiting her patents. Mr and
Daughtera ol Confederacy Convention
New and Improved fartlltie for Mrs. David CarmanMr
being held In Tamp this.
art Instruction have lust been ..weektrt ham I II the print'knt. *. Doucta** lin ikx Mn
wmplrted by the LeMoyne Art tuna\ laikm Clwpter Lanier Rh hanWi and Mrv Rnmallorton
foundation at itt headquarters 'J.otp"1ft Tall i hauee: attended the r),Mi, 1\t r.ar-
on the comer of Cilhoun and Jef i ', t'11r' w i den dub meeting .ii t ,uit (iv>a. 'ft
ferwn! ttrrttt. It was announced I Mr rest atm John 11xwn.0nh (!sheen bib yent.I ivtavMi
\In "'d I r."I\I. M-ll t In
Way by Rl -hard Purfcett. UnMor ,
and Mr Gmrg" I Rhtr..a rtin
l with Mi and ah H.d"IIIIr
impii -
of toe Foundation
headquarters : .
New Orleans
.-' and \ Jai M- )
hat been \ family *n"> in
remodeled and
tor lawroora designed <:in\1ll with Rev and Mm R R Mr and :Mrs Sylvester Won*
use d
exclusively The
also + Park and urns Ben and lobs "II"t spent the weekend In Bat'tl
new way area for outdoor adjoin wort. a bneze- ir Mortimer na.... Jr. of Piiytnvi. House, la.Arthur .
3 % was a recent gueat ot his parents Corry Jr has n"'u 'ed
The new classroom facilities r 1sr Mr*. Pat Woodward .and chll 11 his "home In Chicago a et'a,
make possible an expanded program t dren of Gainesville have brat visiting '\ling his nairnu, Mr. and Mrs.rthur .
of art Instruction bring offered her parents Mr and Mil \ cw"
at the new Fall Scvrion w Fred May Dr. Woodward spent Mn .\ I n Mayo has left for
which began October tth. The the weekend and they returned IMtfOll1"I''Ia... when. the will
Adult Section of the Fall program horn together Sunday make her I .>ni*. Her Mwr. M...
conMti of four classes. A Composition Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cannon V. C. P'\na' ot Gad: n Ala
i class, under James nt Amerlcn. Ga have returned who ban tea.n visiting here ao-
wriirtit Instructor Is drained home after spending n week with ran N1nuv1' I.. I
for beginners with basic Information
on color, line. value, trxture.
drawing and an Introduction to
painting Stanley Tuplcr will L KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc.
teach Drawing and Painting for mot ,
those with some experience and I Theta. I two, aren't going far tat thpy.... having fun And you CHARLES KINARD, Owner
till employ a variety of techniques an ,ink travelling with Korer Jill as murh fun this Summer .
Including some use of the o> follow ig the suggestions of Purina Pet Care Center authorities Remodeling; Addition.
draped figure. For the more advanced Tik .along the dog's own I bowl which ran belied as his NEW CONSTRUCTION
student George Milton UNFAZEO-qwcaa presidential oandlibU Barry OoldvrtUr crams unfswd by sort outer dint dm\ the for mixing his He will II... an
his Midwest tour. added fvvhng of security from using his regular bowU A sixfootauh Garogi Carport Porch
will otter a course In oil techniques OoMwaUr plaeard grading him on the Marietta. O. stopover during \ r.u
bated on Individual In- is also desirable. Shorter ones k out of your Booting Sldlnij Cabinets
struction. All the adult classes land, and you went be able to short end if the dec
wants off ;t is meet another .. ..'T:1.:1: ef .U Florida Room. Enclosures
will meet once: a week In a three log conditions; (}) they build they hire auditors to try to hidetheir them and the laborers God heir a snuar*
hour session for a period of two and inaraa- wealth with mixed blanket or his sleeping pad too This can b* the dog's bed In the "No Job Too Too SmaU"Havana
strength influence by up figs es them, and all the rent, cheer themselves nr and 'hri* you spend the night After you're aho,,'n it to targe or
months. Inc. membership dedicated to this and double talk. I 1 hoarse and throw all reason Mm a couple of time. ht'U understand and wall take has place Highway Phone 627-8495
' A short course In Sti tdlfry. under ..1'VIt141: they emphaslw loyally They know all the answers and and common sense to the/ lutonia irnlly.
I, Joyce McGee, will consist of to the professional Ideal of can iron out all difficulties whether winds as they are only the personal
f needlework using original i detiRni service to theist and society; they occur In Viet Nam. Cuba' benefits that might poiuubl
of embroidery applique and tap- ((5) they maintain cooperation Russia Berlin Darkest Africa or cone to them as a result ot suit
entry techniques with related prolesnicnal group, la outer space. All they ask to a mad proKJ'lll11.Why .
The Children Section will offer such as attorneys, accountants your' cooperation and support In
Instruction for three different trust officers; (el) they encourageand short your vote Give It and you' rant we haw have hpitnllntlnn .
Why u
DM Zitimann guide young men and womento assured '
age groups can rest not matter what !
banesmedical and
will teach the IIIWIto nine year build professional careers; (T) the cost they will pay the bill minln .
olds using various material Informing they endeavor to build favorable and gladly, with your money care why 'un w* haw a err tor < srin:tact Pt II rreC t aaTlw+attr/'
shorter mork weeks, higher pa)
and public attitude toward the Ideal
and building painting They love their children and
collage. For the ten to fourteenage at the group; (S) thry contribute yours' and haven a worry In the and longer paid vacations? Whyrant
group, George Corln will offer I,to the layman's understanding of world about the burden they might we have all IfMobll'lllllJ1i:1
special problems In space and the sound pain ciples underlying the place on them or what inflation the good Lord. Intended ui !n
I have t have all 0111 t
why can we
depth realization using a number arrvlces they offer Started In will do to all talus as a result of
of materials and technique High 1I2R, the Society membrntilp their wild and reckless spending NOW"Stop
School art for those fifteen yean hu grown to 7,700 located from They tell us the more \I'e give screaming we can hays
of age and older will deal with coast to coast and the annual the more we get the more we' It all NOW U *. listen to oui
Individually oriented problems In addition now exceed 1,000. It la the more w* make and to' friendly candidate. We can haw
drawing painting and graphics. a growing proINIionAlI1'OOP. representing hell th the coat ot living and the everything our heart desires and
The weekly daises for young people the best thinking and day ot reckoning Who cured two dollars\ besides. All we hay. -
will meet after school noun Inert service available the life about our children or our chlldren -I to do to vote for th! right rand
and on Saturday morning Insurance field.Too. children They ran spend data.It. :
Registration and enrollment In themselves Into prosperity just to as simple a* that bell eve e
the Fall program ot classes Is like w* did and laugh off the It or not
now underway at the Foundation Late budget and national debt for what -u-i
headquarters and further Informa they really are a lot of doggone I The greet trouble with hick Ii 1
lion may be had by contacting the To hooey that It often disappears when yui

director Mr. Puckett In person ClassifyBy _And_!the_old fclka,_God_bless need It mart ,_ _
or by telephone 224-2714
AI B. Block, President of the RMeJI oat
stated that "an bn- FOR-
Foundation portant function ot the Le Moyne In an election year politicians The Ford Motor Company introduces an entirely new kind of
Art Foundation Is to provide the 10; stark, staring mad They will FUEL OIL
community and area with an opportunity ell you anything and promlne anything -
to learn how art Is pro to either get in office or Mercury for 1965. now in the Lincoln Continental traditionWhen
duced. Laboratory experiences !stay in office.Desperate .
under me supervision of competent for any argumentthat HOME DELIVERY
trachew are among the best might bring In a vote they (
ways to accomplish this. And we scream, yell and tear their hair '
at LeMoyne are proud of t>* extensive with frantic appeals. They are r' CALL 6278888In
courses and high quality for everything and against nothing '
of teaching personnel we are able unless it happens to be the FL QuIncy
to offer The response to our Initial candidate that opposes them.

effort last spring In our per They love the old folks. God 6632319In

cram of classes encouraged was 10 and satisfying determined bless 'em, our noble senior citizens you first see this one, you may ask,' accurately reflects the Lincoln Continental!

we were to expand and Improve" they makes live In no a difference J2S,000 a whether yearapartment Chotlohoocht I "What car is that?" Mercury is that new.I tradition. See how well the idea works -I J

them for this 1984 Fan Session for a cup ot or coffee are begging on skid a dime row DISTRIBUTORFILL The look is new. Completely. Low, sleek, at your Mercury dealer's showroom todayJbcautifuHy

They deserve anything we do for YOUR TANK EARLY and RECEIVE \ proportioned. The ride is new. \ -

