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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE CHAnAHOOCHS TRIBUNE

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QUINSY 31351. '111U1tSD.\Y. OL1CBFR 211, 19t14 PER COPY TEN CENTS





' Quincy's Annual P. T. A. Sale Christmas Plans Seal Are I Heavy Vote Is I Expected In






Carnival Set For TodayDowntown Being Finn are Completed shaping up for the

annual Chrhtlmai Seal! Sale sponsored Gadsden
by the Gadsden County County November 3
Quincy wW be swarm Health and TO Association, stated
ing with pint-.hze downs, witches, Dim Brown and chairman.The .

. goblins, spacemen ghosts and Pair Arrested Farm Bureau Tfl Association U made up
frantic mothers when the --- -- -
annual at private c1t1z1'l1l'ho have vounlarily ------ -' -

e'doclc Halloween this Parade afternoon.begins at 6 Here Friday Passes Several TO and banded other Respiratoryfight City Commission 3 County Bands Gadsden 4.H Most Interest

For ForgeryTwo eases. They are one part of a Natural GasAllocation
Resolutions three-dlvldon army doctors and To In Group To Attend Is Centered InPresident's
other professional pt'OpItWf1'1I' Participate
Tennessee men are expect men lorcra and rlriren-voluntcer To North Fla.Fair II
S 1e ed to plead guilty to charges at Your local TB Amoclatlon Race
I forgery Thursday morning in d. hen The of annual meeting of mem- works to Worm the patient the FS U Band Day
the Gadsden
r cult Court here, according to County Farm community and the physician Be IncreasedThe Saturday, October 31 Is 411
Bureau October 8 .
Sheriff Otho Edwards. on passed several Club Election Officials Arc
about tuberculosis and other m Day at Iht Mirth ..rlda
James H. Parham, 21, of Memphis resolutions det.llnc1th proteins Oratory disease It alP help. 1 Three CaiUck-n County high Fair In Taiilmiui" !) On hundred R.ady For Record
and Ballard C Rhine 27 of local labor spiritual, |pa- school bands will intend Band
find answers to the problems that Qty Commlulon In TTRU- and fifty 4II dub member from
'of Nashville were arrested Friday [ideal and economic condition. face patient, their families and tar _Ion Monday night at City' Dy Saturday on the Florida Gadndcn ttxinty will join 411memhers Turnout Tuesday
by four members of and then passed and sent to. the ,lull with Slate University ninipus. They .
morning the whole community, only three commluU (nun 87 other counties
the Quincy Department of Public State Meeting of the Farm Bureau Seal en pnwnl I, appnned a renolulluthiffiziiig ::::; are: Qulncy I Huh laud un The association's Qirlitmu
at Orlando November U the direction of fnnrlea A. Rums; handle the! largest
Safely u they sat In a truck .1 the Mayor and Qty I number of vot-
.
There be
Hill
The parade will be one of the the drive-In window of the Qulncy three other resolutions In reference funds are only a small part of the 3crk to sign In aunvmonl with llavena High Band, Grady Unwkn. hoth and Judtilng teams, era In the history of Cadwlen 0111110I .
hojs girls that \l1lllllke
many festivities sponsored by the State Bank. The check in the to the qualifications of votera. amount spent yearly to fight IT South Georgia Natural Gas Co. Inc drre<1nr: and Die OiallHhiio-" part in the Hume. Judging! evenla.Others I 'In the Uwral Uection to I*

Quincy P.TA. amount of $327.50 had been presented Supreme Court Justices and and Rd. They cannot meet all cleaning the gas allocation for clue High Band, Bronx Junes, will see the exhibits, a held here u well a* over the 1'110lire
to the teller to be cashed endorsing a tax on all tobacco Qulray from 182J MCF to I gOO director. nation next Tuesday" accord
Une-up will be In front of the needs of people with these discus special grandiiland event will .belield
4.3 The name of Mrs. A. S. Weinberg products that use a reconstitutec A downtown' parade, pre-gsme t ng to the county's voter registrar
Home at
American Legion ; 1 In the afternoon for
imitation of, or substitute for ei. But the association \use ib MITMayor and halftime slxwi the members He, that
and the parade led by the snappy II said to have been forged on Commls liner Len and the t'Su.SlIl1htorn nf 411 Cuts and Future reports every prertntl
QuIncy Junior High Marching the check. Mrs. Weinberg pried natural leaf tobacco when lined many yean of experience to de- Weaver Is on a visit to South an.IIItJ''I.1| | game Is In FarmersKlght In the county has had a enable

Band, will follow the north side of away earlier this year.Henry u a wrapper. ermine the moot effective wayto America and Con1l1Iultlll'rY.. shut for some I9UO young bandsmen Increase sine* the May primaries
deceased I The resolutions as drawn up 1 1a by who will attend. : girls and heir boys from In lit* number of .
the Square to Ward's Lot. Prizes Welnberg son of the apply its funds.It Instfl was out of town MmvlaIghl. per*** regts.Kred
will then be awarded and pictures Mrs. Weinberg was In the committee headed by C. Vlarbln rnuuracei medical research Mayor Pm-T'm Hows Coming from a ISO mile n.tics (the Radxlen lame County rill take part In due largely to he voter

taken. The three costume catefroriei bank at the time the men made STATIC Jr. follow: and education. It advances public Fletcher presided with Cbmmimers .- of the city and from the stales of Judging nmlest. n-uUtratlon drive that has been
are pre-school age firs the effort to get the Instrumencaahed. : RESOLUTIONS education and arouses Interest Eo E. Gay and Charles llt>cql.. Alabama and Florida TIlt "boys and girls will h* acconipMnled conducted by Die Congress of IU.rial .

through third grade and fourth He had been notified that 1. We believe that governments In and support for what Is being hotrau prespnt. Oty I Manager lie 47 bands will begin the day to the fair by 4-H( Equality among Negroes.
through sixth grade. two checks drawn on his mother a creation of the people for the dlll by doctors and the govern arbert gory ".as aim I out of with a strenuous sdtmhUe of re- adult leaders, Mrs.. Carl Ferguson. Many whit manes have "beenaddmt
had been cashed previously. Both purpose of providing an opportun ment. It cooxratp with the own attending a meeting In Jai. lenrsals.Frmn. Mrs. H. U Halrt Mrs to the mils also, he stated.
StPPEB were In the amount of $87.50 payable ity for Individual enterprise and health department schooli, colrtfn wmllle 4 to 8 there'll be t lioorge Powell Mrs.. Jack PwpeU, Interest la bring generated In
After the parade supper will at the Qulncy State Bank. at the same! time providing a coectlon debtors and social In other buslnrvs the Ounmin colorful parade pm. downtown a Mrs.. Ernest: llivtMihols, Mrs:Ver- the healed battle fur President
fcj served in the school cafeteria of public services that will nuncs UmxiKh !gin Itatenwn, Mr*. Malcisintmllh between Lyndim Johnson .
One had been cashed at FUn welfare agencies to keep named on first reading an T.U.IIII asee, after w hMi the bans and 0.,
beginning: at 0 o'clock. Included Hardware Company and the other satiny community needs. To community's health And It wars: ordinance changing the toting will go to Cani >l 'U Klixtmn Mrs Uordin. .Filcher Mrs ry Golilwsirr' and a slate' tare
en the menu will be homemadechill at Reyes Motor Court by E. C Aliritton make this possible, we believe that constantly to get all dtizeni and anlfliatlon of Lot 13 In Santa where thl'y'U be on| hand tic the QirniU Mentant Mrs. U M.Mart :to governor between Democrat
the star attraction Intelligent consideration must be and Mrs.. Charles Stalling\ Itayikin Bums
and carried the signature fll'KWlUaUINhor to wipe out (lara I'lanlatlon from R I to CI. at 8pm. and Rrpubllrait
ham. potato salad cole slaw, hamburger "A. S. Welnberg." given to the selection of an Individual T B and to control other respiratory The public hearing "held prior to gam Mrs Marjorl Gregory, lame Charles !li>ll'y. Another" statewide
and hot dogs. Delicious The drive-in window teller notified that ceases to be a poll. diseases. his move was attended only I by Knlina will fill the air u waneloll Di'moratratkin Agent John Rus- race I II between the Incumbent
homemade plea, cakes and cook ( officials inside the bank and dan and becomes a part of government W. L. Montague who desires ilk twirlers present a colorful !sell||, Oxmly Agent and llomard lemormt. Senator Rpessard U
lei may be purchased and piping the Department of Public Safety upon being elected. mnge. twirling review as a pregiunesumtade. dark Associate Omnrly Agent. Holland and his republican chat.
and cold drinks will be We feel that the Garden Club Their routines will heunter ._- ::
hot coUea was Informed that the men were specifications A dam that Is maintained by '-- linger, Gaud Kirk
available.ENTERTAIYWEYT at the bank. In a matter ofminute. of the Civil Rights Law with the Qty of Qullon Lake Inter the. Inmructlon of Janice Anollier rarity that hu cnytedshout
lUirai, head fur Die
: ., Chief J. W. Halre and peciflc reference to the qunllfations Meeting Set aehen north of town and owned I by majorette. Intone la a campaign. by
K&U
Entertainment highlights this Patrolmen L. A. Butler, George of a voter having a sixth J. U Covlngton came up for dieumlon. Marching Qilcfs."PDllllcal Jewel Jerome toxic, I Negro or.ifcrty .
year will be a magicians show landley and A. J. Pickles had grade education or the equlvalen There will be a general merging Recent heavy rains have SN| ><1aeutar" will be I at the n
and a white elephant auction. The the men In custody. thereof should be established Instate of! the Quincy Garden dub Tues ndermlned a part of the earthen the title II.r; :lie halftime show I !, who I Is seeking DM sherm I
magic acts will be presented by Mr. Weinberg said that the men law and become a require day. Nov. 10 at 7:30: p.m. at the dam and mveuary repairs to Insure which: "h* in Hwd by tie, ifflc.* against tie Incumlient lIMo

Deborah and Linda before had been doing some repair workon ment for registration to vote. W. Garden Center. Christinas &JIoI'UIIt'IIII'f1l1 a continued water supply for Mnrching Quiets allowed by the ft. Otho Khvards, who was ntrm-
have performed on TV and the root of the former home recommend state legislation to will be mode by local he city Estimated 47 mused bans In oimHudlng bested In the DemnTstio primary
many audiences. of his mother and evidently had this effect talent Preceding this prop-am coil of: :f.UI'I'::' 13,000. formations. Featured will be lIVer J. Neal rain-kdh.

Other entertainment plannedfor come across the blank checks 2. The Supreme Court under there will be an amusing Gar-I The Cummlision also gave ape (Iwrles Carters arrangements of'latrtnllo The task of tmchlng Negme
the young people and sponsored while Inside the house. the Constitution was crested to den dub skit, directed by hire provsl for purchase of 28 bonds Medley bull" and who art barely able to read
of
by local civic clubs and church The pair was turned over to the Interpret the law established by Arthur FinsI.Refredmntents i III Inverse. order, for retlremen Tills Is My Country." writ to writ* In th* name ofXxi
groups will be the horror house. Sheriff Department for prose the legislative branch of our system will be served by The bond were sold In 1DM forth Continuing a prartlc* Initialed \* hu bran undertaken by tin
fish ponds, bean bag pitching, bal cution. of government. Recently we Amsrylls and Daffodil CIrcles dur I construction of the natural ga. last year, the Ihow will b* In strrxKihonlc (Hvle Interest Uroup and other
loon popping, movies and pony have seen evidence that leads u.I c.1O u1 hour In th* dining system here. Th beats were IIUCdua sound produced by dividing CORE work.....
rides. to believe a change of attitude hu I for retirement until the highs and Iowa furl,
mere. !!!
: I The October II law of "".,...
SOCK HOP a ar taken place In the minds of the mimteal eflivtlvt-nm. lr, s, .
In the past there has been a Supreme Court Justices to the extent Whllmmb will direct the r ruse kla rr.e iYrts," a mimeographed<<

need In the area of entertainment a that they are now exercising bands at th* hallllm Manlo"l newsletter put nut by the Norm

tor the teen-agers. The Key Qub their opinion U to what a law Explosive SyrupmakersDown Dr. OlfUia Mwhrn +< Florida dllswMhlp Project carries
will sponsor a Sock Hop In the should be instead of Ks original dlraelnr fit the Marching t a front pan Hem prw-lalm.
: Mug thai he rioW.l purees <
dub's
school gym with the cons.bo Intent! U established by the Con- t. a il. Inl Amolale finrvl W-
the Medallions providing themusic. grew under the Constitution. We rector Robert T. Braunaitel and tnvMitlallun In Tttlla'-- rm
Admission will be= per x see great danger in the posabilty Ur (:erne Klnxtis la Hand Day co- irmly' aswivd Vie pmKt llwl
person and the dance test of this nation kslnc the pruvples Eleven tr'dlnalor.Guy. agents would b* avalbbl on No.

from 7 until 10:30.: z of representative government Quincy's ------- es-nnibs1 to Investigate any elollun >
All proceeds from the Carnivalwill to the powerful Influence vkiMlins."Th .
Krv. J'''1011 K. Till
be used by the Qulncy PTA. n of a few men who could dominate R. Wado nil la standing by to deen
for worthwhile projects during the the Supreme Court teas .- fend the rights of Negro dIUen.
Br
Now Pastor n Ul...lrn County In case they
year. W.heftfore recommend thaI I. Time Sparta hi titer Is Elected
establish undo Quincy Reports an dnnM their/ c bngress a system '
explosive backfield was Work At right to vote," the trtkle. further
each Court Begins I
law whereby Supreme
JV'sTop too musts tat the Tigers from ModeratorThe .lalms.
Cairo Justice would come before a board Two Accidents pro
JO-ll
QuJncy a* they
Th frs Ftrm
slury also staterthat
appointed by the Congress atdSYnt
of review victory Friday psal Gadsdm County Baptist Quincy Church
a lawyer and two Uw clerks
once every five years tor Field.Althoueh. Approximately $1,000 damageswere ; Assni-iatkin held Hs third amwanutting from Vie
CbnMltullnMlIVfms
Lawyers
Quincy (QlatlDUf'41 .* Fag Two) several mistakes were reported Friday afternoon, In tie first Baptist The Rev. Jacob E. Till recently CommlltM will also bpment

By Dun Jam** costly, ono again speed spelled after a car containing two occupants I II OJun'h. C'tuttWtt.I, Thursday, mowed to Qulm-y to = p urli In Qulnry! ohwrvlng viD
Statistic and the ML Ekes Churrh 1 the Pentecostal I b Churrhon
Pilots Observe die dlllt'n were Friday
Ing and
Writer prnvdurrs InvwtlgiiUng"lllnial
Time off the overrumei
Sport ran mad
scored -it. pretty dose but the Tigers d tlss past week. The attnvarr use cnnw of Weal Jrttmun :oj.;
Cain's Junior Vanity and then righted Itself and ........ actlvltlM" U ttocttuo
three touchdowns to the first halt Founders' weren't able to contain Cairo'sspeedy was greater than at any Virginia Ilula s.
to top Quincy's eleven o-0 last Day backfield on the ground I The driver William C Xcrkesmr prrvkiia meeting i lie mimf from m. Air tour Tim nipervlsnr of registrations

Thursday night at the Syrup Bowl A. L Bateau Pilot dub members! met Fri nor In the air receivers wen of Gainesville, rwrlvfd a This AMncUfliin of II Raptlschurrhes as Major this put August and elated. that clwe "r .k tks|
This wu the first defeat of the day October 23. at the Jefferson able to get behind Quincy's secondary icrsb'hed finger and his passni- and I mlHVms In thonunty ttsnn hen Iron ttillrt Air Fore officials have .tan held ki Jobs

season for the Tiger JV squad, Harmon Named House to remember and celebrate almost at will. .gee Bsrhra Nester nf Calnesvtlle II the newest ell tie -. Bass, Fart Walton llraeh, where ry. Uiattahnnrhe* and lUvana
which now ports a record of I the beginning of. Pilot Intern guartrrbark Mike KffllmMI ; M Injuries. Iiiith were "tar tIC Aanriatlons In the list tiFlorbla. 11Io was talkmnl Ow the PUt 4 with the aid of officials of the
wins and 1 ..... Vice PresidentOf Umal and to pay homage to thededication hurdled the situation like a pro 'Ins seat belts.Aoxirdlng It was fuunled! \Iv.IyNI'I wsrs. nrakkM the :: saw Ibnvury' of Blato. office sad
No 1 R The Junior tyrupmiken. run- / and foresight of those In guiding Georgia apps.Unto wu thai he esiMts no Illegal aottvWtie
Bint from the SpUt-T offense, charter members who conceived i AA Team to a 5-1-1 record at.tthIa I to Public Safety Of this Mm* thn rhurrhei .tinned. Chiiplalii Till served.Inbimn on thrtr (Mr). 11. staled that
Radio Corp. stage of the season.KlUlmrlt flrrr Cecil E. Ellis, the vthi rolled up all their points si the and executed the promise of Pilot were a part nf the Florida 11<1 po quit a fan Negro mm* had
tint halt Quinsy made certain: toiythree yean ago in Macon, toured passes far I 'I was traveling west un i;. Jefbnwn, tat AssucUikm/ romtirlslng Till sponsoring. t Knrtan sii..fc>nl .been strk,km bran th* rolls, along
defensive adjustments tat second W. S. Dodson. president at<< the rl then S frjuchdtwns and com- The driver pulled out to pass 'lessee and surrounding arts. in oullrg -1' University of with wveral while names, Mm

half that paid off. Uniting Cairo Big Bend Brae to only two first downs and BBior 'erator* of RadM 8taat and Hearts United In series began wKh 1,11: I his car. oldest Assridalkin rVrVta had .bran cnwtrtod of fete\
points. ,ulncy.. and WBSC. BomettsvlUe Service" a* a guide the history of on the dock before nalfuma. Ki-rkeanef was chargH with A local pasta the &0./. (Ivy RWad Mr. Tilt has sn A. B. Degree miles wtlhnut ever hoeing civil
The young Quincy IIIUId playd 5. C, recently announced that A. Pilot International and of the lucal hod r-the.wed and kale falling to have vehicle under can- of the Thumas MMnnrUIItepUst horn PiMfaniiit College. 11IomnfooIIt. rights mtnrsd. II. lnvI.... any.4CamaSWd .
heads up football hi die second C Haut formerly of Quincy,' dub was briefly reviewed. end OU. trot and having an accident. Churrh. was ekalri to r.... the a U. Drm teem UutnV es rage Ts.
half but couldn't quits get In the has named vita president of: Mrs. A. D. Macon acted as Mils raining punsesskn thine'parses I. Another anrldent wag reported rave as nmrirrMnr tx the unit let Srt .< d 1'\1Iotjjcy, Emnry Vnivmlty -
scoring column. Big Boil trees of Cermnmes with Mrs. W. U. KlUUnett threw Ih* same aflvmrast at 1:12: on year. The Rev, flsm I'. Humptisi, Ga and a ... A. Utgrte
United game itatUttci fur the Harmon now resides la BennettsviUe -' L. Wood Mrs. frank Higgins, to score on an 11 yard aerial to V. Adams Street pastor nf the little tymrnnIstttMt roan the till edty of Omaha FEA Group

gam* wet,'. where he Is general manger tin. Allene Csntvy. and Mrs. tverett Bobby Burt and Kill bad 22 sea- i Eugene Jernm 'I"I nM. Quits Church, will serve a* vies Nebraska. ... to presently taking
Quinry Cairo of WBSC which was purchas-. Munroe taking part la tie and lit Negro wss backing out U Ipartelnl mudVralur. TI.. R v. U B -*n* anVflinrail gnduat* HuuV
rtrst downs I I I lid I by the Corporation la Ih* tan rognun.As The other ane-two-thn* punch ry place& and ran Into th* Kunaxin of 0 Crrtna Baptist It l>irtrl* Slaw CnKwrslty. EndorsesAmendments

yarns rushing 114 m ,t 4l962. I a reminder of the huh prlnpt In > backfield avrratrd only runt of an apprmfung. vehicle 01u"-, .t* elected to serve as for many years IUhasst*
Quincy jvs will be hurt to the Active to community' W* toBerawttsvUI and dedication which have ua pound in the fxros of Jerry driven by Limits Mart Edwards clerk with OinoH 'Tlmmnns M KM tm fuitnt. as *''hrn" lorlh
Batnbrtdc Bearcat Junior Ills .*, Harmon U a d-' been bequeathed to members by Camas 122 Billy More 114. and) 4 dutn-y. 'assistant rirrk. (Oartt IknlryUw Till*. .IU attended La IBghSrhq
afternoon at Carry Field at tour rector of the Rotary CM of .. !the charter members of Pilot In Till (AIIIa. IM. ararrdtouchdtiwns damaged d Santa Usra IkptM; Chun* >4 and hM 'latter' puIom Am
Both to the to
.'dock. tettivUI. the BememvUto Chamber ternational. all Plkits and their 2 on runs nf I and cars were will MTV* as Asanrtaltmal Irvasvrar otwirrtrt in Tsuahasw. tir many by M. D.tlnj\| an annunmiwnt
extent of PM and Thomas was Wallwr. Ctunty lupir.
of Commerce and Retail guests stood and repeated the 10 yards, gaining 11) pantsMoors tut die pest.Tie wan. lUtmtuftsaiVMsiHlafidHi .
out ,._.. ,.. of Nchails
charged with falling to IM arDnn
GCH Auxiliary chant A..octannn and th* )Mer-I beautiful Pilot Code of Ethics: IIIWIIIOIIo scamicred IT yards for car to avoid u accident aororJnc mtvUng anvpt..d th* lIMo nMhur presently rsslilrs at iskm at a Supnlnimfk'nla. Om wag

hive County United Fond. their first Tt> and Ousts plctod s pas to Public Sally Officer tatfiisj at tie Havana Baptist 500 MUUM arose, TalUhssM.OispUin --.. to Cslnrwtll .MwhW
Harmon Ms wife and three The dub WM happy to have yank rushing on I Irtea, srvng Robert W, 1MthRC11.Toastmast.rs. thur. and UtIle Hyeamar* lisp.tlst TUI's wife\ tile Sterner the FKA tJrpartmml nnntly of
Hears Group'sProject dm! are manners! of the FirstMethodist twttvt guests at this accastaii up arvwml Oust halt touchIf Churrn for U1u ..r SI nail SI Lira Davis, to foes Onaha County Supvrtntenlniu
Church at BnvtettsviUe, most of wan were fuv liter fliers ..... The annual srnrvn, will .b* piwh.b dralst. They tees 4 ...,.. M *ndi, and went cojnmrrl
ReportThe where .be Is a choir member andprtstdent hers d Che Pilot Quo of Quinry Quinry had .been ahl toror Club by Ih* 1I>v. aiflurd Grow with *&. a, Dsmiy I, Larry I aced lug the fuUowmg
of tht Men's dub. He Nine of the group preml wen on their early poMinal Tn4 HodgM waved ft* best ore (W. Kill Brtrfeur u allwnaM J_. affecting cim silursikjn tuui<

Gsdsdea County Hospital is fM M of Mrs. Rubble asrmon tarter rem.rtmbeeePTA drives ths oulcom may have speaker award for hU .let .brsakerpMrh The mtssMwry wettest win .IMptMchwf Mr. Till to pftMitty" asrtortovMM whK* WIlt .,...., on IS* NOVM,
Auxiliary ant to regular session of Quinry. .tern different, but!" Th Titers by the Rw. W. R. OSMM diuMi that was built whoa .HT aaJMtKo.
October 21 to the hospital dining Carnival took the opening UHuQ on thrtr at fie sjewry organtssdKanry with Ih* AW. Venn UaiH MhrrnsW. Ms 1ft..., ... C II. TlU. ws Amtnrbntni to permita

Pone with thirteen Members GS Arts Caravan emS U and piuires M toCatroi Tmstmsjun QuIt last kssmr ..,. ahuut 14 yeses ago hi..... teem air ft* Board of
pI'M'd. a yard S.. toTl Mays and Ihn ruHkfay at the Jefferun Haw Cnrrtrs at the university
Winners sysumiIpwrruls
The three prim function of lilt I Dress had a psss toermxM ki in* end fctvtng a* evaluslnrs wet loodmobilo Club the |. (l blur, to r.
Auxiliary ant guile relations Slatod In Quincy] ..... Cairo snored la ail plsyiMoan's dark IVmmrms, Harbrrt Crrgary Quincy uWnh a horns far Ward nf Cua
for vital equipment Are Announced IT yard )NIL QulmrM and BIll JailM. Jots HUKP
o.
fund raising Tie CM Scout Am Caravan' Visit Iced mmihm l loncrr than the pn.
SuccessThe
Women Attend
cannot provide cM6ed 7M. was
the hospital rap grsmmartaa.
that tnl tail to
yearn up a majUmuMof
will b hi November 4.
such gubvy on Winners la the sl tunes ennUatIh
budget :
far kt its operating at the RMTMtion Roan of Oa.Tine the George W. Munro PTA. CarhuVn Cnunty RM Mam yiarsl.No .
a. the Electrodym Cardiac Mow Directors Moot S- r..... t Dm ftrnl*
feanlS Btoratmoliil
Church
rtectrtcal PiMhiteiiasj Camhral Tnrsday night wee,: r mart us Moral 0..1[
Itor. bolett kicuhator. : .. kit tarmanmg molar whirl ft.nnstng .
and I aja. to 2 p.m.Mrs PrMchonl MM grad.Jrdw m (Jlalta. .. an w.. MIni Canned
air or aspirator many Laird vrtsKtmt of
pump for schail flnsn
J. C. Bnyd. Jr. a CM and Lori ..... Terrsm and DVan (Mods M revenue
ether pieces of tqIIIpnIfIItd !lh! Quinry BustaM and ,.,.".. 'tag rtMislii ] Ow! rsultsj auV
of aves. Last but Snout Trainer of Leaders trim: aUssry sea first pl.n u the I Th opmiias) was bald al tile I
bl th* svtng i mrrtrmn It&m Hum awl dyer. W_'. dull, and: Mrs toy ammtnwnll.Ko .
three tsvOmi anA J arksiawUk?, will conduct th* Mod 0I; naL They were ores semi .
pot...Hut., of.m-Ih* 1 wutaliij*) whtca wfl kr onto err i ed a* Bealko. bond ,... tra ..... of ft* Otatw.J""I. (U1rt Mmt" *Hr' W tile mid.f I-- Aponuiflv ichoul, *.ia>
r trinlmlrolpsmuMlv* provlauaida ,
Ms snonth tit aIM 1ItI1l'fwor7. wnrc. pates wan .by Beth Dvto who wig dues W_ f I'pear bawd of Dlrsrlnest laar.tlag
year ago teflae resmkia. Lai.
with and rod as Mary Poops Third plan.Epee niasHmt. ..,..., *j fUinl program trg Mrs.
Auxiliary voted to spnnsor the and"IIIC paper 7 .aids < fh* FlurMa '''''1_ The OII. hi the CsnhrSWprr Mlow punvts. : Ocher as a Straw a ... w Th nvmnirs re-
CM Scouts
Senior sad Vmlnnl CaunnM,
Bead ,
11 Iauleed these orltnlsnvai" tauntmm mftinf car held at In*
I Mrs. st Truer rMnnt "Spookiest was woa by Mara
abet the Amubry noya S
prarram ( Idea Luau Gsfdrvr et1Quay. I Jark Tsr ll/H, CWrs, Orok.1 No. S- AIHMIIUV Khard up.wnwn.kss .
had .begun, ss one of to of TallahassM and ha* served Girt Yesnrll wno was diiaaiid a* Casa .
221
f"IIII..wI..
.. at the koudng ki many raearltir a* rr. Kay Wstsr. mend pUe Blood .rVvnra A.iIIIr.
many IdIaaI. Mrss.Fed BbOluv.rrakirat kaidrr and a* si. .stilns! of tit WUrk with Straw Bran. SsraaSUSM slraiaa for Me enuMy. Th fjalnrlal11.. of .lefTirana iV; T* k. Gratify ..nly1.lion ; .
ha&tI IVrmM'si to lana
3 of the AaMBary. F*. I os County Girl tout Aare urea Popprtt. third. UO boas Ben Dusky and Martins WIll Iksunn ai profnslnMl Women
A/ eMed pins to Jan IVfliH satlalfnetm WfUCH VU thai .eee fffttOfOmen ... I'snn. nrratunMN thallium, ..... Out. liar, of hMi Fiesta la t tw.dwd es isge T)
DM for 100 hours at to tee Girt Seat Coiavcfl la fha Faorta Crad Beth .d *. ant vast was a aurcxi put. mnsMa at awn 1.230 chats
see ww to the Candy Strtprr ar. of the ApaladH Bml liar Gnsd CmuB Margaret Best andMarlrm aad ftVy sawnHy .acontlai lhap M M II...... .M Dwnn of ckmiMa. At the Leaf

At tie seine t-Bg pr lid her Girl least Taker dLrbr Cook won lint |,4sce as >raayi of ft* pmr** MCbaRahanrhM !hej Purk ftItw and ire VI*
gesa. Most Ortdnmi. They w. ...... ass IsUnda. Th NalMkU ftnVrsOdl -
maid tile Sort candy Striprrs.Vn. was asstgnto' to weak with ftNaDonal need. a* G a.ty and J.4. Judy -- -I j to tfw .hissed *rfMtMnaa
< Robert Gardner Girt bit Arts Csnvaaduntg Mites std Jail Browm. scowl GIRL AND lOT Of THE MONTH AWARDS w. HM* FIRST BAPTIST to tile hated SUM. dtvtfsdorrty sa At tie tMf ThMtr Thursday

nrttfkmM of a rrtt to Va Ks title weal asap ear to 1 star*. Two Honor BUy Jot tad to Kay Icmbd and WoUot Dowse< bv J. 1. SUa&orOaAX '' and actively to th* Mural Friday, and tsluMiy win b* "1'i
1.... teased true ..... Bar teemed A* SUNDAY SERMONS and reM of afl wain. Rather
for tear ..., at Sfrrlcet Tin>h>nn ks ft Qaseen = B. Rimovrtnc ftuv
Strkvrs the blond awhu* aregram.Mm. UsMd SUM aarlng 1HOIMJ.Mrs. Gut catuiMa* cfaoa-moa: cad Jock Strickland (bawd, Tto ..." 'nII Tic n>rtaa has amnahsrshlp .ore M. Rnkrrl Goalie sad Andy'

R. a Wooaid. Jf, eaas- tart. aamM Bw Work- Hral pins alaI to ft* Saookrat paeidMl oj tb. Qulacr Lreho j. Cbih. Xar (h* fled BsatM Chore ati.d. at 4JOO ki Ha IM MUsiM. rtatural an tundsyMl

moor lor tits Caadf Mrtosn.portH ?*- *|HS ks M An Oban at ft* catrgcry war Hal aad Sara WaiMr. aoUetod fcy thus amfar cViM ad a i*. lrj ton-. awe, a atnnmt sntKM. "1. .... rUM. flurtda wan ft* lea M>mdsy mfl a* "B old ihO
eat tie gar ears .... NMUaasl Gel Ira TnMac Otter Kay BW she sets dnsaid as ultim. ..<. cbouta M fbe baste ol baaar, scbotarsbJp Oho due,/' at ft* SunrlayMVSH ,wmtra *tat* to sfluial with 0wMa Hun." starrlftg Cregnry
; vttk .. TB X..,. bemg as New Ton during the past w.aany and Pyrardd. Mir || ssnrlrav ***!. Peel and Ashtray Qulm. Oa
5U at lie acM ani wars Oratsa'e- W aa.autsd. vs4 ear..I. Sims* ..-. Gtnat bra- odanUp aDd sportsmansbJp. Ts. fioqnna If rpoasored I II I At Bw "* .,.. he Tb ........ Quiaxy Cash was'ecga.cs.d sudsy and Wednesday will .*

ir>t.ra.d M rag TM tCinltiiiiil rat TM bat Brtosoa, lard at*.., wits!. I br lU Ewhaag C3ub. Fkoia Ij Marte't BIadlo.I ,I II I...* tita :1.. ur 1'.1 a* I.... 'T8IIWIIaIM.." .


