The Jasper news
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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: February 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Rabies'Increasing Maurice .Bennett: Frank Matthews --'Yj.Sign ,, Nears For Guy McGhin- Asks -Hamilton-- County Chamber of Commerce ).

Among WildlifeRabies Makes Race ForCommissioner Asks ForReElection 1964 ,Feed Grain For ReElectionI Board',of Directors Meeting Monday

Ja Increasing among Florida
Wildlife and the State Board of Program would like to announce my candidacy : NightThe

Health says, all possible precautions : To The People of BamUtoa County) I I To the voters of Hamilton County Farmers will. have for re-election as your,

,should( be taken>1*>=iWto to; protectdomestic1uumals ** *.. iNir(6ite I'ITJ caadkbto for County Com.I I hereby'announce my candidacy to. sign unLlft the 1964 an opportunity feed grain Fifth County District.Commissioner, from the regular meeting of the Board of Directors and
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The spread U principally among 2nd 5th'prednctsi; poa'dlttel; .'' : for'SelwrfrBftrdTjiMa&er District !f [ 1 1n 13n4' cording tolace I IdtFebs.tdlfw Deal eirf ttif't rV iJFI+PPort Committee(""Chairman of f ftheJ Hamilton County Chamber '11t\

raccoon and the concentration: is H :lJectedwul tryto .do.the It has been my privilege v to serve ConservatMBi{: .County Committee.Chairman four years an l Working) to improve of Commerce:: will l bVheld> Monday evening, Febraury 10, ".
mainly from, the central very best .je9.that I ,can ,tot school our roads Increase malrrtenmce 1964 ai 7:30 in the
: pet rotion : {the you as board member..1i' The ''Slgnunpcriod will be for 7 p.m., Chamber of Commerce Office :
'" the peninsula -northward .wttb'I people uvHanwton County.* / ,, the past. I wish to *xpres* my app weeks frortu'eb. 10 through March: efficiency' and provide new Jasper,'Florida. The meeting is "
some In the Panhandle/ said Dr. Your vote and support. will be predation to the' pgjaite of this :7. services, I have tried in. office to open to everyone interested
James B. Nichols, director of the preeiatedj" ; county for their' suMort and cooperation *. deserve your trust. in the work of the Chamber. YoUr presnce is always !

Division of Veterinary Public F" t< Ia seeking better educe,' As ln\ pcyvfous years, the Chairman In appredationfor your support appreciated.
Health. ; *"' MauneeBepnett tion better explained?the feed grain pco- ..
toe); ? facilities. ;for our I have sought to give( personal, attention -.. "
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.. '"Last year we ..thought,this wave x_' : youth /: >rwr' individual' producer on farms to an requests and suggcsions. '
.. of rabid raccoons:: would move into ( At this time'1 ask: you to elteme t one cflttw three feed grains growing Most importantly, I have Houston Roberts

Georgia Many .did but a great Payton fBenibry Jr. your- 0, servant- for another... termJSincerely" I covered1 fSrVte,program will make I worked to keep my word given Seeks'Re-'Slectibn
many remained In the northern pact his own 'dMsion about whether to when you elected me.

peninsular Florida: Announces ForRepresentative Frank Matthews take part, 'The program la available .1 I I In three1 jean this Board of To State Senate I ISoorYN

In 1963. 7,961 animal specimens for coral grain sorghum and County Commissioners has worked
were examined In six board labor White Springs PTA barley, for improvements for: Houston Roberts of,Live Oak this $ .

atones over the state, Of these, 88 To take part in the feed grain Better road malntenance-provided week announced his candidacy for
positive Cases of rabies were foundIn To Meet Monday: program .the'farmer will agree to a new road grader new drag. re-election to the State Senate from
1962 the laboratories found 72 the 17th District which Includes Hamilton A el Yaw Doctor el KcdiolM,
take out of
production and devoteto line new dump trucks and
pick-up \ UK:*! U.hc.1 l Soclctr M positives cases to 2,580 heads'exam Nite an approved'conservation use at equipment.New _County, ,Said Mr. Roberts: I'lr MHical AuocUttoa. t
Ined. The. vast :majority of .heads least 20 percent of the total feed "I feorthat having served In tie I
road paving and resurfacing ,FAT AND FEEDING
examined were,raccoons: but some Do you )know; the latest and best 'grain base for all of the three I begun or plans made and legislator*e'o; 12 years I, will be ,

others Included: i wildcat,.: ;monkey, method of artificial respiration Do trains grown qn the farm).. The money allocated for additional Some people appear able to'r
bear hog mule, owl goat ,dog, you know when to use artificial respiration farmer'may divert( the acreage: of I secondary roads In county streets 4 consume unlimited quantities' r I
cat and ocelot. Don't wait until you have one or more of the feed grains but In food without becoming obese. |
ctities '
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Dr. Nichols said especially that I to use it to learn the proper technl his payment*W&. be figured according the county. 1 J.. 'l.. about Other their people calorie:must be to careful avoid I I I

hunting dogs or pets which run } p i i a 4 que. Mrs. J. W. Jones Public to thW rate applicable to the Increased .I'.. ', :. putting: on execs wel ht.
loose in Health Nurse for Hamilton County crop diverted," county efficiency, equa : Vf; .
country should be t 1m- used County Camp wages for equal W\\ \ Variations (fn food utilization I fare
mmunlzed because ,these animals will present a program for the Farmers who.. participate in the work provided sick leave frequently get into fights with rabid WhIte Springs PTA on Monday,(program will be eligible for diversion I for county employees plan i' .'t"'U$ degrees of efficiency on the
.h. :cut: out *
wild life and Febraurv 10, at -r-tn nm 1ft and Dnce' part and en-
become Infected -suwort oavments. arsi cnioThese
4" school cafeteria which will : waste in expenditure of public *ynu' systemsdirect
A human who has been bitten .! "' f answer and for priCe upp it loans on their I
'. .... all your questions about this vitally 1964 production of the money ;and eliminated rent costs food from the general
three grains. I
animal ."
suspected! being ,rabid pool toward its ultimate fate I I
important.method of For Colored County ,Agent by bulletins
may) take anti-rabies, shots to ward \ } first aid. It Is The price-support payments will be where eventually it 'becomes
oft possibility of the disease. These ", .., hoped that all those. Interested will made to participants whether the a facility.: body protein immediate fuel
shots are painful and expensive.: "' attend .whether.you have. children feed grain produced in 1964 is 'fed Boat Ramps Installed for 'use excreted waste or fat

Once the disease becomes established .. In'school) 'or not.: on the farm >old,or placed under by the public In fishing and boating. Students of the subject believe .
In ;; >d, Before Mrs. Jones presents her the price supPdrtban.Chairman Paved hospital drive, erected flag t.iblit these differences in metal>> ;
man or animal, it is 100 program there will be businessmeeting olic efficiency are genetically
\' : / a peas points out that display at County Courthouse, coo-
per cent fataL Florida
has had determined. The tendency for
;: .: ,is: and plans for the annual
two major vnprovements have perated closely with County welfare If
human rabies deaths In some years student ., adult basketball children to follow in the pat.
but last year..80 persons took immunization I hereby announce my candidacy: will be made. After the game been made 'hi the 1964-crop feed officials In caring' for indigent tern of their parcels weight-
shots after for RetWsentaiive meeting grain program) as compared with people and improved personal wise is borne out by recent .
exposure. of Hamilton there will be
refreshments. Won'tyou studies. A child has chance
programs of previous years: 10( As services to the j
In 1963 sanitarians over the County. I was born and reared in come?, 50 public. in ten of becoming obese if
state recorded 20.654 animal bites Hamilton County and graduated much as pfrcrnt of the total feed This is a beginning, a step ahead both his parents are of normal

and made 59,554 visits in connection from Jasper High School,.| received grab base-mfy be diverted on any I to build on for continued efficiencyand : : weight,'and one chance in two I
with them. 'pr| Nichols: said my State and American Farmer NFJC Registration tarns (this>is ftp from the 1963 maxi! concern for the development if one parent is obeie. If both
much money could be saved the Degree in Vocational Agriculture mum of 40 Ppfcent of the feed grain I >f,our county.. ld le ,district better asa parents are overweight. chances I

state and individual if children: 1 have served< on the'1Nu'd'bf teFefcl3 'j 5: baatF'and)?' ) the average payment .J Your help\. wlU ,be greatly appreciated. result of this experience.:; lle'J'v- fat.are very good that he will be '

would not play with or molest Directors and as VIce-presiden t vrsit.jFfh acre fort dilvertt.nc ., Mon several important committees Food intake In cads of physiologic w ,
of the Hamilton County Farm Bur Registration closes February 13 40 percent orfjiore of the base will such as the Rules Committee Agriculture
""'""I"If'i.- j "'catto.o a cst.Ifjpqjpne.; 1 "*B8'>*'".!."?*"*** ,*,,- ***'**"M '-'* udsatt riIbIDC> ..t.Q..a1. baa MbiianttJ&Vhtgher.than,last Cwrortttee : need Is obviously sad r'l t
ea .. ,,Public.Health f .
: WISd l animal which in '. .. 'oj.s :: .,*logically ax casxt. f-Deer ****. _,,. ''
') \ seemed tame because a. rabid animal I am a farmer'and for 'the past classes for the spring semester year. Committee, and also three Interim, But the reason for excessnrt" .4

