The Jasper news
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 Material Information
Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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.:CJ'a O rdr'A 7 c'-c rdTA i ';jCD COURT HOUSE WILL BE CLOSED

.'. .. I This "N"That. I As in the past for the observance of Thanksgivingthe

I I"J IVEET ANDS Hamilton County Courthouse will be closed for the

< Thanksgiving Holidays to resume working hours Monday,
I Hill and dale are white with snow an November ?0th.

off to Grandma's house we, ,.". FeB the >a>

snow upon yctir face, as horses set the A F. KENNETH'TUTEN, Tax Assessor

t rPr ht, pace. And the sleigh-bells gaily chime I ULMA BRASWELL Tax Collector
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; What a gay Thanksgiving time! There'sthe ,
homestead, windows bright, with a 'i HARRY T.,REID, Superintendent of Public Instruction

4 warm and' mellow light. Cramp ,and I J. R, (Bob) MILLER, Clerk of Circuit Court

Grandma at tho door: This is what I CHARLIE RHODEN, County Sheriff

;t.1s r w4r C they've waited for. They're both hale JOHN McCORMICK, County Judge
r and hearty still.. Grandma cries; "Joel
1 rt., Ted and Will! Sue and Mary Luke and 'i I ANN C. MALPAS, Supervisor of Registration

I t '. Llzel! You're a sight for these old ('ye.I"! JULIAN C. WOOD, County Service Officer

I' F .s, I h Grandpa says: "Its cold Consarn! I Certainly, all of the mentioned officers will be avail.
Take horses in the barn". Then at
..., ycur able, at their homes, for emergency matters, 'since it is
last we're
round the board First, a
j. 'a'. '. ) x blessing to the Lord: Turkey, stuffing a our policy to try and render 24 hour service to the peoplewe

1::. < pumpkin' pies! At the end ,yOU 6ouldn't serve,

rise Each Thanksgiving Day we. A\ To the people of Hamilton County, and in fact to
yearn, for those: days beyond return
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Sound of sleigh-bells through the snow ftjl-of t people of the free and Christian World we wish

'V t \ uIb i Memories- of long ago-Karl Fla tern S1c."a I a most I\appy'' and prosperous Thanksgiving.

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New School Will Be Ready' \ Clothing" ; Needed '.Jasper .HighYearbook

For School |1 l lt .

IJ..og For Fall ,DPi: ing f ChtWren t 't The Jasper High School Annual ,\

Time [Staff is accepting subscriptions foe '
Several children in the different
the 1964-63
,R, B. Gay' < i Co. Inc of Jacksonville awarded schoolf are badly In need of cloth&sulUblejf0rcrw I annual. The deposit Is
,,: .. ... ') ., [$l..5 1wth! a balance, of $2.00 due InfAofutt
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rj "T' 1""" ""' Mf'n' k.r.wwA ...- r thrcontracr? fot.Ui, i1tott.Count High School f ; otjl'lie'cInd! ,
tyCpnsol1dated .
; when ,
: thee boob
arrive. j
This articleIreprintec) from The Lighted 'pathway rd written' dI! a>ni begi*tay:4IPi't' eciaW a--.J'
:Katherine Bevls. : Superintendent Harry T.. Reicf nnoupceeftJfe; School Boards decision"r- ,. all persons who haveoutfrownclothing1 ; Phase call Jasper,, School and.) S&\\

? made the/latter part of last week,Contract price was $39f,946.00 will ;|eav.:It;fct-tne Newi j H haw your name if you are ,...f .
Whenever Thanksgiving Day comes around, we are made to think A ground. breaking ceremony will beheld on the site, Tuesday Office., UM,Health Department" or t rM"ban annual. A member of the
of that American commemoration, after the Pilgrims had gathered In December I .1964' ,' t Mrs'; Stephen's1'office1 In tHe:CburiV.: "'staff will contact you

their abundant crops. Ye, Thanksgiving is as American as the aroma house. I/ Ann
of burning leaves in the fall'.and the fragrance of Braes in the spring The, new. building will be located in front of the present elementary There Is a special' need ,lot clo-' Camp' ,

time. school between the thee for boys ages' 6 to. 10. Business Manager
grade'school an dthe highway. It will be
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But the orgin of Thanksgiving dates back many many years. In located that the school
so grade cafeteria can be used for both schools.Mr.
fact the history of thanksgiving in some form or another dates backto '
antiquity. Around the Mediterranean, early peoples called it a feastto Gay, Contractor said the new school will be ready for the / WHITE SPRINGS FHA 3 Mk SETS 1

the Earth Mother and her child. 'H fall term next September, barring any weather setbacks.
Among the ancient Hebrews,, it was Moses whlrfNtJ'U'CJ.ed his people, I ..

after thou hast gathered in from thy threshing floor thou ,IN AND AROUND CITY HALLED. : [ suitable living conditions so It behooves -
shalt keep a feast unto the Lord, thy God." The Roman people markedthe I us to prepare decent house

harvest with the Oerelia,, after the goddess Ceres; and the Greeks, NOTE A new column will appear In TIle Jasper New. wht' weekto I Ing.: facilities for new families. You
even when waring with each other, declared a general truce for the Inform the citizenof' developments and growth or the eif j... can observe much being done in
autumnal festival Demete by Robert Flak the contraction of new houses at eb
r Our Lord ordained a festival of thanksgiving in the year 1490 B. C. and Present and more new homes will
It Is time for us as citizens to our mist. This change I believe can t
this time of praise-services, set aside,by God, is recorded in Lev, 23: take stock of our City and visulize I be attributed to the fact that a soon be under construction Two
I 33, 36, 42, 43. Tits celebration 'lasted, seven days, and was known as It as prospective residents will see major Industry has come to our new trallor parks are under construction .
; Sukkoth (the Old Thanksgiving) and was observed for two 'reasons: It. We sometime become compla-1 I county There has been much ela- on the west side of the I +

first, it was to be an occasion of annual thanksgiving after the ingathering cent to our surroundings and tend ,tlen oven the fact that because of City. Parking facilities for mobile w, r I
of the harvest; second, it was to remind the Israelites thatthel.r I homes are being provided in the
to take for and
,things granted
the nature of the Industry, that the
fathers had lived in tents in the wildernessOur : city until the trallor parks are ':
assume improvements are Im mining operalon cannot be moved ,
modern day Idea of thanksgiving probably dates back\ to 1608 possible.We I ; I completed. w 4
because of deposit of phosphate in
Russell and Axon
for in that,year some one hundred Englishmen known as "Separatists" Engineers are
have noted in the past sever our county. As true as this observation -
refused to join the Angelican Church of England preferring rather In the city this week making a preliminary
i. al weeks that the attitude of many : may be the fact still remains of In
their own simpler faith. These moved to Holland to study our Deeds;;
citizens has changed and I that the people employed in the I .
., harrassment at home, and some twelve..years,.later they set out for I I' paving, drainage and water plant I. "
many smiling faces are seen in Industry can live where they find
America to live in a new world"asr. independent'Englishmen. improvements We hope that the I
.After arriving at the shores'of the New World; they were blown off Information compiled can be used' : I

course from Virginia by stony winds' and finally landed at Plymouth I Legs Stand On Their ,Own ,to Instigate a construction program I '
that will enhance our city Under
Massachusetts' at a pint where Plymouth Rock, a large granite boulder, I'
touches the water's edge. Finding themselves safely shore, they construction In this project will be
on NEW YORK-This Is the year that fashion and beauty The White Springs Chapter, Future Homemakers of America, met
much needed water softening
feU down their knees and blessed the God of heaven, who had a
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upon to legs. It's time to look November 11 in he home economics department. This
trends are giving new recognition facilities Tuesday, ,
brought them over the vast and furious ocean and delivered them plant, paving, drainage, jail
,at your legs, as others do.There's. and fire truck. meeting emphasized one of our national objectives "Action For
from its perils. taxing to lie oa-her back and a new n
Thus it was that with the trackless ocean behind them and the need to stand no elevate her legs above }her head The friendliness of our city is Citizenship.The .
uncertain wilderness ahead, these Pilgrims in "blessing the ,God of for legs that against the wall tar+sl!.ivfl' *both 1 a great assett, and you can hear meeting was called to order by the President, Joyce Stormant
aches said and following the FJIA the was given by
heaven," had their first real Thanksgiving I art not as pressure. some .of our new residents comment opening ceremony program
It was some two-hundred and forty years later that President" 'Abra: 4 lovely as' they gages Wherever In outdoor possible exercise she such en. on this fact The friendlinesswill our special guest, Mr, W B. Feagle Mr. Feagle spoke on ,"Citizenship"He
might bt stressed that tOo'man people take for granted the privilege of
:ham Lincoln, by proclamation, designated the last Thursday of Novem-1 ',There 'are as swimming, walking or bicycle bring many people to our
bee to be set apart for Thanksgiving Day*to praise and thank God for many exeerises riding.{ town. However I: feel that the time being s citizen of the United States. Citizenship should be

