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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 10, 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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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


VOLUME 64, NO._to QIJLNCV FLORIDA 33351. THURSDAY, I3EQ.MBER 10, 1IHI4 PER COPY TEN CENTS

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r 0... James On County Over Weekend

Qulnry Time iflfih'i Sport 1M44S Writer baskl'l' Centenary Will

ball team opens Its home saris
here tomorrow night against strong Present CantataOn .. ,
.
$ Port St. Joe. Tip off time for the :Extensive Water

ii ircUmlnary JV tilt Is slated for December 13 CORE Offices


7 Coach Donald Myers Tigers are jI j Damage Caused
expected to get the supreme teat Sunday December IS, at 7:SO Are Damaged
p.m. Centenary Mi-thodlrt Church
scheduled to
early u they are jI I
will ,
Blountntown Tueadav: and present The Cantata, "Hoar All Over Area
play here at against the Sharks Friday he Word" by Uoyd Pfautwh By Arsonist I

ountstown% I I. new on the schedule Clayton Logan will conduct with!
alone with Rutherford High Scott Smith at the organ. Client I Houses Are Flooded.
A aeries of small fires In three
aoIoIst111 be Frank Almond,
oC Panama City. Blountstown hal Roads Closed.Trafflc
moms occupied by the Qulncy
last tenor, doctoral student In mimic
back from
alOlllf every< with one their ranks being year boltered at .sU. Mr. Almond 'Is from San chapter of the Conttreas of Racial| Is Re RoutedRain
Diego California and has equality did minor danwge early
by I transfer all. lllr from sung enlr
Alabama. They've already won exteralvely In California and In Tuesday: morning In record hl'C'tlkl volume,

a: t several ball came this eeaMXt time Southeastern United States. A telephone operator called the I acvonipiinled hy generous.es supply

....E_ tfii' .... :;:- '':A. __ ..J.I: 1 Port St. Joe has four starters Other solotits will be: Mlttarcuerite 3:20 Deportment of Public and Safety at of ,lldilnlng and thunder, fell on
: a m Tuesday reported I Gadwlcn
and
squad that Hendrix, and surrounding counties
AWARD WINNERS Th. following members of the Quincy High School Tiger were was back one off of tort their year's best ever, losing Dr. R. R. Klncald soprano bam. The that an anonymous telephone call I In Florida. Georgia and Alabama

presented trophies last Wednesday evening at the 12th annual Quarterback Club only 5 gumes. This season they while Is cordially Invited to at. had been two received earlier by that her the a moment building -- beginning lint Thursday evening<

Banquet at the* Sawano Country Club. Shown from left to right are: Jim Spooner, are big experienced, and favored end. was or thought to be on fire. and total I ending nf IS Inches Saturday morning A

Outstanding Blocker Award; Neal Davis, Oustandlng Back; Joel Embry, Sportsman- to win the Gulf Coast Conerenre -I When firemen arrived they the Qulncy area. was recorded in

Award Winston Chester Most Crown ol which Qulncys Chamber Names found six" small fires, created by
,
hip Improved
; Player; Murraye Sony, Outstanding a member. I IQuirK' MlM. Betty YorkYork Damage to streets ur con.
Tackle; and Lamar Munroe, Outstanding Lineman. Photo by Martin's SludioTrophies )' quintet will only have saner snaked In kerosene burnng itrurtkw old and thor
extingulahed
They were quickly _
two full seasons Starters off lax 'Committee On with. a portable rxtin- Miss Is -y\wf.. bNn pay.
't'ar'l squad Waiter Dover the

Are Presented and Gary Porch. Ralph Sperling highways' ulilwr.Two Ores were In each of three Now Assistant c VrvyrrfflrLstorm:
was a starter only the latter part rooms. Three were on the floor \U' C NNt
of the season, so of six returning I Frank L. Pitt-man, owner of and three were on tnhle* and H.D. Her '\I U\oro overtaxed, filling
ttermen only two saw e great American Oil Cnmpany Agency desks Small damage was done to Agent n la, sanitary sewers and all

deal of duty. Only three players hat been appointed chairman of the floor ant furnishings. One Miss Betty York who will low lying areas with water.
are over six feet In height and two' Moat extenslv In
the highway' committee of tine curtain wan firmed gradual from Florida Slate University damage the
of thce are only 8' 1". Porch I I. City was In the vicinity of
Gadadcn County Chamber of Ctsntnerce The Slate Fir Marshall's d this month will begin North
and Harold
At 8'3" while Sperling by Chamber President firs In Tallahassee was notified work as assistant home oVmnmtra- I2lh Street. Water readied a
Quarterback .
Banquet Ray are T'Probable starters are Gary Mitchell N. Drew, It was anounced Tuesday morning and an Invesll- dim agent In Uadaden County with depth ot approximately four feet,
McCall and today. ator cam over and mallet an Inwstlgiillon. headquarters In Qulnry ct January flooding lour home to'I..k111
Porch renter IJeorge He stated that the 1, di-pth and damaging ten lutiimoibile
Ralph Sperling forward and Roo.ney Selected to serve with Plttman finis were evxlontly done by an Mia* York Is a former 4-It rhib parked :In the vlrlnlty.: Pub
"If a boy wants to be a good Joyner and Walter Dm..rJIIUIrda. were R. H. "Hump"! Strickland raimlat. girl from Orlando. As a 4 II club lie Safety officers erf th* City were

football player or a good student, Tommy HnuldrceHaoldRay president of Strickland Ositrad- The Core offices are \located on mcmher for 9 years ah. won many railed upon to aaalal In removing
he must follow three sales: work Rotary Honors Scouts Conduct ben are log Company, and J. A. Naff, he second floor of a bullillng on Imnors. Site was a delegate to the pslilenli during the early morning

hard, discipline himself and have George Gilbert, Hank Burn manager of Frosty Morn Meat jitli Adams Street' which Is owned National ..11 dub Congress In tours. Coy work crews were kept
confidence In Ms abilities" stated ett Wayne Chester, Cecil Morris Packing Plant both oj Qulncy hy the estate of the late Dr. W. Chicago In HMO and she represented busy In an emleavor to keep ill
Bernie Moore, guest speaker at Two Couniians Court of HonorA and Jimmy Taylor. The highway commlltee will S. Stevens. Florida at the National rains open.

the 12th annual Quarterback dub Co-captains are Walter Dover serve the Chamber on matters No clues as to the Identity of the 4II I lob Conference In Washington New conatnirtlon on Highland

Banquet honoring the QuIncy Tigers For ServiceCounty Court of Honor and George McCall. home concerning' highway location erson or pr"1III0110 started U* [>. C. In 1IIII2. lie was stale. AVPtIII/I. Forest Drive Calhoun
held Mot ell
was for
of 194 last Wednesday evening Admlarian prices construction traffic, right-
usage tires have been uncovered winner In the Girls' Home Kerr Street I Jackson Street and North
at the Sawano Country Club. dsy night at the Scout Hut in games are Sic for students and of.way and other matters, and It nomlcs Award In 1039. in Ml !Stewart Street was extensively

Mr. Moore, who I II the commissioner Commissioner Homer I QuIncy. 15c for adults (Including tax). will function as t Handing committee Hilly! received. ."'111,'" Bank amnged.
Southeastern Conference The opening was The schedule follows: Dec. 8Bloonl the Chamber and will
ot the ceremony of Gulf Conference
tirt.. ot Chattahoochee. and Ccnuv ers' AnorUllon" scholarship.At A low section <( Corry Athletic
conducted ,, there Dee. H- Port
director town and local
and former athletic by Troop 201 and the ; work dearly with slat York
School rsU Mill Is a member Field,
ty Board Member J. C quickly filled and overflowed
Joe here Dec. II- Perry,
vocation St. ,
and coach et Louisiana was given by Wayne : government bodies concerning
"
of the Collegiate\ 411 ('uh.UII .
Johnny union were honored at serous yard to the northeaatn
directed his talk uttram Harold In here Dee. It- Marlanna there; GadauVn Teams Chosen
Stale University, Dudley was ; highways In Ccxinly 1 loW Home Kcwomlcs: Club
the Tuesday the
meeting ot the Quincy vicinity of West Franklin
the people charge of roll call. Dec. 18, 19, 21GlllliIdI'n County
especially to young al1flI' (Hum Women's Aasix'la-
Rotary Club. They were citedfor !Start but did not rise high
attending the Jamboree. Those receiving awards during 'oumament, Havana; Jan. 8- MemorialSets Chlpley' was officially I declaredFoolUll 11'111. Her I.,. majors areeconomics
their many years of service to Thos. : maiRh In enter any of the house
Jan. IPm.
lie emphasized that work, discipline this county. Both men are retiring -the evening were: Neal WeinlienTroop Havana, here; tampion" of the Gulf tame ( edurattim and in Ihal t.......
confidence must be d 203, Tender Foot cola Tech, here; Jan t- Chip- Coast Conference at a meeting
and presented brats di-monatrallnn education
from public office at the end Several k carried over Into later life whether of this month. by Sam Lamar; Steve (Fry: Icy here; Jan. IJ- item. there; Christmas held December I. Miss York will\ work with Mr hard depot were Roiled\ rauamg

the student be a minister physician County Commissioner Tom Maxwell er, Troop 203, 2nd Casa, presented Jan. 15- Port St. Joe, there Jan.; Own Mllllgan of Chlpley waa Mar),". Gregory In a program crt some dunag to the Kite!! Service
or teacher. acted a* master ot ceremon by Dick Sober; Hal Maasey: Jan. UMal'lanna, here; Choir Program named "Football Coach ot the dime Enmnmlot Extension and 'ocnpany: Office and Gndaden lAd
28 Rutherford here Jan. 29- "
"Work, discipline end conndene ies. He gave e brief history of Troop 201, tat Class by Don ; Year. 4 H Cub Work.Weaver. Txit>aet. Chap building Home
breed success In the American the two boards and read the names Went vorUt; Stanley Brooks, Troop Perry here. Th Sanctuary Choir and Junior All conference player selections\ damage was repnrt..d to yards Inthta
Mr. 201 Star by Don Wentworth and Jan. Chattahoochee e, there: Qwtr of the Thomas Memorla I are as follows
,
free enterprise system, ; .
covered
of members who have served la Talks To are* Water e portlinc4
Moor stressed. the past Bob Maasey, Troop 201, Ufe. btaymond Feb. Blountatnwn, here; Feb.e Baptist Church will present the: First team, end*- Lamar Mutt I : IVwth Roberta Street causing:
Feb.
Greenstotstheirs annual ant Christmamule a and Robert Sloan
roe Qulmy
; Hurst program
The Jamboree dinner was opened Following Commissioner Max. Oiatlahonche. here; Feb. II, 15. tacklesBill Matt. some vehicle. to drown out.
Sunday tight, Decembe r Bluuntslnwn; ; Exchange About'Paraguayan
with the Invocation given byGuy weU'1 talk. President Mortimer Merit Badge were awarded by }-Gulf Coast Conference Tournament and Several road end street leading
A. Race followed by a welcome -Bates presented the two distinguished the Scoutmasters to the following 16- Havana, Hat 7.:JO pm. ford Bkmntslown Jimmy Into the city were either underwater
here Feb. Goiilman
extended to the group by officials with attractive boys; Jimmy Horton canoeing Feb; IB Greensboro, The choirs are under the direction Purl St. Joel guard'*." Trip at MIl Mm or another or
here -
Dick Suber, president. electric clock that sported Rotary and woodcarving; Winston (01 ; of Hymn Smith, minister of Jim Maloy, Klounlslown and Jeb- damgeil extensively' by erosion.
Tar coaches players, cheerleaders emblems on top ot each. Patrick, cooking; Morgan Mark here; Feb. 25, 26. 27Group RegionI music, and Mia Bobble Jeter by Webb, Chlpley; center Jew "'''"'1lI1&1 seems to be 19 III Hater from a normally smellbrunch
Introduced Commissioner Hilt spoke briefly ham, animal industry and reading Tournament; rp.I ,ti2 The accompanist for the programwill Patterson. Chlpley; backs- 48 yean behind tit United that '
and were 13State
guests H. It. Reddlck and lowing the presentation, thanking : and Pete Munroe athletics I Tournament, -- be provided by Miss Sandra Howell Montgomery lUnunlaliiwniNeal : States," 1-e.in Weaver' told the Creek north of :::1Icll.J:1CIf :
Dr.
by Subr-r. his fellow Rotarians for so Th Advancement and Attendance Toom&l1lnLFire Skeenes, organist, and Miss AnnQterter Davis, Whey! : Ben Watts, Exchange Cub last Wed highway just
the guest speaker by 3ilpley and Al Calhey, Port Ht malay the Jl'lf.Uou.*.. 11':0':;
the evening "Player honoring him and Mr. Hlmon and Award was presented to pianistTh et north of Light Plant.Qulnry .
Awards"During were presented. Winston; calling attention to the fact that Troop 201 and the closing! ceremony Damages program' will eomhm the JOfI.IIcImId ..roleDulls Weaver, who la manager <* the Creek overflowed east ol
Chester received "Mart ImprovedPlayer the QuIncy Rotary dub was in wa conducted by Troop customary carols at Christmas team, < John Cuetl- Talrniln 1Jcoc1r10 Cooperative" hal town covering the Haven HJgh'*
Award" presented by Bill 1lJ'Umftlta11n organizing the Chat- 203. and contemporary anthems. Boned IJArre, alley and just returned from a 4-week mll *- way on the eastern end ol the

SmIth In behalf ot FryerSmithMotor tahooo tee Rotary dub ot which Century Old the anthem! on the programwiB "lee, Chlpley; tackler Jim Spooner. .- 11111In l Paraguay a* a repreeenlattve ridge. This creek also! overflow
Co Lamar Monroe received be Is a member. Fire be: "I Wonder A* I Wander,". Quincy/ and Jerry HuKhefl.Chlpley nf the Federal. Government' ed the Solomon Dairy Road A
: KIH*
"Outstanding LnenWIAward" Small engravings on each dock Destroys Appalachian Carol by Jacob Miles; I ; guardUuyto Zlnvmerman. Agency fur 1nll'maUef1a1lJ1ov."..- 1 iiw are M U. S. to west of Qirtn

presented by Sam B. MeMlllan bore the following legends respectively House FridayA Angels From the Realms ol hand, Qulncy and Charles mentIntnxhired c y was also flooded, covering a
Joe center
Butler Home Port St. ; by 3. Kuryt Hlgdun.want ,
"'hell ..
James D. Cram W..tI Nine
for Joe Wedeles. Inc.! Neal : Cks-y)', by ; \llanney. end Jerry ( Fag
"Outstanding BackAward" "To Homer B. Hlrt 20 Years 127 year oM two itory brick Child Is This" by Wc-hard Clayton Qulncy ,,. chairman, Weaver ai." -
Davis received! Fir of undetermined origin destroyed wa"1 rr1ah, Port St. Joe; UksKmhry -
of hi ut Paraguaylualrallng
Farm Impression
HowardThomas Hitlngulnhed Service Gadsden house on the Krausland er; "Wall Carol" by .
of presented Manning Taylor by Chevrolet County Board of County Commls- : the home of Robert But was damaged by fire last FrIdAy. Young; "Jems Christ U Joel! : Qulnry: lien Una his talk with vivid Key Club Sells

received sinners 144-1964 er. Negro Wednesday morning The blaze Is thought to have been .Day" by Jaixnielln MiNalr: "In 1.111, Chlpley' : lIub Craig Put tIM color allele mad* on the trip.
Co.; Jim Spooner A truck from the Quincy Fire Department and Larry Wood. Chlpley.Honorahle that the I hat ofAenstkwn Christmas Trees
"Outstanding Blocker Award" presented ''To John C Hlnson 16 Years darted by lightning striking a The Highest Glory, and "Today tackle: -- II Ie brought out
Service Gad den was sent to the scene line \Igniting combustM of Pea.- Is Born" by fiienlti: mad products wa a
Wilson's Distinguished : telephone The Prim
by Ned received Hlnson of"Outstand; aunty Board Public Instruction but arrived too late to save the material on a desk where 1 Carl Mueller and W a contemporary Nornm "Koll ium Lee Port 81. Joe, great surprise scat also that 0IItC"ri The Quincy High Srho.il Key
Murraye SHy 048-1M4." st idles. Outlying buildings were the telephone was located. style. guardsRoger Bluuntslawn Kt wan a* the Jim t (nub *nntau..* that It M Hilling
ing Tackle Award" presented by :saved, however. and Hugh Thompson, p,6*"*' Mm would 1 supply power ChrtabiM tree
Mr. Hlrt and Mr. Hlnson were The Qulncy bite Department ennrhid
Ftoe Choir will
of Sykes' The Junior
Watson Sykes received"Sportsmanship accompanied by their wives. Other The house was located In the vet a truck to the iren* and "Kelly's lack*- Konrt Muntford 1I1<1III11t- free the wtlre oainlry ol IVe- Th tree may be blight el
Joel Embry the by singing
Foods; and program town Dale Uoklen, Ithuntstuwi Taykir'i end Iliaue on W... King
Award'* per.ent- guests especially Invited' for'Gee settlement Just east ot the was urcewful in confining the Csnl." by Falrdolh and "The ; IU"""
Sober to behalf{ of the the meeting were Fred Shelter. oyeeland Road four miles south bias to the area In which It iLord'1 Prayer" byBloodmobile Csmlllert. and James tUrne, Chlpley. About tOO Japanese families treet tram S pm. to 8 p,m. Or
ed by Dick Club.Tiger of Havana Murray Spooner, ol ,of Qulncy. itarted A six foot square hole are allowed to (migrate" to Para.jy floor toe tree may be taken by ell

Quarterback members nominated for Greensboro. and E. P. Woodward ,was burned In the floor and the Decrlld ''. each year. h* staled. Key Club members.Trees .
of QuIncy, Jlll'lllberlsrrvlna oh the link and a nearby door were At These rdlseem to Improve will ..l1tIIIln helgnfh from
Bend Teem were Rollins Returns
the All Big and Board ot County Cnnuniaakiners 'destroyed. Smoke and heat caused their ff1J1Itltkllwbrfoo.** the 6 feet to 12 feet anti In price from
Neal Davis Lamar Munroe with Mr. lOrt and Mr. Maxwell; further damage. Health Center WCNH Manager natives' mrallilon do nut Inv 310 to U 00 'J'hHe tree will

Jim Tiger Spoooer.member en the Gulf Co W. Harbin. Jr, ot Qulnry. and From MoroccoHenry I John W. Powell\, superintendent Coy Deal beta been named m* prow," h* a'kM.Subor he better I I. form asset condition
han mid
lhfe
Team are: Julian C Davis of Chattahoocheetchnol on the farm which owned by the .. WCNH, In prevlnt years.
ot
Coast All Conference W. Rollins. Jr, sun ot Tohacoo Corp., On December 16 new station manager The mosey trim the sale nf theeree
board members servingMth American Sumatra
end. and Neal W 1 Dmiwn, and owner Listed
Monroe prutrVnt ,
Lamar Mr. and Mr* H. W. Rollins has will go Into I cholamhlp
Davis back. first team. On the Mr. Nitwit; Max Walker Jet returned from Morocco was not at home when the fire The Red Crass Blood\ Unit win announced today. He replarei Mewl flee awn senior boy,

second team are: Charlie La upertnterdcnt ui schools: Edwin North Africa where he served as started lie arrived' shortly after be at the Cadadrn County lelth Dave Drew who will assume new 'Satisfactory'I "A goal of iihr.* .been set
Barre, end Doyle Forehand Baur. clerk of the circuit court. I Peace Corps Volunteer. It was detected and after being duties" as manager of WJUE, heel I Inc this fund and only It help
Department, Wednesday, December you
for the Ore department
Alton M. Towhee, attorney unable to reach
center and ..
: .
Hannt .Ie.
of R ile "
) Hulier
Clayton WUhur >
guard George I II. will Ih he
; in Moor g"l met a memberof
ot Commlaskntn. During M two years ot three telephone 11, from 12 10 to I 20..
Board on : :
tackle and Joel the County any The Rig IVnd Rrmdcaillni "..
Jim Spooner ; worked and Qulncy I\a listed. 'le .11.1114'I I tan Key Club said.
h I
board members ell as a eurveyor the hurried< to a maintenance :
school farm
Embry. fullback. Other on W. Bradley Munroe Bnnd Program Corporal I) owns WCMI, WIWCBennettsvtll ..",." cnmttlkm at the tia>fad*>n
New officers for the coming serving with Mr. Rivals who were raftsman.He shop and relayed th message. Chairman, says 'This Is *, I. C, and has applied Gamy lli.pttal after rereivtiig
year Installed by Suber wereBil Invited but unable to attend were sum up his experience In tar bualeet Urn of the year ".1 to the FCC to purchase.WJOE. rainsylsn3urW In t twcHwnk leJKWn Saddle ClubWinners

SmIth, president; Dr. lUllardReaVfick. Edward Fletcher, of Greensboro the Peace (Corps as "worthwhileand Fir Chief V W McTNwnttmatMl most nib but the giving at. :. last Friday evening on

vice prelidrnt: Ken and C V. Butler, ot llavana, both Invaluable. damage at appro* Mood that other may live can 1:1: Deal, who I* a native Kortk the High Hridge Road l\t mllrs Named

Markham treasurer; Jack Me., ol whom were out of town. mainly tl.OOO. the moat satlafytnf gift and Carolinian, I* a gradual of VJn east of (Juan y.

Milfan I< Jr. and Joe Baur were AT THE THEATREAt those who take the time end ttwgan< Twlnlral iMlllute M Patrol said Suher wu I In tikuMiitnwn'l Drat

elected M new directors to the TEC Members Sets MeetingThe the Leaf Theatre today. Friday trouble: te:1: Memphis TaM FJklna Radio ttetrpltog to pa* e rmn-onitwl I bone stew but weekend.Three .
and Saturday will be lleln! this time Jcense kIM, Atlanta. lie was vehicle when hU IM4 CtievrnMrurk memher winning rtbbnne

Louis Dooner won the SB.-- lave[ Received P.T.A. County Council will, Beach. Ala featured on Saturday Christinas aeasisi with a warm tnrnwfly general maMger otWKJII vkkVlMl ikleway ... !hit'wen: Tunnel "-'- II H. mil

trip for tour to the meet at 10:00: a.m. M KTC-s Day Sugar Bowl, I. at St Paul's Episcopal Church., Nam." featured on Stoiday and I the best gift of le inserted und he and rtdrug car driven by John I Barrel Weave- Albert AC

Game In New Orteen Refund Checks This to a very important meet Monday will be "IlIa'''' Us Sahara. Person wWdnf to donate, Mrs. Deal: alms from North :;",1Prw.! ot Qulm7.Damarr 'rum, 2nd place;."" "" a4th
at the JamboreewrVViihn InC. being the first et the year.1 ." Playing OB Tuesday and bland may go to the Cadsden ,. .. Mldin Tammy M bah cars amnunMM lilt place and ,I. IIIUpillow.

