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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME U, MO. 52 __ n__ QUINCY, .FLORIDA 32351,_THURSDAY','DECEMBER 24. 1964_ His /nQ1L- 1'l Jt CorY- TEN: CENTS-!
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Bjr Dunn JsmxeTlnins II' Gadsden |
Was
i Warned I Unbeaten Oiattahnm'hee RMirts Mrlter leading Exciting

|by the.o 21 point shooting ot Kemp

Uliolmm. stayed In the lead all
About DangerOf the way .. the Jackri rolled -- j I'Merchants State

a. :i1a \'ei lirrenHunro 72-13 to rapture' 71 Volunteers
4c the Uadhdcn County dirisimasloummnent
Firearms
OuiinpinnNlnp M 1I "m-
Give To ARCBloodmobile r Holiday Trade
IIt I day night.: I
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Cadsden County parents 'ChilII000mlUl1.'nl. division of the

then and other are being warned juincy'i Baby Tlgen "Very Good"Whirlwind
of the provisions of a statewide ran off with the championship
trophy In beating the Havana I U a
law and certain city and town
The Red Cross ninmlmoblle
was Ian.
34 JO. Havana hot art i4
was
ordinal ct regarding Die use ot In I Comedy
Quiiiry December K it the
for the annual holliluy baikelballtournament.
and particularly the use olJZcallbre
guns Americait Legion Hume, Featured At Empire
rifles and air rifles or
This the !busiest time ol
It' !JIll"' ')''. varsity was eliminated was Theatre In
BB guns by children uivk-r the Quincy
year fur nn t folks with end-
In first rxund competition by nlll.llahoochee
year of age. The statewide kapplying ,
leas holiday details demanding attention
both Inside and outside In an 341 IIH. CoiuhUt Cl>rl lmss lime 1920 bl
but 71 mitten of Oaikv
of Incorporated cities and towns Jiwie o nntet kmx-ked off I the C'.lIKk'n Ibunty wu just U eluting ..
den Cuunty were nut too busy ta 11It
Yellow Jacket Juniors 41-4 to it I tuliiy,
a *
prohibits the use for any purpiM I
drop by the Itloxlinolille to offer
whatsoever ot lit guns air rifles gain die finals. VMnMon Quapared blood.Many The merchant staled the hull
lo ikmal of
and 22 allbre rifle by any child!I all Tiger( scorer with It I pint tiny trade was unusually good antI
under the age of II years' unless point effort in both tiiumry volunteers, UK hiding d tur< i |till heaviest t number of years
,game burs soil nurse, em iced lung There seemed lit be
SIM h use I II under the supervision a trnuVray
and In the presence of an adult Quincy high" drooled\ two for hour al this time to enable die |110 buy 1I.'fIIl'Ilck-.,

------- Under dill statute, any adult responHlhle the week Including tournament drawing to: operate smoothly, II A whirlwind two-act onmedy
tor the welfare of such I play a* they lout to the Bulldogs pints of btoalwer'e given. "Qieer Up Mann p1a'tnc.t
GIFTS FROM UNDER' THE CHRISTMAS TREE at SL Paul's School for Retarded
a child and this would, ofcxiunie in Mal anlll D4-61 Mnnda In Bradley Munroe Gunny Illi l Ihe Empire: Theatre aiklud B 111*
Children have extra special meaning for these happy young people. Eyes glow In Include parents' annmg the Marianna contest the Tiger\ Chairman, says Its" Red CTOMllloo tie spice i to tl* hnthlay smwon.Hie .

faces radiant not only from the joy of receiving colts but also from the joy of giving otters who knowingly permits kept closely behind throughout lIle will return to (:.s. old theatre WM located

them. Picture courtesy of Citizens Bank & Trust Co. bite child to use or have In I his the first half with the margin den County In February, aril be .. M. "kNI" MarkhamMarkham where nyeNunllh' Motor Coin
possession any BI gun, air rills 1 I 40-35 at Intermission time but asks everyime who him not 11.n'blent I puny la The display ad m the
or 22-callbre rifle In violation 1 U in the third period! the margin' to arrange now lo visit I the \ luball'n CMinly 'lime rated

FUQUA STATES bids law, la liable to a line of as widened as the services ot senior UloodmohlUi rVuruary.. HeadsC II was "a heat of frolic and frivolity .

much a* $300 or imprisonment up guard Walter Dover were lost due Malice says' "Tmlity feel< Is with B corking uimeity cast.'"
to 30 days and the child may be !to an Injury I on hand whenever It Is needed I for ''See! the 20 dainty danI.tn.

!brought lore the Juvenile Court I In tae tourney Qulnry shot wlaiattahoh. all Uailsdrn County: rrsldrnts of C Industrial ] :darlings In feminine finery airy{,

Is Critical as a delinquent .. from the floor with wherever' hospitalised dance and pranre on the fllrtaUoo.
Apportionment City and town erdlnance often each team hitting 28 Arid goals. without ml r.r.a the blood. W* Team walk .tc'l1lllnr' 10 rows' Into tie

provide that the discharge of any but the Yellow Jacket sunk I II tend lo take this for granted and Expansion auillvnc," lie a l gushed.

firearm or use ot air guns or air I free throws while die Tiger* do mil Hop to think who donate* The publlo I wa* Invited to braefaviwit..u4

rUles by any person, whether child, I 1 droH| >ed In only I. It. W. 'let George do II.: The K. M. "Ken" Markham, rashler hit* such a* "Iliskll

or adult, and circumstances -|1 Qiilix-y's next game will be e on giving of blood that other may of he Query !elate llunk nns f11r," When AUme". and "lkn t

Is edanld Die !the Mane court after the 1I<1I1c1ll'l'1 live Is one of the must Importiuil tires named chslntum uf Ihettaibxlen Take My UunMy.

Issue Now Facing Congress corporate limit Violation of (Continued .. raga ) u well' as satisfying of all I resimnslbllltlet [ Cuunly ('liamlier of dun- Oil tie IruiM piiue d the Christma .
these; ordinances by adults art I I of cllliejwhlp. I Do morn Cuninilltre fur IndustrialDneloimrnl. edilkm appeared the tullow

punishable by pproprlate penalties resolve now on Uie eve ol Its new lug Ullle Nunn 'J. .... Urtffln

I ; if my dilUren, the offenders Mark Munroe year to give B Pint of blood lo feed Arrlnittun llnvana HiiliertVanLantlnghain mldvnl ot (julnry, but B turpen
are subject to delinquency prooentlngs save t life In IMS." tine oprialne bl Ulwrty Uuily
Don Fuqua told and) W. D. LInI"I.Qui' ,
Congressman klllod the
IMgg *t buck deer -
courtParent --
In Juvenile - -
the Quincy Kiwanl Club her 1 Has Accepted ''')', will serve on the (stool eight ports of loual *
and others ar urgedto any turt*
Monday thut the controversy over March Of Dimes Plans consult their law enlorrvmentagencies YoungstersUrged .. man oiirlng die arason.:'
the ot Mate legislature "Gailwlen need aii.ll-
apportionment rather than to risk vW County In Its tad ahoy U. Scott Crefory
will to one at the must Lung elate law or local or roanrreajAln5 &'! New Position To Study ttrsial liKkuHrlul dwdopment Wmpplnnent slierttt at Uadaoen UMM/
crtUnl! Issues lacing tin Gungreu Ilia' aiVdlllunal
the ot r\ ruVerniore. our ecmminy warned Ute puUM agilnat In-
in the coming ......011. IMaua use guns.designedto Ibnry &pmiMenl of Interior >rfi mail available by creasing crime.
these laws ere "
who has been re-elected to a seo-! ( and Design her Cycling Safety Into "
Are CompletionMrs. result diet no right- tanning Industry moving our ar swill W, U M3owait, an official
ail term a* Congressman from Nearing thinking prevent person would willingly Icea, 432 Park Avenue South, New Thousand of youngsters win.recHv provide gruel| UvellhiMl, lor of the Hvkkit Cu and general

this 11 county district told the risk causing Negligent tiring of York City has announced Hie re- (lirtslmai'presents our young ""mn many i< whisn manager( of Ihe IOOlpIII1)1IilIct1'l
civic club that a basic concept of 12-calibre rifle ha. been resin" | n- stint acceptance of resignstkm' bicycle as hive to leave Ihe eourty to find earth works, nrtumwl Uie first otUw

our form of government tots been I Dewey Johnson Quincy Mothers' able for aividenlal deaths, of he fli-ms corporstioi deals dils year, Ih* l'IoIIInll..1IIMotOl' suitable 1 employment, Markham week loan M extensive trip
many Club IAAAI predicted I today
struck down by recent decisions Mark W. Mantis, ,1.
and consultant, ask fHe Uiruugh die bosh. II* suit trmaU
Named Gretna March Is Slated and serious Injury to person 'In fledgling\ rycUil to
ot the Supreme Court. I often renull from careless A I D., N Jll D. The effec-live date urging adiM "U will be our Job I II ascommittee ouservallisi bualnM wa Improving
property the rule before
study bk-ycle safely
Fuqua said that and apportioning senates I Chairman January 29 use of air rill,.. BR.uxeheir of was December 13th. venturing Into die itreet."Ijtst of |h* fliamher ofOsnnwrre : mutter llwn lald.
both State Hourt onpopulation I small dx and tore lightweight Well known to all design dnlesin un uw suiiare In Qulncy Jt J:.
violated a bade tenet I Leadership of the January Mrs Katharine Montague and and relative. lack of nonw New York. Mr. Munroe estab- year, 170 ........ were to attrail new Industry Gantry A Uanpeny aUveruandwalm
of form o( goveer r.nmt. "The March 'Mr.. Chris killed In motor vehicle' rulllsMsis hi brats here This I (
our of Dime CampnllPnraml Koluike uf Quire the highly dengerostraw llnhed his iepulstkm on such outstnmllng .II.hlt bag and suitcase and
Governor and the House participate !I .... have In operation with bicycles .- an Increase of ly competitive I
AI. head
completion today a* Dewey accepted tie/ co-chairman of these wespons Is sometime pruJKCts a* die silk lisle ami wool burnerbl
In the legislative process.1 Johnson ol Crone amen pled the ship of the QuIncy Mothers' March overlooked, Parent, children office I building of the Chase Manhattan 14 per cent wer the previous,cause swat eitles suit town In men and wunenl
and art elected by a majority. It community chairmanship ol the on birth defect climax of the ,* and other are urged to remember Bank. I Chan 11". New year," the AAA Hub sslil. "Mar )' lie United' Slate era trying In-(0altrast At UntlMy Mulor Cunipany IB

hat been a concept in our bicameral key area of Uretna. January J96, March of Dime* that It I II "better to be York Oly die central oDee building <* these soitkfils. cnulit have been new ami xpanllng die suit bun lactury which was lee
that the other If all of these bike rulers ik ulna .* we are, anti many of
I
system Campaign. Trust Oat prevented slid die tnsSNanlug
drat
Jackson G. Realty, the Cads I, sale, than sorryTobacco ot the Bankers offer true
Senate, should had hem familiar with die them have much more to '
house, namely the will lead New "
den County Campaign Director They many marching puny, 380 Park Avenue, 1or wa a 'epahai.I
be based on factor other than popI said that Mrs. Johnson will coordinate mother who will rail at are* York City, and part. ot the Ford btrytle. salety ru....." than we.do. Drv4 We ptan to work Cannot with;. ; sudan WuWUker, with a tot
niMl
ulation. ': and guide the effort of many, homes on January 29, 1881 for Control Koundallon Headquarter kKU.dat be."Copies at the safety rule may he rkirln hal street horse paver di
"Having one of these three; local volunteer during the traditional contributions to support the Man 4SJ MaiUxm Avenue, New York I obtained from your kcal AAA linn ant this Agency' Imhts-' I ami I Him'It wlmllmse.Ili'll .
branches based on factor other' i January campaign. Contributions of Dime fight against birth delects. Qty. During Ihl. time he was, motor club. Why nut present a provided/ u* wild our first L Macs Hardware Cun

titan mere population l is good. I It to the County Campaign Committee Set I Hurtled with the Contract copy of Ihe mles td ynur yiungxlrrakuj trial rmita<

is part or our federal system, and Fund will go to support die We mothers have a moral responsibility vision of a Altman and O.n lJI.l with his new bk-yrk T" and 'I -- all BUN and kind '
has been a part of our state government light: against birth defect It the lo get serous to the The U. I. Department of Agriculture lath Avenue. New York Uty. The AAA rluh listed the followIng I* k. shed In NmnsylvanUi desire to 1 Uilk hosiery wa marked dowl

*, and I believe that I It I county and national level In the public the point dial ZM.UUO birth reports that a new cum-' At Interior Iliinnlng and Drsllt"flervkw Ups to Christmas rycllsls: has eupmsed its South.open" from $1.tIII w |. all at Metes.ar5hant41uy .

should be continued." he added. I put the Cadsden County Chapter defect a year an a sharks.n&Utsal mtltee ha been named to administer *, Mr. Munroe has been 1. Learn to rkt* In a sal .1\I her oprraUui" In Cumpany. Boys'

buns expressed hope that a ol the National Foundation has pruUem slwking I to the cigar-leal tobacco mar- the corporalM delgn cuvaillantand. !I pI_. Keep off busy ttrert unUl sun with knee pant were avail-
coniututlonal amendment could 1 received approximately fifty percent see and aha to allow one d the upon the afflicted children and and southwest Oorgla. this director of pal I
tain passage ot the county conlnbuUnn' to tall of year The Cwlsilrn County llusollaitiiniierly
houses ot slate legislature to be I be used within Cadsden County; their families,1' stud Mrs Kohtike. Named were member of the He ,..lalll.... Hullduucs rnwtlycompleted !I 1. Oty all IreffU well signs.to automobile Theyipply Two AccidentsTwo waM( In the edufaUisialbmkkng
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factor other than population. believe that its of IIman control committee" and leer the cwnpany In-; you a*
based on for the benefit of polio victim and eal people driven.I. I / uf the Thome U.mnriMlikiptM
in economia lntercts County will do all who will assist In administering .I central building of (he
taking children with birth defect they alternate dud* the accident were repnrtnlfrkkiy ITiun. nnoufH'O*! *
and governmental unit. I The director noted can to help die thou otta ot human the federal marketingagnwmmt !Sand<)*: Drug Company. lawoel".I A bell "horn, ar other wimIng I .hr'rnirat by the gulm7Ijjepartmem IlrIIllIIIt1II'huu1/ tee nurse

The Congressman told duimembers that there campaign are 700 children born being who an relegated to and senor regulating( ,New Jersey, Ihs ........ rvnlhHockefellrr -""*. devk* II I B necessary part of nf |'"uWkJ ftafety (lid In Mt llMMnl auumobile*
that repeal oC excite II1I'IItaJnIItJIUIlIN fir tile became handling of type tt shadegrowncigarleaf llaia. New York ( your bicycle equipment
daily In the United State. with I A Purl Inn* driven by Knell were ttsnl pie other puryoaM thai
taxes and "Medicare"; would be! their brains have been Irreparably tobacco produced In the the Bank International 'I\Y'I 4. A red tall light or red renertnr I ,
defect from cleft kiy riding
heated Issues in the next session, birth club foot ranging and other widely damaged, or domed to designated prodiMwu area ofiVnda .Jmeve SwiUrrland. end \ required on Ih* rear, and Melvtn of Qtdnc1 was traveling .'led week Jay huh /a mule
bp
.Ia). I known condition to .less familiar i lives of HwaJMIsm because their and OorgU.USUA Saws Pulc Ubrary, Jamafc. whit light IB front, when rkllng oral on E. Jeffcrsnn Street almut that wig to bull die cane mill WMuk.
He said that foreign affairs would bode have been crippled by '* Agricultural Marketing I New York. al I I I e'rlm-k. A auroral I vehicle I a .
Mr. b'lcW his
and circulatory Sunikiy
defect of the heart i
critical issues and,I declared. current' attrwled rmvla night.Arm ||.4 Vollunwigeil/ a.ku oprrsM .
continue to be the skeletal gaatro- birth defects. she ,Servk. says the program! Mr. Mantis signal( must be given old to the null and (round his
said that he hoped some action system Mrs. fclonlague pointed out hu been 1II1II..11f i tor the past fttale e, by tJw..d Myrol Harflekl of lluv
InteetJial and central nervous 1 ny"liPl oboe turning or stooiing.' cane Am<.-.vII.ate wished I*
clarify the pest I I..J.I>>441. The WitUl ; : of Design.N City, witfsng( In the twsite >
would be taken to that' It wa the knowledge ot this three crops I fhe New ace .
as well a* errors In me I. Pedestrian must be given I loail a frtiKM car ta more BOvsntsgosM
systems I Mer/in Ml
order InsUtote. mile a
Inn of Bible reading and prayer, tabolism.He !terrible toll In young live and regulation' under the .w York Oly. and Pratt tfw "right of" wsy" by dim-thin. puve, Blared his
schouls. lie pointed II leave per plant New York. HeUiamemlier turn Into the patti *f the Barfkklear
in the public 1 mind that lI'IIlhe March of DiI1ll"lto provided that Brooklyn.
out that more mail had been received rid The March ot Dime enter the fight against birth''were eligible tor crrUflcaUnii torhandling III the American InMM *- T. Only err rider per' "bk>ali rsurtng an axrVlent aid tens) IfcMTk to U and MlM H stars the
this latter I Is wiiuorting many prominent' amended IuI' andihe I Two on a hke III I dmigrroue and to |3 in his otttce on ,"""" 110 Now, she ..1 subject than any other over the sdenturts who are Investigating ,s lock of public awarmes of Oamsblem. 1 leaves for the !1984 crop K.- Nanonsl Society cA WeiJ* unlawful.Coasting ash v....11'.... In In* (Julnry, prramal tt *Ule4Mrs. .
these and other expert of birth : wgnlfiraiit advances empllon proviehsi are IwHunVd Uealgnen.' Preamlly he reside*, Into street fromdriveway (11IIorI1 Kits rhargH Mitt .
P J. C Jetsup U '"" !lint ofChurlahHuihre
IIeW po ured out that the !SU- defects huptng to find mom qpreventing have been made tal treating' birth ...I lhe rered.tiae.Amardmg si M Old Suimluni Band New Is dangerous.I vln with fulling to yWd the rlfhl' nuw) and hr Sun

premt' Court had already *** them by use of medic.lluns *- I defect and In re-srth seeking lit tt.. AcrinIllural inlet G.smlwt. Be kit suttee rkllng pt ,l way and rausMf an arrldent I'day....... rlHS untertalned Blher

that other questions width might treatment and advice to their cause andll"'ftI III\. Marketing Hetvlre. member and rotting a frw week rl and parked cm. WaIl1l" iv'*** In the aerfmt n.lrnt whit bone tile Junks' 11IIn ,..-

to be resolved through W- expectant mother.Cswwneed canton. "Birth defect an the mnst I alternate will serve en die control I vi'" with hi. family In Qulnry.rlurkla. I.sew hajJ llftl'd *> I 10 rnday sftarM UnwfMtaro the efflnt <4ll

Sal review to this apse 'nduded March of Dtna serious duktnnd health' probiemM cnmmmi due re soccer* Mr. Munfw.wltttakeiBt'rwdrnre 10. tlibtag. to nwvlng vehicle ... two an wen damaged to I >en* and *4...| dub ....-... die
the income tax credits lor moat-.and clink are fumtohlng Improved of die Untkpd Stale today," said nve teal year, rttnjarr 1.IMS. kr Palm Be rh, VIe is unla M and unsafe.U the estont of $32$ end two per InUawIni oflkMi Mrs. a W,
button to churches and cbuMi medical care for victim thee Montague. "The March 01DlIIII'II Ihrwigli January 567,,..... The nrm IIf'CI\IIrIIItIuI ere sun mewed minor lujurin.Ainwdiryg '(ivkwrpncKkmt. IL a flefr
hands
to Hot
tuppnit rd 1fsnls. flip IIIppoIt 01 disabling birth defects, making Upnuble I Ia already doing Mtnrthmg' or until their eurtrsew have|M.* was But l ennbd.tearing Use both with to Officer Kill*. .rhwvlnr prMt.lMt, Mrs. M. It.
ot Uwm to 1 Btryrle. Rkllng one
In our armed force. tor many about this problem. It can du teen selected, end have 61555104. -- -- your slat. .
Chaplains
Mis Sr,
U
Mi Hsnf "WrtekUmdeMrrotary,
asiibauy. hand. "no Isiusds" M risky and rr drive*) by *
and other acrid -- ( Mope permanent much mure if everyone In u.dtocIra Tnbecft"-.IIIII4. NowUnderway > riti sw Ill 'ifis.1r'hatmrn, of wired Shade
; lunnsh.tl. verting. WM ? ngi
"I am a* mid for e'paeUa County win greet the marching I nmbin of the romminee err martial tml cI/1YeII .nd Mf. S. W Anderson health
.. anyone..eu .... Q''nay'm7 Kwf to die rigid rUt of church and state Cox Announces mothers with a rmtrinutkaaa Dewey ( Ullla n.*. as' mettle! rhalmian.
Cam [
Mr
be. but I believe lute the C'II'fIIIn' rrkby Bight.' January 2lh.". [)et. Havana and Lre Parnv On to the ""' !'(ever rkle teeingtraftle. by twvrtlng* Mil en SunsH Drl** |I The ItawA news rats t au.IIoort *

taste ",,1CIOOI..mMIidI ew ?awe, Mt. Pt. asI. Cfwer.unejah I it We Ap was a tesiliww vtatlor M
DatesAt Cia ship-I
Uri ". *** can Closing >fmleai :: Umardti.Un.il West arch la Ira 2s
have enjoyed. SADDLE CLUB U. S. 90 U. eepeeUIly .
shank | Ihe. Mm**'* sH! "'" e pulMMO Qienry hat Wtdwerkiy.I
time to enjoy. 1bII keue ( s fate T e) raIn1"""' M to easy to kd .' I at tie Chrlerm
,. the ol the SfrtW* ; And. roum.
... BENEFIT DANCE path
ecaruiiK I .Nt Post Office Tn'* end else ohstrurtksie are I wet struts. Wh le eilnt Mtm to ..... Ueueeepnnally
t ma
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that the Cbngres* wiS take sansartrutlvr SCHEDULED HERE NEW! CORPORATION ..1aig rwmtM'd' 1IJ le ..... pied :., ttt track and rut a* :1 Tw orfupams of the feerftniflu' aid Iron several littler
.,vaure k I h sfjrtd. IVaUimilrr Jame On stated, '... ..1tnWtOI .. 1.1 ... Iff Brende rw""?
Hans. hove be.. anode by the > < 5 rwd. M UrelnB.
TnahB* cretoryjUie ta.wiv'0 loves
i
mat arardmg' to orders Iron ol U Kathy SprrUfif =
he e ear '
annrajnrwl Die W..wle. Sun Use:
: teMle 14.
KM* Cult lo have Tom Adam "
be was.reply ,. the bob Phd Office .
told the dub that uhirc"- New Teal's Eve benefit dance Blthe of the fobavige'atpigtaw 10 t west of Qutary.BrfMMrv IctotMng: slam rkSnf tt .tIM"I 1 am B .tile girl and am I k olI.o11II
j chartering
grateful to the people elCi.ll. will be closed Friday and Saturday. It the Ww.rrS ,.ry --1 CM WM rhnH wick .
National Cord' Armory I p m. : IT< *ts Kytirkt n4 Onpany > Tb AAA HUB mnlwled torwant with mull pkMur
awl *
Two December U I of
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( ...(4 ere face rote el guavy, fh* mur4ertPgUI 'alUng to yMd the odd way would
10 I BA. Drrrmber 31.Mudc f1W1"" fat Offlr* tk .m that ewnersmp I of rilde.S.Therapy the Bight of your nrmmf
MaUwfflheputMokaiM.fiInlrd *-I will be by "The Duke." JSO Ql wy. Phi, Cad. Czars ntMri to U/uclae tty. ...ribs etch H slam tn nA.bumr ml UHUnt M "love lur yos M brim me B pretty

FAMU Band To tram *tnel kfler tot..srd ,-hose ChwW Pace as thaaxaphoM 11'. Au!.. IMra'k: .OOtBr*. The ro> 1 w 11 U Oaie.w'd W C17no by,- *. Kfctng that mtMl toward ---- dull, B rrBrtte B art a hoe ofcandy

duvalchrd Iran ttria office asoeual and will be hi die style 0... II 111.00 pw ehare. trr .Iamb. Pasta amnunrtng kwls.CoggM arhre sun of the road kprababfy Parties fruit and nut and any

Appear On TV but there alit be BO.wMo of Glee Miller, Ih* Doney dealt >e J. lN.. dMong to.Hybrti with Bwtrhtog etaie OlpUr tie BUI** tin,*...." thM ell r* ran give me. WitH
ornrtoe dims.s days.The Wrfc and Gemmed sir kweKara: Margarat WVfUn.
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YAai1C fWO CADSDEtf COUNTl"most i&3U*tf. FL&RTDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 1" I

I -Leads 'Dimes' IK'en.SIT Invilod .Sj to participate'-: in this T.iI 'fie 1'u.u. Bl- :11( Where's The Fire?

Perry Takes I cnl. dustrial management :
Bits And The Quincy Scouts with sU burn University in __

Furiher Senior Scout tram Tallahaue HM wife Harriett 11 1A1i5
Step set up a patrol unit in Lafayatt daughter at Mr and

Pieces it Park. Saturday afternoon they HMwon Sr, of Rt 1,
In Automation participated in a wide game and Ala I

81 HUTCH planned a campfire program and The Squadron _._. %
demonstrations depicting son put ot the

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. phase of the history of the Big education system ot Feeding Facts
Another Christmas season has a Perry Publications, Inc. will Bend Area of Florida. On Sunday versify.
railed around and still I'm not take another step in newspaper they went to church and made Feeding your dor can and
ready. Maybe next year III start automation next April 1 with plans for future training event should be a simple daily routine.
early.I III l I very of an Electronic Retina Applicants for the Senior Roundup McMillans Her ar a few bane do's and
f Character Reader built by RecOKTUI -I and Alternate Opportunity from fon'ts that every dOlowner'u

hope that the members ot theCounty i llon Equipment, Inc. of DnlUs QuIncy are: Linda Baur, Nancy know
Communion will not get 'i,.xa '1 he (equipment ellfJ.oed !- Bcanc Virginia Markham and Visit DO b* sure you are providing
the Idea that I'm trying to attendto to function in the account Susan Woodward. I nutritious, ,,balanced did,
their business since I wrote In bit advertising and editorial 1 Christmas will lIP i p Your pet's health, his appear.
editorial in this Issue giving MY sees, even BOW lone b* will livedepend
little this
romposltlon operations of the lonjer year
idea of how to go about the problem Perry company in Its newspaper Christmas1920 Mn Alexander V f4'L 4e la part on what you feel

of correcting highway damage r l+. and allied publishing concern, 11 Wallace Drive him.
said to be caused by large trucks The machine consists ot a basic sre packing for a DO try to.n41eedinc feedtor -
(Continued tram Page One) tin plac Itloesnt
fullers earth. I'm not
hauling 4 electronic retina and recognition Mexico dry the

But I do fed that we can better unit which will accept and readtypewritten way down South (sometimes called ary. Mr. McMillan, >r what really plac matter Let it what suit your time

repair and rebuild (making them or printed copy and the land ot the flowers I Tractor Co., the Divtnlanc, but once you have
better) roads rather than impose a transform it into' non-Justified would like for you to bring m* a Ferguson dealer, Icelded be consistent.

load limit on the mining people paper tape. This tape then will doll, a little doll cart, a dull bed, trip to Mexico by his DO keep water available In I
that would make the mining Industry IIIp fed Into an RCA 301 computer a horn, knife and lock set and lots formance during the special place at times.

unprofitable. There are at 'the perry company headquarters of fruit and nuts Give all the As part of one of DONT dlb full meal
quite t few people that are selling at The Palm Beach Post little children my best wishes fora pirated Industrial | day of I dry dog food such as
the raw product ta the mining Time The computer will con- Merry Chrialmas, With love I ever carried out they Purina Dog Chow contains all
folks\ and then there are many vert It at high speed into Justified for you and Mn Santa. Your:lifted Into Mexico tb. ingndlenta dogs seed forIalthy I
employed, digging, hauling and tape ready for the casting orphmtammpoltion little friend Hazel Virginia Wat- with JOO other dealers 6 well-balanced diet.

processing this abundant mineralThose machines Juntl- air (Mrs. Morris Suber) than 40 takeoff points Apparently, this dog bas diaeoTered his niche in life. It's easy DON'T feed your pet rich;splryr
rough roads Just might -' Oed tapeand"will produce properly Door Santa daw and the United States when the master seta out with a plan. Farina Pet Car Center greasy' foods, heavy starches,
make some folks drive a little e lines ofiipccified Please bring me a big doll and will stay In Mexico expert Clarence Faweett says choice of a pet breed should depend Pr sweats. Even milk and ere
slower and more careful. We A SYMItt the 230,000 Awe,.. meted from buffet locale If live in the disarm with him.
mil
bed td fit It. Bring me a then return to their spun your as as preference. you eoiutiysr wsy
certainly have had enough people lean Infants born yearly with 8 point to 72 point can be handled tea set and t bicycle.' Bring mea aircraft that a few suburbia area, the larger dogs can be eomfortabl., with Iota DONT giv* your dog chicken or
killed and maimed on our roads eerlMie birth defects, pert Mickey In this manner. watch bracelet too. 'Your good delivered another 300 if room to exercise. These rang from the Springer Spaniel sis chop bones *r any other small

this year.Bob Melnlele' 4, Denver, Cole., Is the Th new equipment will read little girl- Kathryn Humphrey. the product i *, through the Collie, Doberman, Airedale, Standard Poodle, bones that might splinter and
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141 Nallenal March .f Dimes printed or typewritten copy up to Dear Santa CaUl: More than 8000 treat Dane and Saint Bernard. An apartment dweller, on the lodge In his throat or digestive
Kind the JOlt pro at the Olri She wee born with beth an tie rate of 2400 characters a second I have been a good girl all the Ferguson dealers and other band, does better to select smaller breed-Boston, Pug tract. If you want to give your
dub has resigned Minister Poodle, Dachshund Scotty,Weeds Sh<ls Cocker eta tog a bone, be sure it's a large
gawano Country pm spine and excess water en or approximately 28000 year and I want you to bring mea sonnel tram all ,
will leave early next 1 brain Thousands of children words a minute. It produces; 1 doll, t"......., trunk and some lea will visit Mexico over : Most Terriers and Spsnlals can live' anywhere; but prefer tb* strong bone-a knuckle or shank
forend country, while the like to b indoors of time. for instance
In Cairo toy dogs most the bone
old borne
year with even mere ..,Iau. defect punched paper tape at a speed of fruit That Is all January and February
Remember that dog's flrtf
where he will go In the newspaperand than Mickey are helped, threvgheipert 900 words a minute, storing the Your little friend Mabel Ed- complete new line of loyalty is usually to I the
perse
printing busness with his medical cans at (0 March remaining words on a magnetictape ward tractors the company srb feeds him.
father who owns the Cairo Messenger. .. Dte-naMd treatment center until the tape-producing unit duce early In 1985. Sp *
Bob made the statement the and by March *f Dimes re- can handle them. They will visit I p 6YOUR !TIO

other day mat be had never made ss.clI I""'" The Electronic Retina Character Tobacco ControlContinued near Mexico the-
I
he has now. i
Well easy
my column. Reader is capable of producing of the major : UlIimfOOTBAlLGAW/
know there are a lot ot the Sa. will > By IJCSTDl U OOUMAN, M.D..Don't .
justified and ultimately is hey see a
tape
and
members who will miss Bob merry, merry Christmas. Intact
MIlO expected to be used for this purpose ( from Page One) Indian culture perfC '
and his wile and will Join with me I hope everyone' a Merry
them well In this new ,Christmas! by Perry Publications, Inc. Ca C. R vely for them for Neglect Common Cold
Maxwell Calvary
b> wishing The Post.Times intends to us* ; on the ruins of a ante- .
vmturc. And they will be look- the new equipment In handling Shaw, Jr. Qulncy; and W. T tatlon by the famed !