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Precinct 14, Hlnsno .,...JlJtlltha I I
Vole ., The refreshment table wa cow
Women's ClubsIn
Heavy Store ered by I linen and 'lace cloth andcentered
Precinct 15.Gfetrip\ -* "Communlly by a unique arrangement -1
(Continued from Page One) Houkf. i .
Meeting further carrying GIlthi.'
one who ha doubt about their In the Gi-neM Election in 40011Gadsdcn '
color scheme of pink and white
names being on the book to contact County supported by I
Punch cookie and nuts wen
Here
hit office before election' dim margin the late President E TuesdayA served

dey John F. Kennedy over the republican The presented the honore -
Poll in the will meeting of the County Federation group
county open nominee Richard M. Nixon.
a personal gift on thl occasionMr
of Women' Club held
promptly at 7 I.m. next Tuesday '+J8 was
Political prognosticaton In !hIaal'l"'a r
*. Richardson Invited the
at the Quincy Woman' Cub
and will elm It 7pm. Anyone: j 1i
are predicting another slim Meet'Ing
to attend the General
group
Tuesday morning at ten o'clock
In line waiting to vote when theeven margin In Gadsden County next of the Quincy Garden Gut'
Rateman
with Mn Vergle Dresden
clock deadline li Mc'hedIWIII
Tuesday but thin time In favor of Tuesday, Nov. 10 at which timea
There 60
presiding were
he allowed to nut his ballot..I Barry Goldwater They aim In attendance I Chrlitma program will be presented -I
Polls are located over the county make the name prediction for the .
M follow: State of Florida The Rev L B. Thomason oOretna
Precinct I, Quincy American __ _h i gave splendid devotional I
Legion on East Wuh mgt n on, "Our Habits" He noted that
Street Arts Caravan we In the United State have
.. BUs And
Precinct 2, Jamleson Vacant _", '!; more luxuries more pleasure
house across road from Mrs. Tom money, etc. than people anywhereelse I
NEW JOINT SENIOR 4H CLUB OFFICERS of
Continued from One) Quincy
( rage
Colvtn'i home. I : In the world yet there are:
Precinct 3, Concord Burner' training and workshop for Girl are shown front row, left to right: Mary Louise Ray, prti more psychiatrist, mental Institullons. Pieces PURE OIL DEALERS MEETING and steak supper wa

Store. Scout group ideal; Linda Ard, reporter; and Charlotte StoulaD r., devotlonal etc than In any other HUTCH in recognition of dealers of five or more year of
Precinct 4, Havana City I She will be minted In givingthe leader; back row: Harold Ray, lecretary-trea. country. Mr. Thomason said that BT service for telling Pure Oil Product Shown

Hall. training by Mn. David Dascn urer; Jimmy Suber, vice president; and Steve Stoutamire, Christ I* not and-pleasur He left to right, back row: J. N. Wilson, manager of
PrecInct 5, Midway Jo'Opr'l'StOri. brock Field Adviser for the CM want His followers to be happy
Scout Council of the Apalachre council dere ate. not at war within ourselves and Circuit Judge Ben Willl, Co., Marianna; Yuill Moore, T.B.A. sale mana-

Precinct 8, Wetumpka L. L Bend. Mn. Daienbmrk laugh that real happiness can be round Idem of Tallahassee but a Fensacola: dealers receiving plaques: W. T. Lam

Oweni' Store. I Art In the public schools and chairman, Mn. Douglas Brook. only In things that satisfy, notmaterial of Quincy and presently Lambert City; Preston Joyner, Midway; Cecil Clark,
Tigers Mn a* Lester Sr. alone but It I court here, Tuesday showed
Sawdust reported
Precinct 7, Me- adult education during the past thing
Bride's Store. two yean In Wisconsin.Tie that her committee wa* visiting found In GOD.Following 1.1 photOHtatic copy of what I II ; and Ed Craig, Pure Oil Jobber, Quincy: front
Precinct 8, Sycamore P. M. .I Caravan li one of the (Umtinurd from Page One) out of town patient on Tuesday the Allegiance\ to the ed to be the flint newspaper I : J. T. Stephen, Calvary, Ga.; M. A. Byrd Havana;

John m'l Store building. many training events for Girt, took the kUkofl, getting again to and Friday each! week. Flag, the welcome wa given by ished In Quincy, The ; Weaver, Climax, Ga.; and R. W. Howell, Mt. Pleas
Precinct 9, Qwltahoochee Smut leader offered this fall by the Syrupmaker 8, but gut bogged Mrs. Henry Faulk. chairman of Mr*. Clint Bassert, president of Sentinel. The editor l Not shown with S or more years service are: Annie
Fire Station. the Girl Scout Council of the Apa' down, giving up the ball on downs. a spocial committee to replant toe the Quincy Woman' dub. Mn Cnowles and was dated
Coach planter In ol her III, 1839, Volume One, ., Quincy; M. B. White, Bainbridge, Ga.; Cecil
Precinct 10, Mt. Pleasant nchee Bend which I II an agencyof Carlo Detaon charge thexmembers the hospital Frank' Whittle made the response
rrramore'l Store. the Quincy United Fund. scored In each quarter but the told to be sure She Is president of County Extension her' One. The paper wa Havana; Union Shaw, Quincy; Frank Poston,
Precinct 11, Hardaway Fair The Art Caravan wa In Mar- fll'II!. It was I:18 on the clock) and take I look at the lovely fernin Homemaker Council. ed and printed In a ; R. W. Neumith, Quincy; Wilmer Aid Quincy.
('loth'. Store. Ianna last week and from here It before Intermission when Lamar the planter, a gift of Mr*. Carl Mn Fred Moon read the minute he comer of Madison and 1964 Daytona 500 racing film was shown with the 5
Precinct 12, Greensboro Qty will go to Montlcello on Novem- Munroe'took a IS yard pas from Sponsor, Mrs. Andrew Smith' of the spring meeting after rogue Street but which Pure Firebird Gasoline and Pure Cita.
Hal her 5, to Perry on November 010 brother Arthur climaxing a 66 and Mn Gladys Johnson' names which the treasurer1 report was a a mystery.A cars using
ITednct 11, Qulncy National] and Tallahassee on November yard march. were presented and accepted for given by Mn. C. E. Jackson letter to the editor wa* Motor Oil Photo by Martin's_Studio.__

Guard Armory on_Graven._Street .7-18.. Joel Embry scored the other two membership. The Home Demonstration Cubsthen ommending that a road be
-- owhdowna on run of :2 and 1 Mn. J. W. Woodward reported made Interesting reports between Tallahassee and In our back yard. hurry next Tuesday be cure to
yards. The first ot the 2 TDi that 14 name had been sent to which showed much! progress point on the Apalachlcola put an "X" by the name of all
came a* a result ot a blocked national service and 10 name to Mrs. Marjorie Gregory, Home The be- the unopposed candldites that
writer
I presume. wa Well this Is the last Issue
'k W punt by Winston Chester giving while relation A check for, Demonstration Agent made several oiling the advantage of .' the General Election next were nominated In the primary
$2.50 had been received
the Tiger good field position al from na announcement, among them elections
the road com through
to Uonal service this month. day and I must admit I'll be
the 38. It look eight play hat on April 1, an Educational since it would be of .' '
score Doyle Forehand split the Mn. Reyes, chairman for the Style Show would be staged with help to the Brunswick Mall when It Is all over It
( t uprights fur Qulncy'i only extra coffee and stamp machines, reported cotton only being used In the been ROUGH! And of course,
; Cost of the paper per year
$2.110 from the coffee
point machine style shown. This 1* to encourage Core outfit couldn't let the cat PerjOna
4 cash If he (the )
$ publisher
lathe and a bill for coffee [
So far this season. Quincy cocoa of main
the use of cotton, one our know the subscriber and SS without a few more threat ol
only team to core more than and cup totaling $17.80.A Several educational
iroducts. pro-
in the Federal authorl-
two touchdown against powerful letter was read by the secretary will be the redlt Editor Knowle
Cairo. A tribute paid by Head from Bonnie King, student grams. given during had t job printing shop In if anyone that happens to be Richard Wynne, student at
) skinned much made a
West who thought tune, who won a scholarship and ear.A junction with his newspaper to as
Coach Thomas
letter' of appreciation wa that had anything to do Florida Central Academy, Sorren-
I Is now at die Gordon Kellar I School bP advertised that all
It couldn't be done.stalwart defenslve- of Nursing, 39 Columbia Drive, read from Jeynean Woodbery, a4H bills under $5 wan cash In the election. All I can say ton, Fla., came by plane yesterday
Outstanding
the Home
ty for the Tiger were: Clayton Tampa. The Auxiliary 1* proud Demonstration girl sponsored Cub.by ranee. that we for have had election in for a visit with his parents,

lanney credited with 4 tackle of this former Candy Striper and Mn. Fred Klbilka gave I good Bookkeeping at the Times 'county without all many this many outside many at-,' Mr. and Mn. Jake Wynne. He
and 1 assists, Winston Chester, 3 hopes that others will ftIow her report on Glen Julia Park Association be a lot simpler If that .wa and we have a pretty will return to school Sunday.Mr. .
... I tackles, 4 assist and a blocked lead and take up nursing a* airofessioa of which the I* chairman. today. right'A reputation hereabouts of nav-1 and Mrs. Kenneth WUsnn
and Marlin Seay with 3 and Mn Gregory showed a tapestry honest ones They have' and three children pent the weekend .
runt may
I IV Auxiliary membership Is embroidered with seeds made Mrs. John Kanald, I '" conducted at times in ir: with his parent, Mr. and j
I 'A home game Is on tap for tomorrow pen to anyone who would like to by Mn. M. L. Register\ which Srl'l't' Greece, ha \ fashion, but they were Mr*. Louie Wilson Mr. Wilson
Hold withBrarc.1a donate time and service to the I the Mayor of Quincy asking I
night at Corey was t conversation piece. So we welcome the FBI, and his family live at Cocoa
the from Bainbridge providing hotK llal. There I* no better way Preceding the program, Mn he send to her two or the Core lawyer W* have Beach. He Is Administrator of
Kickoff to show appreciation for the good cent copies of "your dally
the opposition. Cecil V. Butler ol Havana made to hide But they won't' the hospital at Cape Kennedy.
time I* a p.m. lings of life that cone your way some remarks on the Importance mper." Since we don't running our county not for Mn. F. R Whittle was among
Yardstick than to help someone who 1* It 'of voting and the difference me dally we are tending her I any way. I' those who attended the District
I Quincy Cairo and needa your helpFarm vote could make a* was shown copies of the weekly Times. Cancer meeting at Wakulla Lodge
18 IT mid In conclusion "Thank
First down '
hmugh history.
forget, or get In too big a today.
bosom ot heart before _.
Rushing yardage 242. 271 She cited case where one vole from ----
I Bureau
Passing yardage 45 09 elected president, one vote kept Gad may J'anl:
Passe attempted 12 12 one from being Impeached, etc. and your great
tr4h Passe completed 9 S (OnnHniml from Pap One) She then Introduced Sam lamar Hope all the people ot KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc.
I Passe Intercepted by 1 2 the purpose of determining If his who I I. with the Extension Service eel U that lady does.I I ,
decisions consistent with the
Punt 224.0 1.Z.0 were
Cigar Leaf Tobacco Foundation CHARLES KINARD, Owner
mention ol the laws and the best I
Fumble 2 1
Inc. He gave a stirring talk on understand that the big
Nimble lost I 1 interests of the United State U Remodeling e Additions
the Importance ol voting. He (Apalachicola I II dropping :
Yards penalized 20 55 board In the, the opinion of submitted this review emphatically did not say HOW to quit I bit to I know it won NEW CONSTRUCTIONGarages
Snore by quarter opinion by vote or for whom but to VOTE. long before Hunter Belt and
I :Z J 4 Total a particular justice were not cot H. gave historical farts and figures ny Hutchtnann will be .' Carports Porches
Istent with Intent of law
the the
Qumcy 0667 It on voting especially In this hack to Shorty Parrlxh* Roofing Siding Cabinets
and In the best interest ol the
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Cairo county. Mr. Lamar was well received Ooldwater Branch. Of
United State board would .
the Florida Rooms Enclosures"No
by the women who asked hey wait another week It
recommend his dismissal
the of and upon the him many questions on the sub b& Kennedy Creek again. Job Too Large or Too Small"
approval Congress
GCH Auxiliary counted
pot. He said number Johnson Slough I
President would then appoint e I but Intelligent voting was all 1mnrtant. I Havana Highway Phone 627-8495
(OontliMwd from Pace OB) successor. Haven't had real '
planning to do volunteer work after We do not believe this to be Inconsistent then made
I Miss Woodbery a CO fishing lately so last I
This Little Charm is AlsoA school and on Saturday at the with maintaining car good 4-H club report. Johnny Vitae and I went
new Health Department building. tinuity, honor, and prestige in After Mn. Klbilka gave the Invocation Tallahassee highway to the HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
Charming Little Watch, 'She reported 135M: hours for the his our highest court. I the group wa Invited River bridge, put our boat In
I math ol August and 7344 hour I. For the purpose ol maintain- into the dining room where a went upstream a little way
A Little Pin for September, bringing the Can. rc the economy Insuring sitlllly I covered dish luncheon wa en- taught 70 of the prettiest CARS
Charming dy Stripers to a total ol 1200 > In employment, and produoon oyed. During the norm hour, the bl't'amJIat I have teen In USED PARTS for all makes
hours service In the past six of agricultural commodities, time and place committee reported day. It teem that to go
A Charming ttle Pendant.That' 'months. with particular reference to shade that the next meeting would this day and time you of Cars and Trucks

Mr*. Reyes reported that the grown wrapper tobacco we urge be at Glen Julia Park the fourth V\ up before day and go 24-HOUR.WRECKER SERVICEWE
a Lot of Charm for $19.95 was buying material and with the the adoption ol e federal tax polcy Tuesday In April with the Junior IIIxly miles and get home
help of Mr. McKlnnnn and several designed to levy a tax uponall 'oman't dub and the Qulncy'omnn's nlllbt and sometime BUY JUNKED CARS
others, wu making children' tobacco products offered for Club hoat_ Mnlalmo .
CARAVELLE' U tle or no fish. We teem to 1422 W. Jefferson MAIn 77115IColorDaysTV
gowns pajamas and robe for sale to the public, that uses I, (] Alday made this report.The look a lot of the good thing I
enmuntf lUlOVA ,the Layette, another project d reconstituted, Imitation of, or subtitute Resolutions report wa then
,the Auxiliary. The treasurer, Mrs for natural leaf tobacco given by Mn. Charles Deane. I
George Monroe, reported a $10 when being used u a wrapper. Mn. lanier Richardson greet-,
W Wood donation from Mr*. Allen tan GADSDKN: COUNTY FARM ed I member and guest on ar- -
oL. Aewcicr Icy, tl from Mrs. Abby Munroe BUREAU RESOLUTIONS rival at the club Mill Sara Mayan Ita !
and 15 given by Mr*. M. W. Mun 1. We recommend whereverfeasible decorated the club rooms J ; Special
roe fur the use at the' layette 1.00millre. \ the development ol all using I Fall or Halloween theme N
107 East Jefferson Street Florida Mrs. dark no.mmons, anew local sources ot labor, the em- which! wa outstanding
Quincy
to loyment ol school youth during
member, wa* appointed Othen assisting the social chairman
thli committee. to work with the_ vacation period could be an excellent I Mn. Richardson were Mn
H labor supply. W* urge I len Lovtngood, Mr*. Gary Frank-
the farmers in our are to Insb- lie. Mn. James Watt, Mn. Fred
gate a program with proper suprvishn (Ibilka. Miss Sara May Love,
.' to utilise this supply ot Mre. Don Brown. Mn Klnson
labor, believing that it will be Cook Mn Charle Deane, Mr*.
beneficial to the farmer, the stu- William Montague, M.... G. O.
dents, and the community. Barnett and Mrs. Pierce Williams'
lI 2. We recommend that Farm Following the meeting the cramcal -
Bureau members take a greater I held I business session. after
interest In our local problems and which they entertained with a tea
through kung Informed through In honor of Mn Shirley dark
1 the newspaper and Assistant Demonstration Agent,
s..ra radio and attending Farm Bureau
who I retiring.
r rI rI' rw '
III policy meetings such at this. Join ,
1 a concerted effort to continually
Improve spiritual, political, and
I j ecrinomic comKUons ot the loral LEAFTHEATRE + T t as + rI
community. In relation to this
'effort we urge all members lo
submit In writing to the Board
I I I I'' of Directnn! any reasonable kin* I 1
that would contribute to this retolutlon. -

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: FEA Group Sandra Dee

r Robert Goulet
!I ((VmllmMxl from Page OM)
area County to allow real propertv Andy Williams
tax for school purpasrt on Drat In c
x 13.000 ot assessed value moving ZENITH QUALITY

I hll i i' I J3.000 homestead exemption beyond "I'd Rather gig' PERFORMANCEFEATURES
mil point this proposal to
,amend the hnmeiitmd exemption
II I IIlII by shifting Its application from Be Rich"In

'tam to S2.000 so that It would apply -
beyond the first SJOOO and Technicolor!
on the next 13.000 would app/11O I
Sarasota County only
I In the tarn action the department -
: went on record as opposed Sun MoD.Greqory v + Naaocaaryso toCeanaus
to Amendment No. 4. Permission sea a Mh W.M.ta.
II,i to spend principal ot State School PeeL as Maea.nea

i Fund ate capital outlay on behalf Anthony QuInn .,aau..a ass .,a.e..
ol universities, junior mllege .,r .aesrr.
III *. and puNic school The In"Behold

r unitution presently provide rID.
"the principal ot the State School: A --
Fund shall remain tacred and ::
MdtRJI41 Inviolate." This amendment would :
THIS WEEK remove this absolute prohibition Pale HQrse"Tu. \ DUAL SPEAKER
sure COlO VIDIO
against spending the principal o(
Froat, ..cold Injector Cooling; ends LO-BOY CONSOLE euAHO U.Clmina TV-
ONLYWITH the Slate School Fund far
any purpose
W* tvWM .n.,. ins
? defrosting forever. whatsoever ... Wed. ,._v-'o TheGLIN DAU.ModeI 1111 U :" -........ .,
I 118-pound Frott-Fni Freezer never i The Florida Education Association U" Beautiful Cotmiparary stytlag.Zwilta "e.i .

needs defrosting. $325.00 Department ot County SuperIntendents Nancy Kwan i x !6i ,....r.4 Color Demodllla- ,
also recommends that d ow
Vt't 511& toe Circuitry. Tee Froat-Flriag
Versatile Sh.lYinc-Glidt-Out Shelf the penple vote flit AmendmentsNo. In e _.J_ Daabisca..Spaak.esr.e'anrfran ONLY .1
Position Shelf i, J, I, Sand 11 and oppose '-.A r. IIIc sea .... kv viewable ,

Plus Magnetic Door Latches, Fast. Amendment 3rd balk*No.. 4 on the November 'Tamahine"Coming a;;;& aot- ... toMe.

Freeze Ice Tray Shelf, Twin Porcelain TRADESUBER 1

Crispers, Butter Compartment, $
Built-in Quality. Sunday A TRUE VALUE TRADE 75 000 1AI.LOWru.rs f.
.are.rite.
"TheUnsinkable ON YOUR PPESENT

BLACK & WHITE TV WILL MAlE

THE DOWN PAYMENT TERMS I TRADEISTEWARTYOUNG I

and JOHNSON CO."Your 4


Town and Country Shopping C.nttr" Molly Brown"With


1121 West Jefferson St QuIncy 627-7S31
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tT&tic ticket up to this present administration Strickland. Third gradeAlcz. need to lake' any action rlgh\ !a Munroe and Mr*. Jack Rich Itlng relatives in Tampa for a visited relatives In CWOf

; LETTEiZS4I b.t frankly I will no1 inder Johnson, Joe Woodber sway, bill 11 I icy/) do no bear unit irdjnn returned ketsy from tiePanama John Curry, student se AhaMu
t vote for Lyndon J 011110Iundf', Marcelle Potter Larry Wynne ai"irol is within! two weeks they ahuuk City Beach cottage of UK weekAmong those attending the Baldwin Onllege spent the wl
THE "any terms. To do so It will be en Sapp. fourth grade Joh:: all or write us." former, where they spent hoc Owens-Smith welding In Jacksonville end with his family here.

dorslng every dlcatorlal powei Richard Johnson, Ray Munroe, "On the other hand, Kehoe emihaslzcd days were Mrs Fred Jone, Mrs. Mr and Mr*. Fred May u
tYiTOR. passed under this present admin Veil Davis and Stephen Subei, there may be man]) I Mr. Qraydnn Bevls of Miami Hilton MrKlvey M rt. Jack Cbvington. leaving today for a cruise '
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istration. Fifth grade Calvin Curry, her: II .1.flier workers who are now disibled .I vWUii8 her sister' Mis Belle Mrs Hugh McKeown and R muda They mil spend I slim
---- Your vote for Senator Rare)> Morgan, Carole Ann Smith. Sal! but who have never asked tt ilfins.Mr. Mr*. Alma (Owen lime in Jacksonville with hi

Goldwater will be In your favor gradeJanet Mean, Betty Sow it the social security office ti.Ind and Mrs. Paul Mess of Or' Mrs Sam Wright of Orlando mother. Mr*. George Munroe, b
Dear Editor and in the best Interest of your ell\ Joe Wheat and Batty Davis : eor'or r they may be eli ando and (hut! Urlea of ret lias hI'm11111"1 Miss Kate Stew- fore tailing
The lime of the presidential country. Seventh grade T. R Smith, llai social security disabilil;}
pent the weekend with Mr. and +i election ii clone at hand. T uelection Vote for Barry Goldwater.I. el Burns, Gloria Grantham an ncuranc benefits. Some peoplt Mrs Hermit Wahl. Dr. and Mr, B D Blackw elder of West Palm Beach spent tf
u perhaps to be the grayest J. Davidson, Adelaide Munroe. Eighth grads'Wary lid not apply because they realUec from weekend with his brother anwaves )
Mrs. Nnra Cox and daughter flaw returned LaGrange.Ga
of day 1700 W Jefferson Stewart Bnstick Bett
our that not alnothey
; they were eligible
where vlnlled ivlatlves Mr and Mr. Archie Gres
Mis Mary Frances Cox have ainio they
There area few people in owgreet May, Helen Claire Wheat. Nand 4-H Club have walled beyond the ton
*!" Mrs. Ida Oowart of Miami Dr and Mrs G E Boring and<< any and Mr and Mr*. Mass
State that feel Parra
Davis,
they cannot ir&deHal Arylls limit (for filing an applicationOthers
A Im It Mrs 01<<'1 staler In law diuglitcr Mill Elaine nOrm! hate I:ivgon! '
Views
Tcntlgrade
forsake leave Shav New
or the Democratic more, Mary Caroline heard abcs
ltlI8f-rt\; : Mr. and Mri Sammy Gray and returned from a \-lsita\ St t'i'teetxtrg t
The vast Willie Elliot For b It
Party. majority of ui Mary \\t want '
:.. I children and her mother, Mrs with their son, Dr 1:14'norlnl Optimism is more Important
feel that the party has left us. Ins rest Davis. Eleventh grade Ev DOIBI.R! "G" 4 T.R3 MEET 1 tea, from them u awn as po Thelw business than cash U to buyer
and famlh >
T J Reman visitors in
were
much as this ii true we should AROUND rette Gay, Sandy J 0111IOIRod The Double 'V 4-H Cub me sible" .
vote for the best Interest of our Shaw. Betty McMtchael. Twelfth I .l I the borne of Jeynean Woodben, People newly eligible for benefit Cairo Sunday.
country.We grade- Jonnie Edwards. Beta :n Tuesday, October 6, at 4.11im. because of the amendmeni Mrs C. II. Gray of Daytona IivUltlna
know that the Civil Rights Th. Jayne Solomon and Betty Strom I will\ receive back payments tc her *cin and daughter! in
bill has been passed and It will Saw Dick Bates the other day The meeting was called to ordei'jy November 1961 if they appiy be- law, Dr. and Mrs C. II. Gray and GENERAL ELECTIONTuesday I
be rammed down our throats after SQUARE He' leaving for San Diego where the president Jean Thompson, fore the end of November 1964 'amllv. She pent several days In
November 3rd If this present he will be stationed aboard a ship and devotional and roll call wen from till of Mobile with her ..>n In law and
representative
administration Is elected In offlee. B Huber Pat Anderson is spnrtin1 a then given. A date was let fixHir n: will be at the Courthouse 111; hiiRhter Mr and Mrs. Jack
Wilkie button. Said she found It cake sale and plan for a ski Quinsy Monday 1 of each smith,
I In things. made The meeting ova every Mrs J. P. Ho>>d of Balnbrldk-e, 3rd
packed away ere month from 8 30 am to 12 noun November
Strange, but true this bill Is being ,
Well thats it for this weekByebye theft adjourned by the president to assist In filing a claim Ga la visiting her hrmher" and
demonstrations soft-soencd now have and been the called street Even though Halloween decorations I On Tuesday, October 20, th<' nr anting prrwnnl other Information con' slater in law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
!Double "G" Hers gave a program n' lse.hlrt..
are up aroundabout town portal security matters
off The Supreme Court Justices, cemmg
at the Gretna Home Dom T. U Smith Mrs Whit
a lot of11 are getting in the --
who for life and
appointed
are larrls and another sister, Mrs
onstratton Cub meeting.In
have no fear of losing their positions mood to do some Christmas
Cub Scout Pack ,
J Wllllamiwn of Jacksonville GETOUTANDVOTE
have ruled that State Schools! shopping. Some of the stores are order to better acquaint
already arranging their gift dis adults with 4 H work, each of (i) have returned from a visit in
be Integrated regardless of the
It will be fun start talk ol 208 Will Meet Meridian, Miss Balm Rouge, La.
wishes of the fx: >ple. plays to picking Sw > girls gave a on a phase anal Mobile Ala with relatixesMr ,
out Christmas cards and making 411 work and activities. Sheryl
The Civil Rights bill has Integrated brief *, Billy Torhert has returned
Christmas list* .wJ a explana.
Thompson
restaurants, motels, hotels gave Cub !Scout Puck 208 pmoredly In her home In Thomaatnn. Ga
and la
4 H work
along with public accommodations Bytheway while on the subject lion of overall George Mimroe, PT A. will\ hold following a visit with her mother
traduced each of die other memo
giving the owners no of Halloween don't forget ts first meeting of the year at the Mrs. Ohle' V*'alarm,
choice, nor are they allowed to the annual Qulncy PTA Halloween bers. 4 H.Barbara. m-hool" cafctnrium Nov 3, al Mr. ami Mrs U O Burnett and
talks :
5 Thene girl gave on
make decisions relative to whom parade this afternoon at o'clock "What IttellP" 7'30 pm family spent the weekend It) tv
,
they will serve. and supper at the school beginningat Mahaffey "UI All boys II 11 yeirs of age And with their daughter GlnReintudont
doesn Gall Thompson,
8 o'clock. Just hope It
This Is virtually saying! do what namp"; Jeyneen Woodbery, "State who are Interested In becomingCub at Stetson University
we tell you and keep your mouth rain.Was I Fair", Jean Thompson "Stana'urse" Smuts as well as bo>"s who Among tfowe here to attend tlwuneral
(hut. reading the October Issue' Girl Scout and Shnryl T7enpwm"First were Cubs l lalll year are Invited of Mr. Ohle Watunn Satui!
We ell rre In favor of Negroes of Florida Agriculture and noticed 4 H State Conference" and 10 l attend with their parents. I any were \V, A, Watson, Tallahanwe
having gnod schools restaurants, Mrs George W. Monroe, chairman News "4-11 Projects and Other Work" The meeting will he brief In or- Mr and Mr, Carl Owens
motels etc., but on a segregatedbasis. of FFBF Women's Committee, had The 4.11'ers also helped serve' reprinted on her page the editor- return home to follow the aim ton Jones of Panacea
It seems that all of these things ad, "A Solemn Hour of Onrwtitu Cadette Troop 148 met Monday refreshment and talked with the ion returns Mr. and Mr. (Tuirlm OniNnVltrhlta.
Club
would make Democrat from tonal Crisis" by Co!. W. M. Rob- Oct. 28. Most of our time \ s Home Demonstration. member .,..t \ Naomi were rerentInhin DEMOCRATICEXECUTIVE
any about 4 H after the meetingas
the South East, North or West on i neon Jr. The editorial appeared spent In planning for the Jucasee \ adjourned. '' here Mr Onhny Is a
November 3rd for the next President n the Gadaden County Times a hurter resident of Qulncy and
to be coming 110OIThe
tenSheryl
Camp up Repa
of the United States.I few weeks ago. /JerJona ill many friends welcomed their COMMITTEEPaid
Jucaaee Camp, which Is a coun Thompson [s
nice the I\1lO1t.
have always voted a demo- Went to a very supper
other night.! The Commission on dl-wide campout for Junior ("s. n. )\'ERt.EAf' 4 HERS! MEET: Mrs J. D Godwin Is visiting her
Education of the Centenary Methodist dette and Senior Girl Scouts, will: laughter Mrs Paul Bancroft ,X
The Qoverlcaf 4-II Club met at Mr. and Mrs Ned Illnsnn left ten ( Political AdrtrtUtment)
Francisco who has been vis
Floor CoveringIncluding Church gave educational an appreciation staff be November e through 8, at Sllver Cieorxe Munron School Sheryl umiay for Quantlra Va. to visit ting *re.
dinner for the I
of the church. The food was delicious Lake. About 13 girls from our Smith called the meeting to or their son and daughter In law .:Alma; Owens has been vis
excellent and I troon will be attending. Icy Janice Gilbert and Pat Ed. !Second U and Mrs. E. W. Kin-
Formica the program Aarri led the American Flag and
There \ son. It The fiNir will spend 1 the
decorations beautiful. Vance Hewett
Inlaid UnoUura. rubber the til i Flag calutc Janice Gilbert weekend In Wimanwlmrg'
served though that Scribe finest foods service and
was one thing Trorp 1
led the devotional Sharon Dugie Mr and Mm, Mm Fletcher have ,
rtnrL 10.11Counter t had never seen or tasted before read the roll and minute of our
where
-And pickled have okra.noticed the goldenrod Thursday Junior afternoon Scout Troop at the 105 Firs met last meeting Jean Carroll gave a returned pent several from days Nassau. they

Top growing you at the edge
parking lot next to Woods Noticed made "Trick or Treat" Bugs f,irHalloween. manner eleven mf'mbl'rapreaenl lulled their son In law and daughter t
There and
were Glen Mewls
Work Mr. and Mrs. (I
,
the the roof weeds of BelkHudson's.Understand are still growing. on we celebrated' On Juliette Saturday Low's, Oct birthday 24. Laura, Woodward ..hlldren In PrnMcnla during theseekend

\ Mrs Freeman remain1 -
Jo Spitz Is In with a picnic at Glen Julia ,
reporter
longer stay They wereccompanlwl
fur a
AU Tn- mourning.Was Park. Other Brownies and Jun Milton (
Is'nrgestabler
by
reading a 1945 Issue of the lora were there with their lead to

Expert Installation Gadaden County Times and ran ers. We had so much fun folk Social Security diaries, !Stabler.Mm. who visited. his brother/ FRESH PORKNECK
across the Quincy semester honor dancing with students from FSU
Flshrr Williams, members
roll list Believe everyone made who were there to show u. something Information
( the honor roll in those days. In about folk dittoing Late ot her bridge club and Mrs. Lee

SHE ER.SLlTCH the first grade some of the we went on the nature trails. BONES 10
M smart students were John Su Merry Lynn McCall If you become disabled before lb.
"" I.eJ4 iff et/,oul-1 i her, Virginia Shanks and Tommy Scribe April 1983 and have never applied Positive Protection _
JI QUINCY fLOt.OA. I White. Second grade- John lUg for disability Insurance ben-
I don, Denlver Hutchlnann, William This week Girl Scout Troop 107 [fits you should do so, now, ac- Against TERMITES!

