The Jasper news
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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 18, 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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Minutes Regular llinutes Regular I'Jerry'Scatf's Smith Standard Gull Station Set ....12.78. 5.05 I Assessor Ask For Your OpinionIt ,i CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER -

onthy] Meeting Monthly Meeting I 1Sandlin Auto Parts ........ 20.12i has been requested of me. as your Tax Assessor by the members Motto: Know Hamilton County and tell Others about It.

i n.u-o.Test Corp. ............ 1S3.92 of the School Board and Board of County Commissioners to increase -

+ Hamilton County Jasper City Council .American LaF range ........ 7.2S the aSsessments of year property. This of course will increaseyour I ClLUmEB OF C03D1ERCE MINUTES

i Leona's'Restaurant (Prisoner taxes. .,...... Public Invited To Hear

Commissioners Peals) .................... 31.80 It is my every wish to be of service to aU people In our county.
Monday: January 7.1963I MoUie's Restaurant (Prisoners 1. Please let me' ),)ur CountY Commissioner or School Board member'Industrial Builder Speak Here

s rrs Jasper. Florida ..11teals) .............:...,... 6.55 know your feelings about this request::
daThe Cit Coiuncll
Jasper ioxi tof''Jasper
January 1. 1962 I Florida met) In regular session Jasper Laundry and Dry +,.- F KE-' 'ETH :. Tax Assessor, 'The" regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hamilton

Qeaners ..,............... 43.47Jax
The .of
Board of County Courtmis, Monday evening,_January 7.1963 at County Chamber Commerce'\vasiieldMgnday evening Januar :\1,

"Stoners ID azuJf HAmllton County '7:30: p.m. In the Qty; Kati of the Bennett's Uniforms.24.98 Fire Fighters 4.50 Parents 1'0 Charles Davis Goes 1963, with the fo'1Iouing Directors present: Ivey Prescott. Ray Burnett.Ranee .
Florida met today in regular Qty of Jasper Florida Andrews Thomas Bridges J. L. ttim Watkins Saunders and
sessian with the ,
Suregas .................... 25.50Suwannee"Store
and the following members following present: : Discuss N.ew : To Bank In Robert Ehlert. Absent Joe Howell Pete QmNngham A.. B. Tyree
....__... 8.21 ,
were present: ;goat ,Hogan,. Layton 'Cbmcl1man E. C.. Lang 'Qnatr:= Grover Wheeler, Claude Tompkins. Ed Craton and John McCormi-ck.

McCuney-o Guy McGhin and man: Mayor C. Eo, y t; QuD-;. utility. Electric System ReY Supply iet Fund Co. ,. 27.50'Union 23.41 hoJ Bmlding. !Safety Harbor I Other present: R. H. Fisk, Jim Martin M L Powell and C. D. Barker.

Jack Viasea. and tf Parents
Hamilton Co.Bank member abeeiit 'L Ten -this
} teas S every years ago October
: SmIth Norris, Attorniey F. B. ,Harrell Mr. J. L.
:; Oulpepper. President of
Welding Shop ........ 4.00 school child in the :1953 the OJ1pepper Construction Company
and the following business aspen Elementary .Mr. Charles Davis of Val-
transaeEeti. was iQty. Chief Manager R. H. FLsk. and Police .. Wiltshire Gooden, Punt Co 2l.2O.Garry's and High School. haa", very- costa 'p.c+ eptea the position of I Albany Georgia in reply to a letter sent to him by the Chamber of
Payton Bembry.
Al1'WHs Auto and Radio Ser.. 5.00 special invitation; to., return to cashier in the Hamilton Commerce' advising that he cou1d be In Jasper on 'fuesday. January
due as of Dee. 31..1.fG2as : Absent: Councilman ames 4.Dl1naway. school County 22. 1963. at \\1-Jch time he would be happy to meet with interested
on Thursday any
United Wrecl rs. Incr .. afternoon January Bank. About that time Miss Evelyn.
6 aPPearing. on' Warrant 'List No. Rivers Body Factory Inc ..... 48.50 24 at 7:00 pm. We will meet Connelly joined the faculty of Jasper citizens from Hamilton County am explain just how his finn operates!

+ Bartow VNeretpro'Ved' for payment. Chariman Lang Galled the meet- Donald S.Lavigne, Inc. ...... 34.9-1 thiS year in the Elementary School High. Before many:; months in attempting to locate an industry in a community. After disossion

the'cot1D4tV Jackson was placed on 'tuhg to order asking.Attorney Har- Lewis Motor. Co. ............ 9L90 Lunch room instead .of the high I they were married They have it was decided that the Clamber ww1d contact Mr. CUlpepper and extend -
IMidgent list for the I ren I !! ; to him the invitation from the
to with IJon's
open prayer. .. school r Jasper Club woo meet on the
H\Yd. &Fum. 10.59 audttorlum.as
amount of I King Co. J as we did last lived m Jasper; ana became SUCh a '
per month. The 1'JIln14es' ,,the previous meet The i I evening of Tuesday January 22nd. to be their guest speaker that even-
The following resolution t i Florida PoWer Corp. ...... 65 .42 'year first thit.Y minutes will part at the permanence that the
dopted. was a- ing were adopted as presented Cities Service Oil Co. :....:279.66 be observed ,as oPen house visitation fact that they leavingjasper ing. Anyone interested in hearing what Mr. Culpepper has to say is invited -
i ;upon motion by Councilman Owens to meet with the Club that evening. The price of the dinner would
of the
Whitehead Hwd. 0>. ...... 198.78 elementary school plant I comes an an,unpleasant sbo& Mr.
RESOLUTION ;with a second: by Councilman The J. O. Burch, Co. ........ 7.87 Teachers wii.. beJr! their respective Davis resigned front the Hamilton bdthe regular Jan.s Cub dinner fee of ;n.00. Please call Dan 13l"aSellif

BE IT,. RESOLVED BY THE'Norris. Keenan Welding, Supplies 0>. 12.49 places to greet )"OU during this Oxmty Bart: Jan. 1 effective Feb you plan to attend.so preparations may be made. There is 7:30 p.rn.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- The Council decided to time. The appointment or a Director from District 4 to fill the
I postpone Jones Chemicals. Inc .... 705.00 Although tbete' will not be a lIst when he becomes Vice Presi- vacancy
SIOi4EFtS. Hamilton County Flori- asking for bids. on the Jail until Oasi Contribution Fund, .... 904.68 I special visitation progra for the 'dent' and Cashier of Harbor State : on the Board was again discussed. Watkins Saunders agreed to continue
da 'in regular session assembled :a later date. to try to find a White Springs resident who would be willing to
Internal ,Revenue Service ..871.90 high school, there! 1U perhaps be.I Bank at Sa1ety Harbor, foridda.Mr's. serve as
thatr. Mr. Fisk was asked by the Coonon I:iVan H. Priest Co., Inc.. ....... 1.5712LOO some high school jYOr'l on display.I Davis and the children will a Director. However, if by the February meeting of the Board of Direotors .

' WHEREAS, The Board of County ; to write '8 letter .to Mr. and Motorola .................._: I,in the elemien 'School. 'There remain in Jasper until the school no one tram that District was willing or able to accept appoint-

Commissioners received from
the State of Florida the sum or for the lease ,,of certain properties Association ................ 18.00 wrok being done buy the Science to lose them is not enough and in the By-Laws of the O1amber. It was the sincere desire of the

$329-t for the Library Fund of I to be used as.,8. disposal. place by i There being hO brtber business Club under the dir ction of Mr. yet that is all we know to 00. They Directors present that the vacancy could be fined by a member from

said Board which said sum came .the City. the meeting adjourned. Bethea In the audiovisual room of are an asset to our community and District 4 ID lftdet'they may have full representation from their own

from a source not anticipated' at t, tlr. F"ask reported that a convassof ATTEST Lillian Bembry Clerk the elementary; SchooL Due to unawidable will be whereveer they go. They go District serving on the Board.

Midget the time of the preparation of the the merchants had been made, Chairman Eugene c.. Lang complications and conflicts with our best wtshes. The PreSident advised that the corrected Florida Crown Area

j regarding I the use of the parking General Fund December 1962 the typdcaI school lunchroom Brochures had arrived a few days ago and"ere mw printed exactly

NOW THEREFORE, Be it iesolvpd'by r J'leters. The majority: wanted them f CaSh Available December 1. meal will nOt be served this GARDEN CLUB TO MEET I as ordered. ....
Hoarddf Lourrt sO t
the of } ofmissloners ntorced.. The Oxmcu asked that 1962 ....,............. 10614.88 I year. We hope to-have this on the The Garden Cub will meet today The next item of business brought before the group was the new
Hamilton cbwy, they be repaired and enforced. i agenda next year (Friday) at the Florida Power Camber of Commerce building project. Mr. R. H. Fisk Jasper City
Florida :
in that said tuJget+ with Is amended -, Attorney HarreD read the Dog ,1962 Taxes 1217.41 I The main Probim of the evening Lounge at 3:30 p.m. Forest Ranger Manager, speaking for the Jasper City Council brought before the

conformitY Chapter I License Ordinance"; by title only.1 I I will conSist :In bringing our Kelly will be the guest speaker. Board a certain piece of Qt property which could be made availablethe
Less 33.04 U14.31
2 d
Paragraph ( ) to add Laid
1 iCouncllmaiO Norris made a motion O1amber would wiSh to lease It for their building, than the
older students
tor rather
the Is
day up to Everyone invited to attendprovides
urn: to said budget and to appropriate -i j Qdarette Tax ............ 1823.37
with second by Councilman I on Park site. He stated the for the before
a City bringing matter
date the progress eing- made reason
same to be expended from I Parking Meters ............ 6.31
,Owens tq ss said Ordinance on the I the Board was .due to the fact tha .the Council had received a mild
fu i it on proposed building t
the said library fund for the budget. License .................... Mt.OO program I
1963. t first reading. Motion carrled. Public j i J3ulldlrig Permit ..........4. 24.00 for the Jasper High School, We for 1.000 fall-out p-otec- complaint on haying a aiamber of e6mmerce building constricted in
year Hearing on said Ordinance will will have I tion units Qty Park. .Mr F.1sk advised that if the Board of Directors felt that
Passed'and'adopted this 8Ih(da f' :Fines .,........'............ 218.00Mayor's on the proposed I l that might be available
be helt\ on February 4, 1963. for in of nuclear second offer would not adequately meet the needs of the Qamber then
a high-school plant that case exp1osions. We
of January, A. D. 1963s ,I Fees .............. 13.00
; t The next item of.h1siness to be will the City Park site would still be available to the Chamber, as agreed
to intonn
try to
you as 'waya
n hafrjthah ........
Aaro Hogan, ,: Garbage ... ........ 3..00 .
-. ,I taken uP by the Council was open- and means by which this building. : 'upon at'tte reiilar; meeting of the City Council. on December 3. 1962.
ATTEST TheJma"LEwzs Miscellaneous .............. 76.00
.,. '. ,.- ." .' :'. I I.Thefl of bids ,for a new Police Car. Utility TaxeS ..4 .......... 917.56 program may be financed and realized Considerable discussion followed and it was determined that the second
ling Withholdtng'Tax '......... ..'286.20
\ : Pt- -. Waates'd: st. rrr eliae"!J ',:trasb,':rrock. After looking,ati ,Social -Security..i.: ,,:..._152.75 :Total. Receipts_ ..'.,-,....... 91756... This will be highly informsti piece of property offered could present several serious problems am
.' of the.Board was read bytJte'eapprow : i the -bid the CounCil d cided"P 54.15 Jr ':If--- --r-r.. 1fleCfidgthat: you will not want furtherrJbal.1t-woWd. not as adequately meet the needs of the Chamber
Insurance ................
and 'bY-' he Boardas, read.by'theCiel1c .! have 'Mr. F\sk study the bid and Total Cash Available J..... 2775.41 ,to iniSs. as the City Park site Tberefore. a motion was made by J. L. Colhmx

.. .. hiu.elf..that.the-meet,spec Disbursements: none The meeting is sponsored by the seconded by.lve Prescott which unanimously earned, that unless the
Total ReceiptS ...... : ::: 4.-266.15 -
The following officers filed a i ficatlons set forth in bid proposal Total Cash Available, December: 3I P. To:; A. abd' will serveas- the :City-Council be- dofnitely opposed, the Hamilton County Chamber of

copy or their report of receipts : and gave him authority to award Total Cash A\8i1abe .... 14,881.03DISBURSEMENTS 1962 .................... 2.715.41 January meeting of the P. T. A. Commerce wishes to accept the Qty Park site for their 01.an\ber. of

expenses: and net income for the 'the bids to the lowest bidder upon I Utilities Sinking Reserve Fund :Every citizen interested in the Commerce butJding.

