The Jasper news
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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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''I I J Requirements ForCotton Farmers Remindedof [, Road-Budget- -- KNOWS WHOM AND HOW? Rabies cJennings In Health-Dept 1

Farmers In Feed Grain Hearing March 4 JOHrf T. MILLER SaturdayThe Warns of FluEpidemic

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The road hearing -- - -
1963 ExplainedIn SignupM. secondary budget This article originated in an atmosphere ize life at different periods of development second in the current seriesof
for District Two will
beheld: of surrounding in of
conviviality a: process continuous II.
order for farmers to protect T. Miner Chairman of the March 4 and 5 at the State Road"I an informal dinner party staged change from immaturity to a stage Rabies Clinics will be held in The local Health Department is
Jennings at the City Hall this Saturday
'their 1963 (upland or '''Exrta Long Hamilton County Agricultural Stabilization Department District Office in Lake ,in a Southern City recently.True to which approximates maturation as warning the people that a Flu epi.
March 9:00 until
Staple) cotton' history and 1564 and.Qonservatioa: ';County: City. Road Board member Ralph, type, the topics of conversation a limit. I sum. demic may be in the making and
certain Committee has Powers announced today. The, shifted rapidly front .things**' in noon... The, charge-. will be $1.50 per offers the following suggestions:
acreage allotment there are asked us to remind I The disciplinary conception" oi f --
do in hearing for Hamilton County will; general to "personalities" in 'p t.Sanitarian I vhich wffl help to prevent its
things they will have to farmers that they have until March parti education'given us bJohn Milton
J be held at 10:00 a.m, on Monday, cular. It would!; be impossibterto :Marvin Rodgers spread and complications.If .
1963 according to it- T. Miler 22 to sign up for participation in humanly tile? ;;greatest English Puritan and
Commissioners points out that the Jennings Town
4. The
March County you should have Flu
-chairman of the Agricultural Stabilization the 1963 feed grain program. reproduce here the symptoms
have made plans to attend andJasper's profound thinker will shed light on Council and Mayor are very Interested L Stay in bed to minimize severity -
I and Conservation County Only growers who are in the pro exact language employed by those the topic under consideration. Said
Government will also in getting all treated at
City pets I and to ward offf complica
J Committee. will be eligible for price who participated in the specific
gram i
} I sup- he, "Education is a of harmonious
represented according to City process this time. They have indicatedthat I tions.
: of their '63 of ePisodewhich follows below. Only
Farm cotton allotments for 1964 port crops corn grain i development of all the
i Manager Fisk. the substance of what the Town Ordinances relating 2. While you are ill do not receiVe *
will be reduced where the farmer sorghum and barley. was said will and I I
road fi- processes possibilities possessed to rabies immunization
secondary program be I' will be visitors or visit others
1 fails to plant or release at least 75 Through participation, producerswill given by an individual." By implication I j I
naked by. the 5tht: 8th and 7th centsof strictly enforced after this clinic. who have the symptoms.
f percent of his allotment to the ASC voluntarily reduce their acreAge the state gasoline tax, is tdopted In keeping'wu'l. the trend of conversation I -at least-one is left to infer The Jasper Clinic last Saturday 3. Avoid large gatherings.

I f County Committee-iii 1963. For farmers -) of one or more of the three aft%_recommendations by the in-| the wriiter bad occasionto from this statement that human nature produced 80 immunized pets, according I 4. Protect your mouth and nose
J :-> -who plant to plant as much as feed grain crops by at least 20 dividual boards of county commis refer to a prominent: local citizen I in its primitive state-undeveloped to Sanitarian Rodgers. Last when sneezing or coughing in

75 percent of their allotment, no percent of the farm's base acreage sioners. in a ratios .complimentaryfashion. and undisciplined tends year a total of 200 pets were immunized I presence of others.

, } action is needed. However, where and will put the diverted acreage The hearings determine* the secondary Call his sJune "Mr. ;X". I to be divisive, and even conflicting, In the county, and Mr. I
; the farmer knows that he will not into an approved-conservation use." road improvements to be After a brief recotSiting of his supposed operating as a series of more or Rodgers says we are running aheadof I i 5. Be aware of the risk in common

\ plant 75 percent of his allotment, be Participating farmers qualify for programmed for the fiscal year be- : virtues another member of less separate and distinct units this rate at this time. I use o ftowels. drinking

i can help himself and at the same the regular price-support loans and ginning July 1, 1963 and ending the group replied. I know "Mr. ;X"I r instead of a cohesive type of operation A White Springs Clinic will be I glasses articles., eating utensils or toilet

. time help other farmers in the purchase agreements and-in add- June 30, 1964.Powers I and like him very much. However, : that results from the disciplinary held :March 9.ATTENTION.
6 USe disposable hanker-
county by releasing all or part of ition-they will earn a diversion said the Road Depart- I have had no business dealings' processes of education when I paper

this allotment for reapportionment.Mr. payment and an extra pricesupport ment also considers recommendations j with him. Those who have had such applied to original human nature. : PET OWNERS chiefs.
Miller urges farmers who paymentThese by the boards of county com-f dealings have quite a different The educational process tends to All ordinances relating to im I The vaccine should be administered
I know now that they are goingto price-support payments missioners before adopting its pri- story to tefl. They say that he is eliminate conflicting forces and munization and control of dogs in the early fall with a booster -

'plant 75 percent of theiir allot- win be made on the normal production mary construction program. unscrupulous in business dealings practices that would seriously impede will be strictly enforced begin- ,I However each year for best results.

ment in '1963 to visit the ASCS of the 1963 acreage o fthe Following the district hearings, t and will resort to any measure to normal growth and development ning immediately after the Rab- this vaccine is not avail

I I County office, as they may be able three feed grains. Farmers who the Road Board will adopt a tenta- make a dollar. At this point a Furthermore it promotesthe ies Immunization Clinic on Saturday I able through the local Health Department -

to preserve their 1963 history feed grain 'to lives {Stock on the tive statewide budget at its monthly -i I third member of the party,injected unification of separate parts' :March 2. For further information
t acreage by releasing their allotment farm will find this on added benefit meeting April 11. This tentative (the following explanatory remarks. and results in a fixed and stabilized P. H. Wisenbaker Sr. t'Mclt with your family physician.

I for use by other farmers with Also, farmers taking part in'the I budget includes both secondary and The professor speaking of the center from which to operate. f I Mayor of JenningsA I A. W.:WISE BUYSREGISTERED
in The deadline date by all their '63 writer-has had limited opportunity -I The is to
the county. program may put crop primary >rojects. The primary i I' popular tendency regard -
,,v which the County Committee may I corn, grain sohghum, and barley I projects are J financed by the first to meet people on a practical I the life process as composed I Description of Rabies by the I i ANGUS

P accept this released acreage is under price-support loans and.purchase -I|four cents of the state gasoline tax.j I business-like way: He meets themon of separate parts or units instead!County Veterinarian Dr. William I BULLA.

March 151'96' : I I agreements. Previous programs A public hearing will be held on intellectual sOcial and religious of 'viewing it in unitary fashion'I Kyser is printed below for your I W. Wise. Jasper recently purchased -
Cotton farmers must meet cer-i 'limited price support to ,the the statewide tentative budget Fat levels where pepple always display -as an integral whole. We have become )information: ; an Aberdeen-Angus bull

tain requirements in 1963 In order normal production of the acreage. the Road Board's monthly meetingin their best behavior patterns.As accustomed to speak of Intellectual -' RABIEA from Walter Welkner, Jacksonville

to fully protect the allotment for I The ASCS county office has mail- Tallahassee May 29 and the final a result, the opinions which he I life, social life religious Rabies, aiso Known by "Hydro Florida. >

their farms in 1964. These require-e te$J information to producers, list- operating budget will be adopted forms of people are favorable and life, and the life of business and I phobia" and "mad dog" is an acute

ments ;'are: log their 1963 feed grain base acreage : in Tallahassee June 20. complimentary. commerce. This nominal division fatal encephalitis characterized by

1.Plant at least 75 percent of the I'I yields and ,payment rates to I'I'f J I i Shortly after the dinner party,I has a certain justification in prac I deranged consciousness and paral- show imaginary halucinations flies. His by bark strappings bea at
I \. 1963 allotments, or I help them figure out the pros and 1 'the writer of this article began toI tice. In the undeveloped and un- ysis. The disease is caused by a I may

'. 2. Acreage planted plus acreage |f I cons of the feed grain.program in';'! Sen. Holland I reflect and meditateupon some of disciplined stages of one's life pat-.,,virus and is transmitted chiefly by this hoarse for 3-4 howl.days.c. He may be like

f. 75 terms of their own farming operation the,topics of conversation at the tern, these segments tend to the bite of an infected animal.
be at least I
released must Heads Comm. oper-j The Paralytic He begins
of the 1963 allotment and decide whether they want,j Ag. dinner.party-that given above in ate as separate units, Rabies is found in all parts of the Stage: -

3.percent Release at least 75 percent of to participate. 't 1 Senator Spessard Holland has be- particular. Questions 'like the following a divided unpredictable self. I I world with the exception of a few (dropped by lower having an) and open mouth
to the ASC Also the folks at your ASCS I f come chairman of the Senate Appropriations *presented themselves. How In such a state of divisiveness it is ', countries which are said to be free drooling.
the 1963 Committee allotment by March' County office are available to dis-;, Subcommittee for Ag- do we come to know people? Is logical to suppose that one person'of' the disease. He may appear to stare into space
and will
County not be able swallow.
cus this program with you if you.ricutture and Related Agencies complete knowledge of any person knows another person to the extentto I The disease occurs in man dogs, to
15, 1963, or I Ii need information. Don't for-t. which he has had dealings cattle, swine horses These signs will progress until the
more one of the Senate's most powerful possible? Was the writers expressed specific sheep and a
i 4. If th entire allotment was released get, you have to sign up to partici-1 I I units, as a result of the recent reorganization opinion of "Mr. ;X" valid and with him. Since our culture I number of other domestic and wild whole body becomes paralyzed.
t in both 1961 and 1962, pate-and the deadline for signing' of the standing com- reliable? These and other similar J pattern is so strongly colored by animals. Dogs, because of their Death will come in two to five days

, somecotton must actually be up is March" 22.reapportionment. I mittees of the Senate and their questions,dt seeins. are exceeding- the threads of materialismtheshared close association with man, are the from the onset of these symptoms.

} ,., pdaritedwln i9631tofPfot ,tithe j jJ I:. ,, '" -......'"""'1I $+ oaig> nts-I"h&Io..v eterarttFlorida Jy: practical iCiuki be given and common point of con- main source of infection in maIL Cats will show very much the

allotttnenL" legislator succeeds Senator Richard areful study andv consideration. tact.A welUare apparently; faced There* are two..distinct signsoofrabies of same-symptom as dogs with"*' ,.-less.-, -.>
J Acreage in the Conservation Reserve -:I of released cotton Russell of Georgia, wHo served I They challenge our\best' thought with the-necessity of having business I In the dog L Deranged consciousness a tendency to wander sympTrit
Program of the Soil Bank at' allotments available in their county I in this' important position for 26 processes.It dealings with an individual, or the furious form, and In the horse the first Is

I the regular rate will be considered to other farms in the county by years of his 30 years in Congress. I, should be noted as a point of I before: we can know him* in a basic i 2. Paralysis, or the dumb rabies intense itching at the site of the
as land planted to allotment crops April 30, 1963, and mail allotment In order to accept the post Holland departure.in our study-that human sense form. In the typical course of rabies bite (usually the lip or nose). This

t for the purpose of meeting the notices to the operator immediately i!( was required to relinquish the nature that life is Intricately I--Business transactions are gener-.j there are three distinct stages causes extreme rubbing. The animal -

above requirements. thereafter. |'chairmanship of the Appropriations I complex and difficult to under f ally accepted by people as the acid in the dog: I may stare, paw and grab at

Mr. Miller stresses that if far- Cotton farmers are cautioned to Subcommittee for ,Deficiencies and t stand. The knowledge most ,frequently -i test of integrity and genuine char- I a. The Premonitory Stage in i', the feed box with its teeth. The
( horse attack
mers do not meet these require- contact the ASCS County Office if Supplemental; he will however, found is superficial, pre acter. Other levels of lift are too which the dog is depressed, restless I: may other horses or-
; ments their cotton allotments will they do not plan to plant at least 75 I continue to serve on this body."I I judicial and inadequate. The writer (frequently regarded as superimposed -.I irritabl'.. and avoids association man. They may bite at themselves

p be subject to reduction of up to 50 percent of their allotment in963 am very pleased to have this I I uis far from posing as an authority artificial, and added mainlyfor I with people. There may be an In- tearing out parts of their flesh. The
percent in 1964. Otherwise the 1963 history acreagefor I new' assignment' stated Senator'in this highly complicated area of I ornamental purposes, and to.creased tendency to bite strangers. horse may become totally paralyzed ) -

The ASC County Committee will the farm the county, and the Holland "for it presents an excel- I study. The study,however, is most provide a cloak of respectabilitywith I He may refuse to eat food and may or have a tendency to wander.He .
accept requests for addtional acre-' State, will be affected and possiblythe lent opportunity to be of increased fascinating. Two seemingly conflic- which to conceal unscrupulous lick at or eat indigestible items is usually dead on the fifth to-

age at the ASCS County Office until I farm eligiblity fo ra 1964 allot- service to' Florida agricultural and ting views have been advanced to ,acts of conduct. In a tnoroughly developed such as straw, dirt, wood stones the eighth day.
March 15 and then complete the ment. business interests.I' v explain the composition and func- i and disciplined state when and glass. There may be intense Cattle are restless excitable and

tion of original human nature. One Ian individual has achieved appre- itching, licking or biting- at the aggressive They stand in one

,'' Comment from the Capital; ,, .holds that it is composed of water-I I jciable maturity and selfrealization point where he was bitten. place, raise and lower their head,
tight compartments or segmentsthat these separate segments have ;I b. The Excitement Stage where try to gore other animals, may

I'! operate independently of each I become integrated and made to :'he becomes excited, restless, and have Jerking movements of the
STOPPING THE PRESSES legs. In most cases there is
other that they are separate and function: around some' basic principle I vicious with aimless attacks on any
t by Yant Nell w distinct units hi a composite or- or principles, in harmonious *I moving object or animal. He may hoarse bellow. They may rub and
bite salivate
ganism. For example one's business fashion and thereby making it i disappear and wander and wander and grit their teeth.

