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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1964
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I Oc PER COPY .:... $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON, .COUNTY. JASPER FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1964 VOLUME 95 NUMBER 41'

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Monthly Meeting t 1 Minutes of l.ferry B SmithJr. EARLY PAPER NEXT WEEK I Bids on Hamilton r Adams Pasture

Please have all in
news early
City Council [I Board of.PublicInstruction 1 next week. The paper will.be prin- School ReceivedThe (SNot Open

'CITY CoUNcn.-MEETING. I ". :.,.- Praise From ted on Wednesday Thanks because for of Hamilton" .County' School To Hunters-
Thanksghlnjr
JASPER FLORIDA Wins : cooperation in this.. your board opened bids orfTui'sdAy.'ofthis (" ? : .

.;MONDAY; NOVEMBER 2, 1964 Jasper, Florida week for construction of a proposed :
The
new ccnso1l ted high school recently created Adams. Pas

The City Council of Jasper FloTida The Board of November Public Instruction 3. 1964 Dartmouth 'Co4hs building but did not' award a con I Iture Wildlife Management Area in

met in regular session.. Monday of Hamilton County, Florida, met Sun Powered Car tract pending time to study the bids Hamilton County will not be open
evening November 2, }%4. at today in regular session. The fol : !> '1 "f Supt. Harry T. Reid said it will to hunting during the 1964-65 season

1:30: pm in the City Hall of the lowing members were present: Cly Jerry'Smdth,' tog,of Mr. and Mrs Jerry Smith! of Jasper, last Shown At SchoolThe probably be a week or 10 days before according to an announcement, by

City of Jasper with the' following de Hunter. Chairman. Johnny Butler sprang was awarded &.scholarship at ,Dartmouth College in Hanover the board determines Which is Brantley Goodson reginal man-
the best bid. One factor Involved Is i lager for the Game and Fresh
present and Frank Matthews- The following New Hampshire en the basis of his scholarship,aeV t his football prow Sunmobile a model car '
that of deciding which alternates Water Fish Commission
Councilman Wade' Norrls, Chairman members were absent: Allen ess This week Coach i' Bre>\er recefved the powered by sunlight was one toaccept
; Mayor C..E. Courtoy; Coun- B.:. Tyree and E, V Stcrmanf. The 'following letter from Coach Earl Hamilton of the features of General Motors he said; Goodson said the area which is

cllmen John sledge, James L> {)un. Suprelntendent and secretary, Harry at Dartmouth: ?' "*V, exciting science show, Previews I situated nortH of Genoa was established

away, ard Tom Owens; City Bufld- T, Raid, was present; .Jasper and H&mdfbn Progress, which was presented at Local Jlen To at the request of a 4arge
Inspector W. R Dall ajid. City 'The meeting opened, with prayer County can well Jasper High School on Wednesday I I group of local sportsmen Biologists ,.
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afford to be prcud"of B. for this /
finetribute
\.ttorney-F-sB/".Harrell, City :Manager by Mr. Reid. ltry > Morning. Att 1d'Tohacco will\ { .rj e popula-. I....
.k R.. II, Flak : pa id:"him. Coach Hamilton b\ two .
ltion t'o\l.' \\\
"There are no plans to produce s \ rder t'
Mr, Reid reported that the budget found f
Absent None., for the'1964-65 fiscal had short months has 'In Jerry the qualities sun- o\\'ered cars In' the foreseeable Meeting 'I and iVa
The Minutes o fthe previous meeting year noted by his many lifetime friends in future; CM President JohnF. ",turkey cwVtt i iftujlnlio* mesprlng! .
were adopted as presented! upon I been approved of Education.The by the. State Depart Hamilton County Jerry Is a halfback'en Gordon declares, "but this demonstration D. ,E Scaff,. local farmer/ ; and I I, Good Ok fistncr; stated that with

a motion by Councilman Duna- ment financial statement for a I the freshman squad whdctj listed 62 men and symbolizes the continuing Manager Clyde R., ASCS Payne, County Office ||additional deer and turkey to supplement .

way with a second by Councilman four months period. July-October, only four under age 18 ,of which Jerry Is ; search of scientists and engineers this week attending are Washington ,, the existing, game population -
a Department
Owens. Motion carried. and cne. j i for the secrets of power and j the area should provide good:
wu'presented for discussion of Agriculture meetln
Flue-
Mr. Paul Weber, Secretary of the 4I, ,".* gon hunting within two
energy cne or
I I I years.
A motion made by cured tobacco.
approval. was Topics for discussion
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Planning and Zoning!: Board, presented The Letter: I Previews of Progress is a noncommercial 1 j jI
Mr. Matthews, seconded by' Mr. I include supply and demand The boundry of the land has ,
letter from Woodrow Dear Coach Brewer
Mr.
a Butler and carried,,.that this report : stage show designed of tobacco domestic and foreign I been posted with management area
Wise asking that his request for re- be adopted. r This Saturday we play our last freshman game against Boston to encourage' more students to make use etc. The 1965 tobacco allotment .j signs. and Wildlife Officers will be

zoning some of his property from Mr. Reid gave a report o fthe College. I'd like to take this time before finishing out ,season to report I(science and engineering their car will also be discussed Scoff patrolling the area Possession of I

R-IA to R-2 be .cancelled until he transportation for the second month [en Jerry Smith's progress football at Dartmouth College eer. Packed with nine dramatic and Payne were ,In' Washingtonon I cuns. or other hunting devices In the i

could comply with aU provisions of of school.' I Jerry was a member of the freshman A squad that Is going Into I demonstratons ,the 45-mlnute program Wednesday and Thursday and area Is prohibited. fDon't f

the* Zoning Ordinance. Mr. Wise Satu.fcy's game with a 4-1 record. He has shown Us In practice and was presented in non-technl- will be in Wilson N. C. Friday for ,
hmter
had requested the reaming of this Mr. reported that Mrs cal language by a specially trained
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property in order that he could install Walter Fouraker a contract driver, participating in intercollegiate football games on the freshman level, two-man team.According I a bacon general. farmers meeting on to- I t Turn Away
that he has a fine football future at Dartmouth. We have found "
this
a trailer park for mobile did not have as long aroute. : Jerrya
to John Hartnett Mr. Scaff
previews was recently appointed
homes. year us she had last year: A motionwas dependable lad with 'a good attitude, and he possesses that important I lecturer who narrated the Secretary of Agriculture Free. : Those Trailers!
made by Mr.: Mathews, seconded attribute, the desire to( excel. He has contributed much team's
to our
cola to
Mr, Robert Slse Vice President I show the energy falling on one man represent Florida Tobacco j
of South Georgia Natural Gas by Mr. Butler and carried' that success, and I am sure this has made the difference between a successful I square mile of ground each day is Growers on the. National Advisor/ There are places. to park trailers

Company and Mr. John O- Sholor, |[payment' for t this route be reduced season and a mediocre one. *: equivalent to the energy in 400,000 Committee for tobacco, This com-+'''In Jasper

Jr. appeared before the Council and $10.00 per month. I sincerely hope Jerry has received as much from football as he I gallons of oil The Sunmobile illustrates mlttee Is composed of forty-two to- There Is a story In circulation

+ fully, discussed Natural, Gas for I I! Bids were received for science: e- has given. lie is a credit to you and to your school i and any time you j one method of recovering lacco' growers who meet about thnt four mobile homes recently

Jasper, A motion was made by MW ouioment for the J R'.E. Lee High have another boy of his caliber; we wculd appreciate hearing about him. I some of this energy.Photoelectric twice each yea rto, study tobacco came to Jasper and were told that
School from: W. H. Curtin and Co. problems dmake 'recommenda- there was place for them here
an no ,
yor Courtoy with a second by Coun-: j Sincerely ;yours, Earl! Hamilton, cells on the hood!
oilman Owens that the City procure -'Newton School Equipment Co., Head Freshman I of the 15-inch Sunmobile convert tlons to the Department tt Agriculture so they went elsewhere
'the engineering services of Collegedale Cabinets Inc. Coach sOlar energy into electrical power. and the Congress. Mr Scat! Whether the story Is true or not
Goodwin Engineer Birmingham: These bids were tabulated and it During the Previews show, a 300- will be attending the meeting*' In there is a need for the citizens of
Alabama was found that the bid of College-j! its capacty as a member of this, Jasper to know that there are two
used simulate
to make a feasibility Minutes\ Chamber Of Commerce Meet watt lamp was to the
study fo; a Natural Gas System- dale'eGsbinets, Inc. was the lowest. \ sun's rays. AI the light struck the committee. This forty-two mancommittee t full time trailer parks In Jasper.
i A motion 'was made by Mr Mathews .. .. \- button-like cells the < makes recommends-. and others under construction. Itno
moved
Motion carried. I IMr. The car
regular or the Boardof ed
seconftd by Mr. Butler, and i meeting by'the FloatJCommlttee. The smoothly across the table. tfona, for the entire'tobacco pgram'not there ,happens to be no room at
. : J'o.; Diddle appeared before carried ,that the lowest bid be ac- V Directors of the Hamilton County Float Committee- Appointed by-the Among eight other demonstrate just .fluecured.Doughnut 1 the existing .mobile home' parks, a

the Council to, discuss the' posslbility' -I cepted and the order placed Chamber of Commerce held Mon President conslatalhof.every.Chairman ions !in the Previews show were a pace Is being found for them and

of getting the City to extenda -.Bids were received for science day evening, November 9. 1964, of the StandUte Committees of roaring jet engine, a vivid illustraton -. Cooking p there are already several mobile

t..-" water line.onStal.Jtead: =to his perty'n1r. J 1'1J"p 'supplies for the J. R-,ELee High ;wAs'wait attended: President. Wtt.( p pera vy"f)'aul! :Tour_actIng \ o fthe.., gyrosoplc', principle I >. (;homes: parked In Jasper' that have
+1-ol 129-Aarrott "" WMte 'SpritJal'Qub"tIft; hake In
School temiXtiByd&LOorKfany;; son.h1r rie that Hamilton .;come recently) ) : *r !::; '. rry ;
r group :; as.:Chairman' x f that safely guide" today's"ships,, t,V -...... ,
ion made Councilman Duna II doughnuts the lit SVedttesdayY1each n{ "City Bob Flslc t
Manager
was by
l Camb-sco Scientific Co., Inc., Cen- County has been Invited :to planes and missiles and an'ah bear,
way. with a second by Councilman tral Scientific Company. place a float in Gubernatorial Announcement teas'at.. e o< the Ing platform that slides across any month at their Club 'il Dose pounced that he will personally find f ,
fledge that'the City lay pipe for, These bids I.were tabulated and tt I I i Parade to be held ,January inTaUahuaee 48 Annual .Florida StateCWamber, flat surface on'a thin layer of air In. White Springs. '<1')0. :". .( this water line If Mr. Biddle would .was found that the bid of The Welch The Chamber of Commerce of Commerce '\meeting Jo v he held In Seven teams take 'the show :to ,Anyone who 'wishes to., order';;park:a tr..l"r.In' Jasper <>:>I'foot' 'i*
furnish the pipe. Motion carried. Company wia sthe lowest. A ?notion j has been asked] and accepted Jacksonville Novemoer 15-11e1964: nearly" two mlllJon students and a- please call JtT-3345,3974999 or,397' ', t'jBsperites'sriouU realize that ma /
A plan Is to be worked out where- was made by Mr. Matthews and | the responsibility of preparingan The President stated he plans to dubs each year in all parts of the 334'.t': .* Iny mobile home resldeents eventually
by Mr.>Biddle would be reimbursedpart seconded'by Mr. Butler, and car,r, appropriate float.' Any sugges-) attend this'important.meeting with I nation. Since 1946, Previews ,I haa You may pick them Up at the J build homes or buy homes and
of his expense before any:connection vied that the lowest bid be accepted -,'tions and Ideas for a theme to appropriately vited and urged other members to I been presented In Canada and 22 Cub House while hot or w I will become permanent I't'IJdt'nt..nd
could be made on the water and the order placed. | portary and publize atten dthls Important meeting with foreign countries in 15 dlffereent)be glad to deliver.: _we have room form here.A .

line. The minutes o fthe meeting of Hamilton County will be appreclat' him. languages .
Mr. Bill Daughtry of Lake City!I t -_. _u____ ._ ___---- ___ u u__
I October 6, .1964, were read. A'motIon -
came before the Council and discussed was made by Mr. Matthews, I

plans for presenting a pro- worked by Mr. Butler and carried [ Comment from the Capital V1 .,.
posal on architectural engineering that they be adopted I Sfil
for the City If they desired such services There being no further business, a ,.

: Matter tabled at present timeA the meeting was adjourned. I TEN, YEARS. OF "PROGRESS" AfirifST', .! F+ e + ,
motion was made by Councilman Clyde Hunter Chairman, I "/ vent Neff > t
aW jc
Owens; with a second by Coup ATTESTHarry T. Reid Superintendent 'r f w

cflman Dunaway to pay .the followIng .hear a lot these d aye about In rapid sequence,the Russians country.! ., Meanwhile 'the'!'!US.
monthly bills- t how much proms the Unit beat us,to the punch with an fights a brutal, critical war M;. *
ed States II making In the Cold ICBM, a therewith World War II pianosand I Wet
.. News ............ 24.55 hundred-megaton N
The Jasper with no firm evidence of a
War So much progress,in space a ,
W, G D Chevrolet. Inc. .... !. 367 BriT! 1t .'Pond I that we fact bomb, and now a "monster will to win.: n ,
'The W. Ray Smith Co ........ 4.52 I "the . .21.O0 Baptist Grows Instead nowadays we Today we bar a precarI.usnuclear remains unchanged Still
Motorola I International "balance" of Communist, all right. And today .
talk about "the promises
Suregas ................... 15.30 Picture." coexistence, and. a treaty that we hear votcea'hoying to
Orkin ..................... ... 24.00 One only needs to visit a service | We're told the International prevents us from testing antimissile solve the mess by calling another
Hardware Mutual CasualtyCo at Bright Pond Baptist Church to Picture has brightened consid missiles, or any other Geneva conference I .
......1,27669 the Church is erably. Wt're told to look at nuclear breakthroughs of our Take a look next at Africa
....... ........ :understand why grow .
You'll I.ardlrecognize
ten ,
the Russia-Red China split At own but no international inspection years ago / kr
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General Office Equipment and [big. Seldom'ever, has any couplecome I the "breakup" of the Communist We hare a )long his it. That was before ,.. _..
Printing Co. ....... ...... 66.27 among us and endeared themselves empire in East Europe.The tory of broken Soviet treaties Washington felt I obliged ta : iJ
North Fla. Telephone Co. ..t 74,99Mary' I to us as has Rev. and Mrs I Test-Ban Treaty The new too, but we prefer to forget support the demands of every ..
Restaurant ....... ... 14.95 Mabe ,not only In Spiritual way, I "independent": nations in Af that. Instabie, ill-prepared, undevcU J.r:!
: oped nation that howled torIndepend.nc. 1L.
F B. Harrell .. ...... ... 60-00 but they haVe already ,endeared, rica. The Alliance for Progress.And .. "
Jerry B Smith Gulf Ser..15.10 I: themselves to the people of this : rosy.we're A told* long It all as looks you pretty don't- So we didn't have a megalomaniac :: CAR THAT HUNSiU i.i iii 'is shown to( Jasper; hUgh School

