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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: May 17, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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: PRICE I 'lOc PER COPY $3.00 PER YEAR HAMILTON ,COUNTY. JASPER FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1963 VOLUME 93 NUMBER 20



\ Monthly Meeting Minutes Regular Ed. Montgomery's I Air Force 'Fly-over' To CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER _

"Know Hamilton County and Tell Others About Ie-
f l Hamilton CountyCommissioners ,Monthly Meeting Go To Orange ParkThe Note Armed Forces Day Here

JENNINGS, FIXTURE} HOMEMAKERS 1IOTIIEr-D. L'GIITER NIGHT

i' Jasper City Council 'even tenor of our way' was II I Jasper City Manager has been advised by officials Friday,April 19, Jennings F.HA held their annual llfother-t ugh.
not "even" at all after we receiveda er banquet An interesting program including a delicious meal toppedoff
Jasper Florida The'Qty Council of Jasper, Florida copy of the letter sent "To the I t I at Moody Air Force Base that planes based at with strawberry shortcake, was,enjoyed by all.

May 7, 1963 met in regular session.. Monday Session Congregation and friends Moody Field will fly over Jasper at approximately

The Board of County Commissioners evening. :May 6, 1963 at 7:30 p.m. of Churches by Rev. E. Montgomery 11:15 J a.m., Saturday, May )18, in observance of
in and.,for Hamilton County In the City-Hai>of tbeCityof J8S-1 Jr. in the Monday morning Armed -Forces
,Florida met today !in regular ses 1 per with the following r mail. It: was his resignation as Day. ss :
sion and the following members CouncilmankEugene Lang, Chair pastor of these two churches whichhe I In observance of this day, citizens are called' I '--''''- sgfraS- .
I .
were present: Jack -Vinson Guy man; Councilmen Wade B, Norris, .
served! the-
of the United
to display
McGhiru Grover Wheeler L&wton Tom Owens and James L. .Duna-I upon flag States in frontof .

McCuIley\ar.d Aaron Ho arr and j I I way(Attorney F. B, Harrelbl; City I!!I Ed and June Montgomery- ands their homes and places of business as a show of ;
business trans ., Manager Robert H.Fisk. < leaving Jasper'to live in '
the following was ; ns are our, strength and and a4
j unity to tribute thoseof
to
! ," acted. "RV Absent Mayor C. E. Cburtoy.: Orange Park where he becomes pay
The minute' of the last meeting t 1 Chairman Lang called the 'meet!I pastor-,of the Presbyterian Church our arrn x d forces both active and reserve, who

of the .Board- were react. to the :ing in order asking Attorney Hari. '>1 I there This is effective August 1st. stand ,consrant guard against aggression. .L
'Ii- Board:"by the JDeputy ,Circle; and : rell tQ t>pen with prayer" J Jl t .
approved by the .Board'as read by 1 I The minutes o fthe previous meet!! The Montgomerys are a part of 1 I Manymilitary: installations, including Moody .z

t the Depuay.The I l ing were adopted as presented I Ir {[Jasper and hearts are heavy at this I Air Force Base, will be open to the public on this day '
will always be a part
following Resolutions were I r upon With a motion seconde by by Councilman Councilman Owens Dun, i iI j''of news.Jasper.They Their influence is in- I and all citizens who find it possible are urged to visit : :; ,,; 4

adopted by the Board: ,,I away. Motion carried. I'!I Ij I erasible. Their field and our field J one of these installations.
Motion duly made by Mr. McGhin
j Chairman Lang read a report I'has I broadened.
and seconded by Mr. Wheeler that j I.
from the Jasper Planning and Zon-j!
of We must needs go a few blocks
the minutes of the meeting '
larch, 1963 as same appear at | ing Board recommending that the]I further to pass the manse. But Farm Bureau Polls .
( petition of the Church of God for AnnouncedFor .
page 309 of minute book 13, be'' church ,I friendships is not bounded by milesor
to construct
; permission a "No" ,
Vote
corrected to read as follows: : building on Block 47 of Caldwells i townships. Urges Wheat Quota
"Motion was made by Mr. Mc- Survey of the City of Jasper, be I Igranted' I ,
Chin ,seconded by Mr Wheeler to of Mr. On Wheat ControlsThe
; : and the petition ;| Vote On
accent the bid of ROWLAND ,I of Lot 5, :II City Clerk Tuesday .
Hart concerning rezoning Above Edna Creech and Miriam Ncvsc:- d re award-
TRUCK EQUIPMENT. INd"For Block 114 be denied. I 33,000 member Florida Farm I sd their J' .. ,
, Hd { :n.or H me-.n ;ker dc;rcci Ol'S I IJcaff l' v.e; Ellen
the reason that said was j FUND, APRIL 1963 Polling places for the May 21'
Bureau
i Chairman Lang opened'the meetjing GENERAL Federation is currently
waging President '
! so acepted and not that of Gaynor I Annaree Hiers, and Gfenda: How.,"
I for discussion and invited any t an inportant. fight against extended referendum on marketing; quotas
Iron Works. ':present to present their views on Cash Available April 1, government controls in agriculture for the 1964 crop of wheat were. an-
Passed and adopted in regular i(these zoning changes or variances.! 1963 ........ 7,3 .35RECEIPTS nounced today by Joe Mitchell Vice
session assembled this 7th. day'of |' After listening to objections and : chairman. Agricultural Stabiliza-
May, A. D. 1963. <| nonobjections of all who desired to!j I 1962 taxes .....515.70 FFBF President E. H. Finlayson. tion and Conservation County Com
Jack Vinson. Chairman be heard and after considering the I Interest ........ 4.50 520.20 Greenville says his organization is mittee.
I ATTEST, Thelma Lewis Clerk Planning and Zoning Boards recommendations I II i Cigarette Tax ........... 1>5i2-! actively opposing the Administra- Ballots may be cast by .
I ............. 37.60 tion's eligible voters from 8:00: a.m. to
By Alice Jones D. C. ,the petitions for and Parking: Meters wheat certificate plan to be
(SEAL) I, against these zoning changes or Licenses : _:. .............143.00. offered; in a national referendum 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21, at
......... 25.00 the following places
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RESOLUTION variances, and remarks made by Building Permits May 21"Only. :
Motion made by Mr. McGhin sec-- I those present, a motion was made Fines ..._......:........... 879.00 ASCS Office Jasper and
{ onded by Mr. Wheeler that the by Councilman Dunawgyaz4 seconded Mayors. Fees :................ 35.00 I wheat indirectly: involved I i ,James Wynn Store, Crossroads
State Road Department is requested I' by Councilman Tom Owens j Garbage...>.."........... 23.50 !in the actual vote, this time, "says The vice chairman explains that
j jI i ............ 75.00 Finlayson, "but future programs of
place in the secondary Road,I that Block 47 ,rtrt ain zoned R-1A I II' i[I Cemetery Lot ::. I j wheat growlers eligible to vote inthereferendum
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Miscellaneous .............. 43.30 other commodities can be seriously J I '
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that of State S- include (1) all
System part goad variance denying
,I' \yithout: ; thereby. II Weed Cutting .:.............. 4.00 affecte b ythe referendum outcome pro-
141 on Secitton No 32520 in accordance -j the .petition, tp erect a church on II I f ducers of 15 ,acres or more who
Withholding! Tax ............ 210.20 I He says this is ,why many other
with the attached drawing. ,BIoCk 47. Motion passed by unani- have an interest in a 1964 farm
I f
Social Security .............122.28 .national orgainization, such as the
Passed and adopted in regular.,muos vote tit theCouncil.. I Insurance' .................. 70.10 American National Cattlemen's wheat acreage allotment and (2)
session assembled, this 7th .,day of A motion was made by Councilman those farm operators, and other

'May A. D. 1963. I I I Dunaway and seconded by i Total Receipts .........:.. 3729.06 Association and the} National Lives- wheat growers on their farms, with I
Jack Vinson, Chairman I: Councilman lorn Owens that the stock Feeders' Association have allotments of less than 15
ATTEST: Thelma LewisClerkBy 1 I petition to' reZone Lot 5, of Block Total Cash Available .... 11114.41 joined Farm Bureau in an exten- who elected by May 13 to partici-acres The Emblem Service was a part cf the p.: ogram and taking part,
; be denied. .bove left to right were Carolyn Mathes, Mary Wei's' Linda Butler
Alee Jones D. C. 114 from R-1A to' R-2 DISBURSEMENTS: sive campaign to urge a "no" vote
pate as an allotment In the
(SEAL) Motion passed by unanimous vote Mayor and Council ........ 27.00 in wheat referendum. 1964 wheat program. grower Such an elec- ackie Hiers, Angie Deas, Glenda Hewitt, Jo Dickson, Betty Sue Zant.
Cot Julian Wood Hamilton Coun- of the Council. Management and office .... 580.03 "If the certificate plan is adopted tion
ty Civil Defense Director met with Mr.. Jim Black appeared before Finance and Taxation .... 304.81 warns Finlayson, "the door will was made by signing in the L'' ,

the Board and gave an' oral reportof the Council and stated he would Legal ........................ 50.00 be open for the extension of similar space provided on the back of the ;,. --..... .
his activities. like to lease the lot between the Insurance .'................ ,150.65 controls and certificates licensesto allotment notice for the farm and ati
The following:bills'were"ordered..to .CitY.*'hall and.TTiref: : Station\ to the Public: Relations ...........100.00() tied or filing 4he notice.at,the ASCS Count, ::; ::: ': \ '
be paid: f *_* I City. Mr. Harrell was asked to pre Police Department .......1280.51; producers of grains, lives- ty Office. ... .."... .. '. "':-.....' ;..:. ., -
HAMILTON GENERAL" FUND I i pare the Lease. Fire Department ......>... 452.23 stock, poultry, dairy products, r.
COUNTY INDIGENTSMrs. I 1 r After discussion of repairing the Building Inspection ........ 105.55 cotton, fruits and vegetables."
1 I I water tank and pipe line at the old According to the FFBF president, Committee To Seek
Mae Long .....*....... 18.00 PUBLIC WORKS
!. Maxwell Brothers Mill site it was ............ 100.00 the basic issue of this forthcoming
Louise Cribbs .............. 6.00 Public Buildings .
Eva Lee . ............. 15.00 II.decided to advertise for bids. Street Department ........ 1,384.84 referendum is whether the farms of County High; SchoolConsolidation nr LJ
Ida Mae Smith ............ 10.00 Motion by Councilman Norris, Garbage Department ...... 580.03 America are to be managed by ar- 1
Lottie Mosely ...........'. 15.00 'seconded by Councilman Owens Cemetery .................. 189.27 mers or a government bureaucracy
Mrs. Pearle Sheffield .... 14.00 I that the City pay the last two pay Public Welfare .............. 30.00 "Wheat farmers have a grave This Thursday
Annie Mae Whitaker ...... 10.00 ments on the City Hall before the Social Security............. 816.06 and far reaching decision to make I interested night a meetingof
Mrs. Frank Miller ;:....... 12.00 I[i end of the Fiscal year. Motion Withholding ................ 664.40 on May 21st says Finah/son, I persons from the I
Mrs. James Royals.*.4..r.;:;10.00 I i: carried. Miscellaneous .............. 1.30 choose whole county will meet at Jasper
only hope they wisely, for
A Resolution pertaining to the High School to consider a petition
Mrs. Roscoe Cooper ...... 15.00 1!:
JimmJe Gandy.............. 10.00* leasing of a lot in City Park to Total Disbursemeents .... 6,816.62 their in decision the future.wil"affect all far- which they plan to circulate asking I Edna Creech, above, received the Betty Crocker Award, as the
Dallas Clark .............. 12.00 the Chamber of Commerce: for the Total Cash Available .April 30, i mers for a bond issue to build a consolidated host.outstanding senior homemaker of Jennings High School. -
Bessie Holldway ...m. 12.00 II I purpose ot erecting a new chamberof Florida is a growing commercial high school to accommodate

Mrs. Ruby Radford ...... 15.00 commerce building and authorizing 1963 .................... 4,297.73 I wheat state, but if the certificate .I'all the students of the county in "
Joseph P. Jones .......... 15.00 the Mayor, City Manager, and Utilities System Revenue Fund wheat program passes in the re-\{grades 10, 11, and 12. I JENNINGS FUTURE FARMERS IIOLD :
Rance Andrews Sal. & Expense City Clerk to sign a lease agree- Cash Available, April 1, ; ferendum the state's wheat acre 'l This decision was made at a BANQUET
Ceunty Agent .. ......... 304.60 ment with the Chamber of Com- 1963 .......... ,....... 21,269.61 age will be cut nearly in half from J,meeting of the Jasper School Com I Recently the Jennings Chapter of Future Farmers of America
leld their annual
C. A. Avriett Sal. Co. Att. ....59.00 merce was presented to the City RECEIPTS: the 1962 figures. mittee which banquet to which fathers, and leading citizens of the
SAL. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Council and upon motion by Coun- Water Service ............ 2,058.25 The state has some 1,000 wheat recently held a public xxmty were invited.

