The Jasper news
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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 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jasper (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hamilton -- Jasper
Coordinates: 30.518889 x -82.951111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
General Note: Editor: Jno. M. Caldwell, <1890>.
General Note: Publisher: W.L. Whitfield, <1904>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Boat, Motor, and All Night Sing I'Old Fashioned SIX INJURED IN TWO ACCIDENTSAT Too Late to ClassifyBy Letter Former To Editor:Resident

Trailer Given To To Feature Fourth Planned TRIANGLE INTERSECTION t RUSSELL KAY Supports

Suwannee Auth. : Valdosta ProgramEight At MemorialAn Last week end I attended the

i Last Friday JQne 21 a 1961 Ford Spring Convention of the Florida Consolidation .
The Suwannee River Authority top gospel singingquartets oiJ-fashioned Fourth of July I driven by Beverly Annette Erd- Lions ElectInternational Public Relations Association at

will jappgar..in.Valdosta July 1314m"tne celebration .featuring a band con ";mon ran the stop'sign at the triangle President Grand Bahama. Dear Sir:

' 'nag ttp q,, Chairman 'Valdosta: Junior I "Qiambe' r'b certy'a patriotictaddrssj3ldthneygames .-intersection and hid a 1 Rat I. Qurjgroup assembled at the Port. I was raised in White S pongs
John C of Jasper -
'the Camp said the Commerce's first annual sundown ,a watermelon cutting and driven+ 'by FernlnTf.'trohnson:; *r. '-1 of alnrfceacn: "af hoojTThttreaay 1'Csent'to School in Wfifte Springs
Authority, donated to sunup sing. II many other events will be held at The passengers fan the Erdmon and boarded the cruise ship S/S back in the days when Jasper was
boat motor the the were The, original,Chuck Wagon Gang theStephen Floater Memorial parkon car. the drivers tot>1 "Helen Erd 4v Vw Grand Bahama for the four hour no better Uvin. Therefore I think
to Authority by manufacturers I -
of Fort Worth Tex. will head the the Suwannee River here on mon and a friend Cyrfthia Sherman trip to the island. that I should at least have voice
to help in promoting the from Colm bus'Ohi .'were The ship built in Denmark and
star studded lineup which will also la&ependeitce Bay uninjured. on this Consolidation movement for

Suwannee"We are River.indeed grateful to these feature: Wally'Ftowler of Nashville i ."The program will have double The passengers!in the ;Johnson rebuilt this year just for the Caribbean the schools
car. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and service offered every facility r km\V. through reading the
people and I want to publicly) express Teen., and the Oak Ridge .Quartet significance, said Foster: L. Barnes -
; with Willie Win of Nashville. I t director of the Memorial," be- their two grandchildren Scott John for a delightful luxury cruise Valdosta Times that there are various .
my appreciation, to them for Other on the program will be the cause Stephen Foster's birthdate son 4, &: Dawn Johnson' :!: 3. Mr. and completely air-conditioned with Petitions in circulation on this
helping us in our plans for developing I Mrs. Johnson: were hospitalizedwith I spacious., comfortable lounges sundeck issue.R. .
the Suwanne River rising Sego Brothers and Na- was the Fourth of July. He was
Countdy, omi of Macon, the Georgians Quartet I born in Pittsburg on July 4, 1826 lacerations of the head and I game room .dining rooms C. Heill a spokesman from
Camp said. -, I of Valdosta. the Pine Ridge the 50th anniversary of the signing legs but the Children were uninjured and bars offered us all the fun and White Springs! had said: "There
a 'said the 18-foot ft I
Camp Sport- entertainment could ask for.
Quartet of Atlanta the Tonemas-i of the Declaration of Independence.Don f we would be certain advantages In a
1 safari delux boat was given to the Mr and Mrs. Johnson are fromNewbeny :. Luncheon was served on board consolidated school however I
ters of Savannah and Chapelleers I
Authority by Sport-Craft Inc. She 1',of Gainesville. Ga. I II I Fuqua, congressman rep- acid the 'grandchildren and it was an excellent meal Whenwe think there is an economic element
Perry Boat Company. The 75 horse. resenting the new ninth Florida district reached International
I' The sing is scheduled to be held from Forest' Park Georgia.. waters Those whom propose to put it in
Johnson E3ectramatic motor was 'I at Cleveland Field (Valdosta High .has accepted an invitation to I The Fiat was a total loss and the game room was opened and the Jasper hope to get the economic

donated by the Johnson Motor Co. School stadium) but arrangements I I come from Washington to make the the damage tothe Ford was esti-,iI'i gang'had fun losing their money to benefits at the expense of Jenningsand

of Waukegan HI. Peterson Brothers r have been made to move inside in I principal address Barnes announc I mated at 600.Theaccident. I; I|j one-firmed bandits that were White Spri gs.

Inc.: of Jacksonville, donated ,, case of rain. I ed.The was investigated by I i operating on a lOc 25c and $1.00 I say let us study through this-
the Gator Boat trailer. j! program win start promptlyat Aubrey D. Green of York.I
,Trooper Garret of the Florida basis. economic element carefullywith :
I very
Profits from the sing will be *
''These- people realized we need used for various Jaycees, civic and 10 a.m. Thursday July 4, with Highway Patrol and Deputy,Sheriff Alabama, was elected President the I I I never was much of a gamblerand the hiring of teachers for one
i of Lions International
ed a boat to use In taking picture the Memorial's special events director well of the fact
charitable projects Advance ticketsare Russell Rhoden. Association's 46th annual con. I am aware 'school instead o fteachers for three
and other activities in developing now on sale at:all Jaycees and .Thelma Boltin in charge. Tuesday night atjout 11 p.m. vention June 19-22 at Miami I i 1 that yOu can't beat a slot machine; schools kept definately in mind.

and advertising the river but that various .business finns Gate tic-I Flag raising ceremonies will be 1 I Sybil Colson. of Trenton, Florida Beach. Lions International with I.but I got more than my money's In a large consolidated school,

we cduld 't afford to spend our kets will be 25 cents for the I. conducted by approximately 100 driving a 1960 Chevrolet ran the 672.000 members in 121 countries worth for two bucks I lost as it there would of course be more

limited :funds for it", he said. event which will start more at Sundown Girl Scouts from Gateway Council, stop sign at the triangle intersec- is the world's largest senr I I, kept me entertained for nearly teachers than In any one of thathree

"They each offered us their product and end Jacksonville young people will tion and hit almost head on a white ice dub organization. an hour. I unconsolidated schools. Also

.to use and agreed to replace at-sunup. come to the Memorial from CampChowenwaw tractor and trailer driven- by William Lions International is best I I While the Grand Bahamas are there would be more subjects

it each year with their new modeL Green Cove Springs I Alvin Andersonof Dunwoody known for its many youth pro- .the principal hotel The Grand Ba being taught, more actual benefits.

Promoting the Suwannee River will Big Program At for a field day. Mrs. I. G, Siegel Ga. >f? grams, sight' community: conservation service.activities projects .hama is one of the Jack Tar chain Yet I believe there would be less

benefit everybody living: in these and Uancy ,Adams of Jacksonville I Sybil Colson'who suffered multiple and aid 'to the blind. Last and atmosphere is less British : teachers In this one Consolidated

12 counties ,and they should appreciate Jax Beach 'On \\jU be- -charge.. laceration of ;legs was trans- year Lions Clubs around thelobi British is one of the Jack Tar School than in the three unconsolidated -

what Sport-craft, Johnson "A patriotic musical program i ferred to Valdosta hospital. << completed more than J.than .is the case at Nassau or Ja-I schools.Therefore .

:Motors, and Peterson Brothers are Fourth of July will be held at the Folk Festival I No charges have been filed in 350,000 individual community .maca. The hotel sprawls all over it Is my belief that
doing to help." stage under direction cf Mrs N. D, service projects. I
this accident as investigation is ,several acres with 350 rooms, exe- : "economics is a "myth" in the
One o fthe first official uses of July 4th always means fireworkssurf .t (Mary Lee) Wainwright of Hollywood not complete.. 't I cellent convention facilities Inter- minds of the People from Jenningsand

the boat will be to serve as: a and sun bathing dancing Florid; "Miss Boltin said: The accident was investigated by 'national shops ,the world's largest i iI White Springs.

work,boat, for the engineers surveying skating bowling boating fishing "Mrs. Wainwright well-known composer Troopers Tompkins and Garret of Don Fuqua I I swimming pool and many other To whom are these economic to \
and contests and :lots of will lead the
the Branford to Ellaville and musician the Florida Highway 'Patrol and advantages. I benefit-the People-or personal-

