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 19, 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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I d: .Charles A. Swain [; immunizations Tobacco Marketing, 1962 ACP Practices 5 ASC Committee
-" Elected President :ITo Be Given Cards, Are Ready 'Announced! Elections PlannedClyde Around

11' Of Kiwanians In JenningsI With the tobacco marketing season I 1 1I The '
I I conservation and development Payne Agricultural Stabilization -
fast approaching ASCS county ; of Hamilton County's soil and Conservation Service The Corner. !
Charles A. Swain. Cape May I The lacal Health Department an- office personnel have been busy t water and wildlife resources took a County Office Manager announced]

"""-.. 'ewJgtsey .businessman, was, nonuces that Immunizations will j preparing 1963 tobacco marketing ,big step forward In 1962 according today that the annual election of
be given Frey SJuly 26"from,9-11' cards for the county's Hue ,cured i ito an announcement made "today" ASC-Kxnxuratteemen wilL be held in .

a.m. in the city Hall in Jennings, producers., : by Clyde R. Payne, ASCS County August. The 1963' election calendarhas L _........ .... .-
This Clinic is specifcally for Clyde R. Payne. ASCS County
set up Office Manager. Conservation been '
Office Manager, said that the prac set and ballots win be
the convenience of. the people of. cards are, .now available marketing at- jtices were 'carried out on 2S fanns mailed to all known eligible voterson i
Jennings and its rural area. Adultsas iin 'the county under the 1362 Agri- '
c 3 the- comty office.Payne I or about August 20th. Voters will
well as 'children are urged to \- ..y.r t I cultural Conservation Program: I have until August 30th to return

: take advantage of this service.ASSOCIATI0NAL reminded; flue-cured tobacco ''their marked ballots to the ASCS
which is
growers that they must pre administered through the,,
County Office.
J.I J.-;.. r WMU'sent their marketing! card-'?t the Agricultural Stabilization ,|nd con- r
[warehouse when their tobacco is n'Service Count;'. Office The '"mail method" of balloting I ENTERTAINMENT

TO MEET. r; _- weighed in. This is, necessary in The ACP accomplishment c in 1962 will be used again this year as =zzzx EXECITEMENT
past experience has shown.that this
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order tot tobacco ,
the to be identified were a continuation of the toner'Pvation
The 'PaSt. the Present The Future t method affords all farmers the BEAUTY CONTEST
by the serial number on themarketing efforts of past Some
years. ,
will be the theme of the quar-I I best opportunity to participate in
) card when it is placed 362 farms in the county participated -
teh/ assosiational W M. U. as it the elections. Of an estimated 700
the warehouese florr.: This is in the ACP during the 3year OF SKILL
meets Tuesday July 23rd at 10:00 eligible voters in the county 37 .
,most important as the warehouseman period 1960, 1961. and 1962: .
1 with the First*.*Baptist Church in will not be in a :position to Mr. Payne announced that the :J voted eligible in voter last is year's election.of legal An GET READY TO ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE
Live Oak. I any person
accept the tobacco unless the mar-I
I Mrs. Reda Copeland'Stroup will keting card is presented. Fanners participating fanners earned it t;voting age who. has an, interest in HAMILTON COUNTY FUN FESTIVAL
total of 561,928 in cost-share assis-
I be the featured speaker. Mrs. ;who do personally haul their tance under the 1962 ACP Program ;a farm or ranch as an owner ten- AUGUST 9th and 10th

I. Stroup is the former State YWA own tobacco to the market should ant or sharecropper and who is eli-
I worker. j|be sure, to .send their marketing I which represents less than half the (gible to take part in any of the Sponsored by the Hamilton County Chamber of

r .elected president of Kiwanis Inter- Everyone is urged to be presentat !'card with the person doing the i actual vation cost of installing theconser-}Federal farm programs adminis- Commerce.
measures. The farmers
national at the organizations 48th this meeting. .haWing for them.: .J I tered by the farmer-elected com

annual convention in Atlantic City : A nursery will be provided. I{ The County Office Manager also'I themselves contributed' the remain mittee. Also any person not of . .
1 i cautioned 'to inspect their de ro fthe cost which included labor i legal voting age who is in charge
according to Cot Julia C. Wood pre Mrs. Clyde Lashley pub ch. growers |
o :-- .sident of the Kiwanis Club of Jas- card after: each sate to see that I. .equipment and materials. This j|,of the farming operations onan Deadline For Submitting ApplicationFor
all entries correct and report cost share assistance is made as entire farm, is eligible to vote

:Per.As head of Kiwanis International i 1 sponsored Swain has by served Kiwanis.as president of I Ii i i':any errors are immediately to the I an investment In the public interest I I I Hamilton County is divided into 3 "Miss Hamilton County" Beauty

