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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


VOLUME 64, NO. 43 QUINCY FLORIDA 32851. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 32. 1M4 .. pta popy TEN earn


Absentee Ballots Increase I An Informed Electorate I Quincy High Tigers 0: pset


Registration and got-out.thsj vote campaign have

Election Interest MountsIn been a part of both national and local elections the|

past few years. Of lat., however something new and

eminently more worthwhile has been added. These i

campaigns are now stressing that it is the duty oi the I

voter to seriously and thoroughly study the issues and Undefeated Perry 2I -14

Most evaluate the candidates before entering the polling booth.j

County Precincts An uninformed vote U far worse than no vote at all.j

The policies and principles that are adopted now, with\

the consent of the electorate are those which will do Arthur Munroe

If absentee balloting can be much to determine (hit nation's future. They will in

forthcoming Hard M a criterion General, interest Election In the to County Commission- many instances, profoundly affect the lives and opportunities Scores ThreeTouchdowns

be held on November 3 la stronger of our children and our children children. Iii
NeededIn
than ever before in the historyof Help cannot too often be repeated that cm informed people Is w

Cad dl'n County, according to the first essential to the perpetuation of our freedoms and
Supervisor of Registration J. Love F
Hutchinson. I Landscaping Institutions as we have known them for so long. Locals Will Play

He revealed that as of the close I By all means, vote the fact that so many qualified
Syrupmaken Friday
of hit office at S p.m, Tuesday I At Health Center Americans commonly stay away from the polls has long
bIIllotll' Night In Cairo
that he had mailed out 331 I
But above all know
many of which have already been been a national disgrace. really
returned I I a' ii A request Is being made by the what and who you are voting for. Br Itimii Jesse
County Commissioners to the, _, Th.... spas.| VtrllrrQulmy
Precinct One Qulncy'i second
many women's organizations Ini AMLRICAN LEGION BLUE DEVILS MIDGET FOOTBALL I Iliiih used a running
largest precinct, leads In the 1
of ballots {Issued with 137 number fol- Quincy to landscape the newly'' Gadsden TEAMFront row, left to right- KIrby Morris, Tommy gam tn wild up an early load and

Jawed by the largest district In constructed health center Baptist Group Floyd. Larry Edwards, Peter Boqgs Tody Thomas Bob then tuned the<< tame over to as
At the
regular
the county Precinct 13, with 79 I afternoon In the meeting Courthhoune Tuesday Dr by Norman. Frank Cox, Steven Watson Tony Boqgi,' aiotniulvt vlnuiily uivk'di:,,:itise slrd t to henry lipM'l 17-14 pre

.ballots Precinct cast Nine so far., Chattahoorhee B. D. Blackwclder, director of IheGadsden Steven Cony. Second row: Russell Marsh Sammy Fridge night st Curry FteU.Snih .

has a slight lead over Precinct County Health Department Crouch, Ronald Fletcher, Bubba Hmton, Jack Corry Mark' >iniire quarterback Arthur

Four, Havana with 38 and ;35 ,Is reported that the new furniture Begins Annual MeetingThe Bates, Ricky Russell Donald Money, Buster Carter, Robert Mw....., Matting Air Injured Hank
salving He aim reported Burnett brim the back of tin
ballots respectively, that the health center leaks. Vandenberg, lames Milford, Back row: Coaches
Other ballots have been mailed furry drims In the find ipwi
Monte Blrner and Jeiry Money
When there's water outside, wdon't I
ter M he guided the Tigers 04
cut as follows: Concord, 2; Midway "
need water Inside, be said Rev. Thomas Cuttlno,
the first time
7 Sawdust, 7 Mt. Pleasant
; ; Edwin Baur, Clerk the Gadsden County r1'yIn.Jott.arlI
-- County was Moderator of .
4, Greensboro, 12 Hinson 3 and
; ; Instructed to write to Barrett Association will call theAnnual PTACarnival
Baptist Quincy
Gretna 6. Only precincts from Jerry Gay Munroe carried IS times fis
Daffln ft Bishop. Tallahassee AasorlaUonal Meeting I to ,
which ballots have not "been Issued I 189 yard and cored two t
architectural engineering firm ordiat the First Baptist Church,,
are Deadline Wetumpka for receiving and Hardaway.absentee Jerry Gay Is which drew the plans for the Chaltahooi-hce, today, October 22: Set bit In on paling nine the of Tiger I yard attack Jl I

health .
and
center request one of at 1:30 p.m.The '
ballot Is S Quits flmt tou< applications p. nv '
Thursday October 29, five days Named Tobacco the architects be present at the afternoon and night aeailons October 29The t.-nn fl'll1thrlr own 38 afti*
next .
before the election. Deadline for ml'l'Unl.Th. will meet In Chattahoochee a tI IVrry was ford to !punt following
the return of the voted absentee I County Com ml union aim Instructed with supper being served by the their opening series of plays. Full-
ballot I ii 5 p.m. Monday, November Pageant HeadJimmy Edwin Baur to write host c iureh. The two sessions to Quincy PTA, Halloween' I :hark Jaael: fenhry plunged net
2 letters to the women's organizations be held on Friday, October 23 Carnival Is on* week from today; from tit pants nut 0w0l4'ting| |
Hutchlnson also revealed that In town requesting their help will be at Mt. Zion Baptist Church The ....UvlU... will begin with the nutn-h In 19 plays. :Alter an
Auman president of the in landscaping health center beginning at 11:45: a m. Lunch a colorful Halloween Parade Illegal pmcnlure \penalty give
due to the large Increase Inhi'
Quincy Junior Chamber of Commerce J.: K. Wahl asaiiant sanitarian will be served by the hu t. The '
fthe through town ending at Ward'sLot Doyle Forehand s second rUm-e,
number of voters TEAM
registered BULLDOGS MIDGET FOOTBALL
EXCHANGE -
announced the appoint appeared before the Board and Awnclation Is made of
County up where the judues will be tw minis rmrt his kick tolilt\
three larger precincts, Quincy ment of Jerry Gay as chairman stated an official from the State :the IS Baptist churches who are waiting and prizes will be award Front row left to right: Taylor William., Jimmy Harrison! Qulnry on tits soorebiiard T-0 over
and Chattahoochee I
1 and 13 t
,
( multiple lines of voters will of the Gad den County Tobaoro' Board of Health had Inspected the united to promote Bapttrt: work ed. A photographer will be on lames Miller Marc Martin Ronald Schofield, Jack the lkilldiga.
Queen and Junior Mlas Pageant plumbing facilities In the Courthouse and causes In the county, slate hand to snap pictures ol U* Weaver Mike and
Robert Bennett John Ray for
be In order at those polling places, Gay a long time resident of and submitted suggestions and the world. Each 01hi' Skipper, The lead wai only enjoyed
Precinct One voters will cast winners. Second Rex Campbell TIlmon .l mt eight mlnuirs as early '.
Quincy. Is married to the former for renovating. !churches will send elected\ messengers David Phillips. row:
their ballots In the American June Burns of Quincy M the Commissioner E. Perry Woodward to the meeting to transact Youngsters who will take partIn Owens, Jim Allen. Donnle Sloat, Ronnie Edwards, lames the stK-imd quarter Jerry (labs.when *
Legion building on East Washing couple has two children, said the should be business and organliational the parade will anemble at the David Scott Al pl( k f off s Mmm pans,
ton Street. PrecInct 13 voters will project the American Legion Homo at 4:30 Adam., Eddie Ranew, Gay, Campbell racing It back II yards Into the
to the Armory on Graves He said the tentative date for turned over to Sheriff Otho Edwards makeup of the group. More prisrt will be awarded this Todd and David Carter. Back row: Coaches John Campbell end MM. An..r. bubble no an

go Street Just across from Carry the pageant is November 28. MIn building custodian. j These meeting have I long "been year In every category! than ever Gene Williams and E. L (Bubba) Coy Photo by atlompted klik. Ray Veal ranright
the past the pageant will bconducted A petition for t new road In the of ss well .
Athletic Field. Precinct 9 will use s source Inspiration before. Mattln'i Studio. era tn tie II* cure T T.
the tire station In Chattahoorhee- along the lines of the ,St. James Community near Sycamore u constructive discussion and ac After the parade, boots and .... .- Arthur Munme then engineered
United States Junior Mist
Pageant was submitted to the Board. tions. They are Informative in started st the
There will be three lines of games will be open to the public another drive that
ao the brat possible candidatemay I t.was decided that the area wouldbe that representatives from the the nmnlrg'nf
Voters In each of the Quincy precincts behind the school. At 6 clock 110, nmrentrstlnii on
In Precinct One one line be selected. Investigated and an answer Florida Baptist Convention will a dt.'Ul'IoualPPI'r will be served. Neal Davis, Joel EmMy and
The candidates are judged on given at t later date come ta share the work of the r fd the
will take care of all volen whose A sock hop fur the young at Mamma Mimrne rap>
names start with the letters "A" beauty, poise, talent The and scholastic Mrs. Marjorie Gregory Home state. with the Association. heart with music furnished by Hie march from I yard out to surge

through "G" the second, or achievement. Gadstlen winnerautomatically Demonstration Agent, Introduced Each of the settlor will begin Medallions and sponsored by the the Tigers ahead II T at holriim

middle line will accomodate those In the Florida represents Junior Miss Miss Betty York to the Board. with a short devotional led by Kry Club begins In the gym at 1'11'IUIII kmgh Qtllm-y\ drtenne
with names beginning with the County Mist York will graduate mum one of the pastors In the Anorta- 7.30. tack over, limiting the visitor toinly
held Pensacola earlgist.
letters "H" through "P", and Pageant. In Florida Slate University In December tion. A high point In the Thursday This promises to be the best S tint dawn, IS yards Nairtog
the third line will receive those and will be able to assume afternoon meeting will be the carnival yet and lots et fun for soil seven more "points to fcerp
starting wluV'Q" through "Z". Last year's Junior Mlu, Laura duties" as Assistant Home Annual Message. ThI.'P'II' the ill. So cone out and support your I e the game out ol rrarh.CUHCD .
precinct 13 will be Identical with Gholson I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Demonstration Agent by January Rev. Guy R. Made, pastor of the P.TA. See >our friends and enjoy n j Carlna Passaic Tigers
-the above. In .Chattahoochee onlyConllmiMi A. K. Gholson Jr. of Chattahoo.ebec U replacing Mrs. Shirley dark Thomas Memorial Baptiit Church, :; yourself. Remember, one 1 I pushed arises two mote tnuihKiwns -
( M Pane Twelve) will crown this year's: queen.1Laura who has resigned., Mrs. Grrgnry wu burg this mesiaga week from today," the Quincy < In the IIPC'fWIdI.1r on s t
now a freshman at Hunt stated Miss York Is highly\ qualified After Nee presentation of lie Assadation P.T.A. font plunge by Minnie and s IT
ingdon College, Montgomery, Ala.. I as she has ( years experience program and organln- says.Load yard J iint by Harold Onwnis.
Will finished as second runner-up at In 4-H Club work. Ins Thursday evening. Dr. Louis JAYCEE TIGERS MIDGET FOOTBALL TEAM Front rvrry's only other strife. rent
Gregory the State Junior Miss Pageant In of Cora RichardMasa.p .21 the ,.halt In the
with 4
Thomas Reed, Cad dl'n County Kennedy pastor of the First Baptist row left to right: Richard Parker, Gary Bailey on
Pensacola and u one of the top Thomasville\ Georgia Wade tommy Peacock third period worn Veal passed
Church, Kent ,
five at the Azalea Festival Pa- Hospital administrator reported Hal Massey II J. I'. Dlmn and l..arty
to
Attend the Ins arUana Catches On Fire yards
League
lalka. I (Omtlniwd M raga Twelve) will bring Mitchell Hall Donnle Hamilton. Pat Hlgglni, and Fort tit Imilry klknl lIMo extra P lnl.

1 "1 urge the dtlwns of the county messsge. morning Duncan Second row: Mike Hig Peacock Ben Late In tilt Garth quarter Qulif

Meet In Jax to join with the Quincy Jaycees Woman's Club will The begin program at 05: Friday at\ the Mt. Zion Causing Wreck Duncan, Bruce Wentworth Bob Chandler, Richard Ryals, ry slotted tilt Hulklogs at their"

. : and lend their full support Baptist Church. Various reports A burning truck !lid'ci corn Wesley Joyner Coach Billy Freeman and Marcus Janet two. Munnie then ran ItIt of
Qulncy'i City Manager Ifarbert in this event to honor and recognize : bounds al the IS and Davis csr-
will caused quite s lot of escilrment ,
Gregory Immediate past I the beauty and talent ofGadsden Will Present and Informative thnae presentations representing early Wednesday morning on East Back row Coach. Bob Carnes. -- ---- rind to the Parry 4". On Silt dives
be by -- ---
given
president of the Florida League i County's senior high the Florida Baptist Q vent1on. Washington Street according to and' 42 soronds rmtalnlnf:: Fore
of Municipalities. and a member school girls," Gay said.JV's The climax of the morning session Police Ode J. W. Hulre. Guest MinisterTo hand attempted and .barely miss.
of in Roads and Highways Committee ;Concert Series will be the delivering! of the Dennis Sweet, a Negro man on Tobacco Group H S I yard::nld.gnat wlik-h :
has continued to take an the Revjohn his to town, discovered the had lo kirk angle.
Message way FirstPresbyterian
Missionary by Be At
active part in League achieve Wallop I The Concert Series sponsored R. Martin, pastur. First Baptist fire In the truck ahead of him. B-B-Q Tonight (/bntkwed .< Page T"wl)
mend, according to Execvlvrflecretar by the Quincy Woman's Club will Church. ChiHtahonchm. The He stopped tie driver to Inform ,

? Gordon T.Jacksonville Butler, \n St. Joe 400By ,be presented again this year. The fourth and last session will begin him about the buute. Bill Bettls The annual harherue and meetIngs Munroe
his headquarters at program planned at a recent ruined George
for the after the noon meal and reports who lives near the scene of the Flnri'fcU'WirgU\ rlgnrwrapprr I Regular morning warship will
where plans are completed meeting of the Fine Arts Department the various committees and to town and reported the fire to and
largest convention In the LfoalUt"s l la3year Dona James promises to be u interfiling of will be given. The the fire Department and s truck rthnivo growers 1M held) st II o'ii.'k, flumhy,
conferences al PTA Carnival
will this evening
October 2J-27, in Tin** Bports Writer as those of last The packers begin Oi' IS
history year. end of the meeting will be given eel sent out. While firemen were 7 o'clnik at the Sawano nut loner with the Rewmnri
** Coach Bill Rogers' Junior Varsity flrat concert will be given In January visiting water on the burning corn Ovaries
further byhi' putting Riiilsin as ftnt minisMr -
iT"thlleR! and Highways streak to reports I At the mnriinlan of tM regular
ads extended their winning ,
<> by Forrest MrGlnley tenor of the State Con- and pullce officials were directing at the First PrtsbyttrlMChurch.
Committee. Manager Gregory has to three in a row as they' rambled who i If well known to Quincy. He vention.representatives traffic In I'M vicinity, s langartruck buUnms 0\\:' the T Market Tuesday Night
Barddpated In one of our most to a 40.0 victory over Port St. will be acntnpanled at the' piano loaded with knee pwtsmme Control of Die .
The IW Mr. Srhlsm 'Is the Parents sod tcsrhrr are wnrkIng
Order will assliianl -
BuUer"The and
Joe Juniors last Thursday afternoon his wife Sarah Klncald Me- InC Agreement
by around
the hill and
: r = has dill en the Sharks Field.\ ,lnll'Y Benefit Dance the curve down and when the driver applied nmdu meeting and the eke pastas' at In* neat Peabytertan "herd preparing night.fur the October IN4rnlvsl
Tuesday
information on eswry at halftime The will be the at a tow commdlre to servefor Uiurt'h In TallalMum
gently sought The score was 0111113.0 presented his brakes the vehicle tumId
phase of municipal highway u the Tiger miad lost the 'k:7.m: by Mrs. H'Jetferson 'Set October 24A sideways and was In the process the lid two yiwra.The )U U one (if srvrrnl Rural ministers n at Biaxd Gorge, W Munme r.1om\Qo
well u endeavorln& and Davis. This ,I control Cwnmlttee of eleven who will be prewnlng raififtsttlay ary
problem. u pigskin on I fumbles were program i of turning ever when H Jfc-twJ ofrHsIs and PTA. mem
to establish mutual beneficial nMunldpally4ppainted nalized 41 yards up till then. Montage," will consist of a dls- benefit dunce spunmred by struck Swivt'4 1M2 Chevrolet. members and eleven alta-rneM st tires ITMhyttrKnChurcti. fur the brat earn
with state county and Craig Harbin and Johnny Smith cundon of k number of paintings;:the Csdsdm County Campaign This righted the truck and the Is made up of three I"IIndlrrI ",",", seven during the lime that tier* vat den i pet are and awing'have planed every

boards inReSSttof led the scoring spree picking up with flower arrangements and Committee for Chartes\ R. Riley driver was able to brine It under grower / and one Is no minister. drtall to make the event enjoy.
two touchdowns apiece. Harbin accompanied by appropriate music. will be held at I o'rkx Saturday The Chevmlrt was pushed [handler. Member" ef First PfMbyterUnCHunh able and worthwhile In every way.
the work of so active set up his first TO on a 30 yard evening October 2i at the 8a- Into the dlMl awl rwetwd eIralve ., 1 and IhHr frlrads are In- The IrsllvlUrs will begin( at
* committee should be sflectecthrotgtxut run to the five where he carried i Richard Jacobs, pianist. will wano Country alii.i damage to the Snail end Ben Duncan Jr. vllod and urged to attend tare* t ill: with a children costume
the ,late, Butler add over from there. His second was' give the third concert In March i Music will be furnished by the Swt* was standing al the dies regular morning warship envlrrs .e,"teat III Ihe awUtiirtiinv A
""' an eight yarder tet up by t 40 1 This will be a lerture-rrrHal. AH Stars and donations will be 11IIhi driver's side wtIII'ftlot saw There will M. nrt services m Bin ,"Isicke ptlsu supper sucker theup
The Quincy City MaMler"1Lea11IM' yard screen pass from Larry Dunn tracing the origin of jazz from (10 per couple. the truck .hearing down on him. Enters Coral day nlitht. Von ere srgnl to v1 ll I ,rviislin\ of Mr. C B. luxlmwi
duty also Includes\ a pn.t He to Greg Suher. Smith scored from,I Biu-h to the present day. Mr I For reservations roil lAmar He took off lor higher ground I the Mlirr rhurrhrs In our pan will he served at I o'llork." Chll
on the nominating committee 00 yards out on a pitch out end Jacobs will Include a trio of band Bailey Wendell RkdMnover or crnas the ditch. Gables Tourney mushy st this lime ctrm's plates will he lOcI and
Is slated to present the "Presi run and later romped 20 yards iff Instruments and a vocalist on his Frank JIttm.rHICgEN The Ira tt eon and truck dents Certtflcate" at the cancels. tackle for the other. rnman. I by P. W. Sheller, Jr. "on Pet Monroe raced to yards off The Fine Arts Department feds PILAU fans was driven to the vicinity ..n of Mr. and Mrs. flan SI. p.JIIo'can A group of 1 trawl cluldrm will
Florida
program plana for the tackle to add another TD to the very fortunate to securing these. at the Qulnry Feed Mill whams at QuMTjr./ has entered, Dv Week rent s magicians S<1 brglnntrgI
League's tiree-day meeting Tw pac outstanding artists for the 1M4M 'SUPPER SLATED the fire was finally brought Imam Sleet anneal Junkir Orange Ifcmd This 7,10: In flat audHnrium and al

(Cdirtl.e4 w Tag JII'OIII'I The last of the trorlnf parade concert for aeries.Tirkrls series win The Pmtrmnul Holiness Church :oontrni 'fiaiS Tnumamml, lo b. held f>* At the Leaf Theatre fcidsy the same time games and rides.
the
-1 pon S chklMlpilau James F. Guff of Blomtntuwn. .latest hnune, fine
will A
from Parramnre rf Qutnry spmnr will krgin
was a T yard pass < imtnwreVUCaun .
Basic Course to'Steve Stouuunire. This[ tate In November and may be, supper at the AmericanLrgkn driver of the truck laded with 'IS 10 at Coral GabkV ,S I Cork (I1 with Jerk Kelly pond pimp' rtdre, dart game, beenhas

iltuatk was set op by a obtained from JnPIIaI the llnme. Thundsy Oct. U, eats and owned by T J. l mbrrtat *. MOiml Inca, and lalwlay. ; lne and ethrr' ettrsitxr.
Math To previous point IS yard pass by the Fine Arts DepartmentMrs.. from 1:30: BC I:;M. Havana was Charged wish "' 11- I The tnumanvnt. spmwwrd by 'The 7* [).*n,"' I"rrnc111111I will he ,"tun'.. A lit die and
Modern are:a combination. Pierce Williams, Mrs. Belle Royal.I Plates toll W delivered and ore lo have hj ,,"" .-.. under antd ,the Junk Orange Bowl OnmJ,1(111 plus "IVMtval, <4 Funlaying ." hamhanvr elawl will be spirited.
Mrs. James Warn, Mir Dame a/rtkrrt. Noone Coral. and raising an lee and the pry of the Qulnry Klwanls dub and
by
Points after touchdowns were ,members of the rhurrh are selling [ Sunrky and Hnby I k*
Be Offered HereThe Bnring. Mrs. Guy Wad. Mrs l. L If nave M was lnlur LSANDRA i own to boys. up to krk.l .the rV'sry Oats Ins tin P.T.A.
made on runs by Smith Harbin Willis. Mrs. Robert Hal. Mrs. W.W. tickets now. y" of l "Apart* IWIrt.:' sbtrrtng AurltMirphy. be Mhangs
17 | Club III
Cedsden County Board of Munme and a pass Irom Dunn to Massey Mrs. Jeff Pa vis. Mss i been 8274JM cvrtarted and Jacob want t OrfcHsrail TO.pastor. WOLF IS are ng HaM ywn...fis'112tehH' ; ;; .; Ik-hnluleil Tuwhy: a.W.'tnetay .I n* CjuiianKe III apple b *bliH|.
,
public InstrortJon through the Ronald Loilry. John Hayes, Mrs. C. E. Burtr*. and 11.11.Cnmp.tltlns. "ftn In Th tUbi"darring A country tore will wit farm
Adult Education Division will According to Coaches Rogers fro W. F. Lester. Mrs. Rohwl, HONORARY OFFICER wU ramM of Mnnlrs. '" Jackie (;Iooe_ and tint and ether U me drnafedby
make available. to the adults of and Donald Myers X was a tram Armstrong and Mrs. R. R. Kinraid. -I'I Adult ticket are SIM\ chtt'dims Miss Sandra W 011hi. trrasrvr *.I,I. (.-..1 .play exntPl lor the ,bkijlr... prwkrts p/mls and bawl merchants
,
the Quincy Public Seta area victory with everyone playing at ._ __ Me. Y __ protein el Gamma IaP lj0mImIn. i II I and N Vr vivm, wntrh wWI I At the Hit Drive-In Frfalay and One of till omsumdunt ....rur.e
bade course to modern mattmattes. *- \least a half and having a part lathe I P 1It.wt! 111 wd home emwmir "..*-'' II '"". A pr-dr IWOTI Kanirdsy ".n,.,.,. II lilt Wink it Die ramlval le he country eu*/

win. "i'..... ";'1' :1j.11JJ/ N ary at floride Stale will be h M m r.I' while VaukiM," .starring Rnbert Tsy- ih. .. .. Wsyne Henry prolrsstanal >
This conn If designed primarily Outstanding on drtenae were p The purpnee of ......, evnoxtuMi will lake flare kit plus ')tail Or** firsts, eurncxiMr, wlO sli toneprniurts
for parents who> nil Eddie t..n nr am ef Ihe newest u..wr-I1'1 the Wkwimr Stan ...,.. |e s/M The WV>k have M orientation to and an on- Martin ...,. Eddie arions, to to 1 Don Pie + Hubert will Mds (featured Suwtay. Ugh KAIer A+ >" ie aver bans
dents.tog of the basic concepts Craig and Paul MrPhauL 0ItwrpHfomwft service and rtkuc :the prides day.tjunren ins swsi en auction sale Is tar
and Krminolflgy of the new math ta the running department jxinnmtrs. It WM lauded during. ahe will keve rr ran' 'Flat Creek Church bled to out sod romp-te wits
rmattes program being taught were J. Neat Falrc! th.and the spring of INS *1r Lrrhnea.I Judas leer J's.n or to curios the
the Hemmtary and Junior big Mae 1UIna SrhncU la Florida. yard runs no trap up DM middle Mew members win be upped Orance )fowl art >'*h U f mr I The rut Curls. DeptM Deal Any mnnry earnwi at Die PT.A.uiuvd .
The course will be conducted Mpprnomalety la Mocking. Ramie Joyntr was i {during the wnvster. =Mg parade mme U Cowl"u&Ses' trwItM fwrynne to Ms anmwlKmennUng will be road by lilt efvUlMDM
thirty bars C H. stnajH out eftansJvHjr.Mac r HIM N nit Is the deughcr 4Mr. sow st Were attrerttt.... .ooiI earrke, ...| t* worthwhile srhn4mpnwrmrac
ftirhardm, Supervising Principal: Rhoedes and Johnny StnJt I snd Mrs AMe Wed ul Q uvi i baling L'JIIwNty' turning. U-tutxr S. pn>,Kts. Jesse ot
Vw*. the
.... will Vewnsn ,
ef" Cretmtnra PobHc ll4v appointed xptains IN t'I I M will U .dPI l PTA projnts sre Weltn
were i end Die Coral Gebbs The rhuHl: kWnry r* the
______ ____ rag Miami
RlchardMb I
heck the course. Mr. If'JlIfIIIIrI*'
and Steve SttutantM lurrh.
the game Mmnrial Youfll Onter.Th epMlal imett will b. pro hare out
a mathematics major aDd baihad : and Ronald WT deatcnsM ai ForMtrf Report War Vjumammt le the tat- rimed by Die rtrtr snnVr the tifnvHnenl, library Improvementami
make
several coc.es: to Its wert'a eo-ospuuns. TontgM The Cedsdes Ci eHy FoWry fit OranceHmrf rwttai ef Willie J pnplin. Jr.,, o .ra.
Junior
tie
... at well preparedto I rat a/VkiWi to
mathematics. JVi wffl Jwr ryliCairo. 'itonpattwd tolar.I .
the QuHry to Ronnie
h kayos rports we woone tine by
wht* to ohwntnfMs
1 restiMl.
leach the takW conn. The only rprnse .; Ca. to play the JuntaSyrupmalwrs the pest sm ekys. Numhw <"4wenrts 170i ts Corel CeM s.Armv The Rev JarS TtMngtM sasMttl FIRSlTBAPTlST
fcr the oarse ... year
deb at 7:M ofMs
Bie sfnre Jafiuanr
for supplies and matoriaJs I pt aHl es the Dmne "CbUsi I SUNDAY SERMONSThe

The orgaatatlanal owtlnc b MUSIC HONORARY PKEBNTAT1ON: or KEYS i I b the New Junto Bufldioer ofat li Ul year area add Mumker.. to U.ef burning wmtstree ROTC Cadet =* Criera." trI Thomas E. Qaf1ne

the course win b* at 7.M MS.Tursday. I the Thomas Memorial Borpti Church was nod by Roy, reputed et me suns Urn Frank i lakes SM ef" Mr. and ImnwdtaWly Mtnwing die see lit the nrt //laptl.t (hatch willIsrtnr
November I k* Die Outofj Mat Dm Dtckenans lag bm School trtatendent Homer Chester, MaM II .. Mrs. r. tekrr Jr. ef Omnry. .vke tverywie Is SWHM to shan I .. a sermnn .iotl5l. *TbeOutiMs
Strap to s rnf use sv f
( mat Alpha lota. Bryant Sunday : ddirmrads' ,
: buMs
Public Schools AudhoiuraFteaae : : enrnIM s pVis a* s imn en ef the Cup st the Sun-
be present tf JOB wk* k C mime Utausey Mcrrta State Janice kperiDleodecL Sbo-ra from left la right ore: !Brae The s ans'a.runteO h A* Qunry area *.fct. Is k. i. Army ROTC at .vUMvensty IsBnarsMp.I 'Jay morning sitrvW.Al .

take DM tame Yw nor oaa I I R... Cut R. Wade Pasx*. Hi. Bryant Mr. Chester. ODd fnr tht ... M-k averaged tl. H Flwvk. Cadet ... I TIlt mnratnt worship lervire be, Die ewrtng errvke he will
tsrt the Qutnry Bairn may SdwJefflee the is et a Mrs arq lmuM Mae Pest and Dtckd rte- Hadttv Blair natal prop arty spokecmoA. Photo b]II a-w.. U; MIWSM. if, and iirgn Lyons wtsn any Briber ta et.arl dauchttr Quincy. Martina Studio. Ibt vatuty sewage, u,. I el f-3L tt4 ea tw Book a( Obsdiah.J.M&1 )





