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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: December 3, 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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J THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE

VOLUME 64, NO. 49 QUINCY, n.oIUD.32351., THURSDAY .;DECEMBER 1. l 1"4 PKR: COPY TEN Cl::ti7$
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Havana's Cheree Blackburn l FSU County Students Commission i Yule'Stores ScheduleFor Release 'Over $3,000 Is Stolen




Are Hunting On Shoppers



I Is Gadsden's Junior Miss 1 Posted Properly 1 Quincy mail OU1Stnll1S from and stores) mm the mien hoppers until majority. all after day will will Quint-Thursdays find be- ; From Suber&Johnson Co.


I It hal boon called to the alienUon slaying open sonic evenings In
Petite brown-eyed Miss Qieret oj the Hoard of County CommlKsloner order lo lake care nl the crowds I
Blackburn from Havana was selecled that students (rain The majorm ol (he (">1'1'I111 Thieves UsedAcetylene
1 Gadsdcn County'l Junior Honda State University have titan be open Salunlm December Midgets Make Parking MetersTo
Miss Saturday evening at Un ores huntinii with hiKh-powered :26 lip retail merchants committn -!
annual Tobacco Festival and rifles on posted property in Gad- announced this week Individual Be CheckedOn Torch

Junior Miss Pageant" in the Qumcy ten County ..I..s1'111 he mtvcrtixini Good ShowingIn
High School auditorium e8 Since thin It very dangerous lo heir emit schedule soOmpperk
The coveted crown was placed the public tilt Board:: It Id meetng ran know how to plan llioir shopping Thursdays To Crack Safe

fin the head of Miss Blackburn, }t} t Tuesday morning I In the Courthouse excursk Bowl Game
touchier of Mr. and 111..... E. L instructed Edwin Bnur, Saturday morning !December 5 Public : > nirwtnr J Allalre \'
Blackburn by last year's winner nm County Clerk, to write to the university the Leaf Theatre will open, at 10 IIt-a a ulatement; : Weilrn- Sheriff Otho Edwards

Miss Laura GhoUun of Chattahoochee. dean about the students am for a special t\'o hour *lw \- Rv IVmN Janies day rooming that as uywl m I at this Reports No Concrete
trespassing. Vice chairman Murray ills of cartoons alit fcnlurc ,troutsto Quincy All Stars wore e auburnhairedsenior SpooiH-r said the students entertain (lie children hll 1 hy Savannah. Georgia 7-8 In ire meters ale ,\" Clues And No ArrestsA
The
at 17-year-old Havana High School! could hunt In the Telogia Creek their parents shop' This Is a free (nut round competition irf the I0lh alb11ylll:: { '( mofhTh \\
scholastic achievement Game Management Area after show for the children spmaorcdny annual UkcfiMiokee Mutgel Bowl I rt uu I" I. 11111111I large safe in the office of
was judged on securing permits.CbmmiMloner at Wa.NTtMKt Thanksgiving Day tt llu'lalnuts. Muter ami Johnson Company of
tie mail merchants' committee u n
creative and performing' In T L. Maxwell I and made possible by contributions Quincy i look the: opening kickoffsued no'nlMtm$'ni ll 1 I lie open| on thesehalf Quincy wan broken' Into sometime
even
art poise and tppearance In reported work )li being completed\ 1 front ninny ot the relmlmerrhanlN marched 60 yards fur a hollitnjs milking It dui Ittd Thank glvlntf night and
fitness
Ing gown youth sporti road Into Frank Pillmnniilldhfe 8.0 first over f.1otm In Is miming .
4 on a ,touchdown to arab a necessary lo keen the meters In itirtvmy
wear and (lie ability to answer from a \\' Refuge I lie emphasized' i I -- -- --- quarter lead over Sav+umah. Rex ok>rallon. mid: (lilrl llalre aivonllng to Sheriff Otho
question picked at random the work wan done because of tin Camphell: amaahiil over from the The/ officer also" esullawutslppis'tr towards: ,
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the question box. educational service rendered 10' Baptist Group mme yard line. but the run aids 1 | lo keep tlicir an locked The large meal complex" bulkllng
For her talent display Misi school children, Girl 1 and ltmtyl I on the extra point try. ekwviall.v| ; It purix-ls an- left; la thought In have turn Initially
Blackburn, dressed In a short Scouts and university iludenl in Sets "M" Night I' Lute In second period Savannnl while the driver la awny "IVtlythlnrs enu-rod 1 ihruuuh a broken ""' "k.w.
rock of emerald green brocade the pant and because I'mnmn I scored, capitalizing m a break are always on the prowl After gaining Sienna lo the premIIMS .
taffeta with slides dyed to match, agreed I to continue t the policy of Meet MondayThe Kicky RuwM'll. back to saute gum t a arotiml Oirlnlmai lime so be safe the thlrf or Uileves aunt Into
presented a piano solo, "Theme admitting young people to lie I bad snap from center and got ami trek all lours," he warned. Hie repair slv>u alt] rolled a largeuertyk'ttt
) rom The Apartment," with feel refuse I I I Gailwlen Cniint> ItuplIM Association (tackled for a 10 yard lien on his _. -- ._- t torch Id a utility: runiiiilliwlly
big and fmegae. \Edwin flour asked permission annual 'M' Night meeting own 30 yard line Savannah In the rear of the 1It/...
She was escorted by Steve Rudd I tn rent a Xerox copyer fur the will be at 10 Mondiiv evening moved ahead several playa Liter Quincy Reports The rumn In which the burglar or
I The bile of "Miss Congeniality"was clerks office at a minimum at till Kiml lUpllHl hunch as Thomas Carlyle went nine burglars worked has no windows,
awarded to Miss Kaye Sanford prior of $32 50 I month lie said The theme will he "That Men >ards on a keeper for the tmiihd One Accident sffurdina the safeiTsi-ker ample
, senior at Quincy High School I if the machine proved unsatts-I:Shall Worship Him." and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs factory the contract could be can Ilie guest pastor alit he the fur[ the point after to make It 1-t Over Weekend cumlilniillon/ side. of the safe Is In
Ralph Sanford. She was escorted A celled. The Board granted his request i'Rev E. S Amlemon, pastor of at Intermission.This a well.Hunted 1 offkw easily seen

by Frank Morgan. tlie RIvernHle BiplM liun-h In punt situation was definitely TV Qiinyy IVpailnirnt oPulilli < even from U S DO Dial runs past
The contestants other than MIa Mri Marjorie Gregory County Foul Myers The church one nl the tinning point 1 In the gameas Safcl.). rrpol1'od one actIdem 'Hie ttu 'r.
Blackburn and Miss Sanford who Extension Home Economist, wan the smallest In the SoullN-rn tilt,,- Quincy hid limited the CeurRiana iiv'ei llw Htvkend which occurred ifNirenlly familiar wllh the 'In.
competed for the winning title asked to be present at the t1
were' Quincy High- MIM Jane t In order to submit a and fastest growing chuivlic on the during the flint half and the aec- ixionA'xnrdlng culprit{i INaI red a large Nile In the
Durham, escorted by Joel Em. of equipment maintenance west coast of Horlcln and Is a ',until half saw huh teams engniddn to Officer (ieorgellntKllcy I steel back and l then cut through
bry Miss Jane Strickland, esrorted anticipated expenses at the Canning pioneer In using radio and television a strenuous defi-nslve stnuuile' a vehicle driven by iiiiroxlmalely| six \Itvhes of coivirele -

by Jimmy Barinrau; and _.,--- .----_._ --- Center.Core facilities fur services The game statistic were as (Twrlle Alexander Slix-lnlr, I'' snort another quarter, tixhdiet
Miss Patsy Wood escorted by Jim I -- -- -- Mr. Anderson. has had previous flaw as tlie score Imllcnted: Quincy Negni made a left turn' | plait, entering Gee enact spot
Spooner. Representing Greensboro GADSDEN COUNTY'S JUNIOR MISS -- Cherw Black- WorkerIs IMmtorales In Smith Orotgla Rushing yanbtgeQuincy" 111, at Uashlnglun and N Madison in where" the valuable paper and
High were Mica Margaret bum of Havana won the coveted title at the "Tobacco The altemlunce gad for he Savannah 118, first downs Quincy front of a second car, operated by I money were kept After taking all

Dean, escorted by Bobby Smith; Festival and Junior Mist Pageant" last Saturday evening Arrested Here meeting has been set at 350 S, Savannah 8. Douglas toM'\IIII>lI.h of ilollywoo(), o( the eurrency. Urn checks and
Miss Elizabeth Sober escorted ---- -- An aivlitcnt ncciirred causing other valuables scatteredhout
and were
In the School auditorium. Miss Blackburn I team lout Its
Quincy High Even though our ,
ilnmage tn both "t'hldl'l stniHint-
by Robert dark. David Steven McVoy, a while I Statistics For Savannah, the floor Apnroxlmalrly
competed against 10 other entrants at the annual event only rnrt.lllterI Ing tn $331.Sim .
I From Havana was Miss Betty field worker for the Congress of well $400 In a little side cumpartotentwas
I we were all proud of how tlw'yM. D W.t.
wllh
'lair
Chamber of Commerce : chai-gnl
the Junior : was
sponsored by Quincy missed
Jn Smith, escorted by Bonnie Don Racial Equality who has "been In Gadsden Listed played and behaved. Our I Midget' and driver license.I
aldson. Chatlahoochee entrants Photo by Martin' Studio this area most of this year, was root ball Qtlt't'nMi.1 Ellen having no Also broken Into was a cigaretteniNihlne

were Miss Rifle Green escortedhy arrested by a deputy of the Gads- Estimated population ot Gamine' roe was truly a Queen representative and] a soft drink' box lo- I Icsted
Michael James; Miss Lenelle den County Sheriff's Department I den County as of the first of this of Quincy. Cuttino SpeaksOn In the lounge An estlmatndPOO
Holt escorted by John Rogers; Long Distance I Faculty-Tigers lust Tuesday and turned over to year according to annual I he a memorable : was taken. A small box o ttaliilng -
and Miss Ulllan Perez, escortedby the Leon County Sheriff's office cal statement! published' lWor.lf'l.I:: they participated I Decisions Oi coffee money was also

Jimmy Jones. Skirmish Set McVoy was released from lie Stale Chamber of ( lalloll'l In the various festivities such as hroken open and the contents
Coy Deal served at master ol Telephone Rates Leon County Jail that same day 4S.HOO, which \Is an riding In the bawl paraile. touring CourtRev when
ceremonies during the selectionand Friday NightThe under I $200 braid posted by the 1900 census of 41BUD. tree Okefenokee Swamps ate Supremo An employee arriving at Ms fcx

crowning of Gadsden County's To Be ReducedLong Summit Fidelity Insurance Com Other Interesting acts listed In tented a wiener roast movies, I Thomas p:. Oiltlno pastor at an early hour Friday morningdiuxevered .
He has been charged with the' Offtciala ot
CoronationBall
"Junior Miss. A will be puny the report deal with s number (ifI coronation and other bowl games ,of the lint Baptist (ImrcH of entry.
the Flghtln' Tiger pilled larceny filed the firm and tree' Uadsden
on a complaint :: County
with music provided by Deity I hers extended an,
different categories As ol thr Quincy has Quincy was guest speaker al the
against the flghiln' faculty tomorrow notified
Rent Alla of Tallahassee Sheriffs
Sawano by United Department were
All-Stara followed it the distance telephone rates night at 7:30: In the Quincy who claims that McVoy stole same date time report says there official Invllatlon to bring team Mmlay meeting of the QulnryKlwanla ImmetllttlelyA ,
Country Club. In 9.MO 'IIM'huhll the In Ml to play >n U,. Club He
are to be reduced again the High are In county hark again nn recent
gym. one-ton chain \hoist from then United mobile rrtin Uhnrslory" of
Jerry Gay served as general near future according to an announcement An exciting basketball a that the buying power ul theeounly Bowl rulings of the ; Slates
game between Octolier and the riorvl 11I101I'11I1 Bureaa
event which li sometime ;\ ; .__ _. WMhrmirht
chairman of the made last week by the has been scheduled between the I In "dollars for was tuneemesjrt regarding prayeramid
November 10.Funds to Quincy tn taslst 1 IM)
sponsored) annually by the Quincy Federal Communications Commie Quincy Varsity Team and some I W,3U8,5UO or J1.178 per capita Woman's Ulble reading In the. publicscuds : sheriff and pullcn. officers In the
Junior Chamber of Commerce. sine stalwart member of the Quincy RETAIL am Quincy ut thin xninlry. a. .. ('lit. Investigation.

Assisting were Jimmy Elaenhart Auman, Ken "The rates which will be reduced High faculty NeededFor Total retail sales for nine groui' tlnn wi Introduced by J. Love At noon WKliienlwy, publicity; Don \ Paul Monk. after the end of next month And that's not all there are of store In the county for IUtt.1wa Club Schedules Ifulchlnson/ well\ 1 program ihnlrman. clues had l been uncovered sail IMsrmts
Took, Bob Ellinor, The known minister I concurred
I R. C. Mills gifts; will be the largest Interstate "telephone going to be cheerleader some Wallwood $33,748,000. Individual grouping had hem made, accordingla
and uf thecountry's
cornea with the oVInloni
Rob Mrs. Richard rate reduction ever put more member of the faculty are listed as follows: Fred, Kherlff Utho Esiwatrls.Jackson; .
Mrs. Sam B. McMillan, Ruth Mun- Into effect, and It U made possible Serving a* coaches for Uw faculty ImprovementA H.IOfl.OOO, Fating: and IMnklnn Yuletide Parly highest court, giving
Mrs.
Gardner and Blitrh, by the high level of business will be Carlo Deason and Guy A. places, $780.000; O-nt-ral Mcr sound and convincing reasons for
Allen
roe counselors: John and increasing efficiencies Race. his thinking.' However, he emuliasited -
activity to raise $313,000 diarvtine, $2.882,000 Apparel
Alexander John 1 campaign ; | members of the Quill<7 Beally
Mrs. The
and he his
that
staging; was giving personal
and Otto Dai- in telephone operations" Admission will be SOc for adults for development of a training $2.191)000; .'l1mlture.nd Household
won Wayne Fallis Mitchell N. Drew, president ofQulm'l and 25c for student Woman's dub are observing view In Hie mailer and
J camp at Wallwood Boy Scout Ites- 12,018,000; Automotive.-
ton: lighting. Telephone Company stat ervalion and a new Council Office 847.000; Gas Station, $2.173.000; .'Qtntll'll1l'1NIht"! with a was miking no attempt lo lead Heads Gadsden
j During the evening background ed. "This reduction in long distance the other to his wry nl looking at
t Thos. Memorial !Service Center wi announced today r Umber and binding Mil h'rlKII. Christmas dinner party al
music was furnished by Dick rate follow other such rate by the Presklent ti the Su- $3,236,000 and Drug, $1,082,1)00 1:30 o'clock the controversial matter
I at
House tonight :
Club Dover,
Jacobs at the piano. reductions which were made In Tat Ihtrmer an) Walter Dimes March
River Area Giuncll.
wannee
RI\K tI'O"l1'It: to he a very festive
and Sets Yule DramaAn This promises member of the Quincy High
contestants added
The new Junior than 1936 1859 and 1963. he Council President James Ed Gilbert .
the
when .
will receive gifts from reductions the Bank depmlti fur UM year are Joyous owaslon, lit ...... Key Club were gumrta alhe "fUrth riefirli hill and cripple
of the rate of Quincy In nuking
estabkah meets in Illustrations original Christmas drama. listed for the county a* $2,332-: !ladles give "honor and reeognllkwio III'I'tln"Miss more American chllilren than
business February said Waller A. iJe any
effective ement
various become .nl\(
to izalion: will be presented at 7.30 000 .Savings & Loan '1144"- the gentlemen of the club tam ither human disorder. The Man
tiadsdai County I, 1965 for three-minute Sunday evening In the Thomas Mill)' of Tallahassee will serve at '800 Assessed. valuation uf thernunty ly aid other Invited 11/I'I1" lie IHme la 'adlnl the fight
made chairman of DM Scout WoodwardWins
call
Bury Cap
station -station United anywhere Memorial Baptist Crunch I tal fund I I. totaled at 70 I million! An attractive. program fit fun.mlll".1 against Wrth detects becauae Itlelleves
C. W. Thomas Sr. State in areSundiiy the Continental call maximum The play, written by Miss Shirley DeMilly,Campaign.vice president nf iron dollar with 3D 9 million a* being' numbers and carol .Inft the people are ready Inum
Smith, I II entitled "The Symbol I and t'lu.lntwith Trophy
non-exempt big will I he presenled an all-usn campaign agalnut
$175 to Federal Savings and Uwn Asa
reducedmm '
rate "
Succumbs HereCharles of Christina. I Gadsden'i land area 1* sn ape a Oirtalmas nVVMlkmal ledby Ihla( Iragkl ste of human life."
maximum 'alic' and adult Scnuler for
calls an
$1.00, Saturday I MiNI /flusin VtimlwaM won atrophy
In preparing the program for, proximate 328 120 acre and UwMmlallnn the Rev. Guy Wade. Jailuvm
llrally nuul Uuiittam
90 rate reduced from S2.25 to $1.50, 23 years, said the campaign would and rlliUm In the three'dry
Walter" Thomas Sr.. presentation, Miss Smith chose .. (1RSO C't'lltlWlI stw s. memliers ol the home cds ment tint/iy he
after I 00 calls dally maximum be conducted throughout the Council The show In Miami! ) .tail as aifeptiilhe
: hone
pm.
his home In Quincy three objectives prepare our I 17,038 while and 24,K44
passed away at rate reduced from $1.7J to area In North rlnrlila and pariment are In charge of arangemenla. week. Oailmten' Cuunty ihalnnanship
November warts for a spiritual kok at Sole tax colleclinns NfOIr..1
of the IBM March of Unira.
Thu
30., at 7:30: after being In III health $100 and 6.00 pm. to rate 8.00:reducedMarianna p.mcalla Christmas, to help us realize the South Georgia before April and would 1. be completed county for 11I82 were $ ) --- --- Rl/llng her Arabian" stallion, railttliml January fun drive

for several years. daily maximum. mportance of each Christmas He Is president nf the KORMTKV Klelf Mac, Susan won first place ,1>rns un January 4, IIMl aoslnus'kalee ,
50. a past
75 $1 ,
from $1 to Women
symbol and to acknowledge God Junior inifiliy and nbhon In hen Fate:
born In Anson t 3U UhJ.'Aa .
Mr. Thomas was 'ouni-ll, Council chairman of The amount al commercial lor un Jaiaiary ,
C. July 27, 1874. He as the Giver of All. I llsh Heawr and also UM champkmshlp a matter of Iw-t he
County. N. ramping and activities and Leon eat land In I MO was 238,300 acres declared
attended school in Polkslon. N. C, Wins district, chairman. with 2,2)0,000 cords In slanting Sot Homecoming M th* sane clan Wi* "us,. might' rail I certain

and Wake Forest College WakeKorett ,2 Students Are Th present Council office ls Imber/ In 1881 round pulpwnidcut / 'placed third In Western IteaaureChamplornhlp birth defMK perpetual eulilemiis"
N. C In February 11108, nested behind the County Health I amounted lo 20,117,000 cord. For Tomorrow Class and fifth In unit they are relenllesiily i ( Iran
he and Juanita Caddy were united In 13-6 Tussle Meet Center on land that baa been acquired Phe number of seerfllnK planted illallltn llaller (]JIll. muted hum generation la genrr
In marriage. Five children were Attending by the State for expansion In IM24J wa I.f42,000. I rr\cllly, December: *< i" 00 On her ArtMan stallion, Little/ slim As for enwrgeiM-es| ,>r sib).
born to this union, three oi whom Mill Nancy Stabler and Miss of the Capitol Center. The new AORK1 1.Tt KE o'clok al the Woman' Club, the Avola, *..... placed third In the ... Mr. billy "la. It nut an enwr

died In infancy.Mr. With Tiger 11 I Lucia Porter, sophomore at Florida Council office. will! be krated In 710 In Gadailen County Quincy Junior Woman's Club will ,Thra r.alted gar, seitind In 'tency when 140,000 birth defect
Thomas moved hit family State University/ are In Wash (Umdlswd M rg 1M) acre* hold a Ibimenimlnc/ nteetlnc in Mr llaller Clan* and fifth In huMvi are born each war, thsms.

to Quincy In l>2t and founded By Dam James ngton, D. C, attending the Eastern _._--- ,were *planted during In tttl-t3.mmmernal A total vegetable I honor of all Ur'Ir'pao memlierssnd ,CMtume_._Uas.Fuqua ._ _. ruts of hem dmrneil la a life
Thomas-Unle Lumber Company Terry McRae passed for one Regional Conference of the Council T. M. CUMBIEIN jl II128 head of cattle were re- mpttw'n. An ext naive effort I tint. it mental or physk-al tII...
later to be known as Thomas Lumber touchdown and Tom Hermann for Exceptional Children. I has t..ft1'1III100 to nmlact all Protests ,IHIIIyt"The
and Manufacturing Companyand cracked over for another to spark They along with other student PUERTO RICOT. manic on farm In 1939.MruntieTr (tanner member but If any passnoemh.r II nanny Insider p<4nl....t out
now C W. Thomas Company. the Marianna Bulldogs to a 134 and faculty member In exceptional M. Cumble. vice preskk-nl of, and r\mttt' has m< been eontarted Iwl Um Man ol Utmet In tier
Inc. lie served as president until Thanksgiving victory over Qian- child education at FSU, will attend the nortda Mate Board nf Health In 1983 the average Numher af and wnuld like ti atlend they are Flue'Cured I ipso urn years has marie Import"t
his recent retirement. cy' Tigers. meetings ee new therapy and) other member of the hoard:emptnyee M non-farm eitaUlnhntemi urged to call 637-7741._ d\ame In the fight agamsl WrUilibfrets.
Prior to moving to Quincy\ he Both Quincy and Marianna scored equipment and hear outstanding ar* In San Juan. Puerto Rico as were IvtW Into aeveralraletone -- Tobacco Cut .
served aa a deacon of the First In the aecond period but toleBulldngs speakers.Mlsa special guests at the Department *. nwwfarturiryg1,. AT THE LEAF I IhMugn the M March of Dimes
PAT to take wholrsalo. and retail IraiW. Oncrmuna*) Don Tuiiua par tlnnnred rioters and clinics
Church of Wadrsboro made their Stall er I* the daughter ofMr. of Health Commonwealth of :KM. WEEK arMMInn
Baptist l .k.I. newton trade 130. THIS teats) sharply Saturday the pis roumry, trained. nwdlral
N. C, and has served many years a 74 lead at Intern and Mrs George Stabler and Puerto Rica.Whll 2.D92.. *- niv '
deacon of the First Baptist Madonna High scored tint ana Mu Porter .Is the daughter of le Owes they will observe|tnr'(1un249, lnn puftall>*immmunlcation At the Uaf Theatre today fit- p>vd rut In fluMvrwl kiharroacmge teems are pnivlitlnfl the' best male
! as a of Qutnc7.I 31 yard aerial from McRae to Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Porter of the Aede MIMIUIM Contril Program and 0tlUue 121 day and IUlurt r will :be "Yourlwsa' I. ammuw-ed by fterrelary teal I ram available! for Wrth defer
hutch Danny Jones with McRae booting Quincy. The group will return the medical can programand I Insurance and real **. ( Ileset. Featured on of .Agriculture Orvtlki freeman rhilrlren and woeting; to develop
I When the First Baptist Church the extra point. This actually wa Sunday the community mental healthprogram. 11lIIafn.101, and federal rwemnvm \flllyal\lf M-mrlay will be Tail ...1'.. pmnlffl out 14 the new lMhnliue* hk1i will enable
I, acquired the old Gadoten County aU the margin the visitors needed I Also Included wiil: he -. 21 The total annul pa*. Hospital property on West Wads for victory though Hermann sewed a visit to I......'. Puerto RMsserand Imll amun+lit d to I2.0MUOO In (IW<.id" will he Matured on tueaIdHy I of lohaoro grown In rVirtalaand fill life.
fagton Street In order to establish tt up In the third quarter, G'Boro Kiwanis .largest; eI., I )943. and Wertnewtay.BRRRRR r.....", went silo tahllia- XrtentM\ suppiirted by llarch
a mission\ larch Mr. Thomas scampering over from the II.I tker while' almost II per rent oftfw of Uflnri grama are also at work
srrwd on the buHdlnc tm'II'IIIt'l I Quincy tallied their tone touch- Plans Fish Fry I enllr tutwrra rap ws* purThis M a gnat numhrr at universitylatnraloriea
Ire. Upon its completion Mr. and 1 bra when sxirkhone Joel Era- rIIII..t b1l1tabillAlI.... In this country scat
)1.... Thomas atone with other' hey bulled over from th one A fish" fry *pin ir d by the make M rrjtisl rlnr thaiKVirtdagrown ahffiad, seeking the fauns a these
members from the Flnt Church,I yard line. Emhry carried the pigskin Greensboro Klwanto dub la staled .... *.nf.. acted as a steering committee lot 20 time for 14 yard Hermann tor Saturday evening December to our In-reailng surDfaw. them.
the newly formed miMI when the mission berame the carrie All proceed from a. supper, dwtnc WaHTfia tot are drairwl ToastmastersClub
Thomas Memorial Church. Mr'I Jim gpnoner was outslamflnc .which wU he held before DieireenstmcoOiattahnirtee \ ,by the manularturer and (hu*
end Mrs. Thomas remained asmembers. defensively the Tigers, beret : basketball shuuld he \ prrlal ermltlerad -
With the eitabliiimentet credited with 14 tackle and two game, are earmarked the I <4i. 'or"'N' I have hem AppliesFor
this church to the western section ....u. I I"Coach MO Dtrfani fund. i'rgtn( tit (hrreiary In classify
of Quincy one ol Mr. Thomas- Thi Bufldne victory evened op Coach DHunn mflered a cerebral Type M a* a mprnte type of to- CharterA
dreams became a reality.! He had,the InItial rivalry I hemorrha several wvefcsaoo 1 1I.n. Inr markHing purpnw*
long kit the need for a house of;(schools over the past ebetweenlves yearn, and ta confined to the Tall sure It I* my trftnti Owl rnexist' group of biMlneve anal pmfm >
worship ta this area.runeral 'wrath five victories apiece and hasaea Meimnal Hnpllal. II* ( tap. Tw.' < Ml melt ot flinty aulfuemH
I
servile um conducted two.ldrIC Is He*. > ned tie family of the Urevna- = a Tawrmanten Club soul
.t 1030: Tuesday mwrung. December Qutnry bushed the year with I l bon High Srhuhat<<. year. IR. ICs 'It N ".mber 23 the group deck!
1 In the Thin Memorial t 34-1 mark wMte Mariana All pUles at the Ban fry wig Mi to apply to Tuwtmiutor Inter*
BaptM Church with the Rr. Cuj Ipoated a S-2-1 erl. be 1I0. Any other dnnalimifl SET YULE DANCE aatltml' gar a charter. There
a ado ofOriaung assisted by the ** be greatly appreciated.irrotrr. The Qulnr Jaycees and JunliWoman's 21 mm signing the ehaner.The .
Jfcv. Thomas E- Cusses Inler- e"aeir' Quuvr Ciuk will hnid tee Mt .held m ortnnlutliinalmeefinf
tent ass at 4 o'dori Wednesday Marta II I'I'nr.t ro'taT1tt annual CVtotma Dane al Ih* November 21 and elertH

