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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


VOLUME 64, NO. 48 QUINCY, FLORIDA 32351, THURSDAY_ NOVt.MBt.lt.. 12:_11164 PRU COPY TEN CENTS




Many Write-In Votes Are Annual Thanksgiving Union 25th Annual Homecoming Atuincy




Services Set I


Tabulated Here In GadsdenGoldwater ( Union Thanksgiving Srrvk'es.sponsored .

I by 1M Quincy Ministerial Set
Association will be hold this High Tonumtf

Receives -- _. -- ---- year at the Hint Baptist Church,
November 29, at 10 a m. Everyone .

More County Support Plans Continue Health Center It cordially invited to attend (

Than First The Rev Guy Waite of Thomas _

When the official Reported canvas of the For Gadsden Gets $24,050 preach Memorial on Baptist"The Church Graciously will,I City Commission ,I QUEEN CONTESTANTS Uptown Parade
Offering
l Greedy The Thanksgiving
General Election wu completed I I ." -
As 1--
2nd PaymentA will to the Scholarship r"-1\
last Thursday afternoon it wai; Fund of the go Cadwlen AS- To l Scheduled To
found that Sen. Barry Goldwatc Junior CollegeFuture : County: Quincy Open
had carried the county by a much! A for $:4.050 has been satiation for Retarded Children.Inc. ,
larger vote than In I sent to the Gadaden County Health l
this paper last week was The reported Republican plans for the pnnsibUlt' Center In Quincy from the Florida Service also will be held In St. City Hall BidsNovember l I Begin At 4:30:

candidate had 5207 to 4 of Retting a higher education fa Development Commission as the' Paul* Episcopal Church November I
; rlllty for Gad 158 tor second Installment I
his President payment on
opponent Ceremonies
On 18The t At Field
discussed of thGadsdcn of the
Lyndon B. Johnson, who was at a meeting the federal hospital construction John Bywater in charge ,
ed by a landslide flf'Ct'l County Junior College grant for that project.Cummisston service. Will Begin At 7:30;

Incumbent Senator Advisory Committee Monday alt Chairman Wendell I City ol Qmmy will open : Football Game At 8

Holland received a total of 5,044 emoon Gadsden County recently declined Jarrard said the federal grant C. V. Butler To i bids. on iiniklrudlon of III new
to 1800 for Claude R. Kirk Jr. Wakulla obtained by the Commission for city hall and! public safety building Ths twenty-fifth annual Qulncy
with :
Leroy Collins received one write- to go along the at 3 nckxk Uedncwlny aft Illlih School ;
and Leon Counties In new public health center total Head Gadsden Homecoming will
in volt for Holland seat In the by the State Junior requesttnapproval Col.Iege el WOOD of the 197.449 construction I column Nm'ctnler 18 The announcement kick. off mm a gal parade at
Senate. coat. was made Monday 4 30 tomorrow aftcmuon" in ,down
Board for Jun ,
Don Fuqua, who was unopposed ice College The a Tri-County State Board .1 A* the official stale agency Farm BureauCecil niiiht at the meeting of the Uty own Quint\
for a second term In the U. S Commission
ill October meeting approved a designated by the Florida trgiaaluie V Butler, lohacco grower The flair' Queen contestants and
House of Representatives, received priority one status for this col'e to administer the federal pucker and cattleman of Havana I Both buiKling will\ be Included ttetlya Jiffenal Mary I.IM< l"ester their escorts the cheerleaders, the

6,035 votes while Mallory till-burton program for medical hat been elected to head the 800 In one contrad and plant andKpcciflcHtlons saintly ..MI/lulh1r/ val'llilyo'IIPO
Home, of Tallahassee picked up Gadsden County has always' tally 'instruction, the Commission member Gadsdrn County Farm may be oUaiix-d, lulus various club cowl home,

88 write-in votes over the county. supported the concept of the com, handles about $23 million In I Bureau for the commit year. Hesucceeds from UK TalluliaiMee architectural: room flout will pnrth!|..l. In the
Other write-ins were Robert L.Munroe 1
munity college! which is designedto hospital construcuon each yearwith Forrest Davis, Jr., u engineering I firm of Burn, Dab parade
Mitchell Drew llal
Davis
and Will Varn. help fulfill the goals of higher! roughly one-third of this total president fin & Uiahop. I Aililliig miMli, ixOtir and dp to

B. K. Roberts, unopposed for education at the lowest possible being federal money lI'CIIull'l.But10n \ Re-flrcted as officer ot thetroup The CommlKsiun passed on the the festivities I will Ixi the QulmyIlllth .
cost by locating the facility pear! the Commission to serve with' Mr. Butler are second and final reading ol Ordinance Srbuol' hand along with bauds
another term on the Florida Supreme -
Court In Group 1, receive I the students. I program. J'. 1. Barlneau u vice-president: No. 431 changing the son- from dirrnsliom soil Havana
5,449 while Hugh Taylor and "Such school have been suc The Florida Hospital Dan for John Allen Smith secretary ..ndT. tog classification Lot 13, Santa IlIlIh !Sihooli. I Huh'stepping nuJoreltes ><

M. L. King got one vote each by I'I'RRfulln meeting! these goals and, 1964 proposed by the Commission Douglas Owens as treasurer Clara Plantation, from R-l to Clttilitv emirs will strut their stuff. HIM
the write-in method. It is our feeling that the student' and approved by the 'federal official The Florida )'amuI"l'flU Fed adjustment will he made Kituilng at. the American Leu: >it

E. Harris Drew, also unopposed of Gadsden County Justly deserve I' include* 33 projects. erallon Is scheduled to hold It. hy the City fur the proposed paving Home lite pied will proornldown
for another term on the Florida to have the benefits ot a Junior 23rd annual statewide convention work to be dune on lite Experiment I \\'.. Shun and terminals

Supreme Court in Group 2, received college available to them a* they, JUNIOR HIGH MYF in the Cherry Plaza Hotel In Station Rand extending from at Ward Lot. The Inter,
9381 tallies.In are available to students of other Orlando November 13 through the Adam to Robert Street. luh CtHiiull KRSiil| the I loin*.
group 3 on the Florida Supreme counties," a spokesman said He PLANS BAKE SALEThe 17th. It was also decided by the City issuing I'lirnde. lYIof to liar par
Court Richard W. Ervin added that "our withdrawal from' Junior High MYF of the Members of the Gadwlen group that gas line adjustments will be taste, a .|wliil aaaemMy pnwun

garnered 5,530 votes for his first the Joint effort with ttakulla and Centenary Methodist Church will named to the board for the coming made for the( pro' | *ed paving I 1Ihrr,I I'Irnep.os Shells II.".. will he presented by the eiirrr'
Leon counties, to get a communIty -: year In addition to the aboveolficen work planned on U S. BO Meat -- loaders In tlw staid' siidllorluiTlie '
lull term a* a justice. have bake sale the Court-
John T. college, does not mean that a on lire: Harry D. Baasett It was reported that the dam pre.name n'trmnnlc will
Wlggington unoppolt'dfor
Judge, District Court of Appeal we do not want our children to bruise 14 Square 9 Saturday 1 November Joe Cantey, Ilerschel A. Claik, J. that Is maintained by the City ofQunn County CC Meeting Slated In'gin at 1.3D tomorrow evening'
First District have access to a Junior college from am. to p.m. Forrest Davis. Jr., Henry B. Dover ('y on take Inh'rludll'll north si Curry Athletic 1 Find when' the
Appellate received I
11.197Iotr... It Is our primary concern that our The proceeds will "he lined for s"Party C W. llarbln Jr., C. Miss Her of town and t'y""U CovIngton J uniorCollegeSiluation On Soil TestingNovember Qulmy Tiger ovcawslns, lluittt11mniw
Haydon Bums Democratic candidate students have a community college For Other tin, W. M. Inman Ford Larkin. wa* damage heavyrains | < and loylt Koirltanil,
for Governor of Florida to attend, and this project is All mother who bake cake Joe Line. Fred G. Shelter J>. W. and repair amounted ttaptiroxlmalely .' will irown the luet IkmeuimliiK

won handily over his Republican deserving of any effort that we are requested to take them to Shelter Malcolm N. Smith, Jr., V.000. I Will 16 Queen and present her with a buu-

opponent, Charles R. Holley Burnsreceived can make to accomplish tills It the church kitchen by I o'clock Murray Spormer J. Byron Sunr James Miss, City Clerk slated loin of Ihuiwe.Evil ...,

4.530 votes In 3.232 for Is our secondary concern that the Saturday morning and John &duvan.Drew the bond money for the con-:! Br J<"'a Kinwlt year the fwilhall "ameletls
Holley Robert King High had 84 college be located in our own stnirUcn of the new city hull and Be DiscussedThis ('11II1', AgentAirsngnmentl the nsilestalits and lira

write-in while Scott Kelly pickedtip county. We are still hopeful a public safety building will\ be doIvered have been nuul' Queen la elected by th* seventh

10.Tom. post high school education facilIty Blountstown Ties to the City of Quincy al for Novembe Uirotigh the Iwrlfth iradtf,
can be made available to Tiger Friday'. Hoard Merlin, a meeting, Mundny,
Adam, Secretary of State the Atlantic National Hank, Jacksonville
HimemmlncQuivn
Sitsthe
< the Chamlier I of 18 1:30 at the Llvrstot Vying
Gadsden County student In G.dadi : p.m.,
and unopposed for another term In at 10:30 Friday mornng Commerce ..illnt'I' at title are: Carolyn Jelf.
received 5.734 votes Mai >n County"Efforts November 13. llartiert man Pavilion I In Quincy for the' per
office. Havana Ir"alIary! Louise I...sler, Sheryl
I 'at the Oiunlry dun.wa It
lory Home Guy Race and William In behalf of securing a' Gregory, Qty Msimger: Alton\ announced today by Mitchell:: : pne of discussing major Kill stiraslroislka ItiomiNis( and Wiella lUwls.
of community type school for Gads- and Cross filling' Ulna and tar
Ttmmons received scattering Attorney
City
a Towlit. ;
write-in for his office. There len County will continue and the Team 6-6 Friday Night will present Qulm?. .N. Drew, presulenl of lite than illlirr use ant munendatlisui. Carolyn Joffuwt.co-head; t groen: cheer+ynlIminrtlv
legislative delegation will for In Gwlstk County.EslMislon la varsity
E. county
were ,.1. vote cant for Ray In other business the Cum .. crops
work toward this end during the 1 'A* a county rhimlier InlemIn liNutrr a member of the TI..r'lT.I.
Green, seeking another term u sale of old Agnas nibt StmHalls.
"
mlRRIIIIIPIIl'OV.f'II.1M
rotate our board mretlim. ilalt, Jmilor Exchangettes'
next session of the Legislature.
of the State. J. R. from UalnesvlUewill ,
Comptroller The door to later Joining In By D Conner unopposed, received b the principal 1'bi.m..Unr .
Doyle to far speakir
Tlnma WriterIn with new ones he town la McK of the stveraCommunities by 'rank W>msn.Manr .
with Leon and Wakulla counties pacts
1,008olra for another uisuUled. will assist fanner In
Is Named 130 light feavt beta
I lour yean .. Commissioner of Agriculture. III the Junior college to be locate t Gulf Coast 'Conference tilt new limit that are partlclpalln understanding. the value ot M Louise Lester, a bluo-'

Write-ins were counted In Leon County will remain open the Blountstown Tiger ram from In the .City_- --- In the nmtlnulng economic" growl testing and the Imporlanc of eyed brownelle, Is preshlpnl" .of
local school board. behind 8-6 Georgia 'Phone of Gmlmicn County. the Stink nt O aim'11|, .-lltir nf
for Pat Thomas, Forrest Davis, to our to grab a tie with Qulney proper f"rullaallllIMn a plat
Grinelle Bishop and Henry Uein- In the last quarter on an 83 T. R. Smith Jr. I'. W Ktielfer Jr.. had Arrlnn stamlpulnl.Allhsigh. the TltP-rs Tale, nicnihrr of KMJunliir

berg. Public SafetyDepartment yard pas Interception by Fullback Vice President lUll and Dan Miller are I(avalrepresentative this I II the most adsasthitMtus tjulianurttes: Inter '*nuh
on the Hoard off and\ Ulce Uuh. I'm rm-
J. Edwin Larson Slate Treasurer Ronnie Montford. Clayton Has Accepted Urn art the" weather tx (Vmn. II
picked up 5.887, while Robert lanney blocked the kick on the Mitchell N. Drew president ol Umlors of the Counly Ulamb..r.1111'1'f' the pant three weeks hu been er will Iw her escnrtRheryt

L> Munroe and Willie Boersreceived Has extra point try to preserve it. the Quincy Telephone Company. PositionThe presenlallvn lint Uaiattahrmchee .. deal for taking mall ampK" we Thompmin, a grseneyrdbninrltf 1
one write.in vote each Quincy. handicapped without was named 2nd vice president ol New area Willie JSmithy have reiftved lea* than 3
Earl Falrclolh received 5812Votes !Very Busy WeekThe the services of their first two regular 'I the Georgia Telephone As**'latlon Reverend T R. Smith Jr? Joe, fkadley and Lamar ile*. M,. Frmer, why not take. Mill 11'SnOItml1 411 preslilfnl,
for his first term as Attorney Q18rtt'l"bac"llank" I Burn at Its 42nd annual cnmrntkin held son of Mrs. T. R. Smith d Quln Muairy will attend the merlin your ample now, M If a flrlinmls s copy rrvkr Mar (lINt Tlver Tale
General. Jimmy Kyne got member of the Depsrtmen I fOtt and Arthur Munroe tboth kwtor In Atlanta last week hat accepted a new appointment lung' with the fifteen direieasfrom lime II can be applied In coal' a nwmbrr .< t. 1.A. lief ennit
19 write-in vote while Geol'ieSlf'If'na of Public Safety of the City ol the season) found Mr of- Other elected official are ry as Assistant Minister" at KIBarlholumew the Quincy', Grrrashoro amIreliM 1 ufflctent:: tlm to get full \benefitir I Will bs Greg Gr.dnrn.8iella ,
received one. mlncy had a busy time a llttlt HIM frustrated at the hands ol ( district. A December or
Hawklnsvllle '
Mansfield Jennings\ Jr, of tnlcnial; Chuixh the fleet crop If you wait lUwls a petite green
State School Superintendent Tom after noon Saturday. Cause of the an aroused BlounMnwn learn r.... president.: T. C. In New York Oty J.nulll'1tln, will' ,be scheduled until iprtng, In al l>l'ly lure, the eyed lininette, Is a number (4unlor
D Bailey unopposed for anothei' commotion was a fire and two Qulncy's Tigers dominated the Smith of Leslie. Ga., 1st vice. addition to assisting with for Uiallshm" bee crop will mil receive full h.-nefll hsnitrltes, KTX, Gin

term received a total of 512Cvotes wrecks which were reported withIn statistics once again! u they have president, and E. M. Unit, secretarytreasurer. the In Church aervlcr*. The Th .boanl meet once a mmlh. More IIlb''''''' I 11 bring shown In Club alai Is chaplain nf the Rain.
John Doe, Martin Luther minutes of each other done thisseason regular combining a lunr.iINJfI with the
all Gassbuswill
against
opponents Smllh I I. Hie Dlrertnrnf pinning ikwer In grass piwtures EnvIri IU'hard "
King and Gertrude Robinson wen First call came at 12:05 Ic but Cairo. 13 first downs The asaociallm Is composed of Rev Mr. dnmmunlly business meeting Until the board Calcium level are font he her eertirtTtn .
Bartholomew'
."Io'J'111"1na. Investigate a wreck at the comer against S, 177 yards rushing 3) Independent fO St. grew last month to a nvmhershlof Important fur wiTrsstul lover. sladatlsduse
Edwin L. "Ed" Mason unopposed I of West Jefferson and Cow against 50 and (4 yards passing I Ira serving 230 an'i Cluh. a unique nrganllallon( businessmen of twmfy-oiie, all meeting had nother need Mir soil tenting big' game 'Is 111thtigers ,
hrlween Die Qiilncy
for Florida Public UtilitiesCommission ireets A car owned by B. M against Blountstown. 33. Quincyrecovered more than 200,000 telephone over one thousand young 1 Len held In the bred ".." ohe -- 1 orlmk .
I't'Cl'I\If'IIlI,8:1 vote. Sleet sot driven by a Juvenile two Blounlstown fum and womenThe itatnher offli In Qui"( '''. 1"llhe 1 1I111t. Jun Miarks.A
William D. 'Bill" Hopkins was Involved In a collision with a lies and Intercepted one pas*. but Community dub In the Regular business tit th* organluitloi Connie Sonilf cfikirflil hIIlt.11111' show will
State Attorney for the Second Jutattnoed vehicle driven by Mrs. G. A. MeDearmld then they recovered one fumble I Saddle Club middle of Manhattan, provides. Is nnvliMled at cash .be pnwflled by Ihe giliray,

( sa Page" Two) Investigation revealed and Intercepted two panes. Both purtunltle| tit young men amiwomen monthly meeting with project Judged WinnerIn ,ireennlKiro, Havana and M. JIM
hat Mrs McDeamud lowed In aerial steals orcurred on strs Wins Ribbons to engage In octal, edurational committees reprting and future nand,
turn off Jrffl'l'BOI1l1\to Cone Street 1 teglc drives. On the 2nd play ofhe and athletic ...twltl... activities discussed and planned Contest OlmsMlng the 1"11111I1IIvtu. -
Entomologist andPr car was hit In the rear '! second quarter our Tigers got The Gadsden Saddle Club par The Rev Mr Smith begun his hanihrr member are urged to Essay ..* will be a daQS sfter the

by the Slont automobile The case to the five on a 40 yard pass from dcipaled In the Dixie Hone frolics new work on Novemlrr I I. ,keep their hoard reprnenliillvesscquainted Connie srnlff I finer Ku-. fame In Die gym lasting" until
Assumes Duties was turned over to Juvenile authorities Jimmy Suber to Chortle! LaBarrt Assoristlonal Round-Up fiow ---- with needs and desires iMnlght. "Sluoiiirila! will it.lie .
On 4th down, 4 yard to go for a last SAturday and Sunday Moul. SPECIAL SERVICESAT irf Interest to the "_mil)' si dent at Qiilmy High Ihhii4., wa. llriiM nf the ,Manse Jeer width

On Insect Control At 12:35 a fire was reported In .TO Howell Montgomery picked tile, Ga.Mf'mbf'ra. WILLThe well a* Die county In order that not place winner In an essay !the new Quern will rls>
a tenant house near the Seaboard off a Suber pass In the end sone winning ribbon were: FIRST FREE steps may be taken" M bring tlwchamber anal sponsiiml" by the Illersrymagsdn The Rlmlml" Council will .be In
C R. Gentry of the U, S. Department lepot and and ran It nut to th* 38. Midway Albert Agerton arl'f'l'V... First Free Win Baptist rff'ls to bear on working nf Ih* Amerhan Inter liarie elf 1..Jl1J1/IC cerenwsv
of Agriculture Entomology woman, Gr o."l.N1: In the last period Gary Porch second and third Auk Mnulion,' 5nirch of Quincy has planned Its out solutions 1 natuma Jbhuil U New I>lhl, Irs and the dun'i.
Research: Division has ..- house was gutted and contents 'punted to the 17 where Labor Arena Race fifth, Texas llarrel rcond Apprerlatliin Servk'exnrtiiy Kuhjert lo be discussed al Ih" InliaCunnl. The nKnmltlees bur Ibsnecncnlnc

sword duties at the North Florida out. according to firemen! The ell on the ball that was hobbled Weave, third, and Barrel Weave November 13 rrirtsy nnm meet** will kvlmlta t 1 ., a high Sthool) *entor are as Ml"..s: danw Patsy
Experiment Station. buckling wa owned by Taylor ,by Dale Gol,1f'1It..u on the third( ; H 11. lull Anna Race, The regular morning) services review of the current situations the, quuUlinn, 'The WOK), Jane Wrkklaml and (Ur*
was given
sixth, and Clover Leaf Race sec. will be followed by..leach III the for Junior O4trf -
affiTt
plans
H* was transferred from the Grantham. next play that Montford intercepted It 01 tile/ Is unoVaiWedly to ifiirgafi; reremmurs UtonneI'eaiMk
Tobacco Research Station at Oxford Robert Munroe, Negro has been for their lone touchdown as and; and Larry Moultm, llarrel church dining ha U. : faclllUM fur Gadwien County know purpuae unrsrlT by Canlhl to write and IHUy Bryant, pub.

N. c.. where he had conducted wrgnl with breaking and enterIng I Clifford Goodman kit end came weave, tourth. A sing has been planned In the sta siitla. a.. esaay on In one class panel HillyDtMtns MsiUvue sal
work on tobacco insects for the and anon Witnesses testified In to hit Sober, catching Mm hid All member are urged to attend &I..MllIIIIfl'Ol1\ 2 to 4. Kveryw* The essay submitted were Judged Iwhef Unr; Insrtt sheets lute

past four years that Munroe went to the house and ,* act oC throwing. the regular meeting Tuea- s cordially Invited to attend and Girl Magicians M ortglnallly of espmwMsi. lunwnmlnl ,program Greg

Gentry stated that since the ,ndlng It locked, broke Into tuxdwellsrg Moment such as these wen .toy nWH._ all local talent Is urged to comeCHROTMAS The tirnwr Qulncy rMbM" and, lmsn sass! HrmU Ystea.

budget has been increased substantially and as he left flame frustrating as they were Inside' Live In County hrr two brothers Dennis and ;

more efficient research :were seen coming out of the the ten at least four limes had spass Whitney, are attrndlng the AmerInm I BurglarsApprehended

ran now be conducted on tobacco house.The dropped near the fnsj line The wnrVr yowntrst IIIIcIcIInIJvI' \ InternalXjnal sates of H**
trIIt'CtIlhat attack shade and sun I second wreck occurred at ,and had good field position numerous \ M &a4deii Cavity Jrlhl while their parents, Mr
grows tobacco In this area Most 12:50: at the comer' of Ward and. time during the game.Neal They perform act of Imitation. and Mrs. Morgan ftllfkney, are :
Franklin Streets. estimated
research efforts will be concentrated I at $300 were Damage done to a I Davis pkked up 133 yards pun cares *ut of apparently living to Sal. Imfla. aknry I I
on biological control methods for 44 make' things Hero SundayAlert
such as attractants which Include .car owned and driven by Mrs rushing In 31 carries a J 1 empty nips II with tft* AI.D pmfrsm.IFE"UNDERWRITERS
double and
light traps, load and sex I.Betty by a Hawkins Juvenile and when another they crashMi driven average running per yardage carry of Over the whole: 1.at pear fjehiinh reappear and Und Bradley, who ( twnibiTt of the Qnhvyf

tttractants.Plans I and f old mpx-ttv. > of
also turned Blountslowa team, yet couidnt art year paninent IMIJKIsMy sppruhentkMl -
This rase was
are underway for the score. ry said studrnts SI Gsnrge W. TO MEET TUESDAYThe iwwo wanted mm St y
eonatructian of a new office building over to the Juvenile authorities.In rWrt.nr.ytW Chester tallied t a 4Lstv Mime* $3eenratary: Ieb...... moved Gadsdea Cuunty: Uf Underwriter hwdsjr morning a* they serapa.auri
at the North Florida Experiment the meantime a had report was l Qulncyi touchdown ta the i .her rMwntly" with thrlr parmi '- will im4 .' UTuesikty ,111I\ ( through knm. The iw<\

Station.Gentry 1 he received curt that and a bit car the corner Jumped ot second period running around right .. Mr. and Mr*. C. 8 Bra fley, h" >wrml>er IT al lOt 1.1111. Wllbum ArwO 3). smiIfciwsH

finished his under-grad- the building occupied by Independent -end tram the one, appfif a 7) They are mMrnts of Owe lUrrt 1ftII /'. HeMw. Cbytul AlkM It. .bah

tale work at the University: of Insurant Company on yard drive ki 11 play. Doyle ..* Cmmumty.Th I Guest ......., fir the mertlng giving JackSfinvllle adrimwrti,
Georgia and did graduate workat test Jefferson Stnet Whoa po orHiandt kick filled as II wa > two girls were Ore main at- will be laws Weaver, niansgrr of were "being snighl .by JIII'u"on0811II
Ra. tnwtinn at the P T.A. Camtvsl who suthurUM m sir k. 'II i
North Carolina State in ire arrived the ear was gone II off to the right the TabruM l>rtne Cu-op
and wa mad. IauntIIowII thrNVtIfod held al (:.nrge W. Munms and I wilt talk abort Ws resent stay In and. entering. ear Ihrlt and t>"
lID case
Ugh.Mr.. and Mr*. Gentry and two Three other fire were reuoOrd ,before halftime using mainly passes l Qutnry Junior '.. HiKtl /XrhnMArradUK Ps/sgusy, IoaIIII Amrrka.Tcostma rrlm tt Wary Sal ttmry*.
J living to CnWen, but were sDppxd to Mr. >4> Cap K. suit! lit *
leis. Phil I and Greg are d the week. A tenant houseon
urtng
at 1126 W. Sharon Street In Quln- the farm of Howard Buber wss I.t the 27 wife 1 seconds 08 ballme. oral wu at a TV program shins >t.rt Club nett ()ntl Ults anal U... Hfwk <>
members of the 11 IS \ ,.r she. was Just bat year eid and it the Safety Irpsrtmenl,
ry.Baptist They o.Jrch.FHA are. reported to morning.fee on Ore A trunk at mis: i Aftrr the Being tnurttdnw* with [ahuw hu got iso hrr ....... M The Qulnry Tnsslnvuter quit eplll..t the aunt In tale mu>lrlrvftM
Saturday 4 21 remaining M knked a* started ,wp.rttvrnlhid tI1fII made net !*.* 'J'IIotntlt ventng with ki which ttiry luundburglar
dispatched tt the mm of the ,though Qumry* Tiarrs area still eta, thought up s>sne of her ova :(Tort ......-.* and Mack l...4. and thai the nf IIaw
Sawdust
District Maze I*) the community after .going to pun It out They got to a.,l atartrd emrrUMng audMire 'imitates making flare Ire brisker thin whirl* had .tea tampFrrdwHh.
and the fire wa estlimslatied TOO Uountstm.* 23 kvrore getting HUM Linda .......d to get tot sprains, I The Uresve plate os the