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nn: Research Unit found' that 'w son ot Quincy Woman' Club, Don Creaser returned to Atlanta :ventiun.
clover showed a 20 percent mrR Seafood FestivalAt Don Brown president of MtI'1 Sunday after I short visit Mrs. Loll Hobb had at race
advantage In calf crop over a five- 7 ? Perjona Woman' dub, Mr*. Frank \ here. Mr*. Chester a ton remained guests Mn.: Raymond Hobbt ir.Mn.
year period. The grass pastures ApalachicolaOn tle and Mr. Verge Batunan rep-' and art leaving today F J. Cower of MiltonLt.
gave 63, 84. and 68 weaned calves! q G resenting the Home Demonstration accompanying her parent Mr. I Col. John W. Cephun -
per hundred cows. Weaning rateson PH November 14 Mr C. R. Shaw Jr., Mr*. Clubs, spent Thutsuay In We- and Mrs. Joseph Sober who will returned 'rom a yew'* tour
the clover-grau\ pastures were 2 George Bate, Mr*. Arthur Heel wahltchka attending a District visit ihere and in the mountains duty In Korea. He and his f4r
82, M, and 81 percent ---- and 'Ira. Carl Fryer have return n.eetlng of Federated Women' of North Carolina. ly will leave November 1 tor FrI
Cowl grazing on clover pastures Apalachicola known a* the ed from a trip to Atlanta. Cubs Mn. Bob Utter Jr. Mn N L. I Banning, when he will be statue
returned In to breeding condition IS October 1964 oyiler capital of the world, celebrates Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Kixd! sprat Mn. J. T. Fare, Miss Inez Woodbery were among those attending ed.
after of 20 It* "Harvest of the Sea"with the weekend in Fort Lauderdale attended the football game in
calving an average At Sea iboard Payne and Mrs Ed Taylor Miss Jean Weinberg is orthree
John (J. Rsssell days earlier than cowl on grasspastures I U S S Bufchncll a tea 14. food festival on November and attended the Florida Trcatrt the fool ball game, South Carolina Gainesville.Mr. I weeks tour of EuropeMr
The research concluded Dear Hutch Conference. They were accompanied versus Florida In Gainesville and Mrs. lien Woodbery of and Mn. Ernest Youn
County Afmt that clover stimulates the cow'i An annual event this year's by Mr. and Mn. Richard Saturday. Bambrldte and Mr. and Mrs Jerry blood ot Winter Garden hay.
Clover In the pasture can bt hormone ijstem. This li very Important -I I arrived at Key Went on Saturday eslhal will feature dayiong activities Joel of Tallahassee. They attended Mia Uremia Thomas student Woodbery and sons John and turned home following a vi, ,*
and usually It the dlUrrcnc. In a for cattlemen who use the afternoon 10 October. Did Including contests game, the Beaux Art Ball while at Auburn University spent the Malt of Columbu G*. stalledMrs relatives
profit or Iou In our pastor pro- recommended limited breeding not have to report aboard the speeches a gigantic fireworks there. Mr and Mrs Flxel spent i weekend with her parent, Mr T. D. Woodbery during the Mr and Mn. Pierce Wllliai
gums today. Covert can be 1U00eflllly system. I Bunhnell until Sunday 11 October display and at noon time a tree Friday night in Miami with her and Mn Howard Thomas weekend.Winton. left Thursday for Greenville' S <

grown in combinationwith Clover also provides better quality prior to 1700 (5 o'clock. Saturday tea food dinner brother In law and sister, Mr. Mrs. S. C Hawkins had recent Edward and Sloan Baker where their ton ai,
grasses provided the pastureis forage and boiler seasonal A highlight of the day will be a and Mn Richard Pallet with attendingthe Irern law, Mr and MuPierce
evening I was Invited to aCO.ktall her and daughter were among those
managed to the advantage of FSU guests son
the
performance by fabulous
while the ladies
he
whom
golfed Jr. and children
Williams
distribution that differences In
the clover Instead of the gran. to party given by a retired iymkana.. This Internationally In law, Mr. and Mn E. B. Hawkins South Carolina-Florida game
attended the conference.
and Marcta.
Far successful clover growth, weaning weight favor clover pawawes. coast guard captain At the party famous will be of Orlando. In Gainesville.Mrs. Pierce III
Weaning weights averaged l gymnatio group Mr. and Mr*. C L. Richardson returned Sun
were were two retired admirals Fred Wbllka
Ie'Yeraln1l.1 ncammcridaUonirnurt at the ball I Mrs. R. C Holmes of Tallahassee fiend one
seen city a
be followed. Thene are: 408, 417 and 42S pounds on the a marina corps general and alarIceafood returned Sunday night from Orlando of Mrs Nash Phil- day night from Orlando where she A I doesn'tcare ,
Apalachicola l tee guest
grass pastures; 417, 421 and 441 alto a few assorted navy marine where they spent the week attended the State Cancer Coo how much money you have.
undent liming to maintain a festival 1* a joint effort of the !pot for lunch at the Woman'idub :--
6 0 pit for crimson clover and 6.5 pound on clover-gran pulure and army. I again renewed acquaintanceship eounl)''* civic and governmental end. Friday. I
pH I for white cloven fertilize clover I All of the grass program in I I t with several people roupi. The Franklin County Mrs. Gordon Bevi of Tampa Mrs. Henry Faulk 1* spending! II TIME TO WE HAVE .
In October according to mil the experiment lout money. The I had met on previous visits Seafood Festival Committee, headed arrived Friday for a visit with today In Tallahassee attending the I Devoe Paints
tent reoommendatloni; mo t or best grass program produced 99 'and naval duty at Key West by Billy Spikes, I* expectingthe her brother In law and drier Mr. Bargain Box Fashion Show and Plumbing Klitures
graze grass dose in the fall to pound of beet per acre or 263 Reported aboard and was assigned Urgent gathering In the history and Mn. A. J. Phillip Luncheon given by the Junior Complete LIne of
reduce cover over emerging clover -pound of beef per cow, at a not to administration In further of this Florida port city. Mrs. Drew Halre and daughter League at the home of Mn. JohnH. Building Materials
teedllngi; reduce or Hop grating cost of 28 cenl a pound. The production training for command. The Mina Dorothy liaise of Quincy Phlpps. Aleoa Aluminum Roofing
In early opting to allow proper coat amounted to more Bushnell being a submarine tender OFFICE OK THE MAYOR and Mr. and Mr*. Austin Purkett Miss Josephine McCall of Penucola .( Gslvantsed Roofing k Siding
trading for reproduction. than the sale price: of the beef. with plenty of accumulated CITY OF QUINCYProclamation of Tallahassee/ art visiting WinKt visited her sister. Mn k Gifts
Research hat shown three major In companion, the most sue work and working with skeleton Salem N. C with MnNabs's Winston McClendon and family : :;aW'I: Roofing
advantages of clover cenful clover-gran PI'Ofl1pro-crew as trained men have been ton In law and daughter, during the weekend.Mr. Bond Shettrock
grantpastures duced 282: of !beef Mr and Mr*. H. G. Bamhlll. Gold
pound They
Cow per taken away for duty aboard" our and Mn. Union Munroe Products
produce more sod Gypsum
calves, calves have higher weaning acre, or 177 pound of beef per new nuclear ships, there wasn't a Whereas-: October IS, "UNICEF art also visiting In Nashville and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bans attended REMODEL Sporting Goods k Firm Supplies
cow a la coat of 11 cent a pound. chance for us to go Id tea, or so DAY," Children Tenn, with Mr. and Mrs. Garland the South Carolina FloeIda
weights, and animals require1m 1* especially for ; B U I L D nut Hundred of Other Items
If do not have clover In McGhee.Mr
supplement feed. you we thought; t* I write this wen game In Gainesville. Mia
Research results your: pastures, have a talk with riding white capped wavesof andWhereas: Million of American *. Carl Spooner drove Mr* Sue Lynn Munroe student at YOU BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
comparing
onthree your County Agent of turbulawtt Oscar May to Winter Garden
a great deal youngsters share the dsy each Monday pent the weekend with her parents
three clJYerifl'llII pastures and With only a thort node we were year by trick or treating for UNICEF where she 1* visiting relatives and accompanied them to the U NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY
all-grtu pastures In twin' It amaze ui to tee how seriously becauseof Mn. Clinton Bamett
placed In condition one president
and "The World1 Needy game.
at the University of Florida Be f .
';, torn people take themnelvea. Hurricane "Inbell. We were Children"; and ,
notified at I:IS am. on Wednesday Whereas: Trick or Treat for
to prepare to get under way. UNICEF is a constructive expres-
The largest part of our personnelwere lion of American children' concern
FLETCHER CO. Inc.IN ashore. Loud speakers on and friendship for the lent
navy truck went all over Key fortunate children of the world;
West advising all personnel to and 4JITNEY
return to the base and their ...- Whereas: UNICEF the United
GREENSBORO dons Immedlstely. When we Nations Children'I Fund, I ii help
I chugged away from the dock at Ing million: I of children and mothers
7If: ) am. only 18 men and offl- to better health In more than i .
cen wen missing. These could ( *
100 countries and territories by
report to t shore detail which we In '
assisting government programs GOOD
NOW BUYING left behind so they would .not be of disease control nutrition, and SPECIALS
considered AWOL. material and chiki welfare; and JUNGLE
TNx of u* who had can on Whereas: Each coin collected \ a? OCTOBER 22 24
the nation had to move them to hy trick of treaten will m..ntood %
I a ball park on the base, where or medicine for the sick and M
EAR CORNAND they were lined up and kept under hungry children of the world.
guard to avoid pilferage. It Now therefore, I, It V. Fletcher
was raining real hard and was Mayor Pro-Tern of the City of Quincy, Florida
really soaked when I got back to Quincy, do hereby proclaim Wednesday .
tho ship t changed my clothesbut October 28, 1964 a*
did not need another shower.
We are at General Quarters andI "UNICEF DAY"In I
am writing this at a deck In the U. S. GRADED GOOD TENDER BEEFLIVER .
admlnlstratloni office until we are Quincy and urge every citizen I
old and alike to purndpal
SHELLEDCORN secured from general quarters In trick young or treat for UNICEF and lb. 29cCENTER
This has been quite a novel to welcome properly Identified
experience. I am glad of the BEEF STEAK
trick or treaten at the door -
i chance to get back out to tea, the
those whose containers carry CUT PORKCHOPS
but not of the reason we had to and Mack
official printed orange
go.Hope trick or treat for UNICEF men
that when you receive this sage with the UNICEF symbol! 01 lb. 69cPORK
I Hurricane "libcll" will be a memory a mother and child and who an ROUND lb. 85
of no safely .ports we accompanied by a responatM
shall return to adult or teenager.In .
would 'be Interested Witness whereof I have hereunto
In :learn of this experience: let hand and caused the,
my ROAST 27c
WE HAVE COMPLETE I which I II atew -. one of many I have Seal of the City of Quincy to be SIRLOIN lb. 79c lb.
been through In the past twenty .

yean or more.Sincerely affixed.H. V. Flpl\ /
FEED MILL FACILITIESTOP ProTernot
Ivts J. Scadron the City of Quincy
Cdv. USNR R I CLUB lb. 73c HENS lb. 19c
USS Bushnell AS IS Charge accounts for volume
Naval Station users of the Sunihln State Parkway .
Key West florida'Dennis + an available and discount
an offered bated on total monthly .
HagoodIs travel on Florida' toll turn DELICIOUS WAXED


QUALITY In Hawaii pike.- -- APPLES 33c RUTABAGAS lb. 6cU.

i FALL SEED and 1 Insurance Center ,::

Dennis W. Hagood, Aviation

,Electrician Mate, USN, grandson 1121 West Jefferson
FERTILIZERSFLETCHER :of Mrs.;l't Hagood ot Quincy, i GREEN S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
will Airborne Early PAT THOMASINSURANCE.
,Warning Barrier Squadron Bah
her' Point, Hawaii November CABBAGE 6c 49c
15. and 1 INC. ib lB;gb
Hagood maintain repair)
aircraft electrical systems ant
I their components The squadron
functions as an airborne extension STANDARD BAMA APPLEJELLY
CO. INC."Wwt Ichf the Early Warning .
8"I-ft:
I DEW) the radar station

I across northern Canada and Alaska Tomatoes 4 g.49c 200L 19cPURE
Gadidtn'i Largest Source and operates on a continuousaround
the clock hauls between One Stop Means Tumbler

oi! Midway and the Aleutian Islands Service
Supply" I The aircraft an the radar equipped Complete
version! of the Lockheed Super DIXIE

Ttephon. 442-2225 Grt.n.boro, Florida I log Star.Constellation and the Warn I DIAL 627.7151

Hagood entered the Navy In QUINCY BagSUGAR'29c
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'CHOICE'GENERAL LARGE I VAN CAMP'S PORK &



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GOLDWATER MILLER IACL-O-LANTERN MASHEDYAMS LINDY BRAND



PEAS 5 g:. $1.00LINDY


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REGARDLESS OF 10 J.:. $1.00CARNATION CORN 6 J:. $1.00




PARTY AFFILIATION INSTANT MALTED ROBIN HOOD




DEMOCRAT OR REPUBLICANCHOOSE MILK 49c' FLOUR 14 79cBREAD





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:" SATURDAY, OCT. 24
AoW'hOPO yort a buy in I gl yor""
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up lo th.t.mat counter' l yore IGA in look l 7:30 P. M.
ill those w B trimmtd,prop.rly.ped cull of mill I .
WInners Ntd Not B Present
Anyon.you take on horn it gutr.nl..d)to give you 9rg.nuine I
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ing pttiur"or yore purchase and monty + To Win!
bick.Gil on over to IGA today) .. Winning NumberWlll B. Potttd
In Window.

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Req. Z9c Cut from juicy,t.nd.r b..r.f
: Pkqa. TibUKil' Round Sink Is Id !
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for dtlitioui,h-in-your-moulh I
Swiu Slik..i family Kraff Delicious
ftvorit.'i \
RUMP JUICY II>.;, 1J.
t ROAST lb. 68 Mayonnaise

Tender Tasty Steaks I'
GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $1,00

:.f: SAUSAGE Tabl.Rit. Pure Pork 3lbs.$1.00IGA '8'I. I I BONELESS SIRLOIN Ib. 78c \ QL Jar3 9 'r ,


SLICED BOLOGNA lb. 45c. CLUB lb. 98c
SWIFT CONSUMER STYLE
CORN BEEF lb. 75c r' CLUB or RIB lb. 78c I

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IGA FRESH FROZEN
FRESH FLORIDA
Oranges A ORANGE JUICE EV AP MILK
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FINE QUALITY, FRESH, 4 6 O=, 88 c \ .
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JUICY,AND VITAMIN RICH. Cans Tall S
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NO. 1 FRESH FISH STICKS & 59cGOLDEN

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KRAFT AMERICAN or PIMENTO DIXIE BELLE i

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand NEW KIND OF BOOTLEGGING trati I In the trade and servid. used many substitute outlets for pair, 208 percent: movie .* OX NAVAL GUNFIRE
advertising Including quickly or mMons, M7 percent, ** ** *P The nation's top Marine end
'
continuing lMuatrIN.ltaUJCleaI ganised Increased service: 1M percent; while medical
Impact I newspapers that there If "s defletimcy
THE aiATTAHOOCHEE: TRIBUNE =m radio and television advertising care services have Increased ?|
A very signifier .t upset of the tees naval to
Published each Thursday at II S. Madison StreetA rising number of part-time workers and Increased use of circular only 1S9 percent and doctor gunfire support .,
/ An W. Perry /twtptrnrESTABUStao I b its effect on !the statistics ol During the period of this strike only 112 percent beach landing and "!It".j, j
1901 employment and unemployment other cities were experiencing Maybe a haircut or s permanentwave the action Is essential." Genes! trite,
Quincy, Florid The national total published each great sale Increase, some running U more Important than hospitalor lace M. Greene, Jr., Matins r, N
.-. t1aM Pet.... Pull et Qh.n'. month for the number d uiwm a* high a* 60 per cent This service of a but dependable It seem* to me commandant discussed w* (
mean that sale In store where physician
One Year W,09 Two YMrI 'O "tin Months Ifl pSSS e Irto ployed who add are* I looking Indiscriminalclythose for full!) tests were made that Is, Gimbels we have lost our swine of values called a "gun gap." Bott ,

J. L. iota lnwa ? Pabli.h.Mr. ., time work and those who art and macys-mlght nave been 75 if they are.Consider. Marines and the Navy amps> ,

*. Esther Cvbtr ._.._..... ..... .......... ,_ .... EdllOf looking for part-time work. Since percent higher If the Mores had also that modern technique forces have been cunce-n ,
Don Carman .._...................,..................Advlr6.ieg u4 New v the pattern and trend of unemployment the use of their local newspaper and methods have reduced some time that their capo, ,, ;
differs among the two The effect on hundred of the average hospital Slav from 11 hAIl been reduced by the "
""v
1f'OUPI, this hu s considerable smaller businesses which depend days to days, white drug have from conventional gun in missiles n
N Impact on the combined figure upon the movement of consumer: liUTeastd only 56 percent and tab-
New data Just released by the traffic In the shopping center wa oratory service only 99 percent INCREASE IV: AUTOMATION
NATIONAL foiTORiAiclT Labor Department permit us U;: probably even more pronounced Your TV repair man your air
@ separate the lull-time workers Consumers do not use small conditioner service man and your Secretary of Labor W WI."It, i
IAS Spt6T1 t ) from therr"WI: group ra' specialty shops, service establishments electrical contractor charges more Wins said that Increasing and entertainment facilities
Mt examine for a* service call than your motion Is taking over about, .
t separately. Figures are available unless they have come to town to doctor and yet you scream that 000 to 70.000 Jobs s week in *
o for comparing !me trends between make purchases which they have medical costs and drug costs' are United Slates but eventual II
May, 1M7, and May, n1l4. seen advertised. the newspaper. ,too high and pin your hopes on employment Is dependent ii|"n
Mgnlncnl Trend medicare that offers littleI hen such Increased production ,
Battle of the BooksA The brat Interesting fact which Too Late the need really arises and places clrncy. He said that the lasi l 2-
emerge 1 II that the unemptoyment a burden on every wage earner. months showed the greatest >
rate for part-time worker under social security crease In automation and teriu' ,.
A weeks ago Fr"domi Foundation at Vail ey; was slightly lower than the rate To There are hospitall/Jtlon plans logical development In our history
Forge, Pa., received a gift of several hundred book The for full-time worker In May, ClassifyBy available at such modest cost that
1U7, but It substantially high most any family can afford (them
gift was of special significance; many of the volume rr In May 1864. Between the two Russell Kay and they offer tar more for far
were first editions inscribed by the authors and etheri dates the number of unemployed less than any political plan presented Floor CoveriniloeludlBf
were outof-prtnt rarities. They were of historical Import. 1ft the full-time labor force increased W* have been hearing I lot to dAte
by one-htth, while the about medicare lately and thousands board or
Newt Note: General Accounting Office Before you go over '_tee
because of them had for
one provided ammunition
many number In the part-time labor of eager beaver who see permit your congressman to do
a courageous American who crusaded valiantly for ytari hat charged Area Redevelopment Ad. force more than doubled. This. benefits for themselves In the so for medicare as how proposedtake Inlaid linoleum rabbet,
trying( to prevent what we now" happening in Ada. plus the fact that the part-time hollow promise of politician time to secure a ropy of the rtnrL CorkCounter
ministration with spending money in troup now has e sties weight! In seeking their vole writ letters bill and make lure you know
Th. man was the lat. Alfred Kohlberg a businessman he total, account t In part toh.. press and pressure their what It really means Don't lake
who had interests In the Far East and who travel*: M"- epmHd area for the growth in unemployment congressmen the word of a half baked halfcrazed Top
extensively there. He was Invited to Join the Institute of between the two periods. In the meantime the, medical politicians who are concerned
A comparison with 1857 Is especially profession and the drug Industry only with your vote and Work
Pacific Relations presumably to serve at "window dress significant since the first take the rap and assume the role their future. Study the problem for
ing." However, he was not content with such a role and halt of that year 1* the las, tied of sores and monsters, who yourself and be sure you under-
is divorced from righteousness. It Is tragically true that in hi which total unemployment was gouge the "helpless and bleed their
became Interested In what the IPR was doing. The more stand what the present bill doe AflExpert ",et
America today there are leaders about 4 percent of the labor forcee victim with .
religious advocating outrageous charge and not no before you Jump
he learned the more disturbed he became and he became
the kind of which the level which the government for senders in swimmingpool.
peace U objective of Soviet wildly Into empty : Installation
seriously alarmed when he realised that our State propsBanda. economists regard ss the targetat Maybe It tl time we stopped .
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various IPR for which w* should aim our current listening to politicians and hearsay .
Department was relying on "experts" I
Dr. Frederick Brown Harris, Chaplain of the U. S. policies. and looked at the facts. The ON GOUmATER'S: (1IARGES
policy recommendations that he knew favored the Communlsts. But w* already have hit the cost of medical service, hospitall-
Senate as quoted in "America's Future. I At s recent news conference,1 SHELFER. BLITCH
Unable to get IPR officials to do anything about 18S7 target with respect to the nation and drugs are high. There President Johnson said that Senator I
this he took his case to the public. One result was the largest and moat critical segmentof I* no discounting that. But are Barry Goldwater'i charge,:I ","skGzr. MI (\
the labor force adult male these cost excessive In /aos
QUINCY comparison administration "softon JI ,
IPR that the was QUtNtY r e
of the which showed how
famous S.nat.lnve.UqatlOD full-time worker The unemployment with other cost for services communism' was Impulsive!I
this organization played a vital role In turning China CALENDAR OF EVENTSA rate among men twenty or over the tame period. and. erroneous..__
over to Mao Tse-tung's Communists dubbed "agrarian r. older who sit full-tlnM member Maybe we should top end :
of the labor force, was 31 percentin count our chance before we accuse
former. by the "liberal" element While Mr Kohlbergwas Community Service by the May. 1151 and exactly the. the medical profession and

unable to prevent this Communist takeover and subsequent Gadidea County Chamber el Commerce (27-SS1I same The aKIn fact that in May the, It64.Increase In our with druggists taking advantage and nursing of homes us In "Get on the other phones, gang! Grandma's calling."
events In Korea, Laos and South Vietnam and
unemployment has ,been concentratec our hour of need, as It has bin
elsewhere, which flowed from it, he was at least able to Thursday, October 22- Canning Center, I 0 S; Florida among part-tim worker, charged. e
show America where they were being led. women and teenagers shoulj not According to the U.S. Bureauof
State\ Employment Service, 9.3, S. Roberta St.
: be ground for complacency. But Labor Statistics price Increases \
It Is fitting that Alfred Xohlberg's books, given to It t doe throw an Illuminating side- over the past 28 years 1935 to \4
Freedoms Foundation by his widow, will have a place of Friday, October 23- Alcoholics Anonymous & Al-Anon tight on the nature of the unemployment 1963, for various service \Inulcale
honor in the I. Edgar Hoover Library there, a repository Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Conning problert. It raise a. that we are making a mountainout ,-

of books and documents dealing with Communism and Center, 8 S; Pilot Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; step uestlon for ss stimulating to whether the general whole make of the a mole doctor hill and In our the effort hospitalthe to

ether forms of subversion. However, the books will not Air force Recruiter, 9 0 12, Post Office. economy are the proper means for goat

make up a passive exhibit but will be available for the Monday, October 26- Klwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson dealing with this kind of situation statistic Consider show the that fact dometic that bureau labor

use of others who want to fight the Communist menace House; Canning Center 8. 5; Social Security Representative has Increased in cost 353 percent

ol Alfred Kohlberg did. 9:30: a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse; Girl, haircuts, 299 percent; shoe n-

Have you any good books In your home which Scout Troop No. 148 4 p.m., First Presbyterian olo'alJ'I

promote Americanism or expose the forces that seek to Church. I II / t

destroy it? If so, why not give some thought to offering I READY MIX
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Tuesday, October 27- Canning Center, 8 S; Rotary ,
where others benefit, from
such books to a library may I7u0IfnIJ
school Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., I CONCRETECONCRETE
them? Your local public library or a nearby or
Masonic Business and Professional Women
Building ,
;
would doubtless welcome such an offering, and
college 7 p.m., Kith-ell's Restaurant; Halloween Carnival, Get Together Family Styleat
good books can play a mighty part In countering the George W. Munroe P.TJt I By ButtS *

kind of propaganda that our young people are subjectedto List year when strikes cloned Low After 9 Lone Distance Rates
today. Mrs. Kohlberg has set an example for all of us.' Wednesday, October 28Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., newspaper In New York and
Post Office; Jay cess, 12 noon, Klttrell's Restaurant; :Cleveland th* business community Handy Direct Distinct Dialing ltd you pick up the phone

Ghosts Will Still WalkIt I Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Canning had was been aware seriously that affected.retail sties BLOCK and till inywhiri In the U.J. lor $1.00 or list. N you

Center, 8 0 S. Sales figure have been released hiven't hid i family get t tottthir In iwhlli, hold one by

the victim of the Warren Commission! In which Indicate specifically long distinct. You'll enjoy| the visit
appears October 29- Center 8 5 Florida
Thursday, Canning ; how serious the losses to retail *
.monumental report on the assassination of President State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. store wer*. In Cleveland according 'Stitton-tottitmnplut
Kennedy is the long-suffering Federal Bureau of Investigation to Federal Reserve Oakland Concrete .,,".",. fJ. E C/M TH

although these Monday, morning quarterbacks expressed Friday, October 30- Alcoholics Anonymous and AL figure department Store sales Products "'"
; i
ran 21 cent below the Company
per
displeasure with the Secret Service as well anon family group, 8 p.m., Si Paul's Parish House; year. previous I

The FBI was taken to task for failing to, tell the Canning Center, 8 0 S; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12, In New York the weekly lossesto Allen Bosttck and .

Secret Service that Lee Harvey Oswald was In Dallas.: Post Office. department .store because of Iota Thomson Quincy Telephone Co.
the newspaper strike was U percent PhM MAS Mm
This In view of the fact that the substance of the Com I
Monday, November 2- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson This came about In spite of
mission findings is that the President's assassin bad no the fact that the New York store
House; Canning Center, 8 S; American Legion. John .
association with either Communists nor rightists, was W. Shaw Post 84, 8 p.m., American Legion Home;
"profoundly alienated from the world In which he lived," Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30 RAM., J

with."few if any close relationships with other people Tal-Mar-Quln Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; C

seems a little odd. Social Security Representative, 9:30 a.m.. Courtroom .

,jWhy) 11 Oswald was Just another Irrational nut without Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30 p.m., Chevrolet w

,subversive connections or associations, would the Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian
FBI be'expected to keep him under surveillance and to Church.

advise the Secret Service of his presence In a city the
President planned to visit? Tuesday, November 3- Canning Center, 8 0 5; Rotary

Are we to believe that all of our homicidal maniacs Club, 1 p.m, Jeefiersoa House; Garden Club Board

are charges of the FBI? Meeting 8 p.m., Clubhouse; Lions Club, 7 p.m., lanhfii, i.ul..at6er..rw.wu.

Klttrell'a Restaurant; Saddle Club, 8 p.m., Auction

Works Like A Charm Market

Wednesday November 4,- Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m.,
'.n his triumphal visit to D Paso and the ceremonial Post Office; Jaycees 12 noon, Klttrell's Reestaurant;

meeting with Mexican President Adolpho Lopez Mateos Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter

solemnizing solution of the 100-year-old Chanted boundary Post Office; Canning Center, 8 3; Marine

dispute, President Johnson said: Recruiter. 9 0 12 Post Office.

"Let Chamlaal stand as a symbol to all the world

that the most troublesome of problems can yield to the
tools of peace." The National Outlook

And we are sure it will. _

We are confident that the Chamlsal formula cannot I 'y George lldoreARTTIME with II percent In May. UJ7. ,
miss anywhere. All need to do Is the other
, you give JOB SCKKERI This Is s fact of some intern
fellow aU he asks for. Although the treat majority ofthe in 1 Itself, line It Illustrates the
And for good measure and so there can be no American labor force conrinioi adaptability IIItit economy to
local friction pay your own nationals to move out of ; full-time workers, e substantial the special circumstance of Individual
and tpparantly growing properen worker on the one hand
the teal estate they foolishly thought was theirs.
Is mad up of thoM who and to the special requirement
And, presto, there peace! 1KMW to work pari-ttme. In of certain employers on the other.
,May. 1.114, tilt part-time worker! The part-Urn labor force watts
ceounted (or U of. thetotal .
percent mainly of women and teeaafers.Parttime
One Burning Issue"In labor. force,_as_compared. : -.employers ere_motes

!
all directions the word now being broadcast Is FOR-

that there Is to be letup in tensions so far as the threatof !

communism is concerned. The cold war Is to be madeat FUEL OIL
least lukewarm. Let us stop Irritating the Kremlin den

of thieves by constantly talking about captive nations. workpowercomes

This, altered attitude seems to be based on alleged HOME DELIVERY

changes which are going on In he Soviet Union and on 'E LL

the quarrel which has erupted between Red China and .CALL 627-8888

Red Russia In Quincy In two hinds
c"Both these assumptions are loaded with dangerous I/i/ of pickups Trim
for the free world. Th. truth J Fleetside
Is that whatever
boobytrape Pickup (shown above
)
663-2319 or handy Stepside Pickup
changes are evolving In the U.S.S.R. are going on with running boards between ;

in a controlled police state and are allowed because they In ChattahoochHDtSTRIBtTOR cab and rear fenders. There are 6. or 8-fL bodies
strengthen the regime and further the unalterable ob. plus an extra-lonc
ML: Stepside body. Floor of heavy wood planking.
Jective of world domination. I with full-length steel
skid
"The bitter division In world policy among the members strips. TaHgateheldsnuglybyanU-rattIelatches.Youget

o( the communist bloc hat to do not with the desire PROMPT. DEPENDABLE

of one' school of thought to be kinder to the West than COURTEOUS SERVICE I smooth Independent front suspension and self-adjusting .
I II m .
the other, but because there ls a radical difference: as to brakes. Check out
a Chevy pickup for
the methods by which the flame of freedom U to be extinguished your kind of job.

everywhere It Is because of that war-to-I SERVICE w tv I T .PAOM your Chevrolet dealer
the-death policy of the most blasphemous system humanity about typo pf truck
.__
has ever knows that across the sky ol this free land '"_

is written the fiery warning that the one burning issueof

these days of destiny is not peace as many assume It 037081

Is freedom. A passion for a spurious peace when thereis OIL CO.South .

no just and righteous peace, finally degeneratee into STAMP MANNING
the coward's whine 'Better Red than dead.' Robert Street TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

'"The menace ol the godless conspiracy of communism ON ALLPURCHASES I

Is so real and so near that it Is a tragedy when pul- QUINCY 23 NORTH ADAMS STREET

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I To prepare Alma hunter Karma for the hunt. i -.x 1f *

lug season ahead, Ray Pettli,
safety specialist with the Floridi
Agricultural Extension Service,
passes on hit ten commandments
of hunting.
The hunter who abides by these
ruin should experience I safe and 4.H Club
successful season. Pettli ca>i
hunters should remember that a News Views
rifle or shotgun ii essentially an''n.o\
Inurnment of death. More peopleare ERLF.AP' 4.HERS MEET
accidentally Wiled by firearms, The Cloverleaf 4-U\ Club met at
In and around the home than on'George Munroe School October
bunting trips. I IPetU. 6.
.' suggested rules fort! Janice Gilbert had the devotion
bunters: al. Mary Joyce Weeks
I edJ:1
t Treat every gun ai though It 'American Flag salute, ) re *
were loadedOut in the field, Carroll led the 4-H flag salute :
latlsfy yourself that It Ii not. I Mrs. Carroll had a demonstration
on "How girls should dl't'RlI
2, Unload your gun when you
leave it unattended, or before you and kinds" of dresses they should

put 3.It Store away.your gun under lock I wear. Laura Woodward, I It

and key reporter vIV" *
4. Unload: all gum before Retting I !
Into a car or coming Into your NEW JOINT 4H
home camp, ,CUB ORGANIZED i I
5. Carry the gun In such a way I The newly formed Joint 4-H
j that you can control the munle,Club met Monday, Octotx 12 at } OV\ y
at all 1 times 7.30 in the Livestock Pavilion.'
! 6. Check your gun to see that Janice Goodwin called the meeting .' ) ;
"' the barrel Ii clear-and check the'i to order. She and Linda Ard 'r iJ1Ht.
ammunition I to tee that It la the led the pledges to the Americanand "
correct size.t I 4-H Flags. '1.
7. Unload your gun before crossIng Mr. Bernard Clam, Associate L '
a stream or fence, or when'County Agent, told the group some I
cljjnhing Into a hunting Hand ort'of the reasons for forming a Joint
I blind.I. 'I club. A committee, composed U
B* sure of your target be- Mary Louise Ray, Jerome Jenkins
tore| shootlnif. Don't point your Linda Ard and Douglas Ray,
run at antthlng you wouldn't Intend was appointed to select\ a few
to kill.I names for the club. These names
!. n.oot at flat hard sur- will be voted on at the next meetIng. -
fares because the bullet will '
chat, rll'O-l Officers mere elected as follows 6
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JO, Wear clothing that makes : Pl'I'sldenlMary Louise:
you easily seen by other hunten. Ray; vlce.prt'tndentJlmm)' Su-
Red caps and bright hunting her; ItretllrylIarold: Ray; re.
porterLinda Ard Council>> Delegate
Jackets may help lave your life ;
,Van your head and hake huntIng Steve Stnutamire; Devotional I
a safe port Pettii 11)'.. leader CharlotlStoofa.
mire; recreation: leader JaniceGoodwin.
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NAMED: TO NASA POST \ I
There were six girls and eleven
.'The National Aeronautics and boys present.! Also resent were
Space!l Administration has announced Mrs. Shirley dark,
appointment of Jennings Home Demonstration
Pmhle Field, Jr.. a 44-yearold John Russell, County A AilI.tan'l
Tennessee business executive, ai Marvin Blount, Mrs
director of Gemini program control and Mr. George Powell.
In NASA's Office of Manned Linda Ard.reporter ,
Space Flight Held will be responsible I
for the billloinlollar,
By Oltli* Yaw is. Han an. 4 R Club
project's coats! and budget. I
To me 4-H Out work has Interested
,. me In several ways. I have ,I II twyj
been among new and Interesting II I
;t I'J. friends. I've rwevled new Ideas
1WJ. << :,,: .., from others and from projects In I
t. the 4-H, and I hope I've been ableto
Swym/i'uW ?# l ;{;, help someone else. I've learned
V r more about management of projects
Including producing a crop
iIS A TIME OF BEAUTY or crops In the cheapest possible
way. to get the greatest yield' and

.and lime fa snapihaaf greasiest I've learned profit.that In producing Another new church I The newspaper article nays Bill's right When people work together for their

t with your KODAK camera crops or livestock, I cannot Just the population in Bill's suburban neighborhood is church when people pray together for guidance
It In casual! I have
a
toat way
to be a part of It each day- Handlemy growing so fast that even more churches will soon be it can't help but lead to a greater spirit of tolerance,

crop, and or livestock at the same to my time advantage needed. Bill thinks this is just great. fellowship and cooperation in the whop community."A .

s apply any new bless or helpful
i hints from any other well known community is a better place when there are In order to play its full part, the Church needs you,
that will be profitable to me, '
\ Some of the safety practices I plenty of churches," he says. "It's good for the children your prayers and your support. In return the Church I

tried first, to by use all In means com planting, handle were my and the young people it's good for everybody! often you i priceless gift ,, the Truth that ,.haJJ I" ...... ,

equipment with the greastect care, We all need some sort of anchor for our lives, and the mata yogi ti e.' I r
KODAK operating too fast or In a
never
Church is the best I know of."
a playful way Making sure my land one ,
of> ,
I ass in right condition, moisture
3oo wise, so as not to rot my seed In
Outfit the ground. Never put too much
side drMfdng too close to my crop
Instant load. electric causing burn to the plants. Making THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THK CHURCH
a clone watch, to see that the
!
budget price
eye Insects did not damage my crop. The Church: II the greatest factor laity and support the Church. They
Drop In a Kaa'apalr film cartridge Some of the things I think I can on earth fur the building of character sra: ( II for his own sake, (I) for
and the contra loaded do to help my crop another year and food clU..nahlplIl1a ltor.hi.. children' sake. ((3) For the take

Inilonlly automatically! Iec. would at cover be crop.; have I think a greater I should growth use I house spiritual values. Without a irf his. community and nation. ((4)
trio eye automatically gives you Church neither for the sake of the Church lIMit
the lent setting tar tht more tertiUur, have my rows a strong democracynor
film proper yav'va chosen) Shoot color few Inches cloaer, and maybe civilisation can survive, There which needs trio moral! and material,
slides, color map,' or black- plant a week or n earlier e .,w: are four sound reasons why every support. Plan to |o to churah regularly .
Most of all, to be a part of the should attend service and reed Bible dally.
and whiltl. Th... ewer a dialfo bl'tl.rrt.. person refu- your
4-H\ has made me a
..". Electric eye even tots you can It Is an organization thatevery
when to use the buill'ln flaihl girl should be proud
boy or
Complete Outfit $49.50 to say, "I am a 4-H'er". (ApyyIBhIIIM, rc...." Ado'It.w" lar Mrseorr.Vag *

Julian Cole prlatdent of Venn, Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
CROUCH'SREXALL Cole and Associates. Miami pub Genesis Psalms Itaggal Jr.raai John 11 Corinthians Calatlan
and the flrstradioTV
DRUGS lie relations major firm to be graduated 13:8-18: 122:1.9: 1:1.6 1:7.11 IU.8. '::12-1B 8:1.1: :

from the University of Miami Is .... ,
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of Tropical
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... m CADSDKN COUNTYJTMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 22, .1984
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'vice president of the Woman'I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Pearls.
WSCS
'Society of Christian Service of Centenary Living .
the Tallahassee District of the 1
WOMEN'S PAGE Methodist Church. She 1* widely Has MeetingThe By Guy R. Node
!known for her effort to organize
LOST IV THE!: CROWD
donor In
ant support
a registry Woman's Society of Chris-!
Tallahassee for the North Florida The Baltimore New
tan Methodist reported
Service of Centenary
Persona having Items ol social nature are urged to call I Eye Bank with headquarters In business
Church held It regular
"One children
reason so areseen
Mrs. May S. Richadwn! at MAIn 7-3503 I Gainesville, and continues her and meeting October many
service In this field of activity program on the street at night Is that
III at 3:30 In the Fellow.
a member of the Tallahassee ship Hall. p.m. they are afraid to stay home
and North Florida Eye Bank I
Before
along you pass lightly1
Council. She herself Is the recipient The meeting WIll called to order "
\
Woman's Club of two corneal transplants, by the president Mn. Carl) over that statement remember
as the result of a rare eye disease Owenby, with the group praying one-half of our society Is dealing,
which Impaired her vision. the Lord'i Prayer In unison after with the problem of loneliness.
Meeting Held Mn. Fisher was chosen a* Flor which they sang "Havt Thine Own Have you ever been lonely in a
i ida's Mother of the Year for Way Lord." giant crowd? Have you ever been

1984. Governor Farris Bryant: The devotional was given by lonesome In your own home? I
Last Friday made the Award in the Florida' f ?fra. T. E. Ferguson and M.... H. Imagine, In most cases, the answer -
J House of Representative One B. Morgan. The scripture was would have to be yet.