Manrha athletic:: The Takfuln Electric Cooperative. All ofOren and member at the Wednesday will be The Evil all Owity llrahh Department during 1, and Joy Leigh 4. They ....JDU and ne charge were I .
dIeclor .t llortda State Voters Inc. made Hi Beand genera County Schools ere urged to attend. YndeoIrln." the specUVnt hmra.CostUUrry I an _Bvm M Sumet Aetna. mad CbiverW RareUrry Mnil
tty. and Rod Shaw. FAU. business patronage refwtd. The fin* refund llendnrvm wa treated at Ih* Mss 4lh plan; II. II Hill. Ith

trural"'. was made la December, 1M1 Refund ..11J hmMlal for mtnnr cut sail bruises !plare.( Flag Rat_ Albert Ager
4ih Arras Rare- ILL
Sell. plare;
aunt released.
are approved by the Cooperative GIRL SCOUTS PLAN
A Costly MTtdmt which amuunted IDU 4ih plare; Penrmal itch.ep.
Hear Board of Director when
To .
.
PTA .
If.C Mill. 2nd place end
CAROLING PROGRAMA to appeoalmalety fl.OUO and
the financial conditioD et the Cooperative ; .
indicate that en* mbe program ef ChrMma carol wrested Infflc Ihrowrh Cretnanrumd Urry Miltii, 8)h plane.71r
Glee Clubs Hub I* planning a New
i mad*. will b* presented by the Brownies Saturday evening elM Year1 Fee U_. All drtalla will
w\I1 therude Rrfund check* were mailed to and Junta Ctrl Smuts tram 1 s wi U n. to.
A Christnvtspreme4by prncnm I be anmunced later.
.,.. /irYftIdI! L G 2.W people M the Inur eeunty to *SO Friday after ass. December A nr driven by Arthur Shn at4 -
laryScho<*ICteeOubit area served by tie Cooperative II oa the Conrtkaaweps. lot Germans and a tnirktrsller'oerrstod
Drm
end by Billy: Crimea at lUa- DONN JAMES
PT.A. meeting beJImInIat wtech Includes Cadaden. Leon, .. .
. the Qulnry |lash wore tr* wlin east an u. I
and WskntU O6asub.
Liberty NAMED OFFICER
evening.IS
T:JO Tuesday The girls wD k* esstalfd Vy wand .
Only Owe* mtmber who bad *ottve ,M. The fhepwe4 whleie wa* .!
December ta the erta Cadettea Senior Girl Scout pent J.me* lieu .fern appdnld
ilemptlnr to make e Ml tun eUU
DM wtD receive
accounts ta
and Bi will k interhe Art nt the Star Junior
-m- program ( 1. M when peahens
l b de a dw k. The amort ol eat the trnrk.lrsUeeahnrwa.d
meseage direction el It... Frances Bane Bwaethall Dent-ram.
A ibrrtedby MWW
ke the Ml
Mde el in*
check to direct proportiai
was
> the Rfov. TImottI1DIn' junbert. This I r *p ria! program for
the member :a turned over and tame to ml ,
I'I IadPIpNIQIurl'L the anion[ paid by
ci the NeW hoy wMrh consists rrf e statexirruunml
.
lor electric eenrtc that year because "i f>ihnf arm** the highway.
bas Theplayers
eel Frbruary
lYetiryterlaa Christmas Pagtan.
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precede A tat the pI"III'UIIoMIDGET eentage et the revenue. The Jarf Planned For Doc 13 f the trurMreilcr. He Injuries I.over 8 feet partlrlpatlng 8 inrhei to saw Unf

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COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1M4 PAGE TRW
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It'S lOR BOYS B", KF.TIUU.I I I
RECREATION Gentry Is New
Our Junior Boys Basketball Program

NEWS and 8 for will youngsters be organized In grades after the,< RESOLUTION Editor For All- Shopping at JITNEY is as


Christmas Tryouts will holidays.be held on Tuesday WHEREFORE that while we mourn the untimely I, Fla. Magazine

Bj Bonn Junes Jan. S, 1 p.m. at the Nations passing on October 18. AJX 1964 of George H. Smith. 1 1 1 1 .:
Guard Armory. Member of this Council and former Town Manager of I

TTRMXO FOOTBALL W OF MIDGET Game will be played M Tuesday this Town, his sunny disposition and the memory of :All-Ralph Florsla Sanders Magazine, publisher this 'II'Pt'k of

I'MFORMSPlease and Thursdays throughout the his boundless energy will remain with ui all: announced the appointment 01I
turn In your Midget Football month of January and February William S. Gentry as manatfi
uniform that we must haw Teams will be coached bj RESOLVED, that we are grateful for hU servicesto I editor of the John H. Perry Su- r
for inventory purposes no laic adults. Anyone Interested li this Council cs a Councilman from March A.D. 1948to day supplement magazine
than December 19. coaching a Junior Boys team I
please call the recreation depart February A.D. 1958 and again from NovemberAD. I Gentry was managing editor k 01 CENTER CUT PORKCHOPS
Launder and place uniform In
i k I the Evansville lind.I Sund
bait Identified with adhesive ment. 1961 to the date of his death and as Town Manager
paper
tape or your name on the outside from February A. D. 1958 to June 1960: and that Courier for and the Press same and tn8i71nt'Mltor Prlilr
paper
and bring by the Quincy Recrea. PER This KEK basketball BASKETBALL for this Council will sorely miss his devoted and unselfish to that he was with the Darn
program 49
ton Department on second floor 5th and Hh graders will be or community services; Times for 20 years. He starti! lb.
Hall. tn
at Qty Thanking you .
Christmas hoi in the newspaper business Wtr\
advance for your punctuality, Idays ganlted with after games the being played or NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED that this ita, Kan., after attending the UIvenlty -
Donn James director. either Friday afternoon or Saturday resolution be spread upon the Minutes of the Town of Wichita. ,'
MEM'S BASKETBALL mornings. Council of the Town of Greensboro, Florida as a tokenof Gentry and his wile Betty haw FRESH TENDER PORKSTEAI
moved to Ocala and are living i sill
Our Men's Recreational Bas. Teams will be 9 organized at the National M. appreciation and of respect to the memory of our : NE 21st Ave They have two tlb.
ketball League will open their sea Saturday Guard, January Armory. departed Member; and that a copy of this Resolutionbe sons: Tom IT, at Ocala llilrtl !
ton the first Thursday in Januar;' forwarded to the members of his family. !School and Peter. 21, at I'URiIlt'VnI'l'raity ( 39c'
which Is the 7th. .
The league will have four tt'ft1lUlplavlnR ADOPTED this 7th day of December, A.D. 1964<<,
a twelve game schedule at Greensboro Florida, In regular session assembled.W. !

on Guard Thursday Armorv.nights at the Natlona AROUND E. Willis, ChairmanW. : ) t U. S. GOOD CHUCK U S. GOOD BRISKET
r
Squads will be limited to 12! R. Rowan tI'JOlln [3
players. All men Interested h Marvin TolarHenchell
The STEAKS ib.49c 4 slooEARLY
STEW
playing basketball please contact Green Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Strauer, k
the recreation department at Qty SQUARE had as weekend guests IIM'lr
hail 627-7881. APPROVED: lighter Sherry of Jacksonville'
Dr subs Mr. and Mrs. Williams and M RISER SMOKEDSAUSAGE
Murray Spooner FLA. GRADE "A"
WOMEN'S BISKETBU.L MId Mrs. P. Thompson of Albany
All women Interested In playing: I Mayor o 3a.
basketball this season please contact -,' Ij ATTEST: Mrs. PufnM Williams and 3 B? 99c
the recreation department Sf j Edward H. Fletcher ,touchier! Kathcrine, haw I'I'tuml'dfrom Q HSS
Interest will be known. theipent
I Town Clerkplal't [ Roekvllle, Md where ;
If enough Interest II shown one Everyone' is getting the Christ. several weeks with Mr
team will be organized and entered mas spirit. The downtown streets iVllllams' son In law and dauchtr '
In the Tallahassee Women'i are decorated!, yuletide window Mr.. and Mrs. Robert McKenn I
Basketball League.SEPTIC I displays are completed the else that evening and cer and family. 3to5Lbs.R .
churches are beginning! to have Social Security
tasty enjoyed ourselves. It was Chris: nodcnhaugh left Sunda;
their Christmas plays and pro-the Talquln Electric barbecue al or Travis Air Fore Base, Cslll
grams. the American Legion Hume InformationYour liter spending several weeks wit lb. 19c
TANK I And wasn't the rain somethinglast the food was delicious and the ill parents Mr and Mrs. CsiVdcnbaugh
Friday Understand some program excellent. social security office hal : and ,grandparents, Mr
SERVICEVACUUM people had to detour through Sawdust Albert Dixon came by Monday good advice for students and otlven met Mrs. C. C. Yates.
their home Lake who plan to work during thr
to get to on and said "Whatcha got helI Edwin Baur has returned from
I
Talquln. Our front yard looked Christmas Hcf idaya. Orlando where he attended u a
new registration booth? Thecreative FRESH TENDER BEEF
like Lake Talquln most of the day. ones In the office huffl'd."That' With the holidays approaching It (;rtaunty Finance meeting. IIwives '
Mabel and Lewi Gregory said Is good Idea to for Rt'tialllincatiOllCmlmUIP
part of our Chrtstmai a apply your M the
J they went down to St. George Island decorations." "Oh I beg your social\ security number now so !',
last weekend and really\ pardon" said Albert. you' will have It when you start I T. M. Curable vice president rrI LIVERLIMIT 1 SC
caught the fish.Was to work. One of the first things he State Board of Health has n lb.
I In Belk'i the other day It was nice to ace Marian John. I'IIl'rtoRim. t.
your boas will ask Is to see your termed from San Juan.
and had to to the second floor. son the other day In front rf the JrIM'IIt:
go social\ security card. lie will need where he went as a
Anyway wonder why Dempneyitoesn't ', post office. She was surprised I that number so that he ran report of the Department of lleatlh, Com 5 Lbs. PLEASE
put. a chair on that halfway knew her -said everyone though your earnings to your social security nonweallh of Puerto Rico
'landing so some of us' he was Betty that's her sis Jr Is liItlanta
CLEANED account. Mrs W. M. Robinson
;;breath? ter. FRESH DELICIOUS PORKPICNICS
could catch The application for a aortal\ security having left during th
REPAIREDI I Understand Edwin Banr's office) Eva Gardner called me a few account number ran be .wkend.Mrs. .
Ms electric erasers. Will have to minutes ago and said the Cadettel Ceorw Smltherman and
obtained from kcal social
I wander over and look at them. and Junior Girl Scouts are going security office or your post office neither ?I.... Dan McPherson haw .
I 627-8403 I Didn't know such things existed to cared again this year on the 'chimed from a month's visit will lb. 29t
..
and for
Be
Amazinr.I Courthouse steps. That's Friday' smart apply your Am. .Bmltherman's son In law an.
627-6866 I Fred Jones brought me a most from S to 5:30: on December 18. social\ security number now. laughter, U. and Mrs. Pa"
Nights interesting terser It seems this She laid this Is the third year the : representative from this of hoes and children In Ilnwal
n will be at the Courthouse In DELICIOUS BAR-B.QUE GEORGIAFRYERS
Wyatt Blassingame of Anna Marias girls have pl't'Rt'lltPd11' a pro- ind they also visited In San Fran
QUINCYVAULT writing an article for the travel cram and they are practicing real Quincy; every Monday of each iwo with Mrs. McPhcrson's son,
New York Times month from 0:30: a.m. to 12 noon,
action of the hard. Jiarles! D. McPherson and family
CO. shout oddly named towns In Flor- I Pausing thought Wonder If to assist persons In tiling a claim Mrs. II. II. Mallard has I'I'lum'Pel
Ida so naturally he wanted to people appreciate our school band or wanting other Information concerning from a visit In Mascolte with WHOLE89CEACH
VAULTS MONUMENTS know all about Sawdust. social security matters.Don't
I enough The young people practice rlends.. :
Understand the Sadie Hawkins I all year long, march In parades train dog to hunlIIIrkl''l Mrs. Pot Munme. who hat .beet
MAINLINE DRIVE your
Dance was a real swinger. Wishsi appear on programs. Theywould regulations of the telling her son In law and diiuifhIT
QUINCY I I had stopped by to see some of appreciate a few trophies Game and ai Fresh Water Fish Commission Mr. and Mrs. Randnlplhrower
he costumes. We went some I and more recognition.Now prohibit hunting turkeys In Atlanta for two w..klIrrlVPlf
pay attention, you hus with hone Tuesday aeeomnled PRODUCE -
a
dugs .
bands. Martha of Merrill's hassome by Mrs. Thrower, who reused

A TEXAS OIL COMPANY WANTS MAN beautiful mink stoles for In Atlanta Miiy Tsllnhaie I
Garrat nillrh of
milady's Christmas slocking. I bliss week u.s. No. 1 IRISH
the
visited here during
OVER 40 FOR QUINCY AREAWe I We are going on a very Aulnim nice 1 READY MIXCONCRETE nil with relatives.Mrs. .
week to
trip next up
Alabama to see our daughter and 19 R. Munroe will leavi. -

n*.d a good man OYST 40 who can make short ,son-tn-law,graduate, Sally and from Kenny Auburn Richardson Un- Sunday Mrs. M.for N.Atlanta Drew's for mother a few days Mrs K., C : POTATOES qb 39c

auto trips for about a week at a ttm. W. are willing Iverslty, All of ua have been r M. Young of and rascagmila aunt Mrs., Miss R. ; LIMIT ONE PLEASE
this for ulllsler
looking forward to day a brie with them.Mrs. .
to pay top.arnlnaf. king long time. We are very spent Mnwlny. Marcus Shelter spent thP RED DELICIOUS
proud d them. with Mr. and
CONCRETEBLOCK waked In Atlanta
for this week
Well bye-bye
$16,500 In a Year Plus NEW CARas I M.... J. Lewis Bell.
a Come back to see me. Fin
the
I a BonusOur ,In P.Tallahassee S. Noticed has the ANOTHER SAIL lion "reshyterian Senior' Young Church People. this who of weeker are at. APPLES 4 A 29c

coat of paint this time he looks noting Fall Rally
Mia Msrtni1y "
at Panama City are
like Santa Claus.
top men In oth.r parts of country draw exceptional ; president' Miss Temple
Banked Pan
KIIJWX A\D NATO I tulle Mba Kay SPEARMAN
earnings up to $18,500 In a y.ea. This opening In lit I Prime Minister Harold WII..nIJIIII'an I Oakland Concrete Sowins, Martha !*. Smith SUM BII
Bowling
Quincy area U worth lust at much to the right marsE. blow to the to 'have proposed dealt mixed a severe nu-,I' Product Company I Cmd tartwsM.andlJew Douglas Gmtory.Klngry, JaM Mrs.ilrnn ,

(lear fleet of the North Atlantic ADen BosUck m4 ssM BEER 6 69c
A. Dtcktrson.! Pres. Southwestern Petroleum Corp.. treaty Organization the proJt'w't.11.by declaring-'I John Thomson ryant Klngry will accompany and Mrs.them.v Alvah. CAR ON Plus Dtpoill

534 No. Main St. Fort Worth 1, Texas. It Britain mn said opposes that he believe "a Ph.... MAss MOM
ed manned surface fleet ml".J I wi-iMce till>
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seething! to_Western_strength.:_.' hlllh Temple sc'honl Coy students 01Tww\, airused of LARD CANS ONLY 79cEACIIPURE

Wiring I a burglary gang told
Mire they got the l tikes trims the
,levlslon\ aeries. "The Rogues.
The hnys ranging In ag. from 14
to 17. admitted 21 burglaries
wt filch petted about 13,900 In nvsvr.
Jewelry. cameras and lelevVm

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PARK FOUR _GAD !DEN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY, FLORIDA,-.THURSDAY, DECEMBER tO, t984

NOT OF FRENCH VINTAGE- gifts that Increase in value year I ceiving post office when address.
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand after year and become living lea are hard to read. During this
continuing / IThe.National Outlook I memorial of your thoughtful!***. d.... of year, the faster mall I*
THE aUTTAHOOCHEE: TRIBUNE And there It: Mother advantage I processed the better chance It.
to Gift Certificate redeemable has to make connection with outgoing
s
Published each Thursday at 15 S. Madison StreetA b? Graft H.RwiorsTHE I at s nursery you can let the I i train, plane and tiuc Is<.
John H. Perry Niutpaptr BIGHT TO OUT I mosphere that enoauragei the new; who receive Itplants select Jusl Postmaster Cox also recommends
ESTABLISHED IWl In our private enterprise system investment essential to economic I IIfOWth. person the plant or preferred : that all parcel be
wrap
Quincy, Florida cnnnmlc growth depends ob- themselves. In that way you securely, packed tightly
I .
'ab Q vtou the freedom of Individual
ly on
mt OHM foaag Paid at Quf.<7. Flotilla Imply can't help making s hit the address be Included Inside
One Year $3.00 Two Yean $5.50 Six Month J1.78 ?;,,Y N l feotiu new and enterprise corporation and to ex establish Growing PresentIs with your gift because every gardener the package u well u on delivery the
know of something he or outside. his help assure
J. L Hutchlnson _. PlAbll.h4f'Mra. pand old one*. It depend Just ai the would like to have.Posimasier even If the outer wrapping
Either Sober .. """... E< tor truly, but perhapt not to obviou- [ Welcomed come loose. The postmaster
icon Carman .......__ ivtrtiring and NtwiNATIONAt ly, on the freedom to go out of! point out that "because ZIP Coda
business when the owner decide Gift for SomeDo on parcel usually mean a man
that it U the belt thing to do. Says direct Taunting and less handlings
vtpRlD, The reason li that every bua- Do have li drastic-!
you someone the chance of damage
EDITORIAL '4pacravr mess operation Involve risk, and list who .on.e:1 Yule Mail Will ly reduced."
W'4-- few would be to undertake
"7' ready thing" A special someone to Finally Postmaster Cox says
IA c8T1tN such risks In the knowledge that I whom you'd like to give something that the use of the new Christma
y byt they might forever be denied the special: Then why not make it Hit Record HighPostmaster tamps help brighten up cove'lopes
O Cc41iON opportunity of calling it a day and a growing gift a gift that lasts and package
cutting their losses. You might I long after the holidays to remind James Cox report There art 20 employee I
be willing to walk down a path day
and In tics >
If weren't absolutely folk of your thoughtfulness that the Post Office Department ll working night Quincy
even you I' Everyone can UM a new plant that the Poet Office to assort you a
confidently predicting
sure where it was leading but be it a tree, shrub, flowering this Merry Christmas. By following.
volume of mall during year'i
The Ninely-Fivo Bases not that if you could were never told turn In advance back. plant, berried plant, an orchid, or Christmas rush will hit a record Postmaster Chute, advice, you can
you I whatever think they would and to a more
you high. "Actually," he says, "It'i help them yourself
Long Controversy prefer. Or better Mil, you might because mall relaxed, happier holiday.
The decision of the Pesldent to allow Us! Secretary Yet there have boon attempts I even get a Gift Certificate for a an volume easy has prediction been riling at t rate
of Defense to close ninety-five military Installation is a on the part of federal regulatory I foundation planting a planter box, of nearly three per cent a year HOI8E RILES BTVDIED
bodies limit the right to One of the mart attractive Democrat art
to or deny or a patlol and thin Some top-level
several
sound and which should be for the past year
one one applauded by most
go out of buslneu or to Impose I way of giving something is most strongly reflected around counseling colleague to proceedwith
Americans. = penalties that make business such a* a large holly tree li to the holiday season." caution In any major changes
It 1s a well-known fact that it is difficult to close a termination an Ineffective way of 'get a miniature tree, with the pot Well over twelve billion piecesof In the House rule when the new
l'IIttlnllOS8l"l. One instance ii the decorated then! tie the Gift Certificate mall Congress meets In January. Democrats
military installation. When such action ii proposed, because QUINCYCALENDAR and outgoing
controversy between the National on It. Then you have expect thesystem outnumber Republican 295
a base is no longer needed, the suggestion always Labor Relation Board and the something on the tree (or under are during to December move through-I with to 140 and there I* some concern -
brings sharp protests from the Senators and the Congressman Darlington Manufacturing Company the tree, and the promise of thearge about ten percent of the )'1'.,'. It may become "a runawayHouse"
OF EVENTSA after the
be notdesired
tree to planted
and legislation
affected. More often than is good for the national mall moving In lew than three pall
Darlington was a manufacturerof holidays when the person to whom I by the Administration.
economy (and the taxpayers' pocketbooks) the decision Community Service by the textile which, alter a series It was given baa time to decideon weeks.The Qulncy postmaster reports --..
1s made to allow the Installation to stay open as a of dlfflcultlei, went out of bus- a location! I that public cooperation I II
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627-8518 bees and liquidated all its auctin Everyone love plants! says reason that poll I Insurance Center
to Important
interests.
gesture pacify political one
1998 One of the factors although President R. E. "Ed" Brown of
This situation can no longer be tolerated when the December 10- only one In the decision of the Florida Nurserymen and office around the country areable I 1121 West Jefferson
mountain
Thursday, Canning Center, 8.5; Florida to handle this huge
Graven Association. U liven
defense budget Is eating up over fifty per cent of the State the stockholder to liquidate was they of mall In aunt a abort period. I
Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert SL the fact that the Textile Worker a mall apartment, then selecta
the'
total available to the than "Without' the assistance of
revenue Treasury more
good foliage plant or a dish THOMAS
Union had won t repreientallon PAT
fifty billions of dollars. Friday, December 11- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al- election In the lame yearThe garden that will provide Interest, 'public I we'd to In and a jam.get Peoplewho their I

There Is little doubt that the squawks and squealswill anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; union had made promises to the or a Dowering plant to add color. card shop and parcels early Into the malls I INSURANCE. INC.
demand that U love to garden, the elecloni -
be long and loud, in this case, but there U little Pilot Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter employee would have Involving been very costly to they are unlimited. Each nursery* early make it possible for the

doubt that ninety-five bases are no longer needed. In 9 12 noon, Post Office; Canning Center, the company. has new and unusual plant available holiday mall to what to delivered it would be on

fact, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara says the 85.Saturday After a long process of hearngi and perhaps can recommend like time.It we Imagine were to get all the holiday i
Labor Relation something friend would like
will the almost half billion dollarsa the National your mail In the last week before .
closings save nation a I
December 12- Christmas Dance sponsored by Board decided that Darlington was line plant fancier usually Christmas?"
and eliminate some 63,000 Jobs. of unfair labor practice like to visit nurserymen to leewhat'
year unnecessary Junior Woman's Club, 9 p.m., Armory guilty an In addition to early mailing, the,
One wishes the unneeded Job holders in other segments In closing down Hi plant. The newlGardenera postmaster has several other lugicstloni -

of the national bureaucracy could also be eliminat. Monday, December 14- Kiwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson on Board another then corporation imposed the, Denting penalty also sprayers love gardeninggadgets duller, which will help the hardworking On Stop Means

ed. Certainly this is an unusual step the elimination House; Social Security Representative, 8:30 a.m., Milliken, Inc., which was part sprinklers, and the like. And, this avalanche postal of employee mail. First move, herecommend Complete Service
of 63,000 Jobs and the saving of half a billion dollars Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30p.m. owner and sales representative for laugh If you must but some gardonors using ZIP Code

annually, and most Americans heartily applaud the ., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First certain Darlington.other Doenng corporation MilUken and for or some would new love Insecticide some! ,fertilizer or even which help handle the malls faster; : DIAL 627-7151

President's action and his courage in ordering the move. Presbyterian Church. which It was also laid agent were some bates of peat moss or mulch! j because distribution of a new set-up.transportationand ZIP Code'i QUINCY
held liable for paying wages or However, one of the moot Interesting
Tuesday, December 15- Life Underwriters, 12 noon, providing jobs for the displaced gifts I can ever recall being aim helps clerks to Identify re
A Confused SamaritanThe Kittrell's Restaurant; Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary employees from the time of Dar- given to a wife by her husband
Club, 1 Jefferson House Lions Club 7 Ington'i termination. Although was a large pair of "worm humus"peat FOR -
,
p.m. ; p.m. which has been digested by
lot of a Good Samaritan Is not always a happyone. this group had itockholderi in (
Kittrell's Restaurant; Saddle Club, 8 p.m., Auction common with Darlington, It also arthworms She was literally
Market had stockholders who did not own thrilled to death about the gift, but FUEL OIL
Witness, for Instance, the case of a District of Columbia shares In the liquidated company. the man who delivered It and took

man who tried to lend a helping hand in a Wednesday, December 16Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Drrlsloa Awaited the card was really "all shook
"
Gardener lovely folk i
midnight auto crash In front of his home. Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Xittrell's Restaurant; The Board' decision WIll overruled up.and they are really art wrapped up HOME DELIVERY

Seems a hit-and-run driver had struck a car occupied Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Gadsden by the U. S. Court of Ap. In their work so anything that ; I ;
peal which decided that Darlington -
by two youn, women. Shaken up, they asked him County Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden County had an absolute right to go I. an addition welcomed.to their gardening : CALL 627-8888

to phone police and report the wreck. He agreed. Hospital Marine Recruiter, 9 12, Post Office out of business and that the NLRB II truly Incidentally plants and gar- r e In Quincy
That's where the complication started The officer could not Impose damage against den accessories are excellent for 'Il/'
December 17- Center 8.5 Florida other The union baa
Thursday, Canning ; corporation gifts for occasion. Plant are ;,,'
any
making a record of the call mistakenly listed the man
appealed this decision to the U. S.
State Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St. & 663-2319
as owner of the car that had been hit Supreme Court which will consider

A month later he got a notice of license suspension Friday, December 18- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al- It Rhortly.If the.Board' original\ ruling I' Floor CoveringIncluding In Chattahoochee

for failure to submit a written accident report. anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Parish House; I. reinstated, the Immediate consequence -1 DISTRIBUTOR

He was able to clear that up with an explanation of Canning Center, B 5; Quincy Woman's Club, 11 for Deerlng Milliken Females

the facts. a.m., Woman's Club House; Air Force Recruiter and the other companies Involved I Inlaid linoleum rubber
will be terloui. Since eight
yean
But then he got a notice his liability insurance was 9 12, Post Office. have elapsed, the cent of making riD,. ..eraCounter PROMPT. DEPENDABLE
being cancelled. up wages for unemployed workers COURTEOUS SERVICE
He went to them with the same explanation butdidn't Monday, December 21- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson would be huge. Persons who never I Top
House; Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter No. 30, owned any share In Darlington,
get far. The company informed him the policy I
hut who happen to be stockholders
allowed cancellation within 60 days after renewal with R.A.M., Tal-Mar-Quln Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic In the other companies. would Work
out required explanation. Building; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., have to bear part of this burden.1 WB OIVB
any Courtroom, Courthouse Scout Troop 203, 7:30p.m. The ultimate consequence for
Boy
So he's had to go to court in a battle to restore his ; ha economy generally would also I *n Tn>.. SERVICEOIL jI
Insurance coverage and avoid being classified as an ., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 143, 4 p.m.. First he serious. Investors could not
Presbyterian Church. be Mire that, U 1 losses
risk" Expert Installation
"assigned at a higher rate. devl'loppd'l
the alternative of going
He can be forgiven for wishing he had stayed In Tuesday, December 22- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Mess would always be open to, CO.C MPs

bed. Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., lem. They would also have to II SHdFER.BlITCH(
faro the fact that they might be
Masonic Business & Professional Women
Building:
required to pay penalties South Robert Street
Women and Excise CutsSo 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant; Florida Highway Patrol K\ because of the 4,1i1, /' ON ALL
Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Highway Patrol Station. tome other firm In which aa'j f QVINC't /naaa QUINCY PURCHASESCome
far know has witha ever been stockholders. :
as we nobody yet come up
figure to show how many of the nation's womenfolk Wednesday, December 23Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., would hardly be the kind I -. --

cast their ballot for President Johnson on November 3rd. Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant

But it's quite safe to guess that he got a whopping Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House.

majority start repealing vole from federal the ladies excise in taxes.If favor. of his decision to look them over Come try them out!

