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 15, 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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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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TOBACCO CAPITAL Rainfall, week 0
Rainfall!, nianlh 408

Rainfall, year 11.39


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Local Man Has Harrowing Voters Mark UrgedTo BallotsIn : Initial County-Wide C Of C j

All Races

Two-Hour Struggle HereA PimipprU Voter III the No.veniber '
3 General Ckx-Uoe are

being raurkined by twncvnird Drive Is Slated
officials. about mlrklllIwI Membership

Quincy man is in th* Gad. _. ballot properly. It via pointed .
den County Hospital after expe ml that the mere fail that
fencing a two hour ordeal that United Fund Is 7 Gadsden Men a randldate whim sane sppn -
would rival television ---- -
a chiller: M the Hrket has ao opportion -
Henry W. Grady (7, U holed) Receive Safe (him not teens that be 'I:1 Kick-off Time
In good condition with black eyes. $25,000 Short It sutomarlcally elm-ted slnre G'Boro Kiwanis City Commission :\-\\i "

bites over mod of hit upper body there ere spuiwe" provtdnd lurrlfifia ', ;'\Ii..JT4
and roll and abrasions following Driving Awards ,," ramlMste Donates $500 To : FRIXEIV.S Planned Oct. 19

a death struggle with a 28-ye In Drive Goal Tens officials. strongly' Wf. Approves NewSubdivision

old Negro parolee. Seven Gadsden County residents you to plum an "X" by Mcknanm Schol'ship Fund I
no that the. properly qunl I At Breakfast
Grtdy's assailant Harold Mar- An official of the Quincy United have f'Pl'e1.mpIO'l'II :Safe I
tin, 20, is in the Gad den County InN candidate may be elected.There i Y
Jail awaiting sentencing. lie Fund reported Tuesday that only Driving Awards from the Florida In a writp-ln rampalir, Venn Mute Stone of Florida
entered of Tuesdabefore 114,000 in cash and pledges had Forest Service. bring acUtely randurted III State! University president of the Fred May Named
pleat guilty
: been turned In since the 1 1965 Southern A plat of a new residential pub
The awards the. hoe sheriff InrmnbrM Scholarship t'oundati.WI
Circuit Court Judge Ben are given annually rare Chairman: Goal
drive started a few weeks ago. '1'I"I'I'Ived00 ilviiitun. In the Oty of gulncyai
Will to robbery auto theft! and This Is some $25,000 short of the for accident free operation of pub. Sheriff Otho I'.ch."w11 donation check approved at Monday mifht Set at $20,000Fred
following Kl anis
opposed. by a Negro Jewellipnms s Appreciation
breaking and entering Judge vehicles and are cumulative
real set by the that meeting of the Qty
organization [Mxta. who weds rim- Supper at the regular P.rlmlct'llral't
Willis has ordered a pr-aentence II from to Morris Saber, ; L May, of
now helping to finance 15 various year year. lion by the wrltn-4a method Greensboro Kiwanis meeting thin president May
investigation before pronouncing charities and other causes Award recipients and the number There. am other. pmnlMlllk week i of land known as "Strolle Tobaivn (Srnp any, Is chairman of
sentence He Hated that half of the enve- of years without an accident Rim, mew officials, stated. TV chock n. presented to Illll," presented the plat which the 1884-I J mrmhenhlp drive tics
Mr. Grady stated Monday from lopes that were distributed at the are: D. F. Bums (III, L. W. Dean Show by Edward: Fletcher I was approved, and signed by me Gadsden County Chamber of
Ms hospital bed that he tint saw beginning of the drive are till Fallls ((9) P R. Lewis (8)), E. W.i who la president of the! Greens 1 Mayor I'ro-Twin Howard Hi-tcbr Commerce It was announced< to-
the Negro when Ben Bryant ram out. He urges those who have not Folds (S), Ike! Honey (3) .'. W. taro High fit'hool| Siholarslil mid attested by City Clerk J. FCrms. day by Mitchell N. thaw, newly
to his shop In the Budd Cigar reported to please do so by Friday Cone! (2)) and W. J. Day ((2)). Official Count Fund, a Greensboro. Klwanla spnnsored The subdivision Is locate Installed chamber" prHidrnl.I .
building Saturday morning to pickup of this week since another TV! awards are given u part project. nnrtl. of line city swimming poolIn This I I Is the first county-wlile
a lawn mower. The Negro drive by the Gadsden County of the Florida Forest Service The money her this project wa tow vicinity of the pnfxisec' drive to be conducted since :the

helped Mr. Grady load the r..ower Chamber of Commerce is expected Safety Program, which promote Of! Registered raised mainly from proceeds o 4 new high school.InmanJuhiMon. chamber of commerce went' court
on Mr. Bryant's vehicle For this next week and Ills not a ROOd safely for employees and for the lie First !Shade Leaf Golf! Tournament Motor Companywas ty-wkle last year With the enllr
Martin was tipped 50 cents by situation to have the two drives public they r "'.. All the award held on September 28, al declared ta hWilcr to fumsh county: now working as a unit the
Mr. Grady.Mr. overlap. winners agree that they do not Voters 12,816 the Crescent Lake Country dub, the Department" of Public caroler of commerce Is lookingto
Grady said that his assal If you have not made your' report eel safe enough to rink carelessness Attapubnis, Gmrgia This was a Safety two new police cars.. Two all Interestsagricultural.. In-
ant saw Mr. Bryant pay for the you are asked to do so by contacting and will compete among Grtrnshoro I Kiwanis\ project headed old crulsrrs. will he trailed in fur (hut rial and rnnmierclal to
repairs. made on the machine and the United Fund office In themselves to pile up more ace "' An official count of the number up by the Rev Jack Yelvlng' a dltfi-retK-e uf lt4J.T4. join hw'hrr providing I adequatf >
evidently decided to pull a rob--the Cltlwns Bank building. Or dent free years.SYLVANIA. of I'I'ItI.tel't'd'lICe" In Cadaden ton committee! chairman The Final plans of the proposed new funds "In. broad program
bery. He said the man pulled off you may see the worker that I County was made this week and champlomhlp night was won by Qty 1U11 were presented to the AWAIU) Anne lit economic OVveliHiment for the
his shoes after entering the build. brought you the pouch In the first CHURCH reported to tics Secretary of State i Bubba Popprll of Havana. Commission by Robert Davis soil Suber. dsughter of Mr. and Mrs county A goal of 120,000 has
dog and slipped up the stain to place or get In touch with the A total of 12,818 names are now Malcolm Smith Earnest Daub of the archllectur- Floyd Sutler placed secitid In been art A county-wide tsgsnltalion *
the second floor machine shop c: h al rm an. Francis McCall. SETS HOMECOMING on the books. Greensboro Kiwanis president, praisedYelvington ohe .I firm of llarrett, Uaffin and the Home Kcmiomk'pmlect of reporting! to Mr. May will

where he was working alone. "Theman : Please attend to this matter at Homecoming has been plannedat Supervisor of Registration J. and others!' for a Job Bishop of Tallahassee, Contractors the 1904 Florida 4II hub HcOKnltlun get Its niierallnit liatructtuns at
came up silently behind me,once so that we ran reach our the Sylvania Methodist Church love llulrhlnson reported that superbly. done. lie also welcome are. now being contacted sail J'r and caught a mug around me with goal" the Fund official urged. this Sunday. there are. 8,143 white Democrat. the local teachers. and told them hid opening date has been set for achievement was based on her Monday, (Vtober 19 at T::30 am.
both arms before I knew anyone 1 11 4.304 KugroDemocrats' ISA whit how much appreciated Wednesday. Nov. 18 at 1 pm. at over-all 4.H record covering her "I t the Jt'ffrrstti House. In Quln y.
at the everyone
was around. He took my wallet I Quincy PTA Sets o'clock The guest service speaker will be Thomas Republicans, 143 Negre Republicans the work they are doing with our he dly bail. six years as a 111 dub mem The drive Is to be a bills type
knife and keys and then placedthe After church and 40 Independents regis boys and girls. A reiniest tar a sanitary sewer her. She II11I11I'11 Delegate' drive with seven group chairmen
blade of the open knife againstmy Cox of Climax, Ga. tered. He slated that the eeti line on McCee Street was spimwd for tow Juniper Jumper'* 41 delegated oversee tow cttvtttet
neck and ordered me down the 'Back to School'Program dinner will be served on therounds. matt made last week was a lithe I Dean Stone who gave a must Inspiring M was a request fur tics Community (iub. II 29 two-man teams who wll. conlact -

stain. to the cigarette machine high and that a clerical error talk to the Kiwanls and Sty' Manager to attend me Fhir --_ l the prrtIlIfI.....
which he forced me to ope. Ijimmied Oct. 20A The chul'l'ha located near made In a report couple 01 their honored punts couldn help Ida Municipal League meeting In In announcing hi. team captains'
nit rrmlnlsoe of his days as i aGreenalwru acksnnvtlle Oct 25 26 and 27. OrientationFor
it open but there no i Faceville Ga.Forestry yearn ago resulted In Chatta I : end sollcltiirs May pointed out the
money in the coin box H'th- "Back U School" night has Hwhee'a Precinct Nine having school tesrlier and A discussion was held on the mnortance it a surcmful meiivmhlp
took me in an adjoining, room' been slated by the Qulnry Parent ReportThe approximately 400 lees voters than the great Impressions different mor condition 1 of the Athlcllenlielldd. Now Scout delve for the IDdt IS year
eachers. Association 7:30 Tuesday people made on his own life. He rest at Curry
at ronms
He said
where he locked me In a cooler was figured.! the cant which Is row under .
evening, October 20 In the Glld den County Forestry; dmltted that Ureeranuro atoll City Manager Harliert Gregory :draws
for made this week actual
"I stayed In the cooler approximately in was an Leaders Held ,hamber nf conimeroe Its
woods fires
five minutes, then I school auditorium. This Is the Service reports no of one, two, three, count and was as holds a big spot In hie heart. In was asked In mntm-t t flchonl Rip funds exclualvely/ from memhof.4ilp .
first meeting of the and evryone's the past seven days. peaking, directly to the teachers' rlntentent Max Walker mnrernng -
king size bottle of year near to bring correct U be felt .
picked up a I ot An orient stlivi nf 4111ooacpra \ dues and aupplemrntary gifts
new 1I
woods fires since January 1141 told thrin tliey had an Walker .
and attendance eppwa"tunlty the matter. He and Mr.
Coke from a crate In the cooler! membership this year totals 25 burning 43.1 was humanly possible.Precinct and a renpunslblllty to do was held at Presbyterian liiwshlp >.1. from those who are anxious" to see
: Ture-
Is urged.A Inspected premises
the door with the emergency 13 Quincy la still the effmllve cHamlwr of rnnmercen
opened ,
Number of woods fires reported and Hall Thursilay morning .n
for cres. great things with the boys remedial
handle on the Inside andwalked I cots of separate high school program students par-has at this lAme time! a year largest In the county with 1,211 girls they worked with dally. The'day sires m haven taken. mea with Mrs.. Ruth Spencer it Ma. (iMWI<>n County. We cannot
out, thinking he was gone added to Jl. burnlp 3291 names on the book. This number anna, trainer of leaders nf Apa- txpm-t our chamber at commerce
ago up etching pmf 'ulon ls a
them very
He was Just outside the door so I been planned to Inform Deludes 1.174 white Democrats. and Dr. 1....... lend Scout Council, In tu prulu worthwhile results U
cres. rewarding 1I0bl.1
tilt him against the bead with the new course changes, schedules and rainfall reported In the ,434 Negro Democrats, 40 white one added. very Bywater Heads .....rp. we rustrtii Its activities by with
to No was
to give the opportunity
bottle which broke on ImpactWe for the week. Republicans and SB Negro Re The Southern Scholarship Four Others assisting. with the meetng tinkling hinds or making mlnlmurnnuntrabutkxe.
then started fighting! and I meet the new teacher. Quincy are past publicans. There are 12 :ndelendents I .Of
Mrs. Robert (lanker,
atlon i* M up for upper Quincy Clergy were
Jabbed him several times with WOMAN'S CLUB In this group. students who lack netvsury nelghbivlNiod chairman; Mrs.. I I\ "".. pnnrmra of HivMy
the sharp end of the bottle. He Precinct I, also Quincy, la second 10 go to Florida State 1r&l1C'1 The Rev John Bywaler was reelected D. Woodward, Jr, trnup arganuv penned! fur the chamber during
bit me in several places during the largest In the county with a -- president of the Quincy ere; and Mr*. Sum McCall, tnxconsultant. Ills nest year," M,. May con
., scuffle but due to the large totalC 1,901 white Demount, Ministerial Association at a regular \ I tuiued, "calls for Investment -
mount of blond m my clothes his Mrs. E. V. Fisher Will Be aol Negro Demorrala, M white New Philadelpha meeting, Tuesday. The new Remit leader are Mr. red an expemllture a nf appro

teeth would kind of slip off In-" Republicans and 2V Negro Repub- Other" offkwra named fur the Francis McCftfl, Mine Margie NMilrty 120,000. 'J'hiaI consld.erably .
steed of cutting Into my flesh lean* with five Independents reg, Services To Be new rue were: the Rev Timothy homsJ, Mr*. J. R. Oiannler, mire money than has .bumprovKM
stated Mr. Grady. stered.dattahnochee. r.I.w-'re' president the R.... Mails Sulier Mrs. Jolinsliii to the chamber ta tiepeat
Continuing .he tale of his harrowing Precinct t, has Guy Wsite-sn experience Mr. Grady said Guest Speaker Friday ,844 white Democrats, 41} Negro inducted In the/ It... Curt Bonrercoondnlaor .. W.".. Uultram and Mrs.. ( was paying lor entne
that he finally threw the remainder la while Republicans of the_Radio Oispel. Urrts.. .< the Industrial work thai U done
of the bottle away when It became nineNegro Republicans and ---- by the chamber, The lnlncnmlngbudicH '
so small It was useless. In II Independent qualified to vote New SanctuaryThe must make puttee. for
(Continued en Page Two) Mr, E. V. Fisher of Tallahassee In tot coming election. Ito chamnrr to Keadi out and .... '
I will be guest speaker at the New Philadelphia Presbyterian Tigers Outplay Bulldogs I I'
QuIncy Woman's Club on Friday, The voter list for Predtvt 4, Uv 'ly solicit axhllUnneJ Intueuleeand
October 18 at the regular month- lavana, jumped 111 In number Churrh will move thIs wwk bus Mrs. ShepardTo sine the primaries In May. White Into the new sanctuary bated still prow 1ct funds for the normal
,,If meeting of the club. "National )emirral* climbed from 19V In near Sunset Acres on South Adams iyerstket, (* the rhamher oft ....
She will discuss" May to B48 u of 0<1. 1, while reel.TV. Ourpast membership delves have
Attend this others conference. Conference.I II held Rack In year the the figures fur Negro DrnwuTstsurnpcd first worship service will be But Defeated By Speed barely raised ewsigh rwney Hi
In New from a total of 203 I.tday siducted In the new church this keep the offk In Honolulu aldorf York This Astoria Mrs.Hotel Fisher was to a present total of .... !unday with the congregation ottill' we I'1" going. to raise: enmigh money *
year There are 21 white Republicansand VIM rresbyteruui Church as so we ran take pmlllve: on
eligible to attend because of thelille 21 Negro Republican regieered visit .... By f..... JsimwTlmce rurtive step to Improve floCkMtlmHl .>
Hawaii and the National Exten she received at the Chamber The original) structure located Inuernuntown UNICEF Set Welter
there, arcunang to Hutch- Spurts ( en lags Twe)
.tom Homemaker Council will d the House of Representatives in
will be moved
neon's Fur ttie fourth In a mwQulncy -
welcome more than 00 Floridi the State Capitol on April 2, 111M. L reprt.Greensboro game
home demonstration members and when she was named "Floida'IMother se Precinct 12. now used as an educalkmal and tel October 28 By High'* linen have km- "xchonqe Club
Inwship building until new facilities
has a total of 722 registered\ votn mated the sUUsllc column sail
ten at their husbands later of the Year. Govern
the award Of these coo are white Democrats can be erected lunund the yH have managed only tics win
Funs made Church Plans Outlined
month. Bryant. and 109( are Negro Democrats court west of the new 1A11I11111')'. I GroupsThis this Mason In falling to unde-
Heading the Florida delegations presentation.At while the Republican have The building committee was Maid Live Oak 211 FmWynlgtri.
largest ever to attend a the National Conference she I/nil P 'h cha.. year UNICEF Day Or-
s- II while and 1 Negro registrants. composed of National Extension Homemaken was In competition with ""' 0Iher1 here I* one while Independentregistered man, Route Mitchell J. K. GIBbet titer 21 will I become special council meeting will be Mrs of the Year" from every state lathe ta the prednct. Tommy White Mrs. Burylninam for many children here In Qulncy lielutal of 110 yards islnrdUve .
O. F. Shepard of Quincy. prest Union and In this content she Precinct 2, Jam"""". records and Mrs. Steve SUiwIU when they go and ring doortMllso Auk s.cartel fur 247 rushIng -
dent of the Florida State Homi won out U one of the "Ton Five"and reflect IT while Democrat 77 Serving on the gmunds enmmlt- sav the live* of ks fetnsatebrys and ..ny! 13 pawing' bee a Labor Shortage
Demonstration Council. received a national citation. Negro Democrats five white Republican I tee were Mrs. M. Timothy Hder, and girl ta other parts of Mai of 27K yard, The Tigers

A chartered bus ls leaving St Mrs.. Fisher was born In Mar- -----.. I and one white Inde chalmuin. IV* dmllh. Mre RnecoeItchrll the wortrtTh also had the ....e In ttie first .llane to rope with wspettedlapse ]
Petersburg October 11 for LaAngeles. fie South Carolina attended Az'bury pendent.Prednct. and Mrs. W. B. Gilbert youth fellowship of th* Con. down department IS-13 but two rfwirugnest peer wreouillnH
netsE: V. Fisher
From Los Angeles they College! In Wllmore, Kentucky 1, Cmt..... has It* A dedication aervtre will beheld enary Mrthndlst. Forest Hills Hulld *- halfback Kendall lion by flam Lamar al the
trill fly to the convention in Hono and later graduated I fromHonda I white Democrat, 39 Negro Democrats In the near future and all MetrnrilM and the First Pushyrerlaa and Joiinny Hurst had too much ;.s< lulu. October 2 -30. Southern I College In lakeland Tobacco four white Republican rlrnrh will be Invited to the churchee, are the' organuer spinal to be cuii'lrwd aniund ends day.
Mrs.. Herbert Post of St Peter Her husband .Is the Adminrator Group (tuetbWKC' w rf Twe) ,worship errvlre led by the minister of the Trick or Treat lie and on punt rerum lAma, wh to executive acrre
burg first vice president of DM of the Florida Milk Commission the Rev. M. TlrmKhy Kktrr. UNIfKT program lacy of the Slur leaf liwuvlaOnn,
It started like this, and K waspnrrfy
"TVy will be proud to part Id- staled, Me rumwrn, l.
Council primary
State Home Demonstration and they have two dxightrs Plans Annual much the wane al
At the Theatres world greatest effort story with Ub.ethat Is. the ptwevmrnum
and coordinator of the trip, and several grandchildren.She patechUden the andrvnHvod
TB X-RAY UNIT night Quiniv will II.
to save rhlklrm, of Ubnr bwplng labiirand
.' culture
that Ha history
said known for her
will be ts widely October This Week HERE SATURDAY these youth said. "They kwiwprovide ttie opening Urkolf be- svtllmwnt of OtHmnm be
and hcAqlltalil generously B-B-Q
work organizing and supportingdonor I' will glmlng a delve fruit Uric own '
Interspersed throughout theconlrl'ftll'l that eery receive 1_ labs and the farmers)
a registry In Tallahaaee c't:1. II whist ft bogged down al
program.In for the North Florida Eye Bankwith Annual meetings of the Florida'Georgia At the Leaf Theatre bray Is"The The M.Me n Rely I'aII fortune Uve Oak's 40. Gary Itireh punted nn the I.SOO sates bi this a,..
will 0w ("*"* younfclers In more than 100 teas whk-n the rouwlaniin baa
addition to the usual stats 'headquarters In Gainesville cigar wrapper totacco Morn Spinners within will be parked en to Mr 7 ail lUnrtsU It" over
report and workshops m publicity and continues "her service In. this growers and packer will be held play Friday and Saturday alsri.Featured IHMM tqmn tan I to >l tote Bided. by the Vntfd Nalinti returned bai* lo (,Qulnry 3)II )jrtadUHnn.Inlmhwl.

International relation, health (held of activity as a member Thursday Ottohrr 22 at 7 pm. on Saturday also will usMlwday.. Otktr -n' Foist"UN1(7 its* Man play t>r the Dull- by pmcraoi fnalr
and leisure tune Interests, the delegates of the TalknaiM and North at the Sawano dub according ID be "The Young and the Brave. All pains. are .rs..4 to hereIre. Trv '"r Tresses win dots to mire U Ift WUIIamonptrlwd man Fart BtMenhnll, Lamar
will hear Dr. Lloyd Davis Florida Eye Saab Coundl.toough the Cigar Leaf Tobacco<< Foundation Sunday, Monday and Tueeitsy will rheol X.,.,. M 'TI be MrntlflMl by the twinge aM up I, 4 and yard, then U* x| plans to Inrrnae the enuny -
administrator' of the federal) E* her efforts help was en- President Sam McMillan and be "bonking For Love rats to ....... Itmutj tf Mark label around their half pint Mwiy llursl ran : remaining I labs: The use of migrant .la*'

tension Service. Dr. Margaret Sited from the Tallahassee Urn Type 82 Control CanvmtU Coals'mans I At the Hill Drive-In Friday 4 Me WclMt to.... ..... milk cntitalnen. Kfim Oaths. JO be the !.*nduwn. Purrh punid tit. esrhanflng srsne it liadsdm
Browne. director of borne ecxiwmlc > Cub the star of Tallahassee Mo. Bub Gardner. and Serurdey win be 'For Thisw Tlw adM wee ..a...*iM to bets nnmmlrlee. rhalrmui planted nut. two other time thug wsot the lam wnrlme on a swap bosh
programs. Federal Extension '' mortal Hospital and the T. M. Hiixllicry The Foundation will have It* Who ThInk Young" Also featured q.....y pal ........,. M They win be escorted ';'J:: liNt hall putting the pujslui an with the citrus gmwers Hi lnuflarllJI'Ida.
Service w U speak to the to setting up the donor Annual ltar'Ii Qur at I eckrk will be 'The lag Risk. Featured ... to ainrtiselfsl bookie Ors W discs In snag groups the UuU V I. and bh Urnrsiv the esUbUshmenl of a
national council which will attract reg sti. Her Interest this service allowed by the regular business on. Sunday will be '''-In' N kM to p...,.. Ne V*.... and rpreitMe .......,*., Only IM Oem
tome 3,000 club member Ironevery resulted train her own experience meeting and program. At the ,0JuIInL- .. -. --!thelasd- eai res* J'A "'__ sig of tie epHMng and cloning
slate la the Union.Following as a rraptmt of two corneal ranrhuson of this meeting the Late In ... surd quarter 0* dates of white stasis so Nat the
the meeting newly trawptants after her sight was Type 83 Control Committee ef the, tiger .JWeCI Live Oak al the Muth will be fr We to M* t. thearresting

all the delegates will visit cuter impaired by a rare diaeaae. Marketlr Agreement and Order 21 ,.14 kne, but nvanmits laM ef the kibaece crop.
Wand where they well will conduct Its meeting and eteo The guest speaker, btuuiM out
Hawaiian lineMra. .ktmpui
Through die years they npitaOLwd en a break > .
IWvflrttingpMtes. Don of new cimunltlre to serve that .ppllt'aIWt .inns alf l, bun
entertained a
be Tallahasseeshe UurneH al Die
jaW Flxhef has lived In >< a pus .
picnk p and an orcWd has bee* moat active In cUircb for the neat two )ftI'S.The gutnry M. On thrlr fir* play mail to the sired hoard |nr lea the*
Ornmuttee ef ekvea III. fVMant dnml fcr
m and their group and .ta now serving Control from srrtmmac BM sewed ever mg
that II club and ek-ven alternate ef InMlng a work ya tramp
bits- Post nays u President members are attending from F1*> Memorial Hospital Auxiliary *; to made tIP of three gruwer. t 13-0 at telftime.QulAry bi G WMI County 9'r

rtUs County aloe Wher couft'and Vice President of the Woman s Sew I givni kmOtn and oat H.>.n Mt LIve Oak ....te boys.Appllratixi.
ties sending repreen tallWl III- Society of Christian Service bands*. arorelne Ih Ihu4 perked cunsMUnlly k being made to
code Manon. Manatee. Law.IflUsborough. .!the Tallahsis District of :|j I iJjpa stovvW eras runmnt have the white srWs* ep'dfl5.ref
Dade CUrus. Bre- Methodist Churrh.Mrs. PILAU SUPPER net the /lllfl<1Ie. then" sAM clnMng d.w chanced to ertnnfa >

*ard. Alachua and Gsdndeft be. I U !. WUtts. chairman of The Peotercetal Hulurm Caserrfcof rIM ef Ret? oats manMng with the tuhwre harvest .*-
The Florida (WeganonwUI I Home Life Committee will Introduce Quincy will sprnareettckee Nt yards to pe*** with a god liar added
mrt by the bus ta *. \ the gueat speaker, ..... FWier pllaa supper M the AmrrirajiLrfM mixture uf Muetnc emt funning
and WIll return to F'kwsdat.Deis and preceding her addrea* Will for Thunder Oct. 22, play. NM hove tarried lr. Pvl.SalliePoston
Nowm.brr I. Two days beCoil,prnmt a La-II'I' Quartet enmpnsM from I.30 a a 00. Sisal I yard ever the rN *leIwtweMi
devoted to sightseeing b of Mrs. Naek phUp' *. Mss H Plate will be delivered and guerd weal te tie wink abide

tome. ___ R. Kncstd Mrs. J. IX Warn 'members of the Masco are *... (I u(smog up Wg enough tor a Visits In County

and Mm. Fed Jones Ia to musical tag flcketi a. U r. dive lad trek to drive tI\tt.Icb. rVt Mile Pnetmi.: II year oM
Suzanne Fletcher numbers. The Bete of StMarys' I bars tmatlfd and want ttctwttcafl I After renewing Ihe alck/rff A. ..... Mrs.
Malta Honor Roll by Adams' and Sidle 827-M04 JaM E. TU. (i.vwaanee County buys beganmsci the 1,5.tub JPiacslMt

ins the ftmgty Brahms. I +| eutride and ..... rVaarrf. fmMi l b>... imbibing
Howe Rod enjdmts The bolnres snston e( the limb Malt tMns are $I. d hrldns's with
U* wU > again arvtng, In IT* fnltM. HX. Marine Corps
summer .eWl at siwnsred SWsoa D) (wUI betas at eleven .rckx* with Me. (II! lane tram M yafde cut lie- ell SrMmN W M Psrrte U-
versrty km am .!(Mrs. Oman .-u. iraddral.PUdge w..uale the pest Water 1. CPvt .
Ma Barbara I21 ROM.whe ban Rt>*beentry vTfcrre pn'id"g' Pl >d
are One work A total of 130 IBM were toavHbks '' taurn Scholarship rouMaUeB. by Edward n*> ch -. preeidvat o< &. Cif-.toro I lex ef readLWu fhe, past eiwpl.c weeks visiting

died IX n fEw erudrtt their wins W U MAt'I SACtVnrt by" Aubvns Uaweratty 21 Scbool ScholoisWp fund at a Eiwanif Taxxhe Apfvtcioton low tail the ........* lemaMnf.iJkwny ........ awl rebtlvse. pine wtarrpnrl

&radra. ..... ef Qusary was:IralffaMn si else end ef Writ' week In Gf mbora Maoey wa raUed matarf iron proceJed* of Ih* first Shad Taykr came .* to ns tile back to her assigned at*.

