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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1963
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, I Pf ICE. l lOc PER COPY $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 15. 1963 VOLUME 93. NUMBER 1 11



I Minutes MeetingHamilton Minutes Regular Veterans Of W.W.lSeek Whether "To Go Steady" or Not-That's CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER '

.1 CountyCommissioners Monthly Meeting U. S. PensionThe ,I The QuestionJohn I' "Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About It'

Council.Monday Veterans of World War I of TO HONOR DR. BRUCE AND DR. BARNETT

j I Jasper City the U.S.A., Incx, received a Congressional T. Miller Advent Christian FOR SERVICE TO COUNTY OVER MANY YEARS
The to
answers questions that
Charter on July IS, 1958,
.1 County Minuets Gal One .- .r -* -., March 41961- involve the concept of right and
Jasper Florida eo I Jasper Florida and are now the third largest vet- Home To Dedicate ((3HXCTES OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING)
erans organization in the nation. wrong desirable or undesirabletend The regular meeting, of the Board of Directors of the Hamilton
larch 4, 1963 The City of Jasper. Florida ,met to create
The Board of County Commissioners in regular session, Monday evening This organization was the only veterans -I charged with ia spirit an atmosphere of contro New Boys' Cottage County Chamber of Commerce'was.held Monday evening March 11,

I in and for Hamilton Coun<; March 4, 1963, at 7:30 p.m. in group that fought all out fora in Jasper, with the following directors present: A. B. Tyree, Grover
in call the City Hall of the of pension during the 87th Congress.The versy. The answers"" given to the I A dedication service for the newly -
ty Florida met today sess- City Jasper under consideration !Wheeler Rance Andrews. Thomas Bridges, Watkins Saunders and
I I with the Veterans of World War question may completed Boys' Cottage win be
sion' and the following members following present: I,
Robert Ehlert. Others preseent were John C. Camp and Jim Martin
were present: Jack Vinson, Aaron Councilman Eugene' Lang, Chairman U.SJL:: Inc. were able to obtain 211 cause disagreement and stimulate j{held at the Advent Christian Home
; Hogan Grover Wheeler and Guy ; Mayor C. E. Courtoy, Councilman Congressmen's signatures to a discharge -'i'the dispositi Ito debate the issues I Ion Sunday March 17, 1963. The President Andrews read a Memorandum received from Judge

l' t I McGhin. and the following member James L. Dunaway .Attorney petition to bring their pen-. involved. Lu 'many other debat-{service will begin at 3 p.m. John H. McCormick, advising that the date for the County Teen-age

was absent: Lawton McCulley. F. B. Harrell, City Manager. R. H. sion bill to the House floor, failingby i able question-, this may prove to Dr.; Wendell Stearns Dean of Driving Road-EO has been set for Thursday, March 23, to be held at

'f 1' and the ,following business was Fisk, and Police Chief Payton Bem- a scant seven names. Pledgeswere I be a fairly balanced statement. The ;I'j"Berkshire Christian College, Lenox, 2:30 in the Courthouse area.
T. transacted bry. Absent: Councilmen Owens writer, however, is proposing to Mass., will give the
received from 369 membersof I dedicatory ser In appreciation for the many years of service given to our countyby
: Motion was made by Mr. Wler 1 i land NorrisvChairman uphold the negative side of the
( t. '. Lang called Congress that they would vote I pro mon.The Dr. J. RBruce and Dr. A. R. Barnett, a motion was made by A. B
seconded by Mr. McGhin ina} the ,
meeting position. The affirmative side
.l the school drives at Jasper. Jen:" I p I i to order asking Attorney Har- veterans favorably of for World a pension War I and bill fo rhowever, will likely capture thepoP'1lar structure new,is cottage designed, a to masonry providethe Tyree, seconded by Thomas Bridges, which carried, that the Chamber
I
Wings White Springs and JRE ;rell to open with prayer. and of Commerece sponsor a Dr. Bruce and Dr. Barnett Day possibly in
widows. fancy particularly children warm, home like set-
Lee High School in Jasper be desig- I ing The were minutes adopted of the previous meet The national organization is anxj j I that,of the adolescent contingency. ting. Included in the building area conjunction with the HanultonCoun tY Field Day, and present these two
nated by their respective municipalities as presented /
secondary upon motion by Mayor Courtoy ious to contact all veterans of the i i Parents and their children may not parlor, a recreation room ,six outstanding citizens with a plaque appropriately engraved, expressingthe

road funds as cannot streets be as expended on with a second by Councilman Duna war of 1917-1918 who are interested !|1 even share the same opinions on double' rooms for the boys .and a sincere gratitude of the citizens of Hamilton County for the many

in obtaining information on pension the question, depending upon a suite of rooms for the house par- years of faithful service which they gave to the county.
streets, and said motion wayMr.
undesignated
unanimously carried. Fisk presented a petition legislation now pending before the I i ii number of l&f&ctor&r-both; subjective ents. Thomas Bridges, chairman of the Agriculture Committee gave a

The was following resolution was signed by a group of the Merchants I i present 88th Congress. It has been land objective. :. | The cottage includes Mr. and Mrs report on his committee's progress in regard to the special Tobacco

adopted b ythe Board: discussion against the of Parking the Meters. After j estimated by many experts that Whether "to. go steady" or not, Herald Duckworth ,the housepartents Promotion project which the Chamber anticipates sponsoring duringthe

STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY action was deferred Parking Meters, our present pension bill, H.R. 2332 i does not pose as a new problem. and twelve teenage boys. 1963 Tobacco Market.

RESOLUTION ON USE OF 80% Attorney Harrell another month. introduced by Representative Win- Its techniques of study and the The family enjoys the privacy of ...... ..... .
stated the
SEVENTH CENT GAS TAX AND could not be removed until Meters Ordin- field K. Denton of Indiana on January :j findings, however, may bear the 1 their new home which allow the

OTHER SECONDARY ROAD I ance 196 passed in 1949 was re 18, 1963 will benefit over a : stamp of modernity. The practice 'cottage unit to function almost in- 42

I FUNDS YEAR 1963-64 COUNTY pealed. Chairman Lang and Councilman -:, million and a half World War I j I itself most likely, has existed 'dependently.
HAMILTON Dunaway agreed to make a veterans. Over a miDiion veterans j since the spirit of romance first In announcing the dedication service 2&

WHEREAS under Secition 208.44 canvass of all the Merchants in |will receive increases to $100 per ,began to flourish between the two Pomeroy Carter, superintendent ?

k Florida Statutes, known as Act the regards to the removal of the|I month and more than half a million i sexes, and will likely continue' 'to of the Home extended an invitation -

A "Secondary Road Assistance Meters before the next Council veterans will be added to the pen- exist until the end of the ages. to the Home's many

of Statutes 1949" and the Section State Road 339.08 Depart-Florida meeting. '!.sion rolls and receive a like amount r, The practice of "going steady"seems ]friends' to attend.'Knudsen C .S
Motion by Mayor Courtoy second I Included in the bill H.R.2332 is be
ment will receive 80% of the pro- to claiming the at- '
ceeds of this county's pro-rata de by Councilman Dunaway; that provision that will grant 434,789 tention of some modern educators. I I Electedi
share of the Seventh Cent gasoline the City' pay half) the cost for a la\ an increase to $75 per Its possible results are being carefully i j

tax. to be used as prescribed by I Agents sewer line office to the which new is colored located Coun >|l' studied and critically evaluat-i i I Director of Evans J.-wPeu- SYCU 2-4951
just
regulations o fthe said Department outside the- City limits. For further information write to 1 ed. Some school officials have already ._--
within this County as requestedby carried. Motion j Veterans of World War I, U.S.A., ruled against the practice in Products
resolution of this Board of Coun- Attorney Harrell toT" |!Inc.;' care of Perry M. Conine; I their schools' So far there have I Company St. Patrjch Day, March 17There"1S' mon last week written on one of

ty Commissioners and approved by the deeds were the Council Route 1, Box 76. Jasper Florida. i I been very few parents who have I II I The election of C. Calvert Knud- enough Irish backgroundin Dr. Bills professional cards announcing
of ready on the lotrecf'll'rtly of his office
the Department for one or more I north Florida to make St. Pat- the opening
purchased from Mr. W. B. I publicly registered their objections :sen as. a Director of Evans Products
the following purposes: Construc- for general practice of medieine-
ricks Day Mar 17 a legal holiday--
'
maintenanceand Sandlin. The Clerk was instructedto River to the existence of the practice. It i Company was announced
tion reconstruction Authority Even the 9070 N. A1A Eau Gallic They are
repair of State roads and I write check to Mr. Sandlin. has been found, however, that some I{3 March 6. a-wear-a-shamrock-day.
bridges the lease' or purchase of Motion by Mayor Courtoy second ,Seeks Slides of parents have{ even favored the'J Mr. Knudsen a corporate vice sentimental home loving families our friends- tho "friends aeross

bridges connecting State roads, the ed by Councilman Dunaway that I idea and have gone so far as to I'j president of the company fills a attest to near kinship. the miles" .
acquisition of rights of way for 5000.00 be transferred from Utili- Area sponsor the practice. [vacancy on the board of directors
For "When Irish are smiling.
Program eyes SUPPOSEJust
ty System Revenue
State roads, and the reduction of Fund to the i, '' occasioned by the retirement of J.
General Fund. Motion Carries. School officials'"may 'experience Sure, its like a morn in Spring.In suppose the Lord should be-
road and bridge indebtedness and '' of this
;
McKee in January
WHEREAS The State Road De- Motion by CouncilMan Dunway, I Do you have any color slides some difficulty in prohibiting the Lynne year, and brings the board to its the lilt of Irish laughter, you can gin tomorrow to make people as

partment has requested this County seconded, by Mayor Courtoy that showing the beautiful scenery along sym-pathetic full complement of nine. Hear the angels sing. sick as they claim to be on Sun-

Board to recommends_purpose the following monthly bills be paid. j="the Suwannee River and surround- \ Evans Knudsenwas day ..........
.' for'whfcti.,a !;roads which," Motion carried.General I j ling counties? parents. Itseathat.parents who. Before joining law When Irish hearts are happy Or suppose the Lord should take
in the Seattle
'thisTCounty's' 80% surplus gas tail Office Equipment Co. 9'.59 If you do, contact the Suwannee are properly" informed' and alert to a partner In All the world seems-brlght and gay away the'childwho the ----4..
Gates.
Federal Aid alloca- Hamilton the welfare of their children would firm of Bogle Bogle & And when Irish eyes are smiling pamrtsusei
and Secondary
County Bank (Exc.) 1.37 River Authority office! Box 99, Live as an excuse for staying away
tions should be spent for construc- The H. & W. B. Drew Co. .... 3.43 welcome the prohibition of such I[1960 he joined Aberdeen Plywoodand Sure they steal your heart away. from Church.

tion and improvement; and No. Fla. Telephone Co. .... 59.29 Oak.The Authority is preparing a practice. Moreover, parents should Veneers. Inc. which amalga- Then there's "Mother Machree"that Just suppose the Lord should make
WHEREAS the State Road De- Lake Communications ...... 33.00 always cooperate with teachers., in mated with Evans in 1961. is too sad to be !a"favorite
partment requires this informationso ,Jasper Laundry .............. 42.021 I large exhibit to be shown at fairs their efforts to and safe- Evans Products Company is a song. some people as poor as they say
that it may be considered in the Motorola ...... ............ 21.00 travel shows, conventions and hotel the promote major producer of plywood, hardboard "How Ireland its name" they are when asked to help fin-
preparation of the Annual Budgetof Leona Carter (pris. meals) 24.05 lobbies. One of the features of guard progress and welfare of and related building ma- got ance His program.Or .
the State Road Department; and Mrs. L. Fletcher, pris. meals 16.10 I I this exhibit will be a showing of' their children. The question under terials products and the country's Sure a little bit 0' Heaven fell. suppose the Lord should strike

WHEREAS this Board conferred Time-o-matic ............. 29.10 i I'a continuous series of color slides' consideration, it seems, deserves t'(leading producer of damage-pre- from out the sky one day dead all who lie about giving "or

with the State Road Dept. con- Suregas: .. .................. 34.171 I to demonstrate the unparalleled the combined study of both parents vention equipment for railroad And. it nestled, in the ocean paying their tithe, sts He did Ana
cerning the projects to be selected Scaff's Std. Station ........... 4.711 I beauty of the Suwannee River coun- I and teachers to the end that they"} In far nias and Sapphira.
freight cars. so
a
and the specifications with respect Vulcan Sign & Stamp. Div. 41.981 j'I try. I I progress and welfare of the child"|, spot away Or that the Lord should let
I And when the angels found it
W.G.D Chevrolet ...4........ 10.45 be the
thereto, ; This exhibit will be displayed may main criterion for action Took
NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RE- Lewis Mo!o- Co ............. 64.60 throughout the country. It will be 'i log a decision to the question in : sure U looked..so. sweet and fair some parents into the future
SOLVED THAT the State Road De- F. B. Harrell .. ....... 44.53 part of the Florida Showcase in I Parents who are interested in ,J hand. They are given below without I They said "Suppose we leave lit I and see what their example and
partment is hereby requested to Standard Serv. Station ....... 3.09 this particular I any explanation or elaboration: ,For it looks so peaceful there I lack of moral training did for
New York City for two weeks lat- problem and would
use such funds for construction (In- Sandlin Auto Parts .......... 63.56 1! j I Early Adolescent Period So they sprinkled] it with star dustto their children.
cluding rights of way acquisition, Slick's Welding Shop ......... 1.00 be er in this year and will probably with like to it be better equipped and practically to deal I'I 13 to 15 Inclusive I make the shamrocks grow. It's I .Selected
displayed at the next Wor1d's'Fair realistically
surveys plans maintenance etc.) Smith's Gulf Service Station 19.10 I and the only place you'll find them no *
II. Dominated by feelings
Rivers Body in New York. will find the study of, adolescent Dot enclosed a dipping! from the
of the following roads: Factory275.50 i emotions. matter where you go. Then they
Description of Project or use of King Hdwe ... .............. 8.851 Suwannee River Authority members traits most helpful and suggestive. \\t dotted it with silver to make the Miami' Herald about LilBam Smith
secondary Road Funds for 1963-64 Florida Power Corp ....... 682.92 | are anxious to have everyone There is an abundance of scientif- I 2. Judgment weak undeveloped. had who is in Jacksonville this winter. .u
lakes grand And when they
1. WHITE SPRINGS STREET: Cities Service Oil Co. ....... 169.39 : of the 12 member counties represented ically prepared literature dealing I"3. Unstable in behavior. so Miss Lil's next book now under

