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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: December 27, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.','. :. 1 Too late ,to.-Classify i '. A. 'NEW' YEAR, .'S ')!. t Jim Black is Support Your Chamber In 64
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''!'' .- ." "Br RUSSELL: RAY '. ". About soms of the joYs that'wne attest in sight ..' Chairman 1964 : Frequently we hear the comment. What does the

4 s i',, t.am ? foebtedr} to, Guideposts,' '. Then reminders of all the mistake ilade in the past Heart Fund DriveJames Chamber of Commerce do? This remark is generally made

(inspirational rftagazme, edited Seem to hold and fold hlin until at "l st '' .- by a person who has not followed the work of the Chamber

by.. 'Kannan jVmcent' Peale, for He realized it wasn't really a dream..atall -.:-! ,.. G. (Jim) Black has accepted and is unfamiliar with i its accomplishments. We invite
briflgtegto my." attention'the actiyiry Bat a.conviction of anew, vision to aisweTa.call ; the County Chairmanship(, of I I
of an inspired Tampa woman '"" That dream he dreamed on New.Year's night ,.* ",. the Hamilton County Heart Fund you to come to 'our meetings, which are held the second

who for"2 years>has been making It gave him a deep thought and'puri delight r..'. Drive for 1964. I Monday,evening,in each month ,in the Chamber of Com

,doll clothes,,for the Salvation Army. He saw the buds swell and flowers Wocm in Spring ,Mr. Black told the news this,week merce building in Jasper. The next meeting will be held
w &:'A&we. are well aware, the Salvation He saw many beautiful birds and heard them 'sing v I I
-distributes .. tha sub-chairmans wil be appointed Monday evening, January 13, 1964, at 7:30 p.m. If you
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Army toyS and dollsas '
1i i.iI well as*food to needy families He saw the heavens and heard musf'OD! the air : by him in every part o fthe County. i have suggestions which,will help the Chamber to help our
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saw numerous glories indescribable here and there.-- ,
each Christmas. The drive is to take place in I County we welconfe them well help and -
We toss a coin or Star were all aglow in the soft moonlight as as your participation
.-Scaator: c3 38id l Holland j two in Santa's bag on the street ,'-' Clouds floating along making a mar'elous sight the February 23rd. with Heart Sunday on in all Chamber work.
corner In to the
response Army'sappeal Then he awakes and finds to his
and' on our with great surprise The Chamber of Commerce is an organization composed
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RECORD AID TO EDUCATION way That all these mysteries only God : devise
can
Uttle thought where how of business -and professional and and
or the men women
In the field of,education this congress 4 I Anaarq here for all mankind to enjoy' WINTER TERM OPENS
has achieved probably more contribution is .used. If his creation their time and talent Employ other citizens who 'believe that through UNITED action
than any Congress in,history. First In 1916 a.little girl, Edna Walker, AT LIVELY the of the advanced. It
faced bleak Christmas. Awake. Awake, he:calls to himself.at.last, 1 progress community can is an
a Her fatfora
U we enacted a bill providing: conn&tfonfcfflds -
-.:-' 'aril '. tudenVEanTfor : : ha4" lbmr1.- ut" -- JjI -- ....' \ ', a1eninglassegfr ad ftki.begin.i I organization" operated, for the overall betterment of the
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y college \miversities: offer vii longtime and what little funds Stir my courage and let me give faith'aid belief to others January,6 and 1, 964 m the areas I. community. Although! uieMenerauY- accepted' primary
available needed for Then God himself will bless all gatherings and make of academic: business and industrial f '
ing education in medicine dentistry were the bare ; us a purpose of Chamber of Commerce is in the field ,of industrial *
necessities brothers. education. Scheduled classes i
1 of life.
optometry, podiatry, .osteopathy 'six years old Edna Although understood only By Mrs. W.T. Shiver I include history English andmath.1 I 1 development and economic growth ,it must also
and nursing. Secondly .the joint vocational be active in all of life the
why Santa could C ematks; in Business Education, aspects Community -- living
bring
education : no toys to
j; programs; con ,
ducted by the federal and state I her, and she could not keep the tear back production of the feed typewriting. bookkeeping: and accounting conditions, educational', recreational, spiritual activitiesand
Growers grainsso
governments but under the direction from her eyes as they feasted on a Urged To that our stocks will\ be in better f office machines Gregg cultural development-since all of these have a vital
shorthand (both beginning and advanced
pretty doll in the store window. -
of the states, was greatly en But effect
there would be no Christmas at her Divert Feed balance with demand, but we'renot ), business English, filing upon economic progress.It .
larged. 'Third, we voted the extension house that'ear... in the clear yet. That's why and office practice. In the field of is not possible for a "handful" dedicated citizens
for two of the impacted Grain
areas bill years which grants Then 'on Christmas Eve,"a smil- AcresThe Congress authorized .continuation I Industrial Education are auto I to carry the )work load and financial responsibility of an
of the feed grain diversion programof drafting electricity, and electron
federal assistance to public schools fnJ3 Salvation Army lassie in her 1964 feed grain program can r964 and 1965. fies.tt :entire community and attain the maximum goals desired.
which will have become[badly over blue uniform appeared at the door
furnish the answer to some farm 1 Responsibility for its success lies equally; on every citizen,
crowded because of adjacent defense -of their little home. She was laden operators' questions about whatto "While the signup win not beheld tt 'These classes are available for for everyone-benefits result of active Chamber of
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or other federal installations. with a generous basket of goodies do with their land next year i until early next year the main adults who wish to improve themselves -
,Ibis reimburses only a part of their toys and a doll. It was beautifully according to Wallace fleas Chair provisions of the 1964 program have in their present job, or develop -i Commerce the housewife, the merchant, the contractor