24 daily newspapers were correct proof is pulled, and The New York newspaperrow segment is completely separ- possible to know a person in the aimlessly over the country biting They bloated.quit There eating is and may become In-
struck by unions in.1962. Only the type is destroyed without is over more money and ated from one's religious life. true sense of that term and:to fore other dogs or cattle or any animal an
8 papers were affected in'1961. being used. shorter hours a' raise of The other view contends that life- cast his behavior when faced with [that crosses his path. He may tense straining and knuckling of
The unions involved seem When-new equipment is installed $18.45 over two years, 35 hour human nature is a unitary thing problematic situations. This condi-:1- the hind feet. They! are usually
r hellbent on putting publishers the union insists that week higher night pay, increased that it functions as a unit that it tion is attributable to the 'fact that I'crate -= dead in 12-13 days from onset of
compartments each
out of business and press the number of be sick leave and vaca- one these signs.
people same men
is an integrated whole and func- he has fixed principle or proven:
on unemployment roll Be employed at machines, even tion benefits. hermetically sealed from every Sheep usually sho wthe same
Statistics show that the wages though far fewer workers are' Recently, a Public Account- tions as such. When all the perti- value and is dominated by worthy i I I other division. On the contrary, the signs as cattle.

: of newspaper workers rank at needed. ability Board of 3 judges, nent facts are adequately known, objectives. I fully matured life where the self is Swine ,attack other animals
the top among employees in One midwestern daily has 17 headed by Harold R. Medina, and properly related to each other I Obviously, it is practically impossible I approximately realized, would tend their They hide and oreven
nondurable goods. Maybe" this men tending two new presses. a Jurist of international repu- and to the whole organism, thereis to know a person com-\strongly to be stable and become young.
i. why more and more daily Only 8 are required.The resultis tation, respected by both labor found to be no real conflict. Both pletely whose life is fissured and I capable of being comprehended by gnaw at Their wound finally they
newspapers keep going! under. that the new' presses cost and management alike for his points of view serve to character-continues to be divided into sep- [other people with marked becomeparalyzed and die.
Detroit, Cleveland Milwaukee more to run than. the old impeccable chraeter and strict accur- Clinical diagnosis is made bythese
and, recently New York, ones did. impartiality, held Bertram I;acy.. Until this process of unification signs in the field. Confirmation
are some of the major cities Power, union head, respon- THE AMERICAN WAY \ II is achieved until all segments
Ii where were strike- A southern pressmen's local ia must>)> is made in the laboratory -
newspapers sible for the shutdown. of life are brought into har-
wont allow' the handle
bound in 1962. .(New York and men by examining the brain for
Cleveland are still out at this more than a single press. Judge! Medina, who presidedover mony 'and made to show a spirit particular bodies produced by the
Detroit Another thiS also the Communist trials of solidarity and cooperation, life
writing) has the dubious daily concentration of the virus in this
honor of 8 newspaper, <> :from the midwest installeda "shocking"1949 called. the union demands 18tlt I processes.?-human nature'9v ll remain area and, or ,by injection of the
strikes, in 7 chute to ,slide bandies of '
years. unpredictable no fixed
Soie big.newspapers across His 'report accused the .K I standard Infected brain into laboratory mice
no focal point from which
the country make money.'Most Printers Union of "An inten- 1 Nsti14 Ii make to. reproduce signs of the disease.
liar been losing income to tion to shutdown the papers -i aFO uct r Ito soundings, The control of rabies in an area
and to negotiations susn conclusion, when someone asks Is vaccination outs
TV an4 suburban dailies, :and" x postpone r by dog population -
weeklies., Am labor. eoiU spiral, until the publishers were you if you know "Mr. X" the answer to reduce the spread to man
most of tbe.bi! citT) .papersgoout'ofbins forced. to surrender." I will have to be hedged aboutby and livestock. In areas where
: o>; merge with The report further stated a series of conditional:'factors.
occurs in cattle these herds
one another to enfeoata/ that the union did not presentits i One's opinion of another person
years:ag ;'orer 500:citit had -I total demands until 15 minutes 'tends to.be valid and reliable when are vaccinated.In .
chill:. Capers. Today only 58M before ,tH; .old '',eonfrsft. this area <*t,Florida wildlife
lni? ?*?* .. remain,. expired. r> made to cover the, complete reaction would seen to be the main reservoir -
'It's: 'not the, wage' Increases' ,, xdirecty la noting that tha union** pattern of;the, particular individual with the raccoon, fox, and
.And fringe} benefits that' hurtpnbiitbers J denft&ds would cost publishers' this means a unified and skunk as the most potential source
as as, therestrksti.'uiilon IN' week Judge I harmoniously developed
., iauch a per man r personality. .
f ,"" for spread to the dog In reee t
; weelt;'rtthstis He4aas report called this if justified
Rarely ever are we
>Sbc1t>>dt,1.'Ii6er'; : pipers ontotracks. deU"17- figure "An amount: which years bats have been incriminates
mates his paper enid, aave. The tmion', beat this exceeded the total benefits in: claiming complete knowledge in the spread of rabies and may bea
yea if he.. lam Barer/by euttag, 8V feet. contracts even of our best known and intimate -
9 00,000 a ,, eonldorganise ( Sained under aX the very important reservoir.
b. ymeehsaniealoden .. rom,the.ebttta,'Three men arerequired tit'the past 10 years". friend. The fact Iswe do
"n .- ; : t\ 'to'lead'eaV'tivck:; Tfceae demands are sereralthaec.aboTtt' not fully and completely know our- HELPJ
:+ ? to'unfon rfi'tTulX.v when: :one would+ be aoplfu : -tto .lAdministrao.ti selves due to conditions operating
'EYer-'near of"dead'horse! It.:took: a:itiiete'allow| : .a ', 'Bogus.!.. Reset? All these Detroit: paper: -to"ran, its own+ "is'strangely silent. i / trt ively. The famous aphorism is
terms. refer to ,setting; tmneessaJ3l -, mail room: according to the Who and if a contract is t I IIli
-.< type. ,Union: contractsuirepapersto'sttype business"manager: Prior; to signed, the money.loss to both singularly applicable.
,,. : for the strike!,, the union. did, all 'W'Ot'hn and publishers will There is so much bad in the best
:'..,aU,. a .'"icon" to. pafier in' matter The, putter wrote, the. pay Some of the papers may not the worst of usit doesn't be- e
'1>l 'or1''J. ,cz?ting sank checks. This sasar claims surrire. hoove any one of us to talk about
be'made'' without 'settinrranjrall. union work: roles add-3O to Once again, a union has the rest of "
The union de. bo>tai, ;rates.. us.
: :type -at 'pay diaed everybody and struck. i
.F. embodied in the above
f ;sustndsntbat apdMr3ettype. Oat OB the west coast I net!! that it is only a The truth ,
: anyway.. prgsmese it made. queaion of time before public provokes wise guidance for those
; ..:u".Afte ..he! does r so ap r proof, Iher .- aid.for: &.!eJl shift .offeuwt curtails the nndiseiyllBt4 who may Inclined: to express unwarranted I II
t#-.s C9PT 'i& inad ; c.l1edtra. for': of T haamregaftSecsrax' ell -haw monopoly of union pow- opinions about other IJ

"' f', --terron:" .. ,""and._,'"corm4Tl" ..; .'-!a,si i $. .r .;L e -.:.: :ec' fcul-.mi aot BOW I, _._J The Penalty of ESkicacy ia out; 1s peopUe* J


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PACETq!9l THE ,JASPER NEWS JASPER; FLORIDA FridayMarch.I".1 1 1963 ,\

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"' ".i't . t. "BAPTISM AND THE BIBLE" .
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f ..'.f.."..j .. ... ...,...... ....- .sl! .... -.," F.l- ':_f..' ,1_ ',.- -r.j';" "t'.. .. ."' td +.:, '. "_ Ii-, ; .\ ., In an article J wo week back we Cancer 'r.t .
,, .;. """_ ,: ,: ;;, ': < 1' : '. : ; '. 4Jv<> r-' '. studied about. '"the; ..four baptisms Program ,
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."',''*.''...--Y. : : 'f"t"... .,J.jtI'! .." .\!.'..Jt' .. :- .., .. 'I;" { i:: .''.'''' .i' << .... _''...-. mentioned in the' Bible and concluded At Vets Hospital
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:"" ; -'.'"' .' 'T .: :; .\ .., Y ,_ -..' '"'t '":' which the apostle Paul spoke in Association and the American Can-

,( ,. Ephesians 45 is the baptism by 1 cer Society have planned a program -

_ immersion in water for the remission -, on cancer at the Veteran's
-"'-- -- '- - of past sins ,in the name of Hospital Auditorium in Lake City
; .' .T : .<- i the Father and of the Son ,andof March 6, Mrs. Eva M. Griffitts R. \
the Holy Spirit. Matt. 28:19, Acts''N., President of the 16th District of f

2:38 22:16, 1 Peter 32021. Since ,the Florida Nurses Association

L God attributes to baptism this lofty nounced today.

ADVERTISETHE: H HPROFESSIONAL claim of removing sins, and since !I This program is planned as part
the religious world in general refuses -of the regular monthly meeting of '

to accept this God given District no. 16. and will feature a .

fact, we now seek to investigate medical speaker and a nurse on

f.'f amore thoroughly that which we various aspects of cancer. Dr.

: ': '.' ... teach as a Bible fact in an honest John Rayl M. D. of the Veterans
'I Hospital in Lake City will speak at
effort to give a reason for thehope
that lieth within us, as Peter says ,7:30 p.m. on Cancer of the lung and
we must I Pet. 3:15. Now if I teach !!Its treatment. Miss Virginia Barckjley -

I that baptism essential to our! R. N., Nursing Consultant of
salvation and I be found wrong, the National Office of the American

I then I have become guilty of per- ,'Cancer Society in New York, will \
WAY verting the scriptures and stand speak on the "PhsychologicaJ As-

I condemned in the sight of God ac- pects of Cancer Nursing" at 8:15

cording to Gal. lS-9. Also 2nd p.m.

,', -'. ;.. I John 9. However, if God's word!I| Miss Barcktey was formally with

.... ... "'-1'.1... ... proves that I am not perverting the :the State of Pennsylvania and
.. c. ; ,,_.- 't.? I scriptures and baptism is indeed ,'i!worked in the Department of MentaL -

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.: : : J : : {; '': I who teach that it is not essential to I I I weeks speaking tour throughout

:J6.>>' I '.:Jr salvation must of necessity\ acceptthe Florida
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;t .' .'Jf !,..,. consequences of their stand being Dr. Frank W. Henderson M. D.