l loses all sense of.fear ;and if three years have been employee at the North Florida Junior College Farmers are encouraged to look County Wide committees in the last two years bringing and the possibilities '
pets were inoculated each year. by the State Department of Agri- This closing date applies to the day I into the advantages of taking partin the Legislative Investigating Committee appetite under ,1
and evening divisions, Registrar J. are not so apparent. )' .
culture.I the 1964.feed grain program so Rabies and at present am serving \ /
am married to the former Alma C. Moore said that their production plans for this on one interim committee the Public Prevention in against overweight
' I I Fouraker of White Springs and we Those interested in' enrolling in I year may be clearcut. by the time ImmunizationsThe Welfare and Public Health com. the na ther'l a cultivation begins of with a i '
Method Of. have one son. Accounting Philosophy of Religion the,program signup opens. mittee." sound and proper attitude to- |
If elected to this office I will co. Modern Mathematics Elementary I Mr. Roberts has a background of ward feeding {a thy field the ',
Measuring Tobacco'operate.whh to County Officials: Date Processing. Machines: or Intro r Hamilton runty Health D*. 8 years in the House .4 in the Senate physician can hare a stroa*
Chamber of Commerce and aU I lotion of Drafting may enroll Minsterial l Alliance e,,pirtme-MOWKfdnt: yth-t it'1 .4 yearfroh: theUve Oak City influence in molding the attitude 'I
annual Rabies Immunization of a new mother toward food. ,
other Civic Organizations for the when the respective class meets at clinic Council: ant "says he will qualify
Acreage ChangedThe betterment of Hamilton County. 7:10: on 'Monday Registration for Meets .0 for pets will begin on Saturday February on February 18.
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Respectfully submitted, courses is at the time the
office of the Deputy Ad rain Is lasses are scheduled to meet. Station 9 a.m. tin 12 noon and 1pm
Payton Bembry Jr. The Jasper Ministerial Alliancemet
trator State and County Operations Courses scheduled for Tuesday on Wednesday at Drvonia On Saturday March 7, 1964 a veter Too Late To Classify I I IBy
ASCS of the U. S. Department of -- -- evenings are Western Civilization. Church with host Baptist Rev.- Inarlan will be at the Health dlni ,
Agriculture announced on January Introduction to Art. History and Truett Comer. One pastor I and Town Hall in Jennings from II
important itemof
21, 1964 a change: in the method of Flue-Cured Appreciation of Music ,and Techniques business concerned: SCOUT SUNDAY a.m. to 12 noon to immunize pets Russell Kay Let's look at her record as

determining the acreage of tobacco of'play production..Scheduled It was decided not to hold On Saturday March 14, 1964 a Most of us are Inclined to ,described in Jess Stem's book
planted in rows with Idle land or Tobacco Loan for Thursday evenings are, General Union Service during Scout Week. Veterinarian will be at the WhIte think of prophecy as related to 'The Door to the) Future. published

another crop; This change will af Biology. Eehnents of Chemistry, a It was decided to urge the Individual Springs Town Hall from 9 a.m. to Bible Time While the, Good by Doubleday ft: Com
fect all tobacco growers who plant I Rate Set / and 12 noon for-the same Stern Is
American: History ; scout and'ac uteri to wear purpose Book tells us that all events pany. no crackpot.
tobacco in strips of less than four Regular .tull.aze] students The Health foreshadowed I 'H. Is feature writer for the
registered their..uniform I"to. their church: Department has requested are and we are a
rows of tobacco in each strip. Price: support for the 1964 -crop" )last,week for.work this serves where they would be, recognized" the' veterinarian to have familiar with the quotation New York Daily News and a

The acreage of tobacco plantedin of Flue-Cured tobacco has been ten.: Complete enrollment during the Worship Service. Rev. Distemper vaccine available for the "Coming- events cast: their shadows former uaodate editor of .
strips of two or three rows eachor set at a national average of 57.2 will not be available untol after Booth announced the Methodist convenience of those owners who before" we find it difficult Newjrweek. Magazine.! He on

even single widely spaced rows cents per pound Wallace Dais, registration closing date. Feb. 13, and Country" training Cod"j"wish to secure this vaccine for their to accept the fact that anyone masked the "Mad Bomber" In
will be determined in a different I Chairman Agricultural'Stabilization Moore said. would begin next Thursday I Pets ., '_ rf-.11 might' be able to foretell 1957 and disclosed the recent
way. than tobacco planted in strips ;and Conservation.County Committee th', future payola scandal.

or lour or more fOWl each. In 1963 has announced. This represents --- I He tells that Mrs. Dixon fcks'
and While seers in the "twentieth I
prior years the width of the 79 percent: of parity as of Dec I predicted the outcome: of
of century: are classed with Gypsy every
Strip tobacco
: was considered as 31, 1963. It compares'with national I
a FLCrJDA: WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK I fortune tellers and science national election for th. last
extending out Mlf \
one- row width >
rate'of ,
56.6 cents ,,
average per -' 20 She
years. predicted such
on each side of the strip. Under !laughs them off.as do most of
pound for the 1963 crop. .us, occasionally something. )happens events a. the death of Chief
the bacco new rule a single row of to Under laws price support is available to cause us t. question Justice' Frank Murphy, Dag.
would be 63 inches wide. The on all kinds of tobacco for Hammarskjold of the United
width of strips of Nc NTO .those bidden .power"e do not
two three
or rows which Nations 'the }
of tobacco marketing quotas are In' understand revolution in Bra-
be measured froma effect or which have net been lisa sib, the Korean War and stalemate .
point 32 inches on one side of Few people know that the .
proved by Russia's
growers. putting the first
the strip to a point 32 inches the
on death or sssaMinatlon of President
other side of the strip. Varying; the The Chairman explained that an foretold satelite In space and at the
amendment to the"tobacco price- Kennedy was I personal request of the late
width of the row in the two or three
support leal"latlonpproved Feb. many months ago. The prophecy I Franklin D Roosevelt predict-
row strips would have no effect on
In Parade
the measurement of the 32 inch 20.1960 directs: that the support was published I l ed his death and told Mm bow
strip on either side of the strip of level for a particular crop be deter Haraslne'an din Fare Mfcgatlne I I much time he had left tocelft.*
tobacco. mined by adjusting the 1959 support as well as some newspapers but j plete his work. f
no on. paid much attention' to I
level upward or downward in ( She has
The acreage determination of tobacco proportion to Y I' It. Why should they? Who has been consulted by
changes in the parity I such1 celebrities
era Winston
planted in strips of four or Index (prices paid --if time for such nonsense-- I
by farmers in- f Churchill Eates Kefauver and
more rows each will be determinedthe cluding interest taxes and wage However faeU are hard to I I Everett Dirkson.I .
same as it was in 1963. The rates), using the previous 3 year refute and In Washington D. I Unlike most
new rule will not change: the sled I so-called seersshe
moving avera e. C an amazing woman has been { does not into
row provision for Flue-crued tobacco / go atranee. ,
except that a minimum Thus, the 1964 support\ level represents making predictions for manyyears information teems to come to
an Increase of about and In practically everycane her from out of
width for the aled row is not spelled 1 per r the blue. As an
,.' out. When the tobacco is planted cent over the 1963 !level due to the tttt (hey have come true. I example she was seated In a
in four row strips with a skip between increase in the cost of goods and She la known as the Capital Hollywood beauty parlor when
K the strips .the area in. the services which farmers bought Seer and b'er ability to foresee I t she heard woman in the next
skip will be deducted-even though during the 3 years 1961-63 as com: the future Is uncanny. Her I I seat skis that she was planningan

... it hlght be less than one tobacco pared with the]969 price.: nerve Is Jane Dixon and she airplane trip. She did not (

".; row wide. r c y tan' will frankly tell you that she I I khow. who, tine person was, but

t' Farmers who are not sure of the Isaac Shiver Runs does not know whence her power she leaned over to ,touch her
it" way the new method of measuringtobacco ,to the future- comes or arm aDd;urged. "Do not make
way, she has been blessed with that trip." The lady wss.tfea .
may affect the way,.they F a'r CoTintyC imn.TSl
this) strange gift. unfortunate Carol 1 Lombard
plan to set their tobacco this
: : spring
are urged to contact Oyd Payne DiiIrW'Jq.' BVe Is a wealthy socialite and who did,not .....d.th.,, warms
office manager In tha! JUamBtory .t business woman and while she and was killed Jn a plan emalq

I'" ASCS county office located i tIJI'b Jas- It1hereby J annoua my candidacy: makes her predictions as tbflaf All i<'IUe.lads us to wonele*

Pft.l'1or1da. 3rrvPretneasurement for County CommlsHonrr, rmaUon eomee to bet, she, If kno-wledrvoJ',, future exeats
service is also 'trfct rfo.&Jj I compasjd of th W.4t not accept any money fpf I could N helpful--events. aff

available through the ASCS county fistp I wjplfsprectlaypar hrT services and states thai 1 preordain wind our k nirVe
; offfci'qneJp: { tobacco fanners be :. 1Mb the f t aj r believes her giftjnu givea I
: .', sure they are planting; within their Mar ......_ 'lf, a tar! tbVJwelfare of,.,*unkla4 t>a to ayoW i the dajLi
rJ.: allotments under tie new method of Sincerely yours rFthl9Y r O; WA7a M % and *t*\,contends tha\'J.l.ah.. Fatalists ar;;.ne' bat

measurement. Isaac (Ike) Shiver tried <.:to" t'Omm.nIaUa.10M'! j Carol.Lombardhad. 0 lIot 4 ..,
she would lose It that plane? (, .;:.w;;