Thj Qulney Woman's Club met other Tallahassee mother ha been i John 10: 118. Why In a society a* extroverted
In regular monthly session at 11 honored by this award Mrs.. Mrs. J. L. BedenbauKh the a* ours are we still lonely people..
o'clock Friday at the club house George Lewis, who was a Quincy recording secretary, read' the minutes The answer can be found In the
with Mrs. Clinton Bassett president girl before her marriage was after which the treasurer home, I believe. What have you
4 presiding I named Florida' Mother of the gave her report don as a "family" this week? A
Year, tome yean ago. Circle chairmen gave their re father or mother a ion or daughter .
Mrs N. F. Fain Sr. gave the Mn. Fisher spoke first! of her ports. They each told of their can be lonely at home. What i

devotional the subject" being eye operations, of the miracle of protects for the month. will it take before we reason out 1
H "Service To Others. She developed which given her by the .. by I
sight was The program presented for ourselves the why? Don't get
live the thought that in our dally two corneal transplants. She stated Mr*. H. E. Morgan assisted by so Involved In "everything" that
we can serve other by, that after two summers In 6, 4 ws Mr*. G. W. Byrd Mn. R. B. Lester you let the most Important expert'
abiding by the Golden Rule
using New York hospitals that she had Morrow
Jr. and Mrs. Everett ence In the world pas you up.
t : illustrate scripture her from point.Matthew 7:22to a dream for Florida to have an fnyi The topic was "::et Your There are million of lost and
eye bank. House In Order." They dlscun-l
lonely people-find tomeone-evea
Mr*. Tracy Riddle recording She said that a person could ed the mission work of the Wom
secretary, read minutes of the serve by willing their eye after an's Society. U was Interesting to It It I* yourself.Surprise

last meeting. | death to the eye bank, and that learn that in the United States the
It was requested of the club they must be removed within four __ _iO _- Woman'i Division support 13 Party Given
member that they give whole hour after death, and be tram- Miss Mary Howard Shelfer chlld n'. homes 28 residences
hearted suppo.t to the game planted within four day*. She told Mr. and Mil. Charles B. Shelter of Havana announce for young ..women 21 schools and For Miss Ann ChesterMr.
parties that were being sponsored of several instances where sight colleges 100 community centers
for willing their the engagement of their youngest daughter, Miss Mary homes and Mn. Homer Chester
the benefit of the club treas was given by persons 6 hospitals 4 retirement'
I eyes to the bank. She said that Howard Sheller to Richard Blair Morgan, ton of Mr. and and many other project entertained with a surprise! party

ury.Mrs.. L. L. Willis requested that ,over thirty thousand persons were Mrs. Frank P. Morgan, Jr., of Quincy. He 1* the grandsonof Another Interesting' project discussed Thursday night at their home on
all member plan to attend the awaiting corneal transplant Mr. F. F. Morgan Sr. and the late Mr. Morgan and was the need of a pension Lake Talquln Road In honor of
I Mn. Fisher said that she felt workers over'seas. their daughter Ann, the occasion
annual Christina Party known Mr system for Christian
Mr. and Blucher Blair of Quinpy.The .
a* "Gentlemen's Night," which great humility In being chosen An offering will be taken being her 13th birthday. Flowen
I II to be held on December I and Florida' "Mother of the Year." bride-elect U the granddaughter of Joe Thomp- for these projects at the meeting in autumn shade were at focal
would be I "covered dish" dinner She said that every mother deserves ton and the late Mrs. Thompson of Gretna, and the late next Monday afternoon October point in the party room A

at the club house, the title, "Mother o.' the Mr. and Mrs, C B. Shelfer Sr., pioneer residents of 20 when the "Call to Prayer and delicious spaghetti nipper was
Year." She then told of her week Havana. Selt-Denial" program will be presented served the 20 guests. The birth-
Education Chairman Miss Sara In New York City spent at the In Sheller Chapel at 3.30 day cake also carried out the autumn
May Love, requested that all club Waldorf Astoria Hotel, and of the Mist Shelfer Is a 1961 graduate of Havana High All memben of the Worn- color scheme with a musical
member take advantage of the other mothers whom she ml't.Thl'l'll School and will graduate from Florida State UniversityIn an'. Society an urged to attend theme. Miniature records and
facilities offered by the QuIncy four others who were teenage doll decorated it.
were December receiving a BS degree In Exceptional Child this meeting.Mn. a
Mr. and Mr Robert Stewart
*. Library.Fine Art Chairman Mrs. R. chosen a* outstanding, and Mn. Education. She Is secretary of the Council for Exceptional H. E. Morgan closed the Garnet and dancing were en-
Flaher was the fifth. with following
Miss Constance Vansione Wed Ft Klncaid, spoke of the planned. In closing Mr*. Fisher shared Children at FSU. The bride-elect is an active member of, meeting prayer. Joyed Diane Adams supper.Delorei Bant
I concert series, to be put on > with the group a letter she had Salem Methodist Church where the has been organist and Eddie Woodward assisted in
the club and urged Its support her three II'8ndlOl1l.In Miss Hill
written to and pianist for several years I entertaining.
To' Robert Stewart October 10 by all the member It she told them that she would
Mrs. G. 0. Barnett Stated that bring them God., that she would Mr. Morgan graduated from Quincy High School In Tells PlansThe
the 1960 and attended the of Florida. He is
I financial committee I II planning have them put Him first In their University a Mrs. Fisher Williams
A pretty tail wedding was solemnized toward money making project lives and she wanted her Christian graduate of the National Hardwood Lumber Inspection
Court cousin of the bride, were wedding plan of Mill Patricia Hostess At Bridge
so the club benefit.
at !St. Paula Episcopal bridesmaids. Mrs. Doris Van-I House Committee may Heritage to be theirs. The assembly School In Memphis, Tenn., and Is associated In business Hill daughter of Mr And

Church on Saturday, Oct 10 at stone, sister In law of the bride partial cleaning of the reported ell b house.A a. wa greatly Impressedwith of MnFisher's with his father and grandfather in the Midway Hard- Mrs H. H. Hill of Quincy and Mn. Fisher William was hostess
> p.m., when Mini Constance Van- was bride matron. They wore, resolution' was presented by the spiritual qualities wood Company. He Is a member of Centenary Methodist William Kenneth Allen, son of Mr. ( to her Wednesday afternoon
lone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Identical gowns of silk faced satin Mrs. Henry Faulk. talk. of the assembly Church of Quincy. and Mrs. Freeman T. Allen Sr., bridge club at her home. Colorful
decoration
John II. Vanstone became the with full watteau trains and Mrs. Bassett told of attending The of Chattahoouhce, are being an flowers with roses predominating
bride/ of Robert Stewart, eon o< the bodices had oval necklines the recent State Board roon. consisted of several arrangements The wedding will be an event of Saturday, January nounced. were at Interest point.
at
Mr. and Mr*. Gordon Stewart with elbow sleeve The full a- Cocoa which met In till meeting seventieth of permanent flowers In bronzecontatnen. in 9, 1965 at the Salem Methodist Church In Havana with The ceremony will be at 7 Mn. James Johnson won high

The Rev. John Bywater officiated. line-skirts were accented with sensing, and she said that in addition pastel colon!. The, arranged mantel held two the Rev. J. W. Powell performing the double ring cer. o'clock Saturday evening, October score and Mn. Lanier Richardson

The bride was lovely In a floor trains trimmed with small Dior to its having prolonged figure In bronze and plaster. mony. 24 at the First Baptist Church a guest, held low. Both recetves1Garden
length of silk fared satin bowl. They wore pill box hats of classes In with the Rev- Freeman T, Allen Club calendars.
gown parliamentary proceedings The entrance hall table held an All Mends and relative are Invited to the wedding
originally designed modified bell matching color with flat bows the group toured! th! arrangement In yellow and white. and the Hall. Jr. officiating and the Rev. At conclusion of three progressions
In
silhouette with a detachable train. and circular Illusion veils and Cape, also. Mrs Baaxctt also reported The dining table held mall arrangement reception following Fellowship Thomas E. Cuttlno serving as host the hostess served a dessert

The bodice of the gown had an they carried gold carnations with on the recent district meetIng of maroon and !gold pastor. with coffee.
oval neckline with long tapered green tulle and ribbon. Miss Stewart -I which was held at Wewa- down Miss Dianne Moulton will be
colored flowen at Interval Brandons Note Church Women I Mn. Pierce Williams wa also a
sleeves and the set-in waistband chose willow green, and I hltchka, where reports on the past the length. I maid of honor and Miss Frankie guest playing with the club.
Will 'oppllqucd with a design of the bridesmaids were In gold. year' work were given and plans The hostess committee chair- Booth and Miss Cherly Green of _
feed pearls carried out on the The best man was Andrew Van-: made for the future. She stated man was Mrs. Henry Faulk. and Golden Wedding In General Meet Chattahoochee will be brides

skirt of the gown. The long narrow atone, brother of the bride and that many boy at the Industrial ro-chairman was Mn. Fisher Wil maids. Mrs Melody\ Dixon of GEORGIAHEREFORD
train wan fastened to the the ushers were John Vanstone, School at Marlnnna would not receive liams. The other members of the AnniversaryMr. Following the Prayer Band Albany, Ga., will be bridesmat-
(town with Dlcr bows. Her crown Jr., John Lester and Charles gift at Christmas, and that committee were Mrs. Maurice taught by Mn. J. W. Woodward ron.John ASSOC.
wax of satin appllqued with iced Smith. the ('Iub'. project for this year Owens, Mrs. J. 1. BedenbauKh and Mn. C W. Brandon the Women of the First PresbyterIan Whiddon of dwttahoochee
pearls and a bouffant silk th u- The reception was held at the would be to supply gift* to the Mn. James Pfell Mrs. Jack Richardson 'Sr. celebrated their Golden Wedding Church held their General will be best man. Serving as ALL FEMALE SALETilt
lion veil. She carried her grand Jefferson House and the newlyweds boys, suitable for their ages and and Mrs. Ralph W. Por- Anniversary, Thursday, October meeting with Mn. C. R. Shaw Jr. ushers will he Bill Harrison, Chat
mother', prayer book trlmmd: left on a trip la Canada and that money to buy reference books ter. They were In charge of the 13.They In charge tahoochee Dixon Barnes. Albany RSDAY, OCTOBER
white latin with white MM on their return will reside In Quln- would he very welcome. luncheon served alone o'clock. were married October IS, The devotional was given by Ga., and David Turnage, Marl- at GRADY 1:00: P.COl'NTT M.

chits\ and itcphnnotls. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag lots In Live Oak Suwannee Mrs. Shaw after which Mn. John anna. LIVESTOCK PAVILION
Mill Tat Stewart, lister of the cy.Out of town guests were Mr. WIll led by Mr Ben Lovlngond Cherokee Circle County, Florida and they have lived : Allen Smith reviewed\ the book Following the ceremony the CAIRO, GEORGIAFor
groom was maid of Carole d I and Mrs. Martin Cowal St. Catherine and this was followed by the In Gadsdcn! County most of "The Presbyterian Task In an parent of the bride will entertain rafaloitte

MIMI Carol tester. Mass I Ont i Mr. and Mrs. Norman group singing" "The Slar-Spanvted their first fifty yean together, Urban South." Emphasis mis with a. reception in the church Carl Cooling "..ldm..
,Hallenbeck Niagara Falls Ont.; tanner with Mrs. L. L. Willis In Tuesday MeetThe Mr. and Mn. Brandon have nine month I I. on church extension and parlor.All Georgia Hereford A..'!,
Mrs. and Mrs William Vanstoneand accompanying at the piano. children, five daughters and fine the program was built around this friends and relatives an Invited Box VMt Albany, Ga.
PEARCE'SNURSERY family: Mils Pat Stewart and It was announced that the Coun Cherokee Garden Cede sons, 31 grandchildren, and S theme to attend the wedding and

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. Barnett ty Federation will meet at the had It* monthly meeting Tuesday greatgrandchildren.Seven The president Mn. Fount May reception.
all of Niagara Falls, Ont.; Mr. and chub house October 27 and the night of the children. and their Jr. made several announcements.
Quincy Florida Mr William Scott and Mr. and affair would be a covered dish all at the parents',
1 The circle wa hostess to families gathered During the social hour Mrs J.
Mrs. John Coombs and family of luncheon former and new members at a home on the Flat Creek Road for M. Griffin's circle number 8, Announcing the opening of
Com Get Your Jacksonville; Mrs. S. Drown, Victoria .1 Mrs. Albert Flake Memorial lovely supper party which was dinner In honor of the occasion served refreshment.
B. C.i Miss Carolyn Cowal Chairman showed a beautiful October 18.
: served In the attractive summerhouse lost Sunday, DANCE STUDIO
"Bonk
ANNUALSPANSIES and Miss Mary Jane Russell of of Remembrance, whip of Mn. Watson Sykes one

St. Catherine Ont. bad which been names donated of loved to the ones club to be In of the new memhen. members Linen Shower Miss WhitehurstIs NOLAN DINGHAM. Instructor
There were twenty
HOLLYHOCKS I Mrs. 0. F. Shepard, who Is president memorialized entered Mrs.or 1.honored. 1. Willis wouldbe was and guests present and the party For Bride-elect Contestant Eighteen Years Experience

of the Florida State Hume named as the donor of the was a most enjoyable affair.
lovely
SNAPS Demonstration Council has left to The Cherokee' One I II the charter TAP BALLET
attend the National Extension book and those wishing Id honor circle of the Garden Club.It Mn. Van Godwin, Mn. Wal Mini Lee Beth WMtehurat, 107A.
CALENDULA E.
loved should Washington Street
ones contact Mr* Colson and Mn. W. H. Sum-
Homemakers Council which is being wa announced mat the nen- lace daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott
Flake
25.30.1 Albert for detail of the Garden Club merford entertained Thursdaywith Over Munford's Dodt t-YoUI'Hlf Store
held In Honolulu Oct. Mrs. Fain Anna crud meeting Whltchunt Jr. of Williston and
president of the
will he Tuesday! night November a linen shower In honor of of .
on granddaughter! Sheriff and MnOtlio
Jackson' U.D.C. of Tallahassee ANYONE CALL
Chapter 10. at the Garden Center' at Miss Theresa Larsen. hrlde elect Edwards of Qulney was a INTERESTED 627-8180
t iY was recognized and presented which time there will be a Christma of Homer Illrt, Jr. The setting contestant for Queen In me Levy
to the dub by Mr L. program put on by the local for the party was the home of County Festival Miss Cornelia
.
Willis.At
BUYING A NcW TV ? club president this lime showed Mrs. Bawett the group, the members of the Garden Club. Mrs. Godwin decorated colon.which with was flowers beautifully In' Queen.Bowman of Williston was crowned


the much sought after Citation for Shower Given autumn The refreshment table was covered I Mine Whitehurst wa one of the
Community Improvement which and 12 finalists out of the 24 con
handsome cloth on
SEE THE NEW I965RCAVICTOR was awarded the club for year For Miss Hill one end by a wa* the punch bowl surrounded testants. She I* a talented! attractive .
I I 1863-84 for the work done In reclaiming by yellow mums and on blonde. Her sister Miss
I the old Betty Ann Whitehurst was c.'Own-
Qulney Academy sand-
trays of dainty
< used as the Quincy Library buildIng Miss Patty Hill bride elect WIll wlche the other and cooklei and coupotesof ed Queen several yean ago. She
f.1 :: and for remodeling the Wom the honoree' at a lovely miscellaneous nuts and mint Is now Mn. Bill Arnold of Willis- i

) an'. Club building.Mrs. shower Thursday night! Winners In the bridal contests ton.
L. L. Willis, Fine Arts when Mrs. Gerald Little and Mn. were Mrs. Homer flirt Mn. LewIs Mn. Edward attended the festival
chairman for the day presented George Culhertson entertained for Powell and Mrs. Louis Sum- activities In WUllston where Your
a quartet composed of Mrs. J. D her at the home of the former. merford. her grandaughter and "name- ,
MwMstd TELEVISION MODELS Warner, Mrs. Na h Phllpot, Mrs Beautiful arrangements of flow. Among the 15 guest were lake" was a contestant. /,
R. It. Klncaid and Mr*. Fred en were at Interest points. mothers of the engaged couple, :, fashionableKnits
WITH( 'ALL-CHANNEL VHF and UHF TUNINMACK'S Jones, who sang two numbers The dining table, which wa Mn. G. C Larsen and Mn. Homer '
"The Bells of St. MRf covered lace rloth was centered Club Meets
)' *. and by a Hlrt and aunt of the groom to be, Study
the Brahms "Cradle Song" bv an arrangement of pink Mrs. A. T. Atwater, Cltattaltcchf'fO. >> With Mrs.
CurryMrs.
Radio & TV Service I Mrs. Willis presented Mn. E. mum flanked by a pair of candelabra .

V. Fisher, of Tallahassee. who Is holding pink tapers. Individual The honoree wa* the recipient of Horace Curry was hottest
president of the Tallahassee\ Memorial cake teed In white and
lovely gtftLHibiscus to the Tuesday Study Club this
Hospital\ Auxiliary and Is pink, compotes of nut and mints many week.' Preceding the book review IA qM
were aim on the table and served
'
served
'
refreshment were deserve
Circle our
with coffee.Three
and a short business session held.
INSECTICIDESSOIL bridal games were enJoyed -
and prize awarded. Mrs. John Thomson\ gave an Interesting
y
FUMIGANTS The bride elect wa* presentedan Meets Tuesday account of the book "Dr. expertSanitone
No," by Ian Fleming. Thl 1 Is a
of useful and pretty
r array
The Hibiscus Garden Circle metal story of a power-mad maniac who "
WEED girt*. home of Mr George Smith-
KILLERS the *
Among the 15 guests was the built a secret base on one of the rk
( erman Tuesday with 10 members
n.aunns'e mother of the honoree, M/'I. II. H. present During the businen see.don Caribbean Island _-_ --

TMceAnnas. Hill. were made for turd Drycleaning
plans
...G.aoe sal w..r.wsr. SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
.s..hq.) raising and a report from the Mason Music
aY.s.M NMw. Bridge Club Meets executive board wa given by t

With Mrs. Auman Mrs. John McAfee. COMPANY Wt know the secret for
The new officer are: chairman
Mrs. C T. Straughn. nxhalrman.Mrs. 14 E. Washington Street 4l revitalizing their yarns. .'
Mn James Auman was hostess
rwwmca ,, .1 ;
e. Sales & ServiceInc. In her Wednesday aflf'mooIbrIdp John McAfee, program PIANOS ORGANS t rtttoring their luxuriously soft/
committee. Mrs. Ilimard Thomas
look and i
club.Autumn shapely of nfllThat's /.
flower and fruit were Mrs. Homer Chettcr. and Mn Band Instrument
"' at Interest points. Jots C'arroll.c.1II1'1 and pub.Unity why leading knitwear'manufacturers

,a' c 2eaeeNnnuR Mrs. John Patron, a guest, Mrs. A. S Harris treasurer. and Accessories] like Dalton of

tr..r a'.N.e3n Box 3, Ph. MA 74101 won high SCOT Means.. Mrs. Mr Cnrdy*. John Massey Carroll Way and Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 America recommend our superior
,.caisson Ua.s. Mac.Cw Other: guests playing\ with the
awa.M 11. club were Mrs. Allan Bostlck Jr. During the sodal hour refreshments Sanitone drycleaning process for
QUINCY. FLORIDA Wed. FrL.
were served. Opts Mo.. Tees
and Mrs.
Jame Williams.
their knit
Preceding the game the hostes* The next meeting win be with 4 to I ,... An Day Sat garments. Bring your
served a dea sei t. Mrs. Harold Bevts. knitwear to us. We promise you'll

be delighted with the results.


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GAr P!: 4 OCOTT TIME QTOCY. ItORTOA. TIIt1t; A1', OCTOBER J2. 1884 PACE U terre
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I absent The secretary I I. Harold -

Ray. whose duty if lo keep th Agricultural Teams From Taiuvn


AROUND to minutes make is of Ed weekly the Pnpprtl.meetings reports! His The duty to thtpeople reporter 11 I r Help New African Nations Grow More Rice I Sprokr o YOUR 1.


\ T In Gadsdcn County about' .

b The the activities of the chanter The now woiklng In a< many African .

treasurer I I. Arthur Bo Bog I Chas. I re.Ntelf. 3r a, countrlu, with requests By LESTER ... COLEMAJf' MA
SQUARE on, who make kccounti << what / pouring In from other 10\'.",.
the chapter's money Is spent for mentor far similar assistant
a. sttb.Pi Sentinel Is Hugh Nicholson ,,11cIhrlpa At the seminar In Taiwan Readers Are Askinp .

i the president maintain ordei ,it .-H ,iang from lectures to o
at meeting and to welcome new fold\ practice. On their return,
i ready Qi: What Is the difference hetwen I Q: mat I t. the beet approarJi
members and guests The troy tc the ar to apply! their
Girl Scout corrcrts the mistakes In Portia\ new!lv- "'iulrea: knouledg: toi a simple and a compound to meonl who thr....... to

Football has been the main I mentary Procedure at the meet, i T i .,wit acreage and' to teach fracture I "jump" to commit *ulcldT
News t topic l of conversation around here'In! Walter Dover, the parlia. tlr'r fi iow rountiymen.Mnii A: A simple fracture li one I A. Approm the person g.nt-
for the past few da)* Edna: and I mentarlan. The \last but not leant h c ef the l hive Girl Scout Troop 108 ,Hutch went to the PSU game 1 In I ,. the chaplain Jerome Jenkins <) 'tanrtlattdn] ,teams me all in and the neitmeiu of broken and speak softly and rfpct
met Mon I
tr-ii! vlSO'n!
day night at the First PresbyterIan Athens, Don to the Florida earns, whose duty I II to hold the devo i highly skilled.a, Thev eneriirln'are and allgraduatrs bone do not protriict The nitm I fully, with a feeling of inner
In Gainesville and Betty Jayne' tional. Iconfidence
Church. Susan Woodward of six-yea duos not 1I1IC'1I i igrlcul
called the meeting to order In and I went to the Quincy game There will he an Initiation olGreenhanda t tural technical school, and have the fractur I I. not srlout 01'I DI U"'ed people taG pens

due form We discussed our plan Got so excited Friday night I and Chapter Partner had at least two yean of Heldtxrrlfnc important, or another ptrson' stability and)
for a Junior Hon Show and chow dropped, my notebook and never on the night of October 21 tl *. that It should rtllability. Do not mak any
could find it after the game. One of the newest projects In Thar are winning 1 I .
a committee u follows: Linda high b* treated lightly sudden or rapid movements laan
flaw chairman, Virginia Mark. If s hard to believe school started our chapter I II that w* put up five I Iri praluva from the natnes for atttmpt to grab Uira. This
six week and the honor mad welcoming people to \ their achievement", modcil ,
ham publicity. Dlan Jeffcoat, advertising ago sign n A tOlJ'Oundtr.ct may precipitate a Jump.
Susan roll has been released Really Quincy.There. seal and yt tar-u'aching ,malgnlftrance. [
Woodward ad.
; ,
i ure U one Try to divert their attentionand
visor. At last week's think a list of those who missed was' a National FF.A. In Ulnx, foi. ,'\-
went into new patrols meeting The we the honor roll by one point shouldbe Convention In Kanaaa City that am pie,Iii.." ic..' Dips' in which Ui* engag them In random
new released also. lasted from October U It, Mr. overcame 10U( plus drogue h, it broken buntshav conversation without antafo*
patrol leaders are Susan Reynolds and extNmaly unfavorable torn
'.sal nislng them.
Sandra Johnson, and Judy The Tiger's Tale bunch I. so Hughe. Tommy Smith Bo Bo ZChineas condition to ,.
product the
an through
lift
Chasm and Richard Pan-amor Sating a in such a pr*-
Dlxon. The assistant are Carol quiet this year We hardly know convention taut Agricultural knowledge flop of mni. thin 4.WHI pound l>r vlenian niUMl and the carious demand th. utmost
all attended the centuries-old brought position
Johnson Linda Baur and VickleFloyd. they are In the back. In tart I actliterally th.
JIIIr on eiliciotthaSahaia. <
Sara Lamar came up front and week. Richard Parramore received up-to-dttt through the application of modern scientific I lnl.lbeila.tl kinTV tact and Ingenuity. Pnvfr

Nancy Beane, said we were making too much the American Former Degree I teihniques! aiding! newly)independent. African nation to reached a per ace yield :nod; v; dewier of the mrlntliinFn "ionul snit. iplrltual help Can
Scribe racket Il'a.. thinking about the while In Kansas City Tommy Increase tool pl'04uctionand.t ()- times th. norm of that count i nf both the compound and the be most effn Uv* In prsuadln
creative but noisy bunch tw year.ago Smith worked with the stage the tame lime-harveiUni (I nstration firms In Africaneountn ( I Fr. China's "airrlcultunl ample tractors v'arl.olth ltI'Hstlim UIPHO ttimhled p opl* to Chang.
TROOP 107 Carlotta Falncloth, Sue crew, and Mr. Hughes worked as good-will for the Republic ol I to let the natives diplomacy" Is already reaping Both nil special mare Uioir nulls
('h'n.Thl'
We meet on Tuesday afternoon, Lynn Munroe. Surrah Sue BarInemi an official In the National Poultry harvest. Of 15 eountrl m f,T the return of normal function -wspAwrf| have lately tported '*
Suzle McMillan, Scott Judging Contest 'agricultural diplomao Africa, It recognlu The Itcn.it.lle .
lIIot&llCIi when" unsympathetic
counselors Mrs. Kinard
Our are Smith and some others oh yes, The bojs ..lttndlllltIr corn-en- so to speak, Is omratinK I of China while only 1 Mhavi hoes "ihnck" refer to
g a taunting, curious
find Mrs Smith We always enJoy roughly In two Afrleana .
linn, visited I states while on their ways. ill,))',,matte relations with,
our meetings, We sometimes and Humid Young 0 F Stew 2400 mile trip. They aiM visited have gone to Taiwan" free 1'.lIlInlOnl) one, the former '."'I' emotional dlatuibance, orI. onliwkeM have actually tlrle"
co to the store for refreshments Grass Skirt Mrs. Hawaii the American Royal Uvestrrk China's Islsnd province for French Congo, has chuffed Its it a mat body ractlonTA' thus theUcally tormntdi
before we begin our meeting Last ard will be leaving National for Extl'll'Illon Show where they saw some of !thebent agricultural training and Chi. position unmletiaullc's recognition : A state of aback can *orompnnv > people to "hurry and get It sear

week we had our horwshne and soon to Homemakers attend the Council. She animals In the United Slates .nr.- e farmers- .. are.running dem_. of the t'hlnru t'ommu- both a seven Injury" with." Then cruel spectator
me said our Girl Scout promise, orders for The ag boys haw i bought 2 slat regime or an emotional lip"" Emo ar perhaps a* much In ..*.4 of
tells me she has a lot of ._, .
solute Then -- -' ---- -
flag we .
also our I skirts. Understand that Nlta new registered Duroc gilts for lineal ahock Is usually Urnpoiary psychological help as the unhappy .
grass
ling tome tones We planned Smithermsn and her mother. Mrs the chapter, they are working anan and although upsetting, ones who threaten
tome more on our camping trip. D L M'Phl'l'IOI1. are leaving for exhibit for the North Florida dn.. not usually permanently ,ulold.

Linda Vickers Hawaii too Fair, Judging teams are working affect or threaten Uf.. Qt: I. It danftrou to Vnioh

Troop 107Birthday They tell me Donn J.ml'll. the dot for the Fair, are wishing ana Physical shock after Injury, till oft spot on the top a( tile

new owner' of a horse. I guess hela safety campaign have been -., -..-.........- h:(wiling heart attack, atrok. hd<< of a newborn baby :
Dinner finding out how much It costs treating for rats are getting readyto learn their farming kill.. heat exhaustion or poisoning .AI) Thl* oft pot, or Ton
to feed one P. S. Donn Just harvest 12 acre of com. Slnr.Aprl'iIf.167\: fl'lun ran have .*rtou* conqunca tonal,It I* aturdlr than most
honored stepped in and said he told the The age III claw I I. finishing up technician. from 24 rountrlr if H b the
Thomas Mnsley was I liltF.r.A. neglected. cart nadlly people think. During pro *i*
ho...... lie did find out quick. It* annual program of work have received training In
with a delightful birthday dinner ; also working rM.ngnltil bnUM the fact b*> of closing ef th. bona In the
Thursday night, given by Mrs Now don't forget the Munroe Halloween Elementary I out the They memhenhlp are roles for groups Taiwan of On ChinoM the oth.r ftrmnswr hand, 10 eon,.. pals i the body cold and abut! protection I* provided<< bya
Carnival at George
w. A. McDearmid, Mrs, T. D. .
I School Tuesday night and about 100 rr.A member from clammy thick, tough mtmbrant. ThrI
\Voodbery and Mrs T J. Fair at next Thursday the Quincy chapter The group SomtUmes hakli\f chill and I no nd for a partnt't eon-
at Quincy
then the one
the home at Mr and Mrs. James
Beautiful of October 211. The food U always has put up a new chapter banner t1, P shallow breathing aeeompanyth oem during ordinary handllnfof
Cox. arrangements so good and It's always tun framed all the classroomFFA. i symptoms. Call for help the child.
flowers and fruit were .tInt.I'I'RI
autumn to watch the teachers perform in nnraphanella, painted 'In 7t immritlntoh "if this occurs. K..p WkU !W. Cotomim COMIW!

delirious points.A dinner and an evening those<< skits. Think they enjoy It the classroom, varnished all the \idini lying down, on his iHl" rlaJr* lo seer individualtrtttri
of conversation were enjoyed. mere than the audience. woodwork and filed records for bark 1\(11 M. fret levattl. k. ..'III KM r.n >r.*
Bytheway the annual meetings the department t>c> not under, any clrriim 7Ne rioii, in kl* whim
Accidents are preventable but and bail ow'* of the Florida- Our charter .is planning Grand a trip Ole tames, gihim liquor or I ewer (io..4M* sad .rk,w 'keg|

most Americans art otherwise Georgia cigar wrapper tobacco In the sarong It the Umulants. Keep him covered Ore */ (**ral lnl.r.i. 4Ur*.
Tenn.
growers and packers will begin ,Opry In Nashville .nd reassur him that help la I your ,tffr. f. Dr, CoCoons Id
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tonight at T o'clock at the Sawana
I coming. ear If IM n u'"0ipft
Positive Protection Club. Last week we had 1 o'clockIn Smith
the paper which was a mistake. George (0 IMi King' rMlun lidk.l. lea)

Against TERMITES! Tab Buried Monday
Sight of the Week A cauttalWplus I

couple pull Into a parking V ,
place next to the police station, Funeral sendees were conducted ..

gets out and kn'ks the car. for Gvoit" .. ." "r. S>. of
Well, bye-Dye for this weekl Greensboro at :3 o'clock\ Monday Hospital ReportAtmlMloni
Come back lo tee me. afternoon In the Greensboro Baptist
Church with the Rev Renesu NEW .