.. a perversion of those Holy scrip District Medical Advisor o fthe
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: : S ;j\a\ : ." tures and the same condemnationlies American Cancer Society will bring
., 'd" : ':", upon their heads.In the welcome from the Society and

.. t" 'B' this study I would like for you I I Mrs. Eva Griffitts. R. N. will bring:
.:'. to read and study the 6th chapter)I eret tings from the District no 16
: : \ :..: >' ;, i.6. Nurses. t
: of the book of Romans verses 3 i
yi thru 6, which I believe will Mrs. Griffitts emphasizes that
.. proveto I
.:w. "j. :. registered nurses licensed practical
the decerning reader the neces-
.. .. .
: .'" ,i :' .' sity of baptism before salvation. I nurses and student nurses in '

p '.'. '. ; Paul writes beginning with verse the Lake City area including Hamilton -
. .. and Columbia
," ," ; ;' ''' 3 "Know ye not. that so many of I Suwannee I
Counties are invited to attend. Any
4 : s us as were baptized into Jesus
::" I retired or inactive nurses are especially
I Christ, were baptized into his death
/'' We are therefore buried with him : welcomed.
There is no fee for this Profes-
,,',f ; : by baptism into death: that like as sional Education Program.J. .
; Christ was raised up from the dead i t
: :;. : by the glory of the Father even so'' Herrmann R. N r 1

You GetATTENTION '. "r'c \ ', we also should walk in newness of I ReporterELEM.

., : ;, e ,:< life. For if we have been planted GIRLS 4-H
',', together in the likeness of his deathwe I

.; }" ;:: shall be also in the likeness of I CLUB MEETSThe

':' .. -. his resurrection. Knowing this, that j jour Jasper Elementary Girls
; t'f-; ;.. ..t .
L ;; -" i\n.: old man is cruficied with him 4-H Club meeting was called to
": that the body of sin might be destroyed order We had the devotional and

;. atil' ..f that hence forth we shouldnot then the president turned the meetIng -
.. -
... serve sin.: over the leader.
'i.. One would think that the preceed I After that the leader gave out some

'k Power Packed ing verses* of divine writ would!; cookie books. Then she gave us a

H show to anyone desirious of the!i piece of paper to paste furnitureon

truth of God ,the necessity of bap- it
tism before salvation but such is I Linda Morgan

a .;.: :'. 7 not the case. This being true wel I Reporter
will show other scriptures which) .
when put along with these should i t WHITE SPRINGS. 4-H CLUB

I serve to help us to see what is the J I MEETS
truth of God about baptism. We..1 I The White Springs monthly 4-H

.. (will begin by showing a fact accepted -|Club Meeting was held Thursday.
GETTING I; by all and then work ', February 21 1963 at White Springs
h from there. This fact being that: High School. The meeting was called
I one cannot be saved who is spiritually to order by our president, Lelna

of Christ, to this I feel,i Cason. Our devotional leader, ,
4" that all will readily agree, and if Rheba Morgan gave devotion. The .
I so our point about baptism will ; roll was called. The minutes of the .

have been proven. Notice in the con last meeting was read by our

text of the book of Romans which/ Secretary, Paula Allison.

t 1 we are studying that Paul says The meeting was then turned
.. BUSINESS BOOSTING I "Know ye not that so many of us over to Paula Allison who announced -

as were baptized into Jesus Christ'there Teina Cason. Teina gave a
\ I
\ i We have the word of God speech on personality. Mrs. White,

1 1k I showing that to 'be in Christ one our 4-H leader, talked to us about

''f..;;:;:1 [must be baptized into him. But making a speech. She also talkedto

there is more which we should us about furniture arrangement.

notice that being that we are baptized II Reporter Daisy Mehon
into his death.
Our hope for eternal life is the LOCAL INSURANCEREPRESENTATIVE
Advertising let that Christ shed his blood, QUALIFIES
this is also another recognized and FOR PRESIDENTS CLUBB.

believed fact among the religious E. Bryan, local representativeof
wprld and is pointed our in these Gulf Ufe Insurance Company

., .., J i words, John 3:16 "For God so loved qualified for his company's 1BPresident's &
; ;
0 I the world that he gave his only Club, it was announcedby
A -, ., 4 ,. i begotten son, that whosoever be- H. M. Harrell, manager of the

y .., .1.JiIXc lieveth .on him should not perish Gulf Life district office in Gaines-
; : : :, r. i f but have everlasting life. The ville.Mr.
Jig 11\ J I r Bryan will be honored
; an
.. ; f.y giving of God's son is that which
..,'-.:t :.c.y"II .,'t :',. ". .'. ". ...'.. ;.,. _." :\ k I at the annual
I<< guest: meeting of the
": ..1 !gives us hope then and in his death
:: ( : .; :.., :' : ', : .:- 3g r'r:, ,he shed his precious blood ,and New Orleans, May 2-5. This metingwill
in. -" '. jt.. '., l ':."1..1- : ,..,.;.1",
1ct" ; feature
.4 ,> .. : .., { } : t' ,". ., there must be a way to avail our- I the newest techniquesin
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0 I selves of this blood and this God providing life and health insurance -
; .+: .l .t has provided as we notice the I service. __ -.-:
words of inspiration once again in i
was delivered Being
-.- __ Romans 6:3 the latter part says I you.
-* then made free from became
sin ye
we were baptized into his death. I I
WE CAN FURNISH I the servant of righeousness."
Baptism then is the medium thru !I II '
? ': When did these Christians become

Layout to suit your Business TJJg Jasper Jetu I i Christ which in we a contact spiritual the sense blood eand of\I I I free from Christians sin? When? Paul did says they when become -

have the hope of eternal life thru '
;they obeyed from the heart that
his blood. Just because Christ
And .,$It ., form of doctrine delivered to them (
Professional : 1
.it j died isn't sufficient because Christ And what was that form of doctrine
is the author of eternal life only
1 i to those who obey him as noted in i delivered to them? For the answerwe
I Artwork from t
i. Top Quality Stamps-Con-. Heb. 5:8-9. Let us progress fartherin must learn to rightly divide the
truth and seek for a passage
the persuit of divine truth and
to help us to a clearer understanding -
4 haim Advertising Service \ notice the 5th and 6th verses of Romans
,this passage can be foundIn
6 *' For if have been planted
1 Cor. 15 3-4 "Moreover breth
together in the likeness of his
men I declare unto you that gospel

: All Available At, ,No Extra Cost this death that of we his our shall resurrection old be man also Is in, knowing crucified the: likeness I which in also ye stand.I have preached received unto.and you wherein wMeh

ye By ye shill also
j. i .iV". .- with, that the body of sin might be be saved. If ye keep in memory
h. destroyed that henceforth we should I
} what I preached unto you, unlessye
SERVICE \ TOMORROW not serve sin." have believed in vain. For
__ ,You win please notice that this is delivered unto you that which I
: .j.. ... shaft be
a/conditional promise. We
also received how
:-- that Christ died
: '-' in the likeness of his resurrection, Ifwe
:..:.. "7.- .. ';f :..... \ : : have been planted planted to- for our sins according to the
J --' ,: scriptures and that he buried
., .1"f. ; was
in the of his death.
gethe likeness
:' and that he rose again the third day
{ /l : .. \ ... This is clearly speaking of baptismand
jf .:11. ., ._ '.'. according to the scriptures. Thoseto
makes it a necessity to salva-
-" r,, whom Paul wrote in Romans 6
; : : f .ij .r, : ; _. obeyed from the heart that
..... ,_. '- ,,..c,,.!.)It'.t' :.< ". .. ;.... .'.;.' .t'. ; : .. \' .-.,__<.-; : ....... .. "I \ deny that he is? But now let us form of doctrine delivered them
'' ff'i'lt-c. : ..... .. .... notice in the book where the
'. : ; :\.... \" ."..: '. .. '1; ..-. .' ;;.- -o.: __ ,-' .t... "y: same and that form of doctrine was the
f i' .
F apostle Is speaking to Christiansand :
same in and until
every case obeyed -
: tT : : : 'f ',,.!:_;: : : ._ ?: < '':1 i s; i -- see when they became Christian from the heart is stir
< in
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*' .,ifvW'.. :; '" .;*- Tr '. I-i.- .,. ,,..... ,. >>: '., ..'f"",,'.. some important facts are pointed their sins as we believe God's word
** -- : 1 : : .- r out for us in Romans 6:16-18 teaches. Baptism ]Is the
only thing
.... -, i :. .; < _
.:-.' 'j'f. -i !' ''';"' '' .. ,-.>..-_:...._ ... -. _..' r. ... . .... ... Know ye not that to whom ye which Is conformable to that format
field servants to obey.
; ,,,, yourselves the 'death, burial and resurrection
: "
:, 1 j .w. ij. .t 1jt J -: .. .:.. ...... .; ,' hiS whether servant of ye sin are unto to whom death or ye of obey obedience of to 01ri salvation, Therefore from past W is sins.essential

Into righetousness? But Kenneth, E. Thomas
be thanked that :ye were tb& servants Evangelist, Oak Grove
of sin. but ye have obeyed Church of Christ

rom the heart that form of doctrine 938-2091 _




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.' ity to employ counsel .to bring girl under a given age who commits -'''ter Lisa Ann are at borne from.late aid \1.l ig waS'Monday) find it. We can contend with bay-
@ : about a speedy trial. Unfortunately violation of any federal law Valdosta hospital. ,afternoon. Interment was in Riverside onets, and even pestflence but we*
I this is sometimes still true. To state statute ,or city ordinance. j I '. Cemetery White Springs. can not contend against famine."
'" ,give birth.to an idea is most worthwhile .5 !, The red birds are pointing up the Until a few weeks ago Mr. Wigginshad The Sentinel wants public meetings
f/ j I but to fail to nurture and The Methodist fish supper Thurs- tiny green buds of Spring over in made his home for many yearsin called in very town hamlet and
I cafe for the offsprings sometimes day night was a splendid success. Jennings way. The wods are gay Philadelphia. Ke had chosen to village throughout the state and let
"tJ' Il. I Ib1VfrpH I cables it to grow up in a manner From all accounts it was a success that way. One lady said they may t spend his last days in his old home planters pledge themselves, one to'
... Ob S' !I short, of its potential and our ex- socially an occassion; of gettogether be hungry. I town. He died Sunday Feb 24 at another to plant no cotton. If this'is
pectations.: : that perhaps we need certainlythat 'LakeShore hospital .Lake City. done there will be no need for
folks heard from Madison .
'i The have ,
legislation on the subject, paper
I f Have Other States Adopted This we enjoy.
Hill who flew by jet to Cali-
New Court Philosophy ? There was fish and grits and t Mrs. Leonard Conner is in Baptist insists.
SYCUIIGI'f z.. stII I 'hush fornia for his boot training in Navy.He Memorial hospital in Jax where March U 100
; a Since 1899 every state in the puppies were cooked by the years ago.
1My I United- States and most foreign made cake and coffee or tea as passed the* necessary. tests z she underwent surgery. She is doIng ,State officals are again warning

allegiance is to channel 6 for pleting a score in the Marines Mar 1,' countries have adopted some typeof one wished. The fish grits and.'i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lashley and friends nicely* for which her many Florida planters and farmers that
the early news from Tallahassee 4. He is an archetect by profession '| court into its judicial system to. hush puppies were mooked by the Marsha spent Sunday in Jacksonville are grateful. ,the shortage of food supplies in the
II Frank Pepper and Willie the weatherman -Nancy is an artist. 'handle cases of children. Incidentally -' Dixie Lilly Co. as a complement to with Marion who is in Nurses I 1 : south is rapidly becoming critical.
-then to channel 10 whichis *" : ,the Juvenile Court originated his Jasper patrons. After the bills School at St. Lukes. Marion goes to Miss Evelyn Wiggins of Talla- They point out that "the best portions
now giving an interesting trip to Charles and Dianne Hunter Car-j in our country (USA) and is our are paid it is estimated there will school at J. U. 3 days week. hasse and Mr. Thomas Wiggins II of Virginia North Carolina
New Orleans and Mardi Gras. This ter are the parents of a beautiful (,major contribution to our judical be over $200, added to the carpet . visited their father Mr. Frank Wiggins and Tennessee have been literallylaid
Tuesday morning there was an in- little girL named Joan Dee and system. All of the other courts in fund. Not bad not bad. |! Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harrison last weekend and remainedfor ( waste and despoiled by thesSuuq
terview with Tulane's Prof. of Arch was born Friday Feb 22. i our own country are copies or modi j I, a. spent several days on the weekend the funeral of their uncle Mr. )f '.(waua din jo salteABJ :

