Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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SHADE-GROWN FLORIDA (i.a S. ru Cr! m.... Ending; REPORT Dro II

TOBACCO CAPITAL ttt ty lUtes FU-,Temperature Temperature week _- :. 1.36 11 72

and coottfiuina month --- 10,86
year .. 8010
VOLUME u. N0. 61
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' Traffic Accidents Claim Two I Hear City Fathers Compaints Farm Work Camp For Youths

Lives Here Over WeekendTwo On Rain DamageA

number of resident of the
MagnolIa Hithtlctlon! of Quincy -
Two - appeared before the City Commission -;' Is Planned For Mt. Pleasant
a 4-year; -
cdd ;Negro man -Idl --- an Munday unfinished night paving complainingabout project

Sven killed in two separate agents Snipes Is Named In me area. Recent !heavy rains
over the weekend, bring) CITY BANKS SET have badly damaged the .'OI'klthltl -
the total traffic fatalities In Cad YULE had been done and damage
SCHEDULE some Gadsden
"lien County to 1} for 1964. ; To Head C of C was done to adjoining yard, County
The Negro girl died at 7: 1Saturday The
: Qulary Mate Bank sect group was composed ot DonBrown. j
; morning in the Gadsdc the (1U..... Bank ft Toed Lamar Bailey, Gene Wll- School Building
County Hospital after being true Liaison Team Omipuy will I hn spec Decom- uani*. C W. Rldlehoo\ and Wll-
fend dragged (1 feet by a ca rIf bee 14 mill 2 pjn. and rkMnl .,(lam Rilloy. The streets Involved ,

driven.by Annie Ruth Thlgpen cQuinry. John Snipe, vice president of all day Saturdiy, miihpr. 21.T are North Jackson North Cat- -'I" .. Will Be Utilized
> noun and
North ,
H drllB window al both Stewart. '
According to Trooper R. I. Hi I,Keenan Auto Part has been bank* will rrnuln IVxvinher 'I The Commission Informed the ,. .
qmi .
named .
assisted by Sgt. Ralph Strong c chairman of the newly, 21 t ,.f" ProJect Estimated
formed through Doormll.I ..- 24 group that a contract has been let To
( Industry Liaison
the Florida Highway Patrol th of the Gadsden County Committee ChamI anUl l 1:70: every arh-moon. I Ito finish the work and that the COlt $30.000: Take
Child Cecelia Lewis wax with i iCroup 'I city engineer had been Instructed
lulling. In the Rocky Comfort ber of Commerce Floyd BaRlII'tt.1 to rpcheck the street elevations. Car Of 1,000 Boy
Creek Friday afternoon abou. \ president of Niagara Wire
I- Qty Manager Harbert Gregorywas
six miles from Quincy on the Lake;I been Weaving (Southern Wires has Scout Donation I Instructed to moped damage i M\nt are now underway' In convert -

.Talquin Road. I appointed vice chairman of done to Al Baretich's yard by the Old MI. jMeaiwnf School
She was hit by the oncomlnf,'the Committee. Selected to nerve! water draliuir ( ; 1/\JW Into i Youth Farm Work Camp.
: with Snipe and Baswtt P. Is Subiecl Of The
car as she was crossing the roac Devil and Ken The Commission also dlll\JlM'd ramp and Mirmimlliur:
and was rushed immediately tcIhe Fred' Markham c.j damage done in other part of the : ground n hli'h will house 100 bm*
hospital where the died tin Arrington, Havana and during the coming shade tobacmBJIhcrliig
elmar I Massey, Chattahoochee."Our ResolutionThe City by recent !heavy rain* Qty
.c'lnwln"' .1.".' Manager Gregory was asked to cream June 1 until
No charges were made. committee will work clone- investigate the possibility of remedying h about the ml.tlle of July can
: ly with local industries where the \ I 1 be expniirtixl to .
The second fatality apparently. Chamber be Board of County Comml- the conditions list brought la 1'L eventually ao.Pimuni
can helpful. The
wan caused by a hit and run drivel loner at Gadsden on the damage and report back to iale 1.000 )' In
Chamber has had / County
previous experience ergsitar Lamar has been
last Friday night 3 miles west ol the Commission appointed head
In helping local session Tuesday ad-pted the U aces a* poMl
industry the
Greensboro on State Road 270. ble. t'1I1t1IIIrk'Jltura work
following pro.
solve some of their concerning 7 .
problem concerning
gr m.
The sheriff's office was called Elberta Crate
Wallwood Boy Scout Reservation Company was !!r
: transportation
at 8:30: Saturday morning to the labor on Lake Talquln. The resolution awarded a contract to cut the I I The project which I II brine
spare negotiations, advertising
Irene where WUford Bradwell which I* self timber on the Airport property.The 'OLD .11I11'111'I'I1| | by the Cigar Leaf To.
Negro man who lived at Rt. 1, zoning! hiring and other and training similar of matter employees ., Be It resolved explanatory by the Board follows of: company offered the dry SCHOOL BUILDING at ML PlexiMnt. declare surplus by School Board, will bseco Ynund..u,... Inc. almikl

Quincy was found in a ditch *," Snipe said. He added that County Commissioner of Gads $2. 92.211 lor the timber. .houa youthful farm wotkr II plan!. being discussed at* reallied. provide an adixjuat labor supply
Sheriff Otho Edwards and Deputy "the member ot our committee,den County, Florida that: John -MRI1VIllct Company was for the coming years. Lamar hat
Sheriff Robert Martin laid the were chosen for their Whereas, This Board ha been declared low bidder to furnish the rotimatect the oat ii( lire camp at
jnan had been lying in the ditch and leadership and we Invite experience local! advised that Dr. C K. Wall and City cement asbesto water main Heavy Rains Wash Out Baptist ChoirsTo 6.70,0/10/ 00 an amd.mt tvJdcti
all night after being hit. He was industry to call on tills group if his wife have donated to the Su- Pipe- will be spread over several years
Sakes to the Gadsden County Hospital -/It I* felt we can be helpful. We wan ee River Area Council of A deed to the rlghl-of-way on of the l .ig range program.
where he died at 8 o'clock want to be of service. the Boy Scout of America Inc.. Experiment Station Raid between Present Xma S The agar Leaf Tobacco rttun-
Sunday morning. I a lam acrean of !anti in r..H 1.. Robert Street and Admit Street darken, Ino. I It a non-profit or.gunUntlun
At press-time no suspect had den County, Florida having -ace on the f'X1rrn e-WNt m.i limit anti la computed uf 220

been found. Lt. WoodberyIs wax to Lake Talquln for the construction "wa approved and tent to the' Bridge At Quincy Creek Music Dec. 20hkrennher niemheri In Gad The Florida Highway Patrol reported at a permanent Boy Slate Road Department. Decatur and Grady counties.
Grady Poppell ol Tallahassee I' Scout camp site to serve the Boy Center traffic light were ordered evening (he d I With the !Increased acreagea
ran into a buck last Thursday PresentedUS Scout from ten counties in West Installed at the Intersections -- -- -- ) at 1.30: p m., the five I due to the Increased\ popularity. arah
and killed It two miler east of Florida and five counties in South of Washington and Madlsnn I Bob Young of Gretna, who owni ii ,"'ntrt of the First Ifcipllsl axe 1 rigor and Intmductlun.. ot "Cu-
Quincy on U. S. DO, causing damages : Georgia andWhereas Streets, Washington and Adam and operate a furniture store Ir iTwo| Receive will present a program ot Christ. ban cured tubaiTxi" In this area a

amounting to 220. Army MedalIn This Board I 11 also Street and Washington and Mon- Qulnry, narrowly neaped xrkiui ma music blending t. gpthi Trooper Hix said Poppell was advised that laid Suwannee River roe Street Walk and don't walk Injury Sunday evening a* he wax:'Auburn Degrees entice of tilt beloved carols, tar n- lilt gatlirrlng ......a. Loral
going east on U. S. 90 about 4) a ceremony at Talmage,Area Council ha named laid sign will be erected on Washing' live, and a o omlemimnry: ran. tulwivo grower estimate the I0H9
returning to his home A large'"'
sullen per hour when the deer Whlddon Army Reserve Center[site "W.Uwood Boy Scout Relic ton and Madison and Washtngtui Auburn University Auburn Ala., lilt, "Love Tranwemkng; to IIluslralu crop will run over 6,000. The
.tailed across the road. In Tallahassee on the evening of vatiun" and hat comprehensive and Adam Street At the prraent concrete bridge over Quincy Creek:I IcoTilered 442 depress Including t t) and) enpren the gtvuliMSpirit I 1VD4 rny* anmunled kt (1,000
No case was made. November 7, 1B64 the Army plan for the development and time corner traffic algiial' are at it the IXJl'thwl'lt..mIy\ limits ol t!|mauler' and 379 bachelor's.t e of dirtilmns. acre

An accident Involving three vehicles Commendation Modal was presented utilization of aald land a* a permanent these location Quincy had been undermined b y1 I fall quarter Gumnirncvim'nl yelenlay *- TIlt IVKtnner Primary ara I The type ol work camp brine
occurred at 8 o'clock Saturday to lit U. Edward B. Wood. camp able for the use of the A contract was approved authorizing the recent torrential rains, drop at enercise In the SltkVntActlvlllp Junior choir will preent *uclfamiliar I eitabllshpd .t Ml. Pleasant baa
evening eight miles east of bery of Tallahassee, by Lt Colonel Boy Scout in said area and plan the National Gunite Company pine; the whole ilructure, akmn Hulldlng. caruls as, Awry t In 'i! proven aun-euful In Connecticut
Quinry on U. S. 90. George W. I to repair and add gunlt to Manner "What Child, la Thl, tar,
Flagler CommandIng to construct Improvement thereon with the paved highway approximately Dr. Harry M. Phllpntt, vice- several yean both from
Trooper lUx said dIe three can Officer of Tallahassee Sub- at a cost In excess of 200000.. I the old 200,000 gallon city waterreservoir' two and one halt lerl pmldrni of the Unlvenlly of "Ural Children Carol, "U Com r. I Ihe HHmliuInt ol the grower' and
were traveling east on U. S. BO. ,._ .... _....._ o Come linmanu)," "OirUtnui'I
sector Command. I lilt
Lee, : C" "lIh.... IW.."-. ...1.1..,.. OJ, I"'UII< Mr. Young slated that hit did tlnrida, wa th* rommencrmenlspeaker. t workers.
The first driver Perry a : Allrhnlr'Angell W* !lave Ikea I
Negro from Tallahassee, Glowed The presentation was made subscription.Thl not notice the depressed: section olin Auburn president and on High," and outers.TM The'nW1C worker are taken
c down and attempted to pull oft before the combined: troop of u Board highly approve and 200 Participate road until he had readied tlw Mr. Ralph U. Untighon receivedcandidate Adult Quote will mncluihIh I from high n-nunl group* awl art
the road. The second car opl'rat- the Hqs 5th Battalion 67th Armorand wholeheartedly endorse the establishment southern end ot tie break and did, and their familio* at a '* pnigram with Jnhn Peterson'.a! between 14 and 17 year of aga.
((ooUniHxi on Page Twelve) the 160th Military Police of this camp and /IU not have time to apply brake ertocrml cofhw in the Student. Unto Hull cantata' "Love TranwmMlliiK,'! They will spend six week al th*
Battalion during a regularly actieduled use for laid purpose and la convinced In 4-H Xmas. anything else. Ha said that from 11:10: am. to 12.30: bawd on UN Spirit at IraiwcvoilWll : M ramp; which will I provhl sleeping I
Army Reserve Training As it will be of great value tc I .. the vehicle reached tilt far aide, p.m. Tursoajr. lov thAt Ood them rather hailHiwa (UdUll*,; hnualng. plagued reVr*.
Yulo Pageant sembly.Lt the youth tt the Couirtl area and of tics brl.lile..It left tilt gnx old I Rnzlvihy' degree 'frmii Itch In th* I gift of HI* below/ I ailon, ihdlca| ran, weekend
Woodbery wa cited for exceptionally to the economy of Cadaden County Parly Dec. 12 cunpletely, giving him the anew sera were: John Kenneth Ilk-hard-, Bee. Jithn afOrm full' vplrilllrreln trips, laundry faclUUe and gad
Presented ForPresbyterians meritorlu servicewhile and wishe' to express Its a lion of turning over.' The car son, Crernshnro, U. 8. In Irlenc* I N love, tad that we luvetJGnd I .I met phi i weekly pay
serving In the US Army u ciation to Doctor and Mr*. 'Cfor I Over two hundred 4-H'en, pa.- came to rest on ill four wheels, and Literature Sully Ann Duller but that H* loved us, and I l'IlOI'k. Truwpiirtilliin will bot
Commanding Officer Company D, their thoughtfulnesc and generally emi and leaden enjoyed their however with no Injury to tin Rlfhanloin, gulncy, a S.> In txlucitlin. III'nlllil Inn to be the "" "|,III.U'II, fun ahrcI0 the worker to ami
8th Training Battalion Third In making such area available Annual 4-H Christmas Party last driver who was akl... The automobile few our tins." ((1 Jiitin 4: 10)Th trwn their plies of emfiloymenl
"Why the acumen Rang by :Training Regiment US Army for such purpose* and It* appreciation Saturday night at lilt Sawanodub. received as yet undetermined ac''IIIIII.ntl111 be Mrs.Muriett and each day in and from work.
Raymond McDonald Alden annual Training Center Fort Gordon Ga. 1 to the leaden in east damage to six, ** abKRhen I Schools Close Brii-ker and ice pnivram Lamar f'mlahaalullll1llt| the pea
Joy Gift program, was pre- .A* Commander, Lt Woodbery'i I t Ing who have devoted so much The program opened! with a tape the motor main). and neerlngmechanism. will be under lilt dlrKllan of gram would be "Ilk a mmrntrviMlloi
arnted at the First Presbyterian I achievement are outlined In the I time and attention In the planning slide presentation on "I Am The June CtliiwrU with pay.. He pUnlmlnut
Church Sunday afternoon. I attached citation. I and developing of, and other neccsnary Nation" and "I Am .-1.." The bridge I 111 of the culvert: For Holidays /t.t1.- .. -...1.. _'.,M -L.....n-

Those taking part in the play Present at the ceremony were 1 mattrr pertaining to this Bletenholx and Linda Arc finelyt I type t bullion a Heel slid concrete All puhllo arhails I In GadwlriCounly frmn tics asaudatlnn with other
Now Officers o
were William Woodward, Mrs. I U. Woodbery' family, lucal US I project; they art0 be highly group in pledging th* American I slab that normally UPS on the I will be chant for Iwi: nan l III' pMipie and would alas gnin
Mary Ann Thomas, Francis Me- ,army Reserve personnel and the'c:mended. .nd 4-H Flag and County Agent 1 bottom of the creek. There art weeks at the end of the seined d. lncn>ae.4 knnwMg of agrtculliir -
Call. Jr., Tom Woodward. Mr*. I Dommanrten::: of the US Army Re- The member M! this present John Rusnell gave the wtUxxne, 1 there: large opening for water to Friday, JJecrrntjrr II ): Safety Forco *.
Wayne Liggett. Fred Hodge s terve Battalion stationed In Talahasaee I- I Board of County Commissioner An excellent talent show followed JMM Ihn igh. Heavy rain on tics Christina* and Wlnv:7ktaya hoi I. "This MarIe will be Invaluabla
James Fowler, Mr* Keenan Womack I ; Lt Colonel! Lewi F. 1 feel Inclined: assist In the furnerance with these iren representing I December 4 and t wished all according to Max Walker, Two new patrolmen have beer: :lit hale who ire plunnlnc to n
Mrs. Fount May Jr.. Wayne Sranan of the 3th Battalion, 17th t of this project In any the Greensboro area 4-11 dote. earth from beneath the slab and county upertnlendmt ol srhnuliIhe l added to the bone ot the Qulnc Into I "urn i4se uf agriculture
Henry Johnston Mrs. Ned J'"'". and Lt. Colonel Lewi M. ',ray' pomlble within the limit and Ronald Tolar; repre vlns ot the past weekend finish.d M-hnkia will rnpHi oa M<*> iJepartinenf. of luhlk Safety I In I. "bier, he aml.
Hmson Francis Mather and Mrs. illian of the 180th Military PoI I Its authority and financial d.entitg th* Quincy area Dill BaaI>! the drstrucllin/ raining the day, January 4. recent w..ka. airordlng to [ri> Lamar k well-qualified to head
llrnry. Johtuton.I. (fondnurd M Put Twelve) I nurces where ItI legally\ poasl-/ sett. Sandra Hardee Routed Susan Midge and the highway to link anupl rector J. W. Hair up lit youth program her*. He
The prelude wax presented: bjMrs. lie and financially feasible.Centenary Story and Margo Paulk; representing C at lert X-RAY Konrrt Ihlrher, unnerly UOMltahiwhee hu worked many year with youth
Huston Rosen, purpose the Havana area, Salllei The Mad hal brC'Irl..cI un- TECHNICIAN and Virgil. JVtvnlngtin orgtnliatk and )art mmmer he
the Joy Gin by Fred Hodges Jrand Q.H.S. Releases2nd ; Smith Dottle/ Bowen, Cody llar1 II the bridg ran be replaced or Mrs. Betty Walsh I.* now a registered at Tillahassee, are niw 1"'fI1" several weeks In th* Gar
the benediction by W. D. Bell Youth veil, Joyce HarvHI Bites* Herring rUiUL r dl<* 5 Mrs. Dm May chairman ot Animitie and Donna Stalling. after passing an. eiamlnalkm/ In: period_ prior to hnimung hell
( and Relief directed the Honor Roll 1 Ttllahaswe In Novemlier. "",111"'IJIC'II nl the department.r .
Assorts County Agent Bernard'/
play Mr*. James Lambert erved Will Present dark rNOKnln the local 411'lealrn She I I. t membef of the enl y, JI llalchrr U 23 years'
l .* choir director and Mr*. Huston I The secnod honor roll at till t Cwt help with 4II In the C CAROLING PROGRAM I rpcmmlu rrglnlry tie X.ny) unit at age and la married. ami the
organist The QlaI1l.'t'1J1oir Quinry-Junlor-Senlor High Schoo nlcian that : father of a ides n. .ilh' oil daughter ,
Jitters I Is
lies different cotnmunllln, and told IT COURTHOUSEA apfiraved by theAmerkin Is Discussed
j presented special music and just been released announcec: Yule Cantata them how much their work! with Medical AwicUtLnMr By
settings were staged by Mrs. Hal,II James A. Shank, lupervtiinfprincipal. and devotion to young people was.PlJl''iatcod. pmcnm of Christmas carnli *. Walsh I* employed by the Patrolman pennln. .li. I It 22years
i1. Davis Mess Bruwon Bowman, The Carol and Junior High choir He aim said behind I.rill be presented by the Brownie t r.Mrn County llwpiial. .. an of .(* and u fmillyliving Commissioners
and Miss Katherine William I Thaw students who received'gmori 1 of Centenary Methodist Church every Blue Ribbon 4 H Club sect :K-ny iKhntctaA.CimiSTMAS. In TilUhaasee etch hi* wifewho
Girl Srouli from I to
of M and above In all I will a Christmas Cantata.' la an Xray ivrhnlrlan ttTllahsar
: Mr*. Ned Huron was brat charge present member there wag U
nearly always The
object t lad "Lol A ::10 tomorrow atmnnnn theburthmue "eonehlappal.. held of County CURIUM.
the Star
the costumes: and Huston Ronn > and Glenn Kingry. special) Lcaolervhle period are: 7.30: o'clock. Clayton Logan will Cold Medal t other awards C alrps. A. J. Phtlea 27, who >ned In renter welnn Tue*.
Jlghting. Serving as usher were! Andersen, Marie\ Rudd be the director with Scat Smith!were pmented to Die Mlowing The girt will be assisted by U yea are strong and ,healthy, lilt fiirc In August of the/ year, slay lark at lilt Dwrihuuw In Qiilnry
Don May. Will Maxwell Allen Bobo Edward. Tray Riddle: ,,, at the organ. The public la cordially hays and girt for hen You bone bow fA H has recently rampMed aw prnbaIlia no artkai nn a rmnlmnn in
Xingry and Fred May. Reuben a.QISrIt'fd, Deborah I Invited to attend. work: outstanding It Cadellr and Srnlur Girl Gels!' And you should neverMllale ..."'oct. ThM brinn the Sc...1 lunch tilt weight hid nl hauler
Gardner Sam Crouch. Connl e rr.I .rout* and the program will lie number In the drpartraenl to 2T. on lermUry vouch In Ca>hrlen
Christmas be In
will observed AgriculturalEdward I Ta .
6pn buy mm Christ- Oiuniy.. The hM .
Bishop Alma llubbard. D-hr ewer the direction at Mn. -- matter been nn.f
Warns MotoristsOn I the morning worship at II:00 fGtoorIli' Powell Jr.. /'nons LamhrrtFORESTRY run cab Thnne UtlU' edam dlaruMkni due
recently ale)
Mike Ream "
[ Snipe Donna
Kay o'clock. The Rev. E. Nash Phil-l Sloutsmlrf. Children
Jun .
Kpomer.O Enjoy
Joyner Linda Jane CrIffIn.a Stew/ hat help Damp out That king damage to iheiw "..1. by
pot minister will bring tilt Occur wrvsnnn- Bill Suiter bath
Irflrlrnry A* they ennbletrelrr kaoline rullm Erich lunn
School Lightsi REPORTThe
Wayne Mote, Nancy Bowman ma -& '. The ubjnl will Dairy- William Smith. g learrh To find a Visit By Santa and other heavy material.
J. W. 1JaJ1'!!. director of the Mary Fletcher, Karen Stew be "Love Created Gilt." Special Dectric- Jerome Jenkins, Mike I Cadvle County TomtiyTvlre I nnvdy To fight tuiirrculodirlth -'r.. *. Marj rie Clregnry, I him*
Jjuincy Department of Public.Safety ) art RnbMe Susan Story SarahBeth I, Christmas musk will be fur Ray. At reports e n* wart fir In Th bee at methods Approklmalrly! tUty-flve first Drnx.stratM",i Aped of Uailokm
stated this week that /hi* Taylor. Sue Vlckers, Jeff bisect by the Church 0I0it.I Field Cmp Ottlre Yawn Ih it past even day,, burning one taw Not Just by healing the sunnd. ml third gnu). rtiiMren ( wnty who |* in charlie at <...
Embry Penny Gilbert Mark For mtry- Clark rXcher! If'nth acre. Number at wooda fires Useas Uut la from George W. Mwtrw l.lrtrwn-; Canmiw Center hraled
_lice had received several) complaint prevent lit Qulnry,
: recently concerning motor- Bates, Dick Shaw, Mary Jean I Midnight Mass I'wltryJlullh ""' .....,. Randy *nee January I at this year add bran Yeltlsurly have a dr.It tary and Quinry Elementary d. her annual ivpnrl lice
]*ts making turn on traffic Hunt Baker Kay Coat SheUrr, Donald Cbumlry. |u|i to 28. burning Ml an**,, Mn Ymi know thaI Itl idnj| were enlerialnNl Mmlay boa ttw ,....1 d II the vicinity ol the Quincy High I- John Adam J Meal Fall: At Swine Andy Birtmholt; Lane limber r at twwd flees reprint Stlied r M spar Or ymi ran lip a mew altit Womaal Club an rWnery tf. pUnt Itrd recently
St. Paul'sSt
*chool while the tight clawedoalk cloth UDonna Sue Cone. Mary Uahaffey, David Jenkins. |I t rare Urn a year ago totaled nerk far more To thaw hnwm King Street wits a OirMma b fH overhauW and bmughl HO tithe >
Virginia Cox. Linda Sharon Trarlnf Will Maiwell. 1'1 l F I. burning, 1414 acre .
? .1tart I party brat pnatble
sign. i Paul's Episcopal) Cburrti wTfl I my car cmailiin ml
S He enc h.alaed that this II t9bngerou :,ODH,, Roylyn Itamlllnn PenCT hive Hi traditional Christina Eve Key AwardJim 8pt.erroMary > Rainfall hi the Qulncy area for buy (brlarrh.a teal A* ll<4 dog., pate chips, tauMe/ thai the put war w*. the swat
: Panic ?. %MM Phillips Van titular Ray. |thBeautinranon we.k. I Jo i and milk were ennyeii by the (uretaful ... .
procedure and strictly! service beginning at II 10 put avengMl '' pat cue T* bnvirM ( M Xh* etalejthat
: Flrtcher Shirley Bearh. AlI ya! : pin. rf Ham 'iln ifce, RoMdale.. Lao In 'by. fertir th* arrival at Santa "beset ...
Against law. "A driver of a on Tburada,. December 24th. The, ; lnch; : helplftg out > Your *ufprtnf group emiuKh and ..1<...
Jnotor vehicle should not make aj Bridge Latrelle Edenfield. I musical Ground; Carol) Wacnef. Barbara'af Ml Havana. IM brhei. The ft Irikw ima. 'Uaua Alter bawls and the Mn> I h.4 been rnne4 to upily .this
tar the Lea
k now at any I kind at the Hire I 10- Bob Suhrr. Cheryl !IWpes, rharist win swing b.rest of the Holy 1_ I[L.desrsed .. rap Twelve' 'I'll only average M 147 Inrhe. MHralf I'.keg ol iwenl Oiristma* tuna, sell,. 1dRIf,. The "bard con.mrntfit .
at the M'tIooIIIJItII the fight Swan Wynne, Elaine Gatlia > : mrnincrnt flour Nlrk arrived and wurewMM i... f.r.... a. _
Sights iare green. Our patroll1llllaft]anne Honugur. Maria Ordoa, Jaakw -, Mntart man with an augmented .... out JIII.a of rJthuic. Wyslerxrkerful| | tavkw./rt- / -hu_.;;:
chat/ The
Rector th
Smith. France Subrr June \ : fruit and randy to each o f
Xbeea instructed to make a arrest aunty IhrauKh Ih* Center.
Reverend Maurice John 11-.1-(
adds anyone to detected making WUsmi, Blazer Line. CarolyaBmHanan. will be th*celebrant and preacher.The Bywater.. i- Land ttflj ....... & *Mr, chalrmMi. of lh:
aortal turns at these light" slat Csrolya JiArmo, Ton second olcbfaOto at Ih When at KMinM memhrr *M I'GwlwMn County ll<.piui &_!.
94 Chief Haire.rYoung Burtram Arthur Muaro* Chriet-niM win be a Inv iknrattad *. 'member* of Ih* Qianry 1140ISeixnd i 1'11I1II f ThnmM fUed. CiukMbn C uno
2: I 11- Henry Bumrtt. Lrairckxh. : at II am. en CnrMma / Say Club a Klwanu *P dews Reyookk. Belly' aye urpnl.callllll, ....'.s. M belie tilt CnmnuMtun with arofiint
Receives Bryant Gmrtr Gilbert. Bin Nrw- The Hub mnm eel *ppf"trli >,' '4 I*.7222 to mHcurrent
comb, Linda Breeds, Brth nn- EpiacnfMllan are rnnkwM that .ly dworitad wish irwner} blU ol the .KwpltaL! Com.mlMMwr .
Speaker deer Pat Parnunore, alary awln Chnstnu to one tt the three I awl a Urge Il hlr4l in* Tin Majnrell mnved
Awarda Marttya WUIiams kwaa Wood tract <4 th* Chunki year oawhich -- eat the fuada b.* tnnsferrad' to
I But T urc. ward. Communicant are exptet- I Chrklnwu Cilia Ar. the armmt. lid* nne was see.o .
1 fawn wa* the nctpmt tt me'speaker 11 Donald Jamr lid to make their mmmunKni. .W by P. W. Woodwind and
award There WO be. even cHHmlnm cf oquMtfxi For FSB .
:: at tilt Monday! ; pried wraromiseUy.x
fowler. Pal ParOWN PMfork. ]
night meeting at the ToutmasKti! the Holy CndiarM cable thejChrMntMOrtawe. I Memfcm of the Qui,..., w._' Bin!* et all eiectrv seamy .,.
tpuh. I Chnsry anttth Patty eased al step an */ fCVb and any. .... *..*t-,[final were I.pprowd.w .
? The meting ass held at T-M|Jane Afire ftrSc Blark.kLstd.Mary DVm Fktrhrr. veil,' *hfe cnfHRMmkTO eaa Mmade. I (I.ded are please ........l 'I,' raUawlfVl fee bualnett session
r ... ill tilt merttr* mm ct tt."Sham Brmda i gin In bny at Die nnrida members* of the leek of Circuit
*&uncy State .... wall Tan A ...." trtmd at tw CmmU| ILAnd: her ;. M Manama. |Court'* offk. itrvad *wle* and
re enrdUlly bead I ill the lame, Bees lur nntotof gtn see nfa
=MIDGET UNIFORMS Saddle Club of ear IAn to sievedVILLAGE 1 wee 'M 0......". Brlk. Wlk*...i I _
and tUvrtll Ommber 21 "'h
(REQUESTED: DEC 19t Plans Dance VAMPS I I'they will be ttrawl up and deAl TOASTMASTERS.(

