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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE

VOLUME 64, NO. 48
QUINCY, FLORIDA SZSM, THURSDAY Nt1t'I 11ttt.R 28, 196 4 PER COPY TEN CENTS




Four Lives Are Lost In Two IY'S !Annual Junior Miss Pageant '







Accidents Over WeekendFour 1 JIME! Is Slated Saturday-Night 'i




lives were lost on Stale --- -
.Highway 287 in two --. -
separate auto - --
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cddenu last weekend. One died McLendon To Quarterback ClubJamboree I II 'Coronation Ball

early Saturday morning u the Quincy Church THANKSGIVING
result at a wreck at 10:30 Fri' Head Quincy Will
day evening I.S mile south of SERVICES TODAY Will Follow At
Quincy and three died Saturday I Dedication Is
night and early Sunday when an' Retail Group I Be At Sawano I The annual I Him Thank

automobile left the road and turn I lUIng Aenliv* .|..m.iirisl ky Sawano Club
ed over 1.2 mild north of Quincy Charles/ McLendon. of Bclk-Hud.' Slated SundayDedication the Oulnry MlnUlrrl.l Awe H'I-)
Willie Clarence Walker a Negro son Co., was elected chairman of Country ClubThe nua will, .beets the niimilng al I
resident of Tampa, said to the Quincy Retail Merchants Committee 10 c'rlnck In the ties) Mal4lnlMoab l Eleven Contestants
have been here preparing to be of the Gadsdon County services of the newsummary ( From
married ": was fatally Injured lumber of Commerce at a meet- 12th annual Quarterback will be held at the New "Uw' nrac""I'| Grwty"alit 4 County High
when tai9 Pontiac and log of the committee on Tues Cub Jamboree honoring the Quincy 1e ritllailrlnhla Presbyterian Church .be the title n t the sprnmnhl School. Will Compete
a 1952 Dodge truck collided Friday -day. Tigers of 19H4 has been scheduled at 11 o'clock Sunday morning .<
night. Investigating Patrolman McLendon's appointment for 7:30 Wednesday evening t h November 2B bee (Ivy R. fta'te.Hrn1n Lovely girls, stunning gowns,
D. M. Cooksey said that his Immediately effective and was the December 2 at the Sa ano Client speaker will he the Rev. .. sill .... held. In "W. talent dlspln and a new Junior
Investigation revealed that Walker committee under his leadership 'Country QubFeatured I Ralph MrOuMU Sr., *'10II the Fanl's KiMwopal Iliurrk al 10 I Miss will be the I
crowed the center I line of the completed plans for Christmas I as guest speaker at I first paste. of New Philadelphiaas .Vkx. this morning with the. :"The ingredient of

road at he wu going south and ,observance during the next fourweeks. the banquet will, be Bernie Moore. an organized church. The KcvM KM. Jolts 11)water oinviallng- lor Miss Pwyrntit' ,Sitl andy Jlin-
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Ideiiwtped the truck<< being driven commissioner of the Southeastern, Timothy Elder' Is the churth evenIng -
Conference. yd In the Qulncy High S, had:
Britt. The car glanced minlMirr.Former.
by William All stores will be open all day Moore Is former auitliorlum "beginning at 30..
a athletic director :
traveled 250 feet
off the truck and Thursday, each week' between I ministers and speakers Reasons Given
before coming to relit on the west tianksgiving and Qu istmas. and coach at Louisiana of both New Philadelphia aid Mus laura CM. (\. last year's
shoulder of the road. The truck State University He will be Introduced Junior Mlsa, will place the cuv.
Germantown will be
continued north 200 feet before Individual stores are being encouraged by Dlt k Sober, presidentof --- the Chapel among .For Slow County rid 1'1'l1l1It! Uw head of lilt
In the northbound to feature their owniromotions. of Quarterback Cub I special PilLNI'W winner the null brtiutlful and
rest
Jane coming according to to Cooksey'i report. The only activity The Quill!')' High! School fool Creek Will Be CIty Commission Philadelphia Is the! name Industry Growth must talented" of DM 11 entrants

Walker died at 2 a.m. Saturday wing sponsored by the retail committee ball coaches and cheerleaders also' given to the former GermanlownChaprl from he county's lour high

at the GaCxfcn County Hoe- will be the customary will be honored guests at the annual Checked for Acid Local Concern then It became an organized "Those who are dissatisfied with I sh< ils, Qulncy iUjh.:\ Greensboro
morning show of cartoons at the affair.During I In Imhwtrialdevelopment Havana and ChatlalKwhe*.
rhuiYh, May IS, 1980 The progress obtaining
Leaf
lDamage to the car Will est.mated Theatre Saturday December the evening presentationof \ In Gadmtrn County, The eleven contestants who will
8.The. Waste PollutionThe name New Philadelphia was derived
at 1500 while the truck prayer awards will be made. Receives City those who wish us to score a compete tor the Junior Miss title
wu damaged! to the extent of retail committee also went from the Old Philadelphia tuuchikM'n shmilil get out of the\ are; Jane Durham Kaye SIno
1300. on record as favoring a long G'Boro Kiwanis Gadnden County Commission Presbyterian Church, the oldest lands and Into the game'," Fred ford June Strickland and Palsy
A list Oldsmobile, taid to be Christmas holiday by urging all has been advised by Congressman Hall Contract mhyterlan[ Church In this area.liemiantown Jones manager of the Gadndefl Wood, Qulncy High: Margaret
traveling south toward Quincy at stores to remain cloned on Saturday Don Fuqua's office that Chapel, organic County Chamber of Commerce, Dean and Elizabeth Huber! Greens
I:20 Saturday evening at a speed December 28, the day Sets Fish FryA the U. & Public Health Service, March 21 1"8.'a.. the remit told the Exchange Club last Wednesday ,born; I'hcree lilackburn and tk.t.
between 85 and 100 miles per after Christmas. I huh fry sponsored by the working In cooperation with the The Quincy City Commission of a survey conducled by the ly Jo Smith !Havana; and FJHlireen e
hour, left the roadway .traveled In a further step toward unl- Greensboro Klwanls dub Is slated Florida Slate Health Department, Monday night voted unanimously first Presbyterian Church of Inlnxluced by program chairman lAllII'll. kilt and Lillian
153 feet, struck a concrete culvert form observance of holidays for Saturday evening, December will place a monitoring station on Consfnictiiin U award a contract to William chap; Through the years the' Mitchell Drew, the' guest IVrei, Uialhihnaliee.
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continued with
Company. i Quincy to
turned over and landed. up- throughout 1985, the commute 9, at S:30 in the school lunchroom Attapulgus Creek In the area In UN amiunt' of Ii59: 35,M fur (he help of the "Mother grow Church" speaker brmiRht out some of the! 1 SpcMI&cll'tlt by the Quim-y Junior
right 72 feet down the road.Jobs urged that retailers close on FrI. All proceeds from the! Iuppt'r.whim where find kills have been observed the construction of a new city until It became an organisedchurch. reasons Clartsden Imhistrinl devekipinent > Chamber of Commerce the conlestint .
Smart. Jr. 28. wa killed day. January 1New Years Day; I will be \held before the from dote to time In the hall and Publio Safety building Is so slow! the Intense will be Judged on schnl.
Instantly when he was thrown Monday July 8; Monday, Sl"ptPm'1 Greetuboro-Chattahaachee basketball past few )lean.on- kills are The Williams firm was low bul competition\ that exists everywhere '1l'1Ihlph'I''I'nll'nt.' creative and
from the car and his head struck ber II, Labor Day; Thursday November game are earmarked for the apparently being caused by the der when bids were opened last After the dedication services for these Industries, advantages I performing art pulse and per
utility pole. Robert Lee Williams release of Sunday, there will be a dinner' on some areas are able to offer :
a 11. Veterans Day; Thursday "CoRCh Bill Dlckson Fund. acid waste from afuller's Wednesday afternoon at CIty Hull sonallly In evening gown, youth
owner and driver of the located the the grounds. Everyone Is askedto with which we cannot compel$ !fitness In .
November 25, Thanksgiving Coach Dlckson Buffered a cerebral earth plant on The original bid of 2B2,583.73 I. sports wear and que
vehicle died early Sunday morn bring I covered dlih Open lack of cash with whichto '
Day; and Saturday, December hemorrhage several weeks creek. smut (he Unto
ing in the Gadsden County 35 Hspltal 29, Christmas Day. ago and Is confined to the Tallahassee The County Commission has was architects higher and than oily anticipated officials by so the the house Is planned from I to 4 operate this part of the Chamber 1 Coy Deal will serve a* master of I
Bell was o'clock. .
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and Arthur A complete retail calendar will Memorial Hospital. HeJoined been concerned about this appar matter wu referred to a committee 1 of Commerce.Guests ceremonies during the selectlin<
dead on arrival at the hospital. ,be produced and distributed to aU the faculty the Greensboro ent pollution and .Is pleased that fur study and alterations. in The new church Is loralM on of the Hub were Palsy 'and coronation of the new Junk
Sammy Williams, brother of at the the i retailers. Copies will be made High School : year. action la Imminent to get complete speoiflcatfcms.The the west slob; nt South C:11I81 \McNrtll Joel Emhry and Tommy Mlsa.
condition
driver U In fair after 'available to all offices and IndiIduals All plates at the fish fry will Information u to the extent of successful bidder will also Street opposite Sunnst Smith Following (he coronation< a gala
Hospital -- --
Gadtden County
Injured In the [ who request a copy from be $1.00. Any other donation the alleged pollution. The Stale have an extra 30 days to complete Hall will begin at the Sawano
wreck.Trooper being seriously the Chamber office. will be greatly appreciated. Game and Fish Commission has Ih* project Original time ,Cnunlry Club with musia furnish-
brought the fish kills to the attention calendar Tigers-Bulldogs td by DM AD.stara.GeIle..1 .
ISO
was art at days. Quincy
R. I. Hill of the Florida of the County Commission,
Highway Patrol who Investigated beginning 1960.OJnlrl't'llll1ln Harbert Gregory, day manager chairman nt the event
the accident, was assisted by Sgt. Weaver Tells HighlightsOf the Stated Tuesday that he figure la Jerry Gay. Jaycee members
Don at
Fuqua
Ralph Strong, members of the actual work would begin around serving with him are Don Elsen
sheriff office and members of 9th District has anststed the County December! IS. with the bulkllnKS hart, chairman, Bob Came. BobUllnnr.
:
the Quincy Fire Department. Commission In pursuing this being ready for occupancy on October Tangle In Turkey Game i>aul Hunk, R. C Mllla,
A tire truck was called to the matter interest In which It nu taken astrong I, 3985. and Kenny Qdtftai\ I pact
Register chairman, fllll Rnger
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Commlsiitun authorised 0t1Attoml'1
small fire broke out The
Kern when a Mission
Paraguayan and ibis Carman- D nneram and
Alton Towtee and the
in the wreckage. They reportedthat r DIIM Jsitw Orkts R. C MIU-' refresh
Sammy Williams the only Dr. Fogartie Is architect. Barrett, Daftln and By ; *
......nunP was MlI1IMhNI In the Blrlxp. v TillMhiHMt." +e. to prepare mints; Jimmy Auman publicity!
wreckage, being- trapped betweenthe After spending a month In Paraguay Guest MinisterOf i W'cn1t.... t -and gave spti- Quincy Boys To David Hums, chairman, 1> t.enharl .\..
down South America clerk their fin touthaU learns lob EUlnor and Alea Mo.Mlllan .
floorboard and the duties ol -way the! mayor and city authority pit
the vehicle. It took considerable Mrs. Canley'IsHonor Leon "Bud" Weaver has been .kept to sign the papers as noun as they against each oilier at Curry )"Id" In Bowl and Lamar Bailey I
time to free him. busyJgLxga. to dub and youth PresbyteriansOn were complete. Thursday night In their annual Play Jwlgea.flervlng

AU Involved were Negroes.The I November 20, at First Presbyterian In other\ business Monday night turkey day classic. pay a* advtann counwlors
automobile wu classed a RecipientAt Assigned to an Agency International the commission heard an oral opat clIMe regular arisen! for Game Today and mmmitt members ar John
total loss.Boy Development minks to Church In Quincy, the of the 1 U44 fiscal year both eel"o.... Allen Blltrh Mr*. HartMt MtMlllan ,.
__ Paraguay by the national Rural! Rev. Mr. Arthur F Fogartie ofPelham audit It was mad by Ned Scott Coach Cart Deaion la his I Mr*. Ula Gardner, Mia."
ScoutaGadsden FSU MeetingMrs. Electric Cooperative Association, Georgia will be the guest of the auditing firm of Purvis' 13th year as head Weaver, manager of the Talquln minister at the morning worship Gray and Powers of Gainesville. Qulncy Tigers, has directed Ms hisses tips.WI+te. flick Jacobs, Mr*. MarsarH >
Allen Drew Cantey ol Electric Cooperative had the task service.Dr. 1 Injury riddled team to S S4-I record QulncY'1 Midget Football All- Lawaon Juhnenn Mrs.

District Quincy was one of five Floridians of conducting a country-wide survey Fogartie now retired was Yule Gifts For so 'irM and a victory over Stars will Journey to Wsycruaa,i taphna Layeni Mr. and Mrs. Jack
honored for outstanding service! to to determine the feasibility of born In North Carolina, attended itv would probably M.-lj-mlon and Mss Ann & Moo
the Southern Scholarship and Research organizing and operating rural Davidson College and received the I aaaure Dxasnn a winning Georgia, Thankiglvlng Day to' (innon.Qidncy.
Has Recognition Foundation. She was recognized electric cooperatives. In Paraguay. B. D. degree from Loulivtlle Seminary Mental Patients wan In the hearts of all Quincy onmpet In their lung eslabllahedOMenofce Glass Cunpsny will
at the third annual Foundation After conferring with officials II. was awarded the degree .I football tans Mklget' BowL furnish mirrors and Stewart

meeting at Florida Slat In Washington D. C, Weaver Dew of D.D. at Southwestern In Badly NeededA Up through last waste before Qulncy will dash hi the Cowl's Young, light
Dinner TuesdayThe Jntverslty. to Miami and left the Slates by Memphis. Dr. Fogartle'i! distin Quincy pulled" out of the NorthweetFlorida opening meeting Savannah TV<* which Includ. admla.
Mrs. Canley was commended jet, September 23, and landed al 11U11hed ministry has covered 48 madrlty of patients at Florida Cunhrenre, this game gam don to the Pageant and Corona
.
annual Leaders Recognition III a "crusader In extending high- Asuncion the capital! of Paraguay the' States of Mississippi{ Slate Hospital In Challahoochr more times than nut nasally decided Georgia at I ,IIThe tlaaslr nm Hall art till t<* aills and
Dinner was \held by the GadsdenDistrict. t'r educational opportunities to September 28. The dty. Includingthe I Alabama, Texas North Carolina depend solely" on Christmas gifts me ermferenc* champkin- will be a single" elimination ... 110 nor nuilents. They may lie
Boy Scouts of America, able and deserving students" suburbs has a population of and Arkansas and he served u contributed by Florida\ cwnmuniUM. ship. This will be a thing of the air consisting of six learnt front ,ihlalnwl tram any Jaycea JIlIIIIoIJIO'
Tuesday night at Klttrell Rest through the Foundation. 300000. :Moderator of the Synod of AN IJIIIIt u Quince Is now Playing jeurgla and Flurtd. The Uani or at the deter of the auditorium

aurant. tier citation read la part: Weaver stayed' at Hotel Guaranl kansas. All of Qulmy'i oresents go to In the newly formed Gulf COM from Georgia Atlants Saturday evening.
The Invocation was given by Through her interests In young which he described as a relativelynew lie Is the son of a distinguished the Florida Stale r flnspltat where Conference with ("WpUy, Port HI are Waycross, .- _
the Rev. James W. Powell of people and their development, the and modem hotel 11 stories minister and educator the late they mean more than we ran },. and nbnintslimrn. In league Savannah and ttw Flurlda
Salem Methodist Church followed Gadsden House, the twelfth Scholarship high and air conditioned."I Rev. James D. Fogartie D D., reallxe. Presenta need mil be lavish oompptillin Quinry la M-l. eleven are lake Qty and Qulncy 'Phone Company

by dinner. Raymond Hurst, House operated by the caused a little confusirm when and la the father of a minister, the lipstick jewelry >no pins Marlanna'* Hulloi.s, with sis. A sixth learn called. DrKalb Cumly -
Stoat District Commissioner, Foundation, was purchased and 1 wanted to get supper at ( o'cknk Rev. James P.. Fogartle, part material patterns, socks' cigarettes pred and evpertem* among 11leltermen unknown to us a* tale .lo-
.made the Introductions. He then made ready for X2 young women' Inne the dining room didn't open of Myers Park Presbyterian cigars, dPI, hamlkenJuef will pmUbly go Into l'Idclll. W* understand a team Entertains At
made the presentation of certificate "She kss been Instrumental In' until I," Weaver commented. Church of Charlotte North Carolina. i- anything not breakable or the turkey gam at ioU a twoburlwbwn from oIadulII1VUIt wa* to lie entered
of appreciation. locating eight outstanding students He went on to say that the santary \ From nil present home In sharp win bl'tn11oC. of Joy.The I favorite. Marianne I II and this may be their team Awards Dinner
Awards and recognltiona were who needed the scholarship and conditions in food handling Pelham, Dr. F< artle Is kept busy drive sponsored by the! sporting I 1-2-1 record.: 1,.. tie I The Playoff will las three days
made by Francis My all. camp self-help program of the Foundstin" II real bad and even though the supplying pulpts In the surround- community ehiirche win end the was with powerful Milton M a beginning today and lasting
log and activities chairman, followed prepared food k/ufcs good you frig area. yflnrsng of December. People 1111M.. through Saturday (1/' N. 2'-2ll Th emplnyeet of Qulncy Tel*.
by national and council A former student at Florida can't \help but wonder what happened Everyone has a cordial Invitation are wiped to fi thrtr gifts During th*past tan years Quinry The winner of Qulnryt gone twill tun* Oan/eauiy and thlr guests:
round-up awards by Julian Davis, State College for Women Mrs. to U along the way. to come and worship at First however small and paw bi has bested Marianna Ov Bmra WaycriM Friday lifl al were entertained with a dinntr
CIOIM IIloner. Cantey. was also racognUed as an Heaver told about the first, Presbyterian Church earn Sunday. collection bows around the square while Marianna baa won Mir r-Io and the winners party at the JeffamM ."",,..,
eminent civic and Christian INdo Two resulted In its.n l>(0 will vie fur the Championship Twrsosy night Movember II.Th .
Kermit What, health and safety ride he had In a truck which was I The smret will be glad to give lame
ihalrman. presented the National er and successful businesswoman to a road project slat 40 miles you tags to go on the presents.Cl.ts tone was a 11-11 He wish forced Saturday at 1 p m.Th 1 anrastui was the 11th A*
In the fields of finance and ttu- HomecomingMeet and the u\iIIo.\ won
Stouter award and report of the has town. "There ar no traffic will be eoUerted at the 'a playoff tibMrrgam Mayrrns* Bowl reguUllon. soul Award Dinner. Thru whu
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nominations committee' was made UN. regulations whatsoever. You drive library for checking and pushing 25-11 then In I the' ( vary a Utll from 0* regular received/ servlr* award pin Uu*
She la at present *"* presidentand PlannedBy ended in a MM deadlock.Hen
hem I the driven W- Mr Lurll (has .
John Ward. by thought Mislay November 90. and Tues rues Qukvyt MkKM team year never ""
by of 1963: officer secretary of the Quincy Teleihone -were crazy and I know I was da,. December I. and additional I are the snare of listprM low such a- I. Maainwm age ao years; Jnhrmy C Byrd 2yean ..
The Installation Company. A charter menv wary fur riding with them. Junior WomenThe gifts WIll be gladly acwpted al eleven Quinry Marianna riaanrai I II 13 instead of II; S. Maximum ; Mr. Flormc Ullon U
.... conducted: by J. E. Gilbertpresident boor of the Qulncy Pilot dub MrsCanley Test Quinry Mt flaw
Suwanne River Paraguay's economy drpeMs the library those two days. Dwa- I 5 101 pnunds limit Mla at 120; earn, Claud. ... ""' !IIr. II years;
of the la a worker In thea-' greedy on the produrtloo and toad Junior Woman's tII... for presents will also be 14 WII 3. M yard length MA Insteadof std Jamea Ml, IK years. line
Area Ccww B.I.A. can Cancer Society member processing of agricultural products Club win rxvmber menIng gladly\ aonepte4 at that Bros. I 21 I* 100; 4. T minute quarters .. were presented with a wraaiia>
onInataDed were: David of to* First PresbyteruuiChurch. he said. Mandl..... cats December 4. U 'Clark, athe 1M' 20 stead of 0.Aammp.nlAng. Cory remark by MiU-tall. ;NTbrtw.prMtdunt .

Smith, district chairman; Marvin avert potatoes, wwpras. peanuts ( Woman's dub.This FIRST BAPTIST"SUNDAY IT 0 T the tosm will at lie company

porter vie chairman: Julian and subtropical fruit are important It a apvdal home sdeg M 30 II 5 .b* a squid of lour r+rhwrtrsxlprs. Mr. Drew stated that .bt aeepuif
It
30
' Davis vice chairman; Paul Me- Georgia Man Is food crops grown on a subststanc tor all put member and spmsnrw. SERMONS $0 I* U and a g1.ew- MI.* fancy, Melt with providing quality rte),. ..
I Laity, assistant district roan I basis on small farms Mrs. Albert' FUke will gIve The Rev. Thomas E. Oiltbn el FortfbaO 1944. The quern.Mia our WsHTibf r* a new program tmerhanlMHl
(fins mash
mlaskmer. Howard Woodward. Arrested Sunday near Asuncion. Cotwn sugar cane the hlatory of the Woman Cub pastor of th* First Baptist (]sums, M I* 21 COM Munne, rbnMl: by th balling with IBM
vie chairman; Raymond Hurst. and tobacco ar* important cash slid ton Jar IlktiardsMi will will deliver l annum anted "R football player will represtnl the nuipmml willed be biauguralwlIn
district commissioner: and John William FrarJdin Easun. of IronQly. crops In this area. There U some summarise the past Nstory of the mnvy the Mall*" at Sue ftjnriay II ro 31a leant In enrnpHIng .# the title W5. IU skied Dunakt N.Drown .

Ward, assistant district com Gad was arrested for public commercial ric*, wheat, oil-crop Huh. AH past members cordially naming servirea fAt ] 30 ttt of MM Okefanokw MldgH' Howl __lei manager, to
missioner.Th drunaenmea Sunday evening by and fruit production bring develop Invited I* atund. for reservations the evemnc aervhw .Ke will 0 41 I of IH4. Th aueen'l content will make a few remark* regarding
guest speaker during Ow Sgt. Ralph Strong of the Florida *] la eastern area. Cattle prodatkln ran $2744(1 or 2T77U prearh Les The PMMems tfrash" be held w Friday alghl with the the new program and Ma *ttrt*
'evening was Mack D. LustIer asalstant highway Patrol. to mainly located to the before December I. Then 'bud M th* ffc.* wlnvr bring chess broil enmnrf iqwn raw tntnvtdual drpanmsnt .fM
district necuflv Sat Strong reported thai he was ((>iM_I rag Two) win be a 1.00 chart per plate .Habakkuk.K ._ 011(Pentecostal Sots all ale! learn BMtklpsunf to t company.

called to the seen of a wreck alM IN .,.,.. or. MUM u MOM, 5 vice pn*.