'the past year, saying Iri his proclamation: "The year that is drawingto I to improTt the Exercisinglsofcourse, an has come for one of our civic organizations honored gift, and we need to assume or accept civic responsibilities t 1,
'a close has been filled wth blessngs of fruitful fields and health- hapt of, your Individual matter, and your to Instigate a welcome along with all.the rights given by citizenship.
right aids family doctor or ;physical fit After ,the program, the Secretary Marilene McElhenny called the
legs, and the beauty wagon, or a welcoming
r ful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed, we are
to make them look beautiful. ness expert might suggest a call on' new residents 'as they roll andy: re ad the minutes of the last meeting The treasurer's report
<,prone to forget the source from which they'COO1le.. Others have been Ugs of every shapti!i need' r program patterned to your particular was given by Ann Bryant.
added, which are of so extraordinary a nature that they cannot fall to I look their .needs. move Into Jasper
proper grooming ; New business Included the final plans for a pumpkin pie sale next
will endeavor to
to penetrate and soften the heart which is habitually Insensible to the best. To avoid dry, flaky akin I Now, more In this column I orders for
than, ever, list residents In print thereby Wednesday FHA members are now taking pumpkin pies
'ever'watchful providence of Almighty God. and nicks and cuts shave with, I, I
smooth lovely that will be made November 24 and delivered Wednesday
ultra\smooth by dalrol,' giving everyone an opportunity to
America has not clear "
The!]road to success in our country, our great II
coameti shaving lotion! legs are a It Is but rewarding! year i
landed Rock. This road a r crem welcome them to our city
changed the Pilgrims at Plymouth
.lince broader and that l lets yoo He ,:what mrtdoing I word;ti mT the: I dangerous sometimes to list names before Thanksgiving.
America and it has '
tn though
even grown
as yon glide -your i rUOl'lRloothlf' i the meeting adjourned ;and Mr.
out After the closing was
for the fear of leaving some one
,m U1e-r.wUli,all c! our space-age conveniences, there are no bypasses along the' legs. Indus'i'I
I of Feagle made several. pictures which will be used In our scrapbook
knows new
:and no',short cuts,. Strange as It maY'Seem, one of the elements of Elaine Giftos'a New) York a so If anyone
'success ,i. dissatisfaction, not that kind that produces complaining model who has made a career coming year Is dents that we at city hall do re.I"1 Last Thursday night, the 1964-63 officers were formally installed
anUm1t.1. and twelve members Initiated the four new members into the club.
out of having her lovely legs' I listed please call and we
and grumbling, but that kind that caused our forefathers to set sail for ." "Skirtlengths have
photographed keeps them In welcome them In our next issue. I Adults attending the Thursday night activity were Mrs. Dan Melton,
with for themselves
determination -
land the to
a new, secure liberty shape with a number of' basic: are We wish to extend a cordial wel-' Mrs-Mallory Morgan, Mrs. Kenneth Shaw, and the club adviser Mrs.
liberty in every sense of the word' exercises. reaching a new
The Pilgrims possessed this element so needed, bit they also possessed Elalnt's legs used to be thin, high, and truly exciting textured come to the following new residentsa Floyd\ O'ewi.DueJ' .
and colored stockings, do our best to make for>> sixteen members, an dthe Program cf Work for 196t-65
another element that is sorely needed today-a thankful heart On this but ballet training built them promise to
something of the original up. Ont ballet exercise she doesIs peeping out of open-backed. their stay in Jasper pleasant one. have recently been sent to the state department. Some special programs
.Thanksgiving Day, 1964. may we recapture thankedthe the plit. She stands on both open-aid shoes, will draw all State Trooper Wyatt Clark projects, and activities for the coming year Include i December, Pro
spirit of those acient people in the long ago who under the Moses downward. I
with the knees turned eyes Decorations" Bake sale
feet, out and family gram: "Easy to make Christmas Project: ,
God of heaven Ills bountiful blessings, and for those hardy knee bends. She This year legs art standingon
and does deep ;
Christmas Program
Sam Graham and Saturday; December 5: Activity, Party. January;
pioneers, our forefathers who have inspired us to serve and thank our finds eight' deep knee bends their own, and women who State Trooper .
In School", Activity: Sponsor "Career Week" Februarys Programs
want theirs to "measure up"for family "Stay
Heavenly Father, uV giver of all good gifts.v sufficient for each session.
great on this Thanksgiving Day, 1964, as Americans, meditate I She has found that any type the newest fashions can geta The 1. A. Varnum family' "You and your Values" Activity. ; Attend Florida State F..lr. l
May we of the and ttpon that historic of leg stretch, helps the shapeof head start witha The Ned Maraman family March; Progrirn; "Marriage Calls for Preparation", Activity: Skating
upon the Old Thanksgiving Israelites which carried 102 her legs. She stands on one car.f.lly followed The Roger Meeks family Party.:Aprflj Program: "Focus On Family Friendship", Activity: PICA,
rvoyage of a staunch little ship of 180 tons burden" leg and stretches the other leg : lee ears The Raymond Henderson family Week, April 410. May: Program Election of New Officers Project
; westward accross unmapped Atlantic for reasons known onto a chair. She also siU programs
persons Mr .and )frL Harry Thomas Bake Sale and Folk Festival, Activity: Slumber Party.
the' world. And meditating may we follow the example set on the floor Indian style and
:for to always have a thankful heart. stretches forward several times. Mr. Steve Waumatt, Mr. Jack Jackson The White Springs, FICA. members are looking forward' to a busy,

A us happy and a thankful Thanksgiving Day to all! After a busy day on her feet, Y' K )Ir, Cochran but rewarding year. Ire
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JASPER Fri av. November- Hn___ _27_ ..1964 I_ .

I CLASSIFIED ADS 1964 Cotton Jasper P. T. Meeting To Feature .

Supplies Increasedsince Christmas Theme I Public Announcements

30-gal glass lined water heaters, Sacrafice Spurt Piano here the Secretary 'of Agri....e ever 'P. T. win meet > different areas and mean- iw CIRCUIT COURT 7. R. ,
$T4.9510 cu-ft.: Refrigerators J189- $295.00. Call. 792-4081., 1TPI I (Cotton growers will{ vott i rte evening JPember 1 at rmao- Chrlstmaa ending with a THIRD JUDICIAL crn. Clerk Circuit Court
-- erendum in the knowledge that 19M p. m. In thejaementary Sch- 1 melody of Christmas CUIT OP FLORIDA. IN (SEAL) -
95 w.t; 361 Ib. Upright Freeezers BOATS M Price or make'offer. ret ... Carols. AND FOR HAMILTON C. A. Avrlett ;
December 15 marketing quota ,, 'J Lunchroom. These students I
Lay now for Christmas. i'! f are working hard COUNTY.IN /Plaintiff Attorney -
199.95; 473 lb. Upright Freezer away SIRMAN CRAFT crop prospects' have increased. Mrs. FrancuR.; ,adley, Program j Ito i present a very fine program. Let CHANCERY (Nor. It. 10, 21. Deo. 4, 11NOTICE

$239.95;. '647-lb. Upright Freezers .4 miles South Highway 41 ,i.proclaimed. the quotas In October i-n{:; airman. has.Arranged ethic program all parnU and friends o fthe stud- JANIcE IV HKl MARI Ad.tl..1 MILLER Ii i I-

$29995; 12-t. Automatic Defrost Valdosta, Ga. D25c 1 I According to Emery Williams, with girls from the 7th thru t entr show their appreciation by a ..,. II
Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freezer Chairman. Agriculutral Stabfliza- 10th grades participating.A being present at this meeting. I.V TUB NAME OF THE STATEOP

9249.95 w.t. 5-year warranty, 'at TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTSCall ] tlon and Conservation State Com- devotion solo, and dance will '! A nursery will be provided FLORIDA... : Notice U hereby given hat the
T. D. llarra I Board of
Manning's Radio Service, call 792- 792-3771 or 792-6791. tic mlttee, crop yield at that time feature the Christmas theme, followed Come and let these students get I 11<.M*.... a.. P... Office receive sealed. County bide Commltoneri until 10:00: will 0'
I were expected to average around, by a student panel discus- you into the Christmas spirit. Add,... .........: clock a-m. on Tuesday December 1,
4421 Jasper. tic
BUILDING.REPAIRS, PAINTING,' You are hereby required to U", for the following:
Carpentry or Roofing--win sub- I 522 pounds per acre, which would i takt notice that a worn Petition for One (1) Twelve111)C Inch
contract. Call Gene Turnbell 963- have been a record high. Prospects BURNHAM NEWSBy YVMteSnrin! HighSchool ; the adoption of Janice Marl Ulller, drainage well to be drilled
'r + "-FARMERS ( I who I. alleged be ,
txr. ** E ', ,, to rour natural lee approximately five mile
v 12921, Wellfionrt S \" ,N27p!as of NovembeV'lt 1S'9eWt''ir1dh'----I I 107'-"r ,'. ..,..!aU" bIr..w- .,11I."............P...... v 'avJMbw* Pf Jaiper Bids to
MONEY: for..yror jerrr cate at 964 yield of 28 pounds per this TUrTEREK' NewsStudents hi. wU. Ruth'F.icy,the fwrpOO .* I h. o* ape> foot b .f I 'a* to >". ....t.
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.- trarujRANGES .
I :.cr FOR )) I aid proceeding tfitng the J..ral a40p.I drilling and cailng All other
dons at reasonable.cost. Terms cn'\\\ acre. This compares with the 1963 tion under the law et the Buteof Costa, tab. Included.
to fit your needs. Loans''' up to I I w c ) 4tlon. S10 and':yield of 516 pounds," the previous Nobody is more'Infuriating frus : of the White Springe Florida of the said miner child b/ Bid to' be filed In the office of the
$50. Manninfrs.! M&O'Repair, Jas trating and embarrassing than an the Mid Petitloaertt Clerk ef Circuit Court on or before
School ,
7 Gill and the 5-year 1958-62 average would like to thank the I I
North Florida hIgh
ytsrs. Proj o.r p" 3 try Ally who happens to be on our side Now ther.forgL>en the said ten o'clock a.m. Dec. 1. 114.
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Auction Credit AJIH. S. Ohio Avt.I t-L.: of 454 pounds.I Hamilton County Pank for furnihing I Donna Harcu., a* the natural mother The Board, of County Commissioner
for the wrong reasons. of laid minor child reserve the right to reject
Live Oak 362-2388 _t1.nfs I The 1984 upland threfore,, s report card covers are hereby corn.m'aadsI'to any
VISIT c COMPMlY crop 'Sydney J. Harris be aid appear In the said or. all bid.
-. : In Un:oak, )t'kt'ldafor all ,li excectert to total 15313,00 bales The Junior Class hjs been busy Cottrlfaed *t the Courthouse la Jai- Board County Commissioners
musical' 37r' '''' 164.000 bales from a month ago. and" ',Hlverln" Christmas ,Cards. Alsox tJ I er-aHhe> Clerk Office, at Jasper Hamilton. Count). Florida
yon Frank .
WANTED AT ONCE Rawleigh \organ andpiano. I II Mr. and Mrs- Selph lorlds.. on or, before the 7th day byi J. R. Miller, Clerk
.; sInce It is the end of N6v. -
( ttVrtrordVandfrecord) plnv.en. This crop would exceed the_ total Mrs. T. P. McCfUjj apt Miss Rosa six week r ht Dec.mbar. 1/N aid allow caue 10, IT
Dealer in
Hamilton I
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Write or Jasper : VM'V': 7ft tic ite"Iff. this country plus exports durIng Cfll spells ,sometunV'l avon Park veryone Is occupied with exams Y ::1,It.Why laid petition should not be J -
Rawleigh Dept. FA J 150 ranted, and that )yon/cau e to be
3'1 M this marketing year, and the Junior High School has beery;; 'IN',
Memphis, Tenn. REPAIRS,* last week. Mr. and ;Mrs. Selph f1 i erre4 on the Petitioner attorney. THE CIRCUIT COURT
___ __ atl'Ctypes' .fc *. carryover wo'ld probably Increase visiting their son artd family .Mrs.1e..r1i1'sv kept busy with the-enrichment p\jj\ 11' B. Rartell. at .Ia office at Jasper, THIRD JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT
We repair V. IN AND
T. and Florida, fcopr of such' pleadlnr.I FOR HAMILTON
FOR SALE radio. Also Small appliances. Man from! 12 million bales en hand an* Miss Gill visitinu gram which chants every twelve Witness my hand and the Scat I I COUNTY STATE OP

Country meat: Beef, Pork, Sausage nings Radio Service Jasper 792- ((August 1. 1964. to about 12.7 million their cousin Mr. and Mrs. Roland weeks. During theE last twelve ''of said Court on thl.* the loth day IV! RE FLORIDA
weeks of October, A. D. 1. .. OPFOR
etc We also prepare meat for 4421 tic bales by August 1. 1005. A carryover Lee. 'I. R. Mlll r, ADOPTION 1
this size has been exceeded 7th grade speed reading &: German Clerk of BILLY CLYDB MIZELL. a Miner
the freezer. Buy from us or bring -- --- Circuit Court. Nr.r. Male CkllC.
your' own. Driggers! and Sons Country ATHLETES FOOT UERM *..._ once In the last 25 years- CVve'iand and Sudie Selph and 8th grade: music and art NOT. I, 1),Hamilton 10, IT County Florida TO. NELUB MAE THOMAS: Whole