Dm Jamea, dry Iterndtknthnrtor Ute fVlcher d QuWry livered ATTEND MEETING
: rwfunu an boys t* tun The GadMtfi Omty 9addk 7..,. and Mr*. H. Vnrviwr -- --- ---- Offkvn at the QUnry 1..*.
:ta thrtr mirfgrt Caci all mfana Club, New Tear Ev, Dane to *f Qiuanr wa ann. 11 U fin UUTI' mutn Club mete it'd M educul.k .
rjnr kweMory to bier thai! Dei .. >be held Drcenbrr II at the t'1anIiI .... L'dwrdry eex.e ROTARIANS HONOR orrtCJiLs Shown shortly aft<< racvirinq Rotary .lactrle the LM! Theatre "" 1a1. and uJ aweting M T.11.h.w..pots.
embrr 19.Y father Gaud Armory tram IOB aDDed for wmbrrwx.* hi ttr Vs>I I dock lot duriaquUUd Mrrk to CadadM County no Job C. HJuo second rnrfay win lie -O.AJ for' the and by in* bmlnut. Taaitmt*
are as.ed. to .... I.ML haste will heY furiMM teen v. free left chool SMear" remnant ea fclurtsy era
Thewabrne a rrvtn tiaijcampua ratldsq board snmb4, and Homer Hlrt.
kd.il, L placed by .rfl know* kant. Nor --- main .. sresM! second from right irtruvj win he nu I:. patrr bag ktaMfte w. then I-aun and b.u wig aIM bearmshM. huaiiai*.ern. Eac yo..I -.ab r of Ik* board of countr ceminlariootta. Mr. Hlnaoa and Mr*. Hkl Hand Unter and Tundy dens I(tipster, imidmt. : CUrk Plem.
ManiM) aad broueht by the Query I The sufcte las toviMa lady WM *nwMw4 by a date beside uVrir kuabawfa. while Rotary PretJdnt Mariner: BatM .ta to 1M ca>n"*r. Tb e b* "Vnd Mc & tluwera." else> maw, .....1I IaJ vice pc .ld at:
ttecreatia) DepMtmrat fee there all lie *st ninasstc*!{sorwtfy *f bcaslf e.mDCIOf took ploc at Ibo weakly fMvttng ol Ik* QIUMT Rotary Club Tueadcy Dec itnf ftnrfc Itufcw* acct 1<*J Rae Al HwHIrh. srrtnnt-MTma;
.a4 Oaf el Oij Ha& i at Ors toot. j I( I. Photo by Pboto Stadia and flow** Shop. .tell. wMtnrvkiy ant"Thurwlaleer y W..II.111"! Mt'Oormlck, urtvtary;
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Ing 'of the Quincy City Commission I --- j Clark presented with their eon In law i and '
I Tryouts on Tuesday Party and SUsan I ter Mr. and Mn. a\IiIJ
but heard around the tylpti I IthbeD! Oourteiy on meJTefeoT' Allen B '''tIt.
: on
January p m. was Jr-
And I(able Tuesday morning that ft wasa j National Guard Armory They I' The meeting <1 Mr. and Mrs. Rod
hum dmpT The brat I couldgather THE DEATH J.O rallJuJin"J I will play an It game schedule'Adjourned and WI Jfnrvc children Reedl and Shall j i., ,*

Pieces I was that a delegation from OF SISTER ALMA MAY beginning Tuesday, January 12'|I Christmas cookies Hetcher.l Tampa will spend the Rod ]II|: ,I Ihere I
the vicinity of North Jackson and continuing on Tuesdays and' Rosahn with relatives h'1.II.1' :
Street (the that li In the' reporter and In m'i0
; portion 'I Thursdays through March
BY HUTCH process of being: paved) was at. One again death has summoned a member of I Registration sups may be obtained -'I hassce with their parents, !Mr rtnd

the meeting complaining about the, our chapter to her heavenly home, that city not mad from Coach Donald Myers HINTS TO Wilkinson.Mrs. R K. Shaw and Mm p ,C,

havoc that wan wrought by the with hand Sister Alma faithful it Quincy High School or Recreation
was a and
At the annual Kiwanis Christ- loyel
recent rains One of the commla- Hall Mrs John Thompson
j at City and
Hutch Department firs.
mil party for children held Mon sinners staled (list what the del member of Washington Chapter, always ready and By Registration slips must he signedby HOMEMAKERS Ben Bostlik have returm i ,,;

day at the Woman dub, Francis gallon needed was J. Q. Kelly to.id willing to serve She was kind and considerate of In Philadelphia, Cleveland, San parents and returned to same I' B- Gregory Jackson where they \' \ "?I >?11
k'.vCall was the recipient of a bag .' as moderator I learned that others and always manifested that noble spirit of Francisco, and New York, department above places Teams will be br Murjorle and Mrs. R. R. Parks *n, v.

of Santa fruit himself.and candy I direct ooultint from figure old 'the only one who got any satisfaction charity and kindness to all, being loyal and steadfast stories have increased coached by adults. I I rtlmslnfl; Home r mnl t sons
out of the meeting was Die Christmas advertising budgets KEADTOHOtBtlllLDBKVthe
oil'' who got the biggest kick out in her convictions of right and wrong. A S (
only one that was not present from to per cent over 198J expenditures. PFE WEE B\1hETBALL

01 Wynne"lie gimmick I have, Francis or Gerald City workers will make an at. BE IT RESOLVED: that Washington Chapter extend This basketball program for 8th AT Reading fIfRlKTIf'S: and: story Iplllnll are .t.:: 1i
a sneaking Idea tempt to recover some of the dirt Government and private studies and flth graders will be organized' II of &
Aibfii: Dixon slipped that tag on that was formerly In the right\ of sincere and heartfelt sympathy to her family. ndicatt that cuuuiner purchanses after the Christmas holidays with al much wrap ng, Christmas carding

the bag. way that had come to rent In AI BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that will be at least 7 per cent: bigir Rimes being played on either Fri gift and the gaily trimmed
of this
: resolution
Baretloh yard. I don't believe a copy than during the Christmas season day afternoons or Saturday mom- Ch.ldrri will de-
Romulus Brinklry was at his, Gene Williams got perfect satisfaction be spread on the minutes of our chapter, a copy of last year ings. I II ;ChMmai tree finstmau. stones

best Monday at the Kiwanis Cliildren'e out of flu meeting at be mailed to her family and a copy be sent to the The forecasts. are based on Increases Teams will organize on Saturday ,light and in hearing our \" an adult you
Party He itood In for Saint lean) he got It off his chest the National over
Nkk and had thorn kids' eye Gadsden County Timea.Fralemally. Income in Individual savings and('I Guard January Armory.t at I too will set great child pleasure over' i
popping. It li alwayal1l'art warm Carl Fouler got his name the delight of ) '
ing for Uw Kiwanis member and changed Saturday night He's no submitted: Retailecrs, however, realize that I As the Christmas season approaches : :
their wives (who do such an excellent longer known ai "Chicken." Now Bessie Shaw creased buying does not auto I look over your own bookshelves 'I I \.
Job In preparing for the It's "Turkey"" Lot more approPelate I Mary Bass ,nuttitaily follow. Hence, the corresponding to see what Christmas ,
affair) to see the little folks have 1 think. Ralph A. Bush Increase In promotional books you haw that would be Pproprlate -.|
hlM I
budgets by such giant stores atMacy I
suds a wonderful time. They enjoyed o to uhf I I
hot dogs, chips, cookies and I mentioned the fact last week -------- -- ---- -- ----- --.- a and Higbe.'s. 'Check with your. these .. "
milk and then went Into the assembly that I was invited to a real fish Consumers have reason to post- books If you don t have them
cooked on a large portable week and with
room where duitmai I gas everyone shoppingon : the purchase of many I' Christmas,, Catherine
fry In the woods on Lake Semi- arrangement beside a big bonfireand their minds That reminds Let's Keep 113 '
onus were lung before Santa arrived nole Thursday night It was a : gilt items. Excise taxes on them M /' hsll.: The Lillie Serving
lantern in of
a hanging a tree me out one
never try
Then the old gentleman huge success Judging by the are likely to be repealed In UtI$. I Maid Grace Noll Crowell: Little
furnishing light One of the cooks those color TV sets unless you are
each with articleof However, the prospect of lower Lane. Grace Nail
presented the
an amount of fish consumed by the Boy Down
had Just returned from the lake ready to buy. I told Edna that
clothing toys, fruit and candy. present Red horse suck- prices several months after Christ Crowell; The Wood Carver, Grace
group ,
where he got some water to mix would be her Chistmas present DON'T PAMPER
Now have another to mu does not daunt the experienced Why the ChimesRang
wt year I en, a new experience for me with the dough boys when I heard but she said "NOT MINEI" So' Noll Crowell Raymond
\ 'alU retailer. Products are always Stories ,
were served along with specked and Other
him remark: IOU anyone finds a now Judy and I are ltuele.I Sloe
perch and catfish all being caught cheaper after a seasonalbuying McDonald Alden: Christinas ,
minnow In the bread he .
can Just
t mused Monday nlght'i meet.'just before supper. The food was figure he's got that much more peak.increased .advertising budgets 4-H Club lea Book Charles of Christmas Dickens: ,The edited Firelde by 1 YOUR WIFE t
fish on his plate. I WIll Just too are based on the knowledge thaitimellneu New Views Edward Wagenknecht tt: Your

I hungry for that to stop me. Wt la the moat important I Neighbor Celebrates, Arthur Gilbert Let Her Winterproofthe
all had a lot of fun and believeIt
factor in gift buying. QtlMY SENIOR JOINT and Oscar Tarcor: Every
or not the food was real good. AROUNDThe With advertising doing Its. expected 4H (LIB MEETS Dnv's a Holiday, Ruth Hutchinson Porch with

I Esther (Sober) told me threeor job of stimulating demand The meeting of the Quincy Senior and Rulh Adams: All About Christmas .
four weeks that she wantedto few consumers will wait until next 4-H Club was held Monday night, Mavmle R. Krythe; The, FLEX-0-GLASS This Year
ago May to buy perfume and furs for 7 Christmas, Rachel Hartman "
Auburn Ala., the week December at 7-30: In the Live Gift of
go SQUARE their 1904 Christmas. stock Pavilion. Due to the absence : Tell Me About Christmas
of December 14 for the graduation Any little lady can enclose
: to a
of Mary Louise Ray, president Mary Alice Jones, Christmas I
o( her sa ." and daughter subs! Joan Walsh porch or breezeway with I'irnFLEX0CLASS. '
( ; Jimmy Sober, vicepresident a Time of Giving
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Richard RECREATIONNEWS Its so
Celebrating Christmas easy)
called the meeting to order. Anglund
,son. She and her old man "Bo"ul the World. I Just cut with shears and tack
thou l two sons left Tuesday For devotional Nancy Sanders
i ; --ii d read Psalms 13. Bletenholz In addition to the above, you over screen Makes a warm,
I morning. The trouble \Is, I Andy told to sunlit room, flooded
and George Powell led the pledges may have had a story you with
forgotten that she would be away The
Christmas decorations has great healthful Ultraviolet
and I would be left to get the major to. the American and 4II Flag In your rays,
portion of this week Issue outby downtown Quincy are Just scrumptious By Dom James There were' 4 girls and 11 boys meaning to you Psss: on to yourchikiren where the children can pity III||
lonesome. It has bee I Wn in town the first night present. Adult leaders present Start this to keepa winter long-or use as an extra
rough my, too. I only hope that we, they turned them on and it was TURNING IN OF MIDGET were' Mr. and Mrs. George Powell folder of clippings from December Store-room. Genuine cryiul.
quite a sight Ilavent 'OO'fULL UNIFORM: and newspapers.And clear )'LEX O GLASS
don't miss too much. And news I had a and Mr. Marvin Blount magazines lasts foe
slow this week anwsy,, chance yet to drive around the Please turn in your Midget Football Mr. dark talked to the group don't forget to Include In yean at a fraction the cost of
with Christmas coming up next: residential section and sea the uniform that we must have about gun safety, the countywide found reading the Nativity Story glass.Only 90f a sq.yd. at your
displays for Inventory no later In Luke 2: 21. i
: many I purposes Christmas party, and the cuts of local bdwre, or bnbr. dealer.
Passing Thought-Sure getting' than December IB. meat. Mr. Powell told about the
tired of paying for parking meter Launder and place uniform In a beef projects and how someone You May GetFLEXOGLASS
tickets Thats two in one week! paper bag identified with adhesive from our club could get grand "
rJ You'd think they would give us tape or your name on the outside, champion. Linda AM and Charlotte fertonctu / at \\I I'j
and bring by the Quincy Recreation
free Stoutamlre demonstration
; parking during the holiday gave a
... season Department located on second on Cranberry Crunch, a
: Aroundabout-Ran floor at City HalL. Thankingyou dessert for the holidays. Recipes Mn La Bruce Ilanalian, Mrs Bell & BatesHardware '
; McLendon of the Into Jeanette In advance for your punctual books and pamphlets were given Horace Hall of Dothan, Ala, Mrs 'i I:
Magic Mirror
sty Dent James, Director. Mary Lena Burton and Mrs
out. All of the demonstrations
.... II! trying to sandwich In a little I Geneva SanKaree, Marlnnna spent ;.;
: :: Christmas helped us to better understand our
shopping' Mary Emma
:> MEN'S BASKETBALL i the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
.. ..' Bauett and Polly Campbell say Men Recreational Basket i projects.A ,Douglass!: Bmoks. QUINCY FLORIDA
ibaUour. ; committee was appointed to''
give her ,. .. .... they are 'bout through shopping .. will open their season be In charge of decorations for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elsaman
It was fun watching them put the first Thursday In January, the Christmas party. That committee I of Atlanta will spend Christmas
those huge Christmas I
up bell at --- --
which is the 7th.
NEED A CAREER the Qulnry Mate Bank with that The league will have four teams Is composed of Nancy Sanders
Jerome Linda
r,...o. .r. a..es A51 a.er moving ladder thing.: Natalie playing a twelve game schedule on Jenkins Ard
eV eo N wn.e 1M e awa..r Pruette-Jean Pfclf Andy Bletenholz Jimmy Strom,
had THAT
Mwse. Thursday nights at the National Charlotte
.saw II r ..... ....., edrove coat on again And have you noticed Guard Armory. Powell, and Stoutamlre Mary Louise Roy George MERRILL'SOnly 1
the little palm tree growingout Squads will be limited to 12 and
A.raw, .--..M fi Or.--a of the sidewalk right next toWynne's. players All men interested In the meeting adjourned were served at t:00The .
low, Nlta Smllherman was playing basketball please contactthe
1. Ae.s..Nl. .. .. MM telling me about her fascinating recreation department at City .. next meeting will be January
Lars.l keep trip to Hawaii and her visit with HaIL (27-7681). LInda Aid One Week'TILL
Ml rt tt*
MM hrMN her daughter and so+'tn-I.w, Mary
....., ne..rr.W .... MHI..I> Charles and Paul Moses. Droppedby WOMEN: BASKETBALLAll reporterJUNIPER
seamless/ CUM Mrr.r..r..r.I the post office and they are women Interested In playing\ JUMPERS CHRISTMASWE
...r > fmnuHIl fcun MMtadb Mlk wearing' those! happy holiday facet basketball this 4season! please 4H tl IB. MEETS
rows.a again Was talking to Bernard contact the Recreation Department The 4.H Cub
... Juniper Jumpers
nylon/ for every, mm 1 Clark In Winn-Dixie and he Interest will be known.
.' __ w _wt"l:1rt&A says so met Wednesday, December 2, with STILL HAVE A
Coach Bill Dlrkson Is home and Interest la shown one
: re..e -( U enough I ilx members present at the homeof I
0154.101 walking around some The window team will be organized and entered ,
Mr,. Ass MMM.t Mrs. R. G. Wagner "
girl on your list ..e of IM en.er see a p.N display In the Iva Shop Is In the Tallahassee Women Susan Clark vice
eel cwe.W., of ... H....' outstanding. Basketball League. president Large Selciion of!
11_ W _karhe railed the meeting to order and l

