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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: November 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TOBACCO SHADE-GROWN FLORIDA CAPITAL (i a s ru tU ty m.tm.ts gar Highest Lowest Rainfall Week MBATIILK t Temncratur Temperature month week rndlng REPORT>"" _'.=.I 111 51Ralnfnll 0 0Ralnhll i




and continuing year 67,54

THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


VOLUME 84. NO. 45 QUINCY, TORIDA 32351. THURSDAY. NO\LMR- :R S, 1M4 PER COPY TEN CENTS:
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Expected At District I OBSERVANCE VETERANS DAY : Goldwater Takes Gadsden


Offices In the Courthouse,
the Post Office and all the
1600 stores will be closed Wednesday << i

November 11 Veterans



Meeting Saturday (County I he banks Commission will remain open 'County By Narrow Margin




Approximately (00 girls\ and Architect Stales
advisors will assemble In UK :

Quincy High School auditorium lot .

the District It FHA. meeting, Health Center Haydon Burns
Saturday November 7. I Final Plans Set
Presiding over the meeting will a Bearcats Roared Over '

be Barbara Lloyd State vice president Leaks RepairedThe i Chosen Florida'sNext
In charge of recreation Bar For Christmas

ban I* a 17-year old senior sHay
High School In Panama Qty, new Gadsden County Health Governor

She U the president of her local Department Building wont h F.KA. chapter and a member rt anymore.Peaive. -
the National Honor Society Barrett of the Tallahassee : Sheriff Otho Edward.
.
architectural engineering firm plum are helng com plot
The day will begin at 8 o'clock Trounc. Wrl In
with registration, collection olScholaralup of Hermit Daffln and !8hop ed for the annual Christmas Seal Ply Ilu"lI Amos >
Fund envelope and appeared before the Board of Sale which will burin In (..ailwlenCounty i Time KiNirlt HrllerRalnbrldjie I Jewel J. Dixie

campaigning of the girla running; County Commissioners Tuesday next week G'Boro Coach'sCondition spotted hat Quincy ..."na. i
for dittrict and state offices. At morning In the Courthouse. The I The work ol TB aimocintlons a first period tnuihdown and then Senator Barry "( t\O'i'
9 o'clock the meeting wlU be call' Board requested his presence' after loc'al.) slate and national I is ListedAs roared from behind to mlliip the came mil on 1.1\ wl rnlXJ'S;; \u\
ed to order and the opening ritual Dr. B. D. Blackwelder director financed by your Christmas See Titters\ 33.30 Friday nlghlJat race lorSlates Pith'

given by Barbara. This will be of the Gadsdcn County Health Department contributions 'Serious'William 'k Dnrough pawedeoe a \pair against, hIu tcws
followed by Designs tor Living reported the new health Each year every kcal ..sarislion of touchdowns snd mtked lor another OMS The IVeslilent" I. .

From Whence Do They Comet", renter leaked mails Swills to people I llvini: In sparking It.' Hrarret. u(. senator rsrtled eight of the
Barrett explained that theplaces 11, Diiksm. hsukethsll cflwnlya U pmtand" fled
given by the Havana High Chap in Its own community Ninety tense,
will In the outside walls had coach and member of the Greensboro In toe Th" total Vote was 4,504
ter. The Quincy Chapter give three per cent of tlie money raised Qulncy kink the oieiilng| kk'k off
the welcome Roll call the presentation IGtald Tour been skipped when wslerprooflng. Is spenl In II* state Hut ralses High SI'hoIIlI.l'I1lty. remains and 1 marched' Htf yenta lu paydlrt lor Mldwater and 4,374 for President .
had been applied and) all the windows in 'serious mndltkm" after suffering ( Jo11nwn Three unofficial
of state and district: candidates It. in 14 plays with end Lamar Mini
and enjoyable relaxerswill leaked "1 turned the (hose a cerebral' hemorrhage taiweek 10 figures\ no not lixlutle 474 absentee
WinHors; Your sidle 'tatlon dues me Until Doyle
be on the agenda also for the Gadsden on lie building and the cite: many of the same SMHH IhinKi on a 1I.Is a patient It SI Viicent's r: 3'IIItIl the iiprlKhls I to put << hallols that had not been tabu
laird at ,
went right through the walls All Hospital In Jacksonville. press tint
morning assembly.The larger scale. It guides Iwal oral Qulmy out tent 7 0 with S:3D on
guest speaker tor the day of that has been remedied and clalions and weaves toiiether the I While coaching a basketball the ( kick. Front this I point on It Mayor llaydcin Bums of Jackonvllle -

will be Mary Jo Wilson, Slate I'm going back now "and test It separate" efforts ol all Its ks.all gam In the Urvensbnro Schogynl was a different story, as early I In deff te<| Charles R. Hot.ley !.
President-elect. Mary Jo U a with a 40.pound hose. Statewide educational efforts (laid Friday afternoon. Viol. lhe second slum snplxunore quarlerbaik the Rrpuhllian guhematorlidnnmlnee
.
18-year old Junior from Dan Me- He went on to say that no damage with the slate saw on complained nf a hrndiic'he and Arthur Munm suffired! roes St. IVIersburg 4.23J

Carty High School In In her At North Florida FairTop had been dome to the health often elation begin U keeps up good working illulnesi sod caked' C H, Kit hard. a broken collar bone and (IIIP 'Tl to I,I U, Male llurns won hand

She Is an officer local center and advised that a PW> relntlnnxhlps: with official stale Mm, arhnul principal, to take over (get sluiuilslt on (tar delenweouldn ily over his nppmient over lie
FHA. chapter and a member of downspout be Installed to carry health and welfare agencies with for him He went to the krker 't fitflit oft the" llnlnhr '-, Male" and will he Florida next

the dvinottei She recently rereived honor. were won at the North Florida Fair last excess water away from till buIld statewide pmfesslimal steals. risen and *|parenlly blacked oul aerial attack.Dn51ugh governor,
the Dairy Council of South ing. of where h* was taunt" later by pantstuk'nts. &' Senator' Spessard L, nllan4
and with afar tinned
week by Gadsden 4 H and J.A. member. and a dons groups Hieing pawesnf
Florida Certificate of Merit Award young' The oardW1dt'd to take the private dtltens.Tlie I He was Immediately 40 and 39 yards, dnlng new received Goilsilen Cumly'i blessinirs -
for outstanding achievements in Quincy- artist I recommendation undi'r considers state aiwoclsllon also ,work rushed to till Gadndcn County Ilea nf his damn when their 1".11,1ram" In his suc-eemful slstewkla
her school. tion. pital and later transferred to SI race tot anutlier .."n" In the United
ami stalled Mike' Swlcuiil) kept -
Ronald Tolar a t-Il'er from Mrs Jack Boynton, who I1f'Vl'r' Mr better public health laws .
The afternoon assembly will convene Greensboro was named for the had an art lesson In her life, won Thomas Recd, Gadsden County services It promotes leglslutlmiand Vincent's.Dickson (lie Quint" -y defense hcmcM with his Stales' SenalB Ills republican
at 12: 41 after a forty-live Hospital administrator reportedthat >- became a member of daullng break away ruiuilngSwtenr nl..I. (Issue it. Kirk. Jr.
1hl'lpa support |
third time the State 411 dub Com fine swards appropriate
two oil
arts fur her
minute lunch break. At this time Die hospital showed a SU50 miHlual edm-aliifl and rv- the Greensboro Sc'hot* faculty last winner. In the Home bitlabsptwored
Sweepstakes paintings
will be deficit Commissioner T. 1. Maxwell Holland 4843Sherlft ,
special entertainment provided starch year field with II yards rushing, scnilIng
byh.. Medallions, Quincy Ottlce Yawn young 4-H member Cub.by the TaUaluuwee' moved that tl.OOO be taken As 17 yards fur a TU un Ih* sec. Other twarda anointedula
Key dub Combo. Included in the from Havana was third place Momani from the general fund and transferred The National Tuhemiliisls PTACarnival raid play of hit scowl knit snd writ*-In Moment, Jwe| J.
In the Quincy
professional tOllrllll"rhi'
afternoon assembly will be a report winner In Die Mate 4II Cub comefficiency group to the hospital account soetatlon helps bring setting up another on a 90 yard Uxl, a local Negro. Th sheriff
class I Mrs. received Itslso
Uoyntun a all associations.
contest He averaged ol
National Convention The motion was seconded by Consmisnloxer programs revived InlItJI1'I
from punt return to Dixie
113 bushels to the acre with expenses red ribbon I second place) lor her sits as a tearing house olInfurmHlkm Is ,
the activities ol Homer Hirt. 1,121 II carried' 14
ol the
and a report on touchdown coun
The Qiilncy,
still "Peaches. In th ,
the Florida National Committee at ilk a bushel. life. action .1 It was decided by the Board to and materials runs fmn lacergrit 1 10 tyi 11 prvFinns, .....nl only !.
for available
County of OI\- member Carol Bennett of Sneads Bernard dark. Associate she m blue put out bids for regular and Ethyl service. of associations -I Termed SuccessThe yards Neal Davis 4 ysnls snd Precinct I, Mhlway' which I* pi"
After these reports, the announcement Agent, said Ottice used 1.000 ribbon 1:1t.. ed"Gr gasoline which will be usud by Uw' lo all slate and Inmeeting Wayne Deeeter7' ysnlt.Qulncy dnmlnantly Negro, III In 44
ol officer elections will be pounds of 5-10-1S and 300 poundsof mas Kitchen paining County Road and Bridge vehUlesfor help In planning programs Qulncy PTA Carnival was High; will I travel tntllountstnwn A total nf 1,942 ballot woesrntlnted .
Following this will be the ammonium nitrate for fertlli-- the next six months The motion special problems.Disi I a sutvessl! Edwin Slider, treasurer
In this
given. Mrs. Boynton first became Interested 120 EST lame nuniy in the Presidential
with Barbara er. made Commisstisvr Brown, seal chairman, and reported (list the PTA
by
session
district business was '
In painting II ago row night Ira a Gulf Coast Con- race, to which will bMkled
Causseaux, district chairman In the 4.11 home Judging event when her husband gave years her some & Perry Wooihvsrd and seconded Thomas Reed president. u' theGsdsilcn cleared $1,000. teresa lash lUismtstown ts 13ow..11 i 474 absent ballots, mak
from the district composed of 26 teams from 15 Vice Chairman Murray Spoon- County Ih-sllh and TB Mrs. Robert Gardner, food rhalr
presiding Reports oil paints right after they were by and 1.1 In bill play, Ing this by tar th* UniMt till,.-
officers. Barbara Causseauxand counties the Cadaricn County Nor married Due to a circulatory er Association, urge everyone buy man wishes to think the follies tsrritlkkllalnbrtdir nut Itsan elwtlnn In th* history

Edlyne Boykin will be given unit won first place. Members disturbance a few years ago it Edwin Baur, County Clerk, gave Christmas !Seals and help stamp die. log pt V'<" Mrs. I km Mitchell Qulncy 4 Gadstlmt Ontinly. SuwrvlsiirReglslratkn <<
.t this tllne.Cimaxllll. of the team were: Jcynean Wood- became dUflcult for her to hold Die financial report and staled the out TB and other respiratory [and the rstrteria sin If. M. J. CIao. First downs 4 II i ; J, UTV llulchln" >*

the day will be the bery Mary Louise Ray. Louise a brush. "My arm would get i following amounts were In the various ese ley' of 1.oA. iondllner FmstyMom Rushing yardage 131 137 staled that h* mailed out 110 absent
Installation of the newly electeddistrict placed Jean Carroll. Jeynean tired when I would hold It up lor funds after all bills have -- The Jeffer<*) I km*.. Eastern : Passing yardage 93: 41PasM .. ballot and 474 wen r..
officers conducted by Bar second In the individual any length d time so Instead ol been( Mid: general )lao/-- $104,. JV's Star Mr.*. T V. Anlth alUM atttrmutml T 4 turned brfnni th* deadllna was

ban scorers. using an easel I tried placing my 0214 Road It Bridge>0.j Quincy > Canning Center and all the Passes mn........ t 3 ra a tid at 4 psv MnnUy. No.
Many ImrI of preparation have The Greensboro Future Farmer canvas flat on till table and using 111 92; line It FII"IeIIllrtp,. ladle who volunteered.Th Paste* kiteirrpled by 0Punt. ., niher .; II* MakMl that IJi* ap
Cone Into the work of this meet- team composed of Lunar Clark a painting knife. 137.02. Special Bridge 124.17*. Bearcats new attraction this year 1-22.4 124 0 Iproxtniatety 1,500 vote rrpiwnt.
big and It I 18 hoped that this will Ronnie Macon and John dark 'My father says I look u U I'm 43. Hospital I It SWU12.. Edge such as th* Sock Hop and !hit Fumble 1 I '*
be the biggest and best meeting captured the PTA farm Judging Icing a rake with my dlpptn' and Total- SZ: .17U8. 1)0... JsmecTlmM White Flrphsnl Sale proved very PLmhbulest, 0 I of this ti... ,. """nt.re
third In By
yet contest. Lamar placed dabbuV," she laughed Ayort. NVIl.Quirxy's ucnHKful The PT.A. extends Us Yards penalised 41mr II lUll names on his hooks al this

individual Judging Mrs. Boynton said she now prefers Short RevivalAt Junior Varsity luotball thanks to Wayne Henry awake .r nurtpriI Urn*.
Points were given lor the juug-- colors and E. a Bradley, magician i 3 4 Totals
HD Council knife parting "The ,il edged out the )'OUI1I Ileac rr All of the cnratltutkmal amend
log ol beef cattle, hogs poultry are truer and are easier to Wend | from HalnbrkUe. (:.ortl'' The parade chairman wlslir lo I nalnhridit! 0 13 13 7 n hafts" with tie xeeplkl of No.

com. silage hay and oats and the finished painting ha a Southside rats 7last lei ad.y aftenx al :thank tie Qulncy uMlc Safety Quinry 'D 4 T 20' 4 wre apiiroved by th* voters i4UathMh

Name Change rougher texture Sometimes FlektFtanbllnf |irMrtment and the Junior High -- 'i (),atty. Th* Vol* Mae

Langford NamedTo though I use both the knife and Baptist Chapel I Curry on their first play lUnd! fur their mipralki. Gadsdon Council aa fnlkiwcAmendment. :

Now In EffectThe bruxh." the Tigers pUy The Judge for Halloween" costume Nil 1- 2219 fare
The Quincy artist says *hedoesn Rev David Hall pastor (4Southisde from scrimmage half with their wen: tot 1'1. Iff llewett.Mr 1135 auslrat.AmemlniMii .
Connell Represent rf th. first Members
Attend
Home Demonstration 't go In far abstract or Impressionistic Baptist Chapel.' *n- ed most but Qulncy mil '*, "Kl*" Wllluuna and Rob Nut I- 2JOO .ur.1
voted to lie wall
of GadKlen County art. "I'm a realistic nurses a weekend revival November Isuks to lert Csmes Sun* of the teams' In

officially change Its name Counrtl to Extension at Chemical Firm artist 1 paint nature as I see 1t''I'' 8 I, ed Neal In di.anal Iain-kith./ half Craig on a llarbl"run by |winners wen. : Ann ljull. DmWentwnrth Scout Coni'enco againstAmendnwrH N.. J- 1130 airy

Homemakers Mr. Boynton a native ol On Friday evening November J. 1..111'1111II Hal and Sara Penis 100 against.AmraimiMil .
Its recent meeting October 27, at Murray D. Langford has been associated with Duys t picked up the PArIIIit t Martin, Jan R D. Wmtward. Jr.. Garnet
This sales representative In vans. I Ie Rev Thomas Cutllno, pastor the outcome.The Katie Hotges, Ttminy No, 4- 1114 fort
Club
appointed difference
the QuIWoman's Florida Tobacco Corporation. He of the First Baptist Church will Freeman and Mark McOUan.Th hoard member, and Mrs Ikekkutnm 2ls4sgsuwtAmmlmrnl
change follows the reeommendation the Agricultural Chemicals Sales moved to Qulncy JV'i are tea ..1 to the PT.A. alto wlslieslo nnmrnatlng rntimltt,,
and Mrs. Boynton lead the evangelistic1 service, Qulncy No, 5- 2024 fur
Commercial Solvents be In ]
Na of will
the
: and action taken .t Department two years sgo. Their two well bringing! a special _Igf'. On season. Visiting Cairo thank the civic and church orunlullins. srlended the Yard lesdnrshlpninlermc tae against.Amm.fcn.fH .
tonal Council meeting last year Corporation. The announcement Jimmy 7 and Johnny 10, am students ,and the State meeting this sum was made by I. A. Everett, al George Monroe Uernentary minister of youth, educatlisiat Thursday. Nov, 12. Leaf Theatre' and everyin eta. fViydntnn """"wid. uf Atlanta 04$ sgalnslAnimdinenl .

:mer. Clubs will now be known as manager of the department. with SchnJ.Mr First Baptist Church, Quincy. who helped make till IM4 Carnl Gooorrta.II Tallahassee on Aim No T- llfl fill

.Exten lon llomemakers Clubs. Pnor Id his association teacher *. Uoynton said she wss so i will preach an evanuellstlc mps- At The Leaf val a 11II_ her 3', tar nwmhrrs ol OK Iksird Ml against.Anxexbwnt .
Agents are CSC; Mr. Lmgford was a
Demonstration nf 1 Dlrwttirs and nominating rummittr
Home -
surprised she won the nldmns ssge, Al the Sunrlny ensuing andevening -- -- No. I- 1794 Inr
at ]
Econ tlonallll'icult\Jl'l Quincy
row County Extension Home of and she wa greatly encouraged: service, Rev Frank Humnarlne of the Girt Hniut (Saasilf liT .
School Mr. Lanfnrd will This Week Dr. Gordon To acalnslAmendment
High the AJIa...... OendTh ,
,omists. "So many of tie people who entered i student at Baptist BlUe No. 9- 221 11)51
and northwestern
This change of name comes cover Alabama iMifrnr'' I I. a nw seeks
50th anniversary Florida. H has been assumed ts paintings were professionChristmas Institute will preach.Mr. Al lie Leaf Theatre today, ITrtday 107 agalmt.Ammdmenl .
simultaneously with the ." Bo Guest Pastor nf i Girl *i..itt of the USA. to Its
ol the Extension Programsfor the Southeastern Sales District .1. I Hall states that the community and Saturday will "be TheUnslnkahle kral enunctls It IWMH m "the No. 10- 21II Inr}

housewives. This 50th anniversary headed by A. T. Montgomery. I II very fortunate In have Molly Brown, starring dynamlr .kHHlenhlp rid uf the 920 against.Amwwkn.nt .
Gifts Rumnartne lead services 'luded Saturday Oi Presbyterians No." 11- lOll Mr
to being commemorated' Products marketed by the department Rev DvUtt Kryiwlda -bw rap hand (4 diiwlnn. and Included 1
Homemakers to tertilinr manufacturers since he to a convert fn.n Mo- will I be Attraction 1009 aesltnet.Ametwunene .
with the {issuing of a Dr. U .. Cunksi win b* thegurl an nppurlunlty relate
Sump which to now available Include HI-D Ammonium Nitrate For Patients hammedsnuun ." llaylnf Sunday and Suet the mpswraUtlMi: o/ : hard No. II- 3088 ftir]
minister at th* First Presbyterian .
starring 4 .4 ,
DRI-SOt and Dtxml Nitrogen earn will he 'Re Vtoll. againstAmnvtment
Services will begin
at post offices everywhere.the evening -day Church In Quinry Sun U th* fumUmmtal belWs and
Other business Solutions and CSC Anhydrous at 7.10 and on Sunday, tie Ingrtd Bergman lDlnr Anih'siyQ '.. prlnlple* ut the lark ..IJUIIItOIWInI'IIt No. It- lotS furl
,
PlannedFinal
included annualreports Ammonia Drive service will begin al "The W-* -" '* 943 afiinst
council meeting morning Q Dr Gordon who has "bn'" and to the prikMe. and
from Council leaders. Mr. Langford ts a native of being made In' Mam. In adrtltlm to these this.tinaen win he featured Tuesday and Wednesday I Inr of th* First PresbyterianChurtn pay standard thrniKh wlttfh Upt1nrIpIIoe A ensii. umtfflrlal entail! o|
plans are .
M.Q-" m* slat. distill and eats.Wiripps.d
B. S. Degree with Slave many
Mrs. Kenneth Thomas. Alabama and holds a special mimic will be are rifled i.it.Exchangites .
Clothing. Gadsden County for the sreasannual In Gslnnrvlll ftir hit past
ranlblal UIIM twit
1 Mrs Henry from Auburn University Heia reviled In every sen* Rrv Comma; atria "Mrllale's Navy' ty
Home Industries. Mental 34 'been friend and
Christmas Gifts for : years has confidant Wxlnesday .
nut
ion mad at .prin. nm*
Home Grounds Mrs. Vet married 10 the former Miss (all twites everyone attend ofsrmlent
Grady: Patients.A to "I'IIIIrIIII'III"
g' Bateman.; foods. Mrs. GordonFletcher Clan Manetl Radford of Andalusia commKte eonststing of Mrs. UIIp't''ia1 estykesTocatmast.rs. TB X-RAY UNIT at many hit University ofFlnrMa. :..aronrdlnc _to Itulchlnsuv
and Recreation and Ala. They now reside with W S. Dortan Mrs. Pat bdwards,
Ute, Mrs. Charles Dean. their three children at 212 West Club HERE SATURDAY 0Morning will alIt Hoar Speech
Family Mrs. Nat Harris, Mrs. M Two 4-H duo pills Louise Sunday Walnut Street Troy Alabama. Mrs. Don May and Mrs. Fir Boil EUlnor won the best. spmhsward The MuMIe TB X Ray jolt ertoik snd *v.nmr ba* a

and Anne Suher. who were Srhofield has rmtarted variousorgsnlxatints at the Quinry\ Taskmasters will be ..the CuurthiMseA very rnrdlal Inviutvn to mm About Stocks

sponsored by the Extension 4.H Homemakers Conlereiw B&PW Club To to help make Christmas dub meeting last Thumtsy: night >iusre Ksturday. from Ism. and worship al th* First Presbyterian Plans Program
Council to State Th mmpllesled arrursl and
of 1M4 the biggest ever Ire Chief vvskwlor lur the evening to 12 inun.All Churrh Sundsy.
this summer, Saw n- Host District II the mire thin 10,ooo patients In was Hunt Register and acting Denise are urged to rHfre = fast.r.awhr. keel In tar "'lItrll.." In Ih* Lrd n dun
ports on their week at the Univer- Florida mental !hunpitato"We as tupkmaster was Truman Mo then XnywIII TH Music .. of wella ws* .....Int i* in* till ol Ih* skitMrh

any of Florida Gainesville Council The Quinry Buslms and Professional urge every p"nrJta Gads Klnney.: John Rms II'Iw1Ihi' 1"11.II (jadsdpn County to one Quincy itltruMpd by Julian lUrurr al tie .- will bs presmsd *l tin
Extension I hnrmalcrnt Women dub will be den County to parUcipsM. In this Semlnol ToastmaMers dub In of Ihe highest 11he ststeNZWiYJUCTED Rxchsnce Oub 'last WtdwsdsyMr. tjardm Cmter Tuewlsy. night.N .
officers elected far the 1063 year. hostess to the meeting of District fine project Lilt years reiponse Tallahaisve served as tniMmaster Club Meets '' lUrper M a rvpmenlaUv N 10 at 70: 'elorll.
are as follows: Pteltd"P'esVicePress 2 on Sunday November I. Miss was the largest we ever had and I t Memll. Lynrh, iVro and Th east Is. prMfckmt. Mrs.
jack Covtngton; let DrIll Rosenberg president-elect w. hope this year H win be even I Th nvsMhly m* tln( of the amllh IneMrratuml. Unlr Ufhrnri: Mary, snnthr
clt'nt- Mrs. Bernard Lewis.Detegate: 2ndti 01 the Florida rederanon of Business "1'1I'I'he' committee membersstated. gmnry Musk dub wa hki at I f y program ,"'Ir., <* yoiinc el M. Mn. C It Shaw,
p tMrL FranIc 9o'blt- I and Professional Women in* Mine, al the prpcvtmt, Mar man T, ... Cumlne, tie guest Jr (ally, lira Henry Fsulk;

