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The Jasper news
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Minutes'Meeting Winners Named In Chiistnias'L'ighting' Chamber College ChordsPresents ', Folk Singing At I NOTICE

HamHton-County Sponsored :By' Jasper Garden'"ClubOn Resolution Christmas White'SpringsDecember I Christmas The' Health day Clinic will be closed

Commissioners Monday night three judges''and The Reddin,Dales. Honorable Protests Tobacco Program I 26

from Madison 'toured our beautifully I Mention; another tie, The Charles- The"college chorus'presented a monthly Sing to encourage local
'Jasper*FloridaDecemsbei" decorated ''town. They were Jones;and, The Harry 'T. Reid*. Acreage CutThe"following special Christmas program at the The second'monthly Folk Singing singers and to introduce many'''
'16, 1964 impressed by'all'of the originalitythat Colored; First:)-Best all round, concluding' Dec 15 fall semester gathering l spoAscred by Stephen Foe Florida and South Georgia folk singeve'and'playen
The Board of'.County ,Commissioners was used in the decorations Runett Williams; Second O>rene 7 resolution\,was pass I' assembly= the North Florida Juno Music Club of White,Springs will be to each other All
net today at 11:30 pursuant throughout 'our lovely,town, Bryant; Honorable MentionThe ed by the Directors: of the Hamilton 1or'pliege's' Directed b/ Maurice held at the White! Springs Woman interested singers and listeners are

to roll,by. Cqy14cCb1n; : They liked.the star' which overlooks Joseph Vaughn"'name. 2iamber of Comm#rce to vigorously King of, the N1r3CTagltlty' ,the chi dub, Saturday. December, 36. 7.30: :invited.t
and the foDowiiqfynein&ett our whole' community i The The"judges> ":: rere: Mrs Pat Mil) prot19.6% cut. in the to: nurwas acompanied for two select- The flist singing'gathering held
present: Guy&M GroverWhaef?;'Lawton Mo of Commerce building is very Fred MJcader; Sr.: : Other' accompanists were, Penny! "SInitr: ilnl,Inspired lovers of folk'music. Many'
Culley and Aaron HoginU County outstanding They were just delighted WHEREAS. fatm'ramlly"1ncomeb WhltfleM. plaraat,. anoT'Raymondcaaln. by the annual Florida.Folk Festivalstslee outstanding singers, guitarists, banJoists
AttorneyW.'A1. Drury. f ,was also with the tour. After much delib- The GatddtrlQu6'wtslrkf'tdthankthe ( Hamilton' t County: Florida' as I' organist, both of Perry.' tach'w": -, nd In May f and fiddlers of the area hereto
present.Motion. eration: They decided on these winners 'J judges- for the-marvelous'Jobthey well as the/" entire area, is derived' Selections presented accompanied at, the StephinFoster' Memorial, sine:"and'play until af" mid
was made by Mr.; Wheeler, : Commercial: First \Wise's did. "We, ,feel'thai our-lighting largely1 front the' sale*of toba'cco' by'the ensemble'were" "Glcrla prompted the nValc:: : club to initiate night
seconded by Mr McCulley andu program. is a wonderful projectWe cropL"'anlt these individual farmers I "
Drug Store; Second Kayo'aStore Drug i In Excelsta Deo" and the '
unanimously, carried that the following ;' Honorable Mention, Hamilton also1 wish to, thank: FloridaPowerfo ann skilled in other occupations lous,Star." An ''English: .traditional\ In d"Aro."
(bonds' be approved by ,(he County Bank. White, Best all rtheir aid toward making' ,even if Jobs In the trades were available "The Holly and the Ivy' was followed a t (l
,Board 'J. R .Miller, Charlie RhodenF. this program a success, Prizes will and uWHEREASJ '
Round. First, The Mallory by W'O Holy Night with
Kenneth TatSrt. Mrs:'Ulrna Bras Tutena'f) be sent next:week:; Florida being one of By;Robert FiskThis"1 wuld:: like to take the-opportunity
Second, a tie, The Raymond Camps Melody Walts HomenUle. Ge ussolcist
well Mrs. Ann C. Malpas, JerryB the younger: tobacco producing : Concluding the program' ,if,th*;'"\ to wish all a very.merry Christmas
Smith, Maurice Bennett and '" states lack the vast network r' %'hat''I, Heir and remefabcf" Uit'HtfrjIru'or( th" '11"".,a very,prosperous New Year,
Joel Selph Chamber fQJmmerce"Organized c prctesllonal1lob* organizations was with "Do Miss You Whitfield,Hear and McClal, past >'ear an<*)J-eY,..,l fhe'trueircan-) And pledge I curselves Jjo( continually\
The foflowmg Tesotuttun was I .White1" \ to' be 'found In older! areas where log of Christmas; I srlve itO.mate ours,a better and.
unaroiously adopted by the Board. I >rings- per farm Is larger'and a base from accompanying' Ensemble tri pairing (oreriedrt th i? past )'t ron4f" more proipercau+ community\. 65.
Members of the Bras '
RESOLUTIONWHEREAS which to:cut'Is better established, has ta'rtthlmber the new I I A special greettnq'to those,, whonil
Chamber of commerce organizedin velopment and promote the town's and are''Dan FUlford and Mlss, Whitfield triendrhiieInnrjMnastatkr; : 'rirt: -;' pend their first Christmas in
Insurance Companies
the White Springs, 18 pt. head. assets Much praise goes to Mark of Perry, Mozait DeSilva and Elgin <' k. 1 win
doing business in the Stateof I WHEREASy these aforementioned in worktai; 6-tl-;'r to m "I' Jascer f.' Qir prayer Is t atoU
White Springs' newly organized Wheeler, director Community Development Walker of Madison, arc! EarllneWeatheVs ,In "h'4'h' \1) of Chriltm
Florida have asked the Insurance I areas have for years set the Community a \tfcr' : p'i!:" 1-U the' ntpnlost sea
--Commission to allow an in-'Chamber of Commerce began Its of- Governmental Relations rend in tobacco policies and the and Jchn Wheeler of Mon. to live, I peilOritnf'.m:( 'J lh t atd to ts: "nf 1 hilt Wi'wll Ibe'the most pro
cre&e"of'the"'rates automobile fical business last week. Department, Florida Power buyers, professional warehousemen ticello.: Miss' Walker, a student at a part of ..JasJJv) ,t"> j iip.)rf, ,4.t"'cp porous tt yaT lives.
Office hours or the recently chartered i I Corporation cf St. Petersburg. who and other trained tobacco handlers Madison School I; Is the,daughter the n'II'tr o; vva'u: gIn: Let each of r vs 'make this Hollcuiy
liability insurance; and, chamber will be in the Stephen was very instrumental in creating In' most instances are men from of Mr.. and Mrs.. J, T. Walker\ of people Season truly a)tlme- p} Peace
WHEREAS, the Board of County I interest amon gthe citizens leadingto the' NFJC facUlt,.; We the fthe Goodwin ?
Foster Memorial south gatehousefrom I states with older' and larger acre employees o, .c\; f on Jarth. to MenCONGRJ
Commissioners of Hamilton County 9am :until 1 p.m each Wed- the establishment of the Cham ages; 'end 4WHEREAS The assembly included grcarp' sing I
Florida find that many,o fine citi :. Ing-W Christmas nlsJ'The' Rev. .
Dev; Bert E. Wheeler, retired ?,less than three per' \ "-
zens of said County,'are opposed''to nesday a chamber spokesman said ber.Already many Inquiries concerning cent (3%) of the total tobacco production ,, Jack Shaw of, the First BaptU, SS1 MAN( '',DON FtJQtTA!?:.
any such Increase of, insurance Nazarene minister and contractor housing, buoinetur,\ farm and frontf Florida\ and Georgia Church 'as. the invocation.! I Dr. -
and. thattheattowaneeTofsuch -- Hamilton.OTJC J1. 1Kr+ .y+ r
rates ,
Marshall pre )l'ATTENDS'
Jhinapnilak: are head:of Jhechamber.MrsrWiJbert residential; propertyranoVvgenerolhistorical and less'V1arfH t\IO\ perceht'(2of.
'. inctiaUJwtn-hay*,**'advene ; Altman In information on ,White the 1964 production was placed dent,'presided at the assembly: KIWANIS LUNCHED n
f+ effect on the citlseM an' RM" 'econ. secretary-treasurer A 12-rnember Springs are being received and the Tobacco Stabilization Corpora' ,
my'of said,County j i,_ board of Directors'gpvems' thevorganizatktv I answered. tin, yet Florida and Georgia'Farmers '. Z4' ,.i
THEREPOJfrB'pSr j! ITCJIESObV-: ,". A membership drive ".Is th ebar's Oem are"being ,forced\,,to reduce WHEREAS, farmers In lIamUtorCoutIt "r- J.q+"
CD' that t;tony of this i resolution Organization of tb: chamber f first project.' Future plans their 1963 acreage in the same pro ) being;'unable'fo produce 01 ,
be furoisJied) t othe Honorable' J came as one of the first results of call for assisting' the 'town\In a portion 'as these,more highly pro- the name" 'acreage" allotment in 196.1as Rah trI
Edwin Larson" 'InsuranceComls- Occidental' Petroleum Co,'s decision beautification program;! ,promotion Juctlve'areas mentioned previousy : in 1964, will lose'an estimated
stoner, Tallahassee Florida.! to, build) a phosphate. muting of industry recreation, housing development 'who have consistently placed In one-half million dollars in farm
Approecrend adopted the) 16th plant near here., II preparing a map of government surplus as much: as family income and wherein Hamilton Is I te'y' Ha '' ''t 1
day of December 1964 A chamber spokesman said came White Springs A: suroundlng area thirty percent '((30%) or more of County agricultural Income before t' rr
GUY McGHTN, Chairman into existence because thecitizens listing all available property for' their total production during the onlyseven million' dollars MfT-' 1 It yftr pi 1
Board of TthdyiCmtmtsstonarstIahthftorrCounty felt, with the coming of ,the phosphate > sale, rent o rlease A assisting the same years, and the cut, a reduction'of of the total Is dra' ,
I : Industry! and the opening of town in advertising White Springs. WHEREAS, these figures clear- lion dollars very* and y i 1 a l
stl and difficult to overcome, fl, .L .r '
Florida interstate 75 near the town more I I The Chamber meets the second y indicate the buying records and recognized iz e kt# n '[1.4 i E
while It
ATTEST: J. R. Miller> Clerk I WHEREAS, '
I should be done to encouragede- Tuesday n every month. habits of the tobacco companies r
The Clerk Informed'the "Boa.: .--- -y ---- and further Illustrate that such' tobacco such reductions decrease the purchasing -
that check i nthe, amount of the morning service. power 6f the farmers and w ih
a W:S : 0. S.' Presents, using industries do consume ;
$736.00 had been deposited to the I Mrs. Walter'' Havener! president he type 14 tobacco'as commonly reflect' in the retail sales of urban 1 a'ttmnressman
" Fine &: Forfeiture Fund, of the MemorialsThe of the W S. C .S., will make the grown In Hamilton County, as well areas, the overall results'are even t ,lti" ': :.t ..
familiesare ,
Board of County Commissioners on presentation and Mr Marvin Rog .is'the" Florida-Georgia belt, ther : more catastrophic. Farm ,: :
November IT, same' being Refund. en, trustee;:will :""accept the gifts by' ,..vln-the federal government I In Jeopardy of' losing their;'entire' '1"'}.. .11'f.'( '<0 I .-
from the Sheriffs office. W. S. C.. S, of the Jasper These memorials are given In memory enormous sums of money by eliminating life holdings and belntf'forcedo I 11): .
The following petition was filed Methodist Church-will: pre.entk the cf MrtJN.'J..Dupre;!Mrf.'D.! ; the'need for declared"." ,vacate entirely!; which. .: can" be i ... 't' ",f ..<
with that'Board by'Mr. Dick Guy church with Altar-and'PulpIt Clothes R. Hcgan. Mia Vonnie Nunn Mrs. I >luses and stabilization policies or substantiated bydata,; from the U J.-J/ .ifl! ,.(;, tt'liJI' _fl-il'