In .everjfze, length, ....,......art.... err.......M. ....er.nrhr ..,...... Ahrml The deadline for news Is JTNIOR urns-BASKETBAlL I Oarol Wagner gave the devotional
,,_ r r_. ..._ Tuesday at noon-and we don'tlike I and led the flag salute, Jeannle
:re": ere 11II_ to take news over the phone. Our Junior Boys Basketball Program :tuber! railed the roll and read Beautiful Gift Items
color and / need It's so easy to misunderstand a for boys In the seventh and I the minutes of the previous meetIng. .
style you Was _M| he M clunk.. word and get a name spelled eighth grades will be organized I .

wrong. We had to leave out some after the Christmas holidays._ We. discussed the Christmas
things last week 'cause ---- --- .
they Just -- --- -

Oh, bytheway meone with

$1.50WYNNE'S 1M w. -....-....... a grey poodle came to the office
ts Luarss to see me the other day-don't
know who It was and fm curious.I

Noticed the Quincy Junior&'n. AGED
her High School honor roll In the 'f

EAST SIDE of SQUARE NEXT CLASS six Tigers_III.Tale gets shorter evl'17'1' PILIICISCHRISTMAS

Sight of the Week-Murray|
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Snonntr squeezing into Jlmi G1V1

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a big Increase from the II million Bull ity of cattle I I. better buUs.The .
tons of 1063 an all-Uhne low. ,Registered sales rommittJf. with J B.Gttrrttt. .
THE We used to take an average of I I Jr. .> (chairman hi at.
about 4 per cent of the Cuban pro I Sale Dec. 18th tempted to get good bull for
} FARM duction. (Ml Mle
In the meantime, the New C'1/1.I'[In Jackson Co.The .
FRONT gress Is expected to lat'klt'l'W GOP PARTY ('OFBRBC6ltmeese ;
sugar bill along with some other
t tough farm commodity problems Jackson Cntmty (Oiukmrn Republican Leader Ctar-
""BY DOYLE CONNER next )'t'ar. ,'*SK union I II hnMing ill tint Her Ira A. Hallwk of Indiana has cleared
i''irmt Bull Sato Frtrtav. ()seem., the way for an early part conferenoe .
; OMMISSIONERFLORIDA The tint full week trading in I err IS nl I p.m. CSTi ailhi', lo DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREDuring live beef cattle futures gut off to ;IlIl'klon County Fair Grounds In'leadership pmredurei If not
a fast Hart nyvnllv on Hi* ChicaI!Mwrlanna :in lomtcnihlp pi rxmnrl. TV meetIng .
-- Mercantile hK; liMMfr; I. The bulls offered for sale an had been tit tar Jammrs 4,
: the 'Fond: is a Bargain"weckiona i -- --- ------ 180-Approximately 450" contracts,',:from bends which have been brwdus the day the new Gonerm con
promotion recently In Our South Florida sugarcane,( for :38,000 pounds ,,'C''t'Ilrakltt 1 purebred cattle fur a numlirr games llHlIn was quoted al say
aod "fiir throughout the nation 1tJ'OwOllld do well to go skew during the week At Ih..l'I cal vrors. and It li tM) hope of the Inn that if enough member requmlrd
SEE WHAT A DOLLAR WILL the Only III' game contest appears 'I I in plain they may have to in-'I,chin of the week prices ranged 'aUI..mrn'l: Asmlaiion that many an earlier meeting II
10 have paid off handsome- crease sugananr planting at this from $2340 a hundiwreight\ for <11lh..1I' bulls \III nay in Jat'kunn,could be arranged.
y to some of the ahoj'P' who time April delivery, to $24.40 lor Oc I .'iHinlv to help Impnnr the qualityif -
took he urn lo play It. I Washington observers have re- tuber 18C1S delivery. trade cattle fYotwMy the I Thm it the time ;;r.Oar for
BUY AT JITNEY JUNGLESHEPHERD'S I The Super Market Institute reports -! pouted prospects are ImpixAlng\ According to Die Exchange president Ufalral need to improve UM qua!. 'hinters to hf rarrtlil
J8 grand prize winners of the sonietinie in dine near future .
11,400 each. and 352 second prizewinners poHUhly In IMS, ( ro will be EverrtleB llarrioA "It was
Winners 1 1 by tar the most aggressive opening FOR
of 1117 each. forced lo make a deal with the' -
WATER GROUNDIMEAL2 were scattered In areas front Klor-l|Iu. 3, that win bring him more : of any commodity we'\e everhad"
Ida to Maine and New York to lent back into lie \\enlem ora on the OiUago market.
California I Ifs eoKvuny Is continuing The contract specify Owice FUEL OIL
About 15,000 supermarkets featured gn lo pieces and the Russian live steers. with only mo
the contest which attracted I fled up with him aremle'thrry' ;points at this time, ltl--
Lb. about the same number of entries .I It is expected' any deal airomp- rags and Omiiha ll\e...toifc years HOME DELIVERY
Bag Some markets ran out ol linked will be made only on our' Trading Is not subject In U S.
cards before the week was over.Entries terms intro would have to getout t>'pnrtment of Agriculture rcKula-
by bona fide winners tit the Soviet orbit, make seen x, tires, but USDA' has agreed to CALL 627.8888
MARTHA WHITE were validated by electronic pa'mt'lll for wired U S. \II'OI"-rb, furnish grading .service when It Is In Quincy
I'qUlpmMlIUl'h m'I'IIltlttn'illl. and give up agitation and sabotageIn needed In pi'at'tice, few dili\\ 'cr 1II/
ble code marks Losers who Latin America. Ilea are expected In he made, nut +;
thought they had submitted winning when they are 1 lint responsible ye' 663-2319
But lox Inclined to believe CM-I 1.1
cards were sent letters explaining tro would Innlst, among oilier,1 although 1 it reported
FLOURWASHING 1B >qb. $1.00 why they didn win. things that the U. S. resume buying to believe 85 per cent."of the \live In Chattahoocht.

a I Opinions Infood- Industrywere value premium some price of hot Mow sugar our at a present fiord cattle that It way grades "clunk' will himout DISTRIBUTOR

mixed the
sugar alMinenls policy wtiuld brJIIJ:1II'd
of the rood Is a Bargain" promotion to aecwiiotlate reentry of To all my readers, best wishesfor
POWDERTIDE RICELAND Cuban sugar into the American a Merry Cliristmas and a PROMPT. DEPENDABLE
1 According to Paul S. Wilds market is the qucitlon faring Imppy, fruitful Newear. COURTEOUS SERVICE
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should be selected behind the grim walls of America, too, had a public: 10
of counting. While the rdypoly
them. Predictions In Britain called Mate, where Is the freedom Kin
continuing LOOKING It a does race between the humanity How Is It that some THE dlATTAHOOCHHE TRIBUNE Conservatives and Labor. In Rush us enjoy unprecedented liberty denly as he came to power Ilf
Published each Thursday it 16 S. Madison Street AHEAD la there were no predictions, for along with the next man caste I were having en election. Some,
A lot If. very few even knew stout It. careless ss to mug"rapprodwtnentl" various
Ferry to
9th.c eo...S hho..ctu. with sethgovernments aspects of our choosing pnxctt
1901 Denis ol DmitiM
..tr ttortose..uttott u thin? How Is II, could stand improvement, to b.sure .
Qulncy T taooahsiki.rry One of the most> engaging pictures (
tote- the bandwagon
..... of the Soviet changeover too. that we can \Increasingly : effect of
.d ClaM Potion. Paid at Qulaer florlUa was that of the crowds waiting rate the advance of these MU- extensive polling, the carnival'
One Year $3.00 Two Years &M Six Month $1.71 outside the Kremlin before Latrinestomb I freedom Ideas throughout the atmonphere of some campalgnmt]

J. L. Ilutchlnton .. ____.._.._..r _._ ?_? PuklitJaiMrs. SOME AMID CONSTANTS CHANGE during s celebration, to see I world and stand by voiceless1What afflicts of the candidates lark of dignity, the in bitter the eoniu biascommentators ,"t
Esther Suber ___ ?.........,."_""_ Editor The who would emerge on the balcony kind d helplessness << and their ,1.
lon Carman ...........__..__...,.,_?_._._.?.? Advtrtuing end News uncertainties about at, when above the tomb to greet the Soviet tree men today media, etc. But there romm m.ication
one links at the changes and prospective people. In Britain It was s tally The open SorlctyIf here despite the ire
constants turmoil
ORIb4 changes in the world ot seats In the House of Commons In this world of conflicting, change. America must
of remain
structures and the losing party would men must In fear stand
RATION IDITORIAlItfj6 power are staggering 1 Ideologies an open society, regardless a)
rumovrra among the ruling per- become Her Majesty's "loyal op awaiting deeds done In Ofrkneissuch I the world drift to darkness.
TI Banalities have been tremendous position" officially recognized as a loss : the the leader of organized crlUdsm there Is the dogma
n.aear In pant year. A list ol erstwhile all. If anywhere HIS D'F.IXO188
N decision makers of barely toward the new regime. In Russia that men exist to serve" the state, London Maurice IWit hasbeen
more than a year ago includesnames there would be no criticism. There the danger Is very real that such wishing for year that hit
% no tanner significant in was mostly dUhonor for the deposed -darkness could spread to engulf wife would dye her hair red !Sis
fbic global affairs nor even the national leader, regardless of his us all The effectiveness of sudden finally' did sod Maurice was very
attain of those respective contributions to his country. change, the limits placed upon However, the next more
,nations. Our destinies All this such opinion-afl may appear tappy.
were shaped suggests us that minority In ing he was covered m a maw o|
"Rather Ineffective"The by men now pushed aside by needs of darkness truly are an- "scientific" andutilitarian" blotches and staling all over. A
death or other change: President scchronlstlc In this era ot know- safeguarding an Ideology. But told Maurice be was sj.lerdr .
Kennedy, Prime Minster Macmillan -,I ''e and reverence for science. I these tactics, even when we practice hair dye.
President' less than spirited support of the ,Chancellor Adrnaur, Prime;'When men must await In tear what : them, are anti-freedom. -* to
dedicated efficient and long-sulfering FBI Chief J. Edgar Milliliter Nehru Other names like I -
Hoover at his conference at the LBJ Ranch should Xc'fcnbaker, Goulart, Belancourt.i,I
press Diem and Khanh, etc. are no long-:,' IN
have prepared us for ensuing reports that one of the er headlines. I U Christmas Gift
most respected and admired public servants of our time When In mid-Octuoer on a single

1s about to walk the plank. According to on. sourceany day the world's the ruling great power nations in changed two of

delay will be due to the considerable task of finding hands, one could feel that the 13 WesternWEAR%
a replacement who will not offend public sensibilities too have periodic checks for oil driven to that when al tumbling events d history were

deeply. licensed driver no longer U capable of meeting the lettorying jumbling a his jigsaw picture picture like a puzzle.child I
Asked whether he thought Mr. Hoover's usefulness standards which the late feels are necessary for the ;New and untried men were In
"had been impaired" by his statements on the subjects safety of others, his license will be revoked. charge In Britain and Russia, and

ol the Rev. Martin Luther King, the Warren Commission We must In some way, cut down on the toll auto. if find one the should lint grown look further to Include he would more I I

and the Supreme Court the President narrowed his replyto mobiles are taking. I than a half-dozen other important'
the colloquy between the two individuals. In the nations,
course of his answer, he said: Cuntnutlng Systems I

Mr. Hoover has been called upon by the QUINCY leadership In all the, it changes Is difficult of poIttlcall say

President and others on many occasions to do work in now many and which ones are for I
the examination and the study and the Investigation in CALENDAR OF EVENTSA good or III When, power la altered I

this field of civil rights. He has been dIlg.nt and rather hands or,passed one can to new only and uk untested what

tiiectve, and I would hope in the months ahead w< Community Service by the Inferences remain and what difcrenres .' y w
would have further evidence of his the outstanding may be produced by new I
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 827.8518 emphases and weakening or grow,
capacity of his people and that this would not deq.n..ratelnto ing alliances.We bw Pt i
a personal battle of personalities." can be thankful that the
Not since the day of Harry Truman we would say, Thursday, December 17CannIng Center 8 5; Florida changes In Britain and Russia
servant been damned such State Employment Service, 9.3, S. Robert St. were not accompanied by blood
has any public publicly by I shed. Yet they were no loss serous
faint praise. And the sudden shift of reference from "fur Friday, December 18- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al lacking purges, beheadings
ther evidence of his" (Mr. Hoover's), to "the outstanding anon Family Croup, 8 p.m.. St Paul's Parish House;: or assssination. We must hop that 1 FOR
he differences so vast and obvious
capacity of his people," Is hardly subtle. Canning Center, 8 5; Quincy Woman's Club, 11 have been apparent to thoughtful,
Nor, despite the President's recent dedication to civil a.m., Woman's Club House; Air Force Recruiter, pl'rllOl18hrooghoul the world. In
rights, and in view of the record on which Mr. Hoover 8 12, Post Office. England, the citizens went to poll- MEN WOMEN CHILDREN
Ing places to select which party
based his evaluation of Dr King's probity, does It seem ':
would have the balance of
likely that the President underestimate the FBI Chiei'i Monday, December 21- Kwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson while In Rumla. the people power waited
effectiveness And it will be a sad day for all Americans. House; Masonic Lodge, Cadsden Chapter No. 30, -I

Including Dr. King and his cohorts, when the direction of R.A.M., Tal-Mar-Quln Council 23, 8 p.m, IlasonU HATS PANTS BOOTS
the Federal Bureau of Investigation passe from the hands Building; Social Security Representative, 9:30 a.m., Positive Protection
Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30:
of Hoover.
J Edgar p.m.Presbyterian Scout Hut Church.;; Girl Scout Troop 149, 4 p.m., First Against TERMITES! SHIRTS BELTS JACKETS

I On Christmas PresentsThe Tuesday, December 22- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary

giving of presents to our family and close friends Club Masonic, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Complete Line of Western and Riding Wear
Building; Business & Professional Women,
at Christmas is an old tradition but not as old as Christ.
7 p.m. Kittrell'* Restaurant; Florida Highway Patrol wont
mas itself. It varies In different countries. In the United
Auxiliary, 8 p.m, Highway Patrol Station.
Slates we exchange gift on Christmas day itself. JUST ARRIVED
Our son and daughter open their present from Wednesday, December 23Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m.,
Santa Claw on Christmas morning Santa having Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant;; riissvti-Tiuru waNe
brought them during the night of the 24th-2Slh. But in Exchange Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House. Tilkul lo cal kbor. Italy sad TREES FOR IMMEDIATE PLANTING
Germany, for an example, the youngster get their .found. lomilt out C6nfiontl.lly rlddMir You ttolr fiMdnlworry hom. tr.
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December 5th. the exchangepresents
presents on Only Stat. Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert =:: ,It ys hewy0Y,t..rcha.ct,,. .r Persimmon Chinese Chestnut Pecan
at Christmas and this 1* done not on the 25th .',..sesct/y.... "be,. Woieant.dSimi. t"Nan. -
Street Recruiter
but Christmas Ev. Navy 9:3011:30 a.m., Post Office. .., .h.s psaiw. ..ootstl.n.gst.st
tatTt..nd rot HtmttL Vatto
We should remember the real meaning of Christmas Friday December CHRISTMAS DAY. .. MMMM'. Mf.lu.r .dd. ton
then 2%! Ut..o.t*f S nm rwnw.Wrlti
In all the buying of presents, party-making and soda]
or san Iod., for
affairs We should each spend some time resolving to Monday, December 28- Xiwanl Club 1 p.m., Jefferson mi BOOKLETS
live our lives more carefully, according to the religious House; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m.,, .e er all petit loci! lumber QUINCY FEED MILLS I
pattern we are following. For Christmas on this earth Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: dealer er PN k Lumber
p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 First FTMtrrlnf Company
should be a time of great hope and spiritual inspiration p.m.
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I bet son in lun fl.'u ".
The hostes served congealed
Hibiscus Circle Christmas Bridge / Col. and Mr John Gcihaiiuid
fruit salad, chicken salad sand p.
wiches crackers, cake and coffee I .JOnalS family.
Luncheon Held
Has Christmas and Russian tea from a beautifully WOMEN'S PAGE Mr. and Mn. Maxwell\ Strosn
table. plan to\ leave today for Ft. Myer
Program Tues.The appointed Mr*. Kenneth Maxwell and Mrs. Robert Maxwell student atValdoata to visit her aunt Mrs E. E. Dam-
New members In this circle Slate Collage has completed
Cortolle Edwards were CO hostesses and husband.
are Mrs. Clark Plcmmons, Mrs.E. Person Items of beautiful Christmas his work for his A3 degree Miss Jeanne Ftxet visited In
having nodal to call I at a
nature are urged
Circle B. and Mrs. Por
hibiscus Garden enJoyed Catlln Ralph the and will arrive home tomorrow. aunt and
at Dallas T.1I81th\ her
MrL bridge luncheon yesterday
a delightful Christmas pro- ter.There May S. RicbarcUon at MAID 7-8503 i home of the former. Guest were U- CoL and Ms. Ben Franklin uncle, Mr. and Ain Lawrence

tram at lie home of Mrs. Elbert I was a good attendance at __ ,....... their Fourth Wednesday Bridge and children of Orlando will arrive Pollock recently.
.HHIU'JQ'KaaUon \
Luten Tuesday. Beautiful Christmas this Christmas party. Club members and another Wednesday Friday to spend two weeks with Mrs Lee R. Munroe and granddaughter
decoration were In the living piece was the crocheted' club five table her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Miss Julie Munroe have
and dining room The Christmastree Mrs. Kibilka HostessAt Baptist Class Sanla Claus head that aha makes'!Batemans' 50th Outstanding Christmas decora- Williams returned torn a trip to Atlanta.
which was attractively decorated Ions were from the front door to Second Lt. and Mrs. Edward Mn. W. a Pittman Is vWting
was In the den. There was Tuesday LuncheonMrs. Enjoys SupperAt to fit on door knob, completewith Wedding DateApproaches !the kitchen. Wilson Hinson, Jr., of Quantlco In Atlanta Kith. her daughter,
M exchange of gift ails the custom I Fred Kibilka entertainedwith whiskers, button eyes, nose I( Following a delicious turkey Va., will\ arrive Saturday to spend Mill Bertie Pittman.Mr. .
of this circle. and red lam. She also showed the holidays with their parents
the Lake HomeOn lunch three progressions and Mrs A. J, Lockerman
a luncheon Tuesday ,
cluster of gold and silver bells Mr. and Mrs. Ned lliiuon and
Following a abort business session Rou at the Jefferson were played. Tallies were of a had aa recent guest Mrs W. C.
Betsey room with red or green clapper,, angels Mrs. Mark Munroe, Jr.
members of the circle displayed Yuletide motif. Slmmi. Sr of Brlnaon, Ga.
articles and arrangements House. centered A lovely Christmas the table.A arrangement Monday night, December 13 etc. that Alrs. James Cox Celebrating their fiftieth weddIng Winners of high low and bingo Mrs. C, T. Straughn and Mrs. Henry Rollins Jr., son of Mr.
whldi' they had made and explained at 7-30 the Jewel Class of the make and has In her little gift anniversary are Mr. and Mn received attractive pn/es. Harold Bcvta were recent visitors and Mrs H. W. Rollins has returned -
how they were done. Many three course lunch was served First Baptist Church entertained shop in Greensboro. Mrs. Richardson W. S. Bateman who will\ greet I There was an exchange of In Albany, Ga., guest of the for from Monacco where he
helpful Ideas were gleaned from the 10 guests. their husbands with a Chrixtmas concluded her program" friend and relatives at an open Christmas gift from the brilliantly mer's son In law and daughter, served as a Peace Crops Volun
this. There were some outstanding Following lunch the groups enjoyed Supper at the dining restaurant of with a poem, "Christmas Chimes. liousc. December 20, from 2 to I ain lighted tree. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson-