Samnr rVMirf ef Gr eenrawMeneef ',lamm. t. ...... ftcnw Nol Whet t% 2S.Ansseig Leaf God 7ourDame tbowa from left to rVghl are die Rr. Jack Yelvbtytoe. cbakf- .._ ef Ubnty" end wa* tot, tern at Harris blend en let 17
avofa." M deurr I JmrphRdwaH MH by Dane aVinnlm. snskmit I I Mine fatan .skid the Women'sMartiM
Aase win pha EpsUw ate.rybrgl I I'I' agnat ors of commine M Tl tcber. Dean t.on.. oad Malcolm Saotfh.i !(
the briar log acronflng to Ma' bMwnPy at .. *rtbe but I ran gold toarBametil ; ( \ ball knee sad tato w..o.u.r'i to July. She to a 1M4
> fail Qaartrx. Pi. fceldel Gt..uboro Xlwoata QuA Photo by MartIA..1NdJo ti.Hai.S- esj rap Two| |I craoJuaII at QUUMV 311gb ***

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Gadsden Cancer Red Cross Says teems am made up of: picked up 130 and Johnny Hun

Team t1-; Junmy Auman, Phi 1 01 fcr 230 of their total yards. MEEKLY CROSSWORD I
Davis. i- C W. Thomas Travel Oddities
Society Officials Hurricane Hilda : ACKOSH! DOWN 21. Hair [ b'iliioM ON
Jr., George Bales; team 3- Ed It any Quincy miscue hurt the on
1.Kind of
1.Moved In
ward Fletcher, Murray Spooner, final outcome, It was the second horse's v
Attend MeetingThe Cost $2,000,000Hurricane team 4- Tom Cumbie, Ken Mark. water tea cake
ham, team t- Norman McMi period pan Interception that put I. Famous 2. Brief neck a QoUTHCRH SPASM
22. Pneu
Ian, Doc Maonn; team 8Demp- Wt Oak In good field position at boat expression h MASTS THE OLDEST
Gadsden County Unit at I the Hilda relief builder 3. Win maUo
opl'n'tlona sty Cain, Bob Young: team T- our 38, then scoring on the next tube CONTINUOUSLY INHABITED CITY
American Cancer Society will bP of the Red Cross are M dark 9. Slat of receptacle
officially represented at the Society peeled to cost around $2,000,000.Paul Plemmoni, Hubert 8 Van play. This I'm HIT must have unconsclousntss- 4. Duck 23. Iweep' IN tUROPf. CADIZ, NOW A
Landlngham, team Albert
s State Division Annual Conference given them a great Slightly log WAS FOUNDED
M. Moore, manager of I the Dixon, Lewis Gregory; team t-, psychological SEASIDE RESORT,
and Business netting in Southeastern Area, made ails! Everett Gay, Bill Dod on; team advantage at Mils point 10.Incltt cruyt: Impl. iN 1100 a.c. IN THE I IhiS CfNTUR"
Orlando October 16, 17 and 18, 11 colloq. m.nt
statement from operations headquarters Hourly IT HELD A MONOPOLY ON
10Eddie Dyal, Bill wood; t.aml 24. Out- Mrvw
Outstanding on defense for the 6 MeUlllO
ThoM who will attend art MI'I. In New Orleans! after an, 11Jim Ed Gilbert Carl Owenby 12 Abounds shoots TRADE WITH SOUTH AMf BlCA.
Lanter Richardson, preside, inspection tour of the nrganlutlon -i learn 12- Bert Morgan, Bill I' Tiger werei Jim Spooner with 14.Particle of rocks old or 29.Calms:
Gadsden County t Unit, Dr. J. W. '* operations with ARC Vice Crouch, team 13- R C ills, I tackle and 7 assists, Doyle ..ddillol7.5 Grow straw Scot.
SApp, Medical Advisor, Havana; President Robert T She of Love Hutchinson; team 14- Loins Forehand with 4 tackle and a IS Subdivision Evergreentret berry 30.Stream f raw
Will Ramsey, vI Dooner. Al Smith, team assist and Eddie Hall with 4 and 17.Behold 11. Possessed plants 01 water
: and Mn Fred Klbilca Spears, Wayne Buttram; team 13. Short 25. Seeds 21.Consumed
2. 18. Away:
District III Lay Director Moore said early survey by It- Ivt Scadron, Hal Davis: Offensively Neal Davis pickedup stockings of 13. Story
Th conference will begin on Rod Cross tram made so far team 17- Albert Kohnke, Bob 71 yard in 12 carries anti 19 City prefix Ind. it.C rim pus a 34. Sagacious \ **" r *J
Friday evening with burine mainly In eight coastal parishes (>me ; team 18- Fred Hodges lank Burnett completed 11 of 23 20. 'Gun- 19.Team fabaceou 30 Perish PO? WJuoriecrrtwWOUDE
meetings railed for member of of Louisiana show this storm de- Toward Thomas; team It- Fran pawn, good for 14V vards.Qulncy smokt" 20. Copenhagen herb 38 Malt I I TANGIER. ITS CASfMH,

the Society State Committees ruction: 112 houses destroy Higgins. Honey Cox, team 29- tack. ..* the Taylor County character maUve 3T.Place beverage r A CLUSTER Of HOUSES I
Registration for the regular 11'I' 2,600! with major damage, 11,4211 J. C Illnmn. Dan Miller: team Bulldogs from Perry here tomorrow 21.Refuse of I AND MARKET*WAS ONCE
lion will atari at 8 clock Saturday with minor damage; one house 21- Ernst Bletenholz, Inn Allen; night at Corry Field grapes !
trailer 151 with major tram 22- Jack Richardson, Jim A WALLED FORT. AIR FRANCE,
morning and the conference tr'wI Kick off time I II slated for 8 22.Small nail ,
will be called to order at I a.m, damage, minor dame Campbell; team 23- Earl! WUli Perry 1* undefeated In four p.m. 23.Mark, u THE WORLD'S LARGEST AIRUNIt
The Gadsdei County repreienatlvea age; seven boat destroyed, .2 Everett Morrow; team 24- Ned knocked off Cairo last gamesand week caitlt FLIES JETS FROM
will participate In genera) with minor damage; 127 farm Hlnson Sam McMillan; team 25- 107. 28 Golf t a PARIS TO TANGIER

and pedal sessions at which the building destroyed and 800 with Phil MtMullen, Bill Montague and courses CASA&LANCA AND RACSAT.iL .
Society' pant year's cancer content damage. At least 25,000 famlll team 24- John Snipes. The yardstick 26 Attepof

programs will be evaluate sustained property losses. I Live Oak Qulncy a ladder27.Unadultetr 1
and new plane presented for 11II' Principal expenditures, Moor First down 13 15
panted J and Intendfled project pointed out, will be In supplementing StruggleConfirmed Rushing yardage 247 181 lied 11 a
stricken families' resource Passing yardaiU 141 28 Ilnll.unit
will be
Two keynote speakers for home reconstruction and refurnishing Pauses attempted S 23 29 Trick
featured during the conference. ( tram rage One) t t is
restoration of nail, Pauses completed 2 II I SO Sun god
Charles S. Cameron, M. D., pmIdent .family businesses which are Pane Intercepted :2 (2 Ahead
Hahnenunn Medical College one the meantime the Negro had lot by 0 6 a
Philadelphia the family' main source of Income lit Lnife, Punts 3 38 3-35 53. I.Am.
and Hospital, help In paying for medical Fumbles 0 2 monkey
authoritieson The Negro finally got the upperhand t
Is one of the foremost of th. and tooccupational rumbles lost 54 Humor -
and are storm Injured, of Mr. Grady and took him 0 i
the total cancer problem
need give Yards S3 Decoration _
Help penalized 10
In a w
has gained world-wide recognition Into an adjoining building
will be gift, without obligationto for valor -v--
ai author of the book, "The Moor said. search of sane material wit floor* by quartan ST.Unsophisticated V'NE FRENCH RYERAYJRNMMBATHES
Truth About Cancer" E. Cuyle repay, which to bind the white man i J 3 4 Totals s r NEARBY SHORE AND SKI SLOPES. NICE,
Hammond PIC D., National Dl When none could be found he stated
rector of !Statistical Research. Men's Rally At "I think 111 just Un you I Oak 7 6 0 14 27 8 39.Little stream s .o ORIGINALLY AN ANCIENT GREEK PORT IS NOW A JET CENTER.

American Cancer Society, heads always have wanted to kill a white Otherwlss AIR FRANCE HAS DAILY SERVICES FROM NEW YORK TO NICE,

up the mtlon-wld Spear Cancer State Caverns man anyway because I'm a Black 41.Observes FRENCH CARAVEUE JETS ALSO FlY FROM NICE TO PARIS,ROME,
Prevention Study, considered to Muslim" LONGS FOR PALS 42.Prophet LONDON CORSICA. ATHENS AND II OTHER CITIES! n)
be the moot extensive ilatlatlcal I Grady said that at times he was
Near Marianna Griffin Ca. Walter K. Vlck-
kind undertaken. .
study of its ever unconscious and remembers corning
ert, longing for his friends he
The conference will adjourn .t I to his senses one time while' left behind In prison
I p."". Sunday after an official The Men' Fan Rally of the lying on the floor. "That man brick through window, hurled *
a i h
announcement of the new ilat of Men of the Church nt the Florid 'was still there, glaring down In the
volunteer officer who have been Presbytery will b* held it Mart my face. I knew he was going to post office. Police promptly arrested ? ?
Vlckert His ( D IT'S A FACT!
elected to guide the cancer control -anna Caverns Wale Park near kill me because he kept aylnghe his pal may have plan backfiredDamaging to tee. *&nn .......bjr Thompson
activities of the Society In Marianne on October 24 bednningt was going to do m* like I did
Florida during the coming year. 8 pm., EST. Maston ONea, him, tJd use: broke bottle) eral offense I pott and office he might Is a landIn fed THE OniCllt OF DUNGAREES> rr ftiff

of Balnbrldge, recently nominated on me. I him go ahead and a federal prison.
NHS Honors for Congress, will be the principal\ kill me but please not to put mp I On m LITTLE SCAFARiNG TOWN orDHUNOACtC.
oeaker. In the steam room because J'd '
Other slated to make talks are slowly burn to death The team TAME FISH .INDIA ,e NtS r / Opt e

New MembersAt Rev. Ralph McCuMII, former room was nearby and I was hoping A COARSE COTTON TANK WAS WOVEN
minister of the New Philadelphia he would decide to do Jusat Queen Charlotte Sound, New AND IBID FOR TENTS AND SsXS.

Banquet Presbyterian Church, QuIncy and !!> He pulled me over, opened Zealand Wally Ker has been SAILORS WON MADE WOCKTROUSCR5
the present pastor of that church, the door, pushed me In and locked feeding the fish In water around
Rev. Timothy Elder 1 the heavy door from the out- ,bin home fur so long that h* has FROM TILE MATERIAL
' The National Honor Society of A barbeque supper will w lide. He didn't know that there mad pet of them. Some art so AND CAILED THE TPOUSEW THUMGAKESyr
the Quincy High School held its served was an emergency latch on the tame that he ha lifted them out r
annual Tall Banquet In Prethyterlan inside, It was pretty hot In there of the water In his hand I -ri

Fellowship Hall Sunday, TalksAt but I tuck it out until I was sure
following church services Fletcher h* was gone Jien I came out and
At tills time, the new memberswho called the police station, Grady DOG GETS FIRST AID '

were tapped In assembly Frl Civic Club related Tranto Italy When doctors ALL THf FATE mS UN MO STUDS

dAY were taken Into the society Mr. Grady said mat u well uh finished giving\ two patients first f.c USED 11 POWDER-ACTUATED TOOLS
They an Plan Montague More ,Harold Howard Fletcher, member d could figure the Negro first\ aid, they noticed/ a dog waftingnext IN A JWGU TWO WERE LINED UP TIP TO TIP

Strickland. Jean Gilbert, Clayton the Quincy City Commission, nl grabbed him at 11:45.: It was In line The dog howled for THEY WOULD SPAN THE UNITED STATES
Clement. George gust speaker at the Monday 1:45 when h* Balled the police, Mention and the doctors found T--
Bill Neweomb, Jimmy / FROM NEW YOU TO LOS ANGELES-"
Muncie IIIPatrtcU meeting of tiN Qulncy Klwanls making the bloody fight last approximately a deep cut on one leg and treated .
Taylor, Lamar die two hours it. The bandaged dog AND BACK AGAIN/,
Jar Wilson::1 Club, lie gave a resume of wagged .
Parramore, John 1964.85 city budget, a report rfrogreat Ray Burke of the Department Its tail In tr Jibs and left
Graves Williams, Carolyn
of Public Safety took Mr Grady
made by the city in recreation
101I, Charles Gardner, FrancesSuher and assisted\ Deputy
streets, sewer lines another to the l hospital
and Rick Emhry LM AND CROPPresident
Robert Martin In the Investigation '
also showed
services.\ He
Mill Patsy Wood president, peepiled. .
the club members I large artist'ssketdi \ Johnson, If elected, u
Following! the blessing and dinner of the proposed IIIW city The officer reported that It was hopes to go to Europe Novem- i h 1 rv b N
an inspirational devotionalwas hall and gave an insight u to the I simple matter to trail the ICIIt1IeavPl' her or December to meet with u7 ,
and business session door plans of the building three buildings;: \ and two floors leaden and representatives of the :
hrld.given Mr. Fletcher was introducedby and tit* blond that wat on the floors fourteen other NATO countries 1 LUOPIS OF aAS

The colors blue and gold were C L. Fowler, program chairin. spattered against the wills robbery H. also Indicated he would like MEMDERS OF THE LLS NAVY, ,
th attack and
Used In the decoration. Flowers Following lit meet with the Soviet Premier.No COAST (WARD AND MERCHANT MARINE 7 "
the Negro I ii said to .have
dalsle and blue Jimmy Taylor and George plan, on what the President
deep gold
Mr. Crtdy't
members of the Qulnry lllgh taken
and golden md. Blue bert, wtlllra to accomplish, have been
ageratum < his getaway, going out toward A STANDARD WORK UNIFORM.THK Jusr
and gold crept paper streamers School Key dub, were gues the sclosed < we of THESE STEEL MTSMK
and finally turning
Midway '
extended the length vehicle over. The Negro then entered DRIVEN INTO CONCRETE WITH A

Chairman of the food eommlttet. money and t watch, running away Now ARE WOW 6t MILUONS OF CIVIUWIS CAN HOLD UP rOUt COiltOl FOOTBALL TEAMS!
Two Accidents to nearby wood when an officerstopped Secretary Douglas Dillon 1* the ( FOR WORK AND PUY. THE
senior member of four-man THIS TOOL UTILIZES ENERGY OC Art
200 Attend nearby.Bloodhound a com.
Twos acrldent were report. ;I were brought: In mitts which 1 Is studying ways to INDUSTRIAL CARTRIDGE TO SET A FASTENER

Pitts Reunion Monday afternoon by the Quincy\ from Tallahassee and the fugitive improve protection of presidents.; INTO STEEL OC CONCWTf BY A SIMPLE
nartment of Public Safety was captured late' Saturday afternoon This committee Is to have recommendations PULL OF ITS TRICGCR.I .
Damage amounting to $2 IK bloody; In many and a budget In legls-
About 200 descendant of the wen caused! when a IBM Ford places! andreport that 70 lathe proposals ready to submit .
late Dotson Pitts\ gathered Acm driven by Jesse Beatles Jonei of stitches were needed to close the to the next Congress in January
day, Octulwr 11 at Gardner Hall Tallahassee struck a parked car Segro's wounds Ns will cover protection abroad
In Greensboro. fur the fourth annual on Madison Street at 1:45: Mmday John Waddlll of the Florida Pa. II well as In the United States.

PlUs Reunion. afternoon The parked veil.cl. role Commission, who Is handling
Gifts were presented Mrs wa owned by Robert Edward the pre sentence Investigation, '
Rlla Inman. Terry who Is 14, Lee of Qulncy.Jonei I stated Tuesday that Martin had CONGRE4S AD.IOt'R1'1OIIIIrta I I
the eldest woman present; to John was charged with falllnt been under his jurisdiction for the adjourned October t j

B. '1ow.1!, (1, Chattahoochee, the to have vehicle under control anhaving past couple of months and was and legislators will rush Into ('1mpalp -
eldest man; to John Larry Hnirt an accident. Investiganng apparently doing well under super oratory for the coming eleo-
Qulncy, ont month, the youngest authorities r"l'kf1 vision. He said the man had first lion In November Unless they
In attendance; and Id H M IVIr- Officers A. been convicted of breaking and are called Into a special session
son, Miami, who traveled the anilley. entering and petty larceny In Sep.tember by President Johnson Omgress
farthest. A second accident occurred 11\ 1956. receiving a five will not reconvene until January
There wet also relative from Jefferson Street at the Intersection year sentence. He was paroled In 4. The Congress was in
Tennessee, the Carolina and or South Stewart Street Two \'Phlc1P1 January 1839 In August, 1199, l session Jr8 months In 1(63 and
Georgia, as well as various points were headed north on S. the parole wa* revoked because nearly 10 month this year.
throughout Florida Stewart Street when the Drat vthlde. the Negro wt convicted of armed I
A welcome address was given a 19H4 half ton pickupruck robbery (a similar cane to the / / u
by Walter Smith, president of the driven by Thompeon Joseph on* here) and sentenced to 25 AC AND NATO
reunion, after whhh a brief business Lambert III if Havana, stopped years In prison. lie wa paroled
meeting was held for a traffic light While he was gain en March 31 of this year. Pnident Johnson and ManlloIraslo
The oldest living Hnrlv, Mrs waiting for the light to change NATO new secretaryeneral
filer Gllsaun of Balnbrldge Georgia the car rolled back and hit a second made a tour recently tothf
who la now 107 years old, vehicle, driven by Betty Blair Official Count headquarter of the Strategic
was unable to attend.A LlnH of Qulnry coining approximately Air Command near Omaha Ne-
picnic limn was spread at ISO In damages raska. Johnson said he bed a
the mam hour and during the Lambert wa charged by Public (OMiMmwd from rap OM) better understanding of the "In- Get this automatic Get

afternoon then was group singing Safety Officer George Handley and four white Independent qualified mate relation" between the two any of these

led by Floyd PUll, pianist. with fulling to take proper pr"rahtlas to vole tfente. DISPENSER '

Miss Peggy Gilbert and Floyd to avoid having an acci- Prednct S, Midway, now ha* a FABRIC SOFTENER 'IGGER THANTOYflNIMAlS LIFE SIlF
Pitt in charge at registration.
mere dllllt.
total d 249 on the registration Perhaps the most outstanding
books with 8< listed as white Democrats characteristic of an alcoholic iii, r.
ill u Negro Democrat his low ..1I..t...." He will how Makwdiaperslotur *
differentthings UNICEF
Happlneel tdds up to 1 two white Republican and 10 Negro ever, go to extreme to twines ,towels r
for every person 1 RepubUcnn other of hi* self-confidive. For flutter, lroning)

will (CwUiia'4 fmeji Fag dm) Precinct i, Wetumpka, now more Informatli on alcoholism, easier) +a+b
What off today
put I
you you a
boasts 141 white Democrat. 14 writ the Florida Alcoholic RehublUation :., CUT'
probably put oft again.WHO'S such "offldal' goodwill\ tmhasaain Negro Democrats, eight white Republicans : Program P. 0. Box '

... will he authorlnd to amoploolna two Negro Republican 1147, Avon Park.Politicians CUDDLY
far ITNICEF. I and two white Independent ( COlOItnJu
After the collection the "brats"will 1 Precinct 7. Sawdust 1M r::
I Up TOn
be counted\ at I Halloween" whit Democrats one whit Re- running for office
1 party held at Centenary MomotVstChurch. puhUan, 72 Negro Donmcrats find the campaign becomes moregrueling 7 7tt's
This party will be only and one Negro Republican l each year. New analyst : TAW
me of many around the nationt .1 Precinct I, iycamore 1T4, Edward p. Morgan said tn TV
It sx1'ce led that over thhelp white D nocrall. 31 Negro DemTttt Guide that It "torture the candidate
mlli on American children will three Negro *." General Elsenhower Mid when you buy thisFRIGIDAIRE
K UNIO on October M and ont Negro Independent..b\k'anIl during the usa campaign, "The
'The more the better," Kerne Precinct 10. ML Plea- 116 war wa never like this." !
Celtic said "All are welcome whit Democrats. (1 Negro Democrat eM',4rt tt WASHER --

to Join the fun and help with the and one white Republican.Precinct Never expert good (luck to makeup
THATKNOCKING collection." 11, Hardaway- U' for loafing\ 2 S Automatic buy thIs
Interested persons should I'mtact whUe Democrat. It Negro Democrat tool fRIGIDAIREyou
Mrs. Charles Brinks at ten and me whit RepubHcmn. Soak Cycle, !

notary or John ......... Mrs. Claw Precinct 14, Hlnaon n whit One election f"Ifrfour yean New Dee A-Jet ... Pampers
ence Foster, Mr. and Mm. R D. Democrats. 83 Negro Democrat, U nough. current*PI'Mtlesi your wash YOUr Clotheg with
AT MY DOOR? Woodward Jr.. advlaor one whit and two Negro Repubttn OOOMP Acttoncleaning.. tarts

Prednct*. IS, Grttna 207 white Nobody I* Interested h) your Fiction com *ut toot*. asY-. -r- r fIowinc Heat

Who's that blacking tl your ColCere. Democrat, 284 Negro Democrats excuse I even spoon string seldom snarl the :::: Nag acr..., rigid ..
loot I Own art ent of those r.'waal.
four white Republican three Negro yes .. I. J.t Asey lint
knocks during the teat couple of Republican* and nt white ....... dslge tar top de- i gssooth ruehlllet.nt r.nep.ecd. .
Wttks will be that of a tetra from ( ...n rap Ot ) The eU heal Industry has con I e Jet w"W. Ism EAMIeI Aetr'-
ffpfraCBt ,1d I
with 'base .bdtyt
by t apnttanre
Sur dNrcI\ hni County. I have pMged the tow :;- wehcld.wAsry for
aoconttnc the OU Fuel Institute a WnII
Wt'B sot be asking fur saythUg ftort* of the** 80 workers tn tills of J1 rida. It I* aa oUTirdIncinerator i Weees sake. Mt>r.sn f
Instead, .. want to alive y (,nM
par Sunday school and church enable u* to reach this goal" (cla.* d ... rage 0.) t4 of iweeptng*ppt.r.e: 149.95
Ow Sunday school Is taking t Sub community camel si part d a group of snlldtnn inhale Lamar reot.v.ting It at the Tlfer $L B ..r. e'sd't ses.rre
jnoath's special effort .. _tad Massey ft rhanahoorhe. P. W9heh took on* play lor Use Oak to susw ..... -J
thot who do lICIt now attend >r Jr. of Havana, and Kl<1>- SCOT with Maims Brady tossing LtW troth hurts people cite do
Swday school rcgvlsrly. Wt std Gardner, John HlIl, II, W. DSins a touchdown pass to Corky UMY not like to face fact* ,
hope jmfll' vliit M this _ilL Mantis Stylist and Jack team and Hunt convened Ice Ms

'There *r* tiattt Joe an id rickUnd ef Qulnry. II Seams third sucmsful won point kick Tht beet sprakef U VM better EVEN LESS WITH OPERATING TRADESTEWARTYOUNG
lM, bccon MIsr include a lUvsna trim made np oC th*
yaw Haut _hen W I* brief.
aeihbre by kcoming bet- f Wallace Shelter and Floes Arngton The touriktow mad It
and a Chattahoorhre tram stem __iM Uie K wa a lop.sided

tar .ogauated. cnmprWng Lamar Maatry, Wilde enntr.. MM Quincy cantatas Life would b*. ample If .\* "-
J. Smith and Jon Bradley. Kit*- ever thing, but the Bulldogs OM was a-
let Anembh/ef M Clwshhw. art Gardner will "heed a team to speed IJv Oak had to keep their
0sfhTtMi ftnwlUM contact major menilier tHhrr first seeing baa Isleld to att night
a 111. ruw teams will enver the Cremahiira. .repl kit on* play and ef their lost rradm of wit column are
.. Gn-tna, Qulncj ar** and those 247 yard rushing Randall Box unrecognised gentuae at that art. _

P.:1'! ;9'MRFrevery

pound of TABLERITE MEAT...is a pound of EATING PLEASURE!