Hugh McKeown and. Thelma Fave. went on our camp out. V\e put up| fording to Walter Kehoe social .
our tents, two people are nippowx eeurtty district manager In Tal- c

TIME TO WE HAVE to stay In one tent. That afternoon lahjissee, I HOPS ii l
. we went to the creek and A new amendment to the Social'Vcurlty lb. 59c

.DeTO Paint played In the wood. That nigh! Law change the" rule ,
Plumbing Fixture ,we had hot dogs and manhmnllows. For setting the elide im which aworkl'r'
Complete Line of We read our Bibles list "period of disability" wilt, L
Building Material night. Then the next day Brown ttarted. MIXED
.R[ Alcoa Aluminum Roofing lea and other Girl Scouts came The new law permits the beginning
1 Galvanised Roofing k Siding down there and we danced. When of lie "period of dlaa ,
llouseware k Gift we were finished dancing, we had Wllty" for benefit purptme to beset I '
SAUSAGE 3 99c
J Carey Asphalt Roofing lunch. Then we took our tents at the time the worker actually Ibs.
riiuuit mint leech
Gold Bond Bheelrock down after everyone had left. Tt>en became disabled rather than
and Gypsum Product imly 18 months bark, as has bern r.tI d rd 0.1155w. kill ead
REMODEL we went home. (Quad wit Is.,,its.'..
t.nSdal'.tty
Good k Farm Suppllei By Linda Ylckers the rule. The change doe not I ... ,......t. Ida...? You rsdn I GRADE "B" DRESSED & DRAWNFRYERS
BUILD Pieta Hundred *f Other Item liberalize the requirements of the worry ...u. Ih.,. d..tol.. HIctt '
Rell'ardllndlratr. that the life'xpeetancy law In any way except to permit .. If you h.wye' Wolm.n.f.d.fcMMit$ Mkuildw -
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I BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. e of the alcoholic I. 10 the actual dale of disability to he1rIY"I:1 lf..l..tf..lumber. Wolmtnindlumb.r 29c

H NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY 12 years shorter than that of the : worked out. It ...m.l ,I'.,...' .pas.l/vI."d tat tllckId pna..a, V.1 lb.
non-alcoholic, iffixts ,. lifetime |.'.au..d ddl to..
seder social security fir at \least than Ik I. Iht MI ol a n.w ham.
N five of the ten year before theyIwrame Wrl' or oat bdae tar
dlanhlm and who applied IIU aoosur ECONOMY SLICED

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Irene of those who applied and Pr..,nrn rempinjr,
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t : POCK _CADSDEN> COUNTY TIMES, >OWN'Of FLORTOA TWrtTOAY OCTOBER 2D, tm
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Kittrells Restaurant: Saddle Cub, 8 p m., Auction {process will, come to an end .n Who remembers even a simple
BIG GAP I Market .lanuary, 1965 Meanwhile public i hairline|, schedule Practically no
THE CHATTAHOOCHEE and continuing TRIBUNE I fends continue to he spent on t.1 j one who Is busy enough to he

Wednesday, November 4,- Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m. De-roil. traveling by air.
Published each Thursday at IS & Madison Street
A Jolitt H. I'rirn ,\',,,'.pap.r t Post Office: Jaycees; 12 noon Kittrell's Restaurant: /Is happening 'Is not so The newspaper Is Important la
ESTABLISHED 1D01Quuiry I Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House: Army Re. mush acceleration of public repeating airline schedules for the
works as slnw-do In administrative same reason hat It Is Invaluable
KlondaStand cruller Post Office; Canning! Center, 8 5; Marine recognition of facts. for advertising movies, television
class Pntat. Paid at Qulnor, rl rldn; I Recruiter 12,'Post Office. programs, and grocery prices It
One Year $3.00 Two Years $&SO Six Months $1.75 Is a ready reference which relieves
Thursday, November 5- Canning Center, 8.5; Florida the public of recalling details -
J L Hutthinann .;;li.lrtr I
Sirs' Esthr 8uber ... ......._... ........._.._.... ...... .. LHitnr State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St remembered.which will not or can net be
Don Carman . _..._..... Adn.rfming and Rtui I r/oca I The local retained
newspaper
Friday, November 6- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-
In the home until the next issue
OR+b4 anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; arrives largely serve ar a sub.
Shrine Club, 7:30: p.m., Kittrell'i Restaurant; Junior I.J"Ji"JJ: 'ititute for Imperfect memory.
[ DITORtALC811N
ATIONAL
Woman's Club, 11 a.m., Woman's Club House; Air
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.
T '
SMrttJL4tL w ; f d Because alcoholism is an Illness
IA $ ue4t Force Recruiter. 9-12, Post Office; Canning Center, I' It knows no clans" barriers -

A. O C y 8.5.Monday By Butih it can strike anyone, anytime. _
( tau
j November 9- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson' The recent decision of a large
Center, 8 5 Social Rep.; airline to switch the major portion
House: Canning ; Security of Its advertising tram other RUSTOLEUMSTOPS
resentative, 9:30: a.m., Courtroom, Courthouse: Boy' media' to newspapers Is undersiandnhle -
Amendment 10 Deserves Support Scout Troop 203, 7:30, Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop I "beu the nature of the

148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. i newspaper. reading audll'DCI' Isronnlrtrred.
Amendment No. 10, one of 13 change In the state
constitution to be voted on in the Nov. 3 general election, Tuesday, November 10- Canning! Center, 8 5; Rotary Every which Independent has studied!research markets RUST
company!
deserves the affirmative vote of all Florldians. Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., and advertising media has

This amendment merely authorizes an Increase from Masonic Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers fount: mat newspaper readership In
11/ 7:33 Club House, Shadow St.; Quincy increases as the educa'ttonal and Available
18 to 20 the number of circuit court districts the Florida p.m. becomes
1PVtol
economic \ a public -
Legislature may create. Permissive in nature, the new Garden Club, General Meeting, 7:30: p.m., Garden higher.It .

law would be Implemented immediately only In Palm Center. I does not take much Imagination All Colors

Beach and Broward counties. there are always efforts, come of which hay. been successful Wednesday, November 11Navy Recruiter, 10.30: a.m., the majority to reach of the people conclusion who that are AVAILABLE IN

Need for the amendment Is clear, resulting from to divert gasoline tax revenues from the purpose Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant;! regular air line customers are In ALL SIZE CANS

population increases in the state since 1956, when the for which they are supposedly levied that is, road Exchange Club, 1pm., Jefferson House: Army Recruiter the higher economic and social AND

original reorganization of the circuit courts was adopted. building and maintenance.The Post Office; Canning Center, 8-5. who brackets.have the They money are and the the people need SPRAY CANSGuaranteed

The ISlhi Judicial Circuit, for instance, has grown to the motorist is going to have to make his weightfelt to travel by air. They are the

point where its operation has become unwieldy In no uncertain way if further inroads into his people' who subscribe to newspapers to
Three decades Palm Beach and Broward as a matter of routine praytire STOP RUSTI
ago counties heavily depreciated dollar are to be blocked. And on The National Outlook They are people who read
each with one circuit Judg., were separate districts. occasion, he has done just that. Last March, for instance, newspapers because their work

They were combined In 1936 for the sake of efficiency, Wisconsin voters dealt with a proposal to raise that By George Higodun and social relationships require LARSENLUMBER
enabling the two judges to assist each other as the need state's gas tax from six to seven cents per gallon in al Michigan Employment Security that they have a depth events of understanding --
about current
8I.o\\.JO\\S i\ TIIRALULERATION Commission was expressing its
arote. Now, no such need exiits. referendum. Nearly a million people voted and about PROGRAM satisfaction with the Improvementin I local as well u national which CO.
At present the state constitution provides that judicial 85 cent laid No. cannot be obtained elsewhere. ,
I per About two years ago Congress late 1962. In July, 1963, the There Is another Important reason Phone 627-7276
circuits consist of not less than 50,000 population. Broward '
It has that the
been argued gas tax is "painless. (passed the Pi bile Works Acceleration ,Secretary of Labor removed the however, why the local newtpaper Mainline Drive
and Palm Beach counties now have- combined population Maybe that was true in the long ago, when it was very Act which authorized the Detroit area from his official list may be the best medium
according to the 1960 census, of more than 662,000. small But there's plenty of pain in it now. The hope is provision ol federal funds for construction 1:of places burdened with severe for_consistent airline advertising'
projects In eras at substantial 'unemployment. In August 1963,
Under a bill passed by the 1963 Legislature, Palm
that public sentiment will stop it from becoming still and persistent unemploymint. l the Area Redevelopment Administration
Beach would remain the 15th Judicial Circuit and
County wone. The Ait was Intended to announced Its Intention
Broward County would become the 17th Judicial Circuit make new Jobs quickly In each of terminating the area's designation
areas, but only is long u their u a "redevelopment ..-ea" -
J effective Dec 1, 1964, if Amendment No. 10 is approved.
Sea Power Means World Power unemployment problems contin which" designation made it eligiblefor
M
Judicial circuits 18 through 20 would be created by
: assistance probably' In February
i the legislature later as* population need. required. ued.It now appears that the agrwy' J984.: Then on February
It is nol.worthy'thal this amendment will not meani ( Late reports tell us that, overall, the Soviet economy administering the Act has, contrary 20, 1964 the termination finally I e+ s. ?
Is expanding! at a much slower rate than was planned.The to the Intentions of Congress went Into effect.
additional costs. No new judgeships will be created .
continued to commit pub Fait IgnoredBut
Soviet goal of this
overtaking
I
I neither will any be abolished. The change will be largelyan country economicallyseems lic funds to projects in areas for lo, on that very same day
farther
administrative one; bringing the court operation intobetter away than ever many months alter they ceasedto the municipality of Detroit as
But that is not true in every area one of the ex qualify as places of iubnt focus and enabling it to be more responsive tot
ceptions Is maritime development In a letter publishedin and persistent unemployment. II market area wan designated -
the people in the area of its Jurisdiction. This la revealed In a report by the as a new redevelopment
[t Vote FOR Amendment No. 10 on Tuesday, Nov. 3. U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Hanson W Baldwin, Comptroller General of the United 1 area. The same steps are now
a top authority on military and related mailers, says: Slates. The Comptroller Generals being gone through to get this off
"The amazing expansion of the Soviet merchant marine, a watchdog, appointed to sec the list and (hopefully the whole
that the funds appropriated byCongress I r
The Stop Light Burns the great Improvement in Russian shipbuilding capability are spent In accord with

the huge expansion and aggressive tactics of the its wishes. MIXCONCRETE
J| There are those who favor a steady and seemingly Soviet fishing fleets, and the extensive Soviet oceanographic flagrant lane i READY

endless expansion of the Social Security System. They program all portend a determined challenge to The amount provided In the Detroit Mr. Businessman:

want to increase the benefits and reduce the age stlpulations. the world's maritime nations. By the 1975.1980 period, area" Is the most flagrant While you're What'a happened
V On top of that, they want to saddle the system with the Soviet merchant marine, Judging by'palt construction raw In point. Through April 1,
1964, more ecwleruted public
talking to this to this ?
) such costly additional responsibilities as the MedicareI and present plans, will be by .far the largest in the works funds had been committedIn I if one

I scheme. Those who feel this way would do well to take world The Soviets have learned that sea power that area than in 47 of the 60, customerToo
and look what is in states of the union.
a long searching at happening means world
power. Detroit had recoveredfrom CONCRETEBLOCK
Actually many busy signals are not good for
France.Dn. This, certainly, ie the answer to the critics of Amer. [ Its unemployment problem i busin your
I ,Shannon, a writer for The Washington Post,LA lean merchant marine policy. At the root of that policy before" the program was even'' Perhaps one line can no longer handle load.
started. By September, 1962, the your
Times Service recently told this story. The French social Is the differential subsidy system, whereby paymentsare l'l'l'OVeof the automobile Industry We will be happy to make a free communications

t security plan faces bankruptcy. Its costs are expectedto made to American-built, American-maintained, Amer had reduced unemployment I check-up for you. Call us.Quincy.
reach more than a third of the national budget this ican-owned and American-crewed ships serving trade In Detroit l to levels comparablewith j *
those In the nation at large
The contributions taken from workers and emI
I year. routes the players are extremely high 26 per cent and 18 percent a matter of sheer necessity, for the simple reason that any cane for giving this area special Products -

I respectively. But, even at those rates, it is impossible the_costs'of building and operating U. S. flag vessels, assistance at the expense of CompanyAllen I .
to make both ends meet ] because of taxpayer all wee the country. Bosttck and
largely our wage levels, is far greater than The steps In the process by' ;
Significantly, says the report, it I. not the retirement those of the other maritime nations with which we must which the Improvement In employment John Thomson ; Telephone Co.
part of the ,plan that Is principally responsible for this compete.Yes. In Detroit has gradually Phone MAta MOW I ;;;;; I'

dire state of affairs. Instead, It is the health insurance sea power means world power. That is what rome Interesting to official cane notice history make. The an I...a

program.It the Soviets are after, in this ever.Intensifying economic
would be folly for anyone to say that the same cold war with us. There never was a time when our

thing! could not happen here. Our own social security need for an unsurpassed merchant marine, flying our The world's leading acoustical experts made the test.

\ program has its financial problems now, and the tax flag on the seven seas, was as great as new.
rates are to rise again. No one really knows just how The U. S. Auto Club certified the results: at 20 mph... at 40 mph... at 60 mph...

i much the Medicare addition would cost In the long run. QUINCY

| And there can be small doubt that would be followed

I by demands for further broadening and Increasing the CALENDAR OF EVENTSA The 1965 Ford rides
services social security would have to pay. quieter

other for tyingIn Service the
There are many reasons opposing Community by
health care with a retirement program The red STOP
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce S27-BS1I '
i light burns bright. I

Thursday, October 29Canning Center, 8 5; Florida than a Rolls-Royce :

New Look In BankingThere Stale Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert SL I .

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Is an ancient and stale joke concerning! ai Friday, October 30- Alcoholics Anonymous and AL Prior to the Introduction of the to be slightly quieter st ad

banker who had a glass eye.' The point of It was that you anon family group, 8 p.m., St. Paul' Pariah House: 1965 Fords, the country's leading speeds. SOUND LEVEL (U readings ki decibels)
could readily tell the false eye from the real one because Canning Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12 automotive writers drove The officlalteol report reads,

It\ was much the kindlier and warmer. Post OUice. the new models at Dearborn. In part: "At all moving peed. .

Whether there was an element of symbolic truth In Monday, November 2- Kiwanis Club, !. p.m., Jefferson about Maul of the these extraordinary experts remarked quietness on quieter both than courses ti a koiT thTFordi l -were.' MPH FORD ROt1S-ROYCE QUIETER BY r

this, in the long ago, is a matter of opinion. But it certainly House; Canning Center, 8 5; American Legion John I and smonthneu of the Ford The Difference The sound mob 67.4 72.3 4.9

has no aptness nowadays. For banking, along with W. Shaw Post 84 8 p.m., American Legion Home; ride An automotive writer, In level difference be sure, ls
other has undergone a complete overhaul Are/.anise lit urrated, said If : 75.9 81.4 5.5
eo many thing. Masonic Lodge, Gadsdea Chapter No. 30, RA.M., mail-but it is there. At 60 pII
an ov.rhaullhat applies not only to the breadth there is a quitter car made in miles an hour. Ford was actu-
Tal-Mar-Quin Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building: 82.6 83,4 2.8
this ,I haven't driven it. eve
} of Us services but to its attitude. country ally 2.1 decibeb* quitter than
.
Social Security Representative, 9:30: a m., Courtroom
We have entered the era of what ii known as full. Quiet Means Quality Since Rolln-Royce. Al 40, Ford 'was
Courthouse Scout 7:30
; Boy Troop 203 ,
f I service banking. This simply means that banks are able p.m. quiet is a trauliono&IIt"ure! 3.3 decibels quieter. At 20 TEST CONDITIONS: Dry, acoustic eoiiyliiaf firm.
Scout Hut: Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian of Ford ford was 4.9 decibel quieter. .Iml tot
I and eager to provide loans, at moderate rates of interest, car quality engineers awdtriuly smooch sonenu TEST CERTIFIED er
Church. dmigned the 65 Ford for maximum However imall these advantages dreaded hithmr Usht United SUM Am Club.
loan
for just about every legitimate purpose. Not every Rolla mat be, M AU
quiemew. To illustrate over -Royce quarters cut of CARS TESTED: Tw brand-
can be approved law and policy, properly and necessarily Tuesday, November 3Canning Center, 8 S; Rotary they are aifniAcant evidence of cued at itudjr 20 40 and new Roib.Rone JU .Cloud
make It obligatory to say a polite NO In various Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House: Garden Club Board quality-Important to anyone to mph crab all .dowl. 111 Hdim, V-l wtik auwSUM .
...
Instance But the bankers recognize; that credit makesI Meeting. 8 p.m., Clubhouse: Lions Club 7. p.m. I 'L. buying a car In Ford's etas. EQUlPMENTi*4 nail clo.I"'A TEST Kjtwvraculoa trumfciioa. IM pop

the modern world go round, and that their function is to d l Take A Test Drive A hy- _.. buvf IMtfitt ta Nov York m.US Mck.Tkne .
tie rank each wiiki
furnish it with a minimum of red tape and paper work. FOR and a warm welcomeawaityou racerdms throusk died : .-*.fclc-l.ck V-l lest,.
1 It Is a friendly system, devised to help and not hinder, st your Ford Dealer's. The okMnruini and UVeuthN and Cnilw-OM.ile mmm
sri pncwo up retard
and lie b.n.flclallmpact on this nation is enormous. FUEL OIL key, Incidentally, An in the (lock Dora nprinii ti PifniNow ..< too.: Celia.
Even the of banks has been swiftly no matter, whicb tide Is up- doei,,"'". TEST CON $00 LTDleer/Mdh
appearance symbolic of the hundred of .. Oa/uJe
DUCTED SOOt
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changing. As new buildings go up and old ones are advances find IB Ford
you'll any 14, by loll BwiMk andNmiu XL end Gal-
expanded and modermied there is less and less austerity HOME DELIVERY ..... Rd-Refs 5iICIoII4 IU you road-tot. Come in and tee 1-.01 CwnhrUt sue 100 t. fmJ
They become more comfortable, as well a* more efficient, ...... sear 01 teas for yourself.D.d. MM., ikt world I.r..$l Door Sdaa.r .
.
places In which the business of every kind of depositorand CALL 627-8888 this quality achievement: Ford -._w a. wrwn.ar r r.a"r rw.e.aalease _

borrower can be dealt with In a pleasant atmos In Quincy chose 10 make a documented)
phere. Yes, these is a new look in banking In all of Its lest IIlntM worlds float -_ -
varied facets. luxury car-Roll -Ro\ce.
'
'r' 6632319In Roil Beratwk and Newman. L.

Inc. world's leading acowtie
Not "Painless"Many ChattahoocheeDISTRIBUTOR consultants to government and

Industry, conducted the tests

r: o motorist grumbles at the price of
Its.gone steadily up, he thinks, and he may suspect that .. United Slate Auto
PROMPT. DEPENDABLE. Club." All can were tuned to
the Oil him. ,
companies are gouging .
factory tpeciflcatiom.TtoKnuM..The
Well like eo many other more or less common beliefs COURTEOUS SERVICE

this is a misconception. Gasoline 1s one of the Forth proved s -
few in which less : la rant PtrtonM Its Feed Ocher son LTD kms Mu4
very products 9.n.ralll" costs now rugs" teei teaoa ooaevq
than it did some years ago. It's actually cheaper than Weat B

distilled water.It FORD

that U true, why must we pay more per gallon for SERVICE 0 Test drire Total Performance'65...best year yet to go

it? The answer Use In one little word: taxes Gasoline me'r.-teas.see.or.-...
taxes, both state and federal have been raised time and

time again. The result U that when you pay S3 lor a OIL CO. STAMPS

tank lull of gas you're getting only S2 worth. The other
:
dollar disappears Into the tills of the tax collectors South Robert Street Inman-Johnson Motor Company Inc.

No other necessity and few out and out luxuries ON ALLPURCHASES ,

bear u heavy a sales tax. y.t In various states move- QUINCY 213 WEST JEFFERSON STREET QUINCY. nORIDJIt

Beat ore afoot to add still another penny or so. And, ,

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FRESH PORK SHOULDERROAST
LIPTON TEA 14 Lb. 69(
Pork LIPTON
TEA BAGS Sfa 99
CHASE 4 SANBORN
INSTANT COFFEE "1z. $139PURINA

Chops DOG CHOW '!;:. $119
WISHBONE ITALIANDRESSING
Pound 25 8BtI.:' 35
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SAUCE MIX si 27e
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NO.1 WHITEGRAPEFRUIT
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TABLERITE PUREPORK 3 for 29c Plain or Sell-Rising
I SAUSAGE 3 its. $100 r
MEDIUM YELLOWOINONS
ROBIN
TABLERITE FRESH LEAN
3 lb. 19c
GROUND BEEF s lbs. $100 HOODFLOUR

SUNNYLAND ALL DAIRY VALUESALL

MEAT FRANKS 3 '. $100 FLAVORS TABLERITE 10 Lb. Bag
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CARAMELS I 14 39cPARD
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CHEESE p\>\LQ.\ 79cKRAFT

PARKAY PINT SWIFT
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MfalC 8H GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 21, 1984WOMEN'S


Thursday LuncheonFor sand pure will bristle up and Cgtt:
Sycamore HD Episcopal Dogwood HD annihilation with every spike in
Quincy VisitorMrs. their body.
PAGE Club MeetsThe Club In Meet Nearly every ruse ends In fall-
I Amos Davis entertainedwith I Church Noles ,

a luncheon Thursday In honor Sycamore Home Demonstration : The Dogwood Home Demonstration ure.A local hunter thought he had
of Mrs. R. F. Godard, a former his bur problem licked when I he
Club met October 20, I at from Rt. Paul'sI Cub met October
Wednesday
Person having Items of social nature or* urged to call Quincy resident, who Is visitIng I noticed that his loyal bird j1
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAIn 7-8503 here. the borne ot Mrs. r... A. Gatlln, think that the Every: Member Mrs. Mel 20 at Luten the country for a work home day of licked the stickers from his i miring
with nine members present and clothes. But after sevei&l
Early autumn flowers were at Canvass as we have time to There were 11 ladles present
Interest points in the living room, one new member. Two new officers know it in the Episcopal Church, The morning wu spent sew tripe a. jail the lawn gathering
deii and dining room.A were elected, Mrs. Reginald ing, crocheting and embroidering sandspurs on pants legs, the dog
few close friends of the hoe McPherson, vice president and Is a vestigial appendage of those refused to clear off stickers If
Forbush Mr. Cohron Providence HD Mrs. Gil Craig a recent bride,
Miss days when the Church was lust there no quail to
,awe were lUeatI.I Mrs. Louie Hosey, secretary. The was presented pair of 1 were point
I I Followlnllunch a period ot reminiscing club president, who Is also the corning alive to a sense ot stew low cases by U:club. unl.table Cutting 'spur plants with the
Club In
MeetingThe Extension HomemakerCouncil's mower is of no avail. U tall
was enjoyed. Florida Is
Exchange Wedding VowsMilton ardship. It a gimmick, a gun- was covered with a beautiful
I President Is on her way growers think they are about to
cutwork tablecloth and centered
crack, and a and not
gewgaw
be eradicated will call in
Providence Home Demonstration Mrs. Frank Morgan Jr. to Hawaii to attend the National with a lovely flower arrangement. they
Extension Homemakers Council even a Mwessary evil. Now just the runner type> to sneak along
Forbush
M.M Patricia .
: Cub held Its
regudatmonthly ;
Providence YWA Is Hostess At BridgeMrs. meeting. why does everybody need to makea Home the ground below the whirr of the
Cohron were married Mrs. Marjorie Gregory,
end J. George meeting October 21 at
The next meeting win be held pledge each )'ear" Why not mower blades.Glutting
at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. IS Has Mrs. Tom Fletcher's home with Frank Morgan, Jr. was at Mrs. Reginald McPherson's pledges made in perpetuity, with Demonstration for the covered Agent.dish was luncheon present sandtrpurt after the

In First Apostolic Church. The MeetingThe Mrs. Dot Sober president, pre hostess to her bridge club Wed home. the understanding that where circumstances The next meeting will be In November prickles mature is spreading next
Rev. Robert Forbimh, brother ol siding. The roll was called and ne day. Mixed fall flowers were Mrs. Louie Holeyreporllr permit It an annual at the Lake Seminole year's misery because each seed
Sandra Parkin YWA of the at points of Interest.PreredI.na opportunity will be offered for scattered will mean scores of
the brie and the Rev. Medrlck twelve members and two visitors home of Mrs. Durwood Owens with '
the she served
I game the revision of pledges upward to stickers next spring.
Providence Baptist Church met were present. :Mrs. Guy Race serving as co-hos
the bridegroom,, refreshments.Mrs. .
Cohron, brother of Meets levels of Hand pulling and burning Is
Club more re giving I a
Mrs. Bob Holman, recording Bridge
Monday night at 7:30: at the home Everett Morrow would tess.
the ceremony. I was high
performed read the minutes ot ? This cut out that vast sure way of spelling doom to the
The brl li the daughter of the of Anne Sober for a re-organlza. the secretary last meeting and they were score winner and Mrs R. B. Lester With Mrs. Woodward and ponderous operation that usually sticky pest. The time to pull Is as
Rev. and Mm. C. 1:. Forbunh. lion meeting. approved. Mrs. Gordon Fletcher Jr. held low. swings sickly into motion soon as you can recognize the
Woodward
1'aronts of die bridegroom are Diane Chason opened with a Die financial Mrs. Sylvester was sometime In October and comes plant I the spring. Continue to
Mr. and Mm Jesse Cohron, 6001 prayer after which Mrs. Floyd Su. gave Mrs. G. D. Fletcher report.gave the II Canasta Club Meets hostess Autumn to her flowers bridge club with Tues chrysanthemums to rest with a meeting a dittos:' [ JOflfl/J Box until the last spurs mature in