Meat Service. Ph:938-2716.: D4P MOW TO KILL IT12n lies for the current marketing children spent the weekend In Lakeland 9th grade: vocabulary and typing I residence and address li 147 Littleton
I I 3 days if not pleased with strong year have been established at Fla. with their brother-in-law During the ensuing twelve weekswe Avenue, Newark: New Jersey
,NOTICENo (i T-4-L liquid, your 48c back at 41 percent more than normal. The and sister; Mr .and Mrs. Lester will have: I THIRD CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT I You are hereby adoption notified of your that minor asontBiLLY

any drug store Watch Infected skin Normal supply Is the'levedl beyond Harris. 'th grade: Vocabulary and crafts |I I IN AND FOR HAM. CLYDB MIZELL, has

on Trespassing property, Hunting, and or fishing this I slough off. Watch healthy skin replace which the Agriculture Secretary Is i icxjutred ,8th.grade: German and typing ,j I ILTON IN COUNTY CHANCERY, FLORIDA been ,filed JR.against and his you wire by RUBY Clabe COLLIER COLLIER
my Belle i ine1U'lll it. No more itch &: burning! >to proclaim ,marketing {IUIOtas. [ Mrs. Florence Ford left Saturdayfor 19th grade: music and speoMUdsfJi lIiaWIIr! BROWN I I and you ar. required to serve

everybody. Watson.D18p I Use antiseptic, soothing T-4-L Foot.: | Gardener Kansas for several I Student. Council' reporters r I II I I- Plaintiff a to copy the petition of your for answer adoption or pleading-oa petiNonet's -
I Powder toofine for sweaty :', Growers eligible to vote In theDecember weeks visit with her daughter and I Sue Hillhouse ."!, HELEN BROW1C I;t Attorney, R. E. CowarU
family, Mr. and Mrs.. Cliff Holcomb Paula Allison .*U.| Defendant !whose address is Box 14. Madison.
feet, foot order; stays active In the ;15 referendum. ,on mar. I IN THE NAME AND BT THE POSITIVELY No hunting; on I,skin for hours. NOW at WISE'S ketln quotas for the 1965 upland I -J AUTHORITY OF THE STATE [I wer or pleading In the office of the
Hickory Bottom Farm. This means DRUGSTORE. tfc I'''cotton I are all those farmers'who ', Mr. and Mrs.Qordan. Alderman -- OF TO FLORID Hele I Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
crop Brvww. wkea resUeap for Hamilton County Florida
you. engaged In the production ofupland t had several of their children at pent sometime over the weekend I i ..4 a.4r *a U 44M StnliB*; ,tree 4 before the llth day of December on or
(Mrs. Maude Havener. TFC Georgia Plate Glass Co. I I I In 1964. Approval by ,home with them over the weekend. with their daughter and family Mr. Newark New Jer*.'. i i 11114. If yon fall to do so, Decree Pro
cotton A
iworn of complaint baYing for the relief demanded In the PetlConfesio -
-- -- .Store Prints I j fat t least two-thirds of the growersvoting They were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert and Mrs. Quinteen Deas- Mrs. Hogan I been exhibited In thu will be entered against you
MOBILE HOMES SALES Mirror* lt nllvrrtdTub I j.Alderman and children of Charles- remained for a longer visit. Court In the above -t.loc:; u the ., tlon.
is necessary to make thequotas e relief therein sought being divorce,'! The Jasper New I. hereby designated .
Ask about our Rental Purchase Cncl'Hitirea. Shower I IS (I and the "domestic allotmentprogram" ten. S. C.: Mr. and Mr. Henry you are required to as the newspaper In which said
plan., Riley Mobile Houses. Morgan's -I. lt W Savannah Ate CH2-52m! !' Griffin and children of Manchester, It is not enough to be industrious I complaint on or PEnW: : Order shall be published once a
effective. 1114, furnishing to Plaintiff attorney week for fouf(4)) consecutive weeks
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles so are the ants. What Industrious I
Trailer VALDOSTA are you
Park, U. S. 80 West. 0. A. Arrlett Jasper Florida, a WITNESS my hand and -official
Live Oak. DUGBUSINESS ---- I I! The domestic allotment program Brandies and children of Ocala about? Henry D. ThoreanDr. I copy of your Answer else decree seal this llth day of November A. D.
I: was provided by legislation last Florida. -' : pro eonfeico will b. entered atalait n.. _

OPPORTUNITIES I! spring as a,means of further reducing Mrs, J.. S. Burnham: and daughter and Mrs.e Richard Cunning I, you.Wltneii'tny hand and official seal J. R. Miller Court.Clerk t of SaidCircuit

JETS TALK about the unbelleve : 1964 and 1965 upland cotton pro Janie and Delmef:Bumhham spent ham and children of Gainesville of this court, this 11th day of November. SEAL) i
ble returns on investments smalls !Auction through voluntary reduce: the ,weekend in .:Lakeland, Fla. I I spent Sunday with. Mr. 'and'J' tn. C. 1M4.. Nov. 11, Deo 4, It, U, 1M4 '.=

$l5OO for 25c coin. rated car \' jtions in planted acreage. The\program with Mr. and Mrs Sherman Bum. Ralph' Cunningham. Also spobomg; e

wash. Let "Weben's" distribute,' j: offers price-support payments ham. ;::. Sunday with them were their daug-- (GAS GAGS'
enlighten you about this 'new fast a Inadditiona to the basic !, .1 ter and family Lou and Borkile Uoaa-GaA Go.CO.

growing field. Write P. O. Box 11811 cotton loans, to growers who keep Mr: and Mrs.' : Gene .Hogan and Shadrick and children of Pinetta. :
Pensacola. Fla. Ph. 433-3083 D17C THE JASPER NEWS their acreage within 'the .farmSs Mrs Pearl Johnson' of Tampa I Russell and Hilda Alderman; and
..-- 4 _- t ; children of Jennings. (t1SSESHAV6 FmeHocpMINIWAS THE*lO RFUL I
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NOW ROLLING IN. I domestic allotment. Mr. and Mrs.e e Franklin- Gaston N eNt

.S/.S If quotas' are approved In the spent Sunday In Tallahassee with ss evEl: .

December referendum, they will their daughter, Gertrude McCul-I.
.- apply to the ((963 upland cotton kxigh. *
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MiericamostpopuIarcars ..
crop with penalties on any excels
", I cotton produced: pricesupportloans Brother Harry j. Berry Ga. State :: Il 2' i
\ ," will be available to growers Secretary preached at Burnham !1:7 1.-
: ); 'I. So place your order now for delivery on the beautiful ? Church flLo" ..
.1 S \ who sip, not exceed their farm acreage Sunday morning Nov. 22-
I new kind oiW&JZbgprokt toot' rifti for gout < : \-t. allotments at a Itvel within the Everyone enjoyed Ms wonderful '

,: "- n.'f *a ;" ':I'I'I range of from 65 to 90' percent 0f message. ', .. .'.7. yPriet 6.45 NIGHT PINE
:i': 't" ., ,, parity: .and..additJona1* price /support ,. Mr. and Mrs. John Hau';Deas : PERCYLIr4f afenmore 2-S001 t
will also
in the form of payment ':A'H' ON t\F.LtV .RY
: ( Jr. and children of Lake tW'lf.r.1and ;! : .
.tl' b# made to grAven who-keep .
I '. Mrs. Parke Dees and children : S
; t. their acreage within the farm'smestlc do and Mr. and Mrs. James F. Deas
allotment. I
and children had dinner Sunday HOLLOWAY'SUsed
If quotas are not approved .there '
r with Mrs. Mellle Deas. i
will be no quotas or penalties on e e .
the 1065 upland cotton crop no domestic
Mrs. Alice Tyre of Jasper Is .
allotment program .and I r
now confined to Pineview General t
who 8
price-support loans to growers ,
Hospital. We hope she will soon
do not exceed their farm acreageaOotnents L J 'O&.LOWA''"
be well and back I
at 50 home. ......
will be ,available -- -- - -
'fl CAmold I11tpw Sport Corp.Del percent'of parity.PLATE .

Chevrolet Impala It' longer lower wider-with comforts that'll have many I I

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'fill\ peace--relax:
,*f t, \tJ\ peace; ,baa long'been' a much :" 1 30 Ferguson ..I '''- ,.

tit sought after but elusive com ,10
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'iS Cktvt H Now 4-Door Sedda ( modity. In fact, historians who

.t l I comb the pages of antiquity In I 1 B275 Farman Diesel

/ '65 Chevy II Nova It' the liveliest, handsomest thing that ever h:::;'=':tt:c to search of such gems come up 1 300 Farman (with loader) -
thrift VS'I available with up to 300 h;>. with the rather discouraging
I news that since the mld-14th ,2 1-row Allis Chalmers .
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.. there have beenlbrfly 300 years
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"j' :; can assume that;lmanldnd In a e

:(. to rather fruitless If determined First Come First Served
effort has at least tried to create
1: an.atmcsphere of peace. During I EASY TERMS-

I this span of time something like PRICED FROM $500 TO '" "' T___
I SI 8.000 peace pacts have been $2500.Siiwannee '

drafted and signed; and It would

-:, New Conatr Cores Sport Coup r'iJi--0 appear, largely broken.

Peace of mind Is akin
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'n: r '65 Corvalr. Corsa It's racier, it's roomier-Jt'i a Corvair revolution,all over to deallaeaa. If )ouve becn ..-

>I' '. : again. With more rear-engine power. \ P" /iATpy,/ with,just near clean . ,

I"\r More to see. more to try in; the can i worr peojile buy to Hot change really truly to. JASPER rlemn you LAUNDRY need- '

: t J.p A CLEANERS, in Jacper.Oomettaaji Co
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Chevrolet tubes of paint, free by holding: F. R. (Gary) Garraghan Telephone 792-6551

Co. Inc. period.over a lighted match for a short Manager JASPER




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@ For morning sun and evening due Miss Nancy Ehlert, Mr. Leon Gill, per (Bulldogs Turn Back Red DevilsJasper's
u9J1 For every bud that April knew, of Live Oak and Mr. Roger Ehlert. C.

For storm and silence gloom and I I Foundation was laid the past Bulldogs scored the first of three and 21 yards thus marking:
I**, The Florida"Press Conferencecelebrated ,.week .for the new home of Miss '
$ II time they got their hands on the lop the scores. ,.
ts And for the solemn stars at night, Its 86 anniversary down Effle.Dedge. football here Friday night and kept t| Again in the'fourth'period Peter*....
@t For fallowed field and burdened at Silver Springs wxl every'edUor Cee.,
pushing for a i'' -0-trtumph over [son did the honors when he faked a t j
byre who' had been In, the newspaper hfu1'waste makes woeful loss. I'I'r
Madison. I j punt and then Can 39 Yards to.the
-- (J ( RS For* roof-tree' and the. hearth-side tost; given business a' certificate 23 yean*:;,and Mr. more Bob Ehlert were] This v blaming' the Government: on dogs This against was a f fifth four win defeats_ for_ the for Bull-the end The zone.halfbacks,Jc"4; beeidei 5F:: "his,S'three yM,, .'.,..""c.

