The Jasper news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028306/00168
 Material Information
Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
notis - ADA7388
lccn - sn 95047198
System ID: UF00028306:00168

Full Text
.. .... .- --
-, ........ .. ". -


l .1. .. I ,' .. .
f -

: .

) % '. r i .t.f.; .

LJ. --:-- ,." ... -...,. _...: : '1 a ,.,....;J, ':..,.... .
; ." A -
r" "' If' _
;:-# ''''''''' ?f "R"'i '* -*'" .:"
J.i I 'J-w- 4'" "M', :'f.W i"" WiP trFLORI.' <, .
: : : : -.p; ( ; : : '
't. } "

1l S t' '-"', ,.-..:.,'}.'\.<',i".:'. 'ei t ew'I 5" J.:

( ,\ -- a5p ,..c, "

; f, 9 :; CRO




I i "Bil P .ame" YOUR, :CONGRFSSMAN. 1963 Feed Crap i ""Fashion Sl ow" is "Howling Success" I

SchedUled At DON.FUQ Program, SIgltJpReported by Virgie Hyman
White Springs Reports: From Washington
Perhaps the most enjoyable city-Fashion Commentator Mrs. Art
.. SINCERELY GRATEFUL TO spiritual values of life which have unifying entertainment since the {Bradley.
The ( WWte sprrcu a 'Beek YOU" -:Tbis-is."the first" tsuie 'of cdRferifested SO tiifectiytolhe growth ,F'eed rain...Produ ttILIi,Hamilton "District School" Was,staged by the j Soloist Harvey OeWertl
41 Varsity Team Giris.:and Boys-win what wejjope will be a twice monthly and development: our nation. County signed 'up l8;'fartrns'to voting' adults in.. -JnOre.than>, BATHING SUIT MQ S Juvisha >
play ngalnrt an.Adult-Faculty' 'BasketbaU report to, the people of'oxa 'dis Reapportiening State Legisla- participate in the 1953 feed grain 50 years ago was the Fashion Braswell. Jacqueline j Vlnson,
"TfrMi, Friday p Mawh ,29.; tract: At the outset I want to, express -. tures Another biH which I Introduced program, M. :T. Miller. Chairman Show:: burlesqued by prominent men I (Jack Penelope Kep (Purdie),
11 7:30, p.m., JLn the; White and bumble at the fthe Florida of Jasper Friday evening March
1963y '' my deep. appr request o : Agricultural Stabilization1 and Conservation i Donna Wetherington (Don) Salome
.feeai.. :Gym. fHacgte. ,w.r <'. Nation to the..fine.-people l Jn "Flort Legislature: would make they reapQoctieeing -, County 21st at the High School'auditorium Deas (Santa) Roberta Fisk (Robert
a girls jpaMt,M4. .a >.'t'.....,...#'S...''t h'sr Ninth Congressional .District .. of our state' .legislatures ports. The sir-up CortoHttee.proud; ended, re .gym. The District School Was In the f Priscilla fleas (Pete), Johanaa
'" The r 7 ,for allowing: jne 'this..'t>rtvfre' : *: ? of the' sote' business of the,March 22. The "Intentions to participate auditorium of the Jasper &orml Mitchell! (Joe)

be coiJa. am'of r: Girls -' "'.eiret serving them" in. the, Congress- of states a matter which on my opinion forms show 6435.0 acres 'to' a.z Institute, and foremost oar memories -IPONYTAIL JAZZ by Joyce Ann
Making"9Mwn, !'Speed **. the United States.' f Is a critical area for the rightsof be diverted from the production of were the twin sisters Cornelia i Burch and Connie Sue Atwell l (Mar
"All A erica*# 'AI13n fl... "5hfer'il.+ Our 13- Counties ate; similar in our sovereign.stales.I corn and grain sorghums** 3 Worley (Wynn and,, Emma Johns) 'lily Bird Dance Studio, Live Oak
4 Ing" WHKm."'llebovn4'1 .so many respects.': Our economy is t was most pleased to see Democratic SUPPORT YOUR RED CROSSon and their little brother Mr. Dan j(Florida)
"Free "...PriArBuJ primarily: an agricultural: one, bolstered Majority Leader Carl Albertexpress i For farms signed"upV; estimatedtotal i << Boynton whose nose always needed SPORTWEAR MODELS Ann
lard 'Greasy r )Fingers'' ; with the,honor of'saving'sour 'I : attention. For weeks afterward. the {
; his support of this measure : payments for diverting acre. corn and grain Camp, Charlene Jones (Charles)
"5t "m m y" Stermant.il i WiMf: rWhlta1er r, state's Capital 'City :and ha-:' recently for many of us feel that. age amount to $93,515.00, not in- through loans and purchase sorghum partly I District School was the "talk of the Leslie HoHoway (Lester), Jeanie
"Crazjr CraftCIeft: frig four outstanding .educational this is an area best solved' by; the :[t eluding price-support, payments to ments and partly through an agree-in- Town" as is the' Fashion Show of Lang (Gene) Jackie Sand n (Jack)

"Leaping" Tomlinson. '"Krusing" institutions of, higher learning.At ]t people Of the ,Individual states and be made this fall. kind.payment based ,on the normal 1963. I j Belinda Hill (Billy) Dionne Wether

Kaeiser,, "FirebaH'...Friend all times I solicit,your counsel not' the;federal- government' In general, provisions of the 1963 production of the acreage planted] It Is the personnel that makes : ington; (Don).
BOYS "Toughie" McDuHie."BouncijBij" and davice for I truly want to'represent I Bill- to Assist our Farmers, program follow those of 1961 and this Jr'to' one or, more. of. the these things, go cities:can't com ,'.i STREET CLOTHS MODELS -
; Bteckwell., "Portly"' our people My every action (Two Bills would assist our farmers.I 1963 by giving feed grain producers three feed grains. : : 'pete-the citizenry must be known Carol McLauchhn, Bridget Ehlert
Porter* "Hopingi' Hillhouse "Easy;win ,be based on that which 'willbest I One would provide for the continu-j i an opportunity to participate in the The 1961 and 1962 grain programs I to the audience the'tnimsters the (Bob). Daphine Braswell (Dan)
Basket? E. V Stormaant, "Jiving' }; serve our country' and our+'ed. lease and transfer of tobacco program I by reducing'. acreages and have brought'about a reversal of a I:store keepers the lawyers arid the j jI .Belle Kyser (Bill), Felicia Shep-
J. B. Stormant !"Breeze"-B. Dees, people and I shall ever be'mlndful acreages on an annual basis so that [devoting the land to conserving 10-year build-up In feed grain sur,I professor folks -we know byname I i herd. (Foster), Hesslea Blasing-
"Repeat Breeze" J. Dees "BeenPo1e" that "It is you the people who have}a. farmer might take a small plot }'i uses. By participating they will pluses. By Oct. 1 of this :year .. ]i j jI i ame (Hess). Wllheknina Garrag-
auUard.ropsy" G. Tomlin given me" this opportunity to serve.,it I and combine with several leased I receive diversion payments and estimated total feed grain stocks of 'han' (Wayne).
son "tens. Shot" J. Shaw "dob- I pray that I shall never fail .you small plots to'make an economically price-support payments and be eligible 61 million tons will be down about I STEERING COMMITTEE' -- Mrs.*'..BALLET NUMBER by Karen Me-
bering Ogburn: "Wobbling" Wal- in that trust. .. { feasible plot. The other continuesthe ( to take part in.the price-sup- 28 percent from the record 84.7 million .Clinton 1\fi tchell, Mrs. Jim Martin, Chin (KayoEVENING .
dron, "Mopey" Morgan; "Smir/: OUR NEWSLETTER: It Is definition of peanuts as used |port payments and' be eligible to tons on Oct. 1. 1961. Continued jMrs. William Kyser, Mrs. Wiffiara: WEAR MODELS -
Shaw ,"Witty" mitaker. "Artful" desire that this newsletter serve our by the USDA In that it provides take part I nth e price sup- participation around levels of the Fisk, Mrs. Dan BraswetL I'I I Teresa Taylor, Carlotta Carter
:that fed to swine boiledare I MAKE UP .Lee Bessie (Carlton). Lou Collum J.
Altman. in inform the people of our district peanuts or port loan program. Price support past 2 years should bring feed Marjorie Jenny (
l Cheerleaders fojthe: Adult-Facul of the activities of the Congress'and not counted against quotas. ;for 1963 to farmer participating In grain stocks near a desirable re-I Mae Griner. L. ). Bonita Burch (Billy) Josephine -
ty Teams will Yelling' Young the work we are doing' Through OUR.NATIONAL SECURITY The ,the program will be- -made n___ :avsilaM---- *: sene level hv f\rt 1, 1QCJ. PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM I Dunaway (Jim) Cemintine
"Bashful" Boltin, "Devilish" DanIel this medium, we will attempt to defense of this nation Is of grave I Betty Kate Deas. ;Mitchell (Clinton), Jesseca M*(.
"Cheering" Ogburn, "Spirited"Shaw give our impressons of the work concern to very citizen of our na- :The Desire For Greatnessv I STAGE DECORATION: Jim chell (Jesse), Brenda Brewer:
and The Be-Bopping" Dees and activities of our national .government I tion. In order to meet the threat of j '. :: Camp, Mary Francis Lewis.. I (Billy) .
Girls Communism, we must remain militarily STAGE MANAGER Joe Corbet ,BRIDE Agatha Bradley (Art)
as they effect our people. i By John T. Miller
"at The wisdom of I I subject to criticism when taken Jo SLEEPWEAR MODELS
There wire a "twist contest to strong. a I Mitchell MUSIC -, An Burch, Linda
present our views and report I The ambition
the half time-complete with judges upon our work.COMMITTEE ** strong and diversified defense was !i to be numbered II IIl I literally. It contains elements that Pianist, Jo Coe; Publicity, Bee FenneU. Ramona Andrews (Rance)
and prizes. Everyone is invited to ASSI8NMENT proven its people from the threat i i'[among the great men and women are both true and false. The language Ehlert. i Hilda Morgan (Hilwardh Ernestine
., watch the games and enter is that It of nuclear Soviet arms in Cuba. 'I I of the world is not to be condemned I I was intended to be taken in Jack Vinson and Jim Mahin Courtoy (Ernest) Heneritta Lee
the come"Twist Contest." Congress my feeling'in the next the few actions of|1Last ,week in the House I voted ,I'I't ''on and the contrary,.it Is' praisworthy figurative, : sense ,and as such per- gave an advertising preview skit ((Henry) Juliet Martin (Jim) Maur-
years I( a most
will affect the I118IL' (for the continuation of the draft highly commendable mits many implications and interesting at the Elementary and High t reen O'Oain (Marvin) Jane Coe
destiny One trait
of human character
The de- deductions.One .
of the 'for four more years and for vital Schools Thursday and Friday after (Jim)
KhyanisWins most important areas of voted funds to build eight more sire to be great, however may is justified in concluding that noons. I OLD LADY Sarah Sanova
development will be that of space- submarines and funds for stem from a variety of sources- the standard employed in reckonIng affair I(
its nuclear It was estimateed that this Sayer).
Award ForAmericanism fense.explorations Both and its use for de- ''the development of the RS-70 plane. I -good, bad .and indifferent. This individual greatness constitutesan will net the Woman's Club $250.03. ;CAN-CAN NUMBER by Elaine
are vitally important to
the American |It is my belief that this nation must j jI fact alone makes .it :advisable to accurate index to the cultural FOR YOUR SCRAP BOOK Dennis Sheila :McDaniel Jill Mc-
will be space'I have a diversified weapons arsenal. 1I 'i iI examine the motivating- agency level of the life of the people who WELCOME ADDRESS Mrs. .CUllen and Marsha Bird (Marilyn
a keynote for Congresses
many that one to
We must have a strong nuclear prompts aspire for make the evaluation. History shows Clinton Mitchell, Bird Dance Studio, Live Oak.)
Kiwanis International receivedtop to come." i I[|striking power to match the Reds, I greatness. Admitedly. the motive that our country has been characterized -,
recognition in the ,Americana, That is why I 'was proud to be 1 I,we must have strong conventional that odminates one's- behavior constitutes by several different levels j
, General Division, of the.Freedoms named by my colleagues to the forces!, We must not put all of our the criterion*foi, determining -:,The Colonial Period was predomin-,j
.. Foundation Awards contest, Friday important Science and Astraonaut-j[I I whether the ambition.should bencottage antly spiritual and was noted for
eggs,ire! '*one_ ,. Jb ut:must. .be I Ii
yalIey.ForgerPenrr' let tf e1tmd.a1ft1 alr '" : ? Or discDti, aSGd1 and '
Februaty22-at; : which' Communismr poseV to"- the itsfepirii: orahruistie'service.; This
1 1 sylvania,- according to Julian' c; space projects, ot-.onfY* for Tt6e;:[1 i rkl-to meeet forthrightly the Inhibited.The disposition or way of life has undergone -
Wood, President .jol "tb.' Kiwanis exploration of outer space but de-;, challenge of the Communist masters desire for greatness seems marked transformation
velopment of space weaponry ,for to be Inspired by (1) a spirit of
Club of Jasper. who. proclaim that our grandchildren j within the past two hundred years.
The ,Award is the-thirteenth that our defense. This committee also will live under Commu- personal ambition and for self-ag.Then and now provide a provoca-
Kiwanis has recived from the Free- deals with the work: of agencies i nism. Let,us resolve that the grand grandizement ,or by (2)) a spirit ofaItroisl1 ttive' study in the field of contrast.
doms Foundation since the Founda- such 'as the National Science Foundation ;, children of the Communist dictatorship },- desire to be of maximum -j Material progress has been t y
tion's inception.. It came for "Ki- most vital to our high will live under freedom. service to those who are in I achieved beyond that which could
wanis" battery of programs con- schools and universities and a TilE CUBAN. MENACE .- Amongthe need of personal assistance. The have been predicted 200 years ago.
ducted at grass roots level, promoting host of scientific and research pro- grave problems facing these latter constitutes the pathway to.lIt I has been phenomenal. With all
better understanding of grams. I United States is that governmentonly greatness. Neither one of the above I lof our accumulated wealth and registered -
4 5 and participation in, the foundamental Space is vital to Florida for in 90 miles off the coast of Fonda types of service is ordinarily foundin i material progress along so
freedoms upon which our free the complex at Cape Canaveral we its pure form, but the line of!many different lines one is sometimes -
constitutional government is based. have one ,of the centers of space (Continued on Pace 6) demarcation that separates them is made to wonder if we have
Special note was made of Kiwanis exploration fort world. I feel I usually discernible through a direc-I not lost something of tremendous
four-year old Citizenship Quotient that as time moves ahead we will ted process of observation.The value which characterized some
program by means of which criti- find Florida playing ane" er increasing meaning and the distinction I former periods of our national life
zens are encouraged to rate themselves role irt this vital program (To Treat Horses implied in the above classificationof The spirit of altruism-regard for
as citizens taking whatever and am grateful for the opportunity desires is clear enough. No explanation the welfare of others-has. seemingly -
I measures they, themselves, may to serve on this very important committee I This Sunday therefore, will be given. been supplanted by a spirit
deem necessary to, up grade their of the Congress. I All horse owners in the area are History is replete with examples of of disregard for others and by a
i "citizenship quotient" should it be FIVE BILLS INTRODUCED I invited to bring animals for sleepIng -both[I types of service. They are too spirit of rugged Individualism, a
I found wanting. have introduced five bills in the I I sickness shots to Rance An- well known to require listing here form of thesurvival of the fittest A
Kiwanis International President 88th Congress? which I believe to.be drews home west of Jasper' on I I They can be found on local, state, spirit of distrust a tendency toward
Merle H. Tucker of Gallup New important to oUr people": Among Xoams road at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, national and inter-national: levels. deception, lack of consideration for
*i Mexico received the Award for his these'are: Prayer in th. Public I March 31. ,The reader is left ,free' to exercise our fellowman a desire for self
organization at ceremonies held In'Tomas ,i Schools This bill would proving At the same time it Is expected [I his own choice in the selection of exaltation and self aggrandizement
Hall, a building ,on the for an .amendement to the Constitution the group will plan a trail ride if I examples. I appears to be In the ascendency.In e
grounds of Valley Forge Military to permit the reading of the I enough are interested.! There seems to be different stan- our social, intellectual and religious
Academy near the Freedoms' Foun Bible and prayer in our public I: All horses in this, area are subject dards of evaluation used In the I lives where there should,be j
elation headquarters. Presentation schools. This.nation has-been bless- to sleeping sickness If they process of reckoning greatness. I found no deception the findings are ,
of the Award was made by the ed for 'its faith in God our coins are not protected. Veterinairan There are also widely different.not too reassuring. The desire for |
I Reverend Frederick'Brown HarrisD. and. currency bear the legend "In William.,Kyser,, will be present and areas of activity where the term!Impressions In too many Instances,
D. Chaplain} of the United States God We Trust" I believe our children will treat the animals at reduced I greatness Is employed to indicate j seems to be substituted for inner I!
Senate and National Chaplain of the need ,this emphasis upon the price for- this- .group.- a superlative type of personal/]realities. Apparently it matters_ J JI
Freedoms Foundations.In ___ t tI. achievement This serves. In part/I little what we are in reality
accepteing the Award Kiwanis |Ito explain the differences in |I.f constitutes the object of prime what//

