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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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PRICE I Oc PER COPY--$3.00 PER:YEAR' :: ,. HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER FLORIDA FRIDAY t
1 ; '- -L..r. NOVEMBER 29, 1963 VOLUME 93, NUMBER 48
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Farm-,City Week ,... 13 a !}lep. Attend ASCS n a te Set For TkiirnI- WILL BE CLOSED

November 22-28... .. s Session afU of Flat I. iQ% Tobacco t Vaccine I .
', ..-,.. QCS fjn ,. As in the toast for' the observance of Thanksgiving
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Editors Note The Interdependence Dr. Kyser and Rance Andrewsarc The ASCS office anno Rogers .County Sanita- the Hamilton County Courthouse will 1-be closed Thursday;
of, our farm: sad"cities has \there will be a 10 announced that
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been enWbazledfately.by'l1ussfa'staral taking time from their busy crease in tobacco a11o and Friday Nov28'and: 29 to resume normal working

production. lever: .before has schedule ," to attend"' a two day session 1964. This will be a'5 who 8 did has been set aside for! I fc

,it been; apparent that.tbe strength .i "*- -aF"tEe University 61 "Florida[decrease thair.last ar""t 't mS not receive a "Novdmber their oral 1963F.KENNETH

of a nation',be rooted. in this:Intel'1 r oc animals and their nutrition.4 iments were decreased" 5 to come to: bur'%*; .$''- '.
Ognlt1oJi of Farm I This> is the first s inajor
dependence. 1n.'r ; DAN BRASWELL Tax I
rI Collector '
that will be betterable ., ...
They hope they
2 throng 1951 when it cut 20 Dec. 8 rf ,,
City Week November rI was from 12 to 3 p.:m. "' '
offer I to serve the farmers of Hamilton HARRY T. REID, Superintendent of Public Instruction
28 The Jasper News now a Due primarily {()-the Springs Dec. 8 from 12:00 ; .",; llf>, .0., .
special note In cooperation '''itbl I i County by getting this. refresher the number of 2:00 p.m. to receive the vaccine THELMA LEWIS, perk of Circuit Court :
the Hamilton County Farm-City I Jf- in nutrition. These reduction r the county health nurses will go ''w .
course are average
Committee composed of fiance Andrewst .I SflQQi, Sjs) ,." H '" I night i sessions.! : who has had no' adj the schools Monday December 1 CHARLIE RHODEN, Sheriff _

jessie Wood, Paul. Weber I I ,_ underplaziting or oVe ster Polio (Oral) vaccine JOHN McCOR IICI t; County Judge
CROSSSTATZi..B RGE. CANAL I those who did not ?
and Hyde Payne ',' allotments has amounted receive it
i "e CONSTRUCTION MONEYAPPROVED ANN C. SlALPAS, Supervisor of Registration
mately 21 percent: over a 23 .
what it would farming area as' well as a better
Can you imagine BY HOUSE --, in place to live. '...:. ,<& KENNETH DANIELS, County Service Officer
lae like to live in 8..c\tY'\ without any "' period.h1940 *
home approving publicsrworks 'we shall be able to retain the lundsIri '' the fist ear the Allotments -
without food markets cotton? wool Or have or wood a fur priations bin this week .the appro-I the measure when it is referredto allotment; "program Vas, in Certainly ,all of the mentioned officers will be available

finally cleared the U million the Senate later in this session: the yield as 1,025: e For 1964 i-
nishings.It's average # Crop:( at their .homes, :for emergency Your matters. Since, it is
impossible to thinkof j in the budget for the start of construction I am also glad to report that all to the arce and total flue: -
today's just as modern farm withoutElectricity j on the. CrossFloridanews other public works Item included production amounted to has received an allot- policy. ..... to- try and render 24-hour service to the people

: ,; de) -savtng' machinery ,and our House members must In the "budget for Florida were accepted pounds ;this ye'ar 23- years of' 55,226 acres for production we serve
and a :vanetyof'. ,consumer : by the House. the yield per acre Is the 1364 ,peanut crop, Clyde R. '.
items ranging front 'Hi ti sets. to con-certed I efforts in behalf of this vital Senate passes Foreign Aid Authorization 1.916 pounds an dthe total County Office Manager for To the people of. ,Hamilton. .. County and in fact to all
dish washers.This' waterway... In Legislation -"-. Following : tion' at 29,000,000 !_'pounds. ASC County: Committee ,an- -? l '
Automatic past years we have of the people to the free and Christian World wish
I '15 days debatethe; Senate':final _On 10 acres in 1940 the today. This,represents the we a
i interdependency of farm and never been able to secure the support ly passed' 'controversial production was 10,250pounds share most .I happy and Thanksgiving.
the''peirerinially of the 1,610,000 na- : prosperous, '
t City :"as recognized by President'' of some of,the seniormembersof :foreign aid: 'authorizationbill at 16.4 cents pound acreage allotment recently
John F. Kennedy has, resulted 'in i't the House,Appropriations Committee : on' November 15 by a I year returned tM farmer b ythe Secretaryof Ag
his 'proclaiming November 22' and fiords for the canal I vote of 63 'to 17.. The figure finally -: in 1963 assuming this. Thenational allotment
-through 28 as National 'Farm-City have had to be inserted in the public agreed upon by the Senate\ was 1 acre- producer hastltad no same as the original: .allot '
"Week.;:In making the proclamation works bill when it came over I I.$3.7 biD on.'fWmch was some $800 ments for underplanting or announced ,tor production THE AMERICAN WAY
president Kennedy urged all for Senate'consideration. I believe 'million less allotment Is 7.9
i than thtf Administra-; planting 'his 1963 peanut crop.
+ areas o findustry as well as consumers I request: We "were able to place in 1 which produced:on;the I County Office Manager ex-
johvin the observance 'as the authorizing several estimated 15,136 pounds. and
legislation that the 1964 State allot-
to an those in the cities and on the :were expored to other countries I :
amendments which 1 think will 58.3 cents a pound will be apportionedamong, Jn
farms who provide us' with' food our food and other farm prductsare ,wisely improve' the administration: price 4s returning: the peanut-producing farms
-and fiber for better Oivirfa"4 : helping "relieve-hunger and of foreign aid and I further believe around $8,824. '. the State in accordance with
Farm interests and city interests to promote economic growth in the that when we actually appropriate Thus,under the {;Tobacco o fthe governing legis-
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can't be separated. America'sQty developing countries o fthe world. 'funds for the program there tion and price ,St Individual farm allotments
.resident today depends on Certainly] our agricultural abun-1 be aditional monetary cuts. gram the fanner who had 10 now being computed and no
the nation's farmers for tor toad dance is a powerful force for world 1 twill. this report is being completed in 1940 received', on of farm allotments ,will be

cases his ,job.' ._The farmer Inturn peace. we have received the tragic news $1,681 for his crop while. this to growers during the first
looks to:the'urban resident tq ptoduce *All o fthJs'emphasizes the importafcce -It of Persident Kennedy's death. I with his allotment,,.9 in December: -

his i equipment and- finished, of Agricultyre to.our nation's I join withall Americans and,mtiionscf I return on.his crop is 8. .? allotments: for the 1964
produ' ts. welfare lIt] also makes us realize, 'others. throughout the free world! $S.,324. 1 -' of in
Only.,eight percent'live of farms our population today.- how each ,one of us has a vital"in mourning the President's death. 1 I I Tobacco allotments 1 be : The about peanuts the same Hamilton as the County allot: r lti nt

actually, on part of this industry This interde- The hearts of the nation go ,out in ed to farmers early next 'fd rthe+>> 196 3crop for farms
consider the Farmers -
Yet when you pendence ffarnr,,and is what ) to Mrs. ot
in o ; city deepest sympathy( Kennedy with the announcement their peanuts I within the
Business partners our has made America great And it is their'' children .and to all membersof percent decrease acreage.Through three years- -* < ',' p r' : ,-.';
economy such as merchants, Ban- what will 'our' the 'sure that the '
keep nation strong. family. I am November 8, 1963
n t marketing quotas have
trackers' processors and
leers ; Here.in HamiKon Bounty-\v e;area Congress of the United States and sales of flue-cured tobacco In effect each since 1949..
wholesalers-the agricultural 40 population than proud group.:We appreciate\ ; our every citizen win rally ID the.SU&-.I Wits havtf totaled last referendum year was'held in f tin
is much closer 'to farmers. Wej depend on our farmers port of Vice Persident Lyndon pounds farm weight ,at an 1962 when a record $.9
eight percent,., 4. J.4 ,- ::1. for:our.ecoa "t r.'We;producethe Johnson as he ,assumes the lonely price of 58.51-clrsts: a of the
Sane six million *peOiejar6 involved ":best'fiue; c HJed tobacco' In.the and'heavy- 'responsibilities 'of.the. the:...-ETOEJ. :dI $.t marketing growers voting for the ap
quotas
in' providing the' goods and world. JSorn ol. fthe finest; corn Presidency. May God grant hilts I taken' '206. 7,00p pounds I96Faxid'1965'erops. >t_-'Jl ',
services that farmers; buy :Another and livestock yes we Eire only apart the wisdom andjstrength to carry percent.: For the
10 million work at transporting', ,of the ;total but %i "proud" this awesome' duty ij'lw t _courage iod in 1962; gross sales of
processing .storing and seEn*" :f j bart. Lets; >;U,Jom togetiier* fa all,' and dignity. We pray"too .that Governor cured tobacco in aH belts .
farm products. our programs pf farming t n4 even Connally ,bf Texas,,mar sur- taled 1,445,000,000 pounds Of the gross sales Stabilza-
What has this done for all of'us? make .Hamilton)! County} aj) better vive.; [average price of 59.84 14.9 percent. The Stabilization
Due to this farm and city cooperation 1 i, had\taken' 2i4.790.ooo"Poun ,
we can choose from as many i'n taken in the old belt thi PS five thousand different foods of November 8, amounted to ..
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These-when we maybe go fresh to the canned food market.frozen Business Baths 4-H! Clubs. '!!t; n- Wiele: I percent t take-over compared in the to compar-a 28J. i One Alternative.. ,; 't. ,to .the' United. Nations., '