I oLi'ff I them They and love a lot labor more provided It beImgs 50 BONUS S&H Gr..n Stamps FREEI Solider, quieter. The idea behind all this [L 1]I-/1e'ztee'z' J j
Jour to a union.whether It makes /
$2 or $10 an hour and want the (II You Order Before Oct. 10)) I newness is to bring you a Mercury that

working man to get a break They
1Jniurance sit proudly the right hand of I
the labor :and scream tor Justice
and fair play. They smirkat WQ
QuestionYour column Is prepared the television cameras and SERVICEOIL
by the American Society of I yelp into microphone to make
Chartered Life Underwrite Who their poslUon clew.
are they and what does that label I They love America the land
mt'MT of the free and the home of the Inman. Johnson Motor Company Inc.
Answer: This Is a grasp of life brave. They wave the farU1W CO.oT ,
Insurance agents who have qualified their arm ache. They are for MPS
by special study, yean of prepardness, for dHeiue. lor 218 WEST JEFFERSON STREET QUINCY FLORIDA
qualified work and a series of examinations freedom toandthe they will spend our South Robert Str..t I
for a diploma and dollars last penny to In- ON ALLPURCHASES
dndgnation trap the American lUre them. Our dollar, not QUINCY Kl THC "aina CiOtir a..o",r* Moans mGMt. .M lot, *C-TV.
College of Life Underwrite theirs and *om* of the candidate !
Their designation CL-U to have plenty, w much la fact that
comparable to the life Insurance
field to CP.A. accounting They
are life Insurance agents qualifiedon ANNUAL
the score of broad knowledgeand 4 STAR VALUE SALE

the ethical officially requirements.!recognized Theyarc profmslunal * * r\,, * fALL \ * * * * *
men and women of the
life Insurance ules! and service
ranks. Seme of them of course, NYLON DAYTON TIRE
have advanced to executive rank
a number have become presidents II (
of their companies. \
are several profs stdasad characteristics
of these CL.U member: j
(1) they nurture the Idealism of QUALITY STARTS HIGH w
their to dorms and enforce ethical t ek

standards, (2) they foster continuing a s }
educarto.. to keep members -
current with swiftly chang-: I 1 .


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BE"tl'i cnoci Chocolate! \IooPlrl.lqes,45 Prices In this ad are good Family Size 77M
BCTTY CROCKER through Sunday. October 11 Tube C
Fudge brownies P,A71
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14 Oi. rkl. INtlo IJI'* DOG CHOW 79c
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not i-rrtirrly unrelated In ihXher
Fresh Pork ,
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Hams force the Rill upml Iho attentionat
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:' f'Qu.hlY' ill preferment throughpnlituwl
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no ilonplnR pint Hate Inr \\hie
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majoi\ etllra with tromendotu cost
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movement Nm the km*
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will the Ullllum ICptiwa the Jew
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100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON '26 BELOW Pork Brains. L9' 29; laltuw: til ol pul 1Jblk .pnnalhlllly.rtx order ,ant.

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Beef 5 Pork Liver u. 29 '
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Shepard's Meal 5 Lbs. 28c our
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"i PORK LOIN Sliced Lb. 69c tans and Trepan JIM like any*
Robin Hood Flour 5 Lbs. 48c lady ola*. The moot rennnalhl
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net Slut whit DM> whit manen
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and pmarama of the Vfvil
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5. 49/ .." life ire that .l<.nerve ni'eplmn'*..
303 lite nuilurlalliMi' aiipmairi. hafho
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whit nr Mark, who .J"- this
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ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDA n and orvinlutkma, lnrluilin
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14-0 at wronn, af II thai\ are

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Thompkins Rites I Lions To BattleJacksonville In the Service Jackson Heights [Antioch Church : Corn Contest

Held October 2 11 i Recreation News : Lists Calendar Elimination Set

Funeral services for ShermanThompklni The Carter.Parramore Uoni f, Timothy Lane I The Pastor. Rev Nehemlah I, The 1964 4-H Com Show and Ell-1.I
from will host the
conducted Nonvegtem Bowen
was Yellow and members of the official i munition
content will be
Ihe First African Baptist Church Jacket, from Jacksonville, Fri. Midget Football ft-iK to Ope* staff announces that a specialcall I Thursday October 15, IU feki

Baxley, Georgia, Sunday, October day evening 8 p.m. The engagement Today conference will be held, Tues at the Agricultural Extension p m.
All four teams In the Jackson I off.
4, :J p.m. lie died at the Vet. will be the first confidence day evening 7:30 p.m. Includedon Ire Ill South Monroe
Brains Hospital, Lake Qty, Fla., home game for Coach Holt* roar- Heights Midget Football Leagueare the agenda will be plans to Awards will be given Street
to kick off their I'M! every wort
40 September 28. lie ii a log UOI1I. suppose participate In the
10: a.m. Annual Association hy entrant. All boys that have
moved to Quln- The C-P Lion will be football season today dependingon en
native of Georgia, seeking and State Convention tered the Corn Production Contest
the arrival of the other
cy several years ago, was gainfully their second confenence win of the equip. which will be held soon and those having Cora Projects
employed by a local con- young season and the Invading ment As of now only a portion Thursday 5pm. MIll Marlon
enter Interested
Ii here. The first Is scheduled persons
well Yellow Jackets will be '. Ramp
rem. The deceased was attempting If Britt will entertain members will
please rail 627-W45!
to get underway today at S 30 or contact
known In the area He also served to derail the Don express The : and friends of the Sunshine Bandat Mr. Russell II Stephens
at Jackson Heights Recreation ,
during World War II. Jacksonville team are regarded asa pm home Visitors are welcome Asst County AgentHospital
Mri. Maggie treat for the top position In the Park SimmsJackson's Lions Mn Llllle M. Kimble will
The survivors are: entertain
will be the Tigers
playing Sykes'
O1 Big 9" North title have not faired at home
Mm. Neomls of the
Thompklni, city,
and at 6:45: the Businessmen Wildcats I
too well but I I. expected to -
Meal, Baxley, Georgia, Mis give will entertain the Senior Missionary Society Thin
Florence Thompklns Went Palm the "Jungle King" a battle Betsey affair will be held 1 p.m Thursday
Yellow Jackets.
The Carter-Parramore are 1--0
Beach, Mrs. Irene Hall Jacksonville g In conference landing with All players must make the 120 evening. Ida Guff Ads Co 'art
lister. Gaines Thompklni, a Sunday School will commence \\ Mary
pound weight limit by the first
lone fr6 tie with non-conference Knight. Hardv B. Jackson
Miami Joe of New York, and : a.m. Supt Psrthell
Thompklni, Jacksonville Munroe High of Albany, GI'Ol'IIia.Friday lame or will be ineligible to play Gainey in charge. Teachers and Reed Ossie Lee Alklns Barbara
Bully Interment was made In the evening the C.P. Lion this season Any players gainingover ,pupils are urged to attend ''Jean Harper Booker T. LIMnc
SlmmsJack-' motored to Pennocola where they the 120 pound weight limit : Mrs Candalsev Lanier will entertain ton, Dave Whltakcr, Nellie Gee,
Bnxley funeral Cemetery Home in charge, met the strong Washington Hlgi i:i during the season will become In- : the Y.N.P.A. at home. Sunday Quincy Bather Lanier Greensboro
Wildcat plus opposition from ellgiable to play until meeting the at 5 : Willie Munroe, James Kenneth
Pvt Charles It. Murr,, son of weight limitPractice p.m.
hurricane Hilda and a ruRiit'dfield. Walker, Chaltahooihce: La-
Mr. and Mrs, Kaiser Brown ol
sessions after this week
Friendship von Bodlson, Havana
Quincy. has recently completed will be limited to two a week. Graveside Rites !
The C..P. Lion defence got the basic at Fort Gordon Ga
training: Graveside services for Gloria
School NewsThe Jons' offense off to a stunning and I I. home on leave with his Toronto, Ontario The owners Home was conducted In St. Paul Card of Thanks

start of by kicking off to the Wildcats pal'l'ntl. of the Feathercrest egg farm Cemetery, Saturday, October 3. The family of the late Mr.

Friendship Elementary series Washington of downs high After lie received training in leadership I went all out to provide the best The Infant passed at home, lam. Abramar Bradwell, of Midway e r.
fchool ended III first six weeks a with bellesuries physical fitness and other for their 60,000 hens. They provided Saturday, October 3 following a areas their thanks and appreciation
in the
period wllh an enrollment of moving pig akin, the military subjects designed to pre- conditioning, special met illness, The survivors are: to their many friends for cards
several hundred student and one attempted to kick, but pare him for the army career lighting, a sanitary system and Mr. and Mrs Sanders Home, Flowers and other forms of sympathy
and Lion
alert blocked hoot
new first grade teacher, Mn the I lie graduated from Carter piped In music Egg production Gretna. Special mention Ii given to
Hattie Bower on the eight yard line. The C P. Parramore High School In 1963, fell off but they switched from Rev. A. H. Hunter, and membersof
The following students made the .i, Jon* could not moved the ball, ra'k'n roll music to classical I II'. alright to work by a schedule Arnette Chapel A. M. E.

honor roll for the first six weekperiod due condition mainly of to the unfavorable Lunchroom music and production went up 70 if you can keep up with the Church
the field ball
The I
Mrs Cleveland Jerome ReevesMr per cent schedule. Ether Reglln. and family.
went over to the Pensacola and

First Grades Lueinda D. Rob and Mr. Charles Galnou wish to announce the on the first play an attempted Menus
Cynthia Ford, was Intercepted by Rudy Comment from the Capital.
of their Addle to Mr. Cleveland
inson, Aldrich Augustine Owes, marriage daughter, Mary, Stephens. Charles "Toe Joe"