(tuecture and the attitude they .. |, fications of courts originated in Becky and Manlon Crews of Lake I 1 I with Annie and Gene McKelvey in Thomas Wiggins, Monday. part his policy to starve us into
take to redu rundown urban sections ;I Mrs. Wilmer Guest of Valdosta is j'other lands. The Juvenile Court: is :City attended the funeral of her'''Jacksonville. Mr. Harrison had a subjection. Those regiions are still
without bulldozing, which is recuperating nicely from an not only American made but the aunt :Mrs. Allen at Bony Bluff Sun check-up at that time. I March S 1863 100 years ago in the posession of the enemy and
America'c Mighty fault in in- at Emory in Atlanta. A operIation bone (iphilsophy I is one of our better export day. Becky was showing a picture I j I I I I talked to White. Springs. Wednesday -f D. B. Meginniss isv the:agent for consequently can contribute nothing -
stances or razing historical buildings from the leg was grafted in the products. 'of her grand baby dressed in a I i, the Confererate government in to the support of our Army the
that could have been saved. back, is the way we understand it. I 55 .blue velvet dress.. morning Rev. and Mrs. God- |charge of purchasing'cotton at Tal- coming year ,even were the Armyto
Dr. John Morits is head of Tu- Her Jasper friends have been interested I What Is A Juvenile Court Intended I dard Pastor of the White Springs lahassee. Persons'wishing to sell withdraw and quarter himselfelsewhere.
lane's Architure Dept. in the outcome and are gladto To Handle? What Is Its Purpose Mrs. Belle Allen of Fargo died Methodist church went to St. Pete cotton will please contact him. ." The Confederate mili-
last week at Hamilton hospital and Thursday of last week where Rev. | The Florida Sentinel looks to Florida and the other
May this trend have an influence know she is getting along 1- I Perhaps this was just as well ex- today publishes tary
f on our little towns and our humble right. 'presssed b ythe Chicago Bar years was burned at Bony Bluff Sunday Mr. Goddard preached on Fridayto another appeal by Governor cotton states for its supplies. An
beginnings. j I I'ago as anyone could describe it i(afternoon. She had many friends the congregation of his former,,Milton to planters asking them to abundance can be produced "if
l There are five major American now: and relatives in this section of the church Wesley Methodist. grow more food stuffs. The Gover- cotton is ignored and a full pro-
j I *
Orchestras in the U. S. the Boston I '-"The fundamental idea of the county and was endeared to them nor says that the war is far from vision crop is planted.
I BOY SCOUTS AT PRESBYTERIAN -' I by her loving and The John Barnett home in White
Philadelphia New York Cleve .Juvenile Court Law is that the state I lovable person- ,; over. He also says that Florida the A Florida paper describes an
CHURCH SUNDAY FEB 24 ality. Springs was ruined by fire last Fri
I land and Chicago.The I must step in and exercise guardianship 1 I only Confederate state which has experiment in washing clothes witha
The annual, Boy Scout night of Philarmonio is I day. It was saved from utter destruction -
New York over a child found under suchadverse BarbaraHendrick is a senior at not yet cotton acreage by quantity of buoveyo' root washed
Troop 98 .always gets special at- the oldest and most famous American social or individual con- F. S. U is interning!)for her practice by the faithfull work of the law. He hopes that such legislation and sliced and a tub full o hot
volunteer fire department. Living
tention. The several churches cooperate born Leonard Bernstien took ; will not be
ditions color
necessary. various
as develop crime. It proposes teaching at Maynard Evans school 1 water In this mixture
'r and claim this occassion in over as conductor in 1958 and. the a plan whereby he may be in Orlando. Two of her Class mates i j[I:in Fran the home Johnson at the a time sister were of Mrs.Mrs.'I: The Florida Sentinel endorsed the ed woflen graments; were speedily

turn. Sunday night Feb.24 they met television appearances have .won treated not as a criminal, or leg at F. S. U. Laura Higginson of J I Barnett and her daugfhter Miss i 1 Govemo's appeal to grow crops washed free from all dirt and all
in the Jasper Presbyterian church. it a wide audience of young people. ally. ,charged with a crime but asa Zephurhills and Mary Fox' such as corn, peas sugar and similar stains, without the least perceptible
Rev. E. Montgomery Jr. pastor- Toscanini was conductor in the ward of the State to receive practicalhy Bower of Brooksville are with her. I Francis. ,I provisions and supplies rather injury to any of the textures. On
Scout Master Kenneth Tuten. 30's and it was known as the I"[,I the care, custody and discipline They have taken a little house and| Mrs. Cora HUlhouse spent Sat-i i than cotton. "The planting of a cot- the contrary the washing had the
Rev. Mr. Bronson Matney of Golden Era. :I!' that are accorded the neglected are enjoying house keeping in ad- urday in Jasper with her brother ton crop with the propects before effect of fixing and brightening all
Quincy visiting evangelist gave the and *Sion* Drawdy of I and dependent child, and dition to teaching. Barbara has 5J and family Mr. and Mrs. O. S. 1 I I us." the paper says "we should colors. Even those prints that fadeIn
special sermon. At his conclusionthe ; which as the Act states "shall approximate classes of llth grade English. I Nunn. Mr. Nunn is the Coast line I regard as a ,public calamity so water alone were left intact and
Saturday on .
Boy Scouts took: over with their Lake City came over : as nearly as may be I Il station agent in Jasper fatal in its consequences that it as beautiful as new. It washes silk
ceremony and presented "God and business and took time for a visitwith that which should be given by its i l John and Ethel Lewis were sup-.' I I I ought by all;-itfrans'"be averted
Country" awards to Jim and Lee the grandparents, Mr. and parents." per guest of the John Hendrick's The funeral of Mr. Thomas C. I. We may easily: conquer;: ourselves ,I (continued six)
Corbett, son of Mr. andMrs. Alfred Mrs. Will McDonald.. 'Every Court must be concerned Saturday evening. 1 Wiggins brother of Frank and the'however, difficult' the enemy may, on page
Corbett Steve Tuten son of Mr I with three basic factors. What happened S55 - -- -- --- --
C' and Mrs. J. R. Tuten. Bobby Polk Mrs. Karl Minor, Howe had dinner I -was it a violation of law; ,'1 Friends of Mr. J. IL Candy will I
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. G. Polk. with Mrs. Maybelle Black Sunday where did it happen--was it within be glad to know he is at home from I
This was the highlight of the meet- and then they had a "sitting on the geographical limits of the the hospital. \
ing.' the front porch" visit with their bro .
, court; when did it ba.ppen-bas the
ther Joe Vickers. i 1 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Teague and
statute of limitation"run out" is it
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Willis are children Paulette Larry and Kevinof
I had mid morning hello visit too late to do anything; What can
leaving next week to make their a Roseland Fla. came up last
home in Homasassa. from daughter Virgie Cone and we do to avoid a recurrence? I
They have Friday for a visit with their mother
made many friends in Jasper who Katherine Allen ,as they went to What Age Group Goes Before The Mrs. Ollie Boone and their oldestson
regret their leaving. The Willises Auburn Ala. Virgie for a South Juvenile Court? :'(I Paul Jr. who is staying with II
4 identify themselves with the best Eastern Pan Hellanic Convention This may vary depending on l Mrs. Boone and attending J. H. S II III 4w
senior at Lee State Statutes. Generally the Juvenile -;1
interests in the community where while Katherine a I I.
ever they go and they carry the High visited relatives.: Katherine Court handles an dependency -:!I FROM. JENNINGS-
L good wishes of their friends. plans to! attend Auburn next year. (neglect) and delinquency i :j I' Mr and Airs. Henry Douglas and I.I "
m ft ft ft .v cases; up to 17 or 18 years of.age., Mrs. Weda McMannlng of Orlando I
We understand Mrs. Foster Shep-' Mrs. Wember of'the'Miami Motelin (Marriage usually makes no dif-;I are guests of Mr .and Mrs. G. M, I ... ": -
Sr. mother of Foster and Louise at ference.) I II : :
White Springs is a patient I Mills thir return to Orlando is
will take over the house vacated by Hamilton Hospital suffering from a There is a difference between a I I delayed becaue of flu i I ;:- ,'" "' ; "..>..;;: :.- :. .
Mr. and Mrs. Willis and will make back injury. minor and a juvenile, usually three I 5.5 I a zr :-' .""C' .-=

Jasper home. This pleases not only Did a Woman's Club Really Help or four years. A minor is a person Mrs. George Stephens has re- $: !.B: J.9. "t o ;" 1 ir' .a.Jtg
her children but. her. .friends. Start the Juvenile Court ? under ZL The Juvenile Court age I I turned fro Valdosta hospital and I ..
The first Juvenile Court in the (jurisdiction) therefore is not the the news is that she is recuperating
Nancy and Peter Rumpel of Jack ) was established I nicely which pleases her fiends Meets Tues. March 5 x:30..m. in
sonville have a'ovel.little"daughter world (OUcago.1889) same.What : :I.. JASPER: : ,. ; Elementary Cafeteria
Feb 14 because of the intereest and concern Is a Juvenile Delinquent?tMr.. and Mrs.*S.fiL Hill are visit'lag 1 ,.... 'r '
born at
HospitaL They have Baptist named her. o fthe Woman's Club of Taken literally a juvenile dtelin-:. a sister in Jacksonville. j I WHITE SPRINGS :Meets Mon''March"1 t'7:30: pm" In School Cafeteria
Chicago and Cook County. At this quent is a youthful failure. Legally S55- I *** J&e
Hilary.of Mrs.Hilary Dorman is the granddaughter fthe Hamilton -time literally hundreds of childrenwere a juvenile delinquent is a boy or Mrs. Lamar Hill and little daugh-i I JENNIGS: Meets Mon,,March 18, at'7:30 p.m.'in School Auditorium
: o with adult offen- I\? _-:"''''' --------A A --------------------.---M.--r. ....-.y..vv.- _.:"'_...? .-r'-'A..r..v" ._". _-... -W..7.--y-.r-r.v.."._
held in jail ----------------------------------- -- ? -- ---
County Hospital. Nancy and
l Hilary are spending a few days ders. Many were children neither of
who had
I born parents
with the
Runnel grand parents
down at Port Vedra. Peter is com- the knowledge or the financial

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pAGE.. ,.. FO. .. JR _..' ... '-__-.... -.Is, IIr-w..l., .. :-. :-....... i THE_ .JA_S,p E ... N._ ..'S\..-_._.._. JASPER__,.......+...w..r..w FLORIDA' __.. __ __ _...... .. Freda Y. March I, 1963
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1 -f 4- l1 BOYS GO TO TAMPA MAPJ GROVE $> Mrs. Feagle President; Mrs. Bert
63 Feed Grain' 'I ,' .HOME' DEM. MEETS 1 I Wheeler' Vice President; Mrs.
; I . You And Your School . .. ; =a Don Wetherington, Marvin Selph I "1* Linda Waldon, Secretary} Mrs.
Program Features; fjby *- .i00 l7 I A. L. Miller, Dennis Smith, Jimmy I.The Maple Grove Home,_,Dmonstratioji I Kenneth Shaw, Treasurer z ; ? Irsl.

I M *l Powell. Principal. Jasper SchoolsLast i Andrews, accompanied by Mr. Club met Wdaesday, FebtJ| I Roy Cooper. Reporter! -
rice- un or .. tically no boys and girls sitting in l Rance Andrews, county agent, and I 13 at 1:39 p.m. in the: Educational!I All the nominations were accepted
I week we discussed the problem -;ent status in this area of school cars together. About the only violation Mr. Pete Deas all went to the Tam- Building at the Methodist Onrcl1'I except, Mrs. Feagle, pres Due
PaymentGrowers .of smoking at school and our life.As in connection with this regulation -pa State Fair on Feb 15 and 16. in White Springs. The meeting' to several reasons she couldn't accept
attitude and reaction to it. This, fine as our boy-girl relationships has been for boys to find a I Our purpose in going was to judge I was called to order by Vice Presi: !..'
who take part in the week we would like to discuss an- ,now are, we feel that some place to smoke. Also the matter of 8 classes of livestock. They were dent Mrs. Roy Cooper. Devotional : The meeting was ihen turned,
1963 feed grain program will receive other school policy or regulation' discussions and cautions relative social callers at school has been Duroc, Guilts Land II,Duroc boars, I given by Mrs Forrest Lardale. Roll 'over! to Mrs. White who gave a'very
a price-support payment in that we feel is in and for the best to these relationships are in order. kept well within' bounds. We have :,Angus, Heifers Angus bulls, Here-] call and minutes read by the' interesting demonstration on
addition to the diversion payment, |!!interests of all our students and,In the first place we might needto had a few instances of boys driving 1 ford heifers Brahma heifers. We i Secretary and Treas. Mrs. Pearsall I how to choose materials. She also
according M. T. Miller Chairman -]I I the school in general. We learned : explore the idea as to just what their girl friend to and from home t arrived at the fair at 8:30 a.m. and Fourakers. 13 members were pres j showed a film on reedy made gar-
Agricultural Stabilization and long ago that up-;constitutes proper boy-girl relation- for lunch. The danger in this situ began judging at 9:30. We were finished ent. Minutes were approved as\ments.
Conservation County Committee. I '-.per. teen-age ships at high school. Thinking on ation is that it makes it hard for at 12:00. After eating dinnerwe read i Meeting was adjourned.
Such: growers will also,qualify for *f: - regular price-support loans or pur! .._ Ito. have other in- from person to person and from activities have the approval and and gave our reason for 3 classesof I ported they had nominated officersas j February 18, to make smocked plllows.
chase agreements on their 1963' terests than their school to school. knowledge of the folks at home. We t livestock; Getting; through at .follows.. .
corn grain sorghum and barley ; ; i studies. In fact One student ha4 the idea that it have known of elopements resulting -4:00 p,m., we went bask t& the fair I -
crops. they.begin to take meant the end of his speaking to from just such practices. The I and stayed until 9:30 p.m. !