Swain will be official spokesman'the Kiwanis r I ASCS'' county office and to be sure to help insure the wise use and ade 'communities for the purpose of election -
Club of I
Cape May ,as j
lor some 262,000 Kiwanians in more lieutenant i( governor and governor |'Ito return the --card. to the county qtrate protection of these vital natural -i ii j procedures. The farmers & Contest July 27thPlans

than 5200 clubs in the United tot the New Jersey Kiwanis District -I'office when :all 'their tobacco has i resources. : i j I I ranchers in each community will

.States Canada Mexico and the Ba, and as a member and chair been marketed. Complete instructions Some of the major conservation elect a community.committee.. The are soming along rapidly line for returning these applicationfor
hams and Western Europe. He man of several Kiwanis district I' are contained on the reverse practices,performed under the 1962 .members of the community com for the "Miss Hamilton County" entering the Beauty Contest

succeeds New 1texico.broadcaster.. 'and International committees.He side of the marketing card. ACP were: ((1) the application .ot mittees will then hold a "County Beauty Contest and the Hamilton has been set for Saturday July

Merle H. Tucker,who has held the is a graduate of Carnegie Institute 3637 tons of liming materials on ,{Committee will be elected by the I County Fun Day, to be held Friday 27th at noon. There is no feee Involved
presidency during the year immediately of Technology in Pittsburg I II I CHURCH OF GOD 3657 acres of farmland to permit ,delegates from the comunity com and Saturday, August 9th and 10th. for entering the contest.

J' *preceedSng. I I Pennsylvania. Swain is married. j]I l TO SPONSOR'SUPPER the use of legumes and grasses for : mittees. t The Beauty Contest will be held Invite a girl to represent your

'., Prior to becoming president of tI I JThe couple have two grown sons. i soil emprovement and grasses for t j The ASC County Committee to be I Friday evening August 9th. The organization or business now so
I Kiwanis International, Swain served -' addition. to naming Swain president j, The L. W. W. B. Ladies of the (2) the improvement of 1089*acres elected, consists of'three members civic Organizations and Business' that she will be able to completeand

one year as president-elect delegates to the 48th annual*Church of God! will be sponsoringa of established vegatative cover for land two alternates who will take establishments are urged to selecta return her application form by

{ one year as vice-president and two t i Kiwanis International convention! dinner and supper Friday, July soil or watershed protection (3) (office October 1, 1963 and serve for I girl to represent them. The dead- July 27th.

.t I two-year terms as a trustee of the chose a presklent-eleCt: vice- 19, to raise money for a new roofon the establishment of 9855 acres of j'' a one year period through Septem

service organization. He has been presidents a treasurer.-and: .Six: In- the Snuday School rooms. There temporary summer and winter iber 30, 1964. The County Commit-
t'! a Kiwanian for thirty-five years. I ternational trustees: The la***will will be a chaise of Baked Ham cover crops for improving tie soil I tee is responsible for the administration 1

Swain is a former bank executive serve for ,two-: 'ye rs/ joiningsix Fried -or'. JarbecuEChicken with and protecting farmland from erosion of the various Federal tram r

and owner and operator of a chain holdover trustees .all the trimmings .Anyone wishing and (4) other major conServation programs active in the county including $ .I'Cd8u
variety stores in Cape May. He is a I This was the fifth time that 10-1 to buy- cne please call Mrs. J. B. practices included 2d 1 irrigation the Agricultural Conservation @Lk
member of the Board of Governorsof wanis International' has met in Sapp or the Church of God Pastor- and shore Program, Tobacco, Cotton and .

the Burdette Tomlin Memorial ti tlantic City The convention was' cha.ium. We"will"* be" 'glad" _:.to deliver.' if pits practices drainage ?'". *=**** .prctecttan -. PeanuXnotmenis, Soil,Bank:,Feed,
Hospital* .A director. of:jhe;Cape raeterized:byaTjear: : ::,rfioJa crowdamr ,you"'wish,, 'a ._ !- Gral netc. The five members include 1 S1raie

\ May Chamber t>f "CbmmerceT *f, "a slate of hea.dlinespeakers The County Office Manager also a Chairman, Vice-chairman
past president of the citys Board r and feature events. Delegates at TAKE OVER OF pointed out that a significant fac- reglular member 'and two alternate

of Education a past chairman of the convention adopted resolutions I COTTON UNDER LOAN to in the success of the 196T ,conservation members who serve in the I \ H SY-.2-CtS1
the South Jersey Council of, the I'I upon which Kiwanis service Pro- effort was the fact that absence of any of the three other mr

Boy Scouts of America and a dea- 'grams for 1963-64 will be based, USDA has announced CCC will 21 farms in the county carried out ,j members. :
con and member of the Advisory recognized "the best all round Kiwanis take title to all 1962 crop cotton under conservation practices under the j:I County Office Manager Payne I; continued from last week '