tic; Sect ary-Ire. Alfred Suobrr Clubs will be JUf'llllIpPlkPr. Anyone wishing to participate r tiller, Otnher 24, with 20 speaker enowed1 .11 bilormstlv 1..nh. Mr. J ms Mahaffy;
Mre. O. I.AdamI -'A. niefiihvf s and guest* pwaent.Th Dim entliM torn Mirk Art,
Mrs. hall
: Tpreea.uree District } .to made up of clubs should dn the kslowtng- .4 m-rvtery, Dodson; Joe.
"
and CmJnI'I1 nvrting was ralM, M order Huight and Sfttd.CM Mrs. J'. Mr .
III Mayo Perry. Tallahassee Mar- 1. Select" a new gift from any tJuys: Treasure *
.1.1... n. r. Sheoard. ianna and JiUncy Miss Jewel I of the toUowtng Hems: Mewl by she .r Mlawtoi; a **.)* of the raib wore ErnestDnewr R It. M Davidsnn: a 1I\OIfIIIIIIr.
"'
-t/Ii meeting the As- neHInf th* offklsl Mart K- Just Fjnbry; prMblml uf
Following Wise of the Lafayette County raps cigarettiw. dears totacra, "' 1'10 Fred KlnUka and pnkr,
III1a11t Eloe.asio Home Scam- (Mayo dub to director and will wallets, hair (twain. material, .. I" ts wer given I by officers. andernes the Jumnr l.KtIanp Out. and Mrs. fimrg Munro.
milt. Nre. ShIrtr1 Cast. 11110 lYe. C.'UIIdutthe meeting. house costs, dresse or any dale. /6.Ia. : U In* Hub.i Patsy Mi-N.111. prxlilrtil of Ov FnU wln< IN* skit which: wIlldirw
.e IIanand wtIh a ..urputt' f4e. .. i Mr Fops UrkM wee 'In t+ Junior CwiMntvtl Club, b* wl I by Mrs Arthur flxcl.t .
w k
.11I. A resume of the U eonstttuttov .. games, : .. .: .
priM and pee.eIee wt" a al ointments' .. be voted on fci, 2. TaU gifts to any HOT .s- of f pr> rfli .a ... ,,rt will b* a Chrtstma protrain
ar-ord. arssr pecial gifl and PulvphMM Ununt whkwa pmmtwi< I by mmbn of
bab1 the General Ejection November I Iwu I; paying | UkMtrawd by votre and Instrument. Allen Davidson
made by a Inral attorney al boxes before Nweinoer W. in* garikti dub m snansrtn ms.
Attends ConTtnttonMis the Tuesday netting of the Quuvejr Your rodperaOnn to thto project tl Member taking Bart Heads Gadsdon All nwmt.re. Inmwr m mri rand
Ktogry. a senior Buauiess and Petews isisWanea's I I win be deeply apprectoimLAnyow M 1 Ih* pmgram wr Dr and Mrs frvnto of the Gfrtm Club
Clemda
R. R. Kinraid. Miss Marguerll
addUnoal toormaOas InvHcd b sllmtTh
who, wishing ar*
In Mac*. Cub. Jack Harnetl.
.I Wealeyaa all 8e sodas sera fanVs Mvm Saddle Club .
Or.fa
Ge. and edltrI' III tie y.rtIoDk. to. associated with Senator DowelJorsl..aplair'd {S piraiie rail Mrs. Edwards MM Mary Imtrk. Mrs laiMRr Amarylls and DafMU
127411 sell rfnsnmnts InIn
QIirqO It* propnexlamendments. at sr tnyaa o sine
bas ) I rained frarft .. Kraft Smith Mk AMI Afbn thvtdsnt wa rlnrledlpmMml
eenvealoai Mr. Harnelt era I Ihe __...*. en dimng earns at ertictusioi ofth
w Iwo ale IIUnIIId a Ulrica ind Ja MM Foitlrr.Th a! Ih* <>*krVa l.ddlel| .
ill tile QInnId Hilton HoW Introduced by Mrs. A. M. Uwn, bates Cain T\ progrsffl.Legion
held to.un scrota I9M4) yr w r *s .
he &IWIIIAl edltcn all ever tile program chalrmaa.I Th Gadaden |.<... *.. I by Mrs. Ibflrr and srfkers **+4 !
... I, Its Marriott was a guest of OH County Feeearf105Waa.eeregale .r":1> Adopts
\'IIItPcI ill claps a* to -.- Dr. and ramlng year wee, ( ,
1M and s member III tie Out n* woods fires M Mr. KMrald were appiA..... vtr*> "..... ; Mn. IMiM Daktm *-'

seal ..... MIa 1M Mui trI Athate. M firs aays. Ntanbrr ..1 ... Wee days ill CMraandwttrnwl I JH.H1GHMYF sea See January issmlm I. MOld UrkM Mnrkjr 4 .... sewtrmker Mr*. JwH Hntnl.Kanw4 puhliiiip
.
w Atlanta yet 'BAKE SALE 42.1 yeartwnv.30.II .. .f 9. nod: Feri Larkm. .....,.,.,., J.** W. Shaw Post Na 14 In
) Saairday *&bL wnnsifires Iran Milk and MM MiniM to *. Died of Dlrwtnn ,..bar .*... TW Jurtnr We MTT ft t" itaurnj at Oslo same tan sIwr I
Centenary Method Os rob wit I an* totaled 01. ..... 1141 ra wvir* Anrht NIoor Ka/vto I Hnme, m-l.I*see
Local StucUnt Mrs. It 1. Morris will U s. mount Irk UnuMm and Jam. d a paukatln canto IMSl
hav I oak sale n the Cntrvhouse OmCERS el tb. CodacUa County I III awe ., 0W last mW dick IrttI$. AHmut .........* fcr fislarur lur th. lahlMhmnt
Enrolled At USF Square.Utsei sy. Novembei. r ... mMa was reported kCndvdni ,II Eii aaloa Hoe mok TS Council or. front row let lo!_ifl b* Md at Far** Miito *120 the DM Ihrw ,.... AMoriaMI .,.if a tnrnanenl kiv .ncsBJH. e>*nIMUM -

Two Goddess O.sy sTudrntare 14. fr- I ...* .wit blpie.The be andsr I Cowry tfurtaf Sh* aul right Mrs. Jock #to < e.t" wa' proceed Florida.Copl .
a ue.a.avu nustr the Stal at
among will W as
.. fII Sow* YMstma Party for other" Bun Cafes CMJT'' ls nee pee ldetrt; bach row 14 to rVjkfc Mrs sncram = will Wsent
pelted at University 'and th* sn* tlr wUI to PtUr All mmhrrs are wrf .. atIrM of th* rwrfiiflon
]Florida at Tamp. HIM WLtM '' Afl BVKhers .*. hake ekes an, Form -.... ask tarter M::1 iM rrojJc ww ii.. 2nd vie pr.sktMC Mr*. Alfred Sulxsr tic. Wed l> ..... sitMkaV. to the P_. One president
K mHk Dpi at ....... to taU theta to tie rturrlikurkf i tale payer reraMUaai wtt 0mj Photo ', and SmaM and till Speatwe ofn
.. are aecretarr. and Vtrt. 0. L Adams, baorarw. by Tt. mrrttng ...f ant 4 III ki.iur- truMsy tl the
e and foteft Hunt .. Ha-I by I dork $aaltdsltwseaag. ,)j a.: Bst woods art eiuiaulj'dry Martu'a Studio. aortal kou we..d. HIQD11cra1t1 d ,...,........



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Bits And THINKING I Teenagers Learn to Bake Bread in 4ttToday' Flavor And Fill Puffs With Cheeses

Thinking U the power that rule the world

Pieces Make the whooli of progress turn,
It old the performance of master mind. young teepjgen an
BY HUTCH la the took plunging right Into homemaking
ability to and learn. tack and enjoying eutiUadlnglucctai.

Tla the Impelling topulaa of touch-ond-cjo Fr simple, 13-year
DISTRICT ONE: : rONITABUB The that old Aantlt Eachor a 4-H Club
all roles
faculty design ;
HOT WHILE HINTING:: member already hat spent three
It sparks the daalr which men must have years on various food project
That', right. Just what the To reach objective goal
headline uyi happened to our Lev** U Bit 4

ACTIVE Cmwlanlt Adrian An. The power of thinking U a treasured gift Her favorite I* biking bread s x
denon Monday aftcmonn. His old Which should! be wisely used even loaves at a time. Not only

friend and buddy, Audi Clark To reach its tuprtme capacity do her parinti sad two younger
lowered the boom en him with i
load of No. I'* while hunting It must not b* abused sisters enjoy the freshly hiked
dove Th. oonrtabU ll quoted assaying bread, but .* do friends and

"My Cod, Audio, you shot Mabel D. E ell neighbor. Anntttt manage to
me"4 To which Audi replied{I And Urn to bake and toll brtid
-- Her recipe printed her U r
Did I? I I 1- '
One shot went nearly through when temperature will be below easy to follow, says Annette. + l' ,
Adrian* right ear and another hit normal Dally mean temperature She I I. one of more than a hilt J

the 1 lower' lobe but did not break are expected to average/ between million 4-H members from
the ( giving Mm a wallow II and 02 degree. Maximum Maine to California who are H S Ft

fork and an underblt *- and his etnperaturr will avenge !M and partJclp.Unllllll. national 4.H r and tarty to this recipe with asMllent party poailblliti,
did straw hat wa a wreck. D,. 79 degree with afternoon temperature bread program conducted by the The zippy flavor of grated Prm** n sad :Romano George Massey removed tilt prl reaching .0 degree or k Ezttnilon Service and iponored ..y the tiny puff. Deviled ham and creamy cli eM makes the SUing
let and the victim 1* getting along higher on 4 or ( day Dally min by Standard Brandi. a IP I According to Borden horn economists, any of t.ba flavorful virlttit
junt fine, imum temperature will average P rt of thMM spreads thinned with a bit of milk or enam could alM be

Adrian says he was sitting 11II between' 44 and 45 Mil... t WHITE BREAD used tot filling..
a stool In the field waiting for with temperature falling below to (Sponge Method) Defiled Baa TIM OIM P'f'
tilt birds to show up when one 40 degree on 4 or 0 morning ....... f tennis (Makes abouf l4/l sups)
from his Audi Temperature of 32 degree or llt satin* dry yottt j
approachod rear e h weLbagoon.e w.rn w.ee" Itotn'I1I'/" I (lot kg.) cream or I Ublaf poonf wlWrln
his bird ten an expected to occur on one
wag ao Intent on killing '.ra'.saIs NtufchatelebMMwett pickle relish
that he failed to realize that Ad or two morning in all but coastal psa.t :: .Nor 1ft I lowf.Add 4 ( -l//Z ot cam) dOTiI.4
... .,.
._
area during November. IIIf slid vM. awe
M lighttoo.
flan had com within cupt wHo flour tnto mlKturo. CoverkMy hamlet
lie wain't hurt too bad andI 1 Rainfall luring Ih* next 30 days and I.t ,Ins 1ft a ...... pleas .ntll cheese soften at room ttmpmtnra. la a tnuJram-tlt' IcwL
guns It will just have to be .1 I. expected to raitk'O: between 1.00 II. Mf. TkMt adds whip cheese until fluffy. Stir IndtriUd ham and wllihj bl.nd..J'
lesson to both2'". I and 3.00 inthea occurring mostly tutu. (....... MOk..sold Cowr Place in refrigerator to chill while pnparing Ckttn fujt
If euliwanwtamnpoonl
a* general rain on two or three
Anybody want to be aupervlaor day during the month. 1 ,_, .m.lttlt.It ahsrt.ning OI.*M Pale (If**** 10 rmoa pale)

Of rrgiitntlnn for a w II.? An Sunshine doting November will I I sera .ffto flour 1 rep water 4 eggs
ether or two like Tuesday and average; about 70 per cent of po- ....M dough sMN ._ MO ........ 1/4 cup butter 1/2 cup grated: Parmesan
day of Plan tin .. ** lost on* lot nto until/ 1/' lilted all-purpoM flour and Romano eha
sable with two or three period cup
It will ba up for ,flb.. Really d.ubI., t; bull. owed. ,tot. .eo.tena.
though,' It w..t.. bad ai Ithoollht extra/fed cloudlnei LM n*| 10 miNute, lade.Ina. 1/2 teaspoon salt
this 'one, would be. The Soil tnmperature will continue low;? sod. pl.ca ,in s'.wd p.n. In mdlum-lz uuwpin,bring waler and butter to rolling both
telephone itartea ringing Monday downward during November Let sad.";1:8' 4045 uaN.:: :..= : Reduce beat to low. Add flour and lilt all at one tim. Stir rlgoit
evening and didn't slow Up reaching average between 85 and from piTtittd. and mast. only t minute, or until mixture leaves aides of pan and forms +
Mart ot the 60 degree at tilt four Inch level ) all. Remove from heat Quickly beat in eggs one ata Urn, Aili
until Tuesday noon.Intormanon although under ban toll relpi and baking| hMM| blind wall To male puff, drop mixture by Uupoonfnla,
lor
calls wen mlitakei guldti are furnished by the .1/8 inches apart, onto nngnaaed baklll,sheet Rake in hot ovta
yours a few. DIAFCM FOB HM sponsor along with county, stab ((426'?.) 10 minuU Reduce hut to modtrat (M0?.)j bake *.,j
mad by truly.two JI and national awardi. The youthful nlnuUi longer, or until brown. Coot With sharp knife llloa ell
I I. over /or another yean Croton, Conn Worker* at cooks not only learn to bake snd reerv puff p.. Scoop out loft dough of bottom half ofpoffs< |
think IU take off a few days die Central Dynamic shipyard bread bjr modern methods, but nil with ham hteM: mixture, Rf plaei top*.If dilrd,garnish wiUi
.
next witk and try getting back to UM thousands of diapers In the .N they also try out recipe. for P... sprig.or roll edges In chopped p.nl.

normal oonalructlon of a nuclear *ubrn"r- lr e, railed coffee cakes roll, dough- .K"'MI'I the bead d.seh k. nary lnpeeSsot slap lot .lead hdliet"
ttaTrW-MlMlMlPP ine, Diapers n used to keep the Dull and fancy holiday br'i Went to partn ,... found r.tce! ." How to Stretch _
Southern football game Saturday worked u well M linen and have Shows When Row

night I heard some ipectaton costs by about -.. -.-*-. '..............--, Chicago and a $500 '011.,. a 4-H member and attended the Your Oil-Heat Dollar
remark that It wmn't a very Spy rmlu0n00doperating AFTER-nVB dress and Demoutrttion and eonteiU scholarship given by Standard Chicago congress ti winner In
gam because FSU ran up mat tnaembl The are part of the program. Meal Brands County winner receive t dairy foods project
prints to 0 for Mj t1.lppl. I liE IKOE OOP VOTE buUerwdght lads top coat In a soft lab, plinnlnf, autrltlon and b lanced medal Any girl or boy cm join a Stop that Thlf! -
rouldn't agree with that because day drtii In diiU are itudled and put Annette li not yet eligible to 4H Club. Depending upon the An Improperly! Iniultttd tttie Itttli
I like tor my tram to itst Beth 1 Former Prent tent Eisenhower, blue tone-on-Uin JIUIeova' into practic Success with bread compel for the state trip award, local club, a member can start httt that you are paying' lor. So
stew out of the oppmltlon, peaking In Ohio, the cia)' after cowl chiffon. Drew has a plus general 4-H iccompllib- but nest fur when ih* 1* 14, on briad Immediately or ,r.dll- doe a fireplace without" damper,
don't like to to Inqte about ond his 74di birthday, laid that Rtpubllcan Back and jewelled belt menu can tarn for the number she em try The pretty brunette ally work up to the project In t* wr the stile 1 ll Insulated nilnttth

hall they willhbe! until ec\me an pledged to aound _.."....__ ._ -, ...... in flp.DI..p.ld trip to the gets plenty of encouragement at connection with other food out'of.doorM.ke sure the fir*,
sat 1rw.then and pmgreMlv' government, iii( National 4 H Club Congress in home because her mother was I project, : place damper it Closed when not In
i
final whlRt canning out modern totutloni i UM. Storm window and door are
for modern problem and urged aIr helpful toe
!Speaking! of;;;;;n. I suet had Republican to vote GOP "all lilt a wi't' r r4v

(0 get out of then Friday III JIlt way." ,
when Arthur Miami got hi* collarbone ." .
broken. That gum Just loa OW BOMB MOBTOAflWForeclomire "
.
III appeal to mt. It01*. like '.. .. Comment from he Capital ,
every lime we get I team to of home. financed .
working good we heel to have bad wit:, FIlAIniund mortgage are f TEN YEARS OF "PROGRESS" ,? A Stop that Waste
hick with I aomenn gettln hurt. rwnlnf at an all-Urn high. The t a Blocking! rtiiten end h..tlnl""il'
I remember loud mlJ>lt of WHka urn I I. true for houie loan. gimr- I ./Vans Nat 'f' i with IrtpH or furniture chokes elf

ago( I wrote tnmiMmng about AN anteed by the Veteran Admlnttr .' r --7 ....... the boat end tfotint let It circuit

thur and his aihUrilo ablllly. lit Uon. Spokesmen adturtmrnt for both toward ,J W*bar a lot thin 4.,.about la rapid Mtgneiut,till RuMlana\ eountry. Htanwhtla U* U.I. lS .ssx' "rop." ". Also, keeping your thrm
In /agnu-ka! rail It an stet during the
tint Uuttt up night wait* heat
to Kill I mighty the remit of I how muck' progri the Unit beat u to till punch with an ilght a brutal, critical war l l a
and t-J
my book and a mighty tint young normalcy ( .il States I le making. la the Cold ICBM, a S a man in there with World War II plant Turning It down 10 degree eaves
man. I know the entire tudmt cloned military baieg or InAunetries. W ar.So much,procrau la f.et, ipaet, a hundred J *megaton and with no firm tridenot of a ,r. llgnlncant sums of money
body and all the parnt ttacniri that w* hardly ever hear ef bomb, and now a "mosaterweapon" will to win.
and ether lan join with the towlnhlni "lhe Cold Wr" iU lf any that may be real Only North Vbtnam't stay 1 ,11'11 t tl ts
Arthur speedy rtonytry. TOr AWUTANT U.HIONS Store Instead Bowaday w* Today we hart a precarious UI remain nohanged. Still ,
I know .a will b* hearing itntegiit ha" Hud- talk about "tha International nuclear "balance," promises of Cotnmanltt, all right And to. l
Inn!. about that )'OtIIII1t11ow next Campaign ol Wallet W. yictur" coexlitmet, and a treaty that day w* hear voices hoping U o l
led the rwlimatlon W'r told the International prevent n* from testing and.mtullt solve I the mew by calling an. #'
year I Jenkins a top attant. to Preed'. Picture hue brightened conildrabljr. mlwiltt or any other other Geneva *onfer.nl
Dr. "Ey*" dent Jolinimn tat twenty yeah.. Inan We're told to look al nuclear bnakthrougha It nor Take a look neat at Africa
tail that
They W m* effrirt to determine If It .IU the Kutilt-KW China ipllt. At own but tie international IB.apectlon. tea year ago. You'll hardly srJseesaLika
UM w*
laatea ,
Bests hit ( hurt the Pnnorratto campaign the "breakup" of the Comnw- W* have a long hto. rwoniM it, That wa bafor
Everything turned out all right Jenldni was arrested for dliortwy t diet Tt'BII'' Eiit burop. tory of token Soviet treatise Washington felt .
though.\ I found them for him I | condurt and this could carry 4IJ Th* Treaty Tb now too, but w* prefer to forget upport the da band. or"ar,.
couple of dayi later, ptillHral Implication a* till campaign "independent"I nation la Af. that.IOOKINA. Instable, Ul-prepartd imdtTtJ.
nran Its end. rica, The Allfane for Progress, clued nation that howled for Monty In the Bank" +
Wt list And ...' *told It all look pnU indcptndtnc. Oil hut li Mill the No 1 supplier .f
PAWS INDEB TRAIN: ty ree,. A* long M you Moat So w* dldnl bar a mtgato.maniae horn comfort In moat of the hard
tam look toe eloMly.I Ilk*Nkrumah In Chan, winter arcs of this country. It ,li
Camden N. J. Surmori at -_. I* the Cold War really '.. an ..-II... Man leader like modern, lutomitic:, clean md efts .
perJonat West Jersey Hospital report that betel I. the International Ho.turo Xenyatta In Kenya, a Ifarxlatauutln Whir warmth and economy are I
"they hop to save the almotl-wv- EFUHI POIT-Mn. Betel that much brighter t Are like Ku lm Hang la I needed molt, ell/ heat nerves btit. SS.
of Anita wi making progress Zanalbar. W* diiint bar left The oil In
Ned leg 1-year-old Unddock. Labour member your link U like moneyS\
WtU
L look
f back
under train nee i wing In Algeria, CutBea. In the bank, It li
Crane who slipped a there when
Mali : yen
Parliament from the Liverpool Un and
Mr, and Mn. I t. Davldion ever a year time span you name the need it
her lrg regardless of
and wheel weather
ran
have M guests his alders, M... a over lashings wh rtfuttd a see where w* stood.Then late remit W* didn't Rave .hao* la cornddesne
her or other
While a policeman\ was taking jadg which way w. r* bf>.dd, the Congo pIIIbllfllLBUYING
W r. O of Euttnan. Ga, pott la the newly-formed where the clurna.
and Mn. freeman yr Mullli ot DulnCa. >- to a hoipttal iht ad ed: "Dn"you Labour government of Harold A decade ago,Stalin had b *a UTM now Mora to b* a takeover j
.
think I ran have a new leg? dead_ than two ,..... Ma. by th* pro-Red rtbolt, or U 8.
Wilton. am.. at the Houses
Inker .
I win pnmter, Itbrush.show involvement la Vietnam I
a ntw
Vera Brown of VtldnrtaGa. of Parliament London
According to obaervatlont itMarlneland In for just eI.e-prem/.r/ Not theca I
ipent the weekend with Mr.I of f1 rtda. baby par a meeting of the HOUM of mooch talk tf a Ku..l.n-ChlB* rintfly,let' take a look do*. I
and Mr*, llunton t Roger They ...., unlike mint mammals Common. (Cat* lioto> ipllt then Nor of any"indepen- IT nt vitwt wwMnou er to borne, Tea year ago the I
attended the r"SU-Soulhem MlmtMlppt are usually barn tall flmt Then dtnet" among the Communistsatellites cotoaip outur U.S.had jilt helped Guatemala A NEW TV??

game Raluixlay. I hoc, however, been one breed cut a Rl nd
Arriving hum weekend to al: delivery In tilt great ooeanarkimtanki And no wonder In the Wet In the U.N. Henry Cabot;Lodgaouiu I
tend the Larsen' flirt wedding I : and tilt Infant porpoise the Communists faced a strong plainly! told tile XaiUa
which will be an event of November .: turvived. and anl&td NATO; In the East, dtlofkUi "Ton ttay SEE THE NEW 1965
t at 4 p.m. at the rest PTMbyterian I. a :4..Ik''I SEATO. They Let' tab a closer look at n." No *n* kid erns I
Qmrch, will lit her ill.tcr fa U.S. mill.tary Alia. Ten year ago, trine bard ef ridel Caatro.
On the avtnge, It take tenon strength, and U.s. dtUr.atinatioa wa licking her wound after '
*. Mn. Dan r.nl:1'IItrtImL..aII. Now uppoM., back then
Ington D. C and Mn. ,udl'l'IIlIarrod 10-11 yen for alcoholUm to do.velop. t to use It if w* bad to. Dion Bien Pbu,and the ink was Toa'd been told that la ten year -1f
MIIUTII.30.Day TIM alcnhollo typically I Today, NATO I* torn with hardly dry on the Genevaagreement. there would be a Communist I I RCA VICTOR4
falla Into till '5.05 age bracket quabbl** among it* members, That agreement, satellite ninety milt south of .
the time of life when a nermnthcmM M. 1d who are understandably nrv. your partitioned Indochina Key Wt Wouldn't that hav
Weather eimerlenct hi* mot pro ads about our talk ef a. "A. into an Independent Lao alarmed you! Outraged rout
duett v* years.SelMtste .' te eomimMUtlon"with Soviet' Ru.. and Cambodia a Communist Amaxlng, really, how calmly I New Wstd TELEVISION
,I t.. So, br our default D. North Vietnam and a ,.... wv* ._,tecI Wtihlngton'a MODELSWITH
Outlook at Marlneland cf Otttll chaUtngta our leader WeiUra South Vietnam advice not t* worry about It
Florida haw discovered tilt house ship Tw member Greene and Tea year later taoi b all Well there you have It Son AU..CHANNEU VHP and UHF TUNINMACK'S
The Thirty Diy builder of the 'tlll1l1\ooI'. A quarter .. T.r r.qu'1'I'f1..ii\ Hrh other but loat "Ntotral" Cambodia examples ol tit tea yean ol
Weather Outlook lor month pound Rand fish will pile wr Cyprus Russia' oltori Cy. allow Red guerillas to com.mut "progrtM" that put the Cold
rock up sum arm and Mount a to*, freely acmes Its borders War out of buaiiMi. Radio & TV .Service
at November Couth Georgia, parttcle of shell against a aold I In
the then with
IttdiUrruiMa. (cream* pious Indlg. When
are w* stop
Southeast Alabnm and Northwest and umi mil for h//. homo. If torn 8EATO fan nation when Vietnamese : : When
ao Utttr. W* troop kidding .. ? are
iTortda. ImMd by the Wrst\ s'r Bu'reau down bv other/ flab he will Inv stumble about In South VleU pnriu them. w* going to fans the fact that
Advtmry Agricultural Mteorolnglit medlalely rebuild_ cans and Thailand uneasily South VleMamt Mart of the the Fw World ... eroded
Illtnn, Georgia, NoVrmhrr i ad|.. toward nntrallam, Indo. nation la already out of the dangerously la the put Un
3. IKI4: HF.M.TB AND T" BOSS Cecil li pnrtlcally lout to till hands at th* etntral govern Whoa will w* wake .,
Temperatures during November! Los Angeles If you get ton Wt "WMI arm to "n*' moot. A* I writ thi, the V irt. Cant fact that wishful think
an expected to avtriue near normal dt the bm but don'I dar chow :, and fakiiUaatada ha severed two road ing I* ao substitute for clear
over all o( the Trlltait Agricultural It, Dr. C. W. "'&hl. of the UCLA mlukmi to Piking. tin oat of Saigtn, and any purpose or rotat action
Area except the ettrem Netiroptychlttrta Inafltut saysyou've And that Biflltaiy taptrlor. day the capital may b* utterly Whor will w* be after another
nutheaitern portlni of Ceorgti got status nwdlcamentowVlfHuedlcalltiii itjr. What h pjnd .. that Isolated frwa th* ml ef the Un 7ar tf this -;rograu'tNINI
with aspirinS and Mientireew
and other pills dupe s'. NpJN
.
tranmultam .
tin.plAatt.5r.es 5r W. sw '.e dlyg
ymptomi hard to dlagnnM. The nob,? aw ea se eMws
.doctor did not give a remedy. Another
ill ra.5.
el. Job may help. STICKY SOLUTION Rather
than' Issue metal ug or new

n."l.mf ON ATOM HUT auto license plat* for DeS, ra"r.wme
President Jnhneon dismissed the th* New Torn Btat Department 1t ,.,
Chlneet call for a gnat International IC Motor Vehicles will .rriw.arse h Yur.'wIa
conference to abollrt al Issue sett-adh.dv. plaitM
nmlear weapon lit laid Red stickers to b* placed ea the :-
.v E. .. MaxeyDe China fooled no ont when U offtfed old IBM plate. Th. ticker '

ptle the old saying\ that to trade away Ita rust small will sect only half the see' To ee*semis rasessavis
"everybody low a fat man" ccumultlon of nuclear poweragain of metal Ug* lr w ws.ne.r..J
.
M... ...
*! the mighty bra ea r essa
obesity I* a amtght after Its Mew ae.t he
: those who limit Oommunltt
condition to th* menace to '1'----
ee amhttton tea a a.rs ...!
halts Upoar* oAR NUHSkUU-
Invite gall bladder t#
Obesity PROPERTY CTAIMS W CTBA I.
trouble and high blood prea- --
sets and Increases iucrptlUU- President Johnson ha. signed -t" I.
Ity to a hoot of trouMci men adiabotet legislation to aid hi eventual recovery e'reD I--:
gout and arthrttU. of more than $l bUtkm 4
worth of pmni'rty et Amertoan l-j:
Alto, ever e4tht pt'1'MII1II't ottlMnt expropriated by till CwtroGovernment
rhka m* ptnnng
greater on Cuba. Th
of parp.e
t M 5t Mat
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mud weighty thought to raalUe taken from American fAit f'ioew- .. 'J-- $229.9
why MURET Dittos ll asses /N "... llANO
till favorito aourc of pre fOIl'llOM IU'\lNQ 0:01: C. .. A T1M. W That 11III"eyopvs THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN Td.1VISIO.MACK'S .
rrtptimw for folks locally. Detent expels said "they believe axon' veea'. sew aoyest
Our aervk I 11 faat friendly Ruaiian t'OIIMIt'W,*"* an AssNkwwt, T
and ffldent at Ma>EV being used to ipy on tilt United seals 'eif+a'KS tn..ot.