At The Leaf I: pjn. Sunday on Highway S15 -I e Special ServicesA The panrf (kmugft Wayern I*f(dent and oVvrtor at tie aumpany,
five mu'* aorta of Havana.A annually out of the Mghkgma 4J f wu present and gave Ih* IsvoraI .
: IMO Chevrolet station wagoa *i cUl .sy rf service*. In- the week end and will lie staged CIr.
This Week had run oft the road and overturned I finding a mawg cawvntiaA; win rrlrla,. Several .Qwuisand yointf-' ,I Inumdlalrly after .--, ire

Featured at the Leaf Theatre and Earn was found to he krMl kMraiy. November 31 albe i sets will partldpsM Inch dingWYry's I FSU Mm****, Ml. Judy Ltnga*
be the only occupant preaeot whoa. ( Pentecostal IMiae Ourcbla .
eai queen.larksdad worth and Miss Lury fyJ aremtad -
Ihr th* Wlowing week starting the offlnr arrived. Ooiary. ial arovKlea tutfe
Thursday. ......,. and Saturday Sat Strong reported that r.-I dr are iann p >4.Thr In Ota tnUvttle* .k aplaamd ;r a very .Mereaitng and eaterumlAg >
,win b* 1bo Conrad." and CII will eover4 try throuab Ih* Ok pMp-aai U old songs
stated that to was srt orivtng and a* a disbtnoer I
\ Saturday also wU b* Paris .. dw* swamp. a but *< nut and I- cow swopMrs.
did not know whwaaaa wa ( bt Ihe FflowiM Hall at I
Sunday. world lie the wbnto Qu1Or
pica IV Featured on drank and aaawl out ea the bam will. UUmtA k* tile afwraorsi gnwy. '
Monday and Tuesday win b. "Fa- will W suylag tar tile lI..no, Fount
1 neat of the veMd Tb* aOret tar a apwlal aWgum rrvM weld MayIs
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Wednesday tie I
silts Purver. On said that Eaeaal car warn a tatsjkM. mO IvgM al 3 amtiiaaifaw .
Thmday. Friday and =ZFORESTRY His kijarie* were sjaiiur.. stngm tram lh* I QuJnry'l(.."". ...<.*.., ami!I Death Victim

will be -Toar Qae.t1' wee era s<* mi.l to b* ares**. litooWIndoraIdrc liesIi.* trip:I
: AII\IIIIIC cow ajuwMl sMarr *.arVtt w* Tar\\>* FVu-hrr. Wells,
REPORT JR. WOMEN fe are the Maffert tortlr. the Bra Duran Jr, Mla-h.S HAtUrru I Mr*. Fount H. May Ir. Tt.is .
SET YULE DANCE 1 JOSH* Hal Mary Kent .. .< away arty WtdnmbiyWashlngtM
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s- ns wads 1M II Tbiaimal Jayoee Jw orsIr' 4 TaBakaasr *M Mhsr *p>rUIlngsi Wad. Re4 CampheO. Share 14- i. Sther, sulkyWest
repstit Nwnhr K ea9 = test | group Tb ....... TrIo !wards, sip Das*. Terry peas, t f
, the r.-'j 1d Cbrteana Dane at Die from OK Query PMMOTMUJ Hr. hub CdwaH*. ...... E..,. UUIJanwa. bad bMM bi apparent good health
oe.Mjjaft. Kmmnkfowl. ,wag Ore Urn i< two "rII \.
,
tan adds to 2a. bsnant Manton! G.u1 Jvw 11a QD sees Claret eampoMd W A*
, 844 year feiwed q er fI wes.ds I'cy a* sat..y. Dmntor U. ..... Manly. Loas Lsflr and .Cry ..... JorryKwWL .I Funeral arrastnnts for Mr
fire reported scree at tea same *ney tram I .... II I ..... s mmjs isssDCmCAnOH rram* ....,. via ... b* WwadaR ..... lid, May awl am .... rompkted, atm
totaled .3. tuning lane wan be kmsshe4 ay flarSUitgMm atoguig sa.nl maSb.1 .*. iCtaaor. Tony Fta.< and Rkay :* ttm Weufrsea3t era,

ll arrr*.
KabKaB ki 8* QuavT .... cur I Reemadoa* cae b* Made and tlaaiMd far Sunday nxmuvj ol 11 o'clock. Tk* dwrck to located osj Sootk Mama ... Jake TB. asys. "We areaUwMng I lyMrft Woodward ,Dun and Fount May, and emaauKhler
idvti *<*a4 from any Jayceear wwte tad 4y and and Jars btMilUa CWrtMdmi Mrs- J. M. Critrbv Vr
** week awerstw* M 111I"t ; < ea a :
pant Straat SunaM Aaea te TU Ile., R Odar to U cbwek
"...... bvb Havana, .40; Juan W-'* Qua MIhre. MV Qulaqr. Ttootay .. bwua, everybody to shan 5rtM .i*>y UMHS, IMk fuhrr ,..., teal gnuHchlktrea and other ft
sad essety aeetae, .47. I{ Tkkev.. tlM as* assess t dalasa: .. Muara, and Dlaa ......,*. |badves| also --*.
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PACK; TWO : GADf"DEN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCV. Fl/Ultm THURSDAY. NOVEMBER U. 184OTTO

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ChrfiutD 'Sc\.b\ I QuestionnairesBeing Soloist and Choir


Lecture Slated Mailed To, On Program At


In Tallahassee County Farmers FSU, Dec. 6 .
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Questionnaires for the 1964 An Instrumental choir and a
December 1 Census of Agriculture are now pedal guest soloist win be featured
being mailed out to farmers and on the annual Women's Glee
ranchers of Gadwlcn dub Qirlstmss BARGAINS
County according Vespers program
Finding and facing reality
through an understanding of God to Gerald Cayson crew At Florida State University, Tsllahaasee APR PDP'PIN' STORE ,, .
leader in of the in ,
,
charge on
census Sunday Dec fr
Is the theme of a free public lecture
Alt OVER TWE
on Chrintlan Science to be the county. A university tradition heraldingthe M
given in Tallahassee Tuesday evening The questionnaire are expected holiday season, the Vespers STORE/ I Il
to reach the farmers within a will he at S pm. In Wentcott
December 1, by Ralph( W.
Comma of Evanston, Illinois.Mr. few days This wUI allow the Auditorium The KSU Bran Choir
farmers of time In which directed by Dr.
Cessna will speak In Uic a period William Cramer
auditorium of Tallahiune feder-j tocomult their 1964 farm business will present an Instninvrrta pre
al Savings and Loan Association records In order to answer questIons lude. Carolyn love Gleen instructor -
at s p.m. under the auspices of on the form accurately before of music at Augusta Ru
First Church of Christ Scientist enumerators begin calling on Junior High School will be ;
llu- subject will be "Christian Individual tanners to collect the lUred as guest soloist. tea-,
--" PWJ Jortnce races Reality." questionnaires, These visits started The 119( -volt-* Glee dub, .
JOYNER, JR. Qulncy oil Before. Mitprinv flu public nrap- on November 21 In this county. ed by Miss Betty Jane Grimm
company dealer received t'pun llr[of Christian Sderr* in l b47, Aa enumerator will call on associate t professor of music, will il
Host certificate after a one week Mr. Cessna ..ss nowspspermiui, every farmer In the district wader relate the traditional Christmas
training program and tour at the working on papers in his native his supervision, the crew lead story through the reading of the \
state by the Florida Development state of Michigan and aim in er said. At the time of the call Scriptures and inimical selections ;

Commission. This li an exit-mien, Florida, until he Joined The Chris-, the enumerator will help the. The music ranges from sacred \ !
of UM stale Welcome Station envIPPS. In Science Monitor in 111211. During farmer complete answers to any' motels of the sixteenth century'i --
Purpose of Oui part at the World War II he was a captain iniestlons that prove difficult to to composition arranged and'
Commisslcm' hospitality program: In me United States Army and understand and check the form composed I especially for them by I
U to train service station personnrl was a panel( chairman wtUi the for accuracy.The )local composers. I /l lfewt51l1Ot/e/sQ so f/6 snwsfbbec id
M they wlU be able to provide War Labor Board in the Chicagoarea. do-it-yourself aspect of the Miss Glenn will open and close I -
tourists with more complete He ls a Christian Science\ farm crocus Is aimed at saving the musical portion of the pro- : /owow !
Information about what to pre and practitioner, has been an author time and effort. I gram with "0 Holy Night. ThfInvocation eyeopdin9 pr ees 1
do while they arc In Florida: and !iMd teacher of Christian Science The Census of Agriculture and IViwdlrtloa will, ,Yuar x.,
answer hone vtilton' question since 1t52. and Is currently on taken every five years In the years be led by the Rev. Virgil U1 I 7Jo\I.Y Rg SLLIN.' _
extensive tour as a member of The ending In "4" and "9" to gather Bryant, pastor of the First Presbyterian LIKE' -I t --- -
Christian Science Board ot Leo needed up-to-date Information Is Church of Balnbrklge[ iFRIGIDAfE
Weaver tureship. vital In making decisions affectIng Ca.Arranged .
I many segments of the U. 8.economy. In tour sections, the' ---- SCHOOL
Date gathered Include program Include several carols. 1! PLAN
(Continued Iran rats tire)
Old And New the number and size of farms Thry have been arranged by Dr.,
pasture region extending round acreage and harvest of crops: livestock Irvin Cooper of the Music School .. RANGES = 4 4IIGIDAIRE
the small farm area. From the Clocks On Civic inventory information on Also featured will be carol from
outer engines come forestry product tams equipment and facilities, Poland and Bohemia.A i .-: --.:: ,
auch at raw lumber, qua Club Program farm products sold, and use of pair of compositions by Hans \ :_tasse ,e i
bracho and yerba mate ties). fertilizers insecticides, and herbicides. Leo Hauler and Giovanni( Pale- t'DoM -
"' will the _:_::_
1 wu truck by ttw strong utrlna open program. .
conlra li. For example, It was docks, indent, old and new, Featured will be "The Prophecy," h1ER -- =-.. !
tint unusual for an elegantly dm I Ied were on the program at the Qunvry a composition wrlttn for the Glee
group to arrive If the hotel! In Klwanls Club at noon Mon Holiday Homes dub by Richard D. Powell TaW -
pretty much of an old run down day. The clocks, and some Uhassce gradual student- 159.95 = =
Chevrulrt about 1054 nxxlrt! I watches, were exhibited and explained Tour ScheduledIn The Glee 1 Club will sing five of: ,
Out In the country there were day by W. L. Wood Qulncy the "Alfred Burt Carols", The 1 ;I
made no elactrldty, poor houses watchmaker, who was In chargeof TallahasseeThe Rev Bates G. Burt and his cornlposer I
but the school girl were dressed the orosTsm fur the day. Colored son, Allerd collaboratedon
neatly usually In white ned slides of a large exhibit of the carol, Originally they sent I
tormi" Weaver continued. clocks taken by Mr. Wood at a annual Mc/llday/ Homes Tour them out as Christmas cards but,I
One of the high points of his recent convention, went also presented each year by the Tallahassee recent publication has made them' "
Itay In Paraguay.... the arrival shown.Jlmmls. Garden Clubs! Inc.. .Is available :
ot Present Ivtiaulle on October Barlneau and Frank planned for rr. and Sunday Other selection Include "List! $149.95
6. DeUaulle, the diplomatic corps 1 Morgan members of the Quincy December from 2 to The CheruMc Host" from Gauls.
and the press corps clayed at the High School Key dub, were 6 p.m. Headquarters for tickets oratorio, The Holy CIty" and
nine hotel as Weaver. A couple guests Cower Pearce had as ($2.00) will be at the Garden "The Gate of Heaven" by Randall M/
of days later a national holiday: his guest Elton Lundy, a brdther- Center 501 North Calhoun Street. Thompson. 3 I"

was proclaimed In honor ot De- bylaw, ot Miami. Among the many: homes. Included Soloists fnr the program will be ififl' *** >,, Wfkl [ :
Gaulle. There was a parade, the Vice President Bob Young made in the tour will be the elegant Sandra Cooper of ilali nda..Jud1Ith raXfil W D I
raraguayan Air Fore did a fly a report of a meeting held in Tallahassee II town house of Mrs. Elise Duvall. Blue of Tallahassee, Martha I out THIS CMC'sPMINI J:
over all 11 of their planes \ Sunday afternoon. OSE0551 The exterior design Is like that of Wilson of Charleston, I. C, Jennifer SVVS.Vl t &* over 9 WITH \ $ :
8 bombers B-24 type) and I, elect ot the various clubs In old New Orleans. The Interior Black of Miami Springs, Sharon + // _- BaUoon* Us eto. StetbaVloon fbpi uD06T % _
this district met with Lt Cor. fumlshlnRi are the last word In nn ..
fighter (Spitfire dais and the: Cody of Newport, Terai., Susan s t .JC=
cavalry was present, numbering 1 Bert: Ed Walker ot Tallahassee, modem" design. Webber of rt. Walter Beach, $ t app s In to which tad PN MIND/, _
maybe ISO to 200 hones.in to discuss plans for the new year. The home ot Mr. and Mrs Joyce Graham ot St. Petersburg,! POP attached ball
I the meeting from QulnIcy Charles S. McGee Is one of Tallahassee's yusst the
his visits to the different Attending Dnuia Dtckenson of Quincy store' Inch
Rose oa lZ
towns Weaver sold he noticed were Mr. Brown oldest homes. The New
I Young.Bin Wildes Jarksonvlfle, Talks Lupklrwlcs -
people a real strait Russell : Jonct. floors, fireplace and exterior of ot Gainesville and Lana I aria s
desire todchange "In one place the' house arc original. ; Sue Paulk of ThomaMon, Ca. I Y lees ell h100A0 H other
when Die light\ plant at the church Front columns I and painted white I

foiled I come, they bringing seemed their just candles'On as happyto Grain Program brick the reflect traditional the colonial house of Influenceof Dr. and i To !I I Y le ZWe Sm l A let itb ety pur :l i

VA Officer
one of his field trips Weaver ContinuationIs Mrs. W. Earl Armstrong. The gecord but a P
fireplace In the lovely Traditional
took a ferry- similar to the boats
on Lake Talquin, only larger I living t'IKWII.. fared with Tennessee Visit GadsdenI!: smaller p

across the Parana River Into BraSll AdvisedThe crab orchard stone. i ,.1YQel Pop Kogs sag' ,. ..t
At the old brick home of Mr.
where he had his first Coke I
Veteran of Gadsdea County 11461
won'T CAts I noDus :
and Mrs. George Avant the
Since leaving the "..tea. '1. S. Department of Agrtmtttn's who need assistance In obtaining
In which Is 1M.OOO noon are ol beautiful highly pol LAST Loral AT
Paraguay
Advisory Committee on I benefits under the CI Bill, may =
square miles' and about the size ami taped trultwood. There li s catlwdral Tht. M1-RI'.
reed Grains Wheat, at the and receive guidance from Jim Weant "
of California Weaver said the ceiling In the family room FREE I
concloticm ot A Iwo-dajr meeting, floored In Ver- Assistant State Service Officer of :
the hall la TOP
entry
friendly and he nntlred
ru-:: strongly reresnmethaile Secretary meet marble.A the florid Department ot Vet-i I HIT
no of hostility toward the
ot \ L. MtairaWeaat POP
United .....*. Freeman seek continuation of the sale of Christmas specialtieswill emns will visit this area next' .RECORDS With Purchase ofCeriain ;
'
staled In summing, "From up my his observation tnlssloa, be 'voluntary .wheat and feed grainlegUlatlon. ,Mart be In available the Garden at Center the Holiday from veterans week for or the their purpose dependents of helping In == H PRICE ; I

the U. S. assistance has been very 10 a,m. to 6 pm. Tour refreahments
The committee also recommended filing claim for Compensation 49c
be served -there only.
effective and well administer by that the teed grain and wheat The Tallahassee will Garden Center Benefit or solving their muse-, FREE Hol = Appliances I
capable people at the present time
programs be of at least five yean house built In once problems This tree Service
They say that now there are old duration so farmers can make was originally a assistance to employers Pop Corn -
er and more experienced U. S Into for Henry Kutger, Territorial :1r FREE i
better plans for cropland use. under the GI BUI. and
Jamaican Po -
Treasurer by John Proctor :
advisors in the program. Evidently Helium
commodity Subsistence
The Idea ot a strategic Vocational Training P
of
builder
In the this DOltnIe. freedman many == i
past was
reserve was endorsed. This other problem Filled WI' :
or E
early Tallahassee homes The ThaI SO CORNY Wt'Rt
,
I fell also that the United Idea, contained In a report by a During his visit In this area Balloons
the local Floal-
made In
Elates Is taking Its full snare ofresponsibility subcommittee of the National Agricultural kiln bricks behind used the were Grove. Weant may be contacted at the! F ftrVlMS IT AWAY !fREg _
for assistance hers. Advisory Commission, at the time and : or the
following places '
FAMILY
Kid' SIZE BA&
OF
Anything that shows real progress .I I
In
was presented to the Secretary on the date specified: Qulncy _
has U. S. assistance In son* form October. It suggested study of the Courthouse, 1 o'clock. Dec. I;; VHfQPfSO CORN TO
such as hospitals, schools, roads feasibility of a eSO-minion-bushrt EnumeratorsNamed Chattahnochee, Port Office .:10. ;i
airport communications, water tntede wheat reserve and a 45- Nov. 10.The r. ivtttf80Uf AWtllII: I r
systems etc.Important." rUllon4u teed grains reserve I IIt 1 HereEnumel'ltOl'l
was further recommended that!
die policy of releasing. such reserves have been named I Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
Cub slated In advance. Program says covering up aaalcoholic's
be clearly -
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la Uaasden County for the generally complicates -
Census of Agriculture, crew leader the problem: he generallywill I
The discussed a longrange -
Pack Moot Set group said
Gerald Cayson today. not seek help until he is allowed
land retirement as
program
offered earlier by the NationalAgricultural i The foIIow persona have. bees J to suffer the consequence GET THIS COMPLETE I
There wtn be an Important' Advisory Cnmmlssim. appointed: Lawrence I: Deal, I ot his drinking. -
meeting of Cub Park 4 Tuesday,' fsvnred this Chattahoorhee; Pauline C She I
The Commute ELECTRIC CORN
L POPPER KIT
aid, Rt 1, Quincy; Martha
December 1, at the Boy Scout Hut to but
approach as a supplement +4a
Woodward, Rt. 2, gulncy Smuts
; J
at 7:30: p.m. All members of and
not a part of, feed train
Funk 4. plus all boys InterestedIn wheat Jean Taylor Havana; Carole J.
programs.Costs I .
Joining Pack 4 are urged to be and budgetary tlmltalll'lN Roberts, Quincy.Kiwneratcwy LEAF
la Galilean County Ji
present, accompanied by parent
were
concerning grain programs
belong to a lore of 23,000,
Cub Pack 4 is sponsored the
oy 1 considered by the wheat and ten ,
Qutncy Rotary dub and all boys; rains group, and It urged that tempo'arily the by the nation U. 8.employed Bureau l THEATRE a
from ages; S to 11 are eligible to efforts be directed toward Improving
loin. ems Important meeting la farmer Incomes. ot the Census for this year's Census
for old and new members of Cub The committee rwornmetvM ot Agriculture.\ t
Pack 4. Each boy should bring a continuation ot current USDA Enumerators are key workers Thurt. FrL. Sat.. I
parent to the Scout Hut Tuesday, la an agricultural crnsus. It Is
diverted
that
breember I, at T.JO: AH boys uned policy for graitng or, bay-harvest the enumerator's responsibility to A Saga of
from I to t t are welcome locate every farm within aa enumeration O
except when serious emergency district aantgned to him the Southwest

conditions+ exist. toe her, determine If the operator Richard Boont /nee
Present on" the advisory committee the farm has answered all
of
Thos. Memorial were members from M questiormalnt that Stuart WhItman.
questions on a I
ot U. S.
!States representatives
as
will be mailed to live farmer by Tony Frandota
Sets Yule DramaOn wheat bring and about teed $7 train blllfcn an..I'Iwhit worth the Census Bureau help the farmer when you snap up one
unanswered
complete any questions In
Mo t eNations
of new crop production ofour'64FRIGIDAIRECLOSEOUTS
Sunday evening. 7:SO, Derrmher economy annually. on the lorm. check answers
I, at the Thomas Mcmn| Chairman of the advisory group for accuracy and deliver UM Mm I "Rio Conchos"Saturday !
the Census Bureau.
to
lot Baptist Church an original meeting wu John A. Schnlttker.'
Oiristmas dramatization will be director ot Agricultural Economics A Census ot Agriculture taken Inchidei 3-qt Electric Popper right fromth .

ped. USDA. Edwin A. Jaeokt Associate every five"4s years and In"the 9" yean to .00.1 .(arm popcorn: -p4u* popcorn alt oU : "1"Igtltitc
In
The dnunaUcattm ls entitled Administrator, Agricultural tog -even colorful Csralvsl tacks and '
{
"n.. SvmhoU of Christmas." The Stabilisation( and Conservation :needed nation's up-to-date onna on ...*..IIM' cups. t
agricultural resources
writer ot the work Is Miss Shirley Service wu vice chalrmaa. Anton the I
and production. Such Informatinila KIDDIE SHOW
snit,. R. Homing Lamed. Kan.,
affecting
In preparing the program for president ot tie National Association vital In making dwdskms
.
presentation Miss Smith chase ot Wheat Growers' served as nuuw. Data segments' garnered of the Include 0.Seconomy. 1 "Paris Frigidaire Dryers $129.95

three objectives. These were: tn chalrma ot the wheat subcommittee lumber and ... of farms
prepare our hearts for spiritual ol the advisory group and the
look at Christmas, oa help us Fled Uelnkel. Columbia. Mo. acnwga' and harvest of crops ttve-c Pick
realise the I Importance of each president of the Missouri Farm stork = Information mfarm :, Up"Sun
and Improvement
Christmas symbol; and to acknowledge en Association, wu chairman of ,
Cod as the Giver ol the fed grain advisory subcom farm product sold, and on!
lire
All. _. ---. mittee. SHIM producnoa also will expaodltursa.be cntlecttd on,
L ? -- -- formattan I II .. Moiu TUM. DURATION OF SALE
use of ferttUmt' tosfcnrwes. amherbicides.

AT BILL'S BAIT and TACKLE: I The enumerators. win be trained! Robert Wolktr. ;

'la a special 4-day borne study I Burl ITla ..
SHOTGUN SHELLS course designed to prepare" them
for the farm census, their crew'

TURKEY YELPERS leader said. I "EnsignPulvcr"

Miss Emory M.mb.r ,

CAMPING SUPPLIES tot Homecoming Court, ONE WEEKSTEWARTYOUNG

I I Mla Chnnda Ktapy, daughter In Technicolor .
''ot Mr. and Mrs C a Klngry of i iI ,
Evtarud ,Motors T.xaco Products Qulncy was a member' Mdg edgneeddmhirtg ,
u rant, which ,
o 'mew hnmMommc aoOvtbes atWeskyaa : WL. Thun. FrL.

for th Collet ta Macao Gear
Everything Ouldoortmon Sot
this past we**. I II
from MOTORS to MA TCHESIHERSCHEL I t&at body Blau flaw. special
o ''trader, from Nairobi. Kenya was, The Story of the
'elected queen. Homecoming acttvlDM -< Immortal
tnrlwtod soccer lames keiMWM :1
HAS ITI Hank Williams
rUaiM. conceit by Roy : i
Hamilton popular stager and re'mnhng :
al BILL'S BAIT & TACKLE star and the aameooralng "Your Chealin'Hearls"
dance oa Anmiar tight with "WE SERVICE WHAT WE
music by the Paxica.

1205 West Jefferson (at Railroad) Qulncy I SELL"e..1
at It
i You carnal expect sucress '
..drprnii upon the (BUlur ot others..

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'Awarcncm that aubvertton nip.I toil. They are nearly all ever U you are looklruj for mixilumue .
100RIMG ported by terror, sabotage and KI'I'l'tIn Florida mist of these ,' _. guerrilla action ai practiced by !giant grasses replace their old the Hnmhiuia multiplex U your
'''' H" "W AHEAD / the International communist leaven with new one In the spring new planting neat be eoloaanlpmductlon
t ; Z movement, It it dangerous a and early nimmor then plum BumbuKa
;' : Iti &G....t h..re.aooe..aavail form of aggression at an armed You ran get a Mart of the. arundtnaeiNi, An 'between. (u*
,11 'SNIDERvIELLS'1FJ attack hat been slow in develop-I bum-h type bamboo by dividing bamboo m rolled DtnUcha
,
I.I. a.'raao. Nos. me; in (hit hemisphere at well atin clump 01hi' meta afttr cutting! --- -- -
other palls ot t he World Ithink I onhi' canet The newly I set Renfroe Gets
It I It fair I lo my that untilswn clump like "warm midst earth hi
recently there hat been alack "begin a now lite !Vi Meamy hoi
{ ( "lUT11"1 n TRO of aufftclent uIII.1'II81111111\11 summer davit are beat for setting Air Certificate

r PIN 1 KNOW' of Ihit point everywhere," I thin type of hamhrav

Caranlr Dltparillt The running bamhon do not Staff Sergeant Uilllam N Rene
ClOSE-OUT One SAMPLE In the i '" 'I i liunu Castro, Julut mi'. acnntance 1111'I'I.-11 to But with a little care they can he ,
the detrrtlm +I" t',''inmuitlttin ar the Dimocralt at Atlanlk City propagated from rMinne 1'11111.1 I mm N Renfrne S,I' iy rim,
of dutat, i 1111'1 l artro ban tern presented the vlratr:II'
"tt contained no recoimilkw ol the taken In tale nmwior or In early
iIt... .. .........., tlw Ci I Air Command (SAC) IdhicatlmAchloAement :
." !. ,'Ji. .... "'''' (that 11 inly did not Communist threat to our welfare spring, They can also .he tran
know anythint. KHII nd<"11 Man al'lo.llo the peace of U.lwld.. Mr.Johnson planted by small plant with Crrtlflrale it hurlsdate
xirt leanlnRii '11.1 I after hit AFB, U
1 o\or- apparently shelters. and plivc of rhltnme
of Bat, F", I Sergeant Renfrne .iwrived 'he
throw tlut matterJuana welcomed on hn bandwagon, The length ot lime It token to
GENERAL ELECTRIC I Cattn, 'e'i''''.s'. that sloe every left.winger, aoctalint. and grow' a bamboo scorn oVptivii on award in reeofnIHon of hli a' -
did not ronii" s 'pas her brother' Marxist tynipathiMr in the nalkm the car you give the. plant and ,cntnpHfthment" In It1tJ Air
might be a ( ""mi nm until) liO! The Ink ot avarrmti In the toil Under favorable condition Force ctf.i uty erturatlnn pto:run
I byvhkiitln tubs \m virtually Washington toward Kremlin Intrigue nl"IIIIIII,1II1II hnmhinw will ,at Offtitt AFB, N,'h
t Russian ",1".11 i s l>'",pne herintelllgetlie u chronic It It even nacre reach nuximum Midtti In tour to The temeanl It I eommunka
FULLY AUTOMATIC i I h. ,no non m rolllkt remarkable than Juana CaHlrot *eenrari.. The taller series' llona center mipervltor" in i unit
t I and her real n, .... 10 lake sales| pitiful unawareness, and noun may ref reads lop growth for IS of RAe which keeps the nation
R lie was tuip" loll .hin anilOnmmunlttt IIInlall'l'. years Intermnllnontnl missiles* and I Hhnmbem

r I ','n' ,all.1It'11111'11 What Ihe Amrrk'llJIf't'l,11' are The bamlxm I. an Intenwtingplant on omnlanl alert
WASHER of the rew ulkn m 0..111..1'I inking today la why the blwk to ..,,-II grow The culmwhethir The. sergeant, a veteran of I in
I 11 and Fhh"I 4nnnunred .he had not miAlee. attended the Cnl.ventity .
tide put around Cuba wat large or amnll. hnt the year
I""been a Communim .m r hit rolltge strengthened after Octotxr \ (2:I, tame diameter when It first comet of Hawaii In Honolulu
i daya, when It would have been easy to aho\e the mirfaee of the. ground I' Ills wife, IVrnthy, It the rtmicht-
12 Lb. Capacity I This Informal lag reminds do. They wond4r wiry Oilmngroupi than It duet shots hilly grown er ot Mr and Mm Owrlot thrown
1 Brie of the ,I. ')> stint Iwn to often arc di.'ouraalrom bar This It pivlally Inlerentlng when of Kountnln, Florida
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I existed bol\ i",11, -nil own knowledge anting Cattra They wondtr why the large diameter culnu bloat
ot tl:. 'ivalitu and U S. it la necessary to put on a silos off, I The GI'I'fII Mmterplece,, MurWjittrncrlon '
2 Water Temperatures :gownmenln ri can Thli It ex- ol force In the Cult ot Tonkin It you are a cKwe ooaerver, you tl take MAP! In the
/ i achy at h. Reds mli'nd, and thai when the beard>d CommuniMitandt :will tyilikly note that the ihealhthnt lie of a (Slant rvprewi tree that
it shy a tll' it'll,planted tgi-nlt t'lrWe the Gulf of Mexico Inveliipe the culm U untMilIv was graving 3,OIK) yean beforethe
.t 'can make ur Slate Dipartmrnl And even why the chairman ot parched off at hroncbei develop birth nl _Oirtnl _
I look like the dupe| of he Krem the Senate Foreign Kflatkmr However. In tome varieties the
kit The raw of HIlllMm WkUndi committee could tUKsrrt IIt'\\ tliratht remain attached for tone
2 YEARS friend ol rasiro Inside the Department canal accosts Central America with time Tltone ulteatlm are. the"traitenark" .
iml. the tubiieqwnl the Ruwlatw In on the projedTlnre for a number of the 7010.05I
4 itnrm tnxmd Otto Otrpka who reported are Indeed tome strange bamboo. Therefore II It often
YEARSPARTS I him !.>ml' up this tragic gHpa In today underilandliigi quite easy la reiixailw the !better
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Tuesday. December 8- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary, National manufacturers M"
been quick to recognize the riseS <
Club, 1 p.m.. Jefferson House; Blue Lodge. 8 p.m., huge new market PToduettmii
and continuing OON'T NAVE AI Masonic Building: Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, eloeal and advertising schedules to 1N51
THE aiATTAIIOOCHEE TRIBUNE
7:30 Club House Shadow Street George W. hive been geared to meet del
p.m. ; L
Published etch Thursday al 15 S. Madison StreetA challenge.
Job H. P.,.,., N.paperESTABUSlIED Munroe P.T.A., 7:30 p.m., Auditorium; Florida Highway I
eirtoee But final buying decisions are ]
Quincy Florida 1901 Patrol Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Highway Patrol Station. I always made locally. New money I Iis
likely to be spent for goods
.,m.J a... Tat*?. fal. .l QuUnr. floiWa Wednesday December 9Navy Recruiter 10:30 a.m.' and services which have been

