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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: February 15, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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PRICE" lOc PER COPY $3.00 PER YEAR :.HAMILTON COUNTY, JASPER FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1963 VOLUME 92. NUMBERS 7
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Minutes- Regular Minutes Regular Rules JEANIE AUDITIONS BIG EVENT PRESBYTERIAN REVIVAL STARTS'


Monthly Meeting Monthly\ Meeting For Home Dem. 'I I AT MEMORIAL SATURDAYTwenty FEB. 24 WITH SCOUT SERVICE _

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Hamilton CountyCommissioners Jasper City Council Fashion ShowHome two attractive Florida

f r girls with fine singing vioces have To Hold CornClirtic

The Qty Council of Jasper, Florida Demonstration dub qualified to participatein the 12th,

-* met in.regular session. Mon- bers are ;sponsoring a annual "Jeanie With the Light Here

Jasper Florida 1 day evening, February 4, 1963, at Fashion Show to be held. Brown Hair" auditions to, be heldat I

February 5,0963 7:30 ,.m. in the City Hall of the 7:30 p.m. at VFW Home in the Stephen Foste Memorial on "How much extra.profit I

The Board of County Cbmmis- City of Jasper- with the following This event is open to the Suwannee River 6)rp Saturday get from weed control with

sioners in and for Hamilton Cbun-' present: |H '' Hamilton County. Febraury.... 16. |( : I cals?" cbemi-I
Councilman EugenefLang.: Chairman '"
ty session Florida and met the today following In regular members ; Mayor C. EV"Courtoy, Coun- RULES: _.? Winner 1 of ."ie colorful event spon I, "How should I apply

Jack Vinson cflmen James L. Dunaway Tom L Garment should have' gored by the Stephen Foster Memorial weed killers for best results?"
were present:
Grover"Wheeler. Aaron Hogan and Owens. Dr. Wade Norris, Attorney structed since June 1,' 1962."Open Commission in cooperationwith I "What's the latest news on con-

Lavrton McCulley Guy McGhin. F. B. Harrell; City Manager R. H. ; 2. to any person not in the! Florida Federation of trolling com rootworms

Rev. O. C. Howell Minister of I Fisk, and Police ,Chief Payton Bem- dary school Music Clubs, will receive tile Com- Corn growers can find answersto

Methodist Church and Rev. Robert bry.Chairman 3. Garment has to be in mission's annual 5300,musical scholarship these and many other questionsat +
J Lang called the meeting .
award and 'coveted"Jeanie'
Bledsoe Haines City visiting Evangelist I i to order asking Attorney Har onstration Office Post- the a forthcoming Geigy Corn Clinicto

were invited guests and Rev. rell to,open with prayer. Building, by March'15 'crown. Four runners-up be held in -the V.F.W. Home

Bledsoe gave the devotional. The The minutes of the? previous meeting pint. will receive 5200 scholarships next Monday niter These clinics

following business was transacted were adopted a"s presented up- 4. Members of Home salted by ,individual and pre-I I have become important to corn

by' the Board on motion by Chairman Lang witha tion Club can make zations. Miss Thelma A. growers who wish to exchange ':-r:.

The minutes of the last meeting second by Councilman Norris.An model it herself or have special events director athe ideas and meet farm chemical spe "",,"-
of the Board was read by the clerk Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance Memorial announced <>
one model it. cialists. This year's series of Clin- $'" ."..'" ..
and approved by the Board as -of the City of Jasper Florida, 5. Members of Home Rebecca Annn Jenkins, Orlando ics will be held in more than 600 # ...ca,. .. e

read by the Clerk .Providing for the Licensing of Dogs tion dub can make who won last year's top honors ,is communities 350 more than last .- a-
The following application were?Domiciled, or Running at Large in '
not eligible to compete; again, but
others and let them model will be held inmost
year. Meetings
board under author Said of
filed with the the City; fixing the amount a.
ity of Sec. 193.59 for duplicate tax the costs of such licenses; provide 6. Any person not will be present to welcome her major corn areas, and most ,z II IIb
issued Home Demonstration Club successor. Five otherformer; par farmers will have several
certificates and same was ing for the Enforcement of This nearby
by the Clerk.Applicant. Ordinance; Providing for the Dis- make and model ticipants in the event4vill compete Clinics to choose from. Every person -

J. H. Corbett Estate position of unlicensed Dogs and makes. again. They are Merl Lee Bitz interested in corn production: is

by E. C. Browne i Providing for the Payment and 7. Garment shall be and Jeanne Tivan of Miami Paul- urged to attend. An advertisementon f r,

Certificate No. 1, issued 1961 ] Collection of the License Fees and ways to improve ette Catherin Deitrich" Jackson- another page gives more details. e

Applicant Mallory Tuten Certificate -I Finding That the Running at Large shall be listed and given ville Rose: Aline Ray of Vero The use of today's safe chemicals
No. 46 issued 1955 of Unlicensed's to be Menace Beach and Oneita Anell Watersof
to increase and lower
Col. Julian Wood. Hamilton Coun to the Health and General Welfareof son making garment. Homestead. corn yields
' Director met with the People. was read in full. Anyone wishing for more production costs is fast becominga
tv Civil Defense j of
Joyce Smith Jasper is a candidate -
the Board and gave an oral report After the reading of the Ordin- ed information on this fashion standard corn growing practice.At .
sponsored by the Stephen
of its activities. ance by Mr. Harrell the meetingwas call Home Demonstration the Clinic, farm chemical spe-
Mayor Ernest Courtoy .and R.j open for Public discussion of SY25171.ON Foster Music Club of White Springs cialists will discuss the basic prin- r j

H. Fisk. City Manager met with said Ordinance. There being none I Judges are three prominent out-of ciples of chemical weed control,

the Boar dand Mayor Courtoy requested desiring to be heard, the Ordinancewas COLUMBIA state musical experts.! They were Ii how to get the most out of each

that the Board finance re- then ready for final passage. COUNTY COMMISSIONJ. listed by Miss Boltin a$ : Dr. Chap- herbicide dollar, how long chemicals

capping of certain streets in Jasper Councilman: Dunaway made a motion pen White, Emory University Atlanta i are effective in the soil, how
installing: certain caution lights at seconded by Councilman Ow- B. Hunter Jr.' of ; Milton Peterson, New York to apply weed killers for best Rev Bronson Matney Jr., pastor of the First Presbyterian Church

various railroad crossings, and ens. Motion carried. Thereupon was appointed January 31 by City; and Gerald Marks, New York sults, and other re- of Quincy. Florida, will conduct Revival services February 24 thru 28

other various requests were made the Chair declared the Ordinance Farris Bryant,. to serve on City The latter will representthe many topics. at Jasper Presbyterian Church. The services start at 7:30 on Sunday

for the improvement of the city duly passed. umbia County Commission. American Society of Composers In areas where growers are faced evening. This opening night co-incides with the Scout Sunday serviceat

with the financial assistance of Mr. J. T Griffin of VaElbsta appeared succeed P. M. Sandlin, Authors, and publishers (ASCAP), with a cornrootworm problem, which the Jasper Scouts annually receive their awards and promotions

the Board. The Board stated that in regard to the City pur- signed from the post. which annually provides a memberof the specialists win discuss what is and Rev. Matney win be the main speaker at this service.
matters former Maxwell Bros
they would inquire into these chasing the I the known about these insects, the Bronson Matney Jr. was born in WaynesviHe. North Carolina in j
Mill for industrial use. judging paneL"4
property The commissioner is
as soon as possible.The new damage they do, and how to control 1928, graduated with first honors in 1952 from East Tennessee State,
Clerk was instructed to advertise After some discussion regarding mobile and petroleum, "The girls ,aU in the 17 to 21 age
following, Mr. Griffin's motion of( them them. graduated in 1956 from Columbia Seminary. Is maried and has four
proposal and
for bids for the dealer[ in Lake Gty. A. group, most high
March 5, made Mayor Courtoy, sec- children. He has pastored churches in Atlanta South Carolina, Georgia,
was by school seniors
same to be returnable Hamilton County, he has or college students Note the date of the meeting and
onded by Dr. Wade Norris to pur- and came to Quincy in 1957. The earlier part of his life he was in the
10:00 will arrive Memorial
a.m. at
the
1963 at in Lakke City for 17 Friday plan to come. A question and an-
One hydraulic dump body with 8 chase said property' consisting of years. evening for an informal meeting swer period following the programis entertainment field and was preparing for a career as a concert singer
23 of land, water tank and when he entered the
ton hoist pump and frame. acres with the judjk,"'Miss Boltin said. expected to stimulate a lively ministry.

-'Kenneth,Daniels County Service j!water system., a***.Motion,.,.. carried* :un- 'On Saturday mqrnjjrjlj, theY!) D discussion. 'In answering questions Everyone is invited to the Scout Night Service and to all the services -
I anrtt sib? }? ** \***** Cash"Available Jan. 1 .1963 SI '
Board > ,
which will begin each
the I at 7:30
before evening except Thursday, when a
Officer appeared each have the opporitm of specialist will draw
.11' ty sing on
the Board raise Mr 1' :: Cause with theAmerPcan DISBURSEMENTS experiences 7:00'startingtime Is set. .. ..- '". .
and requested salary that and expense account Tank Company ,of Gainesvilleand Mayor and Council ......... ing one number for,>the Judges and from all major corn growingareas .1

his former from $125.00 per month to Joplin. Missouri appeared before Management and Office ... having a brief interview under cas- of the U.S. as well as on local

month. Motion was the Council to discuss repairing Finance and Taxation ...... ual conditions. At 2 p.m., the formal results.A .

made$175.00'by per Mr. 'McOi ley, seconded the water tank on the Maxwell Legal ...................... performances will be 'held in bonus for in Flue-Cured I, Basketball Tourney
and unanimusly I Mill land The Council decidedto Insurance ................ I the auditorium of the Foster Caril special growers
by carried Mr. that McGhin same be raised to wait until 'a later date 'to makea Public Relations ........... lion Tower. The girls will appear in peanut and tobacco areas will bea Tobacco Loan In Jasper Next Wk.
I discussion of the problem of soil
Feb. 1 1963. commitment on this proposal. Police Department ,....... authentic 1854 style at
gowns
effective.
$175.00 by Motion by Mayor Courtoy, seconded Fire Department .......... 4.800.00'I this time." insect damage-and how to overcome Rate Set
been given
Notice having by Councilman Norris, that Building Inspection ......... it.Tobacco. The Group 3, Class' B Basketball
bids for building a The coronation of the 1963 win-
publication for City purchase a: lot 38.5 feet by 93 Public Works i Tournament will be held In Jasper
colored county agent office, the ner will be a feature of the 12th Price support on the 1963 crop of
feet behind the, City Hall
directly Public Buildings ......... High School Gymnasium Thursday,
announced that they were annual "Jeanie" Ball an event Meeting flue-cured tobacco has been set at
Board from Mr. W. B. Sandlin. This property Street Department ....... ,
readv to receive bids. The following -' is to be used for future expan- Garbage Department ....- originated in 1962 by the Florida' a national average of 5.6 cents Friday and Saturday. February 28,

+ bids were filed with the Board sion of city facilities. Cemetery ................ Federation of Music Club's Stephen In[ Live Oak per pound M. T. Miller, Chairman March 1, 2.

Owen and Eldon Fennell .. 2590.00Wm. Motion by Norris, Seconded by Public Welfare ............ Foster Memorial Corporation headed Agricultural Stabilization and Con-
Marable .............. B2J.00 Lang that 5000.00 be transferred Social Security ............. by Mrs. Leon Whitehurst of Next Tuesday servation County Committee, has There are five teams represented'

Elza D. Smith ............ 2600.00 from Utility System Revenue Fund Withholding Tax .......... Brooksville. The Club officials, in- from announced. This compares with a in the tournament and the only
I. T. Carter .............. 1975.00Motion to General Fund. Motion carriedCouncilman I Flue-cured tobacco growers
i Mrs. Clifton J. Muir Coral national rate of 56.1 cents will be
was made by Mr. McCul- cluding Florida's bright leaf producing: average game on Thursday night
Owens made a mo- TOTAL Disbursements ... $ Gables, vice president of the Na- pound which was available for
ley seconded by Mr. Wheeler to,tion to pay the monthly bills with a Total Cash Avail. Jan. 31 $ area will meet in Live Oak .February per between Monticello and Jasper at
I tional Federation of Music Clubs the 1962 .
same
the bid of I. T. Carter ; 19.BiHy crop. '
accept second by Councilman Duna ay. 8:00: p.m. On Friday night Cross
lowest bid. and said Mrs. Gleen W. Morrison, La.keIand. .
the Di.
being Stabilization's I'
Motion carried. W. Hill,
UTILITIES SYSTEM: REV. is
carried. South Atlantic districtof Under law. price support man- City and Madison tangle at 7:00:
motion was unanimuosly Bill were: Cash Jan. 1. 1963 ....... $ president. rector from, Florida said a very datory on all kinds of tobacco for
The Board decided to meet at the The Jasper News .......... 33.42 RECEIPTS: the National Federation; Mrs. informative program has been plan I and Florida High will meet the
which in
courthouse March 4, 1963 at 8:30 Utility System Revenue Fund 13.50 Joseph L. Gray, Lake City presi- marketing quotas are winner of Thursday's game at 8:30.
Water Services ........... $ ed for this year's annual district
to adopt resoXrtoons pertaining to HAW. B. Drew Co. .......... 16.21F. Sewer Services ........... dent of the Florida Federation; and meeting of The meeting effect or have not been disapprovedby The championship game will be
secondary roads to be set up for B. Harrell .............. 35.23 growers. growers.
Mrs. Whitehurst.An March
attend the Water Deposits ........;;._ will be held at the Elks Lodge at held at 8:00 p.m. Saturday.
the year 1963 and then 10:00 Suwannee Store .............. 2.01 Miscellaneous ............. honored guest at the auditionsand 2:30 Mr. Miller explained that the 2.
scheduled budget hearing at Sargene-Sowell. Inc. ..... 28.30ewis Withholding Tax ......V..f. ball win be Mrs. Evelyn Foster p.m.Hffl support level represents an increase
a.m. On the same date i nLake City Motor ............ stated that growers will get
Co. 33.70
Social Security ............ Morneweck Stuart, niece of Stephen i of about 1 percent over the 1962
at the office of the State Road De- Jerry Smith's Gulf Service. 5.05 I Insurance ................. Foster and his closest surviving first-hand reports on the overall :level due to the increase in the Committee made recommendationsto
Standard Service (Bradley) 3.00DuroTest operation of Stablization including
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PAC2harileRhoden i cost of things which farmers for
Sheriff and JohnH. Corp. ............ 3.67Scaft's TOTAL Receipts $ relative. Music fo the ball receipts, processing, sales, and the Secretary of Agriculture
Judge filed will be provided by members of the i bought during the past 3 years actions to improve the acceptability
McCormick, County Standard Station ..... 17.10 Total Cash Available ... $ stocks on hand. Attending the
their report of receipts expnses King Hardware Co. ....... 14.63J. Tallahasse Symphony under "direction meeting will be L. T. Weeks, Gen- (1960-62)) as compared with the 1959 of tobacco to both domestic and

and net income for the year 1962 S. Padgett ............... 3.90 Disbursements: of Ralph Rosenberg, who eral Manager .and other representatives -;. cost, as provided by law. These foreign buyers. In accordancewith

with the Board. Leona's Restaurant (prisoners General Operations has prepared special arrangements of the Cooperative. Also, costs are measured by changes in those recommendations, they