WITN Quincy FFA B. Domlncy officiating assisted through blotter-II:Oiohrr Mr*. Anna 1) forth I
Burial
Jack Yolvlngton
by the Rev
lean Mn
Marguret NewnmihWslinn ,
was In the Tat Creek Cents r HARD Or
News ReportThe Pnirmnur1 Mn MaIt"ll
I.ry.Mr t Mit Kllih Betas McHierl UEARINGJAoJjoir!
Smith IIIIl1v.If Gad
was I
Mr Nellie II ('ro_, Mrs
rilHutl.TIUTII 111111Ttlkttf Quincy r..' A. Chapter bus den County and a member o( the
(!la to e.ihbos uuip tit really been busy these past weeks Gree'uhnro Baptist Church. ell Mn. Mary Jo Weeks, Mrs
found a>. out conl.dtnti.lly rufd.nf you lest nodn'tworry homItrmllt of sdionl. Qulrvy ha a new Vocational He passed away, Sunday mom- :ttelyn' Agertiin, Mr UvemeHfli'irerly \ ( \
Tallaha-
about tfiM dlllructlvo M- Agriculture teacher A. log October 18 ki the Mir Uura l/iv, Mr !
orchilocl Of p. HuBhp, see Memorial Hospital. Murtha Rihanka, Mrs. I.fit V
;r1S1:1:; 1 ,
pew his widow.
\ Walminin I Mr. Hughes boa started the Survivor Include tinman, Mm Idn l/illey, kiln HEARNQQUtSES|
lumber aura ootlllvo ptotwtionsilnit FFA. boys off at full gallop. It Mrs. George H. Smith Jr ofGreensboro Judith" S llrlnum Mrs l enla >ilward
Urmito tnt .
rot att.ek yet George -- --- ------ --- -
tau lltollmo "'..u.d mat IMO you were to look Into the Agricultural ; one son .* and Mailer Milt Knfmlte, tenor
than 3% to the eat of anon hamswrit I 011 would see! tint Lewis Smith Greemboro': one COMMUNIST lllll-A poster fastened to a tre In South Viet, Nam urgu government nil nf Oiilncy .S Now Pews

or ull today for It has BuUdIH" nteet a light blue, dau t titer. Mrs. W L Casey III. forces to put down their arm and join with the Communlat Viet Cong guerrilla to fight Mrs Vli'lan 11ft.rirH, Jim R: RlMi. dim snit/ ben ef Mr Mtim mfum MM toittnt M, '
roan OOKUT .. thro ugtand. Tallahassee' : hi* mother, MmGeorge against Ui* U. 8. The poittr we. put there shortly otter the guerrillas captured the area ) M/nlrr Ki-Hh Ih-nfrn aAlMl 1 .dl"' ..... Mee se MtNrhe
The Quincy F.F.A. alto has se- II Smith Sr; one slater .. Wand KlrMnnil, (Tinltnlrti(4iec CI...,. .ne slip/ng
,*tw* n Tbudaumot IS mil* north of Saigon and liencal K mil* north ef Saigon,
Sot or call your local lumber lasted new group of officer Mn. Vane B. Utrn Quincy: Mr*. tartar RiiiM. Mr 5 rll. etc p.n.sMassoy

dialer or Foal k Lumber The ,:" president Is Tommy and one grandchild. rXell: / IMiler' M... Tennle (le.-
Preserving Company. Smith. He la considered the leader Those serving as active pallbearers 'III, and William "1II<1r'rf1u'k. 11a- Drugs
and most Important of me officers. were: finger Smith, Wei- My ,
To Know You van* Perry Kllim: rTttenfleld'Irand .
Phone 1174071 The vice president la Doyle Forehand bum Rowan, Herman Rowan I'I Getting Neighborsn Ridge K A '' .rrsmnr* 101 w. mrEitftov, sl.QI.INcY .

who takes the place of the Franklin Rowan\ Freddy Clark --- ...-. -- .- Ml tt. Mr bait r.ll/nhelh:
I president In ass the president Is and T R. Smith "" fI\ \;" .." ; "" '; 7 1 lmp nn. Tallahiwser: Mm Frees I LA.
Honorary pallbearer were: ,.'' :r.,.,' ..U, ,
....... r" ,1 teen flout Ilimfrirl Mr <( H will ..'* Mlr HoarlnCAktMMilUnl :
Murray Spnoner, Edward 'T'" ('f' J.o I:"", ...irisnn, lydii Miley" and Mrs .

LeafThealre Hill Drive-In Fletcher, W. R.Marvin Rowan Tolar and Earl"emhPrsof WllUs ;" : rt II laverrw then. Rreennlnim ( from
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Cub.the Like Talquln Hunting t IIIR'nL Mr amt Mn Dallasfemlen. Masco Hearing

TheatreIT'S I boy Ot 13 Mr. *.ndMrs. \
Funeral
Butler Morgan
The I Jo.I Jimmy f> n, Prey, firt. II, I All ICR: ,'ICI9Allwny
Home was' In charge of arrangement .1
I, Mr sot Mn f/mnK| MrlnMry,
W.eL ThunuAmerica's TIME FOR US *. v hey Ort. It; Mr. and Mnrtmtnas (li., krr 'MOIOAt
-- 1 OCT. II In give mrr: tesrtg
Rasl has,, Chi 11; Mr
F B.I. Residents' Kin ;1 iwl Mn Alvin Week, hnv, Oil, It.*.. iwl ai TO SAY"GOOD ,
...e'ea IT: Mr and Mr James W flag ate *..* keen, H kin tut year
you never seen It Dies October 12 -i rerly taint (h's. II; Mr and Mntttenurd ki rtiig and Um you .Mew yea

before! BYE" ,( "Look. honey, this rotten Kubanks, ctrl (_1 I* roe bier seal imlenlaiid mMkbrtler.
1fl., and Mrs Alfred laifnrd N* sldI..i....
\ Han I la for sir marnlags- ,
"F.B.I. Code James DIy Johnson. 50. died 1.rI. Oil It.
Monday, October 12 In a Savannah marl I kirk In? : .

G*,. hospital after a long (lines 1
98" SUNDAY. OCT. 25 *.
A native of Climax Ga Mr M ; Neighbors
ENDS OUR SEASON Johnson was a hotel manager fir t

with lack K.lly aeveral yean In Albany,Ga., Waycm .i I II"
Ray Danton W. thank you for *, Ga, and Savannah. Ca II '
lie wiis a member of the Episcopal mot.
your patronage and Church. ,

we hope to see you Funeral .ervlc were' conducted

Fri. Sat. here again next In the In Ripple Savannah Funeral Wednesday HomeChapel ....

Without warning the Spring. For the LAST afternoon and Interment was in tale,
--- --- ------ e.ro b stases moan a a.uer, .tarn, a me _a _
Memorial Garden In Savannah. Into the """ ..hili., lie
Jungle Explodes! THREE DAYS to each Before Mover will wkom any nwonwr
Survivor Include his widow want U als* k" *p. And kitty also has son Investigating to do A
car that attends will Mr. OUv Johnarm of Savannah; ""Chanc ir ." says Jack Mtddltan *f the Firin Pet Car r'm'

"The 7ihDawn" be given two FREE on* brother, W. H. Johnam Climax Ctitr, "t .;' end up the kt of friends. But Ant, .r.unn.
Ga.; three sinters, MnRanrMph tim to get U know .MI Mhr." Th key is a nercnful ,
PASSES to the LEAF James and Mr D. R. ship I* a little j psUmc **> th* tart *f matter *r mltrM. Cool '
THEATRE to Dartey. both of Qulnry and Mr. tp.ct tits (.rrnt pet lo rehab the thought *f a s.wimreir at :1
see any If first Mt (dot or rat) ha* :
hand
J. T Kinney, Tallahassee; and first the ether year
with William Holdon.Suiannah picture of your choice several niece and nephews.JOHXM1 bran ::Il to b* gtntl .nd .*U b.haved. h11 gut sew kit ff T.a T.
pprahenslMts quickly aid will W willing to lake kls new frl4ndr 1 *Td op kr l. gel

York :" FRAME ('O'W.VII kl* "wing.' away fr*' tk* poll UktriP

President Jutinm saluted tin.hwneward .- -- -a syt -
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alto featured -bound lath Congrtsa by a mar ...aa a.y a arse .e a.'s. -.rya I
F rt.. Sat. I saying that he knows of no Congreec '' ''Covered Dish SupperAt
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that has chit more Inr the P '
"Festival : ELECTRICAL | Colson Home a
Big Double Feature nation. He also said that leaders

:had worked together mtimerglng .. I 'I' I TV Uk Talqito llrni <4 Mr
WALT DISNEY'S"Miracle partisan dUferencr la the nine SERVICE
of Fun"Sun.
of bulking America and keepingthe and Mr. Wall... O4w.i wee mern

I peace. tl a >1IchIt1Arert dlitimtvfn

of I Anything from wire MHluntay Matt Fruit and
gnvnery were at pnt cal Inlemtla
.. Mon. I, .. I. it'd It'_' M.ee't | Ina a house to replacing ) .the railage.roUrwtng .

The WhileStallions" RUST-OLEUM "", ,.. an a numt*f ft oMirtv a light bulb j I" \ mpprf. t... 21 giwtun -

H. rod across a **' lalM kJrklnc *hr.rt, >iy4 cnmvTMlkin and dun** sear a. Ma w. .oases .-
torn el wWch enjoy vrnMit)4 -
land ablaze with passions STOPS trepuuir kl tnme qua. Ike I Florida's
and dared to ten. Take. tar ........ ** Shepard Acerdig to the OU Fuel IstrKM Democratic Congressional
old knimM slab .*y* rite of rv>.... Jj per reef tlHi
stand alone against with RUST mud "stufl a could and stall at rd. Ktal pale. built la iw Delegation Unanimously Endorses

the deadly! a fever wen ..npf-d with air heater
Robert Taylor A* a iuk. coMs toad II SHELTERBUTCHFURNITURE tar (*1mnuri. to chliI.r or lea.
Audle Murphy in LU1 Palmer Available In stifl apptltes. with the r. tasty a* wets a* July President LYNDON B. JOHNSON
> .i8Ukrly CO.
edt thai teed *un m*
ALSO I rid hemrrtwni and tytprp MAta f,(Ml I Irww The mmb M of Democratic! CongrtnlonoJ Dl! .

"Apache All Colors .a b lh *f Aarnrofcrt. A *.*. IM Mil What newh t II uriceaisem.w potion from Florida art proud of the owtttand'
frW IN nr fond attlhirJ M *rtlever .*.. ..*. r,. HAh f IIM wed wail In .brow *t.lI
Rifles" "Mail Order AVAILABLE IN lot* at H tito way I I:iin r& krtrn trying to amtJn log parformafKt of lyndofl/ B. Johnson ai Fr.4>

towrWi pauses I* bumn( uirar the tejirtri of VXK Inv>fv.d, dint of th. United Stoles. They command him to

Bride"Sun. ALL SIZE AND CANS orders* thaw the and nnrmal a oaruiMImd imnurtef 1 you at a tfobl, *(fki.nt odmlnlttroror/ / and at

Ma** only IlUf8"alftnna KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. a proven fri.nd with en tendentendiny of th*
Tut Wed. SPRAY CANSCuarant..d .
airw/y ...... programt which viralloff to InddfMaOy whrOrrar 3ntu
Trem.ndouaToo.th.rI to ipverWi cases *. gety'ar CHARLES KINARD Owner
Only STOP RUST! pmmprwm. atyaseM tlrMl.r e a--b4 A4dJtSou "
1 1. 1 1' f 1
tarry ktl len 'I
Jackie GleasotuStere "The Wheelers LARSENLUMBER ftI oIIdt1 --. y'.car eel NEW CONSTRUCTION
Pfeiident Johnson iVefitfs four Vote
McQueen In l5r t/rrv/ 1, wvMAStCY deer,' at Grantee Corport* ,orc.....
/ tKUC Jest Jol e
II.ooIa9 e |U1*) a CatloMa
Dealers"with sn MTMW
"SoldierIn CO. ai1 nwutW Florida beam CixlMuf VoteDewcratic Homber 3rd


The Rain" James Garner Phon. 627-7278 *HIWT'>m fir UgMy tirMng.reprra' M .'sinSfiB 'ell -K. JeI To. Larq. or Too SmalT

Lee Bemick Mainline Drive Inch y pia.'!If 't ew a Havana Highway Phone 1274491 PSI- mod .-4.. he a.. teas Lwabeaerp .
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Scouting Program will only be A representative from this offlo
the stepping None to more troops will be at the Courthouse In Qutn-
for these "honor cottages" In the cy every Monday of cart month
THE yean to come. from 9:SO a.m. to 12:00 noon to
e When the girl go home from assist person In filing claim
FARM the School the Qub intend to notify .'or wanting other information! concerning
the leader of a Girt Scout Troop social security matter
eat I FRONT in the area to which they are returning

Scouting.to they may continue Bible Verse

BY DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER
"For the Lori tooth sot a* maa
Social Security
rrf) for ma looketh on the outward .
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE apllNlrabut| the Lori
EVERY DAY BY SHOPPING Information lookelh on the .Mart"
1. Where I Ia this saying recorded 1.
I In my comment about the proposal ?
U someone In :your family dies,
for member of state Farm
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEKWALL'S : Bureau to finance the purchase Obie Watson lit may be that he has provided 2.To whom were the word ad

ell big national retail food chain more protection for his family dressed!
I neglected to mention that National Succumbs Here than you think more even than 3. What was the occasion?
Farmer Union also ha a he knew about W* are speaking' 4. Where war the prophet lithe
I
King Cole Super Market plan on the Ire for cooperative of the social security protection time
Funeral service conducted
ownership of retail food store were provided for the survivors of Answer To Bible Verse
Under study now by the AFL- for Oble F. Watson, e9, ot Quincy worker covered by social sector 1. Samuel 15:7.:
CIO 1* proposal mad by Jim at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoonIn It)'. The monthly payment which 2. Samuel.
Patton, president of NFU, at the the Gretna Baptist Church with are made to a widow and her 3.
Selecting a con of Jesae to become
FRESH GROUNDBEEF recent meeting of the International the Rev. L. & Thomaion officiating. minor children often mean the. king of Israel
.
Association ot Machinist in Interment wa in Hlllcrest difference between scattered Indl 4. In Bethlehem
Miami. Cemetery.Mr. victuals and a family.

Patton propose I farmer-Iebor Watson, a native of Flovilla At least > out of every 10 mothers PERFECT RECORD
cooperative a Ga., moved to Quincy: year with children under 18 can Representative William H.
"virtually Integrated Bittern of ago. He was a retired t officeclerk expect to get social sorority benefits Matcher (D., Ky.) baa made .'1
production, processing and retail after 33 years service and should their husbands die. At 978 roll-call on legislation since
sale of food product" a member of the Gretna Baptist the end ot June 1964, there were he wa* sworn In January 1, 1994,
Patton believe such a system i Church. 4.} million survivors getting Ralph R. Roberta, Qerk of tho
r d i would "effectively Increase1' food Mr. Watson passed away at 2 monthly aerial security checks. House, certified' !this statement
o'clock in the Widowed mother with two childrui
by the lower one-fifth' Saturday morning Natcher said that when Robertt:
purchase food Cadsden County Hospital were at that time receiving told him he had t perfect throe
of population by lowering
our Survivor include his widow, an average of $190 per month.SuMvonrepresent .
0' cost to comumen and tend to year record he decided to build
Mrs. Gladys S Watson, QuIncy; about 25 percent up that record.
Increase Income to producer on two daughter, Mr. E. H. Taylor, of all the people l getting old-

the There'farm Important difference Savannah, Ga., and Mr*. Billy age and survivor Insurance benefit Thin I I. quit a difference between
an
between the Farm Bureau and Torbert, Thomaston Ga.; one *. being present and doing the
Farm Bureau brother, W. A. Watson ot Tallahassee In addition to the widow with work.
Union plan
:" Farmer ; one sister, Mrs. Fenton minor children the widow who Is
"I/Fi' ;. BRISKET BEEF member would be expectedto Jones of Sopdioppy; and two 82 or older with or without children !
'
i. the to buy an
ante
/- up money chain grandchildren, Lynn Torbert may qualify for a monthly
<(> ; established much food store 300 to 400- Thomaston Ga., and Howard Tay check. Your parent who I la at least RICOVfM G'\.
J ;i maybe u u lor, Savannah, Ga. 82 and who has established that
I"""") ," million dollars.The Serving u active pallbearerswere he wa* dependent upon you at
visualizesSlnanctng
dL''"' STEW 4 NFU program Lewis Strom, Hal VanLani (\- the time of your death may also
39c3Ibs.1 by a Federal agencysimilar ingham, Hubert VanLandlngham,, qualify for monthly survivor ben.
y i' : lbs.i to REA. i Joe Woodbery: C W. Harbin and efits.
,, "' Buford Elder.Honorary Social security pay a lump-
'., out on
to run
\ 11'1"" Time continue Food pallbearer were: R- sum death payment when an injured
Commission on
1 I the national R. Jones Luther Woodbery, Ed. worker die regardless of
'(1 Marketing. die Blake L. D. McMillan Dr. the monthly benefit that couldbe
.: '! ..1BEEF SHORT At this writing I have teen no S. E. Wllhoit, Dewey Johnson, paid. If the deceased and his
ot the appointment
,,1' I announcement vet director, the key Jason Gregory, Marvin Whittle wife were living together in the
staff
of a Dr. H. V. Porter, W. T. Mosley, same household at the time of
':111: y :' official who will amount be coordinating of tatistic Sam McMillan, Lane Tunmons, Iris death, then the payment I*
:' the volumnlnou which Charlie Tlmmoni and Willie Line ;made to her. U there Is no qualified
Into
RIBS 41bs.99c and testimony delve to do The J. B. Adam Funeral Home surviving spouse, then the
must
the Commission
wa in charge ot arrangement I II lump-sum death payment 1 I. madeto
a thorough Job.IXie the Oommhmon'lII'f'POI1 I the person who pay the funeral

wa date* let for for July 1, 1965 YOUTH ASKS : bill.this That check person be sent may directly requestthat to
but It seems certain now no worthwhile 'J I
the funeral home. Thus lump-aim :teOMr
FRESH PORKNECK report could l b* expected by payment varies from {120 to $299,
that date. So It look like an ex- Pot t Faith and I Chall.nvCood ..i :depending upon the earning the I After You See Vour Doctor
tendon of time and more money Examples and Good Ea.I I deceased had received. Brinj Your Prescription T*Vt,
for the Commission1 work 1* in plaaatlens Known Limits
Although a worker automatically
BONES |the card and Consistency And I' builds up this social security
49c "
5 and "Loving Uitenlng. I protection for his family, the pay-
It that we'r off F. P. May
'lbs. running appear Into the Jiext period of BT Dorothy B. Alexander I nests are not made automatically
tt the time of has death. The surrtvor -
Inflation. Publications Specialist.Florida must claim the benefit Drug Co.
decant spell good news Divlaloa of ;
That getting in touch with a social!
PURE PORK: PAN Child y
schools'Frlends
for farmer What it doe mean Training Phone 627.7601
security representative and filing
1* I probable tightening of tli I application.. The social security -I
for them Inc!t" What warm Quincy Fla.
cost-price squeeze t district office In Tallahassee
helpful reassuring sound the two
what they buy
SAUSAGE higher prices improvement for in prices word have. And such a warm I* located. at 304 West Jefferson..
3Ibs.I00EARLY" but little -- -- -
and reassuring group it 1 Ia to the
for what they sell
economist girl of the Florida School for
One school of presses
that will CM at Ocala. project under I
tor measure now
start applying the brake lest we taken by the Junior Woman' Qub TOBACCO GROWERS:

RISER SMOKEDSAUSAGE get too much boom and end up of Ocala some :year ago,I
I
"
Friends, Inc. la giving "friend
Anotherschool
eventually I Ia fearful with that any anaInflationary ahlp and encouragement and contact : D.DSoil Fumigant boosted
that would with a type of life many of,
measure
3lb5.VWMARTHA be effective\ in slowing the' up. them have never known, to spark yields for 15 profitable years

trend will backfire and throw us them to and want a happier for themselves existence"reaped -and it's still the No. fumigant in 19641

Into t recession.
to the girl who lave declared ..
_
hurricane delinquent; by J"j f" '__M #'
Heavy damage by .. .
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"..
court it Florida and cent there.
car .
Hilda to the : '<< '''
variously estimated at 7J It ha fulfilled some of it* happy I r-- '
WHITE COMO TOILET crop to 100 million dollars, and report hope and I Ia one of the best Influences '
Indicating DM Cuban can harvesthas touching the live ot these I I
troubled girl who are being rehabilitated
low.
may
new
Mother
tuck to

2 Lb. bring about strengthening. *t the cottage. then.A system. I 1.1 set up and I
FLOUR 19c TISSUE 19 |world sugar price
pork'
c the membership ot the Qub I*
BOX American fruit and vegetable divided, with certain member assigned
including theta In FloeIda to each cottage. Each cottage
grower, have been deeply concerned ot sixteen girl is treated
about labor shortages unles adequate tour times a year to an off-campus
number of foreign workers trip which Include thing like
DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR SHOW BOAT can be obtained when need- bowling movies, skating at a local
"' rink, touring Ocala'i touristattractions 3-

: ed.I wa Interested therefore to Silver Springs and
note that steel firm in the Chicago Six-Gun Territory and even longer '
PORK & BEANS area have become 10 active excursions such a* to
N In recent month that two of the Forest" in Wildwood. Th..."RaIn'1
iKhis"y* largest' companies have kegs are chaperoned' by the rrhr
started a widespread drive for mother U well u the four or five I ; :

S Lb. 39 C ikllled Uke the workers.California grower who 'cottage.club' member(The average auigned stay to for that a I
$100
g hav been attempting to recruit ,girt i Ia close to I year so each
Bag M
5 tabor from other *tate*, two of the I.one probably get each of these ,
Cans Chicago baled giant in the Industry trip.)
WITH FOOD ORDER ar conducting labor recruitment Then there t II a once-a-month
drive In several I itatesIncluding I activity on campus for each cot
Minnesota. Pennsyl! tage. It i* here that the women
vania. Wisconsin, Indiana and I begin to know the girl and to be
Michigan. I known more intimately by thm\.1
JUNIOR SIZEKLEENEX SOFT Even unskilled worker with :Beside these activities the )
Q
proper qualification Ire hard to 'women ot the Club conduct classes i
find. A high Khoot education I II I In charm, course in horn and
requirement, M worker canbe family life, Interior decoration,
GO a.Pkg. 01'1I
Box 10c NAPKINS 10c eligible for advancementOne I creative cooking, art, charcoal 1
drawing style sewing all widening
d the most misleading factor ;: the horizon* ot the girl and
In any national election I Ia I helping them to acquire confidence I
KRAFT CORNOIL
I forecast In themselves.To Come In or call
BOOTH'S FROZEN FISH help bring about more real'
understanding and friendship between I
Cecil

35c STICKS 8 Ox.Pka. SAVE! SAVE! cottage the on Club* family member'at assigned a time, Trlppt

Btl. 29c I.I Invited to spend Sunday with at
ON the girl In a cottage. (The girls I
rat family-style In the cottage In

NO BOIL PILLSBURY or BALLARD'S INSTALLATIONCOSTS1 which an added they opportunity live so this for provides closer. 1 ESCAMBIA CHEMICAL CORP.


BLEACH lOc I personal In addition relationship the Junior) Woman's': (Formerly Gadsden Fertilizer Co.)
BISCUITSMACRARONI7p .
V dub i* enthusiastically organising
I for Larson Cottage, a Ctrl
Scout! program which they win PHONE 627.7222
I sponsor by providing! leader and
program through th* year.' Larson .: YOUR D.D DISTRIBUTORFOR
recommended to
4- 2gePRESH..FRESH. Cottage wa
them for this because the girl In
: 10e AND Larson[ represent the age group, D-D CUSTOM APPLICATION SEE
which fits the Ca iette Program
SAVE I ION o( Girl Scouting. The dub hope
that Smiting can be presented Sylrester Woodward I T. W. Touchton

with sufficient emphasis as to lit 627-7371 QuIncy | 533-6730 HaronaFREE
.. a challeng* to th* other at
thgirls
FUEL th School They hope this!I.



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TaIquin H.D. scone clock, textile hanging otstilchery Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hunter and I Notes i Mrs. Thomas Smith I Coal reef ar built" by
I Library
Mr. and Mn Joe Baur were hosts. I groups of anlmali' and plantiihlch
or other designs. Picture PerjOIJt1 I
Hostess At Bridge 1
Bits And should be chosen for their [3 Miss Carol lialre spent the deposit caldum around
Has MeetingThe lasting Interest that may revealmore weekend In Panama Qty as quellof Now book at Quincy Library Mrs. Thomas Smith was hostet themselves tot protection says

each time you look at them Rev and ....... Timothy EMer relatives Armageddon by this, This Rough I lo the Tuesday morning dull| the Miami Scaquarlum Capt.
Pieces Talquln Home Demonstra. You might select a picture because had a. greets Sunday, his parents Mrs retath-e H L.In Fennlnglon. 1* visit- Magic by Stewart, Every One: Mia bridge club at her home: : I Bill Gray.
Don dub met at 2:30: Wednesday the subject the color or the Mr and Mn. M II Elder tang Mr. II H Chtplcy I Suspect by lyre. Never No Mnr!'I Floweri' In autumn <'OIon1'1'1'1' at
BY HITCH afternoon, October 14. at the home artists Interpretation appeal to and his brother in law and uster Mallard had 'I'f'ol't't'It by Setfort tile VM Simpler Then Interest point Sandwlnhn, dip. The annual Florida FGA golf
guests Mr and Mrs. K.
of Mn Dale 8P 'hJt'r. Mrs. Charles The of Mr and Mn James Yadon and E'I by Erdman You Only Live Twiceby
< you type pll'tureIhOUld Water and Vr and Mar K cake, notice and Coco Odes were tourney will be held In Napes
four children of Port St. Joe. The Rector
Dean Firming of Juantin
president presided harmonize with the fumishhw : servedPrlws,
Hale of MascotteMm. Ort 21-J5 The tournament will
The most excited person that I Mn Sam Fletcher gave a devotional and the mood of the room. Oftena Mrs. Elder mother, Mr*. Catherine bv Auehlncloss, Things AsThev were. crystal coasters:
G. be held at the Beach Club
L Naples
McCall I* visiting in
taw at the Florida State U JverIty entitled Jesus Fulfil picture, lose much of Iti effoc- Coe tang and aunt Mra Piedmont Ala Are by Morgan. The taut ol I Winners were, MM IlinryFaulk
of Georgia football game Sal His Mission," taken from the tivenen* because of reflections of Freda Lewis and two children of Mrs S. D. with her mother the Whltfleki bv Sangulnetti The nd Mr*. J'tmcs ihraon a
urday was a little boy about Thought Gems" of the Beam ." the glass. This may be avoided Bristol They attended the opening John Lewis Sa\'age of Brunnwhk, Gaa ., Pond by Murphy Tram Are far guest, first Mn. Fisher Williams Paintings featured In the Dor(4a
twelve yean old. He was telling The roll called with 12 service at New Philadelphia The Uvlng by Banister Cnnven
was hv using non-glare glass or pic- recent of Mr. and and Mm Jack Richardson second Stale Fair Art Exhibition of Tampa
cold drink and a man bought members and one visitor Mn 'hire that do nnt renulre glass Church. Many members of the Mn,1\1 a L R Brunson guest ion hy Knchet' Th Doctor 0( ,and Mn Lee R. Mimroe and are on view during the month
two Coke, gave him a five dollar D. R Davis. First Oiirch met with them also Blur Valley I bv llancnrk, Murder
present 111I'a< bill and told him to keep I the Mrs. Dean appointed Mrs. Car and pictures that have been and heard Rev Timothy Elder attending Presbyterlal Under the Sun by O'lonllt'll. Pin u/ l Palm Reach
'Madison Mn ,
change That kid MU really float Ferguson to attend the Home mounted and treated with a protective lirst sermon In the new church were Fount May tots fur Two by lever, Rider of I I
Jr president of WOC Mrs. R IIM
tng on Cloud Nine. Demonstration dub Program planning 1f'Oll do J. C WIIt1t'mr.'aloy by Lee Fmereency -
coating not Mr* w. R. Mellon Mrs : Davidson, Mn "'. H Fort: Bridge Club Meets
The next most excited (or dejected for 1(61 meeting. November baa picture large enough to ben Patterson Mrs. R. A Patterson. Mm Alvah Bryant Mr. C. It. Nurse by Huntt Her Own
With Mrs Faulk
) win your truly In the last 3. good proportion to the piece of and Mrs. Vernon Phillips of Cu Curry Mn G W. Lamar of the Rink by Wottd Crime and Judy
quarter when Georgia went ahead Plans were made for the Tal furniture over which It Is to be inert Ga., visited bin W A. boss First Church and Mn J. E. Gil hy RadfordeiMinm by awln! YOU'VE
Mn Faulk entertainedthe
r( the Seminoles 14 to 10 All quln Cub to be hostess for the nlaeed, try grouping picture during the weekend tort and lira Stanley Rrook of hy Lloyd. Lout Valley bv UnothSexen Henry
those Georgia fan acre landing Home Demonstration Council to Place them dose enough together Miss Dorothy Helen Smith of Ute New (Tunic.Mrs. Team for Apollo hv White Tihsday afternoon brtitae cinch
up creaming and waving their be held at the Woman dub to appear a* a unit The space Moultrte spent several days with Queen Philadelphia Campbell nay Peacock Hill hv firm end! at her home this week Seasonal SEEN IT ON TV
arm and there I utcouldn Tuesday October J7 between picture should he 1 low her mother Mr*. Helen H Smith Mn Oscar May and accompanied \Ira.C. Penchtree Street\. US Ahy Sib- flower were at point of Intent
't even see what was going Grady Wrights annual lecture than t1f'l1dth of any picture* Mr. and Mr*, Mack Cwynn and A, Spanner, Sr on a trip down Icy \\lnncr of high !stare' Mm.
cn because! I be darned If I wa and demonstration on Christmas used They hould have something arms of Pahkincga Ga will spend the state P >oks tor the \n\rvt\ Realer( oiulnii Droiks II'RII'ardrd a BUY 1 T HERE
going to land up and let anyone decoration was announced for In common such as similar the weekend with her. mother C. A. 8poo11P1' Sr hAt returned Carolyn the Vneomiuered hv r:II. nmillv an was h" Mir. of bingoMr '
think I wa rooting for Georgia October 27. at the Flnt Presbyterian frames mats subiect or colors Mrs E H. Jemlgan from a Inn to the Carolina Time ol the Great" Fleece hvSllverbcrn It. II. !SirliklmdM
We stayed at the University Church Balnbridge. Georgla ,In planning a "rounlnn you mWiliie : 1 Adjust your driving hi changing Mr and Mrs, Joe Canley: and !11I'III. Nurse Around the coiKhmton il thrt procrnM-: '
Motel In Athens and *o did the Session will be from lOa m. m a large Mere of brown nanot condlti >n of autumn, warns the son Samuel niake Oantey of MadIson World by FlUgeruM, The Ho.'k I kIna the hostess served a dessert
Seminole players and Coach Peterson Just before until 3:30: It. Fasten this to the wall shorter and too driven Guests were Mrs. P C Davis
MW p.m. on many Mr and E. "vDlake fort Rote hv tall. Time of the
he and the team left for the' Mr*. Dean appointed a non with irwking fane and srtidv the hlunder into a twilight trap when parent. 'Sunday rnraiht' !son Tomahawk hv Alter Oorrle t il INn, Lee It. M mroe! MM. OnrtollKdwanls
game Saturday about noo.. and he uniting committee composed oiMn 'effect before hanging! the pictures daylight klcnly fades The twilight was hapllred at St Paul Episcopal the Blue \\ltrh bv Ooonihs, The and Mr*. R II Slrlik w
promised me Florida State would Frank Whittle. Mn. Diiechler Mlrron reflect a picture of what hours require alertness, Church Beach Before Breakfast by Nunn, land. 1.7e
win I thought for lUre he had and Mrs. Austin Nixon II. opposite. *n he wire that tome- tle'wer l speeds\ and headlight to Mr. and him Dtn Ilnstlik a""l AmMln Mr. Tenterhook by Summer I

given me some had Information The club voted positive to. I'thing attractive and Interesting help prevent accident ending a trw dny in Jacksonville *. The Turtle and the te The GraliiHte Sihool< at Ron
until Tens! and Bilemlkotf came changing the name of Home DemonstraUon will be reflected A large mirror Among the Seminole fans attending with their i daughter Mn R hv Freeman High Wide and \'IIm Engineering College In Mnl- 1 e 1gOM DUONT OfWCITt
alive a minute or two later and to Hotnemaken Extenslon hung at the right place can beused the game In Athens were R Parks and t two awn while Rev Handsome by Mi'mil. What Md bourne, farm kd In 1V4! began III lMlt1E1Nona.
put u. bark on top to day I: wa I to add a feeling of more Homer Otcstir. Willie R McNeil, Park I* attending the lieneralCbnvontlnn You Dream' bv Craiganllla dill term w llh a record enrollment reeled
thrilling\ \ and r 'e Mn Sloan Biker presented the You might:: make an Inexpensive -
real game Cct
a space James Mthaffiy and Rlllv 111 St. I. cia. VHlW by GaM;'n, Coin Is For o( graduate\ iliitlrnl
were mighty:: fortunate to have program Meal Management for textile hanging! that would Mr. and Mn Jn Pledger of Mr. and Mn Nvmsn Clifton I Growing by Uihcll Qumko sows! Q ar.. s .a a u wAs
.
,
rome out on top in that one Mortems" create a big effect In a mndern it. Petcrshurg. Mr and MnScmon Tr and son Norman of Oi'ala rant I lie Kip" by Fmman Automobile I
Gt'I'IrgiaI" really up. A social hour with the Halloween or contemporary room Thin,'i PlcdRcr:: Ft. Mvers. Mrs the meekend with hei parents. Mr For M'ce bt In. Tine Ins. I n\n a m vtiUl Inn nlten,W the
theme followed. might be less e\nensive than a'. I r: Pierci of Hollywood. ami and Mn (F !t Blake Mr Cllfdm World hv Paltlstor, '1'1(' ():Ililt' Hlh annual AmirliHit Ihlil eat, to mt it /H It in.*.'if
Every time 1 think of the Qulney I!large, good picture liNt monnleaslng I \ill, IIward Murphy of l'I>nlll' returned hoiite and his wife bv Utuv ''Rt'"tlllranl"Iull: which will
.Perry game Friday night:: I II than a large, cheap pie .Ma) spent" (he yeckcnd with MnII and am remslrNxl for a InnlrrlIh'r f+ 'MIalt:11'; Vimi I'in)tI told 4t the Miami IV'ait Oinvenlton FARMER'SHARDWARE
wish that I had waited until I Sat hire. 0 Rods. vUit parents are taking Airman hv Sims I The Hull earlier till* mwth
tirday morning to go to Alheni II I The TallaliMSsee\ Orchid !Society to Ocala this week I +I lee by Parker, R,>h<'.rf'by
They tell me that Quincy played. Those who need\ advice rarely I met at line home ot Mr. and Mn Mr. and Mrs. Diuglas IIk'1 .'II I't. Spur Flight snot anon It Too many political apeakrr ape
beautifully under the qunrterbaiktng I want It. those who ask it Joe Daur Thursday Mr. and Mn have returned from a Woiki hy Gottlieb and Iliviils tp I anal in the emotlnit saltier than
of young Arthur Munroe I follow. hurl Willis of Crcenshnr and Jacksonville Heel Down. by Andinun the Inlrllnl
few round rf KOII
have played a --- -- -- -
with Arthur and had a good Idea
bout hip athletic ahilltv\ \ He U
a fine young golfer and I'm plea I
DANLEY
CONTINUES TO
OFFER
HEAL HONEST VALUES
ed to know that he I. al a very
fine quarterback Arthur mlnd I
JIlt a lot of hi. late uncle, Bill