K. Palafox Ilwy., Pcnsacola. her, YWA director, discussed the [devotional from Matthew 3. Mrs With Mrs. Williams day. predominating weein ml'etlnIOm'tlme In November. falL
Wedding selections were presented Alms fur Advancement and du- With such Is Chemical Control
u
a program
E. L. Richards assisted by Mrs.Belle I the living and dining rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Preston WhIttle
by Mm. Connie Korbufchnd brother flee ot the officers. Royal gave the program on Mrs O. E. Williams was hostess Winners ot high and low scores current we are deterred from concentrating of Moorhead City, N. c. have returned With a bit of luck and a lot ot
the Rev Wit Cohron, The following officers wereelected out attention on those hit patience you can kill sandspurs,
Meal Management for Moderns. A to the Friday afternoon canasta received novelties.At : home after visiting ;
d the bridegroom. the altar :: President Diane Chaon work shop for Christmas gifts. club. Colorful autumn flowers conclusion of the game the, who really need to be made I tounderstand brother and sister In law, Mr. and says Dr. G. C. Horn, turf special-
Preceding the bride to vice president Anne Su- the meaning ot Christian 1st with the Agricultural Expert-
ftti.Cra ; was discussed and approved for were at focal point in the hostess served a dessert Mrs. Frank Whittle and othe
was her matron of honor, berj: le'l'etllry.tTeltllUrel'Sandra the November meeting. Crafts and party rooms. Stewardship. We punish relatives.Mr. ment Stationi.
McQualg, sister of the bride. Bowen; historian Dully Fletcher Art were shown by Mrs. G. D.. Mrs. O. J. Clayton won high Club Meets 'alike by treating all alike. I am and Mrs. Andrew Smith If you have loyria or bermuda
Other attendant were Mrs. Don ; program chairman Anne Fletcher, Mrs. Walter Edwards, score and received a household Tally for a selective solicitation, very spent the weekend In Atlanta with grass, use DSMA also known
Forbush, Mr*. Robert ForbUHh.Mrs. Suber; publicity 'halnnanSan. Mrs. E. r... Rleharrli, Mrs. Tom article. Holder of low, Mrs. J. M With Mrs. Gardner limited In :r.'Io reach those their daughter Jane Allen, who as D-Met to kill sandspurs.
Wit Cohron and Mrs. MedrhkColiron. dra Bowen; prayer chairman- Fletcher and Mrs. Fred Suber. Taylor was given note paper and whose proportion t to attends the Piedmont School of For best results apply this
They were attired In Dotty Fletcher; stewardship chairman Mrs. Gordon Fletcher surprisedthe bingo winner Mrs Daasa Smith Mrs. Robert Gardner was hostess the tinlness of their souls, rather Nursing.Mr. deadly arsenic mixture while the
blue brocade gowni. Matching I Linda Williams; community hostess with a lovely birthday received decorated coat hangers. to the Tally Bridge Club than the bigness ol their hearts or and Mrs. J. E. Gilbert and plants are In the juvenile stage
head r Each completed their at missions chairmanBetty cake. The meeting closed with At conclusion ot three progressions Wednesday. Flowers and fruit the abundance ot their gratitude son George spent the weekend In since they are easier to discourage
tire. carried a single red ;Fletcher. prayer by Mrs. G. D. Fletcher. the hostess served an were at points ot Interest Preceding A change such as I now suggest Atlanta with Walter at Georgia at this tender age.
.To ebud. Flower girls were Tarot Dotty Fletcher dismissed with The hostess served fruit salad attractive salad plate with coffeeMrs. the game: she served a des would also make it possible for us Tech and attended homecoming For a complete kin you'll need
Forbuiih a-i Becky Cohron. prayer after which refreshmentswere pound cake, nuts and coffee. Elbert Luten and Mrs: IIrt. to concentrate our energies at rr tlvltt.... to apply the chemicals from three
The bride carried a Bible centered served. If. II. Mallard were guests at the Mrs. Fermell May was high stewardship education the non- Bill Whittle of Jacksonville spent to seven times with each application
with a white orchid. The next meeting will be November club. score winner. pledgers and the newcomers who ,the weekend with his brother and from five to seven days apart
Glenn Cohron, brother of the 9th at 7:30 p.m. with Anne Luncheon For need to be made aware ot the sister In law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Be sure to follow the directions nn
bridegroom was best man. Suber. stewardship principles to whichwe the chemical package, warns Dr.
Mrs. Lee R. MunroeIs Mrs. Gardner Hostess Whittle. They and the Preston
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Jim Forbush, adhere In tills ParIah. We Horn A little
Groomsmen; were Mrs. GodardMrs. Whittles ot Moorhead City, N. C too much of the
Baron McQualg and Eddie Teu AfterRehearsalBuffet Hostess At Canasta At Bridge Club Meet have made much progress in the spent the weekend at Panacea mixture could harm lawn grass.
ton. Ushers were Joe Forbiwh and past five years. We are capabl H sandspurs invade centipede
W. W. Massey and Mrs. Mrs. Lee R. Munroe entertaineda Mrs. Richard Gardner was hostess fishing.
David Hall. of making much more within our Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Drew have St. Augustine or carpet grass try
For her daughter's wedding Supper C W. Thomas entertained with a small group of friends with acanasta to her bridge club Tuesday present capacities. I certainly retumeJ from Los Angeles, California a chemical called atrazine. The
Jin. Forbush wore an azure blue delightful luncheon Tuesday at game Friday afternoon at Autumn flowers were In the living hope that no one will conclude where he attended a U. S. best time to apply this chemical If
crepe en rmhll!. Mrs. Cohron wore T. Freeman Alii'llI'I11prtalnl'd the tome of the former In honor her home on Love Street. Roses and dining rooms. Greeneryand front these remarks that we have Independent Telephone Convention after Jack Frost has visited.
Mr and Mn. ot Mrs R. F. Godard. Mixed autumn fruit highlighted the sun
a Navy Blue dross with matching with a buffet supper dahlias and fruit arrangements reached a plateau of stewardship The Rev. Guy Wade Mrs. Fred It your Chamber of Commerce
accessories. Each wore a white rehearsalof flowers were at points ot Interest. were at interest points porch.Mrs.. complacency; we have not. There Kibllka and Mrs. LanIer Richard. ;won't let you admit that front
following
chrysanthemum corsnge. Friday night Kenneth Mrs. M. W. Munroe:, who won Marcus Shelter who won Is much yet to be done. Dare I attending the District'anrer visits your town then plan for an
!son are
of their
son .
Serving at a reception after the the wedding I111L Yellow Twelve dose friends of the honoree high score, was awarded a deck high score was awarded a double say, let us continue At the Society meeting at Wakul- application of the chemical about
C'l'remooyI'rre Debra lllnhnote, and Miss Patty arrangedIn a former Quincy resident ot cards. deck of cards. written request of the Vestry of la Lodge today. They are members the middle of December. Usually
lavondn Pace and Sue Davis. mums were effectively were IUr t.. At conclusion of three progressions Snack. were served with coffee Trinity Cathedral. Phoenix, Arizona of the Gad aden County Board. atrazine comes as a dry mixture
For a wedding trip, the bride the living room.table WIll covered The hostesses gave Mrs. Godard ; the hostess served a beautiful during the afternoon. I reprint Just as I received Others from Quincy attending or in pellet form.
wore a blue wool suit with Mack The dining doth and centered by a personal gift u a memento of party plate with coffee. it, the following letter. Not having are Mrs. J. R. Leslie and Mrs The best way to apply the chemical
while orchid hy a lure this occasion.\ Club Meets read the documentto Is with
arcs'nanriei and a of white chrysanthemums Tuesday publicly Douglas Watson.Mr. a drop-type applicator.
comaw. The couple will resideIn arrangement flanked by of all- Bridge Club Meets With Mrs. Everett GayMrs. which It refers, in all fairness and Mrs. L. M. May and Don't use the "whlrly" type applicator

Milton. vac rdaixllesdcks 'holing: whitetapers Luncheon For With Mrs. A. S., Harris I cannot publicly read this In the. Mrs. T. J. Farr and her sister as it may scatter particles
but I think fairness gives of the material
Everett: Gay Jr. was hostess Church Mrs. T. D. Woodbery are vacationing on omamcnUls
Floyd Suber. Jr., student at The couple presented their attendants Mrs. Godard Mrs. A. S. Harris entertained to her Tuesday afternoon it a place here. "l>Par Rector at Emerald Crest. caiudng them to suffer as much as
Ahraham Baldwin Agricultural girt son this occasion. the Fourth Wednesday Bridge bridge club. Colorful flowers and Vestrymen: To rectify a malevolent Miss Jane Curry, student at the sandspun.For .
College, Tlfton, Georgia spent theweeksnit Guests were members of the Cub yesterday at her home. Autumn were effectively arranged in the and unfounded charge of Junior College, Panama City, a good kill you may needto
with his piirents. wedding party family and out of Mrs. R. F. Goflnrd, former resident flowers were artistically arranged parry'rooms.Mn. racism made against our fellow !pent the weekend with her parents apply a second application ot
town visitor, totaling twenty five. of Quincy, but now making in the entrance and living Jack Richardson was high parishioner, Senator Barry Gold Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Griffin the chemical In the spring about
her home In Okeechobee, was the room. Permanent arrangements score winner. water, from within our our church Mr. and Mrs. R. D. WoodwardJr. the time the tiny sandspur plants
Mason Music honoree at a luncheon given by were in the dining room. Preceding the game the hostess we respectfully request that you spent the weekend In St. Petersburg begin to show up In the lawn. Fur
Halloween Party Mrs. N. F. Fain Sr., at "her home, Winner ot high score was served a dessert read at all services on the coming with their daughter Elizabeth amount of application, read directions
COMPANY entertained "Fain Hill" last Tuesday. awarded a telephone address Sunday the following statement who attends Presbyterian on the label.
Pfcll
Street Mm. James The home was decorated with Meets : Fellow Episcopalians, Recently College. Use positive thinking\ In any .
II E. Washington with a Halloween party Friday book. Holder of bingo received apersonal Bridge Club
released
seasonal document was sandspur control Even
flowers. White camellias a Johnny Owens, student at Abraham program.
PIANOS. ORGANS night for her son Jim. The groupof in a pink compote' centered the conclusion prize.At of three With Mrs. Munroe at the General Convention of the Baldwin College and a schoolmate If you make several successful
12 boys enjoyed a treasure coffee table In the living room, the hostess served a progressions dessert Episcopal Church In St. Louis, Eric Prevelyan of Sebring. failures, remember you are getting
Band Instrumentsand :hunt, horror "house and playing and arrangements of the some delicate with coffee.Couples. Mrs. Lee R. Munroe entertained without the sanction of or foreknowledge spent the weekend with his par revenge for the times the
football The guests came In roe white blooms were at several her Tuesday duplicate bridge club ot the official Conven ents. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood burs have pricked blood front
Accessories time. Nell Welnberg and Steve this week. Pink rows highlighted it included fingers while
other points of Interest In tion. Allegedly among Owens. your clearing socks
Ph. MA 7-6705 Fryer were prize winners for the the room while a large arrangement Bridge Club the living room. Yellow glads and Irs signatories numerous Episcopal J. R. Chandler has returned' of stickers.
Home best costumes.<< The group also of mixed autumnal flowers In Friday Meeting mums were In the dining room and clergymen and laymen. It purported from a trip to Cocoa, Jacksonville Just for the record, there are
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Man. Tuet. Wed.. FrL had fun hobbling apples.Wieners was on tlie piano. The dining den. to accuse a member of our and Gainesville.Mrs. over a dozen types of sandspurs.All .
Open and mar hr alliiwwere < table was covered) with s white I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Peacock Crab meat dip decorated withaurut congregation, Senator Barry Gold- R. W. D. Walker of WestHeld. of hem carry the name of
I to ( ,.m. All PIT Sat I roasted and served with linen hand embroidered cloth ,entertained the Couples Bridge curls and radish roses, water, of racism or the use of racial N. J. arrived Sunday night; Cenchrus plus a descriptive name
ieheesetta and punch. and centered with arrangement Club Friday night. Autumn Dowers brown bread, olives, chicken salad issues for political gain. The to spend two weeks with her moth such as "in eertus."
of mixed flowers In a silver bowL and fruit were at interest sandwiches, cookies, coffee and release of this document at this er, Mrs. W. S. Bell and other rel Leaving home won't help you
dose friends and relatives gathered points. Coca Colas were served. Prizes time and place was, without question leave the pest plant behind, be
...The Democratic leaders In Honda/ tayflORIDA'S to enjoy the meal and a visit Robert Vickers held high score' awarded were crystal aril trays. designed to surreptitiously atives.GARDENING cau.' there Is a variety that
with the honoree. J among the men and Mrs Max create the Impression via news thrives In almost every state, In-
\\\ifat was winner of ladles' high Birth AnnouncementMr. releases throughout our nation eluding' the great sate of Cal-
Agriculture, Business Bridge Club Meets They received decks of cards.I i that our Church endorsed it and fornla.
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vickers and Mrs. Joseph E. Hitchcock. its malignant implications. We IN FLORIDA
and Industry with With Mrs. Smith who are moving to Sebring tomorrow 318S Victoria Park Road, now feel compelled to speak out in
are prospering were remembered witha Jacksonville, announce the birth defense of an honorable and Christian Bjr Jervey Rharpo, Editor BULLDOZER
Mrs. Frank Smith Jr. was hostess farewell gift' a book. of a daughter at St. Vincents Hospital individual whom we know Florida Agricultural\ I|
President Lyndon B. JohnsonEvery to her bridge club recently At conclusion ot the game the October 17. She has been and respect with considerably ExlMMlon' 8mlce I
Colorful autumn flowers were at hostess served a dessert named Stacey Elizabeth Hitch more basis in fact that any other Sandburs better known U WORK
Interest points. Preceding the cock. area or group in this nation can !wmispurs are like true friends
game a dessert WIll served. Mr. and Mrs. Vickers Mrs. Hltrhcock Is the former claim.. Senator Goldwater has for They will stick to you no matter LAND
Mrs Klnson Cook won high Miss Beth llanney of Quincy. many years been a loyal active how you plan to vote In the national
score, a meat thermometer, and Honored At SupperMr. member of Trinity Cathedral parIsh election. CLEARINGPHONE
Mrs. Lamar Bailey, low. She received In Phoenix. His stewardship However, even true friends can
a decorated hot plate hold- and Mrs. Sylvester Woodward Birthday Party has been both constant and generous become a pest. Getting rid of
II'. entertained with a buffet In the furtherance of God's them Is often as simple u turning
Guests playing with the club supper Saturday night In honor of Mrs. J. Klnson Cook entertained influence In our community over the welcome mat, or: I Cecil A. Beane
were Mrs. Bert Morgan, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vickers, whore Friday in honor of her son through our church program. pulling in the latch string. i
Bobby McPherson, Mrs. Bobby moving to Sebring Mixed fall Klnson Jr.'s third birthday withan Where others have spoke only But sa .dspurs don't get miffed MAin 7-6039
Csrraway and Mrs. Billy Mahalfey. flowers were at interest points. afternoon party at their home Senator Goldwater has acted In so easily. i
Following supper an evening of Colorful balloons strung at intervals support of the Christian needs _Once established In your lawn. I I
conversation and music were enjoyed. Io on the terrace added a festive and Individual dignity of fellow ---
Fount May Jr. student at Val- touch as the 25 little guests enjoyed Arizonans. To equate racism with
beta State College, spent the Eighteen guests attended this playing! on outdor equipment a man who through boyhood
Psts. Ioy... -4 L.-4' ...... A..utaw a.vd.. .... weekend with Ms family. party. in various In close
:_. v,....... "'. ...... o..w.w.Nss... _, and engaged camped many summers Only 27 Days 'til
.. .. '1ori stuns. fellowship with men and boys orall
A Halloween theme was carried races In the Phoenix Young
out In the favors, refreshments Men's Christian Association camprogram
MERRILL'SEND and decorations. who is an acknowledged
Punch Ire cream and cake were authority on the life and Thanksgivingmff
;; Florida Official nerved. Klnson\ was the recipient culture ol American Indians orthe
ot' many nice gifts on this occasion. Southwest from having spent

: SupportsPresident OF MONTH SALE literally months of accumulated
time with tIII'IIII en assumption
.. in great error. Bigotry In
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CARD OF THANKS and the nature and
anr form,
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-.d 3 DAYS ONLY Our recent bereavement leaves conscience' of Senator Goldwaterare
Lyndon B. Johnson t; ''-r.e us r with grateful hearts toward as Incompatible ss slavery srt
er.I.aq neighbors and friends. Your helpfulness and freedom or Communism and /
and comforting expressions Democracy or specifically racial
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY of sympathy will always be re- prejudice and Christianity The 'l \
mem berrd. soul and conscience ot a man are
The Family ot the late God's arena and cannot be usurped
ALL FUR TRIMMED COATS em Co Cwt I by any mortal setting bussed
human
up as a Judge of another
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Fain left being. Senator Goldwater has, farbetter o
Monday fix Eau Gallle to visit than most of us shown thepeople
10 % OFF their son and daughter in law ot this country a Christian
Those
stature beyond challenge.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Fain and

I. I. ..... ,_ m _. D. n.dq De,," co1v1. :,- family. They plan to return to men within our and Church attempted who have to
him
5Nh ..... .'_.M c........_ Qulnry tomorrow. maligned t .
Css.ezeutw tawm e/ emit I.. ...I.. .. .......1_ sit In Judgement of him have
breeched one of the basic precepts
ot our Christian teaching
We commend to them Matthew 7,
tftrf Florida official. tl..t d totr.idt, aegis WE'RE TOO YOUNG 1-2: Judge not. that ye be not
*. t..l.clt Iftctive toepwoHon between Stale and Notional Judge ye shall be judged: andwith
offlcloli nflKft I In many .'p.ti.nc" of I what measure ye mete. Itshall '
economic end proo'"'. Povorobl federal d.> br measured to you again."
fliiont liars bees mpontibl for Florida r.i.n.MM BUT YOU ARE NOT! .. .
of our great military Inttallationt continuing Let
divtlopmont ol specs pogrom, Inivnlai High' TANK us K ,
wore, protection ol tissue and conlo" 'Induilrln. SEPTIC freshen
Florida hoi bcntfltod In coniirucrlon program SERVICEVACUUM up
for schools, unlvonlNM hospitals and sails: ethic. :L. your yo.feastn0
) projects tho Cross Stalo largo Canal. ;:
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NOW IS a thorough airing of the Bilh !Sol \lyn Ann King. llonford Mr*. Wy ''Inll'nTlfnl- HI Oaltvlew. i-am.
I Ksles the Bobby Baker, and tWalter RECREATION
\win Norris, Balnbndge, Ga: terv I
Jenkins I
affairs until after
Those
make
THE desiring may memorials
TIME Charlie F Noack Havana and
the election, If ever Obrtout- to the :Heart Fund -or ttvtl
lv. they feel that I there n !teas NEWS Mack I I. Snillh. Rrelna l rjltbl'lI l Rescar h Fund.
kf CM William M. RoMrmon, h risk of a defeat now by the full ; I
ThU if the last week that you truth possibly coming out later I BIRTHS: Mr. and lit 1'1. Brant
nd .11 those who lute America' LBJ and HHH and Uvlr predeceasort By Dunn James Icy Timmon. boy, October 20; Ernie L. Clinney

ill have a chance to reach firm' In Government began I Ort 22'. Thursday game results .1 Mr. and Mr, William II Dukimn,
-oncluslons M to our choice for their socialistic-oriented program 1 Jaycee Tigers 6. Rotary I girl October 12; Mr and Mr I Assigned To ,
mr next President The outcome by avowing to "ht'lp" the farm renting lrUh 0; Hlwanl Hornets Larry Wayne Simpson. boy Ortoher .
>f the flection will determine the en; but now the farmer can no 33, Exchange Bulldog 0. I 22: Mr and Mrs ThomatSumnen 7th InfantryArmy
utur* of our country The United longer raise what he pleases. even I In the flrat of Thursday afternoon twin girl, October 20'
Ftatet totters on the brink of to. for consumption on his own farm 't doubleheader game the I Mr. and Mr*. John Thomas Nor.1
KaUtarlanlim. Our claim to be They began: by helping, to they Rotary got whipped in the last 40 I ria, boy, October 2S and Mr and Pte' f:mle I.. ninne'fd
[the land of the free and the aid, the working people But seconds by the Jaycee Tiger Mr James King. boy, October 2\ "f Mm Mitte 11111 it (;reetulxirov
brave li tenuou Our map of now these dbtent\ find themselves The tearing came whenVeiky --- w.is iKsigned t.. the 71h Infantry
Ithe Constitution li slipping False spoken for on a wide variety 01 J,> nei bks'ked Glenn Hunt
> a T. R. Williams I >u \\OUIII in Korea IIn deicer Mlinney
ideas of its wile! piwiiiont are public issues many of which they pans ant Bob Chnndlrr n. thereto I ( a 'anmni'er In Hcadptsrlcrs *
I rampart.On abhor The began by declaring snatch It out of the air and and Service Battery. 4th
November the Third we they were 'helping the buaineiaman. rw. about Ji )......11.I Dies In AlbanyThomas I llnttallon of tho "111nn'l T8ihArtlllen
IwiU determine whether we will And now the business v I The Kiwanis tlorneU blanked, .. entered the Army. ,n
I man can no longer get a government r ,(the luihange Bulking* 31-4: in
quicken the pare towards a com r R. Williams. 2018 Srl'trmhrl'| IMS and eomplrtodhasli
Ipletely socialistic state under aprlWl'r.m.d contract on his Inherent the other game played The Horn Whispering Pins Rand Alfwin 1 iimihwi trainIng at tort
merit his low bid but must II
I professional politician. or eta scored in every quarter; beeginning CHI died I wkdenly MomlHV night Jsiksnn, S r
lor. whether we will return to till'malnstJ't'am prostitute himself to the will of with the opening kickoff In the Plse'te I'lHncv McmoriHlHiKpital :I The\ Iff year .M ..>l lier atlen led
hose In power and submit to wham" they marvhed tar CO yarda:
( of constitutional govI after suffering a heart Qtlitvy" IIIW' S, tsx'l!
eminent. the form of government various types of blackmail or Ricky Brannan carried me pig atta,'kMr I ._ -
I under which our lives, our prop. arm-twiitting in the dubious hope kin for the final S yard Bran. Williams was the son of, All nha k. I 11\11\1: at Marmclandof
bureaucratic harass'ment.
I city our! freedom and those' of of avoiding nun and Jerry Sober each tu- the late Jam Mnvo tjtimin anti Rood 11 h" "' a u'ver-cnrtlnH
I'' lour posterity will again became A similar fate hat befallen ciHintrd for two trafhdowns while ".> nai Henry UilllamH lie was "mipplx 01 'tr, 'il 11 \i the front
[ secure State and tocnl: politicians and 01. A 41 I IsM hurler Woodward added one In a uratuate irf the Albany High row III 1'lh ,II' I h, ."k,'n or wear
freeholders who have dared to resist
/ I LBJ and Hint ennmuured of the PAT department Brannan ran S,",,,..) and recelvetl his BI and' Hit nc,\ ,m.'a '"'",',llately Mine
| the principle and programs of Lastly the, It will must of the be Administration noted that by for 1 pisrts and Wonrward 1. M 11 degree from the University fol'I I .K" ,Ih,' place .
I the Americana for Democratic Ac. if (;teorgla
I Bon, the Urban League, and other helping" the restive "downtrodden Ort it Monday game results At the time of his death Mr
they have converted our American Bhie Devil M.
I I wing extremist organiza Legion INSECTICIDESSOIL
\\illitnia taught history and
street and places into vert' payhokwy
public Irish 0 Owl
Rotary '
I lighting ;
bras never once intimated any : at the Albany HighS
I intention of giving up their nodal able LBJ barbarous and HHH Jungle relentlesslyhacking nhonhieelUw Jackets 20, Kl <''h<"il. lie was a member of Ml FUMIGANTS
are
lade plant for these United Stale wants llHitrls 0. l'aul'. hplwxnwl: QMinh ht'ItsTau
away at the liberty poleserected Both winner In !M mday game*
.
America They now eagerlytrek
of
in this country In 1776, IVIla ttemity and Phi All WEED KILLERS
blanked thtir "It'la. The lilueVvilt
an overwhelming victory so and have arrogated to themselves U_ _____. "' l 11111I Theta history hnmrary He

the and tthey claim may a mandate go to the from Congress the he right and power to determine NOSE FULL OF NECTAR It'i more than puppy.love, It'. a real passion that Dor- Irish rnme a*. out Jack on Curry'lop 14 art-0 overthe the war writinn widely" known for his (lecture
anti I
on the Civil WarMr
I people to accelerate I their plant I for what the people really need or ling Dan" hat for the smell of flower: The puppy mascot of Sunken Gardens. a ttv. I parr in the opening momenli, with VMIIIaini I* survived. by SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
for them
be
would
tat It good
the overthrow of the kind of govrrnment ,to have, ruthlessly Ignoring the acre garden ol tropical flower, lusts loves to sniff the tweet smelling blossoms He a TtX again In the atru-k third period paydlrt the with legion hla wife" the firmer Margaret
our forefather established doetn with them and h hat other Ann Akin. of Qulmy IM enter.
and our fathl'l'Il'l'Vl'J'I'd. Theytry I Constitutional right of the people play never eaten on. at pupa might Russell Marsh the recipient (\ '
them -- -- -- Mrs M: Prrka of Allanla; his
I t n decide such matters foe
ailed
also alP extra point
to>> rover up the Immoralities ry : .
malemal' Mr M
Admlnl ,Mixes 1 ;under; -'Nln-th'-AmPnd. lie voiced concern that politics pivached to a crowd In Hemming long with )Itunall Hetiher graivlmodxr. *
of the Kennedy-Johnson I ment In the light ol their own John B. McLane In the (UmllMlxx...-Kwrrd.( r: William.. Jacksonville\ great Sales & ServiceInc.
stratton( by using their executive had become the art of miaumnti Square in Jacksonville, lie charge I aunt Mil IMIv Mayo AndrrsonAllNiny ,
and to block 'wisdom and wllIhl'I.I the people tax to buy clash lhi I"'nIt.t.I ft II 20.0 a* UK'y
'persuasion money
power to Question this state; ed that Goldwaler preached hsle Buried Yesterday! (... and great tns'Ie, J.
For daring
I ulr own vote and of ae hulng tumbled the opining kick olt und .
K .
Uoi-knmn lackesviileFltd'ral
and division In the land and implied M
of affair. and to propone l'Ofl'f'CoactJon. the people with false Image, On harm More look a 25: yard passfor

OUR, flue Barry Gddwater maligned and habecome the contrary, he himself held thapolitic unity that everywtiere he preached The love Florida and Funeral s'oes fur John B'! the tore on their tint JIIa)'. al critics 4 ,i','Ink were In"SI vnknintyesletrbet l I'aulKM '.
most Box MA 7-6101
the should be the mean of Kiwanis mild never rerupirsleat 3, Ph.
slandered man in American political I creating envlronimnt and cli. 1'In1Pl.Unlun repotted that he had Mi Lane !>8. if grand Ridge was Flats (allied two more limit "v|wl liurch. Albany (>.
sxwalled an misplaced! his reading glasses. and with' the HiA Nelson 0 uiil
These conducted estrrclan
In
history male In which Government could > ( ming on a 711 yard paaa play and a QUINCY FLORIDA
Democrat have viciously and un truly serve the people, not trek to had to proceed without them the H Bethel Church with the 70 yard runbaik of the tewmdhalf Rector, edit the Ih'.1 M By
.I Rector of >it l'nul'II":
water
Goldwater I.Could It have been that he con- ,
lawfully arrayed against Mck! rr. ,lArry Pitt and
of '
reduce them to the status sermtt Rev. James U Gilbert and the
vast fIJiit'dht' reading tI his script'liardty ? copal March tjulmy, offlclaling
the
and his running mate and serfs of the ruler in Dwmin Water ea,'h acond a TAT
propaganda machinery of theUnited I for ttvoughnut the cam Rev II r:. Dsnlils offUlatlng