stretch to mark the existingchan- Boardwalk fun at Jacksonville crowd in singing "Star Spangled' I Deputy: Sheriff .Russell Rhoden. FromCongress ]r[ Strictly a tourist hotel ,it is designed .ities.
nel there. Rader and Associates of Beach. Banner" and 'Suwannee River'after 1 Reports '
I I to meet the needs of the My choice of the location of the
!Miami will do that work, probably The principal scheduled events which she will present threeof I'vacationer.I Varied entertainmentis new school would likewise be at the
-earJ-"in June begin Wednesday night July 3rd her patriotic compositions.She Mayo Builds I
own ]
1 offered i island either with Intersection of U. S 41 and 129 at
at 8'oclock with a talent show in and her husband then will l' t9U1'S. This would likewise. cut
the BandshelL This is of of several A ExhibitBuildings 'a guide or drive it yourself car. ,
' REUNION a part make a presentation 2" SUWANX &VCR PASS PROJECT Deep Sea fishing the finest in the down on the expense of transpor-
the annual Miss Duval County conclude, this -
,patriotic scrolls to, The from
Subcommittee onRivers tation of students Jasper
3 Taylor Roberson reunion will I world with every variety game
; year 24 lovely and talented young portion o fthe program*
r and Harbors of the House which should be kept In mind in
\. be held at V. F. W. Home in Jas- ladies are entered. 1] Games and contests come next PuSGe fish.awaiting your challenge. Boats,
Works Committee has account.
per. (Sunday June 30th. On Thursday afternoon. July 4th I! >ble climbing three Lafayette Countyrs' iew $4500&.0uv,; also ,every 'descriptlort.are available .the total expense : ,
with greased T
approved a resohrticn*calling' Sincerely
wXt& .
Livestock uil&ng.i yourself
$ charter -ordrive
fbrmaU/ae for :-
AIEkln'and.friends: 'are.expected. : {here 'will'b: th k :beauty: legged :racesrnorsershoe>pitching iheWest 'Fender
esue Frank
themouth .
to attendT 'f"'J '. parade at 2.p.m. and bathing, suit i I jumping sack racing and 'ma.y cepted Monday and'turned over to' orthe'Sutfannee River. sfciiffg scuba diving is papularand ": .. I' 1""
A basket lunch will be served at Judging competition at 3 p.m. I other events planned. The Hamilton the county by the contractor. The Pass if you do not have yWr'Oe'JUipment \\ 'S :
West Is one of two out-r
twelve thirty.' The night of July 4th will be the County 4-H' Club will, providea structure is made Up of three wings Theof the Into you may rent it.'
i and and an arena Area with a total of Suwannee Suwannee Leaviing the water sports to the Valdosta College :
Hope to see each of you here.a really big one with final judgingof greased pig for chasing Sound. A Survey-review ,report of .
the at 8 o'clock Miss Boltin. 10,850 square feet underthe roof. younger set T went for the Island
beauty pageant catching" said
] the Pass would estimated
an Institute ToStudy
The building was officially com- tour and found it extremely Inter
GENE LANGIN in the BandshelL This is an official The public is. invited to. bring
$34,000; and require two for
Miss Florida and Miss America j basket .luncheon .for .dinner .on pleted last week but not formally esting.' This outlying key ,ln my
OKINAWAEugene director accepted until Monday pending completion after funds are made opinion is destined to become as CommunismAn
and conducted
preliminary contest the grounds the program
available. Under current Federal
of few minor changes. and well known Nassau.
completion a popular as
C. Lang, Jr. ot"Mr.. under Miss America contest n1J s. announced. other East
son authority, the outlet
Caribbean Americanism
Area Completed two weeks or more Jamaica or any o fthe institute on vs|
and Mrs. At 10:30 on the night of the 4th i, After lunch the Suwannee .
Eugene C. of last
Lang Jasperwas I work Pass was dredged year. Valdosta
ahead of schedule the was resorts. Communism come to
there will be a low tide and the Community Band .organized by
advanced to his This project would be of
present rate mammoth fireworks will from Live Oak, Branford done almost entirely by local labor I great A few year ago there was noth. State College for a three-week session -
display bandmasters
May'16 while serving at the Naval I benefit to the commercial and
and G JJcCaB general but few small fishing 22 throuth 14.
schools H. E. Ralph was ing here a July August
be shot from the beach in front of and Jasper
Air Facility, Maha Okinawa. the Boardwalk. This will consist of '' Munch and Harvey E :superintendent for H&W Steel the pleasure boating and fishing interest communities and a limited native One of seven such institutes being
Advancement is based on meet- Grant Osvar fore i in our section of the state. booming.
contractors. Delma Webb was population. Today it is held throughout the University system -
ground set pieces and some 150 Oehlert, Jr.-will present a concert -.
Ing military and professional re i HIGH SCHOOL VISIT One of
construction the will be under the
;man. You see new everywhere course
and multi-break outdoor stage
single the shady
quirements determined by Ute I on of the largest in real pleasures we have is in greet dredgedto Dr.William It Gabard
colored aerial bombshells. the historic Suwannee The building?one Harbors are! being direction of ,
needs of the and attained I overlooking senior classes
Navy scores the area except for Lafayette High ng. high school accomodate the largest cruise VSC history department head.
On Friday night,. July 5th there made famous by Stephen Foster's I
on the Navywide competitive from our district on their visits to
I' I contains stock exhibit dollars will be
-examination \ be a free rock &: row dance inI music. I School a ship. Millions of are being An Intensive study made
giVen. bi-annuaHy. the Bandshell and the will speakafter room 50x61, 'and exhibit room 50x61 ; the Capitol City. spent on new hotel and motel ac- I Gabard said of the principle of
same on Fuqua
The air facility provides logistic Congressman Recently have been most
and arena space of 50x50 with attached we comodations. America"ism and. Communism
support for ships arcraft and personnel Saturday night. In addition to the the concert. happy to see in Washington the
grandstand area size 50x36. I Subdivision after subdivision are both as Ideologies and as practical
free dance Saturday: night there music from North Florida
on More
of the Seventh Fleet the I Jas- '
Senior classes from Marianna
Construction is steel and block and social
the band promoted and lots are selling at a political economic, sys
will be a weight liftingtournament singing groups and from
Tar East. and here.
from 5 to 7 p.m. and at 8 pm. the 1 I will follow, Miss Boltin said, after and consequently ,is fireproof Two 1 per, Jennings visiting frantic pace. While many are pur- 'tems.
famous "Mr. Southern States" phi-1,which the ,watermelon cutting is huge fans in the west end of the I We missed seeing the group chasing land for speculation, most "This institute is very timely," hesaid.
I I will help to circulate the Jasper but understand they to build will be of In-
County Near TopImPIanting ical fitness contest for young men scheduled with free melon for the building purchasers are planning "It particular
wonderful visit here.
conducted under A. A. U. rules. 'entire gathering. air. One of the exhibit rooms on : homes.To terest to teachers of social studies

Pines Sunday;:July 7th win be given!i "We have planned an all-day the south side, is adequate for skating -I my mind the development of since this subjject f matter is being ,

to beach and Boardwalk fun dur- program which provides fun for the dancing or other forms of the Grand Bahama is simply an introduced: Into the curriculm in ;
recreation with little or no con Sing At Jasper extention of the famed Florida schools at all levels. There Is an
Seven north and west Florida ing: the day and free musical events whole family, Miss Boltin said
counties led the rest o fthe state in: i in the Bandshell at night. I "and we expect visitors from Ga. version .except for a false floor Gold Coast. It will benefit Florida Increased demand for instruction
t' that would be required.and II I Church of God as those who visit the islands or in this area.
reforestation during the 1962-63 i All in all, a well rounded out 4th and central Florida as well as I
purchase supplies and equipment R. W Grey of G. B I. Headquarters -
tree planting season. of July program has been plannedby from the North Florida area. There
Santa Rosa County with 5870.570 the Jacksonville Beach Recreation -j j I will be no charge for the: cele- Friday at 8:00 p.m. the regular depend upon the states primarily win lecture on various aspectsof

seedling trees planted .was first Department, the Jaycees and bration .other than the regular gate olders folks too will wear colorful fourth Friday sing will be held at but it alerts us to the fact that we Communism on the opening day

among all Florida counties: accordIng the Chamber of Commerce and"the I I fee for admission to the Memorial customes and'join in the many the Jasper Church of God. have competition for,the tour- of the Institute.

to the Florida Forest Service.A public is cordially invited. I grounds. We hope that youngsters events planned to commemorate Everyone is cordially invited to ist and bomes eker's dollar .and "We expect to have guest speakers .

close second was Taylor County our Independence Day and Stephen come and enjoy an evening of good that is something it will pay us to from time to time who will
Foster's Birthday. singing with us. keep in mind. i deal with specialized areas In the
with 5,87.200 seedling trees; Bay I l I
followed with 5.634,700: Walton :t I THE AMERICAN WAY J J ---I ISAD' field, said Gabard.
i Featuring guest lecturers, semin
4.809,340; Hamilton 4,277,544;
fHms and directed
Jackson 3,614,750; Nassau, 3.285- i nar-type discussions
00. WACO lLGAZIlWOO' ACCIDENT & LIFE CO. Independent reading .the

Of the seedlings planted statewide I five-hour course is designed to

93 percent were slash pine. Social welfare measures are always surroundedby offered by King-Anderon bill involves a quarter 'study methods by which the com

An average 680 pine .seedlings ,will an atmosphere of emotion and self-interest. When o f one' percent Increase in social security taxes for munity can be made aware of the

fully plant one acre. Total 'seed peopleartemotionally arrousedV: it Is difficult to get employees and employers plus an ncrease in the tax need for InsrruetkHi on Americardsrn -

lings:.planted statewide during the: them to face;up to the facts. This.is particularly true base from 4.800 to 5200. versus cornrttuntem.

1962-$3 season were 84681885.; when the proponents of a proposal refuse to debate. 'We will attempt to put the
This Amounts' to 18 increase irt thetax.. conflice Into perspective to
a percent whole
Since a reforestation programwas the issue on its merits and resort to the purely
launched in Florida in 1928 emotional appeal. .With the social security tax increase that became afford a more mature understanding -

by the Florida Forest Service near- Just recently Nelson Cruikshank, Director of f effective January 1. 1963, plus the proposed healthcare of the Est West crisis "expaKn

I ly one and one-half billion seedlings w the AFL-CIO Social Security Department charac- increase employees and employers would be ed Gabard.

have been planted on more terized the King-Anderson biD as "the best b rgain'working .payinfc 40" percent more taxes than they paid In Total cost of the five-hour course
1961..With, the further will be H & For
automatic increases already for day students $
than two million acres. Most plant people can get/ This Is what he Wanted his
ing is done by'priivate landowners hearers to think. But there was no factual information enacted into law they would be paying 76 percent boarding students those 8vf g in
more taxes by 1968. the dormitory while attendee the
desiring profitable return but submitted to support the assertion. '
many seedUngs have -been plantedon Undoubtedly for the 18 million persons who will Is it any wonder that forward-thinking Americans institute, the cost will be $99.00.

State and Federally owned land. be 65 years of age in 1963 and woo were the bill to are coming to consider social security a bad Application for admission must

With 8JOOO.OOO Florida Woodlandacres be passed would be passed, would be entitled to bargain Is it any wonder that today's younger beinade prior to JulyL

still in need of reforestation. I ,benefit, it would be a great bargain. They would people are beginning to realize :that they have been
foresters and state nurserymen feel .have contributed not one cent in taxes for these shortchanged! .

their job has hardly begun.: ,I .benefits' and over the years could be '''expected to The young person whp' today enters, upon employment 1 DISPlAY YOUR FlAG

The pulp and paper industry is r receive on the/ rder of 35 billions of dollars in hospital covered by ;-social security will, with his \

the largest user of pine trees in! .,.J1IJt'Sing."bom and dianostic! medical pay- employer pay$ 1.70 In social security taxes for

the South and has grownsteadily I I st ments. But. if this is a bargain lor this, group of and..this without the addition of social security health 1 I I

Curing the last 30 years I I, older people what is it for the millions of workers every'3} benefit that he"may ever" hopE to receive;

In recent years' nearly! h 1( tIteiadpnod who over the years will have to pay the bull -It Is benefits'.for the aged

used by Florida,mffls has i the working man who will have to pick up the cost of Tbinldiig people would do jjvt-H to consider the

been Imported from out) of state.!I this 35 bfflioa-doHar. Jiandout. At the same time, he warning of Senator Harry fa Byrd. Chairman of the

With new uses for wood ,and in must pay for hiso'J health care and contribute Senate Finance Committee who said: tam opposed -

creasing population .c rr nt..pre-: i t enough in rising taxes to keep the social curity to compulsory medical'service and hospital-

dictions are that.-the plaattag'rate I system functioning. He will have to make up the 325 zation under the social security system. I am convinced -

must be stepped 'up unless we are I hulion-dollar deficit between the resources of the this would lead to socialized medicine with I OH THE

to face a shortage cfwood befer'ej social security system and the valueof.tb benefits the possibility that It-would bankrupt the social sec- FOUtTH oFj WYI
the year 2,060. ) \- ...... "- to which people are already eraitle& he"bargain": ctHity, trust fund.:. ,,<,<.:' :. ,:;.._ I ** i

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.I ii't' IJj I i gymnasium..*It'read: .5 ;..: {promise. If I'ii'goio Ct tne big Teague.tfie .Jnotfring' but : -
m i criticism at home aadjdirty -Sat. June 23. He Is stationed home ,
baalgame, .'t"a.-: ...atNuranbeftgaaT I I m U of !irat!! ecr"imber.
W t .. .. '. N'TN'T Faun.lirr .,j riE l.t9tl z i ista";! : die "ltr.txY has made:(iI Feel digs. to outsiders t _he or she .has'another.yeartherbsHe4safJheotln w Th .; '