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. She Is. .a member of that church. IdlaUy' invited 'The' church will be r-
I I The minister gave me a little -- 'open from 8 o'clock on and anytime
'The commemoration of the 100th) of the day Christians) come in
1ATCT@6RS book I prize very may HEARING
year of the Battle of Olustee will be and offer a prayer. J
Valentine Is here and such in the battlefield at 2 p.m. Feb. 22 .
Day a
1964. I The W S. C. S. met Monday for
;j nice day to be living.A their circle meeting. Mrs. Shelton CODES ORDINANCESNOTICE
valentine dinner party long -,
8 It would be good if Jasper people Lewis gave the program which had
; (I I ago used garden'.violet in big could attend the memorial service to do with Asian( Missions{ u hereby given that the City Council
bunches and>the:;yellow Jonquils at Ohistee. ,Friday .afternoon Feb- .
.They withered for cure but not the' raury 21st. This la not the enact- Rev. Booth gayw'the Invocation; of the City of Jasper, Florida has passed on the first

.memory. :; ment of the battle which we Definite plans.were'made, to at-
.,VlrPeHT- nJ. S1 understand will be at the Gator, (end district meeting in Madison. reading a proposed City Ordinance entitled as followsAn
-- ,You may break you may bowl In Jacksonville. Febraury 24 and delegates appoint
-- >oj shatter the vase if you will abides Sees ed. Ordinance of the City of Jasper Florida -
Madge Buckles Cook set me the Mrs. W. R McCrum (Blanch but the sent of the roses linger with ,
following poem from her scrapbook j Bryan) of Jacksonville spent the you. stillI .' 100 years Ago.February.. Mrs. J. W. E. Griner was hostess ,i adopting and making a part of the City '
7 This Union
and it starts off "Folks" in weekend with her parents Mr.'and. S e e morning and served delicious refreshmentsall Ordinances of the said City of Jasper, FlorIda ;
She and ,her : transports docked at Jacksonville, home made coffee sandwiches i
a nice way today. Mrs. Will ,Bryan have a little book "Cambridge j J
I amid the cracking of a few carbines I, the Southern Standard Building Code
PRAYER FOR.OLDER PEOPLE mother attended church Sunday. 30 years Ago" brought from an cakes ,nuts and mints. "
(and' aren't we all "older people"each "Old Books" store in JacksonvilleIt from retiring!) Confederate Part III, Plumbing 1962-63 Edition and,
moment?) Mr. and Mrs Pat Bowyer of was coprighted by James Russell troops.. The Farm Bureau met in White also Part II of the 1961-62 Edition relating
Thou knowest that am California arrived Tuesday morn There was no organized resist- Springs Monday night Rance An-I' ).;
"Lord I O Lowell in 1964. but inside it
says to Gas and also National Electric Code!
growing older- ing for a tittle'visit'with the Grandmother : "To Bertha with best wishes ance and by night fall the city had drews showed slide on Tobacco ,
Keep me from becoming too Mrs. Charles Ryan. The !.from Sara "Ooct very 6th 1886. become an armed camp. growing. Billy is President. 1962 Edition.
talkative and possessed with the Bowyers will make Florida their Now who Bertha and how According to reports "Jackson- | I
j idea that I must express myselfon home. dear? a friend was was Sara? ville Is pathetically dilapidated a Leon Sandlln'lIl the son of Mr. I I and that'a Public Hearing will be had and held upon
every subject. '. . I .. mere skyfton of its former self a and Mrs. Leon Sandlin of Sandlin| t the proposed Ordinance at the City Hall in
Release me from the craving! to Why are we all so nostalgic? Mrs. Pearle Miller is here from victim of war. Straggling winter Farm, and grandson; of Mrs. Ponce'' :
straighten out everybody's life. Were days sweeter then? California visiting the Alton Millers weed grow in the streets and the D. Sandlin and Dr. John Miller also I l Florida 'at a Special Council meeting Monday evening *

Keep my mind free from the recital In today's mall is a card from and the daughter Mrs Evelyn, remains of burned houses give a of here is a medical student at the'I' $ February 17, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. at which the -
of endless detaiL Give me wings: Redditt Orlando asking I grotesque* Cod forsaken and dreary Unversity of Virginia Medical
Mrs. of I Norris and family. In Californiashe tobe: public will be heard for or against the final passage of ,
to get to the point and then be quiet. news of the Madison Normal School y lives with her son Corbet aspect town.. I I I School, in his third year and he the said Ordinance andthat final
Seal my lips when I am inclinedto Then was.my first year experience (S W) Miller. tM. S j lis also in the naval' Reserve. Leon proposed passage ,
tell of my aches and pains; they [in teaching lath grade and it doesn't I I .555 February-7.; Sandlin, in has Just recently been of laid proposed Ordinance will be considered at such I
are increasing with the years and take any urging for me to talk Mac "Mishaps 'are like knives that The 'Confederate steamer St.Mary's given an extemehlp to study for time and place and that the said proposed Ordinance ,
my love to speak of them grows ism but ot'!'the years of the school i either serve' us or cut us, as we trapped in McQlrts Creek: two months this summer In Medical
I has been the bulletin board the Hall
I above Jacksonville by the gunboat posted on at City
sweeter as time goes by. later I cannot give her any Inform them by the blade or by the schools in Oslo Norway and,
''Make me thoughful but not nosey,tion.I :handle.grasp USS Norwich, was sunk and her he will also be given a months for at least one week prior to the said date of the said
helpful but not bossy (with my I I ,- ; I cargo of cotton destroyed to pre- travel In Norway and other places Public Hearing.
vast store of wisdom and experience I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hancock of j, THSE BEST THINGS IN LIFE vent falling into Union hands. which will keep him abroad for

it does seem a pity not to use Tampa were up on the weekend to Palince Strongs Febraury 7General three' "mOl1ths. His studies will In- Dated at Jasper Florida this 4th day of Feb--
it. But thou knowest. Lord I want visit parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank read In the''l Christmas edition of Joseph Finegan commanding crude neruolovy, pathology and
a few friends at the end." Hancock. ,the magazet "SUnshine""lie Confederate forces in disease of the heart. OSLO, NORWAY ruary 1964.
is richest "'ho Is content East Florida notifies General Beau-
is one of the sight seeing
Mrs. R. Dean Tompkins of Santa Quote, "Snobs are a dime a with" the least for content' lr-the regrad at Charleston: of the arrivalof tourists favorites cities over seas. ..'R. H. FISK City Manager
Monica California is a special guest dozen but. ladies and gentlemen by wealth of nature.ltl'rri'Jt ( Federal Troops at Jacksonville. ,
of Mr and Ibflrx. C. A. Tompkinsof ) the millions' are both rich and poor)' : Sacrates' Beauregard orders Finegan to hold Jasper has had many young people: +, -i1 LILLIAN BEMBRY
prominent and obscure but are in life the Federal forces at bay with make outstanding records in colleges "\0# '
the Colonial Inn White Springs al'i'i The best and sweeter things and universities and how City Clerk
The ranks are thinning of those ways fine people to know. I.\we.tIalr s you cannot buy; forces on hand. I,I proud we are for it takes work .\
who remember "Miss Bessie Tompkins The music of the birds at dawn, the
about snobs; "Florida Hundred Years Is and much study to accomplish the I
wife of Dr. Dean Tompkins We talk vehemently t rainbow in the sky. a Ago
above of Leon Sandlin III
but those who do remember the but it might be well to look closely The dazzling magic of the stars, published by Florida Library and story S S S S
vivacious' young lady will be hoping at oneself to see if we might be I I the miracle of light. Ilstorical Commission Civil War Mr. and Mrs. Louis Druck of I
while this visit. tainted over so little and ever so The precious gifts If' health and Centennial Committee. '
to see her on
Chicago Illinois the of
little is too much. I 208 Valencia Ave Coral Gables are guests For
. sight strength ,of hearing speech and I Florida. Edited by Samuel Proctor their daughter and family Mr. and ( .
Mrs Charlie Levin. They arrived
U of Florida.
The Complexity' ,of Today's- ,jThe peace> of mind that crowns a by plane tho past weekend. .
0 .\V busy life of work well done I
Car. jf1, i Maith:,' in God that deepens as youn This week at the Jasper Presbyterian -I' Mr. and Mrs. James Rutledge ,AII''
aI I\\ \ face the setting sun.Tre church Is.World Missions were guests of his parents Judge ,",
e, boom of love the joy of friend Seuon.- week 'of Prayer and and Mrs. Ernest Rutledgie.
slifp aa the years go by Self-denial for world missions. .
Cs. I I Se. .YourPrinting
; You find the greatest hissings are
CARE the things you cannot buy." Say the ground hog did see' his Mrs. George Smith (Dot Gay "
I sea ?sap,".et$ shadow a week of those six I I Smith) is in Winter Haven with avery
weeks cold is already gone sick daughter the former Mar
SPECIAL CAR ATTENTION: . cella Smith of here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harrison I I . I II.
extra'service '' spent the weekend over in Jack-
We give those important There are many friends in Jasperto sonville'-with Anne and,Gene. Mc- Another U. S. Flag wfH soon fly I.
with a smile. When you ,sorrow over the death of Mrs Kelvey. here on municipal property.,James ;i "
L. .{Botts of Ocala. ift . G. (Jim) Black Jr. talked with the Needs '
drive in here for gas we always Mrs., Boris left a Christian 1m- ,Mrs. Its.1siori tells me she hada I city" manager this week and Mr. ,
prinj in Jasper for the years theyIrrtdMiere. Fisk stated that due to pressing
level .\ letter from Peggy Harrison who j : "
_. check your oil, tires, water That statement is true II with )he I*.mother: now in Boston. :work the erection of a flag pole at f1J t
and clean your windshield. . I I also of Prof. Botts and the children Peggy plans to come to Florida In the City Hall had been delayed. He as
The going was rough those years the Spring. assured Jim that our National
CAR WASH only $2.00 but the one thing dominant was .5. Flag would soon be flying from City NEWSW