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Mlct.d by ip.tt mitlmtn. HINDQUARTER I

TOWELS BLADE Saturday, October 24
CUD 7:30: P.M.
c Winners Need Not B*Present
To Wlnl!
Winning Number Will Be Potted
G' Rolls Roast In Window.
Register at Check StandICE
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES sented figures showing that the drop in average federal' THE CAPTAIN'S PLIGHT I BIBLE VERSE

employment for the 12 months ending in July was only
and COIIIIIIIIiAIr .lom f6ueinod3 Bui lint they Rave then OTrgwlven
1,009.. This .
TIE aUTTAllOOOftHfi TRIBUNE represents a discrepancy el more than 20, (o Um Lord.''
Published each Thuralay It 18 S Madison Street( 000. Since Senator Byrd's statistics as chairman of the I 1. Who wu Die author of the
A John H 1'frru Nes.paper Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Ex. above statement?
KgrTABLJSHK 101 xmditures have never been 2. Of whom wu he speaking3
Quill(')'. HnritlaSmnt successfully challenged we 1 What particular virtue dots
feel sure that he is dead right In this case too. this statement praise!
ClaN P.slap. Paid ot QntoCf rkelda>
In addition to correcting the Administrations arithmetic 4. Where may It be found?
One Year $3.00 Two Years y6O !She Months $1.75 B; Butch
Byrd revealed some startling figures con
J. L. HutthlnnonMri. ...__......_..._____..... Publisher/ the tremendous Sean retail :stores are expected Answers to Bible Verse
Esther Suber _.........._.____..........._......... hdttor cernlng In the size of the federal pay.I 10 spend more than seventy million 1. Paul the .poslle
lion Carman .....- .. .....-...-....-........ Acl"erWIII1 and News oil during the last 10 years In 1954, it was $9.5 billion dollar on newspaper advertisements 2. The Christians at Macedonlt
and this year it had ballooned to $16.2 billion, a jump during the current year. 3. Their liberality In takiu
of those In need
oa1DqATIONAI oi more than 70 cent even though there This represents a gain of five mil care
per was only a 4 U Corinthians :3: 8.
4A two per cent Increase In the number of employees In the lion dollars over last year
EDITORIAL c\ Sears, the largest and most !RIBS SHIFTS rKOPAGtVDi
same period
successful retail aloIn the I United Slates monitors have tr
IAS C8TltN a y With schools once again in session it is our recommendation world has Increased its newspaper 'ported that the Russian 1 ..e

( "'" """" C that the Administration take a refresher courseIn advertising budget every slacked off in their radio ofl'l)
19.] mathematics and year since World War II Thenewspaper Hive toward the West and focusedit
concentrate subtraction. Not stay
on t
V advertising budget of
grioNi r toward underdeveloped ar u
only could this lead to fewer errors but it might induce the Sears retail stores has doubled I and Rod China The report ..1t'> s
I the Administration to go easy on the addition and heavy during the past ten years thaI the Soviet block has virtu iv
mREPLACEAULE SATELLITE an the subtraction In figuring out the next budget You'renot Sears has a good reason for Investing quit jamming Voice of Arne 'i
Increasingly huge sums broadcasts and has turned the
going to deny us the right to dream, are you? r n newspaper advertising Profits efforts toward lamming Radio

F of the company have increased to Pi.kings wave

Lpy J'/ On Union FundsThere COI'I'eIIpondIth each expansion
/ n The experience of Sears with The sea hare crops sea wPeda
?1 n .,a, newspaper advertising Is not growing from the ocean floor
lW seems something rather badly amiss In a unique. Retail stores throughoutthe much like a row eats grass, says
situation which United States have followed s the Miami Seaquarlumi Cap!.
permits a tax-exempt to
organization use
Tuesday, October 27- Canning Center, 8 5, Rotary similar pattern with success. Dill Gray
III funds for legal defense of its officers who have been
The Is simple one
I Jefferson House, Blue Lodge, 8 pattern
Club, p.m.
convicted oi federal violations.Yet p.m. whether It Is used by Sears or a
just that Is happening In the case of labor Masonic Building; Business and Professional Women, small Independent clothing store Insurance Center
7 Kittrell's Restaurant; Halloween Carnival, the use of the )local newsnaner! '
unions, according to a report recently issued by the p.m.
P.T.A. to describe In detail s large variety 1121 West Jefferson
W. Munroe
Senate Internal Security subcommittee.It George of goods which consumer are

cites as a specific Instance, the case oi the Inter. Wednesday, October 28Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., interested time In buying at s particular 'I PAT THOMAS

national Union oi Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers which Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant, The reason why other rentiers

was expelled from the CIO In 1950 on the grounds thatIt Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House, Canning! may follow the practice of Sears INSURANCE INC.e .

.Y.o was Communi.t-dominated. That is the same union Center, 8 5, with confidence is because 'Scars,
y0 0 which two years later was found by the Subversive Ac more than any- other alone In the
world, ts In a position to carefully
tivities Control Board to be Communist Infiltrated. you could have $300 monthly Income check the results of its advertising

According to the subcommittee findings, union funds I going for you at your age I Investment Not only Is this
4 were used on behalf oi officers and former officers sentenced jour eii.Jn.luranco 05, guaranteed to you and your I check made on sales in local
stores, but also with undisputedaccuracy
in 1963 for filing false Taft.Hartley nonCommunist wife is long u either of you on the results of mall

97 affidavits. lives. order advertisement One Stop Means
You would not have any life Insurance Sears has little or no advantage
Not the Mine Workers
only was money used but Complete Service
this way, ot course, but over the locally owned Independentstores
substantial support came from the Teamsters, the Long.
of and
In terms price service
Question: I understand there the difference In cost between this
horemen's union and several other labor organizations I Ire a lot << different kinds ol anultles plan and the retirement Income Where It gains dominance in DIAL 627.7151
The subcommittee calling that an "outrageous My wife (40) and I (42) plan would buy a sizeable life Insurance a market Is through consistent use
of the dominant retail advertsing QUINCY
want to to work on a retirement policy Also and this
abuse" of the Is go
tax-exempt privilege, proposing an I medium -- local I
plan to itart at my age 65. Iii the chi handicap this : .-! newspapers, ,. :
amendment to the Internal Revenue Code to at least require ; What Is the best annuity plan straight annuity plan would carry
itemlzation oi legal fees and expenses In annual for us? We sort to have at least no regular premium commitment.I
union reports $500 monthly for lite Our joint to hold you to your plan However often
mrome Is now $17,500: our home these two plans are suggested
That, it seems, Is the least that should be done.QUINCY mortgagefree merely for your thinking: You ill I yet so ice 1F
Answer It is advised to and your wife should sit down with I ;e11s4tQ
--- i suggest s 'best plan' at long your agent," and work out your: YO IR .KITCItI'N'; +Tt+Jt k 1 '
distance and on a few tarts This best plan
To Serve You alld for agent.policyholder give
CALENDAR OF EVENTSA and take But certain things seem An early sign In the progressionof
clear from what You alentiolliim ts the "sneaking
While cudgeling our thinking processes to produce want a Joint and survivor annuity of drinks during or before social c1
on editorial in commemoration of National Newspaper Community Service by the one that will pay the Incomes drinking occasions Alcohol \beginning .. ?
Week (Oct. 11.17) we came across a in the Littleton long as either lives You want to mean more to the aleohollc 1
gem Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 827.8518 about $300 monthly for life which, than to the rest of the
(Col.) Independent that to completely! expresses our ieelIngs added to about $200 from SocialSecurity crowd, who can't seem to drink ,
that we are reprinting it: will give you the $500. fart enough for him. For lltera
Thursday, October 15- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida This will still call for a consider tore on alcoholism, contact the
Instead oi telling you how good newspapers are, State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert Street. We'outlay roughly 15 per cent Florida Alcoholic\ Rehabilitation
we think you are entitled to know what a newspaper annually of your Joint Income. Program P 0. Box 1147, Avon
tries to do. Friday October 16- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al.Anon But It represents a fine cash accumulation Park. _
Family 8 St. Paul's Parish House Canning For that 15 per cent
It* goal ii to help you understand your environment p.m. ; you could purchase a guaranteed a, .
and to help you change that environment when this Center, 8.5; Quincy Woman's Club, II am, life income of $300 monthly, to INSECTICIDESSOIL
teems wise. Woman's Club House; Air Force Recruiter, 9-12 begin at your age 6}I'c;: r .,
tine as long as e FUMIGANTS
noon, Post Office.
At this modest-size newspaper there are sixteen men lives. This Is through what ts

and women attempting! to pass along the facts you should Monday, October 19- KIwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson untied s retirement Income policy about WEED KILLERS 3Q1 'k :
which Incidentally,
know. You are mad aware of regulations like leash House; Canning Center, 8.5, Masonic Lodge! Gads- $41000 (up to more than $08- ;

laws, trash.burning! laws, and toning ordinances so thai den Chapter 30, B.A.M., Tal.Mar-Quln Council 23, 000 In the later years) ol life Insurance SOUTHERNCHEMICAL I -- :n-. .: ...... .... ,
you can keep out of trouble. You are told how to get your 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social Security Representative so that it you die priorto People who have a kitchen telephone tell us
where to trash, whati 65, your wife will still receive they can't count the times they've blessed its
garbage picked up your 9:30: a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse; Girl Scout he retirement Income she needs :
on at the movies, and what the title of next Sunday Troop No. 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. For a sIlRtrtly smaller premium convenient-a.
You will, too. Order today from wide
sermon Is.You the same retirement benefits could yours a
Tuesday October 20- life Underwriters, 12 noon, Kit be purchased! without the life In. Sales & ServiceInc. choice of colors and styles.
learn the hours of the post-office and the courthouse feature through retirement -
trell Restaurant; Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, urance
the time you pay your taxes without penalty and or deferred annuities There
Jefferson House Lions Club 7 Kittrell's """
about contagious diseases in neighborhood.You 1pm. p.m. yet ts another way you could "
any your
Restaurant. handle this through annual
also discover proposed changes in school programs purchase of Immediate straight Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101 .
mill levies, employment prospects, and recreational Wednesday, October 21Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m.,I nnultics But putting about 12 '

projects You can turn to your newspaper for Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrells; ExchangeClub per plans cent every of your year Income and using Into these the QUINCY. FLORIDA ias. Quincy Telephone Co.
.... /
reliable 1 Jefferson House Gadsden Hoi
shopping news. p.m., County annuity income that starts bulking I

If something goes wrong In the community, mos pital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden County Hospital; up to buy additional units, -- P' ___ __ ___--_. --
people look to their local newspaper for a remedy. Courageous Canning Center 8 5; Marine Recruiter, 9-12 noon,

newspapers respond to these situations and gen. Post Office

rally get them corrected often losing thousands of Thursday, October 22Canning Center, 8 5; Florida
dollars in business during the crusade. State Employment Service 9 3, S. Roberts St. .iWlml 6 ChcizIet
Newspapers are human institutions guided by a
great tradition. Unlike the press In most countries, the Friday October 23- Alcoholics Anonymous & Al.Anon

American newspapers are sell-supporting organizations.They Family Group, 8 p.m., St, Pauls Parish House Can

don't depend on a political party a church, or an ning Center, 8.5: Pilot Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House;

industrial corporation to stay alive. Consequently, the Air Force Recruiter 9 12, Post OUice.

United States Is free to communicate with
newspaper as Monday, October 26- KIwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson
its public as any on eaith This is not to claim perfection
House, Canning Center, 8.5; Social Security Representative
The press, when It is wise, listens to critical comment
9:30 Courtroom Courthouse Girl
: a.m., ;
oi readily as It expresses critical comment of others. Scout Troop No. 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian



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) 7 The Influence and power of an Individual Senator
"tic are largely' determined by the SENIORITY he has rL'U

attained. Without adequate seniority he has little
ground to hope for assignment to Important
committee Without seniority his influence in
the Senate is greatly limited.

'''------ '
Holland Ranks 12thIn
Ca_frohmjMJa Sport Cotipt-mtk MK Sweep-int roof.

the order of Seniority In the Democratic memo if what you sec moves you iralt'll you tae the irhcol

benhip of the Senate. His Influence experienceand (s'alti .....-fOlIlIlI"If.. t.. lip)
powerful voice have gamed him membershipon

the powerful Committees of Appropriations One look at those longer, wider lines tells you It'. of 400 hp. And the road feels like satin because our

Agriculture and Forestry, and Aeronautical and the kind of car you just couldn't buy before without engineers came up with a new Fall Coil suspension
all of which of
Space Sciences are particular into the higher price bracket But drive teamed it
importance to Florida and to you as. one of Its getting one system, with \\ide-Stance design and
,FMKr citizens. will tell you a lot more. made our famous Jet-smooth ride smoother and

n You've got your kind of engine going for 700. more stable than ever,

hU Msrd Ai...- hM ..* STMM There an even half dozen of them available Beginning feel like It'. your kind of

S. --. Tear this yetr-anything you name from quieter I.. 'j= II cart There'll be no doubt about it when you

EvidenceAs sweeter running 6 to a VS with the authority drive the real thing at'ourChevrolet dealer's.

RE-ELECT SPESSARD U See J t++.,11.' thmp* ("r "E3-l .....*!**. CJifrvlJ, C hftf It t'.rrmlr A f."fI.- rows Irmlrr'm097C8J

one piece ol evidence oi Its economizing Intent,

the Administration announced that federal civilian employment -

at the end of July was 25,400 below that oi

July. 1963. This naturally made a favorable Impression HOLLANDII

on the "Jury" of long'suffering taxpayers when It was

offered as an exhibit during the direct testimony: oi the MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.
Administration I *

But the elation was short.lived. Ca cc:.y xamtnation II S. SENATOR *

Senator Harry F Byrd (D.-Va.'. q:.;U'y: t \:eyed any 1) NORTH ADAMS STREET QUINCY. FLORIDAI

hop that a sizable saving had been effected. He pre I I I

w J .
--,. .

-- --
A Profile the Chicago Tribune, "who was I
within reaching distance ot the 1
In Presidential nomination of bin
Courage party. He put that flake and his I
own high hopes on the line without -
If William !M. Robln_. Jr. flinching lie chose to .
'iJl IIwith himself and to honor his (
Last June the Chicago TrIbune oalh to support and defend the 1f *
denominated BaIT Goldwater as Constitution even if he risked the
one man In America of whom it alienation of powerful voting I
could be justly said that he poa- groups and t: displeasure of party
seamed that mat admirable dash colleagues hose political favor .
of human virtues courage he could have had bv easy
The expression profiles In oour. submission to the majority"
age" came Into prominence about Goldwater In accepting the risk 2'pA
fight years ago as the title of a said "If my vote ion the dell
book written by John Fitzgerald I rights issue be misconstrued, let
II Kennedy, with, of course, some aid: it be, and let me suffer the consequences
In research and polish, while convalescing Just let me be judged
I from a spinal operation I Iin, this In the real concern I have :
I This book recited the stories 011 voiced here and not by words that
J those eight United Sales others may speak or by what others
ton who over the long IM'na'j' may say about what I think"
congressional history, had mOlt And those others have Indeed i .
I excited! his admiration for the In these past months had
courage with which at critical I much to say about him and his *"
t Junctures in our history, they had personal platform! Unable to rebut -
risked their personal and political by fair and sound argument ,
lives to do that seemed right to Goldwater positions on Constitutional
them One may disagree with his questions and foreign and
choice of the particular senators, domestic policies, his opponents
as the present writer does but I have not ceased by innuendoesand *
one cannot help feeling in complete distortions deliberately to I *
sympathy with his general misinterpret his utterances so alto
theme. I hold him up to public ridicule I
"A nation," wrote the lale, lamenled .i and contumely! as a madman and'a .
Mr Kenncris which has menace to society They seekto
forgotten (he quality of courage I turn his supporters against him
which In the oust has been by accusing him of Instability and
brought to public life is not as]uncertainty In his thoughts Nevertheless
re and his faithful run-
likely to Insist upon or reward
: that quality of courage in its chosen 'I fining male have not wavered in _
I leaden today Lei not this I their ardent Intention and determination
be true In November 1964, '! to return the Governmentto
faithful performance of Its
j Ponder please what the editorof In
I i lawful functions as expressed
the Chicago Tribune a paper the Constitution of the United
which has not been noted for any' "
Slates, come hell or high
affection for the South or Its traditions !I conviction
i great courage
had to When Senator
say I:and conscience and constancy are
Barry Goldwater stood in hist
helm of our Federal
needed at the
t loneliness: to say that, for the sake j jirf I Ii Government, if we are to surviveas
the Constitution and the consequences known to
the nation
i he feared would flow
from the legislation, he could not history
I and Mini and their eo-
In conscience vote for the civil self-satisfied: that'
ports are so
rights bill he was entitled In the are
socialistic programs
admiration of even his enemies
'Here was a man, continuedSAVE /what the American electorate
(all for In November, that they
esthnate' the essential "'
I i 5jiP
: capacity of the voters td see ">*
SAVE! through deceptions and connivanciea -
and their self-aecking of naked

: power
I But the American voters are not
,going to fall to recognize truth,
INSTALLATIONCOSTSI personal Integrity and tell.leu
,courage when ,they come to elect
I II ,the men to whim they must entrust I
their and their rhiktren"1
future at the ballot box
her 3. '1964.

--- :L. D. Kever -Dies

AND 9 Suddenly Oct. 11L SIGNSMike

D Kever 35, of Greensboro WATCH FOR THE
SAVE r died suddenly at his home at
1:45 Sunday morning October 11

ON ; Kever Born moved In Liberty to Greensboro County, Mr.In was lucky He l lost his way completely along the thickly-wooded roads dining his vacation last summer .

I RJtT Fletcher 1954 and Company was a ,meat cutler a'i until suddenly he came upon a small service station. The friendly attendant told him he was only a short

y" Funeral services were conducted distance fiom the lake. "Just watch for the signs," the man said.
UrDOOnVARM at S o'clock Monday atIl'moon.l

AIR HEATING October Church of 12 Greensboro In the Methodist with the I I It's easy to get lost it could' ] happen to anyone. At times, our lives get so confute! that we don't know

AT ITS BEST.WITH AN Rev David waa Love In the officiating Bristol Cemetery Interment I I which way to turn, and we feel that nobody caies. When that happens| just! watch for the signs.

with the J B. Adams
-tamfud oral Home in charge of What signs! ? Well, theie'g the fragant beauty of a rose, the laugh of a child!, the glory of sunrise! the

AUTOMATIC ments.Survivors Include his Fun-I sound of great music signs all around that point to the constant presence of God who loves us.

fflNTCRAIRCONDmOKCR Mrs Nellie Faye Kever '

Kever boro; one Greensboro daughter; four Joyce brothers Ann, | The Christian Church is the most Important sign of all. created solely to reveal a new and meaningful
I tMiatr. ....
a.n lai
feign. Earnest and Harley Kever. both I way of life to all who seek It.
s tlop.4l. pass.f. >e) Mast of Greensboro Raymond Kever,
and deve Never of Hoa-
I (sate.** I III Me. .h. M *.* Bristol
ford; and two sisters Henry
s Lai f;Mktg isatogalFREE Hamcll and Mrs. Venue Strick
UTilATt-usY TERMS Those who served as pallbearerswere
Wclburn Rowan. Doc Rowan,
Roma Horton Emmett dark Weight Clark The Church ia the greatest factor any and support the Church Theyare
Julian Agertnn and Edward Sam. on earth for the building of tharacler : (1)) For his own sake, (2) For
and good citizenship, It la a storehouse his children's sake, (31) For the sake
Phone MAin 7.8617
son.All of spiritual values. Without a of hi. community and nation (4)
1423<< W. Jefferson attend Florida the residents show "Alice are Invitedto In Wa-l I strong Church, neither democracy For the sake of the Church itself, II

QUINCY. FLORIDA terland"' at Week Wachee during I nor civilization can survive There which needs his moral ant material
October for a small servicecharge are four sound reasons why every auppftrt Flan to |o to church regularly .

_only____ j person should attend services regu ] and read your Ilihle daily I
as. r II.Ml ]

TOBACCO GROWERS : (/Tvrisht l4! Ktnl.r Advertising !frrvh, Inc Ku-Mhuri. V., .n JI' '! *'

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Garden Club '1. '.'ro Centenary WSCS I SS Class At

WOMEN'S PAGE Board Meeting ',.., ,J Have MeetingsThe Fish Fry I

Held TuesdayThe Circles of the Woman Society The Gleaners Sunday Serial
: of Christian Service of Centenary Clan of the first Baptist Church I
Persons having Items of social nature are urged to call executive board meeting of e / ; Methodist Church had their enjoyed a fish fry in the yard of

Mis May S. Richardson at MAin 78503 the Quincy Garden Hub was held meetings, Mr. and Mr*. Van Godwin Monday I

'Tuesday night at the home of All circle chairmen reported nlghl .
Mn Douglass Brooks who presided having had good meeting If Following nipper a business
Mn Fred Kibllka opened 4i there ace women of the church session WM conducted with the
Miss Patty Hill with an Interesting devotional, who are not member of any dr- clan president Mn Edwin Bauiprecidinf
after which the secretary, MnLanler ell' and who lah to join, please Plwit vm. nude te
Is HonoreeAt Richardson read the minutes u call one of th* chairmen or any visit all absent members new.
of the September meeting member of the Society comers and the tick

Mrs. Graham McKerawn gave the Circle No. 1 met with Mr*. Mrs. Godwin was audited Inpreparing
Shower trrssurer's report' and "handed out i Wayne Buttnun a* hostess, Mrs. the supper by Mn I
financial iheet. which showed a George Bates. chairman, presided rank Whittle, Mn. Harry Hute.1iInion '
Miss Patty Hill bride elect, V good balance 1 I Mrs. E. Nash Philput gave and ?Ira, Raymond Ucill i
wit the Inspiration for a delight Orrle chairmen made emtjrogng II the devotional using for her scripture Fifteen members and one vial
fill shower Thursetov night when report, some naming new I Isaiah 35: 1.2, she also gave tor enjoyed this nice affair
Mrs Lewis Gilbert, Mn Raymond memben I the 1II5OI.ubject was, "A Story
Preher and Mn Walter Smith' Mn Roma llorton talked fur- Without End," a history of Heal.
entertained in her honor at the her on Community Beautification I ng Iiutirut In Laredo, Texas for Bridge Club Meets
home ill Mn Gilbert. improvement which will be sponsored s j s+ Mexican boy and girls She also With Mrs. Williams I
told of the contribution the Span
: n The dining table. which was by SeanPlans .
covered: by a lmf cloth, was centered to plant more dogwood sh people have given Id America Mrs. J, Fisher Williams wnbos1es < I
by a heart arrangement tree were discussed I There were 13 member premnt. to the Tuesday morning
lopped with a rlunler of wedding Mn Brooks. program chairman with one new member Mrs John Duplicate Bridge Club at her '
bells flanked by candles In ..11.1'1 announced that November 10 was Snipe home. Cokrful flowers were tit I'
\' ramie'luhra. Ribbon sand- the date set for the Christmas proc: Orel No. 2 met with Mr*. W points of Interest throughout the
wishes. rakei teed In bridal design Tarn to be presented t at the Gar- po Letter a* hostess Mn J. B. rooma Sandwiches, dips, cake.
nun and mints were served len Center, using! 'home talent ..r s flgdem. chairman, presided, MnH coffee and Coca Colas were aervrd ,
with pumh drrles brought gift to go to E. Morgan gave the devotions! ,

On a table highlighted' by an arrangement he boy at Apalachee, for Christ' and the lesnon from the circle Winners were Mn Henry sulk
n( pink roses, were ma*. rudy book There were 9 members .
and Mrs Fed L May, drat, M..
the lovely gifts Mrs John McAfee reported on present
Albert Kohnke and Mn. Henry
the clean up and repairs she was Circle No 3 met with Mn Henry .
Weinberg and Mn R. II Strlck
Several games and contests
going to attend) at the Center laulk hostess Mrs. A. B.
land and Mn Jack Richardson I
were enjoyed during the evening
Mra Lamar Smith talked
on pl'f'alded.1
Blackburn, chairman,
Among the guests was the mother : UR for second and thirdTher .
the grounds I
Mn George B. Gregory gave a
the bride elect, Mn 11 1L four tables playing ,
Mn Arthur Corry, represent-' Mill Betty Joyce Potter moat Inspiring devotional on were
11)11) Prizes awarded EarlyAmerican
inK the Amarylis Circle. mad an Prayer," by Dr Norman Vincent were I
---- outstanding report on the accompInhment The engagement of Miss Betty Joyce Potter to Vernon Peale, Mn F. P William I had i jelly dishes with ladles, I

Bridge Club Meets of that group, without a Klmble Muliord son of Mr. and Mil O. L. Mulford ol charge of the lesson and she used

With Mrs. Gregory month chairman acts a*The chairman hostess and each presides. Quincy 1* announced by her parent, Mr. and Mr*. Woman material." from then The on the Methodist programwere Hope Class Holds I

Wilton Potter of Greeniboro The wedding will take Mrt Edward Woodhery and Monday MeetingThe

Mm Lewis Gregory was hrxv Miss Lucille Smith reported that place at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, December 13, at Mn Jack Jones, who
tens to hei brl 'lte dub Wertnes- ,he had sent cards to membenwho the Greensboro Baptist Church. The bride-elect, graduate a skit entitled, "A Hope Sunday School Claw
diy afternoon Coloiful fall flow were Ul It wa aim reported of Greensboro High School 1* employed by Pat Suber, End." There were!' 10 prPlII'nted. of the First Baptist Church met
era wen effectively arranged hat memorial had been sent present, and two visitors Monday night at the horn of Mr*.
Knlek knwks with coffee vie During the social hour, refreshments Inc. Her fiance, graduate of Qulncy High School, ii employed Nash Philpot, and Mr, Bill Wood with 15 membcra In.at.
served during the afternoon.Mn were served.Magnolia. by Southern Wire, Inc. Photo by Martin Studio Owenbyarris. tendanceMn .
Marcus Shelter was high Mr and Mrs, Raymond P Edison B. Gailin .
Ne. 4 met with Mrs Marin E gave a aeaunnal
core winnerJUlt I CircleIn Book Club \ Owens with M.... L. P Ha. devotional which "" aa follow]!

j t.......,...." .. '. "' '' .. Miss Margaret Sue Suber and Junior Woman'sClub wood as co-hostess Mn M. B. ed by a business newinn .
J [ BIItf'l. Jr, chairman, presided During the social hour refreshments
i MeetingOn Hears ReviewThe Mn U U ttllli gave the devo were servedAppreciation
In Meet
r H "" 1tt Raymond P. Edison Recite Vows bona!. Miss Marguerite Hendrix

_. Friday Bonk Club met with Mn gave the lemon from the Circle
-- : :: On FridayThe New Hutchuuon hostess on Study Book. There were II mem Day
l. Mini Margaret Sue Super,
: The bride mother chose alight The Magnolia Garden ClrHe Thursday evening October (th. ben present
rn laughter of Mr. and Mn II ward David Langford former Quincy
& blue sheath dress of brocade met Friday afternoon at three with Mn Albert Flake giving the Circle No. 3 met with MnAmos ,
II 'Shier was married to Raymond High Sfhool Band student under
with matching accemories. Her thirty odotk the home of Junior Woman Club met review I Davis with Mn VMlUam
p. Ixlimm, Saturday night, the direction of Chuck Burns
Wll Friday, October 2 at the Club "The Mrs. R. B. participated
corsage was an orchid. he chairman, Mrs. Fisher Amazing Bonaparte Davis as co-hostess Mn
mOUNCID IT KODAK Sept 19. In I he. Oil*'hurt Chapel, lams. who presided A beautiful Imse with the president, M,.. by Harnett T. Kane was reviewed Lester Jr. chairman, presided In the Troy State Cnl.
Patrick AH) Ha Imml'dillll'ly following lie cermony legs: Band the weekend of October
AND iviiuiii mil! SIGHT NOWIProjector devotional, Living With My Conscience Jon Brown presiding by Mn lake In a mOllllnll'l't'Il., Mn Fred Kibllka gave a very .
the bndci enter 8 10 in their College Appi
The brld.tI'lKII111th. son of parent ." was given by M I'll. Romulus The secretary MM Brady Melillan InK way This Is the story of the timely devotional on "talthng ," u.
Mr and Mrs Raymond F:llson of (allied with a reception In the Brinkley, Mrs. Lanler Rich ( read the minutes of the fascinating romance between Jerome I for her scripture, Hebrew elation Day activities due to the.
i chapel Greeting the linens of of the college drwn.ml'l'II.
annex one
I'lllslxirg, Calif Mn James Klll'llawu of ardnon secretary, read the min September meting, after which Bonaparte, youngest brother 11: 1 and James 2: 26Mr [ .

