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 25, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Cancer Society I Warning Period Mothers March 1 Gainesville Girl /Campaign OPERATION ALPHABET On L 1. : ;Suwanriee River Area I

lOver For 28 Wins Junior V
1 Organizes Fort Jasper January ;, To Stamp Out I by Harry Kotmrts, Exec. Sec

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April Drive': Here Traffic Violators The National Foundation and its Jeanie Ceotest Lifeof en executive secretary- really Isn't too bad except that the

,... March of Dimes is one of the Illiteracy In Fla.ft isn't always dull-at least not the current of the Ichtacknee: at day

Mrs. William Kyser,'It President of '"Chief of Police Payton Bembry of pldestand largescvolontaiy health I Climaxing: Stephen:poster Week .JiV.** ,...*, life"of Harry_Jtobarts. the executive was breezing** along about 3tt

.Hamilton County Unit of the Jasper, announces this week that organizations. The National Foun- at Stephen Foster Memorial White The Florida Adult Education Department secretary of tfie Suwannee horse t:

> American Cancer Society called a starting January 28, motorists will dation has helped rehabilitate hundreds Springs Florida; Miss Suzanne is preparing to launch I River Authority.His It was nip end tuck as the light

meeting- of the Board of Directors be fined for traffic and paling violations of thousands: of victims of I Martin GainesvilleJ\vas crowned right.away a big program of adult job is to publicize the Suwannee boat bounced upstream! until it

on .Wednesday evening January within the City limits. polio. It continues to provide financial Junior Jeanie .of 1941 before a capacity education to attempt to teach all River country and when word came to the railroad underpass.

16fl963 at the Florida PowerXouage Parking Meters will also be repaired assistance and equipmentfor crowd by Mrs.. W. A. Saunders Florida illiterates to read and came that a bunch of skiIMIi\ers That current was a little swifter.

Jasper to start organizingfor and enforced starting on polio victims. 'It supports ,a 1- Secretary of ithe Stephen- write Everyone is called upon to {t,came all the way from Atlanta to Then of all thing the divers had

Itbe Cancer Crusade Drive this same date. growing net work of treatment centers 3Ster- Memorial Commission as- help in this program. Everyone is{dive the springs along the Suwan- strechted a rope across the river

which Is held each year during the The Chief wishes to 'thank the to provide care for victims- of! sisted by Miss T M..Ray Cason. urged to contact the local: directorof ''nee, it looked like a perfect opportunity under the highway. The boat didn't

month of April. At the meeting motorists for their cooperation in birth: defects- ,and arthritis. White Springs. Junior: Jeanie of i adult education and offer his or to get a feature story about have enough power to clear the

IvIrSj:';''Irene Byrd was elected as correcting"somc of the 'violations The, following!'?Vbite Springs ladles .. : 1962. Elected Junior; Jeanie Maids i her services in the program. It is/the area in the Atlanta papers. rope the convenfonal way. And to

Vice/President of the Unit+.>Irs. during the past month at which have: volunteered to serve inthe1Wliite 1 were Miss Karen Gonzales, High estimated that one helper will be .."Yond better get down lire to cut the power would hasent the

Myron Johnson is Secretary '& time'on1 '. warning tickets were Springs Mothers 'March : Springs* Miss Aiarilnne. Foreman needed for each "pupil. The Branford before daylight: or you'll( boat whirling downstream into the

Treasurer.. issued on parking violations.] Fines Monday Night January 28: :Mrs. I GainesvflJe.' Miss"v Wanda; Hertel, program will work as follows: i never find these wild rascals after railroad abutment.It .

'The:.1963 Cancer Crusade Chair I for any parking violations will be Fred Whitaker, Chairman; Mrs. Gainesville; Miss Julie}Renee Lar- Nine TV Broadcasting Stations ;i(they leave the motel to go diimI I took a lot of hugging of concrete

men,will be Mrs. A F Burnett for j jenRm 150c if pa
s.Mrs. Jean, Robichau for violation. Additional penalty will be house Mrs. Hatty Cason, Mrs. The judges, Miss June Albright, three times a week. If the "pupil" 'jor when." the informant said. rope against the current to get the .'

White Springs and Mr. Harvey charged if not paid within this Buddy Deas, Mrs. Jean Robichaux.1rfrs. ,Chicago; Dr. Robert Kennedy. has a TV or has access to one, he .I "They do things oaths spur of the boat across the rope.
Oehlert for Jasper. A goalof $750 line limit. C. D. McDuffie, Mrs. L P. Madison: and Professor Carl Hul- will listen to the program and re- moment.So But despite adversities and hig i

was see for Hamilton County: The mortorists are again urged : Allison Mrs. Herbert Weaner bert, Lake City choke for honorable fer to his book;, OPERATION, off went Robarts before the ::water, he got the pictures. But be
ANationaf Crusade meeting will to cooperate that we may have convenient Mrs Helen Adicks will'liead the mention Judith :Eleen pettit ALPHET TV HOME :STUDY crack of dawn on a cod! Sunday also got (1) so late coming bade

be held in Jacksonville January and safe,' driving conditions -I Mothers'March in Jasper Monday'''Alachuar Vicki..."Sterrett.., Loris BOOK and follow In the book as morning bent on chasing skin-di I that he missed part of the prc>football

26-27, and several members of the ,in our city.Practical. I ::sight, Jan 28. The'following 1 Yarish, and Linda Good. Gaines- the instructor on .TV teaches the I vers. He got most of the story before -I, playoff game on TV, (2)) en
ladies will assist her: Jo Ann I vill.e diving but he had look from the minister
local Unit are looking forward to I % llesson. I they went sousing
attending this meeting. Our local 'Nurses Burth, Gertrude Herndon. Margaret -[ The Junior Jeanie Auditions are Someone who can read and write to take his pictures while they(i who wanted to know why he missed

Unit;/'was also represented at a Register Ruby Leiupo,Marjorie sponsored by Steppe 'Foster Music '(it is not necessary that this person swam down the Itchtucknee;: River. I church and ((3)) heck from his wife

District Meeting in Live Oak ,on To Atten dWorkshop edge, Tot Rhoden, Mary Bryan, ,Club of White spring'.W Stephen have more than a fifth grade I This palled for renting a boat. for missing Sunday dinner. And the
Thursday January 17th. Braswell Mikell, Jackie Register, Foster Memorial The girls ranging education) will be needed to assist -' The only boat available was one Atlanta paper never returned! the .
Jean An-
the Betty Margaret ,in from ten to sixteen with a 3% horse kicker which pictures.
Attending the meeting at Feb 13 drews, Dorothy Hill, Mary Weber age represented the "pupil" at least 30 minutes j I
Florida: Power Lounge were: Mr Federated Music Clubs in
Hannah Bland. Diane & Paula a week. Each "pupil" will need a I
1 .anc1 T1rs. R. W. Chance Mrs. Wil Tentative plans for the secondof I Suwannee District: Alachua First a book. The books cost $1.60 if I I
Hogan, Jeanne Young Doris Mitchell
Lam:Kyser, Mrs. Myron Johnson, the regional workshops sponsored Baptist Church Choir; First Bap- bought in lots of nine or more. NOTICE OF PUBLIC! HEARING ON
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Mrs:Irene Byrd, Mrs. Henry Vickers by Districts 16 and 30, Florida t list Church Adult Choir, Gainesville -
Books be ordered
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;' Mrs. Grace PoJk. Mrs Hannah Nurses Association have been com- ; Vocal Arth Club Gainesville; -
Mothers March. in Jennings.TrooperBill. county office.
I *Jnand. Mr. Marvin Rodgers. pleted. The recreation SingeiJ"Gainesville, Are you interested in this program is hereby given that the City Council of the City of

Mrs.: Fred MIckler, Mrs. Lois Curry Arrangements have been made St. Selia Musdic (Club. Lake City; either as a pupil or as a, Jasper, Florida, has passed on the first reading a proposed City Ordinance
and Mrs. Ruth Nelson Executive for all to have lunch at the Red |Stephen Foster MusicJ Club, White teacher? _Then set' in touch with entitled as follows:
Director, District III. Barn Restaurant, located three Springs. local Adult Education Director I,
... miles south of Lake City on U. S. Teachers and accompanists for your AN ORDINANCE 0 FTHE CITY OF JASPER, FLORIDA PROVIDING
I at because the broadcasts begin
41. The meeting will be held in the twenty-seven participants were once ] FOR THE LICENSING OF DOGS DOMICILED OR

Baseball League the Auditorium at the Veterans Mrs. Jane Sterrett, Mrs. Janice right away. RUNNING AT LARGE IN THE SAID CITY: FIXING THE

Hospital, Lake City, Florida on sags... I Larson, Mrs. E. I*, tJ ptey, Mrs. Suppose you do not have a TV AMOUNT OF THE COSTS OF SUCH LICENSES: PROVIDINGFOR
nor to Then it is
Calls access one.
Meeting February 13, 1963*from 9:00: a.m. Marlita Capstick, MrsV Fred Schol- possible THE ENFORCEMENT OF THIS ORDINANCE: PROVID-
for'you to get the book and I
to 4:00 p.m field, Gainesville; Mrs. M. L. ING FOR THE DISPOSITION OF UNLICENSED DOGS AND
For 1963 PlansThe rJ get someone to teach you to read
and write.
Secretary of the Twin Rivers ... If you cannot read or write and
Virginia b 1ma Bol-
baseball league, in calling a preseason would like to learn, get in touch,
Preach AtMethodist tin; Springs Professor were
meeting, says there is a possibility with Mrs. Stephens the local director "
Richards Gainesville. PLE.
; that Jasper may enter a ,or Mrs. Jones, the County

team in the league this year. A ChurchDr. Coordinating the program was Nurse and give them your name. and that a Public Hearing will be had and held upon the proposed

Jennings team has been a part of R. C Holmes, District Super- Miss Thelma A. BolUn\ director of U[ you would like to volunteer as a Ordinance at the City Hall in Jasper, Florida, at its regular meeting,

the league for several years. intendent of the Tallahassee Dis- Memorial.special events, .r Stephen; *;* ,Foster.t teacher, notify Mrs. Stephens or Monday evening!, February 4, 1963 at 1:30'o'clock,, at which the