The following name was placedon meals) .................. 1L20 Water Plant of Foster music for the event.In there will officials from the :the index of prices paid, including Department has discounted flue-
the county Indigent list: Mrs. Jasper Laundry ........... 3830 Water Lines addition to the Commission's be i interest taxes, and farm wage cured varieties Coker 316 and
......... 51500The State farm organizations, agenciesof
Clyde J. Royals Donald S. Lavigne Inc ...... 9.45I Sewer Plant ............... $500 scholarship award, the young .rates. Reams 64 for 1963: in addition to '
I
following bills were orderedto Motorola ................... 21.00 Water Deposit Refunds ..... willie the U. S. Department of Agriculture discounted in ;
for previous
singers $200 other varieties
scholarship
be paid. American LaFrance ........ 10.54 Social Security and other allied groups pre In making the tobacco loan rate
work
FINE A. FORFEITURE FUND Suregas Service ........... 35.70N. Withholding Tax .v.,. !:I provided by Mrs. Alfred I Dupont sent. Full discussion of all problems announcement the Chairman point- years; has a committee ,
Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Cost &: Fla. Telephone Co. ....... 55.64 jof Jacksonville. Mrs. Helen Roberts confronting Stabilization wine ed but that all decisions have not ing on revision of grade standardsand :
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Feeding Prisoners ...... 1338.14 Sandlin Auto Parts .......... 14.73 Total I Disbursements !of r St. Petersburg, Mrs. Whitehurst > held followed by a general discussion been reached in regard to quality procedures ;ani has recently

John H. McCormick County Judges Suwannee Block: Co. ....... 11050 and by ASCAU. In addition Flet- : ). factors which would affect actual held five public hearings on quality

Fees ...................... 701.83 J. O. Burch Co. .............. 11.57Garry's Total 31. Cash 1963 Available... cher Hodges Jr. curator of Foster Hill alsir-stated", fV- -election support levels for individual grades I I factors involved in flue-cured
.John H. McCormick Juv. Judge Auto & Radio Serv. .33.28 Hall at the University of Pittsburgh Tobacco Advisory and burley tobacco.
Salary ..... .............'. 70.00 General Office Eqpt & Ptg Co. 90.47 INTEREST & SINKING will make sped reSeDtatiori to of the Advisory .Committeemen' The National
a
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Cash Available January 1, arum' ;tab
Joseph P. Holloman Juv. Couns. Florida Power Corp. ....... 699.42 each girl in thei uditlori&: -*- eachj counyTwoifld place CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER -
Salary .................... 49.27 Cities Service Oil Co ...... 312.08) ..1963 f following the discussion period. He I'I' about It.
Witness Fees County Judge's court Jasper Auto Parts .......... 3.25 RECEIPTS urged' all flue-cured'growers: to bepresent Motto: Know Hamilton County and tell Others

Clyde Amerson ............ 3.20 Home Gas Company ......... 6.95 1962 Taxes Rabies Clinics To for ,this year's'Sth annual
............ I
Less Discount ..
Joe Morgan ................ 3.10 Davis Meter & Supply Co. .. 342.10 district----- meetim- MINUTES OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

Crawford Petty ............ 3.10 Badger Meter Mfg. Co. ...... 9.72 Total _Receipts..v..r;.. Be Held Here For I -. .. #'. I I HAMILTON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
.......... 4.20
James T. Burnett Orange State Pipe'and Supply 40.33 JASPCR GARDEN CLUB TO I
.......... 4.20 Total Cash Available, ::..J& 'I Hamilton
Clifford S. Hewitt There being no further businessthe EefrJProtection ,9 : 319 FHBBAY/AT J:30a I be.regur! meeting of the Board of Directors( of the
Disbursements rf&.> ,.ii- ;
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Glenda Hewitt .............. 4.20Caroln meeting adjourned. Totals Cash available- !* The* 'Jasper* Garden dub" win I Il County Chamber of Commerce was held Monday evening, February 11.
Burnett ........ 4.20 t
Eugene C. Lang -with the ellChamber -
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has had l meet at the home of Mrs. C. B. in the City Han building Jasper.
The Health Department in the office
Alton Isom ................ 6.30
.Jury Services Co. Judge's Court Attest Lillian:L. 31. 1963 '.........*......*. many. inquires- recent3yTconcerningbvhen Harrison Friday, _February 15 at I log directors present: Ivey Prescott. Joe Howell Rance Andrews,

Frank Dewey Fennell .... 5.70 Acting City Bembry Clerk UTILITY SINKING and! where a person may 1 3&)4) A goc ;program is plannedso Thomas Bridges J. L. CoDum. Watkins Saunders. Robert Ehlert, ***

Leonard Fletcher ........ 10.10 Cash Available. January 1, have his pets immunized against members come! Ed Craton. Others present: R. H. Fisk M. L. Powell and Pete Dees.
CITY OF JASPER
FINANCIAL 1963 .................... of
Decar E. Scaff .......... 11.00 REPORT FOR JANUARY. 1963 rabies.It The President read a letter from Mr. J. T. O pepper. president
John Clyde Cannady ...... 10.40 GENERAL FUND RECEIPTS: is with pleasure that we an- the Culpepper Construction Co.. in which he explained his reason far
Taxes .............. :
Joe Register .............. 10.10 Utility with the Chamber as planned on January 2aaa.!
RECEIPTS Total Receipts ............. nounce the beginning of three ra- quested to have distemper vaccine not being able to meet
John W. Kelly Jr. ........ 5.40 1962 Taxes 5577.26. disc. 4.43 572.83 bies immunization clinics to be available for those wishing to have and stated that he would stop in Jasper on his next nip to this area.

Hoke High ................ 5.10 Cigarette Tax ............ 1653.59 Total Cash Available. held in the county on Saturdays their pets immunized against distemper The Florida Corwn Council quarterly meeting wit be heM in Feraandtea
Denis Cato Adams .......10.10 Parking Meters .......... 2.80 21st at 10:00 ajn.; The State Road Department -
3L 1963 ................ starting February 23, 1963. The at this time. Rabies shots Beach. Thursday February
Thomas C. McCulley ...... 12.00 Licenses ................... 133.75 DISBURSEMENTS first clinicwiU be held in Jasper at win be one dollar and fifty cents will hold their Budget Hearing in Lake City on MOAday,
Leroy D. Erixton .........11.00 Fines ..................... 719Mayor's '
Harlon Burnham .......... 6.9C Bank Charges:: ............. the Fire Station from 9 a.m. to 12 ($1.50) per animal which is a represented
..
Fees ........... 30.0(I
Robert R. Roebuck ........ 11.50 Garbage ................. 2540 Total Disbursements ...... noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday special price for these clinics only. L. F. Carver. Jr..
_Teford H Sullivan ........ 12.10 Miscellaneous ............,* 650 Total Cash Available February 23 1963. Second clinic' Every pet owner should note that Watkins Saunders advised that he had contacted
James L Dunaway, Jr .... 5.10 will be held nUennings at the City local laws require all pets to be and Mr. Carver had agreed to serve on the Board of Directors.' Upon
Withholding Tax .......... 229.10 I
31. 1963 ..................
Joe M. Bryant .............. 11.60 Social Security ............ 128.47 Hall from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on immunized against rabies. Rabies motion by Watkins Saunders seconded by J. I* Collin which unanIpJ-
UtiKies
-*Eck Eatmon .............. 10.00 Insurance ........*;......... 60.65 I Tim Deposit.Sinking Reserr Saturday March 2, 1963. Thethird immunizations are our only defense ously carried.,..L, F. Carver Jr. was appointed serve as a Director
'Jesse Albert Norwood ...... ILK January 31. fill the the Board until the next eJ etien-
clinic will be held at the City Hall against this dread disease for from District 4 to vacancy on
1963 ....................
I'Ehvood Wetherington .....10.40 TOTAL Receipts ......... $3.562.19 Renewal and Replacemat in White Springs from 9 ajn. to2 which there is no cure. If you havea Reports were made bythe Planning Committee and the Buflopg

'%.. (Continued on Page 6) Total Cash Available .... 51L55121 Cash Available January 31 I noon on Saturday,March 9, 1963. pet do your part and keep him Committee on the progress of our building project Requests for .bas'

". 1963 .................... Dr. William Kyser has been re- immunized. have. been issued but no decision has been made to date. ,



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February 15, 1963 THE JASPER NEWS JASPER. FLORIDA PAGE THREE



Minutes Meeting ;Jennings... P.T.A., .- Burnham, News. ..- ... LOCAL ,'I WITH CLARA MBS.'JOHNSON JIM DCNAWAYI OBGLE MET W; e fagper; Jletos .

13y'. Ib25PPRE"Bobby : : 4 "JEANIE" CANDIDATE j I I The Clara .Johnson Circle met at ..; : : ,

Hamilton CountyCommissioners To Discuss School the home of Mrs. Jim Dunaway on

Home son of Mr. and "Monday night, The study was given Published Every Friday

Financial ConditionThe Mrs. Claude Home of Jasper en- I by Mrs. Bob Fine which was Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida
: tered service September 20, 1962. (i interesting.
$ very
f (Continued from Faze 1) Jennings Parent-Teacher As- He completed basic training at Fort i: Mrs. John Lewis, president of Subscriptions Strictly in Advance

'.' sociation win hold its regular Jackson' S. C. He is now stationedat ,W. S. C. S. gave a spendid report. $3.00 in Hamilton County -X4.00 Outside of County

James B. Cunningham ...... 6.20 monthly meeting Monday night Fort Bliss, Texas. We are gladto Regular business was transacted Cards of Thanks $1.00 Minimum
George. 1... Roberson ...... 10.50 I February 18, 1963 at 7:30 p.m. in take note of the boys in service. hostess served
The cherry pie top
Henderson M. Frier ...... 12.10 W Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
School Auditorium.
Ponce D. McCall:: .......... 1LOO the High 'So members come.
Mrs. B. W. Wells of Madison I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and Publisher
Raymond P. Carmack .....6.20 Mr. Harry T. Reid County! Superintendent ,. ,
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........ I of Public Instruction will County formerly of Hamilton spent :
David H. Goolsby 10.20 I| IN MEMORIAM ,
... I meet with us for the purpose of dis last week at her old home in
Sherill Lenn Law .... .. 11.00L. I! Written in of loving SPORTSMEN'S CLUB
C. Driggers ............ 1L80Clarence i cussing the financial conditions of this; county. She also spent some i memory our JENNINGS
husband and father James A. The Hamilton County SportsmensOub
Bustin .......... 10.70Clinton our county school system. time wih Mrs.. Mattie McCulley' and i
I' t i' who caned quiteV ; will meet Monday, February
S. Mitchen ...1100 I All members are urged to attend Miss Rose GiIL ;Shirley was a- NEWSby
"Stanley. 1L50 I :way to be with Jesus just a year 18 in Jennings High School Cafeteria -
** thin important',meeting I (
: very '
: Pearsal Fouraker.......'.,."n:40 Any patron ,or friend of cur- Mrs. Essie Wynn of Lee spent ago from this date February 15, Ray Nell Burnett j at 730.:; An interesting program -

Game & 'Fresh Water Fish Coma-I'school who is not a member of our last week with her daughter and ''',- "f'-t...,. ", # '1962. I has been planned and everyone -

Arrest Fees .............. 111.00Mollie's P.T.A. is extended, a special invitation family Mr. and :Mrs. Claude Home r : ,+ ; 1'? 4 I I I Jesus has taken a beautiful flower The 4-H dub had their Valen- '. is invited.
Restaurant Juror'sMeals to come out Monday night . >,:.. ) ,, ;.: .. I out of uor garden of love tine party Wednesday. We had 1 I

... ................... 8.80 Join our organization and take an Mrs. Maurice Lindauer entertained : d4.,. g.wP. '-i:. ,And borne it away to the City" of drinks, cookies and candy.I 1 I I was her little son, Todd Stephens
9.75 :,<<<"..'"<':'tf.. God Home of the Angels above hope everyone enjoyed Valentines -i
Thelma Lewis, Recording Conv active part for the betterment of her sister Mrs. Anson Johnson A ::<'S. Smith.Everyone
Qty of Jasper Utilities Jail 12.50 school.: with a birthday dinner at her homein ft f '; Full blooming flowers alone will, day. I did. I also received a :I is happy to hear that

Oridn Exterminating Pest Control lour usual parent-teacher confer- ; Valdosta Wednesday. February I| not do. some must be young and I lot of Valentines from my friends.I Mrs. Zilla Stephens came through

Jail ......................... 8:00 period.will be held immediately (6. Those present enjoyed this oc- r some grown was sorry to hear that Mrs. her operation nicely. We wish hera
Florida Power Corp. Utilities ence session. Icaskm with Mrs. Johnson Mr Miss Joyce Smith/above, daughter -.[So the frail flowers He is gather- ; Herald Deas was very sick this speedy recovery. Mr. Stephens
... ................... 45.18 ) following. the business were: :
Jail
; i and Mrs. Maurice Undauer and of Mr. and Mrs.Daniel Smith of ing too, beautiful gems for his week. Mr Herald Deas has also 'is in Valdosta while Mrs. Stephensis
Jasper Laundry, Laundry Jail i -- ; Jasper is among the entries in the ThroneIts closed the Eagle station. in the hospital.
.. ... ...... 27.10 children and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
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Home Deo. Gas.& Jan.- Co, Gas, Jail ...140.55C. I Jimrrrie Gandy ....::...::.. 10.00 Shiver. Everything was prepared j 12th annual "Jeanie with the Light so hard to weep not dear daddy, Mr. and Mrs. Carter and tow Mrs. Rita Stephens was in town

A. Avriett Comm. On Bond Est. I Mrs. Paul Brown .......... 15.00A. (.to make this a happy birthday". J I Brown Hair" auditions to be held or be sad, still on the Savior we Ii children Toni and Terri of Jack- Tuesday.