Christmas decorations shown. _conversation.a"fitting"gift.___ ___ Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Veasey on Mrs. R. M. M. Davidson showed their home at Tclogia. I Mrs. Julian Devil of Chattahoo- teer.The Rev and Mrs. Timothy
lAke Talquln. Rev. and Mrs. a Christmas\ arrangement that Mr. and Mrs. Bateman have two Buffet Supper GivenAt dice was a recent guest of her Elder and children spent a week
r Thorns E. CUttino, Rev and Mr*. she made, depicting a tree with children, three grandchildren and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Route In Blountstown with relatives.
Bill Bricker and the Superintendent trimmings to be used on a coffee grandchildren. Richardson HomeMr. Miss Sada Bostlrk has return. children
two great They are Mrs. Virginia Bowling and
of the Adult B Department, table. Each month some memberof ed from Jacksonville where she
both natives of Liberty County. had weekend her
I and Mr Jack Richardson as guests
Howard Thomas and his wife, the circle brings an arrange attended a Welfare meeting.
brother' R. J. Morgan of Newbern,
i were special guest After a moment ment. Tlris one wa* very originaland entertained with a buffet supper Mrs. Nina Bevis and grandson
of quiet meditation Rev. artistic. Mrs. Kibilka read aChristmas Presbyterian at their home on Rosewood Saturday John Cephart. Jr., plan to leave N. C.
Cain has returned froma
L. D.
Cuttino led In prayer and a bullet \ prayer In conclusion.The I nlKht. Beautiful Christmas .Sunday December 20 to spend the
supper prepared by class members president, Mrs. Fred Nord- Circles MeetCircle decorations were effectively used holidays In Ft Banning Ga., with buying trip to New York-
was enjoyed by everyone. haUl was a guest at the luncheon. in the:. living! and dining! roomsas
Mrs. Ed Craig, president of the Soft Chistma music wa played I well a* in we noncia room.
class, presented Rev. Bill Bricker in the background. Number 1 of the First Sixty-five friends were guestson
who gave timely devotional l on Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Sylvesler this occasion,
the meaning of Christmas.\ Mr*. Woodward, chairman, mel
W. C. Rhoades was in charge of Bridge Club At Monday morning at ten o'clock at Mrs. Murray SpoonerIs
the home of Mn. Union Munroe
AMERICAN the entertainment and led the
with 8 members present. The Bridge Hostess
group In the singing of Christmas Annual PartyFriday
chairman led the Bible study from
carols Mrs. Brick.
accompanied by
Mr*. Murray Spooner wa hos-
the meaningof
r. Ephesiuns on
er at the portable organ. The
night the Tally Bridge Christmas. The group discuss- less to her bridge club Wednesday
group fellowship of thirty-right In conversation people enjoyed -,Club entertained with their annual ed the emphasis for the month afternoon. Christmas decorationswere Time tocheck f
Christmas party for their husband at Interest points.
'Annuities and Relief.
luggage following' the entertainment. Mrs at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- High score was won by Mr*.
This la the H. J. Davis U the teacher of the This buffet Circle 2, Mrs. W. D. Bell, chair- Dick Suber. your
nell May. was a sup
that's won the acclaim class. man, met at the home of Mn the the hostess
Christmas decoration Preceding game
ef Oleg Caisinl. It com per.* Beautiful were in evidence in. all the. Don May with 9 members and 1 served a dessert with coffee. PARTYCLOTHES : '
lines astonishing light- visitor in attendance. The chairman
CircleAt the attractive home. Mrs. Hal VanLandIngham was
Magnolia room
Dais without sacrificing led the Bible discussion.
I club.
with the
of this club Mn. a guest playing
Member are
strength wall-to-
Circle 3, Mrs. P. C Davis,
Mrs. C R. Shaw,
wall unwrlnVllngrooml. Arthur Pixel
LuncheonSeventeen with Mn. C H "
sass and Permanlte Jr., Mr'*. Sam McMillan, Mn. Ed'chairman with met 11 at 4 Bridge Club Meets With and .
Curry p.m.MI'1Io
coverings that are absolutely Kmbry, Mn. Francis McCall, Mrs. Mrs. R. D. Woodward
John Allen Smith was Bible
member were In attendance
travel-proof. Bates Mrs. Fennell May,
I'aten stainless steel at the Christmas lunch. Mn.George Robert Gardner Mn. C H., moderator and Mn. W. H. Fort Mrs. R. D. Woodward Jr. entertained send
closures seal out dust eon the Magnolia Garden Circle Gray, Mn. IL R. Reddlck, Mn. talked on the emphasis. her bridge club Tuesday
and damp, foam rubber had at the home of MM. Douglas Fain Embry and Mn. Lamar Mun Circle 4 ol which Mn. John C. afternoon. Polnsetlia and other them lh
padded handles pamper Brooks Friday at twelve thirty. roe, Jr.There. llmnon Is chairman, met with at Interest
seasonal flowers
the palm, and swing Mrs. James Watt opened with a Mn. R. 1>. Woodward, Jr. There were /*
action locks cant pop 3irl tma devotional. Following was an exchange gift I.were 14 present. Mn. Raymond points. to. >
from Die attractively decorated Winner of high and low scoreswere
apes even when ever lunch the regular monthly meetIng Boyd led the Bible discussion and .
awarded novelties.Snack
kyekad0! wa held with the chairman, tree. Mrs. Jason Gregory talked on served
and coffee were
Mrs Fisher William presiding. Annultlt and Relief. *
during the afternoon.
Mr*. Lanier Richardson' secretary Centenary Circle Circle 6, Mn. J. M. Giffm
In"sU t high fashion read the minutes. Treasurer, I chairman, met with her with 10
colors, Tweed, Golden Mrs. Pclham Sullivan then gave At Yule Party present. Mn. Lanier Richardsongave \ I Bridge Club Meets
White, American Blue, her report. Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. the Bible lesson and the With Mrs. Cook
Silver Dunk, Cavalier Fred Kibilka and Mrs. RichardMm talked about the emphasl
Brown and Fawn. In brought the report from the Clrde Six of Centenary Methodist Mrs. J. Klnson Cook was
SI sties for mm and executive board meeting. Church enjoyed a Christmas Rod Shaw III Is tees to her bridge club hos-I
women. party at the home of Mr'a. Maxwell night. Yuletide decoration
Mr Kibilka, chair
Strom Monday afternoon. Honored Here '
effectively arranged. Precedingthe
man, announced that Mr*. Richardson MORROWfor
had of the I Yuletide decorations were effectively game she served a dessert with
programfor arranged In the living and Mr. and Mn. Rod Shaw of coffee.
the She Mrs.
day. presented dining rooms. Tallahassee entertained here at the Mrs. Windle Rldlehoover was

W cL Woo,1 Jewele Sullivan tiful hand who decorated displayed Christmas the beau. Mn. G. W. Byrd told a beautiful home of their son in law and high score winner and Mr*. Pat Sanitone Dry Cleaning

lockings which she make a* a Christmas story, following a short daughter Mr. and Mn. Norman. Higdon Jr., low. They received
McMillan, Saturday, with a birthday
hubby. She also showed lovely business session. novelties for prizes.
dinner In honor of their grandson Guest playing with the club
handmade linen towel with Cake, ambrosia and coffee were
107 E. Jefferson QUINCY, FLORIDA Christmas motif and explained served at conclusion of the pro Rod Shaw III of Tampa, who were Mrs. Gene Williams Mrs.
was visiting relatives. The occa Bobby McPherson and Mn. Al
how each wa made A conver- gram.
ion the honoree'l 8th birth.
;;..;" wa Baretlch. Sanitone
,day. service is

I Mr. and Mr*. Rod Shaw, Jr. and Mrs. Maxwell Strom recommended by
daughter Reedl of Tampa and such famous clothingmanufacturers '
Hostess At
Mn. B. A. Wilkinson of Tallahassee Bridge '
WE'reUK" at this nice family Mr*. Maxwell Strom was hostess as
affair. to her bridge club Wednesday aft Handmacher, Serbin,

ernoon. Outstanding Christmas Worsted-Tex, because ,
Tuesday Club Meets decorations terest. were at point of In. it preserves the

With Mrs. E. C. Love Mrs. Joseph Suber, Jr. won smart appearance Q
y hl high score and was awarded a gilt of fine clothes.
Mn. E. C. Love wa hostess to picture frame. Holder of low Our thorough
I the Tuesday morning bridge club Sirs. Coddle Edwards, a guest ar' i
this week. Seasonal decorationswere at the club, received a novelty.At dry cleaning will I
I I at point of interest. Sand conclusion of three progressions rejuvenate last r.

wiche\ dips, cake, cookies ancoffee the hostess served a dessert season's clothes so they'll actually look and feel
served. Novelties
I were awarded for prizes. with coffee. like new. Spots go; colors sparkle; garments take

Winners were Mn. W E. Mid CHRISTMAS PARTY on new life. Our prices are moderate, our

dleton and Mrs. Douglas Brook, service superior Call on us today. Be ready
first, Mrs. Henry Faulk and Mrs.Fad for the parties ahead.
L. May second and Mr*. Mn. Nina Bevis entertain Sat
George W. Munroe and Mn. Henry urday afteemoon Dec 12 and
Weinberg, third.NERVOUS. Monday afternoon Dec- 14th witha WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY

The Ladies of Your Choice I I pupil Christmas party for her piano DECEMBER 25 AND 26

I elementary the beginner and
pupil were honoree
? 'and on Monday the Junior High DRIVE

with flair for color and High School group. Seasonal n CfeanerJ
a decoration were at focal point
(l (f I Christmas carols were sung and IN

(It there was an exchange of gifts
( from the beautifully decorated CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETS

Gift Items In tree Punch and an assortment of QUINCY FLORIDA

c. ,_ Lingerie { L I cookies were served the 34 guests. t t 1


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A tall.lreYJlNwd plant
with bell-shaprd Dower whichwe i i Gold Cup Arrow Norris Creighton Wren
know as foxglove digitalis i1
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In 1722. This belated i f/l/rAt
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however and digital embarked
M a yo-ywuke existence
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eorge Poston I I five Eugene brothers Potion Berry both Potion ol Quincy Quincy ;-(Postmaster Says! LOOKING BACKWARD AND FORWARD Bernard Joyner Thomas Sunday

)ied Monday AiHospital John Bryant Poston Jacksonville Mail Christmas Died Monday Completes Basic
Rufui Poston, Chicago, Ill, There was no room In the Bethlehem mn,
oral William C But a magnificent scioll was there to begin
Poston. Palatka. and Cards
I By Dec. 18To Bernard Joyner. 84, t restdmtl Airman Tliomaa EX Sunday njnof
Albert W. Potion Gretna and To unfold its to world I
meaning a doubting .
of Havana and a lifetime resident" Mr and Mrs. Aubrey .. SuniTiy
George William Poston, 42. a one titter' Mary Poppetl Concord be absolutely nn of en. Increasing in glory at it became unfurled. of Gailsden<< CMinly, died at. 10:13pm tot Rt 1, awtlahonhce. nas :tun
onlt time employee of H\ciro QM Pallbearers were Bill Mote, time delivery rat ll-to\\11 Christ- The grandeur and beauty of the ornamental detifn Monday, December 14, pieced Air Force basic mil.firy!:"
(Company of Quincy. died al i:30: I John Brorkman J. W. Beta Eddie mat cardt should be put In the Had a continuous theme, depicting a vine the Garisdrn County l Honpltal I. .11 training at Ucklnnd AKB San
lam Monday December 14 it Dyal, and Jimmy Hpndenon.,mall tomorrow, December U at With millions oi branches rife, Funeral settlers were' held I Antonio Tex
the! Gad>-dni County Honorary W. D.
Hospital alter pallbearer were the
latest. Postmaster James Cox Tuesday at the graveshle In Salem Almmn Sudsy Is being
Line all their sustenance from the Fountain of tile assigned
i lengthy tilers i Lamar Blackburn: Joe warned Getting Cemetery with Hov Dltk Oticnin to a Strategic! Air ( unmsnjCiU'l
Mr Poston a native of Lnes Sam McMillan and JohnPo.D. Fountain surrounds the Eternal
] GreUia. This Rock Funeral ,
I The postmaster aim noted that rharge Butler-Morgan ) unit at PllIUxbtll'UJ
licrud iu' service. manager for these It more to the lour new I Supplying living water to the Shepherd's flick Home was in charge ot arrangements N Y. for training and dug ita

[ !the got nil c .mpamFui c run's 1\1'' conducted Oirlstmas stamps than fiat a pretty Which He redeemed by shedding His blood, siiiply| : speilallst. His unit supports :
( McCrory Workers design He .Is survived by several nieces the SAO minion of keeping:
it 1 ', m ttulncvhv, it Mt Zton,;: : Insuring the covenant of brotherhood.The ]
the nation" Intercontinental
Baptist Church with] RP\ john.I Each of the ally colored holiday : life In the vine descends from above; and law. nephews and11'0 sisters-in- sites and Jet bomhen on mutant mu
[ tie! \liirjnn; In char:r The: body Got Cash Gifts messengers can trigger a Is the manifestation of continuing love alert
can interred In the Mt Zion Cem-I vast amount of postal service for
with .T you." he taid. Issuing from the Fountain tn ceaseless flow lie Is a jraduale ft ChatUJrochrettlKhSthool
eter\ Bdnmt Funeral''For Christmas Living Pearls
That the branches liv. and continue to .
Hoi 11' m tnnre five-cent postage provides may grow.
He i il nimucl hh]., wife Mrs.I flnt-clasi mail privilege for The vineyard which covets the entire earth -- ---
Geneva Poston ,.' Qumithree Employee of the McCrory.Me-. Christmas cards This means they: Was shown to the prophets before Christ's birth: Guy R.'I
tons. George Dan rl Boston. a 1.1'I18n.l'rn Variety Store (M MGl may be forwarded or returned It The Husbandman'. Gift oi His precious Son SITU NO ROOM laming. Mich Ruh)linn.
tailor In the United Mntn Navy ] on North Adams Street In undeliverable and they receive the' "Utvause there was no room for Doll It'vearold high school. senior
John Howard Poston and Randall I Quincy, began their yuletide .1 normal first-class priority In Was designed to cripple the evil on. tin-in in I the Inn." tLuke 2:7) hasn been aWe lo hear crow
little early this year with the tI, and All God In the oi time she lost after
Intuition' tFrid Y"j'r; ; handling delivery"Of promised morning Not long ago a professor of payrholtitfy her hearing eat nfecllons -
11. of cash 0 Chrlttmat course, the ramps will be] Was to limit the power oi the lather oi crime In one tot our great unl- hillowlng mumps hen
their gift from !good for all mailing purposes for I By bruising his head retarding the race versifies gate a wi>rd.suggestion she wan five Heccnlly a rat donf
company.The which his eras nt stmtonts.lie was slammed nt-arhy snot the was
postage stamps are used"The i I had entered Grace. trat to forty
Which satan to
gift were distributed by : Port Office Department conquer tn tnited thin to write the const-tout of hearing the nmvorsallon
M B Lewis. manager of the .to.... I predict another record volume The scroll ol the ages continues to unroll wurd Christmas' ," and all the ot the two vningiten with
Accompanying the gifts was a if mall this Chrlitmai, with seven 1 Revealing to the world the Artist's goal class did so "No*'." said the profnwnr her Dot-tors believe me slammed
lo letter to employees from Samuel :'billion pieces moving through the The Image was In the Master mind write alter the word tutor created pressure which illsInlgcd -
Neaman President of M-M-G-: system during the pre-Qirontntas Of all creation of whatever kind. 'Christmas the tint thought llwtflaslMs scar lismieANYONE
'It li Indeed
a pleasure at this Ihrough your mind re-
QiriKtmai Season to join with yoarmanager peakTie postmaster Is suggesting! Somewhere in the scroll, are shown many men; galling thai day When the
In laying Thank You' that all outgoing mail Include the The Adamlc race who are born in sin. papers were turned In, such an- INTERESTEDIN
'd! for your loyal. enthusiastic support local ZIP Code 32351: In return They all have transgressed the sacred laws ao ere were given as a tree, mislle PIANO LESSONS'
I and cooperation during the year address. hid, presents, turkey Jolly, holiday
I But Elder Brother is pleading cause
1964 and to extend sincere best "People should keep Christmas an carols and Santa. Claus hut FOR THEIR CHILD
wishes for a very Merry Christ- mailing lists current. They should 1 Mabel D. Bell nut one had written "The birth PLEASE CALL $27-7845
1-- ono ind a Happy New Year" ''or' wornler
I cheek the return addresses of all J'HII5'I (there any
incoming cards make tune they] no (why' there. It to much distrustdlscuntrm ,
have the correct addresses In their Mrs. frank Whittle. outgoing I I Inca gift to tlie QiriKt Child, a discord, disbelief and
GET A BEAUTYOF 'little black bonk' and then add president, welcomed the guests Episcopal ,itt) f0,0.450'i hllil their town .tsar and]dliwlpntlon' A.723HAPPY
]ZIP Codes to their listing." he and introduced )In. Cnvtruton. v, \ Drew rclK'Hiiuil will lie at I It iniKlil well be an livlidnicnt I
said. : Mrs. Covlngton Uien Introduce .1 I pm rui-mlii, UvomlxT 22nd. nt the rhurrhes and those who are. GIFT
| ZIP Coded mall generally moves club Church Notes allinl "Oirlstliins" "brrause tux
the other officers and the new ;' .
A CHECKJOIN : In a more direct route and It was fifth avenue ailvertising awn"
I'handled fewer times before reaching Mrs.president.a F.A Shepard special, guest the Slate ChattahoocheePersonals have heist able lo usurp a meat / t1tI
Its detonation. This not only Council presidentMrs. from Bt. Faul't precious day and pracrful men I,
speeds handling of the malls, but nI''I/It. U It any wonder duct the N3lt.1tt
:. Marjorie Gregory spoke a Talk about politics In the
1 saves the Post Office Departmentla tops that are selling best this
few words to the new officers. .
at considerable turn at money.I Church Our young churchimnpulled year are "war I llomarand "weaponsT -
Cookies nuts, candled grape'fruit
thereby enabling the postal service Russian off the neatest pumim)I did grant that we would
65 I tow postal peel, coffee, and of with their Mrs. c. C. Harbin Mn Francis concerned with the
!to maintain the present tea served during the tea coup uJrnl rapture lie more platIng
] were IVviiMi-k Mn A. II hdwards.Mn ,
rates. on of the' oldces ot the liospel rather than a
Postmaster Cox noted that the hour. ol both District lYesldent and! Joe shn'hce and Juliamlahwere gun In the hands ol the "110 called'iMikward
Christmas rush is the biggest tea Vice President going to Hill New- shotting. in Tnlliilumce ttl- people ol tlie world!
00 ,v1e I ton for the Pat Office, but that W. I. FunderburkIs comb and ('aytosr I lummy respectively day jo.lt peace Is not promised all
V the country U In the midst of a with J>vl( Kmnry going i( Mrs J. ... Davis Mint Anna men A literal tnuwlatlon from
J' |mall explosion. The It billion Death VictimWilliam repreacnt the Dlmvse at the,Ronnie and Judy Duman were reek nl Luke 2: 14 reads. "t.lury
pieces of mill handled during the lYmlivlal Synod at Him'k Mountain ''visiting In Panama City Friday I to bid In Die highest, and nn .
past year Is six billion mare than I "Bill" runderburk, N C. and with Hill and The lIt'h&hlk1rs nf !hJth River earth, pace ll\ men ot gtulUN Ii.( 1
i the number ot pieces deliveredonly 43, of Havana was pronounced 3ayton ex-offl<'lo becoming members Junctlmi weliiime Mr and, Mnllnlund ,I WK MAY A .
I three yean ago I dead on arrival at the Gadwlcn ol the Diocesan built Cummlsslim Dalton and family' whn l-KAdi Oil A WORlD IN IMWF.M >
I The post office needs your County Hospital at (10: am Our thanks go lo Mr. leave just moved In :their lovely 1
1, yt1 'f cooperation," he concluded.Gadsden Thursday Dec. 10. Fred Jones our tliamlx-r (4 Commerce brisk home here
A native of Alexandria La., Mr. manager for his ex|._ltlii Mr std Mn; Robert Joe Williams Tuesday Club Meets
JOIN OUR I EH h'underburk had recently moved of the glories of liadmlt-n County and children and Miss Man With Mrs. SuberThe KODAK
la Havana following retiremen 'to the amumed youth of this sees.The Jane Davis were sllo' tpirtg In Tatluhnssie .I
CHRISTMASCLUB from the United Stale' Army. Heat meeting cloned with a Chiml r"rt ld.lyMn Turly. afternnrei Midge In44tainffc 500
Council Has "" a member of the Havana Baptist Evensong and Sermon at ahlshthe club enjoyed a itellghtful lirist-
NOWI Church. Rector was die Hfii-Utnl' and Mary UVime vlslti il re)1.1 nuts liummin at the home of MnJo Camera
atlvet In Uithan Ala. last weekMn. .] Suher this week YuletKlp
Yuletide PartyThe Funeral service were conducted the Reverend Ire Mathrwi the ph
torn the Havana Baptist Oiurch Preacher. Uoth J'al'l,1IIt.,1It! and l.aurat'IIr! ) of Qulmy III ikHix-atkuia In a pink, silver and liutanl.loading -
at 11 am. Friday with the Rev. Church were packed for the 01'1.lion visiting, her sister, Mn, W. J' gold ntotlf Will fwd In the taN
A SMALL AMOUNT WEEKLY Gadsden Extension Homemaker W. R. Osteen In charge. The body Entered on bite ( ,m. UUrysn low n-verol l weeks.Mn slnndliu rtooorstlons. Htutdtomt styling

I Council entertained witha was Interred in Woodlawn Cemetery munlcant Rolls of Si Cauls! 3it\n Pi-Ion' and MIMI The luni-hno laWe was pwerwl I .....'. ...._Iie ...* W Me
CAN GIVE YOU ALL YOU NEED Christmas party Thursday. Dec. at Havana. Butler.MarganFuneral Church: Joseph Ratio Illiammin Peggy Runkle were vliilllng Ha' by a haikkMime pink linen cloth
10, at the Quincy Woman dub Home of Qulncy was In and Norma Lee Keyet Williamson, lives In Dnnnlaonvllle, ia. this, and mill' .ml by a pink atilt silver' I pies tail Uitt end thvltof seedy I
This party celebrated the endof charge of arrangements. ';11thl'lr baptUed children, weekend arrangementKblltmliig fer say pktvrs tltvaHo." Dn*oc.t

SOc each week for 50 weeks $ 25.00 a fuccetsful year'* work and Active pallbearers were Boyd Diane Carter Williamson and Mr. Dorrls IWane was a but- \ lunch, three ,pruRrrsslons plea |M.:* KedafMt : :
Introduced the new officers for fjonard, Kxl Herring. T. W.Touchtnt Susan Elisabeth Williamson" Innsen ot hrlilge wen played. WInter leads cemtre end ,
$ 1.00 each week IMS. W. U Williams, Jr. via St. Thomas' Church. Miami beta visitor In 1" hAn Thursday ot. high acre was Mrs. Henry ........ llsctik eve einrret ca-J|
for 50 weeks 50.00
The club was beautifully deco Wilson Hall and Dirk WlUlamt from the Church of sloe Ad\ Mn Wlltx'ngasn. | o( Talluhas- hulk clot received. a Oirtsl.nun eel ....."'... Ne ....'
rated by the different nubs In see was visiting friends henTuewlay llolikr ol bingo, Mrs. tHuttef treat"s" '
Mr. Funderburk It survived by \If'IIIln Tallahassee The lions 1 5p nn. speeds
$ 2.00 each week for 50 weeks $100.00 the county. Dogwood Club made one daughter. Miss Elisabeth nt Matrimony are herewith published (Mho hdtttrds alsn received ail .5551. to 1/500., ....-LS

a tree shaped wreath which was Funderburk. o< Havana and ason. for the third time between Mr. Urn Runkle of Rt Pi-ten-. I|,,,.,. Iwn. leacrtifwl cen.lr.nlql |
$ 3.00 each week for 50 weeks $150.00 used on the front door. In the William U Funderburk Jr.. Moselle Peter Vincent and Kolt- burg Is a visitor of hit parents. There was an eiHwnge ntIlltutmas
entrance hall a gold Oirlstmat ot Norfolk Va.Providence. ert Hall orlon Maxwell both ntQulnry Mr and M.... Marlon Runkle lora ( gifts at It His annual $94.50
$ 5.00 each week for 50 weeks $250.00 tree was used by Talquln\ dub whose marriage will hetolemntied week.Mr custom ol this/ rluh a
l Pine dub used greenery to decorate and blessed in the and Mrs. W. n. Armstrong
$10.00 each week for 50 weeks $500.00CITIZENS the stairway and Providence Club evening ol Dnremlx 20th at 6 In were lousiness visitors In Quint Georgia green and growlnioresls CROUCH'S'REXALL
{I fused greenery candles and poin- I St. Paul's Church Christmas )'rllw)'. ft pnivkle, more raw malerUlfnr
settlat on the mantle. In Recent Meet proper will b* kept with our tradltionat pulp ami paper mills than an, DRUGS
I Gretna had a beautiful candelabra ] midnight service beginning Hunting Lodge Is ether stale In tlie ftouth. In lt"lUnirgla [i;
;t with red potnsetttas and The Providence Homemakers at 11:10 pm. Thursday< IIs"em'bee pnnKiiTc III million
candles on the piano. Exhfitlnn Cub had their meetIng J4lh. It will lie a festival Scene of Luncheon i iMra. curds nf puliiwund lo |li' of the re- QUINCY. FLORIDA
I Havana and Hlnson dubs useda Tuesday, the 10th at the homeof ceh-braUon of the INy HxtarUI: gin fur the lath consecutive year.
: lovely cutwork cloth and anarrangement I Mrs. Alfred Suher with MI'II'I with Sermon for those mho cannot K II Rmitrm ami Mrs.
I ot white camellias E. T. Richards a* co4imrtrts. The make their Christmas*..- Putter Wm.ll Ty enlrrliilnnl the
I and chrysanthemums on the tea president M.... Alfred Sut** railed munlon at this rrlebratlui. there Havana Bridge rluh at the Vlcv Light Her Way to Sweet Dreams r
table. had decoration the to order. The secretary II'tlelunllnlt LrMtll" Wednemlay
Sycamore tome meeting will he a low celebration/ at its mon '
Christmas with
this Gift
Ueai on display tables called the roll there were Chrlabnat Day The Christ- with a trsrhtt coal three iisirseliBMhnm a
and Mrs. Adams ot Mt. Pleasant 9 I members and I visitor present mat offering U being designated Christmas ilccnralltns of Beautiful LingerieqQa&
BANK made candled grapefruit pott The minute were read and ap for the Oaycm lUnney Memorial were effi-ctlvely uned
The council officers In the receiving proved. Mrs. Tom Fletrtier had Fund lor theological Following lute'h three pnsrreeskM
I line were Mrs. Jack Covington charge ot the program with M.... education.Scholarship This' fund It Intrwlrd nl liridge were en) AND TRUST COMPANYQuincy's president; Mrs. frank Deck Fletcher and )&1'1I. E. T. to assist In the suppirrt nf "...rc,1nI'II I rat high and bingo received
I Whittle, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Richard assisting. They exchanged entering study for the ministry novrltlnTliere ; .
Bernard Lewd tint vice president gifts and then had the from this Parish. The Special I was an exchnnne nf gifts --
Only Insured Bank I ; Mn. Alfred Suber, secretary social hour. The hostesses served orr..rI"lor'" will beemloaed from' me Christmas tree:
; and Mrs. 0. 1. Adams, cake, dips, potato chips, salted In mil week Church --
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. trea wrer. nuts, and """lIIiI. Tier January Imet. Please he genemus; the ,
I dub president acted u floor meeting will be at (he home ofMn. he '
son you help may your nan
hostesses. Bob Holmon. The workshop !
____ n_ --- and covered dish lumhem the Christmas Pageant for the 7010\.05 sets Spring's new moodin
cfUlilren (aid adults) of the L'afshwill
dub had athi! home nf MnDeck
take place on the evening
Light her way to sweet dreams this Christmaswith engaged.Fletcher in tlie third was nf December. 2JM. Wmkvsilay 666 a lace lavished slip
The hour will he 7:30: p m. The i to
a gift of beautiful lingerie children win all be asked to do- i

Hospital Report ,pelt at the manger their ",nit.

Admissions. [)!',. I through 14:
) Spring's Mrs Patricia Ann Sadhrrry, Mrs BLUE JUNIPER CEDAR From Van lUalto's
( Nettle M. Hunter, David F Hums,
William M. Parker Ruth U /ll' ] the oeaeonF A. M. Hamilton, Miss Margaret CHRISTMAS TREES l
\ i r Ann skit R. D Woorhvard Jr., Garland Lace
1 Mn Muriel Register, Jimmy
with even more nautdree, George Portnn, Mrs. Collection of
,1 Maudle ".. Shepard. Mn Betty $1.94 lo $3.88CUT !
Thursby, Mn. Annie I WeeklyMrs. enchanUnglyJovely
( reason for Iris! Y. Glover, William A. lingerieat
Fergiaon, all nl Qulnry, Mn
\ Grace Cotvtn Vemnn t. Bell: DAILY IN GADSDEN COUNTY delightfully
PETTITIGHTSTime Wraurd Joyner and WlUam\ P.

) (ester, Havana: Miss UUIaa tiny prl I,
rumble, Oarenre Gowmn, Mn FREE DELIVERY IN QUINCYSEE .5
Ruth Taylor and Master George here Illusion'' a-
Milburo Rowan Gremtburo: Mrs.
Nancy BH1 Rhtver and Master THEM ATJoyner's lined lacewreathes

r J ji Joseph Pemphrey. Tallahasm,

Jame Abnrf Brown.M.dwI111"Telnglaj..., Chatta-Master Standard Oil Station the _r

; hnorlwe.BfRTIB. entire bodice
qoiaa&I ) (

: / : Mr. and Mrs. Janw or CONTACT and the deep, /

.tadlirrry. ...,. DM. I: Mr and
Mrs. William CoKtn. girl, Dw. I.; Don Eisenhart deep hemline.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mver, girt.
I .
Time now Vi shed wintry layer lortingle a fir*. 12 and Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Sleekly shaped j:
pair of PettHlgMa Van Thunhy, girl. Dw 14 ?
4 Suavette In
Raallet own Invention that serve u
"1 petticoat and pull>> all in one. ftrfert
., sealer sheathe and tutta. Turn oar new blofwom pastels .14 ,

collerttfln nylon trimt.bl Jnvrtjr the Nosegay light Antmn"prttWgSl.Myth Inprtiii THIS YEAR GIVE and black or whit .

garden elms Mn wt ttf. ftJM r,e All all-nylon. "
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man and she never lose an opt .
Too Late 'I
portunlty to do so. |
Learning that a group of Cuban I
To Classify refugee women were excellent I
seamstresses but had no sewing I
machine for their work, the quietly
By Ruwrll Hay bought one and presented it to I 1f.
tXnwn In Miami there it a young them to that they could be self *
lady approaching the age of 90 supporting
but she doesn lot that stop her, On another occasion she toted
or even slow her up for she Is u I
a typewriter to the home of a
chipper and active HI most folk
woman who wa taking a business
In their thirties
I course and needed a typewriter I -{(
)fl'l. Sarah Edith Baker darted
for practice at home
tar career ai a bookkeeper, ,:::1IJaIUIgI'r To help destitute person in I IIII'l'd Cathy loves to answer the phone, even though the calls aren'tYou
became legal
of medical and surgical supplies for her.
buyer, and wound up 1 In I she
became Florida in 1922 at to the age of 60. plies in her gathered own home hospital and sup provides I can imagine how thrilling this moment was. There wasreally
secretary an attorney. them to sufferers who need
Learning that he defended bootleggers ( a call for Cathy.
wheel chain and other articles "
and obtained she a resigned job with in the dingus Jack. them.but cannot afford to buy or rent I I I We watched her shining smile and listened to her shy, awkward ,(

ton Memorial Hospital ai accountant e replies.

four Important and ended positions up: holding iwptionist Few Informed persons are than better Miss read Baker.orhrtt..r ee. "That was :Miss Ferring," she informed us with a slight air of

secretary, bookkeeper and She love Ufo and love people and I sophistication."And .
purchasing agent She held her keep up with local and world
Job until she reached the age of politics, *|xrts, and a variety of who in the world is Miss Ferring?" we asked.
69 to become Identified with the subject She can quote baseball\ knew*
"Oh she's School teacher. I thought
newly established John Elliott and football records at accuratelyas my Sunday you
Community Blond Bank where she the quote chapter and verses I A dedicated Christian volunteer was devoting her time and talents
if still employed from her Bible, or discusses the :1
For the \last 20 yean she hal world current event to the religious growth of our Cathy-and ue didn't even kn.o14JI

devoted her effort to contacting She credits her long life and I her name!
blood donors and spends from health to sturdy parents, moderate
tight\ to 12 hours a day on the. living. Intelligent diet. exercise I We'll remember that call. It brought us to our senses-and to

telephone blood calling without donors pay who which contribute I In blessings and full and appreciation la confident of she God will't i I OUr Church t Copyn hU4! h.,.(<
turn U provided patient without be able to live and t
charge No one knows how many fellow man until the 1* rohrr I
11IH.her tireless efforts have

saved.Daughter. of a Nebraska pioneer BIBLE VERSE I CJJiltrnC:
Sarah reflects her sturdy sta k.
tier father, a Confederate soldier "lie that hath two rants, N
was Imprisoned during the war him Impart to him that bath
and upon release walked all\ the none] and ho thai hath meat, .H
way from Maryland to Nebraska him do llkewl_"
to find his family and make anew i
life I 1. Who made the above stale- 'n
According to the records of men
American Association of Blood 2. To whom was he speaking?
Banks, Sarah Baker It the oldest 3. What happened just alter
person In the nation serving In this?
this important work. 4. Where may this statement I
The association will hold Its be found? I
annual meeting at Bal Harbor '
next year and Is making plans Answers To Bible lent I CATHy
k>honor Mill Baker at that time. 1. John the Baptist
Miss Baker lives by the phllo\ 2. The people who were listening
tphy/ that we are all put here by to his sermon :
the Creator to serve our f.IowTALLAHASSEE \ 1. He Introduced Jesus t* the I
long promised Messiah of
the Jews en-
4. Luke 0:11: I

Ambassador Maxwell D. Tayor .
armed with fresh orders. from
President Johnson returned 10''' 3 f ;.
South Vietnam to work out new
plant for Intensifying the war'I
igalnst Communist guerrilla\ The
,O. ew military actions could Include'
air strikes against the Communist :
supply lines that run from Northto
South Vietnam.

The winter horse racing seasons I )
unlrrway at Tropical Park In
South! Miami moves to Hlalcah In
February and March to Gulf I
stream( Mar 4 April i 17, while
Sunshine Park near Tampa opertes -'IIt
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.AU"-I UN'.x st .."a ..""- Y, IORIDA, ItU lOIMI, Utu.Mbt.Kli, 1M4WALL'S VAt.k .,..

flowering shrubs and tree .
liThe National Outlook njkl abu in SillI. ilwtv art lovely Shop Specials,
bulbous of
planu oi tplaaimi I
Save Dollars
I or Around kmMer'flnue then
For aeven war the I'nurd --- -- Ifialu Orchid (the terrestrial 001'1
chills to ), (: By Aim HirrraDa
State ha beiii ixweroed ?\< ,xund II we have to redeem that *o easy grow \
the continulnji ,tcridl in the Inil ledgp, tliu will be another billion Amarylli AgapHnthui (Blue you late advantage of the
I AlICe of >b rl\;Inl"l1ta to and hum if our dollars moving abroad and of the Nltcl), Gaater Uliet, iperlali that your grocer idvei
othermint tips .ionw cheer ,vanbe 'onlimmll>' threatening to comeback Hyacinths, and otter bulbou* times each week
taken from the (art that ihc and" haunt u.. The Britten planl' If you' don't hop the ,peel.(.,
'deficit In 1964 will he Itie imallnt have raised their bank rate to 7 I Summer color I* uiually ahund or If you buy only one or two of
In any yenir.v 19 57 But it 11 percent in the hope of attracting I ant, for tare are Munmrr thin them, you're milling pir.
AT ,Mill a rtiluit and some al the money from other countrie. ering annual like Ilnnlni unity to reduce your rOlrbi1i.
N dune 'hut .in happening both -. -- golda Tllhiinla. Torania, Man'l Buying the specials' ran MV
,here and .&I-",>:Id. nugget! that and also the brilliantly .' \ you at much *i 8 to 10 percent" a
iwe had betted not stop wcMr'tngabout Give GardensA OalHillum which atkl *o much inleredl neck ..r 1I1I'I1I'Iln1f'tI more, my
I the problem because of the wide ranged Mm tTh.dytu Kendall, marketing
King Cole Super Market The las tear: in hieh our International "New Look"You coloring. iperlallirt. KlorMa Agricultural E*
At have colorful
account* ihowed a any If'asonIll I lenilon Service
surplus nu 1957--the year when, don wear the mania hat ground corers, vine, shiest, : And stab a wide variety Ii offered -
the closure ol the Jute Canal .ill year' no why have your' garden lowering tree you lust teed that you ran plan entire meals
created an ')lodinary' demand look the aame" A bit of rotor to become acquainted with all around the anecial( .
lor product 4,. I'llUkpor1.. here and there make a M of the wonderful plant that thrive inrloricia W hnt'l t ailvertliiod moat frequently
U.S.D.A. GOOD STEAK When this aubiuded. we found" that difference, ao plan your garden which' I* truly the Und Moata, Including 1 poultry
our payments ol dollar. tu oilier with beds or border. where you of lkmnTie : and fifth And that'* a big budget
I couniiaexceeded our receipt ran add different plants with the help, since meet tithes ihiHit one
I from tlH-m by a margin o( lomeI eainn to add color saint and Inv Hlaleah-lvaiied firm of WattCo third of your weekly fund bill.
to 4 million dollar annually trreitl In('.. I Is the South' lurgcilpnxlucer In a recent study chuck mart
-BONE 9' ?" = .'rK 1' The deficit stayed within these With all the ground covert' low of compuncnt for America shined up most l often ..01'11Ihe
limit through 1963 In It appear Dowering shrubs, annual, perennial rrfrigcralMm air conditioning ,,mean on male hiring a 4-ni nth
1\ 'that we have broken out of that ana bulb that are available. and related Indiulrte" period. By buying chuck onweekend
range and the deficit In our balance mien a bed ran give you an ever sole, homemakcn could
of payments will be down to changing and beautiful picture all Next to making a ipeech, about:I have saved 10 to SO cent a pound.
..'.., I abut 2 billion dollar. year hug.For the moat uicleia thing I* Uiten- So remember to atop specials

Trouble Ahead k fall, you ran add CirytanIhemumi 1 Ing to one. __ __ for alieahle Mvtngt_ __
4v The major (actor explaining this in group for accent .
89 aI Improvement i II the gain In our or UM geranium or fibroin
Ib.SIRLOIN 'merchandlM export which mae moled hcgimlni that bloom profUMly. -
." 113 percent between 19UJ and ( In hue fall' tom you plant
1 'ih'
1964 Our import* also Infreaned four annual, and are many
>- t but by only 7 percent. A a result from[ which to chase to give you
he U S. surplus on met your' own color preference The MOTOROLA
I('handlaerRdto rose from 5 billion new ihadc In IVlunmi, Snap.
I dollar. In 1963 to almwt T billion dragon, Pansies, Sloik, Agera-
I dollar. In 1964. turn, Salvia, loiplnei, and other Us little
tf'i One thing that 1* aomettmc annual are Intriguing and you guarantees
; I overlooked 1* that, even If the may combine them, contrail
TV tubes and for 1 full
deficit In our International pay-I IlhI'lII. or acvent HHMH against the parts
I menu were ('lIrnlna"'nllrt" loAf would Hill not be absolutely' In the winter you have flowering 'cur-not just !90 days!
pill of the safety at the dollar annual, or you may UM flowerlng )
79C' All lie dollar. that went over- Aialra for your masses of
I tea U a result of the punt doe color aim then are oilier
:'tldl are Mill there, If ttteae were limbs in flower to add color. Every Motorola btark-and.while TV, regardless ol
'to wind up In the hand of central Study your powlhllllle by vtilttng
cost, year guarantee on
bank and It the central banks your' t"NCinumerymnn, *ay*
FRESH GROUND were to auk u* to redeem themIn Preildent R E' "Ed" Brews of all tube and part that cover' free exchange or repairof
gold, we limply would not have the norlclu Nurserymen and any component proven defective In normal ute;
enough gold to buy them baik.I'nvnure Grower AHanciallim" If'l\ll.... ranged through ui; labor txtrLEXCLUSIVE
on ('cIII. I In need of advice, ash for the
Thl 1* of course an unlikely pmfemlunal advice avallnhle al
.a BEEF 39C tequence of event, for a number the garden chap| .
of reason. But It the ronxlctlon' lrn11X11'nrm know less than
) began to spread Out our balanced :you do about the actual fad of
payment' diflcll was going to gardening'!
'' gent woos It would become 1tFereasingly I Ii Spring ran be a riot of color,
FRESH PORK likely that iiur lost still\ with annual, ",'l'I'IlIIlall and
i dollari. would ronie back In the
form or < demand for gold.
I The rise in export In recent
ROAST 29cLARGE year. has tl leant pout I)' been dueto LEAF
I / I UM fail dial com and prides
'lb. I have remained relatively atahloliere THEATRE
for the paM yean
: FRESH DRAWNMULLET ,whereaa they have continued to
I climb abroad.Whether .
I we will be able to preserve Thun.. Fri.
liability In our .'\11I11 and
price I II of coupe the ltd) qucit- Hunt
Jtiirty .r,
Ilnn.t the moment. Tile way lalxrunion 23"
lb. lOc 1 leader" have been talking Myltnt Demonqtot
I and the imereclne quarrel within
',their own nrganlulkHU suggest "God For TheSaesars" RECTANGULAR COLOR
that there will be strong prciumre
for coat Uioreaae during the
i i The trouble that the pound
sterling has been golnij Ihitmth In Technicolor
will nut make tiling .aHlet bathe Givo the Whole Family
dollar We have pledged a

STEAK FRANKS billion dollar to support the Saturday BIG DOUBLE Only COLOR TV


Fat a Fall* and a CkilUno ..I I Their Justice For Christmas

lb.39c 3 n OILPkgs. $100 Geed Example and Coed CKplanatien -' Was Th. Arrow
Know LImIts

and Uvlag ConiUlency LMmlng.. *And I "Blood On FREE

-- By Doroiby B. Alexander, The Arrow" 1
Publication IpeclatUt I
Florida DUUloa el WTevciy a ,
Child Training tcheol
Sun., Mon.. TUM.
One of the moot rewarding exjerlrnce -
r 1 lOc FLOUR 5B Boxy 49c ; I have ever had wa* Rock Hudton JyjtJt
but week when I went to Talla- '
i houses to meet the chorus trims Doris Day. 19 set shownMOTOROLA '
Uw Ulrl Atom) al ttala whore| Tony Randall
WIth 55.00 Food Ordtr
,they cut two video tapit uf (Jirtilma --
songs for WCTV TV fur "Send Me
I h I were nineteen al them 'l".

BAKERITE 3 Lb. 59C I tremendnuily eaa. tad. When, after No Flowers"In I
Can I the tape were cut, we were received FM/AM
at the Governor Manikin. Ttchnlcolor
one of them kept ..)'Inc. "My aa
I liter will .NKU.H: believe this!' CLOCK RADIO

DIXIE CRYSTAL ( The luxurln tike hlghhwledllpien Wed. Thuri.
| are HA tumMtnt the girls l..le. aala.t. .V.II'
by the Make and mince the parent Joe Morrison _. If ...1...... If _'"
I of mine of the girl i-araml turnUh I'"'''' '1"'....or A"UII'
them alao Mr*. MtUimKi* Barbara Blggart Waite /Unsa.a.ail" ,.sisd.
SUGAR 5 Ib.Ba 49CPILLSBURY the Superintendent d the r had Stall_....."..Mge.ne
dipped Into a little welfare fund "RacingFever" )... ,., finite H. 1111111,
? furnished by the Junk Woman tu"ft.... eel ....111....
dub of Oral and the .' IiProfewiunal Iq.lad IftUIlt' ,iedi..tw,
1 1'= .... CiMlenwMll 1_.
Womem't ofnirtda w... lit te t* ut MM ru *r
to provide hlghheelnlblmik AM. ricM alto ffUMMi (MlylMttfltf
WHITE or YELLOW CARNATION pumps M that the cheats In ColorCOMING kortaMsy ,,"..tIeI .11 t'se rut) It
mould present a uniform eii>ear> liiNM k..* NIl ii
ant. In the choir robe* and In their tail ... M IN fevk
bkuiet and skins, their a.hmlunilomt. SOON
CAKE MIXES MILK I They had practiced fir
three day wearing their "'-*" 24 GREAT STARS
n U not to be awkward In them! WINNER OF THREE SUNDAY'SRADIO
foUowinc the cutting crt the
lapr. the tervlat oUlcuUa were AWARDS

Box29c 3 Tall 45C allow kind enuugti a run oj to them take fiir the the time glrla'viewing. to "How TheWeslWasWon" AND T.V.