their Christian characters. The world Day of Prayer win be Hall and! very near future stressed f, THE. JASPER \
Jerry Smith's observed Friday 14 from 8 o'clockon We cannot over respect our flag i
I at the Jasper Methodist Church. respect and reverence! Is due the I Ii! _0 iY .
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GULF STATIONJasper The Presbyterians, are joining In
t this and other churches are cor- continued on page 8 : -- .
Telephone 792-3781, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clifton and :
Mrs. Hesbie Waters 'of Savannahwere - - -- -- --- --
here to attend the funeral of I i' ,

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If you're moving from a two- I Try one so super is to drive one.'
CEILING TILE i-i house, lighter p. ? Electric tachometer Positraction Chevrolet dealer than
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I bets are divisible Hi" 'rWas true Is true. .But";I'have corns
I" Scfaoo'l 111'111'H the sum of the : Warned" know through a study' of'these scrip I They adhere! strictly the teach-

H 1 off and Your bers is 3 or 6 or I I when attempting to'Study We that the word of God the Bibleis 'I Ing in. the cripture thrum that:man has ..,The' Jasper Chapter.. '.. no. >199' .Order. ;,, .
the sum'of whose r of this comnrtmlt.rtlnd the only dviniry recognized authority access to Cod pnrjr li Ciwlst.of Eastern Star'will hold anopen '
kv M L Powell have been warned about in Christianity. Hence I am' I have found that the of the J
-- -- -- multiple-of 9 will I[ > ; *
of the sieve of thenes. ible by 9r Take ![ I am\ supposed to' teach, now a convert to Quist and therefore -',Christ Is",complete% >y scriptural In Installation* -On Saturday nlghtr'r "
, Did you ever hear 'I ample 1 We '' minds have already been a member of 11..;church;,the /organization: worship membership; 4, v x' 1 .-". .-
Eratosthenes Well, it Is a rather I II Although rather oil, this sieve Is I to' kill I have been happy to 8th at.'::00 p.m. vo
old mathematical device invented these numbers I by those who seek Church of Christ. I have not, as my;;[and teaching. Febraury
useful in the
quite new approach to
I :b. I toy nine since the which I1 may have protestant and catholic friends predicted I learn ,of many people around the
this Greek Mathematician in math, especially in Its relationshipto The public Is Invited. to attendA
P", by lit them. Now isn't this funny found anything taught in the [world who have come to this same '.
6, 8 and 4 is I .if
Iarranged I the L.CM. Lowest ; '
which the numbers from 2 100 are 'factoring, (
; '
who claim to be liberal church of Christ contrary to the: 1<:I'1p. covered dish service will be
digits 3. 9.,6 and
in vertical colwms'or 61|Common Multiple) and the II.CJX of lfres.e r
minded in all matters teaching of the Bible. The churches .
... i to 10 rows. All the .(Highest. Common Divisor). In factoring spection' see served at 7:00 o'clock.McGAULEY'S .
tolerant all religious religionof
I not divisible by 2, and of of Christ do not embrace a ) Box 226
"' I composite num: we speak of numbers as be- 'assume that it is only draw the line where fear and superstition. They accept t JenningsF7orlda. .,. 'IA"r'f.7 .. ., .' : '.\
1 jbers (numbers'I ing either composite or prime. A The Factor I i I preacher (is' concerned, the scripture and it alone. 'as : .
: I$4 that art divisible I composite number Is one that can be .. -A"-7.-7V. Aj
t little device, to ; when he happens to a A g. 4g g- Y.J' __"..7g --.A
. (by other numbers be divided< by other numbers In addition the different of the Church: of Chrlrtt a ,I'':' 'I
J, in addition, to,;|NJself to Itself and one. Prime numbers you In all fairness who Is
might develop.
I and.one) are,, can be divided only by itself develop some and why only with mem I
: out leaving and one. might use the church of our Lord do .. I
the' prime In looking at a number there are equally as well. I this situation to exist?
(Num certain tests.that we can apply, to :look something I feel sure that I can answer
that can be see In what way it Is divisible. In I of the questions ,completely,
div'y by itself and one) le ft the firt place any even number is 12 want to leave it to each of you FISH MAUKEr .
unerased or not punched out. Each divisible by 2. Any number ending 6x2 I this article.Also I want
composite number that was"pUnch-I in 5 or 0 Is divisible by 5. Any num ask this one' question 'for
/ed out left a. ,hole. ,Hence all'the ber"Whose digits add( up to three or Could this' lack

t composite numbers went through will be divisible by 3. 'Trwa 15. 12. toward the church of ... .. .1
the sieve-L*>., the sieve of Eratos-I 24. 21 and many much larger num- '. 16 I possibly be because you can- \,', 1 "11. "
I -.. 8 x : us'.t obet}teaching any
'. ( n -- doctrine. Jhereore the NEW 1 LOCATION '
i, ] is to seek to destroy : > & : 'P *>* "

i, Jeame ,jiit: I: h i, The! Light t or of i the bqareriof i.} :, ?the? Bafton's'FruitSta d ii F font t of P6st Office i '

J 1 ) I I conclude our aljoted) space .'.' : .' .
I I[ by the good will oftnw Jasper :
Brown Hair
'ContestAt JJ ;
Regardless of : relate-to from fi AJI
\ ( I wish to you
;tree the base i of a member of the'church I -
Foster Memorial l same. That Is, name I do not have, but Special.Fri. dna' bat. ..i
J into its prime : letter is here before me
Ot \ .
J keep in mind ,! what he experienced when :
JJ'J' Whit Springs, Florid Anne Holts of Coral Gables, is I purposes of the searching the scriptures 7
February A lovely voice in Vienna lead students to effort to learn the truth and .
I Florida young now studying of"'mat person TROUT . . ... .o'. ... Ib .40 ./fls t '
E41 girl with an excellentsinging'voice Austria, and will ba unable to es and not to :
i : Rill be 'awarded eee her successor chosen.' How memory and rote the gospel and thereby be CATFISH .-.v. .. . . Ib.: .40 U '
the largest scholarship, when ever, the 1962 "Jeanle" Rebecca by in the field of I) a member of the Church of N .
I the 13th annual musical event Becky) Jenkins of Or- OYSTERS: < .', . Ib. .99 .

is held at the Stephen Foster '!Undo ,will 'b* present to great ." .t. MEDIUM MULLET . H lb .17 .1.,:J ; I
I 'Memorial at White Springs, the 1964 entries and assist in friends and relatives were ..,..,. "'1 .'0(" n' rr 'w' ,1 tl'J ,rj ,:,. "
i Florida; February 15th. activities at"ttie'State of FlorIda
The winner tH. year for the music shrine -on the Suwan- g the ''Bible: become a FISH. DRESSED FREE i Sr :
nee River of the Church: of Christ ,
first time will receive a 'cash r ibi'! "' > I T
t Tht. girls mOat'of them only." I realize now .
scholarship of :$1.000 along "J
I; with the coveted 'Jeanie':', titleto Ugh school I en Ion and college were completely sincere We Carry Smoked Bacon, Sausage and various other item ALL

assist in her musical. education students! ,. will arrive.at the as they attempted to vegetables in t''
I according' to Thelma Bel- Memorial on Friday afternoon( me the mistake 'I would be season

