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: July 12, 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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Monthly Meeting Jasper Native I Rules For Chamber i ', Form r Principal. I.I I. '

Hamilton; CountyCommissioners; Graduated' From I Beauty Contest ItiFavor Of i 'Tobacco Market To

F. L SchoolMaking
JB. The Hamilton County Chamber ConsolidationAs .
of Commerce: will sponsor a "Miss

Jasper FloridaThe a splendid. ,record with Hamilton. County" beauty contest a former Principal of theJasper

.. 1 1 :very high grades James H. (Jimmy August 9, 1963 officals rules and
--.j... .July : School for seven years from 25
} Board of County' Commissioners ) McGauBey. Jr.: sort of Mr. and instructions 'as'foTh7.vS'1." 1933 to *42jI"would like to offer my -Open. July: : ,. ;;

I in and for Hamilton County: Mrs. James H. McGauley of Jasper In order for contestant to be recommendation for consolidationof .., ; -% :

t Florida met today as a Board of received his diploma following siv_, officially qualified as an entry in, % the Hamilton County High .

'" :Equalizersand also to attend to years study at the Benjamin. Frank i this contestshe must: 'f .<"-,_ ;: Schools Hamilton County: ; "' \ -

f ,othermatters ,pending and the following University in Washington J>,',C.:j!L Be single and never have been: In observation in' 'ihe last Hamilton County's 4% million

1. members .were present r on Thursday ,evening June 27th at I married cr -.hatt'3 marriage an-: my pounds $2% million dollar tobacco "
r few years, I have noticed ,,considerable 0_< 1
.. ,Aaron Hogan Guy McGhin GVover eight 'o' lock. -at. the Statler Hotel nuled crop will start moving to market
k and the I consolidation in. many
following Wheeler.member, Jack VInson was, absent:,, Jimmy had hoped to have both I 2. Her age on August 1, 1963 shall small high schools. Just recently: I July 25: ; official opening date for J141 1I 1 1cYbPsM

I Lawton McCulley and the follow* parents there to share honors but not be less .than, sixteen 116), nor read in the Atlanta Journal where I 1963. I'

ing business was transacted: .' only his good mother was :able to more than twenty-five ((23). 1 Omega, Ga. high school isc nsoli- Anticipation is great among the

I The Tax Assessment Roll for the attend. She went humbly.,beaming 3. She must be a resident of ftainil- farmers and citizens of Hamilton V
with School. The
year 1963 having been recently approved with pride for this is one cf the I ton County: for six months prior to dating Tifton Hign Education ofGeorgia County! This has, been a rather
State Department of
by the Comptroller, the TarAssessor hardest schools in the Nation and I the contest ,or a registered student was strenuous year fo rthe tobacco '
behind this
delivered same to the Jimmy did well from the beginning i j attending school within the county. move.: grower. First the weather was cold

j Board in compliance with. Chapter ,tend maybe besides the love and 4. Entrants will be judged in Omega is ten miles from Tifton, and wet then it was quite dry for I II 1
;" 193, Sec. 193 25. F. SI I Beauty only. This shall be interpreted about the same distance .that, Jennings I
a mother :
'i training from good was ; several weeks then wet again. The
is from I
Notice having been given by publication because of the girl he loved and I to include figure ,face, hair, Jasper. crop, has responded to all this J.rVqielb-a 3Yornor.2d9St L

in accordance with Chap. married the farmer Sarah Jean personality, and poise. I also !have known forborne time, shock but now appears to be a

193 Sec. 193.25 FS that the Board of This boy will far'as 15. She must be sponsored by and j jI' that several other high 4'schools leaf County We think it timely
I County Commissioners would meet Cannady. : gp have consolidated in various coun I fairly good according to repvblish an address by CoL FrtaK.ol Jacksonville -
at 10:00 a.m. 09 a Board of Equalizers he has the makings. He worked his represent an organization or I 1 Agent Rance Andrews. Hamilton when he spoke to a large.crowd at Evergreen cemetery when
within Hamilton business ties in South Ga.Consoldaticn | .
County -
: the board announced that way through and had the pride and I' .or a County has had the reputation I the Garden Club held Cocfederate Memorial Day services

,-1 they were ready to hear complaints ambition to do so. All the county establishment. goes buck' some of growing the best flue cured to- This we print in serial form. There,will be three.

k If any as to the value of any says "Congratulations". I 16. Entrant must be of good character I forty years ago when most;sclnols bacco in the belt. This we are Especially appropriate to the times is the installment concerning
fixed 1 were teacher schools, end the I .
property, real or perscnal as one : State Rights.
j r and possess poise personality proud of. Our markets in Jasper <
Assessor of Taxes.. model T. Bus came into use and
the County
H intelligence charm and beauty of have led the other markets in our
:: Motion was made by Mr. Hogan, to change the County' indigent war- i iI the schools began to consolidate. I Today Confederate Memorialay Confederate soldiers had any financial -
i seconded by RIr. McGhin and maniI' rant of Mae Long from 18.00 to |I face and figure. 1 1I Most of all one teacher : area in daily and total averages r } is hallowed bye memories of '! interest in slavery. The per-

\ mously carried ,to accept the Tax $15.00 effective fo rthe month of I 7. The parents or legal guardian' i are gone now and the trend is to per pound as the following statistics .1 I those thing which we as Souther. ,tetuation of slavery oould never

.l I Roll :as presented by the TaxI June and until further.notice of the must sign a personal liability waver -] solve the problem the., small wit show: ners, hold dearest to our hearts- have generated such devotion; such

I I( Assessor for the year 1963. Board. absolving the Hamilton County i t high: school., Year Fla Avg Jas the men and women of the Confederacy endurance, such splended heroism
A list of errors, insolvencies and Motion made by Mr. Mc- Chamber of Commerce ,the sponsoring 1953 51.71 53.59
( \ was With of the small high They were citizens of that,such unconquerable tenacity thru
I1 J double &assessments ,as appearing Ghin, seconded by :$Jr: 'McCulley agency ,and all persons I schools with many enrollment of some ;I 1954 54.54 54.57 Country whose short life of four four long year of painful struggle!
1 filed with the I
1962 roll was carrie'a of .
1 on the and said motion that* an- connected with the production I 1955 45.93 48.44
grades the years was lived in war, war with ;as was exhibited by the Confederate
the Tax Collec+or and 40 or 50 pupils in three ,
d\ Board by other letter be written to the State this contest from, any liability. ] 1956 48 70 V 48.90 all
:normal that war can mean of waste and ;
approved by the classes are too small for a : > soldier. No these soldiers
\ said list was Road Department stressing the There will be four phases of the s6. were
1957 78 58.76
1 Board upon motion of Mr. Hogan need of a blinking light or caution contest. Each contestant will com- situation to exist In more, ways 1 1958 57.27 59.55 destruction ,of misery and anguishand |fighting for liberty and the right

and seconded by Mr. McGhin, and light to eiiminiate the hazardous pete on Beauty only. Appearance in than one. but too with all it can mean of iof self-government. They believed
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1959 58.77 60(
unanimously carriedMr. before situation at intersection of U. S. 411 Street Dress, Bathing Suit and It is not good policy to pay teachers i 1960 56.62 59144: shining gallantry patriotism and the Federal authorities were assail
'. Eddie McGhin appeared the I and U. S. 129 at Triangle. I' Evening Dress will be required. to.have to give as much timeto steadfast devotion, Today we honor i ins i the right. It was the Anglo-
I the Board and requested I Motion was made by Mr. McGhin I Each contestant will before teach half the number in a 1961 60.81 61.93 and revere their memory. Todaywe ,Saxon freedom of local self-govem-
1 Board to maintain and keep in repair and appear 1962 56.22 58.69
seconded by Mr. Wheeler unap be required take the old Confederate sol- won at Bunnymede which
class that would only jment
the roads and streets in Lynn inrnsly carriei that the State the Judges for a personal interview Let's all be proud of our Jasper
of diers into our hearts and as a tribute they believed in peril, when
teach normal class thirty they
Hamilton Cur.ty.Florida There will be of to a
Lake Estates, Road Department is requested to a judges markets and back them up 100,%. '
Motion was made by Mr. begin the work paving the streetsin The point system will be used ((25point pupils. In small classes the lack: of love for them and the cause ,[flew to arms as one man from the

McGhin. seconded by Mr. Hogan, Jasper as provided In tha pre- in each of the above descri of interest is evident. A teacher : In announcing the opening date for which they fought, decorate I Potomac to the Rio Grande. They

and unanimously carried that the sent road budget, also to speed up bed appearances) .and the decision cannot create the amount of en- Commissioner Conner reminded their resting places with flowers ,may have been right or they mug

I ) Board of County Commissioners tcildvsfarm to market road from of the judges will be final. thusiasm with a small class as he each farmer to allow his crop to and the flag which they loved-the :have been wrong, but that was the

Hamflton County, Florida, would SR no 23, to SR no. 1.43, which con There is no entry fee in this could with a larger group. Like 1 ripen in the field and to do a good stars, and bars of the Confederacy.We i issue they made--on that they

maintain and keep in repair the [stitutes the road from Oak Grove contest. the minister said, he could not ,Job preparing his tobacco for mar- honor the veterans of other ,stood for that they died. The men

roads and streets in Lynn Lake ,I Church West to Bid Hill's, property preach to,a large number of empty 'ket. We realize that there is a. wars the Spanish American, 'the who made up the Confederate.army

j Estates in Hamilton County, Flori The following'! resolution was The winner of the "Miss Hamil- seats with much Inspirati. I lot of tobacco left in the field at this World War and in fact the Union'veterahs' I. ,,were not soldiers of fortune
Contest must ,
ton County" -
da. Auditor j.adopted by the Boardcounty Beauty The various fetates Bre P& nine j time bot'ft: > 't*tugh yom harvesting'due of the TtfarHEetween the but soldiers of duty. They battled
i...... R. J. Camp;;: -Jr., filed Comm\vi\ .Resolution be willing to represent: Hamilton
!*1"t' :
in this States and there -in.enough in
Report of Hamilton Couhty'Development I-1 of Commissioner County in the Florida Crown Beauty and making some progress' to an early opening date; We for principle rather than conquest
motion '
,, ,iI"i Authority with the Board Aaron On Hogan seconded by Commissioners Contest to be held in Jacksonville very thing the problem of the I have been assured that some arrangements -our hearts for all.But. somehow right rather than power. They lov-.

1 There were no persons present I Guy McGhin the following Beach on August 31st. small high scoot win be made to allow :it seems that the innermost deces-jed their States, they loved their

offering any complaints in regard resolution was adopted. In many cases, in many states, farmers ample time to sell their sea or warmest portion of our ('homes and their families. Many of

Il to the assessment, nor any writen, WHEREAS, the State Road De- the State Department of Education tobacco crop. hearts-in those reserved chambers I them knew little of the warring'

complaints filed with the Board in j parment of Florida has authorizedand Beauty Contest & have taken action to bring This is Hamilton County's; main- where we keep those things theories of constitutional interpretation -

regard to same. requested Hamilton County to about the Consolidation of the high, cash crop. Let's put forth some most priceless and precious to us- The one thing they !
Tuesday ,
r' The Board recessed i furnish the necessary 'right of way "Fun Day5'PlannedBy schools In small as many of the special efforts to 'make it even we place the Confederate soldier.As armed legions were marching

July 2, 1963 at 9:00 a.m.Jasper. borrow pits and easement for that largers centers -counties.. better than it has been in the past. long ,as memory shall endure upon their homes and it was their
of Section 38540 Streets in Chamber of and world shall the Confederate
portion I will make the last !
Hamilton County a progressive
duty to hurl them back at
Florida from any cost
White Springs extending soldiers will be known.and
July 2. 1963 state Road 136 in White Springs move when she votes (Not for fame nor for glory, not bun
/ ," CommerceThe consolidate her high schools. REPORTSThe honored. They live in tablets of by ambition
The Board of County Commissioners Easterly along River Street and led or goarded byi' necessity -
having been in recess, reconvened I Northerly along} Kendrick Street to The main point is the much Florida Forest Service bead- bronze and in memorial of stone but in simple obedience to

f today at 9:00 a.m and I State Road 25, Chamber of Commerce ,is broader curriculum made possible in Hamilton scattered throughout the Southland ?duty as they understood it, these

all members being present, the which has been surveyed and located making big plans for the "Misses I, with the larger high school for In- ;i ports quarters the following information County re- they live in song and poetry and !{i men dared all, suffered and sascri'ficed -

following business was transacted. by the 'State Road Depart- Hamilton County Beauty Contestto .stance the band, the science department -,woods fires pn glorify history's pages, but greater all.
Th4ij Board announced that they ment as shown by a map on file beheld Friday August 9th; afar f ,the art. department !,in the, fought the suppressed than all these, they l live eternallyin j I Let us give consideration for
county during a
past seven
were :ready to hear complaints if ,in the office of the said Department a J'Fun Day"' on Saturday, I'piam and vocal music and extra the hearts and affections of a-row moments to the
any as to the value of any propertyreal Circuit Court of said County acid August 10th, complete with .concessions curricula activities The Jasper ,day period: grateful people. That their lives |'and part Florida

or personal as fixed by the in the office o fthe saidTJepartmentat street dancing, guest Bond is one that I shall remember Number of fires 1, Acres burned 'and conduct may be fresh in our: Hamilton County played in the