$ "I4i twin Rivers (ahateur- ) 'Ba6e**b-I i Pbr':tie'-Methoatst Chur b' will Girls takingpartVtftJm: Mrs Jones. ,JfjJU know some public wiflbehjeard.f9J"-P.r.against the final passage of the said, proposed

+ balTLeague will hold its first meeting fill the pulpit at :for 1963 at the Lowndfes County dis Church next Sunday at 11:00 Jennings and White Springs were: person about this article. Help at such time and7 place, and that the'said proposed( ordinance

Courthouse (courtroom) in Valdosta o'clock. Dr. Holmes has served as Miss Suezette Cason Mid Emily bring Hamilton County up=: we are has been posted on the bulletin board at the City Hall for at least oneii'week

January 28th, at ? p m. Meeting District Superintendent of the .Orlando Pound Julie Miss Mary Anne Whitaker, next to the'bottom in the State, prior to the said date of the said Public Hearing.
is open to all who wish to at- ,Tampa and St. Petersburg Miss Ann Morgan, White only one other county is lower than
tend. Teams making up the circuit District and previous to his com- Springs; Miss Becy Lewis.
last season were Belk Hudson & ing to Tallahassee served as Conference Smith Sharon Sapp Carol Evelyn waiting for? Come on-Let's go! R. IL Fisk City Manager I

Valdosta ,Stockton Hahira Homer- Executive Secretary of Weber, Jasper Jackie Hiers,Jen- Learn[ to read! Learn to read better Mrs. Lillian Bembry, Acting Qtyderk

\in Nashville Ga. and Jennings Church Extension: He also served nings. ,
Hostesses for the afternoon were
Florida. In a 20 game schedule as pastor at Quincy for four years. -
St. Cecilia Music Club and Stephen
i Belk-Hudson won the pennant in a This will be the fi lest,time the people -
sudden death playoff \with Stockton of Jasper wiil"have the privilege If you must stop while Foster Music Club. Birth Defects fromThalidomide

for the championship. All members of hearing Dr. Holmes. The driving, pull! off the high-

urged public Is cordially invited to hear way. Don't stay on the GETS FOOTBALL ......
Dr. Holmes next Se day. pavement.'Use a rest area Spur Mothers In March of Dimes
c officers for the new season can be Rev. O. C. Howell pastor of the j SCHOLARSHIP ,,
or the shoulder so that -..
discussed. Methodist Couch also announces
Bobby Bowden is the present Revival Services for February 3-8, traffic can flow normally Julian Johnson 5-11, 225< Ibs Grave concern about the

Secretary. His address is 408 E. with Rev. Robert Bledsoe pastorof and safely by you. former Conference Star Tackle for widespread problem of birth

i Rogers St., Valdosta Ga. Haines< City as evengelist. I 2-12 day High School, Green Cove defects recently spotlighted
i by tragic infant deformities

f Comment from the Capital' caused by the drug, thalidomide -

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r .1-' 19 ZNAMENSKY STREET '!to'seep th r.neighbors'suppo
by Vant Nell 'for the; 1963 Marchof V

'Dimes V during the last d''i

l week in January.
Russian Communism is 45 to kid about Russian spies and This organization seeks to :
nyearsrs. America's top circles Tor volunteers in the Mothers' -
old. Despite the Red belittle Red espionage. Just penetrate
March this is nota
tf' record of double dealing and recently vr'e caught two Soviet of decision The White concern .
recent development. The
:, murder in less than half a spies operating within the House and State Department. :
Foundation-March of
4. century, some of our morel United Nations. In retaliation, The information they want: National Dimes which observes its 25thanniversaf"1'
fuzz-minded citizens still believe the Russians expelled Com- What will we do, what are 4 this
t Russia wants peace. It mander Raymond D. Smith, we capable of doing, in any attack the long-neglected year, began field to .
is this single belief that is the our assistant attache in given situation? Have we the of birth defects back in 1958.
Kremlin's most powerful ally Moscow. will and courage to use our
: Then as now, medical authorities -
in the fight to turn the world There was a great hue and strength? recognized that birth

Red.What cry about Commander Smithin It may come as a surpriseto defects, in hundreds of disabling -
our long-hair idealists Russia. He was merely you to learn that this Rus- forms, overshadow all
;: don't know about Russia and doing his job, collecting facts sian spy bureau still oper-- Spring Florida and.All Star Guard other child health problems. ,
could bring all of us ates it did in the days r Fw
peace about Russia he couldn't help as selection this Northeastern Every year, more than 21,000
into the Communist camp. of Whittaker Chambers and year op t
noticing. ,The Russians we deaths throughout the United
Russians consider peace and 'caught were v busily buying Alger Hiss. There has been Oklahoma has been awarded a foot ,, States are caused by defective
L pacifism a sign of soft-head- defense secrets from an Amer- little, if any change, baR scholarship at the University prenatal development. Every
edness. There are'no pacifistsin ican sailor. In addition the Soviet Min of Florida. Julian is the son of year, more than a quarter of a
,. Russia. Outside Red bor- take istry of Foreign Affairs, the Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Johnson million babies survive despite
ders, however,'Kremlin agents Perhaps we ought Ministry of Foreign Trade, I formerly of this city. significant defects.. WHY IT 1 IS WORTH fT-Marthlng Mothers blv! vry child'
concentrate on infiltrating and the scoffers at Red espionage and the Cominform, all have To bring expert help to such .birthright entitle him to a full, useful life. They will brave die
controlling unions, cemmuni- competitive spy systems. The Young Johnson received a full children all over America, The .......ntt lat. .In January to seek public support for the March .,
cations, and peace movements. Soviet general staffs military athletic scholarship and will return National Foundation-March,of Dimes which /finances treatment confers and rtMarth for victims
Red agents underline the hor- intelligence also subverts sympathetic in September to play for the Dimes-which helped conquer of birth defects and crippling arthriri
rors of nuclear war, then offer : Americans, when the University, according to Head paralytic polio by totally sup
Communism as an insurance opportunity arises. All operate Coach Ray Graves.; He was offered porting the development of the polio victims: for whom the abnormal conditions In time
policy for everlasting peace. under iron discipline. with eleven other col- Salk and Sabin vaccines-now vaccines came too late. Aid for prcper treatment or on,
Many of our best citizens Patience is the secret behind scholarships has a treatment program well for thousands of polio patients "repair work" to correct dis:
ii who are not pacifists but sober Soviet espionage. Russian instructors eges in the West and Southeast. under way. is still a prime responsibility ability. Wonders can be, and
+ realists believe half truths think nothing: of The University of Florida has Also in 1853 the March of of the March of Dimes. often are, accomplished.But .
about Russia that the Kremlinhas recruiting a spy and letting had several outstanding players Dimes organization initiateda The birth defects and arthritis the ideal solution that
II no intention of eorrectinjr. him do nothing for eight to from Northeastern Oklahoma A & program in the field of centers supported. by March of preventing disability or
It is true that Russian agri- ten Meanwhile, the Red College.-. arthritis equally neglected of Dimes contributions em- warding it off at the very
culture can barely feed the apparatus years. is easing him intoa and shrugged off by the public phasize early and correct diagnosis beginning of life itself-k the
population. It is true that we tS( sensitive of our as an inevitable hazard of which is the key to effective goal of research scientists
produce more steel, more to 19 Znamensky Street in ment. The area time comes govern-when Jasper City aging, despite the fact that Its treatment and rehabili whose work is supported by
crude oil, more electric power, Moscow. This is an old Rus- the new is ready to takeover severest form strikes children tation. Such detection and care March of Dimes grants. Theyare
more cement However, if we sian palace housing Soviet and spy he goes to work for and young adults with alarm- requires the skills of many different adding constantly: to the
believe that these factors headquarters. Behind its the Kremlin. ResignsMrs. ing frequency. specialists,, all working treasury of medical knowledgeof
bother the Kremlin or the barred spy windows and doors This yU!".Marching Mothers together with, patient and how best to treat and ultimately
Communist drive, we are Next time one of your will report to their family.
there is a complete Soviet Frances Hogan resigned as proudly to prevent crippling
badly mistaken. Their main spy friends poo-poos neighbors that a nationwide Until the development of the conditions that take such a
apparatus responsible for the City Clerk for the City of Jasper
interest is world power, centralized to our freedom ten him network of March of Dimes- March of Dimes program, such grim toll of our children's
; in the Kremlin, and collection of information from about 19 Znamensky Street. after 4H! years of service in this financed study and treatment top-quality attention was generally health.
this. every nation in the world. The Tell him that the enemy is position. Mrs. Hogan wrote in her
:A they an dedicated to American section takes centers for birth and available only in large As they pin on their badges
Abundance is always coming 50 the Red up not only ferocious and powerful letter of resignation to the City arthritis is operating at full capacity medical centers. The familiesof bearing the symbolic "Golden
to the masses in Russia, some almost Here& is of where the Red spy but also invisible and Council that she did not feel that ... Nearly 50 such centersare children afflicted with these Key Hope" Mothers March
day. If there is criticism about system. in the United dedicated. He may tell you she could regain her health while now open in communities cripplers have often had to volunteers are convinced thata
the lack of material things Nations spies we first their instructions. that ire have comparatively handling the complicated duties of across the country-double the settle for less than the best concerted effort of the publicin
got few members of the Communist that in existence
the Kremlin always can point number were because facilities were lackingor partnership with science
with pride to the record of the Party the U.s. This is Qty Cleric just m year ago, and only the inaccessible. u persistent as the program i
Bed Cosmonauts. Which 'would x Chief among the Red spy true bat CommaaJst espionage Mrs. Liffiam Bembry has been beginning of the network en- The tiny victims of disetttad that triumphed over poliocan -
you rather have a coffee networks is the Kremlin?: here i* enormous expextl apponnted Acting Clerk: by the visioned.In deformity who are .born speed the day when the
maker or the world record for own fee Confidential Ad- ? organized, andworkJocr Council. Mrs. Bembry has been em addition seven respiratory today mart rely on rurreat problems of birth defects and

orbits around the earth rfltnfstr ?of the CominsaistParty's against BS every. abateereey .....ef... played as Assistant City Clerk I centers are maintained! for medical: knowledge to detect arthritis will be solved. ,

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of Mrs. c nova.. ,Mrs. Jean Robichaujc,Jasper, Mr. it I urgent appeal-td Florida planters, I Little 7 year old Kenny Nornkson 'ton the things we have:-and we do
4 e-jTaSper &l& 5 Harvey Oehlert. ** ,"in the name of patriotism, humanity of James Norconk of Deland I have good churches, hospital,

,w-; The-wr; ofr. anne .-; .. e.ss and self-interest .to produce the was selected Poster_ boy for.. the schools, clubs and business houses
tist Association meet.4 Friday at Mrs. W. B. Lewis and Mrs. Mae greatest amount of provisions,-attainable -;, 1963 Mair' p "' nRS H Hta; P tu> ..so-
Published Every Friday Mt. Olive Church Miss Josephine Curry spent Tuesday in Jacksonville : by the: means at their com three sisters and a'orother .aU He Doesn't nice the word to get

Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida Jones .Exe. Secre.: of Florida: W. -business and shopping. mand." With loss of large area of normal was born with Multiple around that we are all "blown

Subscriptions Strictly in Advance M. S. will speak. The Baptist pastors .. . farming to the enemy, the Governor birth defects including (hydroceph- I away" The Industrial committee
will have short session and ad- Mrs. June Montgomery, Jasper says the Confederacy must now olus, water on the. brain). He is of Hamilton Chamber of Commerce -
$3.00 in Hamilton County .$4.00 Outside of County journ to hear Miss Jones. and Watkins Saundres Jr. of White depend \>n agricultural labor of being treated at U of Florida Medical are Everett Browne J. L.eonum .