One Yew $3.00 Two Yean $9.SO Six Monthi 11.7S Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, KittreU's; Exchange: ky Bale PllbU Jed by local firms to borne |
Club 1 Jefferson House Recruiter Poet town newspapers
I. L. Hotehinson _. PsiJwh.r p.m. ; Army Money in the pocket of the
Mom Either Suber. .. .. Editor Office; Canning Center, 8.5. i American consumer is Increasing
Don Carmas .. Advtrlunng end NtwlThanksgiving at a rate never before match The man who eonttnuany' bar.
7y Seeds For hod of casually scattering rye'gnu : ed.The rows money is apt to have Mi
Ryegrass Is aggressiverequires average family had 10 per hard tuck.
s of mowing, cent more to spend in 1964 thanIn 1
Southern Turfs and often Impedes of the the previous year, while the
$
ATfONAL D/JOItIAL/ permanent grass In spring On prices of goods remained Stable. READY MIX
rA nr. Robert W. Urhrl-jr, Director golf[ greens It Is a "softer" putt. Millions of people have new option
CBTltN The Laws InMltal inIr surface loan is a finefescuebluegrasnbentgraas al buying power. They are In the
ol$ ,, combination market for goods they did not CONCRETECONCRETE
% The South more than other region and not so attractively dark green. previously demand.
ON hail a tradition ol planting But the straw to break the camel's Each month billions of dollars
turf: from live starts. Partly this back has been its killing out In of "now" money become uncommitted. *
hat been because some grassesdo the Icy winters of recent years, The new consumer wealth
not seed well, or do not comeruetotype while bluegrames and fescues may bespent at will for variety
from seed! and s seed were little Inhibited by cold. of goods and services.
Industry based on them proves Dr. Schery then reviewed test- Hence, completely unrelated become
12P4b1N wrmomlcully Impractical PartlyIt .lag dune by many southern turf more and more conpeetllive. -
has been contenment with tradItional -
experts. He cited particularly the A woman may spend her BLOCK
In salubrious climate
a
ways University of Florida research on extra \Income for traval. Insurance
where prigs to vegetation I golf greens (Brown master the- nulomobllcft, better foods, health, :
root easily and append rampantly slat), and the extensive researchat beauty aids, finer clothing, housing *
11( through a prolonged season. The Mississippi State University sills, or on whatever else
tempo ol modem ways does not promises to bring the most sati
on winterseedlng of turf main.tamed Oakland Concrete
IF THERSV AN IWlfAT/OH OF A 6ASI&KCALL spare tradition however, If labor like a lawn (GIU master sfaction.
)DUR 6A 60MHWV costs and other disadvantagesbecome \ (heals). In both Instances Impres- Advertising plays a decisive roleIn Products CompanyAHe
mwFAu7F y prohibitive. alms evidence was advanced! for guiding the use of optional! loefefc OB*
U A MATCH TO fWt A 1itxnrsus.ve / Fortunately a lawn seed decades In- utilizing some of the finer-textur consumer in come. A newly prosperous
dustry has envolved In recent ed quality grasses such u fine public has formed no John TheessoBnwt
ss upocialla-d and tech- escues. and Kentucky bluegrass buying habits. Buying follows new MJUB MOM .,
nically competent u are Its modern for winterseedlng now that techniques demands which are shaped by I II
wvosw vmir n..rntlltta sister industries dealing In II
for establishing them with idvertlslng.
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and
fertilizers, pesticides, out mat difficulty are beconuu
ike. Competence ranges from thesearching understood.
Mississippi research
Carelessness With MatchesEach out of 'IMCla1aelectJon. Indicates that fairly close mowing'
or proven populations, through of the permanent turf before over-

year, more than 7,000 people lose their lives In watched meticulous end growing weeded in fields carefully, to seednc In October, to 1 Inch is

explosions. And many of the. tragedies result from elaborate cleaning: and blending establishing the single most wlntergrass.This Important. step for:

the careless lighting of a match, the National Board of under skilled personnel.evident Nowhere Is the season when thoughts
has this been more
The Underwriters reports.If Kentucky bluegrass naturally turn to wlnter seeding.

you suspect gas leakage In your house, check to than line fescues with In Oregon, and the The opinions of.experts from coast

see that all jets are off and call your gas company Im dared-ror bentgrasses such u lo coast Interest Indicate In copious improved new wlntergrass. research -

mediately. Don't strike a match to look for a gas leak! Highland. Most of Park these,variety Including of U you are not already i. t ts
the fart-sprouting
and finding trying fine-textured species in 'xs4urlr"
Kentucky bluesgrass
the South for your golf green seeding mix nodoubt
The Faith of the heightened use In
PilgrimsIn winterseedlng mixtures, while new you'll want to gain experience
with them under your local
Interest centers on warm-climate iYtAf
a Thanksgiving message, Director J. Edgar Hooverof seed blends too, bRet principally conditions.tog on home Those lawn.of, may you not counsel-only I { ;

the FBI paid a moving tribute to the Pilgrims and the on.bahla-grass selections with...-. tn emphasize wintetaeed ,
Ideals they left to us. Then he said: '"Pegrettably, too Dr. Schery then reviewed features for theconference more widely (It need no longer M..I be I
technical
Americans no longer car. about religious Ideals the seed primarily the privilege of the
many In a \lawn
quality
that spell wealthy), but suggest "allpur
and heritage. To some, our Is a out procedures of
country fantasyland Wend pointing; pose" seeding' for easy maintenance
imw filled with complimentary handouts of rights and freedoms the domestic lawn seed Industry of "average" lawns where
,eed-
seed
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without obligations. With patent Indifference, they that nowadays keep contaminants the constant care demanded by
without
free and
special bPnnuda'Irktiel St.
shirk the mere suggestion of Individual responsibility. and of high sproutablllty. Colored Augustine Is not possible A or new C( (1l1tlClu JtI
Their purpose in life Is lost In moral lethargy, sell-Indul slides depleted graphically thegrowing era in winter beautification seems ;
1364 and neglect of duty. and harvesting methods to await the South. I I O '
Day gence for Kentuck bluegrass to Kent flJfka #
A cynical unthinking attitude such as Mr. Hoover ky. the Midwest and the Pacific- CTBANS ASK! ASYLUM I I

In the Ur ited StatM of America November traditionally describes can, if ever It becomes wide-spread enough, Northwest; and of fine Pennlawn fescuesChewlngs. Forty-four Cubans seek admission A bedroom telephone in her choice of colors will be '

Is the month of Thanksgiving. It U the tim. prove suicidal for this or any nation. AU our material ( and ,Highland Illahee,bentgrass\ to to the United States slier. cherished by every lady in your house. Call our
etc.) leaving a Cuban airliner at Gander V
especially ..t aside to give thank to our bountiful abundance could not th.n save us from ultimate destruction Oregon. Newfoundland. The Immigration business office today and let ui help you arrange

loving providing Father God. as a free people. Those who forsake duty ask I The advantages to seeding tail service said the Cubans deeded this happy surprise.
for masters who will Impose duty the duty of slaves. are many. Seed is easily stored after their plane, bound for
It 1* the time set aside to look appreciatively at our I and handled does not carry disease Czechoslovakia, made an overnight
many blessings. It Is the time let aside to give thank I The faith ol the Pilgrims was never so greatly needed or pests. State law requires stop at Gander for fuel and

for all the things we usually take for granted. as it Is today. that its quality and its composition minor repairs. More than 200 Cubans
must be made clearly evident have defected via this stop.
Thanksgiving quickens a new spirit ol appreciationwithin on the package. Its planting JVL1,1
us. Thanksgiving creates joy. Thanksgiving QUINCY those days Is mechanized what The Vatican has granted s special Quincy Telephone Co
with dispensers that spread 1ev11y It dispensation to Delta Air Lines
faith. for our blessings never lolls
builds
Thanksgiving
and powered gear for preparing for air passengers from abstaining
to open the way for mote good. Thanksgiving sets In CALENDAR OF EVENTS a good seedbed. There are from_meat on fait days.

motion an endless cycle ol good that enriches us In chemicals to knock out old vrget
I A Community Service by the '*, allon, eliminate weeds. Many
mind and body.
residents In the South come
Let us make this an unforgettable day of Thanks: Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 127-8518 newer from areas where seeding is the NOW ROLLING[[ IN. .

giving. Let us give thanks for peace, life, family and standard way for starting turf
I Ifrllndl. Thursday, November 28- Canning Center, 8. 5; Florida and are familiar with the pl'lOotJce.
worldin
Let thanks to God for the glorious
us give enough to
Is simple America's
State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert Street. Seeding most popular cars!
which we live. Let us give thanks for our blessings be done even by the elderly! ; it

great and small Let us say, "Thank You God, for every Friday, November 27- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al- Is economical enough so that maintain It
to
thing. The Daily Word. Anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parrish House; can be the done lawn repeatedly full and thick, repair So place your order now for delivery on tin beautiful

Canning Center, 8 5; Pilot Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson such damage si chance: may new kind o/ '65 Chevrolet lhaft right for you/

An Overwhelming Case House; Air Force Recruiter, 9'. 12, Post Office. I bring.Seeding in autumn to provide

Monday, November 30- Klwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson gracious green lawns through ,
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has long
for certain winter "wlntergrass" it
Medicare
of the
plan providing
Proponents /dz !
House; Canning Center, 8 5; Social Security Representative charmed visitors Most recreational ,
medical benefits to people drawing social security payments 9:30: a.m., Courtroom Courthouse; Boy turfs are seeded to wlntergrass.
Intimate, if they don't actually state, that next to New research has been looking
Scout Troop 203 7:30: p.m., Scout Hut: Girl Scout
nothing is being done to meet the medical problems of the for Improvement over the old met
Troop 143, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church.
n.edy.ld.rly.
Nothing could be farther from the truth. Tuesday, December I- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary SEPTIC TANK

Sometime ago the federal Ken-Mills law came Into Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board SERVICEVACUUM

being. This is a Joint federal-state project which puts Meeting, 8 p.m. Club House; Lions Club, 7 p.m.

the administrative responsibility where It belongs at. KittreU'e; Saddle Club, 8 p.m., Auction Market. 11 CkwroU Impala Sport Coup
of the national level It offers healthcare
the local Instead
Wednesday, December 2- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m.,
to all elderly people who are actually in need. And Post Office; Jaycees 12 Noon, Klttrell's; ExchangeClub '6S Chevrolet Impala It's longer, lower, wSdai-with eomforti that'll fcm mtny

It Is a complete program encompassing hospital nursing 1 p.m. Jefferson House; Army Recruiter, Post expensive! ears feeling a bit envious.IS .
home, medical dental. surgical and drug care. In this
Office; Canning Center, 8.5; Marine Recruiter,
It offers much than Medicare.The .
all-Important respect, more .
9 12 noon, Post Office.
taxpayers are meeting the bill for this. If Medicare .

also became law and the strongest kind of Thursday, December 3- Canning Center, 8. 5; Florida

pressure will be put behind it when Congress next convenes Stat. Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. CLEANED

we'll be paying twice unnecessarily. And and At REPAIRED
Alcoholics
Friday, December 4- Anonymous
the Medicare bill would be no small one. It would Increase Anon Family Group, 8 p.m. St Paul's Parrish House;

the social security tax, borne by employers and Shrine dub 7:30 p.m. KittreU's; Canning Center, I 627-8403 I II \

employees, to 10.4 per cent of the first $5600 ol annual 8.5; Junior Woman' Club, 11 a.m.. Woman's ClubHouse _
1971. That works out to $58X40 for each 627-6861
Income by ; Air Force Recruiter, 9. 12, Post Otface. Nights
covered worker Many think that even this wouldn'tbe I OttDt Valfts SHUT Sport Coup

sufficient to meet the costs, and that Medicare would Monday, Dec.mber'7I1wanla Club 1 p.m., Jefferson I QUINCYVAULT
Imperil and undermine the whole! social security system. House: Canning Center. 8-5; American Legion '65 Chevelle Malibu It'l smoother,quieter vita V8s syllable that com OB up

We have, In other words, under Kerr-M111a a well John W. Shaw Post No. 84. 8 p.m.. American Legion CO. to ISO hp strong. That's right-ISO.

conceived method of aiding the ill and Infirm elderly.It Home; Social Security Representative 9:30 a.m.. VAULTS MONUMENTS

can be further broadened and Improved if that Is Court room. Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203. MAINLINE DRIVEQUINCY it na'i'se

found necessary In addition there arc all manner of 7:30 p.m.* Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m.*

public and private welfare plans. The medical profession First Presbyterian Church. _ _____
itself II pledged to provide car for all in need

regardless of the ability to pay. The case against Medicare Peninsula Motor dub MA.I FOR -
cautions driven pUnnlng a long
Is overwhelmingly
strong.
drive not to cover ton many miles;
OIL
In one day. Stop he the1 night ss: -cU1 FUEL

"In The Spirit ol Free Enterprise"A soon si driver fatigue\ begins to

overtake you. HOME DELIVERY (isep U Nwe 4-L.., Safes
A time ago Congressman Fred Schwengel I

mad. a speech In the House on the Impact and import. SINaV, .rLL
of In the free The heart Usve your pet duck at home CALL 627-8888 '6S Chevy II Nova It's the liveliest, bu&omest thing that ever happened te
retailing enterprise system.
once when you go hunting, says the thnft.VSs available with up to MO trip.Ns .
ol what he had to say 1s found In this paragraph: "Th. Game end Fresh Water Fish \11L. q In Quincy

major types of retail Institutions today Include Independent Commlsrinn. Conservation tawspMvlblt aid \ .
stores, department stares, mail-order houses, chain taking (ante wttit 4 663-2319
of ttve. decoys. _____ I
stores, cooperative chains, supermarkets, discount houses ChattaHoochee
to mention a few. Competition among these Institutions In I
for the customer's dollar Is fierce and the customerIs Insurance Center DISTRIBUTOR ,

benefiting as a result Prices are being held down 1121 West Jetlenxm -

wider selections and better quality goods are being made PROMPT. DEPENDABLE.

availabl., store decor has been Improved, selfservicefrom PAT THOMAS COURTEOUS SERVICE
more attractive merchandise displays has mad. i
and facilities Cd ear Cdr.. Spar! ..,. 1
shopping faster easier. Parking are more INSURANCE. INC. -
accessible and convenient hours
readily more shopping '65 Corveer CorM Ito reeW, It's roomier-kl Carralr .
enable the family to shop together. All of this has been i WE Otvn sgsuu. WiU mere rear-engine a pover.Order imtafa ...

don. In the spirit ol free enterprise.
That II quite a tribute, and It Is eminently deserved SERVICEOIL .1'" 10 e,, IIION bs by llM ours rsoe pe pie buy

More. It Is worthy of wide public notice for. as Mr. I a into QumU Clmg, Ckry J7. Corsair or Cbr>rtf< toy at your oVaZtr'f
Schwengel also said "The retailers service tq modern

society Is one that Is too often taken for granted. Our On Stop Means CO.South 3TAMP3

grandfathers. It Is safe to say. would look on today's Complete ServIce I MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

r.ta1llndualrf with wide eyee and consider It somethingof Robert Street ON ALLPURCHASES
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DaJEN mtJNTYmlESQUINCYn.oR.IDA.THt'I'on\y.? NOVEMBER. 1964
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and Mn Carl Russell .>( ra:1; t.
1Irrso hanwe were mint visitor with
tt ct [s M.... J K Ruseell due In tht IU>
teas nt her himhand
Mr. and Mn 1 Ijimnr. Smith
Mn Ray Jordan has returned have returned from Miami where
lflfc tn her home In Bnrtow folkwluga
they apcut aeveril ,ta)'v Try
vliill with her awter Miaa Mile were aeenmpanled hv Mist' l.\|.
Gn'gory. alike' Smith. who rrmnned for *
Mn FVerett Miinme and mother longer vied and returned ter-
[ Mm J A. MoOormai are upending day with Mr and Mm .T r McNelll -
this week<< In Orlamki where .
-(: :: Mn Monroe la attending a welfare Among the senre from Quincy
usic
fillore We are the most prosperous people the world has ever seen I Even the poor among meeting attending the tJnlven.it>' Ii M 1 rF

I live In princely comfort compared to In other lands. Our Mn J. N. Honey la visiting Irk FSII foothall gnmi 4ituprlTy
some is famous
country for its her mm In law HIM! daughter Mr. In Tallahaaaee wen Mr and Mia.

I The beauty and fruitfulneee, our cities are as modern as tomorrow, and our future glows with out Mn C. W Thomas. Jr.. and Howard Fletcher Mr. and Mrs.
o1 ! promise. God has indeed been good to us. C. D. JcJtnmin has return Jamei MnhaffevMn

! .. t. evd tram Bmdentnn where sho atemmied I Lee R. Mnnroe and (rranduiKhtiT .
But with His bounty of wealth and God has given us responsibilities Becausewe a PTA mrrllna. ,' Julie. Miairne left by
Enough power, Mr and Mrs Dirk Seder, Mr plow this week for Atlanta where
have so much, we are called upon to share what we can spare. And we are required to itxl Mm Taylor Grantham and they are "upending a few days,
Mr aikt Mrs Phil Me Mullen at
Mr. Wood
Mn
and' Sylvester
f r and pray for the end of ignorance, poverty and suffering wherever they are found. tended the Mball game In Talhamicr want, rM.I Mn Bon Ounoan.Mr .
Saturday and : Sanity\ Johnson and

t \'work To be able to give is a blessed privilege. Let us fill our churches and join in heartfelt Smith Pete(V Roar Hclclsvillr of Quincy. <011.and nhnti'nl tarry Mr. and Mn attended J<*the Wilder Florida ntftalnetvtlle .

to God that we have enough and than III the l.nll..lly d C.'ItIIl. r'SU game Sntunlay
;\ more enough. to share.
: Athena, will\ IIIk'lki the hnllilHM Mr and' Mn I'red loam lit-
with ",,,.'1 pniviila Mr end Mrat tended the 4Hih Annual FlorIda
f( '. "" \fII Edwin t hour Slate Owmher of Qnnmero
I \ )I): ', -7--: Mn Sam Illgikm lift Tic a''tay m .{ # Tirhoro, N. C. tn vtiiit her
\ ,... for Mn Tracy 'Idlle and daughter
f .. .(. Copyrlfhl /, K.l.t*AdnrUtln Seeder Ino, stmburf V. nine\ Mrs J K. Si nulti end Emit) kit Titenlfi.v for \\ltlliitnn
'. .... "' will return to Quincy after haute to gent| the Ml,'lays with her
mother hire. T 1 L Ililnney In
mmMln tulle dark hoe returned)\\'n:'.li'"i
tn SI 1"lrI'IIblll'1l. alter Mulling
i VI Minn Marjorie Theme
Mn J. R Annntmna has left
for !Sanla Ante Olif to vied
her on In law and daughter Mr Earn dividends
,
iml Mrs Thnnian Hwwn and tern
,ilv' She will mnaln their through
OirlntnwKMr in less than
, and Mm Henry, Orailv, hadpieuli
HM ee !"SiimlH) "'rlrI1Ih11'1'11
end ramVhlldirn Revalt I I of !Stark Mi amt Mn W.
,n. Ilimkett nf 4a aAj +art .. e.w land Mnllry Grady and dnugh
I
ten of Thomamllle and Mr and I
, :t Mn. J C Reared ant on of Uflln
hrlilifMn
OennK1 Mimmc attendedthe
Flaidt .'111'111 Hureail >Vderallm's .
Annual' State O.iventl.",>
y ",hlch wan "held In Orlandn tie
.. Ihrne duv
Mn .:\lIIIIII'lh Jtvlwv has returned -
In nimilnkham after vWN II
Inn her frlemlnMr mother !Mn J M Hameiand

1 Y v and Mn Hvrt, !Sillier
pent. aevrrnl days In OrlamVi rev
emtlyMr.
} fete and Mn tVlham Sullivan
will upend HH hollilnv' In Ja'k.
aranlllr with her brother In law
and deter Ju>l IIII' and MnOvirle 5enJ 5avngj fo
f It lenlt Tliem will he a
Stevrna amity reunlun (her*.
) Going Iru" Qiilnry will he Mr.
(e and Mn HuBh Steven. daughter LEON
jt j Mary, ann Ihwh Jr and Mr and
Mn John h). Slevrna 1Vr will
( aim'' he relatives trio Miami and
a other niilnti.
... Mr and Mn rVrrett Morn Federal r
.",11111'8I.. Mr ail Mn OiarleirvVaim .
.. <4 (Jike lly attended the r
t
x r s aEr rlHrtla KSVI lanw Ratuntay
Mr and Mn Ifcuklv IW"1"hnugli TtiUHustiby /
.. : and .m n( take (tty apnl
the weekend with her parent. Mr.
and Mn Wn" : THE CHURCH FOR ALL ; +4'' and Mn J. C fhTUKK <* Dec. 10th 1
r Jackminvlllii upellt the weekend
: ALL FOR THE CHURCH a 3e4rff 4 Aew with "her purents, Mr and Mrs
.'
:, The Church if the greatest w 4, I"factor Melvin. W lArtinMn r ,utter la vNtlng "her

on earth for the build let In law ant daughter, Mr and
ing of character and good Mn Freeman ll"rt Jr. In MaronMn
citizeiuhip. It 11 a storehouse fur three wrrkl.
of spiritual value Without Mho hnnh. her daughter.
Mn MIMI J Whltehiin, Jr,
a strong church neither 1 i emi t eWMrm, MlIff IIHh Whlle-, LEON FEDERAL
democracy nor civilization hart MlM N"III" Whllehiint, and
can survive. There art four a friend Idea Weveni fit WllllitmMn .
ound reasons why every Jew lie...... Jr. and Mr. and SavIngs ond loon Atiodotlon(
person should attend services Mr!. (flue Wimm ttlwardi.' Jr NOME orricii
rxln Wtntm III aHmMthe
end men
and the
regularly
support
e' norkta/ r3U game In Tal- III Salk Moms
Church.They are: (1)) For his p "
own sake. (2) For his chile 1aIIfM"7.'L. : thither nf Atlanta HAHCH 011I((,

dren's sake. ((3)) For the sake y Y :o r have relumnl h nw f'Jliiw- Pa,..., Sheppl" r"l"tAU'
of his community and nation ,. Inf a tied with Mr amt Mn A.li. .
(4)) For the sake of the church t HiilierMr "'"''
and Mrs. WlmleU
ItUMrll n(
itaelf, which needs his moral ,.
4 Vitiate, M and Mn J. RKaMer
and material support Flan :? t Mn U II flr IHary and
to go to Church regularly Mrs Ililllp Lealn, ell Thumiuvtll'

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w PAGEPersons W ( .,,v. Club Gretna Meets Garden


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Thursday Nov It. Crelns
having Item ol social nature or* urged to cafl 1. den dub was In charge of car-l

Mrs May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 4.H Club Circles with Mr*.
Poppell u their leader.

