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The Jasper news
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i Regular Monthly Meeting Back Black For Health Dept White Springs 1964 Flue-Cured ; Jasper High School

.Monthly' Meeting Hamilton 'CountyCommissiQners City CouncilmanI Reports On Sabin' Baptist Have New 'Tobacco ;Plans Christmas

Jasper City Council publicly announce my candi- Oral VaccineHamilton PastorRev. Allotments Cut ProgramsI

dency for Councilman of the City
acreage: allotments -
,.' Jasper, Florida Jasper, Florida of Jasper Election to be held County Health Dept. Jimmie L. McNeal has been I for 19S4 for all farms will be I I With the approachir
announced today that 623 immun- Christmas
! Monday Dec. 2 ,1963 Dec. 3, 1963 I the first Tuesday in :March, 1964
) Th Board .of County Commissioners I izations 1 oral percent smaller than fur 1963, Holidays there will be three pro-
_The City ComSiofJasper! < My latform shall follow in the pfjType vaccine were
.;Florida, met'ln regular session in and ;for Hamiltcn County administered'at', the 14Ia e-up cliiuc Clyde Payne .ASCS County Office. J t grams I of special interest held in

:Monday evening, December 2 4963 Florida met today in regular ses-.(f near future. will be at Jennings White springs, and Jas Manager said today. ;; the atidttorium of the Jasper High
L Hall of the ion arid'the' Your vote and support appreciated The 10 reduction School. On Friday
at 7:30 in the City following memberswere per on Sunday, Dec. 81963. This percent makes evening at 7:30
; '- City of Jasper with the followins present: Jack Vinson, Guy{I brings the total to 4,248 Type 1 Sabin 13,586 acres available for allotmentto there will be a special program of

t 'present: McGhin, Groover Wheeler, Aaron I, Sincerely Oral Polio Immunizations admin- Florida in 1964. This representsthe Christmas music and entertain-
Councilman Eugene C. Lang, Hogan and Lawton: 'McCuIiey.. and James "Jim" G. Black. JrGet t. r'r State's share of the national ment put on by students in public
C. E.. Courtoy; the following business was transacted at Hamilton County to date.
(Chairman; Mayor allotment school classes of the
of 639,861 acres for 1964 Elementary
Dates, times, and .t
Councilman Dr. Wale: B, Morris; : places for administering ai school under the
I Councilman Tom OwenCouncil- The Chairman of the Board reported Your Santa Type 2" and 3 Oral compared with 710,191 acres for Nell Rhoden.On of Mrs.
Oman James L. Dunaway; AttorneyF. that the blinker light has Vaccine will be announced as son allotment in 1963. As in the past, a

( .""B. Harrell: City Manager R. H. been installed, on Road 129,.at Claua Letters as details'hale 'been worked out. small acreage wil be reserved for Monday Evening at 7tJ: o'

..Fisk ;Chief ot Police,Payton Bern-. Triangle Restaurant. Donations provided: by those re- establishing allotments: for farms clock Mrs. Powell will present her
bry and Marvin Rodgers, Sanita Marvin Rogers "appeared before'the In ceiving immunizations that have no flue-cured tobacco piano pupils in a special Christmas
t are to
i' n an, Health Department' board and stated that the ( pay for purchasing, the vaccine years for correcting errors, and tor recital entitled "Santa's Toy Strop"Many
called the meet- Hamilton County Health' Depart- of the
Chairman Lang years for correcting errors ,and for pupils in this recital
ing to order asking Attorney Har- ment Building was infested with Next weeks issue of the Jasper, from the,maj ifacturers. adjusting inequities. will play the role of musical toys-

rell to open with prayer. termites and requested that the News will be the Christmas issue. As of this date $380( have been Department of taking the usual winding to make
The minutes of the previous meeting board hire the service of an ex Therefore afl letter to Santa Claus donated. The cost of,Type I vaccinewas i have Agriculture officials them perform
adopted as presented upon terminator company to control the 350. The extra $30 donated explained that the reduction -i On
was should be in as early as possible. : in all allotments i Thursday Evening Dec. 19 at
Tnotion by Councilman Norris witha pest situation. Mr. Rogers had the will be applied towards purchase of was necessary 8.00 p.nx the band
second by Councilman Dunaway. price of two companies and ;after -.-- the vaccine for the remaining types in bring supplies in will be glee club
Motion carried. comparing the price of these companies n and HI immunizations.We balance with.demands. Carryover presented in a combined!
The following Ordinance was Introduced the board decided to obtain following days: of old-crop tobacco at the begin-i t concert under the direction: of Band

.. : "AN ORDINANCE the services of Getz Exterminators 1. New Year's Day certainly want to take this ning of the current marketing year Master, Harvey Oehlert accompanied -

GRANTING TO L. J. DUNCAN Valdosta. Ga. 2. July 4th opporty for thanking the volunteers was about 200 million pounds more by Mrs. Nell Rhoden. The pub-
.AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT TO GsL Wood appeared before the 3. Labor Day for their willing services or nearly 10 above lic is very cordially invited to attend -
ERECT MAINTAIN AND OPER- Board and filed a copy of Hamilton 4. Thanksgiving during these immunization clinics. called as pastor of the First Bap- percent a year, and enjoy all these programs

I ATE" TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION County'Florida Basic Civil Defense 4. :TIME allcwed by county when tist Church of White Springs. He ago. The 1963 crop, estimated at School will be dismissed at the

FACILITIES AND AD Plan,as revised of September 1963. service of employees have been released is now attending Norman College 1,329 million pounds is expected to regular time on Thursday afternoon -

,; DlTIONS THERETO IN UNDER The following bond was, approvedby by the county.Up' Minutes\ Meeting at Norman Park Ga. He is marriedto result in a further increase in carry I for the Christmas Holidays.

ALONG, ACROSS- AND UPON -the Board: Principal, FosterL. to two years serviceoneweek the former Miss Wylene Fleming over at the end of the current mar- :We will come back to school on
LANES, AVEN- Barnes Surety U. S. Fidelity & pay. Board of Public Jig
THE STREETS ; of Lake City and they have two year. ;Thursday morning Jan 2 at the
UES, ALLEYS, BRIDGES, HIGHWAYS Guaranty Co., Office Bonded for 'TWo'.years cr more=two weeks Mr. Payne said that the Depart- regular hour. Students
sons: Doyle 5 and Bruce six months are ab-
OTHER PUBLIC Deputy Sheriff, Amount, $1,000 pay. Instruction
AND ment has recommended that U. S.
PLACES IN THE CITY OF JASPER Hamilton County .Memorial COUNTY C030DSSIONERS'I old Rev. McNeal for several years sent from school Just prior to and)

FLORIDA AND SUBSE- Audit ,report ending Septemebr 30, i RESOLUTIONOn has been a resident of Lake City growers continue their noteworthy just after the HdUdays win be
Florida efforts
ADDITIONS THERETO 1963 was filed with the Board by the motion of Commissioner Guy x Jasper, and will now be in Norman Park to improve tobacco qualityso charged with an unexcused absence
FOR QUENT THE PURPOSE OF TRANS- Hospital Adminstrator. McGhin, seconded bv Commissioner December 3, 1963 and \White Springs. that they may share in the increasing I'un less they present a doctor's cer-

MISSION BY CABLE AND DISTRIBUTION The minutes of the last meetingof Aaron.Hogan,.the following resolution The' Board of Public Instructionof The first Baptist Church will world trade in tobacco. :tificate t showing that they were too
OF TELEVISION the Board was read by the Clerk was adopted: Hamilton County met today in givea Growers are urged to "select varieties I'Ill: to attend classes.
TELEVISION ? WHEREAS, the State Road De- regular session. The reception for the Pastor and his and
IMPULSES AND and approved by the Board as read following mem to cultural practices I I
ENERGY TO THE INHABITANTS by the clerk. partment of Florida has authorized bers were present:: Clyde Hunter, family at the Woman's Club in recommended by Land Grant:j BRYANT PHILLIPS ANNIVERSARY -

OF SAID CITY AND OTHER The Board agreed to pay the and requested Hamilton County to Chairman, Johnny Butler Allen B. White Springs; next Sunday December Colleges and local county agentsto CELEBATION

PURPOSES/FOR THE PERIODS amourJfbf $20.00 per month for rentto furnish the necessary rights of way Tyre, Frank Matthews and'E. V. II 15 from 8 p.m.: to 9:30 p.m. 'produCe maturefull bodied, i I

OF 25 YEARS AND REGULA- the town of Jennings for the borrow pits and easements for that Stormant. The superintendent and I Everyone is cordially invited to grainy, tobaccos which are desiredby ( Bryant Phillips American

'_*. TING THE SAME." A motion to I building no Vused 'for the Health portion: of Section 32500, extending secretary. Harry. .T. Reid was come and meet them at this time. domestic*and foreign i Legion Post No. 215 will have its
this Ordinance on first reading !.Office, said office being also used from State Road 25 easterly along :present. users. AnnIversary, Celebration December
.... pass Growers have been furnished '
and NE 3rd Street in add-
made Street ,
only was' as a voting place irt that precinct. NW 3rd
t ;-tl: as read by title The meeting +I 113 1963, at 7:30 p.m. at J. R E.
with itional
I was opened information in
":o f., by Councilman Norris with a sec- Mr. W. D. Stewart, Road Superintendent Jasper to NE 2nd ave. Christmas Party a statement Lee High SchooL This celebration
and located -prayer by Rev. Hendley. enclosed with the
Courtoy. Motion car- was present at the board which'has been surveyed 1964 allotment
.ond Public Mayor'meeting on said Or- meeting and stated that there was by the State Road Depart- I Rev. Hendley George L. Smith To Be Held In notice.Exports. I will I r include* a program beginng at

dinance will be held January 6, 1964 an old air conditioner unit that was ment as shown by a map on file J. Addie Smith, Drew Grantham, of U. S. Flue-cured to-'. 7:30 and a Social afair beginningat

> The Clerk was instructed to add left at the camp that had been removed -in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit :Barney Burnham, and Johnny Mus 'White bacco during the 1962-63 marketingyear : 9:30 p.m.Legionnaires.

:32.10; to the 1963 Tax Roll for some from the Hamilton County Court of said County, and in the 'grove .representing the Calvary SpringsShephen declined 53 million pounds, or I|I and Auxiliaries

Jeased property of the,G.S.&F, Health Building and there was also office of the said Department 'at ,Baptist Church, were present and 11 percent, from the preceding,from: six ((6) surroundJne- counties-
Railway upon motion by Council- an old stove and desired to know Tallahassee and asked about Foster Music Clubs and have been invited to help celebrate

...,;.1'.. ,Norns. with a second byCouncflrnan whatjhthe...board-,wanted him to do WHEREAS. the said Department 'i located near the securing school bus some land the White Springs Womans Club marketing year. Buyers for foreign(tour Anniversary. We also inviteing
Dunaway..Mutiot car-. with these. and,theboard.notijiedhim ; will l not begin-construction of said garage, will sponsor the Annual :Christmas users explained that they were unable -
..J'Tied.. that if the 'same could not be portion of said Section b said County :for buildJrig'a church. Mr.Heid re- Party for friends of music In White to Hot the types and grades I I the Public to come out and helpmakeu.w

..,. The City Manager gave a reporton salvaged to junk same. until title to all land necessary ported that the Hamilton County Springs and surrounding communities they wanted in the 1962 crop Insufficient ) Anniversary. a very successful -
., the progress of the sewer lines for'said portion of said Section hasbeen 'Development Authority had an option quantities. Increased actIvity -( one.
RULES AND REGULATIONS vested in said I will be held in the Withe for the Social will be
.and streets repalrsA'motion conveyed to or en this entire tract as an industrial by exprt buyers on the market ''Admission
was made by Councilman ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF State by said County, and said : park. The Board will be Springs Woman's Club Friday, Re- this year Indicates an Increase I and $1.26 at the-
Dunaway with a second by COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT lands are physically cleared of all 'glad to give consideration to the cember 13, 7:30 p.m. in door.

Councilman Owens to pay the following -REGULAR MEETING, Dec. 3, 1963 occupants, tenants, fences, build- :Calvary Baptist Church if the pro- Special! decoration, refreshments, exports during the current Willie S. Turner AdjutantPost
monthly bills. Motion car- IN REGARD TO ROAD EMPLOY ings and/or other structures and 'perty should: be available. and the singing of carols win usherin marketing year. Further increasesin No. 215 s

.... Tied EES. Improvements upon or encroaching I The financial statement for the the Chritmas Season. Everyoneis exports in the years ahead are
V .Burrough's Corporation ....... 50.00 1. SICK LEAVE within the limits of the land re- invited to attend in prospect if farmers continue

Scarfs Standard Station ..3.75 Employees are allowed twelve days Quired for said portion of said Section month of November was presented: Highlights of the program will be to improve the quality of U. S. the tobacco

'Wainer Brothers, Inc. 250-XX per year. Leave may accumulatenot : and RECEIPTS and: BALANCESTotal "The Christmas tobacco. price support under a
i Hamilton County Hospital ...10.00 to exceed sixty days for a WHEREAS, the said County is Receipts from State Story In Art" presented The Chairman also announced marketing quota program, the level

Americal Oil Company .... 122.90 period of1. 'five years. Employees financially unable at this time to Sources ................ 70,901.00 by Rev. Sayer Canova of that the discount variety program of support (55.5 cents per pound)
"Wt G. D. Chevrolet Company 30.93 most be sick or have sickness in provide the necessary funds to acquire Jasper and a Christmas playlet by I adjusted in direct proportion to-
+ Total Receipts from Local on fluecuredtobacco will continue
.. 55.10 the immediate family that requires said rights of way. borrow 5th and 6th grade students under ; I
Lewis Motor Service Company Station 4.60))his' presence in order to obtain. the oitsand easements; now therefore, Sources ................ 16,611.32 the direction of Miss Mildren in, effect on, the 194 crop. Under I farmers any change The the price of things
Beane's 1963-crop
Laundry and Dry I i benefits provided herein. be it. Investments .......... 118,849.54 Shiver White Springs High SchooL this program, discount varietiesare .level' 56.6 support

Jasper Cleaners .................. 42.38 2. VACATION TIME. RESOLVED. that the State Road Grand Total ............ 206,361.86 supported at one-naif the support i Marketing was cents per.for pound.
Western Auto Associate, Store .99 ,All employees are allowed one Department of Florida be and it is Beginning Balance and for other varieties. quotas flue-cured
radky's Standard Service : week during Christmas holidays. hereby requested to pay for the Expenditures and Balances: Civics Class To The 1964-crop support level will tobacco were approved for the 1962.

