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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 19, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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PRICE i l 10c PER COPY $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER FLORIDA, FRIDAY APRIL 19, '1963 VOLUME 93 NUMBER 16



lions Elect New __I i Local Agent Wins j Zoning Board To

Officers* Support iGulf Life Award I Ii I Consider Church /Industry; Appreciation Week


:New ScboQI..Need i: 'B E. Bryan, who represents Gulf Site at HearingA 5

I Life Insurance Company in Hamilton .

I/RV ..* .*. :Jasper'Loins Club last...week voted -I' county was notified this week 'Public Hearing will be held by ;:i;; -> Proclaimed By Governor

I ? on the need for a new school in that he had"won the 1962 Presidents the Planning ;and Zoning ,Board on "... "' .

Jasper, and were a hundred per Club Award. The award won him Tuesday. April 23, 1963 .at 7:30 p.m ; .at1' edltorlal t )",.. t Mitchell Milling I Evans'-Productsr- r
\ cent agreed on the need. In anoth-1'art- : I at the Jasper City Hall to considertwo

': er action the club voted to-' donate ]! expense, for five paid. days trip, starting to New May Orleans petitions for zoning changes or '1! Governor Farris Bryant has designated this week as Indus- Co. Helps AreaIn County's Newest

$25 to, the annual )Farm Bureau second, for him and his wife. I variances. These involve the erect Appreciafion'Week! : ek and issued a proclamation fo rthis purpose. ,

Corn'Contest ( ing of a Church" .at Block 47, Caldwell Objective of thejspecial observance is not to attract new industry, Several WaysJ. Now Employs 30
He also awarded beautiful
was a '
15r Mickler brought'two doctors'to plaque enscribed "1962 Presidents t Survey, and parking a house but to sho wtheTndustry; we already have that we appreciate their I

the club as his guests. .! dub. Gulf Life Honors B. E. ,Bryan trailer-to Block :114, Langs occupied Survey on of the Lot cityof 5, presence in the community, and that we know how much their A, Mitchell Milling Companyand Evans Building Products Company -

Most.important item of business'' wjth} membership in The Presidents '\ Jasper presence does foi the community. At the suggestion of the Cham- Jasper Stockyards is the modern formerly Fiddes Moore is avery

was election of officers. The_,.I1e\V-j i Club due to an outstandingsales ber of Commerce we are happy to make a short report on three version of a business that has large corporation with many
officers who assume their offices on II been In Jasper for a long time, but branches, and their Jasper
and service record. Official notice of said hearing was of the leading employers of the county which appears in the adjoining ware-

July 1,, are: 'j|I published in the Jasper News on columns; ,i In the state as a whole industry has increasedto only the past few years has emerged house, located in Chandler's Tobacco -
President, Robert Ehlert I It is a signal honor which few April 12, 1963. The official notice as a sizeable concern. i iI Warehouse, maintains a stock of
remarkable degree in .recent and nearly everything ima-
I I salesmen a ,years '
achieve.
I Under the management of J. A. plywood lumber laminates and
Sec.-Treas. Robert Fisk appearing on page 6 under Public
is manufactured in Florida However The News
Lion Tamer, Bob Southall1st 1 I Announcements (4-12-63) stated ginable Jasper I Mitchell many new customers have tileboard with which they serve the

Vice Pres., Billy Burch City House To that you MUST present to voice I will concentrate our efforts at this time to recognizing HamiltonCountv's been located for their principal product I'I'I 'I mobile home trade in the South-

employers. ground whole includingcob eastern States. firm's
2nd Vice Pres., James Coe your objections or non objections to corn The general
3rd Vice Pres., Ernest Courtoy House Cancer these petitions. The Ordinance,} The businessmen and storekeepers are often forgotten in a and shuck called! snapped corn I''i method of operation here is to receive :

Tail Twister, W B. Norris states that you SHOULD be presentbut summary of employers in Hamilton County but most of them which makes an ideal feed for I their material direct from the

; Members of the Board, Eugene C. 'Crusade April 29 is not mandatory to be present I have from two to ten employees of"various kinds. and these wages: beef cattle being fattened for market factories and mills in railroad car-

Lang and :Marvin O'Cain and your objections or nonobjecttions contribute a great deal to the economy of the County. When lots and ship it out to various mobile -

I Due to a number of complicationsit may be voiced by petition or'residents of the county consider buying something from out-of- This week there are eleven full home factories by truck.
other time employees., which swells to 181 At first the local warehouse had
has been felt to representation. dealers, would be well to and think of one or more
I I necessary con- county stop
in the fall when
School Library To I there is plenty. of I only three employees, handled only
duct a House-toHouse Cancer Crusade of their friends who is employed by a local businessman who de-
ear corn to process. a few patterns of plywood and
Celebrate National!I Drive within the municipalities Revival At pends on your business for the wages he pays.A This little industry, besides providing I shipped it in rented trucks.

of Hamilton County. Letters great many people are employed in the turpentine. paler employment for the men at They now employ around thirty

Library WeekNational soliciting contributions will be mailed Jennings.Methodist, wood and forestry industries. mostly in small groups and indi- the mill provides a ready marketfor persons full time, have six trailers
to ihe rural The
areas only.
I House-to-House campaign will be \ ChurchRevival : viduals, which all help to maintain Hamilton County on an even all the ear corn: that can be produced and eight tractors, and a greatly
Library Week, April 21- I seasonal in the area. This fall expanded stock hand.
.held Monday evening, April 29. 1963 |keel. Farmers are big employers, but mostly on a I 1 I past on
27, will be celebrated in the Jasper Our quota for the 1963 CANCER 1 basis and the warehouses and cotton gin depend on them, as well j IMr. Mitchell bought 160,000 bushels At present they are preparing to
held ,
Services will be at.;
High School throughout the that farming [of ear corn and paid higher prices move most of their operations to
them. More and it is being pointed out -
CRUSADE is 5750.00. This as serve more ;
may the Jennings Methodist Church for\ than
of the week will i other market in he warehouse
week. Highlights any the area. formerly housing the
seem to be setting our sights high, in Hamilton County. ,especially with irrigation could well'
five nights April 22-26, according i
be Open House for students throughout J. R. (Buck) Tuten, a supervisorat trailer factory and perhaps at a
the day Wednesday April 23; but did you know that Hamilton I to an announcement made by the become a, year-round operation because of the mild climate. I the! mill, pointed out that with later date office buildings win be
County receives more financial1 l l assistance ? pastor. Rev Charles Rogers. There 1\0 doubt other employers which escape our
are i the
a faculty tea at 3:30 p.m.: and many new storage building added this built near there.
Open House for parents at 8:15 p.m from the American Can-1 1]! Rev. O. C. Howell, pastor of the I thoughts at thisitime| but every citizen should watch for every !year they can store 300,000 bushelsof Harry Chandler a local supervisor -

after Prayer Meetings Parents are I,cer Society each year than our I First Methodist Church at Jaspere opportunity to encourage those who employ !labor in Hamilton ear corn, and with what they can looks for the branch's growthto

urged to attend and.S support this r duce yearly CRUSADE DRIVES pro- will be the evangelist. This public |County and help them whenever they can. Your editor believes I process while the harvest Is on, continue but perhaps at a slower
Whatever the citizens ,
of these
phase of the school program. In .I Hamilton County contribute to the cordially ,invited to attend that our only source of industry here is the people who live here. they would have bought at least pace. Also there is a possibility

addition to library materials on Crusade, and MORE actually services. I We have little cfiance to drag an outsider to Hamilton County. ,350,000 bushels of corn this year; if that other. operations may be added
dispaly there will. be exhibits of it had .been available. The snapped fere, but plans are not yet definite.
comes back to Hamilton but have the resources, brains and manpower to build our own
for we
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JENNINGS P.T. ...
students' work in:many classes, as J corn .ic- sh i p pod l.u" 4v i*uwrto**.1*-* 4 fcVJ 1..11..8 ACCulULdaround : I
assistance the
of We need
our own people. I'industry. only spark.
well as bulletin boards and posters SPONSOR GOSPEL Ocala, Dun 'llen. Wildwoodand
Co.
Lewis Lumber
for the best of which cash. prizes The treatment of Cancer is new ir I DeLeon Springs. Feeding cattle _

will be given. and until a cure is found, win con- CONCERT r : f for beef is increasing in Florida, .:.J
tinue to be problem of the The National Book' Committee, Produces Yellow
a
The Slogan for 1963 is "ReadingThe = population. The responsibility entire for Everyone is invited to attend a Onen House At Inc., sponsors National: Library and as long as it does there will be
fifth Freedom Enjoy it." Stu- gospel concert at Jennings High with the Am- a ready market for Mitchell Snapped
the care and treatment of Week mi-cooperation '
dents are being urged to pay special cer patient rests, therefore the with'the can- School on Friday April 26 at 8 p.m. Ham. Co. '!Library erican Library Association. It is Corn. At present the ear corn Pine Lumber 4
attention to reading during this has about played out, and the mil 1 -
individual, the the The program will feature Wally National Library Week for 1963beginsApril an independent, non-profit, educational -
-*, week. Recognition ..wi1l.be,..given family med- Fowler.the--Allnlght"Singing Man. 2l-fiffflcontinueS'thnJ organization of outstanding has purchased 129.000-,bushels. of t Lewis Lumber Company.:of_Jas-
TCaTpf6feision"and thViontttrunfty. i I I
students who have 'checked out the ; 1 shelled com which they grind as a I >ere an employer here tor.rriariy
The House-to-House 'Volunteershhave !They will also have the Georgian April 27. The highlight of the ob- citizens from 'many fields of endea- '
$ I
greatest number of books this t substitute. The shelled is owned by Mrs. Wilmer
Quartet with Joe Crosby. A free, servance by the Hamilton County corn was: years
school and t6 students who accepted an important chal-j' vor.The bought most from local farmers (Margaret) and W. Buekner
year, I lenge. They give freely"of their I wrist watch will be given away to i Branch of the Suwannee Regional purpose of national Library Sapp
have made the greatest number of lucky at the concert.I Week is national from Hill-Browne corn dryer, and -ewis. They at present have fifty
:time efforts, services and financial \,some person Library will be the Open House to to provide supportfor
book reports. i aid. They do this because they This is with compliments ,of Mod-; be held Tuesday, April 23. from local reading and library de- some "Yankee" corn shipped in. employees and their payroll am-
National Week is I Construction Co. There Hauling the finished product makes xmts to between $2500 and $2900
Library being know cancer is a serious health em Home 10 a.m. to 11 a.m at the library in velopment programs It attracts
l used to point out some of the needs I problem. Welcome the House-to- will be a concession stand. Come Jasper. public attention to the growing de- a job for two more men and per week.

of the Jasper school library. These I House Volunteers when she knocks I one, come all. This program is The Jasper Womans Club is host- mand for improved library service. trucks, Jerry Smith owns the trucks I Fire has been a relentless enemy -.

needs include a new 16 mm Movie'on your door Monday evening April sponsored by the Jennings' P. T. Ai ess to this occasion Mrs. Orvill increases the general awareness and employs the dri.ers.The of the enterprise, and after

Projector ,a globe, an overhead 29th ,and give as generously as I Drewry being chairman, and the lIt libraries of all kinds are ma- mill can grind seven tons, or I the latest burnout several years

:, projector books rebound, filmstrip you can.Whether. GARDEN CLUB TO public is cordially invited to at- jor resources in the community, j 140 bags per hour, and at presentis ago, the business did not operate

,previewer, and many more books. you are contacted by a MEET FRIDAY I tend. fosters reading as an essential activity -,: working nine hours per day, but I for quite a while Rebuilding this
We Invite you to visit your school House-to-House Volunteer, receivea Mrs. Farris Bryant is the official at home in schools and colleges -I sometimes has worked 16 hours last time, after Mr. Lewis joined

. library and help us celebrate this'week letter ;or have been missed en- The Jasper Garden Club will t I State Hostess and all the libraries in business and in the Com- I per day, and could work 14 if neces- the firm, it was modernized, with

which is being recognized tirely, remember--"To Cure More meet Friday at 3:30 at the Florida throughout the state are sponsoring munity. Further it inspires more .sary. Speaking of bags-Some of more fireproof construction and

throughout the country. And give Give More Fight Cancer with..* Power Lounge Mrs. C.A.. Avriett open house online same day. people to more thoughtful reading. 'Mr.'! Mitchell's customers complained' electric motors replaced most of
serious thought to the slogan "Re ding Checkup and a Check'',"to protect and Mrs.Bob Ehlert will be hos- Trustees of the .Hamilton County President Kennedy's comment is ; about having to open so many the old steam operated saws and
the Fifth Freedom enjoy ti". you your family,and others. teses. Library are Mrs. James Deas, Mrs. lOIn the last few years we have bags, so Mr. Mitchell borrowed the i conveyors. Fire is still a very potential -

-.---- I Paul Hillhouse, Col. Julian Wood seen enormous efforts made in :money from Jasper Industrial Development -i I risk however and every pre
Rev. Ed Montgomery, and Mrs. community after community to ex- Corporation to install a caution is taken against It.

