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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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rPRlCE: lOc PER COPY '$3.00 PER YEAR .HAMILTON N COUNTY JASPER :FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 12. 1963 VOLUME 93 NUMBER 15

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Minutes Regular Florida Curses Minutes Meeting I U.S. Army Band Meeting NextThursday


Monthly Meeting 'Fashion. ,Show Hamilton CtUntyCommissio1ers r [I i Comes'To. Lake. City. To Ask


Jasper City CouncilMonday Big Success, l !t f f A Ji\"eiy. cone r(Will presented 't School Bond'Election

.,The Eight Annual Fashion Show, i by the U. S. Army Field Band. in County

,.April 1.,L96. sponsored by District No:$,*Florida -' ,. Jasper. ,. "Florida sJ' .Washington \!; m the Memorial 1 .
c. Jasper Florida, Nurses": Association presented April.2, 1933r ![ ,Football Stadiumlt'STOO pTntfMbn- r I The*, Committee formed several
The dry Council of Jasper Flu Friday night in Columbia School The Board= ,of County Conani-- t jdav, April 15th In Lake City. ,The months to
stoners! In:and,for Hamilton County. j ago promote new school
met, in regular session Monday '
j Auditortum.grgved most successful. public is invited and there will be
1 at 7:30 Florida metto8ay. in. reguUr es- :f j. facilities in Jasper and Hamilton
evening April 1963
The theme of the show was "A no admission charged for this
con
f
: siort and the folliMiiumembers County "has reached the
in the'City Hall of"the-City-of point
per ;;with the following present p.m.j j I young+ Girls Dreamt The beautiful were present; Jack VTnson, Guy I cert. where they are nearly ready to
Councilman Eugene Lang .spring fashions- were furnished by McGhin, Grover Wheeler. Lawton ] local arrangement'an being coordinated I circulate petitions calling: for a

man; Mayor C. E. Courtoy, Councilmen ., 'Eagles Department Store.Mrs.. McCulley and Aaron Hogan and by the ,Lake City-Colum Bond Election and a meeting of all
,.James,.L- Dun* wav 'and Tort;; I f I'Vigge MrDuffie'served as rotuneQ-. j'the foUpwirg business was trans I II It The Jasper' Ministerial Allianceis bia County Chamber of Commercein persons throughout the county who
Owens: /Attorney F. B. 'Uarrell.1arfManagerR' I I I acted "' with the Chief of
sponsDnfee conjunctiion interested
| ,' an Easter' Sunrises are in this project. Is to
4. 'H. Fisk'and Police' ; talon'Moral'[ arrangements, were" byJBemlcer 'The. minutes of the last meetingof r\1c of the Jasper FotbaD Field Information, Department of Army. be held on Thursday April 18, in

Chief Absent Payton Councilman Bembry.:Wade.' Norris_ J Floral Shop and makeupfor the Board was read to the Board Easter Sunday. Morning.. April lath, The 100-piece U.S.. Army Field the High School Auditorium. Mr.
Chairman: Lang called the meeting models was- done: by Mbrie by the Deputy Clerk and approvedby 1963 at 6.:00( ajn. There ,will'be' Band has appeared in the inaugural I I Powell's column in this issue carries
the Board as read by the Deputy
to order asking Rev. Charles Norman Cosmetics Studio... Weeks Co!. Wood appeared before the some Congregational: Singing{ led by parades of Presidents Truman Ei- i, more information on this committee -
Courtoy ,a visitor to'open with Furniture Co supplied the. lovely Board and advised them of his Mr. Jim Hickman and a Trio by senhower and Kennedy and has and the meeting.
prayer. furniture used on the stage. attendance at the Civil Defense the Matthews Sisters. The, iCev given concerts in all 50 states and I| The law requires that a petition
The minutes of the previous meet Mrs. Betty Frier rendered lovely I meeting last week in Stuart and of 0. C HoweO Pastor of the Firrt 15 counties of Europe .and has 'I.calling for a Bond Election must be
ing were adopted as presented upon: organ music:during the show. Mrs. the Work Shop to be held In Jack- Methodist Church, will bring- the presented 35 concerts in the Orient. I signed by 25 percent of the registered

motion by Mayor Courtoy,.with. a I II Betty,,Burnette and.Mrs,Belva Kennedy sonville April 16th and 17th for any Easter Meditation. Boy*Scouts The Band's repsrtorie includes voters In the county, which lathe
second by Councilman Dunaway. sang several delightful selection persons interested in Civil DefenseThe of'Troop 98 Wing \-e out programs popular; military and semiclassical first step. Next the Ctaunty Commissioners
Motion carried. between modeling scenes., Board requested Mr. Woodto The'Lion's or School Board
the
I s I and take up offering. music. The "Solders Chorus", must
After discussion of the parking Door prizes donated by Eagles attend this meeting. Mr. Wood Club and Klwanis Club will serve 30 Bandsmen -vocalists .was formed call an election at which only registered

-meters,second motion by by Councilman Mayor Oxlrtoywitha : :Owens -, ,Department Store were awarded. designated advised the as Courthouse the center has of operations been t coffee an ddoughnuts before and in 1946, and is an intefral Partof freeholders may vote on

that the parking meters be removed Girls' modeling the attractive in case of attack with the .after,the ,service. The offering, which will be the band It is considered to be whether or not the bonds may be Is
from the streets of Jasper. fashions were: Deborah Montpetit, Radio in Sheriff's' ofice to be used. the Jasper: Ministerial Alliance Fund to help nee one of the 'best large male voice' sued. Then the bonds must be sold

Motion carried. Coral Pepper, Mary Ann Skinner. for any emergency. The Board was our communir/,a worthy transient passing groups on the concert stage. Someof i and after this, the school may be

MoUon.by Councilman Dunaway Boys modeling were: Bill Cramer'l presented with identification cards ty, and other cooperative projects sponsored by the the numbers featured by this I built.
seconded by Mayor Courtoy that Gerald Galles, Don ',to be used in case of.an emergency., terial Alliance. The :Ministers participating group will in several all time Preliminary discussion has Indi-
the proposed conveyance of the I Adults models wer: Jane Abraham Marvin Rodgers appeared Before Sayer Canova, ,Pastor of the First Baptist ; Broadway favorites. I'election for not more than $500,000will
water tank and pump from the Hamilton Joan Brown, Raymond Cra- I the Board and advised a Doctor had O. C. ,Howell, Pastor of the First Methodist be needed for the work In the
County Development Authority -1 jnef Oris Cone, Anne Galles, Mary recently visited in Jasper explorIng Hubert Hendjey, :Pastor: of the Bright-Pond f' Popular songs will be included in three communities in the county,
be accepted and when duly Ann Houston Robert *u6on, Vii 1 i the possibilities of locating here I Rev. Travis Carter. Pastor of the Advent this Band' 4/mCtuJ/ is. fast moving but the petition'will ask for a bond

executed payment be made to the I ginia Morgan Helen Moss,Martha; J JMontPetlt. I and serving as County Health The Rev. El: F, Montgomery, Pastor of the Jasper: program a the"public is expected election for not more than 500,00,
Hamilton County Development Authority Deana McGlew. Pat !I I Doctor. Mr. Rodgers also: discussed Church. is invited to have an evening's enter so that a more exact figure may be
in the amount of $2.500.00 I with the Board the matter of.. a Everyone tainment not heretofore enjoyed. in arrived after
Pepper, Phyllis Skimmer Myrice at plans and esti-
from Budget Account No. 5044. I' much desired sewer line to be run
this area.
Soleman, Evelyn Tompkins' I I Jennings Community Sunrise mates are more firmly fixed.
Motion carried. .
colored
;ifltI !from the New county The organization, wears Army
Motion by Councilman Dunaway. Agent's office to Jones street. Motion Several churches in Jennings are cooperating' I for
all of its
seconded by Mavor Courtoy that s S GET CIGARETTE. was made by 1Ir.McGhillt I sunrise services at 6:00 a.m. on: Easter Sunday 'dress blue uniforms their Hamilton County
have
and as
the 1963 tax millage remain the TAX CHECKS ;seconded by Mr. Wheeler to ap- 14,.at Jennings High School Ball Park, Coffee and I'performances
same as 1962. which was 21 mills I the xependiture of the maximum is welcome. I motto "we are the Kings of the At Memorial :
prove served and I
Richard B. Keating director of I everyone Day
Motion by Councilman Owens se- of $295.00 for the Board to .' !Highways, which is tin keeping
conded by Councilman Dunaw, the State Beverage Department, re-J have this) line installed providedMr. White i Springs ,Sunrise Arm"I with the old Infantry song "Kingsof Next
the $608.63 be transferred from Util- ports that net cigarette tax collections Rodgers would prepare and the Highway". This is the band's TuesdayHamilton
ity System Revenue Fund to Utility for he month' of February have signed the necessary con-I! White Springs Methodist Church is planning j signature song.The band is com
Sinking Fund for payment on Bond amounted to '$2,900,451. Of this J tracts of the surrounding landowners on the church' lawn at 6:30 a.m. Everyone is pletely mobile, with Its own transportation I County Day will be cel-

Retirement. amount $806,020 will go to the state I in this locale to hook-on to f'.. ......--. so that it can fulfil its ebrated at Stephen Foster Memorial
Motion by Councilman Dunaway. general revenue fund and the retraining .J the sewer fine if the County installed I prime mission of visiting troops in in White Springs on Tuesday,
seconded by Councilman Owens, $2,094,430 will be distrib- same f'County To Receive The checks for 'the field and In presenting concertsin April 16, 10:-00 a.m. in the Carillon
that 1450.00 be transferred from uted, to qualified municipalities as Mr. Blocker and Nelson, repre- I put in the mail the grassroots communities of I Tower Auditorium. The public Is
Budget Acct. No. 1812 to Budget follows: sentatives of Florida Forest Service $1,000 more than according to Major L. cordially iinvited to attend the
Acct. No' 1715. Motion ,carriied. Jasper 1540.38: Jennings $299.57; met with the Board and gavea h U9.1! OOQ, year. I the nation Officer who is program, an annual affair.
.Motion .by Mayor Courtoy., seconded Lake City $6808: ,Live,Oak $4040;' -.reporton ihd .Farnijgorestryi ,, ** -"* fr i*"'& i I also Bieriy-the'bandsHirecton, Commanding! ._ f.. Under the guidance of Mrs, laud s'.
,by Councilman Owens'that Budget Macclenny $176Qr Madison '$4126; program for the past six months State Comptroller Ray E. Green,F Each County : I Havener; the Senler QassTat: Jan
be transferred from r"of musical composi-
$2,550.00 Board invi- of $159,000 to A
and extended to the an I
Acct. No. 1812 to Budget Acct. Monticello $1809; White Springs aid; today each of Florida's 67 lovers nings High School has for several
'I tation to attend the Forestry program fiscal year, which 'tiions of interest to all music collected the
No.. :>>\9. Motion carried. $265. to be held in Suwannee County ounties will receive $41,000 more ,$5,500 for the win be offered in the April 15th years done research,
history and folklore of Hamilton
Councilman Dtm
Motion by way
this month. from the track tax fund. year. concert. Citizens of all surrounding .
race
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seconded by! Councilman Owens, Transfer (Utility System school County which culminates in a program
that $1,000.00 be transferred fro-n Revenue) .............. 5000.00 RESOLUTION TRANSFERRING counties, along with their about the county at Stephen
Budget Acct No. 2066 to Budget Withholding Tax ............. 240.70 COUNTY FUNDS'Whereas members ,are invited to Lake !I Foster Memorial.
Acct.: No. 2049. Motion carriedMotion Social Security.. ...........145.19 it is desired by the !City to hear this free concert and Hamilton Countians young and
by Councilman Dunaway Insurance .................. 62.60 Board of County Commissioners of I are assured of an enjoyable even- old, as well as friends in Lafayette,
Seconded by Mayor Courtov. that Total Receipts .......... 12,279.76 I j Hamilton County Florida to make 1. An Easter ing with the U. Army. Field Band Suwannee and Columbia Countiesare
$400.00 be transferred from Budget! the following transfer out of the one of the finest bands in the na
invited to be
Acct. No 1102 to Budget Acct. No. Total: Cash Available 19,401.83 following fund: GENERAL, FUND I tion. present
DISBURSEMENTSMayor I Historic records have There is no charge for the Tuesday
1201 Motion carried.
account j I
951 to
From Account no.
Motion bv Councilman: Dunaway, and Council ....... 1600 852 Amount: $1975.00Be I f. ;: burial places more morning program other than
no -
seconded by Mayor Courtoy that Management and Office .... 509.59 garden tomb in which our Revival At the regular gate admission fee to
500.00 be transferred from Budget; I Finance and Taxation ...... 331.211 it Reseolved by the Board of |r that the Memorial grounds. The public?
to rest black
................ 50.00 County Commissioners of Hamilton j on first
Acct No. 1101 to Budget Acct No. Legal ........ ; I Bethel Church is invited.
1802. Motion carried. Insurance ................. ,170.13 County Florida in regular sesson I| 7 I Pyramids of Egypt and the .
Motion by Councilman Dunaway. Public Relations .......... :114.92 I that the above sum be transferred } : India, with all their rU1' Starts Tuesday .
seconded by Mayor Courtoy that all I Police Department ...... ,4,711.14Fire .in the General Fund .and the Clerk ;f I II y are. nevertheless reminders i Revival AtJennings
of the Circuit Court is hereby
be ..... 423.80 I n
Depreciation Reserve Accounts Department .4. l were buried therein were of
authorized to make such transfer The AnnW.r.-a.\"a1 meeting
InspectioffTrT...'.').. 75.00
New Ac Building rte
transferred to Equipment v ,
The tomJOIIeph'.
counts. Motion carried. Public Works: !upon the approval of the Board of Z I Bethel Primitive Baptist Church at

Mayor Courtoy appointed City Publics Buildings "......... 384.31,County Commissioners ir. tn outward splendor by many, Jennings, will begin Tuesday night, Methodist ChurchRevival
Manager Robert H Fisk Chief of Street Department ...... 5035.25 Passed in open session this. 2nd r rious than all. With its I April 16. at eight o'clock.
Police Payton Bembry, and :Mr. Garbage Department ...... 940.62 day of April.. A. D..1963. owio&f..? risen," U is the witness that I' Elder F. Arthur DeVane of Yates Services will be held'at
.................. 218.45 I' the visiting the Methodist Church for
Marvin Rodgers to assist! with the Cemetery ATTEST: THELA LEWIS Clerk f-I1 I quered death. It is for us !, :,lies. Ga. will be Jennings
observance of Armed Forces Day i Public Welfare ............ 30.00 by ALICE JONES Deputy Clerk. victory. minister, to do the preaching.. El- five nights April 22-26, accordingto

on May 14th. I Total Disbursements ".... 12,016.48 JACK VINSON, Chairman. This open tomb is a constant reminder. that I tier DeVane is the son-in-law of an announcement made by the
Motion by Mayor Courtoy seconded i Total Cash Available. March 31. Motion was made by Mr. Hogan Mrs. Neta Thomas and the late pastor. Rev. Charles Rogers. ,
by Councilman Dunaway.: 1963 ... ...........:...7385.35 seconded by Mr. McGhin and unan- ciously accepted what finite man thought was Elder Maurice T. Thomas: and is Rev. O, C. Howell pastor of the- :
Revenue Fund world had to offer and has set at naught the I
that the following monthly bills be i Uttlitiea System
imously carried and the following an outstanding speaker among his First Methodist Church at Jasper
paid. Motion carried. Cash Available March 1, resolution adopted.RESOLUTIOX. and death. The eva forces, seeking to enslave I
was I laborers. win be the evangelist. The putfkj
Lewis Motor Company ...... 99.55 I, 1963 RECEIPTS...... 24,548.14.. destroy the souls of men today will ultimately I fellow Services win be held at eleven is cordially invited to attend these '!