afteraoon a Wadeatom N.; C Rushing yardage 14 In The Cadadea Cnuarjr roreatry .... N.U<*M| Guard Armnry In gals nrtlrers.\ Those serving are
The J. a Adams Thirst bane Passing yardage I* 71 Vrrr, f'PIII'tI.Ita flre* s> J on Monday Drcemtier U. Nuk Retire prMklrnt; grub
*as la chart of amneements. Passe attempted T T I I the put irve day.. Kumber of Mon 9 IFS Ill I a m /nreduralinnsil 1re prsahulrti
Survivors toctude ha widov.Mrs. Pasties conpMed I 4 f wilds fin* ikar* January 1 nf Muslp will be nimMml ay the i Clark VMrnns'nsadminl-
c l''Imlda l .t'tIcIWn' On-tetra. vie pnaldnil Wallace
JUUHU Gartdy Thnma Paaw* year add tat to 21. whet Mraiive ;
C W. Thomas Ports 'd2-24 a MTrombV e i ISJJ- Numbrr tt weooa On -a. -_ Rervaimia can b* mad. and W WcCnrmks atrtvurys Tru-
Quinry one rot daugMer. Margaret .. I'' reponed al thw assn run. year ........ aMalniMl fmm any J" man MdlNItJ.11II. and
J,. Quincy.Amt Thcmss one Onnrr. threegrandrhildmu :table* ** STank e I totaled N. b rowi 3415lLaualaf I Scat B. McMiDoa 'k a man of rile word. H. la shown emw )ln
Mrs. Frances GMTlr penafcH U WjQuinrr ,=., IU cold OcblockooM River lost Monday afternoon after making KM statement a ar.. Ttriv.i u.. It M per ,.,-1 The rhib will meet at the JHIrttnn -

Durhan. N C Mrs Mary M.. br iaa'woi2 M the Gary area fri low that be would .wtta die Ocbbxkooe ra.u..ib.at the UnlversUy "'It. Ales McMIUaa from llrasw Kntatrrsnl al ,- 30
Mar I 1IM.sla tv> past week atiraipH 31It srs y.arl aoo >UMM' Woman's dub and llu'kHryaut 'm second and li/urth Mmrtaynldit
Sat Kaua, r>rry and. Pnns Mica .ola, dale 11 Ha* aa.T41; aad OHMittf ,, al Florida. & did and Sam swam. The biove soul wub the Usj arUi aO IpaDJL-q of Ih* Query J<)'en and will have Udlef hMjhtut

and Caret 1 AIM great 11.10.gnaakokkea. .. t : i : U, mange 143. I bin m a kayak U WinJoa "CobblM* Id*

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FAOh. TWO OADSDEN
aim that the reduction of about -- Odd Fact 1
Flut-Cured IDV 'percent In allotment for Fuqua Protests II The Visit of the Wise Men ILLUSTED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON 6y ** t'. -** I I I It Is against the law in Ran
IMS li the minimum reduction
us to eat or to pretend to
..... .. m
tobacco Group !dial can be made under the form. (OmllniMtd from Page One _____ .-- -.r. # r"," _-J/j..d: makes, llaards, scorpions, ccntlpedes .
ula prescribed by law for delcrm ng law he has thin authority ,and tarantulas or other rep.
mug lie amount at !Die quota. Hhoukl do so. .lies In publiC.
Voles On Quotas This li because supplies ot flue This drahtk cut will tcrioualyatfoct
cured tobacco have reached an the economy ot our Nom Really cultured persona never
all.Ume high ot S,743,000,(Kit Florida tobacco-producing/ counties mistake vularlty for originality
December 15 pounds. This supply li about and I believe this cut Is notuitificd
three times expected domestic UM' It would be far bettcio Before saving "never." remember -
Secretary of Agriculture Orvlllt and export: while a desirablelimit cut the acreage of those area 1 v rL'pe never Is a long time
L. Freeman hal proclaimed a na. of supply li generally con 1 that are not producing the tobac .
floral marketing quota lor the ftldered to be about 2Vk times do-:en which the tobacco vmpi II," I
1965, 1866 and W7 crop oi mettle use and export, I desire rather than penalizing Insurance Center
flue-carrd tobacco and let Dec. Department official again urged who are producing quality tob IhlllK'l
It u the date for the referendumIn all fluff-cured grower to select which rgarelle (vmpnnles \ 1121 West Jefferson
which growers will vote whether varieties and follow cultural 10 purchase, Fuqua said ; Kif,.'11 Mia., .. ns" "Pixw
prat; The ConKrciuman s-nd that he Hrrod, tlnwlir IraubM bf Uw unnl [ h< cop see wit for and .....u.e.4 Wins UM Marl tall t* rrtum, Herod 10111. kill "
they are In favor ot or opposed tires recommended by Land Grant ., Joseph in KM
WM MM be nnI" Hint MXi thus w thee furtoiul MM tolOan to aetel.has rUI. 'lb1F
Uw
at
to marketing quotas for the next Colleges and local county agents would continue his efforts to have eons and UquIrM wrmlhful wh.n toll d Mctmt us- j ") fUr oHwtaf the num. Thee with neds > to sty aU maid cbadrss asa MII u rwiim Kaarodh U J. era MY.015w PAT THOMAS
three flue-cured tobacco cropi to produce mature, full.bodied, Type 14 claimed u a separate praphtey that Uw KUif tt the, Uii Odd s-a Mtp Him, ud n- tuxlMtm.. Wviwd ky sa .sad, MUM tan m ,.?.uOOLCENTIXT
Marketing quota have been In grainy tobacco which are desired type of tobacco white at the same Jews will k* Dies U MMMhMlinbMtUJwirt */j Me_ ky aooOl. route U<* Italy rwnllrtUUlitw aass a iarptr IaIOII 001,1Toe INSURANCE. INC.
effect for OurMured tobacco each by both domestic and foreign lime assisting farmed in reducing 1-4. MitUww ITU. U-lt.
year sine 1939, wen of U S tobacco the acreage cut.4H.
and
The amount of the quota an. The Department announced also -- -- I MU9gs r- 1 I IJI
pounced today for the 1983 crop that the discount variety programon M
vaearl.iLascod a Um
-MT aueaat YOU
mnili In reduction ot abet will nltatmir FOR 'e'wi1AYa .
a flue-cured tobacco continue eoYw.llnd CNIIDStt
pow-ne Lou A WOETAS&I
1JV4 percent in acreage allot. In effect on the 1965 crop. Under 'T WKN* L/TTt.I/ 1Nt e-/ rats ow puts? ...WWI NIM PVS.AVfaT pORTI0d1f
menu for mint firma for 19RS this program, discount varieties '1w Poano/dT puLt.heul.
The announcement makea 611,429arm are supported at one-halt the support -
available for allotment In for other varieties.Marketing z txa NEIIIfFR .t.tltl
ONE! One Stop Means
1965 compared with 838,B8t arm fluecuredtobaco
for
quotas '
available for allotment In 1964. approved for the 1962, t1tI1 4 Complete Service
A* in the part, a amall acreage'1963 and 1964 crop by 88.1 percent r+ !i
will be reserved for establishes
of the grower voting In a L DIAL 627.7151
allotments for farina having no
12 1961
referendum held Dec ,
flue-cured tobacco acreage hlitor The level of support fur the QUINCY
during the past five years, forcorrctlng
1965 crop which will be announced
error and for adjustIng '
early In the year, will I
Inequities be bued on the level ot support Club
In announcing the IMS quota for the 1959 crop (95.5 cent per J A-Jll
and allotment, Department off)- pound) adjusted in direct proper Newt Views Plan to give a KODAK
dais pointed out that the Government's lion to any change In the price o
production and price tallllzaHon > thing farmer buy The level ot nouns: "(]" 4H CUB CAMERA th't Christmail
program on tobacco have KVTrBTAIM!: AT WEEKLY CROSSWORD .
support for the 1M4 crop war put H .aCQyaY
worknd well over the yean In 57.2 cent per pound. Under existIng .' STATE HOSPITAL Vary Fine Vegetables
liable supplies with 4.H dub ell ACItOII vL
maintaining legislation, no price support The Double 0 DOWN 21. City
favorable prices to producer al can be made available 01the, matted three week of constant JoIlnllur' S.Mayan Man11011II -
minimum colt to the Government 1965 crop growers disapprove practice with the '' : Indiana tans
FloodsState s
However, due to substantial In- quota In :e forthcoming refer a musical program at the Scot S. 8weetaop 22. Proe. W w
entases In per acre yleldi In recent endum. Hospital on November 17. .Condescend I. Parttele of teet/v. s1L OWE gOc
yean, excessive supplies The 4.H dub Joined with the ::r: tf JUnrnfl'&tlo" rar- x r w
have accumulated The 1M4 crop Gretna Homemaker Club In presenting t r shaped C.Vehicles mint I a4 v
ef flue-cured tobacco to largerttiui Funds Needed a Thankwttvlng Programfor eor Island with 2S. Former .M c
the crop produced In 1994. the patienti Variety WII add. 12. Sultan's runnere rut.ra: in v
notwithstanding the fAct that acreage (Continued from rap One) ed by each member by musical decree 6.otherwl.. Rusts r
allotments have been reduced election ranging from a modern 13.Merchant I.QuI.u 25. French
49 percent during this period the southeastern announced part of the later.city on Leader of the Pack" to a Russian M.Jlne T.A I&t1r11t aa..w
site to be
DepartrMnt offldali printed out a folk festival smears cat.Urla 28. Bovine
Wallwood Boy Scout Reserva After the entertainment the 14 Newer DIC..lt) 28. lu.lo 3.W.lrht
Hoi Is a 478.acre tract in Gadi- 4.H' helped serve refreshment U.Famous ..Cereal nol. Turk.
SAVE SAVE! den County, located 29 miles west furnished er* by the Himemukondub. American grain at Remnant 40 Memorial
of Tallahassee and eight miles At the end of the program; admiral t. Poem 35. Rurn. column O
south of Qulncy It was donated each patient wu given a bag otasaortod 17.A mournful 10.Through 34.Leather 4:1: Fathertexclame
ON by Dr C K. Wall In December candles made by the 411 f 21. Sorrow flask ILffect
1982. A retired Thomusvlllejeorgia member and flowed from the tlo" 17.Accumulate for 011 4' Piece
INSTALLATIONCOSTSI surgeon he now live InTalIIlOO Homemaker immben 2D Ahead 11. A sudden 37. Comfort out KODAK
-. The Double "G" club will now 31.Nlght roll of 38. Jump, 44.Varying
I Gilbert said the camp planned It* regular schedule of flying a ship u on one weight- Ciuten.$
resume Projectors
for immediate construction all Insect 19.Worship toot IndIa
Wallwond would provide camping' meeting catcher
facilities fur 200 boys per week Wieryl Thompson, 24.W.teartla I 1 6 4 Ii 11 IQ 9 10 Choice OIwotwloTll4lic
during the summer camping period reporterXLEQANT 25. Rrralnr modelsThe
and would be available for u a los II Ia.IT. .
year around use .Fragrance deluxe Model! 10 hoi tvpr
lie said the camp would providethe 211.AddlUon "1 I 14 bright lllll' projection ya.
tint opportunity for development 80. Skilled con view single frames |lust I like
of a complete year around i penmen Ii 1 I.n I. ilidtil And you con allow your
AND camping facility for the Suwannee 32.: High, movies In ilow'motion, toe Beth
River Area Council on a permanent eraggyhllf '11 "Ie 19 20 21 11 U models feature automatli

SAVE .. Pronoun and brill ant
threading KretivIngi '
Major camp facilities will In 34.36.:Half anam 2.4 ;' U 2. up to 7 fttt wide 400.loot
Bags
ON dude right troop a mil forward reverie poi.c.
1a7rn 36.Orgrea.r u 20 29
dining hall, health 4
age Hon varlabl ipeedi Choice ef
FUEL post, ranger rector quartersnand 36. O..11n1 $0 61 IAvar. lenses, Including loom
t en, camp dI 9 .

aquatic area.Gilbert said. the WsllwoM Reservation n Hospital personnel 1" ; H 44 from $189.50

ENJOY WARM All HUTING Is expected to take care lion k turn your bark on Plan the tried! ami true 45. is n
AT ITS BEET WITH ANlTCAMtu4awt ot growing Scouting needs of the holiday meals that everyone : but atd 1 your own ckllshtful f like 10 CROUCH'SREXALL
Council for the next 20 yean touch, Nothing Roe better the traditional bird than Brua. mammal ). 59 040 41 4s n 4.
Camp Semlalachee In the Apalaehlcoia idle sprout, but thia year the new fro.en baby Brussels" 48. Quench
National Forest. 14 miles them .;- tender little globe a delicate flavor_and prepare 4T.Crowns 45 4. DRUGS
west III TallahMiee, has been as of hew
AUTOMATICMKTCRAIRCONDITIONm used as a Scout training ramp BniMrU ,, LyonnaU' ... church 41 4.erficisl QUINCY FLORIDA
Gilbert said present plans call for 2 fl8cUrN (10 o*. each) U cup chopped onion
this to heroine a short term fa frown baby Uruktels !4 nip chopped parsley --- ---- ---- A
duty after me new rump at Wall. sprouts i teaspoon salt
c..ptCt" \ q.ceweIeg dsdMI wood Is activated lie said Camp 4 nlleee been, diced <{ teaspoon: : paprika I Positive Protection Call or Visit
Semlalactiee In on leaned ground Cook ItaiMela sprout aa < on 1aIlI Drain CauU
!
pa
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e/lb pn eM,Id.l WLNI baron and onion until l bacon
and Is Inadequate tor a complete and onlnn u browned Add
TERMITES!
1 Is.MArW IW sUlhllt bit. MvlAsVteuty Smut program. pan ey, ..It. and paprika. Brussels sprouts Makes 6 Against
The Suwannee River Are Counrll I _
I ttkklr imteM Scouts In 10 Flor-
serves Boy
Ida and five Georgia counties, In NOAH ttIUMSKUtiw [ ahaf/ey Agency
ThU an..Tt-WY TON
eluding Gadnden Ism, Liberty, ---- .- 4'I
Roma Horton Franklin, Wakulla Jefferson, Mad- was..wueo..ar J
and Dixie few.eoYM
Isom Taylor. Lafavette eOw.rr .
to Florida and Colqullt I ThomasGrady LEAFTHEATRE W ITN FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE I
Phone MAin 7-8617 Decatur and Seminole In r 7

1428 W. Jeiienon Georgia. {II\ 1

QUINCY FLORIDA And there the Individual who II I

talk. always, about his ailments JUMPSUIT pa. .1D *II I MI.TIUTIO IUMIIITtlhH
maRlnary and_beloved'___ I lamas to rainbow-colored nylon I .ur eslnhb.rs I.Isty and
found eenlldnnn.Ily' I thlr tins-or soul
trloot Gathered necklineand Thurs. N
Wed. \.\: I .ra t.rmit. ddtflf You Send t
drawstring1 w let accent worry .bout 1h>.. d..'.uch.. Inclt -
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED the long loose effect.Household Fri. Sat. EAR/'WAN- tr II you Beanie have Wolmnln4 your irth l-ct rl wbu >-

FOUR BIG DAYS A 15000 .oUIZ INVENT i Sole ''.''.d lumMr Wrim.n rid
CARS IRIt'"GijlgO MUSCL&'T I Iambs 'v., pot,tlvo p.ot chonaI.In.t
'f141 and roe Vil
Scene "
USED PARTS for all makes Hint The Story of the \IILI.! % WNITIiCNARLOTTL.M.C till I,(it m* llfi,gi 4 adds III!
of Cars and Trucks Getting ready to paint a Immortal then t M lo th.COM.1 a caw hom MAin 7.6262INSURANCE
metal surface! Use an emery V/rrli *r till todiy for
HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE cloth to clean away all nut HANK WILLIAMS DEAR NON_PpuLDa rant SOOKLIT

BUY CARS down to the bare metal and CATI1' RANGIER CAu.
JUNIED ,
so athr the edges of old "Your Chealin'Hearl" A aRANDINQ IRON A See or call jour local lumber
1422 Jefferson MAin 7-7115 paint smooth. .HOT.ItOOpr: dealer er Post k Lumbei and REAL ESTATE
Mac NIRAk1 pOA.I1COPLAV Preserving Company,
PICtAe..r Phone .n1075 (Nut Door to First Federal Savings LoaD AssodeUou)

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QU1NCY, FLORIDA Tin', -
and the noticed Gin, The Other MacGowsnStewart her sister' Mrs. Stanley Cochran daughter tuna i who spent the hoi
Dog, was unoccupied So Taffy' Hlnson student at Emory of Dade City brother William L. Mays win them
Rot a firm grip on the turkey bone University, spent the weekend Howard and son Bob Tampa, Bill Billy Skipper student at Chlpola
AROUND and nonchalantly Ironed by Gin: with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cochran, West Palm Beach and Junior vllege. Marianna, spent
Gin opened one eye and Ignored John ('. Hmson. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woodward.Tallahaaaee the holidays with his parents, Mr ASMART
The I Taffy. Taffy trotted by again No Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harmon Mrs Donnis Similar and Mrs Jimmy Skioper. .t4 FAMILIES
I response. So Tally disgustedly and amity of Bcnnctttvllle. S. C. BalnbrMgp, Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and I Mrs. Cart Rude had as ;
(dropped the bone and turned her spent the holidays with his mother rUsfhlowrr. and daughter. Mrs. weekend meets: their sons George.
SQUARE
attention toward the Wily squirrel: Mrs Kenneth Harmon Wayne Boll, Bainbridge and Mrs. who attends Abraham-Baldwin -ji/;
Br sul peeking at her around the corner, Hugh Williams. Attapulgus, Mrs Tifton' Ca; and Ed, student at _SHOP JITNEY!
rCertainly Mr. ana Mrs. Aubrey Hanna of
of the magnolia tree PensacoU visited. Mr. and Mrs Pat Woodward Gainesville and DavMson (',.lf'IIDa1daon, N c. ;
Understand the Varsity and the Marcus Mr. and Mrs Alexander Johnson. Mrs. C t' Cox has returned froma .
Hanna during the hall
Faculty are going to stage another Tallahassee two weeks visit In Jacksonvillewith
bloodcurdling basketball game dav Mr* and Mrs. Ralph Tutt and Among those here for the funeral relatives. 1\" !,'iliBlJK I I" '+".>0 '.1.l JI"" iiiiisrn
this tomorrow In i Mr. ant t Mrs Norman Wood
night
year of Mrs Fount. Sr. Thursday
May
ol I'f'I'l'nl111-
been hearing toll tales fact at the Quincy High" gym family Tampa were Mr and Mrs Ed May. and three 'h Idren and Mrs. Bernie ,(
itors her and In Attapulgus with were 1
from some of the hunlcn Think B>e-bye for this week! Comeback relatives Trenton Miss Rachael Levy. Tam- rap of Key West spent the i
a few of them I
have been too busy to tree me BambrldgcDr Thanksgiving holidays with his
Boy Livingston
Biinvteln of New Da
Mrs Annette
calling) each other over their car Orleans visited Mr. and Mm Hen and Mrs J. B. Brlnson, Man- mother Mrs fl P. Wood and aunt SHEPARD'S WATER GROUNDLimit 2 PleaselMEA !
telephones to Ret much serious Mrs L. 1 J. Willis
hunting r\ Weinberg and family during the ticello of Atlanta
accomplished Iwit that Miss I\alh Sylvester -
right Unit Ito Unit 2! PerJolJnl holiday Mr and Mrs L. D Cain andfamily spent the weekend here, W
and Mrs Max Cora will\ with
Mr.
anent Thanksgiving Mrs
of
due to the death
NoIlCf'lIson'l hat coming
a M'WIt amend the weekend In Atlanta with relatives in Cairo 25 Lb. 9ge
of paint and the stores are getting Mr and John SohwartiMr Mr and Mrs J. A. Hall Mr Fount May
more and JIrw Mr. and Mrs G. W. Walker and Bag
more of the Christmas I
..plrtl.'p'U be Mr. and Mn J. B Higdnn! had John Curry of Decatur and Mrs Joe Hall and three sons. three aims of Atlanta, spent the Ifefl
putting our tree C.a. recent of and Slew Hall
as holiday weekend guest their were jruests Stanley Stevie art I holidavs with her parents Mr.
up Times pretty office soon 0011.re at the son Victor, who li a student atTulane \tr. and Mrs. Max Gaze and torn- Mrs Janet llewett and son Rickv and Mrs Perry Woodward
UkpH're Just l il\'. Hewelt visited Mr and Mrs J. J
Charles II Gray
and Mrs.
waitin' for Susan to figger out and Mrs Andrew Smith had I and Dr. DIXIE LILY SEE ALLGRITS WEBB'S BEST
Mr
Hall\ In Tampa Thanksgiving
something original Mrs Jolin W. Hendrix and sons :: and children. spent the weekend In
of Jacksonville spent me holidays I:s< weekend guest their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Fireman In Daytona Ilcach with [lr. and Mrs
Quincy 1 looked big city the other' lane Allen who attends Piedmont Ocala
llendrix. and Mrs C
Gray family
Miss Edwin
with Marguarite
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day with the Mobile Crime Unit 'School 1 of Nursing In Atlanta Mrs Douglass Brooks attended H. and Dr. and Mrs M. L
Gray
F10U !
cruising around town Miss Harriett limchlnson stii Miss Johanna Itevthekker student bridge luncheon yesterday given Haire.
Truth in Indeed stranger than dent at FSU spent the weekend at the University of Texas for the Havana Bridge club bvMn Mr. and Mrs Dave Creenwald
fiction Melba Strong railed me with her parents., Mr. and Mn Viitin event the weekend with' Harold Bert and Mn IIAlewlne had as Thanksgiving guest her
the other day and laid she had Harry Hutrhlnson. her narents. Their nenhew. Jim at the home of the former [1II00111'r.1,. rank E.'kliart olLaSMIe
Just received a letter from her Mr. and Mrs Jerry Owens and "iv Turner of Lakeland was also 1 Mrs F H Routon and Mrs (\olado
children of Cocoa are spending a their piestMm uher left yesterday for 1 Lb. 10 Lb.
ton Billy Joe Turner who It Joseph JmnnOWl'nl student\ at Abraham 5c 79C
week with their parents Mr and Miscall Is visiting In; Saber will .
with Special Forces In Viet Nam. R Atlanta where Mrs. Baldwin College 't itbit.spent Rv Bag
Mrs Maurice Owens and Mr. and Ft Pierre with their son In law her In law and daughter
It teem he was In Bangkok That visit son the holidays 1th hit parents
land shopping In a little store Mrs O. F. Sapp and daughter Mr and Mrs W FPodrck Mr and Mrs Don Cheerer Mrs \ Mr and Mrs Durwood Limit 5 Please
Mr. and Mrs Huston Racers had and family Dr Kincald visit Marietta with
when a girl In uniform came up to Radon will In Owens
as holiday guest his sisters. Miss returned to Qiiincv after spendln and Dr.
him and aid. "Aren't you from her ann In law daughter GEORGIA
PRIDEPEACHES
Quincy, Florida The girl was Ethel Rogers and Mrs Sarah the weekend and Mrs. t.. G. lortson
Mnrilea Adams, daughter of J. W. Christopher and daughter of Tal- Miss Sally Boyd of Petham C a. Mrs Henry Faulk took her NOW
Adams She U with the Red Cross ladega:Ala visited MillS Johanna Heythekker granddaughter Ratio Fleming of
and was on her way from Koreato Mr and Mrs MeMn Lutes had here during the weekend I Albany to Ralnhrldw Sunday. H fAR 2'i'
India by way of Bangkok as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Miss Carol Crourh. student at where her parents wet her Bobs 4 $100DEL
Anderson Murray Jolley of Valdosta, MrsEugene Car Newman College. In Joffer- spent me holidays here with hergrandmother. Cans
Vlrgle her
ion
say ; Anderson and son and Mr. Tenn the holidays .
ion City spent t
Walter, It still In Viet Nam, but
and Mrs II M. Kelly of Atlanta
with her parents. Mr and Mrs Mrs Thomas Smith daughter
she hopes not far long I /VIRTTNINO AT TNg MONTE
Mr. and Mrs W E. Listen of WII""m l Noah.Johnny !Miss Tlllle Smith ami !Mrs F HRnuton
Taffy the Ox-ker to spend the Thanksgiving holidays and daughter, Mr and Mrs J C. Valdnita !Mate: College; lulled his i vlllp.I. spent CONCERTiCIeorfy
with us and shei Just as Scruggs of Jacksonville narents Mr and Mrs F.. L Sober ;. !Mrs. W. D. ....Rae. Cracevllle ,. PEARS
mlachlevlous ai ever The dayafter Mr. and Mrs Joe Hull and Jr.. during Thanktirlvlnis I.Mr. and Mrs Karl McRae and and 4 $100
Thanksgiving we gave her a children of Marlanna spent the Mrs A D Hall\ had as holiday :Mr and Mra.11110I'I !McRae and' ComfortafcyWltKMW / -.
huge turkey bone to gnaw on. with Mrs .
Thanksgiving holiday mint her touchier In law. Mrs.torn son David of Marianna were ,
After. __while things became dull Hull parents", Mr:..and_Mrs K A., Carr and granddaughter Mrs guests of Mrs T. R Smith JACK.LANTERN
\\illene Livingston and dnughterSue Thanksgiving Dav uJ MAICOHEARING
I Livingston of Holt, Fla Mrs Douglass Brooks and MrsiE
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. I Mr. and Mrs Roma Horton H Routon attended a brldce AIDS
spent the weekend In Atlanta and{luncheon at lie home of Mrs. L. W. The high notes of the clarinet CANDIED
Dahlonega Ga. and were accomoanled Powell In Havana. the full bavi of the viola .the* I YAMS lOc
CHARLES KINARD Owner home by her mother, Mrs Mr. and Mrs Ernest Young are youn to enjoy when you correct Can
Remodeling: Addition E H Jemigan who had been blood have returned to their home : a boring handicap with a
NEW CONSTRUCTIONGarages i visiting there with her son In In Winter Garden following a visit tiny inconspicuous: Mince aid., DEL MONTE
law and daughter. Col and Mrs with relatives here where he suffered -
Carports Porch Mack Gwinn. a stroke Their two sons DRUGSwill
Mr and Mrs Kenny Richardson from Winter Garden visited him MASSEY
Roofing Siding Cabinet students at Auburn University while he was In the Gadaden County -
Florida Room Enclosures spent the Thanksgiving holidays Hospital before transferring him have a M.Ics Hearing, Aid CATSUP 12 0>. ISe
with their Mr and MrsC (inwillnt her Wedm-Mliv tfI -
parents lei their home .
I "No lob Too Large or Too Small" II Richardson and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Lee Ray Munroe to I1n' Im soaring. teatslily.. Bottle
Havana Mrs E L Suber Jr. your iwrmls a rearing sM furtirhtmss
Highway Phone 627-8495 of Macon were guests of his mother
Among those here for the funeral Mrs Lee Munroe Sunday ( !
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EROSION December IS Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., S. Tradition ual that underly an wllglrmi::
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Wednesday, Navy : U. are essential to the present)"
I Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon KittrelT Restaurant; of freedom. n
and
THE CHATTAHOOCHEE continuing TRIBUNE Exchange Club 1 p.m.. Jefferson House; Gadsden Stressed ByExchange "The Exchange Cub program
s
Published each Thursday at IS S. Madison Street County Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden County specific aim li to build lireterrespect