Lady Bird herself had been doing the selecting,

the hit picked for repeal could not have come closer to They're in our showroom now-ready for you to see and drive. So come

the feminine heart. in and the full the beautiful Chevrolets for '65.
Such thing. as toilet articles and coimetlcs, Jewelry, on get story on new

fur and handbags are Items with a high priority ratingon

milady's shopping list, as any harassed husband can

attest, when the bills come in.

And because any woman loves a bargain, the elimination .

of the ten per cent tax might be rationalized intoa

saving, justifying more purchasing. t4 w .awk .
Maybe that's one of the thing the President and his T

financial advisors have In mind In their proposal for the

excise cut the notion that Uncle Sam will recoup any MIHI4 INgl11 :
lost excise revenue in the form of other taxes generatedfrom

increased spending.
II i I KILLSRootknotNematodes

Fires In The Home !1 '65 Clttrdltt Impala Su per Sport Coupe


Experts reported recently that one fifth of all homes eider roomier road. And Hiaftt seem newer.
It's s longer, lower, even
destroyed by fire during the winter months are burned as 65 Chevrolet I quieter, handsomer, swankier kind Because now Chevrolet' Jet
a result of faulty heating systems.All of Chevrolet. Fact is, just about smooth ride I fa smoother than ever.
stoves and furnaces should have at least a foot ."!'fthInI"lIew right down to the And were itching to show It o&

and a half clearance on all sides from materials which

might catch fire. It is recommended that stoves be
BZ
placed at least four inches above the floor on legs, con

crete or brick In addition, an insulated metal base

under the stove will protect the floor. Now's the time to use D-D

Recently we read where a mother of five childrenleft

them alone in the house with an open gas stove pro for better tobacco yieldsGet ;

viding the heat At about midnight neighbors noticed

flames coming from the home and before the fire could
%
be controlled the five children had burned to death.

Of course, accidents sometimes happen but there D-D fromESCAMBIA

b no reason to expect to avoid accidents when children

are left alone, at night under the circumstance described
above. New Comir Com Sport Coup
CHEMICAL CORP

It's. racier looking quieter *ter. And np to 10 lip snilable In the
Going My Way? (Formerly Gadsden Fertlliier Co.) 65 C o rva i r ing, flatter cornering roomier riding new Co,..,. Where do you find out
'
kind of Conrair for 65. With a about this firsthand Just folio*
Poetma.ter-Geneial John Gronouskl is going to do longer, wider new Body by Fiaher. the enthusiasts our showroom.
.
something about that wrong way horie.
The animal In question U the one appearing on the Com In or Call

uniform insignia of postal employes to symbolise the Cecil Tripp. More to see, more to try Iti die can more people buy
pony express origin of the lervtce.

Regulations specify that the eusigiJa be worn on PHONE 627-7222 Choose a new_Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy ITt Corvair or Corvette now at your dealer's

the left shoulder.

The trouble II, In case you hadn't noticed, the herM YOUR D-D DISTRIBUTOR
Is galloping in one direction while the postman U walking! 09 7085

the opposit way.
Putting the patch on the right shoulder would havecorrected
FOR D-D CUSTOM APPLICATION SEE
that but It would have been a departure tram '
tradition. MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

So Gronouskl called for a new design instead, which Sylvester Woodward T. W. Touchton

reverses the horse. 627-7371 e QuIncy &&6730 Havana
The new "forward-looking patch will be available 23 NORTH ADAMS STREET QUINCY. FLORIDA

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rAua all __ UADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER JO, lDa6 j

be preceded by the administration
.l Garden Club Episcopal of Holy Baptism We publis
herewith for the second time the

WOMEN'S PAGE ? Board MeetsThe Banns of Matrimony between< Mo
Church Notes wile Peters Vincent and Robert
I
Halibut-ton Maxwell both of Quincy -
executive board of the Quuv whose marriage will be sol.emnU .
cy Garden dub met Tuesday nlhtat from M. P.ul'i
blessed In St. Paul'iChurch
and
Persons having Item of octal nature are urged to call the home of Mrs. Lamar Smith d of December
Mr. May S. Richardson at MAIn 78503n.nnn.nn. with Miss Lucille Smith cohoste One way and another we pent 20th.on the evening

s. There were 12 member the morning In the office getting
.. ...... 7 r, present
ready for Oirtotmaa. Most of the

Mrs. Fred Nordhaus presided planning that baa to do with the
Secretary and Treaaurel'l'port. r Woman's Club A short Christmas devotional
Quincy Junior :: wai prjona
were given The dance riven by Mrs. Lanier Richardson Sunday Church School and with
all Is I li the Young Churchmen I. taken
now
mlttee reported that
: after which she read the mlnuteiof
Women MeetDecember readiness and It appears we aha Entertains At the last meeting. care of. Our Christmas Pageant Fred May haw
Mr. and Mrs.
-
have an excellent response. for the children and adults)
4 Mrs Carolyn Davis asked thai Annual Event Following the treasurer's report of the Pariah will, take place on returned from Miami where they
: ; Garden Circle reports wen several day*.
those who still had gifts for thchildren he! evening of December 23rd. spent
Sunland contact given by Mrs. Arthur Corry Mrs.. Wednesday In Qutnry being the Rev. L. B. Colijulrt Jr. of Panama .
The Quincy Junior Woman'., her at carload of please club members Members of the Quincy Woman. i John McAfee, Mrs. Richardson second holy day to Sunday. The CIty delivered the morning
Cub met on Friday Dec. 4 at the are u going a to take them out, Club entertained with their annual 40rt :Mrs. Nordhaus, Mrs. Smith and hour will be 7:30 p.m. Ai In the message at the First Presbyterian
beautifully decorated club house. In a week. Gentlemen's Night party Thursda t r Mrs. C T. Straughn. moat recent part It will be series Church Sunday.
Guests of honor were the pas night' at the club which was beau Corresponding secretary, Mrs of tableaux tied together with appropriate Mr*. Vincent C Brewer of Cape
presidents, past sponsors and pas Mrs Mickey Cook reported held a) I' tlfully decorated with Chrlitmtu 1 (Ifl tt Jack Strickland reported that she Christmas music. At the Cod and Drlray Beach li vWtlng

members of the club. the come-as-you-are home of party the .. scenes and arrangements.t On UK contacted all members about the end the children will all be liked Mr. E. C. Love and on, Dr. E. C
The meeting was called to order dent.recently About In the 20 members pres mad table at the entrance reflected Iran meeting and sent cards td the 111 to drpotit at the manger their Love. She 1* -en route to Delrayto

by the president Mrs. Donald It to the surprise affair and had i overhanging 18th century mirror A memorial will be sent t tc dirlxtmai gift to the Christ Child spend the winter.Mr .
Brown. Devotions on a very timely lot of fun. About ten wen! was a branched candelabra headquarters In Winter Park 1 Ir a gin for a child their own age *. George W. Munroe left
theme were given by Mrs May caught a and came In PJs, nightie t holding lighted tapers and decorated memory of a beloved member and inc. Dress rehearsal will beat during the weekend to attend a
Richardson. The Pledge of Allegiance with red polnsertlas .nd Mrs. Cary Everette who recently 3 p.m.. Tuesday December 22, National Farm Bureau meeting
and robes etc.
was led by Mrs. G. 0 .. gold satin balls flanked by plxici passed away. and parts amlgnment will be made in Philadelphia.
Bamett. Fine Arts Chairman Mrs. Marjorie In gold t Mrs. Brooks on this Sunday at the 9:30: service Mrs. May Lecky ha been vItlng ..
Caldwell Douglass ,
--- Morgan Introduced" Mr. The ..lall"NllY'aa entwined wit program It[ may be IIl''eP8to use our her brother In law and .li.
chairman the
School reported on general
of the Quincy High garlands of green Ivy Interspersed HOMECOMING New member Initiated Into the Quin. meeting. She and Mrs. Rich Sunday Church School time on ter Dr. and Mrs. Raymond
A.431 Musle Department. lie present with gold angles with lighted hale December 20th for planning and of Jackson Michigan and
In excellen cy Junior Woman' Club last Friday at the club's Homecoming ardnon reported on the decoration Staple
Mclodettcs an
the
The newel wit th well. Mrs. Jack Mc Davis of Trenton
topped Emma
post was practice ai sister Mr*
medley of songs and Chriitmai are shown from left to right: Mr. C. N. Harris, at the Sawano Club for the Thanksgiving
clusters of gold balls which wa Millan .U coordinating the program N. J. All of them will spend
music. repeated at the head of the stain Mrt. Jack Jone. Mr. Joe Williamson and Mr. William dance. The Young Churchmen this weekend In Tampa. On the
i Mrs. Albert Flake gave a review In the assembly room the male Smith. Not pictured U Mr. Pat Higdon. Photo by Martin Mrs. Roma Horton read I letter of St. Paul's entertain the Episcopal 18th they will leave for Jacksonvtlle -
of the past history of the Womsn'1Club ) was banked with greenery and concerning a program for a gar Young Churchmen of this dlsrlct accompanied by Mr*. tacky

In Quincy and Mrs. Jac garlanded with while aatln poi".- I Mrs. James Watts Introduced oral meeting later In the year or on Sunday evening December tor a visit.Richard .
Richardson presented the history villas trimmed with diver gilt the When she Presbyterian In early spring on table decors 13th from S p.m. until after I Wynne son of Mr. andMrs.
of the Junior Woman's Club. or. A pair (if while camcln wai ,Mrs.program.Faulk and Mrs. Richardson presented tions. It was voted to schedule the regular Evensong Service atbeinging Jake Wynne who attend:

Three new members were mill!. headed toward a large! white ran she told a joke on each which took Women Meet mis outstanding speaker and demo: the Senior Choir will. Florida Central Academy will ar
I anus sled Into the club In a short bu due decorated with a silver !lIar I hem by surprise and gave their onstrator. : ( for the evening service, rive Saturday to spend the noil-
'roe IM I lcODAR Impressive ceremony They were of the East. This was reflected In Session" a big "Kick-off." Plans to assist with planting all members of the 11 a.m. congregation days with his family.Mr. .
CAMS IA Mrs. C N. Harris, Mrs. Jar he overhanging barogue mirror Here MondayThe shrubbery around the new Health are asked to bring their and Mrs.Vernon_ Sfhumak-
AMD MM TOU'U WHO Arrangements for the party were tcpartmcnt were' dismissed. Members
Jones and Mrs. William Smith and was very effective. voices along with them. We'llneed
Welcomed by transfer from Cora' Christmas/ arrangements fro made by Chairman of Home Life Women of the First Presbyterian were appointed to decoratethe them. We shall make use
Gables Junior Woman's Club wa luring greenery and decorated Department Mrs. L. L. Willis and 1! Church met Monday all Center for Christmas and the of the more' familiar of the Advent i
Mrs. Joe Williamson. Unable to halls and candles were on the her committee: Mrs. G. O. Barnett 'rrooon at Fellowship Hall for Court House Building. Four beau hymns at that time. All our Young ELECTRICALSERVICE
be present for the Initiation wasMrs. ,hie where the guests were seat Mrs. J. L. BedenhauRh Mrs Bible study class from the Book tiful wreathes are to be placed Churchmen are reminded of the II
Elbert Lutes Mrs. R. D. Brinkley, .
there of their being on handto
Pat Hlgdnn. nf Exodus Importance
taught by Miss Louise
A traditional turkey dInnerwa. ed.In the dining room on the table Mrs. C L. Massey: Mrs. Fred Kl- :Quarterman. During the aortal hour the hot help entertain the large crowdswe
bilks and Mn. J. M. Barnes. tl'llellll'rved and coffee
nuts
pie
served buffet style. There from which the buffet supper wa The general) meeting was held are expecting for the District
served were outstanding Christmas Guests were greeted by Mrs Meeting at least 100 are ex
corsages
small Christmas I:
were following the Bible! MI'II.Foont from wlr-
study.
( favor for all. decoration The main table Klbllka, Mrs. C L. Massey and pected. The preacher will be the Anything
as place weather was centered by a beautiful Christmas Mrs. G. 0. Barnett. May, president presided. Centenary WSCS flev. lAIC Matthews Christmas tog a house to replacing
Due to the Inclement The minutes were' read by the secretary
spray with colorful ornament Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown were I proper will be kept with our traditional
last minute cancellations Mrs. R. D. Woodward Jr. bulb
there were many a light
BROWNIE Oiife27 but still a nice group flanked by handsome tactics hold- special\ gueits at the party. Mrs. .after which Mrs. L. D. McMlllaniresnorer ,, Meets MondayThe midnight service beginning \
Junior Woman's ng lighted tapers.Thane Brown Is the JuniorWoman's made her I at 11:30: p.m. Thursday December -
The ,
attended. dAte. report.
decorating were Mrs. R Club. was on 24. It will be a festival
Outfit Club plans to make annual this affair.homecoming D. Brlnldey. Mm. Flulwr Wllllnmi the front door.Magnolia. !Reports were then !given from Woman's !Society of Christian celebration of the Holy Eucharist Ike Shepard
meeting an Mrs. Tracy Riddle, Mm. MaxwelStrom the circles. Chairmen are' Mrstylvealer .i Service and the Wesleyan with Sermon. For hone who cannot
iulomalic Mrs. Maurice Owens andMm. Woodward, Mrs. W. D I Service Guild of Centenary Methodist make their Christmas Communion
exposure controls Henry Faulk. Circle dell Mrs. P. C. Davis, Mrs. J. CHlmon : Church met Monday evenIng at this celebration, there at
for daylight andlash shots Miss HardeeIs The Rev E. Nash Phltnot gay Mrs. J. M. Griffin and at Fellowship Hall for the will be a low celebration at 10
the Invocation. Meets TomorrowFor Mrs. Harbert Gregory.Mrs. annual Joint meeting. ..m. on Christmas Day and for SHELFER.BLITCHFURNITURE

Features .."011I. new eaiytVM .. [ HonoreeAt Following supper, sextet "TV Guy Race, one of the pro- Miss Marguerite Hendrix and those who can't make that, a low CO.
Kodak camera with electric" Singing Sisters" comnoned ol LuncheonThe tram chairmen reported on the Mrs. W. N. Davis presented an celebration on Saturday at 10 M54JRt
eye that adjusts tees for earrctlyipeitd Mrs. E. Nash Phllnot, Mrs. Maxwell i-lothes sent to Mission HavenFor Impressive Christmas program a.m., at 8 am. on Sunday, and MAIn. ISI-S412
plclur.i. lulIM ShowerMiss Klneald "The Story of Christ Jesus," willscripture 10 The Satur *
Strom Mrs. R. R. the Missionaries who return to at a m. on Monday. Wsr.houio Ph. MAIn T-I1M
flash comportment. Correct flash Mrs. Tracy Riddle, Mrs Fred Magnolia Garden Circle t this country. and music, accompanied day celebration the Feast of St. I

exposure li Ml automatically ai Carolyn Annette Hardee, Junes and Mrs. J. D. Warner sang will have a Christmas luncheon at Mrs. Don May program by Mrs. R. R. Klncaid at the Stephen, Deacon and Martyr,_will
yea focvi. Fart color-corrtcttd bride elect, was recently honored 'several beautiful' Christmas cusp. /he home of Mrs. Doutfnm Brooks I man, announced that the piano.
l.ni. Takes .12 color or black. with a surprise shower at the Mrs. L. L. Willis accompanied tomorrow, Friday. Doe. 11 at 1 program will be an event Cha'1 During the evening gifts were
end.whilo inopi, or color slides home of Mrs. Hermit Wahl. Hot- the piano. 12:30: o'clock.\ Following lunch a I Ibu Jay night [)re. 13 at five given for the less fortunate In our
for this delightful occasionwere Faulk and MrLanier lne.. arsslrn will be conductedwith community.
on 127 film. Comalcfe ouMt. t.eases Mrs. Henry I>'cl Mrs Wahl Mrs. Raymond Richardson then presentsan the Chairman of Life and
All for $34.50 Boyd and Mrs. Frank Taylor. original skit, "The Gossip See Williams presiding. Mrs. Lanier Family Richardson hour was enjoyed In the Church
Guests were teachers and slot Ion" In which they told hllariww Mn. James Watts win give a Worship parlor. Assorted cookies and nuts,
workers of the Quincy Elementary things about members and their) Christmas devotional after which laid that the prayer group was with coffee were served by the
In size and Interest and
growing
CROUCH'SREXALL School and Cafeteria. Mrs. Ernest husbands. This added test and Irs. Lanier Rlrhal'llllOll'ho has hostesses.
raked that attend this band
Lee Hardee. mother of the bride- merriment to the program. charge of the program will present more
which I.I conducted Mrs. Allene
DRUGS led, attended J also. The group .sang Christmas eat Mrs. Pelham Sullivan who by "
Following the opening of the its with a 2 piano neeomnanlment will display Christmas stocklntrt 'Canicy. Shower For Time to -
gifts by MlM Hardee. the hostesses Mrs. R. R. Klncaid and Mrs. L. and other beautiful gifts which Mrs. Jason Gregory reportedthat "
QUINCY FLORIDA served delicious refresh L. Willis. she makes as a hobby and explain she had three boxes of nice Miss HardeeA checkyourPARTY 7'd
ments. Following the carol Mlm Marzuerite ... how they are made. Mrs. Fred clothes to send Thornwell Orphanage -
Hendrix sang a beautlfu Klbllka Is program chairman ofhe that the new winter out-fit
Christmas song, "Jesu Bambino circle. had been sent Jody who Is sponsored lovely shower! wa given In
Light Her Way to Sweet Dreams by Yon. Mrs. R. II. M. Davidson, who by the group and that she honor of bride-elect. Annette Mar.
The Rev. Guy Wade of Thoma will bring a Christmas arrangement was sending a Christmas gift from dee, Tuesday evening, Dec. i at CLOTHESand
this Christmas with a Gift Memorial Church gave an outstanding will demonstrate the creation the women to him. the home of Mn. Earl Goodwin,
of Beautiful Lingerie devotional which touched of It. Following this meeting pro- assisted by her daughter. Mrs
I I'the heart of alln.. Chrtstma All members are urged to come ream chairman. Mm. Douglas N. E. Allen ,
Story). and bring a covered dish. Owens, Mrs. Guy Rate Mrs Beautiful corsages were presented send
for dreams. I President of the Woman's Club Lanler Richardson and Mrs. Don to Mill Hardee, her mother .
Dress sweet Urs. Clinton Bassett welcomed tin Sadie Hawkins May met with the president to retort Mn. E. L. Hardee Mrs. Dan
huiibnnds and Howard Thoma on the programs that had iels, also to the oldest and youngest them

Shift Gown nave a fitting response. __ been planned through February married ladle present. Several f
Dance Termed The Business Women of the Interesting game were enjoyed to .
First Presbyterian Church met by the eighteen guests and
Big SuccessThe Monday night at Fellowship Hall appropriate prizes awarded the
I LEAFTHEATRE I where they had a buffet supper, winners. Mrs. Walter Smith olGreensbord
I followed by the business session was in charge of the
Byrxadtr Sadie Hawkins dance at and pmgrsm.Mrs. game and also mad and presented t
the Sawano Club Saturday night Lanier Richardson a the conaJrl'loThe
was a big success. Bam yard the Invocation. dining table was attractively -
guest gave
I scenes were the background of Christmas decoration which arranged with gift displayed
3 BIG DAYS 3 ho decorations A hillbilly house outstanding were' on the beside a beautiful white lace and -_
were
Thurs., Fri. Sat.. with clothes line and articles "table and other Interest points satin umbrella. Arrangements of
Such beautiful to flapping in the hreete, pictures of They were made by Mrs. William assorted camellias and greenery
MORROW
a
way Frank! Avalon t cows, chickens and other hilarious Glover and Mn. Malcolm McCall were at point of Interest in the 1
decorations added to the festivityof
drift into dreams. In who also decorated.The party rooms.
Annette Funlcello the affair chairman, Mrs. Harbert Miss Hardee received many

billows of filmy Antron" Martha HyerIn Newspaper and tables were were used centered for tablecloths by Gregory session presided, then during announced the business that occa lovely lon.and Refreshments useful gift of at punch this T for Sanitone Dry CleaningSanitone

Myth tricot, lavishly I bottles holding flowers and candle Mn. Virginia Dowllng had charge cake squares, nuts, mint and
*. Sandwiches, potato chips, coffee served.
of the program. Mn. fowling Introduced were
bordered inches deep with "BikiniBeach" cookie and cold drinks were Mn. O. E. Ed) Taylor
t. ,served.
beautiful Christmas
Daffodil lace, all, : Berry will was selected who reading.gave a Bridge Club Meets service is

l \ Dream Boat and was crowned by Thl're'I're IS present Including With Mrs. MaxwellThe
all nylon. VanRaalte'i w / 1 Patsy McNelll president of the the president Mn. Fount May recommended by

new Springtime mood.":::' .... i Exchangettes.The Medallions played and Jr' Christmas carols were sung Tuesday morning entertained duplicate b such famous clothingmanufacturers
SAT. KIDDIE SHOW bridge club wa ) as
I enjoyed. Pam Cog-
dancing was
with Mn. Glenn Klngry leading Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell this week %
Serbin
Handmacher wWorstkd
!gins was In charge of entertain James Lambert accompanied ,
and Mrs.
Seasonal decorations were at Interest
h \ mt'l1Nanry Baur did some of Tex becauseit
"A Yank the art work Martha May and atlheplano.Baptist points. Sandwiches dips. w
the
cake cookies and coffee wen preserves
had of decorations
Sanford charge
,Kay
and Patsy Wood, the rereshments. erwc!. Boxes of dusting powder smart appearance
In Viel Nam"Sun. Day were awarded for prizes.\ of fine clothes. !
Winners were Mrs. Lee R. Mom
I Several parents and teacherswere Meet roe and Mrs. Douglass Brook Our thorough
r s l i $6.95 chaperones. Circles William and a
tint Mrs. Fisher dry cleaning will
;' 4 Mon."Slation Mn. Jack Richardson second and I
Bridge Club Meets Francis Horton Circle met Monday tics Henry Weinberg and Mrs. rejuvenate last
SixSahara" With Mrs. HigdonMrs. morning Dee. T following Byron Suber, third. season's clothes so they'll actually look and fur

the Week of Prayer Program forFoI't'II11 like new. Spots go; colors sparkle; garments take