) t i: I jt THELINE;"f"/ri!'*HARD"*.'.'-*i'Iancr ..' .:!",,:". wary wary enough.of many "'" .-il'1-1 hrNlKtl V '\ ]V than,that.ecame cougarialcotripurrye :t 3ifea'of-*sigfetsee\ng $rxt' Ii;....MUk lq iuite:;a bit. .:i ; .':'_ S _< ic 3

f' !}. : "Page"JL_'1'. sss ,.. less resigned or joyless hird? n'''his hssi. thentot. !. : )I I Fly your flag on the 4th. ;
}f 4 ':;'''' d 'Mrs. Albert ppeect ._ .' II. f'tearer. : .'- .. .. I, ,,, JA'I
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rJ.O''J l\ : don't bl .t.' & '
.lrie the
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t. ., ;fo. spend-the of :July.in Ifiram.Vamv Mitchell is a lucky : Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wood and
:/ : J. 't S ttJ. I Charlestotf :jCT}br a'visitvitjy; ; bc'FFg'has! : tW frames-:twa-betsof ,J amen or the man about; ':toy'ter.\ Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kennedy went |I I! vacationing'Wa Sf..
J tb : Dr.' 1 Look to D. C.. In are : : ore .
I Mr. Page's""b ssOnny'W" parents aDd Mrsl] Mitchell close home. This sounds like up Washington air :|:down at Fort Pierce
.. J Carl tin Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.A J Dorothy Dix. the month to greet the little granddaughter |[i. .-
-J >Sonny is in the radio business L. Denton in Jasper. Hiram's Praise is a beautifier Elizabeth Ellis born-
""rVqieH,... ",...3Y.2-495I : . Mr. and Mrs. Griffin has as J
1I 1 and Carl deals in antiques at :Mt. birthday was May 18 and he didn'tget I .. June 5, daughter of Ensign U. S.
{Pleasant a surburb of Charleston. to come to Jasper until early Tlli' leading causes of death Navy Waldo and Ricld Kennedy. j their house guest Mrs. Louise ->j I
I The Sunday School. lesson had to -1W.. Borebm'i bob "The I .June. For his birthday Mr and came in this order Heart di- '- The father was in Washington Huggins of Orlando..5 .
do with praise and the attitudesin luggage of Life tells of two ministers I The W. H. Bealls of Andalusia i,;Mrs.I: Denton took him for a trip to ; sease, cancer, stroke, accidents few ,
only a days, before he was on i of :Mr and Mrs.
prayer. Paslm 95 "O come let us away, front.r.*qieir> churcheswho I Ala. have many friends in Jasper j'j I Silver Springs and for his gift-a I(disease of early infancy, influenza maneuvers to: the Carribean. I Recent guests Mr. and Mrs.
I worship and bow down. let us took communion and set a'who will be interested in the birth,Ii plenty, of spending.money. And the |t pneumonia hardening of the arm I Jesse Wood were
kneel before ; '1'curious thing about it is the Den- ': Mr. and Mrs Kennedy flew .Jones and Mr.:Doyle Thomas.
the Lord our maker"The place for the Lord- jof i their granddaughter Terri iteries i and other ,
circulatory diseases home in
She had
the private plane. {
had fun Hiram
discussion was free. But canv.e io'1' ,Are there daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry tons as much as | diabetics
i and sucide. gone up to Washington in the :Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Willis celebrated
Vann. card i
Thoughts hastened ,back to early'days rio Back tnO\-e6'1 cites to the Harper. |I :I I 55
I with Mrs. C. H. Hunter.
In the little first church we Book of.Joel-'whenrthe land was The BeaUs lived here in the 5 I|II Ken Malpas arrived home from .. Fathers Day, in Hawkins-
knew-where over the pulpit was p'Iaguedith locusts=:'Tear' not 0 early 1930's.< He reopened the bank Mr. and Mrs. DeShazo and son ,Germany June 1st and is leaving Sally and Benji Kennedy were (Continued un Page 3)WWWIAIWWV)
painted "0 after the closure. Steve stopped over night last week I
worship the Lord In Land be depression
.... .. i" ..-.the.Beaut. '.n.f'loliness." ._"',!s1t..IDll; glad g and'rejoicQ: for the ... i ..Uf. ,i,enmute'to Ta.llahisse. re Steve '''-''- .... ,- -- -. ,....... -,- _.- -- -- ......-..._ ." _y...-.l
Our own young i i rJmeelii\i" store to' you1''the .ears',the locust I charge my' mistakes up.to Ed- .en'erefl: if fiist'trimfer'at"i'SV.
at prayer time-as all the other hath eaten."' '. 'f r.I ucation Education $10.00 $2.00:; .
!believers did. And the little chil- .But we mr g, our It adds up too. "I say I'll never j I II i Little Miss Lisa Ann Courtoy, se'
dren fcn: ltals<3:Cod;; was great=we. I make that mistake again and I1 j j;5 years old in September has been w =rsioUR MILK 1,
were weak. TJiis'was frontier 1an&1the ]I ''turn around and make another just i i:visiting her grandparents Mr. and I
enemy was on every side. FronrHSomebooy's'"Boy 1 'as stupid Mrs. C. Courtoy. the past week. I; !
Someone in the class recalled two OFT. TIIKr OJJD{BLOCK i 5,55 j The Charles Cburtoy's you know I 'A FULL DAYFRESHER
ministers with their open Bible dis- Not 10fevago&&* heard Theodore '1 You wonder "howcome" I have live in Lakeland where Charles I I
cussing a passage--tears streamIng -. : 'so much common sense? I learned 1 has organized a church and is on
Roosevelt, Jr. speaks at a'meeting
from their eyes-their faces 6f 1 workers. it by hard experience. I:as the process of building: It is DRIVE-IN STORES
Boys -
; aglow ". )I He is a medjusibized Clijb man.One We were going to Kiwanis International known as the Crystal Lake Methodist .--.1- .
Amen L'fram the amen corner of would be'Jlempted to call out in Denver The I Church. He and'wife Mitty; are On u. S. 41 -, ,t' : 'JASPER Sara Lashley 14TNEW' .
j the church. Praise the Lord! from him "dapper"vf almostJ .;oRe dar.ed to call T. D. Fickers and us. :My special happy in their work. They have ,l. ,- ,
the benches. .. dress was a brown roshanara crepe j two 'little girls.
i the son of Tedfly/a hapfe like thatBut <
But that and sta'fted..io -to be made of course. It was be- : STORE
was fifty HOURS NOW
years when l talk he -
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more ago. seemed' to get ;lleri\t fore the day of lovely ready mades. j ji Miss Mary Ann Courtoy is spending
Is it a wonder that we miss the He had theSypical Rooseveltian, I i A newcomer to our neighborhood r her summer down in Lakeland
reverance when we enter the grin. That is h -grinned with his ;acquired the reputation of dress j j with a perfectly, good secretariatjob. 7 Per Week
church?. Is it a wonder that public''mouth and teeJJvbut, his Wes dar-1['making with real style" That was j She and 3 college mates had a Open: Days
reading of the Bible and prayerin ed to get !'funtiyX\J t $.?&! 'for me! It was a mess-the dress I 1 trip to Nassau soon after school
our schools is in question? I Teddy Junior said he cUon't know mean. I got it at noon the day i': closed: and .before they started "
8:0($ to 8:00
Is the enemy so close? Shall.we exactly"what the Boys Club Feder- left. I had to buy extra material. summer work. : a.m. : p.m.
surrender? atim was,.but-he presumed it had,She had hemmed the short sleeves '( Mary Ann returns to Ft S. U. in ,' ,'. .
Has material success made us sortxething to-do-wkh games and :with black cotton thread. September.
I secure? I spdrts... ;* ; '4 >My mother knew but made no II *
I \ "We must get back to our bases I) Then he told about the gynasiumhis j comment The husband never knew About million dollars were .
: -back to" our beginning again" father had trained 1iis boys in. 'I saw to that. But amid all the I spent" in the state the past year ILX9BQY'YQUR]
\ back to our I knees and reverance I ,He told them ""oftiieTnotto their,glammour of the Denver entertainment moved in dredging and ditching to :
J' for things above. (our knees are father had selected ,for: them. It!, one young woman was control breeding places and cover
\ tender from lack of use.) was paired 'across ooe. ,end of the i saying under her breath: Tuition I garbage dumps would. fill 8-25
each 'block
--------_._- .. I II i$10.00 that is what I paid the dress 'story buflding a square.
.., i I The fogging machines traveled a
i SUMMER I Even the convention did. not I distance equal to 153 trips around .
I the world
; Save 24c Gallon!
I :wholly make up for-the chagrin of a
'having been cheated Over 3,000 miles of shoreline
21-inch; Picture Tube I
$21' >4..95 The main social event of the grasses were sprayed with ddt to .
Installed In Your TV Set week was an afternoon "tea" or control dog flies: -State Health >
'' 'with one year warranty.! -- :a :': festival the time in of Cheesoman those gorgeous Park.peonies It was Department report. p-)....- New: New! New! New'!

17-INCH PICTURE TUBE ONLY $2t95; i -refreshments were served under I There hare been; ten nice new '. i" ..
L 'COMPLETE SERVICE"ON AUM'AKES'Manning colorful parasols. It was wonderful. marble slate put down in the io'" '' I .
We came back by Chicago; -andI Patterson Tot at Evergreen. The : .
s Radio/Service -had my first hair cut at Mar- old headstones are,being used. A IPE t'ntnu
J Jasper' i :T releppo t4 21 I Ii. J I I shall Td most Fields.forgotten,the 30 minute j j jI i doing nearby the monument work."- .company was PRODUCTS .

(i., ...- ..... ., i I dash thru the Art Museum com j(,,, Be assured if''a companion gets, ,IUL UIlLnifl '
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I i IF YOU KNEW WHAT I 6 DeliciOll$: Butter Pecan, Cherry Burgundy, Vanilla;
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., THIS "CAR KILLER" KNOWS..YQt'D! : ) BE DRIVING A SOLID, SILENT SUPER TORQUE FORD Flavors banana Split, Chocolate! Strawberry

.This steel-edged pothole is probably the wotldVtdughest test Look at Ford's astounding record in open competition this I ,

of a car's suspension. drive into this car-IuUefat 1 :A 30 mph year in the grueling Daytona, Riverside, and AtianU SCO's, the FOR HOT WEATHER REFRESHMENTS, FOR Old Fashioned

.- locking our brakes as we go so the whee( ;'c3,rft'toll through World 600 at Charlotte, N.G, and in the demanding Pure Oil I PICNIC OR HOME Buttermilk

:; the hole as they normally! woulcLThejar.sla ;gainst the far Performance T als.Only a car with total performancethe best .

i. edge of the hole with such impact thaf.fl teraWfcounds out combination of strength, balance precision control'and[ road- LEMONADE in glass bottles :.., ,
.;- If you.'add d up the cumulative effect'of"thSJars and jolts clinging suspension-could roll up so many'winsJai I'' -' : .' l.l 72 gal _____ 32c. .., ,
: your car's 'suspension system exp.erienRsJJn, years pf normal Before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, silent Super : ar; -- .
driving wouldn't match the impact of one.trll through? \ the hole. Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one t lately,you can't: really I: GRAPE: ;::::ORANGE'

Yet-a Ford must run this test three timeftcOpr rp VSit!strength. know what a new Ford is like.Make, this important discovery:if : ... .. : ; ;:, Chocolate milk .

f How tan a Ford take it? Because Ford's frolftM nsion hast if built by,Ford,ifs built for performance.total! !performance. J: In Glass, _f 39 IC

extra beef in spindles, springs suspension arms f Irt fact it's !1 I FULL GALLON:, : : : DRINK glass bot. ..

about 20 pounds heavier.than the front. !, suspension_ of our .
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: We don't expect you to abuse: your car the way we do our test 'Fd aras THE SYitsotcr> M.-= .0:.
: ... .... We offer to ckwcke and q"orpnJZatiOJ1S".I Cream and Sherbet ,
;yf,cars.But Wever'you drive, youTM'1 welcome the extra strength >CgPCSAHXHCCUCTSgMotor ? .
& of a tout performance' ForjLford. strength is tested In a thousand CliCfJ t 'R' i. : r_ : m 2l/z galoa- ceataiaers; ,Ak .our salesgirls about'this item.iREMEMjBER.,7 .
"ways t In Fdrd'rlaboratories and:proving ground ajid Jn.operf '" ..0F' # hotly. ;avert----- .' ':: : '- '

"J:.. competition in the world toughest rallies and stt>tfuJ''' events -- .sa" ,, : ; : ; -.. ..J.r, ."'.., }. ; .

