A. S. C. NEWS
ASC Community Committee Elec
tlons will be heir) this year in elec
tion meetings, it was announced
this week by C. A. Bagwell, Chair
man of the Forsyth ASC County
Committee. This method of holding
the elections is a departure from
Ihe method of election by mail,
which was used last year. August
5 has been set by the State ASC
Committee as the date on which
the oommunitv election meetings
will he held. The nominations and
balloting for each committee mem
bership position at these meetings
will he by secret ballot, Mr. Bag
Community Election Boards, con
sisting of persons outside the ASC
organization will have responsibi
llty for conducting the elections.
Mr. Bagwell stated that questions
on eligibility to vote will be ruled
on by the Community Election
Board. The Regulations of the Se
cretary of Agriculture prohibit any
one from serving on the County
or Community Committee, who has
been a candidate for or held a
Federal, State, or County office
filled by an election, during the
Committeemen elected by piigiWe
farmers will have Ih' 1 resoon u: lity
for the administration of various
ASC activities, which include the
Soil Bank Program. ACP Program.
Price Support, Allotment and Mar
keting Quota Program, and many
other duties Mr. Bagwell declared.
With so many responsibilities
being placed on our countv ASC
Commttoemen, it is urged that all
voters in this year’s elections care
fully consider and vote for the
best qualified nominees for the
committee membership, Mr. Bag
IDEAL, BEEF ANIMAL
Ralph Wi'iiams, animal husband
man, Agricultural Extension Ser
vice, describes the ideal beef ani
may as one that will produce eco
nomically a large amount of the
high priced cuts of beef. These will
have the desired qualities of ten
derness and flavor which appeal
to the consumer.
Cumming Methodist Church
August 2. - 7
The Rev. Dr. Blake Graff, Evangelist
Fellowship 8:45 • 9:00 a. m.
Evening 8:00 p. m.
The publicity itch gets a lot of people, sooner
or later, but it usually gets them.
People, Spots In The News
; • FIRST of nine, the USS George
Washington, first nuclear-powered
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sile capability, is
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uses giant Sheaffer pen to auto-
JKSBRIiISBBk graph Boston Pops program for
1 Alfred E. Perlman, president of
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tensive damage to property.
The Forsyth County News
WANTED: Middle Aged Mother
and Settled daughter or couple
without children to live in small
house hack of me to help with
house work and children. House
has hath, electric stove ami fuel
oil furnanee. Write or call Mrs.
Rebecca Otwell Baggett, Lawrence
ville, Ga., Phone TH. 3—2387. Or
you may contact my parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Otwell at Cumming,
Phone Tu. 7—2311.
Twenty-six carriers cited for air
A STATE-WIDE OBSERVANCE of GEORGIA INDUSTRY WEEK has been proclaimed for Septem
ber 20-26. Georgia towns and cities are expected to participate in this ‘‘Salute to Industry” with spe
cial programs of activities. Shown above with Governor Vandiver are Clifford M. Clarke, o r, Executive
Vice-President of Associated Industries of Georgia and Abit Massey, Director of the Georgia Lipaitmer.t
of Commerce, co-sponsors of this year’s observances.
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A jughead stands out in any audience be
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There are many young people going to col
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and wind up with nothing for something.
Thursday, July 30, 1959.