Beginning at Secondary Road No. Thelma Lewis .. ........ 11.25 in the slide series and with the subject of adolescence 4. Sell-conscious, self-centered. finished ;way is a frank account of her bat.
136 at Suwannee Bridge Street, go Badger Meter Mfg. Co. ...... 9.72 I they also want to show as many of I from a practical point of view. The 5. Tends to be introvertive. Sure they called. it* .Ireland tle with cancer. The title will be

east down River Street 2 blocks to Davis Meter & Supply Co. .. 50.25J. the various activities as possible logical division of the period of I 6. Easily influenced by suggestion. 'my semi-private enemy." Quote"I -

Kendrick St. thence north one blockon O. Burch Co. ............. 4.88 J such as swimming, boating, fishing. I'I'I adolescence into chronological ages 7. Inquisitive, exploratory. The editors of Holiday say every was afraid of cancer more
Kendrick St. to State Road No. Utilitie System Revenue Fund 21.45 :i J j I hunting, hiking camping water with their respective traits will I 8. Immature, undisciplined. American probably has a dash of than anything in the world. And it
I
There being no further business J the Irish in him. It is almost inevit-
I' j I 9. Needs personal attention.
25.STREETS skiing and many others. I II prove a fitting point of departure is the fear that kills. My doctoragrees"
in JASPER: Caroline the meeting adjourned.E. C. These same slides will also be for study and reflection. I 10. Pseudo-sentimental. able for in this racially packed she said In her low south

Street from State Road 25 to Attest:Chairman.. Lang I'I shown to civic clubs in Florida, I 1. Early Adolescence-ages 13 Middle Adolescent Period, society we have all grown pones em voice. _
State Road no. 51. Street in front of .' ; the romantic and violent legacyof
Inclusive! to
16 to 18
Lillian,Bembry.. City Clerk Georgia, and Alabama in promoting to 15 inclusive. "Miss LH" said she had under-
Methodist Church down
to' Cemetery Ireland. As have to all those
Road and east to State no.'25. CITY OF JASPER FINANCIAL the Suwannee River counties I II 2. Middle Adotesce'nce-ages 16 1. Vascillating. I we Irish wit. gone major surgery in Atlanta last
2. Start on U. S. 41 at Oak'Grove CITY'OF JASPER I as a recreational playgrounds. I to 18 inclusive. 2. Visionary fanciful qualities persuasively year and received massive dosesof
Church and continue to' StateRoad FINANCIAL REPORT If your slides are accepted the I 3. Late Adolescence-ageS 19 to 3. Goes to extremes an extremist. I charm, imagination a mocking cobalt It had been her nth ,

To. 143. ,GENERAL FUND I I Authority! will make copies and re- 21 inclusive. 4. New interests emerge, personal. tongue fisty combativeness. logua- attack. When I talked with her

3. Begin on State Road No. 6. at ,Cash.avaiL.Feb..1-...... 54,186.85 turn'your original slides to you. Obviously, the total number of'' appearance emphasized. dOllS camaraderie. Samuel Johnson she had just returned from being

Vaughns Crossing toward West, .Receipts; I You can either send your slides years Included in the 'adolescent!5. Friendships individualized said he who does not respond to checked by her New York specialist. -
i ................ 459.18 life.
Bridge. i I 1962 Taxes (I often. the Irish does not truly love
period is mine.Two changed .
Parking Meters" .......... 43.41 I to the Authority office, or send the thirds of this I I Ireland
4. Suwanne Street from S. R. east Licenses "..:.:............. 10.25 ,Authority your address and a memI I(I number fall-wlow\* the college lev-11 6. Subject to mental turmoiL The waves of settlers from She is better, she reported.

to.S.25 R. 135.Jackson Camp Avenue from .S."R. Building Permit .......... 6.00 I ber will, contact you. .,leI, distributed as follows! : [7 Seeks recognition. have accounted for a magnificent whether I I knew it, but I wanted to hear him
to and
blocks north Street Jackson thence: two FIi4i.. v.v.v.vtv....... 723.50. I j I 1. Three years in the junior high i\1'<8. Day dreams; seeker of thrills. strain in America say it" Don't go to bed. slay on

thence west down on CoUnfy R Street a1f'\o Mayor'sFees. _........-.. 16.00 Insurance ................. 19.50:i school, and'<2. Three-; ,years in- the.- !I l Jealous orrivals! Protestant or Catholic, of Republican Irish descent your feet, she advises any who may
Stephen Foster north feate J
5. Friendship Church}Road? Began Miscellaneous( ...?.,?"H.i 92.09 Total Cash available .... JSl. TLOO. I The remaining three years be- The above listings are not com- has been "People are afraid of pain, of
at Hill crest crossing"oil U. S. Transfer (Utilities System). 5,000.00WithbldingTax'v.i' DISBURSEMENTS: I long to the college' level and will |plete. The selective process has ing to create this* .nation.. confronting death for a long time.M

41 and go east'five miles. ;;; 194.60Social General Operations ....... 1074.46 I not'' be included in-this study. Late j been employed. Only those traits I she went on "Can you imagine? I
: : : ::: :
6. Resurface Old U. S. 41 by hospital i Security .. .. 119.40Insurance Water Plant .... ,.........192.50 i,: adolescence calls for a different are included that have a relation: It was good being In the groupat am not afraid of cancer any more.
out to Newsome Tractor Co.' = *.*'.*............. 54.15 j Water Lines ................ 329.15(type of treatment-.according tothewriter' :ship to.the topic being discussed.: the Club house March 5 when but before I left New York I told

Street from Southern Roanroad out I Sewer Plant ................./ 8.75 opinion! x f'j'I The traits' 'of Rate adolescence have Joe Pernber and Lee Bennet came my doctor I hadn't yet conqueredmy \
to SR 51. Total Recipts--Available'." ',' $ 8.712.89 Water Deposit Refunds ...... 55.00 I' Many significant' changes-pfay-J j teed ofofctea since) they appear at to hang the pitcures for the Exhibit fear of Flying. So you see,fear i\

.7. Genoa to Black Bay and continue TotalCash :'U,899.1.tDISBURSE11ENTS1": *b ,Transfer to General Fund 5000.00 ,, srcafr, social,* Intellectual, ,moral I i mon inatuWStage-approximating There were Ulma Braswell Chairman moves from the real to the wheat I
on to North Gate .of Stephen Total Disbursements ...:.. 6,722.86 ? = 1 matuWtionT* of the Art Com.. Lois Cttn'ypresident
,,, and spiritual. rh the I While she is creative writer
a
.. .' 30,00Management take g
Foster Memorial. '.* .-_ Mayor andCoOnctir..v. .u Total Cash Available. Feb,28. JV of the Club. Betty Kyser '
office 520.10 adotescenrperiod,+ an particularly"} C.adoele.'I and interacted in aft forms of'art
and ; '
8. Jack Vaughn North to S. R. ;r' .w 1963 .. .'-1 24.548.14INTEREST and me and the men from the-sur-e-
No. 141. r C" Finance ai1. .Taxation. '252.65 I 'and SOCKING FUND so iddmir 'the'arly; used'periodscovering f } i* the right- nd privilege of fixing the gasheaters she said, "my chores have taken
9. Start at Brasw ,U's Crossing legal': ; :....:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.'!....... '50.00 Cash. AvaHabteT Fb'shea:; fell-III the junior and,'every person to do his or her own gas Co.. who was and Robert me into 'other fields. A writer has
and pave to Theo ullh an'- to Insurance' .....: I!...-. 152.72 "n:T: RECEIPTS : \" e !.!senior high school periods. The thinking and reach their own con- to they'd turn J. R. E. the rrsponsibilitity to speak oOtf H.v

S continue Pave Loop. -- ,Public-Rations' ,.\......4.. 114?'3 1962 Taxes ""r..'............. 174.63 adolisce&eyearsctonitute the.ttf cln&CftfteT!the'facts; in any given Lee Cooper a senior from to assist One trouble with writers, she believes ;
10. Start at Butler :Hughes and PoU e.Department.t,'-,-?,>. Pjg-58 Total Receipts ..........., 174.63 pet'leyfc"fer formative-period cased< Slaver been made available Lee School who had come it that some of 'them never

continue North to Ga. State Line. Fire Department 422.87 Total Cash'Avaiable ........ 590.77 of 'development> ,,of ftc' intfivjAuLr for*their studx*and reflection.A i in-the hanging. leave the literary group they fall
BE IT FURTHER/RESOLVED 1 BuW. Inspection: ., f!t':.*rt ,75-99. Disbursements: none This IS frequently-called"tne-'storm few of the important traits of I I Ubna made coffee and cooked to search for truths fa life. i

That the methods and standards PUBLIC WORKS: Total Cash Available, Feb.>> 28 ana:sfpetiodduiefo; 'tdi a= lyf and mfcJdle adolescence havebeWBtdwlfllthe rolls. Lois and '"The Smiths," she said, MaH deeply
ear good
_.........177.21, some awfully
Public Buildings '
employed the .-1963 ........ 4.590.77.. .
by StateT '
for ; a.c.T' S1W: t'Iiep.4 lment ...:....... 1885.03 ...1Jrnury SEXING? FUND ticychattb+es'tha t arte'etaliing .plate above. On purpose. turns did a good job edging the love the South and we have lived
partment determlAatioh of major in uteri process"::Of 3fgVowng> <, ,Io explanation and ela- getting her 'most of our Hvcs. But'we leave
improvement Garbage Department..553J1 Cash Available Feb1853 ?! *"* *'? 'up personal walk outside and raking
ing the specific features alignment includ-,:The Cemetery!n3"A.[r........' 175.50) i,- ... ...: ..:...;.... 3750.35 maturity?-;* >!"" r b wade!t have' beetle withheld. The ready for company. }been a family that asked question
types and widths of Public Welfare ..:.:."30.00 RECEIPTS i The failure to recognize these reader;; therefore; Is free to do his sought answers .been active to

the Department's standard pavement specification end T taI'-Db' Ut'sements...* .. '.777.67 Utility Taxes ............... 1006.94 changes and to provide for their own thinking and analysis and fol- Garnet Hickman was at home church and community affairs."

for construction are concurred Total C sh.AvanabIt, Feb. 28. Total Receipts ............ 100634() I advent may result in the retarded low his own interpretation and finally II.on the yieekend. from F. S. U. And she added I love the

in and approved by this Board: 1963 ... 7122.07 Total Cash Available ...... 4,757.29 development of the individual and arrive at,his, own deeisiaewfiether where she Is an. outstanding. student south so much that I would rather
It is requested: That the Department Utilities 'System'Reveaae'Fsmd' Disbursements. .............. r14ii distorted type of personality. Listed it be affirmative or nega- Howe (Karl Minor) be the one to criticize It than ta
Clarence
will consider the projects in Cash- Available. Jeb Total Cash Available, Feb. 28. below is a small number of tive. When possibilities are en- I Mrs. have some outsider do it."
the order above if practicable 1963 ......... 27.77954RECEIPTS 1963 .................... 4757.29 traits that roughly] characterizeeach visaged In the light of conditions I'of Live Oak visited her families The Jasper Home Demonstration

but not to the extent of retarding Water Services .. : 204L2Q Time Utilities Stnkia' Reserve Fond stage of development:: This prevailing the writer is forced to here last'-'Sunday.s dub had a 2 hour sesskn s
Deposit February 28. >
the whole program; that termini Sewer Services 1273.00 I 1963 .......;........ $13,000.00.. list includes the traits that are, cast a negative rote-that is: Boys Quoting"from the .Presbyterian Thursday afternoon Mar 7. at tea ,'

of the projects as described in the Water Deposits .:..... 75.00Withheoldini 1 Renewal and Replacement. Fund directly or indirectly, related to and girls on the junior and senior March, newsletter. "._"ITKT'r. Power-0 ', Lounge.. It was interesting
; Tax ... 52.00 ,Cash 'I.Available. Feb.: 28, the question underonsideraion.. high school levels should NOT go 39 33 _* ( '
(Continued on Page 2) SoclallSecurity ..:..".. 30.76 1963 ....:............... 4.800.00 and need to be considered in reach-''"STEADY" as a general rule.. A. noU+came from JDot IJ1ackr (Continued on Pace 3) ,