Board of the Cape Island Baptist I clubs and ditricts for 1962." loan as of July 31. 1963. 1962 ACP that had not participatedin I urges all eligible farmer voters to Confederate Memorial Day Address ""by Col. Russel Frfrk, April 1939
Church. He holds the Key of Honorof I and developed new ideas in com Cotton farmers that placed 1962 the during the three:[
program ;,return their ballots expressing their
Key Club International for outstanding ,munity service and club adminis- cotton under loan program are reminded previous I The Second Florida Regiment who lived in a residence on the
I t f years. choice of their fellow farmers who 'of Infantry was composed of com site of the
service rendered to that tration. that they. must redeem I[ present school !buildingand
11 J organization. Key Club is a high I j The 1964 convention will be held their cotton, not later than July 31 The 1963 ACP. which is now underway will represent them on the corn- panies largely from North Florid who was one of Jasper's most
I school boys 'service orgamzaton in Los Angeles. California. 1963 if they so desire. contains essentially the j,mittee for the next year. The ASC Included therein was Company "I" respected citizens. CoL lately was
( same conservation practices as the CLunty Committee plays an important known as the "Hamilton or JasperBlues" injured at Sharpsourg so severely

"-- ,. ,. '--=:: :? Jilt.,.,_ : 1 1962 program did. Payne stated I I role in the agricultural affairs This Company was captained that he was forced to retire Item
I that funds for cost-share assistanceare of the county and it is important by Henry J. Stewart of this City, (the service. Company- "F" of thte

I'' r MIL-tfUON WOMJEEducatiQ very limited but that aU farmers that each farmer give serious whom we now livingly recall as Regiment was composed of Haatil-

} i It with conservation problems I consideration to the men elected "Judge Stewart" and later by Capt ton County iron captained by John
their land these posts. Moses L. Duncan. It included in
r 4headid on are urged to contact I Ito Prink killed at Gettysburg, and
I the ASCS county office for ,complete I its officers and enlisted personnel succeeded by Captain R. W. Adftths

t I '' details on the program. I[ HELP STOP :., such names as Bryan Byrd Cason Included in the officers and en-
1 ( ya y w1' Every request for .cost-share assistance ". I Day. Cheshire Fletcher, Green, listed personnel of this Company
TEACHER will be carefuryy consideredby MALICIOUS : I Hall including Scott N. Hall and "F" were such wen known and
L' the farmer :Elected ASC County ,i Nehemiah S. Jackson, Johns, Mc. highly respected .HamBfon County
I I Committee and cost-haring'will be ; WOODSBURNIN! : i iI Innis; Lee McLeod. including: Wm.H. names as Avriett, Bell, Belfkwer,
H. McLeod Mathis Mitchell
, HOME ECONOMJSrTfCHrUCIAN approved as the funds available I -= Bembry Cheshire, Crews Cribbs
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t t P\ permit. : t Nelson including Jessie Nelson
1!Nobles, Perry, }including John Itand Dees Dempsey Effi, F nneu,
Greens Hall Herndon, Hill Hillvxise.
; Owen F., John S. Purviance 1 i(I -

t f f r t| SOCA4- WORKER SH.P. .1: your Pennington .including Jesse and Johns,, Lewis Home, Ben, Hunter F. McCafl Jackson.New-,

Walter Powell, Rouse Shiver some Padgett, Revels, Roebuck,
! It I LOOAL Starling Taylor Walker, Watson Royal Frances M. eif, har&, '"
WRltfR Willis Woodard and others all Shiver, Simpson Stetrunk, Smith.Swilley. .
whom were the ancestors Taylor including Labron

persons later now living in this Taylor, Nathaniel Tyre, John Webb
t / county and who have contributed
,. Zipperer, and other. Immediately,
much to the County's welfare. This
t upon its organization this .
,1 r 'THE AMERICAN Regiment .including the Hamilton went to Virginia where it
WAY was
I 1 Blues, was mustered in Confederate -
; brigaded with the'Seeond Florida _
DIETITIAN service on July 13, 1861 at La ,
w and participated in the battles )sst
Villa Churci ln Jacksonville
\ mentioned. It surrendered at Appo
two days later left by rail for Virginia -
i BUYER matox with six officers and 47 menThe
_ _ t l For the first time in its his- Tenth Florida Regiment cf
Florida from its
tory, was sending
Infantry wa composed of OMB-
c t
borders a body oC brave and gal
N f/ONI 4-H Scrvfc CoamlttH Photo panics organized during 1881 and
Urchin tile next decade about 30 million women are expected to be holding down jobs, says the U. S. lant distant men region.to fight The for Dower the cause of the in 1862 for service in Florida and
Department of Labor. Women now make up about one-third of the total labor force of 75 million. : a after 2U years 'service in Florida
\ Modern invention and technological advances will add new jobs to the wide span already being filled young manhood of Florida .they combined during 1864 into this RegIment
by women. Many positions are and will be in the home economics field. Employers indicate that more were proudly watched as they de for service in Virginia. Inchi