The' price-support payment, the interest in each his girt friend during the school school telephone is not a device for j We spent the night at the Bay I Dine Dance
other and in this would be too View Hotel, Rising early Saturday & Nitely
Chairman explains is a new fea- day. Certainly carrying on social engagements by I[
ture of the feed grain program for I f members of the stringent and an,improper relationship our students either. We make it a 'morning, we ate breakfast and!
1963. It is a payment which will be opposite sex. This within itself. We feel that we practice of not calling a youngsterfrom went back to the fair. We stayed (No Admission Charge)
made on the "established" normal is to be expectedand .can rely on the pure conscience of his class unless it is a can I until 1:00 pjn. and then left for _
production of the acreage planted!I is as natural: as life itself. 1 most young people for them to set from his parents. We do not give I home, arriving at Jasper about
to the three feed, grains in 1963 However there are certain up and know what it takes to main- students permission to use the 7:00 p.m. we were very tired.I r BAND ON FRIDAY NITES
The same rates will apply througout amenities and niceties of all boy tain proper t>oy-girl relationshipsat school telephone except to call his think this has been an educational -
will not school. Such relationships in home experience for all of us. Admission $2.00 Couple No minors Please
the country; they vary and girl relationships that shouldbe or some emergency.We I I
loan' one respect are very much like Reporter m Smith
the regular
counties r
by as and
observed and respected whileat basketball-it is a non-contact af- trust that parents pupils I _
rates do.Rates'. school. To this end certain of fair. We believe that boys and win, have and take the time and LITTLE HICKORYFormerly
for the price-support payments our school policies and regulationswere to maintain proper opportunity to discuss this problemof JENNINGS SENIOR 4
seeking I
have been established at 18 designed with this purpose in girls relationships should be more than -proper boy and girl relationshipsat 4-H CLUB MEETS '; Country Kitchen Madison

cents per bushel for corn,,16.cents mind. careful on this point. school and see what they come The Jennings Senior 4-H Girls ,
bushel (29 cents per hundredweight with and how they feel aboutit. .
per deal up met at 8:15 in the school library. -
Our written policies that high school : '
for grain sorghum and 14 Even though teen age is to be WANM'EE: :
) with this matter follows It our purpose very The meeting was called to order :
are as : find interests other 8tHalf Pints
bushel for barley. For youngsters may tactful and considerate about this g .It A'
cents per 1. All boy and girl relationships their books, it should be by Sharon Howell. Miriam New- @
each farm, the farm bases for aID' than in matter. It will never be our purpose the devotion. We then
must be properly maintained at all that their primary some gave
three grains will be combined into to needlessly embarass any s
1 times. 2. Students must not sit in. in school is to discussed the Fashion Show. Mrs. t
feed grain base. And the rate purpose for students about this matter
of Smooth-as-silk
one 'cars around the campus during theschool and their our White gave us some hints on Giving milk and
used in determining the pricesupport get_ an_ _education_ because w* realize that it is a very I '
days. 3. Students are requested ana interests should a s\veet-as-a-dream cream
affairs ,
payment-like the diversion: social personal matter and one that re- A
payment rate--for a particular | not to have social callers be relegated to a place of secondary quires finesse and delicacy in hand- Mrs. White presented an informative will give that zostfull. refreshing -
the school day.. In'cases: of i school.
farm will depend on the kind of: during be i importance while at lings. It will be our purpose, however program on "How to Arrangethe touch to
such calls must | and ; every
feed grain taken out of production i I emergencies i This would seem to preclude ,to see to it that proper boy- Furniture in Your Bedroom,'' I
cleared through the Principal's of-; every meal. Serve it day.
of spending
the idea every
Mr. Miller pointed out that |eliminate girl relationships are maintainedat and then the meeting adjourned.
price-support payment really; I fice.Before t I possible moment of spare timeat school. Reporter Betty Sue Zant f .

serves as income insurance; it will I going into would a discussion like to of \i school with some friend one particular to the al- -- .. .. -. .. .. .. -. . ... . -. . , .J
- -
say -
be made to growers who divert at ,this problem we I II' 1 boy friend or girl j
least the minimum 20 percent of 'in behalf of our high school student j I I most complete exclusion of other Use Our

the farm's feed grain base into a I I'body as a whole that they have in- friends and interests at school. We Have a Complete Line of Quick Drive-In
dividually given as fine a spirit of
conservation use. Even if the planted I For a couple to constantly Service
cooperation and observation to of their
crop is destroyed by natural themselves from the rest
conditions, or even if part of the j I these regulations dealing with boy group is to give overtones of a .. -ON-
feed grain is fed to animals on the!!and girl relations as any group of I I serious social affair-far too t r..a C-'
with whom have AgriculturalChkiirilea1sSERVICE ;; .r .,. PURE SWEET
arm, the price support payment young people we serious for youngsters really interested ,
will be made just the same. i had the privilege to work. This is in getting an education to Ufil'sfitforalung "' MILK

Unlike the last year's feed grain j I a signal salute and compliment to portray. We do not believe that Quunandpnnc.stoo and other
whole and
our student body as a school It's cinch milkMaktsahhwithyou.
regular 'loan or purchase dating is proper during a our
the :
program that shall be able Dairy Products
agreement will be availableto |it is our hope we I' hours. We believe that formal dat- .
maintain and improve our pres-:
for after
the should
1963 program participants on ing
farm's entire 1963 production of I school hours, evenings and week-
and barleyF.H.A.LOANS- f ends. Our personal opinion is that
corn, grain sorghum will not be restricted to the nor- ATSAPFS -
for the
is not good
production of the feed grain steady M
lit .. early and middle teen-age young-
ster. We want to se our young STATION
The signup under the 1963 feed
people free and easy and casual in
in Hamilton CountyOn grain program is now under way in .
I their social relationships.We CASH
3 Beautiful Models the ASCS urges County growers Office.not to ChairmanMiller wait until have Mad exceedingly fine I' SY2-6441, Jasper, Florida I MILK: f

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(continued from page three) Woman's dub keep in mind there will be hostesses in charge < Burnham News JENKINGS'-H" CUDB-".WORKJeairiiigs Jennings Student Jasper Baseball

that Art Exhibit-Mar. 8 at 3:30 ',', : I'MEETING"P'1.ANNF.i :

"The_Serenaders. :ofJTaldosta..;, State I". Mr. La Van Robinson voice teacher By LOIS'ZIPPEREH45TEPSOE i: 4-H Qub' inen ers in- Second) In SpeechTournament Club Calls Meeting

11r win entertain. I and Mrs.obmson terestedin their ?rojects.and doing
State :
atVa3osta '
;;tifolksas : --.. .i i t pianists-are in charge of Nothing:: beforE,'Nothing:FAITH behind r w extra.work met .after.school" Man, I( For March.5

; 25th to make nitre '. .
day February
r Mrs. 'Tot 1I e e and Mrs. Joe the Serenadersu, who-will;entertain.The steps of faith. .,. .Y ." The speech class of Jennings!! According to Bill Sapp, one of the
..-- ....... aCtcheB.. are entertaining at a Coffee at.JasJer"Woman's.',:Club March. 8. FaD on the seeming void and.;.end.. I t The following girls attended: Sue High sent Eddie Sullivan and Jim II organizers, the Jasper Baseball

Saturday morning, honoring I The rock: beneath I I Butler Linda Butler, Sue Murphy Deas to the district meet. The !dub Is now a reality. They have

nicely as it. does. woolen goods. their sister_ : Mrs. ,;:Dorothy' Connelly. I The District 3 of Florida Fro.-1 John. .G.. Whiter. I(Cheryl Deas, Raynell Burnett tournament was held in Jackson-j raised the money and paid their
I s : ., ." I tion of Woman's Club will pr Rhondda Selph and Myra Sue ville at the University. i entrance fee into the Twin Rivers
A sleeping porch was a. "must" I Fashion Show at the Live Oak Club t Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Selph and I i Smith. These girls shall be working Eddie spoke on various phases of j League, and their first game win

R for health 40 years ago. You either The Woman's Club-will present a I at 2 p.m. March 5. ,Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Selph spent I on Clothing, Foods, Home Improve the "common market." These be played April 7 at Jasper with

had one or got one. Dressing in the joint art exhibit.of Mr. Joe Pember The Jasper dub is participating.'< last Friday in Jacksonville with I ments, Child Care and Gardening !speeches were extemporaneous. I the Hahira team.

warm bedroom you'd dart out on I i and Mrs. Harold Bennet artists at I The prizes are considerable. j their brother and family Mr. and{projects. They were given one hour for preparation I Bill points out, however, that a
the porch to sleep in the good cold Valdosta State March 8, The pictures Mrs. Lawrence Selph. They had; an of their speech. Eddie dida
I 1st prize A trip for 2 to I They! shall meet the last Mondayin i lot of work has to be done before

Air. Ooh! wm,hangain". the Club house I Nassau, given by Radio Station I!enjoyable day. each month. very fine job and we are very I that date, especially in the matter

and for several'-days, On. certain days; W. D. B. F. Mrs. Roswell Avriett visited Mr. proud of him. Jim did not take of forming a team and getting faa
having her mani-
seen ability
I 2nd prize $20 in cash and a certificate J'f and Mrs George Young Sr. last CARD OF THANKS part in the Tournament.Mrs. lot of practice.

LETTER.. TO THE EDITOR: ,.,**... to the winner and Club Saturday afternoon.* Truly there are no words adequate Havener took the boys to Everyone interested either in

/ represented.3rd Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lee and enough for me to express my Jacksonville. :trying out for the team, or just in-

Starts 'Easy Chair' Fund FofftospitalI : prize District certificate.'children of Jacksonville spent the gratitude of thanks to the many, a i. terested, please attend a meeting

Models must be at club by one' weeknd with their parents :Mr. and many; friends and loved ones who Jennings Hi on Tuesday, March 5, at 7:00 in I

was a patient in Hamilton Memorial Hospital for two weeks o'clock. 2 o'clock is the show. Mrs. Leonard Mc G lley. visited me so faithfully during my I Florida Power Lounge.
I long stay in the Hamilton Hospital. Senior Chatterby Their home games will be played
i recently, and was conscious of the unfailing kindness of the nurses and .
Also for the beautiful flowers i at the Jasper Athletic Field.Jimmy .
Mrs. Edward Leutner and children
attendants and the efficient medical care I received. As the days grew I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Camp Jr! Serious Us
and cards received.To Williams has been elected
into the'week and I was able to walk around I found there were many I had as their guests several clays I of Macon spent Saturday night Dr. and the whole staff in We are an so very; busy. Term | treasurer.
and Sunday with her parents, Mr. my ;i I
things needed in this hospital-things necessary for patients careand this week Mr. and Mrs. Alfred and Mrs. Joe Sullivan Mrs. Sul- general I can only say "thanks". papers, poetry studies and every I
t conveniences for the tired personnel the linens Lowe and Mr .and Mrs. Raymond thing extra that the teachers can
-- are wearing out. They from the bottom ofmy heart.
livan home with her Sunday
do,;'you know,. even in one's home. Patterson of Cranbury, New Jersey|afternoon went for several days visit. t God bless each one of you "think up." Maybe we will live Jennings FFA Wins

I was especially attracted to the needs in the Nursery. I am On Tuesday at the Raymond Camp .. | Mrs. Adina Simpson,. through all of these things.

thinking of a comfortable chair where a weary nurse might rest a moment Jr. home the Camp's and Mr. and j I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howell and I You know we are "Seniors"and i Awards at Madison\
Mrs. Horace Lewis had for lunch daughter Mrs Emie Hartman and we should have much free
even as she cares for a little one-and a, chair for .a, young I I Steer Show
; and dinner guests the Rev.
children and :Mrs. HowelTs sister,
I mother-as she holdiher: first little one, Mrs. Edwin Montgomery Jr. and' imagine.Henry time.Our of'the Senior
;I Mrs. Franklin Gaston attended the N. Witman new postman I The Jennings FFA Chapter was
a rocking chair for s re! the Rev. Bronson Jr. 'I Class
Matney, na- :wedding of their niece and cousin is Syl. :well represented in the MadisonI
And then as-I lay back in my tive of Waynesville N. C. Now Pres?|'Miss Sandra Webb in Jacksonville Miss Margaret Culbreth of Val- Ruth entertained the basketball I steer and barrow show Monday and

y- bed I gave thanks for Hamilton Hospital. byterian Pastor of the Quincy Fla. I Saturday night. Sandra is the dosta is spending her vacation at girls last Saturday to a buffet sup-I I Tuesday, February 2526.