in behalf,of the Occidental. .. Corpora 'on Sunday: December: 27, at C. B Rentz and (ri:O."A. Worley. _practices; and 1 BurtMt'yof,I Cenaus'snd'other reliable '
:,sources; and Don"lf\iquaoV the 9th Congressional District spoke
tion. ..j-- _.. ........... contervatlvelyestimated ,
Miller. ---- ---- --- WHEREAS is
Mr. J. R. r { ; to a good crowd pf KlwanfaniT Lions, and other Interested citizens-1 at.
Jerk of Circuit Court Hamilton the weekly KiwaniS bmeheot'Tuesdsy' In his address to the group bet
Hamilton: County displaced In i wul before "
fr presentbdtflsviews oto such legislative proposals which come

Jasperi Dear Sir'+Florida irfj! ; ( : f954.64'.aJ Counb1.aldne'fl a cUr.cj:tile* result o-y'esr'pei1dd pf the,reduction he'next session of 'Congresses':Medicare rnd'Reippbtilotiment" and a

In construction of the Suwannee j2att'a ".* 'in'acreage 'The'' tmpendIng he touched on the subject ft foreign affairs 1
River plant certain building and : ''cut in 1965 ot anothef U.6 per He stated that Medicare, which Is the king-Anderson proposal -

structures wfll lie required in the it : cent wilt cause the displacement of that will be presented to the tIo H.'ie inadequate'to meet the 'r needs of
area presently occupied by'flje} dirt Br Hellin. S gr an additional fifty/arm\..fsmillei., medical' care for the aged, and the cost Is tremendous,: .
total acreage cut since
road known as Cooper's Road.' bringing. the '
We request that the portion'of Ibis >' :' 1964' to fifty-one percent 'and! the In foreign affair }ie'fold'of:; the position of the. United States In
road between the intersection ,of The:sky,wa* darkly:blue that night, ,: ,, number of families forced
Pool Pond Road o nthe west'' and 'ThfirhilWdes. turning brtittin.Stirs ., I* other' means 'ii! livlihood to two Great Britain where Prfme Minister Hardld Wilson was eltded'In f
Road the east die :M hundred. four' votes::
Sugar Ridge on a Parliament by, only :
tance of approximately 1.1 miles twinkled brightly overhead; ft.M" ./. NOW,.THEREFORE, BE IT RE- On reapportionmenrFuqua,,he hoped that' the next session

be The abandoned road lies as in soon Section as practical.142.: Not fa cloud: was found. : SOLVED the Hamilton BY the County Board Chamber d Directorsof ( of or Congress could pass leKll tlorr that would offset the "one man, one
Range 15-E, Township(1-S.( Thereare i't- Commerce that 'a strong and vigorous \'Ot.' reapP HiOnmHlt' rule' an ed 'dJwn' this' year by the Supreme
no homes on/this portion of the ':' protest be :made' to, further Court He said he feels the Supreme Court. Is. rewriting the Constitution
minding their flock that -
Shepherds were night '
road, and land on both sides is property reduction In this ar !i/mifco allotment to meet its own desires.. "
of Conntinental Can Company When, 'the angel of fthe( Lord came 'down.He < due mainly, ,tq ,the consequential J t
effects enumerated above ,,iru
or Occidental Corporation of Flor
ida. )' said, "Fear not'for bring good 'aews7And' but.ts'ti bit grounds that additional

We will appreciate: your instigating .. '' glory shown around.1, economic hardships"will be Imposed ]
the necessary procedures for: this oh the Vast agri-business enterprizes
abandonment and wiQ maintain. detours \ such as fertilizer- chemical( *, / \

as necessary until the read" After1?a multitude'': of the'heavenly'host '. 4 warehouses businesses and'various: other supporting' -
can be closed permanently, j 1
At a later date we soil l request that I Confirmed the angel's story//' /.'' BE JT FURTHER RESOLVED.tht r
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the remainder of the Cooper road ..l'o the said'organlzaUori: \ representing r6su
They joined in piaise to the Savior lord
all these classes and groupie
west of this portion, and the r
them portion of the Poole oSOU-I}ctF To4,God be all the glory. _.._._ &' and'''in, the[ Interest' of every individual \ _-Si
Road be abandned to allow mining ., 04:. "" :':x" in the entire region respectfully
In these areas. I :.:.. request that everything possible
Very truly yours, The shepherds went down to Bethlehem;", l be done to reinstate the acreageIn :

Chief R. D.,Engineercc Guy j" To see the Holy One.. 4 14 the tobacco Florida to the'Georgia 1963 level belt on: and type '' toTh ''J1

: : Mr. L .A. Varnum i t They praised and worshiped tHe new-born King, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, _- \
Mr Weseley Houston | thati copies of girls Resolution be : -
Motion was made b, Mr Hogan 'Jesus, the Virgin's Son: : :r. furnished to the Secretary of Agriculture 5n J.

seconded by Mr Vinson and unani [ members of Congress" I
moualy carried and the following| J from the,State of Florida,"and all n 1'1;
resolution, was adopted. : .t That holt night brought peace on earth, other interested parties {q 1 yIn
'" 0 this 141' 'day of December
RESOLUTIONWHEREAS. In a newer, sweeter way, : '
a petition has been I N 1964. .' picture. left to right are Charles Vocelle, preaidenf( iecf.o
presented to the Board of County J Peace of f heart to believing one, .1; Respectfully Lake City Kiwanis dub:' Julian Wood, president of Jasper KlwicdiDub : :

Commissioners of Hamilton'CountjM,fcL Even unto this dare: .. ..... ... Board of Directors Chamber *. Don 1 Hamilton County '
Florida requesting. that.1 approri-1*flW *fcsX ot and Chuck president l of Hamilton r
I I of Commerce by,, Caa jo Mayor Jasper; ,: ,

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I I I.It \ '&NQTLGEVlfi5ft r.: kl" >t ',.Inil,publication of I the Do F>tats itibr of It Paul,.IttLDe I BW NiAE y I O! 'AQIMi( t t ; ,i4t:/ ::,: tiiuptr f l t 1911Jj.l

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Idet lis''M""A.te'' IfI1i'1_1 .'.Trsiumtssloiv" h : greeds l i14G'wtr< pet. as IVIIi.! uS INITH., i--w.. As.svh' Ci tlli rRTI' **'?'1 "/.*' 6l.| yblfttty- !' ; vtxwliT ::J rala; ( J ;. q J! fQ: fto't, f:5t'\h'i\ I
l f. 30 gallon drums. Jw1'1''I' i CIAl. CIRCUIT Its justNatune'a' pfrbat2: Tlltetr9h5files d tfCOaAy road eps ,, -'das Po.ti re Paid I.'at
; tlartntnk ron \I ,Floritk-n .
190 wt 1ft TJAR.&fU between ,..., :,( ;r'J" : riper. +
Nones; or AttJaAAror1' 1 transmission grease.. 35 part having \,ShE + the'Pool ','
i th"days
'" '1U 4"" "5 COUNT, FLORIDA. ."p SubretlptiontiStrigtly; In Advance
i> [ pound Pond ; .
an. and
FOR TAX. DBBD AT L.AW shortest when there ofithe'Wedt, ;
; Is
; meet to do.
'' Notice'Is hereby given? .that JIM'* FUEl,FOR(COURTHOUSE' NORTHWEST, FLORIDA itltUloNAL : Bill Vaughn the: Sugar Ridge road on 'the'east, .$3.00 in Hamilton'County '-.$4.00, OuUide of County

UNDERWOOd: ?the hoWer of ,the f' .** BUILDING:t' Y: Corporal HOC8INO EntltyfoUer AUTHORITY th,* laws of A CHRISTIANS1' ylng and'being>> In Sections 1 and Cards of Thank :..1 .. r $1.00 Minimum .
following 'certificates' has IBUTANE'GAS the United States of 'America. and WOMEN; FELLOWSHIP 2 t of To ehlp- 1 South. Range 13 .
filed Mid .
Stale riorhU. MEETS
East be
closed and abandoned
i Per, '
certificates fur :a. tu'eed: to, be Hamilton Ballon;: prlee'deUvered County JaLL to the,I V8 PaUlloaar- The Christian Women Fellowshipof THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED Mr..and Mrs; Robert Ehlert. Editors and Publisher
.thereon. The,certificate LENORA SOWBLU Et aL Burnham Church by'the Board ---- -- --
The f Board ct County Commissioners Christian. met of County Ccminis +-
numbers and years of issuance,.the p.ep <( nu with -;-- .
reserves \M' right to reject -:! NOT'ICE Or'CONDFMNATIOX Mrs. Anson Johnson Tuesday sioners cf Hamilton County Flor

description of the property and the any ail'bids. i1N I TUB NAME AND BT THE AUT.HORITT I 300:;; p, m, Mrs. Wallace Ida that the said Board will holda Governmental agencies: and thereare
names In which it, was assessed pr I OK THE STATE OF FLOIllDA Selph public hearing in the Hamilton now areas along the Sirvyannee
Board, ,of County Commissioners : TO WHOM IT HAT CON presiding An Interesting
.are as follows: Hamilton County, II CERN and Leaora 8ow ll. a wldew. Christmas Program was led by Mrs County Courthouse at10:00: a.m. River that are now being.dtt: eloped