Sandlin Hamilton Auto Countv Parts Bank......exch...... 4.05 2.08 Water Services .........-. 2.219.21 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE the triumphant Christ St. Paul catches the tutt o'clock a m. and eight o' clock services.
Jerry Smith's Gulf Service. 6.71 Sewer Services ............ 1,319.00Water BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS victorious Christ over the tragedy of death p.m. each day through Sunday

J' O. Burch Co. .......... 40.72 Deposits .............. 45.00 I! Hamilton County FlorIda "Death is swallowed up in victory. I I April 21. REV. MONTGOMEYON
V/.G.D. Chevrolet Co. ... ..... 7.80 Withholding Tax ............ 65.00 in regular session assembled May God grant each of you a victorious I The public is cordially invited to
.............. 38.45 that the State Road Department is LIBRARY BOARD
Social
Hamilton Co. Memorial Hosp. 12..50Leona's. Security I I by Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Charles attend the services and worship
prison meals ...... 58.50 Insurance .................. 22.50 I requested to place load limit signson Chief of Chaplain United States I I with us. Rev. Edwin Montgomery of Jasper
King Hardware Co.. .. .. 3.80 I Total Receipts ............. 3,709.161:County the secondary, Florida. roads in Hamilton I this week was appointed to the
Western Auto Assoc. Store. 5.151 I Leroy M. DeVane Pastor Hamilton County Library Board by
Total Cash Available .... 23,25730vLZBURSEMENTS !i PASSED and adopted in regular -- -
Davis
Meter & Supoly Co. .. 81.541 ---- -- -" -- Gov. Farris Bryant. He succeeds
session assembled this 2 nd day of I ,
Jasper Laundry Cleaners .. 40,84 i .* Mrs. William Blackmon.4H'ers .
Motorola . -...... 21.00 CVneral Operations ...... 1,156.52 i April. A. D. 1963. I .
Wallace Equipment Co .... 96.50 Water Plants .,........:... 164.25 Jack: VinsoTv Chairman I Ij
Newsome Fort Tractor Co. .. 33.11 Water Lines ................ 59.97 I ATTEST Thelma Lewis. Clerk I j Capture
Jones Chemicals. Inc. .... 11025. Sewer plant .....!:.......... 2.07 by. Alice Jones.Deputy* Clerk itL ji- II
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Jones Insurance Agency... 10.00: Sewer Lines .....*........... 4.88 I White Springs
Thelma Lewis ................ 6.00 Transfer to General Fund 5,000.00 : The following names were placedon I
Pearce Corporation ........ 16.98 Transfer to Renewal and I the County Indigent list: JosephP. j Speaking Awardsby
Badger Meter Mfg ...... 186.83 Replacement Fund 600.00, Jones in the amount of 15.00
Cities Service. Oil Co .. .... 135.99 j and Mrs. Ruby.K. Radford in the Virgie llyman
Utilities System Rev. Fund 23.10 Total Disbursements .'. $6.987.69 amount of $15.00 per month. ;' At the 4-H Speaking Contest at

Florida Power Corp .;.... 652,951"Total Cash Available The following persons were removed -, the V.F.W. last Friday, April 5.
Kayo's Drug Store ...c..... 6.00 March 31, 1963 -........$21. 69.61 from the County Indigent. t the White Springs girls walked.
Orange State Pipe & Supply Co.. S. list effective for the month ofj: away with top awards. Ther were
Inc; ...... ................. 72.72 INTEREST AND SINKING FUND March: John L Rhodes Mrs. Paul i I i three classifications--Girls, Juniors
The Jasper News ....' ....... 36.98 Cash Available March 1.. 590.77 Brown Mary Hicks Tompkins and '! 1v iI iI and Seniors; and Boys.
North FJa Telephone Co. ... 53.34 Receipts: 1962 Taxes '.... 600.48 A. C. Cribbs: Myrtis Green and ; I The were:
There being no further business Ella Cribbs to be removed effective'' Judges
the meeting adjourned. Total Cash Available$1.191:25 with the month of, ApriL ( .Terry White Ag. T a tier at lam:
Chairman Eugene C. Lang Disbursements: NONE Therebeing no.further business i f Qty: Fred DeVane, Asrisj *
ATTEST Lilham L* Bembry before the Board, said Board ad i fi County Agent at Live Oak'andrravis
Qty Clerk. UTILITY SINKING FUND journed. i-1 : i Carter Pastor of Advent
FINANCIAL REPORT Cash Available March 1... $4,757.29 The following bills were approvedfor I Christian Church in Jasper.
31ARCTI, 1963 Taxes 767.83
Receipts: Utility payment. There was a tie for Junior First
GENERAL FOND Jack Vinson.:Chairman.. ,
Cash Available March 1, Total Cash Avail Mar 31 $5, 25.12 ATTEST Thelma Lewis.,Cleric I place between Susan Shaw and
1963 ..................... 7,122.07 Disbursements: NONEUTILITIES By Alice Jones Deputy Clerk:. II I BoimI SUe HiSneuse, both of White
RECEIPTS GENERAL, FUND:., Springs.
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1962 Taxes ................ 2405.02 I SINKING RESERVE COUNTY INDIGENTS Senior First Place: Gfafe, Rath
Franchise "Tax .....,....... 1534.23 FUND \ Mrs. Mae Long ...........18.00 THIS.IS A "JUMBO" SAMPLE -.of an educational folder which will be' tabuted ttthouaaadr Goddard of WhIte Springs.: Don
Cigarette Tax ....,........ L836.37 Time Deposit*Mlrefe.Sl*,$ .ooo.oo Mrs. Ella Cribbs .......... 12.00 of Florid families during the annual April Educational and Fund-Raisinj Crusade nretherington in the Boys Division,!
Parking Meters .............. 5L15 RENEWAL* ANDREPLACEMENT Louise Cribbs .............. 6.00Eva 'the It Governor Farris when von first place. He Is from Jasper.
of American
Licenses ,.................... 45.75 FUND Lee ....-.,..:..!"..... 15.00 Cancer Society.: was pre-riewed by Bryant Junior Second-ABee Gall Peterson -
Bldg. Permits .............. 9.00 Cash Available March 1.1.800.00RE'Ceipts Ida Mae Smith ...........10.00 be-_oe4 aa official+Frodamatioa dcdatfeg April as Cancer Control Month throughout th: Second. Miriam -
Fines ...................... 819.00 : Transfer from Utilities Lottie Mosely ........._... 15.00 Sty Present at? the! informal cereaesy were: (left to right) Governor Bryant; Mr Fred Jasper; Senior ST. Third,
Mayors Fees ........t....... 27.00 System Revenue Fund- Mrs. Pearlie Sheffield .... 14.00 W. KMIi i, Qufeejr, representing Florid* 65,000 Crusade volunteers; Mrs. H. Eugene;Bass.rrnri'imii Newsome. Jeeniags;
Garbage .................... 28.00 $600 Annie Mae % hitak r ......"10.00)( T--'t. +' .the more tkta 1,300,060 AaericaMxured_ of cancer; Jai (Jimmy) Lillian Riley Jasper.Mr. .
Miscellaneous .............. 65.75 Mrs. Frank Miller ........ 12.00 : and Mrs May Curry spooored F
Weed .. Total; Cash Available .... 5400.00 KKpae eexati v airiwiHt to the Goer! U tie 1963 Yobtttocr &ate Crusade Chairman. speaMag contest with
Cutting...... the 4-H:
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;;.10.00 '
,'" (' .. '- ,Disbursements:.NONE (Continued on ,i'aTZe.ll Govesaac; ,Brjar serve*'at die same c'ipiclrj U 19H. __. I uftable gifts for the top winners.





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'> ---,- i.,I.. (. ,rr'-hC'.j N ,, tube cleayl:finally, -1' threw-the mtn<' We drove, down: the street byMaybdteBIack's which .was .the _Program o fthe Black were among the invited. CrosbVs 'wedding. \o}ul1Y's -colors

Iq .. @ :: ky liquid and the mutilated. glass. just to,: fi# thevineyard month. Mrs Ball"district Directorof guests,tut unable'to AttendP : wi'letreen: and white, ,,4-\ '.:>
aw Y6' .:. .... ;', : ... of roses lining the;.block.Mayfeelle Suwannee Regional ,,Lifcary} will '.. 1. <.r;: ., .. r,

'i -I have 'seen :two certain human has er gerlervus bid with(beguest speaker giving a'revtw of 'Becky,and MArVCrews niademea Mr. ands: QuitmanitfcDougal

: : being:\full of the unknown solutionof her.planting as .inother'tfiirigs.: If ..some recent book; Rev. Herbert "visit Tuesda"- nSrSJaii! They I of High Springs here
were
fife, grow up together: ,The wise I had asked her nflrthod,shed.jst. >b-,Henley of Bright Pond Church will had been ,to'-Twin\ Lakes 'fo,.visit especially to take flowers recently their

,8 dt'k.'i. parents clone nave poured into his ably have said -1 p*!| Miss 'VIrgie I give the devotionaL There wQl be Becky's father who lives'happily in I cemetery at Evergreen.

life the beneficent liquid 'of Love{put plenty of *taUe fertilizer on ,an interlude music. /' Dr. Temp1eton's'Home at Twin II -

and Light and Tolerance. Things If those roses back when Graham" andI Mrs.,April Derry will be. receivedas Lakes. Every old timer young and old is

seems brighter more worth while planted them years ago. a new member. Becky and! Mankn. take him toMs 'I'j invited to Hamilton County: Day
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when he is around The touch of i The entertaining committee; is Primitive Baptist Church twice down at the Memorial on April 16th.

6y VlrPeIf1- SY..z.est. his life is healing and diffuses kind- Mrs. Oscar Ratliff (Julia) and Mrs Edna Barker Mrs. Blanche. a month. .

!ness. granddaughter Jackie Ratliff from DeaS.. Mrs. J. R. Martin. : '"*' t Mary is at home for Easter from I I MrsLucile Leslie and Mrs.

After the Winter After the Snow. he visits this way1, for a card game Into the other life Evil hands Live Oak have made their reserva- ) Someone will draw the door' prize Pompano where she teaches the Maude Havener attend a legislative

File upon file do the white lilies 'or 3 or four withEdna''and! some poured the vitriol of Hate Suspicion tions for June 15 for that trip to always donated by one of Jasper 2nd grade. Broward County has : meeting in Tallahassee last Satur-
blow of her friends. have London to see the Bitney RathfTs business firms. I day. The meeting was held at the
and Prejudice, His eyes a a regular Easter vacation of more
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F. E. A. building.
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f baleful look. He walks than week.
Up from' the brown Earth, challenging a .
One of the affairs'oie
out of the Sod Virginia Chandlery and Edna alone and has few friends. Every- Mr. and Mrs. M.. G. Benson of .pretty : bridal We heard thru them of Malcom The Jennings Seniors 'had an,
Spring season was the
Drawn by the torch of an Infinite back Browne took tamps s iffor his trip things seems wrong, mean and Jasper now living- in Sylvestercame Shower honoring Miss Patsy Can- and Judy and the lovely little I Easter Egg Hunt at Mrs. Haveners ">

God! to Stanton Military Academy sinister because he sees things in time abr.-..Sunday school daughter, a year old in Decer.'tber.Dafdtyv home Wednesday and enjoyed it as
after the Spring nady Thursday afternoon Apri -4. .
Take holiday. the medium of and church at Jaateer Methodist. ; .
them my Lilies; through distorting : ..
at the home Mrs. CX&ny.' eP firsJ lra. C .: "=
.. : ;-: ; : ; agpU a ie..J..Tatd'shouse ,
""' f'J! J I.4 ''I..('Jt: r' XkJ M. Fri} n.' hate: ITS pro enoetis dttdlrpt ,An It tools nd>tibfe'"at'fArtito '
&tl.df nin their own language( :Y"i ye an. ,invitation to attend pleasant and diffuses suspicion. get around Jasper. I believe this The hostesses were ladies of the looked as if it was a palacein When Judy Skeen said."I do' to

As pure Lilies may the Register reunion,..at,:.Wayfarei I A certain great American Leaderwas is their first visit since leaving here First Baptist Church, Dreamland: when they were all

Look up and be glad! the 3rd Sunday may; Thank you, the central figure in a blastingwar. several months ago ; Mrs. Camp greeted the guests as dressed up for Judy Skeen and Joe (Continued on Page 3)"l

I Earth's dullest of gray Leonard. I avidly read,the.Register, But he was without Hate and *;'
Shall change to full glory nrS2iA:! ,,edited;- MJV Huxford.: ) ,his great words .. with Malice toward The quarterly Conference of introduced them to the re-

On God's Easter Day! I've ,known Registers,:a,long,time. none, with Charity (Love) for the Tallahassee District of the ceiving line which stood just inside
Virgie Register was A-choice friendof I the living room.. Here were Mrs. J
Mary C. Low J aU! sum up the philosophy of his Methodist Church met 'in Jasper %
*. little. girl, ays .and renewed. Sunday April 7, Dr. -Moore District C. Cannady; the bride-elect. Miss
There's a ditch between here and friendship. after, camejback' hereto life.And a certain other being who Superintendent wasrherev. i Patsy Cannady, lovely in a gre n*

I town covered this week with blue live.The old Register; home is called himself the Son of Man and I *- -'*!? and beige print silk with yellow i Cry Ot>

1 trillium, that little pesky plant that the Drury residency now.. There whom we call the Son, of God. The W. M. U.. Baptist Associationmet I gold accessories, Mrs. L..M Crews ,

makes a yard look so untidy, that were 4 big column in front and a whose ignominious death and glor- Thursday April 11,. with the $j IJr.. and two grandmother, Mrs..

is,until it blooms.A wisteria which covered: ,|tfn purplein ious Ressurection we are now commemorating Bright Pond church. I Sistrunk of Lake City and Mrs. L. _
the spring. .. t; '> M. Crews Sr. of Live Oak.
.L
loved his enemies and
little daughter was born to I could write a storyabdut lots of blessed those who reviled him. Mary and Paul Weber and daugh- f On a coffee table nearby was, a. 4g41ceBRIGHT

Lucile ard Ronald Hodges April 4 good days there. -'*:,' Unless I am an erring student of ters went Sunday'AprflT to see Mr. daintiest pinK net parasol with a ; :
in Jackonsville. Her ., '., ,. and Mrs. Oscar' Cbwart in Talla- of .
name i4 Monica f r' spiritual chemistry ,the lesson is I nosegay pink blossoms; setting \:
Inez. They have a lttle son 'SpirituaI01emistry" From.Some- this: You cannot hate without hurt- hassee and ;to be' present at the the theme for the :party. Miss. \5r- -
Ronald who is two. '* body's Boy. Written, :by .Judge ing yourself infinitely more than dedication of the new EaSt' Hill ginia Vickery kept the bride's,book '

The grandmother Hodges barely Walter Griswell. the object hated; and you cannot Baptist Church. In the dining room the refreSh-

had time to phone me when she When I was younger and interested ,love without expanding in spiritual I'ment table was overlaid with a ,
I have
lillian'
was off to Jacksonville. Imlon my in the chemical constitution of,I stature and gaining in clear vision. just read Smith's"Kfller cloth of white organza with appli- 't77rHD iiRat 5WmiY
of
the
Dream" is
way" she said. ,n the universe remember, prof. : .. It much ques pf satin. The candelabra with
as I believe and wonderfully writ
of chemistry once handed,roe a test pink candles were tied with little
I spilled bottle of ink
nearly a on ten. The book is agift, from
Mrs. Ethel Corbet Davis and Mrs tube full of.an unknowri solution. nice clean blotter the desk my j bouquets of coral belle azaleas.

Edna Sutliff both of Tuscaloosa My,task was to find out what it my pad .What a mess and on nothing to LIT daughter and autographed- .;.. by. 'Miss Elsewhere there were arrangements POND CHURCH(JASPER) :OAK GROVE CWTRCH OF CHRIST .