Meet Success and darns II.000[, estimated had EMU Utwetsi draw, I ((.......4 rst. Two) the art so DrtrW *t..M4 herItw a I dusk RrcIIIW s.rew4 II topM 'ear ns ...... I* snnnVr r*..,

Sumatra T<*a< The Future Homemaker* ofAmerica The American lohMn * therwntr I bee ftlP"'-''' away teen a
girls attended the an- i orpnratinn outside M two the large city Omits : Exchange HearsCitizenship ) .. : ass Tranun MifUnnrymskww butMlng to Mulow. by the wght.KmMV .

trial Dtstrtt II meeting at Quisey >, bane Just last ThursdayOne I r **4 H* LIlIPSIr 11IIIIIftI'IIMIotIIo )'.. Th shfTtff of Jack.
tart after taw --- -- -- I City Directory arid
Talk rinse to Qulacy
Hlgti School Saturday. have rsugNOre Lass UamftsftFOHESTRY urn Corniy
bam M thought U SEAL CAMPAIGN Do. Btowa tc nlsl. : wish 0V mrs hack to Manama bprweanitn.
Serving as hostna, the Qiunry rvt ash -
'Ito chapter was to charge of the' while from the nearby worker burning were at kV WUto to MiDVr Governor, sdmlaMratlveassistant Fame Bry-I Scot Cbotmon. shows koodiag to AaaidcsPoadmaat.ri! Being Compiled REPORT .

program which ridded the official herb bras the Brst km kssMd .... steward "Our Countryflute. Oltiard TbuBoa lor mailing a few of &. opprotlnatorf I, Paul D. Cant sf the R. L The Gadsdm Counry r**try

.ant nil opening.csJLMas Draw* of Living the lerond buUdtaf. Na esomasrof Our Cottry The Day 3XXM letter eootalnlnij ChrMatc S ab far Cadsdeti'!, fv*
Wilson. w1rP president tie damage was avulatte.GREENSBORO After !><* n" at die Csxtaa Coca Tbomoj IU.d. prild.nl ol tile Cot>.- real .uku'i] 5 avw rlty *Vn the past ewers .,*. Numbs III
al the City III ( tar wwio Bra MM Jamssra I alrtu This Week
eleeoyand I OA kM Natdnrew4.y.latrrikawe Dusty looldoa > eY judd y
goes! speaker. PTAThe by rfcsurmasi Ua s TB Aaaoda( oa. .U on. Contrtbutkmsla I Icy.II.. i year add v to 24. burning!

forged. the members to .InflowtHJi. Gnvnabar* PTX wffl I Hal Dm. pmcrtni Mitts tolWdabntjl the eaapotr/n bp! prorid fr.. CMS! X-ray., further i ssr M will arohsUy .... ,U I ...-. Wumter at irunls Dm A| (M Leaf ThMtre InrUy,. Frtky -

advsotaar..t srmcipln ra\awl. mnnbershn Baled the\tave Ira molar neetfes Sate II, our mp. aibiirand everyrttarnt I' bBportanl anxlxtd and todal msxrrcn. aid TB and is*'I'.tctII ..ka to earl M aS b toss. !lain wiled n.'Ci < and hlurrfsy' will bs 'MoIMff .-
iurd >
: r en untasy
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and biases to the Navy
The prls braucM I 'dark to the irhanl awMortsm iMjueaitsliry to help plratorf dis.a>. patient* and tbsrir krmlH and kelp -'I nry.Oty ,
.. be "bland
will
Creanr and M lay
wnrhes and drinks ..lairservlldd I Dr. Sob Gates ea onBnsiior *f BMMSSS tow as4 srder.CwM adulM and school dkOdrm bora low to protect uWmrf tttimtut Hsrhrrt air's.Of. !
I serif I 4 Th. Blue IJrJlplwlfl.Ja ,
at the eke w r. VIM ewes tfM any ensnmr ''WaII.1'
After tack 0. tits were emw Die KanmeJ' Deln Ail FlorklB he HOttO Joel ** .. o alnst lh. diaecs The conipolaa k* *pon* fdI Canwr wig b* G l5 lea Courtjr >. the past and. W...kwiay win b* "Gun at
W\II Pain
FligFl Err 0. CbsiM' s. y lo.ut.-t. d+her idmrawas. I ny iosltk tad, Jack'i&T-1 I bf th. Codd Comfy TB Aasoetonoa.: Photo fcrr MarOn 1:4.MI.: appr.l I.ask: ......'


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ServicesHeld G'Bord Carnival' legal BurningOf Wrile-In Voles IcNAMARA! : DEFENSE: : rr J


For C. T. SloatFuneral Termed SuccessThe Woodlands (f/ondnued from Fag One i>Defense'i neither Secretary the Kremlin McN'aman shake- YOU'LL GO FOR THESSMULLET

> nor Red China's nuclear deletion

servlcei were conducted annual Greensboro Hal 's ExplainedA racial Circuit, unoimoned for rthfor will bring any significant
for Charles Thomas Slant of Talahacsee Seen Carnival and Parade we term received 5.11811 vot' "Teas In next yeer'ee inlUlarj.t. ).
at 2 o'clock Saturday, held Thursday, October 20. V'ton Towle and S. Strlckln %- The secretary I lid' It Ul
afternoon In Culley' Chapel with landowner hu I legal nigh were write-ins. early to the millarynificnnee t
The festivities began with bum his land, but It'i : 01":;:
the Rev Robert G Taylor off- wrade a BOM Richard W. Erin m, ouster of Ml
composed of unonpo
In colorful floe tie to review the Florid law: S. Khrushchev and other
elating. Interment wan the An. sponsored "* Public De'ender for the Seeoe la
by both
elementary In i lie lubject'Oiapler !
tlorh Baptist Church Cemetery hange In the Runsian hierarchy
Judicial
sigh District picked 5,57
school clmnei. up
in Gadsden, County.Mr Music an 590.12, Florida Statute Allies. s
marching were provided by t> quln-i a landowner to give no )RE.\'lilt OF FIGHT
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float; died November 5
,Greensboro High School Band. '"' ''
tmonnoned for th-
re of Intent to burn to IlllJoInln''ncJOIVIIf'I'I 'mAil
DM Moines la. When O
Survivor. Include nil widow -
I After the parade I 'nnv.r! """'1' re Po..I'I'lr"I.t4w
Mr. Annette Burke Sloat of TalInhaswe nerved In the lunchroom supper "N Ih at leant one day be '- eg- Cnox Kllng awoke, h* found his MARY ANN TENDERIZED
by re burning. The A.denaunty' receive
his mother, Mm. Will!' P.T.A. members.The landowner mile 117 vole Rlvtn"01.1' I'ete eft nand score and swollen Hf
no provide such flrellnes mane 'emembered he dreamed that hr
Mae Sloat, Quiivy.; one brother.
Marvin Slant Quinry; and onliter Queen Coronation nponnomy wer or equipment needed) tomiflne s -ln were Ixniise Blaekbiir- tad a flght with a stranger In a l i
d l\1n Bniir and Fred ArriBwhrCountv
> the Greensboro F.HA. Chaer the fire to his land. It I b. .
Mm. Morris restaurant! X-ray showed/ a fractured
,
Ruby Quinry
and several nieces and nephew,: was held In the school audl ot A legal requirement, butI offices tilled m the Titesd.v knuckle bone, Kllng said he $
torlum. election' and of those
The contestant t were l wine to notify the Florida Forest names must have hit hi* hand on a standby
Serving u pallbearer were: Sara Phillip and Nell Peter Service, for they are respondWe !. ecelvlnf wrlte-In vote were ar bit bedkotyi1Cs
Walter Lason, Ed Kubanki, Eel seventh grade; Karen Moore for suppressing wildfire 'ol'ows:
Rrandford, Jack Buford, Fred eighth: ; Teresa Revell, ninth: If a legal fire burn beyond a "tnty Judge tf Y. Revnold" ME8HAGE
Smith and Al Smith. Elizabeth Hunt, tenth: Sharon undnwner boundaries, becomes. <171: PeTV "'0"<1\\&rd. Grad w 8to12Lbs.
President Johnson has disclosed
--- Ro'.rts Willie "., ,00.p"k ., hWhol.
-- Proctor, eleventh; and'Margal'Pt an illegal fire. The liability for "
that he had received what heCOIIIldfl'l'd
.
State PTA Meet Dean, twelfth. Karen Moose was an illegal fire Include damages (] of the Circuit CourtEd: an encouraging message or Half i t r
win Bear, 6.1.1B Jewel J. Dixie
selected Queen and Ken Bryant, to property of When punishment :
from Premier Aleksel N.
also from the eighth grade, washer for law violation, and payment of Wayne Manna, Gen Maxwell, Robert
Set Nor 17.19 escort West. Sr.Sheriff Kosygln of the Soviet Union, The
Ire sunprenston cotU.
Many forms of amusement : Hahn Ewrds 8.774-: message relayed by Foy D. Koh-
An
were Illegal tire II punishable asa
I
InBradenton Jewel J. Dixie 1.531 J. Neal er, the U. S. Ambassador to the
provided at the Carnival such asa felony It canned willfully or In- ;
rake walk sponsored by the rationally, and a fine of $1,000 Fell'l'lnth.' Don Carman.Tax Soviet Union, wa reassuring and. Ib.39c
In line with Mr. Koay.cin'
cheerleaders, fortune telling by the or imprisonment up lo S year, or Aim-our: Tewy J. MePhernon general r.
The 41st Annual Convention of volleyball team, hnyrWe by the both, II allowed. A careless fire 8 081; Jerk Masnev. other remark that "peace-
the Florida Congress of Parent eleventh grade and horror hall I. a misdemeanor and li punish- Jewel J. Dixie, Clint Baa.ettWe"ne ul coexistence"' remained the
end Teachers will be held Novem- by the Science art The Bam able by I fine up to $200 or three Hn"na. basil of 101_ foreign policy.:
ber 17-19 in Bradenton. sold calendar and refreshment month Imprisonment, or both. In Tax Collector-; W A. "Bill"
Some of the highlight of In.were served by the Library Club aU land burning cases, the burner mmerforH.. 6,289; dint Bassett, The decorator crab, says Bill the FRESH CAUGHT
threat l In be discussed by the delegates and Senior Class. has the burden of proof for hli Vel'on" Barks. Miami Seaquarlum'i Capt.
will be: quality education The Halloween Carnival was right In bum. jaunty Srhonl Simerintendent- Gray, gets its name from It* habits

reassessment, right of each coun- termed I big success. The Florida Statutes art not Intended M. D. "Mat" Walker 8.207: J -decorating"; or camouflaging ,
ty to decide on the appointive oelective to prevent burning of A. Shanks, Dorothy C. Jones William I Itself with piece of seaweed
1 F Scott G. E. B'nhoo' Riche shell and sponges. c
superintendent, needed Cancer woodlands but art meant to prevent 3 25
Society'sCommittee
lervlret for children and youth careless or malldoui burning and G. Suber. Cart Rude, Whit
education regarding( the hazardsof rat f valuable property. A copy of Camel L. R Evans, Arylij Par. Life would be simpler It the Ibs.
using tobacco, narcotic and Is lorlda'i Forest Fir Laws ran ""mill'C.. 0. Bevis, Guy Race, people on the earth were more
alcohol and preservation of relitlou be obtained free of charge at veer BID Aenhen sincere
freedom. Named for YearThe local Florid Forest Service Unit I Sunenlnor of Pe More than 1,800 delegates representing I/A- Hutchlnnon 5,ISO: Addle B Justice I II the goal, not necessarily
over 369822 memberships Cnitcher. Simon L. Scott. the product, of our court, ,
In 1,133 I local I units In the 1964(5 executive committee [ MemorialW.M.U. Pi-osenii'n' Artomev: Wllllnm !
Florida: Congress of Parents and of the Florida Division of the D. Lines, 9.05J: Hal Davis, Alton The Motor AAA OYSTERS
Traction will be attending the American Cancer Society wa Hears Tirwles Jack M. .,.y. H. Y. Reynold" say that an estimated 5,900 persons Pint 9&erg
convention lamed at the annual State meet Abraham Lincoln died In automobile crashes

Life membership presentations tog In Orlando recently. Talk On KoreaThe County !Surveyor' : Jnmes D. last year because they did not I
will he made by M.... C. Durwarc The officers are president. "heifer 8 847; Louise Blackburn use neat belt which were available :
Johnson of Qulncy, a put president -Edwin H. Updike, M. D., Ocala: DlnVv Swam.Member '. I II
of the organization. president-elect Sam Wesley general meeting of the Breed of Cmmty Com- I
Denham, M. D., Jacksonville! ; 1stvice W.M.U. of the Thomas Memorial' mlsn'oners, Ditrict No. 1Fred Religion doe not require that a FRESH PORK
Newly cIr| led president of the 1lrl'llIdpntDonAld W. Smith, Baptist Owen was held Monday rj. !'!Shelfer 8 870: Boyd Leonard man b* blind to common: expert- ,
Florida Public Relations Association -M. D., Miami; 2nd vice prest November 2, with the oresldent, wail Marx D. J. Morgan, C. B ence.
I II Robert E. Phillip, public rll'I1tMyron Gibbons, Tamo: Miss: Evelyn McDonald, pteeidiny. Blitley, ,
relation executive of St. Regis 31'd vice president II. H. Seller Member Board of County Cnmmlwloners. The result of argument CENTER CUT PORKCHOPS
Paper Co.. of Jacksonville. M. D., Tampa: tl'l'Ulll'I'rR.. 0. After the business meeting and District No. 3: Dosey '' I. the disturbance of ins disputants. ,
Thompson, T.mns; and *errenry reports of the officers, Mn. A. S. (". Smith 8,421; Joseph Brad- .
--- Mr, Martin Gould, Fort larrli, program chairman, In- ev: D. J. Morwn. I i
Pip,,",. reduced Charles Klnard who stave Member Board of County Commissioner Self reputation to the lack of lb. 59c
Insurance Center Named to the standing! commit his Impression of Korea and the *. Dl'Wet Na 8: Tom emptlons
tae are: Budget and Flp.nre- R. people T. M.Twell, 8,718; EMn Cox, i

1121 West Jefferson (i. Thomnw Ta"ipa' Onsadeamen The mission prmrram was entitled D. J. Morgan. The careful person 1* one who i FRESH MIXED PORICSAUSAGE
W Kvnes Jr.. Tallahassee-: "Korea A Changing Pee'nip" Member Board of Public TnnrnieMon know what to expect. r
LI'$1I1I'YThomA'$ Ulmer, Jack SlWes were also shown of District No 2: Norman I a"d'
PATTHOMAS .nnl tlr' LrukPIIIlaMIII'Val'Pt E.Wsld Korea and the people with Mr. McMillan 8.8H3; Lamar Munroe, Money multiplies the power of
M. D., Gainesville: Personnel Kinard .explaining each one. Ruhv J. Francis. man cither for better or tor the 4 ibs. $1.00
INSURANCE. INC. \- William Joseph Reynolds. Member Board of Public Inntntctlon worse.
St. Petersburg; Professional Education District Nn. 4' Julian

-- John J. Forman M. D.I Blounlslown C. Davis, 8,840; Rees Reeshlle A compliment a day keep thequll'l'l'l FRESn
MiamI; Public EtlIratlonrn C. O. Bevis, Jewel Dixie, Hazel sway.
'orrey, Orlando: Public Relelions (Continued from Page One) Klnf. :
Chides Hampton, Tarn- Justice of the Pence District! ot intelligence
Memory I I. the product
nil; Research Donald W. Smith bogged down with 18 seconds left Vo. 1A.: B. Blackburn 4878; and work. I PIG TAILS 4 ibs. $1.00FRESH
M D., Miami; and ServiceIt.. on the dork. I Jf'\\II'll. Dixie Dewltt Murphv. I*
II. Seller, M. D., Tampa. It will be homecoming for QHS Presnell' Jr., James T. Crutcher, Indecision la costly but hasty
One Means James Y. Arnold, Palm Beach, tomorrow Kht..j they clash with James Anderson action sometime cost more I
Stop
and Jacob F. Bryan in Jackinni winless 1 1 Port in a confer Justice of the Peace, DistrictNo.

Complete Service !i>, were honored for long, conmilnu I'IIre game scheduled br t p.m., 9: 8r>iirreon Johnson, 1,428; The new I* not to be confused '

DIAL 627.7151 In behalf and of outstanding the SorIet)"'.services cancer Corry Qulncy'Athletic JV'i Field.who hive won James Constable Anderson.District No. 1: Adrian with opinion about the nf'WI. I PORK LIVER 4

control program, activities and 4 of their 6 game this season L. Andersen, B 290; Jewel J The successful man baa the ibs. $1.0C

QUINCY 'rojects. They were awarded hone ,will dose nut against Cairo tonight Dixie, J. W. Betts, Curios Deason, ability to make himself, U veil
I nrary life! membership to the at 7:30 No admission will James Bowrn, Don Carman, Pa- work.
others
Board of Directors.Ashhet be charged hide Anderson.! Robert Msrwell. u sr

C. William, M. D., and Yardstick !George; Washlnirton, Glenn E. Sue A $3 million contract for design
Thomas P. Ulmer. Jacksonville, Qulnrv Town her George Hamilton, William engineering and construction FRESH PRODUCE a
were elected to the National Board FIrat down. 13 6 'Renfroe add plant
furlWEAK or Director of the National Cancer : -Rushing yardag ITT 50 Conitahle District No. IT.. D of International a new phosphoric Mineral A
for
Passing yardage 84 is Jewel Dixie, Buck
? Society Shepard, 1,004; Chemical Corp., has been awarded
Passes attempted 11 19 Melvln. Lord Inc.of .
Wellman
Engineering
A man with an axe to grind lassie completed I S to -
ought to turn hi. own grindstone Passes Intercepted by 1 2Punt. Lakeland. APPLES 4 29cGREEN
4.36.1250 Magicians >
Intelligent adult are kind to the .mhles 2 2 I r

children. they meet In life I Fumble lost 1 2Yarda (Cnndnnrd. from rag One) u
penalised 45 7
considered VPI"iOOd.. In fact
Boor by quarter
INSECTICIDESSOIL 1234 Totals hey were Invited to perform at J
0800 8 he National Magldan Convention IIDENTNG
QIIII1I'1
ountstnwn 0008 8 In Nashville, Tenn., recently. G =
FUMIGANTS CABBAGE
They showed the professional magicians lb. 5c
several trick even they
WEED KILLERS ('BI'CD THB U. !N. didn't know.Deborah Z rARMOUR'S

I The United States ti confident and Linda have made Combating Sod 'W thw.rm.1
( Communist China will tall again many appearances on TV. Their I
( brother, Bobby, 1* becoming Interested For attractive lawn andgtrden
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL I to achieve admission to the United an
o Nation despite Peking' new and sometimes helps them. BOW I.II.* tints to take' CANNED MEATS I
NN '.NN status as A nuclear power. Ao. Mr. Bradley, who was born In stock ot the insect pst "bug II
cording to State Department offlHals Hardaway and attended school at ling" you, and-nor* importantdo I
.
Bring After Your You Prescription 8t Your Doctor T*Us., l Li Nation, the recent membership tally of shows tins Unit-the Mt their Pleasant arts, occasionally aid he assist"They themin : something most part*about ot the thm.country i VIENNA SAUSAGE 3 Cam 49c !

Sales & ServiceInc. voles on Peking' admission to have to show m. what to do, cod webworms, or lawn moth t*
they also known, attack
though. art
b* about the sum u last year'scount. I I
F. P. May When they lived In Atlanta the ISWBS and cans Irregular,
girl and their mother appearedon brown, sputa t* :
Drug Co. i a TV program emphasising Although l'1th y infest Pass.. POTTED MEAT Can lOcWILSON'S !
The Florida Council for the
Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101 firs safety. Mrs. Bradley waidressed throughout the wlatir, these
Phone Blind, a state agency, urge mot a* a character named harmful ptst attack your grass
627.7601 oust to be constantly on the alert "Sparkle." Sometime \later she from early to I late summer, t *ding >
Quincy. Fla. QUINCY. FLORIDA for blind pedestrian as they travel received a letter addressed simply mostly at sight : '

I on busy thoroughfare or approach "Sparkl.,1.5.A.." And she got Sod wsbwormi ar* the larva I
Intersection et small whitish or gray lawn'
-- .-- -- -----.! moths that can b* seen flying I
over your in early wining.Th .
A 400 pound Jen-fish at Marine wsbwormi grass ar about % Inch
land of Ilorkta became blind I and long, light brows and covered
beraus* at this turned Mark In with Ann hair BUTTER 1 Lb. 59cl
color. The fish wu treated for You taa aslljr detect the
III sight-loss and regained Ita vision worms by breaking apart someof Solid
along with it* capability to the drying sod Usually they
Chang cnkv. are found In dikes wb or MU '
they spin' boat their bodlta./
After many years known as Another method of spotting sod
Trana Canada, the airline serving wtbwormi li a simple waterlog JUMBO PIES oft' 39
sadLT'S all of Canada. )Florid and the' tan best fut a flip of dtrrni 12
Caribbean area hat changed It* in the fan and All it with wattr.
dUo In Air Canada a* a beater Soak it don on on. square yard
ot the service the .f brown ails If any wtbwormi I
', tin description oHer*. are pnsont. the will MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
fore. Ohm t* the sadae. within
-- -- mlnuU l lAt I
4' -. tffoctlr wiy .f wmsbatlng I

mOil HOMtO sod wbwrm 'allt applySp.etneldes I I
Lawa : Cardtalastet
Control when th. brown 79cI
AGE SPOTS spot trst appear ia your I....
A product .f Ctlgy Chemical I J
I C.rpwU.n SpMtTMto I* tffwtlT
I .,.Iaat asor thai 100 iatsctpst
dC$ that attack your lawn and
t gardoa. tktrtby laTiar you the DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR
'eIAD tim* and atay *f having t*
duplicate; year tfforta for txhditfirtat
1ta",14t'der' Mlaaf intttt attnitr. It'
available l a* a liquid for spray*

TIME oiMake Yo r o t SLUM OUT fag aid la ipplkatioa.ELECTRICAL granular dons. for ticyroad.r :


Winterht Draf .W.sthsed ..... n
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TIME ofywMaadd.an M j rik '
p. Wnr* ..r'nUy sow Fade
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on Your Fuel 15 .auar.cu' TUUCA.that brMks tht up-M.lk.wd.. cnm its.

r NOrr.tK dil'OVtRYOthRj Mnt *n die skin. h.m..sakehinds SERVICE
took whit anal sung
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; ,eats". l4ubr .(trots, a. UMImx
FIEX. sect and same Na*. -'- WITH $5.00 ORDER
0-GLASS {Is the original and WINDOWS ? Anything from wir!
up. Ad IS die ikin-HWI M Itrraaruv
." only window material that carries a 6"Qr DOORS ."..*.1.. fcu* tar tag a houst to r.plao>
a .tInI stun HctMn.
a*
2 YEAR GUARANTEE. Look for the usUps kWmubM. Albwlln tag a light bulbShepard
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toitMry tm>
nameFlEX0GLASSonthitxJjt.Cot ..... I *4u* wand.. U jrw 1w *.. FRANCO AMERICANSPAGHETTI
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Genuine
FLEX.O.GLASS At Your Local Hdwr. or Lmbr. Do.l.r lwa, w tf fiUchM ..eh......
skta. M* CSOTK1UCAAt
all Drug (tar*.. I
YOU MAY GET FLEX-O-GLASS AT ot lOc


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DRUGS MAto T4MIKM. IN TOMATO SAUCE

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AND SAVE AT CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINERWHEN

YOU CHECK-OUT- TAKE YOUR SAVINGS IN CASH- CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINER SAVES YOU CASH ON OVER 4,000

ITEMS, NOT 10, 20, 30 OR PERHAPS 40 WEEKEND SPECIALS. WE INVITE YOU TO COMPARE. TAKE YOUR SHOPPING LIST AND
COMPARE PRICES,BECAUSE IF YOU DO, YOU WILL DO YOUR SHOPPING AT CASEY'S DISCOUNT FOODLINERI!

REAL"EATING PLEASURE".TABLERITE TABLERITE BONELESS
SHOULDER ROAST lb. 58c
Chuck Roast TABLERITE THICK
BEEF SHORT BEEF M SLICED
RIBS ib.33c Brisket4ibs.00TABLERITE BACON

1'' lb. 33' LEAN LEAN GROUND BEEF 3lbs. $100 2 LB.PKG.