Certificate No. 10. .' Jasper Florida. I. M.. Bowell andwit. Tuesday' January, 1965 to arx}.there Is sufflcier> ,
I "Florida.D J floraawe 1 as r 11f con- areipo es- 1
it 8 1'r ,
., od; ::,..,.., %,'J''fttfs'1lllsi'ti7erk"a'rp' Mn;5Mlrodt90'MIIL.: : :; rC .takkr.'.nd. Iw Kwa 'tra n(' i11'' 4NN AilM,""r 1
0 'r rtyNW yi '18112. Catonvllle. Florida Wllll the made In said .Ion
request petition gthe river ,without rnakftto the
'< reading,entitled ;
D*>'4cll, 18, 25 i iIV i Frank Bo we II. Hlncle Juper. Flo. VO Little Town of
of'SEU except $: acres on E side ---.... I'! ; Evaerella Cobbe, Jasper, Flo'rlda Bethlehem" At the- 'cxirrcluslon'of and entire area.a National ParitfUl; j :;* I,!
'; ,A except 6 acres W side & : and husband Willie Los Cobbe.addreaa .
unknown Bowell Kin .
r' 2% acres for school A SWVi IV AND FOft, HAMILTONCOUMTiV ;ale, Jaeper. Florida; Leroy) Rosa Lee White: I:ham programRtJph'had Cunning the aerie shall publish notice TlIERE'FOREJmtT"RE.j:
charge o fine
of SE VA except 6 acres on E, Sec ., ', ,'.N'CHANCFRT FLORIDA. I'and husband, Henry White, Sill St. ; worship ''of said hearing in the Jasper News Qp
Lawreac Aveaue. Illinois service '
4.T\vp.2 N, Range 11 E. 59% acres TUB BARIHTT' *ATIOVALOK BA\K Hobert Bowell. Jr. smI.. Jasper with the' themeT, 0 Come i at least two weeks prior to.the data:: F1orld /.thliYtheyoppose the
Certificate NO. 34. I ,JACKSONVILLE. 11 Klerldai: Morrle IL Bowtll and wife Let Us Adore Him.; Cnrlit the Lord.Refreshments I'set'for said hearing., IKj :"lishment
a CoravrafUa,'.. Et.e.tdR aad of a National Park
Sowell JO* William Strut
Year of Issuance 19(52( C1TIIMUMMrCALLI, 'H. e Nifty North> Carolina; pvl.! were served by the j Approved and adopted 'the-'.16th would extend: from the source: estab-I
Description of Property: NY% K.*r>lrl*. .f 1111'hPs.LIE ::-rnJo., Dancer Jt. Benjamin l hostess. This being the Chrlstmes day of December, '1964 mouth of the Suwarnee

of NE% Sec. 9, Twp. 2N, Range M. MrOALl.4 M.PlalntlffifiKOKCM d.e.aeef, 'Harrison Indianapolis. Indiana, Freddie meeting gifts were..e"chU1ged.MISCELLANEOUS GUY McGHIN, Chairman m FURTHER ; I
', Dancer, a Jasper Florda; f BE IT RESOLVED
'. mitiorI .
HE. 40, acres. ieN r' Jimmy Dancer Jasper Florldfcj |. Boar dcf County Commision-
P. DllW fftLOII1 SHOWER' hat a copy of this ResolqtMi be fur
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Sandra Ann Dancer, minor I
a '
; Hamilton
Name In which assessed: B W. ers County, Florida
BUKI.'et Miss: Marie nished ,
Jasper, Florida; Shelton Lewis, a Williams bride-elect to the eSuwannee iRIver. De-
Deese & Wife, and Maynard V.Kahl I Defendaota.ehrNOTICR OF SUIT' minor Bradl.,.. Florida; Ann Lewis December: 24, was honored witha ATTEST. J. R. Miller, Cleric Dev lopment' CommlMipn, Lithe
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a minor. Bradley Florida Otle
Tim STATE OK' FIX>RT A' miscellaneous I Motion was made by Mr. McCtil-
I.. Bradley "Florida) Millie Wat shower in the Bur- Boafd of County Commissioners
AU of said property being in the TO: George F. pr.tyMi4,Ale| ,wife linn' and wife, Doris Watson 1134 ley seconded by Mr. Wheeler'and I eat C9itnty "
County of Hamilton, State of Flor Am lath Drew. If living, and If J Northwest 4th Court. Miami Florida nham Church Annex Wednesday, unanimously carried that the 'pro borderith, efi, i3i
dead, I (mkhdwn; h a. Dec. :6 from the '
t j, and to all peraon having or 3 to 4.:30. As the guest Honorable Don Fuqua.'CohgresMcCinV
\U. .e.. aranternniaiultother'per.aona t till posed welfare building to"be'located -
I cUImln any Hint Interest
ida.Unless such certificate or certificates claiming' ; br'. through' orun.,: I, elate, inortcugo or other lien \arrived they were'registered( in thebrlcte on the North West,corner of the I m .and the Hororable SpessarttL. i\
der them I t" I and In. Hblland HUd Honorable
to those certain
; pnrteiKI 'book.
1 They were then DeorBR
served said
shall be redeemed according Louts Buck!, If llvlnc ind If I t land situate In Janper. Ilamll park bring proper' of .
\: to law the property described In dead, his unlf.nlWf\.h"ln. dew ton Counl,. Florida, hereinafter' cake, 'punch, mints and nuts Smathapf Umted: Stetes! Senators.
'..... grantees and ail other per | itcrlbrd together with all vn from a table overlaid with a lace Instruct I and to .te.-Wationaf: ( Park Se-vf-,.'
; such certificate certificates will ,
or ;
none clalmjlna', by tbr..1i or un know persons claiming by,
r'.t be sold to the highest bidder at thecourt der them and aU persons:; .claim.I II through and under known per I cloth evergreen:" The .punch bowl Appro(txL and Adopted the 16rh,
v house door at 11:00,o'clock a. tog any .etite. rl. ( or Ins 'Vonfc.; who lire ''d..d'and who are set at -one'end of the table, encircled : bufJdlrat:. r day of L1etembe-1964.. z
; -I Orlien'epo'Lhqreal ,not. .known to b* dead.or alive '
: described; : herein, or" ; .with: white Camellias and fern The Board': unanimously""adopted ('.ls! Chairman
m. on the first Monday (In the, month property any WHKKRA8.. th* Northweat Flo. ,
of January 196 which It the 4th part thereof, .. .. T(1a( .. Krirlonal llAualnc Author The gifts were displayed on a long the following Resolution.. Board.,ri;; r
t. Yon at' lii.t9' ,Utltted'thai.u1\ . t day of January, 1963. has been filed '*gal>rftkOb.| 0' J'OIi "'nn' domain proc odlac*' In theabove table centered by a lighted Christ- c of tY, ..
: 5 Dated this 2nd day of December In the Ibov. eniitlrd.raue: *' ..and you entitled Court against the I mas trThe: bride elf t was presented WHEREAS, there is a movement Florida: ; i, -:
Ara required (it file Jour afoawer and persons whoa name and pieces I r
t' 1964. defpnee jo the .eornpUM" with the of residence are herelnubov net. a lovely bedspread by the to establish a National Park en ATTEST: J. R, ;titular, Clerk

J. R. Miner, Clerk of the Clerk of this Court, and to arv a. forth being the Defendants In hostesses, Mrs. Ralph Cunningham, both sides of the Suwannee River I There belrt gno.rurther business

Circuit Court. Hamilton opt r. who thereof. name bpoWIPtalnUUrs'attornC .*vnd juldriaaJas F. Ii. such Petitioner cause eta and wherein to condemn the said the Mrs Joel Selph. .Mrs. Franklin from It's source in the' State of before the board.:sA'board' adY '

County Florida I larrell, P. O.>twt: .ft.,JiuwFlorda !' fee simple till to the following Gaston Mrs Anson Johnson, Mrs. Georgia to it's mouth at the Gulf I'J: \ 'f''f'Journe4' CHRISTMAS
on or before1 'heo'JfIb.'>day o' described property a* la set forthIn
Dec. 4,11,18, 25.: January. IKS therein setting fort th. Petition filed In Teford Sullivan Mrs. Wilmer Deas, rf Mexico, and the establlsmenr of GUY McGHINaVCh. of,ft n.
a es. what estate, right title or Interea .o trat the same mar Mrs Everal! Allen and Miss Janie such a park would stop all development ATTEST. R. Mill&rf'' 1. BLESSING
In or lien upoa the following d... for the conatructon .ad.cau"j along the J
NOTICE 'I rlbed property, claimed by rout and operation of a Burnham\ river except by l'.I Ql;' .
Notice Is hereby given that the The BKVi of NWK or the ject to.wit) "
Board of County Commissioners of I I SB 14 of Lot I, Section 4. : 11 A. PARCEL NO 4Begin Mr. Jack Vaughn has been con- l I D. E. SCAFF sEd!:hTWO \
Township I South ItWga li
at the southwest cornerof fined to Gainesville Medical Centerfor
Florida will East and rontalnlMr 1 . REGISTEREDBULLS I ANN MALPAS
Hamilton County, receive 4f.i Block 104, La. -. Survey City ANcCJS'
bids December ., more/or'lftvfc Ut }\ of Jasper. Florida and proceed the past several caYSi.We hope ...
on Delores .
If fall to dn MMjfa Pro I
you lit teet northward parallel to Mr. Vaughn will aoonUw ,well and 'jOWl
31} 1964, at 10:00: a.m. for the following !- Confenso wlllW: ,"tent&m Against you Bryan Street thence 105 feet II ''' I
: for the relief drnm\ l d In the com. eastward parallel to Clifford back home., \ o' D. E. Scaff, Jasper, recently sold
putt for
la the
plaint. Tola
Bide for said purpose to,be filed In of removing sll :.oloyaa from purpoe the Street parallel; thence to Bryan northward Street 10 thence feet Mr and Mrs. Ralph Cunninghamspent an Aberdeeri-Anguy: each to I II I
the title to the said Hnds and for theeatabilehing emitwnrd 110 'eet' parallel to Thomas C. Coody IT Madison, Fla. '
) office of the auk of Circuit and confirm Saturday night and Sunday In 1964 I
Court Uamllton" County, Florida, I tiff the aame quieting In the bVnlff*. wArd Clifford lit'Street feet parallel thence to aouth-"ran'' Gainesville' with their children Dr. and M. C. Wynn Jasper, Florida. "

on or ,before Thursda, December I WITNESS neat of thU ml'HrWtfrnblt''.%d ,uHI Court the offloIn this. Street: thence eastward 75 feetparallel and Mrs. Richard' Cunningham and I mss

31 1964. at 10:00 ti.m. 9th day of DeVember, 1S 4.CI.FftK to'Clifford 10* .feet fltreti parallel thencesouthward' to children. H!. '

bFECIYVE. DATE OF BIDS OF ,TUB CIRCUIT Bryan Street: thence weatwardS t s I -- "-
COURT by Alice. Jones, feet parallel l to Clifford 81. Cleveland and Sudie Selph and
ACCEPTED WILL BE FOR AI, (SRAU :Deputy. Clerk rest In said lot I
point beginning
children spent Sunday in Live Oak ( #
PERIOD OF! 12 n c. It. IS.' U, Jan i :4 \t roushly resembling n)rectangle G AS GAGS

NINa JANUARY M0N"l1IS'BEGIN.1 I lying east and went with.corner. with Mr and Mrs Petmywel }11yRobert'Beeltng'is e Cl4 {?1T1413I1 -
TN Tit H,(oU )o1l' 9'H1t removed from 'NKVi' aC'nn. I
,CONCRETE : : COUNTY Ual1 "MILTON. tal"hllf.1' acrta mor1or leas. home sgng <. r .
i 12sbln COUNT; ri/ml DA. being the | nd nwn &' several with- ht ': : .
it days *.pareni or 'J
: Ixmorik. Jtowtll;**>wldow. Jasper aIIAV/ ,
16-inch: plain jj> nut >49TAYp IN, or pjapiArR rWPAlIKIVnr > Florida; nn*.ninth ..tnt.r.J.. M. Ho- and Mrs. David:KfeUtfe. Roll l r'l: T aHINi P.XPlN=at1

18-inch plain ,: ', d n.ed. wetland wife" Cora./ I..f\ow... Jan.. in the Army;jtatlor a;at Ft/Gor

24-1ncb'.Relnforce Pipe t ))1'1!' AU HAVIs'r..A'' AP) OR PER' per Sow.Vlnrlda II., Single one-ninthtnterent,. 1\ O Box ; tool Micon don, Georgia; AT. I \| /)1rti.)