Q, How many nights every bed is church. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lankford home this week with her parentsMr. per. They report a wonderful feast I j Monday the first day of the show
: taken and all thru the dark hoursnlTSeS I.Webb of that city. I and Mrs. Rufus Culbreth, Mar- and lots of fun. The Senior girls was for steers. The chapter had

tread back and forth watching Mrs. Margaret George Interior i I garet is employed at Southern Tele Ruth, Linda and Brenda-were given -I i one steer entered which was shown
k decorator from Atlanta spent; sever j I I Mrs. Myrtice SaWs is back with phone Company in Valdosta. a gold basketball from the other -
= the by Jim Bates. It placed ninth in
ministering answering as
her sister and Mr. and Mrs. I
al days here this week assistingMrs. family members of the team.
x" I its class. Jim Devane also had a
lights flash on. They come in so .
1i: Horace Lewis 'with the inter Charlie Deas after spending; several Judy's done got stung, and whenwe I
\ BIRTHDAY DINNER steer entered in the show which
3 quietly and speak' so gently, so re-
ior of her new home. Mrs. Georgehas weeks in Jacksonville with rela- say stung, we mean stung, by
..Sirs. Maurice Undone honored ; placed eighth in its class, and each
IA assuringly!LI her University Degree as well tives. the sharpest of all "stingers.
her sister :Mrs. George Hudson of received a white ribbon.
,>.w- had time to appreciate all this as advance education in her field Warning to Senior boys: Stay I
I I Mrs. Charles Brandies and children -I..1 Lake City with a birthday dinner at I Tuesday, the second day of the
and time to remember when we did fested in the Raymond Camp Jr. out of the Freshman Homeroom!
of Ocala are spending some her home in Valdosta Sunday Feb j show, was for barrows. The chap-
not have a hospital!-when we frantically rushed to Lake City, or Live home along with:Mrs. Camp's splendid I I time with her parents Mr. and,ruary 24. Everything was done and Namely, Ben Bates. : ter had five barrows entered, which

Oak or Valdosta, and if we had no car we would rely on some kind artistic ability one feels that Mrs. Gordon Aldreman. prepared to make this a: wonderful Hamilton County Day is in ApriL [were shown by C. W. PenningtonJr.

neighbor who just for the "cost of the gas" would come to our rescue the Lewis home will be one more I birthday." Those present to enjoy! I and Chuck Butler. The chapterhad

and even then sometimes the trip would be too long-it would be "too credit to Jasper's already many I'I Mrs. Herman Franklin and : this occasion were Mrs. GeorgeHudson Make plans to attend the wrest- three first places, and each received

late." '. pretty homes. ...1. I daughter: BettY of Perry, Fla. ,at- and children. Her brother liing match March 12. Help the a blue ribbon Jerry Blair

Hamilton Memorial Hospital is our blessing. Are we indifferentto 'tende the "Sing 'at Corinth church I and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seniors! to also had five barrows entered In
Salamander From TV Happy Birthday
story Sunday February 17. They then Shiver and children of Palatka. her We sang the show. Jerry had one first
its needs? Is our appreciation passed over? Do we take all this ChanneL Washington last Friday-
-t visited Mrs. Franklin's brother and t sister Miss Mildred Shiver of White George place and two second places. He
for granted? Harry Reasoner who is. pn TV i family Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zippererin it was his day.
{ Springs, her mother and father received one blue ribbon and two
I want to start a fund for a comfortable chair where a mother Channel four from New York each the afternoon. I Chuck C. W., and Jerry, just
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver Sr. also red ribbons.
watching thru the night might rest, or a weary nurse find a momentto day at 12:55 o'clock amazed many Mr. and Mrs. :Maurice Lindauer returned from the West-at least The steers were sold Tuesday
relax. In fact, the fund has already been started! There are many with his salamander story on Tues Mr. and Mrs. Coleman' and children of Valdosta. We hope that is where they said ,they had night at the Madison show, thechapter's
day of this wek. He that in and children of Jacksonville had been later. they told
who will
thankful mothers 'and fathers
grateful patients-there are I Mrs. Hudson has many more "hap steer was bought by Hill
want to have a part in this. The gift may be small_or large-dimes Russia they claim that salaman- j dinner Saturdaywith" Mrs Coleman's -'py birthdays" us they were directing the stock I and Browne Company of Jasper
ders can stay beaneth the frozen brother and family Mr .and I show over at Madison.
: And then after that for 35 cents Jim De-
or dollars-so that it grows and grows quickly. per pound.
ground for 5000 years and when Mrs. Harlon Burnham. I Mrs. Rufus Culbreth and children -: ,,Ben fias a poetry study readyfor
there are those who are able and perhaps would like to do something'for -. vane's stear. was bought by Mr.
dug are still firm. The story so Mr. and Mrs. Robert Culbreth
the hospital as a memorial to loved one. In some hospitals a'j I far as we know has not been disputed Mr. H. B. McNeeley is quite ill in t Ian Miss Margaret Culbreth attended .'$ammy" is working on several Pete Cunningham of Jennings for
the Veterans Hospital in Lake City. 35 cents per pound. The Jennings
room will be furnished entirely in memory of a loved one. even here in Jasper Florida the funeral of their cousin Mr. projects-one is a pretty girl! inter-
be wen and FFA the
will chapter appreciates
We hope he soon
And there are still ,the everyday things that wear out. Let us where these awful pests have Garcia Leigh in Lake Placid, Fla. Jack and Hurst are fussingi in
home again. est these men! are taking our
remember and give thanks to our God for this spendid hospital and caused much trouble; work and I, Sunday. they said it was over a sentence.

the staff and make our gratitude known. worry maybe for the same num- I :Mrs. Tommy Keeling and babyof I I | Alike Selph is ahead of every- chapter.The barrows were also sold on
ber of Year. Not do find | Mrs.. Parke Dees was confined to I' He is now working on his
Bring or send your contribution to me, or phone and I'll come only we Jacksonville has been visiting one. Tuesday night the chapter's bar-

get it. Sincerely, and with a thankful heart of love and appreciation: them in the city cemetery but over their parents Mr and Mrs. Oscar i Valdosta hospital several days last term paper. rows brought 15.40 per pound. J erry's
Adina the town. However everyone is Mills of Jasper and Mr. and :Mrs. week where she underwent sur- Eddie is getting ready for a de-
Simpson. JasperTHERE'S 15.40
for removal of tonsils. peiyxxind alsOj
gratified that the city means to gery bate **\
David recently.
A LIGHT IN THE MIGHT Keeling, The Jennings FFA chapter* feel! -
have them exterminated R Ednaand Lynette are writing the
by good
"Did you know that when you enter a hospital, the price of your exterminating Other Mr. and Mrs Hollis McCuBough Brother and Mrs. Paul' Stewart prophecy for the class-10 years that it has done we'll the past yearin
room includes three meals a day served in bed, a nightly back rub, good is that the of Tallahassee spent Sunday with .were accompanied to church Sun- from now is the time. all the hog shows which we have
a morning bath, staff doctors and nurses to care for you day and night, city dump and trash very pile will be their parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank- day by Dr. and :Mrs. Glass of Mad- Joyce helped the Ninth Grade entered We hope to continue to do
I ison. Dr. Glass is an instructor at as well the coming year.
and professional help as close as the touch of a button? removed from the south gate of the lin Gaston. J with their program.
: North Florida Junior College. We Jennings PTA Reporter,
In addition, a hospital is furnished with r is planning on having fun
expensive equipment, operating city cemetery. We hope the extermination Betty
The grace of God is the good I were glad to have them., I Ion Harry Pennington
rooms, laboratories and x-ray facilities. Still, for all these for salamanders win start cont the Senior Trip-so are we all!
which God puts into each Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sullivan of
services you pay no more than what a good hotel room would cost." I soon,for they are bad out at Ever- i I crete situation over and above all Jacksonville same home for a short I| Better be saving your pennies

(The foregoing copied from Lee Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, Ft.: Myers) green.NOT'ICE. that man can do or plan orever visit this week. i for:that new Easter outfit. Nell is real good at finding mis-
1 I i likes "the Freshman
= = J Roger I takes!
? ..;r ..;.;> .., "
----- ---A I Cass. especially the rirls. Why are those girls at the oth-
I tt &q4ig4'1rg 'Bvreh So long until old St. Patrick
: y&l/y er end of our library so quiet No

I---- one knows, but we're guessing!
.-See you at the tournament
Every boy in the class is wishing -

Remember that we h" ve everything Friday night.) for an airplane, especially since

fine in the building supply we're studying "Aviation" in Eng-
/ ( tin, and at the price you want lish.Deloris
TO HAMILTON Hello, there, once again you-all! received her six record
COUNTY TAXPAYERS to pay. See us; about it-now.
*. I know it's been a long time albums the other day Can she
since you've heard from us-but
twist? We're wondering.
4t rfw your're hearing us now, and good Gall, what big word are you

1 and. loud! looking up In the dictionary-Can't

March 31st is the J last day to pay your taxes USED T-V Our class showed off its talentIn you say your ABC's. .

s ti acting last Friday on "Ole Deborah, you're going to fall out

George's birthday. We sure were of that chair in a minute!

Without a Penalty-v! :':; ". .. :. ONLY $50 sports-dressed up in our homemade Mary Jane, why are you patting
the bead?
... ', yourself on
i4- w USED Harry made a fine announcer. He Donald, that looks like deep

AVOID 4Li'k': said he would volunteer any time studying you and Glen are doing.
.4/i4 Refrigerator our class needed him.There was Horace, how much of that can-

not one mistake made dy did yo uand Jeff eat last Fri-

: :, .&: PAY BY THE 31st! ONLY $75 Simmy disturbs the girds daring day?
L. Study Hall 'especially having
'- ..... WeD, we have to go now. Here

'., ./.'. .,.-....." ,. ,. ,->if f .. T don't care if H Ma:your SEE THEM round table is complaining discussions.Nell about. comes Mr. Jinx-bye now! 1
".# Pixie and Dixie! 1
first lovtP
?.1" \ BEFORE YOU BUY! Barbara
n ing the article for the paper -

.. Respectfully wiping; her hands clean, politely -

1 t= gave her the job. I ,

1'. .\ COMPANY We're having a tough time in
,.. .t Algebra now-We don't know the ii
f .- :- difference between studying and
Tax Collector : ;. BU/DFi S L CrR/CAL *PLUMBING U PC/FS* memorizing.

Roger and that black eye are
ft S ? R
<< A!' "'" :;;' =..:...: SY 2-3801 catching a lot of attention in our
O & I D study. halL

"Hands-off!" Especially the
"Many strokes, though with a
; blackboards in the 9th Grade home- little axe hew down and eH the

Trade In room.This hardest timber'd) oak "
That to the "Seniors and
Cat! goes For the vast majority of us
r Quick as a I Juniors!" They were put there there is little of an outstanding
for and not
us! to use as we please nature that can be accomplished

|J receive any advice from a sassy In one quick, giant step. RatherIt

Old -Strong as a tiger! No. 3-pIow tractor outworksthis (Senior guess or Junior.I you've. noticed the Seniors Is the determined picking away -
Furniturefor .T at our goals that adds up
attention in
MF 35 diesel with Multi-Power and Ferguson bur receiving gossip coh.unn-but a around to success In the long run. It is
here that the staying qualitiM
System! Now livelier than ever-with 12 forward here who else deserves as much of perserverance hold us in good
(Ha! the Seniors said the Fresh-

a new Living Room Suite, Bedroom Suite'Refrigerator speeds shift on-the-go, and a new differential lockto men do!) stead hewing, keeping away bit u* at by our bit tam until

What's this hear about
we a
wheel in slick Still theworld.s finally accomplishment is a well
stop 'spinning going.
slumber wonderwho"
or whatever party earned and deserved reality.
: you need &, )
going to dumber?
far. wonderall will be of aoeompUshmciit -
best-selling tractor-by (No There a feeling
The girls have once again as
lay tb. way for .
WE GIVE LIBERAL ALLOWANCE the usual been pushed back in a con
others 'mc-too. it.) Have you tried the you ladies. who take advantage i
;; .Y ner. Now we're last to go to lunch!