Grover Wheeler -.........103.97 cilman Dunaway ana a secona by Sewer Services .......... 1319.50 producers in 23 counties who will meeting to promote a new high

Aaron Hogan .............. 117.50 Councilman Owens ,the resolution I Water Deposits .............. 70.00 be eligible to vote in this referen school for Jasper and Improve-
Jade,Vinson ............ 115.47 .was adopted by a unanimous vote Withholding Tax ............ 52.00 ments to the other county schools. !
Lawton McCulley ........ 103.97 i of the Council. Social Security............ 30.76 dum. These growers produced Those present at the meeting
Guy McGhin! .............. 112.'fl Norris', Insurance .................... 22.50 wheat on 27,000 acres during 1962., reported that they had' found that
Councilman .
Isaac Chandler EAD. Colored.I I.seconded Motion by by Councilman Dunawaythat Total Receipts ............ 3,553.01 In line with the strict production many people would refuse to vote

County Agent ............ 75.00 the rates for 10 or more sewer I controls proposed b ythe Secretary 1 I I for a bond issue unless the money
Total Cash Available .... 24,822.62 of Agriculture the state ASC office
Thelma Lewis Sal. Clerk Circuit connections at one time be $5.00 would be used to consolidate the
curt .................... 453.40 each; 5 thru 9 connections be $7.50 DISBURSEMENTSGeneral has announced, Florida's quota for high schools in a central locationin
Operations ........ 973.67 the next 'Will be about .
Ann; c.. Malpas sat Supervisor of rate month season the However there will
; each; and the sewer per Water Plant ................ county.
358.84
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Registration: ....... 195.00 be $3.00 per outlet for residents 14,000 acres or barely more than still be repairs and improvementsmade
Water Lines .............. 2,778.17Seer
Margaret Register Secty.: to County : half of what was last
grown year.
T outside of the City Uziits Motion. I Plant ................. 2.40 to the other schools in the
.
Abent' ... ........:.. 23.09 Since Florida produces soft red ., F
Wylma B.'White Sal. & Exp. Home carried. Sewer Linees .............. 102.77 county, which will be used as before
: winter wheat which is not in
Councilman Norris, sur-
Motion
Derp. Agent u".. ... 256.77 by Water Deposits Refunds .... 75.00 I for the first nine grades.
< plus and sold last for about
seconded Councilman Dunawaythat year :
by
Ethel G_'))edge Sal.. Secy. Home Transfer to Utilities Sinking First the petitions have to be circulated

Dem. Agent...........' ... the following monthly bills be Fund .................... 608.63 $2.08 per bushel. Farm Bureau and signed then an election
69.281 I I paid. Motion carried.. Social Security ............ 169.81 feels Florida growers have a lot to held
O. I must be
O. Edwards Sal Asst. St. to approve the The Jennings! FFA Chapter officers the
: presented honorary
............... 27.00
Mickler Clinic lose if wheat
the referendum I'
; ................ 169.00 car-
Attorney............ .. ..... 8.93 I iFCoridan Restaurant ........ 3.00} Withholding bond issue.Notice. Chapter Farmer Degree to the following for their interest and a *is.
I
W. Randall Salughter Sal. St. i North Fla. Telephone Q). .. 56.09 'I ries.The J ance to the chapter. Left to right are Dr. William E. Kyser, Judge
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Total Disbursements .. 5238.29 idea that wheat wil
Attorney .................. 1656 R. H. Fisk .................. 14.46 be left no if growers the certificate to Parents John IL McCormick, and J. Fred DeVane
Eva Akins Sale Secy Circuit .. .. .... program 1
I Thelma Lewis .. .. 10.50 Total Cash Available 30
Judge' ;,....,.**! '! : .. 26.79,1 f The Jasper News .......... 136.75 April 'I fails is disputed by Farm
-v- 1963 .................... 19,584.33 Bureau on the grounds that Con of PreschoolChildren
N.VlIllams'sa.bYarti upkeep 4 f Milligah Office Machine Co. ..1.40 n ] :
.................:.... 41.57j Donald*S.: Lavigne Inc.. ........,.O? Cash Interest Available.and April Sinking 1, Fund gress is still in session with enough i.'

Addle MaCSmith Sal. T. 'C 4 Scaffs :Standard Station .....; '6.63 1963 ....................' 1.19L25RECEIPTS time and wisdom to enact more
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Office .*:/. .:......... ..-. 73.97 Hamilton Co. Memorial Hosp 15.00 : fair and equitable wheat legislation I t

Kenneth Da lelS-Sal & Expense Co. r Suwannee Restaurant ........ 2.55Lgona 1962 Taxes ................ 182.25 more in line with farmer's wishes. :I If you have a child who will start tt

Senric ftiter.150.97Gloria )() : Carter ................ 31.20 Inters ......................? 169 The American Farm Bureau Fed: to school this fail (all children born t
..JeanMcOawey Sal. Clerk. Suwannee Store .............10.26 eration representing nearly 1.700 i in 1957) and if you have not already
T. A. Officer .................85.87 j i Jasper Laundry William Kyser Sal Vet. ... 482.65 40.84 .Total Cash Available .... 1375.19 I whic hwould provide for voluntary so at once.

Charlie doolsby 'Sal. Janitor 180.60Walter Motorola .*!:.,?..,..*......... 21.00 DISBURSEMENTS none" land retirement to bring:I It is very important for your 1s
Davis. Sal. Main. 23.09 Dixie Bearings Inc. ......., 11.57 production in line with demand. An child to be registered early so that ,
Julian Wood Sat Civil Defense W. G. D. Chevrolet Co. ........ 9.35 Total Cash available April 30, important feature of this Farm!I the school may order books and .
Dire Jm: .:' ....... 11 ..77 .. ... .
County Commissioners" 0. f American LaFrance ..h. 21.19 1963 ...... ..... 1375.19, Bureau program is the reduction ofgovernment's |r supplies to take care of all needs. i
Expense Jerry Smith's Gulf Ser. .... 12.25 UTILITY SINKING FUND t
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role in American Toe .the school needs to know how
Aaronulogan"s.. .,,.... 6.25 Hilt Manufacturing Co. ...... 65.40 Cash Available. April 1. ag- .tI
Grover Wheeler. .-..-......... 6.25 Arvan Steel Company ...... SI.2T 1963 .................... 5,525.12{!r riculture I and the resulting cost to many first graders will enroll in the I tI .r
.
Jack J Vinson ,................ 6.25 Lake City Co. Inc. .. 252.00 RECEIPTS: American taxpayers. fan so that school officials may I
Paving
Guy McGhin. --....,.......... 6.25 The J .0 .Burch Co ........ 2L73 Utility Taxes ........_.. 115230 Finlayson says if the wheat certificate employ teachers in sufficient num-
Lawton.McCulley ._. .... .o. 6.25 Utility System Revenue Fund 36.40 Transfer fro Utilities System program is decisively voted bers to teach them properly.

Bud White BullanT nr .Health dinir Lewis Motor Q). ............ 2LOO Fund ...................... 608.63 down by the wheat growers. Congress -1 The County Health office will con
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Springs. ......
Blue Cross-Blue h. 20.00 I Mollie's Restaurant (Prisoners Interest on Time Deposit .. 180.00,,, can be expected to take imme 'tinue to register pre-school children The Hamilton County Bank presented three j\drds to the

Shield InsuranceC.o. l Meals) .................... 99.45 diate action in the direction of through June 30. in Jasper nembers of the Jennings Chapter for Scholarship. Leadership, and
May ...... ... .... 59.80 Total .. ... .
I[Florida Power Corporation ..700.28 Receipts ... 1940.93 Farm Bureau.s'Oluntary plan. everyday except Tuesday morningand Supervised Farming Program. The awards were presented to the mem
Colonial' Life Ins. Co. May .. 3.00 1 Hardware ..... Total Cash Available ......
Social King Co. ... 20.01- 7466.05 Several members of Congress are June 2-. bers by Mr. Eugene Adicks, Executive Vice-President of the Hamilton

Con April Security....--.1.Acct.. Board...... Co.70.47 1 Whitehead Cities Service Hardware Oil Co. ...... 144.90 Bonds DISBURSEMENTS and Coupons: ...... 2500.00 reported to have bills ready for Children may register at the County Bank and Mr. P. C. Crapps m. The recipients left to right; are :

Co. Officers &: Employment Mind.' Tractor Q).Co....Inc......11151Newsome 52.28 Interest ................... 3633.75 [neW wheat legislation if'they see clinic in White Springs each Tuesday Jeff Burnette, Chuck Butler C. W. Pennington Jr. Harry Penton.

Retirement' April .....h. 140.49 Sandlin Auto Parts .-......., 9.70 Total Disbursements ...... 6433.75 producers- do not want further controls morning. Jerry Blair and Donald Ray McCulley
State Treasurer O:>ntr. April 1013.91 l. Hamilton County Bank -....-.L95 Total Cash Available April 30._ of American agriculture by June 21 the Health Departmentnurses
Rance A. Andrews Refund Expense .Orange State Pipe and Supply 1963 .................... U3230 government. will be in Jennings to give

4-H Council? Annual i. Co. '.....-............... 107.03 shots conduct a well body clinic
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Department Pro. .......:.............. 10.79 I F. B, HarreU ......,....-?.......69.18 Utility Sinking Reserve Fund and register pre-school children ntwrrr 0
of Public SafetyRadio Time Deposit April 30, 1963 13.00 .. who will not have a way to come to I ho? f TS

(Continued,'on Pas; 3)). ;. Chairman Eu en c./Lang Renewal, and Replacement Fond = Jasper. They win be located at the

? ATTEST, .! ';.- _LILLIAN' BEMBRY. ... Cash Available,,April 30,1963.* 5,400_ City Hall across from the post oflce
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Mrs. Talbert Vann, Jacksonville ''do her ,honor. Of children; they Her' family' and'.friends- .are l hop-f r 4 )

1C ', Mr. and M rs;:Ben'Caldwell Jr. and ,were all there buftwof Mrs. Martha I ing she-wifr indeed-'return to Fla.: : !I I ..tlrqjf: ) 1tJ .::
children :Mike and Tyler pf Tallahassee -, I McCain .Orlando and Dave Her pother ves in Boston J Jj P.cr e :

k ytl :Mr. and Mrs. Stafford ]Wctherington of Oviedo? there were* H -. ", ..
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I T4 Caldwell and daughters of Gaines- 16 grandchildren: nine great 11 i j We are doing research about deer v t J f riday ", :

I ..-.; .' Dr.-and Mrs. Mitchell ofjacksonville. grandchildren. The,bounteous dinner ton..aue. Atlga,: t Billy
.r, '- f 7.j yille 'j : : 4 Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida .. 1- 1{
J These and those of was served in fth yard. our friends to find out something Subscriptions .
.8. "" "' about it. Laura Bristol told she Strictly in .Advance: ' -r: .. r 'the family living in Jasper paid Mrs Law has a host of friends me $3.00
in
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1" love arid respect Id Mrs, Caldwell who 'will read with pleasure 'of takes her 5 children to the woods in Hamilton County -. $4.00Outside of County

on Mother's Day. 'this happy occasion the Spring to gather deer tongue Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum 1 I
which she sells to tobacco people !
!;; nS L,V"qie HTDI SYcssao z.4951 The Stella Williams Kindergarten to flavor tobacco. Sometimes she I Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 j
The, Jasper Woman's Club closed Mr. and Mrs.
I -."! graduates fourteen this year at the j for the club,year on an enthusiastic 1 gets as much as 22 cents a Ib and I Robert Ehlert.. Editors and Publishers "

THE WORLD IX MAY red cedar cloth and the centerpeice Methodist Church May 28 at 7:30. j note at the May Breakfast. Friday one year they made $28. Laura Is -- --- ---
"The world in David Goolsby and Terry Collum an industrious, hard working woman -
I May is mid-morn was clever arrangement of plastic ]May 10 There was a goodly attendance .
I Which of us now is not reborn! 'l knives, forks and spoons. undergrads, will act as marshalls ( Members and guests sat along and needs extra money' to pro- FH I I f ;
'::1 The hills and the vaUeys are our All the games were played by in the ceremonies. Friends and the luncheon table in "T" vide for her family. ('"':: :

J. ,' Winners [ relatives are invited. for the Wanting to find out more about
? *p- couples. were Jerry Blair shape occassion. The bare I I I I II
V From budding boughs, birds sing Ben Bates, Ruui. DeVaji; Brenda :natural finish of the tables was attractive I I deer tongue I asked friends-some I
\. the psalter utlr" T'tike Se'ph' Joyce and Doneld Tie garden of Miss Ann Greeris with small bowls of Pansier I':never heard of it. It is an herb that I ValSays. .
Smi'h. at the height of bloom this week. : in the fields in the ,
In May's. flower fragile pink and -the ladies in their pretty grows Spring. =
\, 1 White Rugs \\e'-" rolled back.-and the The.. choice varieties of daylilies; i frocks and the plates of attractive :(i j:It is picked early and dried quickly. = I
1 1 beautiful -
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a not of color. Lovers of food
delightful ended gar- gave a festive air.
i( Even a shower is half-sunlight party with.a dance ;
11;, May is God's pleasure with the Mrs. Maud Havener who is retiring dens are welcome to come and 1 The mantle was banked with well |i Some say it is a medicinal .herb. I
this year and ; admire these beauties, Ann Greer arranged daylilies. Another said it has slightly van-! .' .
earth entering ==
more %
thorily
told .me so_ herself <. <, ,* I IDa taste and is indeed used in = li!J = gift for
: I God's merriment,,May is the mirth into civic,_social'and.:religious ac- President Lois CWTy at'the head cigarette -I you ..
''\ Of God",His joy with living things \ivities is the 8POt.Sor\forrthe\ Jennings I' table invited MrSpcW.. B. Lewis making. But what does it

j No tree but blooms, birds but Seniors.," ? .(Moon on a silver platter.) a past president of the club to sit hook like?' How would I know its I' .. I

j dnvqcr no -... .-.. .-.. -..- Floy McEachen of Gainesville retired beside her and to offer the invocai . ... ,I free :.,
'. --- teacher, long time on the i tion.I i a-t -. I
I This time. of year! I heard thisManual faculty of II Butch Nesmith I is home from I = :. ....