Station 3.25 3. HOUDAYS BE OBSERVED. rights of way, borrow pits and Total Administration .... 1536.63 be announced early next year. As t 1963 and 1964 crops by 98.1 percentof

Bennett's Fire Fighting : All employees are allowed the easements for said:road, includingthe Total Instruction ........ 53798.48 ,Display Christmas directed by legislation governing. the growers voting in a referendum -

Equipment ...........'.. .. .4.50 removal of' buildings fences Total Auxiliary Services ..5,607.79 held December 12 196L

Motorla ...........:... 21.00 ,' -- and other structures and'Improvements Total Maintenance of Plant 451.03 Scene Iii ParkA .
CorporationNorth ..6.16: thereon, end! ,for other expenses 8/9 990 KNOW?
Lanier Systems
Telephone Co. 67.79; F"mancend Taxation ...... 566.97. ,of acquiring title to said Total Operation of Plant .3229.76

Exterminating Florida ... 16.00 Legal ...........,............ 50.00 rights of way borrow pits and ease Total Fixed Charges ....\ 456. >0 Jasper High ,School Civics

"Oridn Revenue Fund 29.00 Insurance ................ 1437.92 ments by purchase or condemnation Total Cash and Reserves 141,281.27 class has constructed a Manger As the Christmas season approaches, American families' wftl

+ 'Utility Jasper System Amoco ervice 29.68 Public Relations .......:.... 100.00 from such funds and under Grand Total ............ 206,36L86A Scene for display In the City Park continue Yul. traditions which began many years ago. From

F. B. Harrell ... 4a.87 Police Department ...... 1,690.61 such conditions as are set out in' motion was made by Mr., Matthews during the Ouistmas.holidaYS'. the pages of the Encyclopedia Americana, hero are some fads
3.75Mollie's Fire Department .......... 451.05 the contract hereto attached and Under the direction of their tea- about Christmas
'. : Sheriff Charlie Rhoden ; seconded by Mr. Sormantand popular cusoms that may bo new to you.
........ 75.00 .
26.65 Building Inspection be It further cher : .
Restaurant .. carried that this report be .Mrs Bertha Register ,the
9.66 Public Works: RESOLVED that !said: County The Christmas
Suwannee Store adopted. class has secured the materials and first
Public Buildings ,........... 105.49 '
209.89 its Board of County Commissioners
Oil Company through carols dancedto.
-cities Service asked artistically the life-size were
Rev. Hendley about buying prepared
Street Department ........ 1,888,95Garbage :
.. 89.80 with the
.. comply re-
Overall Service Carolers took
Tropical Department ...... 665.57 some old tires from the school bus 1 figures. Completing the sanding, .
Gulf Service .... 2.10 quest of said Department and pro
Jerry Smith's Cemetery .................. 233.90 vest in said State garage. Prices for second hand ,; painting, and water proofing each hands and formed a j
743.01 cure. convey or
Florida Power Corporation. .62.82 Public Welfare u............ 30.00 the free clear unencumbered tires will be secured from two or part of the scene took the classof ring, singing as they

The Sandlin J. O.Auto Burch Parts Co. .; 37.97 Total Disbursements ...... 7,997.71 title to'all lands necessary for said three places and then tires. will be fourteen boys and girls nearlyone went collection! round..f Th.English first
Total Cash Available November
1.40 portion of said Section, and deliverto offered for sale. : 'month.
Van H. Priest. 30. 1963 .............. 10,004.22Utilities carols was printed In
the State Road said The
A. Levin & Son ....h>. 17.97 Department transportation report bribe In this project a real experimentbeen
Revenue Fund 1521. Of the
E. C. Browne Co. 6.60 System lands physically clear of all occupants second month of school was given: experienced by the 'students. songs '
Available November
...... 5.75 Cash tenants, fences, buildings Included, The Boar'sHead
Wallace Equipment Co ..... in detail by Mr. Reid. Evans Products Company contributed -
1963 .; ........17519.86 ,Carol" is stilt
and/or other
t Co. .802.04 : structures and improvements -
Oconee day Products RECEIPTS: Mr. Zeb, Lackey architect from the exterior plywood. Lewis

Hamilton County Bank (Debit) 2.28: Water Service ............ 2408.10 within situate the limits upon or encroaching -Valdosta Ga. talked to the Board Lumber Company donated; material sung at Cfuoens Christmas bay
of the land College,
Davis Meter,'& Supply Co..Inc... 54.681 Sewer Service ............ 1,596.00 required for said portion of said about services for the school bond- for the construction of the stable Oxford. '

King Hardware Company 53.27 i Water Deposits ............. 100.00 Section, and that the Chairman and ing program. The Board members and the City of Jasper agreedto AaNitc
Crane Supply Co. ............. 63.00 -.1Myc"pe"
further businesS I Withholding .i the Clerk of this Board be and thev and superintendent agreed to meet furnish the ghtlng:. The High ,.,Y.1. 5 pp. and (
There being no
Security .............. 42.45
i Social are hereby authorized and directedto Mr. Lackey in Valdosta on Saturday School Agriculture Department win] r1: rJI:;; _
the meeting adjourned. Insurance .................. 22.50 l..J: i .fJE
Chairman Eugene C Lahg i execute and deliver on behalf of December 7 and go through build the stable
Total Receipts4.232.05 said County to said Department the some of the school t 1M Christmas card did not como Intofeting
ATTEST Lillian L. Bembry Total Cash Available .... building that Through projects such as this
City Clerk DISBURSEMENTS 21J51.91 Contract: in the form hereto attached he designed.The your school encourages the development q until the middle of the 19th Can-
Financial Report November 1963GENERAL : : and be it further minutes of the I :fury. Today It has become a Yulo tradition -
General! Operations ...... 1,427,55Water regular and of a healthy community
FUA'DCash Plant ................ 257.89 RESOLVED. Board be., that and the lie attorney forthis special meeting held in November spirit The cultivation of civic mind J1 i- and approximately 2 billion cards

Available, November 1. Water Lines ............ 1.171.42Sever Is herebyauthorized 6, 1963 were read. A motion 'was edness \itaIln the education of ar.'now mailed annually In the United
and directed to Slafos.fncyd.
1963 .2,692.51 Plant ................ 4L52 take the proceedto made by Mr. Stormant, secondedby our citizens of tomorrow.The h
RECEIPTS: necessary steps for the e.4te Americana V.t i .. 42)Tho
Water Deposit Refunds., 75.00
1963 Taxes ....11,360.14 County to acquire in the name of Mr. Matthews:.and,carried, that members o fthe class are
Total Disbursements ....
5,530.19 said County by donation they be adopted. 9th GRADE
Less Discount .. ,339.92 11020.22 Total Cash Available. November purchase
Cigarette Tax 2663.61 or condemnation said rights of way The minutes of the special meeting = Dan Holbvay \
30, 1963 ....:?.......... 16,221.72
Licenses ..\.................. 47600 Utllty Sinking Fund borrow pits and easements for said held on November 12 4563, Mike Hudson original St. Nicholas
Fines ...' 418.75' Cash Available, November, portion of said Section and to prepare were read. A motion was made by Steve Mitchell fired In Asia Minor; during

"Mayors Fees ... 14.00)() 1. 1963 .................... 96303 its in.the name of said County by :Mr. Matthews seconded by Mr. Buster McDaniel the <4th Cnlury, and was
Garbage .3.s. 24.50Building RECEIPTS demnation County Commissioners all con- Stormant acid carried ,that they Billy Morgan tho patron saint .f maidens -

Permits *., 54.50 Utility Taxes ............... 93754 Pleading papers. affidavits and be adopted.The Ronnie Morgan children, merchants
Weed Cutting ... 52.00 Total Receipts .............. 937.54 and prosecute all condemnation minutes of the special meet Steve Tuten and sailors. Our present
Cemetery Lots ..... 85.00 Total cash available t ...... 1900.67 proceedings to judgment :day Santa Claus comes byway
; and furnish to the ing held on November 2&. 1963, Mary Ryder
Miscellaneous ...... 5.00 DISBURSEMENTS None Depart- of Holland, whr4 Ho
Withholding Tax ..-.<.. 281.10 Total Cash Available, November 30. ment the abstract search provided were read. A motion was made by 10th GRADE :"=; ;was known as Sant Niko-

Social Security 139.74 196 3.................... 1900.67 for of said Contract Mr. Stormant ,.Seconded by Mr. Bernice Fry ': Laos, traveled on a grey ;
Insurance a.... 75.00 Utility Sinking Reserve FoodTime Florida Tyree; and carried that they be RucheDe Odom ,
horse and loft In tn
County of ,Hamfltoo N
Receipts 15, 0942 adopted. Winston .
Deposit Pittmanvja o
November 30, children's shoes Cuid.J.kts
Total Cash Available '.:.. .18,001.93DISBURSEMIIVTS 1963 ................... 13,000.00 hereby Is certify that. the' foregoIng : -. There being no .further :business 11th GRADE ina*Eve. on ., Ibcyclepeth.
a true and '
: Renewal and Replacement FundCaSh' correct copy ofresolution the meeting* was adjourned. Mollie Dunnaway a ,A
Mayor and Council ... ...... .passed by the, Board"oi ,
35.00 :
available., November. 30. ( ATTEST Harry T. Reid Supt. ., Lillian Riley 20 322 .
:Management,- office. .-:.. 667.25 ,1963,..... ..... ........ J6.080.00 (Continued on Pag 3) I ,;.:-, Cycle Hater Chairman. Etda Starling ti; ; ., .ai r V.t. ". 7 -" y .
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...J.ASPER.FLORIDA FridayDccemberI3,1963:

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: ;: .responsibflities.. !LMobfle iMaryVan.. .. L uven..We hope for a hot drink and thee -lovielyu| olehouse and Christmas-ideas,,tie go to bed the head of the house
6t' -- \.tJ. _.u... H--: i refrigerated health units: a quick recovery .for Mrs. Van cake made by Mrsl&fainie Bryan. used. J' :

: .i't have ben presented to.several-new k iLeuyen.I j ;> jholdXThe dad If fortune enough
ip. art" "rj t't]4. est Inside Home Dqcorf.tioo.SiXBest. .. I
: l ffie Advem'airistiaxr I
African nationse PetBence.'.. 'y ..l...7 :d ", .. : .' to have gat.Tref *r Qt@W
"t. .
,, : :'r s. '.1 ;- .r i : i bane\ : a. devotional service ,Qui thJa child's .room-.deco/aooh.-:
"" r paygifts.S TIi ;MaIJ 4 ,\V TJeY--t.Piano: sttfdents. ;' hoyv. ; The Christmas Story taken from
.. : i-r.YQj "
.1. r q fl(.Yo' h ldOQ1'r ) :, t1. Ste..Tucke. .'i. ld Supta.f; ; .. .Oinisjnas.recital will"be < ., f Ifj( 1' h rte 5 irtp.':.i :.ifa afternoon December f20tb)at ,!:"hortfHlevDtkjoal' Jasper"\ the. $* I .1a ...
1:1:.; ,., i .. Jf r'C".1'\ .. iFjaday >e na. ap pStheirroama2it By all jneansvrget-:your"Bay*"* ,
; : '& ,titHe'wne.>: ...r the stuard/ItVuTbVfottowfeff-'by: a Christmas- or'Cfinstv $:Dairy .,,.r] ,
; I 't: .: I .. J .: '. .. t -t";.J.' '.' 1 .1,I ;Q '". wit nse judged'sttictiy.C.ommerclal, > j( Berry Candles",' readyfor it tra'ditkm /
H I' J. i iI .. I ."Mrs.'Fred* XT ,>T- ylpr-is-in,4Orlando* ;* '* '& ';Christmas, party; V : : \', ti@ay evening'!Dec. 22 the __, ,T.Ttie Best Bibicalpr Religious RiTIawarded to burn these, :on Chrfsfenas.

-I .... > -. \ "" ', ;' i Eve, Christmas night and New
'. J ,;4 '1lt : R... ? this week with hTt/lsterv'who is'ill. vent Christian church will cele- a prize this includes
..1ori29s1' \ .'1 ) A )title son Charles Stephens was '' Years Eve night until they are
II 1Yc gone
e.i 7.Vir asa.11DIa. ., brate a white Christmas.This is;churches church buildings and
IL .' born to Rev. and Mrs. Charles Cour a dedication hour dedicating self. -['places used for worship. We will and its a must to have these good

Mrs. ML L. Powell presents her toy December 9, at Lakeland, Fla. service, and substance for the igor'as far out o flown to judge as is luck bayberry candles you know.
The minister told this story Sun- study stalks left to sprout'agaiii.. The have little year I i ireasonable. ''You
Courtoys two girls know \
piano pupils in a Christmas recital that is These the old proverb "Bay-
< coming pledging oneself responding call
day of traffic tie up in New York} . SchoolI who are visiting their:grand parents I! berry Candles burned to the
in the Christmas I I. December 16. at the High to better more devoted service'to''I the'president Mrs. Walter Havener socket -
the day. Some week ruch late in Mr. and Mrs. Harry Basset: and I auditorium at 7 o'clock in the even Mr. and Mrs. C. ti. Courtoy at the Kingdedicating on'e sub'c'' :write her a card or see her but.' bring luck to the house, food to...

His was mouthing aboutit children of Quincy spent1\ Sunday i 1g. Santa's Toy shop is the title this time. tance or material things-all making -[:It please Decorate and make Jasper,the Larder and Gold to the pocket.
campanion replied "Isn't it,with'Mr, ,and Mrs. Win Carter. of the play. The public is invited. I Rev. Charles Courtoy'1s pastor of for a deeper spirituality in 1 beautiful. Mrs .Havener's phone 1 "These bayberry candles burnedto .
amazing that the birth of little! .
a 4 the Crystal Lake Methodist Churchat church membership.A dumber is 938-2553 as she' is an the end assure our good people of
child I
in obscure '
an village of Pales Mrs. Sayer Canova and boys ministers Lakeland, Florida ". fortune and friends. Not only at -
The of the Jasperchurches Jennings
tine 2,000 could Christmas party in the Sunday'scho exchange. '
years ago cause a have returned from visit''to S
a her Christmas but all
? this through the
have ladies night .
traffic jam In New York. ::>l annex will follow the Wednesday .
parents':in' Plainwell, La.f Mrs. Arthur Roberts, Messrs. 'shall their glow be symbolic of hope
". Thursday at the home of the Pres GARDEN CLUB NOTES
evening service at the Advent
'I have always e ., thought of't..thesalvation .I 1 i I[' Why have'?Zoning 1 laws'if'tfiejf are 1 byterjan.. Van ?ants_ ___. '.A ? :,*_hosts Clarence"a? and Eugene House"Raq ff.will reception be I Christian Church. The ladies -of the'Woman's |t I. Tbgsalamanders; ,are arsin taking,-and good cheer.. ." .. ...\- .-- .... .
an "Open '
Army The Baptist Lydia Circle met Home theGty cemetery. Lets all ga out
as an ideal-an or- .:not en brcd! : and Foreign Missionary Members of the Tri Columbia
honoring the Mr. and County (
ganization holding to the noblest j Someone sell Monday evening at the Power society wil lhave the and fight these awful pets. If..the "
j j I asked me to an acre Mrs. Oscar Ratliff Golden Wedding pro- Suwannee, Hamilton. Home.i .
of our Christian faith. I loved the of land'in 'the city limits. "I want Lounge for the regular meeting gram in the church proper. It is for City Council: Mayor or City Manager Demonstration
Day December 22nd 3to 5 in the' Cubs met Friday
which in this instant Christmas has a suggestion Just let
tamborines and the Christmas"mus a the entire membership Gifts will be
to have for andhogs"
a pasture cows December
I Gin the
All ate educational build
ic thru the,sweet faded woman in ,,. 'I told him thecity..would not dinner party. The long dinning friends invited.No exchanged and games.played.and.then .,) Its sad to' see them "in .a I ling the First "
formal invitations Baptist Church Jasper
withwhite cloths will sent. lace that should be a beautiful -
the stmhf bonnet. I kinda brought allow it within the incorporate li- tablewas.cpvered refreshments i for
and down the I And this is how it was 50 years 'garden in fthose who [ instructions on mating and
me.back'to: right-thinking: mits.1: "Wd' said they would if he, center the red poin- memory o | framing of pictures. .
But with settas. The buffet table was cover- SPORTS NEWSDublin were placed there. j
now the guitar and the the ago.Miss j
kept hogs penned
modern slang,- I wonder. Seemswe Is' that true I did up.not argue-t led with a lovely white cloth with Julia Parrish of Sparks, Ga. High School Football team . 'I Mrs. Robert HaD of Tallahassee
become the .bride Mr. .was the efficient instructor. A
a and Christmas wreatmAlftn of Oscar : good
heed some one-or something to just said I wouldn't sell. holly won the South Georgia final game [ No matter our belief we aQ want crowd '<
keep: us steady.: I'I I'd like to eeji Iib 6;?; Wnces'- white red and, ,green. A large Ratliff of Bakers Mill, Florida Dec with Thomasville last week which to'set aside one day In the year fortfthrist's 'j ly attended..' . '
13 1963
1 I I published---lli see just.. h ere. wdo e platter of turkey and dressing was ceremony was perfor- made them eligible to play in the ( Birthday for its far more Dogs in ....
Maybe it was only.the widows stand. l/..! \\,' lf.' j J-the feature-with salads, beans dell, Ga. Julia and Oscar; Ratliff State Final, Class A with Tucker ijnpbrtant i than mine: Yours or our|I citizens awake.our neighborhood keep