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Korea and expected home In October Macedonia is one of the old his-I

;; -- -I II i toric churches In this part: of the Hog Chpkra Jasper Senior.,. I: .
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I state. :
: L'1 r @t.RSIljj 3'Cnlitinued '$ i ..- t d : ',:; ..".., ." 'oij .J- { 1: J ,} 'I : .ra(lj !iM1 r COIJmt.- Superlative r\, :: : )?; .',.' "ride -.'' .. \ ,,

L.biri.. ? t'\(;>ilneraare; :i:3'oder'.a.cottan::flag-3x41trom Formed:: J.l '- ,' 1 ( i *"> i ..Y 11 F
tr____ ."'- '';''' ';/hbm thist week j from 24"w'eek.vat Ja 3onvi14ihopingttc'tawc it 'byJltlyc99jh t : i i Senior Super'tirese i ; ; ,-a''t, 1. r. F1ona

.. .. cation in "El Pjisd Texas,.visiting" \ ....": '.- .... ,. :!!::'JJ>';' before school: ended by:the .T $ly an Advance ,,r
\ Srnn pasa 2) JMrs. Frank (EtiiejLP.erry.; i !.s s. .to :"7..A. ; ,' f f\ .I- Committee,composed 'of WalterPodge Seniors Asst' One,boy;and ( 4OQ: Outside ; )
ha'y: ," I : *"*" Miss'Thebna. : Lewis is remarkably Roy iJlar,' Joe .llotWe iII are, voted, fopacb-serl. : RQ! until
ville,at the. home of Mr .and Mrs p ,-Marvin f' Powell'and" Redge- Perry, improved: in health and her many,Pete fleas, Dr. Wflliam .Ky land:: Herre'the; superlatives ) :;;. $1.00 Minimuni

:Morgan'Lancaster.. AH the children :..Knoxville Teen. and classmates I friends rejoice. I tRance Andrews' has been appointed class of 1963: 2-6331

were present. Retumingi they,at Georgia Tech who have ,been .a to work with the educational end Most Intellectual: Virginia '

spent,the night with another daughter [doing an assignment In Albany, Mr" and Mrs. M. L. Powell and of Hog Cholera eradication.As ,ery and Bo Bembry. Editors and Publishers,
and family :Mr. and Mrs. Dou-spent the weekend with Professor! Judy spent Father's Day in Macon of September 1. 1963 swine Moth Athletic: Jan David
( glas Ivey of 'Quitman. :and Mrs. M. L Powell. with Mrs.' .Powells father Mr. L. P. moved farm to farm within the ny Peterson. ] VERA BURNS

s f -- Smith. state or through"stockyards and Best Looking: Bobbie J. Vera Bums (colored) passed away

Mrs. Edna Nesmith is et home 1 j Mrs. George Smith (Dot) is putting -> ssss livesstock.'jmarkets. back to farm John H. Lewis: _, Sunday. June 23, at Detroit. Michi
.:: nowfter. weeks,at the Legislature. her nice old'brick home in! .: -HollyetlllTied,;with them' must show evidencebf vaccination Wittiest: Rusty Fell and : gan. She Was born and raised in

.'j Her. ,guests. early.in the week front of the post.office into ship I
I were :Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Ives{ shape. Already the woodwork hasJ fpr,a week., prior to movement MostIJkely to Succeed: B | : She is survived by three brothers

J of Atlanta-Mrs.Ives is a sister-in- been painted. The piazza, which I t i "The new regulations" are part and Susan Levin Mathis of Jasper G. T.

law of' Edna. goes half around the house is all 1I ] !, Mrs. M. L. PaweD and Miss Marian jof the State Hog Cholera Eradication Best Figure and Physique!: : of Leesburg, James Mattus
I .S s i painted comfortably ..- chairs are Worley plan to attend a music ( program fcfiich went into Jean Hayes and Jimmy McDonough Ga. one sister,
i And still the vacant lot to'the round about-pots of lov+efy calar- workshop in Jacksonville Friday.'effect February X under the Friendliest: Ann Taylor Dickerson of Jasper.
left at Evergreen as you enter, is hims grace the;corners. It ,is even Georgianne Casaway formerly''rection of Division of Animal di-I lory Daniels. Funeral will be in Detroit Wednesday

uncleaned. It wouldn't take very now a .most inviting* place She Pjeryisor.of' Music at the -jdustry i Florida swine industry inI .Most Courteous: Susan \ I .
long to clear it up Volunteer workers -j,I rents'"rooms td tourists or home !sity of Tulsa Oklahoma will be I I I cooperation with the national move Rusty Fennell Mamie Dickerson. colored
might even do it. I I i I folks and is a charming little woman 'instructor for that session. ment to eradicate bog cholera. The Best All 'Round: Mary
,*, {i for such a business. age"music and? methods will Teen-I I swine industry in l Hamilton County Hal Holton

Mr. and/Mrs. Elmer.Hancock of i cussed. is trying to vaccinate all hog before Best Dressed: Susan Levin
Tampa spent the weekend with the The "End of th'"e year" meetingsof i i.I.September 1. -- I Lewis.
parents Mr and Mrs. F. M. Han- the Jasper Garden Club was at' In Readers Digest June "In- ; 2
1 Swine Cutest Boy and Girl: Ann
through stock-
Hickory Bottom farm this thurs- dianapolis says no to Federal AidT' :
cock.Mrs.. Frank Hancock (Madeline) ,day. This has become a custom] might ,give us an idea too. yards and liwesstock markets Rusty Fennell .
i . which have not been treated a- Most Dependable: Carolyn Locations
of Palatka is spending the week and a pleasant one at that-The j
'( Hancock is Mrs Ponce Sandlin I gainst hog cholera at least 21 days Steve Lamb.ATIENDING.
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank hospitality at Hickory Bottom and Mrs.
of Jasper. [traditional. {,Graham Black attended luncheon prior may'! be sold only for immed) 903 N. Ashley St.

sss I I! sss i with a group of friends. The ladies j late slaughter to recognized slaugh- 4-H i"'o DRIVE-IN SERVICE
I The nursery" of the First Baptist ; Thomas and Gerry Lewis of Jacksonville i j met at the home of Mrs. Van H.I"tering establishments approved by SHORT COURSE I CH 2-2011

Church is in need of a baby spent the weekend with Priest. and went from there to the the division. I '
t! More than 400 boys
( bed-either as a gift or. at a rea- the mother Mrs. W. A. Lewis. I lUncneorv* 't. J r Pigs under: eight weeks of age, I the 4-H Club Short are Course 1049 Cypress St.

,l sonable price. So if you have one Mrs. Evelyn Graham and daughter sss j nursing officially vaccinated sows, week on the University of CH 2-3760
stored away( and wish to part withit Betty Sue spent Wednesdaywith i! Ca:-'ain an3 Mrs. Lonnie (Billy) ,may be moved without: evidence of The theme of the
phone the church or Mrs. W. Mrs. M. A. Lewis. from Fort Bennint 'visited I vaccination. 'Upon arrival at their I campus J
short is
lang 4-H:
fBhran. course
W. Wetherington or ,me. s #sitii :ther Mrs. Harbuc'c last I(ultimate destination these unvac-'Leaders t in Action." I

t sss Mrs. Virgil Lewis (Betty) and!Saturday niteon their way ,to buY'I cinated pigs must be isolated from I.I The 4-Hers QUALITY
I George Sapp spent the weekend)}young daughter Ann stopped by I J a I)home. Captain: Bryan will complete all other swine- for a period of 30 by Florida Agricultural are;

in Douglas with his fiancee. The : Tuesday for a brief visit. They his time with the Army the days before being added to that specialists in 14 areas PRICE

marriage of this young couple has ; were enroute to Brevard N. C.I last of July and will be teaching at herd. I I I from forestry and dairying ,
been announced for mid-summer. where Ann will ,join the summer I the,Univers y ji Gainesville next It is estimated that hog cholera'f SERVICE
ricultural engineering and
}camp group. Ana Is,ten years old. ',term: :/t; \i costs the swine industry about 40-1 I
Mrs. Bill Aumond (Babs Burn- .u._.. I /. '/ .* million dallors annually, or approximately '(I ving Doyle Conner resources.

t ham) was here Thursday &: Friday : The W. S* C. S. of Jasper Methodist A fcard fi'London I ] 45 cents for each pig agriculture, will address the
'last week, on short vacation from will honor the new pastor and flowers are beautiful marketed. In addition, a number of BOTH LOCATIONS
the "Value and
the Welcome Station near Hilliard i family Rev. and Mrs. Norman 'I I| ;,*peclalJy the ruses Her foreign countries that are cholera boys on
No. 1 and SOL. Husband Bill Mast*Booth and young"daughter t Dana, at husband' says'she will be home free restrict or prohibit importation of continuing Education ; I
include university each lOc
ter ,Sergeant in U. S. Army is inj I a reception Sunday evening June gulp 6. of pork from the United States. speakers I -_
II tarlees Dr. J. Wayne Reitz
I 30 after ,the church: service. The I ; ---r-: Cholera has been eradicated in j Shutter_$70.10
Dr. E. T. York, Jr.
"' dent,
reception..wTloe in _the Educa- Canada. Through th program of f 416.95
New Antennas ti'Onabunij! ( }The church mem 'LegaI'Advs. . "not living with hog cholera", developed for agriculture' student body.and president Paul : $ 1.95
drick \
bershipviu' oe there'and welcomeall around 1910. they have o
_. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S former 4-H Club boy. from $ 3.95
With 30ft Pole frlen ton County. .
s HAMILTON COUNTY.. with only several outbreaks during $ 4.45

installed' Mr. and Mrs; Wayman Bryan FLORIDA SITTING IN PROBATE the period 1347-1962. ,Each of these The short the state course public also ". $ 3.35
and daughters Mary Alice and IV REt K. .t* of outbreaks was believed to have passes (
MARY P. RILEY Deceased, contest and the tractor
Laura .ee'of Raleigh N. C. have originated from importation of U. I
$25.00 TO ALL PERSONS AND CREDITORS State 4-H, officers will be $ 5.75
S. Pork .
been recent guests of Mrs. Addle HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
SAID KSTATJS: Let's all, hands and eradi- at the short course, and state
Bass T. V. Shop Mall and Mrs?-Mamie: Bradshawin You'am4?each of you are hereby join cil delegates win plan the 4-H i AVE WITH
Jennings. / i notified and to present any cate this menace torour swine in I
\ a ,. claims and demands which you. or dustry. For further/ information I gram for the coming year.
Phone ;, Miss either, of you. may have against the Those attending from t '
Mrs; \MaudeHavener and this I Inc.
: estate'of MARY P. RILEY. deceased program see one re'j'j !
Inez McCall attended the Touch- county are:
late of said County to the. County the members of his committee. I *
792-6565 I ton reunion SundaJune- 23 at Judge of Hamilton County; Florida trict Secretary of the 4-H I'
at his officer! in the Court house off "
Council I
H I Dennis Smith,
Macedonia church: near 'Mayday. aid County at Jasper Florida, t '!i : r
i within six calendar month from' the I FLY YOUR FLAG ON THE and Bill ,Butler President: '
time of the first publication i.rthis- j :;. FOURTH OF JUCY J r running ji-HCltil&? K-
.<, : "otlc.Each claim or demand must
I Ji! ; be k in writing, and state the place of t _...: _. ._ ._ ... .. .... .. .. ,,,.
residence and PORt Office address of -..-__ _*-*..? .-.....:-_. '?? _- -------V' .:-.-.-.Y'.v.-,,,,""""" ."'_-":-_ ..J7I'.r.-. V.-.otIt#
Notice is hereby given that-a.'J2:00()( noon.. on the 1st day::of July., the blaiment,, and 'sworn to by the I N.Y ..- "
A.D."1963. at the city hall in the 'City of Jaspet, Hamilton County, claiment. his agent or attorney, and .
claim not so filed shall be void.
Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described' any George P. Riley.
lands to pay the amount due for taxes, herein set opposite the same Executor of the last will
together with the interest"and: all costs of _such sale and advertising l ? Riley and ,testament deceased of Mary' P. 4t1e

NAME OF TAXPAYER or OWNER 1962 TAXES'DUE First Publication June 28th. 1963 oJJuItJt
lAng'sSurvey .June 2*. July 1...:U, 19 1963
NORMAN DOUGLAS-Part of Lot No. 5, Block 129,

Section 5, Twp. IN, Range 14E ............;. $ 3.00.()() IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
LESTER HURST Lots numbered 3, 4, 5. and 6, Block"9, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. HAM. .t
Caldwell's Survey, Section 6, Twp. IN, Range 14E ... 9.00 ILTON CHANCERY COUNTY. FLORIDAIN tg

GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. Part of Block A. Caldwell's MARY A. WYKOFF" Plaintiff e .