big for a new little Wind some- John J. Dolan classified\ and display advertising Leslie, QuInncy.Cmeerhandlen. Ico de Mexico. The AS REGULARLY aa the the forerunner of more trnpor-

tone In the spring. and buslnpM office records After named u member onstrations will be wallow return to Caplstrano, tant and more serious condition

found-out why daughter Dies SuddenlyJohn absorption df these has been com of the committee are Lee grounds of Mexico the common cold can b* depends In the upper respiratory tract I -ii
finally, plered, It Is Intended to move Maxwell, Calvary, Ga; Wallace ricultural College at on to Invade the home, The
toget
anxious for me body, already weakened b|
Judy was so John Lewis
Sliplfer, Havana, Taylor some 40 miles from
into editorial department operates.
odor television setitewtrtYounf the factory the school and the the cold, becomes man
that new J. Dolan 09, of Havana *. Attapulgus Ga Arthur Fix- susceptible
was giving away paIRII.wa, suddenly 10 o'clock The Perry publication Intend el, Quincy; R. D. Woodward, Jr, office as soon a* the November to invasion by the bao. r
Urge stuffed animals with ma Tuesday morning In the Cadsdvn also to link the Electronic Reader Quincy William N. Davis Mt. chill bias the air. For some, It Lama that product lung Infections M

jor purchases and she had her ey* County Hospital. with the company Photon 113 Pleat u1t; and Murray Spooner, Pe.jona even returns earlier. .

on I big white cat And I thought such A native of QmllahocKhea Mr machines and with the Perry Greensboro. The "common" cold la a When the early symptoms el

she was getting too old for Dolan moved to Havana In 1844 rhotd Composer, a completelynew Grower-handlers named u alternates .. fitting term for 1 a cold see apparent, a few

things. le was the manager of the Quincy automatic electronic photocomposition are: Pete Miller Art* aa unimaginative simple horn remedies are ben.
feed Mills and a member d the machine designed and pulgim, Ga; J. L. Barlneau, Qulncy Mrs. J. W. Under ot uninteresting ftcuO. Nasal drops In limited :
This It the second Christmas fresbytcrlan Chunh In Havana. built by the Perry Engineering Homes Maxwell, Cairo Ga: en route to Mobile to disease that ROCKKE
I started struggling with Frank (ionic mil with her son quantities are very comforting, COACHED I
since Mr. Dolan served u a church Department Don May, QuIncy: ) plagues and annoys
this column. I have enjoyed writing elder. InIII.* application punched Madison\ ; Adrian Fletcher, Greensboro daughter Mr. and I specially when followed by
rather
it but at times I must admit Funeral services were conducted paper tape Jrom lie Retina Reader ; and Marcus Edwards Quinsy Bell, was the steam Inhalations A light, nutrltious Dy DOD BURY
than
it has not been easy. This pastyear at I o'clock yeelo lay afternoon and RCA computer will be fed her sister in law, presents a diet with moderate Increase A PRO BATTLE' : between the
has been a doozl Itself what In the Presbyterian Church through the Photon and the Photo A tobacco handler named as "aulk Tuesday serious threat in fluid Is helpful, too. Giants and ttl?.tr* Dame Al.Stara ,
with the Core outfit here and three In Havana with the Rev. W. H Composer. The Photon automatically member of the committee Is H. R. Among the students I to health. Antibiotics, antihlstamine assembled< by Knut |

or four elections and all of my Morrison officiating'' Interment will produce a film negative Bert, Havana; and a handler nam- :holidays tram Cupola The efforts of and pills for fever must b* used Rocka. Dea 14, 1030, was bit
regular duties to take care ot was in the Sunny Doll Cemetery of the content of an ad. The Perry ed u alternate Is Jack McMillan, lege, Martanna, are : I l>r. Colouiu physicians and only under the specific direction fasti The Chants whipped the

Some folks claim I never work In Grrtna with the Itutler-Morgan Photo Composer will project automatically Quincy Alice Gay. Sharon scientists hare of a physician. attars which Included the Iff.ndary .
that I stay over at the Ore ata- funeral !Horn In charge ot arrangement the content of this film ____ Joe Itall and Billy failed aa yet to create a vaccination Four-Horsemen, S14, Ift
Con and play dominoes all the *. Into proper type size and positionon Mrs. Ralph Hewett against the elusive Throw Old Pills Away :New York Th great Rocnn

time. I admit I do go over there Is survived by his widow ate page. Type size from 5 Cage TourneyContinued Terah Jean ilewett virus of the common cold. Leftover pills and capsules'1 .was killed |n a plan crash a

quite often elaborate new are Mi.e J.: Dolan of Havana; I point to any larger size desired vine, Ala. arrived' Since It still xlsU and flourishes from last year's Infections few month later

building an fire sons, John Edward Dolan, Atlanta, is possible and the machine t will from Page One) visit Mrs J. B. w* must respect the tact should have been thrown out Wet 'r.h ir.>Hmrfj"" ,
Jefferson ( Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Nation way down yonder on Ga, Jimmy H. Dolan, Springfield create any angle up to (0 degrees that it does occur In epidemic during spring cleaning, unless .t. *t ..jiaij .,
Street and will be moving Ala. and Hal C. Dolan Havana The Photo Composer automatically being' host to Havana Tuesday, weekend guests forms and costs the nation hundreds i the expiration date U definitely
tomettme In UU. That will ; and one sinter, Mrs. George will add border If desired he bah of January and Pensacola Thomas daughter In law Mr. of millions of dollars In known. I
Jr.
make it rough. oukouvaos ot Chattahoochc on a particular advertisement. Tech on Friday, the 8th. Mosley,
loss: of loss
of
Joe and Miss Carol wages production The Allan flu Is 4
When this ad Is complete and Box 5ceieeGREENSBORO closely related
Hive you noticed the sign on Graveside Rites processed It goes to the plats- ((53) Miss Martha Jane and medical expenses. in its early symptoms to i
Arthur Pixel's I for either Florida State Some the common cold. A
tilt street aide ot making department, TP Predisposed large epl- 91 tz*
tobacco packing house on East offset or. letter recs. Hobbs 20 Mr. and Mrs. John .How does one prevent catchIng demlo of Asian flu is not expected
Joffersonf lie had It put up there For Allen Infant' If an ad involves art work this Chain 10 spend their Christinas In the common cold There to Invade our nation this

hiring 1864 and I (thought maybesame 1 la pasted In alter. the Photo Composer L. face dYeomans. with son and are certain year. Nevertheless, It ls advised

of the other packers would Cravfejlde service were conducted part,' of the. operation Isuomplcled .. :2 law and, Mr am.Jim .and Mrs.. arinataa'n' known to predlipoi factors that children are that vaccination against the
do likewise but (1w\:yi1't teen :2RPace most
for the Allen Infant at 11 Shepard common strains of influenia -
McKeown of and adults
to thl.
single one. It realty 'payt-o-ai principle of the Electronic ," S' annoying dis-
o'clock Tuesday morning In the > i or Asian flu b* given'
and Smith of ...
vertise and U you don blow your Retina machine based upon a Ralph : : *.. Chilling of the body and .
..
Old Mt Pleasant Cemetery with CHATTAHOOCiEET(772) recent guests of : th feet specially to the elderly the debilitated f4t: rr, t.
own horn you' need not expect he Rev. Leonard C Hall officiating biological study of the human mother, Mrs.. Oliver getting wet and being and those exposed to e ?t t N 'TatV
someone else to blow It for youI It scones approximately the Gholwin 21 exposed to drafts undoubtedlymakes
think It la an excellent Idea to The' child died Monday In the ::;' amount of Information as Johns 1* of U! Col and Mrs. people more vulnerable. overcrowding In industry and
Dnhlonega Ga. schools
let strangers passing through our adaden County Hospital.Survivors doe the human eye In reading Scott 9 Ouistmsa with, her, ; When this doe occur, a warm
county know that we raise good Include the infant'sparents ordinary printing and Its operation Lock JT E. H. Jernlgan. bath Immediately after exposures Vaccination Helpful
cigar tobacco In this Is analogous In many renpects to Tllalltlme
beneficial
wrapper Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rogers Miss Public health official have
Marguerite
area. The chances are they wouldnever that of the human retina For ex- Score ChattahoocheeSO ,
Allen, formerly of Quincy and. : spend the holidays In Fatigue, emotional upsets, Inadequate found enough advantage in the
know It otherwise. Good ample, the Electronic Retina views Gmraboro 20. +
In Tallahassee maemal diet
now
residing
; Tem. are additional .
with her brother vaccination
against the influenia
work Arthur! anal;; constantly rather than Intermittently S4)
Mr. QUINCY Bs
grandparents, Mrs Inter, Mr. and Mrs. factor that must be considered virus to
suggest that It --
and II does the human *y* TP
Henry Brady, QuIncy: pa.If'rna1l1randn1othet' and avoided.People j
HI'IUIOII.[ be -
I want to wish index carrier repented. .:
In oft
signing
Mrs. HomerAllen The tepid pegs 19
POLO MIS MiGHT ..UfUltAt >
MUM Paid Sue
all of the good people who read Quincy. : of the machine provides a continuous meter IUranium who already have the It I* most'ImportAat to remember a..newe eonferano in
ends Judson
College, common cold
this column and those who have rate ot fifteen IV 0 unknowingly but
The Butler Morgan Funeral operating that the common acid I
r>arbora
: has arrived home for Ulan,Henry Ford [
had such nice things to say about 11-Inch 31-line page per I generously, spread the virus by
lane wu in charge ot arrange by E. Porch days.MS. leaves one with a great sense .H, 'Ford Motor Company
It (at. times a most wonderful malL minute, I Stoutamlre :' the droplets from the uncovered of fatigue, fatigue that
must board chairman
- -' predict
This I* achieved by a ferris\ :, J. Porch 0 antes*. be
catered to by rest and I
drums tsbovs) that new car salewill
wheel ot three
arrangement (30)
ForS. HAVANA BI GOODBYE TO Symptom ICaaily Recognised nourishment, even after the total II
Rites Held which hold tile page being read TP million in 1M4 I
LEAF While one page I* being viewed by Duke :2 San Dimes CaBf It takes about 11 to T2 hour symptoms of the common told and I..T mlllloa In IMS. H* I

A. Perry Sr. the Electronic Retina the precd- Miller 4 awn 15, said a sad ; after exposure tor the symptoms have entirely dletppeared.TH also said his company plansto

THEATRE log page Is being unloaded from Peavy II her l'r goat as tt was to become apparent Chills, low cohtmrt *r* eteriffwe spend 1700 million during
another drum and the next pageto W. Pnppell 0 for Mexico grade fever ache in the muscle I* nUel1t yore fare abort 1165 to increase Its worldwide ',
conducted
Funeral services were be read Is being loaded on mo Ward root of goats was part of the leg and back, repeated health fAnag better faculties to take ad- '
SR of a muftr.StoiMMiig
tar Austin Sr
Sam Perry third drum. As the reading ot a J. Poppea > which place be sneeiing and a runny vintage of the sales boom.
/
,Route 1, Chattahoochee at > your mM and body.
W.d. Thurs. page Is completed rOlf Halftime Score: Qulncy IT, with volunteer groups nose ar the readily recognised 48 the
'dock yesterday afternoon In the tops/WI sew advance Odd
; drum moves into position favana 14.Fuqua. then they symptoms of a cold fact
First Methodist Church Chatt Mexico it medicine' 'A 0
is amities in "fortes' hors'ire 11I11I
tar
Offline handling permitted
Th. Action! honchef, with the Rev. Donald F at paper relatively low speeds, milk pia.L.tt'CtBAL. Despite Its lowliness th* known <* .tfoctere. every**<*** l5bIexa ':U'(1frfot. WIa., ""PI .
Th. Thrills Paugett and Die Rev. Jack Howell Line containing unreadable States common cold must never be Your l*
SpllUl I offldanng Burial was In the characters marked by the machine. neglected. Whirl untreated and Luna sftMU ** kendted t y yoM -bleb h. :::111 Us Cbecle ova

fTh Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. I, PLANS usually ignored, It can become ew" doctor Bi knows yen but tt the cit :: the acme
Mr. Perry was born In Lincoln, At such time as the Electronic (Continued from Page One) The east front of (0 1H Xis. Fat ire* radicate. lad ) m'
"RacingFever" Ala. and moved to ChattKhoochee .
Is fully -
Retina Character Reader q-- ----
and the 11 othersIn States Is --- -- --
In 1847. He was employed by the operational It would eliminate Gadsden County Capitol i -----=1
district for fur the
this Congressional reparations
U. S. Army Engineers Dtstrtul,
manual ot tape
need for punching
Mobile, at Jim Woodruff Dam having allowed him to return to of I a new president ; '
for Introduction Into the computerfor
second term, The stand for the
:power house u admlnUtratlv assistant such office for a unopposed.
with A member of the Methodist justification ot lines or "This Is your office, and II about the same as
Church Mr. served other processing' u specialized we merely its custodians. We John F Kennedys \
Perry
Morrow would
Jo. material might demand. It
I in possible Seats for 11430 are -
on the official board He was a done want to serve you any way
Barbara Blggart I member ot the Chatlahoorhre also perform everything Iopand\ now at much and consider tt a privilege and some 60,000
in TtchnlcolorFrL Lions dub. by computer when you rail on us. I want to pected. Some
Mr. Perry passed away In Tallahassee greater speed. pledge my every effort to making wted In the time of

I after a long Illness. you a Congressman of which you,
Survtvm include nil widow 4 Girl Scouts can be proud." he concluded ram art not always
thru Mon. .Mrs. Vera Haney Perry-ot Chat The speaker was presented to I things in the world to

tahoochee; 1 daughters, Mr, Participate InEncampment the dub by W D. Lines.
It's H.r.l The purgeon Johnson and Mis* Jane County Commissioner Tom Maxwell : We
"OH>
SOV. GtOMlKO
MlQhU..tAd..ntur. Perry, Chattahoochee; t sun. was a guest of Francis Mo- Deeply Appreciate Your Business and
tarn Perry Jr, Atlanta, Ga, Leon Call and President Louis Dooner The Johnson
had as his guest Ms partner labusiness ,
Perry MtlledgevUle, Ca, Byron asked the new Soviet
E..r Fllmdl Robert and Don Perry, all ot Chat Four Senior Girl Smuts from W. D. Bell R. D. Brink use their Influence] to

tahoochee; I sisters Mr*. R. H., >nrp 101, Qumry participatedn Icy was accompanied Jaws: son.Romulus munist openocra trait Sincerely Wish 'You a Merry Christmasand
24 Great Stars Strickland, Qiiinry. and Mrs. Wilson the second Selections Encampment Jr, and Bill was nam against South \'

Jordan Jr, Tallahassee; and held 1M weekend In Tallahassee accompanied by his father-in-law. let' Foreign Minister ,
"How The I 3 grandrhtldrFn. to select a patrol ot eight R. Wknlnghtm ot Tallasaee romyko said be

The OarfeSmlth-Morraa Funeral girls from the Apalarhee Bend to Ala. dent Johnson a :
Home was la charge ot ar- attend the INS National Girt Congressman Fuqua WIIIl'I'moI'IlJ1ird wishes trom the S a Prosperous New YearH.
West Was Won"In I'IJ1Ift1'IIIII' Scout Senior Roundup to be heldat by his alant, Herbert end that the President
the Farragtit Wildlife Management -Viadeworth. of Live Oak. The program that the Soviet detsnee

Technicolor Area, Idaho, was arranged by J. 1.01llull'hl been cut by ,US million.IXUTAL S. Holly
Washington Mrs. Inydon & I To be elected for this National -. Mn. Vivian Richards

Johnson explained the appearance ,event whkn to held every three Television Station WCTV OtTallahassee
of a ring on Lynda Bird Johmon'siteft 'MI'I,1iJ1muetbeanoul'llandIAI matte a taped recording A sirs Al
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Sodbcrry
KIDDIE SHOW SAT. ; hand this way. Th 10-year- ) Senior Girl Scout and must el Mr. Fuqual talk. Mrs. Ludll Wftb
old daughter ot the Presides demonstrated In John "Cronouskt
have prottcienry
AT 1:00 P.M. wears' a heavy signet-type ring on General baa been
I campcraft" skills such u meal Lt. W. E. Owen Jr. Mac Goodson : .. Charles
'her right hand, but frequently she and idiot Johnson to make a Hudson
planning. preparation arty'knowledge
the hand lot passible ....
I shift tt to hl'reft when she ng. She must have ability to share survey
:
hake"" hand because It hurt her and skills work' harmoraoualy Receives Honor posals to increase Wayne Buttram
fingers. second cU s and fclrd
with tie other membersot
lie said the did .
study
Strangler"I I I ot patrol and assuming IIPrIOI1&allfOUIInoeponaIbUl1I4'Io Flrrt Lieutenant William E.
On of<< the fishes exhibited at that there were any
She must Owen Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ptrryman Curry
I
Marlnrland time, to ask -
ot Florida play a
have program skills, tocaxmni WUttam C. Owen Sr. ot Quincy, .
first clan rale*
"now" UMWI': now you leading singing and game. *nailannlng has been named a dlsUniiuMied
the
Tu. W.d. ; vistostlivery. and RM(.. Smith1JitnJe'l
carrying out program graduate In hi. class of more than
knkrkmn so thin whetviewed wins and eeremonlea.' She must 800 U. & Air Force ettcrrt at the A fanatic Is 'usually

Th. Nations Hottest Inches btadon. that and a six specimen trrttee ,be I'I'OOW"Cf'tullDd creative a gad Squadron Officer School at Max- formed person to love
ight tag
,hottest and I good representative wen.AFB. Ala. lie was honored
N.w Swinger Mad I It than bllf- ldl
not mar a.
Ctrl Scout her
of th* other ot at graduation cereraonM Friday
CUff Richard. thick.JOaWMt. Council. December It). One ot the easiest

LaurI. Peters I i I li A\trmatH were' selected win UeuMtant Oven. was selected tailing publicity Is to
01 NATO will train with the Roundup Patrol ta recnEnlHoa' of lots high moral
In during the Spring ot 1M4 *o character academic achievement,
President Johnson ha raited that they will be qualified to step phyajcal slamtaa and professkmalK Truth la the last thing

"SummerHoliday" fur closer ties with WtsMrn allies i Into any vacancy In me patrol n.npetrme. HI II 1IooInC-- educators want to

but will discuss any proposal aka which might occur. Then will bea \ to Stewart AFB lent toraarnrnlesakrh

me Soviet' Union that mUM very special Little Roundup mm duty.TL. life CM he enjoyed '
strengthen the chance of peace, I mountains of North tar lha .. lieutenant we* are wfllln* H. accept tt
la reference to the NATO trraly, ;for alternate tram 14 Girl Scout ed span rnmpletaa of Officer
In Technicolor Johnson said any new plan Jet: Councils In Florida. Georgia, Training Srhml at Urttland Alit & &
handling of weapon sa powertllck'IIMI North and South Carolina. Alternate Tex. A grwtuale ef Walton !rhSrtwol ;tab eo la not i

cartful discussion. I tram Apalacbe Bend ba>.. ta DeFunlak Springs, F a,by thaw mto mate a* i


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teb 11, 7 p.m.- Manning Tayor r '11'111'1a1n! your plant than
: RECREATION vs. Craig Oil; 8.30 She" Uie chcmiials you use after a Luci twines Johnson Will Head

OIl.'I.. Hydro Gas. I T-H deal of damage is cIme. II
i Second half: Feb. 18 7 .m.- smi ,>i the bugs you may find
NEWS Hydro GIll'I.. Craig Oil Co.. ,'n oui hiu' plants are red March of Dimes Teen ProgramLuci I
8:30-: Shell Oilers vn Manning pJcr nuto thnps. wMMflfe.
By Dun James Taylor c blip ..'all'll and aphKWncral -

va.Ftbsil' 7 p m.- Craig Oil Co. : malathlnn spray *(> Balnw Johnson, America's most famous teenager, '' .' "" '
TtRM-NO IN MIDGET Oil.; 8:30- Manning ,I anon it. lul.day' intervals will will be honorary chairman of the 19ttt! March of Dime

I"OOTBALLIt'ORlS Taylor vs Hydro Gas. h-et pest attack: Teen Age Program against birth defects. Luci who has I,
Mar, 4, 7 p.m.Hydro Ca : to look for are stem ,
Pleas turn In your Midget Foot. vs. Shell Oilers; 8:30- Craig Oil t -rt 'Town rots leaf spots, pow- some very itrong opinion about young people and their
ball uniform that : 1
for Inventory we .mUll have Co. vs. Manning Taylor. -v irilJf snit blight The Deal place in society, K leading a task force of thousands of
and purposesLaunder Mat 11, 7 p.m.- Manning Taylor &r- itnirni: tai item and crown rots. young people in the fight against birth defects '
place uniform in ,
vs. Shell Oil; I:30- Crag o nit sway all the drtsanedi ,
a paper bag Identified with adhesive "There ar* alai of good and
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I
Oil Co. ** Hydro Gas. and cl1 'n spray with enipetr
tape or your name on the Mar I*. fj>.m.- Hydro Gas' :_* ulii I The leaf pot oiut useful things wt can do right TAP also l give young people
outside and bring by the Qulncy\ t *. now-without wilting to turn the ta help sou
vs. Manning ifylor: UO- Shell] i i ) be clerked by removingt opportunity *
Recreation Department Uprated on Otters ki..Craig OilPtar. t-". .':'tsd leave ** wail as you' :21, she sayi thet problems through yrnrround -
aecond floor at Hall.MEN'S opinion Is confirmed
City
:28.7 p.m.- Manning Taylor lpol thrit bUt.'ia of Dimes programs of education, 1
spokesmen

vs. Craig Oil; :10Shell, Th BASKETBALL Mont TAP volunteer work
Gas.April st.-S the plants with sulphur ariee'
,Oilers vs. Hydro our mont dedicated,
Our Men Recreational Basketball I, 7'30- Championship I U.; lit has no practical\ cure. The among workers. Their interest their through school or club group,

League will open their game between first and second brat h<+ In IP bum the plant be- (contribution of tune, talent and projects teaming up or to ta work initiate on planned
season the first Thursday In January half dhampions.ivOtlFY'8 t.we the ailment spreads to other energy has been mipmsix of their own. pro
which li the 7th. plants There cm be no doubt that grams I

The League will have four 1 B18HKTBMX: they hate played a ngniftcint llrlp Plant Programs

trams playing a twelve game I All wotwn Interested In playing Services Held role in the conquest of polio. March of Dimes educations)

schedule on Thursday nights at!Ms'1964-B'season please contact file New Hope programs provide material for.
the National Guard Armory ReoreHlKW' .Dep l'Ul\l'fll so Inv club and organization meetin
1M For Mrs. SikesFuneral "The victory! over polio gives i. Ktlms, publication ami
will be limited to 12Playe.
belinowh.
Squads. U rw( will us heart and hope that aniwerscm exhibits on the subject of birth
... Interested In U Ihown one
basketball II aough Interest be found in an infinitely defect are available for meet.
playing please contact team will be organized\ and entered ttlst cl al services were conducted more complex disease area- Initv Local chapter can help! ,N
the Recreation Deportment at In the Tallahassee W'omen'aBasketball for kin Jake Sikes. 18. ot Una- birth defects. It li a problemIn plan a program supply a
City Hall (627-7681 League. ford at S clock! Sunday afternoon which young people have a speaker to discu dl(the problems I
.The tint haU schedule: Jan. 7, in the Grace Methodist special j stiKe-not only becauseof of birth defect, new
T p.m.- Hydro Gas va. Craig Oil Jl'MOR BOAS BASKETBALL; ,'R Church In llonford with tlw Rrv.Hen the large percentage of treatment tethniques and research
Co i 8:30- Shell Oilers vs Manning Our Junior Boys Basketball I Spivey aixl Die Rev. Buck babies born to mother under breakthrough
Taylor.' I I Program lor boys in the seventh Blair I officiating Inlcnm-nt "'a*' 20 but because of the relationship Through a program of
Jan. 14, 7 p.m.Crall Oil will be organized a In the: lloiJtml Cenn-tery: of the health of teenager Health Career Awards many
and eighth grades '
Q>. vs. Shell Oil; 8:30-: Manning lifter the Christmas holidays. P"I Mm Slket was born In Georgiaand to that" of their future children chapters of The National; \ foundation

Taylor vs. Hydro Gut. Tryouts will be held on Tuesday moved to Ikicford In I9J8 l Luci points out.Mor of : : offer Mirth of Dimesscholarships '1----------
7 Hvdro Gas "I She member of than a quarter a to attract sludenti I
Jan 21 P m.- vs. January S at 5 p.m. In the National -- was a the Corinth million defective In-

Shell Oilers; a:30Crall: Oil vs. Guard Anno:'). They will play Baptist Church In Ikcford.Mr I I fants ass leiiouily born In this country to from the$100 health to }fleMs.VM per Ranging year, disk In Ih. Whit H.ot., an ..h.1I..n .
Manning Taylor. Sakes passed Friday :
18 schedule beginningon away other Ins, dutiM M honrifchairman
an game I each year--on* very the** awards are tarter In
:'Jan. 28, 7 p.m- Manning Tay. Tuesday, January 12th and con morning In the Calhoun General minute-700 a day. Th problem centive to help student t- .f th. T..n A.. Pr..
lor vs. Shell Oil: I:3d- Craig Oil tinuing on Tuesday and Thursday I i Co. vs. Hydro Gas through March 16th. Survivors IncliKVher greater than polio ever wan in the fields of
Feb. 4. 7 p.m.Hydro Gas vs. RegUtratton slips may be obtained r Jake Sikes, IkKford: th. Young people. who have medical social work medicine' and treatmentiru''i ntheir
Manning Taylor: 8:30Shrll Oil. from the Qiuncy Recreation Talmadge Calder hUlhand'1 joined the Teen Ate irogrm physical therapy cwcupatlunattherapy communities 1-,i trtil is
ers vs. Craig Oil. I at City I lull, second Cakler, Canran AhU, New of the IMS March of Dimw and nursing the birth defects problem, how.
Department Registration and Douglas Sikh, \ ; fight igilnnt birth defect will TAP service! projects range ever that the nation Sure Is
floor. and irtumiad daughter Mrs Lhvand shoulder many r5ponibllitles I from helping to distribute literature triple that number of rentes'

Floor Covering 'be signed by above parents place. Teams -...-......--... .. ....'_ Ocala: sister, Mrs Deity 1 Many ire helping to carry to being of service to cording to Dr Daniel llf-1*
ed to same "ymjar
lIf; and; seven out the public education program patients and to helping rain ma, medical director of lint
will be coached by adults. SANTA GETS CHEST RAYED "On of the greatest grandchildren. against birth defect funds for reieirch and patient National roundatlon-Miirch of

Including formic First. Userondulat: 5:30)(First: llIame Jan gilts adults can give to children Is a world scdo from TB." Serving as active pallbearers:: Other are assigned ta help In car. Dime
'at 4.30. : various wsys with the Moth As energetic memiieri of
Inlaid Unoltum. rabbet.Counter I 112- Hawks vs. Laken; Celticsvs. So told Santa Claus during a prfrChrUtmas visit to the IlIhlll'P. Amos Ramkilph Sumner Slnulamire, Billy Strut-Tom ers' March for the March of Dances, Cam** help The Msrch of Dime Teen Age

...,,, sank Warriors. Florida Stat Board 01! Health., TlKimpiion Un,mind Williams and Dimes. Sorn. help out at one Teenagers hive" rained money Program young people have
i Jan. 14- Hawks vs. Celtics; And, to emphasis hit point Santa arranged with Dr. Joe Edit Ward.Hitwrary of the more thin 3,000 lora! for the March. of Dime byputting proved that they are np.l.l.
Lakers vs. Warriors. chapter ot The National foun on dances, basktlaallgames and eager to Ink greiler rev
Top.Work I Jan. 1 Hawks vs. Warriors; Dwight J. Wharton, director of the Florida Division of, pallbearer were John dation-March ot Dimes content of all sorts Kponilbillty In public service.
..Lakers vs. Celtics.'jan. Tuberculosis Control to have his own chest X-rayed. WyntSam' StiHilamlre, WlllardCruM The purpose of the TeenAge and salts of everything from with marriage and a familyin
21- Warriors vs. Celtics; "Really dangerous sources of infection are people I'alll1I1tll., Max Clark and Program (TAP) of the balloons to garden seeds. Mush their future, teenagers babe
Laken vs. Ita"ka. who have tuberculosis without knowing It" Santa said I Jimmy Chester. March of Dime I II to acquaint I of this money hi* gone Into a great pcrionnl Inlrn t 'Iii
The Duller-Morgan FuneralHoene th entibliiihment of BO March of birth
tits
26- Warriors ,.. Ukers; teenagers with the problem of I solving pruhlnm
.
Jan. haw ks. "It is important to guard children from infection by examining I was In charge of arrangements birth defect-- major health of Dime birth defects centers I I d.f All Trp.sExpert Ittl'l'I.:28Celtics vs. U) TS; adults In their families as well a* the teachers and 1 problem which affects them, throughout the country *" which add! up In the
Jan. Hawks.Feb. others with whom they come In contact. Tuberculosis iheir families and their communities These birth defects centers I biggMt chll Warriors vs.
Installation In which they live. make diagnosis! evaluation tills country today
I ZHawks vt. Ukers; can be prevented If everyone works together to find all 1 _, ., _
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Celtics vs. Warriors.Feb. -- --------
4Hay VS. Celtics; the people with TB and tee that they have proper treatment -

Lakl'n'I.. Warriors. a all of us grownups have a regular physical /* .Jolla U rttrmlngham. Ala. and Frank!BitHneau and Kay Atlanta Valdu- The stiark's Indlfferenr to pain