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FLORIDA. THURSDAY.. NOVEMBER I. IM4


GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES REPAIR JOB you don't make a will, fee *****

find continuing The National Outlook I will do It for you and not t. cmily .

THE CHATTAIKXXHEE TRIBUNE IJoJf eLi. the way you would Bis It.

Published Neb Thundiy if 15 1 Madison Street Bjr George Bardora I
analyzed In this Commerce Owtment
A Job H Perry Ntvnaptr0l v. i. SEEKAITRONAVTI:
F TABLittED ROME: IT, SOME DOW* study. Any attempt ti nsuranc
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Qulncy Florida High-level economic discussion. s torte them Into a predetermine) The Ualled Stale, apparently
tend to be conducted In term a Nttern would have produced reachaos. J I
'-4 c- Foal..aid ct Quliuy. florid broad-gall Indicators like UK Question! : Everywhere I turn spurred by recent Soviet spur

One Year t3.0tt Two Years IUD SU Month $1.7 b gross nation*] product or the Fed: I read that everyone should have I achievements, hu decided to recruit

J. L Hutchinson ,....'..hlt era! Reserve Board Index of Industrial a will. Why would I need one? I scientist for training u *.

Mrs. Either Suber w ,..,,..... ,,, _.. __ ffdttOfAdvtrtaitit Production. Thru hivi have a home, jointly owned. My tronaut*. NASA currently has II
Don Carman ......._.._._._..__ awl New their place but we need also, Iron life insurance I* all else I have astronaut, including the project
time to be reminded
to ttnw o
I !the wide variety ot trend thai elol'd IIJuJ,6J and that b made payable to the I1Iel't'llt'1lul't\' member who haw

are averaged out In such imuwe wife and children. So what would had actual luborblla and orbital'
EOiTOftIAL *. I will do to me? flightexpeMena. Application' far
NATION U .i An to look belowtlw Answer; Everyone need 10 to 20 artentiil-aiitroMut will
opportunity a win
( T1 H ,1t be received until December 11.
: fb surface li provided by an ar And yet, far too many people haveno --
t tide on 'Pattern nt Outpu t will. It ha been ma that even
tr" jjil ii li III I ill | | [ Growth," just published by tin Butch half of all professional people
Department ot Commerce. Thli I By have no will. Sit down and answer SEPTIC TANK
analyzes the port World Wit-IJtrcndi I A horn which sell for $18,00lW 0 a few questions. SERVICEVACUUM
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In production ot 131 w In Texas or I.,wa would cost J30 Instance, if you and your
I Ietszr ate item 000 in nalll'It would cost $20,, should die In the same .acddent '
November 1964In t The range In growth rate li I 000 in Italy. What then would happen to both I
truly astounding. There were 70 I house and Insurance proceed The
The difference In cost ot ham n
product about a fifth ot theist : insurance CM be arranged under
In southern Europe and the United!
U. S. hI.tory, November U not one of the moat which were labeled "last, Slates can be traced largely to a "common disaster" clause for
memory-filled month But It doe contain loins notable growing." These"'fI'1Illfml whom efficiency In construction tech: this, but how about the house?I
nit of growth averaged about, What about the selection I of a
anniversaries and the) traditional and American-original niques.Semiautomated
guardian for the children What
7.9 percent per year for the per-
.d holiday, Thanksgiving. And this year In November ve"' lad 1148.1863. The "moderately, home building: about distribution ot any oilier
American have elected a new President. growing" group yearly Increaw, was made possible by man demand -. faith you may have or acquire I
M output between ( and 7.9 percent for good new houring. Creation What about the interest ot any
Perhaps the moat memorable dat., for most Amerl than that which bat faced Included IBS product, ot this demand has been a, unborn children? And are you CLEANED
cans, it November llth, when the Armistice ending any other leading world pow.I The remaining 84 product show, major sccompliihment ot local I sure the house and the Insurance REPAIRED
World War I went into effect in 1918. World War I, with er. Thus we a* a people must resolve to maintain a minimum ed actual decline In output newspaper advertising during the' are all you have It there ll anything I I
of unity and solidarity. We battles pest[ fifteen years else, It will go according
fight
our political
its daughter of the masse of Infantry brought about to bitter dories 8urpriollll "Today, I ran sell a $20,000 law with children or relative I J 627-8403<< I I
a finish but when this is done, we must lay down ,
the recognition of Unknown Soldier. Among the fart-growing group home to people who would not getting portion furthermore, action
the weapons of party strife and take up the tack of build. there are some product that we consider paying more than (7,001, would be held up until the
On November 22nd, we will observe the first anni!. ing and securing the nation, at least until the next would have expected to find there: for a house In 1950, It vaunt court got around to making its Nights $27-6861
versary of the aiiaiilnation of President John F. Kennedy election time room air conditioner* and frown !he money; It Just took people along declRlon and even on very
I rult Juice concentrate for exam- time to realize that they added
in Dallas Texas.Thanksgiving. small "estates, cost can be QUINCYVAULT
For in the long run, we are all Americans first and pie But tome of the productiiKted could enjoy the benefits of the step by step as the needed
Day, of course, U the principal holidayof party members second. u fait-growing surprise the more costly Investment" one of action I II taken fonts that would CO.
November and the grandest of the autumnal season. l'llllllll1l'f'ader: vitamin, shaven, the nation leading home build. not be necessary if there waa a!

It Ia, In reality a national religious festival In thanksgiving skirt and effervescent wine ers asserts. will. Don't take any chance. on VAULTS MONUMENTS
not lurprlieda "Of course, advertising was essential
QUINCY Similarly: we ire things being upset for want ot
for our many blessings. find silk and bituminous coal big, hardselllng adwrhrements that simple brief procedure of I MAINLINE DRIVE
CALENDAR OF EVENTSA In the declining group But ""e week after week, year getting a will. See your lawyer
QUINCY
wouldn't have plowed "that men' after year" he added. "That advertising right away. Remember that if
Trial By Jury suit outboard motors, rehigen' has helped u* to changethe --n _CC -- ----- -
I Community Service by the lalOl'l. and men' work shirts face of dtiN It tae provided
,would also show decline In output thousands of good lobe."
Chief Charles Desmond of the
New York
Judge It notable that the adverting
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627-1311 1 II
Court of Appeals, highest court in that state, told the Doubtless the expert In each and promotion which guide

Senate Judiciary Committee that juries In civil cases Thursday, November 5- Canning Center t 5; Florida I of these fields can offer an explanation -the home comtruction boom in .

should be eliminated.He State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St ,east In retrospect.for what Whether happened they at America newspaper wu advertising.No 80 per. cent local

called the jury system In civil cases "outmoded, Friday, November 8- Alcoholics and Al- could have predicted It In ad'vane other medium could present
Anonymous f
I II another question. to all potential horn buyers detail
unnecessary, wasteful of time and money and responsible anon Family Group 8 p.m., SL Paul's Parish House; I on plan, lots construction

for much of the calendar delay" impending justice. Shrine Club 7:30: p.m., KittrelT Restaurant; JuniorWoman's flees or Order and financing, with map, photographs
That view was opposed by the New York State Bar Not only has the growth rate and illustrations.
Club, 11 a.m., Woman's Club House; Air varied widely from product to
Aiioclalion. Id executive committee was not convincedthat Force Recruiter 9 12, Post Office; Canning Center,, product \It has changed abruptly Its JOINS A FLEET I a '.
the elimination of juries would expedite litigation. 8.5.Monday for some product from onetime
period to another. Out of Tlnosa, t 4,300-ton attack submarine /
It was insistent that juries be retained especially In
81 product that were fart-grow-: ha joined the United
November 9- Kiwanis Club 1 Jefferson
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negligence cases.The p.m., ers between 1948 and 1857, only States. nuclear fleet Senator
argument is not a local one. Court calendars House; Canning Center 8 5; Social Security Rep. 35 were still fast-grower between Thomas J. Mcintyre (D..N.H

are badly clogged in moat cities of the country. One reientative, 9:30 a.m., Courtroom Courthouse; Boy 097 and 1903 Another 35 moved made the address at IN commit-
down to the moderatcly-grow- timing ceremonies for the submarine
Scout Troop 203, 7:30: Scout Hut Girl Scout
reason is the large increase of negligence litigation arising ; Troop leg class, and 11 actually declin at the Portsmouth Naval
from the vast number of traffic accidents. 148 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. ed. At the other end of the scale Shipyard In lottery, Main. Dim-
some product that were declining mander for the new vessel U Robert
More courts and judges would help expedite lltlgaHon. Tuesday, November 10- Canning Center 8.5
; Rotary In the early yean moved Into the B. Brumstead. p r {phone I. never
Desmond's suggestion might do so even faster. Club 1 p.m. Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., growing even Into the fast'l
But without juries, we take a fateful step in a direction Masonic Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers rowing category !Inter Among the most series Aflclendes a problemwith
Departure from the average In alcoholics U the lack of a handy extension
which could lead to just the opposite of our right to trial 7:30 p.m., Club House, Shadow St.; Quincy pattern I* so much more common I sufficient vitamin supply, says the

by Jury. Garden Club General Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Garden han adherence to It, that one Is Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation telephone close-by

Center tempted to deiscribe the whole Yoffram. If you are constantly runnlnr to answer
I motion a* chaotic. And to It 1*
ringing
telephone-you need the help of an
Survive The HuntThe
Wednesday November 11Navy Recruiter 10:30 a.m., 10 the statistician who tries to explain I extension telephone. It's quick easy sad
economic
predict changes
Post Office; Jaycees 12 noon KiltrelTs Restaurant; :n IndiMlry-by-lndustry or detail. I inexpensive to get
is its and
hunting approaching height
season
Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Re- For the consumer It Is not chaos Call our business office today ft>r
each millions oi Americans look forward to It.
year duller, Post Office; Canning Center 8 5. I at all but supreme orderliness He information on this colorful
Whether it be deer, dove, duck quail or other game, nods the things he want In the I fh.i low-codt convenience. .....

It is always good to enjoy the cooler weather and outdoors Thursday, November 12- Canning Center 8 5; Florida ,ceased marketplace.to want The cease things to he appear has .0.

when the hunting season rolls around. State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St there.

Hunting accident usually occur through carelessness, Natlnosl/ economic planning Is
and when they involve shotguns, It is often a case of car Friday, November 13- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al- avorably regarded in some wartent '
anon Family Group 8 p.m., SL Paul's Parrlsh Hone; However, we doubt that a Quincy Telephone Co
tying loaded guns In cars, crossing fences with loaded Canning Center 8 5; Pilot Club 1 p.m., Jefferson central planning bureau could i
guns, etc. have projected the right trend for .. ",.
House Air Force Recruiter 9-12, Post Office.
; very many Ithi! 339 products
In deer hunting there U danger especially whena

large group of people are hunting. In dove field. Monday November 16- Kiwanis Club 1 p.m., Jefferson

where doves. are hunted In the style used in Dixie or House; Canning Center 8 5; Masonic Lodge, Gads

somtimes In the midwest where fields are surrounded by den Chapter 30, R.A.M., TaLMar-Quinn Council 23,

others, quite often hunters pick up shot when birds are 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social Security Representative

fired on flying too low over the field. 9:30: a.m.. Court room Courthouse; Boy I

And, in quail hunting It Is a good rule to hunt in Scout Troop 203 7:30 p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout'' Chevrolet

parties of two. When more than two hunters are follow. Troop 148 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church.

ing the dogs and fire on the covey rise there is consider
I Tuesday November 17- Life Underwriters, 12 Noon,
ably more danger Involved than when only two personsare .
I Klttrell's Restaurant; Canning Center 8 5; Rotary

r firing.As I dub 1 p.m. Jefferson House; Lions Club 7 p.mKlttrell's ..
a final rule, one should never point a gun at any
Restaurant Saddle Club 8 Auction
one. In short we hope all hunters will keep in mind I ; p.m.
Market.
this advice for the 1964-65 hunting season.

Wednesday, November Navy Recruiter Poet Office;

On Buying PeopleNo Jaycees 12 noon Kilteell's Restaurant ExchangeClub

1 p.m, Jefferson House; Gadsden County Hospital

crueler proof exists of the contempt In which the Auxiliary, 10 a.m.. Gadsden County Hospital!

Individual is held behind the Iron Curtain than the latest Canning Center 8.51 Marine Recruiter, 9. 12 noon.

deal by Walter Ulbricht with West Germany. He will Post Oiilce.I .

swap 10,000 prisoner for credits to buy badly-needed
'MIA AND V. N.'
goods. Soviet Government Floor
The new 1'1 Covering
Wilt C.rmCl1Cbanc.llor Erhard is understandablyreluctant tkktnf to the Klwushchev '

to discuss details. He has left unanswered a gime' refusal to help pay Untied Twelve
Ucludln
question about the exact price, apparently fearful that Nations peace-keeplne coll. Chief
Soviet Delegate Nikons T. )"tdoIlalal4 UnoUum. rubbw.vtnfL .
specifics might bring a reaction and upset liberation nko said that "our position .I e.ikCounter
plans. II dear and principled and un- _
A number of East German prisoners' have been clanged. a* I expressed" It in the t Top tEJ7f -
Serurity Cbunclt. Mini E. Stevnsnn i
languishing in prison more than ten year. far anti-com- United State Delegate, t*

inunls) activity. In a land where telling a political joke determined to demand t'thr: Work _

Can be a crime against the slate, who knows what the Russians. pay up or
vote.El
charges are? All Tn.e
Yet the West Germans are right to pay the ransom. OV MKITA

In similar peacetime circumstance, wo would probablydo former President Hienhoww' Expert Installation
said that he mis not one d those
the same thing, just as we bartered medical suppliesfor who feels too good about Khruthhev -
Bay of Pig survivors In 1962. being removed He .n *a-

The amnesty i II being interpreted as a liberalization' ;rieflnit aired that but he lust had speculating.tot had The any SHE(FER.nITCH workpower"walks" :

of East Germanys regime. Perhaps In the Ulbricht I nrmer President panted out that ..Awi ets._L A

view, It Is. But only in the Communist world could the I the Soviet economy may have /QVKt/ROMOA

sale of human being be considered an act of good will :smlnaL laved a part In Khnuhchev'i'



After The ElectionAfter FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE right over bumps and trouble


every Presidential election there is a residue Call or Visit Independent front suspension takes the
"truck"
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of bitterness, depression and despair for the most part of

among the been. But since time Is a great healer of truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver

most wounds, these pangs of defeat gradually fade ,
away
I ctIia and from excessive And 8
to a large degree. Et cargo jolting. on Chevrolet pickups
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The Important thing after a national election in a gency If*a proved system with millions of miles of user experience

democracy Is for all citizens to Join together to make
the best of the situation until the next election behind It Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or

We have many problems to face as a nation, and StepsUe pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet .
we cannot meet them properly If we are divided. We ,
the peopl. of the United States have been thrust into the is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast

role of leaders of the free world.

W. were not slowly and carefully prepared for a .N Te/epAone your Chevrolet */ cis tboutmny f yp. of truck

responsibility of such magnitude, since we a* a nation

had never before (prior to the end of World War ID been

the acknowledged leader of the bee world. And. konlcal-

ly, when it came the turn of the United States to becomethe MAin 76262INSURANCE 09 loge

most powerful Western-democracy this was at the

I dawn of the nuclear age, which made our task mare difficult I

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Today the of false moves are Infinitely
consequences ( .rt Doer to first Federal lIawt... A Loss AaMciatfoe.) i
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INSTANT COFFEE 89c GRADE "A" FRANKS 10 s. 35c
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By Marjnrte B. GregoryRsleiMliHi

Cams Emmnilut
Persons baring Items ot soda! ncture are urged to call MAKING GIfTS t

Mr. May S. Richardson at MAiD 74503i w
Many Interesting Christmas
are being made at '
Homemakers workshop .
around the county. Idea for using o
First Baptist the everyday thing which

1* all have around the house to mate.IOIIIt'thll1l

Day WMS MeetsThe : useful and

are popping up constantly

General Meeting of Da may One of the most attractive '
) r ,a
W.M.S. was held at the etas tot seen lately was a wall '

e Monday, Nov. 2 with the prod or picture of a rooster on a
t M6 y1 1, i dent Mr*. Earl Schofield preskl'ing. of natural burlap filled In
various kinds of seeds beam'

MlM Sara May Love the : com etc. It wai most .
and I could it framed In
call tie just see
to prayer and urged i
natural wooden frame on a paneled
nets UM their prayer calendai
dally. The group then had pray, wall. Many attractive rtfIImade
en for the different mliulonariei from fabric scraps, hardware

who were having birthday on t cloth inexpensive china,
b f q 5. plastic bottle, old canisters \leftover
this Those
day taking part wereMn !
...' tile, wood scraps and most t
Emily Quarter-man, Mn. W
L. Ford, Mn. Bernie Betts, Mr*. "y anything are being brought
Carey Franklin and Mini San esc. $%, these workshops.
May Love. :, All It takes Is an Me and the
1 desire to be creative.: These
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The minute of the Octobermeeting groups' know that a gift you make
were read' by the seerslacy t:; mean. more.
Mn. Alton Towle ,
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Mn. Carl Edwards, million ," '
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study chairman, announced a '"

study course would be held Nov. perjona
30th at 2 p.m. at the church. The 1!
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group will .tudy the bonk, "Fron
tier of Advance." ;

Mr*. Emily Quarterman Com- Mr. and Mn. Edward II. Miss Martha Ellen Edward
k munity Million Chairman, gave a I Fletcher returned last week by

tau h sc.,9- report' on gift to the local miadon. Mr.. William Kenneth Allen plane Mn.from Fletcher's the Oiark mother They, M.visited .. Mr*. Grady D. Edwards of Eusti announce the
I
George Fellows, In Slloam Springs of their daughter, Marsha Ellen, to Lt. Lorry

Mn. M. D. Walker, Stewardship Miss Patricia Hill Becomes Ark. They also visited In Ginger l ion of Mr. Thomas Godwin of Quincy
Chairman talked to ui about our May
Stewardship pJ'Oll'llwhld1 I* In Blue Mo. and returned by Memphis Edward graduated from Emu's High School

progress In our church. She also Bride of William Kenneth Allen I Tenn.the Tobacco Thl weekend Table In they Tampa attended a Junior at Florida State University
the Lottie Moon Christ- 1
of
gave ui returning by Gainesville a graduate Quincy High School and
"mu offering goal which I* $l,- I where they Joined the MurraySpsners State University and 1* stationed at McClellan
50.00.Mn..
Miss Patricia Mary Hill, and the football Base in
brown saw Sacramento Calif.
bride two
1VLMrs. Schotield urged everyone to daughter of Mr. and M.... Ilarrii wa wearing a I game
f give ChrUtmai presents to the IL Hill of Quincy became the, piece soft at cotton and orlon with Mr. and Mn. Thomas Smith wedding will be January 2 In Eusti
in Chattahoochee bride of William beige accessories. Her corsage
mental patient Kenneth Allen
Grady Clinton Smith before Nov. 10 Our church ha a con of Mr. and Mr. Freeman T. was the orchid from her bridal and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Fletcher past week.
attended the Tobacco Table
container at Belk-Hudmn' for the Allen of Chattahoochee Saturday bouquet. activities Whittle pent the Mn. George Smltherman and
In the weekend
Tampa during
girt. October 24 at 7 p.m. at the First They have returned and are re- Panacea fishing. her mother Mrs. Dan McPherson
Miss Allene Owens and taw the In Gaines-
I Sherry Mn. Schofield also gave a report Baptist Church, Quincy. tiding In Chattahoochee ville. game .... G. E. Boring have are visiting In Honolulu with Mrs.
on the G.A. Girl*' House Party In The Rev. Mrs. Boring' sister Smitherman's in
Freeman T. Allen son law and
Wed To Grady Clinton Smith Gainesville Jr., brother of the Broom performed Friday Luncheon For fl'OlTI' Mn. Mary to Ban Atlanta has Mariettaand returned' Cundin of Live Oak. daughter Lt. and Mrs. Paul D.
,
The Circle count was a tie between the Impreulve double trip Cannon Americus, Moses and In San Francisco with
Mn. W. L. Ford and Mri ring ceremony against a background Mrs. R. F. Godard Birmingham Ala., where! she .... Steve Roberts of the latter' son and daughter in
visited relative and friends.
Mi i Sherry Allene Owen be- G. O. Barnett'l drclei. ot white gladi mums and law, Mr. and Mn. Charles.
Following the Mn. Perry Woodward entertained
the bride of Clinton ceremony a receptlcm Mrs. N. F. Fain program chair.man Mn. R. D. Woodward Jr. attended W.
rune Grady porn pans Interspersed with greenery Mrs. IL Madison
with luncheon Friday
was given In the commonsrocnn a delightful
Smith on October 24 In St. Cath for the Evelyn Mow Circle In a lunburat arrangement the Fall Board meeting of La., were recent guests
of St Catherine's.The at her home on Jackson A
erine' Episcopal Church In Jack I had charge of the program. The A pair U tree candelabra holding Wesleyan College, Macon Ga. She May Love. Boy's"Bill
Street In honor of Mrs. R. F. God
bride' table which held Korea accompanied to Macon by
sonville. topic wa "The Land of while tapers flanked thii. Family wa Mrs. Wallace Hawkins
the wedding cake overlaid aid a former QuIncy resident. Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Kln
was' Max Walker of
The bride In the daughter of Ready for Religion Change pew were marked with porn pom Colorful autumn Bowers were at guests their son Bill Rights"by
with white cloth '
a organdy embroidered Almighty and Mn. Herbert
After a "Come Thou cry Bryan
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Macnabb song and white, satin ribbon. The Rev Jacksonville.
the
Interest in home.
with metallic thread B. Pitt. points Among the adults chaperoning
Jr. of Atlanta, Ga Parents of Three branch King Mn W. Thumn E. Cuttino wa host pas lunch the who C Davis, Mn. J. J. Guy R. R'ade
candelabra entwined read scripture from 17th Following guests the band to FSU for Band Day
the bridegroom are Mr. and Mn with carnations and smilax chapter man of Luke and also PialmiMn. tor. were dose friends of the honoree, were Mr. and Mn. R. D. Woodward .... J. D. Warner are The late. president Herbert