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4 I Culley and Grover' Wheeler and-the sametype,as this company sells ;!Mallory Tuten Rent CoL Co. Agt Alex 1d.athis............... 197.M'''K3ng Hardware Co.' Super;. 92.06 Joseph P. HollomanrSaL Juw
: Commissionerscontinued the following business was trans- and in'this way the 'parts may be r Office .................... 25.00c I I Shewood Miller .......... 299.99 'Fla., Steeel Cbrp Road Mat 1117.92 Oxmselor49.27 i
I' .. ( from page on.) acted: changed when necessary and it!I +ate Tr* contribution 1013.91 Earnest.Ponds ............ 98.08 The Langdale Co. Road Mat. 178,49 Thelma Lewis Criminal Court .'
resolution and shown on the accompanying The minutes of the last.meetingof would be more economical to the 'I Thelma Lewis Fees,, ._Court 1 Hilton Westberry ........ 230. .1 Keenan Welding Supp. Co. .. 16.85 Cost .................... 19LOO
map rather than any the Board was read by,the Clerk county, said motion was unanimous Work .... -............,..... 325.75 i Harold Hysmith .......... 212.44 Rice Iron &: Metal .Co., mat Witnesses Circuit Court t
estimate of funds therefor shall andapproved by the Board as read Mr. John A. Chamberlain fileda F.. Kenneth Tuten T. A. I Dewey Tbmlinson ........ 185.10 Bldg. ..........*...'....,..,.ITfcSO Eugene Watson ............ 4.20
tion control of funds the Department's that this resolution alloca- by the clerk. plat of Suwannee River Campsites Comm. .................. 356.70 I I John Ponds ................ 96.13 Hill Mfg Co Wood. Preserver 962.50 Lonnie J. Thoma..s........ 4.00
. shall remain;in effect I! !Mr. Bob Fisk .City in NWtt of Sec. 7, Twp. 1 S Plane A. Andrews Refund Office I I I I Robert: Culbreth .......... 205.54 Suwannee Block Co Road Mat 12.60 Bennie Marsh .............. 4.90
year ;and that after the throughoutthe current before the Boarr lr\#anger'.and appeared R. 12 E. Hamilton County, Florida Supplies ................... 23.70I Virgil Williams .......... 192.<< .W. G. D. Chevrolet Inc, Part Jacob Gandy .....:........ 4.20
gave examina- Julian C. Wood Civil Turner ........ 111.18'' Equipment ........ ........ 2.26
Exp.
year the recommendations of this 'an estimate .r< what it would cost with the Board for their Randolph Leon White ................ 4-20
resolution shall constitute a contin- ,the county to'install at the tion and approval and after exam Defense .................... 3.60. Emery Grantham ........ 165.35;Eager Brothers, Inc. Parts Lillie Mae Bryant ........ 3.10J.
uing improvement program for the newly constructed colored sewage county t ination of same said plat was approved D. Clyde Smith Repairs and mat. I Ruben Daniels ............ 205.54''I Equipment: .... .......... 19.39 T. Bland ................ 4.20 t
County unless changed by a sub- agent's office ,same being estimated by the Board and filed in for Civil Defense Office ...27.35 : Dovle L. Grantham .... 215.54 i Hurst Sinclair Sta. Supp .... 13.40 S. M. Deas ................. 4.50 \
sequent annual resolution. in the amount of $143.50 as office of the Clerk of the Circuit Hill Mfg. Co. Janitor Supplies I Viola Whitfield (cook) .. 105.37 Gulf Oil Products Gas &: Oil 362.00 H. Burnett .................. 5.00 '
STATE OF FLORIDA :!the county's part. Court as required by law. ,Court House ................ 103. 0 :' Pete Register ............ 168.35 Grantham Chevrolet Co. Equip. 0. v. Creech .. .. ....-.... WX, )
COUNTY! OF HAMILTONI I CoL Wood County Civil, Defense The following proposals for the 'City of Jasper Utilities Ct. Hs 16.80 I II Bill B. Norris ............ 230.94 Parts ...................... 32.70 B. J. Allen................. 5.00
The'lma Lewis Clerk of the Director appeared before the Board following job numbers were filed Fla. Power Corp Co'L Co. Off. and : Russell White ............ 102.77 Sapp's Service Sta. Repairs &: 1. T. Carter .............. 4J30
Circuit Court. in and for Hamilton 'and made of his activities Utilities Ct. Hs ...:..... 101.72 Colonial Life Ins. Co. Ins. : Parts for equipment .... 6.80 Parke Dees ................ 4,30
County Florida and ex officio!and filed the a report following information with the Board by the State. Road .Jones Insurance Agency Ins. March .................... 12.00..;Jasper Auto Parts .. 4.00 Clayton Bradshaw......... 4.20.'
Clerk of the Board of County Com-.with the Board Department and same were ap- I BMg .................... 160.80 Blue Cross-Blue Shield Ins. j Suwnne Auto Parts .. 19.47 Mark Chauncey ............ 5.50 .
missioners of Hamilton County proved by the Board: White Springs: Ins. Agency Ins. Il.tarch. .. ............ 11LOO II i Sears Sons: Inc. .......... 20.68 Lake Collier Repairs, Jail... 21.00
Florida hereby certified that the County Resources Control Civil i Job No. 32540-3601. 32500-3602.) j Bldg. ...._..........!........ 25.92 Co. Off. & Employess Retirem. Carmichael Motor Supply Co. 165.85 Home Gas Co. Gas. Jail .. 198.00
above and foregoing is a true and Defense Members: I 32500-3603. ;;* I IThe" Milligaff Office Machine Co. Off. ,I Fund, Feb. .........-.... 161.58 ,Rowland Truck Eqp. Co. Equip Jasper Laundry. Laundry, Jail 6.83 .

correct by the copy Board of a,x resolution>f County! adopted Com--. 1. Clyde Payne. following bills were approvI I Supplies .................. 1930 'Social Security Acct Feb. 146.43 parts & Laoor .-.........178.60 I Hill Mfg. Co. Janitor SuppliesJail .

missioners of Hamilton County { 2. Jesse Wood ;ed by the Board for payment: Lanier System Corp. Thermofax Mallory Tuten Groc. Camp 269.94 Ring Power Corp. Parts .... 107.53 ...................... 18630 '
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I Florida ,in regular meeting assembled 3. Paul Webber Hamilton General Fund' Paper .................... 2730 Hubert Lashley Fish-Camp .. 7.60 M. D. Moody &: Sons Payment on Western Auto Store Supp. ....1.39
,i 4. Rance Andrews ; .......... ;
-i on the 5th day of February, A. Mrs. Mae Long 18.001,Van H. Priest Co. Missecl. Supp. Valdosta Flour Co. Groceries. Dragline 792.00M. I Burch Co., Supp. 6.39 ,
D. 1963, and that the same has been I I Designated State' County Co-or-j Mrs. Ella Cribbs .......... 12.00 For court house ............ 1.50 Camp -- -......... 69.87 D. Moody &: Sons EquipmentParts The Fla. J-Power O. Corp. UtiHtes .. 51.84 t

I duly incorporated in the minutes of Representative Louise Cribbs ............ 6.00 Johnson's Miscel. Supp. For 'Hackney Grocery Co. Groc. ...................... 18.75 City of Jasper. Utilities.-..14.85
said meeting.IN i Eva Lee .................. i .00 Court house .........-*...... 1.24 Camp .................... 156.87W. Lewis Motor Co. EquipmentParts Orkin Exterminating Co. Pest

WITNESS WHEREOF I have j Mr. Gardener and Mr. Block Ida Mae Smith ............ 10.001'Gibson Typewriter Co. Maint. I H. Deas Eggs ............ 13.00. ...................... .6.75 Control Jail ............. 8.00S.
hereto affixed my hand and offical Representatives of Florida Forest John L. Rhodes .......... 14.00. Agreement ................ 45.00 ,Jessie Harris Vegetables :Sandlin Auto Parts Equipment S. Actount Feb. ...... 1.93
seal this 7th day of February A. D. ',,Service met with the Board and Myrtis Green .............10.00 I Thelma Lewis Refunds: Postage, i I! Camp. ...................... -2.00 j,I Accessories, Diesel &: oil 169.01 Thelma Lewis Rec'd Convict. 1.96
1963. J j stated that Hamilon County could I Lottie Mosely ............. 15.001 I Disch. Fees & Copies ...... 33.64 'A Levin &: Son Clothing &; Supp .George Webb Parts Labor & Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Cost &; .
Thelma Lewis i hire a full time service of a Forest Mrs. Pearlie Sheffield .... 14.001 j I Compensation for Incomp. Proc. 'I Prisoners .................. 8.321| Eqp. accessories .......... 23.56 Feeding Prisoners .. ... 1145.55
Clerk of Circuit Court i['Service Officer by increasing its I II Annie Mae Whitaker ...... 10.00 I Dr. Wm. Blackmon :..... 20.00 I Wad Ottis Brown :Motors EquipmentParts Kyler Smith Labor & Parts for
D. M. D. Dental
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After attending to the above bus j appropriation in the next fiscal Mrs. Frank :Miller ........ 12.00 .j Dr. Ferderick T. Mickler .. 20.00 I Ser. Prisoners Norris.............. 8.00Kayo's ; ...................... 16.70 Jail Repairs ............. 40.85
iness the Board left immediately to ',year budget to $3000.00. This mat J Mrs. James Royals .......10.00 Bobbie McCellan .......... 3.00 Ilamlton Library Fund I C. A. Avriett Comm. on Bond Est.
attend a budget hearing scheduledat ter for the present time Mrs. Roscoe Cooper ...... 15.001 Teresa Lamb, R. N. ...... 3.00 Drug Store Drugs, : .... &: Conviction Fees ...... 32.43
passed I
was Blanche Deas Sal Feb 137.09
10:00 a.m. in. Lake City at the I Prisoners .................. 28.67 .
for bids for dump body Jimmie Gandy........... 10.00 John H. McCormick ,...... 15.00Bailiff's : I Co. Off &: Employees retirementI
Notice
office of the State Road Department a Mrs. Paul Brown .........15.00 Dr. J. R. Bruce Patient Care 2.00 Kenneth Wood SaL Feb .... 15.00 I. Fund. Feb. ................ 4.20
l in regard to the above projects [having been given by publication f Circuit Court No. Fla. Telephone Co., Camp 16.55 Nancy Taylor SaL Feb. .... 45.75 There further business
being
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f set up in said resolution. t| the Board announced that they A. C. Cribbs Joe Register ....,.......:.. 24.00J. I Fla. Power Com Utilities 118.66 ,;Co. Off. & Emp. Retire. Fund '!before the Board said Board ad
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further were ready to receive bids Mary Hick Tompinks 12.00 j Addie Smith .;.......... 72.00 Home Gas Co Gas ..106.56 .
There business .
being no I Camp j Feb ..... ... ............. 6.30 journed.
.............. 12.00
bids filed with Dallas Clark j I Clayton Bradshaw ........ 64.00 I
The were
before the Board, said Board recessed -I following Bo -Howen! Lumber Co. Building Social Security Acct Feb. ... 5.71 j ATTEST Thelma Lewis. Clerk
.......... 12.00
until Tues., March 5, 1963, the Board: Bessie Holloway Russell Rhoden ......... .. 64.DO I Materials .................. 28.32 Houghton Mifflin Co. Books 71.67 i Jack Vinson, Chairman.
i i I 1. Gaynor Iron Works Inc. Rance Andrews Sal Exp. County Comm. Expense .Orange State Pipe & Supply Co. Frier Music Co. Records ....10230
............ 304.60C.
Jasper Fla. 1 1I | 3. Rowland Truck Equipment Co. County Agent Aaron Hogen ..........;... 6.25' Electrical Supplies ...... 29.76 Mrs. Blanche Deas Travel FREE
March 5', 1963 'line. A. Avriett Sal Co. Atty. .. 60.40 Grover Wheeler ............ 6.25 I The J. O. Burch Co. Building Expense .................. 3.40 i. ,LUBRICATION!
I The' Board of County Commis- Motion was made by Mr. McGhin County Commissioners Salary f Jack Vinson .............. 6.25 I Materials .................. 76.43 :Harrell's Gulf Service Bookmobile We Hill give a FREE Lube Job
Wheeler to accept Aaron ............. 11730 McGhin ............. 6.25 I i with each oil change-for a
sioners in and for Hamilton Coun- seconded by :Mr. Hogan Guy Evans Bldg. Products Building i t Expense .................. 155.55 I
ty met today at 9:00 a.mn. regular the bid of Gaynor Iron Works Inc., Grover Wheeler .......... 105.37 Lawton McCulley .......... 6.25 i I Materials .................. 12.37 :No. Fla. Telephone ...... 8.50 limited time only!
session .the following memberswere which is only $11.00 more than the Jack Vinson............. 115.47 W. T, Edwards T. B. Hospital :Lewis Lumber Co. ........ 239.44 ; present: Jack Vinson Aaron other bid filed for the reason that Lawton McCulley ........ 105.37 Patient Care- Feb. ........ 200.00. Stump Bros. Building Mat .. 84.39 j Fine & Forfeiture Fund QDelco Batteries
Hogan Guy_ McGhin Lawton Mc- the county owns a dump body of Guy McGhin ............ 112.77 SW Fla. T. B. Hospital Patient i i W. B. Norris LaborCamp I John H. McCormick Fees County -at oomipetitive prices!