Auphunso Robinson Tony McNeal Jerome Reeves. The wedding reception for the Robinson, circled the right end for MONDAY XTOBFR It EAGLE OR OSTRICH?
Juan C. White, Bobby L. Hopkins couple was held at the home of the bride. The arrangement the first six points- The point Country Fried Steak
Lynn A. Brown, Ronnie for the reception was depicted In yellow and green. after TD was missed. Buttered Rice byVonfN.fY t?!!.
Dickers Julia Safford Cut Beans
Second Grade: The Reeves are at home at 327 N. W. Sixth Street, MiamL The Lions kicked off and again Carrot Strips
the Lions' defense rouse to the I
John Louis Allen Vlrgleleani ocasslon. This time, one of the Tokay Grapes Maybe the time baa come to cent of the names on the ifFY refers to him as a mere "nui
Anthony Frederick D. Black Randolph Conference Set Sunday Rites C.-P. Tri-Capllans, Robert Smith Enriched Bread retire the eagle ss our national payroll ODdb'r an ungodly sance." And the State Depart.!
Bush, Deborah Harris, pressured a Wildcat back and Butter emblem and replace it with an assortment -core left ment welcomed the bearded
Sharon Mlmi, Amelia Robinson, tackled him In the end zone for a Merry Berry Cake (Page 49, ostrich. wingers, sctlvs communist Ked to our country ss a "din.'
Sandra Woods, At Mt. Zion For Mrs. ThomasFuneral School Lunch) After all, iin't It the ostrich party numbers. Chinese Red tmguisbed leader."
Third Grade: safety that bides its head In the sand sympathizers, CsitroiUs and As a matter of fact withoutthe
Brenda Gain- services for the kit Quarterback Roosevelt Simmons Tl F.SOAY OCTOBER 13 when it's faced with a frightening even a Trotsky revolutionary.They continued help! ans. encour.agement .
Beverly Howard, Thursday evening, 7::TO p.m., Urs. Lurlnda Thomas will be conducted hand off to halfback Charles Rob- Tuna Finn Salad situation discovered, too, that of our State Deportment .;
eui, William Dan Glynn, JohnnyE weekly prayer service will be held from Springfield AME. nson, on an Intended off tackle Whole Kernel Corn And isn't that the way more MFY printing facilities were it's highly doubtful thatCsstro
Iiaac, Doris Slarki, Rosalind at the church All member are Church, Gretna, Sunday, October however Robinson found the hole Tossed Salad and more Americans (including used to tarn out inflammatory could have established
L. Williams Willie Aulhony Jr., expected to attend. 11, :2 pm. close\ and alertly reversed the field School Baked Whole Wheat top government offlclsls I ) literature that figured ia the his communist satellite in Cuba
Wayne Dickens Willie J, Ruffin, The regular monthly conferencewill The end came for the well and scampered behind a host of Roll are reacting to the very real bloody Negro riots Who says sot The Senate Inter
Michael Collier and Freddie be held Friday evening 7:30: known citizen helping Lions that threw key ButterCherry threats that confront our nation mat Security Subcommitteedoes
Lewis Jr. Saturday morning, which aided him the the facts in a 12-volume report,
It I la that all blocks along Cobbler by ignoring
pm. very necessary following and extended illness She
Commvnut Threat tIll
Fourth Grade: auxlllarle be way for a TD. The Wildcats came MilkWEDNESDAY and hoping it's all just a bad to UJS
present.Supt. lived In the sub-division sectionof Tlinvgli (A* Caribbean.Softpedsling .
Isaac, Gloria J. Koonre dream that will
back with two TDs and held a they '
OCTOBER II tt'fa'1f
Gwendolyn Sanders, Linda Ann Jesile King announce the city for the pant severalyears. confortable lead. Late In the fourth pretend it isn't the facts and
Waahlngton, Jewel Lee Harrli. that Sunday school will commence A native Floridian, she fullback Hardy Jack. Roast Beef with Gravy Take, for example, the waymoms making reassuring myths out:
Johnny Lee Jackson, Shirley Ann, 9:45: a.m. All pupil. and teacher lived nearly all of her life In son quarter hit the Wildcats forward wall Mashed Potatoes people seem to feel about of ugly realities u the sisjor
are urged to attend. Gadsden County, Buttered String Beans interest of our foreign sffslri
Kenon Charlie McNeal and Eddie escaped through the line and pick Itiklta Khrushchev. It'* become these
Joyce Walker.. The morning worship service Several years ago she joined ed un key blocks from Robert School Baked Rolls fashionable to think of him asa expert For example, we're told that
Fifth Grade: will commence 11:45: am. The John Hope Baptist Church, Doug. Smith, Elton Davis, Cavern Davis Butter shrewd but amiable clo..n'WIth a moderate and conciliatory
Meloncze McNeal, Ronald S. Rev Jeremiah Gee, Sr., will ben lass City, where she retained hei, Willie Ray Smith and Edward Jello with Fruit a secret affection for U.S. policy toward Russia will
James and Willie C Greene charge, Th senior choir and membership, She I la aim a mcnr, Grant went 65 yard for a TD. Milk America and Americans. In turn, lead to a moderate anti
Sixth Grade usher board one will serve at both her of s local Pallbearer order x>renza Hayes kick the extra HIRMDAY OCTOBER IS The raw, naked truth, of conciliatory Russian policy,
Edna Starki, Aulene Johnson, morning and evening services. The Rev, Jim Mnnn Pastor ol: point Creole Liver course, is something quite dif toward us.We're .

Shirley Galnoul, Mary Whalley, The Young Peope Christian Association John Hope Baptist Church will tx Edward "Dead Eye" Grant was Rice with Butter ferent.thst Those rushche who know vis a ruthless sUleflatly told that the doctrine: :

and Willie Rene Threat. will meet at the home of In charge. A short program will I I singled out for the outstanding Qreen PealEnrl'hed Bread and incredibly powerful ef only peaceful to eoeattenoe avoid an alkali is the

Eighth Grade:; Mr and Mrs Jen* King at 4 p, precede the eulogy. ineman Grants playa both offensive Butter Communist dictator dedicatedto nuclear way war.

Lena Threat, Patricia Dickens m. Sunday. Jeremiah Gee, Jr., The survivors areWillie: L. and defensive Robert Smith Banana Pudding the total destruction of our SinN Mobnisatlon for Youth We're told that tbe 8tt.dara'eommunfat '
and Molly Kelly entertaining Thomas, son, Mrs. Ellen Robinson was the outstandman on the offense Milk nation and its traditional way has been! described ai a local empire is iaflimr!
The PT.A. Carnival will be held Evening worship will commence Mrs Rosa Reed Mrs Charlotte Hardy Jackson was the top FRIDAY OCTOBER IISdrool's of life by any and all possible prototype of the Administra sport and an websw*to da ie' I
Friday night, Oortnber 16, beginning 6:30: p.m. Your attendance\ is expected Price, Mrs. Nettle McKcIvy. back of the game with lug yards Choice means. tion's new anti-poT.rty program sit back and wa*toe its fa***.
at 7:30: p.m' Everyone ,Ii invited Mrs Annie M Harris and Mn. gained on the ground. Rudy Stephens Not a very pretty picture, Is s number of Congress.men able eoOapse.c