)professionally educated women are needed and those trained in specific skills as welL 1 parted. Their progress to Richmond ded in this Regiment wa Cmseanv

-- was a continual ovation. "B" captained by Charles J.-Jenkins .
\ ., Educators Urge the projects in which 4-H Club will give six $500 scholarships I Flowers were strewn upon them l by and composed of ItamHien

"* members participate. to top-ranking club members in I fair hands at many places on the,County Soldiers. Among the officers

i Early Career Choice They start in 4-H as young as the 4-H foods-nutrition program. i way. At Savanah they were escorted an denHsted personnel of this
9 of and through the city by the local
years age, many remain Chicago DelegatesBoth Company were such names as five
Today educators urge students for as long as 10 years. military and a bountiful feast provided members of the Arnold family WH-
to complete high school Volunteer adult and junior 4-H firms will bring to Chicago by the ladies of the dry. This }liam Blair Bialock John Brad-

;0 -", and make an early choice of leaders supervised by the Cooperative as delegates to the weeklong was repeated at Petersburg After shaw Cason. Four members of the
4-H Club Con-
career so that later training and Extension Service National two months in camp at Richmond Cribbs family, including Arrei J.Cribbs .
\ head the local clubs. gress state award winners from into the battle fine. In-
..; education ,can be planned ac all 50 states and Puerto Rico they went Jordon Cribbs and Owen B.
cording One of Helping to encourage these scribed upon Its battle flags are
'y group young 102 in all. Here they will be Cribbs Qdbreth, Danieb, Dees.
women who have a head start, future home economists scientists such names as "Seven Pines",
honored by their hosts at ele .Duncan, Green. Hardee Hogaas
reports the National 4-H Service writers, mothers teachers { "Cold Harbor", "Frederfcksburg. ,
gant-parties and banquets. S Eli C Home, Mallory Home and
Committee. are foB members. and business women are two a "Chancenorsville", ".Gettysburg'w.and ,
Girl corporations that annually con- During the week-long con. others. In an of them it did Simeon Home: seven members of
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gress these talented teens will the Jackson family, Kendrick,
: tribute funds, educational liter its full measure of duty. It surrendered -
At some time during club ature and technical: assistance hear prominent educators and at Appomatox with seven!'Knight, Jesse, Joel and Thomas

,membership, nearly every one to the national 4-H clothing and noted speakers.Along with 1300( officers and 59 men, but a skeletonof McCaU Dock Matte, J. Y. Pra-
, of the 1.3 million girls now the foods-nutrition fellow 4-Hers they will participate ther. Pope Prather and William
programs. the regiment of 1296
OJ b enrolled ia 4-H receives some "ia several challenging and err men. as originally j jPrather, five members of the Register
training ia her dual role of &hof rsHpsH! .lp inspiring 'ey'its. For most, it organized.The family including Chester A.

future ,homemaker and career They are Coats It Clark Inc* wDl be fee first trip to a big city. ,First was Florida organized: Regiment in 1862 of and Infantry David Francis, Samuel and wiH-

' woman. which this year will help 12 Coats It Clark and General lam Register: Bonaparte Shiver
mustered into
ItSew1aC. meal paYlftr.r'autrl. girls with t etr.cellege, e4se*. Feeds are bet two of bsadred* .. service during the, lou rmembers o the Sharp family .
tlonj!! home .maflagraeat la-; Lien of ... aatfonal of. came year with CoL JT C Hately of
by way private enterprises! feefeis! a Jasper"Starling Flay Stevens and
I -J- ,: tenor decoration, fsjfalda: and eghokrs a. the youth. of this country Who's Oppressed Now? l this dry as Regiment Commander asthe ;I others. This Company "B" pertici-
CoL be
Hately will remembered
,,--eellH er e4eeaUofl General Foods
: are -lneac Corporattea, aeWeft fame J Ik; ',. ,
"c.' "; .. t =,* f .. husband1 of Mrs. Zenobia Hately i (More pictures on page 2)

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.. ..;'.:'- -t:tributed" to thV'SpTepetuation' and little old.lady ..whoad&d:a.bit of .ab.b; ehee thru:! the'-tobapco"inarj j .. -...:.... .' -". .... .. .\. : >. ",-.' .