-V New MF"35? Stop in today! Linda has joined a club hard of equipment the modem at JASPER cll-iertic ZA82T: .
.- to get Unto-"The Old Specs" DRY ft CLEANERS. YooTI be 1
: Is wearing glasses and boy do
'IHtYl..tDedge now :
MASSET-FERGUSON Dealer more than caMsSed wifii the
: they look good!

: & .Du.Fthre : They'll.,rely know when our crisp new ppnusc eC ywff
cloths when yoa tit JASPERLAUNDRY
jt': t I ALBRHTON BROS. team arrives at the tournament- & CLEANERS. Try

.. It.. Ii. Why The Freshmen are on the it and se .... .... .. ........
: : 4 : Tractor Company team! Watch'for m red date on.ja

: SY2-4961.. 1' : ;;;; : ; : Jaer) .<; group:-a)Someone was "Sixteen"in the last Sophomore Friday dry cleaning ticket-to woribp

I' r LiveOk. FO 2W2361 i .oo la dry etcanfng trade. ;

-' ., .-- ... -'"' ... !J .... ..... "-,,,,' .,...._ .."... ..--. ... -.kP-:='ax ee 93LS: ..J ,: r... J ./t. and.somebody.ln" the.Freshman --
: L class couldn't keep from smiling.{


Friday,. ?. ._THE JASPER '-----
1" _"""'"---- __ _

I ) What :Shall We Say To These Thmgs Jasper P.TA. To : .' .?: ije faster jeu

Public Announcements
So' often thereIs' a misconstructtion Hospital News. Civil Defense Talk Published Every Friday ,!j
'of verses texts, and sayings t !
COUNTY .FLORIDA COUNTY JUDGE I found in'God's word; because they Jasper Parent-Teacher Association Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida
HAMILTONFLORIDA COUNTY. : taken entirely of the PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL, ON .. .. Advance
IN PROBATE. are out context .... will caeet March 5.'Tuesday at Subscriptions Strictly
: 28
; and not given proper consideration 7:30 in the Elementary School cafe-
J. TOOLS Deceuc ., A.D.GasklnsT $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County
I WOXICK TO CREDITORS I. ftt Estate as to whom is speaking
4 TO DISTRIBUTEES ALL CREDITORS.AND LEOATEKS PERSONS, BLANCHE FEARXS1DE. Deeeaae I nor to those spoken to. neither the J. Bryan teria.Major W. P. Walters, civil defense Cards of ,THanks . . $1.00 Minimum

HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAND TO PERSONS ALL CREDITORS HAVING CLAIMS AND OR subject matter under consideration Steven Alderman director of Valdosta and Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 '
AGAINST SAID Mrs. Nettie Reid
and each of you are hereby DEMANDS AGAINST SAID taking for granted to all mankindin Lowndes County will address the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers
notified and required to fil. any ESTATE: j I generaL Hooper ; group on "New Concepts and Procedures -
claims and demands which you or James Dorman ,...
You and each of you are hereby i in Civil Defense.! His talk
the The
either of you may have against Apostle Paul said: "all scripture '
estate of W. J. TOOLE. deceased late notified and required to present any is Glenn Staff: v- should enlightenIng in the GOD COUNTRY AWARDS AT SCOUT PROGRAM
6 of Hamilton County Florida to the claims and demands which you or I given by inspiration of God Mrs. Clifford Jenkins ," prove
County Judge of said County in his either of you. may have- against the ; and is profitable for dictrine for Inez Corbett "?4k. matter of what measures are best
Office Courthouse at Jasper. estate of Blanche Fearnside. deceased (
at the I
Florida within six (6) months from late of said county to the County .!,:reproof for correction for instruction Mrs. Mary Coffins j. 0 suited for a non-target area suchas 4
the first publication of this notice Judge of Hamilton County. Florida. < in righteousness: That the ours.
viz: August 8. 1963. All claim or at his office In the court house of I I' Larry HiUhouse!
demands not so presented will be said County at Jasper Florida with-I(o man of God may be perfect Dorothy Tyler (col.) T.
barred by limitations under the pro. in six calendar months from the time thoroughly furnished unto all good
Arversia Campbell ( ) FT Sis
visions of the Laws of Florida. of the first publication of this notice. .s .s
Emma Toole Administratrix Two copies of each claim or demand j I works. Of course I know that all PATIENTS DISCHARGED at 1
Feb 8, 16. 22, March 1. pd shall the place be.Jn of writing residence and and shall post state of J mankind are.i Godsf-':reafion, but SINCE LAST WEEK ; : ; MRS. BELLE ALLEN V

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S flee address of the claimant and.I cannot believe that they they can Mrs. Jean Walker t_ Mrs. Belle Allen 78, resident of
shall be to by the claimant, j+I all be
sworn classified
justly as "The man coL
COURT IN AND FOR HAMILTON and Dorothy McDuffie ( ) Fargo. Georgia died Saturday s
his agent or attorney
COUNTY. FLORIDAIN filing fee of one of God." Jesus referred to some of Lessie Brinson (col.)
PROBATE No. 1-318 panied by a morning Feb. 23, in the Hamilton
and such' claim or demand a.ccom'l them children of the I 3
as being
IB n.l Estate .f ,filed shall be void. Iola Lockett (cot) Memorial Hospital after a short illness. a'3 '
RAYMOND J. CAMP. Ilrreawl Hah Fearnside High. I I devil .and said they could not hear ftfickel Williams (ccl.yMrs. .
TO ALL NOTICE CREDITORS TO CREDITORS AND ALL I As administrator of the Estate his word. Yet some will say that Annie Cason
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR of Blanche Fearnside.deceased. l God is speaking to all mankind Mrs. Adina Simpson Survivors are two sons Franklin

DEMANDS ESTATE: AGAINST SAID I I I First publication February ZS, 196$. .and instructing! them how to live Laverne Anderson (col.) and Hamp Allen; one daughter.
YOU and each of you ARE i I Feb. 22. Mar. 1. 8. 15 what to do, and what to say and Mrs. Jewell Southall Mrs. L. W. Simians all of Fargo. *fL
HEREBY NOTIFIED AND REQUIRI I I Funeral services were held Sundayat ,
i so on, in order to receive eternal Mrs. Nettie Reid o'
ED t. present any claims and demands *{
which you. or either of you. I IN CIRCUIT COURT hfe. But this: : is not surprising ,:Mrs. Kalysta Winrmer-: *- three p.m. in Bethel Primitive i
have the Estate of! THIRD JUDICIAL I Baptist Church Elder
may against because this has been so since the near Fargo.
FLORIDA Mrs. Nita Register I
Raymond J. Camp: Deceased. late] CIRCUIT OF O. J.
of Hamilton County. Florida to the I: IN AND FOR HAMILTON days of Jesus Christ. There were Mrs. Lillie Royals ., by
h Hon. John IL McCormick. County I I COUNTY. In ChanceryMary those that asked Him what man Sadie Mae Brown'co..) : Varn Marshall and John Futch, !
Judge of Hamilton County County I
( Courthouse in Jasper Hamilton I I ICounty II Beverly Plaintiff might do to inherit eternal life; Mrs. Maggie Merrit -.. officiated.
Florida within six months | Vs. Divorce Although I have. failed to find I Mrs. Diane Carter Pallbearers were Lloyd Chaun- r
from the date of the first publicationof Vaadi Beverly. Defendant
where Jesus ever a direct answer coy, Barney Cone Alphine Griffis
this Notice. l I I NOTICE OF SUIT iIV i gave Melvin Simmons
Each claim or demand must be In THE NAME OF THE STATE OF j jOF I to such a question; more thanto Paul Hicfcman R. W. Williams John Langdale, Left to right Jim Corbett. Steve Tuten. Lee Corbett and Bobby
writing residenceand and must post' state office the address pla.ceof- of I ToVANDIE FLORIDA BEVERLY.: Route No. S. t j say that with men it is imposs-I Leon Raulerson. Honorary pall-'. Polk.

the claimant and must be sworn to .Boston. Georgia. Defendant: I f ible but not with God. Also to say bearers: Lewis Raulerson ;J. B.
Arrivals their
New These young men received God and Country awards at
by the claimant his agent or his i You are hereby required to,i eternal life is the gift of God. And,| Leviton Mack Mc :ary, James
Attorney, or it will become- void 'take notice that a suit has bees I the annual Scout Night Service held in the Presbyterian Church Sunday
cording to law. aC-1'filed in the Circuit this gift is: "to bestow with a return Fourakers Math Thrift L. W. Ed-i
against you ) Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Daley Car- February 24 2D63 with Rev. Edwin F. the
Each creditor shall deliver Court of Hamilton County. Florida. I ;" "to bestow freely.] Not a r enfield Mack Touchton. Alfred! Montgomery making presen-
cient copies of his claim to enable at Jasper, Florida, by Mary Beverly j ter are parents of a baby girl Joan Griffis Isham John tation.
the. County Judge to mail one to In which a divorce is sought to be I reward bestowed for service rendered Daugharty,
each personal representative.Dated I obtained by her from you. ; but by the grace and love of Dee Carter born February 22. She Daugharty Chandler Tomfinson. All of these boys are members of Troop 93, Jasper. Florida F.
February 1%. A. D. 19(3.
You are- further required to file weighed eight pounds 11 ounces.
Raymond J. Camp Jr. your answer to .the Complaint In Talmadge Barton Ed Cooper. Joe Kenneth Tuten, Scoutmaster.Sportsmen's .
John C. Camp the office of the Clerk of said Court God.We are heartily in favor oC the Wethering ton.Interment .
An Executors of the Last
and to serve a copy of same uponF.
Will and Testament of Raymond R Harrell. plaintiff's attorney spread of the Gospel. We trust lto do mine own will but the will of was in Bethel Ceme-
J. Camp. Deceased. at his Office in Jasper. Florida, on tery. Harry T. Reid Funeral Homeof
First publication Fe-b 22. 19(3 or before 25th day of March. A. D.. nothing we say will be miscon him that sent me. And this is the in Club Resolution Favors
Feb 22, March 1. 8. 15. 2%. 19<3 confes- strued. The commission reads Jasper was charge.
otherwise decree
1963. -
a pro Father's will which hath sent me, .
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN so will Witness be entered my hand against end you.the seal "Go ye into all the world, and that of all which he hath given me. JAMES FOUNT CALDWELL Compliance With All Wildlife LawsThe
AND FOR HAMILTON of said Court on this the 18th day preach the gospel to every crea- I should lose nothing but raise it

In COUNTY Probate.FLORIDA Sitting of February.Thelma A. D.Lewis. 1963.Clerk of ,ture." upon again at the last day." All James Fount Caldwell 79, native Hamilton County Sportsmen's Club did meet in regular monthly -

IN RE Estate of Circuit Court of Hamilton I Does it seem reasonable that God that the Father giveth me shall and former resident of Jasper died session at the Jennings High School in Jenniings. Hamilton County

3IATTIK FINCHER CASSIDY.Deceased!! (SEAL) County Florida VL would pre-determine to save all come to me." Thy people shall be last Friday night in Jacksonville. Florida on February 18, 1963 and

NOTICE OF FILING FINAL HK- Feb. 22. Mar, 1, .8, 18. UU I the race; that Jesus would bear willing in the day of thy power." Survivors are one sister. Mrs. ,