Hlher Raymond 11111, chaplainperformed lie. bride, Keeping Ball the aunt brides sites of the last meeting the treasurer, Mrs Alex MuMil. of Napoleon Bonaparte who *, Tracy Riddle gave the David Is a ninth grader: at ties
l I ha double ring i-ere- I The treasurer report was thengiven Ian gave her rcnortMn came to the United State and leasun. The subject was "A Stn"Without School
book Mill Junior Troy
Betty Troy High ,
wag Bamwell
auulnxt a background rtIghled which showed a good balance William Montague courted and married the beautiul !., "
ninny Arcadia cousin of the bride. gave an End, in the form of a Alabama, and ,. the son of Mr
tarrs, greenery HIV) ar" Interesting devotional\ American, Betsey Patterson!
| skit from the circle!' study book, and Mn Murray Langford, formerly .
i ranKemrnts of while gladlell The bride tal>le was coveredwith A report from the District Conference Mrs McMillan announced that Napoleon furred Jerome to divorce portraying two people, Paula and of Qulnry
I Music was furnished by the i an embroidered cloth centered which was held at Gulf >lant for the Junior Woman Setsey and marry another woman Janet, discussing Healing Insti
huN| '1 organist with a lovely arrangement ol Beach Garden Club was given by Cub Junior Chamber of Com for political reasons so the story ute There were 11 members
The bride, given In mnrrlagebv white gladioli and mum At one Mn Douglass Brooks and Mrs.Lwnier metre Dance were complete Itwill had .a Had ending but It la well prenentOrcle.
her fitlier were a gown ol end was the crystal punch bowl, Richardson, members who be an event of December 12 worth reading. and Harriett Kane No. 6 met with MnG Floor Covering
Ale neon lace and tulle The I IIInll on the other id the wedding cake attended October 7. at the Armory.. This I t. the annual account of the historical romance W Byrd at hostess Mrs. Everett
KODAK 'ml itlwves formed cullspoints Mn T M 'umble cut the cake Cards were signed by each Christmas Dance shows his usual painstaking e- Morror, chairman presided Including Formlea
tape at the wrists A yoke lace' and Mn, Bill Bamwell poured present and sent to 111 members. The preside, Mn Brown, gave !'search and faithful account of the Mr*. J. A Snell gave the devotional
I with scalleined neckline accenledhe punt ii, I Mn Carey Everett and Mn Erred a report on the Fall Board meetIng historical details, and the lesson from the Inlaid Unolsum. rubbM
Catduet.800 wrist which was buttoned in F'or her wedding trip the brl le, Nordhaus One was also sent to that she attended in CocoaMn The next meeting of the club. circle study book. There were H orb. corkCounter
McKeown who recentlylost James Lambert who was be held the second Thunday ,
Mn Hugh will on members and one visitor present
'luck with aural) covered buttons hose a brown shantung suit with
Automaticam proof- The Ml length skirt o( tulle with matching accessorie She wore a brother Mn Richardson I' Introduced by the Fine Arts In November wllh Mn rank Circle No. 7 met with MnCharlei Top
:- 80 dill,. to a tray! lace Inner! covered an under the orchid from her boueftM The Hosed with prayer following a' Chairman sang several beautiful Taylor as hostess and Mn Hutchinson L. Owens a* host***, Mrs.
skirt ol brlclHl satin and a hemp, couple are residing In Indian pause for silent l prayer for those 1II'1(1trml. will give the review R W Porter, chairman presided
r N.w met compact nllioll ol Slie wore a pearl! tiara with her Harbor Beach Florida.Amarylis who were I Ill and in distress I Jack f1111'klllnd made an Inter The hostess served blackbottom Mn W. L. Montague gavi the Work
the world lavoit. kodak Cart veil of net Illusion Her bouiue-t ---- -- Mr Brooks announced that. the eating talk em the Importance ol pie and coffeeBuffet devotional, reading Isaiah 31: 1-2
ouitl' Pioitclar, Hound 10.llld was of yellow throati cnltleys I general meeting would be new I II the Blood Bank and snowed slidesllosteiwcs .. She also gave Bit lesson( "A StoryWithout
Circle at the Garden Center November I were Mn IVnnte Peacock Lnd..'
troy lends I like 0 plggybank, orchid with while rows and ril>- AII Tepee
| ploys' I likes ttcoid, Nora I lik* a bun streamer 10 at 7:30 pm The program, Mn Gene William and SupperFor The members of this circle
booh The Held which will be given by local talent .Mn Alex McMillan.Arrnngemente insults plans to help provide Installation
Sllddiftfdbygiavlly Meeting
Miss Mary Howdy Simfcrd, N Expert
from each circle! on of autumn Tewen
Carevitl' /It I two clothing for children of a needy
Projector (jamproolond Brlclesmaids Bride-elect
?, was the maid of honor
I demnnstratloni
( arrangements and were at point' of interest in
Christmas would be able to
M they
,llproof Automatic. ,lid. were Martha and I Janet Suher Here Thursday will be preceded' bya both rooms.SolomonCraig.
criool There
continue to attend
Full rtmoto control" bride.
chongo sisters of the They directed bvMn SHEIFER.BLITCN
Ollb skit --- Mr and Mrs R C
Garden I Ashley entertalncd '
were 10 members present
| Choice of 3 4 5 7Inch and wore Identical dresses (if hirqiiolHC The rant will
The Amarjll Onrden Circle Arthur Kiwi with a buffet IlUppI'rn'I.'t'nlly At the dose of the meetings anodal
loom l limes. cryntaletle and met at the home of Mn R. D. I conniit of a few members from In honor of Mine Connie hour was enjoyed and the jl/nt ft J.-.&.
1 heal
$149.50CROUCH'S with matching piece Woodward Jr. with Mn Manning each circle. Mn Fred Kibllka Vanstone and Robert Stewart or hostess served delirious refreshments /QWNCTnwuOACLOTHES
satin elves In match Their Mn Nora J Solomon and Gilbert
hou'l lay Inc ccboHtom Thursday MnWcodward and Mn Lanler Richardson will Quincy, whose wedding was an to the members and guest
qiHls were turquoise tinted OrcleMn R. Craig were united In marriage
presided Following represent the Magnolia event of Saturday, October 10 al present
nations\ that she at :3 clock Sunday afternoon
I liraver, a huHlnens _lion waleld Brooks announces St Pauls Episcopal Church
The I bridegroom brat man wee Mr, Arthur Carry brought took 10 pain of socks wrapped as at the home of the bridesson The dining table was contend
: REXALL DRUGS Ronald Ronleri of Broe klyn. N y.1l'he gifts from the circle to in law and daughter Mr, and of holding .
the I'I'IKIr1| from the ExecutiveBoard Christmas by a pair cupid compotes
Clinton M. Smith,
t ukhen were meeting to be given to Mn Winton Edwards Jr In the and connected
district mums "
pon poms
I QUINCY. FLORIDA rallaiiaiwee. and Bill Suter, brother at ApalacheeProgram presence of the Immediate familyof l of smllax,
the!' boys by a garland
Mn Brooks guest
DouulHM a
of the bride. of I J.RII, chairman, M.... Klbilleaintrortiwed the couple Autumn flowers and greenerywere
are alatlnne l at Patrick reported on the Dislrlet DnfeN Mn R I!, M. David- The ceremony was prrfonnrdby
at other focal points In thPAMII'
I cnce and announeeel the date ror
L of bulbs, the Rev Guy R. Wade
who talked rtn types home
the to be "held son )
general meeting
i 'n Center Nov. 10, a Qirlstmas eti which are to be planted now, following the ceremony a Among the 28 guests were Miss h
(foe spring blooming' reception was held Carolyn Cowal and Mm Mary
program During the social I hour the hostess Out of town guests were Mn Jane Russell" of Saint Catherines,
f BUYING NEW TV ? I The hostesses talked the Va Mr. and
A 0" served a dessert with coffee lack Smith, Norfork ; Ontario, Canada, Mr. and MnClarent .
plnnllng of shrubbery and th* to the 1J memben piwnt Mn, Kd Craig. Roanoke. Va, Barrett and Mm Pa
plicement and cat>. The group Miss Cora Jaynes Mr. and Mrs
----- Stewart of Niagara Falls. Ontario, A''iRt
l'nll'l'I'IInlo the dlncuiwion and John Lamar Mr. and Mn Bill r
SEE THE NEW 1965 galnetl l many helpful pointer Mrs. Otho EdwardsIs Oliver and John, Mr, and Mrs. Canada

I During the social hour coffee. Bridge Hostess Thomas W. Solomon and Patricia Mrs. Edwin Embry
rake and dips and craeers werenerved and Philip Home, all of Jacksonville
There were 10 members" Mn. filM Edwards was hewtens Hostess At Bridge KEEP
1 In her Tuesday, afternoon bridge :
present I
I RCAVICTORMwtfstd dub Lovely arrangements of Mis Ermine' Owenhy who Mn Edwin Emhry entertained ;' r
prim-ess feathers roses, coral vine teaches 'In the Ocala school system her bridge club Wednesday with f
Mason Music and other flowers were in the spent the weekend with her a luncheon at her home Autumn i y
living and dining roomi parent, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Owen- dowers and fruit were at Interest ..'
TELEVISION MODELSWITH COMPANY Mrs. .'rllnkmlth.! who won by. points. WATERry,
high score. wa< awarded a bottle Among tbrwe attending the football Following lunch' bridge wa i
.1" ALL-CHANNEL VHF and UHF TUNINGMACK'S 14 E. Washington Street nf hand lotion Mn E II Routon game In Tallahassee Saturday played Mrs Jack McMillan, a k e REPELLENT i3
PIANOS ORGANS won conga prize were Mr and Mn James Mahatfry guest, was high score winner on
At ...xlu"lon of three punt this occasion
Band Instrumentsand greiwion the honlrm served sand- with
Radio & TV Servicei amazing
i wUhesske am Ice Team' with ,
Accessories ginger ale During the game she
passed cold drinks RICHARD
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same kind of target to politickini GARDENINGIN Will Raggett. Tampa and L. WCrtftlth .
Episcopal that a dog does to fleas, tempting and Mr. Lysol from the I Hospital Report
beyond resistance. Then then
Slate Oftlre. Tallahassee
I Is. too the Issue of our relationship FLORIDA
Church Holes Mr and Mrs II D. Reed ofSun Admissions: October through
with the National Council ol '
Churches which becomes tatter City Center, Ha, returned October 12: Mn. Geleta Nord.

I from 81. Paul's with every convention, and filch By Hervry SJiirpe, Editor home Monday after visiting their hams, Mn tva Cuthbert, John D.Rowan .
on and daughter In law, Mr. and Mn. Vera Lots Jones,
may well finally boil over at mil Florida Agricultural
Now "they" keep telling me one, as irritants accumulate like Exleimlnsi Bertie Mrs Thomas Reed and family Henry Grady Gerald little, Jack

that you Wouldn't mix re'Jglon !spines on a sea urchin. All In alIt A csmrlllt and a stray dog Mrs Sam Hlgdon was among R Monday Mrs.. Fannie Yawn

I and polltJct but we.... will be Interesting, J have one thing In common those attending the KSlt-Kcntucky Mn Stella Collar R B Bowmanand
going to that
I am glad am not there, both will make themselves al !Cm Saturday in Tallahasve Mrs Betty Jo !Sunders all
see them both mixed with the at the same time happy -rat General Convention of the Episcopal -:own Sarah Robinson Mrs. Wm. care ton of Dade Hty iprnt several! Hams, Miss Leslie Louise Vain

Church now meeting In the I M) h .It was our pleasureto However the camellia is daj-s "here with ....Iall\''.. Waver Dalton, Vernon Bell and
city of St. Louis. I'll be frank entered more Mn Louise Smallev, Havana
have Into Holy Matrimony considerate. Nowhere Mr and Mrs Fount May and ;
bout It. and If I'm quoted to the on Saturday afternoon of In the lit' children spent the weekend In James A. Hughes, Mrs.. Yvonne
ersture will find that
I wrong people I'll My that Frank last week Robert Franklin Slewart howled you at a cmellla Mnnttcello with her parents, Dr Varlera and J. J Stoutamlre,
Mid it. but there it nothing In and Isabel Constance Van- 2 ..m., or whined\ to come mono Indoors al. and Mrs J B Brlnaon. Mr. May Tallahassee; Mow. Ada Nipper,
l this world any more political than stone both of St Paul's Parish at the first sprinkle at rain. attended the football game In Mn Verla Elliott and Mln Sophia
a church convention and I've After a brief honeymoon, they i Gainesville Saturday.Dr Andrea Elliott Hosford'; Mn. hoer
been to many a one! Usually the will be. residing at 1930 West Jef- Regardless ol your reason for and Mr' Robert McKenna nthy Wotriherry and Willie 'ay
kind of Issues that dominate tenon Street Our thanks to electing plants u a hobby, any and son Dave of Rockville, Maryland Gretna.; Mn Gertrude Dean
church convention of whatever the Young People of the Church variety ol Japonic will\ accent tht a er are vUlltng her parents Chattshoochee and James W. Robinson
denomination\ are the kind of la- who are masterminding and conducting beauty of a garden during the Mr and Mrs. Buford Williams t.reenanoro.BIRTHS .
sues that lend themselves to poll- the evening services on flowering period. Another asset Mr and Mrs Floyd nassett
ticking particularly and Ironical most Sun aya. They outdrew the; the plans produce a display ol have returned from Nashville, N. Mr and Mn Wayne
ly the ones that have mint to do Rector this past Sunday having flowers during fall and winterwhen r C where they attended a wire Cuthhert' boy October 7 and Mr.,

with keeping the church out of a banner congregation at 7 p.m. many other ornamentals art., t weaving convention.Mr and Mn lIu""rtV" Jones, girl
poU tlea. There are several troublesome We are gratified also with hibernating. 9 and Mrs. Joe Slits and Ben October 10.
mattes that will come the tigress of our Junior Choir CamtUlas are adapted to many -_ Duncan Jr. attended the football
before thll General Convention. which does better by the Sunday. landscape uses, says Dr. E. W. -.. game between FSU and Kentuckyin
I Fortunately tor him. Bishop Pike ifcElwee, horticulturist with the -- -.. Tallahassee Saturday Subers Host 'FamilyGel.Together'

raised the hot issue tit Trinitarlantsm Agricultural Extension Service WATER SPOUTING DEPlANCI-lrI" police In an Mrs, C. R, Shaw has returned Sunday
too late for it to get on the Pine HD Club Camellias can be used as foundation tog Irish Republicans during I riot III Belfast truck lraltl water guns on riot- to Jacksonville after spending two
agenda of the convention thuugh plants mass, screen and Republicans are protesting the con, arks at her hate here
flac.tJon by police of a flag. Mr and Mrs Joseph Sober Jr.
I am afraid tt would be the bishop Has MeetingThe accent plantings, I lawn and background fCablepkofotW''L' Mrs J, A. McOirmac and entertained with a family ',>.t
who would get on the agenda before groupings, dipped and un daughter Mra. Everett Munroe Together" Sunday A picnic dinner

I It would be the Trinity. The Pine Home Demonstration dipped hedges and as hibtxx visited Mr and Mrs. Kd Uddnn was served, on the back terra
doctrine at the Holy Trinity is an specimens In the patio or In the In Atcads Sunday
Club 7:45 **
met at : Thursday evening
unassailable article of me Faith:; lorida room. student
I Miss Paula Lanlle, at
I the October S, 1984 at the home Guests were Mr and Mn r S
Bishop of California Is camellias
not. The % can
sasaixrja Chlpola College. Marianna spent
of Mrs. Raymond Laxlle. Mrs. 0 Daniels. Tavares Mr and Mn.Riyer .
Why II It that all
the extremes of belied as espaliers for creating the weekend with her parents,
right and left, both political and V. McPhersnn president, presid ollag patterns on otherwise unInteresting t Mr and Mrs. J R. Ualle.Thone Smith. Tallahassee, Jerry.
religious, find their natural habitat ed. fences and wall spares playing duplicate brIdge Smith Deland Mr and Mrs A.F
In California anyway Then Mn. Henry Grady read a devotional Slow-growirg camellia varietiesare In Tallahassee t"rt(111)nlllht were Hark Mr and Mn. Fred
there Is the matter of finding a entitled "Love In the best for base accent and Mr I'aullne Cngglns Mr. and' dark Mr and Mn. Malcolm
the present Presid tame" and read scripture fromEpheslan. while varieties Smith and daughter and Mrs. M.
i hedge plantings Mn Oniglsu nrmiks' and Dr I!;
, rBiop 5. N. Smith all of Greensboro
The Most ReverendArthur with spreading growth habits are I levee _.
I C Llchtenberger, who Is The roll was called with 15 recommended for mass group and M Mrs R. Woodward Jr. and -- -

retiring for reasons of heeJth. members and 2 visitors. Mn unclipped' hedge plantings Varieties mother Mrs. Pat Munroe .left tarry Kane, newscaster of
This sort of election offers the Dick Russell and Mn. Peggy having a pyramidal or upright aDo a \ Tuesday for Allanla to attend the" WFUN Miami was one of a small

juiham, present.Mn. habit are best suited for penlng of the Rocket Toeiitcr inert of newsmen traveling with
McPherson announced the accent formal plantings and for Mrs Munroe'a son, Dirk Munnie, the lleatles on their recent tourof
YOU'VESEENITONTVl Federation meeting will be at the clipped hedges. has charge i4 the productions the U S.RUSTOLEUM.
Woman's dub Tuesday October Hower-wise the camellias are Mrs Woodward will also attend a
27. divided into seven groups. It Is Nominating Committees IVwrd olTrustees'
i The club filled out sheets giving essential to learn to recognize meeting at Wraleyan
desires for 1985 studies.Mn. these flower forms It you are to College Macon, while away
M. L. Register showed peak the "1'1III01 a camellia Ut U Larry Joel Coo of Mar
I ideas for making Christmas gifts fancier at the Dower shows this Clellan Air Force Base, Calif
I BUY IT I HERE and a work shop was planned for all.The 11'11I) arrive Friday to spend a few STOPS
Tuesday October IS, 7:30: p.m. flower forms range from i lavs with his parents Mr and
at Mrs. Register's home. the simple single to the Irregular Mn, Thotiws Godwin:
Mrs. McPherson appointed a double or peony form. between RUST

nominating committee Mn. Earn- are the iteml-doiible, Incomplete T[ Mrs. Joseph SuberIs
I' nit Bailey, chairman; Mil. Robert double Imbricated double, tiered 'i
' Brown and Mrs. Henry Grady. and the regular Imbricated.If ...- << ----- ---- Bridge Hostess Available In

z Mn. McPherson also appointed you are unable to recognize TWO Of PHI RIG GUNS IN WORLD SHItS-Two of the hoary hitters In the 1MI World
t Christmas Party Planning Committee the various flower fours from the Series take their cuts during a practice seiwlon st Busch BUdlura In it Louis. Mo.. At Mrs Joseph Suher:: entertainedher
Mn. M. L Register, Mrs above names, then It Is a good the left .Ii Ktn Boyar of the St. Louis Cardinals; right is Roger Marts of the rank_ Wednesday afternoon bridge All Colors
tub at her home on Highland
8i Raymond lade and Mrs Billy Idea to get a copy of Extension
Yon Peacock. Service Bulletin 1I1A 'Growing -- Early fall flowers were effectivey -
i I D9 POMTIuclTr It ii I arranged In the party tatns. I I
Camellias In Florida.
Mn. Henry Grady. program
tROw a chairman and Mn. Earnest Bailey available from county and home HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS N. C. t* vliltlng her daughter, Mn. (Cortel Klwsrris, aIIIi'll., ALL SIZE CANS
Mrs. Fun and
TsE/EEII JoiiafJMr Kmhry! family
"Meal f won high score and was awarded
presented the program demonstration agents.What
Mona rs'Mtt AND
Management for Modems Variety Mr. and Mrs. C T Slraughn I bottle ot hand Minn. Holder I
ass ak.taNe"tAs A social hour followed The Shopping for camellias Is like had as guests" her daughter MlsiSherry ofctw\ Mrs Otho Kitwardo, a SPRAY CANSGuarant..d
and Mn Sam Snlnnon 1 Jr. Strsugttn of Jacksonville. guest received a but of dilating
cake dress It
served !
hostess fruit cocktail a lady buying a may
i by Marjorie B. Gregory had as their weekend guess Mn their son In law and daughter Mr to
coffee and ColIn considerable looking before
cheese crackers, take ui :
fuse t. III ss It Is durable, I you can make up your mind. One Jack South of Norfolk. Virginia and '.. Bill Thomiwtii Al. Atrcrrx'luskm nf three" JI"WTI'I'I I STOP RUSTI
Horn DemnnitraUna Agent hany (... and her slsti-n and husband
the several kilns Patricia Solomon, llullp suet the hawtrss served a dessert
place to look Is at
I The spiny sea urchin like thoseat I lower shows scheduled for this "('f"" FOR""' '''.! FOR Horn and John Oliver of Jacksonville Mr. and Mn. .J. A. MiCall with coffee and nuts, I ICold
the Miami Seaquarhim resembles fall and winter. At the shows you CUTIIINa BUS I drinks were passed during
a pin cushion because of will\ observe the latest vogue In Mr. and Mrs. C. L !Resell and Mn Frank 8 Chamberlain has the game
1 its many protruding spines. The I!keen and frocks. "MPO" Is readily tramlated Miss Inca Payne attended meMlsalsulppl returned fntn a two months vacation __ ____ I
HARDWARE urchin can move by means of Unless you are willing t take a into "miles per gallim.:: "; Do you .Florida football game al, llendrrwmvllle. N, C. In (lie young flninder, exhibited! CO.
I these spines but usually relies on chance on success It If a good know what; "QW" Is? ArIdC'W" in Gainesville Saturday.Mr Mn. Mary i>u anal Mn Dave Mirtneland ot Florida, one eye II |

I ,tube-like feet I Idea to shy sway from the un- In your vocabulary amuse and Mrs. Tommy Williamsof Cannan have returned from Atlanta I:; to lot other side: the Phon. 627-7276
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tried varieties and select the old- It when you shop fur clothes Albany, Ga. Mn. Ralph Hew where they spent several I.t and ths fish spends r.1 I Mainline Drift
time varieties of camellias. It means "cost per wearing" One en and Miss Tenh Jane llrwrtl days with relatives Its life on Its side with both
I Varieties' that are known to of the secrets of shopping for of llunlsvllle, Ala, and Mn. M Mr. and Mn. Walter Havens rt eyes on the tnp ... ... i i
MERRILL'SWEEKEND grow well In Florida Include C. M. clothes" Intelligently Is to pay Atklnmm who has been visiting North little Risk Ark. have returned ( j

HIM')'. C M. Wilson CoUettl, more for clothing that will get In llunlsvllle spent the weekrnl home following a short
Daikagura Lady Marion Lalla- hard wear and 1 less for three "here with Mr and Mow J. B vl.1111'\ ... with "her hmllier and RUTH W. CHAIRES
I rook Lady Mary Crnmartle, Mrs clothes worn fur only special\ occasions Wiggins, Mn Alklnsun remainedin liter In law, Mr and Mrs Cecil
SPECIALS Charles Cobb Rev John Draytonand If you estimate the "('011I yulncy Price They spent several! riayi

I Semi-double Blush. per wearing" of a garment the Mn L, A. Mllner nf Jacksonville In Tallahassee where they attended ACCOUNTANTENROLLED

75 For camellias I for us* In base same! way you entlmnte cost per. Will guest at her" niece, MnRnmulua Homecoming at ..W.T .
'plantings select Alba liens, ApplebkMsom serving for last or miles per gallon Hrlnkley and family C. Arnold I has returned tr TO PRACTICE
deopntra, Dawn or and coat per mile for gasoline, rhvraday. Mn. IMnkley ant eonfJiarles his home In Jacksonville after
PASTEL WOOL SKIRTS Elegant Pink. For clipped hedgestry you ran do a more satisfactory spent the weekend In lienrllng several days with hlion BEFORE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

Cheerful Cleopatra Dawn jib of buying rlothlng.Pennies Tsllahamce with "her cruller Mrs In law and daughter Mr and ANNOUNCES THE
Prnf. C S. Sargent or Tricolor. I or Dollars If you Edna Cook and Mn Mllner. win "1'1. Ben Imnran and children,
Size 5 io 15$5.98 If desire camellias fur unclipped wear a M coat six times a week
you was visiting her there I lien, Mary Margaret
hedges and screens, then six months of the year for three Mr and Mn L C Flemingand ::r'I1.i'; r. II. was Opening of Her Officeat

8 PASTEL SKIRT & SWEATER SETS $19.98 plant Appleblussom, Herms or Tri yean, It's casting you an average children Italy and t/mnl .11 en route from a visit In IVnnaylvanla -
color. of IVi cents per wearing. If you Albany Ga, spent the weekend and Virginia with relatives
The following varieties art suggested pay $2) for a dressy dress fur a with her mother, Mn Henry and friends.
ONE TABLE OF GOSSARD for informal plantings: Elegans special event and wear It once a Paulk and they attended the foil- sod
Jkiher and Mr
Pink Glgantea, JaMs Red, year" for three yean, It'. "costing 'hall game together In TalUnaaaee M.Mn. MalnJm Joseph JkiUth it V.reen Room 27-29 Avon Building
Lade Care, Leuranma, Prince you W per wearing. The (TW" .
BRAS & GIRDLESPRICE txiro attended' the FSU Kentucky
Eugene Napoleon" and Sweett Vtra estimate Is only cue method of Mn. C W Thnmss Rr and hi Tallahassee Saturday. TALLAHASSEE.