In come out and enjoy the Tuesday evening 6:30 p.m, Jun- Berth Hlnson, daughters, all o f Cavern Davis, and Emmitt itt And so there are those whoprefer hare expressed alarm at We're told a kit cf-tag-Mash
old j
activities in tackle. the "likeable rases The real troth ia that
ior choir rehearsal will be held I Ijulnry Tribue led the Lion Bloom MB whatmghtbappeninthatproj.ect. our MW-
Pine version. And it well be style app.as.ment"plays poller
Pensacola thattheir
choir will also' be held Interment will be In the Springfield : The Wildcat of gained night
The senior what about this businessof ,
And bawls
Cemtery. Stmmi-Juckson ii. a minus two yards on the alarm is justified. It's no rich into tbe of
Music FestivalAt beginning at I p.m, ground, but was more effective Church NewsThe communists infiltrating our irrest secret that high-ranking- the Commnalst and, a* a,
Rev Jeremiah Gee, Sr., thanks charge hroiHih the air. The passing was schools, our unions and govern Washington I officials, despite result,_'re taking a bad shM!
the many member and friends for ;dde.r greatly paRa Interference sent and so onj Nothing to it, exposure, still continue to tolerate lacking la the cold war and the'
Mt. CarmelAll gift In observation of his annlversery Stevens PTA by and Sensational Family, well sir our friends with the rose Red sympathizer In government hot wore ia Viet Mom and the
poor pas coverage known singers from Tampa Fla, colored glssses. Just sensationseeking job even in sensi- Congo as ia Korea and CubsJ
lover of good gospel ling- leneltles. will be presented In s benefit program witch hunts. tiT Stats Department posts. Ws are supposed to ffefat onlr-
will Meeting Set Sunday 3 p.m. An Invitation But I wonder bow they're Still another horrible I example with bows and arrow if
log to Mt. Carmel Sunday
go Card of ThanksThe St. James AME is extended to the public going to explain sway the recent ) of thl bead.ln-tbe-land those are the only weapons our
afternoon. Time 3 There
p.m. will Stevens Elementary Parent and I Supt. Franklin Murry announces exposure of Mobiliistion approach Is the endless whitewashing enemies posses By acting,
he choirs from union one two and Teachers Association will hold In
I timid and down when
for Youth of Castro stubborn backing
will a government- a
throe There will also be Ml memben of the family of regular meeting Tuesday evening, Church NewsWeekly that Sunday School and commence I financed "social-service organisation refusal by those who the goingret* rough, we only
Arrett' and St. Calvary choirs lie late Mr*. Mammie Harrison October 13, 7:30 p.m. President 9:30: s.m. All pupils to help underprivileged ought to know better to recog invite farther aggression and
from Calvary, Ca Aim St Luke Gallon wish to sincerely thanks Thelma L Robinson urge all I Prayer service will be are urged to attend youth. After the organisa lilac the obvious fact that Cuba eventually the enslavement of
P.B. Choir from Cairo Ga If you I their many friend for their act of member to attend. Parent arc!, conducted Thursday evening at 6 The morning worship service will tion's director had repeatedly is a communist stronghold all notion in Ihe free world.
ruin this musical festival younlll sympathy and kindness during reminded' that annual due will be, p.m. Sister Ora MAe Brides In begin at U a.m. The Rev. R. Word pooh-poohed charges that Reds established to spread terror, When will vA learn that we
mis a treat. Everyone ii Invited their hour of berevement. Special accepted charge. Mn Ruth Livingston will, will deliver the message were using it to incite racial tnti-U.S. propaganda and revolution can't compromise with the
thanks and appreciation to Rev Foremost on the agenda will )bi, entertain the Pastor' Aid Board,The senior choir will render the Violence, school boycott and throughout the entire :Reds The only language they
Service at Mt. Carmel will he- Jeremiah Gee, Sr., Mr*. Addle commltte report and plan for. Thursday evening at 7:30: p.m. All music for both services rent strike and dismissed the Western Hemisphere. respect is the langusg of military
Kin with Sunday athool at 9:30 Crutuhen, Mn Authle Zeigler, the year PI'Oirll1A special appeal members are asked to be present The Annual Association will beheld ebsrgt as "irresponsible" and TA. Nt* :York Ttmtt las and moral power and the
commencing Wednesday before "shadowy," the FBI decidedto likened Castro to Abraham determination to use ..ue"powt'I'
R Klmble Mrs. Ems
a m. Deacon Joe Cannon Mn. and on time.
In Is made to parent,
Charge. Cooper, Mrs. Maggie King, Mn will ever.. measure :. ,Sunday School will commence st the Third Sunday at New find out for themselves. They Lincoln. Senator Fulbrlght, ia if necesssry, to protectour
your presence
vital interest
discovered that nearly 10 the understatement of the
The morning service will com Jessie Ray, Mn. Sconlers, Deacon show your interest In your. 9:45: a.m. with Junior Supt. Clarence Jeresulam Missionary Baptist per- year,
Thence at 11 a m. wllh Rev W. Gilbert Mrs Willie M. Paul, child. Nealy in charge The Junior Church, Havana. The official staff
L. Snead bringing the message Mil Carrie Walker, Mrs. FlossieGllbet. church will be In charge throughout -' urges all members to pay their

Choir No. 2 and usher Board ., Mrs. Mary Betsey and People who lose their tempt I the day. The morning service assoclatin claims. 8
No :2 will serve at both services othesMn playing s game ought not to play, will be at 11 a.m' with Rev. Gary Fvenlng worship will begin at LSp&Jc YOUR NEAP 1N.

i There will be.singing. at 3 p.m. Mary Jordan and family. ltan1l'1. Everett In charge. (:30 p.m -- 'sj :.

at LlSTEB: L OOLDL\1f, M.D..

Readers Are
Asking .

13 THERE: S difference be- valuable for diagnosis are Ural
tweet having fever and having obtained

temperature Bronchoscopy has saved! the
I j Tee there is a distinct dlff live of many children and

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LETTERPRESSand I F i sated Tills that lines the eye.

vaUoa of ternThera are also many other-
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1e I* there say "pink eye" and other forms ofconjunctivitis.

cure? Lao' ever the.
A diverticulum to a small counter antibiotic er cortisone

j OFFSETSales pouch or MO which extrudes preparation should.ever be used
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wIll bold ,
Modem I Bedroom mfdmMw4 Sunset Acres I. Ill Salt P.... A...... ,55 Ii I II O'lIrn'k, a ,..u.lI.. ... bs...... ritkMTU: Rl'HMt .IOIIT MoUnt "piiniilHed She n.inwaervlnx anti hrforp ll>,III ni .

PEST COMTBOL T.ll.hM. Florida a ..,,, at lop. Ornh.. 11th n. al thl. Ruuto 4, Hoi III rhr required huurtThp nn Inrurah). .Ill The fttllots.uplofumoalkon
Apartment. Uoraled ItDuplei ... Iii. N....., ooorglaTou
wrlll.n do( n I. prm'liled
ronr ("II' H.II In Ohs lily ., Iloisry. lninllte., vl.
Wiler Safely
712 W. poll C*>tral ToraiH. CLARK PLEMMONS ComplaInt In .leI SuIt 0" .' b.to Pl.rlla. ih. ., SrI koraky nMlflod Ikal!
kt .pp..1 Puns, ..... K.Penain alOe gtilimli llnklnjr dciretl
of Uoobarll4 a lull for .'.orr. has tinier the dlreitkin ol farkia
.. lop
CM(rol Sod aol lb. IlIh ,....,. frm III. d.nl.1 of ShtOoiiol ..
.*IUndlntinc* of T4511SPOXTOOM ,,' Ih orl.ln.1 ., SaIdWrhiiSt you I" Ill 'tr. liavlttit. tinolrlnK and lung; ranrer nnd tnnlian
...k r*.lattn Phono MAin a .. ,. lslyOrItr ., Il. ('ily .1, raTT'onrl of Oad.d.n .<'nuntyPlorlda was repitrled u
knit churclm.r ".'.n... hall ka fll .'.'r 4ssyIg boo. .p.I"'oll.. vanfiil with 499rhlldren Important par In "SirrjennOoeml
hop,*, krhonl f sold Court In l'to......,. ky JAMKIU tonal aw profram "
with the' Clork *
Coil TaUahkiM., FU. far pormil I. add I. h. r..o..oII In i rpport .
.. la ..U". Ii hUH. and y.nse. borobl01.ll0d and fckjlit\ enixille.1 n n.n
a d aull a. UI Oouih Ka, .tr... ........ -
.,...Im.nl I* .,.,,1 y*lI *a .olrUI .1U \ of tail .r auffloIsni lo III* with Mio ('I..' .1 l lIko the rla.. Hi Ihe. tilnfy Munlrt- Hi-alth
COLLECT roor yard
r liT-TIII. during bwlww olh.r ..r.nd.n'. front Ihal! ..,. I'aurt your wrlll.n dofinioa JIl'klI Helnhttftrn Thp nrreti of tip" ttmty U lw*>

!hour*, or 1.12". oilerS plo1t HOME MITE MJ-I4JI ,. II tureol oC .r...l mala all. This lath. day of .......... utrwonally or..ky............,. "pal\ Pad To The him" pnifjrkm wlihVemrtl ed U lnrg part n the riegrv towhtfh
*..., 1,1. .... .t.. II tied. A. 0., IMIPJDAHP If asp Iherolo, aad apoi to
OFFICE nt-trii If d.n Co my, Florida, and ....rl... or AOJCKTMBNT 01 Iho Plalatlff Mlorti.r a aupiof R at ki (...Im..n. w.trqimled 1 vtrfurHreit cnntlraip

." *. .110..0: THBCrTTfWgi'lNCT.' F1UR.IDA .b.....' in or ..,.,. (II 1111 151 M having' ; Ill pnrolled1lh repitl tIll ititi nj the per-
....1. .1 a .,M.t an Ika Nartl.. Novomkor, A. II. III been Ittiled orlilnnlly enrolled After I
bIASI \ .14. u' a ..."." road, sold pola< By M B P..,.. Horoia: fall nol or ......I .. rerliflcuh-ti hvtn l"n, 911 thnne orlln
10101 T. hudr.4 T......'.lSt''S CkdrmiuOrl Sill ko ..10'" agalaai. you k| to kit BMI'1 the rwiiilred vein per
.n' 1'11I-1.' ...u.dr.d.uiflt..1 d.r.mi. oily enrolled r tuoreanfullytraied

VITAMIN and foot Poath .n" (Os. _ _ _IIlf ,-tl WITNESS: a.f ,... aad Ikial Will rlrirj Aid Omlr- soil that mil
/' Ihou..n4 NInI h""r.4 Thirly'. 1111I AI.', rlAIMH COIlS, .. af said tioarl at UulnoyFktrlda ,. Oirt F. 7KIrertmialet record.f'
HEALTH FOODSERVICE lou .n" "hlrl'our "undred', tIAPHnKN 0130 $?'. FUllRin* tkl. I day af IXHok.r. moon per..IM.. thai there .rC. l.wrf th. frairth m"ll'
(1111111 r..1 W."al of tho Nortk OMIFFITH INIVRANOB: AIIEN- A (I. Ull. laaiied In Junior.Standard. .1. .1 fl41