TABLERITE PURE e
PURE PORK SAUSAGE 3 tbs. $100 89

7 Bone CHUCK 3 ge J FRESH FLORIDA WHITEGrapefruit

i HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER /{ s / EVERYDAY LOW

Mr. CLEAN Qt.Bt1. 49 l, t :. I'.D, DISCOUNT PRICES

I ? :.; IGA
f I p'.t "" for 25 APPLE JELLY 18 Jar Ox. 27c
3
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LAUNDRY DETERGENT y.v- CORN & CANE SYRUP
TIDE ',..f's.. ,4', BLACKBURNPULSBURY No.rS 44c
HUNGRY JACK PAN
FLOUR Lb. 39c
2 trow TABLERITE GREENCABBAGE Box
Pkqs. Ib. 5C PERFECTION
VACUUM PACKED
RICE 3Lb'33c
CRISP GOLDEN
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49 C : CARROTS C.llo lIb lOc 1 48 Oz. BornE
MAXWELL HOUSE
'(j WESSON OIL Only 63C
I FROZEN FOODS | HEINZ REG.or HOT
,, C 0 F F E E IGA FRESH FROZENOrange CATSUP ORANGE DRINK 14 Os.Btl.. 19c t

TANG 1$ o L 79c
LIQUID DETERGENT Juice Jar220s.
( LIQUID I
IVORY THRILL 55c
2-tb. I BtLGl.
Can $129 OXYDOL LAUNDRYDETEHGEHT
3 6Oz 5ge '
. 220L DoL Cong &; 75c75c
FABRIC SOFTNER
i ,pW. 49c WAFoFLES 5 Oc. IDeDOWNY Bll.IBOs...
! Pkq. SPRAY
i McKENZIE PEASBLACKEYES STARCHLAUNDRY 39c
, I DAIRY DEPT. I 240z.Pkq. 49c BLEACH Can
CLOROX Gal.Btl... 53c
TABLERITE GRADE"A"FLA.or GA. .
IGA COMO PAPERTOWELS
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PACK FOUR CAIKDEN COUNTY T11VIF... QUINCY, FLORIDA THURSDAT, NOVEVffiER U. 1064

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand The problem now Is to convinceeal in A...:*t may honestly "mmu, \
FRENCH LEAVE? The Outlook belt owners to use their new dramatic tartalns I
continuing w!r, Ml National life insurance all of their driving Advertising designed u. q mate ."
THE CHATTAIIOOCHEfc TRIBUNE hours whether for a neighborhood off-sceanin buying is nl,.?,v
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Published each Thursday al J IS S Madison StreetA By George Hagedon trip or a summer vacation tour 1ong.1'IUIKt' It may require a ?,
John H Torrv Arm/Miner Likemany motorists I was careless cede or more to change [ ".1
E::STARLISH ;D 1901 CONSUMER SPENDING TREND Too Late about fastening my seat belt shopping habits
Quincy, Florida ( y) Jac nil. common observation anda when I first had them Installed. But such advertising hat i h"n
correct one, that ever since To hut after experiencing\ an accident effective. It has changed theore ,,,
Broad afar Poilflat Paid m Quipcy, rtariaa Classify
{ In which I was fortunateenough
(1LUROPLAN World War tl American conium of groccery sales It ''la,
Out Year $.3.00 Two Years $80 Six Months $1.15 en have been upending an Increasing to have been using one created the January white wIt ,.,

J. I" Hutchlnson .....?....._.,...... ,,,,,,,,,,-,,, PubU."tr proportion of their In- By Rumrll Kay and avoided drive serious around Injury the. I would block 1, Is now selling Chrlstmat ''t\,
Mrs. Esther Suber .. .. .. .... .......... ... tdttoAtvrrtvmg cornel on services, and a declining hesitate to in July.
Don ('arman ..... ....:...::::::..:::_::.::.....:=: ? and? News, 'r proportion on goods. It U I equipped my car with scat without taking the simple precaution -. In each case. foresighted "n.sumers .
j widely assumed that this la an Inbuilt belts six; years ago and 1 have of fastening my belt have gained from the .
COMMON MAv ( trend which la bound to con been advocating them ever since. The old admonition: "It Is better creased efficiency In n
OR11 tlnup. in the future. but It appears that the human to be safe than sorry" certainly stimulated by off-season produ adm i'*
Some economists have gone further animal ls apathetic when It comesto applies to the use of seat belts Ing c
NATIONAL EDITORIAL p and Concluded that consura taking even the simplest action but we still have too many motorists
( Antr IT'r ere have no very great desire for to provide himself and his who gamble on "sorrow in.
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: IIAC@TIN I $ >vste more goods and are therefore Increasingly loved nferr\h\: protection against i stead of playing It safe Don be Florida thoroughbred racing h.
.. ." turning to services u or serious injury one of them! gins Nov. 26 at Tropical Pn,<:
(> 1042 IIsy of ipemllng their rising Another strange human trait Is shifts to Hialeah on Jan. 16 the,
+ inronip This raises the spectre I the fact that surveys made by moves to GuUstream Park wh?"
of what will happen when people automobile dubs and safety organlzalions clones April 23. Sunshine Pat
A\ aim run out of desire for more show that even among near Tampa opens Jan 21.
services. MID economic growth those who are safety -minded
Obligations To Youth exrnluallv slow down because consumer enough to Install seat belts, fail orol !
dont want more of any. to use. them
Parent of teenagers may well ponder the Implied thing either good or services I Based on information In a recent } I Floor Covering

lions of a recent tragedy.fostered trial in Darlen, Connecticut KnrprMng Stability survey by the Cornell Aeronautical t t f1 lf hilt PDd
Laboratory the Peninsula Including Formica
In a recent speech Asristan .
Secretary of Commerce hob O Motor Club reported that an estimated ____ Inlaid linoleum, lubber
The defendant was a year-old youth convicted calls Into question the whole basis S,500 persons died In au' I
ol negligent homicide and reckless driving In the death! for these assumptions and fears tomoblle accidents last year because I By Hutch ethyl enkCounter
of a girl It Is true, he point nut, thaI they did not use seat belts Christmas well
companion buying
was underway -,
Until the of the Dint were available
parents nation become sufficiently disgusted the fraction of total consumption November Top
In this
Evidence showed clearly that he had been drinking for service hat risen since The same report reveals that year.
with the level of television viewing available to going For It started In January I'
prior to the Occident This, in Itself, was enough to make children to demand a change and do about 1B47 from 31 per cent In that drivers In 54,,000 accidents checked The many trend which Is leveling the Work
something 41 In 1963 In the admitted that
cent
to survey
him individually for the accident year per
responsible subsequent peaks of seasonal buying 1s
their revulsion, the industry will procede along its present However the explanation lies they did not use teat belts about '
omically helpful to both
with Id dire consequences path, with shock, thrills (and profit) the primary contiderotica. .; not In an unnrecedenfedly high one third of the time, yet the risk and consumersConsintenls eoon-I AD TMp.. j
But the 1963 death has
circumstances seem to strongly suggest that share spent on services of serious Injury or sales throu
but In abnormally low sharegoing been to be SJ per cent less
others should share hit guilt an proven
reduces costs
for
year
manu
for that purpose in 1947 for seat belt users than for nonusers Expert Installation
Prior to the crash the couple had been attending If the comparison is carried backto rRI1Urers.l1IoII'llIlIers and retailers i
.
adult parties where the liquor was served with the full QUINCY 1929 the fact emerges thai The Cornell study estimates used Personnel and space Is''
the proportions spent on goods and there would be at least a 25 percent more efficiently Investmentrisk I I
knowledge and consent of older and presumably more Is reduced
CALENDAR
OF SHELFERBLITCHJu
EVENTSA on services have remained unchanged reduction In deaths among
responsible people In both 1929 and 1993' all occupants of cars involved In In a competitive .a
A number of other teenagers were present and I Iis It Community Service the 50 per cent of consumer spending crashes If all were wearing seat saving made at each step rconomY'1 >>'Ant f .i a.rkiQuedcv
by
mately passed on to the f 'LOIt04l
41 cent
and brltll
went for goods per
probably mere good fortune that some of them didn't Thus advertising
for IM'rvlt'H The stability of the Carelessness and Indifferenceon
get into trouble, too. Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce 627.8518 breakdown Is surprising since per the part of drivers seems to about the purchase of coats

Maturity has an obligation to youth, it seems to usto November 12- capita Incomes, even after allowance he the principal problem Some i------
Thursday Canning Center, 8 S, Florida
Is made for the change In people are careful to fasten seatbelts
provide the necessary example and restraint prevent. State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St ,the purchasing power of the dolUr when starting! on a long trip
ing such consequences instead of supplying the ingred doubled over the Interval. but won't bother with them when
louts for tragedy Friday November 13- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al As time goes on the price of list jumping In the car to go to ? r.
anon Family Group 8 p.m., St. Paul Parrlsh House, services tends to rise relative to the store a few blocks away although -
(the price of goods. But this cuts statistics show that over,
Canning Center, 8 S; Pilot Club, 1 Jefferson
p.m.
two ways We have to pay more 50 per cent of our accidents occur
Our Political GameAside House, Air Force Recruiter, 9-12, Post Office for the services we do buy. We a short distance from our homes, s
art also given an Incentive to buy Drivers who are conscientious "Did call
from anything else, the recent political cam Monday, November IS- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson goods which serve at a substitute about checking the water In their you
House, Canning Center, 8 S, Masonic Lodge, Gad for the services battery or the air In their tires I
palgn will be remembered cs setting some sort of record (boss Oirmits fall to display the same cautiousness -I ,
the
den 30 RAM
Chapter TaLMar-Qulnn Council 23, plumber
for It to fastening
political spying and propaganda warfare The automatic washing machine when comes ,
In retrospect, who couldn't for the life of them 8 p.m., Masonic Building: Social Security Representative takes the place of the laun their sent belts I
many 9:30: a.m., Court room, Courthouse: Boy dross and frozen foods take the' The decision of the automotive "
tell what of the major candidates sold about the seat belts as dear?
you any place of the kitchen maid. The industry to Install
Scout Troop 203, 7:30: Scout Hut Girl Scout
Issues will recall the behind-the.scenes manipulation p.m. ; elevlslnn set (a good) takes the standard equipment on new cars 1
disclosed on the part of campaign strategists in both Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. place of a trip to the movies (a' was an important step forwardhowever of. v. 'crMNr
III'rvlCfI. a large percentage
camps Tuesday, November 17Life Underwriters, 12 Noon, All sorts of cross currents have'I cars on the road today are not 3 '
There was, for instance, the beauteous young lady Klttrells Restaurant, Canning Center, 8-5, Rotary been at work affecting the mix of equipped and It la up to the motor- 1

spirited by Democrats onto the Goldwater campaigntrain Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House, Lions Club, 7 p.m. consumer increasing spending proportion Since of after 1929in .nce.hit himself to provide this Insur- / '/ /

In the guise of a reporter to find out what the Xittrells Restaurant, Saddle Club B p.m., Auction' ax Income has been spent for A few second hand car dealersare ..
enemy was doing and to distribute Republican Market. physicians services about the cooperating by equipping every .
material in the same proportion for dentists, and used car they sell The AAA It I toiy tob ..
process.Th.n Wednesday, November 18Navy Recruiter, Post Office: a smaller proportion for burial and points out, however, that the Installation dramatli Hit valu el
there was the report that Republicans had 12 Kittrells Restaurant funeral expenses Murh more of seat belts Is only the telephone service by
Exchange
given a telegrapher In Democratic headquarters $1,000to ( Jaycees noon : relatively Is spent for interest on nl'1lt step, for unless they are used telling about call that determine f
supply them with confidential material from that Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House: Gadiden County Hospital personal! debt and much less on they are valueless Ilia or death, success or failur*. .
Auxiliary, 10 a.m. Gadsden County Hospital shoe cleaning and repair Surprisingly However, II'i the very day calls II
source Canning Center, 8. S; Marine Recruiter, 9-12 noon, a smaller part of after- that bed demonstrate Ifia Vvolu
Each party used the other's campaign material on ax Income now goes for foreign ol your Itltphon
Post Oflice. For butmiii, social, or lust( plain
travel than was the case In 1929
the civil rights issue in Southern areas in an attempt to Apparently over the put 33 prtonal reasons, Kit *'I nothing
show up the opposition at pr-Ne9ro. Thursday, November 19- Canning Center B. S, Florida years things have pretty well balneed like a tcliphona for fait, iffU mlcommunicat

All this contributed little to clarifying the Important State Employment Service 9 3, S. Robert St out and the two broad categories on. t"It.
issues goods'' and 'services '
Friday, November 20- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al -have taken unchanged fractions .,\ '

anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul Parrish House, 'of our family Incomes There I.'no ..
evidence here that we are getting
Sports AppealIn Canning Center, 8 5, Quincy Woman Club 11 fed up with either goods or .
a.m. Woman Club House, Air Force Recruiter I services or that consumers are Quincy Telephone Co.3tw
sport, the stirring thing is the long shot, the 9-12, Post Office likely to change radically the way id98w.n.rrr .
sleeper who suddenly bolls out of nowhere and win they divide their spending between i

unexpectedly.Only Monday, November 23- Kiwanis Club 1 p.m., Jeffer. the two.

a couple of weeks before the end of a 162 son House: Canning Center, 8 5, Social Security

game season, the St Louis Cardinals were all but mathematically Representative, 9:30: a.m., Court Room Court House,

out of the National League pennant race. Boy Scout Troop 148 7:30 p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout

But they turned that mathematical chance into a Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. .

winner.It Tuesday, November 24Canning Center, 8 5, Rotary Fat ro..rrrr..rrr
...
was comeback all the way for those Cards 1 Jefferson House Blue Lodge, 8 "
Club, p.m., : p.m. Blink! me.:9"Incredible
kills
"This ad
Often down, but never out of it. And they won the Masonic Building; Business & Professional Woman Tie 1965 Ford
World Series after behind.
being Club, 7 p.m., Xittrelli Restaurant. rides quieter
And Billy Mills, as all the world knows, Is the come-
out-of-nowhere athlete par excellence. Scarcely anyone Wednesday, November 25Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., "Hard to believed than Rolls-Royce! "

,had heard of him until he astonished everyone but himself Post Office: Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell' Restaurant !
E3P: !r
\,
9w
to win the 10,000 meter run at the Olympic games in Exchange Club, 1 pm., Jefferson House; Canning Pi.1 I! _

Tokyo, the first American ever to win this endurance Center 8 5. "Must have had r.4"R'.1'!
"'
.contest J "
This Is the stuff that makes sports exciting The un Bible Verse a SO-'car-old Rolls..." ![t e ) !

derdog always has a chance and quite ollen outdoesthe READY MIX I' .....'E'. it t.r.HH't ; i:
favorites. 'Mhia" I was a child, I spake ".ft rf-.i
.. a rhlld, I mult.roliNxl a. a <'hlldthmi CONCRETECONCRETE
I .hl a. n rtillil: but tthra. 1 "Come on 1 "Farfetched!
The Cooling Earth manie s man, 1 put away child. _
I.h thing*."
.
Now 1s the time the I. Who wrote the shove words "
, nights are growing longer and "Amazing.:1
2. To whom were they addressed : "
the day and nights are growing cooler Hard as it Is ? "Hooey!
'to realize there are only two month. left In the year and 3. there ran they be found N. t
winter It less than two months away. 4, \\1ure was thn author when ...tsar-......,..,...[QIU)
he wrote the quotation BLOCK
As the weather passes from warm all to late tall,

the days remain delightful This Is because of several ,,nera
things. Fall brings fair weather. Also the earth retains 1. Paul, the Apostle, *

much of the heat of summer well into the late fall. I 2. church To the In members Corinth of the I Oakland Concr.t. To the 5 out of 10 people

Sometimes these days last into December Usually, 3. I Cnrinllunns 13: 11. I
by this time, when the days are shortest, winter takes 4. In Fphcaus Products Company

over with its bitter cold. These, then, are the last fine When drcr go swimming, dust'. Allen BosUck and who didn't believe
days and weeks before winter and the end of another chant them UUIHI suit) rrr. .,.hWat..r John Thomson this ad.
Fish Cnmnilulon regula| 'ban MAta T. .
)eear. They are the best for
days a time to come to ,
' enjoy the outdoors, hunting,perhaps fishing, biking foot.: mtng tins prohibit deer. the taking of 1W\m-1 i+' .10"I

ball, etc. I,


Violence On TV FOR FUEL- OIL a sporting proposition


A Congressional committee looking Into American

television fare has Issued another warning to the tel. a Tale s so-oblig.tlos... ..... ts a 195 New swrpt-hatk hr........ pad adds S
-th. sMrw
clsion ftrifty Bbj SIx .k other
Industry, to clean its and HOME DELIVERY
product reduce the
up Ford MsybTo jest coutda't bilk.tile five inches salts kite room Tnni.b- mode Is-th
moot
powerful standard Si
amount of violence t//E LL
face corrective action beamed from into American homes or ad (rrprlnlH she.e) Mcfc apprarrd .la .... Imnri Y layer thin In competing can offered by say car in Fords class. BVIaptioM

outside CALL 627-8888 this eaptr s few weeks .10. After .n, for ours foot room Trunk has fan to 425 ...
A medical psychological study of abnormal and In Quincy easy consider R.ll. Reyce to he ear of _hIP specs thas mr-hoUb four :-.uiten
irrational behavior among a number of children who required Ib' the world's Beat tar. But Fer4 Jon standing upright Al Fore eMoMtfc *MM Mno haws }

special treatment has shown that most of the 6632319In rid quieter. The world's Irsdfcf ass." pod, not 2 as in many compttn| cars
children spent long periods each day ht front of television Heal eiptrti ((8.15 Bersstk sad U !New .Mra'hmrinvs LTD srric unmatched Fatty srwhtmiwd .....! nn- iiriiiirou .

gels. up to six hours and more in many cases. Chattahooch.. Ne_.., be) Msd the tntiTtM V S. by any other car in Ford du. Call evea shift dons to Br* without

This Is thought to be largely responsible for their DISTRIBUTOR Aaio CM certified the ,...,... S1I..t-1bioei___ (Maodard on 4-door dashing gears

abnormal behavior and medical and psychiatric opinion This year's Ford b. the Hrencm body hardtop) removes stale air, provides fresh It WJ this imutdi Utt lot for ass car I*

is In agreement that the flood of crime and violence ever. .. a retofctloaery sew frame thatHtWMte air eves with all windows closed I Cictoah ..1late. mi inn. 5M wit, mart

brought into every television home for children to view PROMPT. DEPENDABLE. .l<> Hbrstbsr .. new alth aloft MW twfe-r** lrj- orU with either ffoflf art buying fort MM ever ktfortte
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Is a serious American problem related to soaring juvea COURTEOUS SERVICE cvtMprint svipteaioM_aO coetritMrinfto side. ,--..., Autry.sostmw .

lie delinquency and crime rates the aw hashed ride. Bet the rid Y.sly U Hat, hat .hashed Hf_ ... V.a Is Ih-
The most disturbing thing about the problem is that part ef what's arw. died equipment in XL and LTD models. / CSSiS} 1lUen.w

nothing will result from the latest Congressional warnIng W6 OIVB

Such warnings have been Issued periodically, often SERVICE I

by Congressional committees, for years, and the television FORD
Test driveTotal Performance
Industry largely Ignores them. 65...best year yet to go

The industry is not only uniquely powerful Amer- sw.. not MM oe lobs-.os

ican life but has powerful congressional friends, manyof OIL CO. g AMpg
whom financially Involved in
are television stations.

Even the head of( the Federal Communications Commis. South Robert Street Inman-Johnson Motor Company Inc.

ion is subject to the axe U he crosses the networks and ON ALL ,

Industry too harshly QUINCY PURCHASESI 218 WEST JEFFERSON STREET QUINCY. FLORIDAt
The latest warning u therefore, Lttle reason for hope I



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CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. QtTNCir flORIDA THTTODAY! NOVEMBER 12 19U PA, iVl
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Good Increased value often exceed the
Landscape
cost of the average installation.
Too professionally designed gardens
Increases ValueOf are usually planned to fit
the needs of a particular family
PropertyA If you like to spend a good bit of }

Can time have working more In formal the garden planting, you, (. *

urvey was completed some
,or If you are one of those folks
months ago among a group of who desire I minimum ot work In
!trading real mate agents asking'keeping I garden it can be designed -
for their experience as to sales of for a minimum ot maintenance I
landscaped properties at compared
with poorly planted propertleiaccording '"
to President R. E. I : hj :;, :. .
"Ed" Brown of the Florida Nurserymen ChattahoocheeNews R oev tea r" ,,
S R
and Growers Assoclat t4 :
Ion.The I L* i ,: a A! tt d + 'R a"cx

figures compiles after Oils ,, b
survey were most Interesting 135, Mrs. T. J. Runkle, Mike and t\
out of 137 questioned said that Wilton attended the Halloween .
landscaping definitely added to the Carnival in Greensboro last Thursday I i iF
resale value of When
property night Mike was Nell Peters'
asked how much, the tt>pllt'lrangt'd
seventh grade at .
I escort a queen X-
from 15 or 25 the Carnival
.
They felt landscaping to be one,, Mr and Mrs. Grady Cone of I
of the best possible Investmentsfor 'Attaptilgus, Ga. visited his parents ,
homeowners since landscape, Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Cone i iI
plantings appreciate In value with I Miss Olga Oiawm of Tltusville
good care rather than depreciate visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Proper designing of plantings Freeman Chason i
to insure good climate control Mr. and Mrs Clayton Dykes of *

pays off in comfort and economy, El Cen-ito, Calif. visited her sister S 3 t t lr ,i a: ....
al well as in increased valuation and brother In law, Mr and .
One realitor told of listing a Mrs. Charlie Rooks and other I
piece of property that can priced relatives while here
higher than anything. else in the Friends of Mrs. p. L. Laing arcs I arfIc
neighborhood because of high glad she 1* back home after being
quality (landcane plantings The a patient in the Tallahassee Me- o
man who bought the house didn't mortal Hospital i
have time to look thru on Opin Mrs Ada McKlnsey visited in a a ,
5
House Sunday but gave the sale- Tallahassee last weekend I I i S ;
man hit card. The following evening .
the salesman called and de-
embed the Inside of the house for Schofield
Roger
them They told the salesman they Ii
had admired the place for a Aboard ShipUSS
couple of years and knew from the
looks of the grounds and the appearance I
i of the house on the wit. FREMONT (FirTNO Rod
I tide that the Inside would be all ger P S-hodekl, seaman, USN,'i
rUht They signed the contract son of Mr, and Mr*. Lawton
and paid the earnest money" Sthoheld of Lake Talquln rd.,'
I without ever swing the Inside of Quincy, Fla I la serving aboard
the house the attack transport USS Fremont, I
Not only do't'll designed operating out of Norfolk Va I
planting make a house more attractive lie and other crewmember of
I and move livable but the the Fremont recently took part
I In .a amphibious landing exercise I
held at Vieques, Puerto Rico t ,1 'R
SAVE! SAVE! I Fremont, along with other ships 1 ( Y 1 RVt
from Amphibious Squardron Four,
H! landed the Third Marine Barta-I
I ON ,lion, Second Marine Regiment,
Second Marine Division on the
INSTALLATIONCOSTS1 beaches of Vieques in .a mock assault > r u. t ttFREEDOM'S
I on an enemy position
I II SEAPOWER FOR PEACE



Living Pearls .

By OIly B. Wade

Bur WAY AND NOT ENOIGB l

9
AND Did you ever get half way
4 and have theWa1k"
across a street
,'Dont light catch you?
I SAVE
f For an instant you seek to rationalize .
and say "but I was halt-
ON DISCOVERYThere
fI way" This reasoning is like the

little boy who was caught with his
FUEL
I hand in the cookie Jar by his i
mother, Whirling around b* said,
"I wasnt them eating" them. 1 wa I' is joy In giving to God That is freedom's ultimate discovery. And! the hundreds! of thousands of

I ENJOY WARM AIR HEATINCAT scratching A lot of people, when caught I churches which we have built and supported! }bear testimony to the fact.
ITS BEST WITH AN enjoying the wondrous pleasure
I of God, seek to rationalize by But when there are nations who despise God who tear down churches or forbid their support, how
"111 give Just token of\
l'URICANtaucW4AUTOMA saying my treasure In return." shall we teach this Christian joy to the boys and girls who will be our nation-tomorrow?
Man Is but a steward for God
CI He own nothing, he only care I Karen and Paul are placing Sunday School "envelopes" at the foot of the childr n'$ altar.
I NINTER AIR CONDITIONER for It All ot the rattonaUlzlngin
the world cannot"balf change-way this glrit, God*", Of course, what Karen and Paul and their classmates can give will hardly pay for an altar But our world

Compo, itfquippid ....,,'''tllgl Why never should give any man seek to ba any of tomorrow cannot be built on Kremlin economics.A .

> with lonrful, tnj nitrid lor ghttl hil wvtatjI Halfway i Is notever enough mighty generation must learn to worship in prayer and faith and sacrifice, There is Joy In giving to

fnlly, Quickly InitollH) U. .. COPTERS CRASH God!

FREE ESTIMATE-EASY TOWS During< the tint day of the Our children learn this chiefly from our example and encouragement.