International President Tucker THE AMERICAN WAY I dards of measurement. It stan-I',.I sideration is the impression
said, "Each year, we in Kiwanis I. also that the term is used ;we are able to create in the ,opin-

point our efforts toward t thing that has made the spirit of -' ""-- tors.After This Is beyond doubt a materialistic -
the Freedoms Foundaion one of the i I taking considerable time In a where too many people are
Great inspirations of our time-the I ,"-.... .. '1" ," thinking, over<,the different fieHs seeking compensate for,culpable
encouragement of the free citizento S W,1ou.Y..tIc of activity where the 'ternrr-greatness Irregularities by donning 'a :superficial
assume the, responsibility essen-II -, is employed and in examining coat of respectability thereby
tial to the continuance of that free- "..:'"- 11M tt)h PCltElf Gib6f 'the factors that constitute the concept hoping to qualify outwardly at least :4F.
fit ) !
dom. We are grateful for the oppor- j I of greatness in several. areas, to meet the ,expected cultural and ..
tuniy to perform ,this task;, grateful ,.. _" 4 of activity. the writer Is, proposing]spiritual,standards when the basic
too, that Freedoms'*Foundation ,# t ... I''1 the term "service" as the common j element-are sadly lacking. The I .
has seen fit to recognize: us for It.: .'i? 1 denominator with the specific area}age of materialism discounts the
So long as the Freedms: Foundation } (of activity as the numerator. For finer cultural values of life.
and the ,ideals] it rep septs jare.; 4)) I example we would then speakqf
active in this land of ours,thegtl e : greatness .in Industrial, service Oonchaioo I

future of...our land ,Is truly. fair to d greatness in Spiritual service ,and The pathway of true greatness,
contemplate." 'I. '- so on down the line of services. the techniques of service as taught\,
Key Club International .the high This would make for clarity and by Jesus and the standard of true j I
schools boys service organization definiteness in meaning.To I greatness are' lessons that we
which Kiwanis sponsors .also re- meet the expanded needs of perience great difficulty in ex-I
Award: A George Washington Honor the term service It may be.necessary I ing. when judged by our daily k i. t4. ...1a
Medal in the Americana, General to further classify the term havior patterns. As a people we
classification for "the accom- service as direct or Indirect; im are predominantly .selfcentered.When
plishments of its programs. 'Com-, mediate more or less remote, we render service we expectto
bat Complaoeny," and ** Fulfill r material or spiritual. In this connection be repaid in some fashion or we
Freedom's Challenge." however.. It should be re- give In return for services which
In making the announcement. membered ,that the dominant ele- we have already received, or ex
Julian C. Wood, President .0! the ment In service that meets the pect to receive sometime In the future. -
local Kiwanis dub pointed out thatit .. standard for greatness Is 'still that : This Idea Is embodied In the
was the ,combined effort of all of altn iism- The Latin phrase, Non- Latin phrase "Quid pro quo" seems

Kiwanis :clubs, working throughoutthe :/I-{ ', sibi sed Aliis-translated. Not for to be regnant in our present age.
United States and In 'Canada, { self or ourselves, but for others We, find ,our lives. In losing them
too (with specal emphasis onCanadian -- .. \ .. expresses in compact fashion the |. in the service of others, is logically I

problems, of, course) which > ,:- In.. ..' .. ... .' 1"1/ ",", $ i essence of greatness.. | sound. True greatness Is measured -
made the achievement. ..of at i top ..I'5{ t "' I . Freedom Foundation Award a pbs- :! that"Some men''are born great i of Man came not to be ministered
sibility. 7 '"lI r-l t iLIF! THE'PU4NHER HADJiISW: Y/ some'achieve rgreatBess; and some into, but to minister and give His
I 4 .nVJ .., have greatness thrust upon them"' life for many." Mark 10, 45.
n 1 11nr" r
t : E '

I ,,,", ,. -
L ,
." -

:: -;;;:--:
: ,
-- .-'-- -- ,- u -- '
AI" - -'- -

.! J. .

I J. 4


( PAGE TWO '::;;::;. .:::;;:;;; :: THELJASPER: ; { ,NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA. L.':. ,Friday, March 29. l 1963


!J Hospital News JENNINGS"!-; Ms Burnham f I News JJ I \ .1.CARD. "OF- THANKS '-. -'

r '" .
111 Public J oupponrgogpw .
I : -,. By'LOIS ZfPPEREK We wish to thank our friellds'andneighbors
;\, {" t
: :: f.
r... ; ,>. ',,-NEWS' :., J .- They:that -coat. give essential QualityJrolacco for their kindness=and
IV COTTNTYJUDGE'S ,' f 'm, ', ft1t consideration in the recent deathof
Men filed IB'thi Qour t against yort. ---r >i'.j liberty to obtain a little temporally Cut ;
COURT. IN AND FOR the relief thereia_sought being divorce : s; >:8 Sharply our aunt Eula Altman.. We especially -
IrA nLITO-l- COUNT' FLA.In. / yotftarrequired to answer i by Ray NeU BurnetBueU e\ safety, deserve, neither lib*
Probate Sitting I'aid Complaint.on .er' before April t -. erty nor safety. 3 thank everyone for food
IN RE: ESTATE OF 15. 1963 furnishing!to C. A. Avriett. t7 / Low-quality tobacco will besharp- 'brought In .and for the beautiful
WIIO.HW NORTON DeeM4 Jasper. Florida.Plaintiffs Attorney Burnett Jr. of.Palatka visited -BeaJamIa Franklin
I NOTICE OF FILING PETITION a copy thereof* decree pro con- his mother; Mrs. Bessie Bur-i )discounted under this year's i flowers. It was deeply appreciated.Mr. .
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE fesso will be entered against you. PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW: last Miss Faye Kramer, and Mrs. Hel- price-support program M. T. Mil-1 and Mrs. N. B. Bryan
NOTICE la hereby given that I hare WITNESS 'my hand and the official weekend.
filed my final return as Executrixof seal of this Court at Jasper, Florida Jeannette McDonald of Jacksonville en Melze of Jacksonville spent seven -rem Chairman, Agricultural StabiI -I and Family
the estate of WILLIAM J. NORTON I this 11th day of March A. D. Jesse Law days last week with Faye's lization and Conservation County
deceased that I have filed mypeUlion 1963 visited her mother. Mrs.
for final discharge, and THELMA LEWIS Myrtle Mae McDonald the :mother Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer. I Committtee said today. The action ;t
that on April 18th. 19SS. I will applyto Clerk Circuit Court Mrs. Sara Jackson over. (Mrs.' Kramer accompanied them is being taken by the Department
the Hon. John H. McCormick. (SEAL) weekend.
County Judge of Hamilton County C. A. AvriettJasper. LaDonna Stephens 'back to Jacksonville Sunday and lof Agriculture after discussion and i
Florida .for approval of said final Florida*_ Essie CUrry( coL) ;. Timothy Wayne Howell hasbeen 'while there she had the happy privilege consultation with Congressional
t returns discharge and as for Executrix an order of the of final Will Mar. 15, 22,.29, Apr. 5 Morrise Daniels'(coL)'' \ sick recently.The j of meeting one of her nieces leaders from tobacco producing i 1 1s

of William J. Norton deceased. ', II< I DISCHARGED SINCE.1ASTWEEK ,-. Missionary Baptist Church|and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Jack States.