-- extra expense. Also passed was the dressed in hand sewn clothes. A man Agricultural ,Stabilization & already been announced. A farm I, additional skills so they may i the farmer, the skilled worker, the professional man,

college construction bill authorizing I Christmas dream come true. Conservation County Committee. I operator can participate by diverting become employable, or to complete I I all business firms, visitors, and even retired residents.

government loans and grants for Edna loved that doll she washedit If the farm has a feed grain base ; from 20 to 50 percent of his work for a high school diploma. i Its efforts will be sorely handicapped unless the same

increasing the number of engineering -I dressed it, slept with it, caressedit the farm operator will be eligible arm's feed.grain base, with higher Lively Technical School is a enthusiasm
and vision is shared the
and science classrooms, and doll of payment for ,diversion I by entire community
: as no had ever been caressed to participate the 1964 feed grain rates part of the Leon 'County Public
libraries. I supported all this 'educational ,before., As the years passed Edna program, thus earning diversion greater than the minimum. And of I Schools. Evening classes meet on I in carrying forward the necessary steps for providing the

legislation except Hie last 'never forgot the shining momentof payments by keeping 'land out ot course, eligibility for pricee support twd nights a week either Mondayand ': successful solution of many of its problems.

named which. I opposed because it joy when she received that Sal and shifting it to conservation uses.We're corn. and grain sorghum depends Wednesday, or Tuesday and Since the important service rendered by the Chamber
provided building funds' for .religious vation-Army: dolt encouraging feed grain on participation in the feed grain Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. All
'institutions .Although I serve of Commerce must be adequately financed in order '
As she grew; 'Older she .realized farmers to look into the advantageto : program. classes are approved by the State
on the boards of three church colleges that it was the thoughtfulness and be gained by taking peat in the Department of Education and are to be efective, your support is highly important. To support

.posed.'I federal do not grants believe to that such the schools pro- kindness of others that providedher L964 feed grain prqgram," the farmers Chairman become Deas,fully suggests familiar with that with both work and teaching experience ".I I your Chamber of Commerce by being an active &
in their field.
titu onaL doll and gave her[such happi Chairman declared. "There are de- specialized member means a better and more community -
r are ness. She wanted to return that kind finite advantages, to farm owners advantages of the 1964 feed ,grain .Additional information may be obtained properous
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OTHER LEGISLATION APPROVED ir the -more usiness better: living conditions and
she contacted the Salvation program before completing. through night registrarof a more
ness so and operators in putting crop, acres
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In other fields .this Senate Army and asked if she might sew into conserving uses under the feed crop. plans for next year. Lively Technical SchooL attractive and desirable community a dividend which
controversial Ban
ratified the Test
Treaty which, I hope, will do much clothes for dolls to be distributed J grain program instead of turning offsets the investment many fold! Certainly there are

to ease our cold war tensions; ;and I on Christmas.! out. crop production which-only-re those who would become a member of the Chamber if

the Congress as whole passed the For the past 25 years Edna NIts in buildingup extra'supplies.in they were personally contacted rather than merely to receive -
railroad anti-strike legislation Walker has been sewing doll dresses. "We've made good progress
which was necessary to ward off a Given sizes desired she made 'the past, few yean. in trying. to cut. an invitation to do so through the mail or the: news-
-effort blow; extended the excise fifty the first year. Her project is I paper. To make' personal contacts would .requIre the

effort blow; extended the evcise a year long task. When one service of men who are already "carrying more than

and corporate taxes essential to Christmas is passed she begins brought her at that age of six. She, i their share of the load"and should not be askecl..to give

the continued operation of our government -,I I making doll clothes for the next has lost track of the number of' outfits of their time to make personal solicitations. They are
and likewise' extended the
; year and she has steadily increased she has made over the years
Selective Service Act upon which we the number of dresses provided.Last but it runs into the thousands. She men and-women who have a business or profession of

must depend for military person- year she made and contributed hopes that her efforts are bringingthe 4b their own to maintain and yet give willingly of their time

nel adequate for national defense. 500 outfits, all hand made with : same joy and happiness to the for any cause which will make their community a better
Among several other noteworthy! loving fingers as her mini; goes who recieve them that
I i little girls place in which to live. Please show your; respect and appreciation -
cts' were our enacting of a program back to the thrill a similar gift her Salvation Army doll gave to
to deal with mental retardation i to them for the commendable job they are do

..: and our anti-air pollution act- her.Hundreds of Tampa Children ing and sit down and write out a check for your member

APPROPRIATIONS LEGISLATION j have beenenacted the' economics I will recieve ,daDs this Christmas ship in the Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce
COMPATIBLE WITH ECONOMY will '
I effected amount to approxi-
Although Congress was off mately $6 billion. This record .materially in the annual Salvation Army dis- ;, "If pmt off ffo rift and rtf now, and mail it on your next trip to the Post Office, or
to a slow start in dealing with enhances the chances fora tribution. Many of them will be! .11 FHII Pi.i. goad. r nrVT take it to the Chamber office.

money bills mainly because of 'tax reduction bill next year in attired in dresses designed and REMEMBER this is your. Chamber--the peopleof
oll
> Dress
many ot the mrequired extensive the second session inasmuch as the made made by by Tampa.sr Tampa's 'Doll Dress" .1 Hamilton County. It can do the job cut out for it to
committee hearings we had passedall principal objection to a reduction is
but two of them"by-the close of based on the failure heretofore to 'Lady. Let Us hope that 'as these I do only through the support of the citizens of Hamilton

business today. The only possible cut expenditures. I'children grow into womanhood they County. Support your Chamber of Commerce and your

carry--v rs :are the bills appropriating -CONGRESSION INDEPENDENCE too will ,remember the kindness Of I County by' giving it a boost whenever possible. By co-or
funds for agriculture and for -1 think that this session is also entitled unknown friends who made the gift: W-PEIKF .
foreign.aid, and these will tmdoub- to :great credit for sonic ot possible and like Edna Walker will z y.f dinated group action more benefits will result in which
tedly get'quick action when we the legislation which it has defeatedor 1 1 find away to repay that kindness all will share. Join the* handful"and make a "crowd".