S. Naval amphibiousnXer.
Roma Horton World
since n Warand THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe
two U. S. helicopters
Phone MAIn 7-8617 crashed in flames off the coast ofSpaln. I The Church Is the greatest factor lady and lupport the Church They
1428 W. Jefferson I The 2nd U. S. MarIne' fx tin earth for UM building of character 'r*: ((1)) For his own Mk, (2) Fur
I peditionary Force Marine was Division comprised andIthe I 4t'u and food cltlwntlilp It ii a store- hi. children. Mk*. (3) For the MX.
I QUINCY FLORIDA ol the 2nd 2nd Fleet Air Wing. Nine OfI house of spiritual valw, Without a of his community and nation (4))
I I 22 men aboard were killed. strong Church, neither democracy For the tali of the Church Itself
--- I a."n,1II11114 nor civllluUon can survive Them' which need his 11JI"lllnct material

.4r sa i Aitntrlutni UtrvtetM are four sound reason why every support 1'Un to |o to church regularly .
$ der..br... Vt. person should attend service refu- and reed your Bible dally


Nobody here Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
'" I Kings II King II King Mark 11 Corinthian* II Corinthian II Corinthian

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Young Ladies First BaptistJewel I Junior Woman's (Visitor Honored I Presbyterian


Honored On SS Class WOMEN'S PAGE ,At Family Dinner Circles Meet

i Club Meeting Mrs. Lane TUnmoni\ entertained Circles of the First PresbyterIan

Birthdays Has Meetingthe Church met The
with a Family Dinner Friday Monday.

Held FridayThe night In honor of her mother, Mr*. Bible study was from Epheslan
Person having tt.m* of social nature are urged to call
Mlsi Susan Woodward and Miss Jewel Sunday School Clam* I J. T. Bailey who 1* visiting her. and the emphasis for the month
Jane Woodward were' honored on of the First Baptist Church met Mrs. May S. Ricbadson at MAIn 7-8503 Quincy, Junior Women' ] Chrysanthemum In shades of was on Evangelism.

their I8lh birthdays with a delightful with Mrs Jack Wellborn at ':45 Club met in regular session at yellow bronze and gold were at Circle One of which Mrs. Sylvester
dance at t the Sawano dub, p.m., November tin with 13 point of Interest
(the club house on Friday, Nov. 6.. Woodward Is chairman,
Saturday night, given by their members present Out of town guestt were Mr. and
met with Mrs. J. A. McCormic
parent and R. D The president, Mrs. Ed Crall Garden Club The president, Mrs. Donald Mrs. E. C Hansen, Livingston with 13 Mrs. Fred Hodges
Mnd Mr : d'M Howard onesided over the meeting. Mrs, Brown, presided I Ala., Dr. and Mr*. 0 W Jenkins led the present Bible dlscuwlon. This

Woodward. Colorful balloon Henry Farmer opened the meetIng -! Board MeetsThe Mn. Alex McMillan gave the Undale, Ca., Mn BernlceCrichton meeting was at 10 a.m.
and streamers of crepe paper with prayer. Reports by .fi devotional and led the Pledge to Jacksonville, daughters
decorated the rooms A hugearrangement Totip captains were given. Mn, aYay ; the Flag. of the honoree and son F. D. Bailey Circle Two, Mrs. Tod Bell
of chrysanthemums Craig and Mrs. James Jalllet Inspired r4i Executive Board of the Secretary' and treasurer' report of Chattahoochee, and granddaughter chairman met with Mn. Henry

centered the mantel In the ballroom and challenged the members night dub met T\.Q.I were given.Education Mrs. Bill Yon and family Johnson with 13 In attendance
Hurricane lamps and candies of the class to sincerely put day at the home of Mrs Chairman ot Tallahassee.The tlrs. Tom Davidson was Bible
forth earnest and crmsclentious Roma Horton with a good attend Department moderator. This circle met at
were at Intervals.Osaperones an .f Mfr Mr*. Hal Davis, requested occasion wa Mrss. Bailey's88th
effort to and follow In ance. Mn. Lanier Richardson 4
were Mr. and Mrs promote members bring gift of toy, birthday Daughters, Mn. pm
James Campbell, Mr. and Mrs the work of the church program, opened the meeting with prayer.Mn. clothe or money for the children Mark Munroe, Jr. and son In law Circle three, Mrs- P. C Davis
Ernest Jef'OIMlal Kathryn The entire class, Including the associate Fred Nordhau presided at Sunland Training Center In Mar and daughter, Mrs. Carl Rude and chairman met at the home of
Sylvester and Miss Elizabeth members have made plan The minutes were read by the !lanna to the December meeting their families of QuIncy were Mn. John Allen Smith at 4 p.m.
Woodward.A to begin\ early on a worth-while secretary, Mrs. Lanier Richardson Guest of the club were Intro-! among the guest with 10 present. Mrs E. C Ma-
protect to make Christmas brighter after which Mn. Graham recipientof Bible leader.
beautiful cake with the hon- duced. They were Mn. Joe Cne- I The honoree was the halley wa
omen names and "16" embodied Mrs.for some Ed!Veasey who are extended teas fortunate an Invitation McKeown, treasurer, made her 1 See Mn. Lea Jones and Mn Joe many lovely gift on thii occa- Circle Four, Mn. J. C Hlnson,
Williamson. ilon. with Mn. Lamar
chairman met
Mn. Fisher William reported Martin. There were 11 In attendnee. .
table, husbands covered dish Christmas Report were given on the recent
a good meetings and program for District tour at Wewahltch- Wednesday Bridge Mn. E. D. Davis was Bible
and break dancing her Lake Tslquln
Program at
supper the Magnolia Circle, of which she moderator and Mn. L. D. McMil
ka and the County Federation
were enjoyed during the evening home on December 14th.Mrs. I* chaiman. Ms. John McAfee., Party For Visitor lan talked on Stewardship.
In
C W. Harbin Jr. gave an Mn. McKeown Mn Lamar Smith meeting Quincy Mrs. T. R. Smith and her sister .
Circle Five of which Mn. J. M.
Insuring devotional on the mood A course In Self-Defense for
the Mrs. Whit Harris entertain
reported on other circles. ,
Miss Whitehurst ofThankntfvlng.\ For the scrlnture' Plans wen made to decorate Women, to be sponsored by the ed with a bridge party Wednesday Griffin Is chairman, met with Mn.
Named Queen he read Phlllnplans 6:4.: There the center for Christmas and put Pilot dub, was announced by Mn I afternoon In honor of Mn. R E. C Love with 10 In attendance
further business the Bill Rogen. It will be held on The president, Mrs Fount MayJr.
being no wreath on the Courthouse. W. D. Walker, who 1* visiting her
meetings was adjourned with a Nov. 17 from 7:30: to 9:30 at theAmerican wa a visitor Mn. R. H. M.
Miss Lee Beth Whltehurst, mother, Mrs W S Bell. Arrangements
All
were urged to attend the
orayer of gratitude by Mr*. H. J. Lesion. All members I of Davidson led the Bible discusdon. -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott general meeting Tuesday night at chrysanthemumsand .
whltehunt.. at Willlston and Davis, the teacher. the were urged to avail) themselves of dahlia were at point of Interest
center at which time a Christmas
Delicious refreshments were this very worthwhile opportunity. Circle 6, the Business Women'sCircle
grand daughter of Sheriff and In the party room High
the hostess consisting program on decoration and s Mr*. Charles Dean stated that met last Monday night with
Mrs. Otho Edwards, Quincy, was served by skit would be presented. Mn score was won by Mrs. R. D.
elected HomeromlnR Queen and of nuts cake and coffee.Centenarv 1.pt. '" Douglas Brook I* plan are being carried forwardfor Woodward Jr., who received Mn. Virginia Dowllng. The chairman
PI'Olll'll1lchairman. the Homecoming at the Drcember -
crowned Friday Following the Chriitmas wrappings Mr Harbert Gregory presided.
., meeting. This year, In Mrs. Glenn Kingry led
coronation dance was hold at the J Several other Item Important i Mn. Warren Hlgdon held second
WSCS addition! to and past Bible discusilon. There were
woman's club. .1/4' business were discussed after part sponsors high and was awarded Christma the[

Mill Whilehunrt was aim voted ,({ which a social hour was enjoyed. being presidents Invited all to paRt attend members the luncheon are. decorations. Floating prize,'' 12 presentANYONE __
matches went to Mn.
the most popular gli'I. Her escort Circles MeetThe and program. holiday ,
most 'n '4 Marcus Shelfer The honoree received
Dan Stevens elected the a tJ
was
Friday Luncheon Mn. Brown Invited the members a double deck of card a* INTERESTEDIN
popular boy of the Woman's Society "Come Y ou.Are Coffee" to
Clr<'11'II to a a memento of the occasion.
Mn. Edwards, accompanied by of Christian Service of Centenary .:: \ r"I For Mrs. Godard be held at her house The date Preceding the game the hostess PIANO LESSONS
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Mrs Carl A. Spinner, Sr., attended hadtheir I'M' 'ti" "' ioot'iawen -'eate 1
Methodist Church I of course, Is unknown. It couldbe served a dessert with coffee. FOR THEIR CHILD
the ceremony, returning to meetings. All circle chairmen Mill Wanda Sadbeny Mn. R. F. Godard was the honoree anytime! Among the 16 players, were CALL 6277845MERRILL'S
PLEASE
Quincy Saturday. reported having had goodmeetings at a beautiful luncheon given Mn. Pat Edwards urged mem members' of the Wednesday afternoon
and the program given Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sadbeny of Qulncy announce Friday' at the Jefferson House by ben to bring Rifts for the adults club.
Interesting. Mrs. L. I. Willis. Hawthorn bar ) --- ---- ------ --
were moot the engagement of their daughter Wanda to Massey at Chattahoorhee Hospital and -
Bridge Club Meets Circle No. 1 met with Mrs E Clifton des tn attractive arrangementsi leave in any of several containers'
White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Whit of Greensboro.Miss .
With Mrs. Brooks Nash Phllpot .* hostess. Mrs were at point of and about town. This 1 II part of *
George Bate, chairman presided. Sadbeny is a gradual of Quincy High School spanned the length of the tables. county-wide drive.

M.... Douglass Brooks entertain Mrs. Phllpot gave the devotional and Is presently employed by the F. P. May Drug Place cards were decorated with I Mrs C. 0 Barnett discussedthe
ed the Tuesday morning duplicate and the lesson She readthe Company. red rose further carrying out the Country Store the Woman'i

bridge club this week with 6 llth chapter of Luke for her: Mr. White Is presently employed by the Bell Furniture color scheme Club I II presently running down
tables playing Autumn flowers scripture. The\ subject of the lesson The 27 guests Included neighbor town She Hated they would 1 Have the Bobbie Brooks LookPASTEL
and the Life Company. of Mrs Godard, who I II
were at Interest points. Sandwlchei was, "Prayer a
Items the
dips, rake, cookies and Within." The member discussed The wedding will be November 28 at the home of former Quincy resident and close greatly Junlon appreciate might be able any to donate I in '

coffee were' served Potted plant the different aspect of prayer the bride-elect's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hub- friend and relative The program chairman then Introduced SKIRT
were. awarded for prize and whether they thought prayer bard of Midway. Dirk Jacobs who

Winners Mr Sam Hlgdon helped them. I excellent ,
were membersrsent. Beth Davis Honored an presentation laV'j
and Mrs. Douglass Brooks first, There were twelve Porter, chairman presided. Mrs -I formative and enjoyable, on andMatching
Mrs Lee R. Munroe and Mrs. On 7th Birthday ern American Music."
the devotional
Gatlln
Norman
One No. 2 met with Mrs. 11 gave I Sweaterin
Jack Richardson, second Mrs. E. the 100th Psalm Mrs. Marjorie Gregory, County,
reading
J. BHlgdon
C Love and Mrs. Fred May third ,,11'. Morgan a* hostess. Mrs Mn. Hal Davis entertained witha
Extension Home then
Economist
Mr*. and using a* her subject, "Giving
chairman, presided I
and Mrs. Henry Weinberg and party Friday In honor of her Introduced
devotional I, usIng Thank for God. Plan were I I Miss Ruth Harris, a
Mrs. Maurice fourth. Morgan gave the daghter Beth, who 1 II 7 old
Owens her subject "Prayer.;' made for Christmas gifts to be yean Family Life Specialist, from Tat YELLOW or LIME
as The
of little friends
I group enjoyed I II lahassee. She a Interesting
gave
from given to the family that this circle very
read
also quotation
She"Book of CoMen Leave." has for Its project for thisyear. I outdoor games served.after which refreshment talk on "Gift of Self." $8.98 to $14.98
were
Centering
The hostess committee, Mn
Mn. E. B. Shelter gave the Mrs. W. L. Montague gave l,
Fall 1 table was the attractively decorated Walter Howell, Mn. Louis Powell
Circle Study the lesson from the circle study
lesson from the cake. Ice cream and III'rved'' ONLY 6 WEEKS 'TIL CHRISTMAS
book. There were eleven mem- punch and Mn. Hal Davis, then
Bonk, the sublect was, "Prayerand I
were also served.
the Life Within" ben present a delicious luncheon after which: LAY-A.WAY NOWI!

Fashion There were ten members prP.ent. At the lone of the meetings asocial I 1_ Favor_were_ novelties ___ the_meeting_was adjourned._ _
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hour was enjoyed and the s Jae pol
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Circle No 3 met with Mn E. B hostess served delicious refreshments

121ltby Embry, with Mr*. A. B. Blackburn to. the member and IUCltapl't'Jll'nt. On Friday the Sawano women
Mrs Blackburn
as co-hostess. Mrs. golfers had their monthly luncheonand
chairman presided. business FALL FABRICFESTIVAL
meeting which happily
devotional' using
the
3 3Mr Embry gave
as her subject. "Practldnu God's Presbyterian I II usually l principally luncheon
Helen Taylor was out of town and
She read for her
i Presence, the 139th Psalm. Mn Women MeetThe our V. P Elizabeth Cantey pre r
scripture
the lesson sided. Mrs. R. V C also distinguished
Nicholson
gave
Malcolm
from the dixie Study Book the Women of the Pint Pre herself by having a birdie
three the sixth hole the
on during
subject was, "Prayer and the byterlan Church held their regular
afternoon matches. The events
Life Within. business meeting Monday with
were low net won by Lucille Shelter

The members joined the leader the president, Mn. Fount May,
who had 43 and
fewest
,
a putt*
[in a period of discussion on prayer Jr.. presiding The minutes were won by demma Cay.
and how It had strengthenedtheir read by the secretary, Mn. R. D.
Christian faith Woodward Jr. Mn. L D. Mc If you have been thinking of DACRONS

There were thirteen members Mlll treasurer, made her report driving 10hi! mountains to seethe
RtgltA "! ;wrf.onu and two visitor I present. The visllon following the minute fall foliage It won't be at all ONE LOT
t were Mn. Carl Owenby and Circle chairmen then reported, necessary Just come on out to
Mn. E. Nash Phllpnt-\ after which chairmen of other the golf courw. The sweet gums
Circle No. 4 met with Mn J committees! followed and sourwootls are beautiful Virginia

Fisher Williams M hostess. MnM Mn. T M. Cumbie. paston aid, creepers are. flaming up the

a Bates LJt, chairman, pre named the sick members and erne tree trunks and the golden leaves RAYONAC 54" lo 60"WOOLENS
of the wild vines look like
sided. Mn Willis gave the corners who should be visited grope
devotional. Miss Marguerite Hendrlx Mr*. Lanier Richardson, chairman yellow Jasmine In full bloom. ILAN

gave the lesson from the of Home' Life and Family At this moment Jean Taylor,
circle study book whlfh was mostinteresting. workshop! reported on the month Helen Taylor and Lucille Shelfer
There were eight are playing hi a tournament In
the four -
meeting held by program
members present.Circle ly chairmen and the president Adele! so perhaps next week we PRINTS and SOLIDS
No. B met with Mn F. account of that can report a winner.
an
gave
\ Mrs. Boob
Ray Lrall'rIoIIIf'tI' 1 meeting and announced that an

caCtugsiss Lester.Mn. Tracy Jr.,RliWle chairman gave, the presided dew i Interesting: at the program general would meeting be presented the Couples Bridge Club $1.99 Values r'J

tlonal reading John 14: 18.11 Meets at Crosby HomeThe
"Christ's third Monday. $1.88 YARD
her subject.
and using as

Presence devotional With with V.."prayer.She openedher Mr had Mn.Another been Don May made program reported for the ehainvan that Joy plans Gift, Saturday Couples night Bridge at the Club home met of NOW $1.59 YARD jj ,

aenNlf Riddle also gave the lesson' from December. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Crosby. Au-.
of
Wheq/M/ "!llImmonI'd Program an event
book
,atASaepMaaaX the circle study Interesting letter from Mn.If time flowers and berries were at
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ol An
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to New ;11' The topic .
r aaiat a read, Hal points.Mn
"Praver and the A. Love of Mexico was
the lesson was which the announcement was Sylvester Woodward won
after
the thoughts
One of
SEE '11 1E BRIGHTEST the Life brougt Within out was the standing made that Missionaries In the high score among the women CORDUROY FINE COTTONS
on furlough, would be aDd Wayne Peacock was men'sugh *
country
NEW STARS IN TIME in the shties of other personalitiesto
ot the
isxlcrsland his thoughts and asked to appear on some winner
Niw cistMpority iliini, see !Several other members programs of the WOC.Mn. A dessert with coffee was II'I'V't'd
psdiloft McuncT bets iota> problems. 1 R. II. M. Davidson gavean at comluslon of the game. Narrow 88c Yard
the Wale Peter
ksssittos's tndhienst tMlllr.ludl'lttM took part on nine members program.andone Informative and Interesting report By Pan Bates, ABC,
There were'
to CIvlilniH w mt flea Ott> visitor' present, The visitor on rresbyterial which met inltadiao
semis IM Mont sw, wing tit Ethel Whlttiker n. Brinkleys Honor

axcM rtnto Vmbg.W. U.Circle Miss No. 8 met with Mrs. The president closed the meet- Visitor At SupperMr. Wide Wale $1.29 Yard Rlegal and Others

Iytell Itaf sostEtOat fats 111 n Frank Morgan Jr., a* "hostessMn rag with prayerBridge
-sit iso zaus ur4wat PAM Everett Morrow, chairman I and Mn. Hiram Brlnkley
? e rr,ra presided Mrs J. A. Suet gave i Club Meets entertained with an outdoor supper I Values to $1.59

the devotional. Wing a* her sub- With Mrs. Johnson Saturday night In honor of Mr
cl. 1ll0011JEWELER tech, "Are. You Being a Witness and Mrs. S. E. Seay of Tallahassee.

For Christ!" Mrs. S. M. Strom I Mn James Johnson was hostessIK Colorful light were on the: 54 io 60" WOOLENS
Gave the lesson from the clinic her Wednesday afternoon bridgedub. pel to where chicken pilau and all

study' book. There mere fifteen I Fall flower and potted the trimming were served 88c YARD
107 E. JeUrram member present. plants were at Interest points. 1 Fourteen guest enjoyed this

QUINCY, FLORIDA Circle: No. 7 met with Mn I High score was won by Mrs. J. I Values to $3.99
Norman Gallln. with Mn MlchiiclI ,Fisher Williams and was awarded
,I Ratlin_as co-hostess. Mn Ralph Mrs. Joseph Sober held
a tray.
low and received note 'M oPI'aslon.e SOLIDS PLAIDS
Guests were Mr*. E. C. hIIf'

KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. fey and Mn. CI1rI Edwards.\ .
At conclusion of three progressions Some Lined 45" SUITING and TARPON

CHARLES KINARD Owner the hostess served roronut 61fAtfJ
toasted nut and coffee.
Remodeling Additions pie $2.88 YARD.

David Burns > CLOTH
Mrs
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Goragca Carport Porch.. [Hostess At Bridge If you want to get your teeth
Into some sound dental advice
Roofing Siding Cabinet 1 Mrs David Hums was hostess listen to what a health authority I
e Florida Rooms Enclosure to her Tuesday afternoon bridge hat to sayMo: toothbrushes DRIP DRY : By Milliken and Gait? and LordCOTTONS

I'dub. Colorful seasonal flowers on the. market are too .
"No Job Too Lag or Too Small" ,were at Interest point Preceding large; the most efficient brush f

Havana Highway Phone 827.8495Morrow's the game she served a dMsert. la one that is small and easily $1.33 Values
Winners of high and low scores reaches the front side and 'p..4

received novelties. bark ot every tenth.
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made posters for the Mental he attended a Court Clerks session
l ertonaU Episcopal Health Program We had our los .
log ceremony and then adjourned U Col. and Mni. John W. Cop-
Church Notes mi, meeting. hart and doughter left Sundayfor
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richardson Merry Lyn McCallIerJona Fort Bennlng, Ga.. where they
attended the Florida >rg1 football Scribe will make their home Their ton
game in Jacksonville. from W. rears John remained In Qulncy to com
pMed his senior year In High
Mill foes Payne, Mn. T. J. I usually talk to the children of, School. Their daughter Beverlry Is
Farr, Mn. W. A. MeDearmld and the Pariah IJ second student at
on Sunday morning a year Chlpola
Mrs Cooper Johnson attended the Mkr at our 9,30 general assembly! I College, Marlanna
Florida Georgla game In Jacksonville A time for the Church School It Isnever Mrs. Paula Laslle. student at
and visited Mrt. McDearmld'ii anything carefully prepared Raymond Unlle attended an,rhlpola spent the weekend with
Mrs. Harry Wood and MraJohnson's in advance Asphalt and Concrete and Mrs. J. R
at would be a sermon paving con her parents, Mr.
brother in law and alsher and I at often as not talk ference ,n Gainesville, Tuesday Unite.Mn.
Mr. and Mrt. Claude Parker.I 1 off the top of my head So Sunday through !Thursday of last \\ei'kRomuliiN I' :3 L. TVdenhaugh hal returned
Marvin Bush of Las Vegas, Nev., t 1 1 got on the matter o| what Rrlnklcv Jr., and friends from Memphis, Tcnn. accompanied
cam by plane and spent the we ran do with our sickness So i Ial'hl'rmrin andm' by her mother Mrs.
weekend with his brother and aleter many of the saints were made in Vanlrls win.! arson Dcstrmci INs W, E IVkrtt
In law, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. their sickness that teemed tome- Burdrlon Charleston, S. (' |I"'nll I Others attending the Georgia .
Bush and his father E. R Bush, thing worth speaking about And the Vo't't'krnd with his parents Mr, Florida game in Jacksonville were
,
who Is a patient In Miller County VICTORY SMILES Gadsden County's 4H Club girl then at I was making my rounds and Mn Rmnulus Bhnklrv Dr and Mrs T W Griffin, Mr.l .
Ga. Hospital. He returned by horn Judging team is all smiles after winning top honors on Monday afternoon I couldn' a. I Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith Mr.'l'and Mrs Pal I Illgdon, and Mr. and I