Survey Section 6, Twp. IN, Range 14E ......:....... 42.00. RLND f i.VS.F. TVYKOFF.-.,-Defeadaat--tr.._ .

i STEVE SMITH JR. AND WIFE Part of Block A, Cald. IV'THR T"i"o'.F.ttNf., ,BY THE AC-

well's Survey, Section 6, ?t+'P. IN, Range 14E ....... 73.50 FLORID STATE OP

June 7,14, 21, 28 LILLIAN L. BEMBRY TO: HARLAND. WYKOFF. Who Everything For A
City Tax Collector City. of Jasper, Florida residence and address Is unknown.A d" -
bill of .
sworn complaint having .
been filed in _this Court against you i : r Bang-up Fourth at Eagle's
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the relief therein sought being dl J 'f" ,
DIRECTVf ON vorce 'and other relief you are required (
me OCEAN Daytona Beach RCIIA or before to July answer 5 1963 said furnishing complaint to on C. -/j '- I < BEACH TOWELS'RoomyThint \ .

Avriett... Jasper.Florida Plaintiff's \
; Largest and Finest Heated Pool Color TV&lounge Attorney a copy thereof else decree : };;-Gay Colors and design.MEN'S *
Golf Restaurant Cocktail Plannd'Ent.ftolmNnt pro conxesso will be entered againstWlCn
Free Lounge
1o .... /l you'll need Several. ti yr't .
Deluxe Room and Efficiencies "
my hand andthe official -
\ ... seat ofnhis Court at Jasper Florida D i' .L..J.
'f Efficiencies from $63 per wk.. .- ,.:;:- this i 4th17totJ A. D. 1963. x ,' at only .. ._., --- 1.98 2.98BEACHBraTonly.
Bedrooms from.$60 per wk. Thelma, Lewis SWIM ::::: .:;: :
Clerk of Circuit Court of
s..your Travel Agent, orwrlt., .M' Hamilton County t
\, .._.._ _...__. $1.00
...rl. .... ROBERT CORDES,1J r. By Alice Jones D. C. { -

I Cl Phone 2-0431 Jasper C. A. Arriett Florida' TRUNKS __ BEACH HATS _________I_____________ 1.98
June 7. U. 21. 2SJaly S, ._ ,
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;. : : _. Friday June 28 196J
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I I I. ;.. ; You And Your "School f . .1 FESTIVITIES OF S Quinteen fleas. end family. -Mn.i :. FILE 4 GUIDES

1 I IJ JENNINGS SENHORS Action To Allow 1 By LOIS ZIPPEREK I Mrs. Homer Sullivan* of Jack rfA to -X'
M L. l' we1L Schools '
) by Principal Jasper "
Prayer In Sefcboli I Never attempt to bear more. than sonvUle 4s spending several days ... THE JASPER NEWS
after graduation
J recent, the JI |I :Immediately one-kind of trouble at Some r.t this
Since the decision of shall'very likely never recommend W. DeVane i I i, once. week with Homer's parents
I Supreme Court of the United States j I the dismissal of a.teacher'fof.the l entertained Principal and Mrs.Seniors J. 'with a lovely I Congressman Don Fuqua -i lashed j,people bear three kinds: AU they :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan FLY TOUR FLAG ON" THE
in which" the required reading of 'failure, to do this, for, a teacher j reception in the gymnasium. out sharply at the Supreme Court: ''Have had; aH they have now, and I .
the' Bible and a required public: failing) do'this,other grounds for the of the House Of j all they expect fo have. I. SWUUL .
; ;[today on floor -------------------------
prayer in public schools were declared dismissal might well be explored. I Mr.. DeVane Mrs. Havener Mrs. +i'Representatives I for its decision for Edward Everett Hale i

,J to be unconstitutional, sever I. Let', go back and look at this Gay and' the Seniors formed to the the .bidding simple devotionals in pubic '* I
\ al people have asked what wouldbe word "required" again. If the receiving line in the entrance 1! schools of this nation. Lola Mae Zipperer and son STUMP BROS.
the status of gymnasium. Mrs. Gay and Mrs. for,Randal of Starke spent last week
schools and the class room teachers because He called m the Congress
.'I ', this matter in of Florida and the other Havener were honored passage of House Joint Resolution|grandpar-ents';
m..-. \. our schools ofT (states of the Union were reading they are retiring. J 179 which he had introduced on Mr. and Mrs. Broward Bryan

\ Jasper when.the Bible and saying prayers simply inside The refreshment the doorway table to the was main just I January 24 which would amend I!and Mr. and Mrs.. .Bert. Zipperer. 300 South Patterson, Valdosta, Georgia

4 f.,school opens for As, and only because it was a legal floor of the gymnasium Mrs. De- the constitution to permit the offer-i I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shiver and
the fall term. 'requirement then this activity was prayers and the reading of
of ,
serving by jing children of Palatka
aY [far as we are con I Vane was assisted spent Thursday
nothing[ than sounding brass schools in the
more the Bible in public
teemed the status But such Mrs. Addie McCalL The table: was J night and Friday with their parents I
tinkling cymbal. United States.
i |will be unchanged -land'a[ very attractive with lovely summer { and grandparentts :Mr. and Mrs.
we do not think was the case. 1 told the members of the Shiver. Mr
bowl Isaac
1 and we will flowers around the punch Fuqua and :Mrs. Shiver
i We beleive that the vast majority House that a number of television'and family mere returning from I
i I
continue to operate -of teachers in the class rooms of. After the reception there was a
newscasters on the evening of the North Carolina where had
as we always and fun time for everyone. they I II
and dedicated {game
America men women
are members' of
( decision, said that on vacation.
I have until forbidden to do so by and consecrated to the full;I Planned entertainment was enjoyed ,raised I
the Congress had not a
some local level of higher authority until midnight
'! than we. To us this whole matter and complete who comes development within our of every care j Then Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Deas, sharp cry of protest as in,the New I' Shiela Alderman and Cathy Shad
hinges on the single word "requir have in I Mr. and Mrs. James Deas, Mr. and York case in 1962. Fuqua told the rick spent last week in Deland
this they
tin development
members that "'I for one proudly with them uncle and QUALITY FIRST-
aunt Harlon
ed. To it the
us seems that Supreme -mind the mental., the physical the|:Mrs. Ben Bates entertained the 'land
I Court saying in effect f raise my voice in protest. Mary :Martha Lambert. There
was wonderful break-
moral and the Seniors with a f I
social, and the
: that no state County or City Boardof {spiritual development of the child fast at 1:00 This was given at the Fuqua told the members. ." (grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph BuiLT IN OVEN AND ,
Public Instruction could require home of Mr. and Mrs S. M. this is a very real challenge for us ;:Cunningham went down Saturday 192.36
'I that the class room teachers in its ,We believe that these teachers to are the Deas. The breakfast table was today as members of the Congress 'to bring them home. COOK TOP, Westinghouse' . .
dedicated and consecrated '
Lefs the move here and .
I system to read or have read the preservation of the religious principles most attractive with a white cutwork FAN, 36-inch,
j now to this constitutional Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alderman .
Bible or to pray or to have prayer of the founding fathers of.f tablecloth.and a gorgeous ar-{amendment pass and then? let the people of Tampa spent the weekend with With Shutter . . . . 7.00
said in the respective class of pink and white ros-
rooms. nation who had an rangement
I this great these'' United States through the their Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon ATTIC
jof parents STAIRWAY
f Even in school shall in all These
our we abounding faith in an Almighty es formed the centerpiece. i
likelhood not specicially require thd .|God.: There was no solace or comfort -''are the class colors and they were ;due process of law the have subject the opportunity --Alderman. . I Atlas . : . . . . 18.00I
I teachers do this but we shall very I for the athesist in the national also used in the napkins and the to speak on DOOR :
,gious freedom must be protected Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Culbreth MAHOGANY '
strongly recommend that this be .life then and there should be none dishes. ,
I done on a voluntarily basis. We ;{,now. Surely, it's the tragic freedom The menu was fried ham. scram- i but jpression, this and decision it was is never religious intended op- sonville and children. spending were up the from weekend Jack- I ISCREEN 2-0 x 6-8 . . . .,. .'. .;. 4.75

I ., of an individual man to be an bled eggs, toast, fruit juice, jelly that it be thus by the fODders of our I with Mr and Mrs. R. J. Murphy DOOR: ., .

I, I athesist because if he he does so desires is no reason but simply why sweet breakfast buns and fit for coffee a!.king.This wasa The 'land and:"the, framers of the Constitution -"and family and* Mrs.. .Willie Beatty. I 2-8 x 6-8 . . :". . ... ;' 5.99

the vast majority of teachers and crowd really enjoyed this grand: Ella Mae Miller is spending WINDOW SCREEN, Aluminum '
the House that this
/ I school children should be denied Adjourned at i Fuqua told several with friend Marie ,. '
meaL The days )
(the privilege and the right of read- 2:30 for a short group ride and then to ,land was built by a deeply] religious I Williams. Elba Mae s a native of, 28x46PREFINISHED .. .. . .. . .,. .. . .....56I
ling the Bible and praying in their bed to catch a' few winks of sleep. (I people and that he believed this North Carolina and she and Marie PLYWOOD ':' '
I ,J faith had sustahed this nation He
I J(desire. It is our humble and considered to Washington and New York. said that the first amendment to|College in Rome. MAHOGANY . . . : .'. .