State Government and of 1 Washington LBJ has been telling the punpie palgn he ;hat steadily been unable Burial HAS in Dyki Cemetery IIHIItT I"OOTIIUU.ITAM" .
by R- L. and lmar Massey the Liberal Establishment of bothpartie just to entrust the Government to distinguish between opposition A native of Jackson County, )\: According to a medical authority have rounded up] and hate on the one part and be-
to him a* rather! and Big Mr. Mi'Lane was a mechanic anda Won List
there It no reason most the dally and periodic I press and Brother, who know bet That ween seUMntereit and love on member of the Providence Baptist OIatlahool'l I I
of ut can't live to a ripe old the radio and television cornmunicationt ill would be well If they would the other FVrhaps he practices Church In Grand Ridge. American LrtP<'" I I''
age say 125 if we but to do hysterical edi limply relax and follow him. And his speeches before: a rosy-tlntw He died Monday morning al the Rotary S J xh
"do the thing we know we torah and commentaries with and a disturbing mirror! GsddoVn County Hospital Jaycee Tigers 3Klwanls
The many people Like the Prodigal !Sun. most : .
do"Thui .4'
ought to pathologically insane pltchct number even in this beloved Southland Survivors include his widow, hornets 4
expert stumps strongly Saturday Evening! Poet hat described of our. sadly enough, have loyal, patriotic Americans in their Mr. Trudle Moline, Grand Exchange Bultikgs 0 IJ'OItIU
for exercise. largely sire\00us the Republican candidate. admitted to the pollsters that they characteristic good scene. will Ridge: two daughters, Mrs Otis TrS
*
to be beneficial, but he cau. as "a wild man a stray and unprincipled have been educed by these dulcet come to themselves hi fore next Daniel and Miss Qsra Mi'Lane, ;"I)UA: I ss
don against overdoing thus and ruthless political assurances Tuesday They will vote lo return Grand Ril e; one sun, Kenneth D.nrt''. Qsltshxwhi'e a0B. i
ly: Exercise is too strenuousif juljillll.. But even if these aasuramr* u* to a government of the Mi Lane, Grand Ridge: two bn> Qsndler Jaycees 14'R. '
the heart refuse to stop I i I Wlldnwn unprincipled, could be trusted the American peflrile. for any by the people Theywill and three Birdie M Ijine, .'1. Lauderdale Brans Kiwanis as '1 QIMEw
pounding 10 minutes after exercising "ruthless'" All because Goldwater people. particularly\ Southerner, vote for Barry doldwaler and Meredith Mrl/ane, J. Curry Lt'gw u
: if breathing is still and Miller and the majority must face the high llrob.bllltyhItt Rill Miller Jacksonville: five sister. Mr R. Marsh, 1"111. 33G.
uncomfortable 10 minute afterward of the Republicans had the courage this man H>ratlrt would becomethe 'Dorothy Busier, Nashville TennMr ., lIum, Rotary 30
*: it the individual 1* t realchoice American pco- President before the 20th of Mrs. Wester, 87, *. Beatrice Merrill and Mr R. Fletcher, L'ghm. 19J
still shaky more than 30 min. pie a in Governmental January 198D Why Because: ('e'11 Jones Miami, Mrs. Leon l1Ihry.: Rotary 17I.
utet afterwards: if fatigue carries ideology not merely the Inslped LBJ In his Insatiate desire to win 'Dies Monday .illey. Grand Ridge and Mr .. 1'11111, O1l1l1a"- IIIH. ,a t. ass. at '
over into the next day. "me-tooum" which hat for so of populir acclaim heedlen of ae. I 'Joe Moody .Perry', and two grandchildren Gkws.r. Rotary '14 TIME Make Your Nome : nWinter. '
If your Idea ol exercise Isle long characterized the thinking curtly and medical. caution. hat Funeral services for Mrs Stella' C.Wastward. Klnnll 14 /
drive a stick-shift dews to I many Republican leader in control. now of, and I I. recklessly exposing him.self Hill Wester. 57. of Grand Ridge The O.rk.'bllh.M..n ht, Draft.Jree -I
:MASSEY DRIGS, to pick sp thankfully, no longer to danger and overtaxing an were comfvcted Tuesday alternator oral Home was In charge of Hospital Report ) :
your prescriptions, thsls your the partY. Goldwater ever ready enweakened heart by hit In the Church of Cod Grand arrangements. TIME to ova up
prh'lif-itlo At any rite you Barry Morris serious heart attack in 19 9. Ovrweenlng Ridge, with the Rev James U laoro uT
will be rewarded with the srv since he first came upon the po ambition could very Gilbert: and the Rl'VT.. II Wilson IIU'r.MRr.K DRAPT (AIJ. Admlaittwi, ft"oer 20 IhnnighMoher On Your Fuel b{ Is tlun
Ire you desire at MAMEVDM lI\1callCl'np. tome nine year ago, well bring an untimely end Could officiating Burial was In DykeeO'metery. The Defense Drpartment has ( 211- Mr*. .:1.1. Tim AND TACK ONwodea
'OS. Went Jeflenos Atreot. I has been telling the American W e live with such a president as mird a call for 7.BIX) men to be mm Henry S. flutter, Jeanette 'flt Ill OVIN 'coos lit
THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD people things that not all of them Vice Presklmt Humphrey would Mr Wester wa bom in Jackson drafted In December All of thisquota Sadherry, hiwtta: Griffin, W liSulier .j OOIMI .t""M..'|,*..lt'4IffASOUSStNIIC WINDOWI
HINT: Men: If you run out relished hearing Hi book 'The" become! Don't forget my fellow County and was a memlirr olhe t will he assigned to the Mr, Martha U. Bali. Mr 1i1 Mir ...11..1'1. AIIO DOOR
Conscience of a Conservative. has ,Is DIM) Ida Dollar, Mr*. France lUrflHrtMr loot IMm. IM t-
of shaving cream, your citizens, Hubert Horatio ra Grand Ridge Church of God Army This draftee call rill J-
wife cold cream will do back early in the campaign of tuned to dlsasaa late himself from ,She passed nay Monday morning Ii'. than the number railed to I *, AbW M. May OarolynJ 0 GlAa1.s th*odp.
nicely 1960 did set many people to rethinking the announced Intentions of theArtw'ricsrs n'port In member (ihnimn, Mr*. Mantrn tiran C L sit Casa//.. rilX.0..llt AI Vsuf Least' Sider. er Lair, Dxltr
the trend of the rims for Democratic Action Surviving are one daughter, Watt, Luttirr McKnlght fount
and the Urban League to impose Mrs Travis Griffin Grand Ridge; I.BJ ON KHKI ,Ml('U May, Jr and Mr*. Ulll Ren .
upon our! country a log Hat three sotM William L. Wilt PI', I Word of Nlklla KlirualKtev rP' Imr. Qulnry. Patsy Stnlih. Mr YOU MAY GET FLEX O-GLASS AT
the lady prefers classic of such heinous policies as the Paradise, Calif John Maxwell tlrement at Premier of Russia die Uvern ''hIII,|*, Mr*, '-,111<'1.
a recognition of Red China and 'ester. Grand Ridge, and Major to tdvanmd age and deterloratkm Ann ttrkmn tiki Mr Maggie BELL & BATES HARDWARE
Communist East Germany the C Wester. Marlanna; five broth- of hit health," tame as t White. UiwMlmrn, Mr. tail;
repeal of the Carnally Amend em fteiihcn, Everett and Marion surprise In many America Simpson Tallahaane: J, B MrUne -
I ml'nt (which would release upon Hill. Grand Ridge. Ernest Hill President Jihnion said the replacement Crural Ridge l ; Mr*, Nellie Quincy. FloridaDON'T
UI any penally that the World Quincy, and Dempsey! Hill Taluhaaaee IIr Soviet Premierihrufthihev ""South niartahnnrhee: *. l nu'
: Court with Its bench loaded with I. ; K grand children and may or may not he I... *rninrT. Bnatnl; Mr*. Ttro.
'F Liberal( and Communist mica 30 great.grandchildren a sign of big turmoil changes
Impose: Also, the shut The Oark-Smllh-Morfan to come, but M American profile
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ir ti our last defenses againstthe eral tlome wa In charge of trrangemenlt would remain HeexUsst I
toted subversion of loyal and .
Mtriotic government in V>ashingMI' :' DImipllne tomeming t.: ev
Name. the abolition of the Neither wealth nor poslHoimake pry child to .kern but the .lessisireqitlrei
"'*UM' Un American Activities a man a gentleman a wise tearhrrBUYING LET NATIONAL
Committee and the Senate Intern-
II Security Sub-Committee, And
:- any shred of Southern sentiment
which tome of the hopeful or opt'
: ... mlsUo Southern politicians say A"NEWJTV ?
J Js survives In the breast of ISIS!
But there can be no sail hope POLITICS '
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he be In office at the I SEE THE NEW 1965 '
fi White terrifying H(aise. HHH md.lhat has given he ample Is- "' 'I'BLIND

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Korean GI t.r for Information about Ms cr
any of their veterans' attain.
THE -.--
Bill DeadlineJanuary tomes FIRH

FARM Los Angeles! The Phelpa.Tsp-
1965The kel clothing firm wJch"
FRONT I last semester of college or six stores! has decided OH sate-

_. vocational school training, under matt punch.ard accounting svs.
9 -
y tern Is not u successful for their
BY DOYLE CONNER the Korean GI Bill, gets underway business as the "old time" nuna.1
.Q. OMMlssIONERFLORIDA this month, M. T. Dixon DIrector accountants.. One thing that helped -
I I
of the Florida Department
the owner discard the machine
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ot Veterans Affairs, said today method was when the Janitor gota
ON QUALITV FOOD r: I When the semester ends In January check for $5,000 for two weeks
I think that the food Industry 1969 it will mark the end .
11 to be congratulated for 1U recognition ration of 15 seconds at 161 F. also of The Education and Training
ot American farmer for Program for Korean Conflict l.o The history of the past will do
the great job they are doing In Machine and methods which ,veterans which was launched no aboututyou don't know
ATWALL'S food production.Food have been talked of as solutions to July 18, 1952 j _
Cole manufacturer, wholesaler the field labor problems of the I Dixon said that more than J-
King Super MarketGA. and retallera have Joined JOO-mllllon dollar western fruit 300,000 veterans have taken advantage
forces In a nationwide campaignto and vegetable Industry,are gettinga of the program. The 1 i Insurance Center
educate cnuumeri that food If going over this week (October deadline dale of January 31, 1965
one of the belt buys In America 27-29) by California and Arizona !will apply to both Korean Con-I 1121 West Jefferson
today. growers. flirt veterans already embarkedon
Theme of their promotion if Meeting at Las Vegas, Nevada their courses of study and to I PAT THOMAS
GRADE "A" "Food' ii a Bargain" a fact that the 39th annual gathering\ ot the those who will start classes for
been Western Growers will the first time this past September I
all of ui In agriculture have Association
tinning for the past three or I spend most of its 3-day session The veteran may continue in INSURANCE. INC.
school after that date, but he will
four yean. hearing reports on new mechani!
r a Many housewlvet think food nation and labor problems. no fror longer the! tf A receive each month an allowance to meet
?rf FRYERS costs are much higher than they part of his training and living
used to be a few years ago. They HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS expenses Dixon said I .
al forget the bills they pay at the Dixon further pointed out that i
checkout counter today usually Include for those Korean Conflict veterans '
a number of non-food Items who suffered disabilities
r toiletries, school supplies cosmetics By Murjorte B. Gregory which have been adjudicated service One Stop Means
housewares, etc. now
Home Demonstration Agent connected, a separate program
C
c I
i available In supermarkets.For tag: EQUPMKJ.T TO SAVE ot rehabilitation will continue to Complete Service
food alone the average (amly TIME IV PREPARING MEALS be carried on, and that there Is I
spends about It per cent of Every homemaker has a staff no deadline date for this program.I DIAL 627.7151
lb. its Inco..e, the lowest percentageIn of servants at her beck and call Dixon urge interested readers
the world. In some countries In the modern equipment in her of this newspaper to contact their I QUINCY
the figure runs to u much as 60 kitchen. Yet many homeowne-s local Veteran County Service OKI-
to 70 percent and even more. don't use their equipment to best
I advantage to save time and energy -
Cattlemen will be Interested In I
In meal preparation.
one of the biggest beef promotions TOBACCO GROWERS:
In a recent survey these Items
ever to be staged In a single -
market area.According of small equipment were rated u
to Supermarket News, most \lllMand the biggest time- D-D Soil Fumigant has boosted
in the kitchen
savers a paring
FRESH BEEF EARLY RISER SMOKED me .f the big food chains (Jewel knife, rubber spatula, kitchen yields for 15 profitable years
Tea) recently purchased 5.000 tongs, small em beater, a peele
whole beef carcasses: for a special with floating knife blade, can opener -and it's still the No. fumigant in 19641
sales event I and kitchen scissors.
LIVER 39C Sausage3ik$100] The purchase, totaling 5 millionpounds Whatever equipment you rate ..,...... _
with a retail value of high on your list, keeping it In
about 2 million dollars, was made good condluon Is one of the keys
through 11 Midwest packers. I to its efficient use. Having knives .
All parts of the carcasses were sharp, for example, can save
offered, from de luxe cut to soup- time.
FROSTY MORN SLAB ;;. bones and oxtails Advertising ot Storing small equipment In the

r 3 the sale, conducted In the chain areas where It is used moat Is
246 stores, washeavy. another timesaver. It it Is not
cl Tddda: were double- stored In the place of most !request .
BACON 39c page newspaper ads, believed to use, you U be time and energy
the first spreads that large ever
: ahead It you do some rearranging I
lb. devoted exclusively to beet. Many homeowners
Purpose of the big sale, according would use the electric mixer for
t to a chain spokesman, was more purposes if it were stored In
to help move tile current heavy a convenient place. 'I
FROSTY MORN BUDGET BRAND SLICED
supply of beef, give consumers a With better planning and some
good price, and at the same time Imagination, most large appliances
make a reasonable profit He reported such as the range can be used
the event was highly successful. to better advantage An Illustration T
BACON 3lbs.V0 Is to use the oven more often s
for preparing a complete dinner,
Two firms which bad sought an Including the meat, vegetables and
Injunction to prevent enforcementof dessert Time-savers too, are
a Louisiana law requiring Imported the automatic oven timer, used
meat to be labeled to that to start food cooking when 'OII're
FROSTY MORN [effect, are reported to have not at home, and the minute
dropped their suits. mlr. rr to remind you when various
They had claimed the state law foods are through baking orcooking.
passed this year, was unconstitu Often/ these range ac-
FRANKS 3-$1 tional. The court dismissed the ceRKde' don't pay their way.
... action "without prejudice" to the

..V plaintiffs'have to pay claim costs, but the plaintiffs Marineland The common of Florida eels displayed are born at

In salt water near the Sargasso
recall that of the ,
one plaintiffs
Sea, then migrate and live to maturity
International Packing Co., was a
In fresh water then returnto
ANTI FREEZE bill of meats during the
Importer
the Sea to and
Sargasso spawn
time U. S. Imports were rising I "
'I' sharply the pant few years. So, I dll' t
was interested to note that the Come in or call
PRESTONE 1 Gal. $1.69 company reported a net loss of '
$2,894,000 for the first six months ELECTRICALSERVICE Cecil Trippe
of this year, a period when Imports I'
were declining' at
Meat Imports this year are ex
petted to be about 25 per cent less

; FROSTY MORN PURE STANFORD'S BABY than for 1963.Intornational'a, consolidated Ice.compares Anything from wiring ESCAMBIA CHEMICAL CORP.

with a net profit of $2,-
house
to
803,000 last year when total U. S ; a replacing ( Gadsden Fertilizer Co.)
Formerly
beet and veal Imports reached a a light bulb
LIMA BEANSNo.
LARD
peak of 1,678,000,000 (8)) pounds

PHONE 627.7222 .
A British scientist has come up Ike Shepard "
with another new dairy development
-milk in cartons that stays YOUR D-D DISTRIBUTORFOR

3 9 C With Food 12-Ox 1 0 c fresh. for It has weeks been without In test refrigeration. production at D-D CUSTOM APPLICATION SEE

Jug Order Pkg for nearly a year and now is SHELFERBUTCHFURNITURE
ready to be marketed In the near CO.
future. Sylvester Woodward T. W. Touchton
Secret of the long life freshness MAIn MS41 I
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Is, ultra-high temperature treatment h. 151-1431 Quincy 53M730 Havana
-two seconds at 278-280 F I WanhouM Ph. MAla T-1100

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SIRIOINTIP Ground

Bondisi ROUND
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STAMPS

With Cotipflins; anrj Purchase $..t1hl gal.l 9ood Sh' ar CurrdSLt CEO Yeg.Crisco Shortening
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r'iiiiiii fjG t I Drink
STAMPS '!I Iii STAMPS oIi
111I Hill Coupon and Pampas ol I II' !|| With thus Coupon" and purriiami : 1.16.
| 2 4c 69c
Bottle of 100 I II j I:< t- IS Ob Cant Hcirmrl 'I PKG.QaiQl ns
I Buiferln $1.29J. I _m. Chill With Beans $1.00J Iii; .....
10.n. Coupon food thn NGY. I I || 1011. Coupon gaud Hint Nov. :

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\I I.\. ..ftftb\TC1 PlAID, ..!: 'i.. \ftAftba PLAID' t:!: I 27c
STAMPS I I tiJI 'I'a W STAMPS II..,
!n H With thlf Coupon and Porches ol Ii |!i !'a:; wits eels Coupon and rwriiaM ..Ii;I II DetergentDreft
i ilg JI; I-7 0.. Cani Del Monte light .: I iy Vi Lb. Pkg. Our OH. e.y'i. Campbells Fncn-OVSTER. !
:.. Chunk Tuna $1.00 j : i i... Loose Tea 35c |I ui
I!H! J. 10.11. Coupon gout thra Nov. lit! ]! i. 10.!1. Coupon poll ttira Nov. 1.1:
: j jr 'nltR:!Q:8.: :taL'B:H i ii: 3 1D-oz. t" Giant 79c
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I i III:.., 1\P, STAMPS II III I | Joy
its"lib this Coupon and PnrrluiM of I kith thlf Coupon and Porrhi' *l 1 Pt., 8 Ox. CO-
2- 1 Lb., 4Vk 11. ln Ana I'llf.'I i iH 1t3. '
:;!M 1 PU, 10 Oi.Caa JotuwnofSS Pn-parrd { Bottle
:: Glo-Coat 98cNl. ;'II 12 Spaghetti 37c il BAOYlal f
: 10.31. Coupon rood tin Nov. 1 : M.J. 10{l. Coupnn good dim Nov. 1
|.. I IL _._... I.: DetergentOxydol'
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iii... "'" STAMPS |!i, i1, STAMPS ., uEEEn
1\111I thll Coupon and Por.has d i With this Coupon ind TarrhaM ol..i DetergentTide
II 7 Ob Can Johnnnn'tPledge 1' i 12 Ob Jar AM Fix PUN
I I!! 89c .i i Blackberry Jelly 35c I'i I
1thlf : ,. 1011. ,0wpn rood din Mo*. 1
H J: 10 11. Coupon rood thr* Nov. .'
,;: a i I Giant
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and rorrhaw
Pity Coupon Ble
I'I Li 1 Uk, I Of. BU. Ana Pao I; I Ob Ja_ SOe Off Ubrt! N..h .! D.t.rg.ntIvory SUe
I Barbecue Sauce 33e ] I Instant T.a $1.05 : Luscious Golden RIpe Liquid
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VOY. : t. 10 11. Coupon go. thra Non Laundry .
Olrf
I I. 10.31. 0MIpuII good II 12 Ofc c '
1._..=__._,-.--.-"-'-=.-.-.--.--.-..--....---.. i ii.nl._-----oo-__..__:_IC1C'JC..-----------IJ: BANANA Bottle l Jw Dash
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1 ir SOb\TC1 PLAID !II i I' "O {ra '11 1 I Ivory Soap S 0..Box 34cCleanser

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[With till Coupon ud nwdMM ol t .With tats bnoan Md Ponies ol PI' lbs.S 29 4 Bars Z9c
Cutest |LOO nr Mora of Comet
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1 Lb. H Ob 1'11. Betty M I
Pancake Mix 39cJ. I W Produce J Bath Size Bare
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| 10.11. Cmpon pool thra Jf.,. I I'! \!R'. 10 11. Coupon good Oira N. 140*.
Washington Red Delicious Zest 2 33c
Soap
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,r. iiii : : :, Da.rQentThrill
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; fn J I Premium! Detergent'
Florida
: ;;JV STAMPS Juicy -
I! i Nits '".. c..po. sad ,....*... "Ii GRAPEFRUIT 5 q 49c Duz I QL 89c
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!! STAMPSd I KISSES 45c Ivory Snow Cleaner
I With M* dafM w 0. r%.. nnni,. M n.
1 gt. II 0. CMJohnson's "I t CANDY ?, ? 49ci Spic 'N' SpanGiant Mr. Clean

=! I. 1 -1I. ..,-HI.a$1.53 t..t .... II.,. i ....CanHANDOUTS im oa. rt(. R..tarar.cmi Price In this ad are good thru 2 Box Lb. 7ge O OQ.C loo Btt.71c
1 Size
: November
I._...._.. ._-.A.___ ..._._.._-I:5__ 79c Sunday
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Del Chunk MoaJe l19W Tuna 3' $1.00 Tuna 1taf.IJ.t LI9W M-cd s :. 3SeCicmt Kelchup 2 20 BoI&1.01.. 45c I Dry Milk #g: $125Ann { Peaches Nca 2 29cGold

AH Flavors Fraltaste Page Strawberry Medal
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CoMM.lal non Preserves 3Jar. 99c Flour sBa 55CAnn
FlourAna 5 SSe Gala Towels 39cPtaabfot Drinks 3s1 00

Danish Champ Luncheon Page Mushroom
nttlfo.dBiscuits Dada
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THAT CLOU*,

1)) MOISE TSHOMBB
A
One of the tangled political lit*

K j ationi In which the U. S. li becoming .
deeper Involved !II the In-
creiilngly serious Congo affair. In

u which*. Whether pact mistakes there are still to develop haunt\

ii gtock for 1f m"Ir" other Incolvementi such ai th t

i 1A njiin! hill up ri lC'r Washington may depend l II now upon willing the tow strength.

the itatemumhlp to act to tore.stall -
such gathering storms, and
the will to declare ountelve on
the aide of right and freedom It
\ might also he helpful if Adlai
-
,.,;.----...., Stevenson could be persuaded to
4R; 'RE* .' call off hit crusade again the
/ Choiu remnant of colonlallim and wait,

w ,,J / ) C.Ma SMALL GOVT INSPECTED awhile In I960 for more when nation Belgium to liberated emerge

Itli a. the Congo, the Congolese army
M Sunnyland Smoked ran wild and political turmoil net
In. There was something of a dispute ,.
ai to whether a rtrortK federal
government or a federation would'
work best The Congolese, how.
: HAMS ever were not left alone to wbrkrut
; their problem: Molse Tihonv
I be, leader of Katanga and one nf
'I the moat capable African figure,
?\ would probably oJ9ft the
2ongo long had not
l. the left-leaning element prevailed
upon the U N, to send their blue
I helmeted troop to crush Mr.
v> WHOLE Tihomhe
,4 v'I y 41
'-- ..... "' OR HALF A Leader Returns
I O Tnhomhe has demonstrated
/
.; great kill and administrative
Xt 9 LB. ability. in running Katanga pro.vine. -
}' Ills government had shown
BRACH CANDY
10 be engulfed in the
Corn 29 marked stability and wax not
u.or. about to be engulfed In the :fame
BRACH Holtowten Mellow SUPERBRAND 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON 166 HORMEL pamkma of black nallnnallnm. He
Gr.IS A Fresh FI Medium
o. ; was adamant when dealing with

Cremes 12.01. 29' i Can Ham 3 &; '2 S9 doubt.left-wing It was extremists Mi stance of Without tntl-

Communism that pit him into
BRACH< 10'A Oe "r. (Mu )
EGGS 2 79 100 EXTRA STAMPS trouble with liberal element in
I WITH COUPON COOK QUIK
Burgundy 39'BRACH DOZ : Africa and the U. N., a* well as
his bl'Olld.mlndl'd recognition of
BUTTERSCOTCH l Steaks = LB. 89; the Importance of the European
capitalist influence that had
Disc g,29'BRACH pant to much In developing the
resource of his country.In .
[ '101 CANDY one of the mat Ironic turnabout
1 J ,.\1- .. -IT1mllll.1' :''I11w 1''JIIA'! yet seen in the world
Treats 79'BRACH ,1"-' t
,19 .oa. struggle for freedom Mr. Tnhombe -
1 once exiled by the U. N, his
CINNAMON country torn apart by U. N. force
1 Balls 29' W-D BRAND CHUCK and sabotaged by political troubleihooten .
B1 ... hat returned to become
= premier of the Congo.
|\ BRACH ASSORTED 1 Roast. 48 Whew FolMer
1% Toffee 29' One major flaw In our U. N.tiP' .
7 I* i tendency toward weaken .
MORTON FROZEN TURKEY news our'pan In allowing the
CHICKEN BEEF
# W-D BRAND ROUND BONE SHOULDER U. N. to carry out element of
'tsr. foreign policy which are neither
r Pot Pies..6:51. understood nor approved by tile

Roast. L>. 58 people of this nation If anti-Corn-
nunlim could I be In the
policed
.
MORTON FROZEN FOR TRICK OR TREAT .
Congo by the U. N. through military
campaigns and economic
WI,,,,.,.,. ....... 111.. W-D BRAND BEEr; SHORT Donuts 3"v"1. sanctions, why not in other place
Nel IN.Nr IN1Rid. in the world There was another
irony, In that the Congren anir.
Ribs 38' IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN FRENCH FRYPotatoes vied about on the demand of Pirn-
4SBETTY CROCKER CHOCOlATE CHI
dent to borrow.
Kennedy provide
.
2 G391 ed money for the U. N. ram,>aifm.!
Cookies PKG.25
; 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *64 GROUND And to this day, Russia refuse 1
to pilor any of the Congo ex.
"ISH Fiarr ASTOR FROZEN ORANGE prdlrion
LB. Mr. Tihombe I II now tryingreconcile to m
Grouper LB. 39xRES. Beef. 5 PKc l" Juice. 4 : 99CAULIFLOWER ; the various element In 1
c his I. country Into a modem repubIc. 1
The Congolese army li learnng -
tf9f COPELAND COUNTRY LINK discipline, and with the help of
some of nil neighbor I I. rlowly
I' Sausage59/ winning against rebels harked by
the Chinese Reds The Peking m>-
resentatlvei station themselves In
FRESH BOSTON BUTT PORK djUning countries provide earls,
stir up the rebel chiefs and prom.
Roast LB. 39x I Ise power to collihoraton Tshomneedi -
I REGULAR 43' KLEENEX (REDEEM YOUR LIFE COUPONS) be help, and he I I. not "el-
ting It very well from his leftist
PillSBURY OR BALLARD Let not wait for AI- (
neighbor u*
Towels 2 29 gerla'l Ben Bella (Africa'i Cu-
4CANS39 tOll PKG
1
Biscuits ; tool) to "help" Mr. Tihombe.

j REG. n, PALMETSalad FARMS KIDNEY BEAN "l The RIM Kind of Help
REGULAR 3/35 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO St: Official Washington, Including
: Md..1..0 29 G. Mermen Wllllara, Assistant
I 14.o:. CUP 1.91 :.. .... 1 Secretary of !State; for African Af.fain. .
..
dOl'Sn'tV.nt to get more Involved -
10 --. '"
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Soup. N.1 CAN :'bo- In the Congo. One won-
: REI 'S3, SUPERBRAND COTTAGECheese :::<<<< den whether the reluctaice to
send Tihombe more help ii going
1 '' 3 9 REGULAR 49< DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise LARGE SNOWBALL 10 create another Vietnam type oftuition.
CuP ; FANCY ALL PURPOSE FOR TRICK OR TREAT "Increased involve.ment. -
," a* they call It. i* disturbng -

t REG. ?/n* ? DIXIE DARLING Hamburger or Wlenef QUART 39 Apples 5L1.1AG49/ One some wonder Congrvisinnal whether Interest leaden.

less than It might otherwise be U
i Buns PkpR. 2.9; VINE RIPENED ihombe were a leftist odallit,
REGULAR 3HAWAIIAN) ratter than the unreconciled foe

j KEG 33< DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON9uns Tomatoes 2 Lit 39, of self Communist to be. he has shown him-

Punch 4 ..- CANS $1. Our stake In the Congo I I. ii.ready -

:: : 2.9; u. s. NO. 1 GEORGIA RED SWEET bill for large the U More N. expedition than half was the

B.ady to CertPecan Deep SouthSalad Potatoes 4 59x paid by the U. S. Other military
Quart 29c LIS. and economic lid directly! It the
Pies 4 for $1.00 Dressing long* has been costly. Trans-

pet planei and other aircraft are

I ERPeled .. EXTRA Irw EXTRA d'-'Im.:=""" ''''''T1'' being the Congo tent have in. Expenditure averaged more f r
I
: .6'! CREIEN STAMPS .6'1( GREEN STAMPS d>r GREEN STAMPS. than $100 million fur each of the
.. ... .
-r-w sear0.s caw w..w w caws. put four They are likely!
..... .. .. .._. yean.
ONI '* i> rwitN LI KitW e l 00 10 go up. Nevertheless we peed
.O SHAKO ,...M W01TNHaIIow..nWCandy REGULAR 87, CHASE & SANBORNCoffee
Ml think that our will
4 DShrilnp money
l Ground Bt.f
save the Conga Our willhave
Ooos TN.U .. HIT r ._.T..." O.l.ss..I.T _lTH.IOCTMn1IT to match our thinking money. w.wt'n .

..... ::.. 't! "....-..... *" .e---.. '7 LI.CAN 69' wrong before, and we shall
-- lIP wrong agaji If our l ft.wingersstart
trying to neutralise the CmTX -
EXTRACRIIN EXLTRVOKI EXTRA REGULAR 77* ASTORCoffee This would I be goodbye tree-
( dunn for the Congo and the Congonr
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JOMNfONChocolate "' CNOeee.Sirloin SIM.BIU.Bug LI.CAN There I II no evidence that alciv
Ck. : SttaksTwni Bomb hollll1II I hereditary, but studies
.. .t .... do that the environment
.T' "Ocrv.i. a lit -. RicaI TMN Slrr fmt
In '" .. __..... '/I REGULAR S9' BLUE OR WHITE ARROW provided by an alrohoUe parsed
a ...t MW MN ......-..... nay be an Important factor U
the devetapment of aJooIIoIlJm.

EXTRA..i'Jl I EXTRAMOHMIk. EXTRA Detergent48'PKGREGULAR tea! Anemonr may get a free
GREEN STAMPS d% STAMPS .6x GREEN STAMPS ride on the thtU of a hermit crib
.....--.. -- .caw r-w-e ------ md art si a protector' for ffi.crab. .
awe U .,.Lt." c....... 0It. e-... CAN 0... a.L" PS 7?. DETERGENT Even the most hungry ....
THUirtY let Milk MtlD W Canntd MOHMIk. BONILIS HamTUMI FIg nBarrss InpUI will ncoll tram the snngtng
IfDlad of the beauHful. Dow.r.like -
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THm oc. in Ft1: (lit : -"""' RiseN Cheer. vK: 58 ; sea anemone displayed at

......._..... 'u _? *u sse f" artoeUnd ot IVrlda.

Only about! three per cent of
the aicduitc to the U. S. are
skid row" types dlspeOInf theo
d metal mat aU aJrahallc are
Southern BiscuitFLOUR No. 5 Jug bums.

Certain snap Girl are seta *.
swim directly Mo the mouins and c
thrauch me till openmct of Ian
tub .to the giant RortaufuUr Oteuianum
5 LbL 29 LARD tank at MuwUnd aI
1 39 t'onda.on- small Uu mtabty
the tuir Beat gotM.site vtnua
ly dews the other rw-,.' tents
*> eat the paruitr and food pi
Odes that stkfc to the roof of the
I hi* tabes' mouths.I .