D<. .U U U1oAAu Refreshment of punch and
cookies were served to 300 pa..
tents at the State Hospital Favors I
Woman's ClubIn flower and
t da a were bags of candy
which were given to each by the

Friday Meet 44 Blrls.. I Ir'
The fun enjoyed by the group
I and the appreciation shown wa
The Qulnry Woman' Club me moat rewarding

Friday moraine Nov 20 at 11 Following a poem written by

o'clock with 52 In attendance Thrpl't'Ild'nt 'J one of the patients, Mrs. Nellie V
Mr*. Clinton Battett, Letterman:
1s presided .
:" T* Our Gardra dub "
Mr L L WUIIt gave t beaut .N When you with you had something

i ful devotional on "Poare" after .': worthwhile to show
which the secretary, Mrs. Tracy For the hurrying day ts they
Riddle read the minutes of the come and go wtey
October meeting This was foe Look back on the day you brought ,
r lowed by Ihe treasurer's report pleasure and cheer, ix U
Home life chairman Mrs L. To the patients of this hospital tl beM

L Willis announced that the Who waited here,
Christmas program was planned xrwting and hoping for a happy
t for the annual party which will be t1 I tIIr time .
an event of Thursday, Dec 3 at Prepared by kind ladle of this i
7:30: at the club. This I* Husbands' Southern clime r
Night and a good program We share s mutual love of flower .

and buffet supper are being plan ,
The Joy and appreciation of

nedMr. Lanier Richardson, soda Nature's power
chairman, reported that the And the magic that touches the
luncheon committees for the land so bare
monthly meeting were functioning Inking beauty spring up around .w
nicely. and that the County Federakm --- -- us everywhere L o-1., ++A, M
meeting which the Oulncy When some are confined and csn'
Woman's Club and the Juniors Mis Moselle Peter Vincent get about Mrs. Kenneth L WarrenTrilleWarren

had! charge of, wall successful. Colonel H. Farley Vincent of New Orleans Louisiana hey are so very grateful to those -I ITrI
who from without
Public Affair chairman, Mr*. come
Fred Klbllka reported that the, announce the engagement of his daughter. Moielle With cheery smiles and acts oIt Vows Recited

Mrt Bastelt Mrs. Bon Lovin- Peters, to Robert HaLburton Maxwell, ion of Mr. and lave
"T'e'nt goud and Mrt E. M. Dyal attended Mis. Thomas Lawson Maxwell of Quincy. Is u though God baa lent messengers TV marriage of tanMI:1:
'r' :
", a meeting on law enforcement Miss Vincent, whose mother was the lat. Moselle tram His garden above Lee *, daughter t Living Pearls
r ) and crime prevention In Madams "In 74ibite"May Mr Chart A. Trifle Marlon, .
,-r-\ ,. ..) 'I'':' recently, which was outstanding Peter. Vincent of Quincy is the granddaughter of the we express our appreciation Iowa, to Airman Kenneth E. War-
!' v She also reported on the Count late John William Peters and Moselle Ogleiby Peter for our Autumn Garden Party, mi, ton of Mr. and Mr. James by Guy R. Wade
ift.. ie .. Federation 01 Quitman so ray.Prepared. r. Warren Sr. Cairo Georgia
--- M meeting. She announced Georgia. Her paternal grandparent were LOOK FOR T7I4KSGIVINCtThere
that the country store the late Mr. and Mrs Isaac Vincent for the patients of FS3I took plsce Saturday, November :
Harvey of New Or.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry David Sykei which the club Is promoting Is leans In such a delightful way, 14, at 7 pm. In the Qoverdale I II one III'MOIof the ,
doing splendidly Mrs. Battett, She Is also the great'niece of Mrs. Charles Richard As the garden clubs serve, In love, Christian Church, Montgomery which I look forward to a* yen

I Miss Martha Ann Kemp And the president, thanked the many Shaw of Quincy and Jacksonville. The shut-Ins lahama. If not more than any other.much That
members who are contributing Miss Vincent graduated from Longvltw High School (And so many need kindness and a The double ring ceremony: wa time I II the week of Thanksgiving

ware to be told and are axsistini Longview, Texas, attended Tulane University at New smile) performed by the Rev. John Lambert We all look for a number of
As make the day brighter for
In the work. you In the of the
David Recite Vows presence pareats
thing
Orleans Consciously
Sykes and or
Jerry is her studies unconsciously
Mrs James Watts, correspond presently completing for an les fortunate folk, of the couple and Air Force: we should all be on the
ng Mxretaryl, read two lettersol t.B. degree at Wesleyan College In Macon Georgia Your own live become more II lrienda. "look out" for blesslngt The

Miss Martha Ann Kemp, duiiRht- a red rote tied with a mulching Importance She Is a member of the Naiads, a selected synchronized : worthwhile.As Attendant were Airman Helen! more we look for these the more
er of Mr. and Mr*. Walter A. ll o..- bow Little Mist Jewell Poston, Mrs. J. L. UedcnbaUKh reporter swimming club, a member of the Dance Club, the Rifle Thanksgiving Day 1* almost Harris. Buffalo N. Y., and Airman of these WI will see Blessing
ton of Gretna and Jerry David bridesmaid and also staler of the that the January program wasilanncd. Club and the Cabin Connoisseurs.Mr. here, I William Gage, Ft. Lauderdale teem to take on a beautiful !glimmer
Charlie bride blue dress And we count our blessings true .
Eyket, ton of Mr. and Mrs. wore a exactly when
Sykei, alto of Gretna were like that of the maid of honor. She Mrs M. D. Walker, Youth Conservation Maxwell Is a graduate of Marion Military Instlute. This lovely party and the friends The bride wore a white wool i* determined they In are the l'OlIntrd.'hat heart I ill usually .

united In marriage Friday, November alto carried a red rote. I Chairman, announce Marlon, Alabama, attended Abraham Baldwin Col- we've made wit trimmed in white mink with teen In the eye. If you want
6 at the home of Mr Charlie Sykei served) a* his, that Christmas gin for the boy ege at Tifton, Georgia. Tulane University, and Is presenty Will be remembered In happiness, brown accessaries.: Her !flower to be gloomy, there' gloom

Marilyn Todd at 7.80: pm. with son's best man. Ushers were John at Marianna could be left In a completing his studies! for an A.B. degree at Valdoeta too. were yellow rotes. enough to keep you glum: if suit
the famllle of the couple pretent lIoward and Randall Eugene Pot- box placed al the Country Store State A reception was given by Master want to be glad, there' gleam:
The Reverend Ralph MvCmklll ton cousins of the bride. I rite them and urged members not College, Valdosta Georgia. He was a columnistand Shower For Sergeant and Mrs. Heyward Butler enough to keep you glad Better
performed the Impressive double- The bride, given In marriageby 10 forget the boys.Mr later editor of the college paper, the Campus Canopy, In their home. to lose count in enumerating your
ring ceremony. The wedding party her father wu lovely in a *. Albert Hake displayed the I member of the Literary Club and the Shades of Gray, a Miss Hardee Mr*. Warren I* a graduate of Meeting than lose your blesslnc
stood In the living room flanked dress of whit bridal satin. The Memorial Book and expressed sadness I debating society., Alter graduation he will enter the the Marlon. High. School and ofParis in telling over your troubles.
seven-branched can hell shaped skirt was street over the lout of faithful -' Beauty Oil.ure
by two a Since will be
nVIuhraa which were decorated length. The fitted bodice featured member, Mrs. Cary Everett. family business, Love Leaf Tobacco Corporation in Mis Annette Hardee bride Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mr: "thing*"you thus season, sloe counting find

1 and pink mum a scooped neckline and abort Mrs. G. O. Barnett, finance Qulncy.His. elect was honored with s mlscel- Warren U a graduate of Quincy think of the untold "thing flint
11a Itjppi1", pianist, play sleeve Her veil wit nylon net chairman, made an outstanding paternal grandparents were the late Mr. and aneous shower Tuesday evening, High School.Mr. could have occurred to you. to
ed traditional wedding mimic. over a crown of tiny seed pearls. report on the proceeds from the Ait. Lee Osborne Maxwell of Calvary Georgia, and November :24. and Mrs. Warren are staoned your home, and to your family
Mist Mary Potion, maid of She carried a white Bible topped tickets: and adds for the concerts its maternal The home of Mr James C at Maxwell Air Force Base, This Thanksgiving lot us rejoice
grandparents Dr. and Mrs.
honor, and titter of the bride with white rosebuds and while and on the Country Store and are William Lambert, hostess, ws the scene labama. with the writer of these beautiful
wore a stwt-li'nKlh drew of pink streamers. Iler only Jewelry was rummage tale She also reported Campbell McRee, Trenton Tennessee, of this occasion. Fall flower and word, "The Lord hath done great
prau-de.scote featuring a fitted a string nf pearl, a gift from Die as one of the ep mites for the The wedding will be December 20 at SL Paul's wedding decorations were used In Card of ThanksWe things for ut, whereof we are

bodies and a bell tklrt. She wore groom.Mr union, praising them In their Episcopal Church Quincy, In the presence of the Immediate oral points.Followhng. glad." Amen and Amen.
and curried Potion chose for herdnuKhier't work and would like to express our
a miititing headpiece << program appropriate games directed
with
the Rev M.
family John
wedding a burgundy Mrs. John Haves.. Fine Arts- Bywater offldatina.. by Miss Mary France thaw and appreciation to our
drett and black accessories. Her Chairman for the dayitod in Cox the gifts, collected In an open many friends and neighbor for Card of Thanks
NEW RATEFOR I corsage was pink carnations.The roup singing with Mrs. L. L. lion and Safety. Hospital Report; I white umbrella were opened' by their kindness ahown in during
I mother ndofJ'k groom wore Willis accompanying at the piano.: He said that obedience to the the honoree. ckneu and death of our loved I wish to thank everyone for
a blue dress accessories, M.... Klbllkt, who had charge law begins In the home and mutt Admissions Refreshments were then served one. And for the beautiful floral their visits, cards flower and
I her was also pink camatlont. of the PI'Oll'8lfor the in- be obeyed regardless of how the : November 17, ferlngn.
CITY CAB conwge day through November : by the hostess. Assisting In IIIJ'YoInr I many kindnesses during my recent
2tMra..
taws change lie told of the Increase May God bleu each of
-
you
traduced the
speaker after she Elaine were Miss Cox and Miss Mary II... Your thoughtfulness
the a reception of accident In the state Brumby.Mn. Tamil Mae The family of Mr*. dan
Following ceremony ed tn the pledge of allegiance to lubbard ephens. will always be remembered
'
25c In City the dining giving statistic* to It andl'IIlIII'IIo [ Mrs. Joyce Hat Mrs, Miller
was held In Ihe flag. prove Among those attending weremothers I Mr*. James then, I
Shirley Robinson
.
Mr
'
table He paid It Is not the Moon By daughter Nellie Potter
brides was covered The
The speaker C
'room. Captain Roger Bowen, Walter R Jones the of the bride and _
Out of Town TripsIn hand driver (who Is extra cane Jr. Mist
with an Imported, crocheted Collar Chief Safety Officer from younger Caroline Pinton groom elect Mrs. Ernest Lee
Proportion I table cloth. On one end of he Department of Public: Safe- lout) but those who have driven Smith, James D., Edwin D. trdee and Mrs. James Wiley
Munroe
PHONE I the table was the three tiered ty, Tallahassee, made a very 10- several years and gotten too much May Sr. Ronald Brewer Fount Daniel, Sr. of Tallahassee Light Her Way to Sweet Dreams
wnkllng cake which wu decorated formative and interesting talk on confidence or become careless.Captain : .. Quincy;
Matter this Christmas
John with Gift
tuners, Mrs Dorothy a
I
627.8141 with white rose buds and topped "Law Observance, Crime Pleven.ESPECIALLY Collar said that faulty ate Hutto Robert L. Mrs. Ray Jordan Is
I with miniature bride and groom.Around hide topped the list In causes Blackman of Beautiful Lingerie
a _. Mr*. Amelia H.
0 Noack. and Mra.
DIRECT TO CAB I the bate of the cake IacJ1I1't'l'll of accidents. Lack of knowledge Carol Brown, Ilavana. G. u Good Honoree At Bridge I
WM mmd lark of skill decline
fern and tiny pink mumi
Night Phone 627.3277 were delicately arranged Mrs. FOR of use 'of skill,nti\f.jualid\ faulty ton, Mrs. Roda Sharpton, Greensboro Mr*. Ray Jordan, who Will visit-
; 1 Marilyn Todd cut the cake and condition of car, fourth. ; Mr*. Dorothy Johnson Cret- log her sister, Mint Mae Gregory
"You Call 1 na; Ernest G. Youngblood, Winter was the honoree at a bridge party
Johnson poured punchfmm
the
Mrs. Joyce THE MEN ON Following the talk womenasked Garden William
; Franklin Eanm
,
Were There"w. a crystal bowl which was at many questions the an- Friday night when Mrs Pierce
Iron
Qty Gt; Mrs. Thelma Ham-
Williams entertained two tables
A. McLAUCHLIN I flu The other bride'end of bonk the was table.kept byMiss YOUR Gin LIST to ohm the to group which were very helpful mett, Tallahassee; Mrs, aetrcy at her home. Autumn flowers were f
Mae Hardee .
and and Mr* Or SmIth at focal points IntII! living and
OMIMT .
flprrahir
I Mary Poston.I Mr*.. Robert Freeman wa chairman Imford and Mr*. Mary Parker,
(IIINCY, t'I.OIIIII\ I When the couple left on their dining rooms.
I of the hostess committee and Bristol. I
wedding trip the bride was wearing W. eL Wood Me- Corny Massey, ro-c1Ialnnun. Mrs. E. H. Routon, who won
a blue suit with black v Mrs Orho Edwards chairman high score Will awarded an apron.
''orle* and a white rose-bud ire BIRTHS: Holder of second Mrs. Joe tuber,
of courtesy committee was reprinted Mr. and Mrs. Wlllel 1 1r
Brumby, received a metal trivet. Mrs.
RUSTOLEUMSTOPS Presents at the door by Mrs. Carey
paM. and Mrs. Sykes are residingon girl Nov. 17; Mr. and MI'II. Mack Jordan wa remembered with a
Decatur Street in ChatUhooctiee. PERFECT GIFTWATCHBANO Franklin. Hall girt 11-11 and Mr. and Mr*. cosmetic kit.
THE Yellow mums and dried arrange-
OiHord Brown, boy, 11- 2. 1
mints In autumn colon furnished At conclusion of three pmgrrt-
'lA by Mist Sara May Love. were sinus the hostess served a des-
Twins HonoredOn used In the decorations serf with cnffee.
RUST A brass container of red and
Birthday
green grape and other fruit centered
I Mr*. Hal Fletcher entertained 4* '12* the main table. A large I'm proudto

Available In with a birthday party In honor of rnlcojiU filled with fruit, red 11.. .
'their twins Millie and Mark, who berries furnished by Mr. Joe Super represent the
Misr.orLFx'AOLJA and miniature turkey, pilgrims
went 6 yeas old Wedneadity. A
All Colors small group of ittle friends enJoyed etc. spanned the length of
he tiinlri Mr*. Pierce WlUitm,
I ouldiK gamse, after which Princess
AVAILABLE IN I refreshment were served from rU3 MrII. Unler Rh'harolllland! Mrs. by R. L. Maa.wey WORLD'SLARGEST

the table centered by two attrncJoved ee; t '. Amos Dnvls decoratedThe Little more than a century t
ALL SIZE CANS
Invocation was given byMrs.
outikxir after which
games I Kllxlks. ago surgery was a gory dismal I
Fred
AND fruits and l candy""'" also served practice that taw few patents
SPRAY CANSGuaranteed The girls were given Jumping -- willing to submit to the
rop a and l the boys, water guns Mrs.[ Sam Hiqdon knife. Ampliations, last ditch Slip

to for favor Hostess At BridgeMrs. meaRure to save a lire aftera

STOP RUSTI! i compound fracture, were car
s Mrs. Hillyer Hostess "wNcM..t 93tw Sum' Hlgdon entertained nidi-red reatnnably sale; mortality '
tier rate* ranging from U
Wednesday afternoon bridge
LARSENLUMBER To Wednesday Club dub at her home on Highland. per cent to a harrowing 60 per AUTOMOBILE '

M.... Philip lUllyer entertainedher Roses and chrysanthemum were rent. The great loss of life Allowing INSURANCE
bridge club Weitnemlay afternoon effectively arranged In the living C"Y1'Ithf' simplest surgery flaat- '
CO. at the Jefferson Home. Seasonal allli dining "".1111. was largely attributable COMPANY
flowers decorated the room.Mr Mrs. W. M Robinson, Jr. was to the stabled "hospital die.peen" .
Phone 627.7276 *. Sylvester Woodward was high score winner tetanus, gangrene, '
high score winner itl this are r During the afternoon snacks blood poisoning and erysipelas
Mainline Drive Ion. Preceding the game a dessert cef.hael and entire were served u Is the which ran unchecked until
was served with roll..... custom of tins dub Dr. Lister ushered In the era ol
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o a tsg4s -- antiseptic surgery.A

Tally Club Meets seta and IhiiniuMy plrust -
twware. With Mrs. little npenltai Is Ie deg
Gray ta at MMNCY: Dais" .e

tat $9e itea. Un. Charles H dray WIll Into Nest. Mfrraw M. rrearrlpU a .
fni .ra.e tt.nowll tew !the Tally Bridge Club at .M ol spy whir are nlldquickly r 3.95:
R'i ""* her horn Wednesday afterrtsatColmctal a4 1I WhK THIS WEFK-S HOUSEHOLD I
fall flower were at hall
: ROIIS RIGHT .Ir points In the living and dining HINT* When nothing swan I Hof
OFF HUNTING CLOTHES room to tawfe: grease stains on
\ Mr*. Fennell May was hlabII'OI' fabric, a brink rubbing with I .a,,
(! wlnnrr on this orcum. table salt dissolved in ammonia .sa e1e
J', with miracle
'r our Preceding me game S dessert may turn the trick.

I .Nano w. served. Perfect tor the new Enid
j flared 11111011". this Ie.
tlJM I are.flattenoc
I slip of SusretU trievt
prtttie4 with
I a water repellentthat .smflim. MERRILL'SAFTER aw fold. AIL a
ittm .f aU"loD-botllahria
really wortisl. -uA. ; and design

Tan JUtlte's wry ova. ...,ring yams He Tery sate
THANKSGIVING
quality found ia
eosUier lingerie \y the tassotr

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E. H. the American Farm Bureau Federation :2
Finlayson cups sugar
in Philadelphia. Put cranberries through food Hospital Group daughter of Atlanta and their son Mr. and Mat Walter WUllami laTallahawee
m law and daughter, Mr. andMrs.
Four of Florida's 64 today
Re-elected count txipper. Peel oranges, remove
Head Farm Bureaus received special eeds and put rind and oranges Holds William Hill and two sons olMontgomery. Mrs. Frank May Sr. left Tuea.
recognition during the convention Meeting day for Gainesville, FloridaHer
trough chopper. Mix with
cranberries .
Farm Mrs Ben .
Bureau Achievement wt Franklin and daughters .n.In.law and daughter Mr and
Awards were A The
persenled and sugar. Let stand for Auxiliary me!
to Lafayette, Nanau, In, i few hours before serving This t Wember lrfltII hospital din- Gina and Gloria of Orlundo Mrs. Ed Kmbry took her to
EH. nnlayion ot Greenville dlan River and Duval counties easy popular uncooked relish can I inn room with 13 members prvcm .. nre:Mrs.visiting Fisher"her Williams parents, Mr. and and Gainesville and visled her son Dr,
They and Mrs.
baa These award were based be for future Mrs. Fred Klhilka Frank P, May Mrs
In
been reflected u head of the on put up use ster pmidMland their son,in-law and daughter Mr.
,
May will
B.OOO member Florida Farm membership and organization act lUred glasses covered with paraf opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Jack Richardson, attended remain for a while at
University Medical Center
Bureau Federation ivities during 1964 The pledge was said In unl
These fin.RINBERRY the game between the Mr. and Mrs Joe Wilder! of
Finlayson's counties and U others MICE:: FROM son
unanimous re-elect- I University of Florida and FSU Gainesville
also visited Mr and Mrs.
Ion received special certificates RESII BERRIES1Mb e.
Mrs. Albert Kohnke
came during the closing ten- I f if reported Saturday Ben Duncan during the weekend
Ion of the group's 23rd annualmrebng for membership activities. Counties cups sugar hal proceeds<< from the crsi-ker !Mrs. Henry Faulk spent the first Mrs Wilder and Mrs Duncanwere
honored Browsed(7av.. I pound (4 ) fI'PIIIran
last week In wet CUDS Y machine fps two months was $30
Orlando.trow part of the weekend In Tallahassee roommates at Duke University
Collier Columbia; Duval i Flagler. berries +
1517)Other Mrs Joe Reyes reported that the as guest of Mrs. Ann Wells Durham N. C
officers named for 1365were Cades. Gulf Hendry, Indian River 2 cups water coffee machine netted $1.30. Mrs and Sunday went to Arlington
Lafayette Nassau, Boil and water together Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Flxd
Dudley Putnam Barlow.; Okeechobee, sugar J W Woodward public relations Ga for Homecoming at the Methodist
vice president; Walter Kautz, Palm Beach and PineUas. 1 minutes. Add cranberries and chairman said that she sent seven Church 1 left Tuesday for their' home In
Canal Point, treasurer; Robert David Freeman 14, representing boll without stirring until all the names of new babies to public Mr. and Ain L. C. Fleming Detroit after visiting their son
Denllnger, Dude City, secretary Putnam-St. John Farm Bureau skins pop open. (5 minutes usually relations and 13 to N.llmlSt'rv. and children Dabs and Lonnle of and daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs.
;
and T. K, McClane, Jr., Galnes- won $100 and first place In sufficient) Rl'mlfrom ---'---- .. ices for last month, Mrs. R B. Albany, Ga., are spending the Arthur Kixel and family
tulle executive vice the annual Talent Find Contest fire and allow the sauce to remainin tester Sr chairman volunteer her Mrs Mr. and Mss Sandy Johnson of
president. with mother
with his the vessel until cool. Mr, and Mrs H. W Hobbs holidays Gainesville the weekend
Named to the state board of piano renditions of Cho I services reported she met with Henry Faulk. spent
directors for two yean were Rich- pin.Second fUSBF.RRon'Srll Mr and Mrs. H. W Hobbs of Mananna celebratedtheir he new members for an orientation \ Mr. and Mi*. Hubert .Jetfmulat with Mr and Mrs. Ben Duncanand
ard FInlay, Jay and John Kauf and third! places, with DKSSJKT: FROM CANNED 65th wedding anniversary recently at the home oi program. [ ( .I.wUi.-iPrnl-ue _weekend atteivled. football game InTallahassee.
man Tavarei. Earl Ziebarth, ITS and CO prizes, went to Brick CRANBERRY SUCE a grand daughter Mrs. Bobby McDaniel of Sneads. Mr. Mrs R. Wondward Jr. said with his brother and sister-in-law / Their three children
rierson, Tilley, Ocala, and Miss Helen 1 uncooked rolled oats the had In visited Mr and Mrs George
was named director-at- cup Candy Stripers put Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jeffcoat and
Hobbs, 94, retired from farming In ,,949 Mr and Mis.Hobbs Johnson
Bretton Arcadia
large for 1 brown and half hours during .
one war and Robert cup sugar fifty one a attended the football game In Tallahassee.
Clark, Ft, Lauderdale,-was: named' Some 500 delegates attended the 1- 1 Ib. can cranberry sauce were married November 11, 1899 in Dothan Alabama October (Mrs. \\oixfuardl GirlGrouts Mr. and Mrs. J. C Nell ofMiand

to fill the vacancy caused by the three-day sessions in Orlando. jollied or whole They have lived In Jackson County for the past assist In the work) Mrs Airs J. D. Godwin Is spendingthis arrived ,yesterday to spend
resignation Of William H. Boyd, Selection of a site for the 1965 Mix oats, flour, and brown su 54 years. Charles Turner, chairman of week In Madison( wilts her UM holidays I s lth her brother In
Miami! convention was postponed until theregular gar. Cut In butter until crumbly Candy Striper Girls for the Auxiliary law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs mother Mrs W 11. Hudson
are of 10 children 8 oi
Reflected for two-year terms January meeting of the Place half of this mixture In an parents reported on the meeting Suhrr and other relatives.
were Forrest Davis, Jr., Quincy 21-member board of directors In 1x8 Inch greased baking dish. whom are still living. They hare 44 grandchildren, 71 which was held at the high K-ho.il Miss Julie Munroe _hoI stayIng Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Williams
Walter WeUtener, Jacksonville; Gainesville. Cover with cranberry sauce Top great grandchildren and 9 great-great Grandchildren. Wednesday. Miss Judy McDowell with her grandmother, Mrs :Mr and Mrs Jack Richardson and
Hal Chaires, Old Town; Charles; with balance ot crumb mixture. Photo by Martin'i Studio and Miss Carol r.ullU-k_student Lee R, Munroe spending the Mrs. lien franklin of Orlando,
Freeman Qkeechobee Puanam HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS R-L.. Jt w ........".....tn.... .In.. .n SMIWn..A'"> -P _-. --- nurses from the Fiorina Slate holidays In Macon, with her parents who Is visiting her parents Mr.
; ; I I-n. Mr. and Airs Lee Ray Mun and Mrs Williams, attended the
Henry Prlne oven Serve hot In squares topped University School of Nursing presented
Palmetto Kautz
,
; ; I gresslve sets by watching such but U* Bristol and MnntlceUo roe, Florida FSU football Sat-
and Mrs. Francis with scoops of vanilla Ice cream an Interesting program out game
Corrlgan Brad. ads on their sets, and chat exposure bands sill downtown
enton. Serves 8 to a. appear with lining the enrollment requirements Miss Patricia Carman of Oo'ille. urday. That afternoon, they were
Directors For other cranberry recipes call to crime and brutality the queen and her court for a costart. and curriculum ot the FSU School Ga., and Ml s Annelle Oirmnn meats at Open) House given by
with
tog one year remain By Marjorie B. Gregory, (he Home Demonstration Office tends to (have a "cumulative effect ot Nursing. of Albany Ga., spent the weekend Mr. and M.... A. D. Alhrtttim In
ton;are Finlayson Wayne Minion Loran Campbell. Entrmlna Home Economist 527-8442 which can build up aggressive Kick-of 'is scheduled at I.: IS. Two new members, Mrs Mary with their parents, Mr. and honor of their son, Attorney Dal
; Terry, tendencies and the viewer's acceptance
CRA.\BfRRIF.sf Mrs. Dave Carman. Alhrltton and wife of Tampa.Mr. .
Rass and Mrs Tewy McPherson,
O'Brien; E. C. Rowell, Wlldwood; Sauce Salad Relish ot excessive violence. Bridge Club Meets were presented.A Mrs L. D. Hairs had as weekend .I and Mrs. Tracy Riddle and
Art Karat, Vero Beach; Bryan W. One mother of whom I know,
Dessert YOUTH ASKS her In-law and Charlie attended the Florida.
With Mrs. new project ot the auxiliary ls guests son- son
Judge Sr., Orlando MorganMrs
; Ray Farwell who had I been warned that her
Zolto Choose one for Thanksgiving to /have a desk In the lobby withsomeone daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles FSU football game In Tallahas.
rlngl
; Denllnger and dinner and them often.KANBERKV young child was being exposed to Lester and children of OImond.U..h.
use see Saturday.
\H morning
K; present every
Mrs. George Munroe, Quincy 1 rot a Filth and a CbalUngeGood too mutt of tills was completely Morgan wan hostessto
( SALAD FROM Eddie Taylor and a friend Rex
her Uolnettli afternoon and Sundays to direct visitors re
Finlayson Putnam ) bridge
and Welke- CANNED: BERRIES: Examples sad Good Ex. horrified and convinced for al- club. \uiunin fliwrrs l'C'11I000'Pra and give Information ; Dr. and Mss T W. Griffin had Maule, students at the University
ncr named when, were at Interest
were official delegatesto plsnitioni Known Limits days of the truth of this
1 large box black cherry Jcllo |"'ints This Is to be disowned with as weekend gurits Dr, and Mrs of Florida spent the weekend with
represent Florida's organization 1 small box lemon Jello and Consistsncf And upon opening a telegram, which High the administrator.Mrs. i:. Walrheln of Orlando his Mr. and Mrs. Frank
at the December meeting of IV* hot "Lot'Ing Usteadng.wBy told of the death of a beloved aunt wile was were by Mrs Mrs and fa parents
CUDS water Henry F nib, who was awarded Gladys J.rfinson Is andsman George Logglm daughter )
1 cranberries the little girl asked, as unfeelingly Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dane had
can Dorothy 8. Alexander. mentionedthat crystal l .wanters. Mulder of low, of this committee of lYnsacola returned home
/her mother had
1 small can crushed pineapple Publications Specialist. as It the !Mrs. tHwtitas: Owens, received Mrs. Reyes presented three Tuesday after visiting her parents 'as recent guests his mother, Mrs.
ti cup chopped nuts Florida Di a dog had turned over Christmas decorations. garments for the Auxiliary Layette Mr. and Mrs. L. M. May for K. N. Beane Ulon of '
killed her
** cup chopped celery Child garbage can "Who At two that she had made and week I Health. Is something that Is an-
NOTICE Dissolve Jello In hot water In Training Schools It was not necessary for" anybodyto the cnnclusKn hostess of three progressions a new Mhe which was given by Dr. and Mrs John Wilson and predated' by (nose who need It
mixing bowl. Add cranberries to We all, except the very best of say 'I told you so. with folltv served a denser Mrs. Ahhle May daughters Anne and Rebecca! of nxstl.