,*:: Cards of Thanks . . ,. $1.00 Minimum Springs BIt two of the four being Mississippi, Alabama. Georgia center. Buddy Camp. Judge Me-
1 v" Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 Last week the. Kennedy Administration j trained to play the Stephen Foser South Carolina and Florida. CbrmidcBUBUCR
approved the blueprint fora I Carlfflon. Provisions must be secured from "Research will inevitably eliminate -
=:.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and Publishers
domestic ,Peace Corps probablyto The St. Cecelia of Lake City and these areas "to subsist the armies the needless worry of a prospective :

be known a sthe National Service Stephens Foster, White Springs and to save from suffering and mother thinking "Will my
.1. Corps (no kin to the proposed music Clubs were hostesses Satur- perhaps starvation the women baby be alright JAVStM

@ Youth Conservation Corps. for put day at the Junior Jeanie Audition. and children." Some Southern iUBBiR S1
6J 1 ting Jobless youngsters to work) . states have recently enacted lawsto Do we think that since we havea I

I' The goal is to alleviate some con- Dr.. and Mrs. J, V. McCall of .prevent mater severe penalties preventative of Polio that our i
.. I ditions uncomfortably similar to Daytona Beach came tip this weekto the planting at cotton. Such legislation case rest. There Is'still care for.
@L those in countries where the Peace seethe Jody McCaDs. Mr. Mc- Milton'says is not necessary those afflicted. Have you made OR aI

Corps works.Argument Call has been ill and they wanted in Florida. "An appeal to the patriotism your contribution? From dimes to 10
: S'Jf : to check on his health. and O1ri.stian.liberality of dollars. Are any too poor to have a i
; ( 1An estimated 30 percent of Miss Inez McCall of Hickory Bot- Florida citizens is all that s necessary. part in this great cauSe!

I : youths entering the U.S labor force tom is out now after several weeks ." Milton, asks planters "to de- i .1>i .
f 'l : in the 1960's will not have finished illness. vote their labor exclusively: to the I I I Dr. Lonnz one .& the three re !

i\ t.nplf1- SYa..r.2.61 I high school making of corn, peas, sugar and 'search scientists at University of ,
.L. I 2. Most children of the nation's I'm circling Feb. 16 on my cal- other provisions and supplies." He Florida Medical Center is studying !

f 1 "'Mothers March of Dimes Monday now) at North Florida College.She 500,000 migrant workers receive little endar. It is the Jeanie Audition in is appealing "on behalf of the gallant I i the so .call 'snorter" dwarfism'
evening .Jan. 28. Put your is taking L B. M. course and or no education. The same goes the Stephen Foster Tower. That is men who are fighting for in cattle and its similar congenital I
porch light on U its working. But likes it fine. for the nation's 285,000 reserva j-the older Jeanies Joyce-Smith is their protection and that of their :;:defects in man. '

whether the lights works or not I I .s. tion-bound American Indians. .. Hamilton County entrant and sponsored children sisters 2aid mothers-!I I
your contribution to )March of Help fight ,birth defects and arthritis The jails prisons and by the tephen Foster music worked with seif-secnfice, fortitude -:! Mrs. George Stephens (Zilla )is
Dimes. It's a privilege., :I as you did polio. Givegenerously :tories hold thousands in refonna'j I Club of"White Springs. energy and industry to clothe quite ill in Valdosta hospital. She
basic education and .
r' . I I to the March of Dimes. and feed our armies-and in behalf has many friends who will want s
:.When you are old and the grandchildren I N. S. C. aims to start with 500 Miss Thelmas Boltin tells me the of the name and for the!j to remember her. Aay h. of tip.a- ate h.

ask for at story ten them i ,If I fail'to'make the 7:30 news \ Recruits will be stu-I I'Olunteers. I age limit for the Juniors next' honor of. the State." J I . STAMP free h..ay .
I srallnt
1 th.
of the wonderful' !work of the Na on Channel 6, I find I can shift to dents and retired people. They will year wifl be 12-17 eleminaung the S5 s I RAXCE ANDEWS HAS A Isrg. '. vry

tional Foundation In fighting polio, [chazmel 10 and get an equally interesting get four to six weeks' training at LI and 10's It could be that laterif Mrs. Billy Bradley and chiMrcn: ,:. WORD FOR US Bi.gv.llty RUDDER
arthritis, ana birth defects and tell morning program. colleges and universities serve one I the dividends warrants it, asubJunior arrived recenUy from West Virginia j I I STAMPS rwjtedy built t
them also that you had a part in I year without pay-get mustering classification would be and will be with the Art 'I Rance Andrews. president of last y.a yore .ad yeses,

the fight. ...... ........ .......... I I I Ily out pay of 5900. I promoted. Bradley for some time--to the;'Hamilton County Chamber of Com lo.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peas recent .
,Interior Secretary Udall 'We delight of Francis and Art. merce says Hamilton County has Tester la
. '] visited relatives in Wauchula, says Edna and Evrett Borwn and : ; sat+ at prlec* far
..Mothers March is set for Jan. seek a new harvest of idealism that son i I much to be proud: of. The lies land Mow what y.ou would .rdtMrifr -
Zolfo, Bowling ,Green Florida. Wayne on Spring term vacation: '
28 in the evening .... ...... ..... .. I. we have let 'lie fallow here at from North Florida Junior College ': Representative of the Beta dub ; and farms par excellency* Hamil- CSPM* to py.ImmmA .
** ; ton is a3 agriculturalsection. Cue. .
home. ; definitely .s uts uta say
'%'J Three important items'are-of: ; interest Lois Curry"the." busy efficient are spending this week in New -Jasper High, did a bang-up job f ; RUBBER STAMP w..d.th.t .
"N.S.C. volunteers in the "Road Bloc for the March of
can be sure I ,
a'new I hard! working president of the Jasper -. you any hat..V..1..
to Jasper present Woman's, dub is busy getting ., their work in darkest America .. .. ; Dime" Saturday Jan. 19. J He thinks we s ould tatc o. t hay. .ld. s.l.eti.a t
School tuild- I
industry a new High assets proudly with nverli_ gloomy
be harder than if went ; MARKING
may they t DEVICES hryar
Commerce'bullding. together the history of the club to f Last week Maty Francis Lewis
fng-a, Chamber of ,
*' outlook. If Industrylls |that the Uria.M
Surely something' definite I be sent to the F. F. W. C. to be I'darkest Africa. Edna Browne. Jim Camp were all The Garden C"! .4> met Friday'Janet. j mm4 yilxx
; clubsA .It won't be a picnic in Central Atlanta 18 at the Power Lounge-Mrs. ],county nee: the-wort" ? will get
by next week put in the archives of Florida Jin visiting the aunt Mrs. around I
. I picture of the club house goes Park. :'BothwelL Maude Havener presiding. Mrs. ] THE JASPER NEWS
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., Mrs. Florence Garvin of Allan S. I with it. 1 i Sylvia Carter from Orangeburg Avie Harrell Chairman of Road-, In the meantime put emphasis
C. the mother of Mrs. Harvey I Garnet Hickman, a pledge for met them there and all but Mary side Eeautification made a report. j ATTENDING
I wrapped two favorite cam- Alpha Xi Delta sorority over at F.
Oehlert is their house guest for I up Francis came home Sunday. She Mr. KeTJey of the Florida Forestry
three weeks. euias, Monday night hoping to S.U. will be initiated sometime this stayed another week with Mrs. was the speaker and talked of"Trees"
two or . save them from .the dreaded cold. month. You know to be a pledge is ,Bothwell. Ohvi Tindall came home It was Arbor Day. He I :
Tuesday morning the wrapping one thing-to be initiated: in con- pVi : NCU1t
: Timmy Canova attended church with the corwded Sunday and is a said trees were available on re-
s was. gone. One sheet lay in shreds tingent on grades in school. Garnet's ,. WJNr
of Jim
;for the first time Sunday,'J an. 20 guest Camp while the ,quest. '
another sheet and a heavy linen gradeS'BreI* good-how goodI
I Brownes are The Febraury meeting win be at
He accompanied by his mother away.
/ was . I I spread were down the side walk haven't heard. yet.. the home of Mrs. C. B. Harrison.
: I had thought of the dogs who Mrs. Mary Van Leuven of Mil- 5. art
J. Jr. who lives Max is California's
Mr. R. Murphy Rafferty newsuperintendent
have been making trouble for my from Michigan (Bee Ehlert mother) '
I said I they won't
is ill and will be guess ever
the river of and
across I neighborhood but seemed like I Education and :Mrs. Myrtle Ehlert (Mr. Bob's
find for Arthritis and the
in bed for two weeks. (doctors I blasts out at "patflumized" education a cure
had to try to save the plants. mother have arrived to spend may-
March of Dunes worker took
orders). Blanche and Elmer Deas 'that he says afflicts California.
visited him on Sunday. Before Christmas four silk scarfs .California leads the country in be 2 months with. ,,the Ehlerts. up right quick like. 0 I don't I
: were snatched off the clothes line school buildings, supplies, equipment t. think that at all.-If poison in the t'e
Re9search are probing the my- and torn into shreds.1 da.re.not put;I and number of years for Admission t o the Jeanie system they will surely fire" the
between clothes on the line to dry. That'smy' auditions are by ticket only. The answer. The scientist will rock it
of the relationship teacher but
steries training on subject f
There four to siX tickets are free but because of
: story. are down. We thought polio couldn'tbe
viruses and human cancer. matter and achievement of its
T does chasing thru my yard every.I frenple net at-th tap.' limited seating one is required to conquered but it has been" and Y
: TVS are *
young have a.ticket WhIm,is given on request -
she said much I decidedI
March winds this day in January. day.. "The schools exist to teach organized so
How I love it. .55 : and disciplined subjects. ., was quite wrong and I wonderedif r
.* Mary Francis Lewis and daughter There are too' undisciplinedbrains I couldn't spare another dollar
The handsome little boy in thee Sylvia Carter accompanied;' running around the country KEbndla, a hundred years ago Monday night when the March of 1