I ea.t Cre.P .f lbs IIn..1 CT Plalnllfl IBAl.l Sod AiKkni..d Jlnrl. repnrtt IthtiJatrdCancer .
guarlor of tho Houthwon. .. EdWIn ....r Pleat ., -
'J"...., IIIWtI 0' 00.lSoi II...., EUlAltrTH: HAMILTON I-I.BRK or OASIS roi'RT Aid. sod that (Iher wer

for ron! IT), Tewn.hip (>*o Ill NortklUnio l trIo nd.nl HAl. A. HAVIdAiioraoy AM lnirurl rrrtltled durU. Society
KOR RENT Ap rtmenl HUB.!. t..turUoc IIrdli'p. MOISt MwlBaarda Two lit W.st. >n4 (h.teiCu. NOTI(". .. HEKEHT .., al UawCltliina |Ihe .
OH l.l Wool WoohIlliWO from t-i tf silk Alum FTMIA matKMT North Taroo La.ar.. Twonirflro Shot I. 01 ka W. K load<,. Ihorlfl. Hank ..11...gVlulnry year.Mr. firiidnin irhalrman.' "
fill MAIn t-TI.l mlnatoa K..I (H I* If ElyW of 0..... (' Florida .Ir Board Meets
aiOa to and ......1... u : 0001', ua- tJ
I. drOol
kandrtd Flfty-alaa Ul| bras 4 ky vlrtua of a Writ ol, ,*. ,. U. II, II II "We sos a irent .
Natural vttamla ud loot mtfptcnmla ,..., ....n.. ... North KUaXy.four ., Knaeutloa k.rtoforo I..... Pal. INANU fnr them t frner... ly ,.
by .....111. ..... Pro* dxrooa VIva Mlaalo Bail. of Ik* a1.ra.".101.4 oaseS I.lb 'IN THB CIR4-UIT RENT urta and Be* Hoff mIll (Olym- IN II' .>' 1C) Ptilynlna and nit akava bid, eu.., k.,. lot.: FUR ||AI> I>RN IXHINTT. Ipp"r m..l.l nil nlIho hn.n .
FOR CMAJtCKRI.N Ridailen Quirpr ffrlety
.. ,
.ath. ISIS fool: Ikoaoo rai I.. aaoa Ik. fallowing ......,. )
pit! roar) North KlKon ......* a* ....., ly, aitMt. I lylai aol ...1". Ii; *. 4-114 innuoj rtiwli given' p> lrnlknvlnl wai held ll JefferantlHmikP
10} .. 11.'mj tIC., I'''' It"ua Soot IN II* II4 Oaa k......I Ut..... County, Florida, lo-wll. .H Mmtay it
"_..'....' ". ..... r... ......., lilt Ford Two Ivi.r 5.. ? MVINUn HANK.a "lh
"; Ono ... ....1.. the ..l o'rkn-k. with Ih. prndilent.
Office( SpaceAir (III ll"fo ti ,1 ;..i.i.III" I din, lit N"mb.. AlAdllltll S .101.1111., n.l. M.
TwMtythroa do.raoo V.rty.: 1114 Flnrlna T.. If....., and cnflrw wer .. Idjuer Rlrhirdtiti I,
.'." Mlautoa Wool IN II' 'llrnI'sW.rn.b.l.laiaa ,.... ........ aol awBuujfHiiri.: Klhlk.1 pI'
RADIO W I Otio kundrod tho tiroprrty ., .... ako.. I'of.nds.iiNOTIt'S .' .... .
Conditioned Itnthl (Hill loot In Hall I" 0 .If''I. .
two Ilbool '.nd. '. .nd 111.1 105 II.Irl OF IAI.NNottrt Tigers
.., .,.. Norm Klilit Quincy
road, th run dip n' Nop.rnb.r. 1544. ... 1 mlnl. tRrr.
TV SERVICEMotalra nln. '...... Fortr-twn mlnutWM ". lw..n Ika OasiS ban. of '.!0.n.m.l ,. l> bir.br' .I.i liaoraa n InatPirimal l \, r NI' tent Ml
WILCO BUILDING HARRELL'SiNl'ITOf I < IN II IF WI ilol sold P.l.n.n..1.... In thiforoaoo I* a ... whli-h. I
>rl on' I In oauoiuoto.rod
.. All railroad Cihl. .kandrtd Thirl; and 111'. anlotk. la I hi Fumble AwayTo .
I-ITI, I. Ih. ItrouuCoart t>r, llUtkweldrr (ivreonrt
C..I 5. ."1001 .u04'II.. I
rtoronon. on laId lay, al thdwrof n
Utilities Furnished ..kro a>4 ....1. IW U flWINU Wt III 111 foot, Ikonr rOIl Snuth. ho I'oart Ho... la ( ., Uadad.n raunly, Florid ttu wirk In 0 the minty.Mn. .

Will Alter to Suit LOTS MIIIOR aOLOISS: I TWO door... Poet ....1.' .. ..1' 1 I',. Oad.d.a Toanly, rlorldi.I.i I .lad*. I In will*Soil. .III lluunly* proi.,rt Floridadowrllxd > ana Ruth Nellmn, Held tfl>
1C Wl on. "..dr.t fins .. .
IH will off.r for ..1.! and ll llha
FH01IB .... rTM (iambI I'd No.11w IaSOIlIll lIu"I" Ton ..b ret<.", TalUruinrre. talked rlami
""I fool I h.nra P.S kldn for oa.h Inh
Your Needs .unDAY'1 d.or'.. Fifty mlnul. .....t 00i .nd klahoM,h. shoe. doorrlbtd r proany Wilt" liny III f..l ., I.e4Munikorod new piilnti In tttd >M nf

I i 10' 10' ,KI On* ..."..... Kllkt .. Ika property of saId ..o.r. .I Nino ill Mkn k ., D.cramm hkliin which will h* pturacd onto

APPLY WIlSON'Su 011110 TV 01.1(5 .n. \illll d.r..o lost Flva, IkoM-o mlaiitoo rue Mouam ..III.. ......' la Hllify Mid Kiotia.IU Two Town III of (..M.rn.i......._Addition.bo.. Plwrl4o In. I T.Wt on that chairman. Mn, peweyJigtnai

11.0 w... JofOon.aLEON *> ..... aa I". ..nt. auB.ara nf M.dl. pt lUw Kivp tnmdheliiAil
-'-' '---- -- ,,1 | Oh !Rl Ona ... Tklrlyfi Oho ......d.. kh.rlffOidxl.n .
I | *. illll fort, Ihinro run North founly. FloridaQrl ,.,_.. la I'lot Mix.h. Pakll T f.hl .n.pla.. pi Mrrt CniwiltwhL
... I54aIllIolIII .1
Rorordl of lld doa C. ",
'I Nil mlnu. |, I I, II: II, II It'Ni tra id I. i win hnrln IIt. th. ptrlytprtn
Sail'iV It"t41tVT lying and hi.Ing
.. Plnrlda
1111 --' ---- IIT::: 0"nTnurht
Moauntant; i- i.-- la Ik* ;' of IJKatlanoo'tat *.
.. : I :.'J" : .)I' '.h.. .Ml ira 4oo rua PIP.0.loath Four d.gra.. 111.11... Ia horoby Sinoo Iba( lb.f'lIy ,...... ('D..I ., ...d...... ... on fnln otttkerl OnryIn Jaiiut Aumin .nnnwd .

To. mlnulii k... II 4* 41 KI ('_ml_. .r I.. ('11' .4 of lIpIds, and Mlag a rat* re |. thp .Ouaad.