plane Mr. Monday morning. in the 4.H home judging contest at the North Florida Fair help thinking In the course of aconversation ___ ____ __ and Mn Kdwsrd: H. Fletcher, Mr Mrs Bill 1 Hudson ,
and Mn. James Watts are that we dont have and Mn Max Fletcher and Mr. I Dr and Mrs Pat Woodward soil
en a business trip and while away in TaUaha..... The team includes, from left to light: the time with our sickness that we YOUNG MAGICIANS Linda Bradley Is and Mr iVcll Rtitler were among two a ms of Gainesville spent theueekrnd
visited Mrs. Cary Everett In Augusta I Mary Louise Ray leynean Woodbery lean Carroll and did even when I was a child We apparently those attending the FloridaGcor- t with his parents, Mr.
floating the air with the
where she Is In a hospital, used sick and then take through greatest of ease while
to get Woodward
Louise Sunday. leynean also took second place honorsin gla football game In J/I'kllf1l1\'lIle, I and Mrs R. D
very 111. the Individual our time getting well, but this Deborah Bradley runs a hoop over her showing there Miss Ethel; Mrs l l-oroy Uledsoe of Cullman.
Mint Alice Cay student at Chipols judging competition. isn't the way It li todav The are no wires attached. The young magicians have performed stern Missippll, Whltnker Is of Aga- Ala came by plane for a short
College, Marlanna, spent theweekend miracle drug have robbed tit of on TV and before audiences. visiting her visit with her parents, Mr. and
with her parents, Mr. and Kittle of Augusta. law, Dr. and Mrs James H. Rog some of the most precious time a many ---- nephew Harold Streetman. I Mrs J. W Woodward.Mrs. .
Mrs. Gerald Gay Several friends Mrs. George W. Crichton of era and son. person ran have the period o! Real liars, Charles Lamar Amos Dads will\ return
accompanied her here for a visit Jacksonville spent the weekend Mrs. Bernice Reynolds of Enter- convalescence. So maybe If we're Graveside Rites I. R. Ward, 79 Lester and Berry Ladle spent the from Cocoa where she visited her
weekend
Mr and Mrs Corry Lester visited hem with relatives. prize, Ala, has been visiting her going to product taints today I It the In Jacksonville. and attended dnughter and ,,," In law. Mr. and
relatives in Jacksonville this Robert Maxwell, student at Valdosta niece, Mrs. Raymond Dreher and will have to be through something For Bryant Walsh Buried Monday bull Georgia Florida fiiol Mn Clinton Purling
_k.John. State College, spent the family.J. other than tlcknesi. At least the game They visited CIIlrlrs1"'lIIlIr'l -----
Curry student at Abraham weekend with hit parents, Mr. and B. Cox of Tampa has been saints we might hope to produce bmthrr-ln-law and sister, 'c.ir\'\ .1 u. uiumi.
Baldwin College, Tlfton Ga, spent Mrs T. L. Maxwell. visiting hit mother Mrs C C wouldn't be sickening ones would, Graveskle services for Bryant Funeral services for James Mr and :Irs. Kill Mnssry recently
the weekend with hit family here Mist Gladys Hill of Cincinnati they Please remember thai' E Walsh, 66, of Havana were Robert Ward It, of Telogia were nil me d tn Jacksonville.Mr !'rrshh'nln..n has promotedLlrt
Mrs. Alexander Johnson of Tallahassee Is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. E Cox.Mr.. and Mrs. Lefty Larson were m Sunday before Thanksgiving conducted at 3 o'clock Sunday conducted at 3 o'clock Monday and Mn E C. Hnnson of 'ul.l John II filcnn. Jr.. the
spent the weekend with Hill. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Day, all are asked to bring a nonperishable afternoon In Carpenter Cemetery, afternoon in the Grace Method! tJvlngKlnn. Ala. and Dr. and Mrs first American to orbit the earth,
her parents, Dr and Mrs J. M. Mrs. Sam Higdon attended the Ilirt In rtattahoochee, Sunday, fond Item as a specla Jackson County, with the Rev Church In Telogia with the Rev 0 W Jrnklni of Rome, Ga and to full coli iel in the Marine Corps.
Griffin. She was accompanied Tenth Annual Florida Senior Wom! Attending the Florida Georgia offering and to leave It at the Dick (Mean officiating. I Hen Splvey and the Rev, Bob Mr and Mrs Bill Yon of Tallahassee The i'1't' h"'lIt said Glenn was reluctnnl -
horn by her grandmother, Mrs. en's Golf Association Tournament football game In Jacksonville, chancel steps for inclusion In A native of Gadwlen County Richniton officiating. Interment visited Mr. and Mrs Lane to accept the promotion
Fount May, who will baskets for the deserving Mr was In Burnt-Out Tlmmons and other relatives because he believed It would deprive
spend two In Naples. were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gay, thanksgiving \\alsli was a member of time Cemetery
weeks with her. : Miss Elizabeth Joiner of WashIngton Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams and needy. The date Is Sunday Havana Baptist OIUI'l'Ilie died Mr. Ward was bom In Liberty Mr and Mrs Edwin: Naur spent' "'>me other worthy officerof
Mrs. J. H. Davis has returned I D C and Tallahassee vis-I Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Pope. November 21 Our annual suddenly Saturday County and was a lifetime rest the weekend In ksnnvllle here the_ rank _____
home following a visit of several ted Mr. and Mrs. Max Goza dur- Among those attending the FloridaGeorgia triple threat covered dish Survivors Include his widow lent He. was a member of the
weeks In Greenville, S. C with weekend. be held Wednesday, Grace Methodist Church In Telogia.
tog the football game In Jacksonville supper will Mrs Bryant Emory Walsh, Havana
,
her ton In law and daughter, Mr. Mn. Paul Clark of Chatlahoohee were Mrs. T. R. Smith Jovemher IB, beginning at 7 pm ; three brothers, Norman Mr, Ward passed away 3 Dnys (111111 3 Dey.
and Mrs. Winston Rabb and In spent the weekend with her Mrs. Norman Jordan, Mr and Triple threat because It Involves Emory Watch Qulm-y Pasco and Saturday. fl' ONLY
Arlington Va. with Mr. and Mrs. brother In law and sister, Mr. and Mrs W. E. Middleton, and Dr three things' Fellowship, stewardship Jim Walsh ol Tallahassee, and Survivors Include four suns,
A. A. Rich. Mrs James Johnson on and Mrs. W. D. Rogers of Chattahoochee and the election of four vestrymen three sisters MIKS drip: Walah l R. A. <( Mr. and Mn. K. W. Kittle had Mr, and Mrs to tweed those who retire Mn Lottie Wood and Mrs. EllaIlinamso : Ward of llrlslol and Paul T. Wan
at recent guests his brother and pent the weekend In lliJh1and'j Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Harp and at the end of the year We all of O>ncord. and Joe Edd Ward, both of Te-
slater_in law Mr. and Mn O. R with their son and Rev. Gordan of Gainesville were hope that we will have a large attendance. Ictwo: daughters, Mrs. onO
_. 'visitors here during the weekend The canvass letters go Serving at active pallbearers .Hr, Charles Town, W. Virginia
Rev. Gordon delivered the mom' out this week [)m't forgetour were Elmo Ji4insnn, Halt 1 Un.i and M... Betty June Roberta -
,'log message at the First Presby- Thanksgiving Day service al lemon son, Lowell Wood, Mural Walsh, Port 91. Joe; one sister, Mrs
PLACE YOUR terlan Church and baptized the 10 a.m. It will be our sacrifice of Durdon and WillanJ Johnsun. Lola Cheslane Bristol; S grandchildren
young Fredrick May Woodward, perfect praise and thanksgiving and 2 great grannVhi!. .
son of Dr. and Mrs. Pat Wood. In the Holy Eucharist. On that The Butler fIIol'llan111t'1'II1
ward of Gainesville.\ day, above all others let us not he l tome was in charge of arrange- dren.The Butler .Morgan Mineral
ORDER I Johnny Blitch, Mr. and Mrs.' among those ",,'hose god Is their menu Home was in charge of arrange
NOW ,Thomas Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. belly and whose glory It In their ments. tJ1
ward Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Dick' shame: who mind earthly thlnw" Hospital Report
Suber were among those attendingthe at least not till after church!
Florida-Georgia football game My uples have dipped me a
AT in copy of the newsletter of the First Admissions: November S I 1'J
Miss Julie Munroe was In Cairo Baptist Church for the oust week through November 0 Mil, Louise
I during the weekend where she ale pledgers with 375 of them Ard, Mrs Betsy Komegty, Mn
FLETCHER rode In the horse show. She Will tithers! What a splendid recordof Graves Dukes, George Ovens,
COMPANY, Inc. Joined there by her parents, Mr.' stewardship that It, and how Mm Britt VMgglns, Mn Ada K I IIi
'land Mn. Lie Ray Munroe of Mac: I look to the day when ours can Edwards, Mn Doris Parramore.
con. he at good. But we're a lot closer (Ins Sadler Mn Elizabeth Mac b
GREENSBORO Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Klncald.! hit year than we were last, and Varmid, Mrs Nell Collins, James Jr
ited Galloway Gardens and returned r trust we'll be even closer next !Smith Mrs. ltIal.ollpy, Miss Judy
: FOR by Tlfton, where they visited I ear I felt like singing "Hello, Irlnsifl and Fred Parnmmre. all
their son In law and daughter lllly" this week. It'. a lot more of Qulncy, Lester J McPherson
4 Mr. and Mrs Forrest MeUin- euphonious than "Hello, Dolly" nnd Mn, Laverne Klen, Greens I
r: and family.: and a lot more heartfelt than bum; Mrs. Vera McAlpIn and Mrs
Miss Kathryn Sylvester of Atlanta : Hello, Lyndon." Anway, "we're Carolyn !Scott, Sneads; Mir Mil- Girl Scout
SHADE TOBACCO has returned home after visiting so glad to have you home again.' tie Michaux, Mn. Mary Parker, I BIG 11X I't PORTRAIT
relatives in Havana and Mrs Mary Frances: Itilnney and Nows
with Mn. Fount May and others I Miss Faye Godwin, all of Krisol -
SPECIAL i Iin Quincy. i iI KEY CLUBby Joseph Samuel' Qiam, J. J
I Mrs. L. L. Willis was guest at a Ftnuff. llmford: Muster John Itln- This week Troop 107 talkedabout
coffee in Tallahassee given by Worker UnrTomorrow ''son, Mn Linda Sue Moore, Ha fur making things for our moth nnlj $100 reg.$ 3.00
Christmas. We had
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her daughter in law, Mn. Ben C I vans; Willie Day, Gretna; MlllsrdlarrlMin mr
Willis and Mrs. Bert Fletcher at Nov. 13, the Qulncy and Mn Marie Smith, hone-shne and said our Girl
; TUNG NUT MEAL the home of the former, Thursday i HIgh School observes Its annuallomecomlng Tallahassee and Mrs. Ruby Ruild, Sce lIIt promise and pledged! our
The party was In honor of recent festivities.In ,Climax, Georgia.BIRTHS Mag. Then we talked shout
things we would need la make ourmcithen' fill "...... .. .
brides, 101 ra. Brent Plchard nll't't'l the parade tomorrow after .11" "{ .
ol Mrs. Willis and Mrs. Douglas noon will be the' Key Club Sweetheart i : MncI Mrs. Larry gifts. b Pk tire her Willie At
DEHYDRATEDCATTLE Daves of Tallahassee.Former i Mist Kay. Sanford who 'lowers' girt Nov. 4; Mr and At the end of our meeting we
went outside In fur
k will be representing us. I Mrs. Alfred Parker boy, Nov. 7; play games
: Resident We would like to encourage all Mr and Mn. Charles Moor, girl, a while.By!. Unds Vlrken CHRISTO'SMon.

' MANURE ''Honored Here tons alumni to, friends come out and and interested help celebrate per !Nov Smith I;boy Mr., Nov.and 8 Mn.and Mr.William and Girl sftermmn Nonut Troop at the IDS first met Thursday freehytertan .. Tuea. & W.d. Nor. 18, 17 18
\ Mn. Everett llilnney, boy, Nov. 9
., Mrs. Don May entertained witha QIIS's IIclIIIl'I'I1I11lnll. Many Qiurch W. have a new QUINCY, FLORIDA
; party Saturday afternoon In students have been working hard girl Susan lUmlllin, who Joined
DOLOMITE honor of Mrs Gene BlakHy, a this week preparing floats for the Education It not to be confused cur trop LIMIT One 1'1llIj. ,aPa fondle
former Qulncy resident. Flowers parade. The football team Inks with a degree from an Institution After our opening ceremony, w. loch Additional Sublet 13."
In autumn colon were at points of to "stomp" Port St. Joe. We "hope learning,, broke tip Into patrols Each patrol
and you will come out tomorrow and
Interest in the living dining
not let Friday the I3lh be unlucky
ALL TYPES rooms.
4 Twelve neighborhood friends of for Qulncy High" ,
t the honoree were guests. Tomorrow night the Key Club
I coffee booth will he selling Itt

FERTILIZERMATERIALS Hope Sunday School coffee regular In paper hot 'I ones pt Instead W* will of also the The man from Globe Life

Class In Monday Meet have tops for the rope to that

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met st the home of Mn. J. W. the stands. will visit you soon in
'Adams Monday night with 13 As one of our projects nf assistance
members present. Mrs James to me school principal
Wells gave the devotional we will be soliciting durations for
The temple of the program was the Junior Red Cross In the school QUINCY FLORIDA AND VICINITY
"Thanksgiving Thoughts" this week The student body Is ,
Following a short business session requested to make contributions
FLETCHER CO., INC. refreshment were served. for this worthy raws,


I 8th Birthday Florida's Weeki Wsrhee Spring, Welcome him.
"We Gadsden'i Source Mrs Frank DeBord entertaineda noted for the daring performancesof .
Largest few of her son Jimmy friends Its mermaids, has a new show,
with whiner roast the occasion 'Alice In W.I rland." The show
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fAY Gerald Gilmer Cusburg TRAPPED, Okla.BY As MOUSE a result "'

phasing a mouse, Mrs Llna Pi
THE Teen-Age Dimes Ion, 75, was trapped for two da;,
H The mouse darted Into a fo) r
I, FARM State Chairman fumance register and Mrs. pi I
B Ion reached down with a stick ,<' ,I
: iVi FRONT got her arm stuck: Two days I la' ,
ere William Gerald Gilmer of Panama her neighbor' became worded aivlrailed
1 J I Qty has been appointed police to investigate. lint
Jotrte iJY DOYLE CONNEROMMISSIONER Slate Chairman for the Teen-Age freed the trapped woman. ,
Program (TAP) of the 1983 March
Ugh O : of Dunes In Florida, Ed Foreman ONE.HALF rtl-IL NEEDED
Sal FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREThe Florida State Director of the voluntary
.
health group, announced Half Moon Bay Calif- Th
today. Tunis School District will hal e

ws most vulnerable situation Young Gilmer, a sophomore at to close one of their schools mi
looP King Cole Super Market In the nation IMS agriculture Cult Coast Junior College, i* the lot they find at least one hall ,I ia
will be t the cattle market.That's I son of Sgt and Mrs.. W. B. Gilmer. pupil. Four ot the pupils mOI i
aMcol the opinion ot Claude '''['he National Foundation.Marchof away leaving only five pupils. \
y.., eLf state law requires that each
Wlckard economics editor of the OJneuranci Dimes program now expandedto
twat Farm Journal, whkh hoi Just la 'I aid victims of crippling birth school average.at least 5.5. stutients .
d4Ja wed Its Fail and Winter report 'defects as well u polio, has attracted The one room school mal
FROSTY MORN SMOKEDPICNICS on tarn developments and pros.peels I t vigorous group of young have to close and merge wiui
In all patti ot the country. volunteers suet as Gerry," Foreman ano'Jier dlatrlcLThe
ErSy "Cattle and calves account fair said. "Their dedication to I
about 20 per cent of the canh Income QUESTION: : I read somewhere the fight against health problems average student lakes ionlong
WIof from farming," write Wick. to be sure, if you buy a term Insurance which afflict so many children to learn too little
ird. "We are going through a policy, that It if "con.I and young adults Is a credit to
build up In beef numbers and Increased : their age and an Inspirationto
veruble
term What is this, how group
slaughter: This baa cut adults.l SEPTIC TANK
beef once sharply."Steer I docs It differ from other kinds
ena I' TAP groups throughout Florida I SERVICEVACUUM
and heifer slaughter will and what would t $ 5OOD policy and the1011111I'I will help to stimulate ,
aw likely, Increase another per cent ot this kind cost me at age 35? I Interest In careers In the I
an M Ed "r In IMS. Three questions will want to cover my mortgage.ANSWER I health professions and to inform i
largely determine what about the Health Careen
happensto I : Convertible term Insurance .'teen-agers
beef prices In IMS-: I Awards offered by many
"1. Will slaughter weights continue Is a policy which can be Chapters of The National Founda, 111
N on the lighter side, i trend exchanged, at the option of the tion-March of Dimes. They also
WHOLE "t' L'4c' started In midyear, 1964; or will policyholder and without evidenceof i plan to take part In a massive I
; > they return to the extremely heavyweights insurability for a permancn program of public education con-
) r that depressed the market plan of Insurance. Most "regular cerning birth defects. TAP members -
W LB. rf severely In the tint half of term Insurance policies are of this, will also help adult volunteer ,
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+ the year? Prospects favor the :convertible type by "regular i with preparations for the I
M ?a r lower weights meaning plans other than reducing 196 March of Dimes. I CLEANED
elq t "2. Will cattlemen reduce the (under which the amount reduces Among his many honors whileat REPAIRED
\ each year automatically) or
ate of build-up In herd size A fey High School In Panama I
lxM sell off would put pressure on credit life Insurance (bought through Qty Gerry was president of the
prices In 1963, but would strengthen lending or credit offices) or student body Exchange Club Boy'; I 627-8403 I I
the Industry for future years. group life insurance (bought of the Year, :Anchor Cub Admiral,1
R Cow slaughter Is up In 1964. so through your shop or office). For
received
C FRESH PORKNECK prospect favor a leveling off In instance, a $25,000 five-year con- varsity Kiwanis letterman Club Scholastic Awardfor then 1 Nights 627-6866
vertible term 35
policy at age
numbers.
t! "3, Will the drought that would cost about {160 a year. Under athlete with the highest ff caverage
and editor' of the'' QUINCYVAULT
was
this policy, which Is for a fiv.
spread from Texas and Louisiana
3 school In addition, he
BONES 5 69 Into Npbl'llRkahI1 year Intensify year term, you could convert has had newspaper.coraWerable experience! CO.
In 1909 and force a reduction In during that period to a permanentfrom and sports 1
ib In radio broadcasting as ,i
of policy, paying the larger
herd size No one can tell Just writer for the local newspaper. VAULTS MONUMENTS
premium for the permanent plan
what might happen of course. the Panama City NewsHerald.The .
The report on Gulf states of the which would apply to the age I MAINLINE DRIVE
FRESH Lower South, east of the Mississippi when you convert It. In most big news does not always QUINCY
I and Including Florida, notes cases, this policy could be renewed make the headlines. I
that "cattlemen blame their for another five years, at the
troubles about as much on themselves slightly hlger premium due five
f as on beef imports," years later. The full $25,000 remains
t }! PIG FEET 5 6ge Says the forecast for this area: In force as long u the I. I
1 Ibs. To sum up, 196S will be a year policy la in force. If you want ,, i k ,e
of Intensive management and decision this for mortgage protection how I
making Major farming ever, you could use a reducing
FRESH changes will hinge on credit availability term policy for the full term of
and any changes in farm the mortgage Such a policy reduces
rograms that may come out of In amount as the mortgage
he election." does and thus the cost would be
The report adds "One of the about SSO less per year. It would
/ PIG TAILS 5 lbs.79c biggest problems faring farmers not, however be convertible to a
t for the coming year Is a growing permanent policy.
labor shortage. As one Delta If you are really Interested In CI
farmer said: "We just can't getenough the permanent policy you might 'tIUMNOU .
dependable labor whileor consider buying right now a '1.on 1.
EARLY RISER SMOKEDSAUSAGE colored, at any price. Our only straight life policy for half the
salvation will be more efficient mortage! amount and putting\ on
machines and weed control chemcals. It a I'IducInlPnn rider of the
." same amount. This would give you
3 89 The importance of pulpwood as In effect! the full mortgage protection
ibs. the South' fastest growing most but start at once on the
widespread cash crop Is stressed permanen policyAt age 35 such a montMtgfmS
by the area editor In this report. :plan: would cost you about $285 jaw a
"Here's a growth crop if ever yearly ( about $10 monthly more like rent
'vt seen one. Ninety per cent of than the regular term policy),
the counties In 13 Southeastern but would develop a cash value
; /state produce pulpwood. In the I for youabout $3,500 at the end
SPAR/UP WUN MENU WlliI /' past 25 years, money paid to pulpwood of 15 years, That Is more than
rowers has doubled. reachIng the total of premiums over the 15
S23 million dollars last year years for the regular term policy
"Sales are expected to triple 'and Jl.inn more than paid In on
I I by the yeir 2000. In AlahAma the straight life reducing term
three new mills will be built A I,plan
nulslana mill Is undergoing a'
lOO-mllllon-dollar/ cxpension '
GOLDt.1'4 rtlPE From other sections of reu nation Positive Protection
: I'
these developments' noted:
Pacific Southwest Equipment I! Against TERMITES! NO MONEY DOWN WI FINANCE 100% EASY TERMS

sales booming as crops have outstanding -1 1I 20 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM SENSIBLY PRICED
year; grazing conditions<
BANANAS lOc excellent I ; lamb producers California1 have 1 When you own your lot fully paid for, you con usually qualify
Ib. best year since 1938; for a new home of your choice financed 100%. Pay for NIke
,
worried about labor' supply; fears I rent.
ot screwwomt build-up causes
worry In Arizona and California j wtn4 All homes are offered completely) finished on the outside and
Pacific Northwest Livestock I os much flniihed on the lniioe as desired, according to how
CRINKLE CUT ceding grows: demand good for I much you want to do yourself.e .
livestock ranches. I
Southwest Fall rains help s a tab.e.d.y M e toe astir.M.t.t aM t.a da.ib, Tw And
985 outlook; machinery sales: .aM e N Mr,rid a MI I.so .
POTATOES 9 Or.Pica. trong; cattlemen seek to cut riittwi-riuTii imii
10eGOLD la ntlshban til/) end
coils; fertilizer sales at new high; fount cI... eMlioVitnU, *Uwif homMor
soybean acreage: increasing; sugar I tdrlnt..ddsr You n..dn't.
I beets a new crop In high plainsof worry ......1 1M.. d.otruelwn./
rer.irtrt or
Kit M you l>*v* your
Texas' and New Mexico iptcl Wolm.rli.o-/ '
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Inter-Mountain States Water, 'ur*Ir.il.d I.
fiuN .... .... protechon.ssm.t ,

MEDAL I shortage to increase lUll a problem; artificial, pesticideuse Insem-1 I .Ih". It!.toimiM".... ..on,..*..ol.nit.*suck KM.dd.!homes l.Yol.. TIII'IIHASSEE.JIMWALn.Cot'OUTlON I .........-+ -.... ... I
aoN a
nation of beet herds on ranges Ih.fli0 tat I -- I
Increases; more hoes In sorghumbelt Writ or Mil M.1 for FLA. I :::.. i
; egg laying flocks larger:; i mil BOOKUT I -

Macaroni 10 more packing houses bring built I 1810 W. Tennessee 81.1 :-. _.. I
or Spaghetti .? where cattle are being fed. See or call year local lumbei : ._....-
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TEN GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QWNCX1. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 198*

Things To Do Key Deer. Everglades weasel alUoalnrt from Russell Marsh to Ronald material adapted to the exposure, Former Resident
mink Everglades kite., llclcher This drive was mustered and plant care are necessary for
!hawk oil, or fade Such animals the first series the Blue Devils the success of your window sill I
And Remember are fully protected by law gained ,, : project Also, for best result In' Receives AwardWilliam
Always look More you shoot Fullback Jack winter, locale the window box!
While HuntingA Aldrich said that there were I way over the on the sunny side of the house I D. Baggett, managerof
many more detailed rules anttsgurations point after and A good soil mixture for houseplants aircraft maintenance at Tampa

Hit of "things to do and remember" that all hunters must I The I Is oorn"o i peat Teach : International, was one of 123 employees
and
follow Summaries of these rulesand came as a moss g
tor Florida hunters was 1 Y' of Eastern Air Lines, who
bushel mix in a half pound
regulations arc available from '
Issued today by A. D. Aldrloh, drector pass .
Game and Fresh WaleFish the office of all county judges. nora In the of complete fertilizer, such u 6-8 received an award for being with
Commission In the 6 or 3.34.It's the company for 25 years.

In the Intern of safety, good RECREATIONNEWS Tigers came out not a good Idea of to grow over Baggett was based In Miami until
three kinds plant
two per
or
sportsmanship and Haying out of The Jaycees window box. You may like to 4-H Club April, 1963, when he was
trouble, hunters should: period hut the consider color combinations too transferred to Tampa and for 23years
Obtain a copy of and !become handled the This could Include blue, pink andwhite New. View has been in a supervisory
familiar wllh the Stale and Federal with ease Bob ; red, white and blue;: red position
hunting rules and regulations. the backfield and yellow; or red with white QtlNCV SENIOR JOINT He and his wife, the former
By Dunn ,JamesMon 6 yard nor and foliage 4H'EKS MEET Christine Owens, were once residents
vines and
Always handle firearms In Jtuch Trailing\ green
a manner that you or other people ., Nov. 2 game results: Exchange Bruce plane go well with all of these. 4H of QuIncy. Their daughter,
6 The Senior Joint
Jr. scored a In Quincy Sandra, is a sophomore at the
art not endangered. Bulldogs 19, Rotary FightIng for 1 extra point Suggested plant for growing coleus Cub was called to order by MaryLoulse University of South Florida. I
Obtain the regular ante hunting Irish 19; Jaycee Tigers 13 window boxes are begonia, -
27 President, at 7:30
tallied/ on a Ray :
license from a county Judge and Chattahoorhoe Yellow Jackets 0. worth was ___ 0 ferns wandering jew, vinco, p.m., November 2. The meeting I
the special hunt area permit In I On Doyle Conner Field the Ex 0- r geraniums, pan lea,, petunia, poe was held at the Canning Centerin Most people who think they have
addition to your regular hunting change Bulldogs came from behind Monday, Nov. : presented by Hal Davis, tulaca, marigolds, nasturtium and the doverleaf Room. Charlotte something Important to say, say I
license before entering any of In the last 1H minutes to] American Legion to Garland Sheets verbenas. Stc/utamlre Devotional Leader, nothing.
the wildlife management areas tie the Fighting Irish 19.19. Exchange : ( ) The check 1s earmarked for Shrub the read the devotion. Eddie Spoonerand -- I
supervised by the Commission. The Irish held a 13.7 (lead at Mghtlng Irish 6, the University of Florida, a This for It transplanting the beginning of trees season and Bob Suber led the pledges to,
Buy a duck stamp and write halfUma on the benefit of 20 and 0. of Dimes Chapter helps shrubs. The first .trpl. selecting the American and 4.H Flags Linda I'm proudto
In Ink fAce of 41 yard runs by Jeff Embry and An), Chairman of the Name
:your name across The American roots and
Glenn lIur l. After hAlftime Rotary U Jackson Beatty, March of healthy plants with good of Mary
before ducks Committee, consisting
stamp hunting or 1964 Midget
the Is to the
g expanded their edge to 19-7 plomhlp. scoring .. Gerel, a March of Dimes tops. The next activity site For prepare bed Louise Ray, Jerome Jenkins and represent
Respect the property of others after Hunt scored on a 32 yard- ter grabbing t Photo by Martin's Studio the planting such a* roses, dig in Douglas Ray, reported on the i
plantings
and always ask permission beooncrossing er, with BID Bass making the extra the Exchange fertilizer name chosen for the Club. They
of complete
4 pounds .
<< fences or hunting on point. Field Monday. decided on the Quincy Senior 4 H
of
private lands. The Exchange! battling all the Wash Sweaters per 100 square yards space hole Joint dub and the members WORLD'S'LARGEST r
The Blue For trees or shrubs, dig a
Plug your shotgun to three.a hei way bounced back with two touchdowns agreed
at will with 9 one-third larger In diameter than
capacity, magazine and chamber In the final period to win Retting Into the Carefully For the plant's roots. Mix a cup of Harold Ray. Secretary, read the
Halfback Re
combined. a moral pace; Corry 2 yards: fertilizer and a generous quantityof minutes of the last meeting and I
the Bulldog attack
Never use full jacketed or mill Campbell soil. Place the they were approved. There were
31 yards; James LifeBeauty peat In the top
tarynrtyle cartridge or .22 calibre scoring all 19 points Campbell from : plant In the hole slightly lower six girls and fifteen boys present
rimflrt cartridges while hunting ran for a 39 yarrter caught pass In the Flu Adult leaders present were Mrs
Crourti, 5 yards than It grew nursery.
or taking deer or bear a pass for a 60 yard TD and went. 46 Wendy : By Alma Warren In around the plant with the coil: Boyd Ray Mrs Marvin Blount,
Always check hunting area for all the way on a H yard pass Interceptlon yards Thomas 5 Lend life and beauty to your peat-fertilizer mixture. When the Mr. and Mrs.. George Powell. I
illegal bait and never shoot birds Judy Mann Mark sweaters by washing them care hole ls half filled, settle the loose! Bernard Clark. Associate County AUTOMOBILE
:
the
ever baited area. In the Corry Field game fully. Given proper: ; care, they will earth with water and repeat the' talked to the club about
Steve Corry Agent
third Jaycee Tigers upset continue to brighten wardrobe
with dog place INSURANCE
Never hunt turkey a your around Christmas
when the and the
awards night
In the Roiary- watering space
and don'. hunt or kill a swimming the strong eleven from Chattahoo- the for years to come Is filled and firmed said there
Corry Field the plant COMPANY
thegame
deer.Never thee 13.6 who went Into with the blanked the By washing sweaters properlyyou Around the base of the plant comes collHe girls from Florida
carry or use a gun with tied tor first place can prevent matting and hold the
basin to
scoring run of form a dish-shaped State University to help plan
a light In the woods or on the Lesion. shrinking Wash them before they water. Mulch the plant with activities for this party.
water at nlibt.Nev.r The Jaycees rame out victorious are badly soiled, says Miss Ella leaves and shade If It Is Ard
Football Linda
straw or and
use artificial light, fire on the strength of a touchdown run. Midget abeth Dickenson clothing and lex. Watering newly set Jimmy Sober shown"Your Joe Williamson
ret trap, snare, poison, salt lick by Johnny Livings and a pass roeptlnn tiles specialist, Florida ARrioil necessary narrated the films
is very importantWith Care for
Wentworth American Legion plants regularly New Home and How to
set guns or live decoys to hunt by Bruce tural Extension Service Before rainfall at a low point at with our 14 W. Washington
tallied the extra Jaycee Tigers It, which helped us
or take game animals or birds. Wentworth also you wash your sweater, make an it Is good
Chattahoochee: this time of year, a 4 H projects
Horn Improvement
Remember not to shoot doe or polnl.Challahoorhf'l'. outline of It on heavy paper or a moisture "
toll
which
,
Idea to conserve Beef Cattle PHONE
lone six pointerwas Rotary and "Showing
fawn deer, rub bear, panther Turkish towel.
I' around citrus trees by keeping and girl who
wants will help the boys
new gooee, Rom goose, bent, picked up,by QuarterbackLarry Work in suds with The weed,
fingersto weeds.
tt Exchange your I down winter plan to have cattle In the Fat Cat- 627.7986
wan, non-game or song birds, Pitts. treat soiled spots. Outline these eradication program also keeps tie Show later. Mrs. Ray and Mr.