,..hospital show case Saturday was Horace Lewis to Jax. Monday. He today. He hits the.new textbooksand February 1963j Dimes worker: comes to my door. S
>.Jeffry Alan Roberts son of Glenda went to attend the Ford meeting.The .1 thinks fifth graders should be According to one "Florida newspaper A
folks went shopping. story "dogskins make the Dr Greer assistant Professor of
and Roberts born Fri- women
Billy; Ray '
the Monroe Doctrine.. He
:day Jan. 18 and weighed 8 Ibs. f taught best leather for the manufactureof Pediatrics (neurology) at a workshop ....Ear Us Deas. of Jennings (second from left), pictured With
.tandS% Mrs. Nelsyn Wade and children, says it's just common sense to cotton cards." Cards can be or- of March of Dimes workers several of his classmates. Is presently attending North Carolina State
oz. '
I Sylvia, Lisa and David of San Augustine teach love of country at an early ordered from Georgia penitentaryat in December: lined the problemsof I College's Truck Driver Training School in Raleigh N. C. The Four-
Elaine Selph is at home this I' Texas, arrived TuesdayJan. age. If we teach facts compellingly Milledgeville. They ate not for birth defects and what the Na- week course is operated by the College Extension Div under the cpon-
,week between semesters or tri- 22 for a visit .with the Sayer and interestingly, we'll get good, sale, 'only dog or other skins" will tional foundation is doing at the orship of the N. C. Motor Carriers Association. The school has beenn

;.mesters or whatever it is they have Canovas. Mrs. Wade is the sister dedicated citizens. be accepted in exchange. Special treatment Center at the I continous operation: since 1949 and has trained more than 3,000

I s;. Come days and situations when Governor Milton issues another :University of Florida. ,.:professional drivers.

," you want to clear the slatewhenyou

a i STUMP BROS. and don't underStanding-you even want to be want tactful to Everything piles up handsomely in a Chevy IE including savings '

force an issue and "speak your Imagine low-loading wagon roomy enough to this one goes and goes on a gallon. They grow
mind. You Jose tho. handle most anything you can heft-and still CHEVY n with brakes that adjust themselves.An exhaust
t 300 South Patterson YOU lose the advantage. There's trim enough to slip into cramped parking spots. system that lasts longer. And a Delcotron .

VALDOSTA GEORGIA lots an.Your to.the soft answer business after We imagined it, built it and called it Chevy II. t CHEVROLET generator that keeps battery reserve power up. .

need the Made it as dependable as a wagon can get. Want to hear more? How about a low price,
adversary may it'll savings natty interiors, Body by Fisher craftsmanship :
i And made it so keep piling up
"blessing can
you Keeps Going Great -and talk with Chevrolet dealer soon!
it only complicates the Issue.. over the years. Those show up in the way a your '
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Mr. and! Mrs Luther Reynoldsleft c r ":'-:!.It,1i '.

: early in the month to make t J7r Y r% ,, .
I their home in Fredricksburg.,
..'. where he will be Area Superintendent s ;
FIRST of the Hopewell District of the I *rs 4' : s PI

i-QUALITY .Continental Can Co., promotion .. ,
from assistant to t "
manager manag- r "
192.36 ,ere This young couple had made
COOK TOP, Westinghouse . many friends in Jasper during i
I their short stay who regretted: their I
.. ATTIC FAN 36-inch -o leaving. '

Shutter . . ... ....' . *'00'With ,- 'f
: v Mrs. Wm Ky ser presents her
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; 'officers I
for the Hamilton County
'-, Atlas . ... .. '. .. J. . . 1'WWINDOW .. b. Lois Curry, Mrs. Hannah

Bland attend Orientation meeetof I
K QA District 4 Cancre Crusade, in
<' GUARDS . '. .*. .. . .- ..-,. ," .. >. Live Oak Thursday. Jan. 17. It was jj

-J DOOR MAHOGANY <, '". ,t; well attended luncheon meetingat .
.-, ; ,; -4.75 the Gold Leaf restaurant.
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SCREEN DOOR fr Saturday Mrs. Kyser. Mrs. M

2-8 x 6-8 . . . . . -_ 5.99 XHI Johnson. Mrs. Irene Byrd :-My-l 1j 1ji
Hannah Bland are expected to attend -
44' WINDOW SCREEN, Aluminum 0 % meeting of the National Can- -

2-8x4-6 ... . .'. . .5b cer Society Florida Division in

;t SHEET . . . 6.90 Mrs. Wm. Kysers presents her
officers fo rthe Hamilton County
r :e : ," Cancer Society as follows: Vice.

f SHEET . i. .,. !..' . .C. ... President Irene Byrd; Secretary, V, <'4igcw'p ph rV
Lurline Johnson; Educational Ch.- :V ;
,s. PREFINISHED PLYWOOD.5.1a Incite Leslie; Service Ch.. Hannah V n.

.: MAHOGANY '._:. .'. . . Bland; Publicity. Grace Polk:
BIRCH. : : l 7.68 Medical Advisor Dr. Fred Mick- r- wk -
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% SHEETROCK Crusade Chairman of Jennings is

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FOUR :;. THE JASPER: NEWS JASPER. 'FLO'RlDA' 1 Friday, January, 25, 1963
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jIo- taking the test is consistent and .WitI1Y H be more ,important 'to :acts, because -- -- -- ---..,-....-------- -------- ,.
honest with himself the uf ante It affects ih&adolescent'personality U'Vt1 tSMMOf\Jlrt
.. You And Your ScKbol perfectly rzr yo r d1 tb
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is al'novalue whatsoever. 'development..
I I I DemonstrationAgent i iIT ES t :JQiIX.S'l
However,; if a student is consistent When confmmlty in clothes is _= $ ___ .- \
"ML.. Powell, Principajrfijasper 1 Schools and honest with himself the test seen from) this 'viewpoint, 'it becomes -
*tfli becomes much important than
I Is highly significant and more 4
_mis week we would once again correlation between what student an excellent instrument for ad- the clothes themselves 'as seen
.Liketo go baCk'' to this' matte of does on" statewide '9th'''Grade vising a_:"',student -concerning his by Wilma B. Whiter 'through the adult eye.
testing-and test results. Since this score with thescore that heU future vocational plans and where I Personality is affected because ) TaiouTce i 'f
is a constant recurring item in later make on his f statewide 12th he might,jgp: to receive the best social attitudes and adjustmentsare i !
the school program, we shall per- grade test whkh'p such a ma- training possible for this indicated more intense daring the teens pr i .r *oxeuWta Yaae Ceesuasr I
haps come back to it again and jor role as to whether he will be I 'occupational vocational apti- :.than at any other age. To be accepted -
again. Since we have concludedour accepted as a student.in any of the I I tude.We will be happy to discuss by the group is vital to the
second quarter or mid-term major colleges and universities of this phase! of the testing program I r !teen-agers adjustment an dthere- t
examinations and since we have. the state. We have seen that l many I with any interested student or 1 !fore it is the group which sell WINTER TIME means portia era in
just recently ,received the resultson of those who make the lowest:'parent.All I I I clothing: standards.Conflict ,season. H.r.'. how .you Gall t* a i
statewide for 9th with parents over cloth- ; gracious Qtmt and nav. a: baH at
the tests our scores> on the ninth grade tests Florida 12th grade students 1 I .
and 12h grade' students and also drop out of'school'before they ever I are required to take the State Wide ing brings resentment feeling of : evary'gat rldfl l l
the Scholastic Aptitude tests for: become seniors; We' have noted,12th Grade Examinations and 1 I I II I I inferiority and often real rebellion. I I
seniors who ,took, this test, Scholastic 8 Perhaps parents can work to bring
those tragedy the administration many of them take the
quite a -|
; NqS 7/6/si' !
[ oe 'Ut Ay f
and for the 10th grade students Test the I about improved group standards, up-
Aptitude set by College t
tion of the 9th grade, statewide examinations up '
inoeafsiti,Mlhsai. ,
differential test but it's tough to it on one individual .yo. ,
took the state-wide : 'So'many of these'students -"Examination Board In order for CLOTHES MAKES THE TEENAGER try =;
we thought that this would be a seem Jo'be'too'immature to any senior to enter any of the I' teen-ager. t wear your "A"-A'--.. ({C t
most opportune time to call these realize the- importance of doing'major colleges universities in HAVE A HOBBYA r fuss-free. evening, tofca fc fefig i
items to attention with the: Florida he must take the statewide II rang mirror view before you
your well on these tests and consequently Clothes are one of the most hen real hobby is not just a past-
,_ thought in mind fail to do as well as they really 12th grade test and it has become j portant things,In life to a teen-ager time. It is an interst, something leave yoor4hoosafo-adfuit sfiopa I Islip
.- ]that you would 1 could The nature of this typer of mandatory that he make at least I Adults understand'the: importance which absorbs and! excites. It is i stocking MOmI.
possibly like to| test does not permit the ''administrator -!fa score of SOOto have much chance of clothes in tgrjns'of fashion, style pursued. _not primarily out of sheer
_".. ;.f; pt come byi. school\ of the test to prod the stu-{entering any of these schools. Prac-I:and color. But most adults don't fascination.One .
;::1 for a conferencerelative ; dent into his best performance. The u tirade all colleges and universities j''quite'[ appreciate how important, to ot started in ahobby M
'$f to yourchild's i outside of Florida and some col- the way getting .
it is
student is'given the directions and [ teenagers happiness to look is by haunting hobby shows I IAITt.aPATE
:, progress: leges require applicant for admis- end dress I
; it is then up to him as to how he eyeryone
to what other havefound
'[in school and his: reacts to it and'performs upon it. sion to have the S. A. :tTbDege i( With goodrason,-parents frown see satisfying. Libraries people, adult I In the actin,
I possibility for en.trance -' Entrance Examination. The liki- ,of"' tits. Hoct *s s opprtctot
We always announce when these l j upon some the sloppy teenage .: t I
education and "Y"
I into and I tests are to be given and_we do. hhoods?of being accepted with a I'get-ups. Dirty white shoes, loafers' cession groups classes also dist i efc* who ootjloog with par-
% success in cot. hope that parents will at all times score of less than 400 on either the falling apart; Jeans( bulky 'sweaters of ideas. are good sources I ,".plant.., to don't ploy th*.! I
liege_ their chfldren to do their. verbal or quantative is becoming.: and] many more Of the current i. scpt&ticated role ploy
encourage Fulfillment in old like ful-
We will, ,start by giving a short less likly with each passing year. teen-age fashions are appallingto age r the fvii- om.s Instead I
best tests. In the
very on these : fillment in other phases of life, dej j
discussion of our own second quar All this points up the urgency of adults.: '
next few days we shall prepare a I pends upon intellegent effort. J
ter or mid-term examinations iven teachers, parents, and students .
i Mother wants her daughter too I
profile of every student who took who begin the effort early and
by the regular members of the the statewide ninth grade test, the 1 I j constantly striving to up grade the I II ,look her prettiest and her' son to strive all their lives to contributing, I \
school faculty, These tests have all .statewide 12th grade test. Each I I Ii |quality of work being done by our j J look like the cleanbay he really is. self-sustaining personalities: will!
been and within the next few I I elementary and high school stu-
given i''child will be given a copy of this I :It's no wonder mother is upset have in old age--not freedom from |
days averages will be determined dents. Tests are highly significant ,when the y look: the adult idea of
problems, the to
I ability meet
and discuss
for the first semester's work. This profile to take home and we must be concerned about''tramps I them WEAR A FACE that's fresh as a daisy
will be a rather good! indication as with his parents. We will explain their results and what these results I i The importance of clothes that successfully. ;I Daily care with medicated Skin Lotion