George Smith, Gainesville. were at each end. Garlanda of W. W. May then led Mn. Bill Bricker played tradl- spent an afternoon ot reminiscing Jr., Mrs. Alvah Bryant, Mr. return this weekend Hoover gave "Eight Right*" which
The Reverend Robert Libby performed leather leaf fern were draped In Others taking part on tional wedding music. Mrs. Glenn and Mrs. Dave Greemvald Mr. '. visit In Spartan. every boy ihould have. I have
the ceremony. pnyer. Klngry sang "Because" and "The Waynesville, N C,I taken the liberty to add a "Ninth
down the tide Mr* Johnny the program were Mn. M. D. Bridge Club Meets and Mn Earl Schoficld, Mr. and
The bride was given to marriage William and Mr*. Kay Ctbler cut Walker and Mn. John Cannon. Lord Prayer. Mn. Bob Skinner, Mn. Lester ', S. C I RlRht" which .hould be allowed
by her father. She was the cake. The program was concluded with Maid of honor wa Mill Dianne With Mrs. Cumbie Cabin and Mrs. Stanley Brooks has returned' to and the greatest right a boy or

radiantly lovely In a full length The punch table were covered a chain prayer with Mn Earl Moulton of Qulncy. She wore a. hostess Mr. and Mrs. J. C. llinion and spending a few days anyone die, can have.
Mn. Thomas Cumbie
sown of silk brocade which featured with white embroidered cloth. Sihofleld, Mn. M. D. Walker dies of burgandy velveteen featuring was Mr. and Mn. M. B. Bates are ', Mrs. Pat Munroe. 1. Like
club Wednesday everybody else
elbow length sleeves and a Mn. Robert a bell shaped iklrt The to her bridge those attending the Flor Mrs Joe Baur had u a boy
Baskets of whit mum. and fern Mn. F. J. Belt, afternoon. Fall flowers among has a right to the of
low rounded neckline. The empire along with silver tray of wedding Chandler and Mn N. F. Fain bodice had a scooped neckline and were ida-Georgia game In Jacksonvillethis ts her mother. Mn piness. pursuit hap.
in the
waist line wu circled with cookie completed the arrangement taking part.Qulncy. elbow length all'f'Y<'a. Her hat WIll party rooms.Mrs. weekend as they do annual and son and daught

a satin aah accented with a Mtln *. Mr*. Willy Baggett and a matching pillbox. She carrieda Dick Suher was high score ly. They are leaving today. Louise Adams ot Leei- 2. He has a right to play so that
row at the back. The full pleated Mn. Gladys Canova poured and Visitor cascade bouquet of Trenched winner Preceding the game she Robert Maxwell student at Val he may stretch his imagination/
skirt 'had a twin panel and detachable MlM Cathy Cabler wived. Mn mums In shade d pink tied with served a dessert with coffee. doeta Stale College, spent the Hlgdon is attending
: chapel tram. Her IIIllk at Barbara Blower kept the bride' Luncheon Honoree burgandy ribbon. Brldcsmaidi weekend with his parent Mr and Florida Senior 3. He has a right to the cooitructive -
Illusion was caught to a pill. book. were MlM Frankle Booth and Miss Tuesday Study Club Mrs. T. L. Maxwell.Mr. Association Term Joys of adventure and
box of white petals, pearls and Mn. Pat Munroe entertained t i Shirley Green, Chnttahoorhe and and Mrs. William Billy) Naples Beach dub the thrllli that are a part of an
lace. She carried t prayer book Alter a wedding trip to New Orleans Thursday with a luncheon In honor Miss Melody Barnes, Albany, Ga. Hears Mrs. MacGowan Massey and son Gil have left for open life.
topped with phalaenopsis orchids, the couple will be at home of Mn. R. F. Godard tt Okeechohee -: Their cascade bouquet were Jacksonville when they will make Mn Francis McCall
stephanotis and Ivy. In Jackannvllle who Is visiting here. Chrysanthemums Frenched' mumi In bursandy maroon "Wind From the Cardinal"wai their home. Mr. Massey Is connected plan to go to Mont. 4. He has a right to friendship.
Rehearsal Party other fall flown the title of the book given this weekend and
ribbon.
Mr*. Richard Buah was matron Following the rehearsal en Saturday and In the tied with pink by Mrs. X A. MacGowaa at the with Chrysler Corporation home by his 5. He has a right to the erne
were at Interest points Chattahoochee Mr. and Mrs Cecil V. Butler of
at honor. Mlu Helen Hamid and John Whlddon. I"i of
evening the parent of the [Tuesday Study Club which met G. L. McCall, who security in belonging to some
Mite Norma Can ova were bridesmaid party rams.Following nerved u bent man. this week Havana attended the Tobacco
bridegroom entertained the member lunch an hour of with Mrs. E. D. Davis tin, relatives. group
*. Their dresses were red ot the wedding with a dinner conversation wa* enjoyed by the Ushers were David Tumage Preceding' the review refreshments Table In Tampa" during the werk ')' Chandler spent the (. He has t right to health protections
end.
crepe fashioned with an empire party at the Green Derby In Jack old friends. Marianne, Dixon Barnes Albany were served and a short T with her parents, that will make him taller
of and Mn. C W. Thomas
waistline and long sleeve. Their sonville. group Ga. and Bill Harrison, Chatta- business session conducted. Mr. .... Robert Chandler than his dad.
I Sunset Acres, entertained out of
bouquet were full duller of honchee. She returned to Hunt. 7. He has a right to an educa
whit mum. In I cascade design Coffee Here For Th bride, who wa* given In Tally Club Meets town[ guest for Saturday dinner. >ie Sunday tion.
The bridegroom' lather served Luncheon For I marriage by her father was lINeI Present were their son Sonny a
Resident
Former Smith ha* returned 8. He has a right to accept the
M brat man. Ushers were Richard I ly In gown of white peau de sole With Mrs. Fixel ;senior at Florida State University N. C, after visiting obligation of cihzemhip In a democracy

Bush and Leslie Mcdellan. Miss Larsen Mrs W. F. Lester entertained II The fined banmie. featured a yoke Rod Reeves Art Instructor and daughter Mr. like we have.
......,..1.... I few ckw friends of Mn R. and sleeve ot lace, reembroid- Mn. Arthur Find entertainedthe from Winter Garden, and Raymond Embry and sons t. He has a right to expert hisparents
Bridge Club with a Gay, interior decorater from
Tally
former Quincy real- ered with tiny pearls and sequiniThe : A. has
Mlu Glenda Larsen, bride elect Godard a luncheon Wednesday. Autumn Rhodes Furniture Co., Atlanta Spoonor re to accompany him to
of Homer Hint, Jr, at Omltahno- dent, at a coffee yesterday mornIng sleeve terminated In callapoint. I a viiiit In Winter Gar some House of Worship so that
flowers at Interest points.Bridge
READY MIX chee, was the honoree at a beau at her home. at the wrist The front lace were the GaMr.. and Mrs. Floyd Basiett hadas having accom they can Jointly express their
with
and finished was played during ;
tiful luncheon recently at Our RetUumnt Colorful autumn flowers nklrt panel was guest Mrs. C B. Davis and Oscar May. gratitude/ and appreciation for all
at lake Semlnole.HontcMe frill were effectively arrangedthe reembroldered with pearls and morning alter which lunch was Ethel Davis ol \ D. Davis, student at that God ha* allowed them. He
Miss Campbellton
hall, living and dining room sequins. A bow of self materialwas served. Tiftnn because
In college has a right to expect this
Atwater
CONCRETECONCRETE were Mn. W. D. and sister In law, Mr*. Bruce
Mr*. G L. Datfln, Mrs. The group enjoyed an hour otremlnlacing at me back waMllne and Guests playing with the dubwen Davis of Tallahassee. ; the weekend with nil his parents expect him

W Gholson. Mn. C E. Jackson together. from it flower a cathedral train. Mn. George Monroe Sr., Mn. J. L. Bedenbaugh accompanied and Mrs. George to grow up straight, tall and undemanding
.C.M The three' tiered veil of silk Uluiilon Mrs. Pat Suher Mrs Jack McMil virtue
to have moral
.. L. F. Moaeley, Mn. W. her sister Mrs. J. T. Wu\
D. Rogers, Mr*. L. D. Smith, Mn. Mrs. RichardsonIs fell from a crown!She carried of pearls a lan and Mn. Howard .,..tri1for. ford of Frostproof on a trip to Shaw, Jr. left today and In almost "everything" to heGaud.
and rhlnentonew. "
I with Mrs. C R deserve
Giles C. Toole and Mn. J. B. Hostess white Memphis. Term to visit their ; Therefor he
Bridge of field llllei md '
bouquet Given has been hen for the THIS RIGHT.
link carnation surrounded Friday Coffee
Mawhlnney. orchldi, showered with bride mother, Mn W. E. Pickett. --- -- __ ---=
by a ruffle of Mile WIll Mn. Lanier Richardson was ribbon and pearls.Mn. For Mrs. Walker Mr. and Mr Harry S. McCall. '

centered on the table at which the hostess to her Tuetday afternoon Hill chess for her daughter son Thomas and Eugene McCall
BLOCK bride elect wa* _tl'd. Small replicas bridge club at her home on Bel ** wedding a gold and green Mr*. Too Bell entertained with spent the weekend at Gulf Breeze Only 20 Days 'til

were spared on the other lamy Drive. Yellow mum and satin brocade dress with gold accemorie a cuffee Friday afternoon In honor with their son and daughter In
table Place card were of bridal glad were In the living and dining .. Her corsage wa* awhile of Mrs. R. W. D. Walker who Is law Mr. and Mrs. Spence Mo

The. room and fruit highlightedthe orcHd. visiting her mother Mrs. W. S. CalLMrs.
hostesses presented the honoree breeieway. Mother of the groom wore a BeU. Autumn flowers wen at Interest Elliott WhKehunt, Jr. and Thanksgiving
Oakland ConcrtU with a sugar hell In her dee Winters of high and bingo were three piece brown and beige knit points in the party rooms. daughter Mn. Bill Arnold and

en silver pattern. awarded a silk scarf and a box of suit with brown accessories and dose friends of the honoree a daughter Vk-kl) of WIlliston spent
Products Company Among the guest were the stationery.At wore a white orchid corsage. former QuIncy resident' """re1IUf'Ia. Tuesday and Wednesday hen with
Alls losttck and mother o Mh couple Mn Homer conclusion ot three progrea- Following the eereirxmy the her parents' Mr. and Mrs. Otho
flirt and Mrs. U. C Laraen.' slap the hostess served an attractive bride parent* entertained with Edwards. NOVEMBER
John Thomson I alad plate with coffee' reception: at the church parlor Mrs. Henry Holley, Mrs. R D.
HIM MAht T-IOM Floyd Sober Jr., student at Abraham Mn. le R. Munroe and Mn White a glads, mum. and porn pool Birth Announcement Woodward Jr., Mrs. Dewey Johnn .
Baldwin College, spent t eweekend playing and Mr Phil will
Fisher William wen guests arrangement was \ Spean
In a fan shaped Lt and Mr. Paul D. Mones of
with till parent I III club.Duplicate attend committee '
with the at a focal point Ivy and white Honolulu announce the birth of a a meeting at
FSU Nov. 13 Education of
lat on
entwined In the
flower were son October 27. He weighed seven
I Bridge Club tice. The bride' table wa coveted pounds and two ounces and has Women, appointed by Dr. Gordon

Meets With Mrs. Mercer by a lace doth and centered been named Daniel Charles. Blackwell.
,
Mrs. Faulk and Mrs. Henry
s *e by the three' tiered cake which Henry ,
I decorated with silver wedding The couple hat another son age Welnberg Jr. have returned
The Tuesday morning duplicate was two and a halt yean.Mn from Birmingham where theyeprnt
flanked bya
bell and white tows,
bridge club met with Mrs. Mel'C'f'rRllhup
Miss .
of three branched divercandeishne Moses to the former several days.Mr.
pair
allHowen
this week. Orforful ( holding pink candle.1 Mary Charles Davis. and Mrs. D. T. Ruff of
,
>I', "" were at Interest points In The bride' bouquet completed Lexington. Miss, arrived yellerday
the home. Snnd* es.digs .
IOU r1'on'l ,spacious crackers cake, coffee and the decor of the table. The cake I Card of Thanks to spend several day with
jr was rut by Mn Lewis Gllhert. I Dr. and Mrs a D. Blackwelder. f
Cora Colas were aerved Novelties -
Miss Monelle Vincent student b
awarded for The punch table was covered I wish to express my sincere
i were were Mn prbea.Winnen Douglass by a white:: \lace cloth and white I thanks to the doctor and thenurses at Wesleyan College\ spent theweekend '( ILIL'

kr now x Brook and Mn. George Monroe flowers and Ivy *urmund and Mrs. B. D. Blarkweld
and bowl. Mrs. Gene Allen poured" and neighbors for their kind visitsto
tint M... Albert K.wke
war :hes- M....,Kenneth Maxwell second and Floor hostensr were Mn L. D. see me while I was a patient In er have aa weekend guests Mr
and Mrs. D. T. Ruff of Lexington
Mr*. JU-nry Weinberg and Mn Bales Mrs. Cecil Ellt. M... John the Gadidm County Hospital i
now Sillier third. Fortenherry. Mn. Lewis Strom Their visits helped me so very Texas.
,
Byron
.... I and Mn Raymond Dreher much I also want to thank every Mrs. Audrey Hancock was
e' our Mrs. Moulton' kept the ate' who so kindly gave me Slew among lives attending the District
ey Mrs. J. C. Hinson hrtle OO.7 which was on a table 1 en and other nice gift*. Cancer meeting at Wakulla

Hostess At Bridge highlighted by a branched silver Mr*. U R. Walsh Lodge Thursday.Mrs. .
candelabra holding whit tapenAsaating C A. Brink Jr. la attending Let us

Mn J. C Hlnint was Metro in serving were Misses a conference la Winter Park
to her bridge dub Tuesday. Colorful Rosemary Bank. Patricia Bale Mr. and Mrs. L. M. May and tor older Youth and Adult She freshen up

flowers and fruit were at In- Nancy Dreher, Peggy Gilbert, friends' have returned from a vacation will then visit a week la Belle

de!sit points. Sandra FortPn"""",, Arm On at Bnerald Crest Their Glade with her husband your
wont/ o(1 Acwclcr M.... J. Lloyd Massey won high Sylvia Johnson. Theresa' and liar daughter Mrs. George Lngg*. and Mr. and Mrs. W. U Robinson. feastin' clothes
core, Mn. R. D Wonrtwtrd. Jr, riett inn. sister* of the bride. daughter ot Pena sofa were wMi of Columbus. Ga.. en route to Miami

mend high and Mrs T R. Smith M.... Winston McLenVn and them at_the_gulf. spent the weekend with Mn before 'n' after

low. They received' Iw. for Mn. Joan Smith aim assisted
107 East Jefferson eel Quincy Florida prises.During. Mn. II. J. tJ1'ff1 Davis directed with our quality

I the afternoon coffee andsnacks the wedding 1\11'1. Harold Bevis
were terved.Mn. had chart of the reception. Mrs. MERRILL'SHave
Wt rtcommtnd BULOVA R. W. D. Walker, who U James PfVU and Mrs. C W. IUr- SANITONEDrycleaning

visiting her mother, Mr. W. S bin decorated the parlor.

mrm Bell, was remrmberrd with a When the couple left en thrirWMitnnc
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CADSDEN COUNTY =m QliyCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1(64 PAGE E''. Fx ,
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Episcopal 1: RECREATION I -
RESOLUTIONS I -JH4iJe .


Church Holes of theCHATTAHOOCHEE NEWS i WASHINGTON


truss Sb PauTs HIGH SCHOOL Bjr Dam June

N We talked at the Ministerial AiDelation ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1964-1965 Wednesday. Oct. S8th nine remits MARCH OF EVENTS

meeting yesterday abou : Jaycee Tiger JO, E> sovin' SWITCH mu DOMtSTtC POUCH' !
Thanksgiving Day and 1 am sun WHEREAS, the welcome extended by Mr. Colon change Bulldog 0; American Legion I

that my confrere of the clergy behalf of the Senior doss and faculty was sinely *:. ''i Blue Devils IS, KlwanliHornets OOUDIO IN MTSTIIY HOIAIIY 110 PACTOI

would agree with me In saylni appreciated, and i I 0. i iI By HENRY OATnOART
I In the first of two games played' Control Pass W that we hope everyone In Quincy WHEREAS the class xhlblts the student Wednesday afternoon at Arty
I will make It lass business tI1 by body TTTASHTXQTON mwnlng of the leadership chant lit
Meld the Jaycee trounced the Exchange
offer thanks to Almighty God 011 deserve praise from the Alumni Association and 390. The Bulldog held 1 W Russia probably wilt be clouded In mystery for month Meome

< 'a that day, and that such thank WHEREAS the Alumni Associations: officers and the Tiger to only two touchdowns but high-placed U. 8. government official are convinced

should be offered In church. The committee who prepared for the splendid occasion ,in the nut half, but fell to a barrage that R\llalall.Amertoaa relation played a minor role In the
other churches will have a joint have lour touchdown there matter.At .
and who given unselfishly and tirelessly o! o
observance at the First BaptisChurch after. Five different Tiger got this writing domeitto policies to the U.8.S A. are given top
their .Sort*, therefore, justly deserve the highest
and we will have our 'into the scoring art with Ben ranking as the factor that caused On downfaU of NUtlta Khruah.
traditional observance commendation and credit Therefore be it resolved :
In this
Bruce Wentworth strained
Duncan Jr. and ch.. Running a doe second Is the
church. The hour for both sere that the Alumni Association of the Chattahoochee pacing the group with I touchdown relationship between Russia and Red China.

for Ices i* at 10 to.be.m"out, late of bed enough and High School thank Mr. Coly the school faculty and e.,.... Johnny Living and I.. the context ef Soviet attitudes ) hrusbsI .

everyone the Senior Class for the welcome xtended. A Bob Chandler each scored a ron "Olbaral.'' opposed
early enough for only the turkey] special tot I chew was claaained as a a*
to be itutfed and roasting. Makiyour thanks to Mr. Barnett for the wonderful program Tommy Peacock running 1 to tome other Russian leader who advocateda
A *. Duncan picked up extra
plans now to be in attendance rendered by the talented students of the school point. "hard" line toward their own people and

We entered into Christ'i In the nightcap the American toward other, capitalist oountrle
Holy Catholic Church through the WHEREAS the catering service by Mr. Loren How. Legion blanked the Klwanl! 114 It Is Interesting therefore to not that the

sacrament of Holy Baptism administered ell merits the deep appreciation of the Alumni Association. with all the toorlng coming In tilt acknowledged new No. 1 man to Ruasla, Party

on All Saint'i Day Therefore be It resolved that the Alumni lAt half Fullback Jack Carry iMr Leader Leonid X. Breihner, ha been talking

Caroiarm Dsenhart, infant daughter Association of the Chattahooche High School thank plunged over from 2 yard out e la terms of more consumer good for the
of Mr. and Mr Donald WD-
with 138; on the clork In the third Russian people. To the extent that lie backs
W welcome Mrs. Howell for the luncheon and
son Elsenhart banquet. other TD wa made
period. The up his word with actions, It will tend to fur
Into the community and Into out by Russell Marsh from the two. Uenl1 lieiHne then tension between the Rustlans and
Parish family Mr. and Mrs. Joe B* it further resolved that lane Perry and Jimmy took from Jody ease
Marsh a pass
Williamson and children, formerly Thompson Jr. be accepted as members of the Alum. Thomu for the one pointer to cap the capitalist world.White .
Thar 1s eonoera Washtngtoa
f of Miami and Tallahassee mm up always
ni Association sine the tenth
they completed grad the scoring.
living on North Monroe Street School I sow t about taking Russian ladspronounownents
District Meeting of the Women of! at Chattahooche High Monday, November I game remits at face value however. They must think pee

the Church will be held on Tuesday B* it further resolved that a of these resolutions will be In next week s paperThe BUfalljr, tots and It I* not unreasonable to soeum that at I....
Miss Carolyn Annette Horde I November 10, at TrInIty copy final score were Jaycee TVtrn some of their words directed toward attracting the favor of
be sent to the local the Cadsden
Church Apalachlcola. As thii U paper County 11, Chatlahoochee t on tarry their own people can be classified a* "campaign oratory."
The engagement of Miss Carolyn Annette Horde to the laat meeting st which our own Times, the School Board and a copy entered in Meld. On Doyle Conner Field Washington has long held to a theory that as Russia advanos

James Wiley Daniel Jr. of Tallahassee, 1* announced by Mr*. G. Lamar Munroe Sr., will the minutes of the Association. Exchange BulMog It, Rotary Its people will demand a higher standard of living If the liberal

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L Hard. of Quincy. preside we hope that St. Paul'swill righting Irish 18.I Xhnishchsv fall because his policies did not meat thee boa saa

Miss Hardee is a graduate of Quincy High School : have meeting a good I* scheduled represcntstion.Tax to begin : Respectfully submitted, I bog demands It can be assumed that the new laaWahlpII
Mrs. Carln H. Ham Leaden
She attended business school and is the that day sVnrtag make 'VOI.t.r efforts to do so.
employed by st 10.30: am. 10
Mrs. Louis R. Musgrov D. Finer, Otattalxmrhee This Is assns It
the tfguredoutthat
precisely way the Washington theory
kind of convalescence
Gadsden County Board of Public Instruction a. With the 10I <
secretaryIn a Chandler, Jayree
from Miss Hazel Stewart pressure from within Ruwla Itself will Itlmataly
Bradley Munroe I* staging I 40
the SchoolMr. J. LegionR.
Quincy Elementary his recent siege of Illness and surgery Cnrry 40 force It toward more onnaideraUo for the welfare of Re people

Daniels Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wiley I can draw only one of two Brannan Marsh Legion KlwanlsJ. U at the expanse of slowing down Its military preparednee
R. ,
Daniels of Tallahassee. A graduate of Ft. Myers High ,conclusions or both: Either the ( Hunt Rotary program.