County Assessor of;Taxes. j Tallahassee and speaker, and a jolly good time for when Windell Waters was director I UZ,1 Number of fires since Jan. L I!'memory and an inspiration to us great struggle* Florida's popula-
The minutes of the last meetingof WHEREAS, the said Departmentwill this year 37, Acres burned since tion during the latter part of 1860.
all. The Chamber hopes to make The Band can be available for and to our children, it is fitting that
the Board was read by the not begin ccnstrurti--n of Tdp F Jan. 1 this year. 102.4. [was about 140,000 of which approx-
Board this an annual affair to be staged training of a large'J'WT1ber of pu- we have these memorial days and
Clerk,,and approved by the -rtion cf said Section in said county Tobacco'i imately 62,000, or 45 percent were
in conjunction with the excercises where we can pause fora .
'as read by the Clerk. until titletoall land-necessary "' MILTON HITSOX RETURNSFEOM colored. Hamilton County's
Motion was made by Mr. Wheeler for said portion of said Section has S I t I shall always cherish the opportunity -j GERMANYMilton moment by the roadside of time filiation was then about 4100.pop ofi>

seconded by Mr. Hogan and' Seen. conveyed to orvested in said Mr JamesDunaway is Chairman i and privilege that I was oncea and give thought again to those which 1400, or 33 J/$% were colored.

unanimuosly tarried that von Au- State 'by said, county and, said of the Committee. Other member pupil of the Jasper school and Hitson. son of Mrs Clyde days:of yesterday.The ,Hamilton County is this 112

guest .1, 1963, fhe;.. county will discontinue landscape physically cleared of alloccupants of the committee include Dr. '"bter its principal.: Hitson returned Sunday after serving cause of the War Betweenthe I years old, havinig been created year
using prisoners for laborin tenants,fences, buildings William Kyaer. "Mr. Billy Blair and Your truly I 21 months in Germany States has been from a histor- ,IAct4 fthe Floridt by
> Territorial
the Hamilton County Road De- : and or other structures and Mr Katkins Saunders.All J. A. Hodges, Mrs.- liiison also had fire.of ,her ian's standpoint .,the subject of Mature of Dec. 26, 1827. Madison Legfe-
partment. i improvements upon or encroaching; organizations and business daughters & their families for the academic controversy but not to us
Clerk was requested to notify I within the limits of the land re- County was. created on the same
The in the who in the
J|: establishments county are weekend; ,which included M>: and of the South The men
Superintendent ,
Mr Sherwood this Miller effect,Road and Mr.- quired for said portion of said sec urged to select a girl ,to represent cation form which jean be,.obtainedin Mrs. R. F: Barton and Donny of long summer of 1787. bycompro- date Columbia Co. five years later

to all persons em- "ton: and said is them In the "Miss Hamilton County I the Chamber of Commerce office Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. George mise of ideas, hammered out the 'and Suwannee Co some 30 years
Miller is to notify WHEREAS the County flater.
by the county who will be financially unable at this time to Beauty Contest in the "Queen ,of :- ji application, form will be Burkette of Tallahassee and Mr. Constitution of the United States South Carolina seceded InjDecemher
ployed their employment the Florida Crown" Beauty Contestin mailed But I.I thought that thereby they had creat 20. 1860 following a few
effected by this and date provide the recessary funds to acquire Jo you upon request and Mrs. Fred Baucom of :Miami
will be terminated.The said, rights of way. borrow Jacksonville Beach later in August PleaSe do, so at ores! There are'Mrs. Hubert Lee and Lynn. Randy, ed a federal union of States, not a days. by Mississippi. The Florida;

Clerk and Auditor to the !oils. and easements; now therfore:: There is no fee involved in still, many "Beauty Qoeens" in the I and Tommy :Mr. and Mrs. Jack nation. The growth of that small Legislature meeting In speoal l ..-

Board of Connty Commissioners ,'be it placing ar entry in the contest. County who bane not been Invited I Sandlin of Jasper, and grandaugh- I seaboard strip of 13 states to the i son during the latter part of NovI .

filed a tentative budget with the I RESOLVED, that the State Road Just select a girl to represent you by any Club or businesa to represent :ter. Miss Donna Deryester Columbus proportions of a continent had been I ember, 1860, called a specal convention

L Board in accordance with Chapter Dapartment of Florida be and it ishereby I and have her complete an appli- theirs Please do tIO now! .... I Miss. largely, if not wholly, due to the of the people of the State
\II 129.03 F3 and after some discus-said requested to pay for the !efforts and the vision courage and of Florida for the purpose of "tak-

sion and careful consideration, rights of way borrow pits and ease (determination of Southern states*ing in consideration the dangers
tentative budget. was approved by' ments; for said road, including the Jennings Seniors In Washington Vph -1 ......__ and soldiers, exercised fre- incident to the positon of this State
Board. fences and : |man: !
i\\ the removal cf buildings V
of bitter opposfI ,
in the -
Garland. employees !quently
Lee and Mr and -
Mr.. other structures improvements
I the Florida State, Boardof of don from New England and Northern
of thereon and for other expenses I I I protect and provide against the.proo.ide
Forestry appeared before the acquiring title to said rights of leaders: Those of you who remember against the "
Board and stated to the Board that way= .borrow pits and easements by I, your history, will recall same.
". their estimate to be budgeted i purchase or condemnation, from I that George Rogers Clark and his [ .now known as the

would be $1000.00 as. set up under !such funds and under such conditions j Virginia riflemen, added. the north ''Florida Secession Convention met

Clerks Account no 6S2-1 X3eneralTund. as are'set out in the contract 4t.fIX !west territory. Thomas Jefferson : in Tallahassee, on Jan. 3rd 1861

hereto attached, and be it further w- >.' [purchased Louisiana and Andrew ,and the Hamilton County delegates
Mayor Ernest Courtov., Mr. Jim RESOLVED that said County, F I Jackson's soldiers at New Orleans ,'["thereto were Lewis A. Few,and
"Dunaway Mr. J. I* Dullum & Dr. I through. its Board of -County Com- m-1 I'Joseph Thomas. Each of thes0
the title Ho that great gentlemen -
the City I perfected
Wan Kyser, representing ms-::1-ners, comply with the request took
of considerable in
and Chamber of Commerce appeared I j of said Department: and_procure pine, extending from the Gulf ,I part
before the Board and reouest- 1 convey or vest in said State \ Mexico to Canada and from the I deliberations and actions of the

'ed financial assistance in lighting :the free, clear and: Ur"ncumberedtitle :: Mississippi River to the Rockies. Convention .serving on many com

On state highways143, 64 and 1, to all lands necessary for said I Meriweather Lewis and William mittees. Mr. Folsom being Chairman -

129. The Board stated inasmuch as J Portion of said Section and deliver -r P, r1; Clark through their exploration, established of the very important Committee

they were all in fav-r of ,this request 1 I to the State Road Department said the claim of the United on Credentials ,and MR. Thorn

j, that they were unable to I lands physical clear of aB occu- ,..1 e States to the Pacific Norhwest 'as, Chairman of the Committeeof .

finance same at this time and in pants, tenants, fences, buildings Stephen Austin and Sam Houston Publis Education. The Chairman
the next fiscal years budget. I 1 land' or other structures and improvements of the Convention was Judge JohnC
before the *j' brought in Texas and James K.
Col. Food appeared situate upon or encroaching McGhee of Madison County. On
Board and filed with the Chairman I, within the limits of the Polk. WinGeld Scott and Zachary
January 10. 1861.
by a vote of 62 toT
of the Board a manual of State of lands required for said portion.of Taylor, through,the War with Mod the Convention
Florida<: "Natural Disaster Assistance :said Section arid that the OWri = I co added California and the great cession ordinance adopted the see-

< prepared and issued by i man and the Clerk of this Board southwest. All of these were whereby the
t :Members of the Senior Class of Jennings:High"School visited the nation State U Florida withdrew itself
Florida State Civil Defense Agency be and they are hereby authoriiz- ,- Capitol [Southerners. The South had reasoo I
v Marvin .Rogers: Hamilton County' 1(;,ed and directed to execute and de- recently on their, class trip to Washington*D. C. There to greet them was Congressman for pride in its achievements in from "the Confederacy of States

Sanitation Officers appeared, t before :-'f liver on' behalf of said County to ;Don Fuqua, second from right) on the.steps of the CapitoL. The-students enjoyedan the building of the United States existing under the name Jf the

tfce 'Board and requested that I said County to said Department the exciting trip;of,visiting the buildings and monuments In Washington; but to the Southern leaders of United States of America andtrom

the Board provide for additionalrest ',Contract in the form hereto attach- $ ,Standingjeftto right: Mrs S. M. Deas, chaperone, Brenda Butler, Ruth,DeVane thought ,the country was jast that. the existing government of the saidStates"
J'8OIMIn the Health Department RESOLVED. that the attorney I and
I provided "that all
BuIWBae, and stated'that the ed and be it further l Linda Wetherington. Betty Kramer; JLynette. Netsotn'ea Edna Creech,: Judy:Crosby. States united-not:.an integral. na political -
+ !' ; .. ,, Mrs. Maude:HawnerjCbnsressman' Ben Bates's"n 'I '-.*;.t> ;-. f Connection between the Stateof
The South
acM-oa would probably cost $3500"71'te for.this Board be. and he is'hef.ebY tion. was not fighting for Florida and the of
', 'f Seated: Ben Bates Jr., Sylvester Hollandv-Jerry Blalr'Chu dc:Butler Rodger53Avriett.S. : garecnment
.Hard passed this matter due authorized and directed to- pro- .- !.perpetuation of Slavery as is
to lack of funds.TJ .. ': ."', c.i,. ;f: ; M. Deas. Jr.. C W. Penningt, iMIke.Selph, '':our not prclur e3"'areJoyce *. > ',' sometimes urged by Northernhis* [ States' ought to be and the

Board requested the Clerk f CR-thued ,on ;Page 2) Royals, Eddie Sullivan, Wayne Hurst Jackie Newsome_" '.'< '.' torians. Not one In twenty-of+ the fContmued- fsff* 3)