For everY thing 'that shines and justdfc; make.the'Erade but he did. all our woes, does not make senseto season. tallies, finished the night's work .'

.......Hi- SYaa.on14/61 ings.For Newspaper folk are Of _
e dear familiar daily things our own feet sometime. 'Mike Jones picked 75 yards In '
and it is a close'knit association Madison 38-yard line when the Red'I up
The friendly trees and In the sky, similar to lodge members. 112 carries.
LET US BE : weekend Mrs.J. Devils couldn't get off a punt. The
GRATEFUL every day to emulate As we ex-' The white cloud squadrons sailing The Thanksgiving Defensive leaders far the Jasper
Certainly the Ehlerts who are
"Today we give our thanks, most Pr*" our gratitude, we must never. by active in the organization report agreat E. Shepher will has as guests Bulldogs drove to the 11-yard line eleven were Elwood Bembry with
of all for forget that the highest appreciationfaith For waits :her daughter In law; Mrs. James E. and then Mike Jones carried the I
the Ideals of honor and : hope that for faith that time : nine tackles. Charles Lee with 10'
we inherit from 'our fore-,** not to utter words but to live dares Shepherd of Bartow Mrs. James ball for a score. and Leonard Bembry making 7.

fathers-for the decency of ur-''by them- .I For patience' that still smiles and Roger Ehlert U..sT Air Force I I Shepherd is the sister of Mrs. Gra-" The remainder of the first half I j Jasper will go to Lake Weir' on.
John F. Kennedy 10-1 den whom manY'1n Jasper remem was a defensive battle with Madi-
pose steadfastness of resolve and I bears cated now at Biloxi Mississippi Tuesday pight to end the 1964 grid
strength of will, for the courage" S Sand For love that fails not, nor been at home on 2 weeks leave. i her as the wife of Rev. Graden, pas son making a serious threat to I season while Madison will finish On

the humility, which they possessed A PRAYER OF PRAISE I stands; Back to base November 24. tor of. the Jasper church at one score shortly before intermission.The the same night when they play
and which we must seek Arthur Ketchum For healing touch of Wlth-I He is Air Craft Radio repairman. ,.time. Red Devils were stopped on lln Greenville.
t hands th six-inchlteh .;
; i l' ... For happy labor, nigh Intent It's lard in the peanut butter that Mrs. Oscar RatlUf, and Mrs. C. Jasper broke through the third,

For all life's" gives it that mot texture. Companies '.B. Harrison have the interesting quarter with two touchdowns. I
HI ? O, Comrade of blesaed.sacrament'j I IThow are allowed a certain per hobby of making color slides of I Johnny Peterson made these runs i CAMS

I ., givest all things cent. Some have used too much and Jasper gardens. These were shownat -- I
Take our praise. I in the Garden Club last week. This I -Itfal
are trouble.
: to put Jasper Gardens -I I I to the
:.. J-1 has a tendency | association of Designers
Gin; 01D I miss the gobble of the turkey. Mr. and Mrs: Harry Thomas of'I on the spot and encourage fut-1,There were 60 designers fllustrat-II THANKS. ?

.'. ,Udca Michigan are in Jasper for ;urt work. one outstanding man was from Chi '
When I was ten in 'spite of aU the winter months: They are a re reminder churchgoers"contributed cago. He was assisted by his mot-,
a Chance% the busy ness ot Thanksgiving I tired,couple and ser o. to like our" :(A to by a friend. her and his design received < To the many friends of Norman

b morning a- dear, mother: : had us pert of the.state enough to spend "Be thoughtful; be silent: be reverent usual applause.. I Sistrunk, who were so kind and
lr' write alist of the things we were awhile.. Last winter, tbty were far. I when in the House of God. helpful during his illness and deathwe
NO'W/ thankful for and take It to Granny their south. Before; the service speak to the I II Mr. J. B., Sapp is at home'from shall be forever grateful.
who lived where the Bradshaws They occupy the cottage west of I the hospital and feeling fine. In fact May the Lord bless you, is our
I now live. the Bob Ehlerts and for are j I Lord; during the service let I I I he answered the phone himself. prayers.
Lord speak to you :after the service .
1 I somehow resent the all
making some changes | Wife Mrs. Effie Sis-
round chrysanthumums. They be- We hope they will visit our chur. speak to each other. I saw little negro children not trunk; sisters. :Mrs. Rosa Cheshire,_ '

long to Thanksgiving day in my ches and will like us.NOT Patton Dugan who lives in in rags but In taters. I was going; Mrs. Georgia Stalvey and Mrs. Minnie -
.4TItJV D ClfllRC3+f eNfJ YSi world. I S. Jean Fall to do something about it but the I' Landress.raoxrtFREEDOMETTE.
Michigan, writes the lovely
Then there was the service at THIS! days were warm and I put it off-
the church at ten o'clock. ''Lord bless me and my wife, My I I days there. She beautiful said that they earlier had I But today winter has begun. There 1'I
the odors from the kitchen the trees were so are too outgrown children's .
By then four 1 many
son John and his wife, Us no
JENNIX63 METHODIST: I CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH filled the air as we darted in'' ,I" Amen I I"color tours". I clothes in this town that no one Most, the coon-
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"Enter- Rest Pray" Jasper out to say "When will it be BUT THIS At the present she is studying Art should be cold. It isn't that the parents tries where free
Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. Pastor: Rev Fred Herring : The turkey the dressing I (I'and doing interesting things with shuold do better-that money domluuppre..ea
I---n.) "God bless thee and me this day,
) Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. Sunday School........10:00: am. boiled custard made the day be water color and sketching from life: is not used properly. It's the fact lave the bask
Cod bless
thee and me, '* freedoms la their
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each Thurs, 8
Prayer Meeting p.m. Morn Service ...,... in that little
2nd and 4th I It. 11:00: a.m. was in a large milk bucket I Send that we may take our way American children are legal codes bat comnronUt
Worship Sundays Services at 11 a.m. and at 8 Training Union ...,.,..,. 6:30 p.m. I the safe en, the back piazza happily. "f Life gets richer there are so cold. fascist dictators and entrenched .
p.m I
Evening Service ........ 7:30: pm. The day grew long trio a cold i God keep thee and me from sin many,opportunities. 5S e bureaucrats dishonestly
JASPER FIRST METHODIST"The I I Prayer Meeting. Wed. .. 7:30: p.m. wind ruffled the feathers of the VVhereso'er we roam. NanCE'DJe curtail, suspend, or Ignore the I
Friend) Church" )AK GROVE chickens In the backyard the And when evening closes In < Clubs and church meetings seem to the l early issue of the pa- people s rights to sail their
N. E. BOOTH Pastor h CHURCH OF CHRISTI gobbler was gone the chrysan- Lead u to spring to life this Fall as do other per the news of the Garden Club per.o.al'IDIms or political
ORDER OF SERVICE;: i I Between Jasper and Jenningson themums huddled against the fence shome.Caroline McCormick things in Jasper Phosphate? Well meeting which was held Friday pvposes.

Sunday School ',.? 94 a.m. highway 41 But in the house was mother and a I I maybe. will be in next weeks paper. CI"-t Fre..... Cnitfa

Horning Worship ... 11:00 a.m. Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll bright fire blazed on the hearth.It Billy Pennington who is Asst. Librarian The Hamilton County Home Demonstration r

Everyone It invited I I Worship Service .... .... U to 12 was an enchanted' world to a at llillsborough Ugh in Clubs, had their.annual .
EVENING SERVICES I Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 ten year old. I I Tampa writes of anunsual attraction -(Christmas get together ThursdayI
,Junior FellowtMp ,._ 6:00 * !I 19 at White Springs. TheSprings TYPEWRITERS
: tach'evenJng
P.m.1 Wed. Evening Bible Study ..8:00 in St. Petersburg .
,Jr. High Fellowship .. 6:00: \' : JASPER, GIRL A VILLAGE tf White Club, was host ess.;Reports
Phone WE8-2091 J/? I at a certain place in certain tree,
Youth Fellowship 6:00: p.m. VAMP hundreds of parakeets and canaries come of an enthusiastic meeting
Worship Service -._.- 7:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bonnie Jones, daughter of,, Mrs rendevoun I. :> of fun and fellowship and .l 11n-1' lf'and Adding MachinesREPAIRED

Youth Social Huur 8:00 p.m. Sayer Canova, Pastor. I Woodrow Wise a freshman at F, S. The color picture Is brilliant ss I'I I.' spiration. 'I
Wednesday Hour of Power 7:15: p.m been tapped by the "VillageVamps" I of hand craft was
Sunday School at .... 9:40 U. has one east Imagine. It seems that The display' .,
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[Training Union ........ 6:45: .p.m. 1 a young'lady'because of attractive escaped from: cages. tea, ,wore CiurUtmis aprons ofred' .
,Bible Study at tft a.m each Sun Evening Worship ........... 8:00: I personality, gracious friendliness -. I I felt with Christmas insignia.I ( .. SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDWe
Church Service 11 *rs. f p.m. Prayer Services' Wednesday \and lots of other things that go to Visiting Mrs. J. E. Sheppard last I Four' ladies went from Jasper. .
4 Sundays each Month m 7:30: p.m. make up a wed rounded personality weekend were daughter Mrs. R. A- Cortne Denton took cute stuffed animals have made arrangements with a qualified
BYE 64: >0 p.m. each Sunday \ "JASPER -- l All these, ,Bonnie's friends agree Allen and granddaughter, EmmaJo I which she fashions so cleverly
Elder L. M. DeVane, ,pastor"" GLENN CHURCH PRIDGEN OF Pastor GOD are her attributes. Village Vamps Allen, both of Ocala. Mrs. Al-1 Lois Curry displayed aprons and a I I repairman who will come to our office, for pick-up
are hostesses for all imporant F. S. len's husband is Rev 4 Mr, R. A.Allen' .{lovely net cloth trimmed in lace
'. JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Sunday. School ..._. ... lOjOO
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.. a.m had fascinating and delivery each day. Bring machine to '
ChURCH SERVICEThe Morning Worsr'p! ........ 11:00 a.m. 'U. events* < pastor.of the lot Methodist Georgia Wetherington some I your .our
I Another young: lady from Jasper Church in Ocala. I crochet hats Edna BarkerJust ; .. .
Rev. William W. Van Zant III Evening. Worship 7:00: p.m office call 792-6331. '
given this honor. In 1952 Doro- '.1t did get there In time for lunch. or
I was .
Monday SchooL._.......V::45 a. m. Wednesday
_. llrtO Prayer: Meeting __ 7:10 p.m. [thy Jane Adlcks (Mrs. Tom Cumbyof A letter from Madge!;: Cook who Blanche Peas wasm8ble, to go but
Services ? "
-- -- "" Y. P. E.)t-A- ."'.''t. .___' 780.p.m.BURNHAAf'CHRISTIAN ..,( Quincy) dayghter." ,, > Mayreid and reads "Folks" agd says,encoursg-.' sent a beautiful table' cloth. The. Jasper: News
. :JASPER ADVENT; .-w ,.. .r' ._ Bill Adlcks was -Village Vamp': tog things to me There was in all l a wonderful display -'': : .