SHElWeilTCHMtl Feb. 9- Hawks vs. Warriors; checkup children everywhere can grow up In a safer Smith, tudent at Tulnne, New Orleans I lit State, Valitota. Ua. is aiituundlng, retain Marl nianl
Lakers vs. Critic happier world." are ipt-ndlng the hcMkUy* Mr. and Mr. Rol.it Vlcker of nf Hurlild." When everely mutl
"" / ,,( Second half: Feb 11War- to Christmas Seals a Roger Maxwell has returned with their parrots, Mr, and Vero Ik'ach SINIII. .. the/ wrrkmlwith haled' by other shark, they will
buy
/QUINCY ,V fLOtlOo\ I jrlors vs. Celtics; Lakers vs Santa urges everyone home from the J llillls Miller Den Smith. M,. aixl Mrs. Dun Brown an.1allemled often miitlnui to ford or return
l iawks. project which fights respiratory diseases. Clinic and Hospital In tialiwivtlkiand Mr. and Mrs. Art Mlllrf MI"'I'I the Vincent Maxwell In tak a tHlIrd "de a ..cm!
|i Feb. 16- Warriors vi. Lakers; I II doing fine following an Petersburg spent the ,,''' wiikflng' thus

I Celtics vs. Ha ks. GARDENINGIN What to plant-drw-nds on conditions oprraUcm Roger Is the sun of with Mr seat Mr*. Fount Mink' Mimroe nf New York OlyIf .
I Feb. 18Celtics ,'t. Lakers; within your fxsne, Mr. and Mrs Zenwii Maxwell Jr. and attended the Vincent Max I spending the "holklny* with liw. I'

ELECTRICALSERVICE Warriors vs. Hawk Caul-Iron' plants that will Mr and Mm fllram lirlnkley well wedding:: ftumlay.Mr III' ,IVI. urns. Maik Munnw, Jr
taken, FLORIDA and Mn font Oakley, INSECTICIDESSOIL
Feb. 23- Hawks vs. withstand abuse and adverse iimililkms and visitors visited' In MarillulI4 II/Itlwlllly.
Cellvs.vs WarraonsJ. inch as low light Inlciwlty Sunday to wee the (1rtll"'a. dt Jiickscmvllle Mr. and Mr. Jiihnlirmliani Mliwr Erin ant MnW tunnel
By Kdllnr and Mr and Mr* (1yl.U."II. *
Henry Hharpe
', 24- llawks" vs Celtics; and warm dry hams Include FUMIGANTS
b oratliin at the Boys IklMUI) | DMT weekend romiwuo lli<*ch era pending
the
Lakers vas Warriors. Florists Airlculfiinl lahenalon agaonema, axui Mar 2- Hawks VI. Warriors; lIe.n..lea dracauia, monster, pandunus Ben Willis (< lallHluwmv were her coming Ruth Krymilds sml daughterdon WEED KILLERS
Anything from wirIng Lakers vs. Celtics. philorii-ndran biplnnatifiilliim, aansevtcrla here Saturday to alt."tMl the tea weildlng.MIM k'nl al ,
4- Warriors vs. Celtic; This Is I big weekend fur the and sotndMpsus Umta lluwan. "I I
Mar. I(1Yf11by Mrs. T. L. Maxwell In
a bouse to replacing .. ,Dental llyglrn College, Dallaa.I II Mr. aral Mrs J Kitten Oi>kml
.
Lakers vs. Hawks. Yuletide gardeners These a Hunts that will grow under ad- honor III Miss Mobile VIIIl'f'llt.who .
holidays ohlklivn Wt yesterday rill' SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
a light bulb 11Warriors vs. Lakers; !special breed of green-lhum ex Texas Is Mine fur liw
Mar but need .
versa situations nvire became the bride of llolxTtMaxwell .
Jlawks. I with her parents [Jr, awl Mr* !Panther' S. C, where they will
who make annual
5:30- Celtics vs. Laken peril attemptsto light! and humliUty are dlffenbachla Sunday prnd the hnlliuiy\ with her fnmlly. <
Mar. 16- Celtics vs ; grow miirtletoe over the thres finis palm, ayngunhun Mr. and Mrs. Dave Creenwald Fed Rowan.I
Ike llawlll. Mr. and Mr*. Fount My and Mr (lad will return alter
Shepard 30Warriors: vs. hold. and philndendron cordutuin nutatum. are spending the holiday In U- In Thisnaiivllle Frtdy dirlkliiias and ,Ms family will re
Mar. 18. 5 p.m.- Champion- If you are to Join this one-weelt- tmhe, hybrid "Orlando" Salle, Colnnck\ ) with her mother I family were Saturday III anent tux 1\\.1111111" a 11I1I1It'f''laU.' .
ami
ert -' skip! RBma.bcl rt'I\.fIml.II.JId. out-of.llw-ye'ar group It It 'ttme \panduracturme und srlluum Mrs Ullle Kay bkharl. I Aesander.siphrcd/ y-l'c\IIJlII In I --- Sales & ServiceInc.
oyiM".thtWon .. _.. .. to join clan and poke s Mi and Mrs. Rkkflo and
'0 now your A t<,* of Hw ninny olbcr plants Tracy which their uaugMrr Miuih was a For the man o' war daft/ smUcn
safari to locale sprigs ot the romantic dill will thrive imlnors are African children will upend llw bobdayi' .
SHELFER.BtITCHFURNITURE of .
PER WF.R lH .KETBf I.This Ix'lifesmald.Me. (I"'alh Is always only a frwtlnn
In Wllllstim with her MilUiarle
plant. Chinese mother
violets,
evergreen .
II 1I1..lIclln.the
basketball program for 8th 1. M. Utatsey an Inch away, stranding In lilUo-
CO. Some aggressive .holiday farmer Rex begnnia Mtonla, wwnliTing J'h11ll1l')'. with
la T.III1I1- ; .
organizedafter Mrliwluiil til llnrliUllw
will be ill.Uys al
MAin T 1543 and 6th graders Christmas holidays withgames save making the trip Into the 'Jew, ]ade plant ludy's eantrup Captain and Mil Jack T Mann''flf.1 her fin in law and daughter, Or. gluts little fish I I. nrirly always Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101
fUs. ISI S412Wsrcheut the wilds by growing the hrnnae-to- and asparagus plummus.Oianres Meade. Maryland left today and family. .
being played on either Fri- and Mr*. Frill Idrilrr I fuund within the M sally curtain of
Ph. MAIn 7-1100 afternoons or Saturday morn- kill greenery In a back-yard tree. are that yesr-piund after vlmllng her aunt, Mrs Ur and Mrs l't Woi.lwnt are Irnix-lr. of the I'nl'lurwman QUINCY. FLORIDANOEL
day. If you plan to establish s handy veteran gardener may have some Tracy Riddle and family. .pending Itholidays. with tllPlr I,o' wr. Why h* chumr* dill dantrmm -
ings.Christmas supply of mistletoe remember trouble with Indoor plantings, au VMiKlle Mean of Memphis Tenn. nimilsr Mr. and Mr*. Fad L.May rulntrnc I I. a mystery
that the parasitic plant spreads here are some tips on plant diagnosis Is visiting his parent. Mr. and and Mr. and )Ira. It. D.
easily. and ran became a killer of by Dr. K. W. MtUwee, tnIverslty Mrs. G. If. Mrar. They all left Uuilward Jr.

your prized ornamentals. at Horida ornamental today far Atlanta to spend Chrlitma Mr*. henry caulk to spending
Since there Is little chance that horticulture aVpartnwnt head. with mm in law and daughter, the hoM.Uys In Alhany. Ga. with
a threshold planting will thrive Brown tips or burned marginsof Mr and Mrs Julm Schwarts and her 1111In law and daughter, Mr My he> Itar light your

longer than the holiday 1 season, It leaves Indicate too much fertilizer family. and Mrs. t. C r'ming and family /
Is more practical consider other, dried out plant rants. "!nd' Mr. and Mrs Al Cote s|>mt his, way to a very Jnyou Oirlsl.
mU injury Yellowing' weekend In ( alm'*vill* with IbelrMr .
bum < 0.lumbl.
I Indoor. pmk't" u ___ i iI or Mr*. ponaM W, Watcmirr of
and dropping o{ leaven hint that, dttU.lht". *. Alb rttne .. I. C. and Mr. and Mr*.
Gr I Teams will organize on Snlurday the soil fumes gas fumes chilling: alit and children. 11"\)0"\\Itiiljrrt K: lUnliTmund and children tai mss WMufl, Our brat wishes

iit llgs January 9 at the National'over-watering or pin* drainage.,I Mr. sal Mrs. Carl of Avllk. N. C are apewlIng -
wrauun be U* lenafall II. N. Y arrived Hunkiyinmi ... ..
Guard Armory. and par may th* holiday her with tMrpmil 7. to you and allhi. slain"
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trouble. 10 I the winter with hrrMrs. and Mr CA/1It'r.,
( Mr. *
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>t'tR + ** Small leave Indicate llgtil or I 1 IIII"'ht'l' E II. Jermgan( muM *t their hum III Havana hold dear
heavy soil lack of fertllUvr, or Mrs. lUrold hem n Ml by plus you
READY MIX dry soil. 'Monday for Ssn rrerrlux and IlIlIhway. HUilrnl" al
May
Mill I..riria
TO ALL OF YOU FROM EACH OF US Weak growth or light peen or will travel to Okinawa to }.*a her 1urKla AlluttWl'll Collrg*. Uke-.
to healthy Mlage hwhand flgt. /)nn.MI. I
yellow4or hnUtays with
SUBER & JOHNSON CO. CONCRETECONCRETE means either too tnt,.... tight Virginia lam stwlent atFSU hrr land nnnty Is Ipt'llCtln.lit Mr. and Mr*. Dun J. Watson's Gulf Service
lark of fertilizer mm M or p>.- arrlvvd .Saturday to spend

nMy rout Injury. Small leave. Chnrtma with her parents, Mr. May HratUiird May. who *Mwl* !..
kill InterniKlr could I lw cawed and Mrs N. f Fain. i iUIII G,. I* stirmtlngth
"Your Town and Center"Warehouse llngli*!. Wow
Country Shopping
from Moo hills light or t<.. high ()isry, who attend Gr- holUtays with his pats.ts.1 I
temperature gla Military A and
and Shop Adding a* little water and fertilizer vtll, (..., I* spending. the hullday Mr.A/nt"11 the aludrl bum we HARRISON
AUTO PARTSUSED
a* puoilMe to "keep pUnls. With hil11I"11., Mr and Mr*. the holidays are JI"lIhaw Curry
(healthy and alias growing t.rh Edmund: CwryMrs. Abraham Baldwin. Turin, (-..
Closed BLOCK 1 tribute to the su*e** al IrekmrI In Prior who lew-he In Oiarlr. Owen Abraham Italdwin. CARS
{11..1ham, Ga. Is h>m. for the hullIVt -
I 1 plants. .. taunt Mal, IWII "PP, Ralph Itoiv USED PARTS for all make
dhnlKwinter 'da
Dr. McElwee says that : ) Hue
Sash
Ituhrr
Thursday at Noon I I nwnlhs, or during cold flair, stiKlrat al the Unlvenlty ford Johnny of Cars and Truclci

I clark days, plants abrsb much I II of Onnpa, Athens, M1sprraMng i HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
and Oakland Concrete In fertillarr than dun>g warm, Uinslma with his par
Friday Saturday
sunny weather. lit suioc*** *di ents. Mr. and Mr*. Edwin tteur.Mrs. Wt BUY JUNItD CAM
Products Company ) -inf frrulnpr applkaliuni .1( I. P. RoMrwin ot Quanah, WliTaMiNs 1422 W. Jefferson MAIn 7-7115

Store Closed AH.s Bortck and the season of Mil y-r. Taw Is spmdlng Ow holidays
Y
Insert and rtwrcar attack Mia -I I with hrr fill Ml law and daughter,
Iota Thomson r and crab ., plants alike Mr. and 101,.. Bill Davte and family : .

j ,w, Friday and fa HAM TMM Careful bvpfrttun of glands regularly NEED 1M? ? .Q OLDFASHIONEDHRISTMAS
win catch these IMruden al I, Jan Curry, Susan MukDrhn,
SaturdayFOR the lint sign. Thi setS do woryou Margunte Sifts and Mary Hall ')
(....IfY. KwlMt al Cult Craw '
I Jumor CuUrv. Cknamn city, ar 'L1&A\
'pmrtlnf the hnUdys with twin ('s

furrnt*.
MiM Carol DeVIl. HurVM alnrmlf \
hni huthrrn Coilrfc I II (

1(1T1 pradini ChrMma with hrr par i
FUEL OIL
} I Mr and Mr*. Mil Davta.Mr I
*. Fad' L May. Mr*. C IL
Curry and ...*. M Kmbry *pmtlew
HOME DELIVERY a day ire: 'ndy t W J...m-
silk WMh W.... Mi/s and Mr.
SH E'i.L t Ctorry's moths, Mr*. Omrg U To ell our dlnd,

CALL 627-8333 Munrw.Mrs. .
AJIm Can,? left Turf '
In QuIncy t o f1 vCt day to .eat th* holidays M Mortrvnrry Ales Yet I*. Yeas Doctor, we extend warm

ro watts her sn to law and Snag Yew PmtfipuM T."''.. .u 1
663-2319 4 dwittMrr. Mr. anal Mr*. Warrra wish* for a Holiday
Marshall atilt rtaldrm.wUlMr .
F. P. May
Baur of Aubunxfalr r that to full ofr'
In Chattahooch.. _
R ; ass 5 nrnrt gurd .. BM gashes,
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Gadsden Chapter No. 30, RA.M., Td.Mau.t ldn I
FUNNY SCALE I I Council 23 8 p.m.. Masonic Building: Social Security
and continuing 9:30 Courtroom,
THE OUTTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE Representative, : a.m. Courthouse:
Published each Thursday at IS S. Madison Street e I Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: p.m. Scout Hut, Cu.
A John H. Perry Newspaper Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Chmct:
ESTABUBHED 1BO] I
Qulncy, Florid i Tuesday, January 5Canning Center, 8 5; Rota-

.....d dam tomtit Paid at OUIBCT. Horido y Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House, Garden Club BOCK;

One Year $3,00 Two Years IS.SO Six Month $1.75 f tI Meeting, 8 p.m., Club House, Lions Club. 7 p.m ,

J. L. Hutchinson PK tl.her -\ s G Y /r s Kittrell's; Saddle Club, 8 p.m., Auction Market.

: Mrs. Either Suber -,,, ., -, Wilor 1l N, cat
Don Carman ___ ______ AdvertiriNp NIlTORIAt I Wednesday, January 6- Jaycees, 12 noon KittreU; Et,
I change Club, 1 p.m.. Kittrell's: Army Recruiter, POll
.QRIz4 Office; Marine Recruiter, 9 12, Post Office.
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I local retailers art received .
S c8T1tN interest. Advertisers
IA equal do r 1M t
t have to "stop" old
,,,.... ,, ,.... ,L..1" oc oON eLocafVrtdinPd.f' They are Interested readers customc 1\'"
eu I look for advertising

However the retailer may eoi
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1H : uy misjudge longtime interest 1U>,j
lo>'alty.
Keep Those Trucks Moving! Both are quickly transferred
when the merchant seems to ion
b Hutch Interest In his old
; customers
Several weeks the committee of the
ago highways falling to talk with them througn
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce met with the t for"The a retailers most' advertising Important public is his local_advertising __ .
Gadfden County Commission and representatives of old customers "

mining Interest in this vicinity to discuss damage to ,e ; This statement by a Apart-
secondary highway In the county and to seek remediesto mud store sales manager may I RUST-OLEUM
puzzle the retailer who concerns
take of the situation.
care = himself primarily with getting
'
Sine that time the County Commission discussedthe r "new' business. The sales exec STOPS
further and went so far as to a resolution ri utive considers any repeat bud-
matter prepare for Christmas. There 1s also, most Important of all that business.
(which has not as yet been adopted) seeking a weight reverence and good will and spiritual dedication, which ,4., ,,,." e ness'The U new difference is only in the RUST

limit for motor vehicles, trailers and semitrailers to beset It brings to us. start we have In reselling old customer
at 95% of the weight limitation as prescribed In the *. Ws do have to resell
One In the of Christmas it affects BethlehemThe Available In
Florida Statutes for main roads. can see spirit as over and over. However we know
peoples' behavior, what the world could be Ilk. if people former clients are more likley to
Representatives of the mining Interests In this area this in their lives the round. read our advertising than anyone
kept spirit uppermost roads All Colors
are protesting the proposed reduction In the loads they year world is full of winding else '
that five Even those among us who do not accept Jesus as That wander and down, "U they were satisfied with us
would be permitted to carry, stating even a up AVAILABLE IN
the actual son of God revere his name and look marsh and woodsTo they want to keep up the relationship
upon And circle mountain
of fullers ,
the ,
percent reduction would make hauling They look for our sin When ALL SIZE CANS
His life as an example for all men Thus, practically all
I earth unprofitable end at the same town. w. stop advertising they look at
,
of us can look to December 25th as a day of dedicationto other advertisements," he said. AND
There are three mining Interests this area hat are The world is full of travelers It Is true that conimmers feel a
I high principles and a memorial to a life devoted tothem SPRAY CANSGuarant.ed
the fullers earth to Who fast and fleet attachment that
using the highways to transport raw journey special to stores
the processing plants. One Is located 'Just over the The world is full of wayfarersWho have served them well. It Is this to

1 state line In Georgia, another just north of Havana, and It is always good to have something to look up to never hope to meet. feeling to read stitch advertising causes many before women they STOP RUSTI I

the Florldin Company located In Quincy. All three of some goal ahead In life, an Ideal an Inspiration Some on the low road, some the high, read the news
these are at the present time employing something which tends to make us strive to be bett.rper.on. In Atlanta the woman who docs LARSENLUMBER
corporations Some the middle track
on not get her dally "news' about
the .. This, with all the magic and romance of Santa
that live and spend their In
many people money road Rich feels that her newspaper Is
But men journey by
county. The Floridin Company Is in the midst of quit. Claus for the young, contributes to the Christmas atmosphere every Incomplete. In Chicago a newspaper CO.
of their mill.here at tremendous expense. so nostalgic to practically all. Will one day circle back. without shopping news from
an expansion For life is like a ring of light Marshall Field, would b? rejected I Phone 627-7276
MERRY CHRISTMAS!
They have been operating day and night, sev.odays a And so for 1964 by many subscribers.
week. When the pr. expansion Is complete fta doubt Where love leads on afar, In thousands of small cities; the Mainline Drive

there will be room for mart employees to operate, the And.aU men ,journey"dayjmd nightTo weekly-or--dally---messages- from
new machines. More fullers earth will be needed and The Good Side meef beneath "a star. .. i .

more trucks will be required.We :-> Elizabeth Landeweer
Americans who know little about practical problems '
feel that before a limitation is plac.d upon the ,
In racially disturbed areas of their country often presenta y a
much
load limit of the trucks hauling this material QUINCY
the painful sight as they seek, at home and abroad to
if cost
should be the
thought given consequences
should become prohibitive. We have dropped our can defend their country. CALENDAR OF EVENTSA This Christmas .

dy, so to speak before, by making hasty decisions. Everyone who reads knows there are problems In If cant be there
Integrating 20,000,000 Negroes into a basically white you
Maybe these trucks are doing a great deal of damageto
I the highways. But the highways may not be built to northern European culture and society, not to mention the Community Service by the

the proper specifications. It seems to us that it is far many other races which are also being Integrated Gadsden .County Chamber of Commerce (27.8511 (

better for the secondary road money, or at least par of it Thus, admittedly there are problems. 'But the apologists I
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that Is available each year, could be used to repair and and those who swallow Communist propagandaabout Thursday December Canning Center, 8 S; FlorIda :

strengthen these roads and keep those trucks running the "terrible" conditions In which some races live State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberta

The economy of this county is not toO good as it Is and in the United States, miss the big point. And that is that Street\; Navy Recruiter, 9:30 11:30 a.m., Post Office.

If those trucks were not running and the mills not producing the United States Is the one modern democracy today;
Friday, December CHRISTMAS DAY.
a lot of people would be unemployed, a lot less trying to integrate 20,000,000 blacks.

gasoline and other motor fuel would be used and quitea Despite the problems, the Negro in the United States Monday, December 28- Klwanls Club, I p.m., Jefferson

few of the merchants in this county would be hurting has a higher standard of living\ than in any other modern House: Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m.,,

Let's keep those trucks moving and our county grow democracy. He can attend practically all of the nation's Courtroom, Courthouse; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7.3C
\ ing. Alter all repairing and rebuilding those road will colleges and universities He cart advance: almost without pin, Scout Hut, Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m" First Ba. ,iere Your Christmas visit

give further employment to Gadsden County people. limit In business H. can compete successfully in politics, Presbyterian-Church; Navy Recruiter: 9:30: 11:30 +W by long distance telephone is next best

sports In' entertainment and In government In some a.m. Post Office to being there. So if they can't see you,

Adoptive Homes NeededMaybe ways he has advantages over whites, which offset some Tuesday, December 29- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary let them hear your"Merry Christmas."

disadvantages Club, 1pm.. Jefferson House.
you have thought about adoption but haven't Instead of hailing the positive side of the United
looked into the possibility because you believe that families States picture, which is at least ninety.five per cent of Wednesday, December 30- Jaycees, 12 noon Klttref'Restaurant .

wanting to adopt a child far, far outnumber the children the whole picture, the apologists, the duped, and the Exchange Club I p.m., Jefferson House.

who need new parents. This used to be true, but is bleeding hearts (who know very little about so many Thursday, December 31CannIng Center, 8.5; Florida ,....., .
not so today. wonderful things and so much about every not.so-won State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St. "
Today The Children'Home Society of Florida I Is d.rful incident) fail to stress It.

able to fulfill the dreams of an Increasing number of We, of course, have experienced problems In the Friday, January 1NEW YEAR'S DAY. !II

I couples and In most \Instances within Just a short time historical integration of 000,000 Negroes, but we are Monday, January 4- KIwanis Club, 1pm., Jefferson Quincy Telephone Co

after they qualify.And doing It alone among the major democracies. And House; American Legion, John W. Shaw Post 84,,

Qualifying as adoptive parents may be easier what the Soviets do to suppress freedom and individual 8 p.m., American Legion Home; Masonic Lodge,,

than you think. You may already have other children, rights in one day over.shadows a year of trouble in the -- -

and perhaps you rent your home these are not U. S. A.Every. BIBLE VERSE |

I I barriers to adoption. The most important considerationsare taunt by foreigners, agitators, or misguided Christmas Gift IN
I : a happy montage, good physical and emotional liberals need not force us Into mass shame. We are "HI* same ....8 be railed Wondrrtul -

I health, appropriate ages and income sufficient to provide carrying out a difficult process, generally In an hones Uwufillor, the MItitJ M,
Tto : Fattier, Ifc* ,
There must also be a and democratic And where another r= tt.h f1
i for an enlarged family. manner. is exampleof !nine R WeSternWEAR
genuine readiness on the part of both prospective parents such integration in a modern rich, largely white society 1. Who wrote the above words

to accept as their own a child by adoption and to help In the world today? Th. positive side we seldom hear I. Ot whom wss he ipesJdngT

him grow In his own unique fashion physically men about. I. How long before the birth
---- ---- -- ---- -- -- -- Quiet were these wards
of
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tally and spiritually.Most
of the children In the care of The Children's tpokrnT
be
4. Where may this m'I8found
Home Society are Infants. How.ver there are olderyounqat.r. *

and family groups of brothers and sisters .
Ammrn to HIM %er.e t
who also need "forever" parents.If
1. Isaiah, the prophet
or friends are interested in considering
you your J
1 Jesus Chris. the long promised
adoption please call or write your North Central Divisionof Messiah. t

the Children's Home Society at P. O. Box 3174 TaU M 3. More than four hundred

lahassee, 1309 Thomasville Road. Phone 224-0729 or yrars B C I
4. Isaiah 9i ..8.f .
I 224-4033. s

I and GodThe \ ..arteeu.wsarrw :
The Court I
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recent ruling of the U. S. Supreme Court that J

the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance is I

not open to Constitutional challenge, is both reassuring '" ;
FOR
and revealing. _. 1 1111
It long toward putting Into perspectivethe .
goes a way ,. .., R
the role of ,
tribunal's basic position with respect to

religion In public life. At the same time, it serves to allay I' MEN WOMEN CHILDREN
the fears of those who were apprehensive over the Implications 1t NEED A CAREER?
of the court s earlier decisions relating to school I' r s a AM1 .wr1
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e.- r ems.rn s. e

prayers.In 1 .-. ..-.. _.. ......
rejecting the argument of a group of New Yak -.t (01. HATS PANTS BOOTS

parents that reference to a Diety In the pledge violatesthe I .._'"._,.. ..re.w. _wry.
First Amendment the court clearly took the position -

that a general religious reference U wholly proper and tL- b_. .. rI SHIRTS BELTS JACKETS
desirable so long as there 1s no attempt to dictate a'' 11.-
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specific creed within the framework.In I -.sneer lW-- -

retrospect it must be acknowledged that this Isessentially I- ...- W Complete Line of
r Western and Riding Wear
In accord with the position taken In the school r I _

prayer C'O.... The court did not ban all religious exercises : Tunedto I: .....-- .r-r,......,.-..
in the classrooms by those edicts but rather sold the glad I A= =. r r... rALa'as
I I sA5 ., ...
only that they must not follow some official prescribed C .. _r" S JUST ARRIVED
M r err r-
of the
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role. spirit .. C .. -
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The latest decision serves. to spell out the limited: r.C -
holiday seasonis -- TREES
scope of the Constitutional restriction and to insure I I ::.=: as rrnr.-= FOR IMMEDIATE PLANTING
Christians the court has no Intent of outlawing aD mentionof our wish for you I .r, -
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God. a Christmas sparkling.bright I Persimmon Chinese Chestnut Pecan

The Christmas FeelFor with )joy and merriment and rich AUt'S BEAUTY
COLLEGE
in true peace and contentment. r ern. r..rravevaraa..an 1
has
certain
practically all of us. Christmas a
"feel" no other holiday or religious observance brings. QUINCY FEED MILLS
Perhaps It is because: in childhood most of us thrilledto
the visits of Santa Claus, and cant forget the magicof QUINCY LUMBER COMPANY
It even yet. I I i NEXT CLASS 321 SOUTH JACISON STRUT 62742S7

Vat ver the reason there Is that npedal fee1mg I.I BEGINS JAN. 5TH :

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CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES'! QUPCg. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1M4 \CK 'In

We could very easily provide! --
Too Late classrooms and accommodations
for worthy students by eliminatingthe I
rabble rousers and troublemakers I
; To '
ClassifyBy that are more concernedwith
hell raising than teaming.I'
Rm n Kay U our Institutions ot higher learning Jf (
: would dose their doors to 1 *
I have no quarrel with higher those who have demonstrated their
education but it seems to me that lack of desire for knowledge and
the millions of dollars the world dismiss them In favor ot lIneereJmoo..1edp I
ha Inverted In colleges and unlversities seekers,, we could take
Is paying\ a rather poor care of a whole hell ot a lot ot
return on the investment. i worthwhile "students" that wouldbe I
During the last few yean the: a credit to their schools and to
term "student" has become the nation. I Co
dirty word. Ninety percent ot Iianarchy : It parents ot world "stu' :
rioting and unrest is attributed dents throughout the wouldstop
to "students." for a moment and consider I II

Pick up your paper and you what higher education and would Is doing tothl'lr :
join
learn from press dispatches that I with national youngsters leaden In condemning y it'Jo (
.
"students" in Panama, Uruguay, activities that are wrecking I Ii ,
Spain, Italy the Congo England, educatlona1l1tem. destroying ,
France Russia, Algeria, and Jusl i our
law and order and creating a sense
about everywhere else are more i
< utter Irresponsibility, tt mightbe
concerned with raising hell destroying worthwhile.
property and sneering at ,
law and order than they are In the A
pursuit ot knowledge. Sgt. J. C. MillerIn
Oh no I am not forgetting the
United States, We have our full [ South Carolina
share In California Florida, New Jo JoV
I
.Hampshire/ New York and many
::;other places.\ Whatever we may; Marine Sergeant John Cooper,
;\ibe teaching It apparently does Miller, son of Mrs. Ello Pearl
not Include respect for authority, Dawson of Quincy returned to, "
'respect for property rights, or the the Marine Corps Air Station 0
:Golden Rule. Beaufort, S. C, Nov. 21lith]I :
Marine Fighter Squadson 33J after -|
We know that trained common ,
completing a tour of duty in
fits have Invaded every universitycampus
;[ and are working diligent Puerto Rico.
Sly to destroy everything that de- While In Puerto Rim, the squadron ( '
;mocracy stands for. Our youth, In received training In air-to'amr,1eground :
this country and throughout the gunnery, radar Intercept and airs ,
i world, is easily led by Moscow,, rocket fire 'H
:China and Cuba-trained agitators. The squadron flies the Donor jT'
'In most every Instance their re- Vought F8C "Crusader," a single 1.. .
{hellions are ca outsiders and seat supersonic tighter intercept
Join the
directed out aircraft.: Ar
;ranks of students to Insure the ______ ,
:'success ot the riot that the "st* Club
dents" get credit for, Talquin
Political leaders and educators
'scream for more college, unlver- At Yule PartyThe
'Ii tll'I, for more education, and
;deplore the fact that more and Talquin Extension Homemakers -
more students are reaching col'lew met at the home of Mrs
age and no provision I is being Charles Dean December II with N
:made to see them through college. wirteen members present. Mrs.Sam .
We must have more money: more Fletcher was cohOlltl'tll.I I s1 ,
buildings I more "students" or the at
with a
opened
.world will go to pot. The meeting was '
Chrtotmas
Admitting that education is 1m- devotional, Keeping ++
; and very much worthjwhlle Christian" given by Mrs. Samleteben
portant The minutes were read .
It seems to me that it should I +
sincerely and approved and a short business
She reserved for those who are ,
.
In search of knowledge and session followed.For and' 1 v
: to Just anybody the Christmas program
thrown '
jiot : open read astory"When
.and everybody regardless of their party Mrs. Frank Whittle "
Came. I IMembers
-- Jesus
background qualification
or
and
worthwhile for poll- exchanged gifts
f It might be direction' "
under the
and played games ;
.Hotans and educators to stop
and Mrs. Fletcher.
of Mn. Dean
}bunt their change. If we are
jxmcerned win developing troublejnakers -
and agitators, we don't A. L. Johnson dSh ;
fced to worry about more money, .
pur enemies will gladly provide the Buried Dec. 17 ,
junta and the Instructors as they C .
gave_been doing for years.
FI.J1eralIf'Mt'H were conducted !
lor( Andrew LaFayette Johnson, j jh |
92 h, of R.F.D. Quincy, at 3 o'clock i 1 J
last Thursday afternoon In WeB
J. Adams Funeral Home. ln-
Iwment was hi Victors Cemetery '
In Concord. I IMr I J1.l. THe "WAfof/ ASON

... patron'A native ot Gadnden Cnunty, :'


: Wednesday' He Is survived morning.by a :brother, :;I I IOllle THE ALL FOR CHURCH THE FOR CHURCH ALL e./* lit *!yt .lit M tlory ,.,dJ. Mr ._ .,..1. .it. love' /,. ICs, Pasta ClltJ


nieces Johnson and of nephews.Quincy and several I factor The' on ChUl'th earth'-for therehuiM. poiynanl, 1..1r.b. weala4Ja 0//"ul Cl"J/.J. ,.,...,..l..J.


gazer The.eyeji account of for Jhe the electric-fcst part-of star-j, I Ing or eharsctercitiunahip It iakn.rdehganuod.: : .1" /at. _I.. ./ a Sun,. Sa'tw, 1/11L.Ioly fl,Li C ail Il,. .,.?.. /. .Jw.L j ,4.Jrw eels.. ,,.
our '" L : :; ,
Heading your way v.iu. ; "
I directly the fish's up.'nameIhejHnek ElectrT organ$' situated I IeIIOIIIIh :' of. 'spiritual strong church*,. Wllhoilt neither 'dt" "waa Ml lit l"vaplain9l ./ Lofty .e J ,.,/./ .'*, li, /Li ./ IrlyLt rJ rill.*, lit ,tiHDemocracy .
beat wishes for your happiest behind the eyes discharge civilisation .
nor :
electricity to stun, according prey and can survive. There are four ./, IItII iM! ee /*. .-.
Holiday season. May you and are
Marine sound
Florida. reasons why every
to I person should attend services J.I .../*i 7 J (Li. ft*.,,tor, thrttlmat i mtt U 11...,..,..... ul rt U /to l./L, .. mlilt.l M
your family enjoy a very During the past decade Jockey regularly and support the /
Bill Hartack has won state races church They are: (I) For hit .J Ili l. 0.11114 CllJI.JIII.
: at Hialeah 25 times, a feat unmatched eel .P l 1. a I..., ..,.,..
Yule!
merry own uh, ((2)) For hie chit.
other rides for the

period from by any 1051..tnramft 1W... I of dren's his community sake. (J) For fend the nation sake 3l14 eel M_/y *,"'Oft, //(/< Urn. ./ //. /V/Z ./ CL.,,,. .7, U "..,/, a acla _. 17

CECIL BEANE'SGulf I Beggars are rarely surprised bythe ((4)) For the sake of the church
sue of the gift they get Itself, which needs' his moral .,./.. /..J // fatly./ I. t.. U U lit .,,/..,./, /-,.. /. //. CL..,I. f
Station
Service
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and material support I1an
I Selfishness Is synonomous with to go to church regularlyand

:' '!1t1. Uglon. j read your Bible daily CaprrichIIIlfi4It... ...".v1.-. r...,1Itt"-.. C.