Entonvlll. one-ninth .
CORRUGATED. METAL. PIPE :) %Ivar; ;Cull Florida Mrs
: ) Willie Frank Sowell Single Mr. ard Buddy Mottcrief
(Coated/ You 'and R%, of 'a Jasper Florida os.-nlnth interest; '
you r. tierebynotified of Jacksonville visited with| Wand
Arches "-Inch Arch pipe per foot end/ / Ulrt4, 'pr and hunhnnd. Millie Lee Oohtin. address Mrs. Franklin Gaston ctmdayafter .
claims .n 36-Inch arch .
pipe per foot 1.5cein.t. unknown. one ninth Interent! *'
either of JrnyjMnkv h) theealat. noon. {
18-inch round pipe per foot. / of.VtVVl; Klnsi dec..aid late I eroy Sowell. Rlnarle Jasper.. 'Florida. .. S .b
one-alnth interest, Ron Lee White { .
of e.ldq! ) Judgeof
LUMBER-Plain and Creosoted I llioniltotv Coust1.tFlnrlda. at Me, and husband Henry White. fit St.Lawrence Lawrence and Janis Selph and f.1
4x10 -.'16 to .20 ft. long office In the court house .t send Avenue, Chicago llllnol. children of Montgomery Alabamaare _" .
2x6 ;....,12 to 16 ft. long I County at Jasper. Florida within sir l lrnlendar"th interest:Florida Robert. Sowell... "rRI".I.I spending the Christmas holidays r w.
; Jasper on -nlnthntere MW
month. from the time of :
8x8 (r- 12 to 16 ft. long .j I'the first publication of this notice ..ti Jlorrln. Ti!. Sowell and wife, with their parents, and grandparents f'y kt ) PRICE $6.75 NIGHT PHONE
Krn Mnw tl. 110. Wllllnma Street
FUEL 'Two copies I Q= aFh.Gll>nijor demand Newburn. North Carolina, Mr. and Mrs.:}Bert Zipper- \
HhMI I be Ih wfdlnj'knd shall Hint : nne..eveiitysecond ; 6 '
Regular gas per gallon tank wag the .plapcVr'reHkrVnA ahd'post office interest; Pvt Ronnie JoeDancer. ,r er and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Selph. k CYLINDER; 792-3001
on delivered price., I'address. of lb. cUlmnaUand shall be Ft.. Indiana Benjamin Harrleon. 'Indnnanolln .r CASH ON DELIVERY .
one eventyeecond
worn taJby."tie. r\tlmajvt.\ 1 his L gent. Mr. and Mrs Lamar Hill are
H D. Diesel oil per gallon I and } by interest?; Freddie Dancer a ml A
or attorney accompanied a Merry Chrhlmat
) nor Jasper Florida one' nwentyecond proudly the arrival ofa .A' (Officeiat i U King Hardware)
i, II. D Truck oil per gallon I, filing rei bt'ab' oliar and such announcing ,
interests Shelton Lewis
.1"lm or demand not no flied.hati i .. a baby daughter born December IS Allot, Our Friend:" : ,,. 4 :
it Tractor, grease per 35 pound cans l I>e void. minor Bradley Florldn.; on* .eventysecond
Interest: Ann. Lewis, n minor in Pineview General Hospital., The
i, .
Bradley Florida, oneaeventriec.ond 5
lnt ret: and Otis Lewla. Brad little lady weighed seven pounds. 5 HOtLOWAY'S:
Icy, Florida. o"'.cond seven ounces and has been named Scaff i Stai>datd'Stit P\ ,

I! CLASSIFIED )b.SI-I ntereet Begin.It at A.the P A southeast RCF.T.. NO.corner 8 of other Sharon children.Paula. The Hills-, have two' I Kenneth tr .Margaret/' /. ,/' '.

tii. flock 14. I...nga Survey City Of and SonnyJEXTfNDSMSON'S ;p '
wn.,''''' .a"'" Jasper. Florida and proceed 100 feet ... z0r1f
HOME MADE QUILTS-Soo Mrs northward .parallel to MrKlnle St'o I ,

i. 1AVE-8A.VE-8AVEI "1iTnttA1-St re.D24c. < III'a feet point northward of beginning parallel; to thence Me.Klntey i __..,, ...-...--.1t&. ......1IJ k......... ... :.Jo'...'."' +:'r L J HOLLOWAY '

30-gal alas l lined water heaters, Street thence 171 feet westward -
: :
!ALL'ME ..parallel to Clifford Street; =: : .
$74.95:10: cu-ft. ,
11 ; Refrigerators J189- I. :thence Ill feet southward parallel :

95 w.t.: 361 lb. Upright Freeezers For, a\1""OU\ Avon"needla. Your to McKinley Steett thence ITS feet ... .
"local r :sent tive. ,> Glenn eastward" parallel to Cliffod streetto
1199.99; 473 lb. Upright Freezers Int nolnt of beginning, aRid lot being fL ,
123905 "' Pr\c14\ Ph 2r69t1 .S'' D25c rectaagl In shape and containing .. ::. ty l i .. .
$ ; 647-lb. Upright: Freezers SO iiprea, more or less being. ownedby
I$29995; 12-ft, Automatic Defrost ;MOB HOME FOR ,, IN Willie Walton and wife Doris Will
*- son, 1134 NW Fourth, Court. 111A111Flnrkla. ;
,Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freeze JASPER | -f.
In use three weeks brapdnew. Ton and each od are +
24995 w.t ,5yearvarranty\ atManning's commanded to i>. and appear r.ri'J ell 1 e. r r
2 baths 2 Bedrooms. $750 down. See '
.... ...Id Circuit l%iurt .on the UTeF. ,
: Radio Service' call 7924421 W. L. Bran 792-4351. or Robert da'or.t.January A. D. IMS. to c..,\ q. .
: : '..,.... hays In islet 'TVerty \
,:Jasper. tic Ehlert 331 registered teal estate you U / '.
and to show caun why It I
brokers 'Tic not l>e taken for the nae and .purposes i
sat forth In said Petition or
else) h*. harred.WITNESS .
Christmas Trt For Sale Corn: my hand and el of eald I '. ._,
MQNEY for your farm' opera. early while the selection is good. Court this IJIt day' of December A.,

bona at reasonable cost. Terms I Alapha Motel. Phone '792-2700: tic 1564.J. R. Miller. Clerk. CircuitCourt ;; \ ,> < ",
? to fit your needs ;Loans up to Hamilton County, Florida :.0 \ .
7 CiD North Florida :::::ATHLETES i FOOT WI B1 Alice Jones D. C.' ,. r r '" l: '
yearn S Dec, 25. last, I IIPUBLIC :/!.' 'I-:{, ,._
Auction Cvdlt Assn. S. Ohio pro-I IwnoW. JfO KILL ITIn : ...._. .,r 1964"

Live. Oak Tel 362-2588 3 days Ii!hOt pleased with.strong NOTTCK that r.w ': i:
Please take notice a. petition'ha >
I T.. -L liquid'' your 48c back at been presented to the. Board WtCounty 'r' '.r

..:.._- .- I any.drug store. Watch Infected skin County Florida Commlnsloaera, requesting of Hamilton that approximately -' : ;: "" .." f [[[[ :-.i",; '.. .

POSITIVELY' No hunting on slough off.'Watch, healthy'skin" replace 1,1 mile of county roadhetweea I' 1 S
Hickory Bottom Farm it. No" Itch Ji" burning f the Intersection of the Pool r't'- : ; 'Ii '.. .
:This means ( npre on the west and the ..'!
.1 you.trs.. j. ,. Use.anUsepU( Maude Havener. .,' r TFC' tooInne.for being fn Hectlnna 1 and S of Town- -WE : ;J: t. .,
Pjpwde/ sweaty
ship 1 South Range II East, be rum 4- ." .t.\ .fM .
.- heel. foot ordrV efays active In the sad and abandoned and you are here. ) ; 4' ::1f'1;, y'r ,
TREES Vnt !Sale:see skW. foP,hoursf'rjOWj"t*WJSE'SDJtUO by notified Pur Ch, S3t.Is F. !A that L ; ., ,'-"
hold'a'publiehearing GREETINGS/ .AND BEST rt' 7a 7\ ;
ay or Saturday. Robert the said Board ; 't,
/ "" ,,
STORB f jj too In ire Hamilton County Courthouse \ \ :.
tJ .BP&t:'i" *, D24c .::.-: .. al li:00, A. M Tueaday January S 5, C t \ l1t,. "
...., ..... ____ I II. UU to consider and decide WISHES WHOLE MTOWN. >r' ,
; Georgia P15itaGhiiCo.Store whether to grant\ the request mad. TO THE "
BOATStt; 'Price or make offer. : : >
1964 : ,
FI oath :V In said petition.J .
Lay awity new for Christmas.t t K Miller, Clerk of the I, .J AL -' .
SiRMAN CRAFT Mirror, MenUverMt h(+ Circuit Court Hamilton County I '. .. 'ja
Tub Endrsaire'titeaters, Florida. '
<4< nfefc' '!;outh Highway 41VaMosdlvOf. m W'tevannafl"hva 'Qt2.52S3fTYI' I IVA. Dec K, Jan 1, IM4PLATE j. D.I.Ierry-: : ,

D25c ; t ,
f ll i il. J ': '
tJM D r C RANGES FOR F' "l' LUNCHMeat :... Christmas; :

...gg4it.... Cot1tepalt, Jasg and<: :Role Imo'; .'' w r i Ie 1; 1 on' .part em, Two'Vegetables'' J To one and all S ',' : .