hot Jello and dissolve. Chill until us, like to be able to say, "I told Mrs Ilinlon Rogerstag Atlanta will spend the weekend
ELGIN BULOVA it begins to thicken. Add pineapple you so" even when with pious Bristol Bulldogs, the club. a guestat wilts their families, Mr. and Mrs
I nuts and celery. Pour Into restraint we prevent ourselves T W. ('11m" and Mr and Mrs. ANYONE INTERESTEDIN
WATCHESLADIES' mold and chill until firm. Unmold from actually saying 111 When 1 Monticello Will Mrs. r) L Louie Wilson. PIANO LESSONS
and serve on lettuce with salad was a juvenile counselor In a Henry Faulk 'Jo"n Mrs. L. M. UnnVy I. sm| ,!lng
and MIt.WS dressing. Serves 8 to 10. juvenile court I spoke of the effect Hostess At BridgeMrs the holidays In Talluhasam with FOR THEIR CHILD
(KANREKKV: SALAD FROM on the child ot violence on Meet TuesdayThe Dr and Mrs. J R. Flrlnann of her sonln-law and daughter Dr PLEASE CALL 1277845
$29.95 and up FRESH 8TKW BERRIES TV, In a speech at Lee Uemen-, Henry Faulk was haste Monticello are spending tie hull- and Mrs Fred A. Ilutler
1 cup fresh cranberries tary School in Leesburg and nothing Monticello Tigers and the to tie ruelay morning (hipllrateliride + dll,1lh their III\n.ln law and Mrs G W Lamar Is guest ol
I Terms t 11.00 down, |1 MW*. 1 cup sugar since has changed my uleiis Bristol Bulldogs both runnersup iuh A horn ol plenty, holding daughter, Mr and Mss Fount
Years Warranty against 1 pkg. lemon Jello about it. The ..pl't'Ch81 primed In their respective I colorfia1 fruit was on tie dining Their son Fount who at-
sll defects. Your credit l. 14 cup boiling water and widely distributed and actually will meet In / 'C'OIIfl'l'l'III't'I'1 I room site, Narcissus ,'11I11'1'd tens:: Valdosta;: Slate College and
pod. Send your name and U cup orange juice 1 am still using virtually night, December 1, In the annual and green and yellow pepper plantbroil. nradfurd who Is a student at ParUnjlon J/J at tins
address and directions to your 1 cup chopped nuts the same ipeoch for tulks over till ,Pecan Rod game. Proceeds from IwJilli.niMl; ;::: t IKofIt| home tat po.. Box Sll, Marianne 1 small can crushed pineapple, State, since my Ideas on this have !mis sffalr are used for construe- table Tiny hot hiMiuls with sau- .ending the holidays with them
Plords.A
drained not changed. Last week, I saw ;lion and maintenance of the Youth "tece dins, potato chips, cnke and Dr and Mrs T. W. Griffin
friendly and courteous ....- M cup celery, chopped fine an article about the report awn O>ntrr.I coffi were served. Casseroles have as guests for the hollitays to tjlve lluinhs,
man will rail on you at your Grind cranberries, cover with to be issued by the senate sub I The Built .1p have only one toss were awarded for prises. their son and daughter'In-IawD rand ,
npeoined Him No obligation sugar and let stand two or three committee on juvenile delinquencyand In the ApaIAI'hlroVallry Conference Winners were Mrs. Poutlasscotu Mrs. Taylor Griffin and
fetlrfaetion naranteed or your I hours. Dissolve jello with water, being very human I cannot to JIIIln'hlrolland, after 8", and Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell Ifl laiie tnh
money refunded. add orange juice, nuts, celery, resist a comparison of my 11160 winning SI-ID over Sneads Friday first, Mrs. K C Love and pineapple and cranberries. Pour "findings" and this 1904 report night have a T-2-1 record to Mm R. H Strickland, acct rxl
Nov. 26, Deo. S, 10, 17 4t into salad mold. Let set In refrigerator This section ot my talk was bring toIII! Bowl. The Monti- IndIra, Fred U May and Mrs
at least 1 hour. Serves called "Violent Visitors In the cello Tigers have a 2.1.1 mark In J, Miner Williams, third '/'ernt alt our cnllomrri
SOUTHERN SUPPLY I Stoll. Heart of the Home" and It said: North Florida Conference play and Mrs Hen Franklin of Orlando
CRANBERRY ORANGE RELISHHtOM "11 sit to watch the 'Shoot-
we are nmneraup to Perry for the was a guestA
COMPANY FRESH BERRIESno Em-Ups," and those programs conference title They also haven -- --- for Inttr
( cooking) with sadistic murders and violence \ loss to Blnunlstown last Fridaynlrtit. committee of the Florida J'c./roner'
Ills ;4 fresh cranberries I
nips) or even if we allow our .
i
:2 Council ot 100 said recently the
oranges children to see them day after Other Pecan Bowl events will Include
'day and read the crime -comics Florida Pavilion at the New York
a queen contest on Friday
stitch are slowly seducing our Inv night ot this week at me school World's Fair needs a remodeling ii/t eye l/l/ootlf fitunlcr
nocents, let us not expect tliem auditorium and a dance at the J ih. It proposed a study tt a means
to have much respect for human Youth Center Saturday night Nopann' of Improving die appearance| of Z ,.
life, nor gentleness nor kindness '"- Is being planned this year the lower.
Several hours ot this per day ____ ____u_ ._ __
i uf visits from gangsters and
crooks, dope addicts and murderers
Invited Into their own living
room by their parents this
training for violence, unfeeling- CHRISTMAS CHEER FOR
ness, meaningless deaths, has
1 more effect perhaps/ than w* know
a pernicious poisoning" II THE WHOLE FAMILY
will not necessarily cause delin
quency. Delinquency usually has \ V
its roots In pour family relationships e
and In the family's lack of
good social standards, but It will
dull their sensibilities to all the
i finer things and detrimentally
1 affect their basic values, and a 1 I
f they are inclined to delinquency
fi where could they find a better
i school In which to learn how to
fi commit criminal *1s"

i fi The Subcommittee's report will \
i laY: "On the basis ol expert
testimony and Impressive research .

i the perfect giftJtc1 evidence conclusively, a relationship established hat between been r

televised crime and violence and
antl-sxual attitudes and behavior 0'A
among juvenile viewers." And,
j again: No serious student of j.
i juvenile delinquency contends thai ..
} lelrvulit' is the sole cause U

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same time, the said, "It Is
i report
clear that television whose Impact December 21. Winner will be announced December 23 '-

I on the public mind Is equal at this station.
sheer seamless/ nylonsin to or greater than Uial of any other
medium Is a factor in molding .,0
the character: attlluiles and be.avlor ,

a glittering; gift box .. .*patient of Amrru s youngpeople. ,40*, // f e

sheers The group concluded that trie- 'I \h J& &
day and drttt vision valence lends to reinfumaggressive
wan FORGET!
altitudes and drives in \\ i'W' EXTRA / OffER, DENNISON 1
colors juveniles where they already eust ris
fashion

in and among stimulates both the aggressive normal lint actions Hit from \/CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAP 1

emotionally disturbed adult and

I $1.50WYNNE'S juvenile involved the"when Infliction the experiments of pun on cbUd; V l* > .
who had t three big rolls u
other human brings mm t \ o tat 9e |
violent film did not best- t
sees a
0 1 t your choice, assorted lit
"
laic to Inflict excessive pain on \ '
I other men or even upon same .S t\ designs/ only .*'
and vice verse," the repnrt adds.This (
adverse eftect U "a purgedby '''':'t- f'2
an ending where d good triumphs Your choice of letters available abw- I

I EAST SIDE of SQUARE ever The f1 W"sub-Committee said that lutely free. Come m and choose the 39) f

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to receive. The letters must be ruled: .ear '' D w
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ICtGRT GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINT, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964
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stick of price received now compared pletely finance your oompany'i hath Every month would "hath" Chris Bentley Crabs leave behind part of their

with a previous period. deferred compensation plan and Too Late the same and we would know that body to confuse attackers, asya

THE Parity of Income, it I* laid do so economically and with the every month would begin on Mon- Drill Commander the Miami Seaquarlum'l Capt.
would reveal the degree of prosperity Bill Gray. The limb then wiggles
best of guarantees. The benefits To ClassifyBy day and end on Sunday.
FARM on a In basis agriculture similar a*to measured that ol paid to the key men are tax-de- Like most pioneers Rothe has Chris H. Bentley of Quincy baa and while It dIstracts the enemy

non-farm business ductibla to the firm and the Inductance encountered opposition. Thereare drill team commander the crab slips away. Another limbsoon
HOMO been appointed
Kay those who always resent Is grown In Its placePREPARED.
FRONTBY
proceed paid the firm kind. with the cadet rank of
Even though milk productionin under the plan are lax-fret. With One of the most Interesting articles change Some religious or\progress leaden of hesitate any to second lieutenant In the Air Force
Alaska has Increased taster In the current Issue of LOOK Reserve Officer Training Corps
DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER than the population In the past premium for the life Insurance Magazine la entitled "A Way Out consider\ the change because of (AFROTC unit at Emory University ?
decade, dairymen there still don't coming from the after-tax amount of the Calendar Mesa" and present religious\ holidays. Atlanta, Ga.
of the salary Increase, you' have a new, simple and symmetrical While the adoption ot the new
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF enough to of Mr. and
AGRICULTURE Cadet Bentley, son
mane. Milk has to ube Imported a package that I* economical and Universal Calendar devisedby calendar would call for adjustment
Mrs C. H. Bentley of Quincy, was
(in large quantities out of Seattle. surrounded by guarantee. Underthe Waller F Rothe, 60 year old In our thinking\ and with anew selected the bull of academicgrades
circumstance you mention, of founder and president of the Universal month to contend with a bit on
Nothing much was sold on. lther Retail milk price: are high outstanding leadership
CO.!000 to ,
yearly at 45 the as
firm could Calendar ot confusion, particularly
Inc of
Society, I
aide! about new farm programs I Another proposal I II expected to ranging from $137 a half-gsllon buy a "Paid-up at 65' policy for Washington D. C birthdays, but the benefit would ability and potential M an Air
during the national election campaigns be establishment of national food In Nome to $1 in Fairbanks and each key man In the amount ol be no great It would be well worthwhile Force officer He li a memberof
uSe in Anchorage. I For Just about a* tone as I can Alpha Tau Omega
and fiber Commodities
but me architect of new reserves. 3125,000! for about M.S50 each' In the long run. The hardship
in reserve would he hold off the USDA reports some retailers annually about one-sixth less remember we have been talking would be small and temporary The cadet li I graduate of I
idea In the field of agricluture market for In much for local milk a* about calendar reform but no one School.
use only emergencies charge a* than the after-tax cost of the and after the new calendarhad Quincy High I
have been busy nevertheless. such as crop failure or war. for milk shipped In from Seattle.:$((10.!000 salary increase This seemed to come up with an answer been In use a few yean we Upon graduation and completion I
There seem to be some unity Consequently, milk sales have 3125.!000 policy would have a cash to the problem. would find It so simple and practical of AFROTC requirement, he will
of opinion among observer on the I noted recently that estimates been declining as consumers turn value of about $86,000! at age 65' Anyone who thinks about It must compared! with the old that be eligible for appointment a* a
\\ashlwzton scene that several new have been made for the amountsof to cheaper product, such as concentrated I and that (lax-free to the firm)' realize that our present calendars we would wonder how we put up second lieutenant In the U. S. Air
approaches will be made to handlIng various leading commodities reconstituted and non would provide a life \Income for Indeed a sorry mess with some with It so long force.
of the "farm problem" when which would be minimum for fat dry milk.Social. the key men, starting at 65, of months ot 31 days, others ot 10 How, you a&, would I know
the administration' proposal for the establishment of an adequate about 110,000! each (This I I. tak days and one with only 28 some when my birthday is with t new HUMPHREY: TO FRANCB
fret' legislation are handed to On the basic of estimates) and 29 In others Birthday.
reserve. Security leg Into account the tax-deduetl- years month added* Here I* how. Suppeso
Congress next year : of carryover at the end ot the 1 lllty of such payment). Meantime religious days and holidays come your birthday\ I Is October 9 Administration quarter speculate O ,..p
For one thing, It I* expected a current crop season, most commodities -I U one of the key men were on different date each year and This year It Is the 283rd day of mat President t11Hu will H* *MI
huge land retirement program-: will be In ample supplyto Information"Some to die before retirement, say at the whole thing I* confusion: anyway i the year. That day In the Universal ask Vice 1
nuund 40 million to SO mulleacreswill more than meet reserve requirements age 60 full policy proceeds 01l25KXI you look at It. I Calendar would be the llth H. Humphrey to accompany Undewecretary tel Your Fin Aid Needs Here.
be Included The American but production of several disabled workers are $[ would go to the firm, tax- Now with Rothe'i calendar there month, 3rd day, or Oct 3. You of State George W.,
Farm Bureau Federation has wlU have to be increased. losing out on social security benefits free, and the net above premiums would be 13 instead of 12 months would be the same age, of (course Ball to Europe to talk with French
been pushing tor something of The suggested reserve for soy that are due them because paid for It would enable the firm and the days and date of each but your birthday President Charles de Gaulle and I
this son, even to retiring whole beans Is 100 million bushels, but they have not acted to protect to provide a life Income for the month would consistently be the Irwa".n on Wednesday I other allied leader about the I' F. P. May
farms Retired land would be the carryover this season Is expected their right under the law," according widow of about $10000! yearly. name. The first of #'Wf"rnnnth, the 3rd day of the month split In North Atlantic Treaty Or
cr rIM to 1IOnM'OPIIIe.. _" to be only 25 million to Walter Kehoe, social Such a plan has the advantage of for example would always fall on July 4th would become Solariu ganization. Co.
Other short of the reserve minimum security district manager in Tal setting the deferred conpen- Monday and the last day of each 18th and It would always occur I Drug
Include lard at 100 millions lahassee. "Others have fulled I Mtlon m':1': Inexpensively than by month would always fall on Sun- on a Thursday Baby porpoise are usually born Phone 627-7601
SAVE! SAVE! pounds, but I carrover of only 85 to act because of a misunderstanding direct payment and also incorporates day.With Sound crazy! Get a copy of' tall first. There wa one breech I
million; nnn -fat dry milk, 530 of the program" he added. guarantees via Insurance that Bodies ('Blrnclarbe extra December 1 Look, you'll find delivery at Marlncland of Florida Quincy Flo.
million pounds but the carryover Kehoe listed some of the mla could not be equalled with the or 13th month would be sandwiched new calendar a* outlined and thl'l :however, and the Infant porpoise J
ON rely 150 million::: cheese, 380 mill- taken beliefs that people have firm's own funds. In between June and July and UBtrated, something to think survived. ;
Inn pounds but carryover only about the program. Sonic, he laid, would be called Solariu and every about. It makes a lot more sense
INSTALLATION 280 million. think that Uw worker must have ATOMIC ENERGY PLANTS month would have 28 day*. than our present calendar. !
Flax seed and butter carryover ;a 50 In order to draw Each quarter would have 13 weeks Even the ancient Aztec hud a KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc.
COSTS I lust about balance reserve need disability benefits, or that benefits A booklet Issued by the Edison and there would be a one-day holiday letter calendar than ours! ,
are reduced it a worker applies Electric Institute report that at the end of the year tocomplete
In recent to agricultural !there are now 11 around the CHARLES KINARD. Owner
speech an at a younger age Ha corrected atomic energy our orbit ROMNEY AND GOP I
Industry meeting a spokesman this Impression by stating plant In operation, six under contraction tun Remodeling Addition
for the Agency for International that a disabled I worker who qualifies or design and nine projects If such a calendar were put In The reelection of Governor CONSTRUCTION
Development (AID) stated et 'benefit at any age under study by the investor use everything from moon daund sings George Romney of Michigan has NEW
that farm policies hereafter are :and :paid at the full rats withoutreduction. owned utilities and the Atomic through calculation for Intermit apparently made him one of the Garage Carport Porches
Q a going to be shaped on the basic Energy Commission Approximately to household accounting strongest men In the Republican Cabinet
AND of their relationship to other nat Some people think that one-million kilowatts are would be Immensely simplified. Party at this time. Defeated GOP Roofing Siding
onnl policies and not merely as son hits to ba completely help being generated by the 11 operating -Schedules for schools and universities Presidential nominee Barry Gold- Florida Room Enclosures:
SAVE policies concerned with agriculture in order to qualify. Again this I s plant, and the ultimate capacity government and Industry, water laid that he did not Intendto Lara. Too Small"
alone, :Incorrect, according to Kehoe of all the projects 1* expected would no longer have to be yield the rein of the Republican I "No Job Too or
ON Wt have already seen how that 'Our program" be explained, "Is to be U million kilowatt wrapped each year and we could party, but conceded that he j I Havana Highway Phone 627-8495
philosophy operate In the Ad- based on whether or not a personcan *. The cost I* estimated at forget the old nursery rhyme thinks the GOP will pick "another
FUEL mini*ration's handling ot the recent do any substantial work. The about one billion dollar I about how many_day* September...man to run" !In .1968.. I
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meat Import alniatlon. Cattlemen loss of ability to perform In a job --
wanted meat Import Immediately situation of some kind 1* what we
curtailed by Imposition consider."
!I of restrictive quota and tariffs brought hair want
Another Important point For the beauty you
ENJOY WARM AIR HEATING I This was opposed by the Administration out I* that UM social security disability
AT ITS BEST WITH AN on the basis It would program take Into accounta I in the time you have! NEW Versatile NEW
undermine effort to negotiate for
person's total ability to work, :
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)tariff reduction with other nation rather than Just abilities to hold
JLI ERICAIV.taucfu4AUTOMATIC The problem was compromisedby certain types of Jobs Many Industrial I New! General Electric I LOW COST
adoption' of legislation givingthe disability I I program pay benefit SHARPENERSHARPENS
I Administration standby authority If a man cannot do his usual TOASTER
to restrict Imports if they job, but aoclallOC'llrity take Into j
DRYER
WINTER AIR CONDITIONER HAIR
I exceeded a level which the catlle- consideration his ability to do anyratio Deluxe
men proposed, plus an annual; work considering his edu

o Comport, iporo-io,'lnj dulgs' growth rate.Mother I training, and experience, In 1 Fashion packaged la

o Equipped with powerful, quiet blows I phase of new thinking decided able t, whether or not he is dis smart new travel ee. ;dam

o Inl'n.' ... for highest M levissi I developing In the planning ot poll:. Many disabled workers do not Mora than twice a* fait Mold
del for agriculture, Involves the realize that benefits can also be ,, style hand-held mod- I
e fatty, quickly 'Installed I mean of Interpreting the relative paid to his wife and minor children I .1.I Lightweight dryer e
I position of farmers in relation to It he qualifies (trap* to want so you cancook I
TREE UIIMAn-WY 1UIIS rest ot the natlon'i economy. e
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Another disability provision covers Iron /5d.t
sew, a* your |
Price-parity, It I is reported, Is benefits for any person who T-l5
I hair dries. Extra Urge :
HortonPhone expected to be replaced by "In
Roma wal disabled before ago 18, and :
bonnet fits biggest
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has never been able to work. Such
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MAin 7-8617 I i received from sale of commodities. a parent'i earnings \If the parents help drying I ,, e