315 West Jefferson Street I It. I I Smiles somrtinM* earn fee ber >

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YOUTH "FrIends, Inc." hat been one
ASKS at the most outstanding projectsof
the Cub for not only I* the
For a FlUb and I Chilling "project Itself necessary and
Good Examples and Good Ex worthwhile but the member of
planations Known Limits the Ocala Junior Woman' Cuband
and Conslsltacy And great personal satisfaction In )
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"taring listening." the rewarding girls, seeing association In them their withthese *

Bf Dorothy B. Alexander. own daughter were circumstances
Publication Specialist otherwise."
Florid Division el There it a hopeful prospect that
Child Training School an altercate program will be setup
by the next Legislature andFriends
"Friends, Inc," u described Inc." can make vet'
In last week column an al more successful the work of the I.
truistic group of young women, local aftercare counselor I since apart I.
the Junior of the counselor's usefulness
Woman' Cub o| Ocala I 1 ,
plan to draw other Junior will be In helping the girl to make i
Woman'. dub throughout the connection with worthwhile pea. w .rr ,
State Into their project of person1 pie In her town Instead of going
service to the girl of the Florida -back to the old ways of life that II
School for Girl at Jests, the I put her In revolt against society,
Slate' rehabilitation center for 10 that, as soon possible she
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girls declared delinquent by the may take her "on her own" ..
Juvenile Court of Florida. without supervision\ a* a respected
"Many of their problem arise," member of the community. wqi
say the little brochure explain
ing this project, "from lack of In WintergrassMixtures
terest and attectlon and this Idea
of having a special friend for
each of the girl has been an effective *
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one. By Dr. Robert W. 8tiw)'.
The program of "Friend, Inc."
M outlined In last week' column Director, The Laws Institute. /
1* completed when a girt leave "Rye ha a very bad effect upon 1
the School except through correspondence recovery of bermuda In the,
spring write 0. J. Noer.i WY
perhaps or the re- I Iy'1' .
membrane of birthday or other e'a"lj'P: turf expert In Florida I
has produced undesirable S
pedal occasion, tat In the kb-
once of any state aftercare program transitions! from the I J
for the assistance and counseling wtntergrass: V states a Untvercity I ; gip a it _
of girl wh* must go back' at Florida thesis. "Damage j
into their communities, the co to the permanent turteras wa I I
operation of other club will be more severe on plots overseeded'
requested. Some help along this with common ryegrass," details a'
line will be very worthwhile. Mississippi State University re I
A wallet card will be given each IIf'arrh"1JOrt. Such findings, plus ;
girl upon her release from the winterkill In recent years, ha I
School a card "simply stating caused widespread search for better a .
that the bearer 1. a 'friend' of wlnteneedirig mixture I
the Junior Woman' Cuba of The search first centered on
Florida and any consideration given unit course usage, where quality I c
her would be appreciated." green are essential for conhpetltlvenesa
Also mentioned Is that she I 11 afenuniate' In the winter golfing busInes -1 _
"> of the Florida School \ *. But findings for the golf
for Girl This will serve, the green WIly equally to the well- E' 5 -i, __
which adds so much tesouthern '
kept lawn
young women say, a* an Inspiration ;. I Ii
to the girl, for she will know charm when snow are I
that should Adjustment Into hercommunity flying farther north. University
life prove too difficult researcher now can suggest seed Y .
there! Is someone of concern to mixture alternative to ryegrass i V \ 9
whom the can turn. and ,have evidence on the best i -t
"Notice will also be given the way to get them started 'I
Juvenile court of the significance The newer idea I II to me the
of these cards, with the request recalled "finer-textured" rrasses, tL
that the local Junior. Woman' designated this way on seed boxes
Club be contacted when assistance under the recent labeling scheme 1' -
to the Individual xuld be desir Included are the fine or red few
ed" cues, the Kentucky bluegrasses.
the bentgrasnes, and a few othe"|
specially sorts. Ryegrass and
other haygrssse must be listedas
SAVE! SAVE! "course kinds.
The seeds of these finer grassesare I
ON quite small. Getting a small I
seed properly placed and broughtup : l l I
INSTALLATIONCOSTS1 II to sizeable proportions Is a bit
more painstaking than with alarger 1
seed; but there are many ,
.more seeds, eventual plants In
each pound of seed purchased, al I j
Modernize nice economy plus. One can afford
} to pay considerably more fora
fine fescue-bluograss-bpntgrass
blend than for ordinary ryegrass,
and still come out way ahead en You can read many things in the human face. It We can read them in the Bible. And In the centuries

AND 'cost As of to the getting Individual young grass grass plant.tip Is often the mirror of our emotions. It is sometimesthe of man's universal reaching for God. In the prayer

SAVE and visible research, Mississippi I Indicates Sate University that reflection of our character.But that a hundred million lips have framed. In the hymn

above all else, the permanentlawn : I and psalms that generations have echoed.
ON should be mowed close at I almost never does the face reveal the needs of

FUEL er seeding). In time the tests usually, "dose"mld.C'oboI was 1 I the human toul Like some artificial mask it can look God! alone fully understands the needs of a human '

Inch tall. It Is helpful, too. to satisfied when the soul is starving. It can look calm Bout He who created us knows what is essential for

rake out any old leaves and item soul troubled. It look when the His creatures. And when to His House .
that may keep the new seed from I when the is can content we coma trying
\j
\ ENJOY WARM AIR HEATING touching\ soil. Then as the permanent soul is restless and yearning.How to understand these deep spiritual needs all the)
dormant, frequent
AT ITS BEST WITH ANERJCAJV.tucfucI watering grass goes of the III'W.d.- while lie is supplying them, satisfying the hunger

,\leg should bring about sprouting then read soul's needs? '
within two weeks, unless the weather can we our of the soul
turns unseasonably cold. I .

AUTOMATIC lot The of better reserve grasses food In don't the small carrya I + r THE CHURCH FOR ALL. ALL FOR THC CHURCH I BCoprrlfhl .

WINTER AIR CONDITIONERS seeds, so It may be well to fertilize The Church U the greatest factoron and support the Church. They
wlnterseeding This
a
I spsce-seetng fait* should speed up early growth giving earth fur the building of character ere: (I) For hI own takes (I) for
a prettier surface more and fond rltiMtulilp It It a storehouse children's. sake. (I) For the sake
I Qiiipiri with stvtfful, swrt Mesa quickly. There iwwns arot a promise of *|lrltual value Without of his community and nation. (4) '

I Engineered for kighnt heel Htinfj in these finer species, for I strong Church: neither democracy For the ask of the Church .Itself II

i tally, uiitly" kntoM wlnterscape.OX yielding an .even lovelier southern : IW4KtwUr nor civllluUon can survive. There which meet his moral and materialsupport

I' esr a W AdvwtMinc B vle*, Inc.Stnburi.Va. are four sound reasons why every Plan to fo to church r |UUrly -
FREE STIMATtoEASY TERM NATO M'CLEAR FORCE: 40 person should attend service" rrgu- and read your Dible dally.
Military experts of eight NATO I
nation have concluded that Russia
Roma Horton lades enough long-range bombI Sunday MondayI Tuesday WednesdayJohn ThursdayJohn Friday Saturday
ers nuclear submarines and fast Genesis Samuel Psalms II Corinthians James

Phone MAin 7-8617 ship of to Polar knock! miufle out a-nring proposedfleet surface I 4:1.7L : IS:8-13 42:1.11: 6:2544 8 ::355tStewartYoung 5MO: 1:18-21: I I


QUINCY 1423 W. Jefferson FLORIDA I The came proposed vessel after a I fleet This"-mentr wouk conclusion study bej;I f 4, 11: y'1'I:t !?!' :t_ t. .i r_ _t__ tlJfJf

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ASSISTANCE, ., This Feature is Being Sponsored .Weekly By The, Following Individuals.And '. .I' ..


FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENHOLLAND Business Establishments






Hydro Gas Company of Quincy Double Cola BottJtog Company Southern Ckenlcol

strongly supported IMCficalIUIdMee to north' SUIkW. sad /MM S.mrtHarbuvWoU. ...... h terries hM.Saepord's .
senior citizens through the KERR-MILLS BIll. Jell' Bate. Hardware Company Query Lumber Company
which covers both hospital and doctor bins R Inc.CocaCola MID

protects those with who Federal have the need and It financed Wilson's Mack's Badto A TV Service as.ds ssd A' ,_ lasseasre a.,. y.rW StMT.,...S stustsniniMUf
by our states support a

Medicare, the other proposal offers only limited Tie Qutacy Slate lank Attrition's Motor Hotel Botlllna CompanyMaryBooaey. American Fence bduetrtee
hospitalization financed by an Increase in Social *. Mr. 14 Mrs. b C. AsMlfaeDanley .... rete

Security taxes. R covers all senior citizens rich Western Aato Aseodate Store Fsr.e.y Rays ... laSi be.Olls .
or poor but K does not cover doctor bills. & .. Service
furniture Con puny "are, M r. .g Apex' Flying be.WolTs .

Florida's entire delegation .in Congress voted for Sykes Fine Food *sysSttber lsu.swa said lwspMyuse
the Kerr,Mills approach. Our state 'legislature approved i +M lack A Tract Company: Una Cole Supermarket

it for a two-year trial period as did 36 Quincy BOOM A Aato Store A loh&soa Company ...._ maQuiacy

states and territories W* rin imn. rive fwlainsi ...... air
rid P.earr Ad'. Tttttr *f tw* error tmifjMabafler Telephone CompanyW. First Federal Savings A Load Aesoe.CMHMf .
anise L ...,. tn.. Gadsden Furniture Company .4 tle
U **4 IS We* MIWMt) Km
CONTINUE PROGRESS IN PROTECTING J. .. CMV a*, ...|*. Aaency D. Barren Pure Ofl Coaopa DUklbutorBeniky

OUR SENIOR OTEEHS RE-EUCT eta last a.1 Tatars
SoeO Service OH Company
MAM Tractor Coeapmy Dectrto Company
Frosty Mora Meote
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White's Grocery Poet A Lumber ",..,"tAt Company

Deader Morgan Fu .roJ HOSM Klgdon Furniture Company
Monlora DoJtTovtell Star Qutncy Tire A JUcapptog Company

Joe Wed. ... lac. Cba>sm.e'. HambwraersKlaoara
Casey's IGA FeodHaerInaaanfokaeon Qufecy Cabinet Works
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As a result rite plan wa extended FALL I 8TOB1F.S ( BLOOD BANK FOR DOGS The Sart* sum Can exhibit
I
Too Late by the organltarton of theAI".rkan Graveside Rites I I by Marlneland of Florida, w .I I
WILL IT I
WHICIJ BE, ui 1'p Pittsburgh tailing head over St. Johns, Quebec, Canada -
Amoclatinn ol Reined wallow It* own weight In a i, r
For H. H. Cundiff I heels, Harrison Jones fell three I IDA, Jean Goaselin, a veterinarIan -
To Classify Persona which opened| the door t to stories and landed unhurt. The{ and Frank Fucha, a dog fish In a single day. But anyone over OS yean of age breeder have established a blood Great Swallower I deepmn-
: R toppled train a
Graveside" services for HcmHarrli year-old man
Today AAR li one of the fast > bank for dogs Dogs owned by specimen, will wallow a fifth
second Door
window, landed
II)' RiiMHI kay Cui.tiff, 87, ol Live Oak 01I Isstored several times 111 own weight
which and
Fuch the blood
provide
eat growing orgHiiiaitliHH In tile e6R ) porch roof, bounced off and land
were conducted at 3 clock Mon p I In the animal hospital carry It In an extended stomach
It ill started when! A rwUwlrcd nation wltlva membership ol wet SRIRI ed In thick shrubbery. H* was .
echoo) earhnMm. ElM Perry over hall a million eniluuiaiiUniembers. day afternoon In Hillcrert Cemetery M 1$_ examined and found to be unhurt. Several p-ta have been laved of until digested.No
S 1, There are no special type
with the Rev Brady Brink
Anrirus, after a lifetime of riedlnled blond. cure has been discover!
T\lr found hmrU retired Although the membinhip let ley and the Rev Thomas E. Cut pt1f p i SS The atmosphere U so lied for alcoholism. The goal of 11 ,'
on a pitifully mnU pnwinn ll only J2 per year, the benefitsare lira officiating. with campaign oratory we can I "You must cooperate often. alcoholic must be "abstinence ,!
Mr. Cundilt! native of Pari'dIw.
She decided lhal retired trachen nuf1'M'rou. Lath member rereive I hardly get the .arts. means, "Let me have my way." he t* to recover _
an attractive ngaiiw Ky., was a mldent of Live
Deeded a nnrlniutl ganlzatlon' to Modern Malunly' edited for Oak for If yeast. He was t retired ---- -
protect their Interests and advance farmer and member of
oldsters by oktalers, with interesting I
their welfare Through her efforts the rd OiurchHe Ask
,Informative articles on Clayl Baptist us about our
Die Nalirmsl Retired Teachers -
October 23 inrite
such subject as taxes. health,
In 1947 Association, came Into being Job opportunities, and, Inspiring l'wW County Honpltmlafter '
t nglhy Illnnu
Through the NRTA she !led Ox, editorials .
Survivor include his widow,
organized:
Local chapter were
,
fight for larger pensions better Mr VMmnt IWc Cundiff Uve '
whe* folks" tan enjoy a variety *
being conditions, low rout healthand Wit, r't
of social attlvillei, make new Oak; two daughters, Mrs ElIza. I 1
accident Insinnmr cheaper. friends and participate activelyin tell Cannon, Amerlcua, Ga, and
drugs, and low cant travel oppnrtumtlps Association aM.iArrangnmenls Mr*. Vlvicnn Roberta New Orleans -
,
mere made to secure La,; four aoni, Joseph
Her efforts were so micrwnnjl drug and appliances for Houatnn and Woodrow QindlffJv
that thousands of oldster who members it substantial discount Oak, and J. 1L Cundiff of ,
could not qualify for membership. 'Bimugh NTRAAAKT drug etores ;San Francisco. Calif. one later,
U retired school teachers. wanted i Recognizing I the need for dependable Mri Winnie Mordook, Owens-
.to joinSAGoi'____ sick and aiiKlrnl insurance horo Ky.; two brothert, Christ Prove for
for older folk at a cast with pier Cundiff, Rartumwito, Calif, yourself Zenith'sgreater
in their mean, IrranKrlllnt.lrre and Wharton Cundiff, Uulivllle,
mart with I national maul Ky.; 78 grandchildren and 0 dependability /
? inc. company to provide policy K..at1P1u1lk-hllill't'll..
prolcctlun In-bonpiitU and out The Suwannee Funeral Home
hospital CJe *, d>ctori fees Will in charge of arrangements.
nursing and nursing twine emits
Many member expressed an STEWART-YOUNG
Interest In travel but complainedthat Living Pearls. .
moat available tour moved
too fast for them and provided by Guy It Wade
little. or no consideration fur Dieiged. i iI STAR GAZING 18 West Washington Street Phone 627-8668 Quincy. Florida

I The association promptly set upa When It If dark enough men '
travel bureau and employed I'' nee the IIlrl," said Ralph Waldci
tour director Whl'l11II go Emerson. Would you lilY that
shopping for travel rates' with a thin la true?
group of over half a million behind People seem not tfl have, theme
you It tent hard to got just they used to have? Retnem
shot.; anything you want at rock her laying out on I fresh-cut lawn
,.e tr.e' "bottom prices with a blade of gram In your
.otIl I I If you are getting along In mouth and looking up Into the Invlenie
years and are nmceroed with and teeming endless sky
After You SM Your Doctor, the future It will be well! worth It the atari Some were little and KEEP the FtORIDrVSTOrWAU
Bring Your Prescription Te \Ul your while to investigate AARP other large, aome wen constant
Write to Dr. Ethel; Percy AmlrusAARPNTRA and other twinkling but just the
I>ul'nnt Circle BldgWiHhlnRton magnitude of the universe seemed -
D. C. 20038) to Impress you
I .
mint the darkness Of this
Why
F. P. May Because our culture condemns world and the problem of Its -
alcoholism In women more thanIn people be the cause for a* to lookup
Drug Co. men, there are undoubtedly and out to God the God of the VE IN
many more hidden alcoholics Universe One thing to remember
Phone 627-7601 among women The ratio ha* la that the tars are always
Quincy Flo. narrowed In recent yean, and today here but often things come be-
It Is enlimatrd that at least twl'l'llll' and me alar. *. It Ian't the
one alcoholic In six Is a female, fault of the star, more often it lauimelvei.
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To not "look" for the stars Ismalady I
that ban become prevalent
In mir day,, Do you need help? w Y ,, rFlorida's
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Who sheAMh, "", "'* Wood, by
:= man shall. M* Wood tm shMli for Success Is No Accident!
hi..ttw. Image of God wad heat. Story

1. Who spoke these words t
2, ,To whom .
1, Where are they recorded
4. Who I* the author of the 8th largest state In the nation
book In which they appear

Answers to Verse Industry Is at an all time high

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3. Noah and lila son*.
5 Geneils 9.e. 45 State Parka now In operation *. ItI ascribed to Moses but
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Norman McMillan ft. K. Shaw only In a genera'! way I Space and Moon-Shot Program Center i 4' ': .'

The trouble with mat Interviews .
\ 'I la what a man say but An accelerated program for education ',1'1? : '" "k' '

I rarely what ha thinks t t" tt. 'r ':f 1 c., .. rsT
Highest standard of living In "
history 1. .

!' Nothing gels around like a goblin withCHEVRON Tourism booming with 15 million visitors annually ,' > r..'- ,?. ,A '


Inland waterways and harbors Improved by 5 million dollars ,1 i

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Veterans hospitals Increased by 47 million dollars In 64 .


Agri-business has a consumer value In excess of three billion dollars


i i Record building program for highways expressways, and Interstate highways


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FLORIDA'S 1964 FEDERAL TAXES WERE $1,570,000,000
e Our oetMiom eal for thaw new and

Madam. fucb, to right for Dixie' 1964 FEDERAL EXPENDITURES IN FLORIDA WERE $3,338,000,000Florida's
H. ac taN today. Choo, from 3

. VM*Chenon p oIhw. Each packed

: villa Jbebr performance, lonf-running; economy.

: Daiclea, In Cfamon and Chevron Supreme you

4 I. M JtfeftV*, the different antiknock compound development as the fastest -growing large state require* a partnership with the Government -

the helps develop JI the power built Into your
I esc Slop at b mdnd. Co lively with Chevron! through new roads, schools, public expenditures to keep pace with the needs and demands of the kind of

! growth never before experienced by any State.

Witakt' b t/ercarrr; of your car

There are men and women behind the Florida Story who played an Important role In Its success. They provided

STANDARDOIL the leadership to get the job done. These leaders have been traditionally elected by the people from

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the ranks of the Democratic candidates.Go .

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ir4,1it to the polls Tuesday and vote for Lyndon B. Johnson for President Speuard L Holland for United States

4t\ \1
I 's/ 'dy Senator Haydon Burns for Governor then Vote Democratic All-the-Way.


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WHo IS-me WORLDs
murder Oct. I of a
s p StRIIOOUT i lONe? mother and her I-yrar-old
on In N.w Mexico, wit nab.
By BOB RTDTK bed by police In aeklnll&tlloN
SANDY KOUFAX. til. tot J. Steels 28 It a native
Angele Dodfera greet fanned ; ; Roswell. M.
U batter ba the first fun sa AUTOGRAPH TIME, $100 !.-Republlcin presidential candidate Ooldwiter auto- of
I of hlmeelf at the $ fund dinner la la BaJtunor
nphi photo 100-i-plat raising armory
Stadium last team to
DYNAMIC ENERGY CONVflSION-At left It th* giant toll concentrator la its throt-ttory Tank.
sliding building at Sundatriad Aviation la Denver Colo. The 41-foot concentrator built by Mt a new -... record. H.
Goodyear Aerospace, It the world lirgeat and product 1,000 degree beat it IU focal bettered Brooklyn Dodger Carl
point. It locks onto the Sun and follows across the sky automatically. The facility U JCnI DI'! mark by war IM

designed to teat virtoui collectors that could be seed to convert the IUII'I energy Into against the IBM the series Haw Torte Tiaktatla ;..+1 i to a, I People, Spots In The Newsy I I
electric power tor long duration tpic ml lona. At right It in aluminum disc, burned
through in seconds by a bm from the solar oonce.tratur.t Diet br Slag ftattin 1rI.-

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'White House Welcome I possible forerunner of supersonic

I air )liners. lift off Edwards! AFB,
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itlonit porter children for Muacular Dyatrophy Aaaoclitlont ofAnlsekage an "S" '
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t i warm reception In tht White House library from LESS P'ENSIVI-c. A. Dleman, maintenance director of the bill) ShtalTiT Van plant In
Mn. Lyndon: B. Juhn on, MPAA'i honorary rhalrman. The First Pod Offlo* Department, displays a new aluminum mailboxIn atop I
Lady wn charmed by the beautiful and articulate youiiRiUre Washington. It It being tested for maintenance-free quit it. Madliun 1 U. vltiblt at I
from Cincinnati who presented hrr with I camrn portrait of IU... The (If-pound mailbox, fabricated by Reynolds Metal. night for 15 milt.
themselves taken by famous photolr1'lpher'ou.ut Ktreh. :Bobble U aid to eliminate need of a biennial removal for piloting. irrp'x -
sod Kerrl ire travelling around the country to spark the efforts
of hundred of thousands of volunteers rarticlpatmc In the March
r for Mawvlar Dystrophy Funds railed in the annual drivt maitre)
WDAA'a world-wide program of aclentiflc research Into dystrophy
mA 1 Md related duotdtri ol the muiomuKulaf tyiUm. WASHINGtON AND"SMALL ,
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WIllON HA
HAil STAff MR HOOVIU-Tbt flag Over the Old Senate
Office Building la Washington It lowered to half staff la
memory of former President Herbert Hoover dead la New Very few people ta yet under el Ik* sew law aa ,.,.\141 by
York at M. In background It the CapItoL stand tht provisions of the ao- >,. tkkard rH el VlrUI.
called "War on Poverty BUI e
which hat become the taw of B* reports that Under the tor!
w, the land, except that for the Community Action Program -
r y first year something like a billion .itctloni Federal irantt can 'ItllUNA: baby rhlnortroi>;;;tt lirlatol, ben;; inoin
9 lyik dollars hat ba set forexpenditures now be mid to any public
up for a UI walk with her proud mama, St.phanl.,
-a a or private non-profit orianliaInn !khona't the third ralf horn tn
Stephanie there.
(I Inrludtoig pollllril I party,
At a..!- rrvle club, fraternity, riclal or.
l., of litl.th lanUatlnn tt al which tim
.r. U e.ea ducts i poverty program approved

e.ee.5fsslas as 'bureau br This the Includes Federal conduct'poverty l Mother's Little Helper j jy ,

; JrIiiij I* what sea-I lug birth control pro.r me. _
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i Hy. Valera Tkta. *f eenrac, ..... wU
Ikt r.lt dlaamk UM deer to .....bIlIU.* firM
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|.-i iWaaklnil.1. The Virginia Congressman
Co w.H....' also Hi tea that War. Poverty
aa taremt *f M...* M lees pr funds can be secured for too
year It t tHere< povrty.I itrucUnO) operation and mauv
e e lenance of a church facility a.
The enly people who do sot long aa II It wed part of the
seem to ba.. gotten the word Urn for a poverty program
OQ what iwnatiiutf poverty lethe *
Internal Revenue Service. I* view ef all Ik* baule. ., leg-
to claUse, legal sad elfcM Ikal
U< me Ui recerlt lt INI bang bee waged .. uphold tee
..... Mal Ikwo wat I MaJ efuulile *l the teparaUe "
lI.m"'l ...IMI. laiwhert nurse. cbirrk ad Male, aa well it
F .. ..._ 1M ...... rugsd fee recent liifrew* tort tcllcgletrkig
., ---- XobMt and Kerrt Whltaker, national potter ckildrea for Mae ever MM to lUll *r |.*.. prater to ....... ..... )(,1 ,, ,tadpmrm
-JIIoo oU'
ruler Dystrophy Aaeorlitioni of 'America, bring flower to the Pre those r."etl, rIMea pee Ire, this preeeou a parade.
ASTRONAUT JOHN GLENN and wlf.Annkir.lMit thai grave of their great and food friend th* Ut I'realdent Kennedy, pie lbs IwMteMi Ua peepl l..lever eRep.
bom in Beibroct. Tex, whllt b. awaits further medical txamtniUoii she personally welcomed, them to tjte Whit, Hove In the war a ...8.... deli, Mjntf Port also. polnlt eel thai .eU
U. mrlnM and ner ef IMS. The young.t n., whoa horn I. In Cincinnati. Ohio" ? t
to a* can be discharged from 171 H It W art nil tvrrlet In the flrtt year, 40000 youth
Into the soft Brink bualnee H. lUll It recovering from nave been chosen to spearhead the March for Mmrnlar Vyilropkyfor Ml to 111 Tl per pe'Tlr will be recruited for work
to a ascend year. They were In Washington it the Invitation ttMM.
that bathroom Ion that put Urn out of poUUca. Lyadoo B. ; hnun, MDAA'l honorary chairman virus sad amongb.. treupwbeM camp for a total expenditure 1, it
free torMnet wave a- of '110 000,000. or in image
Iowa ...... iM ..,..1, tile of M.7W each fur each young

I Rice With Chicken Fun Dish IJII.average Ua lake) wit over man the out mountain among Secede the pWrr lead

4 + e o fhlngt MR bMiimt pretty hwtle when the sew litter arrive, even
rr Ra In offs," the War *. nil r* MiM> M .... M. O. with mother1 little klpe irnand. tipert at tee Pirlna let
Pevertjr with a billion dnUar I.,... .5 heeu.eby Ie I s. Car Center have bM: through It thaaeind ef aid they'
eipendtture. It (lvki| back to ..rYl Ifeal lee JM. shave ball . these people W% ft Ib* money ef thus MM. they ***Jd b* kept to alUrwW la the *kr* ry for the tret Ikre darg. Keep chll.lrea
takes. from en. la Harvard fwt M already lay mm Lady hi* .verylklrgunder control cad I. son her
..1a 5Who. ....... Ml, poverty la A_,. tabM are well If tall are to he dnrkd thl* .noell| be doM
Ibis *M W tMnewkMaoailaf Ira la ifceae II N It perhaps Ml aa Itratf .**.dHlea, bert*** aH *k a yeu allow vlaltnn, let la only J en* at a Urn and caution
...... it tMM W the tiUt even ,..m, It laid,.. each .. be careful ef the new arrival. Duringtill tmportnl
e.W eeaessei Iret week, keep aa eye M the pupple and mat tar each. ktfUlif
kit fair share.5 fund and U growler aormtlly,
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k ae. I 'I .rto Sunshine auxiliary will beentertained Graveside riles for Joyce Ann
+ J. f by Mr. Ethel Stoke. Weston was conducted in the
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member are urged to attend. I
October 22
The 10 ajn. She died Oct
Senior Missionary society ober 20, following a ihort illness.
\ -- \ will meet Thursday evening, 7p.m.
'- .' .. ...." tl\ v ... ,: In .. Mn, Lizzie Wood, entertaln- The den deceased County, attended la a native the of publiC Gad-

f'. ", I school of the
county, and 1* well
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h" ; .. meet known by member of the .
) ,. Thursday 7 30 young.er
'f evening, : p.m. The set
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Andrew Wells Darlene Bowers Sharon Proctor Jacqueline Cordonm-- Sheila Baker Rutha Black Supt. Parthell Galney announce
that Sunday School will commence I
I WINNERS OF THE BABY CONTEST sponsored by Amtcaei of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., are: First Andrew Well; Second, Darlene Bower; Third, Sharon 9:45 a.m. All teacher are asked Hospilal Report

Proctor; Fourth, Jacqueline Gordon; Fifth, Sheila Baker; Sixth, Rutha Black. Sponsors were Amicaei Wlllii L. Jordan, Candalay Lacier Lucy N. Gilliam, to report on timeThe I dntiasions October 20 X,

Hazel Wells, Katie M. Thomas and Eg ie Woodberry. _____ morning worship service 1964.
will begin at 11 am. The number
Barbara Ann 8<>,., Rose Washington -
one usher board will serve at \
Jeannete

Jackson Height Arnette Chapel i Lions To Meet C.-P. Celebrates Services Set both render services.music for The the senior services choir will Lee Freddie Palmer. Fisher, Adolphu Goldwire Nellie McPhauL Jackson, Sallie,


Recreation News Church NewsMember Lincoln ElevenTh HomecomingCarter At St. JamesA with The. Mr Y.WPA.*. Ethel will Stoke meet entertaining :S p.m.-' Nathaniel Robinson, Quincy Cunningham; Will, Walker Sarah,

Evening worship will begin
Gretna
torn Ruby Lee
By Timothy ; Holllt, Margaret -
9. hope to havea sucessful First at :S p.m.heldWeelcly.
it's R Carter Parramore Dons very Quarter Hines, Havana; Yank
Exhibition game result played of Arnette Chapel A. f a will host the Lincoln High Tigers gala Homecoming this ,week Conference was held, with Elder prayer meeting: will be Brown, Mildred H. Green, Sneads;
Thursday, October 22nd, Sykes,M E. Church are reminded that Friday evening I p:m. at Hardens Even though busy with other C. T. Sykei in charge Tuesday. Elease Watson, Midway
line food Tiger 12, Buslncs-'Love Feast meeting will be held Memorial Field Homecoming Is I duties, all Homecoming Commit Sunday at 11 am. Rev. R J BIRTHS

men Wildcat 0, Betsey Funeral Friday evening, 7pmSupt the big attraction along with the tees'have been working hard to Robinson a relative of Elder Carter Elected Gene and Barbara Ann Bess.
Home Yellow Jacket 18, Slmmi I Joseph Long Sr, announce annual battle between the football the end that our Homecoming! Sykei and a minister of Philadelphia Girl October 20.
and Jackson Lion 6. that Sunday School will begin rivals.. will be a success. deliver a very slicing mess Alex and Row Washington Girl
All the coring wa done In the 9:30: a.m, All teacher and Carter.P rramore and Lincoln age. NFA Sweetheart October 20.
Lions foe for
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second and third quarter a*1:pupils are urged to attend. All are perched high near the top of their The Homecoming mighty tilt this year Thursday evening ( p.m. weekly SalUe Lee Palmer Girl Octo
downed the Buslnennmen 120 persons are asked to come prepared the "9" North Conference her
gykei big will be the Lincoln High Tigers meeting will be held, Lamar Carter was elected NFA 21
gayer
to make a contribution to standing Both eleven are undefeated of Tallahassee While looking forward service will be held Sweetheart by the member of David M and Elease Watson .
Early In the second quarter the discussion of the session. .In conference compett- to a thrill.packed game between Friday evening, 7 p.m. All memo Quincy "A" NFA Chapter at the Boy October 26
Sykei' Jimmie Thomas Intercepted Morning service will commenceat lon. The invading Lincoln Tiger hers
these two team, we, of the are urged to attend. regular meeting held In the agriculture
Businessmen Harold Gay. 11 a.m. The pastor will be In recently defeated FAMU High a P. family, hope that the Lion Sunday School will begin I:45 building, Wednesday, October ROCKY SILENT 0V VOTE
mon pass and raced 35 yards for charge, and will be assisted by, Baby Rattler in the annal Capitol will a* victor am. with Julius Davis, ,Supt: In 15.I.opnae. I Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller,
the first TD of the game Rev. W A. Campbell and Mln- Classic. emerge charge. All teacher and pupils Carter I* a Freshman In citing his right to a. ecret ballot
The second and final score of lonary Carrie Jackson. The senior Carter Parramore duplicated Selected by the student body to are urged to attend. Carter-Parramoe High School. has declined to (a, how he will
the game came In the third quay choir and usher board one will with a win over previously undefeated reign a* Mis Carter-Parramore Morning worship service will She will represent QuIncy "A" vote In the Presidential election
ter when Sykei Attaway Hollo- nerve at both service Holy Com Rosenwald High, Panama this year I* Linda Dixie, a senior commence at 11 a.m. The senior Chapter In the homecoming festivities in November. While he contended -
man completed a 7J yard drive munion will be given following City torn 13-L Mr. Benjamin McCary'shomeroom' attendants choir and usher board one serving NF.A activities and at the he believed strongly in the
with a 10 yard run around lift the menage Alimia HamiltonHamilton The Lincoln High Tiger will Mill Dixie' The message will be deliveredby local banquet Her parents are citizen right to a secret bal ot.
end From then on It wa a defensive Usher board one will meet at be more determined to knock oft are Alice Dupont, a junior Rev. A. .R. McGtockton. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Carter of the governor said, "I have consistently
battle between the two the home of Mrs Stella Sliuler, Cited Carter-Parramore a* the Lion de- and Vickie Donaldson, a' topho- Official board will be held Monday Greensboro.You tatr that I support the

teami I' p.m' Sunday. ACE League will eated the Tiger last year, and more. evening, 7:30 pm. whole Republican ticket
In Die 645: game Betsey fle-,commence :5pm. with President For Excellence the year before I Person elected a* Homecoming The Board of StewaroVu and can always recognize In.
tented Slmm and Jackson IfM) Joseph Long Jr., In charge. Charles "Toe-Joe" Robinson hada Queen this year other than MIlS Trustees met Monday evening, telllgence it does not seek A hard task I* eased by the ep-
B tey soared In each of the tint Evening worship will begin at field day against the Rosenwald Dixie are Prlscllla Moore, Miss 7:43 p.m. ,unanimous agreement. plication of Immediate energy
three quarter 6:30 pm. Official board meets, During the 1964-83 term at Car Bulldog a* he romped for three Glee Club; Sandra Galnous, Miss

Quarterback Jeffery Steven Tuesday, 6:30: p.m. Prayer meeting er-Parramore High School, emphasis touchdowns, for 70, 63 and 76 Journalism, Margaret McPhaul,
paced the Betsey offence, passing will be held Wednesday, 6:30: 1* placed on the theme yard, Robinson 1* also credited Miss Business Guild; ineva Smart
for all three of the Yelloy Jackets p.m. Junior choir rehearsal, Wednesday Striving for Excellence In All with a 14 yard punt return. The I Miss Athlete; Grade Cotton, MissMusic 'Little Gal of the Golden West'Is

TD*. End Charles William was 7:TO p.m. Senior choir Area" 223 yards gained by the fleet Lions Appreciation, Lomor Cartee

the main target earthing two of ,rehearsal, Thursday, 1 p.rn. 1 It should be pointed up here I. part ot total offensive thrust by NFA Chapter A, Annie P.