S opinion that the matter of :the constitution* provides law that Con. . I BIRCH .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. '.:. 7.25
; the legality of readiing the Bib'leand gressmake no I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Young and '
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establishment of religion or pro .
praying in the school rooms of schools' to require Bible Readingand children of Albany. Ga: and Mr. I

... American should not enter the Prayer in the public schools of I hibiting: the free exercise could thereof.be and Mrs. George Young ..1rand 4x8 SHEET .,._. .-# 1.40
picture from either side_ It should the respective states is just another so that no state religion children of Perry Florida were OAK .
NO. 4
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all. Aemri-
adopted and said that
'I'II be legally required nor shouldit of .:, "
not rights
I.phase of diminishing visiting their parents and grandparents -goe na'
I denied. There are cans! agree.,With this: principle.: Per M . : .
be legally the-v Sovereign" States to govern Mr. and Mrs. George -. : ... .. .
t f4 some'' 'problems. that cannot be I[themselves.. With things going as ,1 "Bnt, 4rsaid the Congressman. Young Sr.'over"the weekend These I FELT 15, Ib. .-, ... ,:,
I "We do not agree that the simple :- ,
legalistic :
procedure .
solved .
through they now are it seem that this matter I :two families along with their :' .
\ The development of moral andspiritualI I i of States Rights will soon be recitation of the'Lord's Prayer and mother attended the Jarman I Per Roll . . . . . AID

); KEEP TOUR values within the hearts, j la thing that has gone with thewindAs :'Constitution.the reading.of'' the Bible violates. the Smith reunion at New Hope church KEY-IN-KNOB : ,< '.. ,
and minds" schoolchildren. =is.one the tone of theCburt Also the
longas Sunday. attending
reunion -
i ;: :; \WEDDING STORY 'of'them.' This"must,beltfffto the I remains as it is'today, with just a : Fuqua reminktedF the Congress Sunday was Mrs. ,Eunice LOCKS . . .... . ... . 4.25'

ALIVE FOREVER I:I'minlstrative'recruitment! leaders procedures of our of the respective ad--I little predict study with and almost judgement unerring one can accuracy -{tin that the.Justice''Stewart New York- case in in his 1362 dissent had. It McCormick has been and"several family years of Miami.since MORTAR MIX .. .. .. ..... .. .. . 1.15

between the. ,covert I schools.. I I| what the decision will be{ that the court. had "missap;Mrs. McCormick has been up and .
of on&ofour. I I We do hot'believe in nor ascribe tonarrow i I in any given case. Cases seem to plied( a great constitutional principle an were glad to see her SINK CABINET
\ minded bigotry in the se- be pre judged rather than being Fuqua ppinted out that s..s COMBINATION. 66-inch steel 90.00
Wedding Albums > school personneL We I (Stewart had their*said that the '
I I'lection of tried on their merits. There seems I question Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Culbreth
\The whole true story always ask a prospective; candidate j I I to be a great (governmental need{ presented bit the case was I visited their mother and sister ALUMINUM AWNING WINDOW:
'- of wedding inIS about his church affiliation .All for taking a close look and making(whether "those: pupils who wish to Mrs. Rosie Culbreth and Margaret'I
color your or in our aped 11J'', other ,qualifications being in order a close study in regards to the "do so may join in a brief prayer fit in Valdosta Sunday. NO. 23, NU-AIR .. ... . . 15.95'f
.. we would give favorable consideration Supreme Court 'It is the least the beginning of. each school day\\". I
fnliJied prfst* ,
I' ,: to ,a candidate be he Catholic, check and balances of any of our. Fuqua said that it was quite a I Mrs. Maggie' Hogan and sIster
made Just of for skilled you by Jew or Protestant. One .thing we major governmental agencies of different thing to say that the I Mrs. Pearl Johnson of Tampa are II IIspending' f See. ,.Us JFor: .All Zour Kuilding NeedsNOTICE
ceo our I '
would demand that he be ,a man our nation. It isr *o more sacred or Constitution1prohibits a child ,who ; 'sometime with their
: candid photographers. faith with a. belief in God. As ofl It free from possible error than, is I may wish to .,recite the 'sPrayer
general .rule we do believe it to'be I the legislative or the executive in the public school simply M KMA.W V M
a good recruitment practice to I branch of the government. It because some other child, who ... r .n 11' I. I IU I
employ,those who come .nearest to I should not necessarily have the last does not !a t'to pray and is ,not .. '
blending in with- a harmonious-at. -atmosphere -I I and'-final words in'matters, law & 1 1i required to. objects. I f;
with'the majority of a|i government.i The Court has done. The Congressman said that in : ;. r. 1
people in a community in: mattersof ''with the Constitution what many' his opinion, the Constitution had I"i Notice is,hereby that the
given Council
City of
social custom and religion. This people have done with the Bible--i been adopted by men and could bechanged' :
does not rule out, the possibility of they have made it mean anything men. He told the members -: the City of Jasper, Florida, will meet as a Board of

one of'the minority faith being em- i that they wanted it to mean and I II that: this is the challenge'' :I Equalization of taxes' at the City Hall in Jasper,
I ployed it he meet other conditions that it seemed to be expedient for which faces them to pass on to i How Florida
.. COOL on Monday evening July 1 1963 7:30
I I at
t tn of employment. it to mean at the moment. It is a the people)of the states a proposed
It seems to us that this matter of I superfluous decision and a stretchof I I..!constitutional amendment that I p.m. for the purpose of considering, discussing;

the Supreme Court denying the the imagination for the Court: to+i I would allow prayer in the public'II I iLLVbu BE hearing complaints and reviewing the tax assessment -
i states the right to require the say that fo rthe states to' reqiure] schools. roll on real and personal] property as prepared
{ the reading of the Bible and pray- [ Fuqua urged the Judiciary Committee = f
-I by the Tax Assessor of
the of
.in the public schools were tanta-j I j of the<< House where the bill City Jasper, Florida
: ,ATTENTION MOTHERS! &i|mount to the establishment. a has been referred to begin holding for the year 1963, and after hearing any complaintsmade

{ ,. religion. j! hearings on this' bill at the earliest ? thereon proceed to revise, where deemed ad-
SPECIAL OFFER possible date. IJd
visable the
;. tOne by City Council, equalize and perfect
I I said tax assessment roll.


JULY 3 f :
Zk LOANSThin City Clerk
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beaut portraits are not '. :r', Federal Land BankASSOCIATION ; is hereby given that the Board of County

,. expensiveNO \ 1 ALL SIZES AT Commissioners of Hamilton County, Florida will

LIVE OAK meet as a Board of Equalizers in the Board of County
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AGE LIMIT 311 I South Ohio Avenue Commissioners Room at Hamilton County Court

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Complete Satisfaction at a.m.
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Q ONLY 1 SPECIAL OFFER PER PERSON EACH .. t timony to the value of any property, real or per-

6 MONTHS UNLESS ADDITIONAL PORTRAITS I I )'St. -' sonal, as fixed by the County Assessor of Taxes, of

,. ARE ORDERED. ,,1 I .. )) Petersburg perfecting, reviewing and equalizing the assessment.

I.p Get your choice of one beautiful 1x14 1 or 8x10 SiIi ... FLORIDASass' thing about it-it's a Board of County Commissioners

i ;K 1 vertone Portrait of any member of your family.. _:L"( ,t ing.lovely Now day wouldn't for air condition-it be nice'to Hamilton County, Florida

A selection of Camera Studies will FOR ONLY -= it's fun, anytime, electric go home comfort to cool Why wait cool tIt Thelma Lewis, Clerk -rI:

be made for your approval. Two f dltt'rI at Redington Beach doesn't cost much. Look '

Q members of your family may use: ::1 It's real I fun at the Billows, overlooking into electric air conditioning By Alice Jones D. C.

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jpw- 8 RiVferBuyxhibit' ti ij \. : Dogs) In Jasper ,JENNINGS'SUMMER:' winning rtln8Saturday [victory: over New, Hope Baptist
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t night June 22 the Church: Melvin PoBock was the-
: Must Now.Be i f -: Methodistand Baptist of Jenningswent winning;pitcher. .

TO GOOD START. together / defeat_ Jh f\Pr njy .'We want. toJUank th erslighting

:Licensed t\\ I cea'day hoe! Club The FkJrid ..
The Suwannerty ; > Baptist ofcJejrtiiogAjlO $&"fte,
bat a large fair exhibit -, I r. night Julie 21st Jencings I winning pitcl jAuas/MeiYln' .PoK tion >and H J"' yor! }:

id 'M: the 'Suwannee River Dog $ vM.akat .ten inning softball lock Le8db1ftj'fiflersi'Vere,Btfy our Softball iiI bM

and the staiouncpgeous" ', City : g er a .. to P 2ll$ to 15). Leading Pecfc" for'the Vmner 3for 4 .and :: ,"\.. l ."" :
A ';max ryrT r ::: "has minded that all 'A'b : httteia for Marsha!' oil otsers Z ; "
+t 2 o TfiSs display been set tali on dogs ,musjt .:Jennings was Jim Thomas fof. ADVERTISING .
A the:Bust floor''of-'the'StafeCapitol 'licensed by the ejfetf tYi X63. I,Bates who,jdr4:for*AEeadmg>hit- for 4. : .. ... :" '-' '

A for; the:last' 'weeks: 'of the State" Licenses can be purchased from'ter for Pinetta wasX: "Bass-who' Billy Beck hit 4 for-5 to lead the PAYS-IN

I Legislature where it is seen by!the City Cleric at 1.50 each. !<: hit 4 for 6 and also brought in Methodist and Baptist to a 18-12 THE JASPER NEWS ",

I all the persons visiting the Capitol A dog licensing ordinance was

Building.Chairman. I recently passed by the City Council'I e +
John C. Camp of the
... that requires all dogs be licensed j i:
said the exhibit will be t I ,
JENNINGS FACULTY :and also requires certificate is-
.I <"" moved aH over ,Florida and the 'sued by a Veternarian that the dog J .

HONORS RETIREES Jennings. High, nearby states in an effort to interest {'has been treatedior Rabies,beforea r, PEARLE OPTICAL MEANS r
:The Jennings School '
more. and more people boating license can,"be; issued. It also
henored Mrs. Gay and Mrs. Haven- camping ,and other recreational of I 4
i School'"Opensor i provides for the' 'impounding} -
rwith a surpise ,dinner party at I activities on the SuwanneeRiver I dogs running at large in the City i
the Ashly Oaks in Valdosta. The COMFORTABLE
'Summer: Program with out a license;:and impounding CLEAR '
en for this festive occasionwas .
J Plans also caD for it.to be displayed I fees to be paid.before the dog can I *
because 'both of these ladies i rx. a -
at the Florida Showcase in be reclaimed by the owner.
Mrs, Minne SJP.ver will conductthe ,
are retiring from school teaching.The :
tables were arranged in morning:,activities! ,-which win I New York City and for a short All dog owners are urged to AT REASONABLE PRICES. iI .
while at the World's Fair in New i
the form of a horse shot. The decorations meet each day Monday through comply) with this ordinance as soon .

Friday fallows .. York. that the police can : -
were most attractive and as: : "' as possible so _
Remedial ,Enrichment 8:00 The exhibit was built: by Exhibit: and of all untreated,
very fitting for the party. On the I andL pickup dispose
center table was an arrangement to 10:30.. -;, .' Builders Inc. of Deland, who con- I unlicensed and unclaimed dogs, '

which held the replica of a senior Arts and Craftsr-10:30 to 12:00. structed the attractive dioramas- Uncared for dogs are considered to I : y
.the Stephen Foster Memorial in ALUlAY /
be : to the health and gen-
a menace
wearing a cap and gown_ From Coach Owen Hinton Jr. will be ,White Springs. It is 10 feet long,

this ran gold strealners to each in charge of. the,.recreation phaseof eight feet high and four feet deep.A eral- welfare of the public. 1 -' ,k.

place card. For favors each one the program which )s set up on ( 'map of this area highlighting ..'..-- ,,' ."

received a diploma. The honorees I the followiter SfhefluJ r-- the rivers and lakes is a focal I BELL REUNION I ,-
received 2:00 5 Toes'day and i _
a special diploma. to :00. Friday with
point of the exihibit paintingsof
fiVe'relatives and
Principal DeVane welcomed Small About fifty '
Saturday aftrrjoon games recreational .
10 activites raised
-everyone and then the group sang and little league;fcaseball and softball friends gathered -for the Bell reunion -I
"School Days." '!**& 1 above the map and flashing lights j last Sunday June 23rd at the :

Mrs. J. W. De Vane gave a short 6:30 to 10:30 -Tueesdaytand Satur-behind them attracting attention.continuously Jasper Woman's:Club. Judge John 'A ?: i w..: EXPERIENCEThe Doctors of 0 ptom olry at Pearle

biography of eacr honor guest day night,'league: Sq balL Color, showing slides are some flashed of the beau- McCormick welcomed the families J a; Optical are backed by many years of experience in