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concentrated, dehydrated period last year. 1! *. ,': "
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mixed or the ready cooperation to serve.of the All farmer required Incentives i, .HelpMake J Rich Harvest for "' S, ; -

who produced them and of the r :

city worker who hauled processedor Best Better /cfs: jr\: : I I Iftm 4

made them, availabe for sale. ._,-- '.-...-.... .-_.- 111 t LookingAbeadEMPLOYME'T
Farmers, and, city residents are ': business firms contributed ; ? r.
each : WHERE -
not only good partners but $1.25 million in 1963 toward i1 iiI.
others'good customers. Last year recognition and encouragement K di3@R1JlA0N i fl. f !A ri ; :

farmers spent 42 billion dollars to ,of the: nations, 2,225.060 4-H ::::::::: :: UCATtbN f RoittAY'titled
buy goods and' services' from the 'Club'members; the director of iWL"l: T.:::

rest of;ins,and< tram farmers' ,'Theyspent' lE&National ,4H"ServiceCom. -, s \\
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around 27 billion to) buy aH' -mittee has announced. I R'Some .,' .
th 'e different things it took to produce r Norman i O ,Mindrum, director 9 0 16 to 20 million workers are to be added .: STOP DEFICITSA
last year's bumper crops. of t the committee;said the awaaa 0 *labor force during the next ten years- Finding" recent Bookings Institution report points to
This ;included great quantities ofsuch record figure ma'de possible for :them is one of the problems that will con our balance of payments deficit as a limitation on
as tractors and fertilizer seed awarding of college scholarships everyone. This does not mean, however that employment J because it keeps.the government from
and bank interest. And the far- ,and'fellowships valued at gal l r only solution will be to turn unemployed over taking steps it might otherwise take to stimulate the
Tner and his wife spent another 15biDiorTfor $145,000.:;,They were presented the federal government either for the dole for economy. Apparently these economists would have
the same vast varlety'of ,this y ar.tO275: ; the nation's 's.-t rile da'ts of honor fcr for employment. This is hardly the the government be as profligate at home as it has
things that city people buy-like most outstanding 4-H youthsand ,in view of the fact that one 'out of eight been abroad ,a policy which heighten our troubles.

TV sets ,toothpaste,. appendectomies : to young adults.-.* who",- once tl I r educational t. trips today is already on the public payroll: Some The U. S. helped to stimulate the economy of Western
.college -tof Tdd- houses hnd were\4H'ers. sc halarshp y s million civilians working for: the rest of us. Europe in years past ;now it attempts to prevent
trips to Yellowstone park The financial support also F 45 YEARS.' %1, private overseas Investments that are more attractive

The,role:d ;.fthe farmer a, de- was used for more than 180,000 \ ,"A_ \ 'L. '\ In other words, it would appear that even the than those at home.
manding one. Last year .each farm other awards members of Rec idol government with its 2.5 million employeees We are going to have to stop running deficits of
worker producted food, fiber and the"nation's' more' than. 94,000 ESC elfraAet8. \' as.much employment as we can afford to pay for any kind .foreign or domestic. Easy money and big
him- local 4-H Clubs. The clubs are Labor Wirtz tells us that private bus- the nation
other farm commodities for : tflcatitRar 1tts Secretary deficits however ,are being urged upon
in about 3,100 counties in all i
self and 26 others. The demands of 50 states and Puerto Rico. must grow faster so that more government by the Administration. Heavy spenduig in the
the future will be even greater. The national committee head- to 4-H bypnnte can be supported. We are recently reporter Thirties ( or what was considered heavy then) was
According to United States census utilizesthe total public employment should Increaser to a tried as a cure for unemployment but it failed to
in
quartered Chicago,
statistics each of us consumed funds to assist the Cooper enterprises of 13.5 million during the next 15 years. Other rouse the economy. In 1939 our unemployed .still:
161 pounds o !fbeef pork and mutton ative'.Extension Service advance have estimated already that if present' amounted to 9.4 millionThe cure for unemploymentis
and 38-pounds of chicken and the 4-H program. 1938 when 'a handful of "busiI Burlington and Qulncy .of government employment continue, the not simple, but it, will not come about unm our
turkey annaully. ate 195 poundsof ness firms provided $3.400 to Co.; The Conrad Hilton ratio of one government job to eight private producers can compete: In the markets o fthe world.
fruit and 325 pounds of veget- Awards Since 1900 help the growing club program.I. Chicago Board of Trade ;will become one to five ,by..1970 and one%, to Nor will jobs be plentiful unless enterprisers are encouraged

ables. We also used dairy products "Awards are an integral part In the last 10 years alone the Cudahy Packing J comp ny. \ by'.1980.-, 1* to'invest 'and expand in hopes of earninga
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equal to 641 pounds of whole milk. of 4-H" Mindrum said "and number of county medals 'Also Elfin National.- GOVERNMENT CANT DO IT fair profit..
We'each used 22 pounds'0 fcotton have'"been provided as incentives awarded has increased from Company; General Motors; ... ENCOURAGE' INITIATIVEWe
That's equivalent to about 21 house' and-.recognition for young about 85,000 to nearly 180000. dad & Nelson Farms The point .is"that the economy cannot tolerate shall'not tmd $4od or $SOO bffifen with which
dresses or 30 dress shirts for people since the,early 1900s." *Each donor has an interest Homelite a division of kind of border The horde government work- to create. jobs as long- >unwise laws or union pres-
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every'man, .woman and child In Help from 57.business: firms in boys and girls, as apprecia- traa>lnc.; Humble Oil & : largely noTHVoductive thus predicted would it- ures cast doubt upon the success of new undertak
the nation. In addition,' we used now:backing 4-H- dates back in Son of the need forjwtth development fining: Compare Illinois produce. :sate'heal'-socialism.; .* Instead of ings. Owners of capital will not be persuaded to
more'-than two pounds of wool foreitheclothir.g some -cases ,to the Q+92As. The and a feeling' that tral- Railroad: gthe'strength of-the whole-economy to>support risk their savings under impossible handicaps If the
average,tenure for all donors is Minerals & ,Chemical labor market is articiaDy bolster-ed by union de-
or carpeting. the organization can-serve BIn 'a large proportion of our labor force the govern
The: farmer even ;joins .the city 'la.:years.-' ,a wholesome manner with tion; Livestock ought to encourage private business through mands or government rulings, so that available
resident in having a hand in our The.< scholarships, nearly all limited selfgainMindrum Inc.; Massey-Ferguson -,that 'will make job opportunities. It hasn't workers are priced out of the market, unemploymentis
development. Nitrocellulose for, $500 each were awarded said. Moorman Mfg Co.; The .that_ -way. One of every two new noo-farm' : jobs bound to come. I ftaxes are kept as high as to
pace Dec. 1-5 during the 42ad(National waukee Road;"-Olin KaU and expansion wfl not be
Dlyersl4led been created by federal confiscate capital growth
Support has
which is'derived mainly from 4-H Club Congress in Chemical 'Cofper&Uea;'?=4Iw. ; the past five years '
wood.4s fue1sY&a major,ingredient. of'some. Chicago, attended by more than Among the business firmssupporting T.,;HerediUrJPmadatien.1! ,and local governments. Is this the nation we able. Millions to create of jobs.displaced persons flooded into West:
missile 11500'; .delegates.:'Tbeil" expeast 4Uin '1963 are cessful Farming: ;;'Pure Oil nk we,have? IL But jobs were found
With our increase In population pid trips, considered,both educational American.forest Products Industries pany; Ralston Purina "No,"and we must make it possible for private Germany after World War
called In from adjacent
others
even higher production win be dEmanded and cultural, were 1 Inc? American Oil The Sears-Roebuck to provide the bulk: of the jobs we shall for them and for many
of ou'rfaimers.. New foods, awarded: b). more than.. .;:30 of' Foundation; Atchison Topeka The Singer Company, Private industry can provide the 16 or countries What' polices made this possible Sound inflation
must!be developed to meet' 'the these firms. I' aad Santa Fe Railway System; OU Company (Kentucky); mifiioo'jobs in the next ten years if allowed to do money balanced budgets, no indebtedness no
needs::, of our space advancementsand -.Funds for programs ranging r-iMfnmia Chemical Company dard Oil Company (Ohio); Oa :the' average 418.000 to $25000 is required in decreased control and regulation of bugs
to feed the; mitlioms ia i the .from' bread bakiag. &I Ortto Division Cittes..Serviceft West.Bend CdApaay;!WHsea 1 and invested capital to,create job. Accord Capital flowed into West Germany and prodaeSoohit
world who Jook tar us lor food .' ogy are chanaded ...' t&e -Co.; Chicaeo-ad NorthWestern COL. lac.:; aod frlends-of., ; ly.--uiHltkJce .$460,to $SOO billion to make jobs new highs. Good sense, freedom in the tearket:
Last year" 'about five and one 4-H ceikiee'IateerpeaEabed'Mto ; ,Railway Co Chkago, late 'Thomas E. Wilson. are',really.;productive.Trdsris: 'more, than the place;and plenty of trade brought prosperity to West"Germany
hall hilfion dollars in farm,products .' .r. ... !,-. 5 "* OfcV < O--V ='Dtio1r: mment-caD possibly,do. short of socialism '. It can ,do the same'for us. .
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';._PAGETWQ, ;. ,ii'l! ,'. THE: ; ,JASPER NEWSg\vJASPER.FLORIDA? :? ; 1 Friday. N Iilier.21 1961