TUB CTRCIJIT COURT OTHK ,. (.... kundr.d Plfly-nlnn and (4alry, Florida Will hold allo pub. 5504 Ii ". "or...... !,jll.torI' tltnllar hi lad yedfl nrteal !I OII.I. nf "
0171,1. KNAPP RIFlES GIll apart MOBILE HOMES .: nruNI JfPICIAt. CIHCriT Eight lonlba lilt II lInt. II ... hoirlnt at IH aclurk P. MI :... Boylh.iit "oOrIOr, non' had Itoop Wo 11w *. I. .ii
,. 5(11 In Sill Iosok I 0' Ia-bloc loll till, Tw dial Quint I m Ihp woi'
tin ICora rl/1HIDA IM AXUroH R. M Ih...* run North Eighty.alna D" 'II. loll 11ay rtilrly-4hr 04rxxiH .
with in rt
0" 11(1ornIoloot001. 5015l0.0 OAIMII>KN CUl'NTI.IN '...... No mlnuloa Kill lha rily Hall In Qitlary,'Flor kip Four (II North ..*... pun tt under** nnwunrH that
liiady .*r-ruad ks.lops. .. Sato SnricaHtw IN II' 5!' KI Flfty-lkrot and ida an lha proposition ., .h..... I lit (41 Win ind whlppeti Madlnm M-7. "I Ihp dow
.. fnralihod Cr... I ., ,.. lauiflra.lion 10"., I* Ih. tilgheal ami o.o "U
Kqulpmrnt .. 'h. .. 'r nol inning I auklle Site I** **"
Writ. 'n Wm It 1',." ... 755 14Ilp.r Moon. VarIoUs. I I 01(0014 C. :74. 1)N 1411I (NwrfluCTlnI foil Silly, Il...,. !:: ...,-vv.s' *f Mil follovlng doai-rlb haS kldd.r for ....h. al I bo oalliUnurlhouio TMI yeir r I U.I. meetlnf lo h.
,... at Florida. 0' .hi ...d...." I.cr umlo'tnIs wllh oral a.hed SIll .1
Url..do. CardMf. Oooor Stowkit.Hie I lilt RY"'" .la "...... P1fl oB mlanloo Bert lood la Ih. Clip tlalaoy, door W.II. LMsp.
CAMPBKIJ 4OIIK B.AMIBElj. a II* If B. 110....'.,..* ITU UVlllAll Uulnry, Florida vtilnrttaaiThd !'
blAKE MINKYIII!: 1101100501tim. horl CM>I. Used Ttailan I(' Klt. .i If. KKN. _, II.... ran loath Ihrio ... of lot Niimb.r ""I...... 15405 1to .'.Iot'k A. M. aol tOg .1. *** sod many lllh.
It .,
lhhni A" p.s III I I" Mania (.1..11..1. I .1 .'.IIN' P. M .* tMrlnbor II hie
r ... ir wia.Wo P PAVla .. ft(lion wln t*. Roll: tl ) cl i'I"-
from Or. lh' ,
4 "nu,. day In ipur Mar yai :* T KHIUTAW. WAI. .. II' KI On. k>.n"ro.d ..I..... .Inn axoordlnt I. a plal ..1said till hapa t.l p"l" -* ,
hum Writ" Mri. Oarvlkf 1..1.1. In 14111 -I"Irr
htrnihir tool lh.... ran North OaSIs Clara Plintitlnnronord.4 IIKAUFIlWIN lam, .m II. wlikil .
tIn 1 Avon It.n.(.r. P 6 Hog Irada for Minythiag : PHILTAW. If.THANIItI. dill : In l'o..d Hook : BAI'P.II.RHK Walter l*- .I II "
...... Fla .. PHILTAW, AIJfA h l .&1..
1141 M" T.II. 4> nmfiTIIII I""P.
I .... "K' 4IT I. ilia offMf OF Tim Ma-l-m pad "
... PHII.TAW AMAM'FT ('(IllS WI, ntlnntM MM IN It II' R Pall muffed and krt I
mil .11. Ih llork f Ik. ClrraiillMirt NT ; tril
CIIARLM HUW.RD ,... Pit kandrod olgkl t
W. H... ZOO SEAL \aM* EDWAHU .tradrd.. Thlrl.rn ............ 141 III I. aad f..y Old..." fly I/ IWuiUa I Hiufxyuty .1 The' l"Bral I, ito ntrtunto!, Mn. Klhllkd .
ATTENTION: LADIMCHRIHTMAS > rialatlff. foot I. thi point ., koglafilng foamy, "...d.. laId lot ko.In [ I lork .rIU ft* (*1 and Rirnney nl flwttn.huaher .
U. 8. 10 U nlte wail .< .. Sod III."". on* .."trod fool ...... JOHN U. MlMJllRMllMHAllnrnoy "" In .lb. flI nf th. unit.
TUlle Our Ira.TalUhktMM IAHICA EVAKI UUJB EYANi, k'nndrodtha III III or'.i. kirk I. BOW rl lflod 0s N-Ion for PlaintiffReports rUa-ani v.p.IPn
.oroinp 11m. ......1 ...kjgInn Talqul I .I al. mart ana ar l I... Sold c..... ot land Iko official Inn r: mop of Ik.lly II.. II...... ....b lIalldb. ..lh .r" .. Stat Mrs *.m

for wamtn .... wish. Isoar. florida r> f...... bring a part of Iho Wool ball <- of 'I...., ....Ir..* rhing.d. 4. ....".111. I. Pirida, It hlln. .t. -
Aloha a .....COP (r"rl. ''TO ANICA rVANi ... (Wi af lha Kouthvoot QoanorIV 10 ".1. ,. alsO pK-ked l nwhp'vUMon pln.f'
mi? hr .....,.." Bad familyArlia KVANK, k.r k...... Avon, ran Mra. DomihrM.rtln 1212 Watl TMMWM UIJJK STAllS sad --- (V. a mill frtrtlnn In Ill ..... ....t IMICliy Given p nAW TO repirt PMH| sit lh.

P. 0 Bo. 1141 MUH.Tallahaaa ANN, bar .......... I' ...,..*,, Q....., (NB 51 of Ik. wntkaailiairlor OoMoiiMion of Ih* Oily ". ". aervV. rtialrman, Mn. At
**, Mi. er call lit Pb... tU-ISII 'RA"rRfIITII. .... ( (II"''', Portion taM. .. of 'I.,'....... Ptorld in the temnd I 11 S 14. fred Knhnkd U doIng .... in.mumwl .

Ull II UMITII, kla. .Ifo, If iarrto4; iIl. Tnwniblp lino III Mortk.P.nt .y H V. Plolr.rMayar At Annual Red Iran p d* u that I will h*
"..T... I1Um
KISSER IMITH aol Thro. fit Will Oadodo* WMnnmi .
.. .arrto4. ATTEST, 11. 1 mad. nl lh. New Department
If -
TOP WO K ft NO Tan AIMirTIIIRIHTMAI ....11... "" ..no, Ooctnca, UMITIL JANK HIOIIT" ."< -. ..my.. Soils Floridahla la wrtid ** r.. I. P .'..... Cross Meeting wIt Thf PAT .. buitoItt. "It 1
MONET! ranrarn
.. k., kii.b..4. If aur- rl.,,, ., my of Qulnry and Ull rletrm4r ,
FlItlapo WRWIIT IIII III. from
good Income .. .. ATM Spp13.1. Ptpe ,......I I lorllon I'l.rk of Clly (",..... .. .. tkixol pang I I ---
lt>pro.rntatla. Mill delay Wt*> Kakton, Tile ...,.. rIM; OKOIIUR II. IMITII WIll sod,, iKIorld* ",.'.C". ill.. If P.. Unto I, I, II II IUI *_. ..
Writ Mr. rmrnikr Martin, P UHo I-ATUT HMirll Ma fall la fill raiDondra tlo.dlng Thp annual ..... .ti of the Ctailrti "AHeiinvw n gnnf *'
Forest R.pr
1141 WP.B TaJl.'_ FUill Cat ud OO HMton ....tROK TAHNKUAN anil VATS a. hoists y....u r.... a j..1 Piorirti TO "' (jliT"rlLlltlt "' .
or ,' 'U-IIII. HWOMKN ';ARNK4IAN.hH Will*. OWHtOIXINIOAN t. ..'.ull will ho ..,.... 0"aI." >. arATHTaWh County tJiaptrr, AmoTlranIM helped put (/54107 I TW Crwrfty fnrenfryVrvkd

and ,... for .... rotai _rot byII th* Marl of Ik. <'*.oly Oirai WM hellS tl I atiirhTarwkir log 15155151 it ,. t pond Isor rA wind (Irr*
If yon era I* aeod ofMonty I ill wifa. It married.Wkooo COSUUJC'I ,. plaIntIff 1II Us.pla4at. Vodgo ."* O...lr, Floriao.la *..ntn(, nVplrfnhor M nrf Ih. end petalII no
and eoa work onlyhnura a lb. ROCCOPIPE ai1dr.. and Wt'TNMI'U a, bssl ma (15ThaltO Prokata I II. In rh. pint aever) rid1
a day .- eonrlclag as Avon roaidoaeaa a,. unknown an' ... ...1 at sold .'barS I. I. ,., r tai* ofMINJM In fh. M*.onto llulMlnf. .... lisp all I *th .. .. wuaki fired "Y Il"1odTh4.peormStnaipbsld

territory U ,... ....... writ* .h.thor .r ....t thoy on. liolniUI .,.,..,. Qo.I.... Csv.Iy, PiOlidS.III lo ..a IIOWIf. HmlrmM, frig J. ..."' .. araKBn S .. hum.Intj .
).... 'brolly .rtln. Avol lOam.SOS. I If dad, thilr unknown kalra. ,hI 11 day if ..,........ DoraatodT a t ,

P O. Mon 1146 MOO 15.t.ho. & SUPPLY CO. I...!... and doli, .... I.... All e...'... ... Poroooo 1 nm( vri slop will arrv far t. M Mdo- .p1 UrI 4JI arrow Number of
.... ....1111 II AHK! HBKKHf HOTIFIEIi UHarr.
roll YOU
FI. or PPAI..) Marl, Itlma or twnuadaAialnol I fired It IMl Hmg d
SERVICE .. .... filed I. Ibli Mhrnt- Ml J. hasd. Up. So dar| .
44 TEARS OP thai 1k. ween Edwin.: Soar. Hold ,,"c...- I II. poor sos na kapunhrrgr : burning
UWT. 14 foot hool drlfto.. from UP Irrnll Court .. CI...... (.0510Pl'.rlda. Clirk of 'limit ,..rl *f .. >nd ouk of yon ar. .karaky -' mn, rrmJrmnn; rfnnk L 1"111'11'1 Joel *' B IrflHdp ..1 ,

t.* my dork. loraud rraM Ow..? 'SO To Tkla AIM'HO.E an II.. tt day wf 109'-. n."....* ('......, Florida. ..,trI" and ,....t... to orowklHi |Jr W. rtalrmnn: Milcn NOr II Th 1 MTea.
K.rd.. Pith tramp. r 111.113' Mr, A. U l.... Cimplainl ki By IMBglia I H..r, soal any .111. ... ......... I I hi Qulnry Ire
..IKr.t soil par '"r '* ;I.'j tho ...I.lIth afcore nami4 I......' n,.r- yon, ot otrkor of yon, nioyha **. liMaurar; stool Mrs. D giBmwn on IhP .try. for.Inl week.. 7,70;
Mr. .'' aCtor S I Ill I.p ll' till S. Monroo Sirool gilnil yno. Tho ,ur_. ol Sail ...,,. II <>rd. II. II IIfTATMFWT .. .iilnit ik 01015105 C Hark noryrlgry, Ih teal i. .t .lf 140
HJ7 O'I. III ;
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA n.mplalai I. la aulil lull U Drkoovo, .... III. of RfwInnH. In arrv* Ml th rVmrd M
...In.' ysa II I. (ha .'10.'.' "OP OWJBP.nHIP.M4MAOEWRMT .. ootd ('...,. I* Ik* Coonly india ran S dm. .I r' -'I: atwraue, | It
rlbed lorolod llr Altl" tiwrt.I.ATMrM <* Uiwrlnrl PIT I thro pool Irrmn to, i r. .
FOR SALE dor properly of Oododo* ..".,, Plorld. M OI -
doooty FlorIda, Uloatk I Art *f OHoker ..1.1M' L. tk-IVnt ,sr. bill Uevut b.Av0554
) d>dn .... *ffo>* la lbs rourt kowoo o< n rrvik .