& Conviction Fees .......192.23 C. Cnbbs .............. 14.00 (We hope Mrs. Johnson has many i, at the Stephen Foster Memorial must rely sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Culbreth '[ The Hamilton County Teachers
Co. Off. & Emp. Retirement I Mary Hick: Tompkins ...... 12.00 more birthdays to come.I at White Springs February 16. We shall meet you again and be and three children of Valdosta were ,,

Fund Retirement .-........ 14.40 I Dallas Clark .........:.... 12.00 I I I!!! glad you're a beautiful flower i weekend guests of Mrs. Irene Cul ;Wednesday I,
Social Security Acct. Social Ii Bessie Holloway .......... 12.00 I I G. D. and Inez Redrlmg and children The Jasper young woman's entry on high i interesting and informative.

Security .................... L93 I Ranee A. Andrews SaL & Exp. of Gainesville spent'the week- in the auditions is.sponsored'by the Blooming in beauty in Heaven I breth.The Junior Choir of Jennings I,I Mr. and Mrs. Bellflower from

Hamilton Road & Bridge Fund County Agent ...,........ 304.60C. end with their parents Mr. and Stephen Foster Music Club of White you are blooming for God we can : Baptist Church went to the State Tifton visited in Jennings Sunday.Mrs. .

Salary Road Employees I I A. Avriett Sal Co. Att. ....60.40 Mrs. Gordon Alderman. Springs and was announced by see Festival at Lake City, Saturday'I, Bellflower grew up in Jen

O'Neal Goolsby .......... 205.44 Salary County Comm. i I Miss Thelma Bohin who is director You'll follow the Lord through the morning. There were primary and ,nings. She was formally Miss White
Jackson ............ 185.10 Aaron ............ 117-50 .of the
W. S. Hogan i Gertrude and Holbs McCuHough special events at memorial. i city afar, till your bright face Junior choirs at the festival. There i We are glad to have Janice and
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Alex Mathis ............... 197.04 Grover Wheeler .......... 89.41 j Miss Smith is 18 and is a freshman we shall
from Tallahassee total of eleven in
were over spend was a from Cason Adams back town. They
Sherwood :Miller .......... 299.99 Jack Vinson ............ 115.47 \ at Stetson University in De- see.By juniors 1
... ...... ing Saturday and Sunday with their the FamilyShe :Jennings Miss Barbara Pearman I are living in the Law house near
Ernest Ponds .. 10907 Guy McGhin ... ......... 112.77 Land. She has been soloist i
Hilton YVestberry ........ 220.84 Lawton McCulley ........ 105.37 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin guest (was the leader and Mrs. Kitty Beck 'the Paffords.:
Harold Hysmith .......... 212.44 Isaac Chandler, Jr. Exp. CoLCounty ,Gaston, ,,;at various churches and 'also for (was the accomplish i iI Little ADan Johnson is improving. -
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sDewey Tomlinson ........ 185.10 Agent ..... .. ....... 75.00 I| many organizations. She is a member has served as president stu- : The basket ball team lost the .,,1. He is with his grandparents
'John Ponds .............. 112.07 Thelma Lewis SaL Jan .... 468.90 1 Bill Burnham of Washington Ga. : of the Concert Choir and University dent director and librarian of the ,I game with Monticello Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pafford, while
Robert Culbreth .......... 205.54 Ann C. Malpas Sal Sup. was home for a visit this weekend Chorus at Stetson UniverS- school band. She was the Future j I We have really enjoyed the girls 'he is recovering from a recent ill

Virgil Williams ........... 189.44 Resist .................. 195.60 with his parents Mr. and bik s. J. I ity.An Farmers of America sweetheart for I and boys playing. i iI ness. His grandmother Mrs. Allan
Randolph Turner ........ 122.17 Margaret Register Sal Sect. to S. Burnham. I accomplished pianist and organist two years and also Miss Jasper, Mr. and Mrs. Eason were visiting Johnson is recovering from an injury

Emery Grantham ........ 165.35..I County Agent .............. 23.09 a. as well as singer Miss High School and Homecomingqueen. i' their son and family, Mr. and I she received in a fall recent-
JRuben Daniels ............ 205.54:! Wylma B. White SaL Exp Home As could a wind as ever blew; Smith served as organist for the .. I Mrs. Vernon Eason last weekendMr.

Doyle L.. Grantham ...... 215.54 Dem. Agent ............ 256.77 A coulder ldrkand mt but few 'First Baptist Charch at Jasper for She has selected "Jeanie with the II Raft Hardy and son David, ly.Word from Mrs. Bessie McCall
Viola Whitfield (Cook) .. 105.37 Ethel G. Dedge Sal. Sect. to Home six years, and pianist and soloist Light Brown Hair her Stephen
as
As could a minister's e'er spak; visited Mrs. Essie Hardy last Sun who has been spending of the
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168.35
Pete Register Dem. Agent............... 69.28 for the Kiwanis Club for the same Foster number in the auditions and ; I
Yell all be hot ere I come backHenry cold weather with her daughter
Bill B. Norris............ 230.94 day.The days -
O. O. Edwards Sal. Assistant St.
Russell White ............ 102.77!, Wadsworth Longfellow period. She taught music for two will also sing "Love is Where You members of the Mission Mrs. Clyde Grubbs ,in Hawthorn -
Attorney................... 8.93 . years. She was member of the: Find It Nacio Herb Brown
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Lizzie McClain Cook) .... 28.11 Wm. Randall Slaughter SaL State ary Baptist church are sorry that I reads that she is recovering
Dick Cribbs Syrup Camp .. 12.00 Attorney" .................. 16.56. Garrard and :Maxine Sullivan and Jasper High School Band for Sveyears I and "Without a Song," by Vincent Brother Bill Stewart is resigningthe I from "shingles" and that she will
Social Security Acct. Social Eva Akins Sal Sect to Circuit children of Macon, Ga. and Joe and playing several instruments. Youmans. 17th of February. We will muss I be home February 20.

Security .................. 147.91 Judge ........ .......... 26.79N. Lou Sullivan of Live Oak spent !:" " .,-, ", "_. " .-= him and his wife and their two We are all glad that Bobby
Colonial Life Ins. Co. Ins. .. 12.00 H. Williams Sal. Yard up- I Saturday' and Sunday with their If children, Melonie: and O p. I and Dorothy Kent decided to stay

Blue Cross-Blue Shield Ins. 111.10 Keep ....................... 41.57 parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan, Mrs. Aunte Mae Hill has been '. in Jennings and not move to Val
Co. Officers & Employees Retire. Addie Mae Smith Sal Clerk T. C. j I J We Have a Complete Line of doing some work on her Restuarant
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Valdosta Fund. Retirement Flour Co. Groceries 163.23 Office .................... 73.91 I There is a mission study week, this week. dosta.Grandma Bates .is still improv

Camp .................... 92.75 Kenneth Daniels&1....Exp.. "Co. held at Corinth Church this week. Mr. Lawson McDonald was I lag
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4 Hubert Lashley Fish Camp ..16.20,I Service Officer :: 104.27,Thepeople of, this church are en-I home over the weekend. Granie Pearson is aH smiles
Jeantte Lashley SaL Clerk: T. A different miss- AgriculturalChemicals I Mrs. Donald Smith returned
Marvin's Grocery Groceries joying the talks of I over her new great-grand son. So
Camp .................... 340.70 I I Office .................... 83.97 ionaries each night home from Pineview Hospital Wed- are grandma and grandpa Shiver,
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William Kyser Sal Vet. .. 482.65
Water's Grocery, Cro. Camp. 23.59 nesday. Accompanying her home I (great-grand parents)
SaL Janitor 18L20
Charlie Godlsby
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No. Florida Telephone Co. J Mrs. George Hudson and childrenof -- --
Walter Howell Davis SaL Main -
Phone Camp ........-...... 15.00 tance ................... 23.09 Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. -
Florida Power Corp Utilities Julian Wood SaL Civil Defense Maurice Lmdaure and children
.................... 130.55Kayo's (
Camp of Valdosta spent Saturday night Dine Dance
Director ................. 125.47{ & Nitely
Drug Store Drugs Camp and Sunday with their parents, Mr.
Pris. ...................... 5.99Supreme Expense County Commissioners. .
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and Isaac
Aaron Hogan 6.25Grover Mrs. .- ATSAPP'S -
Sales Clothing, I I ....... *. .. .. .' _v ,. -. .
Wheeler/:. -? 6.25 -* & < (No Admission Charge)
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Prisoners .............. .. 87.40Wise's I *
\ Lawton McCulley......... 6.25' and Sudie Selph and
Drug Store Drugs Camp I ................ Cleveland ?
Prisoners ................... 8.88 Guy McGhin 6.25 children had dinner Sunday with SERVICE STATION BAND ON FRIDAY NITES
Jack Vinson .............. 6.25
Home Gas Co. Gas. Camp .133.45 ..their brother and sister in-law Mr.
I Co. Officers & Retire.
Central Truck Lines Express Employees and Mrs. Westmoreland Kelly in SY2-6441 Florida Admission $2.00
j Jasper Couple No miners Please
Charges:: .................... 7.36 Fund Reurment. Jan. .... 124.36 Madison. -
Hill Mfg. Co. Janitor Supplies 56.40 Social Security Acct. S. S Jan.69.45 . 3

Decge-DukesSuppUes ......... 7.80 I Blue Cross-Blue Shield Ins. t .1" t-j
........ ... :Mri Frank Langford of West LITTLE HICKORY
Evans Ethte. Products. Building! Feb .......... : 4230 I I .. -- -- --
Materials ::.:..::.-.:=:..... 5.3011'Colonial Life Ins. Co. Ins. Feb. 3.00 .'.Palm I Beach passed away Satur Formerly Kitchen Madison
J. S. Langford Building 'J Bud &uilarcl Rent W IS Health day. Funeral services were held I j Country -

Materials ................ 10.50J. Rice .,.... 20.00 ,i Tuesday. Mr. Langford Is well STUMP BROS. .-
O. Burch Buikfing Mat ....161.71 Mallory Tuten Rent Col Co. Agt. known in this County as this was : I _
Lake City Industries ........ 48.60 Office .......'............. :x.00 his home when a young man. He is : ::

ALevin &: Son Clothing & Linens t''State reasurer' ContributionJan. the brother of Mrs. Roxie Blair. : 300 South Patterson Valdosta Georgia !r. 1962Auto

Camp ..................... 80.30, 1013.91 ,, ,
State Assoc. of County Comm. -
King Hardware & Furniture Co. '
Supplies Materials ...... 1499 Co. Commissioners Manuals 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Royce Martin and :: BUILDINGSUPPLIES
Western Auto Store Supp. 932 Isaac Chandier, Jr. Refund children were over' from Tallahassee -
Tags
i Wood .. 700 spending some time with :
E. C. Browne Co. supp. .....70.63
Marbut Comp. Supp.. ....... 7.82 Jones Insurance Agency Convict their parents :Mr. and Mrs. Bryant :
Guards Bonds :tv.u.. Deas the weeknd :
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State Co.
Orange Pipe &: Supply
Parts ...................... 48.29 F.. B. Harrell Co. Com. Bond *i.-.t I -
ihe'ima Lr..w .te....u Postage
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M. D. Moody &: Sons. Inc. PaymentOn Mrs. Mamie Bland wife of Jim
Dragline .............. 792.00 t} lyiscft 1-re,, i,, c & Fees laJ.OO: J ..
Gulf Oil Products Fuel ...... 214.09 !Florida Power u>cp. utuities Court Bland, passed( away Sunday morn held QUALITY FIRST i'
t off 87.33 ing. Funeral services were
Carmichael Motor Supply Co. I hOUSe & v-i. "-.e. Agents '"'

Parts .._................. 148.43.Legal Diary ruoiishmg: Co. L.gai Tuesday. ,.. FEBRUARY 2 0
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Newsome Fort Tractore Co. f, Manual ... :> : OVEN AND 19236

Parts ...................... 4.54.Xerox Corp. Photo Supplies 195.1 'I COOK TOP. Westinghouse .
Tlnrnham Home Dem. Meets Get Yours andAVOID
OfticeDepartment Early
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1 The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. |General Ottice .qutpu:: U)
....... ........... 14.37 I The Burnham Home Demonstration ATTIC FAN 36-inch .. .
Tire &: tube ................. .43.61'W. } 'a1-1es
Radio met with *lrs. Bert Zip- 72.00
Public Safety. Club THE RUSH
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G. O. Chevrolet Inc. Parts 2.25 Sheriffs' Off.) 15.00 at 2 With Shutter .. ,. . . .
Sandlin Auto Parts Acces. & Service Dec. ( perere Monday February 11.