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...li 10 ''J .I speaks"Sidney of.poets Lanier as bringersdownof somewhere I I IBURNHAM i 1 NEWS!!1964 ACP ." Legal Advs. ......... :Florida 1St:. this 15th day of NeTember.THELMA .

flaming news from steep walled j 1 I LEWIS; Clerk
heaven" By LOIS ZIPPERER ;j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the Cirentt Court, Ha- '.
. I 'Sign-up Begins OP THE THIRD JUDIC I Gregory ,milton Cours County Florida.
Always do right; this will gratify, IAL CIRCUIT IN AND Attorneys for Paai silo
Plaintiff
@L'-1'i Hold Fast Your Dreams. some people and astonish the rest. The ASCS county office announced TT.FOR FLORIDA.IN HAMILTON. cqUN.XORTGAGE I 404 Jackson Street. '

8u "Hold fast Louise your dreams Drissold I as.Mark .Twain !today that the initial sign-up period INS ESTIIENT CHANCERY ..... Nov.Tampa ZI.n 2.,Florida Dec. 1-13, JUtS

Within heart for the 1964 Agricultural Con ,TRADERS.. INCA Florida
r your I Mr. and Mrs. James Blair spent servation Program will begin on Ce.-ntl.. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
,Keep oDe still secret spot Plaintiff COURT, IN AND
the weekend of 16 in FOR
November Monday;Dec. 2 County office Manager
-VB- HAMILTON
i iI COUNTY
Where dreams and
a b7Vail1ISi STz. st |tI may go Daytona Beach with their son and Clyde R. Payne, stated that J. D. SILLS Jr. asi FLORIDA IN PROBATE
I I sheltered so |Jfamily-JHr. RUBY SILLS. Isis wife. IN RE: The Estate of
and
; Mrfc James Adral in order to jive every farmer lit Defend&lltsNOTICE DOTS V. WUOIKR
: thrive and where doubt
May grow '
BlalrT .4r'\. ne-.
; [the OF SUIT
I world around. III and fear are not -' g; I]i county sufficient time to sub- STATE OF FLORIDA. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
thank Thee Father r. the apron Think still o flovely things that are 1 j : 'mit a request for" ,ACP assistancein TO RUBY SILLS, whose residence All creditors of the Estateof Dos
I MW Marcus Tyre rot'Crestvie\v la unknown: V. Wimmer. deceased are hereby
did need-. / not true solving conservation problemson You notified and required to file
(spent sometime with her parents are hereby required to file any
Be sometimes blind to .their land the sign-up period claim or demand which they
Of my t ; are bright sorrow, your answer or written defenses. If may
I :.Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver last have
againat
will extend any in the above said estate In the of.
I and / i make belive! through January 15, proceeding with fice of the
j the Clerk of this Court, County Judge of Hamilton
nnorrows1m week. She also' attended and to serve
i Home .
a 1964.i
forget in distill County Florida la the
JOHN F. KENNED With the many a the calm I that lies | a copy thereof upon the Plaint Ufa Court House
1 I usioned. {Demonstration meeting in Talla attorneys- whose names and address at Jasper, Florida within six (C)
worthy, 1/ '> eyes. hassee. i i Every farmer on record at the appears hereon OB ir before the SUh calendar months from the date of
And many an aspiration.that theybear Through.we'aU know that we must . '!county office will be day of December 19CS. the nature of the first publication of this notice.
mailed Each
claim
an this proceeding or demand must be filed
I I die being a suit for
Mr. Charles Collins of Madison announcement of the 1964 ACP foreclosure of mortgage against the in duplicate in writing and must
Making my life inost wonderousj(Yet you and I may walk like gods 1 following: described property.owlt: state the place of residence and poetoffice
--_- ._- -.- -Our' great'."*l *'C*- **&leader- i- l.-t; ib l:', ;:And --eyen:b W'Arh dr'" :qMt' 9flEr11a8tj; ; ] llZ'Sday)wRth;.J s-sister. including'i'I, details:on theconservation ; -.Th e.Ea se Jsa14p4 9 o1..caat,pLr&b. address of the claimant and
I and-noble : j land family Mr. anl-'ldis. Winston practtees' for'which, following described tract of must be sworn to4J),- ... ..
In hl/lt -'
his eyTtHt-irm
: immortaflity. "
With love. ...'andfovettaess. ,..almost land: One acre if land describedas *en o 6r int "
35th President of,the United States.. ."' : Williams. cost-sharing wil be available. Mr. follows to-wit: Beginning at become id according to law.
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the (signed) Kalysta. Belle WimmerExecutrix
Payne that Southeast comer of lot void
t requests farmer
iris day Saturday and Sunday any
from"fall L. tgOmery to Paul Hunter and from thence-
-1 "To us hands heSf" : zJt' Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Burnham who fails to receive his First publication
"" 1.. V i land Monday we set in our linving announcement run East 210 feet along the on November. 15.
I in church in children of Lal]eland+ Fla., Bill of the program contact the North edge of State Road Number 1963.
rooms as deep
throws the Torch=- Mr. and Mr Lewis, Mrs. land 6; thence North 210 feet Nov 15. 22, 21, Dec C.
Jerry' LeWis: Jfr. .anji;'Mrs Raymond ,sorrow,for the death of President of Washington Gea., and ASCS county office so that they .,, thance West parallel with said
If we break faith' camp left early in the week,Ke nnec .-*- !Frank Burnham of Macon spent,may provide him with one. State Road No. C a distance of
'. 210 feet; thence South 210 feet
Carolina I j some time with their parent and to the point of beginning,
He shall not sleep" for Orangeburg,fS. to I 1 It I Mr. Payne urges that agricultural con-
Sharon and Ralph Gay Jr. of grandparents i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. taining. : 1 acres. and being located 1UNG
spend Thanksgiving; with Mr. and I!, producers interested in partici- in the North half (Ntt) of CABINET.4.dra..r. sew
i Tho'buried now, in Arlington I Jesup came down to spend Sunday Burnham last vveel They came Section 4. Township A North.
Mrs. EarlesCarterrtlMr'Jerry: Lewis j j Nov. 24 with the families. \home due pating in the 1964 program study i Range 14 East. only+$49.9S at The Jasper News.
a student *at' Pembrpke. will join L to the Illness! of their the practices available in relation DONE AND ORDERED at Jasper'County'
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them there for the family reunion. father. the most important conservation : of Hamilton state of
i Wilmer and Linda 2'i its(t
Bembry and I
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fi problems on their farm before ft-- .. .
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A parade shot of valdosta Charles -.N
a cuts throughthe sons are coming down and Mary Elizabeth
Miss Putnal has number of coming into the County office to sub-
air'-a man slumps in his seat a :,for Thanksgiving with Ithe. Payton! Brandies and children of Ocala
dishes in which food mit a This will in
brought request. help
was I
And in an instant Bembrys. spent the weekend with their
more a nationis parents -. NEW!
when her sister died. These dishes I a practices cost-sharing is most need
melted
into grief as one in I and grandparents Mr. and Mrs :,
thought no bickering no op- arc not marked. Please go claim HLMANGAL ....TWOM.......... Gordon Alderman. i j I:ed. Additional assistance in conservation .
'them. It worries her that she can- Joel .and Jeannette Smith and planning can be obtained '
postion now. A nation grieves for IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!
not return them. little miss Kelli of Valdosta will When in doubt telLthe truth i:from the County Agent the Soil
its fallen :leader.
be down to have the little girls Mark Twain Conservation Service Technician,
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L God bless thee I The Mark XII
and
this Imperial
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Elizabeth Braswell ,
Young an en- First Thanksgiving with'Mr.. and. and the Farm Fbrester. The Agri-
1t God bless thee and '
me, 'j r prising young business wamon was Mrs Dan Braswell. Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and!j i cultural Conservation Program is
Send that we may take our way out early on Home St. at her per- -. .children spent the weekend: in''administered' by the ASC county

Happily. !cimmon stand. Edwin Montgomerythe Mrs. J. T. Bridges and Mrs.I(IBrooksville I] with their sister and I II 'committee I and the representativesof CAMERAonly.