with Thelma motion with Cash December of education is invi- President Andrews appointed Thomas Bridges. Chairman. and
year 1962 the Board: by Mayor Ccxn10y a A\-alIable. I, cause cordially
I and Council ....... 14.00
Lewis Clerk of Circuit Court and second by Councilman Norris. Mo- Mayor 1962 ................i. 13,000.00 ted to attend. U you have not at. J. L Collum to serve on the BIdirh Committee. He further advised
t and office .. 500.00
Dan Braswell Tax Conector. ;tio nCanied. Management Renewal BUd Replacement Fund ready joined the P. T. A. you will that a third member for this committee could be selected by them.
Finance and Taxation .... 630.15
This concluded the business or i Councilman Norris made a motion Cash Available, December st, .. have an opportunity to b so at this Brief Committee reports were made by Committee C1alnnan
Legal ,...................... 50.00
the present Board of County Com- with a second by Concilman ..196 C.800.DO meeting I present There being no further business the meeting adjourned.
I Insurance ................... .335.85I
missioners. have Harrell ---
I Attorney I Public Relations .......... 100.00 ;
Jasper Florida draw up a Resolution to the County -''Police Department ........ 2OU.80 SENIOR'S SUPPER
March of
January 8. 1963 Commissioners asking them to Dimes Pioneers Plan ITo 1
j M I Fire Department .......... 468.85
Aaron Hogan Chairman yielded .make a Resolution to the State 1 I The Senior Class of Jasper High
........ 15,00
his chair to Jack Vinson Chairman 'lasking! them:: to place flashing lights Buildnig I School will sponsor a Fried Chicken -

protem and the chairman protein Jon the Georgia Southern Railway Public Works:. Improve Child Medical Care ; I Supper January 25, at the
Public Buildings ............ 182.321
asked for nomination for a chairman. -ion No. 6. Motion Carried. Elementary Lunchroom. We will
\ ...... 1493.13
: Motion was made by Mr. Councilman Owens made a .motion Street Department i serve from 4:30 to 6:30. Supper
...... 722.61 'Top.quality medical, care
Garbage,Department ,
McO.1lley. seconded by Mr. McGhin with a { ilman will be delivered upon request.
wtl.by .
and seco Cemetery ...............:.:.. 25630 though often capable of II Tickets win be the
and W1animuosly carried Norris to have Attomeytiarref to sold starting
and Public> Welfare .............. 30.00 changing the whole life .
Jack Vinson was nominated draw up a Resolution to the County / Please! Help suport your
of infants and
elected as chairman of the Board Commissioners asking them to prospects y ,senion. Thank you
Commissioners for the Total Disbursements .... $6,900.01 children with crippling dis- x At j jM :
of County f make a Resolution to the State askin I ? Bobble Jean HayesReporter.
year 1963. The chairman asked for crab gutter and sidewalks I orders, is unavailable to the .

for nominations for a chairman along Highway 4L :Motion earned.f .Total Cash Available December 31 majority of these patients.

protem and motion was made by made motion te 1962 .................... 7981.02 That is why The National Y
Mayor Courtoy a Foundation-March Of DiMes I Moth
is March
!Mr. Hogan. seconded by Mr. MoQilley -f pay the monthly bills with a second Utilities System Revenue Fund f pioneering with a project designed rs

and unanimously carried by Councilman Owens Cash- Available. December 1. to remedy this situation

and Guy McGhin 'was nominated Florida League of Municipalities f .1962 .................... 23.75L32 by financing a networkof more fSet For Jan. 28

am elected as chairman protem ..............i.... 81.25 RECEIPTS than 50 treatment centers
for the year 1963. The following Ham. County Bank (exch) .. 2.01 I Water Services .......:... 2,269.17Sewer across the nation for birth dofects : Mrs. Helen AdiclcB has announe-
ho'Jd over County Commissioners Co. 31.83 t Services .......... 1,339.00 arthritis and 'J) lIo. i Ed that the March of Dinmes
United States Stationery But fully twice'this number
were present: Aaron Hogan, Guy Mllligan Office Machine (b. 1.40 Water Deposits .............. 65. O of centers is needed because of ''Mother's March will be held on the

l\lcGhin. Jack Vinson and Lawton : Western Auto Associate Store 1.15The :Miscellaneous.. ................ 9.42 the magnitude of the problem. I last Monday night of January 26.Mrs. .

Mc01Uey, and the newly commissioned I HV.. B. Drew Co. .. 1.12 Withholding Tax ............ 78.00 This urgent need is one of the I Hennan lIarreB wltl serve
........... 39.78 chief reasons for the current : as Mother"s March 01alrJwm for
Grover Social Security
Commissioner -
county The Jasper News ............ 92.5S March Dimes
Wheeler was present. The ] North Florida Telephone Co. 59,44 Insurance .................. 19.50Total this month.of campaign here L.. Jennings and Mrs. Fred Whittaker

Board welcomed Mr. Grover Wheel Jones Insurance Agency... 40.42F. "No other health organization of White Springs win lead the

ler as its newly commissioned I B. Ilarren ................ 75.00 Receipts ............ 3,820.17 in the United States, or Mother's March in her community.
county commissioner from District : ) 3.61 for that matter not even the These ladies will publish the frames
Standard Ser. Sta (Bradley
No. 2. .Total Cash Available .... 27,5n.49 federal government, has at- of their helpers in next. weeks
I : tempted any silt h' eom rehen-
Mr. C. A. A\Tiett filed his application T DISBURSEMENTS sive network of s treat- paper. .

with the Board for County 1 I Board of Public Instruction, met I G eral Operations .... 1,351.84WateLPlant ment centers" Basil O'Connor Please help your local March of

Attorney for the year 1963. Motion with the Board of County Commissioners ; i... ;;...:.-. 149.41 res1dent ot The National Dimes! Give for the m 1 of a

was made by Mr. Hogan seconded am a general discussion f.Water IYnCs'.r' :......... 57.44Sewer Foundation.Manh of Dimes, chi1d. ;. ,

by Mr. McGhin and unanimously was had of the decrease in revenue Plant .................. 6.41 Aid recent1yVWe invested, deal Mcuch. of Da..Rnanceci treahsnt centers I. grsof ....dtcoIlastltvtlons j jCivil

carried and C. A. Avriett was appointed for operation of the schools in"&Sewer Lines ................ 1.26 study aDd thought a great hi this of lib theM care for hunclreda of cdUctecI d.ildr.a Defense :

al! County Attorney for ,Hamilton county and discussed the Water Deposits Refunds .... 72.50 I project before we began In of the medical schools in the ous disability: or death. It Is so

the year 1963. I necessity of a revaluation and i -.. 1900w1th'"thelthree-piJot units United States. They are lo- often a matter of prompt action i Area Meeting lIeId
Motion was made by Mr. Hogan I.I Total Disbursements' .... 1,638.86Total .patterned 'after our polio"'re-: cated from the Atlantic to the and expert treatment that II
: equalization of the COlD1ty taxes spiratory centers" he addect Pacific from the Canadian I Civil
seconded by' 'Mr McGhin, and Availe December 31. to makes the cWference. Defense Directors from Dia
in order to secure adequate "But even with all this plan- the Mexican borders.
In review of the
unanimously carried apd Sherwood re\'en-I' 1962 ............ 22,932.63INTEREST and a progress trict one and comprising HamIlton
i4e. as the millage levy is Ding preparation-which -JleaHIa Teams' Vied in scarcely two years of these
retainedd AS' County i Madison Suwanee and IumbIa
-Iller gas STh"KING F1TDCash ; ; included medical coat Dr.
limitation. Mr. special treatment centers
Road SUperintendent and also all statutory Kenneth: Available December loL across the country-we did .Each provides continuous WUUam S. Clark director of counties am District four com-
Tuten Tar Assessor also and forinpatients
employed by thety was pre- ..: ':4.026.82 f not foresee the full magnitude comprehensive care the medical department of The pricing Taylor Lafayette, Dixie
employees comI I sent and 'a general discussion was 1962 ............... :; .or outpatientS 1J
nor the of the needs
commissioners. .. urgency < National Foundation.Much of Gilchrist and AIaehuJa Bounties
RECEIPTS: \ specialist members of.e J1ea1tb '
had between both that these
Boards. The special
oL ,Julian Wood appeared be- Tax Assessor, the Board of County 1962 Taxes ..............,..t..384.94. centers very soon brought to teams. 'In the case 'of birth Dimes reported: of tM North Civil Defense area
fore the board, and a discussion Commissioners and the Board of t ens' L iscouiit:................r 04 lighL detects, this' would often'mean Guiding Principle met for a one day conference at
was had relative to the Civil Defense .' ; < Some Headway Made a pediatrician a pediatric neurosurgeon -what we have been achieving Lake City on January 11, 2968.Lt .
Public Instruction agreed that it urologist, through our centers may
Program. Motion was made was essential for some steps to be 'Totata Receipts .........._.314.90 -rhe thoughtful and compassionate dist physical therapist mediCal seem breathtaking and miraculous : Commander Leyland 'I: Tliisley. -
by Mr. Wheeler, seconded by Mr. taken to increase the generosity of the social worker' psychologist or to some people. But the I Chief of the Operadens See-

McCulley, 'and unanimously car valuation Total CaSh Available ....4,401.T2 American public has permitted psychiatrist and others. Sumily underlying _principle Involved lion, Florida State OV& Defeme
tied to pay the sum of<$12S,00 per sirue the county likewise needs IENTS the March of Dimes to make all of the special medical: hen is reallY vm simple. It office. Jacksonville discussed re.writinc .
more revenue and the millage ,DISIU1R$ : some headway in meeting the and other skills needed for the has been the guiding principle
month pus reasonable. expenses ley.lS: at the statutory Jimitations. Bond .._....._.......-.. 4000.00 research and medical-care research: study and the treat- of The National Foundation- county basic avif Defense
to Cot Wood for his ser+kes The Board of 0Junty: Commission- ComndssIof ......:e........ 10.06 problems posed by 260.080 Infants ment of arthritis are enlisted March of Dimes throughout its plans and annexes to oiiferm to

County cvn Defense. Director. er.{ decided: f.o take this matter Interest ..................... SO.OO born each year in our in the 'health' ams- at thearthritis first quarter century the anuil- the revised State QYiI Defense

The hours of. his service to be regtfated under advisement and'CareM : Advertising ................. 46.80 country with major birth defects centers sponsored by versary of which h we .o serve plan.It .
at his convenience and c'cnsideration ; and-the 42,000. children the March of Dimes. this month. It is thisDosomethintto : is contemplated that eenfere
upstairs and githepubUc: n0- Total,:Disbursem_ nU4.36.SO'< and adolescents Cripp1ecI ,'. .L D March -of: DimesJ'Cf prove that
offered an office > ,0..7 Ct' ces of this type will be scheduled In
he was tine of its intention In due course: 4 some form of arthritis er, rheumatic i nced' Ien are the' ad- the best can can be' brought
in the courthoUse. There being no further business Total Cash Available. December 31 diseue." J tiJ1C'sometimes for family dramas out of our great medical cen. the future to include State Agencies

Mr. Harry T. Reid Superintendent before the Board.; sad Board ad- 1962 ..................... 264.92 These treatment centers for where emotions range' ten and hospitals to America's j concermed with Civil Defense In
of Public Instruction and Al- sGNKING i FIND birthrddecis. ariIJritiI., and Sr'Gm despair to jubi1atioD. doorstep in every town aDd order to provide the
len B. Tyree, Frank Matthews. ottrned. UTILITY polio whose -cOst.are borne More than- once haTe parents "fi11qe. and the American pub- tion possible for the area. ;".1'',
Attest: Cash Available. December : directly by about SA0 birch of given up hope for their child lie seeint that it can be
Qyde Hunter, Johnnie ler..aBd : ..'<..,"." ;.Dla. weB and to find that treat- i CoL Julian Wood, Hamilton Out
'I'11eItRa.LewiS,1.GeN11". <:,.. : ....I *, ee as as.V1 early will demand that -
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E.-IV. Stonnant Members'ofd: ; < ;; 4I1963: _'" __ doDe.l ; ty QvIh De Offer atended"th''m
ile JP ck v:u tn Cnairarn !" >tieIIM He met hse it' fer .... 'l'Mfa" fM t :\
l atee4 .wia> ort saa.ae-hsli i vaster to_exspe :trio Dim s hi a nu eli. :
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-PAGE'TWO THE. JASPER NEWS. JASPER FLORIDA,.. Friday, January 1 .\863 ,

i "THE FOUR FREEDOMS". : :: i i Power. Company Jr. College. -" Hospital-News Nurse \