This MARGARET March 15th. 1963 ANN WOMACK TN CIRCUIT COURT. : held their monthlybusiness meet- ,Gray. Mr. Gray is serving aboard Grade standards for flue-cured

Execurtlz of Last Will and THIRD IN AND'/ qICIAL CIRCUIT Johnny Mobley (col.). ; ing and Supper Wednesday night. t the Aircraft Carrier. .Shangri-La tobacco: now in the process of re-
Testament of William J Nor
ton. deceased. COUNTY FLORIDA Mrs. pThitehead"' Quarterly Conference met withlheJennirtsioisCtgtrcx I which docked at the 3Iayport Naval vision will reflect quality accordOng

Mar. 22, n, April 6. 12 I \OFOHU ..STRICKLAND.Pl .. 'Alfred Henderson' .r !"" .' t : on il Station Saturday, and will ,remain -to present market standardsand -, skis :-
'. "'I r CIRCUIT roUR t 4. O: ugt1U : Glis CangfoMelvin i Sunday. Ma 'cl1'-10.? Everyone enjoyed -I in port- until April I, when it departs consumer preferences. Quality tI I

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT single n\MJOI.PH, et aL,STRICKL\. I Pollock the good sermon and the delicious -I again for Guantanamo Bay tobacco of all types will be supported 1 rs

HAMILTON COUNTY CHANCERY DefendantsIN James Hogan dinner that was served on I Naval Station Cuba for refresher at a strong price and poor tobacco
PAUL FREDERICK.FLORIDA. IN Plaintiff ,tTHKf rt-MB'VlND. OP* BY STATE THE OF!! Mrs. Wanda Hogan the grounds. training. at a low price.
-vs FLORIDAvi' \' r" I Mrs. Rosa Lee CasUeberry i The Chairman tobacco farmers ; si
The urged i
DOROTHY FREDERICK.IN Defendant TOt IIAYDOLI'IJ.' Izabelle Jones (coL) '' Missionary Baptist Junior Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sullivan of
BY THE varieties and
e THE NAME AND to use approved
J AUTHORITY OF THE STATE Single, whos Residence i. Echols j Andrew Lewis boys' girls had their class party Jacksonville spent the weekend
OF FLORIDA: County, Georgia And whose Post Thursday night March: 14. Refreshments follow sound cultural practices and //1st
TO: '.DOROTHY FREDERICK. Office address JAfJasper, ', Florida. R. Don Wimmer with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. noted that the farmer who triesto
r, .w.... reaMeare and aaarese' laI F.D.. ROY STRICKLAND and wife. Wilma Jane Sowell (cot) and games were en- Joe Sullivan.
1133 Col.alal Av. Alexandria. LULA ;STRICKLAND whose residence ; joyed. produce a big crop and gets
JUrs. Guthrie
'Virginia! I*-:Kcaols County. Georgia. Myra *" Miss f. poor quality will find his income is '
I A sworn bill of complaint having and "'lrhdsa-Post Office address I* E. Jacobs .' Latrelle Cromer and Sammy -I The farmers in this community
R.F.D. Jasper Florida CURTISSTRICKLAND McGauiey1 1 cut sharply next summer. He pointed
been filed In thin Court againnt you. were married Sun-
wife :Mrs. Winnie Prescott are busy planting and setting to-
the relief therein sought being divorce and RUBY day March :3. out the necessity of maintain- f
STRICKLAND residence is Ibacco.
are required to answer Julia Mae Bristol
,i aid Complaint you on or before April Echols. County, Georgia, and Post Little Wendy teas has been ill . ing the fine quality reputation ,
1 15. 1963 furnishing' to c. A. Avrl.tt.I Office Bddres,.R.F.D: Jasper Florida t I for the past week. American tobacco has I d

I a Jasper copy thereof Florida else Plaintiffs decree Attorney.pro con- JUANITA: RALPH STRICKLAND'STRICKLAND whose and wife.1 J.R.E. LEE FOURTH GRADE The Missionary Baptists held j Mr. and Mrs Worley Mathis of I Otherwise. he said eamed.1

fe so will be entered against yon sidence: and address- Crystal re-I ORGANIZES CLUB their monthly Sunday School meeting -|Jacksonville spent the week end ducers will not be able to meet competition '
cial WITNESS of this Court my hand at Jasper.and the Florida off I, husband WJNCARTER, whose.residenceand The Fourth Grade Class of J.R.E. at Friendship Baptist Church with Worlie's mother:, and brother which Is increasing every j

this.11th day of March. A.D. 19 3.THKLMA addrees I In Lake City. Lee High School organized a club last Thursday night. .Mrs. Mary Mathis and;Clifo tL: ,:year, particularly from Rhodesia i,
I.EWISClerk Circuit Court SON and husbattd'fALTON HEND called the Friendship Club. Mr. Mrs. Alberta Swilley is recov-1 And Canada. I
ERSON. -whwse:,'residence and address i f Mr. and Mrs. Lex Waters and cultural practices which
(SEAL) Gibbs conducted the election of of- ering from a recent illness. Everyone Improper {
C. A.. Avrlett is Staienvilte", Georgia: I ficers after which the president of at school enjoyed the i baby were home from Pensacola will harm the tobacco include: Improper -( tIj'iTh.
A swtorn bill'
Jasper. Florida I o' complaint hadtag program ',
time with-his
.' Mar. 15, 22, 29, Apr. 5 been filed *in this Court against .(the club took charge of the meet presented by the 10th grade last pending some moth- use of fertilizer excessive
you. the relief therein being sought [ ,er. Mrs. Minnie Waters'over the
Quieting Title and Other Relief. You I ing. The following officers w'!reelected Friday.I'm. ,weekend. 1 I'irrigation I close spacing of plants
IN CIRCUIT COURT are required to answer said com j ; sorry little Phillip Blair '.harvesting immature tobacco and
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nlaint on or before April 29th. 1963. I'President-Louis Simmons use of chemicals to control suckers.
has been sick.
HAMILTON COUNTY. furnishing to C. A. Avriett. Jasper I I
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY I|Florida 1 ,. Plaintiffs I copy Vice President-Patricia Curry I thank Mrs. Grace Stephens Mr. and :Mrs. Winston Williams: II I Tobacco growers are urged to use

ROCHELLE -kI vs ATlI. Plaintiff be thereof entered else against decree you.pro eonlteaso: will Secretarv-Sandra, Dancer for baking my cake to take to the :,returned home Saturday' afternoon particular care in applying chemi-

NOAH G. HEATH. Defendant WITNESS my hand and the official Treasurer-Joseph Daniels (Mr. 4-H Club party last Saturday night. after spending last week with their I cals for sucker controL I
IN THE NAME OF AND THE BY STATE THBAUTlfORITY' seal of this Court at Jasper Florida, Gibbs) She put a secret flavoring in it and children Mr. and'Mrs. Cuttrell Sullivan I Secretary of Agriculture Orville .

OF FLORIDA: this 22nd day Thelma of'March.Lewis A.,D. 1963. Sgt. at Arms--Dairy: Walls it surely was delicious. Also Cheryl : and daughter and 'Mr. and ilk Freeman. commenting on the .

TOt NOAH and C.address IIEVTH.In 3001 vrb .c Tenth' rentdenee C A. Clerk Circuit Court' I Chaplin-Joyce McLeod Deas and I thank Mrs. Stephensfor :Mrs. J. E. Williams. and children!I{price-support action said that the !t Model 5025 Trim contemporary -
Street. Bay city. Texas t Jasper Florida Reporter Sims making it possible for us to go in Jacksonville. While there rr.1 I chemical MTT-30 is only one of a | : styled console .G>t
I I If '
A sworn l bill of complaint____ _having-__ _Mar. 29, April 5. 12. U_, 1963__ ____ I The class in its next meeting will to the party. I f and Mrs. Williams were able to1 number of factors that affect the j I II iI UP TO $150 ON TRADE-IN
n t''write up the rules and regulationsof The Sixth Grade welcomes'see their other daughter, Marie 1 1I 'quality I of tobacco ,and its use will |

the club. Rickey Young back to school. lie I,I who is attending Berry College-jbe 1 1I treated like any of the others.

Darlene Sims, Reporter has just returned from Germany i I IT i I Rome Georgia. 1 j!If MH-30 adversely affects U. S. j
''I' Wedding Photography I I sees I I Ii I I revised grades for the tobacco it SERVICEMEN

!? i, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Mathis by a lowef support price. The t t:t i

T children of Gainesville spent and'i j I will automatically*'discount itself I KNOW IT'SHAHDCRAFTED

f Call day night and Sunday with their I i'grade of tobacco ana'the resulting
FREEMAN parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mathisof I I I price-support level wil Idepend on I t-

". Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. Bert the quality of the tobacco a far-

I >Zipperer. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ma-I I markets.
I.r I I : 1025 El Prado St. City FLOR this also had dinner with Mr. and mer The Secretary emphasized that 1 soldered. handwired.for greater hand-de

v Mrs. Bert, Zipperer Sunday. ,: responsibility to produce quality I !
tobacco rests with each farmer. pendabilityTVSERVICEMEH
\\ I Telephone 7520102CLASSIFIED Mrs. Henry Griffin and son of 1,

_.I.It I Manchester, Georgia, Mrs; char'Brandies I J ON TIlE DEANS LIST
and children of Ocala and
Mrs.G. D. Redding and* children of j j Florida State University today
; I announced the Deans List for the

t ADS I Floor :spending Gainesville some were time home with their Sunday par j first frimester containing students the KNOW THERE'SNO

of undergraduate
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Alderman -
I. with the best academic record dur- PRINTED
f > FREE: LUBRICATION! FOR SALE-All in excellent condit Enamel : e during the trimester.To *

We will. give a FREE Lube Job I i tinny Nine piece oak dining room Mr and Mrs. Eugene Bland and make the Deans' List students CIRCUITS

with each oil change-for a i suite. cushions recently upholstered son, Mr. Collis Bland, and Mrs. must have carried 12 or more trimester J I I i

limited time only! I 410 shotgun, 22 rifle combination; Willie Beatty spent Sunday in Quincy hours of work and in most i THAT means
.Firestone Tires 25':automatic pistol; boys bicyle. PIt with Mr. and-Mrs. Bland's son- divisiions must have made a grade j service problemsBBIMMMBH
'.' Delco Batteriesat Call 792-5491 after four p. m. Itp. s uRCz in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. average of 3.0 (B) or higher. Stu-f I

competitive, prices! i I!MAX WANTED Maxwell Fletcher and children. |dents in the College of Arts and
FRED TAYLOR'STEXACO II' Who has tractor of
Sciences had to,make an average
STATION i I and sprayer to do custom spray Mrs Harlon Burnham and'daughter ,3.25 and those in the School of come in now a
work this area. Pays $1.00 to $$1.50 I visited Thomas Green
r Jasper Telephone 792-2903 Erlene Nursing 3.5.Students I
I,i per acre. Write giving full details I in Live Oak Saturday. I on the Deans list and get a Zenith-
FOR SALE or Rent Wonder Bar. ;.:on equipment and yourself. P. O. I and hometown. Include -
Deep Well pump; House and 1 acre Box 1115 Winter Garden Fla Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herring 4nd 1 by their county Bar- color tv
Linda Clarify,
with 7 bearing pecan trees and 5 I son Billy of Yulee and Mr.ring's Her : Jasper f
WANTED, Representative need- had bara Ann Hendrick,,-.Gloria L. Sullivan demonstrationMANNING'S .
pear trees only $1250. Wonder I| father, Bryant Herring, 1Pressure iJ II
Bar. Jasper. A12p ed in this area for Stanley Home ,dinner Sunday with Mrs Heerririg's ,
_. -------t 1 1t(I Products. No experience needed. i parents :Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Selph i. I

FARMS WANTED IF YOU I Contact Mrs. Una Doubley, Route for //LO rs and s Creosoted
would like to sell your farm, 1, Box 34, Lake City, Fla. or call Mr. and Mrs. David Keeling and I
see us. We hare calls for farms I l 7522650. m29c I I children spent Sunday with trieir FENCE POSTS, POLES I.
__ __ __. ___ _
,- and grandparents, Mr. nd'Mrs.
every week. _W. L. Bryan. Reg. parents Southern Wood I RADIO SERVICE

Real Estate Broker. Phone SY REPAIRS We repair all types and mefjcil iiislcte |?xr butslcfe* I I"Also. Frank Hammock Sunday In with Pinetta the ;( Perserving ,CXo ,
2-2985 SY 2.6331
TV and
radios alo small
I' appliances j Hammocks were Mr and )11'& :J" fJ | Baldwin. Fla. 266-4251 I Your Zenith Dealer"SY24421
--- Mannings Radio Serrice.Jaiper. .
Georgia Plate Glass Co. Zipperer' Jr. of Jacksonville.- JASPER
SY 2-4421. tic T0UGHI DURABLE! -.. : -
.Store Fronts Mr and Mrs. Ho'llis McCullough

Mirrors Resilvered MONUMENTS were over from Tallahassee over
i .Tub Enclosures. Showers Memorials' by ROBERTS ofGa. the weekend spending, some time GAS
215 W. Savannah one of America's ojdest and best -
9 Ave. CH252S5 with their parents Mr. and Mrs.
I VALDOSTA known names fcij Monument build Takes scrwfefafngst..
I $2.33 qt.. i iI Franklin Gaston. Also visiting Mr.
!I ing. Genuine Quarried Granite and I and Mrs. Gaston Sunday afternoonwere
II HOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3': larble, carved) by trained andexperienced Mr. Gaston's brother.iMn{ and
t bedrooms near downtown $7500. j< Sculptors. Shipped direct I
of Pinetta,
I Mrs. Emmett Gaston ..
Let us show you this one, only one from finishing plant.
,of several listed with Robert Ehlert I ; and Mr. andlJ; ..lIoweIL.I '
Leroy; It!. DeVane Factory .1.0BURCHi Co.c :
1 SY26331. or with W. L. Bryan SY2- ,Representative Jennings Fla m22c : I All types of tUiTOMQSaca KNOWTMilR WAKTTHSBCST
:2385. Registered Real Estate Brok- -- ----- ----- VUVOTMATS
'ers. / ltEFRIGERA
t .
-Best of condition. Pric AUTO ,
I" FARMERSIt sd-$o zit Mannings Radio Service BILLY BURCH, Owner SY2-3801 Hail Casualty-
1aapers Phone SY 2441 tfe.
takes money to make Call 792-2921

money. See your cooperativePCA I NEEDED _. a -,.- PA \* -' ..'4 Insurance Agency
for a fannex-.panned'1oan. I VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY : Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE -

Terms up to 7 years., See North in Live Oak Florida for all your : : : -: : : ) 'I ,;,
I musIcal \\ne .esssse sssesssgsgessssss-??? efe! -!*;; {C4 PER CYLINDER ;:
Florida Production Credit Assoc d -from organs and ... SYcamore 2-5001 -1
iation. South Ohio Avenue, Live pianos to records and record play- ''' CASH ON DELIVERY ..'
Oak Florida. Telephone 362-2538 I ,.. tfe
and 2 acres on paved road near .MACHINERYESTATEOF'f

Jasper. Deep well .screened porch. : RERNDON

$2500 down See W. L. Bryan. SY2- AT FAR l, 1BEILE'JLLE, f TO HAMILTON COUNTY "
2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331. SATURDAY. MAR. SO, 10 .'dock TAXPAYERS.I 8_

Reg. Real Estate Brokers' tfc Power HajiBaler;, Tractor drawn S'I
Fertilizer Distributors. Planters March 31st is the last day to taxes t..J HOLLOWAV
pay your -- -- - -
OPPORTUNITY open for$97.50 per Cane Mill, Cultivator Frames and ---at
'week man. Age 25 to 59. Also MANY. OTHER FARM ITEMSALtvWILL 1

have opening for semi-retired man. BE SOLD AT Without a Penalty! j v: Our

(Would consider lady 40 to 60.) Auction to Highest Bidder Sound. .