A. John H. Perry Htutpaprr __Hospital; Marine Recruiter, 9-12, Post Office. for the pledge to the fit*
ESTABLISHED 1801Qulncy. The National Exchange Cub which contains the words 'one rut
Florida racy," by which Is meant achievement -!with Hi affiliates In 50 states hat lion under God.' PresMt.t
*MMd class ""'Ia,. raid at Quint* TtanAa through government control I adopted a "One Nation UnderCod" Freer pointed out that there )IK ,
4 and action. They expect "recognise and tendency to place a
,.' government program to comma aftr"nation" *
One Year p.OO Two Year H.JO SIX Months $1.71
the government, for exam strengthen the concepts of Individual which does not exist ant t twill
J. L. Hutchlnson _._.__.._____ rvkltthaMrs ADwe pie to establish homing goals and moral responsibility and be an education feature "r r
,. Esther Suber _?___._._.. ... Edit IjOOSING( G.wt follow through with the requlslti I dependence on God u basic to the program.He .
Don Carman ,,, ._ Advtrtitinf and Ntvii --.ew action to provide housing for everyone. America's truest tradition." It added that there will hi' .'.
: a.r neon Spending is asked toieducation was announced today by H. E. torts to promote Increased ute 'f i
......- medicare, a luster 1 freer, president of the Florida the pledge] In schools and publr,
tAR a ,e;.; ? teed annual wage, or anything I State Exchange Club gatherings and to combat all '.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL A SomUST PRESIDENT Everything supervised by the goo President Freer uhf that the forts to remove the words "or.
crnmrnt. 43 dub In the Slate Exchangeorganization der God" from the pledge
ltt The Democratic vice preslden Legal 8oUIUm had pledged to pursue -
elect If he should ever soccer ; to the fullest He Even the most hungry octroi
the
It Is not unfair to describe ai program
to the top position, might well become -
will recoil from the alteringtedes _
the first socialist presiden socialism what the ADA and Mr,I explained Exchange: Clubs are undertakIng of the beautiful flower i I" .
of this nation. Senator Huber Humphrey acclaim. The Senatoi year-around activities In cooperation sea anemone displayed at Marina
OH Humphrey was one of a smal of and of Florida.
leaden
V himself has noted In his receni with religious :
of political activists who 1 In
/ group 1047 founded the Americans fa book, The CanoeIs Mankind thai I all faith to emphasize the moral
and ethlral principles, the brotherhood Nothing delights a worker Him
Democratic Action, a Fabian-Ilk European socialism has much 1111 and advance In without
The GOP Conservatives 1 the iiplrihial strength an pay add)
y organization that seeks to 'pl'Cd common with the ADA point ol, the renponilhillties_ot the Individ- (tonal work.
up every possible stop tower view If Humphrey were Brittsl' -
Just a* happened during the preconvention part .
: building a socialist America. lie he would certainly belong In the :;;J
maneuvering in 1964, the moderate or liberals, whichever has been Its chairman, and Ute government ot his British filers
one would call th.m.1n the Republican Party have Its vie chairman and board memo' Socialist Harold Wilson, ot tie

stirred up a ruckus but have also failed to unify and s ber.defends Senator his relationship Humphrey vigorous with ADAand Labor socialist Party Idea has The bern expansion a mao 0

organize themselves continues a member of it.
goal In Humphrey's career. What
Perhaps the conservatives are right and one r. The late President Kennedy additional socialist proposals wil d br

cently noted that the most Intolerant of all Americans U QUINCYCALENDAR when 1853, he said was that a young he never Senator hat In he president urge ,upon or even the president people as via t ;, nr ri .

the leftwlnger, the liberal For he so often refuses tc Joined\ ADA and that he was "110I" The ADA seeks through to aCh'isttRS1.An
see any merit or marol value In anyone's views othei comfortable with those people. power and Influence to reconcile '
Nevertheless, soon after his Inauguratlon -
OF EVENTSA the trend toward socialism with
than his own and he also refuses to play the game the White House wai the American tradition. This UImpnulble
U his wing cannot predominate.It swarming with csrd-csrrying ADmcmlxTS. / of course. The ADA

is true, as conservative charge that the leftwing. Community Service by: the to. Several lend ttwlr of particle these rematned member, please note has muck
to about at the
Republicans failed to show party discipline Per say responsibility
/
Johnson.
era
among talents to President
lop, but makes little reference tt
and tolerance in the last campaign. Certainly the refusal Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce. 627-85IB hap only ADA headquarten loss ot freedom for all below the

of so many Republicans to do anything to help the I knows today how many In the of their. top. These people Insist that state
government
number fill positions
ticket la 1964 hurt the party and its candidates In the thought b control, with all the decisions re-
Thursday December 3- Canning Center 8 5; Florida but It Is ) suiting from government economic
election. State Employment Service 9. 3, S. Robert St. critics of the ADA that thorough.the \pen- power Is the way a modem nation
The liberals have been loudly proclaiming since I ralon has been quite should be conducted. They expectto

the election that only if they are given control again can Friday December 4- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al- Leftward ADA has EitremliimThe shunned revolu do It all legally through fiscal I

the party survive. But this is not necessarily true for political Anon Family Group 8 p.m., St. Paul' Parrlsh House,; tlonary Marxism, to be sure. Al control.socialism The to the ADA U.may S. well brtnj *

parties do not go out of business as a result of a Shrine Club 7:30: p.m., KittrelT; Canning Center, least for the record It oppoIIPICommunllll'l1. hai

heavy defeat. Witness the Democratic Party after 1920 a. 5; Junior Woman's Club 11 a.m., Woman' ClubHouse noticed any, although significant\ no one rrsulti Futer-than-unual traffic add to

and the Republican Party after 1936. ; Air Force Recruiter 9 12, Post Office. from ADA opposition to the Reds modem four driving high-speed responslbilltlei freeways, reminds on '

Indeed, there i* a need for the voters of this countryto Monday December 7- Kiwanis Club. 1 p.m., Jefferson brr Perhaps have this been U very because busy Its fighting men the Peninsula Motor Cub. extension
AAA. You think ahead and
have choice and. in time the people of the country House; Canning Center 8 5; American legion, the sntt-CommunliiU. But It li remain alert.must

will get enough of the move toward more liberal and John W. Shaw Post No. 84 8 p.m., American Legion what the of ADA radical stands left for positions its espousal ", .. phone in color

more social benefits programs and turn back to conservatism. Home Social 9:30 It has, _
; Security Representative : a.m., hat excites Its supporters.
That mood could elect a Republican In 1958 1972or Court room Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203 for' example, called for admission ELECTRICAL I mm phone! Its SMART,
wants s new
of Red China to the U N-, apoddon Everybody
later. 7:30: p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148 4 p.m., that should have chilled II It's SMALL, It LIGHTSI The dial glow. toftly...lightsup
But history shows there Is need for a genuine* opposition First Presbyterian Church. Democratic voters to the marrow SERVICE brightly when the receiver li lifted. Perfect for
party. The resounding defeat of 1964 for the Republicans I when they faced Mr. Humphrey'i I Ii bedroom, living room, kitchen, den. Choice of white,
either the Tuesday December 8Canning Center 8 5; Rotary name on November 3.
caused
was not totally by party i beige, blue, pink or turquoise. Delivered in attractive
I ADA member's special Interest from wiring
platform or candidates but was, more the result of the Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge 8 p.m., The Is fierce devotion! to the Anything I Christmas wrapping.Or .
party having to oppose) a President who U a master Masonic Building;Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers,I general principles a of socialism a house to replacing give a slim trim wall phone .. or a smartly
politician who used every advantage who carried with 7:30: p.m., Club House Shadow Street; George W. Jew Frontiersman Arthur Settles- a light bulb styled desk model. Both available a full rang of
Munroe P.T.A., 7:30 Auditorium Florida High. ogee Jr., one of Senator Humph beautiful color
him the Kennedy legacy (and none of the opposition to p.m. ; colleagues In ADA has predicted
Kennedy) and who had done a good job in his first yearIn way Patrol Auxiliary 8 p.m., Highway Patrol Station., rey's the growth of socialism ithese Ike Shepardat For Several detail! convenient, call our payment business plan offict-or to choose Ilk from.any
nonherrnt
"There seems
while the was and not in terms
office country prosperous December 10:30
Wednesday 9Navy Recruiter a.m., obstacle to the gradual installer.
a major war. Post Office; Joyce, 12 noon, KittreU'i; Exchange advance of socialism in the United
could have beaten )Johnson In 1964. Gold- through a aerie of New
No one Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter Post States 'je1esa
stakes in his campaign but they did not Deals." With the Administration SHELFERBLITCHFURNITURE
modem
water
Office Center 8 S.
Canning
; rylng to outdo It* previous spendng CO.
the difference between election and defeat Some I '
mean records and the Johnson JIO'Y't'rty .
day as the hand of political fortune swings back and ; Thursday, December 10- Canning Center 8.5; Florida, program having been Inspired MAIn TIS41R.S. [ Quincy Telephone Co
reaction sufficiently strong will develop and a I State Employment Service 9 3, S. Robert Si by socialist Michael Harring- (SI-1432
forth a lon, this prediction seems to have I Warehouse Ph. MAtn M100 ,.. *' t1ItS
conservative President will again be elected Friday December 11- Alcoholic Anonymous and Al- wrne validity.

anon Family Group 8 p.m., St. Paul' Parish House;. Other What positions ADA In Want foreign at.airs .

Castro and MissilesFidel Pilot Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House: Air Force Recruiter held by ADA Include support

9 12 noon. Post Office; Canning Center, for step toward unilateral
control
Castro has raised the issue of his over llnarmament with nuclear force
Soviet-built missiles again and has laid he now has 8.5.Saturday turned over to the U. N.. the \Identity More on the way
of to air anti-aircraft missiles of our whole foreign policy
operational control ground December 12Chrlalma. Dance sponsored by with that of the U.N., and support
n Cuba. Junior Woman's Club 9 p.m., Armory. IlIr setting up world government
Furthermore he warns that if flights over Cuban An end to the cold war with Rue everyday !
do not cease he will use these missiles. The Monday December 14- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson ..IaI\ urged rather than victory,
territory House Social Security Representative 9:30: a.m., cUb more leniency and appear
United States has sold such flights will continue. Our ov. ; ment toward the Soviet Union. The
erflights of Cuban territory our reconnalslance over that Courtroom Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203 7:30: ivarmnens they have urged toward Thanks for wasting !
are by normally accepted standards a violationof p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148 4 p.m., First Castro and his socialized
country Presbyterian Church. Cuba would lead us not to pro-
International law. Our justification for carrying on eke the bearded one with embargoes

these flight is the fact that Cuba, in October, 1962 was Tuesday December 15- Life Underwriters, 12 noon and Invasions. Peace,

found to have Sovletbuilt missiles in place and aimed at Klttrell's Restaurant; Canning Center 8 5; Rotary ilnvxit be the foreign at any theme price of, seems the ADA.to your wait for one! of these new 1965 Chevrolets la about oner-and we want to

United States targets. Club. 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Lions Club 7 p.m., In domestic affairs, the ADA thank von for your patience. Come see us now. When you get behind the wheel
These missiles have been removed according to KittreU'i Restaurant; Saddle Club 8 p.m., Auction battle cry has been more govmmcnt you'll be
It has much
planning.
all our source, and what remain are anti-aircraft missile Market to sav chart "expanding drtnoc-:
.. Since Castro heads a Communist country however --- ---- -- -

and since history show Communists to be full of Certain SpeciesOf '

- I Wildlife Are ,I' waled

That doe not remove the fact that our action. In I

flying over another country' territory, 1* a generally I State ProtectedAll i

accepted violation of International law and not a happy I hunters In Florida are reminded
or permanent solution. There will be other countries in to reed live regulations II
which will build rocketsand : vofnre taking to the field says pala Spdtf Corys ,
the world, aside from Russia John Brown, regional manager, S
aim them at us, and we must somehow find a way I Uanie and Fresh \Vatrr Plan Commtsftkm. -
to reducear moment and ban nuclear weapon, for this Panama City. I '65 Chevrolet It-i: longer!' wider lower. It's swankier, more spacious. You could
"MoM hunters are aware of the mutate It for an expensive car-if it weren't for the price.
1* the only long-term ..o1uUon.Moscow's regulations related to taking deer,'
turkey, squirrel, quail and duck,
becauM these change very little,
Tune from year to year" Brown stated
'Hut Florida law now requires .
Despite what some are writing and saying, there that hunter be llceiwd hi take .
,
1* little a* yet, to justify\ pessimism about Russia's future or attempt to take rabbits which
course. The new leader who deposed Nlldta Khrushchev are classified as game animals,
and certain other fur-bearing ani KILLS
have tried to mend their fences a bit with Red mats Including red and gray fox

China understandably but this process hat not caused bobcat, raccoon, oppusum, skunk
them to be any let receptive In dealing with the United and nutria." 1/olilm 8P Corp
The season for all the above fur-
State bearing animals will remain open i FT ''J-mt"t 1.lt1"lfV8'! available with to 350 A softer'
the Chinese For. 65 C/ICVe/fo/ up bp. ,
In fact, after the visit In Moscow of thrnuxhout the year. Thry can nde. And it's
quieter u
easy-handling
sign Minister! Chou En-lal. the tone from official government be The taken following without species bag limit.of wlld-l,,t tIlt. Roof knot Nematodes u ever.

organs In Russia was not more bombastic or warlike are protected at all time In
but the same as it had been under Nikita Khrushchev. Florida: panther, cub hoar Key
deer, alligator, ciwndilet Axis I 4
kr, Rons giKoe, snow (oo e,
And the Russian stated quite frankly that they brunt swan, all eagles haks ando II I I--."" ". .. "i .at. -
believe In peaceful coexistence and want to continue \U, song birds weasel and Everglades Cj _
bettering relations with the United States. The official mink. Now's the time to use D-D8 -

communiques describing Chou's vial were cool: there The man who give advice to
were Indications the Russians had not given In to I I others rarely known how to ad- for better tobacco yieldsGet
Peking's demands vine himself. I'*M Sport CMS

The difference In the present Moscow regime and I I '65 Chew If Clean new line*. Fresh new interiors A quieter 8 and-VSl
that of NJdta Khrushchev is apparently more one of ap SEPTIC TANK available with up to 300 hp. Thrift was never 10 livrly
proach than of basic policy change. That is all one SERVICEVACUUM D-D fromESCAMBIA
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can conclude on the basis of development in Russia II -

thus far.Music. I
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and You ,

Good music like good painting or good writing Is (Formerly Gadiden Fertilixtr CoJ)

always rewarding if It is understood. That i* not to say I iii

that will like all good music but practically
everyone Or* 5swi C Kit />
Call
everyone will like some form of good music once he ls Com In or

educated to enjoy it and exposed to it CLEANED Cecil Trlpp '65 Corvalr It' reeler. roomier, flatter ridinr. With more power anilablr-
up to 180 bp In the new -th..line
Much Conaa..1hot .
And "good" music U not just opera. popular REPAIRED
and it doe not have to be highbrow-long- PHONE 627.7222
music i* good
10 are. morn IrJ by 1"1/,, toll roar rill brrrOrtta
hair stuff to be good. I 627-8403 I I
Moet of us underestimate the power of music. Music YOUR D-D DISTRIBUTORFOR i ""CfMrroMt Cure//I, Cfher7II Com gr Cgtrntb r"fDDt dutll"

can soothe the mind and soul It can afford relaxation Nights 1274861

when almost nothing else can. I

So music has power that 1s often underrated. And In QUINCYVAULT D-D CUSTOM APPLICATION SEESylvester
the United States, too few parents Insist that their children rots
music and learn to play at least on. musical CO.
study Instrument I VAULTS MONUMENTS Woodward T. W. Touchton I MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

Counties hours of listening and playing pleasure MAINLINE DRIVE 627-7371 Qulncy 53W730 Harana
could be theirs If they were only taught what exists IA'd QUINCY 23 N. Adams Street Quincy. Florldcp

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nnnnnnnnnf uWOMEN'S Supper Follows Study Club Meets I n JDIJa6

With Mrs. LindseyThe I' .
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PAGE Mission Study I Tuesday Study Club met
Mr. and Mrs Harry S. McCaU:
with Mrs. L. M. Und e)' Ms .
I had as holiday guests their mil
On November 23 there was acovered week Dessert was served preceding
r .x ci 1 dren Mr. and Mrs. Spenre NfoCall
lJ" !Y dish supper at Thomas' a short business session
Persona having item of social nature are urged to call Memorial Baptist Church follow.1 Mrs Undney reviewed the book'The and family of Gulf Breete Mr..
and Mrs Adrian Lovell and children
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAiD 7.8503 Ing a Mission Study Course WMSPresident Disappearing Island" by of Tampa and Thomas Mc-
Miss Evelyn McDonald Jenkins The author, a
............... ........'\;0" ..........""'" opened with Scripture passage writer Geoffrey of mystery stories tells of Call, student at FSU, Tallahaxsee
from Hebrew 13. I suspense and excitement on a Mrs. Robert Carey and daughter
Following the program, a dessert : Davidson I Mrs J. B. Hayes opened the whaling boat in the Antarctic. Gall of Macon spent the holidays
of fruit cake and coffee and HomeIs In Memory of program with prayer, after with Mr. and Mrs Ralph Strong

Coca Colas was served The boa which Mission Study Chairman Mrs Allen Cantey Is visitingin Mrs. James Cox has returned
lenses for this meeting were Mrs Setting For I Mrs Carl Spanner Jr introducedMrs. McMinville Tenn with her from Inverness where she visited
Doris Ann
11 S McCall, Mrs li J. Morris, Willisft : : i .
Mrs llucll V.ailing relatives.
Carl Edwards, who taughtthe sister.
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Mrs, T P Peacock and Mrs R. E. Annual DinnerThe book, Frontiers of Advance:"I ---- --

Mays. was a beautiful Sunday evening
I I. There were 10 members pres
The family was happy and
gay
i lovely country home d Mr.and No one aware of the fate, ent.
Coffee Given fiaWorldsMOslReOorsmende4Drycleanirag'
Mrs. Allen W Davidson Jr. I )t /
and That was soon to come our way. Club MeetsAt
daughter, Barbara Ann, was Bridge
1 1a
Our little girl so carefree and
i For Bride-Elect the Thanksgiving scene of dinner an annual with family mem sweet, I Owens Home

hers of Mr. and Mrs Davidson'sfamifea Went skipping out the door
Mill Noodle Vincent, whose present With the wave of her hand and Mrs Maurice Owens entertained
marriage to Robert Maxwell will her Wednesday afternoon
"Goodbye Mom
be an event of December 20, was t. J. Davidson returned thanks I bridge club and an extra tabled
i the honoree at a beautiful coffee after which dinner was served Never dreamed shed see us no players at her home on Bellamy
Friday morning from 10:30 until buffet style and consisted of a more. Drive. Fall flowers and fruit
traditional Thanksgiving dinner Oh! that I could call her back,
12 clock when Mrs Mitchell N. were effectively arranged at pointsof
A Drew and Mrs James Mahaffcy Among those present were Mr. And hold her In my arms Interest t In the attractive home
entertained for her The home 01 and Mn M V. Garland, Tallalauee But I know that Isn't right, dear Tallies with Thanksgiving design
v4Ii Mrs Drew was the setting for the : Mr. and Mrs J. F David Cod, were used.Mrs. .