come back in session next month refused to pass. The Congress; is for if they do they will experiencethe Let's ask ourselves "What Have I Done For The Chamber
unless'' they are passed tomorrow, an independent branch of govern- !{ same happiness that the '1>011
which seems unlikely.] I am glad to ment and is one 6 fthe strongest'Dress( .Lady finds'in performing her i and Hamilton", the next time we start wonderingwhat

report that the bills passed to.date checks and balances set up under'Lady" finds in performing her self the Chamber ,has done, The Hamilton County

f represent savings in federal expenditures our Constitution .It is net expectedto ,self-appointed ta s1c.I Chamber of Commerce is proud of its accompBshmgnts;
of some 55 billion when con- rubber-stamp legislation which I ,The real joy of Christmas comes "': for continued ac6'm-
-:;;; .trasled with the budget request; comes -to it' from the. Executive I .giving'-not merely money but,ofourselves ./. 1, 1 1'.k : 1 !i. Tnn+hn Sahy S.nia ,d ",fa in 1 1963. Letrs all *ork together
:* and:when the two remaining,bills Branch. !I ,as welL. plishments'in ,1964l.:4 ':f .
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; .... .. 7 Rhoden. He is just cannot: '
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,,. ,' .. -: '- ,: : I>Ti J-V,G. Walton Smith, Directorof With a cherry smile and a wave!
r. ... / the Institute of Marine Science .of the hand. He has wandered intoan
I r '" University of Miami, has been elected 'unknown lanai '
F :Brlit isht ) a Fellow of the New York It needs must be. Since he lingers
ann-ounced there:so think of him faring as any
: ._ week by the Academy dear. In the love of there as the
Council. Election to Fellowship is love here think of him still
a distinguished honor conferredon as the same and say he is not dead BURNED
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who have done outstanding .

"1'' t tt 'sciences(.work: toward* the advancement of 1_ __n__ ____ .-__ .___ ._:_&_:__r_ .___ .__ '___ .___ ,___.___
'i Dr. Smith has previously received -
t many honors for his achievements A4 ;
I in the oceanographic sciences -

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II the Florida Academy of Sciences
I and the Naval Ordinance Award
1964 for Exceptional Services. He has
II i made numerous contributions to i :a
I : scientific journals and is the authorof
New Year Cheer It I several books including. "The I
Sun, the Sea and Tomorrow" 'The
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t Ocean Riverand "Atlantic"Reef
We would like- our friends '4 t .. I Corals". He .is President of the In- [' .,: I..1
ternational Oceanographic }%un-
to know we appreciate'their dation Editor of Sea Frontiers
I and a member of the Editorial tx :

support and look forward to I ._:;fWe. want all of you lo know that we Board Science of of the the Gulf Bulletin and Caribbean.of Marine

serving them in the new year. L'appreoale:. your good will and support., Born in England. Dr. Smith, received -
t '' I :: Oir best wishes.for a'ltappy New Year. ..r-' .. his B.sc. and PhJX degrees
; at the University of London. In 1943
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the University of Miami. It has
Taylor's Texaco Station, : 'd : d F I d 1 Ih,+'.:, d'. i grown from 'a one-man operationinto
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Jasper .. Mitchell LliUing Co.' -I: the Institute.of Marine Science
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r"I "ka .....' with a percent staff of more than

'i. '. .... . AND 200 over scientists 80 graduate and technicians students.' and The

.. .. .., Jasper ,Stock Yards Institute is now the second largest
;.,/.- ': : .:._ ; graduate school of marine sciencein '
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i graphy. The principal offices and
I I laboratories are located on,a 51-2 Z
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Miami. flWieotrt2119641: ,. I
JOYOUS (4r TILING CABINET.4-dr wer. new
BEST : :only $49.95 at The Jasper News. .
Our first thought as we

r h welcome the New.,,;Year is to wish

.iftIs.! !! NEW : WISHES I all our friend's great happiness.

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....J.' IOOAL.TOR. :.a',_':. !, sf....."'. d' ES. .. '(class Classes after that the meet Christmas'Monday Holiday will,. 1 Wonderful ttt1 Y Ot : ,

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that regularly meet off Tuesdaysor '.
'. > ,( Wednesdays win meet on Jan. Service of Yam D.xt0l'UcolctM,. f ,A Contact Lenses!
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'1' students may begin after the I J : .
"} ..;-:' holidays. Students'who droppedout RESPECT ELECTRICITY r
V. 'j because of the holiday season. j
: Push-button! living is pleasant. r
f\A rush are urged to resume clases but may be perilous. Electricity; a .'11
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after Christmas. These Adult classeS for instance/ is-- a fine servant
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.offer an opportunity to all people but a bad master. i 3 I
{ 20 years of age, or older and to Producers and suppliers of I
electricity are fully aware of
married persons under 20. ; I
; :: risks of improper handlingot
n n Typing classes are offered at electrical energy and through I \ I ii
11 Jennings and at Jesper Take ad- years of refinement and efficiency I .
have made electricity as x. 3tf
.j vantage of the opportunity and safe as they know how. No
aw learn to type. such degree of progressively II M t !I Ir l su- Mi
acquired sophistication .charac- ,.
.-"i terizes the consumer. _! -
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of electrical mishap is the do-it- I : .
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PAYS-IN_ yourself adjustment and ac.-! I k I n ,.; a r r '"
THE JASPER NEWS tion to properly in Installed instance-CQipmenL -. 'w S 4j .II. I m. .. <.. ... J
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f Using hand-held N electrical < I
appliances: should include con- Ii'
h 0 aideration; of possible danger
from bodily contact with house- PRECISION CONTACT LENSES
hold piping or other metal Today, 6OOp,000PeoFlewe I
structure. Inadvertent wetting, over ax; I I $75.00