Route Sales. For personal interview AVOID PENALTY- PAY BY THE 31st! :
in your community .write J. 7OOD: USED {TV Installed for : 2
H. McGarity P. O. Box 627. Will- i $100 and np. Mannlnjcs Radio ; Hail Insuranceguarantees

!iston Florida. 19mc I Service SY4421, Jasper tie "
---- -- are usually closed Saturday afternoon but
HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, In FARM FOR: SALE-120 acres near '* :

good location near hospital suit- IJak.. Good House. 169 big we will be OPEN ALL DAY SAT. To"- income if early storms
able for two apartments. $7.060. pecan trees; 135 acres tobacco. MAR30, .; i

Call W. L. Bryce SY2-2985, Or Price $22,560. See W. L Bryan ,

Robert Ehlert. SY2 6331. Reg. Real SY22985t-or Robert Ehlert SY2- t Receive TaX S." : -, -P; ; ,, ruin your crops. See me for details.

Estate Brokers. Other property 6331. Registered paW Estate Brok- ,
also available. tfc !ers. V '"'' tipi y .-

USED ELZCTRlc"RANGES FOR- FOUND -- LITTLE girls coat Respectfully '.X. ;- JO + ES Jj 1TAGENCY

Sal.. C.... coa&iUa. 140..:anJ and'.I-at.? ,Qwener .1 identify and pay .
$50. M..nl a r. R**. R pIr. fro adw Jasper Newt _-1tc DAN BRASWELL :
I SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field Tax Collector
LAWN NEED MOWING Can Cleaning,, J. W. Darby, Jasper Telephone,792-2921 Personal Service

Gene Duncan Jasper News Up, Call after 6 pin tic g: :;: :;= :::2C22: :??:: ??:: = = J ??:-== = = (" ??- !"! pr-=20. -- --
-- --- ------

--- -
--- -

.. .-,

A -- --- .. -- ..-- ..... __
-- ,
---- -- -- --- -- - --- -' I ........ J -------.-. .. .

j \ "

_'I f Friday, March 29, 1963
-- -
h I,wrought iron baskets with hugh' young couple left for a trip to Jeck-

r i-r"t. bouquets of glads and mains yl Island ", m
A ,UQ I Mrs. Ed. Montgomery 'played' a Mrs. Gay-traveled .in. a 3-piece

I program,.of.wedding;,.music before aqua and white knit suit by Dalton.
; -. ;"' ." ,the hour MissFrankie Matthews a She wore blade' :Accessories and the
r+ ljyy i student at Jacksonville sang :"Be-'II orchid from her Bouquet.i Mr. and
: : : .
.. "tJ" :"W1'L" : ,cause:"t'Whither'Thou' GoesT ;,and Mrs. Gay are at home now in Titus a i al
l. t .
S' :"The WeddingJ 'Prayer. ville where he.is with the" State
t ._ Road Department.
.. The best man was Mr. Buck Hall
.. .
oman, a classmate of the
groom. I II
SYZ4II51 The. ushers I The Bembry-Gay wedding recep 1
107vq-; were Tommy
tion followed! in thepariors of the I e
,, Stover of MbnticeBo, Irvin (Bo) '! 4 V W:
First Baptist church. In the re-
A quick swing down and up the SHOWER FOR 'f Bembry: and Clarence Bembry. 1 ceiving line were, Mr. and Mrs.\.
? I Miss :Marilyn Bembry was hersister's .
\ state'left Virgie and I tired to the I MISS SHARON BEMBRY 'I'I :'Bembry, Mr. dnd Mrs. Gay, the ,
I maid of honor. The bridesmaids
bone but with about 36 hours ol; I March. 14 the ladies of the First bride and groom Mr.f and Mrs. + "
'" I .were Janice Palmer of Tallahassee '""
I pleasant memories--to say noth Baptist church gave a shower for J Teresa Taylor, and SU- Ralph Gay Jr. **xt the wedding attend p p8f&ffiicdL
ing of glimpse of the Indian river Miss Sharon Bembry whose We sail ints.j .
l-'I Levin. Karen Bembry, a, young
which runs_ almost the' length ol; 'ding was to be an event of March cousin from Hahira was Junior j ribs wedding table W'S done in
the Florida East Coast. It looked Representative ladies of the I I
i ; brides maid. The bride's attendantswere white, a white satin cloth with a I II
like the ocean until I saw in the church had taken pains to make gowned alike in keDy green 1'net over cloth. Here and there were JASPER: Meets Tues. April 2 7:30 p.m. in Elementary Cafeteria
distance a fringe of trees: then this party very lovely. Pink and 'sprigs of southern bamboo and in
I ,
peau du soie frocks with bell bottom I' SPRINGS Meet Mon. April 8,7:30 in School Cafeteria
into the lush land of South Florida ,white was the color scheme, using skirts and little jackets. On I the center was a large 3 tier wedding : p.m.
with the. ,fields of corn much of it ,Quantities of pink azaleas in arrangements their heads were whimsies of green cake with the proverbial bride JENNINGS: Meets Mon. April 22, at 7:30 p.m. in School Auditorium

ready to pull. The A. C. L. is hay thru out the room. net,held in place by a bandeau of and groom under an arch. Mrs.I '"7"- Q-/"q..q'O'-/d
ing an inning with transportation The refreshment table was laid green. The shoes were a matching .Fay Ann Smith cut the cake. The
t now, with this East Coast strike. with a white net over pink. The green. They wore, short white punch table was white net over a '
Fm told that A. C. L. has' been the daintiest net of paracols set the gloves and carried a nosegay of 1 delicate green. The! punch was a ; STYLE QUALITY'VALUE SAVINGS'
dog" for years in-hauling theme of the party. Silver candleholders I .
I white carnations. I refreshing green end with this ATDEDGE
out' the'produce. held pink candles. A crys- i,1
.. The bride entered on the arm small squares of cake were served.
I There,were hedges of hybiscus al bowl in a bed of azaleas held I!of her father. She was radiant in a Miss Judy Small and Betty Logue D
1 I common down there and a late the punch which was served by i'wedding gown of satin peau du i lof Hahira presided,' Miss Marion II
,.iI wriet- \of very double poinsettias. Linda Lou McNeil. soie. The front of the fitted bodice -- Lashley a student /!i Jacksonville -
:7 The amaryllis were in full bloom- A pretty bride's doD graced the held appliques of alecon lace !!kept the wedding l book.Amon .
and in'a silver basket on "the folks table where Bonnie Jones kept the i medallions. The long sleeves had a ; ) the out of town guests- at

piano were gorgeous gerberas. bride's book.. I calla point at the wrist. There were ; this wedding were:
There was warm welcome from Mrs. R. D. Vickery president of I Mr. and Mrs. John Bembry, Pal-
I covered buttons on the back of the .
i .
BIG for Cash
the dear kin (there's nothing like the W. M. S. received with Mrs f bodice .The skirt was crinolined in ,latka, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Bembry SAVINGS or use r

it) and then Sunday morning we Payton BembrY Mrs Ralph Gay a Tudor line at the hips and fell I and Karen, Hahira, Ga. Mr. and -' '
t } headed; toward home and the and the bride elect Miss Sharon i m'a chapel train. i Mrs. Wilmer Bembry, Valdosta our Payment Plan ,

"ev rY day country" very every- Bembry who was attractive in a The double tiered ,veil was shoulder -I Mrs. Virginia Drew and Kathy of
day ash.but loved country,.Virgie to green frock with a fitted bodice anda length of imported net, caughtat Jennings Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hol- f to a.,r xattt
j meet' 7:30 schedule at-'Lee- High ,skirt with pleated back the head with a coronet of pearls mes, Perry, :Mr. and Mrs. ;Horald i'
Monday1 morning and I to gather The bride received many, many in rosettes. On her Bible she car- Williams, Monticello.Mr ...
up ,threads ,of news for ."folks". lovely gifts that were displayed on I''r ried white orchid with sprigs of Hoover McCrimmon Live Oak | your Living Room or

i I Mys.. Elizabeth Burnham left this special, t tables S.. I baby ivy in the shower of ribbons. j Mr. Jack Barret, Live Oak Mr. & ".
J week for Tallahassee where she I I Mrs. Payton Bembry, the brides ,Mrs. T. W. Hancock. Tallahassee | every room in your house '
: REHEARSAL, SUPPERMr. Mr. & Mrs. Glen Hancock, Sandy,
mother wore rose colored silk witha &
wifl1work the Legislature.
during. *. ; and Mrs. Ralph Gay gave a I I I ;]lace bodice. Shoes and hat were a J Tallahassee, Mr and Mrs. Billy

"There was. a shepherd that did supper party following the Benv matching color Wallace, Tallahassee, Mrs.. Chrit- WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION .
live bry-Gay rehearsal Saturday even-I Mrs. .Ralph Gay the mother of I tine Blont, Tallahassee Darel &

As'were And held the his mounts thoughts where as high on his ing ing. March room' of 16th.Leona's in the private restaurant.The -.1.,the blue groom lace wore with a blue frock accessories.of gentian -I Randy Mrs. Mack Wallace"T Gay.1lahassee.Lakeland Mr.,Fla.&, 1 Dedge & Duke Furniture Co.

flocks guests were seated at a large ,Each'wore a corsage of white car Mrs. Joe Stokely & Brenda, Perry
table and a pretty wedding cake 'nations.A Mr. an Mrs. Gary Blunk, Monti-
Did feed him by.
hourly of the bride and cello Miss Janice Palmer Talla-
II marked the places 792-4961 JASPERWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWl
reception followed in the
-For a man is rich in proportion A turkey dinner with 'I
( the number of things he can groom church parlors after which the (continued six)

tp afford to let alone.." spring vegetables with salad served.and .-_-_-_-_-_-_--_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_--_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_,_________________on___page__________a_____a_________ .z l WWWl Wl W-li-----------------------------_--------
the favorite lemon: pie was
l The parents of, tri 'contracting I
i "
The only answers I can see to parties, the: wedding party Rev. Mr '
I throwing away'all these church,and Sayer Caixva'Mrs. C. A. Avriett, Fashion ,\

other magazines is for the publishers the brides aunt, and Mrs. Hiram

to print less. of Hahira, were the guests ,
Bembry, ,
Sherry Andrews, Jasper receivedan BEMBRY GAY- WEDDING i.> .

t award! for "Home improvementand The marriage of Miss Sharon 1L v INC/:
Sharon Howell, ;kenning got the Bembry daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. Ahi '
"Achievement award! and Paula Payton Bembry, and Mr. Ralph Parade Store
Allison Achievement award, and Gay, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I Your
Gwendoyn Deas, Home Grounds Gay all of Jasper, was solemnizedSunday
I award, both of White Springs at the March 17 at the First Bap- w
"Parents and Awards" banquet tist Church, Rev. Mr. Sayer Cano-
,March 16th at the V. F. W. va officiating.
That these were omitted in the The bride and groom stood beforea
.last'week report was an error ,I with dainty'
: dainty arch entwined
: h
which to correct. FOR THIS SALE ALL ;
i we ark fern and small bouquets of mums ;
small ribbons. The candelabra
Don't you really get tired of all held with
held white candles and at
these beautiful azaleas! I do. They, LADIES DRESSES
are just too too, after a week of the base a spray of white gladioluswas re&d/'forthet5unrfy-hoD
wired. Flanking the arch wereHouteWifebtactia

i them. $2.00 discount ':'? .. r

d(2 BtI.8J1er. yBl1Ix"pur INCLUDING THIS LOVELY. '

Girls' Easter Dresses '
You'll te smart if.you keep % __/ .

our telephone number handy. 1 K
vicky vaughn Large Selection New Styles '

t \ When thujas: ;: go wrong and
by Cinderella Nanette Lee
you want them donp right just ._ :, iL i i
I caD on us for the best electrical etc.
s .
1f. p service in town. -'. kW '

: i .x 1 98 .to'6.98
f Dreaming of a White .
I T-V '
t y> | Summer? Here's your .!. '. : ._','' ..r-,,;J', 1"t ."/

0 I answer as seen In SEVENTEEN. ?' ..t .. .

i ONLY $50 .: iVkky Vaughn does H in }

z beautifuleasycare : ;. ,.
.p. USED % -*-> *y -
o = Zanirel! and cotton
;\ broadcloth. Above a snowdrift of -
Refrigerator ; ,
I fI f" t skirt the tleevtas top bloom with / HER, F MAJESTY SLIPS .

