The Jasper news
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 Material Information
Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Monthly I Meeting Assessor To Raise axRefunds !MUST BE INCREASED;; SCHOOL Motto: Know Hamilton County and tell Others about It.

,. Valuations The Board of Directors of the Hamilton County

CommissionersJasper Thomas E. Lee Jr. Director, of Chamber of Commerce will
Decreasing numbers of pupils in, meet on Monday, January
(Ed: Note!: The new school the State Beverage DeyaTni&aif; : Hamilton: County; .Schools has re- 14 in the Jasper City Hall. All members of the Boardare
Florida board this week"I voted' to'ptitv: ports that net Cigarette Tax collection sulted in Students Named ,
; their'meet for the month of November steadily;decreasing state i urged be and others invited to be
December ,31* lisp the minutes- of' aid, according to Superintendentof to present, are pre-

; The Board of County'Co :; ings in The Jasper' News','to b& 1962 amounted to $2,825,176.80 of Public Instruction Harry'T:Reid, I ListOne set, as spectators, or to bring matters up for: discussion.
loners in and for Hamilton : paid for at ,the newspaper's" this amount $775,008.24 win go to To ,
and.as set forth lathe auditor's,report
}. time 8 o'clock I
Florida met today- in ..regular I regular advertising rate) the State General Revenue Fund Meeting p.m.
: for the past four as released I
I I ; stun -and the following I and the remaining$2,05046156 will years hundred thirty students at *- I
1.! r' were present: Aaron Hogan, _January: .8,. 1963, be distributed"tsqualifled'mwici- this week pThe auditors reported Valdosta State College. have been ----- -
/ McGbin: ,Jack VTnscn, and L ; The Board of Public Instructionof that the county school finances ..
&Qows named the Dean's'Ust according
palities 'ai : o Are You 25?
'; : Library Use
.McCuUey] ..and the foHbwing fl Hamilton County met today in were very rpU ;managed .that: ;
J'asper'1.653.59 Jennings 276.45 to an announcement by Dr. J.
r- ber-\vas;,absent; S. K Smith, regular. .session. The following Lake City ;: White Springs; records were. wet'kept and all finances I A. Durrenberger, Academic Dean. The National Foundation and its
,6,588.59i_ 8
business was Up
following hi
; .. \1I.-ere.1n der. But the report j
1 members were present: Clyde March of Dimes is! Mr. Graham
acted.The.. ; 29857.: that In order to be included on the (I
stressed balances
minutes of the last m Hunter; Johnny Butler. ADen B Ty- were Dean's List junior college studentsare ShowsThe Black was Hamilton County's first

:. of the Board was read by ree, Frank Matthews, and. E. V.. reaching a dangerous low point required to have a 3.3 average March of Dimes Chairman back in

Clerk: and approved by the StormanL The Superintendent and County Gets 1 which would' majee continued operation -|( out of possible 4.00) and senior nation's foreign and domestic 1938. He soon became the permanent -

as read by the Cleric. Secretary to the Board of Public of the schools a: very difficult" : |college: student must have a 3.5 for affairs as reported by the communications I Chairman for Hamilton County

The following county Instruction: Harry T. Reid, was matter. ,the proceeding quarter. media greatly Influenced I and worked with the National Foundation
bond were approved by the j present. Race Track Check I The School Board this week noted I j Thoses named for* the fall quar- : what growing numbers ofi I. .until his death. Mrs. Virgter

Gnr.cr Wheeler, County The meeting opened with prayer For the emergency, apd metith'th I Iter, and their home towns include:' Americans read at their public 1- j. Hyman served as treasurer with

missioner' Fireman's Fund I by Mr. Reid. $13,500State County Commissioners to discussit Senior: Hilda C. Alderman, Jennings braries during 1962, a year-end Mr. Black during these many years
in the amount of 52,000. 'also calling in'Assessor Kenneth nationwide reading report released I Your'' Hamilton
J Johnny Butler, E. V. Stormant I Barbara Butler DeVane, Jennings County Chapteris
Aaron Hogan County: Comptrojyier Ray E. Green Tuten for a statement of his ap- the American
today by Library Association -
and and Clyde Hunters, members re- ; Dorothy Davis Fennell Sta- still active. Your 1963 March of
U. S. Fidelity .
Co. in the amount of $2.000 elected on the 6th day of Novem- said today checks for $13,500 are praisal policies. tenville; Cynthia Ann Chandler, indicated.The Dimes campaign is in progress
being! mailed to each of the state's t Assessor Tuten pointed out to this I II t report was gathered this
The following bills were ber, 1962, having presented their Jasper; and Charlene Bates of year I during January. Coin collectors
67 counties as their share of the that at the busi- : from 216 libraries serving popula-
ed for payment: commissions as members of said reporter I I Jennings. have been placed in numerous bus
Hamilton) Road & Bridge Board of Public Instruction for the race track fund. I nessmen of the county paid about i| tions of more than 50,000 and inclu- inesses. School cards habeen

Salary Road Employees next ensuing four years, and having The Comptroller said a total of i 80 percent of the taxes, and that t ded Philadelphia Pa; Detroit Mich sent home by students all over the

t O Neal Goolsby ........ filed bond with the Secretaryof 53,000 has been sent to the counties I they couldn't be expected: to carry'';; FERN SULLIVAN Boston, Mass; and New York, N. Y county. Mrs. Ann Malpas and
Jackson .......... thus far during the current fiscal for the He 1 and Suwanne River
I) W. S State as prescribed by law, as- I,I the whole load county. I Regional Li- Jeanette Lashley!! are busy sendingout
Alex Mathis .... ....... sumed their offices. period. This is an increase of $4,500 I promised that he would issue a I I GETS DEGREE brary. The 216 libraries responding i: mailers. Mrs. Helen Adieks

(f' Sherwood Milter .......... over the same periold during the statement for next week's issue of : constituted 40 percent of the lib and her volunteer workers will
On motion of Frank
............ Matthews Florida State
Ponds 'I Universtiy
Earnest I previous today an
year. The Jasper News about the problems raries to which the questionnairewas Mother's March later in
seconded stage a
by Johnny Clyde
Hilton Westberry : today a list of 416 gradu-
...... Hunter elected Chairman and h involved inthe matter. circulated; libraries selected the month.
Harold Hysmith .... was ; ates who
Dewey Tomlinson ........ i on motion of Allen B. Tyree, sec- After the meeting, the Board of completed work toward from the U. S. Office of Education I Won't you please say YES to the

John Ponds .............. onded by Frank Matthews Johnny Tyree, seconded by Mr. Matthews I Public Instruction placed itself on degrees in the frist trimester end- Library Serives branch of libraries ,New March of Dimes!
1 \ Robert Culbreth .......... Butler was elected Vice Chairman and carried, that they be adopted I record by officially asking the As-, ing in December. Among these which are representative for their I

Emery Grantham ...... o fsaid Board of Public Instruction The members and Superintendent, sessor to raise valuations in the 1 1I ; was Gloria La Fern Sullivan of size and type. I

I Virgil Williams .......... of Hamilton County, Florida. Har- of the Board of Public Instructiondid 'I county. It is..reported that the Jasper who earned a B. S. degreein The report from the 216 libraries was caused, some librarians believed i
Randolph Turner ........ J Ja. County Commissioners did rttre education. experiencing circulation increased because the need for this !
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.. ry T. Reid, holding commission as meet with the Board of CountyCommissioDEll'S I
Ruben Daniels same, but! the minutes of {their eight percent with only 19 libraries type of material was being filled
Grantham ....... County Superintendent of, Public and the Tax AssessOr Registrar ;Murray W. Kenna said
Doyle.L.Viola l Whittled (cook) .... I Instruction, assumed his duties, as was present. A discussion was I{I meeting were not ready for publication : diplomas will be mailed about Jan. experiencing circulation declines. by TV.
.. ... of the Board provided held boards this ,week. (The county'minutes I The reading emphasis continued its Though circulation growth was
Pete Register ...... Secretary as among the two and the 15 to fourteen students getting a
Bill B. Norris ............ by law. The Board thus organized Tax Assessor, regarding the county -i l published in this issue are doctorate, 48 getting master's de- shift away from westerns and light greater in non-fiction than in fiction
Russell White .......... decided on the first Tuesday t valuations. A motion was made from a previous special meeting) bachelor's romance, popular in former years, \the American reader carried his
and 354
Federal! Reserve Bank W. H. .1 of each! month as, the day for hold by Mr. Matthews, to request the I Officials pointed out that county gree, a degree. toward art. travel health education non-fiction interest over into the fiction

Quarter -.a.......r"!...* I ipg its regular monthly meetings. Tax Assessor to reappraise county valuations are so low that nearly,I and national and International -' area and showed increasing
Colonial life & Accident Ins-l 'j: I all property is 'covered by Homestead affairs. Lessening 07 inter- interest in fiction about politics and
for the
financial the decrease in
The die to
i statement property I difficulty is sure to bring the same 'I
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4nsurance Jan Exemption, thus relievingmost est in light romance and westerns foreign relations.Coerced .
Ins. month of December was presentedas revenue. This motion was seconded subject up for discussion again. ..
Cross-Blue Shield of residents of the neces- ,, -
Blue the
.................. follows: by Mr. Stormant, and carried. I:
January I I sity of paying taxes. If all valuations Our readers are going to hear

.. J. Co. Off. & Emp. Retriement.......... RECEIPTS AND BALANCES: There being no further business. were 'raise enough to bring !'a great deal more on this subject Conversion Versus ActionT.

Retirement Dec S. S. Total Receipts from State the board adjourned. in more taxpayers then there wouldbe I in r the next few weeks, and The By John Miller
:.:...-. -..... _Social--:'De lmb Security x-" *" ...-.h..., Sources ..... $49,837.00Totar'R ,. ,Clyde hunter' Chairman more money: ; available for county .'Jasper News will present the matter To examine the means that have lity or negative state becomes a

Ring Power Corp. PartS..... n ; ceIptS- ..... btaih 4Allen Batf ... I ;fcchooMpj&poses, as impartially' as possible in the been employed and are.now being "voluntary" act with the complete

State Tractor & Eqp. Co. Inc. l Sources 36532.00 B: Tyree i The State'' Education authorities I:[news columns, 'acid will presentthe used to produce action constitutes-aIn support oTthepef5en.wha is. j .. ,..-.

& service ... .........:.....* Total Balances 123,997.01 Frank Matthews .have long advocated'that Hamilton editor's views in the editorial study applied psychology. Sucha rIt becomes a potential force -*y" ,

Sandlin Auto Parts Acces. ..29Gulf i I iCtearing Accounts 14,777.03 E. V. Stormant County high school students be column. But some study and study will disclose facts and,'I use In constructive measures.

Oil Corp Diesel....... I 1 Attest, Harry T. Reid, ,brought to a central Hamilton thought on everybody's; part will be principles seldom given public ', Coercion implies in its very natures -

\ Keenan Welding Supp. Road Grand Total 5225,143.04 Superintendent High School, and the present necessary on the whole matter. notice. Among the more widely j.I the use of force, or compulsion. -
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Supplies ...... 1)I EXPENDITURESTotal used means to produce action one The stimulus producing the
M. D. Moody & Son Inc. I> Administration.. 2149.24 t
finds those of 'conversion' and 'co .action ordinarily: comes from without
Payment Dec. Comment from the Capital
Total Instruction) 54515.07 ercion". Both of these measures and is called objective or ex
Lines Express
Central Truck.................. :Total Operation of Plant '5,863.52 ,. '} find expression either directly or ternal. The wishes and consent of
Miller Hrd. Co. Building Total'' Maintenance 2,132.27 A MONOPOLY WE NVER: TALK .Al'JTfcy : indirectly--in every phase of hu- the actor are completely disregarded.