> greatly of an alter electric its behavior blanket -:and ca.I contact lenses! During the past I I There art no finer contact I lenses mid no

: a .co.r -t pcssihly cause danger. Remoing \- I few contact lenses have matter taw much more JOG nuy piy-ma
Ji years .
a jammed piece of bread I $150.i!75 or$200.CONVENIENT
--. from a toaster with a fork 'I I' CREDIT TERMS
r 0$S r' ri i \vh:le some part of the body been so improved that almost I AVAILABLE AT NO EXTRA COST ,
rests against metal is askingfor I .
19:04_., .: :. .... trot:.ble. ,I _. anyone,ran wear them. Throw I I .;
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si'! ';xI :, tampering with electrical equZp- away old fashioned glasses forI I I i P o I
ment. If there Is some electrical
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f "- k ; t9Myz failure anywhere in the home. ( ever. Visit our offices for a t. 1 .
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., \olvrd-fuse aid kill'that circu : (/P 1 .
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PAGE !FOUR: THE. JASPER NEWS.; JASPER._ FLORIDA, Friday December 27,. 1963

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'f.Haailtln County Florida re- ,ber; 13CX. .T SLASH PINE AVAHABLE=, \
rw11'e.'th&.Jf&'bt to reject any or ail I THELMA LEWIS -- BILE GUIDES
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II Announcernep't's' r. Xllertt Orcna Conrt AT FORESTRY JiU : 13 -
bids.Board ... -
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Hamilton County: Florida, r Ernest A. Sellers Acalt iito jtom _vsethei -
I by THEUJA LEWIS; Clerk Atttrney for Plaintiff "?*? 'A to Z"
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.. Dec. 13 20 27 I P. O.; Box 427 'V i I Forest Service office, there are,] '" '" "
NOTICE .' 24 Inch Reinforced Pipe Live-Oak. Florida .:i still some slash pine sseedlings t
Notice is hereby given that the ''CORRUGATED METAL PIPE (coat-1': u Dee.,. .' 13 20 27-Jan. 3 | r' 'i
tr IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '
: .::" available the nurseries; should I *FOR ,
Board of County Commissioners of ed) .. -THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: IN: CIRCUIT COURT I
Hamilton County Florida will re- Arch'%.ts.- nch Arch 'pipe per t I i = JfCT AND FOR HAMILTON: THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.you be interested in planting this -l lI SALENEWS .t
ceive bids n Tuesday; December 31! foot COUNTY; FLORIDA.IN HAMILTON COUNTY> ; FLATIN :lyear. It is not too late to get your "
1963 at 10:00 a.m. for the following:: 36-inch" arch pipe per foot CHANCERYJOE CHANCERYJ. ,
Bids for said purposes to be filed in .f.,.it-inch round pipe per foot H. FLATS -MARLIN. RAG AX| !orders in for this years planting II .
the office of the Clerk of Circuit LUMBER-Plain and creosoted: Plaintiffvs.
PlaintiffVS .(r season, but you should not put off
Court: Hamilton County Florida on 4x10: -16 to 20 ft. long t. -
or before Tuesday; December. 31? 2x6-12 to 16 ft. long I MADRL. T. FLIT- ANN' ItA G..uJ.Def .[ordering seedlings now since they I i I GET YOUR FARM LOANS
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1963 at 10:00 a.m: 8x8-12 to 16 ft. long nl tI .
Defendant. IN THE NAME ANT BY THE AUTHORITY are goin gfast and there is a possi- I -
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EFFECTIVE DATE OF BIDS ACCEPTED FUELRegular NOTICE TO DEFEND i I OF TH1L"-: -STATE OF I ibility- of selling out. Order blanks
WILL BE FOR A PERIOD gas per gallon* do not TO MABEL T. FLINT.- i LOW INTEREST .t
FLORIDA: TO: ANN< RAG AN whese I
f OF 12 months 3 submit bids on tank prices. H. D. be obtained local
beginning January ; I 400 North 8th Street ,residence and, addrexn- 4158 San i can from the .
I ,1964. diesel oil per gallon tractor H.D. truckoil Columbia; Missouri I' Pablo Dam Road El Sabrenta. Call Florida.. Forest Service office._ :LONG TERM I __Lift IRSU __ '
BIDS ON CREOSOTE AND WOOD per gallon; grease YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat foraia ; .
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PRESERVER per 35 pound cans; transmission a Complaint for divorce has I i-I'
A sworn bill hav"
30 gallon of complaint
grease 146 wt. per
Creosote and filed
wood preserver per drums: '90 wt. transmissiongrease been agaln.tou 'and you are ins been filed in this court against'seal of this Court at Jasper Florida LOANS -
gallon in flue to ten drum cans. required to serve a copy of your i the 2nd December. CONTACT
< you relief therein sought being this. day of A. D. 1963 I
35 *
CONCRETE PIPE pound cx answer or pleading to the complaintor '
dLvirce. You are THELMA LEWISClerk
required to
12-inch Plain FUEL FOR COURTHOUSE the plaintiffs attorney ERNESTA answer Thru the
said Complaint on or before January3rd Circuit Court of ,I.
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16-inch Plain BUILDING: 1 SELLERS; P. O. BOX 427; Live I
Floridaby
1964. furnishing to C. A. Avriett. Hamilton County. Henry )
18-inch Plain I I The Board of County Commission- Oak .
; Florida; and file the original Jasper! Florida Plaintiffs Attorney ALICE JONES D. C. FEDERAL LAND BANK
answer or pleading in the office of I
j C.A.A-vriett
a
copy thereof else decree con-
the Clerk of the* Circuit Court on or fesso will be entered against pro you. ':Jasper Florida 'Live Oak : 362-1525 VICKERSJasper
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before the 13th
day of January; 1964. WITNESS my hand and the official Dec C 13 20 %1a.rn.sn.sn.&I'.ln
i If you fail to do so a decree pro con ,
-y- fesso will be taken ] /1'Federal i Land BankASSOCIATION
against you for I .:B .rn"ln6tlln &n&I't8J' ::: Florida
the relief demanded in the ,
j com "iIA ,
plaint. t tI I
DATED at-Jasper Hamilton Coun Telephone 792-6921
ty; Florida; this 5th day of Decem