,,Lewis Motor Co- .......... 40.55 town and Area, .the long years of I look too I like Nkrumah in Ghana, students Sherry Andrews and. Dennis Hackle by General Motors science
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Tropical Uniform Rental ... 89.80 I dedicated Service shows in the Is the really obsolete an ..-)lau Mau leader like: lecturer Mike Zemrnln The car was Just ono of nine "Science in Ac %
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Church It-the International PIe. Kenyatta Kenya, a Marxist I
Jasper Laundry &: Dry Clean. 41.75 progress the High Students when "Previews of
ture that much brighter Are assassin like Kassim llange >n tion" demonstrations seen by Jasper
Western Auto( Store .......... 3.141 1 We note in three months or less I I w* making progress Zanzibar. We didn't have left Progress" CM's educational science show, visited their school Wed. \
'Sapp's Service Station ..... ... 7130 time .that the Sunday School has Well,let's see Let's look back wing regimes Algeria, Guinea
Sandlin Auto Partr ........ 354.46 II(made major growth as Lloyd Regis I rwabe tea-year time Then&:: and Mali and you name the nesday1 morning"
I leads them as Superintendent, see stood. let'sjudge rest. We didn't have chaos /In ir'
.. 45.80'KllU teiC
Auto Parts which
;Jasper .t..f. : way we're headed. r r the Congo where the alternatives
{ Hardware Co;>> ....,<. ... 23.48 Likewise the Training Union under I sA decide ago, Stalin had been now seem to be a takeover
Wallace Equipment Co. ... ... 24.50 Bill 'Smith has had a like growth, dead Jess than two years. Ma- by the pro-Red rebels, or U.S.
Whitehead Hardware Co-, Inc. 24.27Johns' until last monte reports showed lenkor was- premier, Khrushchev involvement in a new Vietnam
.... 953.44 almost 100 percent avg. attendanceIn I just rice-premier. Not ftaaeo.Fina11.let'.
Manville Corp. much talk of a RussianChinesesplit take a look doe..
Jones Chemicals Inc. ... ... 96.80 both Departments. Mr Paul I then. Nor of any"indepen- "LOOKIN6 AT TRfRAGSCOLORID YlfWt THftOUM er to home. Ten years ago the
Davis Meter and Supply Co. Smith as Brotherhood President j jdence" among the Communist OUtSlt U.S.bad just helped Guatemala

Inc. .., .................. 440.58 and Mrs Hall as W: 5!. U. Leader ,satellites. throw out a Red regime Impquit. and
In the U.N. Cabot
f interest. And wonder, In the West Henry
Co. .. ..66"Tte.J.iOJBurch show like increase and r no v i
Moore(Utility Supply I toe Communists faced strong plainly told the Russian
\ Co. ........ '1213 And as one enters the Worship and unified NATO In the East, delegate i "You stay out of thishemisphere. .
C nuiie"State( Pipe'and Supply Co. I Services .there is a Warm Fellow I a newly-born SEATO. They Let's take a closer look at ." No one had ever j
61.45 I ship the people that can faced, mpr"liftU.S.> military Asia. Ten years ago, Francewas heard of Fidel Castro.
Inc '?:*,....:....r.......: among I. i
749.26 both be seen and felt. r strength and U.s. deter. licking her wounds after Now back then
Florida ,Power Corporation the .urination to use it if we had to.. I>len Bien Fhu, and the Ink wa. you'd been tout in ten years fi
There being' no:further. business h t And when the pastor enters Today, NATO is torn with. hardly dry on the Geneva there would be a Communist t t & rs'
the, meeting! adjourned. pulpit there Is a great Spirit prevailing squabbles among its members, agreement. That agreement, satellite ninety miles south of ,
_Wade B Norrls, Chairman .that one just must be present .who are understandably nervous you recall partitioned Indochina Key West Wouldn't that have
'to experience, his deep Holy about our talk of an "Ac.commodatlort" into an Independent: Laos alarmed you? Outraged
ATTEST Lillian L. Bembry, City led stirs the with Soviet Russia. and Cambodia, a Communist Amazing, really how eaiaJp! -
Cleric Spirit messages So, by our default, De North Vietnam and a pro- we've accepted Washington -
CITY OF JASPER. FLORIDA hearts of his. people and create a II Gaulle challenges our leader Western South Vietnam. advice not to worry about I IV' k' I _
FINANCIAL REPORT desire to be saved or if a Christianto ship. Two members Greece and Ten years later?'Laos Is all I Well, there you have it. Sono.
OCiOBER.1964 go out to serve Turkey quarrel with each other but lost "Neutral" Cambodia examples tf-.th ten years o/
FOR Last week the w. it U. met ever Cyprus Russia offers Cyprus allows Red guerillas to commute "progress" that put the Cold
GENERAL FUND arms and secures a toe- ; freely across its borders, War out of business. -
Cash Available, October 1. with Mrs Jewel Holton for the regular bold I in the Mediterranean.. then screams with pious indignation When arc we to stop t I
eI'Wh
1964 ................:. $2,627.05RECEIPTS meeting .this was the meeting SEATO fares no better. We when Vietnamese troops. kidding ; are ew..a.o.wr.. ...,., .,...p..
I emphasizing Korea. very fine program i stumble about !la South Vietnam pursue them. we goingto face the fact that '
: was present, refreshments and Thailand uneasily South Vietnam Most of the the Tree World has eroded A MINIATURE TtRBIN'K'EStllNE: li explained by CM Science Leo
Cigarette Tax ............ 2.88706 served and enjoyed a pof it. edges toward neutralism. Indonesia nation Is already out of the dangerously in the past ten turer Mike Zen ruin as' Jasper High School students Sharon Bumhani.and '. '
Licenses .................. 1,77100 I'were I is practically lost to the hands of the central government ,.ard When will we wake up turbine of the General::
Building Permits ............4015 able meeting West. We give arms to "neu As I write this the Viet- to the fact that wishful thinking Earl Vann observe. The engine was part ;
Rev. Mabe and wife are In Birmingham r tralist" India, and Pakistan tang has severed two roads U no substitute for clearpurpose Motors science show which Is now touring Northern Florida. The show.
Fines ...................... 249.00'Maya's I -
visiting!; his brother who ..,, scads missions to Peking. leading out of Saigon and any oiute artfon? U designed to Interest students In going 1 Into"-a career'of setenee or I I
Fee .............,.. 18.00I will And that military superior day the capital may. utterly Where w11irwt* after ano'he .
Is very ill at this time they return ,
i ity. What happened, to that? Isolated front the rest of the ten years of this "Drojressrt engineering. e .-y- f ,
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WithJour Home Hamilton( 'County News To VeteransThe In addition another unknown'believe they may be eligible, Mil explanatory f '

number of veterans whose disabilities -I material,and applicationforms

"DemonstratiorAgentt rCOlmnissioner3Minutes!r[ Veterans Administration Is ,are, not service-connected may/ will be on hand at the St. -rl Public Announcements
also,be,able to purchase up to $10.
; ; preparing to, handle 'next May's COO..lr* Petersburg VA' Regional .Office' by', ,..... -
j Meeting coverage? April, 1965. -
flood of application for the'reopen IN'CIRCUIT COURT copy of :your' Aaiwer; eW decree-

by'Wytmi. B. '.Wl iU. '\' ] ,Jasper, Florida Ing J of National Service'Life Insurance 'They may.do this under terms ot,i No applications can be accepted 'IH1KU JUDICIAL. CinCU1T pro conferee'will-be.. .entered. acalait

I November 13, 194 I as provided for in the bill the new law on or after May 1, 1965, before May 1. J965 Because of this AND FOR OP FLORIDA HAMILTON IN y Witness my hind and official I teal

: The Board of County CommlsIslcner President Johnson signed into law and before May 3, 1966 the VA the y A' requests that veterans dot I 'COUNTY IV CHANCERY. of thla,courtthla A.D. 1114.J. llth> day, o( November -

in and for Hamilton County October 13, Julian C. Wood, County pointed out. not write, phone or Call for applications i I IV UKl Adoption mlJtMCH R. MILLER
\1 Service Office repotted today. The VA Is planning before May 1 I : MARIE MILLER Clerk Circuit Court
met today r-: 'rluan'! to call by until after April 1, 1963. (SEAL)
mlBori
Cnairrn-n Guy McGhin and the Wood said that'more than three 1963. to mail full details and application Persons now on active duty with I' :NO'lllK a TO APPEAR C. 'A. Avriett,
forms to all veterans receiving IYTHK :NAMU' : OP T IK STATE Plaintiffs AttorneyNor.
following members were present: :million veterans with service-con- the Armed Forces and! certain Philippine -j OK PLOIUDA } 11. SO, 17, Dec 4, 11OTI1

|I Guy McGhir,Jack Vlnson. Lawton jrrected disabilities, and an unknownnumber monthly> compensation pay- veterans are net eligible to In !>.... llnrraaHrvldrar
McCulley Grover Wheeler and who,up to now have not ments. mid P..t OfllreAddreea OP" lIlt
take part in the Insurance reopen- I .kBown: Notice le hereby given that the
Aaron Hogan) .C ing. "V You arc hereby required to Board of County Commjssiosare will
I Drury was also present and the fol can do so in order to obtain insurance service-connected but who are )j I take notice that a iworn Ptltloa for I i receive sealed bids until 10:00 o'
', not drawing compensation will net Expenses of -all medical examinations -! the adbptlon of Janice !Marie! Duller, clock a.m. oa Tuevday.: December 1.
r sib ,1 l'w> > business transacted. now be eligible to buy
II rf was __ may who Ie alleged to be your nature le> 1..4, for the foUowing
I Notice having been'gtveri by publication up to $10,000 In permanent GI insurance -included-In, : this m 111pe. Fjpr that maybe- required must I iral child. by Weyman K. Flnler and One (1))> Twelve. (II) Inch
these, and for"other veterans who be: byrne: by the applicant.To hU-wlfe nUIh.nnre\ parpo of r, drainage well.,to be drilled
that the board would I
re- coverage. 'aid proceeding being the legal adoption approximately. five mile, '-'
cevfe bid: for a new tractor shovel, buy this Insurance.the vet- under the law of the State of southwest of Jaaper. Bids to

BE A WISE SIIOPEH '| the follow-in; bids' were filed with! Where Is Your Teen-Ager Tonight? I ran must: A. Have been originally: j the Florida Bald of Petitioners the said minor child by i' drilling be oa a and per calng foot basis. All aa other to

It takes wise buying these days ,, the Board eligible for National Service Life coin to be Included _
I I Sheriff Dave when they are caught," he wrote Insurance between October 8, 1940, Now, therefore, you the said Bid to be filed In the office of the
to stay within a budgetThls, Is State Tractor 4Equipment Co. Orange County Donna Harm. ae the natural mother Clerk of Circuit Court on or before
partlculaily true ,ot food. since M".,XX Mood & Sons Starr was so Impressed by a column in his "Good Evening column. and January 1, 1957. B. Have now of eald minor child are hereby com ;ten o'clock am. Deo. 1, 1S4
I I Ring PoweOJrporation on Teenagers written by William "Those In authority have only either no GI Insurance or less than manded to be and app t.r In the aid The Board of County Commleclonera *
there are some 8,000 Items to choose Court and at the Courthouse In Jai: reserves the right to reject any
Square ,Deal .Machinery Co- Cunomos In the Orlando Evening themselves to blame" he declared I. the $10,000 In authorized coverage. per In the Clerk. Office at Japer, or all bldi

market.from In the average super. Florida, Equipment Co. I Star .he suggested the following pointing; out 't1e\ the kind have I C. Be In one of the following three Florid of December, on ,or 1554 before. and the how 7th cause day I I i Board County County CommissionersHamilton Florida

'It,was decided by the Board that reprint of excerpts. been coddled and pampered by groups ((1) Veterans with service- why said petition should not be bye J. U. Stiller Clerk
Here are some tips on how to the machinery which was bid by ,"Moct teen-agers are good," said adults. building vuth centers, football connected disabilities who meet granted, and that :you cause to be Nov. 10, S7
save and how to get more for your State Tractor Co.I ICcmonos I "Some are not many';' jtrandstants and swimming nerved on the Petitioner' attorney ,
& Equipment F. B. ,
standards of good health ((2) Veterans tUrrell at nu office at Jaiper
mney every. time you shop for plus parts and service which they I I I the majority .probably are Just a pools for them tend giving, them whose service-connected disabilities J Florida, copy of such plead Inn.
'. I least what and latest YVItneia hand set the Seal :
food. ; little bad. Or at wei boats omobileS the my
j f normally stock would ,be fo rthe bad is alone l do not permit them of said Court on thla the 10th day.
Check' supplies'.'6rt hand, and pre bell,Interest of the County. 'Upon not adults ths: call word.'bad'In most Maybe cases when fads.A. to meet standards of good health. of October,J.A.R D.. Ulller 1X4. i I'

pare a list of things you actually motion by Mr Hogan, seconded by I major factor erccuraing (3)) Veterans whose nonservfce-con- Clerk of Circuit '
teen- ' need. A list does 'lot\o ,help you Mr. McCulley the board unaml- either young people to be bolder in their I nected disabilities of October 13, Hamll'on County, Florid I
,ha, : been led there by a mlchlef is the light pvnlshment as Nov. C, 13, 10. TIN //WATCH FOR
keep spending at a minimum and musty accepted the bid of State youthful appetite for adventure or they receive when they get caught ,,. 1964, the date the bill was signed! I II I

you arrive home with what you Tractor Equipment Co. I by a combination of both." In serious trouble, the columnist.into law, prevented them from buy f -.- --

need. The Board ordered the Clerk to, Classifying "a 'little mischief as' said ing commercial insurance at the

With a list you are partially for. pay the amount of $1284.00 to theFlorida a perfectly natural tendency for "They beat the rep and they become I highest rates. [ THIRD CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT ,

tified against Implusive buying. Equipment! Company of I'(youth." the columnist opined this'shouldn't I II heroes for it to the rest of Higher premiums will be charged IN AND FOR HAM
that when a : y
Jacksonville mean
It Is extremely Important to read rent of equipmentused 'I j their crowd. those veterans in groups two and CHANCERY
for work due to Is l caught he should co upporlthedjust I EDWIN BROWN
labels whether on packages, over emergency I I j because heIs young. "They even nave laws designed three. In all cases, the premium i Plaintiff,
Hurt lean Dora's
meat displays or elsewhere. Be damage +j I I I 1 r to prevent names of Juvenile offenders rates will cover administrative I (
sure to note the net weight and The Board instructed the Clerk I I He theorized this Is the reas) I from being published, I value. HELEN BRoWN. [I I ,
costs well the
Orlando as as policy Defendant
In
liquid volumne printed there. Make to notify companies that holes]why, ime ycungsterf I "We are all: to blame fOr this IN THE NAME) AND BT THK
I going beyond the point! o innocent The new policies will be issuedat
dilllcd road of TilE STATE
on county rights are the teenagers
arrogance mong m'rJA}:
price comparisons as to,size, grade mischief low non-dividend Os. I
fun Juvenile premiums
Know'' way must be properly filled to pre or parents ,law enforcement officers'and TO Hefea Brwa. .rke .
terminology used that reslde"eecad
so youknow vent cave-Ins. 'Similar InduJ.jence,. In obscene vul- j the courts' which wild compare favorably) with .d4r..> U 430 ttttUmg '.....,>
what you are buying. garies by an adult result in a severe the net cost of World War U GI Newark. New ".ne,. TURNING CARS
Be sure to read the list of Ingredients Notice having been given by publication prison: sentence cr confinement Indications that we are beginningto Inl D'anCe. A worn bill of complaint having
that the Board would realize our mistakes are a promising been exhibited against you In this
on lab lll. Less expen- re.1 to a physchiatric hcpsital i Court In the above styled cause, the I
In addition the of
to
sive ceive bids for a drainage well sign he said pointing cut re-opening relief therein sought being divorce,
grades may serve your purpose he said.
Board announced they were readyto ,that the courts are taking a stronger ;NSLJ the new law allows veterans you are required to appear to aald I
as well as higher priced fancy gra Disrespect for authority Is the complaint on or before December U.I'I
des. Compare prices of fruits and receive bids. The following) bids development a- approach with youn offenders who already hold existing World ItU, furnishing to Plaintiff'. attorney.
most frightening
| showing laram. War II Korean C. A. Avrlett. Jasper, Florida a
were filed Creary Doep Well Driller and parents are CI( Conflicttypeterm
vegetables in thevadous forms I teenagers 'accoyding to Con-
mong
fresh, canned or frozen. I I' Inc, Davis Well Drilling Co. omc. He closed his column with thisthoughtpa'esddng I' policies: to convert to a modI- ----

DO YOU SAVE BY PURCHASING I j Motion was made by Mr. Vlnson "They engage m gang war with question! Parents fied life plan. The one-year time -

ECONOMY SIZE .seconded by Mr. Hogan and unanimously automobiles: and alchol as stimu-1 I do you know where your teenagers limit does not apply to this provision.