might they got-=-but 0 the widows This I know-wfre:; 'lcari never peas coffee and chocolate cake and med in the Methodist'Ctiurch of A High School in Atlanta last Friday j f d.i< 1dren's for he must come first

might In the unseen Hand! have a town to a&ract.newcomers+ mutt ambrosia tor desert. have lived all their married life night. They won this game with[ j in 1 i our hearts. Its alright to cel e-I
-S. The Royal Service fol- in Bakers Mill and Jasper. score of 1213.;. /* I rate"with nice clean fun and
if hog pens.. and 'sucnuare ,Jntany program j! usually -I
James and Helen Rutledge and corner as for thatmnsanitary :3>re- lowed and the business meeting i George Sapp is the assistant I! Christian! gather at the churchNeW HELP STOP

sons Jimmy and Robert were here I 4 mesis of any kind Is.iheref inspection ,. with the offering tak n. A box of In Sunday Times Union in the coach of this outstanding' team.i IThose i Years and Christmas Eve I

last week. They live now at Tyn ? Or is theretpnsctfont: : : ''fOOd is to be sent out at Christmas Women page is Club program Jobis attending his game from Jas ]Nights. Then we have the old traditions MALICIOUS a.

dale Air Base be coming! I j.I We have rightjiJ[ ;;;:not>.tofcgw! to' some ''family-The; exchange of Party Trying, Taxing!,. turbu per were David Barker and Carl handed down from grand
again during the"Christmas holi- point of harm! to another. Cnrlscmas gifts was made. lent. Ivey Carter. parents. We go out as a family cut: W OODS

dayf. I', I r Then -cleamf"ptime which (j I Every club women should read it George is a hometown boy and I down the Tree then we aU get together i _

James was on overseas duty andcame '
home when Judge Rutledge "Africa is a school starved contin 1 chore And thanks to the Florida small clubs had troubles-not so.
: .
wasfso ill. Later. he was assigned to nent. Only 10 percent o fan Afri Power It seems program building any- Evelyn Shepherd was hostess for u
a home base. cans can read or write. I where is a trying experimentoneto the Weslyan Guild Monday even- (l (/ReH C(J iI! ? _

5S In all of Nigir2.6 million population ,. Those present Monday evening make us understand.. the problems ing December 9 at her home on ,
Collards are a choice dish in this only 26.000j ypungst erg receive were Norah Page, Jewel Smith involved. Mulberry St. Christmas decorations I S

part o fthe world. There's been a any education 'at ill: Myrtle White, Audry Wetherington, i gave a holidy setting for the program -, If you feel like you want quality
nice bunch of them on my way j i When Independence came to the, Effie Dedge, Blanche Deas, Fay When Mrs. J. T .Bridges and which was given by Lucile !

from town. Yesterday they were Conga,only 12 college trained men t Sapp, Georgia Smith, Lottie Jacobs Mrs. Ernest Chandler went to Virginia Leslie-the Christmas story in'' electrical work at reasonable

stripped clean of the leaves-the were:'on hand to assume national I Minnie Powell, Marjorie Dedge, to spend Thanksgiving; with scripture: and in"poetry.: j
.. I Virgie Hyman, Francis Carious, Son Stamps at Stanton Military Soft music-was played thru out prices, then call us today.

and Mrs. Gay. I II I'Academy the ygot In touch with the evening.. ,| t '' S

Leon Sandlin and his roommate Jim The social- hour followed with ....
NOTICE OF ELECTION I The love o feducation is a requisite Hull students at University of Virginia delightful refrestrr eats. j ) .

.. of being educated. and made it a Thanksgiving .. V I USEDTVONLY : .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the I. ,party I with the Stanton Football Electricty according; ; to scientist ; ;; i

General'which will be'eYected-a Mayor for She said Sometimes we sit and tame and the Thanksgiving dinner is not much of anything when1 it is I s $50
think and sometimes we just sit." afterward. not in motion. I
the period of 4 years and 2 councilrfteri for the period i I I S. -*" .. 'i' 'i ..- ? 2 I USED
:}f 4 years each will be held on the.'f'irst:: Tuesday, in iJ J Christmas day should be the joy The W. S. C. S. had their annual A kind j.heart:, a ,friendly >mile .. .
ous time "He is here! Not the letdown Christmas party Monday afternoon the warm hand .of fellowship- :
March, 1964 which is the 3rd day of the mor th and Refrigerator .
feeling of "Goodness Fm glad, sES
\December 9 in the Educational these are some simple.thing that
that candidates- these of f icies a' /1.;g4uiredsto, file that's :
: over. building The decorations were beau would help wonderfully! in saving :
petition for=nomination signed by tO, ,qviaHfiep electors It is within our control toNmakeChristmas 1''tifuL Special guests were Rev. and distressing htmhanr'oblems' ES- I J ONLY $75' r '
: .. : .
the Day of days. Mrs. Booth. : c ,
tif"December 1963
not earlier: than the 4th day : 1
Mrs. Ponce Sandlin the The Garden TCiuhhaS Christmas .
i presented : ,. S THEM '
and not later than January 2nd;t964: If more than ; Mrs. Lois Curry and Mrs. Murphy Program-the Christmas story as party this r ltiLtk: the Power '3:*_vtn draw Hit: pjjns myself: "* ;. ..

two candidates are nominated i foryany office then ..8prJ..mary Smith President and Vice president recorded in Scripture and poetry Lounge. They ;"U. be.Jte Quist- ,. .. BEFORE YOU .

election wilr be held bn'HKe: first Tuesday in of tb Woman's Club ,went t..with Ujesearz"ie Si gifts ." 'Jo. .. BUYIT.. i:
> tojHamUton Hospital..to3pdt t-'wywooMl" fiave'reacfed+ had'W bee Everyone h-f. some hingn -
February\which,is_ the 4th daj jaLFebijuary, 1 1964.'t. :uprCtiitistrpattree., This is done in Bethlehem when Christ was of the refresnfnerfti whir Put it in "

This -27.H# a3,''bf NoveM 9 I annnaDy 1 i' .'- .( ,(born the surprise(;;class which is good.'
.to: I J By ordeV3jHneCity J Qouncil ll i A gift was presented to Rev. and :BUILDERS' i=L Cr&CAk' +PLUMBING SUPPLIES'*
i Mrs. Bob Ehlert was clled to Mil- Mrs. Booth. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bowers and I

< .. .. Lillian L. Bejmbrjr! City Clerk ford Michigan Monday nifo becauseof Refreshment time-was -the-social l three sons will be guests at Hick-
,. the nllness of her mother, Mrs. hour with cookies and sandwichesNEWGHEVELLE pry Bottom for at Ifastpart of the SV 23801I'

.M ...........,-. -' -. ,. ... '.. ... ." holidays.' Mrs. Bowers' is the oldest
3" / ..daughter of the late Mr. Walter
... Havener.: *

: !, ..K.. I was baiting f for news and not :; STUMP BROS.

....., ...,") 4 getting much and said.." I hopeyou'll a it- :
; ., : have a happyboldayWiU' \
: : '1 ,
. -. ., : -:..,; : rm"sure "a typical reply from_ a n'
: ,. . r i; BY; -. .' ': 300 South Valdosta
-..1: .' c: ...' '- CHEVROLETThe lady who has a bright'outlook on I Patterson Georgia .. '.
!:u;., ., :t ''tea kind of jo-C er VS-you'd expect life"come fair or foul weather." :
I. I i ..
: : : from one of Chevy's great highway Marian Vickers ,"
daughter of Mr. !
I .
i 1'L'' -.' I'- ..- .. performers. Come on down and drive :t.'f,1 and Mrs. Louis Smith Vickers of I I'i'l ; : BUILDING :
.' Jacksonville formerly of Jasper is \ :

::; ; ; ?;" : a High School Senior at Terry Par- ..
\ 0'i '
: ker High School in that City and

tL : r. has recently won several outstand ." .;. SUPPLIESQUALITY !:; ..
ing honors. She was elected Sweet- t

,', heart of the Key. Club (boys club) .
/h kind of comfort. you'dexpect .rC Terry Parker; She is Organiza- l'j:; .. ... .
In a large Interior. t. i ; tional editor o fthe, school annual: '
She was voted The most coveted FIRST -
;: Come on down and sit In It.
superlative the senior class also .
'f< ,... best all round girL She was also ... ..

h -.!.'.'o .. It crownef'lIissTerry: Parker High 54" Ext. Plywood .

School' rectnly On the night of;: I' 4x8 sheet .i''.''': -. ... ... $2.95> ..
November the 19th, with eighteen j ; n.
: _y girls from all Jacksonville schools I| J4" AD Plywood : t'
": : .
it sponsoring them .was briefed for! t 4x8 Sheet .'. ,' .'. . .. . 2.65r." ,
the Jacksonville Junior Miss Con- :
test. The 'city of Jacksonville:: sponsors i I AD Plywood ;. ':
a .A
t being the Jacksonville Jaycees 4x8 Sheet . . . . . .
Marian Vickers selected dirt '
was "
ing a conference in the Atlantic !I 1/2 CD Sheathing PlYwood I o IT

Coast Line'Railroad building along { 4x8 Sheet : . :.* . . ". d.Op-:
with.the other girls from their '
I schools *;The new Jacksonville Junior :- r. LTISlb. 95';

-- .- ;' Miss Win -be selected in the i Roii . . . . . ._. _.._ .
., .... .. Civic.Auditorium theatre at 7:30 in
t2351b. .
;. .:it; '\ The kind of fresh styling Inside and out- .. the evening in December 21st. Bird TB Shingles, 15 year Bond '' J

if( '' *, that makes It the Dom'a smartest surprise.) .: Seats are being reserved for some I ., Sq . : . . . . 6.75VPjfejiung
f.. r" New ChettlU>? Ifoltdt Sport Coupe of brian> relatives ,
Come down and stare f an dwellwishers. Door
Units .
\ > -t on
.4 Marian's aunt here is Mrs. Gra I

ham Black and her uncles are the 3'o"x6'8"EachChris .7. . . lO URaillitc

t Now-Chevy spirit in a new kind of carl tion Vickers girl Boys.and works Marian in is the a South- ,, Laminated Plastic Counter Top .QQ

side Baptist church as does her ti. Sq. Ft. . .'. .., ... . . ."*'
IiWe: built this one to do more than just stand around way it muffles noise and cushions bumps. .

.looking beautiful. Held its weight down in the 3,000And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen shows parents. I Solid* Vinyl Tile -i .

pound, range.. Then built four J Justy engines-twt('s es up beneath this one's suave good looks, too. JASPER GAR, k Cum. I .9.x9Ead1. . . . . . .!&

.and Iwo V8's-with output aU the'way up to 220 horses I Sound good?There's more.Like the fact that Chevelle SPOXSCHRISTMAS I P -F nisb..J Mahogany Paneling

And 'if. that makes think this is frisky in three series with eleven models-convertibles DECORATIONS > 4 OA
you one carydu've comes ,
4x8 Sheet
. . . . .
got the right idea. sport coupes sedans, wagons even Super Sport models We are not trying so hard to win '

You've also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch with front bucket seats. like the fact that (and see if as we 'are to make these less fortunate y tShectrock.t. .

wheelbase keeps it highly! maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all) the happy. Its such a little that I 4x8PerM. : 44.00

,traffic and very. easy to park. new Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price! we can do in the birth of Christ to J : :
make little one older all PLAIN CEIUNG TIii"u
With its Pull Coil suspension, it's got a ride' Like to hear more?The listening's wonderful of -. .'
us happy and if stringing a few 12 x 12 Each . . .
:that reminds you of the Jet-smooth kind the' at your Chevrolet dealer's-and so's the driving.WSai bright lights wil help to lets do it. 'I. .

t:" o w..d.t Out of town judges and artists Common Nails Ii

._ 'See free eafcrtly different items of cars at jour Chevrolet Sbeffreea-CfKMBlET, OKVEL1E, ClEW n, CtltMK i C8WETIE will be in a class of the rown and. ;. Keg . ,,8.50.
day evening; December 23rd. 'J ."* *-II' *\rSeeUs .. .
.u. .
E -1tiUT mark your calendar. First p Sol t :, : 9- .r :; 'i ... ".
and Wcoad and third place'hoD \

tis ; : > CHEVROLET T able mention for both white | For. AIl. .'Your_ ..Building Needs '

**' .. GpINe.I colored citizens. **"( :'I."! ""' 'J'F
v" \\ ," .Her is how it is: /
i .. '
." 1. Best Doorway k. .. We Deliver
';. : & "Anywherei
i'f.JASPEft; : FLORIDA : .: 2. Best Outdoor Christmas;Tree a**:}'. t

3. Best "aHover" decoration the I._ _.-' ,' .. F 1L -
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Ill Friday,.December, 13. '1963, .. .' ,. THE/ASP.ER.NEW3' / J-ASPER.- FLORIDA PAGE THREE

COUNTT INDIGENTS: ,".-' 'I Florida Power.-Corp.: 1 Phone service ..............- &50 Co.. ,Officersr &: Employees Retire- I Board'tq! advertise forbids for the