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Is in the Book our mothers read. lI '
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appreciate jour.good( :.will and support. pend on JASPER LAUNDRY & : _
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I\f : Our best wishes'for 'a' happy New Year.; CLEANERS. May your day the new year bring I I .

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BEFORE SPRING SHOWERS COME aches.greater operating dependabil-

I 1 Happy New Year i TKiiA t.I F CALL ON US r w. TV ity.EveryhasslsconnecdortiflZenitht is hardwired, hand soldered..

Proper roofing and siding wit Igive you complete -

I all weather protection and proper insulation.
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Mallory Maybelle: I
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f Jenny Lou Irene it I For a happy and . ...:. . SY 2-4421 !
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.7.Fi7Lw1KT From talking with those who who.always pleased the,Father' wen t. .

1 .. ... read these articles from week,toweek and who' has teen;given all authority -''.:... \
'' : In religion:Protestantism aploo-
Therfi,,Js no'siubttitute foe: quality I haVe the firm the"cOnfinra convictionthatthert gizes for its divisions s on the ground f
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: are manyin
;i :- biliig' :materials! Be sure ty who agree with the 'Tact that --We 'cannot ,all understand the. r rS
"We cannot all understant theBible a
i. t dose ''from our line:that'is neat religious division condemned: alike. This is not true for ff"
however they seem at a loss for the
: .... \. .111 f *:' -:"'* *-<[ when we understand the Bible at f"
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f "'.. I! complete I" and'. an't;be. beat. answer answer as as to to what what would would solve solve the the all, we will understand it alike.divisionin 1rV2 :. \

( The following cause of $
'USEDT-V followers of Christ. Many reasons yr..a
; the religious,word is a lack cj IC Y
: ', could be given as to why they can recognition of AUTHORITY I
not find the answer the main rea- 1
'ONL__ $50, t sons would of course be a lack of Groups of men-:'convene to determine I

study on their part, and the,fact the practices of their denomi t

'r USED1 $ that they are too willing to take nation and forget'or disregard the : I f<
someone wen divine standard of authority the
the word of with a .
teach of Christ and the apostles con S
i Refrigerator polished education, who poses as a JA\'S
: "' teacher of righteousness. This division tamed i nthe New Testament It, iu"f.S't
remember-i I
and confusion will continue should .though be ever

s,2, _.:' ONLY: $75 until the leaders o fthese sects recognize ed that Jesus has said for us to tAt
{ observe all things: whosoever he has i i
-," that the church of our Lord'is
.4i k { "Now ere we going to build! SEE THEJVf not a democracy whose practices taught He has,alT authority! Matt]I Of.. I a tI

t gymnasium '!,are to be determined by majorityvote 28:18 I O>r. 15:24. Also hear the 1] 'to i

BEFORE YOU BUY! or by conferences and councils words of Peter. :preached on Solo-

of men. Jesus in the word has mans porch. ,I w 1f
"For Moses truly said unto the I
taught us that the church is a king
dom. Read Matt. chapter that re Fathers, A prophet shall the Lord I

cords parables o fthe kingdom your God raise up unto you of your'
Bl1/LDFRS' + fL 'CTR/CAL *PLVMBlNG SUPPLIESMay brethren like unto me; Him shall. I
which refer to the church, and Matt V
hear in alHffiigs whatsoever he
16:18 where he of.building ye I
spoke
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shall say tmto' you. And it shall I .,
his church .then in the very next .
verse referred to it as the kingdom.See come to pass, ; that 'every soul I .>> V % \\QjJp 'J V"V
which will nof hear that
same prophet I Il
also verse 28 of the chap 1 I '
8: : shall be destroyed from among the .
ter in which Jesus said, "There << .
"Acts 3:22-23. I l "
tii shall be some standing here which people. ; "
LNNIVAITONS OF IAN
shall not taste of death, till they "V
see the son of man coming in his 1 Many members of denomina- I Aay w W of type! o.any she
nations will V admit .that the Lord RUBBER: STAMP from the ,
kingdom.: Moreover, Paul wrote authorizes a certain act in a specific I "vary mallet lo the "veryRUBBER .
"God hath delivered us from the JareMa.I I I "
but "I don't think
way they say ,
power of darkness and hath trans- tis
it's to do another BI-qu.lhy MOTOR\ COMPANY
wrong way.
lated us into the kingdom of his I STAMPS rug fedl? built to I
'They have then disregarded all divine -
dear son." Cot 1:13. Jesus him- last yew years sad year I -
and set themselvesup
authority
self is the blessed and only Poten- _.er. 'I I
M tate, The King of Kings and Lordof as the. end dean wisdom.; Faster ....ce at prices far I
The expression*' I uunk" I'm, below _
hat
Lords." I Tim 6:15 yea would ordi
sure, will cause many to be lost nariljr expect to par
Those familiar with secular government I
know that in a democracy: eternally. Spa<4 .""WJH) not permit Com in and He u* on any The Complexity of Today'
I
us to point out the many who I RUBBER STAMP need
rule the people rule either directlyor thought for themselves in the .old; that yea mar bar.We al.o iT Cars.
through elected representatives.In I .... a wide election of c
I an aristocracy the nilifig;. tass is as weil as New Testament and the I MARKING DEVICES for I 1