Ala. who have been vacationing \\"as. do but clean it up. . of spirea and pyracantha BAPTIST Between Jasper and Jennings
Florida with a visit to Pompano . blossoms with the pink azaleas. Pastnr Rev. HenleySunday .1
I took clean
I
two test tubes and! 41
M ude Havener is retiring from School __.. 10:00 on highway
guests of Mrs. Bryson a sister of divided the unknown 'solution. The Cancer Crusade is asking us the teaching; profession this June I There were trays of tiny sandwiches Honing Service _.. 11:00.a.m. Sunday Mom. Bible Study 10 toll .,

Mrs. Davis then on to Nassau visit-- Into one I pburednjr a grtain acid to mail in contributions instead of and looking forward not to a life and cakes embossed with Training Union '-:'- 6:30 i Worship Service ..... .. U to 12

ed, Mary Francis Lewis last weekon which cleared' trie .iMl d like I I I some one going from house to of ease but life filled to the, brim pink rose buds. Miss, Cindy Chandler Fsening W, fsRip.cry..::."._ 1:30 Sunday Evenings Service: .... 7:00

their return* trip.. magic so that it sparkled, colorless I I house..It is good that way: that is if with activities with a special emph-[ served bowl. punch from a large silver idldweeh Prayer Service every ,Wed. Evening: Bible Study.... 7:00

Jim and Raymond Camp spent transparent and beautiful; through we'll do it and not forget. asis in church work. ...Wednesday at 7-30 _p.m. i Phone WES-2091
I I in: the
Assisting diningroom were
the tube. .
shining :MY GARDENFor .
the weekend at Jekyl Island.
past METHODIST
JASPER
I Intp the other glass tube I poured ( ; someone who loves her garden Mrs. J. T. Bridges is returningthis I Mesdames Mildred Edna Barker.. Margaret Mildred, "The Friendly Church" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Andrews, Sapp,
Mr. John Burnett of Tampa I r'acid.In.a twinkling it was I quote this) week from Hot Springs Ark. j Pastor Rev. O. C. Howell Sayer Ca&ora, Pastor.
brother of Mrs. Doane Corbet spent changed to an ugly;miixture. which "A garden is a lovesome thing, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bridges flew I Bennett Ethel Chandler.The and china. f. ORDER OF TCRVICE Sunday School at 9:45

one day last week with his niece 1 j etched innefaceable lines arid scarson God Wot out there to drive her back They gifts of silver Mrs. \veredisp1.ayed 'Sunday School _.. 9:45 a.m. Horning Worship 11:00 a.m.

Edna: Corbet. Mr. Burnett likes to j I the hitherto: dean t .test tube. Rose plat Fringed pool, femed will all be home for Easter Shiela J in the den.Wetherihgton Lois 1 Warning Worship ?. 11:00 a.m. Training Union .. .J..J,. ._q 6:15
Irene
! from Live Oak when And ,being unable to the testMarket -:: Curry and Mrs.
come over ,get grat and Elaine are spending this week here. #' : Everyone I hostesses //
'
3 ...--T .'to I The veriest school of peace ;and !with Aunt Virginia. i were I EVENING SERVICES Prayer Services Wednesday -
i I In an adjoining room tbejoyely
I yet the fool contends that God is Junior Fellowship .._ 6:00 p.m. at 7:30 p.m.
Welcome Common linens and other household accessories : !
not- Not God! in gardens! when Maude Havener and Inez :McCall i Intermediate Fellowship 6:00 pjn. ---- -

Internationally I the eve is cool? Nay but I have a have those beautiiful Marshall Niel were shown. Mrs.Fisk Mary received Lang'and Youth Fellowship ._ CtfO p.m. JASPER CHURCH OF COD
Mi nded Business. Men Mrs William Rev. Earl Deas
roses sd prized in southern gardens. '
i sign; Tis very sure God walks in t Worship Serric7:00 p.m.
S. here. I I' Sunday School ......,. 10:00
Powerful I I 8:00 ? aim
: See Ally r in Economic, Wara mine.: :Mrs. VuginiaQnandier! chairmanof II I I I This party preludes the wedding Youth Social Hour p.ta.I' Morning Worship ._, 11:00 arm

I Thomas E. Brown I of Miss Cannady to' L. .St Crews "PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Evening Wonhip 7:00 p.m.
BETHEL
'i .. the Hamilton
i Of in Regional Library
particular significance It 6 c ail I n'g-the accomplishment TUESDAY
j todays economy is .the. Influx. ; of Hospital Ship Hope When we are perplexed as to the went last week for confereence of 'tin, April 28. ., ; j I' Bible.Study at tfi a.m each Sun.
I;jot. many forward t.hlnklng .a ,people-to-people: project, I i whys of things we are convincedthat I library chairman apdthis., week.!I ': : Church Service 11', a.m. 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m..
American industrialist.who no prompted Egberts' suggestionof I the Judge of all things sees re i Thursday will be"a general conference -' The Honorable Thetm'avaspopular "!' : ; Each First and 3rd' Sunday. FRIDAYS
I Y. P. ....
l longer .consider. S. business' : recalling:fom.the: mot aU t sons an dmotives that finite minds! in Live Oak. Rev. Ed. Montgomery Clerk of the, urt' fot':;Hem- o I PBYE 6:00) p.ro. each Sun Uy E. -. 1:30 p.tL.
as being confined to these i fleet another shlf.to be cm'IsI I I |ilton County was carried by ambulance DeVane pastor --
I cannot ,grasp. It is then we feel has been named on the Elder L. 3VL __ i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
: fchores. Among the new thought tened "Project. Freedom. to Atlanta Hospital Tuesday _
leaders is '<41 Sherwood very ignorant and humble and quite Hamilton Library Commission in WHITE SPRINGSRev.
.( young; 1 see Troject Freedom as ,rrornins. Recently in the Hamilton 1 JASPER PRESBYTERIAN
'!H.. Egbert, who recently declared a dramatic way to show the pleased that it is out of our hands place of Mrs..Dot.Blackman.'. 1: hospital she was moved ta van CHURCH SERVICE Ed. Montgomery, Jr. Pastor
Three-mile limit thinkers peoples of Asia, Africa and JR.,. Evening Service _1:30 p. m.
among business leaders are South America 1 HONORABLE FAILURE April "23 is"a special day. It is dosta. The doctors there' referred I Rev. E. F. Montgomery

not serving the best interestsof the meaning I've known some human souls who Library Week and each libraryover ., her to Atlanta. The anxious prayersof Sunday School -9:45 a. m. BURNHAM CHRISTIAN

their country or stockholders. and fruits of failed the state will have a 'coffee at her friends and loved' ones attend Services _. _...... -- 11:00 CHURCH'
Egbert urged Americans to freedom and 10 o'clock in her.
Because some greater force pre- their respective libraries I ADVENT Paul H. Stewart Pastor
free enterprise JASPER
welcome
and cooperate with the *
b vailed This will be a simultaneous
/*JSjbert! ; C. D. BarkerJr. CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Sunday School each Sunday 10:00
expanding European: Common The name of Mrs.
Whose failure finer thing affair and are cordially invited
was a you
Market as a powerful ally in continued."Supported I, was omitted from the-guest list Travis Carter Church Service Second and Fourth

the economic war with the by I I Than in their. hours of loss 'were Friday April 12 is the April meeting attending a recent party over in Sunday School........... 10 a.m. Sundays ................... 11:00

Communist bloc and as a bul-' private this floating funds. great of the Jasper Woman's .Club Live Oak for Miss Cannady In;!! Morning Service .......11:00 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and
wark to NATO. exposition- .And in the end won high estate Lois Curry president, Edna Barker other parties for this bri elect, SUnda Night Service .... 7:30 p.nu Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30
"Soviet trading Is Because they'd! rather fall for Right
enemy
would be agraphic (I Chairman of the Library Division Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Graham WednEs; ay night:
action, declared the dynamic Than win the goal through brutist
new
picture ; I( 'Choil Practice ...... 7- 0 p.nuPray JEXNTNXJS METHODIST
president of Studebaker- Might. --- ..... 8:001p.m.
of.human a w Service
Packard corporation. "Since the 'Erbe i, John Kendrick Bangs "Enter Rest Pray"Pastor
declared Soviet objective is to progress under. I *, BAPTIST CHURCH : Charles W. Rogers Sr.
a free OWN DRESS ( DIVONIA\
demonstrate that they can beat government. Its exhibits I' I I YOUR O\ m SHOP : *PyDETT. Pastox: Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.
the capitalist: nations in the would Illustrate tfirwor*ngs of' God rewards the victorious by WALLACE
world's market places, we are free,enterprlseTfreeunions and : call to new battles; the faithful by Junday School _..-.. ....-10 &.m- Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m.
Would like to own own ladles! and girls dress shopT Worship Services 2nd and 4th
all deeply involved in the economic coUectrw.lbargalnlng' free wor fresh trials of fidelity. yon your remching ...... -- ,- 11 a.m.
.
phase of the cold war and ship and A free press.- I Author unknown You can be your own boss and aye your own income for life. Training Union ...;%.41r-.<.1. 6aOpjn.. I Sundays at U a.m. and at 8 p.m

we most never forget the stakes URGES TAX EFOBtf; Your Investment for fixtures!!I, tables etc. is less than- $%)00.00 Preaching .._..-.-- --- 7:00 p.m. i NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
tare the same as if we were ; The Studebaker< ,.;,Packard The. Editor.said "The Act of Worship .'
t'|In a shooting war. To the Com .; 1In.s1den. ;., tated.2 hat-no: .tingle I. is an Inner Adventure." We keep you snppllrd with $13,OO.OO of Merchandise at no-cost to> Wednesday bight Prayer Rer. N. M. Howell, pastorSunday

I jinunists, trade u. ,always a< gv ont ado.e Cangi W bmpfe : .. ..- you. Perfect for Retired couples, widows, etc. For more: informs, Meeting _... ... -.. -:30 pan. School every Sunday at
(means: to .political: end. They [ impoinGian' UKref 10:30 a.m.
dump, commodities to.spoil, markeU orm t.fat;t.mI6.Ji> ;> ndgrowth Gertrude Lew is's, garden' is aTovesome tton just write to me to day. CaMISS re of. : : WEST LAKE CHURCH OF COD Preaching 11:30 a.m. dot 'JO pjn.

where they can without of Amertca psLvital thing.f as you'turn! the Sunday School ,-r lj. 0 a.m. Training Union '.::......... 6:30 i ....
regard for profit. 'Not"'only do1': that 49VtCreAUng,4Ave tmnts corner there 'at the Standard Station PIXIE Bainbridge Ga. .. ,. <' Y.P.E. Sunday ..._ 6J35/vp'
!they seek id undermine marketsby **.' 9. ,! aitclt ? 7reanti .-:It is better seen.now with that ... .. ', ', .. 1r Prayer Meeting. Thurs. 7:30 P.m .1:30 pjn.. :
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underse&uif; but.they.insert,.. WQ. t I' camphor treegone.i "'."* Witfm: SPRINGS '
.
1 I -
.themselves frea.ll1&UoM'WIth'into th> ''economy the'"object of .t: ... .... 'dep ., .. .. ;>, . ,... .' .. ." .:. FIRST_ BAPTIST CHURCH MISSIONARBAPTIST Jnanf! ., FUrliU

,of obtaining leverage on the Inj r' ., 4 Rev. C. E. iBaI1 7. Pastor', Bro. W..D..Stewart Pastor *

j ieraal,affairs of.'these nations.! *',, iu } aRtepn i MatchedSnsuisss 'j 'FARMERS! Our .Soun 't'tI n day School --.. 1000 a.m.HornInc Sunday School' .:..- 10:00 a.in.
STKBSSB0'6'4'POIKTS pe, ''ie4 ,fat 8'sowefC : .. ... | Service -'11:00 a.m.Ttaininsr (Each Sunday) ,
-bad$ for"'rtedeQ"ipiaat(; ; :. .' Union _.__... '7:00 p.m, Preaching: service Each Sunday at
Highlight' of his addrest: expansion..mod,x;!& 'equipment."Management" Evening Services ..._ 8:00' p.m. 1100a.m.and7:30p.m.
2. A proposal to convert a" for "its, part Hail Insuranceguarantees : .Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday
4 mothballed freighter, with prlivate must step ''up:,t O'" neV.Btiffer! Stationery at 1:30
r M m sT-CHURCH p.m.
funds, Into' an exposition competition"frtm 'abroad with i'fjRST I IPastor
:aliIp called "Project Freedom." every resource at its;command.It : I \\\ Rev. Harry Goddardsunday FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW.
I*hlch would visit the world's .must: 'work aU'thfr'harder to '. 7 School .... ,. 10:00) am.'A -
.
.. H. Woodard
parta displaying scores of exhb1ta imtrove :lUVpttxMcts. On! the : 'Q t : income if early storms gronpj Pastor
class for 'eTel"a*
!
demonstrating the methods one tind'lt fcdudl irn'from. -s Service _, 11:00 a.m. Sunday School .:;..__ 10K)0) ajn.
', and fruits ,tof:free government those raporo' that: are succesaful Worship ._ 6:00 Morning Worship. ....,. 11:00'&;m. '
r.VSTOR.S
and free a W1t .'UI.'American; consumer. Youth- Fellowship .a p.1 naming Union _....... 5:30 J>ja.
2. Recomm '- &e.buai- 1 On!'the*other hand it must D' ruin your crops. See me for details.... :;...; : SCHEDULE Sunday at Evening Worship.MM 7:3O..p.m.
,' ,White Springs every
't .
ne len;coops"aW withv! achooladntnlstrtartf meet fctaJtiawands cf foreign .lr'v fi. 'F. 11:00 ajn. I Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
in increasing: conaumeriM Vhs t Hfef- fre each Third Sundayat ---
Swift Creek .
quently don')>ftliiL.iMjpx our GREEN RIDGE CHURCH
of the
student understanding INSURANCE 3:00 .
AGENCY pjn. I ,
JONES '
workings of the free enterprise own-a trutir'BqriMiH&r& re- --- OF GOD _
.
ay taL gUtered in ese MteenBHi JHU'oeket. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. George F Jfrwton

8.--'A proposal for reevaluation B yondthfew/ *, sgHBBt build and : JASPER FLORIDA STATENVILLE. GEORGIA Sunday School ............ 10:00 ....
of foreign aid programs on sales our.elydBsrlfi cwp 9WmAP Jx Ainerl- ,/ Allen Brooker Pastor Morning Worship ........ 11:00 ....

andilermlnatton of aid to nations cans have no auyrfnffTiitifl do S Telephone 792-2921 Personal Service i Sunday: School .._ 10:00 ajn. Wednesday Nigh ""om 7:30 p.m.
neutral and aDd 4th Prayer Service -
"talk
which an even >etter.nd more precise Worship Service 2nd
,act proSoYietr4l job__-settfe; &. ( Sundays -..:.-_ 11:00) LID.J Y. P. E. Friday Night. .1.JO
.Proposed antitrust laws Tou. oeuitakfjacawi. and Sr. MYF Each Sundsy at ...............
be updated to bring "monopoly petition- lyt g down-fit :i: 7K)0) p.m. JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOO
wet" In labor, as w.u'as in grow WW1'tJM .cam-l OdR fCTiY OH Beach ; Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at CHURCH
.
jgnts*,under"proper control.** bert .. .u a: .- 11 THE OCEANS Da/i/tyna tree: % 8:00 pan. Sunday School each Sunday at

/ f .__ .-.. Let us help yexn7yourbede1ed ou..?, LB tton '''' Fro Golf XwMurant Cocktail Loung KarawlbtartaimMflt and eveningOld
'., r Dhuc ROOB*and BflctciKlMBHdMMlM THE NAZARENE time Gospel Sing last Friday
DIRECTLY :.A '
,.. .. .r FacO.: Florida .. .........
] WORLD'S 4ed p throofbosl.H jeer frog $63 fMT kUdroon '. each month 8 pjn.
J Leslie
G Poe Pastor
i, FAMOUS RESORTDayto '"......-; <'. rt '!; bttdae eorreniuiiIi' ( .ti..:I froM Sao ptr wb. r Sunday School .....,... 10:00 A.Jd. Rev. O. E. Thompson

t WbetberyocTbiiimrMUwfll SayourLawll6gentprrrib Preaching Service ......1100 ASd.Evelng FIRST BAPTIST

1 A FRIENDLY \ lIH ? I f iris 01'small ms '-t1aIp KOiEXTCOKDESjMian ,Mpr. Service -......i. 1:30 PJ4- STATENVILLE GEORGIA CHURCH

:.. lernes .put, .lies._ ..ttl! Uacltr. dind'1M'ef 1fnoml. s owl. create*more fenrortifa Wednesday PjajexJHe ting 7A, D. W. Kaanon Pastor
a CL 2-0431
NEW. HEATED SWIMM+NG CH : : ; i : ; (Services Each Sunday) .
I t
.Air.CouGtt.; .... ...h.ited -" ,;1't ...:.;; JmprasioA.O.J'OVc.l7' i CORINTH MISSIONARY Sunday School .___....... 10:00 ....
,. -.S,.clot Uwa eqd. OIL': *,*.II. my- ,alto. cctsaRf rwiao .f; BAPTIST CHURCH Morning: Worship _._ 11: ))0 aja.