I tin, .pedal events director at February 14," MUs Boltin By\ studying the Bible I ,. t: .
said "The will Have found that the things they ; : < '
I the Fostre Memorial who an- ) an op- ''r'S ._" .
portunity to talk) with floe three 0 about the Church of Christ S ;
flounced plans for the colorful .lK792483l"I #ti7..YJ .t".t'JC'4JJ.J7"r;. "t.-JJ"' 4" 'W 'W.JA'W'AV ..:''
event todya. In past years, .the prominent u'..of- 'tate judges I so. If they had been so, I ..'
winner, bas received a $500ICholan.b'p in an informal 'gathering that 1{ would have been making a I."j
from the Stephen evening. On Saturday morning, mistake. Having been a / I. '
Florida I
: Foster Memorial Commission each girl win sing one numberfor Tampa The Florida of a religious: sect for up (i'/V(51)( ) +
while four runners-up bare received the judges and have a briefinterview 15th this year years, it is easy for me to .'
$200 scholarships. The with" them under casual the view of these
Utter will remain at $200 this condition t'v"At represented FFA Day All at ., And ,I am sure that out of 1
year Miss Boltin said. 2:00: p.m. Saturday the ben, that 'will 'love Jar me they were trying
formal performances will beheld helpful. But now I realize they ,,
,Approximately 20 talented in the auditorium of the team. They'!) will guided by grevious misunder
stock swine beef
young singers will participatein Foster Carillon Tower. The My'friends and relatives i .
classes of each.
the 13th annual adaditions girls :wU lappear in their antbettie sent me various pamphlets ,
sponsored by the Stephen Foster .' 1854 style gowns at Chapter will be which contained conflic
Memorial Commission and that time and be finally judff- by Bill Butler { confusing teachings about ;a.f .
Horace Bates t'y{
this Florida Federation of Muss ,.
.ed;? will baptisms Christian woe ..1'i"_.._
leave S
.s "
le'Clufce.The event open' to '
? Corona tloft' of the winner and other topies frtiere were
ages will ba a feature of the 18th from catechism: .prayer r+
and 21, Inclusive, who art advanced annual "Jennie" Ball, an event noon. .and other creeds of uninspir '15-1jij. a f
musician capable of originated in 1962 by the Florida Reporter f ., All of these seemed to say ..
giving creditable radio television Federaltion'of Music Clubs' pamphlets, a' number ,of r ;
and concert pertformaneee. Stephen. Foster Memorial Cor whatevera man believes to beIltr"
Each entry must ba sponsored -, porator, headed by Mica Leon ji-jp 4r /
by a Florida Federated Whitehurst of BrooksviU This r rf -5."
Music Club and must ba from Jnvita>tion event is to be h'eld CRO I 4
a. family legally residing in ;lr!
In the Foster ajlvsewn buildIng i '/ '
Florida.. Satunday night, Miss Bol II .:t.I t.
Let year's winner Xeitha tin said.

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the age of our civili '
ALL SIZES .la reckoned at' some 6000 ;
I *, the past two generation ."';
witnessed more advance- : '
OF'FlhMS' in certain areas of science
technology than all the pre-, \ i .

Q D << generation j combined. ." .
It .
breakthrough In atomic re- .
speed and' space bav S : ;

*e.* ahead at breathtaking ( ," ..

GET Torn' humanity hasn't I

Also Polaroid ... been able to.keep pace : .
this brilliant advancement. .

.. FLASH BULBS ENLARGING our great scientific ,,"..1
..._ .: one out of three of :
24-hour: Developing l ', citizen Is enslaved. hun .".' .'.
or entrapped In tn abysmal ... 'v>f
FILM SPECIAL of Ignorace. ,
,. of advancement the -\t\.
I advanced: facilities for *.U- ,
sizes 127 or 620 Drolls 'c 't.
69" ee laundry and cleaning in .
area will be found at JAS-
35c, ,per roll or.. : L Jasper, LAUNDRY& CtjCANERS' !: r. .
you ladle who Vrould pre- .;K'
Telephone sending your work oat, we : .:'

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NEW :! JASPER f ORIDA 1 Friday February 1,1964s
('AGE SIX .' _' _,_. ..rH. .-."JASPER '

-- 1 children had dinner with their

5 Jlctos --.n bIiCoA-.n--noU.nCen1-ents; .BURNHAMNEWS 'daughter and sister Mr. and :Mrs.
: : 11e aSper .0 tfrmltfo/Nemorla/
,' i } "' p. u I V f(:rr By .LOIS. ZIPFEREEMr. 1[Don Sunday.DeLoach in Madison County

I' Published Every Friday' j and Mrs. Van Walla anu ',hlldren C. .

,<": ;, Second,, Claw Postage Paid at Jasper Florida IN CIRCUIT o6tmr..' this 4th day of Februanl11A'Ds 1" { Jfo.pila{ W* of Jacksonville spent the week :Mrs. ,Rufusv:a n- thdaugh-
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in Advance THIRD JUDICIAL CIR TJleIJD Circuit Court of end with Mrs Elizabeth, Kramer I ter Margartt of: Valdosta spent
Subscription Strictly Clerk -
and family. their
I TTlTi. Hamilton County sometime with sister and aunt
!i '* 33.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County IN CHANCERY IDA. ,bIAJtc. Jon., Deputy Clerk .e. I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Deas over
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t. Cards of Thanks . . $1.00'Minimum LINDA- rniLror.Plaintiff 'Sl'f' T THE CIRCUIT COURT. Miss Rita- Stephens was- up from I, the weekend. Mrs.) Culbreth and
.- Telephone SYcamore 2-6331, :' -- Or) CIRCUIT IN AND Gainesville spending the weekend. daughter 'and Mrs. Deas visited
; a. n. P"I""O'I"". COUNTY 'k" their brother and uncle Mr. James
Publishers DefendantIN FOR HAMILTON at her home in Jennings. She also
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors -
THIS NAME AND BY THE! AU K'CHANCERT visited friends there. 1e1ee 1 Lee in Lake City Sunday.
1 THORITY OF TilE! STATE OF OLIVER SILBH I Mr. and Mrs. VYTlmer Shiver of
CIVICS ClASSVISD'S FLORIDA I PlalatltlFLORIDA Jennings visited Mr. and Mrs.
TOI a. R. riniroT -... Mr. and Mrs. Quinteen Deas and
whose reeldence and address I'l lLllllnston Isaac Shiver Sunday'' afternoon.
''' 11 TOWN COUNCIL North Carolina; car of MAB S1LKR.A Defendant. children spent the weekend with S cc.MISSIONARY.
Norwood Brick Company: IN THE NAME AND BY THE Charles PorterA. I their parents and grand parentsMr.
4 OGkScontknled (lJQ Two students Lfllian Riley and A sworn bill/ of Complaint hav AUTHORITY OF TUB! STATE G. Lawson and Mrs. Gene i SPEAKS
C lag Med to thin. Court against ; Hogans.
; BiDy Morgan, with their teacher been or FLORIDA Leila Callender a native ofVal-
Mrs. Alia Mae Cason I .
the relief therein sought being C '
: Mrs. Bertha Register( attended a you TO: FLORIDA lAm SILER dosta and a missionary to Mexico
to__ _... divorce. You are required to answer whose residence and address I* David Ilarvey
meeting of the 'town Council on aid complaint Os or befor. February unkn..1A I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Noriega will speak. at Burnham Christian
Monday night,: February 3. Mr. C 4. 114; furnishing to C. A. Avrlett! Sworn bill of complaint having/ Russell Rhoden and children of DeCateur Georgia Church Monday night February 10
4. from Jasper; Florida: Plaintiff Attorney, been filed in this Court against you, Wesley Mizell and Mr. Homer Sullivan of Jacksonville
Courtoy the Mayor presided a copy thereof, else decree pro con. the relief tllerttlll sought being dl- Mrs. Pauline McKlnnon at 7:30: p.m. Everyone is invitedto
and stripes and those who The purpose of our visit to the t..o will b. entered against you. Tore; you are'.required to answer spent the weekend with come and hear this women tell
WITNESS MY hand and the .Ml- mid complaint on or before March 1, Mrs. AxHna Simpson their Mr. and Mrs. Joe
fought to save it. meeting was to see and hear our vial seal of this Court at Jasper ltd; furnlihln to Odl M Hendee Mn Martha Harvey parents of her great works In Mexico. She
"" e. Town Councilman in action. Florida! this 10th day of January, sop, Jasper, Florida PUIntiff Attorny with Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan were is being sponsored by the Christian
A. D. 114 a p7threof.. eise John Jr. City Com THELMA LEWIS. b. entered rOut Women Fel10wshfp ,Group of Burn
f D. Arlington pro conf Mo will, ;
We heard these men discuss Joe Corbett Sullivan of Live Oak.
in Palatka has been Clerk of Clroutt Court y Colored Patients In Hospital Now: ham 0n1rch.CLASSIFlln'ADS,
-tnbsloner appointed
several matters of extreme importance by Alice Jon**. D. C. WITNESS MY hand *ad th*) fflOM e.ee
by Governor Bryant and C. A. A"rI.I' anal of this Court at "..per. Edmond Brown' ,
Senators Holland AId Smathers to to the people of our town. On irt Florida Florida, this Ird day .t February, Ronald Lumpkin "J \. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Cunningham I MALICIOUS:
councilman stated that they were S4 Il| Feb.. 7, 14 11//. Anette Hewitt and Mr. ,and Mrs. Bert ZIpperer
serve on the Executive Committee .. Pbelma Lewis "
." i always concerned' about the welfare -- yy WOODS!
for the 1964 Presidential Dinner. Clerk of ClrcuiCosts Tom Norfleet and daughter Lois spent Saturday.
of the people and wanted to do CM I* H. Hendervon night 'aocSl Sunday in"Gainesville
President Johnson will be the THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT *
J what seemed best for the Town'of Japer. Florida PATIENTS DISCHARGED BURNINGMUST
.5. with their children Dr. and Mrs.
which 5
I guest of honor at this Dinner 1I.ORIDA. .Feb. T 14 tl III'} Mar I
Jasper. Our city Attorney, Mr. SINCE LAST WEEK,
I '0 Richard Cunningham and children
27th in )
will be held on February IN CHANCERY BES10PPED
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the Fbuntalnbleau Hotel in Miami F.'Dr HaiTell was present. He HOWARD FRANKLIN MeCALL, and Mrj and'Mrs! Maxie, :Mathisand ,
raised several pertinent questions Plaintiff L Michael Green 0 I
"f. ; ti children. !
Beach. during the meeting ARAH BRYAN-V.-' .c.'L Essie Mae White (CoL) .see
John is the huabe.nd.of the former Defendant \ Donnell Register
\ Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and
Shirley Dedge. Shirley and the I After the Councfl meeting, we IN TUB NAME! AND BY THE AU. --- Wllmer Tomllnson -..
children Kevin' and Kaye were here stayed to see a session of Mayor's THORITY FLORIDA OF THE' STATE OF Hal Holton