party and was effectively decorateHighlighting son, Macon, Georgia: Mr. and It says so In the Psalms Henry Faulk, who won
I cd llrs. Mitt Paul and son, Brian. She was the sunshine of our home, high score, was awarded a crystal
the dining room Mr. and Mrs Quinton Paul and She had grown to be my pal, pitcher Holder of low, Mrs Maxwell .
son, Bruce and Keith, Mr and She was the sweetheart of us allShe Strom, won a costume pin
mantel twin of
were arrangements
Mrs Allen Paul, Mr. and Mn
+ was everybody pal. : and earring set Bingo holder.
delicate camellias In
pink antique
A. W. Davidson Sr.. Mr. and Mn
: She loved to play, she loved to Mrs Douglas Owens, received an
vanes At another point of
Bill Parramore and children BID
sing,
/ Interest In this room was an arrangement ;and Susan, Richard Parramore antique handpalnted plate.
.;. /r "' '' _._ .7- of white glads with and Mr and Mn I. J. Davidson And now her voles Is stilt, At conclusion of three progressions r r
Alba Plena camellias at the base But her soul lives on In elemalpeal' the hostess served a dessert
and Marlene and
Mill Doric Louis Anderson grandchildren !!, with nuts and coffee A fruit f
The marble top dining room all of
Paul Qulncy
ttillinger And her body rests yonder hill\ drink the
table was centered by a crystal on was passed during game
Mr. and Mri William Geraldine Parker of Quincy, I
container of pink carnations and Each evening when the day Is Extra guests were Mrs Pierce
announce the engagement oi Doris Louise Anderson, debutante camellia, On one end Dinner DanceIs doneIn Williams, Mrs Lanier Richardson.
daughter ol Mrs Parker and the late R. M. Anderson, to was the silver coffee service and her room lest I forget Mrs Byron Suber and Mrs Cortcll II IIr2'

Parker Grady Wilson, son of Mr and Mrs Selwyn S on the other the punch bowl which [ Given For Upon my knees I say a prayer, Edwards : "s
And thank God I have no regret
was surrounded by pink camellias
Wilson, also of Quincy. Pouring were Mrs W. M. Robin. r cared for her as best I could, Mrs. Carl Spooner

The wedding will be January 23 at the Gretna son, Jr., Mrs John C. Hinson Engaged Couple T f taught her how to pray, Hostess At Bridge 71L

Baptist Church, Mrs Lanier Richardson, Mrs Ned I She was lIlOt very dear to me'
A graduate of Quincy High School, Miss Anderson Union and Mrs C. R. Shaw, Jr. Mr. and Mn :Joe C. Buys en And Is, though shes gone Mrs Carl Spooner entertained Jickit by

it employed at the State Comptroller Office in Talla Trays of tiny hot biscuits with tertalned with a dinner the dance Sawano Wednesday !Now sway when work on earth .Is her Tuesday afternoon bridge McGrecor I
evening at my
basses ham, cheese straws, (cookies club this week at her home on
cake and fruit cake were Country Club In honor of Robert done Love Street berries
is also of School pound Vincent And soul puts out to sea Pyracantha
Her fianc. a graduate Quincy High also the table Maxwell and Miss Mozelle my and ] at
on potted plants were points
and has attended Norman College, Norman Park, Ga., the the mother whose marriage will be an I know this little girl of mine, of Interest
Among guests was
. and Is presently serving on active duty in the United of the groom to be. Mrs Tom event were of on December each: table 20. Hurricane Camellias Will waiting Rv her Mother there for me. Winners of high and bingo were M'GREGOR.recommends

States Army Reserve L. Maxwell amps. surrounded by holly and Mrs It. 0 Elliott awarded novelties
conclusion of three
At '
progressions .
The hostesses gave the honoree lodocarpus were spaced at inter'vals .
the hostess served attractive
Praise and Thanks To God" a linen hot roll cover as a memento the length of the tables Bridge Club MeetsAt an
Sacred Music party plate
: Kenneth Nelson of Tallahassee, of this lovely party The mantels were banked with Robinson Home our

a baritone, was guest soloist His autumn foliage, chrysanthemumsand
,Is. Presented election were: "0 Lord Mod Sawano Is SceneOf podoearnus! Carnations and Mrs. W. M. Robinson, :Jr entertained Birth AnnouncementCaptain
Holy," "I Walled For The Lord," bachelor buttons were effectively
Semitone d1
her Tuesday afternoon and Mrs Anthony cleaning
AfForest Hills "0 Lord B. Merciful "'I Walked I arranged on the coffee tables .
: Dinner DanceMembers The honorees received a wrap bridge club at her home. Autumn Joseph Wheat of K I Sawyer Air
Today Where Jesus Walked,
lowers and foliage were at interest Force Base, Michigan, announcethe
of this delight
. book as a memento
Eternal Life 'The
A d sacred "Calvary, nolnls.I birth of a daughter November
program music Birthday of a King," ."0 Holy of the Sawano Club ful occasion, which was enjoyed process Th. exclusive Soft.5ei'
sponsored by he Quincy Muck crowd I Mrs T. R. Smith, who won 27. She has been named Elizabeth
Club, was presented at the Forest Night," "The Psalms" and "The entertained with a dinner dance ,bY the younger ttffh score, was awarded sachet Ann and weighed eight pounds, fabric finish, an Important feature of our Ssnltonedrycleanmg
Lord Prayer Mr. Nelson wa Friday evening A Thanksgiving folder of second, Mrs Bill Can. six 'es.
II11U Methodist Church Tuesday ouni .
accompanied at the piano by hit thl'meI'al used In the decoraIms CircleIn process, prolongs fh.If. and good
:evening, November 24 Mm. H Jf'oTls Church ev received an apron. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs
wife The manIn 1 the lock o( garment That why so leading
: served ss program (hair 1'1'I'I'11'tlon Coffee and snacks were served lack Brown Sr., Marianne and tour many
"man Holy Art Thou," 'Eternal room was banked with greenery Recent MeetThe during the game ilrs Anthony J. Wheat of Qulncy clothing manufacturers, like McGregor
. Miss Sandra Skecnes, presiding Father Strong To Save" and and nandlna berries On one The couple has a son, Joe recommend our Sanltone drycleanlng
Kingdom of God" were presentedby end was a wrought Iron candleholder Wheat Ill, who la two and a half
officer for the evening, announcedthat BIRTH ;
the December meeting ol the Mini Cathy Morris at the piano with three gold candle Mary Crawford Circle tt years old.Birth Try it. You'll recommend It, tool

, Music Club will be held Decem and Mm Gerald Gay Jr. at the balanced on the other end by an Thomas Memorial Church met Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Ma.
her S at the home ol Mr. and Mrs organ They were accompanied arrangement of blending flowers November 18 at the home of Mrs 13 ixffey. of Quincy announce the Announcement ... r
..Hiwton Roger In part by Cornell, played by A footed embossed brass container Inmer Chester There were birth of a baby girl Monday, November notional uniuin
The Rev. Mr. Curtis Bonner, Kenne Gatlln, Wayne Stewart and holding colorful grapes and members present Mill Evelyn 30. She weighed eight Mr. and Mrs W, E. Padrick (the
Bill Blount, students from Quincy other fruit highlighted one coffee McDonald! WMS president, was a
minister of the forest Hills nounds and one ounce and has former Mica Rosemary Klncald
Church, gave an invocation and High School Band, able A cornlcopla filled with visitor. Mn Lawton been named Lvdla Amber. of Quincy) announce the birth of
and other colornil chairman
welcomed tin Music Club and The ushers for this programwere clusters of grapes The Mrs George Mrs E. C Mahaffev, of Quincy a daughter November 22, In Fort
heir guests. Mr. Bonner led the Kent Morris and Reggie fruit was featured on another Schoflcld, presided read the min. II the paternal grandmother and lerce She has been named DRIVE)0
,
troop .In_ilnglng the..!hymn,.."All Bradley _ table.A huge turkey surrounded by utea Brlnson of ,the secretary last meeting Mn S. Mr. and Mrs L. B. Weaver, of Sarah Elizabeth and weighed LleanerJ
Calvary Ga. the maternal and \
of are eight pounds eight ounces IN
fruit and autumn foliage decoratedthe S. Puckett read the names
grandparents She has a three year old brother
larger table In this room missionaries from the Royal Serve
Will The maternal grandparentsare CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETS
In the ball be remembered In prayer.
The mantel room Ire to
Hebrew Mr. and Mrs R. H Strickland Dr. and Mrs It. R. KIncaid
leavesand read the scripture, -
was banked with autumn she also
had as weekend guests her aunt and the patemallTandJlftl.l.ll1l are QUINCY FLORIDA
end 7 23Mn .
fruit On one was s : the and uncle Mr. and Mrs Cofleld Mr. and Mrs C. V. Padrick of
his A. S. Harris opened
donkey with Indian com on .
of Tallarlega, Ala. Fort Pierce
nmk Potted plants, and autumn meeting with prayer Every
foliage were In the corners of the chairman gave a good report
hall room and one lie piano. Candies Program chairman, Mrs John

were on each table B Hayes, presented the program "Light Her Way to Sweet Dreams this Christmas
Music was furnished by Harry from Royal Service. "Worship I I I

Shepards Mn Edward orchestra Fletcher Mrs closed Through with Inlercessary prayer. Prayer and with a Gift of Beautiful Lingerie"Graceful

Douglass Brooks and Mrs tanter During the social bur, rerenhmcnta fa
Richardson of the Quincy Garden were served The next
Club decorated meeting will be with Mn J. R.

Urinklry on December 21 I Laceful and Exquisitely Feminine!

e Woodward Kin Stricklands Are Hosts :
mNw
e1 At Annual Dinner At Dinner Party I
.
Mr. and M... R. H. Strickland t.
entertained with a dinner party
The Woodward family held their Tuesday night at their home on ROSETTA LACE COLLECTIONby
annual Thanksgiving dinner at the 14th Street Colorful autumn arangements -
home of Mrs Walter Gilbert Sea were at points of In-

onal decorations were at Interest erest In the living room and
points and the traditional Thanks- music room Fruit and greenerywere i
? living feast was senedAmong arranged In the '
effectively
f_,. the 50 guests were Mr. dining roan.Following ())6z; aa&l
.
and Mrs, W. \Vomluard of Talahassee dinner the guests en-
Usages tast-pt t,, Mr. and Mi's G V.. of conversation
evening
ar.r.a..i..p tr i.o.u jnyed an
Macspnaio, .0 r Walker and sons and Miss Kathryn -
w a.t, a.a.oaseamenIs Sylvester of Atlanta.
NEW RATE

,,sit.e,, :+ -- Mrs. Albert KohnkeIs

.taiaaoim.Me.a..t. r scan. a Bridge Hostess CITFORAB 1.L .
ix
Mrs Albert Kuhnke was beaten /
to the Tuesday morning duplicate 25c In CityOut
x +t mem ridge club. Autumn flowers were

In the party roomsSandwiches of Town TripsIn /
dip, cake, cookies. Dainty plcot lace.
coffee and Coca Colas were serve Proportion shaped double told
ed. PHONE of Illusion' and

Winners were Mrs Ben Duncan Rosetta lace ap
and Mrs Henry Weinberg first 627-8141 plaques enhance the

(1.. Thomas Smith, a guest and hemline of petticoat .
\Irs. Albert Hohnke, Mrs Fred L. DIRECT TO CAB .
lay and Mrs Byron Sober aguest S-ML Short
Phone 627-3277 ..
thin1.Ash Night Average,
0 YOU CM spitted ..kl tied for second and .
e r liirchlnloMMprfKlftOr trays were prizes the two "You Call Tall JJ M
first place winners received. XL $Q.liO
you us find It Mrs We're There"

la "mlnutii' ...I Is. eur "large i
John Curry, student at Abraham W. A. McLAUCHUN J
Nlsctlos of tilt .
Mwtil Baldwin spent the weekend with
Owner and
rose gdtjwtity' wstch.s..froraIuiea his rents Dr and Mrs J. M. OperatorQUNCY.
".OKtD.'
Priced ss low ss Griffin:::.


VIlli as sans-$24.73.while tUf 1I\ / j

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QUINCY tItJappUqIwd ;, -,
Rosetta lace motif ,
on brief 2f/

/U/ Wood WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTENDA F \\ 1.4.T. use S300
JetVctr
c L. \ Rosetta lace motif
sppltqued on trunk
CORDIAL INVITATIONTO with picot lace edging Delicate colors set the mood tit elegant
107 E Jiffcrson QUINCY. FLORIDA simplicity In this lingerie of nylon tricot
J.T MM by Van Raalle There a whole array Of
I ALL OUR FRIENDS 1. $300 continental colors to choose from. By all

TIME FOR CHRISTMAS / "Reg. U.& Pat. means Indulged! \\1woft'IN see the delightfully .
00. tow priors, how can you Ksiat

FRUIT and NUT TREES and FORMER CUSTOMERSTO [i/I l'ettI.tlaflt trimmed] \ .

with double BJusn -

SATSUMAS $4.75 VISIT US AT THE lace"appliqur and Rosetta*.

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KUMQUAT sweet $3.75 CAVALIER RESTAURANTIN I.I 14.50

KUMQUAT Sour $3.75 .. -... ..V 4"w wq Oc a.-, .


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CHINESE CHESTNUTOnly $2.49 Good Food at Reasonable Price J

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Squad will be limited to I U treatment II I delayed It U a aim as Thanksgiving guests, Mn: and I FFA morning and U does \knk sigh [hurt to get soaked to the akinevery
player All men Interfiled In pie matter to avoid the disease: periona Mn David playing basketball please" cont It flog raiser must not feet [3 Mr*. Thomas vikmon i< Jackson catch a cold but It sure did breakup
NEWS the m'ration department at Qi)' their pigs raw swill vllle and VIM Mollle Doss of West NewsThe J Q. holly was in the ofllciTueaday some good fishing\ ,
HaH, 627-76B1. 2) Homemakers must conk uncured find, Grand Bahamas auto Mr. and morning and we had
at least ltalf hour Mrs. C. R. Shaw ha returned Mr*. Gilbert (raig. long chat It the
pork one- Quincy F.F.A. held a special quite a was MORE (II'S TO VIETNAM
By Dnna James HOMKVS BASKETBALLAll to the pound and from her Jacksonville home to Mrs. Prank Demkl of MtilrionMlM. meeting Thursday night, Noveni' first time I had had the opp rtunltv -
women Interested In playtr 3) the physician must ask hit her home here and will be In ii. spondlng! the week withher I her 17 The meeting I was held: Ir to talk to J. Q. since Ix The United Stale tent another
TfKM>Q IV:' MIDGET basketball this 644S season pIns suspected > patient whe Quincy for several weeksMn. 1)mth'r; in law and slater I order to elect a sweetheart tot had his heart attack tills DHSIsuinmir ass military men Into South
FOOTBALL IMKORMS: contact the recreation deparunei her he hai pan pork. Allen Boxtick Jr. has returned Mr. and Mn Arthur Macon the chapter The contestants weirDelore Apnarenly he Is setting Vietnam during November, It was
Please turn In your Midg 110 mtrreat wilt be known. from Atlanta where the Judge and Mn Marvin Kellyof Bryant Kay Buwtt, IVsh along much better now illM-kmcd More American air
Football Uniform which ,,e mUll U enough Interest If ihown one: (Correction In last week Mrs spent several days with her par Rotting and Mr. and Mn Scott ,Fletcher, Jane Durham. Sttndr Irntwport duties' also have. been
have for Inventory purposes no team will be organized and en-I berry Cnucai Vi nip flour and ents. Mr. and Mn Harold Flaw Kelly of Lakeland II'tt1111111t1 Selman and Patsy Wood Dw Three. young miss that are em ....nl. The additional manpower
later than December 19th lewd in the Tallahassee Women. I* cup butter wets ommltted man Her mother accompaniedback their brother in law and slater girls were Judged on their talent ployal m this Work on South bring I'nlle<| State militarystrength
Basketball League to Quincy for a short Mr. and Mra. Harold Bevl hv Mn Sla|>prv, Muss Dvdis, MrEulNink Mailimin Mrevt have been UrssHJ In lite troubled area to
Launder and place uniform I in : with tiinhs last went tc alxxit 21, ,oro since mklmmnior
'
vialt. *, slat Mr Rldlebnnvrr since we up
Mr. and Mn
80 Viuglas Owens
a paper bag Identified with U aiheaive JIMOR Bon BASKETBALLOur Miss Sunday, 1 ibert Maxwell student at Val- had as holiday guests their son The IM4-81\ F r A. sweetheart. b pnKim<< Brewer who workiairou arcnrdtng to Informed
tape or your name on Il' Junior Boy Baxketha data Stale Collect, spent theholiday Beth Fletcher Both did a nunlomlne the itn-el' at Adams Funeral sources
In law and daughter, Mr and
outside and bring by the Quinc
locateon Program for youniten In grade Is Buried Sunday with his parent*, Mr and tile,. A) Hall of Milton. of "Let's Go Out to Thr Home started it oft last Frt
Recreation Department 7 and 8 will be organized after Mrs. Tom U Maxwell I IMn. ttellgame," In which she played "it,i). hint Mondiiy nmrmng DorMihaffey Alciholle beverages art not
floor at Hal
the second Qty the Christina holidaysTryouts the ot and who I* In the engineer served or permitted to he used on
In advance for Miss Mary Lou Sunday, 80 of Maude Baron of Tallahassee part a )'I1UI1ItIOO1an
Thanking you Donn James, dire your(. will be held on Toes Old Mt. Pleasant passed away apcn tithe holidays with her 30-Day Weather a young man. She also did Casey ng department ofhi! Qty olQtnncy the,Sunshine I kltlr Parkway Florida
punctuality day January S, 6 pm. at the Saturday In the Gadnrtrn Count/ ton In law and daughter. Mr. and at The Bat," In which she. played was passing out cigars s ot alcoholic
tor. National Guard Armory. Hospital after a brief UlnestMis Mar Ben F. Smith. OutlookThe the part of narrator ami OwyBeth 1\11I11)'' Tursriayi list Vaiwe, IU.1lft.r beverage on the turnpike will result
Is Junior at Quincv High with the .' \ ",' << In a citation
a
be Tueiday Sunday au born in Gads-
MRV'S' :' BASKF.TBAI.LOur Games will played on !Mrs. Charles Owen accompanied l>iltl| >' Safety M It be knuwnllml _.
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throughout th don Cnuntv and was a member of Our chapter is starling anrnhrr
Wen Recreational Basle and Thursdays Ernest Youngblood to Winter Thirty OIly Agricultural he was papa again And .
nail League "IU open their scans month of January and February the Old Mt.! Pleasant Metbnlist Garden \by ambulance Friday re Weather Outlook fra the month otDecember means of repiwllng to the public all three of the new arrivals are Ufa can be enjnved by all
the first Thursday In January Team will be coached by;; Church !tuning the same dayCharle for Smith ticorgta\ We are having hov* talk on gal babies. (l\mgralulatl: people who are willing to accept
which If the 7th adult. Anyone Interested In Funeral services were conductedat Jr., student at Southeast Alabama am) Northwest (tie radio, hut we will still have II patiently
Owen
The lea rue will have four team coaching a Junior Boys twin the 4 Old o'clock Mt. Sunday Pleasant afternoon IIIrihodlRICllUI' In Abraham*.Baldwin College, Tlfton, I Florida\ Issued hv the Wealher an article Fxt In Poppell.the paper weekly In Introducing our dlRlhlj.1wRhrd .

slaving a twelve game ichedul' please' rail the Recreation De <'h with the Rev Dana L, accent the holiday<< with his par"Vr Bureau Advisory Agrli\ilturalMeteorolnKlst siiraker, the Rrv Thomas L Oil
reporter
on Thunday night at the Nation pertinent Tlftm, Georgia, December ::1
Klwanls meetIng
Hamrtck officiating, Burial was tUM, at Monday
al I Guard Armory In the Mt Pleasant Cemetery and !Mn Tom Herrln Jr 1, 1964.Temperatures. BIRTH I goofed. 1 wn soaking an
TEE EK BAMirmtL with the Butler-Morgan Funeral and children Mike and Marhellenf during Decem tamest attempt to gel it across Br18:
This Nukethall program faIth Heune In charge of arrangement Pensarola scent the holiday her are expected to average much and Mn, Ralrrlck E. !that the speaker was a sure
I'm proudto an) 6th trader will organlw She I I. survived by several nieces ,silts her brother In law and slater .t.I below nonnal over all of the Trl Mr. Use. enough prolt>sslimal alai was being
,,11hR8I11t'1 h'ause, of Quincy, annttince
after the Christmas holiday MeKI'II"'II. Area : 'I
Graham Slate Agricultural Daily
and nephew Mr. and Mrs. uirmluced by a slx> mmgh SICK '
being played on either Frt will birth of a seven pound: sevnounce "
represent the mean temperature average Tunnav; De amateur but It same out 100
day afternoons or Saturday morn Mn Y. L Watson of Atlanti between 48 and 54 degree. MaxImum daughter on proof lm teur." And you know
Ins*. Services Today spent the holldavt hem at hPr temperature will averagt camber 1 at the Gadnlen (Count) what he minister had Just
Teams win organlre on Saturday home, and wa delightfully erterMned from M to (S degree with afternoon Hospital. She has been Motes the day hefty, given u* at tint
WORLD'SLARGEST I January 11th at the National: For H. J. Mills while here temperature reaching 75! Lena Karen. Baptist, a very Imprvnalve ser
Guard Armory I Mn Edgar Barnett pent ft* (decree or higher on only one 01 111111111 the evils ut that ituff
"MMav In Funeral service for Henry Jar In taw.lr minimum should r "
HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS her and daughter temperature 100prl'l"l'l1t.
inn
Mills 72, of Husford<< will be cor .' I
and Mrs. rV '
ducted this afternoon at 1 o cln' : Bits And
Mr. and Mn, Ralnh Sanfon with l1'n1j1f'ratul'fallnl\ Willie Danlen, the Time' rirmlatliin -' f r 1
at theesleyan Methodist 01111't"hIn h.0 as eekend guest their wx below 32 Rev Rees
Hodfnrd with Die
Lyles officiating assisted by Slate, Ralph Jr.. student at Valdostite two to five morning I Pieces By Marjorie B. GregoryFxtemlnn Jenny Lemleux, Interment wit < CMlegeMn Rainfall during the next 30 dayi' allay morning during all that fug ,
Lois Hobbs had as bolide I expected la average between of the I bout soulralddng
EroiKimMPAITION be In the Hnfnrd Cemetery.A BT HUTCH I I was In the rear ,
AUTOMOBILE flume I native of Jadoon County,I trot her daughter' Mis <:Jiery 3.00 and S 50 Inches occurring ai I a few pretty nice bream,I
Hobbs student at Salem College, general rain! on 6 to I M)'". paying hm much attention to
Mr. Mill moved to Hosfurd In
INSURANCE Krrr BTI rmo rom meal that 1927. lie passed away Tuesday" WI"otonlIll'I11, North Carolina Sunshine during December Ie Was my face red one night Usweek. :1(thing else. U Illle ckipsn'I talkhit Allot 1'ou S.. Your Doctor
a let
Next time plan
you Mr and Mn. Frank Smith expected to axTrage ahnut 60 per little'! I',.,
much and stutters
COMPANY stuffing bear In Survivors Include his widow A* I wa returning to tin just a rung rreartpt'oa r. t
ncliKlet fliedanti
poultry 1) Before Mr*. Minnie Mill, Itaaford.; thru tndav for Gainesville to visit rent of possible with frequent per office for a little night work and "A s-a II hu.hutch, her It conies, 'i
and
nlnd two Important iteps :I In I 1"w and daughter. Dr. lods of extended doudlnea I I hard him "U" '
I JeffersnrIn say romeawhat
conking keep the damp mix/ son, R. C Mills Sr. and M F wltl u I wa* turning right on
meal Uhere's Mills, both of Hosford, and Eat Mr*. Calvin CUm days Soil temperature during the front of Belk.Hudson, 111\ lce<< ." I replied 'R.ra.rain," I
cool 2) Altt'rhI' culls'
F. P.
tare : i children a few next 10 day are expected to dropto May
stuffing left, put It Mill of Qulncy. two daughter the a car stopped at the traffic light, Mid<< Willie I koked up the river I
any these attend a meeting the towea value of the year In what looked
)Kilt time In rue
although the light wa green
Miss Mearl Mill, Hosford, anMr
nark Into refrigeration Mn Ann Welts of T Hahasse< FournI'h loll temperature under that thi like a sold sheet ol water tesending Drug Co.
Chester two Looking rioter I maw
recent ..Itf'lnf'nthi' BuI''au Willis Qulncy; : and I
In Faulk
a between "
Henry will .
will visit Mr* bar soil avenge us, And It did,
and flame roupli upon
hood a
Homer Mitts, wa
Rufus and
York brother, up
of the New
of Nutrition Club Christ
[ Woman1 end of
50 the 627-760)
attend the 45 and degree by Phon.
the weather had
advised Panama dry: three sisters. Mn of feel high were coming\ out. 1 1whipped I man predicted
State Health Department tmlllht.l
stuffing nhouM he refrlgerat- Minnie Bazzcll.I Panama Mn m*' partv for n" h nJ 1l1rP'1'lderhavl' the month. around the corner, gunned Fug and rain maybe tale Saturdayiflemonn Quincy Flo.
hat
f'd at all times Food poisoning ,Essie Rnnks Woodvllle. CZ. Mn:i Dr. and renimed Mn B.1111"'i D. 11I1I& In II the half hloik In the fire atatton. an we had tailed to take,
anemia are partial to poultry Maude Wllllama, Tallahassee; 11grandchildren tt.ve'n with frwhMn Jumped out and ran In and along mlmxwta I. ilonl guess It
I.miffing and grow rapldlv In temp and 8 great 1f'I/Id'1 Wt.Ner. Ira Price\ of Pelham. Csmeet told the fll''nlrn111 duly. Olcourse
P' 'natures from 80 In 120 degrees children the holidays hew at her I they trek the truth out ni
the Vnille and went to the *< Fusers
fahrenheit, In no case, ays theturenu The Butler Morgan (
.lam should l the mixture, In or Home Is In charge of arrangement home.Camie Cav1 student II( imly to find an empty street The. MERRILL'SMAKE
ulside the bird he exposed touch *. ninmnn> temperature for more than Birmingham. Ala. spent the h<* ,
tree harm with her parentt. Mr. and I A bystander 11llIlIym.. TillS A
.., krasalB Hospital Report iday through with the Information Dial
PIMC PORK
THE CASK OF THE Mr.. Bill tlnn'fs. '
the driver had imiKhi'red out the
homemaker J knows I'iarllnaand
Almost Mrs Clinton
every Mr and I
hat a good cook never sets pink AdmlRdnns, November 24 tt family have relumed to Co I II nl'l.lot down the bond crankedup MINK CHRISTMASand
pork on the table and almost ev- November 30A.. S. JohiwonMis two Ner snerullnf the hnlldajt I and went on his way.
ery hog raiser know that pigs Nandrna Alderman, Mrs with\ her mother. Mn Amos your problems will be solved
... hould never he fed uncooked garage Eva Jean Moat Mrs Gertrude III Santa arrived early duns onSmith i
Davis
t I ) Nevertheless trlchlnorii alieaM Ball. Mm Betty Brewer, Mr. Mn 3 M Barnes I III Visiting Girl Scout Mndlsnn Street. That K the
t caused by eating pork Ins Frances MrOH/in, L. M BelyeuMn relatives In Vero Beach. II Vooratloiis are l'NadY up The IF INTERESTED SEE US
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rind with a parasite called Ethel G. McCormlck, Dr. Ram: !Solomon and sister MIMI News lily crew
rlchinolla npirelln. continues to Edward Curry Love, Mrs Mae' fjnsley Solomon of Atlanta were poles d Joe Williamson pprar In the United Ella William, !Mn Barbara Anne weekend guest ot their parent. I "
Wt're 309 one of tnefihdositx' Mahaffey. Miss Prlsrilla Bodeiv Mr and Mn Sam Solomon I I Cub Scout Pack 205 will hold I
14 W. Washtnqton arced In 1M1 and HO In 1MO', ,ugh, Mn Julia !'IIynl..... Gar Mr. and Mn Sam Solomon had! Its first \pack meeting at T.30 ANYONE INTERESTED MANY GIFT ITEMS
PHONE though these figure Indicate Ion k:. Fletcher and Mn Rubble Mimlay nlnlit dec tin at the IN PIANO LESSONS
thlt the disease Is un 'onim n, all Vause, all if QulivyMrs Episcopal: Chun I'll rents are
627-7936 of the case for the two yean may Wilma Jones, Mrs Agnes Floor requested to bririr rhlklren FOR THEIR CHILD ON SALE
or nut have been reported Trichl- rairclcilh. Jimmy Kingry and Misi Covering I you PLEASE CALL 627.7843
situ wear many guise It can' Mary Lou Sunday, Chattahoochee, What do write neverromi'S L
627-7987 lawuerade as an upper reipira- ._
tory Infedkm, acute nephritis, Ism Elkins, Talla'Wilton' ( IIDlI...... rmbbwvtarl "- -t4'- t.""'--ZtQ- .t4CtC.tPe.
STATE FARM leumatlc disease, a ga trtnteBn Iowan Greenshnro; Master WII .K.txaCt.cwt'Ct! tt'faC.t TatCR'1 .tartQU.tC.Tt"CtQR 1. r
c"[ "I disorder, mherrvlosl, typhoid lam R. Barber Havana and E. II. .wkCounter
... MUTUAL 'ver, or as a heart or nerve dl.> Srarishaw, GI''tna.Bm'ML .
III.U rdor, Only a few patient suffer Top
I.'IICC swear
Memo Of/Ie.' .I.erlnVoa. IIIIMI' ivolvement of the nervous ay.m *- <;: Mr and Mn Billy rFi MOVIES
".-0 t > but these are the JIII"pmlmlIIt 1. Moat boy, Nov. 24, Mr andrtn
likely to die or he left with'rmanent Lynn Jonra, girt Nov 24' I Work
damage U diagnosis or Hr and Mm Ronald I Brewer: girl,
-- ilov 28; Mr. and Mn Brady t
Jr-dellan, girt Nov. 28.; Mr and AD r,...
Light Her Way to Sweet Dreams M.... C. N. Williams, girt Nov I : r A\ I
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Dracaenas For Buried Nov. 23