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Reception GivenTo


WOMEN'S PAGE Honor Miss ,


Moselle Vincent


Person having Items of social nature are urged to call
Mrs. Thomas Lawson Maxwell
Mr* May S. Richardson at MAiD 7-8503 4 entertained on Saturday afternoon,

December 19, with a reception
honoring Miss Moselle Vincent !Ev.Th \ r
bride-elect of Robert Hall burtoo
forming a chapel train. Her Maxwell.
shoulder length veil of Ivory Illusion 4a'a Receiving with Mrs. Maxwell
was attached to a small Charles
were Miss Vincent Mrs
circlet of pearls and her gloves
Richard Shaw, Mrs. William
were elbow length white kid A Campbell McRee of Trenton, Tennessee
strand of pearls with matching and Miss Prattle Maxwell
earrings, a gift of the groom The receiving line as formed
completed her costume Thebride' In front of the curving stairway:
A bouquet was a cascade of
which wu decorated with garlands 1.L
bridal rows and lilies o( the val of holly caught with red velvet

ley.Miss Jeanne Vincent of New bows.Mrs. I
f MaxweU *ived beguests
Orleans served as her sister's wearing a dtvss of chalk
maid of honor and Mix Margaret white fashioned upon lines of
(Jane Shoemaker, St. Petersburg classic simplicity and ornamented
and Miss Penelope Spence Maxwell with vertical bands of crystal\
sister of the groom were beading. White satin shoes were
bridesmaids. They wore long i worn and her corsage wu an orchid
gowns In empire style of mist blue of blush pink.
deluitred satin, accented at the fr The honoree wu beautiful in a
waist with French ribbon. Matching ..i jf is ; semi-formal dress of shell pink. y
French ribbon cocarde with The bodice of Italian silk wu
dainty mist blue illusion veils embroidered In seed pearls and 9 eF
formed their headpieces, and their F the full skirt wu of chiffon. Her
gloves; were wrist length while shoes were of matching pink and
kid. The bridesmaid's bouquets her corsage wu of white stephanotts -
were of Happiness roses In a ,
crescent shape with velvet ribbonbows. Mrs. Charles Richard Shaw,

maternal great aunt of the honoree

The bridegroom's father served wu heavenly gowned in i a _.
as belt man. Serving as ushers dress of Christmas red, fashioned ---

were Patrick Henry Hlgdon, Arthur MRS. VERNON EMBLE MULFORDPhoto ol imported ribbon knit the tow Miss Anita Louise Barlneau
,tqY Day Miller III, of St Petersburg neckline coming to a point and accented
and Russell Homer Patterson by Photo Studio & Flower Shop with a matching ornament Mr. and Mrs. James Louie Barlneau of Quincy an.

Jr., of Memphis, Tennessee, Her corsage wu a spray ot tiny nounce the engagement of their daughter, Anita Louise,

a cousin of the groom and William Poller-Mulford Vows Recited purple orchids worn In her hair.Mrs. to Edmond E. Gibson, son of Mr. and Mr. Edmond Joseph
McRee McRee,
Maxwell, brother at the William Campbell Gibson of Attapulgus.Miss .
mother ot Mrs. Maxwell wu attractively
..m' 1J'OOI1The bride's maternal great dressed for this occasion Barineau U a graduate of Quincy High School

MRS. ROBERT HALIBURTON MAXWELL aunt, Mrs. Charles Richard Shaw, Sunday At Greensboro Church In a dress of black lace with and attended Stetson University, DeLand, where the wasa

was gowned In a long dress In em scooped neckline and softly pleat member of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority She ii presentlyemployed

pine style of aquamarine lace, Miss Betty Joyce Potter, daughtter ed skirt With her gown she Tallahassee.Mr. .
GMAC in
I Miss Moselle Peters Vincent at the close, "The Wedding by
with a short train. Aquamarine of Mr. and Mrs. WUton Potter wore black accessories and a
hoes and white gloves completed of Greensboro became the bride Prayer white orchid wu her corsage Gibson was graduated from Attapulgus High
Mrs. Shaw's costume. Her flowers at Vernon Klmble Mulford son Ushers were Durwood Mulford, Miss Penile Maxwell wu lovely, School and has recently received his Bachelor of Science
MaxwellThe
I Is Bride of Robert H. were a spray of purple orchids of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mulford of brother of the grooav and Larry In a simple! frock of midnight blue degree in Industrial Management from Auburn University
in her hair. I Halre. velveteen with low neck and
Sunday, Sunday afternoon: at four Auburn, Alabama.

marriage of Mini Mobile Campbell McRee, Trenton, Ten wedding Mrs. Maxwell, a dress chose of mlat for her rose son's, the with o'clock beauty In a and ceremony simplicity.marked The man.Edward Beane served as best satin shawl shell collar.pumps Her and shoes her corsagwas were\! The wedding will take place February 27 at 5 o'clockin

Petal Vincent and Robert Hall- nessee, and his paternal grandparents bodice featuring a high neckline I Rev. S. J. Hampton performed Miss Carol Haire was maid of ot Sweetheart roses. the afternoon in the Attapulgus Methodist Church, Attapulgus

burton Maxwell wu solemnized! were the late Mr. and embroidered In front and back the Impressive double rlnt"i honor and bridesmaid was Miss The holiday motif prevailed Georgia. No formal invitations are being sent

at St. Paul's Episcopal I Church at Mrs. Lee Osborne Maxwell, Calvary with sequins In palest pastel loony in the Shlrene Mulford, the groom' sis throughout the house, beginning locally but all relatives and friends are cordially Invitedto
.Ix o'clock on Sunday afternoon Georgia. shades. Her ensemble was complemented Church against :background of 1 ter. I with the front door upon which wu attend.

December 20. The bride is the The candlelight ceremony was by shoes In pale pink white mums and glade and red The bride, who was given inmarriage a sparkling aquamarine Christina
daughter of Colonel It Farley satin. Her corsage was a blush and white satin ribbon flankedby tree against a background of
Reverend
performed by the JohnM. by her father was lovely
Vincent, of New Orleans Louis-i Bywater. The altar flowers ptnkorchld. a pair of tree candelabra holdIng length' gown of glittering silver. Rowan and Mrs. Donald May. Bridge Club Meets
Peters I The groom's maternal grandmother J. : = Holly wu used extensively in Also assisting in entertainingwere
tana, and the late Mobile were matching arrangements of lighted tapers. Family pewswere de satin. The I With Mrs. Max Goza
Mrs. William A Sara Shaw Miss Jeanne
Vincent. The groom's parents are Campbell marked with white satin decorating the party rooms. Miss ,
Mr. and Mm. Thomas Lawton white chrysanthemums and glad- McRee, Trenton, Tennessee wore red netThe bodice featured a boat neckline large arrangement ot bustard Vincent of New Orleans and Mme Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Max
Maxwell, of Qulncy. The bride's, loll, and the family pews were a floor length gown of paste blue, bows and I which slightly plunged In back holly predominated In the hall and Mary Shaw Graham of DeLand. Goza entertained her bridge club.
marked with white tied of the church was bow line.
vestibule with at the waist The
nosegays the fitted bodice of lace a in the Included the Christmu decorations
maternal grandparents were the the softly wu used at other points Out of town guests were at in
with satin ribbon. fan shaped arrangement sleeves terminated in calla
Mrs. John William draped skirt of chiffon over crepe. highlighted by a points living room. Golden Christmas angels members of the wedding party of terest points.
late Mr. and and '
I Peters of Qullman, Georgia. Her Mrs. W. Edward Woodward, of ,Silver slippers and white gloves of white mums at the waist. The front panel was were used u accents on the the Vincent-MaxweU wedding of, Mn. Alex McMillan won high
grandparents were the Tallahassee, vocal soloist, presented were worn with Mrs. McRee's glade with red spikes Interspersedat appliqucd with roes of self material piano and console tables and on December 20 and their out of town score and was awarded a cigarette!
paternal late Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Harvey a musical program, "Love gown. With this, she wore a white Intervals, further carrying out outlined with seed pearls the coffee table a gold leaf sconce guests. ,set. Holder of low Mrs. Louis
I\ Vincent of New Orleans, Louisi Never Falleth" and "The Lord' o chld.I a seasonal motif. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion with crystal candle holders deco Dooner, received a tray.
The groom's maternal grandparent -Prayer." She was accompanied I Immediately after the ceremony, Ronald Tolar was pianist and fell from a crown studded with rated with white camelllu. i Preceding the game a dessert
j ana. are Dr. and Mrs. William by Mr. Scott Smith at the organ. a reception was given by Mrs. Miss Hazene Hampton, vocal soloist pearls and rhlnestones. She carried In the dining room the table Southern WiresEntertains I with coffee wu served.Peace ._
\ The bride was given In marriage Shaw at her home on East King Preceding the ceremony she a cascade bouquet of Frenched wu covered with a cut work
by her father. She wore a Street Mrs. Shaw, the bride and sang "Whither Thou Goe t" and carnations centered with a cloth of creamy white appliqued At
HOMEOWNERS de sole The and members of the wedding white orchid and tied with bridal leaf I
s gown of Ivory peso groom, and embroidered In a designin
A waist, overlaid with silk I nt ornamented party formed the receiving co Corporation. ribbon pale ivory shades. Centering Children's Party On earth

I ,.......\ POLICY with reembroldered lace line in the library. Arrangements Among the out of town guests Her attendants wore Identical the table was a silver candelabrum i
tell toe W'Illlameon appliques, had a Sabrina neckline of white rotes and chrysanthemums At the wedding were Mrs. William street length dresses of red cry. decorated with holly sprays Y
: 11M. or m.m7 and short sleeve A pointed were used u floral accents. Campbell McRee Trenton, Tennessee italette featuring bodices with of irridescent silver and white. Southern Wires:7nc:entertainedwith t -VJ
prot.ctnor.. peplum of the net and lace extended Yellow r roses and chrysanthemums Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. necklines which plunged In the Silver compotes of white camel. a delightful:: Christmas party. dswt
fea l ;
/tut.leans ik.1 C.w.lry" Gmp.nl at each side Into an overskirt were used In the drawing room. Oakley Jacksonville: Mr. and bark and long sleeves. The skirts lid were on either side and a for the children of employees Saturday
i bordered with the lace appliques, A while lace and cutwork cloth Mrs. Clyde Bennett, DeLand; Mr. were bell shaped and their shoes silver coffee service was at either afternoon at the American
; covered the bride's table, which and Mn. John Graham and Miss were dyed to match satin. They end of the table. On one end Legion Home. A beautifully dec
I,was centered with a four branch Shaw Graham, DeLand; Mr. carried small tree shaped bouquets ot the sideboard wu a matching orated tree and Santa Claim
Light Her Way to Sweet Dreams epergne of silver and crystal holdIng and Mary Mrs Frank Shaw Tallahassee of small white mums outlined silver candelabrum also ornamented brought Joy to the hearts of the
while bride's roses and white Mrs. Woodson Oglesby, Atlanta with red net Their headpieces with Irridescent holly. hundred children who enjoyed
this Christmas with Gift ;
a carnations. The four tiered cake Georgia; Mrs. Alexander were circular net veils with In the den an antique compote this occasion.

of Beautiful Lingerie .i.decorated with white orchids, was HAn (J'l, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and flat bows. ot Christmas greenery and berries Sandwiches cake, coffee Ice '
','at one end of the table. At the Mrs. William Simmnns, Macon The bride's! mother chose for her predominated, and on the mantel, cream .and, drinks were served; May you and your family

other end was a silver coffee um. Georgia; Dr. and Mrs. Harry daughter's wedding a. two piece a Chrlstmu scene, annually arranged Children under twelve wer presented -,
Dress for sweet dreams. Miss Leewood Bites of Orlandocut Miami, Valdosta Ca.; Mr. and green with matching accessoriesand by the Maxwell children. gifts at this party. 'I belles era with l'a' Day filled
the wedding cake, and the, Mrs. Frank Shaw, Jr., Tallahas- a purple orchid corsage. A red velvet Santa Onus stood on ,

I j Shift GownS bride's book was kept by aM':1 lee; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons,i The 8J'OOI1mother wore a the hearth. Brass candelabra with Duplicate Club Meets with peace and happiness
Letha Webb, Canoe, Jr., Tallahassee; Mrs. Lois Boed-blue, two piece dress with navy red candles were accents in this At McMillan Home I
Mini Linda Nesbltt, of Cordele, eker, Longvlew, Texan; Mrs. W. accessories and a purple orchid. tautll. II
Georgia. A doth ot Christmas green covered I And may all your Chrlstmasei
W. Shoemaker, St Petersburg; Following the ceremony thebride' Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMtllan'entertained
Auditing Mrs Shaw In entertaining Miss Letha Webb Canoe, Ala.; parents entertained witha the punch table which wu their Saturday night

were Mm. Peter Miller, Miss Linda Nesbllt, Cordele, Ga.; reception In the church parlor.White arranged on the sunporch. The duplicate bridge club at their to come be as bright
Mrs. Kenneth MacGowan Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Onbome Max silver punch bowl wu circled
mums and glads were at home. Seasonal decorations were
ftt- Frederick May Mn. William Can- with a ring of Christmu greenery
well Calvary Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. focal points. The biide's table, at points of interest.
Mrs. William Robinson Mrs. this finished with bows of
ey Judson Townes Mayfield Cairo, ,
_. which was covered by a lace cloth There wu a tie for Wgh between JACK POPPELL'SBEAUTY
Roderick K. Shaw, of Tallaha Ga. Mrs. Runcoe R. VanLanding- red and green ribbon. A bronze
tiered
; had end the three
on one
Assisting In serving were Miss ham Cairo, Ga; Mrs. J. Kinnerly miniature bride figure stood on the coffee table Mr. and Mrs Sylvester'
cake by a
Sara Shaw, and Miss Mary Shawsham Mayfield Denmark S. C; Mr. topped and decoratedwith the container on its head filled Woodward and Louis Dooner and SALONMay
and was
of DrLand Miss Letltla I groom with burfordi Jay Chamberlain.
Ga. Mr. holly.
Maxwell Cairo ;
Emory and
Such a beautiful! way to !;Simmons Tallahassee and Miss and Mrs. Robert Taylor, Cairo. the fluting sides.between On the the other tiers end Introducing the the receiving Coffee and snacks were served
Mary Howard Griffin and Miss Ga. Ml.s Sue MaxweU and Mr. on line were Mini Sara May Love during the_ evening.
; five branched silver candelabra -
In was a .
drift into dreams. Nancy Bates. Walter Maxwell, Calvary, Ga.; holding white tapers and M... William M. Robinson and
.
For her wedding trip the bride M... Robert D. Woodward Junior.
Dlckson
Mr. and Mrs. EHdon and
trimmed with white mums a
AntronVMyth'
billows of filmy beige flannel suit into the dining
wore a mm Jacksonville; Miss Virginia Dick- touch of red. The cake wu cut Inviting guests
'with matching accessories. Her! inn Jacksonville; Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Durwood Mulford. room were Mrs. Edward W. Hunan your heart be filled
tricot lavishly by
corsage was taken from the center Knight Happen, Trenton Tenn.; On one end of the punch table Mrs. Joseph C. Days Mrs.
of the bridal bouquet. Homer Patterson III, William Edward Woodward and
Rinsell
bordered inches deep with Mr. wu a silver bowl from which w with the Joy of Christmai,
and Mrs.
Mr. Griffin.
their
Upon return Memphis, Tenn; Mr. and Mrs. Proctor served. White Mrs. John Mettauer > S..
'Maxwell will live at Talquln Cottage Miller III St. Petersburg Mrs Levy Pouring coffee during the appointed
Daffodil lace, ill, ll! at Lake Talquin and Mr.d.xwrl Arthur; Mr.Day and Mrs William Edward and the red taMe flowers and were silver In the compotes centerof hours were Mrs. Lee Ossame -i iT.y1or lJf-- i your spirits lifted with to
't will enter business with Maxwell and Mrs. Robert
All Va.Raaltc'a 1 Woodward TaIlanuOn and mints were on the
aylotl. ot nuts
In the Love Leaf Tobao- Mrs
his father of Calvary, Georgia;
"- L Saturday evening, toll other end. Judson Townes Mayfield and Mrs 2'iIltide glorious: promise ot Peace on
new Springtime mood. ::: the wedding rehearsal Girls serving were Miss Marilyn Roaroe R. Van Landingham, Cairo Q(79
z Maxwell I Leslie Haire.
Lawson
Mrs. Thomas Hair and Miss
NEW YEAR'S EVE parents of the groom entertained Others; assisting were Mrs. Herbert Georgia; Mrs.J.South Kinnerly Carolina Mayfield Earth, Good Will to men;

Informally at the Jefferson House. Haire and Mrs. Edgar Potter. Denmark ;
DANCENATIONAL I The holiday motif wu carried out Quests were grated and directed Mrs. Peter Miller Mrs. Mortimer I IB.
Charles Richard
in the decorations. The buffet line by Mrs. Bates, Mrs.
receiving
table was centered with a basket Marvin to the Tolar. Shaw Jr, Quincy; and Mrs.. Thornu Carroll's Sing Oil Service Station
of Jacksonville.Serving
GUARD Oakley
at holly with a red velvet bow Miss Garret Mulford kept the
1 ARMORY and red candles with Christmas\ guest, book which was placed on a punch on the porch were
Mrs.
Mrs. Patrick H. Hlgdon
berries were on the Individual highlighted by nosegay of
r.s.M-L, f.6.95 table Richard Gardner and Mrs. William
1/71 9 P.M. TILL 1 A.M. tables. Present were the members white and red flowers. Munroe. i
of the wedding party and out of When the couple left on their Bradley
Mn. Taylor
Floor hostesses were
town !IUf'IIta.rtm1Ras. wedding trip to the mountains of
W. Griffin Mrs. J. Lloyd Mas-
r n Tennessee, the bride wu wearing I Hinson Mrs.tarr To All
with mink collar and Hey, Mrs. John C. t
a II"f'Iault
B. Mrs John
Shelter
\a
brown accessories. Her corsagewu I Mrs. James Ma-
Bury HIgdon,
orchid from her bouquet
I Mr.the Mulford Is associated with haffey Mrs. Mitchell N. Drew d of You
Southern Wires Inc. and Mrs.Miiirord Mrs Francis McCaU Mrs. Arthur t I
with Pat Suber. hoe.When .last. Mrs. William S. Dodsm.Ir. ,
they return they will beat .. George Bates, Mrs. William
Cantey Mrs. Sam B. McMillan fromAll
home In Qulnry.
Mrs FredMERRILL'S
Following! rehearsal Saturday Mrs. William S. Bell,

night a party wu given In the
chunh parlor. Seasonal flowers of Us
were at Interest p>int.. Punch
and an amtment of cookies and

nuts were served.
: almorrow
C
Birth Announcement

oeee...as IN hsPPp I a
Ave and Mrs. William Odom i ,

ft Spokane w..., announce the
fee tbh.ppe.es.ky ea forth of a baby boy, December it I 3
The baby weighed seven pnun*.
tusk S I auras and hu been named'
oar n.qrinds sd
William Jr. Mrs. 0m te thetinner

Margie !bit!" ol_Quinry. mer.y CInz
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CADSDEN COUNTY ...... QUINCY nORTDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBFn ,U8. PAGEWOMEN'S .
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Vincent-Maxwell ', Richmond, Va art apend'ng the
Episcopal I I Ihnltfiayi with their parents, :Mr
BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Leroy and Mr R. D Woodward and Mr.
PAGE Wedding PartyAt Church Notes Perkins girl, Dec. IS; Mr. and and Mrs Harben Gregory,

Mrs Runnel BUrkwond, era Jerry Smith hu completed rixmnntln
Luncheon He
Parsons boring tmi of odal nature art urged to call Mr. and Mrs 1C B. an,* and from St. rsul't Tommy J. SPan')', boy. Dec. 18. returned home here

Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C R. Shall e Mist Elisabeth Woodward, student
May S. RJchcrdon at MAiD 7-8503 Jr one spraal: request, I reprint
remained with luncheon hen at Presbyterian College, St
a Saiur- what was my sermon for It) 1,
day at the home of the former lad OuiMmai it la 'Henhurg li tjinxtlng the bon
---- for the bridal party family and ,still relevant Iemr 1yt : A / I out of town guests here for the Mn R D, Woalw.tMMr.
Chrietmas
Adams Reunion mecwce from God':
Presbyterian Vincent-Maxwell wedriitg and Mrs bee Hat Munrot
LIVING .1 My dear children: For time ol
I I Beautiful Christmas decoratlitis yoU it hal been a long tune and 4-H Club VUlttiig their parents, Mr. and and fatally of Macon Geonria,
Held Thursday Women MeetThe were at focal points throughout I for some It was only yesterday Mrs. Bdwird tcher far the hiKtays *. will arrive Saturday for a vi'it

PEARLS the house. The bridal party was'when last we met. But Urn it News Views are their sun, Hems! Fletcher with tat mother Miss Let R.lunroe .

Mn. W. W. Massey entertainedwith Women at the First Pret Guy R. Wade sealed' In the dining room The only relative, as I know better who is a student st .LaGrange .
a beautiful luncheon at the bytenan Church met for their table which was covered by a,than any, and It hardly mattes ('rUIUtF. INFRA MELT CWleite La Grange, Ga., and Ruse --
Quincy Woman' Club Thursday general meeting at Fellowship: IF BE HAD white linen cutwork doth wu centered I whether you were In church yetterday. l The Clovcrleaf 111 girls had a ante Fletcher, student at Statson, BIRTIIDAY PARTY
the annual Adam family re. Hall. Monday at 4 p.m. Preceding I NOT COME by an arrangement of white or vestervceek, or even I wonderful Oirultnus Pre l>foI.and.MI. .
union.I Seasonal decoration wer hit a prayer band was held with Betty's father had finished the Kugt mums and carnations. I Iyeateryear I there It something for tinder IS! at the '"::7J' : .. Sue Lynn Minnie, student Mrs. Gerald Little entertained
at focal points. I Mra. Allen Cantey ki charge. reading of the Christmas story and Centering the serving table ass you all in what I have to aay. 1 I Adult leader Mrs Fast: RItt-1 at h SU and Jack Mum.ie, studentat at a birthday party for her two-

Guests were Mr. and Mrs Mn. Fount May, president, presided finished it by saying "all las a large cut glass. bowl of fresh For what I have to tell you Isl I entail Sharon Owns. toM a the University of Florida, are year-okl daughter, Kim h1l1llay.I .
I at the general fruit. eternal; It will never change, Christmas stay about me good sprouting the' holidays with their
John Adami. Knoxvtlle, Tenn meeting would not be to If lit had nut I A number ot Kim's Musts were
Mr. and Mrs Ira Let Adams, which wu opened with prayer by I come" These words remained\ Each guest received matches I'U I will never change. Ithu sumoritHn and we song Christmas parents Mr. and Mrs. Unhxi Mun present. They played garnet and
Cordele Ca., Mr. and Mn. Roy Mra. Larder Richardson. Mra. Ben in the forefront of her mind as with a white and silver design I to do with my feelings for enroll Slmnm IXigle played) SAn. low.Mr. I enjoyed Christmas cookies and
Grower. Ochlockonee, Mr. and Duncan gave a devotional on "The she hurried to bed. She bad a and the names of the couplet you I want you to know that 1 ta Oaus wearing a napkin anti I and Mr*. Graves Wllhoit ot pawl.
M.... John Harvey Moultrle Ga, Real Meaning of Christmas" I dream and this was that drean Robert and Moselle) on them ,love you. know that you haven'talways ringing a bell. Refreshments oconklm Vero Beach arrived yesterday to .
Mr. and Mn. Julian Adami, Mr. which Mrs. Richardson closed with "It was Christmas morning but Sixty people enjoyed this delightful deserved mil love, but ptirali alit cake wereserved visit hit sister, Mrs. DouglassRronkii
and Mn. J. W. Adams Mr. and a poem, "Christmas Chimes." tht'l'wun't much Joy, there partyMrs. the outflowing of ktv* Is nut tome- and husband until New
M.... Cordy Massey and Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Kingry\ and Mrs. Bill 'allJ'1! much difference at all. thing that depends; on the worthiness Laura Wonlwuixl, Year's.

Mn. Lloyd Massey Quincy Summcrford tang two appropriate She began to walk and cam to Fox 75 of the receiver. Alexander reporter, Mrs B. V, L I... Sr of Brtden- Rkrry.j
songs accompanied at the piano the place where the hospital had the Great, who wasn't faithful tome .hat. It visiting with her son-ln.law
by Mrs. Hinton Rogen been It wu a vacant lot She In his time, said a lot ol IMI DIE "(!" MI.KTHFhe and daughter Mr and Mrs Rill
Couples Bridge Mra. Richardson, introduced went to her church and found a Succumbs Here thing that suggested! he ought to Uxible "l 4-II dub met Tappan Also lulling with the a'Thf8sWeewtsh

Mra. O. & Taylor, who pan 'For Sale' ..1KIIn front and tile have been more truly my servant at ale Inane ut Jean TtKstipMmnecemher Tappan( are hi. parents, M rind
Mrs. Georgia U. S. Johnson Fox, There when friend lYest.lenl Jean
Club Interesting Christmas story. words was a time a I 1. .
at Supper 'lie has not come' below MI.all..r U Ttppan oflrt'lln.
Following the roll call by the the sign Continuing further thecame 7S' of RTJX Balnbridge, Georgia came to him In dire need of mon ThmrMiin| called the meeting toiiiifci Ilk Spring
'ormerly ol BlounMown, died at How much! asked Alexander I V.ht'
secretary Mra. R. D. Woodward ey. 'r SlII1.lrA1IXtlll't'y
the Horn
Mr. and Mn. Max Cora entertained Jr. refreshments were served by it wu to not!there.Children's Tlien she notice- 2:20: Friday morning the Gadl'dPII Ten lalnils. aaid the man. Alexander 'devotional and Audrey Humphrey Mr. anti Mr* Edgar Rarnett ofSf

the Couplet Bridge dub Circle 2. A Christmas free and the ruse ot the factories and kduitriet County HoKpllal. turned to his purteliearerand ratted the roll ami read the Mrs, fvternlmrg will arrive this
Friday night at their home oo other decorations of the season that had not even closed A native of Colqult County, said, give him fifty talents I ule. weekend lo spend Chrittmns with
Magnolia Drive with a buffet up were at Interest points. The retreflhmenti suth day this. In "p Georgia, Mrs. Fox moved to Bainbridge Why said the 'h* wily Allene Smith program chairman their parents, Mn rMgtr Barnett
per. Holiday decorations were In also carried out the distress on slip a ran u home and opI'n.1 In 1984. She was a housewife asked fur ten \-rti.. : .. would- row enrh girt bunklett on and Mr. ind Mrs. Bib Hullingworth *-
all the with the color and a member of lie be ruler ot the world, but 1 am .
room
theme. ed her bible only to find the las Mal-I Christmas gifts and \('\ "'". Site
scheme ot red and green predominating. Chrtatmu carols were aoftly part ol It wu blank page" The nolia Baptist Church. thinking of my need to give. than. dui uaed gifts to make anti Alex Illnnon student at Stan
Centering the dining played during the afternoon. thought cam back again, "11 Ifp Funeral services were conducted i And to It li with me, my children fond to prepare liana for Rrtognitin ford. San Krsmimin, California
table was a white lOOp toureen had not come" what a terrible at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon In my need to pour out my NIght were made. Jean Stewart Illnson, who attend Km-
red the Nettle Ridge Baptist Church love I. than ice I'lUversily Atlanta and John
surrounded by a polnsettia. day it would have been. upon you greater '111< cixiclixkM the meeting ory
The first carte (loop) wu served Visitors FetedAt Tomorrow It Oilrsunai. A beautiful In Blountstown with the Rev. Vlrgle need your recognize for It, cad I with niMKi a diimnatmtlun on nuking Illnaon who Is employed by Rich'sof
from this. day not matter what the Lee and the Rev. Jhn Pelt so you will continue. to receive It.I (lhci Tina. Siam ball. Refrei- Atlanta are spending the hull
Here ifHclatlng Burial was In the I I revogniu It days with their Mr. and
Following Hipper bridge "as.njoyt'd. Dinner weather be. A wonderful day only hope you mints were served and the marling parents
Sylvester Woodward held may what weariness Mills Spring Cemetery, Sneads, when you see II. Part ol It is In was adjourned. Mr John C. Illnaun
matter you
high score among the men and Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Davi no have. A glorious day no matte with the J, B. Adams Funeral the ringing of the stars, me rsHnjwaters 1QIPI'1 I Thump**, Mrs Fvereito Munnie and
received entertained with a dinner party Hone in charge ot oe the laughter ol dill- mother Mn, J A. MiKbrnwc left
M... Wright Crosby wan : what have seen A
Thursday night In honor of their graveness you what Mn, to is survived by IIi':1eou".f1tpl'8 : dren Part ot It Is in the mom reputesAROUND veMerday for Jscdnm' Must loipcnd
tn'i high.Subers matter
son In law and daughter, Major magnificent day no have undergone Mn Pcsil Yonireenshoro Mils of Joy and peace that swell ", the hollilays with relatives.
and Mn. Kenneth A. Martin of maltreatment you Alt, Mn Dun your hearts, and part ot It i. in Mr. and Mrs R W Wallace for yea React
II the acknowledge
HostsAt This day we
Are Tucson Arizona who are spending of Christ Into the darts Norwalk, Conn, Mil And the salty dtadulln' ol It'..... 11 IsUr are attending Ohrlsnnas In Blum tmemlsmlil* enj
Open HouseMr. the holidays here.Outstanding world.the STRANGE coming ISN'T IT rey Cam, Milliitan and Mn Uet fur you to aioibend| U I Ma, S. C. with "her brother In sits mil kM. .. :
and Mn. Pat Suber entertained Christmu decoraUont WE ACKNOWLEDGE IDS COM ly Warren Worcester, Mass, tuur you have the eye h> tee, tt* law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.
with Open House Saturday were effectively arranged In INTO THE WORLD BUT sons, U. S. Johnson, UulitbridgeGa. mind to reason and the heart to C Judy. They will stun visit hla
night. Beautiful Holiday decorations the living and dining\ rooms. A WILL ING N were at points ot Interest brilliantly lighted tree wu in the OUR HEARTS. Town, N. J.. Lewis Fcrrrll John But, alas, at In every family, The return to Qulncy .Saturday Their
throughout the house. den. war, Merchanlville N. J., and there are torn whnte sensltivttie son and daughter In law, Dr. and
Alpin Johnson Mobile, Ala; 28 are not sharpened to Die point SQUARE Mil R. W. Wallace, Jr. and children AMOCO
Many friends\ ot the couple called HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS grandchildren and I great grand- where men gifts of 1<1.re seen of Atlanta will arrivt Sunday -
during the appointed noun. Church Party 'hildren.Serving. for what they II'I have many sv Iub.f tat a visit with rum here.
as pallbearers were tune wondered how w* breakthrough Mist Sarah Key left yevlrrdsy. SERVICE STATION
Open House TuesdayAt For ChildrenA Adrian Johnson, Jimmy Johntrm, the Inn resistance of die Huron, tXilo lo visit relatives.