War Corry gutter: II and who Bill lOll altar Will hl also( performer life a In splendid World High t ai',' 4-H Club DURING OUR FALL SALE! ONLY 9 DAYS LEFT

both ::
football for Quincy New VltwaCRFENMBOBC
P +-4 and the University of Florida ,

order, Congratulations since;: Arthur wan are also chosen 1 In : 4 H !1I T: GOMI'AKK: THIS Itl.DKOOl AND r rt |

back of the week in the) Big benIn : (1.IB B0\8 M.USe
1 \\' held our first meeting of LIVING ROOM \MTII ANY AT THIS PKICK
the part few month the ranki ,the Greensboro Boy 4.H at the a.' t
ft! Quincy lawyers have been Increased City Hall last Friday afternoon, t
by two, Jackson G. Beat I We also elected officers. They f
tv. formerly of Milton has Joined are a* follows: President hen I
the Gregory and Towles law firm, ,Cowan: vice president Calvin "'F
He Is a graduate of the University Hawkins: secretary Glenn Fair' tg'ii Lssj'UiWIL I
of Florida and Auburn University, cloth; reporter Robert Suher (:.AitILYt
a Baptist and single devotional leader Steven Tolar; L '
Jack Harnett. 31. a native of Council delegate Clark Fletcher, i I'
Tampa. Is now enRatcd In the Mr Bernard Clark and Mr. Rw c AIL
of law with Sen Dewey aid Tolar gave talks on showing r
Johnson. He attended the Un\. hog: in the North Florida Fair OF
:
versify of Florida and graduated: They also talked about a Juditinc ; I
from the University of Tampa team and explained how each Item '
After two year service In the would be Judged Three member ; OUR
U. S. Army Corp of Engineers:: will show seven hogs a* the State it
IS month of which wa tpent I In 4.H Swine Show and 10 member 1 ArronnU1UTOHD
Europe. Vr llamett entered theE will exhibit 20 corn exhibit In tt -
tson University College of Law the State 4-H Corn Show -
at St Petersburg and graduated: Mr. Ronald Butler, new IOPSI '
In 1B82 For the past two years leader for the Club, I* a past 4-1 II r t. #
he has worked In the AttorneGeneral' )' Club president and past FFApref'dent .
office In Tallahassee. We are proud to have
1e&a
f T' ..- 14t-,4 .n,,,,, I"i't
He Is married to the former Ml him work with im r
Melissa Vance of Sarasota and Robert Subetreporter : ;, 4' -

aha Ia presently teaching! In a I .g, LOW MUCK
Tallahassee elementary school, -
I Mr. and Mrs Harnett are member 4.H HOME JUDClTo ; p
of the Methodist Church an' TEAMS: NAMED: 'I 8-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE (
plan to move to Quincy at the end Gadsden County 4-Jfer who .,'
I of the first semester of ached are Interested In Home Judging at
Mr. Harnert I.I the ion of Mr. and the North Florida Fair have been
Mr*. C F fanned of Tampa studying "When You Buy Boyi
He has three brother and enabler. Jean," "Learning About Call "
dren; Color 1. The Key to Successful ( '
I know that other Qulncylte* Decoration" and 'StunyCuide >" 159

Join young pateofeulcmallmenV! I for Cheokim Menu 'BeFit
two Not Fat." or
Quiney Those making the TidsdenCounty /
Team are: 31'11t'an; INC: !.HIM; i *

A much needed< light:: hu been Intersection Woodbery Joy Sunday MerUynHalre / IIOOMJtSr<<: : lit:", THim: DIIFM.HI .
Lana /
Installed at a very dangcmu Carol Wagner, Mary /
on the Lake Talquln Ray Anne Sober, Rosalyn Fletcher 4 / : MIIIKOII flll3T: MVTWS1: ,
Road where the Cook Fish Camp CArroll. Alternate are '
Gene IIOX >rill>C, 2 l'IIJAt .
Road Intersects with Road 267 Barbara Mahaffey and Lads*
Several wreck have occurred at SUndlly. Thli large lulte In walnut, or rey
this point and the County Commission Others trying for the teams finish hat 30x44 Ult mirror. ctn-
li to be commended for were: Sheryl Thompson Susan 'iMu tr-dra" guided throughout ,
toe action. At night when leaving aark. Leslie I faire Janice t' .
=
6{) drewwr with Rel Vtr plaitle HnUh -
the lake via this toad it wa practically win. Unite Aid, "M Jeanie' CONVENIENT > *w...,_
Impossible to see Just The girls were selected for the -nom bed has itorl raiU tot added
where the two roads Joined The team by high IndlvMisd scores itraigth.
light one of those that automatically made from judging\ material *.-tup TERNS
turn on when darkres arrive by the Assistant Home Denis .
*. was put up by Talquln Electric notion Agent Mn. Shirley T

Another. big Improvement on the dark Charm and beauty-of lasting Quality

Cook Camp road was the removal. Q1HCY 11'MOK JOINT
also by the county of an unslnhtly 4.n m B oROAwrn
garbage dump that had The Qulncy Junior 4.H boy and
warred the beauty of this cam girls met Thursday October 15.ta i tf t f
try drive for many year organise a Joint 4.11 Club. i
The following nfflcen were elected
At birth the dorsal fins and!! : President Linda Baker Yk'I

flipper of the Infant porpoise at president, Alison Adam: sere / f P i 1 rc
Marlneland of Florida are soft tary. Lane Mahaffey: irpMtee. ,
During the first two week of Bill Based: devotional leader
development they itralghtea Into Marilyn Cook: recreate leader, L
position and become stilt Mike Ray and Nancy HaD, Owndl I II II II II
delewte. Dick Shaw 1i II
Money I* pretty expensive wheaH The dub will meet on the Ind i 1 I I
gets scarce. Wednesday of each month at the I
Canning Center at 4 p.m.


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SERVICEVACUUM
I


By Msrjnrki .. areg.ry I ,

Rom DeaMMtnOao Agent I
I
HALL ACCRWORIU; .
A large amount of blank waD.
space Is needed In a room lo allow
the furnishing to be seen and
appreciated and to create a real.
nil JppI1.,.. Dnn try lit liD lIP aBthe
CLEANED wall space In a tow plans,
REP AIRED however you Buy need t. carry
the eye op the wag far balancesurh .
a* over !the sofa eppoM *
I 6274403Nkjhtt I BrrpUre or large window. A wall I ::..t.. ". '
accessory need to appear a* I ,
unit wtta a plate at furniture nolJust ---.q\ ..'
I274MI Si. wall by lts.ttfta W 'II' '
bang en : ORT-BEAUTY '"' ;/'
an empty apara. It thoald H ... t'
QUINCYVAULT hung low enmga t* be asm eMil, AM QUAUFY .
a* a unit with the piece ot fun
CO. Hare. A wan au...at ehnOUbr II...,, durable RIO .""L 1_ Matching Swivel Backer $49.95
kl tod prapnOdSi to fee plea
VAULTS MONUMENTS of furniture and should to bus* eu.lalowa Wall ..,Ie fufam. lterL t.

Oat against the wail with M win Ira roe.afart hi 5lteru.' ..
MADiUHT DANE howlnc. There are many type Tot yean and yean of scud comfort!
QU1NCT of ... ateiasinva. lid *. fta
turn, wood earrings, mtrrors
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HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED 3 DAYS ONLY! No Outside Financing


CARS FRIDAY. SATURDAY MONDAY .

USED PARTS for all main fin r/U Freo Delivery in 100 Miles
3 PIECE TRASH CAN SET 510 .
of Can and Trucks SNACK TRAY Cagatite1a.wTi, Mb .- 7/l1

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PACK T"G.u ....,,,,, WLTiTY TAWS.. OmNCbG, FLORIDA. "...m""Y._.__.... OCTOBER 22. 1964


Autumn Seeding SAMPLE BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION f Suixo5; or


In The SouthDr. OFFICER

1 GADSDEN COUNTY FLORIDA
.61, -, ,
Robert W. Srhery, Direct
sir, The Laws kui rule __ .' (STUB NO. 1)NOVEMBER
Vegetation grow to luxuriantly: Signature of Elector
in the mild southern climate, tha t 3, 1984
southerner Just let the!'
many lawns and ground coven spreai d SAMPLE BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION INITIALS or

from whatever live strats were a t ISSUING
hand But the tempo of the time OFFICER
nay not countenance passive GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
methods. Before long many more
southern laws may be seeded
NOVEMBER 3, 1961
just tier is north.it to convent done southern tar; (STUB NO. TWO) --

seeding mixtures, blended from .
Increasingly available lawn SAMPLE BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION -' ; .

....., are more and more being t < . ...,' .,
oft red by southern teed and gar- GENERAL ELECTION :

don houses. l-
One of the more talked! .about I '
change It In wlnteneedlng.! Ryepass GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA
the familiar teed for winter
lawn, ha* always had t number NOVEMBER 3, 1961
of fault. But even where 1'
killed from cold little else ha To vote for a person whose name la printed on the ballot place a cross (X) mark in tho square at the RIGHT of the name
been offered In 1U place. Toda
mixtures of finer grasses are be of the person for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot write his name in they

tag UHed more and more usually blank for that .
space provided __ purpose,
-- u
blends of fine fcacuci, Kentuckybluegrasse.
*, bcntgraRset and other ELECTORS For Commissioner of Agriculture For County Commissioner NO. BCONSTITUTIONAL

top quality performers. for President District No. I AMENDMENT TO
Here' what some of the ex- (Vote for One) ARTICLE XII

penal hlnk about the trend: From arid Vice.Presldent (Vote for One) Appointment *e slsetlon .f County School lupsrln
a University of Florida thesis': (Vote for Group) DOYLE CONNER jDom) tsndsnt In esrtsln, Proposing tn amend
"Bluegrasnes and fescue underwent I moot to Article XII of the State Constitution pro
gradual and desirable tram Democratic FRED G. SIIELFER (Dom! vldlng that the Superintendent of Public Instruction
Itlon-tescue consistently rated E J shall be appointed by the County Board of Public
high-rapid esttbllRhment darkgreen LYNbO S Instruction In the counties of Eicambla, Lake, Mir.Un .
tlor, flnetextured and relatively For President For Stats Treasurer Okeechobee. Palm Beach Putnam and Seminole
low tucculonce,-I lew *utcppllble (Vote for One wherein the proposition Is affirmed by t majority
) For Commissioner
ITUBERT County
dlaeate-anddpilccat II. IIUMPI vote of the qualified electors of any such county
to
Ion The research concluded\ that For Vice Preaident District No. 3 making the offlcs appointive and providing that any
J. EDWIN LARSON (Oem) county adopting this proposition may after four
trlvlallt (an
ryograss and Poa tepu I can R (Vote for One) years, return to Its former status by the aims pro.
improted:: species( );p'rodaut...on.dratrable W 'I ER I cedure for adopting It.

.'not tolerant of dlscease or de- For President DORSEY C. SMITH (Oem)
FOR THE AMENDMENT
siccation." WILLIAM E. MILLER For Attorney General IC

Mississippi reports Stale: "fescu University was most research For Vice-President (Vote for One) AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO.

constant In turf quality throughoutthe For Writs In For County Commissioner .
winter while Kentucky buletrassproduced EARL FAIRCWI1I (Dent)
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
Its hlgest quality Voting for Elector, for President and 8 (District No. S ARTICLE XII

turf In the tplng-on February 10 Vice Presldent (Vote for One) Appointment *r slsotlen of County School tupirln
ryegrass produced the lowest (Vote for Each) tsndont Taylor County-Proposing an amendmentto
quality rating-algniflcantly lower Artlcl XII of the Constitution providing that the
than Ulahe fescue." For State Superintendent of Public TOM L. MAXWELL (Dem) F Superintendent of Public Instruction of TaylorCouny :

It look t* though there may be Instruction shall be appointed by the County Board of
changes brewing In seeding southern (Vote lor One) Public Instruction, provided the proposition It if-
turf. This should auger well firmed by a majority vote of the qualified elector
for an even lovelier winter .landscape For )Member Board of Public Instruction of the county and that the county may after four
In the South'Smart TOM D. BAILEY (Dent) years return to its former status by the same pro
I 8 District No. 2 reduce outlined for adopting It.

(Vote for One)
Tips'For
FOR THE AMENDMENT

GardenersYou For Florida Public UtilitiesCommissioner I NORMAN McMILLAN (Dem) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT


(Vote for One) NO.7CONITITUTIONAL.
often hear the long about .
AMINDMINT TO
'Flower that bloom In the spring,
Tra La' but hays you ever stopped tI EDWIN 1,. "Ed" MASON Dem) For Member, Board of Public Instruction Continuity of GI"lrnmant-Propo.tn ARTICLE XVI an amendment
to appreciate just how many District No. 4 to Article XVI of the Florida Constitution to
colorful flowering trees and provide for means to Insure continuity of state and
shrubs we baY that provide colorIn (Vote for One) governmental operations In periods of emerg
the heal of the euramert gory r"\lltlnllrom disasters caused by enemy st_
For State
There I I. really no reason for Attorney tick
JULIAN C. DAVIS
lack of color In your garden ao Second Judicial Circuit (Dem) 11
cording to the member of he FOR THE AMENDMENT
FLORIDA NURSERYMEN AND (Vote for One)

GROWERS ASSOCIATION Since
*e can grow hardy tropical and WILLIAM D. "Bill" IiOPKINS Dem) For Justice of the Peace District No. 1 AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

subtropical plant In Florida, with (\'ot.lor One) NO.1CONSTITUTIONAL
proper planning you are assured AMENDMENT TO
ef color all year! ARTICLE IV. SECTION
Among the flowering tree For Public Defender A. B. BLACKBURN (Dem) I Commissioner of Agriculture, Dutioo-U Proposing lit t
blooming right now are the Park amendment to Article IV. Section 28 of the Florida
Insonla Bauhlnla, Knelreuteriapannlculata Second Judicial Clttult o Constitution relating to the duties of the Commii-
Crape Myrtle, Oleanders 1 1 loner of
(Vote for One) Agriculture eliminating his supervision
Cassias, CalUstemon and over matters pertaining to public lands and the
For Constable District No.
many others. 1 Bureau of ImmigrationFOR
Among the flowering shrubs CONGRESSIONAL RICHARD W. ERVIN m (Dem) (Vote for One)
that are so full of blossom are .'or1nUed States Senator THE AMENDMENT

the Tibouchlnt, Dursnls, Plumb (Vole for One) ADRIAN L. ANDERSON
ago Iliblsrut, Ixora, Ttiryallli. (Dem)
and many other too numerous to AGAINST THE AMENDMENT ,

name Of course you may not SPESSARD L. HOLLAND (Dem) LEGISLATIVEFor NO. e
know these byhi' botanical CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
name, but It you will visit the CLAUDE R. KIRK, JR. (Rep) !Member, 1I0un of Representatives For Justice of the Peace District No. 9 ARTICLE XVI TO
alesyard 0the FNGA miner for Gadsden County (Vote for One) EMI Trials In branch tourtheuso In Dad County
man In your area, you will find Proposing in amendment to Article XVI of the Flor.
these and many other on display (Vote for One) Ida Constitution authorizing civil trials In branch
from which you may chooae. SPURGEON JOHNSON (Oem) cpurthou In Dade County
For those of you who think Botanical STATE W. M. INMAN Dem)
name are to difficult to For Governor FOR THE AMENDMENTAGAINST
remember, It really I I. not much Vote for On.IIAYDON .
harder to learn the botanical For Constable District No. 9 THE AMENDMENT
and these the
Dame are aaml'evrrywhl're.
Common name maybe BURNS Dem COUNTY (Vote for One) NO. 10
different In various of the
parts
world or,even of the stale-for CHARLES R. HOLLEY (Rep For Clerk of the Circuit Court E. D. SHEPARI (Dent) CONSTITUTIONAL ARTICLE V, MOTION AMINDMINT I, TO

examplt, A japonica In the south (Vote far OD.) B Sua-SECTION (1)
Is a Camellia Japonica, while the Increasing' numbs ef Judicial Circuits-Proposing
japonUi In the north Is Cydonia tn amendment to Article V, Section 1 Sub-Section
japonic*, the dowering quince. EDWIN BAUR (Dom) (It) of the Florid I Constitution Increasing the num
Right now Is the time to watch' rcmslnln *mc* rwjulrW y law to to tilled a"tr"0" I thl. B her of Judicial circuits to not more than 20 and
for caterpillars that may move In To as.vol.bt'B lor*II..H'nmolnl.1: ethos one e.itdidate pUc. a press far eacrsince. (X) PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL vldlng that there shall be no reduction in the number pro.-
and Cuala- mark III tile puss to the rllhl oi"tIIe 01 tbl of cir .
Polnartllas name f.ndld.11
en problem your Is, they eat so fast lint If for name whom III not you primed dear,011 10101.the.baitot. To ...wrlle.. for baa a ..aims..... b wllooo tile For Sheriff AMENDMENTSMark a part of a judicial circuit, btrttfter In any created. dlvid.

you do not keep watch for them blink space pNlVlded IN that purposs.CONGRESSIONAL. a cross (I) mark In the square at the RIGHT ed changed or revised.
you will end up with plants wllh (Vote for One)
For the
Amendment or Against the Amendment
no foliage or fltus. They are FOR THE AMENDMENT
vociferous\ eaters, to at the Bret.
sign of miming leave better For Representative In Congress OTHO EDWARDS (Dom) NO.1CONITITUTIONAL AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
pray with Isolox qukkly. Ninth Congressional District 8 AMINDMINT TO

If you want your Folnsettias to (Vote for One) ARTICLE VII NO. 11
have large flower and iota of A,p rtltnmsftt' -Proposing an amendment to Article CONSTITUTIONAL AMINDMINT TO
them I hope you have been faithful VII of the Florida Constitution relating to Apportionment ARTICLE XVII
to keep them pruned during DON FUQUA (Dent) For Tag Assessor and Genius providing that the House of AddltlensI' Method of Rvl.t| ,r Amsndlni the
the growing season You should (Vote for One) Repreienatlvaj shall consist of 112 Representativesand .Mrtllution-Proposlng an amendment to Article
not after the first of September XVII of the Florida Constitution providing _
prune the Senate shall consist of 4} member and an add
or you may deprive yourself further providing that the Legislature shall resppor tional method of revising or amending the Consti
of a good flower JUDICIAL TEWY J. MPIIERSON !Dom) lion at the 1171 regular session and every ten years tution: providing that either branch of the Le.1I-
B there.ftrrfOR atur* may propose by Joint resolution I revision at
For Justice of the Supreme Court, the entre Constitution
or a revision
30-Day Weather Group No. 1 THE AMENDMENT of any DOl1lon sod may direct ind provide for.e
Vote for One election thereon
(
)
OutlookThe For Tu Collector

Vote for One) AGAINST Till AMENDMENTNO. FOR THE AMENDMENT
B. K. ROBERTS (Dem) (
thirty day agricultural EEl
weather outlook for the period mid CONSTITUTIONAL AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
\V. A. "Bill" SUM ERroRD (Oem) AMENDMENT TO
October to mid November for ARTICLE XVI. SECTION rTerms

South Georgia Southeast Alabama For Justice of the Supreme Court, sf Offlet* trestsd by Leeislstur.-Proposing CONSTITUTIONAL'AMINDMINT NO. 11
and Northwest Florida Issued by Group No. 2 tn amendment to Article XVI Section T to provide "ARTICLE, SECTION t. TO
the Heather Bureau Advisory Agricultural that the Legislature extend the terms of the Est edt5
may peeled tf tlm* f.r SaeeitOu ._
Meteorologist. TUton (Vote for One) For Superintendent 01 Public Instruction membership on the board charged with responsible Ta
Article
Georgia October IS. IM4: (Vote for One) ty for colleges and universities (not including of the'tFlorida Constitution relating IX.todlstrlbuUoa Section \IS
Temperatures during the next .HARRIS DREW (Dent) Junior colleges) to not more than nine years, and use of gasoline and like taxes. increasing
from
SO day ire expected to average SO to 7S years from January 1. 11143
Mow normal over all of the Tri- M. 0. Mu" WALKER !Dom) FOR THE: AMENDMENT lag which proceeds of the Second das the period. shall du -

mean 8tale&rIIIIII..1 temperature. Area.will avengebetween Daily 8 Placed In the "State Road Distribution ff lit J'S"OR .

it and (1 degree Maximum For Justice of the Supreme Court, AGAINST THE AMENDMENT THE: AMENDMENT
temperature will average Group No 3 ,
between 70 and 11 degree with (Vote for Oae) For County Judge NO. I
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO AGAINST THE
afternoon temperature reaching AMENDMENT
(Vote for One)
ARTICLE xii, MOTION it SUS-SICTIONS
IS higher
degree\ or on one or
two afternotm. Dally minimum RICHARD W. ERVIN (Dent) (a) sad (k) NO. t.

temperature will\ average from II. Y. REYNOLDS (Dent) Ichoel Sends hr Capital Outlay' Proposingimendmaat an CONSTITUTIONAL"TICU AMINOMIIiIT TO
4S 37 drgree with temperatures to Article XII of the Florida Slate Cooitltutloa '.rIa Cavllty X. SECTION 7
falling below 4J degree on relating to the use of part of the ,.,_u. .ft Imendmlllt 10 HI"'eetaa. ha""tlaPrepoaIll
lor. roomings over Inland areas For Judge District Court of Appeal derived from the licensing of motor vehicle for Constitution relaUng ArUcle to X. Section 7 of the '\arrlda
The probability of temperaturesof First Appellate District For CoatlPrwftee1'ing Attorney splUl outlay and debt service: and other school riding that In Sarasota bom.t'ad IJIfttpUon' ,re-
County UGoo
32 degrees wlU rise haply dosing Vote for One Durposes; adding a method *J computing the number the _led .Iultloft the III'It or
( )
the next two weeks reaching (Vote for 0.) of> Instruction units; Increasing Interest rate to 4Vi ropeit shall be taxable 011 home fOr and COIItlllaoua real
I la ten or higher over northern per tanum and extending maturity date en and theme next thoou-'
tpftton ttrtia and one by In November ten over southern 1st JOHN T. WIGGINTON (Deco) WILLIAM D. IJNr (110m) B percent January I I. 5000. sand valuation.A1-1"0.011 dollars? for school hu. app purpose'7 to ocJy of ft.e tttosse*

Rainfall during the period mid FOR TUX AMENDMENT
October through mid November I* FOR TOE AMENDMENT
exnected to range from JOO to STATE
Alabama For County Surveyor AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
350 limes ewe southeast For of State
Secretary
southwest Georgia antnorthwest Vote for One) NO. 4 IOAIN8T THE AMENDMENTI
Vote for
( One) _
Florida to 300 to 400Inrhe CONSTITUTIONAL AMINOMINT TO
In southeast Georgia fall- ARTICLE XII. MOTION SSrteelpal
bit mostly as general rain on ItoTdeyt. TOM ADAMS (Deco) JAMFS P. SHELFER (Dem) .f tut* a****! Iaed t* remain Mvi.lat.,
l .e Ue >..Proposing an amendment to Article XII
Sunshine during the period will Section S of toe Florida Constitution eutbotiilag
average about M per rent of possible that the principal el the stale acheol land mar be I ',' 1T'
with lor. periods of extended For Comptroller Foe Supervisor of Registration expended for capital outlay eon behalf *( state ln UUUOM Y
cloudiness (Vole for One) (V.t. for 0.) of higher learning. Including junior eoUega. h.. .#J I
Soil temperature will Continue and capital outlay {or public school I
to fall a* both the intensity and
mount of aunsMne drc..... RAY E. GREEN (Dem) I Ir I. LOVE HIn'CIL''SON ( FOR THE AMENDMENT
Four Inch average 11111 l temperature D"'R
under bare toll should aver
AGAINST TUX AMENDMENT "t'l
M .
ass between 10 and degree


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COUNTY_TIMES.!, QUTACY, IWRIDA. THURSDAY. OCTOBERja,.._IMi PAGE ELEVEN





aC Ujr' 1 Y J Today, meaverog I I(' T i I f fI SAVE q wii; l l'IfllI i:' IIift -It" 'Turn William OMan M.Back Kobbno,' it.



?! ef family 191 each lor p.nd..I food attMa, out h.; { mind Do you when know In a what recent LBJ campaign had *1

I dollar according to hl 1 i I, pmh lie made the loUowmf
Gov, flgurtt. ISytorv tlalementT "We are gains to try
ogoi food to lake all ot the money thrl we
took 261 out eltach think I II unnereaiartly being pent
dollar and take It from the have aM
Klve It to the hive not that nwri
110\ mill""."
LIot u* ionic at hit program In

GET YOUR "ONLY. 19" CARD AT WINN-DIXIE 734 CASH PRIZES! I" \(he iiklng light/ lennon of a mart preached thought by'pro the

I I il:., .. Rev Krnnrth W. SolUtt, d the
rtnrt Ue.plit Church. Midland
Michigan, M quoted by Walter

50 FIRST PRIZES EACH $1,400 CASH 384 SECOND PRIZES EACH $117 CASH talor rrohan hlmwlt, a Uaahlngton a Roman Catholic commen

qulvolent to a yearn supply/ of flrocerle for on overage family equivalent to a month'i supply of groceriei for on overage family in"hit 11 I column were the ol devil October and*wanfed, 1M4.

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED to turn America into a cnnmurnat
PRICK GOOD THRU !hell, I think I would do eomethlnf

GRADE A UkOEY:39: : LB. WIND dill. .OCTOBER.... -1./.111tort J4TH Uk. thli"I "ell: cultivate t among the
people lile* that the Individual
BEEF SALE I' nothing, the Imltat'rlmlnate max
REGULAR 59. COPELAND SlICEOBolognaLb.491 ,II people everything. I would also
web lo cunvlnc. American that
God and OirUttan
fWD Uhloa and an
_
mneM dmlre to make on*'* way
in the world an okHuhIontJ."I I
BRAND SIRLOINSteak PEELED AND DEVEINEDShrimpy would g m the promln ot helping every
:: 89x body at nmeone elue* exppnie."Then .
u 98 t'd treat the CnnatltutUeli
a.i a dirt ol ruuKllM* on the pro
REG. 49| BETTY CROCKER REFRIG. FUDGE All Sizes 5 to 20 Ib noiphy of government to he re-
W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND I-I.b. toad to only II It erred mpurtKM

BROWNIES Pke 25TURKEYS "I wmkl*; ImTe*** Ih* alit and

Steak LL 98 ; II,'">e government' In every wayeiihle
going Into every cm*
Mvahle huatnea In cnmpeUNo*)
W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND FANCY ALL PURPOSEApples .. with edftbllihed enterprlae, pay
Ing the" alibi bujilnr (lasers add
5 MG 491 BRAD. -A" the treaiury. I would try 10
Roast 98 eep hldilen how this conk' Lead
LB QUICK 'ROUN
1 at the right time to the nationalutliti -
WASHINGTON ST. GOLDENApples or RED DELICIOUS I ot Inrtwlry."I .
3 9
100 EXTRA STAMPS with 55 ground would thus create govern*
2 39x oa
,'. LB.
coupon I root Mrong enougli give IMIllieni
95 ( 1 everything they want.
Beef 5 & $1 U 1 NO. YELLOW Itui I Mild create a governmentilmng
l u"A!' ernuiih to take from them
Onions 5 ''e 391 everything they have."By .
BRAND BEEF SHORTTOMATOES E a combination nt Inflating
GRAD and lane I would rob th* very
| U S, NO I 1. GEORGIA RED SWEET \people I pretenlfld to help tut.III .
Ribs.LL I, If they ever ehould want to
38 nit would be dependent uprtl the
11.1.,
"Next f would gradually touts
axe. to ItO per rant ol Income
/we are two-third ol the way
REGUAR 25. DELSEY ASSORTED COLORS REGULAR 2/25 STANDARD iwl I +- ao that he alale couldhav.
It all. Then I'd give hack MIh
6 Tissue 2 R a I 19, pnpl' enough to keep them
Tomatoes 10 alive and little ewwgti to keefemlaved.
REGULAR J5. CRACKIN1 GOODTreets SOS CAN 'I .
"In the nwntlm I would take
t t 'lam. 29xREG REGULAR 63. KRAFT from thme who have and live M
rr tI"*. who want until 1 killed the I
39< DIXIE DARLING ANGEL FOODCake m MayonnaiseREGULAR 49 teali man ami tatUM th* mea--
: 12L Pkg. 29xR4 QUART er needi ol th* rert. Th pullfeIdle :
would then be required to I
2Jc 01.< Dorilng flown N Sen Seeded 99c CABOT BRIQUETTES make everybody work and theirarahirmallin
d Amrl lmrenubUe .
Rolls Pk. 19x a to a *emml ral* rom
LI nt unirt nation: would be n n| Fresh Vine Ripe Charcoal 20 lAG 79'I Can anynne mla the end.to.
Yellow SolidsOLEO ward which the Unnocratle Lady
REG 491 DEEP SOUTH ",ilk-lei a* they have built op trout
he" New Deal lo the Pair Deal 'Idhe
j B'RR.L: ," New frontier to AM Great So
Arty. are iwee| Preserves ,At 39 lair* nl AmertraT 1 think III.Tity
all add up too plainly 'jo 10.