} Color ShowThe I Graveside services with m ',i-

f tary honors were conducted rStrt.
name Dracaena comes from Russell W. Vickers. 35 ..I 1 1Ft
the Greek for "Female Dragon", Bliss, Texas, and formerly ..I I
the coloring matter, or Dragon's
Concord, at 3 o'clock Morns .y
Blood, comet from the Dracaena
Dram, a native of the Canary afternoon, November 23 In O'I n-
4K icc islands and known and beloved cord Cemetery. OffIl'iatinCHI
a* a house plant or onunrauJ .. the Rev Homer Duejar.
.- early at 1640 One of the esrfl-' Sgt. Vickers, a native of lit-
est horticultural book "An Encyclopedia
vans died at 8:50 Wednead
: v
of Horticulture, published
around 1850 and written morning, November 18 in } t.
Wikit( by George Nicholson, curator of Bliss Texas
) Survivors Include his widow,
{ { { Kew, mentioned that there were Mrs Maria
then at least 35 varieties Since Vickers of Ft. Buy..
then, many horticultural varietici Texas: three sisters Mrs. Millard
Harrison, Mrs
and upon have been developed Harvey Wood and
there Mrs R. L Perkins all of Tallihaiwee -
to are many more interesting
and colored varieties.Sumetimea : and four brothers, Rt>ubrl'lVtckl'fI
Dracaena varietiei Tallahassee, James I..
Vickers, Trenton Leonard aH
are confuted with Cordyline Theyare
s3 very almilnr, but the primary Council Vickers both of Concord.
The Butler Morgan Funeral
dilference Is In the flower and
Home was In charge of arrangements
I fruit Dracaena flowers are u u. ,
tally large In size than those of

I done Cordyllnes, and there It only! The Crown of Thorns worn by
ovule cell In Dracaena fruit
*, Christ Is said to have been fa. "i-
while the cell of the in
ovary
laced
1 from the Euphorbia Splcn-
:Cordyline contains many ovules.
dens
plant which can be teen it
fy I Dracaenas are varied In size,I Florida's Sunken Gardens in St
t In ahape and growth habits. They Petersburg.,
> S 9y t are widely used In Florida as pelted -' !
plants, In Indoor planters, for
I I planter boxes, for patio plantings,
!and even shrubbery borders In
qG South Central and Southern Flori 1 1 / 1

r I da.Probably
the best reason for the
tremendous popularity ofhe 1I
i Dracaena Is their ability to stand
{ t I!adverse conditions Indoor Their'
I
a extreme hardiness to dry Indoor
conditions and the attractlcely I
A
t : i colored foliage: which produces
such startling effects, makes them 1 1i
i a most desirable and useful I

\\'q I plant Everyone can enjoy growing I
Dracaenas, according to President r
,I R. E "Ed" Brown of the
'Florida Nruserymen and Growers
S rI AI oclatlon. A weekly watering
t an occasional spraying of the foliage
r tjQ x I a little plant food twice a
x { year-Dracaenas have simple! requirements
They prefer a com-
bastion soil of peat mixed with
good topsoil, and some prefer
I!'shade while others thrive In the
sun. Some are snubs, some are almost
"* I I vlnlng, and they range In
color from the cool green thru
Y :i variegations of red, cream, white
j ''i gold and veined, and sometimeseven
margined with color.
So It you need a plant that Is
not particularly tempermentat
I that will please you, add color I
: to the home or garden, and provide
.-'"' .... I a great deal of pleasure, visit
t ti ,your FNGA nurseryman and

I select the, one you find most satisfactory



i fi BIBLE VERSE"Fur

Garry and I won first prize last Saturday! It was the young people's Olde Tyme costume party at the church, as I pSMHtd by, and _
held your devotion I farad a*
.1T and we had a wonderful time. altar ,,11hhI.* Inwlptlon. To The

I nkmwit God, whom therefore yr
? I go to almost everything the club puts on, and of course there are lots of activities besides parties and ,onto Ignorantly'vms"warship, him bvlare I

dances. We visit hospitals, we collect and repair toys for underprivileged children, and we help with various 1. Who spoke these words?
2. Where
are they found In the
TT! church events. We have regular religious discussion groups that often get me so interested I continue the dis- Bible?

cussion around the family dinner table all week long! Mom and Dad don't mind, though. They think it's good 3 4.. Where Was the were speaker they spoken a Jew?or

,.ffIt' for me to be mixing with other young Christians, and they never worry when I'm over at the club. Gentile?
LEON FEDERALSavings

t- Your own church offers many enjoyable and worthwhile activities for Christians of every age. Why not Anntten to Bible Verse and loan AssociationNOME

Join You'll be warmly welcomed. 1. Paul, the Apostle
2. The Acts 17: 23. OFFICE.
I. In Athena Greece.
4. He was of Jewish descent 111 South Monroe

THE: CHURCH FOR ALL' ALL FOR THE CHURCH BRANCH OFFICE.

A Mackle-made Deltona home Parkway Shopping intir
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on earth for the building of characare: (1)) For his own sake. (2) For await winners of the Florida SunFiesta TAUAMASSflKmMKMMk

c, ter and food cltiZf'n hip.It is a ..Iorehi.. children's sake (3) For the saks Proctor Contest it Gamble being In sponsored cooperation by
house spiritual values. Without a of his community and nation. (4) II with the Florida Development
strong Church, neither democracy For the sake of the Church itself, Commission.
nor civilization can survive. There which need. his moral and material

a kn. ..-A--Own*..*..,MM s.Mtt fns are four sound reasons why every support Plan to go to church regu .ArfEfcJteASMMBSBBJSmteJIISUtMk Uk&U. SSvM* ,
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I i 8u." v. person should attend services resitlarty and read your Bible daily.

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__ _ N COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FU>Rtt>A, TWT.SDAYV DECEMBER I. lee PAGE NlMk


Episcopal W. H. Dalton, 55,


Church Notes Dies Saturday

GnvciilnV aervlren were conducted
front fit. Paiil'i for William Henry Dalton,
t -.yrlryr I 55 at Concord it S I o'clock! M".,.
I All of H IlId.k" this iiwrnlng day afternoon In the ConmrdCemetery
he ,'k.r:y dmcrnded on me It with the Rev Homer
fa,ill One of nit prlemi I Duggar officiating
111t'\.r rallahnsMv! dropped by a I Born In Whlgham C.., Mr.
rare opoirronpe in llnelf. ao Ddllon lived ill at hid tine in Owl-
promptly' in pop the Rector of cord and was a farmer lie died
Say "Merry Christmas" With This Fabulous ( A'IDANLEY S ''SI Luke s, Mnrianna It awns I al S I oVIoik Saturday afternoon
here Iwo ate mthered tojiether while enruut to the hmpllal in
there mUll be three So we chatted hem Ga.Survhorn.
7Pc. Living Room Group Include hit widow

I mutual ::: : : three 1.1.... Ethel daughter.Marie Dalton Mm Concord Franck;

Now Next Year! I Young Churchmen of the Dlnceaetlch .' bails Mn Jove
Buy Pay n to he held here on the Walsh lI rMIkG... Walih
13th of Dccemhrr. and then other hnlh nt Word; two HUM James

These and Many More Home Gills During Our Christmas Gift Sale more something enolerlc Ilk. this concemi happen Until one Dalton William of Dalton Conned and; nil Walter twndrhll.drcn Henry.
tenda
to forget ttie larger fellow- his mother Mn Lulu Dal-
ship of bin brother clergy taut ton Concord; "two brothers Paul
Saturday evening my wife andI !and Prank rattan !both ot 1Uanii -
\' enjoyed a sober| with the area \' and raw liter Mrs, Wtl
(, clergy and our ninhnp. olio look Hum Pi Concord
I' better after his trip than I have, The Muller: ", Morgan JVneraJHome
.
Piece Ensemble ,I wen him bob In tuir \enranecaime wa In charge nt rranjre
C vl 1 of the tlghtnen of the I ml'llt.
I Rlihnp'a I pmffram of Partnh *Hi.I.|
tallest. T asked the Reverend lAw ON MTO "IPI. II.t: tlEKTUnderSecretary
l Graham Rector of St John'i of Stale GeorgtW
: $188'KRCEHLER Church In I'll IInhll......... In present Rail returned from Europe on.
4 for confirmation to the fllihoo on hustle early next year toe formation
E.1 my hi-half': MraVm M Smith of nuclear weaponi, fore
and Mn, Wallace Skrove, thin within NATO The United Slates
I making I them officially communicant and Nest Germany hive been
a I of SI Paul' Pariah We |lotting vlgorouily fur the ara
& welcome them :both into the wider t home nuclear force tar more than
feUownhlp of this communion ? a year. He mid the new
The Banna of Mnlrlmony are herewith labor Gmemmenl ct"r need
G puhltihed tor the first time lime to work out iti patios on
between" Wn\ Monelle Vincent of the nuclear wrapiwa lamjeIt
.. Oulncv and New Oilenna amt Mr.
Robert II Maxwell lit Qulm-y, '. probably' a good thing, after .
IlamUnnir oof which" nuirriage will he aolemnliedand all that anrne people can't
bleated" In SI Paul' Church ..... tltcmicrvei at others w..
on lie excelling of IV'-ember JOth them
b Mulching chair I I have received the annual r
newiletter ant ;plea fur Hindi from
Y the angelical Home for Girls
4 = T1i!( Jeeoralorillreeleilgroup In Ramallah Jordan Many. of you. Sugary Sam
will remember me "two aiHHarancei '
.r ""awe, \ lirlng home all l lr I. of Mia Mary Jeanne tinippbefore

_% \ .nil comfort .! I ,erreM our congrrgnllon Qmlrlhu louisianaYamsBalinc
t a nalle 'tloni to this fine work ran he for
1, > price. F'ullt *
,' tax deduction nurnnaea, wMreaaedKii :
roll leel spring ronulrurllon rllrM llnme for ChildrenIne .
,.,, ., e ra spring edge, "'/n Mn. Allcne Cantey, 111 / ,M'ma
'a H,.
North Puval Street Quincy r-
*.. 4l + I k tf lumirtoua oral riitlilnna, Ida This Sunday, being lilt
'd00 w' R fine tleUilin on hark trot undm of the month la not 4,
c,4 ::' and The falirle only the general communion Sunday .
s" crma.
r S
for Hie Pnrlah but la stun our
i t are durable, rich n>luni I''monthly healing service evening .
r 't !
IVr/ormnnr Tetlerf byKrocMrr. pm It (I. not too early \
% :' even now 1 Currfiillr rnrrrjaleil > I tier irranpementi (or )i\r\ attendance I" : iVKp
t. nt h ; ) ladle* mil UniM. at HM (Cluiitina KNecrUce. : "I'OUfOlR-i 'S"'
.m \ heKlnnlng at II t SO p m., ._
,Thundny, IVceinlier I4lh An
: UKinenleil I choir begins Its P""*.
i HIT for the Chrltrmai, niunk- Hill
I week, and further Inlormallon ranh
HIGH QUALITY, LOW PRICE had from Mr tx<'k Jacolw our'
.,
Chninmaler Veilrymen .ndveilrymenelecl \
BEST IJKDHOOM VALUE IN YEARS were Unlay given trnA
I the name of those they lire Kiked ..
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to contact In order that w* may ..
; Fine Gmtcmponiry Ucdrooin I'wind. up the" Kvery' MMtiher' dnvau. -

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Add Charm To Your Home Ixa Mrs. Musgrovo

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.. .,. tervU-e were for Mr*. Sarah Annie Muagrovt -
"INSTANT ON" tiIV11t! I 71, n1111<.lnl"1I at I SO
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DOUBLE GUARANTEE f" : lleaianl Rdima Cemetery officiating.with the ReviVjeorgit .

wrsTITGBOUS6 AND DANLIT 1 \ A native << Decahir County.na .
.. Mn. Mingrnv, moved to
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wa' a member" nt the Nut flap
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Mrs Miiagmv died at 1:13: Salem' your
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0. C Muagnive, Wmnlniown; one Sam Louisiana Yams.At .
j,4 Idtwghtpr, Mew Annie rt.II".
1' Uk
,' ; I nephew big yellow can.
w. The Muller. Murfin Funeral
ar'n ,llum wa* In charge of arrangemenli. .
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I Too Late mies u far u prepardneis Is agents public servant willing to I .. ..... ..., .. .. ,.-. ... ...,."' Take a hard look at that last I THE UW PROGRAM
concerned and he feels that the stick out their own neck (U> protect 'WC. Mrs. May, 72, I M-nunco In these words manyof 1 Until recently medical
}f :. ij't( J: O :f! i care I
vast sums now being tunneled, their nation in u hour of UK worlds problem could be
To down the rat hole of obsolescence need Again I salute P"bcrt t,. .: .It Succumbs Here solved the aged under Social Securl
ClassifyBy could be better used elsewhere I McNamara and believe any thinking &l : : .lJir w ': Find the cause for running U and the Appalachia bill were ii
Unwell KayA If the people of this nation are citizen will do the same i" Funeral services for Mew Fount you must run But your I1ft'111t1hwlllJaet contenders on President Joli/
few smart they will back Mr McNa. :: ,''Yln9; fbtl ,8 l i H. May Sr., 72, of Quincy were I longer If you walk even sons legislative program Afil

hat In this month column ago to I tipped Secretary my mara to the hilt. They will be GARDENINGIN ,,, --" .",. .. .. ... ____, .. ..n.m conducted afternoon at 4 in clock the First last Thursday Presbyterian when you have problems. a White House conference wll

n[ Defense Robert S. McNamarafor wine" to note the efforts of selfish Much has been written, much country, and stays away foe a Church with the Rev., the President House Democrat !
I
little men to disregard the nation will still be written tn reportof limited limber of bus LABOR AND ECONOMYThe
his and executive FLORIDA year
courage I al M. Timothy Elder officiating, Interment General Motors strike last Leader Carl Albert said theii:
Interest by seeking to maintain the Warren
In I Commission eltlsenahlp I* aitom UcsUy re
ability performing his difficult bills consul
several other
was In the Old Pfdledelphis the nation were i
unneeded and bases eec montfi economy
unnecessary voked. gave
job. By limey fUiarpe, Editor
at the taxpayers' and the nation s Florida Agrliiilniral. Extension Bat II If Interesting .. sate Cemetery. Its roughest jolt sines! the 10 recession ered Revision of the Immlgraif
Ilii recent derision to eliminate expense "noll'8 that U the report some attempt On the other hand her In Mrs. May was born In Dnrte and the Ford Motor Company Ion bill, Increased unemployment
85 obsolete and deadwood military The late President Kennedy Is made U ehirge the FBI withreline. I Oswald, ease, a man born In City and moved to QuIncy In 1912., strike put a damper on production compensation, and genera) lid
appointed -
operations u a saving to McNamara to the he Rows and inothtrs-ln law are I M pr-- this country deliberately goes !*e wen a member of the First I Go\''rnment economistssaid to education bill below the soil! |
pout
till nation taxpayers at $477 holds often sticky subjects But rcmim ride prtperprotection. to a land which 1s opposed to Presbyterian Church. there was a possibility that ege level.
now because In his Judgment '
,here, without cither this would
million
took real courage. Of, the United States, tries to I could cause a general
he was the man for the band be a dull, drab world, even She died suddenly \last Wednes labor disputes
In making his decision McNa- the In which McNa course ever forswear his American cltlxen day morning at her home at 501 business slowdown alter an Some modem parents find it I
mara knew he would be stirringup has manner handled his difficult Job I Offer both have to be handled since J, Edgar .hlp to become a citizen of an Washington Street In Qulncy almost uninterrupted climb of four difficult to believe that their )
man
a hornet's nest and bring down shows how right Kennedy wu and with 'gloved hands,; but U they Hoover alien foreign land, and marriesa Survivors Include a daughter, years ,babies have grown up.
I
on his head the wrath of every I am confident that If he were ire treated properly both will published In ICemmuDI. national of that country.Then Mrs J M Griffin, Quincy I ; two
Wing enjoyment to home and the Inns his book"Masters 'when denied Russian citizenship .
congressman and senator from alive today he would buck his sans. Fount II, May Jr. and Don
the areas affected, to say nothing appointee all the way regardless of garden olDeocll h* become unhappy d P. May, both of Quincy: one FOR -
Since gardening Is a safer sub- IB finally decides to return
of the train riders who have
gravy
brother L. W. Howard Tampa:
and of selfish .
howls
the screams .
led than domestic affairs, here which he expotod o
been profiting from the continued
Cochrane
one sinter, Mrs Stanley
congressmen and local politician FUEL OIL
the 80 he tells hi to
maintenance of these unneeded are a few tips on roses However [ story heU.8.
Dado and 13 grandchildrenThe
concerned only with their own C. W. Hart.r Qty:
installations you might keep In mind that I [ Embassy, saying h* la Funeral
welfare! dozen roses and a few kind strategies. there have been nnmrrous sorry he made a mistake In Butler-Morgan .
No sooner had the proposal beenannounced Kited Home was in charge of arrangements
The naval shipyards as attempt to dtacrrdll turning against hi '
often soften the damage of country and
than the storm of pm.test obsolete have served their day mestic tiff WOrd.// the agency ha head. flat, and I. told U affect, HOME DELIVERY
broke in all Its fury. Politicians and are being maintained for no Hones rome In two main "That all right, bcjr. We'll E
don't like to are their state good or sensible reason The same es, dormant bare roots) and But as has bean released the send you home." Living Pearls :
627.8888
lose any pork regardless of<< whether can be said for the other Installation -container The dormantrose FBI was apparently never not. a. ; CALL
or not it Is obsolete and unnPCt'llBry. that McNamara proposes to' plants grown are graded number 1number fled that Le Harvey Oawild TW Is somewhat tantamountto By Clay R. WsiktRLTCma r In Quincy
They are concerned discontinue IVi and number 2 basil; was a dangerous character a man attempting to murderhis FROM WHAT \ M.
with their personal Image as Sure, the elimination of these on size and number of While the Btat Departmentdenies mother, then getting off + '
CMI'I.Grado '
"getters" and "holders" u far u bases will work IOI11t t hardship number 1 la best It, it seems quite clear with a mild reprimand when h* We are told that one-half of all 663.2319
their Own district are concerned Mm will be thrown out of work: Container. that till United States Embassy tell the court h* made a mistake the hospital beds In the countryare
and they don't give a continental states will feel the economic Joss "Florida Fancy grown No.tone 1' and plants"Flor-are In Ruaila, which not only and was sorry, filled with people whose problems In ChattahoocheeDISTRIBUTOR
hoot about the national Interestor for a time but America has always cleared his way to return to the are psychological more
kla Fancy No 2" Plants whichdo
the American taxpayers.The been able to adjust Itself to United States, but also financedhis Presumably, a young man than physiological
not conform to standards for
gnashing of teeth and tearing change and the cities and states travel fare, took the position can become confiaed and try You have likewise found yourself
of these
one grades are not eligible -
of hair together with the howlsof affected can find new Industries for Florida grade label h* was quite nice young living in Rmala and beeqnenlly on an endless treadwheel ,
rage and screams of foul will td replace such loss and In the end any man who hid had time whileIn learn his mistake. There seems to be more questions DEPENDABLE.
The[ best
obtainable
quality rose plant .
increase In volume with local plltlcos will be tar better off for now they Is "Florida Russia to reflect on the error Again, h* caa be lying and only today than answers. PROMPT.
joining in the chorus all will be putting property back on a Fancy"conl.llnrr'lrown of his ways. and he was want to return to carry oil Too many people are rushing COURTEOUS SERVICE
condemning the courageous man ,local tax rolls and finding employment fortunlana rootntotk.plant with Rosa quit repentant Thus, the State some plan In which h* hasb through \life, trying to get from
Dept. did not automatically n Instructed by the Kremlin
in something that lant after them.
took the actionMcNamara for citizens privateIndustry -
For those who lack a definite notify FBI that a person wsereentering I
.
U concerned with green thumb, try the potted stock the nation whosepest Obviously, a naturalized cltl-
only one thing, keeping this nation Americans have reason to give rasa 4(
as these plants are almost sure to actions merited some sue sea who pulled such a stunt if WE OIVB
Strong and ahead of Us ene thanks that there are a few cour-
live .
veillance. re-admitted to the U S. would
i Varieties to plant can be a problem be closely watched for a long SERVICEOIL
.1 Old-fashioned favorites have On reflection, this procedure Urn. But apparently in O*.
advantages! over the newcomers become quit weird. A pe,.. wald cue he was given a pat
I[These Include such roses as Louis CM Immigrate I* this country on the back and told In affect
I Phllllppe, Summer Sunshine, Moth- and after due time of real- Co and sin no more" I CO.O
ersday and Queen Elizabeth. donee, tidy, tl al, can be- e .k MPs
START ails come a closes *f the Untied And HIM b* returned to f.n
I riant roses for cut Quivers In a Slate. However, U a lateralhod right..1 a loyal, American elUwn -
separate cutting garden, because cltlM return to Ida without FBI being notified South Robert Street ON ALL
homeland, or goes to any other lie abound be watched
they're far from handsome if
.
'I .w"'-. r,.re.e.r err.c PURCHASESNEW.Versatile
pruned properly covered most of QUINCY
1965 the time with .
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In the event the bed Is located
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led vertically along the side of the ,