It, was in May God made the Turner director of the Education Department the Florida will University I Mrs.. .M. L. Powell presented four, !I Tallahassee Memorial is getting I = .: .....: ;
be
the,earth. Gainesville Branch'of Ff I. C. U. S-. the faculty. of" Rbffins College on 'of her pupils in (?floor show." j along nicely. He will return. later I I'i ==.. : i' This was the day. He looked aroundAt (Florida:Intitute of Continued Uni: summer beginning in June. She this I Sharon Sapp played.uC1a4eJune" i]for more repair wo* t when you save with1VALDOSTA .,-

field and wood and manand versity Study) is-ill in the hospital. be in her chosen field "Reading"will I j[ by .Gershwin and','Becky+ Lewis: l -is.t I "

saw that it was good." His..co-workers.n the Segal bufld'n" Mrs. Eachern is "pro" in'herr I played Gipsey Sweetheart by VictorHerbert Mary Lang home fromthy

J. D. Freeman wanted .to do something fo subject is looking fonvard to this |;, ,, Gay Hayes and KaI ,'I I Thomasville hospital-better but I = FEDERALs
: From Isola Ewing Cheerio. him. It po hirrons tint Manuel Tur altho she was I Dedge in costumes as "Sunshinej not well yet.
to
adjusting
I retirej j Sally" and Overal Jim" theiri I
didn't
S. rer need gift's as we usually ment very nicely. J sang 'j k
I'am trying to memorize the 104th think of gifts but he did need and f i way into a loveable skit. ..Mr. .Pete Miller in Pineview i s
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1 Pslam. It takes a bit of trying too. want his house painted. So- that 1 1 I A short business session conclud-I recovering sloWly from burns. He = !I
When Mrs. Edith Worley knew she is what he got. Aided by Mrs" Tur The Garden Club meets this Fri- j I ed the program. Some club repairs hopes to be transferred to his home r ''

I would loose her eyesight she memorized ner in selecting paint and super day May 17 at the home of Mrs. I j 1 I will be made during the summer this weekend. = ;I '
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; O. C. Ratliff. Mrs. Ratliff leaves j i this will be s e .
1 many many pslams and vised by the paint man,. the friends supervised! by com- I t ,c
other scriptures.It actually did the paint Job. in June for a visit to son Bitney Ii:| mittees. There is,.a probahhty that J. D; Cox suffered severe burns =
would The Extension Dept. of U oFlorida in London England. '''the president Lois Curry will attend I'last week and is recovering in Hamilton t1
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probably give us less [ /
|the Feneral Foundation ,
is discountinued or has meeting in Hospital.
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time to talk of the short "
,I comings been merged into the F.I. C. U S Mrs. Archie Knapp returned Fri I Wisconsin in June.<4 = k t)
of each our other neighbors in if we vied with . day from New York where she accompanied New members"were voiced a, Mr. and: Mrs.555 Bob* Ehlert are .attending == > -- ,- .t

Im all for it too memorizing The 104th scripture and the May 5th Mrs. Ollie Boone. and I Archie when he left for welcome. An appreciation of the the Spring Convention. qf -
84th 'some. of her children filled a long an assignment in Germany. Before I work of the president, Lois Curry, the Press Association of all neWspapers -
pslams are- *my. favorites. pew at the First Baptist church. ,, returning she had a'little visit with 1 was given applause-and. so, until I in the state, at Miami Beach --

i iMrs. There were Mr .and Mrs. H, 'E.lorlon. j!daughter Marianne in 'New Jersey. i I September.The The highlight of the trip at least r-
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Martha Caldwell .
+ spent- Miss, Bonita Kay ;a .graduate door prize went to I Bee is they will be staying at
} several days last week in Valdosta of May 4th from U of.Florida '. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Sayer Canova i! Sapp. It was a silver bonbon dis nthe Fountaine bleau .

i with her daughters Mrs. Marilyn MiSs.Sheron Ann who enters college\ and boys returned Saturday after I shell shaped and given by the Cur, '* # *

Magnum and Mrs. Rebecca Odum. this year ,a son Hal. who enteres: I:a weeks vacation in Lousianna. t ry Jewelry Co. ..,'; And now this happensfar too
She "home I
returned Monday after t' -- A
first in high,school i *
year Mrs. Paul][ i t I / many disturbing things are happening
Mothers Day with the
t daughters. Teague another daughter of Mrs. ,1 I admit I crowd the calendar but Appreciation is minus quantity in our Jasper world. ,*

The i Seniors s of s Jennings* High Boone and the mother joj: young't it is rather late to change: Daughter often in our estimate? of public servants Rev. and Mrs. George Odom are -
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School honored Jl:1dy'Skeen Crosbyand Paul who is attendinglschool in I Virgie Cone came Sunday to go I -the "City Fathers" for in-: leaving June 1st to make their. L
Jasper. They all returned to their with me to church and niece stance.
husband (' Floy home in Reidsville, N.C., with Mrs.Odom's .
Joe weds
newly at a
home McEachern == 4-PC. PLACE SETTING OF FINEST TRANSLUCENT
Wthchen shower out at early in the week exceptMrs. came Tuesday to take J Thinking it over there is a long sister Mrs. Minnie Daniels -
Hickory Teague who. us to a birthday dinner. line of faithful E CHINA WHEN YOU OPEN A NEW
until
I stayed after civic jtninded
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Bottom Thursday May 9. '; !. men in Rev. Mr. Odoms health has brought
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Decorations were in true kitchen mother's day then 'left Tuesday for S'S. Jasper History evens" far back as about this decision. ::] ACCOUNT OF $50 OR MORE OR ADD $50) OR
<-l-Roseland, Texas. Mrs. T. T. Law had !184l. =. MORE TO YOUR
PRESENT ACCOUNTI
style. The cokes were in,ice in the a most wonderful More friends than Mamie Lila .

big dish pan-cookies on the cookie j Sunday May 12, Mrs. Ben Caldwell -I.,12, when Mother's about 50 Day children Sunday, May !; I wrote to Dorothy:;Dodd, state librariarffor :''Odom realizes-will be said about = .Tfc. "SEVILLE" Paltcra U tile very tlmt.t la *.Ui y ..* er fU.aiihlp -
sheet. Muffin tins held the nuts and had her children information on this re I this move and can only hope for. J = IMPERIAL. FINE CHINA etch piece MieaUly h..*-
home for children grand-// 4cc rate4 .
great gard. The letter *.* = l lively floral pastel bl> tea n .oarklint white. tally
F candies. The table was gay in a Mother's Day. They were Mr. and friends I,I a brighter day. == tnnilactnt. Nt the traditiraU rim up. .aJ f..t4 cvp. Limit ...
gathered at her home to .l\lrs. Vim"- Hvrn n: I Miss Nell Way" a niece of.Mamie I:= place fitting FREE t. such acc*. a faaiUr. A4ditiralplac
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...,,_. ._ _h__' '-:'." I == acttinn araUabl. ask al"I
Jasper, Florida Lila Odom is here to-assit In. this!:
Dsar Mrs. Hyman: move and will go in the ambulance'= .

Jasper was first incorporated I Iwith them. VALDOSTkFEDERALsavings

ty Act of the Territorial Legisla. .
tive Council of February 27, 1840. Mr and Mrs. Bill Polk and boys I- and loan association -
F .... .j The, .
charter provided for Billy and''
five town Bob) are ; leasing thGeorge e := 509 NORTH PATTERSON PHONE 242-4351 : .
wardens
; who elected an intendant Odom home' and will move .
I t (mayor) from their*number. The "in soon. I:- 1

[charter also provided that until w I

the,first annual'electionon the first Elizabeth Braswell had, the best -
'r Monday in January $ the town I birthday she ever had May 8. She I'' = 1

I' !::: ? f :&t,r' ; wardens should be \f ill/am Roberts was six years old a very important ::== :1,

: Josiah .Baisjden. Joseph B. Watts I day in the life of every little Miss. j ::= '
[John WhitehurstwknWilliam; M. May 8 in the afternoon about! ::= ,1
I Hunter. We have |';ipformation as I twenty five of Elizabeth's friends ; = ''
I'
___ ,,; to which of these men.was. named[ came for the party. The engenuity :: ,1

? I intendant. of mother Ulma had made it a :: __ _
Sincerely, Ij i iDorothy I. magic occassion.There I :;;= .

j. Dood was, the big birthday cake !! The "Friendly"J
I ;1 ( ,I State ...LibrarianThese I'with a maypole and cut little ani- : -- .
mayors mals holding the ribbons. !I ''
( andjoouncilman- The big *. _YOUR MONEY U.
then and now, have taken and do parade perhaps was the highlight j = J..,
kicjr take their work seriously. They of the afternoon-every child had J : \' i J EARNS A Ofi '.
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men who love their community area I fancy hat and a noise I : 'J. 51\\ ., ,.. 0
3 maker-I' I
give of their time and thought to' here were batons drums. I:: BIG
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r p II the management oil the city. No I and horns and pots .and pans fort|_-= aeeesss
; a reward except work well done. f plus.Leading = 1: Current Rate
i ; zJE tt I am not alone in this apprecia- the band was the honoree ::
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tion-many have Jf. - _
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these sentiments. -1 I 1 pink hat with a big 6 on't around '- --- --= cc --==

Personally I pledge my supportfa I and around they paraded

all worthwhile projects and. And when time came to sit-Eliza I
thank you for your.\ndeavors: May 1 J beth sat in a pretty pink,chair. /

:> .:. our God who has.so.richly blessed MyIt! was,. a wonderful day.
us constrain to walk '
us In His
way. 'if *fJf*?*JKf ;f -*
:V.. Hyman To those who contributed to the

sRobinstn |_* easy chair for Hamilton Hospital g- VfiLLEff to
R IPS
Nursery Mrs. Adina
the tree tops, blossoms i in Simpson tells
: the grass,!{ me the chair for the hospital has
w Green things been ordered for weeks and will be DRIVE-IN
\ agrowmg everywhere STORESOn
"\ you pass; coming soon. Mr. Martin of King
Sudden little Hardware is getting the chair at
breezes; showers off .
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silver dew whole sale. JASPER
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f black bough and bent Manager Sara
THE twig buddingout Mr. and Mrs. Chris Braswell Lashley
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.,,",. I anew; were here this week fromNew Orleans -
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: J Pinetreeand. willow
OSTIfFIS .<< elm and larch.Don't .tree, fringed visiting his cousin, Mr. Pete I
li ONLY.i".9 Miller who was burned.
Z you think I'
1hat..tay time'spleasanter
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.... than March Mrs. Lydia Harbuck has returned MILKHomogenized:

'. c y THE CAKE. SCHEDUUF-Ml !SK7; T* from Ff. Bennings after spendingtwo ., ..
RECITALS *'** weeks with her son and family.Captain .

.. Mrs. M. L. and Mrs. Lonnie Bryan.spool .
f":t) The, ;; refrigerator {is N ON-frosting' I. Jennings music Powell class.in presents recital Fri her I Old
Fashioned
day evening May 17 at the Chocolate milk
I TROUBLE
Today's modern; homemakers are .
,
.' auditorium,. 8 p.m" -'The' Jasper Buttermilk .

; .. .. learning.,that refrigerators can be PaweD Piano Class. May 30 at 8p.m. GETTING I in DRINK glass hot ,
glass bottles
at Elementary school. .
< frosting-freel'Thatweans! l they're ,

:., 1 ;> The June Montgomery class of AUTO : Y2'-gaI. ......___ 32c % gal 46c
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'., ., :.. :work-free. : too6Jasy: to keep spotlessbQcauselbere'aRQver Organ and piano pupils present ______

,' ( :: : ? .. a their recital at th#':Presbyterian I
; < ,.*/* hint. .' chapel Friday May JTth at 7:00 p. INSURANCE?
it I
<. 4 of'-frost'to-chip'at-' .C i
mop up. N.ed SR-22 FiJi_, acids t; THISVEEK'S SPECIAL
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'" 1( (Labels 1rv the'freezer: compartment. Tho ClAM vf Elementary piano Jil[ 3IiPI i..runl i ask j ,
pupils wM '' Thurs your aflrft year. FRIDAY SATURDAY and MONDAY
are alwa s.,,,;e,,adabItoo... ) day evening May ZjrUjpA Elementary .. to .. if qeSvr' : FRESH FLORIDA :.:.'

NONFROSTINGWORK Look at \the,new, NON-frosting electricrefrigerators auditorium at 7Q p.m. b... c..collod or rej.cM'i t C I LARGE limit 6 do%.
.J W. insitr. Almost
The u.
Marion
SAVING ,. at ypur\ ; nearby appliance:: MusiC'. win give Worley the annual School recital of I .ay.O'fn.1I... .t fair drv.j;rf; t r.c.roof I 1q 1 I EGG 3 $500

dealer's. We think you'll agree with June: 4 at 8 p.nx in the auditoriumof .rd. Fire, thoff.; eompro- I do,
I
NEWNESS.! the Methodist Educational build ....iro aid collision .1.. .
modern homemakers who say ing. ...i,. r.. fnmlmm M.yMI 1bav.d -

"Frosting belongs on cakes .' 1.: The cultural life of Jasper is enhanced :: .!l east I ast t+IJtK .' .: MARGARINE

: by the work of the three Ra.ts.To. ... .. .*- 5 79C
but:' never. in youTrefrigerator-. .. I I music schools. 'y( Agc We trill" fce''* SOLIDS --_ Ibs.
0 .
: ,4' .' pleased to Mfnd complete
"7. Anne :McKelvey and Peggy Harri- tit on request. Bro1nj Limit 5 .
1. 7k "P I son were over Saturday and Sun- age IS AstiRftfd. Risk : :
'ti

FLORIDA POWER' CORPORATION. : .I day Harrisons for Mothers Peggy Day is with leaving the C.this B. Plan .: SHOP FROM\ YOUR CAR

I YOU 7AK-PAYING"INVQTOR-O..1WCD fC/WC COMPANY 'week for Boston. She is on a six t k t i};. A & C'' Your Milk\ A Full Day Fresher

months leave of absence from her .
position with the telephone company ",.., STORE HOURS 7 to 7 Monday thru Saterijr,.