TURNS AND OF PETITION ADMINISTRATOR.FOR DISCHARGE !- the sins of all ;their only chanceof "My sheep hear my voice and I Pearl Warren Jacksonville and a WHEREAS during: said meeting the group did discuss and evaluate
NOTICE Is hereby given that I NOTICENotice salvation to come through the give unto them eternal life." "And number of nieces and nephews.
nave filed final returns Administrator is hereby given that the I the position of the Club in respect to the Charter of the organization -
my as Board of County Commissioners of Gospel; and then seven-tenths of thou hast given him power over all Funeral services were held Mon-
of the estate of MATTIE as to respect for Game and Fish laws of the State of Florida, and
Hamilton County. Florida,
request that he should'give eternal day afternoon
PINCHER CASSIDY deceased and the race die without ever havingany flesh the graveside in
that I have also filed my petition for bids SPECIFICATIONS for the following: : knowledge that the Gospel has life to as many as thou has given Evergreen Cemetery in Jasper. WHEREAS
distribution that upon and for the final 25th dischargeand day of tons One hoist hydraulic dump body Svith 8 been delivered to men? I ask. how him." "Sanctified by God the The Rev. F. E. Day officiated.Mrs. to carry out the improvement propagation and conservation of game
March 1><3. I will apply; to the iron. pump and frame. in Jesus Christ resources in Hamilton County. Florida and
John H. Bids' for the above to be tiled.In how can you believe in a system Father preserved Paul Weber Mrs. Dorothy .
Hamilton McCormick County. County Florida Judgeof for the office of.the Clerk of the Circuit which makes men's eternal salvation and called. "The wind bloweth Browning Sayer Canova Marvin '

approval of said final return and Court.March Jasper f 5. 1963 Florida.at 10:00 on a.m.or before Said dependent upon hearing the where it listeth and thou hearest O'Cain sang "Come Thou Fount of WHEREAS one of the founding principles of this organizationwas

t for final an discharge order of as distribution Administrator and for of at bids 10:00 will a.m.be opened on March 5.. 1963 Gospel .and then object to election the sound thereof but canst not Every Blessing," "Sweet Bye and to carry out the said aims of improvement, propagation and conservation

said This estate. The Board reserves the right to predestination, special redemption : tell whence it cometh and wither Bye" "the Old Rugged Cross." by and through observance and compliance, with the Laws of

M.February B. BROWN 18th Administrator 1963. I reject any Board or all of bids.County Com missioners. effectual callina that system 1 it goeth: So is every one that is Pallbearers were Dan Braswell the State of Florida and

of estate of Mattie Fincher Hamilton County called Calvinism on the ground born of the Spirit." Charlie Goolsby Payton Bembry,
Cassidy. deceased. Florida. effectual call is of God's free Crawford WHEREAS this group is dedicated to the enforcement and observation -
Feb. 22. Mar 1, 8. 15. 1963. by Thelma I that it doesn't give all men a i The Petty Aubrey L. Cowart
Lewis. Clerk chance to be saved? Does your system grace not from anything foreseenIn Robert H. Fisk. Interment was inEvergreen of the Laws of the State of Florida pertaining to Game and

give all men a chance to be man, nor fmrn.,auyy\-.power or Cemetery. Harry T. Fish resources of this-state.'- 0
_ CLASSIFIED ADS I ISEPl'IO saved? Come now let us be fair. agency in the creature.'Who Reid Funeral Home was'in charge.
How about the hundreds of millions hath saved us, and called Thereby be it resolved:

FOR SALE OR RENT Wonder FOR SALE; I who have died and the hundred us with an holy calling .not accor- CARD OF THANKHS That the Hamilton County Sportsmen's Club does hereby approve
-Baby bed and '
Bar Also Shallow well and Deep high chair, stroller mattress -,!thousand dying daily who never ding to our works but according to Words are not sufficient at this and favor strict compliance' with the Laws of the State of Florida in

well pump. 'Wonder Bar, Jasper I I pen,.baby rocker baby vanity.play.Will .heard of the Gospel- or known any-: his own purpose and grace which time but in a most humble way we respect to Game and Fish resources of this state, and
Florida ml5p sell separately j thing of the Child Of Bethlehem? was given us in Christ before the would like to express to each of you
CaD or SY together.2-3942 Where is their chance of salvation? i world began. 'By grace are ye our heart felt thanks' and gratitudefor That a copy of this resolution be appropriately entered in the

FOR RENT Furnished Apt. I I Itc Certainly not in the Gospel for saved not works lest any man the demonstration of love rendered forthcoming edition of The Jasper News and a copy furnished to the

Phone SY2-3771 or SY2-6791 tfc I I I HOUSE FOR SALE la Jasper, IA they did not hear'it. I should boast. at the passing of our beloved Florida. Ganfe and Fresh Water Fish Commission.

I I good location near hospital suitable -j i Out of the human race the great What shall we say to these things mother and grandmother Mrs. Done and resolved, in regular session, at Jennings Hamilton

FARM WANTED Have customer I for two apartments. ,$7,000.1 I Jehovah calls and saves whomsoever but that they are TRUTH! ,Hattie Dees. County State of Florida this the 18th day of February, 1963.

with $10,000 cash, wants Call W. L. Bryan. SY2-2985. or he will to the praise of his Sincerely .. >: The calls at the homes the kind ;--0* DONALD E. BALL President

farm land in Hamilton County. Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331, Reg. Real ','grace .and leaves whosoever he Leroy M: DeVane:-. words of sympathy spoken and ex- Hamilton County Sportsmen's Club

Call W L. Bryan. SY2-2985 or I Estate Brokers. Other property I will to suffer the just punishment pressed through cards the tele- .
Attest CECIL
Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331, Registered !also available. tic I I for his sins to the magnifying of .phone calls the huge array of beau
> Real Estate Brokers. tfc God's justice. The Spirit calls all Harvest a biger i tiful flowers the abundance of Secretary-Treasurer

f 80 ACRES. FOR SALE with .6 of to- ,chosen of God and redeemed by food ,the prayers and aO other

REPAIRS-We repair all type bacco. In Suwannee County. On- the Son and that call is effectual. kindnesses shown we do appre- GAGS' iLP' -

TV and radios, also small appliance I|ly J75 per acre. Call W. L. Bryan Those whom God hath predestinated CORN crop ciate. _

*. Mannings Radio Sendee,I I JSY2-2985 I or Robert Ehlert. SY2-, unto life he is pleased' in his May our Heavenly Father who

Jasper SY 2-4421. tfe.i 6331, Reg.. Real Estate Brokers for !'appointed and accepted time effect- for only pennies does all things well be with you and Mva.hzrttooo Y ono tsrotmet.

information. tic ually to caD by his Word and us atop
always.Mrs. "cr I iv
i FARMS WANTED IF YOU spirit out of that state of sin and I Etha Harrell i t+treuuitattatrv ,
would like to sell your farm, SEVERAL USED REFR1GERATORS I death in which they are by nature more an acre Mr. &Mrs. M. J. Dees i Dtpirf NAYS iRl

t see us. We hare calls for farms -Best of condition. Pric- to grace of salvation by Jesus Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller : tsP 6iS C0.

every week. _W. L. Bryan, Reg. ed to ten. Manning Radio Service Christ. I Mr. & Mrs. Parke Dees

Real Estate Broker. Phone SY Jasper. Phone SY 2441 tfe. What saith the Scripture? "For I Mr. & Mrs. Corbette Dees

2-2985 or SY 2-6331 whom he did foreknow he also did ,, Mr. & Mrs. KIrby Wells.

NEEDED predestinate to be conformed to I Mr. & Mrs. Allen B. Tyree I

Georgia Plate Glass Co. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY:1 the image of his Son. Moreover c. I and the grandchildren

.Store Fronts in Lire Oak Florida for all your j whom he ;did predestinate them he

k .Mirrors Beallvered musical- needs from organs and also called." The number called is FARM FOR SALE-120 acre- near Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE ;

.Tub Enclosures Showers piano to records and record P1a7ra. the same as the number foreknown Live Oak. Good House 169 big

"215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 tie I'. and predestinated to be, confor- #', pecan trees 1.25 acres tobacco. PER CYLINDEk SYcamore 23001HOLLOWAY'S :

VALDOSTA T'med to the image of Christ. I Price $22,500. See W. L. Bryan CASH ON DELIVERY

TAlnd Drain Field I Don't Fret-can Sweat! I "'I came down from heaven, not A uooacam crop doesn9thaw SY2-2985 or Robert Ehlert, SY2-
to cost k lot
---- -- ---- -
Sweat's Radiator Service 633L Registered Real Estate Brokers -
Cleaning J. W. Darby call after
6 p.m. M15p 35 Years in Radiator Business In MARK TEN HOMES money.down to Actually "cats tip
only .0Ce
Valdosta .0 !!
Radiators Cleaned. Featuring,. more acre.That'$tit .1
HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 Recored Repaired I
1WJ5V FinancingO cost to u0 Acuco tt. STAPLERS and STAPLES .
bedrooms near downtown, 7500. Caret;Trucks Tractors may you '
Let us show you thb one. only one Work Guaranteed No eloslng casts FOR Cow -the fertilizer: : capable All Sizes IB Stock at 1\ \ -

of several listed with Robert Ehlert I I 8 Hwy 4l. VALDOSTA. CH24907 .Namct Up-tO-Date, Brand Designs Materials of returning extra> I THE JASPER NEWS 51.2.5

SY2-6331, or with W. L,-Bryan SY2- yield of twUer-qaiSty com.You'll ., -.J HOU.OWAVV
Real Estate Brokers I TURKEY SHOOT-Saturday Feb For Full information ContactL. 1---------------.... _______ ___........ ---- -- _. -
2985 Registered get results season after ------- -- ->V-* "-< -" IT* V *l fT 'r* l' *T T re* T* l K >fc X.
tic.t 23 at Shiver Service Station in ,J. HollowayJasper season too.The reason is

Jennings at 2 p.nx itp SY 2-51S1 simple.Acxico is premium-

FARMERSIt GARAGE BUILDING AND quality plant food forma .:. .. ., ,NOTICETO
5-foot disc harrow
large. WANTED or .... .ii- -..,.:.;.-.. .
lated the need -
takes money to make ot in Jasper for sale. $7590. Can! for Farina Super A Tractor. Call to meet '" "

money. See your cooperativePCA I Robert Ehlert. SY 2-6331 or W. L Charles Tompkins. SY2-633L tic of your area,made xptc&Dy .

for a farmer-planned loan. Bryan SY 2-2985 Reg. Real Estate for this particular crop. .

I Terms up to 7 years. See North .Brokers. ;I MONUMENTS .. ; JASPER CITY": TAXPAYERS

Florida Production Credit Assoc Memorials by ROBERTS ofGa., ..... _
iation. South Ohio Avenue Live :2OOD USED TV-Installed 'for cafe of America's oldest and best 9 }
'Vf' All
$100 .. City Taxes for the 1962 both Real]
and 1i-f.C.
Oak Florida, Telephone 362-2583 up. Mannings Radio known names in Monument buil&Ing. '.. ". -,.. t year ,
Service SY 5-4421. Jasper _tfc Genuine Quarried Granite.and .< -.
i.afid personal, will become delinquent April 1.
FOR SALE Good Modem Home Marble ,carved by trained and '-
and 2 acres on paved road near FOB BENT Furnished apt. experienced Sculptors. Shipped di- ......". r J: : l: :
Jasper. Deep wen .screened porch. ,Inquire at Jasper News Office tfc rect from finishing; plant (aN.rte = There will be) interest charged after April 1

$2500 down. See W. L. Bryan SY2- Leroy M. DeVane. Factory 8. -

2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331. HELP WANTED Wilson's Auto I Representative Jennings Fla m22c and advertising costs, if necessary to advertise'

Reg. Real Estate Brokers.. tfc Parts needs, hard working out MAN WANTED for permanent .

t OPPORTUNITY open forr.so per side salesmen. Territories in South employment at-The Jasper News. Everyone is urged to have all City Taxes paid

iiave week opening man. Age for semi-retired 25 to 58. man.Also I formation Ga. and North write Box Florida BBS, Live For Oak in- be Must able have'to learn high all school phases education of print; AGRICO before April 1, 1963, to avoid increased costs

(Would consider lady 40 to 60.) by March.10. I/Re ing and Linotype, and know correct TMS,AMCMCAM AMOCWVTWHAI.CMIUCAl .) which
English and punctuation. Apply in accompany legal Collection procedures. It
Route "
I Sales. For personal ;interview USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOftSa COMfAHTAvailable

in your community .write J. C.N e.a .a, $40. M person only ltp is not the intention of the City Council to Allow
:3L $40. ,
McGarity P. O. Box 627, W11J.1 Maaalags Rath. 'R.pair,, WANTED TO Buy approximately ,

.Istcn, Florida. Jaap.r !fa, 700 feet irrigation pipe. Call the Farmers (Center delinquent taxes to run after April 1, 1963 with-

Jasper News office lipTooth

.IT'S MO -frL.... -u fr4H I( WAN.rmpike.. drag Japer 792-3911 out taking necessary steps for collection.

Harrow. :Must:be in good cnraStkai.

1 NV Irr x ,,% ;. Call the Jasper News or see Suwannee GrainLive CITY OF JASPERf

uE$ Charles Tompkins lip Oak




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