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I ''I County., ing,held.the 2nd day.of July A. D. Mrs Roacoe Cooper ...... 15.00 I FINE & FOBFIETUKE FUND I,i JOE- HART CO3ltLETES- '1 I I'I -
1963,. and recorded in the Commissioners Mrs. Frank Miller ........ 12.00 1 Charlie Rhoden'Sheriffs Fees & 'COURSE .' .. HospitallNew.H: .- NEED <
: Minutes.IN ', Jimmie Ganqy ............ 10.00 I Feeding Prisoners ....... 1274. 3 : .a* ',' SITED.FOR; ,.. t
I Commissioners WITNESS WHEREOF. I here- Bessie Holkway...:...... 1200Mrs. John. H. McCormick County Jud. 'I Marine Second Lieutenant 4 r-JosephB. .I.II I
(Continued From Page 1) unto set my hand and official seal RUby Radford.p..... lo'.OO I Fee .....427.50 R. Hart, son -of Mr .and Mrs.: JUNIOR COLLEGE BUSThe
I otthis 2nd' day.of July A. D. 1963: Joseph P., Jones .......... 15.00 John. H. McCormick Juvenile Jd. John R. Hart of, Jasper completedan
ceed to take the necessary: steps !'. .., Thelma ..Lewis'I I Rachael Moore .......... 14.00 1 I Salary ,.- ......... 70.00Joseph has North Florida Junior College
for the County: to acquire In the i,, Cleik cf The Board of County Frances Hewitt 10.00 P. Hollcnaan. Juv Counselor khan students from Jasper and Ham
name of said County by donation, I Commissioners: Rance A. Andrews Sal. & Exp. I Salary 49.27 County and more and more
I purchase ,or condgj)gftion said Seal Hamii'tbn County Florida County Agent .. .... ..... 304.60( C. A. Avriett Comm on bond Est go there from here each year.
C. A. Avriett SaL Co Atty. 59.03 & 0>0\'. Fees 166.38 I PATIENTS
rights of way, borrow pits and easements : A list of Jurors was drawn by ; IN HOSPITAL, :NOW Lets
Co. Comm. Fa pull for a ccttege bus
Fewer Jail
Salary ; Carp Utilities 40.60 which
the Board
of Commissioners
for said portion of said Section ,, County Mrs. Fannie
\ and to prepare in thename i, as a whole body personally for Aaron Hogan "........... 117.50''fh'riie Rhc *n Juv Court Cost 3.20 I Qz {t Jesse Mitchell Bryan other adjoining counties already
Grover Wheeler .......... 103.97 Ham. I have..
'jury duty in the County Judge's Co. em. Hosp. Treatment
of said County by its County Com !( Jack Vinson ....... ...... 115.47 Jail Prisoners 203.50 I i i Mrs. Lt:give Holton I I I ',
missioners Court for the 1963 in
all condemnation year ace :
papers ........ as ab Mrs. Patricia Nobles :
and and with Chap. 41 FS* r i iI Lawton McCuDey 102.97 Thelma Lewis Reed. O>nv. ..lL 70
affidavitS pleadings, j j ance
bills Guy McGhin ............ 112.77:Orkin Exterminating Co. Pest I. Mrs. Ann MvKelvey ;
prosecute all condemnation proceedings 'j I i The for following by the were Board approv'ed ': yr, Isaac Chandler, Jr. 'ExPlCo1.. : Control Jail ..... 8.00 I Baby Bay Nobles WHITE SPRINGS
judgement ;and furnish payment' County Agent. .............. 75.00 Social Security Acct. June 193 Mozelle Arvinger coL)
to the Department the abstract HAMILTON GENERAL FUND. Thelma Lewis Salary ...... 45330. Co. Officers & Employees Retirem I Eliza Townsend (Cot): i i
search provided for in said Con- County Indigents Ann C. Malpas Sal. Super, Fund ( NEWS
j ......15.00 Eddie Mae Evans (Col.) ;
Mrs. Mae Long ,
I tract. | : Registration .............. 195.00 Jasper Laundry &; Dry Cleaners ae Baby Boy Hayes (Col ) 1
STATE OF FLORIDA ; Louse Cribbs ....*.. 6.00,Margaret Register Sal. Sect. To Laundry 11.15Ky PATIENTS DISCHARGED by Mrs. Mary" Collins
COUNTY OF HAMILTONI Eva: Lee 15,00i County Agent ............ 23.09 ler Smith Labor & Materials for
HEREBY CERTIFY that the i Ida Iflae Smith 1000 I Wylma B .White SaL & Exp. Home Jail Repairs 42.00. Mr. Ralph Hoy went into the

: foregoing is a true and correct Lottie...... Mosely 15:00 L.Dem.V ent ......1., 256.71.L' ROAD Jb BRIDGE FUND ---', J Mrs.A, Williams Avriett*' .*v' _..-.""'.. -"., os.r>UaJdn.GalnlI Blay and .. .
;. .. I1earLe; field 14.9Q el'Gl-Dedge'Sal. Mildred
COp "-of resoluticnpass rby+the .sfi : Sect 'to Home ,.IRaAAD EMPLOYEES SALARY ; had surgery Tuesday morning. Our
Board of County Commissioners of flis tae Whitaker 10.00 1 Dem. Agent .............. 69.28 O' Meal Goolsby 204 04 Eddie Johnson (CoL) prayers and best wishes tar
Hamilton County, Florida, at meet LIrs. James Royals _......10.00 >O .0. Edwards SaL. Asst. St. W. S. Jackson. 183.70: Willie Jefferson (Col.) a
I I Attorney................... 8.93 Alex Mathis 195.64 Mrs. Joyce Wens .:- quick recovery. ,
John T. Kemp is in Lake
Wtm. Randall Slaughter State Sherwood Miller 298.59 Steve Lamb
I Attorney ...-............... 16.56 Earnest Ponds 23.00, Irvin (Bo) Bembry '.'. I City )hosptial undergoing tests &
f I I Eva. Akins Sal Sect to Circuit Hilton Westberry 219.44 I Mrs Linda Wetherington T treatment for paint poison from
Judge .................... 26.79 Harold Hysmith 211.04 1 I| Clarence Phillips which he obtained at works .
N. H Williams Sal. Yard qp Dewey Tomlinson 183.70 indoctrination for Mr. David White is able to be
I HOW COOL 3. e. Keep ...... -.. ..... 41.57 I J-hn Ponds 94.73 course officers Mrs.Mrs. Sara Ethel Abel Nichols 'back on his job after being unable
Addie Mae Smith SaL 205.54 June 5 at the Marine Corps 'to work
I Clerk T. C. i Robert Culbreth for six weeks, due to a
I Office ...................., 73.97 VirgB Williams 197.04 School, Quantico, Va. Frank Hancock chain saw accident
WILL YOU BE Diane NewsomeMrs.
Kenneth Daniels Sal. & exp.Service Randolph Turner 106.23 : I Bro. Harry Goddard and famityi
Officer .......... 150.97 Emery Grantham 169 27 The 26 week course for newly. Carolyn King are away on vocation this week.
WHEN 'YOU GET HOME? I Gloria Jean McGauley Sal T A. Ruben Daniels 205.54 I commissioned Marine Officers Janie McIntosh Anyone needing minister whileour
ti Iff Office .................... 83.97 Doyle L. Grantham 215.54 first aid, map reading weapons Susie Brown (Cot j pastor Is should
William Kyser Sal Vet. .... 482.65 Viola Whitfield (Cook) ...103.97 I land leadership techniques. !Mr.' W. B. away
Feagle or Mr. Frank
Charlie Goolsby Sal. Janitor 180.60 Pete Register 168.35
1 After a hot shopping trip Walter H. Davis SaL Maint. 23.09 Bill B. Norris 219.39. Practical application of the classroom Wiggins. The pastor plans when be
Julian Wood Sal CD Director 102.77J. returns next week to attend a three
d wouldn't it be nice too 112.77 Rtssell White education in the fieldI
O O to a 'cool, air Federal Reserve Bank W. H L. (Buck) Reeves 168.35 weeks study course at Seminary.Mrs .
conditioned home? Why 2nd Quarter...l......... 883.50 COllis Morgan 193.99 I during maneuvers where the offi- -. W. B. Feagle, Mrs. Cora
wait Ask about air Blue Cross-Blue Shield, July 59.80 !I!Federal Reserve Bank WH 2nd. cer student also learn communications Hdlhouse and Mrs. Mary Collins at
Colonial Life .. ......... 66310 procedure and employment c!
conditioning today. You Ins. Co.. July 3.00 Quarter, 1963. tended a special meeting; held at
be Co. Officers & Employees Retire I Colonial Life Ins. Co. July .. 9.00 I,|supporting weapons. New Arrivals the First Methodist Church in Lake-
can living in comfort the .
rest of the You'Ube Fund, June .............. 14L49 E>ae Cross-Blue Shield of Fla. .. City This meeting; was held to or
Social Security June ........ 71.37 July 11.1) 00Srcisl 'I -- ganize a Christian Workers School
to find how
surprised State Treasurer County Indigent I Acct. June 156.47 Fla. Power Corp lights 22.79
inexpensive electric: Security Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Scaff of Live so badley needed in this area. Plans
Hospital Service 3rd Ret. North Fla
Quarter Co. Officers &: Employees Telephone Co. Lcca'i
air conditioning is. 1963 ...................... 987.50 Fund. June 172.66 I I Senvce .-......: &.50 Oak announce the''birth of a son. are being: made to have a school in
Wendell Bates Scaff. Jr on July 3 September if teachers can 1.0 obtained -
State Treasurer ContributionJune Town of Jennings % of Road Tax There wasn't any persons present
......--............ 1013.91 1962 173.25 I 1 I I I nd any complaints in regard in Pineview General Hospital Val- White Springs being one of
KE: CORNERS JURY City of Jasper H of Road Tax I Ito the assessment of the 1963 t..x. dosta. The maternal grandparents the churches in this area. It is

eorris George Roberson .......... 11.25 t96'Z: '. ......... L940.45 roll, nor any written complaints are Mrs. R W Washington of Live hoped that it gives Lake City Pas-
1- Harry T. Reid ............ 1060 Town of White Springs % of road filed with the Board to same Oak and the late R\ w. Washington.The f'tor,. Walter: Cross its support.
W. W. Roberson .......... 11.05 Tax. 1962' .. 558.85 -e e' -* T 0 in her b' s'ress paternal grandparents: are Mr I Miss Mildred.Shiver has returned
I W. M. Marable ............. 12.70 Jones & S"ns Ice. Co. Ice Roadcamp before the Board, said Board ad- and Mrs. J, A. Scaff, Sr. of Jasper from here vacation after being a
.... F M .Henderson ........ 10.80 June 8.40 journed. Mrs. Staff was former Mary Helen away from the city for several
Walter Dedge .............11.20 Kayo's Drug Store Camp 2.72 ATTEST Thelma Lewis Clerk Washington of Live Oak_ weedjjjjjjTjLI
coon Instant John H. McCormick CornersFfees 'M",1tr--v', ? 'Groceries, June 371.24Waters I.: '. ,_l."n.: .Chairman
An+cr-"c'1N Comfort ...................... 13.50, Grocery, Groceries I __ --
?f7*>*Vi'-ft74*te'ILElectncallY. I Incompetency Proceedings j June .... 16-4f I I
Frederick T Mickler: .... 10.00; North Fia. Tele. Co. Service and
.' Li IX FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION J. R. Bruce M. D. ........ 10.00 : Tolls S2-95 I
nun tAffArma. mnro-onMra tucnuc"GAS Marie Hudson. R. N. ........ 3.00 Florida Power Corp Lights Camo-I
I John H. McCormick ...... 7.50 Prison : .......>.........81.681
Charlie Rhoden Sheriffs The Langdale Co. Lumber 369.40
r Fees ...-................ 353.08 i Vulcan Material Co. Pipe .. 646.90 I.
Fia. Power Corp. Utilities Court Armco Galvanized Corr. Steel
House & Cot Co. Agt. off 113.34 I I Pine 857.60
Thelma Lewis Fees & Ref. 20.00. White Cn'-st'. Co. Asphalt ..- 75.10 ,
County Commissioners Exp. Muter Concrete. Pipe Co. Culvrpt
YaluYA WE4 wEtt t ( ILL'HAVE voo AND NOT ONLY THAT BUT Jack. Vmson .......t.. .......... 6.25 Pip : .. 63.18 DRIVE-IN STORES FRESHER
.; L Aryp'N'S' rc V TO 9 NOW SIR- Aaron Hogan .?':......'......':6.25 Sh. a nct &:Baker Inc' Sand& '
SOCKS i voua Mos'r' 1 AM HIS t1l W Guy McGhin ............ 6.25 Dyk ", ,.' .. _.. 30.14 "'
I CHARh1iNG wltI: ONE AND lU.rl dF"GAS co.IS Lawton McCulley .......... '6.25 ''Kp.--, Welding Supplies Co.Sandlin I On u. S. 41 JASPER Sara.I.asLlCY. Mgr.

PaESUME IS THE ON*AND ONLY" Grover Wheeler .. ,........ 6.25 yt/otnq ......... 5.00 .
PLACE TO GET THE C. A. Avriett Legal Fees .375.00 Auto Parts Parts .
r MOST FORYbORMOMEYLLow Isaac Chandler, Jr. Refund rerwirs. ... ._..-..... 358.98 NEW STORE HOURS NOW
lY Expense ........... 300 Ratliff Motcr Co., ""rts .... 29.30Rini ) .
Ralph A. Bender, Office Egp.146.00General PvP", C-rn. Pans 540.51
Office Eqp. Co. Office M. D. Moody & Eons'Inc. Deadline'
I Supplies .... .-.. 52.84 Ppvrnent .- ." .... 792.00 Open 7 Days Per
i Florida Ribbon & Carbon Co. Off. Home Gas Co. Gas Camp. 24.80 I
at '; Supplies ... ..... 618 NfMvrome Tractor Co. Tractor
.Bowen Supply Co. Office Supp 27.63. Parts .-. .. 5.811 8:00: a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
I I.The H & W B. Drew Co. Office & /ectorn, A"to Store parts 3676.
Election Supplies ........ 517.43F. The J. 0 .Burch Co. Supp ...17.23
Ii B. HarreB Ins. Prem ...50.25 E. C. Browne Co. Supp .
Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE Dept Public Safety Radio Service camp .................... 86.20
May ........... 15.00 Hackney Groc. Fence Wire
PER CYLINDER I ...... 99.75
SYcamore Julian C. Wood Expense attending: f --
CASH ON DELIVERY C-D Meeting .............. 90 19 Blanche Deas Sal. June .... 137.09 MILK:9&
City of Jasper Utilities Ct| Hs. &: Kenneth Wood. Sal. June ...15.00
f'-County Agent ... ... 20.25 Gertrud*Carter Sal. June .. 30.00
HOLLOWAYS'HOL.I.OWAV Frier Music Co. Repairs & Nancv Taylor Sal. June ... 90.00
parts Air Cond. ... ...... 199.10 <"v,. Offcers & Employees Retire.
Dan Braswell T. C. Comm. 501.69 Fund. June .................. G.30 BUY YOUR MILK IN GLASS FOR NATURAL FLAVOR
Roy Ward's Repair for Health Dep Social Security Acct. June B. .
Air Condt. .. .. ..... H7.50 Deas .- .- 5.71 Save 24c a Gallon! I
8 Isaac Chandler Jr. 4-H Club 100 00 Federal Reserve' Bank. WH 2nd..
SY 2 5I F, Kenneth Tuten Commissions on Quarter- ......... 42.00
.L .J E.-& I. Roll ,......:..... 1290.00F. Albertson Public Library
Kenneth Tuten T. A. O>m. 40LOO Books: ..:... 306.25
Louise Miller Co. IndL ... ... 12.00 Genstensalger Co. Bookmoble New! New! New! New!