1c contrasSng Sduffit embroidery, / '
ONLY $75 .
I ; belled! In grc ln.'Wlh. .. t \ .' and HALF SLIPS
Shewnhtsnow SEE THEM wig pink; blue or maize h'
For Mat ei.ch $3.00
and) belt. -
BEFORE YOU BUY embroidery t oIJ .
5 to 15.

'oalt'flie-lOO<<: -
is expensiveReg t > "
U/LD RS LgCTR/CAL #Pl UMB/MG Sl/PPLIfs ., ; ,,t'- J', ByFarahBlack
and AU the New Colon
a l' :
996 .i : ti .
.... ,
: : r Wash.

Sale Price 7.98 .. ...- <... *Wear $698
l '" ; only .

Quick as a Cat! 4 ---; 4 "" .- :' .' Men '_BenUySHIRTS; SPORT COATS


Strong as a tiger! No 3-plow tractor outworksthis : for Men and BoysChecks
Co-ordinate RegJ; 1At98.
MF 35 diesel with Multi-Power and Ferguson ,SportswearJamaica ,

System! Now livelier than ever-with 12 forward Plaids,
>' Browse thru racks and racks of Mix-and. 2 $3-00

I speeds, shift on-tho-go, and a new differential c. Match Co-ordinates, cool and comfortable Short. for Spring Colors

,;- to stop wheel spinning in slick going. Still the arnel denims and dacrons and cot- Skkt* r

; world's best-selling tractor-by: far. (No wonder ton poplins an enchanting selection Blouses : REMEMBER, YOU CAN CHARGE IT AT
of New Spring Colors by Algene** and O .j -
t all the others 'me-too it.) Have you tried the .' I
'Russ" 6 Calotte -1

New MF 35? Stop in todayl! "" I .
Capri Pantss
Your MASSEY-FERGUSON Dealer Jackets'

s BROS.I .. .
ALBRTTTON Seams oc Seamless :' .: .., I c.I .
r? AND YOU CAN ..... '
Tractor Company I $4 ."\tV ,i'. ". 0< :..;:-13r.:'.;.-*.*. Your Friendly Store

I I 2: .. 1 MATCH 'EM OR MIX, 'EM! 2.. '
:, Live Oak FO Z-2 isi .. Pre ( _'. lie Bettes Quality Actually Costs Less! .VUJ
--- --.------ -,-
-. --
__ ------"'=- __ hU. w.
hUU-- -U--U-------- --U------------U -- ---------- -- -
--------- --
-.;. 1------------- ---- ---------------------- --- --
------ --

. ,--


i, ,

'\ .C.FULtt 1 :. -- l:. O"HE' J AS B.ER> : ?N. W 5 '; 'f!J-A'SPE-R'.H; : F: L O.R'I I DA } Friday., March 29. 1963 ;

...,.. .-. -- --.. _...- .. .- _. .-.. '.
---- -- ---- ----- ?--- -" -

?|gsMr'$.. x> -. f !'fTIIE'TAGTS: ABOUT 'EASTER"'I'I STATEXVHXJ5 BOY tif '" SHORTHAND NOTEBOOKS, two kind*-at

II I :I i ; ..Y You. .n d'Y our School : I 1,I CANAL ZONE I /JASPER NEWS / _,

The Bible never mentions Easter full moon that happens upon or I. f
i 1 b;' M L. Powell Principal Jasper 5<-" I t Sunday.nor any Easter Sunday observance next after, the day of the vernal Carter Airman Jr. Third of Statenville Class Paul Ga., E.is', ,>
kind Therefore
of any we (spring) -xequinox. Should the 14th being resassigned to the Canal Pints
It is'our opinion and belief that center of the street will have to look elsewhere if we .
t tvery- 'mother is definitely concerned children may get to want to learn anything about it.I'day of the moon fall an Sunday Zone following his graduation from I I
about the safety and welfare the celebration of Easter must be the United States Air Force technical
Turning to secular history ,we read
I o having to wade. VtS
her school child or children from Enc-Brit. VoL 7, pp 5312. There defered until the Sunday following i' training course for communica- Growing bodies demand
the time leave home for times difficult to do : lions center specialists here. '
they milk
lis I no indication of the Easter fes- in order to avoid concurrence health-giving
school until they return home in'the parked in the way. It is in the New Testament, or in Airman Cater studied military
afternoon. We further believe I ,with the Jews and the other here- I and cream. Our products
i understand if these the apostolic writings. The sanctity I communications procedures messages -
that these mothers would have us their feet soaked and :.of special times was an idea absent I tics." structure and the operation :' are your guarantee of

us at school to be I home with wet feet 'from the minds of the first Christ I So }of teletypewriter equipment used C.. sparkling eyes for. little
I here is the to arrive ,
|also concerned likely come to school ians. way at in the world-wide Air Force com- y. ,
_. [about this matter.day with the sniffles and j|the date of Easter. It's to be obI munications system. f I.- girls and guys. ,
Socrates EccL History Book 5,
|I served
'F upon the Sunday after
-' and that do
; we win
"" probably .!lose some Sec. 22, says, "Neither the Lord ,i full moon, which happens upon or i He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. i S.
everything possi- school
j ( because of nor the apostles enjoined the keep-after\i!( the vernal equinox. Vernal Paul E. Carter Sr. of Statenville.
!ble to see to itt j actually raining when ing of Easter or other festival. A Graduate of Echols County High '. Use Our
:1 that the safety any ',Equinox means the time when the ,. .
| |we are going to change The apostles had no thought: ofappointing sun crosses the celestial equator! School ,the airman entered the Drive-In
and welfare of of
.. the child be look-,Instead dismissing of in the ; days but rather, promo-{{when winter ends and spring be- service in October 1962.
dismissing i ting a life of blamelessness and gins. Therefore t Service '
Easter can never ; -
ed after while he
grade or room by .. iE
; V- :
piety" before
come March 22nd, nor after'April
is in schooL This going to dismiss bus I II i, JASPER GIRLS 4-H CLUB MEETThe ON -
is a part of our let each bus driver'pick I Enc. Brit. Vol. 7, p. 531. "The ,I I 25th. rn PURE, SWEET
task. We believe that our teaching 'right at the walk way name Easter comes from Teutonic,.' The council of Nicea was called 4-H meeting was held March i L"breckfast! or lunchA
about health and safety should be ;the, lunch.room. As one 'mythology and is derived from;and ordered by Constantine the 27. 1963 in the room of the Jasper snack or dinner MILK
practical and functional as well as he will leave, and the i Ebstre or Ostara the Anglo-saxon'Emperor of the Roman empire. He !High School. Our president called Our milk cheese and cream and other
academic. It is rather unimportantto f I pull into place. On such goddess of spring ,to whom the 'called it in order to settle several the meeting to order. We had! our Is a runaway winner.; Dairy Products
learn the rules concering health as this'town students month answering to our April call- mutable questions of church practices -:I devotional The roll was called by '
and safety unless we put them into missed just after the "Eostra-monath" was dedicated bout which the Bible says Conniee. The meeting was then
practice. This week we would like bus children'are nothing.-j Easter Sunday being one turned over to Mrs. White.
to discuss a few matters of a not think that it is at all Enc. Brit. Vol. 1, p pp 18940. ,of them. As neither the Emperor f'i Important dates .
practical nature as they relate to for our elementary VoL 20.pp 37033, Vol 9pp 99100. '1'o fthe Roman empire nor any other Fashion Show 23-24
the health safety and welfare of to get wet'in getting to We learn that ,at least 300 yearsB. man or men have any right to Regular Camp June 3-7
our pupils-especially in relationto when we can prevent C. the Teutonic tribes were ob- make any law 'or to ordain any'.Teen Camp-August 26, 27, 28.
the elementary school. :school situation is serving three annual feasts as fol- service therein. Public Speaking Content, April 5
We have had quite a bit of sick- convenient and will lows, (1)). In the spring at the time ;{ The meeting was adjourned. CASii
we get a new plant at of the early equinox which they I j It follows therefore that no child M it xus.
ness due to colds, flu and measlesin I II Reporter Gail Hayes
' .we hope to be able to called "Ostara" (Easter). (2) The I
Our the absentees elementary from school these this year. problem in its entirety. second feast was held in mid :observing Easter Sunday or any- .,-,_---_.-_.-_._.-__--__.-_.-_.-__.-_--_-.-_..-'-_--_--_--_--_---_---_--_---_--"- causes thing connected therewith. The fore
autumn. (3) The third held in
have been excessive We have made,I We have recently
going is sufficient and clear to
Mid Winter. At each of these feasts ,
'phase of the ,
some observations concerning the safety and show us that Easter and all its observances
both HUMAN
arrival and of school plicable to the junior Jthe! yoffered j -.NOTICE
'!ANIMAL r sacriflcies to their heathen are of heathen origin, '
children at the elementary schoolon high school students. and has been handed down to us
Woden and Thor.I I I
gods :::1
noticed that number
both fair and rainy days and [ a | Now some comments, from the from the heathens through the I i"
would like to make some suggestions ride their bicyles or doctrines and commandments of j I
which we hope will be followed -I;-to school.of We have i I jail foregoing of its observance to'see that is Easter not of God and men. In fact the whole thin? is j ji I II i 'W TO JASPER CITY TAXPAYERS I
some the boys '
in the future. First we want to but of the heathen origin, and that :i from man and No part of it from

suggest that parents who bring or'to.park ride- sometimes their bicycles with ;of the most horrific kind, that of I,God. -,. !I ; All Taxes for the 1962 both Real '
come for their children do'not use HUMAN sacrificies. After)I City year j
''ders offering ,
the lane reserved for the school after arriving at We would not in the least belittle] : (
busses either in the morning or the are asking & the conquest of the Teutonic,the Romans tribes' the resurrection of Christ not by : and personal will become delinquent April 1. 4 4j
by the Romans, they j ,
afternoon. Second we would also,)who ride their bicyles ,became with their far. It is the bedrock of Christianty j

like for their to urge children that parents in the who afternoondo come :I(I hides bikes to on school the campus to 'vals Christian and acquainted in the Second, adopted feSti-1 The Romans Diety 1:4.of Christian Jesus rests today upon meet it. j i i There will be interest charged after April 1
not drive off until the busses upon arrival at school every first day of the week to observe ,
have left. We had an almost near I'operate them at all tas( a church festival. After adopted which it. the Lord's Supper Acts 20:7. and advertising costs, if necessary to advertise- :
accident because of this practicenot home for lunch or at I I the Jewish; Christians I The first day of the week is a mem- I3
it be observed
insisted that
but on
to long; ago. It's certainly much of school in the the 15th day of their month Nissan, I,orial to the resurrection. The death, Everyone is urgedtoji all City Taxes paid
better to lose a few seconds or would also: to To I I burial and resurrection of Christ I II ;
with their
minutes than it is to run the risk dents and adults as well this in keeping the Catholics objected passover., a row which is the Gospel, I Cor. 1514. i before April 1 1963 to'"avoid increased costs' .'
I athletic form of individual'sdeath ,
of losing a life or maiming a child. (the gym or ensued and usual division fol- serves as a an <
Now we would like to make' some tice. or any other lowed. After as this we a read, Enc. to sin, burial in baptism, which accompany legal Collection procedures. It \
suggestions concerning loading and speed limit from the and resurrection to walk in a new
Brit. Vol. 10 698. Victor I Pope
unloading our elementary school gym is 15 m/per hour. ''of Rome A.p.D. 190, Desired his life as a new creature in Christ. y is not the intention of the City Council to Allow .
est of the welfare & Romans 6:3-11 CoL 2:12. IF ANY .
children on rainy days. We assume I
|colleagues in the various parts of
that most of our parents are familiar I people this limit ought the empire, to form themselves into MAN SPEAK, LET HIM SPEAKAS g delinquent taxes to run after April 1,1963 with
with the manner in which the served by every one
into the matteras
busses line up when, school is out in drive. In case of an councils to when to inquire was the right time to Peter 4:11) Easter began too late, out taking necessary steps for collection.
limit and without ,the of God! '
the afternoon. We have a water,lation of sped observe Easter. (At that time it authority : t
problem adjacent to the area where serious consequence. Humb'ly:: Submitted by
observed in various
the buses park. We have seen all our people will give 1 parts was being of the country upon several Kenneth E. Thomas, CITY OF JASPER

youngsters wading through: waterin and co-operation to the different dates, every fellow having Evangelisit, Oak Grove I _ _ _ _. _ _.
order to get to their bus. We that we are making at his own date) Victors invitationwas I Church 01 unnsiKeep _.
have instructed buses that when cause they are made $1'i I accepted ,and the consultation .?
this water backed. up here that best interest of all was held and resulted in favor of I i iI ,
they park further over on the pecially our school chil
. ,' .. I the Roman date, of course then
j ;:; Victor decided to excommunicate

rrrrProtect Your Crop Investment everyone: ,who would not accepts I -. i
t date. That brought about
another division ana! that condition I; your engineyoung ,engine'parts so dean so friction-free,you can save .' ....