j ---- Isaac Chandler Jr., Exp. Colored Care-Feb. ......:............ 13.75J! House .................... 165.00;. Judge .................... 345.00 FRED TAYLOR'STEXACO
............ 75.00 STATION'Jasper
County Agent Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Cost 540.29 :
I Western Auto Store Supp. .. 25.66 John. H. McCormick Sal. Juv. '
GAS GAGS'Low Thelma Lewis Sal Feb. .. 453.90 Dctherow Office Supply Co. Office:E. C. Browne Co. SUpp. .... 39.11 Judge ..................... 70.00 Telephone 792-29O3 !
Ann C. Malpas Sal Feb ....195.60 It Supplies ... _.............. 4.331 1 i
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Margaret Register The H & W. B. Drew Co. Office I "' -"C'C'C'C'C"C'C'C'C'C'C"'C'' '''''''''''''''''' .c- :--:;:::<<-;;: -= -<: --<:: -<::-;:; -

'9MwN Agent ...................... 23.09 Supplies ................. 23.09 I r
rwGR'c noPicow rTMeN. o o ,
v +6 9 r White Sal. & Exp. Home '
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\ Wylma General Office Eqp. Co. Off.
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t WuONCn NafND MtO MC 6MOJELW vnW OF A1S.fOUC5 i: iW ilOGl0 MAloalfY Dem. Agent .............. 256.771 Supplies .....-............ 31.88 i NOT I j'i
lMIS KwI Ethel G. Dedge Sal. Sect. to !Bowen Supply Co. Off. Supp. 153.83
Home Dem. Agent ........ .69.28 Amsterdam Pen. Co. Office

Supplies ..... ...... ....... 91.60 i
O. Edwards Sal Asst St.
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I Atty ...................... .893 .North Fla. Telephone Co.. Ser. II : '
I 'j Wm. Randall Slaughter, States Hamilton& Tolls for Feb.Bank.....Feb... 196.05 TO HAMILTON COUNTY TAXPAYERS

.................. 16.56 County
Attorney Exc. ............"......... 13.07 4. ,
Eva Akins Sal. Sect to Circuit
Bros. for door
Stump Repair parts t
Judge ....................... 26.79N. 11.05 (\
/ Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE H. Williams Sal. Yard Suwannee Lock River Authority- Contrifor March 31st is the last day to pay your taxes" II i

I'/ up-keep] .................... 41.57 1962-63 Fiscal year Chap.
PER CYLINDER SYcamore 2.3001CASH Addie Mae Smith SaL Clerk T. C. 61-545 .................. 1250.00J.
ON DELIVERY Office .................... 73.97 I O. Burch Co. Light Fixt. 24.30 I Without a Penalty!
Co.I .
Kenneth Daniels Sal. and Exp. Jack Vinson Exp. Attending Co.

Service Officer. .......... 152.37 Comm Meeting .......'... 102.00 ,
HOLLOWAY'SSTUMP Jeanette Lashley % month's Dan Braswell T. C. Comm. 204.42 AVOID A PENALTYI
Sal. clerk T. A. Ofice .,.... 50.00 Sandlin Auto Parts Fuel CUts 347.07 i -

Betty Jean Mikell % month'sSal Dept. Public Safety Radio Ser. I

Clerk T. A. Office ........ 50.00 Feb. ...................... 15.00 PAY BY THE 31st! '
...... 482.65
I William Kyser Sal. vet Harry T. Reid Funeral Home ': ,

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Funeral W. M. Rowe 150.00
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L..J. HOLLOWAY.i i Charlie Goolsby Sal.-Jan. 181.20 : ,
: Walter H. Davis Sal. Maint. 23.09 Newsome Ford Tractor Co. Off. II r f, ;>0 ;;

Defense Supplies .................... 4.27 w. :.' '' ...,4_
Julian Wood Sal. Civil
Director .................. 110.07 Ham. Co. Memorial Hospital Pat. I ; : : Respectfully
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Car. Melvin G. Simmons .53.00I
BROS. Colonial Life Ins. Co. Ins. :
I March .................... 3.00 T. Carter Construction o Col. Co. : H-.. ":71 \ .. ', '" r DAN ASWELL "
Blue Cross-Blue Shield Ins. Agent Office ............ 1975.00 I .. '. 'A_ !
March ................ 52.40 Hamilton Road &: Brideg Fund -. :" II
300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia Security Acct Feb ... 67.74 SaL Road Employees ; > Tax Collector
Social '
Fund Feb 137.49 I 0' Neal Goolsby .......... 205.44W. ? : : iJ iJI
Retire.
Co. Off .. ,.. ............... ... ..,
BUILDINGSUPPLIES Bud Bullard Rent Health Off 20.00 S. Jackson ,.......:.i.1.. 185.10 I ;; ..- :, '.i!' -;. .?
; '. : ;i'. TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE.2455202638.00 I
..7: .';" ;'H ;>':r-.l; t 1962 Increase in Insurance in Force 193917792.00 .. .
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;. '. "'t f;' : TOTAL RESOURCES 393581206.17 _
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._, "i.,." :': 1962 Increase in Resources ........35177152.00* : .V'

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QUALITY FIRST .:: w. -, "" :' ,.1';". FINANCIAL STATEMENT DECEMBER 31, 1962 ;

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BUILT IN OVEN AND .. .' ,
Guaranteed and Insured Real Estate :
192.36 ::,... 1'- ,'. :' "
COOK TOP Westinghouse :. . '. :. .:. .' Mortgages.......... $220,393,791.98 ,
ATTIC FAN 36-inch a U.S. Government Bonds and Notes....... 55.130,744.88 \

With Shutter . . . . 72.00 Total U.S. Obligations. $275,529,536.50 '
.. Other Real 1 Estate Mortgages............. 23,775,421.45
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ATTIC STAIRWAY I O.QUWINDOW '. t,: Public Utility 18343863.62 J-

Atlas . . . .._ ... . I I :: State and Municipal 16139561.41
x Other Bonds............. 34,427,163.30 .
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: BURGLAR ;j i'* ; Policy "13,964,724.52 f.. :;:-->.*'
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GUARDS . . .. \ :r:. 00'3 0 @ Company Occupied Real Estate...*....... 2971264.10 1. ; ,
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DOOR. MAHOGANY ':+* Investment Real 1,557,950.63 .
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,. .: '. .:"J 4.75 '. ......................... 2221549.11 ..wStocks. ;
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2-0: A.t-\J . . .;. .,..tJ.,."-;t *. 1,437.604.00 a.j; :.1'-f'I'!

SCREEN DOOR ; Other Resources....... 3212567.42 ...
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I 2-8x6-8 . . ;.. .:. .. ... :' 5.99. is our BEST t- J ..... Total....... 393581206.17 ;- :;., ;

WINDOW SCREEN Aluminum.. i s7x.% : .- '} 56 :' .- OBUQAT10NS AND NET WORTH .j .;',... :.t.tf

2-8x4-6. . . .'. :. !:.. r.'. :, :*. : .. .- Reserves to Guarantee Obligations to i "

YS AD PLYWOOD ,, / > -.- -" : Policyowners........................... $344,365,71637 .
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SHEET . . '. '. .6.90. Capital Surplus 1 ;
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'' 5000.000 Shares$2 par).............. 41J25.347.94 ; ,, ; ,
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SHEET . . ..:..,.. 2.35 ..-... $385.891,064.31 .1
PREFINISHED '. Securities Valuation! Reserve............. 47.978.14 .-; J;
PLYWOOD .. 'J, .:. 5.10 Taxes and Miscellaneous UabBHIes......, 5,742.163.72 'Pi
This financial .. .
MAHOGANY . . > . -. 'Jo ; > statement is evidence of the stea sad ---- '. ...., .
768' ,strength of Liberty National.Total resewses" of ever Total....................,........ $393.581,2OG.17 ,;!;
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y& company has over$41 million of capital and jurataa... 1
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I Lord in the Beauty of Holiness some good tools now. school says he is coming back I.pareents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wig- Island, N.Y. The Bedells have I I Reid and Madie: Green of Atlanta
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j The art committee Mrs. Bras- I when he is nineteen. ,gins. Rev. Mr. Picker is holding been in Florida on several weeks' stopped I[ for a brief "heDo" on their
ftt $ 1rh '
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@L ,well Mrs. J.T. Bridges, Mrs. Clif- The W.S.C.S. entertained for Mrs i I a two weeks meeting at the Pine vacation a great part of the time return trip to Jacksonville. '
RSlItt1 .Hicks Fort served springtime fare Nancy Haskins Moore last Friday I Patricia Bundy and Billy Dale i Grove Baptist Church in Lake City. I in Palm Beach. I I I I '. *
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from an attractive tea. table an in evening at a miscellaneous shower. Beta Club members and the sponsor I Mrs. Bedell remembered by her IN MEMORY OF A
.. ..p- nay.- (j) white and silver., .: Nancy Is a recent bride but livingin for J.H.S.. and Mrs. Polly l irk-I j i Henry Thoeau-talks of philoso- 'many Jasper friends, was Mary Alice > GOOD WOMAN
At the business meeting which Jacksonville. The.. shower- .had ,man attended 'the district meetingat jphers--"To" be a philosopher isi Shangle visited the Corbett'I Essie Mae Mathis Stewart, one

(Continued From 'Page 1) followed, the talk was mostly of been delayed.The Mayo Monday evening. March I I not merely to have subtle thoughts |family often and was an attendant of the most loved and respected
I the coming "Men's Fashion Show Educational parlor was beautiful 4.. The Beta Club is an honorary I'nor' even to found a school but so I I}at the Raymond Camp Jr.'s wedding I 1 citizens of the negro race was born

throughout. Mr. Collum] of the Fla Mrs.: Clinton Mitchell chairman I with many springtime blos- I club. The State meeting will be j to love wisdom, as to live according I(August 21 1891. She was a devout
Power Corp kindly ran the machinefor was asking'for size 12 shoes and soms. At the tea table white narcissus in Jacksonville the third and to its dictates a life of simplicity. I I Many courtesies were extendedthe I'Christian and a member of the

a film in interiors brought to even clothes to outfit some of the ,spirea and pear blossomswere fourth of May. :independence magnanimity and Bedell: :: luncheon dinners and 'A.MLE. Church in Jasper.
the club by Lois Curry Secretary.Mrs. models. Tickets are being sold. used. !j I to* the* ;'trust. It is to solve some of the etc. Their stay wa% climaxed witha i She had been ]in failing health for
Delegates F.E.A.
White Home Demonstration Children thru High School 35c.i The brides book table held an meeting problems of life not only theoretically lovely dinner partyfamilyclose several years but died suddenly
I in Jacksonville this week
Prof.
Agent followed this with a black adults 75c. arrangement of white camelliaswith are but practically.> friends. Saturday night at 9:45. March 9.
!1M. Powell Coach .
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Brewer Mrs.
board presentation of the different the baby spirea and narcissus.On a. i She has two Johnnie Stew-
;, : Y(Xl'On't want to miss this sons
T. friends Elizabeth
I Harry Reid and :Mr. Bethea. My good and
periods in furniture and from herr another table and on the piano I Red-haired Elizabeth Braswell art and John D. Stewart. Johnnie
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Volie Williams of Sanford
.- scrap book passed out illustrations After hearing: the Serenaders under -pink azaleas dominated the spirea. I I II Rebecca (Mrs. Max DeVane) of overnight guests Monday were night.my brought me purple and yellow pan- who lives in Jacksonville had come

i I pictures. the direction of Mr. and Mrs. ; It was all so pretty and Nancywas !',Atlanta and little girls Lynn Md They are retired and spend their sies in a blue basket-all on a love over for the weekend to see her.
Edna Barker President of the 'LaVan Robinson, we think one need lovely in a red wool frock. I i Dawn are spending two weeks here time leisurely going often to At- ly day in spring. | Her body which was taken to
Club presided during the business go no further to obtain the best 1 Inez Marable, Lurline Johnson with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Barker Jr. I a i the Live Oak Funeral Home will
I lanta to. stay with the grandsons
session. The Club is planning to training in music and art. and Louise Vickers from the Wes-I'i and the DeVanes in Jennings. Max while the parents take trip. The Bob Ehlerts are renovatingthe ,be brought here for interment on
have a booth at the Stephen Foster 1 Mr. Robinson is Louisiana born leyan Guild assisted and Jan David -! a I Sunday. The services will be in
DeVane is assistant of
'; principal Virgie,Cone and I have a definite News office building. They planto
Festival where they will serve and educated. He has been at president of Methodist Youth the A.M.E. Church at two o'clock
Cross High School in DeKalb make
: Key invitation to spend a weekend with a nice thing of the place
"ham and biscuits". The discussionof Valdosta State three years. Mrs. Fellowship and Darlene Moody I and burial will be in Friendship
,:County Georgia. them at their Lake Mary home this eventually-tearing out partitions.
who will do what and how was Robinson was born in Pennsylvaniaand and Judy Small served at the re- a 'I 1 Cemetery.
in
and
putting
f spring. I think we'll be going. some making room
animated. Everyone was eager to educated for her profession as freeshment table. :I::1' It is said,of the Mucclasse Indi-' S. I for their 'office supplies.' : "There is no death!
have a part.A a pianist there and in New York. | There were many others who de- i lans. -"When a town celebrates the The stars go down
slate of new officers was dis- They all wore navy uniforms'' lighted to make this a happy occasion '''busk, having previously provided from James Irish Stephens translates this ) News from the Bensons: "We are To rise upon some other shore.