=.Hamilton County I Mrs: Ifae Long ..... ._.......l5:00I' : utilitieS. .................. 4106 Fla. Power Corp. Utilities .... 7.85 :njent Fund ............... 169.10 :following, same,to be effectiv* )Jan.' '
laaSsaJCribbs ......:.....;.10.00 Western Auto. Assodi ..SuppliesI I Gaylord Bros.-Inc., books .... Lewis Motor Co. Equip. '.J, 1363: 4 .: c J CARDS t:
Commissioners( I'' Eva tia,....,_..,,?.*.......i... 13.DO) ,! Jail: *..................:.. 23.33 Florida State' University ] 59.961 1| parts ,... ..............05.15 .j; 1. Creosote"and wood. preserver.
]I Ida Mae Smith ............ 10.00MrsT I II Home Gas, Co. Gas-Jail ,...,.. ,28.00C. ; Rental ....*......'.<............. 4.65 Whitehead Bd\-e..'0:>. Tools.. 8f63 2 Concretfr'P ipe peN -GFM f
i (Continued from Page 1) I : Frdnk'Mlller :.:..... 12.00 : :A- Avriett Conviction Flpea "i I Joseph Rudcka, Inc. books .. :52.40 M..; D. Moody &; Sons Dragline 3. Correlated..Metsl .
1 I \Lrs Jamesv Royals'.=........' Cbmm. CH\ Bond Est ,.... 113.27 ROAD & BRIDGE FUND J Payment ...........:.... 792.00 I. 4. tiiraber ? 61/J :. THANKS,
County Commissioners Hamilton '. .M1'$. Roscoe Cooper ...*.. 10.001' Charlie. Rhoden 'Sheriffs Cost &1 Salary-Road Employee I,Western Auto Assoc. Supplies 5.13 5.-Fuel _
County; ,Florida, at meeting held 'Jimmie' Gandy '............ 10.00 Feeding Prisioners ...,.. 1.006.451 Oneal Goolsby ............ 204.04 *Mercer Wooten Toots. ...... 21.30 Mrj-Tom Bridges and Watkins
r the 3rd '.day of December A., D.: Bessie Holloway .......... 12.00 Social Security Acct. .... .... W. S. Jackson .............. 80LS7 Sardlin Auto Parts Saunflers. appeared before the
1963, and recorded in the Conv Mrs.. Ruby Radford ---15M0: I Co. Officers & Employees L931 Alex Mathijr ............. 214.04 Accessories .... ... 26730 Board 'In regard to the Hamilton We take this opportunity to express
' missioners Minutes Annie Mae r Whitaker ...... 10.00 Retirement FuwJ ........ 9.36, W. D. Stewart' ............ 278.59 Sears & Sons, Inc. Parts .... 3.34 Couty Development: Authority our deepest appreciation for
IN. WITNESS THEREOF I hereunto ;Mrs. Margaret Bacon .... 10.00 Thejna Lewis Recording i i.cony. Hilton Westbery .......... 219.44 Gulf Oil Products After some discussion the board the kindnesses of our friends during -
set my hand and official seal I Allen McCain ......,..... 12.00 I II I II .... ,.. ... 1L05. John Ponrts ... .. ..... 173. 5 Gasoline ................ 204.45 stated tha this matter had been 'our recent distress-for the
this 3rd day of December A. D.. I Rance A. Andrews Co. Agent. .Sa!. 'I Roundtree & Son Funeral Home Virgil Williams ........... 191.04 Ring Power Corp. EquipmentParts brought to the' attention of the flowers .the cards the spoken wordsof
..'. 1963. I I and expense e ....:........ 30460;j., Cost:. Ret Autopsy as order by Randolph Turner ........ 178.35 & Repairs ...... ..... 479.20 Board when this fiscal years Bud- sympathy the food during the illness
Thelma Lewis I I C. A. AVriett Co. Atty. ....59..00County ..!. Co. Judge .. .. h...>. 55.00tSardlin Emery Grantham ........ 165.35 The Langdale.Ga. Cresoted get was being prepared and That of our loved ones,:Mr. and Mia
.;4 Clerk of the Board of .Commissioners Salary Auto Parts Supplies Ruben Daniels .......... 205.54 Lumber. ..:. .... 164.70 it was the.desire the Board to include ''M. C. Rhoden and later the death
:,.. .'.? r \JF'.i.' County Commissioners .I i Aaron Hogan :i............ U1.505Grover Jail .. :. ... '1.39' Pete Register ............;":A6S.. 5 .Whitehead Hwd Ox: Tools .... 80Jl some appropriations foe this
r 4 :f' ;t':. .. '.'& Of Hamilton_ County, Florida I Wheeler .........:'103.97 r ?**' LIBRARY 'FUND i Bill B. Norris ............ '23094 Shards& Baker, Inc. Road purpose but due to financial pur- of our father and uncle Mr. M. C.
}; (Seal) I Jack Vinson ............ 115.47 ,Blanche Deas Salary Nov. .139.75: Russell White ............ 158.35 Material ........ ......... 28.37 poses ,the ,Board:: "was unable to include Rhoden. We will keep you in re-
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I I Lawton McCulley ........ 103.97 'Kenneth Wood Salary Nov.' .. 15.00 i .J. L. Reeves ............ 16835 Douglas Radiator Shop this Item at that ,time.. The membrance.The.
RESOLUTION I!Guy McGhin ...............112.77' Social Security Acct. Nov. .... 5.85 : Bea Goolsby: .............. 15L75 Repairs-. ..................... 3.00 Board p'edsed' their support to include Rhoden family "
On motion of Commisioner Guy Isaac Chandler. .Jr. Exp. Colt Co. Co. Off. & Employees Retire- Isreal Stone. .............. 156.85 E. C. Browne Co. Supplies .... 7.53 same in the next fiscal bud- The stepdaughters Becky
McGhin, seconded by CommissionerAaron Agent ..*................... 75.00 ment Fund ............... 6.45 BiO Ponds ................ 15835i Fla. Power Corp. get, provinding funds .available. Register and Ruth Stabbins
Hogan the following resolution ,Th.e1ma.Lewis. Salary Nov453.30 ,Mrs. Blanche fleas Travel G. C. Browne ............ 225541 Utilities ................,. 57.17 There being no further business
was adopted: .Ann C. Malpas SalaryNov195.00 expense ............... .... 340 Norman Douglas ........ 19534 Keenan Welding Supplies 44.63 before the Board,' the Board, ad.
WHEREAS the State Road Department :Margaret Register Salary-Sect to. The Horton Co. Bookmobile Colonial Life Ins. Co. Dec..... 6.00 George Webb Chain Saw Parts & ; STAPLERS and STAPLES
/ of Florida has authorized I' 'Gx; Agent >............. ..32.33 I expense .................... 14.14 I Blue Cross-Blue Shield Dec. 92.00 Repairs 9.05 journed.Jack Vinson, Chairman
and requested Hamilton County to Wylma B,_White Salary & Expense .: No. Florida Telephone Co. Social Security Acct. ........ 153.23 The Clerk was Instructed by the Thelma Lewis, Cterfc THE JASPER NEWSY
furnish the necessary rights of .......
Home Agent: 256.77Ethel
Ii way .borrow pits and easements r I Dem. iqa; (!!II[ arssrss s cr x x'i srxx c>fi c tuxr cr l crsa. !?fiC :r : S S .! !:: .' .. csascr c BlBiA
G. Dedge Salary-Sect to; ---------:- ;; --::-- .--1 ,:: '
fo rthat portion of Section 325OO, Home'Dem*, Agent ........ 83.1t '-.' .
from State Road 25 Wes I
J extending O. O. Edwards Salary-Asst. St, :
p i; terly along Knowles street and Attorney........-........ 8.93!
Northerly along S. E. Central Avenue -, Salary St.
Wm. Randall Slaughter
;'': in .Jasper to Southeast 1st Street. Atty ........................ 16.56Irva ,!
which has been surveyed and locat- I'I'
} Akins Salary-Sect to Circuit 1 j *4
ed ,by the State. Road Department Judge ....................:. 26w7a-h
as shown by a map on file in the ,t The StorJ TOP
f N. H. Williams -Salary-yard Up;.'' Friendly
? office of the Clerk of the Circuit thek t Keep ........................ 4L57: r F.
( Court of said County .and in
Addie 'Mae Smith Salary-Clerk T.1 11 :
office of the said Department at C Office .:.................. 739J : where better quality
Tallahassee ,.andWHEREAS Kenneth Daniels Salary & Expense :
,'. the said Department t Co. Service Officer ...... 150.97]t! .actually costs less .
will not begin construction o{ said Gloria J. McCauley Salaryd3erkT. ;;

portion- ';of said Section in said A. Office ................ 12L56 .
county until title to all land necessary I
William Salary
for' 'said portion of said'sec Veterinarian- yser .............. 503.80 I. -
tion has oeen conveyed to or vestedin Salary- '.
Charlie Goolsby '
said :State by said County, and .Janitor ............. 18060 ,ft. -
said lands are physically clearedof .Julian Wood Salary-Civil Defense I :: ;:: i.41; "Santa's Gift Headquarters"L i

all occupants- tennants, fences, Director ..............'.112.771 J .,:Y'1'' 'ii-i\ .
buildings and/or other structures C:. ',ff tiers & Employees Retire
-. ............ ; )
ment !fund..t. '
I and croaching improvements within the upon limits or of the en- Social Blue Cross-Blue-S cu 1ty*Acct.Shield..............14304&1 4 >i=: < -. "Dear Santa, Of course I want something:to wear. :

land required for said portion of Cot Life Ins. Co. '............ 3.00 : I --.\. _, '. .
said Section ;and EXPENSF}-tQ. COMMISSIONERS : ,.. SPECIAL GROUPMisses
WHEREAS, the said County is 1 I .AarorvHogan. ............;. .. ;
financially unable at this time to Jack VTnson. >. ............-.. 6.251: t = LUXUJIIOUSLAMINATEDKNITCOATS A.. '' '
provide the necessary funds to acquire Guy McGhin ................ 6.25Lavyton f +tJ. 4. S FallSPORTSWEAR
said rights of way, borrow McCulley......... 6.25, S '" ; : ..
pits and easements; now therefore -'i Grover Wheeler. ............. 6.25 i I J : .
: be it, I Bud 'Billiard Rent-White Springs With detachable fur. Collar .
RESOLVED that the State Road I.i Healtn\CUnIc.\ ; Nov. ........ 20.00 I .. ;
Department of Florida be an it is State ''Treasurer' ; Contributions I. Durable, water repellant spot & Stain resistant ;: : :... .r..Piece reduced i

__ hereby requested to pay for the I' Nov... ...*..."?'...-.... 1,013.91 ., c jnl '
rights of way borrow pits and eaee I John fCAJcCdrmick I Misses sizes : 'Reg-:
ments for said road including the Salary -, Dscj a ...........625.00 I Only ()', q r $3.00

.removal of biuldmgs, fences and F.. ; Kenneth fTAen,. .... 'J vNr1 '.t'
other structures and improvements ....... 401.00F. -.'. ..: .
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thereon, and for other expenses of ..KehnethvTut n .. .*., ,.
said of '' ;........ .. .,Ia .,, Reg" : .
acquring title to right way. ,Field Expense ;.;.;..'......T416.66JR. !'if '..,' #': ... .$22.50' l'i
borrow pits and easements by purchase furnished ." -" #' I _, ,f I. $5.00t.
I J. Murphy'Electricity ,., >1. 1''''.' t'l tiA I .0
or condemnation from such: voting house Nov. 5, ...... 3.00 I I tl -: ',- : ., .., ." $8.9 .
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funds under such conditions as are i Mrs. J. P. .Bonnell County '::1i:: ;.: ./ J '. '. j)'" '," '. :: : )iI'f

set out in the contract hereto attached i I Indigent ;.................. 12.00 I! .:. <):. : 1.\1\: 1(,. ;. ': .r ", .
;and be it furtherRESOLVED I Thelma 'Lewis Refunds ...... 8.00 I .. '
that said County, Fla. Power Corp. Utilities\ ..81.68 I .: .. :. V t; "c-ri '. '.' ,' !"VANITY FAIR .
4 through its Board of County Commissioners City of Jasper'Utilities ...... 22.60 : '' .
s comply with the re- Harrell Insurance .... ,5,71.21 lOO'Cashmere Coats ru ;: :;"I. I
1 F. B. : .95
and ... .kta ? : .; .. '
of said ..
i quest Department procure Jcnes.ns*.AgenQyv. 4&2Oj 11 iI -'-" ::., 0.' 49 $ 98
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.oonwy"-vestin-said*State f keystone EnvelapeC0. OfceLrpples i : : ; 5-

the freer clear and unencumbered I I .-....:........... 31.93.1 }, .. I
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title to all lands necessary for Dotherow Office Supplies .. 149.35, ...
aid of said Section and ,.B. Drew Co. Office ,
portion I The H. & W. ; A
deliver' to the State Road Depart- Supplies ,.Vi:4.............. 1.531.1 _- .. : : ,i':, -
ment said lands physically clearof : Milligan.: Office; Machine Co.. I S -
all occupants, tenants, fences, Machine repairs & parts '.: 59.50: Beautiful Holiday LADIES .' i
buildings and/or other structures Bowen 1 Supply Co. 'Office Sportswear AFl
1 improvements .situate upon or Supplies .................. ::).01 "
i encroaching within the limits of the 1- Auto Parts Fue1-Ct:. i Mix and Match Pastell Co-Ordinates : .

,4 lands required for said portion of House .............(......:.011O.78!I ) f "Talbott0and :." -" .}New Fall tfdJ--resses' r .
f said Section and that the Chairman I Hamfiiftn CountV Chamber I By "Algene"SKIRTS w
11 and the Clerk of this Board be and Commerces Cefimbution for 1963- II

they directed are to execute hereby authorized and deliver and on I Thelma 64 Chap'Lewis(& i1319 Fees &...... 3,974.82 ; & CAPRIS .... $5.98 to $10.95 Variety love. S jl Ies in .easy I I

behalf of said County to said De- refunds ..,................. 30.00 Sweaters & Jackets i
partment the Contract in the form Hamilton-Co.. Bank Oct. I ; : ---$5.98 to $10.98. ..0 care dark cottons I

hereto attached; and be it further exchange .................. 5.91 I \ .. '
RESOLVED tha tthe attorneyfor State Assqc. of Co. CommissionersAnnuaO&sfcf. -= Sizes 10-20,141! 241/2
this Board be, and he is hereby : ........... 200.00 .. > V I
{ authorized and directed to proceedto Charlie RJjcdeftfc Sheriff's I ; : :: : THE EXECUTIVE BY BVD .7:. Reg7.98-998; 2 for $10.00 I
take the necessary steps for the >st.i.-i;: XB A........... 237.791 : _
County to acquire in the name The .Jasper News Adv., Fo I I! i ''', : Sportswear for the conservative V .< f. -. '.. Reg. 10.95 1 L95 T7or
man ; ; 15.00 J Q
of said County by donation ,purchase Supplies .. "........ .. 67.55i \ i ." '. .
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or condemnation said rightso i Dan Bra MCdCommx.M /. j I ; nr, 65 percent Dacron and 35 percent cotton *
fway, borrow pits and easements I. ?.-'. ... ...... 1, 97.32 : oi . i.
for sair portion of said Section and W1Se'.Drtjg Store Office 1\\ : : S-M-L-XI : ; DRESS SLAG!! I
to prepare in the name of said county i Supplies. .... ......... 1-96 J 1"f s ..________ $5.98 .. : .fj.- .' l \ AUTOMATICELECTRIC!
by its County: Commissioners all 1 Mrs. Grace Polk Secretarial fees "\-- .
condemnation papers affidavits Re; Civil-Defense .......... 25.00() I' $ ":' .By "Hubbard'A '- ," '.- ,
and pleadings & prosecute all con II Roundtree* & Son Funeral Home Pleated' or plain frdpt : < : .
demnation proceedings to judge- Transportation chgs. Co. > Boys Long! Sleeve Shorts and h I

s ment; and furnish to the Depart- Indigent .................. 10.09 I regularrKg'- BLANKET
ment the abstract search providedfor I Walter H. Davis :Mahrtenance-Ct. SPORT SHIRTS-:, 1 :: ..; ; 28 to 42. .
in said contract.I House Nov. :...'.. ........ 23.09 :' : { '. "Noblecraft0
IB i 16.98 to By
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HEREBY CERTIFY that the >. Office & Emp. Ret. > 6 .
foregoing is a true and correct copy Fund Nov. ................ lore I ,.. Big selection handsomestyles ', .....-.. : t. 'ri'. TWIN . . 11.95 1&&
of resolution passed by the Boardof \\0 Security Ac t. ........-.91 __ ';__ -- ;'L x DOUBLEBED
County Commissioners of Hamilton of Jennings Rent Health 1 1I ,ti and colors. Reg U98 .-; .' : : SEE OURSELECTION .. I
County, Florida at meeting Office .................... 20.00 I ''-. ._ '*. : ',. : angle : 12.95
held the 3rd. day of Dec., AD. 1963 FINE & FORFEITURE FUND I x. .. k 2 for $3.00 : OP : ? Dual . 14.951
and recorded in the Commissioners I John. H. McCormick Salary Juv. : :
Minutes. Judge .................... 70.00 .0' .
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here- Joseph, P. Holloman Salary Juv. I 4IY BOYS. TIES & JEWELRY:_ _
unto set my hand and official seal Couns' .................... 49.27 c : ',' ChristmasSlippers I
t-r JqY Zip Front Cardigans FOR MEN :;" (
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this 3rd. day of:Dec., A.D.I1963. John H. McCormick a .. : J )If
Thelma Lewis CLERK OF THE Expenses Dec .. ....... .. ,357.501.. I h : .-4V' S for the iA
$3.98. _ j
4 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIO Game & Fresh Water Fish V .
NERS OP HAMILTON COUNTY, i I Comm. Arrest Fees ...... 53.10 \47' .- .. d.:. ,
'. .............. : s -' 1MEN'S Entir Family
Jasper Laundry 9-14 j: : ,. '; BOYS PARKA COATS .. -:..... A. .... i
L The following bills were approved City of Jasper Utilities Jail .. 1110'Orkin :'.:
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for payment Exterminating Co. '0 Zip Off Hood quilted lining Sport ShirtsReg -
I ILUULTON GENERAL FUND Pest controlJail. .......... 800 z' .