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u I Expense .;.::_........,. 36.34 _Alex Jtlathis ..!............ 195.64 Internal
Ii PREDESTINATION : .,.;; 'Hamilton Countymnussioner -JMHUgan Office Machine Co.:"RepsJ Sherwood :Miller ...... .. 298.59 Revenue CARDS

1 jj J I and Access-lfor typewriter ...51.00 Earnest Ponds ,........102.35 : 1- 1'
.L e A* d To Hold'Survey
C _....... 219.44
Are you "aliens'" from the commonwealth and men." Now if the doctrine'h reset SContinued ,F. Kenneth TutenT. A. Com. 437.50 Hilton Westfcerry: .. .
Wise's Drug Store Office Supp-3.03 Harold Hysmith ............ 211.04 f ; -
of Isreal and strangers forth be true, it would be impossible I.No. Fla. Telephone Co. ,Service & Dewey Tomlinson ........ 183.70\ The Internal Revenue Service

from the covenant of promise having for man to err. Whateverhe r from Faze 1) Tolls April ...............179.23 I John Ponds .. ....:...... ,105.35 ,will shortly begin a "compliance :: THANKS"

no hope ,and without God in does, is in keeping with and Service Mar. .............. 15.00 I Wylma B. White 4-H Club Robert Culbreth .......... 205.54 survey" of many Hamilton County
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the world"? If so, we propose to brought about by God's' fore-or- Milligan Office Mach. Cb. Sheriff Expense .... ... 70.00" I Virgil Williams .......... 191.04 business firms to determine if
daination or decree, and thereforecan Wylma B. White Refund Home Randolph Turner ......... 11685 I
assist you in arriving at a knowledge OOffice Cleaning Typewriter 29.40 they are aware of and complying CARD OF THANKSA
be If he' does bad Dem. Agent Expense .. 34.13 Emery Grantham ........ 165.35
not |
wron? John E. Jenson Binders- with Federal laws
I: of your duty. in order that tax requiringthe
...... 20554 card of thanks to those who
you may become citizens of God's or good it would make no differ- Records ....-............. 39.00 Dan Braswell T.,C Comm. 453.41 I Ruben Daniels .... filing of tax returns.
I IF. B. Harrell Bond Premiums 20.00 Doyle L. Grantham ...... 215.54I : donated Blood for Mr. Jim West-
government on earth Children ence if God has ordained every- Honda State Road Department.......' 15.00 The H &: W. B. Drew Co. Office I, Viola-Whitfield .......... 103.97 The survey which is expected to berry. Especially to Sheriff ofHam

in. God's' family members of thing.. Florida Maps Power-Corp. Lights Ct. Hs. I Supplies ............. .... 3.64 Pete Register ............ 168.35 take about 3 monthes to complete, ilton County, for his interest Iffthis
Christ's body, the church that If it comes to pass that man lies office 86.38 Isaac Chandler, Jr. 4-H Club 'Bill 'B. Norris ....;....... 230.94 :will be conducted by Revenue Of- cause.' **.
& Col County Agent *
,, you may escape the punishment of Gods as pot'only ordained,that he I North: Florida Telephone Co. Scholarships ....-... *-. 7503 Russel White ...fi........ 102.77 ficers .who will cheek cross sect Wife and Sisters
the damned ,and secure for yourselves should", lie,but.has'unchangeably: or I Service &: Tolls ..' ..... 195.10 i City of Jasper Exp. in RE 'Co.1 Buck Reeves ....:....... 163.39: lion of non-farm businesses to see Lolo Westberry
the favor of God and the dain Jl't.: that he should He, but alsoif IIL j &:' W. B. Drew Co. Suplies I Agents Office .. .. 38.80 Collis Morgan ...... 184.75 (if all required tax returns are being Essie Herndon, Arcadia
bliss of heaven. But before we nro- a man steals God has unchangeably i! Judges Off. ... .... ......... 8.11 J. O. Burch Co.:MisceL Supplies fo- Kayo's Drug Store Drugs filed'.on time according to District I Lola Rowell Sarasota
l f I Ii i I Court House 23.20 Prisoners .. ..J...* 29.71A
ceed to look for the conditions '
ordained that too. If it comesto I General Off. &: Equip &: printing I Director Laurie W. Tomlinson.
which aliens secure Comp. Office Supplies 148.42 1 I Mrs.'Clyde J. Royals County Levin & Son Prisoner Clothing
upon may that a man kills his -neigh i '
a the favor of our heavenly father it bor.pass God has unchangeably ordained \I Dorotherow Office Supply Co. Indigent ..............!.... 15.00 & Supplies ...............* 22.44 Mr. Tomlinson emphasized the CARD OF THANKS
may be well to inquire whether or that too. It did come to pass that I Office Supplies 9.41 I FINE & FORFEITURE FUND II JIarvin's Groceries........ 220.91 survey is not (designed to audit re- ] We wish to thank all of our many

I not there is anything that we ( ando Cain Killed his brother Able: Why Bowen Supply Co. Supp. County I Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs Costs & Jones' & Sons Ice Co. ....... 2.50 turns but is to ascertain the awareness ,: friends for all the kind and though-
. ..... .. 6L83 and extent of compliance with ful expressions of
Judge shown
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toward this end. There are then did God put a curse upon him I : Feeding Prisoners 1115.73 Murphys Grocery Gas ...... 5.38 smypathy
prominent doctrines. taught by for it? It was not only in accord- The Jasper News Supp. Av. CourtHouse I C. A. Avriett convict. Fees &: j James Wynn Grocery: Gas 5.33 the tax return filing requirementsof to the family of the late Dora :M.
and I
Internal laws
.. 207.89 the Revenue to'
. 'Deas.
those for whom we have the utmost< dance with the most wise and holy Bond Est. .. 177.19John. Hubert Lashley Grocfl. &:-Fish 12.13 ,
respect for their piety and honesty, counsel of his will but he had freely Dept. Public Safety Radio Service I H.McCormkk: Juvenile Jud te; I Valdosta Flour Co. Groceries 37.68 check the cmopleteness of Internal Thank you all for the beautiful
which if true, render it wholly unnecessary and unchangebaly, ordained that I Sheriff April .... .. 15.00. Comp ..........._........ 70.00 Supreme Sales Co. Clothing 99.00 Revenue's recently installd Master flowers and good food also for all
City of Jasper Utilities C. H. Col.I .
Joseph P. HoUoman Juvenile File of business taxpayers. j
it would seem to me, for Cain should verY I M. D. Mioody &: Sons Payment on the assistance given us during the
do the for .
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thing County Agent Office 19.90Kayo's Counselor ..., ;:...... ..... 49.27 I .... "* x
to spend time and labor in telling 5 : Dragline ........ ... 792.00Hill He further emphasized that most loss of our loved one ,
us which he cursed him! !!!! Can anyone DnIG Store Supplies Sheriff John H. McO nick Co. '
I I Judges Co. Janitor
the sinner what to*do in regardto believed it? God has aid: Thou Off. .................,...... 2.45Wise's Costs, Fees ...&.'... _...... 510.00 Supplies Manufacturing. .. .... 144.00 business managements comply con '| Wm. H. Deas
his spiritual condition before I shalt not kill Thou shalt not bear Drug Store :......... 2.45 Hill Mfg. Company Supp. .. 148.50 Stump Brothers Bldg.- Supp. 14.80 scientiously with the tax laws. How Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Deas
God or man. That we may place false witness against thy neighbor F. B. Harrell Bond Preminums &: Home Gas Company Gas. Valdosta Armature Works Parts ever, Tomlinson explained, since j i Mr. and Mrs. Ross Paul'

the doctrines property before your : etc. Ex 20 13-16. As God had Insurance ... 125.26 Jail ............... e. ... 25.60 Pump' .................... 11. 0 the laws are complex and there are ..i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bensch
minds without any possibility of us plainly forbidden such things Thelma Lewis Refund Co. Com. Ex Social Security Accts J. P. ,Whitehead Hardware Co. Supp. many types of tax returns such as : and grandchildren

i misrepresenting anyone, We wishto I' which do come to pass ,it can not Licensee Plates &: DischargeFees Holloman __.. ...._... L95 & Buldg. Materials ........ 99.72 income, withholding:, social securityand II i" _
make a quotation from the'penfrom be true that he has unchangeably .. .... ..r.-. 14.00 Co. Officers & ,Employees Retire- Vernon L. Wetherington Labor on a number of miscellaneous WHITE
SPRINGSNEWS
which they flow, God from I ordained them. That God should Ann G. Malpas Refund Stamps 5.00 ment fund .' 13.44 County Pump .. ... 25.00 excise taxes, some business taxpayers -]
Hamilton County Bank April Orkin Exterminating Co. Pest Fla. Power Corp. Utilities 110.47 not be fully aware of 1
all eternity-'" did by the most wise unchangeably ordain that a certain Exchange ... .. .... 12.31W. Control Jail ............:... 8.00 Home Gas Co. Gas ........ 17.60 all of the may specific tax returns which ,
and holy counsel of his own -will thing come to pass and then at the T. Edwards T. B. Hospital
freely and unchangeably ordain same time positively forbid it, it Patient Care .. 187.50 t i!Fla. Power Corp. Utilties- No. Fla. Telephone Co. Phone 14.35E. apply to their business operations. by :Mrs. :Mary Collins
.u. I f Jail ................ -.. ... 44.44 C. Browne So. Supplies 27.20 made
surveys' are
whatsover comes to pass. "Presby would become gross inconsis- D. Clyde Smith Labor & Materials Jail 14.39 53.66 Compliance J I Mr. W. B. Feagle went In the hos
Jasper Laundry Laundry
Asso. Store
terian Confession of Faith, in Courthouse Repairs ... 137.07 Western Auto Sup the Internal Revenue laws, Tomlinson pital at Valdosta
chap with
tency entirely incompatible |City of Jasper Utilities Jail 13.10 The J. O. Burch Co. ...... 60.08 Tuesday to have
sec. L to the same import we have his divine character, especially Fingerprint Equip Lab Supp. 9.15 i Charlie Rhoden Comp.: Chapter I{King Hardware &: Furniture Co. said and are a continous part i I[surgery on one of his eyes. We wish

the answers to Question 12 (Larger when we add to this the thought Rance A. Andrews 4-H Club I i I I 59-562 House Bill No. 3230 1490.98 } Supplies .................. 25.83 of the regular talc enforcement pro !, him the best of luck and a quick
I Catechism) as follows "Gods" de- that he threatens to punish the Expense ..... ... ..... 60.00 Thelma Lewis Clerk's Fees 1770 Gulf Oil Corp, Gasoline .... 565.46I pram designed to maintain high!I recovery.
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crees the wise, free and holy guilty with endless punishment. Charlie Rhoden Sheriff's II I COUNTY LIBRARY FUND I I I Ring Power Corp Parts .... 29.83Sapp's I| levls of taxpayers compliance. !: The Community vacation BibleSchool
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Costs .. ...... 345.85
acts of the counsel of his will, Personally I believe the troublein Mrs. Blanche Deas Sal April 130.49Nancy Serive Sta. Tire rep. 3.00 Compliance surveys will be conducted -|l I Committee win hold a meet-
John McCormick Coroners'sFees I Taylor ......;......... 67.12 under the usual high Standards
whereby, from all eternity, he hath understanding comes from a mis ........................ 3.00 I Southern Blade & Supply Co. Equip :1 i ling Monday May 20. This Commit-
for his own glory, unchangeably understanding o fthe foreknowledgeof Comp. Incompetency ProceedingsJ. ][Kenneth Wood Sal April .... 15.00 Parts ....................: 24.08' of fairness the Internal 'j,,i tee will make plans and get things
foreordained whotsoever comes to God as relating to his plan of R. Bruce ......... 20.00 'i I Social Security Account April Newsome Ford Tractor-Co. Equip- Revenue, he said, recognizes that underway for Vacation Bible
Blanche Deas .............. 5.71 parts "..................... 6.00 most of the delinquents which may I I School which will June
19. It
begin
pass especially concerning angels salvation for mankind. God fore Frederick T. Mickler: ........ 20.00'I I I
Co. Officers & Emp. Ret. Fund. Auto Parts, Parts ... 2.50 will be the result
Maflora ...... 3.00 Suwanne be brought to light |will meet at the Methodist ChurchIn
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE John H Wigglesworth. McCormick ...... 15.00 : April .......................4.50 i Sandlin Auto Parts Acces .... 2.50 of honest misunderstandings and ;, the Educational Building. We

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Bobbie McClellan ..u........ 3.00 Doubleday Co. Inc. Books .. 107.48 i Rowland Truck Equip Inc. oversight. The rare instances ofj I hope to have a representative from
Bro-Dart Industries Book I Parts .... .... 3.82
FOR HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDAIN Julian Wood Refund Civil Denfense Equipment flagrant abuse which may be dis-
CHANCERY Displayer .................. 6.85 I Sears &:Sons Inc. Eqp. Parts 21.21 covered will of course be dealt all the churches. We urge every
Bros. with Co. one who is interested in helpingor
Motor
Gaylord Displayer Carmichael Supply
THE. TOWN OF WHITE.SPRINGS, ."SSSTS *- knew what man would do before he Lags.; ...................... 30.95 I Equipment parts .......... 65.83 with,according. to law, he added. .\ teaching a class to please attend
..a..municipal'corporation. Florida Power Corp. Lights |Arvan Steel Co. Equip parts 213.62 this meeting. ,
Plaintiff, placed him in the garden of Eden Library .................... 7.61 I I Ottis Brown Motors Eqp. parts 6.34 ,Co. Officers & Employees Retire. t Miss Florine Jackson visited

-.vs.- .. *".. but he made him a freewill chara- North Florida Telephone Co. .Keenan Welding Supplies Road Fund .................... 178.10 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bartow
Certain lands In the town of >' "t gig- acter and gave him command Telephone Library ........ 8.50 Suppies ..................... 9.90 Social Security Acct. ...... 161.41 Jackson over the weekend. She has
White Springs, Florida, ments which must be obeyed or :Mott Buick Co. Book Mobile Armco Metal Products Pipe 1163. 8 Mrs Gus Han, Eggs ..... ... 2.70 been working in Tampa for the past
Hamilton County, In which suffer the consequences ,and he Expense .................... 7.80 Lewis Lumber Co. Lumber 84.09 There bein gno further business'several months. .
told him what the_ consequences Elizabeth Ball RefundEx Pro. Shands & Baker Inc. Road before the Board ,said'Board adjourned I Is hike and
taxes are delinquent.AJtpXDZD would be if he ate of the forbidden Meet .........'.........._.. 59.03 Materials ................., 8.72 '. '*''. I! Mr. Worth planning a
WARNING TO ALL PERSONS'WHO OWE TAXES TO school, Tuesday evening! 3 p.m.
DELINQUENT when tempted by the andthereby Road Employees Salary Repairs ... 38.10 ATTEST: Thelma Lewis-Clerk i
SHOW CAUSE. ...... fell from the. tempter of God. O" Neal Goolsby ...?...... 204.04 Colonial Life Insurance Co. 11.00 by Alice Jones D. C. 'May 21. His class will hike to Blue
.THE STATE OF FLORIDA grace W. S. Jackson ............ 183.70;I Blue Cross-Blue Shield .... 126.50' (SEAL) Sink, swim and have refreshments.
It becomes just that simple when
TO ALL PERSONS, FIRMS OR CORPORATIONS having any
we accept the Bible and only the
interest in or lien upon any of the lands described in this Amended ,
Bible for all of our information
Notice and in the Amended Complaint filed in the above styled cause,
I instead of the doctrines of man. TOTAL PERFORMANCE
situated in Hamilton County, Florida. to :
', '. -' ;wit: God promised then to send a savior .t .
YEAR, DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp Rg. : ..J
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and through his love and mercy for ,
1953-60 A 192 foot .r
triangular shape of Lang's Retrace ,
his creature the end results .
Block 1 ...................................... 12 2 15 man
his only begotten son
giveing
1954-60 Lot 1 of Block 2 of Renauld Survey ............ 7 2 16 were
througlrdesire .whom as many as by faith
1929-60 70' x 143' in SW comer of Lang's Retrace ...... 7 2 16
to be saved obey and
1960 Lot 1 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6 2 16 may
receive the promise of eternal life.
1929-60 Lot 2 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6 2 16 11:6
John 3:16. Rom. 10:17 Heb
1929-60 Lot 6 of Block 57 of Lang's Retrace ............ 6 2 16 Rom.
Lk 13:3 Acts 17:30 Mt. 10:32
,I 1929-60 Lot 4 of Block 55 of Lang's Retrace ............ 7 2 16 2:38. I
10:9-10. Mk 16:16 Acts
1929-60 Lot 8 of Block 55 of Lang's Retrace ............- 7 2 16 .
1929-60 Lot 3 of Block 57 'of Lan 's Retrace ............ 6* "2. 16 .* ,_ K.ph.E.938-2091 Thomas I I T Tr. :

1956 Lot 6 of Block 54 of Lang's Retrace ... ...... 7 2' 16 -"
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1960 SH of lot 2 of Block 7 of Mobley's addition .. 62 16 LOW INTEREST I I _

1959-60 100 ft x 235 ft. ... .. ............... 7 2 16
1960 20 acres of N% of SW% of SEth .............. 6 2 16 I LONG TERM I

1929-60 Lots 10 and 11 of Block 16 .................. .i7 .2 16 LOANSI

1929.60 Lot 4 of Block 57 ... .........................1U6.Zt.16; II I
1960 20 acres In SE corner; less portion in NW comer 7 2 16' Thru the :

1929-60 (Est) Lot 2 of Bock? 13 .............ri.......:;*" 7,- 2-16 '
1929-44 Lot 2 of Block 54 .............................. 7 2 16 Federal Land BnnV} i

1954-60 Lot 2 of Hlock 54 ._....................... 7 2 16 .
1929-60 54 ft x 143 ft. in SW corner ....... ....*..-.... 7 2 16 Live Oak FO 2S2S'' r -

YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear and: show can-?* before s-i H FEDERAL LAND BANKASSOCIATION _
Court on or before the 6th day of June. A. D. 1963. \\""' the fee sirrpl:" _
title to said lands should not be by said Court decreed to be vested In r .

County free and clear of all liens and claims of every k"ni and such fee LIVE OAK __ 1_
Is.simple title in said County thereby foreever qu'etrd. confirmed and _
said County free and clear of all liens and claims of every kind and such 311 South Ohio Avenue : T'

fee is simple title in said County thereby forever quited confirmed and ti $
set at rest any and all claims on the part of each and everyone of you; __
and you are warned that on or after the aforesaid return date a decree _
will be sought. I........ : $3
IT IS ORDERED that this Amended Notice will be published four
times in the Jasper News, a newspaper of general circulation and \\ X.i s i ,

published in Hamilton County, Florida. '

WITNESS my hand and official seal this 7th' day of MayA. I _
4
D.; 1963
THELMA LEWIS

Clerk Circuit Court of Hamilton

.' / County Florida.of Circuit Court aforesaid. I .i _

j by'Alice Jones, Deputy Clerk

(SEAL)1 May 10. 17. 24. 31.rF .. ;

.. IOCiuppyp :-H.. ...-: ALAXK MVM.mars HARDTOP
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t .. YOUR TOY LUND KNOWS ABOUT FOlD BUMINJTY. .YOU'D BE OUT ENJOYING A '63 FORD
Keep calm, cool: and collected

when you hav electrical :SPKEEP STORY -' Ask Tiny 'Lund about Ford durability: Hell. tell you how it You can't put a long-term warranty like ours on a short-

I LL troubles A quick phone call to ,,::: helped him win America's toughest stock-car competition, the term car. The '63 Fords have a better warranty because they're

I our shop and your worries are I : AUVETOREVERthe ( Daytona 500. Lund placed first in a Ford,with four other Fords built better,than any Fords in history.. You see evidence of this

over. Free estimate cheerfully between. ,covert right behind him for an unprecedented sweep of the first'ftve extra toughness in Ford's outstanding competitive wins this year.

I I gh-en.- oj one0f places. Only the Fords were iough enough to stand the;pace.Greater 43 Fords won the gnieEflg Daytona, Riverside,.and Atlanta

1 .,: : 'WeddiaRAibbcm3. .. s,t l : .durafeStyus ffeereason t t' 'Ford is able to offer a 101.115I8"1p. ami the demandirigvFiire' 'Op! .Performance Trials. Only
.. USED T-V cars with total performance could roll wins.
.+ up so many big
wamnty. offer
\'1heSnhole.tree! story -. s car Only a true, !total-performance! could
t Before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, silent Super
; o! ,our weddffi fai as complete a warranty as this-with. no strings attached:
I t ONLY $50 color or in cor.pedaEycud .. Torque Ford.: : If you haven't driven one lately, you can't really
Iaished 'pests ''ford Motor Company warrants to its dealers,and its dealers, .know,what a new Ford is like. Remember if Irs bulk by Ford;

\ USED Jut for yon by in turn, warrant to owners as follows: That for 24 months or Jfs built for performance total- performance. .'*'f' :

of sillies : for 24,000; miles,whichever comes first, free replacement including --
csu our j h0.dry or tOOPiwlnc.wfcidwvw cwnes 6*. for ito 427 [.ill? oN a W Md pr i
"' candid pliex )- related I labor, will. be made by dealers of any part
Refrigerator
..::_ photo .. CJ-D. 4Y 9ngims mi ivfated powrf In**ccrapontou ;; .
with a defect in workmanship or materials.Tires are not covered -- J '

r a*rom ONLY: $75 by the warranty; appropriate adjustments will be made .seii, s&Ht SUPER T6HQK, .", ,:'

We teyV.host by the tire companies. Owners will remain responsible: ( > \. Whotiiaftltisfor SEE THEM normal maintenance services, routine replacement of parts, IIUDIWIU PIOOUaS ,-

; breaHutto&&t. BEFORE YOU BUY! .such_ as filters[ spark plugs, ignition points wiper blades,brake .' c ornr '.: :;,Pif" .R 0' ifor
: dutch linings, and normal deterioration of soft trim and IQTDIctllPAD'I !II
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A PRAYER FOR TIMES LIKE THESE! I

j Our Dear Heavenly Father we come to you 'today .through our
mediator and High Priest Christ Jesus thy only Begotten son: I I The Jennings F. F. A.

Dear Lord we are perplexed because of intolerance in our neighbors .; ",. I Chapter Accomplishment
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.and friends. In our fair little city that although they, profess to t.. I '

love:'us and )'OJ..yet they are trying. ''to hinder their.neighbors,, friends, I Report. :

f endJellow Christians in their work find l..bor.for. you. .tj& .. b -_ m T. We, the members of the Jen-
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) You said you would have a tied peopSe, oh. Lord, and we don't : Rx .f I nnngs F. F, A. Chapter feel that-t

mind being tried for your sake buttL.ord when they put forth their I_z':;:_ the past year has been very successful ;1
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efforts against your Holy Business dear Lord, that you told your church .. and we would like to sliatewith 1 h. ,
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the Body of Christ of which all Christians and Christian churches are apart : you some of our outstanding !J

to be as, a city set upon a hill to shine for you and when a church : accomplishments.Last .

tries to obtain a new location only to be a greater light for you to I ra
F b w April our chapter acted as
come forth out of obscurity and witness for our beliefs which are truths :;,,,. ,.i.. _
set forth in your word and which the ,constitution of our wonderful :: ,...,., r"' I host for the annual sub-district contest George Hogan of Live Oak holds the head of a bear he shot last
: Our chapter was representedI Thursday night at about9:30 the Max Farm
near Hartley about six miles
ahho small-but
Country gives us privilege to do, then that church ( i I
: tractor driving by Wayne Hurst east of Jasper. This is not open season for bears, of course but this
residential little
great) can't even build a church in a section of this C
[who placed first. Bill Butler also four-legged marauder was making nightly forays against beehives in?
city when definitely residential sections contains these one familydwellings
; : I .... .. represented the chapter in Public the and bear
churches, schools, synagogues and convents according! to ourcity's '$. area a trap was nst available to capture him alive. The
}. < 1 speaking and Chuck Butler Wayne hunting party, which included Floyd and D. W. Peterson had tried
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planning ordinance. Still this church is not allowed to build in a ..
I $ : .,,' I Hurst C. W. Pennington Jr Jerry
: .v., unsuccessfully to trail him with dogs and to ambush him. After several -
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residential section in a new location because three city councilmen did .fI' ; '
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: :: ::- | Blah, Odell Beeche and Ronal scaffold built in
I' .. nights a was a tree near the beehives, and Mr.
not approve (disapproved) after it had been recommended to them by :
.: i Rogers(, placed second in the parliamentary Bruin didn't smell thehunters until too late. He was weighed at
our planning board and we do appreciate their efforts for the :;
but Lord direct us now. church'j' ;o., ,< 'J',< Procedure contest. scales at Evans Products Company, and weighed. 235 pounds.

Please Lord: make a way change hearts and minds ", .,' I During June Jim Bates and Bill I -- -

of the work cf this small church which is God's work. for this' is all S' >: .; S Butler represented the Jennings The Value of Driver Education .

done according to your will and is the Business of God, which it is II', .. ,. '.". 1 I j F. F. A. Chapter at the state con-II
Instructor Craver
By Elijah Rhodes High Scholl White Springs,
vention held in Daytona Beach. At
dangerous for one to go against. : : t
Father through Jesus ,we thank you for your mercies providedfor i< ,,,,-1:-- .)c; :.' I this time Ronald Rogers, Bobby'I Almost every high school student If you are a young driver (poten-

us through your death which became atonement for our Souls and t' -- '1t : ". I Howell...and Robert Home were pre I II becomes a driver and in the next tial or active) avail yourself of the-

your stripes (where you were smitten for us) for the Healing of our : i .. I sented their state farmers degrees. i decade there will be more than opportunity in driver education In
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Bodies and peace on this earth and in the hearts of men. i> J I Our chapter scrapbook was on, three million youngsters reaching one of the schools of the county.

Amen! tl !*; s. |display at the state convention and I II driving age everY year. At the alar- 1 If you are parents and have poten-

Mercy Shown : n was selected as first place in the ming rate of young driver accidents tial or active drivers in your home

district winning $10.00. '! today the price we would pay in I see that they take the driver edu-

To Discuss i Goodson said, "These meetings II r I In .the fall our chapter held its : the years ahead for not training cation that is being offered In the-

I will.give the sportsmen the opportunity first annual breeder hog show and' these beginners would be an intolerable high schools of the county.

New Game Rule'sAt to express their desires as !: ;> benefit fish fry. The chapter mem- I' waste of 'lives and re-
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to hunting and fishing regulations bers exhibiting swine were Jim!,sources. I

] Public Meet and also allow the Commission to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller Willis of 815 Seminole Avenue Bates Horace Bates Vernon Creech i I Actually driver training is as important FRESHMAN WINSCONTEST

explain the reasons for certain regu Orlando, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Becky Jean Rieky HoweD. Donald Ray McCul- ; today to the high school !j STORY

Brantley Goodson Regional Man- latons. The policy of the Commis- Willis to Mr. Samuel Frazer Sears 5341 Lake Jessamine Drive Orlando I ley Jerry Blair Bill Butler .and: .,curriculum as any academic sub-

ager fo rthe Game & Fresh Water sion Is to provide the sportsmenwith son of Mrs. B. F. Sears and the late Mr. Sears of Jasper. Franklin Newton. I ject, for learning to live sensiblyand W. O'Cain Thumbtzen son of Mr.
the regulations he desires and Mrs. Thumbtzen of Clearwater
Fish Commission's Northeast Re- The will take in the First Church sucessfully with the automobileyes.
wedding place Presbyterian The Jennings F. F: A. chapter
keeping within, sound J>\pligical formerly Jasper has won second
gion .announced that three publicF while August. 23, 1963. ................ hadithe.grand I,- ,to Ijye alive has become prize In national
chajnpion.sowyvand
a snort-storyron-
principles. ; .
have been scheduled in vital in-our..1nc asinglr-memani.
meetings Miss'Vi1 s graduated ironvEdgewater: High'School and 'attended Jerry Blair ha"dthe grand Cham- test. ..
1 the Northeast Region to discuss: Goodson! said:he strongly urges zed and mobile age. As an intgral
Florida State University where she was a member of Delta Gamma pion boar and Bin Butler won the) f
th 1963-64 hunting#. and fishing regu all.hunters and fishermen to attend Sorority, -: I showmanship trophy. .i part of the formal education of our. W. O'Cain Thumbtzen is the grand!

lations. these meetings ,so a mutual under Mr. Sears graduated from Jasper High School and The Citadel youth, it provides an unexcelled son of Mrs. Clementine Thu mbtzen

1 A meeting wil be held at the standing mzy be reached between with a B..s. degree in electticial engineering. He is now employed byDynatronics I At the breeder show Franklin I I opportunity to make sure youngsters of Jasper and the great grandson

I Suwannee County Court House In.1 the sportsmen-and the Game 0D1.-: Inc. ........ Newton, Vernon Creech Donald learn good citizenship habits i jof the late Mr. and Mrs. W. B

Live Oak. June 6 at 8:00 p.m. li iP'C'4! Ray McCulley Ricky Howell Jerry behind .the wheel.before they have I; Roux of Jasper.. William is a for
frKEENE
Blair- 'exhibited. Jerry Blair HOT chance "develop bad habit) the mer student of Carver High School

IIART 1"I grand champion Poland China Sow. "hit and. miss. '' methods prevailing I White :Springs and J. R. E. Lee

ii I I At the state F. F. breeder-show today. : High School Jasper.

in Tallahassee the chapter had the There can be no doubt that the
reserve grand champion boar and i The writer is a freshman at
f logical place to begin is with new
] Hampton Institute. Hampton Va.
Jerry Blair had grand champion drivers. Since they must be taughtthe
HAVE lOt) EVER i iWrrNifSS N WNgt ',, GO' DOWN TO Poland China Boar and sow. Jerry proper' attitudes as well as i|The college said he was awared
APPEARED AS A Blair also won the Flint River $20000 for his entry in a contest
sletp I skills of sound driving the highschool's
MY Mills award as the- outstanding unique educational facilities -t conducted Jointly by Readers Di-
I. $EFORE 7 ; exhibitor in the' show. The chapter I, and classroom atmosphere will I Best and United Negro College
Y YES Si! I Fund. The
was represented by a farm judging I magazine retained publication -
produce far more superior
comprehensive
YER *, i rN AN-I SD1Y'ANDtaNOR team composed of Jerry Blair Bill results than 1 rights to his story entitled
n ..IUa6E THEIR FUtE I I and lasting "Alone".
-: tigtYKE FOR) 'tJRSELF Butler and Bill Laseter. the informal efforts of relatives or

: EVER ONE KNOWI S : During the winter our chapter friends. Thumbtzen is a 1962 graduate of

THE E YERDICTI participated in the official F. F. A; The benefits of driver educationto Pinelas High School ,CleaJWGter.I .

E' h'- calendar program. We financed this the community could not be I

activity: by sponsoring the Jennjngs more tangible or significantit I THOMAS WILLIAMS TAKES

) F. F .A. calendar in cooperation reduces, the wrecking, of lives in PART LX GRAND SLAM II .

f with local merchants. WeI future families and property. As a

,JlTf MMiCntt! W "- yky41 I would! like to thank all the mer- result of fewer ::accidents saving in i Army PFC Thomas G.. Williams

I % ;rp chants who cooperated with us in dollars and cents as well as in son of Gillie Williams Jasper Fla

Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE this program. human resources accrue to all of took part in Exercise GRAND-

,I At the State Fair in Tampa a us as parents breadwinners and SLAMII May 2 through 7 with other
PER CYLINDER members of the 7th Artillery lit
Yc.mur
23p01HOLLOWAY'S!
1 p., livestock judging team composedof taxpayers not just to the young
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CASH ON DELIVERY Bill Butler Bill Laseter and II ] drivers involved. These include: Germany.

i Jerry Blair represented the chapter!i (1)) reduced property repair cost; Elements of the Canadian.
(2) reduced hospital and medical French and German armed for-
'S y At the North Florida Livestock!
e ces also participated in the exer-
cost. (3)) reduced governmental
'. Show in Madison last month the
( courts, cise which was designed to test
chapter entered one Hereford steer services, such as police,
motor vehicle department etc. and plans and procedures of NATO
and Jim DeVane, also entered a
I Hereford stter. The chapter's steer (4) reduced insurance costs. On forces assigned to Central Europe.
I All-I I Williams a communications:
4 I was bought by the Hill-Browne Co. the matter of insurance costs
SY-2-51 ,'for 35 cents per pound and'Mr.'Pete state Insurance Company pioneered specialist in the artillery's 5th Mis-
.. .,J' MOUI.OWAV Jlm' the Driver Training Discount. In sile Battalion in Germany received
I I Cunningham purchased s steer
most states Allstate offers a i basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C
for 35 cents per pound. At the bar-
discount to male The 20-year-old soldier Is a 1961
f straight 15 percent I
row show the following day our
I [drivers under 25 years old who had I graduate of J. R. E. Lee High
had the
i chapter reserve youth pen- j
< School.nnji'i.
education
acquired drivers
of-three Jerry Blair also exhibited
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In the Valdosta Fat Cattle Show
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t and Sale held March 13 .five steers

': CLEAR, COMFORTABLE' VISION .r" were entered by the chapter and

members. Donald Ray McCulley. CIRCUIT COtRT. THIRD IN CIRCT'IT POURTjrruriAr
I I Jerry Blair Curtis Wetherington JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 1IA CIRCUIT item
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,AT REASONABLE PRI: .. and Horace Bates (showing for the TON COUNTY ) nL-1 IN IL/TON CHANCERY CO" 'Y. FLORIDA
LEROY GLASS! "I.l.tlf.v. i
1 f[ chapter )entered: steers. At the sale MRT A. WYKOFF. .I..UC

;f, held that night,Donald Ray's steer WOODIR. CIAS", etrm4mmt 1
VS.
IN THE NAME AND BY TilE
gi141Y4! : was purchased by Carrol Packingi AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF ''JI.\RL.'XP K. WYKOFF
: : : Mr. and Mrs. David Woodrow Keene of Orlando, Florida announce -I i i Company for 30 cents per pound FLORIDA: fe..t-
THR
whose resl IN THK NAMK AND BY
TOYOODIE GLASS.
,.. the engagement of their daughter :lrbara La P tia. to Joseph B. :Jerry Blair's steer was bought by deuce and addrw* i* 1129 20th AUTHORITY OF THB 8TATB Of

II!" ti ReedjHart,!: sdh-of. Mr,andMrs.John R. Hart of Jasper, Florida. The. Blair's Esso Service of Valdosta street. Phoenix City. Alabama: FLORIDA:

k .- .. :..the eyes of efrery'p dent\ << wedding. will'take place in Orlando. July 13 in the Broadway MethodistMiss for 30c per pound.. Curtis Weth- bees A sworn filed In bill this of Court complaint aa-ai.having.t you, residence TO: HARLJIND and address E WYKOFF.to Unknown Wbose

are thoroughly and, scientifically Keene was graduated from Terry Parker: High.School in erington's steer was bought by the relief therein Bought being divorc A sworn Mil of complaint having

< examined->disease,, Jacksonville, Florida and received her degree in Interior Designingat Capo Packing Co;, fyr, 30% cents and to answer other relief nafd ,complaint you are required OB I I I been the relief filed therein in this Court sought against being you di-

i' 'defect and,visual;aimtnnaKties. the University of Florida. She is a member of Phi Mu Sorority.Mr. per pound. The chapters steer was .or before 25. 19$*. furnishing to:!voice and other relief you are required -
C! A. ItT Jasper Florida Plata* to answer saM eompiainS on or
.wetted,'jg.!MwiK, be Hart attended high school in Immokalee.Florida, and was bought by Everett well'Dri 1i tiffs Attorney a copy thereof else ,,before May :s IMS. fumUhteg tJC.
x prescribed ''to e ctf" ireKeats. -' graduated: from Jennings High School in 1957. He received his B. S. Degree -.' for 2m, cents per pound. In g.co.1 decree pro eonfesso will be entered A. ArrU-tt. Jasper, Florida Plalatitre ,
cis.
.And,at PeatM 9Ptf aI.. in Social ,Studies from the University of Florida 1962. He was a ;' tion chapter members won $ against. Witness you.ror hand and the official i decree Attorney pro coafecso a copy wfll thereof be entered

M the' most.,cosgtete Opteme- member the Georgia Seagle Christian Cooperation and served as prize money. > seal of this Court at Jasper Florida apl..t TOU.i .
... Four members have this Seth day of April A. D. 1X2.Tholrna j i Witness my hand a ad the offfetar
: :. 4 trie service* *ad glasses are president during his senior year. Mr. Hart is presently- 2nd IX United chapter applied -I Lewis Clerk Circuit seal of this Court at Jasper, Florida,
av&Oabk at the >raort reasoa States Marine Corps, stationed at Quantico Va. fo rthe State Farmer Degree Court. Hamilton County this 10th day of AprH A. D ISIS.Thelma '
and hope to .receive it at the State Florida Lewis, Clerk circuit:
able cost. .__ C. A. Arriett I Court of Hamilton County
"" M :, Convention Jater this year. These, JasperFHorid Florida.
{ ft>e ."J, oil l' Iii : members'are Jerry. Blair Wayne ,By Alice Jones, D C. i i, by Alice Jones Deputy Clerk
; 1 I M-Y RTTME5v R'S (SEAL) (SEAL)
: ; Hurst C. W. Pennington Jr.- and May 3. 1*. 17. 21INVITATION' ,, I TXA-: ATrtett
rust QulitJ i Sir&YisiDD lIasita 5'Ir4 Get r 6larle: .1 Roger -AveritL I #ffper.. Florida .- -+ -
,j May S. 10. 17. 24
IWIShto thank
S Last monthwe participate in the TO BID 1 J

tOYI $1450 1 (! *75' sub-district contest held in Mayo Sealed bids will be received at 5- -SIN I

hS = all my customers for their past orders for funeral Our chapter was represented in dry Hall Jasper Florida until I COUNTY JUDGE'S
I the Public Speaking contest by 5:00 p.m., Monday June 3, 19&l., on COURT. IN AND FOR HAMILTON

I.cy0.t"es .tiCMMtiM: Ltssts-ni:'. rnn fit -. .g..a--I : ...- t..... F flowers,' however/ beginning May I 15, 1963 I WILL Jerry Blair who placed first. The the following items: Bids to be opened IN PROBATE COUNTY SITTING FLORIDA

L"I ene.. *==_....1&pllilgitditlMt fMC Ni05E1. NO LONGER PREPARE FLOWERS FOR Parliamentary Procedure team and considered by the City. IN RE: Estate of

,as l Ia.nl{;i IJeitoal 1 Gtmq _II (i1t...isv au. ,. fir_ was composed of six boys for the Council at 7:30 p.m. June 3. 19&3.I I EtTUl NOTICE AI/TMAJT.TO CREDITORS Pleased.

s 1M SUt SVI-'" NERALS. FU-I I chapter, Harry? Pennington Curtis ITEM 1: Repair sandblast, and All creditors of the estate hsrebr of
EULA AI/TMAN. deceased arc -
Wetherin&on Wayne Hurst Jerry paint 75,000 gallon water tank ....
SATI2KMHCSKVEKiENT ar--- notified sad required to any
When In need of GIFTS or FLOWERS for other Blair C. W. Pennington Jr. and located on site kown as Maxwell claims or demands which they mar

.;,;. G1EKT M EXTIA;WIT occasions please visit or call my 'shop. We will Chuck Butler who placed first'also I Brothers Mill. of have the against County said Judge estate of to the Hamilton Ollie*

specialize in wedding work hospital arrangements Wayne Hurst and Roper Avriett ITEM: To furnish F.O.B. Jas- ConntT. Florida, la the Courthouse
._iRMt!' I pitched horseshoes for the chapter per. 3.000 'feet Class 150 8-inch at Jasper. Florida. with six calendar
.and At all times have hand moths from the dat of the first
rtI ,corsages. we on pennan- and wonfirst place.The last event AsbestoS Concrete Pressure publication of this nottee. Ba!tk

.1 :>=: ent flowers potted plants and green 'P rants. of the evening was the -softball Pipe. claim or demand mast be to wrtttar:
roodM
of
most stato the place
and The City Council reserves the I land .
lrBar game played between Jennings and post office a4droM of the claimant
Be sure sad call 792-3421 when we can be of Mayo.. Jennings won by.a score of right to accept the lowest and/or' aad most be sworm to OT t4.
claimant Ms agent, or his ate,
"- best bid and the right to
reserves
service to "you.. eight to four. .: or it will b eomo void ati'+fciC u.
t To aH of you who have helped reject any/or all bids for tfce: best law.
interest of the City of Jasper. NKa Casa Bryan. ll aasu ls
Myrtle\ White make this another successful year of tho Will of Eala AMnaa.
let me say ""Jbank you" l R. IL Flak deceased.
12 N. Patterson St., Valdosta Phone 242-5858 I I City Manager April 21. May t. 10. 17. IH1PAGE





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Friday May 17. 1963 THE JASPER NEWS. J A'S'P.E R FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN



: JENNINGS' ,Jennings HI .- : : r::You-And- YourSchool ; ; I:/ Burnham News Mellie Mr. ;and Deas. trsMaxieMathis and Wanda. anders District were attending Convention the of Southeastern Cttri4t rtQIIrchesM"G'edf4a'at

NEWS na -' \ Senior Chatter 11.---:7" Rv LOIS ZIPPEREK childre' JB g 'i4g spent.l\_both, Christian
; ""Several members of the Home ,Day with-their parents, Mr.

-::::''bWRay": -NelL:Burnett .--.:'-7 b.1'Serious: J .. ...... ...iThe -..>>-M 'L.:-I-:Pjpwell.; "tL-' Principal.I "'.s' n *r* o.. i Demonstration Clubs met at the and Mrs. A. L. Mathis of Jasperand Church, in Valdosta Sunday afternoon a
;;, : :' : i PJS V" Power in Mr i= and'-MrsJliJert _11al..E.tepdfted
; ;; 'c "' ,I Florida Lounge Jasper ZippererT-
What -
world'oftoday least bout f a :
or
at .I yeI nice meeting. *
hope i ati t tpothe ,had;a11appywMotahe Not so long til that big1date>We ... a\erages. ?hursdaycaijt 9 for the purpose of Mr-and Mrs. Isaac Shiver had ', *
the world of education is :I school < t' or \ :
j more test e vonn? +eriv.psriieular s
"' s
s
.Day.. .... are proud to say so long Old.JH.s.: I \arnino* tq, smock pillows. Everyone SQD.e, Df their children with them
conscious than ever before. Col like? How tall- is he? I
grade
Mr. and Mrs.
The Jennings Missionary Baptist President Jerry Spoke to the r :appreclaied.the= instructions for dinner Mother's Day. They David Keeling visit
t Church their-flowers last Sun- Jasper Kiwanis Club'last Tuesday' lege admission officers use test How much doe$ he weight How far from Mrs. Cora Hlllhouse and Mrs. were Mrs and Mrs. Kenneth Shiver ed Mrs. Keeping's uncle, Sam Hammock -
gave
scores among other criteria to determine -I I jean he throw a baseball? What
day to the oldest and youngest Rodger says that the teachers I White. This was something new and children of Palatka and Mr at the Suwannee County Hospital -
the advisability of permit grade does he make in math English
in Live Oak afternoon..
mother and the mother with the have loaded down the Seniors with anc2 quite interesting. Refreshments and Mrs. Maurice Lindauer and Sunday
ting a given individual to enter college or Reading? When we begin Mr. Hammock has
work. I served. children of Valdosta. been confined
most children. The flower for the were Mr. and Mrs;
:
Some colleges have begun to deal specifically with the average . I there for the several
Hudson past days.
George
and children
oldest mother went to Granny Pear Linda is chairman for Class Night the visit-
of waiving the rotl'tmystical
practice tobe
neces- pupil, we fimhim:
son, who is 78, the flower for the which will be May 31. 1 sity for freshmen who score unusually -I and inM1 91 When we Weiner Boast I!ed them Sunday afternoon. a s

youngest mother went to Mrs. Don- Ben has interests in Jennings high on a given subject to want to find the Average score on Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Burnham 'S. j Mr. and Mrs' Aaron Hogan were

ald Smith and the flower for the) now-what next? 1 take the freshman course in this I a given test weZadd'p11 the scores I entertained the Christian Youth I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hostie and i entertained with a barbecue supperat

mother with the most children west Judy had a wonderful kitchen J particular subject. Many college and divide by the:"number who took Fellowship of Burnham Church children of ;Jacksonville spent the their home near White Springs' '
to Mrs. H. Deas. I know all of with a weiner roast at their home weekend I' Monday night. May 13. Those
I shower last Thursday. This was scholarships are granted upon the the test. Quite often no one actual, I with'Mrs. Dostie's mother present
these are enjoying their pot plants. giverf by the Senior Class. .I basis of competitive test scores. ly made the average score. The Saturday night, May 11. Quite a Mrs. Minnie Waters. Mrs. Waters to enjoy the occasion were

Airs. Margaret Tuten presented the Joyce plans to work in Jacksonville I[Elementary' and 'high schools giveI model score,is perhaps more signi-I t number were present to enjoy roasting went home with them Sunday aft -1 Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Cunningham.

flowers. .. I tests and use test results to meas- ficant. Here we determine the l weiners and: *playing* games l ternoon tax:spend a few days. II i'.i Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zipperer all:

Mr. and Mrs. ,Johnny Gamgo-;I ure academic achievement, schol: greatest number( pupils making i s s I = ., 1 daughter .Miss Lois Zipperer and

chion and children of Jacksonville SI:.M.home, we and are in,surely glad to:again."have:t' astic aptitude ,grade' and homeroom 1! the same sorcebfl a given'test.--A t Mr, and' li rs. Royce Martin and !I Mr. and- Mrs., Teford Sullivan Mrs. Joe Sullivan.

visited:Mr.. and Mrs. you our group children of Tallahassee Moth-
Johnny Butler and Edna workingon placement for diagnostic and j>specific averagepSBbf specific score.I spent
Lynette are
and family and Mrs. Jesse Kinsey.: the Baccalaureate remedial purposes to determine I I or a specificlft: p -Placement ,1s j ers.Dayiwith Mrs. Martin's parents rCLASSIFIEDADS

'Vfam "sorry that My grand Syl Holland has anew programs secre- vocational: interests and aptitudesand j quite often mot misleading than j Mr. andj Mrs. Bryant Deas, and Mr.

mother Mrs. Hattie Wynn has been often for personality adjust revealing unless 'many more related -I and Mrs!: Albert Deas.
ill this week. tary. t .s. HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE 2 Watch infected skin
1 ments. Not only is the educational : factors are brought Into fo- slough off. See

I know all the second gradersare Betty plans to go to business J world interested in tests, and test cus. We ha4..niqbttttier! (, speak! fn 3-3fit**, Wallace Deas has been confined .bedroom Palace Ranch Home. healthy skin replace it. Itch and

glad to have their classmate, i I I f school Senior when she returns- from the tRuth >j.j.f results but federal and state agencies -" terms of a ssiljfcj: ange'OF:fuarf{f tojPpeview!! Hospital for the Length 41 feet width 10 feet 1956 burning are gone. Today Wise's

Linda McGraw back. Jjnda has Trip. ;and many industrial plants tile spread og fiMrtjfcabte' 'learning'* past severaI'days.j' jc* model partly furnished. 51500 cash Drug Store and Kayo's Drug Store.

been" in>the. hospltaL I J II I t Beta Club had Convention.a good trip,down at the are interested in and use test scores I I rate than to say....ST' it'parent th there Contact John,R. Hart Box $53, Rt. Jasper. M31c.
ItnI
I wish Mr. Jim Westberry a, The Seniors have two wonderful -; All branches of the armed services is the score or here, Is, the 1. !I Mr.: and Mrs. Franklin Gaston 1 Jasper- ., telephone- 792-317L .

speedy recovery He is ilL :I parties coming up. I II Civil Service Employment agencies Q. that your child has made#:;We i had:quite a bit of company for PLASTIC LAMINATING: Protect-. REPAIRS-We repair all type
and state merit boards use test results have much and little [ dinner Sunday. They Mr.I I
difficulty were
-
I patience
Preserve Valuable TV and
Music Recital is Friday night, More later. I Beautify I radios, also small ape
17th. I hope everyone can atend.I I .I as a basis of job placementand i I in trying to pinpoint a -specific I and Mrs. Hollis McCullough of Tallahassee Photos, Do.tunents. Sealed in plas-i pltances. Mannings Radio Service,

know you will enjoy it. often times advancement. The i score whether it be in achievement ,Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoo.vel1l tic; Wallet size 25c each larger J JasperSY 2-4421. ttc.I .

The sixth grade thanks Cheryl Hospital New* I State Board of Pubjic Instruction I, aptitude or intelligence.-Lit-!-and.children and Mr. and I If i size 5c square inch.. Add 2c each for i .

Deas for brining her birthday cake.It I 1- uses test scores as a basis of grant- I tIe reliance should be placed on i j ell'S daughter,Mrs. Ernie Hartman ,mail orders. FURNISHED APARTMENT For
ing continuing contract status and test. With the accumulation and children also Rev. and Mrs. I rent, upstairs. Call 792-6331
was delicious. wish her i I IIX HOSPITAL NOW: anyone i dan stainer PHOTOGRAPHY, 221 Robert
happy birthdays. many I I I Mrs. Lucinda Green, Huey Falaney for granting merit or competence : of data more accurate and sci-I Charles Rogers! minister of the. West Howard Street, Live OakFlorida Ehlert Reg. Real Estate Broker

Everyone: just. about are swimming Mrs. Hattie Dawes, Don V. Wimmer I award pay. So, like it or not we I entific conclusions may be reached. ,Jennings., Methodist' .--. ,'Ca. I:I tin lien
: now. I I:|J. D. Cox Jr. Arthur P. Loewe are confronted with tests on every I, Finally,- we would like to say -- SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS
Sgt. and Mrs. Aubra
and
C. A. Avriett E. W. Rozier hand and corner We just as well that individual test scores matters Young Best
Boy can I wait till tobacco season -, are FREE LUBRICATION! of condition. Priced
children of Coco Beach and Mr. and
is in. In the field we win go! 1 Mrs. Essie Sweat i I get our children acclimated and .of privatejco5: : ern to the child! Mrs. and We will give a FREE Lube Job to I*U. Mannings Radio Service
Miss: Linda Eason visited her Colored:. Alberta Scott I conditioned for tests and more his teacher; :an .'e'parents; Thesematters _George YoungJr._ children :! with each oil t'hange--for a Jasper. Phone SY 2441 tfc,
of
parents Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ea John Ponds Bertha Sowell ,i I are not forpublic) discussions -I Perry spent Sunday with: limited time only!
tests.We Mr. and Mrs George 'Young Sr. I II f fI
son over the weekend. Ann Walls Sarah Curry t or !!!parlSOns. Naturally S Firestone Tire
have recently administered, I Theyalso spent some time with I Ij I : I i I FOOD USED TV-Installed for
Mrs. R. M. King and boys from I'' DISCHARGED' Since Last Wek. scored, and prepared individualand there must be general" comparisonsas i Mrs.. 'Youngl 4!Pa rents, Mr. and S Delco Batteriesat I $100 and up. Mannings Radio

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.. George Miss Gail Hayes Mrs. Agnes Hart class profiles for children Tn< to-,where:. a.chiH( Stands:In a>given -i, Mrs.-Leon Self, also .visiting Mr. I Ii I Ii _competitive, prices! r Service, SY -4421, Jasper tfc

M. Beck and family of Gainesville, Mrs. Rheda Hogan Terrie Fine grades 38. We are now ready to class, but Jt7f'! |Ito? tq be'compared .i i and Mrs.' George Young Sr. over I FRED TAYLOR'S _

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Skipper and I Mrs. Juanita Dees, Sharron Jarrard discuss with any interested parent with'any other 'sPecific' individual -1 I the weekend was Miss Rita SteIl' I TEXACO' : STATION : FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Furnished -

family of East family East Palat- Mrs. Mary Joyce Mitchell i the results of these test scores. student. Again let us -say phensjof, Tallahassee.\ Jasper, ,, .Telephone 792-2903 apt. ph. 792-6951 M31o
ka Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Armstrong Mrs. Mattie Lou Peacock Tests for that we shall be most happy to! '"'-
the third,grade were different ss *
Mrs Alma I interested I -it."\zn. FARMS WANTED IF YOU
Bailey have
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom- any parent come
from
I the tests the oth- J.L EXTRA
given GOOD 7
my 'Cain of East Palatka recently Mrs. Kathryn Fullbright : by our office for a' conference concerning ',. ; would like to sell your farm,, room house on
er grades. In Grades 5 and 7, we Mr. aqd, Mrs. Lawrence Selph Central Avenue for sale. 2 baths
visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- Colored: ., Tobe Butler I! these tests. see us. We have calls for farms
nett'and boys Charles and Paul.jewArrivals ,Ruby Lee Smith Ellard Williams : gave a scholastic aptitude test in I and children of Jacksonville spent I '"(rderyr'+cgk.'.:W. L. Bryan. Reg. water softner water heater, car-
I I addition to giving a separate test I II port, Ynany other
Eliza Townsend Henry Parker CLUB PRESENTS OFFICER Saturday and Sunday at home with Real Estate Broker. Phone SY extras. Call W.
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Gillie Williams! Evelyn Newsome I I in reading social science, math, BUTTONS I[ their' parents' Mr. and Mrs. Mel- 2-2985 or SY 2-6331 L. Bryan, 792-2985, or Robert Ehlert
r- j 1 1i I and physical science. For each The Junior I''vin Selph and Mr. and Mrs. Bert 792-6331 Registered Real Estate
4-H Club of White
i I
1t child we have a profile showing Brokers.
f Zipperer. Plate Glass Co. tfc
i Springs met at the home of Mrs.L Georgia
OBITUARIES !how he stands the national level
. on P. Allison Tuesday, May 14, for, Mr.:and'.Mrs.,, Harold Parady of S Store Fronts -
of achievement and
aptitude NEEDED
'" j aswe'll I Jacksonville with S Mirrors Resllvered
a grilled hamburger picnic. spent Sunday MrsParody's I
DEAS'Mrs. as his rank and standing in his. VISIT FRIER MUSIC
_
SIRS.. DORA MAE COMPANY
Officer buttons'were presented to mother and sister. Mrs. S Tub Enclosures, Showers
Dora Mae Deas.66, residentof own grade.. We used these test results Deborah Allison, president Gale 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285 I in Live Oak. Florida for all your

.. __ Jasper,,died Thursday in a Jacksonville last. year for the purpose these'of !Tomlinson, vice president; Wanda ..!' '< VALDOSTA I(musical needs from organs and
-.A hospital after a short ill- more accurately grouping 1 pianos to record and record pityT -
I Moore, secretaryl SandraStor: -
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor wishto ness. Survivors are her husband, children into home room sections mant treasurer. ;; Mollie s! Brady, DOUSE FOR SALE"in Jasper: 3 I T- tie

William H. fleas, of Jasper, one I based more on performance than bedrooms near dowptown, $7500.
announce the birth of their little chairman Julie Morgan
safety ; ,reporter USED
son, c.-W. Deas of Winter Haven, on ability, However, performance Let us show you this onet only one ELECTRIC RANGES FOR
adopted grand daughter, born two daughters Mrs. Ross Paul of and ,ability often go hand"in hand ; De bi i ;Zti3d recreation J of several listed with'Robert Ehlert r Sal. Cool condition. $40. and
March 1st weighing 6. lbs 7 oz. ; chairman;, and Jjmyys.Anne Whit- $50.
of 1 find high SY2-6331. with W. L. SY2-J Manning R.dio| Repair
Tavares, Mrs Walter Bensch --we performance going : or Bryan .
Her is
Marfldu she akemusic' ,
name Taylor, lejjjier L
with : r > ., Brokers Jasper. |f..
2002 .N..E.: Orlando: four sisters., Mrs. Curtis high ability Nevertheless, this 2985 Registered Rea11Estate
willj-eside aj 16th Terr 'Ifirm'f11ecT:1@fti: :
Gainesville Florida, with her D vls'or' Gainesville, MrS: Claude is not always the case. Many times with their record?Jjobks were aid-: tfc. I HOUSE FOR SALE In Jasper, In
proud adopted parents. Mr. and Jernigan, Mrs*, Noah Bailey and I' we. find children with high potential ed. After a short'.business meet- "It' Is good thine to learn good location near hospital suitable -

Mrs. Farrell Taylor. Mrs. Floyd Waters all of Live Oak; I performing at a rather low ing the 4-Hers played games and caution 'by the misfortune .ofithers FARMERSMONEY for two apartments. 57,000.
two brothers, Claude Harper of level. We also find some with see- "Syrus.
I I Call W.
enjoyed-thq*pienicUunch! served by L. Bryan, SY2-2985, or
Live Oak and Sidney Harper of mingly low potential performing at Although most people aren't for farm
Mrs. .AUi an and)" Mrs. Kenneth your opera- Robert Ehlert SY26331, Reg. Real
A
son, named Wesley Grady Fr. Gainesville. I a rather high level. Shaw assistant leaders. :eager to trade on the misfortuneof tions at reasonable cost. Terms I Estate Brokers. Other

was born on May: 6 to Mr. and Mrs. I I Funeral .services were held last !i The vicissitudes and ambivalenC-\ Julie Morgan, reporter others, must knowledge in the to fit your needs. Loans up to also available. property tic

Wesley Grady Fullbright in Ham Saturday in New Hope Baptist,: es o fhuman nature \ .. ; M handling of certain actions can 7 years. Call North Florida Production

i ihon Memorial' Hospital. ,,Church in Hamilton County. The' beyond our comprehension. Children i JCNNFNGS SENIOR\ O 4-II CLUB be gained from study of parallel Credit Assn. S.Ohio Ave Representatie* Needed in this

Rev. Norman Rowell officiated: Mr. I going through school might The meeting rasValled to order ,I events. Experience is said to bean Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 area for Stanley Home Products

Mr. and Mrs. James Butler Dees Marvin O'Cain, Mrs. Corbett Deas, I' well be compared to trucks travel-' by Sharon Howeli, The devotionwas I excellent teacher and any No experience needed. Can make

are parents of a daughter, Angela accompanied by Mrs. Charlie Rho- '.ling on a highway. You might see given by ,Miriam Newsome.The email education in the avoidanceif $50 to $100 per week. Contact Mrs.

Carol Dees, born May: 11 in Hamil- den. san; two songs. "Rock of Ag- j i a ten-ton truck transporting a two I Fashion Show was then dis misfortune is to be welcomed.The FOR SALE Good Modem Home Una Douberly, Route 1 Box 34,

ton Memorial Hospital. es," and "Face to Face" ton 10..d. This would 'be a ,child !I cussed. Then we, discussed'\the cautious person may lack and 2 acres on paved road near Lake City or telephone 752-2660

Pallbearers were Wilson Herr- with high potential who is doing only turning inof projects. The meet- the color and excitement of his Jasper. Deep**\<*!! .screened porch. M24 c
Weekend In ing, Parke Deas Caret: : Deas, ; 52500:? down See W L. Bryan. SY2-
Jacksonville ; mediocre reckless
average or even perhaps ing was adjourned ; more brother, but iij all NOTICETO
Mr.'and Mrs. W. T. Shiver Stewart Adams, Melvin Smith, J. I! 2985 or Robert Ehlert SY2-6331,
spenta school work.. This child would Reporter, "Betty Sue Zant probability the cautious approach -
ALL
D. Lassiter. Interment was in t Reg. Real Estate Et>kers. lie : CONCERNED:
very pleasant Mother's Day week be known as under achiever. He is 1.. which recognizes and

end in Jacksonville. On Saturday New Hope Cemetery. Harry T.I' in particular need of excellent mo T",- allows for the imponderables:: is FOR' SALE Lot on-Suwanne I I wish to announce that I will not

evening in Patti's famous restaur- Reid Funeral Home was in charge. II tivation. less likely to run afoul of' predictable River at Suwannee Springs. Rea- be responsible for any debts contracted -

ant, Mrs. Shiver was honored witha I Then.,>"ou might; see a two-ton Smokey Says: obstacles. sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert Real by anyone other than my-

dinner party celebrating her truck with a six-ton load., Here is If' caution must be learned ,it Estate Broker! 732-6331 tfc self and my SOD, Jerry Strickland.
'
birthday. It was a complete sur-I I a child withwhat seems to be limited BE REFud'WITH fiRE!] seems wisest to learn it with a Raymond Perry (Pete) Strickland

prise given by her.children with a Sub)' .. y.4etI potentia':r'but)by> persistent ef- YOU CANT BUY BACK minimum of hardship.Here's FOR SALE by owner, two bed M31p

few of her long-time friends present I fort is performing actually beyond -.A.FOREST, t'auUoDlngou, by the room, two bath house screened
I: cAL 8'10 1t. I vh;|t'isexpected'of him. This childis i way against accepting Mcond back porch nice large Jot about SEPTIC TANK and Drain FieldI

I an over achiever. If this childis I beat w-tyn: it come to laundryand 1% miles from Jasper. Shown by I i I Cleaning, J. W. Darby, Jasper

NOTICE OF TAX SALE discouraged or ceases ,to have a I -1 'cleaning. For the latest and appointment only. Call 792-54033117 j I Call after 6 p.m. tic

Notice Is hereby given that on the 3rd day of June, 1963, at the hour of motivating drive his performancewill : S 0 best In laundry and cleaning ATHLETE'S FOOT Germ. How to. FOR SALE OR RENT Wonder

twelve o'clock noon, at the courthouse in the County of Hamilton, State drop immediately. I i'en1t-e. call JASPER LAUNDRY& .. KiD it in days-U not pleased Bar. Also 4 houses renting for 80
have shown here the
We possible -
of Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the fol?owing described contrasts., However most children t y tU, CLEANERS. with strong: ; .instant-drying T4L dollars per month 1.260.00 each.

land to pay the amount due for 1962 taxes.herein set opposite the same your 48c*back-, at any drug store. Wonder Bar, Jasper, Fla M31p
to follow less
seem a more or normal -
together with all costs of such sale and all ad\-ertisin : ,
pattern of a ten ton truck witha -
DESCRIPTION S. T... n. Acres OWXER' Amt. -
ten ton load orcja one ton truck
SEA; of NWT; and 10 I
with load. Our test -
N side of a one ton re- 1
acres on
U g. NEt of SW', ___._.14 2X l1E 50 Josephine Morris II sults seem to indicate that we have ; The goingest people. '"
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Jennie A. Rayam .as children who fit into each of these

All Road lying N.N As I W of state n IN UE. i'Z' Lonnie'. Smith 11.51 ''categories. It is a most interesting I 4 ww Go fresher with Royal Crown!t

That part of N% ofNE% .: and fascinating study and we shall
Irlftg- W of State Road ,
No. I. _11 IN 12E $5 Lonnie Smith 18.01 be most happy to talk with you _>4t takes many Tears to grottbAck1
% acre more or less .." -. I about your child and what "we feel Go RC the goingest cola of the leading 3, brisk W bracing fresher tasting
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described In O. & "' -
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might be best for him. made the fresh protected way. 60 Royal I Crown-best b'Yin town!
Book 31. page 44. S IN. .HE r Thomas: Amenon'8: wife .12 .
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E% of.NEL less S. .,I .- l We would like to'say a word a- ---k-- u. .J!r > "
acree, _.....---%<4< 2N l1E n Feands'Davis. Heirs __ 21.U -
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That NE'4 0: R.portion as Book described of U;E of In \ < J :, 1--------------- the 20th- .; ::;f t::,:.. ., :. \ { :.: ;.5 ': '. "

page n ___24 2N. 1111 S Srlvester Curry S.S By '
Lots 3 aDd 4 U aN UE 126 Josh &Oscar Rayam27.23 ?
'V% ot GL.Fractional: ; .. e .., */l5 ** 0.' i# i ltr' :
lot 213. Original 15th .. .' I :
DiaL .of Low-Mes ,
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County Ga., except 5 5 ", EARN From The"1st! :
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10 acres' aa described zr4 $ h
In D. B: I. pace n. ,
aDd 1% acres for ,
Church ...__ SN llE :1 Josh a Oscar naayam5.41' .
Lot 1 of Block l' current -. '

Stephen's Subdivision 3 SN UE' 'w Edith. Mobley $1.U : .. -'t -
Lots n and 35 of Dlock' 411 : '
Z. Stephen' Subdivision 0.dividid *f' ;
._ 3 2N tE 3: Francis-Slricktand.. 1.U .
1/3 acre more or less .. .
record ID D. B. 2'. 4-y, ,, -I A \
page Ui and lot as ,
described In D. B. S'. IT PAYS TO SAVE A. :
page 421 ___ S 2N 12E % Silma obleT et ale _11"1 '
Lot 8 of Block U. ,
11 2N' HE 4i Josh Rayam ;
Bryan Annex t.U
3% of SE" of SE 54-23 IN IU20 William Johns,_ 10.1 .t WHERE SAVING PAYS- Al
SL3: of SW i 10 IN 12& f' Fletcher "'Yarr : _: -' :
'. .oa Smith 13.10.
W% of SE' of 8W' ot FEDERALS lr
NE4 -- _U 1N. 12& 'Ed IH-u -._.. .... ."LUS FIRST
% of S% of SEA, i S% : ', -, ..,. '
of SE% of SW% _11 IN l1E_ 10 ,O"t.-OuftabT.c..,,._.,.._ U.CSN"
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% of S\\% of. NW% 11 lS ;11E20 ,.Sunelect. ,ine!" : L55S SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATIONof ra. ,
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% of Lot 2 of Block :' ": ,'" '
A. Lanra .,_...,_:,,,...,12 2S 15E', !( Estelle.Oakley. 'on .
I lot com. at a. poiDt.' -! ', LIVE OAK _I. j..1., c< t

where ewlttStreet, ...
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h, nettJt the ,G. s.; k Y. t s"-: ... 305 E. Howard FO2-3433 ; ; j ;; .
Y. R/W and run -r. -. .,
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north ,%U (L W :25 ft. ':. LIVE OAK ; : ,' '
E... ZZO iL S. no FL :" + /
Hours 820 to 3:00
Office : on I .
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to Olnt of heglnnlDg 'Z 2S leE rig Robert ;Yorgall 013 -
That part of Block S ,.. .. w Mon. Tues. Wed, FrL Other fine products of Royal&own Cola Co.-Diet-Rde Ccta. KAI Upper IS Par T.Pak.
a., re<'Ord d In'0-R) '.- 5'O Thurs. 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 pjn
Book U. page 241
Caldwell's Survey6 IN HE % Charlie Steve Smith Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and WKe ----=- 191.06 NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY LIVE OAK

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