(: CHRISTIAN CHURCH '. She is planning to spend December of crafts from .all over the co .,
\' T. S. Warren, Pastor CHURCH; The Fla., Press, Conference for including: Christmas at the Colonial unty. Interesting things made of '! -'

i Sunday School....... 10"a.ra.. 'James Webb Pastor weekly papers met at Silver Springs Hotel in White'.Springs. She shucks, ceramics and home made .> '
+. Morning Service U:00a.m. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 the 13, 14, and 15 o fthls mon- will have the car and plans to "flit Jellies. It was a Fair to do your \ T1PPETfESPREADER

Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Church Service. 11 a.m. & 7 p.m. th. The purpose of this organization over ,to Jasper" daily. Madge's heart good. I
:Wednesday night: Second and Fourth Sundays is to bring the editors up to date on friends look forward to that. The Columbia Kountry Kouwln!
Chdr Practice 7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship 6: Pt m. what happening in the Newspaper You know Madge Cook deals In provoked all the necessary fun SERVICE
Prayer Service 8:00: p.m. Every Sunday night.*y! .* v world and how to best promote the "Oriental Rugs" from her office I with their orchestry.Mr. '
CHURCH ; paper giving the best service to the in Birmingham, Ala. I Aubrey Fowler of Live Oak DOLOMITE _' HICALFERTILIZER
iV ABAPTIS'r I BRIGHT POND (JASPER) communities. I was the inspirational speaker as .
Truiett M. Comer Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH The reelection of officers and The Cassia plant is a gorgeous he outlined a suggestion for a Su-
10:00: a.m. ... Sundayschool REV. PAUL 1L .MARE | Board of Directors was on the a- I thing this time of tHe year. It Is wannee Crafts organization where

:11:00 .. Morning Worship dnndsy School ............ 10:00 a.m. genda. Mr. Bom Ehlert is the immediate quite easily rooted when it quits by things native to the regional counties I For G ood Fast Experienced Service
B. T. U. Morn Service ..... ,
6:00 hng 11:00 a.m. past Vice-Prealdent. blooming. rQUld be marketed for the
"IKJO p.m. Evening Worship training Union ".__._ 6:80 attending this Conference
Evening Worship .._..,....._.. 7:80 I '| tourist trade. 971-5495 Lee FloridaFarmers
(Wednesday night PrayerMeeting .from Jasper were: Mr- and Mrs. 1 The fish were out :f Steinsatchee At the noon hour, the covered dishes -
__ 730 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service every Bob Ehlert Mr .and Mrs. Charles I"in force" last Wednesday the 18th were uncovered and a beautiful -
Wednesday at 1:80 p.m. Kristy,1 ....
VEST LAKE CHURCH OF COO Tompkins. Rebecca and I Hannah Bland andpdessa Smith dinner was enjoyed by all. T d
Sunday: School ....._.. 10:00 sum. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. went from here and made a flood .
Y.P.E. Sunday ...-, 6:80 pjn. Raymond Dykes; hauL Someone said that half of Jennings Mrs. Dormen left Sunday for I
Prayer Masting. Thurs. .. 7t80 pm Sunday School ......10:00: a.m. GBT wo FARM LOANS was there. "' Lake City and Jacksonville where :
SPRINGS- Church Service ......11:00 a.m. Maybe we'll take up fishing. she will divide her time with a I :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service .....- 8:00: p.m.. -- ram s'i daughter, in each pleace for..the. :
Rev. J. L. McNeal pastor Training Union ....-....... 6:80: J m.. The Eblerta had their Thanksgiving Thanksgiving. holidays. : -
Sunday School .._.- 10:00: a.m. Prayer Meeting- on Wednesday at I dinner Sunday the ,22 because ..- .
Morning Service _.-_ 11:00: sun. .7:30 pjn.MISSIONARY __ of son Roger's early ,returnto The Jaycees in'Valdosta' had a

Training Union ...___ 7:00: p.m. BAPTIST CONTACT the Air Base there was the tremendous auction sale Saturday YOU ARE INVITED TO :
Evening Services _.. 8:00: pjn. J..I.! !(, FUrIJa traditional turkey with all the trim afternoon. I do not know how much ,
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. J. Wj Tittswwth Pastor Kings. money was made but It seems like
ST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School ___... 10:00'a.m.Each : Henry Joins the family were Mr. and a good way for an organization to .
Pastor: Rev. T. M. Goff ( Sunday) VICKERSJasper Mrs. Harry Thomas newcomers make it. And too it moves Junk a- Burch

,.Sunday School ?_.._._ 10:00 a.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday at from Utica Michigan.. round for good or bad. Day :
a (A class for every age group) 11:00 a, m. and 7:30 p. ra. eee
orshi 11:00 a.m. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday Florida Sgt. First Class Elza Miller Jr. Florist Myrtle White attended a
t Youth Fellowship ........ 0:00 p.m. at 7:30 p.m. and Mrs"MUler arrived School
'Tuesday Design in.Jacksonville recently
Ii White PASTOR'S Springs every SCHEDULE Sunday at FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHA. Telephone 792-6921 t from Texas.They left Thursday for at the Robert Meyer Hotel IN THE INTEREST OF :
New York whence they sail for a There were 412 delegates registered
11:00: a.n. H. McGLAMEY, Pastor 1 Re4 792-4831 ,
I' Swift Creek each Third Sundayat Sunday School ___ 10:00 *.m. I'tour of duty la Germany., Set: Florists were there from Gorgja, :
3:00.p.m.I Morning Worship "? llrt)0: a.m. [Miller Is the son of Mrs Hattie Bar Alabama and Fla. which eJ'tqlIn. Agricultural ,

CHURCH I'1'abtJq Union_..' 6 JO p.m. -t d
I Evening Worship '_ 1:30'p.1IS.. i<
STATENVILLE. GEORGIA 7:00: -Prayer meeting. Improvements i
Allen Brooker. Pastor HARRISON HOMES Inc. .
Sunday School .....??... 10:00 ajn. GREEN 'RIDGE CHURCHOF Home MadeD.ONUTS .
Worship Service 2nd. and 4th COD ; ..
Sundays ?........_...._ 11:00 sum. Presents. .
Jr. and Sr, MYF Each Sunday at Rev. Earl Deas Everyone Farming And Interested :
7:00 p.m. Sunday School __.?.... 10:00: a.m.
r Slayer Meeting Each Thursday at Morning Worship .__ 11:00: sun. 2, 3, or 4 Bedrooms;
8:00 S.m. Wednesday Night __._ 7:30: p.m. Fresh Daily | In Agriculture Should Attend :
MYF Social Hoar Each Thursday Prayer Service 1, 1 / or 2 Baths
Y. P. E. Friday Night 740


Bert E. Wheeler Sunday School each Sunday at FRIDAY NOV. 27

ftonday! School: 10:00 A.M. Services Each 10:00: a. m.
Sunday moraine
Preaching Service .11:00 AJt
!,Eyeing Service ...7JO P.M. and evening Money Down on Your Lot.

ti Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:A FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH --- Will house* trailer on trade. Begins at 9 a --Rain: ShineSuwannee


\ 'Rev P. M. ADen Pastor Sunday School ........... 10:0y0) sum LOANS I ';
2DOO: a,nv Sunday School Morning Worship __ 11:00 am. For Information Contact
I (except: fifth Sunday))! Training Union ........-.. 6:31 p.v. Thru the .. ) Valley:: ;

t B u:00.-Morning 6.-00: -Training Service Union Prayer Service.7:30 p.m.Wednesday at FEDERAL LAND BANK ALEXIS! MILLER: Jasper, or writeHarrison .. '. t ,

S7.-90 -Evening Service at 7:00 tun. \ j', '
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r Rev. WI lam Van Zant m Preaching service every tnJ aa4 311 South Ohio Avenue '
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SIX THE JASPER f : : :: W :! JASPER:: f1. 0 R /I) Friday November_27 ,1964

Evans Products Purchases Corporation Jciinihgs! News I II Wings big hhas recently gone to|J The fifth grade welcomes Kathy -STORY HOUR -UBB..mY
I i I \ ]work with the State Road Departn -I Jo Hay back to school. Kathy has There will be a story hour, at

j Washington By Mrs.; Walter Havener "* >ent,..down_ near 'Orla b .lies.&., been In Key.West going to.school the Hamilton County Library at
_. staying with theWayne. Bradshaws "She belong to us' said the fifth 10 a.rn.,Saturday morning Dec. 5th

Evans Products Company has,a.*\cutting contract h t i is}administered C H ifc?c(veTa7e''Ju! t relay.to faW whd'fv('kt'ArlandajjIYJ' ( ,'I' grade She Is staying( ".:.with, her 112 (II m 'H:"': .iJ h tGlrl '"