God keep thee and me from sin 3rd over for the day with his Ernest Chandler left Tuesday morn I j jing family Mr .and Mrs. Jack Langwor these other agencies cooperate by
Whereso'er we roam. mother June (Mr. Ed Jr.) was for Stanton Military Academy \thy. I'providing technical assistance and
And when evening closes in ,assisting! Elizabeth. I|to have Thanksgiving with Stamps I i I(guidance to participating farmers.

Lead us home. S. ,1 Chandler a student there. I Mrs. Charlie Dens Mrs. Myrtice;I Although funds are not available $3.98

Caroline McCormick One 'thing I wish for Jasper is a a Sauls, Mrs. Rufus Culbreth and'for cost-sharing on all needed conservation ....
r a. dramatic club. In it b.I I Mrs. Grace stehens has ,I work will
my opoinion just*:]Mrs. I. L. Hart attended an annual every request COMPLETE WITH FLASH ATTACHMENT
There are two schools of thoughtin a lack in the small towns of the returned from a flight to DeQueen [meeting at Prospect Sunday. II j I receive careful consideration by
cooking rice rice cooked southeast. Arkansas where she went to visit J .' .'the ASC county committee.. Takes 12 jumbo size pictures in full color or black

where every grain is law unto itself It is a hard row to work but an aunt. J I Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer and chil- I I ---- and white on size 620 film. See it at '. ,
is chased around on the plate by plenty of action and interest. I r iren Faye: Betty Gean and Jimmy
an all determined fork the otheris . Another things I wish for Jasper I visited Mayport Sunday They also Viand I son Randall of Starke spent The Jasper News

The strength or weakness. our -each family, a ,fag ,, ]had : the chance of seeing and Saturday and Sunday withparents 1hejr
cooked :
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fluffy mass country Is found behind theclosedront A little flag or big -<- it .makesno I going :through the.., great: aircraft and grandparents :Mr i v.-.r. : v--- .r:t.-- "':-.J.ItetlBURCH
door Kttl! difference Mrs. Bert Zipperer and Mr.
a quiet person carrier Saratoga ;
"I thank thee Father for my living alone'and with.definite con-I Its like standing up to be. counted >. I Mrs. Broward Bryan. -

yesterdaysAnd vicitons -a family of riotous,boys to fly 'a flagon flag day. "Airs. Joe Sullivan has returned J 'Oltie '."; CO $ //Q iE t;1h
all their struggle where from and girls, a mother fighting1 i often .- home after spending;''two weeks in I I Rev.' and Mrs. Farnumv, nd! .
Peace was won literally to bring them u pto be good The City! HaD .the Courthouse Macon and Atlanta with her children son and Mrs. I. L. Hart ana eon -
I thank Thee for their need of strong, men and women. A father The Bank the chamber of commerce of Jasper visited Mr .and Mrs. There is no substitute for quality

Flame and praise who refuses to compromise with the Woman's Club the George Young Sr. Sunday after- ''I building materials; Be SURE-

For much attempted and some ,, things as they are. I V. F. W.. The News Office and an Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zipperer,I noon. &.!*
little WOO Sometimes the front door is the Jasper Churches should all be choose from our line that is neat

For all the joys ,of friendship that heavy oaken with brass hinges and r flag conscious. 1 complete and can't be beat!
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they brought, ail-sometimes a thin strip of pine Its putting our best foot forward DOES YOUR BUSINESS LETTERHEAD MAKEl -
And for the lessons that their keeping the leain. to fly our flag ': i"'C. i .
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I thank Thee for today. with workto 'by the k MrsMftrgJe tfcbne-irf Jix came :::. ,-' ( ;J'i. sa USED T-V
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do, Sometimes withiflFSs Snply *6f r,over Saturday -evening: unt "'Sun1 !" -oe4O--- '" J -

And strength where with to do it; hope and strength that then i is I day afternoon. j
For the song my glad heard singsit our weakness. a ONLY $50
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I The team of Health workers
'precious moments through. Who wins? Who can tell? We give were I IO/ IVls.
And for the duties that to it belong thanks: for food and clothes but J busy,.Sunday afternoon giving.polio I p4 USEDRefrigerator
shots.
For all the beauty and fulfillment is that enough? Humility for inner I I
Where in the world is such
found in care "
other souls, and in the strength.STUMP 'L"
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:. Too- -a : reading matter+ 'comes evident that'the woman be-I his life in l"the locale where the
I J' .YonWd:-Your School. tetb"Cla8SjfJ'j[ '; ,hs most coveted honor, "The Mc-
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j- Once again we s approach* and respects He Js 1 l and pleasure" In reading a in the solution of a murder mystery mous money'order. j t enter the electrical products field he- located- in Nokomis where he

specifically-set,aside by the :I ;: teacher'and +;good murder mystery\ or detective 1.No ordinary -private eyeV ne ; The clues are all there, anote._ |i I I He recently retired from the pres t gives his stare time to writing As
governmental agencies of our a retired prn-I 1 story.. Unfortunately this type of' knows his way about .is fluent in book with cryptic entries and other'idency of a large electrical manu- I he becomes farnOiar with this
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and of in a number of languages, which which are logical (
nation for the'purpose of countY a man material is being ground out I'I
thanks to Almighty God I civic service'such quantity that it has become stands him in good stead has ex- but you won't guess them. You will,,facturing corporation: and is a past state we can look for later stories
many wonderful blessings to -and state. He is more or less stereotyped with authors cellent police contacts and'a "wide ,,find it difficult to put the book down !president or tne inoustry's national with familiar Florida locales.
individuals and as a great I, and affable Hon I i resorting to sex'and violencein ] acquaintance and standing with'the I led.until the startling solution is reach-I -------

of free people. These Feagle of White an effort to cover sloppy writing surburbia set where much of the action : A.
J' ct the different governmental [ Mr. Feagle if we and poor plots. I takes place. -. { Seldom has an author achieved I I ct i UfT isrB
des of our j honor of running f Some such stories, become so I# The plot unfolds swiftly, smoothlyand such interest and genuine suspense i i I'. -
1 try .[ article in our column complex and complicated, burdened : logically from the comfortable',with normal, believable characters !I "
great I this he graciously with so many) characters that ,
the reader becomes confused and to a dingy New York apartment pattern of sex and violence.I rr lEAtiERS P
Heritage of I'! Feagle's article 1 J Y
, deep and I ", that appeared in finds it difficult to follow them. where a nondescript woman has found "Money Order Murder": I I JI J P PI
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lr Faith, as issue of the Florida In view o fthis situation, it was been murdered, to New Rochelle colorful, entertaining and exciting.
ion, in an : : is as follows: gratifying to find a story by a where small threads are woven into The author Stafford Edwards is 41i

God of ever j'I THANKFUL 1.I Florida author staffard Edwardsof t the,woman's, activities and to fam- known in.New..' York., he.,' spent mos. 3'1 v
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r [goodness to I 1 l for the sunrise Nokomis, who handles a mur- -
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thanks for His Divine county'I' pense as to make it delightful read-
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and caure. Such 1 ,for the sunset I ing.The
America I : booK entitled Or- CarsDEMANDS
out of me ranks day 'when we take is "Money
less atheism. There are so well we met the der :Murder" published by Vantage :L'\J' \

infinitely numberless forget self and to be press Inc. I think you will thorugh ...
which we could give others." n.AwaEXPERT CARE <
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neither words, or time or ,for the laugh-
and for the Love
could enable us to the adventure- of of God in the hu-
press all our reasons for of age.: man heart. DONT: AIT FOR A FATAL
giving. ,"YES BE THANKFUL .for America ,-
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it Just recently' is was BLOWOUT us today
pines ,the beauty of the land of dreams and hope for I
good pleasure to run er
i very excellent article o fautumn, ,the the I millins of oppressed people throughout complete line of famous tires or ,
of springs the world; a land rich on natural / -
the Florida
Education
Journal written bye one of I and the sound of the I[ resources, vast In acreage un- let us inspect your tires free of !
on its way to the limited as to future greatness ,a I
standing Hamilton County I land pulsating with life and vigor charge II I
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from White Springs who did I
for home, food!I and potential opportunity ;your ,
fine excellent job of presenting i I for life ,for friends,1 land and mane." CAR WASH only2.00 ,
reasons and ideas for
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PAGE.SiX THE.. JASPER. ;. NEWS-. .. JASPER. _FLORIDA. -. '. "- Friday, November 29. 196

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J Y this week:: from the Aftk" tBds cfRsHvmrjteG Si Ii; -' .rJ. virsg for.'Parsonage. la Dr. Holmes-- I United States;,John: F..Kennedy.,

; We-Bte to kDJW-: a family alheig;0fvtfee$" Smtths. Sunday night at the Meibc ist wastruh/jja' frterfto aB mnnirfart.
r' fjn'lt'1" NeB andArchie<< teei/aar' ia their Mrs. Smftfttrom t Quincy win, be]I
'. i Church like ,aTJ.Americas> :)? 'Jte;and was a Christian gentleman
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hearts*' wedo'them..: *
.*. .r 8 .S there-the host, riU be Mrs,JSrnesr,: and in the fsueh?a'Chris-
.i. : ," .. I):', ..7. -; ,. -: ,:,ameadrub: passing oftke passing o

t' OHJ> a ;-.,,-,. .'' "_ .1-.-.. ...-. .' ..... 'I When the Garden dub met laM.,wffl Smith be brother 21 around-the/table of Mrs. Fbfc. There come .President bFftie Unfted"Stated.During !ran;; Ua f. he t naBo c e vrarld