Warren IfWnn entertained Missions. They had 7memhen on new life. Our prices are moderate, our
her bridge club Wednenday afternnnn -' present.A Canasta Club Meets
Call Be readyfor
service superior. on us today.
short business meeting was
at her home. Fall flowers With Mrs. Chamberlin .
with and fruit were at points of Inter) conducted. tireless for the January the parties ahead. /
meeting will be Mrs. E. M \"
Nt. Mr frank Chamberlin was .
Carroll Baker I Mrs. Pat Higdon was high sconwinner. /ysl. hostess to her Friday afternoon
Peter Van Eyck I Rosa Cbx Circle met at 3.SO canasta club. Season decorations DRIVEJ
During the game coffee and Monday afternoon In the home olMrs. Interest
wen at points. n
Alton Towle with Miss Lula
snack were served. Ifctomon u co taetea. Mr G. OBamelt Mrs. O. J. Clayton who won I IN Lleanel'J
high was awarded a nov
score
the circle chairman, peebled '
Tuea.. Wed. Mrs. James Mahaffey during the business meet elty. Mrs. Gilbert Craig holder CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETS
of low. received place mat
Is Bridge Hostess There were 13 membcn,
ing.
BIG DOUBLE At conclusion oi three progressions
M.... Jamn Mahaffey was hostnw PrPlll'llt. the ,notes served an attractive QUINCY. FLORIDA
FEATURE to her WMgenlav afternoon Mrs. R- T. Freeman gave the party plate with coffee.
SrMpe chub r'- *il fall flowers Call to Prayer. The program I
were' at Int ilnts in the from Royal Service was then per
"The Evil ofFrankenslein" home. Preceding the game she .ented by Mr*. T. P. Peacock
served a dessert with coffee. The subject dealt with "1iw Mi.:
"y'SSeReglstere.t Mrs. Phillip inilyer was Uih1 ,ton ry Message of the Bible. THIS YEAR GIVE

score winner on this ercaslon. The January meeting will btII I. ,
Extra guests were Mn. M N the home 01 Mi* W. A. Mc Sear f /gr. I .
i with Drew M.... Norman McMillan mid with Mrs. J. E. Vause eo.
and Mrs. Bill Mahaftey. hontfta. PORTABLE APPLIANCESFROM
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I Billy Arnold Is Persona i


rlnmll Accident Victim A


Mr and Mrs. Max Goss spent Cite life
I-nncril'' h.cu wencxinrtmtn
the weekend in Atlanta with Mr.
fl till t!! rot, William K .HilM\ Arnold .'0 '
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and Mrs. John SrhwartjMn
>( r.l Cajon (,111 Ie>r11l..rtnl +
Eileen and
Quincy, at 11 tock TueiutHiiimiing ; Wright sun
o < \ 4Girl
t rk I In the Santa Clara Rap I,Tom of Port SI Joe spent UKweekend
here.
: nHutch. 'tiM Church with the Rc\' \'a..n Be A
lark officiating assisted hv thi
I I (*-T I' billion dollars were apt" 1'0\ UT\' 1'MM.IUM
1 b) i is";,i i-d stairs cansMmers i fnr Rev M. 1i",1TIIo' iMcnncnl nit i 1 BLOOD DONOR
in Simmon. ( ', Snp.-hopp\ The
tJdUold houne o-hou* 1'n."I'> Johnson adminlmraUon has
::: : by Scout
in Wakulla Ownly.AmnM "
1 11I 64. approved 120 projects in the war
L flmirMi t nail,-. of Quincy .u on poverty/" program which will
e still bj
c\pli A ( 'w:n onipaniea ihc( snclenl art of pt'l"L1Ih tended Quincy High St ill.>I at* News coat aboiil l $J5 mllllnn Saral'lll RED (ROSS BLOOD CENTERTALLAHASSEE

/ U salt MII.uwhip. The sales" awuaili '" was a student al ()tliforningr Slaver, director at the Office otKconnmic \
('01..' of Minluary Sclellee ir I Opportunity( Mid the I
made at high curt lo linn week we talked atoll oilpn
nmsumer IIk'l \\at Angela, (1IItf. lie nil i II '" .....,,. and finished our presentsor Hrnililttit' expreMed' total a f't'n1l'll1
I A warclul comparison of nwinbcr! of BantoMa Hsplis mar mothers. \Ve am. ".111110 and pkaaire at prugtviathat
introit at PI (lean, Cstlf has .been matte
adventure
that products have for mother December
shows a party our
A victim nf sutoni tale\
an aci I --- --
and sold bv regular retailers tilt\" the' ISth After we finished
Men, Arnold died t"rldAy. IVcember UKT ('OMI tHI4111:1)The
cost less than half of the price ol/ making our things we had
4 In Wilcox Art; ,
similar prmluits sold In ho.lWk'- Mir hunxwhnr and Mid our polo U S. Air font
I lie ts stun'ined hv his 1II00""r.M. apparently
to-hfluve calls .. R.ta Arnold, H Oi>in. Ise, and our flag salute. Then we is UNvrnlialing Hi aerial niwnaiuance
in the cost ul
rhe difference Is went otilsMe to play
1 I on the Laotian
bo nun'"- (Sall' : his father, Owynn Amnklnf region
BOWL CAME Midget Football All,ton, Cheerleader and Queen Journeyed to selling Commllwunl.nd 1.1 OiMitmia: one suiter, !Mrs by: LlnU Vli k<'n I ttuwuih who h men and aupplirs .oi
for 1"1'10I1I111I11'1I1111'11'f'rllll' Kathleen klnard H Cajon, Califhla flow (runt CunimunUt North VietNam
Waycross Georgia Thanksgiving Day to In the 16lh annual Oketenokee selling com
compete times as high as maternal grandnuither !Mrs Girl Scout Troop 105 had their Into South Viet Nam The
Midget BowL They lost to Savannah. Ga. 7-6. Ellen Munroe represented the team in through advertising In newspaper. Nolle Hume. Siipcnnn| : and hliMlrrnnl regular meeting last ThurmUyafternoon ire raid he a target foe 0) S.
competing for the title of Miss Okelenokee Midget Bowl la the Queens contest. There I Ironically. even tilt but....1..8.mt'n ol. grandpnprMii !Mr and, at the .lYeshyterlan and South Vietnamese air shkrsaimed

Were 10 contestants, Front row, left to right- Cathy Ranew Beth Suber Eraser Mun products sold be by supported personal by advcrtismg Mr.. R. W. Arm*!. Qidncy Church We had our owning' seremany at choking oil this supply
must
roe and Ellen Munroe. Second row- Charlie Riddle George Woodward, Bill Bass, Although tie honw'Ihose i' toning. a* active "pallbearer* after which I make we dccnratlve broke up route.
to
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into patmti -- -
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Gary Bailey Rex Campbell Mike Higgins, Kenneth Powell, Paul Embry, Terry Dea- salesman uses itatmn I IH were Ronnie Wells, Raymond the hotpltal
1 hf (;ty. JIrkle Roller Richard Iliera'JIITV napkin; hojikr to put on Rood manners II good form
son and Olin McMillan. Third row- Bobo Edwards, Ben Duncan Jr., Ben Wells, would nut dare put In will print not laccepted ... Hauldree and Nell llamll trays during she holiday even on the highway

Tommy Floyd Marc lones, Kent Wade, Mitchell Hall and Bill lames Back row-- finds that his product U has aimmed 'ton ses sot
Russell Rudd. Hal Clover and unless F'uncrtII Mrrrv Un MiCallSllbe II la aliiHl time (or e\rr>bui1yId
Ricky Jerry Massey, Ricky Taylor Fletcher Not prestige through regular lIh't'rIIlIlng. Ile Butler Miititan lode floe calendarsIVople
pictured are Sylvester! Woodward and Tack McMillan coaches Photo by Martin. ,'it', WKH In iHiaitje of anantirwnln new

Ttm., the housewife who pay : Troop' M* net Mondav. Drrm who talk (ant and mach OPEN
JI50 for a home appltoiw ottained > --- --- 7 tin Prcubvtrrinn Churth. Wr ultra outrun Ihrlr tails

I 11'011Ihe housetohoumulcmiviin Rodger Schofield rehearsed our songs, dunces, and EVERY
really contribute approximately he \ al the party In
RUST-OLEUM perJolla I .klIR to given
I SOO to U* pleasanl 0
Bits And Visits San Juan ChiUlHhnmheeU'C 18 Kadi girt
gentleman far his demonstration will take a gift tor someone al. u., tuia'Ir o Ni( 1111oTILL
STOPS By shopping tlirmtgh adverlliung the pirlTo conHude the partynfrrahmenls I
Mrs C. W. Thomas and daughter I Pieces he might hive bought the" anm.pro.lu .' t'SS' FRFTtONT V.mnn will he servedViince .
MIKI Marjone Thomas and RUST Mr and Mrs, C W. Thomaa. Jr BT DUTCH retail store Mr and Mm lesion ihofleldof Scribe t
have returned from Wad<>Rboro. A mark-up of more than 50 porcent c Quill<-)', recently \Mlisl Site --- ---- -- r
N C. s here they attended burial Saw some real nice bream emu- Is a high price to pay for tunn, PiM-rto RIM ahoanl tie al. I't', MNK IHHUH'NT IPTw
services for Mr. C W. Thomas, calls Bullhl' high mail ark trannport t'SS rrenimt wrat -
personal
Available In Sr.. who passed sway here last ing the highway! la* Saturday up Is necessary when. old and Inefficient Inn In tlie CarllitManTlie > FivVral Reserve TVwnt honlired ..
mooing They were going
up Irnremte tram IS
week used Instead an
\ methods are rremnnt carried romlwlreiidx
pr of Tampa have been visiting I Little River Someone, seeking eked clearer water of mass selling by adverting M.innii for lea awiiill per cent tn 4 |icr tent In role die
All Colors Mr and Mrs. Hiram Brlnkley Ruen. me why retail channels count rate the Interest Iwnk-
loial .
I didn't run some of them down. through: landln""" win's Ito' dilalnftindu
Mrs. J. D. Godwin spending "I'll stunt pav )
ll'('k, I wouldn't know what to <9ie In I unit nf the AtlantliKlirt the Kedoral Reserve
from
AVAILABLE IN several weeks In San Francisco
do with them It I had TOHOMEMAKERS and out of Norfolk '
with her son In law and daughter caught HINTS oieratc| < \11".n Illlain MiOtenncy Martin -: I
ALL SIZE CANS them I have find Va.3reakfast.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bancroft always lo someone chRinnnn of the reservehtsnl
AND Mrs. James B. Ball, Sr. Is a pa to give them to when I go and -- said the only reason tat: (
make I legitimate catch And Follows diw xint rate w'an tomnke
tlent In Gadtdcn County Hospital Its hinder >
,
SPRAY CANSGuaranteed Mr and Mrs. Frank Smith have sometimes I even have to have Entertainment Hire Ihrre la no rxiTMlvrnitrht
cleaned before I Recent It's so May slnre we have
them a
ran dlnpune
and
d Britain
Gainesville dollars *
to returned from a vast In of
of ttirm. I do like to kr !llarJc'"" B. Oreforr.A Chart account. I
Ashing just charge 1700 N. Monroe
go
STOP RUSTI with, Dr their and son Mra law Calvin anddaughter though. And now It will prubabl F.tlens.... Ilta"e tn..t: Following the Sadie llauklrwUnie other have' hlithcr Fun: >|Issn raleiKtSII .countries width IYVYUIIIII'."
Miss Juneomluard encrlalncd -
be the latter part of January before
and children. A MK1IX LIFT --- ---
Curry 14
BOOK with a breakfum at the ,- - -- -
LARSENLUMBER I Mr and Mn. Ed Perry and the rivers In this area get tome of her parent. !Mr and Mr ( INTerr N11' 11) ('R 111)1
son Chip of Bainbrldge were here fiihable again. The book, far from being on liward Wontuard TIME TO WE HAVE .
the out occupies a more important llmile. Ind It was able
dinner
and attended family way
Sunday at the home of Mr a and Mrs.R. Since a certain member of the place In our lives ti' luy Hot chorolHle! donula, coffierake to traffic aad-ty, when two C Meow Paints
CO. II. M. Davidson, the occanwn Quincy Department of Public titan ever before In human hmtory, etc were acn-ed police ran crashed In separateimr riumblKf Itsare.e .
being Mr. Dnvldmti's birthday.R Safety moved out of my neighborhood and It Is clearly here to slay Twenty of the young art enjoy-' 'kl on the way to ImenllKalean Compute tin etMaterial..
Phone 627-7276 H M. Davidson Is spending the weekly picnics held by t a Bunks are often the. perfect gift .K| the drllKhlful "II1'I'II.'r"t accident Th two can were Building !
Mainline Drive I several dallin dncinattl on bus lunch toting dog have ceased Ue Add,-!! to the value of the book Isthe ---- ,,11"plltI'lM' to a traffic accident. .( I e Alraa Aluminum.. Renting
iness. haven'I found a dlllh! or ruuking obvious affection of the donorKor The Peninsula Motor Dull, AAA then" one cullldnl" wish s ('.r at annterwctlon e (nalvanlH .1111. k hldlnllloinewares
: : utensil In months That Is, until thoughtful people the gift of a reporta( that when their" ItiM kit an- and the other .... C k (lift.S .
his[ morning But this time all he hook Is always appropriate. No- wee cells for flat tire llie server ,IcmollHhcd when II rnllkled with Carry A.'.... leafing
of DlntlMiare usual household often flints that the Inn k al souther Inlenectlin.II C field Bend Hheetrerk
left was an empty ran silly wants 'two of the ( man rills| j' I
beef: stew. 1 guest that gadgets (and a man can f'VI'IIhavp Ire Is In need of repair or liaR, REMODEL and fi serum Prmtarl.NsorllM .
dog derided lo have Ju.t one more too many neckties!) but fewpeople not been properly Inflated Theyigg'.t I la wary rare ti> find) s nubile BUILD a Ueed. k rarm jaItemss
tlmp'l sake and have too check office on a public rHtHiny, rius llundrrdi .f
picnic for old If any can ever you your apart open I
MOTOROLAguaranfccs'nll traveled light. many books The nvHiu"lred larly._ 1\1'1 BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
first ts Just ss much e.ppredaled rVlanced Juditemcnt Is the dlferenc -
Ran Into my nephew, Denny, u the first because the love htsks There ls nn way to arcuratrlypredict between "'tkd m ail foal II NORTH MADIHON ITRrtT qt'lMCY
its little over at Stewart-Young'a Tucsdnyafternoon far from being satisfied, what people will do. .line**.
and he got after me for .silly grows with accumulation I
telling about the mule he and Each W It8 a real book, adds
TV tubes and parts for 1 full Buster Belts bought Denny wile wmethlng to the richness of ourunderstanding r-'r
,and young son were In the car ot human Ufa. A

)'ear-not just 90 days! parked out front. Denny Informed loved book, Instead of losing
me that the little fellow was Ilittle value with age, becomes more
too young to learn to talk, precious with each passing year. LlJn
m they have taught him to Books need not coat a h4 ofmoney.

Every Motorola black.and.whit* TV, regardless of "growl" He really cant Thats The paperback book hat
William Hampton, ajurrtyourself ofliterary c
right something
cost, manufacturtr's full year guarantee on already produced
) When most
all tubes and parts that covers free exchange or repairof I articles! of revoluriisi.commerce now cost ''I II

any component proven defective In normal UM; Saw Postmaster Jimmie CDS tar more than they cost ten years y
arranged through us; labor extrLEXCLUSIVE Tuesday for the tint time In sev ago It Is truly wonderful to dls- #
real weeks. Of court he was ID cover that. In bonks the trend h _I ih
for a while and then hunting season has reversed Thanks eea
opened. I know he has been to the paperback Idee hundreds ; "'''Cr'' t 1 s

around town a few times since,, ot excellent books can now be _
but moat of the time he's been nurchased for \lees dish half ol ; r
done In the old country deer and .their original cost In hard I.'OVPI'II.I
turkey hunting. Glad to see him Add books to your shopptne W
J $ batk. I I
Prim'Ipk-s are usually read, OIJL e L
Members of the Quincy High lived

l'' 1rl f School Key dub are selling '
Chriatnuis L trees again Ihla year soIt CLAUS : t'
you are I In the market fur one SANTA
contact one of the young men or
go by their I stand at Taylorswarchoun
West King Street
on
They will have all sires ul freihly IS COMING TO 4' '
rut trees and ant letting them goat
nominal prk..... Money derived
from' the project will be used tor

a most worthy project helping SEARS AGAIN
23" some deserving senior boy go lo
college next fall. good dnl as our arletsrsnua

RECTANGULAR COLOR I Mercer BUhop-and I went rut State

to the old Gee settlement Wedrrs. Farm Homeowner THURSDAY 6:00: P.M. lo 8:00: P.M.

MOTOROLA day iwiming following the fire policy.Call ms fodajft
COLOR/65 truck The home of Robert Builer -

\ Negro burned lo the ground SATURDAY 3:00 P.M. lo 5:00 P.M.
Give the Whole Family The site ol the houae Is near an : :
old time cemetery where I think
a lot at the Gees are bulled. I
COLOR TV remember going through the old
burial ground several times when
I was a bny. I rememlier one FREE GIFTS FOR THE KIDSWITH

For Christmas have large monument been brought that over la said fmrn to

Italy many yean ago. I had forgotten -

abort lie spit ANY $2.00 PURCHASEr

I told you whet 11 fir* tuned
FREEcm this ralumn there would be days tier
like this. Nothing' UnUtitc.


1 Hospital Report

Admissions- December t thru liiCmllmJFREE$

December T- Mr'*. P.am.n Jor
mth everyWsetshonn dan. Robert Welch Mauler Freddie 1 r
M Kenney, Mrs. Frances WigKins. ."
Mrs. Frances Imlth. Mrs
Grace Dalton Herman VlckenMrs. ,I
Vaue Sadherrv. Sam B
tissue, G. W. Suhrr'I.. let
y..... Mrs. Emma Nerty and
MOTOROLA 1 1 Nancy Hand. Qulncy; Jor' Joe Williamson
= Joe
Pnpprtl and Maater Billy
Stephens Havana: Charles NeH 14 W. Washington

FM/AM ..... ItTN and Mrs. Magfte G. Dart?. PHONE
Ineweb; Horace N. Paurl tit and
CLOCK RADIO hued Event Chaftahnnchee: R 627-7938

.'"'''' .." ..1.'." U Hneford and Mn, Amanda or
M ........ w s'ae's- !Sianaland IMord. William 627-7987 GET YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNER FREE
,.,.... It......ci AM1e.MMa.a .' nnrh. TaH.hai.ee ant Jim Jackson
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he ,./.... II....'.. : Mr. and. Mrs. Hadertc run [ I'I't TURKEY OR HAM
.."ta... ... Is.IsNe) !_. lid pec 1.What sears HIM
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11..1 ere 7 led C.saetiwa.e a.eae.CdiCrnWn ym do not evprrt die .. -

.... se. TIW. not iLap*s ya.. GIVEN WITH THE PURCHASE OF
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v.Mta ... tIN s'a MWV ANY MAJOR APPLIANCE

I0er I trill brirsl a M INae CHRISTMAS TREESArizona
aid
sea ill
leL THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
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SUNDAY'SRADIO ALL SIZES FRESH CUT

NO WILT or FIRE HAZARD

AND T.V. Sold by Members oi SEARS CATALOG SALES OFFICE

QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL KEY CLUB

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Eventually Become An Alcoholic


By Jerry t. Billiard. 5. You Excuse Your Drinking )f *

Statistics reveal that one ot ey. You can't understand your tons of
cry 18 persona who drink alcoholic control *o you begin making up
beverages will twnhmllymittpf excuses why you should drink.
You drink one day because the
from alcoholism, according
to the Florida Alcoholic Rehabill weather if bad and you can't do
ration Prottram. anything else; the next day It'i ( ic
This Illness Is marked by a sunny, and you drink to celebratethe IBI -
complete Inability to control drink. pleasant change In the weath6. XII
leg despite Its ravaging effectson
the family, the Job, friendships, 6. You Take "Eye-Openers" -
you begin drinking! the first thing :
etc.Approximately 80 million Americans In the morning (or whenever you TOWNr
drink, and approximately manage to get out of bed), so '
three per cent at them will bo- you'll have the courage to face 1
come engulfed In alcoholism unless the dramatic I Is another of the '
they or those around them, most symptoms. CRIER
are able to recognize the Illness' 7. You Begin to Drink Alone -
danger signals and break Its prop your drinking II no longer donein ,
,
>nIon.Extensive. a social manner. You need .
research among recovered your drink to survive In the He used to be the bearer of news-both
alcoholics has come up world, and you would prefer that good
with the following typical patternIn nobody else were around to criticize and bad. And he announced the merchandise
the development of alcoholism: you.
1. You Begin to Drink your 8. You Are "Antisocial"\ While 1 available in the various places of business.
drinking follows no definite pat Drinking-you feel that the worldIs
tern, but you have discovered that frowning at your drinking and SI Newspapers have long since replaced him.

drinking social group.serves a purpose In your become provocation.destructive at the tightest I 1 He would cry the hour night and day for he

2. You Have "Blackouts" a 0. You Go On n Benders now / 1 was timekeeper to the town. Clocks and wrist-
W'l1l11iou1symplom In the progrcMlon your drinking becomes completely -
:11fr: simply uncontrolled for extended periods i watches crowded him out of our life.
drinking asleep." of time and you drink compulsively I But when he announced the hour he liked to
Iflitesd, this Is a period of time for days at a time, your
during drinking when you haw no only goal being to stay drunk. reassure his neighbors: "Tis three o'clock-and
recall whatsoever of where you 10. You Know Deep Remorseand "
have been or what you have done. Deeper Resentment you % ; all's well! Why has no one taken up this func-

la some cases, the blackout may look upon yourself! as a completely tion in our modern world?
last for hours or days at a time. useless failure, not worthy of
8. Drinking Means More to You wlp. Moreover, you become unduly I ; Probably because no one is certain that allis
Rum to Others you begin sensitive to harmless happenings I
sneaking drinks during or before or comments, fly Into I well. And because merely saying that all is

OCtn.m: because thecrowd Its[ of temper, and feel that no well doesn't calm our fears or lighten our con
to keep up one understands or Is willing to I ;
with You. iep.)
4. Drink More I cern.More
Than You You Consistently Mean To you stop 11. You Feel Deep, Nameless and more we are coming to realize that
the walls of little
Anxiety -
for Just one drink after work and your V crucial need is Men
i spiritual.
1 world are crumbling and you walkIn our are seeking
the next thing you know Its a.m.,
you're completely drunk, and the terror. The world plight! can by easilyrecognize t truth and power in the faith and worship of our
your your
Mr Is closing.'. shakes," your vacant stare and I churches. With each passing hour it becomes
lumpy nerves. You have great
difficulty accomplishing such tasks S j more evident that all will be well only when

;SAVE! SAVE! as lighting a cigarette or bring t ALL discover God.
:ng a cup to your lips. You feel I ,
1 that alcohol Is the only blendyou
ON can turn to. I t > THE CHURCH FOR ALl.' ALL FOR THE CHURCH
1*. You Realize Drinking lias
INSTALLATIONCOSTSI You Licked you admit to yourself / The Chun l> DM mint actor Lily and npporl the Church.They
that you can not longer control m Mrth for th.bulldlnc of irwme.tor .r.: (1) For hit own..ki. (2) For
I alcohol. t lv and food dtlMrahlp.II!..(tonhouw htoddkir e'arka.! (3) Forth*Hit
of piritual mltM. Without of hie community end rutkm (4)
13. You Get Help or Go Under It
I i traif Church, neither democracynor For UM Sik* of the Church Itself
and, unfortunately, in
many I dvllluUon CM eurvl... onwhich ek.eds hli moral end iratorUIsupport
cases the' "going under" refers to I
see lour sound nuon why Plan
: I tvcrywmn to fo to church ru-
the grave.Help I ( should attend .o dos nsu- holy and med your Bible dan,.
'
1
Is available for the alcoK -
>HC; the' progression CRIbe
iroken. Help may come through I
d a professional person, a hospital,
AND Alcoholics Anonymous, trf'atmPnll
centers mien as the Florida Alco-I
lAW/ hobs Rehabilitation Center in I
Avon Park or many other sources r
ON but It It available.
For more Information on alcoholism y
rfUEi.ElUOYWARM. and lit treatment con
tact the State of Florida Alcoholic a
flehablllatlon Program, P. O. Box 4 t.
1147, Avon Park.Joseph 9 '

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Boy Scouts located in the southeastern dl, lion Station WCTV. He U ala I '

trlct of Tallahassee, la part 01 the former owner of Radio Static In I Florida 4-H'ers Sidelights
the Suwanne River Area J31S.OOO WTAL In TaUahanee. Mr Missionary Mexico Enjoy

$75,000 Donaled fund i campaign which will Include Phipp Ii the farmer Elinor Kl.p I'
major camp facilities at Mallwood of M..dlUIPttaho*e lathe r
Boy Scout Reservation eight miles wa* designer and chief enginet : Of National Congress in ChicagoAn