but\) i ,consequences oftheir having your badges sad pd-n- DEMANDS
composed of a few ; in fe. monarchy ;'' (
which regarded the authority ......... i LL 0 ,
A,1vy the king has all.'powez; disre-I iI I
maybe one pass2ige of scrip
he deligate hew nctoses, THE JASPER '
may if teach the seriousness of I NEWS I =- EXPERT? .CARE
Jesus said unto his disciples All f OKD MQMVA, W* .
'.. course of Abnon. Provo 14:12
t power tor( authority) is given unto
".. "There is which\ seemeth
: .. me in heaven and hi earthlnspir-: ( a why, which we an will be judged ultimate STRANGE NOISES?, End
".. right unto man, Cut the end thereofare S ,
ed the the Paul
by Spirit apostle John 12:48 Rev. 20:12. Since
::.: ., ,\- : '" wrote. "Then cometh the end,.when the ways of death" ,this be true rather than getting those squeaks and rattles. Regular -

he shall have delivered up the''king Pope Stephen n- in 1311 introduced angry with the one who presents will catch -
service
lubrication
1964 dom of God even the Father{t when sprinkling as'a substitute: for God's truth why not consider them ,

:" he shaD have put down all role and scriptural immersion. I I and study them in the word o?God? I I cosdy troubles before it starts.V

aQ authority and power." I'Cor 15: The Bible teaches that baptism!If they be true be honest enough \ I

24. Hence, Jesus
i, and all authority and power a going* dbwn into the water and I them to be false then reveal the lube Job.CAR 1
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We must listen therefore to coming up out of the water Acts* 8: false teacher or what he is. Maybe I ...

Jesus ,in all religious matters rather 38-39, Matt 31617. Whether you I you will save some precious sail {' WASH :""only $2.00

\, than' to the ideas of man who]1 I accept sprinkling or immersion for God pronounces a curse on any'{ "

1i has no authority whatever since for Bible baptism, is an index as to'I who would teach anything not true ;j Jerry Smith's
i Christ had it all Jesus further saidto whom or what you recognize as to the gospel of Christ Galatians |

i '.. you have a New Year his disciples after' having declared authoritative. 1:8-9 2 John 911. j| GULF STATION

of and that he had all authority In 658 Pope yitalianus( introduced Sincerely Kenneth Thomas ..... j'j j Jasper Telephone 792-37w)
". happiness prosperity. "Go ye therefore and teach all nations instrumental music to accompanythe I r ,
baptizing them
of the Father,.and of the Son and 1 .
the New Testament worship. These
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have commanded you: and lo, I or worship to Cod. Romans 15:9.,1 I

: am with you alawys even to the'dor 14:15, Eph. 5:19, Col. 3:16 Heb.

BROWNE end of the world." Matt 281920. '2:12 and 13:15 and ,James 5:13.
E. C.
Jesus in giving this world wide [There is no authority in the New ,

commission stipulated the condi-I Testament to mechanical instru :
Hardware Building Material, Feed. _, Appliances use .
tions of the apostles preaching (ments such as the organ piano, :

namely they were to observe all trumpet,etc.in the worship of God

things commanded them by him: Jesus said, "But in vain they do

and not by any man or group of I worship me, teaching for doctrinesthe
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j CLASSIFIED ADS men in conventions or synods. commandments' of men."" Matt

Following the transfiguaration of 15:9. Therefore,"':Jin subcribyig to

VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY I I I CHRISTMAS SALE-From Dec. 21, our Lord as recorded in M\}tt. 17: those doctrines -and practices unauthorized -

\ in Live Oak. Florida for all your I I Ito Jan. J, We are going to reduce: 1-5 when Peter would have given; by Christ and hence I i

musical needs from organs and= prices on all, merchandise homage to others who appearedwith commandments men one's worship -

I :L pianos to records and record players I Wonder Bar,;Jasper. D27pCHRIsi'MAS Christ on the mount, a voice is rendered 'in vain. No man
t : tfc from heaven spoke out and' said has the right to make religious

TREES FOR SALE-, This is by beloved son, in whom I laws binding .mkrt- ,nor has any'

-A \ i Georgia Plate Glass Co. AD sizes,. ,choose, ww. Alapaha am well pleased hear ye him. conference or dim u of,men. The I; _aI :

t S i .Store Fronts ,Mote 1,. -> 'S'..:. r' 29c Therefore we are to listen only to!word of Christia 'dwell in is =s4

.Mirrors Iteollvered $' :: the authorized teachings of Jesus' richly Col, 3:16iand, It is' that by I
l .Tub Enclosures, Showers FOR SALE 3 bedroom house in .
\ 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285 Jasper, Also nice: building lot. for 'CJ.a.-b.--' I"; '!a.."" __-' YkilfJfiIf1Ji6(1flfJ..i2i : __-". : ...-
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t VALDOSTA more inofnnation see Glenn Scaffor .
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-:- caD 792-3343 after Six p.m. D27p .
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BEGINNING DEO. .21 We're sell -pr--
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111\} V FARMERSi ing everything from wall to wall. e