Thurs, No 5 frame results! : Searing" Ind,, spots with white thread before ,the noxious pests from using the Clark discussed the most Important
: American Legion Blue Devils 7, D Flore, wetting the sweater. Never soak 'fertilizer you applied to the trees! things I or
Yellow Jackets fl; a Chandler colored sweaters. Wash them I While hoeing around the fruit' The \ adjourned at'
Chattahoochee meeting was
J. Carry quickly and gently by hand, using rees. Inspect them for scale Remember I' 627-7987
Jaycee Tigers 26, Klwanls Horni't 8:40.: The next meeting will be
II I O.In R. Marsh, Am lukewarm water and thick suds don't use oil spray for December 7.
the R. Brannan, Squeeze suds through sweater scale control during cool
opened
1 roe leading afternoon Blue Devils squeaked R. Campbell, Don't rub hard or twist Handle Oil makes moat weathrr'l STATE FARM!
I league by second place Chattahoo- R. Fletcher, wool sweaters gently to prevent ings less resistant to Design of Florida's Turnpike, r"1
fife 7-8 to virtually sew up theMidget B Wentworth shrinkage. ing cold weather. One the Sunshine State Parkway, contributes MUTUAL
e Football ChampionshIp. J.t Livings, : Rinse the sweater thoroughly in to use for scale control during to maximum safety and aurawt eson.aer..wa.t'
The Legion has a two game lead J t, Emhry, lukewarm water and press out as winter Is malathlon 80 percent. reduced wear on brakes transmission Hem O/ne/ : slnemtnatea IIhnoil
: much water as possible. Roll the rate of 3 teaspoons "
the
:2 remainIng emulsion at tires and moving parts
and have only the games Jaycees and sweater in a Turkish towel and per gallon of water. If; of automobiles w
against
knead gently to remove excess necessary followed with a second
Ventry
wlnless Exchange. moisture Unroll and malat ion
Immediately of
done In application
All the scoring was
the first half as the American put the outlined paper or towelon about three weeks later. '
Legion marched the length of the Survival a flat surface and stretch the Don't be too anxious to prune THANK YOU
sweater gently to size. out "dead" wood from your shrubs
field scoring on a 31 yard pass I Staff Sergeant I Dry the sweater quickly In following a cold snap. Cold will

try, son of Mr. front ot a fan or in some airy often defoliate branches without
I Ventry of Quincy place away from the heat. Brush ,killing the wood. If you rut out FOR YOUR VOTE
RUSTOLEUMlSTOPS I the rigorous U. angoras or other fleecy type ,wood soon after a cold spell you
I vival and special I sweaters when completely dry to might discover that you have cutout
conducted by fluff up the nap. live wood. So let the shears and SUPPORT DURING MY
Command at slay In the shed! until you're sure
| Sergeant Vrntr GARDENINGIN of the exact extent of cold dam
fueling operator, WRITE IN CAMPAIGNFOR
41? RUST I type escape and Dart spare the water during the
4 to enable him FLORIDA winter months. Remember that
adverse climatic plants suffering from lack of water SHERIFF

"I new iulln4 what i BIO Available In hostile By Hervejr Sharpe, Editor may not survive the double suffering .
dllToraiM*good ....'In. mad. In The sergeant of cold and drought.No .

l my my.ippmrinM...nn !IOM wn until h OM I corrected wonderful All Colors to Which a unit supports at Florida Agricultural Service Extetwlon : ( matter how much money JEWEL JEROME DIXIE
.
!> Ctltbrlly/ Htirlnf shpt'r;
1 Command men make they always want to
MlMMt No mom wrtnklei, It you like to stare at neighbors
frowni and nirtouiiMi from AVAILABLE IN ..nations in casual make more.
WnUnlni to mr.* bombers a way try planting I Learn to think for yourself, only
and
CANS jet shpt'n flowers In window boxes (Paid Political Adv.)
ALL SIZE
I The sergeant ,then will you be able to live as a
R. C Paulk. A Laboratory Greensboro High This way you can gaze and get real human being. It
Trained Hearing Aid Consultant AND I subjects for choice gossip while -
and owner of MAICO 1IKARINQ SPRAY CANSGuaranteed Is the former taking, or faking care of the
AID SERVICE Albany, lowers
Ga. win be in Quincy, Ha., to RLRHURGE: Constructing. window boxes can Kick off the fun with new
Monday, Nov. 16th at MASSY STOP RUSTI be a do-it yourself project How
URDUS, 10S W. Jefferson St. About half ever, if a hammer In your hand
Would you like to hear and I United States becomes a mkguided missile and
understand much bettor In LARSENLUMBER will be subjected tends to hit the wrong nail, then
crowds, church, home and on cent Import it s best to hire a local handyman
TVT Meet him here, H him Prime Minister to do the Job lie can install a
teat your hearing and show you CO. government li window box In short order.A .
how this can be done with a action to curb I good soil mixture, planting CHEVRONthe
Make hearing aid. No obliga P" "ue 627-7276 I and boost
lion. Give your parents a Mainline Drive I levy covers all
Hearing Aid for Christmas food raw 9Wo
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Pears 3 "I: S1 KIND
< An Incumheni president who
r ::' ,-. hat $100 Mllkm to>> spend the
y
Rtu ? J9f THRIFTY MAID LIMA tl S New & World Report dry
l> ohwrved prior lo the ..h'f i Ji\
Beans 6' aS1 hu R lot going for him A tote
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::!I': i .+ REGULAR ]1. LIBBY TOMATO
: would III' Uk. takllll a Ihot at s..fto
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,; : ::% + ,4 / Santa actually never
I S J. 4" 51 had that amount of 'Inflated ranhtn
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... flmpmnf. but the old touliM
:: fiii M _.... iU Jolly
RlG l/29 VAN CAMP PORK AND she' run for t' president If
'b 100 v really believe In giving torn

: GOOD WHOLE\ WHAT k Beans 8 Ctm s1 tiling wyer tn everyon who food Not the even bina the

Biscuits 6clnl3 RCu JA4S CARNATION fVAPDRMEU overlooked for aftrr .11) h* cot Mala
91 :
cut
Milk. 8 1 Th* tiny rational ft an this,
REG. 49t TARNOW SLICED c- H that money talk, and It li hArdto
.heal, 'that kind of ai-Il In thevilegeltkl
U-oL REGULAR )9< LIBBY CORNED 8m
Bologna -: 39x Small Whole I6 taken our wealth buiineu.m much llax* Jorlt1'IUI.fItI we
Hash 3 : s1 .
that "e haw becom (csl l lInut
KRAFT PHILADELPHIA BRAND CREAM abmit the "kki public misuse:
Smoked PICNICS I I RfuULAR 43< KLEENEXTowels nf it* W'* mjoi roaring pro,

Cheese '-<. Pkg. 29xJUNNYLANO 3 PockiV4 TIP s1 thinking"" "Iy. but matrrtaliiln hail ''I I made to pngronIn ut un

In living II up that we rare
FRESH PO ICSausage Mlhllll of prolrrtlng the future
4 Sunnyland Picnics make wonderful
(or our rhlldrm'No
">. 3 9/ meals and tasty I. -overs at budget
pleasing prices. High in nutrition OSwn-mM Umllinur
Aff' IW' 11ft India.rlmhrte" wit"
FREE, 1 Cm CRACKIN' GOOD B,*uiti with SUBERS Small 5 to 7 lb. whole, close trim 29 wmiih !that we rmh thoot trying

1B. med and lean. Slow steeped over In .rftllk-al. pmrrty both
Sausage 3 $1 r stood and at hnnt*. CM'tb1ll.
lAG hickory coals
to penetrate right to QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Ing the nrlnnu rffmtj at drpotIo
CHEFS DELIGHT CHEESE the heart of the delicious pink PRICE GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 12TH Army imrrmnml that pr.9h
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uN dfwlop' Senator Ftrom TTur
Food LO"P. mood haw remarked Iliat what theMmtn''I'II"nn
2 491meat.
Lb. Boat might In dn It one
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what run he dune iI in ill own '....
PILLSBURY OR BALLARD CANNED W.D BRAND SIRLOIN eminent tl' tiuliHid It rait
tars t II hlllinn, Inrrmiariilliig
ib I 59c
Biscuits Chops ... ny P bllllim ovtr hut
? yntr, and mullroin In p.oJ1:1 IIIhlllinn
Steak. 98 In Inlrmrt nn the Ml.1
Lb. ; RUULAR''' THRIFTY MAID linn nstl nnalMM, all of which
WI. (III" 'Is I1IIIV1v1't1.
It wmild help. "thpirfinv tn hAve
SUPERBRAND W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND Catsup19/ a nallorMl Icadcnhlp/ In the Whoa
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Grade "A" Medium fANCY LONG TRAIN In tiinxlng, i>ff the llglili ,In tits

Steak Lb. 88 ji 'RicRl3: rwntive'\.llnlnl"'rall' _,"' Inti.chit' Allhmigh 1H'GI1tICn.tile.b

O 3 KG 39? Wallrr Ili-llw; dmcrlhwi nr Hit
EGG S <>rononilp polity tt no. nf (Hutrntinn -
W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND RljULAR 49* CRACKIN GOOD Its f...,. .Imheat' this ItrKinmint"
II In the utrfina.In .
an nifty it ....-Milil. th* raernmmtt >
Dixie Pies 3 :::1Rta uteri new program klm
I 88 If tft whit dirty' "llItttl tt>o
loa 5 Lb. 2 79 Vt DIXIE DARLING BROWN N SERA ,the" tMtlimal pump nenta !nn 01101.
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100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON '85 GROUND Rolls. 2 Pk2; et.gs... 49? aftrr linun anoihrrHpnndliig.tn plan. animal drM'Ite'mete


FRESH FLORIDA REGULAR 4 9t CHOCOLATE SWISS A Kay *f IJMII
ALL WHITE Beef 5 l $195 rrqiUrri alloy huclid* of

PKG Cake Roll 39 |>'aup| Just that lo Hit are|!M>rmhnrk4 a.'I1.|rt andpmgranM ftnrlabnral

plant to put hnrivnitdnllaii

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Inlrrtl numry nr iHwrxlonlhir
a pny d1l't'k in others"h/ are
I PAN IIEOI FROZEN BREADED .. .
fHllttg giivpminrnl Ainla a Vt /
i Shrimp 2 lb.Pkg.. $179 I siring' rash It .....I.hll.11. ivlalnlng
the salty ]*>, Utop 'it
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i ASTOR Of LIBBY FROZEN G-wn lit fnk.ral tufndrt It tlntnut l lIKKillile r
ow llu>y are rillillh t. t
jPeas..5K0,. 1. What Its anil"nivfrly pMnrtin' ( :.U
lit rallnd when .wrY"" Mac *
I ASTOR CHOPPED OR LEAF rallhy hat mil been rwra' d.
: QEPOUTH. : But you ran tonsil iti ate fhm' ,tpullliit
7 / Spinach 5 P10 if: I. ; :: h favor Hi I nmllmwni I
ti-hinl 1 wluih "
| DIXIANA Froitfl Wholt Baby MAYONNAISE That II Iht
II">,vn In rnruurNiiUui UK n.! 1
Okra 510-01. S1 that government urn kr<'pail PIUUH
S 'it' Inc lII.thfI h hrnrHIl In Onter lanerprtiiat >>
i | ASTOR FROZFNBroccoli ,, '* In* ruling rlliru, tint I
ASTOR ASTOR MAXWELL HOUSE 5 5t ;BLUE or WHITE ARROWDETERGENT ; DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE i' HELLMANN'SMAYONNAISE Inrniiiln'" fur powrr, Ihfl, Now Iwal'
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COFFEE INST. COFFEE ; INST. COFFEE ] DIXIANA FROZEN BLACKEY* i 's .rln-t Immnrallly In fvrr Imrrailng
Reg 771 1 1-Lb Can Reg. $129 10-oz Jar Reg. $175 10-oz, Jar Peas 510-01. $1. : Reg 59i Giont Box Reg 53 Reg 67< Ouart Jar niyth vlMH tn of tnyont InrKhauillMt not hll"feikral, '"il hy (lmirm h'*<

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Jackson Heights C-P High Salem Elem. Antioch M B Lunchroom LAST RITES HELD Birthday Party i Here and ThereA

FOR SWEET INFANT Marsha LaKaye Jackson was delicious dinner was prepared .
Recreation NewsBy School NewsBy School NewsThe Church News Menus honored with a birthday party I by Mrs. Clara Cloud for Mr*.
Graveside rite for little, Willie John Hopkins and her three
timothy Lane tenors Stephen and primary grade teacher Antioch Missionary Baptist MONDAY NOVEMBER II Smart Jr., was conducted November Sunday Nov. 1, 1964 Given by herparent .daughter from Washington DC
Moll Banks were hostesses at the first professional Church will worship at St. Paul Spaghetti With Cheese and Mr. and Mrs, Clarence The family enjoyed a menu of
MIDGET: FOOTBALL Second six week examination meeting at Salem. The Primitive Baptist Church Sunday, Meat Sauce 6, Wednesday in the Green. Jackson Sixty two children en- Fried Chicken, Potato Salad,
Thursday Nov 8th game resuits were given Tuesday Some students topic for discussion was 'Health 2 p.m. In behalf of Rev, Sam Cole Slaw shade Cemetery, with a local minister joyed Ice Cream, Cookie, Candy Bean, Hot Biscuit and Coffee.
: ,')imm. and Jackson Lions wonder if they have panned and Sanitation" led by the guest Scott, minister at St. Paul Th String Bean with Butter In charge The Infant died at and Chewing Gum. Each child" Mr, Cora Hopkins\ wa the houseguest
T. Businessmen Wildcat 6; Syke while the wister one have no fear speaker, Mr. Urusiil William. Pastor urge all officer, mem Enriched Bread home, 4 a.m. Tuesday, November enjoyed a pony ride on "Micke)' i .
Jacket or doubt about their gradei. The object of the meeting was to ber and enjoyable time was had by
Tiger 18, Betsey Yellow friends to attend. The Pink apple Upside Down Cake 5, following a brief Illness. The alLAn I
0. Wednesday activity period was find way In which the school can choir will accompany. Circle To MeetThe
Monday, Nov. 9th game results: held and students went to their help In solving many health problems Rev. Nehemlah Bowers will be TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 survivor are: Willie Sweet, Sr.,
Business Wildcats 8, Betsey Yellow various clubs and organizations. In the community The the guest speaker at Evanglln' Roast Beet with Gravy father, Mrs. Made Sweet, mother Interama, the Inter-American Iris' Garden Circle will meet
Misses Elane Beatrice and Pat- Cultural and Trade Center planned Friday, 7:30: p.m. November 12.,
Jacket 8, Sykc TIgers 6, Friday night Carter Parramore highlight of the our Temple Church of God, Sunday Mashed Potatoes
tlmms and Jackson Lions 6. Lions true FAMU High learning to make erI:1 bath 1 4:30: p.m. The official staff, memo, Lettuce and Tomato Salad rica Ann Smart, sister, Undell for Miami, "is 1 now a containty at the home ot Mr*. Annie .U
Gill
In Thursday afternoon' doubleheader Baby To crystals. Refreshment were wtved hers, and friends are request to Rolled Wheat Rolls and Butler and Danny Jerome Sweet brother according to Rep Claude Houston The President Mrs.attend.SECRETS .
midget football game, our regret, the Baby Rattlers were by the boatman, attend. Apple Betty *. Pepper lam urge all member to
Slmmi and Jackson edged out the victorious; however, the Lions did The second period! of school ha Evening worship will commence Milk
Businessmen Wildcat 7-6. roar. The Student Council arranged ended with the following students 6 pm. The Y.W.A. will meet WEDNESDAY IS
Early In the second quarter for Interested student to journey making the honor roll: Sunday 4:30 p.m. All member Creole Uver Junior Foods FashionedFor l
Klmms and Jackson Joseph to Tallahassee to lee the Second Grade: Mary Battle, are urged to attend. SUpt. Part- Steamed Rice @
Bradshaw raced 45 yard to core, game. More than 100 students Willie Battle, Debra Bass, Joyce hell Galney announce that Sun Turnip Green
with Roy Phillips going over for spectators went along. Chaprr- Bradwell, Joyce Bivlns, Rutha day School will commence 9:30: a. Corn Bread with Butter "In-Between" Agersand
the PAT. ones Included Mrs. H. B. O'Rour- Mae Chestnut, \Harry Dan Cope. m. All teacher and pupil are Peach Cobbler :
In the closed minute ot the ke, Mr. W. Caldwcll, and Mr land, Melvin Gilliam, Alice Faye, ask to report on time. Milk !","" ,';" ...,:7" T. "7. .....,
a d Gaymon put the S. W. BrIlle)'. \Ilurrell, Rhonda .. llollli/ Rand The morning worship service TlllRHDAY, NOVEMBER: II 'Y' ., ; ly STEVE ALUNNnttf
Wildcats: on the Koreboard witha Saturday morning the march. olph lloppkins/ Arthur King, Wayne will begin at 11 am. Choir No. Oven Fried\ Fish .
35 yard run around left end. A log C-P. band under the directIon T. Madry Joe Lewis Perryman 2 and under board 2 will serve .1 Whole Kernel Corn "M COT A SECRCT
of Mr. R. Miller Levara James, Betty ferryman ) IIID11d.,5151115, CM TV
pas failed on the PAT, which wu motored to both morning and evening service Steamed CabbageCorn :
the difference In the ball game Tallahassee and participated In Willie Frey Seyroore. Brenda *. Bread r
la the 6:45 game the SykesTigers Florida AM University/ annual SJiipman Right Lee Thomas, Jef- Saturday, 4 p.m. the number Bread Pudding with Leon I hare no Idea whybut etrtslnwords
hut out the tought Betsey homecoming parade. The marching fery Woods. 2 usher board will rehear at the Sauce : like
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Yellow Jacket 11-0. Lions wore their new band Third Grade: Annie Mae Ash, church. Mr*. Katie M. Thomas Milk L- ; double-talk. Brjn Mawr, for In.
Leslie Samuel opened up the uniform Linda M, Baker, Wanda Ford Supervisor In charge. Thursday FRIDAY, NOVEMBER: SO I / stance. And Cro>'den. And tsn
rorlng early In the first,quarter This week the Library and Eng Vernonlca Cause, Gaylyn Gunn, 4:30: p.m. Miss Dorothy Dargrn School'. Choice I :, fr>' Ismeunt. And ern I". And
on a 7 yard run. Jimmy Thomas Hah Deportment are sponsoring a James K, Gunn, Annie R. Jackson will\ entertain member and visit ; storm drain.And plethora.There
and Edward Robinson added one Book moe.Fair here at Carter-Parrs- Oult M. Jackson, Charles) Oliver on of the Sunshine auxiliary. St. James Church Is plethora of crevices in the
TD each In the third quarter to Mary A. Wllllami. Ilr)n Mawr storm drain it the
end the scoring All three LP run chase good book for their child Fourth Grade: Ernest Gunn. I v 4 ('ro,de", which is tantamountto
failed, ren at this book sale. The fur- Betty R Peterson Lions Suffer Lists Calendar the hyperbole In Llewellyn'
In Monday afternoon' doubleheader pole of this Book Fair I* to promote Fifth Grade: Hazel Clara redundant memorandum en the
Midget football game, both good reading and good read- Brown Deborah L- Caller, Jan- Thursday evening 8 p.m. Weekly \\lldorfdebscle.am .
First DefeatThe
fame ended In a 6-6 tie. Ing habit. Ice Manle Humber. prayer service will be held. Rev .
In the first lame Businessmen Amerkan Education Week I* Sixth Grade: Sylvia Brown, 0, M. Bridges in charge. An Invitation // you ever thought, ft Harold Gaymon put the Wildcats being observed In our school this Johnnie McClalr; Rodgers Ship. Carter.Parramore Lion suf Is extended to all members imp a coNveriation Better' ** (ufortigntn "
In the lead early In the first per.Lod week. One of the highlight of the man, Laura Turner, feted It* first defeat by the score to attend.Thursday that tktu tpotct
with a 30 yard run around observance will be Open House I Seventh Grade: James Clark :.ffl-6. to Florida A and M University 7 the Senior Missionary more rapidly than lit dot Well,
II right end. The PAT run failed. I Thursday, November 12, 1964. The, Gloria Doyle, Jeanette Uunn. High, 'Baby Rattler" The p.m.will Its rehearsal. ri r you wore wrong. TAe rescue
Betsey even thing up with schedule I II a* follow: 10:00 a, Betty Hollii, ROM Hogan, HenryJ. loss elemlnated the blue and white choir stage urged to be i tint ,misroneepdoH M popular/ i*
seconds remained In the game on m. to 3:30: p m. } 6:00: p.m. to 7:55' Jackson, Rosle Mason, Annette cladded Lions from the top positIon All member are fiat we hear our own langiiafi
a 45 yard pas play from QB J. p.m. A general assembly will be Oliver, Barbara Parker, Marilyn of the Big "9" North Conference >resent.' a lit words and tcntenre, white/
Steven to end Charles William.. held at I 00 p.m. at which time Smith. standings.The Supt. Jullous Davis announce /oreiff language falll/ on out
A pans talded on the PAT try. Induction ceremonies will take' Eighth Grade: Bobble Nell FAMU team played the that Sunday School will begin .1 o tun in the forms tf separate
/II In the nightcap, Simms and place for new members of the Baker Patricia A. Boyd, Robbie role of "spoilers" to the leader 9:45: a.m. All teacher and pupil h IYeay'Rs /1Ia61/,. or loiindi.
Jackson Lion outplayed the Syke Annie Kent ,Stevens Chapter of the" Sue Carter, Mary Jane Gunn, The Lincoln High Terrier of are asked to report on time. e .
Tiger but had to settle for a 64 National Honor Society All parents Susie Neal, Dorothy Riles, Bren- Gainesville was eliminated u The morning worship service The more I think of the lyric
tie SI mm* and Jackson took the relative and friends are da Roberts leaders of the conference, two will commence at 11 a.m. Rev. A. --A. that roes, "/ May Bi llrontr.
lead early In the first period when urged to visit the school week prior in their Homecoming R. Mc-Glockton in charge ISuttnink IOK>( Honrfcru,4the /
halfback Roosevelt Watson caught District Swine g.a ne. The C.-P. Lion were defeated Mr*. 0. M. Bridge will enter- more it sound like an *w.
t J. Bradshaw pass and race 65 two day before the announcement tam s at home member and friend H hardly seems possible, but provided an important fully backhanded. compliment.
yard to pay dirt The EP run Services Set At was recleved by one of Stewardess Board One many table hit an awkward bridge between the trained
(ailed The Lion had several Show Held of the stale leading papers Evening worship will commence age by the tim they are one foods and adult food cut into ]Much of the mischief and non
other opportunity to score but Arnette Chapel The Carter-Parramore "; Lions p.m. Sunday, year old. This does not refer to small pieces lens in current polities .re
fall to do to. I Gndwlcn County 4-H Boy will\'have to watch for the resultsof Offical Board meet Monday at their physical dexterity but to Junior foods now account for traceable not to malice but, to a,
of the 18 I those nearly half of the more than clumsy me of labels. And even
In the closing minute the p.m.CP heir food potential -
Superintendent Joseph Long Sr., Judging team plan fourth at the following game over the 115 baby food varieties In tbs when libels used correctly
Alvin Hollo- table who are too for are ,
third period Sykc mnounies that School District 4-H Club and Youth week end and later. The LincolnPennacola young Gerber line.
nan evened thing up with a 4 commence S:30 Sunday a m. All teachers will Show. The team composed of liar winner. (If Pensacola PTA Meet steak and too old for strained Even after toddler are eat. they tell very. little. about. a man.
yard run around left end. A pass and pupils are asked to old) Jackson, Charles Alexander defeat Lincoln) It will\ changethe tpinach. ing lamb chop and roast
failed on the PAT try. report on Only a few year after com. / do not think w. caw eves
and
time. Randolph Hlnson, trailed, Jefferson Handing The results would ThursdayCarter chicken, hr'e mealtimes
MIDGET FOOTBAI 1TANDINO The morning worship will begin 4-H, Jasper NFA and probably plate Lincoln and C.-P. Set menially prepared trained when it Is better for the grow icivei begin to think ef tailing our
Won Lost Tied vegetables and f ruit*were being i the hot tamalesor I a audited people 10 huff
Hamilton County, '-11. Charles je for the conference standing ingchild to skip
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gyke. Tiger 3 0 1Betsey be In a chsrge.!m. He will H. Hunter be slsted I will !Alexander Gadsden 4.H also) was The Baby Rattlers dominated .Parramore P.T A. will accepted widely in baby feed chill. High Meat Dinners or of many tuitdingi of our large hotels" aniltffict
Yel. Jacket 1 1 2 Reverends one of the four high point makers the[ entire first half received the hold Its regular meeting Thurs lag, the gap between the some of the other meal-ln-ons hail no thir
by W. A. tctntk
1 1 :2 ; Campbell Pre trained food and regular table Junior products by Gerber fill floor
Slmms-Jackson 19 7:30
and Carrie Jackson The senior among 4 H teami kick off, an after a series of day November p.m. .
Business WCats 0 I 1 choir and tuner board will James Gallon, Jefferson County down, apprent big Ion by. sident V. D. Kelly, presiding. On tare became apparent to the bill-o-fare easily and keep
MURING LEADER throughout the day. Rev. Hunter serve HI youth showed a 200 pound would be Lion tackle, the ball the agenda for the evening Is com- mother trying to manage the the toddler's digestive system People love to criticize cur.
in good order.The rently popular like
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J. Thomas Sykes Duroc barrow, which captured the carrier ran for approximately 80 pletion of planning for the annual xinnition. long
will bring the and
morning fruit and
21 evenIng After intensive productionand Junior pud. "Bni In My E.n" and
E. Robinson, Syke Chairman L. R.
Carnival.
championship title. Ills brother yard before he wa oven taken .TA. "
The Junior Missionary make dessert
12 mesiaxcs. consumer research Gerber dings a delightful "Drag City, but they should remember
C. William, BeteyL. ,Washington placed! second for the A few play later, fullback Evan urge all project leader to
will
12 Society meet at the Products Co.introduced several long after a toddler is through that every age has It*
Samuel, Syke of Reserve championship honors His Johnson scored Another tally was come prepared to make a progress foods. And
12 home Mr and Mr R. L. Evans varieties In a junior or minced baby many grown nonsense lyric "Dig Dig
H Gaymon, Businessmen 7 3 p.m Mrs. Evans Is supervisor.Mr. .. Duroc weighed in at 205 and was added before half time. Fumbles report texture. The coarser particle ups prefer the Junior fruits orpuddings Doo" and "Meet Miss Mumbo
R. Phillips Slmms-Jackson I and Mrs. Edd Alexanderwill bought by the Montlcello Uve played a major roll In the defeat President Kelly Inform, that size of these. food prompted is a not-too-swect Jumbo Jlj-ji-boo J. O'Shea"weren't
M Farmer, Betsey I entertain at home membersand Stock and Auction Market at 18ca Earl Murry made the lone TD Books are on sale Progras of table into a chewing action sauce for ice cream. exactly the preamble ta
A. Hollnman, Sykes ( visitor of Stewardess Board pound. The grand champion was for the Lions. He also gained 81 Negro Schools In Florida" by D the Constitution.
J. Bradshaw Slmms-Jackson e One, 1 p.m Sunday bought by Moorman Feed Company yards form scrimmage. I E. Wllllami, leader In the Held of .
R. Watson, Slmms-Jackscm Evening worship will commence also of Montlcello at 20c a The Lions suffered Injuries education. This benefit project I I. Every time my cir I I. wished,
6:30; pm, pound.A which Included Caver Davis Em- being sponsored by the Carter- I hv the Illy*)** it ruse
Gadsden 4-H On the agenda Monday 6:JO p total of 83 entries wa shownby mitts Tribue and Elton Davis. arramore P.T.A smoother and filter.
the following 4 H NFA A complete report of all art!. for the
m during the Sunday School or members The gamp marked the end for Special Holidays
Board Meeting Organization of from respective pial"' .. Jefferson Jfi seniors, Inc'hiding, Hardy Jai'k- vlties will be given In next weeks
Corn ExhibitThe the School will he held. 4'H, 2ft, Greenville NFA. 5. son, Cavern Davis, Emmitt Trl- issue of the Times r
Offlcal Board meets Tuesday Jefferson NFA, 14 Madison, 411.U >ue, Alfred Johnson Just to men-
Slae 4-H Corn Show wasrecently 7 p m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Jasper NFA, 2, Gadsden 4.11 kin a few The JV* will journey Last Rites Held
held at Tallahassee' 8:30 p'm" Junior choir rehearsal, 3, Madison NFA, 4, Leon 41!,6 to Monlloello Friday night. IT'SUPTOVCUBy
North Florida Fair. Twenty.five Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Senior choir and Hamilton 411.1 8. I Mrs. I
For HogueFuneral
entries were exhibited which re- rehearsal, Thursday, T p.m.
lUlled In 6 blue, 9 red and 10 Saint Stevens BRYANT INFANT services for Mr*. Leols Iloitard E Ktnhntr,LJI.D
white ribbon Ribbon winner areas DIES THURSDAY held from the St. Paul
How was
Hospital Report
follow! Blue J. D. George; I Church NewsMen's I Primitive Baptist Church Sunday j