P.tSe. Fr '.&., TEAR' lOUHe, .," ,' yoarpruil-a I Nut .11 ttr.diofts. : Sunday School (every Soaday Prayer Service Wednesday at
..; =-'_eotttiuted print ran*."WecraftsaanaUplntli 17:301'.DI.
except fifth Sunday) 10 ajn.
Writ*.Wra 01'HOP Ct 2.1452 6 .F. iSs ftj ihe hlge.t itual$, Preaching" Service each Sunday at 7:00 pjn. .
I For a.'tn.tiolll / ... 1
at 4 at 11 a m. and 7:30 p.m.t WHITE SPJUNCSCONCRECATIOKAL

Qul1tyPapus./'W1iJ feat t ling Union 8:30 pom.. I HOLINESS

ll j7t l call as,today I .. I' I Prayer Meeting- each Wednesday .. S. School each Sunday, 19:00 ....
at 1:30
w : p.m. t Preaching aervice every Sad aril

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'.' : ; table.Mr. ',LL: es,rw '._:.. .: CERTIFICATE Crusade Month "> .-<- Tenriingslfi HIGH SCHOOL

% {:r 'kltsjji: a -MtS.: .. ,' : 'r '. .,r-: <> .i .. ,I,I March j-, 31totpufeh* j\pril'- ','." .
came from Jeruurjgst Mr. and Mrs. DID YOU KXOW that Hamilton ?i-t by Serious u..ire National F.fi Zr a k.

11 ........."' -. _. -'...,......., ......, --.... .. I I V .:ib.eiW ,: s'i' tilluK, R .;: n71Y+ ?!tt:1t.n flp It I County pjaintain,.oaLoan. .o$et C; the .thi ttnJ r << .
.. .. .,, ,' Linfla .J *Siifc L 3330! 1from, r stoebditb.jt'Jn.s.' Snu: can- dy bbit .
) "':':" .. .. .":_-r.2 ;'.J. : .High id clfift ingS to
i.1'rJ"S'! ({ v.c j 1? arlr ,1'ag8. 1,: e dash,,Miii! id?MArxis'Kept j 1 ,: :.tl' :'tf.: .. ijA eer.palients-are. elisible receive chase ha so'C. hime..Af1i hocJa::. :
fi
Jacksonville&as" -.surprise: if y fll.
a: b .
the
or:1: rse. tvitbout cost tot patient -
Joe Crosby rile) had alT the traditional j the othersa' brother R_ H.'Cunningham o or family? ; G t.' '?o," ,U Sunday. March 3k ben

wedding reminders. She, carrie of Panama City --- :r- '/ hear '; 'tt nd d church with her family
April 1: The F. H. A.
This Jewels' side of the .
was .
I I financial assistance from the
years old: the garters. were blue t ae : i egg bunt. colors red and white were worn
family and out of seven brothers: each
American Cancer Society
year
the I by all members along with the
new the beautiful white
was Betty
and sisters she was able by telex than our yearly CRUSADE Drives I Gean did".a -clever job
wedding dress and a six pence in official sigh to let everyone know
.with
Gertrude.
phone to get together two sisters her reading -
produce? about F. H. A. Week
each shoe for luck. $4
%
Something borrowed some- and herself .and_ two brothers withtheir *'I That whatever contributions are : Ruth, s chairman of Hamilton Tuesday April: This day was com

thing blue something old, some- families.*. .. 3i5' received from.the CRUSADE and:,County..pa -r jhas lane ,a fine job munity day. The chapter had amee.ng
-
MORE wil therefore come back in arranging the numbers for. the
theing blue." t : after school and everyone
V
... .. ;JThe' Fidelis l Sunday School classj to Hamilton County for assistance: program ". worked on favors for hospital trays
rid the Lydia Circle of First Rap:. of i Bktem"olla '0 tttmJnnd
The. Methodist observed a Lay* our own people When P*ti > ts be >'Hfi SB Easter,
man1 revival Monday Tuesday tiSt delighted to honor with: a ,reception I That Cancer strikes two out of Eggs" iri='the:-folk.'dante:everyone" ; Wednesday April 3: .Everyonewas
; Irene Byrd and Fred Taylor ,". .
three homes?
Wednesday evenings'and joined i better rrioQcfirr'I' more courteous at school than
.
the Presbyterians and* Advent immediately following their Y pa That Cancer kills more children I Chuck is71&! irig"- We hopehe usual on this day and the F H. A.

Christian Churches in Communionon marriage Friday! April 12 at 230.. I between ages 1-15 than any other finds the* treasure. Emblem was put on the bulletin
Friend and relatives invited:
.
Thursday1 evening. are disease? Brenda really" njoyed the' ."Cup board. This day was called. school
s. ':I'I I![f Sergeant First Class Archie G. he received the Bronze Star Medal I "To Cure More Give More fight ping" certinony in March. Brenda day.. ,
I
Tuesday was such a good day.It : i I '
Knapp ;a former resident of Jasper ; and the Good Conduct Medal a- Cancer with a Checkup and a
A most degnified and impressive( left me humWe.] There werecon* ,' plans to etater'training as soon as Thursday, April4, Thursday was
capping-cei'enignsM'Traa' held for tacts'all day' vfstfe jandTlele 1 was awarded the Certificate ofj'I I i mong others. Prior to being assigned Check to protect you your family t she.returns' from tfle''Seniorb-ip.\ -. family day. Ech member resolved
JON; -
1 Achievement,here to Fort Jackson in of
the nurses of the Macon Hospital calls : today. August and others. Wane has1 been lonesome' -the not to quarrel with her family.
phone M I
School-pfjtfursing.. Jane Paf- .;.J..;, ;.,,;.,. '' I The award was presented to SerLgeant ''1959 Sergeant Knapp was stationed I I : favorite Junior-has-! : been:' absent Grace was sand at all.meala. by

ford of Jennings was one'"of the Mrs Norwood bme early with a I Knapp by Lieutenant Colonel at the Berchtesgaden Recreation BABY CLINIC TO BE,. for several days; 4 each member. '

fifty-eightito receive her cap. bouquet of'sweet peas.. Some time I John; J, McHugh, executive officer I Area .in Germany." HELD AT JENNINGSThere When S: 'M. Des returned from Friday April 5: Friday was Fun

.The student nurses,marched from during the,'dayAnn came, inv;We of the Adjutant General section in While at Fqrt Jackson he,is liv- that low section of the St te;' Jurfiors = Day This day was set aside to

their dormitory t6 the Mulberry discussed The meaning of Cretan'{ :in i recognition of his "superior performance -. ing in Columbia S. C. with his wife will be a well baby Clinic I thought tie.was a! 'salesman learn and sing together as many

Street Methodist church'. where the Titus 1:12. Net Ie came by .a, few'I of duty during the period!, the former Edna A. Hammock of held in Jennings City Hall on Fri- entering the Senior*room. We miss F. H. A. songs as possible. Perhapsif

service was held. minutes. Wy lnra'.'Whito.brought:'mean '19 ,August 1959 to 25 March 1963.I I'Jasper The couple has five children I.day April 19, 1963 from 9 am to you, S M. -. every week were F. H A. Weekwe

They .were dressed in blue uniforms item for"Folks'and was iriVit- I while serving as Offset Press Super an girls, ranging.in age from, I 11 am. Our'presid t ,Jerry, \S' working would become better membersof

which 'had white collars and ed to an impromptu lunch. A good ;visor AG Reprodutcion Adjutant 13 to 24.Sergeant. I AH children from age 6 weeks to on a speech. He says for a contest. our home school and community
visit from: Becky :and Mary Crews. General Section" at this 1 j school their immunization Skeen is
cuffs with, this- they wore whi.te Army POst. I Knapp will continue his I age may get Mrs. Crosby nee Judy I
aprons.A I I, Jewel ran in a ,minute ;to )ee:if Sergeant Knapp who was graduated ; duties as Commissioned Officer -I! and children born in 1957 back at school <
I'd have the Circle Monday;-nignt. : from Jasper School : at this time. Please busy J
High in may register I Syl Holland is certainly CARD OF THANKS
wonderful program was 'pretrented in charge at the Adjutant Gen i
by faculty members: Mr. And this,evening early ,Mr. and 193T. entered the Army in 1944. Dur I Iing'his .eral reproductions section. bring Birth Certificates :these days/ :' '' j ji

Robert Vansant sang two songs Mrs. Wrrf.,,Sawyer dear friends. $of years of service in Europe Hamilton County Health Depart. i Jackie can rean crack the cow! We are sincerely grateful to relatives

which were: 'You'll Never Walk::Tampa-. days, spending* the| night I II -- I ,whip. ", ". .friends and neighbors for their

'' I at the Suwannee Motel spent'two W. went to"Souttt Carolina over many. ,.Hind acts of sympathy during
Alone" C.
: and, urn Walk: With God. I |
Hose-
Wants Used Ladies .
:Mr. Patrick E. Matters,.:-associate hours with me, every-minute'' filled the weekend: ,. .our sadr ereavement. Our appreciation

professor, of psychology, was the with recalling'folks w knew. They ." ._ L. For Handicapped School use. Rod.crer.-lsmt telling his plans i I. cannot be adequately express
PPw.' 0 .ad
speaker of the evening I i are retired. have a P. :-: :. VJ I I4ti Do you have any used hose? for Easter;. I ed.
dress at West\ Point Ga. and go asthey .:-: Mike, ,really, did ,a good job.on
After the address the students will.'die are to Day- .. .. .. Pineview School in Jacksonville !I Annie Cason
marched to the front and knelt at I tona for.Easter enroute ... ;; -. .9" A t ... I for the handicapped children use the Hamflton County-Day- Program. Annie Lee and Martha
1Af:4 these in the handicraft dept. Many I Eddie told some points of interest
the altar then Miss Elizabeth Anderson I I
.
director of the nursing! education I. And so the day is done and 'Folks of you must have one or more pair.If about Hamilton County.. .

Also is ready for the printer. .'' .. ,. Mrs. Vera Zipperer Carter an- so, call Mrs. Simpsonat the Joyce sang a solo vthe-pro- last Wednesday at the Easter Egg
capped the nurses. +
fi?!? Fd. .w A> +rsx rr gpfvn' exizr
each nurse had her candle lightedby 1 i nounes the engagement of her Jasper News office or drop a cardto gram. liy?c ten done. j I,,Hunt.

Mrs. Linda Greenwood, class ad I ,Pfc. Daniel Hunter Fort Gordon daughter Peggy Pearl to Oscar Box 255 Jasper. It is for a Lynet_ Edna have given j 1 I Press your clothes for Sunday.
Augusta Ga. spent few 'days Olin McCullum m son of Mr, and work from Macbeth.
visor .The students were introcjuc- ; worthy cause and will be pickedup memory I I I So long z
here "'recently with relatives and Mrs. Oscar Olin McCullum Jr., of at home. The old, Rabbit did well by us
ed by Mrs. Lynda Grissom presi your
friends. :He.will be transferred this ,Jacksonville ...
dent of Student Government Associ-
week to Vietnam along; with other The wedding will take place at
ation. After the ceremonies the
American soldiers to help defend eight o'clock'p.m. May 24 in All
nurses left the church with their I democracy nearLoas.. Daniel is Saints Protestant Chapel at Jacksonville STYLE QUALITYTALUE SAVINGS
lighted candles. The whole affair '
the son of Wm. M. Hunter of Rose Naval Air Station. ATDEDGE
beautiful and magnificent -
was very I well ,New Mexico. The Hunters I Miss Carter was graduated from

used to live here before moving out 1l5 I Paxon High School, Jacksonville.Mr. D
After the capping there was an
McCullum, a 1957 graduate
,west. I
informal reception at the nurses DUKE
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: of Robert E. Lee High School was
residence.. t 1 Harrell ,Reid;has a dog a birthday also graduated from the Universityof

Miss Pafford is president of her gift from brother..Harry. Florida in Gainesville with abachelor's ,
class and is also vice president of 1 .x . -:: .
1 ,
sss r:; x ih.-rn .
'.
r ;C;: : degree in forestry.He .. >
Student Government Associa- i. i' '
the. '
::Mrs Denton has a ,lovely white was a member of Kappa Alpha"Fra : ... .Id@ : ." :
BIG SAVINGS for Cash'- us'1 : .
or -- .
tion.Those trailing'on her back temity. He is presently attendingthe 4 w<
from this area who attended rose ... stoop.* ; .. ; ,vV... yf ;: ti jC '
''% U. S. Naval Officers candidate Your
were: Mr. and Mrs Roy PaffordMr. C 'vo;$;' .,,,' ) JC6ih7 Payment. Plan ..' mos'),.
school in R. L
.:.and Mrs. J. W.DeVane- Jinx, I Mrs. WiUadean Sandlin: has re- Newport JH '
q.
tumwLhome'from the'hospital_and Miss Carter,is., the daughter of ,. .
Mike and,Dede DeVane. Miss Ruth .. 1 H1i ,
DeVane.. Miss Brenda Butler Allan 'wur be:Back at work soon; Albert' Edward Carter: of Tavares ,' -'J ,"to' ",'-', : U2. ,F

and the granddaughter of J, J. .,... hem :
Wood Mrs. Maude Havener and !JdJ
Miss Effie Dedge is home from Zipperer of Jasper Fla. and nieceof

Miss Inez McCall. .. I the hospital and hopes to be back at CARTER McCUIAUM J. Zipperer, Jasper. Refurnish your Living Room or

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith had a work soon. .

---- ---. I "Did You Ever Read In The Bible?" every room. in your house .-

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"' '. : 4. n'U1A rthc...::
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cl t2 Btl fl C4'Y I/yBpr"'h Of an apostle telling people that :congregation of the New Testament .\ ''

one church is as good as another? I Church, Phn. 1:1 Acts 20:17; I Pet. : WE HAVE A.IARGE.SELECTION .

Ephesians 4:4; Matt. 16:18; I Cor '5:1 ;Titus 1:5. An Elder Bishop !

12:20. Pastor and Presbyter all apply
If your wiring is bad just Of an apostle telling people that 'to the same office. Notice plurality Dedge & Duke Furniture Co.

they could be saved outside of the always.Of i

call 'on us. We'll rewire/'your-... Lord's church? Eph. 5:23; n Tim. an infant'being baptized by an
2:10; Acts 2:47; I'Cor.15:24. I 792-4961 ., r. JASPER
apostle preacher in New
or .
I. Testa-I ..,.., ':;
,1 house 'with the best materialsat Of New Testament Christians j ment times? Matt. 28:18-20.
speaking of "Our denominations"? 1'16:15-16.1 Cor 1:21 Romans 10910.: --- -

Acts 20:28 I Cor. 12:27 Matt 16:18 Of a candidate being voted upon
in ; ; .
fi the lowest price town. Comment from the/ / .
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<
Capita/ ,
i y "0oJ. Eri:'. 5:25. Eph. 446. ::before membership in the Lords i:'. .

'- of. .\? O"" oeople "gettinr religion" in Church? Acts 2:47. Cot 1:1314. Sl .

the days of the apostles; Jas. 1:27 f Of any individual being sprinkled $10 BILLION FIASCO -
i
r USED T-V" Of people "joining the church" in 'for baptism? Romans 6:3-6; Acts by Von tfetf *'
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aro tolic days? Acts 2:41-47; I Cor. II 8: 3839. I

." .12:13. Of any earthly headquarters for
ONLY $50 Of an apostle telling people that the church? Collossians 1:18. I How much do you know Warn,days. |10 billion. Latin AmtricaMI

they could be saved by faith only? I I Of followers of Christ being about Latin America If Will,'pouring: money f.utoLaUD themaerres, f
I USED x James 214-26; Gal. 5:6; John 1:11- ,I anything any except Christians?? Acts you're like most of u', the America wiaf the came put up the rest >$80 billion.
12. I newer i* not a mat d.al. reralt W ten years t Let's Where Ss this |80 billion
I 11:26; Acts 26:28; I Pet. 4:16: 1 Yet, w* ought to. A lot of look "-ate what. we hare to coming front We cant expect
.. Refrigerator \ ., Of an apostle telling people thatthey Cor. 11013. Acts 4:1%: our tax money la going sooth work, tlr. / l ,the farmers and laborers of

could not so sin as to .be lost Since the Apostles were guided Gf the border for t.U AliAnza 'Moit'Lithr Alb UJc u are Latin America to pat much ; .
yr eternally after' becoming a child of into all truth (John 16:13; II Tim. para el Proffren the Alii- farmers with HUJ or ao tftodsrn aside for famitment. Not with
SKertcrcuiHere: ONLY. $75. God? H Pet. 2:20-22; I Cor. 10:12; 3:1617.Why do people insist eon nice for Progress emtoment to cuke mcney aa sense-income of 1270.

' ..' J l'a$n,i.y'yriKvurt'ceOeome ,John?15:1-6; Heb. 10; 25-31, using religious terms that are foreign The AQiaaee I* a Mr* ambitious at it: Plants aad I let tie are .2w! about rich Latin Amer-4
.
.SEE. 'THEMAnd Of an tpostle telling: people -.whowere to the word of God? foreign aid program for scarce; jitost ex tb.s> developed : No help from this quarter. !

don't be 3y. BEFORE YOU' PUY1Quick 'Ien! sinners to-pray through I I Why noL-speak as the,oracles of ,. .'Preti4ent.XemetS7 Latin Aattrio, Adrocated well over. by' tod:; Opy pert\%.d of ky'the fereigncapital .+land their Their bfl {ons haTe abroad been for foresting years t.I

for salvation. John 9:31: Matt 7:21; I 1 God I Pet. 4O1 Then and only then ,. .Jt.year ago.' It's'a ten y$&Lr Is,benig ti'ms4.lbiLgt'th.: larestmtnts at home Are too'
Acts ::!:16; I Peter. 3:21. 'will the division in the religious project with a minimum cost people-can't l read or'write.oehrotthe'elimats uncertain. Government* are

Of an apostle telling one who inquired world be healed earmarked at |100 bilKon. Is tropIcaL too onstable. Currencies ftoe-

'about-whaf to do to be saved K. E. Thomas Cuba ha canted the Administration Thisleave Latin Americans tests too much. '

U/CP 'RS' &ECT1PICAL that God had predestinated his Ph. 938-2091. great concern tinea with, little- .ambition' to What about the prints In*
,temal destiny before foundation 1861 when the'Pr s&d.at took get op and'go! restore Are they backing the '
ujSUPPL/fS of the world II Peter 1:10 Acts office. Castro heads the. first Onlr. one man in four thousand Alliance? Net so you: can
Communist ia the i* a, trained technician. or notice. Only $IH million out
.1 2:40; Phil 2:12; Matt. 7:21; Jas. I FILE'GUIDES government |
professional
a engineer.
World not helped to power IT our of a needed >$400 million has
1:22-25. the Red Army. eoonttj,,we bsl4! iilled pro been inrested by private capital -j
Of an instrument of music being "A Z" 7 in Ltd.America in the '
to How can we Veep the rest ... j j1aJt.
used in the New Testament. Church of Latin America: from Joining two jars
Eph. 5:19; CoL 3:161 Cor 14:15. JASPER .NEWS this parade to the Kremlin I W. seem'to be the only ones .
"A Pastor" the Paster of a that the Latin Americans can
or
t Of The designer of the Alliance ; ..
count on. In the pa tyear,we' !'
Cat! feel >that money can do Latia AmeH- J .
haTe famished {
as a .
it. jobs
Money for new new '
with .
,',=;r plants and factories, mechanized can countries tlJ.l6ftQO,
i .1 .farm, 'modern schools, 000 $118,000.000 ewer our

FILMS 'I low cost'boning, sttper-high- annual pledge. (.
ways and the. like. ,Adrocates Has there been Any pr g*
-Strong as a tiger! No 3-plow I tractor outworks'-_ .. of ,the-'A.l1fance..are sore that res I Not according. :.
'
director of '
.' > -when these take bold Teodoro Uoccoso,
this MF 35 diesel with. Multi-Power and Ferguson Latin American projectt republic will the Alliance. In fact, there*';
"
System! Now livelier than ever-with 12 forward _' emerge AS. strong,'aggressive A been so little aeeompHshed Me*
ordered
f esIosaLipr"eTefr that Uoscoso
democracies,well'able to resist 180 people.
Developed Red cubTcrxion. La t f'American eaantries office staff not to celebrate
speeds shift on-tho-go and differential 1 lock
a new countries the first anarrersary of the
Some of the more enthasi are on. crop: for the

to stop wheel spinning in slick going. Still the:' astie backer of the AHianre, most park They sell coffee or AJ1iaDu.At present the Affiance for
call it a Marshall Plan for sugar or banana abroad.
.Latin America.Howerer,when Prices of these crops hare Progress is turning Into a $lG
world's best-selling tractor-by far. (No wonder NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE-
you compare Europe afterWorld been fsttiagjn world markets. billion>> fiAseo. We are proriding -

all the others "me-too it.) Have tried the War II with the banana But the prices'; the tools cadaacHaefr' practically all the fund to>
you '. FULL make the plan work bat there
BLACK AND WHITE OR COLOR and coffee republic sooth of that Latin Americans .
New MF 35? Stop. in today! us, there' a world of dif neJl torvodernize here has been no progress.
%' SLIDES OR PICTURES ference.'Europe. What's the solution Frank

had a good balance Fana&,sod.l4borer* make 1y.'J'OU' reporter donu'knoll
Your MASSEY-FERGUSON Deafer iff fc. A F&u F.rSale: <.. ; of industry. and a agriealtcre about tea sinter art 'hour.'The W. want to help tM ,& _
-P.oid firm 35 m.m. Color Rim Oth r FilmBingYowrRe1Ji before the war. When the aomaal lneomdt''onbr270' a Americana as much as we eaa,
,.
'dont want to5ie
; and cerUfaity
ghfinr'waover, Marshall yesK With the population riicg *- wm .
ALBRTTTON' ,. -Plan money and tool planted abytsr than anywhere else .any DON JAtm American..
I \ vr "" ,
BROS. : : . ., aew crop,cult' the bombed i* Up world; saomal, income zf- tint te "qt1Rf!
: out plants .. Seto ies. Th*. W'" to .,..
Tractor : ..i : ; : ; tunes : Union oftfr bon to a t'BO 'Jrojr-'
Company fc pDEC J A S P E.R K'WSI plower flO Adalafe to had
-- .4 ,. ..= 1I1 7 rest-the : .
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".;\ FOl1K. .. ,-; -.I -- 'TTHE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA Friday April 12. 1963
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'Hamilton CountyCommissioners I H & W.B. Drew Gx, off.-S pp. 60301 I I Alex Mathis .........:.... 195.64- 'grooms parents Mr. and Mrs. Ken
I 4e' :J RS et je1u f" : II Gen. Office Equipment Co., !j I Sherwood Miller .......... 298.59 ;: neth G. Wood of Jasper L/CpL
office supplies ............ 24.54 !j I Earnest Ponds ............ 97.04 Kenneth G. Wood Jr. (Pete) is sexy
Published Every Friday Hill Mfg. Co., Janitor supp. 78.75. Hilton Westberry ........ 219.44 ing with the U. S. Marine Corps
Second Class Postage Paid Florida i John McCormick, coroner fee 3.20 Harold Hysmith. .......... 211.04Dewey'Tbmlinson U9tt. fbBtIdA and is going to be stationed at Okiin
Jasper.
,. at r (Continued From Page 1) I Julian C. Wood, civil def. exp. !92.81 ........ 183.70 for short of
a time.
Subscriptions Strictly in Advance City-of Jasper utilities. .. 15.55 John Ponds .............. 100.04 away period We-
.$3.00 in Hamilton $4.00 Outside Mrs. James Royals ...... 10.00 Florida Power Corp.----- SJ25, Robert Culbreth .........197.24 I JESS D wish the young couple the best of
County Of1 County Mrs. Roscoe Cooper ...... 15.00 H&W.B Drew Co., o$. equpt..131.12Xerox ,Virgil Williams .......... 19L04 t I 'luck ever in the future.
Cards of Thanks . . Jimmie Gandy ............ 10.00 :
$100'MinimumTelephone ( orp., photo supplies 207.88 Randolph Turner: .......... 11.54 ) Mrs. Elton dribbs of Jasper Fla.j -- -- -
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Dallas dark ............ 12.00
2r6331 Lanier Co. maintenance agreement Emery Grantham ........ 165.35
SYcamore jj ; ;wishes to
the of
.......... 12.00 I announce marriage WEDDING INVITATIONS Ik.-
Bessie HoCoway .
..
Thermofax machine 47.00 Ruben Daniels ..... 205.54
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Editors and.Publishers ....... .1. her sister Miss Shirley Jestes to best is too for
Ehlert. Mrs Ruby Radford 15.00 Thelma Lewis fees & refund 50.47F. Doyle L. Grantham ...... 215.54 none good our
Rance A Andrew SaL &: Exp County Kenneth Tuten Tax Assessor L/CpI. Kenneth G. Wood Jr. (Pete) I customer Our prices are com-,
...... .......... .304.60c..A. I Viola Whitfield (Cook) ...103.97 both of Fla. The
Agent Commissions .........356.70 I Pete Register ............ 16&35 Jasper young petitfre. See our sample book at-
Avriett SaL County Atty. 59.00 :Char. Rhoden Sheriff's Costs 282.53Ham. Bill B. Norris ............ 220.04Russell I bride is making her home with the THE JASPER NEWS

Salary County CommissionersAaron Co. Bank, March Exch 10.22 I White ............ 102,77
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..... 117.50 -
. You And Your School . I [ Grover Hogan Wheeler .......... 10057 Dan Braswell, T. C. Comm. 584.33J. f Jessie Bishop ............ 47.60 I -------- :
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.. O. Burch Co., supplies 4.63 Buck Reeves .. 47.60
Jack VInson ........ 015.47Lawton
by M L Powell. Principal Jasper Schools'SCHOOL I McCulley U,,..." 103.97 Manning's Equipment ...... 13.95- : Federal Resrve Bank: W. H. *. I BE WISEProtect :
Guy McGhin .. ...... 112.77 Western Union service sheriff 2.74 I First Quarter ............ 613.60 ,
Isaac Chandler Jr. Exp. CoL Co. Sandlin Auto Parts fueL OH. 172.91 Colonial Life Ins. Co. April 12.00
BOND ISSUE TO BE I
Agent ... -. .......... ........ 75.00 Joseph P. Jones, Co. Indigent 15.00 Blue Cross Blue Shield April 126.50 Your Tobacco AgainstHAIL&WIND.
DISCUSSED AT JASPER Thelma Lewis SaL Mar. ....45330 Myrtise Green Co Indigent 10.00 Co Off. &: Employees Retirement
MEETINGFor Ann C Malpas SaL Sup. Jasper News advertising Fund Retirment March 160.911
< forms & ..... ...
supplies 164.45 Social Account Mar. 145.82
Regist ........ .... ... 193.00 Security
quite some time it has ,been provements as may be listed in the Margaret Register SaL Sect. to W.T. Edwards T-B Hosp. Mar 193.75: iSuwannee Store Groc. Camp 214.23A.

our constant aim and purpose to bond issue. County Agent ..U.-...- '. 23.09 . Levin & Son Prisoners Supp. 1.29 :
sell our people on the idea and need I There will be a special meeting of Wylma B. White SaL & Exp Home COUNTY LIBRARY FUND Hubert Lashley Fish & Groc, 830
for providing better school plant intereested citizens on this matter I>elTl. Agent ......- .... 256.77 Blanche Deas, salary. Mar. 145.49 Kayo's Drug Store Drugs Camp j ,
facilities for the in the Jasper High School Audi Ethel G. Dedge Sal. Sect to Home Ken. Wood salary, March .. 15.00 Prisoners .................. 6.75 t BY INSURING WITHFARM
r I juniior and senior torium 18 at Dem. Agent .............. 69.28 Nancy Taylor salary, March 65.25. Home Gas Co. Gas. ........ 51.20 1 j -
on Thursday April
O O. Edwards Sal. Asst. St. Retirement fjund' March -... 6.30' Fla. Power Corp. Utlities .. 68.38 :
ti I high in school Several pupils 8:00 p.m. We would especially like I Attorney _................... 8.93 Social Security .u....... 5.71 No. Fla. Telephone Co Ph. .. 14,91. I
Jasper. to invite and have people from allover Wm. Randall Slaughter SaL State Florida State University Film Western Auto Store Supp. .... 4,10* BUREAU MUTUAL

s months ago we the"county to attend this meet- Attorney ..... .. .- -..._ 16.56 Rental .. .J)-.- ....... 1L05 The J.N. Bray Co. Supp. Camp j
went before the ting This is no longer just a Jasper Eva Akins Sal. Sect to Circuit Collier MacMm3lfLibrary\ Div. House .................... 14.211| INSURANCE '
k J Board of Public program; it now becomes at county Judge ... ........26.79 : Books -.. ..... .-7.... ....... 40.35 !I The J O. Burch Co. Supp .. 134.8: < COMP ry. i
Instruction of the wide affair We need and would like N. H. Williams SaL Yard upKeep Publishers Central Bureau I I E. C. Browne Co. Supp: ... 19.39t,

[county and asked :to have the support from every section -1 : .... .. -_............ 41.57 Books -- ? -. 101.84''King Hardware Furniture Co. ;, For Details Call Wilmer I.S I.
I for the privilege of the county It is never easyto Addie Mae Smith Sal. Clerk T. C. Dobbs Brothers Library Binding Co I Supplies ............... 2043"!" Deas WE8-2281
I of establishing a I I accomplish an undertaking of Office .................... 73.97 Bindery .. ...-- .. .. 79.94 Shands & Baker Inc. RoadMateriab I,
(committee to Kenneth Daniels SaL & Ratliff Motor Co. BookmobileExpense ..............- 117.04 ; -
this
I magnitude. It will take constant Expense .. :.......... 56.90 I Vulcan Materials Co. Road M"*. -' .
this .. < ,
study problem. The I County Service Officers 150.97, (
the request effort and work: from now until Goria Jean McGauley Sal. Clerk T. No. Fla. Telephone Co. Ph. (Pipe) ...................... 906.80 : % Half Pints fa: ; .fPAlll ;
was granted committee was established -j;;; the bond issue is successfully A. Office ...... .... 82.07 Libary ...................... 8.50 I Keenan Welding Supplies 33 83 I II ,J( : S
and has met several passed if the children: of Jasper Wm. Kyser, Salary, Vet. .. 482.65 Fla.' Power Corp Utilities .... 7.44 Bond Howell Lumber Co. 8.32
times to study this problem. The 'I and Hamilton county" are to have Charlie Goolsby. janitor .,... 180.60 . I Lewis Lumber Co. ..... 39.22 Adults as wen as children
other school communities of the I the educational facilities to which Walter H. Davis maintenance 23.09 FINE & FORFEITURE FUND Roland Truck &: Equipment Co. Inc need the
county were also granted the privilege i they" are justly entitled. We would Julian Wood. Civil Def. Dir. 112.77 John H, McCormick County I Intall of Marion Dump on healthful
of setting up' a, committee to like very much to see every civic Expense Co. Commissioner: Judge's Fees . .. .... 457.50 I county truck. .... 740.0'1M. r quallities which milk and
study the needs in those respectiveareas I professional ,and fraternal organiza Aaron Hogan .............. 6.25 John H. McCormick Juvenile D. Moody &: Sons Inc. Payment related food products
We understand that this has tion in the county come to the aid Grover Wheeler .......':.. 6.25 Judge's Compensation ... '. 70.00 on Dragline ........... 792.00
been done in at least one of the I of and endorse andT support this Jack Vinson .............. 6.25 Joseph P. Holloman Juvenile- Toole's Service Station Gas. 10.75 rossess. Use our fresh
other school communities and that I school improvement program. We Guy McGhin ............".. 6.25 Counselor's Compensation 49.27 Rowland Truck Eqp. Co. Parts & milk day.
certain recommendations have are asking this for the benefit of the Lawton McCulley ......... 6.25 Thelma: Lewis Criminal Cost 8.10 Labor ..................- 243.16 every
Roundtree & Son FJuneral Home .
County Officers & Employees Valdosta Generator & Starter Ser. I
been made for the of children and not for ourselves. We
improvement I Retirement Fund .-....... 142.49 Transportation Expense Funeral Parts and labor ..... .. .. .. 2610 !
that school plant. personally feel that we would be exceedingly Exp. Charlie Thomas ..... 65.00
Social Security, March ...... 72.27 t Use Our
Otties Brown Parts 9.26
Motors '

we We can. have do done in presenting just about this all problem that I I of our dereltft dUty (t lv etdld JOe 'performance not do. Colonial Blue Cross Life Blue Ins.Shield Co. April, Apr...59.80 3.00 Pineview Autopsy Gener......Hospital.........Exp.... 25.00 Re: Lewis Jasper Motor Auto Parts Co. Purchase.........of. 33 two. 0 Quick Drive-In ;

to the Board and to the people everything; in our power to see to it Withholding, 1st Quarter .. 875.10Bud Charlie Rhoden Juvenile court 111
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and it is about time for the peopleto :that these improvements in buildings Bullard, rent Health Clinicat Expense 2.90 I Motor Co. Parts 11.25
decide if these school improve- I and equipment be provided.We White Springs ........ 20.00 I Thelma Lewis Reed Conv. .... 3.25 Gulf Oil Products Gas &' oil 422 5.9 -=- ON -
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ments throughout the county are do hope that a special effort Mallory Tuten, rent colored! Home Gas Co. Gas Jail 58.40 Cason Adams Gas *...... 2.83 PURE SWEET
to become realities.By will be made to nave a large audi- County Agent's Office .. 25.00, I Orkin Exterminating Co., Pest I George Webb Chain Saw Parts &: 1 : or the active tyke ,
Control Jail ................ 8.00 >
State legal regulations it is ence present for this special Thursday State Treasurer,Indigent Hasp. City of Jasper,Utilities .....13.35 Repairs ........ .......... 40.3 Who runs like a rabbit MILK
mandatory that 25 percent of the Evening meeting. We ,hope to service, 2nd quarter, 1963 987.50 I FJa. Power Corp. Utlities 47.12 W. G. D. Chevrolet Parts ...17.76 Fresh milk and cream and other
qualified! electors (registered lay the ground work for presenting St. Treas., contrib.. Mar. ...1013.91 Sapp's Service Station Tire
C A. Avriett Fees Comm. healthful habit.
Jones Ins. Agcy., Bond Ins. 10.00F Conv. &. Repair ................... 3.00 Is a Dairy Productsgasoline
voters) in a county sign a petition the petition to the people. 'This'will on Bond Est ... .. .. .... 133.95Charlie -
asking the Board of Public Instruction require real 1 work some B. Harrell, Ins on money Rhoden Sheriffs Cost & Sandlin Auto Parts Accessories
some and securities in Clerk's off 52.50 ...... .1 Equip ................... 390.58
to can for a bond election. leg work- if you please. At this Feeding Prisoners 1649.19Western
Upon preparation, properly presented meeting the.torch will be passed to City" of Jasper water corm at Auto Store Supp. Jail 7.44 ,
new colored co. agent off. 38.80 1
with the required number of the people at large. Here will be mIl Mfg. Co. Janitor Supp 30.00 t
Fla. Power Ct. 1Is.col. co. :Jasper Laundry Jail. 21.96
qualified petitioners the Board will determined whether there is real agent's office .'. .... 95.251 i I Co. Off. & Employees Retire"1Fund Vft
call for bond election under the interest on the part of the people in I Bowen Supply Co., office U w fl n nEE LiEf KilRlIiCAiSH
sup. 1.531 I ...................... 10.68
legal statutes of the state. In the I providing essential school plant services Social Security Acct .........1.93 t t tf
bond election only qualified freeholders for the children sJsper and ; ? f i. CARR rx liE
will be permitted to vote. Iin providing for improvements to I SALARY ROAD EMPLOYEES e FFi I
They will decide the issue. the other schools of 1 he county. 4 O Neal Goolsbt.C-..,...*-* 204.04 i1S os4t IN City U/tSP.EJRi Ft*:
The preliminary technical details to" W. S.'Jtfckson f.r..ri83.70
These children belong the peopleof I ...
have been arranged and we are Jasper and Hamilton County and
ready for the petition to be circulated the obligations of meeting their 4
asking the County Board of educational needs belong to the
Public Instruction to call a bond t!]I people of Jasper and ,Hamilton .

election not to exceed $500,000.001 I County.i I We trust that the people of r When pIckup counts ,now at an all-time high in anti.knockqua- (.

for constructing and equipping a j:the county will meet this challenge ity! ; csowN-Standard's "regular," now stepped-up ,'. ".
new junior and senior high school |I with the same interest and sincerity 4x1. I STANDARD to boost car's performance cut :
plant in Jasper and making other I in which it' is presented. > STANDS OUT your your driving': +;- .

such improvements as may bej I I I I ', costs; ECONOMY CROWN popular dollar-stretcher ,
needed and provided for in other : :' _._ Heavy traffic;crowded schedules Dixie's life- that supplies all the power many cars can use-and \' tat

schools throughout the county. This ADVERTISINGPAYSIN on-wheels today. And that's where your_car shinesif a saving. Whatever you drive, stop at Standard ,

would school lunch specifically room for include the Jennings a new you use any of these dependable Standard gaso- for, long-running gasolines and Standard service!

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SIX THE JASPER NEW JASPER FLORIDA' Friday April 12, 1963MinutesMeeting .

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1 .. present: JoJtmny-Butlex.Jfice Chairman Total Receipts, from 'State" THOMAS .
EiwanisHears WIGGINS
\ ., Allen B .Tyre Frank Matte : Sources / ... ." 64.940,01 I. HamiltonSoilatigKJ .. Sportsman,Club,. !I i iIOOU"'LI'.aGt

RmrBfof Public ':i. '5 t dews arid'superin '- iLt i!Total Sources Recejjptsfrb 7!-tJ:J.:. Local..Ai J: j.1sud AboiltJ Sttii Rhfe e CoM uril1e ) jMeetins: :?:Moa tey: I : .' COURSE aA.V'


s Instr n =:\ 1 Sent., 5tT'J ft J' TotaiyB gJfKff.( :.1387.9 6Qe Kiver P Wicts r? mi ,oPAtJLtiIl Nt'jJ.ht.:"'b(1', r,. .1It,. .

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i 1'Jaspet .The meeting-openetj witl praye.i I r Otal, 20&$? .3 ".
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,Florida by Mr. id'b Ws r Everybody, ,in ;Hamaton County : 1 f;(,oril The a Han :I lton.JCbtoty 4'"v
The :t r.e 1' Total Administration .. 1, 50.90 4 .Spoirtman.
1APdt.2;Z .1963 u. wit: "have more money in their dub,will mfeet ,
The Board 'e& Public Instruction monthfollows ot. p pas Total-Instrnct3oa: if a tf 50.52649 Mopday night April
pockets" as a result of the efforts Transfers in tobacco acreage '15 7:30 1&the li
} of Hamilton Count: met today In : .:?c: j IGRECEIKrSfandBALANCES- Total Operation of,Elanf. ... 6,056.96. of the Suwannee River Authority'Ihat's have in a few cases, brought abouta School at Cafeteria.Jasper Elementary
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Total Maintenance
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Robarts of need for
-- n Services 5,748.32 what. ,Harry more irrigation water.
Total Auxiliary
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ltq! fit ft_ Total Fixed Charges 334.99 Live Oak the... Authority's executive -To meet this need irrigation pits Everyone interested in the Fresh .

Total Capital Outlay ....... 51.50 secretary, ,told members of the have been enlarged for Hubert I Water Fish and Game laws of this I.I.I I. :
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"Public Announcements Total Debt Service .'. 27,066.90 Jasper Kiwanis Club when he spoke Downing and Frank Henderson. county are urged to attend this _____________________

Total Cash and Reserves 102545.50 before them at the Triangle Res- There will be two more enlargements meeting. There will be a discus-I

., -" j Gearing Accounts 12192.81 taurant last week. one each for Jerry Smith sion on the rules and I _
IN COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT In the Circuit Court of Hamilton Grand total .. ....... 206,625.31 "The Suwannee River' Authorityis and George Roberson. regulationsof
n .. IN AND FOR County. FloridA, 1 will,sell the property 1 I A motion was made by :Mr. Stor- the Hunting season and next I wi
HAMILITON COUNTY FLA.In situated<0a:,H .l 1iltoD County, important to every person in Other ASCS reserviors have beenfinished fall and whether or not to have !
A : Florida,.deacrtbeA.4e mant, seconded by \!r. Matthews,
Probate Sitting: Hamilton County: because what we for J. 'tl? Crews Maurice
7N' ; ESTATE OF* C I Lot No. -29 otRCphens S/D'of the and carried that.this 'statement. be a staggered day hunting ,season. .
t.-J.nnta recorded in are doing will into every Bennett and Lee Erixton ail the
s L UI J. NORTON. D *MCd Town r ( : put money
adopted.Mr.
., NOTICE OF FILING PETITION I plat book no. 1 current public one of pockets," Robarts Frank Smith place near Genoa. AH members
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE: I record of Hamilton County, Fieri- your I are urged to attend I i I
NOTICE hereby given that 1 have I da: also known and described as Reid presented a check from said Questions have been asked about I!and new members will be welcome.

tiled of the my estate final of returns WILLIAM as Executrix J. NORTON of Lot the 29.t Block wn' f.J'2: of uhrogs Stephens per said S/D the Hamilton County Bank in the "To try to Wrapit up into one Mr. Conrad's dragline working just Everyone is invited to attend. 5
emont of 52,000.00 for interest ear- I I
deceased; that I have filed my plat; :-i<" gr Total sentence we are working to develop west o fhighway 41 in Jasper. J. G. I
ned ,from Time Deposits. The
petition for final discharge* and I t nuMi J ai/V; Jptb highest and '
that on April'18th. 163. I will applr door' of the -Hamilton'County Court interest earned to date from Time and publize the Suwannee Ri- Gibbs is having a small reservior
to the Hon. John' H. McCortnlck.: best bidder forocaslt, at the South Deposits is $24,118.74.The ver and the surrounding counties. dug. It win provide irrigation water would be delivered to White Springs I I

Florida County Judge for lamuaqval! >f:Hamilton' of said County final 11:00 IfouIIe! a.m 1q.,,.and- \" Z.pO'p.m.. ., lor141a., on April-betweea.%.". transportation report for the This p.Jblicity..ain bring in more I for garden and truck crops. The I I and Jasper April the !h.for 15 I I

return and for an order of final 1963. *. '' ', J / tri sixth month of school was given in tourists, morel? vacationers more land can now be farmed and mos= Iponds. The bass commonly known

cf William::Executrix Norton, deceased.of the Will 'THELMA Circuit" Court' LEWIS. CIrk detail- by Mr. Reid. weekend campers more boaters quitos win be eliminated: .1''as trout will complet 'the.stocking r r-

This March 15th 1X3 ::.0< y9Alfce Jones _I A motion was made.by Mr. Tyree and more permanent residents. Marshall Roberson did very good of shellcra'ckers and !bream made
MARGARET, ANN WOMACK -i tt' Duty Clerk seconded by Mr. Matthews. and work these mentioned last fall. ,:': *; .* -
Exeoartlx: of Taut Will and L, n This win mean: money to every one on jobs I

1 Tectttment, deceaned.of William' .J. Norton Arthur Court Seal T. Boon} *;*and Jr.' > Maude carried Havener that the resignation..a teacher,'of in Mrs the of you because. these. visitors bringin above. ---- '--f._.., '. f I.son ot Mr. spa lens Frank S.
WilliamGtithrW
Mar 22, 29. April 5. 12 bv William 102 Florida,Tltl* IN CIRCUIT COURT. Jacksonville 2. Florida new being brought in. be turned to engineer James INSURANCEFire
CIRCUIT ATTORNEYS'FOR'puAINT1FF: ceptedL out money over type operator coarse At The Southeastern
THIRD IN AND JUDICIAL FOR HAMILTON April 12 1963 .: ,.. ; A motion was made by Mr. Matthews Otherwise the. i residents are merely Norris, for review this week. A AUTO Signal School, Fort Gordon.

COUNTY. FLORIDA 1> seconded by Mr. Tyree and,! trading the. same money back design an dcost estimate will be I Hall. CasualtyCall Ga, Wiggins completed basic com-
BRADFORD STRICKLAND and carried, that the resignation of forth" said. consideration ,
Plaintiff NOTICEOJl'lJ.EGISLATION and he made for Mr. Tyree's bat
Gordon.
training, at Fort The
TO WHOM.H MAY .CONCERN: Notice James E. Jennings Principal of that the work 792-2921 <. ,
vn- ___ I I He said industrial developmentis PresentlY- seems :
nANDOl.PII 8TRICKLA\D jiy n"of.*"intention toanpJv. the J., R. E. Lee High School be i 113year old soldier is:;$.1961 graduate -
single, et at. t "- ,btt "f' vthepassage" accepted, effective at the end of not the Authority's primary purpose can be dbne at .a reasonable cost. Jones 'Insurance Agency of'White. Spring High. [. School.
Defendants ? '. Florida .- of since industry can best be Another dike problem will be surveyed "
IN THE NAME AND BY"'THE a1l '\\.Ct..' ounty,tour this term.A -
AUTHORITY OF THE. .STATE OF mLs&iOn t tx n.county to motion was made by Mr. Matthews I'I promoted on a local basis while for Stafford Seal !,

FLORIDA TOt '. RANDOLPH: )3IiTRJtKI D.I mooie.-use:s 'i at t tl ,D'county ary-road for seconded by Mr. Stormant. promotion of the entire Suwannee A second survey will be made for '

Single whose residence Is Echols pa.vthg 1 $ "R, In.a.per..' and carried, the the resignation River can only be. handled on an a dam between John L, Butler and
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Office County address Georgia is Jasp7f ancL {,vwbos F1e> rltr'a...Po8t. R. certain.rf'pnlng .Irprings.: ,public and i ito of Miss Linda Fincaimon a teacherin I I area-wide basis as the Authorityis I Jim Bennett. The first survey thawed WE HAVE

F.IX, ROY STRICKLAND, and wife schools 'and put ing to -be the Jasper High School be accepted doing. that not enough water could be
LULA STRICKLAND wkx:>i"<'e 'residence selectedby the county commissioners effective at the end of this for 8 of tobacco "
recommended tnmtttf state road "But bit of publicity we backed up acres
Is Echols County.. Georgia term.A every; ,.... ALL SIZES
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and whose Post Office address fsR.FJ departmentt.ttk4o..rhepaving. receive in northern newspapers and land. Other places on the branch .
>., Jasper Florida; CURTIR C. A. AVrfett; X3ortty Attorney request fo"- Professional Leaveof ... ,-
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be .This tobacco acreage -
will checked.
STRICKLAND and wife RUBY April laflS.j.Jf./May.Z: 1963 Absence from June 24 until magazines will help the over-all industrial ? ? .

STRICKLAND, whose residence{ is : August 16, 1963 to attend a sum- development," he added. is much to large for an ordinary -I OF
Echols County Georgia, and Post xoi-CEl ;'&r.iSLATION
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Office address n.F.D,, Jasper Flori-I 6 mer science institute was received j Robarts listed past accomplishments irrigation pit. Another dam ,4'
da; RALPH STRICKLAND and wife. TO WJIQM' :',tT flKAY CONCERN: from L. P Allison. A. motion was of the Authority, such as site was checked for Marvin Selph.
JUANITA STRICKLAND whose residence -, 'f'0. '**41& hereby given I !
and address is Crystal River of later : da S t e'.J"3 Session made by Mr. Stormant, seconded boat ramps a dam, East Pass I It appears that a long dam might ;
Florida; BETTY JEAN CARTER and of'b; : 1Atgisla.ture: for by Mr. Matthews and,carried, that 1 I channel at the river mouth leaseson back up a few' acres of water.If. FILMS
husband. EDWIN CARTER whose nAsagek 'tt&G the substance re- .
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be gran.te4'ufl'\,
this leave ,
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residence and address Is Lake City la<<"A: ,aulhoriiing theboard"t recommendationsand springs, and flood and erosion so the rather high cost would probably -
Florida; SHIRLEY ANN HENDER : p mtssioner. of The following control He listed such future objectives be justified to water 7 or 8
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HaJftnt 1q iI# Coultt7'equPJDe of trustees
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SON and husband ALTON HEND nomniations f&xftl :
ERSON whose residence and ad- '/ "*d J. X 'W;:for,' improvement relative to re-appoiutjnent of instructional -I I as West Pass channel at acres. The acreage here is also too .

drees A is sworn Statenville.bill of Georgia complaint: having '. I cemetertMthoOJ*ang ;friutin4.eriapce v grounds of!,public and personneUvesejreceived the river mouth, a dam at EUaville much for a dug pit.

been filed in this Court against similar.. :' ,-jTwblkxf:l _*s.' -roads con- Jennings High SctajftL -'Re-an-- : linking of the Suwannee and St. Maybe it is not too late to com- ': Also Polaroid
the relief therein being sought I u ("tine1iMi ,f"bJt ; tta<:e80 state "
you. W. .
Quieting Title and Other Relief. ,You or county highway stem: pointed for 63, 64 ?Jerm/ftJ. Johns' Rivers 'into a cross-state ment on the Jennings F. F. A. .-. .
are required to answer said' complaint c. A. krietr; Cauatr Attorney DeVane principal: r $fte Blair, scenic waterway, development of Father and Son Banquet. The OpenIng j5 :
on or before April 29th.: 1963 April lLl. !r2 and" ay 2 1963 I Barbara Pearman DoftfraJjeyane FLASH BULBS ENLARGING
parks and springs and a thorough by the Officers ,especially -
Ceremony
furnishing to C. A. Avriett, Jasper .. AHerman .
Florida Plaintiff's Attorney, a copythereof : If_ ,_ ............ I Billy Blair and HildaT advertising program.He the president was '
else decree pro confesso will 70M\G CHANGES teachers Not re-at>pointed:Capitalo 24-hour Developing
be entered against you. .PUBLIC tllBARING Kyser Carol Blair and Margaret said the Authority is presently -Ily. It was carried out master-I
WITNESS my hand and the official with several forcefully. This writer
seal of this Court at Jasper Florida, A public Hearing will be held be- Davis. dickering engineering
this 22nd day of March A. D. 1963. fore the Jasper' Planning and Zon Jerry Jackson School Re- appointed firms, hoping ,to get an attractive -I claim to authority in.fch matters
Thelma Lewis. ing Board on Tuesday. April'23. 1963. for 196364 term, T. R. price on clearing and marking! but after having attended Wdrty or
Clerk Circuit CourtC. at 7:30 p-m..a.t.4beIaspeS City Hall.
A. Avriett. to conaj4tJ.,1te*c4>]JJ.gwtng, :, Small principal; Dorothy Cooke of the .Suwannee River channel forty of these eventsY)ptessions
Jasper.! Florida 1. Petition to erect a 'New Church William Small and Annie P. Roberson between Ellaville and Branford.I remain left the thought that here e SMper/ .Iletui
Mar. 29. April 5, 12. 19, 1963 Builduur in a Residential area i iI
Ironf' A lAcate.0! in Avenu7e teachers. is hoped the proposed dam at El was ari unusally good public; speaking iI
CaldwentSufV y' .il'lOth Jasper High School Re-aopoint lIt &* 2f.'cIt :
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT. and 3rd Street N. W. ment for the 1963-64 term M. L.Powell will make the river navigable potentialWord I
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THIRD JUDICIAL the
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to pleasure
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR HAMILTON your. pnncioal: Wendell Grace Whitqjjprings. It ,
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objection bass
to .this
COUNTY In Chancery petition r.-or: -aon r 5/objection<* / Faro'' /: ('4hf'a. Hare ETOeh- boats, Fish and Wildlife. Service- .,11" ffiat 0 __ _...: ,.. ," ... ;" )
PIONEERS Corporation.FINANCE COMPANY, a 2. 114.Petit LArife-j&Ai in-l! W''t'W'h1Iet Rom 5- block Icrt Jr Travis A. C.qrter.Billy R, An! exhibit for display at fairs -

Plaintiff. .. 1\.% ,with permission to park R-1A a house to Brewer and James B. Coe, teachersJ. ,will 'soon be completed, and the
EARNEST. his McLAIV vritn and and George RUTH M%KMeLAIN. West trailer Central on said Avenue lot located and 6th on R. E. Lee Him School Re- i|Authority will also be distributing ANYONE CAN 1 11

Stephen and ZIIU H. Stephen. hU. Street, S. W. Said trailer to be appointed- the 1963-64 term Ruby restaurant placemats, as part of t ..;,<
wife connected'to'\JtlIltW and occupied.' Jackson, Agnes Lavern Phillips;
the .
I ad'erti"nprbgt'aim
Defendants. I You must be _
present to voice Jones Charlie
your Gene Chandler, Cotie ,
NOTICE OF YALENotice objection .or non-objection to this. .and Robarts said,he has been send- : ., .'/". .
is hereby given that pur Harris Jr. Will Johnson ,
auant to a Final Decree of Fore- I petition LILLIAN REMBRY City Clerk. Maggie Lee Mitchell teachers. Not ing news releases and pictures to Drawing For Boat at Drawing; for Tin Lizzie at

closure: entered, in cause numbered! April 12, 19, 1963 re-apnointed Nick Johnson Jr. ,a mailing list trf some 300 newspa- WINi

.- and Janie Belle Brvan.'l1jte I pers and magazines throughout the Lang's Store'SAT, APRIL Tallahassee, See it on.chan276oopm. *
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Re-
School Win
these
Springs High ; country, nd increase
ainointed for '1963-64 term, L. P. efforts during,' the summer tourist

Allison, principal Laverne Pnrter'season. g .L" .' net 6 5:00 p.m. Friday May
teachers.Not )
and David M Blackwell.
. Sarah Louise "We must interest these touristsin in our
Sctlil+ HD1A0REGQ1CrC'MtiDOrrN1C RlIMr61ADD/A6iIRIt reappointed : .
as wtqw Keiser. Kathleen H. Friend and spending ,their vacations on the : ;:: HIIf'
:
w R'w+ax. J Suwannee and the i :
River( only
ta.1.fiY R Goldia Hanberry. ; way 3T
sAS QLi. Carver" High School, Re-ap- to do that is through their newspapers \U S KEDS'H58MTEST -f :

ncred for 1963-64 term Ella Mont- at home. in the Midwest, and < .: "

pomerv F3iih Rhodes. Dorothy East 'and in other parts of the '
Eunice WilTams : tea- : ;
Bryant and .
i South and Florida he said. "

Li. chor:. i 1 .He showed'the,Khvanians a clipping :;
Mr. Matt- ,
A motion was made by j .- .
: hews-seconded by Mr .Stormant from the Chicago Sun-Times "
recommend which had'carried. picture promoting .
and carried that these: : "
ations be accepted. [ the Suwannee River in its Sunday .' "
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A motion, was made by Mr. Matthews paper> '0 uy two days before. ij.t.....' '" '. I .,'-, '
Low Price $6.95. NIG$T,PHONE seconded by Mr. Tyree and Robarts .said}that by way of comparison 1 AS much fun as a boat :

,j3rrie: that the minutes of. the I the'-Chicago paper had a i

.PER, CYLIND \,. ","I,.,. !:R l : ': meeting of February, .,5, 1963,, be circulation of 665,000 while theUnion \ j r'
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CASH' ON DELiVitRyjk: !:: i I+ ';;' .;., .I" adopted. Times circulation is only
There being no further business
163000. according to latest available -
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the.meeting adjourned.
tlOLriO.rA fs figuresr:; '''f ds is how we must ..
i .Board of Public Instruction. _', reach"these'people,"' be'said. ,
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Johnny! *".Butler. Vice Chain::: .. .
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ATTEST: Harry T.Reid, Supt. NEGRO FARMERS

.2.6181 oRGANIZATION' I
FORM J. "
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.SY U.J HOLUOWAV I j .> .' ...;
,, Vocational
The Agriculture, Teacher -

O. O. Tucker and County

iti Pt-i Agent Isaa,Chandler Jr. have

been meeting with,adult farmers in
) J. an effort to help them improve their

P4: St. Petr3bu'tg: living condition on the farm. A ,'runs-' like. ,""r--a real carl'

group of farmers and housewives N :
.. ,. ;'. -
"!F -,. '
r in the Be
< IJ MBe Community took
.:
FLORID. : "Eternal Vigilance is the price I step to inqMteve that community "

.. of Liberty through OK uifza on. ,.
c. It was John Curran who made Tuesday night. April 2.1963 marked
t --= it's fun anytime this observation in 18 8. Then
the beginning of the Farmersand

at Redington Beach as now liberty was a cherished Homemakers Organization. At WIN A MDDtEWHEELER\ WIN A TIN LIZZIE!
property available to some and this meeting the follow officers
It's real fun'at the'
Billows.
overlooking
: # denied to others. I were elected:

\ the Gul ...Fv1I sized Jcitcbfaoftrtacnts& A -weakness of a. number of Community Chairman Rev. J. :M. Nothing to buy to enter our;Keds-contest! finest form rtransportation'yet: ,ourf leefJJu0t -

completely Ztihldfordlf" family. the nations of the world now I Herder'soQl. Chairman. Rev. Os- come in and.regiater.todeyjand:you footed U.S.;Keds.Tne/re the aII-wash;

Clos to bathing, shopping/racetracks: enjoying liberty; is the apathetic 'car Raynam; Secretary Mr: Daniel 4i 'may be the lucky) winner off/berf or'caralKwonderfu! shoes,'made with exclusive

i :a slghiSMlng golf/,end fin.'restau attitude toward what must be Mitchell; Assistant Secretary Mrs. And while you're here;'take.a look at the inner.comforts.and a smooth.smooth fit
'
t rants. Beautiful lylcept grounds, recognized as a serious threat to I Joyce M.Harmon; Treasurer, Mr. ..-. (

i I end white sandy Wadu Loviy this selfsame liberty. An aware ,.[Oliver Siler. ,

t COMPLETELY furnish.departments, ness of,this threat: is not enough !I The following committee were appointed -

i FURNEH D double occupancy, from 'there'mmt be an awakening of I I at this meeting: Home Improvement -
APMTM NT $40 to $59 k Committee Roster
per we the values and'principles which ;

I' $ for two contributed} so stroa y to the I|Springs, Chairman: Mrs, Lucinda

W..wll, VPjdk tf You UpTEUJHOMC birth of liberty the ,spirit and I i''Henderson Mrs. Saddle Fields Mrs
A WEEK ilrlh' War.ratlonJ jPeariine"Marshall!'
\! determination which has so
FOR TWO and I'I I Home Improvement Committee: .
J _t : r-Jai. gallantly seen and conquered ,
Oak Grove Chairman: Mrs. Joyce
.18AY t.JAN other cfimeeroGs. 'threats in thefcast. | *
.ir&YAc ,* .1ot. 'te : --**" % :IM. Harmon| ,.< ,
: '- e: ,' I The arL VocationalAgrfcultare -
I' .....JIfIt'. ;J"' : "incidentally Of County Agent
_. i Teacher;have been hold t
problems atte''io atieat' s C> > IIbeD' i
4. .. :'. ;a' JASPERLAUXDRir ling regular;.meetings with the farmers ,6fe.plM -A .sro8ttd< shot -PDDuIIr IGw-at Kegs.
I AI yoa dcpeai& CLE&tiroS. We In that community the first ... ties red. ..... <
351-522J Tuesday night of each month for
haTe the latest. !-tierv1e laundry
quite some time. The Idea of orgard
16813 GULF IOU1XYAKO forLANGS
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Bad cleaning facattfes; or,
'IHHHSTOM KACH zing the community grew if
aDd
you prefer we pick up
sims held find ;
ST. KTHSMflbS t. FLOtKJA deliver at,, JASPER IAU3O>RY previously to ways
to improve the community as a ,
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Old Testament Tovj whether*jouj' take11 it for credit.,.,f>r. Announce Plans, t + GS. Hahira Whips lCo tt'l\.g nrB. Hospital
I audit tit SctiOol-teacbers-and any >I s,1 : : New1si

r "B- i';:..-"'a.i i ".;..-,'':.1:.tc,., .,1|,:-"jiwHA /. ,1,1 other Board persons of Public under Instructon contract:: 'cap:;to.take the For 1963 Florid; .-.2. 2&NEWS 1'liS1: l Local Ball Team -:.', News :'and Notes \
1 1t '
r -'''''''':,'' .. .> 'i'4 :. '. .. I the Course for MrtXT'TKe'Class willmeet ; 'CaaatyiAsvnt Cbturan bPy *Xt Q (JPG.
.. .. :. .a I Folk FestivalThe j Burnett In Sunday Opener
1' '. rummy -Ray NeB .
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m v f.tt. .,--:-.ti....,..:,. :.: ,, J". for'3 hours oruTnignt a'week, i ,.< .., CATTLEMEN'SSHORT
for 16 weeks. If' arc Interested jibe f
r; "1-v > 1 you eleventh annual Florida sixth grade'class is very combination of hits'and errors dbURSE
f C Ul'Se.'in "Introduction To The in taking the course please contact sorry to know that Rickie Young
Folk Festival to be held May 3-4-5 in the seventh and eighth innings Members of Bloriia's ,
Old Testament" 'will be taught .in your minister or Mrs. J. A. Stephens at the Stephen Foster Memorial I. got hurt Friday. The 6th grade i iI enabled Hahira to defeat Jasper in rapidly-
I cattle! win
Jasper next fall if enough 'are Interested -- and give them your name here will be presented in seven I boys and girls were playing and growing Industry havethe 1[PATIENTS IX HOSPITAL NOW:
and the night of the week that programs opportunity to learn latest re-
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In,taking the Course. It will with than .Rickie and Cecil HiUhouse: ran into
be an Extension Course under 'the would suit you best. We would very more 2,000 persons each other. Rickie' eye looks aw- search develop cisitsfcand discuss Mrs Mary Cone ..
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appearing on the stage in the tthree !I their problems XZth Annual tl Mrs.! Unnie McCaK
auspices of North Florida Junior much like to know by early in the day period. ,ML a'I i jtha
summer how many people would I Beef Cattle Shor Course on the Virgil Williams .
College and taught by Dr. James Plans for the colorful The sixth grade sure does miss I '
O:_ be interested in taking the'course so event were University of Ftorida'campus: here Mrs. Lomie Brown
Moore Jr. Directors of the Even announced Thelma I Mrs. Rodgers. but we welcome v v
by A.
ing Division. The please contact your Minister or Boltin Mrs. Blair back. 1I Anril 1S-20. Mrs. Elsie Scaff % '
1 course may be special events director at the 1i ''
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taken for 3 semester hours, college Mrs. Stephens right away. ter Memorial, who said that As the old saying is: April t1 i More than 600 livestock producers Will McDonald n
Mrs. Eva
I -credit, ,or it may. be audited The The Jasper Ministerial Alliance folk dancing singing and F05-I' Showers bring May flowers. are expected to attend as this is Rozier .
cost of the will be Just t one of the major Mrs. Louise Crews
. course : $1630 other features will be about everyone is helping I short. courses of-
a shady outdoorstage |'.set tobacco plants this season. fered in Florida Gloria Gandy (cot) .

EV nUILDING READ.Y' FQRNrF.JUNIOR [ overlookingthe '.. j The Hamilton County Speaking ,Ounha. lie&1 pf .the, Animal KlfcaJwnsend, (col.) JIt' '..
wu aer.y # r historic-Suwannee.. ,lime. *? : ti--; __ ; lh'\ : : 'WiffieFae Smith fcoLP .
: The pricipal propose: of'the fes Contest "was held Friday, at, 'Science' DeParttnetifexplains thatF1orida.'s .
the opening of the Twin Rivera '. '
game Jack
Johnson (coL
COLLEGE HOMECOMING 4:00. [ )
cattle
tival. Miss Boltin said, "to keep industry is growing "
1
Soon will all be League at Jasper last Sunday Matilda Robinson( cot) ... ;
we hearing Here ;
__ flourshing the traditional expressions : by leaps and, bounds..and now\ .
i i j ? which reflect life as our fore- Comes Peter Cotton Tail, hopping afternoon on a raw damp day that ranks 17th in the nation. Florida Julia Mae Jackson (col)' ; t
iF:. ''' '. down the Bunny Trail felt more like'winter than the baseball ; Emmanuel Smith (coLj.Leroy I
_, fathers lived it in Florida in the is second only1tq: :Mississippi! in .
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t United States and in other countries Becase Easter is on its"way.. I, season. I i I'I |,beef production In the S uih. ;,' Cuyler (coL) ) : ..:: '

t :l. from which our people. have School rooms are gettting hot and 'I The score was tied 5-5 until the i j i, "This y 'a't's' program. Dr. Cun- PATIENTS DISCHARGED',: .lt"'. .
come." dull now that summer is coming. start of the seventh inning. Hamm ha says. will be:'devoted to the SINCE LAST WEEK: "" '. '

Thousands of. Floridians and Everyone I know are itching to I came in to pitch for Hahira in the''II feeding marketing; and financial Mrs. Marie Goolsby 1,

c w Georgians as wen as tourists from get out and play now. I fifth inning and Jasper made no1 I!:problems of the,-catiletindt ry." Warren Tayior '. :; -,

many states descend on this small Revival is being held at the.runs, or even threatened after that:cOne' session will!\. be'deyibted, to the i Lillian Williams (cot) .. .
community the first week-end in I His control and speed were superb. '
Assembly of God Church. Bro. Don problem of transprtting/'cotai.' Each Bobby Lammons

May each year to participate in the Thomas is the preacher. Also last Pitching for Jasper were E. ,of the sessiqns ield .during the 3- > Virginia Speight (coL) .

many events or to watch the high- Friday night the gospel sing was Brack Bill Sapp and Jim Adams.Other day short course will/ beg followed II i Albert Jones '

ly diversified series of programs. held. They had some good old players for Jasper were Les I by a question, and answer period I Essie Curry (cot) :1
From a small beginning the festi- Rhoden. Bob Griggs.'B. Beck Billy I .
gospel singing and afterwards refreshments for the benefit prbdu val has grown over the years into .. Grantham Pat Pennington W. : ; '
f'
Martha McCaU .
of Florida's and Grace. The --1.L.t .. .
one major Springtime IDeas W. score by
a I .
Mrs. Barbara Pearman invites Kib Burnett ;
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entertainment events .and W.. Grace. I II II "
!IDeas
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all Junior to attend junior choir < Mrs. .Candace King
Pictured above is the newly constructed i door on the* front:*vArt*>attractive t Costumed participants from doz- practice. each Wednesday. She has A practice session' is called for .
Administration ens of EJlorid* cities*,towns and this Saturday night and on Sunday -I I
Building addition to the building the circular been missing a few these'past weeks
which awaits c r unities will present folk songs I I : the team to GUHF1*JFDTO ERECT NEW
alumni and friends of conference room which is So come on out to the Missionary April 1-1. goes '.' .! ,
North Florida Junior College as available for small group confer and dances and relate fireside Babtist Church at 3:30 each Wed- Lakeland to play.On April .21.1 SKYSCRAPER; IN JAX

they return and tour the Campusfor I ences. Siince the design of this tales and primitive superstitions; nes day afternoon.Our Stockton will come here. 1 I 1 i ii I' ,
Miss Boltin said. On the variousprogram
Homecoming Open. House on entire building is in contrast with baseball boys played Florida The score by innings; : i Gulf Life Insurance Company will
Saturday April 20. This buildingis I the design of the other buildings will be Seminole Indians High last week and won by a Hahira ...... 04001044 1 14 erect Florida's tallest building as
REGISTR $;
MOOR
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a striking addition to the present I I I it is easy to recognize as the admin- whip crackers shape note singers scores of 12 to 0 Jasper ...... 110300000 the center of a $20,000,000 business
old time fiddlers water witchers. REGISTER FORMS
college campus. Contemporary in istrative building. Everyone is going shopping Tor Other teams in the league are complex: on the Jacksonville riverfront
design the crescent-shaped building dulcimer and harmonica players, Easter things now. On Easter morn t Belk-Hudson and Red Sox of Val- AND ACCESORIU! it was announced by M( S.

houses administrative and faculty Alumni patrons;: and friends of straw-beaters and scores of other ing will be seeing little girls and I r dosta Stockton Lakeland and Ha- t' iehaus. president and treasurerof

offices as well as student the North Florida ..Junior dpllege I entertainers performing singly boys all dressed in the best. [hira.. t. ......... '. 9de t.. Florida's largest life insurance
and in .
counseling facilities-includiing offices community are cordrauy-ftiwed to groups. 4-H work shop was held last Monday company. ..

of the president, dean, registrar the Homecoming activities sched-r The festival is sponsored by the at 3:30.. We all enjoyed it, although I .. .'., ., The complex: wfll be erected on
business manager six in- uled as follows for April: 18. 19. 20. I Stephen Foster Memorial Commis- our fingers were busy at .' t' an U-acre site acquired from Gibbs
structors; a conference room a Theme for Homecoming is "New i iI sion the Stephen Foster Folklore work Any 4-Hers are invited toattend I. Shipyard. Inc.. at a cost of $1,500-
reception room with central switchboard Face For Dixie." Homecoming Guild and the Florida Federationof .but be sure to bring some- .' f 000 after months of negotiations in

which controls the telephones .I will begin Thursday night April' Music Clubs. Programs are thing- to work) on. I ........ :.:J. one of the largest real estate trans-
on the entire campus a faculty : 18, with the Artist Series featuring scheduled Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Zolic Sauls and two actions in Jacksonville history.
and Dr. Kolisch., May 3-4 at 10 a.m.. 1:30 and 7:30 New Arrivals that
lounge supply equipment. hypnotist children visited Mr. and Mrs. : Niehaus announced plans
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rooms, and a vault. p.m. with the concluding program Macky Sauls. Mrs. ,Ginnie Sauls .. call for two skyscrapers to be erected -
The $125.000 circular building is i I A seven-scene play will be pre- built on religious theme at 3 and the Hollands. Mr. anti Mrs. George Tedder of .... ''' on the site. A 25 to 30-story
made of brick steel and concrete, sented Friday night along with the o'clock Sunday, May. 5.Burnham New Port'R- L are announcing the c.-_.............h_. '11 J.. home office tower with 300,000 to

and was designed by Emil Ball of which crowning will of follow Homecoming the Queen birth of a son Jonathon Lee weigh J, 1. _NM/........w.1...e..- 400,000 square feet of space will
Jacksonville The attractive artistic I performancein 7 and half pounds born I .-un' house the home office staff of 475
and functional building with I the Madison High School Cafe- News STAPLERS and STAPLES March ing 20th.one The mother is the for- ............ ... people, include room for future ex-

the folding roof-also referred to I I torium. The' play 'The Glass By' LOIS ZIPPERER mer'Elizabeth Carter. The grand- IIIOIICJ1ON...........sM lae.. .4 4 pansion and space for rental. The

as a saw-tooth roof consisting of Mfenagene/-) Tennessee Williams THE JASPER NEWS mother is Mrs. Vera Zipperer e--: ... _..IrNII W...aY second building will probably be a
will be directed Mrs. Ash- Let them take
by Let Hiejjorhit, J J1m
a series of dips and peaks-is one Carter of Jacksonville, formerly of hotel to be operated by a national
John- their suns to other .
ley Hardee and Mrs. Eunice and wars planets.We :
of the few buildrings in North FlorIda
JMrm hotel .
Jasper
ston. will stfp have to ask the same ...< cha:0, :; '-- .
with roof. The circular .
a poured -
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I theologica questions matter ----------
no
Final event.of Homecoming will *
design brings the great number -- '
of offices into closer contact, t be the Homecoming Dance which where weare in the .UniVerse.. ,. 7 ;
will be from 8 to 12 Saturday H. Richard Niebuks. + ., PERFORMANCE 'Jt7
The buildiinig has ample room for 11 ii' p.m -* # TOTAL ,
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working and is designed for an night. The music will be'furnished
easy flow of traffic. Among the [by "The Crescents" from Tallahassee. -I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford left
I I Tuesday for Garden Kansas to
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featured points of the building are .e {
its ideal heatiing and air-condition I I The greatest Homecoming yet is spend several weeks with their ,i
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ing system along with 11 doors on expected to be unfurled in the 'New daughter and.: family Mr. and Mrs. .".
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Halebnd T,1
the glass walled back and double Face For. Dixie." Cliff -
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BURNHAM HOME DEM MEETSThe E

I CLASSIFIED ADS I Burnham Home Demonstration -

Club met with Mrs Bert Zip.

perer Wednesday Auril3 3, at 2:30
PLASTIC LAMINATING: Protect FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne
Valuable River Suwannee p.m. Mrs. White drew a chart
Preserve -- Beautify at Springs. ReaX
Photos, Documents. Sealed in plas- sonable. Inqure Robert. Ehlert Real I showing the arrangement and bal- 'pI. i

tic; Wallet size 25c each larger i Estate Broker. 792-6331 tfc I ancing -of furniture. Only a few yg _
size 5c square inch. Add 2c each for f 'were present. This was an interest- .,
mail orders. WANTED -- Insurance Deb In inig program and enjoyed by all .

dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY 221 jasper for Man with car from Refreshments were served by the. .

West Howard Street Live Oak 2540 years of ajfe fMb-S hoolor hostess. .r
Florida tfc better education;; married and
Mr and Mrs. R. J. Murphy Jr.
-- must live in Jasper. ,
FOR SALE 18 months old Registered Contact: Guaranty Life Ins. Co. and .children spent the weekend in

Hereford Bull Calfhood v .cci- C. C. Leggett Manager Phone Jacksonville with their sister and

nated. Good bloodline. Call 792.2621 752-0261, Lake City. Fla. Any family Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cul-I

Don Wetherington. Jasper Itp time between !t*-3.Friday A19p, 'bret, J

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FOR SALE-':52 OLDS. Good running i .
Mrand.Mrs. David
'I. : Keeling and
condition. Cheap for cash. REPAIRS-We' repair'U.
: types children spent Sunday in Pinetta
SY26331. tfp XY!:: ,and radios,' *!s6 small ap- witheitit: _"and.grand parents

plrau-cw/Ma/ s;Radio Serdcea: ,--Mr. andMrs, 'F nk Ham-

1 FREE LUBRlCAliON! Jaspers !81-r- ..tfSVFRAL ;. motif "

We will git'e,,* loth Job .. 'a' ; .
SEfDI3hFatGsRAORSBuLof.
with each;' tj Qh'nge4tott., .'a f{ w ) .1.11'> and. Mr:( 5> "S., Burnhamhad
.condjtigiu.>> Pric-
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limited time, On 1y1 .", *U. fiannlngs Radio, ;several.P.f"-their children and
edlco t < SerNes
.Firestone-Hires ; ''l" I i grandchildren home with them Sun
; er. Phone SY 2441 ,
!
I Jail tfe.
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eDelcterl : day. They were: Mr. and Mrs. ..rz
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-atotii.titlvq (J I'If. I:'r NEEDED James Coleman and children of ..

-.FREU.TAYIAWS, VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYin Jacksonville; Mrs. Jack Lloyd and

TJ aCO STATIONdaspee ; Lire,Oakv Florida for mil your children of Waycross Ga. and :Mr. -

Telephone 7922903FARMS musical 1 needs from: organs and and Mrs. Hallam Culbretb and '
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!' pianos. la. ;u. eord* and record play- baby of Jacksonville and'Mr. and -

'W' TED ;;.IF YOU _ri.Y ..- tfeT3S& Mrs..Prank: Burnham and baby of
1 q r
i 'Wpld like to sell your farm, I FOOD TV InsUUed for Macon Ga.. .
see us. We hare calls for farmseftl"7 '
week. -W. L. Bryan 'Re*. $100 and up. Mannings Radio Mrs. Andy Fox and children of

Real Estate'Broker.. Phone.SY Service--SY4421- Jasper. tfc Chicago, Illinois arrived at the I fT.[.':'
home of their parents and grandparents ). .
-2 85 or SY 2-6331 FARM FOR SALE-120 acres near ,
= I Live Oak. Good House, 169 big Mr .and Mrs. Joe Sullivan 'd- ,r i. 41-3.v JCoao GALAXIE SOOAL SPORTS HARDTOP" "'--'

Qeorgk. Plate Glass Co. pecan trees 1-25 acres tobacco. about 1:00 a.m. Sunday morning to wuwiowwiflrFOftO 'lit -". .'," : .:. ..,m ':: .

'.Store :Froats Price! $22.500. See W. L. Bryan spend several days with them. ;" rtc! .J' ,: 7 .

.Mirrors Realhrered SY2-2985 or Robert Ehlert. SY2- 00 SWEPT THE FKST : .
.Toll;Enclosures, Showers 6331. Registered Real Estate Bickers Rev, and Mrs. Ollie Farnamand 'sea .IW'; : ,

215 W,, Savannah Ave. CH2-528S Up Mrs. L L. Hart of Jasper CMt 1iOMG YEAR
VALDOSTA visited Mr. and Mrs. George Young FIVE PlACES AT DAYTONA..WID.1MII &] FOllIS STIl YfAR AfTER

SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field Sr. Sunday afternoon I .0#.. _r..<.. I
DOUSE FOB SALE in Jasper: 3 Cleaning,, J. W. Darby Jasper. Mr. Bryant Deas hasbeen: on the (i Dartona's big banked oval puts unbelievable scenes and control and road:1li suspension can win. that's whatwe

bedrooms near downtown. $7500. Call after 6 pun. tfc sick list"for the past several days. strains on engines,, steering gears and frames. The Fords that mean by totafcpeffotmance. I

Let us show you this one, only one USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR j[won at Daytona took all the punishment this famous track Visit your Ford='De /ler'before you buy any other new car.

of several listed with Robert Ehlert Sale. Coed c..ditt.CO- OBITUARIES i could dish out over 500 miles of grueling competition without Here's what you'll ndY: heW kind of total-car durability, a new 1
SY2-6331. or with W.L.Bryan. SY2- . .
2985, Registered Real Estate. Brokers $50. Maaaiags Radio Repair :' r, ..; : missing a beat. .. .UJ."Ni. ;AIn kind of handling ability)a suspension that is startlingly smooth

tfc. Jap.r tfc. RAT CASON .. this toughest of aH stock car evertsj-"mechankal: failures yet sticks to the road"iJce" : tar.If you havent driven one lately,
J J claimed over fifty per cent of the startirtgrfiekL But of twelve you can't really know what a new Ford is like.Remember,if its

HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, In Funeral services for Ray Cason Fords entered nine went the disW1te.'f rdtooIc si* of the built by Ford /fs"BoiTl for erfonnM Ce". performance/ :

i FARMERSIt good location,,near. hospital suIt- 46, were held last Friday at 4 p.m. ; first ten places .-'rH *ft f "
'-takes money to make able for two anent,. $7,080. in the chapel of Harry T. ReidFuneral *i* larVe -4. S SUPER TORQUE'Lewis
Five-hundred-mi1e like Daytona t .a public demonstration ,
Can events
money. See your cooperative W. L. BHM $Y2-3985. or Home.Mr. Cason a native j>' ;
PCA for a farmer-planned loan. Robert Ehlect, Hl Refc. Heal and life:resident of Hamilton Count of toughness, reliability and sheer engineering excek ret tots we snwt r I {
Estate BrokerslOther: 3. -.' fence that'are of the hew generatioa of Fords.A lest lie tIETDE tf 9KS/ .
I Terms up to 7 years. See North ProPertY ty died lasVWSdiicsday. The Revt part ". i

Florida Production Credit Assoc also..available .. ._.." tic.. John Hutchersoa officiated, Mr. .'-. .h..r this cant be dt pKcated on anybody*? | nf grounds;-If s nth 1 -- : : F _'RD kloiot -' ,.
iation. Sooth Ohio Avenue Live R and' Mrs.' Harry WiHfams, Mrs.. right o t'in the) oP ft.Any car can errfer.'Bu only the' car thai = t31'AlR' '.

f Oak, Florida Telephone 362-25(8( FOR SALE or Rent' Wonder Bar, Edna Hogan.,Rev.''Coddard'Lewhs has the. 'best total-;;Ii'k IIlt t ion of strength- ;balance l ,' precision: ,' ... Jj
Wen
Deep
pump; House and 1 acre Berry accompanied by Mrs. Virginia '
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with 7 bearing .pecan trees and 5
FOR SALE Good Home' Daniels sang one song: "We
Modern
pear trees Wonder .
only $1250.
Are Going Down The .
) and 2 acres on paved road near Bar. Jasper. Valley: '
Jasper. Deep wen .screened porch. Alp Pallbearers were: Mat Marable ." Motor CO. .:

I $S6OO! down; See W. L. Bryan. SY2- Clyde Hlfhc* se. Paul Hillhouse. J. .
SIGNS FOR SALE B .Roberts Cecil Register ArthurN. .
t 29g or Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331. ---

Reg. Real Estate Brokers. tfc call THE JASPER NEWS Evergreen. Bedenbaugh.cemetrey Interment" In Jasper.was in JASPER. F'LORIDAt

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