Is the large economy package a.l!I., carried that the bid of )ants and they laugh at the law will be tonight? I The VA plans to notify all term 'GAS 6AGS> Hom e e

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holden of this modified
Davis Well Drilling Co be accepted -- --- -- 6 policy new
waste? --
savings or a 'f ------ -
same being tne Lu lowest< LU DIQ. I plan at the time of their renewal.
This depends on the size of the
The Board Instructed the clerk to\ This plan Is an Inducement to
family refrigerator and cupboard I rice
furnish Blinds for the unstairs West I term policy" holders to convert to a A !
&
storage space, family preference CONTACTDAVIS
cost per serving aU factors deter Room which Is to be used as tern (.lifetime level premium plan before 5 aaawa'r:1:

mining the economy, of the food -pot'ary'quarters of State Welfare the prmlums on renewable term

purchase., Unit Office,. and also to notify theCounty Insurance become prohibited with
\ ROM Superintendent that I
Increasing
,Buying! larger containers may upon notice from Mr. Nelson to WELL DRILLING CO. age.
Some three million NSLJ
lead to.using more of an expensive"ltemthanls : vassiit In the, furniture and policyholders 1
: necessary iouAyMbfc! '; moyjng rte + still hold term, Insurance t
equipment from Live Oak to the
cause aJirge amount Is at hand. office In Jasper.I for SALES AND SERVICE: policies the VA"report. I
I
The container serving the family The Board lstnlCted.the Clerk The advantage of this new modified
Submersible Turbine Jeckpumpt plan is that it permits converjsion .
without leftovers, though perhaps to ,contact Architect Zeb V. Lackeyof ", permanent Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE
to insuranceat
type
expensive unit, is ,more
more per Valdosta to draw plans! for the '
economical than a larger one which new State Welfare Department Un- DEEP WELLS) DRILt.ED'tWiO 24-INCH- lower, premium rates than possJ PER CYLINDER d>te.more 2-3001

leaves. leftovers that 'cannot be itt!Office, ." "i ,,ible before but the face value of the CASH OtJutOELIV2RVHOLLOWAY'S

used economically, Lack of proper 4 The Board granted permission to '24-Hour_'Service >, -.,' re-duced I '
for 10 /of potatoerf!j ,
storage pounds !Mr. Irvin P. Weaver o 306 Susq "

apples or perishable products, for Ave. Renova Penn. to drill holeson Collect' Valdosta sured reaches the age of 65. :

Instance, may cause a greater loss county road rights of way. Telephone I Tne policyholder has the option at 1,
in than the pennies saved at that time to restore the full amount
money The Board Instructed the clerk to 242-5084 Night ,247 89CLASSIFIEDADSI I
be It Day -' : of coverage by purchasing
So ordinary
the time o fpurchase. sure advertise for a 12 inch drainage AGENTS FOR
is cheaper from the overall situation weU to be drilled South of Inter. life Insurance without medical ex1amination !I 8 HOME GAS CO

before buying: the large econ- I
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state 75 near the Seth Peterson 4.. .J HOLLOWA"
omy size or package.
place. --- -

Read labels to learn tne amounts' There being no further business I :

different sizes contain and comparethe before the board laid board '

,price per unit before buying. adjourned. I r FOR SALE Stock hog: Call Mrs TWO,Call FURNISHED 792-3771 or 'APARftrENTS/I
Maude Havener at 938-2553 N19c
HOUSEHOLD HINT: Spend a little Guy McGhln, chairman Used Tractor

extra time putting foods away after ATTEST: J. 'R.; Miller Clerk POSITIVELY No Hunting on

,you shop and you'll save preparation -- BOATS % Price or make offer., Hickory Bottom Farm This means

time later.Wash and trim fresh Layaway now for Christinas. you.
vegetables, package foods for freezer : SIRMAN CRAFT Mrs. Maud Havener Nov 19c '

storage In quantities that you'll 4 miles South Highway 41 1
BARGAINS
D25c HOMES SALES !t
use, organize can and packageson I'I' i Valdosta Ga.
shelves 10'' you can find them I Ask about ou- Rental Purchase
plan. Riley Mobile Houses. Mor.gan's '
quickly. This saves storage space ,I' MVE8AVE8AVEeal \ Trailer -
Park U. S. 90 West.
and quality of foods, as well as' >> glass lined water heaters, I '

time $7<.95; 10 cu-ft. Refrigerators $ .89- Live Oak. D11C I SPECIAL THIS WEEK!!

I 95 w.t; 361 lb. Upright FreeezenS19995 HOUSE FOR RENT or ROOMS by '

r-How to Stretch ; 473 lb. Upright Freezers day -week! or month. AJapaha I 64 Super Dexter '


Your Oil-Heat DollarStop I 1$299.95$23993;; 647-lb.12-ft. Automatic Upright Freezers Defrost Motel.BtlLDINO,REPAIRS PAINTING tfc,I in excellent condition :.

Freezer 2 601 Ford Diesels
91-lb.
Refrlget'atorVIUl Carpentry or Rooflno will sub- '
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that ThIef I IvAn $24995 w.t. 5-year!' warranty atManning's cohtract CalLGene Turnbell 963- 1 851 Ford Diesel
Improperly Insulated attic steals ,,, 2921 Wellborn. N27p|
hot that you art paying for So Radio Service, call 792- 1 641 Ford .
does a fireplace without a damptr.Bt 4421 Jasper, tfc USED ELtfsrSuC:RANGES FOR I

aura the attic is insulated against Sale. Good condition. 540 and 1 640 Ford

the place out-of-doors.damper Is closed Make sure when Ui not s flrt-In I FARMERS !I J50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper I / 2 NAA Fords,

use. Storm windows and doors are phone !.. -( ifr
helpful too. MONEY or your arm opera.tlons I I 3 8N Fords
VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin
at reasonable cost. Termsto
2 Dexta Diesels
Live Oak. Florida for all {
fit your needs. Loans up to your
7 years. Gill North Florida Pro- musical needs from organs and;I 1 30 Ferguson

Kicnon Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave piano. to record.. and record plavtrs. .
t:c '1 A John Deere
I I Uve Oak Tel 362-2588
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'4" Stop that Waste REPAIRS- 1 B275 Farmall Diesel

e# '-' ; Blocking registers; and heating units LOT AT 81WANMEK SPRINGS. We repair all types T. V. and 1 300 Farmall (with-loader) -''
with drapes or furniture chokes off radio. Also Small Man t
r' 1'; a the heat and doesnt 'let It circulate For Sale. On the river high and i I Radio appliances. 2 1-row Allis Chalmers k
nings ,, Service Jasper 7924421 l
,t properly! Also keeping your thermostat dry good location only 1000. See I
1 t up during the night wastes heat. Robert Ehlert, owner. tfc. tfc EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE 1i
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Turning itfflowiilO degrees saves
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ATHLETES FOOT UERU8my most have been
,' .+ significant sums of money. WANTED AT ONCE: RawlelghDealer
TO KILL IT
in Hamilton Co. Jasper. reconditioned e
Jt or In 3 days if not pleased with str
\ 1" Write Rawlelgh Dept. FA J 150 3. First Come First Served
:, ong T-4-L liquid your 4Sc back at
Memphis, Term DUP drug Watch Infected skin -EASY TERMS-'
__ _n any store. I
,.r FOR SALE slough,off. Watch healthy skin replace _
I .L.-&
\ t. Country meat: Beef, Pork, Sausage it. No more Itch & burning I PRICED FROM $500 TO $2500

\ '. etc. We also prepare meat for Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L FbotPowder
e the freezer. Buy from us or bring too _. -fine for sweaty

your own. Driggers and Sons Country feet foot order; stays active In the Suwannee Valley

Meat Service. Ph:938-271S.: D4P skin for hours. NOW at WISE'S

DRUG STORE. tfo

-Like Money In the Bank" NOTICEam

Oil heat ls still the No. 1 supplier of No Trespassing, Hunting or fish- Georgia Plate Clan Co.

home comfort In most of the hard Ing on my property and thismeans Store Front Tractor Co. 1
winter areas of this country. It Is Belle Mirror KeallTcred
r modern, automatic, clean and Jbft. everybody. Watson.D18p Tub Enclr'Mre. Showers _
Where warmth and economy arc '
213 W Savannah Ave. Cin-5283 ) t>
needed most, oil heat serves besUNS #
The oil In tank Is like VALDOSTA
your money vIn J.
FOR SALE F. R. (Gary) Garraghan '
the bank! It Is there when you FOR SALE Shelled Pecans Telephone 792-6551
: \ need It regardless of weather condition \ ., Fish bait, red and blade wigglers I Manager JASPER
$100 per pound. May Miller Ph.
" or other problems. K at Eva Sapp's. Ph- 792-3971...
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Friday November 20. 1964 THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER FLORIDA I PAGE THREE

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With Our Boys In The Service Maple\ Grove Club JENNINGS GIRL IN RACE FOR


fromfe' LARRY G. LAW ercise being conducted n the vcinIry MeetsMaple STATE FHA VICE PRESIDENT I,1,

of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., endIng .
Airman Larry G. Law whose i .
guardian Albert L. Musgrove, resides Now 13. Grove Home Demonstrat- ; ;

pas/or 51,4; at Rt. I, White Springs, Fla., The ,exercise} involving two opposing ICA Club met Wed. Nov.ll at the '
i forces Joint I'i
Task Force
Clubhouse In White Springs at 1:30: ,_ -':
Ozark.and Joint Task Force Sioux. p.m. for their regular monthly meet ii

designed to test and evaluate the, Ing; The meeting was called to or. i
suitability of the U. S- Air Force: der by the president Mrs Nancy .T ,s,

.concept for I Impixnins I ; the use of aviation Morgan. The roll was. called) and :nnr .

EXPERIENCES In support of Army groundfaxes. i i minutes read by the Secretary, Mrs ;
AS I LABOR AMONG THE PEOPLEThe
.
Ovilla Allison. Minutes approved as :,t'NT'WS\' a
greatest need in America today had aU the refinement you would .I.II .II .II Rogers Is participating with the<' read. Eleven members were pre 1 J

U a returning to the high stan- Ozark force which Is employing the sent. The county-wide Christmas
f want to find, but as I visited In thehome .;NEAiit/itri j t tEshnv
dards of Christian homes and dally as the new pastor there not [ new' concept of support and attack program was planned as the dub ". '

I Christian living. knowing that they had an older while Sioux: forces are using current is hostess this year for all Clubs .

I cannot let myself be led to condemn I whom I later met for the first time son PQ doctrines and procedures. About: in the county. All the club members \ :,l,' hla.", ;
behind I 20,000 men are taking part In the come and bring a present to exchange .
our youth. With ail the juve- Jail bars. I ask this mother nglt ; .
nile deliquency we talk about, when i lif she was a Christian and church maneuver. : and a covered dish. If you ;? 1i.,
Th 23-year-old soldier Is a clericIn 1 ; ',
I look behind the deiiquenf child member she very nicely said no I I Company C, of the 1st InantryDivision's have something you have made to D'Lln' 'J

I almost without doubt: find some j ism not. When I asked the father '701st :Maintenance Battalion put on exhibit, bring that too. :Mo- : ./:., .
area of the child's 'life he is Christian I tlon made seconded 1t. 1' "
where there yes ai but nevef gpes I regularly stationed at Fort was to change : '
hat been a parent failure In someway to church. He is too busy all week i' I f the name of the club from Maple { '
Kan.: "
in thirteen years as Deputy \ and on Sunday he looks over his j I < RIley He entered ,the Army in January Grove Club to White Springs Club I ,,, JHERES r' 1. d .
'
Administrator, having the oppor- herd of. cattle I asked if she attended Motion was carried. Hostess aprons '
tunity to interview every inmate I,i Sunday School and church, she i'has completed the first phase of his I 1964 and completed basic training! are being made by the club mt'mJ| :
I'I'I at Fort Jackson, S. CRogers
personally about life before and I I said she didn't When I prevailed I I Air Force basic military training her,. With no other business the

after the crime, I havee never ::on her to come and bring the boy, j I I at Lackland AFB, Texas. was graduated in 19j5'from meeting was turned over to Mrs. ) .N I
'I Jennings JHgh School. :
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found a single man coming ,to the I 1 she was nice, but never came. Airman Law has been selected : White. She gave a very Interesting;1! ijS i :
penitentary said they came from Two weeks later I learned from'for technical training as an air. demonstration on "How and What,I

a Christian home wheree parents I I another source of the fine son who craft maintenance specialist at the Japer Girt i Scouts Kind of Wax to use on Different'types I !