By John T. Miller throughout the centuries has moreor I! Notes 'EmployeeSafet Entrance ExamsOn ;.'..,. Workshop
.. :
When President .
Roosevelt less :
announced been a matter of concern to\ 1M tPATIENTS" .
his '"Four Freedoms" he 'hose :who exercise:authority in the' ) Records, Monday I
was projecting: his thinking into the affairs of government Even' the .ltil Civil Defense. T

unforeseeable future. He envisage Man of Galilee,i *His'efforts to es-(*. Guests of tinner: at an annual Miss Kay Van Alst, Director of g' ,-: ,",' i
a world founded on four cherishedand tablish institutional church anda safety dinner meet of the Florida Counseling Services at North Florida The second of the Regional-Workshops }
highly prixed possessions, and Spiritual Kingdom here on earth Power Corporation were eight local M Junior College has announced! IN HOSPITAL JAN. 17 sponsored by Districts 16 I
directed his efforts to their achieve ; THOMAS O. McCAIN and 30 of the Florida Nurses Assoc
met with trials and tribulations, employees who played important that her office will administer the
menu He believed their realizationwas victory and defeat. We should not, roles in helping F. P. C. ac- Thomas Owen Mc ain, 53, former t College Entrance Tests for all be-! Mrs. Ann Johns iation will be held on February 13, i'
possible within his own life therefore, be discouraged when we 'chieve a 1962 company safety record resident of Jasper, ,Jacksonvilleand : ginning freshman who plan to enter Horace Milton ,' 1963 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m: in !
time. He said: "This is no' visionof meet difficulties and obstacles in of over 2,000,000 man hours Orlando died Wednesday in,College this spring semester. -Mrs Nellie Law the auditorium at the Veterans Hospital !
distant nulleniumi it is a def- our religious experience It is most j without a lost time accident," saidJ. California. t The tests will be given in the Mrs. Marjorie Croft in Lake City. Florida. The :
inite basis for kind of world Ralph Jackson theme for the workshop is "The .
a attainable inconceivable that countless num- L. Collum, district manager The Survivors I Student Center at the College on FAll
include the widow
in our own time and generation" bers of people should fail to recog- ;dinner was helL recently at the Orlando of Monday January 21. Testing will Mrs. Dorothy Carter Nurses Role in Civil Defense: .
r ; a daughter Mrs. Charles
He was an incurable op nize the sovereregniay og God and (Women's club in iMbnticelio. begin promptly at 8:30 and will be Eli Daniels Registered and Licensed Practical
timist. Like some of our presidentswho turn to Him in gratitude' and worl- I, Local employees with outstand- McDougal California; a son. completed about 2301n the,after George Lamar Roberson: Nurses are invited to attend. +
preceded him he was thinking, ring safety records include: Palmer Tommy of Idaho; a brother, Jamesof noon. Phyllis Ann Deas A small registration fee of fifty I
in advance of his contemporaries.Indeed ship.Third, "Freedom from want" Gene Smith 1 year, Robert Southall Jacksonville; four sisters, Mrs. Mrs. Nettie Reid ($.50) for members and on dolar I
,he entertained hopes, the:- This 'freedom" could be expanded,17 years, W. A. Sapp 4 years, Ralph ,Lillian Sears of Jasper Mrs. Mary Miss Van Alst urges all students David Troy (coL) ($1.00) for nonmembers will ..be I
realization of which, nowhere appeared -to include a'wide "coverage. When A. Gay 11 years Robert Dresher, Tuggle and Mrs.. Benbaughof to cooperate with this program' Dallas Clark (cot) charged to cover the expense of '
in the offing. That such a translated into 'world terms, as; 4 years, Jeanette Craton years, St. Augustine, and Mrs. Bennie !since these tests are required for, : '. the workshop. ,4 i
universal condition would be desirable -. was originally Intended, it means Ixnora.. Braswell- I yeax&Ji H .Robinson.. of Tallahassee.'Funeral ,admission to the College:; no student : DISCHARGED S1TC'E'JAN:>10 : I
.e- .is aXlomati ."Tbat such a con' economic' 'understandings 'which. Collum 22 years. was Monday in Orlando. will be allowed to register un 'I Akridge Hudson Pvt. Robert Jackson I

dition, however, will be achieved will secure and guarantee. to every In 1962 Florida Power Corp. he has taken the tests. Mrs. Elouise Freeman Completes Training ;
within the foreseeable future is nation a, healthy'peacetime for its ranked first place among; ) the light J4EIiERRLi .rn Ruby Lee Smith (cot) -
beyond the hope of its most ardent inhabitants to*provide for them-'companies of comparable size in Mrs. Mary .Jane erring, 82. pioneer Seniors I IJ. I Mrs. Phyllis Rhoden .- I Army Pvt. Robert E Jackson 19 I
advocates. Let us look at these selves .not only the?'bare necessitiesof the Southeastern- Electric Exchange resident of Hamilton County. Jennings To Sponsor Mrs. Mary Sue Butts
"Four Freedoms"- in a somewhat life but also some of the more '''passed away at her" home near Miss H. Contest.. I I Raymond Strickland I
I detailedfashion.. attractive- things that make for H. B. McMahan. Safety Director Jasper last Friday morning> She The Senior Class of 1963 will Mrs. Marenda Goodwin '1 I'
First "Freedom of Speech" every full and complete: living.: This condition -'for the company, stated that, "not is survived by her husband. Bryant I sponsor the Miss J. H S. 'Sont st, Mary Alice Hill (coL) j I
where in the world! At this time .is possible to be had;but itsrealization only are our employees safetycon- Herring of Jasper; four sons Wilson February 14. There will b a little Wendel Young (cot)
such an idea seems utterly fantastic. is not- too promising scious on the job, but their interestin of Jasper, Herbert of Pompano Miss J. H. S. chosen fram grades TedMcGhin I II
Freedom of speech on an uncon within the near future. "The tendency company safety programs have Beach, Joe Herring of Yulee, and 1-5. A Junior Miss J. H. S. chosen J. H. Holton
ditional basis is nowhere to be '.is for nudists to'multiply and helped save human life with their Carroll Herring of New Jersey. from grades 6-8 and Miss J. H. S. Carroll Hunter I
found. It is conditional and will their satisfaction td become Increasingly i training in mouth-to-mouth resus- ., Funeral services were held on chosen from High School. I Mrs. Lois Holmes .

likely remain as such, depending more difficult.' citation." Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in New Hope. The contestants for the Miss J. Mrs. Ethel Mitchell 11I
upon circumstances and prevail-;J j Fourth "Freedom" from Fear" !l;I McMahan referred to four instances -(I Baptist Church. The pastor, Rev. H. S. Contest will be judged on,I Lawrence Campbell (col.)., I

ing conditions. For practical pur-1(When this. .is.. translated. ,in terms in 1962 when employees i. N. M Rovvell. officiated. Mrs. beauty, talent, and poise. !
poses and! under normal conditions' Hof international relations .it means tor,I their wives, used the new lifesaving !Billy Beck -accompanied by Mrs. I Everyone be sure to put this date *JENNINGS GIRLS 4-H CLUB .
however, an American citizen has ,,,the.reduction,of,armaments to such i technique: Mrs. Gloria Hol- :Charlie Rhoden. sang two songs. on your calendar. MEETS n I
the legal right" to express an opine ,a point and in such thorough fashion ,''mes (wife of J. H": Holmes service -f f(, "Sunrise Tomorrow," and Where 1 II
ion. One has a "legal right" to express -j,I that no nation will be in any i., man in the Perry district), We'll Never Grow Old." MAPLE GROVE HOMEDEMONSTRATION The Jennings Junior 4-H Club
one's opinion on any question -I'position to corpfnU'lan'i : 'act of aggression -I' saved the life of a five year old I Pallbearers were Parke Deas. 1 CLUB SHEETS met Wednesday January 16, at
o rissue without regard to adequate ], against.any! .other nation. j i nephew; Mrs. Bettie B. James :Collis Bland, Jt T.: Bland, Wallace I 'the home EC room at toe o'clock I
oasis for such expression. This W&bleW has n__ been_____ on___ the_,_ I (Wife of Thomas L. James, SLJ;ISelph. Marvin Selph, Edward Mur- ', Maple Grove Club held their Jar* a.m. Sixteeen girls were present 1
whereas one has in reality no "per-, agenda for consideration but so:Peteresburg: division meter man), ;phy. Interment was in New Hope uary meeting: ;:! on Wednesday,' January -i There were no visitors. President
sonal right' to give expression} to jar no committments_s, have been I saved her own two year old son; j i|Cemetery. Harry T. Reid Funeral. 9 at 1:30 p.m. in the Education-j(Sue Butler caned the meeting to :2 ;
,an opinion on any topic apart froma l'[made, due, for -the most part to William M. Coate troubleman in(Home was in charge.WILBQR al Building of the White Springsi :order Gayle Deas read the devo- .. _
background of information acquired 1[the presence of a spirit .of rivalry!JSt. Petersburg saved the life of a I I Methodist Church. i tion. We prayed the Lord's prayer
through reading and study. ,'i I and distrust manifested at the conference ->14 year old neighbor; and Harold J, TOOLS. !; 'Meeting was called: to order by',I and said the 4-H pledge. The min- son of Mrs. Ullie M. Jackson, Rt.
One's opoinion should be withheld tabJe * on a subject when knowledgeIs i i! are .t taking shape and the align-I JManagcr, saved the life of a 38 | Funeral services for Wilbur J. Thirteen members were presentand I and approved."We"decided to bring 'weeks of advanced individual Infantry -
lacking.It I s) mcnts that are being made, dis-i year old!woman Both Mrs. Holmes j(Toole, 69, resident of Jennings, and several visitors. It was discussed -I.15c each to pay for our annual ]1 training at Fort Gordon.
could be that one trouble with armament cannot be expected for land Mr. Dunphy received special J former Mayor of Jennings, were and agreed upon for this !pictures. Cheryl Dees made a motion Ga. Jackson received instructionin
the world to. day is the fact that some time to come. awards this month for the National I held last Friday at 3:00 p.m. in I,.club to sell baked goods and pink that we have a Valentine Par I combat techniques and in firing
too many of us are uninformed on I I I To expect the "Four Freedoms"to Safety Council. Mr. James and Mr. :I Macedonia Baptist Church in Madison -lemonade at the Festival at Stephen ty and Brenda Murphy seconded the M-14 rifle and M-60 machinegun
matters of international relations I' be achieved everywhere in the Coate received their awards from County. The Rev. Raymond j I Foster Memorial the first week I the motion. Everyone voted that two of the Army's newest in-
but still persist In expressing I world within any given period of the council within past months. I I I Dykes former Jennings pastor, and in May. The nominating commit-I I we have a Valantine Party. Myra I II (fantry weapons. He entered the I
sure opinion' on what is best COCk-j,time is to disregard present trends Speaking on behalf of Florida!I,the Rev. Gene Thompson, officiated tee was appointed to newj Smith, Brenda Murphy Lillian Army last August and completedbasic
done in ,every problematic and look: for the miraculous to hap- I Power Corporation in offering per-II :Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hewitt, officers for the club. j I I Reeling, Kay Smith, and Ray Nell I training at Forst Gordon Ga. :
that arises, whereas the we'll infor- The I Glenda Hewitt, Carolyn Burnett, in charge of the drinks
r)>en. unexpected may happenin sonal congratulations to the em- Burnett are Jackson is a 1962 graduate of J.
med and intelligent group of experts -! the future as it has in the past. ployees at last nights dinner was I I Mrs. Billy Beck sang two songs, Our club agreed to decorate for Cheryl Deas Doris Holland Rhonda R. E. Lee High School.
are frequently full of doubts The day of :miracles is not over. Ralph W. Norman, Division "Shall We Gather At The River," the Fashion Show in :March and I I Kay Selph & Sue Butler will bring
and uncertainties as to what is the Present indications, however, are ageer. Other guests included and "The Old Rugged Cross," ac- then the meeting.: was turned over I potato chips and others will bring
best move to make in any given 'not' very comforting and reassur- Poe Herden, Personnel \ 1\tan-1 I companied by Miss Barbara Pear- to our Agent, Mrs. White. She I(l cookies and candy. The president ..
crisis. ing. The "Four Freedoms were and W. L. Sineth Operations man. showed a very interesting and help- appointeed Doris Holland as the ft
Second, "Freedom Worship", enunciated on January 6th 1961, ger. The Pine Forest Masonic Lodge ful film on cutting, and fitting gar- project chairman. Mrs. White talked -
This seems so plausible and logical twenty two years ago almost to I had charge of Masonic rites at the ment. to us about making; speeches.She .
that one is made to wonder why the day. They are no more nearly. graveside. Interment was in Dace- The meeting was adjourned and also too us that we would havea I
this ""freedom" should be deniedto realized today than they were on 1 the next tw..ntytwoears is locked donia Cemetery wHJf Harry: T. Reid refreshments Were served by Mrs. fashion show in ApriL The meet-
an individual, or to any group of the day they' were promu1gated.1 I in the archives of an unpredictablefuture. I Funeral Home in charge. Oliver Hunter and Mrs. CharlieSin ing was adjourned.
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!'.,r' ,,!.. ',... f ,; : .*ed right of talk which -her got. The I I is now alright **' "'-- Base. He and Dianne Waltbeana_ 1 .
JjJiJ@ ..:. best possible thing in* this. is to:Mrs.William Vldcers isr in the Air and little daughter were h re' and Uttjt aSper Jletos 'A.I.

|yield and od; it gracefully :And,I Mrs William Vickers is in the Pit at White ,Springs during ttoe-bx>5-I.