-' I **' *' Mm''* N.C. | Pjease; Include stamped, self .
] addressed envelope or lOc for reply One--Teatnr Coffee '
; yytl{
\wear FRIER MUSIC COMPANY t D24c Y.S friends during : .,: '
fa Live Oak ftorida for all your "' .

r; 'p utoal"flied l from organs and JUG FOB-SALE---mis wool rug. '9S I r t.: ; ..this happy season. t', ,:.q} '1 ;" .
MIll record play. S
record ,
Slalkoa In. Uc [ one year old, only $140. Call f(" '..- ,
...' & .. .
Q. 792-7971 .
.... M.. -
W refelr' jilt types T. 'V. and for Lang's

..... AMO. .JIUII ap panes. Sale, in good working order. $10 I and Donna

';I", ... Radio.. Jisv4ee. Jasper Man-I takes It. Call 792-6331, The .1....

t' \ per News. I tic. JASPER JASPER \

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December 25, 1964 JASPER ,

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Ark. Travelers because muscles,of chances stiff Joints are good and that aching he:I Evans CompanyAnnounces .! Stocking Hanging Became. A I I DON FUQUA .';: ;!. ; ,- >J!',,..dI

To.PJayJBaskethall Jipt is a( member'to,be.Jn of ondUion the team.,by The Januacp men t *Bromb- '- tustom ItirDiigh:t Accident I Jieports From Washington', .. :;.

9th andcKe( the.rfcansas Travel- ? I I .
Here tlon and : huhl r.At .. t '* : IC C! The rif fitt9 'brnt! !tan Oft'j }; "' tgrg "
m .we
Jajuia5g!\! 4! ;?i'9drf'tf.J'l" Iftoeffl'aen :f 1M pains but tio p 'nsionj qt.tatlOA: vb;l j' Arh rican rcklld I ,' nljr! lctrrjr't! ;> festival e ll !in the .I.II : the Cong 85 3 i' wlthowippitr l |t nTh e fa.s' a iiito

Hazel Walker's Ark1n .Travel- cl'\\1)e out an'ins, bccketrall.TJ hangs.1>>4 stqeking ,b..x ,the .fireplace ,I 'lusdait-- hurchipdJti'Imathenemebecane ;, \ ; return tb v refs wWtM fnoV a rminoaAerieneelI
ers AU Girt BasketblA'TeimAVretu } ..'\ 1'I Ik:'art j Formal c* a ne# 'Fiber' Pro-, 'ttlrl fsifniag [mi..'There.! -aorrepted l to San heve4everibeerualkrwgdin4" : ,I 'aht"deepihnmbly\'!
; have dgcta DlvWIn..oC. canon: { 1 T1rgdv ct ta ta ''Clao*' 'awl'assiclXNfd' withth'1 I ..
id Id.Jadesmwpr'teYFn -V.
Jaslw.SanrcJiy; re nt51 l)I ,on baaj3 .faclnatlnar: tale of grateful. tnt j' >
: lni! ..Pre.Fe&1ingth eieetkrrpt. Dr. ,, 4 'etii lets oT thi:.Christmas ,."
January 9th, and challenge the Jasper -,'. ;' Company and the. : adTentor ;] $ 'ft .11.1 Ml. .. ,:'" ,5J .
batiKetoo\1 game the P. Piotr,Zenczak ( ) as a vice president with Its tee, its decora* Let afiiln you 'b"'
p. T. A. All Men'a Team af cq Once upon a time-so the !Je" season me urge 1o call upon me at any time that 1 can of
8:M p. m. in the Jasper Schocl Gym, >A. wilt serve delicious Fish Dinner of Evans Products and gen- Rend l'Oea-klndly Saint Nicholas lions the holly and the mistle service. A.'lejter or. call ':10'our fftce' : will be welcome, and we will, at

Proceeding the came; from 6:00: \a from 8:00: .to 7:30. p. m. Come. eral manager of the new division who was in reality Bishop toe.These .. all times do our utmost to'serve you. This Is jour office and we are
7:30: the P. T. A, will\ serve a Fish ,'cQjoy a good dinner at the Elementary was announced here today by Man of Mlra,. in Asia Minor. unintentionally today are the joyous I merely Its custodians. Weconsider It a privilege each: time that we
School Cafeteria and to of the
go on ford A. Orloff lymtam of Christmas
Fry Lunchroom.dinner In the Elementary School the, Y1T. ;sluf1.for the game company originated the custom I are permitted to be of service.
It-Is bound to be a big, big nishtof'entertainment hanging stockings by '
Formation, of the new division.. the fireplace on Chrstmas eve.Saint .I And we jam Deeply'appreciative l to have your letters which counsel
Although the famous Hazel! Walker for everyone. Ask
which will take over activities previously Increase In
Team performs night after Nicholas< was a kindly us on:.legislation! pending before the Congress Your thoughts: and

night,.-and often In doubleheaders .- carried' Materials out by the Division company's man and jolly and very ricK: conclusions are,always appreciated :and are a great help In attemptingto

thee talented girls never appear to -HDP{, :: STOPMALICIOUS is recognition Building of Evans Pfjducts Journeys He+ loved into to make the country mysterious and Gas Pipelines solve the. ,. great. IsM i 'Ir,1' Which' beset our times.TIIETOB .
be 1 !1men's .
exhausted or The :a:
weary fiber
Increased emphasis on products
: poor cions of the community \OOO CUT The cut in flue-cured) tobacco acreages as an.
team have ahead/. n Jl and technology Orloff said. Florida Gas Transmission Co. "
I ; to bring secret gifts. to the pounced by the Department of Agriculture will have serious economlo"repercussions
The ,' of local' 1 poor. .
practicing.;!: ;.e The division's plants and officesas of Winter Park the pipeline]
be tiVOOUS'BURNINM For a long time his Identity re on the toba Co-producing areas of the Ninth Congressional
team will given Jaer; hw- well u an extensive research mained hidden subsidiary of Florida Gas Co.
but be
ever if you 'seeany4nisri going around atCorvanai was has filed an application with District. ---- -
: facility
and caught with his sack of
town frunting and groaning the Federal Power Commission
'" .. ,-.'. .- Ore. It is a major manu and .gifts on his back. Cutting' acre-glsa' by almost 20 percent represents a loss of one-
facturer of battery separators I requesting authority to increase
;N. ; : : Dawn Til. Chimney fifth in the tobacco Income 01 our people and should not betaken lightly.
I. a, manufacturer and distributor of tM capacity: of its Texas-to. i
Saint. Nicholas knew an old Upon beTQ'InfOtiy d'lafjuivan Ce. of the pending announcement of the
;a' I hardboard specialties for the building Florida natural gas pipeline by1. \
materials field. It recently Introduced old nobleman who was very approximately 23 cent. drastic"cutv.I4. media ey -contacted Secretary of Agriculture Orville
: per
,,' "Vinyl Panel," a decroatlve poor and who did not want any $Jregister an''official protest. I pointed out ta the Secretary
Interior paneling faced with vinyl one to 'know of his poverty.Wishing'to The expansion program will I that last 'e'8r-k'M' th """tWo percent of tobacco grown in Florida and

sheeting adhered to.a. hardboard give him\ a gift of cost approxmaetly 42700.000 Georgia went into Stabilization, while almost 19 percent of the entire
: l I money Saint Nicholas crept to and will tile to
dis permit
O' base which Is now In national company
American ftaft Stabilizator
purchased by
ur'ed'p'op was
"E" tribution.Pv I a window of the bouse and aaw increase Its deliverytei, of I }
I the old gentleman asleep by This makes It crystal clear that It Is not Florida-grown tobacco
,Zenczak has been manager natural gas to markets in Florida
!. fir that Is increasing'\ tl ) of tobacco. Florida farmers
\ ) :;..p,. of,Qber.product; of Evans Products the from 359 to approximately surplus are producing
j Building Materials Division since The good 'bishop climbed to 444'million cubic feet per day the leaf that Is desired by the manufacturer and, thus, should be

195S. He Joined the company from the roof of the house and drop., W. J. Bowen/ president of the treated'as"* separate type. For over a year I have been urging; that

the UnversJty of Washington, where ped his gift down the chimney company', said "In order to Type 14b';treated as a separate type for marketing purposes. It Is
r he, was, research, associate in the thinking it would fall on the | serve the increasing requirements my opinloft'that; the authority exists;,uncler present laws for such action..
r 1 1r college of engineering, A specialist hearth at the nobleman's feet. of our present gas customers :
in wood :chemistry he obtaine.i his However" it so happened'that locating in our market Cuts\,'Intobacto'acreagea should be made where farmers are not

doctorate from the Polytechnic l InIl1tute the gentleman's daughter had i area it Is necessary for us to producing,tobaccoa.; that the, market desires 'It is foolish to penalize
of Poland ,and studied wood hung some' stockings to dry by I expand 'our pipeline system, those produclitflbd l t Hype of'a leaf that the buyers' want on the same basisas

and wood pulp product engineering thefire' and the money feUInto I The expansion will provide gas those who,raise? sllckhlgh' poundage, low..quality tobaccos.I .
in Scandinavia, and Western Eur one .of them. From this J 'for our retail gas distribution

; ape He holds a numberof, ..patentsin kindly'' deed of the good Bishop companies and our industrial ,veil i mntln4$,piy efforts< in this regard and at the same time will
j his field. has grown the widespread custom cus-tcme.s but does not Include: a.III'' our'farmer.*.in anyway possible to reduce the amount of the
,. 'Dt. Zenczak is a director and ol hanging stockings ''at j additional for acreage '}eal
any gas the I ciitLr'The solution, however as I told 1 the Secretary, Is to
secretary, of the American Hardboard Christmas Urn, )i electric generating plants of cut those who1 do not produce the tobacco that the companies want to

Association! and a member of The Died !. 1M7 {I cur two Iirjrest customers Florida I buy-for our>people are raising tobacco which has ready" marketW t 4
the Electro-Chemical Society of anniversary of Saint Power Corp. and Florida

America, American,Chemical Society Nicholas.: death in 1087 eventu1964 I Ii Power A Light '< Technical Association of the .."' '''''' ..-- ..-- -- ..---- .. .. ..-- .. ..."'
j ,
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@' y I3ostesaes; wreJMrs.,B mce (J5an*'.'Monday nightwas; ,oC,the opening Broacht;cUb;.(so'd' aa4 ; i "AM token of our .appreciation "The disease of ,saner. ibe'f'f:.: :
rJJ Un, Miss Maripn.VivleyjMrs J Graham ot:,Headquarters,House of'Georgia lraaktBC a0 u4.m.mJ ,.to the thousands of dedicated volunteers banished from life by'!calm, .410- dd .
.. Black. Atterwardthere.wasa : I Garden dub. A few.,words are The tfActujtmn purl rake hurrying; persistent men and worn :.
@ tour of the.Garden. ,Center. D1; me--Georgia; and Garden Midi to harried rope I who ,throughout the year en working 5 with every' shiver.,..or
: $ '"' .-'... CUbe -* The.bills remain.frith scent give untiringly ol their efforts feeling, controlled.end,supprea: !"edt 't' .
I! I share with you .poems that I It I1' .was sitting In the desk but of.conifer. and services to the humanitarian :- in hospitals, laboratMvaatdam! ; \ I':".
& ( :L' ':k [come,from "Cheerio in Old MexlIco (-. /hurriedly, got my glasses and a . : cause of the conquest of cancer cnzlollowmentjtovl. the-motive' ;1't;.
/ ; ., "' : rS. *' by Anna BlakeWilliams.j pencil.. I hope my figures are cor. I I look ,forward'' '3 Christmas ,. we bring to you a'message of ,that will conquer i cancer-wiU.'nbt .,:.-.::.:
., j The ,Three Kino ,Journeyed! : FarWe recto '4hb- Flower Garden Club letter from Marywil Hunter Croson Hope and stimulation along ,be pity or horror; rather.: It willc.atlamd .
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\ ,met, to find our.jWilfslon In Georgia of Bakersfield. California She
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,Continued every deaf, for 23,000: ,Wcanen'were:members, In Georgia. music 'lessons and,!* a. t .
"UUIe Prayer to far and wide;, Mrs..Madge Cook was entertain- then the dome tha'organizing' Scout., Edward Is in 'the ,second :
Bless.aUour,. friend. Jed with *luncheon at Ashley Oaks J Was hung(wtIJa !9a4ne.A members-<.he aIm'is to make. the grade and I U a Cub Scout. EOTACTSVS
this Chrhtmaa-tlde. I in VJdcsta.J< Tuesday, Dec. 22. brilliant Star drew ns ever on. world more<<; beauU/uL MarywO is a Jasper girl and
I' Each dawn we stopped at A tour of.the).headquarters House their many friends will be inter-. \. ....
Wayeide,Inns to rest' oar weary was televised. It Is an ested to,hear of them.. '.... r
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Oonetve to pray antiques c' : Mrs. Virgie Cone, Mrs. Molly DAVIS WELL DRILLING CO. tl >. jp
Amazed, the dicing travelers {I rif Cernl fend daughter Susie -
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Intent,and,urged m gayly to by.Anna Blake with Mrs. Cia Hyman. Mrs.Cone for SALES AND SERVICE on ;11 ',' '..
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'$*.' these words shall be ins 'world which we live and how our r This ChzistniasV:: ; let Ui make'certain -' --- ,
-1 I 1r ihiM-fheart: and thou shalt young'' people"have gotten out of that we'give the greatest gift "w.
teach them diligently unto: hand. fron'tIie I thy children. ." '(6::4-1) -names butthey; are always our nreatett love to our Loving'God For: All Your Insurance Needs See'Wilmer ...:;;
.; The most valuable gift we could made to take the blame. To me, Rev. Thmu S. Warren Iq7I
; I posilbly'give'thla) year Is our IcMi! this indictment'' t snot at aU ,Just. Pastor Advent Christian Church .. .
.,:..." 'Pastors '5'tIy to God 'This suggestion )is, ctpec.; Oh year some of our younr people 1 } Deas d
tr I Ic1 laU)" true In. view ,0'the 'fact':;'that are pretty wild:) but whose fault la :
I"He' ''first1 'loved us. Un.( *:.19) it really) It .Is mrce than likely )t- ,
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,c1 ,mortal ability to love Him. much can be placed at the feet of j FARM BUREAU AGENT \ :
.1 u Hi loved ua,it Is still Hir.desire some idellquent parent. There la I r
that we attenpt' to duplicate .It absolutely no better remedy for
Approaching us Is one of the venary of Ills >birth "Thou shslt'love Lori: thy God I wayward living than doing Just *Auto, rue, Life, Farm Liability, Workman Compensation :':
with all thine heart" He says. what God Shu JBirected us to do.( /
reatest of the church year followed, has: presented
: Our live ''for Him should trans- Teach the young lives which have and Bond
::" The greatest that is ,lf Christmas op'rtt: ; > 'ty to repay I tend our love for :everything l; or' been placed in our care that to love 1
J has Ms true ,meaning for us. The (H'm '"Hh "iir cnv. 'h? Book of everyone else'in.the world 'J IlW.' Cod Is' man's greatest obligation. a CIiett / .
first Christmas was made possible! !: Deuteronomy God Rives the world I who was God< In the flesh told a What about it Mom and Dud? Have R :Office Phone 792-7501. .. Home Phone 93S2281tODemHChrlsttnas .
for us ,by the purest form cf 'love what He expects It to do In return I young man one day that if he were you done your very best Have youproven -_..:..-- .
the"world has ever known. Even for the lift of His' Son: not willing to leave father, mother that you love God by teaching Toil#! ;
when the world was vile and unworthy I "The Lord our Gsd I Is one I family and all else to follow Him. your children to love Him too?
Cod gave Ills precloi: :::-c.ito I I Lord t and thou chnlt love- the that he was unworthy to b- His chspiple. Our
',. redeem it from its fall I Lord thy Cod with; all thine Ii IiI Is not) tihs 'exactly whit Gd: 1'1r Friendsnd t; nt; ;::! Z::: ::
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was God's gift of love to mankind, 1 and with all thy might. ? Notice carefully ___ I
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111.',"' volveed In this Rift' cf love to God Although there Is a saying to
;;', An outward pretense of love will no\\ the effect that "gentlemen pie- I .; everywhere.tIlinmtlN .
fer blondes", the fact remains
do. It must come from our louIs ,
1 a with such a fervor that there wiltbeno that the two most widely photo- I :
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deed it has to bs 'with all thy soul
(;. ,\ and all thy might.," are the type who cftcn runs
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dollar can be changed 293 differ-
but total love. Away with the
end ways using the coin denoml
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nations from a cent to a half dollar
way, you can turn or: your .
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.GORDON love1 to God, pout fcr awhile. and r
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MacRAE then turn 'jt back on again. God 1rlr7
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whose shoe size is 17D. Each
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'Ute will be richer and more blessed one thing U sure, they preferwomen iar+lrs..l..klC
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L" ,.1\ ,Kenny ,ol Uve Oak will spend partI Jane Paffordwho: ( is student nurse Bob Tuten3Jthjfif>; orJtlTllJIand J.r;; *rlfI &i ID'ed these Univenar eal'lk1ar' devised by Hew caleqdainfpuld'caU! ; for adjustment 'I 'zs
.,tJ.;, o fthe holiday season with.Mr .and at Moon; Miss Charlene Bates a large tree all lighted The affaln. We went from first grade to Walter F.: Rothe 60 year old in our thinking and
Brenda Clem Nuns have a tree which Mr the senior and everything' was with a new'month'to *contend
t who teaches* 1 is AlaUta; room founder and president..of the
:Mrs. Clem Nunn. Mrs. :
Wood Is the i Butler:.ho gtWtd college at States Nunn made. This is very outstand so "01t1Itm a)'" and'cheery.: Universal Calendar Society,. with a bit of confusion particularly i
I former '
Mary Nunn. The Wood
as to bJrthd."but, *h* \
I Eason to T. ing. '
boror'Uflda who Inc. of Washington D. C.
teach In the school Live
,', ;, Oak S. U jfU da Just -finished Interning The A. F. Burnettes have decorated For just about as long se I benefit would be so great it
The afcEnglewrad High in,JacksonvilleU a tea olive which Is perfectas : The Sophomore Class enjoyed a would bewe.lD! -worth whfle In 0lbws
& W. T Shivers are looking can remember we have been
.. ,. forward to a grand Christmas. They Patrki-! ,Shiver, Ben and to size. The Ben Bates have a big delightful Christmas party last talking about calendar reform I I ,the 1 ()ng ,run.., Jhe..Jiardahlp
to '
Motes .vvhbalttend: Valdosta snowman and nice,background on Friday. We were very proud would be email' ; ana.temporary
'\\1:, 'will,,be In Starke visiting the Paul Teddy-{ Mrs. Shiver. but no one seemed to come up
present lovely gift to and after the had
to N. their front door I l : al ftdar 4
St tet goes feW' s
;JJ fPBlbir'who
) ; with an answer to the problem.
Raymonds./ This will be sort 'cf a The,class says "thanks' 'to Charles : I' been In1S" :II
Birch- fa/few.years we
RJ.Cjffftnthl. Vane from The Herman Harre'Us have 1
lights Anyone who, thinks about it
family-"\- \mlon or ma}be a home- wood -Topaav l4 Georgia. around their house and an outside. for furnishing the Christmas tree must realize'tirat .our, present would find it So simple! and prac
coralngl Mrs. Shiver' the sister: Jim, why didn't'ou want to open tical compared- 'with- the old ,
tree which forms picture. calendar is' indeed
a pretty a
aftJ ARb. Charles Rogers your present Don't you believe In sorry I I old that ,
of Mrs. Raymond. There are 3 other we would wonder how
Rev, and Mrs. J. W Titsworth with months of 31
I wi'U : holidays at CedarKeys Santa Claus mess some uct a uu/neat:i>rnorarCawevt
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girls which makees five sisters. o put \ long.How
ipexKlhett' have' .
atractive decorations. Soyousee ( WHAT IF JacldeJIIen was ''a days others of 30 days and /one tx moe Adrrt Ono
l" they have arranged a "get together > \ ..-<(ve.t I If you travel around you can blonde ; Wells didn't like with only 28 some,, years and ,you ask.;,. rould t :know rawFa capers. svrwcvrwce.srAgvMOr
' at Mrs Raymond's. Best wishes to weekto have ) Mary I I r wh| n my: birthday- is with a new wrMO r or uar!
; I 13l1h.fntt) > TJvfrd home last a very pleasant evening. Madison? Jim DeVane lost his 29 In others. Birthdays, religious -
,'I. "you girls" and your families, beshis JMrfe (the formertLesDe 'The Primitive Baptist Church chewing 'during a ? Ran I days and holidays come on month added! tHere b' how. "
t" CcperpnltM) Scotty their son has a Nativity' scene which Is very da gum game? Ronnie different dates each year and Soppose :youf birthday: [. Oc... 'i During the Christmas('season..
from Beaty English
J is taught
W; Driggers home the .
.,to tti 'hWW9yJ.season. Bitl TIs in attractive. the whole thingis confusionany tober 6., This year it is //the? smokers are urged'.tbuse ex
Welcome home W. J "" Morgan was a. trafflo copT James '
service < I 283rd day of the Ktrem care with fIre}partlcu-
the Navy+ JfcS fcas been over leas Herndon taught "World History"? way you look:at It.. year. That j,
1 sam;;i ha SCHOOL NEWS day in the Universal Calendar f 'tarly around the Christmas tree.
Bumette was +e for a few since last February. We are< all We Sophomores say "Merry Chrlatmas Now with RotheY'calendarthere !
/ days lie Is in the Navy apd is at 'proud of -this;'happy reunion. The Last Friday, the fourth grade; to everyone.Reporter' would be 13 instead of 12 would be the 11th month, 3rd i it i -Anyone who- has.*seen .Christmas
under the direction of Mrs. Addie day or October 3. You would tree ablaze needs little convincing
.! Mayport. I HalU will tlaonMit his people who Mary Wells months and the days and datesof '
,,' live In 'Lake-nWales. McCall resented a lovely Christmas each month would consistently be the same age'f; ,,of course, j of the o ifckneegand
t Miss Barbara Jo Henderson Is'J wolf' program. Mary'Wen. was the be'the tame. The first of but from.then on your birthday I Intensity with :which it barns,.
home from college. She Is visiting DrM-andi.MrsvMax DeVane and assomparast for the program. Ann- each week and month would would always occur An;';Wednesj j t especially when, it ,has,lost Ks
t'J t her a\ 'lt.rd uncle the I. T. Carters family, .from-Atlanta. are expected ouncer was Martha Drlggers. Prayer always fall on Sunday. day th'e ,3rd day lWtI'e month.) f t'' freshness.So .