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_._ ._ THE' .JASPER NEWS.- JASJPjER ,. .FLORIDA .'_ _:__ ';_ ,' -FridayDecember13,1963 J 1

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: ; ., ""Do You Love'Christ4- 4if ,;ACP.iCan Help- : ';. Doyle-Coiinp Jrro ;'I'Florida soil. conservation will gather district fortthefee"1ng.Jn North

.YoutandYour School :7. I 1
I I --: . ; 1 1b 0 'County Cbrarnissiontrs, Agricultur-:
11 .
There are degrees.of love, justas and soul in hell Matt. 1028. Do The Job Address Soil Eons.Supervisors 1 i and community leaders' from i1ii

M L PowellIn '- 1 there are degrees of: faith and claim to love Christ but Many't ACP CAN' HELP DO THE JOB i! ti.*' ,i eight district have been invited to- :L
we know that aQ professed believers completely disregard many SAYS CHAIRMAN attcnd"The .
the schoolrooms: of the future ,organized socIety to 'prevent. Inj J j Jr.'T
1 in Christ claim to love him commandments ,they are only deceiving -I, ACP is a practical that ? 1 increased
) program activity and interest
the I
four t
days embracing November spite cf this. we should be more) Connor
Christsaid Doyle State Commissioner
themselves because -
22 -Z 1963 will perhaps be recorded -,than diligent in seeing to it that we and maybe to some degree indeed I actually gets conservation work 11 11I of will I among our farm people in
Agriculture address
hath ,
in John 15:21 He that
do have the
,they do. But you proper done on privately owned farmland wildlife and outdoor recreation and
in the
among the most tragic and terrifying .,do our part in the home !' :the annual fall meeting of Area 3 I
for him who my commandments, and keepeth!
In the annals of American''school ,in the church and in the!I I degree of love Chair-man the opportuniaies fr new businessthe
History. For the: fourth time in less j''community shed ris blood that we might live? them he it is that loveth me: and 1 i' Agricultural Stabilization and ,soil Conservation District Supervisors i I opportunities for new business
these deviants
to keep To point the different degreesor he that loveth me shall be loved -' at James J. Swick's farm
out Committee
than a century a president of the :Conservation County and increased income on farm lands-
United States lost his life at the from developing. In a great land kinds of love we can refer to ,of my father, and I will love him He that each 1 Trenton, Florida, Friday, December i 1 portance said Beach. .
j I such as ours there will never be a and will manifest mvself to him". I I j pointed out year- 13. ,
hand of an assassin, The close-i'' I II !,the human family, for example a through the Agricultural Conservation Other
'unanimity of feelings and views on Then in verse 24, "He that loveth ;, !I Forest Beach, Florida Association -I speakers appearing on theprogram
ness of this last to who father Joves his children with one
tragedy .us i j I |a Program-the Government I will be
{ Robert
S. Morrisof
[national matters of great importance Conservation District Area 3
me not keepeth not sayings:
are living today makes impressive my
doubly i kind. or degree of live he loves I shares with than million I It
more a Tampa President of the Florida
and significance. Personallythere word is vice president'annOlUlced that District
and and the which ye hear not -
shocking. Certainly his wife with another '
,Ii ,' I degre or t'farmers and ranchers the cost of f Association of Soil Conservation
could was much of the late Presi- i,my own but the Father's which sent Supervisors representing eight
[nothing kind of love and his parents
...: soil, water, woodland, and wildlife ; District Supervisrs, James W. Ham
.. ever be said or j#|dent's program and many of his with still another, but the love 'ins. So nov b: yew still claim to lw conservation individual .
;':.: ,,' done that would proposals with which we did not !which,we must have for the Son of Christ? Many who claim to love practices on: I mett of Gainesville. State Conservationist
,.." ( Christ intent destroying the farms* and ranches throughout :the Nation. Recent estimates show for USDA'S Son Conservation
land I but did are on
exonerate: or justify ( not support we God to ever reach that home eternal
S church for which He died. that practices were carr- Service, and Dr. Marshall D
the perpetrator -.:respect him as a man of great is even greater than any of the very program
;- 4I.k1' of this das-,stature and the elected representative -(above mentioned. It must be a love Acts 20:28, Eph. 5:25.'Ibis they '1617.If ied out in 1962 on 1.2 million farms, Watkins, Director of Florida Agricultural -

-j Itardly and horrible of the American people and (which will motivate us to complete strive to do in many ways, the most love Quist will wantto of which about 2000,00ere "new" | extension Service.
crime. He' the American way of life. In thinking surrender' to the will of God as open and brave way in which it is do what He said for one to do participants on which no significant j Highlight of the program win be
[must forever attempted is by the establishmentof conservation measures' had been i James J. Swick explaining his wild
of him and the great tragedy Chnst has made it known to all to be saved, and He said "Unless
[bear the personal that has befallen him and the coun- mankind. Christ is to be our example the many man made organization believe that I am He (The Son I carried out in several years.In |life conservation practices and wefl

;: |stigma, shame try that he loved we have attemp-" in all things pertaining to all claiming to teach that ,you God) shall die in sins". 1964, the Chairman explained, for maintaining duck and fish pond
and disgrace for this terrible act. !ted to express our thought in the religion and he has shown the kind which will lead one to heaven. Yet{jot John 8:24 ye, your special emphasis is again being levels.

just a few years ago he II following poem entitled : of love which will suffice in the we notice that they all teacha 1 shall all likewise Except perish"you.repent Luke 13 ye: given to practices with enduring I

was a mere lad in some American : OUR SAD LAMENT i eyes of God. In John 15:13 Quist different doctrice, so some{i3 j "Confess me before men and I benefits. Cost-share assistance is DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL

home ,in some American School !Alas, Alas, Alas t[said" Greater love hath no man something is wroigg for. God will confess you.i before my father provided to farmers for carrying CLASS TO MEET
in some American church conununihowever I I How still our gallant Captain lies'than this, that a man lay down his is not the author- confusion out such conservation practicesas .
but of shownin in Heaven". l\futt:1O:32. "He that The District Schools of
ty In some American town. This peace as establishing. improving Sunday
In yonders here's grave; jlife for his friends. We are reminded vegetative -
1 Cor. 14:33. The apostle Paul believeth and is baptised shall be Hamilton County will meet on Tuesday .
ehould give us all cause for sober ,Brought to this sad a low estate in the book of Revelation that cover of grasses ,legumes,
through the inspiration of"the Holy saved". Mark 16:16: "All_ who obeyed December 17 ,at 7:30 p.m. at
and sombre thinking. Of course,:By cruel hatred's knave. ,much love must be contained in or trees for soil protection installing -
in 'sians 45 these simple laws of admittanCeinto
we realize that in a country of,Oh why, Oh why, oh why 'the hearts of all who would reach Spirit wrote the erosion-control structures I Bringht Pond. Rev. John Hutehen-
180,000,000: people there will per- Should this tragic crime be done.heaven let us read Rev. 2:10 the There is one Lord one faith: onebaptism" kingdom were added to the and practices for the conservationor son pastor ,of Antioch will speak
Now faith in this context by the Lord. Acts 2:47: Cot1:1314. i ion "Our .
haps always be deviants who will To one so young ,so brave, and true, 'latter.part of the verse says Be simply means that system of doct-- They did not join some more efficient usfe of water. Qrallange.The
be of committing such free :thou faihful unto death and I will
capable Or in our land sd proud and rine taught by the inspired men of (man made organization there was
crimes in spite of all efforts of For all mankind to view. 'give thee a crown of life" Notice no such thing then in existence,l
!God as. it does in Jude 3where we Complexity of Today's
the word unto death meaning eveni why cannot one today become a -=
-' are admonished to earnestly con-
i i fit means death we are to be willing i'I
Christian and Christian
tend for the faith once delivered to only a
I to pay the price for eternal ,the Christ member of the Church of the
saints. So those who CarsDEMANDS
1$ :your shirt. collarA I life. In talking to his chosen apostles -'';](are to keep his words and to contend Testament by doing the same al !
Christ told; them not to fear' f'
those of 1st. did
\ I with those who do not striving the century :
PAIN IN THE ?" -'?( 'them who are able to destroy .the' db each and
l.T < to fulfill the prayer of Quist in can,many every
rather ofear him who _
t I body, but t I
[John chapterlT, "That they may across the nation, and our plea is EXPERT CARE
is able to destroy both body torn MOH1o.a nas
\\\\N all be one as thou Father are in me that you too will see the error of I
i get t enexsizeR NEW [and I in thee, that they all may religious division and come withus SPECIAL CAR ATTENTION:

I -'-- -" I be one in us, that the world may be back to the Bible. Show your
I For shame, for shame for shameTo ,ilieve that thou hast sent me". The 'lave for Christ by being willing to We We give those important -
those who failed this errant lad
I{apostle Paul with the authority of!withstand the criticism that will extra services with '''a smile.
In of misdirected
days youth
J wane, to all who take a stand for
i Christ said in the letter to the
That he should learn. the ways of"I o When drive in here for'gas,
Corinthians chapter one verse 10 beginning i{Him who died for us. Paul said you .
I i
hate "Now I beseech you breth- "Yea, and all that live Godly in we always check your oil, tires, ,
|And not of love and truth.
the of Lord Jesus {Christ Jesus shall suffer persecut- level and clean windshield :
ren by name our water your
'Oh Could it be, 0 could it be lion"
2Tim. 3:12. You invitedto
Christ, that all speak the same
J That_home, or,church, or school or ye
I state thing and that.there be no division come and study with us anything
That failed to lead this lad in better among you;: but that ye be perfectly about which you may be disturbed CAR WASH only $2.00
joined together in the same mind concerning your spiritual welfare
t} : .
.' ways in the become member of
and 'same judgement" I Banc; urged to a Smith's
Or does each of these have cause to Jerry ,
*( feel The division among those who the true church of Christ the one .
.fif' i desire follow Lord'is not the'! the' described
Some guilt for all these dole ful to our ,following original pattern GULF' STATIONJasper
...'" v 1 fault of the Bible but of men who by God jn.his Holy word. .
.. : ; .1 days?
.... ; are not content to have a thus say- Kenneth E.Thomas, Box 226 Telephone 792-3781
For shame for for shame
.. eth the Lord for all things practicedin Jennings,, 938-2091) Evangelist Oak
For those who hiss with 's
venen religion. 1 Peter (:11, 11 Tim. 3 GI'OChurch of Chnst.
Spleen .. .
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And scarcely know just why they I ,
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t 11. Who have no cause at all to serve =", -"!" .1B7 :';7 ';:' : 7;:"' r

.. But to foster vicious_deeds like this ," ,;
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: ..FK" He; could know not allay this great. man's I i. ; j- _- : 'f:1:

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He only served to make t
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. PpQE SIX THE JASPER N E W S. JASPER_ FLORIDA,A Friday December 13, 196?

'JENNINGS.NEWS : : I I two chiMre CaK...tuchalong time.. 'I Witb tourrllOme ,- Jennings J hope to have .<*. "'plans in effect salutes prayer.after prayer ?

Ae2 Walter( T., Burnett of Tyn- t ) (this I Saturday nght when we byl tear.

I I dale Ah Force Base visited t.. e'ltl.e.II .DemonstrationFESTIVE S hO I sews ." Mi''Lake' ; Butler. apitlime. ts 6: 0. l'nally"there' was a torch lighted

..- .- tives''also -Ms"'brother Buril rela-j '8 ci IJR SJt) There iwilJJs d 1"tfariifeft tBr*'fioys": I to burn ferewx*,.at h1.h1ia "" rhe35th
Gainesville Hospital last Tuesday. (J Girls and JA boys. 3Mrerwinvbcpeats : ""president*6T the led'States

i McDoiaa1d" I am sorry is in that the Mr. Fred':John-withphnemonia. ]|L: I, '' ,:X know everyone misses the .-.-- _..:.. ; 3l. ., me.' I''t., ... Jennarea The Club Out had fleets its regular: meeting reserve' or spectators| with 'and he Is no raare:He wasafclrong
,. I
. i skating rink. I sure: do. :; ;. season game tickets: > man who fought with all he had for
1 I ; LJ'W trna P? Whit. Thursday in the:school lunchroom.
Mrs. Essie glad to Jfcc weeks --exams are over,I The Nu Chapter.of Delta Kappa ; We have a committee working on his beliefs and what he thought was
4 met Everyone enjoyed trie wonaer 1 obtaining the names to on the :right May God rest his soul in
be home after visiting her i i report cards are,outand, everyon Gamma; an honary society go
auptj; ful Christmas dinner.
,, Ida in Bradenton Florida for wo tis either'g&d or not gakLI : : for' 'their annual Christmas party I trophies our school has won. This I i peace.I .
y weeks. I i I am'fcorry'to hear 'that one of: for the district Friday December 6 I Atefr the feast a lovely program project should be completed by the say: Is this really true. Is it

best and sweetest friends' is'at 7 o'clock in the evening, at the I was given which is as follows end of the year. 'i I really news ? or is it the repition
I was glad to hear that Miss Mag- I''moving my I know an miss Garden Center In Live Oak. It wasa Il Invocation Elder Roy DeVaneA . of an act that has happened three
soon. ,, we f
&e McDonald. is feeling better afteran 'Glenda Hewitt, who has a bright dinner party and a Christmastree l II Ii greeting by Dee Dee DeVaneA I[f BETA CLUB I I times before to Presidents of our

operation.Mr. 'smile with an exchange of gifts. reading Mother's Christmas ..The Jennlngs4Beta Club met Wed nation.