t cussed for a later vote. The young ladies: wore white blouses for one of the Methodists' best themselves with new clothes new "Now the with the poet Laftery-of fine and hope your folks are the! And bright in heaven's, jeweled
The Fashion Show" of all the with the loved daughters. There were ma- coming spring they shine forevermore."
navy jumper. i I pots pans, and other household the will stretch bit I same. Give our regards and love crown
days
Clubs in the County is set for Mar. The first number ny lovely gifts. i iI a
was an !
arrange- i utensils and furniture they collect to our friends and tell Mrs. Hymanwe
And often the feast of I shall
Brigid
28 at the V.F.W. at 7:30 in the ment of "Praise God from Whom I I I :
Este Perez the young Cuban lass <[all their worn out clothes and other hoist my flag and go i j think of her often and her '
evening. All Blessings Flow. The varied ;making her home with Mr. and '' despicable things sweep and For since the thought got into my ', news-gathering ability" Tell her WHELP STOP
program included two soloists: cleanse their houses squares and to always put something in thereabout
Mrs. Cecil Kennedy, has entered j head I can neither stand nor sit.
The art Department of Valdosta June Meeks sang two songs from I 'the whole town of their filth, which the Methodists along with
I North Florida ,
[her second semester at Until I find myself in the middleof ,
State,is making Art History,]in N. "My Fair Lady." Joe ,Allen I MALICIOUSWOODSBURNINGW:
captured Junior College and is on the ;i with all the remaining grain and the county of Mayo." the Baptists as they are pretty
Florida and South Ga. Joe Pemberis the hearts with as a second. Dean's list and has been invited other old, provisions they cast together good folks too." (I knew I'd hear
the Director and Lee Benriet is number "Mother Machree.: The and has joined the honorary fra- j, into one common heap and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Camp I from all that 'Baptist News' so

assistant.Mr. audience refused to be satisfied ternity because of her grades. ; consume it with fire. They fast Jr. had as their weekend guests Mr j Methodists "come across," I'll H-Eta j
Pember is a native of Miami with the final number and applauded I and Mrs. Milton Bedell of Long print it!) LtCiT j
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but most of his boyhood was spentIn again and again. I i The Pepe "erez lamfly have'tinguished. On the fourth morning

Auguaia Georgia Ho Haa a 2>L .s. movea from ragnway e j to the Kennecy \ the high priest by rubtane dry
A. from Georgia University and The sun and the wind had an argument farm. The father of Mr. wood together produces new fire in

came under the influence of Lamar about which was the strongest I i Pepe is with them. Mr. Pepe was 'the public square and every habi- Trade In That
Dodd head of the Athens Art Col and made a wager on a young I'sent this week to :Miami to bring tation is supplied with new and

lege.He man passing by-which could make Cuban refugees to help in the tobacco pure flame. Henry Thoreau callsit
has also studied with Hans him take off his coat first. The work. a sacrament-"an outward and
Hoffman. He exhibits at the South wind blew furiously and the youth . ,Visible sign of an inward and spir- .
,Eastern Exhibit in Aatlanta and at buttoned his coat tightly. The wind Mrs. Jackson told me at church itual grace."
the Georgia Arists association that blew it almost to shreds. He duck Sunday that she had a little grand-i Old Furniturefor
has shows in different Ga. cities. ed his head and bent over huggingthe daughter. Linda and Bill Adams '! Over in White Springs the 1.tYFyoung :
He is married to Katherine Woodof coat shredded now. I'i living in Jacksonville are the people had a skating party

Athens end they have four The sun came out gently at first ,proud parents of a little girl born ,over in Lake City Monday evening.
children then a little warmer the young :'Thursday March 7. Rev. Mr. Godard pastor of the
Lee Bennet is assistant Art Dir' man mopped his brow and slowedhis I'I a church and Coach Blackwell chap- a new Living Room Suite, Bedroom Suite'

ector. She is Mrs. Harold Bennett walk. The sun got hotter and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kennedy will eroned the party.

and her husband is associated with finally the youth took off his coat j I go to Waycross this weekend! to attend -j' '* Refrigerator or whatever need!! .
the Langdale'Co. in Valdosta. They shredded by the wind, and mopped a wedding. Mr. Odis Powell and Miss Georgia you
have three children. his brow. I I j I . Powell of Kentucky are visiting -
the daughter and sister Mrs. WE GIVE LIBERAL ALLOWANCE
Mrs. Bennet is a graduate of I Benjamin and Sally Kennedy .
Art in Okahoma State University I| If you think I'm mean and ugly who are students of U.. of Florida Sally Wiggins.

,C and of the Art Center in Louisvflle. you can just keep-on thinking. I'll :spent the weekend with their par-t' At the P.T.A.a a meeting m Monday ON TRADE-INS!
Ky. She has a Masters from F. S. U not do a thing to change your mind.If 'ents, Mr. and :Mrs. Cecil Kennedy. 'evening Supt. Harry T. Reid spokeon .' .;
where she studied with Karl Zeaber you think I'm kind and good They get their degrees in Decem-'' the School Finances.
She too exhibits in South Eastern I'll do my best that you don't her. Benjamin will then enter me- s *

Exhibit and with the Ga. Art Assoc- change your mind. Your thinking dical school. Sally plans to teach. < Our County Agent, Rance Andrews & Duke Furniture Co.
1 iation. your belief makes me good.' V and Billy Hill will appear on Dedge
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The Womans Club The family left last '
Jasper was On Tuesday morning MyrtleWhite's Herryman television over Channel at 6:45
indeed fortunate to have an exhibit week to make their home in Puerto a.m. on March 18.
pear tree The yellow '
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And Equally fortunate in having ban homeland have made many} Rev. Mr. Frances Picker and
trees Two little girls a
I the "Serenaders' 'of Valdosta State tree.- up friends in Jasper. The little boy ,Mrs.Picker (Nancy) and their little I

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HIGH FRESHMEN, ,. '. rsiaaft.?* ?" -'
RAT CHAT ; i. I What is Prophecy? Why Given :t- __Greensaid each has ,
-' '. You And Your School I . i: > County?! To Receiveax $4,500 more during county; the current received .

Well we're back once again to Prophecy is history advance. I 1 CheckState ,fiscal,period than for:the same .
say hello to everyone. by M L Powell. Principal, Jasper Schools Daniel the prophet told us in Chap. ;: JASPER SENIOR 4-H period of the previous year .
CLUB MEETS
Six weeks test once again--oh so j The spirit of imagination and adventure teach and those who learn.It 2 and 7, the history of the world Comptroller Ray E. Green Total race track tax coHectedJ. I
soon! Everyone's studying hard.I I is one that has always been is quite true that the tangibleand Beginning with the Babylonian I The 4-H dub met on February announced today checks for $36000 thus far this year is j7,906,000.-an

,It. seems ,the.girls,in our class {filled with excitement and enthu- intangilbe body of knowledge Kingdom of his day down to the 21, 1963. The meeting was called to are being mailed teach of the 67 I vious increase fiscal of $301,500 over the ,'-. ,
really had a time Friday night after -I siasm. In the fantasy world of the factual, statistical and theoretical, second coming of our Lord. The i'L ins period.
counties.
the ball ;order by Don Wetherington and the The money the coun I The state has received .:
game. That is all except -{ lads of children approximately <
yesterday there was a is increasing daily at an upprece- are studying about these ties' share of the
track
NeB-she was' sick with the'keen desire to be ft cow 2.cow- dented and astounding pace. The world kingdoms in school of today. .minutes were! read by A. L Miller. race tax. the same amount from tax.. ,
flu.
jboy ,an engineer on buffing locomotive concepts of man's mind must be The Apostle Paul tells us Romans i{j Reports were given by Marvin THE LIVrGgKEIE
Barbara has the flu now and the captain of an ocean stretched and strengthened if he is 15:4. Whatsoever things were writ-I'''selph and Dennis Smith. Roger j
inthe liner or even a pilot on a great air to be able to contain even'a smat- ten afortime, was written for our Our milk and cream
someone tenth Hatliff and Jerald Smith
so unhappy. Hurry grate and get seems wen I ship. The lads of today can have tering of any given area of know-I learning, that we through patience were, fi i' couldn't be richer if our
far more exciting fantasies than be 'o fthe Scripture might have hope. appointed to give a three minute
Barbara, we miss I ledge. Knowledge must so or-; the
you. I cows grazed on floor
{these. He can dream of navigating ganized and cataloged that one How was the Scriptures given? talk at the next meeting. tI I
.jEarlene anymore.says she just can't"write 'radar under sea,craft for indefinite may know where to go and bow to AU"|Scripture Is given by inspiration :, There was no old business. New I 1 of the U. S. mint. Drink :

Gail is.worried about her reporton {periods of time; he can: imagine find the particular bit of information -I of God and is profitable for ,(, business concerned the 4-H ban-1. your health at each mealtat 1. '

careers. Debbie is working hardon ,I I i "I| l i- .. himself flitting for which he is seeking. Students doctrine for reproof ,for correctionfor II:quet was deciding to be held for tI ., -
hers. '. around the earth must be taught how to use instruction in righteousness.)j March 16.1963 at 7:30 p.m. Mr, ti .s -
; with amazing & books of various sorts, laboratories, 2 Timothy 3:1&-17, 2'Peter 1, 21tells I Andrews spoke about the teenage
Debris did you ever learn to a,..w > unlimited speed libraries ,and resource centers of us Prophecy came not by the I Camp and the 4-H Camp for its Use Our
twist? ;1.F!i or taking ,a trip learning in order to expedite and will of man. Some good men did coming summer. There was no i
!, to his neighboring not sit down write what I Quick Drive-In -
Linda certainly is working har- V/ enlarge their learning opportunit Just and i further business to be brought up I
der since she received her glasses. f.?: planets andbaCk. ies. These media for learning they thought was going to happen so the meeting. adjourned. t Service ; iON
These are must ,be at the disposal of and they wrote what they were inspired : -.....- L'TAE '
not unrealistic available to those who desire to to write. Some did not understand I ,:
LOW INTEREST ,
Horace what happened to your fantasies; they !learn if they are to profit from what they were writing about. The I : IDon't E
hair? It looks like a lawn mower have all the pos- I them. The student of today must prophet Isaiah tells u$ (God speak I LONG TERM u b.a Slim Jim ri PURE, SWEET I

ran over you. siblities for reali- know where and how to find the ing) Behold the former things are .... i Thin and scrawny MILK ,
Mary Jane I hope you make ty and accomplishment. We truly knowledge he seeks-a single: or come to pass and new things do I LOANS -i Drink plenty of milk and other
good grades this time-you study live in an intensely interesting and declare: Before they spring forth I And b.big and brawny. ,
I' even a: meagre supply of text books Thru the '
so hard. exciting world. Schools must be I tell Dairy Products:
f will not suffice for this task. you-of them. Prophecy the 1 1'I
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geared and equipped to teach and arid test of Gods word. If prophecyof
Gail who did eat with In this exciting age it should not "' Federal Land Bank
you supper I I
be
youngsters must motivated to the Bible failed could
we not
the
serious
in Suwannee pose a problem to spark
county last night. learn for the exciting in whichwe I
Ronald there to be age pupil's interest in Intellectual mat- rely on any of Scriptures. Live Oak : FO 2-1525
seems
a com- ,
live. In the last few
,' years we ters. However this is the first objective Isaiah 46-10 Remember the for
plaint about using the tele- FEDERAL
you LAND
phone all the time. i j:have had the, privilege.of actuallyseeing toward purposeful learning. mer things of old: for r am God BANKASSOCIATION
i i by the way of ,television There so new avenues of and there is none like me, declar-
are many
Rickey, how's mama Sow
getting maxi go into orbit and encircle the ing the end from the
I. adventure in almost area- of beginning\ ,
along with her seven little pigs? I any LIVE OAK
(globe in less than lw hours. Our and from ancient times the things CASH
Donald knowledge! as to catch the imagination -
steer is awfully you must handsome think, after your)|'I I astronauts have, been feted and of very student of today. The that are not yet done. God reveals 311. .] 1. South Ohio Avenue MILK E66SNOTICE r
honored and praised for their ac- of things His secrets to His servants the pro- us 41 NC TY
all those newness so many
pictures took of it. very
you I.complishments. We stand now upon and phets. The secret things belong to -'- ----------- -
A few of our girls must thinkthey're should, arouse the curiosity --
the threshold of new and greater God but, those things that are revealed ,
the student to learn. With
challenge
too to eat in
good
our I accomplishments in space travel belong to us and our chil- ,
of learning must
lunchroom. They've started this quest new :
bringin and talk freely about interplanetary dren, Deuteronomy 29:29.
sound and valid conclu-
gtheir lunch now. come
I
Jimmy how did you like Bridget travels. sions. When so much hinges on the The eye witness was not as 'I--- N
Bardot Sunday? | Recently Astronaut: John Glenn : absolute exactness of every de- sure as prophecy 2 Peter :18-19.. |
Mrs. Shiver and Mrs. Havener]{spoke 'to the American Association tail error and false conclusionsmust The Saviour recognized that prophet {
have really had our boys working|I of School Administrators in Atlantic be eliminated. Intellectual in Daniel was to be sealed unto TO < '
JASPER CITY
intellectual the time of the end. TAXPAYERS
lately. City, New Jersey about the tegrity must match
We had a new algebra teacher)IcaUenge,. of today's schools. IQ the curiosity. In the exact sciences will Many shall run to -and fro and
this morning Nell, and boy Was course of,his) address he pointed: to sparkle the purity and value of knowledge shall be increased, This AD City Taxes: for the 1962 both Real
she a teacher.Mr. three challenges to which every truth great increase of knowledge was to year ,
high. school ,and. college youngster|f Vith the accumulation of knowledge increase, Dan. 12:4, at the time and personal will become
delinquent 1.
Blair, Nell wishes you would should''confronted.. These were; there must come the know- of the end, all of ,our modern Invention April
hurry and grade her science paper .l1( ) Find new ways. of_organizing -j how of using this knowledge. If have come to light since
She is getting impatient since you ,the tremendous} amount of in2 I man is to continue to,survive and 1798. Since that time we have been There will be interest charged after April 1
,waited until last to grade it. j;,formation becoming: available and I I to inhabit this and other planets, living in the time of the end.The arid
The Ninth Grade was so good!find,and use new methods to help ,he must see to it that knowledge book of Revelation is thought hard advertising costs, if necessary to advertise'
with their play" that they have been I students assomilate this fnf nna-I'serves the good of man rather than to be understood. But the very -
asked to give it for the P.T.A.. next,ti011.I the destruction of man. Man must first words say (Rev'1:1) It is a Everyone is havfe
Monday night week. I ((2.) Develop student's curosity learn and inculate a set of ethics Revelation of Jesus Christ, a Rev- urged, to all City Taxes paid