; :: t ',' seek at lilk\ s.,'Poac'SauBLm.' : %CrstC. Thursday.Jfcw.'27.lunderstand .. '. J h&-sermon i 'heinadeTiese'remarks i alt eoplea nave' suffered. .. a
...OVrni.fE, fJflJflS PagetThe B. Harrison had''charge;of.,the. -: : : :' Tne '.President 't>! the'!'.great loss.: .
program. J. .
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: Airs. Graham Black gave the
'rJ"r j 'Mrs. Irene Taylor Bess Jones; take then covered dishes out
Inspiration which was'
app-qJri-1
[.:Dorothy, ConnaUy, Hannah Bland ate scriptures and the Gardener's to brother Joe's and together with I THE AMERICAN WAY J
Armchair Plain Style I his "Covered
or A. ; Shirley Owens, Belle Atkinson, j Prayer. Mrs. Oscar Ratliff dishes" they will.
'Suitable.for Business HomelOffice: I II White Springs .C. V. Stormant the New Year books With an it gave was i make Thanksgiving feast.
i White Springs. Grace ,Polk Mar See.
I|dub in America. Mrs. Harrison!
D" Delores James White Springs. l The C. D. Barkers, Jr. have
Excellent $ 50'c demonstrated the use of pine cones I a
.-/ :. Marvin Rodgers, Terri Bonne,!I ULucUe I in Christmas peCorat D.. j j:lovely woodsey view from their p
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Leslie, Dorothy and Jimmy i living c ooi c ;i i ;
: I I room which well
I) Quality From Mrs. Havener President gave out
_: : .DeVane,.Jennings with Thanksgving Dayl{ Linda: will t MEV MS\\ r "
--.::; f |fie:! new year books withan it was, .#
f' be home from IMLRESf ? /
21 Va1&staaDd !
1:... $ Bill ana I jar' interesting session of the Jasper I so / .; !
at --- Dr. and Mrs. Kyser
: ti Garden Chit far the plan is for a quiet day and j j jthankful. oJ'
.. ., SY ?2-6331 daughters leave Wednesday to I w I .

.. spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. I Joe and Mabel Harper and little I.
THE .JASPER NEWS 'S" parents In Samson,. AlaJ
Kyser'sr' ,:,son are here to spend Thanksgiving Bo Bembry who is a pre-med. at t
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; for a visit with Ma Thanksgiving. ,,
,, Mrs. Capitola Kyser, is spending !V.;:,
Thanksgiving: with Mr. and' Mrs. belies family * ., ...
f f. 11 1 George Stephens;:in Jennings, Dr. Holmes .district ,Superintendent \ ..
... .. '. MRS. RINER HAS A of the Tallahassee Methodist |I ,i ///iT1f! :

.i Mrs. Carter Reid', Bill Anne and I 75th BIRTHDAY district arid Mrs. Holmes, were!t /A
lion went to Quitman.to bewith Mfs. Riner mother of ProfessorM. Sunday evening dinner guests of II!
Gin; QOU "her parents for Thar>icsgving- The L. Powell had a surpise birthday the Rev. and Mrs.' Norman Booth j

mother continues. to be quite ill celebration Sunday Nov. 24. and Dana Booth at the Methodist] E'i
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i (2Ji'4nceN ,Mrs. R. D. Vickery. Virginia,' custom and'- 4 Dennis and Jimmy are spending pedal-.just'tf 75th birthday-was ,

Thanksgiving} with Mr. and! Mrs. surprised and,"very: pleased to find t
v and husband :Mrs. and Mr. N. S. I

/II I Mrs. Avriett tells me Col Avriettis Wilson and her brother Mr. Dewey I
tL ': much improved (he is still in Powell all of Jacksonville grand-
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"jJ Hamilton Hospital) They expect a duaghter and husband Mr. and Mrs I

pleasant Thankful Thanksgiving. I Don.Whaley and little son of Bun- 4Lf 'RJew. .1 w- \
+J7E V D CftURcW Babs and Bill Auman and children swick. All there to greet her and< o P'
came in Monday morning..Bdl :wish her -tertqvity t
a Happy Birthday
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has just returned from duty I It was one o fthe planned surprises

BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CTJTIRCH OF Korea- : that really Mn1 d What is insurance? Is it month ,

BAPTIS CHURCH I Between..'Jasper-,and.'Jennings CH1iISTBabs (Mrs. AumanisoneloZ) the I Mrs. Riner has many friends ey? Not exactly, but it represents No More Favors Please!
Pastor Rev.
Henley hostesses at the Welcome! tion Jasper who would add to her birthday money. --
Monday School __... 10:00 ajn. ion highway 41 .' .
greetings.
atHffliard. 1. Life insurance1 is fund \ .
Sunday Mora, Bible Study 10 toll a reserve .. .
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Morning Service .;. 11:00 a.m. . .f f f .
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: Evening Worship _.._i 7:30 Sunday evening.Service: ...... 7:15 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McNeil: areleaving O. L. Joiner and wife Joanne shoes warm clothes school books, '

Midweek Prayer Service every Wed. Evening,Bible,. Study .. 8:00 Wed. to spend Thanks were here Sunday with their seven bus fare and a host of other ne i' '
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Phone WE8-2091 giying in Charleston S. C. with their children The Joiners. have two cessities. '
Wednesday at 7-30 p.m. : : FILMS
son Charles and his wife MajyJand small children of their own. The : .<
Life insurance is security. It
JASPER FIRST METHODIST"The new baby. .: 9nn: others are older 10 12, 14 years -
Friendly Church"N. FIRST-BAPTIST,CHURCH ..' .. ;..' and later two other boys 16 ,17 keeps your children secure if any- I ). ,,,
E. BOOTH Sayer Canovo, Pastor. happens to the family bread
Pastor Linda: McNeil of Atlanta coon Perhaps these last five are t emthing
'- ORDER OF SERVICE Sunday;School;sf ,,.....:,, 9:45 ing home Friday for'' porary members of the family winner. It pays off the mortgage. I I
Sunday School ._ __ 9:45 Morning!:\shf' ._ 11:00' It children through col- {
a.m. phionW ajn. Irene'Mike who rece 't va1+tJndas perhaps not. At this time they. are puts your I D.eveloped
Morning Worship: .. 11:0.0.a.m. Training ''''.. 645.;p.m' Indian friend .fronY Atlanta who lin need of a home. lege. You can make life,insurance ,
Evenrtg'WarsiP........ 8:00 : I
Everyone is invited
Pra erServidestWednesday. .. spent! a weekend here>ri I abor dayis Someone thought of the JoinersTo -: do many things. |
EVENING
SERVICES: ,at -- going to Mexico-for"he;--bo1icay.t) r be sure the house was big; Life insurance means ,selfi
I Junior Fellowship 6:00 p.m. : .m. '
If the passel -NQw 24-HOUR SERVICEBLACK !-
and earner
/ enough it'came about that the respect. wage
.Jr. High Fellowship 6OQ: .p.m.> I .
Youth Fellowship ..._ .:00 ''pm JASPER CHURCH OF GOD Maud .Havener and Inez McCall heart of 'this man and woman away it can enable your family to J .. ,\
:Worship Service '1ocr"P m._ Irving W-Hughes, Pastor I planted ( or had planted) 35 rosebushes were even bigger than the house I say "Thanks but we don't need AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR
Monday- such as Mirandy O. L. is in charge of the Payrol charity we can manage," j '
Youth Social Hour 8:00: pjn. SundarSchoal"-L 10:00 a.m. I 't SLIDES OR PICTURES
Peace Radiance, Florae LeHollandj ,lout at the ,Copeland Sausage Co !
Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15 p.m Morning Wjpxshipij 11:00 aja. 1 1i Health Insurance also means se- .
Evening IT7:00 .j 'sasa near Alachua.. Joanne also works Film For Sale
1JOrj1p p| PJO. curity. It can tide you over when .
1! BETHEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST TUESDAY Mr .and Mrs. J. V. McCall are I Each member of the family ,has illness cuts biff hunks out of the Polaroid Film 35 m.m. Color Film Other Film
Bible Study at 1ft ajn each Sun- Prayer 3M nf)>V:- 7:30 p.m. on,a trip to Palatka Mr. McCall work to do.,There is discipline family budget. It carries the bur- j
11 Church Service 11 7 visiting with daughter Madeline there is orderly kindness and con-
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4 Sundays each Month T. P.''K'l; .i1)lir7F.:-;*. 7:30 p.m.RdBYTEJf Hancock and Mr. Jodyi! hunting in l I''sideration.and,P.Yer'aU love. paycheck den when temporarily.an accident: stop your t Bring Your Rolls To. .

PBYE 6:60. pjn. each: Sri.day T r the government: Reserve near MaybeYill be tempura Y
.."Elder L.. M. DeVane pastor CHURCH. Ocalo with Mayor Frank Hancock. children maybe pots Even. a small amount of insurance J. THEJASPER, NEWS.. .
'" :! WHITE SPRINGS In' our usual humdrum world o f 1 can make the difference be-
JASPER PRESBYTERIAN 1 Rey, Wgn* 'fal.Zaut m The O. W. Norwoods have built "getting ad.'it; Is an unusual farm- 'tween happiness and despair. Is SY 2-6331

CHURCH SERVICE Evening. ?I.fServjce f."...,.'1:30 p. m.BURNHAM a fence across their back lot and ly. It snacks of long ago -or o t your insurance adequate?' I > '..
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The Rev. William W. Van Zant .
III will. plant. roses. on it. the world as. it should be. -_._-- -- I'I
Sunday SthooL.-9:45 a. m. J >CHISTlAJtOiygCH ,- .' w :" .