For Tallahassee wuth of QuIn<'y. of the Cape Cod Canal. Their see -
John S. Phlpps, In whose mem- John E. "Gene1 Phlpp of 0:; Writes About Her Work I
ory the Foundation wa established Bottom Road, has business Inlet evening at the rodeo during '
Office BuildingA wa for many yean a tup-: eats In Auto Imports the Capttt I International Live Stock I I q

i porter and substantial contributor 1 Tire Center and It a directorthe of The following letter hal bee I Exposition and another of dancing I I r ri.
ilntfle donation nt $7!,000 to to the Scout training camp known Lewi State Bank lie I* *iso received by friends this week Iron at the Aragon Ballroom were
construct a new office building ai Camp Semlalachee In the Apalachicola an active participant in commu. MiNI Chortle Everard. misstona : IT'S UP TO YOU two bright sidelight of an exciting i..I .
for the Boy Scout of America was National Forest 14milci Ill affairs! Includingthe Unit I to Mexico. I trip for Florida teenagers or :\ ,I.

announced today by Payne H west of Tallahassee Fund and the Junior Museum Mill Everard, while amorist I By to the 43rd National 4-H Club
Midyette, Sr., chairman of the Hit two sons, at trustee for Walter A. DeMllly, chairmanthe 0 r with the Quincy Telephone OlIn Congress held recently at the L iiL .
Boy Scout Special Guts Commit the Foundation, authorized the Boy Scout Capital Funds cam; puny felt called to serve asmissionary I I //OMW l:.Ktnhntr,L.U.I I Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago I
tribute to .u'"
tee. donation at a fitting jalfm.. In accepting the dons lion Four young t.II'.ra won
teacher to the
The contribution was made by their father Interest In the Boy on behalf of the Suwannre Rive: sands of illiterate adults of Me that)(\. expense.paid trips to the con L.",'" MhalambAhlbit DyU His EIIIsMIam11 I

the John S. Phlpp Foundation Scouts of America Area Council mid: "Talla htcasee co. Because of her age and 'la A RUT AMERICAN sress as state winners In their I hit animals. The Moorman II Club
through It* trusted: John H"Bon One ton, John H. "Ben" Phlppt 'II fortunate in having a faml!);: of training which the Baptist T> club project. A flftli boy shared Mfg, Co donated his trip. His other club
Phipp of Tallahassee of Plantation near Tallahassee such as the Phlpp whose Interesti I ;
Aytvalla nomination requires of fowl c" TilE' sad news of the passing! top slat honors Lamb also has raised nineteen activities In
Michael Grace Phipp of Palm It a well-known figure In youth results In such a gene ,
mlmlonnrlc M: Everard chom a great Amorl' and
as in a Trip winner Include Brenda and tight cows and hotcultivated elude the home
Beach and the Grace National In Florida business circlet at ous contribution toward their wet the field of in which! dear friend Herbert Hoover, I I
literary ItII .
I
; Lambert 18 and David Lamb, six acres of corn In groundslmaprovement <
Bank of New York City. owner of the John H. Phlppt are" And he continued: 11111 whom many of J]
i InnVnennVnt mid\ln
nerve as an
The new! Council office! to be Broadcasting Stations and gesture, and Dr, C K. Wall's gi f I Cod us delighted to 18 both of Cantonment Jamlt 4 H programs Ills parents, Mr gar.denlng .
trusting to he
of 476 acre Mr Camp \tallwon. arv needs. She amply r.II"th. Chief," Ellis, 17 Petuacola; and Trivia and Mr*. C. C Lamb, art club I I I and flow
,
--- Telei'I from which; mitwequently s Dykes, 16 Marlanna. Larry Roff leaders.Mill.
II are the tprtngbnirds ruined; In the Lauhach: hnd"at marked a mil. er growing project
achieve total I ItI atone In 18 South ) Ellis of Ftorldt'i Rolf
I we can acres I Kolnortla Foundation Baltimore Anierl.rn Miami was presented one I. a it*
II our long-range plans" Md. history, lie with a handsome certifies recognlting leadership winners, hn participated dint >l Rl..
I The present Council office Ii Vv Benin of the great number was on* of the hit leadership In 41L In 204 projects in the haven College l M.

ctted behind the County limit h''of Illlteratet, mlsslonarie who last great rrth. Has Lambert, food prellrn.tlon leadership program. The Seirs I I. the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Norman '
Ae door to world 0} colorgloves Center on land that hat been acquired Roebuck Foundation awardedher Roff
Opening a new i bv the State for are not trained In this field appeal free, slf.rtllsnt winner has canned moretoss
expansion to Miss EVertrd for help. As American of SOOO jars of product due a trip to the congress Dykes has cultivated It acre

iI of Major the Capitol improvement Center at the a !result she travel the length high integrity I ing six years of project work. Three. terms at president of I'of corn, two acres of soy bean

I Wallwond Reservation at a rev and breadth of the country wrong that teems to h* She also has frozen more than her club and two years ai vie I and completed two tractor pro**

.u suit of the overall funds drive will with the denominations whore slipping away 1500 packages of meat and produce president and county delegateare site In six year project work.
Include eight troop camp areas. a a. attempting to teach their eonrremtton rOlfm.I':; Start trrAersIaee given demonstrations and Included In Miss !:Ilia' 4 H Slat winner In the field crop
dining hall health lodge. a trading to1 read In order that an or. shown st local and county canning activities, She alto has servedas program he eittmatts crop
he Bible may become more menu phin and with exhibit. tsilstant leader at 4 H earnings tt $1.893,
nort, ranger quarter. staff geartell nrfiil In their lives.The nothing, h. attained great eminence camp
and an aquatic area on the letter follow as an engineer a humanitarian According to Mist Lambert and has received the Florida As a 4 H er Dykes says he has
lakcfmnt. November: SO 064 an author, and a the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Key Award and the LtngleyBell learned how to select and perpare

The Suwannee River! Area Council Dear Friends: statesman Modesty,courage, in. I Louis Lambert, "horn canningIs Award land and how to determine
serves 110)1 In 10 Florida and 'ETirAn overgrown ok, trgrity and great .dmlni..r.. one of the moat satisfying and A student at Peniacola Junior the amount of seed and fertlllier >
five Georgia comtiet including world village under the shadow eharact.rlstlc.{ his most marked economics! methods of preserving College, she says she has learned necessary to produce a

Gadsden, Leon, Liberty, Franklin, of the Sierras. Under the united His supreme pur.POM food" Her\ Chicago host was many skills and developed self good crop He alto hts gained
Wtkulla Jefferson, Madison, Taylor efforts of the Southern Bands. In life was to help crests the Kerr Glass Manufacturing confident In 411 woik. Her\ I telf-confldenct from demonttra-
Lafayette and Dixie In Florida Chngregational Lutheran and Independent would a better America" where people Corporation.Lamb parent are. Mr. and Mrs A. Cary lions and exhibits.
malarial ad-
enjoy moos
and Cblqultt Thomas Crady, Decatur [ pastors I had a classof vantages is w.1II hiv an slat winner In the Ellis Dykes, the son of Mr. and Mr*.
,
and Seminole In Georgia\ 38 adults, Taucht In a school opportunity for greater moral swine program hat rained 8S Rolf also a leadership winner James Dykes, was the guest of

i ulldlng under construction In a and spiritual development H. bead In six yean of project I.has supervised U boys during Arcadian Products Depirtment
cornfield a mile from town. One was untouched by finds ind work. In 4 It ht has learned two yean of project woi k. II.i .I Allied Chemical Corporation,
TEC Members irmuo work with the Corn and stood fir above ilf-eking. To bow to feed, car. for and ex, i also helped oiganit the South during his congress trip.NEED .
lulchol Indian trlhet They flowa rompir him with most of whit
Corn In to rbsen'* the class W. see on the current politl. 1-- _. .- --- ---
(Continued front Page One) and I ws* Invited to make the rat scene is to stand aghast at
return flight hut my schedule the deterioration that has taken
date Including general refunds and Idnt permit. lint meals each pl..... in private and pUblic life
deceased member refunds Is dRY with different famllle, Slept in America, lie left u* a gnit I
(182.60S.00Talquln In a humble but hospitable home example W* ne.d many vnlun.
Electric Cooperative and won a wager one night with leers to carry on the itrugg I* for kx. g hsr

was established In 1941 to serve a scorpion at to who was to occupy a better, sounder, and mor
this unnerved rural area of the the bedMAZATLAN Usllhy America. ,
The list third of his llf.
bur county area. From its small : A port City on was
inldened by the evidence of r ri
beginning it ha* to 13.000 the the a
grown nlcturesque<< peninsula on .
dtclln of the spirit of tndenend.em
consumer and has a total Investment Pa<<'lnl'. There II a Irtvelv pnln :. and Mlf-rallinr and the s
of shout I mlllnn dollars ned beach and I nieged const sulutitutlnn thenfur of a roll*. y
[It hat M employees and It hanfflcei dotted with huge fishing ships twist i philosophy i which sought i
$3,00 r In Quincy, Tallahassee and Woos privileged to he one of two security throuitn socialist, In A CAREER

llosford North American women Invited to'' our ninny visit during the last In art r eswr rise _,
The Cooperative la actually a the annual meeting 01 Oirlstla I twenty-Av years of his lit., h* c:..... .a worn, sin a aprn..w
member owned corporation Those Women Leaden of Mexico. Tie pressed profound misgivings' M.w
I WM K H U..* *..... CO.I .
This is the to people who receive service from following week I taught In the for the future ....rA
season ..
Its line are the mrmherowners Salvation Army Headquarter Herbert Hoover was eur thl. .e.-. raw sow
use color with abandon, I exclusively Policies of operating Made tome lovely new Mexican y-flrt: President. H* lived M.| _. h a..a.M eI

:ire set by a Board of electric friends who entertained me on longer after leaving the Whit. IMNUM Mm M 1...
mixing or matching to :directors who represent the I 0 my return hip.CtYI.iACAN, !louse thin my other I'mldent a er.y -
III eur history and the length of ..... ..
Cooperative districts The dlrecIon : Capital of the 'I. MM IIH IS
suit your mood. It'i easy to > his lift wn second only I to that i1 w .wa t-- -
serve without salary Adrian state' of Slnalo where monuments of second president JohnAdam. r ..-, ... .... HmH
play up or tone down a G Fletcher of Greensboro t* the fnimlalni and pretty parka our., who lived shout, Ave ..nmi MUM..
president ore named for famous men of the IriMM > pnNi W<
choose these month longer than Mr Hoover.i .
r tax IMMMd
costume-just Other director are M. B Bates, past, yet' the living leper are I i first saw Herbert Hnovir" In IMHHI.

famous nylons. VanRaalte' Jr. of Quincy P W Shelter, Jr., earetKkert In the cemetery and Kit when h* wis food sdmlnls. .,wr -.1-... ..
if Havana Gordon Plchsrd of bed down at night on the tombtones. tritnr. Mr olive In the War In. A.1..n-.r.to ... .a..an.nr.r .
., of course. Fallahassee, llsyne Herald of Spoke at the annual con duitrles Hoard was I... thin a ALw'51 slurry wu.aoa
Stretchable to fit size Mlccosukee, C C Omni of SpringCreek "ntlon for the Southern Baptist block from his In the food ad.mlnl.t.tlon. r.e"r rr. Am.. "' a .w,
every Daniel Stoutamlre of lionlord pastors and workers of the state, I saw him one low 1-n-NL.eaw y ..eats.. NMr./pUs
hand to perfection.Washableand Arthur Shuler of Bristol and LOS MODUS: A little boom while h* was President, hut my It__ass c rn-r.ei
J. Wright Clark d Mt Pleasant own 20 minutes from a tiny but personal acquaintance with him ; A-n.......,as.. '-y awrw asses
fast.drying. In a dazzling Is beautiful port called Topnlobampo did not begin until ten years '01-
E. Weaver of
Leon Qulnry ....... a.
late when r. tre-w
where and It Will privilegeto
shrimp are packed exported my te = _,.
of colors. the[ Cooperative general manaicr. -
I array The temperature was serv with him on several
inert 100, M I was glad the eommlltMS and to hiv a little wools w ,yet M SALICE' __
lasses were In the evening from part In some of his great cru
8 to 1:30.: Had an Arabian In ssdns. H* impressed mi .* very
l N. ttUlL Forestry ReportThe my dine With\ the '*.eda family direct In spMch and irtlon. Its IIAUTtCOUICI

The C.dadm County PheestryServla r ate fihtmma giant tea turtle" was a great economlser of words
and time. Its Will eager for In.
reports lie woort. ores' In The Martinet family served twineftk .N w. -w5Nfu.Yaar.
formation dlllgtnt In searchingfor .
I die past seven days. Number and alt the trimming The It and would llitsn itun- BOTTOMS OP .It ton I obvI use but lovely" Shirley TbedfordU ..
= Jutlerrei folks drove me to Tnpnohnmno Instead at surfboard at Dayton Itoarh.
fire since lively .. long *. my visitor had rldiiif chair float
this year add up to 2II.1urnlna for I shrlmn dinner port something to tell him. ,._ -
13.1 acre Number of wood fire lrIfo. Then with the Oimach lie wis kind and considers jcwr w
reported it this same Urn a year family of 12 we had "polio eon of ill, Including those who served
WYNNE'SEAST ago totaled (8, burning 3411 l mole" and a whole after la humble situations. lie had a D
aces. noon' conversation ""day.t the great mimory and In related
psntnr'1 home we had Spanish rice moment vast assortments of !
Rainfall In the Qulncy area e.
sod !bananas, potato pattte gsrn- fsrt and 1 Men would some turn
.
for week 7 TO I
the
SIDE of SQUARE :loedal past 4.00, Havana averaged I.eOj; and; Inked with tomato, and Iced limewater hung out of his fertile mind. lie ? ,j M >R.a. l .
ws simple, direct, forceful mil
he county avenge 6 77.M ._ On this work trip I passed by not given to ostentation hosst-
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prhlteeture ranging from Spanish fulness, or prld. No one everqueatloned O
I colonial cities tn pkhireemie his complete Integrityor
the lone Milos'that'fied dnuhttd his devotion In his
Indian village, tn
ind hll fellow citlwns,
country
cities at-
huts and a few
moat as modern at where you live ,

The scenery and climate was conantly "....... lI'nh. f..-..(..,,,.
changing from the Inwer- h. If.. oat 1t.41. till H*''.', 7F/clrf/-&OlZe/'J/
jl/4/ tog nigged sierra which surrnurw A'.. r..N. y. IOUIInoyd 4i
: ? huh green valleys to roo) plateaus I
e ; contrasted with palm.fringed tiprl
i beach and hsrhors for the
nllhlna fleets The return trip was '
ppered with short stone which : TOYS 1
revealed that a Hast hud been E. Subtr Buys
formed In Miuwtlsn for Illiterate M J
,, RetjUtortd Angus Bull ." r
work In the foundry that rnske "k J
PUZZLES TEA SETS
propeller for the thlps And In -
'epic, Maximo twain teaching In Floyd E. Suner Quincy, remity s
a nearby village Or of his group II purchased an AIwor hal already finished the tint ley- bull from w.It.1G..,, M. J-\

e rl and It beginning M read In Irk, Cnoegiw z DOLL CARRIAGES I
fj 4 t t the New Testament Others have

,,,ken our work to the Or andulcholet Th "" l COWBOY SUITS
always waters of Rocky Cnmlnrl r I
In the Sierra Not
;Wk In the vlrtnlly of U L.
do we see turn Immediate : )wen*' *store smith of town on the r COWGIRL SUITS I

remit Lake Talquln road, rose March
and
.,rrtr deraranort At the Christmas are being lights Instilledimughout \ e. extent that th* large CMKrrteIvert ., GUN & HOLSTER SETS

Ih fh. city I *m entoting was unibl to hindlo the ,
volume, nuitng a rouple i< largewashouts
"HUrtS PASTUATnd OTHER WESTERN 1
.
This md had to he
NO SAFERDOLLAR wishing you a very blessed t'tImlil repairs could he "' .... GEAR
Srvnl' And
Widiy a Happy IDOLLS
New Year font I The rd and llemlnt Flab Camp
nn hot Orhlorivme River pad he- I
In His Service ..... A
< the dun had eslenilve damage
! alb.Rains. to boil, cabin and ennfenl when MALEXANDER ,
I I $5.98
ANYWHERE several gate* on the Jfftuvm Bluff i up
Fall .dim KM to be opmd to aommmoriite -
: the kid ilen Th high II ,

(r-a.-.e. frm r*(. O.) water did m* mw the hlghwcy r l GIFT LOOA.HG< li
but filled an low tract and russet For
ection of the highway new the several section of a sheet metal I PAJAMAS Boy M Low
I than the dollar you save or invest at men MirUet 'saga culvertmt fat,, etwled around pnifivrty |J 4t to 8: A. $2.25.I

I beyond the lily limit on the owned by Carl BradweR leer proMctkM I
High Hrtdg Rd (had wsihont of deer and other gun. \1v I
FEDERAL SAVINGSI
LEON GIRLS'ROBE
fill both *lo..* although tnffM vas The Qulncy TetrfAnrw CnmpinyJnrted

i 1dWUiSf! mcmuuvd.Apperadnwtery. one-ourier mOeU. .. vhune*hl were(out ppmlnMlety Inr ttm* du III.1 J; and PAJAMA SETS $5.98 1J 1

U. I. M eHt of lime River to Ow .IfL Flout bt cue of
s bridg was flooded aVmnf the the City of Qulnry and Tibtuliir1rte i I Iit
I IT FQXtAl SAYINGS AND LOAN nlchI rrtday, ..........taUIIC cile :> OwprraUv *Jm received BOYS' and GIRLS' Will FIND I
of B rowl Water wu *ntovH a says dunc Ii
SINSUWCE CORP. with the conrret' budge !

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only a tiny percentage who look Dick Bates On
so even when they coma to the
THE training schools none leave looking .
that way. Most of the students Missile Cruiser
,..- INTER FESTIVAL OF at the raining schools look like
FARM and are like char children "They VSS CANBERRA FIre Cnnrol -
are from all segments of society, Technician Seaman Appren
FRONT from wealthy homes and poverty- tice Richard & Bates, USN, son
eNe stricken ones; they come from of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bates Tr ,
highly educated families and Illiterate of Qulncy, Is serving aboard the
BY DOYLE CONNER ones; their parents vary guided missile cruiser USS Can
.. COMMISSIONERFLORIDA from skillfully trained profession- berra, operating out of San Diego
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREThe al 1 people to drunken bums; their Calif.
II IQ spans are from the shadowy Canberra' tJ operating
region of near-menlal-retardation In Southern California C waters and
population expiation and to the 144 of a genius But will deploy to the Far Rat and
the trend vl Increased concentration Imported.The they have in common one slmlanly the U S. Seventh Fleet In Jamiry .
In urban and luburban areas firm's slogan? You guessed They are all the products -
have given! rite to suggestions for It1: "A meal without cheese is ol the society In which they One of the world's first
WALL'S King Cole Super Market creating federal government a new department and possibly of our like a kiss without the squeeze. live." ,missile cruisers It Is one guided of the
To strengthen them for a nor- first operational combat ships
cabinet rank for the to
a person I mentioned sometime ago that
mal, constructive place In our society capable of firing supersonic/ antiaircraft .
head 1t.Prior I
ersatz meats, synlheslced from should be of prime concernto guided weapons.
to the Kennedy-Johnson proteins obtained from soybeans,
and affects every member of
administration I doubt that there have Impressed livestock raisers our society. As Judge Hunt would This ship, with its associated
wan much enthusiasm Congress who sampled the products.A say "These Ire OUR children." radar and guidance systems for

FROSTY MORN BEEF STEAK for the creation of another de. prominent food scientist Dr w. must say, with John Donor I raft the "Terrier"missile, and represents other anti-air-a completely -
wrtment a Department of Ur- Emil Marcel frak, chancellor of who said it long ago: "No man isan naval
ban At/Hlri. the University of California at Hand) inline of It ache; everyman 1 new weapons system
Dedfically designed to further the
: However, the composition of the Davis, suggested recently that It Is a peace of the Continent, a U. S Navy's policy of countering
next Congress Is preponderately may be necessary to produce part of the main; If a Clot bee aircraft.
urban benidoi being overwhelmIngly "meat" In factories Instead of ashed away by the Sea, Europe
Democratic.. So it teems raising animals for that purpose, III the lease, as well as If a Pro- ON' STIDENT\ LOINS
ISRLOINb.79. I that sooner or later, a Depart if the world's population conStrues monlorie were, as well as if a
!ment of Urban Affairs will become I to rise at the present rate Mannor of thy friends or of thine Federal education authentic
a reality.In "We may tint It neecinry," Dr owne were; any man's death diminishes have been alerted by Government
the meantime, another' Mrak suggested "to eliminate the me because I am Involved auditors that collection pint
change II In the wind Plans are 'middleman' the animal processor In MANKINDE; and therefore toms have risen In the rollr e
STEAK afoot to change the name of the and Induce the farmerto never send to know for whom student loan program. In Nov tuber "
U. S. Department of Agriculture produce alfalfa or other plants the bell tolls; It lolls for THEE" 1962, there were (394 loons
the of Food and In so they be have been due and not collected while MX
< 10 Department high protein may The tapes now cut
Rural Affairs, or something close made directly Into protein products and will be shown between now months Inter the number had IIIpn -
that by plant and Christmas. to 22,997 The loans are
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proewiori. Every person
-BONE 8ge \ d Proponents of the change belev connected with the station showed I made under the National Defense
lb. It Is logical In view of the French housewives currentlypay plight\ In having done them. Education Act.
act that USDA now has the con- about 84 cents a pound for
acts and agencies for handling ahe hamburger and correspondinglyhigher Porpoises of the colony at Ma
local )level the programs, present prices for the better cuts BIBLE VERSE Inclond of Florida require less,
and future, for extending the of beef. Nevertheless, prospects than one second to Inhale and x-
FROSTY MORN BUDGET BRAND SLICED fI .... Great Society Into aU of rural are good for increasing U S. beef "118 hath hewed the' O man, hale their breath by explosive
w \\teat I III good; and what folk the bursts through the blowhole
America. to France.
exports Lord of than, but to do
require
breathing apparatus atop their
French Imports of beef from
and to tote and to I
I'm In sympathy with plans to all\ sources last year totaled about imtly oath merry heads _
upgrade both Incomes and living 7,000 metric tons. In only nine hiimhly with thy God? ;
BACON standards of our 50 million non- months of this year the total had 1. Where Is this verse found In
3 $100LARGE farm rural population, but I don't increased to 29,000 tons. The the Bible?
Ibs. think It is necessary to changethe sharp rise Is attributed to greatly 2. Who Is the author? UNDER A I}
name of USDA to do It. improved purchasing power of the 3, When was it written?
The addition of an Assistant Secretary French people.In 4. The author was a contemporary 5nllln
for Rural Affairs within France dairy cows are the of what major prophet?
FRESH DRAWNMULLET the Department as it Is now organized backbone of the meat Industry.
should be able to accomp- French cattlemen have found that nimera In Bible "'_
lI inn the results' being sought. U. S. grassfat Holstein steers, 1. The book of Micah In the
What is most Important, while those with pretty good conformation Old Testament. I l&.
plans for the Great Society are and a minimum of fat are 2. Micah, the sixth of the minor ..
lOc ring advanced Is to continue pretty well suited to their traditional prophets.
building In the public mind the : needs, USDA would call 3. Probably I In the eighth century ''
lb. mage of agriculture's Importance them high Commercial or low : B. C.
10 our national economy. 4. Isaiah.THE j'H
Agribusiness the nation's biggest .
business and the source of Good.YOUTH rLECTORALOTK :
FRESH PORK our greatest strength In peace or ASKS There Is a chance the Electoral
war. It would be regrettable If allege may face anotherxchalence -
) all that agriculture has helped this one in the Supreme
,
America to accomplish In the put For a Faith and a Challenge Court. Under the present system
100 yean should be overlooked Good Examples and Good Explanations he candidate who barely carries
.. Known Llmlti
STEAKS 3geFRESH because Its Identity Is lost in a sad Consistence And a state gets all of the states elec- T t.wn.ee
new Department name. oral votes. Critics say this gives 'a
Udelllo ." an
lb. "Unlng unfair advantage to minority

