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•:M (S) Oremt,
CM (S) Weather
CM (4) Whst’a New .
(9) (1|) CM News
Baa Cochran News
Haulier m4 Brinkley
“Good Morning Mies Dove”
(8> TO Tell the Truth
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(8) Outer Limit*
“The Man Who Was Never
Bom” Mutated cum el 8148.
returns to the present day in a*»
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(9) (U) Lucille Ball Shear -
Luay unwittingly locks her
hank president in the bank
vault lor the second time
while demonstarting for the
proto how it was done the
I N (8) (11) Bunny Thomas
Kathy and Bunny bby a rick
ety old lakeside bouse and
they are afraid to tell their
■» mhiy a
(4) Sign Off
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bin older (toother,
enters therapy Daring ' that
he lacks masculinity. ' ' v>l
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11:18 (St BateUne, N. (X tsiri.
“Toward the Unknown”
11:88 (11) Tonight
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(9) (U) To Tall the Troth
9:39 (4) FuioM ftancaia *
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4:09 (4) Sign Oft
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4:99 (9) Cop’ll five
4:39 (9) Law Banger
(7) Make Baaaa (or
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(7)Bmnyt<rage with Mr. Bek
(9) Boao and SUw t «* V
9:39 (4) Toong People* Corner
9:19 (5) Taka Five
It (9) (U) ESSO 1
9:39 (4) What’s New
S . (9) (ll) CBS Neva
(9) State line
(7) Huntley and Brinkley
9:49 (3) Bob Cochran *e*a
(11) Nr ltmk -
7:30 (4) What In the World
;j4n apparition oul
»:» (4) Social History of the
U.S. Since 1M
14:44 (U) Kraft -^ibii Theatre
■w" ' W
am <*> (i). (») (ii) j
of the put, a World 1 soldier,
taking him for a German.
(» can* -
(1) ten, Jtevak -
“A Slagle Isolated Incident”
▲ N«gs» student * pelted with
te on her way to eefcool
Site (4) CUteost ant SolNraa
‘ Today I A* A lean” Ensign
Parker flunks trying to teach
Judo to fire beautiful nurses.
11:90.(11). .Tonight Show
Bate, 77, of
nneral sendees were conduct
ed Monday at 9 p.m. from the
Corinth Baptiet Church by the
Rev. B. s. Knight. Burial was la
tee Young family cemetery.
survivors are a brother,
Wjr C. r. STEWART
The Agriculture Department
has announced that 1964 upland
cotton acreage allotments will be
16 million acres, the minimum
permitted by farm law and the
same as the allotment for this
year. The allotment was set at the
fewest possible figure because cot
ton supplies are increasing.
Hie Department also set Decem
ber 10 as the date for a grower
referendum so marketing Quotas
which would tie dsafeMd to limit
sales to the quantity grown on in
dividual farm allotments. Cotton
(Tannin have j nevfer rejected
quotas which require approval by
at feast two-thirds of those vot
When quotas are in effect, ex
cess gales over the quota are sub
jeot to a heavy penalty tax.
In addition to the National al
lotment of 16 million acres, the
Department provided a reserve of
300,600 acres to be used to the ex
tent1 needed for establishment of
minimum farm allotments. This
reserve was 310,000 acres for this
ye art crop.
Hie Department did not an
nounce the rate at which the cot
ton crop will be supported next
year. This year’s base rate is 33.
47 cents- a pound. .
: North Carolina's allotment win
be 461,203 acres for 1904 as com
pared to 466,433 acres for 1063.
County aUotments have not been
A C P
Each year farmers lose money
they have actually earned under
the ACP Program just because
they fail to report completion of
practices by the report date.
Only those producers who re
port completion are eligible to re
ceive their cost-Share payment.
Committeemen, farmers should
be reminded that November 10 is
the final report date for cover
crop. Please urge them to report
completion by that date so they
win be eligible for a payment
-MtParmers should be reminded to
4fturn their 1963 Tobacco Mar
'ftttug Card as soon as they have
finished selling. Failure to return
tne marketing card to the ABCS
Office may result in a reduction in
the next allotment estsWishsd for
Mr. sd|M*s* George
ii* Jr. and Bill were
^Iftf h*r parents,
Mr. end Mrs. R. Daley Goff
and Chris arrived this morning
fiom Gainesville, Fla., to visit
Mrs. Jerry sutler and family.
ATTEND FRAT MEETING
Roy Tart attended the Alumni
Control Board meeting at ;D*ita
Sigma Pi fraternity ia Wilson on
Ann Lewis spent the
Raleigh with her fcrotlMV>
and Mrs. Pat Lewis.
FROM EMMANUEL L
Floyd Jackson, a freshman at
Emmanuel College, spent the
weekend in Dunn with his par
ents. Mr. arid MTs. Floya^M,
Mrs. Rachel Lee Paul *
last week In Garner with Mr.