McMillan HomeMr. lip Marjorie .. Gregory Clifford Johnson, Ellis Yon, J. M. such. I know Mist you penple Mr*. EllsabHh Umbry ot Blrmnirliim Quincy Florida
Christmas tree and program Barren and Bobby McUinleU have found a way to do Oils at was a recent gust cdrelative
and Mn.. Sam B. McMillan for the children of the First Prey 1:......_ Home FxmmraMIIKIS1M i this- time ot )'Pllr Mothers cad and friend 'her*. i
entertained with Open Howe at lyterian Church wu an event of (' tl la PUBES KK: fathers. and aunts and w.-In ind Qirlntmas glfti Best you this Miss Jan Allen Smith. of f'Itotl.1'
their home on Magnolia Drive Saturday morning at ten o'clock Christmas Is a lot ot thuiut. It'.I Jim[ Mercer 52, grendrnothen and gnuidfflthera, year. Moat ol U. ant me thuinhi' non Nurolng Rchn4, Atlanta, Is
Tuesday evening. Beautiful Christ- at Fellowship Hull. The group bigger than Santa Oaus and M'. whew kite. constant and unhll have finnheil our sl.'|'| log and lieniHiig me holldavn with her Insurance C mltr
mat decorations were at focal sang Christmas\ songs after which brighter than a million lighted: Buried Yesterday Dig Utfuuithout the year. hut who are ready fur lisiKirniw nuirnliig parents, Mr, and Mil. Andrew
punts throughout the rooms Mra. Lanier Richardson, told a treet. It reaches beyond the mall- are nut quit suit Ira undentond. F\fiyuiw is getting sulrlhxlwn Smith. 1121 Wait Jtirton
Many friends called during the "story "The SioNniiker'i dirlirtmu big of Christmas cards and the, l1I'ralllPl'Vk'H were comkictet make It a point lo nfHI It 0111 d" hl'1'at the Times Office.Villlit Miss Sherry Imidler, who 1.1
appointed houn.loi ," taken from an old German exchanging\ ot gifts. II'. warme for Jim Mercer, 13, ot Blue (reek right at this tag end of lln> year keeps bringing In little .Hlvtng it HunllngiVm Collegii In I PAT THOMAS
San than hut mince pie and more In l Community In Liberty County alI by translating It Into cold, I hard,I Jtmmts to put ttKhT Ihe Ire*. 1 Mimtgisnery, AIR, has arrived
Claus presented gifts to spicing\ than the aroma of golden I 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon In material act by the giving of Worrell slips In ever now and liven home In quit) the hollilays with
S 1 all children up to nine yean dage. brown turkey and sage dmsing. he Blue Creek Methodist Church rich and wonderful gifts to thn and wraps a gift, using the 81x11141 ,her family, the Roliert OwnDenIdiildv i INSURANCE. IMC.On .
,, The spirit i1 Clinslmas encircles i with the Rev. Ben Sptvey and the they love I have ttmiKlrt to apt on the counter. Suwn has a Jolmaiin, wtm sttenrls the
this confused and tired world Rev A. T lluoten officiating many times that 1 outfit' to do, big grin on her tice, Julsmy Hair University of Georgia, Athens, Is I
Skinner Home Is of ours every year and nit lire turial was In the Blue Reek Ksnethitui like this. But II Is, you is all millet lobs and 1 wnmler |iemllng| Ih* Mlilays with Msiwrents '

Ct Scene war nor personal tragedy ran dull 'emrtery. see, tomrtliing of a prohlem to if wt can make It through UK ) Mr ant Mrs. Carl Juhnwm -
Party
6 66 Birthday Its tauter. Mr. Mercer was born In Liberty me. first of all woulitn I It be nillilay swan.Qrristnas .
Mn. J. R. Skinner and Mrs It begins along about the time, bounty and wu a member of the awful If I gave Aunt Sunle sunie- Wllllllt'r. Whys lr soil Mrs Glenn Boring and
: Richard Russell entertained with small chlMren with amazing Intultiun -. United Pentecostal lloilne thing that Aunt IVteda wanted Vc..lrr why we .I\\a'lll'" a family if HI, IVIerttwrg. arrived
a buffet supper Friday night In ask "When's Christinas, Church In llotlord. lie passed more than she Yuu tee, too' fish Uirlstnuis Ire when tar ,.10'1 I yi-stenkiy, lo spend the hotldnva
honor of their husbands, wtxaebirthdays Mommy And the day you take, way at I;SO Monday evening al dun't you, how hard It woild be big Is I ten high Wonder with his fsmlly, IV and Mrs tl Stop Means
the same date the Christmas tree horn. K noting soul islet Mist Maine
I are bedraggled to find wsnethlng material, dllferenl men like lo go hunting In
Positive Protection Beautiful Christmu\ decorationswith down against their tearful protestadoesn't I Survivor Include his wife, Mrs. and personal fur eaiii amevery 'ion-Xing' weather mayti to KHawsy Boring j Complete Strrlc
a pink and silver theme were really mark the end. Jim Mercer of Blue Creek; 2 stepsona person In the human r..... from ut women. WunuW Walter Glt\!eat. t ihsHit at
Against TERMITES! effectively used U the Skinner Christmas thrive wherever men, Edgar Poslon of Jai-fcson- mere are n many tkit I do like why most of ut put tilt our shupnit Georgia Terh li tnmxHng nil hiA-1 PIAL 627-7151
home, scene of mt party. art fret, for Its roots are burtw I v die and Tommy Ponton ol Blue the Idea ol your sibling your to Uw very lad maylie'CIUM lilayt with his II.MIY ml' ,
converaatioa No die. Cr'IN'ko.. ... ttfikdaugkler, MUll : Mrs J. R' nilhert. '
Fallowing sipper deep in human dignity. .' real down o4> langt It'. mist Iirutmuy to QUINCY
and music were enjoyed by the tutor can ever' entirely destroy dells Potion. Paris Island, I. C; bit terms minks ind dulls and ship In a crowd. Winder why we Mr. and Mrs: Itntt (LeRoy it,

11 guests.Mrs. ,Christmas becsuw It Is Import- and several brother. and listen. hi.fl's; magazines, and books, and ust I'IIn't'Itlt shaking prraenlsTAmuring
I bit to put barbed wire around a The Butler-Morgan Funeral securities; game, and artifact, Saw the following
Note
Pat Higdon. Jr. man's soul. Home wu In chart et arrange and "'mIll.... 1 certainly hope sign In a store help DR. CHARLES C. TURNER
I' Christmu Is magic thing. It ments.
anon Entertains At Bridge a hat all of them are the tnnarna11. tight poverty Buy here.
make a family out A relatives, ... (4 your luve and nteeffl, medin't
I Mn. Pat Higdon Jr. entertained turns acquaintances Into frlendi. Homer Allen 62 serve at brilwe or guilt ofertngt AruundaUul Me (o in OPTOMETRIST
her bridge club Tuesday night It changes houset Into homes, or other terrible perveeseta Brlgltte' Ifcetenlxill tat a mlnul
Seasonal decorations were at Interact makes bright lights brighter of love. I bleat\ them when Ml May t. rootlet how the cfcvkl In
points in live home. make snow more beautiful Succumbs Here hey are the measure of your lie Morrt art canoes and amll Examination o! the Eye
rintwiTturiiiHitiTtlkxl I Preceding the game she aerved Christmu even turns the music ol love and I wish 1 might bit able tot even ttiiaigh they are dead
Homer Allen 02 of
amjLund died
t* mlihbors total" dessert with coffee.Mrs. children's laughter Into a symphony Quincy each and rifle ol <.1U..r leH. Saw Ntmy Wabli-r Now Hours
to give
every
;
wl cenlitftntiiily (lit" horn.i.w. suddenly
Sunday in the few frank
morning Crouch's
IwinN tiddM You ao.dntworry I WIn le Ridueh ewer won ot Joy and pralat. Christ- HonpltaUA Must InUwriyt
.. In IVIk I slop
Baker' t.
4 truetrM M- touch '
about lho' mat leaves on everything a
and Mrs. Frank Smith and of
high MOT Intensely a part me, so
Melt M you hav. your rctiiMct Wbuildor and native of Florida. Mr. Allen fur a minute All .the Cloud Thurs P.M. Quincy Florida
>pMil Wolm.ni/.< peso Jr., low.Floyd._ ot Renew Indestructible peace. and moved to Quinry in IMS. II* wu hat you can sae my kwe as you red tangs In wires.* husk so gsy.Mililml .
Irwud rumba Wolmwilra Christmas II ,
tun hunter alvM' *.lltlv *r. ,..",01. and tot stuck yaw Bassetts HostsAt Church. it, at I have this true almut a ......-"" .
story
tins HWImt >,'..u.r" .dd. I... of mind -.e a way ot thinking Funeral would have to give exactly the
than IS t* tti. coat of a new how Holiday SupperMr. a manner of looking at things at I o'dak services wet econducted' same thing to everybody, or wane who waif MI turnip gnvm In hrr.wasltng I
Tuesdsy tfternum in machine, ft*
says pass
Writ tr cad todtr tar and Mrs. Floyd Bassett entertained a belied In people and an abiding the Assembly of M Church attic would get offmrled and say Iwasn't
fill the mwhlne with water, put
ecu lOOKLIT faith In Christ the Lord. You up
I
with a holiday bufrtauppPI' the Rev. U C Hall and the Rev. treating them fairly' In and just wash .them
Press this greens ..
8s. *r rail your local lumber Friday night. + from the MuUInt M B. Harris ofnrtarlng. Interment know how people seal And ten a little bit. P. i'",t have lo PLAN NOW

dealer *r Post h Lvmbet Attractive Yuletide decorations was In the Old Mt. PleasantCemetery 1 in, I am sure It would nave to is,. Uv himhllng4yp of ma/tin.
Preserving Company were at focal paints m the attractive New Service In with the Rul..orpnI'll he something Intensely practical Waa IhlnkiftK tf ynu M the grem
home,. breams I hit. want; and the
P.... 117-1171 < "- Mum In charge of ar- 10 Into a spin It wouliki b* narssari -
26 things of heaven are not neceaaar r
the
Following supper guests
ntjementl. .
Havana Area to tot diced up.Will
enjoyed music and dancing.k He It survived by hit widow, ly th* tMngt best fitted to ...J1J1.Y have a vary Merry ChristSMI -
Mrs. Homer Quinry tAl am the problem that 14ueIn tr rest
;
Walter Kehoe. ttatrtct Manager everyone. you
Stow sons, Herbert 'an.toJ Allen finding tome tangible expr-
.
of the Tallahassee aortal lIy..tlyel
tanirtty -
lion of my love for you? May".
both of Query, and Walter
office hat announced' a tour tcht
wlUIaJIfIL.. and male '
and hippinet la this Allen, AM Diego. Csttfj core this meaasge
Joy
:dale for service to the Havanaarea.
uighlrr Mlas .Shirley Allen you aware of how much I really Hospital Report
with t
Betjuintnf January ,
season of good cheer ii our .1 utncy I broMuTt HHrfnr and car abut you. I hop that It
a represmlativf from the Tally ...
will. brotwllll tl may bo very
offic will visit tiers onmt Raymond Allen of I Admissions [)roe. IS Dec. II:
friend andcustomers. haste =
wish to." all our bnt that I ran du. .turHy the
Allen
a Harvey Lee ,
Otto
Prrklns
first Wedneaday of each month. Mrs. Ilikla Warren
,Mr. Kehoe aald that Bill new I sty; and I imnVtilldrsn., .ready.([leant given aaMiranrn through that the 1 nave lUJyScriptures I:. J./YfIPI' Mrs. Mary Ann BUrswu FOR A '
schedule will permit Mi office to l. Dr. II V. IVI r.f Mrs
tti
*
to
ought tarry :
,
give better service to the area. ridge Club Members rwm* by Ihemsclvea. but Lull Tuats.: Murry Toldtads e
n itwimg MERRYCHRISTMAS
Those who wins to cWm toctal Attend( LuncheonThe then )* expect M mucnl fit toy. Jimmy Allen" II C;

W. D. Harrell's Bait & TackleLake '(other security quwttai payments about aortal or have te- eMir> Tuetrlay club enjoyed mourning a OirMnn duplicate. I"ann Please d prop be all aaturerl my blessings d dIP nmrmu-to rot, Jean Kingry.R.ky..11 Mrs. Mien KalrHrKh of lAngtuid
eurtty may see mt itrprearntatlv of Vw., apt Eugene
kincheon. eovered' dishat the ,and of to perpetuity my nltllta- '
Talquin Road. Quincy at mt Havana Cry IUII betweent Margrrt K lliytnrwti.
that I might be aM to
tarn of Mr. nd U May (idaweek. Wishing .
:SO 1 m. and 12 nom an the IOlI11O'IliInC tangtM todtrue hot"w; William IlrrsMI ftn. 1N1965
Reautlhrf Yule deouratkns give you
flrmt Wednesday of earn month try, IkmKbs Cares VsnUndInchant f
were at Interest points. :a expn av II << myself, I remain I. Mrs. Jwnml IM An-
and
acoordtng to Mr. Kehot.
The group began playing atnine Inn-vet, Your Ciod. brae. Havana; Mrs. e:rageP'sa. JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS
Mot broth served P. S. I was wire that If 1
thirty was I Mint andlUrvsrd
Birth Announcement .1 IwplflU1y.. :thought kung msigh I might I tie( rtehihrklK Kuvnt*; Alfred Butler, !Wieads; NOWI 1

Mr. and Mrs. Pierre WlUlams There wu an ewhtngt of gifts able to mm up wtth It""'" hinC. Maraca Allen River JunrltwijItwran : 'Jsu.CLUB :
Jr. of Greenville, .. C arias from the brilliantly lighted in*. I im sewDnc r*> sranetMnf very: lloaey, Ge'I'5a %-", Mrs ,
the birth at a tm Dm II kiGreenvtUt. MR baotground pweie wu ptayherf. : pr ctou*, very prrtrral very real; I!' Fiber ff.rrf. Mt. Pleasant ,
He weighed ,seven 'and awnettilnf on wM>* yo ran,Mary
Tsllahaa.' '
Rachel Allen
pound and has ...nUMd JntaiCUrtnm Waxen win Mrs. leery W.. .pair out your loves ft'I taw every,0,and Mrs. ,
Williams. Mrs Jack Rfcnantson. Sent. 1 bndy M dlAl't beget to Stare It ,
The coupl has tw* ode oil]I Mrs. Ftahrr WIIIM a. Mn. George It will com on ChrMtntM lay YEAR'S EVE .
drew, Pterc m who. wen years w. Munme, second; and Mrs. I rvnmr roe, II. will ...... onChrMtmaiDay. NEW
old and Mama Yt'1ill flv*. Co C Lm. M..... Hm rranldle. K*'I a Barry lUt
I II 'my Snn Mt't ynur and DANCENATIONAL
I trust you WIN tab = Him SOc each w..k for 50 weeks $ 25.00
the wty yno thnuMI Uw *f.M,
c:;..... GUARD S 1.00 each week for 50 weeks S 50.00
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ARMORY
I' The g .be.rdh dIM ran r.. S 2.00 each week for 50 weeks 1100.00
eatv ,... p>isisial 9toH t- 9 P.M. TILL 1 A.M.
..,., .. ...
nMtaai el wtieffier .
tU In Riv, or tit. I 3.00 each week for 50 weeks 150.00


$ 5X0 each week for, 50 weeks $250X0


PLAN TO HAVEClIRSTW.S $10X0 each week lor 50 weeks $50000


At the Etat Muses across pee yean, kecanranc aO to DINNER r" $ :'j:!

relive anew th* wader and aerolat af the Brat

Oristmu, we would .uIL fit you and pours tit great I Peace On Earth WITH US. ENJOY THE lt I' .

joys of the ..... May youn be a Chnttaas abau 4- f
FINEST: IN GOOD FOOD
big to derpert aptrlttial itwudi and I* the many May aO men W UetaH ty the M sad laslli* p.*e+ hat hi .

bleating ot lane cad. ..:nt. friendship and good *IS. the tow promise el list Sent ChrMmaa. 1ii I cur MX* IN A PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE

Inter* *Wi that fit Day wO V* a .."* and My ere taint CITIZENS BANK

every beast and kom* with lev MIl ...-.*.

Post & Lumber Preserving Co. THE JEFFERSON HOUSE AND TRUST COMPANY


Horona Highway KITTRELL'S RESTAURANT PHONE 6274500 QUINCY Oulncy's Only Insured Bank

Open 'til 3.00 on ChiicUnas Day Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.I .




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of dollar to preserve their acceptability I ly fewer, parent, grandparent,
March of Dimes outside our bordenT sister and brother at Ocala and Veterans'Affairs
r THE Reports DropIn Government official are certainly 262 at Forest Hill.

pondering these problem*. After the Christina pageant
FARM We will get an outline of their which wa at about 11:10 I wa*
F 'Water on the Brain' Deaths thinking in January, when the trying to get good color picture of LTBEBAlJZATm OF NSU
President submits his Economic the final tableau not realizing that FOB DEAFNESS
t FRONTBY Of all birth defects d Report to Congres Perhaps at the "pageant youngster' had not '
one that time we will be able to make yet teen their visitors. When a M. T Dixon, tithe Florida Department
of the most shocking and r q more sense out of the Administra staff member whispered In my ear of Veteran Affair, ctat
DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER dangerous is Jiydrocepha- .. tion' approach, which has been that they'd set the whole thing up ed in an Interview today that for
somewhat puzzling- Although th* and have the girl In costume veteran to qualify for statutory
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE lus.This is an affliction characterized President has indicated his desire again on Monday morning If I'd total disability Insurance benefit
by an enlargedand to avoid an outflow ot dollar, let them go, of course I did and from their National Service Life
he has urged bank not to increase Immediately. i Insurance, based on deafness, they
I noted with a feeling of relief usually misshapenhead the Interest rate they charge on The program in the Chapel al-i were previously required to have
a recent new item that we are retail counter "because that's caused by the pressure g loan He endorse the productivity way affect me greatly The girl suffered total log of hearing In
expected to have a relatively mild where the money 1*." of blocked fluid accumulating guidepost for wage Increases look like -angels in, their whit both ear, Including complete lack
winter in Florida this season. E. II Fallon speaks tram experience. in the infant's but turn his back when choir rube with red staled'and I,of. bone and air conduction.

It seem the high "Jet *tream Its group ha* been /In brain. It i* violated. I get pretty emotional about them This standard has now been
are blowing fairly consistentlyfrom food retailing for the part 20 yean Unless this pressure Is relieved -i The new year may turn out to Sometimes I can't focu my camera liberalized. Complete toe of bone
west to east Instead of and now has US supermarket in severe hydl'Ocephallllcan be the year when we will have to because I can't lee, especially and air conduction, Dlxon says, 1*
dipping to the south. However, as upstate New York. result in death or lifelong cnoose between having our cake if I look long into the face of no longer required within specified
I write this, a big mass of frigid In the December issue of Farm blindness or mental retarda and eating It. Merry Christmas the )lll'l'nll.hl the audience. limit, to hold statutory total
Canadian air i* heading our way Journal he discussed the nibject tion.But and, we hope, 4 Happy New Year' "One must be cbjelt1ve"thl'y: I disability
and temperature are expected to which ha* attracted widespread a great deal of progress say in our work. In looking backIt Veteran previously denied total
drop to the lowest *o far this attention since the Ohio Farm Bureau has been made In combating Social Security 1* not the most objective one disability Insurance benefits for
winter and the National Farmer this disease. The National that I have found most effective. (Mi reason should Immediately
Well, you can't win hem all' Union suggested nich a move. Foundation-March of Dime There I* a middle position that i* contact their local Veteran County
out that the Infant death InformationRecent
points
But whatever cold spells we have But listen to his conctudoni: rate in the UMted State from perhaps best u In most thing. Service Officer, or write him at
from now on, our dins and vegetable : "Farmer-owned marketing organization hydrocephalus i* falling *ubtiantlally. Thank goodness one can be u P. 0. Box 1437, St. Petersburg.
grower are going to get an have found no bonanza in However, an immediate minor changes in the "subjective" M he want to be in
expanded coverage on development the food buidnes! They've learnedthe word of cautlonr this Social Security Act are of major a column, even If 'ti* forbidden In Spotted whip rays at Marine/
when a frost or free threat- tame things we learned in retailing reduction in the death rate i* Importance to many people, Walter a new ryinll land of Florida have been observe
: You've got to buy and not to lay that there 1* any Kehoe, district manager of the At o they told me that ed picking up clams tracking the
ma.In cooperation with station sell competitively; you've got to decrease in the number of Social Security Administration report without many exceptions, when shell in their Jaw, extracting the
WBDO-AF-AM-TV, Orlando, Mln- have highly competent manage babies born each year with *. affect clergymen mother and daughter meet there meat, and ejecting all shell par-
Ute Maid Grove Corp. has arranged i ment and adequate capital\ ; In a hydrocephalus. would like to be coveredby are copious tear of joy. 'I didn'tget Icle*. "
to put on the air alpt'clal'' word, you've got to be a* good a* What i* happening i* that 4r social security. to see that audience while the
"Freeze Profile Analysis" every your competition" many more of them are sur ; Kehoe stated that the term youngster were singing the beautiful
hour on the hour darting at 10pm. viving.In .h rY "clergymen" include ordained, Christina tongs but. I would SEPTIC TANK
on nights when critical temperatures "By getting Into these enterprises this country, the annual commissioned, or licensed minls- have liked to. SERVICEVACUUM
are predicted.The" oops haven't solved all total of Infants now born with tens, priest, rabbis, Christian Parent Day I* twice ft year,
the problems of their member," water on the brain (another Science practitioners, and members though every weekend \/bitingI1me
Information will be derive of defining hydrocephalus for the families of the girl
Fallen 18)11 "They have developed way of religious order who have
ed, charted analyzed and discuss no surefire way of coping with ) li estimated at more not taken a vow ot poverty. i II) the training *chool However']
ed, a* report are radioed. in, *urplu ei. But they have given than 15,000. Of these, 8,000 are Clergymen are covered by the Ocala 1* a long way from many i
from freeze vigil crew stationedin their member a home for their stillborn or die before the age Social Security Law only if they !points in Florida and sometime
grove throughout the citrus product, a voice\ In the market of one month. have filed a valid waiver certificate ,it takes quite a bit of planning In I .
ountte*. place and a share in the profit Appalling at that total Is, --. ... """,- n. .,11I (form 2031) with the Intenral ,order to get there. There i* no II [ i
Designed primarily to serve the "If time farmer Mopped Jydrocepballllaccountl for far HEAD CIRCUMFERENCE of child with wol.r on Ih. brain Is rn.oM Service. Because many I doubt In my mind but that It wa
citrus industry, the report are to being mere producer of a raw fewer infant deaths than occurred arid by Dr. Martin P. Rayon, nouroiurgoon, .t March of Dimes I Revenue minister wanting social security .worth their effort to tee their girt\
be extended to other key frost only a few year ago. Birth Offset Center, Children' Hospital, Columbus Ohio.inite '
warning stations. outside the WDBO product. They'll;; have to hang onto For Instance, the death rate coverage did not file a waiver certificate 10 happy.
it longer, do more to It and, in within the previously required
area whenever necessary. "Freeze during the decade 1953-1962 reform In attitude toward of a fine plastlo tube into the
!
JR. AND GO
ROBERT TAFT,
Profile Analysl will be coordinated some canes, take It all the way to declined by one-third. This birth defect hal been brought brain cavity passage where time limit, the recentamendment CLEANED

with report of the State- the consumer."If small mean that S79 fewer Infant about in quite recent years by the circulating fluid is "dam extended the filing i Rep. Robert Taft, Jr. baa called REPAIRED
Federal Frost Warning Service they can pick up a died from hydrocephalu in potent and constant doses of med" so that it flown away period. The time forsthe I due for a reorganization ot Republican;
and promise to be of value to profit at several steps along the 1962 than in 1953. public education, harmlessly into the bloodstream date of the tax return min party machinery, but said he WIll
Il'Owel'lln all part of the state. way, It can add up to a respect What account for this extraordinary "The second factor li the recent and thus relieves the ister' second taxable year after not interested in the chairmanship. I_627-8403 1 I
able total But more Important, u" and heartening' reduction and substantial Improvement pressure on the optic and other 1962. Kehoe pointed out for minister Taft 'backed a proposal unanlmously ,
There' no reason why farmer can help keep them In buslne in death from a dread in the techniques of nerve. who file tax return for approved by GOP governtrs -
organization rtiouldn't get Into and mysterious condition that 'shunt surgery In this area A specialist in this delicate calendar year, that the time limit In their Denver meeting for Night 627-6866
New Interest In Florida a* an predates recorded history? there are refinements its in moet case on April I
expires
business, according per- of
the food retailing { the formation a policy council
Important cattle producing area Dr. Martin P. Sayen, a widely year. There are fewer comPIr. nJu"a'f,oo Such 15, 1985. Waiver certificate filed
manager National Committee <
to the general which the QUINCYVAULT
biggest CO-,' will bee generated by the recent known authority on hydrocephalus cations such as clogging in the ihunt*. :. by that date are effective with on
the nation' leader and othenwouI4.
of Agway, announcement that the famous and a neurosurgeon shunt tube in the head and in. "Let me lay that contributor the first taxable year after 1961. congressional
operative. King Ranch of Texas hal chosen at the March of Dimes Birth Sections arising from it In to The National Foundation. For detailed Information, cler be repr sented. z CO.
In tact, he'd go all the way by our elate a* the site of it* first Defect Center, Children' general, too we are now ableto March of Dimes deserve the iIII1elIn, the area hould call, ,<| i
Including all the 1ep* of processing Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, attribute operate -earlier these The w4hUr racing IIt'UOIIn VAULTS MONUMENTS
el1 operation In the Southeast. on of the medical pro- 'I write, or visit the Social Security
between farm and the Florida\ Cattlemen magazine report the drop in the mortality babies before the accumulat Gratitude well as that of present District Otte*,- 306 W. Jefferson I Florida got underway Nov. 26
that Big "B" Ranch of rate to two factors. "The hog pressure damages both and future parents, for' i Street, Tallahassee. Auk for a lacing' MAINLINE DRIVE
Belle Glade and King Ranch have Oral he explains, "is that sight and intellect and endangers making possible greatly expanded : of the pamphlet "Social Security QUINCY
NEW YEAR'S EVE 'organized a Joint venture to be fewer parent nowadays attempt the Infant' life. teaching in this field ropy for Clergymen.1' ,,15. __ I
based on 30,000 acre owned by to cover up the birth "Shunt" surgery In hydrocephalui through representative from this office .
Df a defective baby. A def- A
means the insertion Dr.
DANCENATIONAL Big "B" In the Belle Glade area. medlCallChOOll1ranll'1 will be at the Courthouse In
King Ranch founded the Santa Quinsy every Monday from 9:30
Gertrudl breed 01e(>1 cattle a.m. ,to 12 noon to assist personlIn
GUARD The new venture call for King filing a claim or wanting other I
ARMORY Ranch to supply purebred Santa Information concerning modal security
Gertrudl bull and commercial matter

9 P.M. TILL 1 A.M. crossbred heifer that for eventually a Rradlng-willet May your Christmas
up program O
'l,Uiih a purebred Santa Gcrtnjdl ; 'YOUTH ASKS
herd. ? '
*; for a faith and a Challenge ., k bring you air the Joy
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and Good Ex
pUR. 80 Good Example
Mrs. Cooper, planation Known Limits

yid and Conslstsncr .. And
Passes Dec. 17 I I t +l Awe "Loving Listening." your loyal friendship
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Mr. Stella Cooper, 80, of Qutnry :

died at In 3:20:Montioello..Bom lust Thursday. aftemnon '. '" t" 0'f"' ., "', Publications Florida Division Specialist.of t t has brought to us.rWARMESTWISHES.