,rte to purchase Aloha Lumber, the Bureau of Indian Affairs of the "turkey day" A gttod and 'The grandparents Mr-., ana Mrs- Hoyt
Corp., Aloha. WasJu- or cash In, U. S. safe I Deny vi .&
t : Department of Interior Thanksgiving to aQ.ef protf,J 14 r Alril3tdatetafor ew sr
I falO.t*. .< : ..
excess of W million Mbnford A. Or t wish from eomspoAdenV : ,i ;,!
loft Aloha Is 25 miles north rot Aber. Ithe your i Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Russet! The senior came to.school, on :
president today. the last bell Wednesday The Cl .
I rings on, .meetlnc'ThUhdq"NOV1'Wfth't'21
The purchase'':is scheduled to be dean, *herr Evam Products operates 1' the. will their Ayers from Ctoarwater, and Mrs 'Tuesday all dressed up A no place '
pupils to gtrls
two major plywood mills. Or f go ;John Jsmgohlon and her famiy;Ito go-but they had important busisiesawhat' '
completed Friday. Nov. 20.
j homes for a two day vacation. present They met In their ,Patrol
loft noted Aloha's Umber will from Atlanta. Mr.. Golden from Valdosta ,
: I
i Orloff also announced that b Evans, -
Many of the wnl'people will go : and 'decided on the badges they'
: t Products ha tissued provide a,long-term supply of raw 4 came to make their pictures.We .
: 75,000 sham '
hunting, visiting and shopping. 'The Bennets and will work. They' went walk
Any Rodney son on a
of materials forM Aberdeen mills, I understand,that he still has an
5K cumulatlvt !
percent prefers way they are 'Thankful for a va- Jim from Valdostta, Ga visited unbroken around the block for a nature study.
where the company' "Cedar-Sawn camera.
ed stock which have been sold for, "
> cation. his last Is I The girls decided'
to bold
parents Rodney
weeR. a courtof
and "Cedar-Etched" panels as Seniors who finished their lad
17.5 million to InstItutional Investors I out of the service and we are glad I honor meeting on Friday November
in a private placement by Bryth j j I I wen as ,other" spctHIty products, i Last Saturday was a vet yexclt-!,to have1iht"pome. I II game of high school football last : 20 at Mrs. Mary Lue Fines a ..
arerywastactwe$,. These exterior ing day for Friday night down at Branford :
and -Ca, Inc. Proceeds! will be many people especially I
; Mrs., Ruldah! Gay is in, Norfolk. assisted by Mrs. Gritz:f They decided
I have were''Jim\ Della Charles
t used' siding panel particularly ,, Runyon,
for general corporate purposes Saturday afternoon about 4:30: when! ''
I Virginia 1 ,with' her son. Joe :and .hisfamily" on the Christmas: Project.
well received by the building Junior Griffin. Avon Frier
F Therewere
Orkrff stated 'S. U walloped Florida. : I,
:; their patrols! would work on forChristmas
The new shares, which are non- \Industry since their,Introduction by several people from here non Creech. Because a and.ver.1 .
voting are the company's first Evans Products last year, he saidOther who went over for the battle. They Mrs. C A. Culbreth, postmistress leg Jim Bates was unable -
Aloha Lumber in attend a "Christmas Organization We The next meeting wil'lbe cr.3-;
properties of
prefect issue Sinking fund pro- were: Mir and'Mrs.. V. McCall, are very proud these boys- '
the purchase include fee timber- Conference in Jacksonville last' Friday lets rah hah for at the Girl Scout Hut *
so them.
visions can for the retirement of LORENZO DAVID BENNETT Miss Myrtle Jennings, Mr and Mrs say ,
held each There will be a mothers
lands a cedar sfcwrnill and a shin These meeting are
the issue over a 20-year period beginning Some years again. In the twon Johnny Outier Mr. and Mrs- Ivy Sauls)
gle mile bothJlucated at Aloha oLive I year but at diffent places. Mrs. I Ronnie a member of the morning next week-
in 1970. Washington I Oak:, Iorenzo David Bennet t Kinsey, Jim 'Bates, Mrs. Fred De- Culbreth sal dthat the meetin gwas tenth grade has been absent from Mrs. Luoise Corbett Served
With the purchase of Aloha Lunrv- was bom to thel l late Reverend Vane, Misses Linda Easoh, Char-' '
interesting and she enjoyedthe school because. he was sick. cookies and ice cream: Fin was
I ; be very .
beer Corp, Evans Products- will Aloha Lumber Jnc. will operated Amos and Mrs. Georgina CarrieAt One and Teddy Bates Jerry Blair had by all.
,acquire cutting rights tostandi&gf) a*'/! |ffjot4he( : Building Materials Mr and Mrs ,Bobby Kent. Hughes day very much. Mrs:Culbreth Dwight Recent news from Glenda Hewitt, ,._,
timber in excess of 750 millon I Division ot'Evans Products accompanied Mrs a former member of the Freshmanclass
a very early age, he was baptized to visit friend and do shopping Miss Janie Burnham, school secretary
board feet two-thirds cedar, ,covering The other operating division of the 'Mrs; Lonnie Adams had her son, ; says that she is a member of
32 000-acre on'the,' '> port ton Equipment I ihd she African Methodist Episcopal facile Bill The meeting was held at the Jack- will be at home. She and hermother
a .tract' > } hurt. atedltis daughter April a chorus who will do special music:
; Qulnault Indian Reservation The ]Most of his young life and public Ing her ths past week end. On Satur 'I I bers of the family home to enjoy

1 Domestic Allotment Cotton .Jfoogram ville.school After days compleUori were spent of in his Jackson public day: Lonnie went huntingMr. Bill and. John. his brotier brought Mrs, Mamie home' from BradshaW Plnview was Hospital ,ida,'l Forest,, The Park Hewitts, Ga ara:now' living at,I,tiuntln and lots; cane of visiting grinding a big dinner

m, Depends On Vote school days In Jacksonville he did I Saturday. She is getting along I nNNL: a8'BOYS TAKE PART Mr: Herring and his wife and

1 J.. .If. __ undergraduate work at the Edward and Mrs: In'Nunn went toI very,nicely IN CROSS COUNTRY RACE children'David Denise and Timmy

Upland cotton growers in 1965 normal suppry (J''A 1 level beyond Waters Junior<3>llege'and FloridaA White Springs on' Sunday to visit Junior Griffin is the Hamilton On Saturday November' 21SI a will go to Thomaston; Ga. for relatives .

will again have a chance to participate which the Secretary of Agricultureis and M. College. This advanced Mrs. Cora HiUhouBe County; memorial Hospital. A I I ) with,grandparent. They will

,\ in a domestic allotment-,program rggv d.So PTF ln* marketing degree was received! from Harvard Repent visitors: at the home, of speedy recovery Junior I.journeyed return' in time for Sunday services.

I if marketing quotas are approved quotas:.>> k'AthJ linage allotment Unlverstly Ire was a ;recipient ofa VIr. and Mrs. Glenn Nunn were Mrs 'j'our school in the state cross country Mrs Bradshaw and husband Mr.

in the Dec. 15 referendum, for 1965-crop upland cotton was set conferred Doctorate degree Nunn's sisters Mr. and Mrs. E' F Edward Smith'and his family races. This was a distance of Clayton are, goin to Ft. Peirce to

''J according to Emery. Williams, at |6jmttlion\ *cres-the smallest lip became one with Christ in his Hall from Grove Hill ,Alabama were home recently. visiting Edward two miles without resting. They see; Peggy end Douglas.

t' Chairman ,.Agriculfurtal Stabilization permittedinkierawUThe( natlprnl' youth and at the ,age of twentyonehe Mrs, Howard Dortz from Dimmingham is. a Patrolman at Melbourne;I'came in eight. We are proud of our Mr. Lawson expects to enjoy a
and Conservaton State Com 10,425,000 acres-.about 65 percentof accepted thecall to come and ro I team because they were compel- '
't Alabama. Mrs Clay Brown Miss Mary Newsome a studentat nice ,vacation with his family, .
IDs work. lie ordained In the
I" mlttee. The program was provided the national acreage allotment was rr*masville; Ala. Mrs: Eugene NFJC will spend Thanksgivingwith ing with Class A groups. Those who ,Mrs.Reddueg will enjoy Just being

by legislation enacted last spring For AQIfcigifriftf; which alloj African Methodist. semi At Episcopal I Smith and Mrs!' 'George T. Jones her parents Mr. and Mrs I went were: Junior Griffin. Jim ',home* '
Church Amt lat
as a means of further' reducing menu are not released for th e1965 r Chaplain ,from Selma Ala. They had a won Jody Newsome Deas, Jeff Burnett, Woody Herring ? '
at the rank of in World i, JMts; S.pfaxsa: Sr v&J visit
Captain and
r and 1965 Upland cotton ; Morgan _
1964 prduc- crop, thBw&mestia allotment win derful time together It was likea Jimmy Murphy .Charles ,
tlon through additional voluntary be the snjkr ofja[ 15 acres,'or War XL- real homecoming because they Mrs. 'Minnie Shiver ,Miss Patri- Glenn Herndon and Wyne Prine. do many things which she does
: In 1949, he was!!!. united In holy not have time during: school to do-(
reductions' in allotment. cia Shiver and Mrs. Donald Smith The for the
planted acreage Ibj), Ihi 13 effective all] attended school here before spcrusr group were
The carryover of upland cottonon :For most other f dVms, the domestic matrimony with >firgaerite- Stanley their marriages: I went 'on'a shopping" trip tn _.Tas_ >.lronn.vllle __w. Mr. and Mrs. &''T. Storall and Mr Mrs., Ben Bates wil ]have al lot'
of this with Whom heTived until the last Saturday.Mr. ; her family home from school, but
August 1 year was 12.1| allotment will be 65 percent of the I Billy flair
i million bales. With 1964-crop yields 1965.effective farm allotment.If Master Called'! him to be at peace. Mrs A P. Schelmmer and daughter and Mrs.. Lonnie Norman! of I I they will be on the go the greater
I' Indicated at a record high: of 528 I He will long bemnn ered as a have returned home after a I I FACULTY PLANSTHANKSGIVING ,.... part,of the time

;' :;i!' pounds per acre, the total of use in marketing quotas are approved faithful and outJ Mk1i minister, visit with Rev and Mrs Charles Jacksonville were guests at the HOUDAYS

: this ,country plus exports .during I for laQhcrojJt land! cotton In a loving husband' wise counselor Rogers. The, Rogers will have al,home of Mrs. Minnie Shiver Sunday Principal and.Mrs"J. W DeVane I

'! this marketing year is expected to II growers who participate in the n friend and. neighbor'to-all. who family "get together" Jackie Newsome and Earl Roebuck and family plan to spend Thanksgiving J-fospiEal .Yew: -a

to about 12.T milion bales by Au- 1965 domestic allotment program knew him log befause their son, ThanksgtV-1 are home visiting! their pare' in Americus") Ga. with the
eligible for pricesupportpayments The WYS. of his'mortal sojourn home' PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL
to \ from the service Rodger
Is expected
I ents. They both are In the Air I
be less than the 1964 crop, and the )In b &ion to It.basic came at 10:00: Ji/m-- ,S ember 1, ays. Force. I J Mrs. Barbera Peatman will go to Newman, King Mb Burnett Mrs.

has been exceeded only once In the cotton loans. TrisJ ayrnent will be 1964. "Itl 'J I Chula.'Ga.; to-be! with' her family. Grace Langdale, Mrs. Mattie L-

h east 1, ,1965. A carryover this she based Qn) fhe) normal yield of the Survivors are'I his1 devoted wife, The Kenneth Smith and dugh- Last week: we over loked the Mr. V, J McDonald: expects a big Peacock. Colored patients: Ann

last 25 years. I cotton acreage, ,plaited for harvest. Mrs. Marguerite S. (IBetmettl: two ten Elaine and, Fay will spend name of Mr. and Mrs. Herman day. He will be in Hah ira: Ga M. Solomon Uzze Comes Joe.
Supplies for the current)narketJ I It wil Ihelp'compensate farmers for brothers,Pennsyvanla'snd, Bennett, Thanksgiving flay'! with the LaRue Harrell who 'went along with the I Several of the .faculty; will Tally, Debra Tucker
sales } ( Mr. Paul Tippets who live at Lee. Mrs. go Discharged from hospital week of
t year have been estimated, reducing ctlon' and by Chester Tip- Ivy Kinseys to Marineland. This';hunting They are Mr. S. T..Stovall
j 41 percent more than normal\ (the''taking: part!" ;'1nMne;:\ .prof ram tars. petts Is the former Linda Smith. weekend .la an annual event which t and Mr. Owen Jllnton Good luck to n 25 64
:. Is given by Marineland Studio for W. C Petty, W P. Griffin Jr.
l Onk, and Wit Simmons of Jasper. i Master Sergeant and Mrs Aubray you Annie L Bryant, Col, T A. Barwlck
and Acreage the Welcome Station employees ,
II'j Marketing Quota ,; Mrs. Edyth.feathers' .of,Wash. D. I Young and! children' .Rickyjiiura Mrs Addle McCalfis'planning a Ernestine Jackson, (col. Mrs.,

Allotment for 1965 Peanut 'OOP SetA C. and a host pf other relatives and for the and Thanksgiving Brett are expected holidays.home The land guests motel. stayed The dinner at the on Marine-Saturday -!visit in Jacksonville with her daughter i Kate Adlcks;",Mrs Carolyn King