Deloris, who are you planningon ,and intellectual) integrity so that:and moral and spiritual values that lation is something revealed or, I before April 1 1963 to avoid increased costs
being a private secretary for?, !they,:havQ. Jbotix. the! drive: to seek Win be a safe guide for him to follow madeknown.. ,
Debbie, are you sure you know'II'new information and the honesty to 1 in his relations with his fellow There is a blessing for those that which accompany legal l Collection procedures. It
where Mrs. Jones lives |{draw no false conclusion from that man. These are the challengesthat read (or hear) the:.word of this" '
Linda seems to be interested in Information. (3j? Inculcate in students confront the, schools of today. prophecy and keep,those (or obey) i is not! the intention of the City Council to Allow!
a tenth grader since that slumber
a sense of ethics and moral things that are written therein..Letus
party the other nightwonderwho principles. These challenges com ADVERTISINGPAYSIN honestly ,and prayerfully study delinquent taxes to run, after April 1 1963 without -
? ing from such a renowned celebrity these two,books, ,Daniel and Revel- I ,
Nell do you have to be such a ; ,should take root in both the ation. Then we can know the times l taking necessary steps for collection.
hog with the butter? I minds and actions of those who THE JASPER NEWS in which we live. Blessed are those .
Earlene is the meanest girl in ------ that study God's word daily then 1 1i "", #!4" "'

ask our class her. -if you don't believe it, i obey what it says. ,i .. CITY OF JASPER

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SIX THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA
Fridav.. March I 15.. 1963
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If ; "Life After 199 pogs GetRabies : -l. ; -.......,. -.. .-FLORIDA.-WILDUFE SCRAPBOOK 4


!i There has long : the ProtectionThe .: WEIGHT 2 L5$

the part of man .- ADU ALL
Q JLSNGTH '201YCNES .
1, about the state'of : final rabies immsnzation ,---1 ,- -h: '.....
parts this veil of clinic in White.Springs last Saturday "- :,: k:"" WING
1 life. AH we know also a produced a record 54 animals .. ','- ; MOTTLED DROWN BODY eWILTB SJlONINGI'

, after(and I might : ; had V v'V immunized.The > /" 4 WING SPEeUWM= il WHITE

, to know) is found in said,, total number of animals SPECV-
main concern vaccinated in the county during the I LuM

1 that we may be he v Jennings, Jasper and White Springs _
t eternal blessiing clinics amounted to one hundred s. .
i promised the JASPER JUDGING TEAM ninety-nine.

must recognize an aftei. PLACES 5th IN STATE Hamilton County's three communities RrGq

cal fact on did an excellent job on
The Judging team attended
Jasper
which Christ me this year's anti-rabies drive, stated k'BLACK
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the Judging Contest held Feb 9 I fEMRLFMAUA
, personal ministry, gain;; the Health Department. Citizens BILL
at Fla. The Jasper team en -y-- -
ed in Tampa
out clearly
is awareness and participation in the
placed 5th in spite of competition.
Is Since I medicine such
a spirit" I preventive program,
ed in,the image I an Teams that placed before Jasper as the anti-rabies programv have MALE

J God and God is a were Marianna 1st Deland: contributed immensely to the success k. GRA Do Y '
. spirit of man that with I 2nd Santa Fe 3rd and Alachua 4th. I of these efforts in Hamilton I WHITE H/H6
God is an immortal r. The first ten places of the Judging I I County over the years. SPECULUMBLACK

ing, so the spirit is contest at Tampa will competeat .
I There is, no better health insur-
Gainesville, March 23, the wiryeel 1 r
eternal in nature see
ance than an informed and active AND RUSTY
,
ner of this contest will judge in .
after death in I
a public together to prevent
working ,
PATQlE
Kei Q** ***, Oiu +- i
for ia i City hex '
death is
Physical r r
diSease, stated Marvin Rodgers of l'HI WNVa.
separation of the judging team has a good chance of
the Hampton County Health De- l
.
body, Jas. 2:26 and winning the contest at Gainesville.The partment. ( _
I is described as the winning team wfl represent the

the spirit from the State of Florida at the American I Y .lOW U ALSO CALLED GRAY Dt&Z + WHA&tTS
t UR
j God in eternal can- Royal Judging Contest, which is at Jennings P.T.A. .0 FRESH WATER MAKSHES,LAKES AND

\ It has been ) j' Kansas City. To :Meet FLORIDA PONDS SOUTH TO LACE CKEECJl08EE
live MondayThe
has taken
The Jasper Chapter
that man's spirit FROM LATE OCTOBER THU MAYMOST ,
the breath of life care of the corn crop for 1962, it WATERFOWU
the breath leaves r in was sold to J. A. Mitchell MillingCo. Jenning Parent-Teacher Association COMMON IN THE NORTHERN
will have their PARTS OF THE STATS 9 A DAB5LIM5 DUCK
regular
land for
I mains. This is an The our next year's
; and monthly meeting Monday, March
has been broken. We
of corn
representation crop i FLORIDA GAME-
18, at 7:30 p.m. in the High School AND FRESH W4TER ISH COMMISSIONBAKE
t we should always hope to get our corn crop in ear
not to place an I lier next year. I Auditorium SALE
such a nature on this Reporter Robert Dampier I Please come and support your I Hospital NewsPATIENTS -
which would cause -.28 school thru the P.T.A. The Jasper Methodist Church M.I I
1 another passage of- j f' 1 the Y.F. is going: to have a bake sale I

is exactly what has the Bumham NewsRv New Deadline Set in front of Wise's Drug Store, Sat-
I Is, ZTPPEREK urday, March 16. I
such a case TX1IS k
have the spirit to t j and!I For Home Dem. Support
I
The days come and go like muffled M
breath.pf life.Therefore I WHITE SPRINGSNEWS I
'' and veiled figures sent froma your
I Fashion ShowThe
the con- distant friendly: party; but they IN HOSPITAL ON Red Cross
understanding of the say nothing and if we do not use THURSDAY MARCH 14
the state of man I the deadline date for having the Howard Hamlin
ejfts they bringthey carry
order at this time. I on them as silently away. I finished garment in the Home Demonstration by Mrs. Mary Collins Mrs.MTtleHarvey

notice the wording Ralph Waldo Emerson office for entry in the Mrs. Hattie Johnson
"Then shall the !1 eyes I coming fashion show is now 4:30 COVERED DISH SUPPERTO Gus LangfordMrs.

; earth as it was Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan had, p.m. on March 18. No dresses HONOR WIGGINS FAMILYA I Addie Strickland .,
shall return to God 1 supper with their son and! daughter shall be registered after this date.It community Covered Dish Supper Broward Bryan
This is clear to see Eli- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corbett is necessary to have the dress will' be held in the Educational Duewardl Holton
lives on after the I, eyes. Sullivan in Suwannee County last :brought 'in so the description of Bldg. of the Methodist Church on Mrs. Verdie Deas .

It must be Tuesday night. 'the garment can be written by the Friday evening, 6:30 p.m., March J. G. Guess
there is a place of 'I have # '. description committee.Put 15. This will be held in honor of Allen Drake

departed spirits this'Wat"r t a Mrs. Essie Wynn of Lee is spend- March 28 on your calendarto the John Wiggins family. Theyare Mrs. DenobiaV11lis WORLD-WIDE ANNIVERSARYCARD
the hadean world as ing some time with her daughterand attend the H.D. Fashion Showat leaving this community and Geraldine Graham (col.)

f i is paradise, and I family Mr. and Mrs. Claude 7:00 p.m. at V.F.W Home moving to Live Oak. Their service Ossie Ma! Gandy (coL)
I r This is clearly ans- Home. Mrs. Wynn has been on the to the church and community PATIENTS DISCHARGED : ,_} ,
\ teachings of Christ : all sick list but is improving at this I ENGAGEMENTSHENLEY will be deeply missed by all.V e SINCE LAST WEEK r

The names are i with writing. hope to make this a big happy affair Wallace Jackson
\' and a certain rich ss and an invitation is extendedto William R. Osburn OF THANKSI
ham. The rich man we Barnhara Home Dem. Meets MILLER everyone. Mrs. Mildred Stephens
wish to thank friendsfor
: The Burnham my many
Home Demonstration
and the beggar or Lewis Jackson (col.)
Abrahams bosoms I! Club met with Mrs. Ralph CUn- I Mr. and Mrs. Irby C Henley an- CORNER OF CONCERN |I Mrs. Bonnie Hillhouse each kindness shown me duringmy

I'm fully aware that with ningham Wedneesday: March 6 at nounce the forthcoming marriage Mrs. Mary Collins, Mrs. Jean Elton Cribbs stay in the hospital; for each
able, however I'm I II 2:30 p.m. with Mrs Joe Howell i of their daughter Florence Nell, Conner, and Mrs.: Eva Conner are Ronald Hart prayer, visit, flowers and cards.
;to Walter Sammy Miller, son of back and Also since
return home.
Christ never president presiding. Mrs. Cunningham recovering nicely after Leon McDonald my My
had of the devotionaland Mr. W. R. Miller and the late Mrs. undergoing heartfelt thanks to Dr. Mickler and
therefore. We. are I 1 I charge surgery. Mattie Williams (col.)
lesson as a true I the Lord's prayer was repeated. W. R. Miller of Jasper, Florida. Mrs. R. M. Smith has returnedhome Mrs. Rena Southall the entire hospital staff for their
the state of man I The :Minutes were read and approved. :' :Miss Henley is' a graduate of after a week in Jacksonville, Thomas Grant (col.) kindness to me. May God's richest -
being that he is : Mrs. White showed a film on Jackson High School, and! attends undergoing tests and treatment. Mack Strawder (coL) I blessings rest upon each one is

knows what is different styles of furniture inclu- Auburn UniversityThe Mrs. W. A. Saunders has; been Ed: Jones (coL) I I my prayer.
lin- ding different materials used and ,' groom-to-be is a graduate of confined to her home for several William Brown (coL) I Mrs. C. Jenkins
him.We have a workmanship. This should be Jasper High School. He is attend- weeks, but seems to be improving.Dr. .

12:9 which examined thoroughly: when buying ing Auburn University and will R. A. Barnett is able to be
gives
kinds of its to furniture. graduate in,August. He is a mem- up and around some after being

two spiritual. "F who I Refreshments were served by the fraternity.ber of Sigma Phi -Epsilon social confined for a few weeks, after W eddiPho :; ;haII h----;
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had fathers of our 1:7-9 I hostess. Our April meeting will The marriage will take place suffering an attacksees r
rected and and meet with Mrs. Isaac Shiver.
us we in the First .
the I March 23, at 2 p.m., CHIT.CHAT-
ence; Shall we : I Mrs. Frank Hammock of Pinetta Baptist Church, Jackson, Alabama.No Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins and DONALD FREEMAN
invitations will be sent, but
I has been confinedto Pineview Gen- two babies returned! to the city
eral Hospital for the past several all friends are invited. after about four months in New

I days where she underwent surgeryon I York and New Jersey.Mr. 1025 El Prado St. Lake City
I her eye. We hope she will soon ELECTED TO and Mrs. Bartow Jackson

1 be home again. Mrs. Hammock is ANGUS ASSOCIATION ,had a nice weekend visit with their

a Miwd Beady : the mother of Mrs. David Keelingof Henry Bembry, Jasper has been two sons. Rufus Jackson, who is Telephone 7520102Repossession

Vacation :25' I this county. efeTcted to membership in the Amer sereving in the Navy, and Wayne
I Master Sergeant and Mrs. AubraE. ican Angus Association St. Joseph Jackson who is working in Orlando.Mr. .
you1J.I .. I Young and children arived home :Missouri, announces Frank Bartow Jackson is recovering ,

bget last Thursday night from Italy Richards, secretary. nicely after a serious illness. He
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where Aubra and his family haves Mr. Bembry was one of eight is unable to work, and mostly confined -
1 been stationed for the past three breeders of registered Aberdeen- to home.

:years. Then on Sunday March 10, a {Angus in Florida elected to mem- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Feagle Sale
I family reunion was held at the
bership during the past month. celebrated their 50th anniversary,
:home of Aubrea's parents Mr. and i j I and returned home recently after
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Mrs. George Young Sr. in Jennings, two weeks in Miami.
RESORT
I In honor of Aubra and family re-! TAKE UP PAYMENTS ON

100%Air turning back home. They ate out- FORMER PASTOR IN MISS.

luxurious Fresh WoNr doors and had a wonderful time being Rev. Harry Horton, formerly assistant Slightly Used.
; Convenient to Golf together. Mr. and Mrs. Young'sfive OB1TPMES pastor at Jasper First Baptist .