.' Child Training School
''Ii '
R. I Mammy A ,ta 'Mt Pleasant, Mr
By ... :
Robinson Crusoe, to slonefl anpri* vial:*, housewife and a j' Parent Day at the Florida .
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cutaway, figure In a roundabout member of Die Centenary Memo-I 1 School for Girl at Ocala and n
of u Forest Hill was a beautiful day
fashion in the history dim rcsMcee conductedI ""-"lW'
were this in direct contrast to a
Alexander year
medicine. Cnmoe, actually "
Selkirk, a young Soot, I 3 o'clock Friday afternoon In I '.:( f"'I\II ,' "' .' t miserably cold, windy one last
wa ftIII'\II'd from Juan Fernandei \the Shelter Memorial Chapel with I year. Parent began coming early I
bland early hi the 18th I the Rev. E. Nash Itulnot officialsing '" ; and had warmth and gorgeoustunshlne
Thomas assisted by the Rev. Curtis -1 W l'1; : 1 to bless their "dinner on
jJ
by a Captain ;
century '
Dover. It wa Dover, a *...Uappointed 'Bonner. Burial \10'81 In Mt. Please j "! r"I the ground." 1 think I never saw
who "In I ant Cemetery with the J. B. 1 more happiness in more face than
physician, ." \ North Florida Gas
of *
vented" a new medicine, a Adam Funeral Home In charge f ', '' .. I that day and I caught some of it Company
and arrangement in my camera, tool I j
combination uf opium include her daughter, : f.i f\\. 400 barn '
Ipecac which wa old under 'Survivor _There were about Just.
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Mn, -0. V. McHherwn. Qiilncy; f/ :1"
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the wane of Dover' Powder J. ,j; _'
and to the bent of our knowledge ;grandchildren; and several niece ... .. ... oJ _: '. -
lun sells today." and nephews.| ---------'
The powder had acne value Serving a* pallbearer were PICK A PORTABLE THAT ISTABLE
In curing a variety of ache an I Buford William, Archie a Hub- WHITE HOUSI GETTING THI CHRISTMAS SPiRIT-Llrhte4 evergreen flank the entrance at
pain when wed in moderation, mard, Buster Betts, John Snipe, the North Portico, a wreath I* over the door and even the overhead light I* decorated
hut Dover eubscrtbed to the bee Ed Bull and William Summer- It begins to look like Christina at the White House In Washington

Net that U one grain 1* good, ford, Jr.
two are better In fart, same ofDover' RE
ranged from a AND WHO WOHJIN'TTFalrbank donal value of the U. S. dollar Ian *
: dosage
*, Alaska View essential consideration of national
horrendous 00 to 100 grain The National Outlook I
be
to accom-
Airline try
At a remit, opium which had Alaska policy. Maintaining reasonable
misting, but they received one re- stability In the domestic price
been In urn Ac count!..* centiirie ,
of tiie I quest that may stump them. IraWeisner level also felts In that das.
the
since day By George Hsgednn
fell Ial'll"lyInt operator of a remote have efforts fIthe course of ec- Reconciling these various objective
Sumarlan -
early dlllJlIIIII of Dover' I,trading poet sent this request: IllS ROME: : QIK8TIONS onornlo event Government action will not be easy In 186S. a sitaLar ae

Indiscriminate use of the drug "This I* authorization to advance For most people December I* do have their Impact on the considering the combination ol
one round trip ticket for a blondefemale economy, although not always In problem now developing. The
For the finest I* phrmaey the holiday eraaon. Economist*
very who cook up a turkeyfor the direction intended. British I is and the
can pound shaky
a''\,"", ensue to MAIMEY: are people, too but thl'yare more I -
Dltt'CH on Wet JrflrrwHi M. I myself and some Indian kid likely to think ot the'IU"'IIId a* Thus tlll'\'al8tamade at this time dollar, whirls baa bad it* own
THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD fur Chrislma." the season for prognostication. on a purely economic basis can trouble. I* committed to support .
Mark from adhesivetape at best be ronsinYred first approximation It. We also have the threat ol
HINT will: be removed by rub- I 'J'1II'reI nothing like an Increased Practically all of the forrcaster *, They have to be modified substantial Increase i* labor coati
level ot
with cotton dampened'With Income to make a man, or anticipate that the eranumb by assumption a* to the within this country Shall we v'F
Ulng
''woman, feel like the world ta C activity will be Wither In political action which would betaken make dollar more plentiful to ;
nail polish remover. 'I' 1W4 but that the
11)65 than In
'
getting better. in response to the predicted support domestic business activity _
rate of rise will be annewhat course ot event, and by esti- at a higher cost level? Or

TO WE HAVE slower than It ha hm In recent maUi ot the economic cam quena shall we_hold down on_the_supply: t 4
.
TIME )wets. Since the labor force will es ot such actions. .:a
Devoe Faint continue to grow at least a* fast sit

rinmblai fixture tau been growtnx this implies to It be the realistic process, ton of has forecasting to be based I ls SAVE! : : F
Increase In the unemployment SAVE
some
rornpkte Line of
'I ,
combination ol economic
a analysis
; $
MaterialsAlros rate ,
Rulldlnc
Aluminum RooflncGslTsnlsed Any such rise In unempolyement with political protmosticalion. ON 9 g'9E
This especially difficult at
Roofing k Siding would I certainly provoke a political ?Y.
llouscwsre k GUIs reaction Cungres and the prawn when some large issues, e.wcTV
national and International are INSTALLATIONCOSTS
Carry Asphalt Roofing Abninlslratil1l'fIUld want to "do '
coming to a head. a
Gold Bond Bheetrork mmiHhlng about the problem
and Gypsum Product In fact the Employment Art of Th Employment Act declare !
REMODEL Good* k Firm Supplies 19M declares\ that It is the responsibility the government' commitment to
BUILD Pius Hundred of Other Item of the federal government promoting maximum employment
to be concerned with the production, and purchasing
BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. adequacy of job opportunities power" But It also direct .
IMIfloult rorenut that this be done In way
It NORTH MADISON STRUT QCINCT Just what stops the gnverttnwntl that are comfelent with "other
would take and whether they essential eonskieratloni of national
would be IUt'C IIIfuI, must be a policy. I
matter of speculation at this momrnt. "Iw Qoretl.ae AND
It I* a safe bet however,1 Certainly everyone would agree
Yui21&7 that the mnuure adopted would that preservation ot the Intema-i SAVE
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Rites Rites Held For Last Rites Held I Jackson Heights I PONt MAKE CHRISTMAS Saint James


Held FridayChapel Frank Shartee For Mrs. Recreation NewsBy Lists ActivitiesA

service for Mr HenryKeuer Services for the lute Mr. Frank Funeral services for Timothy Laos CATASTROPHE/ special Christmas services
Shftrlce wan conducted from SI West was conducted ( Tryouts were held Thursday afternoon A will hi' held Friday 11 thru 12 a.
of Sdlsbury, Maryland.
I .. m. The Rev A. R McClockton
1963 Junior
died December 12 al the PensullMr Luke Missionary Baptist, Church: A. M. E. Church for the Boys -
of Salsbury, Maryland, Greensboro .Sunday, December 20 comber 23, J pm Basketball season A total ol 66 will bring the message And Invitation -
Hospital home ) Farmer boys In the 7th and 8th grades who Is extended to the public
He died following and extender 1 p.m. He died al officiating
Illness A native of Quincy, Da, December 18 2 p,m 'rIdaY'1 pawed! at home St. had registered\ and came out for lo attend.
he bad lived In Maryland tevcral A native of Alabama he and hit munity Friday : tryoula were placed on one of our Weekly prayer service will be
family moved to (jadiidi County 45 a. m, following an four Junior teams.Registration held Thursday, commencing 6 p,
year several where they have new A native of 8. ( has been dosed m. Rev. O. M Bridge, minister
Chaprl rites for the deceasedat year ago for the season due to the limited In charge Member
ed
with other are urged to
resided and employed by a
conducted from Slmms-Jack wes several number of teams and facilities DQ -ittendSupt.
IOn Chapel 1 pm Friday December local grower Shortly after St. Lullt'Mlaalonal' moving worked family for several years) Teams are Massey Drugs Coy1 Sam Love Jr.,
he
lo Florida joined InIIOWIl'e'th.t
Nealy
18 Rev. Doresy .
I
otes. Coaches Randolph MCMdIIan
local ;
minister In charge. )! Baptist Church wherehe concern.The Curtis fields and Richard, Sunday School will commence
attended regularity and discharged deceased joined ::43 atm. All teacher and pupils
The survivors are: Mrs. Estclle M. E. Church and Bell; players: Charles Williams
ire urged to
: attend and
his duty reporton
Startle and MM. Margaret Bring duties as a Christian Harold L. Gaymon, time.
ler, both of Miami and Mrt Cora The funeral services was well The euolgy was pl'l! hams Robert Brady, Jr., Johll/ll\\
Lee Grlr of Mt. Pleasent. Inter attended by members of the short program, with Huntley, Roscoe Fain, Ivol' o The morning worship service will
held In the Springfield church In the area and friends of Darrel Farmer Henry Johnson commence at 11 am. The Rev
ment was
Cemetery, Slmm-Jack )'uner.al the family, The minister In charge pearing.Those surviving are: J. L. Gaymon II, Archie Allbritton -: A. R. McGlockton: pastor !in
Home In charge. spoke briefly after a short program 'hell West, husband Vonnle L Croonu and )'01'. charge
which preceded the eulogy la K. Madrid of rest Lee Dudley. Stewardess Board 2 will meet
The survivors are: Mri Floewee Alice M. Gregory, C Morrow Cleaners Bulldogs the fourth Sunday at the Tiny Tot
Watch Night At Shortee, wife, Mrs. Daisy !Mrs Stilted Ward Coaches Eddie L. Aklns and Odes- Nursery. 3 p.m. The regular
Huey, Mil Sylvia Marshall alt- Clwnla West city let Carter Players: Terry Kennedy Christmas dinner will be given at
Mount Zion ten 01 Montgomery, and Jackson- Freddie L. of Willie Reeves, Seats Wilson this time gift will be eliminated
rile. Cash of Lufala. Ala., and Jr., Earnest Smith James .
Watch Night service will be observed Harry Shartee of Jacksonvillebrolheri of Tampa| and Mr.. Henry Walker, Edward Robinson i Stewardess Board Two will present
Qulncy sons of
Thursday evening, December Mm Lenora Wllllami of West, Edward Aklns Attaway Hollo- a special Christmas program
n. Prayer and long services' Abbeville' All, MIM Millie. Shar-1 West Mrs Mandy and Mrs Annie man Earl Curry, Reginald C Sunday; commencing 6pm. The
at
will preceded the tint III'rmon'l tee, City and Miss Daisy Sha.1I. taughter-In-laws.' James Jimmy 'Thomas Montgomery public 1* Invited.
be delivered Frank Wills and House and Willie Johnson. I
which will ee, daughters Madrid, Watch Meeting service \111be
m. Rev. Timothy Ganloui will brlog Fredrkk f Sharelt aoni. Calop son-In.laws. Is Randy food Wore DragonsCoaches ,1' : PON'T UGE A PRIE1>-oIIr mY... CN6tK ;; held. Thursday December 31,
the message. Interment was held In the Community In Nathaniel Washingtonand commencing 8 p.m. Love Feast
The second service will follow Cemetery, Greensboro.SimmaJackson Cemetery Interment. Betsey was )' Samuel Hutley ,' PECORATIV t./6rs FOR SNORT AND Services wilt also be held. The

the Immediately first following following a the brief dOle into of- Funeral Home In charge Jack David G.Gee Klmble Carlas, Gerald L. Playe..I' A'IEP W/R&$...KEEP &FT W In charge the .
mlMlon The public I. invited to Jack L. Wiggins, AWAY FROM Nor 8Ut8 AND F1RGP.ACE1IIfIUaANCilINPOu.nON
attend. Sunday morning, SundayS Arnette \ son. Willie So th. William Henry I UnemployedMay
<-hool will commence with SuptJeinc C-P Lions Whip Culver, Sandy trends, Freddie
King In charge The mar Lists Wllllami, Leslie C. Samuel I Ilur- DI.TITIITa 17BTEC Get Help
log worship service will begin at Northside FiveThe :- schel L. Robinson Jr., and Alvin

11 am. Rev. Jeremiah Gee, palo Holloman .
I Superintendents Double Cola Co. Bear Cat A vocational education programat
tor In charge.worship will comment Northside High Gladiators and Powell E. her Coaches, John Hulley and Donald Florida AiM University under
Evening of Havana were knocked from the Robert People c O o the Federal Manpower Develop
Tuesday evening 8:;JOpm. nounce that Sunday Graham. Players:
1:30: pm of undi.rfcated on last Sat Bruce meat and Training Act for W
Junior choir rehearsal will clan commence 1:30: a.m. Charles Lotkwood
be held. The senior choir will\ reheamal -I urady evening their, before a jam pupil. are asked to Warner. Qulncy .Ford Earnest [hard-core unemployed was announced
8 All member are packed gymnasium.: their respective Rory, Oliver T. Hale Jr., !Marvin today by Dr. George W.
at attendAmerican p.m.. Carter.Parramore and North. The morning Farmer Leroy Fudge, Wallace CHRISTMAS Gore, Jr.. president of the university .
urged to side High had their followers Jackson Claude Kelly Jr., Roy .
which is composed of fans students will begin 11 am.' Williams Kastcll Francis and oNE ftiR 1f\ W'tJfY+ ; ,According lo Dr. Gore, the university \
Legion; Post grads and supports In 11'n-: Hunter pastor In ( Joseph Brld haw. has received the Initial
TREE
217 To Meet Sunday era). The gymn was well packed Campbtll be assisted The by Junior PEE WEE BAAAETBAI.LTryouts .J\rJ\ : tURVEDSTUIoIPSCAli authorization from the Office of
American Legion Port JIT will shortly before the Springfield usher board will were also held Thursday 1 BE SHAPED WITH A Manpower, Automation and Tram-
meet Sunday Doc. 27 at the Lesion Northnlde Pe We game was concluded services Mr. W. B. will afternoon for the 1985 PeeWee i SAW; AND HATCHET ing of the U. S. Department of

Home at 4:30: p.m. All men -' Springfield Rams nearly organ. the Basketball season. A total fIl .... 0 o ...........fiUO Labor --
Pee Wee by 9th and 6th grades SHAPE fOR 1tI& SNOW
ben are asked lobe present upset the Gladiators 36 boy. In the (\
post 217 label every one I Merry the slim one pointer 26-27 In a last Rev. Hunter will who had registered! and came out TREE _
Christmas minute surge The Junior varsity the morning and for tryouti wen placed on one of WITH I I'I y TIE BRAHCHIS II
team entered the contest with a Watch' night Be- four Pee Wee teams kj 8ARE SPOtSO -
choice by several points.Captlan I II mence 10 thru 12 Any boy falling to register and SNIPS -I BnoESis
Alfred "Car-Go" John-' Ing December 31. wanting! to play In the Pee WeeBasketball

I son lead the senior team scoring! I II extended to the program must sign t _..... ...... t1
29 points The C-P. team lead ; up and will be given: further Instructions 4! mE 11 (,ft READY
In the contest for assignment to team. I
I during all quarters well balanced In All-Negro to TEAMS SHIM STAND FOR LAST MINUTE : n.. STtMPS SHOOl 'at ffapPgv

,The height teams, several are being over six [In 'Rose r : I : r.1 Texaco Gasoline Badgers: Freddy 8AlJNCIjG-ANCHOROOWUITM i b WET-If STANO ""NO
I coached well. James | McGee, coach. Players: Rodney wflo1T5-AfrteTREEtSTRIMMED WATEIITRAY WRAP IN '
feet Hid L. Davla, HIDE IAS IN SOME WET CLOTII AND) PI.AST1C'AND
with 18. John Thomas 16, C Betsey, Henry Holldaq

I Davis James Anderson and Waller Moody The Mississippi ; Jimmy Davis, Arthur Charlie L. Irisnn.Jackson ..................... roII1to GI W''
with 10 each Ills Bena, Miss, 133 Clarence Gtraile ,, .
trailed "
1 Tribue with 20 points, will appear In the David T Jonei Richard A. a MAHNERlt Warm wulics and smcercthanks !
Emmltt Robert Smithwith January 1 at P of McCray Lonnie Pete, Ronald Wat KEEP TREE ham/ STRING THE LIGHTS FROM T0oowNiNziszttwrTERN' I
and Karl Murry.U respectfully, helped nla son and Wesley Wiggins! FIREPLACE, to our loyal friend and
18 and down the Mayhaw This will be the Moreland Cleaners Trojans: AU. TURN ON UGHTS- L Na I

KBTlK-S.! The Junior elsa **. and all-Negro ColI<' Bent"y Coach, James Jone j patron
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Merry Christmas to all our Card of Thanks IINVII artraotinrvPresident 3 M' Bent"i Terry ham, Rudolph L. Cmoms Jackson, (, harms THE OLD HOME TOWNa ..-h+ By STANLEY : Avon, Products

friends, with .a special not of I The family of the isle Mrs.Laura !of thenculty ::! i \ Jermott Mogen Bernard Jr., Vernon L Powell Love Rube Joe AmP TrsrV NO.NOT VET, Mr*. Authla Zeigler
Caldwell wishes to thank and friends are to 1 REALLY to TMEV WEeffI6MTIMSHC
thanks for letting us serve you. Nathan Sinclair and AlbertYoung.
"
rard. FI
friends for food, late In their all out FIWT/NG7
Ihelr many 't':0
calls and home ing the ; : : WOULDN'T ear UP, \
flowers. telephone necessary Foodllner Steen: ,
1GA L
FalTrYAk
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Powell's especially portation and -
BeautyParlor .1
and IIIOIIt .
i visits AME I Coach, Henry Robinson; p t / /
Chapel The with
hers of Amt'lte College I Jackson, :
and Eddie L. .rarUn James t ./ r
the illness called on and '' ,, 1
J I Church, during Eddie Jones Jr. Joll C Jonea.
their pndmotbt'r for the trip.
our LH -
H.
William
Mr*. Thtlma Powell 1 Mr.passing. Laura Watklns your kind.. You have a ,.... Jr.Calvin Robert Linear E. Reeves, Waller ..i51'11IOII'
be forgotten.The front center '! at j
nesses will never row Robert Jr., Barry Sapp Donald : Cc, o
Watkins Family to view the parade. Wllllama and John W. Night Jr. cr f
Ippl band Is one of ; Andersen Barber Shop Magl-
I'roI1rra.100111 be faster It people land. Adams,
: onexeuse.JOEL .. oians: Players, David
could go forward :Michael Adams, Michael Bryant r'1
Wesley 'Jerome Cox, Vernon
Wilfort Kennedy Farmera'l HllM
Passes Jerome Pete Roy a Greeting to all our
Richar tarn, Ronald
\ and Eddie Lee lavlor.MS.N8 I II valued customers. llere'swishing

:1- II Greensboro Friends of ., at of I The Men BASKETBALL Recreation Basketball you a happy Yuletide,

4 I r hhh occured; 7tt t : League is scheduled to open filled. with good cheer and
J County Hospital : [December 30.
... II p.m., December 17 of The league will have four team warm friendship.
A native of playing a twelve game schedule
moved to past on: Wednesday night at the CarterParramor
I years ago, HeG .n I i her High School Gymnasium. sTMa.tfnilwARMuPPERIODn. SELMO BRADLEY'S

Christmas greetings for en* and well known business of rr/w'r ..
Ihw t real bl"1rlnl&.r of a retained his r.rww Construction! Co. &
ill, with a sincere thank you field Missionary Dorms To Open ------
YuletMe! Thai our wish to Die kson, Ga. Funeral the There eventually comes tune Sinclair Service Station I
for loyal and friendlypatronage. at Antioch Church
your Incomplete press
each and every on. of our ,be announced from M On January 3 when anybody gets tired of work.

Funeral Home Lists ActivitiesMonday I
trlendit ,Ion I Following the first trimester's' Wise people know how to save
Ills sur\Ivors '
M. Harris, wife, \ 1 )! end December 18. and the Christmas evening at 7 pm. the time by not being in a hurry
Blue Moon Grill Beulah Morgan brother Johnny, In- holiday vacation December Srmor Missionary Society will
dormitories will be
by L. Harris sons Paul IWanuary 3. stage its annual Christmas dinnerA .
Jomta Smith, Sr. GroceryMsy M Brown, Mn opened at Florida MM University full course turkey dinner and
I Mrs. Nora L \!. for the beginning of the,, all the trimmings will be servedto ----ii
Nary L., Sarah W., second trimester Sunday. January member and guests The affair .
J, Edwin M. Thorpe, director'
'rls and Mil will be held In the churchbasement il
and records stated CJII-.
water of Camilla G. of admission and will also feature the

the Joy and peace of the in bimmsjaikson charge )"uM today.The holiday end officially for, gift Identity exchange.of the secret sister and ry

Christmas spirit ever be yours, the FAMU family on Monday.January Superintendent Parthell Galney
NOEL Mankind Is 4. at I a.m. when admission announce that Sunday School will
and may yw have a very classes the I : examinations lot the new be held at 9:30 a.m. All teachersand ,

$ happy and blessed (]!riltma.cMet'tfJ givers the pa- student will begin.Hospital The pupil senior are choir asked will to motor attend to MERRY CHRISTMAS

aIL Report St. Hebron where they will\ appearon
Otti4tJw program at the union services. It'* Christmas, present allover
-'- '- AdmissionsDec. 15 Dec. Jl: Prayer meeting Tuesday at A special thank you at Christmastime
',re \ \l Louise Smith. Kali' Lee Allen,. 7 pm. we'd like to thank you all Mends
to our loyal
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AM.E. CHURCH \3retna Willie. Mae Smith. Cal-
JAMES ;
uA. \ball Richardson. GOUK''UT AND BIM>CM (roe the year-round' present of
.
Ronnie
Pastor vary, Ga: and patrons.Andersons
Rtv. A. R. McGlockton of Bobbie Mae Robinson. Havana.Mantfe i In a speech fur the Business your patronage.Foirley's.
the : Louis Simmons. Blounls- Council computed of some of
the nation mort Important executives
to ibe town: Wesley Harrt. Agnes Dm- BarberShop
net ten Houston. Fran<;ra Preston.' President Johnon said CleanersJohn
*: Lou Bell Jrtmwn. France Fore both the government and busine W. Toiler Prop. and Cafe
be- hand Jeanette WaldrnIt'nry MalCray. must "operal In partnership not
order to maintain
Linda Joyce Manuel. Sharon as antagonist In '
)
Mob-, a healthy, prosperous economy
Vanester
Keaton.
A Ik
Chrtstma earol to hup a Brown *
Our own
Jenkins. Erml Rtohardwn He also said the goenrmeet's
e Icy, Aaron
I all our friend: Thank you for and your family all : team, and Jeanette Smith all I role is to crest.a climate 5 1/x// ,
airi.tnnaatime.THE by of David Plrtwr"ld":conduclv to prosperity.In
Quincy
t \I / your continued patl\huge! Merry ..I may: Emma Lee Gnffln. Baavbrtdze Pi- !deny

sl Christmas. 400 In-...[Ikvfntl.BIRTHS.. .Ga. and Etouis Brown. l40

.. 122 South key Christmas\
Sam N. and Maggie
TINY TOTS NURSERYMr. alf oV i : Oarenc
Ut Us see Loiis Sunnwna. boy. f>c. I'; F
Look Your I and Emma Lr GnlBn I I A lantern with .
and Mr.. WUU Plttman the Pmla. .ap programs Willie Fran glow GirMma
the next snakn. era gt- boy. Dec. 1 L .... y and
1 Joy green disperse
v p.
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GOOD NCTS FOE sAW MEM the seen d QirMma cheer
Samuel
|Ayer Lo* of Angeles M University of Southern { ,\ t* wWt you: Merry 1'1JIt.QUINCY .
a q CftUfomU h .s perfected a Ya
medial to trmnsplant sections *l tilt true sflrt of this Joyous \\

w* extend our wumeat hairy scalp to bald palWalS whet seam w. thank yon kr JIUIo'aI
Season Greetings on \this day grew hair liar U sewn Tuwpatrhea .
greetings and wish you .t N of scalp holding 19 to 11 Wit patronsj* Happy .boblay. -

ol pear and good wishes are transptantrd to the bald .rea.Th CHOIR UNION ONE
AIofl1 yours a joyou and mem- _, number' al (raft* CM run a.
among the gargle> t the world
Cnrbtni.a.I t' from 20 M more than 500. EVA'S BEAUTY Emory doom. Sr. Pit*.
"
,, Sn fish \have been observed PARLOR Mr*. E tH Hoflomon. Reporter
I mnreminc up dIr drnii. rays IN
Mrs des s'epler., o.xot'Mra.
BETSEY'S FUNERAL HOME Siuv1MS-JACKSON FUNERAL HOME I. Gray Miami Scimmt bMouarluni. IWMVW'I Cap have Bill Dons LJuo>., Operator Mr*. Grace Cunningham Scr4arf

v ,cart earned tt* rsuua why. ,
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SADSDENCOWTTY TIMES _CT. FlflRIDA THURSDAY DECEMBER: J4 19,.


Fiat piLlirsllon II".eI Dor 't ; "
tin l:4. II, .I.1.1' ;. III1AKDSKK I''
t Your
1- Slightly Used : ANTI I.INIM Cat's Grooming tt. t .
I CLASSIFIED ADS Mt<,rn*)'. for Kseriu....
Spinet Piano miln \'. Fl 'rld. I "' 'J\ ..
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1\ i"i"'MR l' T-l'Ol'nT-.1 OF.1I

I I TUB DRTONP Jl'PU'I \l ,'lit
at Bargain PriceMason I TIT. IN AND FOR Il.ll'"I ll'N
I i cur'NTT, FI/WinA.<< IS: U4AN .

I al I'ONALD KRV'. R. HICK a: t
11' *
lORiRENI WELL DRILLING Music f'1.intlfti'KOOT ;

A. HICKl f
I ,
rlurina a Complete
FOB RBNTi One turn bedroom I COMPANY Drt..I lint
bome for 14190. on. two tied Lin of Dtmlag Pumpi tor ORDER FOR (COSHTlll IIVI
room borne for ItIO Per month Horn M Irrigatioa. U Kant Waehlngto SU SERVICE ,

vim oitthed Mk fiuore. tut 0.... Moiw, TBH "<"di Frt TO: Featr A Hick .. :

.bath rn eonvenlenp end kltohoa T and B ell clot mod, h. TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE to I p-m. AS Day Sak I IM iwreneeburt Cheetnui, .Av T-III" ., .=w f' y

Oretniboro, ri., rkon HI I CO. PH. Ml ,..'os. MA T40I1 Toil ..* her.ty "I.I"Ili. t '' it a'- )'"
.
tin or HI 1.1311.FOR I Cnniiilalnt for I>U,? "IIe I :
filed aaahilt you lit II", >t> >e 1 r
------ 1121 South Monro tt ,emitted rourt. ant y,,,,I Are required
TalUhan Florida122HOT in servo a r"n ,' yeiranewer
Well DrillingCALL nr oth.r plead >' t0 the .#"" b'0 '
101
1 J.'omplsino ti the Main: ra attorney .-
RENT Tracy U Riddle' )I.f het y
r"
w ..hlnatcinrtt\, VIII',, y >r*
Ha and file Ih, Mlf'l" ,r sell ...,
r HENTZ RICHARDS I.n.w.r Ihs l.f/ir5
: .tlrdll :
Motor t Bedroom anfnraWwd rf Ih, c- t.>vo I curt
FRIGIDAIRE 1 1I 627-6810 nn ft' before D'f Hid. day or r
Apartment Lorilrd If 'January. A R 1''",'>. ..r a decree __

Duplex' .! Til W. *a_hlnEton.ftllhla I I Ga. Fla. .11" nfraao youIIIINE will bf ,tnterodaatnat

] walking dlnlam atthopt ANTI onnrnTt at
Qnln riadadn C.Ilnl. rIda!
School and church Well Drillingand the..I i : .'I'in day of Po..m"*i A 1)Vi I II. ,

!
Can 127-7111, during bunlne PUMP REPAIRDec. i',twin I Rarer .s
"" I.I" ik of Clrenlt Courtciijaden vw iMht e
bowl, or 1274214, after I p-ro. SERVICE 3. 10, 17, 241 County. 1'1", Ida Even though eats are one of tha cleanest animal and groom
Hi Om V Ihlhe eo Uiemielvea with their tongue, they Kill require daily branding r +asNr F

I II\\;i:'\ne I.> for Hldill.I ,alntlffguln and combing. Fi minutes grooming each day will Insure" a

3S1Alti v', Florid' handsome coat prevent ihedJIng I and help prevent hair I alNkl
Stewart Young's mmmrmHClTlrlll t for 14. II, Jan t. ,II 40 looa* hair ia not removed!, the rat will i.alfow it and form hair I 5 1i
-- w{
ballt in the stomach and dliteiUv tract

Wife Preservers Begin grooming your cat when h* It a kitten and Its wilt!>.eam.

f accuetonied 1o the daily routine Piece th. rat on lap It
your or 44
i 11 _. _.
cnrniToiuiFIXIHIUA fI
msfAa TO ITATI ftit I you find It easier plar. him on a UW or floor .where h*ran reeve --- -- -

around at ha ia bruahe.1. tint brush against the grain of hi.
In the t..nrt f( the County
JUST TAKING A WALK- 'A etirtoui crowd' a* circus
fur to catch gathiri
Judge, OaJ.d.n liunty, Florida 1 loose hair. There 11'1101I11 cuts with "aenaitiv aklnt"who
--- LEON I, 1'roball.iiI.. III : find bruihlnic I araintt the gram of the fur highly irritating. animal trainer Matter Capaahny and his wife, MArtlaa, tale
TORRENT- -- --- Clean .. bedroom In re Ratal* olLA The experts at th.1 urine Petlar* ('*nter auggr.t that. If your Uielr tiger, Typhoon for a stroll In Tbillal. USSR.TM .

kouee and trail.r. Ideal, (or eoupi. MOBILE HOMES \VBON IIIA l'I twreaied cat it one of thee you brush with the Irl'lllonly.. Then brush
I
..!.. at_Homo Tratlai Park U I ITo All CrMltora and fereune downward In short strokes until all looaa hair ia removed from

Sal** Scrvlc* llavlni Unix or Demands the txHjy
I Aialnat laid ,,;.1.'.. Sometime a r.rtlan'a coat forma tight little nests doss to the
1 .
New Moos '.,I.tt.. You notified and sack and of required you ar t.*hereby proi.nl skin and the liar looks lumpy sod uneven. Thua mata ran rt

FOR RENT Cirdner Coneor. Stewart.Mlc any la4ma and demands caught la the grooming tomb and pull quit painfully. Try to r

clean Uiad TrUra which you, or either oC you, may bra the mat apart with your finger and the comb, It thi*doe.n't
II hare aialnat lbs estate of LAW-' UM 0 sU'plmtlt tbdwa a aS*. work talc, email pointed aclmor and cut the mat from MO T HtMNHVf LAO all
Wid. nut to
I and 10 t HUN M, MAT, .......... lat. or w..Mn1 tsudh ln.le.d .1 sell.. Ih. akin outward being careful not to cut the akin I.' fJOOOt M M LONDON,f NttMAr
Office ...Id County, t. the County Jades +t4 uoo aoMut ruT cv iANO
SpaceAir W trede lot funlrur *t I H hi and b Glee who Ire groomd daily I sod< who
,of Oedaden County Florida, at atraaaf *"niopa1 *> sti fed a well-balanced WAA eQ P W A SAT] cW
anything of vlu. his office I* the court kouae ofI lion,,. bola.,wtwhlos. diet an a.ldom bothered by hilt ball U the problem occurs, ,4 NQN1 ra MCI I7
I aald County at Qulacy, Florida, twleuityou,Veterinarian. .i
Conditioned W. KIT tOOL SEAL I(within alt calendar month from A well groomed oat ia a harry pet.
the time 01 the first puhtteutle.
WILCO BUILDING U. 8. tt Vi mil wt *l of thla nolle Two copies of TTY
earn claim or demand shall pa iswriting
Tdqula Inn.Tallahaia ,I and shall atata the .