.-. HOUSES J Cu INVUIHLB, 'Coors RCWEAV1NU brIng your Burin sar., .11. immn.. ..... nil It. oold ('''.''' al Q I.... Florid*. ,.. May, ("att t:. Ru>h and UMfl "L00e _- A matter I1 prtralpld ll dies'
0. ,. Nit of lbS '... rwil
.. ....
wiikla frootka
... Ri .....,, ait .I. TV nnvnhm hw "V
.rin t' SIlos Audoy Mot nnoner 4T4PII, nwnikoaMaaartor I. Hole of Filing: "/"'' ho. of lh* flrat ....1...."." Wrojtwr nrw .d t a rbmti kt nmiPnl 0 tl.
hARM 1'\.1t SALK I ..,I.. ." 1 .l W KOng III. Pk. 4s7.1tJI. II IPRI of Monkveoi ,aar- f. Tttl 04 rnktki tlont 4Jdo- of IkM a oil... Two. samba of abs w.r rtwinl In BTV* |ur g IllS tor Ivi .1 arlfUhneog.

llreonihnro, 44t.. of '' -.," .., 4HWU aad lea aoro oflowtk don .'...np Tlweot ...- otaloj .. ........< .Boll ko, _001 )'os' larm 50 r. ..... I>.i gill. ..k'.
ood I room 10.... with I bath aide of Nortkeaal a..notI4MKII Pr.q.m.'y. of .-... Wookly I. writ... ... mill' aiato Ik*, ftrhtlaikd. tntChirVd PIU' ."
{ p..rrho and pil'o 'an bakougkt of Wonkwool 551.105 4. 1_..... W __.. .SPiel' p4..l of rooldoor* and pool offlooddrooa Rho.1 Jw-k P. ri. ? 107 w 11Co
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Bird RECREATION tongue and Just say bye-bye lot Jerald SmithIs 'Chevron' Takes question baa been asked me before reduce the average stay of th*
Lady this week. Come back to see me sometimes In a sort of children In the schools by SO percent
"tongue-in-check" mannerndI. with a good after-care pro.
In The Bed NEWS AROUND Mrs. Clara Miller Promoted Place of Old eating that In the speakers thinking gram. Not only that but 100 extra .
Big this is more generally the children would be taken Into

Perils Island, S. C Marine 'Crown' NameCrown rule than the exception. WeU it the schools Immediately." Lately
By William M. Roblnnoa, Jr. By Moan Jame* The Dies Octobeer 5 Private Jerald D. Smith ton at Is non there was a waiting list ot onlya
The Lady Bird Spedal arrive! Indeed we do lose too many to few less than this number plied
tn the Big Bend today. It It due :MIDGET FOOTBALL SQUARE Mrs. Clara Miller, 77, of Bristol Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Smith ot: a gasoline brand name crime. But the percentage is not up In jails and detention homes
at Tallahasse tc ilg!.t bout dark, Tuesday's Midget game (rained died at 7 o'clock CST Monday Quincy, graduated Sept 8 from used by Standard 011 Company; nearly so large as some of the over the State awaiting admit
througl out make up game from Sr 3hhb.r recruit training at the Marine (Kentucky) for more than M general public seems to think lance
and It scheduled to pan morning, October S In the Cal ]
Sores Recruit Depot, Pants Is- years, is being replaced by a new other Is
QuIncy and Oiatlahoochce Monday) noun General Hospital Blountstown. Chevron Their conception in areas The more Individuals and organizations
name '
about the crack of dawn tomorrow Chattahoochee Yellow Jackets lands.c.Durlni hazy too. For Instance, in the who let the BudgetCommission
12, Kiwanis Hornets 7. Born In Bristol, Mrs. Miller was Recruit Final Review "With the change to the Chevron neighborhood of the training: and their legislators
I kickoff ceremonies he was promoted to name, wt are identifying our schools where announcement ii know that they would like for
LBJ must be more desperate Klwanls took the opening a member of the Church of Jesus
for votes than any of ui realized I eating up most all the time Iff always a pleasure to go to Christ of Latter Day Saints in his present rank.T'BFRCtWt. retail operations with those Standard of made on radio that a boy or girl some o( their tax money to be
Why else ihould a man runningfor In the first quarter, marching I to the annual Farm Bureau meeting Bristol. our parent company, hat run away from the schooldays ,! spent for this purpose the mowlikely
and barbecue. Believe T. M.Burne' Oil Company of California, said by fast that score,
to Chattahoochee six where they go so It Is that the appropriation
office, particularly I .
public Funeral services conducted
were TEST
W. C Smith, President ot the
of the Unite j Both teams playedon cooking get better every times it seems u If It were only will be made.
the Presidency were stopped.
ed at 2:80: Tuesday afternoon, REQUEST FORM Standard Oil "This
And its always nice to see a day or two before that a similar
wile and daughte until to seconds before -
tend his fVt'IItel'l1ll
State, old
friend EST, r 8 in the Church o company and Its subsidiaries had
announcement had been made
out on a whlstle-stop vote-huntlr halftime, when the Yellow Jesus Christ ot Latter Day Saints DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH been using the Chevron name in Mrs. C. H. Willis;
and have the Idea
trip Can it be because he teeli rackets completed a 20 yard pass Sight of the Week The Rev many
with Elder John M. McClellan DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 28 states, Canada and Latin mort ot them run away at some
his pooh-pooh technique running The touchdown covered 88 yards Mr. Wade In front of the fire station
officiating. Interment was Ji: INSTRUCTION America before the addition of time during their training. Actually Succumbs HereFuneral
out of force and knows he teen with Dares Flora the recipient of attired in painter's cover
logical answers to the Issues rats the pass and six point alit and slippers. He said be was Rock Bluff Cemetery with the Standard" ot Kentucky's five the percentage U very, very
and MlllcrTIf moving pianos and stuff and he Butler-Morgan Funeral Home In TUBERCULOSIS AND HEALTH Slates small They forget from
ad by Goldwater Midway in the last period Flow t' services were conductedfor
later charge: of arrangements. I ASSOCIATION Decals bearing the new rune 1800 to 1800 children art the
us over here that those
LBJ seeking to win suppor outreached two Kiwanis defend Mrs. C. H. WIUIs. 88, of Quln
weren't slippers but year-old Survivor Include four daughters I had to be placed on 30,000 pee : training schools each year.
through the emotional appeal of en at the 22, then out ran them cy at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon
Mrs. Nellie Potter, Greensboro line in the Company's 6,000 Reese Shaw, who spent
shoe Student pumps Joy
his wife and chlldT Support ma Into the end tone for his second in the Centenary Methodist/ Church
Frances Rowan and outlet In five states In addition the of the
Mrs. time
I know the on
tall sneezers and wheelers some campus .
be might not be able to earn on TO. Both extra point runs I with the Rev. E. Nash PhIlpot officiating
merits He knows thai ,ed. can hardly wait for that first Mrs Willa Mae Duncan, both of all but the newest pumps are being Florida School for Boys at Marl- Interment in Hill-
his own Date was
is frost.on the pumpkin and while Tallahassee, and Mr Leila Philips repainted. The pumps will be anna wrote some responsible, sensitivelywritten
this section of the country op- I Into the scoring crest Cemetery.
Klwanls got
for on the subject best the gold Bristol; 18 grandchildren red or blue, depending on the articles for the Miami
only hostile to what he stands hat he column when HB Charles Woodward rnrod beauteous this year And and If great grandchildren.Wm. Grade grade ot gasoline. The Chevron' Herald. She said: "Florida Born In Quincy, Mrs. Willis wasa
And it is quite apparent plunged over from the two. the pyracantha. And I noticed the trademark is red,'white and blue.I hat a cottage system. And It is member of the Centenary Methodlat -
hope to play upon the sentimentalappeal charm WooJward also bulled over for first of the white camellias are I : Work on this changeover hasbeen the only state In the nation with Church. She passed awayat
of faces and L. Skinner SchoolRoom
pretty hires that traditional the one pointer. starting to bloom. And the yard I going on for the past ninety a complete open-door policy; no 12:40: Sunday morning ir the
01 manner fttracnon Thursday's games (Oct IV weds mowing for the last time days, and the change was effective I locks even on the eottaRt'lo" "Ev Gadsden County Hospital.
have an especial. Jaycee Tigers 45, Exchange Bulldogs this year, I sincerely hope. Goes To Hawaii No.Teachrr October 6th."There en 10," she goes on, "the escape Survivor Include two daughters
for Southern people.Never IIi; American Legion Blue Well, the office it fairly quiet I will: be no change In rate Is only 11.23 against a national Mrs Maxwell jtrom and
before, until the Kennedy Devils 7, Klwanls Hornets 0. 'gain except Betty Jane is still Barbers Point, Hawaii Wil station Identification" Smith said average of 11.0 and hereat Mrs. Maurice Owens, both of
family let out en masse mother, Bob Chandler paced the Jaycees have service ata sister Mrs. E. E
'see doing something lam L. Skinner aviation struc "Alloni as wt Marianna, the rate If only QuIncy one ,
Liters, brothers, in-laws, with all to a 45-4 victory over the Ex- Hey, Ted Straughn out In bud mechanic (hydraulics) first I request a tuberculin test, and ions In our present marketing 8J1. Damkohlet, Ft Myers; two
their beat manners, tea partiesn change Thursday afternoon SCOT- ,Japan, How're you doing? Sure clan, USN, son of Mrs. Lee R. diert X-ray if needed, for the area, they will be identified by Mrs. Shaw's articles pointed grandchildren and 6 great grand
a d apparently inexhaustible InK. touchdowns. He WM on the : flies all the young people off Inervice White of 615 West Crawford St. protection ot my child.Signature. the Standard OU sign. up m.' need for an aftercare program children.
wealth, to elect JFK has a Presidential receiving end ot 80 and 69 yard ; or In 1I<'hor )ulncy, reported Sept. 4, to Air- which ll acknowledged by The Buller-Morgan Funeral
candidate to tried to establish pass plays and ripped off runs of And thank you Martha at Mer x>me Early Warning Barrier all who work in rehabilitation to Home was In charge of arrange.
himself in America u the 4 and 30 yards. Other teammates rill'* for that little message on Squadron Pacific at the Naval Air ot Parent I YOUTH ASKS be one of the prime necessities In ments.
favored scion of a reigning dye scoring were Johnny Livings 18 my bilL Appreciated Itlufltl Station, Barber's Point, Hawaii. Florida, one of tint states In the
asty. Does LBJ hope to repeat Bruce Wentworth yards I state-wide AIDS THIEF IX ROBBERY
yard small girl whose father U a .. nation which has no
successfully the Kennedy strata-' and Hal Massey 73 yard inter- would often: was Skinner maintains and repairs Our Address Tot t Faith and a Challenge
ta aftercare
say program. I
get ception. Wentworth added :2 extra ,udge Blank' daughter when aircraft hydraulic system and Street and Number I Good Example. Knowa and Coed Limits Explanations This program to provide help In Loa Angeles While waiting