Stevens TD panes End Bruce that excellence In the academic I Coach Holt super charge back. Pride, Mist Boy Scout, Marilyn National March of Dimes Child
Warner caught the other one. LunchroomMenus phase of the program of the school The C..P. Lions gained a total Gunn, Miss Junior, Mattie demon

Slmms and Jackson scored their the primary concern of the of 344 yard to Panama City 40. *, Mill Librarian, Marcella
lone TD the last minuteof school. this The Lions fallded miserable in the Johnson, Miss Honor Society; Ora
during : Using thinking a* a A blue-eyed lady of four
the game on a 90 yard pas point of departure, the member passing department, 04 while Lee Campbell, Miss Public Speak sec
known
from quarterback Anthony Akin MONDAY, NOVEMBER I of the Guidance Committee have Panama City, completed: 7 of 19 ing; Vera Moten, Miss Good years, affectionately
Mod- in her home town of Den-
Bank, Miss
for 99 yard. English; Viola
to end Roosevelt Watson Country Fried Steak a* one of their project for the
Regular season will get Whipped Potatoes year, the honoring of the student Cavern Davis, Winston Estell ern Art; Nettle Barkley, Miss ver as the "Little Gal of
games and Edward Grant contributed 9 Modern Dance, Martha Davenport the Golden West "
underway Thursday October 29, Vegetable Salad with the highest academic average is the
at Jackson Height Recreation Cherry Cobbler for each marking period The and 5 respectively tackle. Miss Sctmaticn, Virginia Brady, 1965 National March of
honoree for the tint period was Other playing well Included: Miss Patrol; Sarah Brown, MistMathematics
Park. Thursday game scheduled Roll with Butter Dimes Child. Her name is
Lou Lanler,
Emmltt Tribue Elton Davis, Ruby ; Mary
Alonza Hamilton.
re a* follows At S:30 Betsey Milk Gloria Jackson Michaeline ("Mickey") Lea
Ward, Robert Miss NFA Chapter B,
funeral Home will play I Hit Businessmen -TI'F.IIDAY, NOVEMBER SHorn Alonza Hamilton hat aim seen Stephens, Eugene Rosalind Heinicke. .
Smith and Alexander James Miss Freshman;
Wildcat and at 6:45Slmm and Cheese SandwichesVegetable honored for his
high performance The Lion are rated second be- Benefield, Mill Trl-1U-Y; Patricia Mickey symbolizes the quartermillion
and Jackson lions will Soup
the National Merit
on Scholarship hind Lincoln High Terriers of Wood, Miss Jolly Reader; American Infant
Lettuce and Tomatoes
entertain the Sykes Fine Food Qualifying Test (NMSQT) given
Miss born
Webb
Cookie Gainesville. Peggy Sophomore: every year with lever
Tiger. taut spring lie will receive a Dorothy Shaw, Mis Senior; Lade birth defect on when behalf
The public 1* Invited to attend Milk formal Letter of Commendation
Moore, Miss Good Etiquette: contributor to the March of
allot our games.Sergeant. WH\ESDV. NOVEMBER signed by his principal and the Fitzgerald Betty Oliver, Miss NFA; Eloulse Dime have financed programsof
Pork
Breaded Chop president of the National Merit Wood, Miss Spanish, RoM Oliver, research, medical care and
Slewed Apple Si holarshlp Corporation. It should Miss Girl Scout; Clara Wood Miss education.

SweetIs Carrot Green and Pea Raisin Salad lie of Interest to note that Alonza Passes Away Yearbook, Eloulse William. Miss Mickey' mother, Maxine,
performance placed him only five tell
Future Teacher; Annie Steven, of the tragedy that today
Rifle ExpertFORT Knrlthed Bread with ButterMilk points below the election core Life chapter end for, Nepo- Miss Student Council; Carolyn befall one in ten families in

of candidate for the semifinal leon B. Fltsgerald, October 25, Powell, Miss NFA, Chapter C: the United State.
TIM'K8IMV, NOVEMBER I 1st* on the test cited above 11:45 a.m. following an extended Daisy Moye, Miss Zetarette; "Like ten of thousand of
HOOD, TEX. (Al tNC) Chicken and Rice The commended students were Illness. Funeral services will be Lizzie Washington Miss Little other couplet, Paul and I were

Army. Theodore Sweet, eon of Turnip Green Salad among the high school junior In announced from Slmms-Jackson Theater Guild, Edna Smith, Miss heartbroken and numb whenwe
Mr*. Willie L. Sweet, Cheese and Pineapple\ approximately 17,000 schools who Funeral Home, later during the Lunchroom learned the truth a few
Route J, Box 1M, Qulncy, Fla, Corn Bread with Butter look the NMSQT last March. To week day after Mickey wa born.
qualified a* expert in firing the Peach Cobbler Increase their opportunities to obtain A native of Gadsden County, Hoiwieomlng Parade I am a nurse, and I had had l
\rifle, at Fort Hood, Tex, Milk entrance In the college I oftheir the deceased 1* well known lie Carter-Parramore Homecoming some experience with babies R (
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I choice, the Merit Corporation Is a member of St. John A.M.E. Parade to be held Tomorrow (Friday born with an open spine,
The versatility of thJi lightweight School Choice semis the names, home addresses Church Rev. G, W. Farmer, pas October 30th) at 4:30: p.m. which wa the case with
rifle allow the Individual The route of Carter.Parramore Mickey. I was under no rosy
tent scores, and proposed tor will deliver the eulogy.
aoldler to fire it automatically Golden Wedding college majors of all commented The survivor arc Mrs. Dora Parade will be a* follows Illusion would that this third childof
walk.
mount a bayonet for hand.to-hand Mr. and Mr*. James Campbell students to the two college they nt gerald, wife, Thomas Carr The Parade will leave the campus << our" ever
combat, or to launch a rifle grenade of Mt. Pleasant\ celebrated their Indicated a* their first and second well, brother, James Fltsgerald, and proceed north on Stewart "But. asks Maxine, "do youremember
against enemy armor or per 'golden wedding anniversary last choice at the time they took the son Misses Stalla Mae FltsgeraldMr street to Crawford street. A Ever that long, 'Did You
onnel In fortified position. qualifying test. Martha Dlxkin, Mr*. Lela Crawford rtreet, the procession refrain See a Dream back Walking1The

Sergeant Sweet Is assigned a* week.The couple wa married October Alonza 1 II a senior a member of Mae Milton, Miss Battle Wesley, will turn right and move eastward every time I come see Mickey to walk-me
quad leader In Company B, lit 22, 1914, and they had 12 the A. K. Stevens Chapter of the and Mia Ullle A. Fltsgerald, to Adam tract. At Adams street Ing on her crutches and _
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Ilattallon' of the lit Armored DMalon children, t of whom are living! National Honor Society, and 1* daughters. Napoleon, Henry Mitchell the procession will turn right and brace, or furiously riding her -.. '.
fllh Infantry at Fort Hood. grandchildren and 1 great very active In other student activities and Prentlia Fltsgerald, proceed south to Old G. F. and A.. hobby horse in the parlor, or WHOAI I Aboard kr pane, Mickey Hdnlcks, 4, Denver, 161 No.
The sergeant entered he Army grandchildren He is the Ion of Mr. and sons. Interment will be In the St Station where buses will take band doing sn Indian war dance to steed Merck .f Dimti Child, reins In for basest ., photographers.
!n Mardi law and was last itat- Mr. Campbell 1* 71 and Mr* Mrs Verdell\ Hamilton, dark John Cemetery Stmms-Jacknn student and other back to campus her phonograph records. I lay
lured In Korea. Campbell la 68. Street, Qulncy In charge- to myself ''that' my littledream
walking. mother says, ipprehenslvely: "Birth defects he adds,
"In January, when we expect "are a much more serious
"But my husband and I to have the privilege ofvisiting problem thin polio ever was
would never have experiencedthis the White House, I "To attain the urn
success
real-life dream without
know I will faint dead
away ful end that
achieved
was in
March of Dime help"Mickey
when Mickey will undoubt
eliminating polio, we need not
IS FOR whose spinal rupture edly bubble over to the President 50 birth defect center but
"'II' repaired when the 'Hiya, Podner,' or something fully 150 center to help these
wa only three day old. is awfully familiar and afflicted Infants and children.
now' midway through a tour western to the First Lady." Fund are also needed draperately -
that precedes the coast-to-coast Birth defect are the greatest to support research In-
March of Dime* campaign in medical problem threatening quirles Into the many iden-
P January. Although evenly the nation trrd To title problems involved.
handicapped, this fouryearold help provide in "I sometimes look at the
PRINTING << thrive on the long days, this ares of contributor to theMarch crippled Mickey around our
tedious air-hops between cities, Dimes now support country, at children born
appearances at convention and SO treatment and study centers without arm or legs, at other
at leading medical
the strain of meeting Senators, antes tot doomed unnecessarily to
and university-affiliated live of mental retardationall
Congressmen, Generals, atari -
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of stage and screen and other bo.pllall.T dut to birth defects; and I
president of wonder how many of cur
alk ;
public figure Oa'rr'
FoundationMarch warmhearted citizen can fail
LETTERPRESS Mickey is already veteran of Dimes, say that the to demand and to finance a
trouper, unimpressed by the need for many more such antes means to nd this shocking
mighty in high place HerNOAH is acute. destruction whatever the cost



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I I MARtIANS FOOAU ... wife. (.IIA! the I dti' of Quun.'o i u his reprM.uiailve
1 01 al. I1K,10Io: Smur ) at aiid offit! I Dates Scheduled
Dcf.ndanti rirrk rimm Conn clock ".)1" Butirn Slandird Honor Roll ',
TO RONALD rcXIAL andMAJtOAjtBT Oad.den County Florida Time on Ihe llth di> of November. '
FENCEINDUSTRIES FOOAU Its f.'t. U. tO. N. wIfe. who*> r ild*.i'. 1* an4 ipcirictr and ,'onlr.cl at-hrtol take tfi o f:o
INVIS1BLJB RBWBAV1NO Buraa.1' 1711 N. Ridge Road Ul THK: ClUCtriT eOTRT Of and bond form mar h* obtained Is Released I:= ,' I'nar': \nr', n ,>' i m
VHS "Brow jtmctAi. (
I "I Tnr. Bring fareS., Ohio I 'tIt.CUPI' '
you gin' from Ihe < Ity N io.gro f ihi
four dttfrrrnl lent date!
: : "Sils" In MIss Audroy RI.,...! YOU ARK HCRBBT NCVTIF1BD OK FLORIDA t 11 At CIty of qulncy city I Hill cat IJ' :t
H W_ Kin. 1.._!h._ .MU" It hot a Cotnptilnt I* for.do .. POIR (\PBPRN: COfNTTANORRT : IN In Mid City upon tt':. d.pooll I of n,. following itudontt hA v* instead of a\f bxtucatnvial, ting .

I 1 I a mortna* upon lbs fat' 1110 5COl I. whIch deposit will 'born named ti> lbs honor roll '1 (Vrvirr announced brpt tii

r
rot 14110. sits lw. ..... RADII I''in. Oid.d.n County, Florida, torn RRMA UITCIIKLU lb. dorUftl.n. In good .0n"ltion for lop pant mix weeks period liarhfrs in Or i.
toy $20 0' NO It. later the llrd
koms pr monthWlta not tItan dy .r
room :
I p.lI.lsd *>k floor*, iii. and B.ala. Ih* HoU..... (1'1&1 v.. Plalntlf Sov.mb.r lilt No propoe.l wIlt I 1JA-- Jimmy Barinrau DunaldMrCXillou.'h tw 12. 1M4 and Marrh 2J JL:y

bttk ... kltolKB and all mod TV SERVICE I CV>rn r *t Lot PSOC tti of the ALLEN MITCHBU.Vnu b* *.epl.d which I. nM .,,10, Tommy Pmnfll.luiyr 17. ami October 2. 1UH5. ..irtrtiit 4
ODVnlnc.. T. B. VI.' .iOr" i original Sautarmo tit.B.lon of I'.r.nll.nl iltt.d nn Ik* propneil form Santord 1 will hr given at rnn t' inS50
or HI 1.1111. MONEYDOWN ih.nc run Wat <'n. hundred Ill Till' Aw.rd will b. mid wltkln II 128J.nlH Kcmlrr: Cwa; kK-nlumi in the M Catcl!
Hike* aid Model thirty-one and twenty-flv him OF 'IA'RIAI lOANS l'F TIlS .TATI: (ontnMn, Pit Parmrr Jwtv! KTS MlriSconn
f K RUNT: : rurnlih .p..,- AlTO HAMOI I dr.dth. feet, thear ran '
( VttLCOMBmourn (1300) TOI \I.I.IIS M1N'HIU. whone THK CITY OF gl IV\ HutrHnaon Jon Mi***, Dunne I
",ont for rtnt, prlMtte fr" nt "HI I South 810t... dar.* fouI..n KUlKlPA on th* National TtachofKxumlnminnii
.bt k tntrinc*. KlKtrli lichen ..,. faIITN mlnulM W ..i llt.lfMW Mine .ddr.kn..n'.. and '"Ihn,'. I. un It, II. .' tlr.aor) FMiwk Pittiy WI"". I art uard by many

(_n" !&I .hoi). Phon.II.I'311 u 'U" D AY"1 t) fuur mod ninety-two kundredth in h.rrbr notified Ohio City M."..., 12CCarolyn Jrtfmut Jeep arg* action rtufrtcla for rmpk1/

: (It U) feet, thenr levrnteen run. a lull for: rtlror. hi. been filed IM-l t'. No I. II IIIM Strkkland Shtryl I Thorn,*", mmt of new trachrni and by lev*

54010 A TV ,b.. UP TO 36 MONTHSTO North Klahty-nln minutia Weit d.areei(N. 111 aiiI100l 0 011 In .h. tbove etylconrt Iwrwi Wail nonrla.tl'4l.. rrnl ilHli'. (.M ,'l'IilIlcat1111or II.
FUR BENT IM Weet bU....* h>' Krni Mitchell, and ye.. THM CIROftT ('0th? fOP It-A- AwaitRrvnnlifc.
hundred Ill> feet tcth henry Bumrtt )1.l
W) boa ( .r. .....10' required to til* mOthlOu THM SIRCONS' JOilulolAl, CIII. vnalng o( icachrrft Sent c
PAY or Pius Rod No.
't R t elde .
*
Clerk of mild It'jf'tI all umlora
ales'In. Court poor CI'ITrXll'NTY. IN AKIn ItfOlt UAI040KN rrqiurr PI'"PRI'olhi
loutlwontsniy
MEXICO BEACH - 17. a rlht-of-wiy boor. of said ron written d.f.n If >ny. to Ih. PUIRIPAIN i 18Btlly Bryant George to '1'It'h to bibs lbs txairUna*

;' CHRIST FREE ESTIMATES jne* hundred fifty-five sod nine Bill of
..... )... IM' ft. from ...<.... Mdl'E.t OSii'tF"I.II: : lean I i-nthi (till) foot thence 1C..trw. :and to sorso'e',. f: thereon oilreavry Mounts HOMKA FIN ASCI Jimmy Taylor.
..... "l.w' S Bodr.._ P.'n your R. h.ppl.i ind n 3 h CALL 'unllr" III..'" sod thorby.fly. ind .. Alloronynf.r I'OMI'ANY. a Floridaorpor.o Uti <4 whool i>itcmt which
t........ .I".a .......... 1.1 bm.O Write Mr Don hundredth ( fool, the I'l.lnlltf herein who.ddrm. .. ,' .. lICBell ."'l'h'r. Durum !lilt! the examlnatlnn rtaulta 515
lor ....... C*.,l ttkllrbrv ': O.IIun ,. 14 W..! \\ ..hl..lon l.t.I.Uff.( | Maya Oithy J-orrtr, Marilyn \Vi|.
Hani thy Martin I Avon Man. P. :3I Ih.nc. run North ttmrlhiKort to 111'b LFS aiIltlIWtbIib
aei ,.... ) ,
....., ........ |M>rrk. I in 14 MO A I... ': "forty-two and on. tenth U4l.11 gulmy Klorldi, on o'. \.. llama, ftiaan Woodward PatriciaParraninr
Mill r*.< f.. .11.110 ,.r ....... ,0. oall 111.1111. II 627-8661 feet I* th. point of bealnnlnc before No\.mber II. 1144 Herofill K I. I"'TTO and kit wife *. nlurational OI'IfIn\aU.
mil MA.IB r-wM .r ..,. tin ontalnlnp On. and twenty-fit In tint or I rvvreo Pro ,'on.I. ,VKINhl HI'TTtl, 01 bOil piTpHm and tmlnbtrn
.... ...
.111 h. .to. ...In.1 COO IVf.ndata 100ARoI".r1 1 Iff Sober
*.. hundredth tl ID ori war o' examination
Florida
I Quincy. I .... Buld land boboi all of 1.0' In eiM .nit NOTICIt OK sliT GI'II11I11111I"[ Dtannt Mon- t
DONK AND OrtPKRm al Quy .- IN MOHT1IADM F\>RMCI. Itl'RK Oil .a, ftill pro.
Four <4) and part ef Uot FlvI tif\if', Owryi Snipra Hunan i 1MtI
,
PI.rido thin lib diy of Il"tel. TO: K U I5l'Vi'bi and bin wife.COR1NB .
FOR RKNT Two BidroomrurnliholL FRIGIDAIRE ( ). ill . lven (tl. laM .Ii loll. Ht'TTO WytlIb". 1"1I'.AI.II.$ 01 lh
boui. Klwtrlo Kllch.In I II) and Nine <( I SImPler Maria .
.r Uii HMt, LAwn Trill, Nlci VITAMIN end ( ) or Nln. Ntlahborhood' lentil on pir 4lr Butenilon .( th. Tow. irk "lr,1t ("ourlOI..d.n omplalnt I* fone'l,,.. cerlnlmofiMia 0 > *. Janlc' Smith. .'rant.,. Su- prriwrnlum .0 unchcn. aunt
| ..t 4 blockl from Ofra W. of Havana, Florid All of Ih b'OtiOt,. FlorIdoI" *n tha fnllowlna d.. IHT '
Munroi Hchool 171 monthlyThvn ZENITH HEALTH FOODSERVICE mild land b.lnr a part of th. :1 :,. N", 1. 01 4t 'rlh-prop.- to. vHH.ain IO-C- Rim-tier Line*, Edwmrd ll of n 'hll Ami .'(au.nKllnn -
Mail half ( K|) of th. IsIsIhoistqoartsr
J7- ifitrtiio'rI : Optional
417-tItS durlni dax ebmino Suit t )
*
Ten till
.. (SKI ef the HoutheIHKK .. Ni u". e VI l Itirrhy alven th.t SheRuait IHux-h. (OIrcH'n .Minmxi .11.1
IrvIt
$t t nln : Northwest of th huiuurailiTy
67 lIuar'.. ef SortieS Twtyey.n .... ; I'uhlu Inttrurllnn i .. Kmhry.
1111:1'11'' I'll.' I bedroom (17), Townihlp ThreI ilmlmlri" ''.nIT. riorlrtn. will Mouth..M qiirlr f NeotlonMeteiHeen ol the iiilijtvt Oicy ex.
.
hOIl... (""II MAIn ,.'710 'f ( ) North Hint Twa ti) Woul rooiv., *..led bid. until I* ol \I H. To. n nl|> On* Gardner, Arthur Mimnie.PA to teachrmapevllv )
pert
ISERyiCE Featuring Better Built Slant Ill Nnroh R.". Tm. III John Mains .
; end bolos' In "Ih. Town of Isi.eaoa I M. Wsde..dsp. Neo'enihsr .. 'run Neat Kalrdoth
Board ,lfti Alum. Prows and ('ouoty or Oad.don and 1144, for ih* SOlO of i.'i> blOod W not. pod !')a.t 0 diooan'Iof LaDonna Ctme. Mary Virginia '* teacher ahould etui
,
other alda to good krolth a* *tt. of ,Florid, toiothor with .II hoI l bu.. cor Ih. fnlluwlnt d*. len fnur III I4t ihain.chain.Ih.nr, Ih.nr runHnntk Cox, Linda Sharon Cbx, !ml Ihe *il>" il 111 In which

N.tural1ta"l.. and food auppbmenta .II .Ian. or olh.r p.r.onil prop.s.0.troot vrlpllonUu.. ,. i un W.M tn 111 <'hln*'. Ktnlynn Kamlllin .Suaan Itillllpa. they trek .npomt! o thcUfcollritra
FOR RENTModem rty uied In connection with N* T..r f'hot.Im l aouso'btyii .
I Sluwart YoungV by Srklff flue Prodetc .0,0010 r motol, ep.t whirlIa Iit4 ford 4D Ih.nr. run North o 415100.5III offinir nthealnnlna I'llVon rVlftirr. Shirley 0

aad Bob HoHina (Olymoroes InvalId ThIrty I (SO) unit. on.g.lhsn 11 Illl tIMi' I* rhln, HAVISH to! Iho AND point KX.O.PTINH "..'\. Alllatm Brldgea, Jo tAhIti whlih exarnlMthina la take
with cafe and all flaturend Thee vhM. b* .*." atOh. ahnuld
'umele miy which doles thry
( ) fniiu Iho noov* d* Duiin Martin' Seay, WamU m b
r'ayfGlealon
I
1 furnuklnai *n th* pil 'consy achool bun S'nols In
Bedroom UnIon
.. nf lend IIIrr
127.7mmmmmxm rlbd Vt's
H. King 81. rk. known Os J.ffereoa Motel In guln pnel tkf.

bhed Apartment Lorated I. Havana "'0.111.. Bldi will h* considered en ...h .II In rorn.r*4"*r*of finm Ih. Ih*bov* anulho.t d.*. .-0- RJi-harJ Bamelt. lAITY I A Itullrlln' Inll\t run-

DupVi al 711 \\'. Washington. Circuit hm been Court filed of at alnal the Second you In Judlclal th.. will vehicle b* im.l."'P"*to'.th"iy. end two Individ awards united lndn S hl<'h he. boo Bro n, Rrlieof n.......... UmU. .lathing 111"11'1 0 t". M

Klthla "lklng dlntanre. of LEON Circuit In and for Old.den .. ".1 blah hldd.r .old. ...1.. Ih. urn anA ld.nl- Grown, Mary Kalhrrhw May Iris rat Intrl. atxmtih
Ihl .
County, Florida, In a oulyled R:*<'h bid mud b* *.,comp>nled Mart Ramkilf, Urlorea Dlanna examination may b* sutlolne'Itrnon
of real II
: pnipenynvyed
ehop., achool and rhurrhe.. l.urllne U J.fferon 0" by cerllfLd oherk, maohi.ra'back >Soil. < p.rr.l In MurUaov herein Kay Judy Kuaarll, Maine:: Slut cutli-g placemetH oKlrera,
MOBILE HOMES Rnncld Fo Fo or roB lor Ih amount .r
gal, hn I.L :tnI.-I.you irrequired the bid ) by 011'arrin I IY mood d td April Ml Allen Siiillh. Judy AulUi, .tk 4 perwnnrl ikiwrtmenui orblil'POIIy

Ml U7.7111. during "" .1_ I to son.. a copy ef you The Brard Kill re'.'\* ill llth, lOll by Itiarlee W Frl-. I (kirhattk Leu Suher, Kay WoOL from National T.ohcflulami000ibino.
Situ Sirrlc! IN SMAlL M.AIM" COURT and hilt wife, Wanda KbTldiy.
day
I e "wRI'OAORIJI'FJTK niwer or pleidlna t" th. Com rlahl lo role, i Noun or I17-MI4 after p-m. 11A1"I'ItN 'UIINT and rerordeil In tlUI..I.1 Taylor
,
pl.lnt on lbS plaintlffi' I .Horn IIO I tIll OF PI'HUC INHTRUC.TKIN .
INSURANCB AJKNCI of tI.I.,'. .'..unly. I4>- Jeff New
ruvorila linhry An"till Vrvlce)
.
Urolyn l'I'nn.
New Moon. Varlott, Plaintiff cci, Johnion I1nrn.lt. FWiihlnaton I\IIHUKN ctH'NTt, Florida, In He.d Hunk II ..... )
"....1. gulncy, Flor.I. FUtltlDA H nnnan,
Girdntr Concor, Stiwart. Identifiedb.lnat 0"50.
And I. further 00
HAMILTON Ida, and file the orl.ln.l inew. BY K II FI.KTTIIFR: It. of IK- Charlr RI'I...". Shaw _.- -
ldon
ELIZABETH I hiiun,0 psm.'nl
Nlc. elan Utd Trail .
or pleidlni In the tiff,', of Ih. i'IIAIHMANATTKHT ,,,,,.. la Wi
I' and 10' Wid. Defendant Clerk of 'ho Circuit Court n.or wIld Mod.rn II fenoirtiotlon Jerry Sober kay (\ml.l.A. |. A anallo an wh o
NOTICB IH IIKRBBY (0ilnblot "'ow p.oy.rnc Sod a Attnlltrl AIhls'rnroO It-a thmilnul hla being
.for. tIn 11 .r Novl.n.Ion M "
day IIVAIKER If.
..
I. 0th. W. Kilw.rd.. .h.rllf.f alsO f.o" for lbs
typ h.o.
W* *trad for furnlhir *i U.d.d.n County, ..10.1..... un A. I). $544.If WIOCHKTARY: II moriaiaor h.i.in." 7.11- llulm bo1emnll.: 1110 rm*m.
.....,.
anything of ....Iu.W. d.. and by virtu of a Writ efJCiecutlon yell. fill t. 4. 501. 1' .as ....n filed ..In.I you aol T<:- Saimit-l (V<.Kh, IlivlUa*
Pro 'onf..o will be ""
heretofore l.ud out ig.io.t .r ... Notice I. hereby alven lIst the 'ou are required .. ..... eop WaniV Jwly tlaik. Alma Hubbard. -
Hart XOOL SEAL of th* ibov* IItb.d oourt. In you ot.rn Indrurllon: of Anwr .r Plennlnvh ,a
Ro.rd of Public I nf your
IVhra
minded in ba .
Itho abov. tyled ...u.*, hiv I... llsdnd.n S'sOflOp. FlorIda. win re.In ComplaInt' .* th. el.lntlfr 1ItIIIN.| M."I .:....lIp..,...ISV
l> (.d Ills II ly of October. T4V
U. 8. 10 Vi mil wl .1 Mod upon Ibm following proper 1114. *t Quincy, ".4.d." CounIV ". Ml.d bid. until II M A MWidnMday .. llorn.r, MIcKard W' lirvln. III Jim\n MU boil Roan
.ty. .Itu.t.. lying mad b.ln( IniGid.den Florid. N.v.nib.r. 4, lOst. $011 K.il (fnll.a A 000In. P. tlInE l 11C; UiwU Jane Gririin CAN YOU SELL
runt Talqula Inn. County, Florida, lo-wlt, ... HIT. Tiilobii.oo, Florida. .
rOK hINT Apnrlmont for (II"' J.) for the Ml or !I. with option --
W.ililntton $tr..t tine 1114 Ford Two Door n. 'o buy, of .PI""lnll.I ten and fll. lbs eHainel A nasoror ..
Wilt It.UI'
101 Edwin OKlUMltT 70 fc'Mlin' h ll M
C.I1*n MAIn T-1141 from '-l tI Tallahau*. Florid d.n. Jr) Numb.r A'A""IU' Clerk of Circuit CoortObad.,1.n .rr.. of land of the followliii :(..dlnf I* the *fflc* of Ohs I-KAK1! Yuiir owl I* till "M.
I I 144 riorld IIJ Numb.r County, Florida deeorlpllon looted In Ml Pieso.nnt. ( l.rk of lbs Circuit Court Ill 00bafnrl AlliuKk-, la. -- ('had fob", pinyJ Obomi l 16.1010, "I' .'tshiioIIiiIn
1 :
1212 W.tt T.nnui.* .. Till .. 40IIUI By: Miry II Mime.t'opuly Flomldi .nd 'h. brook ",,"d. th* Illh lay *f Navmhi. the oifaii fina wtsldiiiu at ithti"iI: 'MKI. ', ',"0 posy( In Ito fond
| r5aA
'di the p roltor ty of tho eboVo lb. ..44 If rou loll t* do M, )ud>
ins en properor bonwnsa lIMo ZIon
Cl.rk Trim
lullteran Oiimti .,'..dl wfit sO>
Phon. 222-IS1S nnm.d der.mlnnl. ami Hint on Ih* JOHNKON tIn forenor III' 1'1..nl Ki.moo.lary tent by default will ... la",. hrn (111.
of November 1114, b. IIAHNRTTAttorneyi he lao Silly I iM. Site ",I 'liiiollon ilva In
llrd day for Plaintiff kVhnol bollduat'umons'ing l.ln.l you for Ih* r.ll.t de yrar* did