''i you would realty,get even dolt I Force located in' Kansas. He assures days. This teaching )position) 'is a i Published Friday
in your best manner- That will do his parents that the weather recognition of John'Allen's.abffity. I

;;tJ gLk 1 : i i lit everytime. I out there is mighty cold. in that line. S. # Second Class Postage Strictly Paid in at Advance Jasper, FloridaSuUxripdgna

I Mrs. OlEe Boone returned Monday One church was, short of funds Annel HoDoman
Jack and spenta
Outside of
Jan. 14 after several weeks !for a needed purpose when oDe of pleasant day Saturday at Tren- $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 County:

':vacation visiting three daughters!,the deacons volunteered to keep ton with AnneTs sister and her Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
I in St. Pete and Ft. Lauderdale. She|I[the lawn mowed instead of hiringit husband Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Lang Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
Vfsi.Hrs.. 3Ya.ae.2.1N1 (reports a wonderful time and is done. An elderly woman in the
ford. Mr. Langford is a cattle man and Publisher
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors
., 'still enthusiastic about being home.church'I said to him one hot day as and has herds of Black Angus. ._,

Paul Teague, Mrs. Boone's grand he worked "Son you're mowing ... ... ... W' (
NEW TEARS THOUGHTS of the illness of. .the. members. J _
'I I Buck HoDoman: has pledged . .
Let us walk SOFTLY, friend: l day. He is from California and .-.
Things go along in *hum drum Theta: Chi over at F, S. U. antIs
po For strange paths lie before us"way and : |will spend the year with his grand I Mr. Luther Griner who has been' I I burned off a little patch of Mrs. James E. Shepherd of Grove-
"''e"are content -( pleased with his choice and is
an untrod. content). And,'then things happen maze mother. Mrs. Boone has the happy quite ill in Pineview hospital Is at liking F. S. u. grass todaY' -> just to get the feel land who has been visiting her
Let us walk STRAIGHTLY, friend: which faculty of making life seem very home now spring, I guess. chfldren here, the Foster Shepherdsand
upset our calm : .
Perchance some greatergood 'Dr. important and interesting. This 0 55. the Henry Vickers left this
than we have known is waiting Bill and Dot Blackmon and even influences those she contacts. My neighbor Ethel Norwood over week for Ocak where she will be
We thought this while look
for their three sons Billy, Howard, . \ up on Mulberry Street has a varietyof Airs. Graham Black had a letter
us. :I and Bobby are..moving recently from Anne Crouch,daughter -the guest of her daughter and son
away. They interests. She
Let walk HUMBLY ? The Lydia Circle of grows
us friend First
: go to make their home in Eau the :. of Dr. and :Mrs. Ed Crouch, -favlaw Rev and Mrs. Raymond Al
flowers (with the help of :Mr. Nor
We cannot tell how long this I Baptist Church met with Dorothy :
shall last. life I I Gallie, March 1st. That they win Carter Monday evening Jan 14. some things we thought would have wood) She is always planning to once of Jasper and well loved. ley. Later she goes tor a visit with
be missed in all the ways we walk ,{been In It-'T collect thru this, really things for sale like Anne was a little girl when they her grand daughter in Orlando.
Reid i grow
Let Us walk: QUICKLY, friend: I' had the program j column the old HamiltonCounty I -
is so true. They leave an' imprint I[ reallY moved from here to Colorado .5.5
I but ends
a she
for Christ" nursery giving
Work with our might while last "Witnessing and proved up
,wih ch we cherish. receiptsand perhaps interest them Springs. She is a student at University Health Notes this takes
her sews and cooks January
our: little stay, I points by scripture references. I the Chamber of Commerce in away. She
I, of Colorado Eddie the
And help some halting comrade The Methodist Guild met,Monday using them booklet form printedin and embroiders and crochets. Her now. up the "problem of the suburbs"which

on the way; :, evening Jan. 14 with Mrs. Leucile Glenn R. Winters Executive Di- the New Office, for advertising newest rues, designing them her oldest son is a dentist married and problem is one often for the
self. Mr. Norwood has made all has 2 children. Tommy Is in medi- small town with no sanitation Just
And tray God guide us; friend. An interested of rector of American Judicature
.. Leslie. group purposes.
I| cal school, is married and also hasa
this and she take time to be outside the incorporation. Maybewe
Lillian Grays i
heard writes
Nell Rhoden ciety the
young women Place of the
Juvgn First we'd use the word grand neighbor. child. All this to say there are need annexation..
as she discussed the subject answering ile Court in the Judicial System. which certainly was 'receipt'l I many in Hamilton County that miss .5.
The First Baptist finished the children's' and outlines his
I questions on the thoughts like this:
Then how the Crouch in of
years ago. : family spite ,
study in Matthew this ReeL Prof. "why" of death and pain. L The Juvenile court is a Court. I The Eugene Lange' tell me that JASPER BOY GOES TO CHURCH
ML L. Powell has'been the teacher., .'. collard green, string beans, peleau, Mr. and :Mrs. Kenneth Copelandare From the Florida Times Union
I The Juvenile Court: is not a wel- I .
I corn pone bread, and "potato
I I Saturday Jan. 12 entitled "Reli-
is fare world travelers of late
Money beginning to in administrative years.
come agency nor an
Rev. Sayer Canova attending and yeast biscuits and home made. The fight is being renewed against Jous News".
j' He with the Hamilton County
for the March of Dimes. Don't tribunal it is a Court of I was : .
the Exanglistic ,conference in Orlando I bread just to mention a few. I Bank several She was'dirty literature Southside Baptist Church of Jacksonville
forget your'contribution.The : Justice. years ago.
Wednesday and Thursday at .. This of course would be a nosto- i I active in the Presbyterian church I .5. with Dr. Malcomn B.
the First Baptist Church. 2. The Juvenile Court is a Civil gic edition but unless collected, Dr. and Mrs. Druck of Chicago dinner
January meeting of the Jas- and a good member of the* JasperWoman's Knight plans loyalty
Court.: ,The Juvenile, ,'Court is a soon they will be almost extinctDo ID. made a short visit this week to More than 800 are ex-
per Wonmen's. Club Friday llth Club. They travel on persons
Mr and Mrs. John Cameron, Mr. Civil Court not a Criminal Court. please phone or mail me your the Charlie Levins. They were en-
and Mrs.Thomas Musgrove and,proved interesting with Don Prin 3. The Juvenile Court is a superior favoriete. tramp freighters which I have readis I route to Miami where they will I Continued on PHCC 6)'GAS
dexter of the Pala&a Boys Ranch the ideal to see the world at
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Mil grove coins: That is it is not aminor way I
Jr.. all ,I telling of their work and Judge Mb-. .'your leisure. This bit of news will
were over Sunday to see Court.:: Confucius said "The I find myself walking the .hypottenuse" -
Mrs. Georgia Wetherington who:Connick emphazing the importance longest step is the first step" Tragic -I I when tired from shoppingor interest, their many friends in Jasper -: %

has been ill. She is alright now tho
she. j question and answer period. The begun with a first misstep and usually ''that is-cutting corners, even
says.S. I I door prize which was given by the I''I i It was sad news last week to
it is a small one. Every Juvenile -j small distances-they add up too. wovx Aa r WeVER MAo= r
King Hardware Co. was drawn by hear of the death in California of aa+ AD"' OPTHSWAf+
Lest week the Tompkins-Worley j case include not just coin And thinking in terms of math and wetr+ usY't'
the visitors Mr. Prindexter.Four ''Thomas McCain. We understand STLMO
Circle met with Shirley Owens and I from the coin meter but the incalculable [I watching tor short: cuts helps too.
new were added* ,he and his wife were visiting their *
the program was The Bibical foun- members value of a personality (mentally) SASCO.
dation for missions. The Clara I Mrs. Clinton Mitchell).{: William the threshold of life. daughter. He was the brother of
Riverside have loan Mrs. B. Sears. His wife was Man- t+o t : DO
Kyser, Mrs Luther Martin, Mrs. I Baptist a
Johnson Circle of the Methodist I Juvenile Courts are superior atuw<
Fisk. fund for students which is servIng'a tha Wetherington the daughter of
church met Monday. Jan 14 with courts involving; measureless val- I ap>drerfOd.
Ethel Lewis. Their subject, tool I The hostesses for the afternoonwere ues and demanding the very best I understand.useful purpose at this time I,I Mrs. T. T. Law.. .

was the Foundation for Missions. of the Youth. Education Committee J of judicial talent. l j I
,And the minister preached Sunday Ben Wilkinson was tapped last
The attendance small because Mrs. Wade Norris Chairman }
was -t
I Mrs. Eddie '4. Finally the Juvenile Court is a I I on "The Life that Lives On." week for membership in the Phi
; McGhin Mrs. Court of equity. S. I I Theta Kappa honorary fraternityover I
Bob Ehlert Mrs. Ed. '
Carole James Jr. Montgomery The chief concern of the court, is I We do many interesting things in North Florida Jr. Collegein Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE

'. to prevent juveniles from doing i when I go to Jacksonville.: Justa Madison. He was also made pre
Tempi and Bob Drescher said!I wrong and to help them find their I i suggestion and a lovely hostess sident and will go to the national PER CYLINDER SYcamore 2-8001

Hats I the weather was fine in Gainesville -' way to happy productive lives. ,puts you (into. action. J convention. CASH ON DELIVERY
Saturday at the game.It I Juvenile courts more than -other I . Besides making record grades in'

Valdosta, Ga. poured rain in Jacksonville'.l j I courts need the understanding, Mrs. Jim Jeffords (Gussy Frinkto college he has worked hours a I' ACROSS STREET FROM FIRE STATION
The. "March.of Dimes'folks work-,operation and support of the o-I many Jasper friends) suffers a week at the radio station. Ben is

Eva Lowther Mgr. :., l end on;in the down profession and the citizenry in broken hip at her home '1426 headed for University of Fla. next
.communities they Serve," Madison Ave. Florence S. C. year and plans to study law. Mr. I I HOLLOWAY'SANNOUNCING
Pbooe 2424004Name F'I'I' . I .. .
There-.,i isf'.a sigr(on and Mrs. Wilkinson: and Ben's
1 Brand SatoSpecializing way Yield Mr. and Mrs. Drew Vickers' of John AHeen Cribbs Jr has accept many friends ,are justifyable proud"

\ in means giving the-other driver,pre J Moultrie and Mr. and Mrs. ,Wm. ed a teaching position at Brevard of his record and his ambitions.
Custom ,Made r Retrimlng- .ference. .Vickers of Pinellas Park were here College of Engineering at Melbourne -1|: Talking to Mrs. Wilkinson, she
11D The telephone line got mixed upwith I last week to see their sister Mrs. Fla. This is in addition to l insists that the teachers in the .2.5 B

I ,someone one-,day who demand: ''Graham Black who had been ill but I his Air Force duties at Patrick: Air Jasper school had much to do in L..J .....OLLOWAvI

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1 I ,{' j -; iII.: I Three- -- -Events-.r- -".. .' .i and music lovers will'o enjoy-hear 1I 1-DISTRICT- SUNDAY, '.,-- <;. *> )|those tbat"are interested 1n,1aug.1