& 4'i ; :protection: of.those principles. and beauty to the world, is commendedby ket will leave earlier. J "S'L'Jiij :: ; <: :iIc 1t
t : 3fapet s" .
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L those ideals, vtfaicje they believedas an airlutecL' timer A. Lund-1 The move .is,8.lromoti91'\: }him.1{ .. : .
& right. A nuijvb-of Confederate Dreg "He's ays neitther the gov-} They* havetnadeagpodL:place idJaspei \ '. .
lj. lf S.- ::soldiers Tn'Hainilton ,ernmerit' business withall -- : ,"= rl *** Published : Every
living County : nof big r, and it is reluctance we ,. V.t .r : Friday
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!;\ --- 49_, _" 1.: in recent years were of other states ][I the lovely highways': and urban'renewal see them go.K However- .they*carry j TOPICS : Second. Class Postage Paid at Jasper. FloridaSubscriptions ;
I c.s: such as: Percy Dixorf;lt A. Lash- projects''and create a beautiful the good, wishes bf many friends. .? \\ .
( <.-,,-.* v>.m. '*..- -. ley, Jeremiah Johns, C S. Ellis, O.'' America. It is the "little bit of : Strictly in Advance
W. Bailey, John G. Griffiths, J. E. ;,I(i beauty created ;by the home owner Mrs. Esther Culpepper of Com Service of Your Doctor of Medicine, $3.00 in Hamilton County $4.00 Outside of County
patod in he battle of Olustee and 5caff and Berrian Rainey from Ga. or the civic minded gardener that pass Lake Fla. and young grand- Your Local Medical Society and the Cards of Thanks . . $1.00 Minimum
_, went to Virginia in 1864, as a part Gaston Eatmon and T. J. McKeith- i makes for real beauty -a pot of daughter Esther Jean and Mr. and Florida Medical Association. ,
t. of General anVand John S. Frar from North i I I Mrs. E. N. Lawson of Dothan Telephone SYcamore 2-6331
Joseph Finnegan's Brig- geraniums the gorgeous row of WOMEN IN MEDICINE .
ade. in Carolina. and John E. Hanna Ala. spent the weekend with l\fr.1{ J Mr.'a.d Mrs. Publishers
They were the Battle of Capt. zinnias on a birck wall or just : Robert Ehlert Editors and
Cold Harbor, Petersburg and sub- from Alabama. one's own individual bit of beauty.In and Mrs. Bob Griggs. Esther Jeanis ; In the Soviet Union many I, _.
spending -the week with her persons have never seen a male : -- -
sequent battles. The Florida stood the .mpact of the
Regiment surrendered one yard on the way to town |' and in this 1 i
physician country
and uncle.
I at App'matox with war extraordinarily weJH for a state is a white althea next door a 18 officers and 154 men. of small population: Society l was by white crepe myrtle. never seen a woman doctor.:An
These three Florida l Education I I Mr. and Mrs. Shrader and son of of Russian
Regiments, no means disrupted was # estimated. 75 percent\
the 2nd, 5th and 10th composed in s-TToended.:: The State at Tallahassee .. PARTY AT BYRCE KENNEDY Mass. are visiting the mother Mrs. '' physicians are women
of'Hamilton all Vera Rhoden. Mr. Shrader with the while in the United States only FILMS
part County troops participating was kept open during PLACE AT TWIN LAKES
Air Force is being transferred to sex cent are women. !
t'Cor per
Hamilton '
units '
as zry War The Courts: performed as afternoon Mesdames
! ..... wrote the name of Florida high on usual I do not find that the Su- Pauline Sunday Kennedy, Francis Bradley :Miami and having this vacation in Six per cent seems dispropor-
I If Ir low, according to
a scroll of fam and in characters preme Court during this period, Edna Browne Hazel fiddle and between.3 ,* I Marion Fay. 'Ph.D.. presidentand
.. --that. can .only;.fade twhea.time shall passed upon iirranychses-f&h Ham Mary Francis' Lewis went up; -to I Mrs.** Clarence s Howe* of T Live: J dean of the Woman's Medical
cease The losses sustained by the ilton but they passed upon in Developed
County Twin Lakes. They will return Wed ?Irs.. Graham Black and 'Graham College of Pennsylvania i
2nd and 5th at Gettysburg were a number from the adjoining counties nesday. There will then be another I Black in attended the funeral of I Philadelphia. Dr. Fay L* concerned

heavier in killed and wounded in of Suwannee and Columbia. group having a party there. I their cousin},Mrs. C. L. Patterson, I women about in the this; small country numberof who
prOceduie'and contin- '
to their numbers than This orderly .
proportion in Valdosta at the Carson McClain
any two other Regiments in the \ ee'of! 'governmental functions Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Camp Funeral Home Monday afternoon. : are period:studying of 3S years medicine.according Over to a j -NOW! 24-HOUR SERVICEBLACK !-