Services >, ... .._...._.11K30 I ;! "- The Florida Pry! Association I The Bob Finks are going to Cam- f'-/: .
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JASPER ADVENT Paul'lL tewart. Pastor elected Bob Inert Vice President ".. --A ,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday1'Sch86l0eachSunday 10:00tburcb"'Servft The Ehlerts identified themsel
Travis < & Second and Fourth,selves with the Press Associationsoon
Rev. Carter
Sundays,. .............. WALK ON ; ftXnt"ER. SHOtJLD &E ttUVILECTDTO
Sunday School ............ 10 am. f 11:00 after coming to Florida and ;U1"f" t-1T .
Homing Service ........ 11:00 a.m. CYF and Bible l 'Study Second and i I attends the annual meetings. .
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Fourth, Sunday Viights.. ...... 6:30 I; This year it met at Silver Spring 'IN 'IUNT' SSBYQURAP..ATHIS& ... .CONVENIENCgtj
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Wednesday. night: j' on Nov 15 and 16.. v-

Choir Practice ...... 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST To be made' Vice President of
prayer Service....... 8:00 pm.'d the Florida Press is a distinct reccfmition -
** "Enter-Rest.- Pray"Pastor of ability and Jasper i ihonored Is .
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DIVONIA BAPTIST' CHURCH : W. Rogers Sr. also. '- .D.DV

i Rev. Trtdtt Comer Sunday School.each Sunday l0a.m.. == = .

Monday School _.._ 10'reaching a.m.. Prayer Meeting each '!Thurs 8 p.m. A renewal- the news came ..... __ T"J-\,7J.-gg-I"

,,._.._..-..._.. 11 a.m. :Worship Services 2nd and 4th ii- .., ,- '7 --..:.:- ;-;-,_ .L.' -' LP SHOP \
"Training. Union .......... 6:30: p.m. Sundays at 11 ajn.and at 8 p jn i :

I Preaching: Service .*.... 7:30 p.m. i NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 1
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(Wednesday night Prayer Rev. N. M. Rowell, pastor c. UWRn
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WHITE SPRINGS I .. td. S IOIgAR 1 BAPTIST Live Oak 362-1525 -1 1: .4u% y ? We Produce. and Process

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4'Jeruda_a!Florida : 1( .. own'Milk
Eev. C. E. (Bailey, Pastor Nathan Wooley. Pastor Federal Land BankASSOCIATION 1f 1'I: our direct from,,
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Sunday School 10:00 a.m. :
Sunday School STORF..S'
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Morning Service 1,1:00 a.m. is
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Training Evenitur Union Services____..8 7:00:..-00 pjn p.m., Preach1n llrtSa a.,Service m. and Each 70 Sunday at LIVE:OAK .-" .;- WOJtK AT pti1lT.' ..
p. m. MILK A FULL \ DAY FRESHERFARM
Wednesday prayer service 8 P.m. Prayer :Meeting Each Wednesday 311 South Ohio Avenue

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Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH FRESH FOR NATURAL FLAVOR
Sunday School 10.00 aja. W. D. Stewart Pastor

(A class for every age group) Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.' Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. (& -
Youth-"Fellowship _... 6:00 pjn. training Union --._...... 6:30 p.tn. Peop "
PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship 7:30 I & T. at In ,
WhiteTSprisgs. 11:00 every aja. Sunday at Wed. Prayer Meeting .. 7:30 p pjn..rat ..i.1t1.on. fk ro.; .' NE' -y,, yoUSrtoDri'Y e -- .

Swift Creek 3:00 each p.m.Third Sundayat GREEN RIDGE GOD CHURCHOF I -: ,: '! : 0.-. .: t

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Earl fleas NEW BOSTITOI't' ..
i STATENVILLE. SnndajISehooljl?:_ 10:00 ajn. Homogenized d & Pasturized .
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Allen Brooker Pastor Mol'D .Wo <- ",,11:00 ajn. '. ,._!.s ; ; :. ; i .f '
Sunday School _.1 10:0a: .in. Wednesday Prayer N* Z:: 7:30 paoT St PferI SEARS & SONSCOMPLETE f
Service

.Sundays"Worship Service-. ....._... .2nd 11:00 and ajn.4Ch Y. P. E. Friday Night 7:30 I MILK :

I Jr. and Sr.. MYF 7:00 pjn.Each Sunday at JENNINGS* ASSEMBLY CHURCH OF GOO AUTO SERIACE In Disposable No Deposit

Prayer;, Meeting Each Thursday at "f
J 8:00 W**; ,.Sunday. School each Sunday at PLASTIC CARTON ITC .
HYP Social Hour Each Thursday 10:00 a. m.
J t Services ,Each Sunday morning '
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SUWANNEE CHURCH OF .+ .and evening NOW ONLY__:____..__ half galj
THE NAZARENE I Old time Gospel Sing last Friday' : ..... Pianos Organs

I each, .. ... SAVE ON ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS HERE
Facfl Florida r I'! 8 pjn. ... CI IC.
Bert E. Wheeler HOUSE, OF MUSIC

Sunday School ........ 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Use it for fs'g Papers. COLONIAL
JPraacbfag Service ......1190 AJ4. sc'* STATE GEORGIA la

Eveteg;Service ........ '7:30 P.M. D. W. Eanaon Pastor 'ayesIeaes NEW. ,USED AND.RE.UNUFAcrtJJIE t 'If
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Sunday School 10:80 s..IlLo1"J1i + >M p dscbooL I ''\' 90C
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BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union 6:39 poc.rvice f i for easy carrying in cu-+cry

Rev. Marcus Morrison, pasterv: Prayer,. Wednesday. t i pane or )fericf b ewe. Dowr\ Payment. ..Up. tot : : .
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fifth Ssnday 19 .... lUll.WHITE' staples oat offer Can Called and our dis-
Fa feiBff Sftric. each Sunday ,SPRBfGS .11ee-k 1IMBewr desfsed.: play truck win bring it to '
Farm Fresh For Glass
at 11 a.m.and 7:&$ pja. CotH.lUGA TInIr.&Y: HOW ..... .. J.IeM trmiBugjuijuuuca. ... yan'-. Natural Flavor In

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(November 29,_ 963 ___ '-'!!-' .__:_' '_ XgL 'J;:4 S_PE R. NEWSAS: : 1 P.E_ !t.,c111'RI.D.A': : :, PAC 'SECFN. .

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still_ poser,' for one be .r'.lrlti: 1i. :r'rt.4.) 'o ,"1. y.'eHAA'k&S&a'Dror1. 9d !!: ; QO c&tsf on? nei1ll 'I Jas'f1ig Scl Mask ta$t; 'ald ,J a ;Pfontrictlyrlr

s t g The schools \ l :): abbik &1spP-
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.M11."i z d To'thanksgiving :
nothing.Less...This_ is,.acooti. uDlis_ __' :_f9ld:p-(1lPJ.tb.i1i t '!v-"S' theJewsX a.cyf"'t- o4 them--.u, orr mxfrsGay. Do you"realize b dreaded" Zf by liSy all*.3t VJ.because iS v* "1 she-r"*t gas w .=llial the Javier tai./T2i -first ,gatne< i un 4::80 i 0 ut

by obeying from the heart that also I (others being the J that wein,_ America arejhe ; : the year aril.be,boyj an l gills
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form "C.RV or inanKs' .v. . $IOJU:
oirkimm e'once-"tt n'ft Gentiles Tan d'i!e y sKalT near"'my only people"l\.t.he world who cele- Parson Bumble, a .baChelor :playing White Springs.' Game time i =

ed to ;the saints. ,Roman 6:15-18,*voice aid hfere shall be one shepherd jbrate Thanksgiv. r g T Why are we son from Gunbarrell Holler par is 7 p.m. I Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 i
Jude 3, In the first century after, ,thankful? Do thank God for was Mr. and *
( 'and"bnef fold. Most all will you i always around. Curtis"Wethering- Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and" Publisher ",
the establishments of Christ's .. the little things Q fillet Do MEETS
quiddy agree.that threre, is only' you ton did an exceflent-job :as the "Par p. T. A.
,church Peter preached the first i| one shepherd - recorded gospel sermon. He j completely deny that there only And your friends IDT kind words. "1 jTUESDAY, 1 1t l.-C_

preached with the power which was one fold which Ts the church.. Paul Be thankful for whatever you Grandpappy Better, known as!> The P .T. A, will meet Tuesday NEWSby
given by the Holy Ghost which ac- have a.tXask God,to help you thru Robert KeeKng' brought down a
I through inspiration set: forth the night December 3 at the Elementary _OF..
companied the establishment of the all life. '
j six.plank".platform, fo ;janity of allbelievers : laugh each time,J>eappeared. ,He School at 7:30. Since there are Sirs. Mary Coffin :
church. Mark 9:1. As result of his Thanksgivin iJis
a : a day when families *
in the Efcfaesian epistle always barefooted and really fewer
soul .. came meetings"we wish everyonewould THANKS WSCS to be held Monday nite*.
words ,
stirring faith -
was get together
in 1 produced -{versesl:6: of Chapter four. "So could! "Fiddle"Elmer try to attend. Come and represent December 2 at the home of Mrs.;!
the minds of.,this massive lefs make this the best '
audience gathered together here in t We Have' taken the long way I Thanksgiving ever.. Applemst none other than your child. I E f I Ir [Cora HUlhouse. Hostess are Mrs..