I For mass and background use select making a decision 01 what to buy daughter Miss Mantle Thiimas, game Mr. unit Mn. T W, mUll Can-
bit special as
such varieties as Debutante, One event may n who haw hem visiting relatives
ley are on a lour of Italy, Frame TELEPHONE 224-3212
the occasion
make pnnf'flllnr
Governor Mouton, Lady dare to a In Wadrsbnro N. C. have returned by
and other They went
Mrs. Charles Cobb Victor\ Em- worth the extra COlt.I home. .1. plan from pnlnla.New' York and willreturn AREA CODE 305
manual and White Empress. I Perspiration Stalm i'empirstion Mn. Forrest Mt<:.Wey of Tif- weeks
In two
FLETCHER CO. Inc. I stains that have yellowed ton Ga. Friday with her Mr. and Mn M Taylor and
When your car Is disabled on and set by aging frrq\iently cannot parents, oi. and Mn It R. Kin I i-hlklren' Mike and I JUnheth gent| '
the Sunshine State Parkway, park be removed" by simple methods MIld and attended nV funeral of
the weekend at the family ooltage
on the right shoulder clear of the sirh as minding a detergent her aunt. Mln Annie Iff AmnPvt > take .
pavement. Raise the rare hood Into the spot and wanhlng or by BUI Blake staHowd al on Talquln.Mn Eileen Wright and ..m GENERAL ELECTION
IN GREENSBORO white doth to the aerial, using I mild bleach. On washable
or tie a Camp LeJeune, N C spending Tom III Rat A. Jue spent the
men wait for assistance to come while or color taut fahrtra these I (rave with his parents Mr andMI'II. ) weekend \here with relative

stains ran usually he removed E. S. Blake : Mr and Mrs, Sylvester Windward .
with a stronger bleach treatment Mr. and Mn 8 S M Mr. and M. till
to sprinklesllrsri November 3rd
One good method Is air Tuosday
NOW BUYING alas son of Oarwslrr soert and Mr. and Mn. Ben Duncan attnvM ,
prlWIIPI'b..m '
pn-nnrate or a weekend with his psreirts Mr
the In
."d ermtalnlng It. directly' on dam McCain and at- IJUnco
and Mn Gainemtlk
and to
the stain, then dip In very but or at FSU
tended Homecoming to attend the game there." They
should he
The slain
he'.ling water
removed In a few minutes. Then leads Miss spent Haul a trw It-well days of here" Palm recently ., pent the weekend J with and Mr family.and
well. Do this method
rime no1M!
EAR on won| or silk. and father with, Mir l new Dr.daughter and Mn.Margaret Calvin Chevy May Curry and.

Mr. and Mn !am S. M,<1aln of Galnnvllle are visiting his
The key In happiness In life
lies are spending two weeks with relative parents Mr, and Mn. Ifcirao
In unaelftahnesa.Learn
I to "'_mil. Memphis (furry and her parents, Mr and
Tern. and Uttle R" k. Ark. Mn. Frank Smith. Their sAles >
to laugh at yourself; Mrs. tlwnre Munroe has r.I hat been visited his grant-
you are pretty fumy .
turned tress Gainesville.Mias I
parents here tor several weeks.
Glfimda Klrwry sMnlentt Mr. and Mn Fount May will
SHELLEDCORN i Wealeyan College, M mn. spent spent me weekend In Rome Ga
\W'OU $ the weekend with her parents Hit. vttttmg their *>.! BrMnr who
,\\\\\ and Mn. Glenn Klngry attains IJarlIIll/lCII.
Mr. and Mrs. dam (fl emm. Jr K.v. and Mn IfuMer Blakely,
\ and Mr. and Mn Tw1lNl. bobs Jr. of ffl. r""hurtII'ro\
gypuaaov mm al Jacksonville entertained" alresblenre ifcrtng MM weekend coned he >-

11\\\ 'f the of the lormer Inr bend he srmvin at the FinrtCreabytertan GADSDEN COUNTY
: the aided Morn rieos and mean C k. r r" lundaymnmtng.
? hers of the Imr UaW family at a .
\\0\\\61. f dinner party preerarrg the weeding Anvwif Ihnw .her fee the ,,",. DEMOCRATICEXECUTIVE
a al Mrs.. tin J. tollman and si of Mr. Bails L Smith xsiurlay
\\0\\1\\\ Gilbert ( were Mr. and Mrs Mot ftemnsrk
WE HAVE COMPLETE I i. Mrs. real Smith of Mlsbory.Jittery and sir Jot Jonhn Jariur ivUk. COMMITTEEPaid

! ,, yM Mrs. Carl l ; ; well, Mr. awl Mr. Will Uun'O.

FEED MILL FACILITIESTOP T.k. fA.haw.. t. \i y/X\/ Mr. and Mr*. Ed 1.anc>>y, Cat-
feast! Mt |**l fctw Msy N ... W S vary, Mr. aril Mrs Thomas lUm- ( Political Adwtlitmtnt)
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cities hive already done thl* Game and Fresh ....r 1'15h'
and It I II hoped that more will r.omrnluJon'Pili"- on* provide\
follow For example Uesburj hat a Florida wildlife officer mvsearch
Cole THE and Behead have chosen the Park' any vehicle, boat or otronsportaUon
King Super Market Insonla u dty tree; Palatka has device while n
FARM chosen the Cabbage Palm which, paving, or entering fish or ,If,::
I* also oar state tree; Orlando U life management_ area.
FRONTBY using the Peltephorum. while Ta-
OFFERS vary ha chosen the East Pa-,
latka Holly, The Magnolia grand-, HILLDRIVEIN
DOYLE CONNER ;flora t* the choice of Mount Dora,
COMMISSIONER and Dogwood of CUrmont. Winter I
FLORIDA Garden It encouraging the use of
DEPARTMENT AGRICULTUREOne Koelreuterla tormoaana (Golden

of the mod ambition plans Incidentally, never underfill-
I'VI ever heard of tor a farmer- mate the value of annual In home Fri. Sat.
owned cooperative In he retell Inside Plants arw dvic planting Some twenty
field U being pushed by the 0"arm year ago Ocala selected\ the Petunia BIG DOUBLE
Bureau. Serve As NaturalAir Rosy Morn and encouragedhomeowners FEATURES
According to a recent newt re- to use them In
tort, the Ohio bureau proposespurchase. Conditioners I abundance, and they were planted -
by member of all the In park, parkway, city plant- "For Those
state bureaus, ot one of the cane logs county :planting, etc I sus'pent
try'i large national food chain. Did you ever stop to realize Ocala secured more publicity
Suggested u 4 prospect tor ae that plant used In the Interior of from this planting of the lowly Who Think
uliiOon U the Great Atlantic & home and public building serve Petunia In abundance than from
FROSTY MORN SMOKED "actflc Tea Company (A It f), a useful purpose u well u being any other one thing ever used by
OPEN 7 DAYS giant! of the food chain firms and ornamental* a Florida dty articles and Young"with
one of the oldest In the U. S. Plant art natural air contlonen *- pictures popped up til over the
A WEEK! I A P ha tome 4,479 stores according to R. E. "Ed" United States.Living,
land operate In 3D Kales east of Brown, President of the Florida
PICNICS i the Rucklet, the District of Cot urn.bia Nurserymen and Grower Asso-
Canada and a few states on elation Because they remove the Pearls. James Drr.n,
the West Coast, Grow sales Ire carbon dioxide from the air and Pamela Tiffin
In the neighborhood of 5V* BILLION tier return It u OX'llthPI
dollar annually, by Guy R. Wade
have an Important place and punpose
Next tn I rite U Safeway wIJI also
Nowadays architect are
about tlonal Wet 2,070 around stores and 2V4 grot BUJJOdollars. na designing planter boxes In the "It I II hard to get Into heaven THE BIG CRIME
hornet and public building Just "
if you travel alone, I heard
29'FROSTY for that purpose to help keep someone say this week Is it THE BIG CHASE
of such would
Purpose a project
lb. be to strengthen farmers' bargal the air purified. true? Of course It Is, If It I* II
log power In sale of their products It hat not been too long ago journey without purpose or a "The
Acquhttton of a big food chain ItI. that hospital attendant took all guide. Both of these can be foundin BigRisk"
Is pointed out would be In line flower and plant II<.t of the pa the Master of the Multitude
r with developments In farm ma tients' room at night feeling Christ of Nazareth.The .
MORN HONEY GOLD PURE PORK keting that Is, an Increase In that the flower or plant would road Is unfamiliar, the
direct purchases (by the chains) use up precious oxygen neededby night long, the hazards numerous -
of food from producers rather the patient. Now you will find and the need 1* great. Do you
than from wholesale organization the us of potted pUnt encouraged recall the slogan on the back of
SAUSAGE 2 lbs. 89c There are about 10 retail food In hospital room. the gas ration stamp during Sunday Only
chains In the U. S. that rank Even In spare travel plan World War II? It said "Is This
among the "bigs" but A It P I. plant and their function are /1mwrtant. Trip Necessary?" Thus pilgrimage Elvis Presley
the largest For a while It seemed Is necessary but It Is not to Pamela Austin
that apace traveler would haveto be taken lightly or alone
FRESH PIG Of count, no one knows wheth carry tome plant life to Insure The one who penned the word tn
er A & P or any other of the the removal of Carbon dloxde to the Gospel Hymn "Ne Never
big 10" would receptive to from the air so it could be Alone found the secret becausehe
TAILS the Idea of selling Its business. used over and ovrr Algae have found the Muter In every tree "Kissin1Cousins"
5 lbs. 79c or whether/ the Farm Bureau organizations been tested In this capacity and every rock, every blade ot grass
could swing such a Included with charcoal. long the road. He knew why he
S 2 deal.It. So keep your plants growing In ,Will traveling the road and the
Is estimated that for I dealII your living area you will findIt ,purpose for the road.
I big II one Involving A Athe P. I* healthful' God never Intended anyone to
FRESH PORK: Farm Bureau 1'I would In Florida when folks 1 be a "loner"_on this pilgrimage.
have to raise about 400 million drelll much of their time out
dollars. National membership It of doors a garden must be a FOR
i 1 this time is around 11 million. combination living room, dining -
STEAKS lb. 39cW The whole project Is reported area and recreation dub. There
to be under study by the Nation may be I lounging terrace, arranged FUEL OIL
Farm Bureau Federation with for comfort and attracrJvenen -1
which the stale organizations are *. An Important feature lathe
affiliated It Is expected to be grill, either built/ In or port.I 4
FROSTY MORN FRESH BEEF brought up at the national con ble, with handy table and aooessorle HOME DELIVERY
ventlon In Deremher. for the serving of meals LL
x41 Proponents of the plan say the Depending on the need of your'I '
time has come when farm production family, you will want area for I CALL 627-8883
will be controlled right down tennis, ahuffleboard horseshoes, In
LIVERIb.39cFRESH the line, either by processors, the or even a paved smooth are for, Quincy
government or farmers They rock-snd-roll dancing when yours I
want control to remain In farm-' garden I* taken over by teen-ager, 4 663-2319
en' bands. of the family. With the Increased
The new plan 1 III seen as a way !leisure as a result of the shorter In Chattahooche
GROUND to Increase farm income by ellm work week, there I II more time to I
\rutting wastes of overproductionand ipend enjoying your leisure and DISTRIBUTOR
increasing farmers' efficiency what better place I la there to spend
In marketing. It than .your own garden- i
The Spirit of me" U the
EEFib100 It will be Interesting to see how most recent thing in beautification PROMPT. DEPENDABLE,
such I program, if it Is put into circles At the convention of the COURTEOUS SERVICE
effect, wall fit Into the nationaleconomy American Association of Nurserymen
The U. S. Department in Boston a few weeks (go,
ot Agriculture policy Is to go aU It I. P. Quadland, Director of In-
out In support of cooperative. formation, suggested that we
n President Johnson" has expressedits : strive I to make the United States ,ArEa3'VE
I 3 support of the cooperative the "Garden of the World" by I SERVICE
ml'Nt'lnent. 976, the 200th anniversary of
M. At this point, however, there II the founding of our democracy.
Idle unanimity of Anion among Suggested methods for doing
the major farm organizations on this begin at the home level '
methods that will Rive the nation with every home owner making OIL CO.South
I, farmers Income parity with other ill or her property more attar t
SWIFT'S CORNED BEEF segments of our economy.If live. Then the program move onto
Farm Bureau's membership city, county and state levels. .i iFor Robert Street
can lay the money on the line for example, It I* suggested that'' ON ALL
purchase of a bin national food every dry select a city tree and a
HASH 5cJARMOUR'S 0L29c 16J? 39c chain, It look like such a oral city\ flower, and the QUINCY PURCHASES
would receive administration bless planting[ nf these. Many Florldal 1
ng. That's assuming, rt course.
then is no changed idmlnlsrra
CORNED wow Ion resulting from the November

BEEF Limit 2 12 Oz. 39cROBIN DOG FOOD '? 5c election.The plan of the Chicago Mar Do we really

PI.OB. Con antlle Exchange to start trading
In rattle and beet futures Is op- need
pared by the American Meat Insti aMedicare
According to Herrell DeCraff

1 1B 98t RICE president trade association of the rattle meat and packers bee Tax

Quo.; Baq. 29cCAMPBELL'S just a clim't commodity meet the that requlremenof Is suitable

for trading on II futures basis.
Furthermore, the Institute believe
futures trading might rum 7Health
I SHORTENING TOMATOSOUP out to be "a vehicle for expanding
government[ controls over the Uv*
lock and meat Industry.



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I 3Lb. 49 9 $100

Con ConsSTOKELY'S Thurt.. Fri. Sat.. "over 65's"

WALT DISNEY'S who cannot afford to pay

"The MoonSpinners"

If you are over 65, facing .
JUICE 4'V-1oo GRITS BOX. 5c medical expense andcan't

pay for it.. ..Ti

with yours for the asking, already

provided for by
SOLID HAND PAK CRINKLE CUT Haley Mills. law. The Kerr-MDls Act

Ell Wallach. offers a Health Opportunity .

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Sun.. Mon. Tut. If yon are elderly, ,
rY and without
4 funds for
GREEN HEAD Ar. You Looking For needed medical care ask

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Connie Francis. for the Elderly, or

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SUN NYLAND FRESH PORK r Profiteering on the vtrioui llli
t ,
I of mankind without
SausageLl.391SUBER'S 1 M1 offering solutions which reach
down to basic causes Menu to
V DANDEE BRAND FRESH PORK be Ml the vogue In modem public
life. To tome extent thli occurs
;: Sausage 3 BAG 1. because of the use d promises
that overreach any ponlble peN
i { FQ FS !i i! FRESH BOSTON BUTT t s p!, formance, but we wink at this
/ I practice of getting the vote. What
Roast. 39 I. sough it power. Power-hungry
poUtidani know, for example that
u ulWu WUUliuiu.auuuu..uuiuldruu.auuu.Uf.uuiuadif IIUNI' people will look for the easy an.
.siiiis.To t., INS,-e.PTaf.NTLMn ai expect the magic antidote.
l Halt recedloni. End poverty.
Provide Jobt. Equalize opportunty.
Outlaw f crimination. Some
Small Whole things are not easy. The lead!'..-
nhlp of this nation turned reck
less when it opened racial con
flirts, encouraging over pretext
Smoked PICNICS and parking unrest These approaches
even granting the existence .
of some denial of rights, were
wrong from every practical and
Sunnyland Picnics make wonderful philosophical :lewpoinl You Just
meals and tasty left-overs at budget don't go about creating love by
lit, demanding respect and eual
pleasing prices. High in nutrition. ty by demonstrations. We're
.gar Small 5 to 7 Ib whole, close trimmed aware that force )begets force but
and lean. Slow steeped over 2 9 we pert.forget that respect follows re.

hickory coals to penetrate right to>> The Protnt Method

the heart of the delicious pink LB In their zeal to go at things
meat. backward, our national leadershiphas
been smiling upon marches on
Washington, lionizing incendiary
demagogues bent on revolt wink.
log at lawlessness and destruction
and lending support to totalled
demonstrations Killing or fight.
BF o Ing police, who are symbols ot
authority' seems the accepted way
to saying blowup what the leadership is

Citizens who are Informed have
not been surprised at reports of

W-D BRAND CHUCK Communist participation In the
The Reds
ryv war against police.
know these tactics. They have
studied them sine the Russian

Mirlcades" in street fighting was
the oldtimers learn
the procedure
GIANT ed in Today It Is broken
48 ; W-D BRAND ROUND BONE SHOULDER bottles 1 Europe., Molotov cocktails, and: bl)<
Detergent. PKG. cycle chal"" The switchblade
they have acquired from gangs
Roast 58 and delinquents Police brutality
LB. Is a propaganda cry they have

REGULAR 49t DEEP SOUTH been using Kooning for years the Rabble

Revelations from J. Edgar
W.P BRAND BEEF SHORT !Hoover, and reluctantly from Pres.
Ident Johnson, that Communists
Mayonnaise0T39 ; lurked In the background of the
Ribs. 38 riots In northern cities could hard.
LB. ly surprise those acquainted with

San the Communist Francisco In record 1960T Recall These

REGULAR .49' DIXIE HOME and other revolutionary manipulators
100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *44. W-D BRAND GROUND will use any pretext to In.

48-CT. 391. LB. a cite they breakdown want riot and to produce of bloodshed.all law in time and What,:
Tea Bags. Beef 5 der. the abrogation of property
PKG- PKG. rights intimidation of authority,
and a terrorized dHrenry. Decent
and mponirible citizens of
the Negro race arc not with them.
Why should any ot our leader

HMUIM V t IACH CUT-RITa1 MORTON FROZEN (ALL FLAVORS) beT Take away the riot and dom.nratratlno .

: Wax Paper 2'Ro' il.49. lawful freedom and there of assembly.remains Mil.the

Meat Pies 51. inns of Americans of various
PINEBREEZE2D0t79 : races ansemble earn week. Some
REGULAR 2/294 SCOTT fAMILY (ASST COLORS) GRADE "A" MEDIUMEGGS eat together Many worship. Others .

Napkins 2 S? 25x BERRY HILL FROZENStrawberries Very study few and assemble! listen to to plan lectures.riot

or Insurrection Take away the
threats of rabble IOOIIPI'I, the
REGULAR 27< IACH SCOTTIES FACIAL 5-1. clenched fist, the Inflammatory
words, and responsible freedom
Tissue 2400.ct'49" of speech still remains. But with.
. ? ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDAOrange out the careless politics connect.
ed with it all, we should have amore
REGULAR 270 EACH. SOFT WEVt sober secure America.
FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE Add responsibility to our free

Tissue . 2 Pkg Roll 19 1 Juke 4 ; 99 doms.circumspect and we citlienryWho's shall Ahead have. ? a more

WQLM JJ< IACH SCOTT IAS 'T COLORS) TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN But the search for political ad.
vantage goes on Every govern

Towels 3 J wTl.KEGUAA is :. ment for action Its public Is today relations being value tne vured ,
. Fish Sticks 3':: 1. for Its poll.taking effect on the
2/294. VAN CAMP Johnson Image. Whether It meets
Town House advances prestige
Fresh national needs

Pork & Beans BCos 1. .1 abroad principles sustains Is seldom ethical the and ques mor.

Pecan PIEfULL tion. The American\ voter Is going
REGULAR 270 DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE to be playing the M. hole.ever .
if he remains unaware that

Twin Rolls. 2 ";;:: 491 CAULIFLOWERrSNOWBALL basic under standards heavy and assault principlesare Our

POUND 3 9 1 ihip ri state Is being allowed to
drift lazily without being anchored
i 3lp DOME DARLING CRACKED WHEAT to our heritage of ideals. and

Bread ;' 191I' : principles Race relations Is lupptaexfly
e e .:' bring soft.pedaled as a campaign
':: '
c ,, issue. So explosive Is it, and so
ti. 1O often the perennial political font
., ... ball that it probably will not re.
J ,
.. 1 : :(J o.. main quiet. In any event prod
EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA .' y :.", tearing upon racial strife for p**
dh( c.R..tt STAMPS I .4'J1. GREEN STAMPS q' .'" .'J 2g Itlcal purposes ta at the sum
!(.. ""I) Immoral stripe as expending
eM M wow w wwwr.Pv. /M.wr w ware :
eel' P... hon ,,> American lives to win nothing hut
DOWN.,...... W.O"BRAND POUM*PRISM P. WMTN or 11 "neutralism" that may sound
... Waffles ..6994w. Ground Beef Candy t. like peace to some but Is actually
., : '00.TMO" oc...... 17Tse & ._.TMO"OC O.M ITTH =N Nee Tuna ocroin lies the mad to tyranny Ar we omrr

....ww M1R 441r sere-.... '44 ...... _...... X4, inriery to learn, so that as efforts to bring to peace reader Vi
men who have not so far known
EXTRA..4'J FANCY RED JONATHAN It, must be based upon principles
EXTRACREEN EXTRAIX and not upon bow the situation

!(,.,,R..tt STAMPS war .4'J1.M STAMPS GREEN., STAMPS Apples 5 .LJG 491 CAn bt' mad* to look on national
--w worn H .N r a.w w war. television
Two"N.'U"...."oo"M RADID ONI S-l. C.4 Oct a..t. CAN .
14 ritCNIN S BLACK FRESH LARGE STALKS A crucial stag bl the devMop-
Oysters 2/ i Canntd'p'lcnlcTHRU
Pepper 35 men' of alcoholism occurs whena
O 00 THIU OeTO.lt ITTNOOCD 1 I _... tTrxEXTRA .t .M _THIS OCTO.. hell I person learns prefer solitary

:...._..... 44! ...MI'_..... '41 .n. ..are w-r.HN I., Celery. 2 STALKS 39/ drinking.i avails We to to person:drinking.with nYhilt.ng Stein.

U. S. NO. I YtLOvy% problems through the Florida
EXTRA Alcoholics Rehabilitation Program.
EXTRAOMt P. 0. Box 114T, Avon Park.
Two P... "00.... !.R wow w,,.Hewn.. eART ---w..wOr. Help for alcnhobci Is avtd10.hI.
KIND HUIH OMt t-l P o through many smrres-nostals -
I .O ( Puppies 2/58 MWk Prepared PARMe Salads Fig e..e"IN'0 Bar 49 -lO ORANGE "'( friends, ministers piysl. *
--THIS Una. etc. but help If avail
iJStKH 0e.TIWI ocn.u ITTM / _TN... .sa ITTN
Drink I 2MT89U. Inform almM
For *! m
...MI'_..... '41 .......-- e44 L_ ......www..... *4. / and alcoholism, contact the Flor.
Ida Slat Alcoholic RrhahlUtarkitrocram
P. 0. Box 1147, .'_

; S. NO. 1 WHITEPotatoes }. LOINSLICED LB. It If estimated that there are
more Bee milUua perm' hi the
US.. today who are entrapped tamw
staged atrahobim. for formation
III how they may to
piped, writ the Florida AJro-
Pork 69 Mile RriianmtaOon Program. P.

ibs 29 Chops 0.Habitual Box 1147 drinUr, Avon*Park.upon aweless Fla.

Inc to in* manure Is a drfMM
lICIt to the prngmaan cl sknM.
.aFor more details ea lilt

315 West Jefferson( Street I. lye-opener"Jcoholisra.Rehsbmtadon WtIIBYjC4IrohoIe Program

'. P.a Bo 1147. Aw Part



a i run. Funeral Today \\1 LOOKING BACKWARD and FORWARD Grab o to big

its>'enA. svf For Mr. Walsh 1 o

There was no room In the Bethlehem Inn,

Funeral arrvicM for Audry But a magnificent scroll was th.r. to begin

Walsh 17, ol Havana will be To unfold It* meaning to a doubting world),

conducted it I:30 tire. afternoon Increasing In glory a* It became unfurled, 0011ff il-opi
in the Havana Baptist CTutrhwith ;

the Rev. W. R. OMean and The arandeeur and beauty ol the ornamental design /

the Rev. W. A. Robinson official Had continuous theme, depicting a vine
Ing Interment will be In Vk*. a
en Cemetery. With million! oi branch currently rile, BARGAINS !