visiting the Walter Dedge last Court,' TO SARAH BRYAN MeCAL ii TO.PICS Walter Pierce (CoL) I
whose reildeace and address isCaro
in Miami attending
week while John was of Sarah Style Salon Troy; ,
the tint meeting of this We, were impressed with these North Carolina Mrs. Ann*JelinMil.
committeeCoL I I new experiences. We feel strongly A aworn bill of Complaint having Your Lad* Year Medical:Doctor Sorwiy*f Uedtciae..nd the Agnes Hart MIMEOGRAPH, ..FOR SALE

. we have good government, and that ,been the relief Tied (In therein this Court ought asmlnstou being Florid Medical Allocution.: Mrs. Louise Scan 'PAPERWhite S8 Blscayne Chevrolet Standard
these capable leaden serve us well divorce. You are required to anawer SHOULD ATHLETES Stanley Holton 'ransmisslon V-8 engine good condition
C. A. Avriett underwent an The entire'CMci class is looking aid eomplalnt' On or before February SMOKY Ora Lee Boswell (col.) and Colors good tires, radio and heater.
last week in Pine- 4. 11(4} furnishing to C A. ATriett;
eye operation forwardto j vitlt:to the,City Hail Jasper; Florida; Plaintiff Attorney, "went out"for THE JASPER NEWSFOR Phone 792-4700 Feb. 7 P
view General Hospital. Reports are Anyone"who ever I
on Friday February 7, to hear Mr. a copy thereof; she decree pre con-
that he Is doing fine and is expecting ease will b. entered against you. football or some other team ,
Robert Flsk. our,City Manager, tell WITNESS MY hand and the .ffl. sport in school remember that SALE.-.HOUSE In Jasper USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR
to return home soon. I us more of the .workings, of our ctrl veil of this Court at Jasper the coach told him to cut out 3500. Others priced higher. See! I Sale. Good condition. $40 and
I government lorfdki 11.i..this Kta day of January; smoking 'fit cut the wind," CAMS Robert Ehlert or W. L. Bryan Reg. I $50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper
low A.D.
Mrs. Horace Lewis and Mrs. Ray i I i Class Reporter Lillian Riley THELMA LEWIS the coach said Usually w< believed Real Estate Brokers Jasper tic ,- phone 792-4421 tie
word CamP. Jr. visited in Pen n.1 Clerk of Circuit/ Court him nd avoided smoking -
by Alice Jones, D. C.G OF'
dina last: week with the Camp's SAVE-SAVE-SAVE 1

4 relatives. .. I Jasper business but will be a decided Jri:A. Avrlett Florida smoking Now science really can does prove"cut that the THANKS 30-gal( glass,lined water beaters Georgia Plate Glass Co.
I 14 III Feb. T. 14 $7496:10! co-ft- Refrigerators $189-
uPlift to lit or main St. wind"-that is, cause a marked .Store Fronts
Mrs Graham Black would like to Just another Instance of Jasper 'IN CIRCUIT COURT decrease breathing f capacity.. 95 w.t.; 361 Ib. Upright Freeezers A Mirrors Uccllvered
get her pretty male collie. dog back. Business, determination build a THIRD JUDICIALdIR- After reviewing reports on $199.96; 473 Ib. Upright Freezers ./.Atob EHelceare..Showers
The dog resemble 'LuaieIt better city. CUIT. IN AND FOR HAMILTON scientific studies of breathing I would like to take this opportunity $23996; '647-Ib. Upright Freezers 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52&5
knows the wehre about of COUNTY capacity American MedicalAssociation's thank each and
anyone every $299.95 12-ft. Automatic Defrost
Mr, David Barker will be,manager FLORIDA. ;
this dog It would be appreciated U I '., IN CHANCERY Committee on who was so thoughtful with their Refrigerator with' 91-lb. Freezer.
of this plant. .... :Medical Aspects of Sports
would inform the COLE
owner. cards flowers and fruit during
you MR.NKBT MOBINION.' ERNEsT recommends that athletes my $24996 w.t 5-year warranty at
.e. i I Captain Loraine of Jacksonville one KAOLBB. W. D. SANDERS should be strongly advised recent stay in the hospital. Manning'sRadio'.Service, call 793- FARMERSMONEY
The Jasper Laundry Is rebuilding .1 I ..4 CHARLIE HARRIS, ..aTrasteee against smoking.. In fact ten I pray God's richest blessings 4421 Jasper. _' tfc I
the three whose plane was
the plant burned months men .t P.plar springs Haptilt inhalations of cigarette smoke of for your farm opera-
many lot 'over East Germany and Caarek' *f J..* .. Fiends. upon each one you.
ago. killed Plalntlfff. have been shown to materially Mrs. Kate Fletcher VISIT FRIER MUSIC\ COMPANYIn tions at reasonable'cost. Terms
It is fast taking shape. This building >'subsequently; ;) was -- .. reduce airway conductance to Live Oak Florida.for all to fit your( needs. Loans up to
the husband of Barbara' Ann Coo: Ail per..as rlaumlBg say the lungs. The decrease is as your I '
will be practically fireprioof. kran who was the grandaughter of ..at*, rlakt. title ar la.*nt la, much as SO p.r cent and lasts I wish to thank many rela. musical needs fi "organs and 7 years. Can North Florida Production

Do wood will I be used on the In. the late Mrs. Effle Ivy of Live t lira 4e ap.*.irrlked*. taa real.r say propertyaerela part for as 'long as an hour. fives and friends for their prayers pianos to records' and record play Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave
side. The walls are of concerete Oak and cousin of Mr. Elmer Deas. hereof One effect 'of smoking; on Cards and sympathy while I was in en. tfc | Live Oak. Tel 362-2588
trams and the beams are of steel Defendant, breathing is to slow down the the hospital. --- .
These tragedies are often closer THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: rate at which ,stale air can be REPAIRS
The front will be plate glass horn than we think. ..1t: penon claiming any estate expelled from the lungs. The C. H. McCormick 1 Acre for' sale All
flanked by block walls covered with tltl I* or interest In or lien upon -- We repair all types T. V. and near
[ 'het real property herein described heavy smoker has trouble .in cleared and fenced.
hurci\l\--tthe radio. Also .Mannings Only $1,000.See
"'The \
metal. Hand"
glad and Mrs.
or any part thereof, Defendant, breathing quickly easilyunder Nancy Wetherington ,
The front canopy will be 24 x 26ft Can our ch unh: .;clalm that title? QRhBTlNUS.You heavy exertion.I her family wish to express their appreciation Radio Service. Jasper 792- W. L. Bryan'792-2985.' Robert
Toil will be not only good for i'irmakes' difference. ," are Hereby noHIUd ''thaU, a 'Thlr k: ***'.:tlcne'lO';most: to t Dr. Mickler Ehlert, 792-449L Reg. Broke"4 tfo
; ,
1, proceeding to quiet title ha* been. and individual when: N Nan ..:J2r; 1l. L .:.. !: 0' .,
brought In the Circuit Court for Uamllton team sport
Dr. her
Rawls Smith special duty Mattresses I
maximum effortis Upholstering Needs re
County Florida against all FOR SALE Purebred Duroce
f'I" ., peralna claiming any estate right) required for a brief moment. nurses and the entire hospital staff novated furniture upholstered 'ven-I Hogs: out of Sears Roebuck pig
title ar iatere In. or lien jipon the It hard sprint in foot for their kind and,tender care in '
majr tian blinds rebuilt w< upholster
lea Cham. Good Call
following[ described real propertyKltuat ? 'ball + for> .,ebound in her illness. Also for the breeding stock.
A ? a lovely
In Hamilton County Florida automobiles and make seat covers. V tfc
Back BLACK to.wlt: basketball Vfast run to try to flowers' cards visits and prayers I Come to : 792-6331 0 ,
see us. ,
Lot 1, Block' 11. CaldwelVi beat a throw to first bate in
from her friends. Cod love ,
May AIL FLORIDA MATTRESS and LOST Beautiful fairly large size
.: Survey; City of Jasper, Florida baseball, a quick jump to reach '
| for a bigh tennis ball a hard abide with each of you. UPHOLTERINQ COMPANY reddish color male collie looks like
and are hereby required to file ) ..
; "f' [.. with you the Clerk of said Court your finish sprint in swimming. The 200 Pine,$treet I.1.v1\. Oak. Fla. Lassie. Do please 'return to my
written appearance,. Tor.. > .. written appearance Personally, or fine natural athlete highly -
or before the lith day.of March A. ,framed and skilled may find "t l: -- --. --,_.- --
D. 1114, after the Issuance of thissummons that his capacity for that all. .
) and thereafter to file
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vice on the opposing counxel and important finish sprint or leap
CouncilmanI file with Mid Clerk your written dos is slightly Jess than it might FAms AND Foaiuwt DOSSMT '
City menses. If any, to th* comphttnt at the have been if he 'laid i off tobacco.In ALWAYS GO TO TUC MEAD.- FILMS
I Imei prescribed by law, therein ..,- a close finish between well- SOmlTlrMi IT tiocc 10 TMCSEARS '
Ung up the estate right title or
matched athletes, the nonsmoker 'OUT"!
I nterent I In or lien upon the above
described property claimed by you. has the edge .
I PLEDGE IF 'ELECTED Herein, fall not or judgment will be There isjio,, 'longer room
entered against you by default. for doubt 3hat t:7': { L atL
NOT TO GAMBLE WITNESS my hand and the seal not smoke
of thla' said Court at Jasper }Florida r DevelopedNOW

;'' with 'the Tax Dollar on ANY private interprise. .