HAIL II SURA continued for about 125 years. Then I I up to 1 gallon of gasoline in'every'8i Save on'repairs -tl:

we read, Enc. Brit. Vol 4 pp 598-602 with ,too.!!!1-going?.If you want to swing through

"In order to terminate dissensionin spring with your whole car humming happily, get
the church (Roman catholic .
.._ ,rrl Representing Old church) which had produced both RPM MOTOR OILSClean Standard's Spring Certified Car-Check.We change \

r &! f"t, Stock scandal and schism the councilof oil,expertly KYSOlubricate.From bumper to bump a '

,... :: ___.. Nicea was held in A. D. 325 ?You probably never saw a machine as clean er, Standard remembers so you can forget. Thenwe

;i ,,".... .I which of Easter ordered should that,thenceforth the celebration alSunday- as your engine after a few easy-going miles with give you a written record.Ready? You're next! ,,
; l 9 PROMPT ways take place on the RPM Motor Oils These new deposit-free keep
t >,. ; .... .."'!.!.., I which immediately followed the'
...1-_'f.'J I -'I )
t r--- )' ;;\- .",..." '-.' LIBERAL LOW INTEREST

__ LONG TERM I I'I .rx r ,rxf.
i #
F. B. HARRELL Insurance LOANS 'I -

3 Jasper Thru the .

Federal Land BankLive

OakFEDERAL : FO 2-1525 ;..: ts

: 'i .
Mortgage i y

". LIVE OAK 'a ,..:" (nynt. r

_ 311 South Ohio AvenuePHOTOGRAPHY
j -

_ :. -- Money Now a.' ...

In This : -

: -

; We Make

gage Loans On y

., t Types .of", _'lm. tV.

Real Estate -..-
:. "
T 1_ .y
Come in and see us for loans to construct.a. : ti

pay off an existing.":. .home mortgage purchase

additions to your present home.or

buy;.a farm. V. #

Serving Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette C -


_ -


oI f UVE OAK .. at r

305(2.( Howard OS-MM I
Office'Hours s: 8:30 to 3:00 on

,, ..,. Mon.,Tue&, Wed. FrL --'
; : : .I
.Hxax>8:30'aja. to 12:30 fuaSaStKday : X- ,
8:30 EJB. to 1 pxa. -
-- ---- -



;...U: C"t. .O_( 'LUj.i.I.\' ,..f r'.1'-_ A'G) r.i n (j i o, -;'.:-t.\ :.c.F l.-....". '.1". ::;' .L- .... ,1/1/: i, # l.. ... .- : --.'..1-"

.. .
r fl\. i l!"1 1J'J1tH eol.\! Jot
s ,'. ,,;. --. yj Y"':: 1KYVP-r .t-r i1LA
-'J \ a
.! 4.:\- -r .': ; ; ..:,.t--: :, ;
: i: '#
;: ;'tt--
., ,,
; '
.J : -I
..,. .


.1 3 pG I DAbS fI FRaM


Y L.B. ;' ,L 19FLA :

l 1X.Y


C ,
i 1 .MIKE'S r

." 'r. J "
t. .r" "
"f.': 2 : '::1 ,,' '0. -. RED & 'VHITE
: fi
i Ib '; .. : t. JASPERFLORIDA
: t '
Prices Good March 28th Thru April-I st'-
: '
.\ (
-i: .-,


4, ... .
,.- 39C. 39c 49c I'I l;
Y.1fe' r it
) / lb

< If f you guess the weight of the II e! j <
Necks &:I lb. SLICED LEAN lb.39C piecey au cut-YOU w1NITfRfE! :; I
\ ,CHICKEN 2 I.ge I ....
'1 : B A C K S pkg. ____ PORK STEAKS I

... .. ..,' f- .:, i 3
'Ii' ..-" '- .... .... '- "t :: .- -- <
-. ....'I r" 't '''';.:f"j'' ;., ,. "' SUNSPUN-- -' .'_--''- -'" ._- -

'- .. -Coffee: J '. '' i .\ .OLE r!:,1y t!1..29c ,

'.. ,\'.... \\.i_. ca.. '. t ,'i

,. With $5 oiumore'food. order KRAFT SLICED AMERICAN .
t ... .' .')
.. J '
: .11' I ,
". .'"
1..1 ; .
I: :- ,, CHE E S E 8'01.29C
1 .
'.'' : .... '> j"O".f I 1.
\r a ..'e' ;...

h p p VELDA' I E; $'

! I .1 Mixes, gs. 'COTTAGE CHEESE 2St : j,;

.. ...
f ._ : -:- .
u. -
.4, _' $
., {.. ..". ,. ... ;
I ; .-. 't. ; .. ;
.. j'J ,. t '.

\ ,.., .t. ft. RED &'WHITE ," ." . i '.' FR HPRODUiE.: ,ili; ; / i iI

... '
,"': ... ...._ .:. .. ..-', -' ; 'v.. YOUNG}TEND m/ C : IfI
I I r ",_. 'p ''' ::.:..i'iI"it' .... ='N'o' .ii''21L. ..00'. oJ, ". ,-- .. \ -",' ',
\ I '; eac es.. ; ans" $1 : S( : ,) ;\ bS "" >
; .BEAM 2FRESH 29-c .! ......
t. ;'
;; I' 0" "o. :L' Ib S.V :-
.fff'" .(: :::..' .
'" __ .t1 ...: .
... : 'v,1 "" J.' ...
HUNTS... / .

19 J
5tM1b !
Bot. ,
:'. *,. .aI ''f! ; -. : :.. __..__.____._::

.:. UPTON 3 oz. Jar MAYPOLE ': 5 Ibs '; COOL CRISP'C AG

85 .,.. CARROTS eI ;
ffL ; FLOUR 39 ,9 I "

I I. __ J: .., ; .
,, .
: :- ; '
GIANT SIZE .:- "' ,- c -:' / \
s :
) J.
: C \, ;
I 4l9' t, @ 3

D O v

;- S ; '. .--,.. .'... .-- ... .
....-.f 0-- M_I'r'. _


( _: 'THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA Friday 29 1963.
0 _
I ... _____ _
F I (Continued Fron Pa""e'1) tFiqua ] sary eat but one: instead of, a hundred ELIZABETH, -FIELD ON. : **' i I..ii .r; fta.IJ: zs.naNGn: CLUB'i OTHER LOCALS
:, ,, i \
dishes '.fivef; and reduce. other.1 I t 4:,i-:
gik1;:: things ,in proportion. .' .DEANS. ,. ,LHT- : i' < : The,White Springs 4-H Club meet- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver of
t :, Reports .1:: S '. Elizabeth* ," 1L Field: of*i White ing.wa: held :-on&March, -21.::The Jennings visitjrf theist children, I STOP
Leei'' 'pee: returned to Atlanta Springs Florida meefmg vwas caBe among
,4 actively supported by troops of the ,,.w,..- -... Sunda : after spending the Spring honor students included was io the winter the Teinat:Ca&onc,'The':devotional Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dansby in
g Soviet Union. : leader Rheba Jacksonville last ''weekend While WOODS
} holiday Emory U. with his quarter. Deans List-jfor ,the Morgan gave *
J' It seems to me that this nation (continued (,rota' past. three) parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Du- School of Engineering at Auburn devotion. The roll was called and there' they saw the World: Famous BURNING!
I minutes of last meeting read by Holiday on Ice presented in the
cannot rest as long as Castro and has ee; !l.T nuny Stover, Monti- pree. University. She is the daughterof Secretary Pula Allison Then Municipal Coleseium.
f_ his ]kind remain in power in our cello, Mr. Jack McCollum, Titus- The April Meeting of the Jasper Mrs. R.'W. Chance of White had a report on the 4-H BanquetMrs. we
.. Hemisphere. The ,subversive activities vflle, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Green. Roman's Club will be April 12. It Springs and Is a sophmore in pre-" .
> White talked to us on Public
of his government to the Titusville, Mrs.. John Cf. Logue and Is Library day and an interesting engineering. Speaking. The meeting was ad- ADVERTISING
other Latin American nations poses Pamela, Habira.I: }, / I program concerning books is being journed. PAYSINTHE
j more of a threat than that of the I :,. .
weapons and Soviet troops that re- I Mr. and) Mrs.:t Love+ McDaniel of planned. . CLYDE Reporter Daisy Melton JASPER NEWS
main in Cuba. Adel Ga. made a short visit to the PENNINGTONS ._
Lillian Bembry\ the City Clerk VISIT HERE :
6 aunt and uncJ \.lr. and Mrs. Will attended the 3 day Short Course at .,
I supported the President's firm I I'I'1'
Inaffir" ction in having the missles and McDonald &ray, March 23 S3 the University of Florida .March Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Hargraves -
bases removed from Cuba they were returning from a trip to 18, 19, 20 for municipal Clerks and Pennington came up over'the week O
and I believe that nation musthave Jacksonville. finance officers. end from Miami to visit their niece WHITE

.. just as firm a policy in dealing with saee. This is an annual short course. and nephew Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
: this Communists dictatorship to in- Mrs. RalphCayTs in Pineview 127 registered the first day. Knowles of S. E. Central Avenue. Laced WithCOLOR
hospital recuperating from, surgery Mr. and Mrs. Knowles formerly
his eventual overthrow and)
sure a .
*, I Jasper folks going to Tallahasseefor lived In Miami and recently sold
once proud nation returned to I
"When 'wr are unhurried and
freedom.As the 1963 Legislature are -Mrs. their home and moved to Jasper.
wise we perceive that onty; great Mamie Bryan, Mrs.! Bertha McCaQ Mrs. Knowles is the former Miss
and worthy things; have any permanent Mrs. Leon Sandlin Jr., Mrs. Ponce
Marquis from
j reported in the Congressional ; Quebec, Canada. R.
Record of February 18. 1963 I said and'fobsohrte... existence Sandlin Mrs. R. D Vickery Mrs. A, Knowles is the son of the late Dr
i to the members of the Congressthat I that petty'fears; and petty pleasure. Edna Nesmith Mrs Hitson Mrs. Walter M. Knowles who served as -', .... >0;: u '<..i'j.
only the- of reality. .
are shadow ,
the' problem of Cuba is the . Elizabeth Bumham. Mike Jones City Commisssioner of Jasper. I .. .f A
number ONE foreign policy prob- Jan Tuten Judy Jones Brad Vln- Clyde H. Pennington and R. A. Jp;eMI! hair never seems to get. shiny. Is
lem which faces this nation. I said Grandmother Elizabeth Burnham son Mary Katherine Chandler, Garnet Knowles': ;!ajfe J both>, related to the something wrong with it?
"It be under proudly !announcesthe the arrival of: Hickman. Casons, C1esh rt
swept a rug. 'es. Turners Hunters if'e B.A
It cannot be hidden. Only strong Tammy Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. The 1963 session opens April 2. Morgans and the Lees and to ( SHOEIn
and forceful leadership will enableus and Mrs. John,E. Dickerson (Kitty) most of the old time families of i A; \\i -- &i DJJ11/hair oftrn reufrom .
t to blot out this menace to our The young lady ,made her arrival Mr.: and Mrs. Jack Brooks and Hamilton County. ] : t .: \ a vitamin deficie J infrueriti
February 22. ,weighing 7 lbs. 1 oz. children were over from Jacksonville i : shampooing; insuffici,
Nation and the free world's secur- Clyde H. Pennington at the, age of rinsing .
ity, and for my part, I pledge my Robert Allen,Floyd. ,II son of Mr. for the .weekend* 21 was elected Sty Clerk and: Tax I \ or extreme dryness.Perhaps .