Bom in the Concord CbmmunHy Getting all their sustenance from the Fountain oi Uie

I + .''t Mr Walsh was a member ol'
the Havana Baptist Church. This Fountain lurroundi the Eternal Rock '

ate Mr Walsh died wddrnly Tuea- Supplying living water to the Shepherd' flock,

day tai Havana I Which He redeemed by iheddlng His blood i .
Survivors Include his widow,
the covenant of brotherhood
N. Mr*. Audry Walsh Havana, one Injuring

daughter, Mrs. Uylene Ban, Havana Th. lift In the vine detcendi from above;
: one son Dues) Walsh. Quln
cy; four brother, Norman Walsh, 1* the manifestation oi continuing love

Quincy, Bryant Walsh, Havana, liming from the Fountain In ceaseless flow

PIMM and Jim Walsh ol Tallahansee That the branches may live and continue to grow. CATSUP
***+-m. *+naa -t.c"li' 14 Fxtrie
; three listen, MIll I
PRESENTATION Mrs. William Crouch (right) li shown Walsh, Mn. Lottie Wood and Mn I' The vineyard which coven the entire earth P i e

I presenting her ch Vf.MU. Miss Evelyn McDonald, prei- Ella Itlnson all of Concord, and Was shown to the prophet before Chriit'i birth;

dent-elect of the at Thomas Memorial Baptist three gnndrhlldreaThe Butler Morgan Funeral The Huibandman'i Gin of His precious Son e

Church. Photo by Martin'i Studio Home 1* in charge ol arrangement Was designed to cripple the evil on. 1Os.. 00 t

'Chattahooche meet Tueaday night All God promised In the rooming of time Jie. Bottles '

and both were of great help. Bud Wa to limit the power of the lather of crime

Bits And will alto be on hand at the third KEY CLUBBy By bruising his head retarding the race

11 and final(Thursday session). at Havana bnight Blunter UM Which satan bad entered to conquer Grace

Pieces I This put Sunday tftt QMS Key The scroll of the Ogee continue to unroll : SLICEDPeaches
Dm forget what I aald in this dub attended the Division i Rally Revealing to the world the Artist goal.
BI BUTCH column last week about marking: I
!your ballot a the polls Nov. a. of Cubs Florida from Key Perry dub, Mantieello The Image was In the Mailer' mind e

I If you want to elect those peo and Tallahassee were represented Of all creation, oi whatever kind. 4 Cam $100

Couldn't Ft away to go to Uw pIe that have their names prlntedon at the rally. Quincy.* the only
Oak last week to see Qulncy High I the ballot be lure to take the club having 100 percent attendance Somewhere In the scroll are shown many men
time to put an "X" by these ol all Its member The Adamle race who are born In sin
the County
School play
I name They will not be counted Tom Fold ol Ft. Lauderdale They have all transgressed the sacred law,
team to Bob Munroe, Jack Moll if you don't and there li a pntti- ol
Governor Key
'ho I Florida
s But Eder Brother U pleading their cause.'M .
and I went out to lee Carter-Par- blllty you may be lorry later on dub was one ol the main speak an : "
ramore play a big team from it you fail to do K en at the rally Ton called on \e..._ FRUIT
Jadaanville. W* saw some crackerJack In stunts
the dubs to participate
football with Carter-Par-' Buis L Smith function more actively. He reminded
ramore winning the game 190., us that only through closerrganlzatlon adtwl,+hqdlll { Cocktail 5-$100
Some how It ,li hard for me to see can we accompli tesdItm

the various blocks, etc, that go Rites Are Held mon He told us that we as tree # ; sn ,
long with successful play but such
Amerlcam In an N
Fny night I did ire some ol Saturday P.M. a* Key Cub we have certain re- 1 1I
the beat blocking on Ont play that spunnbllltlei and hi encouraged +gt 1 r
I have ever witncurd. A Lion enthusiasm In the carrying ibis k n; 1 i
that' the Quincy team, took the Funeml lervlrei for B L. (Bills mon Ito reminded I ': PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
out ol our responaibtlltie
and Smith, 00, of Qulnry, were heldat
ball on Mi own 40 yard line us of the saying "Freebons
going like all gel out down the the First Presbyterian Qwirhot ando
wai Renponaibllity.1
far ask line. On three separate Quincy Saturday, Oct. 10 at Mean added Thomas defter
thl* he DRINK 4- loo
occasion In that one play the p.m.Mr, I, ton1 words and that' why $
nould-be tackier wa knocked out Smith, a native of GadwlenCounty dread It."
noel men
died at his home Magnolia '
contention at the very last sec
1 He Ito also called on Key dubben
It look like Carter-Parr Drive at pm. Friday
to have another had been In ill health for several,I to UM every bit ol potential theyhad *
I'J1JI'tI going and II the ,irk of the month A prison captain he went In carrying out their repnmIbilltie t I4 r RY
pd year and other spectators to work at usual Friday morning *o that we might live up 9 Ty TOMATO
student body .
hit home before to the expectation ol our parent
criterion I'm sure they hut returned to Just 1
It ne said
any school and community.
noon when ho 'It11.
.in. A member of the Flat Pre aby that only then could we live up
terlan CTiurch the service were to our 1M4-6S theme o| "Inspire JUICE 4c am. loo
Ui (Edna and I) are 1 Initiative" elloafe
to ip to Athens this weekend tore conducted bv Rev Timothy rider,, Individual Mallory linens ol the ,
Speaker r
New Philadelphia
Florida State play that the the Oorgia Semi- pastor Preshvterian o( the Church Burial.... Florida House at RepreaentatJye* tk :/ asrsa
BuUdcff. I hope tofrerally
scheduled to speak
In Hillorest Cemetery with \ vat
let that iheltacMng .
will not attend
roles unable to
Funeral Home \in but wits
they gave filth ranked Kentucky Yarn of Tallahassee ,' ,
Attorney Wilfred rlvr .a CREAM STYLELCORN
last weekend go to their headi charge. lDOIte In Home Head on !ii?
end wind upon the abort odd lie li survived by his wife, Mr*. of Youth Today.Our I
to the Julia Smith three ions CecIl !the Goals ..::
the score. We are going: : club' combo the Medal.

aim game hat with a a Georgia son attending lunatic that and Perry Lamar Smith Smith, a ,member of Quincy of and the dons butt wa due to to provide a football entertain-injuryby 4S ViAlS IN THI MOVIU-Rk'hard Arises fl ft) U ennfral- 5 X03 $100 1 1I

school at the present time and I,United States Marine Corps ala. rent lead guitarist Walter Dover slated In Hollywood by producer A. Q LylM M bla 48Ui year
him and one daughter In motion Whan Arts Mm week LylM
certainly dont rare to have Honed In Japan unable to play. pteturta kg*
rive! me a ragging all the way Mn. Kenneth Thanes of Quincy they Next were week we Plan tobeie ling worked In tile Parunount mall room. Holding the pictures
I and several grandchildrenAbo brittle. The price i will be Linda Darnell, eumntly ee-e atrtng wills ArIes ta Dlack I

back.Old surviving are three listen, SI peanut toe a I pound \InK. Each mem- spars" wfcick Lylaa la producing I SWEET
death took another one d Mn J. M Owen and Mn Hugh club will be arlUna: thiseasily.
tI our
.. and -'n. her
my neighbor i last week. lies MiKeown, of QuIncy. w hope the community
set only my neighbor but i rny Ovid Denmark, ol Jacksonville, this candy from u* a* the EVENINWEPARATES IN PERSIAN PAISLEY r
will buy
Mend and a close relative or and three hrothen, J. 1Wn1.lmlth candy will be apt'IIlJ R 5
for .. PEAS $100
Smith and 3 money J:
Etna's. R L. Bull) Smith had J. Fred << on. ol nut errvIl'I p"!)<<1a. .
been In bud health for about aynt Frank Smith, ail ol QuIncy. This week we'd like to wish last

but at usual death cam i un year1 Key Club SWfPthPart. Miss
I ,
expectedly.But New PracticesIn Janice Carol Cantey. MII&frt'I'r ?
WIll wen liked by those and Mn Robert Victor CanS I
who knew him. He loved to tea* Winterseeding, S best ol luck in her college HALVES
those he thought the most of. I lie life at FSU this yP'". '"
putting all ski ar 'i- 1
was also a nViknamer
Dr. Robert W. noisy
minds of outlandish jnonirkfri 'onfrlendi. 1M.By........ The Unit InrtltaUt e I t m me I
and his t PEARS
rrlattvef s.loo
There are mm new
Alwiyi In good clean run OU ideas, for an old southern prao pe.Jona
at I hto
Bids had a heart at big rice winteneedlnii the leer. iiF ?
thafi laying: a lot. 1"e 1
body and Towing around oodles of ryegram I ,
will be missed by many hIm and lining I wUl flirt became suspect en the gollcounei Mr. and Mr Cycle Warren of
especially mss seeing cnmpeutiveand day and -
In mil and toll
hit front porch In the even- Franklin Tenn. ".L t4iw JACI-O'LANTERN MASHED
on re age the best possible )IIIttlnl1l11i.1"I :daughter In law Mr. and M" l 1.e .
alwayi with needed on which Ientertain Jar* *
mark .home was Warren 01
t. rfahrte.
when I drove from whiter vlslton aecin- Thames .. vtaiUng the **"* '.
work. tomed to line bentgran gnU I datihter Mr. James Lunbert ?
What wa more natural death dMr. a $100
green I dut to>>
At voter tegl rest r I hlllt ** than to turn to the "flne-textunKl having. LamhPrt.fr. wm. t, IF iSly ri. e.r1
week for poll I holder*
rhmla this
the new labeling call Rkhsrd.an
a* Zanier
Inter grasses and Mti. ,
ele ctio r. The .
m the coming th sec. bo* (1ramuel
for their grouping on tonvrrv.r fo? .
\ WIllI will leave
tilt displayed by those people These Urn-textured spedea include where ... will attr.n4 the 4
tan o
imply terrine. world-famous Kentucky Arontree
the meeting of !tit
group ol people together Ihoie bluegranea the equally uieful Cancer date SortetY .t !tit ahem "The Ju LINDY EARLYPEAS
night evidently
at but of will -
and CWI'It
lint or red HoIPI. Mr. RlcIar'M"
poll worker had 10 much Into trivUll. Plaza Wall t
and nation the bentgrasae Poa visit his nepw W. Dr. .InII ee I

or oft eat more anyway In that their service they 10 county just that at tor they state election* the could time ttrne be, strictly But* yell many an wleb expert import call.ol chl't also carrhpaced fine qualifies care Seems Wit to, with theN leer, Mr.Ml and brother and iun Mn tn ta Walton Winter.law" and Wall Park de, ., 5 a, $ 00i4

the deep green
John D. (Bud) Williamson and (at least Sr.)11M and Mrs
ot bluegrass and bentgnua Mortimer I**"'*
of Swretary .1 ,
Henry Vincent .
) flwae
of the Highland type were among .
it A. D. Ulter
office wereerr --- -- -
State Tom Adam1
aU arto C..JOirtI :
at DtHrH
Monday night meet In at the the the Testtwr Smith tau Indicated that these Cub attl"ldnlbe II'W1\JII at Out Beach Garden Tk. lore-.f *f ,.1.1,,' {.* ;: ,40 LINDY CREAM STYLECORN
courthouse and Bud was newly prominent wlntertra '** Oub. I tern evening sepsrstue has r*> r "
generally perform best hi tale I II IIIId )In. A. P. ...er twrerldtlnc eired the clause et fall f hrkArista More evening tltlllm..t li -
Iturr*. The rIM fenruei chuck. their am taII" and rayon chilli The brilliant I .d..... with an it-horn pants
BULLDOZER come mostly trait Orepun, best daU&tlln, Mr. and Mn. GaUoway I of color and soft yielding lull In the rirtrldr l quhltoAndes 6 J?: $100

etch varietal nameniiVe d Q+eciig..! ... Brevard, N. CMnTrrsd hind are deftly tarnti young rayon challia. Both authbr .
WORK or Pennliwn. They spent, Klbilka will leavj with the ..a af (irlrldf.qUllUBf. LMmtor* of Avlw rtrhallli >
and are at their beset: Jorrow for Orlanto by Kolkrr, Above lfttong
quickly winter. The KBhK*, Caivenoat.. Th. uiw.p. t4 tong tnnlng Paisley evening lull-tklfi
LAND eartyII Muerraii, Including: fast spmut I Inl the gttt Cancer suit wmUM. inqailud, ailskychillis liar jscktt 111. lltuM |IOAbvw ;U-ET
In aacot-Utd tailoredbl.sss JUNGLE VV's
ttttle beige? tt ii riiht at nlnu
Pull. taM a IUI'I Lambert tapped with a string.tied -inllovir I fur mitt (laidpaKU. 10 Lb. BagSUGAR
w James
nature but torn & .... I
Bede Isn.assM Jacket used la ). .1.) .
I !ate lain In winter. It
rosy hel With late seawnkbiea. Death Victim OLEO Ib. lOc
Zlhe beihrte funw 1
Cecil A. Beane shed a tents IIIIJdUrI of two ...5cCasrL June C Lambert. 11. of Q"to- $100
J( ItUrtrJ bI\II fell home her Sands, --1 Limit 2
two Girl
MAID 7-6039 HlchIMdIftItII'UIo JnommfcOctll. rU had bees \II Tronp 108 had their
wcr of
the ''rftt'YW'
III mast health tor aeveral years. Chinese
wIIIdI hat rated hllN Q) Ian IraarM MXaiMtmhjrH
held at
It... amsmt the f'Intra1wea were
I eat Inr'atIML astate QIardI CJI to u* sag tw auuUnlleailrr
sefened at theJIIWnI1J !tit Bret Pr..hy er\aJt with Mia Margt TVmuA Hew GOLDEN RIPE
wtntn. Mix? at 4.3D: aM. Get
1 r\dI Jut inc had r Vn\WI"IIIJ tWVr and KM. E
ELECTRICALSERVICE Mle.tetppt\ Rer. Tknrthy out lint tru-rtlnf, We ehv4af Into
I that sit e.e rand Nash' PhltpK ta rharg ftifJaJWM
NedN HtabIIJhtcI bur ta Hula** Omewrjr .tdet b patrol and elected affirm Tat BANANAS lOc
mlJdalrUllDltntalntd JM a laws tilt dlrertlon CJI ButtaMtorfM r 4 seeder aw: candy MVdlUnMary '
I'JI aetie'IT. Howard CrUn and Ann
Funeral Horn
\IN a
radwr 11+5.1
sent amuW be IIIiiwtd loo Ito U mevived fcy JIll wu Mr.. Louise Itirter.W .
Anything from wlr- more tMIt 1 11II1III&tI u Jame C Lambert d Query Sire put up e Girl Smut
11III d \ matins Mm W. C lAmbert lent to prartk fur future tampnut.
pi teretcOwb hit
the .. RED SWEET
tag a house to rtplao tartte Il'UfftrII and ol OWleT a brother. Tataudc*
rib. Girl Scout
anus lot and UIWhI thSmi. Tea. lOS
lag a light bulb InC kI prank todeirr Umber CJI Qulncy lw a
IMII seeds may kelp As.s.kNsa terse Mrs. Normaji Oktlta. <4 Quta-
the beusa ap fine and )Ira. George Hanky. ., News I
Weterins cy. I Itay POTATOES 10
Ike Shepardat alm tt u ...' __ .\ PECANS BOUGHT lb.

ty u 11Wlnfer 01. soM- amx ,. ,
three 555541 be lies w__ than AREADY OUr (CBUMflur an Mr Britt Vsrirty A.y AMM

with ,.... lard reports lido! and Mrs Kimr* W* mnt sewTs'bsy I
\rata ZZ tJUIIDnn ** II JZ>> MIX aver onais. At OHSrouti CASH PAID
SHELFEB.BLITCBFURNITURE this. week elected do I
*"" ere- U we YOUR CHOICE
wht duie.de ti* Me had lew member BEEF LIVER
..natKW7 CONCRETECONCRETE hers a new
: CO. t4 III'dfe ire .*.! a wtntn'nil barn the faurDi grid. 'EARCTS NURSERY

MAk '-'W, ** see 0r10bn 21. we are gntoifMBf ..wa 00PORK

KM. IM.MilWinkMM ( out We are woeiUatScutt Tn. r.ryy sad B.r.sred SPARE 3 $1
n. MAta T-4IM c.-.I be reset. II e eaesslsayer. tse earn .. ...... Ties RIBS IB

.. : Af week me MIlt I* ttw rhurd) ............ ,
sill we wen lard bow to put
s7 trait Ualii,* flat**


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Oakland Cotxrvt ,
CcrogtCorpcrt.. Par Produta WOBpOBf USED PARTS lor oil make. TAILS 4 $1

IooIID9 SdI Celhf..etZlorida I IAJIea oi Con and Trucks Ibs.

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Tlo Jolt Ttee .... sr Tel s..r +.e MAte ,... WE IUY /VNUZ CABS _

Uxrana Highway Phone 621.ISS 1422 W. I.U.non MAin 7.7115 i

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[iNews-Views of Gadsdens Colored PeoJlel;


Leonard Moye Griffin BryantTo Saint James Dr. Greene To Jackson[ Heights I I Funeral Held Last Rites Held PTA Council To

Is GraduatedMontgomery Be Speakers Church News Speak At CPOn Recreation News I For Mr. BridgesServices For Mrs. Gee Meet SundayGadsden

Ala. Airman Rev. H R. Griffin one of '1'81.1 Weekly prayer service will: be Wednesday September 30, Midget football action this week for the late Mr. Nathan Life chapter ends for Mn. County P.T'}. Council
Third Leonard MOle, formerly ahanee'i leading ministers will conducted by Rev, 0. M Bridget, 19M. General Assembly was held will again depend largely upon Bridge wa conducted Wednesday Jellle Gee well known citizen. will meet Sunday, 4 p.m October
Clans 2, Quincy. hat grad- be the evening speaker at Mt. Thursday evening, commencing at In the School Gymnasium The whether or not, football equipment 2 pm from Elizabeth Baptist The end came at the Cad den 18, at Steven
rated from the technical training Carmel Sunday at 5 p.m. 6pm.Mr guest speaker for this program will arrived In time The Church, Rev. R. Junioui minister County Hospital following a brief Elementary School
count for U. S. Air Force preventive .I Rev Griffin was born In Jackson *. Grace Hale will entertain wa Dr. R. W, Greene, Lecturer sponsoren, players and coaches In charge, linns. She had been ill, but tell Quincy, All school principal and
medicine apeclallsU at county, and attended the pubic he Senior Missionary Society at and President of the Public Reation are ready for action, but an wiling The end came to the well konwn well enough to preform her task, President of PTA are urged to
Gunter AFB Ala. schools there Upon graduation home, Friday evening 7:30: p.m. I Council which comprisesthe to sweat It out, a* all citizen, Thursday, October 8, fol-) shortly before being admitted to attend President Joseph Roberta
whose studies Included he completed his studies at The first quarter conference will dates of Alabama, Georgia tins measure must be owing and extended linens A the hospital informs that state recogoation
Airman Moye Florida A and M University, Talahassee be held Friday evening 7.30; and Florida precau'l native of Florida the deceased
disease control and accident p. assure the safety our re- The deceased, a native of Gads- 1 II given to county organizationsonly
prevention, I* being assigned Fla, He la presently m. with Elder C. T. Sykei, pre Student leaden In charge of players sided In Quincy for several years. den County lived at home, High at the district and State
to 0. S. Air I Force support unit serving as pastor of Friendship A. ,siding. I' Assembly devotional were Anna Director Timothy Lane He joined Elizabeth Missionary Bridge Community south of Congress It Is very Important that
In Istanbul Turkey. ME. Jasper! Fla and Elizabeth Supt Julloui Davis announce Stevens, Pinky Gllliam, Harry that If equipment arrives on time Baptist Church, and for several Quincy. She wa a retired domco all P.T.A., both high and elementary
A.M.E. Jennings, Florida. that Sunday School will commence Underwood and thatcoaches years was on the Board of Deans.
airman I* a graduate of Edward Grant. for play, It possible tic worker. schools be Sunday
The represented.
Carter-Pan-amore High School Professor Robert Bryant well 0:45: am. All teacher and pupilsare The principal Mr. Hamilton, introduced will .: to play games ,'<' He also Is a member ot the Several yean ago she joined the meeting! will be the thirdIn
asked to observe the Good .
known Instructor and assistant opening Thursday Shepherds.A
the ipeaker. a* scheduled commencing Good Shepard and the American the series of annual
principal of Carter Parramore The morning worship service Dr Greene, a foreful and dynamic afternoon, 5:30: p.m, Those short program preceded the Woodman. Funeral service wa meetings
LunchroomMenus High School. He Is well versed In will begin at 11 .m. The Rev A.R speaker, spoke on "Youth game which will have to be madeup eulogy conducted from Old Bethel AM.
the peaking field. He Is expected t. McGlockton, pastor in charge. and Adult Crime Prevention will be played Monday the The survlcor are: Mr*. Annie E. Church, 4:30 October Arnette Chapel
to deliver a dynamic address The Elder C T. Syke will bring Through Better Human Relations equipment doe not arrive until Bridget wile, Eddie Lee, George, >. ; p.rn. Friday -
Sunday morning at 11 am. the message ." He admonished students of the later part of the week, make- Andrew and Matthew all of Orlando Church NewsThe
Sunday school will begin promptly Mr*. Authie Zelglcr will enter. Carter-Parramore to Join forces up games will be played as originally Nathan Jr., U.S. Army ion. The survivors are: Willie ,Bryant
Monday October D- at 9:30 a.m. with guest supt. lain at home member and vial. and organize for the purpose of scheduled.! Mn. Ethel Prince Blrmingtam! ,, Durham N.C., Napoleon Gee official family and mem-
Farmer Jones Casserole Decon Troy Plttman in charge. ton of Stewardess Board one. The fighting clme. He too stated and Thursday game scheduled area Ala. Mr*. Agnes Fennel), Orlando, Joseph Gee of Quincy and Earnest ben of Arnette Chapel are glad
Tossed Green Salad Hi staff of teachers Include: Pro- meeting! will begin at 3 p.m. Sun I quote "that then I I. no better follow: Betsey Yellow Jacket daughters Mr*. Alma Wiggins,' Gee, Midway. Mrs. Moddle for the return of their pastor and
Grow Limas eisor Julius Fisher Adult class day.Evening time than now for young peopleto vi. Sykei/ Fine Food Tigers The tep-daughter, Jacksonville Mn Watson, sister city Interment Ms. A. H. Hunter for the conference -
Enriched Bread wllh Butter teacher and Mr. Theodls West worship will commence look forward to positions of day will climax with Simmi Cathrine Chester, Culbert, Ga, was conducted In the CampGround I year. All services will be
Plnln Cake with Chocolate Mr. Benjlman Ziegler Deacon 8 p.m. Elder C T Sykc will clever leadership In civic social and Jackson[ Lion meeting the Business and '11'1. Annie Hightower also of: Cemetery Slmms-Jack held as scheduled Sunday, com

Icing Robert Lewis Green, guest secret the aermon. public life surrounding them. Social Men Wildcati. Gilbert Ga, sister Benjlman, son In charge mencing with Sunday school'
Milk The first official board for the handicap are obsolete" The coaches for the midget city, John of Thomasvllle and Morning worship service will commence
Tuesday, October 20- Morning service will commenceat conference year will be held Monday Time was alloted during the teams an former C.P. Lion they Jerry Bridge, Detroit, Mich,: Hospital ReportCOLORED at 11 a.m.
Pork Chops
Breaded 11 Deacon Lee R. 1:30: p.m. lecture for Jr. Simms- brothers Simms-Jackson Funeral
a m. Hymn questions to be asked are: James Williams I Mrs Hazel Smith will entertainthe
Collard Slewed Green Apple i McGilL Invocation Deacon G. from the audience Several students Jackson Lion Richard Bell Home in charge, Young Women. Auxiliary,
Sticks Oliver Processional New Bethel took advantage of this time Sykei Fine Food, Tlgcn. Fred Admission October 6 through October 28, at home. PresidentF
Corn Carrot Bread and ButterMilk A.M.E. Choir Call to worship Lion To Meet by, asking the speaker several flnnon Business Men Wildcat C-P PTA TO MEET October 12 (Date Inclusive) I Caldwell I urge the attendanceof

,Rev Verdell Hamilton, scripture, question relating to crime and Its and John Hutley, Betsey Yellow Carter-Parramore P.T.A. ii lIke William, Ida Bell Smith, all member.
Wednesday October 21- Prof. Whitt A. Campbell. Benevolent Panama CityThe present on. Dr. Greene reacted lacket. scheduled to meet Wednesday, Albert Rlttman Ida Mae Cooper.
Country Fried Steak offering Mr. WasteR Francis readily to all question asked. The public t* Invited to attend evening 7:30 p.m. October 21 Cora Lee Marshall Arthur G. HERE AND THERE
Buttered Rice Announcements Mr. Carl Dr. Greene also brought along these young player game. President V. D. Kelly urge all j i Stokes, Andrew J. Donaldson,,I Miss Horestine of Havana
roaring Carter Parramore Byrd
Bryant Solo Mr. Alphonzo parks several posters on which were Ellerton Joan
Jame ,
Cabbage, Apple and CeleryRated parent and chairman of corn Vilncy;
Jr. ()Ocaiulon Deacon Robert R.ireen Lions, last yean conference champion printed slogan* pertaining to the David Whitaker nittee to attend. Annual due willbe I Morgan, Havana; Minnie Lee! was one of the three hundred person
School lunchI'HRC Introduction of Speaker, and runner up to the stats combating of crime. These, the Keys, Gretna Llllle Mae Scott that attended the design
Angel Biscuit ( accepted. On the agenda also i ;
'rot. Julius Fisher Proessor title protected their claim with a speaker the wall in thegymnasium school for Florist at Roscmont,
Speaker posted II
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9-0 Northwestern Hombuckle and In Tho-
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Jcllo with Banana Robert Bryant. Offertory, for everyone to read Passes AwayFuneral Congress. COLORED BIRTHS
Mr. Jessie King chalrma Mr. Jacksonville This was gamenumber and take note of masville Georgia. Horestine! I I.
Milk three, and only the second Louis and LIllie Mae Scott Girl employed by the Havana Florist.
22- L. R. Wans, Mr. Wilbert Caldwell -
Thursday. October conference game for Coach Holt' services tor Mr David CIRCLE TO MEETThe October 9. i She plan to be a florid
Mr. Council Andrews. Acknowledgement
Baked Fish Vhltaker conducted
from MLZlon
Oven of Visitors, Mr. young Lion i Corn Contest was Iris Garden Circle will mwl t: Tom and Cora Marshall Boy
Potato Salad I Primitive Baptist Church at the home of Luree Blood can't be manufactured.It .
TomlltWpdgcI John A. Williams Remark and The Lions are Idle this week due October 11 4 He Mn. E October 1LGoodwill .1
Bread Benediction Rev. Verdell Ilamil- 10 a break in the schedule, but' Set WednesdayThe Monday. p.m. louBton, 902 Fifth Street, Thur can come only from human
extended illness
Corn I died following and
ton will resume action against the day evening, 7,30: p.m. President: Industrie is the beings. If you are between! 21
ButterMilk Evening worship service will be- strong Bulldogs of Roiewald High at the Gadsdcn County Hospital Lucy N Gillum urge all office I world large it rehabilitation and 60, you may save a life bygiving
October 23School' Kin; at promptly 5 pm. Hymn School Panama City. Contest area will 4-H be Corn held Production Thursday, October 8, 12.30 and members to attend(( Programprojection agency for handicapped people, the blood that only you
Frldny will be the main topic: second only In the U. S. to the can give. Visit your nearest blood
ChoiceAssociation Deacon Robert Thomas Invorat- The Panama City eleven will Invade evening, October 21, 8 pm. in p.m.Th. deceased Is a native of or discussion. Veterans Administration. bank.
ion Deacon Measo BctaeyPro- the Lions Den with a res- ThomasvUlc, Georgia The participating Florida lived In Quincy for
cesnlonHl, Allen Temple A.ME.!: peeled conference record They counties are: Jefferson several )lpan. Several yean ago I
In Choir, Tallahassee, Fla Scripture, have posted wins over FAMU High Leon, Gadsdcn and Thomas he joined Mt. Zion Primitive Bap- WINTER FOOTWEAR KEY ISSUES RESOLVED I