I Tiocls, All : sons and daughter-in-laws and t Church, was elected pianist of
and rwre Club thirteen grand children were thereto !t the State Baptist Religious Education .30 inch DELUXE RANGE

t. Phones In ell ROOM enjoy this occasiion. Those visiting Association last week in Edge- 11 ft. Automatic Defrost REFRIGERATOR2SPEED
Co.binatias Tub Orel Mr. and Mrs. Young Sunday water Park. Rev. Horton went to
/ DELUXE AUTOMATIC WASHER
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Tiled Both In Every
afternnon and to see Aubra and HENRY B. McNEALEY New Orleans to finish his education
PboltSde CofTee Shop I J family were: Mrs. Winnie Martan I when he left Jasper. He is now .21 inch ZENITH T-V WITH ANTENNAAlso
I..'fttscoyneBay. ol Twin Lakes, Mr. and Mrs. Ivey HenryB.:.. McNealey, 70, residentof
Minister of Music and Educational
spacious LOUAQ*w&K Kinsey and Mr. Isaac Shiver of Jennings '' Hamilton County died Monday Director at First Baptist Church: in GOOD USED! REFRIGERATOR going at $50
CrganandTV
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: mornings in the Veterans Hospitalin
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and Rev. and Mrs. Ollie Far
'j j' toeoted Dtra V CM nam and Mrs. Hart of Jasper. Lake City. Survivors are his Greenwood, Mississippi. SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!

: i Bill widow Mrs. Letha Allen McNealey,
JErrenoq Burnham of Washington, Ga. .
spent the weekend with his parentsMr. I Jasper;,jwo sisters, Mrs. Ethel Jennings Hi

l and Mrs. J. S. Bumham. I Iltfrs. Whitehurst of Greenwood, Florida,
ISLAND and Mrs Eddie Lee Ross of Lees- Senior ChatterThanks

Maurice Lindauer and chil- burg, Florida.
much to all who
46 Venetian very
I Jacksonville dren of Valdosta and Mr and Mrs. Funeral services were held on
helped to make our program on
BEACH FlOR' Leon Starling and children of Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the Corinth Tuesday evening a success.

-vi spent Sunday with their I II M Baptist Church in Hamilton County. ] Old Man Summer is right here. JASPER .. ...:... . SY 2-4421 1 _
I parents and grandparents, :Mr. and The Rev. John R. Collins, assistedby know
Ben and Chuck really
i Mrs. Isaac Shiver. j I Rev. Marcus Morrison offidat-
how to take orders for food.
a FILMSDeveloped ''I Mr. and Mrs. T. A Fletcher and 1 I ed. Rev. and Mrs L T. Carter, S. M. is still in the correspon-. -
i sons. W. T and Bruce and friends Ray and Hubert Burnett sang twosons'"Where dence business. .
the Roses Never
President Jerry was on the job
of Valdosta visited their daughter
t Fade.**:and "Gathering Flowers Tuesday night-so were all the Sen-
and sister Mr end Mrs. Wilmer Dine Dance
for the'Master's
i Bouquet"Pallbearers & NitelyNo
,Deas and children Sunday after- ion.
I noon. were: Active: Ollie Glad Rodger is back in school.
Creech J. W.; Skeen Lewis De-, Betty Gean has been absent
:: I Mrs Cecil Crawford and brother montsis,Joe Stafford Edwin Smith. I!this week. She is side. ( Admission Charge)

and sister-in-law. Mft and Mrs.I George Tolar: Honorary: M. J. :: Mike C. W.. Hurst. Jackie! and I

,I Pete Blair, all of Jacksonville" spent :Kirby, Paris O pepper.Arlie Townsend i iI Syl were busy at the wrestling I BAND ON FRIDAY NHES
-NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE! Carmen Hargis. John :McCormick
: Sunday afternoon WIth'Mr.. and Mrs I
Franklin Gaston. I I Charlie Rhoden, Claude match.Eddie has a part in the play I Admission $2.00 Couple No minors Please
I,Home Grover Wheeler. Turner I t will 'I
class
I s BLACK AND WHITE OR-FULL COLOR which the speech presentSo
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sullivan of I Jones. Interment was in Corinth does Judy.BrentJi .
.; SLIDES QR,PICTURES Jacksonville spent the weekend !i Cemetery. Harry T. Reid Funeral and Ruth sold tickets LITTLE HICKORY

'Film For Sale with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I Home was in charge. Tuesday night. Lynette and Edna t'l r {: Formerly Country Kitchen MadisonPAGE

Joe Sullivan. ._ helped with the supper. Linda
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Polaroid Film 35, m.m. Color ,Film = Other Film S s e s 5 I : ESSIE STEWART ordered the groceries for the sup- ,I: !.-

d: Mrs. Rufus Culbreth and daughter -: Essie Stewart, coL of Jasper died per. 9 I
;Brim -: Your Rolls' !To. Margaret attended church at t Saturday at 9:00 oclock. Survivors Joyce has been busy with- her

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Hebron Sunday. I include-two sons. J. D. Stewartof term paper.
THE see Ga. and Johnnie Stewartof
JASPER NEWS Agusta I BASEBALL has startedSo
Mrs. Leon-Soaff and,Mrs. John Jacksonville and 6 grandchildren 1 long tfl later.,

;; SY 26331'o :' Allen Scaff :visited-Mr,' and Mrs.. Funeral services. will be held P.&-the' Annual was mailed to
: z George Young Sr: Monday after Sunday at oclock at A. Ml E.Church. the printers today -' (ppGet. .
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______ '__ I I President of NFJC MISS*.NICHOLS OF VALDOSTA-TO : T7/ iciu .

MOftE BtLSVABLK ., 1' 4e'3'fa5per
BECOME BRIDE OF L J. HOLLOWAY. JRTMr. :
t| Attends Conf. .

mu. I James Glenn Nichols o? Valdosta, formerly of .Tifton. announces Published Every Friday 3
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1 I the of his sister Second Class Postage Paid Florida .'.
m Dr. Marshall Hamilton, Persident engagement Patricia Dianne to Lester James 0' at Jasper, :

-.sw. of North Florida Junior College Holloway Jr., sen cf Mr. and Mrs. Lester James HoQoway cf Jasper. r Subscriptions Strictly in Advance .

-- --- during February 25 thru March 1 The weddingv21 take place April 21, at 3 o'clock ::1 the Pen-: $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County

.f attended the conference of the t Avenue iletho:*"+ Church. No cans- -
Public Announcements Cards of Thanks .\.. . . $1.00 Minimum
American Miss Nichols Is the
Association of Junior Col daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Neely

leges at the Olympic Hotel in Seattle Nichols of Valdosta. She was graduated from Valdosta High School Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 :

IN COURT THE IN COUNTY AND FOR JUDGE'S HAMILTON IN COUNTY THE COURT JUDGE,OF THE Washington and then attended and attended Valdosta State College.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers
HAMILTON COUNTY. the conference of the Association -- --.-
COUNTY. FLORIDA Holloway was graduated from Jasper High School. He is
IN PROBATE NO. 1-118 FLORIDA. IN PROBATE for
IB Ret .Eatate .fRAYMOND la Ret Estate .f Higher Education at the attending Valdosta State College and is employed by Miller Hardware "
J. CAMP. Deceased BLANCHE FEARNSIDE, Deceased Morrison Hotel in Chicago These 72
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL CREDITORS AND are the two most important annual Company.
TO ALL, CREDITORS AND ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR I 0
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID conferences in the nation for Junior G.I.: draws interest and the veteran can
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Insurance Can
college administrators.Dr. .
I draw from it. Under both these
of
ESTATE: You and each you are hereby
YOU and each of you ARE notified and required to present any Hamilton is serving as a plans, upon the insured's death, the >> ":::4
In' 0
HEREBY NOTIFIED AND REQUIRED claims and demands which you or member of the National Commission Help Vets Many .. ... .
receives .
: to, present any claims and demands either of you. may have* against the nrincipaljbeneficiary any ..
} *which you. or either of 700. estate of Blanche Fearnslde deceased on Cuniiculirm of the AI1er- OfficerVeterans money' on deposit in addition to the
may have against the Estate of late of : CountyJudge lean Association of Junior Colleges Ways Says MISS SHARON
BEMBRY TO .
Raymond J. Camp. Deceased late of HamiltonCounty:Florida, I insurance. WED SOON
of Hamilton County. Florida to the at his office in the court house of which met for two days during the : I
Hon. John H. McCormick. County said County at Jasper. Florida within conference. Dr. Hamilton also isserving may make their annual A third plan is called the Premium Mr. and Mrs. Payton Bembry. Sr., announce the approaching
Judge of Hamilton County County six calendar months from the time
GI insurance dividends work for Option which authorizes the
Courthouse' in Jasper. Hamilton of the first publication of this notice. as chairman of a subcommittee -
of
their
marriage daughter, Sharon Leigh, to Mr. Ralph Alco Gay Jr.
County Florida within six months Two copies of each claim or demand dealing with community ser them, either to insure non-lapse of VA to use the dividend toward pay .

-of from this the Notice.date of the first publication shall the place be in of writing residence and and shall post state office vices in the junior colleges. their policy, because of late premium ment of future premiums on the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alco Gay Sr., Jasper.

Each claim or demand must be in address of the claimant and payment, or to build up an anniversary date of the policy. Un- The marriage will be solemnized Sunday March 17, 1963. at three
writing and must state the place of shall be to by the claimant
sworn der this plan there is
residence and post office address of his agent or 0 accompanied interest-bearing deposit. no deposit o'clock p.m. in the First Baptist Church Jasper, Florida.
the> claimant and must be sworn to 1 by a filing :7'fae; dollar TN CIRCUIT COURT. Now that all veteran'policyholders with interest, nor can the veteran All friends and relatives invited.
by the claimant, his agent, or his I and such claim or demand not so THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT have received of their draw from it.
attorney: ,.or.it will become void according !filed shall be void. HAMILTON COUNTY. payment
to law. Ilah Fearnslde High. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY 1963 GI insurance dividends in a No
dividend
more will
Each creditor shall ollver sufficient As administrator of the- Estate PAUL FREDERICK, Plaintiff __...... payments .
copies of his claim to enable of Blanche Fearnside. -VB speeded-up program 'c cftiting; January ,i be due GI policyholders this year'
the County, Judge to mail one to deceased. DOROTHY FREDERICK Defendant they have nearly a year to decide I 1:since in response to the President''
each 22. US:. IN THE NAME AND BY THE
personal representative.Dated Firstrubhcation February
February 12. A. D. 196J. Feb. 22 3tar. 1. 8. 15 AUTHORITY OF TilE STATE whether they want..subsequent i|i to help boost the economy of the|
Raymond J. Camp Jr. OF TO:FLORIDA.DOROTHY dividends paid in cash or left with nation the VA paid $237 million in

John As Executors C. Camp of the Last IN CIRCUIT COURT vh_e residence FREDERICK.and address Is I the Veterans Administration under I I regular 1963 dividends and $90 a y h

Will and Testament of Raymond CIRCUIT THIRD JUDICIAL OF FLORIDA 1133 Colonial Ave. AleslUadria."I1ItI.lal one of tnree clans offered. I million in a special dividend to
.
J Deceased.
First publication Feb Camp.22. 1963 IN AND FOR HAMILTON A sworn bill of complaint having Kenneth Daniels: County Service,. about five million veterans during j

Feb 22. March 1, 8. 15. 22. 1963 Mary Beverly COUNTY.Plaintiff In Chancery been the relief filed In therein this Court sought against being you divorce Officer, explained the three plans i!I I the first four weeks of January '