I' You rAnF Tour School3 &. ... I ,- fng.-lerperfonnances-aJ.,1be' Men I: Seedlings j leaf or loMoOy mlgb still.be*_ Lfe
<- 'I I
'" rial's 97-beil ariIeb..t1tstubuJar lar est .j-'J
To Climax : to-get them-by sending theirjonfer:
by M L Powell Schools bell installation in the I Nearly Golie in immedlatel; J. W. pointed Bt,
Principal Jasper ,
I IJ i iIt Foster Week world. 'The,District.Sunday School meeting '' i J.
-... :. Miss Albright.will perform the of the Baptist Churches of I just as a :reminder to many

will be our'..purpose.this: week ]tome should,seep. !impress upon console every day at noon Jan 17; Hamilton County will meet "withthe Says. Forester; J rJandN-nerSJ.' Hamilton County,.
tQjdifajss the role and the reepon- _its'children the .necessity of looking Three muiscal will events wind of interest the. 18. 19 and 20, at 3 p.m. on Jan. 17 Divonia Church Tuesday night \ '. i _-: .' r;: ; ., to ,be'l sure and I get their orders In
sibiEfy'of ffi1-clifu-cl ,towards the upon the church sacred institution to the public up annual Jan. 22 at 730 Rev. AfcconSng to local*
as a ,observance of Florida's' Stephen and 18 and at 2. p.m. on p\.m. Woodardof : J/W.TKefiy: ; early next year, we began taking
desirable development of the youth ,. worthy'of all the :"reverence Jan. 20 Mss Bohki SundaY'I Friendship Church will be the head of th- Florida'Forest SerivceJunit seedling orders around October 1st

of our community l&eiviously Have tp; and: --espec :due; jt Nothing should Foster Memorial Week here at the this Stephen week- addtion the bells win' be heardin guest speaker. Please come and be :; all slash pine seedlings: grown. each year the order b1anks 'can
dted That the Jhomev the man the solemnity -the beauty, ortHe I end according to Thelma A. Sol recorded concerts several times I with us. atjthe State nurseries have been be obtained-from the FFS ASC cr.
churcn, ancfthe school tiretefrieracting the.worS1 "-'
were purpose of p hour of I Mrs. Clyde LashleySec.
tin, special evnts director at the daily. sold out this year, however to county agent's offices.
institutions largely con church. .
any I .
I state music shrine on the Suwannee The annual Junior\ Jeanie" vocal -'.
oemed with the development of -- --- --
Without being: burdensome or of- River. auditions for girls from 10 to 16 I
better individuals and a better soc fensive the church itself should old in the Suwanne M. U. TO MEETThe
iety. It is mandatory: that the'home teach its youth this lesson. It is the ""Beginning January 16, -_ the years 'W. For the biggest value of file
River Valley area will be held at t
have the proper understanding Memorial offering a series of recitals year you can't beat our repair
t of church teach
perogative 'any 12 Saturday, Jan. 19 with Miss Quarterly meeting of the
and ior''the chcrch and the by the noted cariHonneur p.m. I service. A electrica
respect .complete
its youth the ferments of its own Boltin in Charge. Associational W. M.: U. will meet
are'of of Chicago," Miss KEEP ME ALWAYS service
school if these institutions June Albright contracting and repair
faith. This is with Mt. Olive
an area belonging ex- Baptist Church onJanuar.V'25
best service to our youth in particular Boltin said. "Miss Albright has ,Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. the OH YOUR MIND as near as your telephone -
clusively to the home and the at 10:00 o'clock.
and society" in general. earned a singular reputation in the Colin Kelley Choralers, the North WNN YOD'RI Call now. '
church and one which the school I The theme for the quarter is
The.great 'purpose of the church cannot invade or influence.The j;i music world as a car nonncur, a Florida Junior College mixed chorus i"Sharing Christ with the Whole fECALW INCLINE .
concein the
., will present a
social institution unique for a woman. She 4
I as church can also serve its( of the Carrillon Tower. Wide World, Miss Josephine Jones '
I is to I I is known for her splendid auditorium I *
serve i I [ widely I Ii ,
u z youth by implementing: and complimenting chimes Dr. 'Robert Kennedy is director of i executive: Sec .of the State W. M f14' If a
of carillons and as
tin the capacity as mastery
'. .. the importance of the the chorus, and Dr.-Marshall ;U. will be present and wiD speak on ,
:" > providing for or I I I a teacher and as an authority on USEDT-V
home and the school. Certainly the I. '"World Missions *
;-: the | these instruments and their music. II ton is presfdenl of the Ham-I} Begins with me. ;
pointing way
}- [1 i church has, much'I'to about the
say xated.at Ml"Foster S*
,, through whi sacredness marriage and of I' She has perfomed in recitals thrujscut 1 ONLY $50 Vl
'.--*<-I the spiritual h'l I the United States and abroad, i i Week : observed annually '
home life. Quite often the fathers' State Supreme Court Justice Camp M
of and individual I' during; thperiod beginning USED Y
| and mothers homes in danger of ( bell Thornal
accepted the
may,be met.:The: Jan. 13, the anniversary of the j .
I home may riot be breaking up seek guidance .and:I(and the school had failed. It would I death of Stephen Foster in 1864. ,from Paul W. Brauer. Jr. Jackson-{ i "- '
I counsel of their ministers-"in the I who RefrigeratorONLY
vile acted in behalf of the)
1 capable or prepared well behoove the church to boost During, his short 37 year life, Foster -
to meet solution of their problem. Quite;the cause of education and the wrote more than 200.melodies, American. Merchant ,Marine Institute | .
this: need. By virtue of legal ,often teen agers beset by various also'school publicly and privately. We including "Suwannee JUve -" ,l1NIFlorida's and foe American Institute oft| $75 ;
and sundry home: problems
limitation under our time honored ;, are quite sure that the home, the state song. I Marine Underwriters, sponsors of j
seek the advice of their minister in" the national ,
Uiberty Memorial :
system of separation of church and church, and the school realize their The St. Petersburg Male Chorus, ; Ship -I WATCH FOR WILLIE SEE THEM
the solution ot'their problem. For Program.
state the public schools cannot individual and collective responsibility directed by John Reynolds, in-I BEFORE YOU BUY!'
such as these ministers IN THE ADS RUN BY
reasons The legend under the
meet this need ,in the fullest con-( to our youth and that they augurated the 1963 Foster Week nameplate
cept of the idea. Only the church .should be well trained guidance:I II do in a large measure seek to meet program with concerts Jan. 12 and 1 1t is simple and brief. It says "World!i nPEj
under the direction and leadershipof and counseling services in order to i I these responsibilities. We are not t 13. Also on Jan. 13, which is I I War n Liberty Ships proudly bore I
a consecrated, dedicated and I not only ,be able to meet the spirit- seeking to be critical in any senseof National Stephen Foster Day, the.,the names of famous American to 1

well trained minister can meet ual needs of. their people. but.that i the word. Rather we are tryingto Memorial received the nameplate I.I every corner of the seven :seas.: : tO.

this need in the best possible way. Jthe' ymight help meet their actual i iI show the necessity for sibnultan- I from the S. S. Stephen C. Foster, This nameplate from the S. S. Ste.

The program of the church shouldbe and realistic needs as well. The.. eous and concerted effort on the :a World War H Liberty Ship, and :J phen C. Foster was presented to .ELECTRICAL *PLUMBING SUPPLIES f
so designed as to be appealingin I Church should take every opportun: part of each of these institutions if I this plaque is now mounted for the Stephen Foster Memorial
its bid for a large 'share of the !ty that presents its 1f to bolster and we are to serve and save the youth !permanent exhibit in the Carrillon:White Springs, Florida on Jan. 13,
leisure of-its young, people that it 'strengthen the home in the eyes of today commensurate to their Tower. 1953 honoring the beloved com -

seeks to serve.. Leisure time can''I and minds of the child as well as needs and rights. Representing the State of Florida poser..

often be dangerous time for young the adult. Parents should be ex- I -- -- --- -
people. If the church is able to horted to so five as to meet their
meet Same of the recreational responsibilities to the children and
needs of its youth and thus pull children shoufd be taught by the STARTING TO DAY HI I.n i

them into and under the influence church to have a proper respectfor ,

of the cfiurch it will find itself. in their parentsThe J .;t

a better position to serve,the deeper church can also serve the :- .....;
and 'more significant spiritual child by selling the cause.of,education .. 'V'"
needs of the individual. Every and the schooL If a church .
church has a great responsibility in should have in its midst teen agers

providing religious training for its who were thinking about dropping :
people. A systematic study of the out of the school, ,someone in the FORD DEALER ANNUAL Tr
Bible should be consistently carried' church or the minister might do

on The heroes of the faith should these youngsters an invaluable service SNAP ,
be exalted Christian virtures ex- by wisely and adroitly advis-
tolled, and evil doing discuoraged ing ,these young people against
The church is sometime thoughtof I dropping out of school- Many timesa :. UP pI

as being more sacred: in.nature minister might be able to get a '

than other,institution.! "Surely the receptive. car where:both the home A ,






..- balances with other banks, and cash items

in process of collection ................:..........1016359.37 '

United States Government obligations> direct ;- Irs THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN JUST LIKE LAST YEAR, IT'S COLD' COLD COLD. .

and guaranteed .................................. 507,106.25

Obligations Loans of States and political subdivisions ...... 540,325.15 ft UP NORTH AND ,EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF BRAND-NEW FORDS ARE COMING DOWN SOUTH
and discounts (including $25.53 overdrafts) .... 1,495,689.76Bank

fixtures premises 20000.00 owned 10000.00.........,..furniture..........and........... "30,000.00 1'- ALL PRICED TO MOVE APPETIZING SAVINGS FOR YOU IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES.

Real estate owned other than bank premises ... .... 1.00
Other assets .........................1................ 10,000.00 JI'EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE HURRY IN NOW AND GET YOUR TEETH INTO A BARGAIN !


:s TOTAL ASSETS .............................;.:,.....$3.599.481.53 .tL .
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} LIABILITIES Swap for a Falcon l and
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: Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and save! Choose from '15

;:* corporations.....................................1440248.47 fun-loving "63-Falcon ,

Time and savings deposits of individuals partner- ",. ..
convertibles i3 f< Yd GG'-01. W..14V.'MMYeId'+AN. Hy' i.MY loin. HG.l.'v.u
; ships, and corporations .......................... 1,107,812.65 wagons fiy. w
:*, Deposits of United States Government (including and sedans, including '

postal savings) ....................,...........-.. 1.591.16 America's lowest- ,

t| Deposits of States and political subdivisions ......... 531,47110 priced passenger ___________

,' Certified and officers' checks, etc. .................. 27,186.25 sedan. -' __

:. TOTAL DEPOSITS ..................3108309.63 .
; (a) Total demand deposits ....N...... 1.777,49&38 Based on a comparion of .
"manufacturer retail
(b) Total time and savings'deposits '1,3301f65t, '.!' I Ii' for can comparably suggested 'I r.:

s t, Other liabilities .................'..'.,.*_.?.t.....'..:...*.... .;-,&L,538.50- I IC S ',- j, tWPrictS; ed. "I- 11 t
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TOTAL LIABILITIES .................................x3,114,848.13L
t \ :' -' > : -tTrade'now' fora hand- -
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I CAPITAL ACCOUNTSs' men ew'middleso '
s' Capital: Common stock, total par value 100000.00 ..$ 100,000.00 weight Fairlanel Big- '

I Surplus ............................................... 350000.00 l ; cart.dvantages! at
Undivided profits .................................... 25000.00 e ':. compactcost. NinemodelsInciudinp ...... ,'.,'ii.

Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 9633.40 __ __, f I 1

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TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS:: ..............;....:.. 484,633.40 .J ;:- new middleweight J
wagons and hardtops.


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I MEMORANDA [ |.. -EnjoV j f Ford Galaxies. .rf.: .
1 Assets pledged assigned to liabilities and. ,
or secure ,. new'$10 Million Ride -
for other purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted .
k in a luxurious sedan,
and securities sold with agreement

f' .- to repurchase) ................................... $ 671,800.00I hardtop, wagon, ort
convertible all with -
Charles N..-b:&'! ,(Ca&hier oflhe- ?kbovefiamedbaii4solemnly jbJ.' i" t F;.. b servicesaving'featuresl( -
f affirm that this report of COndition is true and! correct;

i t.to the best of my knowledge and belief.

{ Charles N. Davis

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f da...r of Ja&iary,1963, aed I hereby certify that I am .. .
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_____ __ '-- THE. JASPER_ NEWS __.JASPER. .__FLORlD. 4.----__ _._ .. __.. ._ __,_ J. L .F.rida.._Y:1anuii ,; !I8' 863.

ear e' Optical i*- .- -i Business Students AIRMAN CARTERSELECTED FOR >:.71 t4'; --, Jenl 11 my 1 -Bible"StudNo.'I .v'

@ 8 I'euo SeventKGeorgia : SPECIALIZED COURSE Senior' Chatter The Holy Spirit and His Work. help because He has told us that

RSlItJ Opens Join i F..B. L. The Saviour gave us a precious 1 there would be false prophets, teachers

Office Airman Basic Paul E. Carter Jr. b7;Serious Us promise J"ol'li114 f rf-BTwffl pray the I etc. 1st. Tim. 4:12, 2nd Peter

........ -- Some of the business students ,at Father and He shall give "youanother 2:1-2, also 3rd chapter 3. ,Romans
I North Florida:' Junior College recently Here we are ,almost to the end comforter that He may 8:26 27. God through Ifs.Holy

.(Continued from Page 3) Pearle Optical has Valdosta opened its realized' a need for and expressed of the semester sad sad yes abide with you forever. Spirit reveals to us things the sinful .
seventh center in at 112 '
a desire for business organization. very sad better wake up and get Who is this Holy Spirit Matt 28: world cannot know. 1 Con 2:10.
petted to attend a family loyality North Patterson. The new Pearle : Future Business Lea- to studying for those awful exams. 13-20, The third person of the God God's Holy Spirit gave',Us the-

dinner of the Southside Baptist Optical has become the fastest- ders of America known as FBLA We, seniors were really dressed up head. He is to teach us all things Bible 2nd Peter 7:21. We must

Chuhch: Wednesday night in the growing organization of its kind in or Phi Beta Lambda is the national 1 at school on Wednesday whywe that I (The Saviour) have commanded not grieve the Holy Spirit Eph.,

Scottish Rite Temple. 965 Hubbard Georgia dedicated exclusively to youth organization for high school broke the camera. Seriously we you. He commanded all 4:30 He (The Holy Spirit) will not

street, JacksonvHe. Guest speaker eye care. Pearle Optical offices are and college students enrolled in bad our pictures made. from Gen. lil to Rev. 22:20-John always plead with us. Gen. 6&:
,win be Dr. Paul Stevens, directorof located in Atlanta. Augusta Albany Several people especially the
business subjects. It is sponsoredby 14:21. Let us join David in asking that
radio and television for the Southern dosta.Macon, Rome $Savannah and Val- the United Business Education. boys have pictures for sale It was necessary for Jesus to the Holy Spirit not be takexranvay:

Baptist Convention. Music I Association.With Remember February 14. go away, and He sent the Holy from us Ps. 5LUThe Holy nitgives

will be by the Hi-Choir, directed by Dr. Cars R. Mcdintick, a director the approval of the North We seniors are very excited Spirit,*so,that we might have help us knowledge, never-",, less

John Bowers and Cecil B. Carroll {Of Pearle Optical, said "We Florida Junior College Administration about bur trip to Washington and until He comes again. He knew than we now have.E. 0"

"Win be toastmaster. 1 are deeply grateful to the people of the business students interested New York. We are going; with the that we would need this special C. Willis SY23581.Sportsmen's ..