School Mr. Daniels attended Massey Business College 'Lord Is with him, or he's made out Homemakers B. Kentworth, Jaycee : e e a

in Jacksonville. H. is presently employed by Sears Roebuck 'of rubber! lies got more bounce R. Fletcher, Legion It ) BEST InLElt-l'rtdlellbl, the Warren Oommlseton Report

Co., Tallahassee. '''ID the ounce than I do (but not Commemorative J. Embry, Rotary 17 on the .....hlaUoa tt President Kennedy would be a government

will be announced later Photo u many ounce), and F&nI1I1)1had AROUND U Pitts, ChattahoocheeMMge I' beet-eaUer. Even at'$ .25 and $J.15 a copy, soft-back and
Wedding plans by she' to on wheat germ
go
AvailableOn bard-back It has had the Initial demand ot done
,
Stamp greatest any
The
Photo Studio & Flower Shop. to keep up with him JIUl"pie The < Football
ment
heart goes to Arthur Munroe, at.adlIogi.o.t printed by the Government Printing Office
strut last Friday October 6. 1984 Postmaster la the first day It was offered It sold 10,000 onple. In lee
who broke a wing
for next month and planned that General John A. Gronouskl announced SQUARE American LegionChattahoochee 5 I
night In the football lame.We're I than a month Ita sale have gone over the 100,000 mark. An
it would be held at Judy Russell'i sorry he' grounded, but the design of the Homemaker sr sibs. *I a Initial printing of 60,000 copies was quickly exhausted and as.

home. Kay then dismissed the oon The commemorative postage Rotary ether larger well Its to .
e he'll be flying again stamp to be Issued October 2t. Jaycee Tigers I printing* on way depletion.The
Vestry meets on Tuesday ot this Ktwanii Hornets I' governs ent's sales continue to run high even though
meeting.Robbie Susan Story, coming week at 5 p.m. In the The stamp, which salutes DM Exchange Bulldog 0' several other private printing are available at lower eoet These
rate of American womankind In
House This 1* written
ReplX'teroIL'NIPER Pariah editions run Into millions of septet,
election making a house a home, will have
heat and furore of
In the e e e emi
Jt'MPER34H coming a first day ceremony In Honolulu, Mrs. McPherson
CUB MEETS day, and between and talking people about the Hawaii, in conjunction with UM Thing are picking up. Home' e POLL TAEERS-The outcome of the British election
and going coming at Quincy High will bP caused of America's moat to
annual meeting of the National some prestigious opinion sampler
4-H dub know what'alOIne
The Juniper Jumper I hardly Here
October 21 election Extension! Homemakers CounciL November 20 Thanksgiving\ will Succumbs heave a large sigh of nil.?. It demonstrated that new pott
met Wednesday at on. Oops! Her we go Tuiwcot
be November 28. The
The also I tribute to taking technique have proved themselves reasonably .
stamp a
:
the home of Mr Adrian Fletcher again, with a story shout a down- and
with 14 member and eight at-thbeel \ \ old gentlemen, the SOth anniversary of passage will Queen be Junior Mitt Pageant Funeral service were conducted accurate there, and they feel this win P.easi
November 28.
visitor present. Merilyn Haire, madly In need of barber and haberdasher of the Smith-Lever Act. legislationthat \ for Mr. Irene MrPherson,. (0, ot alee be Ut* ease Mitt the V. B, elections.
4-H Club president, called the meeting to who has Just come Into opened the way to improvedhome Speaking of Homecoming en Quincy at I.:SO Monday afternoonin What gave them the most satisfaction wa Aetwrate

order. Jane Smith rave the devotionaL the local Goldwater headquarters,' life throughout America by loyed the Carter Parramcre the Thnma Memorial Baptist that several concerns with several techniques III Britain
News ViewsThe Leslie Halve led the and given a five dollar campaign providing home economic experts ikxm-ca tang Parade. Always get Church with the Rev. Guy R.Wade practically hit the British outcome on the had

Bandcttc 4-H Cub, under 1 pledge to the American and 4-H contribution, making everybody, to advise women on better ways a kick out uf the marching bend officiating. Interment was These earn technique an being employed In the U. t operatloil
M feed and clothe their tamlllei and the Tiny Tot Nursery float In Flat Creek Cemetery.Mr .
and Carol Wagner led us And I haven't evenb '
Flags
about
just cry. This does not mean that the validity of the current U. aV
the leadership of Mrs. John Russell of Jeanie The National Extension Homemaker Understand both PTA CamlvaU *. MrPheraon, a lifetime we
In the ringing a ong.
voted yet! political polls have been beyond a doubt The two eoun-
held their monthly meeting Suber called the roll and read Council I* made up of tad a good turnout and the Mont of Cadeden County, wi a proven ,
on October 12 at the home of Kay the minutes of the previous meet. nearly 700,000 women who serve Sock Hop wu a big success. One member of the Thomas Memorial trial differ quite sharply In their politic.
Wolfe. I ing. It wu announced that Anne u local leaden assisting ernie mother said "her young son complained Baptist Church. She .passed away Britain for example, reacts far more predictably on Mtlonal

Kay served dell Sober our Council Delegate, hadplsrmi 4,000 United Slate Department the next day that his lent Sunday morning at the Cadiden policies'a opposed to local or regional eonalderaUone, The U I.
clous Upon refreshments arriving,t of punch, cake 1 i second In the State Home of Agriculture home demonstration hurt. "Your legs?" she said with County Hospital oa the outer hand, has never been able to separate the local and

Economics Award Program. surprise. Survivor Include three sons, .national. factors In IU voters' pref.rear ( .
The meeting wu
and pretzels. agents.cokwflil .1 _
the 5-ccnt damp recapture lope !you are feeling bitter, Gardner MrPhenon.. Hollywood,
to order by Kay 1 several Items and
called discussed
W
then bit of Americana P' unt. That throat plus Winter Haven,
Alle a homespun strep Guy A. Mdtienon.
glance The Pledge Bowman of Susan Clark presented the pro T for It stimulates the needlework glandular fever I* some comb and They J. Mcl-nereon, Quincy; WEEKLY CROSSWORD
was led by Nancy gram. The meeting wu adjourn of the ampler, on whir! nail.... three daughter Mrs. Louis Mo-
Robbie Susan Story which Mrs. UU 10. II Chess
which ed at 4:30 after
after : crosictltched Have been around In are Mrs. Edith: J
women of another era you lee Tallahassee" =
led the group In the Pledge of the Haire, Mrs. M. N. Smith, Jr I. sheep. onto 4
In Might Men Wheat at flheller-Blllchl and Mrs y
motto and design Haste, Jacksonville "
4-H Flag. Roll call was taken by and Mrs. R. G. Wagner, swished colors. She JaM received the moat delirious Margaret fluner, Shuncy; three emo.rl DOWN 11,1'1_ C
Kay and the following memberswere Mrs. Fletcher In serving hamburger Merchant" J.floIllIooIC amMarIn. ,
Is Christmas fruit cakes Wauchula
the 1\orU.talllalllP -
Shown on brother, Hardy Klnney ,.
Wolfe, Judy cookies and hot funny 18 Wrath
i present: Kay Robbie *, potato chip, a farm scene In which husband, and they really lade as good u Ibwmce Kinney, Lady Lake, 5.Cuckce 11.Cable
BowmAn. I. Golf terra
Russell, Nancy chocolate t
wife and mall ion land beside homemade one*. And they comeIn and CUude Kinney Lake fUrld:
Susan Ltttrell Story,Edenileld.Susan McPhersonand The minutes Rosalyn Fletcher Girl Scout their home watching their cow' all stirs tno. 11 grandchildren and It greatrenoVhlMmk flit a- P.::I.MII ftbersI
reporterHospital dee Baked first fruit cake of tit.year Oaie lit'a \
of the lut meeting were read grazing peacefully. A tame my ( ,Pcea u, L v5&RabblI .
the background and last weekend. It took five soda Funeral .
Robbie Susan Story in the ab- NewsCadette watches from The Butler'Morgan NaUnllal with '
by of the Secretary, Linda Report before the house I* a small pond half hour to bake and weighed. Home wu ta charge of arrangemanta. IL A hard IIIIblllll 01 a
ante stood In which duck paddle. eight pound. Part of It Is already IIeotiIn4 eWMII ,...
Sharon Cross. They spproved Troop 148 met Nov. :2 tradition of th early quarts .
loA In tile .
read. Admissions October 27 to November U. .lIItaII' i. Organ ttl It, Rdean. .
a* : Hazel Strom. at the Presbyterian Church We American sampler, the woman And aren't the new phone books Clubby blaring ItkIYI40 I"U. Aflerncoa
2-
The program was then given by Mrs. finished planning for the Jucuse not Nature, decide what colors sharp limiting Key T.Eupunged s. chase
Mr*. Shirley Clark. She gave u* J. T. Patterson, Mrs. Rebecca. Camp at Silver Lake. WedurussM are to go wtwo.... There Is a pur Cangratulatlona the Cart Hasenberg = ea s. Inter alyar. I7.:':oIU.
Mr Glen-
W. L. Gilbert
an Interesting talk "on "How to 1 Presnell plans tor a rampart at Mrs. pie tree and a red woman and a on the birth of their _m. Blwlwr Lute .Osenlf.ruoo U.R.abty ttl ..hHIIIIrubI
Plan Our Wardrobe. W* all felt ,da Bern-field, Mrs. Murnl Buck Munrot's later this month. Other purple man and so on and the Cart wu telling me the other U J'l1.1Iu.t bsrrse .1. IIow 01 C
this wu very beneficial and well I Mr*. Bernice Whittle Mrs. DillY plan were discussed for later result I 11 both quaint and whimsical. morning what a good Inotball At our regular meeting an Monday > 17.alit tIIrdI 110.Chant weed

timed a* we are all trying to learn 'Hazenbert, James 11 (bx, MrsJulia this year Including a party In player his boy to going to be. November I, the Key Club 2$.Countala II Wullln 52. tike U.Gain

the art of planning wardrobe and Bsur Mrs. Patricia Ann anuary. Mrs. Hewett and' Mr*. Above the farmhouse hover a Well, we did get some trick or vied eight new member ..... away of a U. EmJllctarna..
winter Is so close. Kay then gave Bower all ot Quincy; Mr Linda McCall will go on the JucaaseOampout purple eagle wing spread and retten mil Halloween. After four They are Senior*- Tommy 10. talc roadbed halUe1011
an exhibit on Child Care. To demonstrate Sue Moore, Mill Elizabeth Funlerburke. with our troop. claws clutching two American wave of them cam around I I Smith and Hugh Nicholson; Jun-

her exhibit she had made ( Havana; Mrs. Virginia We've missed Mrs. Munroe'i lags. Upper left appear "U. S." ran out of apple and had to give 'loll, Charlie LaRarre and Craig tt,Ong I Co a eI1.

a poster showing the name of Godwin, William Howard Dkson *- iresence because of her husband' Inpu rpl. To the rt&l1lla "6c" hired them little boxee of cerml. Gin.,1 rtcMlllan; Snphomnree Frank Dewekx4.50p.

books she had read to a child, a James W. Robinson. Greensboro line**. It wu nice to have her "Homemakers" purple appear the dog, just 'bout barked herself' Munme, Crevea Williams, George t.
toy she had made for the child to : Mrs. Irene Jones, Verna back. at the bottom :the stamp, imams at all the costumed little !lUhler and Winston Order ae.Theatse I'
I
play with and a musical Instrument Joyner Mrs. Grace King, Chat Vance Hewett, and the (ampler" decorative border people dashing about I Me welcome thea ynung men attendant II

which the child enjoyed taboo<.hN; J. J. Flnutf. Mrs. Carolyn Troop Scribe vertical left and light appear The doctors were kept busy at Into our dub and we believe that .1. h
a If
playing with. She also had the King lloaford; Mr Ma Bell This past week at our meeting thdamp green. he football game the other night they repreennl the diversity needid 'f'I'h" :

book, the toy, and the musical Wester Grand Ridge: Miss Judy we planned making Oulitmai Th red, green and purple administering to the wounded on to make for .n effective orlanliaflmi /LOrhnl .
Instrument on display for us to Bishop, Snead and Mr. Jennie for our mother We had cur I* printed on whit. paper the fMd and In the dressing coven qualities of leader- N. Large sash [I' to II

see. It was a good exhibit and Hansford, Marlene flag stint*, or horseshoe and said M which had previously been R was nice to see Frank Baker hip, and s love of country, enmmurtty at U M tlI"
showed a lot of work on Kay' our Girl Scout Promise.. Then printed crosehatrh of yellow to and Fain Ponprll hnked real and srhnnt Thle tree =5'sslnUs 11
BIRTHS: Mr. and Mae George twhllt landsome h his uniform, the Mai number of Key Oubhento
part. we went outside to play n bnulate linen. The yellow wu L. 11
W. men discussed our meetingSugary Br tefleld, girt Oct 30; Mr. and before time to go home. applied by dry offset from deep Happy birthday, Sassy Sorrywe 14. abbe.h. 0 0 0

____ Mrs. Paul Godwin, twin girls. Oct Linda Vickers etched plate, this becoming the can't taah you Our former Mai membershiprepresented Atutndet U I' M w IA 15 s4
30; Mr. and Mrs. Ctrl Haxenberg. Cat time that the Bureau of Engraving but we will be JCRi-: about you the minimum number abbr.4e .

boy Nov. 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Randohjh and Printing hu combined Py4>y* for this weekl.. Come of number for a aired the sue of oa top 11 i. titI3. ..
Sam King girl, November 1. offset with Intaglio In damp bark to see me. Oulncy High. W* have therrfur : loon gd1tgypt. 0:

production. This method was used nriMaM our membenhlp under ., \t : l"" 4e 41u -
bl II4M4 by the American Banknote Sales IncreaseAt our by-laws ae that we might be tL Pap
LouisianaYamsDeltciwM'w Company to produce the Overrun I more effectIv.service organiseDim. Y a rose 44 .. 4s
CnunlrM serie I ...inett.eI7.

Norman T r1IU1lrt'. s memberof Winn-Dixie 1 At our meeting Monday we werehnmrad .Cussk4 l.' 44I.ri ,

the 0tUtN'lIP Advisory by a former Key Clubber,

f Committee and a New York advertising Wlrm-Mxle Sleeve, Inc. open the Rev Thwaa CWUm of the : a 41 toill.
8 Pled Church. Mr. CMttne Anfnai e
agency art dimctnr do ting 614 supermarket bi this Baptist
lilted the design of th* Homemakers are and tfimughnut the Rnulh, was our Brat speaker and .sineExchange
stamp. Richard M. Bower engraved renrd a III percent sale Increase he encouraged u* to shsys. cup- .

the vignette, eagle and ornaments during the lore week pepbed port our churche. lie stated we
AfI9 SrL : dennrnlnarim and "lettering ended October IT are able to enme rlnser to Gr land Hears 701. ft 5
able to hear Urn .peak"mane .
are by Howard r IBiarple The volume wa Kit 071.217
Print order for tile GInrtI during rleerty 0wre. Ills adorer Textbook
compared with I&UO..071 Report
was quite Inepulng.Longitudinal # 0
I 120 mllJInft. the correspnndlnf pwlml ledyear
-- bwrease of "' ."' J20. )116111'66
stripe an reennraMe TJue In Urk of furvls, Inner tthe
.W 4 ended V
sale hr me l' week p > '
for *. like On at fhe MiamiVequerlunt. I Q rtbntiks In our sure are .J..a'
those who Oct 17 were 127101,401 /
make II appear ea tt tirt and o npl.tvly worn uutrtire
Pack 20S O* Scouts wU meet compared with $ ,nuu. a they are etinrtwg Mil while hi ; they are repuiced Dr
,
U the '.111 11 percentRe -
Episcopal Church tin of or
reality they are rwlmmlng rapidly I r.red T mer t Wd the metnnen efhe
M Toeeday. November 10th atr.Msm. PERSPIREHEAVILY
I Qirinry Eufhamt Ou last
away.
All Cub careful about making
prom-
ioouts
who are ; 1 w edneeday. Or. Tomer I r the dt- INSECTICIDES
registered to Dens I. I and I are toes; arm of them ran be *n seer Inetnrtlan WIll lie stat.f.p.rva.eN .

weed to attend. Also new arnutsue krted to enurtPositive I i of CiJurtkB II.. SOIL FUMIGANTS
DON'T
CAtEJ"HTWith ke het Dm Women win be aoAppetite] date of nnrld

ideate and Mr*. Bob Munme. I Protection |nti.Mlmd by prngrvn rtwlr- I1tLERS
A Sew ul""-per.pfr> WEED
Pack Maser WIll preside at Has
Your mail Cart !Rude the guest spoke
ass that really vwket
Bret meeting of the year. Soiree... ..,. ..... Against TERMITES! ? ullinH **ne it lie many! prb-

F-0-G'DOWH leas fnr mutj who Kd wed ki keepmg our **** tntmas -
Mrs. Smith 86, I despaired of efbrtn* us to dale.gowtal SOUTHERN

gum* whe were preaenli

OW""I FLEX.0$4J 3, th+t II.en. Dies October 29 ANTI.PlR8'rKANT h.,. set a 0m hand r>pnrt on ourratbn
:....,.,.. ib* Uuly' dry for t attuettn were .... Dew CHEMICAL
.. elf esteaiag NOW "tbe. ...... ., ,,,'.'ut .*..n.acu. ** > Ibrp. w. M. Imp

(doors, window*, poedia) thai CnwaId. IIt'Whot ..... Positive .. C.llp.I'll. wt Rap 1.d Arrlwton.rjunr Sales 1 & Service
let ill eold winter drafto. Jest Acted tor Mrs. NUe Snath. M.of eempttte (MU... U swraul wmeIvktlrLnoe i iera. the Bwin* J. Rklmer .
.
cat ,r.r,'* H.EX.OCLAISwith : Cretna to the Woodvule Cemetery ''skis ski. .d dothrag se made ... + WrodueH Jby tsnsiH

shears, lack ewe erses.eter Leo Gaily at I Vdorkrnrfey J'.sew type tt ionmile rat Walter Dover a* "Girt and Inc.
.
.
afternoon with the Rv. L I djvlg sr i-rtui j, CJI ......"
frames few law ee.4 ...... ***rasan e4 ,red"" toy hi Key toaughier hi
f f ,,...die.. w.,.'. geaelae, B. Thnmaam officiating.Bora WMtvorUiy ao..r4W abuses W Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Box 3 Ph. MA 74101
eryelaUiear IT-UXJ-CLASS I to Cklre. Mr* Smtth bad wwy. tM i .,.,t,. MM plea ttrmts tanked end Walter la the em ,

..... fer year at a fractie hell most ef her life to FVrtla.Ox ,tea At heeding. dreg s4 liJ.lelry :ere!..w. =-= ii Mr. and Mrs. If B. Duver.a QUINCY. FLORIDAHARRISON

the eoet ef glaaa. Only trot wu s member of the Crews .*....,.. Oeatle Reid w sir+M yen _Iwe. i
Church. oraxile 4s..eeSt. Religo., M unWstanl U.
with patented ; *. .* 0.5
Mrs.
-qaar* yai4 at yew fatal lord. Seat* Lid at borne last ,11u... KeM."'- (Useesceeslee I .p:lee wr'ra.se :..ew errs svdw..y, el_Idle.
were K hsmber .... f we eel -- ---
'n-Iq. pe>splrlle*>-for I -- ---
Balance your wist it ., several ***_'/ eyeee beep eedeeeraM = :::: =-= ,..
= -
YOU MAY GETFLEXOGLASS -
and budget cs asd sey..... .,. a ess Mow Yes !.* Yen Drew, AUTO PARTSUSED
meals your AT The Boiler.Morga* Flawralfinme H.-AI. c- ie.ssleSI. 5mew.- km* Yew rnenlpue. .T*U

with delicious Sugary WB to charge ef arrangePstnsnesi ,,--- pens .... u. ... eh..r wrest CARS
..... F. P.
Sam Louisiana Yams. Bell & BalesHardware oeauT May USED PARTS for aU makes

At your poctrs 'lntti and employees efhe CROUCH'SRECALL See or sail yew beef Irake Drug Co. ol Can and Trucks
....... SUM Parkway merry
can. DRUGS .... or Peel k levke 21HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
stnnded
big yellow rails gas te serer anlertets. Phon. 627-7801
tf ym naa eal ef gsa Preserrksg Ceei>s ,. wr Birr JUNXZD CAM
Qulnqr. Florida raise fto anod of lour ear a* s QUINCY. FLORIDA Phew moMl _. Flo.
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",Hit li/GHT!: CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY-,-FLORIDA_THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1M4 _
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TRIM FOOT FOR HOK
Cayson Named
Las Vegas Two Sea Dtan

pkesfo THE Crew Leader orthopedic specialists reported tt

the Western Orthopedic Assod, :
I : FARM For '64 Census !Ion meeting that "'11II1I female*

would rather be dead than out nlbunion.

FRONT Albert G. Csysan of BIau..li-. ." As I result they said 11
It own has been named a crew leader was easier! to operate to make the
for the 1S84 Census ot Agricul
"BY DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER lure Thomas W. McWl rtPr, dl- foot fit the shoe than get them to
the foot. The answer Is
rector of the regional office U fit to
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE the U. S. Bureau of the ORISUI at surgically shave down the heel
Atlanta announced today. The bones and remove_ _the pump. _bump
new creaw leader ii one of about
Florida growers and rancher I 1,823 persons throughout U S-
I who are hopeful thry can find. busheli average In the 1835-30' to receive this appointment. I LEAF
new markets abroad will be Interested period to more than 107 million The new crew leader will supervise
atWALL'S In prospects lot a new plar bushels last season. a team of census enumera,
King Cole Super Market to stimulate U. S. export Total output for all of Europe ton: who will visit all farms and THEATRE
Reported In the November issue last season was 394.3 million hushel ranches In Gadsden County to col
of the Florida Journal of f compared with 2482 million tact official census quesllonnalrei
Cummerli: a propoul for t 3(1) from farm operators. Enumeration
In 1950.51 In the Southern Hem-
!per cent tax credit on exporproflta I will Thurt. FrU Sat.Unthinkable .
(sphere, where of all farms In the county
: applet are
grown
I said to be "In the mill In commercial volume (Argentina take place In November and early

CHUCK BEEFROAST up In Washington. Australia Chile, South Africa and December !
Revealed recently by a Depart. New Zealand) total production The census will be taken In To MM
moot ot Commerce official, the! climbed from 25 million busheli the following way Shortly after
proposal appears to be gaining I In 199041 to nearly 44 million In November S, the Bureau of the
widespread support among Com ll1 3.e4. Census an agency of the U. S The
lb.43C mere department official, and i Department: of Commerce, will
among members of Congress, the Japan and Turkey have more mall census questionnaires to all
Administration\ and Indtntry In; the than doubled 14 their. production In rural boxholden. Those requiredto I UnsinkableMolly
general. 'It adopted by the new, past years.Want HU out the forma should do so
Congress," the Journal reports and hold the questionnaires until
'' "the tax credit plan would otfei ,a census enumerator comes to Brown
SHOULDER ROUNDROAST the strongest inducement yet (or 1; To Lose collect them. At that time, the
more American firms to enter ex enumerator will help answer any
:/ port trade and to enewirage pops: Weight Safely? queiUoni that may have proved Starring
ent exporters to expand their operations troublesome.The .
w4 i far beyond any current t I crew leader Is I key person Dtbbl Reynolds.
'i lb.53c By Alma WarrMWant Census of
efforts.1 In conducting a
Hare Pr. .ll
I n
Agriculture.\ He recruits and
Only recently hal American I to have a streamlined
i business been prodded to go looking figure and safeguard your health trains: the enumerators schedule
ALSO
: far more business abroad. ]I[ against diseases caused by over- their work, reviews the accuracyof
.. weight completed forms, and conducts
.' BEEF BRISKET"STEW recall comments from Washington
it, .;" that It looked Uke a lot of r The key to achieving and keepIng difficult Interviews.The Bddl Show
manufacturer have been dragging i a pleasing flgutes/ to improve Census of Agriculture li Saturday"The
I their feet, either satisfied with I your eating habits, according to taken every five yean In years
the business they are doing in thepronpermii nutritionists with the Florida Agricultural ending In "4" and "9" to gather
; 23 C U. S. market or unawart Extension Service. Information on the natton'i agrfc MainAttraction"
r of the big opportunities (ot They strew that you can km cultural resources and production
.. > '" lb. IIf'IUnlheir product In many foreign weight safely and comfortably Such Information is vital In making
countrlei without drugs or starvation method decisions affecting many segments
of the U. S. Data
economy
.
In the three therehai !
past yean gathered Include the number and
It'i those extras that tat
been 27 cent InneaseIn you
a per
'
:' FRESH GROUND U S. exports and 4000 new, but don't need that put on those! size of of farms, livestock acreage and Inventories harvest Sun.. Mon.
extra Reduce cropi
pound calories
,exporters have come Into the field
and Information on farm
Total number of U. S. export trienu but dent, such sacrifice as proteins essential, vitaminsind nu. equipment( and Improvements and A Woman Who R..
) firms hal climbed to ISOOO
f1I ,,, C minerals income and tome production expend tumid to Corrupt a
RFFF
3 Food manufwturen have to, To help retrial the mid mot'ning
The Information will be publish'! Town that Taught
IB. give How attention to every detail snack Mart the day with a well .
of their planning for the Introduction balanced breakfast, ed mining In 1803 for counluro.states Her Corruption .
The American Dietetic AssoHa- and the nation
: of new product
Ion lists several for
I The product Itself may be something proposals "The Visit"Starring
better
menu planning ChattahoocheeNews
,
roniumern ant But a manufacturer
A pint of whole milk li accept-
miss the boat by
may able for IdulllA pint of iktm
,falling to p i('kize It In a manner .
or non fat dry milk, however, may
FRESHg4PORKCHOPS to develop a high degree ot con-
be substituted, smx it contain
: tumrr preference only half as many calories II Mrs J R Duncan and three Ingrid Bergman.
I I Instant mteflpoUlo flake are Me milk. chlldl'Pn1'1'1' greats of her parents
f; I,an example Similar new prod Vegetables srteued from theollowing Mr and Mm J A Mnntrine Anthony Quinn
Sets, like instant white potatoes or group are especially low ,of DewoodMr ,
Instant chopped onion, have been In caloric value: Anparagu, hroc- *, J, W Wells and four chit
.r nuccemifully marketed In loll roll, carrot, green beans kale, 'dren from Fort Walton Beach listed Tue. W.d.
,
1 CUTS FIRST CUTS I pouches contained in paprr bnxeiManulacrurrri quash, spinach, turnip greens, their grandmother Mrs J. L
...- I i lnlurm'rmI: lettuce, and other greens, lama- Davit lint week Double Horror
y method of pile .
tops I'I'll'ryIrumhPl1. beet Freddie Bnmrtt of Orlnndo visited -
I that they delayed Introducing In. cabbage, eggplant, onions, rutabagas relatives and friends here recently Feature
aural' swell potmoflakes until a cauliflower, .
53cIb. 43 IUI la hi. fourttnix' serving pouch Fast: bananas, apple. grapes, and Mr and Mrs Rill Mlddlehmnlo Steve McQueen
lb. could he developed other sweetened fruit iparindy I Ir and children visited his mother
,, I| However, when USDAi EroInomie >ion Reward Service conducted! three teaspoon or I lees of fat or 1 ant .eek,
I:ja pilot marketing teat hoiiiewlvei oil per day will also reduce talorei Mike Jnnen of the Universityof /
bought the new product more Use potatoes, bread and rer- I Florida was a great last weekend .
readily In glass Jan Glass Jan eats with discretion. of his parent, Mr and Mrs I
NO BOIL JUNIOR SIZE I outsold can and the pourh-ln-hox Apparent weight Iota may lake 1 R, R. J during a atx-woelt teat In a Baltimoie as i much u one to one and mehalt J R. Dunran Sr, J R. Dun
supermarketRewarchert weeks, but after that, you I ran: Jr., and Myron Duncan at- COMING SOON I
I attributed this unexpected may expect to lose one to one and I ended the kinda-Alahama foot
BLEACH Qt. I0 KLEENEX Pkg.1 10c I preference to the fact one.half pounds weekly without 1 Mil game in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
could we the "McHale'sNavy"
customer actually endangering your health. Mis. Laura Kelly of Quincy wu
I unfamiliar new fond and brc."AlltoPI Nutritionists suggest writing to a gucit of her sister, Mi's. Nellie
I claM Jan oan always be iwecj to ADA for a free copy store other Ibodi "The Rest ot Health (In You Mr ant Mrs, lilt! r.ili-hrlit and
SHOW BOATPORK S. apple The address i*: American Diet, childi' n nf Panama City were recent
A bumper( crop thin' DC Association 820 N Michigan lIur.'II his mother, Mrs Starring
I year, estimated by USDA at Avenue, Chicago, 111, 60611. J.f M Gilchrut They were here Ernest
ly 148 million bushels, li npAr'I' for Chattahoochee High Srhnol- Borgnine

& BEANS 1 10 J.a:. $1.00PRIDE with Ing our abundant Southeastern supplies food of fresh avoid Careful an accident driving but doesn't It helps always I;lomef'oniing:_ __

apple Looking over official itattmrs! TIME TO WE HAVE .
number Ot yean t find that Detoe PilnU
of GEORGIAPEACH 1r1:: year1 crop li The largest on BULLDOZERWORK e Plumbing Flitures
record sines WO.51. The wev- Complete Line .(
lotus high I wan 1275 mllllnn I bush- Building Materials
eli In the 1958.59 seawn' WI e Altos Aluminum Roofing
HALVES 4 $1.00MARTHA However, apple production Mil LAND GilTinlted Roofing k Siding
been Increasing throughout the Housewires k Gifts
world. Total world output last CLEARINGPHONE Carey Asphalt Roofing
season flD 3.e41 If estimated at Gold Bond SheeUtek
WHITE ALLEN GREEN nearly' 829 million bushel I REMODEL and Grptnra Products
Output in the aU member nations I I
of the Common Market in BUILD proIHuahrl0.: :
Cecil A. Beane

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4 COUNTY TIMES, _'CY FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBFR 5 M* PACE NIN!-,, I

GARDENINGIN flue sap will soon be down li I I.!
most plant and tilt shock 01ransplantinc
::1
( can be Id0 a
FLORIDA
minimum U they art moved now.1 I
Overgrown plant be moved
CM
By ttonw; lharpe, Editor now with comparative ease and! ;
pruned to tilt desired shape later.: t (

J1ari4a Ari"UraJEltfon.so.. Service to II discard i tome of- the particularly shrubs you aialeai plan *

art stunted with sickly yellow
Banking and
money ornamental
leaves do not replant In the same
OM thing In
llav common
thewMthrr.
location without replacing the toil 1 I,
Most
people lave money with a fertile, acid mixture blab
tar a rainy day while gardeners In humus.
A
tickadored
agalnt bank ornamental cold weather u protection changed.soil and both tube d I HOW DOES LIFE GET SO

Plant banking hu ont advan- Don't fertilize or prune evergreen
can see kw
tilt you cost earth shrubs now or for the next I
instead at expensive material like
few week Both of the** opera.
money. lions may cust a new flush of
One plant that will pay big div growth which could be killed by a
IdndI0 protect by banking Ittubucu freeie This it a good tuna, however '
*. A mound of earth to prune out all the deadwood
pj
around the lower framework of to keep disease from lingering A
the plant will prevent the plant in the plant until spring.It ) .
freezing the ground line
from
is best not to be an Impulsebuyer
Thii\ I II necessary if the hibiscus of rose bushes However,
I
hu been budded or grafted otherwise if be 1rA' '
you are sun you prepare
the prized top may be wilted several) planting sites brtore you \ '11
dead by Jack Front below the go on t buying spree \ ..... II.
union and next summer all
graft About 18 Itches each way I* a
you will have 'It mongrel-tvpr satisfactory plarang distance for *
blossoms developing from common hybrid tea bush varieties If the 'W'b *
pxWrtock. sol! Is light amid, It should be removed ;. .
U lack you to man a ahuvel to bank he replaced wit fertile cum

way plants to, then protect gamble the on plant an tamer Try against As a deficiencies lung term of trave Insurance elements I Interesting thing about a rope -it urcl> becomes tangled when rig serving TNt CHUICH 101 All. ..

water. Remember that well wa sprinkle about a tablespoon -j tome useful purroIt stretches firm and taut reaching holding All FOR THI CHUICHTtx
bred plant can withstand cold of mineral mixture In each
weather much better than a plant: planting hole. The mixture is But lav the rope aside waiting! without a purpose ind it becomes Chun* t. 1hI1MI' **
offering from drought. Fretting available from your garden supply 10 tangled can't even hnd the ends. m Mrth ear Ow totaling al <+*mo.
Is I dehydrating prert'.. II you store you I.e and rung arr.wrhip Ilitiilaivtmu
know that a cold wave it on the Another tip on roses they Life is like that! For some tolk it seem an impossible tangle of conflict, >at tpirilutl, : viluM.: W'ItfiMt a
way, It'i good Insurance to make to thrive best in slightly .Irae5 'bank n.lh.r lwr.r+.r
teem
sure your plant have an ample acid toll where the pH averages worries and disappointments. They haven't discovered how to devote their strand nor .....Io.O".A iurvt.. Thereof .
moisture supply. about 8.0 to 6 5. So to keep the to vital, constant purpose. are. fmsi cool er.rr star ;:
Now li a good time to renovateold arid fertilizer years p rann ihouM iltMrf wntlcM *
plants happy use
Itrly I ind .wt Uw (tiurdi TV
shrubbery, according to Dr. mixed especially for I'OM'I.An.t I But for others life stretches firm and taut trim hitch to Ftemitx The tangle! 1 Fnr ipi IIM.ra mk*. I) Fur yirt
J. N. Joiner, ornamental' hortlrulturtirt -
hr chore that many gardeners reach time to hold certain the truths by which God would brehiMr.n.rY.' ill Foe Us rY.
across
with the Agricultural Experiment will face Is mowing winter disappear as men ear 'br mmnwily ind Mtta 41
Station. grasses If you have planted Italian .I have its live For Ih* oln n( IW Ounri llMir.whkti $ .
He My not to move plants rye grass, start mowing as hit Mnl u4 mMrMupjwrt.
about or by new plants without a soon as it is about 2 Inches high tare without tangles life with. purpose discover, it in Church next TIM M K K *UIT* nr
definite plan on paper. Even the Be cure that the lawnmower Is toHy eel wad rare hkto attljr.Ailmtwiii .
simplest ort of garden will be sharp, otherwise It will pull the I Sundayl
t'gwrtelt ItII4, Ks.l.r HwU. Im, $MrMiw,v.
In the exact
helpful determining [rye grass up by the roots.
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number of plants of each kind you Dig and store tender bulbs curb r
will I need for your lot. at dahlias and fancy-leaved ca- .
ladlumt this month. As soon as
dahlia die back, dig the dumps,
SAVE! SAVE! dry for a few day and store In
peat mos sand or vermiculite at
about 40 ,degrees. Caladlum area ,
ON bit more warm natured and
should be stored at about 70 degrees -
INSTALLATIONCOSTSI during the winter.


Living Pearls .

by Guy R. Wade

CRAB THE TAPE -
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We have become agile matadors
9
AND In a tchlznphrcnlc world. Wt are
master at dmlring'! dilemmas, en-
SAVE raping the horns and are exceedingly
proud of being able to arab
ON every situation by the tail. However i iie
Ti In looking over the most Important
and chief thing, we ire
FUEL not defeating anything but ,,e
are being dragged through life.
This Is the end result, alwaysfor
the prron who Is seeking an
ENJOY WARM AIR HEATING "easy way" out. The major con
AT ITS BEST WITH AM nwnipnc II that w* can't tee ,
where we are going only wherewe
have been. W* can't do anything I
l.MtRlCA1VtamWcIAUTO I
except "hang on.
Your place! In life h lint to
MAne grab a tall" to to speak Your
place Is to "grab a cape" to that
WINTER AIR CONDITIONERs you can master the "Bull of the
i World" and not be pulled through
s ( p.ca-st.ieg. "'I.. "everything" 'i

> I ,I'... .Ok Httrfvl pIM' Must PLANE MISHAP CLEARED -1 T

I.|.. red hi kigbp" M. trrhiiUtlhr
The three officer aboard the .
s t''kklr' Ills,."" reconnalssanc plane, which was
shot down over Communist East
nu UnMATI-WI TOMS Germany last March, have been
cleared of charges of spying and
Roma Horton were' ordered bark to flying missions
The Air Force found that
the plane crossed the border because -
Phon. MAin 7-8617 of failure of the plane's
1428 W. Jefferson electronic navigational equipment. I

QUINCY FLORIDA I Education should Include trainIng -'I
In the art of living with one'*
fellow msn. I i
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.mN CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCE. FLORIDA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5, "'4 ,

Talquin Perch

sAyE fl? Fishing Is Good
4. i iy #! T i it
Official States

reST Speckled perch JWiln to take
alquln U now "u good u It canget
," according: to reports from
thing camp operator and from
John W Woods, chief, faherlesdtvtilon.
Came and Fresh Water
Fish Commission Panama City.
-rS The good news follow a chem-
( r i o Harvest of Best Brands on Sol now ot your friendly WintvDixli You'll save more :.:'' ?, Commliulon cal treatment to ol reduce the lake the by over-the

H L1&1 during the Big $1 Sol on Thrifty Mold and Astor Conned Goods. You'll save on the freshest plentiful gizzard and threadfin
h a meat and produce Friendly service too. f !?i' shad. The tuccessful operation
was conducted October 1.
ii:, OCp STOaEr' Catchei have been consistently\
NOBODY Saves You More Than WINN-DIXIE rood on specks or crappie, for
hoot two weeks, say the Csh
reports. Most are being: taken
ng
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 7TH minnows but shad.like arttfl-
.. .. ... on
WI.'I"*TO M IN -eOPT l MT-' dais are also catching lots of
IIsh. Feathered Jigs, too, are pop.
ular.
Bass fishing has been good but
the windy weather and high water
\ liDO 29* Thrifty Maid Hlvt VC REGULAR 294. THRIFTY MAID SLICED Y. C have curtailed the number of base

\L.B IDb. Peaches 4S1.R '? peaches 4 "a Cans 2 51 nhermen.Lake Talquin, located In Gads-

WK den and Leon Counties was re
0 2/33 Thrifty Mold Gold cently declared a fish management
Corn .88,1. REGULAR 25, ASTOR FRUIT) area by state and county
ctton. This makes the popular
Cocktail 5 303 51 1 fishing lake eligible for manage-
U. S. CHOICE LAMB | Thrifty Mold Gt" Cons merit practices paid for from Flor-
Limas .303 ida' newly created fishing 1m-
V Cons REGULAR 43, THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT irovement fund.

LD 69: ? R9 2/35 Thrifty Mold Alotka3svPeas8gnV1 No. 21! Lake A license Talquin Is required by any to method.fish In
Leg.
Pears 3 51
e 1. Coni Children under IS and Florida
residents. over 65 are the only exoptions. -

R.0. 29< Thrifty Mold PlnsGr'lr.Drink REGULAR 2/35 THRIFTY MAID APPLE
U S. CHOICE LOIN LAMBChops
4tSt. Sauce 8 J03 s 51 Miller Named To

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98 Rtg, lit Thrifty Mold Apple Peanut BoardAt
Juice 53 -o$1.: REGULAR 2/29 THRIFTY MAID
the Annual Meeting In Camilla
Cut Beets 10 303 1. Georgia on October 27, W.
R 29 Thrifty Mold Tomato
g. < Cons ,
U. S. CHOICE RIB LAMB 46-oz.Z G. Miller, Montlcello was con-
Juice 4 1 1. firmed u a director of the GFA
Con REGULAR 2/37 THRIFTY MAID Peanut Association. Mr. Miller

Chops LB. 79 Potatoes Mold SWM) Tomatoes. 8 303 1.I.u. was 964 reflected at CFA on District September Meeting 22,

5Si1. Cant held farmer In and Monticello.also a peanut Mr. Miller grower a,

R.O 3/39 Thrifty' Mold Evop. REGULAR 2/314 THRIFTY MAID was elected to r'epoe'rnt the 10th
S. CHOICE SHOULDER LAMB SLICED FOR district on the board of directors
Milk. 10 Can1 .. S pinach 10 s.1. of He the was GFA elected Peanut for a term Association.ot three

RDO..5ThrlftyMoldComed years.
Chops LB. 59 REGULAR 2/354. THRIFTY MAID LARGESwt.Peas..8 The GFA Peanut Association hasten .
Beef 3COn:{$1.. S districts 10th district and consists ten directors.The of all

Blue Boy Light M ot t a i 1. the peanut producing: counties In
s the State ot Florida. The other
Tuna .4 fiit nine districts are in Georgia and
REGULAR 2/33 THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE Alabama. Six of the districts are

) ,{{ Reg 2/37 Thrifty: Mold 303 bama.In Georgia The and area three In which are in GFA Ala.

.. io, Catsup 8 on:$1. Golden Corn 8 Co"I 51 1. counties operates In Is Alabama.the peanut Georgia producing and

q Florida. About 4,500 ao 5,000
peanut allotment farms are In
/
each of GF A's ten districts.

Eugene Beane


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Coffee 69 '\y-the y Chops. .Lb. 59': 4ftl f E.Belvolr Beane, Va.son-of Pvt.Mr. and Eugene
HI. CAN ; s SLICED. Mrs. Cecil A. Scene of Quincy
\ completed a 12-week engineer
7i' f Cheese 49' equipment maintenance course at
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pkg School, Fort Bel
\ Army Engineer:
REGULAR 77* ASTOR VACUUM PACKED 0
PILLSBURY ICE BOXCookies liDO. 29, Dixie Darling Raltln vole Va, Oct. 27.
Il 4 RT During the course Beane acquired
' C ff 59 I; the operation and maintenance of
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\ Rolls 19 Cake 29 crane shovels.The
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completed basic training at
FRESH PORK
SPECIAL.SUNNYLANO l Fort Jackson, S. CA
39'LARGE 1982 graduate of Quincy High
Arrow 48j' Sausage Lb, FIRM HEADS FRESH School he attended Norman Park
GT. ASTOR FROZEN BABY Lettuce 2 39' College.
REG. 49 COPELAND FRESH PORK
.I FM Before entering the Army Sears
/r Limas 4'fel.ASTOR la \\I was employed by the HIgdon
REGULAR 794 LAUNDRY DETERGENT Sausage Lb. 39'RED EATING Aa PURPOSE Grocery Company.
j FROZEN FORDHOOK Y' 5 Lb. 49'
.fl.! Limas 4B 'l' h HA 394.WAIIANPALMECABBAGETTO FARMS Apples Bog BIBLE VERSEIt
Ajax 58* I// i : 4 U. S. No. I I. FRESH FLORID*
J i. ASTOR FROZEN BROCCOLI a Salad 29 In written, man haH mat live
/. 11 t 1 4azCup Oranges 5 &49' by breed smile" but by etrry
Spears 4SS1.: lOB WHITE SLICED word that prareniHh nit si the
\ U, s.No. I YELLOWFROZEN mouth ot Ood.:
= 39
ASTOR FROZEN Bacon 3 1 1. Who spoke these words?
/f Lb. Bax Onions 5S.39' 2. To whom were they addressed
FOOD C'flowerl'p&'l. *
I '' :, 3. Where did the conversation
l ASTOR FROZEN 4 4Go occur?
t
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4. Where Is It found
MORTON" Chicken, 1e.Turk.y, Sollibury, M.. ..... Horn ? Bible

Amen,,, to Bible Verne
Dinners I 79
FOR YELLOW SOLIO3 1. Jesus
Tender Young 2. The devil
MINUTI MAID FROZEN ORANGEDelightS 3. In the wilderness
f OLEO 4. Matthew 4: 4.

6..r.CANS 891 kI (I1 POLE BEANS :. The Florida State Turnpike Au-
( thority refuses to allow the ereo
lion ot outdoor displays alone the
PAN RED) FROZEN BREADED ? sI of
Sunshine State Turnpike right
2lbs39cIE7CTRV
,I :. = txa L.I ., way. When such signs are erected -
Shrimp. 33.0* PKG. 5179r the landscape crews plant fast
t. growing\ Australian Pines to hide
.-= the effectiveness of the displays.

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I. 'U"'A''O ,Oil Woo LAND PKItM rKACKIN aooo s>ia to CLt Ground breaking ceremonieswere

1t." ....Ice,,,...Cream Now....." "'" tam 0_Ground. NOw_B"...Tra fTHUU e00.Family TMU H.w Crtmcs_... rA unit hl held-rise Parkview recentlyor! Point the Apart-500.

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Acre Peas Christmas Soon! TI'li''i.
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r .Np.M.N recently refused to go
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EXTRA Railroad III throwing out a request
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stamc The 10-cmt stamp will
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Kennedy and he date of Meassassinatioa
No. 5 November 22, 2503.
Southern Biscuit JugFLOUR

The meld-enakt or Polynesian
puffer fish I* aptly named, say

the BIll Gray Miami IB SeaVjuarhjmi English tt sworn CapL

5 29 LARD 39 "dMdI, deathbmaee tf eaten
C ( I It te deadly poisonous.

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Jackson Heights Iwo I C-P Hight Lions Win InConference Arnette Chapel


Recreation News School News TiltThe Church News

By Lenora Stephens and Cartcr-Parramore Lions, Superintendent Joseph Long St-.
By Timothy LaM Viols Banks din a stunning 13-7 victory over announces that Sunday School wicontinence
MIDGET FOOTBAI.LThursday Well, everything's back to normal I the Lincoln High Tigers of Tallahassee 8:30: a.ra. The annual
Oct.Yellow 29th Jacket game results 8.l1usln..ssm..n -, 1 wBOY now at Dear Old COP high I are presently leaden of membership drive will be held
Betsey r Last week was "The Week-Home I Icoming" .he Big "9' North Conference throughout this month.
Wildcats 0 Syko
Simms & ;Jackson I and It was truly a week .The Lincoln High Tigers Invaded The morning worship service
Tlccrs 18, of excitement and fun. The hade Tobacco Capitol undefeated will begin at U a.m. Rev. A. H

'Monday. Nov. 2 SyUes Tigers On Monday Edward Grant president : tied for second position, Hunter minister In charge Hi
:
6 Setae four Student Council, announced :In conference standing with Car will be assisted by Reverends:
SB Businessmen Wildcats( Simrru, ; &- ....... I the activities for the I Parramore Lions. This was a W. A. Campbell and Carrie Jackson
> Yellow Jacket > week. "Must" game for both elevens, .
Jackson Lions 6 (tie). SCOUT TROOP 256left to right, first row: JohnH.
On "Color was'I oubly so for Carter-Parramor The Junior choir and usher
double Tuesday, Day"
In Thursday Midget allcmoon'l football aamea.both Johnson, Hollis Fresher, Rogers SbJpmon, LaMonUa observed, and each Lion and Lion 'as they were staging their Homecoming board will serve at both morning
header winners blanked their op Cause, Larfleld Thlgpen Vernon Cause, Ronnie Clark ess was asked to wear blue and game. and evening sessions. Mrs. Leila
position. In the first game Bet Willie Shorter, Alexander Miller, James Clark. Secondrow white. It was truly a day of school The C-P. Lions had been scouted Aklns at the organ.
sey Yellow Jackets edited out ; Wayne Chestnut, David Blackshear, Herschel King,: spirit and color.Wedneaday by the Lincoln Tigers staff In I Stewardess board two will meetat
the Businessmen Wildcats '0. Joseph Bradwell, Clarence Tucker, Omega Gllliam, Jerome : was a day of two previous games They are complimented the home of Mr. and Mr.
In the for an excellent Job of Powell E. Woodberry 4 p.m. Sunday
the
activities school
came day
lone touchdown During
The
Gainous Young, Bobby Lane, Halbert Gain- .
4th quarter as Marvin Farmer Benny we had a short chapel In honorof topping Charles "Toe Joe" Robinson Mn. Elizabeth Andrews
Emanuel Brown. Third row: Reginald Washington, Robinson Panama ,chairman.A .
cored from 4 yards out with 2 ous, our queens and sweethearts against
minute remaining: In the game. Henry McAfee, Clarence McAfee, Harold Smith, Calvin Green Wednesday evening was the time City over shadowed other Uonsbacks. CE. League will meet J p.ra.
The PAT run failed. Robinson, Louis Gunn, Clarence Peterson, William of the coronation ball. At this He was used as a decoy, with President Joseph Longer.
U Sykes Tigen\ time Miss Carter-Parramore for which allowed Hardy "Choo-Choo" in charge. Mrs. W M. Long directress
In the : game Tommie Brundidge Roy Lee Ward. Fourth row:
& Jackson Moody the Jackson. The Chattahoochee Express assisting.
hut out the Slmms 196445 school term the
Uons 18.0 as Jimmie Thomas Kenneth Young Roosevelt Kelly, James Bush Johnny MeClaln charming Miss Linda Dixie a to rip off TO's for 60 and Evening worship will commence

pared the Tigers coring all three John B. McMillan Grady McCloud, frank Tucker, member of 12-1 and her court, 45 yards. 6'30: p.m.Sunday.
touchdown on play covering: 2, Jerry McAfee, Tyrone McMillon, Robert Berry, Johnny A consisting of Miss Alice Dupont The offensive line of the LionsIs school board meets Moo-
25 and 40 yard All PATS were Brown, Rudolph Brown. Left, Mr Wallls Ellis, scout mas special activi rim attendant and Miss Vicki to be commended for opening day, 6.30: p.m.
mimed.In Educa Donaldson, second attendent and holes that aided in the drives Church Conference will be held
Monday action Sykei Tigers ter; right, Mr. Lester A. Black, principal in Carter- many other class and club sweethearts Alexander James Jr., Edward Tuesday, 7 p.m.
trounced the Wildcats 38.', 11001"inglD School is the were presented. "Dead Eye" Grant, and Cavern Prayer meeting will be held
every period. Edward Rate ServiceAt Education Week for the new Thursday was "Turn-About- Davis knocked big holes in the Wednesday 6:30: p.m.
bison opened up the scoring earlyIn Prayer Annie Kent Stev Day. oung ladles had to per'orm left side of the Tiger line that Junior choir rehearsal, Wednesday
the lint quarter on a 7 yard National Honor those courtesies usually performed sent Jackson on his way. 7:30: p.m.
run, then picked up the last TD St. James Noted At C-P Hi ceremonies evening will, 8 by the young men and vice The Lincoln Tigers received the Senior choir rehearsal, Than-