1428 W. Jelferson retired, disabled, or deceased. .mEDI"''WN'IElIII and check your hair a* It
I Proporwnli of the new concept Anyone who has question orproblem AND GASCwNhTa drie. Three heat election KNIVES
believe It Is better method of aumNe
a
FLORIDA I disability benefits,
QUINCY
on cool
setting ,
plus a i
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{measuring farmer condition should contact the Tallahassee MIA l_co. .
-I than _using_merely_a_yard- Social Security Office. ride uvcevsuestt en.outsaouethhasrAalta for summertime drying. SCISSORS
representative' from this of .j,
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every Monday from 9:SOam. and PENCILS
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nee) River when and U thai i-the 2 yard line- The attempt to' trv Laurie for their club name I to Bob Chandler and ran for the 1 JIAlII-.r;; I ITill' (I eN wr rimrnsWriting
Postmaster List I rfrts. school beat hi. almi :the PAT failed and the score w* and plan to men twice each mmth I'P.t?. The other All*tar In thr I "' !tN'1 All. in Nevcck, Henry
I' Bits And mater (University of Florida) II 6-0 After the ball mapped aide in the hot ,; !inuring parade ass Itano KkNT '* will lIP a Menu Basketball .' lla/Jllt nays: "It is 'h* grot ;' perstitlon -
Christmas Anneplmiicd the dune ol ot econom, olannm ,
Tips fOOlball He made the sWim Man several times. Gall Gregory nan nrnanisatloml 1 and ptannlng
'day afternoon at 4 clock wit) it in from the 11 for the Juniors each cflt''r and Ihe Miming :on a 68 yard end around play meeting al the Olv Hull. Monday rryv.hr"l'tII11 onll) lilt y k" vemutly
For MailingA Pieces quite a gallery and TV camera The extra point was no good and were elel",hraSewdl I with IT ftccomls on the clock before I November 30. T.00 p.m. what ,i>n",1\(11I1111'11 n."..
I understand tha with the score 114, the scan d ; \ cc HrestdMit Janet huttiimeKWInwIng I country should prr.lufI' end I ,t
8' HUTCH Ending an escort in a boat quarter ended rjetehcr, Ncci'elary. UHaertarkreporter the game the ChamptoiMliip Center how much of 'a'h I II". iI ;, ,
little planning during I IThankagiving the I used a life\ jacket and had plentj)' With the Seniors unable k gale M,men; Stag Uwl I Troy wns awarded Canning ganne" pll.\I. then from' renitlng ,
Holiday aacan he p. of towels and a ....rm car to hop| move In the first part ot the third pr. Sue R'''''n. Council Delegate. Miinte Bilner on In half of UK (that a ri.l to II' f fire ?i
void the "O Rush into when he got across Lvtdenci the Juniors took over Kay Poc on. dc\im nal leaderPrhrtHs ,. American Legion w tux Is Closed ForThanksgiving I kola and fin ( "iii p. I 1 II..", a
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Postmaster James Cox said torts of his feat was shown on WCTV' Jrffcoat ran It In from Saber Qirfncy Midget which evMvmi s fn'' 1111'1
The QuIncy postmaster has and his other uncle. Butter Betts Monday evening. Sam keeps bli>> 2 yard line The attempt fir IN I After l 1..1 l mined hanks were pimiihip for<< 1W4. punting a twin Ins labor or '111'11| el I In, 1/1/ some tips which will not only p caused a light flurry on Uv I hot or cold. extra point failed The Senior panned roil' and explained the I I lots record Also awarded. I that seem lo him n' '1 pre
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ZIP Into Christmas mailing, h stock market recently when tIIl'y, then might fire and nctore Bryant meeting ,.Ij,'timed and refresh- 1 were certificate to the 25 plavr able must 'ml r II ,. I I" .lim! ,)
held local postal employees mOYf merged forming a corporation to ran It in from 52 yards out 'masts ..ernTvrd by Mrs. Pos < who were named lo the Qu v I The jSiUtVen Cnunly Canning finitely better
the record-breaking mountain i cl engage in armine In this neck of With thret Inn e y All.MHtn-t *iuj d I'IIIIsIIII'rrd (Vnter will he dosed Thurada\. -- -
The PAT was no good
mail that U expected this Chris the woods I haven learned whi minutes left in the game. the Juniors Tlw Bun li.if ..11 cub under',me best in the li<*tnie sod are as I November. 20 and Friday: Novem4 The Amerx'xn Moil,.\1 Aw.lion .,..
is president ot the firm but t fee :27 of this week for oh, C )
leaion TD ot Its Run- follows" : American l.rtIII.RUII' r points out thai ( 1 King
mss final
Mrs John
scored the the \k>MdVr l''p n( .
1. rind last year"* diristnu fairly certain that Buster is UK night with Laura Davis running It 11I'I1. held! "* monthly meeting *I tell Marsh. Jack Curry, Tommy I Thnnkstfiving\ II a kmg-aired irouhlr tab r a
mailing Hit If you don't find It, purchasing ajent' AROUNDTh. In from the 11 yard line Then the November i* at, the hum of Judy rtayd. Mark Rates and Rmald I Beginning the tint ol Divem a new pwnnhlei ,it t ittt t It tbnt tconiniun
or rtldn have one. make one up A good mule cheap but Mil only PAT of the game was scored Russell I neither hxchange: Jim Allen, bra It will be open only on Tun- cold coats (hit 11.111.11'1 It
Check to toe that all ai good-was one ot the first reo Rrx and Rmme Mwards and billion a in lost ny. c "siprocluctlon
2. The game ended with the Seniors ,' mvd!, Judy\ and herother CampUll days Thursdays Fridays until year
dresses are correct The phi inurements for a IIK't'etIIluIIt'll- driving hard but unable to changethe When v (balt.llluma"", More .! the spring nun season begins and rtirsh'al I xpcr tMini1
book II usually a good source for ture Butter located one to hii score at 1VU 1'\1'd. ddii+xn rrlreahmenta Larry Hits Ralph MixllcvBubby The center has been used extensively than 20 million, pt npte ( '
local addresses liking that is, pnce over around SQUAREB The Seniors had a total nj lour at irto. lemonade grape rVnrtcrbtirk 1>"'IIn Wa. during the fall for canning (er from nikl on any given re >
possible add thr Concord He borrowed one ol (ool .ld. 11101 I divinity which Judy I I trv dnNo < x'If. U"atmcnt. rn
). Wherever tint downs and compiled 171 then Urs Rutiiry- Glenn Hurst Jeff I beans and sweet putators IXinng i po
tli those fancy rigs that big shot B* Subcr Md mad Tl'" eelmR was availHhli 'ft,',' iv* tea: t
ZIP code to the addresses on rushing yards, whereas the Juniors Prenidrnt Kmhry and lima Kilwards Ki the winter muntlis tr! Is meat'inning Ila[
odder In' the ,
list Because ZIP Code spa d haul those lennessee walkinj had eight first downs with a total Billed to CmMCretan warns Ricky Bitnnan Owrlie awes potatoes, pumpkin i theold vimAn> tmaun d
your maJ always Include the ('O\e 'tones around in and went to the 222 rushing yards. Kay 'nlfr I..nda"III" Woodward and Alt'hi* Watson, turnip and collards and annw howl I be directed' toward reH'fof
Gait Gactak community to transport ot read the minter of, 1 nt
for your area in return addles JaytvesBob OmmUcr. Richard I. alt.t such as nuts Brushwick symptoms and prevntlon
.... This U the best way to 1 Inform !, his prize back to the facto.Everything ouralii\ nesting! Thrl"l'- Ryals and Bru[' Aentworth &t1'W. ,ilit'k"",. eto rOI'l1I'U.'a"ol\l.
of the
friends. relatives\ and bus worked out well urvtil a Happy Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Buck, 87, rwrectliiii lo the! reading
associates of the code nun Buster got back and attempted! to all of you. Isn't It nice to have last minute Umfci then had roll
seas bar for your area 10: unload the animal. After getting the children home And the hunt Buried Tuesday rail and. the fallowing members,
4. Determine your Hit ot lilt the mule partially out 01 prs are having such a good tlmteven ,were present Nancy Bowman
which must be made the trailer he finally had to drive though the weather has beer Susan KUPhoroon Laltrell Etlen
purchases: allows you to ahntarly Hit from under the critter who terrible Maybe it will clear up Graveside services fur Mrs. Arid, Rubble Susan Slur)'. Judy
Such planning when selections are jreatei hen refused to get up. Busier bv the time the paper comes out, Minnie F Ruck 17 ot Quincy. Russell L rids Sharon (heat. Kay ttIu6
can stock up on mallln oicw the mule should be strong It s so nice to be on the winning were conducted at 2 ockxk Tuesday Wolf and Belly Mwnrls Our
and
l1ecA4
materials you In advance. Be sure to sough because, nearly a bushel ilde for a change Must say aU afternoon In the QIc..m""l: "vot.1 was given by Betty 1n'
enough material so thai 01 corn had 'been consumed during tare around here mho art up lo t..ry. Tallahassee with the Rev F.dw'art" l4HSMI' Leader !She :. v
purchase will be packed securely the fairly !short tnp After us- here in crow have been good Guvade officiating I real R'YPIRI"UII2: 1421e
parcels emphasized tha ng various means in an endeavors ports. W* FSU fans have given Mrs Buck a nstiv ot Thomasvllle hen dincuMied an extra meetingxit
The postmaster wrapped and \loosely part get the stubborn mule to his them a bad time Was sorry 1 C... moved to Quincy In nothing dtlinite ass ilivklcdnn
poorly the major C'UBP rot he finally had to try a hot missed. Sam crossing Die Och- t 1850 She was a houwwlf ands ItIII Mtt Russell pane
o rd carton are damage He alMO thot Just as Buster gave tip-so \kxkonee. member of the Thomas Merooral .....,".01 ",ir.tl' in?Ics whkh'al' "
01 parcel post the address h' lid the old mule He Just died R C Mills dashed In here the Baptist Oiurrh kris people had male for Chrirt
suggested that only one side 01hi' ....vlna a disposal problem for they morning gave us all a Mrs Buck passed away al 4'30Sund.y ales t p,..M."In w that we mluhl 1 1ItI't
written on wrapping and that a dup he two corporation officials tattled look and said "What am afternoon in the Cadsden IM"iv' skin fir ourselves. WediicuiuiM
6 exterior address be Included insxt Buster told me not to mention I I doing in here?" We have the County Hospital a nionry making pnv t
s llrate In case the outer coverlnf Ms little Incident but he s sway mat Interesting visitor Uh. oh'! Survivors include one daughter Free( and rtividi-d to have a Mikesale +' ft -
a the carton and come down in Liberty County hunting Sow here comes another oneFred Mrs Bessie L Murray: Miami; on "Inll'llay November
e ti not secure and fishing, so I guess I can get Jones and two sons T. J. Strickland. on the Courthouse, square
a Mf.Mr.. Cox said that the Post 01 way with It. Dropped by City Hall a tee Baltimore. Md. and Maurice FStrickland Out program wa then presentM sea
In Washington t lays ago and discovered Dora GatIn ot Qulncy bv .UilRiiiurll The tonic t .
i fee Department that a record save Had a word from tiorty Par- i Is: working over there now, The J B Adams Funeral Home of the procrnm. was nn me. differ
predicting of mail will moo rlih my friend down on Johnaon Chris said II they had known was In charge ot arrangements. enl l\v ,'< perwinaWv we eachhad
billion pieces Which Am
through the postal system dune Slough or Goldwaler Bran> h. or 1 was coming they would have and WSN entitled = 1U
: enjoyed h
She' m* hospitable I." Wp each IhoroiiEhtv
rush Just before Christmas Kennedy Creek He says things ocked the door s and
the peak
. have been tough down there due land you know discussing our pprwwalilirs
"The cooperation ot all mailers to the high water So tough In Notice Christmas displays are elt the program was wry Interesting 5.
s vital for us to deliver earl act. that he and his with resorted already In some ol the shire windows DerensMrmeeting .
catching one little and the Qty Is beginning on We diwiiwHl air
and packagibefore to trapping
l letter
holiday card planned that "'* ,L.;
" \ Christmas Day. A littli Robin a few weeks ago. They penned he street decorations. :1 al .
will make the Chrirtmai It up for fattening and lateruse This Is old news but I have would Christmas Party
., planning rush less hectic for everyoneji ." he related The bird was aligned and laughed about It the home of Rhle Suntan "Stnry +
week according to The oilier day w.1' talking I on Peiiwber 14 0 4
killed last ,
; said then ",,",,111I' .
Halloween\ The meeting was
and hall trick treat on
window service will bi Shorty weighing seven a about or
Full from December 1 a pounds at time of departure. May Mid someone said that original ed! h\ Kay Wolf President t ,_
available
through December 19'Carperbag hfo things will brighten up now as okie Williams put a sheet OYi'rhrr Rohh Susan Story reporter" rh +.ew
--
I hunting season hat' opened head sat on her front porch --

Rule In Florida", and Just scared the daylights out RECREATIONHEWS Novel
written by John Wallace In 1888.' All this "old country stuff reminds of the little people 4-H Club
should l receiverecognition M.I. 2J
has been reprinted by the Uni me of a tale Bualer told Someone who I
versify of Florida Press as one 01 me some time ago about a fishing Is Mrs. Luis\ Hanna News Views
1} Quadricenlennial Editions 01 trip to Solomon Lake which Is Inc her faithful work as secretaryof I r
si reprint series a kind ol tributary of Kennedy tie G dsden County TB As- II'\IPr.R! JIMFIK BT limit Jsinr*
other lIurl tlon. And byth away don't NEXT YEAR!
reek He and about nine 1 Seals 4.H l1.l. tt.ItTlJuniper SAVE NOW FOR
The U. S. Sugar Corp. mill at fishermen went in by one car' forget to buy Christmas The Jumper 4-II Cub ''ltUIGr.T Fliofa41i.
Bryant Fla.. established a me leaving the other vehicles on me Our home life has been so Ineretiting met Wednesday November 4 al All. HTUI day high recently when S2S5I high road over mar River Styx for the past few weeks the home ol Mrs. U L. Jlai"" the 7th Annual Midget rmt 96 5
tons of sugar cane were processed doming out. they cline to 001'hf''k We're doing a little renovating and with ten members and two tp.dr'rs hall All Mar Game played Mill Have you ever stopped to think at
In a 84-hour period of a large mud hole One are putting in a second bathroom. present Menlyn Hair, prestdcicalled toy nigh si Omy held' the
ol the party took a pole and poked Well one day when I cam home the meeting lo under at .sgtie All.Stars tmnncvd the Christmas time each year how much
around in the water where lie 11'1111I work I discovered the washbasin 4.30. Lesll Hair led the pled Jmmpton AinrrMan I"'-gore Blue
old ruts were to determine how was out of the old bathroom to the American and 411 nap. Devils 400 you'd have by having saved justa
Floor Covering ,deep II was. Then he told the So 1 walked down tie Jane Smith give the drvotlnnal The I.evion with sniral key money t
,driver to back off Rlxxit fifty hall to the new hatlnwsiiowels and Carol Wagner led In the sirIng players Injurml, Jiwl cwililn I gin few pennies a day throughout the year?
hard. "You were In the old bathroom had All
Including Formic i yards and hit it are 01. song Nle with lie paver JIII
to have to plane this one" The next morning E. L dendedhe Star squsdQ ,
going meeting t
business be
Inlaid linoleum. rubbw.viarL he said Buster related that Curtis would shave No plug In the Attar the presented by Sui 1 tint y's All Stan' scored in every Join our Christmas Club now and 1
was
corkCounter I haircloth, the owner and driveIer new bathroom Half ol the floor; dark program quarter with Urnii Hurst and s
: of the Pontiac tok the man I I'I I was out ot the old bathroom ant The meeting was adjourned at Bruce W""wlKthllirklllll the ready for next Christmas!
Top 'j at his word and gays M all heI no lav.tory'lt. K* shaved at tin SIS tlHck with II and 13 point re-
I had About midway the puddle a office Sine part of the floor wa pectively. Clrnn Hurst scored
|large fat llgbtwood stump that out of the old bathroom It 'wa mporter(10LRLCAF Rosalyn Fletcher built his Inuthiluwns In the flint Citizens Bank & Trust Co. NOW P OPEN
Work had not been deterred, brought the too cold to use. the shower. '- bu quarter on runs uf t and I yards.
I car to a very sudden slop with all of the blinds weren t ii" III 4.'r.R both picked up all his extra points
all four doors flying open and the the new bathroom You follow' BOIL TWO MCETIV4A In the Jail half. Weittworth (ailed Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corpiic
All types front wheels \taking around the mot Like I said It's all verjiHeresling The overheat 411 Club mMovember on runs of II and It yards,
obstacle The radiator was busted 1 and November IT i iGmrge al threw a U yard tnwhitown pus
Expert Installation and the engine ruined and all tin! Well se! you next week Byye' Munm Scboiil The pre "1I

ol the followers of Sir Isaac spent irient, Sheryl Smith called I tllP ,
the next few hours walking; back II meetings to order Elaine Ca
to civilization Q.H.S. Seniors roll :M the salute to the Ame
SHE ER.BlITCH "' ban Hag and Jean Carroll I!I'd
Sam McMillan the )younger; Is Defeated the salute to the 4 II flag
"Lttiiau ifj J.\.. credited with overloading his Are Janice Gilbert reed the dvntkmal ;
/QUINCY /11.011Oo\ I mouth a few years back when he, Elaine Carroll calk /1faq
made the statement that he would By Junior Team the roll and read tux minute I

swim the Ochlocknne-- -(or- --3uwan-- The club Is cnlll'C'ltlllpap-
--- The Senior Girls were detested ers and sheets tor the Health Dpartment po''

PARTS 25-II by the Junior Girl. In I U you have slitterboth err JD
HARRISON AUTO Powder Puff Football Game held uf these Items pleas. 1'1I11. a
at Corry Athletic Held Friday, the adult leader Mrs mest Blrenh .
USED CARS November :21 l.. 827-11048. and w* wtll

USED PARTS for all makes Taking the opening; kkk-off; carne gel tliem I FACT AVESB.000.000 ADETAGS
Ihe Juniors moved Ihe hull lo the The club Is working on ncr
of Cars and Trucks IVt yard line wlll'rean\ Jetf t horn Industry W'rd. OVER 11.000.000 STILL IN USEI I NO TRIPPED DOWN"
SERVICE !mat ran It In lor Ihe score. The Laura .
24-HOUR WRECKER pxtra point was no good Thek'nlors reporter CHAIN STOKE MODWWASHER
WE BOY JUNIED CARS then received the ball and

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Last Rites Set Lions, Tigers Rites Today For I Thanksgiving John Smart Benjamin Hall Sr. Session To Meet


:For Willie WalkerFuneral Await DecisionThe Arthur Bell Activities At Rites FridayFuneral Passes Away At Mount ZionThe Hospitality Hints;

Carter-Parramore Lions Lies chapter ends for Mr. services for Mr. John"Peter" Life's chapter ends for Benjamin Middle Florida Primitive
services for Mr. WlUle Arnette ChapelSeveral will be F. Hall Sr., well known citizen. School and Educational The Dash Does It
and Tallahassee's Lincoln High Arthur L, "Lock" Bell, on Saturday Smart Jr., con- Baptist Sunday
C, Walker, wUl be held Sunday, Tigers, both await with anticipation November 21, as a result of activities Pre- ducted from Tanner Chapel A, M. 'I He died, Tuesday, 10:15: a.m. November Union One Convention According to the latest professions -
November 29 from New Hope the result of the Stanton and automobile accident More and E. Church, Friday, November 27 17, at home- A native of will be entertained by lolL Zion information, there are 224
Missionary Baptist Church, Col. I Gilbert Annual, East-West Classls complete details can be found In Thanksgiving services were participated (time to be announced from Gadsden County, he lived In Quln Primitive Baptist Church, Qulncy mixed drinks including 156
quit, Georgia The deceased died by the congregation of nearly all of his life. lIed resld- cocktails-from which to choona.
The Jacksonville the front of this issue of the Slmms-Jackson Funeral Home). cy The'on will commence, November
tram an accident received on Friday I Thanksgiving night page Arnette Chapel A. M. E. Church lie died Saturday evening u a result In the Seaboard section ofQulncy ZS-Z The Rev JeremiahGee in case you are hot, or cold, oi ,
evening, November 20. lie teams are not contenders Times.A The Rev A. H. Hunter, congregation of an automobile accident .He was well known by persons Sr., and congregation are wet, or dry, or bored, or con-
deceasedwas
native of the
for conference honors, but the Qulncy,
passed at the Gadsden County and choir was In charge of Ttvlsl) if you have something to
of all walks of life He attended
foundIn
the complete report which Is preparing for the influx of layleader
well known this section of
in ,
will determine whether
November 21 winning team Pre Thanksgiving services at celebrate or wish did I hi J
Hospital, Saturday, of the Times the pubic schools of Gads you or ;
another section ministers,
the G O. Lions are the Lincoln the state. He attended the graded Antioch missionary last night if alone-or
Church
Missionary are -
1:30 a.m. Tigers will be crowned conference schools of Gadsden County, and last evening Baptist I A native of Gadsden County, den County, and was well versed workers and visitors to attend. The if somebody: ; is you with yon
The deceased U a native of champs. A win for Staant- was interested in the religious! The Senior Choir of Arnette the deceased was well known by In the attain of life He Is a theme "Preparating for Christ This information comes from
:Ceorgla moved here several year on Blue Devils will favor the Car and educational progresslveness of Chapel 'members of the younger set He family man, being Interested In Coming" will be highlighted In an encyclopedic work called the
'ago and WM employed by a local Parramore Dons unofflcally. this community. Since his high gram Ihd: at appeared Mt Pllgram on the pro Primitive 'attended the graded schools of theft general welfare an training.He all phases of the program "Professional Mixing Guidt"

concern ai a truck driver He ful- A Glbert triumph will possibly school days he has been employedby Baptist Church, last night. :Gadsden County, He Is a member tined Tanner Chapel A. Friday evening the opening services which, In addition to the othci
Jill U obligation ai well respective give! the nod to Lincoln. This must Moreland's Cleaners, a well The Senior Usher Board of Tanner Chapel A.M.E. Church M.E. Church serving on several will be held by St. James pertinent advice proceeds with
citizen and employee. be determined by the Dickerson known cleaning establishment of an evening of various festive sporesors 'A program will preceded the eulo auxillrtes, and discharge his Primitive Baptist Church, Havana. the recipes from the Abbey ..
He il survived by: Mr*. Pearl The eulogy will be deliveredby obligations. cocktail to the Zombie,moving on .
Rating &ystl'm.Saturday this city. The deceased posessed activities Thursday Com gy. Rev, S. S. Simmons will bring the .
evening,
:Walker, mother, Lewis Walker, morning at New Stan- the qualities which won and demanded Rev. Braxton, minister in Funeral service was well attended Into the Swizzles of the Wttl :
falter. Mrs. Amanda McClendon, mencing 6pm. in the Church'sbasement by friends of the family and message. Indies, 18 different punches and :
: ton, the Big 9 North Conferencewill respect The benefit affair will charge.: Saturday H a.m. the business .
'Jacksonville. Mrs Lucllo Sweet, acquaintances. A short ten varieties of hot ,,
Mn. Emily programpreceded grog
The survivors are:
hold annual meeting. Two Several he was converted -
and Mn. Janclla John. Its yean ago Included: Chicken foot Hunt, I the session wUl convene, Dinner will We learned that 104 of tin
'Tampa wife John Smart. Sr., eulogy
kmshlp team and joined Mt. Zion C. M. Apple Biting, and other special Smart, be served S followed by Bible mixed drinks
p.m. and including 69
Lewis Wal- -
ton Qulncy, sisters. t'e announced Mn Smart mother, The survivor are: Mn. Alan
bo also the All- E. Church- He was appointedsome father, Mary
features. An evening of fun is Hall Class 4pm. The Women's Senior of the 156 cocktails-are only
brother. wife Mn.
,
her Jr., Bettye Wright
and Monica Smartdaughters
will be selected. time to the Board of Cassandra
conference players ago planned for and Junior Congress sessionwill possible as a result of the
will be held In the you. Miss Annie Hall re.
Interment daughters. SimH. ,
Davis,
Chances are that three or four I Trustees. He also served as chairman Mn. Lucille : search and work
be of
According to supt. Joseph Long, held Saturday afternoon- development
SlmmsJackson'Funeral .
:KcUy. Cemetery. will be selectedto of the Men'l Program Mrs. Ola M. Allen Misses Pat ot Brooklyn, N. Y., BenjaminJr. '
,C.-P. High players Day Sr. and Powell E Woodberry. Assistant Saturday evening 6 p.m. The Dr. Johann Slegert more thai
\ Home in charge the conference. team. The recently and this year fulfilled the : rica, bet, Lizzie Smart and Mn ., city, Daniel W of OrangeburgN. : 140 As Surgeon Gen.
a sizeable Increase In attendance Union Choir business meeting will years ago. ;
writer thinks that: Eton Davis, position as Caption of a club. lie and membership Is ob Rosa M. Boule sisters. Walter, oi i Y., Willie I... of Hartfard, be held. Sunday 10 pm. a lively! eral In the army of Simon Boll
Walker Rites Cavern Davis, Hardy Jackson and was commended for the most served. The pastor and official Jacksonville and George: Smart, Conn., Elljlah of Orangeburg:, N, Sunday School session Is anticipated. var, he sou.ht; to improve the ;
possibly Emmitt Trlbue and Charles sucessful effort In this service to staff express their sincere thanks city brothers. Y. and Obedlah Hall city, eons. The morning worship service appetite of the troops for whatever
Robinson will make the second his church. Interment will be made in the Daniel W Hall, brother, MIami. food the General could find
Held SundayFanaral to pupils and requesttheir will commence at 11 a m. Hickory
fJ-rt Interment was held In the for them and with
Slmms Jackson came a
or honorable mention list. The program preceding the t Williams Cemetery. Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Tallahassee up
services for Mr. Will eulogy. The eulogy was deliveredby The Funeral! Home in charge: Friendship Cemetery. Betseys'Funeral unique and teltlar a
morning worship service will Home in charge. will be In charge. Rev.G. of aromatic b :has been
Walker was held Sunday, 2:30: p. Jackson Heights Rev, A. R. McGlocklon I commence at 11 a.m. The Rev A : T. Moore will bring the ser known as a flavoring to the world
m. from St. Joseph Missionary The survivors are: Mrs Irene H. Hunter will be In charge He Last Rites Held CHEAPER THAN HAY for the past 100 years as""Angos-
Church Qulncy. He died Bell wife Alvin G. Bell, son, will be mon.The
Baptist Recreation News assistant by Reverends: Because gasoline Is cheaper closing session will beginat turllH-and II still manufactured
Thursday, November IS, at the Miss Jaskquelyn Bell, daughter. W. A. Campbell, and Carrie Jack For Mrs. Arnette than hay, cowboys In Dodge City, 3 p.m. Mt. Union Primitive In Trinidad under the Siegert
Mrs. Ida Fredrick mother. Mr.
follow.log
Gadsdcn County Hospital,
son. The Junior Ushers "'UllII'rve formula.
By Timothy LaneMIDT.RT Kansas now ride motorcycles Instead Baptist Church Panama City, will
an extended illness. A native Henderson Lockwood, brother. throughout the day Funeral services for Mn. Lerv of horses, according to Oil be In charge.Rev.: R B. Ivery 'much the do you know
cf Georgia: he moved here several FOOTBALLFriday Whittmore Fredrick, step-father, I President Joseph Long Jr., announces nle Arnette was conducted from Facts. The publication the will deliver the sermon. how a "dash4 Is-exactly TIt
says
yean ago, later Joining St Nov. 20th All-Stars Larry Webb stepson and Miss that the ACE, League Arnette Chapel .A.ME. Church, swlth was made because each Thursday 6.30: p.m. A special I Is M of a teaspoonful. With
Joseph Missionary Baptist Church result: (League Peggy Webb, step-daughter. In- will begin 1 The Directress service a little practice, we are told, you
game t,1.a.srar p.m' Monday afternoon, 4.30: p.m. November horse was eating as much as 112 Thanksgiving will be held.
A, short program preceded the Champs) 0. terment wll be In the Sunny Vale W M. Long, urges all pupils to can become very expert at releasing
23- 'Rev. A. H. Hunter worth of feed a week while motor- Rev, Timothy Ganlous, of Tallahassee -
rulogy. The survivors are: Mrs Tho Tigers shut out the Cemetery. Slmm ark on Funeral this of the exactly that much from the
Sykes support department
minister In charge. She died at cycles suitable for the cattle will be the speaker for the Angostura bottle
Ruby Huntley, Ms Eva Falson, All-Stan M as Jimmy Thomas Home In charge-: church. worth I'
home, Friday, November 19, 6.30: could be run on about $1.50 evening. Dinner will be served
and Mn. Sherman Walker Hayes, paced the Tigers scoring the winning Weekly activities are: Sunday p.m. following an extended Ill of gaaotine.U. followed the close of the sermon.INFANT .
daughters. Sherman and Richard touchdown.The !Pine Bloom MB School Board meets Monday, 6:30 .
Walker, both of Bainbridge, Ga., All-Stan had two scoring p.m. Official Board, Tuesday 6:30: ness.A lived
Florida she
native of ,

IOn Interment I. was held In the Friendship failed chances to In capitalize the second on them.period but Church News 6.30 p.m.: Prayer followed meeting by Junior, Wedensday choir re in Gadsden She was County suceeded for several to the S. Infant Death Rate Too High \

Cemetery. Slmm-Jackson I, A late All-Stan dlrve In the hearsal. 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir years ,
Funeral Home In charge.: fourth quarter carried the All- Superintendent Franklin Murry rehearsal Thursday, 7:30: p.m. Great Beyond by her husband thelate

Stan to within 15 yards of the announces that Sunday School will Mr. Alex Arnette. March of
Dimes
Baskets GoingTo game winning or tie touchdown commence, 9:30: a m. All teachers Elem. The deceased joined Arnette Physician Says \
Salem
but Sykes halted the march In and pupils are asked to report on Chapel( A.M.& Church several

the final seconds at the 15. I times years ago. By VIRGINIA APCAR M.D.