said they had come from a (JedlT- was in trouble. He had stolen from 'Air Training Command (ATC) school of floors", which was very,! "I ,, t

cated Christian home where. parents i I schoolS'' and churches in sixteen at Amarillo AFB, Tex. His romp 2 ''JRltrol interesting to the ladies. The meet- With ;
r ..... a song spelling out "Recrc- Chapter in the roll call of f ft ,
!had consistently carried m to counties and.three states and had j new unit !Is. part of the. vast t ATC in? wan adjourned. I| atlon" and the chapters. "' '
qualifications ofleader Annaree also received the
Sunday School This was an astonishing confessed to all of his crimes system which trains airmen and Last Friday the now Jas-'!r\Glrl --- red rose ,

fact to me then, but as I con I When I met his mother again she, officers in the diverse skills required Scout Troop formed three patrols LIBRARY ,CLUB NEWS i 1 Mr. and. Mary Mrs. Wells, daughter of on behalf of her chapter as being 1
tinue cow cuing and helping many ,\vas almost insane. She never dreamed by the nation's aerospace Leah Bischoff( Is, leadrr ,of the Kirby Wells of Jennings )' one of the two honor roll chaptersi
won the hearts of in District
III! last
ycutlin trouble I found out how I her son was going around with 1 force. Red Bird Patrol. Zeima Corbett I is; On Novprnhrr 3. the Jasper High at District III i year.
leader of the Eagle Patrol and I School: Library Club In the meeting at Taylor Sue Butler had qualified to run
met
far reaching this Christian standard the wrong company until It was The airman is a 1964 graduate :
County High'School .. for the office
reached into the chfldrens too late. He was not a Christian, lof Jasper (Fla.) High School. Pam Miller Is leader of the horse" library to elect club officers.' The 9 at EJprry' November of District Reporters -
and had
a chanco to no opposition but
hoe Patrol. \ compete was
fniiowlntr '
lives. Now for more than forty his parents had failed completely iI \ were chosen: ( for FJIA State Vice President of' unable to ,attend because of sickness -
Girl elected as troop scribe was Bobby Pennl $::ton, president I
years of demonstrative, lay council 1 lion his religious foundation. They UlIJJAM II. ALT IAN ; | Recreation In
I I Cathy: Smith, and treasurer is Ter- Dennis Smith, Clearwater In April. losing the privilege of having
and as a minister, I still find the! had never carried him to Sunday Vlce-Presldentj j She will
I Army Sgt. William H. Altmat, 25 rie Lea Fine. Lynwood Tlpton. Secretary complete a project on recreation three District Reporters from Jennings
; '
same basic problems, parent School or church. Thus he had
neglect no
and tell what she has In a row, Former Fl IA'ers
whose wife, Grace, lives at 595 E. The Girl Scouts nAil Hayes, Treasurer done
in voted to have ;
form. In I foundation
some most which
every ( on to stand when at the
I Oak Ga. and other Randy State Convention. Her op serving in this office are Barbara
,
Jesup mem- their Cannady Reporter
case. Thereefor we need to take along temptation came, As I talked with meetings on Thursday from ; I for
this
( ponent office Is JuliA Grls- McCulley 19623, and Mary Wells
bers cf the 1st Division Judy [
: Harvey Chaplain
look at American Homes and I his mother about the terrible sit- Infantry 1:30 to 5:30: Instead of Friday. The ,som of Columbia high 196364.

see what can be done to bring uation, she kept saying Oh Bro are participating In Exercise GOLD 1'weekly' dues are lOc. There were The club Is composed of students I The theme for the District i ,
I FIRE I, a 16-day field girls and the leader who Meet. : Voting delegates were Betty Sue
and assist work in the library during
us to our responsibilities as parents: Mabe we are to blame, we never vicIn-I I15' ing was "Designs for Uvln," A Zant and Sue ,
Murphy
ercise being conducted in the leader the It,
present.
year. meets on the first
I am shocked each did our part. The first Visit they pageant, "Design for .
year as we of Fort Leonard Wood Mo. ending The I Living At the business meeting In the
Scouts
had ity new will receive their Tuesday of each month.
make a of America, with him after he becamea from Whence Do They Come!" I
survey
amongour afternoon
Nov. 13. I I Girl Scout Pin and Girl Scout membership The local club Is ariliated with was Mary Wells, serving as
high school students and ask Christian he said to his parents, I presented by the Columbia F7tA'Chapter 'District Reporter, read; the minutes
cards within the the Florida
next two High
School State Library
The exercise Involving two < -
them a few simple questions at ran: get right with God and take my brother op- weeks. [ and kept minutes of the seer
dbm. Among them namely) Do"you i to church and Sunday>School. posing forces, Joint Task Force I Council of which Bobby Pen Another outstanding part on the sion. She then assisted Maine
Mrs. Juda Pennington served the nlngton is treasurer. Each
dring any intoxicating drinks. If I baptized the mother, the other son Sioux and Joint Task Force Ozark, cake yearin program was the Rev. Woodrow Logue, State Vice President of Degrees -
girls and the
potato chips They spring delegates from each
10, what do you drink, beer, wine, and Dad came back to God. I was Is designed to test and evaluate the .all enjoyed the afternoon. local organization attend weekend McKay Jr., s Presbyterian minis In the Installation of District

whiskey, etc. Then the final question able to get, almost every charge suitability of the U. S. Air Force I There will be no Girl Scout meet- camp at the Methodist a Youth- ter, who also, spoke on "Designsfor I I Officers.

where did you get your first dropped against! ,the young: man. and I' concept for improving the use of ing next Thursday because of Campsite near Leesburg. Living. I I f' Other Jennings FHA'ers atteend-
intoxicating drink? Each year "continues he is now due for parole. He Is a aviation In support of Army ground I I Thanksgiving; Randy Cannady, Reporter Several of the Jennings FIIA'ers'I Ing were Rachel leas, Jackie 111I -

to go: up until last survey,great witness for the Lord but look I I forces. |1 I participated on (the day's program. I I I era, 'Doris Holland Lillian Keeling

shows that 64 percent of all that at the price it cost the parents embanlament Sergeant Altman Is participating Cheryl leas, Kay Hill and Sue ', Carolyn Mhthis, Ellen Scaff, Gall

were interviewed got their money etc. This could I with the Sioux force which is using Murphy, assisted by Gayle Dell, I|Sullivan and Nelda Stone. Accom-

first downward trend in their own i have. been prevented if they had had current doctrines and procedures \ Doing a Coldwater Wash 'j jColdwater I' Brenda Murphy, and Myra Sue> Dairying the FHA'ers were Mr Leon i

home. We must realize God gives 1 tlupe-for God with their boy. 1 could I.I while the Ozark forces are employing Smith, led In a relaxer-"My Bonnie \ Staff! who drove the bus, Mrs- Leon
I ti
us our children, and are to bring givdjivany more ,personal cases the new concept of support and Parody;' Annaree liters, pre. Scat, Mrs. Kirby Wells:, and Miss
them up is'the nuture and admonition 'but l'ainJ>!eading with parents to I attack. About 20,000 men are taking ) Michigan, which was originally named "Cfcudcsewyablshr \silent< represented .the Jennings Barbara\ Pearman, adulate ,
\ "the land of cold waters" the ,
I ( ) by Potawatomi
of the Lord. Then thai Christian(take thetrTchildren somewhere to part in the maneuver. .
Indians welcomed Mrs. America ------ --- -
more than a century ,
foundation of the home will not;I Sunday School and church of their The servant s a team leader in I 1964 as the city father c lbrstod ...0 ago M
only be saved, but our children.No ''choice. From careful study we Company C, 2nd Battalion of the Coldwattr's bluest! tore proclaiming Coldwatec .

due owes:your. children much know parents who attend church 1st Infantry Division's 18th claim to national fang Washing ., "The Washing"Capital G1 the \ SHOP '

as yoU db'as'ttiei"parentsChurch;|regularly] ,end_Lv4 consistent christ- fantry, regularly stationed at F In-I Capital of the U.S. Th I United From States.their respective state at your
membership Is not enueh to'make .ian lives do not loose their childrento Riley, Kane purpose of, the event was U>> cooperative U.S. Senators unl

our homes a good place to rear our I[ the world ,at intermediate age. He entered the Army in 1958 ,prove washed that sparkling clothes clean can la cole fc d.I a most unique collection of 1 LOCAL STORES: :

children;,' but a truly dedicated They will become workers in the was stationed In Korea before his I ,i water i laundry. These included a )Tawaiian .... ., I
Christian home where father and I church and:Sunday: School If parents assignment at Fort Riley. moo man, a Maine lob.star *' .
bib Air Fore '
mother pray and live before, their remtiit-home on Sunday and Alt/nan, son of Mr .and Mrs. sweat shirt an and a host Academy of other ,
children clean noble lives that will ,send the children the records show arua Altman; Rt.1, Box 56. Ja LI'z-1 washday Ite... Three weeks I orF _

inspire them to want to. to'llow'In wfeh the children reach 14 to 17 Florida was graduated in 1958 later. In the Senate Wing of ,*'
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their foot.steps. They will come up I I they are Wet Because; they feel that Echols County High,, School in the.Capitol In -. .::.. "s ,TIPPETTESPRE f I

to love, honor respect parents and the parents have. set this example tenville, Ga. '_ clean Mr* America cold-water returned laundered the .r

the world will never be able to. ''before them so they drop out not wash to 48 U.S. Senators as .j' DEK SERVICE
overcome such' a Ccundation- feeling the need of attending S .S. f'' JUUUS F. WATERS I well as Congressmen and other I y

I have had! hundreds of experiences and church. high-ranking Washington dtgniurlei. ,
Julii1.. F. Waters, storekeeper l.t DOLOMITE
with parents and children and Give your children the greatest class, USN, !ion of Mrs. Minnie I Said Coldwater Mayor Olen HICALFERTILIZER l1

it Is a sad thing many times whenI heritage on earth, a Christian home.A ten of Route 3, Jasper Fry In the nation's Capitol: "It t
was confronted by parents askingme privilege to attend S. S. and' wa/I./ Is our hope that all bin America. -
visiting in the European
their ports join with us in celebrating' i
church regularly with pa
you
to go to a Judge or to someone from rents. I I' following partlclpaton In the For Good,, Fast, Experienced Servile j
and try to rescue their child amphibious combat training
gest
some crime the had committed. I If they come to Bright Pond we World
exercise In the Atlantic since Call LARUE TIPPETTE 971-5495, Lee, Florida
was always glad to go and do what- will do our.best to help them spirit- War n.

ever I can. I have the ky today of ually as will any of the churches \, He is serving aboard the sal-

knowing some of the finest young i You must realize the first and most ship USS Hoist.The The town of ColdwsUr tons set r .
that in trouble but 'Important pArt Is yours as parents. vage to celebrate being ismtd The
people were :, operation, called "SteelPike"
Washing Capital of tao U.s.-
through help were rehtt stated Before we can help them you must {'
my { featured U. S and Spanish ;
and are fine citizens and Christians ffiive us .the privilege by bringing I'I Marines landing from landing craft Headlining the most numeral I II

and I have seen them marry and) I them. Keep the fires burning in the and j[ helicopters of a combined U. S- U washday event sine wash II I I
her
mother threw
rear fine Christian children. I remember home. I{Spanish Fleet of 94 vessels which board, Mrs. America away (D.sro Farmers
If the of America I -
recently in ministry In ; we save youth -
my included ships of the United States Jenkins) reigned for a day as
another state how I had been Into and this we must do if we save our Military Sea Transport Service and First LAd, over the most Ilstingoished .

a fine, home and talked with ,the:X Nation,'lve must look to and depend I I chartered ships of the U.S. Merchant collection of laundry

parents of a hlglwchool boy that I on a higher power than ours to help IillS |'I Fleet. ever Mumbled. YOU' ARE INVITED TOBurch
mold their live Into Christians To mark the occasion some
had These parents were
seen.
never I Thee mock assault on the beaches -
their.J1elghbarhocd with a beautiful gas youth. It Is late In America, but |I' of Washiagtoa's leading law- ;::
., of Southern Spain was staged by makers contributed represeatatire f
.. brick home, a herd of fine white. not too late, start now to have a'better1 '\ Marines of the Second Marine DI- items that were publicly Scatter I'....,.. Holland

among the most respected people In home. j I vision, Second Marine Aircraft washed fa Coldwater with a Florida receives Us cU water
face cattle and he with a fine position P. II *Mabe. Bright Pond Baptist Wing: and Force Troops, Fleet Ma- product o; the same name.The .Isudered towel from Desree DayINTHE

The mother and son at home Church. i 1 rine Force Atlantic, along with a open-air that demonstration also Jeaklas, "Mrs. Ameii of -
f politicians BO BU.- ,
battalion of Spanish Marines. longer an afraid to wash their

"Steel Pike" showed the ability I dirty linen 1 la public.. ....hsn it's the way our city received tts INTEREST OF '
of the U. S. and Allied amphibious for a good cause. name by doing things the Celd- .
forcesto rapidly transport large To make the whets! thing of water way In their own hometown
JUNIOR tidal a resolution wu passed no matter where it mar
numbers of troop and all their equipment "
the
by Michigan State Legisla be. Agricultural
get them ashore and

maintain them for as long as nec _- _r_"

essary. It also trained the forces .
Improvements
of both countries in conducting: HARRISON HOMES Inc.
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joint operations.His 1 ,
You'll jump for joy ship provided salvage; and ,

diving support to fleet units duringthe Presents.. Everyone Farming And InterestedIn '
better
when you see our operation. I

than ever selectionsat .e. 2, 3, or 4 Bedrooms; :
JAMES 8. ROGERS Agriculture Should Attend

lower than expected Array PFC James S. Rogers, son 1, 1/, or 2 Baths i iI

of Mr. and Mrs. Harley F. Rogers, I

\T '. I prices. Drop bywewill Jennings, Florida and other mem I

show you why. beri participating of the 1st' Infantry In Exercise D Division GOLD are ALL BRICK HOMESNo j FRIDAY NOV. '27

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;. S FIRE I, a 16-day field training ex 4 I
HEATING BARGAIN
zas Money Down Your Lot :
"But I f*.l w.',. old frfendtAD, ON ANOTHER. on I

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Friday, ,
PACE FOUR THE JASPER NEWS ,, JASPER,, FLORIDA :

I IIJ.V"St. .:.1V.kW; : r ......,Ai1 ..t.LlfJ.r,. ivS O '"" 3 Agents Report y..* ous VIce collection if tn: $10 make.8. million.up the'bal- ':"

The Director said his agents '.
II I I' $100 BILLIONin '27 Moonshine destroyed moonshine'whls' ,'1/.\

I Ar 4, key stills in 15 Florid Counties ,
.
i during the 30-day period poured -

, I ... .... Stills Destroyed out 12,358' gallon of fer
>' ItfoTCAMPAIGN' me:itng: m uh and'838 gallons
t .i 'Alcoholic. 'beverage and cigar' of illegal liquor, seized! vehicles -
A r : r FUNDAn ret taxes collected last month from bootleg liquor dealers
I I 'took a 15.73 percent jump over and arrested 197 persons in
iiiliiJ4gIaJ11 III I the name period of one year violation pf state laws.