ItlM WUlMt aim I*
Mistress. of Cermmnte on the
program im which they will be
"droll malls "Let go paten toIheir I
SHOW BOAT ronment on theeartvee.Penile In Technicolor QUINCY FLORIDA
always think or urHrnd .
wi. think they art lemM on':
TV:* Bute enough, the remartui
PORK & BEANS 5 $looLINDY from the girl won daaatc. JACISON COUNTYCA'fTLEMEN'S
Cans While *e were al the (apit4
fig a very alto kwr Mrs banakkK -
.. at the Information test In ASSOCIATIONSPONSORS
the Munrta remlniW me that therhcnM
from the Boy ...... al I
Manama always rang twins '
ems or two there (In the lutby. of
course, w only nee M the hint FIRST REGISTEREDBULL
: PEAS 2 29c to M the gu-1 Mi.. They eons
Cans brautlfeiUy and the nw tk* era
the weird alung the rorrtduc Inal
dlewlkni a* that gradually SALE
: t9.ypled with fft* ...... Onrffieetk
PILLSBURY or I alwayt "love to walrh the
fees tl .ae.... nuns DM ctuklrra
tram the train** irhaiii are perpmnliii 30 HEAD
4can29MORTON'S PertMpa avtaf aeev nufii'anily
.! He bust al Omai anus
Al the Manalm they were doom
the brauflful fUraUMiwa rebating December 18, 1964 1:00: P.M., CST
nr very tovrly fish* ithwr a.d Hwa
FRESH POLE rtpuumd. to thru aVtf. laser
rerIe III f'1nMa.Noo.. fun.
*. ..?.tO H *M ttrrrtnrtan
POLE BEANS Thus h4. sewer am*
Pumpkin Pies "mtcewtdTM"4 to>> ....., I ..... anl they mom HARIANNA, FLORIDAFOR

My U ny laM rhanre *.. INFORMATION CONTACTJ.
fie Ovtotnwa la Oink aJ at)
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KOt 3QC C lb.J 19c pmoto oat the* Mimai nUMi tarmae wat thoae Vy Me tom4 8. Gantll. Jr. Chairman R. H. Milton Pt"ld.Dl

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lus health condition before entering .
Tigers Lose 2 the camp 1f"w
I "'/lhe boys will be Just like yours
and mine and will come from the ;
Upset PerryIn same kind of home and they a

will be closely supervised," Lamar -

eA Cage Playby He emphasised.IBid he already has conlaiicd ,

a guidance counselor, ,
tity X11 aWrr 13 t WCI tar ftnnn James each and assistant superintendent (
1' of schools in Noah Carolina
31 Times Sport Writer for Dutiable boy for the camp.

QuInt.')'. eager started off ..IIJI I The work camp will have aIwofold
but ended up big after the first'' purpose to supply

week of basketball activity, be'nif workers for harvesting tobacco
1 dumped by Blounlstown and Port''and to provide good working (:110odll10na
St. Joe, then upsetting Perry. for youth' who want work
The Tigers launched their 1964- during their vacation from school

85 II'IUOITueaday night In he sddcd. 'I!
BlounUtown and were edged out "We feel that school youth needs tut r
by a seven point spread 73.66. to work In order to gain work
Mildred) member ol the
Sullivan Magnolia
Mr Pelham -
Quincy held the lead 29.27 at from experience, to learn to get
halftime but fell behind In the along! with people, to gain physical Garden Circle U quit an artist In making attractive gift. The Christmas

third stanza as they were out accomplishment and financial Hocking shown In this picture are but a mall portion of the beautiful Item *h*

polnled 24 points to Qulncy' 13. reward. We feel this will" Rive uss displayed at the luncheon meeting of the circle Friday. She makes them a* a

Despite four the players loss Quincy shooting produced In itrcsscd.better community, Lamar hobby ranging from "Tiny Tim" to Grandpa stockings, all trimmed in Santa lace,

double fimires. Rodney Jnvnpr__'''_''i etc. sake more elaborate one are sequin trimmed. She olio makes beautiful linen

----.---- -. ._-- 18; Ralph Sperling, II; Gary gift and party aprons.Tells .

QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL TIGERS The vanity bo.lt.tbaU squad of 1964-65 !. Porch, ll and George McCall, 12 1 Accidents --

shown front left to Cecil Morris Chester Unwell Montgomery! led the Mr*. Everett Munroe and mother The Dr. John Gorrle State
row right: Jimmy Taylor. Wayne Tommy How To
I point I Mrs J. A. McCOrmac will lean MIIIIW1at Apalachicola coin-
BauldiM, Hank Burnett and George Gilbert; back row: George McCall Harold Ray, Fridaywith Quincy was (Continued from Pate One) next week to spend Christmas I In memorates the Investor of artidrial -

Gary Porch. Ralph Sperling Walter Dover and Rodney loyner. Photo by Martin. bounced by St. Joe 94-69 to open Treat Poinsettias; Jackson Miss, with relatives refrigeration.
their home stand Thlle"Pl'rll'nredharkl ed by Qulntus Grimes of Tallahassee Mr*. Norman Fain has returned

&'hooJ). Everyone Is Invited and will be seen tills year by even !\ stormed to a commanding skidded Into the Lee car and I from Georgia Baptist Hospital Early Florida sugar Industry is
Huge FireworksDisplay there Is no charge of course. more than the more than a hundred 45-27 first half lead and coasted the third car driven by Forest By Jack Bona Atlanta, Ga., when she underwen commemorated by the SugarLU
thousand of the last two In the second half for their basketr StrenlJ of Kerrville, Tex. skidded A traditional Christmas plant II major surgery.Mr. Ruins Historic Memorial at New

Slated Many of the large, lovely cam )'1'11'1. I hall victory. All St. Joe starters Into the second car. the poinsettia\ which display tta and Mr* Bob McMlchae Smyrna Beach.
figures were destroyed when hit In the double figure column There were no injuries and all
pus The magnitude of the panoramic 1 color the holiday season. are visiting friend In Lake Helen
Dec. 24 At FSBA In midSm pt. a small tornado display Is made possible financial with Bill Verslga and Bob Craig vehicles were damaged to the extent The during potnsettla, which was In : Mrs. W. II. Glover and mother A *clf.guided tour of the old
struck the building In which they ly by the use of government surplus -, high with 23 and 20 point Walter of $500. Cases are pending traduced: Into the United State Mrs. Frank McCall and Park I,fort I* now available at Fort
worn stored, demolishing the Dover through with 22 point against Grimes and Stunts for Plcken State Park Pensacola
such M motors tights, wires,! came about 1830, Is a popular seasons Butler and daughter, Miss Ann on
mammoth fireworks dlsnlajha building and grinding many of the hardware cloth, old iron beds,!for Qulncy. following too closely. decoration because of Its red-lwei Butler have returned from Orlando Beach.
been planned Christina Eve figures to shreds. The students. old X-ray film (from which the Saturday night QuIncy Journeyedto Sgt. Strong reported five more bract. The bract are th where they attended the funeral I
on the ball field of the Florida working undif skilled Instructors, stained glass windows are made!) Perry, tasting sweet victory Inupaetting highway accident during the past', leafy "leave which mtmun of Mrs. J. A. Thomas on Fri Snappy remarks are often tenwles -
School for Boy at Marianna. have replaced moot of them. Many and other commodltlei '* quintet 62-58.' week which remitted In no Injuries pointed utterances.Be .

In pile of the damage dune b) new ones already planned wen which many are transformed by weeksof Perry held l"'l point advantage,', and caused $500 In damage, the Dr.yellow Tom flower.Sheehan, aaeociatornamental day.Mr.. and Mr. Carl Hair an I
a tornado which net the work bark ''almost finished by that time. II work by the students and staff but Qulncy pulled a tough full bringing the total traffic accidentsfor horticulturist with the leaving tomorrow fo Deabom, a* anxious to help others ai

considerably, the llRhlx were Is the custom to retain and re. Work on the program begins in court press to come from behind the year to 260 which Injured Florida Agricultural Experlmen; hitch, to spend the holidays with you are to accept favors.Selfishness .
turned on the dirlKtma CaJnfAlJl furbish much of the old because I and whip the Bulldog 126 persons and killed 15.He Mr
August and Is an excellent learning Stations that poinsettlas can their son-tn-law and daughter,
Display at F- & at ft p.m., Dec. many o( the children who come experience for the student In Pacing the Tiger offense was said these figure average be used, says cut flower around the and Mrs Edgar LlnU and family I \ will breakup any
12 a* planned IonIC ago revealIng .'to see from year to year (and the almost all the vocational shops Ralph Sperling' 17 and Walter about the same a* last year.4H home If first treated to coagulati They will be accompanied by Mr partnership ever formed.
of unusual beauty, stuns who retain their )'OUlhtulelllll'l'III'II nn".r'. 1S Into.
I panorama art, paint shop, industrial arts, the plant's milky sap, a procesiwhich and Mrs Newton Edwards who
more daz/llng than in other y al'l. ) search each year tot wood-working, metal shop upholstery "Q in-J 'Irn.-Val'llty droppe will reduce wilting. will visit in Sault Ste Marie,, The careless use of adjectives! Is
The 2V* mild of drive will sparkle their favorites of other years. shop, electronic shop their opener to Blountstown 34-31 Parly Two methods may be used to Mich. what. makes some people liars.It's .
with old favorite scenes and The bowing and beckoning San- and other then took wins over Port St. Joe treat cut polnsettia Immerse th i

BOW and unumiiU one*. las are on each side of the entrance Begun aa a therapy project In 31.26 and Perry. (Continued from Page One) cut end of the stem in hot water almost too \late to do your
The Oirlatmai Story, on stages to welcome all comers and 1841 by Arthur G. Dozier, now Quincy High vie with Ort for about one minute, then plan: Christmas shopping early.
Ilnnlthe\ main drive II 1 told In a new treatment of the entrance dlmdor of the Florida Division of, hoochee at 8:30: Saturday night i at |Mahaffcy. Immediately In cold water. ft
lile like a* to be almost col- In the annual County sc Death take no holldaM -
figure w> features huge reindeer with Child Training Schools, who was Havana Bread Allene Smith. careful not to let the steam fron
unbelievable. Other displays\ ord lights in their antlers. superintendent of the School at Christmas tournament. The JV Child Development-Joyce {laveil ... the water damage the flowers. O' watch your driving at all times.

depicting "Sanla Scenei" and' The loved Nativity Scene covering that time, to ease the pain for the play Chnttahoochee' Junior .'rI.; Judy Poole Carolyn Cole,) The alternate method Is to sing 't/ll
airy stories and modern: wonder, a whole hillside! Is In the hoya of being away from home at day at 7 pm. Elaine Carroll. cut end of the stem over a flame Education Is a process that
made more fascinating in many usual place with angels hoveringnear. Christmas for the first time, It BOX lOOSES ClothlnltLoul Sunday, GlorIa for a second or two and then either never begins or never ends.
cam by animation by the use of ., the shepherds and sheep on has grown to magnificent proportions QUINCY O8) Leonard, Marlyne Seay. the stem In cool water. l1'.s'
countless motors, turn the campus the hills, \the wise men and kings! and Is a source of great TP Dress Revue Sheryl Thom, place Polnsettia flower should be cut Must people will buy anything
Into acre of magic a* at tide time approaching In the distance. The pride to the youngsters. Many of Dover 4 son, Beth Fletcher, Mcrllyn heir\ at least 18 to 24 hours before the) that'* one to a customer

every year. lovely faces of the Holy Family in them never had a part In anything Bauldree! 7 Jane Smith. to be used In arrangements
David R. Walton, iiiperlntrndenl Oils scene! are the same faces 10 highly successful before. Chester 2 Dairy! FoalsMelissa McPhei.. are Sheehan Store In a cool dry .s'I If a shortage develops In cosmetics
of the School, who enjoy the made by Mrs. Karlene Owens and "They get ego-satisfaction theygreatly Joyner U son Audrey Humphrey, uys from draft. the lace of many a My

f'f.n aa much as the boys, her art students In an early need a* well a* valuable t !Sperling 1* American Youth FoundaUon- IPIaTh.a flower will stay fresh lot will turn pale.
people who drive Chrlhtmas Campus Display. (raining In the craft Involved," Porch ISMcCall Glenda Fletcher about three days If treated. Their
through these grounds between,' Rockets and astronauts, spacemen Walters ssld. 12 Food and Nutrition Lll* be prolonged a day or two Odd Fact
Dec. 12 and the Slut the hnpplcr" and flying saucer with Its Wafted over all lie scene by the BLOUNT9TOWN (71) Bums, Jean Sober, Gall Thompson life can nutrients to the In Akron
adding plant
will be the Inhabitants of 'Our little green men going and coming wintry air come the sound of TP Gene Carroll. by Ohio, a piofcslmi: |

Town' (as he loves__to call the .from.. time saucer are In DI_' Christmas music amplified 10 Eldrklge 1 Food Preservation Uosalvi water.Sheehan cautions homeowner I Arabian belly dancer U sum*
.N.w..dl-pi; l.vi for 1964 Includi reach all the viewers. At the exi La>'ne tD Fletcher, Le-he llaire, Coerce VSiipp 'not to place the flowers or pottedxoinsettias 201 NUTS trucking company for JIOJL
'Old Kngllsh Carollcr a croup] will be Father Time and the llltl Montgomery 21 Jean "lOmptllm.a near any air ducts In TROOP with I WO because In an auto accldci/ t
SEPTIC TANK figures dressed In Ok Munford 9 Health Linda Ard, Judy Us opened the meeting ,evolving one of their ,
lot seven New Year to bid all goodbye. Ihe home where they would dry the Scout Oath. At this meeting I tn i u
coKlumes, with the thee! has Ugh Koodmfin 8 \ 'he' -sustained
English of Marianna Injurlc
The sty
17 00..1 and wilt qui<-kly. *e talked about the different ranks I
I center figures molorl/ed so that ed the way out from town will Good Home Economic.Anne take It Impossible tor her
I|the right arms of the violinist the strings of colored lights and Ihe> Italftime: Quincy 29, BlJunUtowi Cathy Tharpe. I and merit badges we about were going ,.iggte, to
and talked having
I jhaxs I violinist and the chclllst move Marianna Garden Club Is helpim 27. Home Improvement Judy; I up for we
the bows up and down across tim design, cut and paint llfe-sizei Brmlen, Nancy Sanders, Belly i Christmas party and putting a Words of the WiseNo
,strings and the lighting behind UK elves to climb the light pole and ST. JOE! (9*) Edwards. ZJiristmas tree In our room. And man i* wise enough
.. about where would
talked we
open mouths Elves the Illusion of pines and point the way to tin TPBolln Leadership Jeynesn WoodberRirrcttlun we And by himself.
1Verslca < lave our next meeting. we
I the Horse and Cutler,
Jllnllncllp ; school. ry. (Plautus
5VACUUM 'complete\ with English' gentlemei 23UeKton Bubble Story. Linda Closed the meeting with the Scout

and lady, with motorized\ unit to 14 Ows. Mh.
make the man tip his hat to tin QHS Seniors Craig 20 Safety Patricia Mottctl, SUMTClark. b Mike+ McNcilt Household Hint

pmwcrsby and the horses' leg Cathey 12 tcnbe If soak a lemon In warm
Is In MalVmher a Danforth Award LcadcrshipSheryl you
move as if the whole rig ,
water before using It, the maxi
Elect Officers 1QUINC't
CLEANED last motion: the Angela' Symphony; Iff Thompson.
REPAIRED a harpist a cellist, a vtoltnts (8Bt Food and Nutrition (Cook Book!) Eighth Grade Class mum amount of juice will bs

and others, all seated on a clouteffect And Superlatives: TP Llliby BurnsOutstanding On Friday Hayride brought out.
Dover 22 4-H Club Girl
with each member mob Jr. !
I 627-8403 I feed so that each plays his Instrument Joyner 0 of the Year- Allen Smith Girl Scout The student of Mr*. J. C.lambcrlaln' .
; the Ringing Bells The Quincy High School Sack Sperling; 0 Outstanding Sr. 4II Girl of the eighth grade homeroom INSECTICIDESSOIL

rung by two angels housed In Isleepleffect Class elected officer and super Porch 7 YI'JII'- Glenda Fletcher. and their guest were en-I
Nights 627-6866 I structure; the Angel latlve at their first meeting. McCall 8 Outstanding Cub of the Year -' NewsThe ertamed with a hay ride Friday FUMIGANTS
Chorus accompanied a Frank Morgan was elected pre*- Bnuldree a ,Double "G" (President JayncarWomUxry I' fight. Dec. 11 at the home of Mr.
'the organ by an angel who away Ident, Joel Embry, vice-president: Chester 13 ). Cloverleaf Girls 4.U Club and Mr. Basconi Mahaffey.'ramming. WEED KILLERS
QUINCYVAULT loan side to side as she moves het Sheila Rawls, secretary; and Dl Ray 2 I Alumni Recognition Mr*. Herbert teld their December business game and dancing

hands. from bass to treble ant anne Peacock treasurer. halftime: St. Joe 43, Quincy 27 11111 reo acting at Mrs, John Carroll's were enjoyed. Refreshment of,
CO. I(back again; a Santa who playa hli Committee were set up to carry Recreation followed the awards house December 1 at 4:15. Elaine, muscle and cookies were served.
guitar and mokes music for t a out various graduation tune QUINCY (82) and refreshment were served b;) ,Carroll gave the devotional. We The chaperones attending were SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
VAULTS MONUMENTS group of cowboys; Chrlstmai tioni. These Ire InvitationsWayne TP the Double "G" 4-H dub of Cretna. lhad a new member, Betty Childn. ilr. and Mrs. Chamberlain, Mr.
II Around the World which hat Buttram, chairman; Clasi Dover IS The Quincy Joint 4II Out Our PI'Ol:1'IIIIwaa a demontratton ind Mrs J. E. Gilbert and Mr. and
MAINLINE DRIVE I the earth rotating In one directta Song- Martha May, chairman;; 1 Joyner 12 I was In charge of decorations on Everyday Manners tin. Mahaffey.i .

QUINCYInsurance with the children of many lands Pam Cogirlns, co-chairman chairmanBetty ; dan Sperling! 17 : Louise flay, 4II Council President,, I Ivan In part by all chib mend
In their native costumee r tatlna"round Motto Pat Farmer, : ;; 1 Porch 14 clod as Master of Ceremonies. era. We then discussed our :
the base in the opposite Ann Shelter, cochairman; McCall 3 airistma meeting and Achieve-I MEW POST FOR wmm Sales & ServiceInc.
Workshop' Clans FlowerJudy Hutchlnson,! PERRY (58) were
Santa's 1 Refreshment
direction meat Night.
; ; Man Then 1 much peculation In
Center with I five elves each moving am! chairman; dan Colon Sheep Brynei 2 Carrying treed by Laura Woodward. In that President John- .
carrying out his assigned task Thompson, chairman. Steen 18 :he absence of our president and V'ashlngton
1121 West Jefferson New, tort, are the figures and s Superlative were elected bsecret Stewart 12 Talking Books Ice-pmenldent, our Junior Leader, Ion may give Secretary of Labor
ballot. The class 0111.1'1countl'd 8 W.r WUlard Wlra a more Imp mi- Box 3 Ph. MA 7-6101
few of the houses in the Alpine Graham Jean Carroll adjourned u* ,
the ballots, and the \llsl 15 jit poet than the one he now
which the same Sealey Laura Woodward.
Village occupy Visits Quincy
PAT THOMAS slope as last year. of superlative was posted Wed Veal 8 reporter olds. This reportedly II I a sur- QUINCY, FLORIDA
who he likesis
rue to Vilrtt
As usual the avenues are flanked nesriay. Halftime-: Perry It, Qulncy 22.
Jane In to brighten the Jivesof present job. The most peristent -
INSURANCE. INC. I lighted Chrtstmai The girl superlatives are Quill!)
by revolvng and :uTe-slied elves ding to Durham, Mary Louise Lester, thi* city' blind population with rumor Is that he would get I
trees candy-striped light poles ai sheila Rawls, Temple Rude, Kayi alking book and books printed the post of Attorney! General.
!:the : the visitor along the Sanford Judy Smith, Jane Strict Lt. WoodberyContinued In Braille II a representative oftlM' perjonaMI. i --
they point Successful living which few of IRUSTOLEUMISTOPS
The displays are placed atas land Sheryl Thompson, Pats ChrWIan Record Braille Founlatlon. -
I way. Inc us acquire, depends simple
reveal vista of breathtaking Wood and Brenda Yate upon
to color and animation and The boy superlatives are Walter ( tram Tag One) R. N. llubbartt of Apopka, will things. i