and Mrs. R. 'A. Floyd Jr. (Elaine). one of these is at b
the of r
very effort to hasten the day when An Evening. Of Music Assessor of Jasper beating out in 0
Castro will be defeated and a truly This young] man arrived March 13 Mrs. Hannah Bland opened her the election former Captain "Gal-1 your problem.

free Cuba restored." This ,ui my weighing, '9 Ibs..4.oz.. home to some of her music loving dern-it" Frink a Civil War veteran. !I
opinion should! be the unalterable friends Thursday evening March Pennington was elected successive- i Check !your doctor for signs of vitamin
policy of our Unted States. "Simplify simplify. Instead of 21 when Jo Coe played the organ.It ly to serve three time leaving his deficiency incur diet; and Ur him
three meals a day, if. it be neces- was a most enjoyable affair. post only to join the Navy in World prescribe; the proper supplement

War L After the war he moved to I
Mr. Eddie McGhin came home Miami where he served four yearsas
_.rTon can Iwy these Natteally Advertised Saturday from the hospital in Jacksonville Secretary of the Miami Civil service -, If you live in t city,dorm be afraid to shampoo ..
hair twice week.>lodefs.for instance, ,
and is improving. Board and City Paymaster holding -, "
both often wash t(jirc every night to keep it
jobs simultaneously. R. A
PITTSBURGH Mrs. Miriam Bullad and childrenof Knowles and Clyde H. Pennington | shining for the camera. _

4 Warner Robins spent last week have many friends in this part of s ,. mood
YL vu .. a flippant your
here with her mother Mrs. Eddie I / '
McGhin her' the State having kinship with all | f ...',':\\ A residue of fioap film, from insufficientrinsing favorite white skimmer
company the old time pioneer families in'j> 4 t that laces its toe
\ be
while Mr. Eddie In the r can very dulling to the hair.Aftershampoog,
taL was hospi the County of Hamilton. II | i c"i rinse twice in clear,lukewarm water..then add.lJrJfa. a with a many hued tie for

teaspoonful of vinegar or lemon Juice to a third gaiety.
: PAINTS AT JASPER PRESBYTERIANDr. I :, basinMtotul. .lingering traces of Cap andgWe

James C. Moore Jr of North phone operator at Clearwater was I'' your hair a shine.
Florida Junior College spoke at the picked out of 150 operators for the ONLY $2.99
Jasper Presbyterian Church Wed- chief operator which is the highest I 1 I
: { right in your own eeighborhaed nesday evening March 27. After position ni the operators division i It your hair is very drg./ use a r I
/ lanodn.Once month, -
the family night Mrs. Smith will be remembered as shampoo containing a
-. .- supper.
He spoke on the Importance of Miss June Willis who started her cpu might give your scalp a hot oil massage r I I

having )knowing the background in operators position at Jasper. just before you wash your\ hair.Heat,a couple LANG'S
of tablespoons of olive oil and rub it into r
: which the Scriptures were written I
SUN-PROOF0 WALLHIDE and the history o fthe times. POSTPONED ONE WEEK your scalp with the !balls of!your fi!gers.
aI.Y4v.I.Y 1NINW The Great Books Discussion Wrap your head in a towel and leaviff i it for Quality Clothiers
Dr. Moore is Director of the
group has been postponed half hour. Then ,. l' I'
until an shampoo. 4
Evening division of the North Flori- I
\ $7.73 Gal. : $6:12 next Thursday April 4, at 8 o'clock Jasper 792-3481
da Junion .
\ : College.It at the Library. I I Copyright 1963 Ponds I Good Groaning Service IS* n* .
\ 'I rrm Ttoonty how** pc W i II. 0... ...w, is hoped that he will teach a I
\ modi with tvmti-- e Me ........ class here in the fall "Introduction I
Utonl ... .....
""" "!!!I" ; to Old Testament study.
:9y l": i iI I

; Urge selection of ready-a xed cwd custom cefers Mrs. T. W. Smith who is a tele- 36 days that proved

I i 4 I .:, ,r .


for\\ N w boolc of dcororiAOId q .A< Ford's total performance !)

+ \ Y .aa: .Suggestions for ,
j color-plonning ktsicU ond
taw Kom*. "Of all the evil spirits a-
broad at this hour in the world
( insincerity is the most dangerous January 20 January 23 January 27 February 24
." Froude
E la a loW performance test of brakes, The'63H Falcon V4 Sprints nude their! .la a competition: designed" to test allDaytoftl "500 history! was made rhea
COLOR MIXING MACHINE From governmental and diplomatic suspension and steering on the Isletdebut with a fantastic showkic .to. t the around performance. Fords were ova634 Fords blazed Into the first five .
ova A moue cotocs TO otoon NOM spheres down to the ,individual .U| Riverside sports car course DaD 2,5 60-mBe( Moots Carte Rally Through an winners.to Class I and Class II to the places I Since: Daytona b the touihest L .
person-to-person levels Gurney drove a Ford hardtop to victory utopia worst winter weather they Pun OB Performance idols at[Daytona.) track to the world,this! was eyewitness '
over 43 other stock em.The SGO-mBe placed 1st and god to dass.Besides this Their tote/performance design added ep proof that Ford's to performance
sincerity isn't the most common grind dtmoastrtttd Ford's superior ...one Sprint defeated every entrant to to most tdtal points to us economy, deslga can enders till maximum. to I
iN commodity to be dealt with. stamina and road-todinf.( the RaHye's six special stop. acceleration and braUnf events. automotive punishment '
OMBURCHO Unfortunately the tenor of .
the word appears such that sin-
cerity is often regarded a; weakness
to be exploited and capital-
Billy O. Burch SY2-3801 i
ized in
upon a constant maneu- ,
vering for power and gain. I- !
i. The individual can still strug-

gle along .with only a modest
show of insincerity but it some-
"i times appears a thankless effort ____

: in a civilization which is rL
coming to recognize insincerityas n.races
a working
,, ......... In' all sincerity it can be said urnmT seta'

that you ladles wont find a
the ,finer, laundry. service than JASPER : .
,' -LAUKDBY CLEANERS: ..:. :4 .. "'lr..L. .S, s .

"offers. .Whether: JOB prefer pick. : .
op tit delivery or aeaf- emee faciHtiea -
I gayestway :- you cai.t' go wrong at !
: I Phone 791-6931.


"u' ..
': ". "..
.: "'J.t.;. .
t 11.; .... ..,
....-. = '.,' :,--=- --

., a Wiaai.da WEEK

( V.llL.tHot. 2SPfI III.

!- III I Iissyef -
D.c. 15

lI I" r-1 4

MI I '".

I 1570 RESORT MO.LA1tr ..;. .
t t

dIlnn.__ .. 100 luxurto% CofxfiHoW Fr**WaNr cW fool.held .and here are the 63Vis that gave total proof of Ford'sdurability

i ." SHoi Convenient to Golf Counev, laee)

S end Trodd NIle AH Cobs McraoncMf s.w- and ,handling! the Daytona "SOa."On every busy cross streft-'*' IU'-s g rd-rslt,

The ... you want the brakes that won on Rhrenlda'ssports
.Ihonee Is aoo. ear.e.
summer-favored HUt.- ., '
neutral. of bone goes real -LtlUltlc8 U end Silo.er.. You may never see a competitive auto event But car circuit.Your engine will hold up better
t gay vrith multi-dots on this cute one eyelet tie TtUd Bo*I* Finery lhfeobU at 30 mph :on rairt-slidc blacktop, >in the dose- through yean of turnpike use because iff as ...total ewrfenaaJtcal

.: with low cowboy heel.only. ',' : : CeAW Shop stirs e. packed gush of 5 o'dock traffic on a Twisting beautifully balanced a* Falcon's Monte Carlo -

1 #".- ;:' t. -ar.ca. ,. aayi ..ikIlaarasead.Qw .'ss i ,t mountain road,the results are Important to you. V-S's.D The winning competition car Is bound to FO R'D ,
3.J7.'f .jv. : padGuI tsarrpe D On,every slippery sw&c* you need the kind be a great road car-and Ford ..the big winner) .

; :;, ; .teoded. hcIf,M lifeoegae- llgrli "i 1 of readability placed five Fords out front in ...__.,....,........,...... _raaa.r fwos.raaurt.....nn Keanas
r -
j .... i :
.'- ..... li..d@.

:11 '.' ;.. -J.-.'.... : ':, "
i Lewit ', Motor CoS
IfLANB HOUM awOT l :;::
')j .,.. ; Quality Clothiers ) :
1 ::. Jasper ...v-tt..... '
..... 792-3481 .... .. JASPER FLORIDAPAGE



: -- --- ----- -- -- -

1 29, 1963'. .. _- AOTHE JASPER. .,., NEWS.. JASPER. FLORIDA .. PAGE SEVEN

JASPER P.T.A. TO HEAR ABOUT r. ,S" CARD.OEVTI1AXKS*' Mr Nathaniel, Vasco Hunter, and
.M *-' ?
Jasper JtetosSecond I ? floral offerings
sincerethanks for the many lovely
.rWe, wish to expresarour ;
",, 3 : "}; God's richest blessings ever:' I
"" O NORTH FLORIDA EYE BANK : ana appreciation to all those May
'1 Published Every Friday ( ot :
IITIAII and ona you
';; _t' i who helped us in so many .waysafter be on each every
Class Postage Paid at Jasper."FloridaIfe& Jasper Parent-Teacher: Association will meet this 5 the death of our loved qne TfceFamfly.

: ''?-':Subscriptions Strictly in Advance Tuesday, ,April 2, at 7:30 p.m.in the Elementary School I --

-$3.OO*u,' Hamilton County -'$4.00 Outside of (County Cafeteria. The program is one of' county interest i -

.' Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum and persons throughout the.county are invited to attend. STUMP BROS.
Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 VASCO HUNTERVasco Mr. Sonny Lee of Gainesville will show a film and

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers Hunter, 66, native and resident 'give a talk on the new North Florida Eye Bank, a projectof

7' of Hamilton County died last I area Lions Clubs, which will mean saving the eyesightof 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, GeorgiaBUILDING
Friday evening at his home near
in the
Jennings Hi i I many persons area.
1 White Springs. Survivors are hisI
1 wife Mrs. Victoria Hunter, White '
Senior Chatter 1 |l Springs, one stepdaug ter, Mrs. E. I OUTDOOR SUPPER JASPER SENIOR 4-H BOYS
b I |B. Howel. Salania, Kansas, one sister FOR BROOKS'Mr. HAVE MEETING
; bj Serious Us / JACK The Senior 4-H Boys meet
l' J Mrs. Amy Taylor. Grove Texas Jasper SUPPLIES.
i I Mr. Hunter was a veteran of World \ : and Mrs. Thomas Bridges ing was called to order by the .
Old Summer is just around the.icomer.x '., ,, I E[ entertained at their mother's .. .
Wet 'lovethis wonder '-. t.. ;r .i War,I,and member. of the Friend j I outs President Wetheringtoiu The 3.
just :
-f ? pool grill for Mr.
door swimming
ship Baptist Church I minutes were read by A. L. Miller.
ful weather. ./ and Mrs. Jack Brooks of FIRST -
There-was no old business.
Funeral services held j
were Monday :
Our baseball players. Rodger I 3 p.m. from the Swift Creek!vile the past Saturday Roger Ratliff gave a talk on 'How
I .1aCkson-1
Ben Jerry,.Chuck C. W., Syl, and Methodist Church near White I Charcoal broiled steaks to Raise Hens' and Gerald Smith I BUILT IN OVEN AND
Eddie, also'Jackie. trimmings were served. better 19236'COOK
talk "How to
gave a on grow
The Rev. Austin | .
Springs. Kelly .
. .
friends and relatives were also in- Corn". A. L. Miller and Leon- TOP Westinghouse
h former of of-'
Thank goodness, MacDuff butch- a pastor Friendship :
ed Macbeth. This was the prophecy ficiated. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wit I]vited. ard Bembry volunteered for talks ATTIC FANn 36-inch.i c .o0

the witches made. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brean Castle-' Hams Mrs. Edna Hogans, Rev. for the next meeting. With, Shutter. . . .'.... v. ". 7
of a son, Gary Goddard, Lewis Mr. Andrews short talk ,
S. M. leaves Monday work berry are parents Berry, accompanied gave a :
In Castleberry,born in Hamilton Mrs. Daniels Good CitizenshipWeek about the 4-H that held STAIRWAY :" t._""
the legislature.. We shall miss I Wayne by Virginia sang party was ATTIC ,-- *, 18 00
; him.. .'. :.. 1T' Memorial Hospital on March two songs: Going Down The Valley In March 16. He then told us that 4-H 'Atlas . . ., v.'f'itjYf',,v-4.;.."..
Hamilton. County Day is April 20. and Percious Memories Jennings Camp would be starting June 3. He \< .
4 16. I Pallbearers were: Pearsall Four-, also gave out safety cards on "Savea WINDOW, BURGLAR 5.90

L .is writing about his hobby Mr. and Mrs. James Manuel Hogan akers, Bruce Morgan, Johnnie Ray High SchoolMarch Life' with a discussion following. GUARDS . . ... ...
ushMilne' 'Is really working in En- Morgan Ivey Harris Allen Poe After that :Mr. Andrews told about '
I are parents of 'a son, Robert Bryant ,Ray Sam Wetherington. 11 thru 15 was Good Citizenship the district contest that would be I DOOR MAHOGANY ;- 4.75
Earl Hogan, born in Hamilton Memorial Interment was in Camp Branch Week in Jennings High starting April 8.Reporter. 2-0x6-8 . . .f..vi..y
Brenda makes daily trips to the
March 21.
Hospital on School. The FHA sponsored the
Dennis Smith
post office.: I # cemetery. week and asked each class 8 thru SCREED POOR ,v,; 5.99
; s Harry T. Reid Funeral Home was .
lEaster Betty and Egg'Linda Hunt.are.. .planningthe I Matthew and Izabella Jones, colored in charge. 12, to elect. its best boy and girlcitizens. MISS PATSY CANNADY I 2.eo Q.X. 68.-, .<.