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d 'Ttors of which we were very proud I pink rosebuds and carried a silver jgreep f just.ten blocks,away-all unhurried daughter:' also. tend the Sabin Graham weddingin ther and sister Mr. and Mrs.:

": to have and hope more will attend' basket decorated with roses and and happy Ice Germ & Joyce has taken the Charlie !:::1- Tallahassee tut she got the James M. Daniels, former Thelma

I llI : next July. 1964 on first Sunday.It filled with rose.-petals.. |cake was in the offing. ten apartment across from the. bride's bouquet anyhow-exquisite Hodges of Jasper, of Norfolk Va.

gLk ;j I was a, beautiful day and! aH Samuel F. Sears of Orlando served I ,Club hduse where she will be while white rose buds and stephanotisput Mr. and Mrs. Emril C. Hodgesof

concerned had a very pleasant as best man. Usher-groomsrne>I I Loraine read the 3Ierof! ? storyin j Bradford is away-maybe for a together with stylized leaves I MartlnviBe Va.

I :' ..- 4 ,_- time. Scripture by pne of the. cousins were Robert L Abernethy, Orlando "Folks' and writes that her year.. x>f organza and net. Mr. and Mrs. One L; Hodges of
and sq gs by the W. T. Clardy and Charles Edward Panis Sara-i mother was born there Janie Fort Peiree, Fla.

sContinued( from 'I Family just back from California. I. I Suggs and that she and Famre F T I Jackie and Mike Atkins andcbi."dren Mrs. Mreci- A JclrK returned I l\1r.and Mrs. Ronald E. Hodges _
;. : Page ,Then a dinner of things that could sota.Mrs.. Graham the bride's motherwas ter were girl friends and that they came over Mondayfor from Quincy where,she an dfamily of Jacksonville. Fla.

same is hereby am. led and said be mentioned. gowntd in lace of Diar Blue j i always said "aunt Fannie". and'loved their week's:! vacation They will visited the little granddaughter"Susan Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Kent of
i her much. be out at Suwanne at the Kelly" Cimby. She found
Union of States dissolved; and the and a tiny hat of blue flowers. Her very Springs I Jennings Florida.
State of Florida is hereby declareda t I The Sabin Gresham wedding in accessories were of the same shadeof i ill .. Billy Burch Cottage much of the the little lady quite.cham ng. .

sovemeign: and independent na Tallahassee is of interest to Jas- blue. Mrs. E. S. Clifton's daughter time. .. '' Beauty ts 19k so obvious in mid-

. tion. Thus without a dollar in its perites. Mrs. Sabin the mother of the i(Rachel and the family Mr. and f. Mr. ard Mrs. Billy Adfcks were I I summer. But there is always something
" The bride Betty Sue Graham is Mrs. Frank Terrano and five boys 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Treasury without any organized groom chose P soft pink lc ensemble ( with Buck Hollomanand in bloom in Ethel Norwoods;
form of military effectiveness, and the .granddaughter of :Mrs. W. A with shoe! and head dress lot North Babylcn.N. Yorkarrived ( his friends in and out it is a Ayers over in Madu>on last Tues i i garden. She brought us two stalks

with little money in the hands of its :Lewis and the late ilrs. Elizabeth I in Pink. Mr W A. Lewis, the last week for three weks in Florida 'come alive home out at the Jack day. !I
of pink lilies so lovely we had to
Graham. 'They and'* Mrs. Clifton spent the 5 I I11t' [
people except unredeemable treasurY brides grardnothewore" a pink Hollomans. I.
notes; but with a mighty en-, Miss Elizabeth 'Sue Graham 'shartincostume with soft pink J4th in Jacksonville. with Mr. and:: 5. Young Ann Tuten caught a fish i(look around for a suitable rose.
fertilize Azaleasin
Mr .and Mrs. Elihue I Mrs Bennett-Later' in the week beautiful '!Question-Do you
thusiams and patriotic outburst of daughter of eccessories.! j i There were about 53 relatives &: 'A blue, perch and tock it July?
feeling Florida set out Inher car- LeRoy Graham of Tallahassee \, RECEPTION ;they went to Miami .to see J' cai friends of Kenneth and Doris Wood to her friend Mrs: .Thelma Williams '
reer as an .independent nation became the bride of Albert Sevier I Mr ?>nrt Mrs. Graham enter-i and Mrs. Fort and Mrs. Eula Jack who gathered Sunday July 7th fora In turn "Miss Thelma" invited: Ann !I
I Little Misses Martha Sandlin and
Wiithin three Sabin Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. Al- reception in Westmipister son. to dinner.
months she becameone ;tained with a picnic dinner in the yard. Among
Jeanie Carter, Martha the daughter -
Tenn. .
of Union of bert Sevier Sabin of Concord the church.I i AErs. had the ;
a States known as Rocm at Williams to go to
those Odessa and of Mr .and Mrs. Leon SandlinJr.
First : present were:
the Confederate States of America Saturday afternoon in the I i Arrangements ,of white gladioli !I Virginia Vickery came home for Benton Smith Mr. and Mrs. N. N. '!store for meal-fancy not having I'I and Jeanie the daughter of Mr.

and raised the star and bars over Presbyterian Church. burning tapers i snapdragons; and carnations decorated .the 4th of July holiday! from her King Marie Cribbs: and 2 children I meal in the house! Ann doesn't like and Mrs. Carlton Carter are enjoying

the State Capitol at Tallahassee. Candelabra holding decorated : the room. Fern trees formed |first term at F. S. U.i all! of Jasper. i i hush puppies but Miss Thelma an exclusive camp for 'girls in
Though five attempts were made fern and plains 'krick ivtrtd for the receiving fine i Miss knows have have meal
church. Candle markers desig- n I Elizabeth IJjwler of Fort Out of town guests were. Nelson, you to to fry I the mountains of North Carolinanear
by Federal armies to capture it, the and, bride's table. Lee, Va. is the guest for several 'fish.I HendersonviBe. They are just
Francis Sonia Ala this C Land
the nated the family pews. aid ; ;
of the red
hits of Leon with white
The table wa covered weeks of her aunt Mrs Jim Hick- I the to write of the dislikes as
; The .ev. R. DaV'ls'l'homas per- Texas Wood and son Jack; La- i age
flew the flagof the Confederacy I and laid witfiw the em* ;'man ; Mr. and Mrs. C IL Hodges hadas
Satin ovjer
and Mrs. yf I well as their likes-anyway its
formed the ceremony r. Rue Faye Tommy and Leon
until the end the orfly} Capitol of the three-tiered. I'I'I
i itoSsedorgdndY.; The i -,1;, .- I their bot.Ise'g'Ueduring' the I. ue
entire Walter James was organist Bryan all of Clyatvflle. Ga. David I
South having that,distinctionA in marriage by rake W3S topped with a replica of It was a glad reunion when the week of July 1st Mr. Hodges bro Continued on Pace 6)
The bride given and Tehlma Earp; Gail Wanda I
conservatve estimate of the either end
the bride's bouquet. At two sisters met after month flnf,
her father wore a grown of pure I Gwendolyn and Kenny Cocmel An-
I number of Florida men in the Con I ,
with erem- the table silver candelabra I[ seperation. Mrs. George
of were
federate Army is 18,000 and this silk organza enriched drew and Gertrude Musselwhite L. ,
'Fowler and
of son BiUv-were uest
lace appliques bridal tapers. Nose< avs a I
does not include independent 'brodoidered alencon holding A. Mytrice and Linda Wood Frank
companies ft@lmiics
of carnations and stephanotis ;1 short time at the Jim Hickma c
or home guards. Florida furnished 'The bodice featured appliques : Ruth Glenn and James Everett S.
c ;
neckline and long tied to the base of each can-j t!Mrs. Fowler who has been living \
one of the six full general of :the lace ,an oval wrist. The ',were ',,''in France had not sen her sis.*- E. Bryan Sr. Gary Wetheringtooand I
the Confederacy, Edmond: Kirby I I sleeves tapered at the dckbraum. Barbara Duncan all of Val-
'back finished with an organza :I Mrs Paul H. Morgan Jr. cut Mrs. Hickmon for several vears
Smith; It furnished 4 major generals -I w "'- and Mrs. Mrs. Fowler's husband Master dosta. Ti
and 12 !bow at the waist Lace appliques :!tte'cAkp M5ss Lin ttith I Iii 1@
bridgadier generals. I repeated on the controlled Edwin F Threadgilt poured and J:|Sgt. with the regular army per- Neal and Lillian Lindberg of r. .
Florida was Stephen Confederate R. Mallory Secretaryof from I.,ben shaped"skirt which extendedinto :[the bri ,in France for
L. BcKvheUe Jr. seven years. John 0' Kelly of Jacksonville Mr.
Navy during the entire period of I. a three chapel tiered ,veil of French I When they left on *"< > wrir;: J i and Mrs. Steve Byrd Orlando La- -- NEW KODAK CAMERA
Her -
'Vice-war. Florida more than sent its early quota into of the good ser I I I llusion was attached to a tiara of I r trip to Mexico; City aM A"lr I' BiPy Pennington spoke to the fayette and Dodie Wood and Ronnie ,
she carried a cascade bride was wearin" r beige suit nregatkr of the Methodist I
able men and to every call there- .seed pearls .and ..the I Harrington Winter Garden Vera -
white butterfly' rccessories. Church Sunday evening in the ab- :
with matching ae
after there was ready response. It i; bouquest o*. Stevens and Vickie Jones of Van
furnished more soldiers than it had roses and stephanotis. :1 After JMV! 30.) they will '-p ?!* scene of the pastor who is on his Nuys of California and Alva Ea- ;;;::.. --= I: ra

voting population. Iflorida troops j I'' The bride's sister. Mrs. ThomasB. :[home in Orlando. I vacation..Good things'are said of son of Quitman.Mrs .
were assigned to three fields of action j I TiUman, was matron of honor. i{'r Out o ftown c"ests at ***- Sah his speech Billy is a student at cI j IJ I: f. _

Florida, Virginia and the :Mrs. E. Palmer 'Munroe Jr. and I-Graham: we d:'-.T in Tallahi'TS' I FSU. Ollie Boone her 3 daugh- I

West and rendered noble service \Mrs. Richard B., Winchester were ;were: Dr. and Mrs. Carl D. Lewis I I ters and,families Mr. H. E. Morlan I
In each. Time does not permit fur-I I bridesmaids. !.Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs Jerry II Bro. Charlie Martin of Dore-in is Mrs. Abbie Vita Mrs. Carmon ------------------, ----
their discussion of Florida troops! Their street length dresses of|I I Lewis Jasper Mr. rod Mrs. Ed- I critically ill in the Hospital' in /I Boone cams back with here for the I I

except the three Regiments the II white silk organza over tafeta featured -',iward Fu Threadsnll Winter Haven bany. Many are the prayers. for hs: annual Clardy reunion. I II
flared -. I I recovery.Bro. . I ,.
fitted and over Edwin L E-ouchp..l
2nd 5th and 10th Florida Infantry I! bodies; {i Mr! .and Mrs. ?
in which Hamilton County men par skirts. They wore fnatchlhgr organza ,'Mr. and Mrs. Bar-ar ,Ford Jack Martin was pastor of t*"- Miss Malissa Boone from Pen- I II II I

ticipated as Hamilton County Company headpieces with tulle veils and I, sonville, Mr.. and Mrs. Horace I I First Baptist Church here for eieh sacola Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r 1I I
units carried nosegays of multicoloreds Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ray years. He and his wife Miriam are Carmon Boone is staying with her I,