I -'. + .":t tI lQ-records $1.W.7 lWfrrejgbing;iaut .
I MOpD"for your farmopera: of'"business yonder Bar. J3p : .
I J'' tions at reasonable cost. Termsto :j ::,

fit your needs. Loans up to NEWS FOR HOG PRODUCERS: ii fi
7 years. Can North Florida Production We now have.a"hog feed contract yLpf

Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave j for hog producers.. Come by and

Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 fetus discuss; and explain this new Yea t
program toyou. Farmers Mutual

v Exchange ,of.Live V Oak 362-1459 ,

I MANAGE YOUR OWN BUSINESS I' ,: J3lc 9K "
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Franchise operators earn $7,000 _
to $9,000 yearly.. Truck and mdse.i I FOR SALE::.HOUSE: In Jasper.

furnished. Guarantted income $100' ,$3500."Others: priced higher. See 1 t

week. Hospitilization retriement,'I Robert Ehlerf- or W.L. Bryan Reg. : ;?

paid vacations Qualification; Age Real Estate Brokers: Jasper. tfc I

2340. Sales orsales, service experi-11" Acre' -, for--'j-sale fifar. Jasper.-AD s .
ence .married, hlgi school educa- s _
cleared and fenced --
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nly $1,000.
tion and good work,history. V NEW YEAR V
Openings See'W.it, Bryan 732-29ffi, or Robert -
Gaiensville and areas:throughout ,EM 792 V
rt. 491, Reg. Broker tfc
state. Write ,Qualifications to:

C. T. Donaldson, Asst. Manager USED; .ECTRIC RANGES" FOR ,.
_ Jewel Tea.Ctv Inc. Sale.-Good' condition '$4(}' and .' It is a pleasure to extend'

Lake City, Florida Dec29p $50. Mannings Radio Repair. -Jasper tV'4 Cheer .' V

.. phone 192-4-12\ tfc V ..f ::: ,greetings to our many friends and patrons.

SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS GOOD USED TV ::::: Installed for 'i i We wish you welkin die coming New Year.First .
Best of condition. Pric- 100.00 and up. Mannings Radio t
New Year! Thank .,JT* -, ,
ed to sell Mannings Radio, :Service Service; :7; 2-4421.:, Jasper .tfcREFABkSt : Happy you "- .
Jasper, phone 792-4421 tfc ----- ; ;:' :, %: :lit
and all for the friend- '
L ,:FOR KENT-One bedroom apartment o{ one \ ..
We ; 190-4-
all -Jr
repair
unfurnished. Wood fireplace Types, T. V. and
radio. Also Small's.. :, I
Man- have us.V
to
given
private bath. Peeples place. ship you
nings Radio Service: "Jasper

,See FOR Pete BENT-I-room Register. furnished. its apartment 4421 -- .tfe 792- -;. ,: t. Federal Savings! $ a d: Loan, .


with private bath. SeeN -

's. Annie Rhoden or taIl 792696L LOST Winchester Rifle Calibre -' Association of Live Oak

f itcSfOTICE 38-40 Lever,action ,very old Magazmei&By ; .. ... '
loaded. knelt off car .. ".' V' '.,
may -
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MK 'Pete.'Registe.r, N. \' sfckgedd&ees on it. Probably 3.5 EAST 1 HOWABO STREET. PIKTSE" FO2-J153, tlVE OAK "-....

West 2nd St. Jasper, how has 1 carvfe&son stock. Borrowed 1 MFMHTR OF FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM AND _
charge of the restaJ of the rifle. Owner has much .
Peeples sentiment i' : -. TOR FINAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP. :
Apartm iQn_. Vacancy-two-CC3IBI rt. because It was, hie-fathers. Will V I >r ,
OVFK2B BOCB8 : .:30 to 8:00 Moo. Toe, Wed. sad'FrL
ably famed CB& bedroom apart- eve reward to fiadfe either cash ;
Thin 1:31 lo 1.1:30 to 1
mlnj a.m. pan.; Saturday 1:30 pan.
1De tS.Interested. See Mr. Register or another ifflc.Finder can coBect.

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.- -- '- ,BtfRNHAM 'NBWSX uncle and Mr.and and'Mrs.aunt MrsCV&fyrtice;cwDe.Sauls.,; I,;;a ['psp/iJ{ J. CWS. ; :. tltlle1 aspttJdus '

? By_ LOIS_ ZfPPERElT_ T:.- ,
j.'l: L PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW !
Mr. Bill Burnham Of Washington ". Published Every Friday j
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bandMrs. Arthur Paul King Mrs.Ora-: Ben Mills ; ?
Ga. is spending time with his '
some ;
0 ..Second.Class Postage Paid at Jasper. Florida
of Lake City spent Sunday..,.December'15 SuIlivan.sauls .
Mr. and Mrs. S.
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Mt 16 PROMt.y 15:TN1Toro ; : 'with AP&UT Taul's father hame. Mrs, Pauline Howard .Subscriptions Strictly in Advance
wu NiAlarr. K 1rP 1 i15' ,aF. PEA"i.1li; and osiernd. family Mtn Paul Kin I S'S 'Mrs. Doris Cowart .' $3.00 in Hamilton County$4.00 Outside of County

i 'MAT wu1 YllRYPROM15lt1G+MArI emu, ', pROi MSf 3: hr..........s/;CJt and Mr. and Mrs..: Wallace Selph. I Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver Sr. Mrs.Lucille Bettie BrownJ Hudson Cards of Thanks . .. $1.00 Minimum
(, ti. had dinner Sunday with their
Mr. Julius Waters of Washington t'I i .J. ZippererMrs. Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
C.and sisters Mrs. Dick Dostie and daughter George Hudson.and family Mr. and. Mrs. Betty Jean Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and Publishers