Brief statements will be made Georgia for the confidence which in this organization, met under Woody Sims tours. --.

by Louis S. Vickers chairman of I they have placed Pearle Optical. the leadership of Bobby ,GodBard We are very proud of all of our I IubTo
the Board of Deacons James Harris I We pledge to _continue the finest in the Accounting Lab at the activity basketball players. Burnham NewsI

) Jack Harrison Lindsey Boyd professional eyecare possible at period on Tuesday,. January I Watch this column for future
and Dr. Malcolm B. Knight, pastor. I reasonable prices-always". 8, 1963 and elected the following I dates of wonderful events. By LOIS ZIPPEREK Meet MondayThe
This! Louis VIckers is the young officers: be "Miss J. H. S.
Who will
I 18, Son of Mr and Mrs. Paul E. i I am only but I am one.I Hamilton
est of the VIckers children: a son Pearle Optical features single Goddard Vice one. County Sportsmen
Bob ; next
President. Will give a good report
:-of :he late Drew L. and Minnie :vision glasses for as little as J1-L50 I Persident Ben WfBdnson; Record Carter.Sr. Statenvflle.. Ga. is beingreassigned !week. We have you to burn the mid- cannot do everything but I can Club will meet JDonday January
Vicl r&. i i complete witha thorough professional Dianne Dorsett; to, Heppard AFB. Tex do something. What I can do, Iought 21 at 7:30 in White Springs at the
examination by an experjj- ing1 Secretary Helen for technical training: as a United ;night oilfor exams studying. to do. And what I ought to American Legion Home.
Mrs. Wilbur Guest of Valdosta (a enced Doctor-of Optometry first-,Agner Corresponding; Treasurer Charles Green. States Air Force communications I do, by God's grace I will chAnon Everyone interested in huntingand

few 'years ago of Jasper) is in t quality 1 lenses ana rrames. Pearle Reporter Scott Wooley. I operations specialist JENNINGSNEWS fishing in Hamilton County is
Emory University hospital Atlanta -I'Optical patients choose from Airman Carter who completedthe invited to attend.
,, for a serious back operation. may fashionable I Students present. desiring to become first phase of his military train S Mr. and Mrs. Winston Williams
i over 500 newest frame members wen* as follows'Wayne !, selected for the have been spending the sever- .
News comes she is doing nicely but : ing here was past GETS FORESTRY DEGREE
wffl be there for at least 3 weeks. styles by noted American designerswith I Adams, Helen Agner Sara specialized course on the basis of by Ray Nell Burnett al weeks in Jacksonville: with their
She was in the operation room many imported designs in Ann Baker Jerry Bayleas Barbara his interests and aptitudes.I I children Cottrell and; Marian Sullivan Ollie J. Farnam son of Rev. and

seven hours but the doctors assures cluded. I Bishop. Donald* DeLoach Di- He is a graduate of Echols County Mr. and Mrs] Albert Sauls and and baby and J. E. and I Mrs. Ollie Farnam of Jasper has
anne Dorsett, Ezra Folsom Bob family of Madison Florida spent .Jimmie Williams and children. Mr just received from the Universityof
them she will be well again.. Pearle Optical specializes in the I High School. I
precision fitting of contact lenses Goddard Robert Graff. Charles Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. D. and Mrs. Winston Williams came Florida a Bachelor of Sciencein
f Green Ramona Jackson JohnLauh Holland. back home last .
NOTE OF THANKSWe Thursday. They Forestry Degree.He
at one price only: 75.00 complete
SENATOR KERRTo .with examination and fitting. These : Bob Maxwell, Charles Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Zollie Sauls and were accompanied home by their and his family now make
Clellarv Unda McNeil. Eleaine wish to express our thanksto family of Jacksonville had dinner daughter Marian Suullivan. Mr. their home in Baldwin Florida
those who want to be among axis the new tiny light contact lenses Starling Don Taylor friends and neighbors who Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Selph Joseph our and Mrs. Williams went back to where he is employed at the Southern -
the great and who wish to join in frequently priced as high as Ronnie Tyre Elizabeth Weeks Ben were so kind during the recent ill- Holland also weekend guests of Jacksonville last Friday for a Wood Preserver Plant.
with the great-this is a true lesson ,. $150 to .$200. "However': Dr. Mc-
Wilkinson and Scotty Wolley. ness and death of our father.J. Mr. and Mrs. Mackey Sauls. longer stay.
Clintick-said-"no matter how much I
: Carl Sauls went down to Jacksonville .
cannot buy finer The officers plan to E. Dickson & Family
The late United States Senator i quality you pay-contact you lenses, than those! a constitution ,and bylaws" and to Mrs. Mattie L. Smith Sunday and spent the night Mr. Buck Smith and daughter
Robert Kerr of Oklahoma was carried with Zollie Sauls and family i
make formal application to the Beverly Ann of Fort Meade and
back to his First Baptist [l from Pearle .OpticaL. state and national chapters for a Thursday; January 10: Mrs. I'some friends visited Mr. Smith'suncle

Church In Oklahoma City for the ;, The public 'is Invited to visit I charter. Yearly dues covering Legal Advs. . Grace Stephens, Mr. Travis Car i and aunt Mr. and Mrs.

last rites. He started life in a i,Pearle Optical's new Valdosta office -, membership in local state ,an national ter Nurse Bess Jones and Mr. I George Young Sr. last Saturday

one room log cabin and at his 1] and inspect the modern opto-i chapters are 500. ts hereby OTIOE given that the< Jones attended a meeting in Jacksonvffle afternoon 1
Notice y '
death his wealth was between 35 ;metric: equipient.Every adult will FBLA operates as a part of the Board of County Commissioners .of held by the State Adult: Education 1;'Z .

and 50 million dollars. He was I receive a:"free gift to celebrate the. school program under the"guidance !sealed Hamilton bids County for the construction Florida request of a Department. The purpose Robert Keeling spent the week Let

known as a prominent Southern ;Pearle Optical Grand Opening. of business teachers, schOOl"admiiv- ,negro county agent's office said bid: I of the meeting was to promote the< end in Jacksonville with his bro- MOORE REGISTERS
I to be filed in the office of the Clerkof educational T. V. to be- FORMS
Baptist us.yJud.1He gave 30 per- istrators businessmen and busi the Circuit Court on or before i program ether and family Tommy and Doro- REGISTER
cent of his considerable income to I t + nesswomen. It is democraticallyganized or Feb. 6th at 10:00 aon. said bids win gin Feb. 25 known as "Operation thy Keeling and baby. Robert also AND ACCESSORIES
the church activities plus heavy I smoker had untold influence as .and designed for'".ail business be SPECIFICATIONS opened at 10:00:a.m. Feb. 5th 1963: Alphabet". If there is any adult in spent some time with his uncle

endowments to educational institu-([one known to be the man in Washington I students and is devoted to providing Negro County Agent's Office the county who cannot read who and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zip.

tions of all denominations. He was D.C.: with the most power i young adults with education concrete Type construction floor Frame with would like to learn how he or she perer Jr. Robert was accompaniedto

carried to the church where he influence and pet+raps'most highly vocational, and leadership: experi- Exterior wall 3/8" Ext. plywood should contact Mrs. Grace Stephens Jacksonville by his brother-in-

taught a Sunday School class and respected and was said to have the ences. It encourages improvement: with Interior pressure Walls treated- Prefinished strips luan who wifl have charge of the law Don DeLoach. .. Y
the great in fact the greatest to greatest wealth. Kerr often came in scholarship promotes school] Mahogany plywood program in the county. Anyone .

the most humble were there and in with his quart of buttermilk be loyalty and strengthens the confidence Ceiling Ceiling 2x4-24AC Tile 12" X 12' who would like to volunteer for Mr. R. J. Murphy has been on .
Wall framing
mourned his passing as one in((the affair ever so large. This is I of young adults in. themselves Roof Framing x6-24"OC "a teacher may contact her and the sick list for the past several .4Ntroaauura

Quist. He served through World ,not a. milk ,ad--it's straight from and their work. Roof Finished Sheathing Roof -5/8"210 Ibs.plywood Thickbutt i offer your service. Anyone, who '''days. We hope he will soon be

War I. Kerr a teetotaler and non- the national capitol with 30 lb. asphajt felt can read is eligible.Mr. .well and out again. -
-- ----- --- -- ------ ----- -- Windows Aluminum awning Glenn Nunn is in the Valdosta Mr., and Mrs. Glennwood Bennett
Dimension Outside 16' x 20
t A set of plans' are 'on file in the :[ Hospital where he underwent -I and children of Jasper and I Ic.
clerks office for examination.The an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Delma Beck and ....._..slid.......... t-......... 1
Board of County Commis-I
tioners reserves 'the right to reject Mrs. Ruth Royal is recovering children of Perry were home visit- &'RD ,. ,
I ......._.-.d.frMhi" .M 'r.M. :
: -:! any,or all bids'., in the Valdosta hospital from an ing their parents. Mr. and Mrs. ucanirrP.r.a

.- -.... : :y'g'- r Board Hamilton CountyCommtsaionen County, Florida: emergency operation.Mr. Roscoe Bennettt over the weekend. ......----
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v' r -r: ," .. Jan. 18,'25, Fete t, 1963 .._IedoeoI.IUCtU dt......- .
> ton From Valdosta visited Mrs. To know what is right and not to tart _Hla rM IJUI 1.1M w1.1.

-.: IJ. A. Stephns Saturday.I do it is the worst kind of cowardice

was sorry to hear Mrs. Stephens ConfuciusDot THE JASPER NEWS

HEAT PUMP CEILING CABLE I was sick with a cold. She
Pump heat in' during cool Leutner and children and
wins art now recovering.We .
.months.out dunrtf the Heating lIs Garrard and. Maxine Sullivan and
: m the ceding and each room can
warm months. K*. a have our German books now
,. '" have its own thermostatYou children of Macon Georgia spent
comfortable temperature r J
save money by putting the ![and are enjoying them.
all year automatically. sse heat where you want it. i j Miss Jeanette McDonald wasI Saturday night and Sunday with
their Mr. and Mrs. Joe
I[home over the weekend. Sullivan :Mrs. Sullivan went home :
She was visiting her parent Mrs.Myrtle i
| :1:1I
:-' !i McDonald with them Sunday afternoon for
By C. p. Barker several. days visit.
i i The Permium Station is under .e

Down thru the ages writers : new management. Mr. Casen
I Ruth and Maurice Lindauer and
and occasion Adams is the
philosophers on manager.
children of Valdosta had dinner
very ordinary :'folk! have contri- I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter were
Sunday with Ruth's parents Mr.
; buted t oa rich legacy of wisdom I visiting Mrs. Irene Culbreth over
i and Mrsv Isaac Shiver.
which is timeless. These I the weekend. I
proverbs sayings philosophical I
sI Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith visited -
bits-call them what you may I Local and
Mr. Smith's sister farni'lyjMr.
-probe, not always gently be- Jasper P. T. A. Community Calen Sr.
r- and Mrs. George Young ,
s neath the sometimes tough hide
: Sunday afternoon. Also visting Mr.
of life for a better insight into I I
.' ::: ;- i Please support your local P. T. and Mrs. Young; Sunday afternoon
.... the working of Earth's number Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver
i" and
: \ ;: iS. purchase one community BEAT the HEAT
one people.
commodity -
I'R.: : ICalendar for 73c. By the way the :and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tyre.