Is It one of the purposes ot the points and Ben Duncan 1. lomeone asked her name. Her their components. and Consistency And supervision and counseling far or his wife to come from thedoclor'
1984 campaign to establish another The Exchange scored their lone mother, thinking this might I sound The squadron functions as an the children returning from the office, Napoleon Thomas
a' la the middle in the second Airborne Extension of the Distant "Loving Listening. wu surprised! when a man jump
"First Family" TD ways mobblsh, told her not to make City and State training schools (and their farniles
Kennedys? LBJ sent his older period when halfback Rex Camp that sort of reply, but simply to Early Warning (DEW) Line of Bf Dorothy B. AI.xalld.r. ) passed into law last Legislature ed in the car brandished" a pis
daughter to represent this nation tell scooted 1111 yards around left lay she was Dorothy Blank. radar station t cross northern Can Publication Specialist but was given no appropriation ol and said "get going. Lateftha
at the recent nuptials of the king end. Later someone asked her U ada and Alaska, and operates on a Our family phyildan Islddrese Florida Division o. to Implement It It will, : man ordered him to stop In)
of Greece. From newspaper In the Legion vs. Kiwanis tithe continuous around the dock basis budget' front of a bank, go In and hold
queen iht was Judge Blank's daughter. Child Training Schools be put Into the requested
accounts, she failed to be Blue Devils pushed across a lie replied "Well, I thought I between Midway and the Aleutian :ot: the Division of Child Training the money sack while he robbed
received with enthusiasm. Protocol touchdown ...11111:20: on the clocks was, but Mother says not." Island.: The aircraft are the radar Before the meeting ot the civic Schools this October. A professional the bank. The bandit ordered himto *
demanded a top-ranking public the opening quarter, then played With all the rainy weather equipped version of the Lockheed of ,_ club In a nearby town, where I group which has Just surveyed "wait" and fled In Thomas
official to represent the Government tough defense the rest ot the da'Oll remember how before TV Super Constellation the "Warn- Phyildan had the privilege ot speaking Florida under the Task car. _'
ot the United Stat.... It' way stand. Jack Corn we mother wed to wrack our ng Star." ant week, an early comer said Force on Delinquency has come
Is appropriate for a reigning :tel middle from 2ards brains to entertain our children Skinner entered the Navy >In casually "You have many at up with recommendations as to I
monarch only to send a member out for the score and also hiring those long rainy days February, 1884.REAPPORTIONMENT. Number and Street Apalachea and RaIford who are extent of need and estimated cost, PECANS BOUGHT
of his family to represent him officially. added the extra point In similar\ lemember the blanket tents we graduate of the training schools, Mrs. Shaw's article I points up the
It U not appropriate foil manner. would make in the living room VOTE do you not?" The meeting was need; our friend question aa tograduates' Uy: Variety hey Amount
the chief of state of a democracy Monday's game results (Oct a): the endleu paper chains and I The Senate, by a vote of 44-38, City and State about to begin and my reply was point up the need. '
to send a member of his family to Rotary Fighting Irish 34, Exhanue paper' villages, cookie we'd bake hal adopted a nonblndlng requesto 1 of necessity, Inadequate. .I said, With a good aftercare programt CASH PAID
represent his government, there Bulldogs 7; Jayceel'lgsn tortes we'd read and on and on i 1 federal courts to go slowly: in BOTTLED: NOTE: FOUND I'Yes, we do have some" Afterward Is quite certain that the percentage I
by seeking to bestow upon a memo ID, Klwanls Horned 0. In a way if s a shame TV has replaced reapportionlng state legislatureson I wished that I might have of thoM returning to the
tier ot his family royal status. The Jaycees shut out the Kl much of that improvising a population bails This was Vancouver, Wash. Eleven answered that question fully andtettusdeed training: schools or those who goon PEARCE'S NURSERYTree
Mrs. Johnson plans to make her rants at Corry Athletic Field It wa good for the children and a victory for liberal Democratic rear old Jeanne Lackaff sealed him also that the term to crime will be cut arrasI'
Speech on the FSU campus the Monday: as Bob Chandler pacedthe mommas to use their Individuality senators who since August 12 have I note in a bottle, tossed It into I'graduates" had a connotation ingly. Though It will cost something Surgery: and Removal
of her trip. As the Tigers, scoring all three Well "The Teapot" left by een conducting an on-and-oft fill. tht Columbia River and dreamed here that made me unhappy) But, to put the plan Into operation -
Majority of the campus dwellers ouchdowns. All Chandler's TDs plant for London Monday. Have buster against a proposal\ to impose of a far-away prince finding the by the time at least a score of a .saving to the State will lsadseapingIIAJsIseape
are ineligible to vote, It ll obvious were by the aerial route as Bruce a good time Jeanne and Bill Can- a mandatory delay In district Dote. The note floated In the those well mannered Qulncyitet begin Immediately, u Is the case
that she hopes to wow the 1mprejionsble Wentworth did the chucking on ley. courts' application of the Sureme bottle for 39 years before twoenege among the first of whom wan my with the adult probation system. Plaat.Danley's *
student body of more lays that covered 10, 28 and 60ards. I can think of plenty more to > Courts one-man onevoteacting. boys found H In the turf questioner had come up to thank Arthur G. Dealer director ot the
than 12,000 into writing enthusiastic : Wentworth picked up theonly say but I'm going to hold my 11 Florence Oregon. me for coming he was gone. This training schools says "We could
family letters and so to I extra point on a plunge
reach a vast multitude of adult through the middle.
Voter in the proud parents, uncles The Rotary also claimed victory -
and aunts back home. Isn't Monday afternoon M they
the announced subject! of her talk,, beat the Exchange 84-7 at Doyle
'Educational Challenges in the Conner Field.
South," only a smoke screen foe Flee Irish players got Into the FALL SALE !
laudatory remarks about her bus scoring column with QB
band's programs and poUctesT hunt pacing the group with 12
This foray through the heart of mtnts. Other taammat** were t .
the South has been planned as a Jeff Embry, I points; Terry Dea-
tour 4a tomb To give it Impresalvanra son 7i: Jerry Rudd 6 and Ricky YOUR CHOICE

*. Mrs. Johnson has pee Glover 1.
aonally enlisted most ot the Huh Rex Campbell climaxed the
ranking State and national offl- Bulldog only touchdown drive 4L
f I dais in the State travmwd. Apparently by scooting 4 yards around end only .
Thurmond ot South Carolina Campbell also made It through r -
4 PC. Bedroom Suite
was just about the only one the middle for the PAT.
Ctf those Invited by a personal telephone Midge Football Stamflngsl
call from Mrs. Johnmn in Won Lost
the White HOUM who had the lm e ric a Legion\ J 0 or
courage to decline. Does Mrs. Jaycee TigersChattahoochet J 0
Johnson hope thus to win over I 0
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