to ,what will happen 'during the ,significance of rrade these level profiles before toMrh reveal. It shaH be our purposeto conform to teen-age standards has PAPER I IAH is the modern way to'banish rough /
second semester fthe'student con- respective: advise, councilf and work with been shown by several studies and I I ness fight blemishes keep yocr' com .
tinues to function as he did in the giving him his profile to take )Mme. the child and his parents on these surveys. Dressing like the othersis Sizes In Stock at I plexfon, smooth and party-pretty. 1L
highly significant
first. Low mid-term :averages These profiles are matters at all times important to them and should call THE JASPER NEWS
should be noted, congratulated and and worthy of much concern
encouraged. Report cards are to be and consideration on the part of i
sent home on January 28. This will the pupil and the parent as well as I .-
be quite significant.The the school. We shall be most happy .... .
Florida State wide NinthGrade at any time to go over these \ :
Test is also very important. i profiles with the student and/or :' : '.5 '; : -: t':
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PAGE SIX .. _" '. ., THE. .JASPER NEW JASPER", FLORIDA, & January,1 .!263

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How Are We Saved :wholesome doctrine of.doctrine Jbfth only and" is'very a most full! ,JASPER HIGH -I-D" CLUB NEWS Loan Association .1 Seek'.No jnli tions Jeff Tulen 'jn ,Vietnam ">. I

.,j .', :- ,':,' : 4 of cdtefcrf* but if we study a little Thursday: Jan. 17', 1965, the.Jasper Elects New Officers To Merchant Life Gives Full Page Picturet
meeting .was ,
We hear mary Aaix ,.varied".ans" .. farther we learn .that even the J High.4-H C1u'b- _
wers totMs.qug1on,'thefnre.pne 'called to order at 12:05 by the
belfeve 2
devils and :
must conclude that*they"cannot'all I 19 but James goes on to "but :President. "V-. Live Oak The:annual meeting! Marine AcademyCongressman By Vlrgie HymanWe I (at his enthusiam when he tackled
say of the last meeingwas of the Shareholders of the First arean buying or borrowing his military career. .
possibly be correct; sincethey'disagree wil thou know ,O: vain man;,that The .minutes; ,. \
one with the other and'God faith without'works is dead? Jas. read'followed'by the roltealL Federal Saviaga'arniLOanAsstciation Don Fuqua announced Life magazine Jan 25-to see that I He is a family manfralso. His
is not the author of confusion, but -Now' have learned that Lillian Riley gave a 'speech on: of Live Oak Was held on Wednesday : : today that the,deadSne of picture of good looking Jeff Tuten, lovely wife Helen and three year
of peace as in all churches of the 2:20 'do because we 'faith from, "State 4-H Girls'" Short Coarse". January 16. Directors 31 January, 1963 has been set for U. S. Ranger Captain in servicein i old daughter live with her parentsin

saints 1 Cor. 14:33. must must because faith. aport froms I After the speech the meeting was elected were John S. Flood AlfredT. accepting nominations candidates Vietnam. Captain Tuten says i I Miami while Jeff is away.

Some say that we are saved whol works fs'dead. But since apart there is handed over to Mrs. White, who Airth Daniel Chandler., Duke for the next school year of "I think were on the winning side But folks In the know are not surprised

ty by grace that there is nothing I, which. must do, are,told us the most important partsof McCallister, Seward Fleet, HugoF. the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy now! that Jeff Is- "out where
man can or required to do for sal I i something; that man earn his giving a speech. We discussedthe Sotolongo, M.D., and WallaceS. one of the five Federal Acade- Jeff Tuten 29, son of Epstein and the fight is strong out where the
vation. I we salvation to say by :a his man own can voice of Annual Party. Townsend. mies. Congressman Fuqua is en- Iris Rhodes Tuten was born in heaviest troops belong.'* His back

Others say we are saved by faithonlyaimply merit? Certainly not! And, besides The meeting was adjourned at Officers ;ace John F. Flood, pres- titled to nominate 10 qualified applicants -Jasper and was perhaps 11 or 12 ground is strong and wwell regarded.
believe and you win be that would leave out and 1:10. ident; Wallace S. Townsend, Vice-, from the Ninth Congressional : years old when he moved with his The Rhodes have lived in
saved. Still others say that we are would it grace leave out I I President; Alfred T. Airth Secre- District and he will receive mother and sisters Fay to Deland Florida many years and beyond
' l' saved? separate-and apart from the faith Christ not in only Matt.) 1:21 we notice Reporter, Terry Bonnell tary and Counsel; Daniel F Chandler. applications fork such nominationsup his father having: died. Mother Iris that-a-family prominent !in Georgia

word of God. that while an indivi-\ an about Christ "And she Treasurer; D. V. Giddens'Jr.' .." .to'the deadline. -, has gone far In the teaching profession 'civic and social life. The Tutera
dual is going about his daily tasks a phophecy- promoted from Asst. Sec'y to Exec. The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Deland and has her doctorate are pioneers of Florida far beyondmy
shall 'forth and thou I
God appears to him and saves him, bring a son God says we are saved so as to Vice President. has as its mission the education In Education. The sister count of years-pioneers-lea-

J, this fsi usually in the form of an ex-, shall shall call save his his name people Jesus from; for their he I clearify that which we have set I Mr. Giddens pointed out that the and training of qualified young Fay is Mrs. Boyd now of Pal- ders in state and community and

perience or vision. forth from the different scriptures. organization ,opened February 19. men for careers as officers in our melto. wife of the state representative of high regard.
Another theory is that man is sins First and above all God makesour 1962. with initial capital of $250,000.At Merchant Marine. Ifs four year of Manatee Co. A man of con Jeff himself has an enviable Tea

saved by his own works of merit. I Now since Christ is said to be salvation possible He is the Dec. 31 1962 savings capital college level program leads to a siderable weight in his professionwe lord of personal integrity.
I While there are some fragments of the one who would save us from Father of spirits and giver of every had increased to $789,111.94. an increase RS. degree a U.S. Coast Guard I are tok!. The honorable picture of CaptainJeff

truth in most all of the different 4our sins, are we' to say that since good and perfect gift therefore he of 53911L94. During this 'license as a Third Officer or, a Jeff is a graduate o fthe University Tuten brings Uncle Sam's

ways by which many' say a, man is Christ.was born we have salvation1through''his : heads the list as we strive for that period mortgage loans in excess of Third Assistant Engineer in the I of FloridfeL The family here work in the Far East into focus.

saved,none of these which we have birth? No that too home eternal in the heavens. Now $640,000 were closed. t Merchant Marine and a Commission say he was a studious boy rend- We,are proud ofr his loved: ones

t mentioned are the omplete, pat would we'have leave out those things which at- God through his grace (unmerrited He mentioned'that as a result" in the Naval Reserve. ing much and they were surprised. of, the record he is making.
alreadynoticed are favor chose plan for the redtemption further advised '- -- -- - -
) a profitable operations reserves of Congressman Fuqua
tern as set forth in the word of ''tributed to our salvation. Next we and Mrs. Isaac Shiver Jr. and Mr.
of fallen mankind which was to that constituents
aside additional seeking Burnham NewsBy
God. Let us Hist some of the things I $3,421.71 were set as
in Rev. Rev. 5:9
the epistle and Mrs. George Hudson and chil-
his ]
tread come through only begotten son association more detailed information about ;
by which God says we are saved<< in{ we are1 saved by the blood ofChrist. the shedding protection to the dren of Lake City his two brother:
and them in Jesus Christ. Through members; 'At June 30, after only the educational and career opportunities LOIS ZIPPEREK
this writing then place
Wefl since Christ died and I
of Christ blood the church was afforded by the of Mr. Basil Shiver of Waycross, ; Mr.
of active -
4% months operation
their proper relationship to one shed his 'blood does this automatically some '
l \ another and"In God's plan for the I purchased. Acts 20:28. After his a dividend of 4% % per annum the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Four things a man must learn to and Mrs. Clayton Shiver of Jackson
save all mankind Certainly resurrection and assention back to paid to all investors and! should contact his office or do if he could make his record true ville.. and sister Mr. and Mrs. A.jL. .
redemption of mankind and see if I No. That would leave put'the'the right hand of'the father Christ this was again paid at December31st. write to the Academy's training To think without confusion clearly; i Mathis- of Jasper. Everything
3 learn how it is that man is was
we can the
i gospel whichPaul says I done to make this wonderful
sent the Holy Spirit on the waiting I representative Maritime Adminis- To love his fellowman sincerely! was a
power of God' unto salvation to apostles!!_hi the city of Jerusalem tration, P. O. Box 52948 New Orleans To act from honest motives purely; ;,bithday: He received lots of nice
l First we are saved by grace ,everyone thaLbelneveth to the Jew ,I who guided them :into all truth Jn I I JASPER GIRLS ELEMENTARYGIRLS I Louisiana. To trust in God and Heaven secure-,
Eph. 2:8 "For by grace ye saved first and also.to'the Greek. Romans I I,,16:13. Through the inspiration of I 4-H CLUB NEWS I ,,.., more "Happy Birthdays"' to come.S. .
through faith and that not ,116. Well if the gospel is the power the gospel was y.
your I Ij the holy spirit I The Jasper GiI'lsH club was JASPER SENIOR 4 H Henry Van Dyke t
j selves it is a gift of God. CertainlyI 'of God unto salvation are we saved i given wherein God has vested his: calle to order. The Lord's prayer I CLUB MEETS I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Guthry of
do not deny that we are saved by :simply: because it has been given? ;I power to save all mankind howeverour I was then repeated and the pledgeto Mr. Hollis McCullough! of Tallahassee Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs.
the grace of God .and I dare not ,Again we must answer in the negative salvation is conditional upon our the 4page Mrs. White the The Jasper Senior 4-H Club meet- son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. I George Young Sr. Saturday after-

deny that our salvation is a free because" we* learn that man I acceptance of the gospel plan of i 4-H leader-gave:; out two new books ing was called to order by Matt Franklin Gaston of this county has i noon. Also visiting the Youngs

gift but let us j\Ist:1ook at the con- ;must avail ]tmsell of the blessingsof 11 salvation. No two individuals are I named Color and Cook Royd Book Marable, Vice president. The min- been confined to Tallahassee memorial ,Sunday were Rev. and Mrs. OHie

tents of preeceeding verse and ': God by virtue'of his obedience saved in a different manner Jude and Round-the-World Recipe favor utes from the last meeting were Hospital for the past several I Farnam of Jasper. .

we can see that we are not saved ;;of works Phil 2:12. Paul says workout j 3 speaks of the common salvation. I ites. And then we played a game read by A. L. Miller. There was days where he underwent surgery. i. .

I wholly by grace apart from anything I: your own salvation and againin And in Titus 2:11-12: Titus writes named the dog and the bone. no old business. Last report he was improving. and daughter
which we must do because it'I Acts 2:40: Peter. says "Save yourselves I Elem. Girls 4-H ReporterLinda Mr. Anderws called our attentionto C. i Armenia DeLoach spent Sunday in
says "by grace through faith".j I from this ontoward or crook "for the grace of God that bringeth :Morgan a new: irrigation sprinkler. He t Jacksonville: visiting relatives.
salvation hath unto aDmen Christian Women's FellowshipThe
Now the faith is the thing which we ed! generation.Now I appeared I' also gave us the 1963 4-H calendars Christian Women Fellowshipof } Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Herring and
teaching us that denying ungodliness :
sponsored by E. C. Browne Co. I
must possess .and it comes by hear! since iWe are ,to work out i. and workby lust, we'I NOT OF THANKSWe Burnham Christian Church met,children and father Bryant Herring
ing the word of God Rom 10:1T our salvation does this leave out I should! live soberly'and righteously wish to thank all of our many; Mr. Andrews Riding told Club us to about be for- with Mrs. Marvin Selph of Jasper, | | spent Sunday in Yulee with
and when we notice the word of :grace, faith Christ, his blood, and and godly in this present world. friends for the kindness shown us new Horse of Hamil- Friday JanilarY 18 at 3:00 p.m. their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs.
the hebrew writer in Heb. 11:6: the gospel Certainly not they all i in the passing; of our loved one. med soon with citizens Joseph Herring and family:'
All of the things by which we are ton County as leaders. with Mrs Wallace Selph president I .
"But without faith it is impossible ; have their respective place in Gods said to be saved, are incorporatedin Thanks for the flowers food and, presiding. An interesting programon *
to please him for he that commeth I The 4-H Banquet was brought up Mr. and Mrs. Young Sr.
scheme of redemption. Going on, the Gospel of Christ and when all, acts of kindness. "The Christian Mission on the George
to God, must believe' that.he is:and we are said to be saved by ,hope, I we obey this gospel plan then we May Gqc bless>! you all. and voted in. Mr. Andrews said Rim of East Asia" was led by Mrs. !received a letter from their son

that he is a rewarder of them that Ro. 8:2.t and next we are reconciled are saved by hope ever looking to Bryant Herring that a date would be set later. Wallace Selph. At the conclusion|M/Sgt. Aubra Young and family

diligently seek hint.: So thus far I to God through" the one body the Jesus the author and finisher of Mr::, z1 Mrs. Wilson Herring Marvin Selph Dennis Smith, and of the program Mrs. Bert Zippererhad I saying they were leaving Italy soon

t we have already learned that our churclf Eph. 2:16 Eph 4:4-6, Eph I faith and waiting for his return to I Mr. tad Mrs. .Joe Herring Paul Hickman volunteered to give charge of the worship service, and returning to the States. Aubra

.salvation is attributed to grace plus 5:23. We ftTfommanded'to: studyto : take us home. Mrs: aM Mrs Herbert Herring a talk for the next and meeting.seconded A that motion afterwhich 'delicious refreshments ':ifs, in service and has been stationed

faith. ; learn..to rightly divide the word I This gospel plan of salvation has Mr. and Mrs Carroll Herring? was made were served by the hostess. t nth Italy for the past three years.

The scriptures abound with verses "|0f God,.:2nd. Tin[ 2:15 so now let been the same since the days of and l.j0nandchiidrenJENNINGS. ; we adjourn. Reporter :.. ,I He and family expect to be stationed -

.showing the importance of faith 'bus strive: to place in order those t Pentecost, we must hear, believe I Dennis Smith f Faye Kramer was home from at Cape Canaveral when they

j therefore some contend that "thel hings by' which. we have noticed Heb 11:6 John 8:24 Repent; Acts 4-H CLUB NEWSBil'l Jacksonville spending the weekend I return. .
the S.
Butler called meetingto
17:30 Lk 13. Confess Christ Rom. WHITE SPRINGS 4-H NEWS with her mother Mrs. Elizabeth ,
h\\ 10:10 Matt 10:32. And be baptizedinto order.' We discussed se\'eral I Kramer and family. Mrs. :Myrtice Sauls is spendingsome j
i \hings. They were: The Horse discussed project for'making time in,Jacksonville with Mr. 1
tltJ. BJ/ZeU CO yBII/yi vr 1i I( Christ Gal. 3:27 Romans 6:3-6 We a
-' ,1pet; 3:21 Mk 16:16 then the Lord ,Club The High Yeilding Corn con money for the treasury. Mr. Isaac Shiver celebrated his and Mrs. Alvin Green. r
of 1,will add you to the church Acts test, the Annual banquet..The tractor Our president, Leina Cason seventy ninth birthCay with a birth S. I
2:47. driving contest. The Lamp con led; the meeting to order. p Cal-I day dinner" at the home of his ,, Bjll Burnham of Washington.
If,you are worried about your test and! parlimentary procedure. al 1 Leaders Paula Allison: and daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Georgia, spent the weekend with
building; needs .let us take care I Kenneth E. Thomas We elected 2 county councel delegates Rheba Morgan gave devotion. The George Hudson In Lake City. Saturday I his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S.

of you! Remember that yourbuiJdi.ng thye were Bill Butler and I Club chose a new Secretary-Treas- January 19th. All of his Burnham and family.
problems are OUR Evangelist Oak Grove Jim DeVane lurer I thereto SC.
4I who was Paula Allison. Mrs. children except three were
I building problems! Church of Christ Meeting. Adjourned I White cur 4-H leader talked to us enjoy this occasion with him. Bryant Deas has not been well

.. Reporter Wade Howell about public speaking- contest and They were. Mr. and Mrs. Edward for the past several. days.
.., 'gave us material. study public Brand and children Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. A. I "speaking. Meeting adjourned. Leon Starling and children of Jacksonville Chris Leutner little son of Ed
: USED T-V LOANS I ; Mrs. Marcus Tyre of and Dot Leutner of Macon: is spen- II

i-1* in Hamilton MIDWAY HOME DEM. Crestview Miss Mildred Shiver of ding this week with his grandparents
:L l c ONLY $50 County ; Maurice Lin- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan.
On 3 Beautiful Models I MEETS White Springs";; Mrs.
&IT dauer and children of Valdosta;
USED Quality Homes I The Midway Home Demonstration Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Shiver |I STAPLERS and STAPLES
of Mrs. children of Boston Ga. Mr. Club met at the home and

RefrigeratorONLY LEE f I Joe Dedge on Jan: 8th.

By C. D. Barker The devotional was given by Mrs
/ ONLY $75 BUILT ON YOUR LOT Joe Mitchell. Public Announcements I
OR ONE ACRE OFLAND uExp nce is the best of discussion was held concern

SEE THEM schoolmasters, only the school ''A our Fashion Show which is to
I Jo Tl car*7 A dkl rain-wa..
got tb 1$3Itw$ r BEFORE'YOU BUY!I fees are-beavy ." Cariyle be held in March.A NOTICE IN" ']"t1:F .'A" r T M..+*r TI'
Payment ... .. very interesting and informative Notice to hereby given that the COT NTT Jl'DOB
It has )) been claimed that of''' tOt"NTY FLORIDAJa
Up to 30 ong film shown the cutting Board of County Commissioners Probate
to was on
pay experience is the best teacher Hamilton County Florida request),
I I 5%% Interest and fitting of a garment by our. sealed bids for the construction of a IN IlKtF.STATB OP ..
There is no denying, of course, county agent's office aid bids I LAWTON: '. CON! En. <**- *
Agent, Mrs. White. negro
II Call or write that knowledge gained from ac- Delicious refreshments was to be the filed Circuit in the Court office on of or the before Clerkof TO sONS ALL HAVING CHEIIITOIIH CLAIMS Al'iD.OR IJKHAXDS -

U/DRS r I C C TR I CAL #Pl UMB/NG SUPPLI s II I I FRANK STEWART tual personal effort should, if Itdoesn'tdcreate served by the hostess.RESORT Feb. 6th at 10:00 a.m. said bids will AGAINST SAID BSTATHl
lasting impressions be opened at 10:00 uro. Feb. 6th 19(1 You and each of you are hereby
Box 408 MoultrieGaPh I SPECIFICATIONS: notified and required to present any
to guide us in similar ven, I Negro County Agent's Office claims and demands which you or
I I 985-2931 985-1241 tures. fJI' Type construction Frame with either of you may have against the deceased .
concrete floor estate of LAWTON
Exterior walls sir Ext. plywoodwith late of raid County, to the

._--"".""';';-'&" _-V'": -=-.&.._,,",,"..._ __... I' All retrospect experience: of is not course pleasantin but rJ.IL"ifRlliftf Interior pressure Walls treated- Preflnlshed strips luane Florida.County Judge at his of office Hamilton In the County.courthouse
said County at Jasper Fla.
Mahogany plywood of
even unhappy and unrewarding : Ceiling Ceiling Tile 12" xU"Wan within six calendar month from
efforts serve to point the way to framing 2x4-24"AC time of the first publication of this
2x$-24"OCRoof notice. Each claim or demand hall
Mo better and more efficient handling L mailc GLASS BOTTOM Roof Sheathing iS" Plywood be In wrHtoK and shall state the
tgageMoney of related efforts in the I BOATS Finished Root 210 fbs. Thlckbutts place of residence aad office
future. with 30 lb. asphalt felt address of claimant and
I Windows Aluminum awning worn to by the claimant his agent
----I II Dimension Outride U' x 20 or attorney, and say .*ei claim or
Speaking( of the present ladies, A set of plans are on file in the demand net .o filed shall be void.
is laundry tacklrPJ no clerks office for examination.
NOW AVAILABLE IN your The Board of County Commissioners Eva R. Conner
,you? Dajou. have enough rinsing : I reserve the right to reject AB Administer of the
on hand to ateanrniOn: any or all bids. Estate of
THIS AREA budget for a month? Y<..7ntion 'y -- ', ', Board Hamilton County County Commissioner Florida publication Lawton J. January Conner. 21. un

_{ pleasantly simple saw .l {' By Thelma Lewis I
Launder aDd _, I Jan U. 25, Feb 1. W Jan 25. Feb. Y. S 15
very uncostly:
We make First Mortage clean everything In tight at aMismIBad. ) WEEK -
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; Convicts : Jennings '. W-did a fineS AutiQbipgraphyC: f stop A studying... -'* ,. .n.... '
Escaped .
:,. ; .' Chatter' ,'. M._;jas a new secTe tw. I
\Senior- Eddie is entering the State Con-
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: She is most attractive. I -'
test sponsored by the Forensic
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:' \ by Serious Us A cap and .gown really makes .League, (speech. organisation).
a person look: sophisticatedThatis fl-
Here After Two Days >
: ; FreectdJfiI :: Let me see yours -wonderful!' what it did to us Seniors. ;Joyce:is looking forward to. -the

"I don't think so"- "'Gee, 1 surelydo Hurst.has a newpame.Drina Senior trip.

want to one!" This is what lost the door h.andJe.lrom
Jackie. and Mike are glad for
County Sheriff Charlie Rhoden and his was heard from the Seniors when our car wh1cht"e use in Drivers exams to be over.

hard-working crew had a big day this Thursday when JENNINGS Hospital News they received the proofs of ,their Ed. Who found,it?-:-You might What do you think! We have to

I I J they recaptured, in separate chases,,two convicts who had NEWSby pictures Tuesday.Linda know! Her buddy Lynette. Betty go to school this Saturday!
and Gean search for
Judy are working on helped it-they
escaped into the countryside. The Jasper news has 'pictures Ray Nell Burnett a committee for Miss JJLS. Be I found it near a" cemetery. Be sure to plan to attend the

of the men which will appear in next -week's paper. f sure to give them your name if Rodger still does a good job in Miss Jennings High School Contest.

First to escape, and first recaptured A2c Walter Thomas Burnettwas you plan to enter the contest. all of his clasSes We'll be seeing of you at

was Carl Castles 27, who home visiting his parents. Mr. Ben and Jerry are planning Ruth played for Elaine Smith least Us hopes so!

escaped from a State Highway Department I ifarm near Adams farm. He had and Mrs. Buire Burnett over this something very special they down at Stephen Foster. last Satur- Happy motoring until Sweet

work crew three miles!I formerly' escaped from an Ohio past weekends will not tell us! day. Heat Day.

south of Jasper on Route 129 at 4:00 1 penitentiary, where he still faces Mrs. Myrtle MacDonald went PATIENTS IX HOSPITALON

p.m.experience Tuesday.escaping He had from had the a lot law of, ,{I I larceny about 65, breaking years' imprisonment and entering, for es- to visit Jacksonville her two this daughtersrLoretta..past ;weekendto THURSDAY- .. JANUARY. 24 ., "". "" .. ..,.., .... '. .... .. ,.- .. ..

and eluded all searchers and even! i cape I etc. He once, in 1954 attack- and Jeanette. George Roberson r

confused the hounds. State author-!'ed the sheriff of Orlando in a .jail Lflybefl Lee Marie Lee Phyl- Mrs. Mary HendersonMrs. ,

ities gave up the search Wednesday -I I break there in 1954. les Barnett, Sue Butler, Miss Kitty Rossie Morgan ,

but Sheriff Rhoden still had r Meanwhile, Steele seemed to Pollock and myself were pleased Kenneth Altman *,-

an idea the fugitive was around. I|"have made a clean get-away with the way the church looked Mrs. Nettie Dees -
Tuesday night, : while the search.j, Thursday afternoon Sheriff Rho- when we finished' Saturday evening Mrs. Bobbie Mcdellan

it was in full swing George Steele 44 I i I den riding toward White Springs We really enjoyed doing the Church I Mrs. Patricia Winburn ,., ",,' :<,- r
who was a prisoner in Hamilton'''on Route 41, thought he glimpsed a Mrs. Ruby Corbett .-- i

County jail, broke a lock,on a win-j|I I man walking along the railroadnear yards.Everybody studyt' hard this Miss Myra Corbett KM ., :;. _
dow and escaped. He disappearedso .. the highway. He backed up week. Six weeks exams coming I Jacob Gandy (cot)

completely that it was thought his car for another look, but saw no up! Jennie Bryant (coL). .

he had boarded a. freight train and one. Then he suddenly decided to Mr. Glenn is )improving after a Johnnie Mobley (col,) ..' i. ,_ ..
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got out of the county. I!I take a closer look, even though it recent operation. We hope he will PATIENTS DISCHARGED 1. 3 < ;" .-;";; -" ,<.\-'",'.1'fJ. ":.-, ,

Thursday morning two colored i|i I meant wading across a ditch full soon be home from the hospital.Mrs. "**.
men reported a man answering,.of ice-covered water. Kenneth Wood and Glenn SINCE JANUARY 17 ,

Castles' description on a country j Whew.... u .hA_ t-.I&... ....._ 4v.....,. ,&...,..i1".-.. ",,,.rF... .Flo_ i Nunn Jr. are here for a few days I Mrs. Marjorie Croft:*
road southwest'Of Jasper, and sure saw where someone had made a,and are spending much of the time I Mrs. Nellie Law I '
enough the dogs: took up the chase. {fast trip through more water and with their father who Is In Valdosta Mrs. Ann Johns \: 1.50Pairs
About that time, Jim Black, as- hospital.Mrs.. J -
Mrs. Jonnie Kay WagOner
Tweeds on the far side of the rail- .
in the search, suspicious ( J. A. Stephens has
sisting saw a road. He followed the' trail for a received I Horace Milton
few miles who word that her brotherinlaw
man a away Ralph JacksonEli
,time, then decided that the dogs .
ran into the woods when approached. Mr. Horace V. Stephens and Daniels :t
and assistance in order.
some were
.. He brought the sheriff and his wife of Wartrace: Tennessee, I' .' .
Phyllis Ann Deas .
Steele hard find
i, was not ) to with '
dogs, which were heading that way, the help of the dogs, ,and he was were seriously injured January 10 Lawrence Campbell (coL) : '<
and they soon found Castles bur 'soon in custody. when a train hit the automobile in James Daniel Ross III. = !! ChildrensShoes

rowed in the underbrush. He was i when they were riding. Many peer Mrs. Nettie Reid
cold, hungry and exhausted. The George Steele, 44, had formerly r I II iple of Jennings remember Mr. and Mrs. Glenda Roberts .. ,
i escaped from a State Road Gang !Mrs. Stephens ... '
15-degree weather was just about who have visited :
:Mrs. Carter
the last straw, and he said he had I land was recaptured by state auth-I I Jennings many times and who :Mrs. Sara Jackson '..- I ,: '
not eaten since Ms escape two days: j orities in Georgia. He had spent several weeks vacation here Wilbur HadsDck ,I -. Sizes Small 4 to Larger 3

before. His clothing was strutted,the county jail here for about two .,living at the J. A. Stephens house Mrs. Virginia Hester : :
with cotton he had picked up some-|months. Sheriff Rhoden said he in the winters of 1945, 1946 and 41 !
David coX
where. ]I had no idea it might be Steele he If IfI ',while, Professor and Mrs. Stephens Barbara Troy Hunter( ) .r. .. ;-ttF ,VrMOSTLY GOOD STAPLE OXFORDS AND
was trailing until he saw his tracks ,' Jt .
Capture was made at 9:30 a.m. I .were living in Newberry.'They will Mrs. Mamie Deas II 'F.c'i+ j ."
Thursday just west of Bill Stewart in the mud which matched those be remembered as "good sports ,: <
Dallas Clark (coL). '
of the fugitive. I II II I with whom to IO' ffshfni*_" ? -
--- James Johnson :[ } STRAPS IDEAL SCHOOL SHOES! .
Mrs. 'J. A. Stephens; attended -
Mrs. Eloise Freeman
11 I Who Has Eternal Life? I I the meeting of the Board of Trustees I : ;!'tr. >

of Birdwood College at Thom- ., .
Hf; We all may have if we meet the faith of Jesus. Rev 1412. I asville Saturday. i I ." :';* '.. .. Reg. $2.98 to $4.98 Values :
requirements, but many will fail to Paul again says...Roman's 3:3L Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mills hadas
1 meet the conditions (or preparation Do We make void the,Law: through I I their dinner guests Sunday Mr. .. ,
while the time lingers. Matt 7:22-23 Faith. God forbid we establish the and Mrs. Harry Wisenbaker, Sr. "
They: will hear the sad words de- Law. and Mrs. J. A. Stephens. ;

part from me Ye workers of inquity John 5:23 says the Commandments I I Mr. and Mrs.: Jeff Smth and Mew Arrivals $1.99"PAIR

t If we accept God's plan of sal- are not greviouB. children were guests of Mrs. Mary I I -_ r,
t nation we will hear from the Jesus says Matt 5:17-19 Verily I I I Cunningham over the weekend. I

Saviour, "Well done. Jesus said says unto you till Heaven and earth .Cliff 'and Stanly Adams from -..
Ye must be born again. John 3:3 pass one Jot or one Tittle in nowise I I Valdosta spent Saturday with their I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ronald Mc-

"the Sinner does not know he is pass from the Law till all be grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clellan are parents of a boy, Ron- '

dead in trespass and sin, that is fulfilled Jesus says, if you will I''I Wisenbaker, Sr. ald Darren McQellan, born Janu- ARRANGED ON TABLES ..\-( t-".,,, _t"';
ary 22 in Hamilton Memorial Hose FORSELF : -t :4 ;. ;,, .
why the Saviour said; Ye must be enter into life keep the Command-. Elder and Mrs. Leroy M. De-" .. A r ', _k' ;0_., :_/ ';;
born again. ments. Matt 19:17. | Vane visited their son, Dr. L. M. : s.

When we are Born again we do The sinful mind and heart is not I;I DeVane in Atlanta this weekend. : "* )'.

not (knowingly) disobey what subject to the Law of God Romans, The Jennings Assembly of God I SERVICE *5J? '
Jesus said. Sing is Frday night Jan. : .-
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I Everyone ., I'v.
8:7.If A baby boy, named Jeffery Alan '
The Saviour said if you love me we keep or pretend to the Law I is invited to come hear some ;. ..
born to Mr. -Mrs. AVAILABLE ONLY
was and' Billie AT. "
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and keep my Commandments, the and offend in one point we are ,old gospel singing.ares. I '' 1.
lay Roberts in Hamilton:Memorial '
Law of Heaven and all the Universe guilty of all, we still miss Heaven. 'i >-: .;; ;
Hospital on January 18. : >
all so his people in this James 21012.() I r ;: --\i" :
world. Gods last day chorch keeps the ,\ ,"- ; ,'.i".- -.. ".'
Some the Law of God Commandments. Rev. 1217, the II LANG'SIN ". .
say .
done away with. Paul says we woman symbo et the church, On April 20, Damon- Bradley Win- t<' ..... ....", : l.... _
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I bum was born to Mr? 'r and Mrs.. i. < ,
I would not know 'sin only] by the. the last or remnant (or last .
Ovil Albro Winburn, Jr. In Hamil- s '
Law Romans 7:7. church) which keeps the Command ton .r:' ;, "
: Rev. 14:12 John sees a companyof ments of God. May God help us to Hospital.i "
people that had gotten the victory be faithful to keep his Command / ..,... .. .".
over the Beast and his Image. ments. To Pick MissJennings .. .
Here are they that keep the Commandments E. C. Willis Jasper 205 SE Ave. MARTHA LOU NELSOX -.t., ; .- j 1i'J", -t :'T :;.,; -;

I of God and have the Phone SY2-3581 I Mrs Martha Lou Nelson 90, res- High ,
ident of Jasper : .
died this Thursday .0: '-1.;: .
morning in the Jasper Hospital. On 14 -t! 1'
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are two daughters, Mrs '. '* -:::c-
Eddie -
Avriett, .
Jasper and Mrs. O. Jennings Seniors arc having the ,. ---

I. SEPTIC TANK and DATNLXNES I HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, in E. Peeples, Hialeah, Florida: annual Miss Jennings High Conteston ; .
cleaned. $25.00 J. W. Darby Jasper good location near hospital suit-II Funeral arrangements will be an- February 14. Plan to attend. A ;;
t SY 25041. J25p able for two apartments. 7000. nounced by Harry T. Reid Funeral full story next week! 10-- .

Call W. L. Bryan SY2-2985, or Home. I :
FARM WANTED Have customer Robert Ehlert, SYfr6331, Reg. Real If Wide-Track is as hofas :'
with $10,000 cash, wants Estate Brokers. Other property I i OTHER LOCALSMrs. Beta Club. Supper 'l *; !
farm land in Hamilton County. '
also available.
Call W- L. Bryan SY2-2985 or Nancy Wetherington received At Jennings Sat.Beta Pontiac don't {I"

I Robert Ehlert SY2-6331, Registered TURKEY SHOOT Shivers Service word Tuesday of the death dub of Jennings High will says, why they"

Real Estate Brokers. tfc Station January 26 at 2p.rn.ltp of one of her sisters, Mrs. Rachel hold their Supper Saturday night .

REPAIRS-We repair all type SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS Florida.Knight Granger of Vero Beach. preceding Jasper to the be played basketball at Jennings.game with | put it in their Tempest?/y 'J r.

TV and radios, also small ap- -Best of condition. Priced i
Plan to eat wih us. Serving will ,
pliances. Mannings Radio Service, to sell. Mannings Radio Service Recent guests of the Vernon \
begin at 5:00. It will be in the
Jasper. SY 2-4121. tfc. 7asper. Phone SY 2441 tf G Wetherington family were Paul school lunch room.
and Mrs. Beaulah Williams ..
FARMS WANTED IF YOU NEEDEDI Roy Jones of MonticeDo Illinois.and Come one, Come all! I -.;#,J;:, "

would like to sell your farm I VISIT FRIER MUSIC 'COMPANY They are relatives of Mrs. Wether
,r see us. We have calls for farms:j in Lire Oak, Florida for all jour ington end were enroute to Fort CARD OF'THANKS I.- : -- : -
every week. W. L. Bryan Ree..i i musical needs from organ* and Myers Beach to visit other rely We desire to express to our kind L::: -'. J .
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY''I{pianos to record and record playn. tives. neighbors and friends our heartfelt v.b $-'. '. .
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 I Ir tie thanks for their prayers, cards r .,
i i flowers, food, visits and every kind- ;; :;: J They. just did. :

.3 BEDROO3I HOUSE For Sale InLewis ness shown for their many expres- l.f't: ',- ,.
Plate Glass Co. -
Georgia.Store Front ,|I Jasper $6.000. See Horace .. sion of sympathy. These expresalone w. :., jo.1. '- : '" '.-.'... .... 1..
,Jasper. D14tfe have been deeplf'appectated'May -c
f .Mirrors Resilvered I God bless and keep everyone .
.Tub Enclosures, Showers 'FISH MARKET FOR SALE 10 Ja is our prayer. 6 .. .:

i 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 t per. Going business ready to Mrs. Wilbur Toole r 'i-I.' .: 3f'

VALDOSTA take over. Call W. L. Bryan SY2- Mrs. Delores Hughes ; 'j" -,
2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331, Mrs. Carmine Dampier f .
E FARM FOR SALE-185 acres for .
Registered Real Estate .Brokers.
$37,000. reasonable down payment. I
3 acres tobacco. 75 acres cleared. !! Don't Fret-Can Sweat! -

20 acres planted pines, good modem -)I Sweat's Radiator Service I,
r f home. See Robert Ehlert SY2- ...
| 35 Years in Radiator Business In FILMS
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6331 or W.L.Bryan, SY2-2985'i,Reg.],1 Valdosta
Radiators Cleaned.
Real Estate Brokers. tfp :'
Recored. Repaired

BOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper. : 3 Oars, Trucks, Tractors
: bedrooms, near downtown $7500.''1 Work Guaranteed.

Let us show you this one, only one S Hwy 41, VALDOSTA, CHS-6907 Developed
of several listed with Robert Ehlert
SY2- 31, or with W. L Bryan. SY2-
2985, Registered Real Estate Brokers ( ot in Jasper for sale $7500. CaB w.San t....a tthrt.lOfcenpeeple remt hjpyy with m thl gM Pontiac owners are with Wlo>-
tfc.[Robert Ehlert. SY 2-6331 or W. L. BLACK AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR Tnefc.,...'.. wilPiH!-..., .ager- Ie let eieijfceilj)' eb. bi on It. That's why Tempest has a

;+(Bryan SY 2-29 85. Reg. Real Estate SLIDES OR: PKTTURESFa WhteVfiMk of He .wn t this) year. If* why JT...,
USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR Brokers. Vrt...W.""lmt piMfe-.Hd H w.da say...wVrt pretty accurit Optional at extra cost.
Sal. Cd eoadittn. $... ud 1 For Sale .

'j $50. MBnlBf Radio R.p.Ir'I:COD$100 USEB and TV>Mannings-Installed Radio for Polaroid.. D 35 m.m. Color Film '-,Other Film' .. New lIMN art twe khrf ef WI.-Track cars Pontiac and Tmp s t .fr't
J..... tfe.t up. ?" .
r I Service SY 5-4421, Jasper tie : \: ,"!,;.
FOB SALE Good Modern Home I[ Bring Your RollsTo: .. :| HURRY ON DOWN TO WIDETRAGit.lvwN,. ,3
and 2 acres on paved road' FOR, :M9iT .- Fonusfeed: apt. ;; :

Jasper. Deep well .scr red per. Inquire at Jaspar(News Office tic ;.r1iE JASPER NEWS '- : -OTTIS BROWN MOTORS

$2600 down See W..L. Bryan, SYZ9965 -.
or Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331*. FOR RENT Fun&ifed AptPhone :.. .a: SY 2-6331 ... I

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