Va. Divorce you are required to answer' I! available to GI policyholders that I j I Normally policyholders do not
,
I Vandic Beverly. Defendant said Complaint on or before April I ,
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN NOTICE OF SUIT 15. 1963, furnishing' to C. A. Avriett, I will insure keeping their policies in receive their regular dividend un- vh.
AND FOR HAMILTON IV THE NAME OF THC STATE OF Jasper Florida. Plaintiffs Attorney force and, or, build up an interest- I til the month of the anniversary
COUNTY
.FLORIDA
a copy thereof else decree P P
In Probate Sitting: ToVANDIE OF FLORIDA BEVERLY: Route No. 3. fesno will be entered against pro you con- I bearing deposit just like in a bank. I i date of their policy which spreads
IN RE: Estate of Boston, Georgia. Defendant: WITNESS my hand and the official First is a deposit plan where the |'the payments over a 12-month period -
of this .
Court at '
Jasper Florida,
MATTIK FI>CIIKR CtSSIDV.! You are hereby required to fhls 11th day of March. A.D. 1963. veteran asks. the VA insurance I Daniels explained. i I ft/II et -
DeceasedNOTICE take notice that a suit has been
OF FILING FINAL HRTURVS filed against: : you in the Circuit THELMA Clerk LEWIS center holding his policy to leave ;
Circuit
AND PETITION FOR DISCHARGE Court of Hamilton County Floridaat (SEAL) Court his future dividends on deposit j i MIDWAY HOME DEM. 1
OF ADMINISTRATOR.NOTICE Jasper, Florida by Mary Beverly. C. A. AvriettJasper 'f
is hereby given that I in which a divorce is .sought to be f FloridaIN where it will draw intereest. He CLUB MEETS
have filed my final returns as Administrator obtained by her from you. can draw from the account but I ...
of the estate' of :MATTIE You are. further required to file ,
FINCHER CASSIDY. deceased and your answer to the Complaint in CIRCUIT COURT. deposits can only be from policy I The Midway Home Demonstration -
that I have also filed for the office of the Clerk of said Court THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'
petition
my "dividends. Should he get in a tight Club met at the home of Mrs I ---
HAMILTON -
distribution and for final dischargeand and to serve a copy of same uponF. COUNTY. I
that upon the 25th day' of B. Harrell. plaintiff's attorney. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY spot.he can authorize the VA to I Summerlin Peeptes on March 5
:March 1963. I will apply to the lion. at his Office In Jasper, Florida on ROCIIEL.L.E HEATH, Plaintiff pay a premium for him from the i I with 12 members and two visitors'!
John II. :McCormick County Judgeof or before 25th day of !March A. D.. -VB I
Hamilton County Florida, for 1963. otherwise a decree pro confes- f 0\H G. HEATH. Defendant fund.A present. The devotional was led t|
approval of said final returns and so will be entered against you. IN THE NAME AND BY THE second plan is called the Credit I by Mrs. Peeples, assisted by Mrs. J
for an order of distribution and for Witness my hand and the seal AUTHORITY OF THE STATE II
final discharge as Administrator of of said Court on this the 18th day OF FLORIDA: Option and works the same as the j Joe Mitchell. |
'said estate. I of February A. D.. 1963. TOl NOAH G. HEATH w fa one realdrnrr Deposit Plan except it has a built- j The business meeting ayV
and address In 3OO4 Tenth was pre-
This February 18th, 1963.M Thelma Lewis. Clerk of I
B. BROWN Administrator Circuit Coqrt of Hamilton Street, Bay city Texan in protection for the payment of i sided over by the vice president,
of estate of Mattie Fincher County Florida: : -' been A worn bill of complaint having any premiums the veteran might Mrs. Bennie Mae Griner.
Cassidy deceased. (SEAL) % "' filed In this Court against you
Feb. 22. Mar 1, 8. 15..1963. I:eb. 22. Mar 1. 8. 18. 1963 the relief therein sought being divorce forget to pay before the grace per- Mrs. White our Agent was in I
,
you are required to answer also
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iod expires. charge of the and
said Complaint on or before April I II program gave
15. 1963. furnishing to C. A. Avriett -I some very informative facts concerning -
I CLASSIFIED ADSFOR Jasper. Florida. Plaintiffs Attorney -
the different styles of fur-
a thereof
copy else decree pro con- Pressure Creosoted .
fesso will be entered against you. niture and how to select the correct >Y s 4

SALE-SHETLAND BEEF FOR SALE-One half or ial WITNESS deal of this my Court hand at and Jasper the offic Florida FENCE POSTS, POLES I : style best suited to our every- v

Fawn colored, 4 white PONY.j one quarter. Cut and wrapped if this llth day of March A. D. Southern WoodPerserving !I day needs. A film strip was also
1963.
Star pony cart black requested. Call V. L. Wetherington THELMA LEWIS I shown on this subject.

harness saddle, two bridles. Call phone 792-2621. lip Clerk Circuit Court C.o j Mrs. Peeples served delicious .refrpshments.
(SEAL)
SY2-6546. Carroll W. Hunter Itp C. A. AvriettJasper Baldwin Fla. 26'6-4251 MISS SHARON LEIGH BEMBRY
Florida Mrs. John Goolsby reporter
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I WANTED Representative needed -
"DOES PUBLIC OPINION _- -- -
INTEREST in this area for Stanley Home
YOU "

We are seeking capable people Contact Products.Mrs.No Una experience Doubley,needed.Route I j. "

to do interviewing for The Gallup 1, Box 34, Lake City, Fla. or call

Hamilton Poll on a County.part-time basis in Rural 752-2650. m29c I In the open test that t tears'em. apart.Jhe Daytona 500 .


Rate $1.35 per hour plus 8c for 5A La

resume mileage. of Write qualifications sending complete and job FOR ph. 792 KENT 3771-or 792-6791 Furnished Apt.tfc Ford durability conquered the field1st,2nd,3rd,4thai1d

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experience, including age and ed- WANTED or 5-foot disc harrow
ucational background. Apply to
for Farmall Super A Tractor. Call "As a moth gnaws, so doth envy
Public Opinion Surveys Inc., 53 "
Charles Tompkins' SY2-6331. tfc consume a man .. .
Bank St. Princeton, New Jersey."

WANTED Spike Tooth drag -St. Chrysostom
FOR SALE OR RENT Wonder Harrow. Must be in good condition. Envy in small amounts is pardonable 5th .

Bar Also Shallow well and Deep Call the Jasper News or see -in fact to be expected. -

well pump. Wonder Bar, Jasper Charles Tompkins. Itp However, when the green- _
Florida ml5p eyed monster of envy is allowedto

REPAIRS--We repair all types assume all-consuming proportions L Ft
'FARMS WANTED IF YOU
TV and radios, also small ap- when calm and sensi-
would like to sell farm, _
your
pliances. Mannings Radio Service ble perspectives are lost .then
see us. We have calls for farms Jasper SY 24421. tfc we have created a difficult personal ry.i

every week. .W. L. Bryan RK. hardship of character.A .

Real Estate Broker. Phone SY WANTED TO Buy approximately;, reasonable for en-
capacity
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 700 feet of irrigation pipe. Call the
vy can often be an effective
Jasper News office Itp
goad to improvement. It
I can
Georgia Plate Glass Co.
within sensible bounds, spark a

.Mirrors Store Fronts Resilvered {j MONUMENTS little extra effort in the pursuitof \\\\ rmi

I Memorials by ROBERTS ofGa., self-improvement and attain-
.Tub Enclosures, Showers
one of America's oldest and best ment of desired creature com Vary a .z nd ,,{ t f
4 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5283 {
I '4 R
VALDOSTA known names in Monument build- forts. 1 1e irh .'

,ing. Genuine Quarried Granite and s
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Incidentally, in the pursuit of 'fir
SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field Marble carved by trained and t
something extra in a laundryand
.Cleaning J. W. Darby, call after experienced Sculptors. Shipped direct #cI
dry cleaning service
*6 p.m. M15p from finishing plant. you
need look no further than JASPER
: Leroy M. DeVane Factory
'HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 LAUNDRY & CLEANERSThe
Representative Jennings Fla m22c
bedrooms, near downtown $7500. work is the finest in the

Let us show you this one, only one SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS area, and we pick up and deliver ew tits

,of several listed with Robert Ehlert -Best of condition. Priced at JASPER LAUNDRY &

SY2 6331, or with W. L. Bryan SY2- to IlL Mannings Radio Service CLEANERS. Phone 7936931.VALDOSTA f

2985. Registered Real Estate Brokers I Jasper. Phone SY 2441 tfe. :
tfc. ., _

: !I VISIT FRIER NEEDED MUSIC COMPANYin I
FARMERS
Live Oak, Florida for all your L 4 ,
It takes money to make musical needs from organs and :. /I li'i

money. See your cooperative pianos to records and record play- 75, I : : :

PCA for a farmer-planned loan. !!. tfe : .
Terms up to T years. See North f
Florida Production Credit Assoc Don't Fret-CaH Sweat! I SPEEDWAYSTOCK ;..f 1 .

nation South Ohio Avenue,. Live Sweat's Radiator Service

Oak, Florida, Telephone 362-2588 !I 35 Years in Radiator Business In

Valdosta Radiators Cleaned.

FOB SALE Good Modern Home I I Recored Repaired Daytona is "private" test arranged by a manufacturer to favor hb car's strong .

and 2 acres on paved road near Cars Trucks, Tractors l'.. ES : ... .V'" points. It is open competition-anyone can enter-and the one thins that Is "j

.Jasper. Deep wen .screened porch. Work Guaranteed W---_ ... ._- proved by its searing 560 miles b just exactly how well a car hangs together. AtM :

$2500 .down See W. L. Bryan. SY2- S Hwy 41, VALDOSTA CH2-6907 9M ..1J1..24.1H3 Daytona, Florida, on February 24, five brand-new 1963X Fords showed the world

2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331.1 I BUILDING AND large .:... .S1M"I'1D..."' = what durabXty means by sweeping the first five places. And that has never been .

Reg. Real Estate ot In Jasper for sale. $7500. Call equaled in Daytona history I
.. ..
Robert Ehlert. SY 2-6331 L. S\-s I .
OPPORTUNITY open for $97.50 per or W. 1RKr ri The box score at the left tens the true all the other things that go into Ford's !; .
SY 2-2985 Real 'Estate
Bryan Reg.
week man. Age 25 to 59. Also CAP
story..car: endurance that takes brutal concept of performance..
have opening for semi-retired man. Brokers. S .V p91r88 2 -11 .
punishment and comes back for more. These were the same &K Super

Route(Would Sales.consider For lady personal 40 to inter-60.) OOD USED TV-Installed for RACES ." No proving ground can equal this Torque Fords that made styling history i I Il

$100 and Itp. Mannings Radio \ 7 V... 3 7tt kind of torture. Daytona was a chatat their preview at Monaco and
,
view in
your community .write J. Service SY 2-4421. Jasper tit 3 MRcs South .. v...... .
:3L McGarity. P. O. Box 627. Will- On tile MadiSM Hiehw lenge we welcomed, a chance to 'Which were recently announced at

iston, Florida. 19mc FOR BENT Furnished apt At 1-75 hdrrdtaip.SEASON I 71.-' 3 -.1Ii. prove in open competition the essenyour Ford Dealer's. They're yours now; .

Inquire at Jasper News Office tfc ; tial durability that makes possible the get behind the wheel and find out for '

h HOUSE FOR SALE la Jasper in OPENS 1 t 21r_ 1 ig... silence the solid road-grip, the ease of yourself what performance means! ,
good location near hospital suit- FARM FOB SALE-139 acres near
SUNDAY, MARCH 17; : ttAJS IX CTUMX.or .
POK it13Uz
,able for two control, the balanced braking and 5) MHO CQMrftHT
apartments. $7,000. Live Oak. Good House, 169 big SECOND RACE wfMMsU noouco

Call W. L. Bryan. SY2-2985.! or pecan trees, 125 acres tobacco. SUNDAY, MARCH 31. I 1" '
.Robert Ehlert SY6331. Reg Real Price 522.560. See W. L. Bryan. InnMJrtlPBfOUAICLtOTAlPERfORllMCE j

Estate Brokers. Other Robert SY2- Race Tame -3:00 pm. .
property SY2-2985 or Ehlert -- ,; ,4. -'! .
.also available. tie 6331. Registered Real Estate Brokers -
Admission: Adult -UI. ? ,

USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR ,STAPLERS and STAPLES tip Stodwrs J1J*. CWWrtfi U. : Lewis Motor Co

Sal.. God coM&tfea. $48. and dar It. AdmMwl F,....
"$5O. Manaus=. Radio Repair All Sizes In Stock at I

.Jasper ".1 I THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA

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45 oz. Jar
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Mustard 6 oz. 10 .. .. WILSON'S CERTIFIED LAMB
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SELECT .... POUND CAN
AMERICAN BEAUTY BEEFLIVER. 4LSR pO" neUlTlb.. ,

CREAM STYLE 303 can $ ...: ROASTMEATY 3'9

CORN.. < FIRST CUTPORK : ...
SUNLITE 303, can lb.

VAN TOMATOES CAMP'S 300 can for. ChopsFRESH 3- 9C NECKSMALL, BONES PORK :Ib. 15 c I i

PQRK & BEANS
FROZEN lb. cup --

Pork Brains 19c,
CRISCO SPIC& SPARE GRms' '49clb.. C
SPAN
DRY SALT II). lb

OIL Small Size ........ .24, WHITEBacon 29 C ARMOUR'S SLICED!'! G. PEACH lb.. 3,9 C can

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96 oz. "j' r. BACON. .
GIANT ,
$1.39
Jug......... COPELAND: ,. -
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Limit of choice
C0MET f FRANCS....:.. pkV39c 1 one your
12
oz., ._. FRESHLY with $5 or more food order

12 Bottle oz. ........ .25 C.:a. For 43 C OLD FASHION lb. Ground :Beef 3 Ib. $1.47 ,- BIRDSEYE
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DAISY CHEESE ._.____ 49c -- p. > BLACKEYED
PEAS, ....2 pkgs. 49c
PURE VEGETABLE

iy. SNOWDRIFT. 3.. ;= [fl J BIRDSEYE BIRDSEYE CUT BEANS...._.._2 pkgs 10-oz.39c


Limit one with $5.00 or more food order. SPINACH ___......... 2 pkgs. 39c
FLA. C. HENDERSON ;00 .-

2 Gr LARGEDoz..A "SUGAR 5.. -- SARA POUND LEE CAKE-...... Ea.* ?79c


Limit one with-$5.00 or more food order. -t .I J SARA CHICKEN,LEE pkg.._...5 9 C
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.t WELCH'S. 33.BLEACH. qt.21c
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CLEAIIIOGK -.0.' "n, If: w-v JK/Z "". Can___ 1. for FUN BATH...-- ,59c,,. .

STARKIST ":. ,., ..9 FOR A'LIMITED TIME ONLY "- .
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CARTON. '89 !0 ;.,,,,.> n.rn.i .' 'P r J J' A A Total Value".{.W ,
1 \ BATH' ;BAIt rIJa.: \' pi, .CITlC I Maxwell House YOU PAY ONLY
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i. U"FIF..T'a: a ;RoII---- 8 CORNING COFFEE MAKER
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Limit one with $5.00 or more, .!:food order,,,\: .... ;;... E A N UTS 'v, Prices Good March 14-TSf thru r March..::; .' 18.' --1963-' QUANTITY)RIGHTS RESERVED --.J,




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