) .. 1 ago, while law enfoiement activity Counties yielding stills dur-
.. .'by the State.' .Beverage, fnt.the"month were Escambia,
PI incumbent president who baa '100 barked on elaborate plans to put ,borrowed Department continued at a nor* 11[ G.ls':1lnfti': Leon 1; Baker 1;
0a I billions to spend,.the U. 3. News ,& World Report dollars into circulation. Once the voter becomes mal'" pace Cl"y l' DuvaT>2! Naasaur 3:
I dryly observed prior to the election'bas either a recipient of federal money 'or dependent A 'report released recentlyby P-sei 1; Hn'mu.'S;, Jackson
I t lot going for Wm. A vote against such a president for a pay check on otfcers who are .. Beverage Director Richird 2' Highland--., 1; Polk, 11{ Palm
it says, would be like taking a shot it ..t getting government funds, a very strong case 1 B. Keating shows J10.822,996- 2 avh, I; Hamilton 2: and St.
but that maintaining the status quo. 29 was collected during September. John i 1Ksnting. '
Santa Claus Santa actually never aka 1 established for
I amount of inflated cash to dispense, but, th Lopping off federal) agencies almost impossible Cigarette taxes! rontrlbu'ted said! sie-iffs': and pa-
the 4693778.95 of this am lice dcpirUnenU and
established. What federal
U. S. president Uh once they are
soul should for
Jolly old run
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t ount.UquOI. $3.2 .'L095.89 agents ,
will be called when everyone ; ; participated In some'of
> believes fir something to every' antipoverty program
e really giving : beer, 12333.199.24 and wine the Deportment's enforcement
w M who foots the bill becomes wealthy has not beeen revealed .
the .
one. Not even taxpayer 49917628. Other rniscellane- activity. ,
r r r rL is overlooked, fOf after all he got his tax cut. Unit you can count on one school: of politics to ....
favor its continuance. ... -- ---
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The easy rationale of all this money *,'" -
talks and It ia bard to beat that kind of ; That is the school: which believes in encouraging
K'1111'YLPGAS! ell in the vote-getting business. Have we token th..theo.,. that government can FLORIDA facts .
wealth much for granted. that,we
our. so wide public,->jy.on passing'out the benefits in order tc '-
have become callous about the The formula foi
the ruling clique.
C f'TRAl HEATING SYSTfJ-j misuse o>( it? We enjoy a roaring.prosperity, perpetuate power, the New Deal found out in the 1930'
but has it made DJ unthinking materialists soengrossed
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is to spend an elect in ever increasing cycles d
in living !itup that we wire, nothingof yYCR
XUil of this is obvious to anyone yr(
} .li-$29995 ,.' I protecting the future for our children. Immorality\
'004 ]laded by the myth of Inexhanstable fed-
.., No Cb. rvil>l* Limits real resources. Whether we can keep our republic -
: J+.11'dless of the type or size otiome'you live in .1 may depndd upon the strength of
or plan to build, an LP-Gas central heating system Are we so indiscriminate with our wealtb the people and their willingness to put to per- .
r is best for you In comfort, convenience and low that we ruStf about trying to eradicate property) petual deficit spending. j
cost. You owe it to your family' to find oat how both abroad and at home. overlooking the ruin .

little it costs to install this air conditioning furnace ous effects of dependency on government that Super Pork-barrol
with eight heat outlets in your home.'Phone us I people develop? Senator Strom Thurmond hai t- .""
today for your FREE Teflon fry pan and Home remarked that what the Administration ought j Perhaps the most rampant project at pres- ,
,heating Survey. to do is see what can be done for its own "gov ent is the Atea. Redevelopment Administrationwhich sets wr. ,
ernment poverty., Instead, it cut taxes by is by no means limited to depressedareas l

EASY CLEAN $11.5 billion, increases spending by $5 billion and early classified as super pork-bar SOME, OF FLORIDA'S.- 1
TEFLONFRY over last ytar and continues to pay $11.1 ret The agency has been pouring out money OUTSTANDING CITRUS FRUITS "; I 1J
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f PAN j billion In interest on the $313 billion national Indiscriminately mostly providing unfair com' ARE THE RESULT OF CHANCE
ea I debt, all of which we owe to ourselves petition for existing business rather than new
o for permitting us and new businesses If ARA serves to HYBRIDS. THESE INCLUDE ,TANGELO, TEMplE AND KING
to make tf HOME It would help therefore, to have a national Jobs have ORANGES AND THE MURCOTT HONEY ORANGE.
the weakness of socialism it will
HEATING SURVEY leadership in the White House whose ideas prove
j accomplished something.As .
are not limited in the executive mansion. :Although -
the Administration's chief economist, long as we allow the government to While Florida...
1 d SUREGAS SERVICE. 1 Walter Heller, describes present economic pole borrow billions from the people, and then give ,ENJOYS A VIRTUAL y
I icy as one of moderation, the facts indicate form of boondoggle MONOPOLY ON SOME
(Div. of Green Fuel of Fla.. Corp) I it away in some as long as Mowu,. .u ,R. a.
'" ,. I that it is "extremist" in the extreme In an we expect fiscal emergencies to be out-talked CITRUS TYPES, ANOTHER
-IL. ....-. Jasper Phone 792-2911 I II. ort J of spending, the government urge' new 96 a White House magician, just that long OF ITS PRODUCTS, '.- --
I. I ,programs as if to see what dizzy heights the shall be foace eventual loss off confidence and ,PHOSPHATE FACES s"'"' +: -,
economy can reach. Even when the national TOe of KEEN COMPETITION faok'o)
.the possibility of bankruptcy. gravity
,1R MJ, pump ,needs no priming. the federal:government 4
FROM
TENNESSEE,
.. this continuous crisis was suggested by Sen- ,
continues to plan. annual deficits one af .
a.toI"'Harl'J' Byrd, the leading exponent of fiscal SEVERALWESTERN :
i 9j 'i' ter another. sanity in Congress, wMen he estimated thatit ,STATES AND fOREIGN' ,

tl'r \ .3p .dUi, a Way of Life would take 600,000 yean to pay off our COUNTRIES. ''
'' national debt* even if we'should start paying i -.....',. ..,. _
t. It requires many hundreds of pages justto $1 per minute 1
list the agencies and program that are em -_ A-----------
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l 4-' ,.,jour_home laundry Includes an electric dryer. e. > f, ,

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t \ fresh, Hnt-fres Cotton EnJoythaU.nh "
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electric k
: \ Complete line of Fertilizer: Red Steer, Pas-1 ;towels and wash cloths come qut thirsty drying '....if 'r ';.. +',,'

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before November 30 An $11.50 valve to keep ,4

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PACE FOUR JASPER NEWS ,, JASPER. FLORIDA .
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make the
'fi' !r. t p j.i+ i. *xfo / lay j yr4 ,j Agents Report 7* ous collection Ct tit: $10.8 million.up

: The Director laid his agents
I :i BILLIONCAMPAIGN 27 MoonshineStills destroyed- 27 moonshine'wbis.
$100 : key stills in 15 Florid Counties I

during the 30-day period pour4d

,. ,. Destroyed out 12,35 gallon of fer-
'
I I L 1" 't!,(dr renting; math and 838 gallons
I Alcoholic beverage and cigar of Illegal liquor' Mixed vehicles
ret taxes collected last month from bootleg liquor dealer
I ;; FUNDAn : took a 16.73 percent jump over and arrested 197 persons in
\ 0 l the name period of one year. violation of state lawa.

ago, while law nfocement activity Counties yielding stills I'I by the State .Beverage, -the' month were Escambla
An president who has |100 barked on elaborate plans to put borrowed Department continued. at a normal 1| .GadsJ! : 'n>4; Leon 1; Baker 1;
1 I ofJr I billions to spend the U. S. News &: World Re- dollars into circulation. Once the voter becomes pace. r r!-y, t DuvaT5 : Nassau 3;
II II I port dryly observed prior too the election has, either'' a recipient of federal money 'or dependent 'A report released recentlyby Paw: 1; Homes'6 J, Jackson,
I I fc lot going for Urn. A vote against such a president for a pay check on others who are Beverage Diretor Richard 2- Hi-hland-. 1; Polk 1J: Palm
it says, would be like taking a shot at k retting government funds a very strong case B. Keating thaw $10,822,096 1 oea.h. 11 Hamilton 2: and St.John .
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29 was collected during Septem i 1.Keating
Santa Claus. Santa. actually never bad that',f, Is established for maintaining this status quo.
I but, the 'Lopping off, federal agencies Is almost impossible ber. Cigarette taxes contributed said sheriffs': and pft-
amount of Inflated cash to dispense
established. What the $4,693,778.95 of this am lice -Upirt.nenU 1 and federal
' y Jolly old soul should run for U. S. president if once they are *
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t will be called when everyone cunt;, liquoi. $3,2 ,'L095,89 agents participated in acme of
We really believes la giving something to every antipoverty program beer, $2,333,199.24 and wine .th* Department's enforcement
s one. Not even the taxpayer who foots the. bill becomes wealthy has not beeen revealed $499.176.28. Other miscellane activity.
rI t Is overlooked, fOf after all be got his tax cut. JJiut you can count on one school of politics to .
continuance. -- --- --
I favor its J \J ",f .j 'pU.rl :"
The easy rationale of all this is that mon- "*.-* -
ey talks .and it Is hard to beat that kind of the which believes in encouraging '
> That is school
sell in the rote-getting business. Have we taken FLORIDA facts
EIJf! LPGASC th.-theory that government can .. -
our. wealth so much for granted.lbatwehave 'hJ&p on 'passing out the benefits in order te ;.- "
become callous about the wide 'public
The formula foi
1" t'TRAl HEATING SYSTZK!! misuse of it? We enjoy roaring, prosperity, perpetuate power. the New the ruling Deal found clique.out in the 1930' ,
but has it madct'UI unthinking materialists] so cycles. r1'
la to spend an elect in ever increasing
engrossed in living Itup that we tire: : ., nothingof
for children.No Iby Immorally\ of this is obvious to anyone
the future
: 1 UfMS: $2 9995 pie: protecting our 'notTOindeo by the myth of inexhanstable fed-

Obrvd>U Limits reaP resources. Whether we can keep our republic -

r :.:dress: of the type or size ot.home'rou live in may depndd upon the strength .of
i' or plan to build, an LP-Gas central heating system Are we so indiscriminate with our wealth the people and their willingness; to put to perpetual
ti Is best for you. .. In comfort, convenience and low that we rush about trying to eradicate property deficit spending. '
both abroad and at home overlooking the ruin
cost. You owe it to your family to find outhow
little it costs to install this air conditioning furnace ous effects of dependency on government thai Super Pork-barr.I
with eight heat outlets in your home. Phone us k people develop? Senator Strom Thurmond tiai t''
.. today for your FREE Teflon fry, pan and Home remarked that what the Administration ought ., Perhaps the most rampant project at present
.heating Survey.. to do is see what can be done for its own "10'; is the Area Redevelopment Administrationwhich
ernment poverty.". Instead, it cut taxes by is by no means limited to depressed

EASY CLEANTEFLON I 111.5 billion, increases spending by $5 billion areas and early classified as super porkbarrel SOME OF FLORIDA'S... I '

I over last yean and continues to pay $11.1 ). The agency has been pouring out money OUTSTANDING CITRUS FRUITS
I national Indiscriminately mostly providing unfair 'competition _
r' FRY'PAN' billion in interest on the $313 billion ARE THE RESULT OF CHANCE
o debt all of which to ourselves., rather than
business new
we owe for existing
o tor permitting usto HYBRIDS. THESE INCLUDE ,TANGELO, TEMPLE AND KING
make a HOME U would help therefore, to have a national jobs and new businesses If ARA' serves to ORANGES AND THE MURCOTT HONEY ORANGE.
have
of socialism it will
the weakness
HEATING SURVEY leadership in th. White House whose ideas prove
i accomplished something.As .
are notlimited in the executive mansion. :Al- 16 ,10.fa.
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thoughl the Administration's chief: economist, long as we allow the government to Wh'While Florida...
( SUREGAS SERVICEDiv. 1 Walter Heller describes present economic policy borrow billions from the people, and then give ENJOYS A VIRTUAL H,. -
as one of moderation the facts indicate MONOPOLY ON SOME 't _.
( of Green's_ Fuel' of Fla. Carp) I U away in some form of boondoggle as long as M q. /
t .. r "" that it is "extremist" in the extreme. In an to be,outtalkede CITRUS TYPES ANOTHER '
................-. Jasper Phone .792-2911: I orgy of spending, ''the government urges new'proerams we a expect White fiscal House emergencies magician just that long OF ITS PRODUCTS, "'."r

: \ I as if to see what dizzy heights the :hall be foace eventual loss off confidence and PHOSPHATE, FACES ra "5 '
II I economy can reach. Even when the national the possibility of bankruptcy. The gravity of KEEN COMPETITION 4 ?
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this continuous crisis was suggested by Sen ; '
continues to plan. annual deficits one after
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-t' atar'-Harry Byrd, the leading exponent of fiscal
another.
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t tf national ,debt even If we' should start paying i ,-. ... .
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THE JASPER NEW'S, JASPER FLORIDA Friday November 20 1964

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right sort and a look of menace for and 'Irs. Norman Protsman of the r i (((Continued from, Pace '1).) ,, '

folks of the other sort and he doe- N. N. E. A r I

sn't make mistakes. ;.?.' City Minutes ;; TYPEWRITERS
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?- The second( scene is a water color I guess Its as good a way as any .

:gLki 11: An army transport two days out of One lady wrote she Is washing the', Garbage ....,....'........... 42.50 'I{ '

New York. A 17 year old private, scale off her cape jessamine with Cemetery Lot, ............., 75.00 acid'Adding Machines '
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8 his hobnail heels together 'is salutIng old stand by octagon SOAR Withholding Tax ............ 293.40 ,

a newly- made officer. What's Social Security ............ 164.35 \ t REPAIRED t. -f *'

7 that d-d dbg doing here? Thund- Someone else told; me that to'Insurance .................. 90.00

ered the officer In the best Officers scatter epsom salts around: the gardenia Weed Cutting .............. 1S6.75t
Training School style. "Sir. he Is or cape Jellan nee would t Transfer from Utilities System SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .
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white
our mascot away fly that causes *
Revenue Fund ........ .. 6,400.00Firearms
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maintaining an unsteady "attention the black scale., .'............;...... 100'I II We have made arrangements with a qualified
SIMPER FIDEUS done up bi pink and white under a while speaking. "You'll have to get I
Total ..
Receipts .. ..... 12,188.21,
written by the late Walter ScottCriswell big friendly tree. !rid of him" said the officer sharply" The Jasper Garden Club Is plan- :Total Cash Available .... 14.815.261 repairman who will come to our office for pick-up

copied from "Somebo y'll j jBoy" !: The nurse a'* is the way of nurses, "There'a an order against pets. ning to observe the Silver Anniversary DISBURSEMENTS I
talk other' "Shall I throw him overboard, of : and'delivery each day. Bring machine to our
has gone to ; to nurses. the foundingof'the ClubIn your
I Mayor'and Council ;......... 7600
"There four I I Beside the perambulator. lies a sir asked the boy respectfully 1965
are pictures more orless ) April -the 26th year
Management and Office ,... 658.00 : office call 792-6331.
etched in my mind as I write pup nearly grown, his paw placed but there was mutiny insurrectionand r. Finance or
and Taxation .. ... 722.18
this. I protectingly over a rattle that has murder In his tone and In his Invitations are out for the 35''.Legal .....:.................. SGAOII I'
Tree first is a park scene, a basket been tossed out by the baby; he hasa eyes. wedding anniversary of Mr. and The Jasper News I
[Auditor .. ................. ]
perambulator with a baby all look of welcome,for people of theJENNINGS Just then the ship pave a heaving Mrs. Aaron Hogan on November Insurance .....,.......... 1,046.60

lurch and the two soldiers' and the' 29th Public Relations .......... 122.35'
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the rail ,
canine careened against j Police Department ...... 1,684.34
It was a situation not covered by' A group of Jasper, Women go'.N( Fire Department (Fire Hydrant\

.AkZNnS :1D2l1111-J the I. D. R. once a week to a Ceramics Classat I I rental) .................4,68533
the cussed dog;' said the I the studio of Lula Rentz in Val-I +
I 'Keep Building Inspector .......... 75-00 FLORIDA facts
officer In the mix-up, "but don't dosta-they are-,. Mrs .Virginia*I\ PUBLIC WORKS: I

l let the 'Old Man' see him" The. Chandler' Mrs. Ppnce: Sandlin'II Public Buildings ............ 62.29'

officer had also had a dog. Mrs Jim Camp ana'Mary, FrancU Street Department ........ 1,80056i

/;)dON.a.3UVif The next scene is over there a Lewis. . Garbage Department ...... 74L43

half dozen soldiers and a dog in a I Cemetery .................. 270.95
shell hole-a whining.noise, an explosion -, The Jasper":Women's Club met .Public Welfare .............. 30.00

l'aoiJ' -a dog! and a couple of men FYday November ISatlthe/ home ofMrs ( Mosquito .Control .......... 11'Uj
;) alive the rest "gone west." I Ball Raymond! Camp. Mrs.' Elizabeth /13rd Quarter Withholding .... .
fthe Suwannee
River
The last, picture shows a peck- 0' ,CITY MIN. GAL. 2 .............. ,
Regional ipflke to the
Library
marked debris-sterwn battlefield', ,3rd Quarter Social Security 983.411 i
% Jf) the mud covered with a light nan- group: and showed, an interesting ; Total Disbursements .... 14,246.55

tle of snow.There is a rough grave, fihn of flowers and wild life pictures Total Cash Available, October 31,

a crude wooden cross, and a dog i she had made.. Mrs. Williams I 1964 ..:................. 568.71
r stretched protectingly over the Van Zant gave the de 'otonaJ. I UTILITIES SYSTEM REVENUE

s It J mound, his greyed muzzle betweenhis I' Mrs. Esther Horrfe of Madisonwas ,FUND

paws, his body frozen stiff as a I a visitor wa's'Also Mrs.. Mar .Cash Available October 1.

j I board. I vn Rogers of Jasper 1964 .................. 11,689.63 ,
METHODIST CALVARY UAPTIST CHURCH
I The Club voted to buy a new I RECEIPTS: I
1- !i The officer he of the ship epl- -
"Enter Rest Pray" Jasper sode-comes out of a dugout and scrap book for Club records. A 'Water Service ............ 2.380-50 THE MOCKINGBIRD .r

Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. P..t. rl,Rey/P/ed: Herring notices the stark figure of the dog I scrap book of several years past 1 Sewer Service .........* 1,535.00 I) WAS DESIGNATED THE OFFICIAL STATE BIRD OF FLORIDA

Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. Sunday School '.,.,..*.. 10:00: a.m. beside the has just been closed and filed at the ,Water Deposits .............. 95.00 BY THE 1927 LEGISLATURE. KNOWN FOR ITS ABILITY TO
Prayer Meeting each Tfaun 8 p.ml: cross I
Morn Service"'i; ..... 11:00 a.m. softly City
Worship Sundays Services at U -2nd. and and at 4th 8 Training Union .......... 6:30 p.m. "Well, Til be ddwhe said I I Christmas activities! which nclude Withholding Tax, ............ 52.00, IN MAN'S BATTLE AGAINST HARMFUL INSECTS.
p.m '"-... .. 7:30 but his were burning as he 'I
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eyes
Evening 'r. : p.rn.I ; ,
decoratons for- the Hamilton Social Security ............ 46.33 '
JASPER FIRST METHODISTThe : I Prayer Meeting.Wed..:, 7:30: p.m. turned away. th ': buried Hospital and a gift for the little boy Insurance .................. 22.50 I Florida Phosphate. '. .", ,._,. u ..!iL., 4r1

Friendly Church"N. And he ordered dog at Sunland sponsored by the Club. Fire Hydrant Rental ...... 3,900.00'
)AK GROVE rmmcii OF CHRIST of I AS AN ORGANIC COMPOUND ALSO IS HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
E. BOOn Pastor Juper'and with military honor by the side I Every 3 months a check is sent to i Total Receipts ............ 8,060.931 DE.
Between Jenningson IN CONTROLLING BUGS, WORMS AND OTHER ,
hi master .
ORDER OF SERVICE him for hl
spending Total Cash Available. 19,750.581 '
Sunday School .. '?.? 9:41 a.m. highway 41 Fidelity-that's the word that I money f, DISBURSEMENTS: !I E PESTS.. \ \\l' /1I' j ;a '
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was a good meeting and weell II | / +
Horning Worship 11:00 a.m.Everyone Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll comes-of which do" Is a derivatlve -:attended.. General Operations ...... 1,464.29 v :\, / '

EVENING
SERVICES Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 ; ,1 A. Avriett assisted Mrs. Camp in Water Lines .............. 1.82846 ..
Junior Fellowship .-_ 6:00 p.m.Jr. Wed. Evening Bible Study .. 8:00. Mrs. Ralph Varies (Pat BundyYwas serving refreshments coffee, Sewer Plant .................. 8.60 :::::: '. ..
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High Fellowship : p.l11. Phone WE8-2091 delightfully entertained Thur. 'chicken, salad sandwiches and Sewer Lines ................ 72.531 ...--.r- iI>
Youth Fellowship ._ 1:00 with misc-- :
p.m. 12'
afternoon Nov' a ..:;
cake : Water Deposit Refunds..... 7000'Transfer I
Worship Service _... 7:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH shower at the Womans Club. Mrs -
Youth Social Hour S:00 1 and The Woman's Club fruit cake to Utilities Sinkingi( 1 ;,<
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Hour of: Power"7:15 p.m. 'Skyer Cano ., Pastor. Barney Burnham Mrs. role Is in enforce. Fund .................... 558.25 .. ;; ->"" ..

Wednesday p.m Sunday School at ?.__- 9:461 I Smith were hostesses. The large There are two sizes. One men Transfer to General Fund 6,400.00 t -

E"BAPTIST..1 I Morning Worsfcip ,... .. HoO clubroom was decorated In white sir 3rd r -- ...._.
BETHEL PR1MI1 IV < I bought a 3 Ib. cake! and ate It on Quarter Withholding .. 138-00 .
Union' .. ... 6:43 i -%using tall white candles .
Training( I green --0"I. -
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Bible Study 'at tO a.m' each Bun., ... .*. I Mrs I more requested
Evening Worship ..:.. ., white mums and green foliage. 5 \Total Disbursements .. .
Church Berries It LIL 7 pan, Prayer :Services ;Wsdneidajt 'I Burnham welcomed the guests Mrs a pounder if Indeed they came 10,965.20TOTAL
that size- don't but CASH AVAILABLE OCTOBER -
4 Sundays each Month 7:801, 1 They he'll get
PBYE 60 P.m. each Sua "JASPER Mr Sara Laihley and the bride '. -
'CHURCH OP COD 1\1'
Elder L, M.-DeVan.r pastor-. GLENN PRIDGEN. Pastor I who was lovely In 'a light yellow "One; of the. &' hlng. to have, CASH AVAILABLE SINKING, October FUND 1, (;I. 'at1 I
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JAs7ER"PRESBYTERIAN Sunday Sc.hout' .._?._. ,\0 iOO a.m fall suit Miss Sharon Burnham up your sleeve Is s funny bone' 1964 '.........h...;....." $.46925 I ; It'tfftrtf Album Ro,4'.r: ',,,,, ." i. E Ek
CHURCH SERVICEThe Morning W,,rir.p! .;,_ 11:00: a.m. kept the bride's book. Serving at ,. ''!I..' RECEIPTS:r .

Rev William W, Van Zant.HImaay I Evening Wor.hipt.., 7:00: p.m the tea table werefllses' Nancy A good memory test I try to remember ,Utility; Taxes i............ 931.90 I 3 For your jamil,': Holiday PItz,";)

,; 8cJaool.-t:4IL" m.. Wednesday Ehlcrt Virginia Vlckery) and Jan the things you worried I iTransfeer from Utility.System :

Services >_N._ 11:00 I Prayer Meeting ?...';: ,:30 p.m. I David All the available.tables were about last .. I Fund ............'.;..... 558.25 !

-ADVENT- -- Y. P E. 7:80 P.III.j used to display the lovely gifts.Mrs. weekC. 'Total Receipt .........:.. 1,490.15 _. .' '< .",,.,: .",,,I"fHfi'f'. : f J/.j: _.: ,
JASPER Pat to ,.! \ '11<'I.";
Bandy's marriage !
CHRISTIAN CHURCH I BURNHAM CHRISTIAN ,. ,Evelyn and Roy Graham came Total Cash Available ...4 6,959.40 ...'
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""* CHURCH aver last FrIday' for a visit with I DISBURSEMENTS:
Pastor
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T. Warren .
Hamilton Co. Hospital was an e- their mother Mrs W, A. Lewi: Bonds and Coupons ...... 2500.00
.......... 10 James Webb Pastor '
Sunday School : .rn. Sunday School Sunday 10:00: I vent of wide interest. They returned to Tallahassee Sat I Interest '.................. 3,527.50
Morning Service .'.. 11:00: a.m. I every "
I urday. Total Disbursements ...... 6027.50 r ,
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Church Service, 11. a.m. A 7 p.m. Don't, miss the Garden Club this
Second and Fourth SundaysYouth Total Cash Available. October 31, I '-.
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;.Wednesday week
Chdr Practice .. 7:30: p.m. Fellowship 6: p.m. t GARDEN cr.m.EETS NOV. tit i i 1964 ....................... 93 ..901I
I The Garden Club meets this week UTILITY SINKING RESERVE SO'' G5 U
Prayer Service 8:00: p.m. Every Sunday night. Ehsing. Wilton McIntosh of the Friday November 20 at 3 o'clock at I FUND ;(;K r1T

01VONIA BAPTIST CHURCH BRIGHT POND (JASPER) U. S. Navy Is at home on a 2 weeks, the home of Mir Raymond Camp. Time Deposit, Octobeer 31, j I I CHR STNEAS '

Trulett M. Comer Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH leave. lie Is at present located at t Mrs. Graham Black is Co.hostessA I 1964 .................... 13,000.00
.. ...' Bundayschool Pensacofa but leases the 26 of Dec.. 1
10:00 LD) .i. REV. PAUL' IL MADBcSnndty special program Is In prepare RENEWAL AND REPLACEMENTFUND

'31:00 ajn. Morning,Worship School ...?._... 10:00 a.m. for Los Angeles. Hon in the hands of Mrs. C. B. liar. v I ,1 '

8:00 pun. ............ B. T. U. Morning Service ........ 11:00) a.m. Wilton la 'an instructor in'Aviation risen and Mrs. Oscar Ratliff. Thisis On Time Deposit, October, 31,

1:00 p.m. Evening Worship Training Union' ..._ 6:80Evening .Physiology.' He (Is the lon, of an original program unlike any I I 1964 .................... 6,60000
Worship ..._ 7:80 Mr. and Mrs. Frank McIntosh.
!Wednesday night Prayer w given heretofore by the club. Cash Available, October 31, t tourcTon/mr

Meeting ..-N.N-.N. 7:80: pm.'WEST Midweek Prayer Service every i Three o'clock is the hour. 1964 ..............t....... 600.00' .
Wedntjday at ":30 p.m. Garden Club meets at 3 p, ,m., .
LAKE CHURCH OF. COD Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C t P- Davis of Smoker Says: GREAT ,SONGS OF CHRISTMAS
Sunday School ..N::...._. 10:00: a.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH . Ocala were for deer hunt I
Y.P.E. Sunday ....._.. 6:80 p.m. I Rev. Raymond Dykes up -the II 33 W RJ JL long t.
.. 7 30 The kiss of the'swi for pardon. the past weekend guests o fthe I playing record -
Prayer Meeting. Thurs. p.m Sunday School .,.. .10.00: a.m. II 6ltene
The song of the birds for mirth, C. B. Harrisons. U great Osristata $ ills
Church Service ....... 11:00: sum. a
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WHITE'SPRING S One Is nearer Gods heart in a gar. t I .etoettam., AsMricaV --. .
Evening Service ..... 8:00: p.m.
CHURCHRev. leading arUsts
FIRST. J.BAPTIST L. McNeal pastor Training Unions-..-:...... 6:30: \ a+. den' 'v_ | Mr. J. B. .Sapp entered St Vin r 1 ExclmnT: with Goodyear i h S r al
Than anywhere. e.Ise earth. cents Hospital Tuesday\ for surgery s&JB
Bunchy School ,. __-_ 10:00 a.m. Prayer Meeting, on Wednesday at on I j dealers ft stores asprei .

Moraine Service -.._ 11:00 a.m. .1:30 p.m.MISSIONARY ..__. .' IBRtA I Mmitededittoa". -bvy OflT.
Mr. and Mrs. :rs newt
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Training Union '_.,-.,. 7:00 ".m. BAPTIST Bowers Jr A see. I i
lErenlnjt Services .?_. '8:00 p.m. J.a.U| FUrU children Ricky Jimmie and Tom. Mrs. Sam Warren came home i In cI.7FOzcjT q/TllQ/ R
8 my will be guests at this week from Plneview Hospital.
service p.m. Hickory Bottom
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J. wl} Tlttsworth Pastor this weekend. . /1..aYJ .YwW *iftk'rn J f.
They come at _.._
METHODIST CHURCH Buhd School'..._ ... 10K>0
FIRST a.m. ''
y this time especially to attend the Jewel, sod Daniel Smith spent a .
Pastor: Rev. T. M. Golf (Each Sunday) b
Bandar School .._.10:00: a.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday al Fla. U. and F. S.. U..game few days In Moultrie Ga. visitng .