When the New York World's,' By Dorothy B. Alexander rains In the tog cities of the major After You See Your Doctor
Fair closed this Fall for the 1M4 Publications SpnlalliLFlorida swing slates.ANYONE Brlnit Your Prescription To V
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season, a New Orleans supermarket Division of
to buy F. P. May
chain was negotiating Child Training Schools
the huge 37,000 pound Cheddar I INTERESTEDIN
cheese displayed In the Wisconsin In a meeting of TV station officials PIANO LESSONS Drug Co.
State exhibit. a question was being discussed -
r PORK CHOPS After touring the U. S. this winter The expense of making two FOR THEIR CHILD Phone 627-7601
In a specially built glass refrigerated : video tapes of the chorus of the PLEASE CALL (27-7845 Quincy Flo.
truck, the 18V ton Florida School for Girls at Ocala
cheese Is scheduled to go on display (a school to which girls who are
OUR OWN PURE PORK CENTER CUTS FIRST CUTS again when the Fair halt adjudicated delinquent by the juvenile 1
next Spring for the second ofts courts. of Florida are sent
two' 'ason run. for rehabilitation), and the conclusion I
At final closing next Fall, the of several was that probably TO OUR FRIENDSIN
SAUSAGES chenw will be two years old and the expense would not be
59C 4ge ready to cut The cheese buyer justified for the "limited" number .
I
Ib. for the New Orleans market firm of viewers for which they Jell
of Srtwrgmann Bros plans to the program had appeal. QUINCY
sell first on one of their parking! The young woman who Is mistress
lots. He figures It will take about of ceremonies on the program
two weeks of selling to whittle the and who was most eager to
FRESH PORK SPAREr monster down sufficiently so it cane have the girls I make the tapes WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTENDA
> moved Into the store. ihort ovo you and me but
Calming to have the larges video tapes to the Industry), with
cheese assortment in the U. S., one tape of Christmas songs and CORDIAL INVITATIONTO
Schwegmnnn Bros offers 380 va one of secular songs, then produced
RIBS 49c rietles Including some 54 that are her "weln-the-hole" 8 ALL OUR FRIENDS
x 10 pictures of the girls. In one
l NEW RATE 'they wore choir robes and In the
other green or red skirts and and FORMER CUSTOMERSTO
1'08CITY white blouses with Christmas corsages
as refined and sweet-
FROSTY MORN PURE PORK PERFECTION CAB looking a group as you could find VISIT US AT THE
anywhere As the men looked at
25c In City the pictures 1 can guess with pretty

LARD No. 5 39c RICE 3Lb. 29cFACIAL Out of Town TripsIn their good minds surety as what I have went been through present CAVALIER RESTAURANTIN

Jug Bag on similar occasions. "Oh, my
Proportion goodness," their minds and hearts
PHONE exclaimed, "I didn't realize; they HAVANA
would look like this. Any one of
TISSUE COMO TOILET 627.8141 these could be my child. With Just

a few more pressures maybe on Good Food at Reasonable Prices
DIRECT TO CAB youngster this sort of thing

KLEENEX 2 Junior. 19c TISSUE 4p Pkgll 25c Night Phone 627-3277 :why could my this happen would to her.not appealtoev: and a warm welcome to all

"You Call eryone who has a daughter and
We're There"w. to all who are concerned for otherpeople's
daughters! It wu decided
A. MCLAUGHLIN to make the tape*) LIZ HAMILTON ALICE PRIEST
PENNY NO BOIL Owner and OperatorQUVCY. The "mind picture" so many
n.oRm people have of the "delinquent" Is
that of a 'tlQj hie'' There are
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!: TWELVE CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY THURSDAY DECEMBER 19. 1964
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New York, Dec. T With the 1 itt
Christina (chopping rush Wt'llUo 0
dor way It U good to know thai
each of us man woman and
Child has nearly $200 In ouch Al
trait the U. S. Treasury Department ,Y.
report that on Sept. 30 each $ /y 1Y
of ui hHd $1 GUS In puN nr < ..J
pocket, a figure reached by dividing
: money In clrralntion $38 :
168,434.366)) by our population ,

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Apparently cneouraced by thIs! ,
Americans have started off on nF4n 1 ,
what premium to be the spendirrl -
Christmas season ewer wilt
one forecaster making the pred' -
non that each family In the nation
will spend at leant $170 for a y
gift, for a total of $8.5 billion sr
Meanwhile, 3,250 mile south ofSanta's YASP'
legendary North Pole a
)neadiruarter, a leading manufacturer IC
of toy for preschool age F
children !. working round-trie* .
clock to provldee its hare of the
18 million toy delivered Christ- re
VIM morning Flsher! -Prtce Co., NEW $4'/ MILLION DISTRIBUTION CENTER, located on a 22.acre tract In Jacksonville I* designed to Y
of Kant Aurora N. Y. tells the serve more efficiently the company' store and customers in Florida and parts of Georgia and South Carolina 1 :.

w'-'rld "Our Work I* Child1 word.Play." The vast facility, which has Just been completed, include a 3Vi million cubic foot grocery and perishable warehouse -- _._-_.__...._-- -

And Century mean of It.Technical every Progress (center foreground) a-government-inspected-- meat warehouse (right) and a modern. A&P-Super- Market-((10 left). SECOND DSM fOR RETIRING COMMANDEK-Pruldent John -LITTLE CRAFT gives the
Today' technological change are I son pin a second Distinguished Service Medal on Air Force little mica an all-out air. Navy
coming faster than ever before In orgy and Its application to peaceful :I Second place on the engineer Ear Drop Cut Com Crop -, works effectively In temperature den. Thoma 8. Power, retiring commander of the Strategic muted plaid top has multi.
American history and actually are UK U the top developmentof list went to apace exploration and Weather condition in the Corn I, from minus 4U to plus 100F. Air Command, In a WhIte House ceremony In Washington. color vertical stripes. ric-raa
netting. the stage for another In- the century. I the possibility of landing a man Belt get a large part of the blame Solve special problem ol floodIng -I The President aid General Power has helped make the U.S.AIr edged whit collar and ileeves
1984 estimated to, stalling and gas waste created
In the opinion for
t" al revn'iillon. a corn crop
I within Force a "bulwark of peace" around the globe.jacP'T Tapered slacks are navy cor
the this decade. ,
on moon
of chain-saw:
pf alumni of the Columbia Unlver- Peaceful wen of atomic energyare be 13 per cent below 1963 In production by conditions
city School of Engineering and bringing a profound change In Manned orbital flight, they agreed and 4 per cent under the use For spring, 1965, a new I duroy.
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Applied Science nearly every aspect rt American has overshadowed the original average. garden prayer .taJ:1 -
Marking the centennial of the life, the engineer noted. Such 1901 flight by the Brothers oft mist to sharp jet. NOAH ?IUMSKUU.If .
school, its graduate were asked application include agriculture,I Wright. More widespread use of But thp1'@'* another reason plastic material of nozzle
to evaluate America' engineering\ medicine and all the sciences, an electricity and electronic was regarded and thl* other reason give some ly resistant to ''
advances slnre 1864 and a majority 'well a* aiding In the creation of ai the third most Import. com seed companies something wide range of chemicals I'I'puled'l
cited control of atomic en- new product and new Industries.1 ant advance of the century.__ to crow competitively about ac garden spray for
cording to Carglll, Inc., of Minute a new on-ihe-pot. pressing o.r
apoll, a major seed producer. thick loam rubber with a scorchresistant
Part of the reason for lowered heat-refiectlng aluminum
Christmas Gift IN production and decreased yield silicone cloth cover New and titi
I I. "ear drop," the term farmer unusual oil finish that penetrate l 1))
uw to describe excessive dropping wood to make It 25 per cent hard.
1 of ear to the ground before hall er. Brushed on, or wiped on witha
Y WesternWEAR vest. Modern corn picking ma. cloth the oil sinks Into the wood.
# fhlne mill the ear right: off the Helps put natural finish on luch EAR P404(4woutD
stalk, but ear that are on theennmd woods a* walnut, cherry, oak. Bowt.i.us Main wog
have to be picked up by Bit O" Business- The average Scone old TMa Attaye ''
hand. Many, perhaps most farmers American In 1963 paid out $235 In pica TAeAtASMITows.1AMN
prefer to leave them there slate and local taxes and taxpayer ( '" 1
rather than tackle that back- in New York paid the most,
brewing job.However $327 according to Commerce D.A NOAI4 Dais
Carglll\ said some Clearing House Adverse ef ,"maR w'cs' DO sown
I farmer this year planted seed varieties feels of the General Motors strike IMIT"'T10N' __ Wf.'l'C14'l"oU
that were tsllormsde\ to in October Included a drop of one MAPfINO' OUT BOWL TRIP-Three of the leading characters LIKE HAWK orNIIL
A
keen ear "n the stalk during dry, per cent In factory order from In tilt University of Michigan football cast Big Ten champs
'.\,. thPl'. Tr"we who panted other I the September level, the Commerce map out their ROM Bowl trip at Ann Arbor. From left are CONRAD
tints' Department states Reopening Coach Bump Elliott quarterback Bob ALBYRCsC, C4
varieties\ lacking rharact"a.1I Tlmberlake and .. ...
of the steel worker
i tic prohaWv would rather! CO"'I halfback Jim DetwUer. -
v'w III M "no dron" variety next year tract In January probably -
w dt I!,i| I* reasoned. I lead to steel stockpiling by consumer I
Science In The New Safetynirtneer *, the Industry believe .
I,, ae ready to eeeeeet I The nation' economic growth In'
w that the tr,*'Homl red tall l'rMl .. 1965 will be only slightly less than RICHARD T MORRIS
[l ell automobiles\ sunp'etnented In 1964, one of America' largest
with green end yellow Hunt to bank predict I I .
avoid the colllnlops that occur I
when the car in front suddenly i
'.low down green ll-ht\ would
i i.rmeftr as the car travel M.needi
FOR 40. dumping to velim RCA WHIRLPOOLAPPLIANCES
1lt\ I when the car neirlnt loWn I
"I'IWIIn" remain yellow pt'1
the car atr'Ptl. wbtN re* IHit I
.....,.M fi".ii m. TMs wmiM com-
MEN WOMEN CHILDREN .I sensate It I to ,hewed tee fmii'T of
to ll i outekivnnwn'h
om. tvm re
I that the e* cbead '* s'rw- END OF YEAR CLEARANCEIN

olio dowse H-llnm. virtually
I imnoHM t" America's P! frw? TIME FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING!
HATS PANTS BOOTS .r,m bus horn fIIIt to """ to
'Spin O.eenn Vimhennen set IJwirnn BARGAINS IN QUALITY APPLIANCES
1'1\ not r* euevrd terrain. Hrt-

SHIRTS BELTS JACKETS lifting M.ni.fllM and halloopo carrvlr"*loge re dnvlre mnuN"' wetehw\ has of t l

i 1 a ton or more and the
rlimlnnted' the need for some new REFRIGERATORFREEZERCOMBINATIONS
I needs rive the: hie al niiK
Line of Western and dome end they won't roam Is the
Wear .
Complete Riding
.1o-sn of *He"M w'th' lush alfalfa rfant-
with cotton tojvnis
tree aldp.hYofIlc1e
weep bum out of the cotton. 1-

QUINCY FEED MILLS I The the the cotton.buns alfalfa from wen crossing found to over keep' to 14 Cu. Ft. with Automatic Ice Maker $269.00


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I At TempleEvangel Church Services 'December 16 Elem. News Buried MondayFuneral Lists CalendarThe Club To MeetThe C-P High SchoolOn

In Christ will Tempi observ Church of Cod I and Superintendent Joseph Long, Sr.I' The Carter-Parramor P.T.A. AU of tit were very enthused services was held Mon Sunshine Band Auxiliary C.-P. Boosters Club will Friday December H, 1364<<
Sunday, associate Powell E. Wood will hold
lit regular meeting, toward the end of last week because day after at 4 o'clock from the,
December 13, u Annual Women berrv. annnnrw.r c.m/tu" Wednesday I I will be entertained by Mrs. Ethel stage Its meeting Thursday evenIng at 7:30: p.m. In the School Cafe-
evening, December lb we thought that our basketball SI Michael and All Angels Episcopal December 10 7:30 torlum
Day. Stokes ; : p.m. at the the Band and Glee Club
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School will commence 9 45 m' 7 30 home Thursday 5
: a' ', : p m. President V. D- Kelly I teams, the mighty Rams Church for Major Caleb J p.m. Blue Moon Grill, Gretna. President of Carter.J>
arramors will
Mrs W. H. Wynn, Missionary Teachers and pupils art asked to : all teachers and : All members are attend. present
urges and parents to Remettes would "run over" A Paddyfole former military urged: to Wallace E. Ellit all their annual Christmas
worker will be the speaker for report on time attend. Foremost on the agenda Salem on Friday. But boy, we commandant and counselor at Supt. Parthell Galney announces members to attend There urges are "Behold The Star"Recital. entitled -
the orcamlon. She will be Introduced The morning worship service will be reports from the annual were rained out. even out of Florida A&M University, whodied that Sunday School will commence several matters of vital Importance The public Is cordially Invited
I by Mrs. H. T. Sorey. The will commence 11 a.m. Rev. A. II I carnival recently held. Other mat- school: Wt noticed that torn of her Wednesday afternoon 9:30 which needs Immediate at to attend this affair.
speaker ii weD versed and experi Hunter, pastor in charge. He will ten will pretaln to completion of! Die eleven thought that we wen-1 Death came to Major Paddy. a.m. Teachers and pupils are tentlon. Included also on the No admission fee will be
enced. be assisted by Reverends W. A. the years wander mn rams and- going to buck 32 degree weather tote at the Florida AIM University urged to attend. annual Christmas affair. charged
The inltal services: Sunday Campbell and Carrie Jackson The; planning for the last session i of Monday to play the game. They Hospital where he had been, The YWPA. will meet at the
school. ..will commence 1.0. ..m Junior choir and Junior ushers i the school year. Your interest In brought their uniforms, especially receiving medical treatment ford a church, Sunday at S p.m. Miss
Card of
can muuie A. Lawson, miaway: will serve throughout the day. your chllds welfare U manifested numbers 12, 25, 1, 2, I an I short time before his death. He Willie M. Dudley will entertain Thanks I Card of ThanksThe
will serve ai guest supt Her staff Auxiliary Board One will meet 1 I by your attendance 0. had been in ill health for several members and friends of the JunIor Mr. Thomas Williams Jr. wishes family of the late Mr. John
U composed of he following persons with associate board at ML Zion Meet the teacher for this week Yearn Mission, Monday evening. to thank everyone for their kindness Henry Smart, Jr., wishes to thank

: Mrs. Rebecca Wright, Socrelary Primitive Baptist Church 4 p: Grand Lodge Mrs. Vernadian Fagg Gadson,, Born June 14, 1891,, In Jamaica The Senior Missionary Society get well cards, visits, donations each of you for your kind acts
Mn. Vivian D. Kelly, m. Sunday. They will give their teacher of IB, Is the daughterof British West Indies, Caleb Joshua will meet also Monday and will and prayers while being shown during our bereavement
MM F. McCTay, Mrs. A. L. Williams annual Christmas dinner at that Mr and Mrs. Robert Green,, Archer Paddyfote was graduated be entertained by MrsMoriah confined In the hospital and also I through cards letters of condol-
Mrs. L. Robinson, and MnI. time. Mrs Luellen Johnson chairman Session Begins and the wife of Mr. Jimmy Lee from Tuskege Institute In 1913. Corker.A at home. May God bless each expressence flowers calls, food

Fields Mrs. Essie M. Batson The Annual session of the Uadson. She is the mother of two I He was married on October 21, special\ call meeting will beheld :o( you. and other expressions Again I
will review the general lenon Mrs. W, L. Francis announces Emancluatod Americana children ages S and 8. 1914 to Miss Adele D. Johnson. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. All mem- Thomas Williams Jr. want to thank you all

and Mrt Sarah Moor will give that the Laymen League will 1 Saturday, December 5, 1964.began at Mrs. Gadmn received her B.Sdegree Those survivors are: Mrs. Mozel I ben are requested to attend. _and family Signed Smart Family
remarks. I meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. St. John A ME. Church. Lodge in Elementary Education I Paddyfote, wile. One daughter,
The morning session will commence 'I' Edd Alexander. Sunday. 4 'Dm 6, Sim !I. Wilson, Worthy Shepherd from Florida A and M University, Mrs. Inez Carr, Washington D.
at .U The..opening devot Stewardess Board Two will 1 entertaining Feburary 19GO She It a memberof C.; two grandsons, Ira Dell Carr March of Dimes Volunteers
sonar services win D* conducted d I 11 meet Sunday, 4 p.m. at the home The session the F.STA, FAMU Alumni Washington D. C.j: and Robert Help
by: Mrs- E. M. Batson, Mn. E. of Mr and Mrs. Council Andrews commenced prompt Association, the N.E.A. and the Carr Tallahassee; one brother,
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Cooper Mrs. A. L. Wllllamt and I 11 Mrs. Elizabeth Andrews chair am. with devotional Cadtdcn County Teachers Association. John Paddyfote London England
Mn. U Robinson. Music will be man. being conducted by Rev W. B. and several nieces and nephews Parents of Birth Defects ChildrenPicture

furnished by Idway Junior Choir, President Joseph Long Jr, announce Bryant. She resides In the Robertsvllle In the United States! Jamaica
Mrs. Eddie M. Davis will offer that the ACE. LealtUeI Worthy Shepherd D. V. Arm- community and It a member of B. W. I., and London England
the prayer. Scripture will be read 11 I meet S p.m. Sunday. Mrs. stead brought greeting from the Mt. llosea Missionary Baptist a child crippled
by Mrs Eliza Smith. The ocass- W. M. Long, directress In charge: Lodges of the order, and expressed I Church by a severe birth defect.
Ion Mrs. Luree Houston. Welcome Evening worship, 6:30 p m. Sun- a desire for a most pleasent This dynamic teacher has St. James A
In behalf of the church, Mn. day School Board will meet, Monday meeting taught here at Springfield for tragedy? Unmistakably. r ,. .h NCN

V. D. Hamilton. Introduction of 630: pm. Official Board Welcome was extended by Shepherd :five years. So long until next Church News But how severe are the '
speaker and the addnesi will; meed, Tuesday, T pm. Junior Sim }I. Wilson, which was ,week. effects on the parents of this DIMES
follow. Presentation, Mrs. Leola choir rehearsal Wednesday, 7:30: highly accepted, The Drat offlcal Reporters, Dorelha Wright! child? What ii the extentof
Williams. Solo Mist Donella p.m. Senior choir rehearsal, session Included roll call of delegates I and Cherry Green. Thursday evening, 6pmRev. their shock and
Andrew. Invitation to Joiners Mrs. Thursday, 1 p.rn. and registration A General Ors Mae Bridget will have chargeof suffering?
T. Davit. Observations Mrs. E. discussion! by delegates was held prayer services. Attention all Dr Hans Zellweger. a well- t
Cord, otfetory, Mrs. Julia Hill, which was centered around Ways C-P Opens Cage members that are expecting to known professor of pediatricsand
Mrs. Iris ,Smoak, Mrs. C, Lanier Last Rites Held and Meant of Improving the organization graduate In the class of '65, Car- genetics at the State Uni
and Mn H. L. Robinson.The by the delegates. Season At HomeThe ter-Parramore High School and verity Medicine of and Iowa medical College director of

youth program will come I For Mrs. Crooms Dr. W- A. Jackson a member of are members of St James A.M. of the March of Dimes-sup r
Carter Parramor
Wence at 8 p.m. and the feature the faculty Florida A and M University basketball Lions E. Church are asked to meet, Immediately ported Birth Defects Center si.r f -
what It planned a most Interest spoke from the following team will engage, after prayer services, there, reports that in hit experience
discussion. The participants are: Funerallel'Vlrel for Mrs. Marie "What it The Demonstration Man Munroe High from Albany, Ga, Thursday night 80 per cent of the
Joe Banks, Mist Ann Wright, and C. Grooms was held from Mt. Power Program", FAMU Mulll- Saturday evening, 8 p.m. at home. Friday evening 7:30: p.m. Rev parents of defective babies
Alphonso Carmel Primitive Baptist Church, This will be the first home game Ora harbor unwarranted feelings
Sparks: The devotional Occupational Man Powed, "Area Mae Bridges will entertainat
Tuesday, December 8 3 p.m. She of the season for the Big 9 North of guilt
services will be conducted by which may be served by the project home members and friends
Alonzo Hamilton and Stanley died at home, Shiloh Community, ," The kind of training which Conference champions. of the Pastors Aid Board. He believes that they, Ilk.
Mist Friday December 4 2 I.m. following The C.-P. Lions suffered double their afflicted child
Cord. Rebecca Wright will may be given. The group listened Sunday School will commence need help. I
serve at Mistress of Ceremonies and extended illness. The to the facts and It desirous to defeat on last Saturday in Albany. 9:45 a.m. Junior Supt. Clarence For that reason h* It about to
Others to appear on program are ,deceased It a native of Gadsden help put the project Into action. The Cubs Jolt by a narrow, two Nealy and teachers in chargeThe organize. group therapy "clas
Mist Ethel Wight. Miss Vivian County, lived for a number of The Auditing Committee Inform. point margin, while the seniors Junior department will be ses In which troublparentscan to l {.
:yean In the Shiloh Community, lost by a wide gap In talk among themselves and
Wright, Mist Barbara Bryant, ed that the financial strength of charge throughout the day.
where she /It well known. The score at half time was with medical experts to discuss
Mrs Eddie The
James service
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Mrs L. R.Kvans the order is $63,1'.13.30. The mom- morning worship
Julius Fisher Mn. EssieWoodberry Several years ago she became Ing session closed at 1 pm. for nearly even, the locals having will commence at 11 am. Rev the problems created by this I MARCH Of DIMES vclunt.tr aid In easing the psychological and
Mrs. Etta Inactive by a spell of sickness, more field goals, but the host Everett will be In charge. family tragedy.Dr. ether problems
J, Colston, dinner, which was served buffet Gary confronting parents of children with birth defects.
Mrs. prior to that time the wan gainfully ,team was awarded more charity also Zellweger points out that
Martha Lefall Mrs. Euretha lie will bring the evening Above
Cord empolyed by a local busi, style tosses. The defeat how-ever is a more than a quarter of a million at Mandate, Minn, parents and members of March of
and Mist Rosetta Thorn message.
ton nets concern She joined Mtl The afternoon session resumed non conference affair. Miss Alice Houston will enter babies are born every year Dimes chapter listen to lecture en birth dofocts by Dr. Warrtn
Church at 2:30: p.m, with Worthy Shep Coach Charleston Holt Informs in the United States with birth Warwick
Carmel Primitive Baptist tain members and friends of pediatrician, .f University of Minnesota Medical SchooL
herd, V. D. Armstead In chargeA that this has the defects-among them blindness
squad
and It also a member of the Good years Stewardess Board S at home. All
Jackson Heights Shepherd cedar I lively discussion followed. A potential to again cop the conference members are urged to be present ities, deafness, missing and extreme "Also they are in need of a I evening lecture, exchange
imperfect spines
,
resolution was read by S. H. Wilson nervous
and
Funeral services were largely crown, possibly a Evening worship will commence healthy dos ot truth about "traumatic" experiences, and
Recreation News attended by members of the which suggested that an threat for slate honors. Walter atSp.m. crippling i systems I and many. other birth defects," the adds. "That discuss such practical problem
church and friends. The Rev. annual of .75: a member. The Moody, the Greensboro lad, along Visitors attending services Sunday guilt and humiliation I Feelingsof in the truth is that to far as medical at getting their handicapped
By Timothy lane T. L. Geter delivered the eulogy annual election of grand lodge with Alfred "Gar-Go" Johnson, Includes: Mrs. Rachel Thomas parents of these children are science knows, by far the ma small children into the ele
Registration Contlnuret for all A short program preceded the officers was held and conducted All-Conference forward ar two Mrs. Lois Thomas and Mrs ccmmonplac and hive been jority ot parents of a defective mentary schools.
I by D. J. Morgan grand lodge which could the baby have no reason to reproach .
Boys Interested In playing PeeWee eulogy. : players help tills Godwin. for centuries lie explain that Volunteers Well Informed
or Junior League Basket The survivors an Willie Crooms member The results are as follows team to go places unfortunately this tens ofshams the linger themselves of or to point Up to 75 parents attend the
ball. All boys In the fifth through husband, Mrs. Queen England, : Most Worthy Shepherd, H Saturday nights! game should persists even In the "en. other partner suspicion in at the monthly! gatherings of the
Sib grades are eligible to play. I Mrs. Bernice Grimes, daughters B. Davis, A. I. Dixie, Vice Most be a thriller, from the opening! Rev. Grant lightened" 20th century, although marriage Child Development Center
Boys In the 5th and 6th grades Mrs. Sallle Cox sister John and Worthy Shepherd. D. J. Morganwas whistle Both teams will be going the Individual pediatrician five March ot Dimes chapters in Parents Croup, at Children
wilt play Pee Wee Ball and the Robert Cox brothers. Interment elected to the Board of all-out; to avenge the defeat suffered today does all he or she hold Minnesota meetings ot counties now Hospital 1, San Half;
7th( and 8th grades boys will makeup was In the >St, Mark Cemetery, I Directors In Georgia Passes AwayRev. can to combat It month to discusr means parents of each rid of the necessary tln.nciallup.
the Junior Boys League. You Slmms-Jackson Funeral }Horn In The final session of the grand Help It Expanding ding themselves of their un port comes from the funds of
may pick up slips to register[charge lodge commenced Sunday 11 a.m. 4-H Group Sets J. S. Grant pastor of Mt. Help for those grief- and justified feelings of self-re the Birth March of Dimes-financed
from any of the coaches at Car- I The group worshiped with the Zion C. M. E. Church died at guilt-stricken parents it being proach. Usually they are also hospital.Defects Center at the
tor-Parramor High School and congregation of St. John Rev G home Friday December 4 following provided by March ot Dimes addressed by a pediatrician
All the
at the Jackson Height Swimming Junior Parents Farmer, pastor Installlon of newly Meeting Dec. 11 a very brief illness. He chapters on a crowing scale in Ind are Informed .hn"t 'h. .nna_ eninusiastic. tponsorlng chapters
Pool during the hours from three elected officers was held tol Ail ..H Reoresentatives wiDpll'all I lived at 1350 Harrison Street, several sections of the country. progress [ March; of Dimes formed volunteers ana at well-in these
to five. (lowing the final session Jacksonville Florida. lie is a native Actually, most of these research grants in birth de meetings
Night PlannedThe meet If 111 South Monroe parents aren't In need of medical tests at leading on whom to call for
Tryouts will be held on Thurs St., December 11, S to I:30 I ot Sumter, S, C had lived In I treatment, but they are in affiliated medical centers university and help during the March > of
day, December 17, 5 pm. at the Hospital Report p.m. for the first discussion on I Jacksonville for 42 yean. He need of tome psychiatric help laboratories across the nation. Dimes campaign each Jenuary
Jackson Height Recreation Park. Junior sponsors of Carter organizing 4.H Community Clubs,, formely pastored charges i ID and the opportunity to talk I At Houston Tex when funds are raised nation.
the
All boys planning to play Pe Wee Parramore High School have tot Admissions: CedorU-k Mitchell time and place of meetings and I Walterboro and Leesvllle, S. C over their problems with others County Chapter hat,established Harris ally.Other
or Junior League Basketball must aside December 14, 1964 at official Marie Croons, G. B. Burgess Jessie Community Leaden. You are and Jacksonville, Florida. He was I similarly afflicted," according a Spins Bifldt Educational As- March of Dimes chap-
register by tryouts tune.MEN'S Parent Night. This meeting Is H King Laura Caldwell [)oI. asked to contact former membenand a member of the East Florida to Dr. Virginia Apgtr. directorof socistion which meets ten around the country are
monthly
BASKETBALL designed to acquaint the parents lie Mae Holmes, and Pamela Baker Interested persons concerning Conference C M. E (]march. Pre- the division of congenital ma seminar room at Texas planning banish neediest similar projects to
feelings of
All men Interested In playing of all eleventh grade students Qulnry: Charles S. Smith, the Idea of community clubs and Presiding Elder W. C Gltnnagan malformations of The National Chlldrens Hospital Fifteen to among parents of children guilt with
basketball In the adult league, with those teachers who Ire directly Roscoe Oliver Annie Pearl WOOlly, solicit their membership Please and Presiding Bishop E. R Foundation-March of Dunes. 20 sets ot parents attend the defects.
pleas get In touch with one of the responsible for Instructing Estelle Williams and James McBride bring a report In on membership Murchenson associates. He had -- ----
following peraont: John lIulIl" them It It intended to acquaint Havana: Annie Lee Patterson Permission from your parents been empolyed by the Niles and
Randolph MiMilllan Sam ) the parents with the many problems Sneads; Silva Lee Harris, At- must be given to attend this meetIng Smith Realty Company and Tow-
Ilutley. that exist between students and Annie Lee George, and transportation responsiMlltlet en Hardware Company of Jack '
Odetter Carter I tspulgut Sp& t'f
Jackson Ilelghlt( or Swimming Hop by Pool the I and teachers and the numerous Grotrta. must be assumed by parots. sonville.. lie Is survived by his yU RNE !! d dReaders *
Grant and !
durln gthe hours from 3 to 1 policies governing the entire student A transistor radio will be wife Mrs. Angelina
Then will be population.All : : BIRTHS: Robert Lee and Annie given the lucky name drawn at his chlldrens. Funeral services are
ball organization a Men'i Basket parents of the students Involved Lee George, boy Dec. 0 the meeting! you must be presentto Incomplete I By LESTEB I. COLUMN KD.
and planning are extended a cordial Invitation win. Russell H. Stephens Asst
meeting at the Jackson Heights to ahem hit Information The Florida Development Commission -County Agent.A While alcoholic's own desireto
Swimming Pool Monday December -al "Chat and Chew" Tim 7:30: hat announced IS new help himself Is vital he must Are Asking
14, 7:00: ,.m. All persons In December and have from Ms family and .
pm 14,1164 at the Car manufacturing plants five man In office Is usually appreciated also help -
teretted In the Men'i Basketball 1 I ter-Parramor High School Cafe- major place In> If at all, when he gets ,friends, according to the Florida WHAT
League are asked to be present torlum. Florida a ringlOctober.. out ft office ''Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program. causes whit patcheson The immediate us* of tee or
1 I.!:!. the face and neck? Ice compresses Is soothing and