Fuel ....-................... 749.62 Bowtn Supply Co. Ottlce.supp: 28.+8 30. p.m. with Mrs. Joe Howell President ATTIC STAIRWAY. : f" : __; ,.

Jasper Auto Parts. Parts .. 4.74 Hamilton Couny.,Bank, Jan. 11.52. .' presiding. The devotionalwas Atlas . ... . ... . ._. .;, 18.00 Our Office Will Be OPEN ALL DAY'
xcnange Bert Zipperer
Ring Power Corp Parts .. 51L54 given by Mrs.
Ottis Brown Motors ...... .... 330''Julian C. Wood Civil Defense followed with prayer by Mrs. Isaac WINDOW BURGLAR SATURDAY for convenience!
Keenan Welding' Supplis Co. Road ;, t.xp. 8.10v Shiver. Minutes were read and GUARDS 5.90 your

Materials .................. 1-1.181,, 1. Edwards T. B. Hospital i laspproved. Mrs. White was sick ,-
Dunn Construction Co. Road ',I ..Patient Care.....'r..i..217.50. DOOR. MAHOGANY :, ;:
attend. We did not '
and unable to
Materials................. 68.00 ,SW Fla. T. B. Hospital Patient although 4./D Respectfully ,
Vulcan Materials Road Cara ...,.. 38.75I have our program as planned 2-0 x 6-8 .

:Materials ................. 450.88 I J. Addie Smith Bailiff Co. J : some business was attend- SCREEN DOOR _"Is ,, J ., :l DAN BRASWELL
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16-&:I'I served
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Lewis Lumber Co. Lumber 347.94 1 Court 5.99 Tax Collector
Miller Concrete Pipe Co. RoadJrlateria'ls tJ. D. Sills Bailiff Co. Judge's by the hostess. 2-8 x 6-8 .' V.,... .
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I Bradshaw Bailiff Co.. Jud I SCREEN. Alumimmi28x46 ,.. _..

i k Whitehead- Hr.1..Co......RoadMaterials ........ 72.80"Clayton Court -............8.001 Mrs. Pat Gardener of Dover; Del ,:' ., ;;-::-. . :-.- ..... . 2.00 -----
Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Cost aware is spending some time with I -.'
HAMILTON LIBRARY FUND AD PLYWOOD
281.61"
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Blanche Deas SaL Jan. ...... 96.99 Dr. Wm. P. Blackmon |her parents Mr. and Mrs. Kirby '

Kenneth Wood Sal, Jan.... 15.00 proceedings .............. 10.00.WeBs. SHEET . ; :. :. ". 6.90
Nancy Taylor Sal. Jan. .... 57.00 Dr. Frederick T Milder Comp i Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Selph of : : :
Vf AD I PLYWOOD: _
Social Incomp. Pro. .............. 10.00 j,Jackksonville are proudly announcing -
Security Acct. S. S. Jan. 3.81 i
Co. Of. & Employees Retirem. Mallory Wiglesworth Comp Incomp Ir the arrival of a baby boy born SHEET . . . . . 2JJ5PREFINISHED m ii '(Atl TIIEI'RY I crvo w.toWM6oMER .
................ 3.00 NNO wt "ya
i .Proceedings lsTm Pt.45uYIIf
Fun Retirement Jan. ...... 4.20 'February 11, in St. Vincent Hospital PLYWOOD .r 'K1t\ W 'yflA
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r John H. McCormick Comp. At _
No. Florida Jacksonville. The little lad
.Telephone. Co. PhoneUbral" I ................ 7,5J | ; MAHOGANY . *. & .*. .-. r
) .. .. ...M......... &5Q 15.15 weighed 7 Ibs and some few ounces ; r--- -
Ct. Hs.
Florida Power Corp. Utilities City of Jasper Auto Parts Utilities Fuel CU >We did not get his name. The paternal BIRCH . . . . . .. ,_ 7.68 G 6A3
Library .................... .6.63 Sancflin Mr. and ;J % .
I Simon and Schuster, Inc Books 7.60 House .................... 395.69j y grandparents are SHEETROCK t
The J. O. The Jasper News Legal Adv Forms .Mrs. Melvin Selph and maternal .
Burch Co. Furniture & 1-4U.
Equipment .................. 89.95 Supplies ................. 163.20 !i iWise's :grandparents Mr. and :Mrs. Bert 4x8 SHEET . .:.f.! *. ...... ;_...
Albertson Public Library Book .Drug Store Office Supp. 2.00 i Zipperer. The Selph's have two. OAK FLOORING NO. 1 COM '

_ Processing .............; 175.75 Dept. Public Safety Radio Service \other children. : : ..J 85.00
Elizabeth Ball Director's Trawl Jan. .........-........... 1S.00' Per M . . .1./: . .

expense .................. 55.53 I Dan Braswell T. C Comm .103.62 FELT 15 i Ib.Per ,: ".- Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE
Hamilton General Fund No FUu;: Telephone Con Service 1 Carole] James 2.15 "
COUNTY INDIGENTSMrs. &. Tolls Jan *.... ...... 164.30 Roll . .(. . . .'. .;.. PER CYLINDER '
23001Low
Mae Long .......... 18.00 The H &: W B. Drew Co OfficeSupplies KEY-IN-KNOB SYeamore
Mrs.: Ella Cribbs: .......... 12.00 & Map repairs ....9236 Hats j 4JJ5 CASH ON DELIVERY

Louise Cribbs .............. 6.00 Rance A, Andrews 4-H dub LOCKS . ....... . .

Eva Lee .................. 15.00 Expense ...............'.' 60.00 Valdosta Ga. LIGHT BULBS ACROSS STREET FROM FIRE STATIONHOLLOWAY'S
Ida Mae Smith ...........10.00 Milligan Office Machine Co. !I J ., .. .20
t John L. Rhodes .......... 14.00 Office Supplies .........:.. 1.40 iI Fa. . . ? .Tn\ .
t Myrtis Green ............ 10.00 Mrs. Clyde J. Royals County I I Era Lowtber MgT. WINDOW.."" 4" ."

\ Lottie Mbsely .......:.... 15.00 1; Indigent .....,............ 15.00F. Phone 242-MU ALUMINUM AWNING : '
15.5
*_Mrs. Pearlie Sheffield .... 14.00 Kenneth Tuten T A Comm 356.70 i Name Brand Bats NO. 23. NU..AIR . .'.v. . .
Annie Mae Whitaker ....... .10.00 There being no further business I'f' SpedaHzkic in :
Mrs. Frank :Miller ........ 2.00 before the Board, said board, adjourned. Se@tTsFerAllYour'Bu'' AdngNeeds _

Jake Tripp ...............10.00 .o.&om 'Made.. .- BeErlming4 .... ; ..... t8 "
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'. | MINSTREL LIVE" ; i!i Can-eaudancers: from M.ariJynI FASHION SHOW TO -

County To k '- And jOAKTOBENEFTT1SUWANNEE Bird School of Dancing a waltz by I I TO FEATURE '

F. H. A.. LOANS I'ReceiveRaceTrack Ir- :You : Your School . I Ib I:1 BAND. ,Mar Austin lyn;Bird and and a interlocutor Cake Walk Dave- add I MEN MODELS .

I in Hamilton County Check / M L. Powell Principal, Jasper Schools I Amature talent -'the finest known i an additional spark pf zest. Favorites Watch for particulars on_ the

is to be found at home and Suwannee's from precious minstrels !
of the Fashion
not coming mens Show
On DETENTION BALL IS f and we actually do want any
3 Beautiful' '
Models Comptroller Ray E. Greed Select varigated and variant Bulley Helvenston and LeRoy Mc1 -: the Woman's Club
,State NEW DISCIPLINE MEASURE l lof our students to have to be assigned sponsored by to
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Quality Homes said roday'race track tax checks detention class nurtured and tutored by the very .i Daniel will be on hand for their be held Friday March 22nd. Did
) for $29,000 wilt'be* mailed to each It will be our purpose from timeto I to the time -insist yet able Randy Mai Lands and eveningof usual humorus antics an story telling I I you ever hear of men wearing
at the'same we must
LEEBUILT 'of the 67'counties. time to make such changes and delightful entertainment with the and newcomer Leon Wooley I wigs!
I the upon a good and wholesome atti-''production of the Suwannee Min- proves equal in this catena. I
alterations in the of
l Green said this will bring the I program I tude towards acceptable behavior
ON YOUR LOT Jasper Schools as will tend to strel and Variety Show to be pre I ,
total received by each county for{ at school. Now if a student refuses Ben Gilmore. president of the
OR ONE ACRE OF the current fiscal to $82',000. or'bring about a higher quality of ,I to report to a session of the i sented at the High School Auditor- I Band Parents Association expreSses ceeds of which will go toward payment
time is set for
Curtain eight
LAND $8,500 more than received for the I scholastic performance and better I detention hall to which he has been 'ium. I great appreciation to all parti- for the High School Band
last (school discipline on the part of the o'clock on Thursday and Friday cipants in staging this show uniforms.
comparable ,
period year. t t pro-
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ask him
assigned. are going to
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No,Down Payment ,. students of our school. Almost any evenings, February 14 and 15. - -
Each of the 61 counties received; to bring his parents with him to I ..
: ,Up to 30 years to pay a total of $208,000 last year which action that we I explain his behaivor before we per i I, Staged for the benefit of Suwannee's 4li < AHWEfi '

. 5/ ro Interest was the largest in the history of the fII' twill may be take intended here I mit him to re-enter school. Now'.features High a School variety Band to please the show all. I: II H fl I f P.Ints 'i' [?,Y'_ fJl1tillJ/ R : .
Call write race track tax.LPL at i we would like to point out that the '
. or ;. x to implementieither ; A show designed to give wings to x. ---
detention hall has been set to
up
JFRANK STEWART or j amusement and Jaughter-to lift Is coffee
I I I f one deal primarily with discipline matters .y your as strong
., ;-.R ; : J i both of these i-I I the spirits from the black gray of: i
Box MoultrieGa
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; I and not for a failure to bringin I and blackish as the Miss
J deas. Within recent the day to the somewhere of merriments
Ph 985-2931;; 985-1241; _I .; 7 .t assigned home work. It will perhaps -, issippi River at flood
a :. weeks we i opens with a "Sing Along I V
become privilege to
a report
IITOIUI iI i .. have made two to detention hall to db home work'with the Minstrel". Spotlighted in I tr'd stage? Does it taste like it ;\
1, changes in our !this act are the end men Leon f
I I rather than take ((0)) for not having was strained through an
school programone [Wooley, Bulley Halvenston. DanStainer
Idone home work. However the detention old rubber boot? If :
designed pri- and Bonnie Dees and the' so,
I hall wffl deal with such matters '
r marily to enhance the quality of I as skipping school or class I'end women Helen Smuttts and I what it lacks is a .stimulating -

school work and the other is primarily ,smoking leaving the campus without (Gladys Dees and solo renditionsby : boost from our.
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Sharon Jones and
G. B. fleas
designed to result in better discipline permission vulgarity of any l / sweet rich coffe dreamt ,
I Warren Tedder. Audience partici- j1
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of the' student body. I
OU sort, refusing to do school work
Gt The first change grew out of a !and general rudeness in class. We 'pation is featured in the second J which jvill 1 give .:it the
recommendation 'of the Student do hope'tfln parents will discuss chorus of the "Old Favorites". I III r s wholesome flavor which:.).

I Council looking towards improving this matter of the detention hall II :Music is in abundance. A pit desire.
a .Chance the quality of school work in the I with their children and advise them Orchestra, directed by! Suwannee's you

Jasper, High SchooL This centered concerning:jlflj Also if your children -( Pride Hary Grant accompanies I" .. ,..
I around the matter of Exemption ; should'Ml to get home about:.the' minstrel portion of the show au yogi!addict Use OurQuick .

r'iI xoW! i from certain final quarter examina I the regular time in the afternoon, I and the always pleasing piano- Orgavntvegetana n
tion.I A committee from the Student you might check with the school to'. violen combination of Mrs. R. L. Can't jitterbug like DriveInService
I Council met and drew up see if they have been assigned to (Brinkman and Mrs. W. R. Slaugh- A milk-fed centenarian

lii' I some rather challenging criteria the detention hall. I jter enchances the lovely romantic
through which exemptions mightbe selections by Sharon Jones Warren
realized. These recommendations i Tedder and G. B. Dees. Helen
CHURCH were presented to the high EVERY jSmutts will delight all with her
school faculty by a member of the FOREST :presentation of "Bill Bailie" and
committee. The faculty in turn > !! Suwannee High's stage Band the a a

took these recommendation under ) :very talented accordanist :Miss
BRIGHT POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE CHURCH OF CHRIST .
BAPTIST CHURCH I;i advisement and estudy and came 8 ,, Shirley' Fory, the popular Patterson CASHMil e e

Pasta Rev Henley I i Between Jasper ,and Jennings. up with some changes in the recommendations 1 I Sisters and the Frierettas ,an aeI KUS E O 6 rn

Sunday School ..__._ 10:00, aon: I on highway' 41 of the Student Council :9E1 BURNED J; cordion. .sextet round out the 4iNClTY
Morning Service 11:00 a.m. ''Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll I As a reult the._ following plan for L -=: musical marvel!