t ?' -. -- -, -. -' -.----- was given by Michael Burnette With Rothe's calendar the extra July 4th.'would Jbecbme Solar do your, smoking away
Reading "Waiting for Santa" was lrooperBllli or 13th month would be ius 18th andtjtWoutt always I from the tree and,by all means,
given by Dee Dee DeVane. Then sandwiched in between June occur on a' Thursday. get rid ,of a tree that Is dried'
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t sr11:: the "Star Playlet" was presented. and July and 'would/be called Even;th*;ancient Aztecs had l out before H gttt rid of y u.

*?5I j S ***"* Readers Wallace Deas and Debbie Solar fus and every month have betterTcafefidar'tli'ah; .. vpwr..

.-. .ffcv. 5a Jy aP$W is' f too Smith; Angels, Ann Stalvey and i ". 28| days. Each quarter would t Look' For,,Santa

a '" '4 Diana Newsome; Mary Sheryl Mur 13 weeks and there-would ..: .
Hm% % haute % .jlmeyait"t2bil! | IJitn"'rot for
; 'SrW \ phy: Joseph, Clevie Selph; Kings If>rte be;, .a. ,one-day holiday at thelewTof fpretenij' 'bra;their itotldn or
/pwMigneant' Mackie Sauls, TrouUer and "
? ; ; | ; Wallace Dees; choir The remain i+ the year to complete our I .t "j lt1!"finder,'.the'xtir istmas trees In
I toioVt/idjiky9u.; / t 't'i! der of the class.Pantomine I or.wt:\ around; '' the sun. / 'ta 11"'"b y setlc,'tbfbt In"' "UlI'nl
/ yi > i; yc'':nch a calendar were put r of FatLV", ,' :j.II."d1ItJn' of
Sflent Night, by Barbara In! use' everything from -J' :
J rt l moonlauhehlngs i + t lNorw y18e! u !ther>C-.ln i.h'dinr
I, Redding; {Reading 'Talking ya throng calculations f 'places throtfgh the house..
I, to my Dolly", Linda McGraw. The for interest to household 'accounting

I i second scene, ."Around, the, Christmas I ',, would be immensely ,
Tree." nW.-vf' :. simplified. Schedules for schools

They did "W lte Christmas". and' ;universities, governmentand .
1 I "Here Comes Sante'a\t.!Up On the ,"industry, would no longer .
House Top", andVJngl: { Bells." have to' be .erappeodJeaeh year ;
The stage was ;decorated' attract and twe could forget' the old I Cijimu ,

"'% IEa ively in !keeping.with c adtL I large tree stood atona.end of the days'' September hah. Every
( : v stage. Everyone enjoyed this beautiful I month'-Would bath"! the same '
program 1 and ;We, 'would know that every I (

mqtittf would begin on Mondayand J : ;
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ENTERT Jtt ', Oy 1 '
\ Like; 'most pioneers Rothe ,hasencountered ,,
Last Thu I g it") student: : ,opposition., :There '\ r/ "
\ body and ta Mred witha Side Ihlrrprs ire!Important for 1 j, ,
.r Christmas\ Tea by the F. H. A. safe drlvllll'' today"s heavy _1 1r 1v )I ,
Chapter': This was under the dl.rection traffic.' People who frequently ',l'4/
-: oC'fii 'Sarbara' Pearman. '
drive on "Multiple lane road- '
I 'Mary Wells helped to plan this lovely ways fimfjlt advantageous to 1 1904{ -

allalr;.'J''14 jva* one of her projects have side mirrors both on the ,

which she is going) to use In right and left sides at Their 1
\her campaign for a state office. \ 'Of ).
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son of.Mr .ana:'burs James'E. Roebuck' lbombers 't;h constant alert, I I ," t. g'l Cv rrstWI" 11 Kul' ;
of,Rt. 1,Jennings. Fla., has I I I .
completed AIr Force basic military I A C1'8duate of Jennings High Sch- I" From the dim! ages of long y. .ear. DDLYEHOUGH
training at Laddahd AFB Texas, cot the airman attended North Fla, have acme many of the A few thousand years later
Airman Roebuck is being as Junior College; Madison. D 1.0 rites and customs of the came the feast of Saturnalia ((( RIfRIOtRATlON |
'IX HOSPITAL ON season. also h'tld in December but the Bl MBlBS
tree the Romans used was a Quick frozen foods were first introduced
'| The symbols use of a tree tall conifer loaded 'with decoration to Hie pvbRc b March,
Mrs. Mary Chamberlain dates back at least 4,000 years 1930. Since that(MM wr Mnut
Roman legions carried
John Goolsby I when Egyptians celebrated in have been revolvtiaalzed by the ]
symbolism the
e'A Miss Diane Hunter honor of their Sun God in the over Alps t wide variety of seasonal foods
+ into Gaul; and about IS B. C.
that ,
Mrs. Louise Scan I are now avaifgbU.yeai
montH corresponding to De-
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,. XW trea,waauued .11Yuletide.
'round. Bwtt-wtlded tMf it
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'1< ,Jdra..unlef( p.-.I. tm ber.'They';believed that the pip* /
celebrations of the Germans.
sLalti Died In the
freezing chamber of
Mary Jones (col.) died
s sun every night and was I
a Ed Riggs (coL) Hundreds of years passed food processors to keep the temperature
4 t born again in thi morning, and and a tree became the symbolof w at a frigid -10* to
t that late December and January celebations connected with
LAST WEEK! brought the turning point, when the patron saints of Russia and
I. Richard Eatman the sun remained with them a of children-Saint. Nicholas !
Mrs. 'Eaclene Goodman little bit longer'each day. This who in his lifetime was Bishop Lt
Paul Hunter Jr; w..*m season at rejoicing and of Myru. in Asia Minor.Bee's _
Mr,k Emma Jean HIghtowerMrs. the' palm trees became their --
Tabitha Caldwell
Charles Aycocfc ymibol, as it pot out a leaf Corner fresh Flowers for inflady'c're alto kept i
win! Brown (col.) every month. fend the twelve by refrigerants flowing
Frances Dawson (col.) leaves symbolized the complete by Bee Ehlert I through pipe. While sturdy the butNwelded towers steel t
are not
Was certainly proud to see so
frozen, low tefaiperblurei of 40*
!( have decorations lor the d'to
ekti many 30'P. keep the n tvral beauty aka
lighting program. There should be and [ust
-picked freshness{ .of the
', c T ,. .._.. twice as many next year so Just flowers for awf/jdayt.( :,, ; ...,, I ;
ti 1 t remember and plan on entering:, as
I'S' the contest Is held every yaer. .:
SEA S4 visiting j
s All those our local hospital !
.... .., .. saw a beautiful tree decoratedin \ ti 1
t' the lobby. ft', so dark outside; NN >1
r s 'r I would suggest 'putting lights on .
; J the two evergreens outside the door
.; :' Surely that would make It much t
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more cheerful and would be a good ,
[ Joy 3i project for someone. '- 1
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-t-wr' Did you ever try to decorate a t butt>= kM it el! pipe car rtes refrig.k'erantf -
964 Q palm tree!' ''Well it's not easy, but \ fo lemperaryrei healthily
1 ; 4 looks good when finished low.Jhcf JuWy it ak you had for din-
,.. '.1, Mr 'Vrai .kept fresh and appettxlng 1
A new Christinas'present just j ar 1 _.,. through' eNawing and seasoning at 1 1I
< "temperatures |oat above freeslng. I
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Woris have 0 rat rr e>Nr aial iww.a ,i s.a t. K
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.-.... : .d;ri.; 'Butch*' ;"VTtheJJ: oC IT* the.Mrs. Loca: Lewis house 'are now who xpected tpme for Quist I(family v tThe4WWin : ; '_tCIiri: > las:l1fls To''lWl'' '. r f
ia iMNeei1 :'"tiNlshn}\ Kerr living JniArcadiA/iiThBwerti! by d ..Ght ,Vaifcfaats 4'ttfeJasper 4 y I
,a_ N]tk: y. t;Jimmy:Qrtw4saftom: Suwannee mas Monday: InItere ,Taltahesseee enroute. tqperd t a:: -(..::J( r ..IY g thsywi'H r."I home Presbyterian Cntistma iday church\and will then beat ]1 By members of Margaret t Lewis* 4th grade'dassTwfutw\ S4.

.., ,/in June, and will:probably /$',' '. 'iUy;Jasper: earl n.'the Co; to Jacksonville'tor-- a' day'with. 1 Christmas,' to me,' means 'more 'iveirFor"Instance C: the gifts-given' ,' ,
)(. !>i manP -- .'. ';"tjo to-' graduate; school Unless he will a.Iwa1..beClarWmM\ ,., 1 .Tn5jyfrrliiLlii; Badftni for( her parents. MY. and Mrs W. 0{ ,,than ,simply giving and receiving',,to Christ by the three wise men '- /
'Iv ,,'U'' .r.-, toes ,Into the Army With the lovely ahlniaf.,t ri ; two*yearfJTSs.:been wonderful; [Cellars. The VM'.ZAnt'. children are presents. Christmas Is the time of were not gain His affect'
P t ,(continued from page four:) J .,, .. 1 lSo r full of H.ppiaera.+rd 1I0pe"No experience for the entire family, Theresa and SMte;' i .the, year when one, celebrates, the] ion. 'So'when one gives, he' should
.' .t last matter '(:ere yoa'are.MariORWorley'. they .areall happy to be' coming: J Truett Comrffer;pastor of Divon birth of Christ We sh'uU: be thank give; because he wants to, and not
: r' ,be sincere curiosity and strong'dVT, 'f'fi' 0I: 'thought to throw; away '. "'Baptist will'be out for .
: }year's,cards. ''bu .I-won't do it.I' home.,The RatlifTi have three children fit for the comfort of life we have I(I because heexrects something! Jn
termination to how and., r:ay.tUe parerts live in >
': 4 ?' kravf, and they'treJOI" i : --Lisa who will go to college now. Christ was b,m th a manger return. .
L I who. i tiCa.irorn.H. C. Wella. t : ; 11. and with Christmas the Collins'K
fq | >: "on a ptlecf hay.. Each i ght when By'Regina '
anJ the sentiment next year, Kris and Ricky.
-From( all of vs.a Joyous Christmas : Ueiy( ct thsiwees; t is. too far to go ,.
Music Party we g)'to bed, we have a nice warm
: and--a bright New"Year! t.o true}, ." Mrs.. M Badq Havener. :and Missb the day. *::," -, bed to loot orw rd-ia.+Chrbhhad I Christmas':tnearr"sa ,lot-toime.