This skin condition 1s known beneficial for sprains! minor
u vitaiga. it may occur on the burns and Insect bites.

hands, too. High fever can be effectively
I These whit patch* ar duo reduced by sponging the body
IS FOR to the absence erf pigment with cool water.
(melanin) In the akin. The actual e 0

cause Of this loss of pigmint Why should baby teeth be .
baa never given dental care when they are w1 D
t beet satisfactorily going to tap out anyway and Ah.c

deter be replaced by permanent
P
.. mined. teeth fBaby

PRINTING Dormatolof teeth 6>*err* proper
Ills (specialist dental attention. Each baby

In condition tooth "..ve. a place" for the .p
of t h* permanent tooth which will replace

skin) are testing 1 It Whoa they are loot ( +
various dragstor too early, th* position of the
Dr oIemaa restoring permanent teeth c4 lie affected. t t
pigment to do- vuLITTLE
LETTERPRESSand prlved akin trots. The total dental structure, w

The problem of appearance and even the snap of the
can be solved by using eosmoUcs mouth and Jaw caa b* alteredby

to time the whit the premature' loot of baby
patch*.
.. .. .. tNUl.
: CRAFT five the
0
When a person wakes from a What Information little mina an all-out air. Nary
doe a doe-
1 muted plaid hat
i deep sleep with a fooling of tor obtain from a -smear" of top mulU-
color
numbnoo and tinglingot the [the Booe or throat? vertical stripes rtc-rs
arms. 1* It a cause for edged whit collar and sleeve
concern A
microscope .,
study tueh
Tapered slacks
OFFSET TAlmost are navy cor
1 smears tall show the pretence duroy.t .
/ always this dlftrooslnr of unusual cells In Ute BOMuggertlv

fWiMUoa nan that of allergy. and a
the blood supply to the arm wide8I1atr of Other possible'
i waa reduced by unusual conditions NOAH tfuHMiLNewsViews

Sales Lileralure Letter Heads posttiosi during II..,. Pressure smears are also studied by

from the weight of the body culture to determine the germ.reapoaatbie 11ll
act almost lake a tourniquet
for
particular kind
Business FarmsG and interfere with circulation.YYhea of Infections..

the pressure .f weight smears tall be taken too,
I* removed, the numkaeca
HOB from other
part of
Ute body
Tags and Labels rr disappear and It Mowed by like the cervix at the uterus
) tingling asj the blood em nd on** reveal valuable mfotnatloa -
apia surge through the
arm. for the diagnosis and

Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service a n et frequent of the arms attack or legs of should snunb- early Walls treatment Dr. C..of..disease.....< D

be studied for th. .. EAt'IOAit4oua.1us
potodbUttyot .-,. I. sets.ndsvHu.1 /-
sumac anatomical variation *.M.r reel.rsisee' MallP fbsR
627.7649 from the normal. I
toes
geet me tea *a tee
I ever ,.....,. .i4 was w'eM, pest twwwtyi'n.i
J !I Ii I For what conditions art cold are e/ f eMral taler***. .....* (..)
application nor desirakl feW brier f* Dr.
Coleuses feMr
than hot applications? j ./ IMt MVSMSW.. DAR atCAs. t5oealauq

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES O 1SK see I'-.. areas. Ike.) saa Do ssemerattOsts
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A barber M Nogalo.. Arts, Words of the Wise I cnaAlgtaRT,4
IS South Madison Strut bas this alp ported eats de hi* CMfosoloa of our f salt* la pi
\ shop: -WI tall 11M your bead la the a.* thtac to saMceoM*.
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''I' OIT FLORIDA. IN AND
)I ,If ADSDfcN! COUNTY. 1-1
IDRuRENT I II '{l'F"V.
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FHIGIDAIHE ""11' 10 BY PI'BUCAT10NJKA
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ritlntlff.AMES
FOR RBNTl One rnro* 1.41...... ...
toms for //100. *n* two ..... FRANKLIN I.
r.'m kern for lie 01 A Ii Dtfn4at
with pollihed oak rr.o: Ills TO' ,."'>.. Pt.nkll.
bath and kltohca and all aiod I, I Ni "
are **a..nlnra. T'bB ril,ner C .,J,IH,,,. Ohl 't 4I
G'..o.boro. Fla, HI Itt li* nit Ward paper te the wn..th
'I <" HI 11thFOR I I'IIJ u11 AttN HRRBBY NOT tW*e(a tyuare el ua aUtor'*toned
i that a nplalnt for dl- fawn rubber. ln.*rt flnfon into
rue ha. been filed ca4net you behn fot
tit are required I. ..... tunvgrlp tondlng.PEIION .
I. 'p, of *, or pleading
RENT th* Xmpl.Int en the plain

!;.11:a attorney_ _,._ Johaeon and
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,1'.1 Vtaihlnitna itr.n. Qulnry1 I rj
Modern I Bedroom infurnlahed F""l'Id.. ., end rile th. or'III".
,.n..r or hleadlnt In the ottl.t .
Apartmmt. Located b lh. Clrk of th. Circuit: I',>url 1M the mnndtne for ptrtltt In n last?
duplex at Til W. Wanhington.Hllhln LEON "n or b.roro IM the 11 day of Doom .net of bread crnmht d.d.lr.=: and Romano cheese*

walking dUtanco ol I belt rout to Itft *o, a t>*< MOBILE HOMES 'Pro onfeiMi will bo taken M Itr Ittelf to prepare-ju.t coat; thin bake. It't n dellghtful c-'m.
.bop*, ochool and ehurdlNotan 'ailnit you for the relict desmended torl. pllment I for baked ham cored with dI."". and pineapple cube*.

Stlet Service at(n Qiilnry Ih* ComplaintDatxl Ctadpdea. (Conn I and age noroue mIred green .I.dt tparked with more (rate.Icheen.Truly

12.,111. during buidneaaknura ty. Florida, thl. Ilih day ot Novrmber America' li n Joy to the bl'.. and ber guests,be they many r
makinghlatory in
the
or 1274214, after I po.... New Moon. Valletta. A. D. IMUK .. horn with Imagined I lust alit
Gardner Crier, Stewart ( :Al.> I with daub and surrounded by more color than ever befor\ Tartan Bananne

Nice clean Died TrtUen I EDWIN SACK Biggest newt of all U tht renewed |nt rt In the matter bed; (.WatMllerirmfl)

I' and 10' Wide I (.Counl7MFloridart room-for relaxation, for sleeping, and even for eating/ !II wn it? IreaJ rumba IwrpooM mule
By a/Oma M HathrorKDeputy Crackert bed 1/4 cup grated 1'."",.." butter
3EAl We trade for furniture ni Clrk in no-but e and Romano threw 4 large semi-rlp.
bench. binintS
the foot of the bed
Florida
Qiilnry tin well Karly
ER4TES anything el valueWe Nor It It, Dec t. It It nerve a rntHitude of purpoeet con'.mpor.110'American and deeigi.i 1teaepoon..ll. 1 tableapoonl.mon juice

Have COOL SEAL Includmc, a mKmght or morn. fue to effect! the epltom acceteoriet In n ptrev pie plats' rnmllnc bras erumlt! rheran end ae.lt
NOTICKtS log mirk A charming dining of tophittiration and charm Blend well, Stir In melted bulter) mitt well i+et and. feel t.aenanat
iNSIIAAIIQ U. 8. 10 li mile went efTalquin I TUB CIRCt'IT COl'RT OFTUP area, erected with small thla room feature! furnltnn I: Coat well with lemon juice Roll In crumb mixture, noel, t
Inn. tiitrosn jinuiAi. cm. round tab!. and pull up chain from lleywood.ttaktaeldi) fa all .1.1.1 .rll.I.I.( ... in lightly buttered IE II x2.In.'h pan BaL ''a
i 1'1"1'. IN ANt FOR OAPrfDEN will enhance any bedroom endoip.nd moue I'ublH-k Hraae collection moderate oven ..; Tlire. b.dtoom Tallahattee. Florida ('flINTY UAIPA. IN it. livtabtllty' browned.To .trt slits bananae .,
FUR RENT i IIASCKRT!: AUK NO I.ItlBLUKMC Th .. dtiifnt are ef tolli i half lengthwiM and serve I," I
h, use with I btthi. tare living : W.U ILI4)N. This Idea la ihowo hero In a maple and are nniihed In it icconiPtnlment with I baked bam, rout lout ot Pork or porlC
r. m and bark dining porch room larte. kitchen*(ren 1212 Weal TenneeMO j ri.lntlft' room designed for the It.,. mellow.toned cinnamon hue. i 1 rbopa. A How one-half banana p.r Nrting,

1..u.l., I.t' h. 111 car port V, Ilih and 1trst4.f7'St large Phone S22.1511 [r.EMORY not'ai.A* and IARAHR wood Gardner: Wtkefield, N....I and Company lelnrttj J by ef In lleywood color.are.hand accent piecet an:
tt IX>I OI-AH' bin .ir*. JOHN >'amity Cirri -decorated and Peaches 'N Cream Cheese Cookie Pie
ISIS : Magailna be
to
r.1I or- y __ I1t<:U. And lit. HFIU HI. wir. live addedI Intemt and tempo I
= Unl.h' two \ -- -- TUB pmrBur: or FIRIPA orTUP ,. shown to over 11.000.000 lam. to. the bedroom decor Utn II
fiR RENT I
}
lly Circle ,.....
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BHIW-OPAL .r.-III color-in
houn 11 .tllen out ofSown. TROTKHTANT, color, natural wood
b.iroom FUturea Electrical L train
I Plumbing TMWAITID-Attwnpt. au
141 month, it Inl.reaedx111 CHI Rl H. el alA I the January iaiuiture special r... thentic detirn combine for
StT'tIe1b. if Suppllet. Pipe and Flllinga, "' 10. InC to fly from Spain to Uluttratinr t How Inviting and an
All prona clalmlnr any ..!.<',1 eirltmg decora,
Water Htatert. Til Board. Montevideo' Uruguay, mulled America Can Lire
Downtown, round rliht. till* or Interxt In, or lien room*. ting concept that la typically
HK\T:
t floor'IR office >pa<... Inqulr at III Caa and Oil Heatert upon the real property herein Artentlno Prettdent Juan A handsome eiunple of how American.
): Wuhlnglon Street or call I.;. icrlbd. or any part Ih.,*..,. D. Peron wan placed under

t .:t. .. IrFOR TIT!!: STATE 1)oi.nd.nl.OK FLORIDA TO: afloat u he left hit plane In 1

RFNTt Aprtmnt for renton ROCCOPIPE All pron rlalmln iny **'.1" Rio de Janeiro, Brail. and
tOt Went Wuihlnaton' Street rlnht. till. or Inierett In. or lien ordered back to Madrid. Bra.
I 'upon the reel property herein Treasury of Decorating Ideas
C.II MAIn T..',till,from ..a. tf ,Ienerlhrd 01 *n>' pert Iheriot nlllan nuthorltlan lAid they

& SUPPLY CO. Uetendenie, Orertlna .topped Peron becnuae he 1."Malty .
You are h.r.by noli fl." that a "
undealrable to the
44 YEARS or SERVICE proc-tedlnv I* Quiet Hale ha* bnurouaht
FOR RENT In the clrrult' court for pnaent Argentine regime Her11 itorthoute of Meat
To Title Area .1ad.don Counly. Plorlda' .1I.'n. ) i for treat moot penontl ol the
nil n..nn. rl.I..lnll any ..Iet. ill l )
PHONE 222 IS37 InJ
ertu that of
,.., beautifying your ,i
right till or Int. '0. or Iron
I
1110 S. Monroe Street noon. the follnwlnc deM-rlbed home, Thi full-color, 100-
Office SpaceAir TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA rf>l property. ultuiie In tlddi 1 l peg book grew out of the ta
i uniy. riorlU. to.wit need to lutlire. the new oVmeniltni

!'!::'.! ,1. Hriln thlrty: -*four t a point and one Ntrenty thousand elaht \ ;' In dec Ing made

Conditioned hundredth (I 0" "I) root "...ull.I potilbit by nun-mode mitt
end Ono IhouMnd on. hundred t+ hula iiitidy f mow for their t
WILCO BUILDING HOMESKInoberry I and Ninety-two: hundredth : o s i1.1 :ti* ..Yw
(IIODitl feet Went of the t"'n 0 1Ml
I rr .
NorthM.t rnrner at th. "nllth.I I
Utilities FurnishedWill I .enl 1/4 of Oirtlon Thr.. III \
Toe'nnhlq Three Ill North, ;
Alter to Suit I Hint Kl. (II Weil and Ihenr
+ run Io.t Pour hundred Iw.nt
Your Needs 4 f HOI reet: th.nc. run Polb i i Dy
I Two hundr.A let 11111 foot t l
I Ih* point of beglnnlnc (Con
APPLY WILSON'Su (Inline Tr (II .,.ren more or
=i I 11..e., Sting In Ih. Norlheiat \
I.
I 1/4 or th. M ulhw..tS of Mod'I.
Greenwoodand Mid Hertlin Three II), Town '' J ,
I .hlp Three (II North Rinse ..
I' Min (41 Went hllllhoockM, \

FOR SALE i 1.Ud you den era raunly htroby, Klorlda I r.qulre4 to betuty sod pate without the t?

''file with the clrk of old court llavry of lutiy ctrt. Today, fj
HOUSES: Sunset Acres '/our written eppe.r.nre1).r. thanks to mirtclti of Induel l e
onn.U.. nr kr attorney In **ld trial icltnce coupled with t
pr ..dlo,. oe or hrforo 1h. II
FOR SALE CLARK PLEMMONS ,01.1' or "" ,..mh.t. Ill S. and 'h.,.. crettlvt del gn, thli got) li *J
01'0' to fll. ..rvl.o.n th. oppo. within too fiach of everyone, t tr Here n pl. that I U tiled with eummer tumhlne to ttrvn In
2 Bedroom Home Phone M.\!. 7.7111Mw.'r '"InS oouniel, !<*. W. irAIrnhrl the cold winter. United pas tit pie tiling that tailet fruit Ireati

Ill Wt Waehlntio Hire*!, and tweet aa If just p.....*... le the maiie. tniredtent rlponned
421 Row-wood. RraMHiabl II hatUhoocheo. Florida. and fill 5
Ml Beraima olTr.ni.lpr. I fllk cold clerk your written a*. ,IhlfrUIt! the can. ,hit fruit pi. Riling ran b* veal year round
Priced. Moat 1:30 fenpe. If any. to the oomplalniit lL_ I'r 1 r In rohhlera. pie or atop cake and k* cream .u..I....
Call after : p-m. Hi* time prwrrlbed ay lw. --------- Ihlt "..ch.'N Cram Oiaew Cooki Pie/ le an .." la pro
or wwkende1277471.. U t heroin .ltlna up the ..t.,*, that you U want In lrt the family In II often 1'h* cruel
right, lltl or intern,t In. or lli U. N. PRESIDENT Elected Giro: Oman nut-etimMed bullenmUh rtekie-oho rlrlreUlkind
ih above dxorlbrd
ipnn prop
rly Ulmeit by yon lUreln, fall president of the ItUi aexlonof A that only need outing tnd baking "..*...nod cream cheeeeIt
FOR SALE not. or udament will li. emre d.anin.l the United Nation, AleQualaonBackty ; Worid-l Pair It t eulturil the bee* far the velvety amnnth I thla delight
I .. -.-.- ro" "I' a.I.ult. 40 of Ghana l ,( C mllenoiti end et thit en*, the ful deaaert Try II anon-ll will add n :ouloA: :d's'.f'flavorful note
2 Bi la th. *t .. winter nenua.rerbe .
.. young president
your
.
I ef .014 rogrl at ciulnryflorid I
/ '
Low l).n.n Payment I -0 Invite Ktn ctnlury Ameflci
x "' *. thla lllh diy *t Not em- of the Assembly, and the Brat 'N CreM ffceeM Cenale fie
Uw Mimlhlr PaynMTitB. FlaamlnK .'. ... to eiplort beaulilul Ideas ,. ,
Already Arranced I' t'lKAU Negro to hold the Office fee your pietent home or tntw 1 roll( rfrlgreled' 1 eggbuteemolcbl

Norman McMillan, 1011 Meg. I Kdwin Bur oreones Idtat eonllen t rn (2'i cup) peach pl.
tf I''lerkUi Thit I.... .....ka..m.-e Ailing
ri ready now book t iil-
nll. l> >e. Owl M. lUlhrorkUC ,
Ibis bf tendlni |l 00 to for- H cup powdered meter

FUR MALE Brick V on..r, I' D.n W. pAlemberte I' mitt Corp, Oept Wfi 194, Lightly graeae and eugar Ike killM. and tlilea of n t Inch pie
year-old homo. I bedrooms, lit watt Wuhlnctu nireel Jiii Clnclnnell, OMo 4UU. y ..... Cut cookie dough Into alloM.. li.In..h thick. I.Ine botlum owl
bit hi, Large Kltchtn.DlnlnfH Ch..I1".hoo. Florid.,. s Idee ef pen with ....... allce. nrlap|>lng llhlly In lurrn nomllopwl
311,1. P. I. II dl
It II.
'.om Combined level Patio Drive.wiiy Utility. i edge <(<.... about H roll), llake al 175' fur I to 10 snit

Room. tin Carport central heat (gee). nlen, nnlll light gulden brown (AI).
NI N Rlewtrt HI, Qulncy, Tel' Korirr TO CHFDITOIUFU Combine enfletiad cream ehaeM, powdered tiigtr end ",.
phone MAIn 7.0741. In lb. >ourl HII>A nTATI nr the TKH<' untyJ TOURS AND CONCERT GIVE 4-H'ERS Deal until ......h. Turn par) filling loin ended rruet) aprewlrream

FUR BALK lloue and lot 111 idt*. Odden Uiunly, riorMa, i cheeae mlilure over Inp Hk at 3M for 26 .. K) Ulna
W J.ff.rion Call J. W. Peanut r. la robite. No till lite*. I tervlnga.Decorating.
Pe.toek 117.tl. U In to' 'ela .1 LASTING MEMORIES OF CHICAGO TRIP
I.A WHOM II. MAT
t>*..**.."
1.H.1t1 H ,., : I t.IIJ.1PoR T* All Credlinr and "...... 4&J S
I JU.Int t'/am. or Uemand

PALE: Barbl Doll doll.. '1.-H yes oleohit Aaln Mall. .I.'DI: %
Dot for I plere werdrobe. Call rough IIvIf." I You and e.. h of r.. ar* her* IrVL iJkoea
10, aotiried and roulril pro*
Mr, Sammy Gray. 111..11.o .
1,15 't .nt any ellm and demand Ira
o / 1 whl k you or "liber ul you, may V.r l.bi.
I hone ag.ln.t: Ik* **iai* of I.AWor ait. /Ed/t.r M.d.r. Br/d. Me.ano.
HON II. NAT dero.and. lab. or.eld
TV SERVICE 1 Cuunty. leb.. County duds. .'
Odede* louniy. Florid, elbin I On A Brtdc't Budget .
office I* tb* url hoe** .(
l ,4 riorMa,
( uaty at Qulnry
H::'. r- Ishml oral HUIII.... ''"- Itkla *ia ealendr' month from MI>Hub Aed,.., Arri >eln Misled. Deeortlllf em S abueatrlag Mnuaf Ua. deeicnn In draper*, tf

IIOIEII" ITIIU'it I th II,. 0' Ihi "rot publ/retloe toaef nMrrtodt barn dleotered .. battery ally totem and wal!>
MACK'S RADIO k WIt 1MOUUi tit. .f tkle ...tk'., Tw* rople of Tours U Chicago pel at i of doaaled Andrew{ trip U brlai leealu, that '
ean .
TV SERVICE ears ,Him' ., demand shell b. ,. i'tf"I Intereet and MPo
| writing. aid shell .l.le the a pop concert girosby Chirifo. stale winner to too are at ettraoUre aid latltfylafae Tbn nptodain wallpaper do*

I. sees I.t,..... ___ I plr..ol relder and peat off/r..dlr. he Chicago Symphony Orchettrt poultry' program be 11.,.. U any n bib, prteed deeoratlaieaenllanl el"aere bare ..po.'.' their.

of .the. .1.lm.. and.shell ire part of the memories 1 pursue t ttretr to ptullrtactence eoeld. produce. U realm Ibo lower.
Used I''to. pm .ra by the s I.,..." b/. Wrond prlf
1- Slightly 1 "..". ., a...*." and ..ramp.nId > I two Levy County 4II Club fen bare n '.IIItIl, bedIM for ... Victories prlala nf Grand.ma .