Mrs. J. W. Lee.
Mrs. Louis Baer, a pallet
Duke, is reported to be aboRi
sajme. She can, however,
• PROM WAKE FOREST
Benny Wood, a student
Wake Forest, spent the w
end with his mother Mrs. K.
is. K. W. Brooks
*. Me. and Mrs.
on Route 3, Dunn.
ATTEND REUNION •
Mrs. Carlyle Core and Mrs.
Johnny Jackson attended the
Beulah Baptist Homecoming on
Larry Godwin spent Friday in
Fayetteville with his cousin,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Caswell
Fowler, Jr., ot Chapel Hill, an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Susan Olivia, on Octtoter 2*.
Mm. Fowler is the former Jac
quelyn Suber of Bock Hill, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William
Collins, Route 4, Dunn, announce
the birth of a son, Dale Wayne,
Oct. 28, in Betsy Johnson Hospi
tal. Mrs, Collins is the former
Fannie Beth Hawlgy. -m u T j
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Robert
Stanley, Dunn, announce the
birth of a son, Oct. 25. in Betsy
Johnson Hospital. Mrs. Stataley
is the former Bdna Gray Moods.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Pol
lard, Route 3, Angler, announce
the birth of a daughter, Oct. 28.
in Good Hope Hospital. Mrs. Pol
lard is the fanner Nina Betti.
Mr. and Mrs. Beid Edward Mc
Lean, Route 2, Lillington, an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Oct 96. in Good Hope Hospital.
MT. McLean Is the former Nancy
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jesse
Allman, Jr., Lillington, announce
the birth of a dsnghter, Oct. »,
in Good Hope Hospital. The Mo
ther is the former Loretta Har
rahi • j • > < <
HOME FROM HOSPITAL
Tim Ledford, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. P. H. Ledford, baa returned
home Saturday from Johnston
Memorial Hospital in Smlttafleld
Where he had undergone surgery.
Mr. at* jJtrs. T. W. Eldridge
from Newton Drove spent Sun
day with their daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Oilis.
$■ Funeral services for John Dan
iel Oulton. 86, of Fayetteville, who
died Saturday, were conducted
Monday at 3 p. m. from the Erwin
Methodist Church by the Rev. Carl
Calloway. Burial was in Erwin Me
morial Park cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary
Braddy Oulton; two sons, Layton
and1 John Jr. of Charlotte; one
daughter, Mrs. Dora Oulton Sten
cil of Erwin; two brothers, W. F.
and Robert Oulton of Fayetteville:
three sisters, Mrs. Mary F. Autry
and Mrs. Lottie Ballard of Fayette
ville, Mrs. Annie Bell Oulbreth
of Danville, Va.; 14 grandchildren;
and (me great-grandchild.
He was associated for many year's
with Erwin Cotton Mills and was
a farmer of Cumberland County.
police Wednesday that he lost 106
eacudos 0*~1n a cant-game. Police
refused to help and told him to
play more carefully the neat time*
CADEBY, England (UPI) - A
thief risked his life to steal half
of copper wire etrung be
have micd him,'* an official said.
Dies In Raleigh
Mrs. Km Godwin Paschal of Ra
leigh, tormerly of Dunn, died Set
urday morning at #:I0 o’clock
Olenwood Hills Nureiag Heme
Raleigh. She had been 111
Mrs. Paschal was a native
Sampson County, daughter of the
late Chester Franklin and Nancy
Jackson Hawley. She lived in Dunn
most of her life, but vent to Ra
leigh about IS years ago. She was
a member of the Gospel Taber
nacle in Dunn and was active In
other affairs of the town while
maiding help. ‘ '
i. Funeral services were held Sun
day at | p. m. at Cromartie Pun
wal Home in Dunn. The Rev. J.
Ssner Lee, pastor of the Gospel
Tabernacle, officiated. Burial
In Greenwood Cemetery.
Surviving ere two stepsons, Law
rence Godwin of Clayton and Brady
Godwin of Selma; two stepdaugh
ter*, Mrs. Hubert Tucker of Long
Island, New Tort: and Mr*. Viola
Keaton of Raleigh; one brother,
William A. Hawley of Fayetteville
and four sisters, Mrs. Bessie War
ren of Newton Orove, Route 2, Mrs.
Clarence Jemigan of Dunn, Route
1, Mrs. T. A. Lee of Dunn, Route
2; and Mrs. Ora Jackson of Jef
ferson City, Tenn.
Former State Rep. Carson Gre
gory waa re-elected for tMrd
straight ter mam president of the
Harnett County Fartn Bureau a*
it —"°al meeting teat night In
LilUngton. Resolutions were a
dopted calling for M per cent
parity on tobacco neat year and
for financial aid for pet control.
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