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Be hove to securing the rote bushes If I 1ABPENI
sure you'll aworryfr.
the soil Is loose, \light! and sandy, I TOASTER
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Christina Club and replace I with compost of rotted
Join our now.
manure' and rich hammock I
: .I'I.. best growth, be sure packaged In
the replaced material is quite j I smart new travel ease. '
add Many sandy soils in south More than twice as fast aa
Florida contain too much lime fort I old style hand-held mod.
best rose production, AY University I els.
Lightweight
N dryer
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planting lint chock/ the plant:' 1 cook, sew, Iron as your Medal
carefully and cut back the bush hair dries. Extra large MStH
to four or five eyes. Trim oft alii bonnet fits over biggest r.
broken roots.Be I rollers. Reach-in bonnet .k..d$14.95
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SOc each week for 50 weeks $ 25.00 large enough sure the to planting accommodate holes are theroots Rrnraienaweneflut helps you regulate drying Ms.a SHARPENS

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$ 1.00 .ach week for 50 weeks $ 50.00 bottom of each hole drop a handful wee I: Sir: driea. Three heat selections KNIVES

of garden fertilizer and coverlightly tunes lose CORD plus a .cool setting ,
$ 2.00 each week for 50 weeks $100.00 with top soil Dip the a"t wvn YOU nu for summertime drying.
routs of each plant in a bucket of rue orate SCISSORS
$ 3.00 each week for 50 weeks $150.00 water Just before planting. Insect HOUSEHOlD fAIKS. e e 1.
the new buah so that the

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pu at saucer of earth about the
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canker and powdery mildew. Insect erg New 1 L tae..Llft Grinding Wheels
pests that may harm the Built In-SclMon Guide
bushes will Include aphids, thrips, )1 "'nncu..r, Styled i
CITIZENS BANK pumpkin bugs, cottony. ash MOOR e Sharpens A PIIICIt
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCT. FLORIDA. tHURSDAY DECEMBER S. 186i PAGE ELFVt.N

Postmaster Says damaged In transit he noted. I

'Pack Parcels bar"When that the packagea)gift'OII1OOd remem may The Copper-Silver Rush of 1964
be shipped on the bottom of a
mall sack and there may be beau
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Solidly'"Please ier package on top. Among the Echoing the great fold rushes of history,the copper iilvtr-f old
relatively few package that are rush to Timmtnt, In Ontario, Canada,..t.nlin! April) when newt
pack parcel solidly," damaged in transit, improper leaked out that a test drilling near the town had truck one of the
wai the plea erf I'oItrnuter Jaroe packaging the greatest factor," largest copper and ulver ore bodies ever found.

CoxThe I the postmaster cautioned. This "leak" war, however. no worth JJ5 aft ounc H*also hit
bead of the Quincy Post Just to be on the aafe aide, the surprise to lanes H. Dillon 11
16 claims -
Office also reminded hii patrons I,postmaster suggests that all pack President and founding memberof worth copper 135 a ton Whil copper more,
that the use ot tree ''local and age be Insured the Intercontinental Construe
Jim hat 100 iron ore claim con
"out-oftown" separation bands He noted! that poor packaging toots Men Association He had taming 100 million loot of iron ATWALL'S
1\,ill help move the mail faster and address which are either Incorrect been pioneering, around Timmint ore And pelletiied iron ore Kill Cole Market
The band are available at the or not legible are responsible line 1951. for $15 a ton knpini ails on King Super
Exist office or from most letter for the non-delivery of about thin tidy treasure are 25 persons
carrien half a million petrels each year who form the nucleus of hit recently
,
December 5 I III the suggested'U the return address It incorrector I' formed public company, -
deadline for mailing out-of-town Illegible\ and the package can Roller Mines Ltd,
package "Don worry about the not be returned, it will be saved! "On a trip to Canada around
parcels being delivered too early, for 80 daya If unclaimed the '51..t Jim uyi, "1 taw more iron
: just mark 'Don't Open Until Christ parcel if usually lout to the sender ore than I had ever tern stockpiled '1
mai the or Intended recipient Such par in a tletl mill just laying
on front Mr. Cox mid
A tightly Huffed package, with l'P111nd up In public auctions there in the ground, not belonging PORK
nothing ranting around Inside held at 1) major post office .6 to anybody or injihini Pro 1
: pie hidnt claimed It because CHOPS'CENTER :
will\ have less chance...of.being across the nation A torn Individuals think that beheving .
All parcel should be addressed in your own eyes it too '
on only I one side and should also easy cant be true"
INSECTICIDESSOIL have the address written on the Jim promptly potted at many
:inside of the package In ease the claims at h*could,recorded them CUTS.
i FUMIGANTS exterior wrapping should come properly with the Canadian Government CUTS
H* took out a* many
WEED KILLERS I off.Mr.. Cox emphasized that ZIP mar claim*ai possible each year
Coding the addresses on parcelsand line l".. Now hn foreiifht I It
t letter l help Insure against paving off and Jim it lookingforward FlR49
:kiss due to Improper addressing "Some people enjoy hunting to the day when h* can
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL ,Since each area of the country Jim Dillon MM "tome enJOY put up a plant to rtfln hit concentraici ib.59 -
hal an Individual ZIP Code, there fishing, I enjoy looking for mm lb. 1J
1* little chance of a piece of mall trait" He explain it thil"'Y. There
destined for one city being dl Jim hat 16 patented gold I II no such plant up there now,
i rected to a city which may havea claim A claim consuls of 40 and I would lilt to h.\. a hand u
similar name For example, acres and assays on these claims In this, U would create a thou-
i Sales&Service run from 0 94 ounce to I ounces land job, male m* a thousand I
of gold per ton of nxk-gold u friend*-and million of dollar" I


IDe.j 70:01)5tole here are ai leant 28 passible areas "We are asking everyone to he

j Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 around the country which \\'OUld''especially cooperative this holiday :
aeason, During lie peak of Ys 3'gcOLD
666 have Springfield In the Iddl'l'lIII'l the 'rush' we expect that sevenbillion ,, ioisT
QUINCY FLORIDA ZIP
Use of the proper piece of mail will\ flow
: sent the mail to the right\ pout I through the system and It looks as

----- -office --. -.- if 12.billion plel'Pl'ilI be.de.livered : Ib
I during the collie month of
,December That quite a bit of

SUBER and JOHNSON CO."Your ,mail" the postmaster IBid I SMOKEY SMOKED FRESH BEEF

J. D. Rowan, 49,

Town and Country Shopping Center" Dies I
Suddenly

4121 West Jefferson St. Quincy 627.7631 John Daniel Rowan, 411, riled I SAUSAGE LIVER
suddenly at his home on the Solomon i
Road, Quincy, at 2:30: Saturday ,
ONLY afternoon I,
ONE DAY
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Born In Greensboro, Mr. Rowan I
had lived In Gfldndon County all i
MONDAY his life and was an electrician
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59c lb.39C
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with the Gadsik-n County School b.I
, system
December 7 Mineral:::: services were conducted .!,
r f, at S o'cloi'k Monday afternoon'
in the Centenary Methndlsl l!,
Church with the Rev Dole Ron- '
FRESH LEAN MEATY PORKSPARERIBS
nee and the Rev, E. Nash Phllpnt| \
officiating. Inlt'mlPIII18 In Hill
ROSEBUSHES crest O>metl'ry'Ilh the Duller
Morgan Funeral Home In chargeof
arrangcmcnta,
lie IK survived by his widow, I
Mr, Virginia ROM an, Qulnry. _
three daughters. Delxirah, Sandra
4'A Jane and Kathryn Rowan, all 01''
Quincy: three sona. Darryl, Kim-I
bell 1 and; David Rowan of Quincy:
two ilen-ohlldivn" Michael and lb.49c .
: A BARGAIN FOR YOU Ginger Shuttles\ of Quincy; his
mother" Mrt Susie Rowan, Mt,'
1 PLANT NOW 2 Year Old Field GrownRush.d Pleasant, two brother, Herman
and Oma Rows Chattnhoorhw; _
FOR BETTER ..
three aiaten." Mrs W U Smith\ ,I
Fresh to You
., RESULTS Port way St Chattahonrhee Joe, Mrs. ,C and II Ifoll Mrs.John -.I'' FROSTY ACRES BABY WHOLE FROSTY ACRES BLACKEYE f

Naduad. Buenn Aim, Artrntlne -
: and four half-sMer, Mr*.
Peace 59c 39 Hlrrtllllnms: \ California, Mrs. OKRA PEAS '
Mirandy ONLY Each Merle" Bnrfleld. Grand Ridge, Mr,
Charlotte Armstrong Each Mane Adams and Mr*. Addle Lee ,
,Parker, ('hnttalarrhee.
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Marechal Niel EachAll MANY VARIETIES including officials Time,I*are short hopeful, but United that Slate some 5 10 Ox. 99c 5 10 Os.Pkgi. 99c I

American Patented Roses Pink ttadUiM K..lItlll1.. avoid formula a may showdown yet be with found Rmtd to: Pkgs. .

rtnll ltoltaadde.l In the United! Nation General ,
Tropicana Candy Strip $ .50 : Til* DoctorTaUnmaai : II Mrt. DapnntRummer tanw Assembly over Russian refusal,
10 help pay for rentaln peaicek :,
Mister LincolnCamelot (1 Blaw a Guides. Salmon slog operation The United i PILLSBURY or BALLARDSBISCUITS
Each' Red Radlaic and Mher
Nations Chapter provide I hat any
KrHpMt. member" hi arrears for 2 yen '
shall have no vote, _, I

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Hair Dryer Com June Peas. 5 Cons $1 1 BEANS than Begun ever thu >'e.r.
many :yean ago ai a way
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400 Attend PG Meet Held Rattlers Oppose Springfield Mrs. Barrow
Shepherds In C-P Team Is Rites Held For

Farmers Meet At OP HighOn Grambling 11 Elem. NewsThere Passes Away Weekend Meet Runner-up In Mrs. RobinsonFuneral


In Tallahassee 1964 at Tuesday 4:15 p.m.November, the Libraryand 24, In Orange Bowl at Springfield.are twenty-flve This teachers. Carrie Llfcs chapter end for Mr*' Lodge 28 of Midway, Phillip ConferenceThe service for Mn. Georgia .

IIr record attendance of more Commercial l Science Deparment The the teacher of 1A week meet Barrow at the Gadaden William, Good Shepard In charge. Ann Robinson was held from
Crambling Tigers of Rut- Mien Clara M. County Hospital, 1
a.m. Saturday, entertained The Shepherd Council St. Matthew
train 400 person conversed the presented the monthly Professional McCloud. The Carter-Pammore Lion Primitive Baptist
on
ton La., have been selected a* the daughter of Mr. November 28. She died which
following held
Florid AAM University camp Program. Mis D. Andrew opponent of the Florida AIM Unlverslty /. and Mr*. Joe N. McCloud, who an extended illness. A native of Sunday was November Saturday, and football team ended the season atRunnenUp Church Sunday, November 29 U:
Monday, November 20, for the 61st *, Mr*. Ruby Francis and received her B. S. 28-29. noon. The end came for the well
Rattler In the 32nd degree In Ele- Gadaden .
ann County the lived The In the
North
busbies Big Conference.
Annual Farmers. and Homemade' Rev. N. Bower gave the dt'\lOo on session commenced known citizen, Thursday, Novem
ual Orange Blossom mentary Education '
) Conference sponsored by the Un Uonal which was centered around Classic. Some A and M from Florida North Madison street, and it well with devotional services be- Tallahassee' Lincoln ber 26 9.05: ) a.m.
50,000 fan are expected to the University April 1963 known here.Several .
see
Varsity In cooperation with the the Thankiglving Season this She I II a member of the ng conducted by Rev. W. B. High Tiger won the conference A native of Gadnden County the
game F.S.T.A. I
Stale Department of Agricultural Topic of discussion for the No' year.It FAMU Alumni year ago the contested Byrd. Following welcome, by the championship, posted M deceased lived hen for several
Extension Service Home Demo vember P. G. P. w*. "Creatlv will be played In the spacious the Gadnden Association\ and to Christ at her Saviour, and Good Shepherd, Phillip Williamsan / a record year Shortly alter moving to
ration Agent, Vocational Agr Iy In the Classroom" The do- Orange Bowl Stadium Saturday She County Teacher! Adelation. Joined St. James AME Church. acceptance they lost to Caaier.hacra-the St- Matthew Community, she
culture and Vocational Horn partment In charge of the pro- night, December 5, at eight lebron reside In the St. She alto served at a member 01 Report are a* follow: Taxlon more while the CP team won Joined St. Matthew Primitive
Economic grain presented their discussion o'clock. The grid classic ell- lye Community and II an art several auxUlriei. by lodges: $9610 The entertainment 4 and lost 1, to FAMU Baby Rattten. Baptist Church where the allenCed -

Dr. Walter L Johnson, head In the form of a panel with Mrs mutt two day of fcKtlvitie centered Church member where of St. Hebron ABE Her fraternlal connection Include Committee report, $23.00. Coach Charleston L. Holt regularly and levered on
of the FAMU Department of Vocational L. R. Washington serving a* mod.. around the event. stewardess and the serves a* a the American Woodman. The Auditing Committee report head coach was awarded a thropy several auxilirle/
Agriculture and Tecoology erator. In announcing the opponent No. 2.After. a member of choir Funeral' arrangement are Incomplete J63.793.30. for placing second. The Carter- The faternlal organization Include

presided during lie meel- Panelist and topic dis. Coach Jake Galther, athletic director pending the arrival of The Secretary W. A. Campbell Parramore Lions won the Sportsmanship *: The Good Shepherd, and
Ing. Theme of the seislon wan cussed were: Miss I VIlI'h : and head coach of the lie second six week eamlnation her grand son who I Is a memberof requested that a through report Award. the Pallbearers..
Keeping Current Through Com lIOn, "The Creative Process" Rattler, aid: "We have elected these were the honor the U. S. Army and 1 II stationed by committeeman be given during The c..P. Lion placed two The survivors are: Mr. Dav
unIty Organization." Mrs Stella .Franklin "The Cre he best opponent available. This student, overseas. the business session. players on the All-Conference Robinson, ,Sr., Dave Robinson Jr.
Other participating during the live! Educator" and Miss Joyce hat been Ihe policy of the Rattlers. Grade 1: Florence Marie Olive. Announcements of the services The general discussion Includes Offensive Team: Cavern Davis son Mini Elizabeth Robinson
half-day conference Included: the Icld*, "The Future' of Creative and the Orange Blosmm Classic. Roale Belle Byrd, Thuhston Evan will be from Simms-Jackson Funeral : Making plan to enter end and Emmitt Trlbue senior III..... Viola Johnson, step-daughter.
ltev. A. II. Bower, president, who 'caching." Grambling has only one los Carrie White, Jennifer L. Carter. Home. lain the Annual Grand Lodge. tackle.. Both are deserving play. lershall Robinson, stepson, and
lave Invocation and brought The report presented by the and that one wan to Praise View Dorothy Mae William, Rosa Mae Thenunl'dlate\ survivors are The Grand Lodge session will 1'... Charles "Toe" Roblnaon, halfback Hardy McCray brother. Inter-
greetings: Mien Floy Brltt, din panelists were quite comprehen the No. 2 small college team. Payne, Betty Ann Dudley, Henry Mr. Eddie Barrow Sr., New Y-:, be held, Saturday and Sunday oi and Robert Smith, end are ment was In the St. Matthew
rlrt demonstration agent Ive and enlightening. Much reponse Prairie View I I. on probation with Thomas, Roosevelt Pride, Free Mr. Eddie Barrow, Jr., grandson tIlts week by Lodge 2. John Mo placed on the second team, offensive. -Cemtery. Simms-Jackson Funeral -
lImW.
Weathers, real estateloan was given by member 01 the NCAA and cannot play: hencewe rick MORley, Ricky Smith and U. S. Army. Mrs.. Curie Barrow Phaul Good Shepherd In charge. Home In charge.
officer, Farmer' Home Afnlnlitratlon. < the faculty during the question and Invited Grambling We feel Jessie Green lImiter, and Mrs. Marion Gordon Hardy Jackson and Earl Mur-
and V. I... Elklnsolnlrlct answer period the best team possible," Grade 2: Bison Thomas, Oddle laughter Robert Gordon ton-ln- Saint ry are among the rushing backs Card of ThanksWe

agent, panel discussion Excerpt from report present In 31 previous classics, the Rat Murray, Mary Ann Jackson Doris law James and Albert William, James in the conference. Jackson in 55' wish to extend to the many
*moderator, I'd at this meeting are a* follow: tiers have won 16, lost 14, and I Robert, Terease RUM Carolyn brothers and Mr*. Mamie Long carries gained 366 yard for a 6.7 lends for kindness shown by
Member of the panel modcritor 1'hll ('I'f'IIU'e Proret* one game ended In a scoreless tie. Rumlln, Johnnie Green, David Gibson, lister, Church News average. Murry In 36 caries gained flowers, card, visit and other
by M. Elkln on the lubjccl.. I. The creative process I Is described Grambling I I. t-1 of the season Ferguson, Barbara Brown, Mar- 33 yard for 6.:3 average. xpresulon during the Illness and
Community Action Project, a* the stops or stages 4M is 7-1 They both play this via Jackson, Fannie Snead and Prayer servIces' will be held Lincoln High Tigers. met Blake passing of our dear cousin, Bra.Lennie .
I ,sere Herman Washington, teach Joe Jackson Heights Thursday evening I p.rn. Rtv0..
Ann
through which an Individual ac weekend. FAMU play Texa Ideal M. Bridge minister in High Tigers. In Tampa Friday Arnette. May God bleu
tr of vocational agriculture, Chip- ,Val1l'l'l a* he think creatively and Southern University and the Tig Grade 3: Jerry Walker Dar- Bins charge. night at Phillip Field and loot each of you.
Mary
Icy, R II. Stephen, asxlslan Produces the creative product reulllng ers play Bishop, lene Patterson Sarah Walker. Recreation NewsBy member and Knight friend will entertain their bid for the state crown they Signed: Mn. Authle ZellllerRli
county' agent, Gadsdcn Countyand from this creative think.'j' The 32nd annual Orange Blossom James Hall George Oliver, Eddie Board One of Usher were defeated 3413.AllConferense .
E. A. MiCray, teacher of Classic Timothy lAM at home, Thursday,
vocational aurloillure. Palmetto. Ing. like other, will have Richardson Debra llaye- Lllll PEE tEE AND 7:30: p.m.Love First Team: A. Card of ThanksThe

A tribute i to the lute President 2. Creativity exist In everyone the ties and fanfare gaiety of during plenty the of twodaeckcnd. fcstivl Culver and Catherine DUworth GI'P BASKETBALL JUNIOR REGISTRATION IEA-. Feast servIces will be Sykes Lincoln, Tall. E., R. Walton family of the late Mr. Arlur
John F. Kennedy wa broughtby of us a* a part of our being Grade 4: Reginald Hurchlns held Friday night 7pm. Sanfard T.. N. Mill FAMU L. Bell wishes to thank each
G. W. Conoly, Itinerant teach human Like other part of our Beverly Jean Butler, David D Supt. Sam Love Sr., announce G., J. Green Gilbert C., S. Bell of you for your kind act shown
er-tralncr and associate professor potential It must be treasurer Green Emma J. Hodges, Ruth Registration Contlnurei for all that Sunday School will begin 9.45a : : Lincoln G.. E. Jones Gilbert E. during our bereavement through
of vocational l agrlcultue, Florida and nurtured or It will wither Services Set M. Smith, Martha Q. Patterson Boys Interested in playing Pee .m. All teachers and pupil are M. Jones Gllber E.. Andrew c.rds. letters of condolence, flown -
;A4M. An address of welcome wa iway Donald Johnson, Clara A. Colalon, Veej>r Junior/ League Basketball asked to come and make a con James of Croom and Tony Ash food and other expression
Delivered by Dr. George W Gore, 3. Much of our satiety shapes At ArnetteThe Patricia Richardson and Catherine All boys In the fifth through 6thgrades tribution on the discussion of the FAMU, P Brinson Grooms R 1M.....) Irene P. Bell and
jr., president of the university. children Into pattern of conform Butler. I are eligible to play. Boys lesson, Robinson Lincoln Tallahasnce. _children
In the 5th and 6th
Dr. B. L- Perry, professor ofso'nnomlcs ity that discourage or even de- Love Feast services will beheld Grade 5: Elijah Corker, Will. grade will The morning worship service
play Pee Wee Ball
at FAMU delivered an troy the creative spirit Friday 7 p.m. Rev. A. II. lam White Margaret Wright and the 7th will begin at 11 a.m. The Pastor THEN MOW
address on "Principal of Ste- 4. Education must go beyond unter urge that all member at Debra Reed Carolyn Oliver, Albert and the 8th Junior grades boy will makeup will bring the message. Holy I and
Wardship." Introduction of vocal Culver, Thomas White, Joseph I Boys League. You Communion will be given follow [
Information-giving' accepted concept ,COFFEE twiNC-| "
tend.Department pick to
: may up slips register
bout agriculture teacher and *, and authorized procedures.Education Superintendent. Frazier and Joe Louis Smith. ing the message. Serving for services Ever
from the
of
fy\t wa made by L. A. Marshall must stir the student Joseph Long Sr, and Powell E Grade 8: James Sailor, Ray. any coaches at Car- Sunday are: Senior choir. since coffee was first reported In Arabia
In vocational l mond Wilson/ Gloria Hicks, Mary Parramore High School and Usher more than 1,000 yean ago, the seamS for tha
ipctlallst agriculture to ask questions and to seek his /oodberry Sr.. announces thaI at Jackson Height Board One and Stewardess best way to brew it hat on. For hundreds 'Il
Swimming gone
own answer. Sunday School will commence at. Llndlfl')'. Peggy Green, Betty A. Board 2.Evening. of K
Pool during the noun from three pairs was simply boiled with bitter results.
Among those In attendance were TIN Creillte EducatorNo 8:30: a.m. All teacher. and pupil William, Annie D. William, Wll to five.MEN'S. service will begin ( p Than, In leon the first percolator was Invented,
n- H,. Stephens and Mr*. U. H number of book or other are urged to attend and report on oan Dllworth Daniel Smart. Jim m. Official board meet Monday by the ranchman D* Bslloy. This was really the
William, advisor from Gadsden piece of literature can tell the lime mle McMIIUan, Anthony- Home : BASKETBtl.L evening/ December 7, 7:30: p.m. first "dei" pot, and It simply filtered boiling
County teacher precisely how to be The morning worship service Marlon Akin. Elizabeth Whalley. All men Interested In playing All member are urged to fill, water throuih round coffee.
enlive. -
Nevertheless the Informa will commence at 11 a.m. Rev, A. Dorothy Borders. Willie C. Will basketball In the adult League, and return by their leaden guest-
Antioch Church Ion gathered from, H. Hunter minister In charge. lame, Lonnie McMillon, harold please get In touch with one of! loneer with information concent'
reading cci'lain
material can start the H. will be assisted by Reverends Smith, Bobble Pride and Henry the following persons: John Hut- lag membership pledge for the
educator to thinking professional Uunpbcll and Jackson. The tenor Green, Icy Randolph McMillan, Sam conference year This I Ia very vitalto /
Lists CalendarThe about I himself and hi* professional/ / and usher board one will Grade: ChrlHtine Oliver/ 93; and halley, Odesler Carter or stop bythe the general welfare of the
throughout the day. Holy Rhcba Sutton 91. Jackson Height Swimming church.
Sunshine Band will meelThursday Ife. A major part of understanding serve ,
Pool during the hour from three
Communion will be held following
5 p.m. at the home ol creativity 1* feeling the proCl'1' Grade 8: Dorelha Wright 93:; to five.
Mrs.. Ethel Stoke All members. In yourself. It I* not possl the morning and evening mess Louise Gray 91; and Cecil What Salem Gives
are to attend. bin for the educator to live or ages. Icy, 91.
The monthly conference an related :leach or administer creatively al Stewardess Board 3 will be entertained Springfield' basketball team WaIter Fluellen PG ReportThe
business will be Included In the time. It I Is possible and highly I by Mrs.. Eddie L. James swung Into action last week against