REG 291 DIXIE' DARLING WHITE' YELLOW, DEVILS FOODCake sc.tr.rlallan oa with WiNS, al sitting bet*, th the* United world

21bL391 Ib101 raniininlet prearher Iralemlty.Hher .hM Wd. hit ,
Mix.25' Sub what mrt of man ran prevent
wti a dire fate "befalling the
m-rd-an The '. Dr.
tlrnry .Irti.k: :OulMnUcnpnl
Church. '"-_ In
"" ..,,.- .,.1 -- -- rervnl, eermon exhtrted hi* peo
'1I.L. ...... ... -,
ow. I ill* lo wall for eUHIi dy
Jw hut :1t" 1i now praying. earn-il
ly, "that tli* penpi*ol !tht* Ue. e.l
ORlEN land limna* 8ie right man to ta country thnaigh th* trylrej
;* which II* ahrLL' Withoutpertfylng
.. thai man br1M/M. he
aid: ''W.a a man who will

1 t r 1 1 1 istorm ,,,-,. be III the' Bkle. << truth, huneity..
)jiullre" and derenry and will npnw
wlrh III hit might "'.*..,
I' 1 nit/. / 1 = t % j IIJ''I: dlahnnedy and InluB
: ai tire : be a man who ha*
: I R JH i Ih"*hl'.r Hand fur th* hard
.
the wrong
eaiy
i H i OP i HMP Hmi r elmng qiialMlee d rnafi whli. .* Die
fnvernment hII'talon tmm M
CRACKIN' GOOD ) DOZE riNIAfPLI ] ASTOR | HEAVY DUTY LAB BLUE WHITI ARROW =I ASTORSHORTENING CRISCO many by giving to able-bodied
.
TREETS JUICE COFFEE i DETERGENT I DETERGENT : SHORTENINGSove *American ld and now wliakry w* rwo and the rwwdlet harveatif
[ j mr erenr kl rot mind and

33 t 1-Lb. Bolt! Reg 39< 46-ox. Com Sove 18< ,. 1-Lb. Con Sove 19* Giant Bon J Save 11. Giant Box I Save 7. 3.Lb Con Sove I3 t 3-Lb. Con scold Hahti.*rather broths"IOM,to'a a great man MUM who

1 than to have vktury .to M unworthy
/ on* A man whom the
29 3 S1 59 t 58 48/1 58 68 tpnlU nt office cemot buy-y >.A
/ FOR ? man ol honor a man who will not

I and ll. .ors, who who IVM will wit above M *a4flih>* till.

{ Femout 0.-.,.low W-D.... J Camper Quality end Price { Fmou Quality.low w..Pr.. j c.w....6 ...... : ,, High In.aVUnM>. ei N.. 8 Ptip/Ity/ rwehuN.d oral and tfrlf rule the land while
>nrtr" ikwp' You and I and

....,...--"tl-_ t'/t./! ,...._ ........,, ___ ..'-" -1' I"" all lore AmerkwM God hr our mat ai-tlnn ecrmmuM'There be*
ore, 'let u* *.* to II thai we vote
far lira a man."
i MORTON FROZEN MINCE MEAT ORPumpkin And owls a man 'to Parry Cow
.. Incas
wan In your heart you
EXTRA EXTRAEXTRA that .he road be bnughl by laver
d?! GREEN STAMPS I I dx GREEN STAMPS Jx GREEN STAMPS Ins turned a M* by leer, that he
_.. ..... _. ..
+r" w +r. 31 would IM etnnf to Ih* ue* of dereptlv >
0.s L..w o..u ... ||.*.M YN.WOTV OeH PIE *l<*ani or policy\ etaie, *
pox oliu.f COol CII.' auto ment *. to
or prwilae
.c:
Pizza Pie Steab al power Rte Mnwetf.
... '. Z .. Mia rm Ofmtm oNa she only to Mum Solo entmlry
::= ;I L .::= ; MINUTE' MAID FROZEN lit the reu** Vial Cieorie Wool.Willis .
and the early patriot* *it
w ups and .by Milt .In Wlng
EXTRA P EXTR 2 12.... 69 w. .have been aM to attain
EXTRA
I CANS 10 the Mature ol th* world greaeet -
JX GREEN STAMPS Jx GREEN STAMPS ge Delight .
__Mr.IM .-... GREEN_. _STAMPS.. i LIt.sod Mtlon 1001 and their Hberalmpinrler "
C.N pea a. P< tN /ItT 1. .to the
'-h nch rest GroundM B II*W f "M odss"" TOWN HOUSE- Full Pound .pmreH el* deetmyini and ckipr air are$inHhryThl .

...Yww Oen... Sr. ...Two.on..w sow t
) Ih* Dm frr M to wnOIth
'II woe of a bows hyena:
Peflnis 39c I"Turn bark 0 moo ...., trtfnnI.
.... ..yt, ..
I EXTRA EXTRA EXTRACIHN 014 awe .le ..,.It. and ..*. KfMunt
F'Ull' I Jy( GREEN STAMPS I I .ft GREEN STAMPS .iJt STAMPS her d.ya, J
IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN FRENCH FRIES Yet th-4 ber (Ittldd. whnM fteaeTMernvned
= :;= ;:: .
flam
wirk
Y. N .aa. .M Ntw aeN p.
.; : y 44..rt t.K.o' -=!sourCann *U] r/Ut ml her Ame toner God
I ; I lc Crtamitm d Ham "...
.. -,.. .. -,-O.N.- tom, MN Y.w- $4. Potatoes 2 'C 39 "Turn back.. m0 man" luriweaf t>fMl

N.Irr..r._ II N..rr- "14 N.rrr..r MX19 > way ,

RnrKErrLtri roll .*..!

Xelwn' A. RorfcefelUr Cover
w of/sit Tort ipeaklng al a regional
Southern BiscuitFLOUR Gadsden Co.. Extra Largo Grado A conform af fUtniWlradrandkJaM
and parry 'leader. rekrrrwf >
to lenaW. CoMwaler U
", man d great. murage and lnlegrtty >
who han't ducked. th* I*1
EGGS 2 89 .we.4 lie tiro MIll mat N 5 lbi. 29 Yarn lute fepuMlnui are ptertfed

JflOf. to euppnrl- -eue rantldatee.ffnfU .

I
Bre eaitly when may art
doing s.rl.rfM1Isty eleUke.WW .

315 West Jefferson Street Ir t to doubt ahouf a....
.areU| Mar ety gflUtfac.I

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PAOETWEI.VI. GAD6DEN t UNTY TIMES. Qtm CY. '. OCTOBER 22, imMr

sass S s pt.r. Junior Museum : the nomlniHng oommlttee report Carl Clinton TAKE A SLICE
Cox OF HAM.
Dr. EdwIn H. Updike of .
OldFashionedCountry Ocala wu elected preddent Other I People Spots In The Newsl

I Oman will be printed In a Succumbs Here ,
later tdlUon)

Auction Education for Patient Car In Funeral eervlc
for Carl Clin
E th* Future" was tticuiatd by Dr.Samuel ton Cox 75. ot Quincy will be a i FALL-AWAY pitch.

Oct. Martin, Provost, J HUllt conducted at I o'clock this afternoon r In? style of Phlfr Jim
EI Saturday, 24 Miller Health Center, University in tilt First Baptist! Church Bunnlnir li shown

of Florida, Calnwllle with tti. Rev Thomas E. Cutttno L 'cF r

I An fathloned country t.teflon It wits noted with Pride\ that officiating assisted by the Rev E.
with upper on the ground*, Florida U one of lire 10 Mate In Nash Phllpot Interment will be
will be held Saturday, October 24.: the nation that raises over a mil In HlUcrwt Cemetery. .. i
at the Tallaham Junior MuMum, lion dollar In cancer fund Mr. Cox win born In Quincy r

located Mir the Tallahassee Thirty-five per cent got Lto and wu a mired tamer He
Municipal Airport research., 22 per tent for educa was a member of the Centenary
TM second annual affair will lion, 10 per cent, profcuclonal MethodlH Church.
he held In the Miueum Big Send education, 15 per cent, tervloe. Mr. CM died at 1:43: yesterday
Farm area, an authentic reatortUw 10 per cent, administration arnbHarry morning at his home on tilt Lake
of an 1110 1 Wttt Florida tog I r t cent tn fund raiting Tilquln Road.SulvlvOl'l .

horn and nine outbuilding P. Beep cnimrte chairman Include hit widow '
The CcJrnt.And.. rtna-tht-Whoi. mad Mn CarrIe Cox, Quincy; one ton
an outitandlng reportDr
Family event will start at 4 pm, John a Cox, T.mpaYio; daughter
with the viewing of merchandlt E. B. Campbell Jr. gavea Eunice Davis Jacksonville, KNOW HIM? It's 38-year-

to b* auctioned and the sale of report tram the National The and Willa Mae Smith, Femandlnai; old Dick Van Dyke, made
'*. D*>1d Dleenbmk miflll items at small priM In a research, study and service that[and seven erandl'l ren. up for new movie role.
"Do Your Chrlitmat Shopping slops tn to this work It amazing The J. R Adams Funeral Home

New GS Field Early section.Hamburgers. and encouraging was In charge of arrangement.
hot dogs eMU and A new film which wits. shown
home-made cake will be on sale WM Sfnne Under The Sun
Adviser Named In a umall blue and whit striped dealing with skin cancer This Election
tent to be erected near the country dim should be shown all over t"'e

Mr David Daienbrock, enbtoyrt store, and Big Bend Commitury state along with three new one
recently by tilt Girl Scout will offer tUcet\ of hoop that will soon be releued. (OIIatlntil from .Page OM) wtl
Council of tilt Apa] chee Bend u cheese. dill plods, let steam, Dr. taciturn wat highly pralted -
a HI4\ Advlr liu been at- toft drinks, coitus and cracker forII.. eutttandlng work he two lines will be utilized to speed
igned'to atilit the vetuntr The auction will tart at .I:SOpm hat don u president and given the voting proem The tint line
dull* In Quincy who are organ. ., with a Mate uaortmtnt of Mveral award The treasurer will take care of theme with last
tint wpportmg and leading Girl articles! both Old and new, U be R. G. Thompson was noted u names itarting with "A" through
Scout Tionpa. old to tilt highest bidder having done a splendid Job. I "J", and the second line thorn t +
She replace Mrs Roger Coombt All Item for the tale are being L. H. Peterson and stall Tam- with the letter "K" through "Z". 4 Ik
cfflce rendered efficient serve Other county precincts will ute
,
contributed' by Individual and pa
who last March after 1
Mlgnftd
ervlnl M the Council only Field merchant In alI and the Ire at they have don for many the lima method u In the put, Then I. no end to the good thing you em prepare with ham K

AdvtMr In the Council 10-coun nit-rounding area and proceed yearn Hutchinson Mated steaks, Now, any Southerner knows how will the imokty flavor VIRUS VIEWER: Man
: will be used to help operate maintain The hospitality shown In Orlando State law limit the time In a of him Iron with the sweet smoothness of )'am.. Hen a disk can
ty Jurtodlctton' and Improve the Muneuni was (Trent The next annual voting booth to five mlnutet for that combines the two "explore new areaa" in virus
Mrs Denbrock will alto provldt 1 Itt present notdmiulon batli meeting will be In Miami. etch voter. The registrar said that Thin slices of tally pantpurlced proem cheese spread ..r.erranred a study with new English electron
profeailontl services In all There will be no admission 1 poll otfldala will have to insist on top of ham ateaki Then the cheese ii topped with microecopa Introduced
of Ctdeden County, Jeckton Lib- charged for the auction and the |that no one stays over, five a savory mixture of yams, saltine i cracker crumbs, onion, andherbi in VS. by Picker X.Ray
arty Holmes and Washington affair it to the public. Those Memorial minute In a booth to that everyone Th* whole dish, i baked to warm the him, melt the hcii., "ems Corp
counties and In pen at Leon County open will have a chance to vote In and brown the yam topping Mmmmm..h'PP1 1 1 II '

She ,li a graduate of Wltcon. the 12 hour that the pollt are SOUTHERN HAM STEAKS 1'

ale Slit University: where thtreceived KiwaniansHear\ Adds Junior open. It* alto called attention to, I cup PREMIUM Saltine Crackers crumb (about 25 crackers) ,u d' wry
her BS. degree 1" Art a recent law which forbids help tentpoon tarragon leivitVi t w; b t s rJ
Education For the t""part two years Dept. BuildingThe for Illiterate Only blind and die teaspoon thyme leaves frci ; i
she ha taucht In the Junior Talk Explaining abled persona may receive help 1 Stir ounce) em yams. drained and tut into small piece at + .'s'
and Senior High School at Kau- and mutt be requested through 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion
kauna, Wlwonitn and In the Kakauna AmendmentsA Thomas Memorial Pap and executed '.4 cup butter or margarine + t
Vocational and AdultS tilt Church hal enlarged Itt phytloal > propelysigned. \t noundVelveetaPinteurisedProreiiCheeM Spread.thlnl/illcei \.

<*ool. She and her husband art 1 facilities by torn 2TOO The registrar alto revealed! that 1 2 him steaks, cut K Inch thick (about 12 ounces sack) u a rs
feet In the complete renovation -
member of the Lutheran Church return 6f flit thirteen eon- square of a church owned two- poll offldal In Cidnden County I Combine first 4 Ingredient. SiuU onion In butts or mirgirintuntil 1 W! ,
and are making their home In itltutional ammdmtntt to be voted I lilt week attended voter schools tender Add to drlnrl'fdlenta. Mix lightly. Arrange cheese 4 .> N %
Tallahassee while he It In the on In the General Election November Mary apartment l located adjacentto In Quincy Chattahoochee andHavana slices over him iteiki Top with sweet potato mixture Plan Ina ;;
at Florida S was made by a repretentative the church I biking dlnh lake In r .
itrtduate program These schools were conducted a prehcittd moderate oven ( .) 26 U 89mmutei
I I. dt'lIIltnf'C
State Unlvemty working toward of the Secretary of The new facility at by the registrar with attiitance Sere with a green salad Makes 4 servings, 5 fs h e e
ft doctorate degree In phyalct' iStat*'t office at Monday. meeting the Junior Department, Building from the office I
of Secretary
The Oxmrll hit alto( employed of the Quincy Kiwanlt Club. BUI and It went of the church on westWuhlngton of State Fine Frozen 1HK EYES HAVE IT t Three Blue Persian kittens outtttra -
a second Field Adviser Mnnorewe Roberts, ot the legal brand. of Street This !is the l Vary Vegetables camera at Kent England
of cnwtorMlJ.wM that office explained the proposed flint expenrion out of the Initial,

will work In the balance of 1 tmenitiTimtt He wit Introduced church bulldlngi
Ochlockonee by Albert Kohnke, The renovation added an assembly GregoryCantoned
the Council area including program Woltt-Wriinling Way With
and for five
and Wakulla Neighbor." chairman room mace
hood AMOriadoni exterior and Interior were com ( from Pue OM) Autumn'Fruiti
and 1n Jefferson Midlion! Lefiytte of the City of Quincy was introduced !
Wakulla Franklin aa a new member of the plelely repainted and repaired at ..e
Taylor, $1,000. lie a full schedule ot work and
ot
cat approximately
and Gulf counties.Mrs club. Jack Harriett a newcomerto a
fellowthlp. Delegate, who are
The move was prompted by the
Daienbroek met recently Quincy who hat become auoelated -
expected to total more than a
with Mrs Robert Gardner chairman In lilt practice of law with growth of the Sunday School and
thousand will hear uch ip !\kertat
Neighborhood Dewey Johnaan, wu a guest of the need for more educational!
of tilt Qulhacht I Senator George A. Smithen.
!fucillUM An Increase of over
Aiaodation and her Nelrtborhond Jack Jonet amsyr.Inted
Chief Justice E. Harris Drew
hundred enrolled In
Blucher ,one persons
Service Team, Including Arthur MUnrot and
columnist Drew Prayson.
Mr R. D. Woodward Jr., Troop Unet members of the Quincy I the Sunday School this year, also Stole Senate Preiltlont-elpct
Samuel MoCall. High School Key Club, were also contributed to me need for addedpace
and Mrt.
Onriuitwr. James. (Nick) Connor and Rep
Willie Th Junior Building 1 II con.nectt4
at the meeting
guests
Troop Coniuliint, E. C. Rcrwell( House Speakerdee1Ignate
\ : begin to the church fa-
the Wwanlant present
Lines called attention of -
th* Watwi of troopa are alto program guests.Wtvea .
plant. toe staff lervlcet In QutncyThurs and guests present to the cllitle by a sidewalk both In d League members will
the front and ot th. property.
Mun rear
of Arthur
JOJ girls In the outttandlnf play
are now find a special welcome, and thenatlonUyaecle.tmed
Girt\ Soout program' In U troopa roe In the Qulnny erry football Th church voted to purchmt Naval Air i 4
and eeveml new trend gems Friday rtght He was named tilt property and tour existing
In Qulncy Training Command Choir, ot Pen
West ot the church In
Mructure
week for hit dexterity :
organli this tall back of the
bring
will
are wrola, otter selections of its"memorable
U81 At that time future need

Sine the ship art hoe Qulney CounrU elmnet became tripled 1187 a and member-part there* '*"*. at quarterback for- -tilt TV wu for the teen structures This U a the and tint property step day night banquet mualc', October at the MOIl-I ''t \ JJtl I II h e

In inward the utilization ot thtt
preaiee.ion
tin beer great growth Cancer Society
hymn' Brownl Scouts t. Senior church owned property There appears I
to tit no doubt but that a
and resources Tigers
Scouting Tooli
here been provided by the Coun Sets ConferencoFor Die expansion nt the church and r
lit growth will make the foresight -
ind volunteer ,
leader
*
Adults )help In recruitment. VolunteersDistrict of those who ttcured the (Costlsosd rests rage Om) Li'V I

hellos. placement, training aMoll.'e.1oI property A dedication juitlflcd service for the hand booted S of 4 extra points K IK t.
'leader and
for #
help tttbtlltyand S. American Cancer building' will be announced at a for the evening rrl
adult; have provided In tradeand Srrtety. Florida Division, Inc., later date.College. Other Tigers' playing outitand '
strengthened program have will hold lit Annual Orlenmtlnn log ball were: Halfback Neal
campt Quincy Scout Conference for Volunteer There Davit who carried! 21 time and
pafttrtpated In Counctt and vntt have In tiny, October Zt, at WakulliVlng Plans gained 139 yard Tackle JimSpinner r< r+1+. + f rr+r r' ,,r rt' r
campuur and program credited with t
Lodge( Registration will tackles
received Ml wpport and fit hjlpfrom begin at 10 a.m and the meetingwill and 2 auliti. Clayton money
the Council a Board Commit convene at 10:90 amMiit 'Open House'MlM who had t tackles and 2 astlst.
rectory and 1U Service C. W Ketchum. Tallahat Tomorrow night the Tigers of I

ire; Delenbrock Mated that siteass see, Wntrlct 1 Lay Director and EIIIlbt'IIWoodward will -Quincy... will travel 1 to Cairo, Ca,
the
M D. TilllIwiwe rn hiijhly rated Syrup
John Sullimherger
find the Girl Scout he ont of the students at Florida
happy to District\ t Profeulonal Presbyterian College who I It Inviting makers who tort a week ago lant ;.7ara t '
In in wen cap- q '+r
program hands with Quincy sound plant for Director will preside at the meetIng the public ot St. Pftertburg nuiy la Perry 10.7 on a field lil/klC'+J +tirFiliivi+r'
able"
goal
Guest speaker win be Dr. to celebrate with them the opening
.f'Ytrt and neighborhood eventtforglrlt of the Yardstick Start the day thl Happy with a delightfully tweet
Michael Keith director way yet
find of their new eating *
She wit pleawl to Institute campus Qulnry Perry Hen a "cat* trick wire has a cute trick with frotenTttabl ew-t'alorl.lrMh Autumn Fruit Cup'
leader and volunteer adults talc Florida Molecular State Blophytlc Tnlvwnlty facility with an open house from' First dams 1} S <*. Sirs ituti with a package el frozen green pea with Calorie are kept to a minimum la this pleasant breakfintrjreopener
In the training events of 2 to 4 clock &lnc\I1ll1.moon. taooa, adds a little neat, a pinch of eiotio seasoning, and
\ luncheon Dr. JohnSullenherger Ruining yardage 44S 64 cream by the UM of the calorie-fn sweetener, Sony!
provided by the Council and the Following the will at theafternoon October 29 Patting yardage 0 121 pommel I -. a hearty cola dish made in minute. HIM how rather than auger. Thla sweetener gives the hula a satisfyingly
troops participating In Council jretlde. I. B. Harris The open twuM will climax a' Passes attempted t tPlatei use does Its meet title ... .minus calorleii
teuton nr
weekend which will\ tee ttudntparenti c.nw FM sad Skied Beer If prefer this lori. .hy fruit double
events and prajertt. will rtlMUM Leukemia: Dr. completed 0 4 you c cup can a* a
M{:. Daewbwck believes strop which; James aen Om will discuss BruntQncfr and Saturday.visit the camput FrIday Pause Intercepted by 0 1 1 package (I...) tress U teaspoon carry powder linner appUtr or M a light and lovely dessert for waistline
Mtchara.
ly tt>* spiritual value Punti U
with drMbeef
: and Dr. Stuart Smith With the college enrollment ) J43 peen pas cream 1 )
of the loo Auluma Fruit
fore
are tilt motivating Canctr. Doctors Fumble* 0 area 1 1 tablwpoon butter Car
Girt Scout Movement and U en- will dlncnut SWn will growing at he rate ot SO per cent Fumble M 0 0 14 cap mlik (Lau. olont)
In the
Jnyliif the Aallfnse to **ivt and pirHdpaUng Mrv on a panel to program answer ju- t It year, the to admlnlitradw double the alt found of Yard penallMd 10 IS Place peat and milk U Murepan. Cover and beta jmt to 1 cup Tokay 01' Emperor }i cup oranu lujc
adultswtilct' neeeoary
I help to volunteer grape, halved and Md4 2 e.bleapoona"lemoa jiuoe
provide In flow from the audlwreThe the cafeteria, but the work of Soar by marteriiI tailowe iMdivm Mih heat Reset from beat and atir until
strengthen program conference will tdjoirn 1 1 4 Totals sauce to enooth. Add carry powder Md sit nU bUmlwlMiaBwhUa I cup o"Dltllfctinna! 3 tMipooni Sucuyl
troop and ramp for girl aM 3:13 enlargement could not hiss completed Perry OTTO 14 rIMe dated beet with hot _tr. Drain...u. MaUqvJckly 1 cup diced rah pineapple oluiion
provMf cppttrtunltlea for mow at : pm.Luncheon raetrvattant should before the opening .citSeptember. the Quincy T $14 0 17 la batter. Foot curried peat into ; .rrangabt Combine grapea, orang Mctlon and diced plneappl CORK
tchonl In The
girls t* become Gilt bilL wunty urlt emu term around alas Serre at once. Make sehrdsgcep< > oe 3 bin* onmge juke Lawn juke and fluoaryl patt our Ini.ttMDp. .
She expressed a 'rice that Qulnty b* made withyaue 16th, students In CMiaiquenc*, hive Chill until ready to termMakea
McwvW. October
troops would b. participating or before been faced with oueuetng width t *ervinn. Kick calories; 1 grim
Jucai Troop Encampments now hat been eliminated with theenlargement ; tarfxhydralt.: If mid with
In the two : : luiak
astir wouldat
the winter mountain trip Cancer SocietyIn of the fadllttee The serving co-sbsiaatsh101 alo r...
for olelet CadrttH and Senior and student celebration It tot remit ProFilesMCQUM .
two-woek residence Arthur Rantnn, III ot Apopka.
Mipp the mmmjr Counrt hat Annual Meet president ot the Student Government Sausages with Orange Sauce Good!
pliwwtl Mrsgiri 'And.'' ate Auodation hat set up a ,

'Qulncy troops will lit 'At OrlandoThe special open home committe ,. '
added advantag of th* .ev.ralpromarn 'Th way to a etudent brain U :

events vdu-h art planned annual meeting *f member through his stomach," aid Kan-

of bI\II' Panned tie the Spring and dlreotor. American Cancer ton 'We aim to IhoW nit appre-

Girl !Seoul Florid DlvWon, Inc, met ciatltn.
\rlety
$bcna'eeeeeto plJunioranned for Apriland hi Orlando at the Cherry 1 Plua HI* ainiittnt are ertanlring a

Cadett Scouts will meet tn Hotel Ort IT, II and It with too ttudtnt talent variety show and ut.
TaUaIM_*e next. month to plan a In Itlendinre The president. Dr. personally eondiirtd tours of the A
-wide event for Cadwet.Th campus for vliltor On the committee lbrwahshWllo
Coq neit UrVum at Naples. pmld-
Senior Planning Board, whoa NMW. are James BodWn. Gear

mrwtdent It Mess Stun Woodward, Greeting were brought loan' water, Themes Bacon, ClearwaterJudy .
TnVp IOB, Quincy, meets every the Florida Medical AtMiittlon by Lee CWlder. %. Pvten-
ether month and plant events lotenkr Dr. H. H. Seller bun. and Elitlbcth: \ Woodward
girls and tfrvU. projects Report were given and generalbuirineM Qwn<:Y. Carol Moor of dearwetw
which will the total comkicttd. and Tim Ughtfleld, of Pompano

r.lrt Scout ,strengthen MReur .* Lb Among tilt eutitandtnir tpeaken Beach are In charge. of tilt cam- PtMD tirM MOST
It the teoond member of pw guide
Dr. Ahtl C Wllllami
were "
the Senior! \ Pluming Beard of on. 'WaM ot Adding Muscle to The parent program will be- CWS$ ,iH MIS CARaR

QI nr)'. Our nvtrioni and Musts," G. Cuyler slit at I pm. FrIday. October
Operaeng fund tacludlnf sets Hammond So DL. Director. M. with registration In the Col-. By aoa QCDYEJ1kLu
1m of the protertenal thea Statistical Research Amerkwi let* Union Dr. William H. KaX. r. holds
the Girt Scout OwnoU of Cancer Society, oa "Ogorertf preatdent will welcome the tile rewrd,tlajrmg for 11 teams
Uchee Bend mailt poMmi* and Lang Cancer and the Cant "Vtt wt at 2:30: p.m In Drady- TM nabs, lathed Nr *M*
through tilt Quinn United fund Prevention Study R was noted MoHair Auditorium. The Manors llama ha tile Amvku Ass
and the faith and goner Us sup that vn mow heart trouble than will receive brWlng on the tkl- f ar I* tile National and ear ,r A Ubunty Sunday brwikfeM stars spicy Mange with a freak
rxirt of the chums who care ranrrr wan caused among rider \let*'* MtI'I1'tmkt coin h OM Aawrkaa Ugu teas r Florida onac MUM,sad M ey-ep, g Florida rust hall
khout our children and th* nature men who tmfto pipit at wall a* wits a talk by Dr. E A.'thhy Johnnie 1114 U tilL Tk rte r4 use b_ topped with a dollop. of your favonU jeLl ly cranberry: ,oirnit,
at this gomnmalty JKW .. art gun* M p.rh.p mint.dd .
ftRireltet\ and sisal Toss anting la >r pitdur Desk
parent win attend OK Col- In Florida jwu bow that aortent hhtoHnt st..cronmaab slaw on_gel
the UUMM best
In mnma with them mhatinn 150 to MM.DM. th
let Artltt fctrle attraction a a aN pra (K Uy Iv* thousand y..n old? They re the world In
rood ales tit JwvardileiDr
imoke. Nncert by the Best to Quartet at kf Bag Mum IrMMM M + br mm"" food M\u-ouUui betas the eldest technique
Landscaping Chariw S. = bC 111 fatadena Communrw Liwwn far' ,-m"to

and latent:Ihxplnl JUVmann Philadelphia talked Church.On p.m.Saturday. tot parent win at a picnic, beer is a natural then!. UM braviMd ricip:: *and below.temd the with MinafM a Mace an of build la orant and. \*MO*+,*

C GwttiiuH trees rt One) on 'Cancer a Sewntew tress. and orzw'httI
( tttend counseling prnfram by MMT ei i>-iiio Tk. twwt .xt dUnowl >

thief all current Mil hart beta Tear Re Sam potDr. Henley." Denham predM \Dr J. Thomas Writ and will be \\ yarn relume at your fa mite out Joor beau)' ipot with Lest.d*h with.vvrjKHM Uw .ph.will anent MV*.of UM Muuft for a IIr hiMMut br*..>
/ dated, that lit to able to bold personal vu.ti with tlldlorl""ilvand'OIIrthint..hcmd fresh sod
Mil He also at the general teadon by tir oxen lmmmminm domit thi* sound worth gettwg lot?
hiving trouble cUttng tress. t ",,"WI'" talked on "1M4 the faculty member who fnst tad cae-tnart th* ideal time for a cool, refreshing: glut of beer. In !Ie_ up
children. : 'lilt 0.._ d.
who hal guaranteed their
peopt paywent sods Aniljwi' and ThmiM fact 'fJ'J"" name )our rtcrtnion-n mnung, hiding, or Jut S nanH ..
atUt CN-I sectioned 1 link
f pound
George* beipiul Marrut. OvQ Defense cJ: ataHeng. M "The 1 witchtfif TV-tad chances art aottunf a the world firs quite .1 cup Fkinda .......1\&Ioa. Vtoorio supssar MUMgea
Why U tt that tanMrrnw I* M uwtOaihrtr.Tow cbvtdecl
'---ti_
Director In Oadadm County rev Graup dleruialai were YI
of hour
full
quelled that O:: be paid t. the on Publte Education.* Sprcknt I 1'1w.-dl good worldni fur truth la a field familiar gnus of leer k aIM t pieenrable reminder that T. MtOoa *...*.*.. cwt *ff peel clad and round, spiral talk.