'"' Buriel Burnett and two girls j I everywhere: Those attending from Hamilton I I II E I Gift by Mrs. J, .Stephens nesday December 4. Plans are.bee I 1 I Note: This artcdle was written

Caroline and Raynell visited their!i The Jennings Missionary month Baptist County were Katherine Reid, Alma I I ;u''Granpa's gift Mrs. Ruth Royals' lag made for aT sapper before 'thi for class immediately after" the

brother' who is in Gainesville Medical ,Church had their, ysupper Bradshaw Blanch Perry, Lucile, I The whole: group enjoyed singing Jennings .8DI .Jasper .baskHhafl death of our beloved president.
and business: We all I
meeting enjoyed
Center after a bad accident. We j
I Leslie, Grace Stephens, Francis Christmas songs.
which will be December 17. .
were certainly glad that he is feeling -i eatingthe_ four pecan pies I game *
Bradley Hazel Hunter. The Closing number was a Other business was discussed and Miss Jane Pafford a student nurse
fine and hope he will be walkIng that were there. I ,
II Christmas Miss Barbara from Mercer University Macon
Drawing by the meeting) was adpourned.
soon. !, Miss Llndaf Eason visited her I, FOODS ADD TO THE Pearman. She was accompanied Georgia was home over the week..

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar McGauly parents, Mn.and'l Mrs. Vernon Ea- Mrs. Carol Blair and Brother HOLIDAY SEASON I by!Mrs. Billy Beck. A PRESIDENT IS'DEAD ; end. She visited her parents, Mr.

r were glad to see there daughter I son and brother Jinx, on vacation John Bucannen visted parents and Christmas is just around the corner | After a delightful evening every. The President is dead rang out ;and Mrs. Roy Pafford.

J; Katherine and her husband and from college.. friends in Rome, Georgia over the and with it comes the yule one went home. across the nation the hearts and

, holidays. Clog i[ burning in the fireplace, the)I minds of many millions of Ameri- Miss Linda Faye Selph went hunt
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Blair from decorated tree and the circle of AFTER THANKSGIVINGAfter I ing over the Thanksgiving'' holi
cans were stunned by hurt and dis
tl Jacksonville and sons Robert and warm friends who carol and call. I I all of the hunters returned belief. Who in his right mind could days.
Dale visited Mr. and Mrs. Billy I Ii \ Ifs a time too, when food means
and the leavings of the Thanksgiving have done such a thing Why did I Mr. lareas and Mr. J. T.
$ Blair and children over the weekend much,.more'than mere nourishment I
dinner have disappeared ''he do it? Was he backed others?
1 i : by Bland were also co-hosts with theL
for I I :
families foods]
j[ some festive everyone gets back' to normal. (There will never be an answer be- "T. Carters when they entertained
G'OVa I I that Mrs. J. A. Stephens are ot''he tradition that is
was sorry part
From all the hunters had
reports cause the accused too is now deadI the football boys last week
was sick this past week. j handed .down'' from generation to 1[ J over at.I
luck The schools enjoyed a two ,
| There in
Dallas. River
was a parade Suwannee State Park
[ I know all of the school cmIdr ri.'generation. For friends, food is
J day. vacation. Three i shots and the of .
", will be glad when we have our i,the most generous way you can say
\ cance "welcome". Now everyone is preparing for I an engine in a car carrying the I Mrs. Addie McCaH visited the-
school and be turned out for
party '
Christmas. Remember to to
) two whole weeks. I I Here are 'Iew suggestions to help try (president to the hospital in which Bud Runyons of Jacksonville over
H-! make this year a thoughtful Chris-'the died. 'Thanksgiving holidays.
4-H meetings were held last Tues :you roll out the welcome mat with tmas. Let's keep Christ in our' .
NOI II I day at the music room and auditorium more ease. Plan ahead, before the Christmas. 'I 1 There was a flight.back to Wash-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jim
'ington in the same plane that :
at 10:37, Mrs. White and Mr holidays-when and how you win
Rush (rush there is no use.
i Mike and DeeDee visited :Mr. and'
Rance Andrews were our leaders. entertain. brought the prescient, alive, to Dal
have plenty ftime but remember '
you o Mrs. Louis Rogers in Amerlcus.
|las and oath uttered another
an by
I'm sure the 4-H leaders' are proud Have your party or invite your must keep busy il
Georgia the ho
over Thanksgiving
to take his
the group'of boys and girls we 1 friends in when your decorations you get al lot your ploans finished.So Bdays.

lot in 4-H. are the prettiest. Anticipate how lets get busy. There was a march from the .

Mr. and Mrs. ?Oliver Holland many friends you will have for '-*. t. ". I White House to the Capitol where
Miss Wessie Wynn Thanksgiving -
some friends in south Fla. "popcalls". I BASKETBAlL IFJLMS s the body lay in state for the nation,I with her mother spent who lives.
We have a fine group of basketball Decide on what kind of food you I Both boys and girls are working'to see. A nation of people which con
BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE rWTRCH OF CHRIST I I I players this year. The basketball I will serve to bring victories. The boys and tinued up the steps to the capital I'at Arlington, Georgia..

BAPTIST CHURCH I I Between ,'Jasper1 and Jennings I I i girls managers are: Cheryle I Estimate how'much food you will I girls alternate their practices. The through a night and into the next Miss Barabara Pearman spent

1 on highway 41 Deas and Mary Jane Bennett, The I need to serve invited guests, "Pop. girls who play are: Rhonda Beaty morning. There was then a march Thanksgiving in P1u'Ja. Georgia.
) School 10:00
# 5onday'< Service 11:00 a.m.ajn. Sunday: Mom.,.Bible Study 10 toll J boys managers are=- Lavell Morgan callers' 'and your family. Earline Bumham Linda Butler, back from; the capital to the White .

r Training ,Union ...... 6:30 Worship Service '........ '11 to 12'''and Christy Beaty. I'm sure the Include food that will be quick !Angela Deas. Linda Joyce Harrell, i House and on.t the funeral mass Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bryan t:
:35vening 'Worship) ___ 7:30 Sunday evening Service ...... 7:15 coaches I' and players tsan depend.on and easy to prepare and serve. Sybil Johnson. Nell Newsome. Nora hi St. Marks Cathedrel. There were I and girls spent the weekend with

Midweek. Prayer Service every Wed. Evening Bible Study .. 8:00 I these'four fine n1ana er s.: : .! Serve food that stores and freezes Nichols, Ellen Scan, Linda Selph, !. rites and rituaEftfttered by.Cardinal Mrs. Bryan's mother Mrs. Mamie-

Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. : Phone WE8-2091 Intermediate Missionary Baptist well so you can prepare it before Linda Smith, Barbara McCulley, Gushing, :along lime friend of the Bradshaw.
i Church choir-will be held. at Mrs. the holidays begin Gall Sullivan, Miriam Howell. family. Then began) the long march'[ S.

JASPER, FIRST METHODIST"The FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I'Kitty Becks house every Wednesday Te serve' the pop-callers" in a Their coach is Mrs.. J. W. DeVane. from the cathedral'' to Arlington. Mrs. Minnie Shiver attended a

E.Friendlv BOOTH, Church"N. Pastor Sayer Canova, .Pastor.. I at 6:00. Sandwiches and*drinks hurry and without too much effort The boys who play are: A Team. National Cemetery ;the final rest- a guidance meeting Madison anI -

ORDER OF SERVICE Sunday School at --_____.. 9:4& 1 are served. Adult choir is "held have a tray ready with dishes need Ji mBates, Gerald Beaty, Farrell ing place. All this-in four'days. Did I Tuesday.

Sunday School .._ _.. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ..... 11:00 a.m. Wednesda ynight after prayerV:meet I ed for serving four to six people. Burnham Lavon Bumham, James it really happcp' ? My mind is still I S.
Morning Worship 11:00 aon.Everyon Training-Union,v.".. 'fipm. ing. Junior Choirs held*,on Sunday' 'IMr.and j t; Keep a beverage ready or the ingredients Deas Jon Deas, Junior Griffin, filled with disbelief. I Get our your socks ready for old

a invited Evening Worship':........... 8:00 afternoon at 5:30. '__ handy (Iso you can pre-j Robert Keeling Donald Tyree, Curtis -. There is a wife who has no husband Santa.
EVENING SERVICES Prkyer,", ,Services Wednesday :Mrs. Johnny Gag on I pare it in a hurry. 1 Wetherington. .two small children who haveno *. ..Mrs. Alvin Culbreath, Jennings

Junior Fellowship 6:00 .'Jit' "'7:30 p.m. from Jacksonville and children i Baked goods also make nice B TEAM father, -tt nation that has lost Postmaster, visite din Jacksonville

Jr. High Fellowship .. 6:00 p.m. visited Mr .and Mrs. Johnny But-.'Christmas gifts. For example, bake I The boys who play are* Horace the youngest and most vibrant Pres recently.INVITATION.

Youth Fellowship 1:00 pan. JASPER. CHURCH OP GOD ler and family and Mrs. Johnny some cookies and include the cook-I Bates Jeff Burnette, Jim DeVane, ident ever to hold office. And a

Worship Service ___ 7:00 p.m. Irving:W:Hughes, Pastor Kinsey.I ies and the pan they were in Glen Herndon. Woody Herring, world'that has lost a great states-
Youth Social Jltmr 8:00 pjn. Sunday School: 10:00) a.m. glad my grandmother is feel- as a gift. This makes a "two-in- Rick Howell Charles Morgan. Jim man and friend.
7:15 Morning Worship ___ 11:00 ing better after being ill with one" gift.MEAL ,
Wednesday Hour of Power p.m aon. very Murphy, Ronald Keeling and Eddy There was a ring from her finger
Evening. Wprthlp'_ 7:00 poi 'la bad case of asthme. PLANNING TIPS FOR '
Wynn. placed in his hands .a' flag that
,' The A. and Bteams 'are coached covered his casket riderless,
t BiUa Study: at 10 LID each Son. Prayer Meeting't: ,ISO p.m. Adams' baby is getting along better' Holiday time is a time for feast ,a .
by Mr. Owen Hinton, Mr. Billy horse with in
high spirited
Clutch Service 11 a.1L 7 pjn. FRIDAYS after a bad case of whooping cough. ing for mos}American families. _

4 Sundays each Month Y. P. E., ,_ ?,>....:.?.'....'..'....'..,. 7i80" paa. SEVENTH GRADE NEWS I I Every holiday means a special din- Blair and Mr. Buddy*' Burnham. verted 50 planes that', flew over his' .
the 50 states,
-p"f- grave representing
each SocdxyElder'
PBYE 6:00 p.m. Mr. Edward Burnam, our home ner or invited guests.
.- PRESBYTER CHURCH Have you written your letter to rites and rituals servicemen gun i
L ) DeVane pastor room teacher surprised '.us Thurs-I This dinner nay be a traditional
WHITE#PJUHCS Santa Claus If: you" have 'not salutes aftere prayer,
JASPER PRESBYTERIAN Rev WiZaanvVan Zant in day when he changed us around. As one but many still like to have a .better hurry and do so. Christmas -- --prayer-- .- -- .,-- -

CHURCH SERVICEThe IEnnng+,, SetxkeBURNHAM' -- ",,. ?--Jt.. turned out a girl and a boy, girl few new ideas for something "extra.special" will soon be here.
Rev. William W. Van Zant HIva4ay r ... We ure, 'were.shpokjup. .. JENNINGS 'J LuU'1\ttEfS'

: School..--9:45 a. m. J CHRISTIAN 'I jWe!miss Colan Langford, who has :i The nrst..,important guide R1s to The Jennings? Club:met'Mondar' ..., .

Services 11:00 I CHURCH {moved recently.I tea basicmeal plan. A skeleton, December 2. -VSTe; had several com,:. The children of Mr .and Mrs. O. C. ''Ratliff cordially
-- Paul J{. Stewart. Pastor I Everyone in our class seem satis plan would be: First course light) mittee and discussed

JASPER ADVENT Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 fied with their six weeks grades. a fruit juiCe' served in the' living a reports student cheering: section organizing for invite all friends to an Open House at the i |
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Church,Service Second and Fourth ,I Sorry Lillian Kelly was sick Tuesday .room or at the table main course
all home basketball We
Rev. Travis Carter....10 Sunday ......:........... 11:)0 and Wednesday. (heavy-a) protein food, poultry I games. Ratliff home',on Sunday December 22nd from 3:00- : !:
Sunday School ........ ajn. I
t I We enjoying Class'playing
CYF and Bible ,Study Second and, are ; our gym ham or roast of beef accompaniedwith I
.......11:00 a.m. I
Homing Sunday Night Service Service .... 7:30 pjn. Fourth Suttiay'nights ....., 6:30 basketball.) potatoes.either Irish or sweet across the botton of the tre add I 5:00 p.m..hqnoring their parents on their Golden jj
We that Wade is sicka I
are sorry another cooked green or yellow
t a row of three then a row of two,
Wednesday night : to I lot and is having: to stay out of vegetable ,and a salad either Wedding Att tWsiiry. No other invitations are being ,
Chcir Practice ...... 7:30 p.m. JENNINGS METHODIST school. and put one roll on tfept'Tor bright
vegetable or fruit. Other items in-
Prayer Service8:00 pjn.. "Enter .->Rest Pray" One of the heaviest loads, that cluded would be' rolls, butter, relishes 'edible decorations on_''this "tree" issued \\
sprinkle with 'candied fruit immed-
; DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor: Charles W. Rogers Sr. everyone of us in our class carry is pickles' ,and preserves. The iately after baking- '. .;,1t."...,.." -'
Truiett M. 'Comer, Pastor Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m. a bundle of bad habits. beverage can be served with this .. '
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each Thurs 8 'J ''' -
Prayer .
3JD:00: Sundayschool p.m. ,course for; !hedessert..'The last g." -
11:00 a.m. ...... Morning Worship Worship. Services'2nd and 4th C course 'is"lidssert It should be "
6:00 B. T. U. Sundays at U aon. and at,8 p.m light,after a heavy meal.

,,:00 p.m. Evening Worship NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ) No menu is successful unless

Wednesday night Prayer N. M. RoweD, pastor ,the food is properly cooked,,land
Meeting ......- ?:30 pjfl- Sunday School every Sunday at seasoned Proper: planning and 'T\\ .. I

? _,v \10:30 a.m. 1 management?can make the food ....=-
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Preachifijf.ll; a..m ':& '7:30'p.m. I Pianos Organs 1 preparation* easier and results gift, Hp .
Sunday School 10:00 ajn. Union 6:30 '
Training' A .g. \ jn. !better. Another factor to considerfor M
Y.P.E. Sunday .._- 6:30 PJJU Prayer MeetinjrroWednesday. atSunday .. HOUSE OF MUSIC
Prayer Meeting Thars. .,,7:80 pjn .1:3Q ': your holiday entertaining, "
SPRINGS '' ', tAlEI6s8lO 'APnST COLONIAL i in mealplanoing for the, holidays straight from Santa .
WHITE ". 1... I is attractiye service.. Meals could
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH fRer. r can 'X be buffet;sryle family style. .
"t( = J. NEW USED. AND or '
C. E. Bailey, Pattdr" ; r x. her
10 3HEMANUFACTUREDPIANOS,, j When you are making the-menus delight
Sunday School :OQ)>.rSft. School ___ 10:00 a.m. -
Morning Service ..11:00 son. ,(Each Sunday) choose foods that well liked, (
Training Union ____ 7:00 p.m.'.Preaching, Service'Each Sunday at and some that can be prepared '
Evening Services 8:00 p.m. "11:00 a.m. and'7:30 p. m. No Down Payment. Up to ahead and placed in the reri> erator with.-pretlY "l .
Wednesday prayer service 8 pan. Prayer Meeting Ea h..."Wednesday' 3 years to pay or freezer.,This,will save last minute ':!-:.,. .'' .