William Bradwell; Willie Banks, Admlukm Nov. 3, throughNov. I Graveside rile for Infant, 3 p.m. November 8. Rev. H Cooper Indonesia and Communism"
John: Smith; Caton. Alkln and 9, 1964 (Dates Inclusive) Day at !SI Steven Primitive Sylvia L. Bryant wa conducted pastor In charge. She died at
Slnnle"I Cards Red James Davis COLORED I Baptist Church I II tinted from Smith Cemetery. Rev!home, 12:30: p.m. November 3, PRESIDENT Sukirno'i'T tin
; John Smith; Willis Banks; Charley Dllworth, Mamie for the third Sunday, November Johnny Garrett, minister In olloiving an extended Illness A If two *
Harold Jackson; Robert West: Peoples, Marilyn Jackson Hattie I 15, I'M! Morning irrvlce beginsat charge The child punned at home, native of Florida the deceased resided government of Indonesia ha*
William Bradwell. Clarence Loe Marshall, Janle Mae House, 11:30: pm with lie Rev Sam Shllor Community, Thursday November In Gadsden County for several bun tnllklnr
()'orge. White Robert West; Jim Watson, Betty Jean Clark, ,Mann. PI''aldlnllmmPdlately fol- 7, 7 ..m., following year She joined St. Paul Primitive both the United
Jerry Bradwell\ ; Daryl I Grlce;; Alton David Drayton, Vsllerle owing morning service the men brief Illness Sylvia Is survived by: Baptist Church shortly after States and Cora I
Stanley Cards; Robert Smith t ; Denise Karri, Marlnda Vickers will get underway with their Mr, Charles Bryant, father, Mr.. moving to Gretna. mualst bio
demon Sander; Johnny George; Quincy; Alice Baker Gretna, .evening services Beginning at lara L Bryant mother Mimes She Is survived by Mr. J. W countries for all 3I
Robert Smith. Stanley Cards Horace\ Mcflrny: Chattahoochee. ..3:00: octcMk. Refreshment "11I11I'1 (oseme, Mrlonese and Gale R. logue, husband and other relatves It could get.
placed second In the State for I Sine 1 /52 our
BIRTHS served Pleas come out and helpus ,Bryant, sisters Charles Bryant Interment was held In the American for.
(Leon rand Reserve Champion with Charles and Betty Jean Clark In our struggle, Everyone Is IJr., brother Betsey Funeral ,St. Paul Cemetery Slmnn-Jaik- elms aid -
County taking flral. program
Roy November T. welcome to attend .! In charge: '.son FUneral Home In charge. I has rivenukarno
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A* the holidays approach, pumpkin pie i* again on the menu. million in erGo
It th* ret of your requires ones time, you'll love this no- sonic and military
bake Bllinc in a r.dni shell.I Just a few minutes for the piecrust h.lp.ln the
made from the mix and :you can lv the oven to the ear which .
orkcjT. ender June 80, Dr. Anta
IS FOR A pumpkin chiffon pie I I.such a pleasant enanw...It'110 light 162, Indonesia
and delicious that guests will most certainly find room for it received 1121 million worth of
after the biff lour* fluffy filling nestled in tender and flaky U.S. iconomle l aid 75 per cent
pie 1 emit will bring rounds of applause for the hottest youl! of which wi food; cotton, and

riMPMN nilFKVt PIE tobacco President Sukarn less
PT Makn .int publicly derided American as
ON pi.Ott..Aall
PRINTING. sistsnc On the other hind, h*
10 .. Jlk,. (I cop) 1 cup firmly-packed brown openly' graters the Soviet Union
flair Pit Crest Aft* sugarS and Communist bloe, countries
ta6/Hpeo"e/ cold wafer M/ teaspoon pumpkin pie for aid to his Socialist fortrnment -

1 enrtlop U Tb p,) M/ eups'woked pumpUn Sukarno. shows his true colors
unflavored gelatine 2 n yolks| when he praises Communist aid
1.1/1 raps milk 2 erg whites and acorns American aid. H*
Dun salt docs not deceive the American I
For crust follow package direction for making a single crust p"opl*. W* know that two of
LETTER PRESSand -inch pie. Bake in jrth.aUd hot CT.B (4iT.) 19 to 12 mmt Indonnia'i Commnnlit/ Pirtrleadtn.
">*. Cool. Chairman D. N Aldlt
For filling often ttlatin In milk la saucepan Stir in S/4 cup and First Deputy II. IL Lake
of! the lunr, pumpkin pie spice and pumpkin. Cook over medium man enjoy the rink of mialsur
heat until mixture I boil, about i minute i Add email amount of in his tats Advisory CoundUW
hot mixture to slightly beaten egg yolks: add to pumpkin. Cook know that Communist Party
an additional I minutes,stirring frequently. Cool Beat en whites member occupy itriUfie ]mUtioni
and salt together until foamy. Add remaining 1/4 cup brawn throughout the Indonesia
sugar, a tablespoon at a time, beating until meringue Is stiff and 1O"'n'We know that those
OMJT. Fold pumpkin mixture Into wrinrtM. Pour into baked Commanist leaders, backed by
helL Refriprau until ..,. Garnish with.lwed foisted time***. sit mlllioa Party members t.Indoneel. .
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barrio farther and fartfttr t*
the left When the Bamboo Car
Oats Is towered. It will shut out
100 million Indoanians, and *.
American equipped army ef 140OC4. ..
Literature Leller Heads t = That I I. the extent to which
t w* have bn strenrthrnfnr ear
Communiit enemies in Indonesia.
Indonesia like ether eenatrle
Business
FarmsGii1I.o lsi mends la b* neutral a* loaf as
it ran profit kr ear wealth. )tie
eutr. was folly U eoatlsae

I Tags and Labels wntlir itrvncuira ese Communist rsirc eountrle t*

whose chief aim I* ear dntrae.
lion 1

Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service Z 1 i d1

leaned 6..w. C_........e.
w t /M, Sea u'. *. Cars atawy
627-7649 i Jae. 7Nw v.1'.restsHousehold

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STAIUGHT UOmiNO-Tll n." Army hM entered IttO at

I GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES UMM ......-.-. show mounted M a rifle They -,. Hint
ally *tarf gM and MooBBgM instead of _*g (*oJ tested ray, wbxk tsa W drcted by th* boa Weight 6 to*. r- dariog egg half whet.

sad MJt kUck. These M. the
IS South Madison Street light poruoai for wtln, dare
sacks. the Mack for JUkt




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CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUtXCY. fWlU!!>A. THURSDAY, NOVEMBCT II "nl '_ PAriC.T11f1TF; Jli


a 'I"'"I tin entered halt you iOTI1I
WITNEM m>. hand and ae
I lof said I'ourt at Oulnny, 0..... ADVERT1 EUENT FOR Pin
ADS ABC .ln 0<011.1'. Florida this !' day found blda will ". .rorrltoilth 1.
CLASSIFIED II .., No..tmbr. A. I>. I.... orflro/ of the Olty "' ....a.t I
(8SAU: of the city of Ouln., at Ih. ,',H,,
Hall In Qulncr. Kloriln "i.,c< 1y
FENCE ll7il"of a'd Court 1 I rkPM ai.rn Ill:.n I..4 EAM'1)
. ,,' *' NOT II. II 81. P**. I 4'.1NOTIC'II Tim, on t". llth day "f 101 -n 1
.j bar, 1M4. for tha torminalarlng a I Iromp..U.n
) \ TO CRIDITORIFUHIIDA of ..b.r.". .lid Io!
,\ BTATtTMIn forming oompacll mid
: INDUSTRIESNO I of all Inch sss1--c '
; IFORRENTRBMTI I 1A the Oidaden Court County.el Ik* Florida.In County. bane : rata. portions ..7 .

Judg tarn atr..ta In aald ("In ln\ ,<
Probate.No. approslmataly Ik.00(1 "uayarda >"
IMI 1
"II 0" tnro* b.dnomr In rot Katat of e
laid bid. will ba publicly' .nah
.
I
l tor 11111. .0. NIILLlID Y. WZLL.laDoreaaad. .4 and rood by the Cur Maa.rr
0ema tor "' .. p.r aoall' ot tha City ol Qultior I ,->r I Ma - -rW UI. and ParaonaHaNlnc
.... 1100' To All Crodllor
to pelt.h.d aald
at off!' i' 1

KVnT.nTaV-f" all.ua and.8 all Fl*>Mod..a.. MONEY i .Clams ald Sa..or... DanutndaAgalnat unlock PM. It a.torn laidTlma I
on Ih. llth dnr ?< \ '\
Bl ......,., FinFkona HI a 71' Yea and. oaoh of you are h.ra- bar I'll. I'ropoaal fount plannend '
1 o> HI I Illl by notltl.d and raaulrad ta praini .pacitleatinn.! .n4 u'artand 1 I aII
.; any elalm. and d.m.nd. bond form be .bialid, r
IU'NT' 'r"l.h" ; of may
I'lt allhar
DOWNUP
or
h you '
''',t. privnta front and haVa tsloll tho a.tata rusr.: from hQu\\ Itv .r.tlt of > t
.1.tlo kttrhon ... aald City of at } Mai 1 1II.
nt.nro. d... loll or
V Wlllla .
,
.. host t'hun. 117Ult..'I't-I I, County Judge ofUadadan in hold flty upon the lei iltI 0
i'uu"t,, to the .
Id HO which ,
per pea lop .t' vba
JOVn.'
f' hi.
TO 36 MONTHSTO County Florida, at
refunded to lb,
;:uti : r 4 b dr..m offlc* In the court houaa or pall !iha :4.', *,,,,,,.. In go'ao, I.h.1 '" "us. In land 1o"dll PAY ">','Uht, at uulncy, Florida, wliliin I I nut Inter tlinn II,. inl, ,U) ...fhe
Conlat A. J. Lockerman' 1/ Par J all ralanoar' menha from lhatlma oftbla Noremb.r 11... ho prop...' wll I
en Pt. Ta.phrn' MAIn 1.144It I of Ills flrat publication krcepiad which la net onb.mitl.d ,
FREE ESTIMATES notloo. Two top I.. of sent ',. : ,
on the proposal term .. -. -
LEONMOBILE cI.lm .' demand shall bo In o rlt- .r
above mentioned
CALL I I Pig. and ahall ".,. lha placa 01 Award will ... mate within II P.
rnald.noa and poll ofMca addroorof days If airard I. mail JOHN'S AMUSED 4ohnlnJ
FOR RENTUARAOE HOMES tho claimant, and shall ba.worn kwnedyjr appears.
TUB riTT OF (JllNCtFUtRlPA .a. u J
627-8661 t. by the Claimant hi. .I the sours of nom of Macl.Wri.

,' I>. nty pork and SalM Sorvlc Itln6.r. attornaT Ilung f.a? and or nnmnpanlad ona dollar- B,. n 'It, nr.rorr. NOME DESTROYED IT HM- Mr Ilel,,, Mutter and tI'\' .-" .it in hu dun M he wkli

llnor Bp4u Quincy Florida and .'ii-h rlalm or damand not oofllrd city'. tl ManagerDel N... b, II It her tight children lake reftlg. In t nclghhofg Dona after to go 110m' follirwlnic> a f..mly -
(-. \. BECKETTAttipulim Maw Moon VitI.II.. ahall ba Told. Yorfc
tin drilroyiHt the Butler horn In PttUburgh, r*. Firs | Ulnner It the Now

()a., Ph. 4IUSMKvHt Gardner Concur. Sl.warf. A.furl nt TrTi ot the I..., Will Chief Stephen Adlcy Mid th. tire might hat barn untie hum. ol Ma Unrl. BUt-ri) *
Ui.d TriknI'
cUin
Nice I and Tf'tnm.nt ot Nallla MWlllla IN TUB cincriT l"t'I'RT OFTHR control goonct had tb* fire (ronipanlc not b...n delayed by Smith and Aunt J4uu Also
and 10Wld. : IIKOINI' JIPU'IAI. CIR-
Ural Ka4alo O.. altf daraaard bill
HUNT H<..>m. /.l In 1.rdn.r A l'I'IT. IN AM ""KlAIJIIIJIIN: I faJa tltrn. Th. eighth" child alao seeped Injury. at tin dlnnur patty .re

1itf Mi m* i!',,'it "..jd> W. Jrida lot furallur .i CAN YOU SELL? Itlornapa tor till EtooulrlsJutnoy t' /UNTT, FUmil'A mother Jacqiwlln and hUUnrl
.e, n ,n I >) N. Itb. BU Phon anything of nlu. "lor" IN niAVrrHV NO -U. Dob and Aunt CU: .J.Munt .

>tAli' TI4 _.... You own tul6tlme budn.na Fltlt u..t.publlr.tlo", ... 10. NO'. i rill, i/II Mdl'KIlN ,IIOMK4I a Florid FINANtBitkMPANT r People Spots In The News i
f..K Kr.NT, I.r.< tlllllw !) W. H.v. COOL SEAL R..I N..18., I"hl In 7(15 urea I I .lorpurallnn, tVlfe Prec rvFrs
.1 I Mix Tr.11.rk., lioatjitn Natlonlompnn.. ..bll.h.d Pial.WI.VI. .
i I.t i* >f In-r.a'7: the Jam- U. I. 10 l1 milt wttt of !In 1000 lara"l In III rl.ld .
I,, i >..! >|i >!. 11 Jquln Ina.Ttlltbiaitt (Uhll..4T.wlI. oIl Train I NOT1C OF INTENTIONTO P. ,. IIITTO and kla lfa, .
Int and Instruction il,... In I MAII APWJVToU'2,; :: COHI.MC. HITTU:
Floridt all ph.... of your oporatl FOR FINAL Dtfandant ,IAN!> STANI): No. It'. polo vaulter
...... All ads I FUWIUA tTATfTMin NOTICE OF til'I'rIN
from Ntarl to .u. .
",,1.1.... all altna lormtlonwlda .. Court of the ,'IIunl, '"'. )IOHTIA FOR RENT 1212 West T.II_ lupp/lo. an turnlah.d N.. (....".. County, lists or Cut F I. III'FTO and kla wlfa momentarily II'rUI\lnr
'ii
ailv.rtl.ln* brlngBuy.ra Florida.In CXlHINk! IILTTO: "
PboDt 222-ISIS from K .rn> h.ra. Carou : Prnbata.In You P I., Hutt and Oorln "wroni pole. II
qualify? You muat bat I ro lha fcalalo/ llutto. .n horkr ni.llfl.J that a Ht Will locond

Modern 1 Brdroom' wifnra Inltlotlr.. tn.Ii.nt rharatlIbondabla 1\.011I1 Andouu", Mnaoo.4. Complaint lo Inraoloaa ..rlaln In Olvmplr.
I
B
), aalaa ability NI 1. mort.... on lha following ..-
toW Apurtnwnk LortlrdDupki .> financially ,...,onelblo. Com To All Whom It Mar ConcarnNotlca thatdarn : arrlb.it pr'iparty, to wit

It 711 W. 1\.hlhp" Plumbing FUtun. CltctrlcU mlaalonvolume epportunl I la haraby .Jlvan., float "H..In ran (lot chalna 1:.., (
Phapard
fey man. .om.... coupl'. mI.am A. of iha nhw.at oornar ol the
"thin walking dlntanc ol Supplitl. Pip and rilling Thai Can ..11. Write I r.pot a5 Baacutrla 0' lbe aalala'f Houtli.att auarlor ,>f Unction ugbMrd now vur
InformatloBTKlK'T N..ml AndotlO". dt.a.rd .....".... till Town.hln cm aII ::
I Walar Htalon. TUt Board. I oil a y for mwhim amoll
achool and ehurrhf' (1110 her pItltl I n for big loop wpuppllat
hop. REALTY J. K hit ahe ) North, II.... Two II)
Ctt and Oil Htttort MANN, Aroa lupartlaor. 111 ., dlaehare.. sad that sh. 7.0 ..1. and run Ko.l a dI.,.".. .Mty-to-fln! hi (mollarff nIR.