(Continued next Issue) I immer Powers wilL piiik: satin Lewis Mrs. W. A. Lewis Jasper. .((much loved. grand mother Mrs. Ollie Boone fora 1 e
streamers. Mrs. and Mrs. Virgil Lewis, Mrs. I i short visit.
II i
I The 8th annual Clarady Reunion J Lynn Winchester, daughter of Robert L. Abernathy and Miss 1 I Bro_ Ed and June; Morf '1r-,-"-' 5S KODAK Cameras

was held at the Clardy Cemetery;Mr and Mrs. Richard B. ,Winchester Mary-Din-ant. Greensboro ,and boys are visiting,J"ne's T- PARTY AT REID POOL I
I Sunday July 8th with about 300 flower girl. She wore . ther Joe Ccnyers in St. Peters' for
was Its getting to be a custom the .
I 'I this week. i Bright new day in the pleasure of picture-taking!
members present also some vlsiI white silk organza and a crown of Young' Elizabeth Braswefl six Reids and the Bradshaw familiesto J

I I I ,,-- years old now is making1'her. first The Montgomery's will be leaving gather at the Reid Pool July 4. I'! With a Kodak fnifomof/c/ camera, you load instantly/ oufomafjcaJf -

"by herself" visit to her aunt Mrs so soon now for their rew homein for neighboring get-together. /, so it's easier than ever to take good pictures. No
SCRATCH PADS W .E. Banks in Palatka. Park. Their ad- Besides the Harry T Reids there
.. Orange new : threading, no fumbling-Kodapak cartridges drop rightin
Miss dress after August 1st will be Post were Mrs. Nettie Reid the Bill !There are four camera models-aU with built-in flash units-

It is good news is able indeed to be that at the Office Box 232 Orange Park Fla. Bradshaws the Charlie Rhodens, and they oil take color slides, color snaps, and black-and-
TheUrta Lewis We'll not be forgetting. them. The Russel Rhodens and the Clyde white pictures. Come in and choose the
that's right for
altho the I one you.
All Sizes for time now.. .' .
Shapes Colors. office part about givingher Paynes. With all the children there ',...--...-.- '
: hestitant : "
"f> doctors .are Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Wells are was quite a crowd and the ptcinic $15.95I
I ->: permission. rejoicing over. the arrival: of their dinner. was. .typical. Complete camera outfits, from
I .. ;* son Bradford Jr. born Sunday I
.' : j" oP, I f
.. and his fiance
Sammy Sears morning :3O--JlD1e 30 at Hamilton j I Mike and Linda Adicks spent the
t I
were in town- the past weekend. Hospital, weight t Ibs 6% oz. .weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gene i The CenterIN
;I" JUST ,MADE. UP:: 31 ,.11 Clydea Hunter is a "Sundays child is full of grace./* Adicks. Mike is with the Atlantic I
Charming Perhaps the little boy came a National bank: in Jacksonville.
: month'old now. She is the daughterof .
A NEW BATCH AT 0'i few days early so he could: see his
"" '' .' "',-i\' ) Clyde and Gloria father before he leaves. July 25, for Miss Thelma Lewis, avnt of '
ii-'i : June 7, at Lake Shore hospital Vietnam. The Wells have a little Betty Sue Graham was unable to at :, Telephone CH2-7762
_. 4 I>::' r Lake City. She weighed 8 Ibs. and .
I 3.oz. Clydea is the 4th daughter of i J
Mr. and "Mrs. Hunter and a welcome I

I addition to the family. I

Mrs. Florence Fower and son

,* Jim who have been visiting her

mother:Mrs.: Lillian Rhodes is leaving

in a few days for her home in ,
; DIRECTlY ON Datyfona Beach Miami. This is.the 'summer visit
THE OCEAN ttotrto friends l ok forward
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Largest and Finest Heated Pool Color TV Lounge .. to seeing her.

Fre Golf Restaurant Cocktail Lounge Manned .
&itertolnment Deluxe Rooms and EffieI.neT" .0 I toimed'the comer and there it
ail cool like under the oaksa -
$63 wk.. ''' ::: was ,
EffIcl n I* From per -
(Bdroomt< from $60 per wk. Mrs. '
pretty young I
See your Trovtl Agent or writ. Johns and a dozen or more chil

ft- ball?ns and surprize packages
CL 2-0431 iand"gifts to all in honor of 8 yearold

Randy Johns. '

i -t _, People up in main street _were
I M urjhg :5n the hot sun- :-trying to
[find.a parking place close to' their.
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V i I. /r J discover; why our neat, complete j that:! most quickly and definitely

'1 1 line o fbuiHing supplies will filli. prove our mettle but mankind'in :

t I I the bill! Fkforing to roofing. We general is possessed of more the hardest part about parking a Corvair is finding a nickel ,

..., i have. it! I of the courage and moral fiber
f I needed to rebound from misfortune -
!a \ I' ,; t that he might.irnagine.. That may be :aiE&it overstatementb such jauntiUie.rear. Why the rear? It gives Corvair extra tractfon

-*-- -- J USEDT-V ';,'" :, The 'world seldom wants for ness comes t fflrify: when you're 'Corvair owner. 'on any road surface.: It provides a nearly flat floor far

\ '.misery .and misfortune and atone And you can Bsaafly back it:up_ as'easily as you more useable interior space. Best of all, it produces
time p ranother we all must so light so
can1J&ekupaConair..Yon'IlilDdyoarsteenng responsive, you .
ONLY $50 can tfxn our reserves to see us self 'doing that oceaaonaBy,.if only to wonder why no other American-made
does not .
through a crisis. Life ..._ .,
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i ,dt tree of exttd1JeSRather it is Tbat's aft tbere it to it;aad featfe a ood Corvair'sengine is also air cooled, wo

t '. --. Refrigerator a 'series of peaks and valleysof example,of BowdeBgfatfuny'easy.Corralr might'add, which means there's.no antifreeze -

joy and despair;; depth of the is to own,'drive ad mai taiu. TRADE N TRAVEL l or water for you to add...er.But' .
valleys measured largely- in oar about All that from
ance n* iegan by taBdng pleasure something so
w of the rubber i $75 ability once again, turn them driving, I t's"; stick with tbat..aw! e. A TIME practical almost makes you think Corvair

,! .I Trw must tree be shipment put !" j SEE THEM :Whidi upward reminds ns things wffl large factor in 1&e' :fun of dming-a. is unique among American cars. Which
th location of its enginq in MLffDFAL isn't it W!
BEFORE YOU BUY! be looking upward come washday Corvair is the surprising ri because

I fee qrfck if you ladies.easy make:.setf-ftervtae use -of CHECK.1t TNT iHLS Ml CHEVROLET, CHEVY II, COtVAIR AND CORVETTE

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I :t4C jE.I YLI{ THE JASPER NEWS. J ,, .f>- ER. FLORIDA: [ Friday July 12. 1963

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'' -. "'accordance with the Vecommenda- Th- -? -- .j'under the -cloud,Tahd all passed entrance into
"Are re"FewThat, Be Saved ,an the promised land
tions of the;survey subject to such throughrthe'seaandrwereall' baptized The of
I -, purpose the wandering In
I- -fI2. .You and Your School I I' amendments as are made necessary .. r'-.,. unto Moses in the cloud and the wiHemes for forty years was to
The -
;: scripture says that "whatsover '; -strnent to
oM. ,L, Powell opments.to future" trends and new devel.- things were'written aforetime lead men from bondage toy of .sin! in the sea; and did an eat the ("prove" them to see who was
. same spiritual meat ;and did all ,worty to enter into the promised
written for Just ?n i Moses performed miraclesto
ft... .Nothing is so inevitable in life, made in the educational system C-2 Center: 'Center which evI-I' that ;were through patience cur learning and, produce faith hi the people then drink the-,-s$me spiritual drink'; for land. Now den't take my word for
1: v:*'as the'element of,change This ap4plies and program of the Hamilton Camay dence indicates will probably they drank of thatfspiritual Rock read for
_., :. I through comfort-.off the scrictures that he, was God's appointed ser- i jthis yourself "And thou
I : to school affairsas well as.to] jtchte-vJiVith. an ever' increas- permanent center but eveidence is I we might have hope. Romans5:4 vant to lead them out .of Egypt so that followed them ;and that Rock 'shalt remember aH the way which
:t*iany other realm of human activj !'teg cosfi&fsoperation and at the- not conclusive Has practialry the Let us go back "aforetime" and.,did Chnst perform miracles that waS Christ. 1 Cor. 1014. So as Jehovah thy God hath led thee
ty.. It is an Inherentactivity'of,I same time a steady decrease in same status as C-l center except I,study about the oldest church in we might have, faith in him as the we have this account we learn that (these forty; years in the wilderness,
man 1o; seek to improve his lot in I['school population, the county has status should be reviewed and sup- the Bible. This church was God's only begotten son of God. Just as not only was this a scripturally that he may humble thee, to prove-
This activity maintained .an over-all status 'quo porting evidence of need submitted 'baptized church but they communed thee, to know whether not thou
every way possible. i church and was son 1.,500 kind Pharoah tried to keep the chil- or
!([in the white high school for the before major construction be under I year regularly and drankof wodldest
; brings about change. While most older than the church Jesus built. dren,of Dread in Egyptian bondageso They ate keep his commandmentsDeut.
last fifteen In fact taken. Capita}; outlay projects
: years. greater a 'Spiritual' food and drink. The 82.Likewise
men are seeking to improve conditiOns -I( :Since what happened to this ch"-ch does Satan today seek to keep :
them there''i improvements have been made in specifically recommended by the the world in sin scripture states that they ate and that
by changing I was written, for our learning Rcm. bondage to when .i we today are saved
be undertakenwhen
social I II I the Negro schools of the county survey report may he drank of a spiritual food an drink: added
'li at the same time a lag included in the bud 154. Let us study God's dealings sees: Christ leading them out of are to the church Acts
:. thai tends to resist change. There I(than have been made in the white properly with it that We. might know better the power of darkness CoIL 1:13 not just because they were church 2:47 and spend our time here on
,is always a group uv-any given society ''schools as far as school plant facilities -,get. what to expect of his treatmentof After the children of Isreal heard members, but because they were this earth learning how to Behave -
that will seek to maintain 'are concerned. This is"per-'"-. C3 Center. "According to present ( the Lord's church. We want to the gospel (good news of deliverance saved church members But the ourselves in the house of God
?_ the status quo no matter how un- haps true due 4o the fact that a indications this center will prob learn this lesson before it is ever- ) of Moses, repented (changed children of Isreal walked upon: dry ':which is the church of the living
dersirable or intollerable this stat- :greater peed for improvement ably be used for a number of years 'lastingly too late. For the time is their minds )of their service to land in the midst of the sea; and God the pillar and the ground of
r quo may be. .existed there than in the white Foundation program funds may be :come for judgement to begin/at tl 2 Pharcah, they were baptized ""unto the waters were a wall unto themin the truth." I Tim 3:15. Those people .
:: times peo- schools of the county. This in no used only for necessary; lighting house of God: and for if it begin Moses in the cloud and in the sea." their right hand and on their today who do not or will not
i become so way dimishes the fact that very:sanitation safety and heating im ,first at us, what shall be the end of 1 Cor 1012. To presumptousV left. Thus Jehovah saved Isreal learn how to "behave themselves
in their definite needs now exist and have i,provements. New construction or them that obey nt the gospel of state that a certain event or ser- that day out of the hand of, theEgyptians" the house of God during this sojourn *
I g1uS s i stance to existed for quite some time in the additions cannot be made at this God? And if the righteous are ies of events in the old testamentis Exodus 14:29. Not only on this earth of about forty or

that they white schoolsof' the county. We(I center from Foundation Program ,scarcely saved Where shall the un- a "type" of something in. the does the Bible speak of this vast fifty years, will prove themselvesto
t use any face a problem that should have Funds without"further.study and reclassification. j godly and the sinner appear? ((1 New Testament seems to be a church as a saved people but it be unworthy of that heavenly
method at their been corrected several years agoa Pet. 41718. Jesus said "If ye con- pleasant past time for many prea calls them the children of Jehovah home prepared for the faithfuL
i a command whether problem that becomes more a- 'I C-4 Center Center which tinue in my Words then ere ye my chers today God has placed theedeath your God. Duetemnomy 14 J. But, ML 71:21 Mt 25:46.
honorable or cute with every passing year: :should be discontinued as soon as diciples indeed( and ye shall know sentence on those preachers the fact that God saved them that Lord wDling to be continued.

dishonorable, in This is not a problem that has adequate facilities ,can:be providedat If it is the truth and'the truth shall make and..teacher who so foolishly and day called them the $hildren of _,Kenneth E Thomas, Box 226:
order to achieve been suddenly thrust upon the an appropriate center. this you free, "John 83132. Only the carelessly engaged in such a dan- himself, DID NOT guarantee them Jennings ph. 938-2091
their purpose of maintaining the people of this county. Three state('I not( possible to discontinue truth can make us free so may we ferous practice. Professional Tyoe
: status quo. Nevertheless, in spiteof surveys made in 1948, 1951 ,and center immediately Foundation open our hearts and receive the mongers who create types in the -r
all efforts to the contrary, 1955 have all pointed in this general :'t Program Funds may be used for truth as it is taught. Luke speaksof scriptures out of their 'own imagination j DIRECTLY ON THE.WORLD'S
direction. When the Minimum ,lighting; sanitation, safty grid temporary corner! Read :.
are on
change will come and those who 1' God's church, the oldest church every t -MOST Daytona
opposed the change wil accept it, .Foundation Program first went i i : improvements. Generally in the Bible as, the church in the the awful sentence placed on every I I \ .
the benefits of it, become into effect school plant surveys |i(J(speaking, the improvements made wilderness." Acts 7:38. This church Evangelist preacher teacher, man I IFAMOUS BEACH :
happy: with it and will in time, re- were made all over the state toj j I i at such centers should be largely seems to be a direct type of the or woman who "presumes" to j! :
determine the school building salvageable when the center is discontinuEd' word in AFRIENDLVRESORT
sist effort to change the new church that Jesus built Matt. 16:18. speak a presumptiously my
order.any Such a cycle as this is needs of each county. Every,j i;f Just as the children of Isreal were name which I have not commandedhim : .taxorfew .ph* lRies.{ .n
basic to all human advancementand school site in this county and other 1 I i C-5 Center "Center should be in bondage in Egypt then, so are to speak Deut 1820. reons NEW HEATED SWIMMING c.C.Hus..lOWft.. ( ,),
progress. {counties was classified as to its I closed in the immediate future. No sinners in bondage to sin in the We seek to avoid this pitfall by pOOL AfeCoA:oaed! and"Heat.d OPEN
capital outlay expenditures from world letting the Holy Spirit through the .e.Television..Spaclous! Lawn and
The time has come when there desirability as a permanent school I| today. YEAR ROUND
indication that some site. School sites were divided into Foundation Program Fund can be Just as Moses was God's instru- New Testament very plainly tell P* Jo Fro Parting
to be .
seems definite changes need to be 5 classificatons, namely; C-l, C-2, authorized for such centers." -- ment to lead his people out of ITS when something of the old testa- Hue .U-attractions.WriU .
very C-3, C-4, and C-5. It will be inter- In 1948 and again in Egyptian bondage then, so' is ment is a "type" of somethiings in I ,WJr.' or PhODI CL 2-1452 ,
esting to note what each o fthese ,Jasper white schools were c1assi-1 the New Testament This the For Rturratlons
New Antennas classifications denote and how I I tied as follows: ---- HOLY SPIRIT has done very ,
each of the white Schools sites i;School center Grd 1-6 Gr7-9 GrlO-12 I' point to a justification of the expen- plainly concerning the church in
: very committees which made re-Jasper C-4 C-l Cl'ditures or such funds in Jasper. It the wilderness, being a type of the I .
"_ With 30ft Pole were classified by a seperate sur- Jennings C-1 C-2 C-3 does point to the wisdom of con- church which Jesus built For -
T ports in 1948 and again in 1955. I White Springs C-l C-2 C-3 I solidating the three schools of the I would not that ye should be Ignorant I r
installed. C-l Center: 'Center well locatedto The. construction of the Jasper. county. y how that all our fathers were ,
white school in the -- -
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serve a substantial number of, .
$25.00 only: phase of this survey and recommendation -
pupils for in the future I .
.Many years that has been madeas .. -
where county board should proceed ., I
Bass T. V. Shop far as the white schools of the '
with such steps as are necessary, '

Phone including portion us of any of the part Foundation of capitaloutlay since county 1948 are has concerned.it been At possible no time to The bigger your family..the more you'll save .

state Program Foundation
Program Fund when properly included use .
792-6565 .
Flunds for-adding or building senior
l in the budget ,to provide ..
high school plant facilities at .,. \. '
adequate school plant facilities in 4'M
Jill !
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either Jennings or White Springs. .... .,
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'A! t Such funds would have been avail- .'" ,
'I able for Jasper had they not been .
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exhausted in providing school plant facilities for of .
theNegro youth '
J' : :.
t; the county and for the construction s :;lI '
of the Jasper Elementaryschool. I
"I.. -, Convenient locations These surveys clearly indi- :?. +

= cate that there is no justificationin
I 1. 903 N. Ashley St. spending capital outlay funds in p rA j

I 'DRIVE-IN. SERVICE =:either the Jennings or the White
E CH 2-2011 Springs white high schools. It does

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) Ask Congress to money-saving ?

J St. Petersburg .,- pass. .
:: M) FLORIDA haz' Serve up some comfort Put ,.1 > Minimum Rates" ?
I an living end with to uncomfortable year-round. Freight legislation now

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'.f 18; electric air conditioning.' .
-- -- it's fun, anytime, Wouldn't it be nice to open
the front door and find cool =l LOOK around your dining room table. Nearly recognized by the "Minimum Freight Rates" billS'l

ot Redington Beach cool air conditioned com everything you see-in fact, almost everything on and it will be corrected when the bills are passed.

It'real fun at the Billows, overlookingthe fort Phone today. Electric'air 1' V the family shopping list (meat, chicken, eggs, butLet's get one thing straight. The proposed legislation -

GuI&..FulI l sized kitchen apartments' conditioning. costs less I r ter, milk, vegetables, and many other items-will will not I let railroads raise their prices one
compl.taly"fuinlshitdd, for all the family. than you think., Uve better ,
dose to bathing shopping, facetradtss ele trically.IiI.. r V favorably affected when the Minimum Freight penny on anything without Interstate Commerce ,

; ItJdieelftl\'IolftamEfi: irie rest au- 1 t: Hates".bills now before Congress are passed.Why Commission approval. It will permit railroads to

'tart+s; 'Beautifully'kept grounds, .Because many freight rates are now higher than lower prices on agricultural products and bulkUieYneed

< : dwhit., 'scm -beach. Lovely I be. They can-and will-be reduced commodities such as salt sugar, coal, grain, and

CaiIPLETELY furnished apartments: I I. wh railroads have freedom to lower rates. many others. Lower freight costs on these important -
double, from
Pt HIsit i occupancy,
ApARTl4 m $40 I. id $SO, per week, I :Lower freight charges mean lower prices for family budget items will put money in your

'for- two. yon, the consumer. But what happens today when pocket.
k, We will "Pick You Up" .
e II American will billions of dollars
A WEEK Wrffe for Information : railroads try to lower their freight charges? On consumers save J

t io : TIRO / coal foo0; instant lit freight, that moves m large volume, our requests each year when Minimum Freight Rates

MAy'h Ilt( 'fi to lower our rates are almost invariably opposed. bills, as they are now written, become law. Everyday

9iL Eleniiany! by barge or truck interests sometimes both This */ of delay is costing you money.Vrite Congreresu1ts

in long, costly regulatory delay and, too today. Ask your Senators to vote for S. 1061. Ask

aS. often, our request is turned down cold..This keeps your. :.Congressman to vote for H.R.4700.Dolt.now-/r f':
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( --' "i TO-OPEN BEAUTY SOLON I I .,.;,. -

JENNINGS Burnhant'NewsBy. .. I '

tt JJJobks / II Mrs Doris CoHunn wishes to let '
: 1
I Ienr NEWS '-everyone know that she will open I
( at her Mr. and I II FILMS
her business Thursday Mrs. Monte Joe Morgan OBiTUARIES: 1

by Ray Nell Burnett home, which is located on S. E. of Pompano spent last week with
sus- Central ave. It will be known as I their mother Mrs. Annie Morgan. J IBrri

I continued 1 ;Mrs.: and Mrs. S. S. Hill celebrated Doris Beauty Salon Also spending last week with Mrs
( from page three)
their,:50,_Vedding anniversary Morgan were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse

1 good fo rthe mto have this change. one July 4thl Members of Green of Dalton Ga.

their family here were: Mr. and 'C. I Developed
I The viburnam grew all out of Mrs. Douglas Limbough of Jacksonville -' Mr. and Mrs. Green returned to I I'I I I I S

character in the corner of the yard I Mrs. Ella Mae and Sherryof 'their home Thursday and Mr. and I I Don victor Wlmmer, 55, resident

In the spring I sawed off several ,! Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 'I Mrs. Morgan returned to their I lof White Springs died last week. He r
limbs and left three. Yesterdaydown win Hill and family of Lake Park home, Sunday. !i was the owner and operator of the I 24-HOUR SERVICE-!

come another with the axe Ga. Mr. and Mrs. XL. E. Pollock I II 'Miami Motel,,in White Springs, Fla

can't quite decide There is one I and family of Valdosta Ga. and t t1 vv I Mary Lou Mathis C' and Children- He formerly lived in Memphis I BLACK AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR

straight up. I'm enclined to leaveit 1'Mr.. and Mrs. James J. Hill and Terry Benny and Steven of Gaines 1I .Term, was a Mason ana. memberof SLIDES OR PICTURES

>-I think today I'll chop off the "children of Clewiston. I viUe,spent Thursday July 4, 'withtheir I Moroco Temple of the Shrine.Survivors .

other i I :Mr. James Edward Jr. returned. parents and grandparents Mr I are, his wife of White FilmFor Sale

I *> I'home after a long visit with his and Mrs. Bert Zipperer. i I Springs two brothers Howard I Polaroid) Rim 35 m.m. Color Film Other Film
grandparents. Mr Mrs. s. .
Mrs. Walter Abel of North Caro-> and S.i. Wlmmer Memphis, Leonard "
lima the former Sara Camp of Hill and Mrs. and Mrs. A. L. Pol I. Keith and Frances-Nickolson and Wimmer Tampa Funeral services I 'II .

White Springs sister of Buddie and lock. He is from Clewiston, FJa. son Robert of Beaumont, South were held .last Saturday at 2 p.m. Bring Your Rolls To .
Mrs. and Mrs. Glenn Skiper &: Carolina spent the holidays with in chapel of Harry T. Reid Funeral { ,
been ill in
Raymond Camp has
the Hamilton County Hosptal but family from East Palatka spent I: Parents do you know what 4-H their parents and grandparentsMr. Home in Jasper Final services &: j I THE JASPER NEWS .
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,is? 4-H is exacQy what it says and Mrs. Anson Johnson.I I Interment was held in Memphis

has improved.. Charlie Burnett and boys_ Also Mr. Head, Heart, Health, Hands. These Tenn. I
I Maxine"Sullivan SY 2-6331 J
and :Mrs. Bill Herring: and family 4-Hs help make this world yours. Garrard and and .
Mr and Mrs. Louis Druck of and Thelma Fiveash spent last'You have worked for it. Your chil- children of Macon Ga. spent the .

Chicago who have had six delightful weekend with Mr .and Mrs. Charlie dren will be living in the world of I I weekend with their parents and DOES YOUR BUSINESS },
weeks here'With their daughterand :grandparents :Mr "and Mrs. Joe ; MAKE 1 1mE
Burnett. They are from Vero Beach ,tomorrow. You should encourage I LETTERHEAD
son-in-law and children Mr. |I I t
I am sorry that"Mr. Jack Vaughn them to stand up and make the Sullivan. Garrardf iandi;Maxine andlchildren :
and Mrs. Charlie Levin and family I(j
is sick. I wish him a speedy recovery I.best better, as you have. You learn were returning from Au- I IlT
left Jasper with Mrs.'Levin and j I by doing. As a child 'grows older j Jburndale where they spent the' ,

Daughter Brenda the past Sunday he learns by doing also. As you past several days with their par- R1IGHT
'for Atlanta Ga. where they will Mr. and Mrs. .James 'Lucas and,j have learned from your parents he ents and grandparents Mr. and ,
friends and relatives for a eon James Jr. visited relatives st I !
Visit or she learns from; you. Through Mrs. Matthew Glenn, (1 ? SA
few days before going by jet to JacksonvilleI I this guidance he learns to be the \ :

their home in Illinois. am glad: "to hear that Mr. Willy j((!leader of tomorrow. In the coming Mrs Harlan Burnham and children -

Beck is feeling better.' I 1! Lavon and Eriene Pat j/1:
Mrs. Graham Black and Mrs. C. fall the local dubs will be startingthe Floyd I i iI
Sauls 1963-64 club year. Encourage; Junior Selph Janie and Farrell I
E. Howe had as their guests the Donny is recoverying now -
your child, if he between 10 and Burnham attended Church Sunday :: I i
past Sunday their paternal cousins after his stay in the hospital.I I : -
k cal July 7. at First Christian Church
Mr. and Mrs. Christie Pattersonand am glad to welcome back Mr. 19 years of age ,to join > I I
club in Lake Park Brother W. J. Thurs j
their children Miss Nancy and and Mrs. Prine and family. They f
Dennis Smith, Jasper Senior dy is pastor there I I
moved to Clewiston last \
Margaret and Christie Patterson; year. They *. ,
Jr. of Valdosta Ga. Christie Sr is returned only a few days ago. I
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond MathisJr. i
an Eledr in the First: Presbyterian WORKING and children returned to their LET I

Church in Valdosta ana they came BRIDAL LUNCHEON HONORS There will be a Cemetery I home in Jacksonville Sunday after '1 I

down in time to hear the Rev. Ed. Working at Friendship Baptist I spending I[ several days last week US ,I
one of their MISS SALLY .CAMP HELP>
Montgomery preach

desires as they had heard much The surburban home of :Mrs. Joe 13 th. Everyone come and bring I MD. Mary :Mathis, l .r la ,,, YOU ,! :_. 2 _
of this Montgomery .
good work.Legal .
'tools for t WITH... 1
From here they all vent to visit Sapp was the setting for a bridal: .

:Mrs. Howe in Live Oak. Nancy Texas luncheon ng Miss Tuesday Sally Camp, July whose 9,marr-honor I AdvsIN ugly No your matter'are how, you handsome still look or better how j i I! Letterhead Design ;I FLORIDA'S CITRUS INDUSTRY .
for Houston
leaves soon : . '
iage to Mr.: Jeff Monitez will be an when you smile I IS NEARLY 400 YEARS OLD HISTORY RECORDS THAT
where she will teach. COUNTY JUDGE'S .s i i Gilbert New Cotton
:Mr. and Mrs. David Blevms of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis. Vickers of Baptist Church of Jasper COUNTY FLORIDA Live Oak spent Sunday afternoon Fibre Bond Paper..... IN 1579, ABOUT 200 YEARS BEFORE CALIFORNIA'S FIRST

Jacksonville visted their relatives Hostesses for- the occasion with THOM IY HE: M.ESTATE VAUGHHV OF, Dereaned. with their brother and family Mr. I I Quality Printing PLANTINGS.

here the fourth. Their daughter Mrs. Sapp were Mesus. 'Leon NOTICE TO CREDITORS and Mrs George. Young Sr. in .
!Marian is in North Carolina at the Sandlin and Ernest Chandler To All Creditor and All' Persons I
Having Claims or Demands Against -
and then she A pink color scheme used .
Baptist Ridge Crest was, Said Estate: I look business '
comes home to go by train with a in the entrance hall and at the You and each of you. are hereby Mrs.Minnie Shiver and daughter Take r jood at your Another Important 4

group of Florida students to the brides table. -The brides table was I I notified claims and and .required demands to which present you any.or Patricia visited Mr. and Mrs. Corr-I I letterhead. Can it be improvedthroagbvewdesiga..betterpaper FLORIDA PRODUCT, PHOSPHATE

of Kansas for the National overlaid with a outwork cloth, the either of yon may have against the bett Deas an d&aughter Margie
University estate of Troy M. Vaughn a widower I 1 (AS PLANT FOOD) J CHAS
centerpiece being wedding, Sunday afternoon.
Meeting of the Junior ClassI- : I deceased late of Hamilton County ..quality printing? Call na,there'sno I.
cal League a Latin League which.reings flank d with pink carnations i I Florida, to the Honorable Hamilton John I 1 I I.I HELPED MAKE FLORIDA
McCormick County Judge of We will be
and side anda obligation, to yon.
Marian is State Corresponding Secretary snapdragons on one County Florida, and file the I THE WORLD'S MAJOR PRO-

having been elected. at the : bride doll on the other side to I Courthouse same in his in office Hamilton in the county County HELP .STOP t .happy to discuss it with you...and ; DUCER OF ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT -
her costume. I
Florida State meeting in Orlando, compliment I Florida, within six calendar months show you how we can be of assistance AND TANGERINES. AI
in ApriL The National Conventionis The hostesses presented the hon- from the date of the first publication
oree with a sterling pie server. hereof. Said claims or demands to MALICIOUSr tom, in improving this vital -u.rcuionmakerw .
five out in Kansas.
for days I
contain the legal address of the i
Forty guests were invited to at- claimant and .to be sworn to and WOODS BURNING' of your busineaa. ii :
D i
the aforesaid or sam will be i ,
Mrs Jim Black and sons Graham -. tend the event honoring popu- present as w
I barred I I
Black m and Ralph Black: lar bride to be. First publication. July... U, 19(3C \ .. -- the .: asper X C'j. j. t r- ". .II,4
A. .
J visited Jasper over the weekend. As Curator of the Estate- of .... 1 t : .
Mrs. Black is working on her Troy M. Vaughn .a widower '
recently returned from over seas deceased 1
Masters Degree at Stetson University service and has been assigned to July 12. 19, %6. Aug 2 ,
-for the past two years she has
the well known Virginia Military:
taught in elementary schools in IN COUNTY JUDGE'S t
Institute as "instructor V M. L COURT. IN AND FOR
Orlando and Deland.
is one of the old schools and its a HAMILTON COUNTY.
Major Jeff Tuten nephew of honor to be sent there as an in- For tern as today's roads and cars.: And service,as:
Adicks structor. May God bless the fine IV RE Estate of dependable gasolines ,
Wynn Tuten and Mrs.: Billy -
MARY P. RILEY. Deceased, convenient SB yomsnpeRnarietlForpower that .
and the son of the late Epstien boy and family. TO ALL PERSONS AND CREDITORS I ::; =
Tuten and Mrs. Iris Tuten who C. HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST .wide, awake service ?**" fits your car,chooso from three Standard gaso ,

now teaches in Deland has done J. W. and Jean Register of a SAID You ESTATE and each: of you are herebynotified I ..f! .. lines, Dixie's fa"voriteHor three generations. '

well for himself and all Jasper is Seville, Florida: are"welcomed visi-I claims and and demands required which to present you any or r STANDARD' STANDS'' OUT Crown Extra,Crown and Economy Crown gaso

proud of this native son. Jeff has tors in Jasper even for a few days. either of you. may have against, deceasedlate the lines of'erall thepoweryottr car can use-and not \
estate of MARY P. RILEY
of said County, to the County Dixie's go-sign. .that big, familiar Standard a nickel wasted! Step in today for long-running \.
Judge of Hamilton County Florida.
I A CLASSIFIED ADS ;at his office h\ the Court house of sign in clean red, white, and blue. Every day Standard fuels,wide-awake Standard service.
said County at Jasper. Florida Ai
moremotoristadiscoveritmeansfueisasmod- OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
within six calendar months from the
I. ,''FOR, SAKE 1969 English Ford'time of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
FARMERSMONEY Station Wagon. 3 new tires-ex-I be in writing and state the place of
cellent buy $20000 residence and. Post Office address of
the claimant and sworn to by theclairoent. -
NADA value
for your farm opera- $310. I his agent or attorney, and
any claim not so filed shall be void.
tions at reasonable cost. Terms REPAIRS-We repair all types I George P. Riley
to fit needs. Loans to Executor of the last' will
your up TV and radios also small ap I I I a r
and testament" of :Mary p.
7 years. Can North Florida Production pliances. Mannings Radio Service. RiI...). deeensvd.First .
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave Jasper. 792-4421. tfc Publication. June 28th, 1963! y: il- L
I June 28, July 6. 12. 19 1963
Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 FURNISHED APARTMENT For

i i rent upstairs. Call 792-6331 Robert .. i. .... rfljRDt

.. Ehlert. Reg. Real Estate Broker l
tic a (!
Sale. Good condition. $40 and I. e

$50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper -i i I SEVERAL USED REFRIGERATORS --
phone 792-4421 tfc i I I
I { )-- Best of-condition. Priced -

SEPTIC TANK and Drain Field i t -to sell 1\fannings'.Rad1o Service

Cleaning J. W. Darby Jasper Jasper_ phone 792-4421 tfc I
Call 792-3801 tfc ---
PIANO FOR SALE Upright A Service of Your Doctor of editiae.. .
You Local Medical Society and th.
practice piano ,in good condition.
FOR SALE Lot on Suwanne Florida Medical .Association. ,
River at Suwannee Springs. Rea-I 5150 June Montgomery. 792-6751 tfc ........ .- :-- -- < .
sonable. Inqure Robert E1 ert. Real GOOD USED TV '> ,
Installed for
Estate. Broker 792-6331 tfc I 100.00. and up. Mannings Radio Mumps is also called parotitis I. .:)

t[Service. 792-4421 Jasper. tfc being a swelling of the .
\ parotid glands. These are the I [ r'I
FREE LUBRICATION! WANTED Person to work large salivary glands in frontof ,

We will ivea FREE Lube Job t time. Make) credit reports in part-Jas- the ears.Mumps I : : ..... ;

with each oil change--for a ( full is an acute viral ___ _
per details. Box: 1497 Jacksonville .
Infection of sudden onset. Al- .7-, '. 4'.
limited time only! Florida nc though more common in chil- Li .

.Firestone Tires dren mumps occurs fairly often
.Delco Batteriesat r FOR SALE Cypress tobacco among adults. It is highly; contagious !

competitive prices! sticks at mill .one mlle south of and spread by indirect

FRED TAYLOR'STEXACO I Madison ,on State Road 14 phone contacts.

STATION 973-6334 after 7 p.m. Girlie :i agaas. the Complications central nervous may system involve the

Jasper Telephone 792-2903 Madison Florida J26c I mammary (breast) glands in i e

either sex and til: sex glands. .
FARMS WANTED IF YOU NEEDED I Most persons with mumps recover
would like to sell your farm VISIT FRIER :MUSIC COMPANYin fully unless complications ,

see us. We have calls for farms I C>CC1U". As an aid to preventcomplications i R .... .
1 Live Oak. Florida for all yourmusical the patient ... ,,., v9rI
week. .W. L.
Bryan Reg
every needs from organs and 1 I should. remain in bed until 'advised i
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY
t pianos to records and! record play- otherwise even though
} 2-2985 or SY 2-6331 ers be may feel welL The principal
----- tfcATHLETE'S complications in the adult male

Georgia Plate Glass Co. FOOT is mumps orchitis in..which I
.there is swelling of.the ,sex '
.Store Fronts HOW TO TREAT IT glands. In severe cases orchitis ,

0&Hrron BesIIvered result in sterility.
k .Tub Enclosures, Showers Apply. instant drying T-4-L. You may The incubation of mumps iI i- i '

215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285 eel it, take hold to check: itching. averages 18 days and the first I 1

1 VALDOSTA baralBg. In minutes. Then In 3 to 5 symptom is usually fever followed "
days watch infected skin slough by swelling of one or "

;WANTED Damily to work on off. Watch.healthy skin replace it. both of the parotid glands. The '

small Dairy farm. Only reliable If not please IN'ONE HOUR your48c urns causing the disease isriven :
off in droplets.from the
Terms need apply. L. CL Jackson. 'back at durg'Store., Now at mouth or nose of the afflicted f .1. *
Mayo Fla.. phone '794-387L J12c I Wise's Drug Store or Kayo's Drug person during the time the I

I Store Jasper J26c glands are enlarged and for
a short period before en1a.rgej j ,
DmONED. COLONIAL ,HOUSE Mumps is always an uncom .t
OF_MUWC' ;..IMS N. PATTEH6ON.' I PAPER: I lamble ':affliction,-in that the ,. 1 i -
W ke swelling in front of the ear \ .

JUc eH THE JASPER NEWS swallowing.interferes with chewing and ]t WOODROW BEES, AGENT, LIVE OAK, FLA.1T .

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Minutes Meeting feelthat; consolidation is a step for-1 journalism. ? poetry appreciation_ togs and strive to provide for our WHEREAS, on the 28th day of <:
;.: f: wanl"for.quali ;education in Ham and ;dramatics.D.: *f rt f1I children the quality education to I June 1963 ,the said County Board 4e 31 RSper h1s -
Board of PublicInstruction L ,:-,, ilton County. L\vsmt to go on recordas I An :In&tstrial Arts Department which they are entitled if they are considered the recommendationswhich I. -
favoring this moVement for the scan he.artrteri.: This- instruction>vill] {to rrepared'to to live a? useful were submitted by the Coon, Published
followiq greasons9 9 help those who do not plan to go'I cit'zens in'our community. 'fay Superintendent of Public Infstruction Every Friday j
With the ever increasing operational Jon to college in that they can be, In the fall I am going to arrange: '1, with reference to the pro? -"-. Second Class Postage Paid at Jasper Florida
.'cost*: of_the school system,J j given Training in some useful" trade a series cf tours f r interested pa'posed bond issue and reached the Subscriptions Strictly in Advance
Jasper, Florida and with the decreasing enrollment|A good program would include instruction fr.r'I t;> vHt several'consolidated: j jscliocb 1 I conclusion-that the projectjcs lor -
June 29, 1963 within the county it becoming in- in basic electrical work, : ? so that they might see firsti I which 'bonds. ate" propose to be $3.00. in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County'

The Board of Public Instruction creasingly more difficult to provdefo I woodworking, .automotive mechan- hand a modem well' equipped I issued are. essential for the school Cards of Thanks _ _ 1.00 Minimum
of Hamilton County met today for rthree separate high schools.lies, mechanical drawing radio and {school in action. I of the said County, and .
the last meeting of the fiscal year. ONE school can provide more adequately ,television work. ;:I As Superintendent of Public In !program WHEREAS the County Board Telephone SYcamore 2-6331)

The following members were pre- in all areas for every stu- t National concern has 'teen shown i struction, I recommend that our has determined that it is not practicable Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert Editors and Publishers
i dent. I am aware that new prob- over dropout, student who this ,
sent: Clyde Hunter, Chairman, quit !Board: approve progressive to prepare a plan for carrying
Johnny Butler, Allen B. Tyree, lems will arise but people from ; school before they graduate. We in < step for Quality Education in Hamilton out the projects ,or any part:
Frank Matthews ,and E. V. Stor-I all sections of the county united in I I Hamilton County, are concerned County thereat, with current funds which
mant. The Superintendent and effort with school administratorscan about this too. One answer to this {The following resolution was presented have been or can be set aside for I State of Floidaith the request 4-H BOYS ATTEND
secretary Harry T. Reid, was pres participate in the formulation ;'i;problem may be the establishment : that 'and, that he act thereon as follows: SHORT COURSE
ent. Mr. F. B. Harrell, attorney for I of a school program that will best of a school program that meets the A RESOLUTION OF THE WHEREAS, the said County !1, L That he approve the said pro
the Board, was also present. serve the ,needs of the boys andI ] needs of each individuaL A Diver-I BOARD OF PUBIC INSTRUCTION Board has determined that no por- I jects. Don Wetherington Bin Butler,
The meeting opened with prayer I I girls in this county. sified Operative Training Pro- OF HAMILTON COUNTY tion of such projects can be car- 2. The he approve the proposed Mr. Andrews and Dennis mlth,
by Mr. Reid I I We do not have in any one of cur gram, known as ocr, may be provided -I l FLORIDA REQUESTING ried out and the costs met from plan for meeting the total costs attended the 4-H short course that
Dr. F. T. Midder Jr. presented (high school a modern wett-equipp-I f In this course those students J APPROVAL OF BOND ISSUE proceeds of the Special District of said projects as set out(was held at the University .C
ed science laboratory.. As a result !desiring to do hereinabove the issuance -'
a petition signed by more than <- might get a part I millagej voted'Jor.that purpose or H -including .'Eterfefe on June 2t 28. We attended *
-<**"*nan -twenty-five-percent (23) ) 'of the ofahisaiack cHfacilitlesipurichil-; time job In Some'business ''professional TAX-SCHOOL DISTRlCTWJM* from county current funds whichare of proposed'bonds. this Short Coarse learn
qualified electors in Hamilton: dren are not getting the science : office and be supervisedand i BER ONE OF SAID COUNTY needed for salaries of tea- I 3. That he approve the calling to more
; foundation that they need. It is graded of the 28th of not holding and of about how to serve his club corn.munity .
County, requesting that an electionbe as a part their school j I WHEREAS on day chers of other necessary expensesof concluding; an
held for the issuance of bonds Ii impossible to biuld and equip three ,'program They are, in reality, I i June A. D.. 1963 THE BOARD OF operating the schools or from election for the purpose of de- and country.We .
not to exceed $400,000.00 for the science- departments because of learning a trade and going to I PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF HAMILTON such funds which can reasonablybe terminiing whether or not arrived at 5:10: ajn. and registered
purpose of acquiring, building andfurnish1rng. ]I I small enrollments in each school school at the same time. This may i I COUNTY FLORIDA, received expected to be available by the bonds shall be issued in an The next morning w*_ arose
.,consolidated Hamilton :',and the limited' amount of money be the means of keeping in school a petition signed by more time the projects arecompleted, amount not to exceed the sum at 6:15 ate breakfast then went
Cow .availableNot some who would normally drop out i[than twenty-fiv percent ((25%) of the of $400,00000, to be used to
ty'High SchoqPat the presenfJasperTElernentEflry : and cannot be completed on to the morning assembly From
one-of our -high schools and at the same time upon gradua1tion [the qualified. 'electors, residing meet the costs of completing _
: School site |I '' I basis of a loan against county or there went to the where
Home Deipartment. room
tn dern' Economics {
a = they would be prepared in a 'I within Special"Tax School District in said projects.
in Ann C.
Jasper :Florida Airs j district current funds approved
1' As it stands there ; the classes were held. Then to
now useful field
of work. [Number One (1))'of said County,,requesting -
237.27 A motion
Malpas Supervisor of accordance with Section was made by Mr. Matt- !
tion certified that the Registta-I: are not enough girls enrolled' in] Provision can be made for a full I I,r that an election be held and hews that the above and foregoing dinner which 4 relaxing period fol
.... said petiton were duly qualified home economics in any one school j i time Guidance Counselor who will '; for the issuance of bonds and set- WHEREAS the said County resolution be adopted. This motion : lowed. We had recreation from 1.
,electors of Hamilton County and I i to warrant a full teaching unit inj I II give daily counsel to students with tog forth the amount of the bonds Board finds that it will be neces- was seconded by Mr. Stormant p.m. to 5p.m. But the council delegates
I this field. The County has to bear their individual problems as wellas jj desired to be issued, the purposees had a meeting in that time.
the number of signers were more sary to issue bonds in the amountof with the reservation that he is not
than twenty-five percent of, the:this expense since the Home Eco preparaton for developing their thereto, and that the proceeds to I I Ir Four Hundred) Thousand approving or is in favor of consoli- We had supper then the evening
nomics unit is over and above our potentalities in a chosen vocationfor 'be derived! from the sale of such After this
total registration for the county. I (400000.00 dollars to completesaid dation. The chairman called for assembly. was over we
.average daily attendance units. life. I I'{[r bonds shall be used for the pur- could
such bed
projects proposed for vote and those voting for adoptionof go to or do something
A delegation citizens from Jennings I We have not been able to furnish In our present school set up, students i I l i poses set forth in the said petition, bond issue within one dear prioro this resolution were Fank Matt- else.
protested ,the filing of this enough typewriters or other types are bang deprived of partici-j;[which said petition was in words 1
resolution and lews and E. V. Stormant with the
petition and stated that they would 'of business machines for the three date of this On one occassion ,a former 4-H
pation in band, glee club (public s and figures substantially as follows I
,. like additional time to file a petition !- commercial departments of our t tI school musia and art. By bringing.; Wit WHEREAS the assessed value of reservation that he is not. approv- club member now the student body
,with the Board. The next regular i'I schools. We have done the best we our children together .and pooling ];ito TO:: THE COUNTY BOARD he taxable property; of said ng or is in favor of consolidation; I president Paul Hendrick spoke to
:; those
meeting of the Board, August i could with the available funds, but our.resources we can give then the j I! OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Special Tax District .according to this resolution voting against the adoption of us on Friday morning to give a

6, 1963, was the time set for receiving -j when you divide it up three ways, advantages of a' better equipped j I OF HAMILTON COUNTY, he last assessment for state and and Allen! B. Tyree.were The Johnny vote Butler beinig I brief! address. _

this petition it does not do much good, or go and more varied school curriculum! 1 FLORIDA: county purposes was 3920034.00 I tied, Mr. Hunter voted for The freshman classes consistedof :
Mr. Reid made the following' rec-.. very far Every area of our school program |I I We, -the-undersigned residents I and this proposed bond issue together (I adoption of the resolution with the the, I Improving yourself through 4-H
ommendations to the Board ] Our present schools do not have can be improved.In and duly qualified Electors of with any existing I reservation that he is Communications, Thought and talk
To The Board: of Public Instruction adequate library facilities. The educational advantages of said Special Tax School not aprovingor
I I opposing consolidation. Whereupon ., Carreer exploration, Grooming and
of Hamilton County, FloridaIn (library is considered the heart of I have briefly outlined, I NUMBER 1 OF HAM- District does not exceed twenty I
conformity with Chapter 230.33:) ,the educational program. Our chil- there will be other opportunitiesthat ILTON COUNTY FLORIDA, percent of said assessed value, and I of it was declared by the Chair- clothing and You can go to college
Laws of FHorida which of well- WHEREAS, there are no out-, nan said Board that the adoption The Seniors classes were Forestry
requiresthe dren need the advantages a will benefit our county. I firmly residing within said School Dis | of
County Superintendent to make equipped ;library with a full time believe a Hamilton County High trict desiring the issuance of standing Special Tax School, Dis-'I Mr. L the Resolution was carried. Agriculture Held Crops production
certain recommendations, to the certified librarian. School will bring our County closer bends:: by said. School Districtin trict bonds in said District in any,1 P. Allison, principal of Poultry Entomology, Communications
School Board for consideration, I ONE school can provide for all, together.I compliance with the Statutes amount and that the levy requred White'-Springs High School, roc Rural Law, Dairying,
hereby submit the following as a each year a foreign language 'program know what a consolidation pro and Laws of Florida for the to retire the proposedbonds would immended that Mrs Mary EtteHolloway i Pathology, Horticulture Conserving
basis for my recommendation per- % hoc iaindk1es, a modern gram wil require a transportationsurvey purpose hereinafter 'set forth be approximately nine ((9) mills nell be Mrs. Dorothy Fen- [ natural Resources and Agriculture -
taining to the matter of the Board language laboratory, (The Vocational and a re-routing of our J and stated hereby. in compliance including both principal and inter- White appointed;-tea&ers in the i Engineering.
concerning a consolidated high Agriculture Department can be school busses, however this probl- with Section 236.36, Flor- est payments as they mature: 1963-64 Spr>,gHigh School for the Through this you have an idea of
term A motion
school for Hamilton County.I strengthened and enlarged. The lem can and will be solved. Wehave'good ida Statutes 1961, and in com SCHOOL BOARDD GAL THREEp by Mr. Stormant was made [|what Short Course is like
have been carefully offer ,' _NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED seconded by Mr. .
English Department can \ roads good busses and pliance with the Statutes and ; Matthews .
ing this matter for consider-I' ewe' : BY THE BOARD OF and carried that they be Reporter, Dennis Smith
some courses in creative writing, speech will make a survey of the county Laws of Florida, do petition appointed. I
so that students will be required said Board of Public PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF HAMILTON
.. J County Amotion. was made by Mr.
\ to ride 'Very little longer and far- Instruction of Hamilton CountyFlorida. COUNTY FLORIDA:
SUMMER ther than they now do.. However to issue Bonds of said That the costs of the said pro- Tyree and carried seconded by Mr. Matthews state bid prices.It .
SPECIAL I other counties larger than ours "SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISI I jects be paid from money to be de- that school budget amendment was announced that bids will
have, solved this problem and thereis TRICT-NUMBER 1 OF HAM- rived from the proceeds from the unmber one from Sup- be received on August 6. 19, for:
21-inch Picture Tube no'reason at all why we cannot ILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA", sale of said bonds now proposed to adopted.port and Maintenance Funds be Petroleum Products, Gas for eook-
$24.95InstaUed do the We not 1 to exceed be issued, and ing and heating, LtebHilty Insur-
same. are asking our j in an amount not
In Yoi/r TV Set people to do something new; this I If $400,000. in compliance with BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat j I been Mr. Reid reported that he had ance for school buses and Milk for
the said bonds, as voted, shall offend one hundred and fifty the School Lunch Program.The .
withone,; year warranty! program has been tried and proven I and as provided by the Statutes dollars
; (150.00)) for the meeting of
old of
i be issued according to a schedule an chassis, minutes
times and after of -for the
: many : a period and Laws of'jjFknida,
J7-INCHPICTORE TUBE ONLY $21.95 adjustment, patrons would go backto purpose of acquiring, buildingand which will permit the bonds to be not being used. A motion was made IJune 4, 1963 were read. A motion
by Mr
COMPLETE SERVICE ON ALL MAKESManning's 'the old way.I furnishing consolidated retired over a period of not exceeding Matthews seconded by Mr made by Mr. Matthew, see-
am aware that a consolidationof Hamilton. County High SchoolIncludingxsitelmprovements twenty (20) years and. Tyree and carried ,that this chassis ond by Mr Tyree and carried that
be .
Radio"'Service I school'will require personal ad- at BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED sold.A hey be adopted.
justments and sacrifices, but as the present JSsper Elementary that a copy of this resolution be motion was made by Mr. Stor-I There being no further business,
.. Jasper Telephone 792-4421 transmitted to the State Superintendent man, seconded by Mr. Matthews he meeting adjourned.
parents, and leaders we School site in Jasper, Florida I I .
I must lay aside our personal feel- and of Public Instruction, of the and carried that three school bus ,ATTEST Harry T. Reid Superih.Clyde .
t chassis
be purchased based on the Hunter. Chairman.
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EUGENE N. ADICKS '* _", ., *-..Furniture and Fixtures. ....._.____.. .'"..,; 20,235.00 P. c. CRAPPS, Jr. .

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