A \I y Your City Tax $$$ should not be invested for

the financial benefit of individual i I 24-HOUR SERVICEBLACK ,
any one ; particularly 3 Days Only at 3 Days -
I Why should the Burden of, "onjb" fall upon the ,
i entire city?
1 '
Van H. Priest Co. Inc
Filnu For Sale '
What adverse conditions have arisen from
I construction work beyond 'tho CityLimits? Polaroid Film 35 m.m. Color Film'- Other FilmBring'

I "'.1 1. A'tre endous decrease in OUR City Surplus t & SONS i Your Rolls To ..

2. Investment of Tax Dollars without interest et

t I 3. Re-Construction of .streets. (many are a safety THE JASPER: NEWS

\ hazard) is now at a stalemate COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE ,

i 4. Delay in purchase of needed; fire fighting equipment L- SY 2-6331

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I strongly recommend and if Elected ,your ,

I Councilman shall pursue investigation: pf the above I I"f : 't' '. '

I will recommend-and support whether elected RegistratTn'o'Books Open

-your Councilman or not A CITIZENS COMMIT- .

TEE to be selected by citizens not affiliated with the ZB .

i City_Administration to present grievences and suggestions :

to our city County at its Regular meetings. I The Registration Books are open in the

t Jasper needs constructive help: from the entire : Office of Supervisor of Registration in Court-

{ City of which each of you is,most important.

i We need and must have daily interest from our 8 :t house every day for all qualified electors in County -

i City meetings.Government NOT once A month at scheduled BIG l1x1+PORTRAIT who are not registered ,under the permanent

I shall if Elected your Councilman urge 1 100# i Registration system.

cooperation,with The Jasper Garden Club. Beautifi-

cation ,of Jasper should be the responsibility of all .only $100 reg.S 8.00 Books will close April 5 and remain closed

Not just the ladies of this
loyal Club -

I promise ,as 'your Councilman to take immediate until five days after the primaries in May.If .

action in effort have the ,. rt i s Iii Hasiini I-wiiiti' t turn
an to Garbage
removed from its present site. dump J) Prorosropher Will Be At you have not registered do so at once dur-'

The location now is a hazard to health and an eye Priest Co. Inc office hours. .
sore to all ,Van H. i ing regular "
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I solicit your support and vote on March 3rd 10a.m. to 1 p.m. 2 p.m. to S.pm.UMTTOne'rw !!" ."v,.* .

Councilman : j Sincerely f
for .. ';: ', r ; ,
Register NOW at the City Hall Voting is your 1 { SbHtd-> Two Per Family 1' i '

; privilege take advantage of it. Each Additional Subject $3.95 ANN C MALPAS ,

1'-1 I Sincerely. t J r February 6, 7, 8 1964 I .. : f- Supervisor of Registration

Si James (Jim! ) G. Black Jr. Those ot fctou holding certificates/ from Roberts of Dayton .* *t* +* )

:' will please come in far setting at no extra cost.



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Friday. February 7, 1964 THE: JASPER NEWS 'JASPER FLORIDAEL. ..' -- PAGE SEVEN

r .. Jasper Industrial Developmentlforp. WHITE SPRINGS I LOW INTEREST .'
Ir '

':: FARM FOR SALE, : .: Issues Report After:Meeting I NEWSi LONG. TERM

by 'Mn.l\Ir, ,.CallasW.S.C.S :LQANS ;
i j The Jasper Industrial Develop, '

r i 5221/2 ACRES Near 'ment Corporation held a Stockholm Hen Still A1ive 'met at' the, Methodist Thru the
Jennings '
t errs meeting ct \January !3)I ) In the ....", Church in the Educational: Building FEDERAL LAND BANK

10% ,down WA Florida Power/Lqfmge, at which' Brad Vlnson, 4-11 Club member, Monday night, Feb. 3 at 7:30: pm. Live Oak ; 362-1525
per year heard repbrt oik
they a the status of
I found an unusual egg at his grand Rev. Luttrell of the Wesley Memorial -
101 down, 10% per year the corporation. and of Its recent activities. mother's chicken farm at the Tri Church in Lake City showed Federal Land BankASSOCIATION
angle. Ills grandmother Mrs. films of his trip through the Holy.
3 ACRES TOBACCOsee Elected as directors were John Brookins, called Rance Andrews, 'Lands. There was a short business I I --
edge, Robert Ehlert Charles Jones who brought the egg to the Jasper(meeting and refreshments, after i II
-- --- EUgene Lang. Henry Lee. J. R.MUler News. It is 7V4 Inches around the the showing o* the films. I I LIVE OAK

w. L BRYAN 792-2985 Frederick T. Mlckler Jr., middle and 8% Inches around the The Official Board meeting will Mr. and Mrs. Max: F. Johns, Jr.
and Paul Weber.organized The directors with Robert Immediately long: way. It weighs 1514'" ounces. be held Tuesday night Feb. 11 at I are parents of a daughter born Jan. II '311 I South Ohio Avenue
-or- At last
I reports, the hen was still
ROBERT EHLERT 792-6331 Ehlert at president. Dr. Mickler,!alive and laying.EVER age.: p.m.A short at the meeting Methodist of the parson Commission '30 hi Hamilton Memorial Hospital
Vice President and Paul Weber
as She was named Gkfeet'Ann Johns.

Registered... .. Real .Estate Brokers SecretaryTreasurer.TJie TIME A FOREST the meeting.on Education will follow Jacob and Janie Candy (colored) HELP' (
ry .,,... ...- '" -011I/ I.:' yy -" -.-.. -_. "" I .
1 &> or'atlat'"taS'oYfanlzed r I yA-.Spetlf 1 player service will be. are parents !>t. a daughter, Sonya
several years ago with the sale of wets; flltEl11IKES.: held at the Methodist Church Wednesday Lorraine Candy,* born '''Jtuir.t.IB -'HELPkicious '.
111 about 80 shares of stock at $100 per I j I night Feb. 12, at 7 pm. Hamilton Memorial Hospital. ,
share' to provide a nucleus of an YOU Everyone is invited. BURN
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organization which could be rapidly ee'e '.
expanded If necessary to assist a I sEt BURNED ; David White is home after spending In Lake City', He had to have surgery ..

Gw Q here new,industry or to assist, to become one already established located I, y. 'N'A.' ..severeal. .- 'J"AV-J1'.v.--days In the hospital---" __ on_ _his__hand.________ ___ __ _____ __ ____ _
pa nn --- mu
c here to expand. The objectives
of tho torpor'continue to beth

Chance At same present there are 61 lnd1v1dj j New-We
uals and four I
corporations are are now
shareholders of Jasper Industrial
NOW! Development Corp. Two shareholders )

own two shares each having I
bought one from another stockholder -j
who left the community. Fieri- Wilkinson Sword

da Power Corp owns five shares: featuring:

h 'CHl Rat eI E1e1'Sdwlbty two shares are owned by WUson I .
I' Life Insurance Company one share : Garden ToolsYou've '

each is owned,byNorth Florida ,
Telephone Company and I W.G.D. ,.
BRIGHT POND (JASPER) CALVARY BAPTIST CITOBCH Chevrolet Company. On the basis never ,
BAPTISr CHURCHRev. : seen or handled Garden Tpols like These.
Jasper of net assets shares now represent .
Blackburn I '?
Vernon pastor CI
dondsy School ...." _'... 10:OCl a.m. Pastor: Rev. Fred( Herring a value of somewhat over $120. : ..
Morting Service _.M 11:00 a.m. Sunday School ........,10:00 am. During 1962 financial assistance I: .NOTCHED
Training Union _......__ 6:30 Morn Service ... .... 11:00 was lent to Mitchell Milling Company I SHEAR. Special pruning notch'makes EDGING SHEAR.;Gets. lawn edges neat t with effort. .
.___ !!! am. also a corporation for acquir '
Evening Worship ..... ,_ 7:30
}flde k Prayer Service every Training Union ,......... 6:30p.m. Ins new facilities. This new equip his a versatile) shear.. Perfect balance and floating less action. Light tubular steel handles, floating

Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. Evening Service ........ 7:30 pm. ment is the tall metal bin across I -
_JASPER.. FIRST METHODIST Prayer Meeting Wed. ," 7:30: p.m. the street from the stock pens. It is bearing make.it easy to use. Hollow ground blades bearing and hollow forged blades assures operation
now possible for them to sell feed,
"The Friendly Church" In bulk and quickly load large for supurb cutting action and long life. and long life.
trucks from this big bin. This is in .
ORDER OF SERVICE Between Jasper and Jenningson contrast to the costlier method of 'i
School .. .... 9:45: a.m.
highway 41 packing the ground feed into thous. SWORD SHEAR. A general shear with
Morning Worship 11:09 a.m. purpose LAWN SHEAR. Where the mower can't reach, this
Sunday Mom. Bible Study 10 toll ands of sacks. This company is now '

EVENING Everyone ce SERVICES Invited Worship Service ........ 11 to 12 in better position to meet compet : hollow ground,blades assures ease of cutting' and tool can-and without stooping or crawling along.
Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 ition. :
Junior Fellowship ....... 6:00:00pm.Tooth p.m.. Wed. Evening Bible Study .. 8:00 Before this Investment, the total I long life. Perfect balance, Floating bearing. Hand.