Mrs. Monroe Waters of Jackson: i I -' t Dorothy: Tyler C
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villelast Tuesday with their Avert Davis C OTHER LOCALS I
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Deas and 1i I
Christmas dinner
was a
Patients Discharged very i,
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mother :Mrs. Minnie Waters. It
children Hr. and Mrs. Albert Deas
occasion for Mrs. "
happy Simpsonwith
,D. R. Kirkman
had been almost '
three since
i years and daughter and Mr. and :Mrs. 'Alberta McClain several of her children and HELP STOP Jk
Mrs. Waters has seen Julius and c
Quinteen Deas and children visited ,,Brenda Bembry family present. Among them'were .
he really took her on a surprise. ,
% their daughter and sister Mr. and Harry Braswell ,...- her daughter and family from Tampa MALICIOUS
1 A Mrs. Royce Martin'in Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garris and
4Price :Mr .and :Mrs. Ralph Cunningham Robert B. Taylor I _
and Mr .and Mrs. Daniel Smith Sunday. Sally Sapp daughter Paula. Another daughterand WOODS BURN!!

LOW $6.95 I NIGHT PHONE and daughter Joyce of Jasper had .. 5 a. Mrs. Maggie Merritt family from Jacksonville, Mr.Attd9 I", .
-->" P t RCY .lrEk'J .-P-....--- ....-::-.. ,M'. ., j pperSatwdayiughtwRSthe&i" : ,, .Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Charlieston AIderta131L. nenentfeCfc tn 17 N"- Mn'Ch rarles'70hnS0i and loon -Flo
t and children of South
SYcamore 3-8001 sister and family :Mr .and :Mrs. Lanie Hyers Hal Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Brady and
CASH ON DELIVERY j 1E 1HOLLOWAY'S I Vance 0' Neal in VaWosta. Carolina are spending! sometime Virgil Williams little fellows Quip Freddie and
E . with their parents and'grandpar- Albert James Davis c Melanie, also Mr. and:Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Luther McCuIley ents Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Alder- Mrs. Nora Page (Sonny) Lucas. I
of Louisana spending sometime man. ][Retha Anderson C . '
. 8/U SEARS
J set
with relatives here and in Arcadia. I i Mrs. Barabra Peacock Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie (Bill) Bryan
.. Mr Richard Cunningham and Huey Corbett and children from Gainesville were
ma w .< Mr. and :Mrs. Lawrence Selph children and Mr. Dick Kent all of i 1,Eugene BassMadalene visitors Monday to see his mother
f 8_ and children of Jacksonville spent Gainesville spent some time during ': Scott C i- ; Mrs. Lydia Harbuck. :.., : I 3 ...
) SY 51 Christmas l Mrs. Virgie Lee Miller.. .. !IF Ca' Irv42.:6sl.: IN 51.11for
the weekend and Christmas L HOLLOWAYi '
.J Johnny Ray Horne Mr. B. C. Holly was here Christmas -
their parents and grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cunningham $ 5o E.cLc. SMAILER
Mrs. Nettie Reid Tallahassee visiting ?
day
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i and Mrs. Bert Zippperer and Mr.
Pete Skipper his daughter Toni HoDy.
and Mrs. :Melvin Selph.
. I Mrs. Dorothy Smith it i
!I W. M. Mus'grove.Il .
Mr. and Mrs. George Young Sr. Legal Advs. . :
were fortunate to have an of their I
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: NOTICK OF
children home with. them Sunday 1 1t To Whom It may concern:
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l f r Deember 22. They were: Mr. and You arc hereby notified that the
following motor vehicle1958 used:
Mrs. George Young Jr. and children >: : :; Chevrolet Impala ferial number
,. fold
r rt MF t't' : F59A12054S will be at: public
< ,, of Perry. Mr. and :Mrs. Hal i : ? '. r' 1 sale at 11 o' lock on the 7th day-f
Young and children and Mr. and S ., ) January. 196f, at KZ' North Marion
;'?f ,
:- :<;tt: St. Cake City" Florida. The proceed
_r 1964 :Mrs. 'Kenneth Young and childrenof ''''}: f 79tI tji '<*T'he sale will be applied flirt to
s' a -' -14 the payment of the. o.t" of retaking:
:Mrs. James
Mr. and
Albany, Ga. NINETEEN ':;: .: ? said
rw rA %:I ,. :: toring and *al of motor ve
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Young of Orlando; and Mr .and hilee and the costs ot publication of
'. and: childrenof tv1PPY ::=f: notice of salel J and the to the satisfaction -
Mrs. Aubrea Young .M
".. f SIXTY lf i of the balance due under the
g"N Y P Coca Beach. Their niece Mrsj : ,+ ontract with Frederick D. Christie: 1 1COMPLETE
G < New Route 4. Box 95. Japer, Florida
"% Winnie Martin of Twin Lakes, also { I 'W..t'
covering the financing of tiald motor
had dinner with them. The Young I 1'>' vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to) ?< HOUR WRECKlNd StRVrst
family celebrated Christmas and yr: any you balance and you remaining will remain unpaid liable under for
: z AUTO SERVICE:
r : two birthdays, Mr. George Young aid contract.
(S2 ( Sr .and son Aubrea Sunday December Il '. ; Ford 600 West Motor Water Credit St.Company I J-92 6201 JASPER flORlUAl

22. Jacksonville: Florida.
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4a" children arrived from Hampton :}> r. ,.
4afy + Virginia over the weekend to spend 1 r

A' ; e Rfi3' Christmas with their mother and -
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1 luck during 1964.. '
months.Mr
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Accept our. best
ELECTRIC CO-OPERATIVE Inc.
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