.ut Colonial l>r,, \. will apply to lbs Honorable ol J.da.H YK.ynolda : or ,." (le) thai.; thane* runaoulh *lo4lk twgt Hunfj*n hooka.Ridar .
( $M7.TII1., durlnK hunln .1Won via Oct II NOT I, II It I Count JUI5.. the II four ill fhalnij th.a><.
... d., County. Florida o Watt ton (It) balm d AItt'k
4 lun
or H7 *" after SpCklfMAin"t7t4l"from ROCCOPIPE day of Novamhor I".. for ap.proral th.nr run North a dial anoe of t I Idti

of a.m. and for final dia- four (I) rkalna lo the point ntb.slnnlnt I'tw oAVUMs1anl..
rharito aa Ei.outrl of the aatatathla .
I .. .. I.....d, no HAVINil ANTI KX.ckl'TlMI '
.r Naomi And. \
1tu EITATIUNT from abovo d
the 4lay
..., 6000
& SUPPLY CO. I..t: dar of Oelobar, Illl I i ,iboj--; ., ., ,.fli..d ana IIIocr. w.
nrmmmmPublla: l h.part, I" auuarI from the "u.'h. world of trannUto gt'taI

Sf II 44 YEARS OF SERVICETo Naomi Kiocutrlt And.raon ol the|),....*..|;. .' ,meal oat''' or Iha anur. d. giant Honey*.ell unit In fore idr rA prIAR
t/ ''' lllNRHgulncr ,'rlb.. landa, which bat kn
I That Art HARDNIH ANH "Id. 1 ground 1,000 tlmti alt* of

INSURANt PHONE 2221337 Not) .. Mate Bank "uIl41 This b.l.a Iho .10. and id.nI atanlard| radio type held by
Hofora Th. F.dnn.lI'ommunlnatlona Quincy Florida 1.1 .r ...1 prop.rt ..
p..1
i
1110 S. !. I'
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA DAT Hrnadcaitlng (" 5. II. /0. NOT, 11 It by W.rr.nly'sad I dated April141k for aparti craft u...
,Hubert K. bubal.lalu 1'aila.r Illl. by Charlaa W Frl

)'UK IUIS'I': Apartment 'u' ran' I. I W. 1/', Fowlar, PartnerQulncy. IW TUB CIRCUIT COURT OFTHB day and III I* mWands FFriday .
Wool W..hl..ton Strait -- FloridaAPDIk'sllon SECOND JUDICIAL CIRri .. and ranordad U iKflolatkalng l 11
101 .... tr -I I For Conatruntkin "IT OF ri/mir IN AND oorta of Usd.A.n County,
p.rmll BPUtOIAmandnicnt FOR OAnnDIN: COUNTY'N rlorlda. In Po.d 11..k I. 1'sa. NOAN_ /. AW .
to nw AM IIIWulmry IT. A.4 I. further Id..tltI.4 .. I
WELL DRILLING I Florid CHAMCKRTNO. 1..71CARIUII the soma parr.l ol laidon i Yule Yee CN'I TI'$4'
I hi* Mnndmnt was gubmllladI which Modarn Horn** I'on- ( 11aPYyAN4UAoI
WIW ll, ', CPPA
NAT 'AN
I the Federal CommunicationI'ommle.lon Pullout. It"cllon Company .r..'.. a WONtDLItl.iAN
FOR RENT r.*turlng a Complttt to chang fraquan* shall typo ,..m. beuso for |.. $ w'M.
Lint of Dtminfl Pumpt toi ..... from 1010k M look and JUDOS WIW1Jo11, morigag.r h.rumha. ." 4E7 COHTAD.sAPI0. .
Homo Irrigation. I no o'ho' ah....... Th. am.nd- D.f.nA.nt. boos 'lI.d apsln.t 7.0 and $ 1515.
or
m.nt waa t.nderad for filing: with NOTicie "U .n nequlr.d 10 ants a copy .
.
: tha CoinmlMlon en a.piemkar It, IN THB NAME OF THE ITATB ot pour Aniwar or Pladlnv I* .I.Is WN1'!
Office SpaceAir TERRY-ROSA I oat, I II OF FIX>RIT>AI Ih* (omplnlnt on th. plaintiff 17 PIARtlOAll 00)01(1'PiCKryoun

HARDWARE CO. ,Byl Robert E. 1.ub.lotnltl.. Tot Judga Wllllama. ..ho.. ...- aitarn.y. Hlihard W, :.ln.. III. Yr NAU. Q4t( A DITCH: 1
I'ann.r I IAaacl I. unkpewntTo. NS Can foll.aa A .n OWN" sNONiltt CCA
Conditioned I NOT. II. II, 14 It are h..by ".ml.. I kit TalUha.aao tl.ld.. _
1411 South Monrn St. IN THK OIKCIIT ('01'HT "f1HH Ih.I I wit tor dinnrei h.. bean and fl,. Ih. 0'111..1 A".... 0' $IO 4145044 'm!
Ttllibtutt Florid KWVMI Jl'DICIAI. rl'l ;.- 11.d ...Ih.t 'Oil In tho shove I'l.adln: I In the offlia of ItsClerk 'AUIII..UIUI. NC.r .
BUILDING styled court by Carrla Wllllamaflla of lha Circuit C..un on or
WILCO IN AND
tic KIXiHH'A.
101 ( IT .
222-UOT ... h.foia the SIlls day of !Nor.mh.r, .
I rt>H O"I>14II.N LHJtNTT.: yet era h.rob .qul. t. .=: .
IN rHA.N"'KKT.IN file with tha Clark of paid (ourl 1tH. If per fill t. do 004, Iud. I
Utilities FurnishedWill net PETITION (lr nnACTHKAOX Your written d.r..... It any, lo want hI' d.r.,1t .III be taboo I
to Suit .K AM WIIJAJUBAN: Hill of Complaint In old. aaolnst r"lho'.I.; : I.Ilel da iiW IIIMT It'. II :
Alter
10101.
Stilt end 10 pave a 00" th.r niinil.d
l.taCt"HI" WIKUUTATK of .n Q.o" and Tewl.a A' Thla ,........ shall ba publl.h.dia tor George Roott on lo.l
Your Needs HOMES UK FI/KIPA .O atrh mask for tour ..n...... HIM" 111m.'A
TO Vaatar Milliard whoa ,..1. tornaya for the Plaintiff h.r.ln, ration for .
\ d.nna: la UnknownUoroUlT .b.... add,... I. M Wept Wa.h. 1100 mooka I. the Oadadss Cou.' 1111says.
APPLY Monrrall Instep Hiraat. Qulnry FlarMa, I' TI..... Trooper
WILSON'Sd Idonombar MINI and OnDFRUn at Quln.
Avanua nn or b.tor. fl, lol4
*
I Baton --.n;: : lAiul.i.naMTI M.r.ln fall not or a Pon,.. Pro ry, FlorMa this II day otin..
<.Bdran. ,."",..... will b. entered ..1..1 lob.r. loll

.- I hy1' >, r.:4"t'. 1 'of a por p.tltlnn are I hare fop; you DONE In pull AND ault ORPFREB atQulncy (II II:At.1 ICltWIM n"l'a. ..

rhll- Florida thla 17th day olooinh.r lark of lha Circuit COIrt t1
.r minor -
KingsberryGreenwood lhs adoplton your
( A. D. 1114.BAM Hy: ./iuglaa a ...u,

1:1t'Iaa.a.ap: II iJ: ':'" t 1 1 tmt tR*;a I/ .Ill was day flUd of Novmb In thla nourt, A. onlha l> ( :t/KdwIa Raur 1./ W.t>.piily ErTln.: Cl.rkRloliard Ill

11(4. you ara h.raby com. + I
AVON CALIJWJ YOU!! II'' 'OU I 4.Nn flit with tha Clerk ol Clark Circuit Court FloridaOct. Hlehwd W. Bruin, III 4

want to earn moray for cn,ii* ,,1"1. Court your .rltl.n. d t.n.I .Oaitidan II II. NOT County. t, II 41IM ofrrrln: Paanlngto Yarn I '
and
frothy 1.Martin'" now., P. o.Writ Boa "Mel... andSunaet I Cp.roan.II upon,Iho or bpallor.alturnrya"for p.Ienpy P, (l' Hog. IMITallahaa % l'iI i 'iN--l.ao.fo t.'la.OOO sailboat .lIpped

MKK. Tallahaaa. Fl*. "I Ill)onaa .m.d b.l0w. I. aal'. TUB CIRCUIT COI'RT OF : A"I.'''.'*' *for, Florid IMalntlffIMI. off I trailer( and plltherfd korrn 300 feet down four-Uni
pull on 'h. 10lh dap of ( .m'I TUB KrOMl Jt'mCIAI. CIR- II, M... I. II. II It IVnniylvunla before trlkIng .
I 1
Acres b.r, .how TIT ''F FITUI>A. IN ANIl highway near Wllllul111IK1rt.|
I why rhaaald'patlUon"ahould :: FOIl flAPMDBN COUNTIi IN ant demnllnhlng a or In .a ,<.r flop,

mmmJIIIl.o8T I CLARK PLEMMONS lb. arantrdWITNKfH. my hand. sad the CHANCrilT NO. : IN TUB rtRrtrtT cot'NT or -

I offlilal pool! of tha said mart, at'lulncy. 1.171DiVOPICE: TMB .icr<>si> ji PICIAI", cm.IMIIT .
Pbont MAta T-ISII Florida, thla Ilk day al( ERJoI4 'IT'L4 :: UP FIA IN AND r-- Coot Babe
lovomhor A. U., Illl.Bdwln PI.latlf'., FOR flA. >KDlcN l'Ul1NTT. IN
Burn and Tan Walah Haur VI. I'll A 1'1' ( lilt I.
T.rrHr.. ( montha old A....... Hark of lha Circuit Court ALLEN MITCMEI.4 JUHANN A. riUNCTrialnllff
"Lurky.* V*...ln.tlon Oa4adan County, Florida raftid.nl
1'0 nama
,n. If ..." pl.... 4..II.17..nO. I Kyi a/Oma M Halhootk KOTir n.
Tae. No., ..... R. l. Hmlth. It PORTOOWHARRELL'S Deputy nark IN THK NAME OF TRI STATE: l..,..... Mason Chancy
JOHNSON HAHNKTTttornaya OF FLORIDA n.fandant
\ for PMltlonartly TOl AI.L...". NITCMri.U whoaoaddrtaa NOTICE: IIT WMUtATIOI
A. Harn.ltMA tad roaldanea la an.known TO I........ Mann lianc4ir ,
FOR SALE, Eaat \\ohlngton (IraatyNohTrii. ) ..ho.. r..ldaae. I. III..'.n',.
Florida Ton Ira karakr kotlfl.4 Dial 'I'naoa. pod wh.. mallpg
HOUSES u, II. r... i it a wit p.m dt.ero. ha. been (11.4.aalnat .*. I I. 0.....' I>oil>alr.
yen I" I"e abnra .Irl.d Illghlanna, 1'....
NOTICE or 5ALNNntloa .ut by Erma MII.h.lt and pnpsrm YOU AIIM IIKHHRT: NI>T|.
.
"odroom.and'
HOME FOR BALK. I .. Ilhl 1a b.r.br Me. that per..n.nt ".,.h, ,aqul,.. I. (II. milk FIEIi that a omplll' for divorce .
bail.. ".',OOU. "il .17.II ,.... t. the Float J rr.o. atrorooleaur. the Clark of old ".urt pour hal b..a fll.d ...1"., you, and imm ik.J pad onin
$ 1>1'1. oera and ,.1. .... .4 lathe written ..r..... It IS 110.
uY. and era required t. Same a
SoV I L IIl. ".... U p.nding III Ih. (writ, .... you mad In riorUi to protect
lull o. ..pl.I"1 I" .14 .ulI ....py 01 purr ....., ar pl.In. .."
IALKI Lot, in fill I,."' .ut In and foe Ood.d" ,'n. and to .. n aopy th.r.oa on I. the .amplainl I on tka iilaln* ill cltlnni who want to bill
XOH ; .... di ,.... numb.r
Florida > Tow .. ..
ty and Attorn.
feat d.p. On nnmptorUt iJr.gnrr as >a Ulri *ilorar*, Johnwn *
at.. 11* Tnlquln Road. la |..". tho .."...1.... Clark will for ,,,. Plaintiff har.ln .h... I'''. 1'...' Waeklngton .1..... our ."..1. Mid nlihwayl Hielor
city HmuJ NAto MIM Car'.' ..lIlh. proparty altuatad In aald) ,44,.. ,. II Wait .hl.alo" I pnIsey' Plnrlda- end fll. ..-. motofltU and
Whlrham.Itd ''ounir d..rrlh.d alt (....t. 1oI"I"r. ,1.ld., .n Or original: anawar *r pladia( Inth pedelilidnltd
T.111hassow Fla. or ..11 b>t Numb.r navantaan III Inluo.k bemire Non.mba1. tool n.e.In .. ernr..1. ika Clark .f fir.wll TIll only p4opl ,
,.l.. liKWR O. Plnniart lubdiOlelon.f fall Into, r-ra. P.. CO" (Court .* ., bola. the ITIk4.r rtdar ind anmifkid -
III. __ llatana, Florida, said mapor ,.... mill ". '''1.'.d ...1... ,.. W Navamkar lilt hindlcippid by
BALE -- Brick V....,. I- plat ,ecod.. In IMal BoukI in oeld ault. If '.' fill I* f. aw a poor*. can art t"1iIII"" !
boo... a b.droomw 1 Pull). Rawrdl of (ladadanCounty DONE AND ORD0RP.D al gut.. Pr. C.",_. will aa lak.n '
.nt to vlo/t/ tile trelllc''"1
t: :14 tart. Kltoh.s Dlalntltnsm Florida Amending t. d8 .G.. agalnat ya' far th* r.ll.f do*
Combln. Pallo eUllt, rapllonad land aro .Iel.r'A.dD.rlollltk .andad In tha aomplalnt.Oatad lit lIP fof Ox utity ttHI.bK .
(Poem. Carport, Paved Dr'smop. : part'of lha..uthaMi. 44.,0.orptartlnn (UK AMfltdwln at Qiilnry fladadai Counly A click of -tIY imdra and en.proud parent hid this 319w'p4ri
nu e.nu.I beat "peat. tor o' Nort .t guartar Parr .f .
) I4I.Tiwnahlp Ihl lire day Ui.t.Ur aptlvitlnr phiit of hit ion napplni !In bunyint blltt'i
I-I N. mVwa"t"ilt7fl'"r,' 1'.1. Thirty reu ('lark Circuit feurtnadiden \ ,.m't
phone MAIn TI74IMISCELLANEOUS. Thr.a III *."". ...".1,. FlirldiOil. (IRAI.Idwli antler O"ffl' thoM charming pnutoiriph eamlra bills arilomttlmii n
t Una. Two III Nut altuata. II, H II.. I, II ..1NOTII"II
011W Raipi
FOR: "IAi.:1C llo.; and l.R .., .. sod h.l.a In the Townoi giky Ruib U"i
J.rt.roon. Colt I. w. p..t "\ Ca.nly at tMdadanand lark of Circuit Coon hn 4wrplM la a p.
.44k that
Havana
P..DOcll. 17.1.. tr \01'hoop'.. _a, .- Moats at FlorM I M CONTRACTORADVEHTIMRMNNT / Nil "I.Jnr.I I. HarkJOHHgON Haar 1141 Ufl rn.fkiln ..urt.4 'I rhU.. A Coil />.*< WA. II. t

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Behind theScenes The light-weight, hlgh-volume for all camp jobs A new I F. S. Chason 73 credits. More detailed Information on GI FAMILIES RETURN
cars being produced today also to Echo, when a
thermostat for hen houses, dairy According veterans and the social securitylaw Since Cuba shut off the Guantanamo -
Bits And answer the railroads' need for barns horse stalls veteran who has had active military can be found In Pamphlet No. naval base's water supp.y
plgstys and Succumbs Here
greater revenue per car while service between September 'last winter about halt the Am,"
,giving the shippers more efficient brooders. It Is designed for pre- 18, 1940 and December 31, IBM Jla. available without cut at the lean women and children have v

Pieces By Rej'MhU Knight transportation due temperature control that can Funeral: services were conducted retires dies, or becomes disabledhe social security district office at turned to the United States. Fan-
Peaceful Co-ExIslenceT An mean healthier animals For for Joseph Samuel Chason, 73, o( may receive credit of $160 a 30fl W. Jefferson Street, Talla ,lies leave the base as their mi 1-
BY BUTCH New York, Nov. 0 Just as American Interpretation of those wintertime Ice fishermen there Is Hosford at I o'clock Sunday aft. month wages for each month oi hassee. folk finish two-year tour parts' .
fathers and mothers may have words and lite Russian definitionare a reel with built-in red beacon that emoon In the Hosford Baptist such military service. I New men are sent to Guantanai o
suspected all along, experts now two very different things, ac flashes when a fish bites Church with the Rev. J. D. Jami This military credit does not A representative from this office i on one-year tours, without there
Wynn'i Grist Mill, out o( bus claim that teenage girls are a cording to a man who spent( almost Ultraviolet flashlight kit for bio son officiating. Burial wu In Hot- automatically appear on the Individual will be at the Courthouse In,wives and children.
$8-1 billion annual market for logical and
ben for the last few years, but everything a quarter from cosmetics to toll The light Is less
a landmark on Rocky Comfort drinks.To : Communism, as a member of the long, and Itt Inches than 12 Inches A native of Telogla, Mr Chason be establlxhed only at the time a month from t:30 a m. to 12:00: The man who is superstitious( >s
In
Creek down below the Crossroads I Federal Bureau of Investigation For diameter was a retired logger and a member claim Is filed This little known.noon to assist persons In filing Interested In the truth.
for probably the lit 100 years, I get a share of this sizable I Louis B. Nichols, now executive hot tray with Sunday brunch a new of the Baptist Church in Hos aspect of the social security law a claim or wanting other Information
I* no nan. It was burned to the market manufacturers are busily vice president of Schenley Industries I or buns. Leaves rotating bin for rolls ford. has helped many veterans to become concerning social security
nluM. No one sponsoring contests of every description Inc. told recent audiencethat top clear for entitled to social security
ground Saturday a matters
among the teeners, who dishes with food to be heated He died at 7:25 Friday mornIng benefits.
these
seem to know how the fire start.ed. "to most Americans
already\ number 11 million and' For drying sweaters, a 24-Inch- In the Gadsden County Hos
words peaceful coexistencemean -i 1, 1157, all
Beginning January
are expected to Increase substantially 'you live there. We live square nylon net screen fits four- pital. Scientists at Marlneland of Fla
well remember when 1 military were brought Ct666
t personnel
ran as Korean war babies.here, We will not Interfere In your i legged frame that can stand on Survivors Include his widow have discovered the house build.
with under the law and deductions are
nil Just a boy going my enter their teens. Among the i affairs. You will not Interfere inours countertop, In bath or shower stall Mrs. Jerusha Chason of Tallahassee i er of the ocean floor. The Sandfish
meal made from their
the mill to have being
father to pay
ground. There was a contests Is one to pick Mils Tt't'nI I and so on'." i Air circulating through screen ; four sons, D. L. and Cols Kehoe pointed out that veterans' will pile up particles of shell
and grit Age America. helps dry both sides of sweater at Chason of Tallahassee, Cols Chasm against a rock and use this forIs
nice mill pond and It was a fav- But, for the Communists, he once. and their families should be aware
and Lloyd Chason, > Rome.
ante tithing ipot The mill tall Advertisers and tales promotion: added, "the meaning of peaceful Qulncy, of these provisions. In order to
Mrs
Bits 0' Ca daughter,
eras itrlctly for iwtmmlng In the executives find these various contests co-exlDtenre la entirely differentIt Business Electronicand Griffin ; one receive these credits, a vetrran or
Dimmer time I well remember to be excellent ways of Introducing Is a complex strategic doctrine\ electrical sales In 1963 may W. C Smith, Tallahassee; rvobrothers. his survivors must present, at the AUTO PARTSUSED
bring In cwlmmlng down there their product to the i designed to serve the oauie of hit a record high, topping $44 bit- Eugene Conan Attapul- lime of filing a claim, proof of HARRISON
lion The Ga, and Cliff Chason. Quincy -
a' of Labor
Department gus
and starting
GlIIP- day with a boyhood friend youthful buyers up the worldwide Communist movement military service The most acceptable
and neighbor, Clifford Cox. We relationship that can last for In Its prosecution of the thinks the clerical labor force may ; two sisters Mrs. Ironic Evans Roberts proof Is a discharge certificate CARS
Veisie
and Mrs.
playing around and finally world-wide revolution. double In the next 10 years, to Attapulgus. or other official document all makes
Rotate USED PARTS for
years.RAIL 14 million The hobbyof Sopchoppy: 20 grandchildren
with both of going un- persons i the of service.
tied up ui CAR "The Russian) policy of peaceful 5 grandchildren. showing period
making model planes I Is staginga and great oi Cars and Trucks
dee the water. Neither would give Rail Car Revolution The railroad coexistence is a policy of mobilizing Any veteran or his survivor who
Dp and turn lanai and I thought freight equipment being produced the masses and launchlnlvtrOl'Ol1II comeback as the popularity of I Serving a pallbearer were: has already applied for social security 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
such kits for boats and cars also Rustle Black, J. C. Black JessieBryant
I to drown of '
going I' benefits had
for sure was today Is the product action against the enc- has this provision
Increases More than 800 Earl Sellers Nollcy Sykei BUY JUNKED CARS
,
older and had started
Clifford wu technological revolution that sees mien all who oppose Commun of the law applied and this
trnoking and I guess that li the new products or Improvements In ism) of peace" Mr. Nichols said firms In have first declared 10 months extra of 1964 dividends and The Fred J. B.Shuler Adam Funeral Home type of credit established In determining 1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7.7115
and I
Kion he finally gave up we old ones being announced almost Science In the News The day his benefits.
for air. or some 30 more than In same was In charge of arrangements.
came UP wr 'V. ,when medical science can replacean period In 1963.B I
: I wonder how many of the a-. Improvements In railroadequ ailing human heart with a new
young folks this day and time pment that have rome In the one may he closer than we think .8='S AT GUAM Social Security Ask
know of or ever heard of the past 1J years, or even In the last A New York City medical team us about our
miller's toll. It won hla pay forgrinding ten are greater than In all the earlier In 1984 performed a heart It has been reported that the InformationWith
the corn Seems to me first 85 or liD years of the indus transplant In a dog which now, United States has posted a squad
5. was a halt perk to the bushel try's history. nix months Inter still Is very ron of fifteen B-52 heavy Jet nu reference' to Veteran's
An example of such improvement much alive and frisky From clear bombers on the island of Day, November 11, Walter Kehoe, f SEE IBI HOME 111Prove
t mir got fooled on how manypeople Is the Center Flow car man- Yugoslavia comes a report of a Guam. This Is within 2,000 milesof i district .nanager for social security
would vote hi the general ufartued by ACT Industries Incorporated new test for throat cancer still Red Chins This Is the first In Tallahassee, said today thata
election lilt Tuetday. I figured to carry greater quantities the subject of research that utlln tune that the long-range B-52s little known aspect of the social
Around 8,000. When the final ran- of dry bulk ladings. This 1 aetr ultra.violet lamp and let- have been deployed overseas. security law Is_t the_use of military
van was completed It Rhowed that car called "100 cars In 1," signalizes racyc line The possible elimination -
I total of 8763 voted In the presidential drive to procedures for
the company's of operative
TIME TO WE HAVE
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race and there were Is seen In dietary
give '' equipment curing gallstones
quite a few ballots that were not that willand movep more and experiments aimed at reduction Deroe taints
Voted on In that category There more varieties of liquid and dry of fat In the diet. The amount of Plumbing Flitnres t
must hive been clone to 10,000 In bulk ladings tauter, safer and fat In the diet was found In laboratory Complete Line of for yourself Zenith's
all +- and that la torn record for economically experiments to have a direct Building !Materials
fill county. more New hatches on top of the Center connection with developmentof .( I Aleos Aluminum Roofing greater dependability
Flow car and a variety of new gallstones Out In Wisconsin Galvanised Roofing ft biding
Saw Dr. H. R. Reddlck for the outlets undeneath have greatly some aquatic biologist' have Ilotuewares k Gifts
first time sires his serious auto Increased loading and unloading wired bass for sound tn order to Carey Asphalt Roofing
accident Monday afternoon out at speed, versatility and emdency.Today's study the migratory habits of the Gold Bond Sheetrock
s fjv midget football game at Corry equipment also represents flgh. The goal Is to discover how REMODEL and Gypsum Products
Athletic Held. lie laid he was the Joint effort of shipper fish find their way back to their Sporting Goods k Supplies! STEWART-YOUNG
filing rood and hoped etoot be bark. railroads and manufacturers to spawning ground without error. BUILDBELL Plus Hundreds of Other Items
I In WR office tn a weeks.T1' solve problems created by newproducts Things to Come A new <.Imp.er'
doctor has tort quite a few or the need to provide shovel only 18 Inches long, & BATES HARDWARE CO.
pnundR and plated that his appe- better shipping methods for exist over all, that Is short enough for IS NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCT 18 West Washington Street Phone 627.8668 Quincy Florida
all was so good he was afraid he easy packing but sturdy enough
ing products .
would put It right back ont -
Dr. Reddlck has a beautiful new
Tflct; on Love Street and reallyhadn't
had a chance to break It Inf
h hen he wu hurt In that wreck.

Many of you may not know It PRE-THANKSGIVING DINING VALUE I

hut our genial postmaster, James
H. "Jlmmle" Cox has been ailing

Is 1ht County written past hospital three he Is weeks having In the and Gsdsden a as battle this This is only a sample of the dining groups we are showing. Shop us if a F R E E TURKEY !


llth thought a bug to be His serious illness but Is Is not on dining set is one of your household needs. Wide range of prices, styles and

the aggravating side, running a finishes., WITH PURCHASE OF $100 OR .MORE
Stile temperature each day. Itmderstand
: It has been diagnosedas

virus pneumonia. Anyway, we
arias the old boy and wish him a .- DANISH STYLED FOR THETraditional :liJ. 'tm ',I.W'I! '
speedy recovery hack to his podtlon -
in the post office and other

places In and around town. Elegance MODERN HOMEMAKERE ,.

Well. I'm taking off Just after
Moon today (Tuesday) for Rt. .

/) Oorge't\ Lines Island Is having on the a little Gulf. fllni Willie 7 Pc. Group ; _

down there to celebrate the Arne for Modest Budgets I
tttlce. I'm coming back Wertnes- y
day night and leaving for the IJw
Ida Press Association ConventionIn
,
Orala Thursday or Friday. I'm ?
really cutting up start we got the : : It I tow $188 f/w
llectlon over with.

: ::1'// 1 8 PIECI DINING ROOM SUITE sitaa. fie,
: I went fishing River last down Saturday on the Ochloekonet andreally ;/ : : i It s us

bunch of nice l'te".i> IN RICH MAHOGANY VENEERS hWfLt
csught a .!..._ ._
bream. My boat mate, old Rants ,a

8ml*. couldn't hold Ms mouth ,
I
and did nol I
aomethlng
tight or \ Tobl., $279 95
much hick will .
heelhe --- -
havewatch Dr. "Eye" and 6Ch 'in

JU and take few notes he will I I
eventually catch on I'm almostnmttlve. % Special Sale Pr /'r". Ill) ,

And then you never CMeiu .
{ I'm trying to get Panic to L I \ ( I '
irade that spinning rig In on a I \, '' EASY TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET w

pail sttft cane pole. __ i
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those who know how to use It. .
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Thurt. Fri., Sat.. tie e i A rained walnut finish Etch pier has quality construction SET OF 4 SIDE CHAIRS 4"pt
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Ernest Bor jnlnt, 4? t y, ht proportioned to do a service Job of storage betides FATENSION TABLE $,10

Joe Flynn. bolting beautiful. Come in and buy this value whileS
complete selection Is av"l'-"'" $53
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