Jr. High Fellowship Fellowship...._ .:00 p.m. Phone WE8-2091 funds of the corporation was in the : EDGING KNIFE. No effort, no stooping for perfect
--.J. local bank and lome, sturdy beechwood handles.
on time deposit I .
Worship Serric __.. 7:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH awaiting an appropriate opportun : curves andVt'raight' t line edges in 1 lawn or gar d en.LADIES' .
Social Muse p.m.
Youth Sayer Canon, Pastor. I
Wednesday Hour of Power 1:15: p.m Sunday School at (5 ity.Beginning
: in 1958 and extending : SHEAR. Designed to make gardening .
a SWOE. This remarkable versatile tool does
PRIMITivE BAPTIST Morning: Worship ..._.... 11:0fl/ ) a.m. Into 1960 the corporation lent financial more
BETHEL Training Union ........ 6:43 :
Bible Study at in,:a.m each. Son. Evening Worship ............ p.m.'::00Pra.er .assistance. to Suwannee Industries pleasure for the lady of the'house. Its light weight, jobs than a hoe ever did-and its fun to use. This
Church Settles 11 a.m. 7 pAD. the local Mobile Homes factory ;
.4 Sundays each Month Services at 7:30 Wednesday p.m. This was done by means of perfect balance ,and hollow ground blades make cut. 3 aided blade weeds, cultivates, draws seed drills,
PBYB 6W( p.m. each Sosday a chattel mortgage taken upon each : ;
Elder L. M. DeVane, pastor JASPER CHURCH OF COD coach under construction. Nearly. I ting effortless.Easy:, to grip beechwood handle. I., levels beds;.whip grass etc. .
GLENN PRIDGEN Pastor .1/ ;. .
- --- four hundred dollars was earned : \ 'r1 }[. '* ....., 'f., .
JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Sunday School ,__, 10)00 a.m by these short term loans In 1969. I 4 jt" l
CHURCH SERVICE Morning Worship _?.? 11:00: am. But more important, a payroll of : ," We also feature the new Wilkinson. Sword Razor ,
The Rev. William W. Van Zant III Evening Worship ........ 7:00: p.m over eighty thousand dollars resul- COME AND SEE THESE AT ;.... '.'I .
twday Schoo1---IU: a. n.; Wednesday ted during that year, a s&ial contribution : : Blades.Roberts1 ,
Services ........--- 11:00 Prayer Meeting --:...- 7dt p.m. to the local economy.In I ,
.-JASPER'ADVENT Y. P. E:. ....___.___ 7:39: p.m. conclusion it must be added :

CHURCHRev. BURNHAM CHRISTIAN that advice anti assistance on de :
Travis Carter ..- CHURCH'- tails of procedure, wve been given I Hardware '

Sunday School ............10 a.m. Paul IL Stewart, Pastor the Board of Dirt* on many occasions :
Morning Service ........ UM: a.m. Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 by officials of Hamilton I
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30: p.nu I Church Service Second and Fourth County! Bank and by Attorney F. B. :

Wednesday night: I Sundays ...........*>..... 11:00CYP' Harrell. Records of 'actions taken t
...... 7:30: and of all business since the incorporation :
Chclr Practice p.m.I and Bible Study Second and 'LIVE OAK FLORIDA
Prayer Service ...... 8.00p.m.: I I I Fourth Sunday nights ,..... 6:30 always available'date in 1955 to,are shareholder of course,!,: ,

Trulett M. Comer, Pastor "Enter test Pray" Robert ,Ehlert. President
10:00: am Sundayschool Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. t-
11:00 Morning Worship Sunday School each Sunday lOa.m.
6:00 p.m. BT* u7.'oo Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m. COMPLETE SERVICE
: pm. Evening Worship Worship Services 2nd and 4th -. I
Wednesday night Prays Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m I
730 >'". \

"- LAKE CHURCH OF N. M. RoweD, pastor
Sunday School_ 10:00 COD Sunday School every, Sunday at Business And. Personal Printing '
Y.P.& Sunday ,,,1....- 8:80: p.m. 10:30 a.m. "-
Prayer Meeting.: Thars. .. 'I:30 1I.m Preaching 11:30 a.m.-A 7:30 p.m.
Training Union __'M'_ ':30 } n.
WHITE SPRINGS Prayer Meeting: on Wednesday at .

FIRST Rev C.BAPTIST E. Bailey CHURCH, Pastor ,7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY BAPTIST. r NO JOB Toc/i..mG : : : : :: NO JOB TOO SMALL .... ,f' I

Sunday School _._ 10:00 a.m. '" .. ':
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Service .
Morning J.mmlmgt, Florida '
Union 7:00 P.M. Nathan Wooley, Pastor 1BUSINESS
Evening Wednesday Services'prayer' _service 8:00 8 p.m.pja. Sunday School ?.___10:00, a.m. .. _. LETTERHEADS CARDS WINDOW CARDS "". ;
(Each Sunday) .. '
Service Each Sunday at "
FIRST Pastor METHODIST Rev. Harry Goddard CHURCH Preaching 11:00 a. m. and 7:38 p. m. STATEMENTS 1 ,'L : ",. POST CARDS RULE FORMSI, r
Prayer Meeting Each Wednesda I .
Sunday School .__ 10:00> a.m. I." : r
(A class for every sgs: group) pjn. ENVELOPES .e.:

WOlShlp Youth Fellowship Service __...11:00 600 1'.1D.a.m.' FRIENDSHIP J. WI| Tittsworth BAPTIST, Pastor CHURCH INVOICES ... f I.I '? ...,.14i, f "I
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PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Sunday School 10:00 s.m. : ; ..
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White Springs every' Sunday Horning Worship 11:00 a.m. 4. BROCHURES. .4f PROGRAMS ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS .ns' J
11:00 a.1ft. Sunday ruining Union ___.. 4:SO P'". r. .
Swift Creek 8:00 each p.m.Third Evening Worship ..._ 7:30 p.m. >
7.-OO-Prayer meeting. ,

Allen School Brooker__. ,GEORGIA-Pastor 10:00 a.m. GREEN Rev.RIDGE Earl COD Dean CHURCHOF Whatever Yaur; Printing' Needs Call Us First h;,

Warship Service 2nd i and 4th Sunday School ?____ 10.00: a.m. .
Sundays __......_._ 11:00 a.m. Morning: Worship ......11:00: a.m.
Jr and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m' : '
7:00 P.M- Prayer ServiceY.
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at P. E. Friday Night. 7:30 REASONABLE PRICES
MYF Social Hour Each Thursday JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF COD Coronet Wedding Line

CHURCH OF CHURCH Staple Machines & Staples FOR
THE NAZARENE 10:00 a.,m. Adding Machine Paper Rolls : TOP QUALITY JOBS ,
Paul Florida morning .
Services Each Sunday '
Bert E. Wheeler and eveningOld Typewriter Ribbons Carbon Paper "
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. time Gospel Sing list Friday ", {WORK
preaching Service ......&** A.M. each month ............ 8 p.m. Typing Paper .. .
See Samples in Office
Service T:30 PJ4- .

Evetog Wednesday- --Prayer.-Meeting. -- -7:3i00IlThTh : FIRST BAPTIST: GEORGIA CHURCHSTATENVILLL r-Manila_ Mailing. Envelopes:: 1 It GUARANTEED '

MS8IONABYBAPTIST D. W. Eaanoa Pastor "f
COURCII (Services Each Sunday) :: { :, ;
Rev P. M. ADen Pastor Sunday School .........:.. 10:00 tan r"1.> I ,. '
10:00 a.m.-Sunday(except fifth1 Sunday School) Training Homing Worship Union ___ .11:00 6::SO p.m.a.m. '3.' of : r We! Are Equipped! To Handle Weekly and Monthly Publications ,. ..c;' "'tlZ.l'' k il:1,:
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"700:()( p.ra.-EvenIne Service .
at 7.-00 p.m. WHITE ..SPRINGS j2' "
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