Confederate Army. This record during this trying period shows the left Thursday July 11 for Yellow] .. -. S I Dr. Fay, the percentage 'of
.. needs nothing added to tell the flne/j character! of ihe,;citizens ofP9orida Stone National Park and other in- We said last week that Billy Pen j jnington women students in our medical AND WHITE OR FULL COLOR
world the gallantry of the men who during.thos.ii-tmes. teresting places in the far west. '' .Jr. syoke to the Methodist schools has varied from a low
marched under Florida's and Ham-. (Continuednext, Issue) (They will be away 3 weeks. congregation. We were wrong. It I in in 1910 1948.of four to a high of 9M SLIDES OR PICTURES
Elton County's standard. fly. i was Billy's father. That comes' of
Whether this is due -to lack Films For Sale
These three Regiments, the 2nd White Zinnias, in, a silver vase.1 Willy Ray and Lenora Lewis left having sons,.that take the spot light of opportunity for women prej-
i Polaroid Film
35 Color Film Other Film
5th and 10th 11th for South East coast m.m.
.I i' are the only ones The Power of ;Your,Words Thursday Mr. Pennington's talk got favorable udice against admitting female
shown by the records as having fO... ted from'-the, Hendrick Mess- They will visit Ray at Defray I I acceptance and we're sure he students or absence of interest
.therein Companies definitely known enger"T' ,\ Beach and returning see Virgil and I I doesn't mind the so favorable com among women themselves no Bring Your Rolls To. .
to know. Apparentlythere
end designated as Hamilton County Betty Lewis in Orlando. one seems
.. units. A careless war 'maY kindle strife; a ,,parison. is little prejudice':among
\ : Hamilton County soldiers A cruel w -d"maY wreck a life, I I admission committees as borne THE JASPER NEWSSY
were members of a number of A bitter word may.hate instill; I Mrs. Juanita Lila and daughter '?Myron and Lurline Johnson and out by the fact that in 1960-61,
I other"Regiments and possibly some A brutal word niayr'smite and kill Loraine and great grand children nephew Pete Smith leave Sundayfor better than one* of every two 26331SUMMER
south Georgi.a regiments. The records X eracijws word may smooth the Vicky and Marvin Lilla Jr. and a full week of restful pleasureat women applicants were accepted '"
which remain do not show resi : Mrs. Katherine Evans of Waukonda Jacksonville Beach. by medical schools. .
way1"r.. and Lake Bluff 111. have been ;. Dr. Fay believes high school _.
enlistment ant' it is impossible to the day. -- -- --- -
word light
A joyous may I
I is the best time for plan- --- -. -
visiting Mr. and Mrs W. M. Mus- age -- -- -
enlistment and it j Jackie and Jewel Holton
isimpossible to :A>timely word may lessen stressAloving I. Register ning, pre-professional ,courses
Identify Hamilton County soldiers word. may. heel. and bless. grove., are sisters"with birthdays close to and that the field of'ni dicineshould SPECIAL
as such from the records alone; the ,- 1 gether. Mrs. Gandy the mother and be attractively presented i
only way to do .so is to,know their stay youthful,,stay useful Jasper Post Office rates high other sister Mrs. Bill Stewart decided along with other possible ca i
fTo ..
with the Building Manager of the If is for 21-inch Picture Tube
names and then search through: to give them a surprise birth reers. a girl accepted
records to find the location of the.tr:*.'Tve thought this.all. along-quoaetfcw .General Service Administration day dinner*Sunday. It was a com- medical school Dr. Fay says, In Your TV Set $24.95Installed
.company and regiment Among: T. U. "College Costs""It I who has to do with P .O. InspectionHe plete surprise. There were 20 in the she must realize her responsi
I some of the Hamilton County men seems that a' little common says Jasper P. O. is one of the .party.: The"aunt Mrs. W. J. Horne bility tion." to The"enlist medical for school the dura also with one year warranty I

serving in Florida regiments other sense could accomplish much if best in every way: especially did of Quitman brought the lovely brith has responsibilities which include 17-INCH.PICTURE TUBE ONLY $21.95
than the three mentioned. were 'C..: University administrations could he compliment the beautiful well day cake. Neither girl had plannedto financial aid advice coun- COMPLETE SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
M. Knowles, in the 4th FlTida In- overcome their disposition to indulge -(kept lawn and that row of gorgeous go to mothers and dads that day seling and help on personal
fantry; C. N. Fletcher. J. R. Sand- in expensive thrills and if zinnias against the brick wall in ,but were steered there on some problems.The Manning's\ Radio Service
i lin and W. D Sandlin in the 9th students could bring themselves to I the back. It was indeed a "Happy I woman student must be
Infantry; John L.. Morgan. W. W. 1'f'.irp. an education in somethingless The P. O. Groundssets a standard! pertense.Birthday"" party I Ii I shown that it is possible to Jasper Telephone 792-4421
i combine matrimony and medicine
Blair R.:C. Hodges, J. -W, Adams. than a luxurious environment I I I I sensibly and realistically. I ,
! Henry McGhin, David Johnson, middle class parents might standa Mrs.-Loris and sons of Jacksonville 1 j 1 I Miss Inez McCall and Mrs. r-: Maud -..." - ...." .-.-
"IVtIVVtIVV\-1I--- : A---- v. .v.- :
, Robert Rawlings and J. S. Marlowe chance. are spending several weeks ,Havener are leaving the last of the
serving in the 10th Florida Infan- Chicago Tribune. :.with the mother Mrs. Hattie Har-
[week for Clearwater to attend the
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try, but in other than .A t. :
Company per. 90th birthday of their friend Mrs. I
i : above mentioned. Napoleon B. That could:have been said in fewer Mrs.. I Collie Hemming. YOUR MILK
f'' .Fletcher, Moses Foose, R A. .worda PJaln,' l living and High i Mr. and Robert Southall .*'. .
I Knowles, B. M. Deas,, W. H."Bar- thinking.f: *' land little girl are leaving soon for : Mr. J. V\; McCall a county com
1 1 I ker and T. A. Polhill served in the * j.Tarpon Springs. He is being'trans.felTed -.missioner for 30 years attended the A FULL DAY
First Florida Reserves; Capt. Chas Miss Jean 'Waldron of White by the Florida Power Corp. Dedication Tof Rd. 75 Monday July I I
t. { F. Cone, Thos. N. Bell, J. S.: 'Goo,d...'Springs and Miami comes not often;with whom he has worked for fiveyears. ,15. He was especially escorted by FRESHER
'- bread and Lewis Hogans.served in 'jenough to Jasper. Jean visited Miss Mrs. Southall, Jewell has Judge McCormick and aiea DRIVE-IN STORES
J d the 1st Florida Cavalry, and Ransom .Nettie Reid a distant cousin. ;'Sat.ufcday. been. with the,Ha.m.iltoICDmty .* &
J L. Barton served in Capt.'\)11J ; j : -I Bank' for sometime. and;will'-prob- l (Coo-nued: / s on Pt, "patrql-j: ;5.41." > ". -.. ._ .
. r\t lepiqee's Light Artillery. There' are t She and:Mrs. Sweat came over .L. On U. JASPER '. J' ",:0, Sara Lashley, Mgr.
many others. My failure to mentlqn-,from the Springs Mrs. Sweat to .u
them does not in any;'! way reflecton see the doctor.Sometimes -I NEW STORE HOURS ,- NOW ;

J the noble service rendered bY'1them. |I. WE, HAVE?,! _. .
Hamilton County citizens, 1 J. from the Sunday
then as now, have always wholeheartedly |Times Union comes somethingmore I 7 Per Week
l Open Days
participated in ,and con- than current events. The ( ALL SIZES 'ii: I l _

OF 8:00 a.m. to 8:00: p.m.MILK .

r 4LJSI. Petersburg, I. TFILMS.I I i GaL Jug

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It'.real fun a{'the Billows, overlooking FLASH ENLARGING: Save 24c a Gallon!
i I the GulC..Fu\1Ized kitchen apartments, BULBS -

,. S completely: furnished, for all the family. MEDIUM
-' Close to bathing,,shopping, racetracks 24-hour Developing I FRESH, FLORIDA GRADE 'A"

sightseeing golf and fine r. tauI -
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I. ran, S'iSetytifuUy,kept grounds, .
I -P and white sandy beach. Lovely SP CIALEGGS 3doz. 97

I I COMPLETELY furn i s .apartments, C
PURMBHED double occupancy, from -- ," .
1 t 1'I APARTMENT $40 to $50 per week,
H I $ for two. .
'W. will "Pick You Up"

I A WEEK Wr/f for Information Newt New! New! New!
FOR TWO rs rvef ton*.

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RE01NGTON I EACH' E CH 2-2011 :

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36" Attic....,'With Slnttt.-: 576.10 I:

Atlas AttlC Stserwsy _- $1'.95 II 79ai;

I 15 Lb. FeH ._._$1.95 1': ::11 .
Key In Kn.4. Leeks J$ 3.95 : ---

Low Price $6.95 2-0x6-8 Mahogany. D.. '=" J$ 4.45 ':i the "Ice Cream" Tasfe ..t-: ..

NIGHT PHONE Vi" .PlHtic 'itte 335 : Vanilla Chocolate, ..
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!were' amiable and.r short .Jas-they t called:- '+_. i 1. Burnham News I ,_
(should be "said I l ? eo .
one I. .
1 "i &sij& : !I The Trage growd was served 4a;' -Mr. Jim Girffin of Macclenny .... .. By LOIS ZIPPERER j l
e d"clks; fboundiful delicious brabeque dinner: j once- Jie'Jasper News is-ill in A religion that is smaD enoughfor ..

t.with watermelon. It was an done:,i Hamilton..Co... ...Hospital.i "* UMagtida our understanding would not be; .For