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in? TOSS INII m& all nra
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Heating panel are located behind closer look at the messages ,!minder about your friends around new Club has been formed in
.decorativ gntts. They are the likes of
handed down
mdwiduany thermostatically! controlledand ;,' ,,' by you.See the Jasper High School this year. AIR CONDITIONING
may be installed with smaB fans. .' '" ."' Plato Cervantes and Irving.As the following places for purchase It is associated with the National
I the weeks roll by we planto of one, J. L. Collurra at Fla Science dub. 'Why Buffet this fuxnmer? Be coo*
Power' 'Ofice Farmers forttWy cool,day cod rd bt,in
look more closely] and to In- Corp. or We are' striving to improve the svgroomofyourbows.Aflyonneedli
terpret as best we can some of Center These will also be on field of science in our small high a
the wise counsel which is ours :ale at our next P. T. A. meeting schooL The Science dub has sponsored sing! Ameiican-Sttnd fir COD S-
Jan. 24 Cloning unit connected to your' pray
Thursday at Eelementary
for taking.It .
: a national talent search for
ilex SchooL eat betting gyjtem.Fully ftstomstfct!

might be rather wise counsel i -. -- scientist Scholarship to give our Cools fitters and dnadate

BASEBOARD by the way; to suggest that seniors this year and will continueto the air removes exceulrc
offer this scholarship to future humidity.Bully quickly: fank4.
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UNITS you acquaint yourself :
Heat.registers are .simple, easy ''self-service. laundry seniors. TOP COMFOXTaaddepaxltbbpofotmance
tucked ; I On January 24, the Science dub
a.1111'1 your ]
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baseboards. Cacti room and dry at :JAS- l : : will present an exhibit in the band American-Standard.

has itt and own the heat location control.of :s.:3 PER LAUNDR.& CLEANERSNo 'room at the elementary school This
bOW.big the load SAVE oo house g** .'* and dodos
units efcmmatcs cold event will be after the P. T. "f .
.. ,spots End drafts. laundry and cleaning] is child's: aM IR.da PUWEK meeting.Let A.I bfflj with clean, healthful Americaa-
.. ." ,.' Laundry & $ pet Standard CondUooittf I Fled oat
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: 18, 1963 ..; ; I J&H E JASPER NEWS.: ,J.A.SP, : E R. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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"The Lords Resurrection i and' > -' SuwaniieetiverAuthority.- .=.r= -*-.T;:-. mer newspaperman who greW up I than if each'trousnty'*was*uhtitking .

I : ; = i in Lake City; and Live Oak;.The 'separatery.- '; *,*,tO f *'Si*. *. "
'' ", ( headquarters We wilt,see evidence of this infuture 4f
Authority established its
Executive -
The Lords Hires Secretary
t Day" ,. ,; : *
'" .? .,,: .:i in Live Oak; J ., ; *' weeks*.ft=n"en we-recount*; :'the r.9lLtffRl
There is a group of religious Jonah. was fuifille&r-Thus''Christ: Although the Suwannee River da would match the fund's contributed "I.I Authority; nilien have'ie> ridthat I past accomplishments of. the Si* ,

teachers; in the land today,who are has been declared the woof ,God. Authority is more than five years to the Authority by t1i by having a, group: .of 12 coun- wannee River*Authority! ". L, niCIlIC GLASS BOTTOM ,"

claiming that Christ was resurrected Romans 1:4. old, most residents of'the 12 counties counties. :-es: pulling together they cancan ( 100tS ,
on the Sabbath day after spend ''Let us now consider, whether or which comprise the Authority The original, name.of the organization -_ complish much more in=stealing STAPLER" and rt.l'SaQTHE

ing exactly 72 hours in the tomb. not Christ rose on the Sabbath. group are not very familiar with I[ was the Suwannee River with state and federal agencies JASPER, .NEWS

Although it would seem to us that Christ stated that he would be killed its operation. ![Water Conservation and Control .

this doctrine would find tew believers and rise again the third day. For the historic background, the 'Authority and was' :changed to its 0OO000'0*&*& 00*

such is not the case. By He would be raised "the third day" Authority was legally authorized I present shortened, form In 1959.

means of a nation wide radio program from the time he was killed. Turn- by the 1957 state legislature. I Much'of the confusion concerning

r this false doctrine, along with ing to Luke 24:1 we see that cer- Under that act it included five the Suwannee Rrvec. Authoritycomes
l many others, has been, gaining tain ones came to the tomb "upon counties Columbia, Hamilton I about because there is alsoa
ground Let us1 study together and the first day of the week. Then Madison, Lafayette and Suwan-: Suwannee County Development > To My, Patients and Friends:

see if there be any truth in it. verse 13 says, "that same day" nee. In 1959, Levy and Gilchirst 1 Authority. This latter group works

First, let us determine just how two of them went to Emmaus. That were added. Then four more counties ,towards industrial development of '
I have 0
long Christ was in the grave. It was still the first day of the week. joined, the group in 1961 Suwannee County and has: TJO connection an opportunity to open. -an office in Satellite Beach,

is argued that since Christ said While these two disciples were 'on Alachua, Union, Baker and Brad-i I with the ,Suwannee River Eau a! .
Gallie Florida which I feel l that cannotfafford refuse.
i ,. .1 to
in Matt 12:40 that he would be in them. Authority. .
their way Christ appeared to ford.Present "' ,1o--f'f* '- >,' 2 y* .f r*

the heart of the earth ,"three days I.They'did not recognize him and be- members o fthe Authority The Suwannee" ,River'Authority; I shall practice here in Jasper Until February 28th. After .
and three nights," He must have gan discussing the death of Jesus, are John C. Camp of Jasper, I does not conbem itself,;with indus '

C, remained in the grave exactly; 72 'verses 14-20. Then they said "But which has been chairman since the I trial developmentsiAcf ach county ' that date another competent physician[ will be associated with .,1,1z
hours or the sign of Jonah was we trusted that it had been He organization meeting: : July 1,1957, has its own industrial 'development .. very ( ..
not fulfilled. We see however, that which should have.redeemed Isreal Mahlon MCKinney of Cross City organization. The Suwannee Dr. F. T. Mic er, Jr., and the community will continue to receive .
there are three expressions used and beside all this, TODAY IS: Woodrow Dees of Live Oak, Her River works tOWard"conserva
interchangeably in reference to,THE THIRD DAY since these bert E. Brown of Trenton. R. J. tion and development of the Suwari- full medical at all times. They will retain all of
Christ resurrection. They are: were done." verse '2L Thus "the :MJller of, Gainesville, Gleen F. neee River cotmtz'.'''tills includes 'I\. : coverage my records

"three days and three nights", first day of the week" that the Williamson of Macclenny. H. A. promoting and publizing the 'Su' ,. and will render the Same standard 'of practice we have attempted ,.
Matt. 12:40, "after three days"J women went to the tomb was the Bishop, Jr. of Starke, Walter Hack- wannee River country as a recreational : ,

Mark 8:31; and "the third day," third day after the Lords death. ney of Lake City, G. BI| Osteen of playground, with a goal of to in the past. I shall appreciate your cooperation with them
Matt. 16:21. If Christ was resurrected Christ must then have been resur- Mayo, :M. L. Smith of Wiffiston, C. bringing more tourists and per :

after exactly 72 hours in rected on the first day of the week E. Russell of Madison and Glenn manent residents here. after'leave March 1 1st, 1963. I .
i the grave how could he rise on the which was "the third day." If Howard of Lake Butler The Authority had no employees ? .. .,. -,. ,,'
third day' ,After 72 hours 'had Christ had been resurrected on the -Each county is permitted but I for the first five years. Members
passed he would come forth on the Sabbath day, he'would have come not required -. to contribute a; devoted much time to the Authoritywork Your friendship and courtesies to Dr. ;Mickler, to. myself, and

forth day. Yet. Matt. 16:21 says he forth on the second day and not small,amount of money annually: and do not draw travel expenses .,
would rise on 'the third day". the third day is He promised. depending on the amount of that and per diem pay as authorized my family"; will always- be remembered. '.'

1 The reason we have the different Understanding that' the resur- :county fronting on .the SUwamee in the enabling legislation. ..4, r.' '
w expressions is because according to I''I rection took place on the first day and its tributaries. It is noted that They' pay their own expenses whileon WilliAM P. BLACKMON, Nt D.

Jewish usage any part of a day of the week we can easily understand the last four counties to join are Authority work.
was counted a whole day. Any the expression "the Lords part of the Santa Fe River basin. It wasn't until last October when
part of three days could be called day." in Rev. 1:10. The word The last session; legislature al- the Authority hired an execuivei
"three -days" and three nights." "Lords"' in this passage is used so provided that the state of Flori secretary Harry Robarts, a forJ J
times in' the New Testa- -- -- -- -- -
or either of the synonymous terms, only two
"after three days" and the third' ment, translated from the same
day"An I' Greek word. It is used to point out

example, of such usage is I something that belongs to Jesus. TO! EVERY NONCOMMUNIST

found 'in Esther 4.13, "Fast ye for Consequently, "the Lord day"points
out a day that had a special
me, neither eat nor drink three
reference to Jesus Christ just as
days night or day. This involves
the expression "Lqpd?, Supper" in .
three days and three nights. Yet VERYWHERE MEN ARE HUNGRY FOR LIVING BI 'A11.'lIleYarcICQ sroac*
1 Cor. 11:20 refers to a supper that ]
Esther 5:1 reads "Now it come to belongs to Quist. What day then lH that glitter but do not satisfy.They long for the hope of a new world.They are offered,

pass on the third day So the would be the Lords day? Certainlythe JLI, the fear of world destruction or world dictatorship. In their hearts they know that if

days and three nights simply reached day on which he arose from, the : !!tin continue to live like clever greedy beasts sooner or later they will be caged or shot. _, ,
to the third day, That this is
grave the first day of the week Man's attitude must change.The apple in the Garden of Eden was good.Somebody's attifude r ., u +
true ,of the Lords resurrection is < -
shown in Matt 27.63 64. In verse Sunday. to it was wrong.
63 Christ quoting saying "After I Kenneth E. Thomas Science is good.But much of it now seems devoted to the art of destruction. .J ;.

three days I shall rise again." In Evangelist. Oak Grove Education is good. But education nowadays seems to justify moral and spiritual bankruptcy. land

the not verse the chief priests ask Church of Q u ist. to destroy faith.3

that ,the sepulchre be made sure Phone WE82091ENGAGEMENTS Wealth is good:But when it becomes the aim of great societies,the character of people decays. ; y

until the third! day. Had the phase 'More wages, shorter hours,better social and economic conditions! are all good and all neces .,, _

"after'three days" meant exactly I sary. But in the hearts of millions of workers white, black, yellow and brown is a gathering .
72 hours or 'three full days they I t
would ,have said "until the fourth I disillusionment. } .
day". I Freedom is good, and is coming like a flood to Africa.But where jvsterday black men hated :

I white, now black fears black. And tomorrow may see black or red imperialism where white ;< ;
If,Christ bad Intended for us to. Mr. Riley Lashley, of Jasper 'L r
beleive'' that he would remain in!I Florida announces the engagement imperialism,reigned yesterday.
the tomb 72. hours he would have I:of his daughter, Miss Elizabeth Asia hoped to teach the West the art of unity.For years India practiced a policy C*"neutrality."

said that he would come forth ,on Jeanette Lashley ,to Mr. Wayne which was praised to high heaven b; the Red Chinese giantTNow that giant has crossed: the
the "fourth day'.. To prove this I LeRoy Murphy son of Mr. and nation's frontier and swallowed 30,000 square miles of Indian soiL The feet cf Invaders march

we have the example of, Acts 10. Mrs. Floyd Murphy, of Thompson on land that was successfully: defended during 200 yean of British role.
the time the angel appeared to Ohio. I' The Communist say: that the free corld: Is divided within itself. That la tree. But ha the se.... ..n.n..(..*Mi...", -...M..fc..rt.4 hi. H.......Ammleau,..,0 CM*.,
( time Jeanette graduated with the --....... ........ .1K2.
the the from Eastern said
angle appeared to Communist world aa an.*er?:Communist Ambassador Europe recently

Cornelius and the time Peter came class of 1962 of Jasper Florida. There is deep division in the Communist world.Khrushchev "Space Is So Startling" caid"What' these people say h exactly what I would like to do

to preach Christ. Cornelius tellsus She is employed by F. Kenneth has moved beyond Stalin.He does not want to force his ideas, Leaders of Japan planned for the new space-age musical for the world Sncfafom! and Coronnnhra are not the final

that the day Peter arrived was Tuten Tax Assessor of Hamilton on humanity by pointing a bayonet at their bellies.But MaGI Space li So Startling, to travel the land.A special train was thlag.Thfinal dug h what I bare seed here.
the "fourth day" since the angel qty Tsc-rung believes war not only i:- table, but necessary, in
contributed free the National Railways for this journey.The .
I I I by
Wayne is employed by Mr. Lee Britain-"Next step for our people"
appeared. Acts 10:30. From this order to carry mankind into fV>Communism.has told us we
it should be evident that Quist was Pryor of Live Oak. Florida where I! must risk 300,000,000 lives to do it." play drew Osaka crowds and Yokohama.to the theaters MQEoos in Tokyo Tb Bdada on December: 19 came the new musical,Space
he province ( across Japan saw It So direct from its It wul bo
not in the grave 72 hours. Yet was resides Khrushchev thinks the most dangerous anti-revolutionaries StartBngt Japanese journey.
minion writing
It on television.A/D / cIJ,with its four ,
resurrected after "three days" and The wedding date will be announced -'I are the Chinese.Mao Tse-tung thinks the most dangerous anti- 'under the headline "Setting Theatrical Precedent" shown for stc weeks at fin Westminster Theatre.During ho
three nights" and the sign of later. revolutionaries are the Russians. And this peril is projected last year 160,000 peopla hare paid to see plays which are
__ described the staging,music and choreography u unique and
t I doing far Britain fha job which this musical play has been
I into where Albania and Yugoslavia growl and bare
Europe aid."The play shows the road that humanity should choose." in

I CLASSIFIED ADS I their teeth as they follow their separate paths. The leaden of the Zengakorcn students,men who thought doing Miss Nora Japan.Swinburne takes the leading rob ia Music atUldnltht

Ordinary men look on the policies, or lack of policies Khrushchev and Stalin as reactionary u the leaders of the & ,which bad its 219th performance in Britain and Is
.hick bought the world to the brink of war over Cuba as
the theater la Hokkaido. out
West.came picket They were
WANTED White Southern nonalcoholic HOUSE FOR SALR. In Jasper, in insanity, 1 would cry"Halt but do not see the way. to cause riot.But they were stunned to silence by the passion shortly united States.Miss to te.tamcbed' as a ptay-and later fHmed-ia the
middle aged couple, good location near hospital suit- The answer lies in the character of men. revolution
I of the MRA forte for a sodsl: ccoaomic: and global
woman to cook for family, man to able for two apartments. $7,000. It remains true that unless we deal with human nature draa- far swifter and more penetrating than their! own.They called Swinburne JI'S.Pcopc from aS over Britain write
tend yard. Furnished house, lights Call W. L. Bryan. SY2-2985. or Ucally and thoroughly on a colossal scale,man will follow his_ off the riot and saw the play Instead.They fiQed the theater to tree and say how much the play kas meant to them and what
meals, plus $350 monthly salary. Robert Ehlert a cHCereace Us spirit Is making Ia the country.It is play foe
SY2-6331 Real free
Reg. historic path to violence and destruction. Capitalism with their friends.They were still talking with members of the
References requested, and picture. Estate Brokers. Other propertyalso enterprise an;: democratic socialism have failed to cure the cast two Loan after the final curtain Ia the dormitories where C"I"1ct1tmlr1.-
Mrs. Russell Daniel, P.O. Box A- available. tfc selfishness that permits too few to have too much, while too Marxism and rioting were discussed until 4 a.m. they now The Vice-Chairmtn: of 10,000 miners In a North-Eastera
Oakland Park Florida. coalfield of England said after seeing this play, "I am
954. Itp failed
many have too little. The Communist states to discuss Moral Re-Annameat.These students organized show
absolutely prepared to put the same effort into the fight for
FARM WANTED Have customer SEPTIO TANK and DAINLINES answer, uu hate and bitterness that drive men into danger. fags 01 Ae MRA films Ia their nnivemry. With the money the Moral Re-AraataeEt of my country that I put into the
with $10,000 cash, wants cleaned. $25.00 J. W. Darby, Jasper II:.-3: Russia or hating America or hating another class made hty travelled 712 allies by train to Odawara for Communist Party for twenty-six yean. None of the major
SY 2-5041. J25p color;race or country multiplies the problem and cures training in MRA.
farm land in Hamilton County.
political parties has what ceeds.The workers
our country are
not!! .The free world as well as the Communist world needs
Call WL.. Bryan SY2-2985 or The world songs for unity.In Japan Socialists and Government disillusioned their leadership. What I have seen here
SEVERAL USED REFR1GERA. help, hate. trade unionists and fndmfrlalrttt the youth
Robert Ehlert! SY2-6331 Registered supporters, ,
convinced me: that this is the next step for our people
Real Estate Brokers. tfc ;I TORS-Best of condition. Priced II Sc ting in the streets, protesting about the atom bomb in universities and armed forces are accepting the disciplineof The American premiere is January 10th ia Los Angela'Bitmore
to sell. Mannings Radio Service and running to a safer place when danger threatens docs: not' unity necessary to enlist both the Communist and nonCommunist -'
Theatre, followed by a national tour that includes
BEPAHtS-We repair all types Jasper. Phone SY 2441 tfc.i seem an Intelligent reply to the challenge of the century. worlds in the greatest revdotica of aQ tiae
La Jona,Palm Springs,Santa Barbara,San Francisco,through:
TV and radios, also small ap Those who would be willing to die for their country in war
the Southwest and the nation.
NEEDED across
Radio Service. but meanwhile insist on living comfortably, selfishly, undisturbed India"Every division can be solved"From
pliances. Mannings
VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin MRA gives the worker, the housewife the the
tfc. do not answer the challenge of world rcvolutioov the Odawara Assembly,seven members of the Parliament -
Jasper. SY 2-4421. Lire Oak, Florida for all your businessman and the ordinary man everywhere the chance to
Men who at international conferences talk about unity, of the South Indian State of Km! returned to a countryat
':!musical needs from organs and make modern history.Its aim is a world where all haflfry are
YOU and of the
t FARMS WANTED IF when at home family life,politics and industry are divided by war waling to reaIity.They were some men
':pianos to record and record play- fed,all homeless housed, and where color class
would like to sell your farm ambition, fear, jealousy and greed, do not convince or who wrested the State from Communist control three yean every race
see us. We have calls for farms I is tieS change anybody. ago.at a time when many In New Delhi were out of touch with and background has a proper chance to work together la

every week. _W. L. Bryan, Reg1. Some criticize the-"& 1mnm of Communism.they reality.These seven men.representatives of bitterly opposed rebuSding the world.Tbewtxldwilrot.
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY 'i democratic factious, -Ami-CommUDlsm 1ZDW a stay the same.It will either be destroyed
now say
i I make excuses for promiscuity,homosexuality and indulgence:
2.2985 or SY 2-63S1 I,\ Jasper. $6.000. See Horace Lewis. ia high placcs.: .Th incrtasrt tfcnrity ritks.It also confirms: the) jto throw out the Commonistx,but within two months cC victory or dWl:=Many sincere Communists think force is the only
Jasper. D14tfcI cynicism of those who look from outside JdC.ttcd.Q:6.: we were fighting each other again. Ac&Couianalsn if DO oeaos change the system.Non-Communists,wiBing to cnvats
t I bsais for unitli We Deeded a superior ideciogy,u4 a tcvctatioa swifter and deeper than a revolution of force
Georgia Plate Glass Co. II FISH MARKET FOR SALE Ia Jar fearing Christian societies that have become corrupted.Mea permanent
because It changes men,will offer a greater revolution to
.Store Fronts I I I per. Going business, ready to deny the power of God to cure the disease because they are b tWa.fOUDdkMRA.-
I CB&st. the sincere Communists and
bring hope to humaniry.
.Mirrors Beailvered ,take over. Call W. L. Bryan SY2- love with the disease i itself. 'Dele men of Kerala aawArchbid>opM kafiniPiriMnitof

.Tab Enclosures, Showers 2985 or Robert Ehlert. SY2-6331. Am answer is at lan=e fa tie modern wore Cyprus,who was OB a state visit to India.. K.M Cacdaa'

215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285 Registered Real Estate Brokers. It is moving massively throughout the world!and changing Oaef Eater of the krfest Kerala newspaper,told him."Wa rot m AMAZIMC noir ton?.THIS rAct trio
VALDOSTA I v I the outlook of continents. fcrifig JOB mosafB of hope-that th cut. h MR*,wiexy dallies -.
I I I Don't Fret-Can Sweat! aad problem can. be ached Tail hat tees asptlaero
FARM FOR SALE-145 acres for, Sweat's Radiator Service Japan-"New men,new nations new worW fa "" 'T MatMb nspied.I...." awncI-

$37,000, reasonable down payment. ': 35 Years In Radiator Business In Prime Minister Ikeda of Japan in October opeaed a eel ale the action tad purpose Moral Re-AisuaBeat wttca k at

3 acres tobacco, 75 acres cleared :1 Valdosta Radiators Cleaned.Recored ., Moral Re-Armament center: at Odawara.He told the conference :: wok ia oar ccee&y also.. You hare oar blearing.Yours ilaIWit
20 acres planted pines, good mod Repaired and Just 1tnIIIIc. tr
there that his objective as Prime Minister is to doallo also
ern home. See Robert Eblert ST26331. -!I t Cars, Trucks, Tractors national income.He said"net 1 fee this should to faIy-"A complete Revolution" J t
or W.L. Bryan SY2-2985.) Reg. Work Guaranteed
Real Estate Brokers. tip ,8 Hwy 41. VALDOSTA Cm-6907 new men who are right and true.MRA is working to create In Jay;fee' borne of tie Church and of the largest Cooioaabt -
new men,new nations,and a new world.lapan'.lCZ pc80
I Patty ia Westers: Europe,a Latin American force hcarrjfJBf
HOUSE FOR, SALE in Jasper: 3 GARAGE BUILDING AND large war statesman.Shigeru Yoshida said.1 want to study MRA : MRA&OB" city to ck1.: The force i iactedci cD -.!
bedrooms, near downtown $7500.( ot in Jasper for sale. $7500. Can to that I can make it my own and become a part of it." who were swat Marxists plaguing bloody rrrotction. Bstsn a .rbta
Let us show you this one, only one Robert Ehlert. SY 2-S31 or W. L. To Odawara came&SOO people from 42 nations.One of Also.eaeals.foamftfrfttt and workers' Iea m.Ttoaandsaa : ..* rio .
of several listed with Robert Ehlert (Bryan SY 2-2965. Reg. Real Estate them was Coked Em Chocs Pit second man ia Korea a ffiassfej to thek support mtowa and YSIagMwbercpowhave ohs'. a IGIIguag.s

i SY2-6331, or with W. L Bryan SY2-I Brokers.3OOD country t: 60-year-ddWred cC Japan.yomLoiSAZwian. acy u4 WIIeaess ruled to bear them and see heir
2985. Registered Real Estate Brokers Tokyo daily, said, "Japanese.Kaeaa negotiations are at aDimpusc. plays c.l r. .Peter Howard tells the story with humor
Uc.1t USEB TV-Installed' for .Thismcdin&bctwecalkeda and Jam wall be a cEaax andiadgbtHfis aim is to make FraaJc
1 la Ksffat,wbere some cC&e audiences were 80 per centCnaimniiiK.aCosifMBiitProlmcgofPhaosopfayuid ', -.Buchmaa's' v uablo to,
i $100 and np. Mannings Hadio : to lead these negotiations to a conclusion."Colonel! Kiss said secrtt s cvpfyoae
USED ELECTRIC RANCES FOR .... .40 that the statesmen and ordinary sea
SI. Coed coBoatUtt. 840. gad I(Service. SY 5-441. Jasper tfe at Odawara"You have demonstrated the possibiErj of catt IfilA take bs&feearfcd Cfeistiast aad WUaMamsuu4 5, can: -themselves set out oa the high and

$50. M..I. Rac&o Repair, lag one world family by transcendjag: political aatkeal: aad eaistt tkesa to*k a coapfeto zcvofegon.* necessary adventure of changing mea aDd
Jasper tf.I(FOR RENT: Furnished apt. racial betties Coniia here has recalled me to God's perpase 'Tie,Naf4es paper Roma fceafiesc a pafe on the world JWioa&
Inquire at Jasper News Office. tic for BjKe-stators the moral standards of fff1 cue&try.I
FOR SALE Good Modern Home FOR RENT Furnished Apt. pledge myself that win- ahrxys be with you,any time,what- k Ac World Fight for Meal R -.Arm4mmL"1ue : DOUSIED AY 4Z75 At Your local BookstoreFridayJanual'J'

and 2 acres on paved road near Phone SY2-3771 or SY2-6791 tic cwrw ar. SecEeteo Ceaenlc/Oraamzyst Party In OBCtowa

Jasper. Deep wen screened porch. fl hl'itemaidi' :asaeaopsyssephsas9>.M Eiepi4uc,sdaetrsretpars. of tietrOSlllia>0algfed"TbFiraryGffastaeaTst.." '
$2600 down. See W. L. Bryan, SY2-' FOR SALE New Electric Hot .
i SY2-6331, I ,,:,,\o.-. l5tatheglofatotfroec.dMorof. As ut,.....pofeI""'" lei"lI..u.tM6 01__ +r.wlogi4ef...*, r l8lJaCrSca.1Iqvt4 l
2985 Robert Ehlert Water Heater. 25 '
or gallons. $25.00 f fh
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