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH /" ffr at ''1:30.'P m.' Call Collect and our dis- effort and the homemaker> will u .

Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH play truck ,will bring it to be less weary. ,. + .

(Sunday School .' 10:00 ajn. W. D. Stewart, Pastor ycur front door. For ChristmaS guests serve cin

(A class for every age group) Sunday School ___"_ 10:00 a.m. 1108 N. ,Patterson 'namon roDs in the shape _of a 'V .
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship tOO a.nv' "'Christmas tree. Two smalljtrolls
Youth Fellowship 6:00) p.m. rBafnfajf: Vn j i.o nijr. L 6:30 p.m. Valdosta ...... Ph- 244-2934 can be used for the trunk. Then

PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening:-l oysbip' 7:30 p.m i starting with four rolls in a row I
White Springs every Sunday at Wed. PrayerMeetmg? 7: 0GREEN'1 p.m.
11:00 aja. ': t -W--
Swift Creek, each' Third Sunday RIDGE. CHURCH '...JI SHOES
_at 3:00 pan. OF GOD
,FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Earl Deas .""C.- ., ','

STATENVTLLE.Allen Brooker GEORGIA Pastor Sunday Morning Schooltiia Worship. _11:00 10:00 a.m.a.m. RE-ROOF With ow eaJicififl collection o'f hew Fashion Craft ".-r .,,
Wednesday idt
Sunday School 10:00 ajn. 'Prayec.Tgervke: 1:30 pan. shoes to cfcoose from, its aJ breeze, f? please?'. : .
Worship Service 2nd and 4th -
Sundays -n--_, 11:00"a.JD. Y. P. E. Friday Uight- -.1:30- fa fcsfconabte woman on your list. Here .

Jr. and Sr. MYF Each Sunday at JENNINGS wVS3EMBLY OF COD I -
colors l heels
7:00 pan. CHimCH yotffl Cod dl the Iroportafif ,
Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at
8:00 poo. Sunday School each Sunday at 4 and,toes and l Ccseyou'd
,MYF Social 10:00 ., \
Hour' Each Thursday '
I Services Each Sunday moraine FREE INSPECTION-FREE ESTIMATE t 1 rather leave.the.Jtyle! selection
and evening '
THE NAZARENE Old time Gospel Sing last Friday ... up to her.;.we have'
8 tool
Fail Florida pan. .. :..: Gift Certificates,
'. Bert E. Wheeler ONUS ,. '
Sanday School 10:00 A.M. FIRST'"BAPTIST CHURCH pkh / :.
PrKehJ Service ..11: O A-M. ':STATENVILLE. GEORGIA .

Sveiag Service 7:30 PJJL D. W. Kannon, Pastor ..... I Proper roofing and siding vwil Tgive you complete ( ..

Weteesday Prayer Meeting 7i3j .Sunday(Services School Back_Sunday 10ee) a.m.:_ all'| weather protection and proper;, insulation. ; :::4' $79 T<
CORINTH MISSIONARY I M T8faff Worto __ 11:60 .... Don't cfelay, cal.t oda :''for a ""free estimate on ILJian
BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union ";&..._ 6:30 pm \if ***** &*rs ?. -.. .tI1s :\

Rev. .Marcus Mme, paStOr Prayer Service, WeBesday tat separate installations or Combme4lJ8 rvices. --.. ......_ .,.. ,'
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"cIa7lW.o set ftfth l Sudsy(may)Sunday.:. 10 a.m. 7:30 7.00 pm pan.. a i ARD ROOFING) | / EmrvlETO5l!: ; d2l : c.

Freaehfaf:Serviet each Suzy WHITE ..3PRBVGSCONCRECATIOWAL : "*-.- :.. .' -; a .s
at U-.....:-and 7 Ie p.m. HOLINESS I RI} neCollect: 244-2646 -" ,

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'Tobacco VarietyBfecQutifcPlrogfai r -.. ;vI1th! "ia5p; I BtiPu fs; JL'- .

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OUTVALUES : Housework IS .what# "\'.@ .o&Yutt t Aii ** .,,,"' x....
[ T6'eQIiijnffe: : : \ Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida
does that%-'nobody' notices -'uhless d'.' .iro ,:i' J "las been'called tothe..attention of the"** .
*Sabscjfpiibhs Strictly:in 'Advances ilVr ,
., The Fiue-GLasd: Tobacco Dis- she'-dcesn't:dbfffc The'reporter"Mrs. >> 'V"J '$oard ol -
: ts. ., $ :I I'\ b.ti''Comm ssioners".that.sQmepeople ,.. .t i
spriest ;riety.P.rogram will be continued -" .' 'f .. !Hamilton County -- a $4.00 Outside of?" County!

irk effect; for the 1964 crop, Ruby Ragans spent last I "Cards* *B* of JT:rhanks.ot. . .. $1.00 T MinimumTelephone iis .*-' are of. the opinion that the County -

( Emery! Williams, (airman of the Thursday with her sister and I -
SYcamore 2-6331 Commissioners Employ the and I
MRS. J. H. HOLTON I Florida Agricultural Stabilization ily Mr. and :Mrs. George fam-I deputy

Funerals services for Mrs. J. H. and Conservation Committee reminded -' !1 f J Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publishers sheriffs. of the county. '

Holton 78 well known resident of tobacco growers today. Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Griffin and foot I The Board of County Commissioners _

Hamilton County were held last I I Under this program price sup- son of Manchester Georgia spent I Legal Advs.<* ; 36-Inch arch pipe per foot :

"Friday: 2 p.m:. in the New Hope ports for discount varieties are one the weekend with their parents IN THE CIRCUIT COURT LUMBER. ISinch.und-Plain and pipe creosoted per foot : has no authority to employ these employees .

:Baptist Church. I I I half the support rates of comparable and grandparents Mr.. and Mrs OF THE THIRD _jnntC- 4x10-16 to 20 ft long. jt is. the e
as solely of theSheriff's
"Mrs. Holton passed away at her grades o acceptable varieties Gordon Alderman.Mr. IAL CIRCUIT DT AND : 2x6-12 to 16 ft. long responsibility
I FOR HAMILTON COUNTY 8x8-12 to 16 ft. long -
"home last Wfednesday. The Rev.I I The discount varieties. include FLORIDA. : j FUEL "Department.Board .
N. RowelL pastor of New Hope off Coker 139, Coker 140. Coker 316. and Mrs. Quinteen Deas and IN CHANCERY Regular gas per gallon; do not '

ciated. Rev. and Mrs. I. T. Carter I Reams 64 and Dixie Bright 244. Any children spent the weekend in TRADERS.MORTGAGE:IRC vKSTMKvr a Florida I t I diesel submit oil bids per on gallon tank price H D.*. H. of County Commissioners ,

sang two songs.PalLearers I I mixture or strain of these seed var Tampa .Florida with their parentsand C.rt.ratl.. oil per gallon; tractor D'j ,
Mr. and Mrs. Plaintiffvs per 35 pound cans; T.Hamilton County Florida
were: Active Charles ,reties or any breeding line of Flue- grandparents grease146 wt. per 30 ,
Brantley Wendell Wynn Donald Cured varieties including 187Gol- Gene Hogan. J. D. SILLS Jr.. Md drums: 90 wt. transmission l' Sp
: .
( SILLS its wife. -- -
RUBY .greae.3 -
t Smith ,J. B. fleas, .Joe_ ....Corbett.Jklatnis den Wilt; (also- Sl Mr. and Mrs. Pennywell.Kelly-: Defendant* -? FUEL- FOR COURTHOUSE pound Wilmer Deas: Honorary. 'name XYZ Mortgage'Lifter, Super and children of Live Oak spent 1 I NOTICE OF SUIT BUILDING: -----

Roscoe Bennett,,James Wynn Park'!XYZ) have the,quality and chemical Sunday with their daughter .and I STATE TO RUBY OF FLORIDA.SILLS whose residence The of Board Haimltin of County County Commissioners Florida reserves -. I
Deas, Corbett Peas, Wilson Herring i characteristics of the five varieties Family Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland I. unknown: the right to reject any or all :

., CoWs Bland. ': will 'be designated. as dis- Sclph and children.Mr. your You answer are hereby or written required file It I bids.Board of County Commissioners CLASSIFIED: ADS: I

Interment was in New Hope Ceme- count varieties. any in the above proceedingwith Hamilton County Florida
G. W Caters of Jacksonville and .
the Clerk of this Court, to serve by THELMA LEWIS Clerk
tery. Harry.T Reid funeral-Home Mr., Williams urged.every grower ;
visited his mother Mrs. Minnie a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff Dec, i.: 2T 27UNITED
was, in',charge to obtain his tobcaco seed from reliable Waters over the weekend. appears attonf'YI hereon.whose on names ir before and the address 24th i MANAGE YOUR OWN 'BUSINESS CHRISTMAS SALE -FrtJm Dec. -;281

:L sources. By'doing\ this, he day of December 1918 the nature Of STATES AGRI- I Franchise operators eirn..$7,000 to Jan. 1. We are going to reduce
George Dewey Bullard 66 native 'will i be protected against the plant-; this proceeding being.a suit, for Trek prices all'
: and : on merchandise.
to $9,000 yearly mdse.I
Mr. and Mrs. Anson Johnson foreclosure of mortgage against the CULTURE AND POST ,
:and former resident of Hamilton ing of mixed or inferior seed. As following described property to-wit: I furnished. Guarantied 'Income $100 Wonder Bar, Jasper. :D2'ip
In will be were fortunate enough to have all The East Ninety (90) feet of the OFFICE JASPER _.
County died Tuesday Holly mn.1 j I in the past years, tobacco following described tract of FLORIDA week. Hospitilization retrie ent, -- --- .
their children home
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ruby J checked while'' it is growing in the Sunday. They :CHRISTMAS
4 I i land: One acre if land describedas paid vacations. Qualification: Age TREES FOR SALE-
Johnson Bullard Little Rock Ark. field. Any tobacco having growth were Mrs. Keith Nickolson and son follows to-wit: Beginning at 2340. Sales or sales.service: experience AH sizes choose now.' Alapaha

One daughter, Mrs. Frances Brain'tani I 1 perties similar to a dscount variety of Beaumont .South Carolina. Cur- to the Paul Southeast Hunter corner, and from of lot thence sold Sealed bids! for PAINTING: ELECTRICAL married higfr school education Motel Dec..29c:
tis who has been dischar- AXD LIGHTING
Little Rock, two,brother J. H. I characteristics and chemical prowill recently run East 210 feet along the Am SYSTEM; and
from service Alfred whoIs North edge of State Road Number AND good history. Open
I ged the COLORED
; MAID Needs work
:Bullard Russell Bul- be one-half the MISCELLANEOUS --
White Springs I supported' at 6 thence North 210 feet: REPAIRS. U. S. ings Gaiensville and
; areas I
I Jthtpughout
lard, Palatka; one sister Mrs. C. t support rate for acceptable varie-I in the service and: stationed at thence West parallel with said Agriculture and Post Office bldg at good worker clean honest.' call
1 Jasper Florida will be received until state. Write Qualifications to
I Ii State Road No. 6 distance of :
rfolk John
A. Sweat White Springs. ;!s ties.t So it is most important that yirgjnia.} ;and Sybil 210' feet; thence South a 210 feet 2:30 P.M EST: December 21; 1963; C. T. DonaldsonAsst. 4fa neg'erJewel news office 792-6331: Itp

Funeral services will be held;,i each farmer be sure of the varietyof .son. &I.., ;,;45 / -:>,v to the point of beginning con at General Services Administration Tea' .; I FOB SALE-::.-3-
taining 1 and being locat room 353. The work consists! of re Co.: Inc. bedroom house to
Thursday December 12 in Pine ,tobacco he plants. ed in the acres North half (Ntt) of Atlanta; Georgia. 30309 andthen Lake City, Florida. ...- -Dec29p 1[I Jasper, Also nice building lot. foe
Grove Methodist Church in Suwan |!', Growers are urged to consult Mrs. Winnie Martin of Twin Section 4. Township 1 North. publicly opened In adjoining

Dee County. Harry T. Reid FmerallHome i I with their County Agricultural Lakes and''sistdr MrsY Joel Selph Range DONE 14 AND East.ORDERED' at Jasper roim moving 353.window The work A/C consists unit: of paint re-: ," 1. r. 1,I more call inofrmation 792-3343 after see Six Glenn Scaffor D27p

is in charge. \I I Agents regarding: the most suitable visited their uncle and aunt Mr.: County of Hamilton State of plaster new work and patch existing GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE p.m.

----- I I I varieties for their locality. I and Mrs. George Young Sr. Sunday Florida 1963. this 15th day of November. system work: ; airconditionlnfr electrical and lighting and heating sys -Lowest prices in20 years CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE

JAMES HOGAN AWARDED 1 l afternoon. Also visiting Mr. THELMA LEWIS: C1.rK tem.One Auction Saturday 4 pjn. No-house Call Saturdays only. Robert Ehl-
of the Circuit Court, Hamilton set of plant s peri flea tiott* and
MEDAL Jam/'o J1f".t. alI and Mrs. George Young was Mr. County Florida. other bidding material are availble bidders. Fixtures also to'be sold: ert, Jasper. tic

Army Specialist Four James H. '. ; ; Isaac Shiver Sr. Gregory Cours A Paniello without. charge to general' contractor Open 1 Oto 12, 3 to 6. Wonder Bar
Attorneys for Plaintiff -fffrofiflra.wings! and speci I I FARMS WANTED
Hogan ,24, son of Mr. and James I IF YOU
fication will be Jasper Florida. Dec20p
404 Jackson Street (urnished to selected I
A. Hogan, Route 4, Jasper, Florida Mrs. Sarah Beatty and childrenof Tampa 2. Florida 33602 Builders Exttifemtei.: Chambers of t would like to sell your farm
was awarded the Good Conduct Jennings spent Sunday afternoon Nov. 2229, Dec. 613 with Commerce; and,similar organizations SEVERAL USED I see us.V.. have calls for farm

J.fedalin Mid-November while serving k with Mr. and Mrs. HarJon Burnham IN CIRCUIT COURT will be understanding retained on their that premises the set TORS Best of REFRIGERA.I every week. _W. L. Bryan, Beff.