on a 38 yard play through the ) II 12 in the school versa. opening kick off and held possession day 7 p.m.
center of the line Thursday ( p m. prayer services Carter-Parramore High School Friday was probably, the most of it nearly the entire first
Jimmie Thomu roared three will\ be conducted by Rev. will again this year Join many I ( this year's cere exciting day of the whole week. half. Fumbles on drives and kickoff Lunchroom
touchdown for the Syket Tigerson 0. M. Bridget. Mrs. Authle Zolit- other high schools in the observance ., versatile Caro Beginning Friday evening there played a major role. The i
plays covering 4, 34 and 46 ler will entertain members and : of American Education Week elected president was our homecoming parade consisting visitors failed to capatlllze. The MenusNovember
yards Leslie Samuel cored on friends of the Pastor's Aid Boardat set for November 8-14 1964, : for the I9644S of can and floats from teams were dead locked 04 at
a 4 yard plunge: Samuel aim home, Friday evening 7:30: p. American Education Week, the a senior and hu each club and class on campus. half time. The Tigers came back 9 13
cored the Tigers' only two PAT m. Supt. Clarence Nelly, announces theme for which Is "Education throughout he Fraday night, the mighty C-P roaring and lead 74 but the C.-P. Monday, November 0-
The Businessmen Wildcats got that Sunday.School will begin Pays Dividends" Is the public'sweek "' In the Little, Lions met and defeated the Lincoln Dons stormed back to score but Oven Fried Sausage
their lone TO in the first quarter 9:45: a m. Sunday. The Juniors will In school a time devoted to It She was elected High Tigers of Tallahasseewith failed on the extra point. I Macaroni and Cheese
when Reginald\ James returned aSykes the day. showing the public what goes on a score of 137. This
be In charge throughout First At game Shortly after a series of downs Cabbage Slaw with Pineapple
kick off 80 yards to paydirt Rev. Gary Edwards will bring the In the public school. ) : 1983-65 term not only being our homecoming, by both teams, C-P. Hardy Jack-, Buttered Green Peas
I message The program committee sets she plans to was the last home game of the off to the Enriched Bread
sop was again races an
In the nightcap'y oa.Jk:1 Mrs. Pearl Madry will entertain forth the following objectives forthe in the field season. During half time, along outdistanced would be tacklen. I Plain Cake with Icing
the Kelsey observance (1) To
tween week's
Stewardess Board I: at home : Florida A and M with the regular half time festivities. James1 Wade played Milk
Quarterback
und tho Slmmi and Jackson Lions to realize the
help the citizenry Misses
Dixie, Dupont, and
wound up In a 6-0 tie. Slmm and Sunday, 4 p.m. Visitors are welcome Importance ot the local school\ to Is the daughter Donaldson were presented to with a sprained finger on his Tuesday November 10-
Jackson took the lead early in the the community u a whole (2) to Mrs. Robert Quincy and Cadsden County at right hand. He was a doubtful Meat LoafWhipped
halfback :S there will be a discovers.'I starter. Cavern Davis was the Potatoes
tint quarter when Roy Sunday pm. call to the attention of the citizenry large.
rendered at St. leading In a host of tacklers with Chopped! SaladROILButter
Phillips Intercepted a J. Steven musical program some of the types of activities On Monday ol this week the
pass and yards to (core.7he James for the benefit of Stewardess Included In the program of the National Aeronautics and space 8. Charles Brltt, 6, Theltos Moore
4at ,
PAT Board One The public Is school (3) to urge the citizenryto > Administration presented demonstration Emmltt Tribue, Eugene Ward Fruit Cup
a
Early In tho third quarter Bet- Invited. Evening worship will continue giving unselfish assistance Winston Estell Mack Roberts Milk
Today on the progress that and Alexander James contributed Wednesday November 11-
evened CharlesWilliams 6 of ,
ley thing up ai commence p.m. for the improvement America has made
in the
space with 4 each. Elton Davis Robert Beef Stew with Vegetables
fumble and
picked up a the school, (4) to develop a more As this
race. was an Interestinguid
cooled 83 yards to score. A paw congenial relationship between the Annual District beneficial Smith and Willie Ray Smith 3 Steamed Rice
lulled on tho PAT try. Miss Lillie Banks school personnel and the citizenry Swine Show and Lions demonstration we each Edward Grant 2 and Alfred Collard Greens
would like to
hardy
a
say Candled Yams
Midget Football Handing of the community ) NFA members "Thank You." Johnson 1. that concluded the list
Won Lout Tied\ Special activities to be held In S, from The C.-P- Lions will journey to Corn Bread/Butter
Bykes Tigers 2 0 0 Funeral SundayMrs. the school during the week are: : : p.m. In the Tallahassee where they will meet Thursday November 12- .
Itotsey Y I'L Jacket 1 0 1 (1)I Thursday November 12, Open Pavilion ac Accepts Call the KAMI Baby Rattlers Friday Oven Fried Chicken
Flmms It Jackson 0 I 11 LIlHe Mae Banks well House from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; announcement by evening The game all have a Potato Salad
lluilnetsmen 0 2 0 mown citizen ot the St. Hebron 8.30: pm. td 7:85 pm. (2) Thursday ( agent. The Reverent Robert Greene Sr. change of position win-lose or Garden Peas
Srorlng Leaden Commpnlty panned at home Friday November' 12, Induction Ceremonies t sponsored by accepts the call from Second Elizabeth draw however the C-P. tans are Tomato Slices
J. Thomas, Sykes 36 6:40: a.m. following an extended for new members of the,, t \ Exten Missionary Church as Pas expecting to win by a close\ margin BIRCUitiButterPeanut
E. Robinson Sykei 12 Illness. She died at the Annie Kent Stevens Chapter ol cooperation with tor. Second Elizabeth was servedby The FAMU eleven defeated Butter and Jelly
M. Fanner, Betsey flL. Gadsden County Hospital the National Honor Society from I Department of Rev. Reedy Washington mini-I Lincoln Milk
Samuel, Sykei 6 The deceased li a native of Gad 8 pm. to 9 pm. In charge of ster ot Havana for many High Terriers of Gainesville.Appreciation Friday November 13School's -
C. Williams, Betsey 6 sden County resided In the St. Many people i especially\ parents the swine and The Rev. Greene Is pastor of ChoiceSalem
R. Phillips, Slmmi & Jackson 6 Hebron Community, north of of children In school an! O. Watkins direr Blessed Hope Missionary Baptist I
Qulncy Several years ago the deceased curious about what goes on inside! ; state 4-11 Club Church, Glory Community He 1 Elem.
Hospital ReportOctober joined St. Hebron A.M.E. today's modem public schools. Elklns. preached his first sermon at Elizabeth We the administration faculty
Church, where she served on several Since many never get around t o I agents Sunday. The First and and students of Carter-Parramore Scout News
27 November 2 (Dates auxlllrles. She was .a gainful visiting: the schools, It ls hopei: Leon Coun- Third Sundays are pastorial Sundays wish to extend a sincere "thank
Inclusive) employee of a local business concern that all Interested citizens wll ; Madison; R. H. at Second Elizabeth. you" to all Individuals and com The Boy Scouts Is a very active
roundel make a special effort to attend the ; Isaac Chand- panies that In any way helped! to organization at Salem Element
Louise Pugh Lillian Banks Funeral services will\ be held .t programs set op lor the week. We and Robert Book Fair Set make our Homecoming a success. ary" School. The young men add
Huron Stokes, Jessie Neely c lad- 2 p m, Sunday November S. A look forward to see your"A" Beginning November 9 and I'nd.1 We want you to know that without color to many of the school activities
a'lI8 T. Clark Janet Debris WII- short program ",11precede\ the teachers Ing November 13, 1964. a Book your support the Parade Their habit of appearing
eon, Q Znublo: Lee hllo.rtar eulogy. the event Include: Fair will be held at Carter.PRlTa.1 could not have been the success fully clad in their uniforms, plus
Mae ; : The deceased Is survived by: Members County; more Llbary. that It was. their proud expressions, means
Willie Oliver Jr., Havana: Willie Ailolplms Bunks, husband, Mrs.Anna ; O'Neal many subjects will be on display I Again next year, at this time much to those who know and love
James Davis, Dandy Williams Banker, Mrs Lillian Jackson Visit Fair I : Alfred Howard for students and teachers to we hope that the same cooperation them.
Chatt; Elizabeth Lane, Bristol; Mn Mildred B. Cloud, Miss c) H. Brown Tal- browse through and purchase U will be given us by those we They are engaging In many of
Alice Baker, Gwlna. Josephine Banks, Miss Hazel : they so desire. 1 call upon. the activities that go along with
BIRTHS Banks, and Mist Viola Banks Sixty-eight members of the will be K. L Boy Scouts, such as camping out
Raymond and Louise Push daughters. Mrs Lucy Williams, Quincy "A" NFA Chapter attended -i animal hui- Never get mad with an Individual When people fight over religion, camporees, leadership training,
Coy October 28 Mr., Elease Mayer, Mrs. Annie the North Florida Fair I heldIn Agricultural: Ex who doesn't know as much It ii a good sign that there isn't physical fitness programs and
Joseph and Delorli Hannberry Jane Mills, Mrs. Fannie Smith, Tallahassee Thursday October I and Dr. L. E. as you do. much of It. Scoutcraft games and contests.
Boy October 30. Mrs. Hazel Hitchman and Mn 29.The I ,i Animal
Willie James and Hadassa Rebecca Garren, sisters. Quincy "A" NFA judging :fd:: AO A M Uni
dark Boy October 31. Louis Wilder Gabe Wilder team was composed of PrestonHardon of the judging
Ben and Janet Wilson Novem- Issae Velton and Johnnie Banks Jr., Rudolph Howard I I Include
ber 2. brothers. Solomatl Jackson, Nathaniel RufUs Peoples i Jr., and John D: ; G. W. Conoly, as GIlllD:
Cloud, Nathaniel Baker son- Robert. Jr. The areas judgedwere : t and teacher- Herbed Spic: Mixtures
InlawsEugene Robinson, Stepson. : Beef cattle, corn poultry technology cy
Thanks YouI Mrs. and swine, Rudolph Howard was
Mrs. Klcas Golden University
Llllle Ray Weston, and Mrs. Moreddfe presented a rosette by the Fair' eie Put To Loa f E In Kitchen
wish to take this approach to Banks, Stepdaughters.Interment Association for third place highpoint To Meet
lay thanks to rll'ryone'h displayed will be made In the Individual In the district
Club win
many act of kindness dur St. Hebron Cemtery. Betsey judging contests- ly ALICE DDllfOFfDEPENDING

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C.u.tp, I* I" Caner Judg .. .
lisa.fOH a44a C*atr, ,.1." ." at his. ..... .. ainlnf of tha OUCISS1loot
: fflo* u IllS **.rl ha*. at sill NOT 1C B OP Sill? Ian traat
627-8661 0unty al minor, florid with IN MORTOAI/Ir rORBCLOIlltBTOl
RENT Twa Bedroom I ala ..I....*' ", ..th from tki 1.1101 and I". wits
Yu nl hid bau;;. Blotrle Kltrk-: "'* .f tka flrl ,*.11..11.. ., HUTTO
an. aaa H.." Lawn Tr.., Mo FF1GIDAIREiStwWort I.L Qulncy Florida II. ..11... Two apIo..f l aaol Test r. U Hull and Cartn
Neighborhood I"" .,.. an p.\.a or '....an' *hall k* In writ Nmtts are hrbr notified that a
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lilr..' 4 block from Oiori WMvinro and hell *iai* Ohe plans a y Complaint tjroi.i eer'1nrlbtd
month),. I In..fd.n.r sod pool *f flo* iddra, "0" '." d. 'h. toll..ln. der
I hoe* .1T71914urlni d.y. U7. BANDINSTRUMENTS I lot Ih* lalmant, and ahall bi ,, ruiitiy, t.-witiHum
JtlT *.*nlnt*. If AI swam ta hr lha allmt hiairont : ion III) thilni Baal ALONG THAT CAMIRA POI
I ar Sf our.,, '*4 5011titPIO *f la* Nrthat .*.... of tha IMOAI WILDLIf AND WOODLANDPlCTURI
t'VR RENT MAIn I bod.oom1I0ue. : lad kr a film, fa. of on* dollp '..t .&al a.uartar nl noollonkonanloon *.
.. Can .I1TO.. If (171, Township On.
land .urll ol.lm en h"'In' not 01
N'T OUT .
TOO \
t'Oft RENT: rurnl.h.d .p.'I' Trad Ynr OM On* I.Fur fllod ihall ba veld. III ,North and .run Hanaa Kaat a Two dlnanrif IIIWool J 'THI W ODi IT 6U.Da\AK\

.n.nt, rlvaia.1..t,1O front kitchen and back and Ikrlatmatnl A Pearl* MMutrlc tlrom at tka tt Will tan (I*) halnii lhna runSeutl 'JIlt' QUICKLY.IIfIO ,

.n..nu.hoat. Phone17.$610. Mrssp. and Ttxtmtnt *f Ntllll Mwillla four 16' .UI".I IhsntSrun
I" dxiaiedrrdnr Ws.1 ta (111 Slabs
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p lona. If A Lima It. run North dl.t n.s .1

ron KENTl I bodranm unfurn.I.hed Young'i I Mason Music I lAttrny* for tIe EiMatrlg 0s-- wt..OaS.ww
house In toot eondlllonContact 1 ::1 Qulnp, Florida, CPPTINI.! Mfr.m llII h.l51.0574.: : i h

A. i. Lorkrrman, II Por COMPANY Pint pull aila f>*tkir II, UK JjtufE And Sauce Green Peppers
r<> ",.. Tdtphon MAIn '."14. H I (... II H Her' I. II 41rfOTICB rlhed pril of land >" II).
14 Eat EI s hln$1a. W. ante la a uare rem th. goaihwot ,
FOR RENT lri* tr4lr IPIUOat I carom of the .....a d*' M1As.
fill I ,. Trills Park. InraultiiMM % MA MTOI ar Mi 74941Opm OP KTBfTIOM rrlktd loads, uhlek k... .....
BUM of Qulno on the Jamlion !Mm., TtMs Rnd, Pit TO MAPS APPLICATION .old.
Hoa4. .('all 127.f:t LEON 4 to I p.... At Day Sat FOR FINAL nitCHAROBFLORIDA This kiln* Ihe umi and Ideal
IT,1 T'TII loll parcel. el roil pnipenrtonr.Md al
In Court af the Counir Jadga. I* Mvrttgor kiriln.
MOBILE HOMES MAY WK u1outtOTlastt; rl 0....." Caanty, Ittt af kr Ntrrtntr l>..d +*... April
I vl.lt our *ho* I* find Ikra Urg rierUaIn lilk, Illl ky Lhirlee W. Prl.dr .
FOR RENT Sale tarrtt bulldln. full ., antl ua, ...1.- ...""*. tnd hi I* wife, Wanda P.rridtr.
:,.... and aadlgraad Junqua and tn r* tk. Bttat ., anil rnrdd la 11(71.151
odd and ends ahoa kauri dally Naml Aalarata, Rardi .f 015.4.5 ('.."1", +
... Virlatta. I.ot l* 4 ID, tundari kr ....In'- D........ Furls. *. In Deed Boak II 1'*..
Q."M Conear. Itawart.Mica i mint onl,. Phon* 711-4411 THHN T* All Whom It Vay cn.. .. IT. Aal le further identified on
Modm S Bodroom nnfunlahrd claaa Used TrallanI' .' THAt' .HOoP, amaaoiia, ONo f'Itlr I* kr'."I.t tn that kelna tka Mm p*...1 l *t land err YIt
Apartment. Loralnd taDuplrt I. II II Ihcaard har final, an wklih Modern Momoi Case t J
and 10 Wlda : .. .., .
a* BiMuirlt af th tain motion Compinr *noted aihill
at Til W. "..hlnl1... .t Maoml ........n, ...*..*., typo frame kun ler Ik*

nitbln walking dUlaiMW atahopa Wa lands foe fureltura 01 Ural &..... (111I_.''' I that aha fllod .1II.l" '** for *.., herein"hi
anything .f .. final 4lnaraa ihit *h* ba filed .,.Inll/ ya* and
,, arhool and church CAN YOU will apply t. th* N nrakl It T, ,.. ars raeulrod .. owns soupy {
Wa H... KOOL SEAL SELL Rornoli*. Cntr Judg. .f "...- of rear Anewer *r riMdlnch t.
dn O*.ntr. riorlda II
*a the cmtllt a* the piiinilff
r&U 127-7111 during bu,lima Tour own loll-tlms businss., I day *f Nev.mhsn, 1l//, niehird .
U. S. 10 Vt mile "... of Roal Katit. right la this area I prafil ., lima and fur final dla., m"i: College onI'p"O
koura, or 127-1214, alter I pollltFUKKmiT.Ap.t".n' Talqutn Inn.Tallakaiaaa National oampanr. lUbllohtd I shires ** Biaaturla af tha aittl* ,let Ttirheae. *, rtarlda.,
In lloo, lrgot In It* flld, nf Kml "Andarton, 4.0....4. nnIhi sod nUi 111 ariglaal ". .r or'leading
Florida (l'nll..n..1..It. uai TrainIng I llnd dar *f Octoaar, 1111. : IIhs *ffln* *f lots
and Inairurlloa glvan la Clan, A. Ihap.r4. MerK .7 Ik. ClreuU Court .* orfor
IIM ESTATE 1111 Wail Tannaaiaa ill Chilli *f your aairatioa Kiatutrla .f tk* ottil* *r Ik* llth day af Nfm.*r, A lit OP CLOWNING '.
from 1I1..tA> guoooia All ad'rtlilng I .....",1 A......". ..,..*... 114. If yu fall <. do *, liid*- Ttn imllf far li this tutr Bala! dlib of IOIMO high proUlrvImlopad IMttburh for a .aor earn

Phono 122.ISIS .. all Harm. forma, ,(1ARDNCH; AND' UNTO menl by deftult will :* labssaial.st by th.Bardtn Klttbra.N n/il dry milk adds to ttls hi p llfn addroaa, Pratdtn
auppllaa ar. furnlahid Natlanwld plus IKak Building re* fr th* toilet ... al UM moat 11I4 ah**** Inlroell.n..
adTortiilng hrlnaiHuyr !Surllrne,, Florid. m5,4.4 In lha Complaint.nla l *Uty proMI. jnhnaoa anfaa In a bit of

from Evorrwhlr. Can .,. for Kiratrli. T notice ihill b* pvihllil mlal >*** V'Ith I3 N. If-. food.naturad atownlni at tha
MIWIAIIQ Plumbing rlntvraa. Claetnealuppllaa. rW qualify? Tau must have ftot It II, NOT. I. II 41t onOl wk. reek for four ....."r1100 .. rMC-l IaplSls; airport. u aatlmatad 100pariona
Inltlattn. *iollnt] Chirackondabli 50.15 I" IU oadsdso Lou.ty
i I Pip and rtilinat. : ( ), nil abllllr h* '" 7Ilr'ONTi 1$1TT17CIAT f (s*> ,..._ I BMdfnMig*rwttt rrtanSftBwSt. J/$ sup Itarlas Nonfat chant "Wa want

W.lat H..I.... TUa Boari Inanrlallr raaponitlil*. tom. I T OP rtMRt1/A IN SSV.'DOB DOL1 U. (lRDIIlJU.1: Q.I.. Johnaon. Tha Prs.ldpnlIoWId.d
ml.alon volumo 'I.rl' .1. 0/ day !$4.lol'Or 1(2Da sin
for rant Gus and OU H...... for man woman opportunltr roupla or DROPN COLSTYIN 1154. .* ( ) lsnry sltokl tale u op n aar wd

on |01 Weal WMhlngton traal ...m That Can Hall Writ CHANCAR01V HC'I P.4uCASRIP ( I taUatpotng InttMk buttoB nsbrooalaasO.d playfully ahovad his toppon 1
Call MAlB' T-tlll from '.!. tf lodar for Inlurmatlon, "WJAM' .II1WWIM 141175. OIIlou head af lbs ..... drtvan
--. ROCCOPIPE TROIJT REALTY, 1. K. I rlll.II". t'lorn ('Spoilt Court X iajP On BallWub

-- 1 rut MANN Colonial Art guparvlior Dr, Orlando Illl, .. Bin 5/piuflaa Clerk g ..., papparg.Cut Ml lUm sail!i)Nihon..uJ&In t tarps M Mpu. <

WfLIJA10l.NATICS.
1 Fla. Unto, ||. NOT I. II II Doh..L'Ilflr'r / .'lllll .Sash ppprt M minutia. In lofThif taltad wtUr to aoTar, JU.
RENT liihard W. Pinto, nor front "Ur hnmadlaUly drtlR \! .| ". Comblna Mtf.anloM t

FOR & SUPPLY CO. -- ... "' dt OP Tn 'T'uTo ., ,nit Md drr", Uk.Opt lII.ehroom.... iml * I / nA1 :r.tn, ...nln. .. 4 Tar about nuat mlxtiir Into om Itp.pp.r.
44 TEARS OF SERVICE ,1\tI Ill* will. Ipoan I/I cap
I P. O. Boa
Jud1. Wllllsma. SItu. 1.oIdsnn 1111Tallah.s.e Mcb with I 4 or I Inu hrodtn.llro I
\ Florida p Vvpr
Office Space T* nil An. tri Is unknswtYou hrkr nllfld .lornin for PlalnlllfOat ,. giMi; :)individual swlard arps or mis hi I 1S-I/IPllm."

PHONE 11MII7 hat t lull fir .1..... hat *..* It, N.*. |. 11. || 11TN Salting P**I)***1?a modaraU (tTa'r.) ovan,80-SJ mlnuu.or unJJ .
1110 I. Monraa StraalTALLAHAIICE '11.. .*.I.at ,*u I* Ih* ....*. & pappan Sri taedir whet plircad with *fork and mA U brovoaiL
atrltd, *'un br Carrla William I OP
Air Conditioned FLORIDA 114 THIS COURT VP VHS Olt sod ru *r* harokr p.gslrod ta T n l t.rJ.rJ'm'IYa'f C7*. a.If" low (II..sieh1 i-VS wpm)

--v- TT JtDOr, OADgDEN OOUIf: Ills with th* Clork af tald Cu'rlAsrSlit CVIT Or rt/IKIDA, INPPM /fU ten gvpwtr S UlilMpoonibutUp

WttCO BUILDING TT NO., gTATB lotto Or FLORIDA 'tell I ntpls<,If In' iald OACIpBM. COUUTTrHANornf h I I/I awp nonfat dry uBk' 1 (log.) baror wad('

In ,. the Ealal: of lull and t..orv. a 0" ...... JUII&NN 4. CHANCY 1/lMpAonr lateln.in Old.2s Ih.t1 r II
Utilities Furnished WELL DRILLING WL4MUIU, of e0 Onoi.ny sod '1'..'... Attsrnqs Pls./ntlfI\ toaapoMtalt Vaihlona.1 sharpS CawM1.1.1 t.: .'tsar ::

Dee.*.*. fur IOts Plslotitf h.rulu I : ... /........ tUhTdratad Will Alter to Suit "'O'I'ICIIW.IIOI whs. ... 0. Id W..1 1..h I..a"'.'0' Manon rhamr takxrrtadTa fliMly ibiwld.dUI
Featuring n Complete I* ...*., glvta that tbaundareigned 801,0. Otr.a1QiiSuy, P1' ill IIs?....n1 11' HXINQtHtAlIHT
r Your N.ed thus ., Darning Pump tat kaa tilII final on or huferu Nsn.mhor 11, 1514, 1101'11':11 Itt PI'N.1CAThON UajpBryinuiur4 a Ublwpoont chnj>p 4wilrmla PURSUIT
Kama .r Irrlftlla. iHotura and Sort so Admlnluralor H..I" till lull .r S V.... ProMotu. TOi l......... Man..* clianarraalilanr ,optional
of lbs mat of lx>leU.ara .. will be ....... agal..1y.r "h.. I* Nlgkland.. It d doulU tMitUr.dMmltng$ drr toDk. floor Mil,
top S ,
APPLY In oain PUII. Wilklnf' I ar Wkbin U .. Sr
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WILSON'SIf dereaaed and baa also Iliad T. .a whims .5111,0sddn aonalanUyi ,
TERRYROSAHARDWARE lla Petition for (wder of Wetrlkutloa NISI: AND ORDBRBD: atulnr .un I. (1'.1 DsllnSry, grac***> 511 ..ImtlL I'laa* rrtr bo wabr1 itlr f oolc tllfnt .0115M5 lh.t |HTUMminy
CO. and Ita application fr | ,PlwHd thi. 171k day af H 1. I.n", Toad. ibM ,-. ..Jn.tof or BatU lblrknd. Ad4 buttar and arr* Final Dlaeharga and that an the17th * --- --.- ; dar of fcoT.mber, 114 al -"AM Poll: > tkM a complaint 'oo, 41'ore to ibcppod h-utd.
1421 South Monroa 8LTallahaaaM. Hot *cloik A. K. or aa aoonikortaftar ./Yod.,* Ran hat keen filed *glnit you, 11)1) !I. thai walking la anl..ri.llr

: U"'a.: Florida a* the ......1..*. tlork Clroull CourtOadailoa &nd re* ere required I* (..* a ....'. >la .s an .....Ie. ....I"'