the city of Jerusalem. Ror 10:17 j I around in g tting. to the answer I Delmer Smith, caused many laughs r .L \\ish.to. takglxels'OpporAuiity I i I Mildred Shiver aJtt MrsfCbraHlz'
to'our question but sometimes this ,,.. ,... tvasti'tnadhthineer' 'house.t The be
and the I- .. .e. lie 'in IHOSPTTAT NEWS to thank each alidf. 'everyone, including program will by Mrs
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Y fcrjedvoutWMentvAnd';' XNow' fet 'us",,0 JEXNINGS : 1L A.-NEWS ('
brethren, what shall we do?" They Txfdorriei* ne ssary love with Hessie. 1 t! the Doctors and nurses for Elizabeth Griffin. Everyone is invited .
notice again Eph. 4:4 there is one: Lavon Burnham, a young smart I the acts kindness to me while .
, were convinced cf their crime and : I Saturday, November 23t seven-
_ lost conditions before', and wanted body. Then Eph.-: 1:22-23 the body teen Jennings FJuture Homeakers stranger who was making agricul-j' I was in Hamilton County Memorial -I i The commission on Education
. .is the church. And in OoL 1:18 he ..
'instruction as to what God went to Chiefland to attend the utraL Hospital last week.God"s I meet to be held Tuesday rite December
(Christ) is the head of the body
for I I annual district Congratulations to all of the : 3, 7:00 at the Metho-
required them, to be saved. the meeting. Those attending Richest Blessings on each pm
who is' beginning the
the church .
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Peter said unto them "Repent and first born from the dead that in were Linda Butler, Sue seniors* ona #job.well. done.. !I,i one.. ,dist parsonage. This is. very important
be baptized for the remission of Butler, Barbara Henderson: Glenda : W/'R. Miller i and \\"eish that all member:
all He (Christ) have the I
thing
your sins .. Acts J2:37r38 Then, : may,' Hewitt Mary Wells, Annaree Hiers PERSONALS j I and teachers please be present.

we read in verse 41 that about 3,000 preeminence.name Jackie Hiers, Miriam Howell, Sha- |:PATIENTS IN HOSPITALMrs. I I To all the friends neighbors and WSCS is sponsoring a rummage
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r But what must members Deedee DeVane was absent from'
precious souls obeyed his command I.''of r this ? Let first ron Howell Barbara McCulley, Lin Mary Hughes I I relatives of the Frank M. Hender. sale December 7. Please contact
body wear us notice !
to be baptized for.the remission of da Smith, Carolyn :Mathis, Martha school because o fi11ne, Ss. We hope''i Mrs. Louise Wynn son-the'' family their deep them about some things you can
understand express
r sins and they were added unto them principle a very When easy a child to is born into Newsdme Nelda Stoner Gail Sulli- she will soon ipe back at school. >Max Hartley .I I and sincere thanks for their thoughtfulness give to this worthy cause. .

i the Apostles we continue in.the a physcial.family that child bears van .Betty Sue Zant and MIss Bartiara The whole student body is happy ;''Mrs. Kah/sta Belle Wimmer in remembrance. of their Mrs. Virginia Daniel is home
second chapter of acts on down to Pearman. Mrs. Joe Howell to have Don Tyre back at 'school. !:Mrs. Edith OCain i i after undergoing surgery at Val.
the family name ,all of my childrenare daughter Lucfle Henderson?Naeve
verse 47-we see it worded this way, of the same last name. Thomas Mrs. Lawton McCuDey and Mr. He was in the hospital for 10 days Mrs. Shelby Jean Mengerson 1 I I I Henry W .Naeveand dosta .She is recovering nicely. Oun

in the latter part of the verse "And 'is [and Mrs, Jlemmec Smith accom- because o fan injury received in Mrs. Carolyn Ogburn prayers and best wishes are with
.and so it with each respective daughter"Lori:
Lord added to the church daily ;panied the F. H. A"ers. the Jenning Crescent City Game. Mrs. Loretta Sullivan her.
such as should be saved family in every cornmunity'of: this I Mary Wells, a ninth Surely hope that do not have Mrs. Loye Neeley Frank and Kate Henderson
or as were I world. This will help us, to. understand grader, was you and family- I Persons in White Springs having;
being saved. the name we.are>to wear as 'one of the candidates for district any more trouble. |Tobe Butler c news they want printed in the

Another passage of scripture .'disciples of Christ as' .we notice reporter. She did a fine job and lost S'S. I Alberta McOain ePATIENTS The family of the late i ti. Ella I Jasper News please call me at my

which shows that it is not in the ,, John 3:3-6 which shows theta newI only by! a close margin. Many of the students win go on.| DISCHARGED. Lock Washington wishes to extend home or see me. Phone Mary

power of man to join the new testament -I I I birth is that which puts one into the !: Three girls from our chapter, hunting. trips over the holiday season -j C JL Avriett Grantham ._.r.; their sincere thanJtS'.to their" many)Collins 397-349L

church nor his place to vote kingdom of God, into the church Mary,; Wells, Linda Butler and I Emory friends for every1 expression Of sympathy I
as to who may become a member I Jackie Hiers accompanied Miss Rev. and Mrs. L T Carter entertained Mat Sallie.Camp I
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into his family I Tun 315. This is Mrs.-Artiie RhOdenW. ;for service food cards,|FOR SALE Lot on Sn vanne
there of is Cotossians 1:13-14. "Who a birth of two'elements, the water Pearman sang "Siwing on a the football players and' Miller telegrams beautiful florals ,and*River at Suwannee Springs, Rea-
R.
hath delivered us from the power of i i and the spirit which aQudes to baptist Star" in keeping with' the theme. the coaches to a "Chicken Fry"last I Donald ,kindness. May God bestOW his richest sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert. Real

h darkness ,and hath translated us I|I notice 1 Cor 12:13 and,, Rom. The theme "Education 'Tthe Friday evening. Everyone reported -, Do11 TyreMrs. > Darnels blessings upon each of you. Estate Broker. 792-6331 tfc
into the kingdom of His dear son: 6:36.I 'key to your future" was well em- a swell feast and a good' thy I Rosa Mae Scarlett, daughterand
In whom we have redemption I [phasized. The time. Thanks, to the Carters. 'Mrs Marjorie Westberry .
I j I So when a person is born anew program was en- \. David Kelly family USED TYPEWRITER 40. Recently
through his blood, even the for-' joyed by all.Jennings 555
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in good
reconditioned
,of the water and of the spirit in
Otis --Lc: oCatherine
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giveness of sins.: JENNAREA CLUB TO MEET >
i was in charge of the j News
order. The Jasper
baptism he arizes from the water Allen c working
Prior to this evaluation of the .y
day when the church meetings.
with his new name "Christian"this : The community club of Jenningswill 'Essie Mae Roudie c
or kingdom became a reality all of''(I is the name of whleh'prophecy Barbara' McCulley district reporter meet the first Thursday inj J IIELP FOR SALE Gelding saddle horse.

the prophets and inspired .writers had spoken wasrtp )e given Isa. for this yeardid an outstanding December at the school lunchroom. 1 ..., ... Very gentle. $125 cash. See Lee
had spoken of the tact that one job Saturday. She has served f j 3 tfc
62:2 which wasundouikely given at This will be a Christian meeting:: STDP'a Tompkins Rt Jasper
day salvation was to be made avail- Antioch A.1F 11fi2friMt rylhen Paul well ,. .
able to all nations 5S *
through Christ
s tried to persuade King Agrippa to .
JENNING HIGH SCHOOL i WOODS
the seed of Abraham and throughthe SENIOR PLAY: .
obey Christ aid "Almost
kingdom: : or church which waSto Agrippa. 1 "Hessie in the Hills" given by the
BASKETBALL, =-
thou: persira, estntta( become a"Christian" SCHEDULE
come, which Christ would buildor Jennings Senior Class was a grand i' A.J Kew arriVals -..
Acts 2628.; peter ...
so says'the gang. Nov. Home .
establish. Read Gen 12:1-3, Isa. ,Sat. 30 Dasher 6:30
2:2-3, Dab 2:44, Matt 16:13-18, shows only name thi tJ to.tojpeythe5 wear| inrT proper, Pet.. 4:16.and Farrell'..J&Knam did- 'all of the ; Fir. 'Dec. 6 Madison4 away 7:00Sat. i J .. r _