The from the Dower Doyle Forehand Jsmei lice Battalion both of Tallahassee be spending the next few days Betty Trey of Albany. Ca I
sparkle. 11-are done In perfort I Fowler, Berry ladle, Frank Morgan The Army Commendation alking to bUnd pel'lOl'llln the city I I. visiting Mrs. Q. U McCall. '
One Means I and Pat Partner. Medal Is awarded only by author- and listing their requests for bonks, Mrs. F. P. May has returned PLAYS ItO FAVORITES
Stop The taste huge framed 6 I Christ The Class Night exercises will tattoo' and signature of the Secretary nagaxlnr and records the Fouiv home from Gainesville where sh I Goshen N. Y. The Chamber RUST
Complete Service be held May 17, and Graduation shoes publishes. Talking bonks :was a patient in the hospital. '
mesa cards as varied can be. from on o| the Army, Washington, 1 ot Commerce: played It sale when
will be May 31. The Superla ire recordings of news Items art-! Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Minor and
While ChrUtmssc to Bethlehem 9. C, and I* awarded only to I It was time to announce Its annual
DIAL 627.7151 scenes, are fresh and colorful and tives' titles will be announced on those military personnel who I :lea, poems, gospel music and family of Valdosta visited her l "citizen of the year" award.' Available In
I Kklllfully painted. The large, carsfully Class Night.Pulpwnod. loony distinguish themselves by luhjett* made especially fur :mother, Mrs. U G. McUnnon during AU ,000 residents of the community '
QUINCY lettered replicas of Kat Bull\ extraordinary achievement ems illnd people. the weekend were named because of

beautiful Biblical ecolls u taken harvested In the South optimal accomplishment of such The Foundation, earlier called I Park Butler and daughter, Anne. enthusiastic cooperation In observing All Colors
he Christian Record Benevolent Norfork. V*., have been visiting
-- -- -- -- Ideals of
with her permission from magnitude that their accomplishment 1 : the 250th anniversary of
b and dru,1'I'IIIIn and paper Association, was established In his sister. Mrs. Frank McCall.
Mawulne, are as beautiful\ u 28 rip cnrdi clearly place them above the community. AVAILABLE IN
mills totaled
In service rendered to 1899 as a charitable, nonprofit Miss Julie Munroe will leave
lore. ra r* bore license! In 1963 to reach an all-time high ihe rJ.'S. Army.Lt. irganliatlnn to publish free liter tomorrow for Ma'OI'to spend the ALL SIZE CANS
yer for the fifth consecutive year. for blind people. The Foun- her Mr. and CREDIT
of faraway states testifying Woodhcry and wife, Patricia. iture holidays with parents. TUtVT GETS AND
plates 1982
the tact that the School at(111111tmaJlIII1llI.1 Four per cent above the ,tilde at 814. Beard Street Tal- 'stint also assists Individuals Mrs Lee Ray Munroe. '
ELGIN. BULOVA to becoming a major figure, the South' pulpwood banvest ahassee. He Is presently being who are partially or totally blind, Miss Sylvia Skipper who I* Hy The launching of the twicedelayed SPRAY CANSGuaranteed
last year amounted tn M r.who are affected with e'ltrouble uncle and aunt Rev. United Nation General assembly
tourist attraction. It Is en'Is'cta'd twinned to the SSJOth U. S. Army InC with her to
per cent of the nation' total. or failing sight. 11. L. Levy In Mt. Lakes, without a head-on dash
that the holiday fairyland .rrl_ tUSAR) of Tallahassee, and M"
WATCHES of the will between the United Slates and the STOP RUSTI!
khlch I* commanded by Colonel I The objective organtza- ,New Jersey and work there,
tan also ot this city. Ion I I. to be of as much service arrive here Saturday by plane to Soviet Union was termed a victory ,
I.AIHKS' and MEN'S Floor Covering I i* possible to blind and near I spend the holiday* with her parents lor U Tnant. Secretary Gen I
The Foundations Satoper. ..... Thant' patience and LARSENLUMBER
Smoky s.y., cod p nea. Mr. and Mr*. Jame persistence
$29.95 uprmtnt Work Camp 50 district representative annual- brought the big powers
toehtdino rermle 11 visit thousands of blind peoplen :together without a blow-up ever
11.00 down It week. w UlaM 11nIIIMI.. I thru heroes to offer the moat.atewi's I the Issue of Russia unpaid peacekeeping CO.
I Fulltn Wurrsnly annul* (CV>nttnu d from Pace One) service and assist them ;' duet.
ill drtwlibMir rmlit Unod. seedCounter
ELECTRICAL Phone 627-7278
In every way possible.
| lIneS your ante and terttcut area observing the youth For the tint time In the lives I' A nine-bole golf course I 1.1 Ivaii-
I Mainline
address and dlm-llom t. yon Top sat ramp dining the height d, t many blind parents they can able for visitors at me Florida'i Drive
hens lot I'. O. Bus til, Marlaana 'he harypIUni'- ramps) ead to their sighted children and SERVICE Caverns State Part at Marianna.
( .'kll1".. here boise 4500 youth boy old their attention. Special story -

A friendly and rourtram Mlr. Work ind girls. booka with normal type and Illus- Is She Gay and ?
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man will rail on you al jour I He said all the the program here wm'tnve butt rations, plus Brallir, have been Anything from wfInq Intriguing Htr. r.
laborproliImenus ubliahed and are available to to replacing
"perlflMl Intro No cddlgatioe..Urtsrttue AD rm \ Is a step In the right direction The Foundation a house DOROTHY CRAY

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rrhinihid.Ntv. Expert Installation i tally other youth work camps inC 5 i Braille monthly Journal for Figurine Fragrance S

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I An experienced camp director health, tortes for children, Ike Shepardat
I SOUTHERN SUPPLY SHdfER.BlITCH rill be employed alnug with rooks .nd educational. abject matter
ind other adult
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Yea kelp.! IVereattontt owned by the health rule of
earn ,QI.KY d'SQSOA Und people who are unable toI'Md
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News-Views of Gadsdens Colored PeopleLions

To MeetBlountstown Saint James Springfield Rites Held For Silver Star '

'Minor' Defects Have Major Effect

Church News Elem. News Mrs. CaldwellFuneral Lodge To Meet I

I Northside Thursday, 8 p.m. weekly pray Springfield was host to two service for Mrs. Laura Worshipful Master, Elbert Jones
er meeting will be conducted by games last week The first game Caldwell was conducted from request that all members of Silver Declares/ March of Dimes DoctorBig
The Carter-Parramore Lloni Rev. O. M. Bridge! All members was played with Salem, and the Greenshade A.M E. Church, Sun Star Lodge 61 be present at
Basketball teams both senior andJunior are urged to attend. Rams and Ramettei won by a day. 2 p.m. December 13. She died the final meeting for the year. and tesn.rstaswa
vanity will meet the May.haw The Senior Missionary Society close margin. at the Gadsden County Hospital 1964. The meeting is scheduled to ears misshapennoses
High. Wildcat from Blounta- will be entertained by Mrs. Authle The Ramettei did not show very. Tuesday, 7:55: a.m., following and commence, 7 pin December 18 have long been treated
town Thursday evening 7:45 p.m. Zelgler, Friday evening, 7:30 p much promise! their winning el- extended illness.A Foremost on the agenda will be as amusing targets of low
In the Lions den. m. The meeting will feature 1U fort. They were way off In their native of Gadsden County, the giving' annual reports, the election comedy. Often the people
The Invaders umially a acrappy annual weight rally.Superintendent shooting and passing. During the deceased lived for several yean and Installation of officers behind the defective features -
bunch d cite art well versed In Sam Love, Jr., entire game, they mostly played In the Greenshade Community, will be held. join in the laughtermore 1
undertalt by the veteran coach announces that Sunday School will defense, but little offense. We're north of Quincy. You are kindly asked to relay
Al Smith and assistant A well commence 9:30 a.m. All teachers sure that they can do a better Several yean ago she joined this massage to other member. heartily than anyone
balance, and exciting game II ex- and pupils are urged to attend Job than what was shown In Tuesday Greenshade A.M.E Church where else
pected. The morning worship service 'i 7.3 win over Salem. she served to her best ability She Johnny House's Now doctors wonder U It'.
will\ commence at II am. Music The Rams showed an unconquerable was a member of several auxilirlci such a laughing matter
A host of unfired Lloni are expected for both services will be In charge amount of speed to be so of the church. She was also a "Doctori are beginning to tr, ;lot
to man the game. Fens can of the senior choir. Rev Me- nexperlemd. However, they member of the following orders: Father Passes suspect that many to-called
expected a close contest betweenthe Glockton will bring the message made a tare number of mistakesthat Afro-American Relief Union and minor defect may be a* crippling
teama. the Friend win be sadden to learn to emotional and mental
CliM leaden art urged to collect should be eliminated through
Saturday evening the Lloni will pledge slips.' very practice and experience. Tues- A short program preceded the of the pasting of Mr. E. B. 'Dater development a* a roes deformity ;
motor to Havana where they will important rlrl'f'I'i.. day'l 25-21 win over Salem was eulogy. louse He passed at his home In 1* to physicafgrowth, s
meet their County opponent, Mn. Sally Henry will entertain not a real test for the boys They I The Rev. W. G. Gaffney delivered the Shiloh Community Sunday cay Dr. Virginia Apgar, director
of the division of con-
Northilde High Galdiaton.Title lithe members and friend of Stewardess 'have great promise which should the eulogy morning 10:30: am. Funeral services ,
big game of the year' for both board at home Sunday, 4 p.m. make or break the group by mid I The Immediate family Includes will be conducted from National: malformations Foundation-March ot The of I
teami. Northilde ii over do and Visitors are welcome January Mrs. Laura Watkins granddaughter Shiloh P. B. Church, Sunday 4 p. Dime. &

an unset maybe In the making. I Evening worship will commence Nevertheless, they will Improve, : Mrs. Rosa L. Marshall and m. will "In the SO March of Dimes:' : as.,
Saturday evening the Lions returned 8 p.m. Official Board meets Mon. we believe, u time and competition Mrs, Flora Nelson, daughterlnlaw Rev. Emory Klnsey, pastor birth defects center that have
a game, the aeason'i home day, 7 p.m. Leaden are urged to get laughter. *. 17 grand, 77 great grand and be in charge. been opened across the nation
Mn Carrie
opener, against powerful, Munroe see their members In order that Springfield Rams will play 24 great-great-grand children. Interment Survivors are: In the last several years, wehave '
High Tornadoes from Albany, Ga. a complete financial report may Northsldel Pee Weds December I was made :In the Green- House, wife; one son, Mr, Johnny teen an increasing number
Tie game between the vanity be made.Rites. 19 at 8:30: p.rn. shade Cemetery. SlmmaJackonFuneral House: one daughter-in-law of these problems I ,
proved to be molt exciting of the I again detested Home In charge: Essie Mae House; one granddaughter Dr.
-- The Ramettei Little Sherrl Anita A* an example, Apgar
rii-cage season. The junior Midway with a score of 16-2 on described a little Nebraska A
vanity again tort by large margin Held For Friday They played poorly, but it Infant's Rites House.SlmmsJackson. Funeral Homein girl born with an ugly mass
to the visitors. was an Interesting game. The of hair extending from right
The atninn team were more determine Ramettei made several unnecessary charge. shoulder to forearm. The rare
after tain the opener to Mrs. mistakes. Held Saturday defect-actually a huge birth.markdidn't .
the Albany team there the week The Rams played fairly, but Card of ThanksThe prevent normaluse APPEALING but withdrawn Mar plastic' surgery (at left), Chuck

before, and upset over the fnllture services for the late they aim made too many mistake Graveside riles for Infant Joe family of the late Mn of the arm. But it was so lurgtr, 7, Kansas City, M*., now crawl that "the kids ,In the block
of the cub to come through- The Rosa Lee Donaldson will be that wishes to their disfiguring that it aroused otherchildren's I
.Irs. *. The 37.2 core proved Nathan Fudge Jr., was held In Carrie taunt the dent call m* 'rabbit ears' anymore." Surgery an his ears was
Lions Darted out trailing by two held from Blessed Hop Missionary showed of friend appreciation, and By age
several boy promise Williams Cemetery Saturday, 4 many
child had
of four, the pretty performed at March of Dimes link Defects Cantor.
but quickly retaliated, and Church, Dec- kindness shown' duelog
points Baptist :.Sunday developing before the Reason getstoo 'p.m. December U The end came thanks for withdrawn into a shell, worry
at one point lend by 19 point, 20, 2:30 p.m. Rev. Robert Greene far underway.The Friday, 9:10: a.m. at the Gadsden her illness, and passing. The tog her parent and inciting says studies show that children The Baltimore] i* con..
only to lighten up by lubstllut- officiating. this week I 1a home visits, food, flowers, transportation group
teacher for County Hospital,, following a brief her six-year-old brother to with deformities, even minor I cerned with prevailing *ttitudei "
lone The deceased passed followingan Mn. L. L. Holt, the teacher of1C. Illness.' and cards ment so fight youngsters who poked ones, often feel "apart from the I of disdain and amusement -
Jamei Anderson proved to be extended illness Sunday, December She I II an alumna of FAMU The Immediate survivors are: much to us fun at his "hairy" sister human race" early in life. He toward what ii popularly
the big gun with 40 polnti, fol.| 13, 9:15 a.m. at the Gad- a member of Bethel A.ME. Joe Nathan Fudge, Sr., father Signed, The Family. According to the child' parents advocates correction of the de known ai "cosmetic surgery.
lowing by Jamei Davli Alfred with Johnsontied 25 sdcn County HEdison I Church, Tallahassee, and also she Mn. Shirley Fudge: mother, Jesse no one gave them any at an early age, wherepossible I Jokes and sly references to
John Thomas, and A native Ga., she hold membership with STA., Fudge Hartford, Conn., Mr. Casey Card of ThanksWe hop ot improving their daughter 1 "nose jobs" and other cosmetic
with 10 each Walter Moody moved to Quincy several yean NEA and the Gad dtn County Jones, Moultrlei, Ga, grandfather express of deepest appreciation '* appearance until they 'We all know children or surgery indicate an underlying
played exceptionally well, clearing ago, where she was employed by Teacher Association. Mn. Holt Mrs. Cora Jones grandmother and thanks for kindness took her to the March of Dimes adult who have somehow feeling that such procedure
the boards lour other play- a local company. Several yean has previously taught In Lake City Betsey Funeral Home In charge. shown during our darkest hour Birth Defect Center at Children' learned outwardly] to adapt to are prompted by vanity.
en entered the contest. The game ago she Joined Blessed Hope Missionary and at Pine Park in Havana. Your visitations, phone rail, flowers Memorial Hospital in defects. We tend to think that In psychiatric terms, Dr.
ended 17A2.Arnette. Baptist Church where the Reporter, Doretha Wright and and card help to relieved the Omaha Plastic surgeons re there i* no problem and to disregard I Meyer trice prejudiced attitude
and USDA Employs surface and tremendous humanselling to the Puritan idea that
attended regularly dischargedher Grecn.Hospital. rJhrt :
Cherry from the los of
pain experienced
obligations.A with skin graft, to b* like everyone I "the Lord made you this way
Chapel short program preceded the Alex Salters our love one, Mn. Walter Flcl- Physician believe that by the else, at least to the degree of and you shouldn't tamper with
Report len. time the girl reaches high not feeling deformed," Dr. I it.
Church NotesThe eulogy The survivors are: Mr. Willie Signed: The Flellen Family. school which, she'll scarcely remember Edgerton ssy*. I "We've seen changes whichare
Alex Salten Jr., of Tallahassee arm showed the up-
Dr. Eugene Meyer, associate hard to believe in termsof
Donaldson, husband, Mn. Willie Vera Kealon, Kath-
conferencewill Admission: letting quirk of nature.In .
first quarterly Fla. and
an accounting major Card oi Thanks
c and people being freed from a
meet Friday evening, 7 p.m. McNeal daughter, Felt Abraham. erlne G. Green, Sally Hill, Klzzle 9C4 graduate of Florida A and M The family of the late Mn the vanguard of medical meodicine at Johns Hop ns, is sense of deformity for much
and Freddie Lee Donaldson ion* Lennear,
Rev A 11. Hunter In charge of the Lee McPhaul researchers studying deformity
University hal been empolyed Marie Crooms wishes to thank convinced that in 99 cases out greater interest in the various
opening program. Presiding Elder C. J. McNeal. son-ln law, Mn Annie Doris Harrell, Will Kelley, here by the United Stases Department their friends for kindness and accompanying psychological of 100, a sens of deformity task of life, Dr. Meyer asserts.
C T. Sykei In charge ot the business Elide M. and Earnestlne Donaldson Joe Fudge, Corolla I.ewl, Geraldine of Agriculture a* an auditor many problems is a group at John.Hopkins however minor, stunts andcripples "The surgery doesn't put
shown her Illness and
icMlon. daughter-in-law Thomas, Margaret Ann Er- during pastIng Hospital, Baltimore. not only a child's self- I good spirit or productivity intoa
Supt. Joseph Long Sr., announ- Interment will be In the Shaw vIn, Milton McCray. Jr., Karen The ion of Mr*. Della Stills and Each. May God Bless and Keep Dr. Milton Edgerton, protestor esteem but hit relationshipswith person, but it does remove
of You.
Cemetery, Betsey Funeral Home Baker and loss Daniel, all of of plastic surgery there, others. block to its expression."
cei that Sunday ,!School will commence and Chris- the late Alex Salten, ST., Mr. Sal- Signed Willie Croomi, husband
in charge Dora Doney
9:30: a.m. All teachen and Quincy; Hall, ers wai previously I employed as
pupils are liked to come prepared tine Bush, Havana;Lee Janclle McCUIn, business manager of the Florida THE HEALTH CARE FIGHT
to make a contribution to Jackson Heights Bristol: Robbie Robert Lee Boule, Stale Teachers Association In Talahassee. The battle over health care for
the discussion of the Icuon. Greensboro; Wlllord Brad- He made his home In the aged under social security has "WHERE'S MY-PRESENT "
and ?
Mt Pleasant
The morning service will commence Recreation News River Junction, Gadsden County, been resumed even though Congress .
Icy, Sycamore. ....
11 a m. Rev A. II. Hunter a rural community east of Talla- will nut reconvene until

In charge He will be assisted I by By Timothy Lana BIRTHS Robert and KatherIne lassee. January. The president ot the
: I
His wife, the former bliss Ethel
Reverendi: W. A. Campbell and 9 Jamesand American Medical Associationcalled
Carrie Jackson JUNIOR BOY AND PEE!: "EEBAftKCTBAItmOITfl Green, boy Lee, Dec.McPhaul; buy, Mae Holmes, 1 II a student at Florida on doctors to fight the
Presiding Elder C. T. Sykri will A and M. She plans to join legislation warning them the
bring the meiaaKe. The senior Tryouts will be held this afternoon Dec. 10.Antioch. I her husband In Atlanta after the odd were the stiffen in yean.I.B4 w
choir will serve at both service ; December 17, S p.m, at the first trimester at FAMU. ,
Mn. W. J. Griffin will entertain 'Jai'kson Heights Recreation Park. Plans AND NATO CHANGES
Stewardess Board One, at the ,All boys planning to play PeeWee << President Johnson evidently I 1a
home of Mr. and Mr. Waslell or Junior League Basketball Yule Program Wilfred Bradwell prepared to agree to extensive ,
fram.li, 4 p.m. Sunday. must report to Jackson Height changes In U. S. plans for a NATO
The Scnkn Missionary Societywill Park at S:00 o'clock to be assigned Dies SundayFuneral nuclear missile force In an effort
deliver their Christmas preaenti to his respective team- Superintendent, Parthell Calney to secure British participation
Sunday, J p.m. All boys who plan to play and announce that Sunday School will He Is determined that President
President Joseph Long Jr, announces haven't register must do so by 'commence 9:30 am. AU teachers service for Wilfred diaries de Gaulle, who I* buildIng -
that ACE. League will tryout time thl* afternoon Dee and puplli are asked to attend Brndwell are Incomplete at press a French national nuclear
begin 5 pm. All puplli and prospective IT. Registration slips are still I The morning worship service ,lime But will be announced later force, will not block the formation
atudenti are asked to at available at the Jackson Heights 1 will commence at 11 am. The from SimmfrJackson Funeral of the NATO force.
tend. Mr*. W. M. Long, dlrectreaiaaiUtlng. Swimming Pool during the hours pastor t Rev Nehemlah Bowers will Home. The deceased died at the
Evening worship, 8:30: from three to five bring the message Choir two, and Gadsdrn County Hospital Sunday SPYING HAS EASY
pm. Sunday' School' Board meet MEN'S II'"KETIIAI.L usher board two will serve at both December 13. lIe 1* a native of The Senate Internal Security } ( "
Monday. 6:30: pm: Official I Imrrl. Board All men Interested In playing services Ft. Myen, Florida, moved to Gad- subcommittee ha published a r,03
., Tuesday T p.m. Prayer basketball In the Men' Recreation The WYA will\ meet<< !Sunday sden County several yean ago partial translation of the confessions
meeting, Wednesday, 8:30: p.m. Basketball League, please get 5 p.m. al the church, Mrs Thomas lie I II survived by Mn. Annie of a former Swedish spy of
Junior choir rehearsal Wednesday In touch with one of the following In charge. Bradwell. wife Mn Ethel Brad- the Soviet Union who says that
7:30: p.m. Senior choir rehearsal person: Eddie U Akin, Freddy Monday evening, 7 pm The well, of Ft. Mven, mother and security wa very lax at some
Thursday, 7 p.m. McGee, John Hutley, Odester Carter Senior Missionary Society will be Hopper Bradwell father, Panama, U. S. defense plants. Col. Stig
or stop by the Jackson Heights entertained by Mn Lllla B. Flu,- City. Erie Conslans ennerstroem., +.
Swimming Pool during the hours' len, at home. Member are urgedto Interment will he made In St. Paul former air attache at the Swedish -
Circle To MeetThe
from I to I\. I attend i Cemetery Cretan Embassy was sentenced In
Iris Garden Cirri will meet Wrdnl'lIdRJI'vl'nlnl, December Sweden to a life term for esplon-

Thursday, December 17, at 9::3 Sperm whales, savs: the Miami 23, 7 p.m. The annual Oirlalmas Florida i newest slat park, Irl
7th street, Mrs. Annie L. Ikwlonentertaining Seaiiuarlum. Capt. Bill Gray, are Program will be held. Mrs Luis Washington Oaks Garden, three t
The president hire M sensitive to noise that even the Stoke, and Mi*. Barbara C. miles smith of Marineland will An executive li a man who has
L. GlUlam request that all mem slap of an oar on water may Wood In charge The public 1 II Invited h* opened to the public January 1, loll of company time for his own
ben attend !startle them. to attend 196. UIII.