1. The: :f1LAmfrtorf{ ,"r rer: Annc afftd'Gene: ,McKelvey' came The Marlon JVorlenMusjc class i.Mc<7all, attended;,a'' planning Miss Betty Lou Smith was at no soft bed to lay His sweet head on 'Christmas doee-not.Just mean gifts
a ,Florida,Division, Jne. Thursday'.tor.speod Christmas with markets\ theiChristmaa Season,with board meeting of Jhe, District W. home for the w"kend but,returned It .Is not what or,how. ,much one' and '-10)'&' Seine peepi*!think:that
Marjorie Tully;writes fr"m Lakp- the C B.'Harrisons.JJIf .' a RecitsJ-PartytAt, : / the, studio Moncasion S,C'S.,pver In ftulncy',lastWednes during the week to lives, but in." what( manner"it 1'1 Christmas,t Is Just-forgiving gifts
lad .8nd.M. ..Turjacr >vIVMO& o..Jt.. .>>n.. ,d.Q. ttem/aFgcncy/ i W1 tell FT"little llsssiJ>at
1.f.In. ofe, J "> In t .party clothes p .T ,'It; -.i ... ,the'wBWWPIlj *
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,l '')1'' ) '.11T1JTI1.--'U -.. and manners. The room was gaily I phoned the ministers to'tee how would have to work Chrjstmas,day know that Jesus 'aI.born. on Christ
11 f . .- .... ,to dec ted.r-a' large pot of whsts and[Wheretheywlll> spend-#;Christ- .* poured the coffee I mast
crysanUiemums wiUv,a big bow'of mu/ancl1: .is.what.I.find.(The I (Mrs. Von eUe,, BlacK and sons, As the guests entered they,were I I like,Christmas!.because 'Jesus
red trihbojv set the spirit Warrens, of, the, Advent. Christian! Ralph and Graham mf, of DeLand registered for a door prize.' Mrs. was born on Christmas and ChrUt-
_ .. '. .the beau tu1 cedar,tree Leolor,.N, ,Caro- Chuck Watson wash ;winner,
,- .'. -: thatch" Church wfll go to are holiday gueats'of Mrs Graham I mac-is Jesus'' birth ,
with.,the,Christ mas,.aroma filling line twUhTBroWarren's: parents. Back.12rs) Several interesting conteatswere .By'GalftUtIdaey. t
- I ..ttw .,.. the air which; ;was.brilliantly,light* ThepWarchildueJsAre} ;", Xfnda, J, E. Shepherd left.Tuesday* played which were maslag words ,. ... .*,
) I ...... ed. On it were,the.sifts..all alike Galhend'Sornmy., afternoon for Ocala to'be with'Rev. out of "Merry ,Christmas". Mrs _, Gclatmarsniant,to7 reJeica ever
-from Miss Worley to per pupils"* 'f ;Fran Canova cf the First Baptistanswerd and Mrs. R. A. Alley* for the holUdays. 'Charles Rogers made 32 words.tthe the blrthda,.of'JesuB.:Yti *heuld:
Underneath t. the tree were the gifts; d sh*:phnnei: and>nld they+ won the prtze,Each,'."member
At thU ixt we have, from the pupils to, Miss Worley. with the1z, small, boys..Corky, Jay .. ., was asked to draw old Santa The loot I i I Just shouMlttdkenhat.,think'esents: Christmas
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I Twenty pupil took part:In the program and !Simmy will spend; guiet:day. GARDEN CLUB I HAS CHRISTMAS pictures were very..tlevei. thewin' reallymeans ca..g4ve you artexam -
s n.t,:.': npc $,line of1 {tdmusicj, here, I heard the boys over thephone"and PARTY.A 'sting picture was the'one which was l_ what.yoacan doto-( under.
Serving ipuncn,'at the pretty re- felt.the quietness. given for drawn by Mrs. Barabergr'Harrell, itnnl'llin. Christmas.Yoil .
\ .. \a greater ,than- ever,'vats frerhrierit ,(abhtf.wa: :JdIM't) ) Nina l Bro. Norman Beoth. First Methodist I member of the Jasper Garden Each member wrote, .a Christmas. can'read unrnnlnijgpf:*bSMSurtstmas! ; story'.
f Well**. Mrs,,Pau] Weber.and Mrs will Join his Panama Cub at Hickory Bottcm Farm last wish and it was read to the group; In Wke'2:1-20.1.i
ues. Don't delay:comi .*- Jaqk yinson.esalstedwith:, the tray City for the holidays. ._ I Thursday Two little jglrtf*,from*Jennings By' Patsy}Shatar
I -" of; col'rfult;.delicious cakes cook-'i The FredMHering! tofoCalyiry The'-house. was very attractive gave readings,'they:were D e>,DeDeVane .'ry.1r
i In today Ie.. and cheese' straws Baptist wilJ .psa ,.pvrjBtmas tin I with Christmas decorations Pink' ::and.Linda IMcCrs.iTb;, C ?ftsATttOB
,,- .. tn this; petting!"was.jthe-lichter$ Thomaston ,Ga where both grandparents and whiteiwer the colors used this group; enjoyed the ghls, very muck:
!! 1 'I ft' J', I of, ,happy,'people celebrating ',the. live.. J >.ear, vThere;.was' a pretty tree in The hcstessei for this, party were i tt,Ch lstrnowrbr thi'rt6Aa ,orJJeSUIIooUet. -
Joyoue.reasoaAC. The Mabes of.JQrfew-Pond Baptist ere'corner.o which was Miss Inez MoCaM and,Mrs'Walter b'tsy ti. attgstt be-
*H | ever aponog* to ploy thfc, I '.t\ .' will have thelr.rhi.Jd. .. covered: .with pink'angel hair On Havener. They gave each vnedpre;! caus4jUdf.tote 1 fe't".ld
1icnttlltcallfeV I IFUH Mrvandiljs' >Jln>IUckro. n,,Garnet Lt, and Mrs. JJJ Q4i'g th CFt.: the ccffeqt table\ was a delightful sent a' bottle btl'I'UPoor..ft JsKpf. thet'.ere7tI. eaoer n th Nnuovt {
Paul and Bobby;,le&% a.iui- Room.8\ funej tol'htifI\ 188 arrangeinent.,which had a miniature Jelly. The club gave Mrs\ 4latenes', 'Threeshtyy: > !nlK j|tie*watching
,ma. ,eve.ta,spend,Christmas.with ,The folk*'**?* yEoraia, \M*.Voders. tree with small toys en It. president a beautittd'pecklaee.andear t"thek.; ssapps'stedaa iteW enawgel 1
I,the mother Mrs.n Uiby,?!lIlckman J. E. Matatvttftchiklre! :Jlmmys The(refreshment(itablewas very bobs to match.-." Tlis+ W"\'afr.leK'fhe,
I II i off r Orlando. This they do every Eddie of Decatur, Ala. will ('join pretty*with;1''a lighted candle tree ArI; I+satdf "Dat'sibt}! +be .fraJd". I
i i &f.!< them. r In the center of thaitahWThe, same ftICtCtC,.._._ t.....'y<*J'gcodT news. Cod.has sent
I I IJ I ,t .tr .h: Rev. ',andtMra. Glean Prldgqt. )lot color scheme was, used' n the dining -....' HI + to.. be W savi.'' pf the
I. t $ERp.i 1 I Mr. and Mn,- "JQ"ti' \fiddlehave ha Church of God>an$ daughters.. room as was in the.Jlvine room. wort Son" .they
I moved Into their ..ttra'ctive'new ,Connle,;,Kand1 W 1n y wall spend I Refreshments, of ,Ambrosia ser'ved Manyangeto; : \-,awred.. They
hopeoht.ute4l{# nortb 'I, ,Christrnassjn' Winter ,Haven with by,Mrs. Kr.M. Curry, Christ were singing beau iut songs. The
'(',, I.Mrs.' JPridgen's.,,motherland his mu cookies+ raisins{ .nuts;, canr3ya )" shepherds said *'Let'sp. fee ,the
Up.Jennings Way- -f- '- -- - bahv." When thsjr got Ito the Ynanarflhey -
t Mr. and Mnft\ Lamar,JHlli (Buddy z.t. found thf abyt laying intRehay.
Pat) hay lovely Jiew.daugh- Th6y+rllY'ecf' M him and
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;.:; ;. "'" : :er, Sharon Paula,born't Pineview) blessed him, for they knew one day
!C. << Hospital December 15 at,Jlt)9!') The he would be""* great king.
4 raa Hills have two othe. \/.daughters) Tomlinson.
Vicky and Lisa.:.' ; : l' .

Mr, ard Mrs. Oscar'"Ratlin" will I t ,'thCtlJi iJ ;.. ar :l have 'a
Thursday. to.tirovclantt to spend *
Christmas treeIfsCas'pretrylasuan-
.. .. Christmas with Mr, and Mrs. Art \ > be.

\ Roberta, 1r i Old Santa comes and brings our
... The Bitney Ratliffs of London 1 ,
t Tfe ev Ey...-on cur fist. .
a I fttC i There: are' cakes ,and pies and lots,.
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I y d R"rct And stumble''oYer.,.f Jtttle )mther"'jtoys. {
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4 t As we travel home we'f alLasleepi r
Our' little dog curled at OQr, feet.
'#. t That's how we spend Christmas
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By Debby Conner
Have t *. .
her t. ; i t JESUS WAS BO ;NI
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I Jesus was born on Christmas
,\ happy ;:0 Ain'ila4 I Day ,
I And everyone was happy and gay
{ : j Mary laid Him in the hay
holiday. ? :- \[Because she had no other place to

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1' ;;a \ MrT/J./ 11 .CsytenMr.; : W,'J.Floyd Taylor, Miss S.. L. 'Wilson, >Ir. C.

j : .. Mr."L: R. Gsy.l\Ir( W3N Har- W Vice, Jr.. Mr. R. I* Williams, 1*

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