Supplies .............; Total Auxiliary Services .. 7212.36 Van Neff "" man experience.: They are locatedat This type of action reducesthe
Columbian Steel Co. Total Fixed Charges ... 2,351.21 I the opposite poles from each person acting to that of means

Parts ---_-_--.. .......... Total Capitar Out'ay' ... 365.60 other and have little or no connection to the attainment of ends--a sacrificial
North A riSteel Co. j.Total Debt Service .... 0.00 J Recently: Senator Goldwaterof list and your name goes on deprives workers of a legal with each other. Action]i act. It is possible-and frequently

Parts ....................\ Total Cash and Reserves Ut,979.67\\ Arizona addressed the Senate the bottom of the list and you Tight enjoyed by all of us resulting from each one is a matter happens-to find a rather
Shands & Baker Inc. Road Clearing Accounts ..... 5,574.10 abcut the dangerous con work up but for soma reason' under the Constitution of the of common observation. The antecedent I! unique type of conversion that
Materials ........'......... eentration of union power that your name never gets very United States. of l[ from within In to
such action response
n from the causes however -
exists in
Hrd Co. Tools .... our economy. far up the list unless you are Immunity payment
Whiethead Lashley Fish ........ Grand Total.......... 225,143.04A Everyone is aware that one of the ins. for damages for personal are infrequently observed)I a highly sensitized conscience.
Hubert Electrical Service union satraps can grind all Not much for a ;$400 investment injury and property and less frequently studied. When this takes place) there usually
Bill Sapp motion was made by Mr. Matthews transportation to a halt, eat is it? damage inflicted on employees At the follows a compromise between conscience -
present time
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Camp "action"-I[
I seconded by Mr. Butler, and off food deliveries stall the This same worker goes onto or others by union members double quick action- is and one's previous desireor
Vernon L. Wetherington construction of defense installations tell about friend of his engaged in concertedactivities
Water Pump .............. carried that this. financial state- and stop international who was critical a of union such as strikes in evidence. Action, however, has purpose. This becomes an Instance
ment be adopted.Mr.
Florida Power Corp. Utilities commerce at the waterfront. leadership. Immediately, his picketing, and violence. always been highly valued in every,I where conscience becomes
Carmichael Moter Supply, Reid presented State Audit It's a matter of public record friend was blacklisted; seat These are only a few of the Line of personal endeavor. It has .a guide to action. The act then

Parts .................... Report No. 5623, an audit for a four that at the drop of a verb all over the state on tempo special privileges and powers 1granted j been the main factor in the path-'I'I becomes "voluntaryf bearing the
year period beginning July 1, 1958, unions halt trade, productionand very jobs with not enough pay unions under Federal way of progress through the cen- stamp of the actor's approval and
HAMILTON LIBRARY and ending June 30, 1962. This re- deliveries more and more to send for his family or law. No other private organi-I complete acceptance. Unless actions '
turies. In fact from
Blanche Deas Sal. Dec. .... frequently. The Bureau of establish s permanent home. zatton, association, or indiTldual progress stems
Kenneth Wood Sal Dec. .... ; port was thoroughly, discussed. A Labor Statistics has recorded Generally his friend was in the U.s. is the bene-' action, but it is noticeable that of a coerced nature can un-
Nancy Taylor Sal. Dec. .... : motion was made by Mr. Matthews 266 more strikes for the treated little better then a fidary of sueh a powerful I' all action does not register pro- dergo change of some sort and become -

Social Security Acct. S. S. ... seconded by Mr. Tyree, and car- first six months of 1962, overa slave laborer combination of extraordinary | ,gress. Indeed, progress cannot be "voluntary" they remain Inexcusable
Co. Off. &Emp. Retirment ried, that this report be acceptedand similar period in 1961. Yon can hardly believe you privileges and immunities reckoned solely in terms of the results I t and Indefensible since

Retirement ................ filed as a permanent record in This stoppage involved 800,000 are living in the United under either state or Federal I that are observable. The terminal the person acting is used simply as
No. Fla. Telephone, Co. Phone this office. workers. States when you read letters law. product of an act does not I I a means to an end rather than an

Library .............,...... Mar. Reid recommended that, the Senator Goldwater outlineda similar to this one. In courts of law and before I end In himself.To .
substantial number of monopoly How did unions get this committees in Congress, volumes always justify the means employed -
Florida Power Corp. Lights minutes of the meetings of the enjoyed by of have been % I make more concrete an
powers testimony in it. Action of the
power? How long hare we producing optimum I.
Library '1 Board of Public Instruction be pub- unions and said unless we take been asleep recorded on collusion between type should be "voluntary'an otherwise abstract treatment suppose
Doubleday & Company: lished. There was a discussion anda immediate steps to curb the The truth is that the Admin- unions,the abuse of the rightsof of the "will'' of ,. we illuminate the whole disicusslon -
Books ............... ...... Mr.\ Frankenstein we have created union members,and in some expression with
motion made with the problem
was by Tyree
Book Tracers Books ........ we are in grave danger of r cases illegal pacts between the actor, either directly or indirectly confronted. The
Forfeiture seconded by Mr. Matthews, and indicated. A minimum val- whkh we are now
Hamilton Fine & losing-onr economy. crooked: unions and employers -
Charlie Rhoden Sheriff's carried, that the minutes of the In addition the Senator -all in disregard of public } ue is attached to action that is i{'method which is being used to
Feeding Prisoners .... 1.1 I meetings be published in The Jasper read a letter from a workerin interest. forced or secured through arbI-!produce action is obviously that ofI

John H. McCormick County J I I News.A ,Oregon about union dues, To further illustrate favor }.,] trary legislation against the wishesof j I"coercion" with the stimulus ap.

Cost ..........,......... letter was read from the Jasper :fees and hiring7:practices. The .Itism to union bosses-where the plied from external sources. The
Senator said'he had been deluged attempt .
Joseph P. Holloman Sal. \ High School Building Survey ti. two business corporations public is being forced Into action
Cbuns .................... Committee asking the Board of for some years with to dirtte a market, the is an attempt to characterize"conversion" !without their consent and against
such le-ttenl''froa workers in .Anti-Trust Section of the Justice and "coercion" and
J. C. Rogers Judy Services Public Instruction to request a all parts of the country,pleading Department cracks: : down to show how they operate. Conversion their wishes. Forces Is being employed
John H. McCormick Sal. State Department of Education Survey to help against the tyranny I I through legislative measures '
Judge .................... of Building Needs. A motion of tmion bosses. Hera hard.Now take two labor unionsWhat originates with action.a state of A to enforce the acceptance of a
C. A. Avriett Conviction I are some quotations from the dreg the "No Raiding neutrality or negative traditionof
that dfereganis
Comm. on Bond Est. .... I was made by Mr. Matthews, sec worker in Oregon clause meant For practical transformation takes place whereby measure
Thelma Lewis Recd Q I'onded by Mr. Stormant. and carried Try to join' a union and Sstrations and Congresses of purposes these unions are neutrality or negative disposition long standing and a culture pattern -

lions ...................... that the State Department of they tell you that you have" the last thirty years have been dividing a market. The resultof is changed and the means employed I which has become a constituent -
Socali Security Dee. ....... Education be asked to make a survey to pay 360 initiation fee plus granting labor unions sure this union doctrine is that terminates in conversion.It part of our national life. The
Co. Off and Employees of the school building needs for 3 months does which makes ft and greater privileges and immunities the' employee can no longer then takes the character of a I measure may be in line with a

Fund Retirment Dec. .... Hamilton County Schools; and thata well over $(00 to Join. I askyon. all daring this time. join a union of his'own choos ."volmtajry act. Obviously the I spirit of universal brotherhood:
Florida. Power Corp. lightsJai" Senator,where is a work Here are some as they spin ing. He can only join the one, but the means employed to implement
transportation survey be made at be 'process is subjective and operates
........................ the lag man coin to hare that par the Congressional union bosses tell him must. the measure may be ques-
Co. same time. land of money? Even if one Record: Can you imagine the furor from within while the stimulus effecting
Orkin Exterminating There was a general discussionof succeeds in borrowing or accumulating Almost total immunity:from if any employer arbitrarily the change may be either tioned. Finally ,it appears the"conversion"
Control- Jail ...............
out of his employees rather than "coer
the decrease in revenue! for operation this amount, they antitrust taws. took money internal or external.
GENERAL FUND as pointed out in the Audit say there is no work for Immunity from taxation. wages? Intellectual belief Is the initial cion" In our day is the only means
County Indigent: 'yon because are a new from injunctionby Yet this is exactly whatgiant
you Immunity of that can be employed for satisfactorily -
Report although the millage in the overall
Mrs. Mae Long .......... levyis member." Federal Courts. unions claim the rightto step process the
Mrs. Ella Cribbs .......... at the statutory limitation. There Try to get them to take Freedom to use union mem- do. The United Auto Work- I transformation. Mere intellectual integrating races
Louise Cribbs .............. was a motion made by Mr. Matthews : some down and the rest as bers' money for almost say ers bas a clause in its constitution assent however, to an idea or This would be a process of longer

Rena Combass ............ seconded by Mr. Tyree, and you can and you are told that purpose.Power. that calls for an auto movement is not sufficient, when I- duration In at probability, but it

Eva Lee! ........._....__... carried, that the members of the they are not a loan company. to compel workers to matic increase in dues when taken alone-to release the springsof would operate so gradually as to be
Ida Mae Smith ............ ,Board of Public Instruction for Ha- Pay the fall"amount or don'tbother join unions whether they wantto of the strike million fund mark.falls below' the !> action. The understanding ele i well-nigh imperceptible. The acceptance

John L. Rhodes ............ milton County together with the "Even them.if do succeed in or denied not -employment on penalty, or $20 Do you begin to see that i ment is necessary plus meaning of an Idea or movement
Green .............. yon being I forced the public--even when
Superintendent meet with the getting in. yon find yourself losing the job they hare. there is one set of standards and use must be disclosed to the I upon
Lottie Mosely .............. Board of County Commissionersand getting all the wraps while The right to Weak for aH for the country at large, and> actor and then all factors combined nominally accepted-makes a spiritof

Mrs. Pearlie Sheffield ..... Tax Assessor to discuss county a very few get all the choice and agree for an In a plant or completely different rules forunions must be motivated by adequate; resentment and anta niam. It
Annie Mae Whitaker ...... valuation jobs even by teBfeg: employersthey other unit including employeeswho ? ) emotional prompting before an act 1 involves the question of "education
Mrs Frank Miner ......... property don' 'Bare anyone available do not want a union. The Isnt it time to set and'curb "JegWetiwr or Ue IJV'e'r'don" -
be realized. versus
r" :Etta Mosely ............... The minutes of the meeting of and holes choice joe Tight, in some instances to rampant union power of "conversion" can ; "coercion." Which Is
I December 4, 1962,, were read to the for those already working.Ok Invade the privacy of workers. while we still have the freedem .-. The action when thus accepted versus