Utilities FurnishedWill I IpISC5 of '.1IIdan. and poet attire T ,.
**, Florida .ddr.ss 01 the elalmant and shall WAIHINOION AN '
Alter to Suit be.id swore to by the claimant hla helASkidNtanI.r
W... T.... ..
1211
oa.nt, attorney asd aucompan m.a t',5 "
Your Needs I by : ruing roe of one dollar : 'SMAILJ 'QUSIN'SS-SU
Phone 122-ISIt and such cl.lm 0' demand tot .0 .
,tiled shall ba void More Than On* Cat / '"As
APPLY WILSON'Stf The gulnry Rut Bank 'h'C. W.tUOJf1t4'Utt I
Donald F. May If yon already own a rat or I
,s Aa eieeutore vf the lest Will kitten, you might well want om 1 I rrs
Plumbing rururea electrical and T'.tam.nt of "**..n H. non}'b.fintfewdtyiwhn till Nnto th* tact that nearly (.11&.. lyar ml fend rat ape k

I I Supplier .Pip end rittlngt Pint May. publication d.rm.d. December .. two rat ar* Rotting acquaint everybody feeli quallled to run a peer t* "...14. ehal....,.. le I J'' .-: _

uieJI Watt H....,., This Board Into boo I, I* IT U 't might take a hit of patienr 01 newipaper U the fact that moat In* 411. Whether .r Ml peopleeuffprlng
ltl"1 JJ HAItDNICn AND LItKdlAtleroor. : your part, but the two should peopl. consider th.m..lvuOI from a high phellerel **- 6ioopA) ..
Gas and OU Heater for Kiaculorath nun b* getting along happily to exports on tdvertlilnf. And level In the blood gained

Mt.ECMAV WANTED Are you I I N""WN 01" IIA.IC gcthrr. They wilt: observe earl now U would appear that bureacrati that rendition hers... ol ,...Ir IVRIKII 1

Innklni for food part-time or TO WHOM 'T 61AT t..Nl'ItRNI other and b* Influenced by thiother' are deciding that they dietary. bablta, or whether Mwa .

full-time Income .In l'h..hno'l ROCCOI Toe are h..b nOlUI.d that pcraonality. At a mull ahnuld also be iprti In th* record ky .."'. ....'....atcondllloa
tV, ( 'd lvo
this or ., u.
Many Raw lelah Dolrr. earn I I mil Ford followingmotor. I Kood Cudom v hlil....I.. each become a noon Intrmtlnipet. field of medicine. la a aell.. *.,lleaabjpol
$000 and liP ".. hour ".. I' C No. LIAQI47IK: wIll b. aollt at I* debate However, 1
Thrash' 1411 N, Blvd., iAlli.hiiijII. & SUPPLY CO. publlo sale at II,00 o'otork on th. 1'h. Purina Pet Car Cental .u..II, maay ......., tad many ,*. TOueYl at.
nos or writ. Rawlelwh' I U day of liaramh.r. III. at J. experts offer a tn hints on introduclng tari llenlt, bars band thai regard-
Memphis. T.nn 41 YEARS OF SERVICET
.
Dee I7 Fob W Watnona riorlda Barvlc Utatlon your cat* It I. bed U Drat Admln- I..1 bow Ih. condition wet

I i' Thla Are gulnry The ,proorad of th* auto will rrracnt a kitten to an older tat btraUn aka4 treated, a low' rhatoaler list. LOWfST...

PHONE 222.I53T 'be applltd te the paymant of the If the newcomer II a ** vralkaadred I* __"".... Iota CMgAftar LANU *AU IttOQOtO Nna
W"STEP8ErIlEAR. coat of rataklnt mooring and ..I. panntsl see
elder eat wma..um.
1110 8. Hionro Street a car TVI UKMAM Of AlAMA W THt U* MWHTH !1f
BOOKH1EPLBWllh" ; I I TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA eat of said of! publication motor vablrla at nolle and. Ih at* role and "tak thanr." Whathei M *f WuvdV Obvluuily, tf many Klori fcawnno aa ioot n4 TMoirrwTHg ?554

Seine rxprrtNHWrlle ... ,,, ala and than to the aatlafactloa th. newcomer II a kitten or a matura del Wheel kaKanaaa and their patients tubtcrlb* to RU/4>IAN* KM t CIMTf AN ACKg/
of the bulars due .odor Iho un.' cat, b* aura all clawi art ('111.Ohvlea.ly sums of the belmfi concerning
Box "B" Stating .-1 tract with limos Howned.Got clipped before yea latrodnelthem. this matter, It U a .....Ir. to ml DOLLARS. ..
Expected: "-I.". c/o W. J.ff.raon it. Qulnry, Florida If torn ipfttlng and fu *> Ik. National' them to hove described on lou PUT IN us,BJIVIH* BJOKX M TOrVIUM

flUmi>EN 'Ornv: TIMES ,(motor ostorm nt vahlola.the financing Any surplus of Mid will ing atari, don a leavt the cats Blxmlt CamC- W. H...... pcklng Ns cholesterol ton VtMl NlaONAk* aaWRItV eirONCIAl roof MCWtrTy-Ar4p VCUIccuuirv

HOMESXlnQlberry I"* paid to you and you. will ra> alone tonthtr. Abova all, b* Im play do** act gaily a* either tent of the product. I

main. liable for any balanra r*> p.nt.11O thtr will b* no RUM .email or...1'.........b......., i05

WANTED: I HAI-PHMFN For malnlnc. unpaid iindar Mil eon- tor jealousy ..I regardleae el Oil* rot Tel, .,.....11, with a.
wall *itabllihd Inaurani debit traotAanOCtATFI TI1$000NTCORPORATION Most rat la the urns hoai a petaclple I* "..'YI' ker*. ,..Im. at all, and ippareallykeraiw tell A./

rr.ftr married.. man Ouar eta .tto nl..d. f hold ultimately beaom friend ambdy In FIIA dieagroM wttIi t r
)1u.1 ha ood nr # } bJ1Illctit'sMlaa0i[
atartlnir salary (SnlBct or eailr I BTi Johnny Neal la very very rare....,the eats The tlenre wit mid be- with medical bellela. rilarding j... Y !

F Kflman "'.U 6. III III N. Monro, PI*RUTallahaaa.a It I II prey JvorspatllJ thla hap- douse lest May the FDA made vkolealoral, UM kurudle r 1

t patio, you nest a-w* ap the idea ID arbitrary ruling pititiiba- B regvllla makingarklhlU

;1 tk i I NOTICE: tt awning mora than oaa tat log the tie* of certain rer.,. ...* a* revved abova
The Oama and *>**k Watar .
FOR SALE I Contrary to popular Imp.... ,
500
..1.11 CommlMlon at tha dial of encei to choleilerol content In
Greenwoodand 'Florida, ...d.. and by virtue of llon.catj, and don getalongv.rywoOtog.thar.AgalabO the picking or promotion of ThI.lul.nlftrant I by itself but

I ha power and authority grantedundo *prepared food items The breakfast fund ll even mor. to when timtldered k kk4 ,
I0. of Article IV of ';
lootlon for an Initial period adjutt
of the mala In question hid on lie piektgt ll what might t.k. place ?.-
of tha Conitltutlon
FOR SALE of Florida ai amended and raitflad ment and always fed than lOpe the Information that ".. much If through Medicare. or ether _
ar.tel
Sunset Acres by the .01... of Florid onVe ,. choleelerul preaentt t problem programs, the government In.
2 Bedroom Home I: ..mb.r I. 1141, and Rules OnoIRegutetlons If you think roar eat U a d*. which cm be Deviated by I Irudet In the predict of medicine
Comml..lon.1.len. llghtful
01 110. anVtlonata
peti chesssod
well balanced diet not _I.1n- ,
421 Koamond. Keaonbl) CLARK PLEMMONS t* eatabllah a. wildlife wU-nannrd-thlnk tf how r
of animal t.... 5.
... area for an Indefinite big an eicen
Frtowl. Stoat ft II Borauw elTrtMlrrl .Pate MALE T4SI1Carrful ported of time the followingdMrrlbed happy roar.horn will b* wllk Wall h4ef.deM b.eteesspr.prleten +
(all stir t 10 omnr i area IfLlbarty an* aaotbar.urnrsT. lYjf
Seesaw this re. *ealrry I* voting threaih IkeNillwal
Mwlmid IJ7J47I/ U Oaded.n ently. eotabllehod Conches by Florida emergency pra- Ih* FDA ruling ".blbill., Ute F.drraU.e .( lad.. f

Order a** tH weeds sad phrase ...... pde II........ reeialalmllya .
-- -- -- -I Thoee ..".. eltnated In a* "..,.lynoaalaraUd.*. ".." .a. rakatag par'ol IM

FOR BALE r.o ''. I south. Rants a., Ia *klterl." *r mask ymirdocUr. for .Medicare ae ..***.4 11-o
and Town..hi
I, and f
_.... Ute I tkl ether _
,
1 t Caulk Itana. and I Uw FDA eoaftacaUdIk *
romatlnrml
Air
Bxdronm. East and pooled aa a Wildlife Bierrkandla eldertlle*. If gvrmnl rnldget
dou.. low Dmi Payment Menaaement A.... T" b* bit* Ih* ,rirllr* *f ....... .1

Low Monthly raymrnl IIaanring 'iz! known. ..Manat.ment the T.lorla CreakWildlife Area Thlt qtteatlon of chtorerterolI elM, vellly e 5i.. ......- .,w

Already Arranged. Not"Ire la hereby (Iren that tha I tile tubect) of much reeetrch crate with a* mar *aalin *-
Norman McMillan, lOll Mag- Fs" t'emmLaioa will hold t puhlle I and dlicunlon n the medical ..*.. thee b*,tai had Uw rlgkl t

unlit Drhr U hearlnc en th* llth let fir Janarr prufttakm. It II 'p ...nU, political iwemw'UINM I* get *B*
.. A. n IMI at Tallahe...*. choler elated, would a* telling lea tfWaahUigton
proved that too much 117.I MIWON TO COtOMIIA-Tb EHport-Iaipert.
Florida *t I a* A M e'rle'k. retro
FOR BALK .. Crick Veneer, I.searold at' ; w c .11 On *atabllahln. She above tarot In Ih* blood stream will lore clot /hey rae and caaat D.c.: algae an Alllanaa. for Prugrea IndII of

house, I bedrooma. H.rth4 argil *e a wildlife man- Clue heart troubl. 4* la treating Ilia..*. 117.1 mlllloa U Calomhla for Ills purehaa of United Slats
balhl Large Kltrhea-Dlnln: I / ...", ont ere r...nna I.'....'*.. ,_" P.5500 0 ,eSOs...1t',..
Room Combined, Hallo, Utility woo nnpar In narao *r by forolutiei y .leetrtc.I.III..ttn' equipment for I"power plant Harold]
Room, Carport Paved Prlveway nr MltoIn. r Under (right) tank ,........ and ahalrman and Colom-
RIO central boat l."). I A. T>. Aldrich "tree S,elam .
bum Amb* aaxJor Dr. Cduaida Urlb aIlIln tats .
IM N Stewart HI. Qulney Telephone :: .n4 Crush 11'.,.. Fl.hPwmmto.iw. Mort Living Span Start With ar* | put.'c'
MAIa 7I74i.FOR It t I ,' ,_ .. "

-1...,;o-V"--. r A Do-It.Yourself Ceilinggiaeefe..llle'el.atlen. }V., 'HUfOf H" AH" '
"'..0"0" IIT'Tt'T" I
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J.1
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tn th* Cnnrt wt'he mot*
*1 .Tnd** fl.""' ..*. Cnnnty. Florida, ru.M. L "BJrS.lJY: 'f
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IA J.1CI 1 ton Ford tra.k. TIt Probate. H... I'M "
A.1 Co.dIU.. Call MAIe i-10... if r. ,..,.,. o fBtFH

Itr I "" lilt" WALTER .M tTOMA.....4 ,h.C.V'nON' JtlUUJM..nll

.1.I/del. I'ne....."w.bmMt Te AI 1'.4"... and "...'nw.
Rohe.. I'Ioh.. we Uama.I. l y the na "ilndepen. Uve .., day Uwn 4up **. ofthete
e.l.-
T V SERVICE ...In.. bald Fa'etetw dent kuilneet proprUttari vol. affeete.
..... ... II....
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Sellers Rites Rites Held For Last Rites Held Jackson HeightsRecreation 1' DON'T MAKE cKRrtMAs Saint James


Held Friday Frank Shartee I For Mrs. West News Lists ActivitiesA

Chapel rrvlt' lur Mr Henry Services for the late Mr Frank! Funeral services for Mrs Delia t By Timothy Lane CATASTROPHE special Christmas services
Sellers of SolBbury, Maryland tic Shartee was conducted from I St Went was conducted from SI John I Tryouts were held Thursday aft A will be held, Friday 11 thru 12 a.
Luke Church:1 A. M. E. ernoon for the 1965 Junior Boys m. The Rev A. R. McGlexklon
dlnd/ December 12, at the Pcnsull- Missionary Baptist Church Wednesday. December .t :. .
ar Hospital of Salnbury, Maryland. Greensboro, ..Sunday December 20 23 S p.m Rev G W' Basketball season. A total of 86 sli y.-mss,. will bring the message And Invitation
lie died following and extended 1 p.m. He died at home, Jo"rldal.1 Farmer officiating. The deceased boys In the 1th and 8th grades who I t..; Is extended to the/ public
illnem A native or[ Quincy, Fla, December 18 2 p.m. passed at home St John Com: had registered and came out for o i. lo.tll'lld.
he had lived In Maryland several A native of Alabama he and I his munlly, Friday, December 18, 11: tryouts were placed on one of our Weekly prayer service will beheld
years, family moved to Gadndcn County 45: a. m. following an extended illness four Junior teams.Registration I Thursday, commencing 6 p.
Chipol rites for the deceased several year ago where they have' A native of S C. she mooed has been closed m. Rev 0 M. Bridges, minister
was conducted from Simmsjackton resided and was employed by alocal with other members of the for the season due to the limited In charge Members are urged to

Chapel!, 1 p.m Friday, December grower Shortly after moving family _I'ralI'al'll ago. She number of teams and facilities oy.l attend
18 Rev. Doreiy Nealy. to Florida he joined St Luke worked for several years for a Teams are Massy Drugs Supt. Sam Love, Jr, announces
minister In charge, I Missionary Baptist Church where local concern des Coaches Randolph McMiM that Sunday School will commence
Mrs, E lclle; he attended regulartly, and discharged The deceased Joined St. John A Ian Curtis field and Richard I 9:45: a.m. All teachers and pupils
The survivors are: Bell : Charles Williams,
M. E. Church ;
and her
discharge
Mri Margaret Bring his duly /layel'1l are urged to attend and reporton
Harris, and duties Roosevelt Wil
1 as a Christian
ler, both of Miami and Mrs. CoIn The funeral services was well The euolgy was preceded by a 1 hams, Robert Brady, Jr. Johnny I Ia Ig time.
Grlce of Mt. Pleasent Into' attended by members of the short with friends 14 e s Hartley, Roscoe Faro" Ivory Pl'te,1 14 o The morning worship service will
program o
rent was held In the SpringfieldCemetery church In the area and friends of appearing Darrel Farmer, Henry JohnlOlllJ. commence at 11 a.m. The Rl'v.A. ,

Slmms-Jackaon )'um the family The minister In charge Those surviving are: Mr. Mil, L. Gaymon 11, Archie Allbrit-: R. McGlockton, pastor in

al 1 Home In charge spoke briefly alter a the short program chcll West, husband, Mrs A\fron'i ton, Vonnie L Croon and For ?3I i lr charge
which preceded eulogy la K. Madrid 01 Miami MI'II'I Mary Alice Brcwlngtoi I rest Lee Dudley Stewardess Board: will meet
At The survivors are: Mrs Flu Alice M. Gregory, Chattahoochee,, : Morrow Cleaners Bulldogs- the fourth Sunday at the Tiny Tot
Watch Night coca Shortee, wife, Mrs Daisy Mrs Mitred Ward city and MissDsenia Student Cited For Coaches Eddie U Aklns and Wes t Nursery. 3 p.m. The regular
Iluey, Mrs. Sylvia Marshall, sisters West city, daughters. ter Carter Players: Terry Kennedy Christmas dinner will be given at
Mount ZionWatch of Montgomery, and Jacksonville Willie Reeves, Scale WU- ..
Freddie L. of Boston, Regional I this time, gifts will be eliminated
Cash of Eufala Ala, and AchievementIn son, Jr.. Earnest Smith, Jllne.Hpnl' W .
of Thedtous
observed. Tampa, and West ofuinry
Night iorvlte will be Shartee of Jacksonville,
Harry Walker, Edward Robinson,
sons. Mrs. bdith West.' with the of ) Stewardess Board Two will present
Thursday I'venln"e'I'm. brolhers Mrs Lenora Williams a of keeping project Edward Aklns, Atlaway Hollo-
her U. and services Millie Shar- Mrs Mandy West, Mrs Ruby honoring students with very high a special Christmas program
Prayer song Abbeville, Alt, Miss man, Earl Curry, Reginald C ,
the fim ..ermowhich Sins West( and Mrs Annie M West academic achievement ratings at If Sunday commencing 6pm The
will
preceded tee, City and Miss Daisy James, Jimmy Thomas Montgomery
Is Invited.
will be delivered at 9 a.I lee, daughters. Frank Willie and dllu"hler-In.law.. Leroy Xenon, the close of each marking period, House and Willie Johnson I public
Watch Meeting service will beheld
Calop Madrid, Compton Gregory, the Guidance Committee of Car-
bring
m. Rev the menage Timothy Ganlous will Fredrick Shared, sons son.In.laws. Parramore High School Is Randy Nathaniel food Store Washingtonand Dragons 'j.J PONT U$E A PRIE&-CW mH... Con Coaches
In the ,
., Interment was held Interment was In the St. John pleased to salute Mary Alice commencing 8 p.m. Love Feast
Ice will\ follow I
The second GreensboroSlmmsJackson Samuel Hutley Players,! l'l"aJIltTIVe LIGHTS FOR SHOOTS AND
munlly Cemetery. Services will also be held. The
Funeral Home
Immediately following the clow i of Home Cemetery Betsey s Brewington, a 9th grader and David Gee, Carlas U Thomas,
the tint, following a brief Intermission Funeral In charge I Alonza Hamilton, a 12th grader Jack G. Kimble Gerald Thomas, FRAYED W/RES...KEEP tIFr WRAPPlNv public Is invited

The public U Invited to In charge Alonza WAS the honoree for the Jack L. Wiggins, Jerome Johnson AWAY OM KOTB/l441 AND F1RGPl.ACEIINlI1UMI2
attend Sunday morning, Sunday Arnette Chapel first marking period also Willie Smith, William Henry UnemployedMay
School will commence with Sup C-P Lions Whip Pictured above is Mary Alice Culver, Sandy Francis, Freddie
In charge The mornIng Brewington She Is the daughterof Leslie C Samuel Huschel >
Jen King Lists CalendarSuperintendents Williams, INFORMATION INITTIVn I /78TEC Get HelpA
worship service will begin I IIl at Northside FiveThe Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Brewing-: L. Robinson Jr., and Alvin
ton 1106 Experiment Station Road
'.m. Rev. Jeremiah Gee, pastor Holloman
tal charge. Joseph Long Sr Quincy Mary has won several, Double Cola Co Bear Cats vocational education programat
Evening worship will commence Northside High Gladiators and Powell E. Woodberry Sr., announces academic honors throughout her Coaches, John Hulley and Donald Florida AiM University under
I:TO p.m. Tuesday evening 6::30p of Havana were. knocked from the that Sunday School will elementary and: or.mrhi schoolyears Graham: Players: Robert People Hv o 0c the Federal Manpower Develop-
.m. Junior choir rehearsal will class of unde rfeated on last Sal commence (:30 a.m. Teacher and In her first Charles Lockwood, Bruce' rent and Training Act for 260
be held, The senior choir will rehearsal urady l'Venlnllhelr, before a Jam pupils are asked to report to I vocational choice, she would like' Warner, Quincy Ford Earnest hard-oore unemployed was announced

at 8 p.m. All members are packed. gymnasium heir respective classes on time. to become a adcntist.Benefit Rory, Oliver T. Rule Jr., Marvin today by Dr. George W.
urged to attend Carter.Parramore and Northnlde The morning worship servicewill Farmer, Leroy Fudge, Wallace CHRISTMAS Gore, Jr. president of the university
High had their followers Jaikson, Claude Kelly Jr., Roy .
begin 11 am Rev A. H Cage
L.gion Post which Is composed of fans, students Hunter pastor In chaige He will ..Williams Wastell Francis and ae"w + ONE Rig fIIr 1AGl1FY According to Dr. Gore, the unlvtmty -
grads and supports In general BraiKhaw I has received the Initial
be alli led by Reverends W A JoM-Dh TREES .jI'
217 To Meet Sunday The gymn was well packed Campbell The Junior choir and Game SetA PEE WEE IHShETBAIL CURVED STUMPS CAN authorization from the Office of

American Legion Post 211 will shortly before the Springfield, usher board will serve at both Tryouts were also held Thursday l _. BE SHAPED WITH A Manpower, Automation and TramIng .
meet Sunday, Dec. 27 at the Legion Northside Pe Wee game was concluded ) ervlcei. Mrs W B Aklns at the benefit basketball game will afternoon for the I96S: PeeWee ., SAW AND HATCHET of the U S. Department of
4:30 All members : Springfield Rams nearly 'be of the attractions of the Basketball season A total of o Labor.
Home at : p.m. one 0 __ _
organ ......
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are asked to be present upset the Gladiators Pee Wee by both 1 holiday season An all out effort 36 boys In the 5th and 6th grades) SHAPE tllJO nose! SHOW
Rev. Hunter will deliver Q
font 117 wishes every one a Merry the slim one pointer 26-J7 In a last and Is planned to raise funds which who had registered and came out TREE- _
Christmas. minute surge The junior varsity the morning l'Vl'nlllllM'rmon. 'will be earmarked for Cadaden for tryouts were placed on one of TRill OeaZ T1EtbRANCHaAI!
team entered the contest with I Watch' night service will commence 'County Alumni Chapter, ol BethuneCookman four Pee Wee teams WITH P 1 I BARE 51'015-
several points. 10 thru 12 Thursday evening SNIPS ""'REINfORCti SAGGY
choice by College. Any boy failing to register -'
Johnson December 31. And Invitation Pee w:1 I" AND BROKEN ONES
Capllan Alfred "Car-Co" The promises ta be thrilling wanting to play 1 In the
is extended to the public to attend. game
lead the senior team scoring from beginning to end What Basketball program, must signup 'I.-:...... ......... 11'1
J9 points. The C.-P. team esel may be lacked In skills: will probably and will be given further Instructions I .mEt ttRtAoYSHIM
I during all quarters In the contort All-Negro BandIn be made up In "spills. Again for assignment to team' !
|The teams are well balanced In: till appearance will also add to TT.tMSt: STAND FOR LAST MINUTE .. STUMPS SHOULD KWET : 1app
,I height several being over six: 'Rose Parade'The the laughter of some of the former Texaco Gasoline Badgers: Freddy BALANCMG-ANCHOR DOWN WITH I -IF STAND NatoWEIGNrsAfTERTREEtiTRIMnED
(I feet and coached well Jamei stars McGee, coach Players: Rodney t WATER TRAY WRAP M ,
John Thomas 18 C Betsey, Henry L. Davis, kill BASE IN SOME WET CLOTH AND PLASTIC Holiday
Davis\ with 18. Asuociates squad Is made
Moody Mississippi Valley State, of The Davis, Arthur L. I'rlaon,
James Anderson and Walter of BMhunl'Cookman.and Jimmy .............. .
trailed with 10 each Ilia lien, Miss, 133 piece band up of grads CoP Ucsis.The Clarence Gtrnle, Charlie Jackson ... ... "A11 D FOUR\ 10 Glow!
1Merry Tribue with 20 points. will appear In the Rose BowlJanu.1' former David T. Jones Richard A sAVf I. IIAHNERlt
Emmltt Harm wudics and sincerethanks !
Karl Murry Robert !Smith )' 1 at Pasadena, Callfornla Associate Is composed of McCray Lonnle Pete, Ronald Wat KEEP TREE AWAY THE LIGHTS FROM TOP !

and 18 and 13 respectfully Mped Charleston "Skull" Holt, Carl son and Wesley Wiggins\ FIREPLACE, DOWN IN ZIG-ZAGI\\TTRtI, to our loyal friends and
with
down the Mayhaw This will be the first time that "PA Svstem' Bryant Robert Moreland Cleaners Trojans:: ALL TURN\ ON UGlt1S-tAlANCt

.. .. the! Lions 106-S3.to The JuntoMUjowon. and all.Negro College band ever Bear" Bryant, Join "Northalde"WillIanU. Coati James Jone Players, patrons
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sam ib participate In the annual mat- Gun"BaM'.Bcisey:CluminKll Na' William A. Baker IUrr BMsey.Terry .- ------
"' lout .ttraotiniKPresident :: mantel Till Man", m. L. Crooms;, Michael Graham
Christmas to all our Card of Thank J. M White, members The C-P. AU itars are Mack Rudolph Jackson, Thomas THE OLD HOME TOWN ,y..r, lhW* By STANLEY 1 Avon Products

friends, with .a special\ not of The family of the late\ Mrs of the faculty students, alumni let City Hill, Chiefs a member Woodrow of the/ Campbell Kansas Jermott Bernard Jr., Vernon U Love Powell Rufus Jew /ARE TMEY )( NO.NOT VET''' Mrs Authl ZeiglerI
Molen,
Caldwell wishes to thank) and friends are to be congradu-j halfback Northwestern REALLY SIP THEY WEIP
thanks for letting us serve you. Laura ), first team Nathan Sinclair and Albert 1
Wends for food cards, late In their all out effort In securing Daniel "Tiny
their many University
flowers, tele'phone calls and home the If'CI'SIl8I'IInd.. for transportation Lane, University of Wisconsin\ YoungCawys! IGA Foodllner SteersCoach : f (vvoo HIS iEETC" ra.UP. I I
Powell' Beauty Isila and most especially to rem and general expenseThe "Sneak' Wilson, quarter ON
Robert Robinson Players,
Parlor I hers of Arnette Chapel| AM and; College with a million friends) lark Albany Slate, Lewis "Tank" Eddie,L.Henry arlin, James; Jackson, ) vAl 2 /'o;
tturch.: during the Illness called on and recleved $15,000: plus Southern University,,
I Hightower. Eddie Jones Jr. Joll C. Jones,, ItSeason's
Powell passing our their pndmothfor.Laura for the trip. and possibly other stars from Linear, William H. Lee
Mm Thelma kind Calvin
Your F
qtrs. W.lkl" You have a reserved ticket, Bradley and Benedict Robert E. Reeves Walter 1b ; -
Jr.,
be forgotten.The front ct'IIlerall', seat at
nessel will never row one The game will be played Roberts Jr. Barry Sapp Donald
Watkins Jo'amlllI'roItI'l'RI to view the parade The Mississippi Cartr Parramore Gymn starting !Williams and John W. Night Jr.
band la of the best in the
one MondayDecember
at 1:10:: p.m., Anderson Barber Shop Magicians
be faster W pt'O'pie
I would land.
28. Adams,,
: Players, David
forward on excuses ___
could
go
Michael Adams. Michael Bryant
Wesley Harris Smith Rites |Jerome Cox. Vernon Farmers
I. Wtlfort Kennedy. Nathaniel Let

Passes AwayFriends Held Sundae Jerome Pete, Ronald Roy Phillip Lamar, Forestititihardeon Stokes Greetings to all our

AI Services for Mrs Lmlne Smith and Eddie Lee 'favlor.MtN valued customers. Heres
I of Wesley Harris IIf| conducted from tie Church of : BASKETBALL Yuletide
:: was wishing you a happy ,
ircenibnro, his Recreation Basketball
regret punning
Christ Sunday, 3 p.m. She died at The Mens
'Ir ; hlch secured at the UtiMin the Gadselen County Hospital, League is scheduled to open tilled with good cheer and
County Hospital, Thursday, 1:30 !Tuesday. December 15, following December 30.
.. I p.m., December 17 extended Illness. A native olAla. i The league will have four hums warm friendship.
A native of Madison County, he an .. she moved to Gadsden County [playing a twelve lathe schedule
JOEL I moved to Greensboro several where she resided for the past on Wednesday Carter-
years ago. He was empolyed by a III'Yl'r.tart.. She retained her Parramore High School Gymnasium. rrANL f.'T ha WARM UPPERloD SELMO BRADLEY'SCon.tructOD
o.t.tmul'tlnp for one and well known business concern He the Church of .
memx-nhiD at ... ..
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bell ringer of a retained his membership at Sweetfield ---- ---
Have a real Christ In Ala, but frequently visited Co. &
sill; with a sliver thank you I Missionary Baptist Church churches here To Open ----
Yuletktel That's our wish to Die" kson, Ga Funeral services areincomplete Dorms Station
the Sinclair Service
tnr ;your loyal and friendly at press time, but will A short program preceded Antioch Church There eventually comes a time

patronage.Blue. each and every on. of our ,be announced from Slmm.- ack- eulogy Tie survivors are Fred. *. M On January 3 wten anybody gels tired of work. ,

Mends! ,son Ills Funeral survivors Home later Mrs Ella James A. I-ery. Eddie Lee Willie Following the first trimester Lists ActivitiesMonday Wise people know how to save I

are F" Willie E., J. E. and Henry end, December' 12. and the/ Christmas time by not being in a hurry.
I M. Harris, wife. Willie Muffle. Miss Llllle Smithof evening at 7 p m. the
Moon Grill Beulah Morgan brother Johnny Carltun and Bobby C. Hartford Smith sons.Conn. daughter Interment holiday vacation. December be Senior Missionary Society will ill
will
I U Harris, son, Mrs. Ruth In the St l'IuICPml'lel' IWsnuary 3. dormitories stage its annual Christmas dinner
James Smith Sr. Grocery M. Brown, Mrs Maggie Dlxlon, wan made Ala Smrns- opened at Florida AM University A lull course turkey dinner and
'. Brunellg
) for the beginning: of the all the will be servedto
I Mi s. Dlxlun. Mimics In charge. trimmings t
traSa Jackson t"'llllt'raIl1ome nerved trimester Sunday. January ,
-- Mary h W, Shirley Harris members and guests. The at.fair
and Mrs Carrie L. Brockwater S, Edwin M. Thorpe. directorof will be held in the church
of Camilla.\ Ga., daughters. A&M Band To admissions and records, stated basement and will also feature the : -. "
today identity of the secret sister and ff'hrJ' '1
and of the Simms-Jackson Funeral Home
the Joy peace .
May for
end officially
in charge On TV The holidays gift exchange.
Christmas spirit ever be yours, Appear the FAMU family on Monday. Superintendent PartticU Galney i7 bfQJ
NOEL Mankind I. divided Into two "Salute tohi' National Foot January 4. at I a.m.. when admission announces that Sunday School will
and nll'I have a wrytappy clauses the getters and the ball League and Pageant Spectacular examinations tor the new be held at I:30 a.m. All teachers t y

$ and blessed ChristmasQvdtw givers are the themes of the students will begin.Hospital and pupil are asked to attend MERRY CHRISTMAS
ore-game show and half-time pa- The senior char will motor to
geanl which will be presentedhere I Report St. Hebron where they will appearon
In the Cleveland Stadium program at the union micro U'. Christmas presents allover
oMM-'rJ + Sunday afternoon by the Internal Admissions: Dec 15 Dec 21: Prayer meeting Is Tuesday at A special thank you at Christ-
% aWe banally acclaimed Florida AAMUniversity ,Looks Smith.. Katie Lee Alien T pm.GorK'nICYT. ; wed like to thank you
4. JAMES A.M.E. CHURCH "Beat IbO-plec mar'hing G"iW" Mae South Calvary mistime to all our loyal friends
w for
the Uyvur
lootbaH AM) HI SIN EM yrar-round present
R.v. A. R McGlockton, Pasta hand at the NsltoiwJ Ga; Ronnie Richardson and patrons.Anderson's.
League Championship Came of Bobbie Ma Robinson. Havana; In a speech for the Business patronage.
WcW.4 the Cleveland B.1vpraUII i the :Maggie Louise Simmons Blounls- Council compuned of sonic of
Baltimore Colts. Both shows, to be town Wesley Harris. Agnes Den- the nation moM Important execattires Barber
televised on tt. national CBS network. ten Houston. Francina Preston., President Jotiiwm said Fdiley's CleanersJohn
will give the fabulous Lota Bell Johnson, Frances Fore both the government and bustaeta W. FdrUy. Prop. Shop and Cafe
.I Marching "1n' exposure to be lw- hand. Jeanette Walclen. Henry Mc- must operate in partnership. ml
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twenn 45 and 70 million viewers. Cray. Linda Joyce Ma' is!1. Sharon as antagonist. In order to maintain

: Our own ChnstmM carol toIt" hope a bestows 01'OU Brown I" KN..... Vsnester Mobley a healthy prosperous economy
i' also said the .
He govern.ment'a
and your family all the Joys olChristmastime. p'U'\lUU'S TRIM Aaron Jenkins. Lrmw Rich-,
all our friends: Thank you tart The Drheene Drpar1n'oPftt team''Ird.oo1land Jeanette Smith, all role Is to create climate
\ leaded by David Parker Midway conducive to prosperity.
Mltan k'adret of Quincy:;
:) / your continued patronage! Merry Ii Defense toP Secretary Robert :'Il'NI'mara. : Emma Let Griffin Bam- MenyChristmas

'I' Christmas. THE 400 CLEANERS ls expected to remainno bridge Ga.. and Etause Brown L

.. 122 South Adams tact unlll m\d.1geS.talked McN.nllll'llfl'PIII'Iedl1 with key' Husfnrrf.BIRTHS..