FOR RENT twrrn ncinrlr the eleven nil o..k hnurl of In 0.1.th., HT: Jirk A. llirn.lt >t to,. Norlh-w.il i.nil.d. In Ohm t
Moot Wi.hlnaton 'tr...tgulncy ,orn.r of P.oulai Ifrmt.niplillMi .
(or.noon 0,4 two <>lo<'k In the ,'. ... h wool for four raneeou. > > 5 .1 .
Flxtuni Electrical .Iot Ih. rtiirlila quirt.t .f II.'llonThlrt.OII ftKinh hmmred (lara .. ru>iii'h4 Nallnnwlil
Pt
Plumbing afiornoon on doy Ive. .....* I. Ik. O.ded.n Counr now
I III IhreeII
NOT 4NOTICM In
I Oil II, II II ( IViwnnlilp
lloui.'ln adnontlalo krlnilluriri
f
Mil.
door nf t" Court Qulnoy S
8upplia, Pip and rlu" .. I North Him Klv. Hi Wool Tlm.0.IMINN hrim. for TO yean ai Uwchurrh .
Office Space I a.dnil.n County, Florlil, I end ORDRRBn al Quln.y. from rr Cir:
'hOll. "u'h foorIp f..1 I .....nl.l.nl4l .
With Hatra Til Board. ,will offer for ..i!.0.40.ii to FOR Rirm r.nstioo Florid. IbIS II day. .( On.oher r.m soailfe? yo mo :
to'he north wool woe nf h.lot ,i
liilllmiv, IIr001i5I i'h r
tho hushost bld..r for rasP, Inh.nd ..led bIds will ha receivedby
p Illl.
Cat and Oil H atra i iI .. Intended to he deicrlhed. *nihereby 1trtvI'II I lheadulttn>, os100! Mlllr, IsfisoonlsliO
th. abov* d rrlbd propty Ik* Hoard of founlv tv>mml. 1.11I.1.1ICIWIH In'I'I'II.1' a- :
Air Conditioned I I. .. th* pnotior ly nf SOIl d.. SI loner* of Ond.den County, Klor yod. Oh." '* run enetwo lAIN ham niailo ritmalvt rhangri In posp,00ihiS. CnmnilHion <
..tI.I ..ld Euc" .' .,...... hundred and twenty rive velum erptirlmili!
nit.nl to Ida up '0' 00 A M TUM .. Inrk of the ilrrult Court .
I (1111 foa5 lIla. non no.11 twiindred next yrar'i Incmmi In SemI. fur m,", .i fouyi"l ii
BUILDING diy, November I. 1144 on the II IliaC .tO
WILCO ROCCOPIPE lion.n'h" Kilnardi: Bh.rlff fnllowlnaHeine for u.. by tIn and Mvinly five ,.. .. .
.
et ; thence two hundrednorth for itorntttl' *.
Florida I
O.didcn Cnunty Itond mil Hrldae I'epirtment ./Rk4t.rd W Krvln: IIIlihtrd atmit of |h. T,1M1'
clod Iwooly flYO <4301)< foolu I boone NKAI.?! J, H
Utilities Furnished (.. I. l.21. II. It 41NOTirK a Hi month period bcalnnlnc Novemli.r W. Mrvln III stud nf.n.'Ii1IUt ,
Mhm
I w'flb. Iwo h"nl.4 .n4 Ineonso wrr to MANN, Am.m l I.i Ir'.l
Alter to Suit I, 1141 Con.r.l. 70,0. tIT" f... 50 lI'l .well or tt ...ll'r hi frH Inlcirmatinn H.<.t r i .. .r"r:: (is'laS.lo'Pu. ;
Will & SUPPLY CO. TO CRPniTORi Item I. Normal Portland Prel: In, Pennlnatnn V.ia
"room nf lb. Int botch yc'oon, .. n ii, No i, it
Wo Hi
.. arrvkwa
rrxjHIPA tTATI:Tt.H: 1.00. 1.10. M. A Mil Inn and. . I'I Bui lISTTolIsh rw dulnproCMdnf I
Your Needs 44 YEARS Or SERVICE In lbs fnnrl nf ih* I'ounly'uda linn I Concrete Pip In I foullenath 04.Ul/uoo conlebnleg...... mar or I.MAl.ii ...... Florid ntai..Miira.
.. a.lI.d.n County Florid, *. Helnfnrr T ej o l ""...n. for PlaIntIff
.
APPLY WILSON'S I' To This Aria I.. Pmb,,li ". guoi. delivered and .1.yardfrlcM .. five boom t.nlhl! <( In r., Relit of on Ike followIng
i .
PHONE S22-II17 NnrlhM.t of Ih.outhMet
f the
If II'. 14' a.". II", corner
FRED R. BKNJAMI1, :: .
gunner inN 1\ nf the IN tIll 1'1 ""'1'1'1' 1110 8. Monro. Strait 0..41To 41'. and 41'.
..... ,..., ..., .
.U gmrter All b of
tows muM qutlltyequftl
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA All Creditor and Pomona KELLY'SUSED
Ion Fnurt II I III. 'rowooiipTIrso
I .n UK riXIKII'A IN ANI
H.vlnan.lm.. or I .nan.. to *r b.tior tkn FlorldkBine ,
010 N.rtlb. 00,1,1. Fl.. ibm Poll OAOaUBN till NTY IN
hood
Ueparlm.nt Rpeolll
: IHi"'I; : '.' I Too Ai.ln.t and Hold"ih of K.ute you SOS kero* .elli.nt Wool. itd un Koiith Knur limo.dm04 :i I'HANCIBNYOHANN .

b" "otlfl.1I soil roqul..11 to p... Bld are la h. ...4 to sloe .,. Nlnnly tin. <(4510< heal A. CHANCY'
enl anr elilm mod d.m.ad. fbi of th* Clerk *f Circuit (Court hood* Wool H..e* Hundred, FoitC4l Plalntirra.

WANTED! I B.le.men for well WELL DRILLING .hh'" *you a>ln.or t th either* .1111 of you of Prod marhue Wulncy marked HKMled Florida 1 Mid". .and .lrrly lI.n"..fool" hind Ih.me.. FI..Norlh l4n11 Pot h.I, .t/rnc. Mw ("h.",... CAR LOT

etibllilied locution* dblt.I rn- I R. R.nl.mln deoeeeed. I... of The Board. ,....... Ih* right S henri Sast Osten lbndred P'noo. fOafnd.ntNDTIb'I
hrnmrb.d mon. .ai 11.10. Nullhi. I* reject III Mid. Till feet to the point of ... BT PI'MIJlATIONTO
.Id Ciounly 10 500 County .1,4g. *ny or
.. (nod c.r. held. one m.n' Featuring a CompleteUn of O.d.d.n'founty, )riorld *l '" 'WI''' PlAtO I-I.KHK. I .Innlnaontilnlnj lIght illvre. 1..1''..... ".n..n ltici I 1800 W. J.ff.rfon SU Chattahooch
for Qididen County and on* for ol Dimlng Pump tot ho ott... In 'h. ....1ft ...".. ofamid HOAMII OK IKM'NTY' .. more or I.... whoam ,..,,41..,.. to \fI..I.n. Hwy,.
Uon County nuirant.ed alartIni Horn *f Irrlgatloa. : County al Quincy. Florida IMMMIXHKINEHKIIAUMDEN : I AIM bcaln at a point four T.... intl. "h,... ..,.111..,
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Oct. II, No.. I lof thin notli.. Two .01" .* of ke WnuihMM gunrl.r NM II: ofko Toil'' AII HIN14IS! 14071.P5075n
..n.... CO. Muh olilm or d.mand in.ll k. NOTII'H 'I'll CUKI>ITOKFIXJRITIA I Mmiihe.it gu.rl.r INK II aflm'Iko lImO a .....,,10..1 foe ...1'
WANTKL). Ill n roil on Inv.ntlonPull I I i 110 wrlllna. end shill stall 110 ITATI'TKIIt Fourlren Illl TownohipThree br,'. has .... flu.d agalnnl ,.... '
"I\on. lang nMded plar of roildinr and pint cof. Ike Court hf Iho County <( or part tlm. Hugo profit 1421 South Monro 81 tins iddraoa or tb. ol'm.nt' andshill Judae. Oid.d.n Jounly. Florid W..t and ow. south ... bundrodnnd roe r.f..ma.woro r 510.4.mi JEEP SPECIALS
Writ Cy,,lo Mf,. 00., Colo IlllCohll TaUaheu*. Florida I b. ."0'" to by Ih* claim.nt. In ......,.. emIly one end. rive I.b. 4e II. soloplalul I .5 ho lain.tlffo

.. lItop110, Denver 122.110 101 hi* aainl, or No II"In' III II feet: I bones W.., 'Iron aIl.msyn, J..hna..s S limo,:
It THURSDAY OCT. 29 thru WED 4
NOV.
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1 ocomp.nl.d by a filing" "l..1: Vat.t. n' undrd end. thirty 1111 feet; ott Emit Wi.hinsot., S000ll, .
kUlfcg MOOS Ills .*MO" arroflttbl 1 I on. debtor and inch cl.im, or d.- NEIJ.IK M WillIs lInen North one hundred .I lfhtyn odqool'; : 01.544.. sod fib lIe
one. Rrn $101 lo '- _. mind not to fll.d .h.ll bo told.I. pereu.dT and flv. i.nlh mill f..1: .I.'n.1 a aiwomor pbooding' 15lb.
: your..If durlnc I the1 I "/ Mib.l W Hrnjimln All Creditor and ".non. lh.nco Real lhr.o nundr.d thirty 0111. of Ih. 1'1..10 of ('1,. 1961 JEEP Station $975
0nz' wiolts iiilbttl A.on' .Ai onutrli of ''. loot Will llavlna-' ,. or ('....." bill f.el lo the point of k.. null I'oorl 5.. .r h.I,... Ih. Hti Wagon.

ri.nd.om lft tin.. WrMi Mr.rmrolky Sod TMlim.nl of Fred K. H.njimla. Aaiinn ktaid IC'IIIII sloolog. eottbobou.loosen d 'hiI"I' "' lop if N.'h". 1054
Martin. P. O Non 1141MHH HOMES doriM.4 You and ..ck. .f you irs her.- sOilS hundredth 1111' ...... If you fail I* *.. .... a r>*ore* Extra Clean with Hurricane Engine
by nctlfl.d and required I. ... '...h.**
llhMM, Tim *r Ml 0. M JOHNHC..NAttorniy pro. not" or I. Pro *lll k. tab.
It for Ki.culrll sonlan p Helm and .....IId. All" b..,* it i point four hun.dr' 'i.ln.i pos flip Ih* r.llef ...
III.Kin
III B. Wuhlnilon ItQulncy 'which yu, or either of yen, map ninety five 1411 fool *..u'h .nanlod In lIt. nnn,54dns' ,
Florid hU' ..Unit the ..tele ef Nellie .ntl tbros hllnd..d 4hirty Illil I l''tod at g..lnry, iied.d.n (%.... 1954 JEEP Station Wagon. $995
: rinl pnbllntlon OlohM-, 1144 M. Wllllo, .......oct. loll nf Mid fad *..t ..f Ihe Nonke oorn. if tIll lord day .( l...
FOR SALEHOUSES Oct. I. II. 33IS_ It County, t* Mi* County Jung. *f er of the iuih.et (jll..... I". :lot>...Iom..
...41.41... Oaunly. Florida, it hit 0) ef Ihe Mnui ui .rier KM lolA 5,0 4 Wh.Dl Drlr. Just Like Now Radio and

I IN TUB CIl'L'ITt'OIYRT fir office In the Mart houee of sold jl ., Heflmn Fourteen (141.'owanhlp I Kdwla **ur
Klngsberr''ii TUB MKTONIJ JI'DICIAI CIH-. Oounty >t ,,"I...,. Florid. with.In ; '' Three III Nortb "..... lerk of tin-lilt Courl Heater

IM feel froiU.oie. CI'IT UF FIHII, IN AND .la calender month front lb.tim. rive Hi Wool sod r*, Scull ioo HytM..aU* a HouriMpulf
fOR UAt-Bt tot i FOH nAPRDKN: tOL'NTT.' IN of th* fIrst publlcMio of .....r.. .10101 ronoou"'4 fI... I Cloth I
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lit feet Telqaln deep Rod In'' CHA'ICBRYCA1K this '., Tw ovpiM of *M Iolalnt <..tk* Uk
on 4srWhhgh.m. I NU: 1441JAUkJI or dmd .h.ll b* I* writ- Two Hundred Fifty 0.. lltllIMII JOHNMlN HAMHtarrTAliurner
t-lllli Greenwoodand
ejtf Mmlt NAb U KIUMT .nand .hill line Ike pier ef tkenre Worth
No. I. U. It It PLAINTIFF ...Id...* end pool office ndUrM One and Five. TenikIlllll Kyi 1 Jerk A M*.** ('it. II. v. of Wll
th* claimant, and .." be feel! thp Ki.l Iwikundred No.5 WMhltT 4)lre Clan
X>R RALB .. Brick ,*..... ItMtrold CHERYL REBECCA Klan .worn .. ky th* claimant him fifty on* till I feel .. I "01"..,. Florid New Paint Job
I.uO.. I Mdroom. I t'E.PVAMT.NOTI"K ....." ., .ttorn.r mod >n.onip*.. tk* point *f betlnnlna, Mintcln.It IM H If"v I,_II || |.| C't I Ot.
baths Ln JCttchM.ptnlncRoom Sunset Acres I." by a fbltog f eiofaoo ...11.. ; *n* nnd fIne kiindredlkeI -
Combined, rail 10. tJt lltr Till STATS OF FIRtDA and such olob" o. ....... .ot nu I it) *.re, m tr* of ,.... I I 1947 JEEP
Room Carport. Pvd Drlv.war. .- TUl ClIKHrU HEBWCA K.IOUTHuul lied chill be void Tk* rlahl will e* ,...,.ii I. County 4-H FFA 3/4 Ion Pickup. $595

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Ill H. ai.wart HI, Qulnor. t.l- eiMetrli ., Ik. fol Will or ill kid. or I* Of .*pl any kid 4 Wheel Drive with Warren Hub Practically
MAIn T-llll *r'* kor.by notlflM Slat aol ..
,hone MAIn t-1741. Phon T etment ef .111. M or pin lb...., I* lbs boot Inter Swino Contest
still for dlvoro k** boos
FOR BAIJS Home .nd lot Ill a bough **lnit you I* the ':1.. (0scdner Willi. S 41..4 I.1n.s .el of Ike. OP H..*PI rdNoAftl .'Hllr New, 7:50 8 Ply Tire New Point

J. W. l>.*nur.eock I %lII C"ert or 0.d.4. Coensy. "IT"I'C Ii
W. J.tf.r.on. Call j -.Jirney for lbs Fiorulrll .'
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I It III liT, sod you .,* hereby rireti.ibllo.llen' rvtober II, 1141
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':.H.'!" "If., n {ell J.1 required* eold lo Court file wit your* the written Clerk*.*.fth _______irl. II, 50, N.., 1. I I Ii74fTIeoK I f.IIAIHMANTTWITl Thirty thre,* 4H iso? ITA 1954 JEEP 4 wheel drive. $495

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f.n. per.onlly or by attorney, M It WAlK1005PV'RRTART<< member wilenH pvMy ptl. head ,
MAKP1 APPJUAtIo5
If ny th.r.l". d Os son' ipns
Halllerafter I X ( : PUIMirr :itrey i Nosy FOR FINAL nim-iiAiioa It rI nrln. In lbs timoiwirso Cmmly Good Shop with NW Paint Job
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rna<<<"ban41-.ho"..... receiver t thereof on or before Ill Ilk day FIXMtlPA TATI'Tr ?NOTICh Tl. 5WOtOAO'poNsAr'VPiOITlOOIOlYJl **tn* Show lat rrklay afumoon.
..... Poem ..oral ,.111. ol November. A U ItllHerein tn rv>ort nf Ill County J.4... FOR SlIMO.iIod The thaw It nmaureit by th*'
T". fall p.s *r |u".meil'III (Udedeo Caty, .!.!. .f ..... trill b
"mala Writ Sol / roelv4 auaena Bond W tnt
Time it b* ....... flM ,.. by Florid. ..mil l 54 PM, T. Novem.er Quliry the 1947 JEEP 4 wheel drive. $395
Od." Count.* "..UnittMTNron. I. P".".,.. Mold DrptnmeM of AcrtruHiir. ,
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: my band and .bSoil In r* ... PalMs .1 II..".., fllr 11.11 by Ibo rily of Tw hundrwl dijllan. In prtunwney
i.f eeld. l>*rt it 4.tS.y, Nwnl Aidereo, New Paint Job
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_. ... mom awaraed aftwtlnf lomerit.
TV SErtVICEMACXt : Florida. .bib I dr .l 4xiber.U r ''\ H.ll and Ix.enme.l ifPt.lOr
T. All Whom It My r.nIf. .
A 1144.HIM ....,* .. hereby alven lId \ pafely olldief. g.lay.
lirviss S U.iOpi All Nib.. (155.0 4-1mm hoC ('to.. A. Ph.|>... filed her fbi Fl-rul, *. WaltaiMfOnvneyk.. Ciamly 1954 JEEP Station Wagons $395
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N.... r- I.EII" III" MAID COURT r.port as Ktermrl of tbs ..ebae.of .1.1''* mr luprrruwr d th* farmrra ,.....

HAl. A. DAVIS Naomi Ander***, dereeeedthat ; 4"flrO, RADIO k .* r I. 1114. from the Grip .
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TV SERVICE I ** Roil ..lldlv .. final .. seal aol,. rterr !!. 4eor
"' .''11. .....11.... mod Sagis- and 4-H member* arc M ..
>,""<,. Florida. win apply t. ih* ,,_..hi. II TReynolde. .
let 54CAPITAL ....- (oo't.S.lILI u (' .t, Je4.*> of tI..... *. III Monk n._... T.ll.. 'ommn ... C.'no.',. P'lccldo. on the II bee.**. P1..n-b4.. 41 a eeet at fifty :1'
IN TMW ; -l: iT(IV IllS CtJlNTT d." of November, nil for a.. lit* Ml dollar* pr .... sIb a togs TMl atiowe. wtHl 1955 JEEP $795

jt '",1:. . >.. for ,...1 ...- limit W Iwe OM* pe* ***trM.* r-ttnc and ..amenl rail do." Military .
sTATS OF FU>*IDA .hra* as a .*outrl. orth e. .ienf 'Ie _t.,... ., a *.*HfidpropMot All iwtn trvan Ihi khme 5.-
NU It..* Nenil Andeneoj. domeod. on 4k* el ef _k .*t WNIb 4 Wheel Drlv 24 Volt Ignition Sf.tem.l
repl bar Bve lit ati mll4 kyrtediM *,
I..n.t'to K.ll* .( '10'. tied. ..,. of riM4>.., Mil '.f.ede4 u II'. bidder. .*...
U>LA MliAH. Clara A .......,... ih. refer* of ... sos to lbs ... I'Ii. *oo tt et.5cib'm' Good New
t>*ru4 F.eevlrl of (be ....,. ofPV.PJ ,-. .Bl'. U f...4 eMidlllukin ... lo th' North'i,,: r;rand a

hslSu.4spwsPn none tdaonn ....._ doroa.ol.ElAPlfrtXlt fmrte** 4y fir bid
mM ewerwl lit MnrVtal Hits
I hops os.s 'e 'f'. I. ......, aloe* ...< ... opMlnckork.
PUT CONTROL ,. .. .lwln4 .k.. flood It. Final "....Lore Sine fANraj.Iooy OnlOdOng(4010cr ,........._ blddloi is lb.also. -H and fTA ... dhow. Thl 1954 JEEP Enclosed Body $495

/I.. ..S *..4 k.prt ii A4m\. I'OoctdoAliSr0.e. pcies. wIll ... omenleidI. b) on* of .w (ewfurod annrtjOMnf ,

re e...... TeevrMCeotrol eirtr 'if Ik. *etai* *f Loll foe Kn..IrW 'Url'o/I 5 llBlVled "C ...1.,.. ih* Nor* nnrhte fair son I isp.ov"M
for
.Mr*. <.-MM4 aol ... *lw fll4 f.... 70. ... 0.. .. It 't bid Wed oekook bill I" Set Makes Ideal
lii *.4 and htufs on* of Ih* BId CamPq.
110 .UtI.* for rv..r of it.- .". .-... of III toe md pey'
liach ......- tre.., "0 .*4 It. *.plicau>*i for Iii' T"II 'III'"t"T t' \''''? ,'P ibis 10 Ik*
Final icke *.. Boa o. lbs T_ .WOO'" IV'N(1410 I'lB.f'tlT tim M44or will? k* .. the luutheaalMm pin of Ow Vtted -
Con TalUkaoM*. I'\a. nib .." of JI..__, IMI elll 4W P5/05150* IV' ANto Mre4 I* ,....... a porfMmMkoad ,Mate. I
It.. -.-" A. .. *c Os 0osib..ifl.t ll4f)5f574 CWT4TT, IN aid pofoeoi eod I* 1953 JEEPS with body $395
COLLECT p 1,1,0.0. .. Ik* *>4.r.<.e4wy CHA'KrpJTNO W ._.< ft |e*% of 4k.Matron The Ureembur PTA Chapter open
HOME UTTE *IS. 4)Iomcr ko ....,.. tl OslO apply toHe .-.>lCARRlai Semi. wrlneo wi
f'.olo.V .I..*. of ....... Wnj.lAMI 0 only ooxnaaap : : . T'-
ui-ins M .onty. F TM M kl. offk-o I* ni riff.If lcMd I* --
.05 4rt M<. o05 l.. tiKlwy, riori .. ,. Ik* 0mm.,. blocs lbs **.MTk "Jiffies Revwlki.. ttmairr twrVkwr. Hunting
:i lr *pp> .>'*l *f maid FlMlir fw3. Wf14fAwI. sq I". ..-.t- 1 w SMog an *ullaikiai, >A wIll

.'If.I...**. **4 f. o. DatosdanI.NotwN Owkor 're.er e* rk. rtckt I(M* ku ; fmtnm rcvrtin* tohVrward
.1401 Of ..11..t. sad fcc i* retort' ear ... .oo M.i.rtTT $395
HOMES 00'' t.t..,.,.. as ..... diStil' f. Till NiNa ur TIlE STATS: OWMIMHIM UP. t BRICK .... fI" Pidulitom'TO CoII'Iff( V P140.0040I 4 vM. "We brWv Dial goodNt

I I" :. "iTiypix. .A.1It AND ritrrrfHfASf J ldoi..d.|. Will.1C .......*..*.WkeM. r- r. MAMAim'an.'ISPJJOItV I I .* oVajMhriy bass S $.... inih Good Tim. flew Rings and Front End

COMPLETELY FINISHED lIt T K "Tem Y- arc h...., _.ft.. it M+r t. It ,. bases pvorsm MT ruwify, <:
Yean I I', Tr_ .fI.r, Ibis a ..II for duo ores las .__ .1.1 05 mid.TItIflfNdd.
$4839 per Month 25 I A. AdvuikMrnter. *f Ik. EM!* fO3.d iseboal ,... In 'N ._. nItT'/.7:;H 1956 3/4 Ion Chev. $5 95
Old Homes In Trade I ... I- lt-... *..-- mcml .-.. by ,.,,1. VslOa.- .& PAH Bll<4) I . .
Accept Or...y aol Tnwu. ..>4 PS soS booby ,.,._.. Ie ..= ltd. o/OT ko seot.o4 elko 'UU..U I

ALSONew Kitchens. Bathrooms. ...'... 5soO4i hole' WH* lbs Clofti *f ..... <'..rlM4 < ..* of Ike 'lly .ee.r Key Wait Thirty* pep" 44kbrlkMl Stake Body for Hauling Animal Ptr-
.110.0... fcc ""<*l lMrut I ".M'.* _._ If ..,. e. ""f ,.. l
Additions. Repairs OL14LJl.Nao.5 itW 'N .rtl of ro*>pltm. lo oMU. loll I* 4>-ln>r, r.s4e, Si.', CAttaIl..** a kum.4* lid Motor and BrakM. Duty Ttrw
I .> aodJ"' I* *.r i oop ,..... I 'to.a PM 5.04ae* Mieodord aver* ** Ills a ...* *eittrkMntet .. Heavy
TI4 a (1Oct11 ('WMkf ea Urscmy" *.4 Tew I*.. Al ? Ibm df *f iO.n' *. Me .*. IM Ult
100% FINANCING TM. arooirrrr Jror'14t. I. 'soV4 r** tft. "......". ...,.>. -'I.l lt l* fftmlfl sad psa.
nul enkotl** p/Mvrcn ant a r r rir>nir4. iFOII n.1 b- *44rM. |o I* Weal w.rt4)kM ..oo0i5l'.s of M4r4 *n4 tke Ion .
I lAtMTDBM COlTtTT. *> aa e74). kn4)' .. kt4htm >
Set Model Home at 805 West Washington St. fllAw'ERT. I ::. 0 Wf e K.-eejiw II 0044 pMOi- of e>* sob M4-o *r ..*.. ku rocks I\IIaIt M awvytjn
rAsp 'II' ,. n. iO..010 be ''I .., D' 100.00. .... We "A '.>..<. .. of ... Good Tim, Lots ol' Good u..
or Phone 627-8551 Quincy. Flo. I v'yi. N Sr Pt St I' .." .,. n'..... .. CeiSmod e555.iIen. '.'" 0' ._.I I. ..... "t A .'0of .0I.li&M1o. mod si's... 14. pss

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3 Quincy Women Jacksonville Miami, Tampa Or- Girl Scouts 24.The At 11 o'clock Saturday morning their characteristic folk dances of woods Bret since January 1 of WANTED TALL GIRL
lando and PemaonlA." Juniors of Troop 107, led 137 girls, leaders and visitors After an hour of singing and this year adds up to 29, burning London Early this Alan
The weekend of the conferencewill by Mrs. Charles Kinard and Mrs. Fred dancing the girls rejoined their 43.1 Number of woods year
Plan To Attend with Mark Founder'sBirthday Mrs. gathered. Klbllka, field acres. CWMs, 6 feet 7Vk Inches tall appeared
coincide LegislativeDay of the troops for picnic lunch. During fires reported at this time
CecIl Smith, took advantage of vice president Girl Scouts same on a television guts pro.
FSU ConferenceThree have at been FSU.invited Conference to participateIn guests Here the beautiful all weather for an Council of Apalache Bend!, was through the afternoon the wooded the paths girls of hiked the a 323.9 year ago totaled 81, burning gram where he mentioned tat
overnight a guest. acres.
the activities I at LCtfslativeDay camp-out on Fridaygiving before home. he didn't have t girl because he
park going
from will and to remain for the Brownies who arrivedthe Four young ladles from the No rainfall was reported In the couldn't find one tall enough. He
women Quincy on campus
be the 100 Florida women the FSU-North Carolina State foot Girl Scouts of Quihacha Neighborhood next day an opportunity to FSU recreation department. Jan REPORTThe county for the past week. received 104 letters from tall elrls!
among commemorated the birth see the cooking and sleeping tents Landry, La Dunugan, Joan Carpenter FORESTRY including one from Sandra Rndcllffe -
who will attend a conference at ball Saturday night.
Florida State University Novem- Dean game of Women Katherlne Warren -day of their founder, Juliette set up. Overnight camping Is Karen Miller Invited the' Gadtden County: Forestry Some 20,001) alcoholics die annually 8 feet 8 Inches tall, who
Low, with a Folk Festival at Glen something they may look forward,group to Join them on a European Service reports no woods firesin from alcoholism related will become Us bride Christmas
of the
ber IS sponsored by the Unlver- chairman sponsoringuniversity
sity's Committee on the Contlnnlr committee, point to Julia Park on Saturday, October.to._upon becoming Juniors. I rip[ to visit various_countries via! the past seven days. Number dlsraxes. lime. .-- --- --- -
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ares Mrs. Gladys S. Hot ey, Mrs. women as a national problem.
Phil Spean and Mrs. R. D. Woodward Although more women, particularly

The Jr.Conference will focus attention are more working married outside women the home, today FINAL 3 DAYS DANLEY'S FALL SALE

upon ,-is need for continuIng too few young women are preparing .
education for women and the themselves for a creative Job
mature woman's employment In addition to marriage, Dean

problems.Guest speaker will Include Dr. Warren'says."At a time In our history when KROEHLER
Mary Dublin Keyserltng, director women are working outside the For The Young Moderns by .
of the.Women's Bureau of me U. home In Increasing numbers,
s. Labor Department, and Dr. young women are less Interested
Esther RaushrnbUBh, director of in preparing for' an Interesting
the Continuing Education Program career In which they might be I q
at Sarah Lawrence College in creative," Dean WII2'1'8fsaid Piece EnsembleS
Bwnxvllle, N. Y. "Too many college women do not
Th .women Invited to the con- continue their education after college
ferenos were selected by the director and often become mentally ,
of the Chamber of Commerce sterile" tk
and the presidents of the
League of Women Voters find the
American Association of University What the world needs today are 166
Women In each of the five millions of honest, average citizen
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ALL APPLIANCES
VERSATILE SHELVING-two Glide-Out
BO-Lb. I'romStonge. 35 Ibs. in Frener and
18 Ibft In Storage Trey Shelves a-Podtion Shelf. MAGNETIC
FARMER'SHARDWARE DOOR LATCHES open eaan,1eal tight
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corner for maximum storage.Temperature .
Twin Porcelain crispers Package

Control operates on or between Shelf, Handy Food Containers fit In spaeioua .
settings for Infinite number of temperature Diinkuat Door Shelve WESTINOHOUSE:
Modern Dedgn flU In to look -built-in." BUILT-IN QUALITY.

PLUS Whisper-Quiet Mechanism. Factory Protection

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