Mark 9:1, Luke 10:9, Luke 22:18, And"ag iIY s Wi$i at-is in .no other announcing and"" such. a good job, Dec. "7 Lake Butler Home. 6:30 Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Ray West-' :

and in Luke' 24:47-49 is recorded name .than .,Chrtst Acts, 4:12 and ,did he that'thePi AJ system went j Tiie. Dec. lo Branford Home 7:30]I'berry, Baby Boy, named Glen' Noii 10F ELECTION-
what off. Anyway Farrell could be Fri Dec. 13 Monticello 1:00 '
exactly Christ-said would be Christ nam .repeated each time : heard. Aaway Westberry, born:? November 221963_ '.
preached among?: all;nations begin- ; by the audience.This '- -, Sat. Dec! 14'White SpgS'away 7:00 o.iUY: -,I

ning at Jerusalem. This is exactly we say.'Criistia'n"who are in God's. Sow'e'see family thata,11 'inKis ; play was coached by Mrs. Tue. Dec: 17 JaspefTjHpme'! 6:00: ) & g"fl I$ I ISH JREBY' GIVEN, that the '
are Mr. and Mrs. Asher Gerard Sullivan
what, Peter and the .rest of the in- RusseUV Alderman and- RSr.- Mo Fri. Dec. 20 tayo f'Away 6:00: ejected Mayor for !
spited'men of the Bible taught from j. chur e,1 ind. all avlio' !?ire t lathe Elroy and his' department >were I CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS *. Baby Boy named Richard Genera1eEio. \\\\t\ \viici} vifllae a

church arer of the" game name Sat. Jan. 4 StatenvffleVHome'E 6:30 Michael Sullivan, born November d 2 councilmen the period .
the
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that day forward and is-still being noth- espopsiplg .for ,thefi. .perfect" r I11- }
"giristian"4nothingjf4re
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proclaimed by faithful gospel pfe .ing less. The wearing of :: other ;scenery; "fPr--M4 azudP, :Cr.acJr.ett. Fri. Jan. 10 Gteen HeTlome 70 25rJ96i--'Fraternal *' : -1 if 4 year3JFwbt7nJV.be y field on the: First Tuesday In --
any Old Pa ,. Sat.: Jan. 11" > 5:45 grandparents Mrs.
chess across the world today. :j. .name) i is condemned in the Bible I when Qracket,* was.perfect especially Fri. Jan IT LakelW'awV aSherjvaY''-5i4s CJyde Sullivan Live Oak and Maternal !March, f96K vHircfT is'the3rd. day bf'the month The Church or kingdom was in and is the of religious >Jj8 appiear dvin his jJm.sfc r ii5v -r
cause divi- file !
and Mrs.
the-mind-of God +long handles. Sat Jan. IS- BelT t1 Ifotte 7t30Tue : Mr .J.. B. Sapp, that candidates.Idtlhesei officies are, required to
from'eternityandIs .stO.rt JtIt1Jm: d o'liedieinceto -
the medium through which God the command: of God read for Robert' Red)" Hefdel'son did a Jan. 21 Gree>will| Away 7:00 Jasper.. petition :foFmcfttrirUtiorf signed by 10 qualified electors -

desires all men' to be reconciledunto yourself] 1 Cbr 11013. WHAT perfect job because he was satis- Fri. Jan ,24 Mayo: ,Home "6:30. .. he 4th lay of December 1963 t'
not ear an
!i ed1vith life. Sat. Jan. 25 Lake Butler away 6:00 Mr. and Mrs.: Rufus Maurice :
him. Peter says He (God) is NAME DO YOU WEAR? {, llhouse Tue. Jan 28 ffiOO Neeley feaby Girl f and hot : 2nd 1964. If more<<:-than
not willing that any should perish, Kenneth E. Thomas evangelist' .I:8ui5e f as Ma Cracket : Jasper away ,. nam.e4'Debra .. J latex\yi .hrlJPI{ nuary ; I

but that aI1-should come to repent;i' Oa1tGtowe was always.}! senttffiaital and understanding Fri. Jaife-31: 'Lakelan=Homer: ] E1ain'N eley' born' November '25" two:calididates< e-jQominited; for any office then a

tance II-Peter. 3:9.: Notice'also Eph. 1" BotC l2G:J e srii4 s 1i 93820911EDS about" ipp hing.. Sat. Feb 1 Stateni4llaway away: '6:0a 1963 ; 'I 'primary election--*ill I bheld on the first Tuesday I
Hessiejhe: ;finvas: :always .Tue. Feb 4 Branforo 7:00 -. & $& &.t>* tni/i
yearnin \ epn nuig. Sybil -1 Fri. Feb-7., White SogsTHome 7:30 \Mr. and Mrs.'Jerry Ogburn, baby 'r-'i February, wh4chisthedLtb| | day of February, 1964 I

CLASS1FISEVERAL !I Johnson surely "dfa & great job. Feb. 13-14-15 Suwanne Conf..Tams.Fri. Girl Reginia Marie Ogburn, born I This-27tn-dayofNc3Vembcr 1963 ,

;:-':;'Barbara Joe Henderson, better Feb. 21 Madison Home 7:301 November. 26, 1963 ,
.known as Arkansas was alwayswanting I Feb 25-28-29 Group''TournnientMar. -'w: wwr ,. + v: By order of'the City Council ;
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USED REFRIGERATORS GOOD USED TV Installed for a beau 5-6-7 Regional TournamentMar Hilda Vann Rouse and daughter V'' Clerk
Best of condition. Pric- 100.00 andvUp-vWannjngs, } Radio Sharon Howell was-<>vfery clever 12- 3-14 State--Toument Martha Bell Rouse of Valdosta visit j tf-r: r: .Lallian L."Bembry, Cfty
ed to sell;: Mannings Radio Service Service. 792-4421, Jasper. tic I I
: as Berthy. She was. the younger! ed friends in Jasper Monday. ;. i.i'l

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FARM FOR SALE :-- 520 acres, Real Estate Brokers, Jasper tfcI' ,. .' '>1. ''t. .. ')> t.-, .. .
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1 2 door lymcuth5125, 4 door Chev. FOR SALE IN JAaPER-2FIve lots ". ANNOUNCEMENTS', .J( 't., INVITATIONS ,., ..a

$125; 206 theater seats at $2.00 gas and two houses in good 1 Aetghbor- r _. .': r : .

stove $22. Four room house, city hood. Only $5,000. Call Robert ;, .. j
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C. O. Shepherd. Jasper, N22p 792-2985. Reg. Real Estate Brokers.. .rt

VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin FOB---SALE1961- f-j,, Ford_ ,-"Galaxie. Whatever Ytiri; Prilli1I Needs Call, '$ Firsts ., ;. .

Live Oak Florida for all your Radio, Heater Power Steering., :: ,
musical needs from and Automatic Transmission clean.
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Sale. Good condition. $40 and i : My pocket lost out of ; -f : ?. ,;. Coronet Wedding Line '.
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pants pocket. either in ;Jasper) or '
F $50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper i Machines & .. : J9R : : : ':
phone 792-4421 tfc ,Statenville last 'Thursday Nov. 14th Staple Staples .. -r r .. ; : :_ .JNVITATIONS .

t It didn't contain any money but had Adding Machine Paper Rolls TOP QUALITY JO1S1fOI .
BIAN WANTED drivers license* cards, etc. Liberal v-;; i. :. .- ""' : &&-.{ .-. ,

operate a retail-Watkins to manage' Route and in Reward! -* : ;V .' t Typewriter Ribbons Carbon. Paper .d ANNOUNCEMENTS

this area. Earnings of $125.00 per''t Judge Folks HuxfordI 4 ;K >,: =

week from very beginning. Write]:I I L Homerville. ,Ga. Nov 29p It .... .. Typing Paper I;: 1r ".k.s. ... ..1 _... nt'--; .' -'
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McGarity. P.0. Box 627 Willis 1 1 : ,
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ton, iFlorida. N29c ROOM Largepri It.. : GUAn. :, F' :; '-_ .
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u.. heat $8.00.to 19.00 wed. y*House. f'a., ..... ..___, l. .3k: .i ? '.:' ,_- -. -' .
NOTICE Mr. Pete! Register, N. :between. schooHwas*-, and; ... 'ti".1., .. b.... '. :",-. '"i-. -' Ii': u- .; .". ." '.--l.a.. ... "_;"...-.l "" ,t. "....' ,.,
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West 2nd Sti Jasper, now JHN ih use \. .. .s:.Jr".!. : I'l. .. -.
1 charge of the rental of the.PeoplesApartments. 1 t t 0 4We.. r L uiPPedt :H"p: ;; Wee4d&] flvOACBdy I'iaMl:''' i y.- 'JF; L :"':. :" ;Ii

Vacancy-two comfort-I W Al'TEDMiddle af lady to i ,, 1'1.. ...,. 7 ..,{. _. '..J. ." -=L'Y".: 4 ,. .. ..,. -tA. .- ..N -.. .. I"r"JoI

E ably"furnished one.bedroom,apart- live {tq).l and, keep house tier my "" ,.-t"., _. m. ''''';'; J. :; ...,..,.. ;'. _..G...&" l..... . / ... ;, 0 ..Lm --- ...-.... --"- .
jwents.Int r ed.ee Mr.Regifter; ;i iao-. der; Must-*-":s3eaFt: I:;- ... Y. -- ""' .... f'S" .'&.....-' -- ,-. oX ."'!: "r't s .;.>"" ". ._'. ., ..
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\ I I years old. Small salary. Will be I I'OBox32. ;1 --v' :.It't.:': aip'tt. :. f ei' i SYclmoreFi .2-6331 )

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Used once. Cheap. Mrs 'Simpson,much Work:"""Witte Box 123, WiersMalef I "," '' .- I' rUT ::iL. =-. .. .

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