ShutInsShutIn The Sykes Tigers touchdown The Usher Board contest tor School NewsOn Her friendly disposition won for Director, VMilon Conftnilal/ Mal/ormallont, Tin National Founiallon-Mitrch tf Dlmti
came on a 55 yards punt return Miss Usher Board of 1965 Is now her many friends. ] '
members of Antioch by Jimmy Thomas early In the being held, and will terminate on November 13, 14. the The Rev. A. H, Hunter deliveredthe Did you know that 10 nations have a lower infant mortality rate than the United ,

Missionary Baptist Church, will be first period The PAT run failed. the evening of November 28, 8 p. Librarian, Mrs. M. B Campbell, eulogy. States That every year we lose about lO ,OOO babies aged one year or less? tf:
I Both teams struggled to generate m. As an added attraction a special met with a group of enthusiastic The survivors are: Mn. Dorothy That this tragic and discreditable situation! exists despite the fact we have the *
ed.r. some sort of offence In the program will be rendered young people and organized a Young, stepdaughter Mrs. Aut- best trained physicians, the* ...
ther George: Patterson a member first half but never succeeded, Refreshments will be on hand. library club. hie Zelglcr hire Eva Bush, Mrs. most medical schools, morehospital !
o( Antloch now residing In Tallahassee \ I which was due !largely to cold and The Union Program of the UnIon These young people were chosen Jasic Everette, Mr. John Everett, beds than any other MORTALITY RATES

will also be remembered. rainy weather Baptist Association will commence on the qualities set for good lib- and Mr. Frednand Everett, cous nation, and probably more prenatal REPORTING COUNTRIES, 1950.1962 011 LATEST YEAR !
The Sunshine Band will meet The All-Stars led In total offense Sunday, and will continue rary assistants. They were Chosen ,ins. Interment was In the Sea- clinics than any othercountryt .
.Thursday afternoon, S p.m. Mn. with 110 yards to Sykes through out the day. The morning from grades five through I- board Cemetery. Slmms-Jackson .f.. en deaths dads I year p.r 1.000rthJ

Ethel Stokes entertaining. 96. The All-Stars got 9 first downsto service will commence at 11 a. The officers and members are Funeral Home In charge: How it at can our Infant
Sunday School Supt. Parthcll Sykes 6.WEB. m. Rev. H. Wilson and congregation as follows: President Dorothy mortality! tlIb t lowered? 1962 ICSb 'on"" .

Calney announces that Sunday rF,1C AND .JUNIOR I.EA- from Bristol, Florida will Brown, 8th grade. Vice President In the course of my work COUNTRY 'ANI RATE RANK RATE SDI ;
School will commence 9:30: a.m. (UK!: BASKETBALL KE01STAT- be In charges The public Is In. Annette Oliver, 7th_grade! Secretary Saint James .' of The National
The' Board of Deacons will ION 1 vlted. Doris Green, Bin Foundation. March of
Enact with the pastor Immediatelyafter 1 All boys Interested In playing Assistant Secretary Lucinda Church NewsFuneral Dimes to eliminate birth defects NETHERLANDS I 15.1 3 25.2 ::19.3

Sunday School Pee Wee and Junior League I son, 6th grade Ilaae'l as a leading cause of infant SWEDEN 2 15.1 I 21.0 27.2
Mr. Katie M. Thomas will entertain Basketball may begin; register to Song Festival ward Lumpkin, 8th grade. mortality and disability,
the Junior Missionary day. All boys In the fifth through ben are as follows: Sylvia services for Mr. Arthur I have talked to scores of ob- NORWAY 3 II.'. 5 28.2 n.O
Hoard at home Sunday, 4.30: p. Hth grades are eligible to play. Deborah Carter, Janice number, 1., "Lock" Bell will be held Thurs- stetrlclans and pediatricians I '
in. Boys In the 1th and 8th grades Held SundayThe Mahle Peterson, Gall Peterson, ray afternoon 3pm. Rev. A. R.McGockton leaden in public health aneiiother FINLAND 4 19.2 11 43.1 ss..
The Senior Missionary Board will play II* Wee Ball and the Mary Matthews, Reglnal D. pastor In charge. experts to seek answers
will meet, Monday, 7pm, Mrs. 7th and 8th grade boys will makeup Senior Choir of Mt. Zion Washington Linda Brundldge Lin The deceased was a very active to the problem of the infant AUSTRALIA S 19.5 2 2U 20.4
Mufti Brown entertaining, the Junior Boys League You C M. E, Church entertained the da Doyle, Jeanette Gunn, Evelyn member. He was a member of( the mortality rate in our country.All .
feel that better 3U. \
Weekly prayer meeting, Tueday. may pick up slips to register from song festival of Quincy ChoirUnion Milton, Rudolph Brown, Rodgers Board of Trustees of the church. would help. prenatalcare I DENMARK 6 20.1 7' 30.7
of the coaches at Carter- One, The Shlpman, La Montte Cause, Lon- The entire church membership
1 J.m.Hospital any Sunday 3pm. NEW ZEALAND 7 20.3 4 27.6 26.5
Everyone that
Parramore High School and at service was well attended with nie Mae Bell, and Rulha Mae joins In expression of sympathyto \ agreed probably !
the
the swimming pool during the all twelve choirs Ceymore. I the family. culprit is a most young blameworthy woman we SWITZERLAND B 21.0" B 31.2 32.7
Report hours from three to five. Following the Weekly! prayer meeting will be might call Sally B. She is 20 :
which was presided JlRrtktpaunl'l Parent Night held Thursday evening, commencing reasonably pretty a high schooldropout UNITED KINGDOM 9 '22.1 9 31.4 29.6IRELAND'
Admissions November 17 through "A" Members in Islah Jackson, 8 p.m. after a she
November 23 (Dates Inclusive) and presentation of the President Set SuptSam Love, Jr., announces is married to a laborer: whose 10 24.2 U 46.2 47.6
COLORED: E. J. Crooms, and Mistress of Program that Sunday School will begin at education ceased at age 12. She I '
Lewis Flowers, Ade Lee Jack- Receive AwardsPreston Ceremonies: Mn. Katurla Squire. Dear Parents: 9.fi: a.m. All teachers and pupils I has had one baby stillborn and uNnllf.fATIt :at: :lU' U*3..2" 'U.

ton, Natanlel Houston, Deborah Harden, Jr., RodolphHoward The choirs and congregation In order that a closer relationship are asked to report on time. two miscarriages, and more LUXEMBOURG>> 12 26.2" 12 45.7 42.7
Reed Juanlta Bemire Thomas. blended their voices In singing the be established between the The Senior Missionary Society such shattering experiences are,

Norman Jackson, Christine Du- John D., Rufus Roberts Peoples: Jr, ,members Jr., and opening selection "Jesus Keep Me home and the school, the Senor will present a special service Sun probably store for her. I CANADA U 27.2 10 .41.5 :lU
Pont, Beatrice Washington Alfred Nearer The Cross." Class at Carter-Parramore takes The Senior Choir Intimately acquainted with
Daniels Joan Dupont, Carrie of the Qulncy "A" NFA Chapterwere The host choir rendered the this opportunity to Invite you to K'm1hm the music this prototype Is Vera R. Keane, I JAPAN 14 21.6" IS 60.1 52.4
Burrow Thomas Williams Isaac the recipients of a check In tint selection which set the stage Its annual Parent Night Program.It The Junior Missionary\ Society now research' director at Yale
the amount of $500 for participation Sunday University I School of Nursing, I REPUBLIC O' GERMANY IS 29.2 14 55.6 47.5
McCaU R. L. Williams, Jr., Qulncy for the afternoon song feast Is felt that as parents of perspective will present a program '.
In the NFA activities
; Samuel Williams Floretha U. judging The total money received from graduates, will find evening 6 p.m. New Haven, Conn.. and for
you
at the North Florida Fair Board met merly director of parent education ..
pan, Havana Willie l Walker, the Union Choirs was 14646. that it is Important that you be The Trustee-Steward 1960 IN1fawn
Tampa; Elizabeth: Cotton, Mid Thursday, October 29, TJ64In The next Union meeting will present. at this program Monday evening. 7:30: pin. WUIIe New York Hospital-I ,.II 0",..,.UttIIH Nati.ee, ...,.,.., Os.s. eM U S. D..m-III HMlIIdweIieI \,
addition above Cornell Medical I She
to the amount Center.
way; Ethel Letton, Attapulgus, Rudolph Howard was presented a be held at St. Hebron A- M. E. This Parent Night Program Is Lanier, Chairman ot the Steward has had long experience u a !. and WMn, Ndieed VMd .tdias DIteaa,

Ca.-Catherine Hlnnon Tallahassee! check In the amount of (2.00 for Church, the fourth Sunday in December to be held at the Carter-Parra Board presiding The In combined support public health nurse, and to me neighbor; or they don't have will need to return frequently.
BIRTHS third place rating In the district more Cafclorlum on Monday night Boards goes on record fund she describes the group to' the time; or they don't have Those who are requested to
Willie Gene and Deborah Reed, NFA Judging activities November 30, 1964 at 7.30 p.m. of the proposed ng which Sally B. belongs in these the money for transportation return at close intervals are
Girl November IK. Tho NKA members were accompanied Card of ThanksThe Again we expect and would appreciate drive. The sum of JGOO Is expectedto terms: to the clinic and for a baby- the high-risk cases where we
Sterlln and Joan Dupont Boy, to the North Florida family of the late Benjamin your presence. be raised by these boards. "At any given time in the sitter while they're away from find such disorders as diabetes,
November 20. Fair Mr F. Hall Sr., acknowledge with Respectfully yours, United States, we estimate that home; or even if they are high blood pressure, anemia
Johnnie and Catherine IDnson >. III'y tQuW.w kind The Senior Class and Sponsorhr. Jealousy and envy affect nations there are' some two millionwomen pregnant they're much more and obesity. I hasten to add
for NFA grateful appreciation
( your
Ctrl November 22.: .. as well as men and women. na concerned about'their husband that in these eases there are
Chapter. .expression of sympathy......-- t about 100.000 iontotht :i being out of work; or worried remedial measures that can be
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about where they taken.
h.rdcore iuwvr uciv- cununw; are
turn a deaf ear to let next month s t''tb': If our 'Infant mortality rate
prenatal advice and refuse to money for this week's food. remains shocking and fright
attend prenatal clinks because They just poohpooh the whole ening. that.traaedy is 'no Jus-
they say, they don't considerpregnancy Idea of and preventive tiflcatjon for doing nothing to
IS FOR. as being *slck.' heath service. That's Improve It The time is long
"when you ask these women your typical Sally B." overdue for us to roll up our
and girls why they won't go oprenatal But let me say to women in sleeves and get to work..We,
clinics in communities I early pregnancy that even if most certainly can make our
where these facilities exist, they do feel some reluctance prenatal clinics more Invitingand
they say they don't need any about making their tint visitto less wearing on those expectant
P tdvlce or, if they do, they can a prenatal clinic we usually mothers who should,
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II loot I. th* Eaat Side .( a said Bootloa Three 11), fawnakip ChI OekL More Everything' Just Ducky
ABC road, thane run North II* 4.' Throe tl) 'North, RamaMl plant to to to
I CLASSIFIED ADS went) alone sold road II loot I (It Watt Chatthookoa., pUntbed apace U the answer for
then n* North' Tl* *** Baal 0...... Oaunly, Florida inwrlnj enough plant, not eve
171 eel I* the Weal aide of .ad ,.. are h....., nqutrad lo -cine.
Railroad) tknc run foutk It* fits with th. 1.It.( said court
FENCEINDUSTRIES 41 Baal abut said Railroad your written appaaranc (par.onally Car of the plant during tram

....I feet I* the point of ...- or b) tuornoyt In rod I.p pUnttnf could ewkty ba ona of
alnalnr. Bald trt .t land eeatalnlna roc* oU<.. r "".(0'* the II the more neglected marta4ll'lOnlCtit'gISI(111)8
< 1.I *or*. more or I... d..t l ocmi 1144, and thar*. ... entire The
E.OR.: RENT ; I and belnr In th* aouthaaat .auarur otter I* (II* at "'r5 an th* *ppoa.nt crop. .
.( lection 14. Township I aounaal, I'.u W, Alambarta, plant U transplanted
I North Xna I Wool, Oadade Ill watt Wa.hlniton traot.hatlakoMh after pulling trim ChI bed

County Florida.Tniethar ** Florida, and file the Iraa ahot'll0 the plant provided
with the (olUwInfequipment with rid dark year written dog
on tnr k.* .
FOR RBNTi ** r on there toil anme adverarcwrtllton
(or I4I 00, one two bed A I NO to-wlli 1.anaon K any t* th* emplalntt 4
kern
kerne for II* M Mr Mifewlifc 1 Ford lift Hyetor Bareala Ik* tin** praaortbod ky law, UK* u delayed waterIng.
polo poilefced Mk door, til* motor ,karala.aaltlna tip tb* **tata, Rekearrh with flu. tobacco
hlteken and all mod- t Worthlnitei' Sam feed water right. tltI..1 Inl..... In, or lion pulled
that cnrrytng
kath an hu ahoni
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., a ronvenlonT*. Fin, Fhon B .FllebrC.rxn.bnr HI IIMI 71' I MONEYDOWN I 1 1.1-0.: : a and S a Church ......., upon.claimed the abn.*>.yon doacrlbod Haraln property tall plants over from one day to the

M HI I.HI* No CFX, R.M. 111, milk IIhp. ;..t. or ludair.nl will ba antarodfalMt next has reduced ylrW up to 100ptlfila
alaetrlo motor No. Ittltlt you by ..'.ult. acre. Take the brat
toll KENT: Lane trailer .'''' Jackson and Chunk Proaa In WITNESS my hand Sod t.. per .
a' Hli. Trailer t>.rk. ...led .......'10" .... aa abora al of sold co.rt at Quincy, prentbte rare tt plants protect
I,,ilw I;&et tf ttulnry en Ito ". .1 milk 1* ka. Motor No. Illllt Fields, Ikla Ilk day tt N...m- the plant tram th* pun while

i..n Koail. _Pall lil-ITII. I minor conplMa with II ha.. bar 1554. waiting to b* trarwpUnJrd. and
motor tar roduotlo drlroeomplot. IaI AUB4win
UP TO 36 MONTHSTO In op.ration ..., water u rote u pobl after Aldd

i 1 short aoivayor Iron miter i..t. Clark tranapUntlng.
I PAY ... Bit OBI ... Hntacmrk
FOR RENTHodcra I Small *ni*.yar* for time DC.
1 and .....,., ....'1.'.. .... Dan W. Alambarta, Stewardship Is
LEONMOBILE FREE ESTIMATES nine with intro belt II' Woat Waahlniian BtroatlialtaaoooJiw +
t tar.. Iwltck panel withawltrko FloridaNo
t Bedroom knfuniUtrt CALL and (u.o boioa *. /5. Dos I, ,.. It 41 Emphasized At
.HOMES I ......It... and Church krlrhProaa tta
IN TH OIHcl'IT Ol>lKT) OF ,
ApwtmraL Lorated b rompl.ttt THB KCVNI JCOIC1AI, CIRCUIT Those
BUM ferric 627-8661 Jack.on and Chunk praaa, not Memorial a
Duple. II Til W. VU.Mi.Kto" complete hot pod many (FOR OAPRDEN OF PUtRIDA CVL'NTY.IN' AND IN

Kllhlk walking dlntinra ol New Moon VarUtt _. Florida I T part I H* autoclaTaa oxmplol.and CHANCRRY llllM. Sunday Nrnwiber' 12, mil the

dupe, artoot and cburd .. Gardner Connor Stewart In optratlon each with. J.MIX. OLKAM: JR.ADMINISTRATOR last day In its Growth In Chrte-
doors In ..* and trackaInild
Mica clean Used TrillinI
OPVLTBRANr at Stir 7wtt
Han SewanUhlp Empheaii
fjIlU1-7II1. during burine and IV Wide I 11 brick* earlS AFFAIRS Thnmai Memorial DHptlut Onin-h :

hour, or II742I4 after I .-... W* trad for furniture *t immmJIm I I 11m..nd eoupl.a tanks. I'up a with 10' (conveyor Mounted ... Plaintiff hiring the DP<1It'lt1101Day aotiMBra _

..,ih1D, el value lima taak. 11 k II') UVKR: U RICIURPION and nmr than eighty per rrntnl
until "Donald DuckCook Wb
I If bolltr tanks one I* M* Will KICHARIHUJN hit mite, the annual church budget waideticnated. Well, everything wu Jlllt ducky

IEAt STAR W* HIT COOL SEAL I Publla Nolle (or w.t.rApprollmatcly : OF iAUHNoll IletondaatlNOTICE \ A record numher ttllw pretty Mlai by kurnrw*. Th* Mia I II Una ........, who recently

'H.fora The FederalCotnmunlcallone 10* toot railroad ** la ".rob, r.... that ,... memhrra and penrti In the won the till of "Mlu Donald Duck for 19C 5" at Sunken GardetulFlorida
.
I track laid ,.
U. S. 10 It roil west of 't' CommlaaloaU I Turn tablaa oon. Uoa ndaralnd lark .( tbs tOroSllt'ourt. Sunday School rf.'l"xW to the She WM quietly tending to her gunlrn at the Ittracttoe
II ...
TalquU In.Tallihiiue. r Hroadeaillnf Co. and by virtue ., 'h.
'Hokert B. Pobeliteln.' Partner 111Sine Truck tarlal No. Final Door.. of Foiecloaur her* four week emphail .hen UM "Real Donitltl Duck' walked up unexpectedly.
Florida I tW. If. Fowler PartnerQulncy. .I -winch i .and Motor boom No -i > with 'tofor entrd In that eorlalninuee The awreaa ot the Dedication

INSIIIAIIQ FlurlbaApplication For Conetrultoa 1 I h Po ....rll... .1. t,1I a.attarhad al pandlna' In tba Circuit Day Program and prevkmi parr
1211 West Tennessee Court the Keeond Judicial Circuit Demonntrition Day
Hermit HP-Ill*! ... ... eeea tt
( rlur. tI.
e In and lor
I Amendment la n.w All I.I IkVlulncy t Miner tnanufaMkrad ky. Il..eManutactnnng dn County, Islet Chancery COM Arttvitlei give anticipated hope Molded Relish Enhances Meat Dish

Pbon 122 ISIS Florida I l'om, ", No. ...... In which J. a. tll.... and expertatkvm that this yea
I Mulky GO"' ,"" e.mpl.towith
AP.rtmont lor renton thin amendment was tubmltollo Jr, Administrator .( Veterana of '
F I'KI'NT. h nother year greaendeavon
will
motor*, bill and .rl. *
the '."., LummuiilcailoaCommlatlun 'n
WO.hlnrletrtna ,Affair. I plaintiff, and Oliver U x
|OI Wet :1 I bulk the
r l loadlni darlca In.tallod Inr \hi rornmunlty,
from l-l. chauae tnques- Hlehard.on and l..I.l Richardson,
MAIn T-1III .
Call UII II Plumbing Untune, Electrical <-lea from lOIOko to 10001t. ant fS whoal.d flat. to' pa appr.ilmat.ly kla wife. ara defendtnl. I, Kd- church and ChI Klngikim ot Gal

SuppUta Pipe and Fitting., no ether eh....... The ara.nd- I mobile lift III marebou50 fork win Inter a* Clerk el the Circuit Uadtng up to the tlnal pwi
mat wan tendered for Illlna ..11'lhe .J
Court the Peooiid Judicial
Water Heater
Til Board. lilt annual Chun NPWSCship -
the
Commission on kepteaber la, Circuit of Florida, In and for war
II* .... .
Cu and OU Healan 1114.Byi hops slam boiler a..... County, radar and by aiirper which vat held We.itetkiay
FOR RENT Robert B. Dobaliloln. Inrladlnt all laauuiatlona. virtue .( the t.rm. *f th. Final evening.' Novemher liThli ,
'."/., 1/4 hone paws .,., pomp
Darn will otter for ala and met With
I family meeting wa*
adding nachloa
Now. II I'. 55 It
all al publla outcry to Ike hlh-
I da.krhalre ehurch
ROCCOPIPE IN tUU! CIKcUIT COURT or I ..t and kl blddar for .." *t a grand rcpnne Irom Ito

THE!: SECOND JUDICIAL CIR '..0. whit brick the ...." dour to' Ile 'Ie.rt and Its fnitituWaV
Office
SpaceAir CUIT or ri. Hii>A, is AND III** balia brlrk Nouns of Oad.o. Oointy, la 510City
& SUPPLY CO. run OAD8DKN CO\>HTI'. All rw mala tal..a Ole h.rInabara .( Qulacy. Florida, en the A'
IN CHANf-CHY ......Ib.. promloaa *.*dIn tth day cf December III, ., :
Conditioned IN RK: PETITION or GRAD eleven o'clock A. hU the esm.Nlnr '
44 YEARS OF SCBTICZT oonaootlon with Ik.* .ak-
a l.ial aalea day and the
r ACOCK. AND WIIXOPKABPKAOtX lug .t .ri.... lS d'o
Thta Ana 'K. HIM WirKTATB (.1:41.: hour bolna' during the basal
WILCO BUILDING !< ur FUIHIUATOi CI.rl .( lha Circuit Court hour of aala, tka felluwlnir des
PHONE 222-1517 VMtar Ililllard who* ".l- Oadad.n Ooun',. Florida crlbd propirtr located In 0...*
done la UnknowniMirothy .." County Florid, to-wit i
1110 S. Uonro Street /Dollr'" a. Baur
Furnished Ciyda Lot Fourteen 4141 Block "a"
Utllltle )Iou,. W. Atklmoa || w
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA 114 Loulilnn Aeaaue .f Jackion ll.likla, aoaordln
Will Alter to Suit Baton Houa. I.uluonaNOTICR IN Till! COUNTY JUIXIHI or plat file In the
.,.., 1r.r rt.
I. (''''''T. IM AID POR AM- the of Ike Circuit I
Your Needs Ton and loch at yes sri ....* DFN COX1NTY FI' IRIDA. ('0.,,. Uadaden Ooa." .
by nolld.d that a p.iltlon for 1:01: HKl Th. K.tal ft Florida a .ubdlvl.lon ef a
WILSON'S WELL DRILLING the adoption of your minor JUIISVY RROWMNd. fI......... portion ef Block* To-.nly-r.ln I
APPLY dove, ... Mad la thin 00. NUTICB TO CRRDITOH 411) 11N".J"II.1 Thirty.n .
tf "the Ilk day at Ne".mher, ohU.1 All bin aitltnra of tha ..,... Rlork
Featuring a Complete FINS, and yon ara hereby of JOHNNY BROWNING dor.... Thlrty-lw Ol and ThlMvthree 11pwt'rt
Ua el Otmlng Pump tof mandad t* Ua wlik lha (' .., are lately notlflad and r.. III *( (prlna.ld Addition
Horn or Irrigation. 1 thla Court your wrltt.n I dafanaa qut,.. t* flla soy elalma or do- lo gulncy, Florida. .. r.. Girl Scout and spicy "homemade relish molded In 2 cam, atilt a
-- I parnuna117 or by attorney and a nanda which they may h.r.falnat cord.d In the Puklla Reoordc specioll.vor/ .,"", to old ti.htonerl" pork and Met dluhe Tide
copy Itpun the altornaya for patilionara Hid annl la tka offla of oil.dn Ceualy: FWirld
SALE TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE I nam.d ltal... In nail : County J l(* .( Oadida Raid land nilnale, lying and News unique rellih I Ita a "", nd..tlulll.WI' roinhlnalbm of slowed tuma
FOR suit a* t". oik day a( Dor.ot. ounty, Floridac the ocurtkouaa bunt In the bull I of Bectlenl toes, canned crushed |ilna|>|"ile, and Irrmm liver felatln
I CO. her the D, 1114, to show caueohy al Qulncr, Florida. wlthl Twelve 1111 Tewnnhlp Tw.
t I sold akould an ,'.n'., Poor Tomala riaPPla RrllJi
patlUok not; moatka from ins < ) North Banaa (41
UZI Baulk Memo ttTaUahiiaae 1-- rrantoilVU1NKM. dale of the (Irat pakllnatlon *f Pact and .'n. In tk. City .( Girl I Smut Troop IM mH M-wv 1 ran (t ID.) itmvnl '4 ....'_n ground alliplc
SALE Florida my hand and the this ..11.., Earl: claim or des Q.I...,. County ., Oddn, day night. Nov 21 at Ih* Plml .
Hi UMr
FOR official aaal of the said court, at wand maat ka la wrltla' and and .,.,. of Florida. rrihytnlan ChurrhW Inmaloc iiooni lneir
,
112-1197 lOt I I Ihl. 41k day at must slate the plue..t ..Td.' .. Tk* said property a* kforeealdloaelhr rxWlmrton and I""* kM* (I ....) lemon I ran (( / oa.) rruahejflavor
3ulncy. .ldD' had
2 Bedroom Home I.. A. 1114.Kdwln and poatofdr add,_ .( tha with all the ...."' ...*. a iclilln plneappl*
RraaonaU I Baur claimant and melt ba ....,. ta koredlianienl end .".".n."..* capplrd. ntnmony The new \{ teMHwn will
421 Koiwwood. ) Clerk of tho Circuit Court by the claimant, his slant *r hit .h..n' ...Ion.'", e. In any mcmbcn that wr rappurl mere
Pi lord. Mont Sell Bocauaa alTr I Uadad.n County, Florida attcrnay, or It will kooomo void wl.* .pporlelnlni holing cold to Man Morvan Sandra JohnemArm I'otir 10m.".... Into iuorMn| laving ran lo UM a* mold" Bring

n.ter. Ull Slier I:SO pm.n 1 I Byi ./Om. M. Hathcork acrardlnf t. law whit aid deriecloted mrharaanR and Mean IMHUtrr Inmaliw. to a hnll Itnimnra from heat. Mllr In |*lnlln until dl.>
tt HOMES Deputy Cl.rk I..t.d Skis It day of 0.160.2. this II dy *( H......,. *
wnkrndn627 JOIIN1ON A HARNETT 4. P. I.... 1114 we saw a film that will anlvetl Add aalt, allaptaa, lnrr, out itlrtgrl." I'uur tote