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A door who I* a frequent calla r for a r nd-ut at the Klsh Kiduk "fishing' Mg In Algonquin Park
OIl Hi* transcontinental lice of the Canadian National Railways through Northern" Ontario, _loc* .
Ittla pro-Christina snooping find cut "What' toe mr an the decorate: outdoor Christine* ..... I
*lof Guide Jack Wilkinson ."nualllIGor.t..* a tree for the friendly animals, |n tile MOO aauar*
.110 preirliMlal park, A "trap" U sot to flash a bulb mt trip a eomora o* the animal eon take tholr
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES I nisi runic AmAiAMCt sma INO or MOURMNO "IIOo-K* Ja, bee a* .,1IUe ail.
PMTOJKO star tilt clad of UM mourning period for her late awstaad, ........ttd rtsjldrat .
Jolla r. Kouody, Mrs JacqucUa Kcntd Max wttk cJUldroa at a harboon .fe Xcw

15 South Madison Street II York CUT. tin. Kenaody cxpnosod her ptnooal Uaak far tilt childrW* offotta to raw

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VISION,ip ..t plant on and It.f arrordla"n flla *I.I Florida's Best in Their 4-H Projects

CLASSIFIED I he, of'Ua lOt Ih. l.rk of .I i
ADSmEmiI ly, riorlda. laid land ..I... A visit to Chlcigo'1 rooiwumi, ent are Mr. and Mrs William s .r l

Iylnt and h lrur In ihv Ooaatyof a triendxhlp dine it the Aragon Cook of PenMcola.
a....... and Slats of riorTogrtk.r -
".1 Ballroom and a farewell party Although b* ha been a club

rot Tim rincLtT: COURT orIB with th. f.5lowlag U tile Conrad Hilton Hotel were member for only four year,
'i, KCONI) J\'PIOIAL riKIT t.m of property wklik I. Inr..Btla
Lowell Halatead. 18 agricultureaward
IH AND FOR UADnDRN sad mianrntly InaullM asa among ictlvltlci enjoyed by
( : NTT rU>Atl>A, IN the Improv.manta .. three Florida delegate to the winner, ha raised eve
'I A KRT. ,'ASB NO. .-... ... HartAof National All Club Cosign 's rt- iteen, 67 twine. cultivated four j
1..1'1. McMU.bL'(, txarb.rn lag Ipaoa Healer -
Plaintiff.POrOUU No. PRC-4., wntlj held ta Chicago. acre of corn one acre of vegetable jr
.... purn.nt to final dump, ft for*. and completed four nniu
FOR RBNTt ens nrM kodreoiobam .IfT and SARAH poa.ro .nl...... r>,,"+mho II.Illl Ills corv
fo r l n 60. ins \'w, b.. in the tractor project
At COWL, wlfa JOUSt In the 0o..1).1' MMpanAIng
room kon> (w II* M Mt : ..1 : c" t,and Lit RRtU him wit, In said Court. Doik.l gross boat was Intirnitional
oak floor : :
with polUbKj t.<| rlt'r-ae or pi/MtioA orI al. 1.411.PRA ( llarv eater.
batk and kllek.a (lid all m. '
ara eonv.nl.n T B II. n.i b I KuTKBTAKT CPltrCOPAL ( 1.t llaUtead the non of Mr. and a
I R.H.ot al RAl R
Greensboro, Fla.. rhona HI I.1 ASU,
t --I --lit--HI- -1 .Itli- --- A ] p...... alaleilnr any .data, Uadndonunt>' Fl"rid. I cello, hat exhibited his animal
--1 ,IHakt, title) or Ii .... In or U.n By: DOU 8.
._ th. tool plspartp harotn An.ty Clink 1 and produce and served aa a

....rlbod. ., any part U.roof, Ke.n O'K.Ir., a "pita livestock and field crop Judue
.f.aanta. ill Rant Park A..,.. H* explained that 411 had
TUB ITATK OK rUORlDA TO: Tallaha.. Florida
t All ..rao.. alalnilnc nay ..I..., Atlo...,. foe Plaintiff H...... Mies NI..1r\ taught him(o think clearly work
Iskt, this, Int.r.d In. or ll.n 11NOTI hard and accept renponiiblllty
"I.i ..fl, th. root prop.rty bonito \. Marilyn Nlitrndlrk, 17. cloth- Although it tint hesitant
.. ( O"V
Modern t Bedroom knfurn >rlb d. or any part tkaraot .
Def.ndanta. Ot.tlnsi: I.A u.z Ins winner completed 121 car- about giving speeches. Mars)
hind Apartment located II T..'to ara h.'.", n"tlfl.d that a I II' MmT11'h menu during flv years of club Barry, 18 conquered this fear

Duplex. kt HI W. WiKhlnRlim.ftllhm LEON I'pn."...dinsta In the,ul circuit.t Illla court kaa kaahnuiht fOadftd.n ..,, Noll,'. la work Including dresses, skirts and earned the public peaking.

walking distance otwxipa ( County. Florida, asalnat indmlsned. Kdwln H.'ir. I l.rk blouses slots and a coat She award of a chest c< silverware

School and churches.con MOBILE HOMES ,.11 ".roon. clalmln any.atoto, if I In ull rlila Court. will of on O.o1..In the JMh l'oan'cluyit reports i savings of nearly $300on donated bv The Pure Oil Company .
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Hunt, till. or lnl.r..t In. Itoo y
or .i
oc.mbor. Illl at 1C olli her clothe. In three years project
Colas ....Ice real upon,pr.pi.rty tbs foUowlnad.i, altuala In Uadid.i>rlli.d "..1..11IIonn ....rn HtamlardTim. U addition to rnaklnf her work the bAa given 68 ipeechea, ----tt.J..L.-. -... --: .1iwJ-

1277111 during badness County, "riorlda t<..wltHeeln at tI.. South Front loon ollha own clothe, she ha siada out
: ono radio talk and preacntaleven
burl or 1274294 iftrr I p-a M.w M_ VarUtta. / at a point On. Ih.D..... ladod.n: County In tha 'JIu"\ :ofgala 01* for relative and frlemli. THI BOSS THEY nCXID-Que n of the Roa Bawl Dawn
., .,. Conce,. St.wtrt thirty-to. and 14..nl'.I. (UdMlMi,. iNiunly, aala term paper Baker, IB-year-old Paaadana City College frtahman. cute

IUL ISIATI Hie cltia Uawi Violists I hundredths (1114 Tit tool ....1.. .M a.11 y itrp1u All.emery ta ahleh..t Mia NUtendlik. tho daughter a. clipping for her scup book at her home In Monrovia, Calif. I
On. houaand of
ana hundred for .a.h, Mr. aod Mr*. C. W. Nuten-
I' and 18 WldaW I and N .ty.twn hundredths the followlnc and bt deaerlb bldinr property dirk of Tallahassee.* *loparUclpated She rules over th. feaUvltlea which are cllmsxtd by the

jSJetLmwIMKI ttida lot lurnltun .! North 1110(11J,., coma foot n W..I(.f th.of'..t"the. Itualnl In Uailnden (*4017. Vh>rneln In dens reruei and maetlng ot Oregon State aid Michigan In J nimr> i CIIO:1e:

anything oj Talua I ....t Iof Mellon Three III Ida 10 at wit sits "ort....., INK) awlatcd other titers with their r -

To..hlp Rana. iii .Tbr.s.. W..I III and North, I"rnee of tot Four 14) of the ewinf. Coat A ClArk Inc. ipon I
W* H.T. KOOL: SEAL nrlilnal Eal.rn KII.n.l..n of e
hundred twenty aorod her CblcMO Qipdewing I
U. .. 10 Vt mil. .10) f'i tk.n.o run South th. Town of ll.v.nm hundred ado proved the key, .'f
WMI olTalqula Two hundred th...r* run.it i.n. .. .' .
ion tiles fiat
to -. ,." ,
nn..nd twanty tiva hUll' to turrea for Marlleo Cook. !. "
Inn. tho point of k..nnlnc. Con- .hlrt' .. ,f
11I.t: Two (I. "i more or .""h. ,IIIIU r..1. th.nea run. dress revue winner Her prtta-, k (,1...
:h. Mouth aliiwii it.ar.Mi .n -- .
Tillahauwa. I. .
Horldk c Nortba.t I .. 'wrin'I .' winning onaemblo wa a wool
I of the IJ lnuln. IVo.t ( / .
/ Ulh.o.1 1/4 ef MW leeryMM..CoA
FOR oft's:.nurses I"qulr.". .a\..oun'floo' 1 trI' 1211 Wail Ttnaaua* I Sold (.dlon Thru (II. Towaahip ii .f,;ir (01011 ind n f.':I'I'I IK ;<".Itn: nnNi n I coat a coordinating wool skirt

W..bln.lon street .r .11 {.; Thr. II) North, Nana redlH..rth EII.nl.. 'lrarrr. ", and overblouae all mad for The daughter of Mr, and Mr*.

t.,:". Lf PboiM 222.till I I 1111.l .>da IIIV.County..|. .Chtttahoucbos Florida. I'''1..'' n.mut.a WMI IN II'WW) $2100 Simplicity Pattern To. Gerald Harry of Orlando, Vina .T

"Rl'NT fl'an 0". benroumhoa. nd ara hereby required t. ona hundr.d noel Let t" Ih. loc ipoiuored her conirou trip. Barry aid that 411 ha helped.

roil.. and .Trailer 1 Park.oifFOR I file I .tfl'l. tho stark af said mart 'I.:........Id."onthw.>f Plato..t.rlv r-ad along No th.17. During; five yean a* a 4-11'erMiai "mOld her Into a better citijen

"I.. ... at Home .1000 .rlll.n. or by appp.mn'. ,p.raon.lty .1 I'h.right ,if.war of ald mad Cook ha completed 75 garturrU and taught her that there la a* ,
atlarn.yn Mid
RENT Apartment fop i rent Plumbing Mutant. ElactricklSuppUti : proc...dlnson nr before Ih. II I(I:huniirad fifty.flvo and aln Itclndiag hat, skirts, way room for Improvement
Pip and day of L ,'.mb.T troths till) fool, I haatTwa
Wuhlnllon Illre.L nttlngi. ISIS and Ohm.
on 101 Want 'I and Ihlnyflv. dresses, lull and semi formala. The** four florid young pro
from I.I If I Water H.. ... altar to til. ...rvlcik.. .. hood nod ninety
MAin MH1 TU Board, .pp
Call > Met, She also itturtd elected
ins .....n..1, l>... W. IJ'Al.m...rta. "h.ndr.4ihiflash a partUmewwlng pie were by UM Cooperative
Gas and OU H.ttan Ill W..I Wpnhl.alos III,..., lb.nra run North Two kundrodfortytwo Job and ha modeled at Eit.n>ion Service aj
I (h.It.hooch., Florida ... r". and ono t.ntk tltl.nr..1 local clothing abopa. Her 411 award winner wl 1A
to lha point of b.glnnlng par w
with sold dark pear .,Iu.n ...
FOR RENT r.n.aa. If any, ,. lhe eon.1..1 Containing Ona and IwanlyfU.hundredth. .
ROCCOPIPE .1 lha II.... .,...,1".d k, law. II tal.. ... mora or
th.r.ln I.... Maid land b.lnaall of Lot k.L'
lIrI nrnt non ka :laia, Four HI..' part if Lets Flv.l .
I rlsht, ) e.r In, o ll.n Life
), Hit lit. Moran H). Right Bicccr Than
upon, tha ."... eI."lbod property ( ..
Office SpaceAir & SUPPLY CO. clalmad by yo,. M.r. fall 'o\, or 1am.nt will ba antacid ( ) OP Nina (II of the Prltln.l h
44 YEARS OF SERVICE sgaln.t you by .foult, Rui.rn Kat'nalon of tha Town
WITNEHH any hand and tk. of Hay.,.. Florida. All of th.
Conditioned To TUf Art soil of said court at vlulncy. aid (unit hemp a nail of th. toot

PHONE 222I8J7 lorld.. this lltk day of Nov.mFdwln half (F|. of lha "ulh..1 quay,. Wr '.f .
... of the KnnlheaM o.uar ,
WILCO 1110 .. Uoaro StraalTALLAHASSEE \ I.' IiPll: .>' Hwllnn Tw-nty..." + i I MrI
FLORIDA Noun .n 1171. Taw.n.hln Th,.. III ,sit .pytr. y?
Utilities Furnished i l.rk North, Rang. Tw. III West anlbring r'1 !
D,. Oma M llathcnrkDC In th. Town of Havana. w
Will Alter to Suit I 1.00,11 af O ,,.d.n and Mala ofFlorMa A'r
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Dan W. PAIamh.rta |or.lh.r .lih al( .Ign. ) tt ttir .
Your Needs 111 W"., N..hlnllon Itrxl.hattahooch.L .' on nlh.r ".,.....1 pn' ion 1) ...d ;
: In .0n.\I..n with oe A ..u.
HOMESKingsberry | Nov II, Dos O I.lell''o. II ItNorirr rnnlr m/.l noon .hlh I. I...
APPLY Wn.sON'SIf ..... Thin" tint units 1"I"h. :
.lIb ..(. Sod .u Ilu.".. and
I r".I.hlnl .n Ih. "I... known r
TO rnicniTORPLOKIDA .. trrf.r.on Motrl In Havana
-- .-- --- TATIITEH ,Floridanurnt.t' 1
4 } } In th. Court of lha raunty 'o tha final darns ..fhw. t
Juda., lad.d.n. County Florida lnn.nl ent.iwd In aa>> s- :.
In rohai. Neo Illl e.ndtnw said Court tka atyl.nrvstrrtmni .
In r.: Kolas of ,of which 10LIlRIdNR
1lAt.1>: MAN WANTfn Are yonlonklnir LAWSON H. MAT L JRITi'1.Stiff l
for a Hood part-llmi or ---.Je tho...... I l..
full-tlma Income In Cliattahoo |ITo All Croutons and "....on.I ... ..... .
rhr. or W.adodon County Greenwoodand i llavlnr liim. or ti.mandi ,
Manr Rawlflih D...,.,. ..ornI I Aialn.i laid k.tatai )()()AL his wits, 01 It.,
/ 10 and IIP p.r hour 14.. I> CThra.h I You and aark of you .... horse' I I\tof.n".ftl Hopi WAVIS TO THI PAITHfUt-Arrivln, for lice traditional
by noli II.' and sod tha Anrket tlum .r of whlk
HSI N Blvd Tullihiw rniulr.d la
..l or ,write Hawlela-h FA L 11* $'..,t asp skims .n" domsada pr. I. nnmhrr 1171WITNFKM homage to Immaculate.. CoooaplUm, Pots Paul VI wava*:
It, Memphis; Tvnn which you, or .Itk.r of you my hood and th.itfflrl.l from him car a* h. paaae the famed Dpanlah Slop domtn'
1)ee. 17 ...,,. 4 II Sunset Acres I'havo a.aln.t: the .tats.5 LAW. >..! of sold ('0""/. IhI. ; Church Tcrowdad
//Will H. MAT. ........eI. I.t. .. 11th day of pee.mk.r, ..... tad by the twin itaeplad Trlnlla tie ManU kn .
CLARK PLEMMONS .otd County, 10 I". County J.... (fJFAIIFitwln with the faithful In Roma Italy fCaba-pdol/

FOR SALE of M. Oad.d.n offlca I In County Iii mount, riorlda.kouM .1 of f.I.... nf Pair tha. nrenll Court ofrud.n '
Phone MAI 7-7511 PizzasTeeners'
said >* Monty. FlnrtdaPv Pineapple
HOUSES l County at Q.I. ,, riorlda. 1 r I Party
,( ,. wlthls 5)0) ealoodar mouth. from minion M. HathrorkTMputy

I fib. this Otto. sell...5bs.. first Twa p.blk'aUoolof e.p/. ..fsoch nhnMn and Cloth"......11 It _:. ,..,..... --
eta. .r demand shall : Altorn.y for Pl.lnllff___ Dessert Treat
I 1.
nf atone ruttanr
FOR SALE writing 0.4 .hall scat. lb.pl..s Using.Wrdy Modern steals and plenty psf snee
Confederate: heroes 'Rolierl I K, i.e. Jefferson
a rotdnro and post offlv.NOTKB rsrvlnv tkree -
, 2 Bedroom Home .ddr.oo f the el.I..nl Slid .h..11 Davis and Stonewall .hon-Inlo the aide of .n 110.lnot mountain .
b. iworoo y lha .1.Imanl, hla platform atop it10'foot hold Ir- allCf BINHOrr
421 KoNevinod. Rejmnnabl s near Atlanta, Ga. Working on a
Ma d. Mutt Moll DWIUMI 01 l SPOOL'lad ky 0'a fllln.tto,*..too, psi.f a..ompan.... dollar wade of strong st.o| pipe and ancle framing, thi' mm are sculp 'INJVlTADt.T: $_ hava cream thaee* With next S bvgrodlMl

Traiwfer. (all .11.', I:JO p.m.or : and sunk claim .. ........ sot a. ting the 111 l Vfootka-r.ll.f shown In pla.Ur modal! (Inlet), been followed by "swstau.* *. DraM plnaappJ* veall.
1277471. U' fll.d akall ". void and ono of the beet b this no.. Plash dough dowaj turn Mil
wwaeiio*- Tb.
Donald guinoy r May mate Baak ly Oallclou umber pretUfled rat. ........ II M. plaaa pan

FOil IA 1.11I -. Pur.brd dnch.. A. .....Iora of Ike Lost Will b for a party.TINGtrl't.C. .....* dough out (wltk hands)

hand pupa. .| weeka old at and May TMiam.nl.......... of Uwaoa H. Dnmnrr nzzAU .. fit pan, Ktakuif. edge* *II >Uly
(hrl.tmaa. I males at III and I
f mali.a .t IJO It |nt.r.. .. call rir.t p.bllc.tlo II......... t, i 1N e. milk thleJten Spread shoe mta.tur .
.n..n. Havana It iiii. lfJIRD.". i, u, ir, ii II r 4. 4wi doufh almost la edga
( [) UNrAAtloraay. < I hap sugar
for CiMulor.: r U Up. salt lop Witt wen drained .4epplarrajigod .
r z hi decorative (
FOB BALE or IAI.II 1vz 1 K I.6 itkk) butler ** "PI
4- auld ralatn
1Y syllable *r slur
1 Bedroom Air Conditioned TO WHOM IT MAT NrcNi 'w i 1 margarta. aoftenadU
Ta* ace h.r.by not H/id that .
Joules Low Down Pat)nient Ih. followlnmotor v.hlol.t I... Jii I. warm water (1010IUI'r. hake at m'f. U nlav,er Pal.II .
I I... .)
Low fl
Monthly Payment. Hardtop Ok.vrolot Impala
I ( .... Cut while Muse
eanrlag Already Arranged. Y will ka sold al publln .... .1 I phi. or ease yeast, want

Norman McMillan! 1011 Maxnnlla tlM: clock: IMI on IhaI day o: .. satin dry er laa.riaaidt I 10 altao* .
i "M-.mbor. at Havana Mot. If aVaatrad dough ba
Drive, 11 Company, Havana Klorlda. .... ..... may
The __. of at,. .al. will IH *. MMtfted flour pressiil sub solo JI..... vlnloeai .
bo ...11" lo I". eaymont of lha i greased cookie. ahest.It .
Putt MALft Brick V.n..r w ( Butter
Foal of er SlargubladNtlonaf )
niakanc. and sillof
stewing '
Ihatha pleat *f work for Main
rsor-old home. I b.droom. paid motor v.kfelo and tic. ( malted ,
Lana Kltrh.aDlnlncttaom ..., but UM kids will lore t-. t
..rr'T.:_ toI of pnklleallon ., ..11.. .f If. |
Combln.d Patio UtilityH.om .. -oa.) ,11" areaa
i | .,. and tic.. la Iho ...11".110. 1 ben
Carport, Paved I>rlv. ot the "" ..... du. ...... tka oo... cheaee *nften4U
way Ha. emit trot hut 11.1. MId Malar U prepare tu|
tract with EHJab: J..n..., o l5 *. sugar
I'l M at.wart Mt., Quito, Tots'phono 1 1Stawg Joe rlyrd Havana, Florida oovIho .,. I .ery. Vail food II the JoOowte*
MAin 7.1741. egg yoUt'I
top v.htats flnanolnc Any: I..f: ...rlla-paid JOUSTED .... ".... lemoa peal root...

I:.' 1-114 ,.,: I telll-1( 10 for yes any.....1.. yoa.... will romaJnlnc rwnaln. unpaid Rubio } I tsp lomni Jules Bono next CALM

undo sold m.lronl.Aa5tr'IATIte SHOOTS Utr-Aftar ------ H UP. vanilla. > pk[ Talons plld4ing
P1)1RALR-Ptation Waten.ar std Ih.a1s( lists r)IWOVN? bang told bo was song tow 1 (lib. iSi-o*.) ells .*. Lila.
m>n4ltkMi.d, bestir, radio po.... 1'I.ftPOIIATIONcy IVM .
at..rln (. Oood oondklon Call' Jonosy $5.1ILN. ousted from off).., Cuban MOKStOt DOMN1 UKI NOISY IAOIOt-tr. apple alms or tidbit 1 ... tmaajion

1T.a.... Ill .....,oe Sty Tall _.. Labor Mtalatar Maj Aufua- 4A a Ruaatan aponduif a year a* a profoaanr at BryaMawr l( a. paean halve or rslslfil % lap, nutmeg

It .. MartAvra laM"'. hot CoI..... noar rhlladalphla. allotadly couUm sIaM UMblarlaf Scald mllkj add I limp sugar, H tap. aJtapic* :

in TUB CIRCUIT OfmnT or and erkxMljr wouwtod klnv tranatatoe radio being playad lo the hue sat neat lU aa4 H .. *<>rtend butter K .. Milk

TV SERVICE 1- Slightly Used THr .iBrxmn in AMt JIIPK pooh 'OAI ui,>UtN'IN.r'IT. aU ta Havajia. A long-tin* to him by Mrs. Mary Calms After liking her U hut n 5 r Jiargailnet WIll U hike lb .. chopped pmw

I I !'OUNT P'IIRIOA.Is mombar. el .... Cuban Coramunlat aft anenl Urn**, N wag alleged M (Tabbed UM radio. and Porno Maaaur warm water .bvI I yellow cake |ay.rl _

Se.tla a .,,.-.ra... I-dine"I tabs Spinet Pianoat ('tI'rt'RT"fANCY-ItT"J'JJltRAI.NO hill IAVTNISa Party, Martin* WM baafcad her Sour till head with It. The pfofaeaor ws held by large warm howl Sprinkle ,I <(
UlAN All.s'IATION tot Now mporttd n1t.IeaI.diu.... rhUadatphw polk on a charge of aaaault and battery ir crumble In yeaatj slit MiUIdlaaolved. mU' )

MACK? RADIO fe Price I York, Now Tsrh, a .wp.ratle..egant..1 Add hikawarm Pall h I (COTtfeeUnnar augaf:
Bargain I. ; : Sslok SfjttC
TV SERVICE I I .. .t iko sod al.tln\7..1" "uodsr.1.. lit.Ila. of 1 fnUture, *gf sad flow beat I Combine puddingmif M

let C..t ,.,,_ .i A.....,.., situ eflMotk, about S aaln.Bruak epleea. Ort'lually ads aUllk|

l I... Malntlff.rm WEEKLY CROSSWORD toy af dough with bring to boamr point itlrrkigeonalanUy.

Mason Music I, WAIIPNR (RorN'TT 154 N's?.. r Culled. butler er margtrtne.Coveri until thltll."..., Add

rnANCE WILHOM CRto"s ACBOM U. a.- It"" M Man warm place,' prunae med Spread betwer!

-- COMPANY ICTT. bin ..".' R. A .. ... P7vltca u. free from' draft, until doubled sake tayin.Sprinkle .
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