with the 1st Armored Divisionat I *. THIRD JUDICIAL.. CIRCUIT for inspection by any interested subcontractor ed to sell. Mannings I 2.2985 or SY 2-WS1
; firm. !
Mathis Jr. and phone 192 Real Estate Broker. Phone
Fort Hood Tex Mr. Raymond IN CHANCERY i Checks or' money orders furnished Jasper SY
Specalist Hogan was awardedthe I little daughter of Jacksonville are MIRYIV J. RAGAJtiPlaintiff as bid guaranty-In the amount of 20
Percent mpathq. made payable to the FOR SALE .HOUSE In Jasper.
medal for explenlary conduct I osp'Eal 4:1VS spending this, week with their -vs.- GeneralServices I Administration I $3500. Others priced higher. See
mother and Mrs. ANN RAGANI Total StrwUl 'Business FARMERS0MONEY
efficiency and fidelity as a soldier grandmother Set-Aside applies '.
PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL, NOW: DefendantIN to this project. &4 .Rbbert Ehlert or W. L Bryan', Reg.Real .
in active service.A Mary Mathis. THE NAME AND BY 'THE AUTHORITY Bidding material available at Estate Brokers Jasper UIN'
driver in CompanyB. Battaliono I Lanier Hyers OF THE STATE OF RPom 364776[: Peacrtree Street NW; for your farm:' pet:1Jtions
Mrs. Evesta"'Lo&mls- FLORIDA: TO: ANN RAGAN, whose Atlanta. Qeorma 30309 after December at reasonable costrerms -
fthe division's 46th OTHER LOCALS ,. FOB SALE JASPER Five Iota-
Infantry he ""* .1Jitr.' residence and address HJI58 s rt 6f 1963; or write to: -
entered the Army in December 1961 Isbin TomBnson' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beers and 'iblo Dam Road .El Sabreataj. .Call' GENERAL SERVICES to fit your needs. Lo5 5 up Jo., and two houses in good neighbor

and completed basic trainig at Fort Lucille Brown *: ,- '3" ...*' daughter. .Martha, talented folk ornla A;,aworn bill of complaint having Design ADMINISTRATION, and Construction Division' 7 y ars. CaD North 1'lortt a faroi -. hood.: ,Only $5,000. Call Robert .
Tomlinsorr': AV"
Gordon Ga. Mrs. Mamie .. singerS of New Year, Montana, -been filed in this Court,. against Public Buildings Service ductoon Credit Assf\1Js.10f Ehlert.. ;792-J6331, or W. L. Bryan ,
Hogan attend Jasper High School Harry' Braswell :" 'I.* n were recently house guests of Miss you', the relief therein sought being 1776 Peachtree 'Street NW Live .Oali'Tel 362- ioc:v, 792-2935, Preff. Real Estate Brokers '.
divirce. You are required tb answer Atlanta: Georgia 30309 .. !
Jessie Burgess (coL) *- '
... Thelma Boltin in White Springs aid Complaint on or before January one time. ,1/_"' .' <;>? ,
Alberta McCtain (coL) : The Beers amity Florida. 3rd 1964, furbishing to C. A..Avrieti [1 Acre'for 'tI&Ie near-.Jasper.qleared Jl.I"-
J Jennings ) ._ 'Jasper Florlja,:Plaintiffs'A\fromey Plate r'dmt .' aJ.( ..fe s ed. Only-$1.000- .t'
Julia ,Clay; PATIENTS DISQW 1ab folk music in ,University of Florida esso will be entered against you.- ..' IN-THIRD AND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .S'tore'AUrron'Fro+ :aF See W I-Bryan 792-2985, or Robert ,"
Senior Chatter SINCE' LAST+WEEKl. s3 2.:: Lyceum,:The-Beers: 'have: recomded,of this Court at.and JaspenJ tttttfflclalseal orida \ ,COUNTY. -FLORIDATfCJIANCER4. .- e.. ltk'sre .::1 f Ehlert,:792-4491, Reg. Broker-tfa .

: Jane Lgng : ., ...,.: _, '. for ,prestige, and International this. 2nd day of December A. pJlS63THEBMA JOE' : Ii l1 Tub n'Jaowen-j,1---------." ,- .. .. __, ...
: Folkways H.
We are prou:0'1 { ;" Pins. : Mrs. -Ka.te; Uendeleen4z; <<'., '. ;- recording: companies.; Clerk Circuit.,LEWIS X>5- .e, FLINT.. Plaintiff ;" .. .'. .- I 215 W.;"SavannahROOM ) l>aL 'C 2J285 :USED ELECTRIC ttANGES': FOR*,.
Gouljkjfcfci '
Two of the :JjjUMCggirls are 1 )ljt !co .. .,. 'ends: -. -- :. -VS,'. ,- [."- "! no.'t1 '] VAZ fA 3TJU I .
Ag lJelJ 1 --.J. miltonCountl .
J ": plan..40 Ije back"in. white It; Sale: Godd',condition.} 1 $40 taod
: obey Ji A BET; .. ,
; FM>T P'f\J'! f. .j a
Hlf "b7 LICE JONES TIC tJ.: 1
cheerleaders t Jo Carter coL ...
I Giorja Barrett.:'( ) 'i'. '
Defendant 50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper
Spii,tgsitor the> ,annual C A.. Av.r"U.t" yJ5t: : :{ : -
and Glenda Wheel i:'1 1ey are very I Matti (colt t ._ AOTICR TOIIKFKMJ" I FOB HENT-r-9ibrs&: private 1 .
.Mae Spencer Festival.I May' 1,. 2, 3, 1964.. Jatiper Florida -';. TO I phone 792-4421 '.-' : -. tfe
good I hear!. I Mrs. Gloria McGauleyJC,' ;, .*.I -- Dec.. 6 13-20 u'2t' 1.IA'I1EL-T.North 8th FLINT400 Street /" 'A room with shower-end.gas I

We are-prcwd-of-the Basketball Janle EeeTlendersbn ( t- 'TENDING -.., NOTICE I Columbia: Miwouri heat 78.00 to 10M-frlllteohs& NOTICE -"- Mr. Pete Register N..

team.this year. ;... Mrs.: Irene Wheeler WILTONMclITI'0 FLTGIIT IJ, Notice i* hereby :giv.Ii"tih the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED between schcoIhoujdKS&ncE1: : ware- I West 2nd St. Jasper, now has

We{lost with Lake Butler but our I Fred McDonald PRE SCHOOL.. Hamilton Board of ,County County Commissioners Florida .will re,i of that been a filed Complaint against' you for and divorce you has are I house J :.;:; *&: ,)i 'JJ20p charge of the rental of the Peeples

B team beat their B team. ,' Roy Baxterr;'>,\\i.i : NavaL Oviatio/j-Offj.ser: Candidat cl"iYebids n Tuesday; December 31; required'to'servee. a copy of your )., I Apartments. Vacancy- \\' ,comfort'ably -
-We ''play Branford here Tuesday f' Wilton M. Mdntosh.Wfrof Mr. and L963 at 10:00 ,a.m. for the following: answer or Pleading to the complaint,FOR SALE pure lied t : furnished one bedroom: apartments. *
Mrs. Ernestine McNeil I Bids for said purposes to be.sled in or the plalntiff"8atlorney ERNEST shire hogs 3 males 9'gifts" ub- -
i..of is ,
night .and White Springs Saturday ..' _.." / '.I Mrs. Frank MclIJ\QS: Jasper the office of the Clerk of Circuit A.rV i7Ti SELLERS; P. O. Box W' "V 'I I Interested. See Mr. Register
nightlBoth: -- attending pre-flight School at the Court;. Hamilton County Florida on ; : and file the original ject to registration. Ito.
; I
are They -
; games away. dO' Naval Air Station. Pensacola. or before Tuesday December, 31-; answer-or pleading in the office of Carroll Hunter ,Dep;!3"'p' I'
begin at 7.-00 our Christmasicshoppin .it Sc t 1963 at'10-00 ajn.EFFECTIVE -' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I I I
There sixteen 1 Hong Pre flight school is an officer indoctrination DATE OF BIDS ACCEPTED before the nth day of January; 1964. VISIT FOB SALE New Spinning red
are more days to for FRJER MUSICCOMP'AN'
now. 4 ._ designed to WILL BE FOR A PERIOD if you fail to do no a decree pro conferno ,I Used Mrs. Simpson
1 ....... program OF 12 months beginning January 3; will ,be taken against you for in Live Oak Florf ..Jor. all your once. Cheap.
... introduce students, to the fundamental -: I 1964. the relief demanded in the com musical needs from and 792-6331 tfo
plaint .organs I! .
f BRAND, NEW! BIG SCREENWorld's requirements being an.. PRESERVER DATED at Jasper; Hamilton County pianos to records and record players I(GOOD USED TV Installed for
officer and to equip them with a. Creosote and wood preserver per ; Florida; thig 5th day of Decem tfc
physical and mental backgonmd gallon in five to ten drum cans. ber; 19(3. I 100.00 and up. Mannings Radio
CONCRETE PIPE THElAfA LEWIS Service. 792-4421 tic
needed or further flight training.He 12-inch Plain Clerk Circuit Court REPAIRS 1 I
will study such subjects as 16-inch Phi l fn ,> Hamilton County; Florida I
23 U-lndt P1&II -" Ernest A. Sellers We repair all types T. V. and i WILL KEEP Old people at my
aviation science flight physiologyand 24-inch Reinforced Pipe Attlrnev for Plaintiff radio. Also Small applianCes. Man,home near Cherry Lake. Ph. 929-
military administration After CORRUGATED METAL PIPE ,(coal P. O. Box 427 Radio Service ''
ed) Live Oak. Florida Dings Jasper 792- 4678. Mrs. Lamptdn Rt. 3 Box 125, .
e. & completing this course he will be Arches 48-inch Arch pipe per Dec 13 20 27 Jan 2 4421 tic I Madison D13p,

Finest transferred to the Naval ,AuxiliaryAir .

ice_.."..!''..pteter*IMM.. Performing TV... Station Saufley Field for primary : ') .lj
rvcUMirfar nctar*arc
'.- 0 'r 1"' ;' flight trainng. ,, ""ti it A> .. '

: > .' ;:, ; -_ f.'f. ; SENIOR 4-H MEETINGThe

Jasper Senior 4-H Club meeting ;

was called'to order on December
10,1963. a{ 1:45 by Don Wethe- v&4-< .

h rington. We met in the Ag building.

Roger Ratliff gave a talk on Trac

F 4f' tor Safety, David Smith spoke on : : .

; hogs and Dennis Smith on Ento- ; .

'Ie mology.Billy Morgan A. L, Miller, Don : ELECTf '( i 'GIFTS'-

the Wetheringtori next meeting.have the program for ) I Iy

The meeting was then turned over .. ,. ... :;'

to Mr. Andrews He gave us some
literature on soil sample testing. From tooth brushes to care to"HO" scale toys. :.
He demonstrated how to take a -'- there are hundreds of powerfully pleasing electric gifts available

sample from the desired field or r to Santa's helpers this season. Browse among tne many

place. He gave us an idea of how suggestions listed here. Then, be surd to vtift. the stores featuring .J .'

r the results were given. From the electric toys and appliances. Choose gifts that keep ongning ;.
E-- It Seel YFLS better living. dectricaDy! ".1
feUd to County Agent to the test I

ing service then back to the
TAe MONTROSE-Md.l J27O5-Ntw County
'"Slim CUswc" styled texture finished Agent. From there the county 1S" BlANitn cor ree CIUMOOC fOOO WARMER
metal cabinet in Maroon color or Ebony agents interprets the informationand BLENDER writ MAKER 000 WASTE P4IPCSC*' '
t color. Features sound-out-iront BOTTlE WARMJt CURUNO IRON FREEZER "
speaker.2O.OOO volts of picture power.$229.q it is passed on to the fanner. : BROILER DAMKftOOM ORTPANCRfOOtC
-, '..... Also the P.H. Chart was explainedto BCA.BS-ASSOaJtD FAT FRYER
J .' .w.
all 4-H members .v ; CAiStROtECMAnNGOISM. .

4-H jackets please let Mn Andrews OUTCN tyVE/f... ; HEAT tAMP .
know that you're interested. If we CLOCK 'AM ..t ,'. JUICER
COMPLETE get enough members interested ,it CtOTMES DRYER nUo* POUSHta KNIFE SHARPENER .

AT LOW PRICE OF TABLE TV I is possible that we may get them CtOTHES WASHER FLOOR $CRU'8V1.tA.A '. .... .,.)
cheaper. } H -'- MOVIE PROJECTOR
:a ,a .
!. ., s; NIGHT UGHT ;

$ 18016 r ---:- .: RECORD PLATER
I e Tc.- 1< REftt1GOATOA-f1tUZU: '
printed production r ._: 1. ; SHAVER .
shortcuts for fewer service head. x" fl.- ; ... STEREO HI.,. t4, ,
aches greater operating dependability. $ ,L' ,..,
.Every chassis connection in Zenitfi. ..> ..LJW'TOOTH.BRUSH: .
TV is handwired.! hand solder ., CONTACT_ I ,_ C- fy.7.4v r :.,- #OT'4. ..&" -
.- 's :: _, : ,VACUUM CUANR.'f 'f' '' _
.el rdi .. : ,
r ::: .
e White They Last ,I 'lI D.YICKERS : if '..-"" as-S.-- .. J. ... ,
nry ;.:. .- .
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i, Jasper 'FleriAiTelephone Qi
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Ads.N w6Ki"Wa
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I 792-692l :! .. -
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JASPER :. -:- : SY 2.4421 Res.O '792 831, ;,,1.' 4 ': ,.J .- "' ,y'tytJ.Jt, : ; T T EteCTRICALLYl I I

: '- -. 'l ; '
.:. .
'. : CREAM
0 b CHEESE :

gj g c
l l@p 8 oz. pkg.

OLIVES I i oz.Glass U.S.D.A. Choice '. BEEF SALE
P'i E S'sEREDRPVLUEMS'_ 318 For I/.oo '


.Jar CORN Can 303 9 for $1.00 "' OR AGc

;4 :3 can

:FLOUR BEANS"3for49. : o STEAK*:<.'



Sugar I LETTUCE HEAD.r. 19 s C. ShoulderROAST. 5.9c'


C 4ib. .
5 Ibs. 14 Can oz. 39SWURFRESH c RIgA69C
NO.1 1 FANCY .
Limitonewith500ocmore bI J 25JIFFY "
Food Order 3Lbs. 3 cans .ZDc Cut
'0 Walnuts lb.59c' GRADE, "A".. GA...r",:FLA.
MIXES 'J .0. .
9oz. _!" FANCY '.. Ib.Mixed -Ground 3 Ib.Bits.
25 .
Pkg2.for C nuts 55c c' STICKS -Ib. C' <
Beef 1 39
;c' '

a ::;4ti1 GIANT PACKAGE HOLSUM 12 oz. 5c SHORTlb: -39
I' $$' .1: PEANUT Jar RIBS C
.:NC 28 oz.
'- BUTTER 59c

Limit one with $5.00 BUS-IS RED KIDNEY
or more food. order. < '- 303 :
Limit one With $5.00or c
more 10
-- order ..... .,Y'- Can 12 ozfood pkg
JIM DANDY-'QUICK.. .,.. _..". '{I I1 rnrn "::- -:' 'Y"'. .. ...." : FRANKS 39
: RIcEartn -
-1 i a. :

% :1 .
".:_:':.' .''f,'" ':':_'"','-,LB. 3W FRENCH'S SLICEDBACON"

CHOCOLATE .'AdUIK: ...: : .' ,:.,_-9C. IVajXiCHl] .r Ibs. 6; gJ' C* .BLACK PEPPER: b'' 3'9C .

4 oz. 39 SUNSHINE
'- '" Box C HfflO Lb. Box 41c
THRIFTY ---------------

3 C 2BLEACH,:, .
49 ( -
Ib. .. %
. :
:.' : .=*fc. Eit ,'' t.'. ,i.liei CertifiedPriee Grocers Of FI a., I nc.
Limit With$'idei '
one : Ritz .
12 '
oz F+R. s/C *Good December 12 tlxu December 16,1963 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED BiI"