Lynette and Edna* are making are* parents,of a girl Debra t 2Posters and a bulletin board were FETED IN LIVE OAK ,\ I WINDOW SCREEN Aluminum 2.56

big plans for next year-working Memorial LaRue Jones Hospital, born on in March Hamilton 23. MBS. NELLIE LAW I put up to encourage the project.The Mrs. David McNeill, Mrs. L. M. 2-8x4-6 :. . . . ... ;

together. Mrs. Nellie Law 68, resident of students were elected by se- Crews grandmother of the bride- PLYWOOD
Judy, we will miss you while elect, and Mrs. Charles Y4" AD
Hamilton County died Tuesday cret ballot and recognized in assembly groom 6.90'
. . . . .
youare away. STAPLERS and STAPLES morning. Survivors are her husband on Friday. 'They were as Locke were hostesses on last Thursday SHEET I
So long! THE JASPER NEWS R. M. Law; four daughters: follows: in Live Oak at the McNeill !i/T, PLYWOOD r'I
: Mrs. Elza Smith, Mrs. Hugh Mc- 12th-Brenda Butler Jerry Blair home at a luncheon when Miss Patsy 2.35PREFINSHED'PLYWOOD
., ..... .LI -44' Leod all of Jasper Mrs. Robert llth-Glenda Wheeler;; Harry Pen- Cannady bride-elect of L. M. SHEET . . . . .

6'Branford Moore, Jacksonville Mrs. J. R. nington Crews m, was the inspiration.The I t ;; ,5.10
CHAMPIONSHIP Sirmans, Ft. Lauderdale, six sons. 9th Linda Murphy, Ricky Howell rooms of the lovely old Me- MAHOGANY;! .; ." ., 4..t. :.
Stafford, Charlton and Nick, all of .8th-Angela Deas, Ellen Padgett, Neeilivestate. had many massive ",\ 7.65
Jennings Drew, Lake City, Jewett Bobby Wynn. arrangements of pink and white BIRCH v:. :. . .-. .-. .. .:.
RODEO and Raiford both> of Gainesville.Four The 10th Grade did not partici azaleas. The three tablies in the SHEETROCK ':;:. .:.
t brothers Charlie of Jasper, I,pate. dining room where the guests were % ; r,1.40
Sam and'John, both of Uve Oak, served were covered with white linen 4 x x6SHEET .&. :1.r.: .,'

I and C. B. Law, Very Beach, Fla. I ;'cloths and centered with bowlsof OAK FLOORING NO. 1 COM -

Funeral services were held Wednesday -I Register were held last Friday azaleas.A -.f M .'. : . . ; 185.00
Sat. Sun. 3. pun. in chapel of Harry ,March 22, at 3 p.m. in Prospect gift to the honoree was a place
ApP: 6-7 : T. Reid Funeral Home. I I Primitive Baptist Church near setting: in-- .her pattern of steling FELT 15 Hx ,c : .."' '
Elder John Harris officiated. White Springs. The Rev J. T. Don- silver. : : > 215
Per Roll . . . .'. .
Mrs. Barney Burnham, Miss Sharon -' ham pastor of Lake City Assemblyof Miss Cannady was lovely wear-
8:00 P. M. SATURDAY 2:30 SUNDAY Burnham, Mrs. Clyde Lashley, God Church officiated. Mr. and ing a pale blue cotton print with KEYIKKNOBLOCKS

Miss Marsha Lashley, accompanied Mrs. J. T, Donham. Mrs. Mary bone accessories. . . . . . 4.25
PARADE SATURDAY : by Miss Pat Bundy'sang two Davis, Mrs. Walter Davis sang two Present from Jasper were Mrs. '
AT 4:00 pjn. i songs: T11 Meet You In The Morning songs: Lord Tm Coming Home John C. Cannady, Mrs. Lester Can- LIGHT BULBS .20ALUMINW

and Percious Memories. and Precious Memories. nady, Miss Donna Collum. Miss Ea 'v:" . . . . .
Sponsored by Suwannee Riding Club I Pallbearers were:,Vernon Smith, ', Pallbearers were; Bud Stormant, Virginia Vickery, Mrs. Graham ; :
RODEO HEADQUARTERS: Benton 'Smith, Otis Law, Albert Warren Bullard Wade Bullard, Black Mrs. Eugene Adicks Jr., AWNING WINDOW. 15.95
: I Law A. W. Law Cody Smith. Bobby Bullard, Sonny Carver Clyde Mrs. H. M. Curry, Mrs. Sayer Ca- NO. 23, NU-AIR . . . .
MOSES SERVICE STATION' Interment was in Evergreen Hunter. nova, Mrs. Joe Sapp, and the hon-

BRANFORD FLORIDA ; I cemetery.. I Interment was in Prospect, Cemetery oree.This is one of the many parties I See.U For All Your Building Needs

i MBS.. NETA REGISTER I Harry T.Reid Funeral Home was. (planned for the bride-elect- April
c Funeral services for Mrs. Neta 'in charge. ; 2!.




V ., : .. JASPER, FLORIDA V.s ;

.a; Condensed Statement of Condition as of March 18, 1963Sh L .j& .

\ .
i' :-.: .t ',;..
.. .' .."
'' \ '
',..,".-1"'' '-' ; .,.., "

O <. . 'f
; <: : :: Loans and Discounts (including I ..

T: S.. : :t: $74.83 overdrafts -....,--- $1,406,358.33 4.r ; "
.: V ,: :: .,

.'.,:', i United States Bonds ..,,.?T;............ 507,106.25. f "
.::;; :\: :: .\ .

.". ,=.'..',: : ; ''',. Other Bonds. (Sfate, County & :, 1DIRECfORS' -

OFFICERS. ,' ; .. ',," ,>f" : :<.. 53032515" tI >,
a r ; Municipal ..__... ; sJxz \
I. --- ------ : \ '
: : r ; .: \

: P. C. CRAPPS, .'Jr.\ -I Cash !and due from hanks _..___._J : : .': 1,114,254.78 .; 1 / EUGENE N. ADICKS

President > '. "> Banking House --------------N------.__-N- : BRIDGES Jr. .
> Furniture and Fixtures i. 20,000.00 .. R C. CRAPPS, Jr.
:. EUGENE N. ADICKS -..?::_ : ___ f

-x:: Other Assets '. f .I" -.. "."."."..:'_Wt. . 1'00' J', EC" CRAPPS' III l
Exec; Vice-President 't.:7.:: -- .
.. -L.--' .......'.-,. .... ', ..,-- :.:,,>. ,'Il f C.W. HARMONY 'y .
. "V ft.. ,
S. .,: ; ';'.," $3'588 045 51 ,'If.-- "
.' .. ''' C .: : <- .
S, ) '
''' '
: i" ... ,: .., : .
F. B.HRRELL: : .nt.- ->. :4-0" ': ...y -.. ; F. B. HARRELL ..
' ,:,_ ,, ,," -q ',.,,",. .... .'i. :; -_,,";"'..:: f : ; 't' .. -.< ,
President"A; : :; ; : :- D. SAPP "
.. Vic .. JOE
.. : ,., '; .;. 1 t

,;"k. ; P. C. cRA.Pps.lIi. .;- .. \riABtLITIESCapital : : \ l'. \ } HonoraryDirector

> J .."'. T. T.-SCOTI' ;
t Vice-Pres.&he- r "i<,.' .

I : _. : $ 100,000.00' .
----- ..n. -
E WILLA D. SAND'U' N'rAsst. ,. : : t :::_.... .. y 1 .: '
350,000.00 .
SurplusUndivided .11. : '
: ; ----.N---N-.wN.-.NN.-.a.. ... t .
Profits 25,000.00 / j. .
; -: .' _.NNNN.-NNNN._
Reserves ____________--:.._L 32,61; 9ll8507,619.78; J.Jlj1 '

-. Deposits _____________ ':, 7;!:-. 3i)80,425.73) : .

:' o( : 1G :, .. $3,588,045.51 .'!Ooj 1G f' ,, -' .
="zips. MrA : :
: ,
j : .tr : .-... : ". :f".ff, '!) ".1 : "..'- :. .

:- :." ..'- ;SERVING .HAMILTOS"-COONTYSINCE] 1934 2 "'I:.r

: : ." ..'.. ';>......,.. '. ,: .. .- &-3b.#s" -*. ?-.... M .. -**Hryy"i' T -".' '
-- "''' -- '
4 .. ; "

/ J.' ._ .",.; ..... _.'c"'*_ .yk!,..f._ 1t

., ".
;. f' .



I .' '. .. .ll i '#>'".' ''''' -... ; ... ',. ..i/. ", .: : i .r. ; '. ,
L'\ Iff
.. .
:: COEEXAND'S FullHalforSAVE/"
: : BUYYour.
-- -
Whole .
_ 1 I ". 1....... EASTER'HAM\?....;
:. ; Jr

the RIGHT .'N'OW !t .
the RIGHT -: ', ; ;

BRANDS 1i OFFERS '12 lb. ..: t C, t

-- Avg

.: .L:>- .{'i(} ...a ft PINT JAR sus.. JI-,;>J 'S. -!''. '$,.. <'00 I .. ,.
;s I" -.AB '1 .
:_';''::'. .t << / SHURFINELK 4fJ" r-'
Tall :
W I cans
---- I
? r
....,' C C'
SWEET '" ?' Ib.
.. ;, 9-12 Young HEN
BLUE.,.. .PLATE! _-:,- "_ NO. 3 ..
SALAD Potatoes can TurkeysGIANT


::Quart I"CIRCUS ,46 oz. i GRADE"A"GA.OR FLA.

:;'"'Jar f..,,,,:;... ...._ 33c GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLE can Drink 5: olt $'1 00 = jfl Fryer Parts .'::

ROYAL: I'r::.PINK: ; : u' 3 DRUM c o.
r.\ \.SALMON' :.,/ ioP'iATO JUICE 46= -,250, jrz7IW BREASTS STICKS Ib.

Tall. -
:Can ...__... .. .i... SHORTTHIGHS

GULF SPRAYPINT TOILET SOAP .._..Bar_:25'C 22 oz. Bottle 49TREND C Package WINGS .!, 'LB!.. 25c t

3'5 "" '59POUND No.300 O $1.00 Large c LB.___.. 15PIDLSBURY

Can... O for Pkg. ..239 -- _......"....
t Sibs. C 2 Pound C

Flour RICE s, 69 BACON Packag49 e f

Nescafe: ,Gal $2-1 THIS WEEK WE HAVE
oz. Ice Cream
Jar! Picnic Jug i

R C COLA, :Canon" Half 49C
6 C t Gal.I 12-OZ 39C
COLA (Plus Deposit)
., t' SAUSAGE bag ii
f APOTHECARY AR 6 25c :14 Poly count Bag_. 29c, : SMOKED SLAB BACON lb. 39c.
Tate! hkslyPerk .... when you 6uy,8batAstze! CAMAY for
re ed fJ TH $lr.16 HOODS Qt.HQOD': .. Qt GIANT CAN

f .,., 19c COMET c
6Oz. '- 3nAMMONIA.. : 2' 43
...- -.'. --, .,: _I CLEANSER for h.

t, :Carrots L:<
Jar # J Ti PURE VEGETABLE I 'V 0 R y c

SNOWDRIFT 3::49c. g.___. 39 .._ fl.' :

,. .. .
G Limit one with$S.OO.or'more food Order -- '

SARA LEE .,SARA LEEChicken: : .';. .#?-,.._.
PoundCake.ea.79c __._pkg.59cBJgDSEYE -

BIRDSEYE. .,J pk .. J O,0Z4 pkg.B. .f ,//, .., "_'" ,
Cut' Beansi; ?l9C Med VegeL2 pks,47c / .

Omit one. of your choice NABISCO.*'r'- 12 OZ.; 3'3' Member Certified Grocers Of Fla. Inc.
wili:$5 or" more food order, f V .1.WAFERSt; :'pkg.:.-= -Pnces Good Merck 2ft*April 1st.1963 .- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED