The Jasper news
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 Material Information
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: July 5, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579542
oclc - 33315707
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RING Fuqua Reports

Board Meeting t I'I't. BELL. FOR From Washington ,

i t.'l FREEDOMOii \ : .. ..

: _, -- / a <& .. .. .DECISION action OF TIlE COURT '<-- creis6I ,
The of the Supreme Court
: th the Nation will be in Its decision to bar from the

; Petition : ,,: observing The anniversary of the 1 public schools trra reading of the
Accepts : of 'the Declaration of Independence ,
: : : : \ ';Bible and the recitation of the
Lord's Prayer is to me a serious
: The Persident of the',United Vrtl-lirmm SYamas z..ast
1,' ., mistake A Decision which strikes utj ,
the Governor_'of=the Stateof I ,
Hamilton County School Board grudgingry',accepted t States at the very heart of this.nation and
.; Farm Storage and Florida Local Authorities and its spiritual, heritage "'r "When Freedom from her mountain height
a petition'signed by over t.OOO registered voters Civic Clubs are urging all to observe .. '
I am fearful of this trend on the Unfurled her standard to the air, .
of Hamilton for bond election builda C this memorable, occasion
County calling a to
Equipnient'.Loans f partof the Court. I spoke on the She tore the azure robe of night
,t. a Consolidated Hamilton County High School at their i with bell ringing .at; i bO'p.mO) on floor of theHouse in opposition to And set the stars of glory there.
,the 4th to :remind each .of us of our
: meeting held Friday;. .afternoon. The vote was three to Available rich Heritage. this decision pointing out that as She mingled with its gorgeous dyes- ,.
I I watched number of television The baldric of the skies
two withrtwo:of the members making statements to explain The.churches'with bells or chimes : ,
t. Clyde Payne, ASCS County Office newscasts the evening the decision And, striped its pure celestial white
r their vote, which are included in the minutes of the Manager, reminded local farmers I with Business with whistles of bell aYe-and urged citizens to a number of commentators: With stroking of the mornUn; tight;
6 meeting which appear below Final effect of the.vote was today that now is the time to begin join in.any the bell ringing at'1:00 p.m. I 1 said ,that members-of the congresshad Then from his mansion in the sun
the of the making plans for adequate ..stor I not raised a sharp cry of protest She caUed her eagle bearer down
take the next before voters Thursday.The ,
step necessary age' facilities for crops to be 'harvested fire siren atop the fire as in the New York case in Ant' gaxe into his mighty hard

t count are allowed to vote on the issue. this fall.: With crop pros- station will be joining, in celebraItion. j 1962. I told the House that for,one, I The symbol of her chosen lane o'tiw+

. pects pointing towards a good harvest I proudly raised my voice in protest. Flag, of the brave ,thy folds shall fly, .
Dr Fred Mickler was asked by facilities Inot I I Back ,in January ,I introduced a and high '
l REP. FUQUA present storage may Jasper citizens are urged to un The sign of hope triumph ,
the Consolidation Committee to present be ,sufficient to fill the need. I United States I I bill to provide for a constitutional When speaks the signal trumpet tope
fold the flag of the
J- ; the petition to the Board and ; CONGRATULATESDR. Government I amendment ,which would allow '
Payne stated that I and have them on display all day Anl:: jthe torn line come gleaming; 01.
he was the only person present to : BRUCE' i- storage facility loan--as well asr the 4th that tourists passing thru j I prayer in our public schools. Flag'of the free hearts: hope and home
!L speak In support of the petition except -! loans for storage equipment such ;r know we are I I I contend that we nead this By ,angel hags to valor given .
Jasper that
the 1000 voters who had, sent I The following letter was receivedthis as 'driers, air circulators and ven may Americans. '''change, and need it now. This 'is avery Thy stars have lit the wilkin dome ,
their names. Opponents, reek bY. pro J.'R, Bruce.- tilators-are available to farmers ; proud to be I IU real challenge to us today. Ae "all thy hues were born in heaven" ,:., ;

had a noisy delegation of 'however'I':Dr. tf.: R."Bruce who need additional storage capa- I have contacted the Judiciary .:"

persons. present who .Jasper .Fknrda city on their farms.'The Comm ad- : Committee, where this bill was referred :

every way possible to prevent pas-J:Dear Dr Bruce: ity Credit Corporation loans are of F. Loo s ( and urged a prompt hearing I pledge allegiance to he /Flag of the United '

1 sage of the resolution which was I have just read where the Hamilton r disbursed through the ASCS' county -. on it. so that it might be .States of America and to the RerniWi for w* t'ht "
required by state law. Crunty Chamber of Commerce For Homecoming : before House. I
office. i brought the ,
I II i stands! : ore nation under God. indivisible with liberty
.... Superintendent Harry T. Reid recently presented.a placque toyou Storage facility loans are available ; = 1 It seems to me that we can then and Justice for all.
read a recommendation setting In recognition of your long yearsof 1 for most storage crops In i Slogan] ln"Free : $ allow the people of the United

forth his support of the Consolidation service in your county. I know amounts up to 80% of the total cost I vacation !trips ",a portable f I i States, through the due process of The Nation Flag represents the.First Baptist Church It so happens

\ of high schools in the county.It that wise- and faithful leadershipsuch i of the approved storage structure. stereo and prepaid shopping' tripsin l llaby a constitutional amend- living country and is considered to I'I that the choir cannot hear the organ -
appears In full In- the -minutes---- an:Sours is_ a .1,cord _of >service The loans are repayable in four Gainesville 'will be among the, mentr to rectify this mistake. Religious be a living thing emblematic of ; or the minister either for
below: which few people achieve. It Is annual installments beginning a top prizes for the University of : freedom must be protected the respect and pride we have for that matter. It is to remedy this.

also a record which deserves a' year after the loan is made. The Ii Florida Homecoming slogan contest but this decision is religious oppression our nation. Our flag is a precious S.

Minutes Meeting sincere word of gratitude from current interest rate is 4 percent. :: and it,was never intended possession., Display .i it roud1Y.1 Mrs. M ax. .__ ... -
those whom! _you, have helped<< ".sotQAeDpuslyduring I that it <<"thus".bY'the' founders 'CSadfin Motor Cb r Tla2for and. Daw ._. ...
'I. Storage .-equipment.( *Sk>gat4. are lindteptV> seven //of ; [children Lynn ?} F" .
,Board of Public"Instruction : ..aXLthese ,years. Available for up to 75 Joans"1'e"1 r-words or.less and should be mailedor our land and the framers of our sale at a very reasonable price.) ilanta are visiting the 'pam" .t f

Congratulations on your outstanding delivered and assembeled cost ex- delivered to the Homecoming Constitution. I There are certain fundamentalrules 'C. p. Barkers. ;

record of service and' best; cluding labor, of mobile drying and Slogan Contest Florida Blue Key I hope we will be able to get this of Heraldry which if under- I I I

wishes for many happy years a- ventilating equipment for curing I Office Florida Union University bill before the House for a con- !stood generally indicate the proper | Rev Mr. Travis Carter of the

Jasper Florida head. and drying grain. These loans are l of Florida Gainesville. All entries stitutional amendment which would I..method of displaying the flag: The i I Advent Christian Church is In *

June 28. 1963 With kindest regards I am ![repayable in.'three annual install- must be submitted or postmarkedprior overturn this erroenous decision. right arm which js the sword arm I i Gainesville during the weekdays:

The Board of Public Instructionof Cordially yours "fments, also at 4 percent interest. i midnight, July'14. Homecoming CIVIL RIGHTS BILL The presi-I and, the point of danger. I is the I this summer working on his ?tas-

Hamilton County met today for Don Fuqua t Farmers interested, In more information at the University is sche dent has sent to the Congress his place of honor. Hence the unionof I ter's degree taking a course InQJunseling.

the last meeting of this fiscal year concerning these CCC t,duled Oct. 25-26. message on civil rights. Personally the flag is the place of honor or "

The following members were pres- 'County Gets Final loans are urged to contact the ASCS The 1962 winning slogan was I believe we have made great I the honor point. :' 5 .

ent: Clyde Hunter, Chairman John county office located in Jasper. "Gators Pace the Race in Space". strides in our section in handlingour The National Emblem is a sym- !I Guests of Miss Inez McCall and

ny Butler, Allen B. Tyree. Frank I Check From own problems and I believe bol of our great country our heritage Mrs. Maud Havener out at .Hie

Matthews and} jE V. Stormant. DISPIAY YOUR FlAG New Date For I that by continuing to try to work and our place in the world( i iI :kory Bottom, are Mr. and Mrs.
The superintendent% and secretary. Race Track Fund together we can solve our own I We owe reverence and respect to i t.I Carl Havener and their granoV

Harry T. Reid was present. Mr. F. Public.H problems our nag. -v daughter, Nonnie.

B. Harrell attorney for the Board, State Qomptroller*..RaY E. ',Greens : ea dng ,Lhave, carefully studied his message It, represents the highest idealsof They are traveling In a coach
was also present. id today checks for $7.SOOare be- '! and am dismayed at some of individual liberty, ..justice* ,.and'I''I (not a trailer but somewhat like)

The meeting opened with prayerby ing mailed to each of,tho &f coun- ;1 rezone A,Public South Hearing Half of on Block a petition 39 and to the proposals found therein. equal opportunity. .for. allS I II and the plan is to travel all the

Mr. Reid. ": ties' It is the final payment from block 46 from RIB to R2 to be Mainly, are we deeply concerned United States coast. ;
Dr. F. T,tickler, Jr. presenteda I he:race track tax fund for the cur- night July 11, 1963at with the provsion that private FLAG HOLIDAYS This week the hostesses will

petition signed by more than I rent fiscal period. ; held Thursday City Hall. Instead of business be placed under Inter- New Years Day, Jan. 1 ; show them the tobacco field3- .
twenty-five percent (25&;) of the I The comptroller said the payment the Jasper ed. Conflicting state commerce clause, so that the : Inaugeration Day, Jan. 20 take them to Stephen Foster, and
qualified electors in Hamilton Court brings the total received this date previously annoin this change nec owner of a business would not have \Lincoln's Birthday. 'Feb. 12 ,other delightful excursions Inez

ty. requesting, that an election be fiscal by each county from the dates'ma.d and personajwdshing,, to ,be the, right,, to run his business as he Washington Birthday Feb. 22 'and .Maud can .think. up. .
of bonds cessary saw fit. I variable)
held for the issuance not track tax to t206,800the; high- : Easter Sunday ( 'I
race ;
t to exceed, $400,000.00 for' the purpose est in the history of the tax.. Each I Y .fOU Of 1 1Y heard on this pgtitionare.urgedtobe It seems to me to be fundamental Mother's. Day, second Sun. In May Mr. ;and Mrs. 'B. B. Hill and

of acquiring, building and furnishing county last year received 201000. t It present. ." in,this, nation that a man has the,Armed Forces Day aid Sat. in May I duaghter Kay are spending the 4th
consolidated HaniitonCounty ; right to operate his business as he 'Memorial Day (half staff until I Oxford: Miss guests of Mr. and :
High School at the present.. I sees fit. Here we find a situation I noon May 30. Mrs. Jimmy Bell. '

Jasper Elementary School site in ing reasons: .- t TME AMERICAN WAY where ,a man invests his life's'Flag Day June 14 ',I I, *

,Jasper. Florida }..frs. Ann C. Mal-, With the'ever increasing operational work, his life's savings: his effortsto Independence Day, July 4th :, The Garden Club met for the .
pas. Supervisor of Registration costs of the schools system I build his business and then have Labor Day, 1st Monday in Sept. End of the Season activities last
certified that the signers of said and with the decreasing enrollment the federal government telhng him ',''Constitution Day Sept 17 1.I Thursday at Hickory Bottom-

petition were duly, qualified elec-, within the county, it is:becoming 1 how he must operate It, telling him I.Columbus Day Oct. 12 'I'Inez McCall and Maud Havener
tors of Hamilton County and the V021t lt who be with his Veterans Nov. 11 I,hostesses Mrs. Charles Rogers of "
increasingly more difficult ,to: provide f i0i+r f ,. can serve: business. i Day ".
number of signers were more than i for three separate high schools j There are many businesses for I Thanksgiving Day, fourth Thurs.:Jennings, the wife of the pastor of

twenty-five percent of the total 'ONE school can provide more adequately -1 } r example that require a person to I i in November I the Methodist church and Mrs

resgistration for the county. i in areas for every !student.R Oil wear ,a coat and tie or they can- j I Christmas Day, Dec 25 ,Annie McKelvey of Jacksonville

!I am aware that new problems will : alldh99 not be served. This is the preroga- I Such other days as may be pro ,were guests.
of citizens from Jennings
A delegation arise but people from all sections I : tive of the owner of the business ,claimed by the President; birthdayof i There was a good attendance
of this
protested the filing of the county united in effort I for his business is private propertynot : States dates of admission) and and enthusiastic attendance to the
and stated that would 1
petition they I I with-school administrators,can participate ,given,to him by the stater and i on State holidays. ,business of planning the yeaar.
like additional time to file a petit- I in the formulation of a it is basic to our system of free' .. ;book and the activity of the fall
tion with the Board. The next regular I I Miry-and Mrs. Wm. Vickers of
'II school program that will best I enterprise that a man must. have j season. An interesting item was i
meeting of the Board August' i visited families
St.Petersburg the
this : the to condition the
serve the need of the boys and,I right. ..
6. 1963. was the time set for receiving girls in this county. I cannot support this bill.and,will.I here the ,past weekend. Later 1 rock garden house on the: clubground's
this petition. !I We do note ,in any one of I vote against and oppose it vigorously in, the summer1 they will go to see given them, by the Wo
Mr Reid made the following. .rec- high schools a modern wel-equipp-- for it does counter to every belief iheir'son Johnny who is in theAir man'* dub for a Club house. This '
omendation to the Board: led science'' laboratory. As a reslut I I.-have, in the free enterprise Force located e in Kansas.e e ,win be an addtion to the town and I!

To he Board of Public I nsstruction 't of this lack of facilities our chil- system which has made this nation I : no doubt win bring forth some s

of Hamilton County; FlorIn -';'dren are ,not getting the science I 4tkt what it Is.SUPPORT. ing A man over from.this Jacksonville week to install is com aspeaker !financial help. That is if the: Gar-

ida. J foundation that they need. It Is WATERWAYS PROJECTs in the choir loft of the I (Continued on Page 7)
conformity with.Chapter 230.33 impossible'to bulk ;and equip three I appeared with the

Laws of Florida which requires science departments: because of Florida Congressional delegation! f . "

the County Superintendent to make- back to the old way before the House Appropriations -=-- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORNER -
certain recommendations, to the I am aware that a consolidation ,.,. riC '
Committee last along with I
week 'KnowHamil! !lloD. C Aud..IdLOthca.Abcullt::
School 'Board :-lor consideration, I of school will require personal adjustment Governor Bryant .in behalf of qJlIt
hereby submit. the following as a and sacrifices' but as tea
.. waterways project for the State of BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETS MONDAY NIGHT
basis for my recommendation per- chers .parents and leaders :,we ( 4 '1 Florida "'jp

taining to the matter of the Board must lay aside our personal feel- \ I presented a statement tq that The Board' of Directors of the Hamilton County
concerning 'a consolidated, high, ings and strive to Proidef i our! '
school for Hamilton County, children the quality education to :I -fi committee,, particularly with reference Chamber of Commerce will meet Monday Night July 8
several which are ,
to projects
I have been carefully considering,which they are entitled if they are ,4J vital;to our area. Among these are at 8:00 clock the Chamber of-Commerce Office in
this matter lor some time, and feel useful i
that consolidation Is a step forward ,to citizens prepared In our to community.a live as. ; J JI ,U the' Apalachicola River Cannel the ; the City Hall Building in Jasper. All Board members are

for quality education in Hamilton.\;' series of tours for interested pa- 'interCoastal waterway from St'IMariIS"t urged to be present, and visiitots are always welcome to
want to go, on record as favoring ? Tomorrow be too late r -Aoclote, the Cross FJori- .,
attend for
may to just
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PAGE TWO _0 _.. ..... :L_ "' ;-- > -,- THE-- TASTER.... : NEVI JASPER.: '- FLORIDA .:' Friday- l 45,1963
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-, t''J a W t. 1.t/ I".. '.- l,..t.I f\.' ;\,;' Burnham, .News r spent .Saturday night and; Sunday.I t HAROLD'A. BETHEA.. "Jr I ,SHOR1Y1ANI\ NOTEBOOKS, two l kinds=at"

., t.\ ,twitti their parents and grandparents .
: ". Mr .and Wrs. Isaac :: '
-- Shiver
I, L f f -.. .. .viii '1XIS UPPEREK j > .. .. {[r INSTITUTE ........'
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-- .5 tn' The gifts,-through,sacrifice, not The door step.la the tel11Ple.w. .. V ..
.. : '; : wisdom Harold A. Bethea from Jasper \." .: : .-.. :
by compulsion, because we must; is a,knowledge of? our_ own -High School in Birmingham Ala,, .. ......
ignorance. "
: O' ,, 'but :.because ..
iw f :. by compassion All. peoples Church we can I Charles Spurgeon. Science this summer Foundation attending Institute the National forsecandaxy FILMSDeveloped'l. ...

sass i iI .ass' : .
l.trs..Rosie Culbreth and children school teachers. r
;i Ch4nt i Marcie Dees daughter: of Mr.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ctfifcreth and Binranigham Southern College .
; and Mrs. Corbett Dees has been
Miss Mrs. which provides its facilities for the -
culbreth and
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hcspital for
; confined to Pineview I I
: Willie Beatty spent Sunday in St. 'institute receives a grant from the
{1 the past several days where she Augustine. NSF for the project. In addition to

H : J" ro".W.I underwent surgery. We hope Mar- ,- .. classes which bring the teachers
1 / gie will soon be V home and; well. Mr. :Paul King returned to his ,'up to date on the latestdevelop-

1 again. 'ssaf home Saturday after several days merits in their scientific fields, the -NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE-!
I visit in Orlando..with his children: program includes field trips to
V 4 Marian Sullivan and little daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Paul King. i'various Birmingham industrial '
E TIfN CffllRCff' Diana Lynn of Jacksonville and I I plants and several lectures from BLACK AND WHTTfe OR FULL'COLOR-

ruzvi Mrs. Anna Shiver of Jennings had Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Morgan of vsiting professors including a spea SLIDES OR PICTURES
I c cancer last Wednesday with Marian Live Oak spent Sunday afternoon i I ker from Cambridge University .
parents and sister Mr. and Mrs. with their mother :Mrs. Annie Mar England.Dr. Films For Sale

POND (JASPER) OAK GROVE fWTTRCH- OF CHRIST Winston Williams and Marie. Marie ,gait .*, Hoyt M. Kaylor will direct Polaroid Film 35 m.m. Color Film Other Film"BYing'"You"r
BAPTIS CHURCH Between Jasper .and Jenningson went back to Jacksonville for a the institute which will bring 66 of
Pastor Rev. Henley highway 41Stindriyr few days visit. Ella mae Miller Mr. and :Mrs. :Joseph Herring ofTfiilee .
.... 10:00 spirit somelime Sunday with the teachers to' BirrningJiam-South i Roll's To".4. .
Sunday Schools: ajn. Mom. 'Bible Study,:10 'toll: who na-jr Keen visiting Iarie; f'orj j em thmHsh August 16.
= "'Moir: S m(it'-::: ''' :bo" ;nC Worship Service ........ 11 to 12 several days, left Wednesday night their rarents 3MjTr'and Mrs. M lvuSeTph. }, .

Training Union .___.. __ 6:30 Sunday Evenings Service .... 7:00 from Jacksonville for.; her home in Also wjth Mr Herring'sfather J THE JASPER NEWS ,.
Evening Worship 7:30 and brother and sister-in- I .j .
Wed. Evening Bible Study._... 7:00- North. Carolina. '
Midweek Prayer Service every Phone'WE8-2091, 1 law, Mr. ,Bryant Herring and Mr. AIP d SY 2-6331
Redncadar at ?*30 p.m. I Eddie and and '
I Marjorie Noriega and :Mrs. \ scar Herring.
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JASPER METHODISTrhe FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH children of Decateur Georgia, and I .. J
I Garrard and Maxine Sullivan and of ,
Friendly Church": Sayer Canoga Pastor. Mr. and Mrs.
N. E.BOOTY Pastor Sunday'School at, .??, ??. 9:4fc: ;!children of Macon spent the week- Dalton, Ga. ,are spending some
ORDER 'OF P RVICE Morning Worship _x.11:00 a.m. ;end with their parents and grand- time with Mrs. Annie Morgan.
Sunday School .__ 9:45 a.m. Training Union ....;... 6:45 p.m. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan I w YOUR MILK
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship .... 8:00 Garrard and Maxine and children |r Thursday July 4th should be an --
Kvervon; ** invited Prayer Services Wednesday left Saturday morning for A I:1rrn-: important day:in the lives of all of
EVENING CERVICES at 7:30 p.m. dale for several days visit with ,us. because July 4,, 1776 our Declaration A FULL DAY

Junior Fellowship 6:00 p.m. -- -- --- Maxine's parents Mr. and. Mrs. .of Independence. was sign-
Intermediate Fellowship 6:00 pjn. JASPER CHURCH OF GOD Mathew Glenn. ed. .. '
Youth Fellowship ._ '5:00 p.m. Rev. Earl Deas a FRESHEROn

Worship Service! _. 7:00 p.m. Sunday School ___. 10:00 a.m Mr. Jack Vaughn has been.confined -I S,1 Faye Kramer and' fi-nce Robbie DRIVE-IN STORES
Youth Social Hour ,_..3:00: p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m' to Gainesville Hospital for! Robertson cf- Jacksonville were
.,BETHEL---PRIMITIVE- -BAPTIST Evening Worship 7:00 p.m the past several days. We hope Mr. i|ihome visiting! Faye's mother Mrs. U. S. 41 JASPER Sara Lashley, Mgr.
TUESDAY Vaughn will soon be well and home I,Elizabeth Kramer over the week- .
Bible Study at lit( a.m each Sun. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. again. ..
Church Service 11 a.m. 7 p.m. FRIDAYS- I I jencL ,. .. .. NEW STORE HOURS NOW
Each First and 3rd Sunday. Y. P. H. ...._____._ 7:30 p.m. Hollis and Gertrude McCultoughj j[I Mr. and Mrs Spud Lusk of.Whit --..__
PBYE 6:00 p.m. each Sunday were over from, Tallahassee spend 'tnol"e. S Carolina. came in Sunday '
Elder L. M..DeVane pastor PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ing the weekend with their parents Ij'! night to spend some time with Per Week
-JASPER- -PRESBYTERIAN- ----I WHITE SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gaston. I their mother Mrs. Elizabeth Kra- Open 7 Days .

SERVICERev. Rev. Ed. Montgomery Jr.. Pastor *. I,mer. .
CHURCH JR., Evening. Service -....,r7i3Q p. m.UURKHAH Mrs. Leon Starling and childrenof I I
E. F. Montgomery :
School 9145 a. m. Jacksonville and Mrs. Maurice I I, FLY YOUR FLAG ON THE 8:00 sun. tom,8:00; : p.m.
Sunday .CHRISTIAN Lindauer and children of Valdosta FOURTH OF JULY 1
Service* _____ 11:00 I CHURCHPaul

CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Sunday School each Sunday 10:00 i
Travis Carter Church Service Second and Fourth i ...
Sunday School........... 10 ajn- f Sundays .................. 11 KM) MILKt9 &
t Morning Service .......11:00 a.m. CYF and Bible Study Second and I r ..
i Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m. Fourth Sunday nights ...... 6:30 I II
Wednesday night: I 1 a

rx] Choir Prayer Practice Service............ 7:30 8:00 .p.m..... JENNINGS METHODIST I BUY YOUR MILK IN GLASS FOR NATURAL FLAVOR
: "Enter Rest Pray"Pastor !
DIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH : Charles W.Rogers Sr. I Save 24c a Gallon!

WALLACE F. BENNETT Pastor Sunday School each Sunday 10a.m.1

\ Sunday School .L.:.. .::.-. 10 a.m.reaching Prayer: Meeting each'Thurs, 8 p.m. j. atteirw
...... 11 &om. Worship Services 2nd and 4th
Training Union.r.-----............ 6:30p.m. Sundays J atll a.m. and at 8 p.m I r--- New! New! New! New .
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Preaching .......-.------ 7:00 pan.ft NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH rta .
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Wednesday night Prayer' ,Rev.' N. M. 'Rowen.,'P stor 'V. f Il1
i .._L___ 'Z:30 pin.
Meeting Sunday" School _every Sunday at
.=--s 10:30
WEST LAKE CHURCH OF GOD_ Preaching 11:30 a.m.a.m.& 7:30 p.m. IPE PDEA UPRODUCT8IUL

t Sunday School __._ 10:00 Lm. Training Union ,___.._ 6:30 \ jn.
Y.P.E. Sunday ...._ 6:30 pm. ''1 Prayer>> Meeting; on Wednesday at .
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Prayer Meeting.''Thurs.1 .. 1:30 p.m ,**' f .7:30 pjn.MISSIONARY b 'UIII.nlll
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jennings, Florida j,1 l
Rer. C. E. Bailey Pastor : _.. Nathan Wooleyt'Pastor V '. -
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Sunday School -----.:. 10:00 a.m. $'. (Qrjfeehool _*:__ 1000; s.m
Morning Service 11:00 a.m. \M ?!Each( Sunday)' ) ,. "Milk Maid" Ice Cream Products
Training Union ,_.__ 7:00 p.m.Evening Preaching Service.Each Sunday at I '.EXUS HELP YOU WITH... r ,.. .
Services _._ 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. '" -
Wednesday prayer service 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Each, Wednesday o Letterhead Desfgrtc = Milk\ Maid
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FIRST Pastor METHODIST Rev. Harry Goddard CHURCH FRIENDSHIP BABT1ST CHURCH .-' Gilbert New Cotton Fibre pond

Sunday School __._ 10:00 a.m. Pj-Stewart, Pastor
(A class for every age group) Sunday School] 10:00 &.m. Quality Printing ICEMILK
Worship Service __ 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship __.. 6:00 p.m. Fraining Union _,.. 6:30 p.m t'w! V ; .
,PASTOR'S SCHEDULE Evening Worship 7:30 pun. Take a good look at year business letterhead.

White" Springs 11:00. every a.i.i. 'Sunday at Wed. Prayer,Meeting .. 7:30 pjn. I C.. tIt be:iiapror through'new design...better paper..

Swift Creek 'each Third Sundayat GREEN: RIDGE' CHURCH .4tiMity printing?'Call nVtbere. ., no obHfatba.you 4
3:00 V -
p.m. OF GOD ., .
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. George F .Newt_ We will be happy to discoM it with yon..aM:show foe : : .

I STATENVILLE.. GEORGIA Sunday School 10:00 a.m. how we can be assistance to JOG in>improving. this : ,
Morning Worship 11OO
Allen Brooker Pastor vial; "impression-maker of your Is'4ns. .,:
Wednesday Night 7:30 .
___. p.m. .
Sunday School 10:00 ajn. Prayer Service ,

Worship Sundays Service_...__.-..?..2nd 11:00 and a.m.4th Y. P. E. Friday Night 7:30 THE JASPER NEWS- _.' :I 69'Cgal.

Jr. and. Sr. MYF Each Sunday at JENNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD I
7:00 p.m. -

I Prayer,Meeting 8:00 Each p.m.Thursday at _Sunday School each Sunday .tC I'' SUMMER SPECIAL I i With the "Ice Cream" Taste
MYF Social Hour Each ThursdaySUWANNEE 10:00 a, m. I '
Services Each Sunday morning (Vanilla Chocolate Strawberry) .
CHURCH OF I and e enIDg' 21-inch Picture Tube : -

,.V THE NAZARENE Old.time Gospel Sing last Friday II' Installed $2.4.95 .
"" Facil, Florida each month ............ 8 p.m. with In Your TV Set : ALSO a complete line of :' <, ,
Leslie C. Poe Pastor one year warranty I :

Sunday School ........ 10:00 AJJ. FIRST BAPTist CHURCH I IZ-INCH PICTURE TUBE ONLY '$ZJ.95 :
Evclns 'Service ........ 7:30 P.M. D. W. Kannoo, Paator '
Wednesday Prayer' Meeting 7 A (Services Each Sunday) .ir.I Manning'sRadio Service i HALF GALLONS .
Sunday School ,,;..._ 10:00 *.m. I f '_' QUARTS ; 4
CORINTH MISSIONARY Morning Worship _:_ 11:00 ajn. '. Jasper V Telephone ?924421WE '.
I BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Training Union 6:30 p.nr. .. : Delicious Butter Pecan, cherry Burgundy Vanilla i
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Prayer 6
Wednesday t.
Marcus Morrison, pastor
Sunday School (every Sunday at 7:30 7:00 p.m. I.- \ Flavors:, Banana Split, Chocolate, Strawberry : .
tCept fifth Sunday) ._ 10 man. --' -
Preaching Service each Sunday WHITE SPRINGS HAVEt

Prayer Meeting each Wednesday School each Ssady. 10:00 mJfl. j sIZES"I I j
at 7:30 pjn. 1 Preaching service every' 2nd and : ALL PICNIC OR HOME : Buttermilk

Training Union _____ 6:30 p.m. 4th Sunday at UJ. *. & 7dH) p.a. I t
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FILMrSAlso ; Chocolate milk -
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-, All Sizes Shapes. Colors. -. FULL GALLON., 39. DRINK glass hot' {,:

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(. t- Plus Deposit 1A gal. ____ 46c f
s Polaroid ', I

1... .. ..._...We offer to churches and. .other organizations, Ice Cream and Sherbet !

:IV IVF -' JUST MADE UP Li. .I -.- >TW3JFLASH BULBS ENLARG3KT24hour m-&/Z gaSoa containers. Ask our salesgirls about this item. .; ,1 t' :

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,1 School- fBoard 1, pose of acquiring buHdEng and lion work. 1 many times and after a period of of this resolution were Frank Matthews .'

on furnishing: a consolidated Ham- Natonal concern has been shown adjustment patrons would not go and E..V. Stormant. ,with the : 4e 3f.RSper ith!) ,

.. over drop-outs J the said, :" ,
I .ilton,County,High School including students who quit WHEREAS County reservation that be b riot apQtov

J Continued From Page X) site in provkments at the' school before they*,graduate,.\Vein Board finds that it will be necessary lug' or is {tn favor of consolidationthose Published Every F day:1: .

present; Jasper Elementary Hamilton 'ounty, are "concerned tiSsue bonds Iii the amount of voting against the adoption of '"
series of tours for interestedpa- Second Class Postage Paid at 'Jasper.Florida; ,
''a to visit consolidated School site in Jasper, Florida about this too. One answer* to this Four Hundred Thousand $400,000.00 'this resolution were Johnny Butler "
schools hat I and problem maybe the establishment(Dollars to complete said projects !and Allen B. Tyree. Ttre.vote being. ,>.aA Subscription Strictly in Advance '
a modern they well may, see'equipped, WHEREAS, ,on the 28th day of 1 jo. fa school program that meets the j{proposed for the said district and ,[tied, Mr. Hunter voted for the $3.00rinSHamilton: County $4.00 Outside of County -

.June, 1963, the said County Board! needs o feach individual. A divert '.that no action has been taken or
school in action. adoption of the resolution with the Cards Thanks $1.00 Minimum
t As Superintendent of Public Instruction -'I I'considered the recommendations sifted Operative Training Program ':election held on) a proposal for reservation that he is not approv- -

I I recommend! that our:which were submitted by the County known as DCT, may be pro such bond issue within one year I i ing or' opposing consolidation. Telephone SYcamore 2-6331 ;

Board ,approve this progressive Superintendent of Public Instruction vided. In this course those students -prior to date of this resolution, ,and ii Whereupon it was declared by the Mr. and1\Mrs.,Robert alert Editors and Publishers

step for Qualify Education in Hamilton with reference to the proposed desiring; to do so might get a i WHEREAS the assessed value Chairman of the said Board! that
I time Job in business :of the taxable property of said! --'.'- ----
I County. i I(,bond issue, and reached the conclusion I jpartime some the adoption: of the Resolution was ,
that the projects for which professioinal office ar; be {Special Tax District, according: ; to .orfan.i. J'
for ; super (150.00) chasi
: The following resolution was pre. carried dollars ( ) : o?:' was made by Mr. Matthews, sec- .i

I sented: i I.bonds.. are proposed to be issuedare ;,vised and graded as a part of their'the last assessment for, state and | :Mr. L. P. Allison principal of the not being used, A'motion was made :coded by Mr. Tyree and carried;
$3,920,034.00.and 'I
; A RESOLUTION OF THE"BOARD essential for the school program f school program. They are ,in I county this purposes proposed was bond issue to- White Springs High School recom- by Mr. :Matthews, Seconded by Mr. 'that they be adopted

OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION of the said County, and, 'realitylearning! a trade and goingto mended that Mrs. Mary Ette Hollo- Tyree and carried that this chasis'I There being no further business,
the said County I Igether with any existing indebtedness I
school sold.
at the time. This
and Mrs. Fennell be
Dorothy "
OF HAMILTON COUNTY I'Board has determined that it is of said Special Tax School way the meeting was adjourned.
FLORIDA. REQUESTING AP may be the means of keeping inqphool exceed appointed:!! teachers in the White A motion was made by MR Stor.-. '
not practicable to prepare a plan District does not twenty Clyde Hunter, chairman.
PROVAL OF BOND ISSUE PROPOSED ,far carrying out the projects or some who would normally percent of said assessed value and Springs; High School for the 1963.64term. mant ,.seconded'by Mr.' }Matthews Attest: Harry T. Reid .
out the
FOR SPECIAL TAX I thereof with current at. same time WHEREAS, there are not out- A motion was made by Mr. and carried that three new school; > Superintendent.

SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER ,'funds any part which have been or can be tpon:: graduation, they would be standing Special Tax School District Stormant ,seconded ty Mr. Matt- bus chasis be 'purchased based! on I I i

ONE OF SAID COUNTY. that and ,prepared in a useful field of work. bonds in said District in any hews, and carried that they be ap the state bid prices. >;
set aside purpose
I WHEREAS ,on the 28th day of ,''I for I Provision can be made for a full amount and that the levy required j I pointed.A It was announced that bids will : ,joII
the said County
June A. D. 1963.THE BOARD OF Board WHEREAS has determined that no portion -time their'Guidance individual Counselor problems who as well will to retire the proposed bonds wouldbe "I I" motion was made by :Mr. Tyree be received on August' 6, 1963, for:1 j s... '\t' t.I .
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF HAMILTON nine (9) mills including Petroleum Products, Gas for Cooking :
approximaely "t-
be seconded by Mr. :Matthews and II ,
of such projects give daily counsel to student withas ,
i COUNTY FLORIDA, received both principal and interest and Heating, Liability Insur-
carried out and the costs met preparation for developing their carried that school budget amend)
J a petition signed by more from proceeds of the 'Special District potentalities in a chosen vocation payment as they mature; I ment number one from Supportand ance for School,Buses and Milk for h_

f: than twenty-five percent (25%) of nuEIage voted for; that purposeor for life.in"bir. I NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RE- Maintenance Funds be adoptedMr. the School Lunch Program I I :
the electors :
qualified residing from county current funds which ,, SOLVED BY THE COUNTY"BOARD Reid reported that he had The minutes of the meeting of, .
Tax School Districe Nuum- nt'school set "P
Special I'
I are not needed for salaries of teachers up OF PUBLIC INSTRUC- been offered one hundred fifty June 4, 1963, were read. A motion !I I
ber One (1) of said County requesting students are being deprived of participation TION OF HAMILTON COUNTY
or other necessary expensesof in band glee club, public '
t : that an election be held FLORIDA: .
operating the schools or from FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK, .
i school music and art. By bringingour
forthe issuance of bonds and set- reasonablybe That the costs of the said projects

lug forth the amount of the bonds such funds which be available can byj, the children together, and pooling be paid from money to be derived -,
expected to ; our reW"Ces'we can give them the i ALSO GALLED SP/XETA/1. I/, HOW YOURfLORiDA
desired to be issued the'purposesthereto completed, & from the proceed from the -
.and that the proceeds to time the projects are the basis advantage of a better equipped and sale of said bonds now proposed to AND DIP-TAIl. DIVER FLIGHT '
cannot be, completed on :,
be derived from the sale of such\ county or district more varied: school curriculum. be issued and I '
of against
bonds shall be used for the a EverY' area of OCT school program BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat f '
pur- current funds approved in accordance DARK 5TR/PE WATERVOW1II .
poses set forth in the said petition, i with Section 237.27, and can' be*unproved.In said bonds, as voted snail be.I ACROSS
which said petition was in words J small enrollments in each school ad3iticr: > to the educational advantages issued according to'a schedule : WHITE pMGClSH-SROwg

and figures substantially as fol-; of I have briefly C"t'lined. which will permit the bonds to be ".
and the limited amount money BODY WHITISHBREAST
there will be other CHEEKS
opportunities :
lows: to wit: i iTO retired over a period of not exceed j 4 r a.J f
available.Not that will benefit our crurty. I firmly ing twenty ((20) year and; 4 ,r, 1._
: |' one or our high schools has a believe; a Hamilton Cocnty: High BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED ',
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF' HAM Economics Depart- i .,, .
modem Home School will brinj our county closer that a copy of this resolution: be'' .

ILTON, COUNTY FLORIDA: ment. As it now'stands .there are together.I transmitted to the State Superintendent -j FEMALE .,'

We. the undersigned residents not enough girls enrolled! in home know that a consolidation program of Public Instruction, of the j r RUNQVWATe.l! .

j and duly qualified Electors of ,economics in any one school, to ;would:;: require a transportation -State of FJlorida, with the request I i BEFORE FJ./511T
"SPECIAL ,warrant a full:;\eating unit in this ''survey anD rerouting of ourschoo'Jbuses. "
TRICT NUMBER 1 OF1! HAM- that he act thereon as follows: ,' .
has to bear this
County however this
field. problemcan
ILTON FLORIDA, 1. The he approve the pro
COUNTY 'expense sine the Home Economics and will be solved. We have jects. :; c.C'c.- .
residing within the said issuance School District of- unit is over and above/cur average .good roads: ,good busses ,and willi : 2. That he approve the proposed J : ,. AtL ,
desiring '
daily attendance make a survey of the county so plan for meeting the total costs : ,
School District,
bonds by said t able furnish that students will be required to I TAIL /KG
with the Statutes We have not been : of said projects as set out here-:
in compliance
enough typewriters./ other types 'ride very little longer and farther inabove' including the'issuance PLUMAGE LIKE fE.4fAlf THIS
and Laws of Florida far the business We three than they now do. However," other
hereinafter set forth ,of pnachwes; of proposed bonds I IN WINTER BUT WTHHO ,r. '
purpose commercial departments of, our counties larger'than ours have solved 3. That he approve the calling, SrRON CIIEEkS '
and stated, hereby, in compliance We have ciane the best we- and there is of I .
Flori- schools. : this problem no holding and conducting an I Iff SPRING BODY :: s' -
with Section 236.36,
could with the available funds, but reason at all why we cannot do the election for the purpose of determining ik .
da States 1961 and in compli- IS .EDD1SH- :,
and when you divide it up three ways, same. We are not asking] our people : whether or not bonds

ance with the 'Statutes ,it does not do much good, or go to,do 'something new; this program shall be issued in an amount, : -- 1i f7 ,.
of Florida do petition "
Laws ,
.very far. has ,been tried and proven not exceed the sum of :
Board of Public --
I ; Our present schools -do nit have $400,000.00. to be used to meet 'n A SMALL STUBBY D/V/M DUCK THE sizeOF ,
of Hamilton County '
I Instruction adequate library facilities. The library the costs of completing! said. R DY A TEAL INHABITS LAKES PONDS '.
hh, Florida, to ussue Bonds of said Legal Advs. . \J \ :
of the
considered the heart projects. A.':
is .a
i' Our children A motion was made,by Mr. Matthews -
I educational
ILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA *'. need the advantages of a well e- COURT. IN AND FOR that the above and foregoing DUCKFLORIDA ,QUAY 0 WEIGHT 1&LBS 0 LEN6'TI'1TO' Yt. -;rr !
'quipped library with a full time I HAMILTON COUNTY. I resolution be adopted This motion .
not to exceed FLORIDA IN PROBATE 17 INCHES 0 NOT A ti.4
I in an amount (I certified librarian. ; SITTING was seconded by Mr. Stonnant GOOD TABLE 81ltlJ

I $400,000 in compliance with and provide for all,. IV RKl K tate .f with the} reservation that he is not ...
school can
the Statutes and I lONE MARY P. RII.KY. De**..".
as provided by ,
language program approving or is in favor of con GAME AND FRESH. ,tVATfR FISH COMMISSION
each foreign PERSONS: AND CREDI-
I [ year, a TO ALI '
for the _
Laws of pur
TORS HAYING: CLAIMS AGAINST. solidation. The chairman called for '
which includes a SAID ESTATE:' .vote and those ft 14adopt : ':", -.:.--- :.___.t _..____________....';" ___ __'_ _":' :______":______.:.___________.;. __& : :\ !
Jaboratory. The Vocational voting -----------
I language You and each rofyo3r are hereby '

New Antennas Agriculture Department The can I notified claims and and demands required which to present you any orof' / ,'. i1r- LAY W yN wWH LErnEPRi EiSRiGHTBeNKED!!
and enlarged. '
strengthened .
be either you. may have against th .
i I English Department ; cat;" -offer estate of MARY P. RILJ3Y. dera..4
With 30ft Pole speech late of'said County, to the County
in creative
(courses Judge of Hamilton County, Florida. u .;
I journalism, poetry ,appreciation, at his -office- in the Court house of' 1
installed aid County _at Jasper, Florida, -
I and within six calendar months frpm the I k !
time of the first publl'atlou'of thir 1
Arts "
Industrial Departmentcan -'- ,
$25.00 notice. Each claim or demand must "
be added. This instruction will be in writing and state the place ofresidence
help those whereto not plan to go on and Pont Office address of
Bass T. V. the clalment and sworn to by the .
Shop to college in that: 4hey can be, given
claim*'*)!. hia-agent! or attorney, and .
training in some 1 trade,, A good any claim not 'o filed hall be void.., How COOL 1ne. .
Phone would*include instruction George P. Riley. i.- -
,program! of the IAlllt willI
Executor Your Friendly Store ___ _
in basic electrical work, woodworking I and testament of Mary P. r. .u n _
792-6565 j mechanics mech- I Riley. derra.*.. WILL YOU BE :'
automotive '
First Publication. June 28th. 1963 SEE OUR "NOBLECRAtT" ,
anical drawing, radio and televi- June'U, July 5. 12. 19 1963

O i/fifcnroN/ \ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HAMILTON : Automatic : '
MARY A. WYKOFF. Plaintiff
Color IuYSriARi.QYD: .. ...._ "m UMflP '
i Largest and Finest Heated, Pool TV Lounge !, .
Free Golf Restaurant Cocktail Lounge.Plann.d E. WYKOFF. Df'fd..t SINGLE i ;
i iI
Entertainment Deluxe Rooms and Efficiencies I'THORITY OF TilE STATE OF D iI IT $11.88
Efficiencies from $63 per*tc.. 1--: a" TOnHARLAND E. WYKOFF. Whose iI ... .
BeJiooii*from $&0 per wk, '_ re fdeoCe and address U unknown.
JS>'sworn bill of complaint hiring : I .. ,f? ;
See your Travel Agent or writ. gt+ i- been filed in. this Court against you. T DUALCONTROL 12.88!
O8ttTCOKDESMgr. F the relief therein sought being divorce t+. ;
and other relief you are re- /4
I _. .:
Phone quired to answer said' complaint on ', ?
Cl 2-0431 1 ," or before July 5 1963. furnishing to C. -

A.Attorney Avriett.a Jasper copy ,thereof Florida..else Plaintiff's decree TWIN SIZE ._........ .......?... 10.88

pro confesso will. be- entered againstyou. ,
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Witne nfy hand and the official 100% Nylon Binding 2'Year Guarantee
seal of this Court at Jasper Florida.
this 4th day of June A. D. 1963. .
Thelma Lewis i -I' '
'Clerk of Circuit 'Court' of DACRON.. FILLED :
Hamilton County ,
By Alice Jones D. C.
11 11 (SEAL) PILLO'VSWashable
Co' A. AvriettJasper \ _
Hilt AttANTKAVI mmmm I I
I 1t June 7. 14. 21. 2.Julyi
BEACH, no.,0, 'a Reg 2.98
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ttL IJ Now 2 for $$' ,
/ ,
ti Buece fa'
( yB'PlIPJ .

-i +f iJr t t '-.

At least the fish is gong jn! RIVER
the refrigerator.. How'a'bou'lyou PAN I
Yes, we know our business, 1
? Imagine opening the
and by know-ink this, we can j if door and walking into cool _

j pass on savings to )'tIU. We f .'Gfl D8'Js only great patience"Ilarffon air conditioned comfort. It I i CAMFJ..OTSHEETS

offer electrical I costs less than you think. : BLANKETS
a complete : ser I
vice. ..- We might be presumptuous Phone today. See how you a

r enough to amend this by saying can be living better with '. f Reg. 2.98

0 j I, that''m cH'genius is only greatpatience' electric air conditioning for .. SALE PRICE
For it must have ,I the rest of the summer .

USED TrV been patience dedicated, unswerving $ .00 I
: '
: 3k j'S patience .that has con Save Now on this fine 2 S
ONLY $50- tnbuted so greatly to mankind's quality bedding. for .
h advances down through: the cen !

USED tunes Probing the unknown and 72x84 Inches various colors

placing''' together the infinitely __ 94% Rayon ,

Refrigerator complex jigsaw patterns of $189
life has been a generally slow '

72x99-Reg2.29' ......
but consistent endeavor. --- ,< BEDSPREADS
s It'Ipl.IIIhOr3.I'nie ONLY .
$75 Patience alone cannot go far

To buy my wir. but step by step with genius $198 Hobnail Untlesa

On..Mty In.. SEE THEM the horizons are limited only by Carltaut7A.

i \ YJIIr.&c.. time 81x99 Reg 2.49 ___.....--.. Double & Twin sizes I ,'

BEFORE YOU BUY! Speaking of tone-this is some- _, ''\A. ? j0 Assorted Colors } .;J.

thing jvo can sacs.in wholesale 43 x 36 -- Reg. 59c' 9 Reg $4.98 of I r "
chonkn vrfeea you rely on JASPER /


qiuck. easy pick-op kuadry and j ,48 2 $5'.1 .

/ Dr=KS'* EC>=CT 'ICAL #PI MBIA+GSUPPUFS'* cleaning. Another timesaver POWRtCORr"ORATIOI' CASES ___ NOW for' l :
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and bUdcd'1.' r is fee self .

service equipment available at --- --- You Save At EAGLE'S Where Better Quality Costs Lewr '.
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AGE -FOUR.- ._ y .- ev.- .-:; ;:-:; ::: -THE.c-- :,l- ASP- : E RNiw; : 5, ,. "JAS P E ii'. .F Lit I D;: ,; iW ,:x" U*. ; ,; V : .) iF.nd..yluJy ,5
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i CONSOLI A IQ 1 UOPEONENTS: I yield per acre than any other counity ; -i :. -A-.D ili'T151.N1Gr \, ,upti rOR-' STAPLERS STAPLES

: '. e'5tateo ItiTOiiJit, be interesting OOMPLETEa'BASlC TKALVINQHaroloT 1 "" .. .c :..- I MIMEOGRAPHPAPER
FORCE ON" Y3F ;41b o note here that :-Hamilton1Cmsty 1 PAYS --. 'fi1VTHE : : PAPER '. ,
I :
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has gone from an average J. Budny Torpedeoman White and 'Colon l

4 MARKET, MANAGER M. L. POWELL I have school gone'affairs to the within local the warehouseman county. -/'' ; Wfi' JASPER, .NEWS' 1 .,call. THE JASPER NEWS I 4 THE JASPER NEWS

I II [ and have told them if I served
I I IJ has Sales Supervisor of the Jasper J

You and Your Tobacco Market. 1 Market that they wouM',take their ,

J : I Ii' tobacco somewhere else Now frankly 9f

by M. L Powell I do not deserve either the

credit nor the blame for the pre- y :
1 For quite some time it has been j I i[bacco, the Hamilton County: pro-] A

II my privilege to discuss several!I,ducers have a greater poundage, sent controversy over school c0nHOW'e.er. t; c
solidation. if there are
topics pertaining to education pertinent I I I per acre yield of 681 Ib. in 1941 to I
those who wish to give me credit ::
to Jasper and Hamilton Cowl |I 2169 lbs. in962. Sales 'on the local I
for the I shall be most
ty under the caption. You, and!.,market have gone from 2,800,000 movement. r.,.
Your School". It will be our prr-.|pounds in 1949 .to 4,693352 pounds I II i,happy to wear the label becauseto .
I -. pose to continue! these discussions ,,I in 1961. For the last ten years the me this is one of the most far jt r -4

: and to bring'to you factual reliable ,local market has led all the Florida I,reaching and progressive steps that
I' has undertaken in several -
end professional information markets and _most of the Georgia-: this county
looking towards the best educa- Florida belt in price per pound received years. Nevertheless, I would
f, tional interests of not want to see a single produceror
by the producers who sold I[
either warehousemen a
the boys and on the local market as the following -
,W"' single ,cent because of me or of
j' gIrls o fthis statistics which can be verified I I
como -
b 1
; Statistics
o school
r the controversy.
i' | munity and this,will Year protray: Fla. Avg Jas !!I 1 will show that on an average the 1f
co nty.V" have ,
r <; i has led the state mar-
J\,,,. "" no ulterior or 1953 51.71 53 59 1,local market j j, f
] ket fro 2% to 3 cents a pound for i
f 1' f selfish! motives toI' 1954 54.54 54.57: : i last An unhappypro- ,Seaman, First Class U. S. N has !
the ten years.
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1955 45.93 48.44
i serve except: for completed eleven weeks of basic
ducer! for any reason who carries I Ii I( I \ Ji
I': (the greatest possible -' 1956 48.70 4890 I| training at Naval Training Center I I
good for all 1957 56.78 58:76: i Ibis: leaf to another market stands 1 I t Great Lakes IlL Upon completion'.

I j lour people. Thissveeke 1958 57.27 59.55 to lose from $5.00 to $6.00 on each I tl of basic training he was transferred !
I I would 1959 58.77 60.91 ,pile of such tobacco based on a to'the Natal Annex at Key West t _

I like to deviate from my usual discussion I 1960 56.62 59:44: ten year average. J would not want I I Florida for a course in Advanced,
I I 1961 60.81 61.93 I with ] -
of educational matters and even those who are unhappy I:Undersea weapons. 5-- '- :
share with you some of the things 1962 56.22 58.69 I me to run such risks and certainlyI 'l 1 '
that I have observed and learned! These statistics should be most I! would not want the local ware- f After completion of this course inj i 4! J

while serving as sales supervisorof impressive and inviting to the local s I i housemen to lose over a contro- Key West he, had a three weeks)f

the Jasper Tobacco Market, producers. There are two basic I I versy for which they are not tq leave which Jie spent in Jasper I!
with his"mother I
In the first place the local tobacco factors that stand behind the statistics I jblame nor in any way responsible and step-father;

market is one of the most One is that Hamflon axm-I',' Personally.' : am not sore"at anyone [Mr.and Mrs. E. C. Lashley. Harold j t'

Important economic assets of Hamilton ty soil and farmers for his position on school consolida E. Bundy"Eddie) is the grandson |
County both' to the producer excellent quality ,of tobaccowhich' tion. Our American'way of life I II lot I the late W. E Culbreth and!

and to the warehousemen. This is the buyers want & second the market I Rives to each of us the right to I I 1 rrs.. Berta Culbreth. 'I

natural because' Hamilton County has been fortunate in having I for moor own opinion on this and I.Eddie is now being stationed at

is the l logical .setting jt for.'a strong'[warehousemen with the knowledge any other public matter that comes New London Conmtcut where he J
and thrivTng')narket.- n additzon to Iknow how and the personal interest I before us. However is order not "will take another 11 weeks course. :> x.r.

,growing a very Mine quality of to*.Jof! their customers in order to. get ito cause the local tobacco market tin .submarine school. .

the highest dollar for their tobacco. l any embrassment whatsoveer and I Don't you read before you buy ?
I Certainly I would not want to(so that no producer will have to go

.;' LONG TERM: see anything upset the continued the inconvenience or run the risk of Sales Supervisor of the Jasper To- Most people generally do. can always check back; the message is still
LOANS growth and progress of this marketIn losing by selling his tobacco on an- bacco ing and resigning my position as f Not only do they.read; they cut out and show there even if your attention is distracted.
Market for the
? other market and that the local
so .
0 I fact, 1":would like very much to ''m'ay have to .: I ads to their family and friends; they clip When you add it up print advertising-the
warehousemen not
Thru the ; be' able to add to its, growths Although I coupons for.information and samples. ..jI> kind you read in this newspaper-makes sense.
chief interest ues in the run:the risk of losing any tobaccotha son.FILE When_people see advertisement*in print And because it measures up to the buying
I FEDERA1 LAND BANK j my: : i I an.
Is sold the local
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ordinarily? on
-- direction of educational growth:and GUIDES they can compare designs .-,features .and habits of most consumers print make sal-
3621525Fedehrf : market In fact, for
Live Oak. reasons
: happy,ito 1 1t prices of nationally known products and serve
progress, most: / see ;
I "; : -: which I.tiV m to"be of best interestto A. to Z" .. ices. (And people do compare before they buy.)
Land Bank
and help promote growth-ahd progress : f
; : the local tobacco market I am .'. -&Iv ') -' : The Jasper ews.:
., in other areas within-oor'com freely and voluntarily rellnquish-t THE JASPER NEWS 1,_:_ .: .Advertising''in'print is'a bandy thing. You S : v
I i munity and-county. I have been .

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\ PAGE SIX I ,, 'i. _, :" '''; _'., THE. JASPER NEWS_ \..JLASPER.- FLORIDA I Friday, July 5, 1963

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Final Tally Made (I IIi:1962 ACP 'Pr.ogresstRepOrt JENNINGS I INEWS I New Doctor 'To I r I II I II I w. S. C. S. TO MEET

I'I -,CAMS ;I{i The W.S.C5. of the Methodist.
] Join
On WheatReferendum ClinicDr.
Jasper I{church wiH meet Monday July, 8*

OBITUARIES"MARTHA HOFH* ,at 3:30 p.m.at the home .of Mama,
A total of 293 Hamilton County I by Ray'Nell Burnett Fred Mickler announced this [Bryan. All".. members and .friends: *

f farmers volunteered to become week that Dr: Rawls of THANKS ', to" attend.'
Mr. and Mrs; W. W. Ken and Ocala will 'are urged.. ',:i, ,
partners with Uncle Sam last year I join him in'the MickZer! ; I ... ."."
.Chairman .
M. T.MHer of -theAgricultural -.: r q All .' : daughter Linda visited Mrs...Hattio Clinic to, I '-' '
Stabilization and Conservation ;;'. -.... Irf 1' 1 f' -- -- .' :In conservation work on their;Wynn the past week. *' *:,,. .: : '" J''practice! medicine. n Hamilton, county I -

Committee this week announced I farms; according to Clyde Payne j Mr and Mrs. A. L. PoQock andKathleen fa about two weeks. I wish to thank my friends for !I REID\"ION. -

final results of the May JANE. PERKINS' *,and of the Conservation Agricultural Service"Stabilization: office. spent Sunday in CJyatti -1': Dr.. Rawls and his wife Billie,,the beautiful flowers many cards, 1', The Qardy reunion win be held:

21 referendum on marketing quotas 1.11'50' Martha Jane ,Perkins .69, "That's the number 'of farms I i am glad to know that Danny I have four children: Cindy Lou s.I prayers and visits during my stay Sunday July 7, at the Clardy ceme-
for the the 1964 wheat crop. A resident of Jacksonville died at her ;Jim Jr. 6, Bill 18 months, and Curt.in Hamilton County Hospital. May I tery. All relatives are requested to
total of 122,856 wheat producers home there Monday morning July I that took Conservation part in the 1962 Agricultural i]: Wendell and Ramrod Lee spentSundaY' I(6 months.. .God love and keep you.Sincerely I I be here and all friends are invited.
Program (ACP I
j jic with their cousin in Ga.
'voted in the referendum. Nationally 1,. Mrs. Perkins was a former said. i i j I|! Dr. Jim Rawls was born in Ocala I 1 r
i Mrs. Roscoe Abell Tues- ,
,}47.8. percent! favored marketing resident of Hamilton County. Sur- 'attended high school in Alta BennettWe 1.
day with Mr. and Mrs. A. Jackson-l TAYLOR ROBERSOX REUNIONSunday
quoi i. Thi jjiprrrpafed i= with a total ivivors are one daughter, Mrs. Preliminary reports on the 1962 parents vile, and attended college

vote'*<>f 22 'hTHamilton County anda John Ballard, Jacksonville, four ACP show that 298 farmers in this .:L.I PoI ock. the ;leyan in Athens, Tennessee, and desire to express to our Tdnd June 30, The Taylor and

"yes" vote of 32 percent, the sons, Thomas Perkins,, and! Arthur county earned $61,926.00 in federal' hope everyonewall enjoy the University trf Florida graduating neighbors and thoughtful' friendsour Roberson Families met for their
of '
chairman said. Carter, both of Jacksonville, John- cost-shares for conservation work 4th July. : in 1952. with a B.S. degree He heartfelt thanks for their many first joint reunion at the VFW home-

Since marketing quotas were not file Carter, Detroit, Mich.: ; Walter on their farms. All o fthis money Miss Faye Lucae is spending the faTwin played guard two years for the Ga- expressions of sympathy at the in Jasper There were about one
week with her grandmother '
approved by the necessary two-' Carter, Artemus, Ky.,' one sister, I'has j already been put into circulation i i Lakes tors while there. After this he was death of our daddy Ander Cnbbs hundred fifty persons present in-

thirds of the farmers voting in the Mrs. Lucindy Meeks, Artemus' one :i in purchasing materials for i in service in the Army counterintelligence i The beautiful floral offerings were chiding visitors. They came from

referendum, quotas will not be in brother Robert. Bays, Rock Hold, i 1 the conservation practices. A am glad to .know that Danny corps, and was discharged especially' appreciated.Mrs. as New Jersey to the North and

effect for the 1964 crop. Ky. The ASC county committee processed Sauls is home from the hospital. as sergeant in 1954. He then Elaine Urbaniak. Bradenton and Vero to the South.

The final percentage in favor Funeral services were held Tuesday I 788 purchase orders total- I Marsha and Betsy Blair are ;Petersburg. Mrs. Edna MurgroveMrs. Judge J. H McCormick gave the-

of the quota program was about 4 Funeral p.m, in chapel Home of' The Harry Rev T. ing 54 ,620.59. 'spending, several, leeks with their t He attended the Universiity Sarah Griffin welcoming address and Rev. Travis

the same as the preliminary announced Willie Reid' Crews officiated.' J.J I "These payments are made to i I grandparents Mr.. and Mrs. Blair :of Florida Medical School earninghis Mrs. Louise Gay Cater was guest minister
22 which showed vendors-folks who sen trees and; of Jacksonville. Mrs. Gladys Ayers
on May Pallbearers were: Harvey Knight M.D. in 1962. Internship hasand After a bounteous repast, a short
47.79 percent favoring quotas. Samuel Home; Harry Hill Edgar !grass seed, other seed used for*! Mr. and Mrs E..T. Whitaker r been in Mound Park Hospital in :Mr Jerry Cribbs business meeting was eJd. Mrs.
Chairman :Miller said that the Davis, Kenneth Tuten, Raymond I cover, or contractors who' sell serf Pete and Mr. and. Mrs. Ttso mas St. Petersburg.J .. I MrC: B. C. Cribbs Onnie Goolsby remains as Chairman -

current situation on wheat is tha Hines, '. f vices like bulldozing: So; thisj' i Whitaker of Sanford boosts 'our
price support on the 1964 will money directly local I their daughter, Mrs. Melvin Pal- FLY YOUR FLAG ON THE plans to
crop Interment was in Evergreen the Corbett house across from the I\ meet each year on the last
be available to producers who stay Cemetery in Jasper: economy/, Clyde said. .lock this past week Methodist I FOURTH OF JULY Sunday in June.

within their allotments The national I Clyde also pointed out that the' Mr. WiHy Beel 'Was in the hos-j t Church.SPRINGS'I' ,

average price support rat government share is less than 50> pital this past week ;,
will be set at 50 percent of July 1 ANDER CRIBBS percent of the total cost. The far-|(f Mr. and Mrs. S" SI| Hill and,
1964 parity At current parity, that I stands 'James spent Sunday with daughter -' (j ?
Ander Cribbs, 61 resident of Jasper mers the remainder of the i 1' NEWS I P
rate would be $1.25 a bushel. .
was killed last Thursday night cost, putting up cash labor, ma Mrs. George Perry j
..There will be no penalties on with a cutting"scrape with his nep- terials and equipment. Mr. Jim Lucas is in Lake city''' by Mrs. Mary Collins
marketing from al hospital.
phew. "Next time you'reout: for a. | I withMOORE
tments. However, overplanting o Mrs. Mollie Kay Kilpatrick is
fe Survivors are five daughters, drive, "Clyde suggested, "'look I ;
1964 allotments would reduce th Mrs. Leon Musgrove and Mrs. around at some of the fine t FLORIDA FOREST I enjoying) a nice visit with her two I REGISTERS

acreage' history credit for future Thomas Griffin of Jasper; :Mrs. I work being done: conservation in'our1 SERVICE' REPORTS sisters from out of town Miss Jean
allotments. Wheat producers were Mrs. Louise and I Elizabeth Waldron. I REGISTER FORMS
Bennie Ayers and county You're a partner fa these I1, The Florida Forest Service headquarters '
of their 1964 wheat allot
notified .. Gay, both of Jacksonville, Mrs. projects. You benefit from.w. additional -. in Hamilton County rnThe f W. S. C. S. had its month AND ACCESSORIES '
ments to the referendum.
prior Roy Urbaniak, Pensacola, two sons income in the county and I ports the following information on meeting Monday night in the

B. C Crflbbs and Jerry Cribbs from the assurance that our county woods fires fought'and suppressed I I Educational Building at the Metho-
FISHING LICENSE Jacksonville. Two sisters, Mrs. dist Church
resources of soil There were nineteen
water and; in the county during theseven past;
Sarah Jane Wright' Lake City, Mrs ;members and 3
I woodlands are being cared for and I1 day piriod: i visitors present. .
DUE FIRST OF JULY Creasie Williams of St. Petersburg. improved-which I '!Vice President, Mrs. Beverly Bul- 1M.
I means plenty of f Number
fires 1, Acres burned 1
Funeral services were held Sat- I good nutrious food lard called meeting to order, and
Deadline for the 1963-64 fishing1ng I warm cloth 1.2, Number of fires since Jan .1 I
urday 4. p.m. in Friendship Baptist ing are going to be available for lied the group in prayer. Mrs. Jean
licenses was midnight June 30. i this year 36, Acres burned since
The Rev.
Church near Jasper. Connor the
us alL"inere gave program on preparing -
Fishermen are advised that Wildlife Jan. 1 this year 01.2
Austin Kelly, and Rev. -- your children for suffering.
Officers will conduct a t Stewart officiated.Mr. i This story touched the hearts of

fresh effective'water fishing license check and Mrs. .Clinton, Zipperer "Are There Few That Be Saved?" I Jail that were present. The hostes-

July L sang two songs: Precious *jses, 'M rs. Orrie Kendrick and Mrs.Virginia .
Memor-I .... .... .. :i;hwr
,ies..and.No Tears in { Carver presented cards ..... 1 Y. r
Persons violating the provisionsof may be those who'read { ,
hearers were: RufuS&Anderson, |proper knowledge and sows that. to those having birthdays this r.il.OdM.r
fishing license law be the two previous articles'on'
may thisj2
fined not less than ten dollars, nor Bill Norris Cecil Moody Johnny,subject who felt secure 'fa:"their I.{zeal avail without knowledge is to no|I month and a nice arrangement of Nt./.w-t.-I'ew t.tile sw-: a R.sis arsW.A
notice his
as we words about
than Hogan, Maurice Bennett. t flowers in memory of Miss Mary .
more three hundred dollars$ understanding that -
they had' enjoyed Gods hosen T. L-4 1-
or imprisoned Interment was in Friendship nation Isreal in Romans -[Alderman who has departed. At the ....: sea
not to exceed ninety some form of emotional ex-lj(! i' } .. S
10:13. "Brethren '
days. Cemetery. perience in my hearts close of the meeting :Mrs. 'OrrieI1 :" ._JJ_ ""-u- S
Fishermen obtain their Harry T. Reid Funeral Home I given their hand to past"the, and have desire and prayer to God for Isreal I I I Kendrick and Mrs. Virginia Carver i cMr..a-w.....1M-... _
may; preacher, J;is that they might'be saved Fbr I
in served delicious luncheon with
charge. 11 a
1963-64 fishing license at the officesof was and as it is so often said, "Joined :,1 bear them record that they have a I'I'punch and cake. i iI
all the church 'THE JASPER NEWS
County Jupdges and their of their choicer Others 'zeal -
authorized SPIRIT Duplicator .legal. feel ; of God but not according to:j The .W.S.CJS. gave a reception
sub-agents throughoutthe paper secure, at ease and are staking I '
state. and standard size New Offic their eternal salvation on some knowledge.], For they being ignorant i and pounding for Rev. Harry God- I c: si::;** BecisicB. fit IKISTCI. roan MI era MB w HSIICSSr
'of God's
righteousness, and gDing
Phone jdard and family. This was a token
tfc. religious experience vision :
or not
jabot; t to establish their '
once mentioned by Christ his'1 own ngheeousness of appreciation to welcome them ftI CnItJ lilt,...
I or have not submitted themselves -:''back for another '" .._ .
vation.apostles as part of the plan of sal- into the righteousness of God I year.

I i The phophet of old Jeremiah byname
I Others feel at ease because they I fV"". ;'
realized that man must look .
iCDtribute..to their church which .
to Qod for guKJarice t ; authority in
CLASSIFIED fn turn uses the money t do many all things when tjel wrote m J er.1 ON HOW WELL F/Srt CAN SEE F/ZIP OF. ,. (, V :; .t f"::

I wonderful works of benevolence, 10:23 "0 LordI know that the way ONE THEORY l IS THAT FISH V/S/oN LZPT EYE

1 and therefore must be right. I wish of man is not in himself: it is not HAVE GOOD CLoseup VISION (MoNOcuCAR.

.HAAS ,to set forth in this article some tin man that walketh to direct his 11 _, BUT SEE POOKLYATA, D;STANCf V/5/oty) :10'
gospel facts which should help to own footsteps." e SIDE VISIONFISH' Ges. .. COMMON .?,-
open the eyes of such deluded pre- "I fJELD of
I Even in our day we know that TWO SEPARATE ,YiS/ONQOTHEY'S ,
cious souls: to the truth of God's'.
holy ,word .few win be saved because too 'IMA0E
In many are going; about to establish SNJ
Matt.7:21-23 Jesus gives us F/EtD
a preview of how ht> will deal with their, own righteousness ,and will G of Yis oN
those who have been religiously de- not submitt to the righteousness of RIGHT EYf

I ceived at the judgement. "Not God. .$ .RETRACTOR MOM OCtlLA C r,
everyone that saith unto me Lord I I 1 Paul speaks of the old Testamentas ., LEwrIS v/sioN) '. .. ,

REPAIRS-We repair all typeTV Lord shall enter the Kingdom of a school master. to bring us to ,. -...-":..
FARMERSMONEY and radios also small appliances. sHeaven but he that doeth the will Christ that we might be justified by 4 RfT/NA '. .

Mannings Radio Service Many wil say unto me in that day, !I(I faith therefore in our next article RETRACTOR' LENT1S FOCUSES THE .. x .,
for farm Jasper. '792-<<21. Lord, Lord, have we not prophecied the Lord willing I want to make a I
your opera- tic j GLOBULAR LENS OF THE FISH EVE ,\.,,
tions' at reasonable cost. Terms FURNISHED. APARTMENT Fo .iin name and in the name hath j'I I detailed study of the church in the j LENS )P>,PULLS T&r/AKP THE '
to fit your needs. Loans up to rent upstairs. Call 792-6331. R0bert rcast,' our devils? and .in thy name I I wilderness and since Paul says in ]I FiSN DISTANTVjSfO' I MOVES AWAY FROM .'
7 years. Can North Florida Production Ehlert. Reg. Real Estate Broker done many wonderful works And Romans 15:4 there things were
[written for our :learning see if we EYE OPTK NE ReTINA FOR NEAR VISION, 0 JUST LIKE !.
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave tfc then will I profess unto them, I j FVE

Live Oak. Tel 362-2588) never knew you: depart from me can continue to answer the ques- I .::..,', FOCUSING A CAMERA LENS ON FILM .'. ,\
''tion -fully. "Are there few 3
SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS ye that work iniquity. j more. J
Paul of who / ''that' be saved." I II IJ : HAS NO
I I Best of condition. Pric- speaks those have a '" RETRACTOR'
USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR JI ed to sell. Mannings Radio Service zeal to do good and a zealot I J Kenneth E. Thomas 'Box 2261 ; RETINA LEMTIS .CURVATURE OF Id ". .

Sale.. Good condition. $40 and Jasper phone 792-4421 tfc I God and his word but without the i i Jennings Ph. 9 -209L I HUMAN LENS IS AR1U5 :'". _

50. Mannings Radio Renair.. Jas. f LENS ASLH 6g 0lfa OFfiSH r ,
per. phone 792-4421 tic Upright
OprK '
practice piano ,in good condition. ;
SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field $l5O June Montgomery.; 792-6751 tfc -_" NER YE h10RE FOR CLO&VP S '

Cleaning, J. W. Darby, Jasper, 9icnie "
Call 792-3801 -tfc GOOD USED TV Installed for C d+ FJ.OItIDI'f GAME AND FRESH W 4 7 Z FISH i
100.00 and CDMMS'ON"f
up." Mannings :Radio u
FOB SALE Lot on Suwanne Service._ 792-4421.. JasPer. tic : s tR.Ite tt..

RIver at Suwanneo. Springs. Rea- .
sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert. Real WANTED Person to,work parN Tuv'O C a / 1 > '.
Estate Broker. 792-6331 tfc J I. time. Make credit reports in Jasper : :

I I It Ml, Florida details, Box 1487 Jacksonville ita- t .-.., GOOD TIME FOR A r Ordtr Your Trousseau of F ,


We will give a FREE Lube.Job FOR SALE Kbhler & Campbell, .

with each oil change-for a I Milton, 40-inch console piano I Wedding Stationery
limited time only! mahogany finish, and matching .I
.Firestone Tires bench. Returned from rental. .
.Delco Batteriesat Big discount for cash. Can be fin- I "
-- competitive prices! anced Colonial House of Music: II
FRED TAYLOR'S I 1108 N. Patterson, Valdosta, Telephone ]. Exquisitely; ; Th.rmogrCfYe by :, i

TEXACO STATION* I CH 42934. J5c ( I .
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Jasper Telephone 792-2903) FOR SALE OR RENT Won- ----------------.1... .... .'. YouU'b* to proud el yew JeveJy- J nefiooery, don In 1 t cvtffwfytott correct

FARMS WANTED IF YOU I der Bar. Also one deep well 1 M
would like to sell-your farm, Pump,.$75..and 4 room-House on I I'' .. . end pad to t pbewd. ot t1e wmlbt[! price mod posh,

see us. We have call' for lanDS'I2. acres Jasper.land $1800.- Wonder Bar I I : by Isfflovs CoreMt Thetw.m..... ,

week.W.. L. Fla. J5p I
every Bryan, Reg. I /
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY I .v ijTj
2-2985 or SY 2-6331 : sticks SALE at mill- Cypr& tobacco I I _' -' 3 WetidMs .Mr..e11lI to1Ia Cards .

--- -- Madison ,one, nite south of 1 #> ,=' .. & 181m If r., StatIoI., j

Georgia Plate Glass Co. 973-6334 after on State Road Girlie S phone In a .Len. ..= IRrIelietle .WonD Nos ,
pjn. Ragans. -
.Store Fronts Madison Florida J26c KODAK -Cameras, 1, GIN d..JPlI<<* otoommsd Ncrm;

.Mirrors Keslhrered :f: :' AI.... ,Mor ---4 .
.Tub Enclosures. Showers NEEDED' Bright new day in the pleasure of picture-taking! 1 : AMun.. lnll'

215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-52S5 VISIT FRIER MUSCJ.: COMPANY
VALDOSTAFOR %' ** With a Kodak Instamatic camera, you load uufentf/' auto-
I. in Live Oak. Florida-jbr:: all.your maf/coJ//, so it's easier..*han'ev r to fake good )p:ncuret. No A tunttto mkdfon el comet+ djrftt ,

RENT- Two bedroom house .musical needs from/pxga&s. and threading no fumbling k .fibs cartridges drop rightin PROMPT DBIYERt3A
in Jasper.. $35.00 month. Call 792- pianos to records and Record i play- !There four '
fels-ell with .
54es cameralftO flesh_Units :. ... Yew il.tlslsa sadwlfriwtt
tfc F8* : tic and they all take color sBdet, color snaps, and black-and-: .. . e.aa+ei fir 161. l

I ATfZTE'S FOOT f i. white pictures.Come in'an choose 1M one that*right Mr you.VTlie t

WANTED Family: to work on HOW TO TREAT:TT .. ." ",,i'" V' "
small Dairy farm: Only reliable \ J" -

persons'need apply. L Q Jackson Apply instant,,drying T-4-L. You J $15.95' COMplete wnersl evHlts. from ; .J "I''J. ..t

Mayo, Fla., phone '794-3871; J12c eel it take 49tft? > .
SZ&& KUWttfea fa"3 to 5>> k : -;) .
PIANO FOR SALE PRACTICEUPRIGHT days, watch iafv Mff HEa slough: : CenterN See eWS

FOR $50 UP. RECON off. Watch.healtfe "artn'replace it. Sport 3aspe

DlTIOlHOUSE If not please IN ONE.HOUR,,your t 'rbe
OF MUSIC, 1)08 N. 46c back at any.durg Store Sfew-at; ...
TALDOSTA. Tk 'PA'rrERBON.j Wise's Drug Store or,Kayr3'a' I( PARK SHOPPMG CENTER:" DOsTA. -
a. ,Stag- Jasper. A : Jt6c: : : Tel epl: hone CH2-7762 -. -'-; ... J .. ... .. _. _" ..

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I FridaY July 5, 1963 : : ;: :_,< R Sttt THE JASPER NEWS.. '. J ASP ER. FLO: R I DJ'L _-. .. PAGE SEVEN

th noolbe:; ii:" Apostles*,'" Tampa, on busiiness.J ,: 1 MURDER '
] News
Jasper 'mtbIJ Hospital -
J has accepted !
: 3ust
because' .
: '. < a posi-
jiAW. ...,. .. .... d...... : tkw' '- .. .
was factory ofCambosea "r'-
gLk representative
; "
. Mrs. Eugene Williams left Thursday '' Science Equipment; Co.t(Seniors I .' ,
'forDallas'Tezas to greet her of Boston, Mass, His ,
i 1.\ headquarters. ; e-->, -> ..Three Gainesville men were charged with first degree -
, ..._ f"-- grandson born June 26 at Baylorhospital. will be in Dallas and his territorythe __ -
!: hi It murder
.5 this week
I, Southeast and Southwest 15 i Entertained- Or on Monday of in connection with
little is
The fell the
o son
/ -
the death of Ander Cribbs in fight his home about
(Continued from Page i} of Laurence and Imogene Williams states. a at
Miller. He weighed 7 lbs. 13% oz. J. W. has been teachingin Dallas j On the morning..of graduation three miles.south of Jasper. The knife fight occurred last

den Club wants help and would. . for a number of years and advanc-{Mr. and Mrs. W. R. flail entertained PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL JULY 3 Thursday evening authorities reported and Cribbs diedin
it. ing his education in Science ,
accept I in the
I :Mrs. Vera Rhoden visited Mr I the Jasper High School Seniors I
The lunch was enjoyed as always \ summer schools. It was his knowledge Steve Lamb the front yard of his home shortly after.The .
and Mrs. Laurie Murray in Lake with a coca-cola party in the Clarence
, with enthusiasm. of Science that occasionedhis Phillips murder :charges were placed
City and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schuce school cafeteria. Invited Jesse Mitchell "
new job. guests against Calvin Harvey 47, his After Harvey felt to the dirt

I'I think nothing gives more satis- in Gainesville, .the. past. weekend J. W. married Miss Nowa Farris were the principal teachers, and Irvin (Bo) BembryMrs son Jackie (Buddy) Harvey, IS, Buddy Harvey grabbed a knife

} faction to a normal woman as clea- of Dallas, They have 2 children f I secretaries of Jasper Efemenjtary Lugine Holton and Carlton Harvey 16, on Monday from his father's hand and began
t ning out old storage. "Goodwill Mrs. Dot Bowyer of Tampa Jeffne 7 and Stan 5. and High Schools and the Mrs: Joyce Wells after a coroner's inquest conducted cutting Cribbs. He stabbed the

'Industries in Jacksonville (could spent the weekend with her mother i members of the county, school Mrs. Linda Wetherington by county judge John McCormick older man under the right shoulderand

1 be duplicated in smaller towns) Mrs. C.. J. Ryan.. Mrs. Virginia Bourley Vickers, office. superintendents Mrs. Mildred,Avriett the sheriffs department reported. Cribbs staggered away to his

accepts gifts of old furniture, old 37, native of Leesburg died Tues The refreshments tables 'were' Mrs. Sara C. Abel Deputy Russell Rhoden reportedthat truck which was parked nearby,
I clothes and what have you and j. .My beautiful flag was here whenwe day morning in an Orlando hospital -I'covered with white linen cloths. Baby Boy Wells the fight was the result of an the deputy explained.

, gives work to the unemployed got home Sunday afternoon and. after" a brief illness- One table held a large Baby Boy Hayes argument concerning Harvey's Rhoden said Cribbs opened the
r sells the stuff or gives it away as Tm flying it today July 4th for the She was a graduate of the Lees- of white glads arrangement and- Susie Brown (cot) daughter 15. Rhoden said Harvey, i door of the truck, sat down on the
( mums
\ the case may require: And leaves first time. "Long may it. wave/ burg High..Schoo ..m JDGS an44atec..,carnations The"otherlable'; .was- "Eddie Johnsonlcol..l. I "w.Js. bi nephew, was ang ,running bQard, then t fjl! into t flft
4lcSiitosh -rC :j'.a: 1
j> .- -... ,to-JTHHJvith va*more orderly garage? .N',1tMt .i .,!, ... .: was graduated 'fromMVuTiams" '&;'centered on graduation a black Janie eol because Cribbs had. asked his I I cab of the vehicle.

t' That's what we did one morning. The Hiram Curry's who came Mary College. Mrs. Vickers and mortar-board ,on top of the world. Willie Jefferson Jr. (col.) daughter for a date several weeks Calvin Harvey was taken to a!

In the afternoon we shopped: dawn last week on a Saturday with her husband Major A. J" Vickers: {Very pretty and tatty refreshments PATIENTS DISCHARGED Gainesville hospital near death

downtown went to the "OldBooks' his parents Air; and Mrs. W. R. I were living at Scott Field, EL,!"were served: two kinds'of dips with SINCE LAST. 'WEEK: ago.The deputy said Harvey was from loss of blood after the fight.
Curry of Metter, Ga. are locatingin where he ff:>- the time he and the
house which advertises was with Headquarters (i crackers and potato chips pimento drinking at Buddy and Carlton Harvey werebeing -
12,000 books and I'm sure the esti Charleston S. C. after a year Communicatioin Service for Scott cheese ribbon sandwiches open fan J. D. Sills two young men arrived at Cribbs' held in Hamilton County jail. -

mate is on the undersideIts Dent at Harvard University in Field. I I Jed turkey salad sandwiches cakes Mrs. Thelma Daniels home Thursday night. Harvey Cribbs funeral service was conducted -

kinda dirty place "i washed Boston. Dr. Curry will combine Funeral Services' were held ''iced in green and white ,and cokes. Emory Casleberry pulled a .22 caliber pistol on Cribbs Saturday afternoon at

my hands when I got home and teaching with his practice. Thursday at St. James) Episcopal ]j' After being served .the seniors Frank McKinnon but the older man jumped him witha I Friendship Baptist Church.:

cleaned the germs off the books church. I'.and guests were seated at tables Dannie Sauls pocketknife: and cut him severely A coroner's jury ordered that all

with mineral spirits. That is if Mr. and Mrs.: .Marvin Bennett I Several members of the Drew'marked by white place mats. The Jimmy: Rance Andrews in the stomach and on the face and I three Harveys be held for grand

there are such things as germs. i and children of Albuquerque N/ Vickers Sr. family here attendedthe .center arrangement of each table I- Cody Smith arms during the fight, Rhoden said jury which will convene August 19.
.. .. .. services. I Mrs Ethel Norwood
Mexico (he with the Air 'Force} j+was a bud vase with a white carna
Bob and Tempi Dreucher and visited the parents Mr .and Mrs. tion. Each place was marked witha W. A, Anderson KILLED
Tommy Dubas Jacksonville is Grover Wheeler : '
boys left Monday morning for a Jim 'BennetofJennings and the black mortarboard as favors. I
3 weeks vacation. first spending 2 weeks with his grandparents .. Mrs.. Mamie Deas
They go May...Curreys in Jasper. They have Each senior was. presented witha
to St. Petersburg to visit Bob'smother returned, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mil- gilL Mrs. Maude Hyers

Mrs. Eleanor Dreucher and ton. Dickie and Elaine his sisters, ,j Assisting with serving and hos- Charles O'Cain I
sister Mrs. Barbara Ray-then to : (had their visit two weeks earlier. pitality were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bessie>Lee Daniels (col.) misjudgement in passing resulted ;Castleberry. 67 and Lucile Kelly.
Pensacola and probably the Carolinas Seventeen (17 years ago a Frank New They are all children of Margaret I,iTickel of Plant City Mrs. Wade Baby Girl Daniels (col.) I I in the death of two women 65, of Decatur, Georgia. They were
before they return. York City manufacturer and Ben Dubas. : .PecoJa Hayes (col.) the only passengers in this car.
Javis Bar- Norris, Mrs. Ranee Andrews and 1 1I 1 in a Tragic accident about eight
Page married" Virgingia While Dickie & Elaine were here Miss Andrews. James Arline (cot) I I The driver, Emory Castleberry
field daughter: -&*the late W. W. Pam and Rex Mitchell I Sherry I James eeL miles north of Jasper on Route 41
Mrs. Bookie Ray (Barbara) grand ohil- j Lee .( ) .was hospitalized for observation,
Barfiejd andsj'>Molly Barfield dren '! .. Tuesday morning at 10:30 .but
and children of St. Pete recentlywere also and living just across the -- a.m. released later.
guests of the Bob!Dreschers who is 'a colnsin'of.' the late'Drew L. street: took the occasion to spend Dear Mr. and Mrs.: Dail .I GET WORK PERMIT The accident' investigated by ,I The 1962 Buick's passengers were

Eddie continued his visit with Bob* Vickers of Jasper. :This Frank everynight of the Cousins visit ;, Mrs Perry and; Seniors, FOR WAREHOUSE WORK Trooper R. G. Russell of Florida not injured. Besides the driver the
> '
and David and returned. home this Javis PagtfTnade the filter for the with the same grandparents. It was i i I' Just a line to let you know I Highway Patrol and Deputy Sheriff car contained Lila Hamilton 36,
week. |Astronaut: :Gordon Cooper capsule.i ja riotous happy time. 'arrived home safely.. Mrs Grace Stephens, Director of Russell Rhoden occurred near of Akron, Ohio and in the back seat

'. i Mrs, Graham v"Black: : recently re- I I i I would like once again to thank I I Special Services Hamilton County Avriett's Store on Route 4L i.I were Beverly Lynn Hamilton 13,
Mr. and Mrs Laurel Bauer -and :ceived this"'news
daughters Shirley and Brenda. of visited here and was a favorite of boys will ,be leaving Sunday for i,go to New York with your group. under 38 who plan to work in any I 1957 Plymouth ,drjven hy Emory* !i'I ![!travelled 135 feet after impact, and

I Ann Harbor Michian are Visiting the late Mr.VTekers,',,.....'*;.. their home in Artesia N. Mexico, :I had a most wonderful week-end. of the tobacco' market in Hamilton''Castleberry age' 75 years of At. 'came to rest In the South-bound

May and Lois Curry and Mr. and . after a 2 weeks visit here and in j You can never know how much the County to have their application 'I lanta, was heading north and at-1 lane facing northeast.The .

:Mrs. Jim Sennet of Jennings. Lois | Joe Vickers and his sisters Mrs._ Live Oak. The visit has been a j trip meant to me. It was so differ- for a''Vork permit in her office I tempted to pass two cars when hemet Plymouth was adjudged to
is planning*a picnic for the crowdon 'Black pleasure to an involved. i I than I have before July 22. A worker from the 1962 Buick Convertible
Graham and Mrs. Clarence ent anything ever seen. I a traveling be a total loss, and the Buiek received -
Thursday ,4ttu t i You and group the State industrial Commission win south and driven Mabel
Howe'went 'to Leesburg for the funeral t your are by damage of about $300.
of their cousin Virginia Bour- ,MINISTER AND FAMILY I'j nicest people I think t have ever be in he'F office on that date to help Mae Hayes, 48 of Akron Ohio. Mrs I.,I, Castleberry was charged with

"Mishaps are like knives ,that ley yickers, wife Major A. J. HONORED WITH RECEPTIONOne 'met.. I wish for aH of you the most process the ,Permits and to issue Hayes evidently saw the approaching .improper passing, and was released l -
eitherserve us or.cut us, as we Vickers. Major Vickers' is soon to of the largest attended and life. any. "special permits" necessary. accident and pulled to the right \ on bond ..
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grasp them by the blade or handle.In be commissioned Lt.. Col. and the prettiest receptions of the summer j"In Whenever I think of New York, t but struck the Plymouth on the -.... :
I i i ------
describing Shakespeare's was that of Sunday evening from 8until think wonderful side.After
I will always ? you left i
forward to this
two were. looking so t'
country-softlyihilled. '. .,Warwickshire. happily. She had 'one of the socalled 10 o'clock' in the Educationalbuilding people of Jasper. LA VON DRIGGERS .'*, -TIN -- I this impact, the Plymouth Valdosta Bank -
of the First Methodist I If of arc.ever in Richmond GERMANY m" driven .
: new rare diseases, being the any you by Castleberry'traooelled!
In the "Old Books" shop I got a fourth in medical history-three Church honoring the pastor's family : please feel free to visit us. Army PFC Lavon Driggers, 23; 210 feet in the left lane, crossed the'I Reports Growth

copy of "The Circuit Riders Wife";having died. A. J. and Virginia had the Rev. Norman E. Booth Mrs |We will, be most happy to see you. whose wife Udean, lives on Route i icenterline back- to the right snouJjder First Federal Savings and Loanof

by Georgia Corra Harris who been sweethearts since they were Booth and daughter Dana Booth. Thank youPnce again. 1. Lee Florida participated in a went 217 feet down the shoulder I Valdosta this week: issues a report -
wrote so interestingly of a time in ''five years old. The Woman Society of Christian Sincerely massive ,display of' missiles, artl- I then arching-backA apross the of progress this month reporting -

Methodism that is past, never to Service and the Wesly'Service Margaret & Jjmmde Phillips, lery and engineer equipment inhooor :road 68 fe&rR hLhlF.onto the left I a dividend 1>f --tnan
J. W. Milton of Dallas Texas son more
return; but a devotion that even { ,Guild. were- hostesses. 2011 .IIDbson'Line '<>f President John -F.5Kennedy's -"|j shoulder turned over into the !I$316,000. Mr., J L. Newbern Jr.,
Mrs. Jesse Milton. .
ol Ibisand ha'nand lounge
now vitalizes their churches and 28th The! reception Richmond 23,.. Virginia. visit in Hanau, Germany, ![ditch< where apparently the two I II executive: 'vice president, announces -
came by Friday the see
others and acts as a measuring had bouquets of summer flowers I
June 25.Jriggers..
his parents., He was enroute to the +I I women were thrown clear of the that the bank's growth in the
and predominat- NOTEJimmie Phillips was j
rod to our generation 'even more with yellow green
who has been The
overseas [car. car travelled 68 additional first half of 1963 approximated a
bus assigned'to this ,
insr refreshment diver group for since last November, is regularly 11 feet 'after turning: over, to the ,million dollars, with over 600 new
l Two banquet-size Jasper High School Graduates
stationed in Germany as a mech-1 final position, a total or 563 feet savings accounts beiing opened.
tables either side of the room their tour of Washington and New
on ic in B of the 3rd after i i
a Company ) the impact: Loans totalliing $2,200,000were
HOME overlaid with imported Irish York. His wife Margaret, joined some
Armored Division's 45th Medical I Ii I The two wome-n who were killed! made. An advertisement in
in all silver for the tour'of Nevi York
lake cloths One the
group i '
I Battalion.He i
:were riding in the -front seat of the this issue carries a statement by
in all
appointmeVtfs'af'if: the other I entered the Army in Mayl962 Plymouth. They were Mrs. Rosie
Discount City the South's: Largest Crystal. i I t,the bank.

f. A silver bowl of yellow dahlias, were Mrs. Jimmy Williams, Miss i Gordon and completed Ga. basic traing at Fort 1 I ... '.'.' i,- ', ,-- -

white sunflowers and roses centered Inez McCall Mrs. Shelton Lewis,
IS NOW IN VALDOSTA! I A former sudent at Jennings
flanked two silver Graham Black .Pete Smith.
on, tables by Mrs. ;- School but-I
High Driggers
was a
candelabra holding lighted white!I Jan David. Jerry Collum, Donna. cher with Winn-Dixie in Madison OFFICE CHAIRS
MOBILE HOMES AS LOW AS tapers-at thd.e.lxf was the silver Collum, Mrs. Clayton A. Avriett, before entering the Army. His I

Sales Tax Ins.Inc. punch; bowl ,and silver trays held Darlene Moody Carol McLaughlin, father, L. C. Driggers, lives on < ,,",, I .(I .
$1 DOWN party cakes nuts and mints. The Becky Lewis Judy! Small Louise Route 3, Jasper. I
No Closing,Cost other table was centered wjth a Vickers, Hazel Knapp,Billy Katherine Armchair or Plain Style

,. 2tga tw..?".,. heirloom cut glass bowl with yellow Knapp, Nonnie Richards of Te- TOM WILLIAMSIN Suitable for Business Home Office
zinnias, daseis Washington guest of her or
-Open Till 10 p.m.- marigold baby penish, GERMANY
and Queen Ann's lace and on :aunt Mrs. Walter Havener. Mrs.

either side were crystal epergnes David Bryan Mrs... Army PFC Thomas G. Williams, Excellent
Schultz Hill Mobile Homes Inc.
I with white candles and yellow Mrs Jim Dunnaway J"ack.vmson'j 20, son of Gillie Williams, Jasper $31.50

blossoms.The Harrison, Mrs. E Florida participatedin: a massive I Quality, From .._._...:
1901 South Patterson Call 2424260AFIIENDIY I entire Jasper Ministerial of Jacksonville. display of missiles artillery: and

< association was present. I ents Mr. and Mrs. Co.B. Harrison. I engineer equipment in honor of

I Greeting guets were: Mrs. Grady;:Mrs. John Lewis and the Board of I President, John F Kennedy's visit I Iin -at-

Marable. president of the Weseley-\;Stewa s. The late Mr. Walter.. Hanau, Germany, June 25. SY 26331THE

r an Service Guild. Receiving were Havener who was fo very active Williams, who has been overseas, JASPER NEWS

.laiCILY CN .Mi :Mrs. Walter Havener, president i in the church had, a\brothef here since last March, is regularly sta-

.WORLD'S. THElDa'ytan' a 'of the Woman's Society of Q rist- +:visiting his widow and tie along tioned in Germany as a communications .
:ian Service the Rev. and Mrs. 'with his wife and granddaughter specialist in Battery B. of .... -
FAMOUS BEACH |Norman E. Booth, Miss Dana attended. They are Mr. and Mrs. the 77th Artillery's 5th Missile Bat- ; .

B eac h' Booth Mr James Dunnaway, : Carl Havener and graddaughter! talion. ..... .... .r..i SHoP
RESORT Chairman of the Board of Stewards, I!!Nome Richards of' Toppenish, ..He entered the Army i-;;;; at your

eo.rso..ph., .Scs..eI.lltohl UacI.rtla.di cflo.penon"of l Mr. Bob Fine, President of the ,Washington.. 1962 and completed basic trainingat _

toms.NEW HEATED SWIMMINS c.c.Ha..lOwn.rJ.) .,.> Methodist Men., Miss Linda Fen- I Many guests were present from Fort Jackson S. C. ........ ..I LOCAL STORES
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neD President of MYF. Miss 'the Methodist church, the Baptist Williams Is a 1961 graduate
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musical Churches First and Bright Pond,
Becky Lewis presented J. R. E. Lee High School.
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