Friday night teuton, commencing oslrable, however, for educators -.t home 4 p.m. Sunday, Mrs.. Midway. The Ramette eased Passes AwayMr. second and third grade
7 p.m.SuJlorlnll'ndcnl.. to see their creative strengths Hlldred Relax chairman- by Midway' girl to the tune 01 teachers were hostess for the -
Parlhcll Galney and weaknesses and to plan 10mske Weekly activities are: Sunday I;2610. The Ramette are young Walter Fluellen died t.SS: p. SaTem'i second professional growth Another Frenchman, Durant put I I
announces that Sunday School will themselves and their teaching -School Board meet, Monday 6 p Inexperienced.\ m. Sunday November 29, at the meeting. Since the child I* the 1MIk" In percolator 27 year
begin f.40 a.m. All teacher and more creative m. Official board meet, Tuesday I The Ram game wa shortened adsden County HospitaL lie is primary Interest of the school, the :later when tie patented a device !
pupil are urged to attend. The Future lot CreatU'* Teaching 7 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday -because of traveling time and a native of Jackson County and discussion centered around the with m Inner tub' to caine; the |I
Thtr morning worship service Many outstanding efforts are 6.30: p.m. Junior choir relearsal hey had to rush In order to de- Jived for several year In Sneed, child "How Children Learn." The bailing water and spray it repeatadly -
Dill commence at 11 '.m. The being made In American Eduea- 7:30: p.m. Senior choir re- eat Midway 24-1 Florida before moving to Qulncy. Topic was discussed I In four parts; over the coltw. How-1 I
Minister will bring the message at lien reorganize. basic subject hraraal, Thursday 7 p.m The Rams are Irving to find a. Several year ago he joined Anil- (II) General Nature of Learning I ease, It was not until 1I7 that I
the morning and evening service mailer In such a way a* to em workable combination which willie O/'h Missionary Baptint Church (2) Guidance and Cue In Learning Heart Anwrwi took.. a parcolator to .its
Evening worship will commence haslze! discovery and other trait Here and There fruitful later In the season charging( his duty for beyondthe 131> Whole and Part Learning, It brountit* trw out pumping by New Eftfarxfer percolator -
I p.m. Holy Communion will be thaI are a part of creativity They are young and Inexperienced call (4)) Helping Children to Learn. John Bowman. .
given following Ihe sermon There are many new experiment M.r. Perry Lee! Cloud buss a* but should Jill by mid-season Ida services to hIs family community Learning han been defined as The
The Y.W.A, will meet .Sunday, past and present, In American Edatlon her house guest her daughter The season should be good for and church will be mlss- the acquisition of way of satisfying latest In the long line of boll,
4 30 p.m. Missy Bell In charge. designed to break down In. Francis Thomas of Baton turn prlvldlng the weather li. ed. motive or attaining ,oall. a perk drip, vacuum filler and steep
Monday 7 p.m. the Senior Missionary IIIlbjl'l1 line and trade line and i Rouge, La Friends are wishing suitable for practice.Havana l'ulII'rallI'rvlce. are Incompleteat It Will brought out that recognition !* coffee .maKers I Ia the new InitaBrewer. -
will be entertained to relax time and schedule reIremenls. for her Using a unique pratsura-
Society an enjoyable stay at time but will be an- of the potential abilities of plunger method, It nukes
by Mrs, l'W! Daniels, at the All such experiments Mr*. Florins Chambers' ; and Man nounuced from Slmmt-Jackaon the child and awareness of the I in lets than a minute sup.rDcaChe using
home of I M. Walker. tend to favor creative teaching family pent Thanksgiving wllh Funeral Home later. dynamic of learning are the responsibility the regular rind of your favorite
The discussion on "Creativity InIhe her mother, Mrs. Ella Frank ol The survivors are: Mr* UllleFltiellen of the teacher Readl- brand. All you do Is UM on* coffe
Hospital Report Classroom" ended on the fol. Macon, Georgia. They returned Dies Sunday B. wife, Miss Shelly nets to learn depends upon stimulation measure per cup add boiling water,
owing keynote: The development home Sunday. They report a Ann Fluellen daughter, and trainIng Motive brew for 30 seconds to !'<* minutes
Bernice Walker, Baby Boy of creativity In children I II one ofeducation's most enjoyable trip. Mr.. Joseph "Joe" McNalr olIt. Porter, Ft. Pierce, III"c1 significant In the educative pre- ;i then puth the plunger to the hot-
Wright, Margaret Ann Shaw, Andrew most difficult and Mr. Willie Bryant of Greensboro the 2 Gadsden, Havana County passed Hospital Sunday,following at- ucllen, Mr*. Hester Sutton. Ft.Pierce. .' ems Include Interest, attitude, r1 It.I torn. Th* brewing I action Is cut off,

Dnnaldwm, Walter Fluellen, mllllt urgent problem I N. C. spent torn time here visitIng -. an f'Ktendedllneaa.\ He I Is sisters John and Peter need and purposes. | end coffe It ready to MTV. K
Gullie Mae Ilutlen, Bather' Len- Observation were made at IhI'I'nd friend and relative BrBryant Fluellen, both of Sneads, brother Learning I* most efficient when
well known In this and south
ear Alice Turner, Kelly Bryant, of the meeting by the Pro- I I. a member of the facultyat area the activities to be performed are
retired
lie
esslonal Growth Chairman Mr. eorgla. resenlly at a
Oulncy: Mary Blocker, Susie! Mc F. L. Sheppard. Remark and, an- North Carolina State College armer-mrrchant. lie was an officer Card of ThanksTo the mean of satisfying need or

Bride, Will Henry Johnson Ha vans nuncemenl were given by the of Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church, the many friend I extend attaining Important goal.
; Willie Wllllamii, GraIns: Ray. ministration at the end of the Card of ThanksThe 'where funeral service will beheld thank for kindness shown In the I

Doris niona C Miller, Atlapulgus; halrman' talk. family of John Smart, Jr.. possibly Sunday. Reeves form of; flowers, phone calls Lions To Open
Doyle, llosford and Joheuh Thanks Is extended! to Mrs. V. acknowledge with grateful appre.clahtoit runeraillom. Havana, In charge visitations, and get veil cards
Ucttlle, Chattahondiet.HIKTHS Oanll'la. Miss B. Ponder and Mrs your kind expression of while I wa ill at the Florida And Play In AlbanyThe
Mary A. Smith for serving the sympathy shown during our bereavement. By the time the average man M University. Again I amVl'ry
November John and Gullie flatten Boy freshment for sponsors' of the earns the value of study, he has thankful. Cartl'r.ParramOl'e High

2S.! rogram.-_ _ _i Smart Family_out-his eyesight. ___ Signed Mrs Katie_ _M. Thomas basketball tram will motor to
: Albany Ga., Saturday night where
rel :JI they will meet the strong Munroe

High team
The Saturday night engagementwill
be the tint of the season for
IS FOR Coach Charleston L. Holft 1963
Big Nine North Conference champion

*.
This year' squad will be the MMY'S NIW SrrclNT-Thit full seal model give you a good
tallest In the history of the school look at Army' new antl-muwll missile called Sprint. It

The aggregation will be led by pop out of underground launching tubes and atreaka skyward
'P Alfred "Cargo" Johnson, All- to missiles!! I In
PRINTING. State forward. The senior renter deatroy enemy coming at 17,000 mphWEEKEND

top 8-3. followed by a candidate I
lor conference or state honors
James Anderson S'10". Others HANDYMANCIOA

Included are John Thomas, S'J".

Earl Marry S'*", James DavliI'lO" --, CIOA HUMIDOR __
'
Lorenza hayes 4", James.
Wade 81", Eugene Ward S .".
Willie Wondard f'3", Walter
LETTER PRESSand Moody 6'J". Robert Smith "',
Emmitt Thins5.9.5 and John
r a Smith Jr. S'7".
Smith. J. Davis and L. Haye

were. promoted from Jut year'
"8" 1Nm.
The "B" tram with Wllli King\

J'H", Leroy Matthew, 5', Paul
John. George Cox and Charles
Faisal are all .' pLus with theexception

OFFSETSales of Falaon.Playen .' Ever (me; 4t2. when teas ef Columbus' u.kx I ..
which an transfers San Salvador native
smokint hinted pelts ot
that are showing well an Earnest !.*.( cases hw broufht pleasure to count!*.1 I
KIrkland J. Moton, G. & Washington "" llHin K man.and omen.r .
I E. Moton and A. Jrmtott le.uva..w"r' .:=-t- ---- =-. _
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Coach Holt report that lu
Literature Leller Heads rather hard to schedule opponents seas see Wicjt and a*** torn
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and that be may have to (own* can II tr-ey're to amass at
resort to scheduling Junior Col- taste aremadc. palatable teat They
leg tram In the area. an complete dependent upon Just!
Business FormsS" The first home game will tentattwly the "lilt.c of humidity end
be played December 1) should be kept IN humidort lawtight.inotaturiMd .
or 17 against Blountxtown.Northdd cwtUmto) thai keep them

and Labels HIP ts scheduled man. ..

Tags then on December II.Atttnds .
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Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service fI 1 Amir**. Eta Conitrfnc Woodward artendmd -

I the Southeastern Regional
Conference ol th* Zeta Phi Betafcroity
627-7649 Inc.. and Zeta Arrwri
The meeting was held, Nownv
to r-3 ki Prawcola. Florida.
The Gamma Tan Zeta of Pens
cola was boat chapter.

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES
Why worry, about wr. or duvrue. Yen
U you do not worry about can. ..... *. I IMnoy hwiiise Imseckam, ... pw ..... se .. waite
automohU* accident Instruct *, complete with *-' *. tn at tile Ovamtier
tease of ,....
"LEfTsw*... wade. tile jr
15 South Madison Strot I kntitut ef ,
The end of the world win AmoicM. New Yet*. N. Y.
pro lG020. TN .
MUsts .5 seat ,eca sect 10 IICIC"'C east tile eddM
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habrjr catch
a Dumber el people ""'*oait pos..e. yes'S sae, eel wee. itl w.tI\
promuwc 10" better. I K


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CADSDEN COUNTY" TO1IS._QVTHCl, FLORIDA._TJIUnSDAY. DECEMBER:! 1M4I ', I
.- PACE fln''I'NOTICE ,! I fI

th. Complaint on the plain, Also 10, all" nt a point I Fur
110 'a att rneya, Johnson and Huadrrl Mieu Fits 119..I f.
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CLASSIFIED ADS I ABC Attorney it LAW, I4A *>ut* rr h. Norlhoa.trner of I TIIIS ONE-TWO IS ONE TOO JIUQIANOTHUl
: Wainlnfton Street Quincy I he .ount, Quarte ixk I) of
riorlda. and HI. the orlilnulniwor the Soul''' sit ma her (Sr: |l uf
or pleading In the office "SoUB 1'''''rtccn' U4i Tow"ihl|'
FENCEINDUSTRIES of ih* Clerk of the 'I..IIlt\ Court TIt_ (11 \"h Ih".. Flto t1. e
on or before the II day of Decem- wept and t un Youth One Hundred I r
b ir, A. D 1114If and the t> ne and five t.nth.
It' 'I I : b* held .po..lhl.1 yon fill to o> .o. a Decree I lit. ) r.-.I t .ire Weat Three '
FORWENT I for eny debt in rred by .n,. 1 Pro Con'.... will bo taken Ha-naVed :Id thirty (110) fet. l1.Blu9
I : ( ,..' I an n *e|( (-Inn rou for the relief ... lkM north One Hundred I worlds have bees
Fred L. bhotn.r, I minded In tha Complaint.Dated KltTMJr tipo'" and Five tenth The
N, It. M. Dm I It I II at Qulnry nd.den Conni Mill) feet thence Halt Three framed by the word of God-
I '. Florida thus l 10th day of No. Miuidrad Thirty (I'U fact U theislet
FOR RENT' Complftrli furn I iirnher, A D. 1114SKAL of .., .."talal.. (il h. lltS).
shod I bedroom h 10' / NO ) Ons and Thl"< '"III.tl: hundredth. The aubaUnc of Cod li al!:
heat alortrlr kit, hilt ." iantenna. 1'I KllWPf RADIO (Ill) a. rft. m<.r. .r law
lire lard ''idrrn I I'lerk of the rircult Court Also fool at t polat Four 'Vi it bind Our world anfranxMi
boated on par' i "r.."tI Oadeden County. Florida It.*4r..d \ .ly, ri.* tltt feel by our word of Cod
I 1.1..11. from W ML .e MONEYDOWN 8OID.: ... Hathowk ,tout* i' t rhr.e Hundred Tklrly -
Pch",1 ITS,00 per n,,,.. iIt Deputy ClarkQulncy fit:) I'rl ten if Ills North h by our prayerS of faith. by
.711 during day. I:; A 1 Florida' Net *..iv.or the outhaaat LPG ifflrmtUoDi of Hit diviM
onlnare "if Nov 1'. 15. It.0. It 4t Uliartar "h.' tI of the !\ou......, our
Quarter :Hi tl i of Moot Ion Four |adrhlp..
ruH $ICN fun. inre oedroi NOTICE (505 114 I rownhip Thret (I) !
home for 141 It on* two bedroom IS' THB (IRl'l"T 1'0\lnT PFTHK North Hone. Vito (Meal and 7.
urns for 119 01 per montk ''SERVICE; I : BBCONn: JIPUIAI CIR run Bouth 'one Hundred Blthty
loll ollehd oak floor. Ml. HIT, IN AND FOR OADKPEN One and fllf unih. Ill I) feet: 1.
balk and kttehe and all mot UP TO 36 MONTHS '01'VTY, FLOAIPA, IN those *'.., Tw Hundred Fifty
Sri oon0anlenroa T 8 rl..h..r CHANCERY. CARD NO I.101ElOENB One tilt feet Ih....-. North' One
Orfl".bnre, rime, Phone Ill I. TO PAY : : UetllLUW [ndred Pi ihtv One and Five
1115.or. HI. t till Plaintiff 'nlhe (it 1 M fMI; hence Fi: "t
y.. Two Hundred' Fifty One (III)
FREE ESTIMATES MORT PVOIOLAH and IAR\H fo.t be the lu- lit f heglonIg' ,I
I R POI'OljAM, hl. wife. JO1NHrI.L :! .inlalHIna one ,n". fl.e ho-: I
CALL ,, .
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and 1.11. RIM. hit wife.THK r.th. 11 I a. ,... more ..r ,I.... I /o- L
FOR RENT DIUt'F.MR OK KlxlltlP* or The ,I.'" i"''ll|| h, re.erred III _
I THB TROTF8TANT Kl'1HCOPAI. reject .n. past ",r all r" t. .. Ahlr
627-8661 <'III'Rl'II. *t al on. or all hid "r to .rapt an*
LEON 'ASP bid ..r pnl! '"e.,.of 'III the hoot Matt butchers w.11d
Modem S Bedroom onfuralahcid All ptreona alalntlnr any..tat., Int.r..1 I II h. Il-n, -I,IIOIOARD rather wilt
tip "'1'HI ''I'INIITIII' on newljrwerl
Qulncy Florida rl ht 1111. nr Intereel In. or lien
,'
Afxirtment. Located InMpki MOBILE HOMES I upon the real property herein Tl'>S' Shop dont remember what
OAD0ilP'II:
[ at TU W'. >hliirtoo.rVlthl | il.acrlbed Defendant or alp part thereof K H'I.F'1'": 1":11. I"UJIIIDA" prices ud to box"
Salt Srrk
walking dUUnre ol THE KTATB I* FU1RIDA. TO: A CHAIRMAVTTWIT
\
school and ehurcbr ; All I p*"oni cl.lmlnt any eetat. M l>, WA J
shops, N.w Moos Vtrlett Well DrillingCALL K ItIt.
,/right title. or Intereet In, or lion KCRtTAltTQUINT
Gardner. Ceneor. SUwirL upon th. real pnperty herein IIJ ,
lest rlbed or any i'art thereof. --- -- ,
Oaf! M7-Till. durlnr bmlnrm Nie cltan U.ed Trailer t
Uefendinta, Oreellnaet
Mora, or 1271214 after I p.m. I and 10' Wld HENTZ RICHARDS Yrot are hereby n 'tlfled' tbet aprocsding I OIVIDENOS r
;
to quiet title hoe ken f//4A
Wa trad for furniture 01 627-6810 hruuahl 11 the circuit route for ELGIN BULOVA

anything of value ,,11.d.d. County. Florida. ...In.1 J-
f all preoi .-lulmlnaany .late, WATCHES
W. Kara KOOL SEAL Ga.-Fla. rlfhl tithe or Internet In. or Hen .
REAL STATE ,I upon, the following d....rll.d .
U. S.0 It mil watt ., real property, eltuat In tladidn MYTH EXPLODLDI UMFft' end !MEWS
I'unly' Florida to" II
Talquln Ins Well Drillingand Hea.ln at point "n. tI I","'niIhlltT 4 $29.95 and
.f i.lr end "ft. ..I t\ .et.101 up
Ttllahtu. Florid ndredth. ,loll :1I, 'oo <. "IIInd J .40Th
gwRA11O PUMP REPAIR I OniI I... i.md ",n hitdred I Term!) |1 00 .tans. |l wwI ...

Sill W... Tenant* Doc. 3 10. 17 24 41 and Mnet)'-iw.. hundred Y Full War Warranty anhwlII
I
'
i 110ft ii feel Weil "r ohoN.rthrosl f '
tiE .
FUR HI-NT Three bedroom Pbon 122.Ml! I ... .'orner if the Mouth I ...o .oVfrrla.nar lINtel rrNlIt taI
I '
t. ) I0 of He. lion Three III jpVERNMEHI jwr Mm twlMm
house with I bathe, l inrgo.kitchen living J Tiwiullp Three and dining room
CAN BUILD
room HH (41eet and thence I
.. horn Im I*.
O. lln III
j.lou.l. back porch 1.'If' 'r..n LEGAL NOTICES1I run luet Four hundred twenty Mar
front porch. car-purt and lam Plumbing P01str.a. Electrical (41(1) feel; thenca run Mouth WpUCERgR 1 15.n.. """" /.'*.
'lot. One at in N. lath Street Two hundred ten (Ile) f.ot t. ,
rail 117.tilt or 117. 4II tl Supplies Pip. and FlUlagaj the point of ht.lnn.n.. 'os.talnleg A friendly and rnnriram e*>*.

FOR RENT Unfurnl.h.d. two Watar Htalcn. Til Board. THE CIRCUIT COURT or. T.. tI) ..... mora or HUM will ran M yN al ymrapfioifl
THE
BBCVND JUDICIAL CIHCl'IT .
I. .. Roing I" Ihs North..t
bedroom house. It miles out of Cat tad Oil Haat.r Dm ,
OK FLORIDA, IN AND 1 ** tit fhttfutiu
lntratd 1/4 of Ih* Routhweit ( u
month. It
town.4a a Vt
tf FOR OAMDKM COUNTT. said flection Three 41). s Utnafartlul panadrrd or jam
oil 017.5181. IN CHAN('KHT. hip Three (I) North Ratio n"1 ..............
FOR RENTI I bedroom unfurn- ROCCOPIPE IN RK: PETITION Or ORAD III <4> Wool, C ho h.e,
lihed hou. In good condition. PEACOCK AND WIIliOOEAJ: Ondadei County. Florida M1i
Contact A. J. lx>ck.rman. 1* Pot PEACOCK: HIS WITH and you are hereby required to 1 NilII., DM. I, It, 17 41
ro Bt. Telephone MAIn 7-M44 11 KTATH OF FLORIDA Ills with the clerk of said rood
TO v..tr Hllliard who. rtadnc your written appearance Iperlonally SOUTHERN SUPPLY
FuR RENT: Ihiwntown ground & SUPPLY CO. la InknowaIxirothx or by attorney In ealdiroceodlni French ,
floor office apace. Inqulr at 111 Moor on or before the II PAIENTS -
F. Washington Street or call /1 7T6tl 44 YEARS OF SERVICETo 114 Ixiulilana/ Aranut dsy or Pit-ember. 1)14. and th.,.. poitman Raymond Bambor, COMPANY

TbU Art baton Uoui.. Louliliu .rt.r to file ..r.l<'I on Ihs O\lpu". M, eero..... wits Monlqua,

FOR RtNT Aiartmtnt for renton You .NOTK log ennn.el, Dan w, fI'AI.mh.to. ST In a Pirlt hospital afterbirth I 1 II
IH( XNeit mhlncton I Ir Stl.el. PHONE 222 I53T and *rlt of rOil art hr lit "OIt Woohlll.t" Mired, .

.11 MAIn 7.'U' from '.I II 1110 S. tionroo Sir..! I by the lIolIlI.d adoption that of a p.lltlon minD ohl for. haltahnoche, Florlla. end file. of thrlr qulnttipltli .1 t !i -_ -- 0r
your written d. -
with old clerk your thew boy. and two lrl.. iy
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA drrn wai fliedn thli (
court o" .n..e. if any. t* tha oumplalnt y
1''the ltd dar of November. A. IA at Ihs times preeorlbed by law. One of Ih. boys, the sot

--- -- ::::d.and you at. h.r.kr torn herein ..tttn. up the .'111"I.ht tjulnt to bt born, tiled a ftw
FOR RENT to file with the Clrk of till* or In l.r.a In, or Hen
I I ills Court your wrln.n d.f.n. upon. the abnv* described prop day later They war nits
p.nonally or by attorney and a .,tr claimed by you Herein fall wtckt prtmaturt. ii
WELL DRILLING :opy upon tli* attorney for p.. not, or Judgment will ba enured
tltlonr named alow. In sad italnot ym by default
Office SpaceAir ult on lbs lOih day of 1J..m.< I W1TNPMN hand and thereal
Fttturlng Compl.t.LID. ll' 'or. A. D. 1164 la thaw ..... of said my court at uulnryFlorMi tlO BILLION 1 t I

ol Dtmlnl Pump tot I why the ...ld p.tltlon should sot ; Ibis lltk day of Nov.ra: PRIVATELY FINANCES '
Homo b* granted.W1TNEYS ,.r. IS44 ELECTRIC
Conditioned or Irrigation. I my hand and theofficial POWER
...! of Ik* said court, .t (MFA1.1Edwin Baur PROJECT
TERRY.ROSA I Florida thl. 4lk day o, e,5e, C-y
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BUILDING ( l.rkby .
WILCO hov.miter .gnalw45reeM
,
A. 1>, 1144, Oma M. r i Irwa.row
HARDWARE CO. I Edwin Baur : H.lhD.C.. .agasd Il IlDON'T

Utilities Furnished I II Clerk of the Circuit Court Din W. tVAIembertaII ...
.
1421 South Monroe SL \Od.don County. Florida West ..hln.loa Street 1't',j1. AeStuMral
Will Alter to Suit TallahiiM.. Florid Kr a/Oma M. i4.thooekt.puty Chsttshtwtho.. Florida
I Il.rk Den I. It IT 41NOT1CB
.
Nor II.
Your Needs 222 HOT JOHNSON MARNFTTAttorn. :
for ptltloara CREDITOR1
: TO

APPLY WILSON'SIf 101'I'I I Opt UA Jack fiat A.Wuhlnfton H.rn.tt .Ir..' In the FLORIDA Court STATUTES of lbs ;aunty aRfirn

Uilnry. FloridaNot. Judge Oadiden County, Florida, \Cam fire
.
II II It, D. I ft la frebet Ma III .
I II E.tat5 or '
HOMES IN THB CIRCI'IT 'OI'RT OTHB I. r. It IILL IUO
loA W lION K. MAT FOOTBALL IS ItOUGH..1O IS
SECOND PICIAU 'IR.
-- - Decee.el.

1'm 7J ; I TOR 1'1'11' OArwOKN or ri/miDA COUNTT 1'( AND To All Creditor or
Having .
IN CHANCEHTNo Atalnal laid Otatal: moro thin coordln.Uon.lud.|

RELP ANTnt: Adjuster + I 0.551EVELYN You and ack of you are II.... mint and know how to be I
Nollon.1 1101.. In0non.. n ,mpanyof 'Ir t B IKITH.'VI by notified end required to pre YOUR WIFElet
fats employment with good 'I rialntlfNOTIHJTO sent any olalma and daniandaON proftttlorial' football player.

starting alary, great ad .nc.- KlngsberryGreenwood IIIOBIIRT: DON SMITH.I wklcla you, or oltbor of :"ll" 'It tahtl SAFETY StNSC If
menu patentlal and excellent have aRaln.l eke eslal. '
..0mpAn b.n.III. Prefer m.n '---Ii I ANMWFII n.fene.at. M MAY. d........ late of you want to bt around to pity Her Wlnterproof

with I r.... college and ego II. TUB ITATB or ri/miUA .aid County, I* the County Judge tomorrow,you have to prottct
11 r-.. old Call III-IIII Tale TUi Robert Don Smith 01 Oiit.il.n County. Florida, al the Porch with
/.hanoe' Florida for appoint I U.n.ral .llv.ry hi. offl," ish court houee of )'ourIlIlIOlly.That why the 1 r
m.nL It I 1 India, California raid Coiaty al Qatar. Florida, "Pros nit ftctguardt all
I within ala caleailer muntha fromthe FIEX-0.6USS This Ym
Ton
and are h.r.by notlflM Iht other safety dtvlcti availabl
Urn of Ihs flrat 'ubl..llo.ot
,a lUll for divorce has bee
FORSALEHOUSES
brouckk ...''n.1 you In the Cl.. oath the claim act or_,...Two.n' shall...plee be ol I* to tham. Do YOU when you 4 Any IIIU lady ran nclo*. a
Sunset roll Court
Acres of Oid.d.n
County I In
;And For Th* Second Judlolal II elm. rltlm. and ahall etat Ih* drlvaf slAT IUTIIAVILlUS..UII porch*r b__.,with 11'.,,'*
ult of Florida' In Chanrtry bp plane, oi i ro. .,, and poet office THEM. HrUK.U! It. 10,1
CLARK PLEMMONS I Evelyn I B Kmlih. Plaintiff d.iIn ... addroas or Ih. ..1.lm.nt. led shall Just rul with shears' and
FOR SALE claimant hid lark
the
to
by
and b. .urn
you ar required to fits
I Pbon MAin T,ISI1HARRELL'S with the Clerk of ..ld Court went op attornor and aooompen. over ......... Make a warm,
2 Bedroom Home your written dorm.s peraonalby ). 1. by a Mini fee of ne dollar avnlll room, fl..... .|"It
.nd auch claim or demand aet a5fllu rth
or attornaysa and t. ..... h.altriful
421 Bomwood. Rraaonahl) upon Gardner and Lln... Pla. shall ba veldTha Ultr.vloleray.I

Prhwd. Must Ml Kn-auao olTnnafnr. tiff. attorney. wkoee addreuI Qulnoy Hate Bank OmMCAOlO AUTtlOfl* Ml TWJiyAN AMIHIfAal CAAAIMIMM.TWS whr Ih* chlldro I eon pity I ati 1
II.. Donald r. MayAs '
tail: aver k30: p-m. Uuln Quincy'y Florida i*, a Bank Bulldln thereofon ei.cutori of Ih* last Will II MALI NHL wets AK>UM. too ia S. o* MO I. STAND ABOUT winter lofii..or ua at an stirs

or "......NId_ IJ7T471. U or b.fore the 14 eopy day of l>e. and T.atameni *f lames 14 J FT. AT TMI ftHOU.MR. IT WILL MOW TO 5 FT. IN IIN. .TH. Bliirt-ronm GanuJn. rrytUU

combs. A. n ..... Fall net May deieaeed.Flret THty All SWIPT !RUNNIRS. ATTAINING' A niU Of MAMlVOM rUr' II.U.o.cUlA! laid foryttra
herein or a to...... pro Conf.eeeWITNFIw'mr'kanV eubllcitlon Denmhaf I. ." M. TMI MATIN .f AtON It IN "TiMI" AND IN
mobile
FOB MALE: Newmfxn fmdl- \ ro. un Hen I. It II. It 41 OCTOalH. TMt IMALI OR 1 OOI WILL wIVt aMRTMTO rVMHOi at a frartlon the coat of
II, airellent
kem 10' x an4a. AMDNER ANI UN Mliterneye [Uaa.OnlyMf-aaii. 'd.
lion. I bedroom. front kitchen alif FAWNS TH. I*.IMO.THl ) atywf
....h.r. Call 117.*TII after old Court at Qulnrr qadi. for E.nrot.r. ANTILOM tint TO XCXAM Till WIPt OftM .*4(11. local bdwr*.at/Irabr doa...,.
a 00 P. M N.... ii ... pea. a It tor I.a County Floridahla 1* day Nelka la hereby .Insn l IhM Ike WITH NO COVf TO HINDIR TVJR VISION. POUND IN Toot
Vovember A. O 1114.iaEAn. .
lord of P.bile In.irimioa of WIYTIRN PRAIRII COONTR'd.
H )MB FOK HALF, I bedroom ) .deden County, Florida, will reIT TrooperBil1ags. 00. A Rirtl 4* oR A You May Gel
Edwin n.ur !
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and I bath.17,000.. et 1114Mannolla Clerk of said Court aealefl bId.5.111 It tt AM: I tK CCOPt. l mrN.t ill 1T Rl\.rnt TMi .17 FLEX-O-GLASS
rill
Drive
or ., .17..1 Not. II It It 1>eI'. I ItI'oOTII:1I daeidaf, December I. 555. for MAGNUM .270 7 MAUUK OR A.%0/Ot CAIIMR at
_NOT .II.. II. It Ie Ihs aale .,' ...... with option te TNI 'il.
: TO AU TNI'CKEHANfT coy. ., "r.llm.lelr las ..,.. T0DO 0lV MjMOCUlAR
A PAIR OP / All A MUST. TO UT YOUWHMIN
HAlLKKflThe I'he Bell
FOR BALE I Board ..f <'oun
1 Re+dnmro, Air ('_IIf",,", lHanae. ,, ilonera ef 'ladeden Cunntf will orlda and lbs krl k building
b. In ..../"* on ,.u..".,. He- the properly know .* the form Lr
tow Dowa Payment i ember I. 1144 at It* e..!<...k or M.. Fleaaaal Klemaniaryhe Hardware"rlQUINCY -i I
Low Monthly r.yn_" FV P. M for the purpoe of ..1... .. 4 biillitlnail. Jt r.I
.11I'I., Alrrady Arraiipid.Norm I liklna ....lmulII welfht llmlta mm ncln( at tile North.e.t I !
I "n ..- oadary road. la Uad.4ea rner vf tk* Duatk weet euart.r I IThl.l..n
.! MrMlllH, 1011 Mar OoanlirAnr : >>uth.w.et quarter of S.-lt.= FLOHIDAt,
.nlla Dim_ tl por... firm or eerporitlon tit la Tewaaklp Tlire e-w.-w..aa w

darts* a* board I* II.,.", (/I North Mania Fln. III "..., 1
I- etlfleil lo appear 'b.nc. runnlnf ...t. forty feel
FOR IALK Brick Veneer., I WITNESS tar band sad ...1 1. the North.weet enraer of lha
(ear>ol4 houee I kedrooma.Dlnlnt 1 Ills IIr' Lisp of Ne....". u... lot Intended I* be ....rl"* and t
atha. Urge Kltob.a Kdwln Beer. Clerk hureS' *o *ye4i lheM>* Pus outtwo

Room hoots Combine Carpert. Paved Palls Prlveway Utlllir- W beep p.i.lk.'s ad awd (HO'OMNIP.IONERIOAWt0KN AMD rtlCNTY' ) hundred feet thence aedwstT,.. .eelk, finstill tw: Buicksare
The
Haa astral keel (('') --mow. _!II
yes : fOtlHVT. FLORIDA Iton'r" end ee...,' fie* la N..t.wart. at, Qglncr. T.le-l AUVi N....._ .. a*. ->Ioe1ll. fo.tih.sa wont |w. kandred
,ho" MAIn f 1741 Mr I. Itli 't .... twenty fir. 4IHI feel,
FOR iALJCt lines and lot Ill I I...... aonk. two kndre4 ee* -
W. Jefforaon. C.III. W. Peanut IN" THE CIRCUIT C-OURT OFTHB create fins tlll feet t* It* ,
1'J
f.aoock. tlT-lttl (f.Tr IBOONLT! DICIAU CIRCUIT Nerlk.went earner of tk* let ,
IT* MR m "Ml or FLORIDA IN" AND hereby eea..red. .......1.* One ?
Alf ::ttn- Yost, D4toliDU COO'.NTY. UI and . It7l/ltt ....... were "'wa' w 05Aggl '
1..U.1-1 "IF.' a .m a-1 TACKL. ( RA"('Eft 1'. or leee. y
f f..8 aed Hoes.. CAIN Nlti I-MlNOTfraj Ale* bell U a P-H.t 01..... Yi
air rrBUCATKm .Id flu ,..1'" lit II feel wont
>H HALBt Barbie Poll elMIMiII '
NORA rHANKUN. oob.. Morlkeeet ..r5an at Ike
.I* for a piece wardrobe.. C lMra ....I.tln _......t ".." Ian || .( IkeHeMBxxl
tmmr Oraf 417 t<47D ... of 4
'_ t. I. I* tt JAMES: ritAMXLIN.TOl 'MS ::.r.M). tl. ..:

Dar..t T.r.e (II Heft. Resole Pin.a)
Jane Fraakll* Weal and re* *..ta rear ....>
1- Slightly! Used Ii le Ke. I ilred Xln.ty riTe (4tl '** : Sfcfe oirron *r. knporUnt lor

TV SERVICElaUCXt U.III LwI1lghl: Ohio Ih..<. Weal .... Hnxdref Poor silo OrMnf 'i"* todiVi httvy
Spinet Pianoat < Ward .>I4, feel. I'.... No.1t Pour
esrt/s a a_... tO Nikon YOU AM* HEKKIT: NOT Hairs III.ocr ne (4tl fM; traffic People who frKMnDr
N./. ,- Fit:! bat a Cmplalnt far dl. .1boon. Kaet ..... H...,.. rrflnelna. tfrlM 011 nuftlplu lent
Bargain Price I TOR lag ka filed Maine ,... 11541 ,.... 1. Iba ...... ., .... rud- _
RADIO ft a*. ,.* are repaired .. ....* a ewautnlac *tM (IKUTICB ) Roll And K MfMUiaou to

TV $c vicr ..tMason mpy .t your ....., er kleadln r '-' .....er 1-. IWM iid mlrrofi boUt en 0w

: OF APrUCATKM FOR TAX DEED tIV ht and left Ild/s. *( the Ir
av a..0 J.r e.sINTiIB1s Music I __ .e.. 114 II FJIIMI
"oon III NERERT: O IYKI4: lh.t s. L WID/a.., She ..... tan M
I .f Sh. tut/.went rOrlIf/nfea II,. nled maid .." .,..../. far a u. 1 .
COMPANY 5.04 to W Weed thor.... Tw ...u,.... aeabse sad yearn ;
oo .......... the dwrlpt/os II IIs "-.rI,. aed Ike .._ /. : :
14 E.*4 ..** >. M. with It was a o.au aes .. 'f.li.u i

DOT Meat, T* ** *..... Pot Mr. TEAR or. PAWS f1If WIUC'II
4k l **>. AID*' ** NQ ISIltACE Dt>711f'RlPTIOie A.rrwaE READY MIXCONCRETE

Can. Teara.RXWCATIMfl Bna rr Ss....,,. n. Ml 74701 ar Nt ,..... II LM ell
meat ,. Mlea Aadref It...... ... II. Twp. 4 M. H I W. I
tat W. King au .... .u.".& tI I It Acre MaaalltM C For***
of thr .. INI Let 411 < -fl* Sorop. are
to bnmra
Put iALJI Hal ,eraftara t JI' Octal Rob are t**. II Tea. t It, wtt coming.
ill..t ehe lwa rwl.er I ant vaofd and laud$ rrtav Airs ...&.... e. r.rmas4e
Pisa so.rorail.* turn /In nWcnr ta>t tta >CatSraquartuma 1141 Let III Oawrg wen.-, *
.....&. Writ Baf */eOadndea
BJ Cnj ..
CeeatT Tla e' '" CkpL ._ Tw p. t N. II I W.
.... M Aaroa RaaaVl C FonaIMI ..
I II I.M* u || Bk a. CONCRETE Special Skylark LcSabrcs 'Vildcats \"
H....... Itl" tea $4 A ,

BRICK HOMES I If.or..Ni N. K | w, !>. (Electra 225's and sleek ltivicras.The Buicks J
Itl r a.... A*.r.wtltt BLOCK

COMPLETELY FINISHED 1/ I" | II *V | ./ "W |
OH aT r tit, tea. t. Tw*. are rolling again. /'
S48J9 Month 25 Years I *>. .4W. I* Avere L*.t. Wallop

per Aft ., nail properly a.... i. u. Cly W Oat.t.a Hi *
Accept Old Home In Trade at r...<. *u r*>i Idol atiaMtoa HUU MAM ... ..... ntu MAIM N mi Gaul

Cuss Suit oertlfv.le or tertlfXeatee ..in b. eW*...**
ALSO- New Dtcheos. Bathrooms tnnlia- I* law ike preferly d.ierlt.l la M.* aevUfkex* ea Oakland Concrete ,
.aMtrteate* will be aald to ;oho bisbm Slider *4 Ik* eewrtkeeM4n
Additions. Repairs Saar .s IW flM N..aoy II IN .aooA M Jaassry. n., whmh NIAN Products l Company '
eta ea" ., J.aso,p. 1041.Daa.i MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

100% FINANCING t.tAL gowlu all. 1.sa RAl Soy 15.6 ...._Mf. 044. .. ..... ...

I :nK fay cinrrrr rornr; or lob ...

Se. Model Home al 805 West Washington SL OAtaibRi By D*..tu annm. Mop, ru/moA Van* tUkt T.- 123 N. Adams Street QUINCY. FLORID'

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SIXTEEN GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY FLORIDA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER S. 1984 _
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College, Macon during the week, days In Jackson, Miss with relative Mrs. J. B. Ball Sr 1* a patient Dr. Arthur F Fojartie rcU. a

W THE The National Outlook I end.Dr. *. In Cad dea County Hospital. of Pelham, Ga., preached .a I
Frank May of Gainesville Miss Suzanne Fletcher, student Mr. and M.... R. D. Woodward morning sermon at the First Pr. y
was here Thursday for the funeral at Stetson University, Deland and Jr. and daughter Sutan spent the byterlan Church
FARM NEVER By UNDERESTIMATE George /tUswdnni ...1 of Mr*. Fount May, Sr. brother Rents Fletcher, who attend weekend In Miami: attending the: Mn. H. C. Mason returned f 'i I
THBPOHEB. when the unemployment rate Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes and LaGrange College. LaGrange hone show In which Susan rode. day from New York City wt!r t
FRONT down around 1 percent as It their ion and daughter In law Ga., spent Thanksgiving Mn. Eileen Wright and ion Tom she pent the holidays w ,ilh. >
t Unnoticed by almost everybody been more recently with unemployment I Mr, and Mrs Douglas Hayes and holiday with their parent, Mr. of Port St. Joe spent the weekend son In law and daughter Mr. 14
except statisticians, a quiet revo- over S percent I son of Tallahassee spent the hoU.I and Mrs Edward M. Fletcher. here with relative Mrs. Terry Porter
BY DOYLE CONNER lotion has been going on Inhi! One contributing factor has,I
COMMISSIONERFLORIDA composition of the American labor been the fact that the sector of
force. The have been
women
our where employment
economy
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAt moving\ In, and at a rate far toiler has been Increasing are those
than the men. which typically hire large num
Since 1947 there has been a net ben of women retail and 65 Coronetnow..a
last the National CommlalloJon
Increase of about S million in wholesale trade and the serviceindusUiew Dodge
of Food Marketing 1* ready!
War Veterans the number of male Job-holders or The predominately
U dart Its work.
ob-seekers. (The labor force 1* male sectors like manufacturing,
After 5-month delay since the
a regarded al Including both those mining and rail transportationhave
group wai authorized by law to Pension LawIs who have a pob and those who are not, on the net been generating
investigate all phases of food distribution looking for one) But the Increase new Jobs.Apparently .
from the farm to the LiberalizedM. In the number of female worker
dinner table, the key post of exe- or would-be worker ha been large number of full-size
: women want to supplement their
Hilive director has been filled 1 big beautyyou
flelcccted for the Important job Is T. Dixon of the Florida Department nearly period. 9 million during the lame family income and they are finding
Dr. George E. Brandow, profess- of Veteran Attain slat- Increasing opportunities. for ,
w of Agricultural economic, ed today that further Information When the \Increase are put In doing so. Either community prejudice
lYittKvlvanla Slate University. has been received on Oils new law percentage term the difference against women working
el-viewcd after his appoint- which liberalize the current penon ., II even more trlldng. The male have declined, or else the women
program for veteran of labor fore ha Increased by 12 Just don't care about them.
Dr. Brandow mid he will
hfi-nl: for a real "fact-finding job" World War I, World War II andIhe percent during the pant 17 )'ean.1 In any case, the striking economic for less than
presi
be.but"no promised witch the hunt.Investigation" will widow Korean and children Conflict, and their while Increased the by female 52 percent labor force could not growth have of the occurred last few without years can own

_Because of he delay In getting It Increases most pension rates The Gradual Trend the contribution of the workingwomen
men lUll outnumber!
started, the new director expects( by approximately even percent By a rough calculation,
TCWIII be at least 18 months be- effective Jan I, 1965, with the women among that part of the If the Increase In the number of
highest rale of pension $100 population which god out to work women In the labor force since
fat the Commission' report is
to $115 per month :for a living. But their lead has 1847 had been only In the lame
completed.- for veteran with the lost in I been from almost cut down three-quarter substantially of the- proportion a* the number of men, the cost of those socalledlow

'M Must reading for anyone seek- come. 1 total right after World War II to the annual national output would
Jug to warn the probable trend of Additionally the pension aid and lees than two-third of It at pre. now be some $50 billion km than
farm policy In Ihe next few years tendance 1 allowance was Increased ent. It II.Could I
Jn the recenly released report of from $70 to $100 monthly: and i The trend toward Increasing we have had the automobile .
The National Agricultural Advisory a new pension allowance of $35 participation by women In the boom of the 1960'1. for example
Commission.;: per month was provided for house- economic world I. not a sudden without the Increasing c0ntribution
"Farm Policy In the bound veterans. of women to family In-
Tilled development of the last two or !
Yean Ahead" It chart a aeries Veterans who are paid the aid three year It hal been going on comes? priced cars
trf proposals concerning major and attendance allowance may :gradually but steadily over the
toues In farm policy In recent( allO be furnished free prescription entire pott-war period.
(wars. Ill recommendation are drugs and medicine. I And then are no clear aJgn
xnarte from a full pale evaluation This law aim provides, Dixon ,that this development ha. by now perjona 1
el agricultural program ,said, additional Income exclusions run ll* course About 80 percentof -
The 24.man Commission I II a and amends the other Income pro- the male over 14 are In the '
'pointed onpartisanfrrom ap visions to exempt ten percent ofall labor force at )present and about Mis Susan Smith, student al I
by all I retirement Income and to exude 40 percent of the females. Pre- Birmingham Southern College, 1If"
melons of the country Amongltsmember all of the pou e'l earned umably there will always be more Birmingham Ala, spent the hoi
are a former governor Income, or $I 20U, whichever li the men working than women al Iday with her parent, Mr. and
rt Florida. Doyle I':. Carlton oTamna. greater. hough wt nay even this with Mrs. Ben F. Smith.
and a onetime national DIxon said that all veteran onVA lesltatlon. But there is no obvious Miss TDUe Smith ha returnedto
fiecreeary of Apiculture, Uiaries pension should be counseled reason to assume that female participation Convene College where she Is i
r, Brannan. All the members by their local Veteran County will top at 40 percent. a student. "It1111111Wt,
fcave records of distinguished leadership Servlve Officer, or by members ReMOM ExploredOne Miss Barbara Ann Morrow, student I sr y
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In some phase of agrlcullift1 of his stuff, located at the three can only peculate on the at FSU spent the weekend r/,
( Florida VA hospital and at hi* causes of this phenomenon. The with her parent Mr. and Mn
"Chairman: of a Commission iub- headquarters office located In the explanation that women have togo Everett Morrow.
Committee which spent several Veterans Administration Regional to work because of rising unemployment Miss Glennda Ktngry, daughterof
month preparing the report for Office, St. Petersburg Beach, FlaITBA among their menfolkloem't Mr. and Mr*. Glenn Klngry of
,I review by the full Commission, Il'l'mlrry convincing The Quincy, was a member of the
was Dr- George Brandow, who (' ('KS ON RAKE Influx I was_just about a* great Homecoming Court at Wesleyan
executive --- --
of
tackle the Job
flow
Robert McNamara, --I
.Secretary of
ilirector for the National Foal TIME TO
WE
HAVE
):arkeUnglnqulry. Defense" laid that the closing of a.
A "Farm In the: the B3 military Installations great Pesos Paint That's right! A brand new'65 Dodge Coronet-loaded with luxury-still costs less than comparable modelsof
:1ho and small will
and the I suppletnenuuy not diminish the Plumbing Fixtures
background paper maybe fighting ability of the armed Complete Line of the low price three Doubt it? Just check the facts and figures then go see your Dodge Boys for your
forces, Over the last four
obtained by postcard request, yean Building Materials
from the Office of Information 574 United Slate military banes e I Alcoa Aluminum Roofing own beautiful Coronet-the hot new Dodge at the new lower price.ii .
frr S. Department of Agriculture, hive been closed around the Galvanised Rooflnr.ft Siding
Washington, D. C, wn MKOr world. The Pents-chlef said theselase llouseware k Gift
I'v heard from time to time ofIOIItI "haveoutllved their usefulness Carey Aspbslt Roofing
unusual blind people, but for military mission" Gold Bond Bheetrork
CIne of tht most unusual I read REMODEL and Gypsum Products DODGE INC.
about in a recent Issue of Super'market Florida Game & Fresh Water BUILD Sporting Goods ft Other Items QUINCY
News. FIlth Commission regulation say Plu Hundred ol ,
r llo'i Roy Tldwell, worker In theproduct the term "gun" refers to shotguns, BELL DODGE
& BATES HARDWARE
department of a San titles, pistols, air guns, gas guns, CO. QUINCY FLORIDA
Antonio, Texts supermarket Hel glow I gum, crossbtfwi, and bowsand IS NORTH MADISON STREET qtllNCI BOYS 916 WEST JEFFERSON STREET

,.. been totally blind line he was __arrows._____ _
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:T.-bU-ll he'i an expcrti at plum -
trading and packaging
Item from potatoes to bean.
lie' accurate, too- ai accurate
at any sighted person according
tv his boss. Inspectorl of the

talon' agree(They Measurei find no fault div

Win his performance ,
Tldwell bal been working In the
land store for II year II* use I
tnndard devices which he ha
adapted to hi* use. When It cornel
to potatoes he can grade dime
MOW pounds a week, putting
them up In 10-pound sacks, tossing
out the poor one, and gelling
enough loose spuds for the produce
bin. 1 j SEMI. ANNUAL
:: lie fills bag of applet, orange I
and grapefruit by hand and seldom I
lets a bad one get by him.
lie can slot, damaged or rotten
I (nilt and vegetable qukker than
a,sighted person because be
aeei" two piece at a time, with
one in each hand, while hit lighted \ :
co-worker look at one at a $ a ,
time
-: li.l. has one more advantage. LOO
lie goes right on with his work .
when the light fall sometimes f f'
tat an hour or tow. 'i

-According to-- nt Issue of AmericaiLModern;

The Packer produce trade publication
the town potato Industry
ha* had to Increase price S3 per
tent because of a shortage of the
TOW material.3The .
; November 1 crop repot LADIES y
stimuli's the total 1964 fall potato -
production 10 per rent below
JOBS and the smallest since 19M.
with output In Central and Weill-
4155 state down 14 and IT per

;cent.This respectively year' consumption of fro-
ten Fren-h fries. I. expected In
tile industry to total ONE BILL.
ION pounds. Rlpld growth of the SALE%
frozen potato Industry I* attrlbulrf SHOE
In part to a sharp Ise In nun
boa of dirve-ln restaurants, heavilyttltronlud
by the teen-age aegtarent -
of our exploding population.

D.Elsenhower .
':.'Former President Dwight
: said that he would
tIT to end bickering among Republican
I party faction U he 1. '
felled to do so. The former Pre- 4 DAYS ONLYTHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAYMONDAY :
Indent made this statement at a
dinner at Columbia University,
but did not give out rather information \
_on_any plans at this' _tune i


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