Then Mrs. and Mrs. Have (church and'clvic gfo{ s)2Fami- back to their-old, home site of Ham
Gay tiful scenes in,the 12 counties comprising ilton -- I prescribing glasses .}'our guarantee of quality.
Her eacr gave a short talk of app- ly nights (small*games(and team County. a M. ,
of the Authority
A wonderful meal was served to play < f,' area.Harry : Secretary Many localities from the state
Robart Executive'
the guests. I 6:30 to 10:30 Friday night*- Town J and outside_the,state-people from
of the authority said a steady
After everyone finished the feast team Softball flow of people have been stoppingto I Melbourne Lake; Oy Live Oak 11I ..,. -',.. .. -'.*
r Sneads Gainesville & "'
acksonville "
:Mr. DeVane presented to Mrs. The summer ,program. i&<.design- and
study the display pick up
and Mrs. Havener Gold can- ed that can:benefit WilBston, Florida, Georgia and
Gay so everyone :
folders. I New Mexico. COMPlETE, SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS OF THE EYES: When ,, ,,
dlesticks from the faculty. from it. The remedia1.and' enrich-
; They seem kto*stand there and are examined at PEARLS OPTICAL the
Those who attended this lovely ment portion is included so thata After dinner taany interesting your eyes
I dream as they look at the river interior of each is carefuHyN>bserved for possible
party;. besides the honorees were: I student may do review or make known talks and reports"were given. eye
1 what we've
Principal and Mrs. J. W. DeVane up work or pursue, 'new. course I scenes which is has al I A business meeting,was held be- disease or defect. ..the eye muscles are measured for
time :that everybody
:Miss Inez McCaU Mr. and Mrs. in which he is interested, all the fore adjournmemVBrowardi Bryan possible imbalance.. .the amount of astigmatism, far

paul:: Tyree Mrs. Minnie Shiver, I' Any age group may take part I ways dreamed the about scenic spendingsome Suwannee !was elected president Lay- Bell sightedness or nearsightedness is determined.If required
lUr. and Mrs. Billy Blair, Miss .In the arts and crafts or recreation River, Robart on -said. '4 .It"" .'Vice President," Kathryn Buckles, glasses are prescribed according to the findings.FINEST t

Margaret Davis, Mrs. Capitol Ky- portion of the program. Everyone :rrjf :'Sev.-Treas., and Virginia Bell his- ,

ser, Mrs. Addie McCall, Mr. and has an invitation and is.encourag.edto .torian. They all expressed a happy I I L.

JMrs.: Ben Bates, Mr. and :Mrs. day' take advantage o. the .summer Existing WhetProvision :V: [visit by hoping to return again i
ton Bradshaw Miss Millie Chit-' program. Our summer program next year. t

wood, Miss Barabara,Pearman, Mr'and started June 10th and will run t.> r- the finest lens-materials are used"in,grinding the exact
Mrs. Owen Hinton Mrs Ver- through 2nd I i. !/j 2, '
August I "
1 I' required prescription for eyes.1'his is accomplished
die Deas and Mr. Alton Blair 1I ReviewedIn <1q; 'n FOREST SERVICE
I in the finest of laboratories where careful experienced a,

I I response to qu tionsiaised ,HIRES NEW EMPLOYEERoger I -, = t --:= inspection of finished lenses assures you of the very best. ,. ':,
CLASS1F1EOADSlh [: I since the wheat quota; refereridUmf
I on May 21, Clyde R. Payne;+CountJr R. Ehlert was employed .. _w_ <
with the local_
Florida Forest Service
FOR SALE in Jasper: 3 FEET ACHE, $ % of all Office Manager, Agricultural--
CHl. yourbones June
; in'
1st where lie will"be
I bilization and Conservation Service
bedrooms : are inf( the fejeif'&o wonder 'review certain wheat program training for the,.toext six months .II FIRST WAUTY:SNGII VISION CUSSES I fECSION nrnocOTACT LENSES dLOW'
Let us ; they ache swell perspire, itch.I I today '
.I Itf : *
period. Roger L. B.
I replacing
still in effect under :
provisions ONE
of several Bathe feet twice daily with T-4-L I ( Tyre. He has:}gad.o ie-year "college -.AS .$ 5O PRICE$ .
existing law. f- "
Y2-6331., I Solution for relief 6f J2 bones ''
thfe <
1964 he explained, the legislation I I& will be training in the following -- -:- AS ONLY
2985, : 66 joints plu/liamtnti..Curbs ath- I For ;

'-ers lete's, foot. ,t ojU}la&gems not:.mentioned handbook! ,; I i'.i. ,. 1 Inclucfinie > Um nJUon. fitting hiring Exonrincfi and fiJt llf. .
at 50 percent of parity-- : h vv finer untott lens node
-watch healthy skin replace it) case.Then
'' average--WiI1 be 1 with FFS policies; work,: s. frames;,1 tx7ptt. nses carrying
or your 48c ba&raf.an3: drltg storeif 'per bushel, on the I' Iwisnu lifoetl own no matter how much you poyertn -
?' tractor truck and tan-, :
not pleasedJN OUE HOUR, TODAY within available the to producers acreage allotments who, plant,t Iker operation operation, torch and hand fol _. ,....'...-... .. : J1.50 S150-J175-5200. '" I, t.\ ". .

MONEY at Wise! Drug Store or'Ka usage, radio operation. tower operation ., ,
'which were established before the I CONVENIENT. TERMS
lions at yo's Drug Store, Jasper. J28cFURNISHED maintenance
operator equipment
referendum There win be no quota 'I OPEN All DAY SATUtiAY
: .
to fit j3. ; f
determination of fire..causes Nu'----
penalties for in of
planting; excess
7 years. APARTMENT For preparation of fire reports, pre- ,i REGISTERED OPIOM{ H1ST "
1964 allotments. However
duction rent, upstairs;; <2all'792-6331, Robert acreage paration of fire law citations, map i
Ehlert, Reg. Real Estate Bro- }overplanting the 1964 allotments and estimation ( NO ATfOIKTUEKT NEES'JTi !
Live Oak reading area fundamentals ,
ker. tfc would reduce the acreage history of e. a Ie e ..
'jffispatching:, and .
credit for future allotments. j'[
forms .fundamentals of fire
I ; sup- ;
SEVERAL 'USED1RIFRIGERA- Farmers who have Conservation
pression and of,fires knowledge tcat'
mop-up I!
TORS Best of condition. Pric- Reserve contracts agreed to plant '
tice Piano of control burning, Operation : ,
ed to sell Mannings Radio Service I:!within the larger of the farm acreage I L .
House'of of movie projector, ability to han- .\ .;
allotment 15 and this 1- :
.Jasper phone; 792-4421 tfc or acres \
Valdosta. T .,
I Ii dle movie programs. j
I means that the 1964 Conservation I
PIANO FOR.SALE; -- Upright I Reserve payment for the farm is At this time much'" progress has I,
USED i I been made, said J. W. Kelly, supervisor -
practice piano:-in'good condition. within this
dependent on planting I.
2,1d Patterson St. Valdosta Phone '
Sale. 5150 June Montgomery 792-6751 tfc :acreage. of fire control for Hamflj j ,) t .
M8IUl .
I I Mr. ,also reminded far- :ton county. VALDOSTA
: Payne
per. phone HOUSE FOR SALE In 'Jasper, in ...
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good location near hospital suit- mers with wheat acreage for the I%WWWWVWWVWVV. :" SEPTIO first time in 1963 that is farms i .::_ '.
able two apartments. $7.000.
Cleaning, 'with for 1958 through
no history
Call W. L.
Bryan SY2-2985. or
Call 1963, to-report-such acreage to the
Robert Ehleri.-'SY2-6331.: Reg. Real 1 i a
office. This information
Estate Brokers.. t.her'-.property county j
FOR also awila ble. tic !. will' be' needed in order to establish I Going Plac.e8--tJ ; '
River at a 1964 wheat allotment for I Il r

sonable. FOR SALE .-,Goo Modern the farm. T .
Home l
Then Go Go
Estate and 2 acres on pavnt road near!i I a fJodyear.t."

Jasper.Deep well..sPOrch.-: ZONING CHANGE -

PLASTIO $2500 down. See W.'LStyan. SY2- I PUBLIC HEARING., I c .'
Preserve 2985 or Robert. 'Ehte3Y26331.Reg. NOW WITH

Photos, Real Estate :Brelters" ticalj I. A Pubis Hearing will beheld I TUFSYN BYGOODYEAR I
tic; Wallet ]I '' <'.rr,7- before the Planning; and Zoning : i

size 5c GOOD USED ,TVlied: for. Board .on Tuesday Jury 9, 1963 at J .

man orders. 100.00 and :jipv. M. "iI .. go .Radio T30,pinat the City HalT Jasper: : : : .

dan Service. .T92-4421, ,. )< ) tic.: Florida ,to consider. the- following::11 I 'i
West petition!
SAMSi3&acres. .at $105 r I
Tlorida. \ I Apetition to rezone the south 1 ;
per acre near White Swings. 1%
one half-of Block 39. and Block 46, ;
acres tobacco, Alnigh_ and dry. .
i; ; j
i'L of the of f
FREE 40 \\'tXdland-.2't'caD' I CaldwellsurveY' City
:: : W. L.',
'Jasper;: from RIB single family $
We win I Bryan, 7922985or Robert:Ehlert '
792-633X units to R2 multy family units. ,
with Registered. Real. Estate!!
should be
All interested persons
limited Brokers. : I t
J present to voice their objections or 219'-- ,

FoR SALE 4*Kohler'A Campbell objections to the petition. 1 ..

.-- I Milton 40inchconsale: .: piano, Lillian L. Bembry. City ClerkWhite ;
mahoganyinisbt''anti matching -

bench. Returned tom'rental I I Springs I
Big discount ffwJcMhJ'Can be financed '

Jasper 1 ColoHiAMBfeuSev of Music -j
N E-W S.- '
FARMS : 1108 IsL' T'.attcrBoAftn; + cSosta_ TelePhone : t. 7 '.

CH, "4..>.. ."-* *" J5c. by Mary Collins -
-ii't. re S
see us. GOOD USED,V PaIc r 9AUC -$35 W. S. c. S. will meet Monday : HAnON-W1DE lOAD HAZAID GUARANTEE IN WRITING
every First liiiC July 1 at 7: at the Methodist All New
Real : come.tfisBt Marvin p.m. NO :>MONEY DOWN Goodyear Tins Ate GUGrClfttHd
'192 Church in the Educational ,. Notion-Wide:
2-2985 Rodgers, 1 \\ T5P Apimt aommal road h
] is cordially invited ,
Everyone.. -- Iabricm.w.CUIo
FOB SAIE.OJiwe&. 'House returned : Wile{ pares.. Lfmited to
Mrs: Cora Pay( as ot her ol.' original owner for DUm-
I P.well to the city after _a months visit at x=\ aDd sue. 2. Agatiad, any detecte in
I Bar.t-tE' oe' SpringfieldrVa with her daughterand $j.25 weekly dealer materiat-withoat in limit as to time or mils Re Goodyear

.) : I I I 2 :: er Bar family Dtarid Mrs. W. C. Ihor VA or Canada 1rIU male IIdJaatment aI! tire

215 W..Tub 1 Jasper, Play *': -, JSp McCtellan, Genie, Pattie; ,and ,Betty. FREE. : MOUNTING! "Coo crew tire_ r breed price.-CIQ' oridDal tread depa, rea>:inin6 aDd waz.co eunmt CID

Genie .
While there she saw
FOR_'SALE ".. tobaCco -
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,< uate from Avondale High clioal .
Eticb at'Ud i: IIh south of
I aahwtJst II !
Madison and enrolled at summer, .
A. I on phone! : iTrickburg i
93.6334 atterE114adison 'I' : jt Mary Washington College: tfj|| '
is open : I '7 gans Va. .While'&L; k ,
; ;- ; ;:; ,200 .
,fady. : j ""
she had the 1P
burg op
earn$50.00 WANTll8-. .... -,-' _. can.:, ride erpu4 the QvUa.- :

Also peadtags have : ;"- : .r_ gam'., .there.. The. .tr.., -T TSt -. ". { .

:Maybe you -u- "" -ii 1. fi lt.wM'r bdtWit (
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sonal ".
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plllC"CJ'i"' <'" .. ... MOTOR CO.
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VISIT :FRIER; Axein ....tali in ci ch Sunday.Mr. .c\ '.' -
:REPAIRS TV .and : Live Oa3r, Fliliit!>s A.RYour;;- 1, Ralph' Hay-spent several Phone'-SY. .2-2193.- .. ... .- : : : Jaspd Florida

pliances. musicalto neroat reeve: iteoerd and days. -in the hospital ki GftinesviBe.Bat : !8i! q .
.. :anti 1 he his back h0ebe-sad .seems "
Jasper. ,ers. -. .'" c '-' OJ _:.: --
'Uc t to be doing fine -

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,. yJr 1 GP.ALIJSON: ,TO' u' I ,EDITORIAL', _,;. :-r< .o,, .
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\ Miss Laane "Vaughn spending of"'WhitevSprings SCho:)lr f fail en :t.d3at1onCowLty;.* would; seenx'sql montli O S0 t&gpne tOtHan\fltoir.: ;t7ourLty
1 the week ivvdths herpgrantSnftth" #, awarded' 'a stipend from the onufficla's' maken: .., .. ,1t+ ...Road.Department., can,stffl find HamuH mCbtJritY
Mrsf'Essie Hardy. National Science Foundation to -!, ratter whategtieSts' att; : **" .".

Mr. James Pollock and .sons of study at Indiana State College at I. Ohio State University in Columbuslast what accidents auto wrecks injuries occgri y. There is also the matter of a sidewalk curb and
Valdosta visited Mr. and Mrs.. A. Indiana Pennsylvania. He enters I WOODRUFF HEWITT summer. Mr..Hewitt is pre- action comes out of Tallahassee or Lake QtyO4 ;f gutter: out to the School gromds OQ.Route 41* andiheZstreet
W.. Pollock. the College on June 22nd and the sentry employed at Berry Collegeand requests for more tax money from the legiaai", paving jobs in cities of Hamilton County,
I know everyone is "enjoying: course: ends on August 16th. in Rome. He is a member of The most glaring neglect at present is the These jobs don't even cost the state money mind
S the lights on the baseball field. Mr. Allison will start his third the- First Baptist Church of Rome.' failure to install a simple flashing red warning- you, we pay it out of our gas tax funds but we st1Ucan
Mrs. Add Westberry from Plant year as Principal of the White The wedding will be August 11 signal at the junction of Routes 41 and 129 south -of '! get the work done. The jobs have had the
City visited :Mr -and Mrs. Jim Springs School this fall. He started 1'.r at 12:00 immediately after the Jasper. A serious accident two weeks ago ,and.pn money' ready and everything in order for something
Westberry.The 'morning worship service at Sycamore -of them this week point up the'wisdom of the County )ike two years.
Assembly of God Churchwill Baptist Church. No invitations Commissioners' request for such a warning ligtiti,'}I We notice also that the weeds are getting out of
held their:regular Gospel Sing III I 'I are being sent but the public Also there are dozens of narrow escapes from accidents h' and on Hamilton County roadsides along routes
.. 'Friday night at 8:00. Everyone is is. invited to attend. I I each day as anyone who watches the a thk11 41 abl129. If the State can't afford to cut the weeds
invited to attend.: Refreshments' After a brief honeymoon the! for a few minutes can testify. A death is likely at on the ridiculously wide rights-'-way. they had
will be served afterwords. So come A. Yxt l couple will reside in Rome. Next. "The Triangle" any minute! '.,OJ" better return them to the farmers.
on cut: and join them. year Mr. Hewitt wll work and Your editor was present months ago at the WeVe heard the...umtfPfintJfrat the ,Dopartmeil
Miss Faye Lucas visited weeifi herali1JAeksed'ige"813s n. K f' fetebisldies; sty j3cusy JW.; hc rons,*inrLakg""<5ty;wtren'bantSr'( tnmisssJack "'lf'o't>u sy altb'i' g'f ttSSrtharthey: havfft't man.
past lege and Mis Woodruff win teach Vinson asked for more warning at this dangerous However
Mrs. JVAi Stephens and I b f'I home economics at nearby Ar-II, corner and received assurance it would beijn.Yi't' '!' we're narrow minded enough to think Ham-
went berry7pi&ing::: i last Saturdaybut I muchee. The couples later plans vestigated by an engineer-in the near future, we ilton County's: work is just as important. as MiamlTs.
a litm 'st came along, \ include graduate school and work assumed.:0 i ofOrlando's.. "* r
I hear lawn moaners ,running: .allover !-c1l- abroad. I believeit' is time our county commissioners -,, 1 I' mean it, about that red lantern! ?'It wouldn't
the j place; nowi; took matters in their own hands and i installed a: :Ted -,:take an engineering study-and it might save a'life.
I am sorfTtto>,hear that Danny ENGAGED 01. .
Sauls is Utfsixpb? having to stay r. Fervon Johnson :'
in the hospital.: i EARLY PAPER HospitalPATIENTS J' NV Mrs. Pearlie Mae Johnson ,
J, P. Jones "- i
\ ., Mrs. Nila Baldwin ...
JENNINGS 1963 GRADUATESARE Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Woodruff NEXT WEEK
.. '
i Julie Cato (coL) :
of Sycamore, Georgia announce Tommie Lee Green (coL)
by Serious Us the engagement of their, Because of the Fourth of I
Just a few words-well they will daughter Sarah'Doris to Mr Clif- July Holiday the Jasper News ''m: .
be few. We can't think anymore. 1 ford Sidney Hewitt, Jr son of Mr. will be published on Wednesdaynext ON DEANS LIST
Many of the group.have been and and .Mrs. C. $.- Hewitt'of: .Jennings. week. Your usual cooperation .HOSPITAL OX Florida State University today
still are working in tobacco his teaching career, in Sebring, Miss, Woodruff was a l.95Whomri :;' will be expected. THURSDAY, JUNE .27, :. announced the Deans' List for the
Linda Wetherington goes way up Florida in 1948 as an Industrial i i graduate,*s;of: Turner County High Dannie Sans second trimester, containing the
into Georgia to work in tobacco. Arts teacher and has been a princi- School In Mach she completed! re 1 Troy VaugM' -.'" names of undergraduate students
Brenda is working at Atkinsons. pal in Punta Gorda and Fort White r rquirements f o ra" B. A.. Degree in a.a CAID'S" T1 Mrs. Ethel Norwood with the best academic record Burin -
Ruth is Testing r. she workedone before coming to White Springs. Home Economics,at Berry College, Grover WheelerW. gthe trimester.To .
morning. He graduated "With Distinction"from and since then she has.b en teaching :I I A. Anderson':'" make the Deems List students
C. W. is helping at the,G Julf Sta-. Ohio Northern University in elementary school near Dalton.At 'i;'>,: I -OF-a Jessie Mitchell: :, must have carried 12 or more tri
\ tion which is owned by the Eudy' 1948 with' a 6.:!,degree.:, He received Berry she sang in the .Concert I I ?:. Frank McKUmoTi mester hours of work and in most
Brothers. his M.' A-:, degree in school Choir was secretary and- vice I THANKS Mrs. Mamie Deas.. ,. divisions must have made a grade
Betty Kramer's name was left administration:* acid supervisionfrom president of both her class and the I I'I' ( I Charles O'CalnIrvin average of 3. (B) or higher. Students -
the trip she spent her time jumping Teachers in ,,1952 and has his I''I'ary awards. and was awarded a We are sincerely grateful 'to Mrs 'Lugine' Holton Sciences had to make an average
from one place to the other, and course work: completed for a Doctorate Cobb I' Foundation Scholarship. Two '" 4 friends and neighbors for their Mrs Maude Hyers of 3.25 an dthose in the School of
of giggling ]I. ,, \.. kind 'acts of sympathy during I Sills .
doing the ustral'thmg I t summers Miss Woodruff was a i" 1I >\ many Joseph D. Nursirg 3.5.Students
until she lost her sweater. But she : On his ways'to'Pennsylvania, Mr. Baptist student'missionary' to'New ;:, our sa4 found it. The bus driver brought it Allison and family will visit his Mexico:and,-'California.,"During her I I preciation cannot be adequately ex John Baker fco'Ll' I their county and home town .include -
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Fennel I
j to the train. son who'isx&xrile&iiir'the?1 Superior<::&enior year _shV :'was named to announce -.' pressed. 0 .- Janie :McIntosh (col.) : Linda E Candy FrancesV.
the of theirdaughter
Now Ben is doing as little as and Gifted! ,Studenfc} program at .Whpt's Who' among" Students inAmerican'colleges engagement Mrs. C. W. Hurst DISCHARGED SINCE LAST \VK. Connolly Barbara Ann Hen-.
possible-he and work do not get ,Western CarolinajCollege taking and .universities I Nelma_ Jean' Fennell _,to II'I o The Pittman children. Ernest RutledgeMrs. idrick Virginia G. Rowell Amanda
along. a' course lih {Reading: for College- and;'-id 'National':Xnthology of College -.Steve Lamb, son of Mr. and'l1'rs'lL Ernestine McNeill ,|B.. Sullivan Jasper; Bettye Lou
Chuck finished'with, cukes and Bound atud ntS.*' : .' J }J?ae t1Y. She was an honor t Fl Lamb. Both are, graduates of ''V' ;; Mrs: S .ra1t\Vi' spn .J' Mathis. Jennings:
then started tobaccoing. ..L?>',tat i.., :.u. graduate Jasper High. They have' plans'fora I r )w- thank our many ,\ : \ -
Wayne and Jackie drive long -- 'I ,Mr.Hewitt is a 1959 graduate of I July wedding. friends!I'r"their:: kind words prayers --
distances each weekend. honors in FFA. Jennings High School .where he I I food' ana beautiful flowerssent
Edna is counting money at the Judy is kept busy with her housekeeping I was very active in athletics He i during the illness and deathof Visit' The OPENING

First National in Live Oak. ." also helping... <- Joe with the is pgw/t l senior' at Berry College < our loved One, Arthur M. Norris ':' f .
Eddie is watching all of the ball bees. and social
andijs/jStudying) Your kindnesses will always be
games : I, Rodger-'stni plans, to go to Savan-, scie 1c'i : at. Jeny College and fascience. rememberedMrs. RATHLANDERCBeauty Shop
is working in South Carolina ah 'tfusSfall.Syt ''
Joyce H'a j bass concert soloIStfor Willie Norris
is very: busy* but still has time the Berry College Concert choir New Arrivals .1 I' Rita, Phillips SUNDAY JUIJE 30 5:00 to 7:00 fM.
'I .
Lynette is working at home' until for a movie.Mjk ,' and'tractive in religious activities I Claudette Davis II '
falL is planning- a big farming _. 219 S.W Seventh Ave Jasper FloridaIII'
< g. and tin1 CIrclES K, the junior Kiwanis Co"" Maxine Harkness ,
is head over at"his program.for next year.... I n I ,
S. M. man
his .has from?work' organizatibnVln 1962, Mr. Hewitt Mr. and _Mrs George J. Baldwin .. .. ricg Norris.,*., y. : Free Gifts
He is busy with Betty. graduated "' .
place. very was one of two Georgia students of Jennings' are the parents,of a "Myrt"'fUo) : ;
I sa.s
herstUdying '
she days are
tobacco He still has time to -
crop awarded
scholarships' represent daughter born June 22, in Hamilton Albert Norris 792-5481
attend the Sunday. over. TT Call Edith K. Houston Operator & Prop.
Sings on Georgia youth at National Human Memorial Hospital She Was .nam Bill Norris ,
returned from Day- Well thanks for listening to our .(1 ;" I' f;
Jerry just ; Relations Seminar sand at National ed Tina:;-Georgette Baldwin. Jack R Black __ .. .
tona where he received several chat. So long. Studeet'both held .L ., ,oil. -' ''_ ''_ :'!: !"' "
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