George Roberson W. L. Eastridge,
>*\ friendsACKNOWLEDGEMENT They will be .visiting the Leon night was given at the Dolphin Mary, 1 ,

,' 196 National peanut marketing.> same The M'eourtrvwcfflca-jnanager fast#tt; aril: ex- The, family: of the late Rev. Scaff's and ,George Youngs. We Restaurant\ Other ,special i\1ests'!f Mrs. Minnie Shiver is )looking to: Mrs.BIRTHS Nancy S ., Deas Kkf;:, William. .. Chllders'''.,

ut quota oM.l8775;ton*and a natty' Lorenzo David Bennett :is grateful welcome#henj meThe*Youngs were_ the ,Chamber Comrnei'ceand : a nice vacation with hher family" t Mr.' and ,Mrs:: Joseph Norman
nal allotment of 1.61; ,OXXX> acres_hasbeen 'plained that are jiving at Cap Kennedy triple AAA official who .arenear Mr: have .
be'''. [to the Ministerial Family; christen and: airs. Billy Blair King are thed parents of a

I, 'Agriculture1 announced, 'Orville by L.Secretary: ,:wreeman.o(;,,y'vld .aftPtaI1U? ihiite'ltlotmerttwID. < I mermen and rends for the wealth I Mr, and Mrs..' d Hair have I II 'enjoyed marl by nelon.all who This attend affair was to not made any definte plans only']I baby girl born Nov. 20. |1964. She
drng'this.Jtgsn" the
love and enjoy good holiday. has been
named Dianna
ojexpressed sympthy Lynn,
according ,Clyde Payne>: ASCS accordance I moved Into Jennings. They _are ocu-I f .
I County Office ;Manager.; Florida' governing 1 h&tsiation"i Individual I of lc row" 1 piling the Rita stephens' home I 'Mr. end Mrs. Langford Webb and .11. --
.w. '' has been allotted ,55,235 acres for farm allotment notices will be mailed May;God bless 'eachA''ou.; ; -I 1 I son of Jacksonville were up to. "'

the'producUon of the 1965 peanut tq growers -early In December. Gerald Beaty a.lTlduate'of Jen- see the Joe Howells. The men came I '

crop."ThIs compares with 55.n crop .allofments! for: ,the 1965 especially: to go hunting We hear Ten ,founds' Of PatienceTV
peanuts ( nllamllton County
acres allotted to the State In 1964. that they had .luck.,
will be about the same as the allot
Legislation provides that the Secretary
: of Agriculture must proclaim ment fo,rhe} '1964. EFFICIENT FEEDING, NEWS

I a national marketing quota ,and a Peanut, tnarketlng quotas have The senior class wll leponsor n

national acreage allotment each been In effect Mc iutyelaf.slpce! 1949 X\ Talent Show on December 19th,I
year. The national allotment 1 I. the The last'reterendlm was*held In AND LIVESTOCK & MANAGEMENT;; lat the high school auditorium The ,

3 same as the original allotment announced December,;1962, when> a record seniors will appreciate your talent
for production: of the 1964 96.9 percent ot the grfowers voting 14 Last date fo rentering' will b* December ;

ti I rop. Florida's share.of the national favored market quotas for the 7th. Everyone put this dateon

allotment is approximately the 1963 1964, and_: 965 Crops your calendar. Wonderful prize
will be given to the wir eera. Awards -
Br Dr. GostsT Behstedt .
Doyle Conner Ask SpecialGonswIeration l EMeritus. Professor of Animal. Husbandry for first second'' and. third I

11'1 I University of Wisconsin places will be given.
For 14 Tobacco &r *t <*> I,
Type $
Acorns Are Poor Pork And! 'j Ann Bland annual editor reports

Commissioner Doyle Conner said of the"tfde- PeOeral Officials and '[that the staff is well' pleased with
Milk MakersAt ,
today he has submitted to Secretary otheds. tKf BQus"otments for 1965 I I:the! rreturns from subcription and'

of Agriculture Orville Freeman The e5tresseX"the fact that this time of year various Acorns therefore at vest are advertisements

a brief requesting consideration be Type 14 maThofmateriafiy increased kinds of oak trees drop their not wry good feed. 'TI'ev may I Basketball season has, opened*

given to the favorable sale of Type the sVPJus::01 flue-cured tobacco acorns and if on pasture cows hardly be considered" as "manna The schedule is made an dthe boys
14 flue-cured tobacco this it or pigs are likely to eat con-I/ from heaven.
:year The pJcm Iry Is respectfully] eiders a proportion of them. are practicing. Seniors who' are
acreage allotments are to. be reduced urged tot inf dpplyrai reduct- k.1'Qsdiosr :: :' ... <
any Much has,been'written about out are Jim Deas Chares Runyon I "
for the 1965 crop ,I ions in aJfatrneots, he give due consideration acorns as a feed, mostly in disfavor '' why Is it. when Junior Griffin and Tommy! New- TV star Sonny Fox takes two youngadmirers on a trip to the
A'1o per cent acreage reduction.: tq; his variation in stabl- of them. salt .Is;, used, at all, that as some- : Institute for Muscle Disease a major research center ia New
As to analysts, acorns are at- mach added York City sponsored by, Muscular Dystrophy Associations of
for this year's crop cost Florida lizaton J-e etpts. Conner's briefstates as 20 peuaos are '
most a roughage, having some te a ten of hay being stored. The ,Juniors said that did I! America. (The picture, shown above Ik.from a documentary AIm
growers in some 20 counties about In part. "It Is suggested that 18 cent they "Ten Pounds of Patience" which: dramatizes the complex and
with sales in he make allotment per but only 6 pounds for a ton ofgrass not have news but wait until after!
I $1,586.000 compared adjustments by fiber on the T Also what Is the ; infinitely painstaking investigations needed. to solve the problemof
I, 1963. However only 174 per cent of type of tobacco In proportion to the dry' bash real silage of adding salt In hunting season and you will really) muscuUrdystrophy.;< Type 14 grown in Florida and Ga., contribution which each type has What little this manner purpose t hear fro mthem. j I throughout) nto eointry J Jf co-section with MD V.V;* annual fundraising
went under Stabilization loan compared made to the Increase In carryover. they drive, the ManU: fur. *lu tula* pyslrt .y.
Rave is of Amntrrt Putting salt on hay -
with 18.65 cent of the total
per "By doing; this the burden for
i low digest-! is an old practice which is
I. flue-cured that was accepted: by reducing the excess carryover bility, practi- meant to keep insufficiently-
i Stabilization out "of the 1964' crop would be:placed' aft those responsl- rally aero. cured hay from going through
marketings ibl for Its crsi( and at the same So it is not such a severe sweat as to cause
Conner's brief was presented at time make avatflijhje on the market bard to ap- brown hay. It has been found
a meeting Friday'(November 20)) predate; that that to prevent spontaneous
those types of Tobacco most desiredby
combustion of bay in the mow,
it took nearly
of producers, members Dr Boutedt
flue-cured the trade twic. a. more salt is required than,
,- many pounds of acorns as would be good for the livestock
grain to produce gains in pigs, consumers. In the amounts indicated al
f and that acorns could be usedropedyonly'ifsupplemented! salt makes for better -, -
{ I I << { ''r ', palatability of both bay and L
I '. I II by grain '.and protein feed. silage, primarily grass suage,
I / f : Where 'acorns. were need as which usually is not so palatable -
I __ part of the feed for laying as corn sOage. The differing
hens the eggs produced had amounts of salt for hay and,
olive-colored yolks and bad low. ,silage are roughly in the lelative -
,P i thTYPING hatehability.r proportion, of theit'-dry ..i .
I The consumption of UOI'U' matter.} ,
has sometime bean blamed for Qmttii A, recent ;..aiar et <
; drying up cows.Then is a possibility also article inferrati.a.skeet' .
the large taantn;content of putting salt ea steaeddrirersys ,
l to kill .
corns. Or possibly because at
'j this time of year,', when the Would you plesse tt eau IMMOBILITY
pastures are abort the salt aad tell where
no bam feed Is given, the cows be purchased:.

: PAPER would naturally'dedInh Almost any kind of AGILITY, 'DURABILITY artfcalorc
;k. production. .' salt if used in concentraUd claimed for tKo COER swinmlac a
A few r.ported otsonlag loam wfll IdH vegetation. Be- .treat* and o. land (rlatn.. IwTwraea.We.tiashoe.e -
have been preamfc Ion the advent of 2-4-D aDd J Caxpaiiy U I
:: tcMlaf
ably attributable to aeons. stage weed unexs.' salt (socMma -
Such would be likely,xtomrver, ; dioxide) was often useiaflecthfely. the GOER awl < m..>tf lliic it* rapalOityto

c 50c Per 100 Sheets r only when acorns tare partly ,for clearing,weeds transport Military' Mppi s .. widely-
J .:,' spoiled and where they are and even brush. While applications dispersed, fast-rwvlag waits la the atomic.
eaten in large quantities.,; '
of er I tons salt per. Dabbed
Army U Cenaany. COER foe
The symptoms of aoorn poisoning wO Ml mgn .
NOW AT weeds, it was reported
.' : an constipation, mucous .. the New Jersey Expedment -, ability t. perform .IN Jlfficmh aitaaitoM, too
W' and blood in the faces, Station that where -:. 'whirl can travel eraaa-evwMry, piwvUiacnro4

'\ The Jasper News emaciation and edema or wsterr I the salt applications weN 2ajdl .- I
q. I swelling. A drench of 1.5. tons per acre "a fertfikln large MMWglt t. reduce tnuMport m.-,nowerPACE .
about two pounds salts may be' | action seemed to takeplace
1. called: for and .....aa&IalJ7.
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Friday, November 27." 1964 .:'iwJ)' ,wll I"J, THE JASPER NEW:L .... I I' II .,'
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I' Witn Q.u. ]Dy&l" lebehviceu t I ., ,
.a d ..ebaT3M National l oba o :Advisory Committee e hri .u.
I ' u QOa. A 'sb ".1//' "
Yi ; \ ports the AF1LC mission of prtwidt Ml! -+za "ri.II 'rn1ot *fT ; ( 19dt.lnaQf I.. 4, iMA rt, iWrvj"n r. %'drrt t
|ing Air Force operational units with I e, .eeR1n1 jell.. .':, A+lydT_.911.It19dswt : ; uric'nl Vo 1n'vRUDZrailCatEVery.t'ldey.W. ( 1'nq$ A ft' .bM-l.. : ..
iy flllp iR9retjGiQlttEr2t VftSThatf&nThepklfwiariil "HI Ina 114 ,gmvvasnolInmOl I -" -'''''' 'VII :' J as .q"tJ ;"
S I ht-:edi tart-tb II. '(a'uuT +NatieathFeQ3rccaothdasttrAdviaos. I' \' + Krrbwl"f ,i t9'iAI'll" '? t'.tn1, 'u.... i rspjege' a surf d ''''.nbP ta.rn t'tkUlj: f "
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>!(tlS8f tgittidaateit t, .(Cbmroltfc'ng-:Aft Watt am.rltk.. ddnYttltttre! ', ) mi iion..Strfe",+p tn'.A4yancc1 "'".1 ,'tW I
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lngton ;
D. C N : ut"'ott'lie''th!
"emberd&end 19 If $3.00
t in
Jasper H&i.Scfebl., ('Ito grower Hamilton''County $4.00 outside Counts!
-;,Q ; f- consider both the short ana the In!",",- t6t I
(are fully the nrobten Ca f $ .00'
:tR\b\.'1LrcCOY' ,longer rang*' problertw fatintf the 1[they wilt W,rsc* ,mo 'continuationof puink.} .SYt amore Minimum .
tobacco; industry, The lift of this quotas nthe referendum. 1 1L rMA. Telephone 2-6331 .
Alrmah: First ClsssoVernon II McCoy committee was extended for two -c'clr" boond the T7 Mr. and. Mrs,"'Robert Ehlert Editors and Publisher
Bbifuof '. }none' the I referendum AV.. ,
Mr an* Mrs GeorgeC. years by Secretary Ol '' .

McCoy of Bumwell, Ky( has Agriculture on November IS ...:I:the.should committee-make same feel revisions that Congress,in the r. 'L'j. ,'3' 'i1lE! ; B = i u :g8gsa.. e a;ag8ggggsaag8a, : '-aggg= = ,>sg ?8s8g3ag: ;
graduated from the U. S. Air Force I I-IThe commute heard discus ,. '' { 1.11 '10.. .
Noncommissioned 'Officer Prepare lions of the supply and demand tobacco, program, to enable It to II 'ffttt ti .
tory School,at AFB cope with today'a'pn cHlems' In the
Ramey Puerto situation for different kinds of tobacco
Rico. "1.1. tobacco industry, The( committee Give The Practical
j i i.Airman |I both here and world wide
recommended that
a study .
+ *CcCoy who was trainedin The jnembers. felt that these group
WIULM 'rem reports be named to world out the ways the .. ... -
8. REID leadership and nianagement, Is' hasized'the need to bring supplies *
'I tobacco program should be chang
an aircraft ground equipment repairman and demand Into a better bal
Airman William S. Reid, son! of with a Strategic Air Command ,ance as promptly as possible This !ed. .' Christmas GiftCLC5THES

.Mr. and Mrs Carter Reid of Rt. 1, (SAC) unit at Ramey. IDs is particularly true with flue cured The committee..also wants study
Jasper, Florida has I
completed Air
Force basic unit supports the SAC mission of tobacco. 1 groups to continue to work on the
military training at keeping the nation's intercontinental The committee members realize problem of they relation between
Lackland AFB Texas For
missiles and jet bombers on'con that It Win not'be possible to get I Government grades for t tobacco and the Tots and Teens on your Christmas list,
Airman Reid is being assigned to ,, ,
stant alert. the to" '
Congress make changes in the level of price support. The committee
the Air Force Logistics Command'sAFLC I The airman is married to the former the tobacco program before flue.I I feels that till is a continuing! '
( ) Wright-Patterson AFB Hazel B. Burnham, daughterof cured growers vote on the questionof ,p blem and shotiM be constantly shop at the store that, :specializes in children'sclothes.
Ohio,or training and duty as a medIcal Mr. and Mrs.. Grover Burnhamof acreage allotments and quotas reviewed. ."
specialist.. His new base sup- Jasper, Florida. for the year 1965,. 1966. and 1967
.- --- The Secretary will announce on cr The recommendation committee' repeated that a all previous tobacco Shop at ,the store that gives you quality
scientific l before December 1, 1964 the guota I
method has been inten- rowers select varieties, and
sified. and the date for the grower referen
Aim. use cultural pnptices,; which tendto merchandise in
a friendly atmosphere. NELL'S
Now produce mature grainy tobacco
the "Space-Age", 4-H Members of the committee rec.commended -!
with flavor and which are In
members are
no longer
just farm that the Secretary of
,boys and girls. In fact many 4-Hers Agriculture announce a quota for i demand by domestic and foreign TOT-N-TEEN SHOP gift and has
do not live on farms. Yet these flue-cured tobacco that will reduce users. ,wrs a layaway -

lvuv / J principles, for training boys and production sufficiently to t The committee asked the Depart
l1 / girls through the projects continue. make a significant contribution toward ment to seek methods for making '
plan. Come on to 'NELL'S and how'easyit
to hold true. bringing supply and consumption our tobacco more competitive price see
And of this tobacco Into better balance 'wise in world markets in an effortto .
inqusltlve mind asking WHY also that Its traditional share of : ,
is They urged growers regain "
an amportant asset that Hers is to
get your shopping .done.Nell's '
often develop very early In club of flue-cured tobacco be Informed I the world market. j
work. Our interests in science has 1 1 r

I led 4-H members to reach deeper fiber Is often blended with wool to : ::
Dear People Hamlton County: for scientific training. New projects With Your Homeflemnnstratior. make softer yarns and to reduce : 1 ot"1J. teen Shop

I have been developed which just a I cost Let your dry cleaning establishment .,:
What is coming of todays modern few years ago could not have ex know It la Mohair '.' .,,1. .
ti ni '
young people? Yes, it Is a puzzling isted. Members ev study' rockets ..... '
question. But think back in your day and space related problems. As the A spilt Another fiber that can be blended ,We Oak Florida \ "":",'104 East Hward St.

your parents probably dthe same 4-H program grows ,i( expands td with wool or other fibers is rabbit j ,, .. .
thing about your generation But I meet the requirements of today's fcy WI.... B. Whit hair. which adds ,a rich texture to I ar. '
come to think of It. we are not as young people. Our age requires an the blend "" e".' "" *y"i
bad as people think we are. Teen- /[understanding and appreciation of FIBER CONTENT GIVES CLUE -, '-.' --- ---- ".- r---I -. -- -----
agers went wild about the Beatles '\science in all walks of life In training TO SWEATER QUALITY Of the manmade fibers, rayon 't ', I. 11.1 I .

when they came to America Also boys and girls'?for.then/future A Rood clue to sweater quality Is commonly nylon and used the acrylics In sweaters.are most 1 4\'L\ (( il ,\ .

the young people 0 fthe 40's "nipped" roles, science playjf. an importantpart the fiber content. Here are some Rayon is usually made Into novelty "ilt"' 4 1 1tr I 1.j \ !
over Frank in that duty. .: "
Sinatra of
when he the features you can participatein sweaters with nubby texture. .i. "- "t.
became famous In the 1600', a the various<< fibers: ', 1 ,
4-H leaders tome"in: a variety of ,These garments may' need reblock \ \
similar ;
event took place. ,types, Just like 4-H members Yet Wool offers durability, resilienceand I ing occasionally because they tendto ,1 i J !I .t'
warmth. It needs careful handling 'lose in'1a ndertNylon'may .. 1 ) "
Today an organization known'as each leader maJes'an impact upon shape I \ 1 IIiI I- "
and .
the 4-H dub has been in the background the minds and lives of the 4-Hers cleaning because of its I '
be iound In the text.
attractiveness to moths and its tendency .
he local leader, Mr. Andrews
lately There are 2000000members guides Tjtes! ,
to roat.Cashmere urized continuous! filament of spun IiI
in 55 countries around the JSl'4 .good example in all I
is a luxurious fiber form Sweaters made from the continuous
world builds the confidence and
today. Each o fthese member ways.
i filament'form less likely
that are
produces soft almost
6 silky
bas respect o fthe members He has the
a project to be carried out. The
to pill than those'with the
feeling. It not as durable as wool spun
member considers the project'as skill and the, compentence to teach I
a I form. On the other hand
4-li.membecar4ntbot6.the It presents the same care problems spun J
dentine technical .
project to"-ferwer :tfie }and,social phases of club work. Local It",may; 'be blended.;With' wool or. sweaters haw a setter texture than .. II

WHY?.,HOWT and WliATt: They leaders know that young people I nylon to add strength as well as1.to the continuous' fftament type. ';0'

do this to acquire a better knowledge sometimes learn slowly, so.,have reduce the cost of the' garment* HOUSEHO/Lp/- HINT; A few bright I "f fI
in todays modern: world. We acquire patience with them as they become Watch for variations In the gradeof I. accessories. wUfngive' your spirit I
'an understanding of Leadership familiar-with- the basic principals the cashmere Usually the softer and your winter wardrobe and end-
Training and putting into use involved. and silker the fabric ,the higher of-the-teason lift.,You might add a, 4,1st'
these newly, acquired, skills:. We the quality. necklace or silk scarf fn "springcoming" '
take part In the t local clubs,'such as 'A.local Ufaderjkfcs In where and '''Mohair. from Angora kids, hasa color, such a* a daffodil/
being,officers and Junior leaders. when needed If there is a, Job to be fine, delicate appearance and a Yellow. Then your accessory additions :
While'4-H'ha*:a long tradition of done .the .41!Jeadetjvill be there Interesting texture In sweaters The can be worn right Into' .spring.I

agricultural and. home 'economics,ret.aixlWgivngtilpl: f | -H members -- f .!. I II
training the :program is much the oppfcrtdnity teJvflop thelr'owmleaderahipralbillt I : -

concerned with building boys STUMP BROSh. '
more .
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.and girls.than }Jn producing bumper Nowyvy sea w j.alificaticns of j jIr "T !

crops or fancier.dress designs. I a 4-H'elub'.: Ide f rVre ,the, club CASH & GARRY : 'jjI. .

The application of science trainIng members of Qfa,county need anoth ,

came through the first corn, tomato !I er leader"fe"Ivglpour present lea
,and canning,clubs. .As new der, Mr. Afl fipfe-So', I ask you
projects 'been added over the I the p iestior. ,< ;;( ';you help us'l" BUILDING SUPPLIES

years," this appreciation for the I I I DfrnlsJknKh), Reporter
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Balers Rakes -'Mowers I ;i,Cutters 4x8 SHEETS Per Sheet
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Ford Tractors: Corn 'HarvestersEAJ1r4i1L SHEETS' Per Sheet '

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Phone 792-6551 % Prefinish Mahog. Plywood $4.80
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ij'tli r:. 3" Rockwool Insulation ....... '$47.00(){) f J. heat pump iW M i the thermostat -thof1otM i ;

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( r to'satisfy "BIRD" Roll .. cool .In h4Std r."b.warm thIimelves f
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l 15-lb._ Asphalt FELT ..........4$1.95 withoutaflsmejwtthoutt oornbusHon?without

F + tomertcome. in soon $5 0 fumes without sooj.Their! heating Is a Clean! as alight .4 f
? BIRD 235 lb. T. B. Per Square ALLOWANCE
and '(Mel the neatest. com ,' MlMtolU MWal bulb and(l list Mjoesy? to' use.Talcs a tip. !

SHINGLES ..._..................;?.:..... 6.75 ,, ....... Tha Inltlar coif' f Infallirig an electric heat pump :
i pletest"line Irt town '0 .t.w. e.: ".,..... ........ Is usually appfedaEty! 1 less than other homo heating '
9x9 inch '.\V: each ./..... ,.,.... ....
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i Vinyl Asbestos TILE ........:..:...... lOc J'..............kal Insure your comfort with' a safe, convenient,

i>s r HEATING BAKGAINtw. ,, 'r;' Off..... carefree efectAc! fteat pump. And remember, onobill j
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