TINY TOTS NURSERYMr. Sam Nealy Prop. members cI has his team of his desire I'' : Clarence and Maggie V\NNX>

*Lrt Us Help You for Uto.'IIto stay on and seethe Louis Simmons boy Ore W. i

and Mrs. Willie Plttman. Look Your Best* Pentagon. programs through Willie Frank and Emma Lee Grtf- A* lanterns glee with Christ-

the next session ol Congress- I Bn boy. DK. > wa.A W4:
mat Joy and greens dbprrse
GOOD MS FOB kUIJ> VEX 1 P
Dr. SunurtAyers the scent at Chrtttmas cheer,
| Lot Angtei

Q of the University of Southern M wUfe JOB a llerry 1Tnk.s .
QttdtiitqhJcft' California has perfected amended

to transplant sections' el In the true spirt vt this Joyous

we extend our warmest hairy scalp lit bald patients which season, * hair ** U men. Tiny pauses
Greetings 011 this dajrol grew
greetings and wish yew 'c nf scalp hokfinc 10 M sIre hairs loyal ptt rungs Happy boblay. -

peace and good wishes transplanted to the bald are*. .
QUINCY CHOIR UNION ONE
j(11 yours a Joyous and mem' The number of grafts CM rat
among the people) of the wale 500. t
Christmas. from JO 10 more Can EVA'S BEAUTY Emory dooms. Sr. Pies.

&m flail bane been observed PARLOR
t Mrs. Et.Q HoOoman. ReporterMrs.
warning upside dnvn. says the .
Met t. '- .Then, O ner
,I BETSEY'S FUNERAL HOME StOYLMS-JACKSON FUNERAL HOME Warn. Sienna kMquanumi hMwrr Capt., haw.not BuJCny Mrs. Dors L..w OpeeviLgP Grace Cunningham. Secretary

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.':AD&DEdOL'NJ'YT11TES QUlNHf FTflWDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 14 \08.

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1", ,,,, puhlit..uo" prrrl'ber .o ; .... ,
1.4. "... :t. 41. I In. ;. It 'totlAHIlSIUt 'our I ; Cat's eIA Li4r
1- Slightly Used ANT 1.INtII y\
CLASSIFIED ADSfOR \ttornry. for Kxrcul'.. '
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Spinet Piano gilm. FloridaIN :

TUB (' l'j-'OI'nT or 1 '
I THE SBCONH JI'1'JI'I.\1. ,'1 \1
at Bargain PriceMason 'TIT. IN ANn FOR OA1 01"I:S
I IS HAN. Grooming11'
<01 NTT, FLORIDA. I

.t eKItY. ,
"MiSALD R. HICK

I WELL DRILLING Music A. HICKi n>lntlffPMOT !


RBNTs one turn ..Mlroo..1 featuring a Compl.t. COMPANY I"r. ? rant
Lin of ORDER FOR roNJlTlITl"\ .
D.mInPumps tor
torn. for 14180. ant iwo bod ,
roam home for HIM per month I Horn or Irrigation 14 End WaahlngtiM St.Ope : MRVICRTO
with pollened Mk floor, tiltkath M'hNo.. "fOCI., Frl' r..., A Hick
Chestnut AM<01 Of
and kitchen and ill mood I TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE 4 to I AI Day Sal.rtt 111 if' .
p.IIIo wrrneeburt, T 'to' '''
era eonvenleneoa. T B .,le< hotOr. : \ )_
..n.boro ria.. Phone HI t CO. M\ '..70S.r MA 7-1041 You are herrl y nu'I I it .
a Complaint' for m\''''" re I ""> 4 t
HI 0.0001.FOR
tilt or filed acaMt tore In "III' >l>.-te
---- -- 1421 South Monroo >tTaUahau entitled court. and y"< ire roquired >
**. Florida In ..,.. a r"l" .r ypuranever ..
Well or other plead, 't it the
in.no7 inFJIIGIDAIIIE DrillingCALL I,.omplalnl! la plain ''' a at. .'
RENT turner, Tracy L"'It. 1 1'I,' roil ?
,Waahlnglon Rireet. U'''"' v tour.
I Ida, and file th,' <.rl li >f eallanewer
HENTZ RICHARDS or Ple.dln In Its i>?tire I
I Bedroom wifuniMwd '..f the Clerk IIr the at i.o I curt
Modem 627-6810 on .T before tl. ||i>4 day otIxnuary
Apartment. Located to I AD. .nfeeeo will" br onlerodaeln
"?' r
Duplex .t 711 W. \\'. hlngt_ Ga.-Fla. .l you

ftlthla walking dhlance ol I too M5 A'01n oRtirnrn: at

.hop*, school and churcne ZENITH I thi:.n''in Cludedrn day of (D".".eni nt>,,}, A rids l>,1
Well Drillingand I ....
(otCAI.I:
fell 1277111, during bunion PUMP REPAIRDec. )',h'nllll' I .'

lour, or 1274294, after I p.m. SERVICE 3, 10 17 24 41 I (t'tr11t I..dArs n' I.rull('nu"I,.Court.'I..ld. I inn! though cat ar* on* of the rl'llIc..t-.nim....nlcrOOiii'lh.mIMlw. r JtMV
ito blots .0 JlalheCK'k. I' e.I with their tongues they still require daily brunhtnf

I Tt;i:,,\n..I; f Riddle Plaintiff I rod fombinf Fir minute groomingearh I day will I anaura a sink,
Al "r
Florida' handsome coat; prtwnt theddlnj and help prevent hair ball. Kuoa
1711 tiTAT1 Stewart Young's Qulnct r>oor. H. SI. Jan. f, tt 4l hair Ia not remover, the rat will a*allow It and form halo
lEGAlNOtlCEShOTiosi t :- balli in the atomach and dlgvaUvt tract

Wife Preservers Kegia! grooming your eat when he U a kitten and h*will become

accu.tomed to th. d.il1I'Outinn. !1'lac the cat on your lap or if
TO CRFNTOR8 you find It easier,plac him on Ublo or floor when he ran move
NIAIIAMIE FUmlUA ITAt'1 1 fJ>.* around aa h. la bruah d. tint brush .in.t the t hli
grain> JUST TAKINO A WALK-A etirtoui crowd gathers ai elrrui'
of the i'oUM,
In the Curl
Judge Qau.d.n I,,mity. Florida. I -ftt/ fur to catch loom hair. Then art aonio rata with "...n.ltiv.aklna" animal Unlner altrr Zapaihny and hi* wit. M\rttaa, takethem _
who find bruahln aramit th* of the fur highly
LEONMOBILE In Piohate. No un gram: irritating.
for Tbillal U BI aBS&SSF
tiger. T.I-phoon. a .troll In ,
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The furina
In r. frelate of exports at th* Prtlaro .enter auggrnt that If your
TOR BENT Clean ant bedroom ': LABO.M H. MAT, cat U one of these, you brush with the grain only Than bruah
trailer. Ideal for oou HOMES
koueo. ...and at Horn Trall.i Pork If i I and LNH-eai.d.. downward In abort ilrokct until aU loga hair li removed from
plo .. i To All Crdltore .non.
( lot Service I I Having LUImi at emand. ) l th. body. g:19wiTL1i-:
I Amln.t Held tittle / Sometime a r.nlan'i coat forms tight little mats clot to Ui*
Moon. Varletlo 1 Yvii and each of you ara herebr skin and tb* fur look lumpy and uneven. Thaw mats ran gat
Now
FOR RENT Gardner Coneor Slewart. notified claltna and, required and demand to proeent caught Jtt the grooming tomb and pull quit painfully Try to
any taw th*mat apart with your and tIm comb It this
nngar* docan
Nice chin Used Trailers which roil, or altner of 'OllJ may I'IS XPSHSly*IMID MJ
I' and 10' Wide l"have atalnet the ..'.1. of LAW.UoN .I UM on oR-plmtk ......or eH.etraper work take ""*" pointed scla.on and cut the mat from nut to etJoclts w M L0I4014,11m4.wlot
H. MAT, deoeaeed. late ofLaid w..hln5 bYdb bote.d. of."'"- th* akin outward, being careful not la cut the akin Sal MM uOO.aeI east C4IN+Da

Office SpaceAir W. trade (01 furniture 01 County, to the County Judge ,f." crafo"aHinei ond na> Cots who ar* groomed daily and who ar fed a wril.baltnfd
10' Oed.den County, Florida, alhi. 10.412
inching el .. office I* the court hoii.o of 11I_w-........ diet !. .eldomT>other J by half balls, If the problem occurs, PUS KBf

luld' County at QulKcy I Florida fon.ultyoa Tturlnanan.A .
Conditioned W. Hiv KOOL SEAL I(within I els oal.ndar month from weU (roonttd eat it a naprr pet.
.th. Um. .t tb. fern pubtteatlenof
BUILDING U. 8. 10 V. ttUo veal .! thl. notice Two roplee of ITTWTAL
WILCO earn claim or demand shall l>o lawrltln
Talquln Inn. | .. and ....11 elate the rar
Furnished I place of roll,,01..,. and po.t office I I1i
Utilities Tallahatteo, Florida 04 dross of the claimant and ehall i iIvoAunobisa WAfrUNOTON .\No.'
Suit .. ..0'. 10 by the .1.lm..t boa
Will Alter to 1211 Weal T._ lion. sratter.. ad .ooompsn It *
Your Needs I led by a tiling :"of one dollar. SMA' L, BUSINISS1
Phone 222.1511 .nd such cl.),, 0. demand ant .0 'lHICI
filed shall he void More Than One Cat .
APPLY I The Qulnry nine Bank ''IC.: wnSorA.Jflt
WILSON'Stf If already rat or I I
Donald F MayAs you own e I r.
.. 1 1w
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eieoutore; ot the La.t Will kitten you might well want cm
and Tenement of ...."..1H.. Neat to the girt that nearly trrtaln lyr* *t teed f.. appear b _.
Electrical fint few whan th
ruiuroa, Tn
Plumbing moro dayt <
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)I 0'. d.c. everybody feeli quallBed to NIl to provide rkaleatwol I.
I Supplier .Pip and rillingi. Plr.t publication December I. two rata aro getting acquaint
Whether and
diet. peoplelulTcrlnf
.li th. tact that moat the .r
116Dee.. I I* 14 41 might UVt a hit of patients 01 newipaper
J"l'u Water Healert, Til Board. .
's'J ..h..
-f 1a OAKDSm AM, !) your part, but th. two should people eonjldor themeelvei ai from a high *
Cat and Oil Healer* Allorn.,. for KieculoraNII1ICK be iperta on dvertlilng And level level In the blood gained
oon getting along happily UEcthrr. >
$AT.EBSIAN W ANTEO A' ,ou\\ ,I'---- OK IIAJ.JoJTO They will olwcnre tad now It would appear that bu that rendition kwave* W their ,1u.

looking for a good part.t/me/ WHOM IT MAT COM'ERNl other and b* Influenced br the reicrati Ira deciding that they dietary .....11., ., whether It cawrrn I
full-tim. '",om. In 0.11.II.boo ROCCOPIPE You are hereby notified that oth.,'. prnonallty. At a rriult should also be eiperti In the wa e...... ky eem* phyalral .s+wlnoVi

rhto or RawleUh W OadndenWny Prale1X0 .County. earn?\ the following. motor vehkle Mortal: each become a nor tnttol't'.Un.pet. | Bold of medicine. cendllloa h s . mil Ford I looted Custom .gnN
aubjrrt I* debate. However s.
hour "'0" C '
and up p.r No tlAQHISII will be sold at f0laat'
Thrash' 1401 N. Blvd., i li.biiil & SUPPLY CO. public sale at II:oe clock on the 'Jh. Purlni Pet Car Contoi Reread ? many talari, and ...., .*> a pOfID IS. +

se. or ltawlel.h a. d.r of Peremher. 1114 at J. ripens offer a fair biota on In.trodurinjt tier..* llrnla, have foand that retard
II. Iompbl... Tonn.Dee. IT .. Fob. C It I 44 YEARS Or SERVICE W Wal.on Service Blallon, your cata. It I I. brat U Prg Admlav Ire. *f hew Ihe rendition wee

gulney, Fiorina.. fclttcn h.nU.. aleMi *- created, a low cholnlrr diet LOWIST...
I To This Area The proceed of the sail will I present s to .n older cat
PHONE 222.IS1T b. appll.d to the payment of lb.cost If the ntwcomir U kitten, thi ..*r.l I II ""neIMal. 0 .0 THt CHIAef? LAW *>AUI WttWPTD sa .
WASTEDSECRETARY of retaking, etorlnf and ..1. older cat will aaium s parenlajrol kanlred ear I TMI rMKMAMOrMMKAHTHdUkMMfwnfH
1110 S. honro Street of said motor ....1.1. and the doctori MWAMO aa4ir n J TMWTCWV mat
BOOhKKi.rLR and *Uk*rh."... Vi bethel M *f HkredV Obvlutialy, If mapy
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA coot of puklloatlon ef nolle ..t.al. lubecrlb to Till RUMIAN* BOH 1 CINT1 AN ACMTXI /
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lone and then to the aatl.faction the newcomer li a kitten or a",.. ... Wheat la and their patient*
With ExperienceWrite ..- 0' tho bslaoc duo under lb. "0'". Suns cat b* aura all clawi are ...... IllyOkfleiely some of the bollefi concerning DOLLARS. ..

; Box "B" Stating tract with limon Howard, tool clipped before you Introdoc4them thli matter II ll a s lervlr to MDU PUT IN U*. 4WWH*. BONM M TOrOOva .
E pwl..d Misty c/o W. Jetfereon It Qulney, Floridaoorerln If eoma ipfttlnr arid (UMtng > Ik. NationalBlecult them to have deicribed on M *oeiAL ruNCiAi cu.rrv-ANp Vila
the financing of aald don' leave the W. Her... the choleilerol content -
GU>"" \ (UUTTIlrs I motor ", hlol.. Any surplus will itarti, I eat Comc packaging COMTIY *6GauTY TOOl
HOMESKliujsberry I bo paid to you, and you will ,.. ,Ion. together. Abort all, b* im 4y gees ..< (..IIt, III either of the producli
'main liable for any b.l.nre re. p.rtS.lao than will b* no MUM .....U er Independent butlncei, .

WANTED: I "ALFSMFN For Imalnlng unpaid under eald eon- for Jealouiy. bat rrgardlraa of ibis fact Tel apparently with .. ib',
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wall ....bll.bed In.urenre debit I..ot.A."OC'U.TJl:1 I'JICOCNT Moit eau la the Mm Boai. a prUclple la Inrelred, ker*. Oalm al all and apparentlybr A S t M rt+i iR
Sr.fer married man' aa-e IS-iO CORPORATION hold ultlmaUly boootnt friend *.a. eomebody In rDA dieajree .
have good car, Guaranteed tr } Noel In the with .....k.1 hobble*,
eiartlnaealary, Contact or call \ RTi Johnny vary vary tare CUlt, eU The alerur wai mad be- *
r. F M.hnon 427-1626. It 114 N. Monroe It* It pro711ncplppattblg,115101.| hap. Clue lust May the FDA mart larding ohoUelrr), MM kri4
Tallaha.i.e. Fla yaw. you Blast gU* .p the idodjtt lii arbitrary ruling pitmil- edeple s "11I'1.' nuking

I I NOT1CU: I .wnln(mars than... cat log the ut* of certain refer pretilbllloM a* riveted alwv

I Fled The CommlMlon Game and of FVeek the Mats Water of Contrary to popular Implw.alone.ta angel to choleilerol content In *

Greenwoodand Florida, under and by virtue of and dogs get atone very the picking or promotion of ThiiliilgnlAcantbyltMlf. .but
power and authority wonted'under wall topthar.Agatsbe prepare d food 'Itemi. The brkfait food ll' even marl 10 when co etad-
I' leotlon 10, ot Article IV for an Initial period I ol tdjuit.mint in queillon had on ita packag. ...d 11 what might take place
of the tonetltatlon ot the Mtate and always feed tham Medicare, or other
FOR SALE of Florida, .. amended and rail. Mp.arately the Information hat *'0 much If through
Sunset Acres .fled by the voters of Florida on cholesterol pretenta problem program, Id. government In.
2 Bedroom Home i November I, 1141. and Rulea andIRoculetlona If you titak fwt eat It a do.Hfhtful which can b* allevlnted by a trudel In th. practice of medlcln .
of the Commle.lnn.plane pets affecUonaU clean .
well balanced diet IIlIt containIng ..
421 Ro eN/Nd. Rwiionabl) CLARK PLEMMONS I to ..,....ssfuur an a Ind.flnlie .1101111.m..m."t .- and well-mannered-thlnk of bowhappy in eicen of animal fat, *
Priced. MUK Sell Bivnuw olTranlerj year bom wll) b* with kmlawa
'' nM MAZE T4SI1 period of time I the followingdeecrlbed Wall tadepeadeiil
(.ll after I:30 p-m. i area U Uherty and anolbar. Bere ..". tau eealrary I* ".p........, voting ........ theNetleaal

or wtv'br.d.- I2TJ471/ rlad.d.n 'nu"I1., tlnrtdal pr.r I Uw FDA ruling prehlblUeg to.ra .."">rall
.. I OrderThoee-illy,eetabllehod kr Emergency **t word and *hrae* sankw .......** raiielaMiUyeppoee .
---- I I tande eltuated IIITownehln F *iipolyMalrale4l" "l.wI ....10. ..,roD lasso

t Keutk Itaniiee a, holnUrel"" er "Mk yeurdeotor. far M........ a* mad as. >
FOR SALE -I I. I. sod t Ea.t, and Town.
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." Ik. FDA .eattecelHIk wilo*, there h tale elher
end *
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I Bedroom, Air ComB Honed ship East I and aeutk poeted Pang U a Wildlife merrkaiidle. ilderalle. If gevernmenl rM ,

dime. Low Down Payment ........m.nt Ar.a To be 5i gel lots IK* pracllr. .t mHWclaw
Low Monthly Payments. t,. known a* the T.loala Cre.k 'l'ttillon of chlorerterol *veallly **m* ...,..*. c

wiring Already Arranged. WIldllfa M.nnm.et..1\ that Area tho U the ubecl) of much reiearch orals with a* HIM ...11"" *.
Nollre le hereby "
Normal McMillan, 1011 Msg ommU.Inn I will hold a puliMe and diecuMion In the medical II... Ika kavkig bad Ik. rlblelltlraj
imlla Drive. tf i.erln on Ih* title day of Jen. profeulon. tt U apparently / ..........*. I. gel appointed .
1 .err. A I> Illl al ,..I1.h....e. proved that too much chole* would b* telling dee.ler 1171 MILUON TO COlOMIIA-' i1 C port-I..pTt lIMit el x

rinrlile at I aa A M erlf-k. rel ..rolln the blood stream will wkal Ikey ... and *..... Wuhlngton, DC, signs .. Alllano fur Progrea rdlt ofIT4

FOR BALE kouea w. ,Brick I bedroome Veneer, Iyearold Ibathe. Hive to .otshtl.hlor area .. a wildlife Ihe eboveleerrlhM men* caue heart trouble, 4* I* IreaUag UIMerjor > | million to Colombia for Its purehaa* of United Itat*

Lerae KltchenDlnlecRoom a......", urea Per.i>na -p..aa-I1 'W,104 letrkl generating equipment for Ave power plant' Harold

Combined, Patio Utility m.. eppeer In sores .1\.1 r. Under Irt'htl.) tank. prealdenl and .halrmlll.1IId 00'-' .
Room Pav.d Drivew.y ilatlon or iwiltlon
Hae Carport central heat 1I..1. A. T>. AMrlrli .. blaa Ambassador D,. Kduard Urtb art signing the pact
I'l N Stewart 4l. Qulncy Tile- n... end Free I Living Space Slant With .. .. ,
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phone MAIn 11741.IV ,......,..In.. I Ij 1W 7

s HM''I'M "I Do-It-Yourself Ceiling !.tfUfD' Q AN..I>>

...., J.1-4t":: ,., I {.ll 101 ,p0/05004... reorr OTITt w1 ,..'YFIr ..ayoty j tr

'd'I......... r0ney. .rt..1 'U'S'MA.Lt.B"QSlf fE.S
FOR I.U.1li1 1 inn Ford ',ulI. In 1.e.hete. Hi Mil I ,
Ail Conditloa..Call ".1. ,.,.... 'n r*. *.,.!. ofT (
h ,( JltUOH ;HAUU: )
Up ,, ft.M: WALTER: ffWAB :
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b..ies.w raIKIA41 Tn At Orl oee sod "..... ..
"i Th11111'w Racing ,.'.,.-. Demand.Aralnat MeeerrllyUwinelkTfn. Uw less day Uwa gnus./
SERVICE L" HaM Fe'etet or dent budneee prnrutore ..... hex ,"..t..

To. ".* eer" .f inn ere kere I.e' perth th. teat:-il redittinof Si.
Ia.elea a _....... ell ...... ee//rtes ...4 rennt'.A ,r. .I \tA "mlDualMoir S* UM arm a* U r.w4 h y*
N.... 7MACES M 'e see 'I.'.". end .di ,.... .1.d a b I k-:J xlJeed In er* *..... Mlllng elf Ik. *i*.
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RADIO t HARRELL'Sfiiuf.rt I' "n'11 p.s'I.' 'e \. w.1.... 0'p ,.m.v,..fseamen. t... '-'rlt if n of C.wiireMry e..r,, sad wlik marhlwrff

TV SCBVICC fourf etnt .vaflyw -\f'.. Rep. W...am lAet,., Kn UiCrtia .*I.. ..l |h* karh dose, H Urn
sR twro .U r. to. by a r : Ifi:, lit ..'. ,... Ik* *i4r that ml4' k.
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t, ,. .to w'.IA o .' t', "r. I
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foes; .. an I' .. I'.... of e. it"sooty
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BRICK HOMESCOMPLETELY HUTU OF APPIITA1 OK FOR TAX PEW .......* tb* lipo *4 wood *

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PACE TWELVE ______ CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY FLORIDTHURSDAY.. DECEMBER.. 1984
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ed, "III leaden are young and 1
HOOKING openly call 1.r street violence, EWggiggjgtg re INIIII..lItIIIICI< armed maw revolution, v
AHEADWDrGttrglitMM the destruction of capitalism, general I
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I i: strikes, committees: of I '
struggle and the weakening of police t
authority to put down riots," I
15.- I Mr. Rlesel recently wrote !
Four particular groups, he said ;
-I are more active than the many I : h -
GREEN: IJC.IIT FOR others and they never run short offunds i
REVOLUTIONARIESFormer These are: the Provisional 1.)
Organizing Committee for aMarxistLeninist '
President Elsenhower, Communist ParI I 'i
It laid to have remarked that the'ty (POC), the Progressive Labor I 'J
deposed Khrushchev, If ho truth I Movement (PLM, Hammer and '
tire known, might like to take Steel, and the Workers World I I I
his family out of Russia. A cartoonist Party. These outfits run more j
for the Buffalo Evening,than 100 "clubs" In 10 major], ( \ I JAI 'C ,
Nests! has shown Mm. Khrushchev cities and even In tome areas of i 11 fafa
ruling from their apartment kit- the South and New England, according i W
dim to her dejected husband: to Mr. Rican ,*
'Couldn't you run for New York t
senator NlkilaT" We are notsuggesting Militant Tendency
that America, the land Mr. Rlesel believes that mete I 1fa
cl freedom and enterprise, li the ben of one or more of these groups Ii
place for fallen dictator to slap have been In the middle of virtually L :7
new careen.. But It If gratify!nj ; every major street die ::: ,1 :

that the U S. illll operates Ill turhanoc we have had. Better Informed I'o.,. .... _.. ,' 'I
the than moot of our commentators .f .. .
melting pot and haven for .
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Opprmwed Mr. Rlesel has read their ....,..-' ..... .. a.t ,
What Is dint rawing, however, U literature He notes the theme of
hat events! of recent yean have violence In one of their quarterlies -
made possible our protection, often from which he quotes: "We i
under Die guise of maintaining Intend to find out how to elevate I ;
freedom of any and all radical every dally struggle of the people
revolutionaries that care to form Into revolutionary will. It Is our 1\
up to the right or the left. Virtually I Intent to build a mast revolutionary il .
all the terrain have been party It Is our belief that .
Uttered about a tingle rightward the objective conditions exist In '
non-violent organization, with the our country and on the world .
leftist press at home and abroad arena for welt a development We 3

playing It up Into a cacophony of will t'nrourage'Pry revolutionary .. .,
fear of American conservatism. or militant tendency among the '
But the wave of neoradlcallnm has people .." S
Wilh
limn largely Ignored except by A PLM leader Is quoted to the We're wishing grateful .
the propaganda machines In Havana effect that workers "must 'be Q'
Peking, and Moscow prepared for violence out of self-
defense Hammer and Steel, Mr.D
Haunting America Ricspl explains has been most I
Columnist Victor Rlesel, perhaps thanks io
active! for Mao Tse-tung and RedChina's ,
the most competent writer In the guerrilla warfare and violent a holiday season
labor movement today has described revolt This Boston based S, d
this growth of violent radicalism of
group, he revealed, hat called for

nurtrt U purpose stemming and" from currently Com- a Cuban-style the U. S. revolution and also I right demands hereIn ,, our many friends i

"haunting America In many armed revolt by toe Negroes. It b
guises but never entirely dlsguis- happy as a
reminds us, at It does Mr. Riese.
of the proliferation of the radical

FREE GIFT WRAPPINGFOR had'virtually' nortoppcrdUon and g for all your d

enjoyed tome encouragement from
the While House Itself. Christmas carol, io I

KODAK fthat Kind of Example*
Awe Today, when the vice president loyal patronage and
n n+e first I' elect of the U. S. retains ties with
0 one of the most radical InttMleetual
GIFTS groups (although non-violent you and yours
.. and non-Communist), what ran you S
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fill e.lIt "AI .11 CJ r, I export of less knowledgeable good will

Americans? If the Americans for .r. 3
Democratic Action, of which Mr. 4,
Humphrey U one of me founders, j)
can urge acceptance of the Cuban ., .)
revolution, admission of Red Q,
China to the U. N, and elimination ,
of the House Un-American ?
,. Artlvltlet Committee, what better g
I
I Inspiration and encouragement can t
I the Irresponsible pro ommunlst j
0 radicals enjoy?
1 When through derisions at the b,,I ,
U. 9. Supreme Court, formation "!J
BROWNIE F Scow of these groups Is given a virtual ,
green light, why should the International 01 J
Movie Communist conspiracy ,
Camera
not grasp the opportunity to encourage
them and spawn them at a P
Fun-filled way to enjoy will We must surely do better
personal home movies; man this, If In America we are to /
build t society of free men who t to
New Irownlt fun Jour Movie dedicated to the values at human ,
are
Co",.,. mobs It easy ond In.iptntlve dignity and Individual free-
,. to take bright, thorp dom. The neo-radlcals and neo r Ir
'movie your family will tr.oiur.l i revolutionaries are calling\ lor full '
Cams". li P.elilan.mlld, p w sis'erl 1h4d'!
Kodak to glee years .f d.p.nd- faI
.ble service' Comes cemplile FULL ASSIMILATION "
with a roll of Korfacfirom IfMavis ,
President Johnson hat railed for
film
and a fun nlltd book
.f iKovlt-malilnfl Ideas 'nothing lets than the full assimilation
of more than 20 million Negroes
Into American life." The I
List ear Isw pike i1
1864 Ovll Rights Act, Johnson I
$19.95 said, marks a milestone although ,,I lisr M
It dies not provide the whole anh r
swer. Ho said he would make 1St
CROUCH'SREXALL Vice President-elect Hubert Hum "j
phrey responsible for pressing b
DRUGS government programs. ,

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