BUSINESS- Spinet Piano ,nod kr u'h a flllne clam or fee demand of *n. not dollar a. member and Iwo other 4II en I for rindlnf bit chlckeni n rullable and lettlltt bulldlapp.ea ', fedolcf n roam.It'. .1.. U eon .t day II yon watt In mttebblUben

ANNOUNCIMEHfS flied ....11 bo roM. From Cllnil and Onngn Coup tall nn tteert who earn brlaionr Illei nr lifter room tat
Price Th. Juln/ 'y Stale B.nkIrnad II I lieu bare beta ibirlaf with for them I neb much nl Ideae to frnitlon quickly or ttaaorlae n pal., color thai.n
at Bargain Andrtwi' three
INVII1BLB RKWBAVINO Bun. eietmor F MiyA *t Id* l...l Will I II Ir trboolmatei aloft tbelr return poultry project during four bin Sell .>er draaitUe ........ of bitown. particularly. ....11.., tkancen

Cut menu, Tear to Mix Bring Audrey year R..or..., atMason I and Teetament d.. oeud.I or U.x>* II.I N I r from the 4lrd NttleotI 411 At ,". riorlde hull years'.1' ail bId let U MaM and ......... era yon'U lad the kaitarn row

til W. King IL. Pit. ".tut ttATTPATIOV I I I Pint.,Mop,mkllraitaa. t>.......*.. a, i Club Congress held recently ./ ,ear, be almost nude n ibis Uen are what yen bate Id wail to ..11..,.,. Take n look

FuR ."LII: 11.1110'0' 1 X Music it<4 IMN, i. i*. r. it tt wvy the Conrad Ililtoa Hotel. l weep to Ibe ill poultry dltl: tpd, in ahead aad Icy It on nl the new lettered sad locked
115 It-b.ndl .hort..o r...1..' dAHDNKK AND IJimAttorney ) Won yonrnwn.UpaUebv. walleeterlaia-nior. ..,.nal'.
by
Like a.". Plus ....r.' roll. COMPANY for KnaulefaibltItTIE J._ Arhagten, IS. the ton! lopping etiht blue rib,
.......1.. writs Ron -yo .t. .f ..,. and Mn. Carrel A mag, bont includJBg born for lb powder and pail bet nflen worth Ibe price If yon
(. ,11Id.n ('nanny ","'... .t It ...... HavMaglun lie.'I. i beat cm k bird beet ben. beet bare iranaferved may 1 Main Walt In create real .....u...
... 1'_ "...., Fit I IAOM MUrKIOIAarul. ton. Trenton won .. eipenae-
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Open ( pullet, beet bird In show old Jaan n tetely Lady. Ten yon ban eow*(* le enpertnwnl >
t le I p.m. AI Day Hat 1! England When Rob _r ._ paid trip to the Ceogreii a. Ibe beet eiblblL tan .eeaertn n alaiUar .etaniertbeele > .yenU d1 aver n balaV

: Tb Ceneb ...... Mt 7-1701 or M"* 71041 I Ryman' nntkTd n man wrnrtnc n elate winner In the 411 tractor Work to this County Maui M n ...,1. roooa, nrn 17 pailme4 ..u,.,.m... "..

hosts, 111 Alheey IW. Bainbridge I the,I became" i nlht atvptrioui I
G... H offtori.. ..... pnlice. The ragmnt told silks .e big the oath of office u fOUl *, IT. tbt ten ef ..,. and ttrlper In Ibe Intel bwpllal hat ol elbow ire ... lnieaalraly elsa yen

of Mexico. Ouatnvn Mra. Frank Andrewa. Cblefland... glten depth to HIM llain' ., ... Ittailae, ....
Lately. Reflntuked AeHqwn nlbVdo I"mImi the ntfttt fmm n elorhe* president IUnitM asadps, palal and nil.*. nod for plelarennrntker

..4 I'rtfoN. ...........y lorrbrMma Well DrillingCALL line e-...* lIP had no ahlrt The Dial Ordnf relate bin armaIn took top date benori with bi' to too ".IUI project It .H1.....'"* In eomnrlaon InIbe wall ....Inll. A ,...*

HtRBt'IRKVt MIg enrved hi* clothes pnblerary triumph In Mexico Oty.KepreeenUUvee poultry protectOililiadlaf ales bet lAluenced ber ........ dra.aile efoeu M nanercale to n formal nr eeeele doalgn In

*. HI BKV1 trndinf him to prbMi bee nil front M na. work I. the .. teek I comer to Ibe ........1A114. wallpaper .. Ibo bat daof ,.nlftl.", well wiled In b*>

Before They're AU HENTZ RICHARDS mmthn. llama watched Ute eeremony.Ncrru bealth program brought elate She .*. Ibn gueot nf Ell nn laMflaailre daeeralor baa If.... Ian Importance efemail 'a
Gene. award .. Mun Jennlm Hair. IIbe I Lilly and Cnmptny In Cblctgn.Other Ill-Ill
Sins neon Iban M* aaate Inv foyer.
17 21 627-6810 daughter ef ..,. and Mni
Dee. II. prejecu und.rtaien by
The pare who worfcl One nothnf > p|.... A pull' bedronin will feet
f Hair. Inverneea Mess Vie- Mite Hair tuck .,
foexla bite
will find MrmvU very bwy 17... Mfkt aid dry u the
Ga.-Fla. I nn n wtneoretlaf H proper
Ian York!. 1(. the daughter efMr been slowly linked to too betltbpregrtm
'. TAX LggD .....,. paper nntert Ike villa Walt-
AffUfATi'm ins and Mra. Donald ,1 nan provide eater sad
York. 1(29Ho She .... bee b .
i, a... tells rnKonrtj n to- pattern to n .... a tan paper wllk Smell .....,., Oslo
nertnae
WELL DRILLING
1 I in HEHEKT: UIVKX. mat n K, WIIMIo_ ii>. bolder ** Blvd, Orlando won her Ute In rec ...... sad trans
Well Drilling ., Ik* ,......... rentfMi boo flied nail Mttirvcu I.., e lei rip 1 In Clk.g..5 Mali winner! and nuke ..., of bee own nentral ............ fee nnrartfbeed lone ten flm the effect .1 t*.
Faruriaf n Cempkto 'I dud I. t* ..e.ed 111_ Tke .ort.,...* ...- end per I. tie booM etenentUi rbxben.Ouleundlng. Ooia ...._ of Mn paadlaf. n men rmtltttnl sad
UM nf D.. ., Pnmpt Mr and PUMP REPAIR lit ._....*. Ik. devrlpiiM .. Ik. properly, *.4 tee ixmee lawklck pro- eontraae to .......* nanln iradraonnl ....... are kaa4
.... .. groatAll work In WIbeae
fll
It *M a+ ate a* eiI I assay
Home nr Irrigation. Dec 3. 10 17, 24 41 I I rrr. tEAR or NAVU TN UIC1II programe faD under Halt pr-lib.-.4othiaf, mss vials Oiner tlMn nr an ... to JIa,..... ..., bV

.| ma IIMII A
TERHYROSAHARDWARE -u. /.:;.1catJ" =et. .....,;----- UUnaten Service.Amttea earned trip in the me Ute feeal point fef n meeyi .*, A-erer. ....... nrnpraetlenl

CO. The bele* d. nUnml ... b ii. 'Y.P, n. It 1 W. be cetilitentlywen 1 greet for If.. York. Mali winner ner. It enn 1t ttlnatonn ot beenetn Thai are lean

juries n portion at play end U Acre. H...!tee r r.aIO ...,. for bit tractor prof- to the bone omnonMc pregrun. ....... ."' nr *.e
1411 South Hear. Florida.. SLTaOabaMen. I'4r....... IMI nv tat 411 OeOTCla. H. M n.I r.e W.-., ecu Ibreugbnut .... Ire year*: MentiecMry herd wit n me*.i nrtblteotnrnl d. 11 kna( bola_ the pallern f*

I* I I' II Leer.Tap H....... C r .... be ban ,.,ud,.. Lib prorim. .... tnenetrTbn ..... peel lr**.etly.In .
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222.110'7 A very tmafl bcmr mn pull upi Of INI tfi HI 0..... earner, Hi. peellry and twine reeet lute nf eueeoeoWM WIth remnnnin nf wttp**.r btikroonit and powderrconte

i I very email tobtklua __ II lee A.$5.Tep.IN.R.w.,' .*--.., ',,... fOecta alee bare taken n nweer boat In i..1., for MianVerb. front n mejar iietieUat Job wallpaper In n aritkt

II INI .... it n II nun n. be.1 top barter Tbe .IPI.I) A''...... Ills year elflortdn yea enn enter iliac... ....... gay dealtn ... leU a wklmat.eel .
HOMES Nemeses Min ner N a. heat tbeae sad other O State tmteraity sad n Iwo bedrenm nr hats,.. star If nuiian .......

BRICK f 11. ,... IH.RWirer ectt here been ..,..,... lor al) ,....,.. ef nine yctri ., illwerb. ........11..., nrnain n maubadnet solace Ual mull be naanltnM*
11 r tit o.r.-a A d>* tINI college ......... In bob. pro- the wen tecead pltcn IeIM. II larier reome. 17IMIO4I.stI4
COMPLETELY FINISHED 11 'waefIW1.ffew1. ,are Mm fat n nreer In ngj/V data bi.o aeor alttat nf dick. ---. i..er or walerreetaual ...*' .....
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Month 25 Years |a Armor lel. Walker enttnra.Amniton. ,,1, to 113 cad wen UM Smtrnanerep W.UallWesMashill'. .1... nf ....11' nngernurbn nrnrenet

46.39 per I Alt .* MM pr p.ny ..*.. kt Ik* C*..*.. II....... Wale .t porenU .... taken I to InO. Hard wnrb Pam nr net ... gar >.. Accept Old Homes In Trod II rates. active Internet In 4H wort, I nnd MUencn bmngbl Ibn !*.. end apply Ibeej l. watts nrto n daatp iponin.Tbn .
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Repairs .....1Itoo... .u. bo *>M !. tk. MabMi Mddkw at .. ray, dell In whIch be in ..! tmrlng bet tenlnr year ntLaaenrw reeenl yeer Ibn met array that tt _d..** In II. without
Additions. I Its, w Ibo Inert lNod.p .. ub. win lit J-.r. ION..0 b r sill The AnwrteM Oil raw* I High Scull, Mir nf pnllemn, naUrt all lealnronIn growl eaptean, late n tread planer
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IWS.t..oed
100% FINANCING ... ails ..,. of 5.ee..ba 110" deUnn epunanrid hid trip U Ikeoe \ Perk nerted an Mrs nceAoaavkn waBpaier deeicnn ben been | .....11.. U yen trettcheate
C'.A'" grater/1. Ills re |i nanuunl ttnrlktng N,.,a ltl.m.ti ........., nnpilaeitnled bf far n soy bectn,..

SL tUCK Or Aorta(? dHtOIT or M.r4u( S MeUen fttmtl): ........ .......Tedef .... but Mud aid .....wa..*e
Horn at SOS West Washington I aaiwrttM COt.TT.; ru>*u> ,
S.. Model *r b *a>** t\ Moor ......Iof eon aMke naaJI east .. Piles as UM nrran e>

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AGE_SATEEN GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY, FLDRinA.] THUBSDAT.. DECEMBER 18. 1984

Too Late extol the wonders of such new furniture, miniature Rolls Royce, lection during germination. per window box. You may like to
toys and trinkets. ai spaceman. beauty parlor, and country club GARDENINGIN Dr. Miller advises sowing seedIn consider color combinations, too
suits at only (11 S3, walking, cryIng 9t4ide
bet-welting, pouting, dancingamll for only $63.99 the thought of the flats rather than in the open. This could Include blue ant I
FLORIDA pink
To easier
By using flat It Is to control
Classify cocktail drinking dolls at Just awakening<< on Qrrletmasmorning A growing conditions especially white; red, white and blue; red I
under 119 and a variety of new la a headache that no $1" Editor
By Russell ::1 By Heresy Sharp during the cool days ahead and yellow; or red with white.
Key games at from $1 up they KNOW remedy can ease, no matter how Florida Agricultural Almost any shallow box can be Trailing vines and green foliage
I don't know how fast it get It* element
other parenti what they want for Christmas and mysterious ExtMMloi Bervfc converted Into a Oat. Be sun the plant go well with all of these.Suggested .
and grandparent feel shout It, era not a bit bashful about limiting into the high pressured bloodstream
MARCH A beautiful
Of EVENTS garden 1* like the bottom of the box has plenty of
plants for growing
but If you ask me, these TV salesmen loud and clear "I want I ..... ._ .
vow better for
or wore holes or cracks ID snow good in window some an ,
with their hard Mil appeal to want I want." The pitiful part of It Is thai UOISUTTVI PROGRAM I A TOPHIAVY MAJORITY because flower also thrive on drainage Soil for the Cat should coleus, ferns, wandering Begonias jew

kids art and building headaches up than more the heartaches good the'n::: parents, worried about go no I In matter debt to how make you the struggle and NODS DEMOS' STUDY I J COULD M MISUADINO/ love and rare be fertile, containing a fair amount vines geraniums panties, petunias
installments on the TV, youngstershappy So to keep from being divorced of organic matter. prorulaca, marigolds, nasturtiums
Lord ever Intended anyone to have the new car, the living room furniture by giving them all the wonderful By HENRY CATHCAKT from! a living beauty, start off your Before transplanting the annuals and verbenas
during the Christmas Season. and a few other Items thatseem things the TV salesmen Central Press WuMngt Writer romance of flowers quite
warmly from the flat into the
garden Don't be too anxious to
Then was a time before this to keep the family offer, these things will soon be prune:
budge That It, bake the Mil prior to free the soil :
garden of
cast aside for more Interesting WJASIEINOTON-with an that Is being said and written about nematodes out "dead" wood from your shrubs
nation WM burdened with to much constantly out of balance, lay .
filling the Med flat* Sterilizing weed
and seeds. Then
poverty that you could bring hap- awake nlghti wondering how they toy of their own choosing such >V the plight\ of the Republican Party, It would not be amiss the soil insure healthy seedlings several fungi chemicals following a cold snap Cold will
u a box of crayons and plenty of for Democratic leaders to take a careful look at their house an you can use often defoliate branches without
plods to a youngster with a doll, a are ever going to make the youngiten own for transplanting Baking toll at The most effective la methyl bro wood.
Storybook, a tool box a kite, a hnppy on Christmai mornIng paper, a box of bottle caps, a few I The very largeness of their majorities the Senate and Yours 180 degree for two hours will mide. However you may choose wood killing the after U'W cold cut out
ball and glove or a pair of skates, and still have enough left over pieces of discarded colored rib should b* of concern to them because historically such unbalance till nematodes, weed seed and other materials such as soon a wave you
bons variant discover that have rut
but hot for a meal of cracker and milk an old magazine and a pair might you
anymore. has produced and lack of
legislative excesses a party discipline damping-off organisms. Formalin and Mylone.A out live wood. So let the shear
of scissors, from the dime
Now you gone go to the friendly for Chrlitma dinner. a puzzle that has started the will also cleans soil.
the Dampingoff
pendulum swinging
store, at Mexican few annuals that can be stay in the shed until you're sun
loan a pair jumping
and borrow few When Johnny baa his heart seton
company a other way. This was particularly true during of seed and seedlings 1s therisk the extent of cold dam
beans or a box of assorted buttons needed this month are baby's of exact
hundred dollars to be able I trick lubmarlne that
Just to a actually '
Our grandchildren, four of them, the Roosevelt years when the IDSS election you run If you fall to treat breath, blanket, flower, blue-eyed ages.
make the kids happy on Christmas I shoots underwater rocket, atomic the seed or sterilize the soil
morning. I lorpedoei, and 1* equipped with three girls and a boy have a close 'II' weep was never again equalled though T. D. There two of African daisy, butterfly flower,
Now after lilting for hours with ,eight inch deck gun and antiaircraft full of c.ull0)1 and a yard full R. was the political beneficiary In his later off fungus an that are types damping-for California poppy, calllopsls, carnation This may sound oldfashl
their eyes glued to TV the kIds I automatic blaster, availableat of playground equipment but they years of deep International crises and a world poor stand weakened responsible plants, candytuft, Chinese forgetmenot. but It still pays to buy a home.
to entertain themselves Floras paintbrush, larkspur,.
toM
have altogether different Meat I local dealer for only manage war. according Dr H. N. Miller,
than we had when we were youngitrn I( 9.rourOl' sister want a Barbie happily with something they fished Then Is always the Bositbtlltv that a party "lent ...thologlat with the Ural petunia, poppy, snapdragon and rrwrnT__
/ After listening to the man carton they can crawl railroad IU program through only to find out perlment Station.Preemergence. Boxes
Into, a dead bumble bee or a bottleof I
i Iii A good soil mixture, planting
too late that It has moved beyond a point that damplng-off rots
pollywogs, and scream their
material adapted to the
heads off If you try to take them public opinion Is wining to support la normal the seedlings before the young: and plant can are exposure for a
times this tendency ls held in check by the sprouts break through the soil necessary
away successful window-sill A
| Sanla Gaui la a wonderful guy The Capitol necessity to compromise with the political This phase of tie disease Is matsevere suggested soil mixture project.for the
and I am for him but lately he opposition la order to achieve reasonable In cool, wet soils when house plants Is equal part* of
ha* been slipping when It comes to Too muck, too part of a legislative program.lattt germination la slow. Pott-emer- sand, peat moss and good garden .
figuring out how to make children For example, an all-cut drive In the next genre; disease attacks the seedIngs toll.: To each bushel mix in a
happy. Don't let the old boy lead session of Congress can undoubtedly product Succulent stems become half-pound of complete fertilizer MAPLES CONCBEIEiHARRISON I
you astray. Maybe brother and a Medicare bill near the outer limit of the various plans that blackened and watereoaked at the such u 6-6-0 or 6-8-8.
I rioter will be unhappy on Christmas have been proposed and discussed In recent years But if such I round line. Plants wilt and fall Its a good Idea to grow not
morning, but not for long measure overshoots what the public really wants and ls willing tt rile.The roots decay and the plants over two. or_three kinds at. plants
They will have plenty of fun play. for, It will have
I pay contributed to the defeat of som members Treating flower teed with
with the Christmas cards, discarded pro-
log wrappings and colored ribbon who cam In or were re-elected on the 1964 Johnson wave.It ten ant dusts such as Arian, Ceresan AUTO PARTSUSED
I* precisely her that Democratic leaden should take
before the day is over and go Party Cuproclde, Semesan or Spec
to bed with their favorite moth a hard look at the legislative program If they are to hold them KOII prevents losses It takes prac-
I eaten teddy bear or an old pieceof majorities and keep themselves In a strategic position for the rally no time at all. CARS
I torn blanket that they consider 1968 presidential contest they must not seek the extremes of ; For small packet of seeds, place USED PARTS for all makes
'greater value and of mon Importance legislation which they doubtlessly have the votes to get now, a pinch of the protectant dust in of Can and Trucks
than anything else. but rather exercise the kind of moderation that will provide for the packet with the seed and
Christmas Club Now ward movement without overstepping the bounds of majority shake It vigorously until all the 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE
RISK, GROMYKO MEETING pubUo desires. seed are coated This coating of
CARS
BUY JUNTO
fungicide will Mil or Inhibit the
and e e e e
Open join, enjoya I Secretary of State Rusk WHISKY organism on the seed or In the 1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7.7115
e e e Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko AND ACCIDENTS-Th Washington D. C. corn coil, and provide
temporary
an expected to meet soon for thefirst ner1 offlc has worked up statistics on the relationship ofalcohol pro-
Merry Yuletide I high-level talks on United consumption to fatal accidents not Involved with traffic
States Soviet relations sine new Of >T persons who died in falls In Washington In 1963, the

sharp leaders United took power States In. Soviet Moscow.clash A figures,show according, 20 had to autopsies.positive amounts The percentage of alcohol of alcohol In their In bloodstream their t' tttSHEFE ER-BiLI TCaN "" ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( (
50c each week for 50 weeks $ 25.00 Is possible over Russia refusal blood from ..,
ranged M to
assessments levied for .43-with JJ per cent being the level d
to pay ft /
QUMC1I fI.OUJA
$ 1.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 50.00 United Nation peace-keeping operations. at which a parson Is defined a* drunk, ,
:
Of 20 persons who died of burns, IS were In the posltlv alcohol
$ 2.00 each week for 50 weeks $100.00 category with the alcohol percentage ranging from 40 to .33 tl
Tolerance Is not a matter of SIX of 11 drownlngi showed alcohol, a* did six of seven who .
conversation H U the business of choked to death on food. Two of four who died
of
; gunshot
$ 3.00 each week for 50 weeks $150.00 IT' <
fi $
I ,living _____ __ wound had nnnltlvt- alcohol ",nunt&. Overall, r.t inn- aoa-traffic S THAT TIME ALJAINe I
I $ 5.00 each week for 50 weeks $250.00 -- deaths Then analyZed Is 61 showed positive alcohol counts. II I I I ( : i iaid''i
nothing In the study that would indicate this assocla>
INSECTICIDES lion of accidental deaths and alcohollo consumption la peculiar R
10.00 each week for 50 weeks $500.00CITIZENS
to Washington. Everything points the other way-that alcoholic
SOIL FUMIGANTS consumption contributes to accident fatalities all along the line. ;
e e e
:t* WEED KILLERS e CLOSE: CALL Ben. Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania eked out a _
tllm-tllm election victory over hit Democratic ,

opponent, the result of which weren't known for ..... icon's
BANK SOUTHERNCHEMICAL days after the ballot had been cut.
I One assured that victory was his Scott wrote KK"e" o' I II
President Johnson promising to support him In 'MlrocV
the went of danger to the nation's security. lath
I letter Scott added: 1 hear that you wind my opponent
BANK Sales & ServiceInc. I after election day that you were still 'praying for a mtraol'
May :I respectfully suggest that It baa already occurred I HERE IS YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST a

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AND TRUST COMPANY

give Our Christmas, FROM OUR LARGEST SELECTION EVER
us as we
Qulncy's Only Insured Bank Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101 Living Pearls forgive all those that Christmas j
against us"Notice
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. QUINCY. FLORIDA FORGIVE Guy IS R.OUR Wade the endless line of nervous ( ) Bibles ( ) Pin Curl Bonnets
CHKHTMAacSWhat tens and troubled shoppers
a day It had been! Hurry this season W* probably would K ( ) Books ( ) Bridge Sets
hurry to and fro, to manythings feel much like the little girl and a
had been so unpleasant pray, "Forgive us Our Christmas- ( ) Book Ends ( ) Relish Dishes
Mother 'had her problems and lit el," Our prayer should be "Help V i
o tie time for the children. She was us to remember this Is the birth K ( ) Candelabra ( ) Valet Racks
anxious, cross and weary. Dad day of the King and not the Conception
had worked such long hours and d Santa Oaus. Forgive ij
I spent so much money. The worry us, Lord. ( ) Candlesticks ( ) Fishing Knives

Just was have plain were berth upon not what his face.they Things should Marvin O. Suber K ( ) Jewel Boxes ( ) Pie Plates

Finally, the little girl was ( ) Coffee Mugs ( ) Salad Sets t
hustled Into bed. She too, had On C.G. Cutter
I been a part of aU the feverish excitement USCCC ANDROSOOGGIN 11 ( ) Chafing Dishes ( ) Apothecary Jars I
She knelt by her bed

( I v I to pray confused the "Lord and prayed Prayer,""for-and Marvin Electronics L. Technician Sober USOG Third ion Claw of t ( ) Memo Pads ( ) Waste Baskets t.
got
Mr. and Mrs Marvin O. Suber
of
.., Route J, Qulnry, Is serving aboard i ( ) Scrap Books i ( ) Cannister Sets !
the U. S. Coast Guard Cutter An- I
NOTICE l droscofzgln which recently return' I ( ) Casseroles ( ) Letter Racks i
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