122.1107 lOt 'rnty fc* ban, It will apply tlb. t'lt1.! II, II, Non County t. II Florida.t opr *f '0.' .n..., *r pleadIfl Cater 'To Taste With CinncclBcvcrji c* tvrrf County Judge of Oadadanlounlr In. I. III. .0mI.lnl all U' pars- ol on*'I i'., 1 ha .'.. .......n.a
I riorlda at hie office In '( Or alterS*r a Jehnaos ..
IN THE : 4 Ilia drptmU OIl
wolf 0rueur
WANTED: $ Ralomin fur I lter the Court Hou. In Florida THB tKPOHD: JlTtCIAL CIR oh Past W..h51tglos; Olpo t, i>
..tabllhsl Insurance d.blt. Pre for approval of ul"I' FinalRecurs FI11RIDA. IN AND ilnrr. Florida, sad file the tara ami dltunra
married mail sill n-60. Nuns I and : fop a5dun fb Ttflf\. COUNT IN orlIo.I a"..., *r glMdlng fafflr \ Walking tan hues nosh!
h... good u. N..' one mintor I 0' r>t..fbullon end0r CIIANCPKTNO the of the nrh *f ('J.( .v htatth vahl.s. Inn, wlifn, ana
Qidodon County and. on* for HOMES final Dlacharga a* auok Admlal- I. ..II I'oart an *r kfr* Ik. ITIkir '-"' "Iraioi to enjoy) Ilia orn'IM and
.U'fII"nltCIl
of Novomker, IlllIf
alrainrtlTirRN
Inn aalarr. Contact or tail C.r1.. I !: BASK AND TRIIT Mkt* MI1' lflLI. yo m fall I* do M, r>*era* i ., the fip".n *b. I'Icu.ant phyiwal
'.111I.'", 017.1771.ht. COMPANY P1altltf Pro ronf.eao ...11II.. lakea aethniy fan help lor llvatmaliimil .
r$. No. I II'' Br T. K NUon '" telnet ,.. far th* palls *.. i. M th' j I.n bn. Uifitlu It most

YOU MAT BB THIS ONE Worn i lla Truat om.., ALLEN IflTCIIBLL mended In the .."'.III.a. t i likflr la ba tnorilila| whtn tho1011.lt
# f Aa Aftmlnlairir of the &.tal. D..t Doted at Quin<>r "*.
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show I dims wltN .
looklni '0'A> ....,., .. \. *
hrlatma. Gift andTnllatriaa or Lola d. ** NOT, I I' Fltrld Ills llrd dr a l 00. .
IMlr n .w Writs Mr.. IxrilhrMarlln. KlnqiberryGreenwood Or.gorjp and TowUo Ilf .HID H411. 0' Till 'TATS loh.r. III*. ikllL
P O BiIHI Uulnrr. riorldaAtlornof *'r FlA'niL'AiTOl IS irtlFdwla: .: l.lka sty f<*m ol aitrcUa,
Ni l.H Avon. Tallahanara Manaaar Fla. \-.J. for AdmlnlatrtUr ALLCN: MITCHKIJ.: ....... : Rasp wilding r.n u iu. a p.rkod( ofliaduil
It I (H-t. II. II II NOT I Ot addrooa and rld*..* I* 05T1nN.wrnt (1.11, 5 f 1..11 C0urdSyl I cnndllltinlng' krliita any
lull Ill-llll g Baur : ',
i I IMCOND UI" COURT Of kariir aatlfled. that 1 '/De.r.t: Clerkfltdadaa ill ant ..1I"tI rout' out oltnlnlng

1 T Jt'mcuL ok- a alt ;:"dltarro k** Is.a flldlimit C"nir, plendaOHMUN Hart ilowl* with iharl
FOR SALE andSunset i CUT or ,.I..oJUII"tn//irf AND For la th* aka a atrldarl HARNBTfltrr : Sill,'. and atiduilfr build .p
iI roll J n. INCNANC 1, ICraia Mitekoll sad reuar for Plaintiffftoat ; : tht lima mil dulanraTh .
HOUSES I CAME NO$ IITIN I '.''' required I* fll. with lull J..II A.5.,0041 "r' larl tabs gulls a btnln.
the lark of sell Coert yr Waahlnataa ltraQalnar
Acres .
FOE IALK- Small iwuntrr Road,menmy I I. JBrrCHgON. Rill. of rompTalnt' I* Mid/ tult,I |i. N.*. I, II I* 't .' II I III prnpfrTy, are wall broken la

Phono.tor II7-KU* on Ik Talquln It CLARK PLEMMONS ... Plaintiff end I* air* a :oar Ihiroon on IN Till '" I and lane so o..h ....... '105511..

will gALBi Lot. lot foul rant. Pbon. MAto T ISI1 ROrfALD 00014E ... >far) up.y Ik. riliff end T *!..M.,../Attrr., whooeddroa I r.'l.II'f.of, CflIJNJ.Il.DtIC'AND 0AM.r W.arlis1wt.. ptlri i>( twk*
I MARGARET POOAU kl. Wtfa. NTT, FIXRIDAN hrlpa. Th leal lanriloa hisswh.s
II* foot darp On Huntpior I* II Waet "' ....'..1..
alb Road. In .I er4TO gtreet. Qrlo.rPla/da, an arkeTura RBl Tka rune ..f1000CT tk* In.. point '''.'ghl
gi Uk Talquln I
liy on limit. MAIn Midi, 0'1"1 : RONALD rXXIAL .ail,."***" ..** mbir1... ., 1114 Mr ; ?('NRnwNINI TO ('R.tITUa.Dsrwod. ; w $ l ahead I Is walking Walk I I if
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I in fell not or 5 P. ConfoM In dlod
Vhlgham willo..t turned or ml
MARGARET rOUAL kla .. All th .'''11.'. *f Ihi .*isle
del. II NOT t, U :* 41 wifo, who* o..1....* |* ta Mid will*.it. ealerid tgila" ,..I aJ OMNNT MROWNINU, dMMO- Catattaff to hdMdiul U M ..n..... product, I
PUB gALB Brick ..", I1iar SPQ&TOOVKoNbcnrrt. Illl N. Ridga ..... 1)(>NB' AwnniirtngDti ouia-, 54. are korekr nolllled wd red I II! Ma.a. It MW potttbU In I tho Ito,"'." Yoodd CcnnPIIII": The *<.iull* M th. (10.1.

>ald kouaa. I bodrooma.: I YOU Koreln ABB. Oklo HBRBBT: HOTI. *r, rurida ihi. ink dr .f ulaher ........... I* fll* mr slat",. lIP ... I a ..111111I... of Urn. J. rr.f.rytor >w uUh cliwoUU 4t Ink, MUM. 'f h* anlra'.... ehoaklt

batha, Ur.o Kltchoa-Ulnlng Patio, raID Uat a Camplalat la fora.IIM A. P. IlllgBAVl aaia WHWNrnmY xlaia la piar I** affloa'f mmwmigalnat ** MTMt tim iwir Hh>k>. .n4 Homo JUoU/ drlaHr : ciulMnwd lginil cwetdolng

Roam Room. Combined.C.rport. ,...d -'- -- a mortgage .... Ill f.'. ( It'.I. Bear : Ik* Onalr Jrdpo af Oda4 aaanif :Mined Milk ka't r. UOMMtfcllkbU. vlUtnln lortllUd. _"hl1.lb. I hiking ar ,In any olhrr vlgar*

war Ra* central hut 1'11111'1 lowlna .._..... .,..t, lowtod / (lark Clrrull CNN k' rurlaa. In th* ** H. I With tlM >.swk .* su )....... ..,.I .f forti atIoS MI r/hrtkal ..I..",. Th a*.
171 N ....... II.. Qulnef. la 0d..la Caatr> Plorlda, le- 0...... Coai, Plsrldar.1.II.I.N..5.0 0101 54rlnoy: riarlna. wtiklaall '( PMMT, loot *f OWM Urtr wry with th* Individual. boon Ihunail who tr... In do M IIIal
phono MAIn '. T4lPoR wltls..1a' ( $ 41 aalanaar moaika from the " with MllfmuKl .
/ al the Nertheatt (MB: dais of .". Ion aakll'.iin *fihi ,.ffMirrxl7/rdrlnkln(. iir-lh< minimum dally r.'rilr*> t
gAl.K Homo and lot IIIW Corner *f Lt ,..*. III 01 th. PKrTlfB T) <-T II&i-Tirt." ..,... Kaok alalm *r do. Awonf IN mot* ,.,.111I! "Ittdrink m.ats caraf iillr I kipt !/a Mind ': aad a inll.r Iarine narohl
.laft.ron. Tall ) W PianulP.aeook. original taste tat: .a.l.a afik AI'VgnTIIIWKNT aiaad atuat k. la writing **4M I lb.r- slat Ko Ills auuna Motbcra thilwb **ftla Mh.. lulur A
4IT-IIU. If Town of 11..an.. riorlda.ihnc *.*lad klda will b* ........ .. atai* tha ala a of rsoldonr* ::=;:"Ia1J\c'Ia cho.o. lif.nl.. fro .nuUltion, pndkal chat. hop blor' b.!jln-
Wool On. huodrodihlrir Mil $00 PIT. .....
run H s,4
t ...* aad I.."/>fl>e hue 'her II. 1144 PM4 In the C BinlMlaRt. lalmaat anotofflr ana mast 44rM k* fur*5bo ra la ;!late. 0.nM4 nilUi. hilu*, Ur law lml.m4 aa will aa bin( lull Slog a* IIMCIM' arogrant ,la a
1".n.1" H If., U-l:: I J.1 Iredtk III II feet, IkcnM ...., .ta.t:4 wdMr drtftka.Tk mess prxiMlHHi to b* lar* n.
( ) raa City Hll N tk* ('1, hr tka alalmant, hi* af ml. hi* r. ef TMllla *
hill .1..... ....... frtM Oulu,. tialaer, Pistils fr Ik* llom.r or u will b*r.m.w Told : .wbrrjr *N. '-". ...* faa .. iar.. health probUmi:ill that ailghlb !
slides WMI (. gll'UW Mia.. ;ntr Sus.d l o anainl *< aMBMIng t. law .N ( Is :: > ."1104 with trail transform*! *ggr* *l*>l *o.dn. fhabml
) -r+J ir-four **d alnatr.twa *.*. I.. ". .ar." ..11'1... Q.',,,. ,. "" I' *.' 01 00.1M, I bseongw Ill I' lea _.. float by the ., MthMy ihoald b. bull'
1 rod ika IK III foot tkaara raaIwlk ,..rt... A. D.: 11.5.VInl.RT. I all/kl ws
t V SERVICE Elgktr-aln* ...... ...- I Oenoral MBtrvlara ..., 0* SROWNIPIminlatr.or1..f M..I. X9'* tt..wb ad "'tM :w'1.-t af:: 115.15 ./f slowly will emndorstlesa
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Time Now ForWinterseeding finer grasses. Fine fescue seed Rubber Plants, Ugustrum, Dn Bronson married to the former Esther ALL IN A XAUE
may be had in several Oregon menus, Dletfenbauhias, Oiinei Matney Rogers of Anderson, S. C., a graduate .
varieties such as Six-wings, Ilia Holly, Pittwporum, Philodendror of Anderson College who also Columbia. S. C. A Unlveratty
!nee and Pennlawn. For winter Phormlum, etc R Assumes DutiesAt attended Furman University. They of South Carolina candidate for
seeding all are good. They sprout: For planters, some of the fawn have four children Mary Bryan, freshman class president hu a
By Dr. Robert W. Behery, almost as readily u does ryetram. lies are Schlzmalngluttis, Ounce ff N.C. CollegeThe I Bronaon Philip Serena Louise andFredrrll'k name that should please campus
Dim-tor, Tim Lawn Institute ( Kentucky bluegrass, a com Evergreens, Anthurlum, Ptttc 1 4r ,f DanielAs students regardless of their political .
The Idea with wlntergrass\ d o>> puncnt of most blends, is quite a sporum, Spalhopyllum, Ahpldlsln, campus minister, Matney party. The freshman's name
get It started lust a* the perman. need bargain, with 2 million III'CdM Gardenias, Dracaenas, Bcaucarres Presbyterian Center at East t I directs a program operated by the \Is Strom Thurmond Johns ion
to the pound (bmtgrau Is even Ardlsla and Carolina College! Greenville, N.
flit tums slugglhh approach, a host of olheDlcffcnbachiau Presbyterian Center which coorImates South Carolina's two senators arcStrom
grass
log dormancy The exact date: more economical, 7 million seed PhllodendronsPeppcromlM C. has IU tint full-time ordained with the activities of the Thurmond and Olin IX
v,u IPS. with location, and with thjeMcnt to the pound I. Bluegrasses and etc campus minister to Presbyterian Westminster Fellowship, the organisation Johnston
that autumn lingers. Some, bcnlgrassos make excellent late- Low colorful plants include Se students her with the ap. for college! students of
years, In cooler locations, winter, !season ewer, and are nearly! as creasea, Rhoeo discolor, Azaleas, ointment of Bronson Malney Jr. the Presbyterian denomination Grinding of the first sugar cane
soivlinR begins before OrtoberAhilc dark green as is fine fescue Gardenia radlcans, Lantana, Csrissa by the Presbyterian Synod of of the 1964-45 season began Oct.
the far South not win, Winter lawns of such tine-lex Suphorbla, Texas Sage Cu North Carolina. 20 at the U. S Sugar Corp, plant
terwd< until November may lured species are. hard to bea mlltiflora reset, and alml- The new minister, a native oliVayncsviIle Tips On Storing in Clewiston The mill Is experlr J
They are reliably winter-hardy, para plants.Vines comes to Greenville to process 7.000 Ions of cane dally l
Obviously, for a good wintergruel : _
and their modest growth pace Include Ivy Cbnfederat tram the First Presbyterian Summer Cottons
tart' Die permanent lawn makes mowing hardly necessary Jasmine, Lantana dclloatiiulma Church of Quincy which he had
should no Else longer It be will growing crowd vigorously and In spring they gracefully yield to Philodendron Pathos, Hoya, anothers. served as minister since 1957. By Alma WirrrnBefore I Insurance Center
the reviving bermuda But all You'll enjoy living will A 1945 graduate of High Point
imnlhei the new seedlings. So his future glory upon Ugh School and a member of the you put away your summer -i
wait until growth slows (you ran sowing the: seed at:1a plants) clans of '52 at East Tennessee cottons for the Inter, make I 1121 West Jefferson

trll hef-mise mowing taped off), time for your locality In the week Slate College, he completed! l his sure they're clean
and (he jrasn shows signs of poor now at hand. Too Lale formal ministerial training at Coumbia This will give them a longer, PAT THOMAS
nicer! Then get busy at once For Theological Seminary In wear life, says Miss Elizabeth
Jiilckesl uprooting wlntp-grass: Atlanta, Ga. ills undergraduate Dlckenson, clothing and textile'
muM be seeded! while the weatheris Tips ForGardeners To Classify education Included attendance at specialist, Florida Agricultural Extension INSURANCE, INC.
.reasonably! warm Moisture I High Point College and Western l Service.
\U ilso needed The mow frequently Carolina College. Check carefully for stains, which
you sprinkle, the better By Russell Ordained In mid-1956 by the may become permanently set if I
should bp your wlnlcrgrass stand 7e Cherokee! Presbytery In Rome, allowed I to remain during storage.
UNTO THAT GROW INDOORS Enjoying well earned retiremrn t e
Other aids Include mowing the Ga., Matney held four church-re Take out hems of little girls'dresses
AND I.IKK ITt) In Sarasota Dr. Willis J. Potts
permanent grass shorter than initial ap- fated positions before assuming his that you know will haveto
no Unit sun reaches the new predates the blessing of life, the ASTRONAUT PROMOTID-U. S. astronaut John Glenn becomes be lengthened next year.
Plants are most Important for ministry In Quincy.He
sprouts Fertilizer hurries win. but farm sunshine, the flowers, the a full colons! In the U. a. Marine Corps when he receives has served as soloist and Turn cuffs of children's overallsand
harmony or for contrast, they
trrgrass: It Is especially suRgentJ personalize your home and are fresh clean air with Its precious << his commission from President Johnson In a ceremony youth worker at the North Avenue pull Dockets out before laundering One Stop Means
for finer Uirfgrassca Uh a* most effective If the right selections :xygen. Especially does he enjoy chilren at the Whit House In Washington, D.c. "resbyterian Church In Atlanta, Don't bother to Iron cot. Complete Service
the of little
Joyous laughter
fine fescues, bluegraiises and tons that .
I you are 'packing away.Don't
made, R. E. ;d" Brown, student minister for a summer al
says as they play happily, often !
benlRrasses, which have rather Zion Churchof starch them, either. Starch
of Florida\ Nurserymenand Mount Presbyterian
small seeds, If hew voluminous president kipping along with a puppy at attracts illvertish. DIAL 627.7151
S. C student
Growers Association. Cheese Snacks For Instant Hospitality Sandy Springs
seeds can he scratched a bit into In plants for Indoor their heels.Children assistant at Central PresbyterianChurch Park garments loosely to prevent I
choosing
fix soil\, they will slay moist must consider not only the and dogs have played of Anderson, S. C.. and deep creases from setting In, QUINCY
somewhat better, perhaps require line location you, but the container, the a very. Children Important and role dogs In this bring man'slife to assistant minister at the First and store In a cool, dry place._ I

lava.- watering.! blends of the foliage, the textures, the light requirements mind an event at Children's Memorial Presbyterian Church of Rome Ga.,
suggest
Experts and the colors. Modm Hospital In Chicago whenhe I Other past experiences for Mat. FOR -
Interior decorating demands summoned all the faith andcourage ney Include his service as moderator
he use of plants to add accent at his command and performed of the Florida Presbytery In
RUST..OLEUMSTOPS color, and Interest. Not only are his first operation on a 1903 and several manifestations of FUEL OIL
plants decorative, but they are humAn being In an effort to save his pre ministerial interest In
valuable as alro6JlllhUonlnlallPntl music. Before his decision to enter -
the life of a blue baby, Diane
In your home. Plant take In Sohnclls, at the urgent request of the ministry, he travelel ex
carbon dioxide and return It to brave who had tensively as a singer on local and HOME DELIVERY
the air as oxygen, purifying the heard young of his parents experiments andcountless national radio and with dance ;
RUST hands lie had planned a career I
air In your home. I operations on does In an
I There are many lovely plants effort to find a means of saving as a concert soloist: Last year hesang CALL 627-8883
I from which you may choose for condemned blue babies that unit the tenor lead I In the Florida I a In Quincy
Available In your Indoor planters, as tubbed that memorable day the medical State Opera production of "Car I I/e/
specimen! or for potted plants for mfesslon knew no way to help. men.1
accent In choosing your plants While Dr. Potts and his aasoct- r The new {campus minister Is; 663-2319
All Colors you must determine the height, ale Dr. Sidney Smith had success-
spread, color, and suitability for fully performed numerous operaons In Chattahoochee
,
the location. For example, It a and hoped that alml-
AVAILABLE IN on does ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTOR
plant demands plenty of light t'I dertainly Jar operations would work on humans On of the most welcome, and I type.Top each with an olin slice.
ALL SIZE CANS 1 It woulnot thrive In a they hesitated, even at the th* easiest of dishes to serve i Place) on the tray in a seml-cirda I '
AND dark comer; yet there are plants of Diane's parents. Thedoga Is a cheese assortment,according around the Gruyere wedgei./ Unwrap SERVICE
which will grow under those con request they had been working with lo the Borden Kitchen.i Simple I a > or 8-ouno* pscksg* of PROMPT. DEPENDABLE,
SPRAY CANSGuaranteed ditions. You must select the plant health while, the tverydaychtes* varieties ilk* cream OP Neufchatel cheese
for that specific location, and were In perfect dP.th'ldoor lllces\ tirayer'Wed *.. cream or j place on a smsll plat*-pou* COURTEOUS SERVICE
and from wiring
to child was frail near Anything
mnke sure the colors either harmonize Kent chatel cheese and Roquefort over St plenty of A-l or chill
STOP RUSTI or contrast wild your rugs, Dr., Potts, an eminent surgeon, triangles are good for a start sauce-add a small cheese a house to replacing
add melba toast rounds or ro spreader and surround with
etc
drapes For example, some of the Palms was the chief pedlatric surgeon at in tangles and you have JniUntlospitallty. crackers or melba rounds Let a light bulb
Memorial Hospital WE GIVE
LARSENLUMBER Tiildren's ( guests spr s4 their own. Process
which do well Inside Include Knap-
ilcago and professor of surgery A wooden tray if fin* for arranging cheese slices-American or Pimento ( SERVICEOIL
Is, Chamaedorea, Phoenix metal'ml
at Northwestern University Medial cheese,but tray will Ike Shepardat
any varltty-such as art
Chinese Fan Korean Fan,
,
CO. School. Could he risk such a to. Turn the Gruytr wedges
European, Fan, Areca or Caryota andhll packaged In the 8-, 12-,16-or 24-
doubtful operation although he from their plastic container; unwrap -
I ounce sires( can easily b*cut to Jib
AIM will find the cycads,
you had not completed and tbs wedges in
associate arrange
Phone 627-7278 the toast rectangles. Just cut a
lone( relative of the palms, very (heir experiments and 'had no way a slightly separated circle in the CO.South
Mainline Drive I IBU tnrlory. :of knowing what the results might center of the tray. Turn a few cheese slice 'in half and cheese place SHELFER.BLITCHFURNITURE s A s
the toast. Quick
Large plants that may be used be when the operation, a very delicate wedge on the aide and place atop
be cut by slicing CO.
cubes
easily
Include Pndocarpus, Schefflera, on a thl'HIO"to straddle the spaces can
was performed
one
down through the 8-ounce 8-alice Robert Street
melba rounds with
(Spread proo MAin 7-IS43
human being I ON ALLPURCHASES
psckage. Arrange the cubes on
cheese varietiesth
spread RM. ISI-S412
decision to MI
| had hard
Dr. Potts a
I make. The risk was pot and kind which are parked In 6- and a fancy pick-it's fun to peel off Warehouse Pb. MAIn T-1100 QUINCY
PLACE YOUR every Indication pointed to fail I 8 ounce glasses of the reusable each thin slice.

are He carefully explained the --- --- ---- -
danger to Diane's parents but with J.',
death the only alternate\ they
ORDER NOW begged him to go ahead and said
that should the IS month old -
baby die on the operating table to
continue I the operation In hope
that the knowledge he might gain
AT would eventually help save oilier
children suffering from the same
1 affliction Few parents are blessed QUINCY DODGE INC.

FLETCHER COMPANY, Inc. I cepHon.with such deep love and per ,

?, his own words Dr. Pita tells
GREENSBOROFOR the thrilling story of this annealing 916 West Jefferson St. Telephone MAin 7-7135
'first operation in the November
now on your news
1 f.r'Ip'IIII which received
:a Reader's Digest First Person QUINCY, FLORIDA
Award Is entitled "We Gave Diane
Bark Her Life. I am sure
SHADE TOBACCO I you will want to read It and I ,
6
recommend It to you. (Formerly Lester Motors, Inc.)
He tells of the unexpected complications
I that developed, the almost -
SPECIAL Insurmountable difficultieshe
Nov. 2 1964
met and records\ the personal ,
elation that accompanied success
I when he child turned from deathly -

TUNG NUT MEAL was I blue accomplished.to rosy pink after the task Dear Friends:

I! It Is gratifying to repeat that I

DEHYDRATEDCATTLE ,1.000 done this similar Initial operations operation have over Effective as of this date we have changed our name from

been successfully performed by

Dr. Potts and his associates debt, and of Lester Motors, Inc., to Quincy Dodge, Inc. This is a changein
I these living children owe a
MANURE gratitude to the courage and skillof only.
the doctor and his aides as wellas name
to Diane's parents, whose wtUI -

DOLOMITE I i Ingness their baby to gamble made It with all possible.the life of You may wonder why we have made this change and you

I And we should not forget the
dogs. for while their part was not are entitled to know. These are our reasons:
I voluntary: their love and trust of

ALL TYPES ,I humans contribute made much It possible to the for welfare themto 1st: We are proud of our location in the heart of Gadsden


of mankind. i County and our ability to serve the entire area.
FERTILIZERMATERIALS I Alfredo Antonlnl, Tampa Philharmonic .
conductor and CBS mu.

i lie director"Myrtle, Mil received Wreath"the awardfor 110dnMllh'1 -I Ii 2nd: We are proud of our products, which we offer you for

i music-Mevement, in the field of dependable and efficient service:


i i The Key West Chamber of Com-
and the Mfami I-baaed Off-
mecca
ihore Power Bout Racing Association DODGE CARS and DODGE TRUCKSThus
co-sponwlng the annual
are
FLETCHER CO. Mluml-to-Key West Ciovern. I
INC."West I
or's Cup Race on Nov. o.
we think by having our name represent our location
Martha de Bellas, a waitress at

Gadsden' Largest Source I Shores Howard was Johnson's named Miss In Miami lion I and our products, makes good business judgment.

lallty at the annual Pan American

of SuppIyHT.lephone Hotel recently.and Restaurant Exposition We invite you and your friends to join in partnership with us
I

442.2225 Greensboro. Florida I The finest sermons are seen and Dodge Division of Chrysler Motor Corporation on any one

'not heard: they live In the lives I

-- -- -- -- -I'lot men and women. or more of, our products.We .


/ Ask us about our warrant our products for 5 years or 50,000 miles.


Your business is and will continue to be appreciated.


FREE 7 DAY HOME e TRIAL Sincerely yours, -





ON ZENITH COLOR I I TV! QUINCY DODGE, INC. .,..


J'lVn\ .*!.

Prove for yourself Zenith's C. W. Thomas Jr., President ,

greater dependability

Lamar Lester Vice-President


Taylor F. Grantham Secty-Treas.

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