Training: Union ...........r-T.f..., 6:30 I Worship Service ........ 11 to 12 exemptions. was- adonted bv thefaculty
Evening Worship _.. 7:30 .Sunday Evenings Service .... 7:00 and the S- ertfum; ii: I

Midweek Prayer Service every |I I Wed. Evening Bible Study.... 7:00: Anyt student from the 7th throughthe .
Wednesday: 730 p.m.. i I Phone WE8-2091 12th grade who met the condi- : : '. -
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JASPER METHODIST I I"The ,I : ,; : "
Friendly Church" exempt from second and fourth 1 t.: q' SEECOME" <" a-.7 : .
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Pastor Rev. O. C. Howell I'I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "quarter examinations. There would!! "T 'H. ) -. '..- "

ORDER OF ,,*RVICE i i I Sayer Canova, Pastor. be no exemptions for first and : i .; '

Sunday School.. ..... 9:45 a.m. i Sunday School at 9:45 third quarter examinations. In '
Morning Worship ._ 11:00 i!Morning Worship ....,.- 11:00 ajn. 'border to be exemptfrom an_examination }'i' 1 1jko 'ro-p A .;rr" .
Training Union ___ 6:15 :
Everyone ** invited in a given subject for the c '< (/ "
a.m.1 :
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EVENING SERVICES Evening Worship .............. 7 30 second or'fourth quarter a. student .f.
Services : : J.
Prayer Wednesday
Junior Fellowship 6:00 p.m. j must maintain a scholastic averageof (. .
I at 7:30p.m. ,t. TO'LIFE ..:...
Intermediate Fellowship 6:00 I "A" in he ; .
p.m. the subject must, ': _, .J ;. ..
Youth .Fellowship ._ 6:00 p.m.1 r JASPER CHURCH OF GOD maintain a conduct grade of "1", I: IU.: . .:,.i.
Worship Service __ 7:00 I Rev.. Earl Deas He must have no unexcused absences 1 .

Youth Social Hour 8:00 p.m. Sunday School ,..___. 10:00. a.m. or class cuts and must not have .. '
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. been absent for more than four 1 Jl\\' : '
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BETHEL Bible Study PRIMITIVE at Ui a.m each BAPTIST Sun. ],I,Evening Worship TUESDAY___ 7:00 p.M. days during the quarter for any H : : I. Ml t. ', : :' You are cordially invited to attend :; ::
whatsoever. It
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reason was generally -- ."
Service 11 7 p.m. :j % ... '
Church a.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 ; : it ,,3 r -
p.m. agreed that with as many stan- "" ;'u 1ata fft(1.
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Each First and 3rd Sunday. I FRIDAYS ; I : .
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dardized as we have that if a student : 1Y "' #.
PBYE 6:00 each Sunday Y. P. E. .... 7:30 .f
p.m. p.m. could t
meet these standards he ,
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L. M. DeVane, pastor_ v f -r;: '. -
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH would be, most 'worthy of exemption. 3 i' : H'f :if : : '

---:JASPER PRESBYTERIAN ) WHITE SPRINGS We do believe that thih will '>"f 1" ;.:,:" '> I f f if' v ?3(! M. .. 1L :.? :.
CHURCH SERVICE be an incentive for some of our I .
Rev. Ed. Montgomery. Jr. Pastor i :;* :, J ..r.
Rev. E. F. Montgomery JR., I I Evening Service _7:30 p. m. better students to do a higher .=:.,*.f. g> ,.' 'St1'7t '..... -

Sunday School...-9:45 a. m. I quality school work and this was Jt'f< \' : .
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Services ___ 11:00 BURNHAM CHRISTIAN the basis and purpose of incorporating "
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jASpER ADVENT Paul H. Stewart Pastor gram.
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Sunday School each Sunday 10:00
Travis Carter I Church Service Second and Fourth The second change was designed .- -: ... ::

Sunday School ............ 10 a.zxu Sundays .................. 11:00 to' result in better school discipline t Y \. k JcwL
Morning Service .......11:00 a.m. !CYF and Bible Study Second and and perhaps originated with ,

Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. ,|I Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30 the administration of the school
Wednesday night: with theo co-operation and thinkingof

Choir Practice ...... 7:30 p.m. !I JENNINGS METHODIST the school faculty. In order to
Prayer Service ...... 8:00pjn. "Enter Rest implement a healthier attitude 'i "
Pray"Pastor :
DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH :J I : Charles_ W. Rogers Sr. towards -good school discipline a 4 ,ter at the GENERATING PLANT .:;.
Sunday School>> each Sunday 10a.m.I detention hall has been set up to
Pastorlonday
WALLACE F. BENNETT take care of those who are not wil- .
Prayer Meeting each Thurs 8
School _... ,... 10 a.m.'Jruehing | p.m. I .
Worship Services 2nd. and 4th ling to render a good spirit of cooperation -
11 aon..I Sundays at 11 aum. and at 8 p.m in abiding by the rules :z rr 1 1 nearest you. < "..4
Training Union 6:30pm.Preaching and regulations of the schooL This I
.-, 'I:00 p.m. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I detention meets each after noon I
:\fednesday night Prayer Sunday School every Sunday at from 3:00 until 5:00 o'clock. Students ;
?tSO pan. 10:30 am. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 2:00: to 5:00: P. M
JMeeting I Preaching 11:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. I who live ,in in town or who F .
4 Training. Union ___ 6:30 do not ride the bus are asked to
CHURCH OF COD \ Ill- .
WEsT daY LAKE School ,.._.-_,, 10:00 LID..PeE. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at I report to the detention hall on the SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1:30: to 4:30: P. M. :;
Sunday .._ 6:30p.D.. .7:30 p.m.MISSIONARY same day that they are assigned to "
)et Meeting. Than. .. 7:30-p..1D BAPTIST itBus students have the choice of f ;'. .'

I j FIRST r-r WHITE BAPTIST SPRINGS CHURCH- Bro.Jennings W. D. Stewart., Florida Pastor I reporting same day to they the detention are assigned hall the or : -' In Celebration of NATIONAL ELECTRICAL WEEK ,, :i

have of
they may the option reporting -
j Rer. C. E.'Bafey, Pastor Sunday School __ 10:00 a-m. I
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. (Each Sunday) the next day after they x Visit us! See the romance of electricity in the making. :
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11:00 aon.VaiinnR Preaching Service Each Sunday at have had an opportuity to arrangefor \
Morning Service Union"7:00 p.m.1 I I 11:00 a,.m. and ,7:30 p. m. transportation home at the; end Watch enormous turbine generators convert ",f.'. J:,.. ,
Prayer Meeting Each Wednesdayat of their stay in the detention haH. .
Evening Services 8:00 p.m. [ the energy from fuel into the power for your home. tF
Wcdntsday service 8 pjn. 7:30 pjn. Now we want the detention haD to .I,5
prayer be highly unpopular with the students t Learn how master control boards handle electric: traffic ,,),
CHURCH FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW. ,, .
METHODIST
J IRST Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard H. Woodard. Pastor the parents and the teachers through, thousands of miles of wire highways. r ". ;",' t

,Siinday School __ 10:00 ajn.JTA Sunday School __ 10:00 a.m. .- .- See the ingenuity of free enterprise in acti: """ ', :". .
Morning Worship 11:00 .
class for every age group>>) a mi c
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Yfoath training Union _... 6:30 p.m.!; J.i' I ) r
Fellowship __ 6:00) pjn. I I Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.'I ..... w SCHEDULED GUIDED TOURS -' ,' ; :

PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Wed. Prayer Meeting .7:30 pjn.: -:..--- c
'White Springs every Sunday at & -> -.ti ,J: -1 1 '
11:00 ajo. 'I GREEN RIDGE CHURCHOF FOR ORGANIZED GROUPS ff
:Swift Creek each Third Sundayat GOD a M..IBead1 s WEEK: -: : -r
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3:00 Rev. George F .Newton t : -- .t. i I
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I'!Sunday School __?, 10:00 a.m. \McM5on 25m- Schools, business clubs, civic organizations or any 9r. 'fl-t :

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Morning Worship .:,,,..11:00 sun. I of interested people are welcome to take a '- : .
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STATENVILLE. GEORGIA Wednesday Night 7:30 pm.lr 15
.Allen JZrooker.Pastor *"ke, guided tour.through our plants.'i '. ,- ', ')
Sunday.-School..._...... 10:00' ajn. Y. ,!.; E. JWiay :Niffht 7:80 r.
Worship Service. --*. 2nd and..4fi ... Just. ,call Florida Power's local district manager, and 4. ", f.
Sundays ..J .>. > .H. AA, 11:&0-ajxu JENNINGS"'ASSfifctSUft l OF GOD 'f F.r -; ; he.will for a scheduled, guided tour of the plant* < -
Jr. and. Sr. MYF Each Sxnidhx: CHURCH.. arrange. ,J ..-. .
7:DO'.paan 'Sunday School :each Sunday at Y9 ":wish to visit..
Prayer Meeting Each,Thursday: ;at 10:60 a. m.- RESORT MOTEL ;

MYP i.Social 8:00 Jour pjn...Each Thursday: Services Eaeh'-Sunday evenfcg morningand .100%Ak GoncSrioMd and HIaIH ._;. -ns &&1fj / -..

.,SUWANNEE CHURCH OF Old time Gospel Slag last Friday luxurious Freely VNr Toot .' '
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THE NAZARENE each mon#h ............ 8 p.m. CaavmW io,Golf GMTM. Roc J FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION

Facfl FloridaTsHa I I Rev. O. E. "IbomJSCIDI and Trash hh:/AH Ckbe I focnaHo, .*,,Supper A .VOL' 1AX-AYlfO.pvwslCR-owNCD t CTMC COI?ANY .

C. Foe Pastor ? 'BAPTIST CHURCH A PfcanM tn sil Rseen I' _-. : '" IllS>lIE i TlE'PUlTS 1111 fill K 6EH -
Sunday School ...:....: 10:00 AM.Freac&Bg I STATENVILLE. GEORGIA .Coa&Inaftoa Tub end garretearlFled .; -'?- )
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Service ......21:00 AM.Eveteg D. W. Kaason, Factor St. Petertbursh-Bortow Plant Weedon Island
Bath fa t.Wt t- en
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Every .
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Service ........ 7:30 PJi. ,' J- : T (
(Services Eack Sunday) .ftoolthb Caff**Shop rIFt_ T North Shore of ,"
'<, 5 ( Oldsmar-Higgins! Plant on Tampa Bay
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Wedaeiidny Prayer Hectiag 7A Sunday School : / > .
100 us. ...,..Ioy -........
Morning Worship 11:60 sua. -pDebll lourpe" willa ttro.ol.CSnan ,; -. | Ingirt-lngHj Plant {ust west of U.S.19 ,
CORINTH MISSIONARY Training Union SH.Jr. sad Tv : Madison-EHaville-Suwannee River Plant about 14 miles east of : t

BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Service Wednesday. at locaMa Dfrvdtywi tfaooj..t ley Madison just south of U.S. 9O..i ;
Rev. Marcus Morrison,. piejtiadey 7:36 pja.at. l
Sc&ol (every Sady .7:90 ...... .-4473MLANB ""-.. i Deland-Enterprise-Turner Plant Just south of' Deland ,I

except fifth Sunday) lO'Preaehfaj h.. WHITECONGREGATIONAL' rr I.; J- <:'. -.:..,. i -: ", y Avon Park-Aron Park*Plant 1\i
Service each Saaday HGLBflEftS Ii ':t I- ." ._ ALSO OPEN In St. Petersburg-Our Dispatching Center

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r PACE six THE, JASPER, NEWS._ :a -. ,. JASPER. FLORIDA_. Friday" February, 15, 1963

Oak, formerly of Jasper is visiting Educational. annex. The outside is poets to be home in 74 more days.
LONNIE BRYAN GETS MEDAL FORt .
friends: in Jasper.' complete. The interior is being .5.
& S' done as funds are available. They Something we should -remember'
SERVICE IN VIETNAM
i Lt@t Bob and Bee Ehlert and Mrs. are working on the pay as you go x x x and let the public<< know
t Van' Leuvan went to"'AltOOna last plan. A suppef was served Thursday "The broad program: of cancer-'
Friday to buy peach trees suitable evening after work. leukemia research-as conduct by
for this section: While in that part . the American Cancer Society is
0} SU of the state they visited a sister in, Lots of us were interested in the I more comprehensive than ever before -
h 5zyiv Orlando and Bob's mother, Mrs. Circuit Rider jogging along on his ."' Last year $1.000,000 was alI -
:9Y''NLY'la.' Max Ehlert. horse--in Time Union magazine I located for leukemia research. This:

& .>" k a The peach tree idea is catchingon section-one thing we know his j year more than $2.000,000 will be

ly vq;. {,- 3YWalen z.4M1 in Hamilton. Mr. Cecil Kennedy children."In 1'invested. .
has 2 Sacres :Mr. Meadows' has 10 the year 1870 a young Florida;H.
r c : WE CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY OF NATIONAL HERO FEB 12 acres and Saturday the Fhlertsplanted minister rode horse back 245 scales] The Midway Home Demonstration -
110 trees. These orchards to bring Christianity" to Taylor, La- dub honored one of the mem-