Deacon Leonard Cordnn Benevolent and Howard of OcalaThey will The Initial affair will terminate till Church, and served on the j
31st SessionThe offering, Mr. Russell H. meet Washington High In Panama with t banquet. It Is expected that Board of Deacons His friendly
lephens.. Solo, Mr, GUI Shaw. thl* weekend. fifty plus 4-H memben from the disposition won for him many rj
Announcements, Mr. Bennle Forehand According to the C.-P. coaching Big Bend area will attend this friend. j
Fifty Second Annual! SessIon Solo, Mr. Clarence Bryant. staff all regular player will be first affair. Prizes will be awarded Several yean ago he retired asa b vr
of the union Baptist AlIBOI'Iat.i Introduction of Speaker, S. F Abram ready lor the Panama game and to top entries In the ten ear city employee, r e ,
ion and Thirty First ,Sesslon of the Bellamy. Speaker Rev, H. are looking forward to the remaining contest The survivors are: Mn. BettyL.
Women Home Mission will be held R Griffin. Invitation to Joiners game Lincoln High The speaker for the banquet Brown Belle Glade, Florida
October 1418. New Jerusalem Rev. W. L. Sneadi. Offertory, Mr. Tiger and FAMU. All three opponents will be August Hill State Agent Miss Mary Whllaker, city and
Missionary Baptist Church Rev. Clinton Jordan chairman, Mr. Sol- are rated first division for the State of Georgia another daughter In North Caro- s1
William Maxwell, entertaining. mo Bradley, Mr. James Andrew., teams presently He will be introducted by V. L. tin. Interment in the the Sea-
A local program was held last Deacon Henry Smith, Acknowledgement Carter-Parramore join In the Elklns, State Agent, Special program board Cemetery Simms-Jackson
evening, which was well attended of Visitors, Mr. Arthur traffic Jam near the top In con- Florida Extension Service. Funeral Home in charge.
The Association officially Harts. Jones. Report of Finance Committee erencf standing along with the C. W. Mciver will serve a* Tout r
1:30: Thursday a.m. with a business Mr. Willie Stephens. following team; Lincoln High of Master. Rites Held For
_Ion. The opening sermon Words of Appreciation Deacon Gainesville, Gilbert, of Jacksonville Assistant Agent R. II. Stephens,
will be delivered by Rev. S. P. Johnny House Remarks and FAMU and Lloncoln of Tal- informs that three entries will
Floyd The afternoon program will Benediction, Rev W, l.. Snead. ahasae and Panama. compete for top honors from Gad Hardy JacksonFriends
consist of a discussion, moderator Morning and Evening ushers The Carter-Parramore and North- aden County.
0 U Lewis In charge of Mr. Hardy Jackson, -
will be from the local churches of waiters featured long
game run*
Thursday evening, Rev. Nehe- the city and from Tallahassee I hard blocking, visions tackling Mrs.Johnson 'regret Which secured to learn October of his 2 passing at the, Two key issues that perpetually The increase of public aid;
mlah Bowen and congregationfrom The Senior choir of Mt. Carmel and fumble plague government and service represents an important
I Gadsden County Hospital following -
Antioch Missionary Baptist would like to thank the choirs Earl Murry was the leading state officials are unemploymentand advance In the itate'i war on
brief Illness The deceased
Church will have charge of serves from Calvary, Reno and Cairo, round gainer, with 95 yard In Passes Away Is a a native of Florida, lived in mental health And for good poverty, a* well a* helping to relieve
He will be accompalned by Ga. Also Arnette Chapel A.ME. 11 tries. Eugene Ward on a punt the reason; until recently no ont unemployment.
Gadsden for
the choir, of Quincy for making the musical return scampered 65 yard for aTO Friend of Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson County past Kerns to have known exactly the mental health
several yean.Funeral In the field of
Tho cloning services will be Incharge best methods of with
program a success Sunday. behind key block thrownby regret to learn of her passing servers Will conducted dealing Governor Kerner again as.um.Jan
of Ml. Zion Chattahnochco Thanks go to the visitors and Mrs. Willie Ray Smith, and Alfred which occured at home Tuesday, from the Second Elizabeth Missionary them.On. of the active role. The first majorgovernment '
Rev G. will deliver most Impressive
the Flemmlng Etta Jean Colston President of Johnson Ward Earl Murry and Tctober 6, following an extendedillness. Baptist Church Sunday, 2pm. records compiled on thest Issues figure to make this
message Arnette Chapel A.M.E Choir Charles "Toe Joe" Robinson accounted A native of Georgia, the Rev R. Washington, minister Illinois problem a political Issue, theGovernor
Otto Kerter's.
The senior missionary governor :
and Junlon
t Remember you are always welcome for the touchdown One deceased lived hen tor the past In charge.A Since he took office In 1060, I followed through after
department will hold theirInPl'Unl to worship to Mt. Carmel. extra point 1* credited on a pas several yean- Several yean ago short program preceded the Jhe sUte's unemployed has de- his election to lead Illinois Intomental
( Friday morning, President -Refreshments will be served Immediately from Lorenro Hayes to Mark she joined Second Elizabeth Missionary eulogy. r limed sharply from 7.7 per cent health reforms
Mary Blade, presiding after the morning ser Robert. Emmltt Trlbue 'Intercepted Baptist Church where (he In the tat
The survivor are: Willie Jack- February 1961 to a record low .
Friday commencing 2 p.m. the vice. At 2 p.m. Rev L. Daymound a pas and rambled for 45 rendered service She was a mem- son, father Mn. Ophelia Jackson a if 3.5 at presentAs President Kennedy

corns oMlon department will hold their and Friendship P. B. Church will yard, before he Will stop ber of several auxillrles. mother, Mn. Willie J. ', a result, manufacturers received called ahead three of i,
be In charge of service If you The Davis boys, Cavern and Elton Funeral services were conducted Young Mrs. Gloria D. Banks, a payment of $16 million years arrrtn the nation. 'I
ration Friday evening, 7.30: pm. Edu miss these services you will miss wen the leaden In tackles SUndRY, October 11, 3:30: p.m. with Miss Annie J. Jackson and Mrs. In unemployment tax last year, What makes Illinois
NlKht will
be observed a treat. with 8 end T respectfully. They the flee Reedy Washington minister Betty Ann Jackson sister T. C.. and Illinois was able to compilethe aheadIn
Rev, N F years
Sumpter and conKregHllon Deacon Johnny House, reporter wen joined by Calvin Jackson and In charge A short program Earnest, Homer L. and FreddieB. highest employment figuresOf mental health
will be from In Bethel, Chattahoxherwill : and Rev T I* Geter, pastor Willie Ray Smith with 4 each. preceded the eulogy. Jackson brother Intention all\ the Industrial states. reform Basically
Feature charge The C.-P. Lion ground attack The survivor are Abraham was In the Shaw Farm Cemetery How was It done? Simply by Illinois returned
be Saturday morning will BABY CONTEST wa the main weapon with a net Johnson husband, Thomas Mark Slmm .ckaon Funeral Home taking advantage of the Federal the problem to the torn-
I Memorial ho Youth Department The of 237 rushing yard, to their opponents CUthbert, Ga. Johnny Mark Albany In charge! _... ---_ .. Area Development ActwhichIncludes munlty. Treatment I II now being
services will be held Amlcae Group ot Zeta Phi Beta 32. Northwestern pined Ga., brother. Rooseveltand A new Idea In women's footwear facilities,Industrial loam and loans, public personalised and decentralisedmuch -
Saturday evening Rev Sam Sorority will 98 P Jamie Johnson, son*. Mrs. grants, technical along the lines of public
Booth will climax Its Baby Contest yard to C- 0 In the passing USHERS TO MEETThe based on gentleman'l assistance I and I
Association bring the message. Sunday, October 18, 4:30: department.The Gussle M. Plxton city Mrs. Pear- Union win spats, should take the place otboot -Illinois was able to create more school systems.In .
Sunday S< lvxl will p.m., Antich C. P. Lion made S tint lie McDonald, Tallahassee Miss City Wide Usher1
Missionary Baptist wardrobe this
Inmany than 7,000 new jobs the past, soelety's"put them
at 9 30 .. M. B. Church on or training
Jpnvene : m with Rev meet at Antioch I
R. J. Jackson and Church Quincy.A i down and Northwestern one The Mari: Johnson city, Mn Lessle I askingall winter. Called Spat-A-Bouts, positions. away" attitude Isolated m.nul:,
in charge Norman Lewis program will be held In honor C.-P Lion are Stressing pass Bauikman Mn Irene Williams. Sunday. The president attend *business they're mad of tough, durable Further, a planning committee patients I In remote fortress-style,
The nnnual of the youngster followed by defense, passing offoniw during Mrs Dora Walker, daughtcn In- members to at 7:30 nylon fiber supplied by Chenv formed by Governor Kerner hospitals I that wen, In reality
age will be delivered moderator mesa sponsor report Winner will be their drills. The public 1* remind. terment was held In the Shaw meeting! Thursday night : p. strand. They're cheaper than established an Zesty Warning prisons. Now In Illinois, new
! L Lewis, by Rev. 0 announced in next week' paper. ed that Rosenwald 1 I. a first Farm Cemtery. SunnuvJacksonFuneral mMr. boots,slip on and off more easily, System to sound a warning when cottage-.tyle clinics provide a.
: : eommmclng at 11 a.m. The public I* Invited to attend. division team. Home' In charge S. Robinson, president.IS and add fashion versatility sswell layoff or shutdown threatens 25or bright home-like atmosphere.)

a* warmth. and style. more people for six months or Communication and Interaction 1!
longer. The Early Warning per- between patients and community!
nits the governor-working with are eon.tllnA.. a result, listen
state employment and economic all over the country will soon be
levelopment agencies-to assist adopting mental health programs -
FOR ntiseni Immediately it the time patterned after those |ht
W before unemployment occurs. the Land of Lincoln.


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pbon .:T...... U CAPITAL PUT CONTROL it. fit" 4oo P.p.r Cn "onum...'. DeceaaedNOTICB (DEAL: )

Goons ruo "u'h Pour d..... Xrtwln Paur
r.., (.....1 T.r.lt. Two mlnul.a I ".. 11 4* k.) lb lwaio h.r.by alven that lIsa fl.rk nd Circuit! ('ourln.

('...... Rat ... tu0. kunlrod '\' .,, .OI'and und..I..d h. rll.4 ... rlnal515t ....... Couatr, Florida

Roork r..l..ll.oCaU I l phI l.niha (III.I) foil to PU. anton d .por' Is AdmInI'itr000d By Mary B. ...... TNOMrC0N I
FOR RENT al; th.nro run Nortk Bl: .htr- "If tb. malOds .t hiislosti ".pll, n.rk
ToUkhuaoo. Ha. nlno d."r... No minute. gist it.r..04 and hso .1.. P11.SI JOHNSON A HARNETT
IS II' of Bt "",.tllroo and its 1'.lIl1on for tHdar .f ( .. A It.r".,. for Plaintiff
COLLECT lilly fins kundr.dthi Ill '!) trtbutlon and Ua application for "I'' J.oh .. H.r..U 4' MAIRTGOULCTAUMTIONCO

1 Bodroont onfuraMM mat, Ih.nro run Mouth Tw.ntf- Final liiecharae and OIls, on Ihetlh gosh Waahdnuioo 11..t _
Moo_ HOME bITE 3IS-94U oil d...... Flft..n mlnutea FaatIII d.) of )Novemb, Illl alI QolSl'yriori'l&s rOR SHOWS IN TORONTO
laralM bDuplM I II' II' Kl oxr.ntr-rive tilt ',,. It
*) Apartment OFFICE 122-ITII tf .00 lock A M r aa
I lash lb... run Knutk lb... d.. illsroafiol II Oh. snd.rslgn.dmuy IN THE EARLY PART OF HiS CAREEP _
.l 713 W. Waithlnglon.Vlthln 51500 fill... minuiss gNat IS It toho I
hundred liteonHID : .r1'u ti.d.d.aaunt ,
walking dlaUnr olthopa 7' II Kt Ono ii"<, .f
...tl bOors rnn North r;ortda at hIs ..III.. I. NOTICH Id HEft liT O1VICNLllSl.M YOU1L NEVER MAM IT-
I )
and "lIu""_ .. ."., U< wh. WOO
KiKwl Ellhir-"l .r. Forty-five Iho ('.'SrI banns I 9 u Inctr, Florno "KIuli GIVE UP SHOW BUSINCSJ7
mlnut.a Pont (N II* 4$' Bt along : for: approval..I.II sold FinalOrder Is Oho ( I..ort of

VITAMIN and j ....." road ail hundrod eight 6.0Si sod R.port slid for so <..d.... County. Flyr Ida. at theapeclal
CU I2T-T1I1. during budnnii .114 Thlrt... IIu,4..dlh. till III if lit.trtbutlon .nd for term thereof, A tX IllS,
1 Mnl I'd rolhot McrlfU.0 kolHARRELL'S ol ror.lvlng *Uprp.Hy I.
last to the point of k lnnlnContalnint Final Diarharge aa ascii AdmlalnTl'.ICNP. of in* ffno ad
boors, or U7-82I4. after p-m. HEALTH FOODSERVICE limo 5.bit. lliosolsp01 Twal*. and Elghirmo'ra : and Mnlenc.d thereforto -

yso, 005 IIu..4'h. (1111) ........ BANK AND TRUST five. II) yoar probation will
or"f.e7'eald'irVt' Ian apply fr lemeney t* the >tal* t
h.tnlt s port .r 1510 W.at lilt (My XtMI-ANY T E. Nlio Hoard *f r.r...., Tali......... ?
22* ISIA11 ( of th* aogihw.it Quart.r It* Trust Officer Florida. at Uo neat r gul** aaol
FVahirlrn RrtUrBulll Slant! ( -Jh of Sonlino a n.. It) a.d A* Admlnl.trator *f Ih. E.U4.: I...
WtO'r I a .mall frai'tios In tho North..tI of lois ....... .......4 Handy 0.orsa4Appllciiitl11
VWffl tllHlW
Board tilth Alum. Iranwi and m *TOPTON osrlar 405 II of tho fouth.II ... 11rosatoimdTawlanQoiity '

olhif aid. to goad hrallh u I \jOlr', .. INKS). 1oct10. Tw.ln ; PlotIdaAttUnsys ItIt_ d r'

Natural vitamin and food auppl ( ), Town.hip OW..t' North far AlmIniSIsloe '
pww.ap'uItItKNT I'MK Miif and Hunlinf UOMO Rungs Three (I) ..J.a Orl It, II. II Nov I It )lOT'Cor $01.1
County, Florida. Oustpan.uo. I'
ails and Rub llciKnian (01)'m- I This nolle I* ".',.,, on ,"apunuonl III! 'I'HIt ,'lltl'IIIT I"'IIT' 41' 1.01.5 I. th hs.by final gIo.s Isothff.rosloauro
I *
(ilr foaoh) ottAKtCALOUlHIIO.lEGfttNOIICES. to lotIon till (II. THB IIBOOND Jl'PICIAI. CIH- "I *and ..1. entered In ,

103 W. King 81. 1Mb 127 7432 .I Klorld liatutea lilt It you CHIT OF FliOKIItA.COUNTT.IN ANH the eu.a ". In the Clr.ull
for non IN \
: A anOint fall to Ills r..pon.U.I nl.adlna. FOR OAlNtDBN for ... Counly
105 Wait Washington street .a hor.ln r.qulrod, a Judgment ('HA 501'KR 1, reurl U numk.r i-
(011 MAIn ,."" from .-.. It I by d.fault will be entered aaalnatWulnry CAM NI). ...11. Florida. 10.0 dock. willsod ,

I rpi for tho .II.r prmpod for by N.tTIf' BI 1'III\I.IrATIOM II'( ,ihVro"pdrr.'yii..t.d"(; ..1.
lbs plo10111t Iso 115 ComplaInt. LUII1.1H. Lo IIF.I. '
"ADIe. .ITNK.g .o 155,5 iO ('lonIatsi PlaIntIff, m'rnenWrhVN-B oorner atIhe 5WMCtLo71v mtAMtLor:
-Ih. ..ml at said Count I. ... ( ThE HIT &ROADWAY MUHCAL
.., aiC of faction II T a N, ,
FOR RENT I O.d.d.n Cou""?, Florida 11014120 rotS A I. ..oodIIAIIIIARIT | .
TV SERVICE 1M TUB cincurp cotTRT orTHW this tIll II day of lepl.mbor, VUUAIu his wIts R I W, and run south Ml fe t, GOUUT- THOUGH TOTALLY UNKNOWN
II I-'ONU jnniciAi. CIRrriT M f..t la Ih*
I...... run
1I.I. u1 .I, tl TO nit AMERICAN PUBLIC"
UK FI.OKIHA IN AMK > then. run
... .. I>.t....... point of hMlnntna.
"... All I CUUIOTV.iN taicAt.i ; *
OAI>HIKN Nurtn.rn hank of
    Office Solos ... ....1. ClfANCIII : limb Poor TOI RON A IJ' r CXI At. and a hrnoob known aa ike TanvardItrawh.
    SpaceAir hI.wIt.
    n.rk of Clroult Court of MAKDARET btHIAU
    AlTo RAIIIOt WICK'OHk | OKUEK.. No Putt.-.U('nNIITRl'CT.\I. rud.d.n County, Florida.Br ., ...11..., r.dil.nc I. Ih.nc bonk run up of alona ealdbranch I

    I Kuualaa .. Ilaiir, Ull N. Hinge Itoad, the Northern I
    r Hn Cl.rk. Ohio to where

    Conditioned 'UNDAY'S :'CAMI'BEIU CAMHUKI.I KI-olKl! JOHM P KFM.NRDT P.. Kept 14 rxputy, OIL I. 5. II_ 41 YOU ARH HEREBY In NlrTIFIRI (...... b.kinalnato Los..,. Boundary the lbs"late of lanJa > that Cumplalnl
    WILCO BUILDING SOUl? a TY .".. .Ie.'IW BARBARA I-HIUTAW.P DAVIS.IHOUKER WA1... Notice I. n.r.hr NOTICE.1.... that the losS a d.orrib.d"'.rt.a ..* upn the luoai.d fol> Charle.Ohs HO'Psi Norlh.r, d.i'.a..d b.nk, Ik.nfrum .f <\ COUUT w sucttsvuL '. '

    Woo, 1.01.am.. ,llJK It FIHLTAW NATIIANIKLPHILTAW Board of provided ,1.51,5 prop.rly North II flail 1
    Adju.tm.nl to- sold ",.. h run
    Furnlahtd AI.KA RlMMCHI'DPHILTAW Inn by R.ctlon ...11 of the rode 'In Uad.d.n County, Florida Sits, 1Ia' 555 ,... 10 ..h.r1 THAT A WrIOLt HOUO Will M DCVOTEO

    Utilities I 401APJI-gteoitKgIt: : cjr drdlnano.. City of Uulnoy, will....1. at Ih. North..! (NE .: b.glnnlng! all belli* TO HIM ON THE CDS-TV NCTWOBK
    Suit and KUWAHD CHAKUk* HOW Florida will hold a public h.ar- of
    to Lnt Four lbs
    Alter Co P tot
    Will AltO ng at I.I* oVI.Vity .,. P M Mo.. original mans ....r.. ".1..1... of Florida, sod a part of the tj THURSDAY MNaNOVtMfttB I9TH.GUC1T .

    Your Need LEON :, .. PI.I"tlf' lOop (dd'thbap IOih 1004 at thi Ohs ?swN .t H...... Pi.rOIs. of (he ari *f ..ilu* II TN. STARS ON
    11.11 In tho (.'lly.of.Qjilnoy.Uulldlna .
    I W
    AN 1C A IVANS, ULIJB CVANI, ..1..1.... on Ohs .pp..1 of PooopJarlsoo tl.ssns liunr-one fiN and Wail twenty-five(Ins hn.kuna.ulk *, I* Ike klabe.t >nbtal 'AN HOUR WITrt$ R061CT COULET*

    APPLY WILSON'SIqL'iii MOBILE HOMES **, from (ha danIsi .r 15,0 '..... fuo Wdda'r for .*.h h.I..." IS.h .
    |I n.f.nd.nt. r.4th. 1111 Itl boot WllLlr4aUDC LMLIC CAJJON
    If In.iierivr of to. City of 11.1... ....r... fourlee* aoppO f .,.... o'rdonl In II.furonaoi ,
    TO ANti'A KVANH and
    Qulnry I dinylni h.r application sod Owl Wrlao'i I. iii.ufoorooeN TEDRV-THOMA. AND PEHB CtNNAfiO.
    halos Sorrtca :VAN*, Imp ku.band, II marrlod. for p.rnilt lo add to her r.ild.n.o mlnutee W"., (a 1114 Wl Nln. 55 Oh. $0 day of (mt

    -1.UB- KVAMt and _- fcV. it lot Ruuth Kay .1..... h_... Iy'fo, 0.4 ftl..two h.1M14'b. Oho 1.4101 Yntiol I'm, I
    ANH; hon liii.hand If ....rl.4. III III fo.l thaocs nil 504 51
    N.. Moon VarlaMa. I ,and of .ck .1 oofflal.nlsiamnand N"rth Ei5ldIy.oIna 4..... .... lbs 0".40" r..u..I' Court 500,05is
    ..... .
    : Gardner. Concor. Blawart.Hie MITH, hi. wit. If marrlod, 1'M. limb dsp .r 5.ptoob''. ....., rnlnolos W..t (N 1117' Qui.., ,. ,1..Id.II.U'. CiurbSt
    claaa Utd Trallora HAKKKR: IMITII and A. n.noARII. 0555. W) One hundred (I'") Ml loth 711.0 CntsnlB FbLaJv.I1
    KM mi. hi. wll.. If marrl.d.JANn ,. Boot aid. *f Sills Road No.' ,h. rl..11 W@illIm; )
    I and 1$ Wlda I >> or APJmTMCNT: OF aloa SI ,..,...1.. lIa.. i
    WMIOHT ailS 00 U, thomas toutkw.terly II
    TUB CITY OP QUINCY ru>H- rl.,..
    : ''
    WOMBM ntart now for Oil l WHiaHT.. bar ku.band. H ;;; I0 04 tko rlahi-of-war of *.l1! rd 1..1''' -
    ('hrl."'''. earning. M an Avon w. irado lot furnlturo M rl.rt.: 1111:011IL HMITII .nd H. 8. IO.l.s
    K.ppm.1,10.4040. Writ. Mrs. anything ., ..alu.W. PATSY MITH.. klo Wlfo.UKnKOK ., lip Chainmau0dit.OS NOTICSTO. f CIISSOV by Harvey Jtangol, Ph.D. I
    h'10t4 /
    I' .. Awn .lan.- rARHICOAN and KArl '1IN f.llswlog I 0.0w boas .ppaISIOd by Ohs 554 J
    ar l'a Box till MHl.l.liaha. : H.*. COOL tEAt I'AKNIMIAN, hi. wlto IIROHOH ('ommioOlIur'O Sf tlsladoo (.1101? Is 5II *5 lnapm'laPo IhPoIiIhlSt al.f Agrorioml.l, Alllail Cntrxlccl Cof,.
    \ .. ... or ait ill uNIOAN and CON III AH., 51441,1. ( 1,41145 COLtS I 'lorIs I. ell. fsrth.rnInl 0..1 I liantios t. b. hall

    Uti. It U. S. 10 M mil most dTalqula hi. wHo If marrlod (IAd.0il'I.M i'Ild)74Ty INHfltANCn/ PLldltl'AlOkirpiTit AOFN.) (....... C.unl rlorl4. ............ 5. $5S4, *..I&t
    of *
    Who. addrooM sod claooa
    |X>HT' 14 '....! b.t drlft.d up Inn.TallahapM no.14 acisoars unklowa. andwh.lh.r CT Plaintiff I (1mbI PLANTING VOltS LAWN IN AUTUMN
    durk lor.t.dro.. from .. Pradn.4 .oar' napictOts t"upl J. ,owIarQoiney
    t my or Ih.r aro Mvln Rail
    Todd ,
    lUrd.e'e Vials C.mp: Owner eoo *. Florida aNd If dud, ''ho.'I' unknawa k.lra, !CMZAPJICTH HAMILTON II I Mr... .... 0010, 54n00bar. I* moat ireaa of th. VnlUdRlaUo \ !
    rlalm knot and par for .d. CallVr. l.a.l... and dod... l>..f.ndantNOTIri .. Phsli5. KnidgosThaw. autumn la the t**l tint
    KrnUola after *.00 P m.. MlHIT. 3212 Wnl TamiMMO you Alit HtRKiirir.nll "NOTI"I"'D |a IIIKCIIY 411... '' tumble" to ..... soil ,...111.. lawn Il
    Oct. I. I. 1> l> that lIars h.. .... fIlad I. liii th.l I, titha W. kdwarde. Ihorlff Aibarl. P1.00 will' Imsn'ho.m. ld.nd'
    Phone 322-1111 Court of O. .d., C.ualr,. I pt Uod.l.. Count" Fiori". ... Ioawsrd ThomSSP pay you
    FOR Florida, o* tho II day ., a.pl.tn- 4., and by .lrtue'.f Writ of p55,15 MH'sli 0lIsa. k.it oprln and summon
    .SALE h.r, A. D. "". Complalat brlha ki.. .itlon kereloforo li.u.d out Ours .w.1I Th.r ar* eeveral roaann for
    HOUSES pUIMIff. ml aSibs m.d '.f lh.500,5.0 lItlod oourt. In MIn It.lt, J... ElmardsOoloosl.r thli.I Many rraaw grow beturIn
    Plumbing futuroa. Eloctnca! ...I..t ,..u. Tba purpo'o of .. lbs sIlos etyled. rau.a bans .levied .. wsoOosldTurior tool w.alK.r, new gross ham a
    ( .. to tiul.t 01015.golo.l Iko following property
    BALB 4 mile ...t SupplUt. PIpe and FUtl g.. .mpl.lal aa to tka following .ItU.upon'" lylni end blot la fIlb.oooI 171.011015Os. h.*.. atari In iprlng and (boris

    .FARM( oreen.boro FOR 49 **'.. of land, Wales H.al.rt, TUo 10.,,. I Ia. .. .l..p linatod In a.d.d.n Countr Florida, lo-wlt: WoodwaPi Mlloh.11 1110. M torne.
    .od I room hou.. with I bath,, .. and Oil Hoalora 'I. .d.. Count,. Florida, ,.. (las Illl P5,1; Two lioord.n 5.. porr t. lOsS soIl la not soggy aa II muallrI
    I porrh.a and patio. Can be wll: 1I f> Number AIAUIIII47, l'lrll 5,1.5 PidwandaIlotus In .jtrhog-m.hioi .It ...1.,
    ..m.1I.roc.r Tho Routk bail of lha NorthM.t Florida. Tig Nunh.rllllll 7101010
    "'ho '
    bought with of .. O0OPnaa. U work wiUi said ohorUr days
    number .1111.h
    '1'. I'. 1.,10. qu." NED. Kouth.aal Title
    stuns OoL I. IS Ii ROCCOPIPE nuart.r (NW|| and Ian aor*. off nomad dofrodu.i5, an' Ih.t as lbs I n I A I ",.. A II. Of' 01111., Carl Opiooor alcrlat 14 atadllag sirs
    rOB 04.1.1.. SIloS Vssa.r.5 Month aid. of Nnrthu.t quart.r Ird day of November, 1114, b. MpS ..Srasrol l5.oSIlIitlild oimpUr. Wkai'a wort Ih.r araIt
    >Mr-old los.., I b.drooroa I iMPS) of ?4.rlhwoet quurial tw..n tke leaal I a55s t II'.. Mrs ....1. CoI.I.In' fr4. ihorM to lorn
    baths &rg. Kluk.kDlntncIt.om flows of MMtl'in Too It). nsrnol psi...N ".1.. h In tko r....... a. NI._ BirnI JobosooCosasnd *>t nlng
    Combln.4 Hall* UtllllfHoom & SUPPLY CO. Town.hlpThroo (I) North hoops forenoon and two .'.1."" In the S I solO poLo with lawn rar.