I ; a /f-M.:. ,18 [expertly grove nearby- and.pleasantly tempering in the a heat.pine I)|I' Mrs.-jbzzie* RinerIs l"a vtsitingtner'sister a? large enwgh'for oar needs. I t

: Here and there Mrs. N,5.,Wilson In Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alderman\! av f
Continued fh7to''page 2t The band was good. GEIGER GRANTHAM
vffle. : and South'Carolina
children of Charleston All

i man Willy Harris of Lake City. -! I Miss Irene Geiger became the spent last week with their I -

S .Mr. and Mrs Jamie Ridley and bride of Doyle Laverne Granthamon parents and grandparents Mr. and;

The W. S. C. S. were entertained I Mrs. Charles D. Loomis and daughter Susan and Dianne of Reb Friday ,evening June 28 at 8 I'Mrs. Gordon Alderman. j

July 8 at their regular meeting in I niece Betty Jean Sapp returnedlast elon, Ga. were recent guests of o'clock. ,I YourNeeds /
Prof. and Mrs. M. L. PowelLi Mr. and Mrs. Lester Harris and I !
the Educational Building with Mrs. Friday from Washington D. c.1 i i '" i The ceremony was performed J I : :
Mamie Bryan hostess. Mrs. Rob- 'after a marvelous sightseeing trip I by the Rev. Carl Parker pastor of baby were up from Lakeland, Fla.'
I I I Mrs. Don Whaley and little daughter Hahira Church last week spending some time with;
ter Fine conducted the study with'especiaUyi for Betty Jean. Ii Baptist at the
Donna (13 month) of Brims- Mrs. Harris sister and I
home of Mr. and Mrs. June H.
theme "Search for,somebody else. Mrs, Frank: Calahan of Hyattes-, ,
There was a good attendance. ville Md.la miles beyond Washington -I!wick Ga. last week visited her Miley on E. Park St. in Hahira. Mr. and Mrs Cleveland Sefc>h.] Printing
'parents, Prof. and Mrs. Powell; The bride is the of Mr. They also spent some time gi
Mrs Bryan served a delightful re- had been visiting: her, mother' Powells withj! ,
The : and Judy accompanied and Mrs. W. L. of other members of Mrs. Harris
past of chicken salad; sandwiches,sand father Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geiger Jasper :
and coke. i'Sapp and :Mrs. Loomis and Betty her home and took the oc- and the grooms parents are Mr. family ;
I t Jean returned home with her. They cassion for a visit also to St Simons and Mrs. Emory Grantham also of .*

The WeselYan ,Guild met -last "all took delight in giving the young and Jekyll Island. : Jasper. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver Jr.

week at the home of Miss MarionWorJey.J..lrs. niece comprehensive visit to all Mrs. June MUey was her sisters and children of Fernandina'spent

Inez Marable is president the historic a places in that part of Mr. and Mrs. George Adicks of only attendant. The best man was Friday night and Saturday with
and Mrs. Lurline Johnson our Lake 'City were guests of Mrs. Mr., Drew Grantham of Jasper j their parents and grandparents Mr.
country. Kate Adicks last Thursday. and Mrs. Isaac Shiver. .
brother of
was in charge of the the groom.
i programThe .
_>'--- special project of the Guild The coffee, July 13 in the late . The bride given in marriage: by i THE JASPER
Betty and Mayrid Adicks Mr. J. L. Wynn and children and NEWS
,is the care o fthe parsonage. afternoon al the lovely new home her brother-in-law Mr. June Miley ,
of Mrs. Horace Lewis honored Miss spending a while at their camp at wore a white lace dress fashioned j Mrs. R. J. Murphy and children I -

Jan Davis and* *Nonnie* Richards I i Sally Camp whose approaching Stienhatchee.1 . with a bateau neckline fitted bodice I j!>attended the Big "Ape" OmvenI -

'. ; a recent visitor at Hickory Bottom :marriage is occassionatog several i # and full skirt. Her corsage was lion in Jacksonville Saturday. Also I
"' and from Washington State, for-,lovely parties. I I I :The Barnett Bakery of Madison of white porn poms. t J attending this Convention were Del -

\ med a delightful friendship and The hostesses for the'party were is opening up :Mrs. Adicks place Immediately following the ceremony ma and Linda Smith and Betty :
.I had many good times together. Mrs. Wilmer Sapp Mrs. Henry Lee i j and with her enthusiastic Q. K.Mr Mr. and Mrs: ;June Miley en- Jean Kramer.

\ They are both recent graduates and Mrs. Jack. Vtoson, and :Mrs. Chas. .Barnett has 30 yearS experienCe tertained at a ,rece lion. The bride j iF1i1tITft'lj

-:::\ each an only child of the parents. Jones. 'I in the business For the pre- ,table was laid with a white linen Hollis and Gertrude McCulIough
'I' As the guests entered the south sent the baking will be Brie in cloth. