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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: June 21, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
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Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
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f' PRICE lOc l PER COPY $3.00. PER YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER 'VOLUME 93, NUMBER 25 FLORIDA, FRIDAY JUNE 21 196s

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Pixie Shop Opens NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Minutes Meeting I
1 I PROPOSED CIGARETTE TAX ORDINANCE

t Friday In JasperA
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Board. of. PublicInstruction, .f ,.* I NOTICE is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Jasper.
I new business establishment, Florida, has passed on the first reading a proposed City Ordinance en-

x ; t- fa ."Pixie Shop" will open this Fri titled as follows:

day morning In Jasper. Owned AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF JASPER FLORIDA

June 4,1963 (by Mrs John edge, the new venture RELATING TO AND LEVYING A TAX UPON CIGARETTES

i, The Board of Public Instruction will be located on the corner ; FIXING RATES, PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION

of Hamilton County met today in of'Hatley Street NW and First Ave. AND USE OF PROCEEDS; AND OTHERWISE

regular session.,< '*ThefoBow ng ': .. ', 'NW in the Dedge Building. PERTAINING TO THE LEVY OF SUCH TAX"

... -were present: Clyde Hunter, chairman .I --An opening ,ad in this.issue features and that a Public Hearing..wif be hadand held upon the proposed Or-

,v.; Johnny. Butler, Allen B. Ty- !\}',.;. a few specials, but Mrs. dinance at the City Hall in Jasper, Florida*:$t'f®dfer Counefl meeting -
Frank' Matthews, and E. V .. Dedge says there are thong more
ree 1963 7:30 at which the public will
and F .., : Monday evening July 1. at p.m.
in the store.
Stormant The superintendent
I be heard for or against the final passage of the said proposed ordinanceand
.. secretary to the board" ,. Harry T: There are Pixie Shops In many that final passage of said proposed ordinance will be considered
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Reid was present. cities throughout the South, and in ,,
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ordinance has been
I at such time and place, and that the said proposed
p The meeting; opened with prayer k Jasper they are featuring ladies' posted on the Bulletin Board at the City Hall for at least one week priorto
by Mr. Matthews.The and girls' clothing.
t>> for the the said date of the said Public Hearing.
r transportation report Dated at Jasper, Florida this 17th day of June 1963
r. eighth month of school was givenin RUFUS J. JACKSON R. H. Fisk, City Manager

detail by Mr. Reid ABOARD USS STURDY Lillian L. Bembry. City Clerk

The financial report for the ...,. i Rufus J. J Jackson yeoman second .

month of May was presented as class USN son of Mr. and! Mrs.B. .

follows: B. Jackson of White Springs, is C of C To Sponsor Beauty 'Contest;

Receipts and Balances: t serving aborad the ocean going
'Total Receipts from State : minesweeper USS Sturdy: which Highway 75 Opening CeremonyThe

Sources .............$ 59,427.00 Forcein
the Sea Frontier
has joined
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I Total Receipts from Local f regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hamilton
the Caribbean.
The Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce recently presented placques to pr, held Monday evening, June 10, with
y' Sources ............ 709.20Total will in County Chamber of Commerce was
participate
1 t Balances ........113014.29 Barnett of White Springs and to Dr.: J. R. Bruce of Jasper, in recognition of their long several The Sturdy amphibious and minesweeping the following Directors present: Rance Andrews, J. L. Collum, Robert

...... 15605.30 several I John McCormick. Others present were C. D. Barker, R. H.
and
Accounts made
\ Clearing years of service in the county. In White Springs, the presentation was exercises. She is scheduled Ehlert
Fisk and M. L. Powell ,
Grand Total ............188755.79 weeks ago duriing the graduation" exercises. But in Jasper Dr Bruce I to visit most the o Cruise fthe Caribbean j I A brief report on the Florida
: Expenditures and Balances: was not able to,be present for the public presentation so the placquewas Post Off ice Adds({ islands during I I Cmvvn. quarter meeting held in

Total Administration ...$ 1,523.75 presented this week at Kayo's Drug ,Store, where his office has ''' High i Springs; on Thursday, May 16

Total Instruction ....... 50,245.95 been for many years. Above Rance Andrews, president of the, Chamber "Zip Code" :To (i3 @ was given by J. L. Collum and R.

: Total! operation of plant 2,933.35 of Commerce right, presents the placque while: Kayo McGhin' LJiu.y H. Fish, who represented our Camber .

Total Maintenance ..... 731.92 looks on. The plaque was inscribed "Presented to J.: R. Bruce, M.D. Letter Address at this meeting.

Total Auxfliary services in recognition of his distinguished service and devotion duty in the.j ;< .., I'8a The forthcoming membershipdrive

'(: (refund) ....... 2,485.50 County of Hamilton and State of Florida, with grateful appreciation. by ,: Our five-digit ZIP-Code is 32052 annual meeting, fish fry

v t Total Fixed Charges... 36.37 the,Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce, 1963. '. I Jasper Postmaster O'Cain 'announced @Lk election of Directors, presentationof

I, Total Capital Outlay .... 65.00 Dr. Bruce reeport ed. he has delivered,about: 2,000 babies In the county. to day A Sutj youth awards was discussed.

Total cash and reserves 128319.36 "Everyone Jasper will use this The date fo rthis affair was definitely

,I Clearing Accounts ...... 7,385.59 I ZIP Code on all 'their correspon- set for Thursday August 22, 1963

,, Jennings Meeting Opposes dence to speed mail deliveries and It was unanimously agreed that

Grand Total ............$188,755.79. reduce the chance of missent mail. "rvq H,... SYCllDQnJ.49S1 Air. Howard IL Hill, Manager of

A motion. was made by Mr. Butler 4 Consolidation i I Postmaster O'Cain said Jennings ,_'_ the Civic Division, Jacksonville

seconded by Mr. Matthews,' oT citizens met on the night of June llth in the Jen- "Zip Code" is 32053 and Whit I Area Chamber of Commerce, '
this be: A group group !,' "Mr. Mac," was killed by a car I will try to live thru this one day be
and carried that report School Auditorium for the purpose of organizing as a Springs is 32096. should be invited to our guest
adopted. nings High of the schools in Hamilton Coun as he supposedly was on the way I only and not tackle my who life's speaker at the annual meeting.
consolidation movement ZIP Code the Post Office :Dcpartment's -
the
Based on the recommendation of opposing to meet the 3 o'clock school bus: to t'problems at once. I can do some- President Andrews appointed the

the principal and nomination of a. ty. chairman until a permanent chair- revolutionary new sys walk home with nine-year bid I thing in 12 hours that might dis- following Nominating Committe:
acted as tern of mall dispatch ands
L DeVane improved
W. '
J.
Mr. and the neigh- hearten me I felt I had to keep it..
Bridgeswas Robert. The family
Mrs. Doris J. L. Collum Chairman Watkins
school trustee !
___ Vernon F cnn.was.. chosen. delivery, into effect nationally; ,
life time.
for
appointed a teacher in the 1U.Uw.: imv In accepting;thL are no large industries In Hamiltoi on July 1. bors were grieved. He was buriedin up a Saunders, C. D. Barker, Billy
the Eason, .th the children's play yard. AU the I Just for today I will exercise my will be
for It
I Jasper High School stated that we .,an County, some are of the opinion < The Postmasters stressed the Burch and Ray Burnett.
term; this was by motion 1963-6-'j:responsibility and thai t added tax would amount to 12 or. importance of an .citizens ,of thi little neighbors brought flowers soul, in three ways: I will do somebody necessary for the Committee to

ti'- Matthews seconded by Mr. J here. ,for' only: one reason welfare of our 15 mills. County learning tbelr city's, Zip and) were very quiet and sad. The a good turn and not befound recommend six members to fill
is to discuss the that father Ed. went I out I will do something I don't
such of Director
grief was ; Vacancies the Board -
Based on the recommendation regards to theheilfucafon One last point was brought ouDoey [Code and using? it in their return [ on
aId girls j Jn. .. '
1 boys "Mr de exercise If
to just-for
another Scotty ; ? five
.. : out and bought want ; for the 1963-64 fcealyea
the principal andP9 inatiOl\.of .Out.th'fallacy tiefa't' Jenning ; addressn: all correspondence-:
..=. He+ raf([ '
L, -. '.sejtool tmstee;rMrs: : Carol Of\\ of same reasons'that had,beer I School suffer for the want of a, answering mail he said>ZIP,Code McTavish" but he has not yet been::I someone hints my feelings todayI members to be elected for a termof

f and Mr. Carroll McElroy were given for consolidating. We wen science laboratory? That question I'(taken' from return address: on incoming .: accepted by RobertThe : will not show it. three years and one member fora
is from i Just for I will be
pointed teachers in. the told that if the schools of Hamil |may best be answered by the records [( mail should be used following poem a I' today two year term.
Jack lock well agree-I
in able
High School for the 1963-64 term consolidated of our students.. One young "The ZIP Code is literally the recent Alice Wither's page I shall as as Mr. J. L. Collum, Chairman of
County werenot dress talk low ,act
upon motion of Mr. Butler, seconded ton lady after finishing high school In last word in mail addressing," Mr sonville Journal, I neatly the Advertising and Publicity Committee
by Mr. Tyree: .no school in Hamilton This County is no Jennings completed 4 years of col O'Cain said. "It should follower* "Oh shame on the mothers of I teously, find fault with nothingnor reported that Dr. J. R.

The last meeting for this fi.scalyear I.would be accredited. lege and after graduation receivean {,city and state addresses. mortals try to improve or regulate anyone Bruce and Dr. Ross A. Barnett
the Counts
will be held on Friday. June true. It is true that if does not assistantship from the University -I I He cited this.example of the proper Who-did not stop to teach I life, but my own. greatly appreciated the plaques
School Superintendent that lies in dear dumb Just for today I shall spend a
23,. at 2:30 p.m. ix of Florida- Chemistry A I| use of ZIP Code: The sorrow which the Chamber of Commerce
meet the proposed qualifications I quiet half hour with myself and
The minutes of the meeting ofMay I be young man from Jennings completed |W M. O'cainPostmaster i eyes presented to them "in recognitionof
win accredited -
school in the county The sorrow that has no speech I relax and in that time try for a
read to the four of college and is their distinguished service and
7, 1963, were fallacious statements years
t Many formed the better perspective of life and
my
Board a motion was made by Mr. I 'are being.mxie one of which (now taking his post-graduate work] U. S. Post Office The same force I where I'm going. fit devotion to duty in the county and

Butler seconded by Mr. Matthews in science on a $10,000,00 a yea Jasper, Florida 32052 sparrow the State of Florida"
will withdraw state fashioned and king t Just for today I shall be unafraid -
and carried that they be adopted. is "the state scholarship. We could "go on for I The new ZIP Code plan, for the That man A discussion followed in regard

There being no further'business., funds if the schools are not conso hours telling of the accomplishments first time will permit the Post And the'God of the whole to the chamber placing an entry in
t
: f Two members of the Gave spark of soul [ shall have the confidence to enjoy -
the meeting adjourned. lidated. of our students but d"n't Office Department to short cut repeated a the "Miss Florida Crown" Beauty
this is entirely furred and feathered thtng"Ella the beautiful and believe thatas
Board stated that To each
Board of Public Instruction you think this points up the fac address reading accordingto Pageant to be held Saturday August -
Wilcox I the world
Wheeler give to the word so
Clyde Hunter, Chairman false. that if one of our 'students wants the local postmasters. .' I 24th in Jacksonville Beach,
will to
give
Attest: Harry T. Reid If. the schools in the county are I,a course in science, he will get it! I "The address on mail must often Melrose. I i i i me... Florida. Upon motion by J. L. 0>1.I .
., be read as .as eight or ten
the Jennings many I hum, seconded by Robert Ehlert.
Superintendent consolidated .it means
Four or five counties come together -:: The low water pressure! at the
: schools] times by postal employees ,to get which unanimously parried it was
and White Springs I. of Mel
is causing with
Entrance Exams in the community i I cemetery concern
it to the destination, Mr
will lose Commercial proper Episcopal.'those who have planted shrubbery. agreed our Chamber should conduct -
Red Cross Gets I 'Dept'-I. O'Cain said. handling slow: dist, Presbyterian i local "MISS HAMILTON
FHA and a
Economics
Home AtNFJCMiss 500. There are 6 churches: Methodist The plants have died because of it
consider what will happen I the process of mail dispatch and COUNTY" Beauty Pageant, the
Lets Presbyterian Spicopal In some instances there would noi i
Thanks and.CheckFqr FFA ,adds to the opportunity for human winner of same to be entered in the
when we lose for example our Kay VanAlst Director of Church of Christ and two Baptist, : be enough pressure to fill a vessel
Chapter. As the situation? is now the 1 error. church. II and turn a at times hai "Miss Florida Crown" Beauty: Pa-
Baptist I spray
Asssistance I counseling Service at North Florida I "With ZIP Code, a cleric needs one begrO
I in the 8th geant which is sponsored annuallyby
: this study
boys begin is not incorporated'no been impossible. Of course the
The place
announced
that
has
.. Junior College only to glance at the code to know of
; consolidation our the Florida Crown Council
grade. After administer the col town government at all, I I rains will settle that fori Je.
office will
this week got a her immediately to what national area of'Commerce.
Albert Chambers It fur
Page
unable, to partici- was
be
will
will have
students
piazzaed then the city
The by
r tin told. two story :Perhaps
final lege Entrance Tests, during state and office the letter h was
Africa post
-check from as pay- until theyreach ther agreed that all entries In the
in this
hundreds
pate program of the nineteen done something about it.
ment on a loan the local Red Cross the 10th grade.sTheereforethey I summer months, for the convenience destined and to speed it on its way,,, houses smack 0 local contest should be gponosredby
real
Chapter made at the first of the those of those students planning tc cutting up to 24'hours off the time occasionally a gingerbread -]I an organization within the coun
will be two'years"behind enter the College in the fall,, between deposit and 4delivery.* type. The double lane streetshave Mrs. Bill Kyser is going June 21
year students who have had the benefitof in between. to Samson Alabama to attend
a
administered at parkway ty.The
a
The letter is from,William Johns The tests will ,be I Chamber of Commerce
was
stationed In Africa.' this'progfam during their 8th North Klorida Junior College on The morning we went a farmer.High School class Reunion on Sat.
service .
in invited in celebration
now to participate the
Do want to subject JENNINGS YOUTH had a marvelous display of garden -i urday. 'Mrs. Capitola Kyser will -
He says "Hope all are fine In and 9th year. you : IXiesday Jury 9, College Library,, of the opening of a portion
children to this hardship fresh produce there. I accompany her and go from thereto
is hot over here your 3:30 a.m.3:00 pjn. DISTRICT STAR'
It
Jasper. pretty of Interstate Highway 75 to be
We had Pensocola where she will takea |
out before Post Office was new. tj
is Bind have them drop Miss VanAlst all studentsto The
in Africa. Hope the weather urges 4 .
held Thursday July 1963. Tentative
do FARMER mail box route plane to Coolidge, Arizona. She
finishing high school No you cooperate with this program gone to establish a
better there I
,
would include dinner
and I don't think the parents Required for for the summer. "in1s1t her daughter Mrs. R. S. plans a
not, since these tests are_ 1
Larry Ford was the.Star Farmer I ;for of the officials
some takteg
of children ,in Jasper wish you to Admission to the college. Further I The long Santa Fe lake gives the I Dixson Jr. this summer and return

Impose this hardship on yourchil. Information concerning the testing from the Malone Chapter Young community a lake front. The 'Little : to Jasper in the early, faf.H :part in this celebration. Upon m&
Ford shared the spotlight with two tion by Robert Ehlert seconded IB*
ctrenIf .. or admission to North Florida Junior Women", a Jr. Womens Out have I .'.Ca *" "
other Area Star FreiWhitelaw It
Farmers I J. L. CoHum which carried
the lake for a complaining. No one
College may be obtained from baqght a house on i Quit your
it schools consolidated it 18 Citrus Chapter a1 was agreed that the Chamber of
the are ,
Interested! "How
VanAlst Mr. A. J. HaJ'Igrove community center. is really are I
children (not just Miss or Inverness( and David Bridges 16. I Commerce would in
neon that all salutation i, cooperate anyway
Then are several new ranch typsnouses you? is merely a .
the ,3 highest grades-but ,your 1st Registrar. Aubeurndale, who received similar but otherwise. it is of another . I I possible and the Chamber
.wilt be checks of $25 from ,thei.MidStates would the dinner ,fer'thhei
12th'grade)
,grade'1hro.1gb sponsor
day. There is such quiet I I An American should be free to I I
yts' 'picked,.up by the school, bus 30 to Suwannee County'sDisease Steel and Wire Company. Mss; charm you think you might like. to express an opinion and not be invited guests. ,
15 minutes earlier in the morning each received a $100 Special Leadership be identified with Melrose. threatened; with reprisals. We all There being nor further 1 business
latern Award to attend the National : the meeting adjourned.
45 minutes LabBfiFlsLaw
and brought 30 to I When
whenI much
.Melrose was a name--town talk too anyway. you
+ will takeno i FFA Convention.. from Southern ..
the afternoon. They be was a child We didn't travel hold your tongue you set the other -_
: the Jennings school or the White Nitrogen Company and the' much. I didn't"but, someone lived fellow guessing no one really
the high Florida Nitrogen Company, Tampa ly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guest and
school where
;
Springs at Melrose or, someone was going I I knows if the story is true unless
school students will transfer to axis for The Star District Award winner family. Mr. and Mn}.-Joe Guest
c $147,956 appropriation es there. Maybe the Coastline rail- you tell them.
transportation to Jasper. f were+ Jerry Blair 17, Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. Conftte Guest
for I I'I'A of a poultry and do-; i way went th t.away.When. I was I I S.
This means that the children from animal disease diagnostic I'Chapter; Clark Peat 't rapps, 17,. grown than I knew some lovely It John Sappt son of Joe and Mildred Marilyn: and Freddie Net were

ff- White Springs and Jennings will laboratory in Suwannee County is Suwannee Chapter at Live Oak. ] folks from Melrose, Fannie Mizell,j t left Saturday for the Baylor here- Freddie Nei recently graduated

have from an hour and a half to I provided in a legislative act which. and James Frank.Veal IS. Pahokee i later Mrs. Mel Hunter and her sister Boys Camp at Chattanooga, Tenn. from Valdosta High sgiooL
who is Mrs. Lee Rykdttl is
1 wo hours longer schoolday.. Do ,became t law today. Each received a ten dollar check Kate had lived there. John went last year and like it Marilyn
you wish to subject your children i Another appropriations bill sets from F. E. Butler and Jack Salt. : Margarita Floral Has written of very much. with her parents while her h& and
this hardship. the and Wire . is In Vietnam for 2 years duty
to aside $20,000 for payment on Mid-States Steel Compay i Melrose and won a state scholar-

White Springs visitors were ryeognited indebtedness ,and iinterest on the Mso .each received $'iS.as Special i ship for it. I hope Fll be.going back Harry Reid is in New York work was tamer hum. drum

> and they proposed that in ;ZarQlon: Tower at the Stephen Foster -: toiler, Agronomist; ; Southern, TOToscn -: some day probably will.. There'sa Ing as coordinator: at a summer Moving tome

Lt. Van, B. Robel"SOland family I' order to assist Jasper in this trying -; Memorial at White Springs in. Company. Savana. Ga. and: good 'grocery store and building camp just cut of"the city. altho I always shed tears part-
time. that they'v.'ouId be happy Hamilton County.,; Florida Nitrogen Company. Tam-' other of I IJ..frs ing. There was the anticipation of
and places
are visiting, Mr ,and: *Irs. W. W. supply place . making a house "come alive" fitting -
t to take half of the Jasper students i Suwannee
last two weeksof :Mrs. Sara Rawls. ew course Maurice Bennett (Alta) is j I
the ,
Roberson during and asked if Jennings would do the i relievedrf had my curtains and pictures into
is been
from Pilot ; bounty tax collector, The Star Farmers among In Hamilton Hospital for surgery
June. Van graduated of
training at Webb AFB Big Spring ( tame Jennings immediately offer the liability of CT3&S5 tax monies I the 177 FpA members who i jusrr :FOR TODAY and the report is that she Is doing I another house. Being Is full eC a preacher's
Van is being ed to do so even though they are stolen from her office Feb U. 1963. received the Association's top achievement 'conversation' ran to things nicely household exfHe-
Texas on May 10, 1963. -) Once it was a rented house
against consolidation in another act becoming law. Thexrgiar J degree, that: : of State philosophical that evening One rent

reassigned 'to the 836th Air I .How much is this consolidation got 5675.45 In state auto J. ?armor.. Only two percnt of the member pulled this from her bin Mr. J. G. Guest was honored and rented furniture even to a

Division MacDill AFB Tampa I to cost us?' It has ,been stated that license fees which will be replaced' total State's membership can be- fold-said her son had carried a urith a Father's Day party last SuivJay. : piano. Once H was a brand new

Florida._ He will: be flying the',t.t t tax increase., 9 mills would benecessary I' nnrn.rile general reVenue fund, and xxn*. State Farmer, and the Star copy' in his billfold for several I Those In celebration beside jlace.[ then agate it was a tovefer

T-4c which the' Air Forces latest for Wsupport, fcf .a xL40: .' -Suwanee tax roooey, for I Farmer were selected from..that years. him, and Mrs. .Guest-were-- Mr. old house with dk charm -same

fighter type aircraft.. ; *. '"'f ,!$48 .98 .OO." bond. %issue*. Since there wbich Mrs. Rawls Is given credit. group. ,;. : JUST FOR TODAY, and' Mrs. Wilbur...Guest. .and, ". fami- J (Continued on Page 2)Si

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chance to see him.,...' I chettes This was indeed a highlight. Alight of my 16 years of living. -- Lydia Harbuckjbiave returned froma j I from Fort Laudext3a>-will go on nections are urged to come, and
tr. ". i,s .. .:': 6':* } "It was exciting; I learned many visit to.Tam. .-guests of Mrs.:. this same trip. -\ *- i3Hgjl; i%.itt friepds are also Invited. .
,, Mrs/CTH.:" Hunter (Miss Hazel) v-T S' '$) obIsq) (11 left tr doleof.school 'for;Baltimore -,iTeresaTaylor.saw "Little :Me" at,11,.had.made in'the.Fashion Show,1'sold" !l'f.: .;;. i I Daniel;#and. Jewel Smith and :Air. and Mrs. Ralald Hodges and
(J ... Mid. where''she xvill spend the the tiint-F nWi e theatre when {! Rebecca Dedge. ; .v' !. .::Robert;Butler ot Coca, Fla. was daughter Joyce have returned from I children Ronnie'and Monica Jax:
..-- _- t.ron" summer with,her,- sblT.d.Who is Cid Censor played so many parts. !I Lillian Riley'says. she gained'injknowlecige 'up this week visiting his brother a week's vacationHjver" In Panama I spent last weekend with the families -
I : friendships, and love'of I Ij City and,Pensacola. The Florida ,
located thereat present :- Tickets to this were complimentsof I ''in Jennings. Roberts wife is here.
{ ,' 1- ....,.... ... -p i !' t ." -Mr.T Charlie' Levin. j American Heritage for more.than 1!good friends Ermil.Register Butlerso my.Postal .Clerks* convention was inprogresS sassMrs.
.
TMs Eowyer::: joined the 'Cone Mrs. Peny has-chaperoned that :one could wish'or remember.* Robert called me. They have a in Pensacola and was partof C. H. Hodges Mrs. w Y1 Y*
furniture-same curtains but "0. house party Wednesday at Lake High School seniors for I bn't| Sharon Howell who was a delegate -I son John K. who plays professional the trip. Also a visit to Jewel's Ginright and Mrs. Richard Gibson
the journey. in the! Council meeting 'brother R. H. Cunningham in
trod Pana
They it in prim Geneva. She. !I.s. Ryan, Mrs. .know how .many years and .she ''baseball and is out in Grand Forks were in Jacksonville Wednesday of
rose weather most of the time-' Hyman:; came to Jasper Friday says that every year is mere enjoyable -. ifai Interesting and that she I,North Dakota: this summer doin'gjust i ia. Thursday night they drove last week, shopping and visting.s .
most of the time"Mrs gained much from it. over to Milton Florida to have supper -
tnorning. She--Mrs. Ryan left Sunday : that.
'
.._ with Dr. and Mrs. Herb *
Miriam--Newsomr Lundy
-speech
for- Tampa where Dot isenvrolled
Julia Ratliff and "-- J'loe 10. Mrs. 'Blanche ion 1 j arid their Son Isador Floy McEachem began her sum-
grand- for summer'school in the iy "Why I shovldVcte: (We were Cindy Chancier left Wednesday school teaching at Rollins
daughter Jackie sailed for England South Florida Vniver Jt.c Perry went Daytbnai.for a short i unable to reach tier for commentj afternoon from ".Jacksonville by In Pensocala they had a short mer
Saturday night June 15.; Mr. and visit Miss phelia returned with. Five key words rang thru out Plane to New" :York where she join-I.'visit with Mrs. Agee, Margarite Monday. S. .
Mrs. Clarence Ratliff of Live Oak her and, -will-*: here until they i
Mr. and Airs. Robert McNieily) the Short Coarse of the 4-Hers ed the party':going to Europe and Carpenters mother. Frank Henderson and son
took them to New York. Mamie and son Mike. 10 of Hollywood leave on the 28th for Boone N. C Faith: Hope Lovef?Endurance, the World's Baptist Youth Council.I. I I I| .ass Mrs. Henderson returned
(Mrs. Arts Roberts) of Grovelandhas and the coToge there. will i Raymond
been California were here last week They I Courage { -'-' 1 Martha Jane daughter of Mr and The Bell families will hoid a reunion Monday night from Colorado where
here about 2 \vr ks as- take coudse in
sisting in putting things in order visiting the parents Mr. and Mrs. a "ProgrammedInstnlction" each ; Hrearet:< : Andrews had this to Mrs; ,Haze Odom of Lake City is Sunday, June 23, at the Jasper they visited daughter and sister,.
for the RalH; .i Jacks on. Mr. McNeilly They go sum- say. "I am happy:tohave;, had the 1 also going in this party. Woman's Club Dinner will
stay ahead. works in one of the? Los Angeles mer for the a refresher course and to opportunity of attending! the 4-H Marilyn Sabin writes that 2 girls be served at 12:30. All family con- (Continued on Page 3) .
mountain
air.
/ : lies. Mrs. McNeilly (Mildred'! enjoy girls Short Course 'as an adult .-. .. _. .
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Mrs Louise McLaughlin is at ------------- ------------------- -------:8'.I7.---.v.--4'-N
home now after a stay in Pineview Jackson) is secretary to Volk, Mc- A highlight of the activities of,leader. "c........ .
: for surgery. And we heaxJ.1: 1,tl"Lin..t"f Communities Incorporated.: -..a-... ],!the '4-Het'S'rWa$' fhe ShorF Course 4*WTherpr5gram'were 'U1terestlng-
"'DaiigFitet'$ Y""ts: with in Tallahassee last week. In the the meetings informative.' There YOUR MILKA
her at this time. Tony Rhoden, spent last week- group front Hamilton were Reb- for the week was Our: Amric
a end with his mother Mrs Vera ecca Dedge. Sherry Andrews, Lil- Heritage" and was demonstrated
The C. D Barkers have bought Rhrden. He is located at Sumter- lian Riley, Terry BoneB Miriam I I ir" talks on the spiritual ,education- FULL DAY
the Charlie Davis home and we vil.e. with the State Road ,Dept. Newsome Sharon Howell, Mrs. al, economical and cultural heri
... Rarice Andrews leader. i tage.It ,
understand are moving in this : went as t -
4 week. I If parents (and maybe teachers) Mrs. Wylma White Home Demon- was fun watching i: our girls unfold FRESHEROn
would try the pat-on-the-back meth stration agent Theyylived in the: ,! from a close county group into DRIVE-IN STORES
Dot Blackman has been visit- cd they'd get better results. Con- F. S. U. dormitory* and had classes :J statewide activites and I was impressed -
ing her mother Mrs. McLane over inually critized bring out the worstin on the campus ,I with the way they took U. S. 41 JASPER Sara Lashley, Mgr.
in Mayo. They were both: in Jasper in
qualities.
us. A compliment now and then Miriam Newsome made a splendid over leadership
Saturday. 'Dot was having dinner does no harm. I I TTe as leaders should toe proud- of -
speach to the on Why ;
with Wiiladean and Jack Sandlin group 4-H Clubs and live up to their : NEW STORE HOURS = NOW .
hovld Vote"Lillian I 1 lOur I '_ ......
that evening. Son Billy is staying, Miss Effie Dedge entertained the standard of making the best better. -'- .
here and working in tobacco. Lydia Circle Monday .6ren ng. Riley and Sharon Howell I I Let me say thanks to the County .
Dot is still the vibrant red headit : Irene Taylor taught the W.M.U. were chosen to go to the Council Commissioners and Mrs. White for Week
is rah meeting which plans some of the I I Open 7 Days Per
always good to see or even Anniversary Story. making this trip possible.
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to hail in passing.She _.e.ieiai activities for the area.n s .
brings good news of Dr. Bill SENIORS '''RETURNThe the fashion show-Rebeccar Frances Vinson (Mrs Jack) has
and his work in Eau Gallie. Jasper Hi Seniors have re- .- '-e modeled the dress she had enrolled in North Ftta. Junior College 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Bobby has been visiting John turned enthused over a wonderfultrip made and worn at the Hamilton for a summer course in Eng-
Dedge and now John is going Mrs. Perry says they did all County show. lish Literature.
home with him. Howard is in Mayo the outlined things and then some. We endeavored to get a state- s *
Mr and Mrs. Ream: Dale and ment from each girl in the party. i'I Pattie Anne Adams daughter of New! New! New! New!
Mr. Bill Hunter arrived from Rs Mrs. Perry were the chaperonesand Sherry Andrews said, "Enjoyed :Mr. and Mrs U. C. Adams of Lake
well' New Mexico about 2 weeks the young people did their everything especially the lessonsin City visited her grandmother Mrs. ( ,
ago. At present he is down the community proud. Twenty four of ,leadership. 4-H teaches a person Dcrrnan: th? past week Pattie is
state on a fishing trip. It is hopedhe the senior class went. The entire skills, gives knowledge and .Inspires seven years of age.
will be here most of the summer arty went to Radio City Music that persons serve others." 1 I! '. IPE PDEftU'PRODUCTS.
and all his friends will get a Hall for to see and hear the Ro- Terry Bonnell said it was the high-I Mrs. Adina Simpson and Mrs.


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f?,% ,prove this is true. -.i: other consumers of America billions of. dollars I I : GRAPE or ORANGE .. e.

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of grain from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Macon, Ga., in anything. ]I In Glass, % 39.C :,.

&.* our 100-ton "Big John" dars,for a price. of only What's the answer? Do.your part to have Con ;: FULL GALLON_ : glass eon

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Tell your Congressman to vote for H.R.; 4700. Do '

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FriyJune2l! !: 11, 1963 .; {q _IjTHE L; -
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.Many think.,that the new and BOY'SCOUTS llAN''J"i i r ; : I[father-Mr. McLeod -Jaspeiv It. it. :7. Itttfe31.aSptf JIe.tt15
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; I hodist minister rui1aiR1Ntwslr Paul King went home with them ; 1 I ___
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very young "
ll< twt-i& .RAFT. RACE !, LOIS.ZfPPEREKr >> 1 for a visit. _. ; '
the:Rev:Edwin.lfontgcm.iery I
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jciksContinued ( Jr. quite a bit. Rev: Booth and Boy Scouts in North Florida Stadium Christian who 1 i .
( are I i watch | Mr_ and Mrs. Eltert Tdman and

i ..., ..... '.. ,,_.-.-..:..... familYTeached. .here' .*. ..last Thursday.Mrs. i planning a 50-mile a five-day stretch raft of the race- scenic down others challenge play and the the game needs down of on these the t I I,children their parents Albany and. Ga.grandparents were visiting : .Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper, Florida : :

from page 2)) Raeburn Home of :Madison I Suwannee, River. field are not adequate to meet- the t Mr. and Mrs. Otto Deas over the Subscriptions Strictly in Advance ".
visited Mrs 'Graham Black here t -
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adventure is set for June 29 days. weekend.
Futile Naeve who h|,ill., They .had (for the wedding of :Miss .Margaret to July 3, with the rafts running Hamilton H. Kellogg !i $3.00 Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County

lipped> to bring her home but she 1 Davis to Gerry Lewis, Esther I eight hours each day and Scouts I. Hollis and Gertrude McCullough Cards of Thanks . . : $1.00 Minimum'.
was unable to make the trip at Home is a favorite here i in Jasper. I pitching camp each night en the I.I Little Cindy Cunningham of Gain II of Tallahassee spent the weekend Telephone SYcamore: 2-6331 .
.* Many old friends together for esvffle last week with her
this tim /* f f'I I go :river banks. They will the spent Mr. and Mrs.
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with their
,, i parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and Publishers
i. ;:'this affair.. Mary Frances and Horace -race at Branford and end at grand parents Mr. and Mm-s. Angus t Franklin Gaston. Also visiting Mr. -
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A wry'thincoat of varnish: or{I I had fingertip dinner after, the tee Springs, some 50 miles Mai1a-j I Armstrong of Madison and and Mrs. Gaston over the weekend't -- *-*
paint will make old rust stained wedding for visitors and Jasper The race will be on the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. Cunningham.t Mrs. McCullugh and Mrs. brother-in-law and sister Martequeand Woman in
i were Injured
friends'I for Mrs. E. C. Morris (Ag- *
screens look like new. : [system with, rafts stopping for! I Newsome o fMadison County. Christine Hudson of Lake CStv i !
I,ties) of Orlando and- Mrs. Frank meals and rest.breaks when de Miss Mildred Shiver of White Wesley and Jamie Kelley and babyof ', :
DO WE HAVE A SMALL FLAG? ,Bruce (Kathryn) of Palatka are l sired. Each raft will keep its own Springs left Friday morning for; .. .. Madison also Sudie's parentsMr. i Accident at j
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Let Freedom Ring .- 4th of July J[also Jasperites. : 1':running time total and the winner I Ridaecrest North Carolina to at-f' Mary Alice Deas and children and Mrs. Pennywell Kelly of! Triangle .1_.1I
We can fly a flag? Every':Chouse I !will be declared on basis of elapsed I tend Baptist AssemU1y.s spent Sunday in VaJdosta with their Live Oak. .
with a U. S. Flag could be a pretty I| Susan Levin of the Ctiai'lie'shousehold ':time. parents and grandparent Mr. and .. I Alice Mk&fieton Sydenham.:. a

sight ,I was a pretty bridesmaidin f Each raft will be a troop project I Christian Women FellowshipThe I l1rs.T.. A.: Fletcher. 1 Marie Williams came home Sun :teacher from Maderia Beach, For-
I I the wedding of her Quitmanfriend for one of the troops in the I ChristianWomen Fellowshipmeets : day night to spend sometime with 'ida, was injured and hospitalized

Its such good news about the. Ronna Sharon Taylor to Lt.1 nnee River district, Suwa-I with Mrs. Bert Zipperer Fri I II Mrs. Rufus Culbreth and chil-i!her parents Mr and Mrs. Winston !Iin Jasper, as the result of an acelI -
Honorable Thelma Lewis, Cleric of j l[Allan Leonard Fox which took Boy Scout District Commissioner I day June 14 at 3:00 gxm. Mrs. Wallace -'dren Robert and Faye; and Margaret -;;Williams. Marie is a recent grad- I dent last Thursday at 10:55 a.m.
Circuit Court.-She has been able to;I I[place the past Sunday evening at I Harold H. Nygaard of Lake City. I.I Selph presiding. An interest-;" and Mrs. Willie Beatty visited uate of Martha Berry College I The accident was investigated
visit over at the new home of Mr. ',the Temple Isreal in Valdosta, Ga. Up''to eight Scouts will be allow- .ling program on 'Disciples on the!I their sister and aunt :Miss Grace Rome Ga. and has been spending ,by State Patrolman O. C. Garrett.
and Mrs Horace' Lewis, but I An elaborate affair at the Tempel. :.ed on each raft, with a minimum i I of Asia" was led by ',Culbreth at Maccleny hospital Sun- several days in Jacksonville with I I Sheriff Charlie Rhoden and Deputy -

friends are still thoughtful' of Thel-I .s..."*.'* of four, along with one adult. All' Bert Zipperer. At the Mrs.1 d1ay. her brother and sister Mr. andJ. Russeell Rhoden. and as a result -
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ma's health and realize she must I must be swimmers ,of course. the program Mrs. Selph had . E. Williams and children and charges of faifeng to stop for
take things, ; easy until she recovers Gene and Mattie Sandlin and Boy Scouts are,already bundling charge of the worship service us-: Don and Armenta DeLoach and j Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell Sullivan and : a stop sign were lodged against
or gains .mores strength. Every- Boys of Artesia New Mexico are their own rafts, with any materials ing as the theme, "Growing Into .j children of Pinetta had dinner Sun ;daughter. Also spending some time Miss Sydenham.
body is pulling for this beloved :expected: .with in a few1"days fora and construction allowed Mission" After which refreshments '
any type day with their parents and grandparents with Mr. and Mrs. Williams are I The report shows that she was
4 girL 10 days visit with .his parentsMr. limited only by the; Scouts own were served by the_hostess. i' Mr. and .Mrs. David Keeling their grandchildren Cindy and heading north on Route 129 in a '60

.. : and Mrs. Kirby. .Sandlin. imaginations.Sails Wesely Williams of Jacksonville. [Chevrolet Sedan failing to stop
Louise Deas left for her home.
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Mrs. Horace Lewis and Mrs. rudder ,two paddles and i t
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: :Mrs. Marcus Tyre and son Saunders has she entered Route 41, she ran
Raymond. Camp Jr. were recent :Mrs Charlotte Johnson came an unlimited number of poles are in Lakeland Saturday morning ;I, Mary Martha Lambert and son I; of Crestview are spending,I into the right side of a 1959 White
I l J Jacksonville visitors. over frcm:: Jacksonville: to visit with allowed. after spending and aunt some Harlon time and with Marie herruncle :!'Chuck of DeLand are spending I I several days this week with their j Truck owned by Food Fair and driven -

Harry Roberts, Executive Secretary -i ,sometime with their parents ardl I parents and grandparents Mr. and by Johnnie Bryant Jr. of Jacksonville -
Burnham. '
_i t o the Suwannee River Authority : . I grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I Mrs. Isaac Shiver. !' The Chevrolet was a total -
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said he expects other Boy! Cunningham loss" and the semi-trailer was
Mr and Mrs. James Young arxtdaughter | .
Scouts to schedule similar raft I
LOCATION : I injured about 5600 worth.
NEW
Pat, and James of '
-races,in the future: I Cindy j I Cleveland and Sadie Selph had, FLY LOUR FLAG OX TIIE Miss Sydenham received a crush
Orlando the weekend with
"A raft race by youngster cap spent 1.lr.1 part of Sudie's family for supper j ed right ankle and contusions of
their parents and grandparents | FOURTH OF JULYVWVWVAAAAJWWWIAAfWVWI|
tures everyone's fancy I wish I Sunday night. They were theirAAAAAAAAAASWWWWWWW the head.
A E could participate. It wouldn't sur- and Mrs. George. Young Sr. ..
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prise me if this raft )ace catcheson 'rI"V v
and
Janis and Lawrence Selph
and grows to the proportions of
Dale cf Jacksonville SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION
the Soap Box Derby. The Suwannee Rodger spent ..
5 Days 20th thru 24 River is a perfect river for the! Saturday and Sunday with their f
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national championship." parent and grandparents Mr. and .
; Mrs. Bert Zipperer and Mr, and "

WALL TO WALLCARPET Mrs. Melvin Selph. PETITION :
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her mother, Mrs. Simpson; and to
see her brother, I ir. Lucas beforehe Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Alderman -
Charles and Mary
returned to Houston. andchildren II .

.* Elizabeth Ocala and Brandies'Inez Kedding and and childrenof children = IF YOU ARE A REGISTERED VOTER in This County, and if you .

Mr and :Mrs Robert Lucas fromHouston 'of Gainesville spent the weekend I .are in favor of a Consolidated. High School for This County, J You. ), }h.) J'1I

i y Texas were' here;:the past In Manchester, Ga. with their I are invited! to sign this Petition and Return to: Billy Hill, Jasper, Fla.
week end visiting relatives. daughter. and sister Mr. and Mrs. I \ J JII
4 Also.with.. .them were Mrs. Lucas I ..,; .
I children, ;Darlene and Artie Tees Henry Griffin* '* .- ;I II II -,.-,. ,.; : PETITION" '".* V'TO (!. i
ki F .
Toni 'Holley. Toni will '
rand Gayle Eddie and Marjorie Noriega and .r.
rs.. spend the summer here with her children of Decateur, Ga. and Dot j jLeutner i ; :' THE: COUNTY, BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
0 aunt Jackie Brady. I and children of Macon. ,
Artie and Darlene will visit with were home spending the weekend. ;t : OF HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA '

relatives for the summer ;with their parents and grand par- rI ._ ,,'-'fM''i'Ve ": -m
U. ---- ents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan. I \ the undersigned residents and duly qualif-fecT. 1cq.ors..of *...

39 I I '$ <' ... Glenn} .and Gary..Noriega remained. >J" wSBECIAL: TAX, SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER I OF HAMILTON 1H
for a longer visit with their grand "
COUNTY FLORIDA, residing ,within said School District

SQ Fr.J : parents.Arthur .. J desiring the. ,'issuance of BONDS. ,.by,said/ School District, in compliance .\

Paul and Mary King 1 with the Statutes and Laws of Florida for the purpose hereinafter

were home from,Orlando spendingsome .. ,
time with Arthur Paul's i set forth and stated, hereby in compliance with Section 236.36,

Mr. Florida Statutes 1961 and with the Statutes and Lawsof
father and sister and family in.compliance

1! "An acre of performance is Paul King and'.Mr. and Mrs Wat*I rP } Florida, do .petition said''CountyBoard. of Public. Instruction of
weekend. They
I worth the whole world of pro- lace also Selph spent over sometime the with Mary's Hamilton County; Florida, to issue 'Bonds of said "SPECIAL TAX
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YOUR CHOICEAny f Mae James Howell r f SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1 OF HAMILTON COUNTY. FLORIDA -

Promises" libWy; given and lacking Advs ] ,:-; in ," exceed $400 OOO. in compliance with
the i Integrity: intent to give : Legal .' an amount not to ,
and the Statutes and Laws of Florida for the
them substance, are empty and I IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRD. as provided by purpose

Color' and Material in Stock Too often the worth of promisesis II JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRCUIT.FLORIDAIN HAMILTON .' of. 'acquiring, :building i ndi i furnishing: i a consolidated Hamilton Count

stillborn for lack of follow-' CHANCERY, Plaintiff : it.. f/tyHigh S&hoollnc1uQlng site improvejnents'at the present Jasper
MARY 'WTTKOFF
A Great:Selection through. Despite the exigency of V'S. --f...- Florida. -
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site iH <
ElementarySchool Jasper,- i .
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Acrilan Viscose the momenta; promise not lived HARLANTI F. WTTKOFFV t J. I 'I"* f jl ./4 \
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Nylon : m TAE NAME AND BY THE AC-
... up to is a certain Ultimate disappointment THORITY OF THE STATE. OF Signed: f : Precinct No. .... ._..
l i to.the receiver and FLORIDA J ;;'rii
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TO: HARLAND E. WYKOFF. Whose : J .
if the giver, fortunate:; enough residence and address Is unknown. .
TAILORED to own a conscience, a later A sworn bill of complaint,havingbe .: __ '-... ...........,.....4............ ... ... ". ........... .-. ..... ...,. .
I n filed in this Court against you. 4 : .lii5. ff1 : .
source :of selfdebasement.However the relief therein sought being divorce luJa.
and other relief you are re- I
we. can promise tit "I quired to ansTrei--.ald complaint on --- .o '-' ..............- ':,K_:- --_.-.:..._........... .
: Bed. Spreads I JASPER LAUNDRY and DRY ;..'.A.or Avriett'Jaiper before July i 1913 Florida, furnishing,Plaintifra to C. .. O.1.H.'tJ".t T ,--.. -.UIJIIP': -l .

I GLEANERS provides the simp- r[Attorney confesso a copy will thereof be entered else against decree .." ... ..... ... -..,-+.................._....... '
i lest solution,to laundry or cleanIng 'pro :I'; .1.i. :: : ..::7""iI ; .:: :.; : :. .:
yon. } ; : ; :
I blues. Our self-Ren-ice sys- Witness my hand and the "lf fh lat .. ..
economical.Try seal of this Court at Jasper. Florida, REMEMBER. .. .. .' ;>;* .,... ;') .Y,;; :
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easy this 4th day of June A. D.,1965. fliv .
: it.soon. Thelma Lewis r / ol (l-} I '. ; You:,do NOT have to be a Freeholder sign this petition;
Clerk of Circuit Cpurt
4.99 s, Hamilton County but DOhave to be registered voter have signed '
: you a If f..yqu already:
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Watch f r a red on your Alice Jones D. C, t 1 :
I dry cleaning 'ticket-its worth (S AL.BT ., 1 ; a'aimiIar'petitio'. Please do NOT sign this one.
A.
C. AerlettJasper
r .. ,. J# : '. sa$ In-dry .cleaning trade! Florida PLEASE DO JT RIGHT A.W.AYANDSENDITIN.t" !!
June 7. 14. 53.21Julr6H .J "" .
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I 1 I if the-'" SchoollS'to have the holding Every Thursday rooming at ten ... FLY YOUR FLAG OX :THE
You And Your School. total of 101 students at Valdosta :t
I I .' over the child that it should NEWSby o'clock! the Story Hour will be heldat '
power -College have been named ifFOURTH
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Ji JiI the Library In Jasper for the
have. More and more emphasis ,'
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.the dean's: list for the spring
: b, M L "Pow< and On the job Mr. and Mrs.: WilbtuAltman J come and be with us. Miss Ball r
training. :
formation
have discussed the school time about 60 percent of the pupils Durnenberger, academic dean. :;
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exepriences and part time !the: MYF young people on,a:picnic t I is. the director. -
I drop out problem in this column|!in Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, ,traing need to be and'swim party Saturday, June:lS In order to be Included on the I
before but due to its importance North Carolina Tennessee and work program for those desiring to Twin Lakes. They left the Methodist dean'$;Pst .Junior college] studentsare 1
would like to jwest Virginia graduate from high provide to have a 3.3
average
and seriousness we 1 C1Urch"OO a.m. and return at required
'I' I II :them.Our curriculm must I
look at It again.I school be j I broadened as to meet the I 4 rp.m..They are the,new conuselorsof out of-a possible 4. and senior col-
)f Each years reach asa I Although the seriousness: of this*,.,:'needs so of all our students and not t 1 the MYF and they are doing a|lege students must have a 3.5 aver STUMP BROS.
:l youngsters situation is quite plain, it obviously just those desiring to go to college. :wonderful job. !..age.Among
which
", 'the age at makes very little impressionwith ''To do this we must have the stu- I Mrs. Doris Jackson has returned I I those named for the
'_' +r ;they can legallyquit all too many people. It is well :i[dents and the personnel in large I home from the hospital with her]!spring quarter are Cynthia Ann
% school about school Chandler of Jasper and Hilda. Cunningham 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, GeorgiaBUILDING
x known fact that the high i:[enough numbers to make possible new daughter. They are: both doing
I {i 750,000 youngsters drop-out is the last to be employedand such a varied program. It can'tbe .fine. Tommy her 3 year old son : Alderman of Jennings.A .
at that and I
decide age the first to be discharged as a' done on a shoestring operation. '\loves and adores his sister. Doris's l -
leave beyond high school to,general rule. The number of jobs,I I Better guidance and counselling]Ii grandmother from Norfolk Va., chest x-ray from any other
before graduating. open to school drop outs are be-j[services in the school can do much I.arrived Friday. She will stay as I source will cost a minimum of $10. I
coming fewer and fewer each year. 'Ito stem the tide of school drop-outs long as she is. needed. s The x-ray referred to here is-free.
_.. Stating. another One_ study of 250.000 school dropouts excellent 1 into I Be'-
the
-- t Such a person can be an Mrs. Mildred Young went I The unit will at following
way and assuming the drop showed that 27 percent were i, : .
liason or public relations person the hospital in Jacksonville Mon- locations on June 25:
out '''rate goes unchecked less than I employed. Those without high .between the pupil ;the school and|day, 'and had surgery last Tuesday,Jennings Post Office 11 a.m. to 12. S SUPPLIESQUALITY
six out of every ten 5th grade students I f school diplomas had the least de-I the home perhaps bringing all I morning. She is doing fine. .Jasper Health ttept 1:30 to 3 p.m.I
enrolled in the elem. school's sirable jobs. The fredom gained by 'these to a closer appreciation and White Springs Health dime 4:00
of the United States will graduate'i.dropping out of high school is{understanding- of the dropout problem NOTE OF THANKS I pjn. to 5:30 pan. _
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from high sshool. This has become usually dearly paid i and school problems in generaL Butch Nesmith wishes to thank FIRST-
: the nation's number one educational -- We have studied and read much The counselor can also spot the his friends fort their prayers & -
and have made on the students quite of ]kindness I '
surveys
potential drop-out many expressions
I problem. It is one that BUILT IN OVEN AND
demands immediate and serious I causes of school drop-outs. They some time prior to the actual drop during his"T nt stay in the hospital -. 192 36
attention. The National Education are: interesting .challenging and ,out date and perhaps head off such would/'Sppreciate your continued ,- CQOK> TOP, Westinghouse . J\| .
quite often pathetic. ;a possibiliy. The decision to drop prayerMobilXIRay.; I ATTIC 36-inch v _
Association and many state legislatures -01 II FAN ,
I and state departments cf t Among the reasons for droping out of school does not necessarity i ._ I I II .o....nn
but has,quite With Shutter . . :. ... .
education are taking, cognizance of ;::ou of the school are the following: spring up over night Unit
this problem and are planning a 11. dislike for school in general ''a back log of events and circumstances -"I \\tfAi1 t ATTIC STAIRWAY I ? -

major attack upon it. The situa-12. dislike for some particular sub- : that brought about this In County For Atlas . . . ..'. ... . : 18.00
items
tion varies from school to school I I "ject. decision. The following or t '..
l state to state .and. from section to 13. dislike for some teacher situaltion go into making of a potential One DayOn I DOOR MAHOGANY -

section The greatest rate drop out U. course failures and being; ref -. drop out. FlorIda 2-0 x 6-8 . : . . .'...:. 4.75
it smallest found number in those of school students with offer-the i I f 5.tained excessive in the absenteeism.same grade 1. frequently absent. State Tuesday Board, June of Health 25, the mobile-:j I' ,, I IKEEP SCREEN DOOR f.!-' ,

Ing a very limited course of study 6. poor academic background for. 2. broken home x-ray unit wil lbe in Hamilton 2-8x6-8 . . . . ,'. 5.99
designed to benefit the .3 reading below his.mental level'County for one day. The unit is I ,
1 primarily I work required 1 WINDOW SCREEN |:>
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college bound student. About 80 7. prolonged sickness or accident t 4. ]low scores on .
percent of the pupils i nthe States 8. death in home father or mother scores. in lowest decile on mental the convenience and economyof YOUR 2-8x4-6 '. . .,. .-Ieo'. .3pL 2.56
of California Hawaii, South Da-t 9. broken home other than death. | ablity tests. food handling personnel in Hamilton -] : : .
I kota, Wisconsin and Washington I 10 poor finances '6 shows little or no interst in school County, teachers and other WEDDING STORY PREFINISHED PLYWOOD ri7, ,1.on"
remain in school until they graduate .U. lack of guidance and counsel- 7 falls one or two grades behind in health card holders. ALIVE I MAHOGANYf.:&. .,* -

from high school At the same ling at, school j I "school obtain Those a foocFhandlers chest x-ray on who June do -not 25,I FOREVERf BIRCH . . ,'. j; I f. 7.25
I 12. lack of guidance and counsel-i 8. becomes constant diciplinary I between the..covers I
Issued health cardthey. .SHEETROCK'fi
will not be a W
ling at home_ j problem for teachers and school I of our "
LOW INTEREST have had current! of,one '
13. not willing to put forth the ';9. takes no part in extra activities I chest until a 1 Wedding Albums # 4x8SHEET..i!i': '. .,. Ie 1.40OAK
LONG TERM effort to do acceptable schoolwork 10. is ignored or disliked by pupils x-ray., ,: '
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j I FLOORING: NO. 1:COM : ,f
POWELL GAL.TWO. PUPJJP I In. The whole true story .
LOANSI 14. to go to work '! is financially unable to do what I[We; must surround our students of jour wedding f in Per, M . .i./i.. :. /.:'. 185.00
i 15. to get married j I other do. with a program and with the lacili- in specially JT<
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I 16. to join armed services. .12. parents! have little interest in I ties! and the. opportunities! cOnductive Cniahed prints -1 ,
Federal Land BankLive The responsibility for school].I education to remaining in school. We made Just for you bycue J} Per Roll .,". & -.S..tT.:, : A15
drop-outs lie primarily at twQ '13. does not succeed well in anyone must take more than a passing interest skilled ,;
Oak : FO 2-1525 places. One is the home & other is thing in those who come to us for of our KEY-IN-KNOB, '. .. "
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FEDERAL LAND BANKASSOCIATION the school. The home and the 14 little, sympathy at home or direction and instruction. In shortwe candid photographers.PHOTOGRAPHY !:pr l I i..Y.. .'. ;'-'1)!l' 4.25MORTA1t
school working together can oftenover school must provide the very 'best ':
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come the desire in the youngster The problem of school drop- .its,. school possible for the boys' and .'t\ 1.15
LIVE OAK to leave schooL The home and I like many other problems, can be girls of our county. Let it not be I 4 t
the school both must seek to give(1!'largely solved or greatly dimmish- said of us who are adults today I SINK CABINET
311 South Ohio Avenue the proper'motivation to keep the I I led through a concerted effort on'that we failed our youngjsefs in 90.00
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student in school The needs of the the part of parents and the school. their most important hour. : .::4\t COMBINATION '

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I r Notice is .hereby given that the City Council of

the City of Jasper, Florida, will meet as a Board of
FOR CONVENIENT' TROUBLE-FREE IRRIGATION i :; F' 1I 1- Equalization of taxes at the City Hall in Jasper,

I How COOL Florida Monday evening, July I 1. 1963, at 7:30:
Hi' Capacity WE HAVE THE: FAMOUS "SUPER"- 'J 'il: I p.m. for"the purpose" of considering, discussing,

WlU-YQU BE I hearing complaints and reviewing the tax assess-
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-"?!* WHEN YOU the Tax Assessor of the City of Jasper, Florida,

Economical ; for the year 1963, and after hearing any complaintsmade

,' TOBACCO HARVESTER" GET HOME.? thereon, proceed to revise, where deemed advisable

Durable 1.. by the City Council, equalize and perfectsaid :
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New Hydraulic Conveyor ,
Call us or come in-we give you | .

coverage up to 3% acres; a tribu- s ,Drastically 'Cuts Labor Costs c LILLIAN L. BEMBRY

bon fine as lace. The Volume Gun isnonclogging i City, Clerk .
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Made of virgin aluminum NOTICE Used Tobacco Harvesters also _0. H iI I I _w7w7vr_ .;;-g-4...,. .,--w7..7. .&.'. T. _-_&.wrr
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Come In And See TheTRACTOR rt 'Commissioners, of Hamilton County, Florida, will

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DRAWN House on Monday, July 1, 1963 at 10:00 a.m. for
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TOBACCO HARVESTER=:.. r timony to the value of any property, real or per

: .,.1 .' rr sonal, as fixed by the County Assessor of Taxes, of

and .. perfecting, reviewing and equalizing the assessment.
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Great day at the beach Hamilton County, Florida
The Truth

Tobacco Loopers! Sure.nice i to Now go wouldn't home to it cool be Thelma Lewis, Clerk .
air conditioning
A u comfortable?Look electric into it today- By Alice Jones D. C. .

and spend the rest of the :--.-' ..
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U j PACE SIX THE JASPER N E W & J l ASPER F LOR IDA.., Friday June 21. 1963


Jennings High Local Musicians ToPlay I! ( j 'NONA'MARTHA" PfVI V .'(' ,J JI I' ,<: JENNINGS .4 New Dog Breaks .- Hospital J ews -

j Mrs. Nona Martha Pittman 73,'
I School Opens Carillon- Bells (! O1TUAiE&& resident of Hamilton Ixmty died NEWS Record At Track
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Monday in the Hamilton Memorial ,
, Summer In ( by Ray Nell Domett!
ProgramMrs. Sunday Concerts hospital. Survivors are three daugh Lord: Lucky! That's the intri-

j iter, Mrs. Wallace Hurst Jennings.I{r 1Roscoe Asbell, of Valdosta guing name of perhaps the fastest
Minne Shiver will conduct In the Bell Tower auditorium at I Mrs. Jeff Lacey, Monticello, Mrs.i, spent Sunday with her parents, greyhound ever to run at Monti-

the morning activities which will Stephen Foster Memorial, Sunday, ;:Claude Carver, Ft Pierce.. biro >1>Mr. and Mrs. A. L Pollock. Also cello. I
meet each day, Monday through June 23, at 3:00 p.m. a live carillon sonsJ. M. Pittman, Jennings, Clifford -:j){ !. and: Mrs. Miller spent last!I A Jet-black dog who tips the PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL NOW:
Friday as follows: recital will initiate the first of MRS, l\IARY'RlLEY Pittman MbntteeDo. Four,;Sunday afternoon with,the PoBocks.Mr. I II scales at an even 70 pounds Lord J. P. Jones

-r Remedial and Enrichment-8:00 a series to be presented in the park II brothers, Shavie Thornton, Johnny I J I and MrS. M L. Pollock Lucky has already shattered the Mrs. Mamie Deas .
to 10:30. Making their debuts at the con- I Funeral services for Mrs. MaryP. and family of Valdosta visited Mr. 1 1 Monticello track record for the Ernest Rutledge
Arts and Crafts -10:30 to 12:00. Riley 77'died Saturday at her 1!'Thorton, vscas Thornton, all of classic 5/16 of a mile distance
sole of the 97-tubular bell carillon 1 ,,and Mrs. S. S. Hill, also James J. Mrs. Sarah Wilkerson- 'i
Coach Owen Hinton Jr._ will be home in White Springs after a Lake Park, Ga. Inman 111orton,:Hill visited his parents, from dew- ,And it took this 2 year old beautyjust Charles O'Cain .
will be Mrs. Nelson Blocker of
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in charge of the recreation phaseof I sudden Illness, were held Monday StatenvUle One sister, Mrs. Lola ,!iston. I II : two starts to do it! Irvin
Lake City and Mrs. E. F. Mont- BembryMrs.
- the program which is set up on gomery, Jr. of Jasper. The two i i at,400: p.m. in St. James Episcopal ac>hannon./Quitmc. Ga. 25 grand- i I The Missionary Baptist Church ;; On June 12 he struck off that Legine Helton

the following schedule x Church in Lake City with Rev. children 19 great grandchildren. :j i I held their monthly supper last distance in 30.82 seconds. The old Julia Cato (col.) .
2:00 to 5:00, Tuesday, Friday and talented musicians will play a program !John E. Banks Jr. officiating. Interment Funeral services were held Wed- Wednesday night and also had their i i record ,of 3L04. was held jointly Tommy Green (col.)
Saturday aftrnoon Small games of familiar Foster.melodiesand j! was held Tuesday in River nsday 3 p.m. in Hickory ,Grove monthly Sunday School meeting: by Flash and AH Belle.
and little ]league Tiaseball and soft- well-known hymns. ,:'side Cemetery, Macon Georgia. Cemetery in Lowndes County, Ga. They got the Efficiency Banner and Because of the 3bng leaps they DISCHARGED SINCE .LAST WK.:
Mrs. Alta Bennett
ball. The public is cordially invited II I Wilson & Brannon Funeral Directors The Rev. Mr. Sapp, pastor of Devonia got the Attendance Ban- take-some as long as 20 feet-
:Mrs. Naomi Brown
6:30 to 10:30-Tueesday, and Satur- to attend this recital and those to : were in charge of local ser- Green Ridge Church of God, office [nero Bra Joe Crosby of the Southern greyhounds have tremendous early Roberson Jr.

, day night, League Softball. ,,follow all summer on the first and I.I"ices.I iated. Mr. Clifford Hewitt, Mrs. I! Baptist Association was the speed Kirby Herman Fletcher,
(church and civic groups) Family third Sunday afternoons of .each I "Precious I i --
Born in Macon, Ga. Mrs Riley Brown sang tow songs: guest speaker. Earle Harrison
I nights (small games and team month' I I moved to White ,Springs some 30 Memories," and "Abide With Me:' Junior choir practice has been cape. Mrs Lillian Norris .

play I years ago where she had resided called off because Mrs Pearman. i I! Ruth had trouble with her I Ronald Hart
l 6:30 to 10:30 Friday night Town I Pallbearers were active, Carl our choir leader, is not here. "hair-do." She liked the train
"- team Softball Any age group may take part!!I She was the wife of the late George Brock Doyle; Earnest, Richard Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hill are visiting ride from Stockton to Richmondthe Henry KirkendoQ
I The summer program is designed in the arts and crafts or recreation JS.! Riley, Jr. and a member of the Morgan, Lewis Carter, Carol Pitt- their son-in-law of Valdosta. best of all! John C. Osbum

so that everyone can benefit portion of the program. Everyonehas Episcopal Church man, Frank Mitchell; honorary, ; A grand and glorious time was. Rachel Williams col.)

from it. The remedial and enrichment an invitation and is encouragedto J I Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Joe Sullivan, Johnnie Butler, L C, had by all We could keep ramb- Mollie McCalhim << U' ...

J portion included so that take advantage' cf the summer ,Colin C. Campbell, Hayward. CaL, Driggers, Ralph Cunningham, Te- From ling on-but, so long. We have Eliza Townsend (eolj ?,'%
Report Ertihe White coLt :
i a student may do review or make program. Our summer program |i1 Son; George- P. Riley; Neptune ford Sullivan OIa Herndon. Harry -! enjoyed sharing with you cur bits ( ,
up work or pursue a new course started June 10th and wit run.i I Bea h. ? T. Reid Funeral Home was in I of news. Bessie Mae Thomas (eeL)-

in which he is interested.BEIJONDITIONED 'through August 2nd. charge. Jennings HighGraduates V 1 I So long, forever and ever. PS. I' FLY YOUR FLAG ON THE

T : ARTHUR M. NORRIS a get-together is planned soon' FOURTH OF JULY

SEE US FOR YOUR : -I-V- i i :
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( Norris Funeral, 77 were services held for last Arthur Friday M.3 New Antennas t by Serious Us 1 ':!

: p.nx in Friendship Baptist Church s Well, well We walked down the 1
TobaccoTwine Mr Norris passed away last Wed With 30ft Pole 'aisle, and across the stage for the i
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nesday. The Rev. W. D. Stewart, i:''diplomas-it was very sad to a I 1EARlE OPTICAL MEANS t
:pastor officiated. installed few of us but we are proud to say'

Pallbearers we had a wonderful year together. ] ClEAR COMFORTABLE VISION
Active
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$25.00 Thanks to everyone. I i ,
I Hogan Bufonl
: Bryant, Eston '

: f Hester, J., Henry W. Kelley Ratliff.; Bruce Morgan Bass T. Shop \:a chat It was with certainly the Jasper nice to Seniors have .I AT REASONABLE PRICES... sV r

I|I Honorary: Maurice Bennett, W. when we were in Washington and
New York.J I.
W. Roberson, Frank Henderson. Phone I
I II I Interment J| While in New York we had:a'i I1LWAY
I j,I was in Friendship ceme i ,
792-6565 chance to see Paul and Paula-the i V
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NEEDS. i i tel') Harry T. Reid Funeral Home __
best yet, they gave us an autographed ,
Special Prices was in charge .: picture. *- :i ir f
on Large Quantities '- > r r

j}i NOTICE 'OF TAX SALE I. Joyce, we missed,.you.on_ our,. ..the eyes of every! patient ,
vacation. Best wishes for inyour
A. LEVIN & SON i new job.Thanks. ; .you I II ... are thoroughly and scientifically

1.1 Notice is hereby given that at 12:00: noon, on the 1st day of July. Joe, for sending Judy i r' : : examined for disease.

Jasper 1963 at the city hall in the City of Jasper Hamilton County, I with us. She really: missed you. Ij ... ,, defects and visual abnormallies. ? .

.. ,. .. I Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described!: The phone calls helped. ',,> # ..If needed, glasses will beprescribed
lands to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same Lynette took notes on each ,.. ">" to exact require

[I together with the interest and all costs of such sale and advertising event She ,and Edna had trouble I I .__ :: ments.And at Pearle Optical '
.CLASSIFIED ADS !NAME OF TAXPAYER or OWNER 1962 TAXES DUE with their shopping. : = the most complete Optome.
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NORMAN DOUGLAS-Part of Lot $'o. 5, Block 129 Lan;s- : Eddie, we wished for you.. We 1 ,, V trio services and glasses are

1 I I Survey Section 5, Twp IN, Range 14E .. .. 5,3.00. :|saw a wonderful baseball game. available at the most reason
DOUSE FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 FEET AC1IE, ITCH % of all I
your JAMIE, GLORIA .
LARRY ,AND MARY ANN FLETCH- iWe also saw theYankee Stadium. : able cost. .
bedrooms, near downtown, $7500. I bones are in the feet. No wonder!I I ER-Lot No.4, Block 56, Caldweli's Survey, Section 6, '.; 1 Mike said that we toured too "..
Let us show you this one, only one they ache, swell perspire, itch.I :t.
I 7iN, Range 14E .. .. .. '..:.. "3.00 fast. We needed more time to .
of several listed with Robert Ehlert Bathe feet twice 1' t ": -
daily with T-4-L LESTER :
HURST Lots numbered 3, 4, 5. ard 6. Bock 9. : :' look around.
..SY2-6331, or with W. L Bryan. SY2- Solution for relief of the 52 bones, { Caldwell's Survey Section 6. Twp.1N, Range 14E '1.' ,,900, All of the group just love sub- < first Quality Sin&Vision Glasses| Pretbka Rted total lance':fl
2985 ,
Registered Real Estate Brokers 66 joints ligaments.
plus Curbs ath- GULF J -
LIFE
INSURANCE CO. Part of Block A, Os-dwcITs:
tfc. lete's foot ,too (sloughs off Survey, Section 6, ,, way riding. \i\ w$1450 _
IN
infec-I Twp. Range 14E -4.03. Ben and Jerry were very popular CNt$75001
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tion-watch healthy skin I STEVE SMITH, JR. AND WIFE Part of Block A. CalcL -no explanations. They. have |

FARMERSMONEY or if your 48c back at any drug store j't I f well's Survey, Section 6, Twp. IN. Range HE .!' TSJ:O the "sore-eyes." They enjoyed, .. -f', '. -luctutft '[iamm,tioii a Frames s fivfmfTmt rT.&f... 11Mf...
not pleased IN OUE HOUR, TO- June T, 14, 21. 28 LILLIAN BEMBRY the boat trip. : '" PretcriptMHi i Lenin and Curt = Jl **- .. --- 1I&11Ifje
DAY at Wise's Drug Store, or Kayo's -j I f" / .t" ". r ..sueins S Derail w *w raato* to Bod
for farm City Tax Collector "Lover
of V
your operations City Jasper.Jorid Syl has a new name, ;,.,. "' trrptolGs..risDlt" : Bifocal Ctaue!
at reasonable cost. Termsto Drug Store, Jasper. J28c i,I- "l My Boy." Chuck enjoyed the#Sup jf.:;"!<, $17.50 =Del matter lid ijrtjjw pflySATisrwrncH .
ij .
fit your needs. Loans up to j per dub. -:= :* :,: '. ; 'i. 1 S IYIII S150-S175-OO. .

7 years. Call North Florida Pro FURNISHED APARTMENT For SUMMER SPECIAL Rodger had to make a Phone" < CUAWmID;
duction Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave rent, upstairs. Call 792-6331, : call':back home-so did 'C.W.. "

Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 ker bert Ehlert Reg. Real Estate Ro-I 21-inch Picture Tube They had fun and enjoyed! the trip CONVENIENT CREDIT NO EXTRA COST

$2495In.stalled I Greenwich. yiBage. ... ..- -
? .pQ fit W t 0ir
"..SEVERAL USED In Your TV Setwith A group of girls enjoyed-their? ;<. -
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ou4
w
ascends
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Upright Prac- TORS-Best of REFRlGERA.// I night watch. ". /..".:,rtWt :- '.... HA Hi / Bonn
tice Piano with bench $100. Colonial ed to stll. Manning one:year: warranty.. The boys like the. "sidewalks.. r'<,_, I fl .H vnccm'BBBV

House of Music. 1108 N. Patterson. Jasper. Phone SY 17-INCI.PXTURE: .TUBE ONLY 21.95 J of New York.";: : ,t\ Hllll2NPatferson '
2441 '
Valdosta, Telephone CH 4-2934 J5c I tfe.300D ., COMPLETESERVICEON'AILMAKES, ,': ," I' Linda wouldn't join the "nightlwatch. I COd ,! : : -
\ USED TV-Installed for :- ."l 'SheTslept so :that she: : ;!
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REPAIRS-We repair all Mannhigs\ Radio Service, : b.-J
types $100 and n Mannings Radio would be ready;for the nex&day's I .
TV and radios, also small ap- Ssrvice: SY :-1421, Jasper tie S' j tour, .* r&jBreixhr "
pliances. Mannings Radio Service, Jasper Telephone, ,' 792 21" enjiyed; ,Radio: ;: ''Ctty-ex r.'h. *! I : St., V. Idosta Phone 242-5858;
I ;
Jasper. SY 2-4421. tic. NEEDED 1 '. .. $".', ": loir >. ::: v VALDOSTA
!o. : : dept her! tripcdown-the Mts ', "
VISIT .. Vd It-t. ..j
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FRIER MUSIC COMPANY -- &" ', '.- '
PIANO FOR SALE Upright in Lire Oak. Florida for all your ; < ; .

practice piano ,in good condition. musical .'
needs from and
$l5O June organs, j. J IT ?
Montgomery. 792-6751 tf: pianos to records and record'phy

SEPTIC TANK ::1'& tie
and Drain Field .
Cleaning, J. W. Darby, Jasper USED .
; ELECTRIC = i
792-3801 -- tf c .,'' Coed condition.RANCESIFoA'Sal. $40JfV( t l\VIt\ t i t Y. ; r + : G

150. .
Manning
FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne Jasper Radio Repair; '.J i
tfe.
River at Suwannee Springs. Rea-
sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert Real \,., '" T:' 1
; HOUSE FOR SALE In .J argoodjgcfction tit t. \.: I
Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc .
near
hospitalrsultabJe. :
r [for,two' apartments. 57,000. COUNTRY .
PLASTIC LAMINATING:Erotect- ; 1 L a1LW3L Bryan;;. SY2-2985, or V/O :J'{ -' ,.

Preserve Beautify Valuable Robert Ehlert, SY2-6331,, Reg. Real DAY SCHOQTfJeknlidnejoiir ,.a,.. Quajity' ...
Photos Documents.,Sealed in .
plas- Estate, Bakers. Other. property .
tic; Wallet size 36cf :each, larger also available. ] .A.s ,
tic .....j '. ..
size 5c square inchTFAdd 2c each/or -<-,'- -
mail orders. Uk C. -+i K. "ij FOR '8AUE Good Modern Home :
dan stainer and 2 acres h1AW .
PHOTOGRAPHY 221 on paved road dear 1 ,, :
West Howard' Street,;/ 'Liy! $ Oak Jasper.Deep wen .screened porch:? -pi,> ._,.... ...
Florida. tlc 52500 down. See W. L, Bryan. SY2-I .-1'd

2985. or Robert Ehlert; SY2- 331. I _
Reg. Real Estate Brokers. tfcFOpnBAtfc
FREE V
LUBRICATION!' -
fit'r., eoaC
We will give a FREEjJut> lobe -- r .
with each !>-tcbang- r ifor *a.I I.I, !. 120 '(acres at" $105 .
limited time: 6lj1FireMonQ "* "-' i..,perl aert"nearyiiite.( Springs. 1H !

,Tires 'I acres tobacco. AUhigh and dry. .V-
I V ,
,,' 40 scres.aoecdland- V -
.-Delco'Bstdcriesat ; W L.
'Jeom) $>etHlve prices Bryan, 793- i85 or Jtobert.'EWert I

FKED: 'TAYLOR'St 392-6331. l MereReal. Estate '
TEXACO STATION ,;.:' Brokers.:. |: t')1 O w a3E V R O L T
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Jasper 79T- '
Telephone ,
FoR SALE Kohler'& .
Campbell. :
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FARMS WA jTED r1F *; ;iiltoul a 4Q-Inch c sole pianos, V VV .
Roulcflike tau you r'i'ate .: nfinish.ft.::and matching -
us. We have calls for farms bench. Retumed from rental.

every week. JWiJI': ''Bryan%Reg Big' discew' q for casK',Can be fin.
'," Real EsUt Broker.: Pbdne"SYj; anced Colonial} Howe 'of MusiS: d t'e .

2: 985 or Sj.'. 931v ,: 1108 N. ''Patterson ,Valdosta TeleI I
Phone
014'2934. J5c .
r
Georgia Plate Glass Co.
GOOD'
,".Store .FrobtsMirrors .'. ', .' Fliir'" USED TsyFOR: SALE-$55
K sllrered --fifttf; sew Marvin'
Rodgers, 792-4621
.Tub Enclosures, Showers J5p f f ll 1 '

215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 FOR SALE-. eR.ENTWon: j w=- CHEVROLET .:;.

VALDOSTA der Baf.VAtoifwBc; deep well I -. f f / I ,.-
Ixtmhi?scut 4 loom' I4ouse air ,
A :.WATKIXS ROUTE in this area 2 acnealaad(5 01>'W iaer Bar '

la open far seI -reth-ed man or Jasper. .J.-ftL.-if.. '- ", J5P I f a
y
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fedy.' Many) semi-retired ,people -- ." J,. r- t

pendlngs earn!$50.00 on to time,$100.00_devbted per',week Ratite.de- I NOTICB'"'A A.-;;: :-. -=_' .1._veiRa, .._, ,cMti< t lJ,: town until :) Ghewnlit thaler fo&any type of truck.L _
f
Also have 1 full'tirae'Reute: 'opes. : rifflarzIam E. f % r/ r.7rt M '* "*' f '---:' '-- -4 I-... .. _____ _,::
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Maybe you can'q e1ity; .'For: pets Kyser, Veterfia. aa.,t;;:;;7 Up 4R '':. :'j;! ti : i ,,\-"j.I.' U \ 1 : J '-\, i t \ ;
aural Interview in )'OOiarea..M'it3. ; 4! d '. ;;

H. McGarity,'Box 627,' 4 m, FOR S Hi =s-cypress tobacco .' .' "D-Jr-'HEVROT.DT, COCINC. .

F1o ida :J26c sticks'at mill ,oBe mile south tf W: f : > : .. ,

:FOB SALE 'M .teq Mad4son'eci State' Road 14 phone 3ThAAUO. 4A I lfm. : c;; l; : ;jji.d !,'/: ;.J :, ; t .1.t.
,* .truck. 973-63M after,?iuaj Girlie :feagans, ,. .. .,. .
Good condition; crieap."792. 331; Mart: Ftertdft, : I J -, -. ;: J S{ EK-( : :kFHtJK1ItDQ" t: ,::--.w- .








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I; .Are'There,Few That'Be&iveif Lk13-23;=,' JERRY BLAIR WINS ACP Helps r Ip ATTEND SUMMER CAMP JENNING FFA' HAPTER;. was won by the Jennings FFA

\ BANKERs I) June<3rd at 2:00 p.m. the'4-1! REPRESENTED Chapter for outstaDdingw i4c during -
N&2 t .. ''estimated people Abraham could Conservation' : and 'girls from Jasoer. 'vJft': e the year of 1968-63. This awardis
Pt. 'not find ten rightews'righ doing) SCHOLARSHIPS ;; and Jennings left for a CONVENTIONLast given to the most outstanding
In this weeks,pursuit ofe, ans? Chapters in each district. Jennings -
of fun
: at the Lake 4-H
people Just think about the I : Cherry week the FlricJAssocia
wer to the questidh' Are there The Florida Bankers Associa- Programr ." We arrived there about was the only chapter: in Ha-
few that be saved" Let us look to ,I'the seriousness o fthis situation. Mr tion each year since 1941, has been When we got there we were tion FUtrrners o* +America milton County to receive' the Superior -

a later era of the worlds history. and :Mrs. Lot and their two daughters :presenting Scholarships to outstanding Conservation work costs cabins and we fixed o.:r he'd their '? n Ann! "*! Ste Convention Award.
And turning the cities of Sodom -only" four people saved out of : Future Farmers to assist themin I Thats why we-have an ACP rM We had arrived after the two in Daytona Beach at the The honor guest at the convention -

and Gomorrha into ashes condemned I two cities that have been estimated attending the University of Flor- Miller, Chairman, .Agricultural County busses had arniv- Peabody Auditorium. The Jennings was the National Vice President -

them with an overthrow mak- ,,,bvsome to be the size of New York 'ida. This year two more scholarships -jl bilization that and Conservation I FFA Chapter had four boys Larry Whittington.
out convinced
ing them an ensample unto those city. Only four people saved out ofseveral worth. $250 each were pre- being about who attended the convention: Bill Officers elected for the year
that after should live unepdly: and million people And then i sented. Committee said today. He night we participate get ||Butler. Jim Bates Jerry Blair, 1963-W are: Fred WWtetew from
benefits of
I conservation is games which were led and BXlty Lassiter the Citrus Chapter David Herndon -
delivered just Lot vexed with the one of the four that God
spared : The selection of the winners \
is enough, and expressed the Ronald I
recreational
filthy conversation, of the wicked ; Lewis our I f The Jennings from Columbia Chapter, Jer-
(saved) from the fire and brim- based FFA I Chapter was very
upon leadership as evi- that some farmers still .
2 Pet 2:6-7. The archeologists; in ,stone that fell on Sodom and Gom- denced by in may We were in bed by 10:30'1 I fortunate to have four candidatesfor ry Blair from Jennings, Larry
recent years have dug down to orrah disobeyed God and "feU I! activities participation cooperative I understand that they can morning we got our '' the State Farmer Degree. They,,,Ford from Malone Chapter, Marcus -
these two cities would be equal I .committees work program help in getting the in order. Hynes Boyd our we1e Wayne Hurst, Roger Avriett !> Shacketford from Peace River
from grace" Mrs. Lot believed the holding office in local t' ;
( chapter and conservation job done l''
instructor
on the
to that of New York dry! When false doctrine ,that is being preached supervised practice activties. farms. taught {C. W. Pennington and Jerry Blair. ,Chapter, Jim Crosley from Tavar-
I j i I
God announced to. Abraham that } and believed in many churches |I" i The degree of State Farmer is the |eS i Chapter and Jim GHes from
Floyd' CaTlr Executve Vice-Presi ..
swimmers how to swim. The *
lie was prepared to destroy these ,that once a person is saved it is 'dent Florida Bankers Association, I "Just drive around the :: "'*to swinTOetter'and*the"I,hJghestJegree.. tote given by the I Aubaile'Qi.eL:
two cities of Sodom and Gomorrah .impossible for _that.person to.so :Orlando'representing; 1 :tfieAssocia-i tile '01alnnan'I.".declared. and how to dive. j State Association. j Reporter,
_........ -Abraham-made a plea for. mercy conduct 'themselves that they will Ilion, presented the 1963 scholarshipto can easily spot the farms The Superior Chapter Award Bffly Laseter
for the city and" Abraham drew finaU be eternally lost. Even conservation farming is being !
: James E Giles, Auburndale Wednesday morning we left
near and said, will thou consume though she was counted worthy to High School and Jerry Blair Jennings -ticed. In many cases.you se and arrived at9:30 I /
the righteous with the wicked? Per have been one o fthe "few" that so fin dthat the ,Agricultural
: High School FFA Chapter. We went through the Agricul
adventure there are fifty righteous Gcd saved fro mthe firey destruction -I Jerry Mchael Blair is a recent servation Program is : buiilding then to the capital. ,' ATTENTION: All Customers of
within the city: wilt thou consume that came upon that city when with the farmer in
graduate of Jennings 'High School carrying watched the legislature in ses- \
and not spare the place for the c11., disobeyed God's instructionsand ,and received a $250 Florida Bangers the conservation practice oil After that we then went to I;
fifty righeous that are therein? looked back ,she was turned to Scholarship from Flayed Call land." Farmers Center
And Jehovah said, if I find in I i i Springs. We returned to'.
a pillar of salt Nowturn withus Executive Vice-President of the *"i
Sodom fifty righteous within the to the book of Jude 'verses 5-6 For farmers who may not at 4:30.
city then I will spare all of the I"I will therefore put you in remem-(Florida. Bankers Association: Orlando understand just how ACP I was visitors day and I During the month of June, 1963, our store

place for their sake. And Abraham brance through ye once knew this t tI Mr. Miller explained that the night we service.particapated On Sat-in will be open only on each Saturday from 7 am 7 pm
answered and said. Peradventure how that the Lord, having saved I He is the son of Air. and :Mrs. gram's purpose is to encourage
we did what work left and will be in and out for the rest of the month
was so
Tack of the tablishment of soil I
there shall five ,
fifty the people out o fthe land of Egyt, Roy Lee Blair. His Instructors in water
righteous J wilt thou destroy all'i'afterward destroyed them that be- Vocational Agriculture were J. I and wildlife conservation then we came home. : that anyone needing anything we have on hand can

the city for the lack of five? And ''lieved not. And the Angels which Fred DeVane and Alton Blair. needed in the public interest. ll'H Dennis Smith. !I contact us to make a purchase or to pay a bill.
he said I will not destroy it if I kept their first estate, but left, His farming program this year i program therefore has an --I II Ir II I

find there forty and five. (Gen. 18: i j i their own habitation. he hath reserved includes: 5 sows 50 hogs for meat tive type of approach to the r service or material'' } We still have some merchandise which will be
23-28)). Abraham continued to in everlasting chains under 10 acres of corn for grain, 2 steers blem-it "shares the cost" us-- tl
covers about half the cost of located in the of A. C. L. Atlantic Coastline
lower the number of righteous I'I darkness unto the judgement of 10 acres pf rye for pasture and s o u rid conservation rear: (

people necessary to keep God from the great day." Someone may object ,1 .acre tobacco. which the farmer would not ; approved the cash practice.plan the farmer I Railroad) depot warehouse after July 1 1st, and we
,
destroying the cities. Finally when world has ; out without such assistance.
and that the
say will be glad to sell of it if will contact
His leadership activities con the total cost of establishing any you us.
God agreed to the cities if : of Noah FundS for this
spare improved since the day purpose are
: sist of Parlimentary Procedure,I I approved practice ,and he is Also have equipment for sale if is
Abraham could find ten righteous I and Lot. I wish that this were true I'I'I thorized by Congress in : we some anyone
people Abraham agreed to try the ,but being a Bible believer, I must I Public Speaking, FFA Banquet tion of the fact that the reimbursed for Government's interested in any of it.
and President of his FFA o fthe cost. Under the
patience of God no longer. Did you believe to the contrary. The scrip! Secretary natural resources,are vital not pur-
I
know that out of several million tures teach that mankind has not )I Chapter Teams judging and' teams Serving Demonstration on -I to' the farmers and ranchers onier is advanced plan the to Governments the vendor As of July I 1st., 1963 Farmers Center will be
the land but also
Committees and a delegate, to the I health operate and well being of each to supplies the farmer ((1)) a closed but we plan to continue to operate the Mobile

'GAS I State FFA Convention. Also, he has zen both now and in the on. material such as Feed Mill Service the same as in the past. Our home
been an outstanding exhibitor of ACP i; 'trees, f fertilizer lime or tile:
practices to
I promote phone has been changed to 792-3911, the same as the
) service such earth
swine in the State FFA show at servation a -- as
WHAT DO YOU MEW HUSH,5WEETNE55- AND YOU HAVE NO the North Florida Fair winningthe meet local measures as well as are national selected tree planting, or tile lay I bus ness phone which will be known as "JIM DUNA-

PLAYWG A GAME TH OF s IS QMMCE r1o GAME- CHANCE IP YOU TRADE TO LOSE FRM: Award. ditions. Each county has a list W A..Y'S MOBILE FEED MILL SERVICE" after
I OF CHANCE CARD WITH Jerry was a member and officer the practices specifications, vendor who furnishes the
IN MY HOUSELow / EVERY J July 1 1st. ,
IN 'rH DECK ( II ..in the following: President of the cost-share-rates approved for or service bills the Gov-: I
1S Beta Club for 2 Treasurer of and receives payment for
years ; cal farmers participating in We would like to have all accounts paid in full
the Student Council President of { share o fthe cost
.
GAS CaFq1 program.In 'I I
,eRY'rHtNG IS his Sophomore and Senior Class; i( farmer. pays the vendor the by June 30th, 1963 or-see us and make arrangementsto

AND SQt1ARE. r Assistant Sunday School Super- brief ,the farmer between the amount the j pay at a specified time.
: 4cf !intendent and Game Captain of the ACP cooperation by filing a I pays and the total'cost ;

Football Team. quest with the ASC county : material or service used.I Th.nk you all for your patronage and coopera
t tee for ACP cost-sharing also helps pay technical ser '
tion We hope to continue to serve many of you
carry out the practice. He where required to determine I'
i a definite notice from the, and practicability or to plan in the future with our Mibile Feed Mill Servire under

j improved one iota since the days mittee of, the extent to which lay out th practice. This is the supervision of W. A. "Jack" Jones.
Price :of Noah and Lot. 'Human nature request has been approved. through special ar- ; 4
$6.95
NIGHT PHONE 'land the completion of the practice with the Soil Conserva-
"flesh" are just as contrary JAMES L. DUNAWAY, Jr.
PER CYLINDER farmer. certifies this by filing Service the State Forester
to the win of God today as_ -
SYcamore 23001HOLLOWAYS' necessary report form with others. ,
they then. In fact '
CASH ON DELIVERY_ were men are"worse" Owner
county office.. His cost- who wish further de
in this day than they were "
j Noah's assistance. in the-jDzm.of.: about ACP are urged to"call ,-., -'- .
Jin day. Listen "But evil
'! cash'or a purchase order for ASCS County Office.
men and seducers shall wax worse ,
deceiving and being deceived." 2 t -

I Tim. 3:13. "Likewise even as it ,
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came to pass in the days of ,Lot: t. .
'they ate, they drank they bought T.. -
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Z 8 I I.they sold, they planted they builded For nonstop, Vacation Fun. working rubber on the road As a result, you get ..:-

L..J HOLLOWAY : But the same day that Lot went more mileage-became the load is spread over .

out of Sodom it' rained fire and count on long-running more surface, reducing the strain on each individual .:
(brimstone from heaven and destroyed ,
them all.,Even thus shall it point.And you get safer,surer stops from '

SCHULTZ HILL MOBILE HOME\ I>I be in the day"when" the Son of Man ATLAS T'RES Want the happiest ATLAS' better traction-plus: easier steering, ,

t is revealed. Luke 17:28-30. In vaca oneverlThen less side-slip on turns,real control:Our famous
view of these scriptures on the -
Discount the South's LargestIS j"few" that will be finally accepted keep your mind on the road, not on your tires! Twin Guarantee is honored by 50,000 ATLAS

!of the Lord Jet us say with the Holy And you,will if you travel on the new ATLAS dealers in 50 states and Canada.Come in today!

NOW IN VALDOSTA! 'Spirit" Try yourselves ,x>r examine Flycron the tire that
puts up to 25% more STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
{yourselves whether ye be in the

i faith: prove your own selves, prove
MOBILE HOMES AS LOW AS all things, hold fast that which is

good. 2 Cor. 13:5, 1 Thess 5:21. ,r..n ,
a 0 kd b
Sales Tax Ins. Inc.
$1DOWN We invite you to study with us II
; No Closing Cost anytime and continue to watch
this article weekly the Lord will- ,

-Open Till 10 .m- ing as we persue this subject "ARE II
THERE FEW THAT BE SAVED! .
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Address your inquiries' to Kenneth -'
Schultz Hill Mobile\ Homes, Inc. E. Thomas Box 226 Jennings. a

I Florida ,or call 938-2091. thank .
1901 South Patterson. Call 242-4260 you. 6 a

: respectively submittedby {
Kenneth E. Thomas I Ir

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To The Farmers of .t-.;: N a



Hamilton County ,
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I would like very much to come and yisit with --


every tobacco farmer and see your crop, but-since- :. .

I. have discovered such a dreadful disease in my U"ni YY


.. crop I am afraid that I might cause someone else 1 A

to ,have it, as it is so contagious. It may be car- I


ried on your feet and tires of all vehicles. But I

-,' 'hope that each of you will have a wonderfulcrop. :


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I Take your time and let it get'\good and, ripe ::


before you gather and it will mean money to yoii- w .


and that, know, is what you need and want out r. -.. .J

of your.crop. I will do my best to see that you get . fz.


the I high dollar at -my warehouse and will appreciate : : STAN DARD

business. >' ,.
your; ,: *:. -.r. : ,
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