    Carport. .....4 Prl.; Of SERVICE 010 (i) W..t all..0. 05 audI day. ii ISO 0. II ... H..1Ir Altitun II th* tlrn* ohms
    w.,. IOu ...,ral heat ((.. 44 TEARS YOU ara har.br notified to fll. door .t tho COtt"$ H.sos I. Otis.r 14,0. fos. P511WIlunasa plenty .f fortlllaor should k*
    III N. Ht.wart 'U QulBor, T.I.y .- T nil Anus roar ......,. or wrlli. do- ,. 0..4. t.'oo..iy. Plsti4s. I 4) 1 5iss n ", .It., !lid-., ..oat 40 soot *(
    .. Mil Utb. JIm 1401.00Nlitmnd .,, p.v
    In .I and
    on. MAIn 14l. '.n. If any, sold oasis oa will orf.r for .
    Ill PHONE 222IS1T or II.,... tho lltk dar of rt*. Ii has blddor for tools I* Willi... till ,..,'. tot.'. T* avoid kurn.Ing ila lawnt art F,,1.. In th*.
    ) Jaflo7l.ii.He... and lot iok r, ..... ..r a dr pro ..,. hand the above deeerlhed prop.on "III 4.00051I and \II ollmtilaU growth. ,Mthoao Koylh.
    W. Call 1. W. FoakulP.aooclc. 1110 S. Monroo StroolTALLAHAUEE fish. will ka ....... ...I..t ,. a. Ih* property of soil defendant Ed mull 'fwllllier op.lalnlng boos.burning ,
    tl7...... tf FLORIDA sold .. bOts Shirt labs. for law a toait
    "" I. aatl.fy a. .. new propsft
    o. WIllIS. ."'. ,..** alwogen.Tti
    yon MALM H. i ui.d I.droam ;ONB AND OHDtltBIT: : la lioN. I w.nn'...1., aeoillied.' Till, 14.0 soIl to n .pita
    kouo., -wtr..r air oon.lltlonlnt. 'Q.lnry, 0...... no.ntr, rl..w"1 Mb* Edward .." Poll, H.n.IIA. .y Mtn4 th* Mofulnou olMltrogo vt eev.ril II...... lid Intoyporat
    kiuh.n, built In Mot INVlalHLB RBWIAVlml .uro.i. .. thl. Had Sop of optowkor, A. U.I dd d.a Conir Florid ...' Hao'f during$ tk,. grtwlagobm.
    l.hwa.to.r, d.n, lIving room and ;>Hi. '.. .. BrIng poop aar. HI 'I Oat. I, I, It.: II, I* *t A I praat.O. I Jorsam. 1. P. I. ,,,,..,. SrMid's Addltlanal' applktattonif or.nl material Is.mpout.peel
    It I
    using room ball 5. r.an.dpunch I ,".n'. .. Mil. Audr.f II...... 'IIALI: $ ", oor.I-- 04,0 P I: lnyslIlsapy : fonillaor I* aoltiiiiii Ore dlr or vn aawdtMt) andortllljor.y
    doublo far. I 101 W. KIng at. Pk. "'.'"L If '/5gdwdo ltigmlisri Doos, ,
    76tk'u I. baPahy .1. thai tO.CII Bow tIll aood cnlformly aoverllh
    I buIld
    Court rooervo
    : tr..0'.i... and barb. of I. ... Doss;. ohIo kotaiio* lhr
    SOS, Hf Marr V at....., DC. ? C.mrnlaIoa .t III City ..0d'lo.p. t II I S S 151500 'as a muttk and waUr genllyand
    ot. toot start
    th soil. for
    W. Franklin In, a
    too Oil 1101 will laid s .
    It 11.1". II (>, .. I. I, U IIHOTIff ( YlorOda 1" : w.nlll."a lions ? .Pr5.ol5H. vnlll Ih flr.lK
    ,,,.,,". DRILLING : loomIs, nt 5 so Volarb I. IlutlaPI iprlng.Toil. frqtMtlf *
    WELL ] .. iSo 50db do, .f (14.1.1. 1004so n ..bip S 50 SIlos n (orotiu .. '. Yotl aa*'
    "TAT. or nx. >mi>A H.n I. .,. ,.1.,. f) I S I Marnla ran day* I r
    I'" ClIp Q.I. ......1 v* Ih. .mulch t* dataaaj
    ':.1 J.1t4 H If., n t1111CHRIIITMAI FtarnrlM omptal.u. '.UIINTT OF OAIOLiKtIOT1CS Ida .. III ...,.."10. .. wholb.a. .swluSl WOOIS lawn If you plant th* right

    .. ol Domina Pumps tf I ? la umntur aurn 5, sot lb. 0.55.5 .1...".... WIll.' Io".r Pool 1'. .It' aeed atliltiro A good NOd .I.. fontrlbvM" to toll nimua.W .
    that par.oaal t* Ckapl.r 114 tie of Ik* following-...ro*. I 50 1 5 I ,. R.wos: ihovld contain, 5 hIgh, p.o.binlall hen planting aod In I .'
    IBIXINO IN FULL Homo o* Irrigalloa. riorlda liaiotoa lilt, ... follow. lead I. Ihe City .i (101..,, Florida ayu.an. Ilurosni 0105501 lure pob. and Kfauh tk*aoll'a
    ,. l..... of p.no.o.st graa* *, area.,
    WINO loa our 1I..r_".- log dM .tI.... art oatorm* bit .*.hl, TERRYROSAHARDWARE i o.ntf, Florida, will ko orl.... Alt .f tot Nmker Thirteen 6 5) I rIsk IIAiarnk.POI 15014 Jf"bob ...11 aa Kiat.fir "'lu.graoiiWlndoof aurfar '1.0'....,'.Thou sow tko

    liown.. rliht no*. TOM too for .. al ...11t oils,' for Ik.niah (lit I* laSts liars .. ..I.I. ('bstibs.sbH p,....... (00005sla4s5 ). rod loans of ..... lightly .**, ,he *o4 aid.
    ron join "d las.,. S ....., CO. .ot ..d Boat ....11 old al Ik.ouytk .l.n erdln* l* a plot of ? .lop : .obl.tilhoooII.
    ftirlatmu for t.. IT fi''u',, door of tka Coot H.... said Beat Oar* Floatationa. ,....... P...... bifitnsioeu, Brml sod > i -

    Wni.. M... Doi-Mkf Mantis, 1421 South Monrao IL .1 U M A. M, M :- 't"I aba rooordod In tM.d Hook r'5'' I..'....
    \\ O. Ro.i 1141 $, Ta .Jiaio TallabaiM FlMiaa i.tk lay of ( A. -K- page lit In Ik* offf* I. IAPIdb.hospoa .
    __ ., fla, or Ir llt-HH. U "I1.o. r>otoIt of Ik* flortl of Ill Clr.ollCoort ; Jo15s05 WOMEN >r ItAJf CNIZAO
    122..'" 101 lobsPa.oPOpli.u I* and tan OededeoCoty Mrs IaabilIi bOmwhiaso, I I
    PUB ALM UallleraH.r. t X Florida. aold lot *.. .,.rt.. "55114I. Wo. '
    lit <''H'') ....rt.... r...l'... j' I A ro In MW Conor of a I.* .*. "*.1,.. f..l ***.r*. 1M.. .5...'ImaaS P Slit. dl. I KNOW .. c."Jtu'
    Llko sow ri.. ...or.l radio I Oraor Blew
    I A'ro ... M I tfklcfc I* now eleeelfled '* I
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    RECREATION reation The regular Department league season will jabber (That I* something 10 pared an Informative one-week

    begin October 18th and will run +nfr think about study kit for use of high unload l
    for six weeks with game being And hi, Bud Weaver, down In teacher Educator!: are finding\
    NEWS played every Tuesday and Thurs AROUND Paraguay! Lillian aid you :1 the teacher' kit, which traces I
    day night during this period. the Gadsden County Time consumer credit from the time of
    The another "publication" every the Pilgrim to the present day,
    By Don Jsmes WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Well that' it for thli Wl'fk'j analyze It* use and looks Into it*

    'Jbtmlda)"'! game resultCha AU women Interested In play SQUARE Bye-byef! future use' to cover with lively
    tahoochee Yellow Jacked 14, interest a scope of material that
    log volleyball on
    I Quincy team
    American Legion Blue Devil- 13; By SuUr could be dull and meaningless."
    that will be entered in the Tallahassee Too Late
    Rotary Fighting Irish 25, Jaycee League, please get The Florida Consumer Finance
    Tigers 0. i! touch with Vests Larsen or 0: Association also sponsor jointly
    All the coring was done In the tact the Recreation Deparbnen To Classify with the Florida Junior Chamber
    second and fourth quarter U There will be an important organlzational of Commerce the Merit Scholarships
    Chattahooche edged the Legion meeting tonight (Oct. Well it won't be long until Ha for Teaching, which directly
    14-11 In Thursday lame 15), 7::30 at Palmer Munroe Community loween art you paying alien- By RUBnell KIT approaches one of the nation
    Early In the second period Cha Center In Tallahassee Ion, Sammy and Catherine Poe most pressing problems c-.
    tahoochce'l Dano Fiore romped 83 League play will begin next ton? Virginia and f are making Recognizing the Importance of acute\ teacher shortage
    yards after the Legion had a drive week with game scheduled for preparation' and Hocking I I up the "small loan" Industry to flor- It I II gratifying to have the
    ida Governor
    topped( at the 17 QB Fred Plitt approximately four week r. Every year I always think it the Bryant has national convention In Florida and
    rolled out and cored the PAT. v fun we had In town on. Halloween proclaimed the week of October fitting that this week be desltmat-!
    Eighteen seconds before half We didn't have to take the children 11-17, Consumer Finance Week ed Consumer Finance Week' by
    time Russell Marsh put the Blue Behind theScenes "trick or treat" 'caune Florida. Governor Bryant.
    Devils on the scoreboard with a about everyone came to our house The designation was timed to
    end. The You see In the coincide with the annual convention
    15: yard run around loft everybody E. G.
    of the National Consumer Flnance
    extra run failed, which wu thedifference eiiihborhood would put on a costume
    In the ball tame.: fix a covered dish and Association which will meetIn
    By Reynolds: Knight Miami Beach Oct. 13 for the
    In the last period Chattahoo- come on over. We'd have a big Buried Tuesday
    rhea scored tint when Pin passed New York, Oct. 12 There Ore going In the bark yard ameveryone entire week.In .
    to Flore covering 29 yard had a good time without I his proclamation Governor
    ta* been a lot of talk lately about Graveside services were conducted

    Near the end of tin game Jack all the trick or treabn'. Its 'Bryant pointed out that the consumer for Ernest
    federal excise George Strlck-
    lowering taxes
    especially '
    touchdown just too quiet In the finance Industry In Florida
    Corry climaxed a country land, S7, of Havana at II o'clock
    drive hitting over the right (Ie !the nuisance ones on lei will probably regret aylng that. employ more than 8,000 people Tuesday In
    morning the Concord
    from 3 yard out. Corry all. ran ephone calls, admission tickets Sight of the Week The hue who through their personal earn
    for the PAT. and the Ilk*. But the federal govnment i machinery preparing the 1. on ngs add approximately $13 million Cemetery with the Rev A. U
    .. Johnson officiatingA \ ,
    still i* collecting a *lx- -- ... ._ "" -r" W Jefferson for the new city a year' to the economy of the
    In the 6:15: game the Rotary able bundle In excise taxes al VKT CONe CONKEH-Australian Journalist Wilfred Buchett Moscow correspondent for haIL Still gin the Idea. Bet they; state. I native of Gadsden County,
    walloped the Jaycee 254. The hough revenue from cigarette leftwing publications, who spent five month among till Communist Viet Cong guerrilla will mini u* too even thou Further, he said, the consumer: Mr home.Strickland died October 10
    Irish punched across a TO In each taxes hal fallen substantially. in South Viet/ Nam I* pictured with one of their jungle weapon. Its a "flying they won't admit it finance Industry in Florida an: at
    and added one extra poln For the fiscal year ended last Pet peeves people mostlymen In the neighborhood' Survivor Include four sisters,
    period mac., a wicker baaket packed with clay, from which bamboo spikes protrude. Th* maces nually Inject
    Quarterback Glenn HUM pacedthe June! 30 the government received, from overhead drivers who pull In front of a quarter of a billion dollars lrs. Ada Poppell, Mn Eddie Klein .
    are hung Jungle growth and down to wltMn few Inches of ths
    Rotary offense, coring two III I MA. 850,232.000 In exelse swing a of( one at one 1 II driving along the 10 our economy In the form opersonal ., Mrs Jewel Strickland and
    touchdowns and panting for a taxes, which was 1330,000,. ground. They caa Impale a man. Or, If ha I II careless in dodging he can stumblt Into a highway. Alas people mostly loans to Florida citfe-ens Mm. Lottie Gray all of Havana,

    third. Hunt went the final 11 000 mon than In the previous tralurid pit with spikes at the bottom. men who open car door alone Last year more than 850,000 and one brother, Joe Strickland,
    yard around left end after takIng year -- ii approaching and one has personal loans were made In Florida lavana
    the opening klckoff. Cigarette taxes dropped $34- .. 10 swerve to keep from hitting by consumer finance com The Butler Morgan Funeral
    Ricky Glover cored next on 000,000., On the other hand taxes r ; them. LBJ signs. Shift brought mnlei. Home was In charge of arrangement
    a 93 yard run around left end and collected on Cigar rose $6,100- into Time Office that you can't Substantial ai well Ii the contribution *,
    for the 000. 0 read LBJ ilgn Having to take
    Hunt passed to Embry of the industry to the
    extra. point. From: the size ft the collection, ;.",1 personals over the phone. LBJ support of local, state antI national Resident's SisterIs
    In the third quarter Hurst and (the continued high level of alllls. government, The governor
    connected on a pans to Embry on federal pending, It appear that "" ,. While on the subject I good noted that the Industry annually [ Buried FridayThe
    I play covering 49 yardi any reductions in excise tax raINwill politician Ii one that can step on! pays six and a quarter million
    The last Rotary TO came In continue to be Just talk for your toes without messing up the dollars In such taxes.
    Die cloning moment when Hunt a long while Id crane shine, get Into your pocketbook The Florida Consumer Finance funeral! service for Miss
    raced 20 yards on I pan Interception Industrial Numerology Unlike without a gun, and make you think Association make an outstanding Annie Lee Ange, 52, of Chatlanoochee .
    I -
    : he Ii the original Santa dan. contribution to education In florIda were '
    The Jayceei' biggest drive off dogs, old machines ran be jet i1i Live Oak Game Wonder If by working closely with the !Rev. E. Nash Philpot 1nYCht: t,
    the f afternoon. came In the fin taught' new be tricks. And new maIne Tankle went Too bad she can't Florida State Department of Edu t hm x'hee Cemetery Friday after
    quarter when! they were stopped can taught to perform play on the team Believe he cation. Three movie films are noon at :2 o'clock.
    by a tumble at the Irish 11 yard ,with an exactitude that meet makes ai much racket at a game provided which are designed t'Jaid Miss Ange was bom In North
    he tolerance demanded
    extremely high
    line. as the Rev. Mr. Wade. Sat behind teacher In acquainting I'dents Carolina but lived In Chatlahoo-
    of today' aero-space Indulllrll'I. him at a game last year and Ithought : with the Importance of chew since 1950. She passed
    October 12 (Monday's game L In all hli enthusiasm he I credit to every Individual and way last Wednesday night at
    resultsAmerican: Legion Blue In the nomenclature of Industry, i 1 would fall oft the grandstand. how to use credit wisely. 8 clock.
    Devil 45, Exchange Bulldog 0; this new approach to manufacturng .. Remember I Florida-Georgia\ FCFA also ha* compiled a help. Survivors Include three sisters,
    Chatlahnochee Yellow Jacket 19, perfection:; Is called "numeri-; game we went fuI teacher kit which I II approved Mrs. R. R. Kincald of Qulncy,
    Jaycee Tiger 12. cal oontrol" These numerical hey played Star.Spannol by the State Department of Irs, J. F Kincald, Chicago, Mrs.
    Single game were played Monday control) systems operate much like ; : Banner," everyone stood up. Bubo Education and has been enthusastically Dill Kelley Washington; also two
    afternoon on Corry and Doyle a player piano responding to a .' "" EV ba Gay who wan sitting behind received by teachen brothers, L. C. Ange of Albuquerque
    Conner! Held with number 1 and mechanical pattern or shape '' UI laid to me, "Why don't you Commenting on this materialaid N. M., and J. F Mill of
    2 team Chattahooctiee and Amer punched out In a roll) of tar In ;: stand up*" I was up but everybody Rex C. Tonthman comments Seattle, Washington
    Iran Legion coming out vietortoua this mechanical pattern each hole, I else was 10 much taller III follow In the Florida School\ She was a member of Centen-
    In their grid conteit the Hue Instead of being a musical note, Is That was the year Mr. and Mmoxhunter Bulletin: ary Methodist Church.
    Devil trounced the Bulldogs 45-0 an Increment of distance, t se- Spooner. Mr. and Mn "When nine out of ten American
    coring In every period. Ricky uential count, or a time Interval 0'p SI'p Throat Edwards, Mr. andMrs. families use consumer credita The Florida Public Utilities Commission '
    Russell opened up the coring Created by I part programmer Party Poop Vanlanl1n ham, sufficient understanding of the has outlawed the !practice
    spree midways! In the first quarter working from an engineer'\ or Mr. and Mn Ain't Coin' To Be No phases of credit In America seems ot trucks displaying their custom
    on a > yard plunge, then pickUp -, designer' specifications the pat.'pm IGtlf'.ra.. ... how Tonight Sober and Mr. andMrs. necessary. The National Consumer era' advertising signs and emlemi -
    the but TO from 13 yards out.Russell ot hole. I II studied and verb u ; ; : : Fur Muff Granthara were Finance Aaaa 1afi..J1al..pre on_.the..side..of the. vehicle.
    Manh. tallied 3 touchdowns .. fled and, In response, the machines $300,000 Pill DESTROY SCHOOL_Bell* Vernon, Pa, firemen battle fir destroying Ui along (That was our last college -- -
    for the Legion on a 3 yard under numerical control l I La Orange Elementary School Hampered by lack of water, they had to use tank trucks. -I oolball game) I TIME TOWEHAVE. .
    plunge and 20 and 37 yard passes do exactly what they are told nomore. Only ths wall were left standing, and damage was estimated at 300000. Isnt this beautiful weather!
    from Jack Corry. Carry and Run- no less .. ... ..- -----.- --. --- ---- Will\ probably be raining when I PeToe PlIntHg
    aid Fletcher cored lime touch Today the aircraft, metalwork I the paper come out It Is perfect Plumbing Fixtures
    ll wnl. Fletcher'* TO wan on a trig and automotive Industries arethe record $63 billion. was Invested REPORT: Of UAfWI\ATION OPPOSES ItBAV FLIGHTS weather for yardwork. No gnats Complete Line of
    67 yard punt return and Corry'i biggest customers of numerlcal broad by U. S. Individuals and The Warren Commisslon'i Report United State official hope' Our bantam chickens have al- Building Materials
    was a 10 yard run. I control and In the opinion of firm, bringing total oversea In- composed by seven men, tight Immigration control will ready done a lot of raking around R(': I Alcoa Aluminum Roofing
    Extra points were made on adeny I. C. Mauat, general manager of vestment to $06 billion, according came to ,the conclusion that the he straw In the azalea and. ca- Galvsnlced Roofing k Siding
    nut and Mann kicking two.I the Industrial Control! Division of to the Department of Com- Secret Service, the FBI, the Dallas persuade Cuba to abandon Its mplllal. : llousewares fe Gifts
    lendix Corporation one of the mnre An AEC spokesman police, the State Department planned commercial flight to I Last week In Sunday School all Carey Asphalt Roofing
    At Doyle Conner Field flit Yel leading developer and mnnufac- thinks nuclear power may supply and ore American new media Nassau. Cuban Airlines, owned ot us were trying td subdue the Gold Bond Sheetrock
    low Jackets from Chattahocrheesowed turns of NC, the expanded us of II much\ a* half the niitlon energy hear much of the responsibility by the Cuban Government have mlschlevtou and talkative boy. REMODEL and Gypsum Products
    three times In the first half, merlcal control In Industry will needs In the next 100 years because of laxness and poor judge served notice they Intend to make One of us asked them to top their Sporting Good k Firm Supplies
    then the Jaycee Tigers bounced help American maintain Its world Shipments of finished (tee) meet before and after the awaul- weekly trips to the British West jabber BUILD Plus Hundreds of Other Items
    back, coring two (touihdown In leadership In technology. in first eight months of 1964 rose nation Vtt Kennedy. Indian capital.! aid, "They wontletl now BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
    the laat hall In acne In the gap Overfed Hogs Cost Farmers I'43 percent to 55.310,135 tons jabber In chool and when we get
    tit Chattahoorheei 19' li trl Money In this age of research Second highest month total 11II1'f'I'I1rd. If y nave two real friends The troth la a great enemy to home our momma tell ui to be IS NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY

    wnph.Dano. II'. hardly news that I great deal -- -..-- you are batting. i hove average.._. -conversation.. .-.- -.. -. ulet. _Just_when_ can we' jabber
    Flora paced the Jacket 01 Industrial effort la aimed at
    atimk coring on a 30 yard run finding way to broaden market
    *nrt a 5 .. But It Ii new when a company
    Buster t Fender raced 4( yards conduct research to show Its cus*

    In the round period and Wayne omen they should use less, not SAVE DURING DANLEY FALL SALESOLI I
    Water caught a pan for the PAT. more, of the company'a product
    For the Jaycees Tommy Peacock The company is CargiH, Inc.:
    cooled yards and Bob Chandler The product I II one of it* Nutrena
    took an II yard pan, both comIng heed for animal _
    In the but quarter. Swine nutrition expert know i

    that If a farmer over-feeda his ;
    "Scoring leaders female hogs during the 4Vk D OAK
    R Chandler, Jaycees 48 months of pregnancy and nursing,
    R Marsh, Legion 27 profits ran he cut, despite the
    0. Hurst, Rotary 24 lidded animal weight. Sd Dr
    P Flore, Chattahonchee 24 Francis I Wlngert. swine specialist -
    J. Corry, Legion 21 lit 'the Csrgill.Nulrena research Qlfttln HANDSOME MASSIVE DURABLE
    J. K.mbi-v: Rotary 15 farts at Wk River, Minn., ran a ,
    R. Russell Legion 12 eat In which he divided 54 hogs
    R Hetcher, Legion 12 Into two equal groups He rare- _
    R Glover, Rotary 8 tully doled nut relatively mail I 1
    T. tIN,.", Rotary 1 mounts feed to one group :45 ) i: M i
    theorOI : Pair e( Tw1a Beds -.171.K
    wished. ,
    and let eat a* It ie't
    MIDGET t-oornML lecorda on each sow "and each ,
    STANDINGS mime d feed consumed shiftved
    Won Lostlxhitalaxx that each piglet from the freely
    ( lire 4 0 ed: group cost the farmer $117
    American Legion 3 I more than die average whose
    Jaycee Tigers 3 I mothers were on limited feeding
    Rotary Fighting Irish :J I Science In the News Success-
    Exchange: Bullcfcigs' 0:1: tu1 experiments In keeping (livesingle
    klwanl Horned 0:1: I strand of algae the
    green covering found on stagnant I
    MRYRoimtuu.. pools may someday provide for
    All men interested In plavtng pace traveler both fond and 011)1lien
    volleyball: on a Quincy team thatwill to brume A California experiment i
    be entered I In the Tallahassee loss kept the alga live
    league, please get In touch with for more than three year and I ? R/1nd1. Beak Bed $6/.1S
    diaries Aahell or I'OIl1al1lh1' Ki>c- more recently\ white mice WertkepI IIIplndll' Ill'll ,.t ..Stl.tS: .. C.everts t 3 Twla Beds
    for two week In a sealed I !\llht Stand .$U., ... _
    chamber where they breathed
    SEPTIC TANK only oxygen produced '
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    gae and ale only
    SERVICE !no III effect 0 The kl'man,1 :
    long In limbo, soon may be Joinedby
    the meter-reader who checks!

    household electric and gas ml'll'.1
    Experiment In Michigan have
    that electronic meter read
    Pegroby. telephone doe the Job
    quickly, automatically and withoutInterference
    with the .telephone'
    II service i
    III Things To Come For home ;!
    I photographer a rapid color processor
    available whichrums
    REPAIRED out a color\ print In eight
    minutes or kss. The tnotorlard Dews', 11&.. 0 ,S611irr.v
    C.n.o& rid .. .$4'-5.
    processor make print* up uto II _. .$14.15 _. -- .
    I 627-8403 I by 14 Inches and Its ": site .--
    makes\ storage easy Slip andspills _
    I on newly waxed floors may!
    Nights IJ7486S he Now a on thing the of market the past la a some new pow dayI Colonial Styling nreaae'7" .-. :: :::: '-

    on freshly wax I' """ OjM-n Stork Srlmioiu r "h. a
    QUINCYVAULT :tllIp: .
    form I non-skid Invisible ChoiceOF -- I :
    surfacing For hunter,! lour
    CO. fishermen and camper there I Ie a MANY BEDROOM rI
    new portable, take-dowa aluminum I L
    VAULTS MONUMENTS I Wty capable of carrying' SEI.FCTIO.NS: -

    up to :200 pounds of gear, or a
    MAINLINE DRIVE buck oWr Come apart for carrying $
    QUINCY In a knapsark. 59 F.M..c"-
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    Th* TWIN OAKS CoUecUon -"' '
    I y yltatehing
    IIIllId.., o..k 1st II at
    of v'
    Announcing the opening of the kind furniture the early
    CYa4 .IIUI eoknut mad It combine that r
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