Ahead I Ernest Chandler, Chairman. They pand library services; to increasethe bulk storage and loading tank so i I The principal product is advertise
Looking join the Womans dub in extendingthis : number and variety of books 1 that the grinder can work at night ed as "Long-leaf Yellow Pine" lumber
(
invitation to come to the Open available, and to offer reading 1 to fill the big tank with snappedcorn I kiln dried and cut to order.
'.ty Or.GMT? S. House. guidance to and old alike. which can be poured directly
: TO. CUT SPENDING I young Mrs. Sapp reports that standing
ftESIOEKT EAMWHERE into a truck in the
National Library Week These efforts have been of great I morning and timber seems to be in steady sup
CUCATION t;..rqAtbwr riO '. National Library Week is a program importance, but there are still too hauled in bulk to a bulk task at the ply and is procured in Hamilton

.. .. ...' .,". ,. of voluntary citizens move- many people who have little accessto j feedlot and fed by gravity to the and Columbia Counties, and t In-:
"" "" j feed troughs.
: "" ";- : ment dedicated to the long range libraries and too many schools nearby Georgia. .
goal of encouraging 'lifetime read- with poor and inadequate selections Several local farmers are gradually I
The market for lumber
to
President Kennedy, losing patience with' any- ful living, he said. ing habits, increasing the use of libraries of books for their*students."It ." getting into cattle feeding in be improving seems
boy who suggests the federal government might I Another Virginian I and expanding and improving ; is my hope that National Library )Hamilton: County and Mr. Mitchell somewhat at the pre.
sent time
spend less than $98.8 billion in the forthcoming fiscal '" the total reading and library Week will bring with it a re- J points out that Hamilton County according to Mrs. Sapp,

year, throws out the challenge to critics to show him Senator A. illis Robertson, of Virginia ,told the resources of the nation. April of newed appreciation of library values I feeders' would have a definite advantage after a long period of low prices
I and little
just where the budget may be cut. We hope by now Senate on March 7 how $6 billion of spending could I each year is designated to stress I and a wide interest in the Improvement I over those farther south demand.
I the mail is heavy with ideas from citizens. The r be eliminated from the President's request. He, too nationally the importance of National of both individual and because they wouldn't have to haul I I Another product of the companyis

magazine Parad finds Washington mail running 'would cut foreign aid. Takinig out $1.8 billion would Library Week. public libraries." ""I t he corn. the wood chips which are made

I heavily against tax cutting, if it has to show up "reflect a publis recogniition that we have not been -- -------- --- Buck Tuten also wishes to point from the scrap lumber formerly
deficits. (This is the right answer. about what one getting our dollars worth from this expensive out that it Isn't too late .to plant burned at the plant but now sold

i can do for his country!) The public does not want a and confused undertaking." He woul dalso reudce I THE AMERICAN WAY I corn his year-reminding farmersthat by the truckload to Buckeye Cellulose

handout from a budget deficit of nearly $12 billion I sharply future defense spending: totaling $1.3 billions. they'll have a sure market for Corporation at Foley. Floridafor

that is beiingi forecast for the next fiscal year! This would cut back procurement for conventional I' it. i iI I, making paper, along with their

Answering Mr. Kennedy's question may certainly weapons, military assistance fo allies civil defense, r ,other products. A debarker and

involve the "Puritan ethis," as Economic Advisor and military housing and construction. t Nth"Gilt 7brk chipper had to be added to the Jo.
Walter Heller has put it. There is a morality even 'I Senator Robertson estimated the _$2, billion could iaR WR'1GN April Special I cal plant before the waste could bi

in. the tone of voice that, in effect: "We have cut I be saved by postponing or rejecting most of the J1t0,t't itrC l4.eR'hssuesracs 1 40. Auto RaceThe I eliminated as well as trucks to
Lap
this Administration's new spending proposals, such as 'haul the chips
I budget to the bone. We know it's your money, but :w Nm 1110'r11tKa .
what can we do? The burdens are heavy, the risks transit improvements recreational facilities*, youth ;11D a rt RT Valdosta "75" Speedway will I,I In line with Industry Appreciation

I are great, but we must spend more. :Meeting the programs and aid to education. Request authority table carl'r stage a 40 Lap Special Race this.week, we would like to suggest that
challenge is your part." But the people do consider suggestions was that federal personnel in very f| sr week. There will be the regular j I the city and county could show their
these interminable deficits immoral. The Puritan I would also be cut back Perhaps his most remark- match race a rui heat races ,and an I$i appreciation, as well as help the

ethic (nothing to run away from in an age that needs I department should be cut by 5 per cent. -, added attraction there will be a whole community, by paving the

religion) tells us that there can be no such things as Use The Axe modified heat race and a 15 lap dusty, rutty street that leads to this
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a "strong deficit" Other i modified feature race. Cars from industry, as well as to a large number -
i i experts nan dout of Washington are
0 tQr Fort Pierce Fla. Jacksonville of residents' homes
Rhetorical QuestionThe '[calling for $6 and $15 billion of-reductions in spend- county and
President did not want an answer to his ing and authorizations. Some are looking at research Qrjj Fla. and Tifton Ga. will be parti- other pulpwood industry along the

querry. He knows that Senator Harry Byrd comes up programs in space, at various public works cipating in this event. railroad farther out. This short

each year with a realistic "Byrd Budget" that at veterans services at agriculture: and proposals are Regular admission price with stretch of road is rarely med a
demonstrates what statesmanship plus Puritan mor- suggesting reappraisals with substantiate cuts. As first race to get underway at 8pm great deal more than many paved

ality can accomplish. Other leaders In both parties long as the Persident Insists Rain date April 27th. roads in the county.
upon spending -
have made suggestions on economy from time to that would creat a J12 billion proposals Valdosta "75" Speedway is bated
deficit for the
time, but the real of the 3 miles south of Valdosta on
purpose Administration is
coming year his tax cut is going to be suspect, un- Red Cross Drive
to spend as much as possible. Actually, Mr. Kennedy popular, and unwelcome. Highway 3L

dotes not want to be shown how to eliminate billionsfor The Keynesian economists back of so much ; To Reach GoalRed
saving money runs counter to the Keynesian JUNIORSENIORBANQUET .
White House fantasy thinkin are not facing the reali- .
theories to which the Administration seems dedicated ties of the American AND PROM
system Our economy, the Cross Drive Chairman Barney
Among those who have shown where to save world's best was not built by wild indulgence in Burnham while
nos- The Junior Class of Jasper High reports that
money is Senator Stephen M. Young of Ohio who trums that I
somebody thought would create perpetual School is sponsoring the annual all reports are not yet in, it now
recently returned disgusted from a United Nations booms.
conference in Geneva Why should the American people now become banquet honoring the Seniors which 'appears that the county drive for
on underdeveloped countries.
.Senator guinea pigs of laboratory specimens for untried and win take place April 26 in the elementary :1963 will reach the goal of $6T9 set
Yuung said he fed with
was
up our taxpayers impractical
experimentation that promises only to School Lunch Room at 1 by headquarters.As .
having to spend billions
on wasteful foreign aid. and lead
togovernment plannting and controls under 7:30 p.m. chairman he wishes to thank
that alL Some it could be cut 20 percent without any harm at ing authority amounting to $104.9 billions for the The prom win be he1d-Immed-I the people of the county, and especially -
fthe
o U. S. aid
representatives who had
been. swarming over the place showing :' state socialism? The Persident's erquest for spend- :;- ; lately foiIawingjbebanquet, in the 1 the district chairmen Bad
no competence forthcoming year ought to get the meat axe from the V.F.W. Hall at 9OOip.ns; ,1 the workers, fer their help and generosity -
at all might then go home and make a gain> Congress and I believe will -, -- Preecnbec, Dirt: Less GovernxaeBt v Reporter, Ruth Green < In this drive.


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I I Things And Our Attitudes' \ Toward' : J {Thein: '. JENNINGS I "IF' i iI. Thelma seriously ill 'at Emory. j Of course these books are -out4>t

..., ":. ....-" '.. -- lti. @ Mary,Francis Lewis has returned.print JMJVV but I covet the possessionof '
1 t 1fc7ObkS '
John Kipling once wrote poem the from Atlanta .where she a copy.This '-t'!
By T. Miller are those also who,have,9uired r accompanied -,
I NEWS title o f which -is "If", probably her sisterInlaw Thelma to.
Things In general and one's'Attitude the "habit of 'minimizing tM'thingswhich is uth Week in ,
.
,
I everyone4 is rfamiliar witli it, So % the hospital'last week. i' 3 Baptist
toward, them in particular instances -' they have and magnifyingthe often'-a a hear the-expression made :._ :;+9 .f 1 churches and will be noted ,herewith
I. 1'-
provide a background for things that others.are supposed by Ray Nell,.- ISirnett. ,ofthlslittle-'conjunction thattt'"is Mrs. Graham Black and Mr.' a banq&t Friday evening for

potential relationships that can, and ''to have in nbundarceThey look :my the biggest little word in the Eng- (continued from page three) :Joe Vickers went Easter after the ,! Lie young people. The theme is

frequently do, have deep signifi- with envy at the gorgeous apparel, I I am glad that grandmother, 'lisp language "Remember Now thy Creator in
cance in one's life story. These Mrs. Hattie Wynn is home. Also Mr i I trying. :church services to have cnnner with' "
mink coats cadillac cars_,an,assortment i the days of your youth.
relationships are different in kind and Mrs Woodrow W. Kelley and I i The word "IT* preceeds a conditional I Then the Experimental owner re- :sister Karl Minor Mrs.Clarence. .
of servants, air,Conditioned I! The guest speaker will be Dr.
and produce results that are either daughter visited her over the Eas- promise and usually when moved the glass partition; but the Howe in Live Oak. They were joined -
j t \
ho"ses and fabulous vacation Moore of the North Florida
positive or negative in character. trips ,ter holidays. I"second guessing.," we are heard to fish still would not venture across I there by their aunts. Mrs. CoraMae j Junior
that ,others have and presumably 1 I ,say "If only I would have done so the line where the barrier had College, Madison.
They are frequently neglected entirely Mr. and Mrs."Roscoe Westberry .Vickers and Mrs. Peggy Vickers ,
|enjoy, but fail to make. an Inventory : I C *
land hen would have
I so, things turned been. .
or at most given only pass- : and Mr.Buril Burnett and son Buril of Jacksonville and Cairo Ga.
of the things which they have I out differently. I through I II In of barrier : j After the exhileration of Easter
ing consideration. Their importance I Jr. visited relatives here Easter. J can see place a glass which '
for pleasant visit
in the life history of an individual I ly and grateful.for which they should.', be just''I Sunrise services were held last i my minds eye this big little word i was real there was a psychological a :h and the high resolves of a New

Deserves more carefUl thought_ and Sunday morning at Six o'clock.. Mr. ,j I being used more frequently than I barrier which was: only imaginary.But 1 Year were down to hard sleddingnow.
The quests of life are many and i other at the judgement ., the latter effective, We were out at the lake Saturday .
attention than they ordinarily I !:I Clifford Hewitt leader and any scene I .was as _. as It's what we do from here on
ceive. Their cultivation re- varied. Among,, these' desirables I was song probably in this way, "If only I :the former. evening and enjoyed the loveh1 1 that counts.

handsome dividends upon will the pay investment nust certainly be incliidea'pe'ace'' of I'Thou we sang Art"three, Christ songs Arose: "How" and Great He 1 would have listened to those who I! And now my poor fellow fish story (teleyision) from Cora Harris I! We add another to 'our list of -
-'M PTMl' happiness. The quest for tried so fervently to point out to me the lesson is '
I 1
transparent simply
Eventually the characterof I I Lives. Brother Jean Thomas pastor book The Circuit Riders WifeclimbaeHighesi311fountain"- young Rosarrans. Marilyn and

these relationships will either(I(these frer'rentlyresults'. in ''of the Assembly of God church I the necessity of .keeping God's I this; try again; maybe the barrier "I'd, : *Charles'"Iam nave"'some ::4ft..,.;
colossal failure. and grievous disMppointmentdae' commandments".an3tef(+ tol listen has been TafsecFbetween yocTandV gorgeous
,..increase' : ode cxeaserte.po!( ibili to'the: therfactthat: led in'a..word of 'pra"er. Elder Roy to I what man says, then I would not ;1 1I 'the delectable regions which The story is a classic and a perfect specimens of everbloomingroses ,
of one's'peaciTof mind and will'aP of the Primitive you '
DeVane pastor choice for a prelude to Easter. .
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search. in the wrong direction. Hap- I be hearing these words: Depart haVe longed to reach. .
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the same time;,.provide a more or Baptist Church preached a wonderful l
nine; s does not necessarily' :consistin from me. >; I, Most barriers between ourselves'i
less efficient performance of act- sermon. Bro. Bill Rogers, pastor
tivities than could otherwise be the.abundance of material things .of the Methodist Church closed in I This word was used by Christ'i and the legitimate attainment of

te< but rather our attitudes toward: on several occasions ine an honest ambition are more I
reasonabll.antic P L prayer. Coffee and donuts were of which apparent t .
1 them Peace of mind is lr subjectivecondition (served afterward. is.set forth in John 8:31-32 showingthe than real.
'
The term''things" as used in this
discussion is'meant to include pri- and may ae destroyed by mi condition of discipleship. and I i I Who cares about a few nose' .
desir4
marily the detailed activities that an, insatiable' for the possession -i The Jennings Missionary Baptist I I|freedom" from the powers of sin i bruises anyway? Gin OVa
unattamab f .
of' vnatcrial goods.
and Satan. "Then Christ ;
j| said to
ordinarily characterize the daily [church had an Easter egg hunt last I
To''envy those tWhuy have acquiredthe f This year $2,000,000 will go to
: those Jews that believed If
duties and accessories of one's oc Sunday at 5:30. Mrs. Tuten, who on him
cupation. Included here are those things -we cannotfeasonably(is in charge of Training Union andI I I ye continue in my words then are "Research to fight Leukenmia"from
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possess-in, a marks of,,ironoaturity.Haopiness of ye my disciples indeed, and ye the American Cancer Society. I (;j"a.nce
activities that are objective in in :ljnal I Mr. Billy Beck superintendent *
:the ,
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nature and external to the physical make nalysis j Sunday School, were in charge of I II !shall know the truth, and the truth I .
must ;trpcd wi! xJhjeinevit!\ shall make free". Here Mrs. Lewis Jasper and' Y
hunt. you we i M.-AK > I
senses. Many of these in time be- .. ':/* ".* the Easter Egg ,
able >
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matters of routine -. 'vnositions I s s clearly see the blessings here set I; Dr. Earl Lewis of Jacksonville I NOW'!

come partake of the character procedureand of The r-"q1 'tend ci"s/and chs- The, Primitive Baptist Church I forth are conditional and the bur- flew Wednesday to Atlanta to spend j j

quired skills. Their continuous ac- ; briefly,:noted nVtihe, :foregoing -j'.started their annual meeting,11esI I den rests upon us of continuing in I the day with the daughter.and" ;(

are ce a nlY' rein latory.I Christ's words to receive them.If sister Thelma Lewis who i is. a i
sameness often feel- I day night. |
generates a
They disclose an imijt dt ture:cOndition we would continue in Christ's patient in Emory Hospital. ,'
ing of boredom and futility.In I Methodist Churclhad I
The .
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in life sauandefejl words which m I
Idjj&orjuni- are necessary to sal- I
speaking of "attitudes" the ties misguidedrype'of'vocational.. .their young folks' Easter egg hunt I vation .and study as God demands, Mrs. Roy Graham and Mrs. Willy j i sFT7 11rD C tIfRG'fii eYivsuI1/Z j/

reference has to do with how one choice ,or sail .,r jeglerte&: .edoca-I last Sunday. ,o. 2 Tim 2:15, we could see. the neces- Ray Lewis are in Atlanta fort j

feels and reacts to things in generaland tion. To make;the; : pr6bl re m\\still Misses Jeanette and T oretta sity of obedience to many things several days to be \with their:Sister.1

to those things in particularthat more ;t ompli ated' it;'':coul&Xfce a MacDonald of Jacksonville visited which man says are unimportant. I J
relate directly or indirectly to 'of- "factors. Mrs Myrtle McDon- ; BRIGHT POND (JASPER) f
combination air four I I their mother, I Christ said in Mark 16:16 "He that OAK GROVE rmmcii OF CHRISM
the duties that constitute ones daily Such a condition while intricately ald. believeth and is baptized shall be that we must scarifice truth and' BAPTIST CHURCH I Between Jasper and Jenningson

pattern of life. Attitudes are sub- complicated, is still far from hopeless -I last principles of Gcd to attain such.f*' Pastor Rev. Henley I.
Mrs. Mary Kamp spent saved" We can also learn than in
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I Sunday School 1UOD ajn. I IfolLing
jective in nature and as such fol- ; I However just to be persecuted u.
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with her sister, Mrs. order share in of
resurrection
I Monday night I to \ : Service .. )l:00 a.m. Sunday Morn. Bible Study 10 toll
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low in similar fashion the principlesand ": doesn't in and of itself that''one
', Conditio 'in reality however,]I Hattie Wynn.. Christ or in the likeness of Christ's- is Gods wilt prove Training Union ........-.........' 6:301;Worship Service ........ 11 to 12
laws of the learning process are seldom as forbidding as they Nil and Mrs. Albert Sauls and resurrection it is r.ecessaryto doing One must Evening Worship --...-_ 7:30 i Sunday Evenings, Service .... 7:00
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be
Th estock of attitudes that anadult''appearjo be at first glance, If. one j{"family visited relatives over the I submit to -this divine command. persecuted for upholding the.' Midweek Prayer Service every I Wed. Evening Bible Skidy.... 7:00
come to have are, for the most miles Notice 6:5 which is conditional [complete truth of God before he can
has not registered too many I[Easter' holidays. Rom. Wednesday at 7.30 p.m :Phone WE8-2091 .
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part within his own power to deter- I on the journey of life;t theppppi; coming I "For if we have been planted feel confident that he is complying. -- I
are I II
Six weeks exams '|with 2 Tim ] JASPER METHODIST
3:12.
mine. This responsibility with i tunity to make a neW'tSt$its.'Pdii-:) together in the likeness of his death
which individual is ultimately -I. p' this week. I Look ,what happened when the ',.Sbe Friendly Church" i ii I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
every sible and is highly recommended.In We shall be also In the likeness of j J I
and Mrs. Edward Carter from Christ's i Pastor Rev. O. C.,Howell Sayer Canova, Pastor.
falling
Mr. great or-
charged. 1 the event one has .reached the 1 his resurrection." To that Paul : away
: Jacksonville and children Tom see iginal vhurch took place and the ORDER OF RVICE Sunaay School at ..._,_-.,,, 9:45
The fact that many' people constantly -I stage of mature adulthood when a I here is referring to baptism read I], School... .... 9:43
Terry were weekend guests of 1!Roman Church came into existence I Sunday .. a.m. Morning Worship ,.._._.. 11:00 a.m.
give expression to a "badluck" I new beginning is. too late, one is Romans 615. !
11\Irs Irene CulbrethHospital. I!I''in Approx. 606 A. D. The period Morning Worship 11:00 a.nv Training Union ...______ 6:15
story is well known. There still not left without hope of improv-
I J What was Christ's resurrectionlike known in history as the dark sees Everyone *s invited Evening Worship __ 7:30

? It was glorious he was not to of religion, when the inquisitionI EVENING :CERVICES: Prayer Services Wednesday -

"I.. 1- News i iI taste of death again, he was to return -I'I in full swing persecuting all Junior Fellowship 6:00 p.m. at 7:30 p.m.
r f.I f.. I'I was ____ __
discriminating brides prpf r I to the Father in,heaven where who would not submit to the doctrine Intermediate Fellowship 6:00 p.m.1 JASPER
CHURCH OF
.. I I there is no death, heartache I'I of the Roman Church. Many Youth Fellowship; *.. 6:00 pjn. GOD

pain sorrow or any of the miseriesof the faith rather Worship Service 7:00 p.m. I Rev. Earl Deas
their lives for
't this physical life. Surely wall cave Social Hour 3:00 Sunday School......... 10:00 a.nu
we Youth p.m.
I than submit to a man made doctrine -
: i I Morning Worship ........ 11:00 a.m.
desire shire this
to
Li glorious resur- xl'm convinced that today
BETHEL PRIMI1IVE BAPTIST Evening Worship ,.,...., 7:00 p.m
rection! And to be sure there is to I
K I[there are also many who woulddo each San. TUESDAY
Bible Study at Tfi( a.m
be resurrection of'.all both the
I a the same I pray that I am one Prayer Meeting .._ 7:30 p'.nu.
7 .
11
Church Service .m. pjn. '
righteous and ,unrighteous, but only I[of them. II :
STOIUv XA Ii; FRIDAYSY.
from 'I PATIENTS* IN HOSPITAI* ONI the obedient! will receive Gods| 1 l If the riT"or-s people of our day Each First and 3rd, each Sunday.Sua Uy P. E. ...,__...... 7:30 p.m.
PBYE 6AiO
I THURSDAY, APRIL 18 \ blessings of eternal life in heaven. p.m.
Matt. 25:46. i do not soon awaken to the dangers Elder 1... M. DeVane pastor I
I I PRESBYTER CHURCH
which even now confront us from at
John Osburn Another big!; "If" used by Christ WHITE SPRINGS
to ti I fear that PRESBYTERIAN
JASPER
least two sources soon
James Dedge j is found in Jn. 14:1:; "If' ye love Rev.
McCall I pit who desire the Bible and it CHURCH SERVICERev. Ed. Montgomery Jr. Pastor

Mrs. Linnie I me' keep ny comnv\ndn >nts": We alone as their soul source of authority E. F. Montgomery, JR., Evening: Service .._. 7:30 p. m.

Virgil Williams I show our love or lack of love for called to show School_9:45 a. DI.I .
be
mav just on Sunday
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Hess Blasinga DURNHAM CHRISTIAN
Home McDonaldJimmy : Christ bv O T lives in the way: we their faith or submit to those forces Services ..--.._....-...-... 1OO CHURCH .
I obey cr disobey. Another condi- ,
Yes. it can happen even in America J
I Taylor tion of sharing heaven with Christis However there is a way to escape -I JASPER ADVENT I Paul H. Stewart Pastor

J. E. Jacobs I set forth in Romans 8:17 "And Him all CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School each Sunday 10:00
,, t t. throurrh Christ-give
$1 r ti Jackson (col.)
Jack
::IF children then heirs: heirs of Col. Rev. Travis Carter Church Service Second and Fourth

.' = I Haniel H.Taylor. Jr. (col.. ) God and joint heirs with Christ: 118.pr*imirence Soon the as tide God will firects turn, and Sunday School 10 a.m. I Sundays .................. 11:00

I "If so be that we suffer with him minds could work togetherin I Morning Service 11: X) a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and

DISCHARGED SINCE that we be also glorified together." peaceful the saving of precious souls. We Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.. I Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30

; LAST WEEK Paul wrote in 2 Tim 3:12 "Yea plead with the religious world to Wednesday night: i

I and all that will live Godly in where the Bible speaks and Choir Practice 7:30 p.m. I JENNINGS METHODIST
#\ "Speak
Fredrick Johnson Christ Jesus shall suffer persecu- Payer Service 8:00 pjn.
LA.Vw'r n Mel,1.. Combass be silent where the Bible is silent "Enter Rest Pray"Pastor
'r i Mrs. Shirley tion." Where is the suffering ,and To come with us back to the Bible, DIVONIA BAPTIST"CHURCH : Charles W. Rogers Sr.
Sew..rn 1 : Miss Elaine-Selph persecution in the religious world
./ hick to the church as Christ estab- WALLACE F. BENNETT Pastor Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.
Cone
Sara 11 Mrs. Mary ',' today? Among most groups thereis lished it in the first century over School 10 ajn.reac Prayer Meeting each Thurs, 8 p.m.-
CrewsMrs. ? lay
Mrs. Louise ,' none and the word shows that 1900 years ago. To lay aside hu- 'an 11 a.m. Worship Services 2nd and 4th

Eva Rozier there must be or they are not ilv- man creeds doctrines and prac- ing Union -.- 6:30p.m. Sundays at 11 a.m. and at 8 p.m

I Mrs. Lomie Brown ing Godly in Christ Jesus. The only 'flees, said to take the Bible and it Training 7iOO
Will McDonald religious people who suffer for of Preaching _- p.m. NEW:: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH' :

Mrs. Cora McCracken Christ today are those who de- alone as the complete source 3:16 Wednesday night Prayer Rev. N. M. RoweD, pastorSor.tsy
2 Tun.
k in all things :
authority ?*0
,. Mrs. Elsie Scaff. mand for Meeting .- School every Sunday at
f lI s..rr J scriptural authority every -17: 2Peter 1:3, Acts 20:32. And. ,

n400 Leon Mrs. Sara l\fJ1 grove Jackson thing that Is practiced worship.. wear no name but Christian 1 Pet- WEST LAKE CHURCH OF .tn.1 Preaching 11:30 16:30 a.m.a.m.& 7:30 p.m.. '; '

T.MIM VL Matilda Roberson (cot Most religious groups have peaceful er 4:16, Acts 26:28, Acts 11:26. Sunday School ..._____ 10:00 Training Union ._.......... 6t30 i ta. (': io
7L S. Jackson (col.) co-existence because they sacri PrayerfuHyi submitted by Y.P.E. Sunday _.-_ 6:30 p.m.l I Prayer Meeting, on W ednt.Jday'at
Julia Mae fice truth for peace. Unity and E. Thomas Evang. Prayer Meeting Thur 7: 0p.ra .730 .
">" Kenneth I pjn.MISSIONARY
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(coL) __ _
( : Gloria Gandy peace are greatly desired by all Church of Christ -
Ooak Grove
SPRINGS
Townsend col.) WHITE -
( BAPTIST
.. Eliza true Christians but not if it means
.rrw.kly r.e One IIIAMOII ,
i' 1 DIGS .. Susan Oliver (Col.) s FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Jennings( Florida "-:,

: '' ssoos.r Willie F Smith (col.) C. E. Bailey Pastor: Bro. W. D. Stewart, Pastor

tmmremlnt tmlgft f emu, c Sunday School .....__ 10:00 am. ....
Emmanuel;! Smith ",(col.) FARMERS! Our' Sound :: Sunday School ._. __ 10:00 a.m.
if we 9rtM (col.) Morning Service __ 11:00 &.me (Each Sunday)

sMr r r f.f Leroy Cuyler Training Union ..._....... 7:00 p.m. Preaching Service Each Sunday at

'- Evening Services ___ 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
$95 Hail Insuranceguarantees Wednesday service 8 p.m.
---"s-- situation. prayer Prayer Meeting Each Wednesday
-: .;, ;w.rr i. ing upon an unpromising
an.r.
at 7:30
*.... "' late to make FIRST METHODIST CHURCH __ pjn.
!14-- .Joiwlah While it may be too I I
j. up to a.fiUjrar' lo p"" --j rwjtYo.Ruld changes in things to meet one's I Pastor Rev. Harry Goddard FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHW.

,v; .... .__ 10:00
Sunday School a.m.1,
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situation, it is rarely, if ever too income if early storms Woodard Pastor -

A Week late to change one's attitude toward (A class for every ae group Sunday School ...___.... 10:00 ajn.
Pay As \Little As $1.00 Worship Service 11:00 a.nu
things. A careful examina- Morning WorehL, _.... 11:00 am.
Youth Fellowship .._ 6:00 p.m.
Training Union _.__, .,
I tion will often reveal the fact that ruin yourcrops" See for details. PASTOR'S SCHEDULE 630 p.m.
me
-- Sunday at Evening Worship .._... 7:30 p.m.
far attitude to- White Springs every
needs change
0? ,7Ctl/ one ward things a rather than, a changeof 11:00 a.m. Wed. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 pjn.
H Swift Creek, each Third Sundayat

f; things or situations.designed A to programspecifically change JQES .:INSURANCE AGENCY 3:00pjn. I GREEN RIDGE GOD CHURCHOF ,

on attitudes toward things will fre- FIRST 'METHODISTCHUR ii Err. George .Newton

: ouently provide a panacea ior JASPER FLORIDA : STATENVILLE. GEORGIA Sunday School _. 10:00 a.nx

_--r.JEWELER of the ailments and irregula- 4 "; e Allen Brooker, Pastor Morning Worship ..._,.. 11:00 &.III.

rities many of human experience. Telephone 792-2921 Personal Service Sunday School ,.._.....? 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Night ..._.... 7:30 p.m.
Worship Service 2nd and 4th Prayer Service

A change in attitude has been \ Sundays ._. ........____u_ 11:00 ajn. Y. P. E. Friday Night 7:30
Downtown Brookwood Plaza --JThomasville; known to work ,changes in one'scomplete Tr. and Sr. MYF Each 'Sund- at ---
.. life pattern -. to ,pr'o'vide <*< '-I 7:00 p.m. JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD

VALDOSTA. : a new perspective towardlife D fc1i.DCuqf1moBeach-> :: .Prayer Meeting Each Thursday at f CHURCH

fail in general and 'to one's lifework notsA> .. a 8:10 p.m. Snnday School each Sunday at
'MYF Social Hour Each Thursday
_- in particular. A colorless, in- .' "' 10:00 a. a.
: Lorgert and Finest Heat.d Pool Color TV Lounge.Free. 't-- Service Each Sunday
sipid ,and unfruitful life may be =.' .Golf ResIet nt'. Cocktail Lounge Planned 1 SUWANNEE,,, CHURCH OF and morning
come colorful vibrant. and productive r Entertainment Delux Rooms and BHcIencJw; .1 THE NAZARENE evening .:
THE
DIRECTLY ON Old time Gospel Sing it Friday
; In atltudes.In
Florida
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Fail
change
Day't'on''Co by a ."" I
: woaLD'S' MOST Efficiencies from $63 per wk._ '' % each month 8 p.ra
the event, you happen, to be 'Bedroom from $60 wk. i- i Leslie C. Poe, Pastor i Rev. O. E.
Thompson
per A.M.j
FAMOUS BEACH
t experiencing a negative,attitude !Sunday School ........ 10:00
h .
B SM your Travel Agent or write d .....
.e toward life and toward your condition I Preaching Service .ll:X) A.M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,

.. : ; FRIENDLY RESORT Und. tb.' -*'oil I in life make the experimentas ., ROBERT CORDES,MQr. f Evelng Service ........ 730 P.M. STA TENVILLE, GEORGIAD.

j LauriOUS; apts. .mes.ft' aad motel I many.others have done and observe Phone l i Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7A I W. Kannon, Pastor

r too ms NEW HEATED SWIMMING ,C.C.HsaO..r:: ( ). .v I,"': what-a transformation can ', 0.2.0431 -MISSiONARy }.. (Services Each Sunday)

#!; POOL.Air-Cenditioi.. and W.af.d OPEN short time. CORINTH Sunday School........... lOrfH) ajn.
h I.Television. Spacious law* and e take placeyn. aery BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship ?... 11:60 a.m.

Patio Free Parking" ; YEAR ROU"D You will be agreeably surprised at ; Rev. Marcus Morrison pastor. Training Union ___;.._ 6j30 pjr.4
Nor .U..Hracfo the results that"win. be registered.The (ffhnsdar School' (every Sunday r Prayer Service Wednesday at

Writ.Wir.orK. CL 2.1452 .' following are pertinent in closing ,I [n, except fifth Sunday .-.. 10 a.m. 7:30 p.m. I

For R.i.r*_*Ions R ,p this brief discussion. j Preaching Scrrica: : gffchf l Sunday at 7:00WHITE .IJ.JJL

"A trouble is a ton. or a troubleis !I I at It mjn. and 7:30 pjn. SPRINGS
!Training Union _,
6:30 p.m.
trouble is CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
I an ounce or a what you '
make it. It isn't the fact that you 'i Prayer Meeting, .each Wednesday S. School each Sunday 10:00 .... '

are hurt that counts but only, how : DAYTONA BEACH I at 7:30 pan. Preaching service every 2nd aria

did you take It." 4th Snnday at 11 a.m.4 7:30 p.m.



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THE JASPER NEWS J.ASPER .FLORIDA' PAGE THREE


I Across the road on a sidewalk a I ToShowP&ches j!of a privately owned nursery in
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: I OpeiiHoiisc
: : little mother clad in blue shorts andfaded California which has developed the
yellow blouse walked lei >1. : ": .: J I patented rootstock which will resist -,

I :@ i&LCT@1 I surely- freshing a bahy cart with the soil insects in the North

'i I her right hand.-:pulling with ,the Ready for MarketDemko Florida area it is claimed and will
left produce peaches earlier than they
I leftredwagon ) a: little boy
1 in it. Behind walked another per New can possibly be produced in Geor
of
Vinyards Altoona Florida -
175 haps 3 year'olcl xxxx has announced house at gin thus making it likely that premium *
open
I Thirty minutes later I had done Mr.find Mrs.Tommy their nurseery in Altoona, on Tuesday prices can be obtained.
,an errand in the house arid again I bass are parents of a r At present in Hamilton County
23 from one
I April to five
p.m.
I looked I Sebrina Ann Combass Cecil Kennedy has 25 of the
j up the same little I acres
I i to'display their peach orchards and
"VirJie JIIWI SYcamarez.e51. sat on the piazza.woman 15 in Hamilton County iI peaches planted which will beara
I, peaches, which they expect to be
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I
-- I joined now by a friend '' Hospital. j I ripe by that time. small crop this year, their second
walked sidewalk !JASPER LOSES TOUGH ONE Jack Vinson and Ed Mead--
slowly past on year.
When Irene Byrd and Fred Taylor It may grow eight feet tall, and my t Dr. Demko ,is the representative
3 Z TO LAKELAND
now: She pushed the baby cart I ows have five acres also two years
married Friday April 12 at neeeds occasional pruning; to keep Susan and Willie James
,:and pulled the little red as old, and Robert Ehlert has one acre
wagon .. ,
2:30 in the chapel of the First It attractive. colored are parents of 'I I Jasper Baseball dub journeyedto I
before. Behind two little boys walked a just planted! this year.
Baptist Church it was with utmost And the sweet shrubs that is named Theresa Elaine Lakeland, Georgia last Sunday dated. v. -
simplicity-no music no decorations perfuming:the'air now and growsso and'played.. In the wagon wasa April 15. in Hamilton Last Sunday by innings: The peach trees show unusual
afternoon end lost heartbreakerby
a
t crate 'of'cokes. JASPER .... 200000000 2LAKELAND virility. They grow fast and produce
well in
just the many'places is in the
exquisite
\ exchange I I Just sauntering along; no frantic morial Hospital.A one run in the eighth inning af- and if to
book J j 00100002. 3 young they! seem
of vows with the pastor of the of flowers Calacanthusj !
church Rev. Mr. Sayer Canova i shopping for Easter: bunnies. ..q ter holding a one-run lead for seven Barryhill ,:pitched' for Lakeland, work out, they will make an ideal

officiating. This was their wish. Daniel and. Jewel Smith spent Easter was in her* heart... son as_born, ,April 1st innings. all the,.way, :jiving up five hits to crop for Hamilton County.
They entered the church and sat Easter in St. Augustine where they!>i Mrs. Ollie Boone and grandson>tian and, JH,S.Pat In general, it was a wellplayedgame Jasper Batters. Who knows, they may even re-

on the front seat until the appointed -I attended services at the Ancient, Paul Teague went Wednesday to Dover DeJeware. weighing with good pitching and few Ruper Woods of Live Oak pitchedfor place the pine tree.
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hour;Lovely Irene wore a sheath: City Baptist Church. Daughter Vero Beach to be with several of. 11 oz. .and has been named 'errors on both sides. Jasper for seven innings, givingup DUPLICATORPAPER
and jacket ensemble of turquoise Joyce returned with them and went her children during the Easter John Jr. .Mrs. Gardner ;; This Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Stock- four hits, and Buddy Burnhamlet

silk with bone accessories. and a'back to Stetson Tuesday.Joyce had! holiday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,ton will come to Jasper. A large two hits in the eighth. The runs
corsage of small orchids, Fred played in St Aueustirw for the ;, Paul's father retired recently out Wells of Rt. 3 Jasper. and loud audience would be appre- scored as a result of an error. White and Colors
wore the conventional business suit. I Easter Cantata. -.Wendell Carpenter 'of the service has bought - _.-
propertyon ..& -- --- T ---
FriendS'were there however with is Minister of Music at Ancient Indian 0: ... .. .. .. ..
River and they will make A baby girl was born to NalxV- "" ''':'wT..MPw..l.wwlL.w..l.. R '
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all the good wishes this young'City church. t. their home there. Joining them Mrs. Harrell,Hemingway, i ,. .::.:.:..".; :" : : ." ., : ) 7 :' }: :
couple merit. \ I i there to be with their mother for 1963. The little lady weighed I : .
:""' '. After the ceremony the bride The Woman's Club met for the Easter Mr. and Mrs. Harold "r .
were and 7%ozs. and has been
and groom and the congregation April meeting Friday before Easter Moreland of Cape Canaveral, .Vicky Roseann. : ; ?
.went to the church parlors for a ?1963.Rev. Hubert Henley'gave the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vita of St. Peter-j|I t.. f

reception. Even here the absenceof tTvotional. burg and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Boone j I i
formality was marked. There I Mrs. Blanche Deas introduced Mr. Boone is mayor of Sebastian. .I churches joining in this

was no receiving line--just Irene thc guest speaker Miss ElizabethBell .Florida. < j[I f We saw Russel Frink f r' '
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and Fred mingling with friends who gave several brief. re- . one of the ushers. .
and view of popular books.
receiving congratulations.The : I: S.
room had been decorated in Tempi Dreucher talked to\: the The Lydia Circle of the FIrst !\\ Mrs. Florence Ryan' is II I 1+
Spring blossoms. The hostesseswere club concerning the school band Baptist met Monday evening -
Belle Glade
members of the Fidelis Class I issue which -isTto rome before the Virgie Hyman hostess. Nora ,Page hospital I
fall in a local store which p-
and the Iydia..Ctrc1e.On public soon for a decision. \ Circle chairman gave a condensed
knee injury, bones
the/refreshment table was a t The 21-27 is National Library" form of four chapters of the W. M. ever. no 7)r _

dainty bouquet and a three tier Week and wil be observed by-all U.In .
I w1
weddirg cake.made. by Mrs. T. F.. f'libraries with a "coffee" April 23 May the W.M.U.will. observethe I really pack full week' I V. 1I
Clardy. This was for the bride at 10-11 a.m. Mrs Orville Drury, 75th anniversary with afternoon"Tea" 'P"> to Jacksonville. We II
and groom alone. Mrs. Wade Norris: Mrs. Jack Vin- in every churchof the Southern Fair Lady" on Thursday I II

Teresa Taylor, young daughter of son will serve as representatives of Baptist Convention with past It was a delight "A "" .-.' .. _. --
the groom, Susan Levin Ann Camp the club. presidents special guests. Mrs W. cal, beautiful to look at." I '
.served punch and cakes. A committee was appointed to B. Lewis is the local chairman of the Cummer Art Gallery I i ntit the ,

Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left shortlyfor report at the May meeting of ,the.} ;. W. M. S.Hiram. . day to see Lee Adams :, ftlcest. : ,
a trip to points in South Fla. cost of much needed repairs on the and to the Good Friday .': ..
and for the drive thru the Spring club house the Com: Ulma besides all the little J .. ::
Vann of Jacksonville
Mitchell
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country side. Braswell, Virginia Chandler, Thel- tacts that make a day "to :.t, .\
Easter vacation with : "
spent :
They returned Sunday to their ma Fisk. : .).
his friends Mr.and Mrs. Al Denton. ; :. :::::; .
home on Mulberry Street. The door prize for this meetingwas ( A beautiful bouquet of
. given by the Jasper Laundry He comes often but because it was roses on the flower stand I ,'...' ... .'.'... ".
,"John Harvey Oehlert" the hand- and consisted of two door switch ':! Easter this was a very special'got home Sunday were .:.. '

some little boy, son of Harvey and plates and a certificate for $5.00 visit. I but three gorgeous reds. II
Pat Oehlert was born Thursday worth of dry cleaning: a most I "You may break, you I
:Mrs. Al Denton brought the
April 11 at Pinview hospital, The welcome and appropriate gift. It me ter the vase if you will II
beautiful of white
little boy weighed 6 lbs 6% oz.. was drawn by Mrs. Blanch Deas. ( bouquet roses- scent of the roses clings I
when full but at first
|white
grown
He is welcomed not only by the The program concluded;, guests still." The friendship that
family but by the many friends of? gathered around the attractive tea j in bud hey are a deliciate yellow. the gift. Later I find ":'
the OeWerts. ,-, table for delicious eats. The Easter She brought this rose from her lies came from Maybelle
". theme was used in decoratings.This I mothers home in :rennes's and garden.
I i since it blooms near Easter it's her .
DURANTA MAKES USEFUL, committee Mrs C. D. .ff
SHRUB Barker Jr. Chairman. Mrs. Elmer j custom to give little bouquets to Doris and Melvin O' ': ,,;

Yellow berries in graceful clus- Deas, Mrs. Jules Gibbs. Mrs. I her older friends..* little son of Jax spent the ;. "I:
weekend with'Mr. and Mrs. ... .
James Martin, Irs.Clinton Mitch :
ters characterize Duranta .
repens i Charlton and Lou Prather and I S. f
n which is a very useful shrub for l1. Frank of .
Chuck and Chapel
this area. The final meeting for the Woman sons I quoted from ..' .;Fi.:: .;:
I Hill S..C came down Thursday for, A Gold Fish" lived in: A45'WideTrac1z
It has small leaves, slender stems aub.Jor this season will .be the., j a
Easter.-holiday here and r 4
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and the weight of fruits makes an May Breakfast Plans are beingmade returned Tues. j h
in Live Oak. They
His
arching appearance of the branch- for a delightful occasion. experimental o\Vner .
April 17. glass partition throught the .
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of the bowl. .. :
Although the Duranta may be Folks don't sit on front piazzas Mrs. Elmer Hacker of Cross .
killed back at 28 degreesit revives much on Lydia St. but I do.I City visiting her daughter and Then he dropped some ji4i\\ ;,;. : ; 1J'? ;
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quickly in the spring and will dusted me off a chair and sat family Mr. .and. Mrs.. .J. W' Kelly. I bowl enclosed off from the tifnl:":"r!': ;" '''''':'.'':'<':' ....;: .... '......;,<: V flower and fruit again ,the same out in the gorgeous sunshine Thurs
The Goldfish darted
year. day before Easter. A wedding of interest to many I Pontiac
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that
Jasper folks was invisible bane He tried '!.t' v V if'ize0 PONTIAC DEALER FOR A WInCIoIOIS t* WIDE-TRACK3 AND GOOD USED CAR*. TOO
Charles Frederick -
thy Ann Dugans to
t6.rJ.BltJf1Cfl $ Winton at the Glendale Com- again but the only result
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ytl&urtn munity Church, Jacksonville. Mr. bruising: of the' nose. OTTIS BROWN MOTORS
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Winton taught in the J. H. S. a i j i! Finally the poor Fish

number of years ago. He now I i (Continued on Page I 500 W. HOWARD ST. LIVE OAK.
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.CEFOUR THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA' FridayApriI19,163
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longer interested in our vacancies. MAPLE GROVE HOME Nod OF TIJANKS membered. .
: 'Small' Wheat ...1 I I I Children and Grand children
1ltqe. 1SpttJt thg I We do know,that is is exceedingly DEM. MEETS: Our, recent-sad loss leaves us
of Mrs. A. E. Taylor
difficult to entice top flight instmctors GrowersExplained!!egist. with'grateful hearts toward neighbors
| Published Every Friday: -.l- into such surroundings. We 1 I Last Wenesday, April 10, Maple II,I and-friends. Their I
comforting .
i Second Class Postage Paid at JaSper Florida wan to reach the point where we Grove Home Demonstration Club E[ J
SPIRIT Duplicator ,
of and paper
can be rather selective in the tea- held their regular meeting at the expressings sympathy
Subscriptions Strictly in Advance
I thoughtfulness will always be re- aDd standard also New Ofce.l .>
't j' chers we employ rather than to beg Just why "small farm" wheat Education Building; of the Methodist -I
$3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County -
just anyone to accept the position -operators are being,asked.to regis- Church at White Springs. The I
Cards Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum. i that we have to offer. Beforewe ter at the ASCS County Office more meeting was called to order by l I

Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 can reach this point we must I than 7 days advance of the 1964 Vice President,. Mrs Roy Cooper. BE WISE-

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert, Editors and Publishers improve our surroundings. 1 wheat program referendum was Devotional was given by Mrs, Garret -I
Our physical education programis clarified today by M. T Miler, Langdale. The roll was called
exceedingly inadequate. These Chairman. Agricultural 'Stabiliza by Secretary Mrs. Pearsall Four-
students spend most of their time tioin and Conservation County Com. I akers. Eleven members were!: Protect Your Tobacco ,Against

bouncing: on the bus between the mittee. present. Visitors were Mrs. Viola 1 i i .

. You And Your School . !I high school and the gym. In a 551) "Small farm" are ,those with II Allison. Little Hughe Hunter, Quinn
Karen Shaw.
- I. I .I minute period they must mount the wheat allotment of less than I WaHron, and I
i bus ride to the- ym ..dress in their acres. All growers on such a 151 I The minutes were read by Mrs. HAIL & WIND :
by M L. Powell. Principal, Jasper Schools Fourakers and adopted. i'
gym clothes, play a little while, un- will,be eligible to vote in the May I
dress from their gym clothes, redress -21 referendum if the operator o fthe Plans was made for this dubs I .
On several occassions we have making courses. As a result we do in their School clothes mount farm indicates in advance an inten- activities at the Festival in the t I

endeavored to point out the needs I not have enough girls taking the the school bus ride back to the high tion to participate-'in foe programas 3rd and 4th of May at the Memorial !1 I BY INSURING WITH .II

for Improved school plant facilities home making courses to warrant a school in time for the next class an aUotmep grower if the pro Also a cook out was planned for II III I
I What can be expected from ,.a.rnvsi gram te approved. This choice has for our May meeting. With no other
and equipment for the Jasper High full homemaking instructional unit. ",.l education program set up to be made at the county office by 1 I business the meeting was turned I I FARM BUREAU MUTUAL
School students. This week we This has created a real problemthis I
m pivh a basis .as this? Were it May 13. over to our agent, Mrs. White. She I

'. would like to call year and has resulted in Jose-I,I not for state regulation requirements According to the Chairman, voter gave a very interesting demonstra-j
/ j attention to some ing funds for this department this 1 I for sraduatidh. it would actually eligibility" for the"1964 wheat refer- tion how to arrange'* INSURANCE COMPANY
; ,specific areas &: be better tel? dispense with endum order to make rooms more comfortable I
problems t h atmust 'year. Why are the,girls not interested is established by law, much ', f
this until we could providefor the state as well as attractive.
I nrosram same way as law provides
in the This is true sim-
be
courses.
4 if we overcome are- ply because our'department is unattractive I it under more desirable condi-;.that voters be legal residents of the Refreshments were served\ and I Ij IjI r
tions.Hrw. ,State, subject to State laws, and enjoyed by all. -
to have ] very cramped ,
a more quarters m"mr of our patrons have registered to vote at a prescribed I If) !S1iWA NN.t'e .

j I meaningful effective school and I too enough few sewing kitchen machines units, and to not'accom-near I I ever visited our present band.roomif j I i i time in advance pf the election. --------- I I % Half 1- Pints., t9? YAt/l'B J) lRJES ,

could rightly call it a j jI
vou
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I modate the number of in
program. girls our t No one is being told how to vote,
z Our science lab!;school who ought to betaking advantage I I band room. Heating and ventilationhas f:Mr. Miller emphasized. The referendum as 15 acres of wheat without: being gip. Our milk and cream is
and lecture room''' of our homemakingcourses. been a major problem in this; ballot is secret, and the producer subject to marketing quota penal-'I school
and have not yet fresh as a high
are among, the weakest facilities of I. area we success-I I does not have to declare in ties have been terminated by the 2 as
fully solved it. We had quite
our academic: program. We feel I The vocational ag. shop and de- of cold days this winter advance how he will vote on the new law. The new law also remov- sophmore.. Drink your
that we have made quite a. bit of partnren is a parallelism, of the ber very I!program. The small-farm operator ed authorization for production of( ,1
and this was most uncomfortable glass of health at
room | every
improvement in this area: within I I home making department. Thereis times. Then when it becomes -j:-like,other wheat growers may up to 30 acres of wheat for feed or
at
the last two years even under the not enough room and not enough do vote "yes or uno'-as he chooses. other use on the farm where it was meal. \ "
for the band to :
existing conditions. But we have I equipment. Our Home making tea-I necessary exercies on the football I What the small farm wheat opera produced.For -., milk every' A a -
bought nothing of a permanent na- I cher has resigned and our, Vocational some marching tor indicates on the form MQ-24, 1964, each participating small .
_
field students experience 4.. ., -
ture because we had no place to I Ag. teacher has been transferred -t these :'which he files at;the county office farm will have an allotment which __ _. .- ;
and
the difficulties experiences -
store it or fixtures to which scienti I to,another teaching position I same of the physical educational -:'I by May 13, is that, ,if marketing will be the larger of (a) the .
fie apparatus might be attached.We in the school. This makes J Jt -"-es-I I quotas are approved he wants his farm's allotment based on the na-I Use Our '
students.We .
have added only consumable sary for us to have to look for botha I farm to be eligible for what price tional allotment, or (b) 90 percentof Quick Drive-In
supplies to the science program.I II home making and'a vocational J could go on to tell you how !support, for marketing certificates, the farm's average 1959-61; wheat
You cannP.t;.'teach. today's science ag. teacher this year. Frankly, we hard it is to teach math in our class and for acreage diversion paymentsHe acreage but not more than 15 Service
courses effectively without the necessary feel just a ,little hesitant and em- rooms and on the boards that you I is aware that these various acres. All the production from the! -ON-

laboratory equipment. barrassed to show prospective tea-I can't tell!' ,a decimal point from I I parts of the wHeat program will participating farm's allotment PURE SWEET .
We face: another real problem in chers our departments. In the pastwe some other dot on, the board. We be available growers who keep acres may be marketed free of erv.fresh butter ,

our Homemaking Department. As it have had such teachers to-takea '.could tell you about the inadequate and meet other program provisions., I quota penalties. Rich as gold MILKAtempting
now is girls find very little inducement look: at these surroundings and and unattractive lunch room facilities The :"small grower" is merely Under the wheat program a farmer dish and otherfor
to really go in for the home I immediately!! tell us they were no we could tell'you how difficultit "choosing; to participate as an with a'' small farm allotmentwho and old.
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young
.-.---,. ,, .. " = = = j- is to properly administer the allotment grower in advance of r did not choose to participate r Dairy Products,
l total school under the (iin would be able to Y ,
program the vote. --* I the program
Protect Your Crop Investment i present conditions. When you happen The Chairmanjexplaned that for-I plant the larger of his alltment or

to be in one place you often mer legal provisions under 'which his 1959-61 average acreage, but

HAIL INSURANCE need to be in the other. We want any farm couldproduce as. muchKEEP not more than 15 acres, without as
very much to give your children --- ,..,.. --- marketing quota penalty. However
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quality education. We are trying to he would not be eligible to vote in 1 r
do the best job we can with what the referendum, and would not be

Representing. Old, Reliable we now have, but we cannot do the eligible for diversion payments or CASH
Stock Companies. job as it ought to be done unless we I price support. Wheat produced on MlTI:

improve our facilities and equipment I such farms'could be marketed ,or U s AiH Cit Vr
This cannot be done unless used as seed or feed.
you the parents and patrons see
k I
I>that it is done It takes so much to
PROMPT SERVICE ,have a good school. You must have 4.k i

good facilities and equipment, you
S must have good teachers, you must
LIBERALADJUSTMENTS have capable administration, you fG1F) :'

10 must have a good program of stu- !!

dies and you must have an interested < ,
F. B. ,HARRELL Insurance AgencyJasper public willing to pay the bill.

Then you will have quality educa-
792-4881 rJ3
tion of the first magnitude. This is *-*-

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SIX THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA Friday April 19, 1963 I'I ;'



Burnham News \with George their Young parents*and Mr:Mr. .and.Mrs.I and' Mrs. Senior. Chatter I j TO BE ,HELD FIRST WEEK IN MAY- I I ;


By LOIS ZIPPEREU f Leon Scaf J'f.i' .*>. -. :. .. Jennings Hi Uth ANNUAL FOLKS .FESTIVAL.. ;*J Public Announcements r

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What do "success"! 0 d r'.J.i ;, *I I ..
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we mean Ssriotis i 'f'Oh ,
Mrs. "Leutner bi" J1 '
Mr and Edward : -
::; I X07 Music'ubs.There J
Success by ,whose. standards? The ( -fair ifoul'a1na The JJforida Folk FestivaT will eration is no IN CIRCUIT.COURT. IN THE ''111'11'I COURT.
and children and,Mr. and Mrs..Gar, .time-w ere art,thou other THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 Ttimn ji i 1)11 i 'JAL, CIRCUIT off I
for the.
Bible tea hes that God is the final fairt.cjusf To* take on some of the aspects of the charge \;ent r :than;the .
Joules FLORirvX HILTON *
f jone j IN AND FOR HAMILTON'COUNTY. f I IN AND FOB
Judge before whom we shall all]{rod Sullivan and'children of Macon oldtlme. three ring, circus duringits usual gate fee for entrance into the FLORIDA I COUNTY In Cf*herr. ,
will then Ga. and Mr., and Mrs. Joe Corbet day of rest. llth annual renewal at the 1 Memorial's spacious and beautiful BRADFORD STRICKLAND. .i PIONEERS FINANCE COMPANY, a
stand one day. God proclaim ) beofre tI... 1
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n will not'be long Plaintiff
us successful or unsuccessful I Sullivan o fLive Oak spent Saturday Stephen Foster Memorial here May::grounds, -on which are located the I Plaintiff,
that rocker. -
Bill Krisher ,and Sunday with) their parents Mr. sit on the front porch in I 34-5, Thelma A. Boltin directorof Foster Musemum and the 97-bell RAXDOLPII STRICKLAXD, EARNEST MeLAIN sad RUTH :MAR l

I and Mrs. Joe divan. They came As usual with the Jerry prize and at Ben the walked Easter the colorful event said today. carillon tower overlooking the Su I tingle, et aL.DefendantsIN Stephen MeIAI. his and vtifei Zillie sad E. Stephen Ge rae hi*

Mrs. Annie Morgan returned| to be with' them sister Mrs. Andy away Egg Hunt. "Of course the main perfor- wannee River. THE NAME OF AND THE BY STATE THE OF wife Jhof ....t..
AUTHORITY
home Friday night after spendingthe Fox and children Chicago, HI. Betty Gean how about your blue mances will continue be on the I' FLORIDA: I NOTICE OF SALE f

past four weeks in Miami and ,who has ..be n :spending the past spots. Memorial's outdoor stageoverlooking TO RANDOLPH whose residence STRICKL.Is Echols XD. suant Notice to is a hereby Final Decree given that or Fore-pur-

Pompano with her sons and family. I several days with her parents. I The Seniors tried to be Tarzans the Suwannee River," Miss I Single County. Georgia and whose Post closure entered in cause numbered i
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Morgan and They all returned.. home Sunday Boltin said "but we are planninga I Office address U Jasper Florida R. NOTICE OF LEGISLATION I
I last Wednesday at the egg hunt. F.D., ROY STRICKLANb, and wife, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice .
Mr.and Mrs. Monte Joe Morgan. 1 i afternoon, ,'. I Brenda hada hurt toe- a big ole multitude of associated or satelite .: OIITUAMES LULA STRICKLAND, whose residence is hereby given of intention to '
.. '.:.,,. ..to'entertain visitors at I is Echols County. Georgia nnotitn the 1913 Session of the
.
Her son, Monte Joe and family accompained ,. : I boy jumped off the swing and activities i Office address Is Florida Legislature for passage of
and whose Post
her home from Porn I Mrs. Minnie Waters had several the hurt. I several points in the park. R.FJX. Jasper Florida: CURTIS an act authorizing the county com
caused
home with her Sun I wife, RUBY mlssioners of Hamilton county touse
of herchi1driPn] STRICKLAND and
examole.} there will be a
:
per Down at the memorial on "For a portion of the secondary roadmoniea
whose residence is
STRICKLAND
day. They ftwfefs ;j.tr. and Mr?. Ruth lIami1-1'Punch and Judyshow for children I I I -hols County Georgia and Post accruing to the county for '
ton Day,
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Lambert and County laving certain streets in Jasper-
Office address. R.F.D., Jasper, Florida -
of crafts
| Woodrow Waters and children I Pictures there will beftwo arts -and and
of Deland and Mr. and Mrs. I others liked the Band. i ; RALPH STRICKLAND and wife Jennings and White Springs
son Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Monroe j taken. .._. I Ir. tents 1witp wide variety of ,products MRS. LXLLA D. WOODARD JUANITA STRICKLAND, whose residence certain roads leading to public.
were
of Gaines- be.
t
Richard Cunningham 1(9' ? I schools and public buildings
Waters and chfHren Jacksonville exhibits will be shown in the I and address is Crystal River.
ville several days over the Chuck ''.nd'C. W.att.r" h*"."* I Florida; Bi;TTY JEAN-CARTER and selected by the county commissionersand
spent M" and Mrs. Jerry Parker'and r. Carillon Tower and Foster*M Jseum I Mrs. Lilla D. Woodard 86, a resident husband EDWIN CARTER whose recommended to the state road
weekend with their parents Mr. and I many admirers especially faithe_ and addre I in Lake City, department to do the paving
children of Atlanta and Mr. and ,( and several- groups plan to serve of Madison County since 1881 I residence
C A. Avriett County Attorney
and HENDER ;
ANN
Cunningham. Mr. ,tenth grade I Florida SHIRLEY
Mrs. Ralph
also Mrs. G. W. Waters. and children ofArcadia. I I really do the Hame-Bone./w 1 I meals .representing various nation- 1' passed! away Wednesday afternoonin I RON end: husband ALTON HEND April 12, 19, 26. May 3 1X3
Cunningham
:Mrs. Richard Syl can and address
i whose residence -
alities. Madison County Memorial Hospital ERSON
'
spent some time: in Madison with '. iw::- Linda Betty Gean, E'dna d Lyn: 1 1Pfte ]. is Statenvllle. Georgia: '\ '
Mrs Cunningham's parents Mr. ha c'n' wonderful day Tuesday !I "We planto have any number of after a brief illness. I I A sworn bill of complaint havIng I NOTICE OF LEGISLATION!
If you wish to gain-reputation 1|! events to give specta- She was born in Thomas County been filed in this Court against.ou TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
and ?wlrs. Angus Armstrong. for being close mouthed, make a They went to Lovers Leap- -could participation I I the relief therein being sought NoUN te hereby given
I I.tors an opportunity to get acquainted Georgia, the daughter of the late Quieting Title and Other Relief. You of Intention to apply to the 19CS Ses-
I not find out why.
practice of telling; only your joys. with folk singers, dancers, watp' Mr and :Mrs. Richard Cash. She I I are required to answer said complaint Mon of the Florida Legislature for
Mr. and Mrs: Dewitt Green and Marpellene Cox We really missed Joyce and Rod. I on or before April 29th. 19C3. passage of an af't. the substanc re

children of Lakeland Fla. and chil- '. ger on Tuesday. 'Do wish that you i i witchers, whip A folk crackers dance and workshopis other fe the 'widow of the late Rev. AustinN I I Florida.furnishing Plaintiffs to C. A. Avriett. Jasper copy, lating board of to county an act commissioners authorising the of
confess
dren of Pompano spent some time Mr, and Mrs.. Harold. Parady of ronld have gone with us i performers. Woodard. and was the oldest thereof else decree pro will Hamilton county to use the county
I scheduled, and we plan to have I be-entered against you. / and labor for improvement *
man member of Macedonia Baptist equipment
sister and fa- (inmore
head I
last week with their with I Jorrv. our
Jacksonville, spent sometime I and dancing gettogethers HMTVSS TOT hand and the official and maintenance of public
mily, Mr. and Mrs Leonard Mc- their mother and sister Mrs. Mellie ways than one) will he speaking I folk singing church. seal of thi Court at Jasper Florida cemeteries school grounds!!, and
after the regular programs. this 22nd day of :March A. D. 1963. similar public places or roads conn -
Qilley. Deas and Wanda over the weekend. l down at Mayo on Friday. He really; 1 She is the mother of 15 children I I Thelma Lewis. ..etinas."-h public places to state \\1

Mr. and Mrs Connie Breslin and ,.." ..,,,. .,.::. hr<* fun Tuesday. 1 1I I "In short," Miss Boltin said, "we of which eight survive: four daugh- I! Clerk. Circuit Court or county highway system

son Tony were'down from Atlanta Mr. and- Mrs. S. M. Morgan and I Bye Jerry hate to leave now. are trying to expose all interested ters,.Mrs. Hubert Burnett of Route I''r. A. Avriett..Tanner. Florida. i C. A.n Avriett., 19. 28 County and :May AttoraayApril 2 IMS :i

spending the weekend with Mrs. children of Jacksonville, Mr. and Wayne had a treat last Tuesday. :I visitors t- the old, treasured"! ways Jasper, Mrs. Lawton McCullough: Mar 2
Breslin's mother Mrs. Jimmie Deas Jackie did a fine job when he and days of our forefathers. of Winter Haven, Mrs. Vernon tIN

Monte Joe Mrs/'Ronald Morgan of PompanoMr. of'spoke i on the early settlement of I As usual, the festival, with its Wells and Mrs. Finley Day, both I 7,0\iNG: f'II.\\G" S tOHUNTXJUDGH.Tflft-COURT. OF TUB
and Morgan '
Mr. Bill Burnham of Washington, participating entertainers IIRAKIGA
Belleville. 2,000 or more VIIA 11.TON BOUNTY
Kel-
four
of Madison Charlie
sons, t
; Hearing will be held before
Georgia and Mr. and Mrs. Sheman Live Oak and.;M jv'and Mrs. J. W. Judy Crosby gave some very in- from Florida and several ly and Norman all of Madison M. I pnbllo the Jasper Planning and Zoning FLORIDA. IX. PROB4TE.IN .
Burnham and children of Lakeland Skeen had dinner..with their mother Cresting superstitions.: I'other states, will be held the first Board on Tuesday April 23, 1963. REt ESTATE OF.ltAy' -
:
C. of Pinetta; 29 grandchildren and at 7:30 at the Jasper City Hajl/ O. CAOV! Deceased
spent the weekend with their par- Mrs. -Annie. Morgan- Sunday. Mike gave us many interesting I week-end in May coinciding with : 'o consider p-m. the following: TO ALUCRMi ITbRS AND
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Burnham. e facts about West Lake National Music Week. The seven 41 greaf grandchildren, Also one 1. Petition to erect a New Church PERSONS ItiviNO CLAIMS OR
Mr and Mrs Keith Nickolsonand scheduled at sister Mrs. Maude: Anew >t Bar- Building In a Residential area DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
Eddie spoke on :Micco Town. \formal programs are --.red |> t\ located In Block 17. ESTATE:
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Selph son Robert of BeaumontS. We are packing for our trip. Big 10 a.m.,1:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Fri- tow and a brother. Coley Cash. of Caldwell Survey ,at 10th Avenue I You and each of you are hereby

and children Scotty Stephanie and 'c.. are spending several days, doings the night of graduation. |day and Saturday, May 3-4, with the Jacksonville. I and You 3rd must Street.' be present N. W. to voice yourobjection notified, and required to present,any
demands
Rodger Dale of Jacksonville spent with their parents Mr, and Mrs. I Oh, I most forgot to mention 1 concluding program at 3 p.m., Sunday Funeral services will be held Friday .' or son) 'objection to this. claims either of and you, may have which against you the or

the Easter weekend with their Anson.Johnson.. / about elegant affair which will J May 5.Because at three p.m. at Macedonia petition. estate of RAY O. CASON deceased,
... an 2. Petition to change lot ;5. Mock late of said County, t8 the County
Ernest
parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zippererand I be coming off on Savturday night, I of the various participation -: Baptist Church. Rev. Gurr ill Lang's Survey, from R-1A to Judge of Hamilton County. Florida
Mr .and Mrs. Melvin Selph. I Mrs. Wilmer: Deas and children April27. banqugg Do you events Miss Boltin said she will officiate. Burial will be in the It 2 w"h permission to park a house at his office in the court house, of
trailer said lot. located on
on
sss visited Mrs. Deal" parents: Mr. and have. your date? GTe'our: finery: hopes that visitors 'will'bring along church cemetery with Beggs Fun- West Central Avenue and 6th said county at Jasper. Florida within

Miss Faye Kramer and friend, Mrs. T. .A. Fletcher in Valdosta out so that your frfeiids; will not dancing shoes, your musical instru- eral Home of Madison in charge. connected Street S.to W.utilities Said and trailer occupied.to be six the calendar first publication months from of this the time notice.of

Mrs. Robbie Robertson were home Sunday aftemnon.. .."' smell moth balls. -****\tla ments to play hoedown session any :You must be present to voice youibb'Jectlon Two copies of each claim or demand:
from Jacksonville spending some So long tilgig; ? colorful costumes from the old t .. or. ", objection to this I shall ,be In writing and shall state
''Mr and Mrs Robert Culbrethand titionLILLIAN the place of residence and post offfefr
time with Faye's mother Mrs. Eliza did for and samples of old-timey REMBRY Clerk.. .
P. S. The girls npjvcare I days City address of the claimant, his agent
beth Kramer over the weekend. mother, Mrs. Rosie Culbrethand the band as much as*.thai did for I hand crafts and home' remedies. I HELP STOPMALICIOUS April 12, 19, 1963 or attorney, and accompanied by a filing .
Aunt Mrs. Charlie'Deas attend ::... fee of one -dollar and such' claintor
uniforms. -W SWHITF. I The Festival which draws many demand not so filed shall be void.
Senior Master Sgt, and Mrs ded the flm-era of a friend Mrs. .J thousands of Floridians, Georgians : Matt Marable.. as Adf
Aubrea Young and children of Rosa Lee Parrish in Howell, Ga. l. i ministrator of the Estate- ,
| and tourists annually, is sponsored
Coca Beach spent the week end Sunday afternoon.. SPRINGSNEW'S\ WOODS BURNING1'It ) i of Ray O Cason. deceas-I
Memorial
.LL "" -. --... 0. ( by the Stephen Foster lHO" y..ir- ed.
I Commission .the. Stephen Foster First publication April 19. 193.
LocAL STORE Apr 19 %6. fay 3. 10. 19 3Ouc"BigBpy
: --, Folklore Guild'and the Florida Fed r
CERTIFIED ...: by Sirs. Mary Collins

\ '. : Jk. I The Beta Club sponsored by Mr.

I C .A. McDuffie are planning a
SWEET POTATO PLANTS
,. play. It will be held at the school L.ii'ri'
\
., :;{xvi
:4 f:- t- San1rtay evening, April 27, at 7 p.m. ;
'
Fourth quarterly/fcbnference fort
Georgia Red, Red Gold Rush, Care Gold,
.... e charge will be hehi atthe Met o,. i e3 XaaaY; ; a2.azA:; : ,:c
'" And Centennial Varieties v" Y'. ''st r"Tch" Surdiy evening 7 pm.- 1 3 -l

April 21.Reports.
-'
will be ,given and th< ''

Schroer Plant"FarmsValdosta 1 budget and officers will be announced t' yr : ; :,

:' .4 and approved for the coming

Telephone, Ch. 2-8230 year. The speaker will be Dr. Mo a }}; aukrr: C<:

.Kinley.. Everyone is. cordially invited. : ': :

Mrs. Kitty Carver is in Lake ShorE/ "rJ

Hospital undergoing surgery. W<

wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. .

Bartow Jackson has been recovering J

nicely, but he suffere<
YOU SHOULD ACT' MORe I'VE'ALREADY rrs c.Re.AT"1O KNOW another attack Monday night an
TOO ACE SO CLOSE TO
THEM
THREATENED
DIPLOMATIC. SEND is confined to his home agauOui
THE KIDS TO ME AND WITH THAT .t1 )
tXL CET THEIR MINDS prayers and best wishes are for hi:
G S CO.
..
OFF THE SUBJECT _.
BV sllulria-ro I ) : recovery.
YHeM.r -m +

"' TOE AND HOME SQUARE OP SERVICE OEAUNO We're Noting Our ,

FIRST :

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ANNIVERSARY

fIIIUS.___ I
I We thank everyone for I, -, : > .

their patronage. On Sat. /

Low Price $6.95 urday April 20, well. ..rSy.
", NIGHT PHONE.
.
,' :' ; have SPECIALS and.: r. : r

PER CYLINDER' Wfcft amore Z-3 001 GIFTS FOR ALL!.

CASH ON DELIVERY :- Drop In and Say Hello!

Uncle 'BudsGROCERY ._:- ;:vq
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HOtLC>W Y'S

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Naomi and Bud Kramer"If v v A ASd,6 w.ru:;;x c-,...,. ..aM,,.,..... ......, ,
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;;!) ') FLORIDA ti a s' call it "BIG BOY" b accuse it is big the Kennedy's reduced freight rates legislation

_you cafl keep your liead forgest bgx. car, we believe ver built for regucommonly called "minimum rates" legisIaq'arserviC -

I'A When all about you '' on uny'railroad ih the world. Why so tion) now before Congress. All common carriers '

-p .\ -'-. -- ----- it's fun.onyt '._#::-? Are losing their and ? 4 big?,So it can: ,haul more freight at less cost. So -rail, highway and waterway-will have

? at Redington Beach blaming it on you, t cati- 'for For freedom to reduce rates '
r>** saVe>noney you never forget, on agricultural products -

It's real fun at the Billows, overlooking If you can trust. yourself w;.;-.:;mall .*' ... ." the person at the-nd of the line who picks up and bulk commodities such as coal, grain,
I the Gul ...Full sized kUoiien IfofImentt, mendoubt, \
completely furnished, for all the family. But make allowance for theirdoubtingtoo -.>" the tab for freight transportation charges is sand, gravel, salt and sugar. This will help>

Close to bathing, shopping, racetracks, \ r you, the consumer. ;e lower your cost of living. Small shippers will

sightseeing golf,and fine restau- Yours is the Earth and everything : i be helped, too because this is "small shipper"

I rants. Beautifully. .kept grounds, that's in it "BIG BOY" is only one of an ever-growing ; \ ; ,.
that will give them the advantages
I end.white san v beach., Lovely biff fleet the largest in the South_ of new.legis1atioh same
And which is more you'llbe .
furnished apartments :: large shippers have.
r COMPLETELY now
FtjRN1SHED double occupancy, from sfman, my son!" .cost-cutting special-purpose freight cars Most

APARTMENT $40 to $50 per week, '.The above is Kipling's .-U-' of them were developed by Southern. In the past In the national interest in your pocketbook

for two. ;'which. makes sound sense in this few years we have spent hundreds of millions of interest- write your Congressman to support
..
wMf
W Plck You Up" hectic.age of doubt and indeci ,
1 WEEK Write for Information sion. f dollars for new customer-tailored freight cars HJL 4700 and your Senators to support & 1061.{)

'FOIL Two rrvaf/ons It-makes.......sense' ,too, for '. new diesel engines, modern electronic yards and ,This is public interest legislation that can help

MAY to JAN you ladies to:*?**er,.laandryth for other cost-cutting equipment and improvelowerYour transportation bills by several billion

j P71uJe9Jam:!11'UID ...:' most i tu>'t g:'A :.gay. We f..i t 'upon ts. We try to share with you the savings In' dollars each year. .
advantage /J
mea of coarse by taking -" .- -
i -r
-
of the latest self-service costthatresuitfromourlmprovedral'lroadtech.
APAI IINf NaraTYLuitdNE laundry, aad ctoaabftg equipment nology. But our efforts
In the area at JASPER LAUNDRY "
39l-9224 prices are often blocked by outmoded discriminatory -
&'CLEANERS ,
16813+ GULF tOUUVAID..H SOUTHERN > -

.> fHGTON,KACH Watch for a red date oa :r..r regulation. ----- .=- __ f
1
ST. rmtauts i. aottox ''dry cleaning ticket its worth .
0 i Thepub1ic-that'syou-willsa'Vehug sums RAILWAY SYSTEM

L.. ....a.;. ...... ........ ...... ....... ...... ...... ... ..A.. -.eo In dry cleaning trade. : h
of with the enactment of President .
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-riday, April 19, .1963 .-.- >= THE....: JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA _' '-- .,. PAGE SEVEN ;
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4 TOd( Testament: Toe -K -,'; .whether..you tike/it for: credit, or Wheat AllotmentsEffectiveln* '$ r t: .** NOTICE OF UNPAID Suwannee SiverBoatACade l,nee River Countryaloljg that stor- tendance is by invitation only.
audit 1t.i .Schoolteachers and any ied river and its tributaries.n
TANGIBLE PERSONAL The boat.aeadeVU1 begin at
= *,. 'other!persons.under-contract to the All I Each,of the .'"
three Branford
PROPERTY TAXES i To BeEnjoyable previous boat- with an afternoon cruise
Taught Bond of P-i:1'" Instructon can take a-cades has been
f larger and more
the Course for $3.00 The Class will down Suwannee River, up into
In, Jasper meet for'3 hours one night a week, Wheat States As provided 'by 'Chapter 20723 AffairFlorida's .' i i'I (!:Chairman enjoyable John than C.the others, and the Santa Fe River, then on to Fan;

i ; for 16 weeks.' If ,you are interestedin Acts of 1951, that tangible personal put-I!'[predicts the 1963 Camp of Jasper niin Springs. Next day the cruise
Wheat allotments and quotas property taxes assessed for 1952 political leaders will echtjon will top
taking the course please contact win continue on to the town of
A course in "Tnt oduction To The 'I [them all in enjoyment I
if they are approved in the May 21 are now delinquent and beginning aside governmental problems for a
Old Testament" will your minister or Mrs. J. A. Stephens 1 I j Suwannee at the mouth of the ri
be taught in and ,them name referendum will apply in all J with April first are now drawing :weekend of fun on the famous and_I Chief guest of honor, of course
give your
Jasper: next fall if
in taking the enough Course.are It wille interested and the night of the 'Week that wheat producing states and on all J interest of one percent per month beautiful Suwannee River, April'I I j will be Governor Farris Bryant, ver.Meals for the distinguished
farms growing 1964 wheat ,plus the proportionate cost of who took part in the 1961 boat-a- guests
would suit you best. We would very crop pub- 27-28, on the Biennial Suwannee River '
\) an Extension Course Under the will
much like to know by early in the according to Emery Williams; lishing this notice. Legislative BoataCade.This cade with the same. enthusiasm as be prepared by the Branford
auspices of North Florida Junior Chairman I 'did former Governor Area Men's Club, the Game and
Agricultural Stabilizationand Unless the amount set opposit Lerpy Collins
how people would is conducted
summer affair
College and many fun packed -
Dr. JamesC
taught by Conservation before him.Virtually. Fresh Water Fish Commission and i
State Committee.In each name below is paid before the ,
.Moore, Jr. Directors of the Even be interested in taking the course so by the Suwannee River Authority -
please contact your Minister or former years, the allotmentsand I first day of May, warrents will behalf of the legislative all of the" 'state's legislators the Board of Conservation. Other
ing Division. The course be on deleJ.,J.
.taken for 3 may Mrs. Stephens right.away. quotas did not apply in the so-'issue thereon directing levy upon commissioners : along with the Cabinet and activities and entertainment will be
semester hours college gation and the county -\\
called "noncommercial" States ]the tangible personal Little Cabinet members
-t property'of and other provided to make the cruise a
credit, or it be audited. The
cost of the course may will be $16.50 The Jasper Ministerial Alliance those with allotments of 25,000 the taxpayer for unpaid taxes, penalties of the 12 counties in the Suwan-'i key officials, will be on hand. At memorable one.
I acres or less. Futhermore Jn all I and additional costs. -
but one year 1962, a grower The name of delinquent personal JASPER SENIOR PLAY GREATLY

., ..... -.... .. .. ..- 1 could produce up to 15 acres of property payer *and .the..amount ... a .-''K .* '*", ',. <* **'YfD. :.
.. .... &, -
"
wheat Jasper School
without 'to High
being subject of taxes including the cost of Advertising -. .. Seniors produced their an-
r. I marketing quotas penalties, even and the first month's penalty .. .:'i ,;xrpr|;,$e'iior Phy last week, and a fair sized audience

.1 though he exceeded his farm allot are as follows: enjoyed it thoroughly. Leading parts were played
PEARLE OPTICAL MEANS : ment. Likewise, small growers George Avriett .......*....... 34.93 by Susan Levin} and Billy Dan, both of whom did an
could produce up to 30 acres of IA. T. Beaty ..-.......,........ 2103 { .. excellent Job. In picture at left, "Butcher"Boy
CLEAR COMFORTABLE VISION wheat for use only on the farm Annie D. Bell ..............., 8.44 i, Bean" (Rusty Fennell) makes a few threats to,
., ; without marketing quota penalties.The I Bob's Radio & .T. V, .?".,..... 10.86 -..'s.t Grandpa (John Haskins) in efforts to get his sis "

AT.:REASONABLE PRICES. Chairman explained that this 1 Will Cole ...... ............... 6.57 4V:: ter (Virginia Vickery) married, while the' butler.] .'I
.. year none of these exceptions apply (Frank Harmon ........,...... 5.50 Johnny Bitner looks on.
and all farms with a wheat history I JL... M. Howell ................ 16.21 Next below, a scene in which Tony Peterson
will receive wheat acreage al- I Gordon and Jessie Huggins .. 18.89 t ( ., (blonde girl standing) masquerades as Billy Dail's

: ALUlAYJ' lotments. For most farms, the individual ( Lester Hurst .............. 16.21 wile to scare off a couple of prospective brides. Ann
allotment will represent (' Carl Jestes ......:......... 26.91 Taylor and Vicki Goolsby seated make believe' they.
_
that farm's share of the national I William Johns .............. 19.42 are hiS long-lost children.
acreage allotment of 495 million i'CUrley Marshall ............ 4.43 Bottom is another scene from the play rr
"' .the eyes of every patient acres. For "small farms"-those I'Curtis Morgan .............. 13.53,, ,.. ..,,- Nancy Ehlert was announcer before the play, and

't are thoroughly and scientifically with allotments of less than 15 ac- Nep Newsome................ 390 Bd Bembry announced between the acts .. _
examined for disease, res, the farm allotment will be the I i J I I Ralph R";yam .............. 14.07
defects and visual abnormal larger of (a) the farm's allotment Mackey W. Sauls............ 53".68
f b ties.lf needed,glasses will be I based on the.national allotment, or 1'Arnold Scipio .......:........ 13.00F.

., f prescribed to exact require (b) 90 percent of the farm's average L, Smith .................18.35
m eats. And, Pearls Optical, 1959-61 wheat acreage, but not I,Steve's Home Supply...... 80.44
SAM the most complete Optometrie I more than 15 acres. Increases in '' Edmon Tucker .............. 6571: :
ii services and glasses are small-farm allotments will be in I II. (13. W: Tucker ...........1.... 1326'
available at the'most reasonable addition to the national allotment. i E. V. Udell ........4,....... 10.85
cost I. In Florida, farms without wheat Hattie Mae Williarrfs ........ 1086Sndie t
history in the four base >'ears. 1939-: Cox Willis Sta. ...e.... ,26.91 14

R 62, may not grow wheat without it Frank Wright ................ 6.04
I being subject to a marketing quota Dan Wright ................... 1.22 t
Vision Glasses 5 Fitted tenses
Precision Contact
First Quality Single penalty if a quota program is ap- Bobby Wright .............. 2.83 ; '
proved for the 1964 wheat INTANGIBLE
crop. Personal Property
tow $1450. =_ PRICE ONE $7500 I Wheat Allotments will remain in James B. Brown .........:.... 2.88 .
IW A === ONLY+ !I' effect in 1964, Mr. Williams empha- J

Includes Examination Frames : i siized, whether or not quotas are f JENNINGS SENIORS HAVE ,'-
,. Prescription/ Lenses and Carr,. _I Including Examination and Fitts nq. approved in. the referendum to be I, EASTER EGG HUNT rod
:Tar sax | There !Is no finer contact lens made field ';?
Kryptot larial7, Bifocal, Classes. tit _May 2l. ,'c. .
= no matter how much you patE Wednesday preceding the Easter
I j Approvals or: the qua/is-DV f't ;
even $150-$175-5200. Vacation the Seniors went out to
least two-thirds of the
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED growers votj j Mrs. Havener's home for an egg; I
ins would
: mean price support j
hunt and
f party.
; CONVENIENT CREDIT NO EXTRA COSTP participating growers at a relatUef f Mrs Roy Blair Ms. Roy DeVane
ly higher level and diversion pay-j
J j Mrs. Wallace Selph and Miss Inez
ments for shifted from
acreage production -
Of[- Ill Ml UTUtUtKttsitKi McCafl hi dthe eggs The Seniors
: to a conserving use. Dis-
orrownisi a outs had fun hunting for them Prizes
1.1 10 IrrOIITI! tIEasu approval of the quotas would mean I were given to the ones fiding the
P # s rr
price support at 50 percent of parity

e .a i e wheat to-growers.who allotments: do, and not exceed no diversionprogram. their I Ben most After, Chuck least and and Syl the silver won egg.the prizes.Jerry,

t eating, group played
*
several running games and at 6:00

-- : I everyone left for home. .
HEW 4-II DRESS --: i.
Have you seen the New Dress? I
112 N. Patterson VALDOSTA Phone 242-5858 HERBERT.. HOLLAND TAJCES
: It's two-piece. ,- "*. :
PART IN REVIEW A: $
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v .| It's new and completely different.
For the first time the offical dress Army Sepcialist Five Herbert L.
II CLASS FlED-AD.. "consist of a blouse and skirt. It will, I Holland son of Mr. and :Mrs. NOTICETo
however still be made of the same |Robert T Holland, Jennings, recent I .
crisp green and white cotten cord I ly took part in a motorized review
PLASTIC LAMINATING: Protect- fabric. You can buy this fabric at'I of the 39th Atrillery's 1st Missile
Preserve Beautify Valuable WANTED Insurance Debit In I Lang's Store in. Jasper. '!Battalion in Germany, those who have not paid their 1962 Real-

Photos, Documents. Sealed in plastic Jasper for Man with car from The skirt has unpressed pleats. I| The review displayed equipmentthe

; Wallet size 25c each, larger 25-40 years of age. High School t The blouse made In any of the three t battalion keeps ready to motorize Estate.' Taxes .
size 5c square inch.'Add 2c each for or better education, married and styles -sleevesless) with a convert as part of NATO's strength in
mall orders. I i I must live in Jasper. able c6Har; with roll-up sleeves ,Europe. The Law requires us to advertise Real-Estate Taxes that is not-

dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY, 221 Contact: Guaranty Life Ins. Co. and convex-table collar ;or with a I j Specialist Holland entered the paid by May 1 1st. If you, will pay by May 1 let it will save you cost of

West Howard Street, Live Oak C. C. Leggett Manager, Phone i I,round collarless neckline and. roll 'Army in June 1960 and arrived overseas advertising _
Florida. tfc 752-0261, Lake City Fla. Any- !up sleeves. the following November. 1
_ time between 9 &: 2 Friday A19p I! For futher information contact The 21 yearold soldier 'is a 1960 DAN BRASWELL -
FOR KENT Building now occu- .. i[youTrtHome Demonstration Office graduate. of Jennings High' School. v .
pied by Suregas. Available May 1. .JfI 792-5171 or your Home Demonstration j His wife, Marlis: is with him in Tax Collector.. I
Albert Page Itp lUKE FOR SALE-Boys 13-inch, Agent. Germany. r

new tires. Only $15. Call the --
Jasper News Office. 1tp i

FREE LUBRICATION!
WANTED-.3-lnch irrigation
pipe, .
We will give a FREE Lube Job and about 12 sprinklers Phone .,, I,
with each oil change-for a 792-6331 or 792-4491, 1tp I' i 'II
limited time !
only I
S Firestone Tires REPAIRS-We repair all types j

.Delco Batteriesat TV and radios, also small appliances ,- 1 ;" .
competitive, prices! Mannings Radio Service I di. %:
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FRED TAYLOR'S f uper. SY 2-<<421. tfc. f '. ; : ..
TEXACO STATION

Jasper Telephone 792-2903 SEVERAL USED REFR1GERATORS .
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-Best of condition Pricd .. >
-4 FARMS -WANTED IF YOU to all. Mannings Radio Service : :
Jasper. Phone SY :
2441 .
tfc. Quality
would like to sell your farm, 4
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see us. We have calls for farm NEEDED .i
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every' week. ..W. L. Bryan, Reg. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY wI 1'f .
Real Estate Broker., Phone SY ) "'
in Live Oak, Florida for all your '; ( ;
2-2985 or SY 2.6331 musical needs from organs and ; '

pianos to record and record play. f :
Georgia Plate Glass. Co. I n. tfe t <
S Store Fronts ,
.Mirrors Restlvered JOOD USED TV-Installed for

S Tub Enclosures Showers $100 and tip. Mannings Radio a .
215 W. Savannah Ave CH2-5285 I Service SY 2-4421. Jasper tfc

VALDOSTA FARM FOR SALE-i o acres near ,
DOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 Uve .Oak. Good House. 169 big fro.
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bedrooms, near downtown $7500. pecan trees, L25 acres tobacco.

Let us show you this one, only one Price 22500. See W. L. Bryan, a1 ; C ai E V R O aQ' .
of several listed with Robert Ehlert SY2-2985, or Robert Ehlert SY2-

SY2-6331, or with W. L Bryan SY2- 6331. Registered Real Estate Brokers .,.-,

2985.. Registered Real Estate Brokers tfc. i tfp ===:;=;.;"=:'.;=.. ";==----' 1

i SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field
Cleaning, J. W.
Darby, Jasper I II
i Call after 6 p.m. tfc
FARMERSIt

takes money to make USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR

money. See your cooperativePCA Sal. Good condition. $40. and
for a farmer-planned loan. $50. Manning Radio Repair,
Terms up to 7 years. See North Jasper tfe.
Florida Production Credit Assoc ,
lation HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, in I .
South Ohio Avenue Live
Oak, Florida, Telephone 362-25SS good location near hospital suit-
able for two apartments. 57,000. .
Call W. L. Bryan SY2-2985. or I I
FOR SALE Good Modern Home Robert Ehlert SY2- 33L Reg. Real CHEVRQLTI
and 2 acres on paved road near Estate Brokers. Other. propertyalso

Jasper.$2500 down.Deep See:well W..screened L Bryan porch SY2- available.. I, -" ". ,.,.,.tic., .i

2385 ,or Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331 For Rent or.Sal& -.... 3, bedrp&ni, .. .
Reg. Real Estate Brokers. tfc house., with 3 inch deep well. Outside -- -- ..:tJ --..! --;"_ .

FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne block'of house recently painted. 1 Chevrolet deafer for kind of .
River at Suwannee Springs. Rea be used building for storage on back or .utilities.of lot to .. Telephone your any trucfa{ '

sonable.+ Inqure Robert E alert,'RealErteate Located in Pmett 'T 'Florida _
Broker 792-6331 tfc ':Louise Bland. Admix, Ph. CH2S190.
Ga. : :: W.G.D. CHEVROLET
Valdosta M3p1SIGNS CODING.JASPER .
FOR SALE-one 8-months old Registered .
.
Hereford BulL Calfhood I ._ .. .
', vaccinated. Good bloodline.' Call FOR SALE ,bfeetfT.. -..
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T92-2621. Don Wetherington, Jasper. call THE JASPER NEWS FLORIDA

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