Vachel Lindsay writes should be e: spectacle of beauty fayette and part of Madison coun I bers, Mrs. Ollie Boone when they"
.: :: "Abraham Lincoln Walks at midnight" this Spring. ties.Rev. i met Tuesday, February 5, at the
"A mourning figure walks, and will not rest. Robert Howren.Barnett,20 home of Mrs. Wes Roberson. It
Near the old courthouse, pacing up and down xxxx Miss Thelma Lewis, Mrs. Kate owned only a few books and clotheshorse | was Mrs. Boone's birthday and

And who will bring white peace -}4"j A.., Adicks and Mrs. W. A. Lewis wentto and saddle. He served 17 she was delighted with the surprise
That he may sleep again? Valdosta Sunday when Mrs. congregations. and he kept a journal I honor.
Lewis entered the hospital for a owned now by his daughter i It rained-rained but they came-
i
Miss Loulie Barnett of Lakeland. I 15 in aU-and what with the birthday
physical checkup.
"WHEN LINCOLN CAME TO SPRINGFIELD""When '
Mrs. Kate Adicks spent several This Eugene Barnett ,we talk so celebration, it was a real par
( Lincoln to Spring field about-married Bertha Smith- ty.
\
I came ; days in Jacksonville last week: .
In the ancient days '4 .:' visiting her sister Mrs. Lola Fledge was until retirement secretary of 1 5.
"The true progress in any field companies, the 8th Transportationof Queer were the streets and sketchy,? S. World Y. M. C. A}-was the sono ; FORTY-NINE YEARS IN
of endeavor is made by an accumulation i. Ft. Bragg, N. C. and the 57th And he was in a maze LL Linda dardy continues to make fthis man. BU8L"iESS-l\IRS. ADICKS
series of little pluses" Gen. <,,Transport'' Co. of Ft. Lewis Wash- Leaving log cabins behind him the Dean's list at F. S. U. She now In April of that year he went to BAKERY-1914 190. ... ... ..
(Ret) Bruce C. Clarke) to members -+ington were shipped out of the For the mud streets of this place. has the 2 year record. Tallahassee district conference in Mrs. Kate Adicks accepts the ad-
' ( of Ft. Bennings Chapter of |country on highly secretive orders. Sorrow for Anne Rutledge 55. MbnticeQo and heard sermons that vice of her doctor and will extend
the American Association of Army!j;The men themselves were not told Burned in his face. Leonard Register spent last weekin influenced his life. At the southern her vacation for several weeks be-
'their destination nor the durationof of his circuit Old Town fore she her bakery. SheI
Aviators at the,main officers' Open He threw his muddy saddle bags the Medical Center in Gaines- end was re-opens
Mess' Wednesday night Jan. 23. the "military exercise". On Joshua Speed's floor '; ville getting a thoro physical checkup. Hammock I has been in'this business for more
Captain Lonnie W.- Bryan, right | Captain Bryan (then a Lietttenant ( He took off his old hat J'ti.o.:; He is back this week on the That story mades good reading. I'{than 50 years-19 years in Jasper,
I of Jasper Florida assigned to the : ) and the others landed iri South He looked around the store *. mail route. 555 !coming here in 1914.
:202nd: Transportation Company at Vietnam a small underdevelop- He shook his long hair on his bison head z .55 i Forty-nine years continuous service
Fort Benning is congratulated by(i eded country of which very few of He sat down on the 'r.pHfrve moved he saidI A dinner at the Colonial Honors| Mrs. Adicks, I believe thereIs
Major Ben Harrell, commanding the men had ever heard. Mr. and Mrs.BiB Grace of sam- Hal Tuten no other business that comes

general: of the U. S. Army Infan- j I More helicopter companies were I r son Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed-,party Mrs.at H.the R. Tuten Colonial gave hotel a dinner Tues.1 near that record.S.
try Center after receiving an Air to follow. ward Grace of Port St. Joe were
i -
MedaL Captain Bryan was one of Most of the soldiers of the first called Francis Miller Martin l"lbom.as. born Jan. 22 in Jackson- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.:Kyser evening Feb. 5th in honor of son I
I Hal's 16th birthday. Only Mr. O.-W. Norwood is planting a
Mrs. Al Martin: ) other young
nine oficers receiving the medal for of these companies returned joy-(( the day the past weekend.Mr. seedbed is
while I in Jacksonville. The I Sometimes men friends of Hal were invited. garden. His growing
I|fully home later. A num- was grandmothers so
meritorious achievement during sus j one year I
tained aerial combat support of ber of men did not return for thereis I Al Martins have a new baby a I excited they fail to phone in the and Mrs. William Kyser and I They were: Hal TUten Johnny plants ready to set. There's only
i Smith. Billy Polk Don Wethering- one hitch-the dogs in the neigh-
bitter and week old on Friday the 8th. Al and news. I three little daughters and Mrs.I I
going on
war
ground forces in Viet-Nam. Presen- a : many
I ; Fran have 3 children now Teresa I 5 Grace went to St. Augustine sight :ton, Steve Tuten, ,Jerry Strictland, : borhood! They already dug a holein
have lost their lives.
tations made dinner men
held by the were Army Aviation at a Associa-!j i The mission of ,the helicopter Ann, Joseph Lawrence and the PAUL IIENDRICK ELECTED; seeing Sunday Feb. .10. I Harold Reid. They were seated at the seed-bed. Please We're check quite yourdog's
table for the meanderings.
a special arranged
littlest one, Anna Marcia. Al BY A LANDSLIDE VOTE I
tion chapter recently in the Supper Ox's is to fly equipment, supplies
Paul Mrs. George Stephens (Zilla) I party. At a smaller table Mrs. .sure no one wants their animal to
Club of. the Main Officers' Open 'I and Vietnamese troops into areas works at the Atlantic National Bank Hendrick made big head-
Mess. i j:where communist guerillas (called and they live on Mystic Drive. lines in the Florida Alligator, last returned to Pinesview Hospital early Tuten and daughter: Ann sat. After be a nuisance. .

Captain L. W. Bryan is better ,Viet Cong) are active and to evacuate -I' Fran went to school in my' 5th week when he was elected PresI- in the week for surgery.I dinner the the young! men went in White in a I Burch :Mitchel, at home on vaca-
known to Jasper folks'' as Lonnie, I the wounded. grade and never' a Christmas dent of the University of Florida group to ballgame tion, went Saturday to Orlando to
son of Mrs. Lydia Harbudr and [ It was dangerous work made comes but I have. .a card from her. Student Body. He won. by about lenic learned something of Pen He. ?' Springs. . see his sister, Mary Joe (Mrs.
this week. It
was an
all because the pilots LOGO votes. I organizations Marvin' Jones).
sister of Mrs. Adina Simpson, more dangerous
I of Greek letters Esther Home is at home after,
: I had a nice week in Jackson Paul and his running mate sororities Burch Mit
long time residents. Lonnie is 'cur- were vulnerable to hostile groundfire appeared Mrs. Charlie Mitchel
rently stationed at Fort'Benning.- I yet could not fire back :ville, house guest of Virgie. Cone. in Bryan Lounge' to accept for the purpose of providing scholar sometime spent at St. Joseph'sHospital diet Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mitchel
bedside of her sis-
Ga. where he is a member of the only after being fired upon." This .She brought me home Sat after ta- their victory and pledge a brandof I I ships for girls needing friends to at the returned home. Jr. spent Monday in Tallahassee
further their education. This is ill when she
new Air Assault Division being for- proved to be too late in many in- king a turn by the Lake and; a I leadership the student body can the Esther herself visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Futch.
48th year of the Jax. Pen Hellenic. went surgery. was .
campout luncheon there. be proud of. Paul had 555The
med there. flew the previously
stances. Captain Bryan
I(|
I home.
The Southeastern Division meetsin ill when she rtured !
His wife Ann and children. Dile. huge "H-21" Flying Manana. been treasurer. County Home Demonstration
2, and Laurie Ann age 10 months I| On several of his many missions Mr Ed. Montgomery is preaching In his speech of acceptance (in Auburn Alabama in about 2 Janaeace Griner came home Fashion Show is set for March 28.
are with him. Lonnie returned in i he was shot at, with bullets, peirc-. a series of sermons "Sermons from part) "Our election was the deci-II weeks. Virgie Cone is a delegate last weekend from F. S. U. to as- All dresses must be in the Jasper

October from Viet Nam. I I ing the helicopter. Somehow hand e a Scientist." Feb. 24, the Presbyterian sion of all the studentsindependents from Jax. . I',sure herself that her mother Mrs. office March 16.
In November 1961 two helicopter I I his crew escaped serious in- begin Revival services- fraternity and sorority mem Mr. and Mrs. Russell Goff of I II Bennie Griner'was"recovered from .Mara 19 the Jasper Commute
I Rev. Mr. Bronson Matnew preach bers... I iSMcAlnin. were here Sundav to!I bums received when her ,dress will meet at the Home Demonstration -
ing. Our election was a mandate!.,see her- sister- Mrs. Nancy Wether-- caught from an open fire. office in the morning to write

rA' JRae t2. $y.8 JY.fBlrcI S. from the campus. For us to drop!ington who is ill in the hospital. the descriptions of the dresses 'to
Jasper continually gets news !the obligation would be the worst J 555 I S. I be worn in the show. It is thoughtthis
good news of Jasper folks out in insult this campus has ever seen".1[ Woodrow and Ann Hancock and I FAMILIES OF THE LATE MR.. will be the dress revue they

You should know that our the front. Wife Karen becomes First ladyto sons Bud and Harry all of Mel lAND MRS. LOWS TUTEN have had. Keep the date open-

/ --- I place is the) BEST place to 555 nearly 13,000 students. She is assistant I bourne were here the the weekendof A REUNION March 28. .

.. /\" choose buikfiing supplies- Drop I Dr. Jesse :Mitchell Jr. is quoted t'I program director of Fla. the 10th to see their parents Mr. I I 'Mrs. Iris Tuten of Deland. Mrs.
=--- \ by and we'll show you why our in Todays Health" published by Union and is an advisor to the I and Mrs. F. M. Hancock. Mr. and 'I Jeff TUten and daughter Kathy of At the Rally Day at the First
: rfi' -' materials fill the bill.USED American Medical association- student committees. Mrs. Hancock Sr. are not weft and Miami arrived the last of the week Baptist Church Tuesday there were
:i a-/F /"J. :
.
/ II / J Quote. "Dead teeth salvaged. With ii* i some of the children come each for a visit with the families here. fourteen missionaries-state, home
IX 1 proper treatment, dead teeth BURCH MITCHELL LEFT weekend I'!Mrs. Florence Bourland of Texas and foreign. Among them was
i' I .. 0, f' whose nerves or pulps have been WEDNESDAY FOR CHICAGO ,was already on hand. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Durham of Nigeria, Africa,
Y :4; ,L-" ? I, T V We for I Mr. and Mrs. William F. Reynolds and :Mrs. Mean of Radio Brazil.
(: 1// : .. (- ... removed can last as long as thought sure when Burch Billy Adicks gathered the clan at
'i. 1 .
Mitchell are the proud parents of a All missionaries from foreign lands
<< / I r mal teeth xxxx by nor-I came home we'd get to their place Saturday evening for
.J t \ ONLY $50 the pulp and filling the talk with, him and so hoped he'd'nice' little son born Sunday morning supper. seem to capture the imagination
{ K ,', prevent penetration of bacteria and I have some.of his pictures here for ; j Sunday there was dinner at the perhaps because when we first
S USED I fluid. i an exhibit.. We talked but over the S S5 old home recently redone on a mag- knew of missionaries China wasa
phone. I Another little boy in the Hamil- long way from home!
Dr. Jesse now specializes in nificent scale by the present owner
:--. -.1Jyl( Refrigerator the "root canal". Burch is an artist of ability. He I.ton showcase Sunday was the son Wynn Tuten, youngest daughter of 5.
r- \ . graduated hi,Art at University of of Mr.. and Mrs. Billy Gamble of Mr. and'Mrs. Lollie Tuten. There Mrs. Ponce D. Sandlin is on her
Florida in 1352 Live Oak. : 'the weekend annual visit to her friend, Mrs. B.
ONLY $75 *Janice and Jack Brooks are the under Mr. Hoi- were fifteen at reunIon -
proud parents of 'little son, Ashley brook. After that he went into service ThisQrristian week, Thursday, the Advent '; of loved ones, and memories F. Wheeler down in Ovedio and
for four I ''of those not present. Jeff Tuten writes that they are partying two
SEE THEM years and when he Church is having a cleanup
: was mustered out in Chicago, Eke I from their recent building of an writes from Viet Nam that he ex I (Continued on Page 7)

"r.: .... n: 1r6 lui" a: BEFORE YOU BUY! jury thruout these encounters. I a homing pigeon he went straight I I '
tl Ii 1< South Viet Nam is a rugged ,to the Art Institute of Chicago asa 1}
i scenically beautiful country with pupil. He has had pictures inj I DON'T MISS DEDGES'
dense Jungles and swamps. The I:several of the Exhibits sent out 1
I Ii
people are backward but are frantically jby i that school. Now he is employedby
trying to educate them Carson-Tirie-Scott in their!
U/LDFKS* L CTRICAL *PLUMBING SUPPLIES selves.. The land is rich and tremendous Display section ,a large depart-

amounts of rice the ment store comparable to Marshall Cash
Asian peoples' staple-are grown. Field. He says its pleasant work
Communist North Vietnam and but the thing*he likes best is paint A
Red China need this rice for their i

". I impoverished people. This is one I ing.We hope when he comes again he

'reason they are trying to take over ,I i will, bring pictures that we can DiscountTHRU
South Viet Nam.It I(have an exhibit.
is felt that should South Viet-

Mortgage s Nam fall the U.S. could not prevent -t The February meeting of the

their taking over the entire. Woman's Club was one of the most

1 Southeast Asia, including: Thialand I interesting. It met at, the home of FEBRUARY
(Siam), Cambodia Laos, the May- Mrs. Avie. Harrell with Marjorie
lanyan Peninsula and others. DedgIe and Mrs. Jim Camp assist-
Many products the U. S. needs for ing
hostesses.
;H Money manufacturing and defense come The Florida Power program had 25%

from these countires.We to do with the proper lighting of 50 %
need their political support a home and'colored film of a off.r
and cannot afford to let them fall Medallion home was instructive I TO
Now Available to the communists.. But neither can as wen as entertaining. The Power
we send combat trops to Viet Nam Company
gave the door prize
In This Area! lest it provoke a full scale attack I which was drawn by Mrs. Lois On Nearly Merchandise\ In Our Store- ;

from China, as was the case in Curry. She was invited to go to the -
Korea. office and select her gift from a When Sold for Cash! ,:
We Make First Mortgage This is why American troops,are number of items Wbich she did-a
( n there living under most primitive hair dryer. ;
,,_ Loans On All conditions, education advising, Mr. Allen,,Stone of MonticeUo 3-Pc. Walnut Bedrm. Suite, reg $269, NOW 162.50
i '\. taxiing troops and suppliesandsome showed the film and answered
Types of ImprovedReal times dying. tions. ques I 3-Pc. Mahogany Bedrm., reg. $199, NOW 119.50

Mr. CoHum invited the Club lad- As Low As :
Estate Other 3-Pc. Suites Reduced to $69.00
ies to the opening of the new power I :
Pianos OrgansNew plant at EUaville' this Friday 15"

Come in and see us for loans to construct' a home- with free transportation provided Market this
.We at Atlanta -
or RemaxmfacharedKohler if requested.Mrs. : Overbought year

( *pay off an existing home mortgage, purchase a home, Curry appointed the follow
"\ ." and Cn"'cp' 1J, Kimball ing committee to carry out plans
made additions. to your present home or farm, or Ivers and Pond Henry F. Miler for a fashion show with the men We Must Make RoomFOR
F Pianos. Thomas and Kim- as models Mr*. Clinton Mitchell "
1 buy a farm. ban Transistor Organs. Chairman Mrs. Luther Martin.

and Mrs. Wjra) Fide: Mrs. Wnr. NEW MERCHANDISE
|Serving Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette Counties COLONIALHOUSE Kyser.

OF MUSIC, Inc March 5 is the date for a district .

FIRST FEDERAL 1108 N. Patterson. VaUtoia- meeting be lunch in and Live a Oak.fashion There show win to PAY CASH AND SAVE $SAT $

T follow at which time some of the
1 < Jasper Club will model.Concluding .
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATIONof
MARK TEN HOMES the full program the -

LIVE OAK. Featuring. hostesses served a delectable des- '

906 (E. Howard OAK" FO3-S433 .. 100 JTo%electee Financing toots ert The with March coffee.meeting is fine arts. J Efedge &:: Duke Furniture CoSY24961 : ;:

I i .Name..Bmsad Materials Committee: Ukna: Braswcn ; :
Office Hours: 8:30 to 3.-00 on :
ft.LIVE .Up-to-Bato DeaSf&s Chairman.
..a Mon.. Tues. Wed.
,
FrL
,
1to0o For Fun fefermatkm Contact Watch( out for the Men's Fashion .
Thurs. 8:30, a.m. to 12:30 .
pan L J. Hollowav Show. You wont want to miss that. +"--_ -. "- --. Jasper
Saturday,.8:30 am. to 1 pan. I *
c..nrr BYG1I1'
.. Mrs. Joseph Moncrief of Live'



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Friday February 15, 1963 nf".jHE: JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA _._ PAGE SEVENContinued

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CARD. OP THANKS 1 Several .l Injuries J JI l -"Hospital News Weed Grain i Garden Club Notes
I ,
1 & _We wish to thank the fire depart -W :
l 8 !/ ment and all that::helpeduwitft. the .. >:* 1 sd
eL Area Auto CrashesTwo ] r<<:.:;r- am Offers One of th foremost projects of
;
home last Tuesday. I II I _
t fire at our I the Jasper Civic dubs is to keep
'RSJi)
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Griner:I serious automobile accidents I II :\ : Advance PaymentProducers the/Sty Cemetery frttractive.fcThecaretaker
1 I the week have resulted in ', .r". '
Jerry rand Pat I II past over < ( '
II is Often
I ..... r.i I working nor ,
I
$7,000 worth of damage, an: put i S irt.i
i I I 1 who take tvs there now and its showing. During 1
4 SINGING CONVENTION FEB. 17 several patients in the hospital for cash if does not have it
the City
( from Page 6) 1963 feed grain program will re- i a very recent funeral out there
The Hamilton County Singing varying lengths of tirne Q,4 ceive payments for diverting acre- though, when a prominent pioneer available to get nd of these awful

and three times a day being near Convention meets with Corinth Baptist Last Sunday about 4:45 p.m. a:: age from the production of corn, M. citizen, beloved was being laid salamanders.

Orlando, Sanford and Winter Gar Church on Sunday, February 1952 Pontiac Coupe driven by I I i PATIENTS IX HOSPITAL-NOW T. Miller, chairman ASCS County to rest ,sportmen were firing guns The Garden dub meets this Fri

den. They spend time at these 11:> Everyone is invited. A basket Dwaine Leroy Chevalier of Hialeah Susie Harrison Committee said today. Part of the all during the interment service day at 3:30 p.m. at the Home of

places with friends. AD the friend dinner will be served on the went off the road on Route 41 about I Riley Waters estimated payment to be earnedfor and it should be that guns should Mrs. C. B. Harrison. The President

ships started when the group -\net grounds. 6.6 miles southeast on Route 41, i I Billy Jones such diversion may be paid in not be be fired so near the cemetery .-Mrs. Wa I er Havener will be pre

years ago in the North Carolina 1 1mOOntalns. i I Ray Burnett, Pres. according: to a report by State Hi-i I, Dwaine Chevalier I advance when the producer signsup for bullets could hit the caretaker siding officer

Mrs. Sandlin wrote that way Patrolman Garrett \1 i I Braswell to participate. The rest of the and many who work their lots Its nice to see new fences going
1! Gettys
they had just attended an operetta j Suwannee Baptist 1 The driver reported that he was Mrs. Adina SimpsonMrs. I diversion payment and all of the out there. up in our little country town of

in Orlando. I I Association To MeetThe passing, and found himself facingan Nettie Dees price-support payment will be Salamanders areall over the Jasper but its bad to have your
IJ oncoming car with nowhere to made next summer. place 'roses, azaleas and shrubbery cut
Suwannee Baptist Associa- Mrs. Lillian Rhodes again. These pets just ruin
News comes from Marie Adams'J!,tion will hold their Associational go but off the road. His car went Mrs. Clifford Jenkins The chairman said that this program the lawn and lots. It is understoodthat down and destroyed which you take

Fort and her husband Judge Hicks Sunday School meeting at the"West- down the shoulder into a stream of Mrs. Mildred Patterson' .: I provision should be of .substantial an exterminating company many years of hard labor to f t

Fort that are"enjoying their wood Church on Tuesday, Feb. 19 shallow water on the left side of I Mrs. Nancy WetheringtonMrs. benefit to growers who can who has trucks and men here work- started and too we do not have the

annual visit to beautiful Miami. at 7:30 the road. The carwas extensively Nellie GranthamMrs. use some extra ready cash duringthe ing often has a chemical that they authority to tresspass For it is

They go out to the races and of p.m. damaged about $3.000 and the driver Oma Lee Simian spring planting season. Signupfor shoot into the holes which will get unlawful, you know
course: in the winter time New York and one of his two passengers I' Sallie Mae Bristol Col.) the program runs from Feb. 1 rid of these pests. Many citizens' -----

entertainers are there on Miami I:were two brothers; the other Mr. sustained head lacerations. They Annie Lee Strickland (col.) thruogh March 22. who have loved one gone on and I I
Beach and really New York'sBroadway I' were taken first to Hamilton County whose lots
R. J. Camp, pushed on down the Dallas Clark (col.) Besides the payment for diver- are in the City Cemetery I
is brought. there. I state to Marion County.Dr. Hospital, and later to the Veter- Julia Mae Bristol (col.) sion of leigible cropland to approved would perhaps be glad to domte: :;
,ans' Hospital in Lake City. Fredrickel Lee (coL) conserving uses the feed
'
B. F. had a large family-4
:Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene Lang are in I
I daughters and four sons-one of Pulpwood Truck Overturns DISCHARGED SINCE FEB. 7 grain ,program for 1963 offers program ,I
Atlanta enjoying shows fun ;
t having which was Raymond J. Camp. Something that passes thru the Mrs. Lottie Jacobs participants a price-support port rate on the normal production

and fashion at the mart same and time taking in the Dr. Camp's heart was big as his 1 I mind of most drivers when a pulpwood Mrs. Betty Mercer payment on normal production of I fof' the diverted acres. On diver- I

buying pretty hone was big. His family grew up I truck passes happened in labia Tomlinson the acreage planted to feed grains !I non above the minimum amount,
clothes for
their and
store. Mary .in that atmosphere. As was the I White Springs this Wednesday af- Willie Turner (coL) In 1963. They will also qualitfy for :payment will be at 50 percent of "Even may be purchased
I Gene peace
know best
as have the .
you
II ternoon. Mrs. Nellie Law price-support lonans or purchase the county support rate. The diver *'
known in their dresses custom in those days of long ago I at too high a price .
originals I other relatives, when the need ar- According to a report by Trooper I Jim Clardy (}* agrements on their entire produc- sion payment plus,the price-support This very meanin iuul quota-
and shoes. At this
time of the
the year 'ose, came under this kindly roof I Russell, a tractor and trailer loaded Mrs. Dacie McGauley* tion from the feed grain acreage. ':payment will give farmers approximately tion originated many years ago
manufacturersfrom
all outstanding tree. There was Mrs. Camp's maiden with pulpwood was coming north James Fletcher The minimum diversion for participation the same payment they!s with a sound thinker and solid
over the United States sister Miss Lizzie Bret and two I thru White Springs, and overturnedas I Mrs. Thelma Law is 20 percent of the I received for participating in the ]!i patriot-Benjamin Franklin.
have suites at the large hotels there it went around the sharp curve I II Julia Clay (col.! ) I farm's 1963 feed grain base. The 1961 and 1962 programs.
I nephews the Webb boys, and a j Then as today, peace was an
where show
the latest fashions
they I niece. Raymond J. took over the I at the south entrance to Stephen I Mrs. Winodean Deas acreage of cron, grain sorghum, I Whfle participation in the 1963 I intangible commodity tradingat
and
stores select the
fashions our very same I operation of the mill which at that ,,Foster Memorial at 9:25 a.m. i| Mrs. Alice Gamble and barley (1958-1960 average acreage .,feed grain diversion program is varying prices in the marketplace -
that you see at Rich's or :time was a circular saw and band The flying logs knocked over a Mrs. Gloria G. ReynoldsDora .. as adjusted) will be combined +,voluntary, the price 'support payments -I of human desires and
Cohen Brothers. Both Lang's store saw mill. It grew until the outputwas I southbound Buick, and involved a I Smith (col.! ) into one total feed grain base for I I and loans-as well as the emotions. In general the average -
and Levin's
New
buy. .in* York. I the largest in the state. Plymouth following the Buick. each farm, and a farmer may divert :I diversion payments-will be avail- citizen considers peace an

I Mr. Camp married Miss Sally The Buick, bearing; a Wisconsin one or more of the feed grainsin i able only to feed grain growers I I attractive bargain at almost any
ATTENTION!!The Garden Club Powell of Jacksonville whose family license was damaged about $3,000, thetotal base. His paymentwill who carry out the program's pro price. However under certain

meets Friday February 15, at 3:30 also in the timber business and four persons sustained be made at the per-acre rate visions. is commodity -
at the home of Mrs. C. B. Harrison. I were i j| Farmers who inaerested in conditions, peace a
diverted.Payment
tions and abrasions. lacera-I for the grain are
i They had three children Ray- which can be bought too
hostess
Assisting will be Mrs. Ma-
mie mond J. Jr., John C. (Buddy) and about $1,000 damage to the on the first 20 percentof the feed grain program- should get dearly.

Bryan. [One daughter. Mrs. Walter Abel of and trailer. I acreage diversion will be madeat I| in teoch with the ASCS county j Peace of mind, when It comesto

Annie Lee and John Thigpen of Raleigh, N. C. Deputy Sheriff Russell Rhoden New ArrivalsMr. 20 percent of the county sup-I'office' at their_earliest convenience. I jour !'laundry and dry clean
New Port I The Mill in White 'I and White Springs Police Chief Fryer .. II reasonable
Richey were: here, Sunday :- Camp Springswas --- -- I lag Isa very commodity -
to see Mrs. Annie Cason.. Dr. a fortunate location. Log carts also investigated the accident. II when you rely on JASPER -
and Mrs. William F. Gambleare
and Mrs. Bruce and Mr. and Mrs.. brought logs from the forest and i Public Announcements I LAUNDRY & CLEANERS.
i I parents of a boy, Ron Clyde ,
C. B. Harrison and as many others they were floated downstread to Fla. Power HoldsOpen I i Gamble, born In Hamilton County Whether you prefer the self-ser
as they could in so short a time. a log camp opposite the town of I I vice facilities or call on in for
I I White Springs. HouseGenerating At 'Hospital Feb. 9, 1963.. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ceased late of said County, to the. pickup service the cost will

Annie McKelvey spent a week The mill burned in 1912, throwing I 'I I HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA I County .Judge at his of office Hamilton in the County.Florida courthouse II not steamroller your budget at

here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs many families out of work. This Plants"All Mr. and Mrs. William F. Reynolds IN RE: BSTATKOF of said County months r,from JASPER LAUNDRY A CLEAN

C. B. Harrison. It was during her I I was a blow to White Springs, which I I ', are parents of a'son, Jeff Ed- W. J.NOTICE TOOLS TO De *CREDITORS..**. I' time within of six the first calendar publication of this ERS.Watch

father's illness. Mr. Harrison is was at the peak; # tourist trade because residents of the communityand ward Reynolds borvin Hamilton TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES notice. Each claim or demand state shall the I for a red date on your
now and much improved. of the famous sulphur waterof Hospital Februa&10.I DISTRIBUTEES AND PERSONS be in writing and shall ticket its worth
up surrounding areas are I DEMAND place of residence and pyst office :i dry cleaning -
j OR
cordialj
CLAIMS
S. I I the Springs with weekend trains I ly invited to attend Open 'I Dr. and Mrs. ftiarold M. Nelson AGAINST HAVING SAID ESTATE. address of claimant claimant, and his agent I''I $3.00 in dry cleaning trade.
have a new daughter born in Ha- each of are herebynotified sworn to by the
IN MEMOIUAIU unloading excursionists, the hotels, our Suwannee River Plant on Friday You and you or attorney, or
file road
to
And required any filedyshall
When Mr. R. J. of White fulL milton Memorial Hospital on February demand not be I
Camp were
I I February 15, and on Sunday, claims and demands which you or Eva R. Conner --
Springs died last week, it brought The Camps are church people.Dr. .I February 17," announced J. L. Col- 11. either of you may have deceased against late the As Administer of th-
estate of W. J. TOOLE
to mind an era in the history of B. F. Camp the father-the. ]lum, Jasper District Manager for of Hamilton County. Florida to the Lawton Estate of J. Conner,. i>*cea* d LOW INTEREST
the Southland-the family life and i grandfather, founded and built the Florida Power Corporation.The Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hackle of County Judge of said County,Jasper in his First publication January i 5. 1963
at
Office at the Courthouse LONG
the economic growth-a day that I Baptist Church in White Springs. ,hours for Open House these Lake City are the proud parents of Florida within six (6) months from Jan 25, Feb. 1, 8 15Ncrrlcf TERM

is gone. I Mr. R. J. continued his allegianceas two days are: Friday, ,from 2:00to a- beby boy born February 11 in viz the tint August publication*. l1CS. of All this claims notice or LOANS
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Dr. B. F. Camp came at the close did his family. 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, from 1:30 Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City. demands not so presented will be Notice U hereby given that- the or -

of the 19th century from Virginia II "A' good name Is' precious and to 4:30 p.m. The little fellow weighed in at six barred visions, by of the limitations Laws of under Florida.the pro Board of County County CommtslonHamilton Florida request, Thru the
and bought timberland in the. rich I lives. in the lives.of loved ones and Collum said that the plant's Open pounds, 15 ounces. It has not yet Eronfa Tool. Administratrix bid for the following '
forests of Hamilton County. There friends." House tours are in honor of National been named. Feb 8. 15. %%. March 1, pd SPECIFICATIONS One hydraulic dump: body with 9 Federal Land BankLive

Electrical Week, February 10 IN THE COURT OF THE tons hoist pump and frame.
JUDGE HAMILTON Bids for the above to be- filed in Oak FO
COUNTY 2-1525
ASSOCIATE DISTRIBUTOR COLLECTORNO thru 16, which ,is being celebrated Johnny and Gwendolyn Smith COUNTY FLORIDA the office of the Clerk of the CircuitJasper ?

SELLING. SPARE TIME TO START by electric companies thr out the colored, are parents of a boy, John- I.V REiESTATE In Of Probate Court.March 6. UU. Florida.at 19.00 on a-rn.or before Said FEDERAL LAND BANKASSOCIATION

I United States. ny Lee Smith, born Feb. 3 in Ham- I,A WTO J. CONNER deceased bids will be opened on March 6, 1963
Opportunity to own a local wholesale business of your own. He pointed out: "If local civic ilton Memorial Hospital. TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS at 10:00 a.m.
Business for No needed. Maleor HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS The Board reserves the right tp -
completely set experience
up you. clubs high school classes would '
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or I
AGAINST SAID ESTATE reject any or all bids. LIVE OAK
female. No age limit if in good health. like to tour our facilities as a I You and each of you are hereby Board of County Commisstoners.

EARN UP to $400 PER MONTH PART TLME group, but cannot attend on Friday Jasper Boy Elected notified claims and and demands required to which present you any or Florida.. Hamilton. County. 311 South Ohio Avenue
You will deliver and collect from local retail stores. Must have Thelma Lewis ClerkFeb.
or Sunday we would appreciate I either of you may have against the by
auto, references and a min. $1001.47 to 2002.94. Investment.s'e'cured their contacting our local office as President Of estate of LAWTON a. CONNER, de 15.:; 22. Mar. J, 6i i
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by inventory. Write for interview giving name I'I'I
personal address, I soon as possible; we will make every ---- -
phone no. and past history to: effort to schedule a tour at'' U. of F. StudentsPaul -

MORGAN ASSOCIATES their convenience." I 1
1628 San Marco Blvd. Suite 14 CoBum said: "We are looking Hendrick, son of Mr. and ;I

Jacksonville 7. FloridaCLASSIFIED forward to seeing our friends and Mrs. John S. Hendrick of Jasper '

I neighbors and their children during |I was elected President of the Uni- important announcement i

Open House, and we're sure they versity of Florida Student body consisting

ADS will find our Suwannee River Plantto of some 12,000 students by a V

be a fascinating operation." I vast This majority is considered recently.one of the to all farmers who grow corn] :

i FOR RENT Furnished Apt I "
pen, baby rocker baby vanity. Will #
honors student of the
highest .
Phone SY2- 771 or SY2-6791 tfc sell separately or together. Also Jennings Hi University of Florida a may receive. ?, t *I.., eW "1.:, '

FARM WANTED Have customer Electric stove, 13 subic foot refrigerator Senior Chatterby i!This in itself speaks well of Paul's attend 'i'
with $10,000 cash, wants G. E. Automatic washer past and future. i You are invited to a j
23 inch T-V, all about a year old,
farm land in Hamilton County. Paul as a student of Jasper High '
good $100 for Serious Us .. .
as new our equity in .e ..
Call W. L. Bryan, SY2-2985 or: School was outstanding in all of .4 i ;
.
aH and take up 10 small payments Yes siree come Thursday nightall ,
Robert Ehlert, SY2-633L Registered I his activities.First of all in beingan
remaining. CaD SY 2-3942 Itc i of the pretty girls of our school
Real Estate Brokers. tfc will tr yout fro the title of "Miss A student, he was outstandingin :

HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper In ,Jennings High School" Hope you his 4-H acttivities having been CORN CLINIC
REPAIRS-We repair all types good location near hospital suit- all can come. President of his local?club, leaderIn

TV and radios also small, ap able for two apartments. $7,000. We really have some honorable livestock production member of j

pliances. Manning Radio Service Call W. L. Bryan SY2-2985, or people in our class oh, I mean State 4-H Swines Producers con-

,Jasper. SY 2-4421. tfe. Robert Ehlert, SY26331. Reg. Real those who make the honor roll On test runner-up in the State 4-H;

FARMS WANTED IF YOU Estate Brokers. Other property B honor roll were the fDowing:,, public speaking contest State Sec- Jasper .
also available. tfc retary of 4-H Council National ih Town:. .
would like to sell your farm Ben Bates, Jerry Blah. Brenda j '
Butler. Edna Creech S. M. fleas Representative to India and many W. : .
see us. We have calls for farms SEVERAL USED REFR1GERATORS more areas of competition. Place V. F. Bldg. /'t
every week. W. L. Bryan, Rex Ruth DeVaner Eddie Sullivan. ,Linda ... .
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY -Best of condition. Prier Wetherington.Then People of Hamilton County join _4 ',. # ,. ; ".'-
Monday : .
ed to rill. Mannings Radio Service Pay:_ : : '
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 we have several who have with the proud parents of Paul in '
I Jasper. Phone SY 2441 tfe. congratulating him and 'wishing ': :
had :
i perfect attendance the first 18 f .
Georgia Plate Glass, Co. NEEDED semester. They are, Rodger Avriett him the best in his future activitiesOBITUARIES. I I 4 Date- February y..a >

t VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY Ruth DeVane. Mike Selph Eddie .
.Store Fronts Time8.00 m .
t i s Mirrors Resllvered i I I in Live Oak, Florida for all your Sullivan, Linda Wetherington.Keep { .- 4: ..... P .1, ,.'r

tt Tub Enclosures Showers |I musical needs from organs and March 22 open for the :, ":- .
W'
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 j I pianos to record and record playw. wrestling match, more later aboutit. t -4' .- -

VALDOSTA j tie I MRS. J. w; DARBY it- :' r. The following topics will be discussed .
I I I The Seniors will have a heart ful Funeral services for Mrs. J. W. f< B- "
HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper: 3 j Don't Fret-Can Sweat! [of hearts on Thursday. Darby 54, were held Tuesday' at : WEE CONTROL l -use of modem farm chemicals for weed con- .

bedrooms near downtown. $7500. i Sweat's Radiator Service |I S. M. Deas went to the State Fairin 3:00 p.m. in the chapel of Harry T. i' tool-problem associated: with conventional weed control practices ,
I Let us show you this one only one Tampa over the weekend. So did Reid Funeral Home r of herbicides and factors
V- of weed control-application
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35 Years in Radiator Business In i -econom
of several listed with Robert Ehlert I
'I Jerry. They had fun so we hear. Mrs. Darby a resident of Jas- rt herbicides in the mil
Valdosta Radiators Cleaned., I affecting their performance-residual effects
with W. L. Bryan SY2-
SY2-6331.
or
I Ben surely likes Jasper. per, passed away Sunday night in
2985 Registered Real Estate Brokers -I Recored Repaired 'I Linda was, absent from school Florida, hospital i ,
tfc. Can Truds, Tractors I I a Gainesville ? R SIlL HtSECT C IITIteUmeCydeaainagecaused- level.opment
I Monday Betty and Joyce surely Survivers include her husband.
Work GuaranteedS --- f and spread of resistance problems-control measures ) .
.+. >
looked
USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR Hwy 41, VALDOSTA* CH2-6907 lonesome. !J. W. Darby of Jasper three daughters evaluation of insecticide-economics of soil insect controL This .ti
S.U. GoJ coadIt1. $40. *.4 Hurst look out. you are being : Miss Hattie Mae Darby of .
$50. Mannings Radio Repair. GARAGE BUILDING AND large\ wached by . Jasper Mrs. Frank Chadwick of subject will be discussed only in those areas where soil insect resistance -

Jasper tfe. ot in Jasper for sale $7500. CaD Ruth is directing the J. H. S. Jacksonville; Mrs. S lvin Wood of has developed. ij.Jt -

-- Robert Ehlert. SY 2-6331 or W. L. pageant. Live Oak; her mother, Mrs. Flora ,,1 T
FOR SALE Good Modem Home Bryan SY 2-2985 Reg. Real Estate Brenda had fun over the weekend Bennett of Valdosta; one sister answering individual All '
questions.
.. : { Time has been provided for
:,
and 2 acres on paved road near Brokers. I -Jane was ome.I Mrs Doris Hershey of Jacksonville: :
} J aspen. Deep well .screened porch. I Mike had dozens of pictures one brother Vernon Haffner of .i -' ..f.. farmers,jobbers dealers county agents,extension personnel,vocatkmal : -

52500 down See W. L. Bryan. SY2- loon USED TV-Installed for made. Maybe he is going to run fro .Nashvffle, Georgia.The -",< ,! agriculture instructors and their cfasften,agricultural bankers jpn

2985 or Robert Ehlert, SY2633LtReg. I $100 and up. Mannings Radio an office. Rev. Paul Lyon officiated. ,,-:.H:: press representatives and others interested in efficient com production .

Real Estate Brokers. tfc 1 Service. SY :-."21. Jasper tfe Syl. C. W. and Chuck went visit-I Pallbearers were Barney'Burnham !etc- are cordially invited. Bring your friend and neighbor: .

ing the other night John Dedge. Paul Weber Billy {

OPPORTUNITY open for $97.50 perweek I FOR RENT Furnished apt. Eddie goes to Jacksonville Satur- Burch. Interment was In Wayfare # ,.AI' tiE .--.
man. Age 25 to 59. Also day to a debating contest. Cemetery in Echols:: C W1ty. HarryT. -
Inquire at Jasper News Office tfcWA."TED F8U8WIK& THE PROGRAM = 1
have opening for semi-retired man. Edna and Lynette have reaDy Reid Funeral Home of Jasperwas ", KFMEStWKXTS WILL XKYEB s

(Would consider lady 40 to 60.) been busy lately. They still talk in Marge -' 4 *.; I" '

l Route in Sales. community For personal.write interview J. HELP Wilson's Auto' about their trip to Valdosta. 1our:" Hot: GEIGY RicULTUR-C CHEMICALS; 1 s
your is stillpi.ng.. She has her .
Parts needs hard working out- Judy '
H. McGarity P. O. Box 627, Will- _, -creator*of chemicals for modem agriculture I
Is'here Have ak a
side salesmen. Territories in South office in the senior home room. Well heart day : -
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19mc T l-; ; '
iston, Florida. Ga. and North Florida.: For information Jackie says it is so nice to fuss- you bought your sweeti a Valentine -:

FOR SALE Baby bed and mat, write Box 655. Live Oak but,the making up is betterRomer ? Better hurry.More ,

tress, high chair stroller pl ay Florida by March 10. M8c has many silent admirers later.


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