(A class for every age group) >11:00: .. m. and 7:80 p. m. A Joyce and Colbert Crofts Sandlin
number of seterkHOgll6gDl010r't Motor
Worship Service 11:00 a.m..Youth .' Payer Meeting Each Wednesday parties are being Joyce Is organist ,]for' the First Co.Phone

Fellowship ...?... 8:00 p.m. a% _7:30 pjn. given in Uve Oak for MM Marl- Baptist Church there and secretary .
,PASTOR'S SCHEDULE anna Protsman In her 'approaching to the minister of music. Colbert Is J I SY 2-2193 ..
;.White Springs every Sunday at FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHA. wedding She Is the daughter of Mr. attending Norman College at Nor- : : Jasper Florida

11.-00 a.ia. IL McGLAMEY. Pastor man Park as a ministerial student. --- .--- -. --- -
Swift Creek each Third Sunday Sunday School ... .._N 10.00 a.m.
at a:00 p.m. Homing Worship N .N 11:00: a.m.
l'raJnJna"Ualon"' _... 6dO THANKSGIVING PARTY
p.m. BiRDS
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH The Adult, Training Union of the
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m
STATENVILLE. GEORGIA, 7:00-Prayer meeting.N IIInterested First Baptist Church had a supper OF
Allen Brooker Pastor party Monday evening November FLORiD"HEAD ; se

Sunday School.......... 10:00 ajn. GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF 21 in the Educational bulking. ,
Worship Service 2nd and 4th COD Mrs. Cecil Vann aria the entertainment

Sundays ..._............_ 11:00 a.m.Jr chairman the AND
Rev. JSarl Deas as guests
and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at .UNOZRP.4RTSWHITE
,7:00 p.m.Tryysr Sunday School ......_ 10:00 a.m. in odds If you are arrived they were given Insigniathe ,, I
Morning Worship ._ 11:00 a.m. set the theme of The ,
th
Meeting Each Thursday at bridge for eparty. I
a player, Instance, IMCKWIN
Wednesday Night _... 7:30 $$
p.m. each bands'with
Sf? 8:00 j,.m. ; the 'odds are 158 billion to 1 men were given head
.
MY7 Social Hour Each Thursday Prayer ServiceY. Indian feather, the ladies ad-, AND TAIL
against
P. E. Friday Night 7 JO picking up a hand with "I.UE81.ACJ-

SUWAHNEE CHURCH OF 13 cards of one suit Odds (Continued on Page 7) (
THE NAZARENE JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD are that 1 of every 3 families in -
.' CHURCH LENGTH W RT R?
Facfl. Florida the I/ S. own a doe or a cat. A/
'Bert E. Wheeler Sunday School each Sunday at The odds also state that It is GET roc FARM LOANS W/NOSPREAD 45 7D5a-

Sunday School ........ 10:00 A.M. Services 10:00 .. m. 900 to 1 against staying in one wont' ,"*, -"* I -t 1
,PreacMag Service: ......1100 A.M. Each Sunday moraine Job for more than 10 years and. 1 ,"

'Erebtt Service ........ 7 JO P.M. and evening If it happens you] are a confirmed ) 4 ONE OF OUR MOSt BEAUTIFUL .u 1..
; Prayer Matting 7t3inSSIONABT nalKblter' relax! the chances BiKDS EXPERT ..' "
"'... > FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AND GRACCFUL1UFL1SHT4 :
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t ". --- STATENVILLE. GEORGIAD. of a nervous breakdown are SPENDS MOST OF ITS

f.' .GOB fI < W. Kannon Pastor lID, 1.200 CONTACT IVAJfUVO HOUXS WTMf A/X WKSFKOM
,'..t CHURCH (Services Each Sunday) Odds are JOG have been wmat* ti THE 5t'g.MCiafTNc .1'
Rev. P.,M. ADen Pastor Sunday School _...__ 10:00 aja InC to End better eteaalnf and WATXK.f
b 110'00 .JJi.-S ndq School Morning Worship .... 11:00 am. service. Look farther Henry D. CATS WHtLeFLYtffF009'SftAXS.HAWK ,100JIZAUS
'r (escept 11th SuDItay) Training Union _...._.. 6:30 p.nr. lAtndry '. no f INgIT$6' EFUS OPEN ':' ,"
for 1& here at JASPER {
l1:00-JIorIII C She Prayer Service. Wednesday at VICKERSJuper bji CORRSHcANppN'FL44BfI ( '
LAUNDRY A CLEANERS, in ) ,
. 600 p.ns.T. Union "r_ lab .m- &- f7WWL34'/Ty CYl'! !5MjSo9 ,
Odds
1 ServIce at 7:00 pun. Janper. are again you
Florida
at 1:00 m. I didn't really know that clothes '

.PraFetrfREBB Wed. p WHITE SPRINGSCONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS could rom out so rleaa as we Telephone 792-6921 FAMILY SW LL W.TAI LED Ki Tf:

, H CHURCH tart out regularly. Drake your
WIit RifleS S. School each Sunday 10.-00 ... next cleaning atop JASPER

,Rev. W D,f. Lant. InllfireaIag Preaching seats every tad sal LAUNDRY A CLEANERS: Res. 792-4831 FLOKIDA GAME AM FRESH WAT R FISH CC4fM/$ / V

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Friday, November 20, 1964 THE, JASPER NEWS J ASP E R FLORIDA I PACE SEVEN



To Demonstrate: :' White Springs High I To,Show New Farm I Jennings News I f Ije Jasper; Jlc1us- .

% School NewsThe Equipment Nov. 27 By Mrs. Walter Havener ii
Published Every
ration Elder and Mrs. Roy DeVan ami '" Friday )
Plant $ed Pre p Beta Club cake sale held. A special Jawing of farm equip Mrs. George DeVane returned late I Second Class Ppstage Paid at Jasper. Florida '
Saturday, November 14 was'a blfl:!I '
ment ia scheduled for.Friday November Saturday from Miami where they Subscriptions Strictly in' Advance;
[success. This money is to be usedto
With Vapam', help finance the District 2 Beta, ;! at the Suwannee Valley had visited a wonderful friends and trip.relatives' They 13.00 in Hamilton County 4.00 Outside of County!

Cub meeting to be held here on Tractor Co. m Live Oak, it Is announced I Cards of Thanks $1.00 Minimum

Vapam, a product of Stauffer Vapam may be applied with a' December 12. All togther approximately by Dan Harrell of the i t I Rev. Charles Rogers is holding a I, Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 i

Chemical Company for the fumigation I sprinkler can or a sprayer. Use' cake! sale.' 30 hours This includes were spent the on huors the Live Oak Company revival at Hansen this week. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers
Is Invited to attend.: Rev. Blair
of tobacco plant beds, will
only low-pressure, coarse droplet
which each of the 7 members and The e'ent11 be known as "nurchDay' is doing the preaching. I
demonstrate the
complete applica
type spray or perforated boom. Do ,.
their Mr. Hal. M. Worth i7
tion of this effective chemical.: The not use high pressure) or mist type I I spent sponsor on this activity, The members and will feature farm mal I Mr. and Mrs- Tommy McCulley ._7( "';//0" J1'or.1 r. a
application is very simple and requires I nozzles that will allow mixture to chinery manfaetured by the Burch :
of the Beta Club are: Paul All! and Anthony are leaving our com
no expensive tools or machinery. drift Plow Works Inc. of Evansville, Ind
I son. Paula Allison. Edna Hillhouse. munit Mr. McCulley has accepted
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Add container of Vapam to 36 to Tommy Pound Cheryl Shaw, Jim specialists in planting and tillage a position with Florida Power Cot I tat /Vc "
This demonstration will be < \
sponsored .Jlosp
I
by Cecil Eatmon Swift Ware-I 45 gallons of water and apply uniformly my Smith, and Joyce Stormant equipment. i poration. Just where they will settle, lM

to 100 square yards of.plant ,, Reports 'Paula Allison we have not found out. We hate to
chouse and will beheld at Stafford .
r R bed or add 1 pint to 4 or Is gallonsof and :'Sue"JUUhouse: Mr Harrell said, all farmers in have them'leave us. .but our good ,, .,
L Scan farm at 9:00: o'clock on I \ :
water and apply. uniformly to the Live Oak area are invited to wishes g cvvith them s
Tuesday, November 24. *
It is an effective control for weeds I 100 square feet of plant bed and State Flue Cured the "Burch Day" where many Mr. and Mrs. Billy Adams andi

soil-borne diseases and root knot, tarp immediately. things pertaining to agricultural i Athena Kay were here over the :, .

in tobacco plant beds. ] Do not wait until entire bed is Tobacco Yield And improvements will be discussed by I weekend. They were visiting Billy ,1l'It

Vapam is (1)) quick and easy to[treated to cover, but cover bed as '' Burch officials who will be in Live: parents, Mr. and Mrs Coflis Adams 1 V

apply-takes less than onehalfhour it Is treated lnun"ediately1th a Acreage GivenFlorida be They went on a fishing trip. We '
Oak for the day. It will held rain r.
i : ,
(2)) Inexpensive- clean) plastic cover. successful.MB. PATIENTS HOSPITAL
bed
per farmers have harvestedand "Everyone Interested in hear that it was very
-only 4.45 per bed ,and you can Bed is ready for plaatfng in 21 T. A. Barwrbk( ; Klb Burnett, George
of flue ture should make .
sold 22,222.238 pounds a I
use old, tarps, even if they have to 30 days after fumigation with cured tobacco from 12,562 acres in I or shine;'!Mr Harrell said agriCUI-j Last BEN Saturday DATES Mr.HAS Ben BIRTHDAY was Invited Roberson," Mrs. Kate Adicks Mrs
.
tv.I
hazardous.
small holes. (3) Less Vapam. -a<
DJa Colored Annie Mae
1964. according to O. P. McArthur Valdosta to friend Nancy ;
leea
to to
to attend our Burch Day on November I go Soloman] ,LJzzle Comes Ernesetlne
State Executive Director, Agricul ;
I It who was In the hospital. They
27th, Mr "andwe
I Thomas Goodloe tural Stabilization and Conservation Harrell said Jackson Jc4 Tally Chris Hubbard.
made the visit and then the graftsent
feel certain the
.farmers In this
Jnss) Service. These State-wide area will see many things of great j out for dinner. He would not DISCHARGED.f>ST WEEK
t Burma Jean Thomas became released today followIng
figures were
CTbbRS but he said he was
(t} tell; his age- .
Interest to them.
Charlie Law
the bride of Charles Paine final compilation of acreage have Mrs. Hattie .Register, ,
birthdays
still able to
I I Burke Norris. REV. L. D. BENNETT
Dollie Mills
Goodloe on October 7th at the Ep- and yield data supplied by ASCS Those attending beside Mr Bates Mrs.
.. -
-- -- Regina Ogburn. Laurence Udell BURIED IN WACO TEXASA
worth Methodist Church Atlanta, county offices In tobacco growing and Mrs. Bates were Mr. and Mrs ,
(col.), Aubrey Cowart, Mrs. Mary
The bride is the daughterof I
Georgia.
counties Pafford and Mr. and Mrs prominent African Methodist
Continued Roy MrsCorliss .
( from lade 0) Nell Young 'Mrs. Eva Sapp,
Mr. and Mrs. Berman V. Thomas The 1964 State average, yield of Clayton BradshawEveryone Episcopal Church minister, the Rev
Annie Langford,
Justed white pilgrim con'arl.The of Clearwater, Florida, formerly 1,769 pounds per' acre was 89 r I Land. Mfs.' Isbln Tomlinson; Lorenzo D. Bennett, died suddenly
Harrison
,
large room was decorated in of Ocala, Fla. pounds per acre less than the average 1 Is very excited over Earl Tuesday, September 1 ,ln Ft. Worth

autumn leaves cut out turkeys and The groom Is the son of Mrs. Charles yield of 1,858 pounds from the New ArrivalsMr. the FSU Vs Florida game Satur Vlrgfl William Texas where he was the pastor of
The The 4.8 decreasein I day. A number of people from our' Baker A.M.E. Church. His
big yellow pumpkins. men Paine Goodloe of Valdosta, Cs ., 1963 crop. percent .. -- -- Chapel
were pittd against the ladles in a and the late Mr. Goocfloe and the yield per acre however, was substantially town will be going. j wife, Mrs Marguerite S Bennett

hunt contest-hunting for animal grandson of the late Mr and Mrs. ; offset by the 3,5 percent and Mrs. Oliver Hunter wishto Mr. Jody and Miss Maggie are I was with him when he succumbed, :I

crackers. Other games had lively Isaac Blair Butler of Jennings, Fla. Increase In the average price per announce the arrival'of an Infant in Palatka this week. Mr. Jody Is r according to reports

participation.The The bride was graduated from pound received by farmers for the daughter born, November 16, hunting with Mr. Frank Hancock. o1IITUAmE4 Funeral services vve-e held at

attractive supper table was Ocala High School In 1959 and from 1964 crop. The average price received 1964, 6:40: p.m. Weighing 7 Ibs. 4 oz. Baker Chapel Church on Saturday,

loaded with Thanksgiving fareIt the Georgia Baptist Hospital School in 1964 was 58.71 cents perpound The little, lady" was given the name' Mrs Mamie Bradshaw Is In Pine September 5, at 10:00: a.m.

was about the nicest party they had ot: Nursing in 1962. She is now In comparison with 56.74 Sare Lee. Proud grandparents are view. She had surgery last week. He was born in Live Oak and lived -

given.I Wuesthoff Hospital In cents per pound received for the Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Guin. The Hunters She Is recovering very nicely and, In Jasper for many years.

employed at 1963 crop. The total value for the have 2 sons her family plan to bring her home ._ _. .-I Survivors are his devoted wife,

often refr.; to a little book Cocoa, Fla. 1964 crop was 13046676. The ----t--- Saturday NORMAN 8ISTRUNK Mrs. Marguerite S. Bennett; two

"Something; to live by" given me The groom was graduated from records further show that 2.15 percent Mr. and Mrs. Howard Young are I Funeral services for Norman Sis brothers, Alphonso Bennett of Chester -

by June Montgomery 5 years ago, Va'ldosta High School and the University of the fatal poundage sold on parents of a baby grl, Cheryl Lyn Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bryan of trunk who died Tuesday November Penn and Paul Bennett of Jack

this September. of Tennessee. He Is withT. Florda markets was placed under born in Hamilton Memorial Hospital Raleigh: North Carolina, have returned 10, In Suwannee County Hospital sonville. Fla.; three sisters, Mmes.

Quoting *'You never can tell W. A. at Cape Kennedy. the Tobacco Stabilization Loan Pro on November 11 1964.BURNHAM home. They came down tobe were held Thursday Nov. 12, in] Hattle Elmore and Lula Mae Simmons

-what your thoughts will do The couple are making their] Tam. ,with Mrs. Bra&haw( : a few days. White Springs Methodist Church both of Jasper and Mrs

In bring you to hate or love; for, home in Cape Kennedy, Florida Lafayette County- farmers- again. Mrs Bryan Is the former Alice with Rev. Harry Goddard, Rev.T. Edyth; Geathers of Washington. D.

thoughts are things and their" airy led the State in poundage produced. NEWS Bradshaw, I '. M. Goff and Rev John Hutcher- C, and a host of ether relatives

wings. from each harvested acre. The ave Mr, and MrsWjn. ? ; <1el 'Palo Scat! son officiating and friends.
Are swifter than carrleer doves in this county was 2,222 By LOIS Z1PPERER '!
rage yield are receiving congratulations on
follow the law of the universe CUDS Interment in Riverside Cemetery
They pounds per acre. Dixie County farmers I He that will make a good use of the arrival of a son William Byron -! was
Each thing; must crest its kind White Springs with Wilson\
second with 2,000 Plneviewl
were per any part of this'Life must allow a born November 16 at \
And they speed o're the trackto iOFHI.THANKS !, Funeraillome In charge. '
:
Other counties in the top five '
?
acre. large parfof It to be recreation/ Hoipltal. ',
bring: you back.Whatever "+ Hamilton with 1,900 pounds] 'I I I Mr. Slstrunk was born in lUmO-
11 were John Locke I
went out from your [ I Suwannee wieh 1,870 pounds and . Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Kinsey spent ton County and had resided\ In
mind' the weekend at Marlneland. They White Spring since 1911. Mr, Sis.
Alachua with 1,811 pounds per acre. I and
. Mr. Mrs, Bryant Peas and
wonderful time. his farm in the Fa- ADVERTISING
The 1965 allotments will be computed children ,Qulntcen and Elizabeth reported a \trunk operated
No town dweller is so foolish i as I wish) to thank my friends and and released to farmers I in cU community. He was In the Mercantile .
spent several days last'week: in J. W Tttsworth has return-
to rah dickens or have a cow in relatives for the kind deeds, thought December after the National( Rev. business and was prominentIn PAYS.-tN
I'early visited
Pensa-cola with Mr. and Mrs. Philip ed from Oklahoma where he
the 4rackyar even,if the.lpw! allowed {;ujnessb expressions of sympathy, allotment has been. determined. A Civ id affairs. He Was a memberof
and
Malone Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Alvarez. his
mother
it-not when these"products are cards phone cats, prayers and flo refemedum win be held about the : the Methodist Church THE JASVER NEWS
., also sometimein
They ,
available, in our local stores' wers. This was very helpful to me middle of Deember to permit farmers spent Mr. and Mrs Joe Howell. and family } 'If
Natchez. Mississippi with Mr : his wife Mrs.,Elfle
Surviving are : -
The dog picture has changed too. through the SO Tow of the death of, visited the Langford Webbi'
The dog is a preferred animal- my dear beloved brother.. Words to express their opinion, on and Mrs Wiley Brown. They report Jacksonville fast Sunday. Mrs. Sistrunk, White Springs:; 3 sisters
fed special whether marketing quotas will remain a wonderul trip but Just a little ; Mrs. Rosa Cheshire, Lake 4ft! ..... ,. .
Into the house appreciation sisters. 7.
brought andlfts.'Howell .Wk
camst express my Webb are "To"
table- in effect on the 1965 crop.A tired upon returning home Sunday City, Mrs. Georgia ,Stalvey,.Jacksonville fJ, fi"Aill'. ,,"
from the I ,
blessings Parsonage
food, not scraps and I ask God's upon public meeting has been scheduled Visiting at the Methodist \ ',r 'I/ "' ,
Heaven forbid! carried to his favor; each of you, by Horace Godfrey, Administrator afternoon., this week is Rev. and Mrs. and, trs. Minnie Landress CLOTHING 'CUES .

Ite veterarnlan for regular checltup George W.| Young. St. of the Agricultural Stabilization S. Rogers'- daughter. Mrs A. P. Lake City.Serving 1; '

and always if the least indispose __-- I, and Conservation Service, SHIP CHRISTIAN MEETS WOMEN FEu..oW-1 Schlemmer, I as pallbearers were his M..d b".r. w.sU.,-A sewing

An Interesting article in a recent We wish,to express our sincere I,Ion FrIday November 20, at Wilson. The Christian Women Mrs Anna Shiver had visitors'\ nephews Stanley] Slstrunk, Roy basket I* prescribed equip- '

magazine told of a dog school and thanks and appreciation for all the North Carolina! for the purpose of !of Burnham Christian Church met last Tueenday" They were her sister Slitrunk. Claude SIstrunk, Elwyn ment for every laundry area In
of a finishing school where dogs calls, visits cards of the 1963 National j /Slstrunk Lawrence Slstrunk and this "wash everything" tra.
learn how to behave. I prayers. phone discussing the size ,I with Mrs. Franklin Gaston Friday I Mrs. Philip tiers and daughter MInd damask with a thread
flowers and deeds of kindness tobacco allotment. The | In Pi- Clyde Stalvey.
And dogs are faithful friends. Wall food, l l.C at 3:00: p. m. Mrs. WaUace Selph Mrs. Jim Arnold. They live pulled from the top of a htm-
from our many friends and rela meeting will be convened In the An Interesting:
.President presiding acts.
memories.We us tear
) have favorite 'i Reweave or darn
our
during the lengthy! Hall at 9:00: a.m.. PETER LESTER YOUNG I
I lives far & near American Legion "Six Million Amenicane" I II which
lying out on program on wlbH the "self" thread
( like to see dogs and son are
Dottie Jones held November
Illness and death of our beloved Provision has also been made to was'led by Mrs. Selph. At' Mrs ; I Funeral services were I
soaking the will band in Inconipicouslr.
street up rsbri.I
the grassy father. May God's richest blessingsbe : consider, written statements expressing Mrs. visiting friends in St. Pet 13 at 3:00: p.m. at the Harry
sunshine. on a early fall or spring the conclusion of the program, I If seams In orlon socks break,
: for Peter
mailed Funeral Home
upon you views on the quota of the FISH T. Reid
) AnIOn Johnson had charge GREEN RIDGE CHURCH draw edges tOl'ether-but 4tVtoverlap
day The family of Peter Lester the Department 4n Washington ', Lester Young 69, resident of Jas-
direct to
There are 1900 veternarlans 1 In worship service with the theme FRY IS SUCCESS th enew stitches. Socks
I I] husband of the late Mary
the U. S. and 239 in private practice Young.is on or before the'date. [, "Free or Captive" after which ,The Green Ridge Church had t a per, and He should have no ridges to cause
Florida ASCS officials and: repre refreshments were served lash Saturday night. There Belle Register Young was a discomfort.If .
in Florida. These men are delicious fish fry
I' Agricultural I I veteran of World War I and a,member
the Florida the
sentatlves from
professionals in every sense of the by the hostess. was a big crowd to help eat a child's garment .Is badly
informative. 1' Service .the Farm and of the Royal Arch Masons oHomerville
word and cooperate with the State mod . Extension S. delicious dinner. The cakes torn, mend it with press-on
Board of Health's Division of Public Bureau and the Commissioner of I Lawrence and James Selph and pies were very goalSince taps in ,various colors cut Indifferent .

Heatlh. Here we started out to write of I Agriculture's office are expected to children of Montgomery Alabama this fish fry was so successful Survivors include four daughters, shapes to form a pat

Jasper has had vetemarians the preferred treatment of dogs, attend the meeting.Veterans spent the weekend with their parents the members of the church Mrs. Charles Goolsby and Mrs.' tern. Then finish the edges with

many years and justly proud of Husbands wives children maybe the and grandparents Mr and plan to have others. Willard Fenne1!!. both of Juper; !I sigsaff stitching
Bill who bawled out. abused, etc, but and Mr. and of Junction STORING SUMMER
citizen Dr. Kyser cooperates .Number Mrs. Bert Zrpperer MEETING Mrs. Eugene Naranjo
in thq civic and sacred life cf dog! is in another class. We recognize Mrs Melvin Selph. I W.S.C.S WSCS City; Kansss; Mrs. Elwood R. Coleman I COTTONS
graduate ; the love of a dog, his faithfulness I, The Jennings Methodist Before you put away your
our community. He is a 'Below 22 MillionFor S. for their of New Orleans; four sons,
and ,most of us have our : in the church parlors the winter
met summer cottons for ,
) from the Oklahoma $tate Oakdale La. A.
(6 is pleasant Herschel Young, ,
years of learning a Pat ;
make the Love {I Mrs Roy
I still a since days meeting.
own. fond memories. the first time : regular make sure they'r clean This
Oklahoma. deals William E.
College Stillwater universal bond since It { Mrs L. Young, Jasper;
plea for the human animals- of World War II,. the estimated and ? I I ford gave the devotions and will give them a longer wear
whole plcture.)1JIchanged.
The sanitary N.C and
life with what one Is and not what one conducted Young of Chapel Hill. ,
,
f. number of veterans in civilian Charles Rogers president life
November 'Health Notes' ,
betaken< ,"Fine breadth of vision, self,'I. has droppeed below the 22 million [has. I I the meeting. Norman Young in the U.S. Army at Check carefully for stains.which ,
to .
.
tells us of precautions | six sisters and
I San Antonio 'Texas
I', I ;
control boundless charity a gentler of the Fla. I 1 Cameron gave the stu-
Dixon
when humans and animals live; a mark. Melvin T I I ', Mrs Roy three brothers, indudtng George W may become permanentlyset
so closely\ together. For thousands tongue, a stronger faith more Dept. of Veterans Affairs reported Freya Stark dy which was most Interesting. It if allowed to remain during
of years men suspected w association 1 perfect clarity In spirit, vision: There were an estimated 21, 999, i Mrs> ,J. S. Burnham had several 1 1of I'I was from "Summoned to' a New Young Jennings' ; nineteen grandchildren storage. Take out hems of lit-

between the Blaclc beath and patience vast rmore patience 000 veterans In civilian life on July [ ,he/Children home with her over Age" Refreshments of fruit' and jne greatgrandchildThe tU girls dresses that you know i.
still ,and more wisdom to know "' for,which the weekend. They wre Mr. and were served] by Rev F E. Day officiated at
date
rats. "The Black Death" bubonic 31. 1964 the latest I | cake and coffee will have to b. lengthened next
plaque took nearly % of the world and to forget all that has gene before statistics are now available. Mrs. Lavoy Burnham and ,children I the )hostess, Mrs.\ ,Roy Pafford, i the services ahd Mr and Mrs. Clinton year.
Courage to smile through sorrow ct Miami{ Mi:: and Mrs., Frank Zlppere sang "Where We'UNever'
population during the middle ages ; By way of comparison .there I Don't bother to Iron cottons
of
It is spread by fleas from infected fill unto its brim your cup. were approximately 4,400,000 veterans. Burnham Macon, Ga; Bill and IE:<'IffN( BCHOlL rNEW8 Crow Old" and "Rock that you are packing away.

rats. ;i More is required to make a man In civilian life and most of Farrejl} .Burnham of Washington Ga i 'purboys will travel ,to Branford Ages! Don't starch, them either. Starch

"Anthrax Is one of the first diseases than merely growing up." 'them were World War I veterans 'Mrs. Burnham sister Mrs S. K.I' to play the final game of the season Pallbearers were Duward Holton i attracts silrerfiah.
'
to be controlled by Inocula. e :when the attack on Pearl Harbor Geiger .and friend 'of Delray had I Everyone follow our team Clinton Mitch*!!, Jimmy Vickery,, Pack garments loosely to prevent -

tion. It was one o the plagues via l Henrietta Craig who has been brought the United States into supper with her, Saturday nightEd I I and, let's give the boys a for bigcheer. Phymes 1... Coolsby. C. C. MtNell deep creases from setting

ited on Egypt to persuade Pharaohto visiting beer mother. Mrs Lydia II World War II.Increasing I' <- chlt.Jren It wUl be the last game and David Goolsby.] In. and store In a cool place. h

liberate the Isrealites." 1: Marsh,left Thursday for her homeIn steadily a sthe ler- I. and Dot Leutner and the Centers.VThe Graveside, services were held at SMART MOTHER DRESSES

Louis Pasteur in 1885 dared to try New Jersey rolcemen of World War II and later j[I.of Macon, Ga spent Saturday night \ annual'staff to Vorklng very New Hope Cemetery, Mr Harvey FAMILY IN BATH TOWELS

his rabies vaccine on human beIngs .Jr. of ,the Korean Conflict returned to |"|and Sunday with their parents and thcl ryearbook. Please Oehlert played taps and the United OderU Herrman of Lone Is-
Florida Mrs. Oscar Ratliff and Mrs- C. B. number of Mr. and Mrs. Jf* diligently on land wears lies towels-and so
bitten by rabid dogs. : civilian pursuits the grandparents < States Flag was presented to Char
has not had a case of human rabies Harrison are really "whiz bangs" veterans:' In the nation reached an I Sullivan. Mrs. Sullivan went horn buy one. lees L. .Goolstyv grandson. does her husband and two little

since 1948. thanks to the State's ex at making pictures for showing onthe all-time high of 22,735,000 in March II Iwtth them for several days visit "Miss Addle" has been abieent .... .._ boys.!
cellent rabies control program. screen. They slipped into Jasper 1958. * i,from' school severs days because --- w. Pars-4>orn.0detate, who studied i

Rabies in wild animals is of concern gardens last spring when Azaleas. The July 31, 1964 breakdown of I Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and' of the Illness of her mother. really enjoying his company Joe design under the famous

to Fla. livestock Industry. Dog Wood and many other veterans shows that 4573.000 were I children spent Sunday In Madison ( showed a very Bohannon,,brought him to/ us. Molyncaux, has stitched op an
plants were a( a height and Principal Derafe evening gown from three /I
blooming I
Mr. II III
o fthe Korean Conflict alone County with their parents student body Thanks very much:
veterans to the strategically cut bath towels) a
Tuberculosis Is a familiar human of f beauty You Just can t Imagine World War II Mrs, Frank Hammock interesting film description )
15.042.000V'ere .
fine bath .ls
disease! although bovine (from how perfectly beautiful your garden ; World War last Friday. It.was a TeA. MEETINrt parka from two tow

cattle) tuberculosis is a constant) looks'on the screen. You must veterans; 2, 218.000 166,000 were were veterans I I Mr wad Mrs. Isaac Shiver had of the mining of phosphate Mr.and The Jennings P.T.A met on Monday two \iwssh cloths, and waterproof
to the Garden Club meeting 1 veterans and uae, of phosphorus. night at the high school audi nylon lining; and a scar s
It Is now kept come in law and the many
threat to humans. formeer ith their so -
of all other wars or /dinner ;> vocational agriculture let blazer for her husband. Her
/ Mr. A. B.
at t the home of Mr. and MrsRay- the torium. The president.
control the constant survejllance and MrsMaurice i Lawson
under by Jr. this Friday, November members. Included (in this figure daughter Mr. was responsible for getting presided at the meeting.The wear red terrycIolU trousers '
herds. Some 200(i mond Camp Sunday teacher, Tyre,
of dairy American I I In Valdosta Sunday. I'lonl
about 18,000 Spanish Undauer ti1EFORT with red and white toweling
administeredto ;, 20. Everyone is invited. are Shiver the film. Inspiration was given by EIder .
. thousand tests were of Mr and Mrs.
War Veterans and 18 veterans afternoon Jackets. A recent project for
The home is spacious: and there is Roy DeVane. He read from '
Fla. cattlee in 1963- and r daughter Ruth Undauer visited CARD* herself is winer coat
lodlan War. a in _
It garden was Provcerb and 'gave the
Salmonellosls is mostly thought: room for you. your will especiallywant Ages of American veterans in their son and brother Mr. and MrsJohn It seems to me that report churn Regular business was transacted.prayer. Mrs. Herrmann gives several,
food poisoning. The miracle'. photographed you 100 children in' Week. .
of as the Edwin Shiver andd other
life rang from over due every reasons for confining her hornssewing
civilian are J, W. DeVane
It. Mr.
program
salmonella is often found in the>, to see the Indian War, Boston; Ga. moments as We do have I almost .
reachus The meeting is at'Mrs. Raymond mark for some o I agonizing work | chairman, showed film "Anat. .exclusivelytoweist to
intestines o animals. It can i American War veterans I' 'We were told that wo must I ittu patterns are attratire .
Spanish
: Camp's home at 3:15 this Friday or j omy of a Disease. It was In color
In meat ,eggs or prepared products } 32.' for Korean Conflict Mr. and Mrs! Robert Culbreth much harder1 ; hey are eminently wasft-
sources Rah i afternoon (today). Anyone wishIng to years I and was found to' be very Infor
from these of and mother and sister MrsRosie able. in winter and
,' to see these beautiful pictures veterans. The average age JOB BO mative. This film was rom the are warm @
it Into out '
and mice can carry War veterans Culbreth and Margaret Culbreth cleaning bills,
there time so asf4' thee Spanish American .tuberculosis After the pro are no
Be on
united interestin agency
rep1I'teda.c.is.i Charlie There is a very .. '
homes. 68 cues were for World War I veterans and sister and Aunt Mrs. cmem.1 cool In summer; are almost
see them alL Mrs.: RaQlff will is 86.1 Fourth Grade. Ills 'cram we were adjourned for a social
n ber of the
j Culbreth
year. )Iperhapa also show some gardens It Is 70 years and for World I Deas visited Mrs. Grace I Joe Bo little turtle. hour. "unwrinklaW for traTtlnd
s
45 at Macclenny Sunday afternoon : f
II veterans, years.
War
England-
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