(Continued From Page; Board. A motion was made by Mr. ffey say fee? have a. TIC t'ai> ii... .....Tw. ,. to 40 aot _----- ..l moves from a condition of neutra- the better approach

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I BAPTISM What Will It Do OJ" ; -" Memorial Note The Heart Cry Of Mllion-! : _._ _. 1 With Your home I. OBITUARIES. -

'?! am'well-aware that this a controversial sistentiy contendthat4'(.r,"l\. remission' ': Stephen Foster iHov Can I Be Saved? '_: Demonstration .* '- ** ,- WILBUR s* *J. *TOQLE- *

subject among..the religious precedes baptism Therefore we :

world however, that makes have it plant ar3-!simple that the : Wjpekwith ;.b ; *.., Just .how we may.>be-Saved isr sin- J .. ,- -J; II Agent- .'., <, '. .t; '4. Wilbur J. Toole. 69, resident'a' of

it .the -more aiecesiary mat*..*we Bible"teaches ,that- .baptismdo. .. ...es.;, foundin ;God's! "'ED! vrordr>wIth j we find the are'iinDers,'fost ? v.- > r V t Jennings dled Wed&esday in thd
study briefly this "act" as it is sct remt one's "SinSBaptism : Program 268 denominations in our U.S.A., arkTout of the family, of God thenI by Wylma B. White Valdosta Hospital Mr. Toole wa$

forth in the word fo God. Often 2. puts one Into ChristIn it is time for, each of us to go to I we gp to the Saviour in prayer, a merchant in Jennings, and w i
the Church of Quist is accused of Galatians 3:27 we read "For Ninety-nine years ago, on Jan. the source-6- 'fan'Information. as to acknowledging we have been going MANAGE YUOR CLEANINGThe a former Mayor of Jennings. -"

teaching water salvation which is as many of youyax .have been )13 i Stephen Collins Foster died at salvation which is the Bible, and I I the wrong way, ask for forgiveness I beautiful sunny days wehave .wf
far-from-being true. Thefacts are':baptized into Christyhave';put: 'onj{the age of 37. leaving the world a know for ourselves Gods plan. j of the wrong jssshaxe- in Florida are often a remin- Survivors are his wife, Mrs Emma -

that we believe an dteach exactly:,[!Chrisf' ;This same..faeis related |I rich heritage of melodies including God warns us that in the latter 1|done aId what is the wrong or der to the homemaker that windows Toole of Jennings, two daugh

what the scriptures teach as related -i l irifn Ttomans 6:3. "Know ye not'!,Suwannee River" now Florida's days some; shall depart from the ,sin? 1st John 3:4, the transgression arr looking! a trifle cloudy: tern Mrs. Dwight D. Hughes of

to the subject of baptism, I j Iit's I|i that so',many; of. :;us have been!|I t I state sag.Beginning. I faith, giving heed to Doctrines ofDevils I lot the Law of God is sin, all un- walls a little darker and furnish- Jennings, Mrs. Daniel H. Dampier
necessity to salvation, and baptized' what constitutes scriptural baptism baptized; into his death",j>Christ? were I I through, Sunday, Jan. 20 the Ste- God, let us take heed 1st Tim 4:1. i I If we confess our sins He (The sparkle, brightness and cheerfulness Mrs. Carl Smith of Jacksonville;

Baptism in and of itself is rendered -1 else is said to putVus! ,into Nothing Christ phen Foster Memorial will sponsora The first step in the plan of God J Saviour) will forgive us. He said will require the cleaning three sisters Mrs. Lawrence Greenof
usless unless accompaniedby the word 'into' i9dUSnedbyWebster: I series of Stephen Foster Week is study the word. When we do this : He would that gives us a !clean' recipe of one part time, two parts Winter Haven, Mrs. Audrey

"" the other' prerequisites in God's! !J I to mean "from & of Programs, featuring musicians we find that we have been living J slate, we are- reconcilied toV, God of energy plus a lot of minor InCleaning Williams and Mrs. Cordie Welch,
r\ toHng }$}jtside,, ,ain 1 I )
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scheme of redemptionsThere from "St. "l'etefs1 ftg. Chicago and a" disobedience ', both of
Mn1.. i 1ife'bf : (or sin) we 'when we confess -or sinssaTd'Ic ? gredients. % -? ;* Lee Florida; three brothers \,
are many things which place state etc. to with-',,Madison, and including; a special! read Romans 6:23. The wages of ,I Christ as our Saviour, for we can be managed effec- Louie R. Toole Ralph Tbole, *" r' "
baptism cannot do. It will not.in. In other \\'OrdSerm "into" presentation 1 of the nameplate from Sin is Death all disobedience is have been.lost and didn't know it. tively by the homeaker. She could both of Jacksonville, and Gordon

change the heart of an Individual, jdecribes the process, of Entering. !t>a World War TJ Liberty Ship, the {But accepting; Christ as .our Say follow certain basic rules in orderto Toole of Winter Haven; 3 grandchildren
remove temptation guarantee a. .therefore according to the':SS Stephen C. Foster. !iour does not give us a ticket to conceive time, energy and a and a number of nieces

sinless life, or eternal salvation?\Ifact scriptures;'Irf! ,jet in forth a lost also condition in this I I I j National Stephen Foster Day, given over to presentation of the jHeaven. or a home in God's king good disposition. Some of these and nephews. -
Ephesians '
Yet at the same time there aremany Sunday Jan. 13 has been sel- SS Stephen C. Foster nameplate. < rules are:

things which baptism will 2:12AU I I|'lected for presentation of the Liberty Appropriate numbers, including!I If we break God's Holy Law. 1. Make a cleaning plan for good Funeral services will beheld on
1 should be concerned with. Friday at three' pant in Macedonia
do. Modern denominationalism has to the "Navy Hymn will be incorpor 'I
( Ship nameplate according again we have committed sin. Thin i organisation of work.
been almost negative in being in Christ since exceeding pre Foster L. Barnes director of the ated into the Sunday presentation Baptist Church in Madison County,
entirely, 'cious and we do not have to do. He win giveus 2. Jse"the right tools and assemble Florida. Interment will be in.Mac-
Ifs treatment of baptism to the gr apromfses$ are made State of Florida's park and memorial program, Reynolds announced.
all the strength we to live gf'equ before start. 1'edonia'
prnrent you j Tine '
to those in'Christ\hotice Ephv: Cemetery. Forest Ma*
point that most people' think of it All spiritual blessing are in Christ. on the Suwannee River. Special carillon concerts wfll be ,,in harmony with His law, and that 3: Elinminate the nonessentials I sonic Lodge will have charge 'of..

as only an ouward 'sign of and lEhjr. JLtT;<',:redemption and the forJghVness -- 'j 'The Foster Memorial is pleased played daily throughout the weekon law, is the Rule of Life for all His those useless. articles or dust cat I I Masonic rites at the graveside
irr ard which really' ] \ in the nationwide the 97-bell carillon in the 200 :people. in Earth in
grace means r of sins. 2 Tim. 1:10, Salvation Ito, participate Everywhere chers. Harry T. Reid Funeral Home is In
:thing at all. Regardlyess of and to this notice the wordsof I I Liberty! Ship Memorial Program. foot Foster Tower.A :1 Heaven and throughout the uni-j 4. Use labor saving{ safe methods charge.of -

such thinking and teaching on the Paul as recorded in 2 Cor. 5:17: which involves presentaton of feature will be a series of man- ,versa. for worl ng.l .

subject the New Testament makes "If any man be in Christ he is a nameplates honoring famous Americans uaHy-played programs to be presented ,, When professed Christians know l :5. .Do the heavier tasks earlier in -
I many' positive statements relative new creature." Manor other bless to approriate organizations by June Albright Chicago what it is to be born"again. (they|the day. I
to the design and effect of scriptural ings could be written but these and institutions", Barnes said. one of the world's few women cari- are dead in sin and do not know it) 1! 6. Dress for the job and rest oc- fabric.

baptism. It teaches that bap- should suffice ta.t ause us to be I I "The plaque will be received in "llonnuers, Barnes announced. Miss The Saviour told Nicodemus .Yi' casionally.i I Furniture can be cleaned by us-
tism will do the following: very grateful thai bp.lt?(ism puts one behalf of the State of Florida bysuiprrrrae Albright, who has performed in little story in John 3:3. : :fy' The waDs cover the larget area j ing a good brand of furniture
"Baptism Will Remit One's Sins" into c irist. I j,I' Court Justice Campbell 'carillon recitals throughout the God does not want to destroy the in any room. For dusting use the I cleaner, or it can be washed by

Men usually deny the bible fact, 3. Baptism Puts one into the death''Thornal of Tallahassee who comImancted I II United' States and abroad, will be wicked, But there is nothing else brush attachment to your vacuum using a sponge wrung tightly. out
,but God's word affirms I heard at and at 3 ,a soft wall brush or a fiber !''of warm, soapy water; washed
emphatically of Cfcrist 'I u.. S. Naxy: guns on two noon p.m. on He can do. They won't accept His clf finer '
it notice Acts 2:38. The Where did Christ'shed his blood? II j I Liberty ships':= during World War II Jan. 17, 18,"at noon Jan. 19, and way of salvation. Therefore 'd f' broom covered with flannel. ;I:furniture should be. dried well and'
Apostle Peter told those at and 2 Jan 20. Cobwebs: streak walls if they are 'coated with wax >
beleiving Yes in his death and we must resenfation'ils sponsored by! noon p.m. Sunday truction is God's way of getting rid :
'and! inquiring individuals} to re- reach this blood to have remissionof t' the American Merchant Marine Girls from; 10 to JtT years old will of disobedience. This Hour is near. pulled down against them so use There are a number of methods r

pent and h3 haptized for the re- sins and hope of eternal life in Institute and the American Institute participate in the. .annual u3u: or Let us accept; God's word as our an upward lifting motion. If the :to use on upholstered furniture;

mission of their sins. Language Romans 6:3 Paul says we are baptized of Marine Underwriters both Jeanie" auditions beginning at 2 rule of life, Romans 51-2. \, $ jf walls are washable use a dry suds 1 I dry suds or shampoo method, dry
could be no clearer or any more into his death. From this we I!wild Headquarters in New York p.m. Saturday, Jan 19, with Miss When vp keep Gcd's Commandments or a wall cleaner recommended by I cleaning methods and the cleaning]
plain than this penitent believers can see that until( one has been bapt i range plat.; will be made' by Mr. Thelma BoJtin, special events dir- then we have no condem- year paint aealer. It is suggestedthat powder method Any of these
are to ba baptized in order to have he is ,vithont the death of Paul W. Brauer, Jr. of the Marine ector for the Memorial in charge. nat; n. Romans 8:1 Ecclesiastes you do the ceiling first then methods may also be used on most
their sins remitted. This fact also Christ without'-'- 'the shed blood,! Office of America Jacksonville,(.This event is for young singers hv- 12:13. 4.: 5 5If strrt at the bottom of the wan carpets. Dry-Cleaning powders and
explains the words of Ananias to therefore still'in his sins. I Florida. 1:ing in the Suwannee District of the you need help call E. C. Willis and work up to avoid streaking. fluids that contain solvents are 1
Saul of Tarus as recorded: in Acts 4. Baptism 'will save us. I I I Uarncs said the Stephen Foster Florida Federation of Music Clubs. Phone SY 23581. Windows and mirrors have more flammable and require extra care

22:16, "Arise and be baptized and We have already noticed that {Memorial commission asked for the Winding up the busy Foster Week 'sparkle if you add ammonia to the of in using. Read instructions. ancT

wash away thy sins". Some seek baptism alo, ,-te wil1 not save us nameplate nearly six months ago ,obversance will be a Sunday afternoon water (1 tablespoon to 1 quart subs- follow them careftflyy Never saturate
to evade the obvious conclusion of just as faith alone will not save. I I 'warm water). The sticky; upholstery or rugs with ,
when it was: learned that the SS I Ii concert Jan. 20 by the North !1 CARD OF THAXKSi ; and other
Peters statement in Acts 2:38 by s bvt in its- respective place in i Stephen C. Foster was being dismantled tance left from leaves water or cleaning fluid. Too much
Florida Junior College mixed windowscan
interpeting the word "for" to mean the plan of Gal, baptism: saves us. I on the Pacific Coast. The I i I Mry:: we tak: this method of foliage on the outside of cleaning fluid over foam rubber
:chorus. Dr. Robert Kennedy will if table" I
i easier !
because of. This however cannotbe Notice 1 Pet. '3:21 "The like fig- brass plaque will be permanentlyi I I thanking our neighbors friends be%removed a padding may make it sticky.
direct the talented singers from the I'I is added'to the
since repentance and baptism !ure whereunto even baptism doth mounted; for display among other Madison School with the and relatifor their kind expressions -:spoon of vinegar I A check at one of your local
have the identical signifincance also now save us."'"This settles the Stephen Foster mementoes at the ; program of sympathy in our bereaveIment. water. stores will bring you up to date on
beginning at 3 o'clock. I II I be sent
i shoud
according to this passage that is matter!"' once and .for all. Any doc- .Memorial, thus calling attention to I I t I, These expressions have been ,Fine draperies the new cleaning products and
the remission of sins. No one contends trine which robs baptism cf this the importance of merchant ships I i The public is invited to all the''deeply' appreciated. May God add out for professional cleaning. Home equipment available. Often women
that remission precedes repentance accomplishment did',not originatewith I to the nation's defense and econo !II Foster Week event, Barnes said. His richest blessings to each one. dry: clearing is 'too dangerous an are not aware of the many aids
and therefore cannot con God. I 'There i is no charge other than the Mrs. Texie Green operation. Washable draperi scan I that are on the market which can
Kehneth- E??"ThomasEvangelist my.The Stephen Foster Week obver |1 regular admission: fee for entry Kirby Hunter be laundered following thewashuy make cleaning a more pleasant

Oak Grove vance will begin Saturday, Jan 12, ; into the park grounds. Dons HarreH recommendations for the type easier and interesting task.

Pianos OrgansNew Church ;Of Christ WE82091: with a concert by the St. Peters- j 1.- -.......

... burg Male Chorus at 3 p.m. in the
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auditorium of the Foster Carillon ,
Remanufactured -
or I
Tower Barnes said. Directed by |
Kohler and Campbell, Kimball, : *..* '. I. John Reynolds the 40-voice( group i "
Ivers and Pond, Henry Fj. Mil- maturing . will be making its third successive t'
ler Pianos. Thomas and Kimball Q 100% Financing appearance on a WFoster Week (
Transistor Organs. O No closing costs r Program. Fred W. Martin is { If you like 'em solid i

0 Name Brand Materials pianist for the popular group, and

COLONIALHOUSE 4 Up-to-Date Designs George Bart ctt plays the banjofo :;i:.:::: ] : sure-footed and quick

OF MUSIC Inc For Full information Contact several specialty numbers.On ,..
L. J. Holloway f' Sun !ayo.: Jan. 13, the chorus .
1103 N. Patterson eo'aldosta kind of !
."'r SY 2-51811'I' will present a second concert at .awrsr e+r t4___ Fairlane'syour car

.. .. .... 3 p.m. and the intermission will be ;
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SLAM THE DOOR-and listen to the

Cakes Candles Commemorations solid thunk of a car that's all muscle.

GET BEHIND THE WHEEl-and discover !
r '_. __. S '_, this hot new middleweight gives you the
March of
Light Dimes 25th Year S .
room of a big car. MOVE 'ER OUT-
'; and learn how Fairlane unsnarls traffic

Throughout the nation (It's over a foot shorter than standard cars.)

this month candles will be
lit on birthday cakes to ttr HIT THE OPEN ROAD-This tight, trim i

symbolize the 25th anniver. Fairlane p e Fairlane has the solid feel of a big carl!

of the March of Dimes. 4-Door Sedan {. -
:sary Choose from two lively Challenger V-S's

I The cakes will range from ,., with up to 164 horses...9 models: hard-
real ones of conventional size -' ,,
;to monster, multi-tiered modelsas tops, wagons and sedans. '
much as 12 feet in height -
and 10 feet in diameter-the ; '. L I AND REMEMBER-in any Fairlane, you
approximate dimensions of the ,,; ;'t enjoy the kind of carefree"driving for .
one to be erected in New York
City's famed Times Square. x ;,. : .,y which Ford cars are famous (maintenance
'Guests at anniversary events r stops are reduced to twice a year, or

.around the country, where every 6,000 miles).
i j cakes will be of more modest
proportions, will be invited to
decorate them with coins for Y America's liveliest most carefree cars!
,the March of Dimes. z : t :

i Many "parties" commemorating ;1 ,': u*: ry .4 FORD
a quarter of a century of 3 f.
disease fighting will be held at MARCH .-'--.'-,. MtfiOT..rllal.CSa-...<.rase.,_....
(special treatment centers for '
.jbmh defects,arthritis and polio M.E.S.._ Fairlane Squire rat rmamskwR :
which March of Dimes contributions ...
l are financing today in 3.T5
''more than 40 cities across the
|TT.S. Other gatherings will be -'
:held in county chapter offices
''of The National Foundation- d
of volunteers and elsewhere. 1. x
I In many instances, guests at 1-

these, campaign "kickoffs" will : .SJ '
governors or their '
: I
(Wives, mayors and outstanding ,1 -
,authorities in health fields. 4 :
i Other guests will be Americansof sa. ,
all ages who received Marchof -
Dimes aid during and after
polio epidemics and outbreaks.
Also present will be children r
and adolescents with birth defects Jimmy Boggtss, 5,'of Coy, Ark., the 1963 National March of Dimes yh \ -Sa c '
or arthritis who have been Child, blows out,candles on birthday cake symbolizing first 25 yearsof
treated at these March of aid to the crippled, by the health organization. .
Dimes centers.To .
raise the millions required Child-who this year is Jimmy which is "Give for the Life of a Fi 3 :,
every year for patient aid and Boggess 5. Coy. Ark.-with i Child." will be stressed in all L farfane 500 Sports Coupe
research in birth defects arthritis President Kennedy at the these special events, and the V
and polio each March of White House and with various story told of the first 25 yearsof
Dimes campaign is carefully Senators and Congressmen and the organization. Highlightsof -- "
planned many months ahead. other dignitaries as well as that story are:
There are millions of contribu- with personalities of the stage Patients aided. 338,000; ex-
tion envelopes and coin collectors screen and television. pended for the medical care
to be distributed around Special events for the Marchof program. $385,500,000; for sci- -
the nation; hundreds of thousands Dimes are,staged.in all the entific research 73,600,000;
., of posters to be erected big cities many lesser ones and and for professional education.
in every hamlet, town and city; in some small towns. These include $38,000,000.Basil .
two million volunteers to be March of.Dimes bowling O'Connor, resident of
organized for the Mothers' tournaments withroUoffs" to The National Foundation- .,a-, ;'1.'t "'t4'" -' ." ..
.March. (the climax to the cam- select a national man or woman March of Dimes referred in a ,
paign at the end of January), champion fashion shows, auctions recent speech to the 25th anniversary : "
and March of Dimes films to teleramas. Coffee Days. of the health agency.
.. exhibit to explain the work of Tag Days and street sales "Most certainly we take pride Lewis Motor Co
the voluntary health organiza. neighborhood bread sales air- in our past 25 years, and we ;h 'c-.
tion. lifts and a long list cf sports rejoice. But deep down we > ,.
i Arrangements must be com1 activities. really think of that quarter of ;. '
1, pleted for the visit in January : The theme of this 25th Anniversary a century as only the spring- : JASPER FLORIDA
; of the National'March of Dimes March' of Dimes. board for our future."

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PAGE FOUR ..t _. THE JASPER :NEWS' + : JASPER. FLORIDA Friday January 11 1963 I

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IJ : >' [Dallas, Texas, is a student at Tam- Dr..Chariton and.Annie Lou Pray for ;Jan. 21st. He will teach. ;',8th

: You And Your Schoolby : 1 pa University and was a house ther an dfamily 'left early, Tuesday grade English. -
guest of Mr. and. Mrs. D. R. Kirk- morning JanJst for Chapel Hill N. K

I man and a special guest of Dan J. where Dr. Carlton is doing research Emma
M L Powell. Principal, Jasper Schools : Milton returned from her
Kirkman. for the holidays. Dan in the field of Entomology. Christmas holidays in Jacksonville
I who has been Albe- .5 .
stationed at
Before the Christmas Holidays that he either learns or fails to :Mrs. on New Years Day. Two of her ,.....
i querque, N. M., is ordered to Diver Thomas (Joan children and their families live
we? were discussing the impor- learn the niceties of life. It is in New Manning) of Lakeland Ga. and
Jersey for some special train there. Foster and Robert.
tance, the roles and the responsi- the home that a young child first yuong son James Micheal are visiting
bilities of the home, the church learns to have a good: and whole II .s her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Miftons! house was overflowing
with the
college at
and the school as they related to some attitude and respect for the Bnrton Manning.
the proper and;(Church or he may learn to have an "VIoPo'- STz.0051 ill Micky Smith who is stationed at Christmas. Harold who goes to
I Colorado Springs Colorado (that's Lee University in Pennsylvania
fa' total deve op-.unwholesome attitude and respect Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cowart of
ment of theyounger I for the) church in the home. The where Dr. and Mrs. Crouch live) Tallahassee were over for Christmas was host to several of his school
I -rile Abundant Life"The was not an house but -
I ; open party mates. His very special girl was
mem-{home must of necessity look was at home for Christmas.
upon the Paul Webers.
I II abundant life, physchology I when friends asked about themshe'd also
bers of our soc' every infant and growing child I f sss a guest while Susan a student
proves can never be defined in' say "yes. do come around to at luean N. C. had brought home'some
iety. We pointed under its charge as a precious and The Pied Piper has whistled aH Harry Reid a graduate of U of
a' terms of money. It can only be I!I see them. of her
college On
out some of theresponsibilities valuable entity of the human race defined in terms of habits that Is i. You know the Ratliff children are our young people away to collegesand Florida has accepted a place with
I of entitled to the very best that the military stations. The town is Paxon High over in Jacksonville (Continued
Characted. Happiness never re- really Jasper folks bred and born << on Page 6)
x __ the schooL In home and sociey can provide. The ..
silent. We
miss them. --- -
-- -
sides in what an Individual does.It The Bitney Ratliffs left Christmas -
this ....
article wewould home will of course recognize that .
never consists of what an Individual Day for New York and then a
4 like to i this entity of humanity is largely I I : The Gordon Dcudas were here
'take a look at the helpless in its early and formative receives, be it much or flight across the Alantic. They are NOTICE TO MY FRIENDSIn
home and its responsibilities toward and that it must soley de-little, but always of what he gives living a few weeks in a hotel until for a short while Saturday. I missed i
the child .that has is years not in money but of himself. Certainly their house is readied and taking! them and was sorry too.
or to pend upon its home for the materials . much
become one of its members.We it does not reside in an.,this time for sight-seeing. I as as you requested recordings to be

recognize the home as the I out of which and! its it character.will build its In,easier life, but in a more active I t Bitney's cousins Doris and Al Life is an end in itself and the II made of the musical program that I presented at the

primary basic institution of society addition personality to supplying the physical (life, especially in old age. Most I i Ulmer are living now in London in only question as to whether it is First Baptist Church this is to advise that the records
in which and (positively, it does not come from a a block and a half of them. Al has worth living is whether you have
through which most needs of the child the home must.fine' I have been received. They are long play ana contain
children have their first, relationships also for the moral and,: and costly education but from been with the American Embassy "I had enough of it.
and experiences of life. The spiritual provide development of the child. the personality traits which the in Paris is now transferred in the Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes I voice organ and piano selection The records KITH
individual develops, or from the same capacity to London. Their 5 available
young child is subjected to both through proper environmental, conditions -: at Mallorys Grocery oi by contacting my
extent to_which a person is able to neamess was a complete surpriset
Mrs. T. T. Law 1
the inherited characteristics and love, discipline and understanding Myrtle parents. '
the environmental convert his innate energies into ., < <4hexn! all. Essie Smith and Marie Goolsby, a i
conditions of the of the child.It .
good work habits and effective contacts I i mother and 3 daughters spent New i
home. These two forces are of is our considered judgementthat with his fellowmen :i I ARE YOU 25? NO? I. JOYCE SMITH
themselves of such Years in Ocala with another jdaugh- l
magnitudethat the home the church and the
The March of Dimes is. 25 years
Henry C. Link, PhD. !I I!
they might well shape the des- school are three inseparable institutions .ss. : ago President Roosevelt inangar- ter, Annette MitchelL_ .

tiny of the child from its infancyto involved in the proper development When the Bitney Ratliffs were :: ated this life giving movement and --- ---- f ff

all time. It is in the receded in of the.child. Is is quite diff here for their visit before going to o:America has supported It.
timacies of the home that the cult to say where the responsibility .
make their home in London many
young child first acquires his pat- of one ends and the other trends came to see them. I AH the Oscar Ratliff families ex- j j

tern of behavior. It is here he ,begins. In the best way of thinking Ratliff, the mother: said it i il.trs. I'dept Drew and Margaret of Texas 71
first begins to form his likes and ,it would seem that each should im- I I were here sometime during the i Order Your Trousseau of '

dislikes. It is here that he receiveshis ; element compliment and strengthen holidays. .

concept o fwhat is right and the influence o fthe other two. attitude of the home towards the !1 .

what is wrong. It is the home thata I''It must be a cooperative venture: church and what should be the- attitude The National foundation has now I .Wedding Stationery

young child first learns or fails ,I looking towards the development of of the home towards the included in its aims .Research

to learn to have a respect for mor- of better individuals and! a better school?. Now if the parents in !on Birth Defects and. Arthritis.

al and spiritual values. It is here society. What then should be the the home recognize the church as .s.

____.. u ., ,, an important and worthy institu- I The chirp of a bird a brief ray : Exquisitely/ 7/termogravftc// / by
'r+-' '
:, ,, ,'y' .64/ ,/ V, .p: y tion of society and if they would of sunshine with its promise of .
tf : : ::: :f.:! 4
not Hike to live in a community 'springs and warmth makes a cold

where no churches or church life .damp day endurable.' You ll be 10 proud of your lowly ihiltoimy, don In ovtifu8y comet '

existed then they should become and :Mrs. H. O. Hughes of
affiliated with and! active in the Rev. reunion tost end you1! b. pbostd et At sensible prie mod pots&b
|Monticello had a holiday' a
I NOW 'OPEN I church of their choice. For their i<
"'own well being and especially for t of their families the Sunday before by famous Corontt Tlhsrmogravftssp..
: It j Christmas at the home of Helen 1
i i an excellent influence upon their
{ and Gene AdScks in Jasper. All
children they should) exemplify a 4
e .4 Wtddteg Invttaiiom CoOIng Cords d
( here the children, the in-
I were -
I. .... high degree o ffaithfulness and loy- laws, and the grandchildren. Great \ owl AiuwuncMWRB PmpjcijTrtfl. tatbtttry'lunditon
alty to the church and its pro-
grandson Jonn Scott Williams son I Imttotlont 'Informal Notes
gram. It is quite proper for the: of Sonya and Jimmy was the new- ; Gift Adcnowfedgmwit* Monogrammed NopUmAl
home to seek to instill into the
eSt member of the family. His big Home
t It\o4ae.ammecf MfiHMjoolj':>>
lives of their children the faith I p
Valdosta 'sister Terri is seven and % years A
finest nn Otrt+atfittri
of their fathers. The home should! A -
Adicks granddaughter
old. Gail .
sell the church to the child. This I .,.t ,- "' -
''is the daughter of Gene and Helen .
t. cannot necessarily be done just by A cowp/tft MbcRon d corrtd rfyft, *
Care Center merely recommending the churchto J and assisted with the hospitalities.Linda PROMPT DELIVERIES
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Eye the child. The parent must take I Barker i;back at Valdosta
IUJ Yew I.s I,. -.... toL
and go with the; child to church.He State after holidays at home. Sara
..... pns ... /M ...
: NORTH PATTERSON STREET must manifest his own belief !R land' Milton Kelly returned to their .
112 his own interest, and his own faithfulness .'home in Tallahassee after dividing

if he ,would have thegreatest their Christmas and New Year vacations '" a.
influence over the children in I} with the C.'D. Barkers here -

his own home. I and the Kellys in Inverness. \'
Just as the importance of the I
.*. 't' I\ r lot a
church and its program must be i iI "Birth defects constitute the major eaWOg

I sold to the child by the parents I unmet chiknxxxf' medical pro- Sa>1P1C
a I IQ9 so must the cause of education and lems today f CotnP\etc e"'S
I See 'N
I the school must be sold to the e \

child. The parents themselves:1 iThe Home Demonstration Club b 1i\sl'er

must have an intense interest .in ;met Thursday afternoon and trans

the importance of the school if acted interesting business. A tentative .._-- ---- -
the child is to get the most out of I date for the Fashion show

school. They must recognize that was suggested this to be presented

1 every single hour in school is im- (ot the other clubs of the county-

eusst portant and nothing whatsoever of March 28--on a Thursday. The
a trivial nature should be allowedto Club agreed to have a sandwich

keep a youngster out of school and punch booth at the Stephen

for even a portion of a day. The Foster Festival May.
-= parent should boost the school: and t The main feature of the sessionwas

the faculty at all times to the a film on cutting and fittinga
At; ,. ,_ child. If and! when problems should garment. : "

arise concerning the school the ; Edna Barker is president of the J
I parent should come to the schoolat
Lois Secretary,
Jasper Club Curry
AT PEARLE OPTICAL, EVERYONE RECEIVES once to see what the problem Mamie Lewis is in charge of De-

'' is and bow it may be solved. Crit- 'votionals. 2.ia'
'SERVICES"M icism of the school or a. teacher in i Wylma White Home 1i Demonstration ',
the of the child seldom At a
I agent, is the guiding spirit. : 4-'
I +, :;...;. ., result in any good. Recognizing the . _A '."
',"...,". "' of education and good i :' (
importance i .
tf" ) : Mrs. C. B. Harrison and :Mrs ,
;) ,,$!.:; schools parents should collectivily George Hyman made an afternoon Iwhta

.R"",",,}%. see to it that good schools be pro visit to Mrs. Clarence Howe in ) : ,-1
1l vided for their children and that'Live Oak, Thursday afternoon Jan ; t
,'1\' along with the providing of good 2. New years is the time for visit- ;
,. schools that these schools be operated -
; I. ing or so it is said. /iIL1 .
." .:,,, efficiently and that the chil-I sss.f i r
: '. .,.....'.......... '' dren be taught effectively. Parents ) 1,000,000 American suffer impairments > :. .
have a direct responsibility also in :.,.. [
; EYES EXAMINED( GLASSES FITTED ; associated with congential ''-11. ,
\ A competent Doctor of seeing to it that their children put | or birth factors." Lir ':"t' rt
1 Optometry examines the Lenses prescribed and into school what they would like to '; .. I
interior of each eye for evidence ground to your exact re see them get out o fit. It would wen i 1 Saturday we had the pleasure of seamless stockings I )

behoove parents of school childrenof in the tender Bennett, .' .
of disease or physical quirements.You may selectthe looking on ( h.i
J defect. If needed all age to keep up with what 'I Art exhitit: at Valdosta State Col- _.' ..* i I.
are accurately prescribedfor glasses frames of your choice their children are doing in school. 'I(lege. Ran into Betty Adams. She -' r.:' j

clear, comfortable from a fabulous collection Let interest them know in that their you progress have a and vital -J is in charge of public relations at -,< -' save up'0 J. 05 on every; box :, t

t vision. of the latest styles. you might well be pleasantly surprised Valdosta State.. t. r

INTRODUCTORY PRICES with subsequent results. Molly Russell whose home is inLow .'. tI: : service sheer /rea.JJ.35; 7.5, 3prt. *3.30 ;'i i

1 FIRST WAUIY SHOE meN GUSSS fCOaON BTTH) CDKTACT( IfNSQ -: i reinforced sheer-freg.jj.so; *7.25, 3t>n. 3.60 '
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,' leases sad onying case.Krjptek .
bifocal $17.50 .. aetttr fctw ands yw Pair- ACTi{>fT E .lY #*& .v I '

ma SIM-$175-$J60. Ca.naws ',: sheer heel demi-toe-f/ey.L65j $7.35, 3pr 3.90 -i. ,

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PAGE SIX -=-:-. _, .,.. THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA 1 ....,_ January.l 11.l e.- 1963_-

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21,000 deaths each year in U. S. A.,U at 3:30 :they had. The father sick at heat y trli d.- "fC" '

r ...... .* ]I I ""Youth Citizenship" is the theme ,had already- been sent to Miami I S :' ; GI 4e 3T i1Sper Jle "m! ;: 4

tt '@ i; Ignorance and gupersittion often of the program of which Mrs. Wade (and to get himself andj:family, out Sylvia and Bud"Carter of Orange i

cause'Xamffies to try to hide chil-.Norris is chairman. ;, of the C r t.rj'1ast"" April Pepe burg s. C. came at Christmas to,be ; Published Every Friday .
'Buttl'S"ljJIJ rea with birth,defeet&.U the social;I I Mr. Don Poindexter. assistant Pere had to borrow $6,000 from friends : with the parents Mr. and :Mrs. ,

': i ___ stigma .were, .removed .parents,rector of Rodehever Boys di-I) a friend, Tine Argudfax,!told; Horace Lewis. There were special Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida 'f
.: __ would be more wifling to seek diagnosis 'Palatka: is guest speaker. Among him to come to Jasper and ask Air. dinners for them at the Raymond Subscriptions Strictly in Advance I

treatment for defective other special guests will be City Kennedy for work. Camps and the Everett Borwnes
and $3.00 in Hamilton County -X4.00 Outside of County
(continued from page four) ( .
98 of the Cuban
children :Manager FLsk Judge McCormidc He says percent -
the greater side :Mrs Milton and and: Chief of Police Bembry. Rev. ':people were glad when Castro tookover Hill and.Myrtle: Lewis of Atlanta Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum

Bessie (did a lot of sight seeing in Mrs. BfiDy McCabe (Marcella]!I O. C. Howell of the Methodist: the government. We didn't made a short visit here during Telephone SYcamore 2-6331

.Bessies new car a gift of Robert.- Claridy) returned! to ,Norfolk Va. ,1 Church will give the devotional. know he was Communist." the holidays especially; to see Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers '
WithaH I!I NOTE TO CLUB MEMBERS | "After the father left the govern- W. B. Lewis :Mrs. Ponce SandSn
Emma Milton had one of in time for Christmas after spend- -- ------ -- -----
the best Christmas holidays ever. ing two weeks'-with' her parents Yearly' 'dues are due. February is ,ment took everything Pepe had in- and the Leon Sandlins and Mrs.

.. j II the last calL Dues are delinquent:cluding his house and car. He was Graham Black who. was then in JENNINGS 'Jennings vs. Jasper

Mr. J. V. McCall of Jennings here.Pola and Linda Clancy came after January. Only paid up mem- offered a good,salary to remain the h pltaL .

continues_ In Pineview bos 1taL home for Ouistinas.,but have re-!t I berg are listed in the State Federation but he did not want to work: on a NEWSby
f.' \ . turned to their work Pola to Jacksonville I I of Women's Clubs. Mrs. R. D.i I i farm he once owned. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chandler the I Keeps Spectators
New Years
had a party near .
Ajpice afternoon visit Sunday with the Florida National VicJrery is treasurer and will be ,1 Pepe Perez is college educated ,year's' ending Saturday evening Ray Nell Burnett
fromfKatherin and Walter Prather Bank and Linda to F. S. U. i on hand, Friday to receive'dues :and took a 2 'year administration: -*JSSis, T On Edge of'Seats
I ** Dec. 29. Revival starts at the Jennings
and: .an invitation to a fish supper t?*;* course In English and the same In S. I
Wednesday 16 which I shan't for- Mrs. Pearle Miller who has made I Spanish at the U of Havana. Assembly of God January 13. Rev. Jennings invaded Jasper with 3"
I dinner
foursome for
The First Baptist Church is havIng I Making a a H. E. Nation will do the preaching
her home in California for the I I | .
get. past
basketball teams this Tuesday ,
Study courses this week Mon His specialty; is cattle raising. He party recently honoring the visitors and Bro. Ramse the Blind :Man, rite
In the
with who is
month Aber"sari I finds farming difficult and different from Washington were Miss Patsy I and brought along a near capacity
day Wednesday and Thursday even will be the singer at the Revival.Everyone
The adult S. S. Class of the Pres- Serivce and Stationed1 there is'
crowd for the gymnasium bleach
I' because of the cfimate. Mr. L. M. Crews m of
Prof. Canada
byterian Church is continuing their visiting .with- her other children.ings. M. L. Powell is teaching -j is invited to come and
Bible book the book of Matthew to the a- In spite of their hardships the Live Oak and Fernandina, Mr. and hear some good singing and old "ers.There
Study verse by here for ,the holidays.
verse I dults. Mrs. Powell teaches Intermediates family is happy. and Pepes some- Mrs. Jim McGauley. I fashioned preaching. was something,for everybody
by! book. They: err studying the ,' I I this evening, Jasper
as won
book of Job this month. w i "Christ and my career,day plans to return to their home- I I am sorry to hear that Rev.
Mr. and ,Mrs, Bill Jones, (She of:I Bob and Tempi Dreucher Is inistructing i land. If that does not happen he :Mrs. Karl Minor Howe of Live J. P. Jones is very sick and wish the Junior Varsity game and the*

S the HamilW (t3ounty Health department -I the Junior boys and girls :hope to own a farm in U. S. Oak had dinner Sunday at Joe :him a speedy recovery. J girls game but lost the main eventto

Jan 17 is the date set for the Education ) entertained the Perez.!j in "The .Junior and his urch.'t Vickers then went on to Valdosta Clinton Combassr was home I I' Jennings.All .
and Orientation Conferenceof and Herryman families at 9 spend i kGloria e I I He says "the U. S. is 25 years to take her friend :Miss Nan Bar- this past weekend. He was visit three games were close and

the 4th District of the Florida the day party': the Sunday before' Holmes Mrs J. H. Holmes ahead in agriculture. 75 to 80 percent clay home from Pmeview hospital. ing some friends and relatives.J. kept the interest of the crowd thru-
: receives Safety award. I of Cuban..coil is good but I out. The girls game was especially
Division of the American Cancer Christmas. ese families from f . V. McCall is a patient in
Jasper" folks remember well and,have! seen land farmed' here thatI interesting, and as the end
Society. The place is Gold Leaf Cuba are becdming well known to contribute to Pineview General Hospital in Val
Is to : :
pleasantly the Holmes family who!i iI xbd not think could be used! It a privilege grew near, the score grew closer,
Restaurant in Live Oak|. The counties Hamilton citizens as friendship is : work of the "March of dosta. We wish him a speedy re-
sojourned here a few months the I He thinks the poorer land in Cuba so great and the lead changed hands a few
in this district are Bradford offered an dwc pted. Mr. and :Mrs. I Dimes." covery.
past could be used by the use of U. S. times. The especially were-
year.In women
Hamilton, Union. Jones andjjamfly live in the Tyre + The Jennings Baptist Church had
the summer Gloria with her.I I:Conservation practice. He thinks hoarse after the final buzzer sounded -
Lafayette Columbia, Suwannee settlement accross' the river near I Young Foster Shepperd at F. S. their study course this past week. i
555 family and his sister's family were i now corn can be grown in Cuba in- i showing a final score of 38 for
Cross roads. Vice President The teacher is Mr. Hart We are :
been elected
U. has
vacation1 :stead of importing it is the just and 37 for .
: gatlt.ne of the Florida' as now Jasper Jennings.In
"Each year 250,000 babies are The PerezJand: ,Herryman families 'I' of his fraternity Delta Chi. studying about Matthew the King ]
born In U. 8. .A. with significantbirth live in Jasper. beaches. One ffcf the little boys I case. Foster is majoring in Educationand end the Kingdom. the Varsity game, the lead also
I S5.
." drowned. Quickwitted Gloria gave will beheld changed! sides i several times in
defects. Junior Choir practice I
. Jasper Woman's'r;: Club plan interesting mouth,!o. mouth resuscitation andbrought 1 s: Mrs. Maybelle Black recently in I has his eye on in football the Methodist coac Wednesday at 3:30 in Jennings j"the early part of the game, then
He active
hirn. to life. Hamilton Hospital and still confined ing. was t Jasper stayed seven to nine points
pack That he|
Birth defects cause more than meeting for Friday Jan. I Baptist Church. Senior practice'will
.., I lived was h award. to her home had visitors from 1 be held after Course. I behind until the last quarter, and
--- Study
But Florida Power Corporation I I Tallahassee, Mrs. Eugene Fisher I sixth missing I in the final few minutes began
grade are
recognizes such heroism and Glo-!and Green, who had heard of her tivities in Tallahassee. This brings creeping up, getting closer until
dll I Lillian Keeling and Marilyn and Al-
Bf/RCII CJ y.&lI; ?vrch .ria j jf I il1nt!ss.I him into a well-r anxled program
was with minutes to
presented the Life Saving I that bids well for success and an lan Hill at school. I understandthey two play they were
f Award from the Corporation. only two points behind.JIe the
., : Mrs. B. B. Bourland (Florence influencial life.Carole. have chicken pox.
II IIr crowd themselves hoarse
You'll be pleased with our I Tuten) of Texas arrived last week ,-- I thought our boys played yelled
r Freedom is the Richest .tain Inn i and both teams tried their hardest
real well night
nifty thrifty selection of finish n ,=:. i I for her annual back home visit Tuesday the varied than
I score never more
ha.n1.areright styles, I I with Ella Wynn Tuten. Mayried
Whereever we those of ,I l I two points from this margin, and'I
shape and size for every need.Don't I were us Adicks: and her brother J. R. Tu James LARIOZAS WRITE
.who read the Times Union of Dec the final buzzer found Jasper be-
delay-call. .on us today) I 30 were pleased with the caption of I ten. Mr. and Mrs. David Larioza who hind 44 to 47. .

? the articletabout Pepe P. ri=Z. Even Arthritis and rheumatic- disease Hats taught Spanish in Hamilton County The night's games were not lack

,those who haven't been tried in I are the most widespread chronic I Schools last year write the letter ling in the usual competition between -

L USEDT-V the fire know that freedom is our affliction in the United States Valdosta Ga. below from their home In Hawaii: I the two teams, but most of
"best possession..r J Aloha, I IIt's the bad which have
j 6NLYJ' 0tirr The March of Dines made possible I manners sometimes -
We quote in I always nice to read the Jasper to when these rivals
part. the development of the Salk Eva Lowther Mgr. come light -
.' "Freedom is the richest News. Florida seems to have ; this time.
thing in and Sabin Polio Vaclnes. I I meet was lacking
; USED Life" observed Phone 24&3004. a: cold winter this. year. Hawaii'stemperature
Pepe Perez. Everyone tried hard but maintain-
Brand HatsSpecializing have been
Name readings
Mr. Perez once a millionaire in 1 I Id good sportsmanship.
Cuba It is our privilege to support the in dropping too-54 and 52 degrees II
Refrigerator now works as
1 manager on a
I March of Dines with our contribu- sometimes. Oin* fondest aloha to
1L farm owned by Cecil Kennedy! Jas- Custom Made RetrimlngRestjllnjr- f
aloes and work and faith.
\. our friends in Hamilton County.
farmer and business '
per Florida
man. Power "
ONLY: $75 i The fight is call!! : Prospero Ano Nuevo
Perez 34, a refugee from the
David, Estrella and Lolita
I Castro government and his father .5 .
SEE THEM .once owned 5 tobacco farms and Mr. and Mrs. .Wyly Odam and I Larioza Discards Postcard

BEFORE YOU BUY!!three cattle farms valued at 1% son Bud Odbm of Bonifay made a I LOW INTEREST I

-rheyhaven'tmovedinyetr million dollars. holiday visit here to Mr. and Mrs. LONG TERM I Jennings Billing SystemI

a a "The Perez family grossed Shelton Lewis and Becky. From ., '

I $500,000. a year on tobacco alone here they went Jq Lake City to see ...;: LOANS Senior Chatterby "The old-style, postcard-type electric
sellin some 700,000 lbs from 10 their son and family Mr. and Mrs.
by Serious Us bill is now a thing of the past
million plants. Hayes Odom. Thru the
. We feel that we have not hada at Florida Power Corporation
I They supported the Castro
movement vacation especially with all the said J. L. Collum, district
ULDE.&ECTRCAL *PLUMBING SUPPLIES* of the July 26 revolution by Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Lewis and Federal Land BankLive manager
work which we are having to do. I "Effective January 1, all electric
hiding the members and giving daughter Becky returned from
them Oak : FO 2-1525 Our president, Mr. Blair calleda bills are being: sent to all customers -
money not knowing Castrowas Savannah where they went to
class meeting Tuesdajj'- purpose in envelopes-to assure privacyand
Communist. see Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Lewis and! FEDERAL LAND BANKASSOCIATION "#, -
to make"a 'few decisions. a envelope will

--'- -- --- ....- ., -- --The government-- took everything -the very important- grandson new- Watch this column for the purposes be enclosed for the customer's convenience -
Chuck is really conuting on that if he elects to pay by

.... ............................................................................. ..... ........ .. .................. LIVE OAK Senior trip so are we all says mail

; ; ; ; :;;; 311 South Ohio Avenue our Be"miss sure to secretary"put February Ruth.14th in I addi-tion

: CHEVROLET Keeps g..it. l l1 your but date sweethearts book -not- for more Valentines later-I I bill "envelope personal communjeation" billing means with almost -

Ben and his buddy, Don Tyre each customer.

.. No wonder Chevrolet is so popular with a choice like this: the luxurious Jet-smooth :' : had Wayne the usual was absent agreement.Wednesdaythe I.I' He folder said that win each be enclosed month a in special the

Chevrolet, lively low-priced Chevy II, sporty rear-engine Corvair, and '' : :'.;",.,'- y meeting place was vacant. envelope. "Our first folder announce -

two new versions of America's only all-out sports car, Corvette. I ... -- Rodger plans a good time on the the new method of envelope
billing and explains the
PER WEEK tirp. var-
Miami Bach
The make more people per p non {t Jackie says he may go on the ious entries and symbols which are

depend on ,. Vacation $25 two in t trip with us. We hope so. printed on each electric: bill.'

{!:-.- !9Ouljuwr a April room I j Eddie surely did a grand job as Future folders will give "hetpful

bget to Dec. 15 I chairman of the panel in speech hints to home-makers, or show howto
i ; I class. get the most out of electric service -

Judy has the senior calendar o rtell customers how to save

,up to date. money during special sales promotion

I Unda has charge of the senior campaigns on electric appB-
; V; ,_ anoes, or discuss local and national
k +pictures. We plan to have them
'made Jan. 15 news of customer-significance/

t RESORT MOTEL I Lynette and Edna were surely He said that envelope biffing will:

100%Air Conditioned and Heated smiles after the game maybe mean an increase in payments by

Luxurious Fresh Water Pool there is a reason. mail which is the company's least

Convenient to Golf Courses, Roc Betty did a good job with her expensive method of collection.

: Tracks, All Recreation, Supper "car driving" so says Mr. De- "Oar cost to mail electric bills in

Sport Sedan- i and Nite dubs Vane. this manner is slightly higher than

'!'. t> CHEVROLETmpoZa IS Jet-smooth : Phones In all Rooms. Joyce was absent for 2 days she the old postcard method, but savings
JET-SMOOTH, : .; Combination Tub and Shower and was sick.Brenda. in handling mailed paymentsand
: Tiled Both In Every Lhit the addition of this exceBeat

I:................................................................................................................................................_......................: ;'':ii, I .*Pooltide Coffee Shop right on without a went book home- Tuesday first time night in means of customer communication

.Kiscoyn Boy more than offsets the small increase
I Spacious Lounge with Hammond. I years.
hada in costThe
end Syl has a new
Z1I% Located Directly! an BIseoyn BayJEJfenon letter.C. return envelope biffing on
the the of utilities has become a
W: is really counting on part
:I. 1-6473 Senior breakfast.S. definite trend throughout the nation

:; C' 'IISLAND M. photographer electronic In recent years--thanks to ultramodern -
data processing equIpment -
Deas is really on the ball with
H HOUSE MOTEL. Kodak. and high-speed inserting ma-

.- 46 Mike really enjoys his hunting I chines. We believe our customers
: inMOTVOn War .
I -for birds. I I.will find envelope biffing to be an

,j Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe = Chevy. 11 Nova '400 Station Wagon i If-.... It. : :, _:- More later. I added convenieaee," said CbSum.

: beauty, ride and comfort you'll go instantly shares the easy-care features of the big Chevrolet i ;;oY r -

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Hamilton CountyCommissioners |I. Bobbie Dr. Frederick McClellan-T. Mickler. 10.00 3.00 Burnham' News -' White SpringsP. depends upon the cooperation of:I I CARD, .OF. ..THANKS... t tI. ADVERTISING. .I

;r ;John H. McCbrrmck: ...- 7.50 I 1 j everyone involved Dr. George We desire to g>ress to our kindneighbors' ? PAYS --:TNTHEJASPER

l Charlie Rhoden. Sheriff cost 184.68 By LOIS;ZIPPEREK T. A." To 'HoldMeeting Dame State Board of Health Doe I'I. anct thoughtful friends : *' 'PIEWSLUCTSIC
Wfrlma White refund 19.81 .. ,
exp. tor for Hamil on-County will assist I our heartfelt thanks for their pray '
My master.Was a worker, with ,
Dan Braswell T. C. Comm 125.64 .
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ers-cards, flowers food: telephone
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in this
iafly work t.w.. the plans made at meeting.
Notice,ha..inbcen: given by publication .
t s Jake! Tripp :...........:.'. 10.00: the following bids were And be who, would be. like Mini... -_ ;' >T ,.meeting. ,will be held Monday;'.:I caHST'visit*: ""and eVery kindness !
Mrs. James Hoyals..:, .... 10.00 filed with the Board: must be'a worker too; showy! over \Viiany: crrpressions ''L ;llllD
t The members of the White January 14, at 7:30 in the school mpauy.r These;: : '
Mrs. Roscoe Cooper15.00 (1) Creosote and Wood Preserver Then welcome honest labor, and t of s expressions : {
Jimmie Gaudy ............ 10.00 : Magnolia Chemical Co.. Hill honest labor's fare. Springs PTA hope that we never cafeteria. Please make plans to have been deeply.appreciated.

Mrs. Paul Brown ......... 15.00 Manufacturing Co. Motion wasI For where there is a worker, the have another "scare" like the attend. Refreshments will be serLved L CUSS BOTTOM
A. C. Cribbs -............. 14.00 I made by Mr. McGhin, seconded by master's man is there. recent one developing from the at the closed of the meeting. I I Mrs. Jim Roebuckand
Mary Hicks Tompkins .... 12.00 Mr. McCulley, and said motion carried William G. Tarrant Cuban crisis. But should this happen Children OATS
Dallas Clark .............. 12.00 and the bid of Hill Manufacturing s .s they plan to be better prepared -

Hance A. Andrews, saWy'and ( Company was accepted, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. DeVane of t than they were this time. They

expense. County Agent. 304.60C. I same being the lowest bid. Jennings and Miss Rita Stephens !plan to devote their January meetings -

Avriett, sal; co. attorn 60.40 I I (2)) Concrete Pipe: :Martin Mar- of Tallahassee visited:Mr. and Mrs. to the discussion of Civil Defer -' JANUARY
County Commission, salary ietta Corp., Vulcan Materials OJ.I for White Alreadya ,
Aaron Hogan ............ 117.50S. 1 Motion was made by :Mr. McGhin, George Young Sr. of Jennings; se
L. Smith .............. 117.50 I seconded by Mr. McCulley and said New years afternoonBnrnfiarrilHonfD.moostr committee has met and set up SAL
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q Jack Vinson .v..r.v.t,116.09,I motion.carried:; and,the bid of Vul- .an outline for a Civil Defense Plan i
lawton: McCulley ......... 105.99 can Materials Co. was accepted byI : tio :diet'and a great 'deal of thought and ,. CLEARANCE
Guy McGhin .........,... 113.39 I the Board, same being the lowest The Burnham Home Demonstration I time has been put into this project.
Isaac Chandler Jr, col. co agt. 75.00 (bid. QUb met with' Mrs. Joe Howell All citizens of White Springs and tpG .
Thelma Lewis, salary Dec. 453.90 ((3)) Corrugated Metal Pipe: Flo- Wednesday January 2. at 2:30 [the surronding area are urged to '
Ann C MaJpas, Sup. Reg. sal 195.60 rida Steel Corp., Armco Products p.m. with Mrs. Howell President !attend this meeting. The PTA Is'' Your Friendly store All Winter Merchandise Reduced

Marg. Register, Salary Sec. to Division, Florida Culvert :Mfg., Inc. Devotional was by Mrs. Howell I I concerned first of all with the i ij

County Agent ..... ...... 23.22 Motion was made by'Mr. McCulley, followed with prayer by Mrs. Isaac I'children of the community and; .
\Vyima White, salary & ex- Mr. McGhin and said 'I.of '
seconded by : Shiver. Ladies who sew would '
pense.. Home Dem. Agt. 256.77 I motion carried and the bid of Armco have. enjoyed the films shown by I|their safety to include but the plans, whole are popula beingmade 1 LADIES MEN'S BETTER MEN'S & BOYS' ','
Ethel G. Dedge, Salary, Sec. Products Division was acceptedI ; I ''
Home Dem. Agent .... 69.66 I low- Mrs. White on cutting and fittinggarnnents. !!ulation so that there will be no conflict -
to Board, being the
the same This beneficial to FALL AND HOLIDAY SPORTSH1RTS:1' JACKETS
was i
O. O. Edwards, saL asst. est bid. I I in case of an actual emergen-
State .......... 8. 31 all concerned. A social hour was The success of this ventureof '
Attorney u
I (4) Lumber-no bids. ((held at theclose of the meeting 1 1I ley. ...... I DRESSES
AVm. Randall Slaughter, > I ((5) Fuel; Sandlin :Motor Co., American 1 f I'vy.or conventional with Variety of Styles & prices
... where
16.56 refreshments
salary state attorney i Oil Co., Gulf Oil Corp. Mo.tion I everyone enjoyed two pocket ClM: L-XL
Eva Akins. sal. sec to Ct. Vinson, served by the hostess. Jacksonville spent some time Famous Brands ,. -
Judge ............... .... 26.93 !I was by made;Mr. by McCulley Mr. and said seconded j I over the weekend( with Helen's"I 10-20' Our Reg$2to. $3.98 ito
: Sizes 5-15.
N..H. Williams, sal.. yard .. 4L79 James Young of Orlando and OFF
motion carried and the bid for kerosene -j parents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Addle Mae Smith, sal..clerk. .... 74.47 J diesel fuel multipurpose i Kenneth Young of Albany, Ga. McCulley and family.I j 14% 24* 2 : <::$5.00: 3

Tax Coll, office sal, veterinar.; 503.80 ,grease, and truck grease was |loons of Mr .and!Mrs. George Young j I I I .Our Reg. $9.98 to $12.98 for
\Vm. Kyser I I awarded to Sandlin Motor Co., and of Jennings left by: plane last Wed-1 i I Mrs. Annie Morgan returned toj j jI < .
Ken. Daniels, sal & exp. service -
officer' .. 104.77 !I( the bid for regular gasoline and I nesday night for St. Paul Minne-,,her home Sunday after spending : '

Charlie Goolsby, sal janitor 182.33 '[Oil motor Corporation.oils was awarded to Gulf I sota on a business trip. They reported ,the past three weeks in Jacksonville $750 Boys LongjTSleeveSPORT MEN'S BETTER'

Jeanette LasHley clerk T.A. 74.47 a nice safe trip and plenty with her son and daughter- .. .
Harry Davis saL, Ct. House (6) Supplies: Supreme Sales Co., of ice and snow. They returnedto ,n> law :Mr. and Mrs. S. M. SHIRTS DRESS PANTS
Magnolia Chemical Co., Hill Mfg. :
I 17.87 their
maintenance Saturday night. Our Reg. $6.98 to $8.98
Morgan and family.] Mrs. Annie
Co., Bry-Tur" Inc., Southern: Pro- I '
Commissioner '
County Aaron Hogan ..... .. 6.25 I i I I I ducts. Motion was made by Mr. James and; Lucille Coleman and I Morgan also spent some time with :: : Sizes 4 to'i 18 by Hubbard

S. L, Smith ....... .... 6.25 ,j McGhin, seconded by Mr. McCul children of Jacksonville spent the her sister :Mrs. Lucy Wells in I II $5:00. Hold their and
Jack Vinson .. ...... 6.25 ley, and said motion carried to weekend with LucU1 'S brother and I Jacksonville. Regular. $1,9&. .to.$2.98 crease
Lawton McCclley .. ...... 6.251 I to award the bid as to blankets family Harlon and Marie Burnhamand Never Wrinkle. 28 to 42,
Guy McGhin 6.25 I only to Supreme Sales Co. and the family.: They also spent sometime II! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan had I $P'/t'UO"' : 'Plain Front and Pleated

Blue Cross, Blue Shield. Jan 42.30 bid as to the other items listed. with Lucille's parents Mr. and dinner Sunday with Mr. Sullivan's LADIES
Cot Life Ins. Co.. January 3.CO tinder supplies be awarded to Hill :Mrs. J. S. Burnham and sister and family Mr. and Mrs. I Regular $6.98
Social Security, December 37.07 Manufacturing Company, said bid ,1, Herman Williams I .""
County Officers & Employees I for supplies to be accepted onthe W ,jI: 0 E S
Retirement Fund, Dec 140.99 ,good or medium quality as quoted i 1 Mr. Joe Corbett Sullivan and Mr. Joe Corbett Mathis returned MEN'S FELT $5.00
Federal Reserve Bank, with- I in said bid. These bids were com- Miss Betty Lou Jenkins of Live Ito his home Sundays after being I II 'Regular $4.98
hokhne tax, 4th quarter 905.40 I!pared and the low bids accepted O kV re quietly married in the I I I I confined to St. Vincent hospital, \ "j' HATSRegular
col 'as far as could be determined. First Christian Church of Valdosta .
Mallory Tuten. rent, coun"ty -i Tin I Jacksonville for the past several CALF FLATS
agent's office . 25.00: ((7) TRUCKS Ga. Monday December 31st at Regular $8.98
I days, where he underwent rt !'
Bud Bullard. rent. Health Of- W. G.< D. Chevrolet. Co. 3:00 with brother surgery I '4tjr98\
p.m. Harry Wood I!December 26. We hope Joe Cor ''' '
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fice in White Springs 20.00 t Gray Pastor of the Church officiat- :
State Treas., contribution 1013.91 Motion was made by Mr. McGhin 'bett will soon be able to be out $3'OO $ $7.00Regular
ing. They left for short
State Treasurer Co. Indigent I seconded by Mr. McCulley to accept ding a and around again.C. I .
trip to North
Hospital Service, 1st quart. 987.50 I bid of Lewis Motor Company, Georgia Wed-I! "
F. Ken. Tuten exp. attendingTax I said bid being the lowest and best Tennessee. They are Mr. and Mrs. C.. A. Ford are $3.98 r ''
Assessor Seminar 103.50F. bid was accepted 'by the Board. making their home. in Live. spending this week in Okeechobee '
Ken. Tuten T. A. comm. 356.70 There being no further business s I with their son and family, Mr. CALF FLATS Regular .$5.98' .. MEN'S FLANNELPAJAMAS
Mikes Red & White, groceries before the ,Board said Board adjourned -I! J. C. and Helen Lee and children}and Mrs. Kenneth Ford and family ,

indigent ... ....... 10.00 I --- -__ 4r
Isaac Chandler Jr., refund ATTEST Thelma Lewis Clerk .. .. .I $1A0 : ,
expenses.................. 9.00 Aaron Hogan Chairman Board
Fla. Power Corp., utilities for County Commissioners ,-SCRATCH PADSAll r=i Jw ._ Regular $2.98 to $3.98
Ct. House & col. co. agent 92.60 -\:
Ham. Co. Bank Nov. exch. 17.71 -- Patent Rats LADIES
Jones Ins. Agcy., bond prem. 35.50 EVERY TIME A
F. B. Harrell Ins.436.30' FORESTFIRE Sizes '. $1.00 IIIS 2
STRIKES"ou Shapes Colors
Lanier Mgmt., Inc., Thermofax :, for
supplies .... .. .. 2.72 'L

4 H&WB Drew Co.. office supp. 71.34 LADIES I .......-
Gen. Off. Eqpt. Co., off. sup. 33.43 e L2 "
Harry T. Reid Fun.' Home, GETL8URN ., fo. ...Laminated Knit .... price MEN'SSWEATERS
funeral county indigent 150.00Fla '. .!. ,-'-. 'GIi ,.
Forest Service .... 1022.16 JUST MADE UP ;; COATS :::': :
Florida Forest Service ?*
Fire Control 7272.95 I ?: .. A NEW BATCH AT '
State Assoc. of Co. Engineers, 1 .. Luxurious Warmth Famous Brands
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Arcrjal Dues 5.00 1 ED J .11 Without Weight CAR COATS Variety of Brandyza

Compensation, Incomp. Proceed. I .
Dr. Wm. P Blackmon ... 10.00
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r WANTED White Southern, nonalcoholic HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper in
middle aged couple, good location near mspital. suitable
woman to cook for family, man to for two apartments. $7,000. COMPLETE SERVICE ,j
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tend yard. Furnished house, lights, Call W. L. Bryan, SY2-2985, or
meals plus $350 monthly salary. Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331, Reg. Real I

t References requested, and picture, Estate Brokers. Other property
Mrs. Russell Daniel, P.O. Box A- also available. tic I

I 9M. Oakland Park, Florida. Itp Business And Personal Printing'A
FARM WANTED Have customer .
with $10,000 cash, wants I cleaned. $25.00 J. W. Darby, Jas- '

per, SY 2-5041. J25p .' .: ; '
farm land in Hamilton County.I ->* -<.:;''* ;-_ f '

Robert Ehlert, SY2- 331, Registered : : ._ :
TORS-Best of condition. Priced : ,, _. ,_ :
Jleal Estate Brokers. tic ; ;
to sell. Mannings Radio Service -,' ;
Phone SY 2441 tfc. ; : :,,t-- :t -
REPAIRS-We repair all types I Jasper. j ;:: ./; i '. -- ).
TV and radios also small ap- NEEDED -'.. LETTERHEADS \\J' :::; :
pliances. Mannings Radio Service, VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin : CARDS

Jasper. SY 2-4421. tfc. Live Oak Florida for all your 'J<*' .
musical needs from organs and STATEMENTS POST CARDS ; RULE FORMS .' .+-- -
FARMS pianos to records and record playn. -
would like to sell your farm, tie ENVELOPES it HANDBILLSTICKETS .jfi
see us. We have calls for farms MAGAZINESBOOKLETS .. yj .

week. _W. L. Bryan Reg. .
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I Jasper. $6.000. See Horace Lewis. .... '
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 Jasper. D14tfc BROCHURES :PRqcRAMs ,
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Georgia Plate Glass Co. FISH MARKET FOB SALE In Jas "

i 9 Store Fronts per. Going business ready to ; m" : '

.Mirrors Resllvered take over. Can W. L Bryan, SY2-

.Tnb Enclosures Showers 2985 or Robert Ehlert. SY2-6331. Jibr ; First" .

1 I 215 W. Savannah VALDOSTA Ave. CH2-52S5.Registered Don't-Fret Real---Can Estate- Sweat Brokers.! I Whatever Printing Needs Call Us

FARM FOR SALE-185 acres for Sweat's Radiator Service ..

$37,000, reasonable down payment. 35 Years In Radiator Business In '
3 acres tobacco. 75 acres cleared.I Valdosta Radiators Cleaned, I -
i 20 acres planted pines good mod-' Recored RepairedCars 11 HOME AND OFFICE A, : REASONABLE PRICES

ern home. See Robert Ehlert. SY2- Trucks, Tractors t -I Coronet Wedding LineINVITATIONS
6331. or W.L. Bryan, SY2-2SS5, Reg. Work Guaranteed Staple Machines & Staples : FOR ,t
Real Estate Brokers. Up S Hwy 41, VALDOSTA, CH2-6807 { ,<
Adding Machine Paper Rolls 'i TOP '

bedrooms, near downtown $7500. ot in Jasper for sale. $7500. Can : Typewriter Ribbons Carbon Paper bj ----D; '
Let us show you this one, only one Robert Ehlert. SY 2-6331 or W. I K '$MNOUNCEMENTS\
of several listed with Robert EhlertSY2G331 I Bryan SY 2-2985 Reg. Real Estate Typing Paper .

i 2985 Registered, or with Real W. L.Estate Bryan.Brokers SY2- Brokers. r J< Manila 1 Mailing : elopes. I \; -r. 'See Samples in Office

tfc. 2OOD USED TV Installed for

$100 and up. .Mannings Radio -_:-, .. bl"4
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Service SY "- .21. Jasper tie '- '- --
Sa1.. God con&tfea. $40.' aad -c- '. '_ '
Radio FOR SALE Gas heater _. ,. ti : ,_ .___ : :;
$50. Ma.al.! Repair. cheap ,-,- -' .
I :-: -:- : We Are Equipped To Handle :7?. _
Jasper tfc.I I Phone SY24951 Mrs. Virgie Hyman : .' Weekly. ,srid.MontWy. -I ,:Piz lica .E 'J "- d' "" .,i
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FOR SALE Good Modern Home'i' .; ; .;fl': ; :;

and 2 acres on paved road near DUPLICATOR .. .
I wen .screened porch.' :j': 3ox )2" : ....-
Jasper. Deep PAPER 0. :. THE JASPER NEWS A.f-- -
$2560 down. See W. L. Bryan SY2- 'iL.'fo' !>.: ;0, : :_ SYcamore 26331
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2986 or Robert Ehlert. 512-6331. WMte and Gofers .11' 'lc\., ,
Reg. Real Estate Brokers. tfc THE JASPER NEWS : ....- .. vw -1

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