GENTS dub tit tilt txpeiue Incurred -wars Walter James, Puklle ,Health ,eI work that la Ml vertrowded. **lire la| land of oenonal freedom-that oar right to enjoy |r ::.w-=. nmtvt whiu ding.mow.
during Hurricane Don Director American Cancer fe any Cut aloof ol each
Tht Board agreed to pay the defy, New York Qty Dr rash! I Ira tad ate; rf we an Mire* b jwt one,bet an npomat one, o/ ,noses from .vuuU to ..... W eor* RMMW. awUiai ajr act-.

ameunt burnt. Florida Committee en You might a* well laugh at thoe pcnootl freedom Mr heed to avian juice from bait Add Mbtitiiwal snags Jules
Chairman of thi Board Fred 'Smoldng and Health." yeuneU at times else! it Mc Mry to (..k. 1 crop Boil HUMMM n H cup of the .,....
; evtrymi
Shelter asked Commiailoner Dr. Margaret E. Wild Cal_ doe*. III Iidae roes '11'1t5 fa o nth rtlultioa )wk to lam ..,!ht. nr.L a ....... rncom and seek,

Woodward for a report en Lake ,vtlle, spoke en "Planning Your "I'IN lUll have enc. .....1IIft. ( suns IlU1R&S ASSOCIATION tonMfif,nUll elutes H mtd_brown...., about 10 annuls, htoaawhil* -h N
Ttlquin since the undetlrald Bolt [Own Program M Suit Your Com I At alghl .hiteand IACpe tup Junc w. eutar and eds rsen. bens to a
.* wear Mnefcing ants WQ sot try: we aced ale C a.sat t9s vaua east..... Rdura hrat; add MM** ____ and nmnwr **rj featlf
had beea killed. He aid thew.elct.d mimlttei Need* cress sheets oily at intenec .... It ee.rsa late I -- Dram .outs aid
of ruts wen 'Uti* HM." Dr. w. F. Lade. 4lr an gave liana n eouM save your IIJI" -ita.; ... arrango on platter with Mao**


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Bernard TaylorIn Arnett Chapel Lions To Meet Jackson Heights !Pine Bloom MB Infant Simmons Dies A&M Playmakers Graveside Rites

Open SeasonThe Graveside rite for Ceorgn
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Field CourseFORT Church NewsService Panama CityThe Recreation NewsBy : Church NewsThe Graveside rites for Infant Wooden was conducted from Whit
Shelly Simmons was conducted In Florida A and M University Cemetery, White Georgia\ SUE-:
LEWIS, WASH. AHTNCT at Arnette Chapel A Carter-Parramore Lion,, Timothy lAne Deaconess Board will sposon the Ml Calvery Cemetery: Roberta Playmaken, Internationally day, 3 p.m October 18. He died III
Army Pvt. Bernard L. Tnylor, 22 ME. Church will commence with and Rosewald High Bulldog from I Midget Football aeaana openln a benefit dinner, Friday evenIng : svllle Community. The end came, known group opened II* season, Gretna, Tuesday, October 13, following
inn of Mr. and Mr*. Perry Taylor Sunday School 1:jo a.m with Panama City will resume pla y, Still Delayed.The In the caletorlum. An Invita. Monday 10 a.m. In the Gadsden Thursday night October the 15th an extended Illness. A nat
Route 2, Box 130-C, Quln!')'. Supt. Joseph Long Sr., In charge Friday evening October 23, a t midget football league don It extended to the public fa) County Hospital for the Infant. In the Charles Winter Wood Theater ive of Georgia the deceased
Fla., II participating In Exercise All teacher are urged to be on liardon Memorial Field. Th await opening of their season attend. The survivor are: Raymon with "A Raisin In the ,Sun." moved to Gadsden County several
COULEE CROSS a field training timeRev > game I* the top attraction in the which to two week behind schedule Choir 3 will present the Rev Simmons, father, and Mrs. Lili I' Member of the cast Included year ago where he was employ.
I exercise bold at the Yakima Fir- A. II. Hunter will be In Big "9" North Conferenoe II due to late arrival of equipment James Bush, well. known mlnistei.:: tan Simmons mother. Evelyn Delore Maahburn of Chattahoo- ed a* a farmer and timber worker. -
ing Center, Yakima, Wash., endIng charge of morning services, assisted both team are tmderfcated and Game this week will again: from Panama City, Sunday, 3 p. Simmons, sister and Mrs. Agnes chee and Deloret Wilson of Tal The survivors are: Robert
In mid-October. by Reverends W. A. Camp. will be scrapping for higher post depend largely priori whether or Zanders, grandmother lahassee. Wooden Panama City, brother,
Taylor it being training) battle bell, and Carrie Jackson The JunIor lion and recoglnation. not, football equipment will arrlv m.The will Mr*. Mamie Stateman, Greens
Southwest Singers n
tehnlquea-and tupport activitiesunder Choir will be In charge of The Carter-Parramore Lions ed In time. At the present wehave sor a benefit : Sunday spa The span of life I II too short for This It the season for shot-off and Mr- Bessie Reid Qultman,
simulated combat condition music at both morning and evening will resume action following a all of the helmet and a 2 p.m. at Salem program Elemental-: any man to learn enough to brag toes and feet and tome hunting Georgia. Slmma-J ackaon Funeral
during the day and night ex- service, break In schedule The Invading: portion of the shoulder pads and school. about. accident deaths Home In charge.

ereixes, Supervisor of the Junior Missionary Panama City Bulldog: fresh from pant.. There have been a bad Regular services commencingwith
Taylor entered (the Army last Society, Mrs L E. Evans a 1J-7 victory over Penxacolai order on the other portion of the Sunady School will be held A
April completed tonic training announce that the group will Washington High Tiger will be equipment which should arrive Sunday
at Fort Jackson, S. C,, and is meet at 3 p,m, In the Church going[ all out to retain their unblemished any day.

assigned to Battery C, 2d Battalion Stewardess Board 2, will meetIn record. Coaches and players are anx Antioch ChoirTo
of the 77lh Artillery, regularlystationed the church basement, 4 p.m. The last week standings found bus to don pads so that they may irV"t4.TEI
at Fort Lewis Wash. Mrs Ethel Begun: and Mr. Florence both Rosewald and CarterParramore evaluate the team under pressure
He I II a 19t>0 graduate of Alia Brown entertaining tied for second place The The enthusiasm l among all teams Entertain

pulgu Ga. Mt. Morlah HighSchool ACE. League will commenceS ,record showed a 2 .. 0 placing\ Is running high, all coaches are :
and was employed by before the p.m. Joseph Long Jr. In charge ,Since Panama City won over talking championship, however a Qulncy Choir Union One will
Gadsden County Hospital :
Mr*. W. M. Long Sr Directress Pensacola, the standing show 2-4 more positive picture will come hold It* musical program Sunda
entering the Army. Evening worship will begin .t for C.-P. and 34 for Rosewald. after the first game. commencing 3 pm. from Ant loci h
6:30: pm Sunday School Board Both teams faced one common Thursday game schedule I II as Missionary Baptist Church
Mt. Zion PB meets Monday 6:30 p,m. Official opponet Pensacola. The result follows depending on arrival 01 sldent Emory J. Grooms
Board meet Tuesday 7 p.m. are as follow: Carter-Parramore equipments: At 5:30 the Businessmen tea that full representation Prey 1 and Nov. 3
Church NewsPrayer Prayer meeting Wednesday 1:30: ( defeated Pensacola: 22-14.there: Wildcats will play the Sykes anticipated from all twelve y e. wear a flower
p.m. Junior Choir rehearsal Wednesday Panama City eliminated Pensa Fine Foods Tigers and at 6:45: The host choir 1* making I
meeting Thursday evenIng 7.30: p.m. Senior Choir cola 13-7 In Panama. Slmmi and Jackson Lion will entertain for a large Influx of linger and I
at 7.30: p.m. rehearsal Thursday 7,00 pm. The Panama-Qulncy aerie resume the Betsey Yellow Jack visitor In attendance to the meet, ,
Sunday morning Sunday School after two year laps. The ets. Ing. The buslnes session was heldat ..t. I Show you voted t and are proud of it '
beginning at 1:45 am Deacon rivalry between the two schools Antioch on Tuesday eveningAn 'f It milt I .
King 1* asking everyone to be on National NFAConvention extends over several year' They Saint James Invitation Is extended to the Remind others to vote too.
before attend.
played a state conference lubllc to
time.Morning service will began at Held fa* organized. The competition
U a.m. The Junior Choir and has been very keen and Is expected Church News
Junior ushers! will serve. The Richard Anderson a member to be Just that Friday evening Lunchroom .
pastor Rev. Jeremiah Gee, {Sr., of the Quincy "A" NFA Chapter ,since so much u at Hake for the Thursday evening 8 p.m. weekly
will deliver the message attended the :30th National NFA winning eleven. prayer service will be conductedwith MenusMONDAY
The senior choir li on programIn Convention held In Atlanta, Ga., Both team have been scoutedwell Rev. Ora M Bridge In THE VOTE THAT COUNTS
on October 48, 1964 century most state retained
the union at 3:00: p,m. Sunday. most especially C.-P. Lions charge
Junior choir rehearsal Tuesday While there he participated In The visiting team will feature Its MJ'II. Katie M. Baker will entertain I OCTOBER 21 Wear a flower on Election Day ai evidence you voted and property qualifications-sac1
evening at 6:30. Senior choir will the talent content and won 3rd much respected passing attack at home, Stewardess Board All Meat Stew with Vegetables are proud of it-and to remind others to fulfill their civic! to a* own Virginia 25 acre where of settled a man Ian had
began at 1:00: p.m. All member place on the national level and while the C.-P. Lions can strike 4. All member are expected to Tomato Slices responsibility too, before the poll close Nov. 8. or 500 acre of unsettled Und-
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of both choir. are asked to be was given a heck In the amount by air or land. The Lion ground attend. Visitor! are welcome. Buttered Potatoes Th s.'s th s suggestion "i the or required a certain Income tot
I IUnion of WOO.) Richard supervised The first quarter conferencewill Cheese Biscuit or Muffin Society of American Florists ". .
present Staring I I. most effective, with the lifeblood of our sys a man to be able to voter.
farming program consist of: support of the stout forward wall be held Friday evening 7 p. Butter which If cooperating in the national I tem of government," says the In the Election of 1836 whei
MeetingAt Hogs-meat, 2 heads; com, one- The Chattahoochee "Choo- m. Presiding Elder C. T Sykes Prune Spice Cake non-psrtlssn "Get Out American Heritage Foundation a switch of 2,000 you would
fourth acre; home garden, one- Choo" Hardy Jackson has filled In charge: All auxlllries are requested Milk The: :-" campaign sponsored "it the participation of have given Van Burnt the election
half acre and .weet potatoes, 1 I. position well at fullback. He Is to make complete written TUESDAY, OCTOBER M Foundation Herltag* citizen in electing those who over Harrison, individual]
AiitiochThursday acre sharecroppcd. joined by another townsman, Ed- report : Creole Uver 1 as a public service run our government flic our became much more aware of
Also considered ,however, Is ward "Mr. Ed" McMillon. Mc- Supt. Jullou Davie announces Steamed Rice In the interest of better gov taxes make .. affecting\ the power of their vote. Th
afternoon, S Miss ernment.In livelihoods
p.m. Waldolf Salad our and shape the 15th: amendment
the activities In which giving the
leadership
-lillon offensive end, and defensive that School will
Sunday
commence
Viola Britt will entertain at home.VlsUoJ'll of the kind
many area of
Glazed Carroll country world In which we and Negro the right to vote, passed
the member participate while tackle. He team with 9:45: a,m. All teacher and
up pupils local retail
and member of the Sunshine florist associations, our children will live
In with the
taking vocational agriculture. During Edward and Emmltt Tri- to time. Enriched Bread ... : com
Band Grant are urge report on affiliated with the Society, areproviding .. plots elimination I ot
Mrs. Little Wood will entertainat his tenure of enrollment In bue outstanding end, The Davis The morning worship service Butter I fret flowers at or qualifications greatly increase property
home, West Hardon Street vocational agriculture he hal served boys, Elton and Cavern are expected will commence at U am' Rev.A. Milk tear polling< places for wearing I the size of the vote.
members and visitor of the .Sen In the following leadshlp capacities a* usual to preform at R. McClockton Pastor In WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER M by early morning voters. k Also in the 1870'
Ion Missionary Society. The affair : Secreary to the total NFA :lop speed. Willie Ray Smith and harge. The Presiding Elder C. Spaghetti with Cheese and Meat Whether you get! one at the attemptedto get individual women
will begin 7 pm. Thursday. Chapter, first vice-president and Rudy Stephens have been doing T. Sykes will deliver the mess- Sauce states to ratify their right to
Supt. Parthell Galney announces at present secretary to the NFA 'their part In stopping the opposlt-age a the morning service. Buttered String Beans vote, although it wasn't until
that Sunday School will commence Stale Association, and twice a I Ion. Several key block were Evening worship will comm- Glazed Carroll UI UIpolls 1920 that
B:30 a.m. All teachers are urged delegated to the NFA State Con .irown by these lad. nee at 6 p.m. Plain Muffin versa'
Butter I
to come on time. Pupils are urgedto vention. Earl "Hurry" Murry and Rose- Mrs Alice Fleldswlll entertain
come prepared to make a contribution The convention was attended by volt Simmons' shows geat promise at member ot Stewardess Board Milk Fruit Jello'
to the discussion of the delegates from fourteen southern *. Both are back In the Lions 2, Sunday' at 4 p.m.Official .
THURSDAY OCTOBER: M .
"lesson. Antlorh Senior Choir will tales board will be held Mon.
victory
attack. Much depends on a Fried .. .
entertain! Quincy Choir Union One Richard Anderson along with : for the Lion a* a win would day evening at 7.30: p.m. All RIce Oven with Gravy Chicken \:;;,: : .:4::"'.
Sunday at S p.m. The Y.WA will other NFA ml'mbrJ'llIIal acconv move them Into second place behind Stewards and Trustee are asked "
meet I .m. at the home of Mrs puttied to the convention by Mr. Lincoln ot Galnfsvllle The 10 meet. Plans for the conferenceyear Tossed Salad "And wry rot count In
Katie r1. Thoma All member David Wyche Sr., local adviser Gainesville team must face two will be aired.Hospital. Peach Slice the 1960 Presidential election,
Biscuit and Butter only
112,253 of almost
to attend. for the Greenville NFA Chapter votes901
are expected common opponent FAMU and .
Peanut Butter 69,000,000
and by Mr. L A. Marshall, Slate Lincoln of Tallahassee. Report Milk Jelly and at a local florist shop or winner from castMwparst.ed loser less
Council Tdvlser for the Florida Association from own garden,
your wears than "
PTA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 on* yoU per precinct.
NFA. Admission > October 13 through School Choice flower proudly on Election Day History discloses that VerMont
Sam Jones Jr.Course October 19 (Dates Inclusive) to signify you exercised your became the first state to
Holds MeetingThe Coach HoltReceives COLOBKD; right to vote, the Society adopt universal manhood suffrage.

monthly meeting' of Cadi- Finishes Diane Llghttoot, Mary Pierce, Contest Ends suggest: Until well into the next I
bra County: P TA. Council met Award Sheila LaKay Simmons, Louise I
Browning Quincy; Pinkie Morris Amicaei of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority _
Sunday, 4 at Steveni Elementary
School p.m. FORT KNOX, KY (AHTNO- Catherine Walker, Emma Lee Inc., closer their Financial
President Joseph Congratulation are In order to
Roberts presiding Coach Charleston Lee Holt, head Pvt. Sam Jones Jr, ton ot Mr*. Andersen, Havana; Earlene Hoi- Drive for Underprivileged Children Nation's PTA's Ask:
Flossie M. Jones, 801 Jefferson II., Slather Lanier Greensboro
The President report that last coach Carter-Parramor High E. ; Sunday with a Baby Contest
St., Quincy, Fla., completed I Anna Patterson, Sneadi; Bertha at Antioch Baptist Church, Baby
undllYlll1l'etlnl( wa the best yet School On October 17. 1964 diirng
with full representation of all the half-time activities at his all eight week reconnaissancecourse Law, Chatt; Baby Girl Rollins, Contestants and Sponsors were I
tchooli In the county which also former Alma Mater he becameone at the Army Armor Cen- 'David Lee Williams, Gretna; Margaret Sheila Baker, Andrew Well, Ruth Join
Included sate principals of the proud recipient of ter Fort Knox Ky.. Oct. 18. Drew, Jerry Williams, Mid J. Black Jacqullne Gordon, Darlene Help Children
A progress report ot Regional the Alonta Slagg[ Memorial Medallion During the course Jones rewived way. Bowers and Sharon Proctor. ,
P.TA. meeting which convenled for outstanding contribution Instruction In scouting BIRTHS Sponsors: Amlcaet Willis L. Jor-
In Quincy recently was given. to the Athletic Program of patrolling and collecting movement Murry and Diane UghtfootGirl dan. Candalsy lAnier, Lucy N. I 0
Vital Information Will given byperson Bethune Cookman College. The Information of enemy troop October 14. Gilliam, Hazel: Wells, Katie M. Membership Offers
attending the meeting Mate! ws presented by his former The 21-year-old soldier entered Arthur and Pinkie Morris Girt Thomas, and Essie Woodherry.
The president expressed his coach Rudolph "Bunky" the Army In June 1964 and October 15.I Winner were a* follows: First New Challenge
thank also in behalf ot the council Mathewi During hit college: completed basic combat training I Eddie and Earlene Hollla .. Boy Andrew Wells; Second, Darlene
for the reception given by the career, Conch Unit wn nominated ,at Fort Jackson, S. C October I8. towers; Third Sharon Proctor; PT A'* throughout the nationare
entertaining president, Mr. The- and received trophy for He attended Carter-Pantmor : Wilbur. and Catherine Walker Fouth, Jacqullne Gordon; Fifth, offering\ a challenging new
Ima K. Robinson I of Steven t Elementary : Most Valuable Player" on the High School Boy October 11 I Sheila Baker; Sixth, Rutha Black. Invitation this fall to membership A
School, and Principal W. football t.am. Accompanying! The Amlcae Group wishes to In an orgsnlsation that
A. Campbell. Accompanying! Coach Holt to Card of ThanksThe I ClarkeJohnsonMrs. thank the public for contributions works for all children and

Special mention I I. given to potions Daytona was Mr. John A. Will. Annie M. Clarke, announces donated for this effort I youth.
With In the PTAeomes
contributing refreshments. lams also an Alumnus of BCC family of the late Mr*. the marriage of her daughter, membership
The next meeting of the council Lucinda Thomas wishes to thank Debris. Voncella Clarke, to Mr.I The annual Kiwanis Freshman part In an activities to take
will be held the Third Sunday In The first annual Greater Tampa each of you for the wonderful Vlllls C Johnson. The marriage Football Classic Charity Game be- I I attack the problems designed that most to
November 3 p,m. at Salem Elementary Boat and Sportsman' Show will ards, t.II'iI'In.nd flowers dur- taken place October t, In Bainbridge -1 tween the freshmen team of the critically) affect! children' welfare -
School GreensboroProf.. be held on March 10-14 196.In Inc our recent bereavement May Ga. The couple resideat University ol Miami and the University [ today.
Lester Black and Salem PT.A. the new J3: million Curtis Hlxon God Blest each of you. their home 120 South Eighth of Florida will be held In Ssys M J'II. Jennelle Moorhesd,
host., Ccstventioc-hall. The Thomas Family. Street, city. I the OrangtBowl Halloween Night. president of the National Congress
of Parents l and Teachers:
"The scientific, technological,
and social revolution of our i
.. time make It more imperative $:' a' ,,r4ya'tY4S
than aver that child j ( ns
every tae (8 ro.v y
4
reins the highest advantages In l+h e
IS FOR physics, mental, social, and c ,, vsAteftiba
spiritual education."
Still she notes, "nowhere tot
even in the most favored community q
are all children served
:i well or equally well."
if P That's why the National PTA
f PRINTING. Action Program for the coming
three yean is to be planned and
wntttn by PTA leaders and ? ,' a
member throughout the nation
-with counsel from leaden of
Pa
other organisations that share, 6 ,
In some measure,the PTA's concern
for children and their .&-

fart Th.. itirirectiani for PTA activity
LETTER PRESSand will: be flexible enough:

Mrs. Moorhemd believe. M that
"every community can benefit
by the broad experience represented
In the ,.rant-t char vision program threat* chil dais, directing attention to th*
movement* dren' moral and spiritual wi Deed of children and offering
She see PT A'a a* "uniquely :rivJI a array the seasoned leadership Mede]
qualified":: to pinpoint each com morie-golnc: to cqualiM and Improve terriee
munity': ; need for lenricei to like the one conducted by the to thou children.
children-and to help neat Valley Area Council of PTA'a That' th challenge Implied
Ij. theme seeds elreeNnl y. \la Ohio -a two-year effort tovMnf 'f. every inrlUUon. Join the
: OFFSETSales Do children far Inadequate twarlr 1.000 parents PTA.-
school facilities The PTA nay' and students la the) Cutannati If* an tovitatios Wing offered
work to secure funds for sew area-and soaks their views this fall bv nor 47,000
buildings, coring like the *tr- know U producer and dlstnb- local PTAs la th'-National
Ht-t cllor association In Ga,.- Congran of Parents and Track
lord. Michigan which wnsj eommunit .ton.t= trowing vul hi 'yeB' accepting the invtta*
; Literature Letter Heads tr = support tf a 1960.000 Ear too tics Bullions of Amman will
vend bant. respect fr lav and individual And many svennn *f service t*
-Do children from deprived liberty TVe provide MainiM children. Through suck sere"
families fall behind In school 1 kelp* parents the but.* tee* childrr benefit tmmrasur
Business FormsSii1" for lack af eneoursceinmt wpportwtty for developing lf-4inpliiM lachlldre Mr IB physical and emotional
to study PTA's, and Bnocnrtanding better health, spiritual strength, and
tall establish a study center like what la involved ai *afefuardmf good
that formed by ChmcVs South Individual rights and "Wit coneehidrwt than
Tags and Labels east Council of PTA's. which Uaertfca. And PT A'a to coatmwUtleei ever Mora growing to suttari
provide boob and desks and lam and ...u pre. ty, Yrs. Moorheaif paints wit."sear .
..... student tutor from the vide a forum for bmtfiag to- dedicated parent and
earby I'oivtnlty of C IcagwDe goober parent*, .adnraton, reUCtov teaehen. tha* mr befcr are
Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service raireat atari** *r eU- leader* sod em* .eV needed ta UM PTA.*


627-7649 IhE old y'll1e Words of the Whet, yhF O LTr

I co >(vary maw aaa a right t*
W eooMiUd tam be It too
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Household Hint

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X **MU Wdreom win tpptar .
15 South Madison Stit,t Oar agate there b proof larger and tea chattered a the Mae ems .. longer live Vy

I that politics i.M.t* o.t'ewwbed >rea4 i* tvttd stout oat tread) aloei*-a* tint have a'
Lisp *f all carter* the MM solar aa tie welt Ionti& cari.r ..


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GADS DEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCT. FLORID, AY' OCTOBER X C IM4 MOB FIFTEEN


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I CLASSIFIED ADS ABC ,, dri,1".1011)"-.' ihi' (w.ot Illl)0515'15'W.feat,,,.,,.1")hones' .) Bins.asd bun-run. I Best Formula for Clean Carpets I I r-SALMON WAFFLES

{I North KI hIy-nlns d.r*oe eav -,_. --
.oroen mlnulM Weal (N 1111
\\"> one hundred (IM) feet lih 0
FENCEINDUSTRIES K.n aide of Stats Road No. Who shampoos carpet beat? You Thanks to new technirur.and 11,11r
'I 1 S* home noilthwwlerly aloni In th. horn. ,
: methodal you can shampoo your farpcta lately, yes
I the rlihtofay 1 of aald reaon < aaily. cfTpcti y, without bringing in outaidrra and at an fl.
.
i1LIEl I ; trniha hundrtd Hall fifty-five font theme and nine East trembly I low coat Thi moan your carpet will wear longer
,
; Iwo hundred ninety and ihlri) Regular ear make the --"
fire hundredth ".*.n) fet Soak
ihampooinr ID th
oust *
KBNTt Ono .. thru, North Too hundredr.nc
FOB lira* kdi oiikerne run I
Cr 141 00. one two ked iwo and ono lenili | I I1) long run Th* trk-k I is In undcntandtnf >
room kerne for $ r Pont : NO r.n. M the point of heilnnllil, th* kind of dirt gOe.q.q
with pohab.4 'II"rr.. ,. tinbalk : A ..nuliiln* One and t" fnty.fit"* for carpet dirt lan't Ju.t dirt. O
and kltehe* and all mat 1 Mndrrdthe (I.ID stun in or* or Thr'a aurfar litter-thlnn
.,. ....."1.".... T B rlstrba 1I !1.- Huld land t>.lnt all of lx>n Ik. hair. r..linea and ,+
Or..n.Nf.. Fla, Phone HI I. I MONEYDOWN lour If) and part or Ixiia Five Piper 4I
III! *r HI I HI! :I,1. Kit Itt, $*vn IT), Klaht that Uy ito t"io A carpet .'
11) and Nine HI of Blmk I One .weeper ; picking i
FOR RENTS Room to Tint ItPrivate ," or Nina (I) of the Orlilnal them up Then thtrt't duit
Horn I.",., realdrntlaeectton 1
Cistern Kitenilon of lbs Town
101 N. ltd It.. Phoni, I of Havana. Florida. All of thl And gritty dirt, Lk. land and
MAIn t-1174= aid land bang a part of the mud. A good vacuum dwnur
-------- -- I 1 I.H: half llell of Ihe HouthMet will remov this kind of dirt

'lu.rter (*E ) of the HoutheaetHBI *
I | Carpet irMao1 I* th. wont
I UP TO 36 MONTHS ( ) quarter of Hertlon T.."- kind of dirt. It U !loft cm lbspurist.
FOR BENTMEXICO
: TO PAY : i.NV" h.IJ::. .r'br: ) Thr.s Wool. fihn hr cooking, tohaooa -

BEACH and b.1r' In lbs Town .1 H.. fume* and Impuiitia
vena, County of Oadiden, and from the outaido. It holds in
VITAMIN and FREE ESTIMATES mate of Florida, toa.lher with
the
I.*** .... IM h. free wafer*. sly alma or other peraonal proper underlying dirt and fortes
Mil*. new I a.._ D..'.. CALL !)' uee f...'.... leplae aeevMuda- HEALTH FOODSERVICE or motel upon which it but a fond ahampoo* .. .- -
Hone lee 00.... Ca..... I Is loted Thirty (10) unite loud In.. luncheon Idea add (Oaked canned l salmon to, ii biele mlp
....... ......... ..... Quirk
bath, p 627.8661 gothor with ,.r. .". all II.lu.. I'e mil If desired) 11'. a delicious *5,51tomhinstins. I
Thrra'a far plain winle ( a
will real for Miuw ... week furnlihlni on lbs place a simple thr*. itrp
lull MAta T-MM er Mill T. liniwn aa hre,.... Hotel In formula for catpat rlnln( .

.1.M.l'OR Fraturlne artlrr-Built glani QuIncy Florida Havana, Florida. that will nooks the shampoos Peat white until tin
tasted aalmnnim Uf
.In It 'eu'vc ne\er
.1 bran fll.d otalnsl you lbs )
I Bards still Alum. Pronto and Il",, ill Court of the Second Jurt inf tank ..ter: p, >aou don't know what but not dry. Drain liquid from

KENT -- Two Bedroom other aid to food hntlth ai I :I > ,|iii I circuit In and for Ueda- swap dailjr. A quick broths plum miaimir. awclilly whun can of nalmnn Into a mlxlM

urnlehed I houe Ele.trl Kllih.n Natural vitamin and food up- 1-- din, c oiinly. Florida In a ce.eyle up with a rarpet iw per, **. the) an sen'eli with a delicious i bowl I Add eit yolks I milk and
A Oil Hut, Lawn. Tieri- Mil plcmcnli by Sthlff Plus Prod- 1i LEGAL NOTICES f arson r*> 'un'K" flavored with and beat until well|
nald F al and Mar ant Fo- sour butter
*
Neighborhood lo.'at.d "n paved i i that \llmlnll oakln the
urli ami Bob llotfntaa (OI)'m- iI movM dirt bcfor U has a *
?lest 4 block from Oeorae W. I mil hii wife, et al, and you ire four- dill blended. Combln (lour,lilt and
pie I required, to ores a copy of your Ghana to penvtrat. rrpt Shampoo over a salmon In a biate
Adillnf
monthhons 101 Wes. king SI. 1-n. I2T.7432 : IN SMALL CLAIM COfUT.OAlWhEN ai:.wer or pleadln to the Complaint >'acuum clean ...'..1,.. Duet foot area it a time. Let lbs wilts mnttur triniform this: baking powder. Add t* until*(l
and beat
on the plaintiff a attorney do the work don'trub mlitur I
yolk
tW evenlna-e. If I FWItIitAORiFFiTfi and ahampoo :
I'llI >ir. Roily dirt down 'Into popular breakfast dish to moo
*. Johnson llarn.lt, KaalWaatilnttnn peep
ISIIRASCI and acruh. It'. aalr :: we11 blndd Flak" and tUr !iseslmnn.
on
!: AIIEV-
)'vR REST NI,. 1 bedroom I Street. Qui".,. Flor- the flhrc. Th. longer It to ubulantlal far*, lultabl for
h."I' Colt MAIn T.ITTO If cr PlalntirGLIXABKTU I Ida. and Ills Ih. I.ln.1 snswsror them, thus deeper It ictUra th* you and the carpet, too Lt lunch or luprar Sorvad with a Fold In beaten i||
pl.adlnt In the lltflr5 0' the the shampoo ant then vacuum
foil REST Kurnlnhed/ Apirt RADIO : HAMILTON: "Ior" harder It ia to remove, .1111: the loanad green aalad the waffle mhitea.Trehrit.
of lb.
Circuit Court
I r>rf>ndanNOTICR < on it rul th. dry. and maka a quirk wo .
Itient located *t Edo K Wanhlnftreel >"r bffoi Ihs I* day ot Novambei moo l Ithm.Shamp.0 aauc waffl baker to m
ton Contact Mra Harold aad IX HKRKHY llvn U* kind to your tar..tIr.,1. ale nnmlral' and nutrltloua niralprattr -
.
A P ll l of thebolter
tolc dlum 1'our about 1
"far. cup
tf TV BCBV1CE thai I, litho W Kdwardn. Kherll a peat. \ You'll find it moat
ppvt. 'fll.
nhnne rewirdini
It you fall to do aa, a Decree tno It'* the .lalmnn of
,
of Uiilidrn C uniy. HorM. undrr pot ft*** ailhrroa utr.fc evenly over the trldaj
Pro Confeeao will ba taken :o'I' not only to your that ..Id. not o,11l1avor :
... and ky virtu of a Writ olIIIWUIIOB tl\U"'.
It.. An ', dimming the
o : huratofora Kiu.d out aialnet you for th* relief d5munAnO pur**, but to your pr of and rotor but protein to the Itik* until light |tM* out and]
..... sad Model In leg In thus dirt Vacuum *
th rot
at tha ab00050 ulled rourt Intha Complaint mind. You'll ;your reward thrrwla bland walHn. Try It, ..In. slops iteamlnf. Carefully
AUTO HAUIOI feKICOMPHONM I above ilyl.d naui*, hava 1.,> haled Ihla II day of October, then aharnpoo.lla in. the briihtn of \ will and
FOR RENT 1114 at gulncr, Uadadan Uounly ** your far- and jrou'll hoes another family remove sotto
MAIa T-4TM (7 led, altuata upon the, lying following and being prop.InUadidtn r. Florida.ftFAI. s dotergont.hompno In pet You'll know it pow. h*< favorlt to count on when Urn tlnu to hake rtmalnlnf battes.Makes ,,

SUNDAY'SRADIO County, Florida, towlttma : ( .) on. of the ww ipplicator/ auras your carpet wiU wear I I. llmlttd. four 4-tUvn wiffloa. ,
IIM Ford Two l>oor 81- Kdwln Bane with t foam |nn. ryst4n ionger.
Modrra 2 Bedroom unfurwWeed Clerk of Ircult CourtOadeden SALMON AFFLKS or U _UOI\I.
I
4 T. .... ilea 'I' don, ID Number AtAUIIH(7,

Apartment. Located UDupki 1stwout a.tt.NeaLEON "Of Florida Tat Number By Xliry County B Mor.Florid eUeputy I pits, ...p.r.t.tt.A SOUR CREAM lAVa
I tl-tlll Till. number aoalh7tAs
al Til W. Wanhlngton.Within the properly ef the shuns Ole, kJOHMHON pound ran MlmnNIS Combln 1 cup commercial
named defendant .,4 hot nn the 1IARNETTAttornera Ten Pounds Of Patience cup milk
"*lkln( dlalano* olihopi Ird day ot November Illl, b.. for Plaintiff la rup nii>lt4 butts tour cream and 1 teaapoon dry

Mod and church tween the heist hours of eale Sit Jack A. llarnatt I flipS all purpoi floor dill weed or 1 tableepoonrhopptd
Keel We.hln.lon Illreetgulncy
aamely eleven clock In the
frisk dill heal vr
,forenoon and two o',.I oi.lt In the Florida I li Uaipoon nail
Call 127-7111, during buidneM afternoon, on eald day, at lbs 6:... II, II, II. Nor. I It 4 teaspoons baking powder .IIIImtrlnr water.Mnaqullne .
MOBILE HOMES ('door of the Court Ilouaa ,In Quln- MOTH:

hour, or 1274214, after I p-u. toy Oadeden County, Florida, I NOTICR III UKREBT GIVEN
will offer for sits and roll I ta
Salt Carrie I t. who .
THAT Handy
UNrts. we.lontliled
bidder I for la.h In
ESl1JrtV oho hand hliheit the abo\e deicrlhed property In Ihs Circuit Court of into Fall I
I Fight Mosquitoes I
N.w Moon. VarUtl 1 aa the property of sold aa. ilednden ( ounty. Florida, at the I
>.
s4YG4 Gardner. Concor Stewart. fondant. to eatlafy said !LONu "J'"I.' 'off.n.e term thereof.of re.elvln A. I alolea till

4J4e % Mict claan Uid Trallara Ions Olbn Kdvarda. RherlffOadnden I prop rely and n ., ,ed th r.ror 1
I' and 10' WldW I Ciunt> S.lda in flea tal ,.... probation will !
MllfJg iktll "' *'. II dt apply for clemency' In the male M hI
a
trad for furnltur 01 ; Board of P.rdone, Tellehexe !
OTIC'"TO" 'npI'IToRI'I..oItIl'A ; Florida, al lie nil reiular meatIn }!
anything ol *alu IT"''''' 11:14I" : *. I i7r1
the Court 01 the Counly Iundp ()""...
Wa Kara KOOL SEAL I Judos. Oad.do" Cou"" Florida IAppll.aotiIt ..
In I'lnhol.I" .-., U II II I 1
|ton)'V.IDS. IIh Wait::"T Apartment Waihlniton Ion'tr..l.rent U. S. 10 V t mil moat .t ,.: Ealnto orFHEL SUTll'11"1 (
: K. BENJAUI:
{Call MAIn T-7111 from t-l. If Talquin Inn. I I>.e..e. .ealed bid will ha received w T/\f11Q.

ITO All Credltora sod PerenniHavlni by the Board of County I' ..nml.- i 'i I 10 .
Tallinn.**. Florida Claims or Demand lon.re of tladeden County Flur-
Acalnet I K>I4 Salute Ida up I* I.01 atliwk A. M: Tue. I
1212 WM Tnn4*. i \ou and each of you Ire hanky day, Novambar i. Illl on tha ::LrA' : '
FOR RENT notified and required I* pre folluwlnc II.ma for u.. by the 11 1 .
Phone 222-1511 sent any clalnia and damandi Road and trldt. liepartment fora
which you. or cither of you, may all month porlod kailnnlni November
hays sgslnnt the .1.1. 0' Prod I. ".<:
It. B.njumln d........, lata 01 1I.n'. Normal Portland ('..".
Office SpaceAir Plumoina fixture*. ClactricalSuppllea. I Hid Count,. In the jaunty Judge erne II dot I.... <'laaa A Mill 1 V alar Sonny lax't.... t.. young *rtmir.r* on a trip to the i; ..

Pip and Filling of Oadedan County, riurlda a.1hi. Item I. Concrete pipe In I foot nitltut for Muecla I>laaa., a major rawirch center in New
*fflr* In the rourt houaa of lentth 11.1"'..".. T U fork City sponsored by Muscular Dystrophy Associations of
Walar Healer. TII. Board aM Liunty at Qulniy, Horldllhln gu"te dallv.red and yaid : .
Conditioned al. calendar months rom .11,05 0" Ibs fuilowing .11.a: America. Th plrtur* ihown oboes I U from a documentary Aim. Mr'
Caa and Oil Haatara the lime of the tint puhlluatluif lb", II". It". $5". 50". "Ten I'ouncli of I'atlenca whirl' drtmatlie the ...", pl.. soil;;;{ .1t.

BUILDING thin notlra. Two cuplre 41 and 4," nflnltaly I painataklnf I Inmtlgatlon I needed to loins the problem .
WILCO each. claim or demend ehall l bIn I All list". muet ha of nuallly.qua of muarular I dyitrophy, Th* elm I* .btlnr ihown by TV it at Ion i
ROCCOPIPE ..,llIn.. and ahall slaw the ) In nr nMier than Florida throughout th. ...untryl" connection with MDA A'* annual fundraising s
Isis of realdenc and of KiMle Road
Lwiiarlmant
Utilities Furnished '' post Mpaclfl- I
tics addre of th* claimant I and .allonii drive th* Mirth for Mwtklar pitrepk

Will Alt.r to Suit ....11 ha sworn to byaotVnpenlMl Ihs claims Itlda are I* h* .."t to the ef.g'ulmy .
& SUPPLY CO. snt hls nt, or 0ttorn.r and lbs of '
Your Netd by a flllnt too of Flo/lrta/ and" clearly
44 YEARS OF SERVICE Ions dolls' and such ,'I.lm 0' d.. iarked "Healed Uld:' Both Parties Like The Coffee Party
,
mend not ao filed ehall b* void Ihe Hoard ........ lha rlaht w p
APPLY WILSON'SIf T. ThU Arty /./ ),.h., W. Benjamin 10 rein any nr all Hl' Aa ."0111,1. of Ihe loot Will :I'WI'1:11., tlKKK
PHONE 222.I53T and T.nton.n1 ..f Prod 1C Mon. BllAltl UK fOI'NTIf
Oslo S. Monro Blest Jamin dneaardO IHlMMIHMKINKItHIIAIWDRN' :
M JOHNKc.., : 4t>l'NTT. FLORIDA /
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA Aitorney far 11)1'1.) AI.V'5u..tnbe, It aid r.. 1055. ieIF
th million' malarial, aHantlal aiplal*.
III E Waehlnilo 51.4They 'K"'t"IIV..i hy *
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Klorldarirat FUtHlUA ir* kUklnf up Ilielr heal. In That mn that tha lnart
ubllietloa) Ootobar I, IlllOct. STATI'TESIt of Ihe nation caua.jnf rid* can. kill th* moequlloe
CASH II On tha ChrlatmeaKalllnt I, II II. II It the Court of lbs Oountf many part
II....." Ba an Anon WELL DRILLING Judos, ladiden County, Florida, 1SA discomfort for many A merle qulikly, but rMldiM diaippfa
Hepreientailve In your nelih.horhood '' IN TUB IKclIT COLRT <>FTHR In I'nbal"No. i *m, and anfuuih lot sumo. anus ai the Job I II don*.
Dorothy SECOND JIDICIAU C1H- ill/ +5. hotbed. More than Int.for .
petml ever
Writ Mrs KMVntly mnqnltii '
Faalurinf a Cem UlaLin ('I IT UP FLOftlUA. IN AND 1. nosouls, ofNELLIE
,
Martin, P. O. Boa 1341 HHH, [ find that they 14 waltimmir.llsf
.olt unnuiN Co\I'rf. in : M. WILLIS 1r .rT in pldml of enrvphilili. *
of lit A
Oah1sIs. Doming Pump
Tallahaa** Fla. or call CMANCtRTCAHR : ... from moiqulloe anil
It [1 0o. flu, In lloualon. T* aa Thar*, aa
Horn or Irrigation. I hu 1-411 To All Credltnra and Ferevna .J many a* II uanrtd death sits nlihl flying moods* when
lAST A'. HELPER Help oldMania ,IAJI' L. KHJHC llatlna- '. .r flsm.sds U" round
from ileeplni ilckn*** bans Spray pall.n
fill the ate kings In your TERRY-ROSAHARDWARE I PLA.oI1'lrr.: Aialnet Held I:.laie 5 Y J
home. Know e quleltely beautiful VII You and moth .f y u ..* her. 5\ bn reported. In satin ireaawher bulbllnf foundatlnna, shuts
Avon alto In your nelih- CO. CIIERTL REBECCA KlnHT by "ullrl.d 004 .qulrtd Ie peas / m..KiiHn** ar* icrlnuihllh and low lawn and pimps area"*
horhnod. Contact 11I,.. Dorothy 1'k.rl.NUA.NTNOTIfK : : ient any rlalme/ and ,.,nond. h + p htrd, hiimeownen ar. Iliimenwnare who hav yt to
Martin. Avon Minnie. P. O 1421 South Mon_ St whl, h you, o. either ef you, "y t belnf urged to help their iNn let thIs Job done will And that
Boo nil Mill,, Tallahaaa.a. Tits UTATH OF H/ORIDA have nelnet tha ....1. of Nellie
ria of call ....11\1 11 TaUihiMe Florida TUl ClllvHVL: REBKtXA: KIOIIT M Willie, da......., lele ef Nil ooumtl.e.aonlrol this, manar any pfeeiur iprayer ran h*
i Ml-HOT 101 hub .. lion Ill Uouaty, la the t;aunty Judi of Many homeown ara fo|. ikied to MihUy mist with mal)*>
IXiHTi 14 foot boat drifted upI Newtnaa, Wursia (J. ed.. County, Florida, al Itl. e (owing' th* l lost of muntlf1.11ha' Ihlon.: Ih* chamlcal I is conetalnad
my dock, located across from Ton ors .....b' notified that office In lha .urt hoses of eald. 1 effcctlv la well know
In wing pMtlrld many
Hardaaa Kl.h Camp Owner em ,1 a salt for tflvorca boa bee inuly.1 gulm.y. Fl,>rlda. .11 h.I. 4g *
claim boat and pay for .... Cell breuiat aialnet you In the Or. all calendar' monlha ",.-," the Sl -t.1,,. r + elr5y..tmlainin' malalhion to brand lormulalkina vallaMa t.
)Ir. Kmleclk after I 00 pm, 117 ult Court of lad.den ('ount,. line '"f the first puhll 'ellun efhie r '} control mooqultoa*. MalalhlonI bnmownra from total Iti..Ildu.
1177 Oct. 1, I. II It HOMES Florida In thamary by JAMHiU not da, Two r '.nlea of ...4ilalm I Y I Iyr I II eI...... a* a non.pnlilanl rid dealer
KlilllT, and you Ire hereby or demand ehall ba In writ
required In file with the Clerk 01 Ins, and ehall el.ie Ihe piece orealdenc h
FOR SALE I ihe said tourt your written d.. and met efflca .d ,...
renaea peraunally or by attorney, of the claimant/ and ....11 heeworn
HOUSES if any thereto, and to eerva ..puuIhs ta by Ihs "lelm.nl. hi.
: ?
rlulnllffashore.I ..., .
a "pr or atleray and a> ampan.ed TEC Q
FOR IALB .. Brisk Veneer, I- thereof an or before Ihs Ilk day by a filing fa. ef *n* dollar v
'.ar-'ld heuaa. I kedrooma, I 0' November, A. b ".4 and such claim or demand not *o
baths, Loris Kltchaa-btnlnf 1 KlDqsberryoJ. Herein fall not or 1.I.m."t filed shall k* void '.4p..
Room Combined, Patio, Utility willr.M tat..d ...In.. ,0e by Tear MtromAa r ld.
Room Carport. Paved Driveway s .. ....'.trl. af Ik* ,.., Will ) IUta Res
H.. ventral heat Ill N. Rtawart HU Q.I,,',.. T.'.- Gr.enwoodand ..., al aald Court at gulniy, Willie, dweeeed S.. (0001 ucfe0..tqII
fihon MAIn t.1741.fOK Plerlda, this I day ef Oilober, Gardner A Line.Atlitrneye !
D. .....
A. for Ik* Kienlrll: b
lAUCt Hon.* and lei III HEAL) Quincy. nerld _. ..-.
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W. Jatfaraon. Call I 1. W. PNuutP..oonk. kdwln: Boar rural pukllcaiiiiii "" ',.b., II, fill"rt tr M
IIV I1$. tf CLERK OK SAID CCIHT II. It. Nov, t. U ItN Tbl yr dvle-mlnded woman vrywhr ar* *or ln| to 50- 114 SttpNw

Sunset Acres HAL A.. DAVI1IAuon. Ti TtN-TII--; Ihs ltd W In* politkal partof their choioa. AD. however Join

I: J.{.. :t If., I t.11}..1 CUI...., Hank at Law WulldlncHulnty TO MASK'rbP Ar"I.'TI'/ : togs h.rs their approval! ol the ooffe* party, ...... /- known / oewm

CLARK PLEMMONS Plorlda FOR PI"AI. ru*'H" N<>M a. lhs C.aakUU'.Kffklalachl M rr.n 14.
TOR SALE e. Balllerattar. I X Ctct 5. II I!. II 41 ri/HllOA TATI7TE Thr: enowthlnf frkndlr tap of coffe* that etlmulta '
110 ("band) .bort..... ro...., Pboo MAI Mill In Ceart ,.f the Oanty ,...., make* It assist" for jtwpl.s talk .nH .'-
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I IN THK C '("RT 0' TH 1C COrHTT "adedea Co.Mr, dale of think
Line aear. Writ Pisa Boa eever.l"P"Ndl.mannrlb ./. Jl'I1C, OAIMII'KN c1lJ IXTT. FloridaIn "(: ** with our cendldat. I* a.'.Imnwh" tkrl, but

Oadide Ceanty Tlm.a. If STATE OF FLORIDA Probate. .levtlon snot th put twHvo yr ahow that H pack* real
No tree In ,. the .I.'. *f political!
Fug SALE ('oat by lbs ion.): In r* lbs Filata af Vaeml "' ....,_ power.
Cull MAIn 1 700/, lfl UJLA MKAHU; r>ere..... Hew T. Civ A r4lllral CerTe. low?
_. .
: : NOTICE t-..... T* All wham II May t'.......... If you pUi cnffa. for your Uvorll candid!., you will lad w /fir Rory AS0 Mi4I'S

Notice la hereby alf >... .bat Ibsnnd ,isms Nallr A*. kheperd la kr"nir filed!!>hop. final thai that H Ie ... May and pleaianl ...11. First, lWIta.11 paopto OO
>
T V SERVICE ... ... has filed, Ha FinalH4 report aa L..,.",. of Ike Moos to prowls s wnrtbwhil audwne for your busy |ut of honor.Onei pww sw
.... end Hrpofi .* Adnil. ,.f Mamil Aa........., deceaeedIkat 'I h* afraid to crowd your p>**U (o-ihr*s s psyctaloglrsl J faG W
rair 01 the ..t... .! Lola .... filed .lil_ .., 01
.- lta.le AM ..... .. bar e l advanUf for your candidate if yon .....
Mourn, tf n4 and bas ale fit4 final
n.ie f lie Fen,i cm far '-.., .f tnairikmlo will apply diacHarta l* lbs. "and........Ikal",. II Mi T*. All you ..... to ten* to era*.*. cnffa and pan soP.*. Cookie

HACKf RADIO ft and It* aa*>'" aiton for 11..1.... feealy Juda 0' U.d.. Ihs waat b* ddd 'hJ.they *rn | airmiry. Ivt'n" w k5M1e M 0IreA
TV SCRVICK Finns UisaO.... snd Shot ns the lea < "*..,. F'....... i* tke II 1ir'., how,.r. iI aars..ry.54 : b* hnt *nd dvllclnu
ITik day of Mvvenher. Illl at ,tar .f November. Illl foe .*_ For twenty Itrupe plrl, nd of enffa
peapU vs..1wpor
I* M o. lock A. M. m aa N.. l .f .
I icons earn end I" final die.'harca
I.IIu..O ikereatler .. th* i>a4....r... .. Kaeruirla .... Male to Iwo gallon! of water To brw" .sall.nsdfa In a haft f?5If 1sa1w

star ha hound. It o.thi apply toIbs of busmi A............ d.r.so*d. OIl plea racular frlnd coffeo i* a abeam cloth sash. allowing Asirtlr..p.r. t.oda w all
-. roomy, India of .. :1015 1151 ... sf "' ....... I.... for oipanaioo ot ISo ireumia. Tto rloaed aork to kettl T sS uNtn
"''''''', ri"stdu/ .1 hi. laIS. .'la.. A. 5.paed.Kas.elrll ItanrfU. BrlM _.... water to a ...... the* red.* heal belowbo4ll /$ n0ts5oAH

t"sot for appt'.al HwN is of .:?. P1sat rlwMa ", .-. A....ef'._ifc. .d-s.ol.ell oflAnimrit .j and drop (of.. sack ta wler ...... ever low !best Ht toMh4

He..r* and fl..>.n and If a. AI> unm. at......, *(lttln( aavk *gcaaionally,
i (lease *f li-iriknii* .*. f.r 4"la> y w*.. Mk .alldla*
JL. ri.al tnarkarf aa such AdniMI.CITHIxn ,jaim-r. FIsstdaAllwa.
55...., .,. 'w Ss..tot ; -
CAPITAL PUT COKTR01Pval BANK: AND TRCIT krt II. II. ..*. I. II 44 IN TMKTMK C/teLIt '.IRllor'
.IIII"'OfIP Jl'ilsArt I ( 111.
I Ic. 4XJMPANTllf T. t |lt.... 11 TH nwH'iT' 'tt'IIT f,rTM 1.1 IT or nP.IiA 1-4 AND Making the Rounds
Conl TeneN* Ii. TnM Hlir+rAt .V01fIt tfMCIAI, OKrt ..... OAMuss c1.CS&Y I.
...... ... ..* Aammletrel *f tbs Kalat 'T .>r Fir>nir>A IM ANf' I'NASCtlT uM3i U.
lleerk '....a4kee> ... .f iota Hear ........dIngo FOR DArwDi QUt.'IITr. IN MB IntI""r. \
fy ... T..le. r11A.rLRT: "
Call TaUabauo* IT*. ", .....,.. Ftrt4 IH, '.075rRRfs ftMA MITCHCU,.
1 1ISa. AUrya fr A4ail*Mrir WILLIAMS, .1..11..
COLLECT 1 0r5, It Jt !.. Now. I It PIMMiff.J1ao. w. '

HOME MITE III.MM /S! VHS rt"CIT ((* ItT 01' WILUAMd A&.I.I&. nrmicut ef< idealnvrrk.B t we'i'rp.o'
VHS I"ClJIII Jt.DtC1"L ClnI fM554." alNrrTir I ? '
OFFICE 1210" n i IT t > 's n rim THI rrATiop j 1t ,

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c.... "...+ kwi..* pout .*', \ I.IlI' ( BY Fl'KM' AT1OIIU I4MM I* *ekew* kn..v* pf A e+ ,
musts I. .... "*..., Meevee WIUoIJIII JCFFKIUONtMe4ala. r- an Hereby .etlrtedIkat "Il't. w.Iir7M ;:: r1.
rlau1ff.a fee k bans boo 1
1.1 W. Klet *u Pk. 4II-14J1 tl a Mil lvr<* ** ,
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pt,,",LIt f'trJ4L s51NA reset >p "am. ."IIt_ ._rl kr ttm MwHkell...4 tan (\ D euur f! -
ASZT J'IQAJ. car .", ,... ye .ra kerekr *%*.... M W,e,r r BRICK HOMES ,ION wnk Ik* tier *d **I4 Cre -. > <1.r k el eakd r..1Y.., 4' r N .1u5V A
r erlMe* *e .rttl.e *.*f M* W .*y. > Ik* :: b II J01L.
TO K01'U> FOlAl. ... BUI el r.ei.i.. lo aeM Mil *f emettnM. I* ea4 .(..I.; .. fWA. 11.0.?
COMPLETELY FINISHED MAmiAMrr FOUAU k.. ..... *.d f* *erv. a eeey Ikereef e4 <. siren a *ee? |..'_ .. It 110 LOoaBI'SO s'r
wife, vk M ,...**.* N .. Ore.*ry sal Txvle* Al- , Ai .tr* \ :Int: ACMA000.AI"m .
$ 6.39 per Month 25 Years JJ1I ., ..... ..*... .....,* fW Ism ptaltirt. ....... >. lbs PUaHWf krela e, M* b. 50555 APg.-..c.tcA" .
in Trade LMalav OOta VMM a4ree la II Wet ...*. ....,- k Sw- Wee*'ifl**
Accept Old HomM Volt ASS HKitrT mn- $*_ ...-. Weie.f. rivtda *>ne4. < lov PtOTM*. ; : roAre' 1s.
Dtchoinc. Bathrooau. Fist loot a C.m>..ini t* |_ Ml at **<.. W..__ tl. IMIMr *rr* l *<*a kr II, IMI .
ALSO- New 'ta>* a e *na.* sass Ik* f.FiM'Is. .t* fall 554 ** Peiree Pe* M ,... *M *e e |i*.ree r... ee.eM 51545, ,5AP 404 A MIS55s0S
M1q/u Mop.ety lo.slad rates will k* .*le4 .._ < wHI W ....... *.eiM4 ywf Wkluker W A _AIt', 'JrIIWAIS
Additions. Repairs lUeot. .u ... ..
Cat. .
I.. Ouif. I'IHttIo, kua. own '. sort ea 4. .o I.Sd on1s, 1 1t la a tor Mill. CljrloaaU. Qo0MAORAS .
.N0.4ds torus "JIb fafolElSIII .' r'm. A sfO AR feLS. > *4 or i*> f Onto, ar* toU** *d br shad c* nr.eme Carl ,
100% FINANCING Roots N 0). Soib.s.I INS) may. r day ., C F..>ve. ..... IHk *.. A IMIMI Such. .. Ipaoktr *f Ik* How Ja McCrmkk to lU Isto?' 1.5 P5504.

I ft'." ., lit Fans 'If 01f I" ............ .0I15i715 .. A. t. Oflv.. TN ea.nniMii 'vrawMr and BMP ur. BOW aervlnf lk*tr ..w...
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Home at 80S WM WoshlnQton SL Ire h. _r >_ ro'.l, .r e. 1.d. ,. torn a* aalioaal poet.p shd: ... 04 0triky A*** err
S.. Model I'105... rN Roetoo.. boMredopo. / C4 : rt.::;.. CSAOM .'tsar d::.:K t'Mt'f f( Awn: aL wen M Wakk li M west .KaMr*. L/a.

or Phone (27-855Z C/ulnqf. Flo. ..4 t.e.'r I .. I. r.so.y I'hr ........ ffsoslp F' M >.'i.t**. MOAA'i Honotcry Ckim ,
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SIXTEEN_ CADSDEN_ IJNTY_TIMES, QUINW, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1884

RECREATION PATi. Midget Football SUndlnrs pertcil-sized wood Into 10-Inch THE HTH CONGRESS
In the GARDENINGIN Four Gadsden Richard Bates
nightcap the winless Won Lost lengths and tying\ the elected:
Klwanls and Exchange battled It Chattahoorhee 4 1 The Eighty-eighth Congress has
hardwood stock into convenient
NEWS out for fifth place wlUi the Hornets American Legion 4 1 FLORIDA size bundles. Next, bury the! bun., Moonshine Stills At Naval SchoolGreat I made a place for itself ta history
coming out on top 33-0 The Rotary Fighting Irish 3 1 dies In a vertical position -, because of Its action on citil

By Dona Jante* I being Kiwanis paced scored by In fullback every quarter Ricky Jaycee Klwanls Tiger Hornets 1 2 3 3 By Berve) Sharpe EdItor, drained basal end spotIn up In a sunny well Are Destroyed Lakes HI. (FHTNC right, tax reduction, poverty, education .

Brannan't three touchdowns and Exchange Bulldogs 0 6 Florida Richard S. Bates, fire control and the limited nuclear
Thursday October 15th game 3 extra points. Other TD'i were ItltMtolonlfnlre Agrtnilhir will be three to seven callus weeks formation then Alcoholic beverage and cigarette technician seaman apprentice, U test ban treaty. Most of the major
mulls: Rotary Fighting Irish made by Lane Mahaffey and a heavy taxes collected last month took a SN, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. bills passed were recommended -
n, Chattahoochee yellow Jack Malcolm Bruce. Episcopal Plant and ladles have the same, on the cutting showing they are 15.73 per cent Jump over the tame by the late President Kennedy.
to be lifted and lined Bate Jr. 329 North Jackson
ready out of
ets 0; Kiwanla Hornet S3, Exchange In Monday's action at Doyle habit both give their tressei, period one year ago while law
0. and color In the nursery row. Set the cuttings St., Qulncy, Fla., is attending
Bulldogs Conner Field the Legion edged treatment for added enforcement activity by the State
Monday: Oct. 19: Chattahoofe -' out the tough Jaycees 80. The Church Notes beauty. or two upright bud In showing the row above wilt one the Beverage Department continuedat Naval Fire Control Technician
< 46, Exchange 0. American lone touchdown came In the 4thquarter So If your ornamental are a normal pace.A School at the Naval Training Cen- a
Legion Blue Devil II, Jaycee Tl- as the Blue Devils got not following the latest fall vogue ground. report released today by Beverage ter Great Lake, IlL stM'.
Saw's 0, 1 field position at the Tigers 24 from St. Paul'sJust get them In a glamorous mood After a year or so In the nursery Director Richard B. Keat
1n Thursday afternoon's doubleheader Jack Corry bulled over from the a few words to set the record by coloring some of their leaves. row the rooted cutting can be ing shows 10,122,88629 was collected electronics He I* studying and mechanism basic electricity The
Midget football games, one on the final play A pas 726 Tern, Galax magnolia, oak, transplanted to permanent places during September. Cigarette / -
straight Episcopalians and In the garden used materIal school students for work
a*
or prepare
maple pine other
both failed
winner blanked their opposition on the EP try. plant materials taxes contrlbted $4.683.778.85
In lopsided content The At Corry Field the Yellow Jacket signed their names to a document can be used for the colorIng to "map" with neighbor! for of this amount; liquor. 3277095. In the Navy' fire control technician
arguing that Senator Goldwater species which do not have in rating which I* the art and
and you
Rotary stunned undefeated Chattahoochee. from Chattahoochee trouncedthe i preserving project, suggest 89: beer (2,333,19924; and wine
taking them to the Exchange 464. Dana Flore and Representative William E. D. E. W. McElwee, head of your' garden.lawse $(499,176. Other miscellaneous science of the control of missile, ,
cleaner by a 27-0 score The was the big offensive gun pickingup Miller were exploiting the race the ornamental horticulture department collections make up the balanceof torpedoes and gun fire.
Irtoh scored in til period, taut three touchdown in the wild question for all the political hay at the University\ of It's time to plant winter: glassIf the (10 8 million. Great Lakes, the I
the third. scoring\ affair. they could make out of It Those Florida. you plan to keep your lawn The Director said his ejects destroyed training center, Is theheadquart: -
;Bill Bas scooted 21 yards Snoring leader who signed It were solicited by As the first step In this project bright green during the cool 27 moonshine whiskey!en of the Ninth Naval District.
mail. So L but remove the green or natural color month ahead. There are three -- ---- --- -
around was I dldn choose
left end midway I In thetJl'lt B. Chandler, Jaycee 48 still In 15 Florida counties during
to put Rotary out front 11.0. O. Flora Chattahoochee 42 to sign it. The document was circulated of the foliage selected by Immersing temporary winter grasses to the 30- hy period, poured out
QB Glenn Hunt and B. Bam add G. Hurst, Rotary 30 among deputies and bishops It In Javelle water. To make choose from Italian rye, Kentucky 12,339 gallon of fermenting mash
ed. two more touchdown In the It. Marsh, Legion 27 at our General Convention In this solution mix 4 pound of blue and red top and 838 gallon of Illegal liquor,
weond quarter to take a 20-0 lead. J. Curry, Legion 27 St. Louis last week and a lot of sodium carbonate with one gallon Of the three Kentucky blue bas seized 19 vehicle from bootleg GENERAL ELECTIONTuesday
of water and boll 10 minute To the nicer color, texture and junll-
-On the first play In the last R. Brannan, Klwanls 21 people promptly leapt to the conclusion liquor dealers and arrested 197
this add one pound of chloride of and I I. relatively free of diseases.
frame Ricky Glover scored from J. Embry Rotary 17 that the Episcopal:: Church ty persons in violation of state laws
lime. Then cool the and Red ha the finest
anh lon top
had to do with It In
during
7 yards out and Ban picked up the R. Glover, Rotary 14 something an .traln.- Counties yielding stills
: Is susceptible to
ofllrnI. way. To this allegationthe / ---I texture, but ( EncamMa, 1,
extrapoint. Jeff Embry plunged R. Campbell Exchange 13 the month were
over the middle for the other 2 B. Bans, Rotary 13 Bishops of the Church Immediately Cauliom Use glass wooden or. Drown patch, while Italian rye Gad dl'l1. 4; Leon, 1; Baker 1, November 3rd
-- .-. issued the following statement enameled container as this solution in the opinion of many, is cheap- Clay. It Duval, 2: Nassau 3;
"The Protestant Episcopal I I. very corrosive Also protect 5 I.
: er.Winter Pasco 1; Holmes, ; Jackson :
Church In the United States speaks your hand and clothing. rasnes nave some dis ,Highlands, 1; Polk, l; Palm
officially through Holy Scripture, For leaves high In tannin advantages They prolong the Beach, 1; Hamilton, 2; and St.',
such a* oak or delicate foliage maintenance JII'OKI'ILIIand offer
the Book of Common Prayer and John. 1. ,
well a* Maidenhair fern dilute competition to permanent grasse GET OUT
through: the Constitution and Keating aid sheriffs' and police ANDVOTE
Canons of the Church. To the circumstances Javelle water with one-fourth Plant temporary lawn glasses departments and federal
of a changing worldit volume of water. For moat other now through November or as soon agents participated In some of the
leave bleach In 1:1 notice the growth of your
Javelle-watcr
COME speaks( officially through the ss you Department's enforcement activ
resolution*, statements, and actions solution. permanent grasses beginning to ity.
TO THE : of General Convention, .and Bbachlng 'require up to 12 slow down.
through the House of Bishops, the hours depending on the foliage Preparatory to planting rake
chief pastor of the Church, a* After bleaching I wash plant material over the permanent grass sod What has become of the old-
NORTH FLORIDA they share Godly counsel. In the thoroughly In running water: with a .tlff.toothed rake to loosen fashioned man who believed that
Interim between General Convention Nextdye foliage the desired col. the sod and to bring some loll to great wisdom was to be found IP
*, the Presiding or. The dye solution should be the surface Next.apply about 20 the nation's capital?
the National Council of the Church warm, but not boiling. After dyeing pounds of 6.8.8 analysis fertilizerper
r are the only official representatives wash foliage to remove excess 1,000 square feet of lawn.Rates
n and spokesmen ImplementIng dye. Now, soak dyed foliage of seeding per J.OOO: I BULLDOZER
.b t the derision of General Con for 30 minutes to one hour in a square feet of lawn Is six poundsof
4 vention. When particular bodies five percent glycerin solution. Remove Italian rye, :2 to 3 pound of I
societies and Individuals within dyed material from glycerinand Kentucky blue, or about IV* WORK GADSDEN COUNTY
the church exercising their dry In the shade pounds of red top. Keep lawn
freedom Issue statement or This process can also be used moist until the seeds germinate LAND
: OCT. 27 thru OCT. 31 opinions, we ask that In simple to preserve and color Christmas: About a month after seeding, fertilize DEMOCRATICEXECUTIVE
i courtesy, and respecting legitimate greenery.Hardwood again using 10 to 15 poundsper CLEARINGPHONE
FAIRGROUNDS, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. authority they Identify their Cutting* 1,000 square feet '.
private character and do not seekto Some popular shrubs you can I COMMITTEEPaid
assume by Inference an authority propogate now by hardwood cut. The State Game and Fresh Water
PROGRAM or position they do not possess tings are ahella, flowering quince Fish Commission say you''I Cecil A. Beane
It Is true that the Spirit of God li polnscttia hibiscus, turk'cap, 'can't sell quail unless you are a ( Political Advertisement)
not to be bound and that within a crepe-myrtle, privets pomegranate licensed game bredder and the'' MAin 7-6039
..ritr, Oel k.f 27-ftradt end CMUnn'i I)., great body thore will be differences and yellow-elder. 'birds were pen.raised on your!

Open Barrow Show ...................................... 8:00 A.M, of Judgment and this Is Begin the project by cutting game! farm. ___

; Youth nSw Cvoluatlon I Contest :?::.7.7.I: : ::::10:00 AM.: : good, for It leavens the gnat
Stats FFA Show ,. .. 1:00: P.M. body; but It I* also true that God
: Flower Show .. ..?...?.......-,........ 2.00 P.M, wills that we live together In orler .
State 4H Com Show..?................. 3:00: P.M.Wede.edep discipline and self.restraint."
Bully for the Bishops) Let s see II
October Js-Jtkwl fey
now. There are 726 Episcopalians!:
Poultry Show ... .,.. .. 9 00 A M.
? ? definitely against Goldwater and'
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Crops judging .. ,,,,,, .. ..,. 9:00 A Mj Miller. 3,800,000 minus 726 rt I I
Women's Dlvlikm (Horn) ....,....?..?............ 9:00: A.M, 3499274. Good Heavens Could I
Slot 4.H Swine' Show ................................. 9.00 A M. this possibly mean that there are
Chemists Show ........................................... 9:00: A.M. ),490.274 Episcopalians for them '
Shorthorn Show ............"....,.".....................)0:30: A.M. What I am Betting at, of course, 1*
Negro Exhibit ..............................................11:00 I : A.M. that I can be Just a* ridiculous asthoi
Sol of Borrow. (All ..?.............................. :00: P.M. who tried t put their own
; Optn Swine' Show....................................... 2.00 P.M. word* In the mouth of the Episcopal I
Angus Show .............................................. 2:00: P.M. Church because thnt'i aPl'I'tty
mouth! Entered'
: : Ttiunfcy; October 29-Vhltlns Ctvrtty Day big
Into the holy/ Catholic Church :
; : Brahman Show .........................."...............". 9.00 A.M. through the Sacrament of Holy
Flower' Show .., ,,, .. ... .. .... 2:00 P M.Hertford nn the morning of the I I sI
f ::: :::: : ::::::: :::: :: : : Baptism
Show ., .i.. ... .. .... .. 2:00 P M.Carcati Feast of St. Luke: Samuel Blake
.;. Show-Qulncy ................................. 8:00 P.M. Cantey, Infant Ion of Mr. and Mr*. I
Ywrti Swln Ivoluatkm Contest Awordi-Qulncy Joseph T. Cantey; Mary Eliza ,
Ntr* Day 6 00 P.M, Olive, Infant daughter of Mr. and

. Md,, October JO-Ontstoiidlii* ,.rm FixtlllM Arrive Mr*. W. Robert Olive; and Jefferson I
Roheson Taylor, Jr, Infant
: Outstanding Farm Families Arrlv.-florldon of Mr. and Mr*. Jefferson
Hotel .......................... .....?..?..., 2:00: P.M. Roheson am Taylor We rejoice
: : Bonqutt-Oufitondlng Form Family ?,..?.,?,., 7:00: P.M. with Mr. and Mr*. Joienhlltchcock SERENA

; : heard.y, October II-OuNttndlni' Peon ',,mlly Dip Beth Hanney) In t the
birth of Sat.
- a baby daughter on
. 4 H Club DayRtOlttratlon irday of last week The Feast
: ?...,.?,.?......?..??..?. :00.10.00: A M. All Saint 1 close and
; : Judging Contest .............?......,...1000.1200: : Noon of having addition* upon to make us to''
; : Lunch end Free Tim' ..................12:00' 1.5: PM the my Roll of Remembrance of the $11.99 '
Plantation ,.........,.,.........,?.?.,. 2:00. 3:00: P.M. Departed are asked to so Inform bd& 4
FFADoyKtglitratlon the Church Office.

.. ....................??,..? 9:00.)0.00: ) A.M. Black Flexie Calf tWORLD
... .. 10:00.12:00 Noon I I
t ? ? ? : : Card of ThanksWe
lunch end ;; ::: : : e
Foe Tim :::?12:00I:43PM, Wet Sand Flexl Calf
Presentation ......................?......? 2:00.: 3:00: P.M. wish to thank the many
friends and relatives for the many
: expression of kindness and sympathy

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