I 1110,0.r t for Patltlonar VIOI.RT BROWNINO' (IKAttKdvln help M with our alit aiM barI.NIII'1 emply tomato and pineapple can and rhlll kntU. Inn Thrupunrttir
Jolt HALB. J wmoon mobile Uyi Jark A. HarnaltI4A AdmlnlotritHi af She Bottle .( : As". Branr txillom ol tan dip In ami unnxild. (.,.
home 10' aU'. ....II..t oondl.tlon. I Baal Wa.hlnitok Street JOHNNY RUWN1N grrlba
I kodroom, front kltch.n. gtilnry Florida Dtoaaaod. By l/Douilaa a MinrIXpuly I
WMh.r C.II J-im after # + IF I No,"h, II, 14, DM. I It NOT .. U H, M 41 Clerk IITHB <

DO P. ht No". I*. I*. PooI IIHOMK IN THE tlRClITOUBT OFTHFJ IN THIS CIRCUIT OIUJRT or I'WftlPA 1'1'111.11' "TI1.ITIICICOMNIIOII F rT 7\

FOR "AUK I bedroom KlngsberryGreenwood i IKOONI 1UOICIAU CIR THIS smUf0D Jt'DICIAL ('IR.rUIT r; d-t' .... "-.., ,
and I bath. Ill00. .... .t 1114 (',tIT or FIX>RIPA. IN AND or YLOIIIIA. IN AND .ta- .....,..V ,,t
Maanolla Drive or rail IIi..... I-_' =. FOR OADBOKN COUNTT.IN FOR OAft"If COUNITCAMR IJt APPLICANTS HKREIM: pona

NOT II. I*, tl 0.... I 41 : CHANCERY. ('lfA NCR' R T. OTHBrT'lNTEREwTEDPAR .tr:
No. 1411KVILTH Nil 5leaNOTirr ALL : :
: : B. sMiTH Itl' .l1auc"TI TIM
FOR SALE!: Plalnlltf NORA "R4NItUN NOTirM la 15nlhglr.o Ihklk Richard Wynne. afudent 51lt.ite
andSunset VII, Plalellffv1. Florid Public tftlllUo* Com Air-
I Bedroom Air Conditioned IIOBBRT: DON SMITH, mlMlon, a Omnilaatn Momkorppolnlod Ontral Academy,

HMIMS Low Dow fajinMit i Iter.ndant JAMES PRAN=Lilf, ky Mid Cmmlaln, orn rr/tl0i arrived yealerday I to ipendth Aso. e..'
FV Acres NOTICH TO ANSWER rra.k.l.D"'M"' Eiamlnar: '..1.nt.d ky aaldCommlMlan hnlkUya with hie parenia, Mrand sop
Low Monthly" PaTaanit THE ITATE OF FIX>R1UATOl TO J..M will held pukll Jabs.
Mrs. W)1-
Arranged. ( Robert Don Smith Route JIlL
rating Already IUalllpella mat
tho otlowlnc *
.orlni on
Normia McMlllaa, IOU M..- CLARK PLEMMONS I O.n.ral IMllrory I Okie) ora al tha Ito..sd place .P- MlH Paula ......a., atudent alQtlpnla
fK loll California ./. Dwlaht Ward blind "l"w| Ourff. *. MAr+ama. wlU
wlla IrlVr. Phone MAIn 7 1311 I. You are ".rob, nollflad that YOU AUK: HKMRBT: NOTt- 1S I* AM Monday, t.>.**...., .newt the hnUlayi with her parnta.
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la Cult for dlroreo h. boos PIED that a Complaint far *lvorca Si0.j
... HALE Brltk 0.0..'. 2ourold brou ht a(.ln.t you In the Circuit haa keo flli4 aaalnol yea. .,ale iVflo Bulldlaf. III M.,...I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. taalto
bout, I b.droom.. I :....-- ('ourt of Oadidan County. In and yon ar* reaulred I* **rv* espy Clr.aJOeh.ee.1114
.' Lar. Kltehea.Dlnln1R'rm 1 And For Tha H.oond Judicial Clr- o( your aniwer er pltadlna Ftorld.t y.r
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CemblMd: Patio Utility I lull' of Florida, In Chanr.ry kyRvalyn t* th* Cemplalat on Ike plaintiff l..'Krr Ha tiii-K
Room, Carport. Paved Driveway B Smith, Plaintiff b. .. .u....,*. ....."... and I An the ipplleMlon *f M. .. KEY CLUB
Has ...tral boat (*.at. I In, and you ara roqulr.il lo '11.I Hornet, A 110.*... al Law, UA kXJIITER: lr ..nt,.., ear.r .
l-l N' .,...." 81. Quincy, T.I. I wltk the Clerk of aald Court Let .. c. Itroet, Qulnry rl. ..,.\11..'. of paklla oon"..n.M .
phone MAIn 11741.MISCELLANEOUS". your wrltt.n d.fanaa, personally. Florida, end (II. tk, orlilntlan.war I ,. and nereoatly *.,"...'.1., REPORTBy
or by .ttorn.,.. and lo aarraupnn .r pleadlna In t... office tho tranoportallon nad.r contractor
'On "At&1 H'u"; and lot IIIW flardnar and Lln.a Plain o* the nerk .( Ik. cirenit. burl J a Tkl.pok, ".n..., of
",".no.. Call J. W. Pans tiff. atlornaya. whose adilraMQulncy on arkefere the II day *f Do ..*. neade I.......' I'.. IIn.*... rlof.ai Blarke Mew f, 0
P..eorlt. 427.41$)., 'If 1 I. State Bank Building. b.r A. D. IOIl.lk J. B 011...... Prldont .( 1.
IfI gulncy.I b.for.Florida I a espy Iharaof yes foil| t' to .e, a necre. Past l.mhr O*,. Qlny, rlo,. This week at our Mmday elitism
on> or tha 14 day of D.comb.r .
: rIli' Pr. Co.I...* will fc* take Idol and Itl.'...' Blair, war of Unrenjxik
W. U.
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A. 1144 Fall noth.rnie far meeting attnrney
or a ....-,.. Pro cont.... .-m;: foe.Ih* rmpllntICPWIJ th* relief de> Idway. orlda, *Hardwood f frdckt MMlMInf 05.. Qnlnay ofmk to na. Mr. Une WIll hv

'.? nBCEIVRn van load of old rill.WITNEM ho ant.rad .hand.,and you Nat I Dnlud at Qiney Osd.dac Cans. ,.. .r *r ..n..,. "..,.. *r not Induced hy Jimmy Ilarimau. whom

unn.ual umltur Marble top of J 0' ..,. Court my at <4amT. 0.".. ty.., Pi.rld...... Skis Sus day .t Ne. trod r.eSh a dressed. latka to charge of th* program.Mr. 4
table, gale le* tabl. eon "' A. IA 5544. para. ".le e0 pate, Iraal04 50
ohalre, deal aid time roll top doe rouniy. Florida Ihla I* day (PICA!.) eel ,...,... PnlS a droved, and Une remlnlarwd about die
.......,.". round table. round J of November, A. B. 1141IEAU I BAUB. ardwood, ka. kMwoo lighter diets nl W* hip arhml day
hlna, taut but not leeit, ,..1...,. < ./ Edwin .... Clerk of the Irenlt Court ell polnte and o.r; : Od>4n, and mnlraaled hi* generiviaim

.d and I'.dlgre.d Junque. upon I Clark of said] Oaart nadeden Coanty, Florida Lan. Waahlnatmi, jMkoon, waSlea It* trnk* of many .r' ItTWINO, V1N10N rtONOnO-nrmorwl Mi old nnma
nun by tow
dally I *l I en. undaya hy apt Wo*. II ||, ... Do*. I 41 Byi ffOni at Ih'.1t and falkoun Counllo Flor*
<.lntm.nt only. Phone 111-4411. ,..,.,' Clara Ida. es Ik* see hand.. Owe fromsaid prrlenre he had to high arhn. af MUMgivllla, Oa< ...,. Carl VIIt...., vfea In rllrln| I...

This 'N' That Shop, Damaacn. NOTICE TO ALA THI':CKCtU Qulncy, Florida point, **4 plaoo t*, (rm sod I'
Oa. UFIIJ. AND HAULERS: *." I*, I*. n .. U M .nd ...,..*. all ....to and plaM rranrta -"
Th. Board of County Commit* I. Hlll.k.rah, "...11.*, I.... Mr. 'tl4 phot af himealf taJtan aa ka arrived] to Waahmitoa
TIMB TO INII1IRB: TOl'nIIERRT lonara ol o.d..." Ooanty will ...,.NOTICB. .. roll BIDS ......... lad Bradford CounFlorid MrCall.In .. sons kl. Prat t..rm.
tak.a .
CHRlaTMAII II j oa In .. l will be rorel.od ly .... land tine '
.Ii.o. Tu.a4ay >o> the .. "... *. *a Ike .. hit talk Mr. enratigad
Such a little time t* sore mb.r I, lit a'alorkM Board ( raaty ('eca..I..*. with auikorlly lo kl allr4 ; ha to our
." ..*..., for Chrletmaa P. for the y/urpoaa of ..te'". on of Oadadaa Cavnty, FiwrldaP ....* and .".,. .* ..., In ka-*. to rwra
Call Ill-llll and 4.k. about Inking mailmum weight Mmlian I. *s4 A. M T.....,. f>oomhr from all ...,. and place la (frarhen and: apprwlala white
Ulna Avon or write Mro.Dorotby <> aorondary roada la 0...... > I. Ill* foe (arnlakln.. llUHorotiak "'.*",. I* ill point rhry ar* do tnt Ikpralaed
Martin.. P. O Bel 1141: Collnt: ,. o'aolln* t* Ik. II...* and ."d.. ... plaree In Uadado Teuniylarld Club for IM rmlrlfwtlnm -
. _Mil. Tallakaau. ., Fl.. Itl l Any. Anon firm .. aoranratlon. Ooiwrtm .* '..11_., t*>wlti .. *. All *f rid Iraaiporia.a Key America
dairln, to ko hard la ".r.., Prhvtl Tack W.sn I...... ...,.. ., to (h* youth af
I* b* .* *1 ** Stroll
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Mlfl/ d U app..r.WITNY.I : ,., ".. I.. ...". ar.mlum. tar roaloa and) lrrflf oca*. and Ito --.
my hood and IM| and rvtaa f..n,. talk war wD rerettr-
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TVSErtVlCEMACaTB .1 llrd tiny .( N...", ..,, 1144Kdwla ,l.mlar. Tra.....rt t_... t. .,....*. Iqulre of
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Baar Clark Noting | || plea r.
12.110. I.wW. 15rant. ..... .. HOARD 1XTITTbar I n'*''. ",,,,., I. ***-tfr lie kllak.Moe for the applicant PI_'". I* attorney d.RTfh die rnmlllC d *mkethall VA h5' 9 .

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I OALUO7: ( ('OUR??. FLORIDA 1 tareetod pertlo will be .!..' arveral mmmlttee toanraurajpi
RADIO ft UV, Novembe II ... I-- > ara t. b. 4'Md tap (
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I rw ss5r.we. r (TIT IN! AND FOR UAIMOrN ht.o *f n k of nriH roam William T Mare, .. and fn. .
I .> .. .. from ...* and to
Oalnr. 1 H t and p1lwd away
tNt NTT rummA ii iHAN.CFRY. tlaarlyotiod "H.".. Ike Plerld ...... I'ml .
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Radio nRIOA HRIOK COMPANY, of Mmkr, |*l|. kefhan from to
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flroenbrler, door wagon INC ,. <_ ear a. a'I II'''.. 2:1 ,
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Heater I pond Meat lire eelll, .III<-.M.nl*.**" condition Call INSTRUMENTS I ...a...,.aorporatlo. ..d., aad orcaaiaWaad by vlnaoof Inotw. rrw II"roir'MTTo1'mMtnwyn'q, C05RKwtawn : '..'UI.I...11I.. r 111..1" ra brim wldl Gn eiotwe'A

.. tha laa-a of the Stain oiriarlda RYPVi'TIVR SReRFYART II gamed
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Trad V"r OU On* larr i PlatnUfC 80150110 Cfol.nrTT. PtiltThADVi
(krMaaaa I... $neowho It S.4 iI 1250N T11dtSy 5.1 Sgdt
FLORIDA BRICK COMPANY O* i"0.4
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1- I.aata.4 aad aalotlnc abler ... l's 'fI' r l crt1T rrW'RT M MY.w. bgw.rak

Music t>y oirioo of tko .... of tae aiata Two peyytwn I'ToIMAI, Ma. [ jD tP\.Wf. rtJAUt son
I of Florida aid OAKLAMU COM- 'ml. 'If AM1l ton" fot4Dorrw'v.PV rus'

moots to Mln Aadray .*.. COMPANY RRTS PILCIOtN.. ariarlda wt/trP*. lit )

Sp W. King .... ... ..,.,.... t( 14 Eaat WaiMalia w BTATB BAIL *aad b.nkMooraoratla .AVAIL 1IUa.r'WatMRRY.. nBrU4lIt. 1e ,Jft). 1-led

roll IAI.K Halltcraftare I XII '. Opm Man Taea, "**.. FAt a( ........ Florida. it.letltt.lfrrpy .
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Like new Flue **
Writ Bo T* ./. MA 74701 ar MA 74MI I ..... la botoar inooi that nj rtOtltJ.... ii. mils. JOHnri4. J
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"roa of foro too r* ........ on rnnrrao o*' "/>mr>A or ,... Soul fW'I III IM.
I will net be bold reopen*!''' tko lOl day Novomkar A U .
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for ....,. Iwarred by .n,. : j. wOTr edAN7 BPMPTOrAL r.- SY iI. lyiep 55(554ImNNel
any The ell beat tnduatry anUcto- ky Hoa' kla Oorl M*> '" "TUCK at > .
.a. etker than .,..If. 1179 growth gain to U Cecil m of Ut. J**.oa ., IkoClraolt *"R ...
Fred U .-... aloes Dp Or4 I* cad .., OadiMoaC Alt nraiai rlal.ilfi. any .*..... aaaay tot... Mnnpoe low led Ihoatbtag bULwow. /
' ..., ... 14. Hoe I It per cent to the number af orotnOy mty. Florida la II Mil th.e.tapending ',..... ,,,.. N ..,._ 2.. of U*. )Me fmtm twtr aatrjeajanitoha ha 1hd.I P\DWIIIG GOlO
and to fud oil. ....,,,
oU-hrated w. FUOMIUAItlCk .
op**, OIl coal ,..... heroic
harm ami here done
IIrIettIJall at llartarkmd. cf ('IIIItItIIIf I rrmwrf bye* ; COs "lff'. 1JM; **rvwaiwa _rl.... *r a.,. sort t... .,. ( IrM cma B to bt.bbj Pr w'_w
raei BwtUateaf Kknd. O-CMIM* sad estates ,..,**...,* kr ptajKbea1 preparao. tnr 0w .
71.r4dte haw obarrved: aptoybn OU i aador.sad ky vtrtn .r tka lawat Till tTATB t.. ..'nltID"'rO- SKI cn4 And apealdikj a( IQ c.p Bet.....tr/ let

flub cowm) atari who Ik* ItaM *f r_.. M Pltallff All pones alalmla sap aotato.rlcVt. pWaIb II. Set* ar* a *. f*> CS ...,.I.. It.. .... ....
to and FUWIPA BAKE
ta I A aratonphrr as IBM POM- lOla, 5P laifa4 I.. of nOl
ban prtrkljr pines, Moavtof U.-kp wva thlnm th! way you ae* thrra. PANT OF FU>IU1>A. IMC. a !_ the rat ,......, kroi rntodm I w.ld tka to Baa* = al l'be 5f 'lownlG 50lJ 'IIU'

MFR attached iiarparatta* orvaaiao sad oalot .Le. eb.L *f aid part lhor**(. Unrig.It Waal ,* S. atra serfdt .*. aw ..* Ire M. toMM Met. TW
tr, he win blow ta> wlik water !.* nnd.r aM ky _.. wi too D.6* '**ta, OrooilaaaYM pnetfiyt .,..... PI I* to Wnaed M SrI
Vaunt water ba will bta aj ,*r*>. use. taXiaX aWttoOOalihruld iw. of U.* MM *f FwrMa.Uolaada aol h.n/y BMtftod that bid II Las an! N*to
with aaneaiotw soil ..... ... *!. (basesD.eiaS prdimr I. ..... iltl *.. ko BIT wee tat daaaaaa re aapefknl fit*. IHcaitl *iackil awn***
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WHEREAS., Serious questions have r- r ,,,. the finer things of We. One of the cleaning powders KEY PROPOSALS IN till
Episcopal been raised concerning the Na. d '<1' A No longer do you plant a forestof especially mad for removing cot-
ml widened Democratic
lineal Council of Churches, including Llgustrum or Azaleas or a few margin
Church Notesfrom among others, these areas: 1 arborvitae around the foundation fee stains will help wash away In Congress could increase
1. Operation; 2. Pronouncements, of your home and call it "Lands rancid oil and restart the new chances for the passage ot tv.o
public statements, and release: caped". Instead you use materials look to glass or metal surfaces key Johnson Administration pmpouls
St. Pawl's S. Lobbying, 4. Alleged CommunM that compliment the type of Make U a dally habit to wash health care for the .1.
influence; 5. Educational literature structure and the building mater the coffee pot for butter-tasting deny and aid to the depressed
After reminding you at our ; and 6. Our representation ial. You use plants.to Insure privacy coffee A dally bath will also Appalachian region. The new v.:!.
'n1anl lldvlnr Day service aiId ;and WHEREAS, We believe t ; you use varieties that Insure add yean of service to this appliance \onatll11lUp encouraged Dem
a.m. her .t St. Paul's, and this study report contains thoughtful color all year long for your ocrats to believe they could put
.t the lam hour at the Flint objective and acceptable, answers Florida garden' ; you plan your through these proposals.
Baptist Church,, I would like to ; now, therefore, lit It RESOLVED garden to meet the recreational' HONEYMOON ON HORSEBACK
reprint' for you' here a part olWhat 1. That the study report I need of your particular family. Faith In anything does not
appears In the official Gen- of the Joint Committee on Above all, you plan a setting for Davis S. D. Mr. and Mrs. wsv-r
with the shirting winds of fortune
Neal Convention summary Just Ecumenical Relations on the National your home to show off the good Arthur Miller pent their honeymoon _
distributed to all the clergy\ thin Council of Churches be received points Just as the setting adds to on ho aebsck. They rode
wk. It reads ai follows: "Of and commended to the the beauty of a gem You realize 840 miles to Cody, Wisconsin. '
-ldosptfad (merest to the Churchis Church for study; 2. That the that not only does I beautiful The trip took about a month. Mrs. ELECTRICALSERVICE
the considered action of the following principles shall apply in landscape planting add to the aesthetic Miller said it was a wonderful
Convention with ward to the National i the selection of the representativesof value ot your home, butit trip. The couple drove back to 'I
: Council of Churches, which our Church to the' General Assembly also will increase the evaluation' their home towing a trailer in
was based on the Report of the of the National Council of your property should you deckle which their' horses rode.
Study Committee of the old Commission of Churches: a. Representative to sell
\ on Ecumenical Relations shall be chosen' from the several It's easy to bring your house! up SHOWER OF lUlU Anything from win[
The statement In full reads U Provinces of our Church, b. Each L"v. to date, R. E. "Ed" house
delegation says Brown Rochester N. Y. While driv- tag a to replacing
shall have In the
follow: WHEREAS, We I'PCOI'd'our Province
President of the Florida Nurserymen flit down Saxton Street a whilelalred -
1 conviction !that Increased participation of our Church to the General a light bulb
who the seal of
threw
displays man Jl, $3, $10 and
Pies.byter
Bishop one
Inht working of !the Assembly one
FNGA and ask for his advice and $20 bills out of the car window.
la and two Lay Persons neither
National Council of Churches a council.\ When Patrolman Albert Detandt
means whereby the Protestant 1 of whom shall be professionally arrived had Ike Shepard
youngsters gatheredall
the Church. Moreover -
by
Episcopal Church can strengthen employed
of the bills
before the
ChrlMlan Influence In American the Province itself shall Coffee Bitter? Shortly
driver distributed
end world society; and WHERE- have the choice of one of thin generous the at
Ail We recognize the great values group, c. The Presiding Bishop MALLARD FORGOT TO DUCK-A dated mallard drake duck that mistook Herbert John- Dills, a resident on a nearby street'
Wash
The PotBy
contributed by divisions and departments hall be a member of the General son's painted outdoor gang scene for woodlands Is held by Johnson In Minneapolis,Mine had reported he had been robbed SHELFER.BLITCHFURNITURE
of S942 In small bills
of the National Council Assembly d. Representatives of CO.
of diuretic to !the departments of this Church on the General Boardshall Alma Warren
our own Executive_Council!;_and be nominated, from among "slick them In" somewhere' This SunFlavor Is the new Florida MAIn Milt
Agricultural Extension Service
is a weakness of many homeowners tradrmark for quality agricultural Rts. ISIS432Wsnhout
Does your coffee sometimes I Ph. MAIn 7-1100
.
.. . and some you have taste bitter, stale If it does you'dbPtteor products. / the nation's marketlaces.
>
a literal Jungle of overgrown material take a look at the inside
for most folks are hesitant of your coffee pot. A bitter, stale
Nobody here to prune! taste develops when the oil found TIME TO WE HAVE .
The trend In modem garden' In all coffee becomes rancid u It Dnoe PslntsFlnmblnf
'w plantings Is Informal, colorful [orms a strain In the coffee maker. Flitnrrs
but nematodes! plantings with livable patio and Even a slight accumulationcan Complete tins of
us t- _II terrace areas alof\ which are' cause that "off" flavor In Bulldlni Materials
.1 designed to give you minimumof i Coffee .[ J Alcoa Aluminum Roofing
watfl maintenance and aa maximumof Wash your' coffee pot every' day e Gilvsnlted Roofing k Siding
? "pleasure Your garden' no mat.ter I In hot, sudsy water and scald and I e Houiewsres It Gifts
how large or how small, how dry it thoroughly to rid It of oblectlonal Carey Asphalt Roofing
Dimple or how elaborate, is still flavors say home economist Gold Bond Sbeetrockand
F. YOUR garden. symbol of your ) with the Florida Agricultural REMODEL Gypsum Products
.: individual personality, your artistic Extension Service. Plus Goods k Farm Supplies
: tastes, your love for beauty. The pump stem In a peroolater BUILD Hundreds of Other Items

,. : f',,:;; Your children are taught to appreciate or the spout of any pot could be BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
beautiful'plants and causing trouble. Keep these dean
!plantings as welt as art, music, with frequent use of a percolator U NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY
statuary_ ,_paintings,_and other of.rush. .
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THAT OLD SHELL GAME-A perturbed giraffe at the Cleve.
Don't let those soil land Zoo looks disdainfully at a pigeon caught tn tin sneaky ,
eat
pests up act of grabbing one of the peanuts meant for him. FRIDAYSATURDAYSUNDAYSPECIALS
your profits this year. D-D is the approved

and recommended nematode killer. lour representatives In the General specific\ legislation, except where'

Assembly, by the Joint Committee siues are Involved on which this
on Ecumenical Relations Church has taken a stand throughthe

to the Presiding Bishop keepingIn General Convention, the Houseof :
mind the balance of lay, clerical Bishops or the Executive Council
:mD D@ 1\\ and geographical representation 5. That the National Council
W t. No person professionally of Churches should follow the
employed by the National burr safeguards regarding educational
dl of Churches shall be eligible literature referred to in the Joint
'for membership in our delegation i Committee on Ecumenical Rela
Manufactured byl to the General Assembly, but the tions' report and if such safeguards
talents and knowledge of such persons are violated our representatives FROSTY MORN
SHELL CHEMICAL CORPORATION may be wed' in an advisory should be prompt In
i capacity 3. That the position of their criticism.
this Church on any public statements
; Distributed byt or releases of the National
Is Garden
.Cornell of Churches be stated as Your PICNICS
:ESCAMBIA CHEMICAL CORP. I follows: a. Such public statements lb.29c'
or releases should have ai, Out of Date?
their primary purpose !the setting
(Formerly Gadsden Fertilizer Co.) ''forth of Issues about which Chris. As you step' Into your 1965 automobile
I tan people outfit to be concerned'
dressed in the latest fashion
b. They should be so phrased U your accessories carefully FRESH PORKNECK
Come in or Call not to bring Into question the chosen your hair done Jn the most
Christian commitment of those modem style-are ashamed to
Cecil Trlppe [who do not agree, c. Statements look at your house you and garden because
should not to give BONES 5 59cFRESH
try specific your garden Is n hopelessly Ibs.
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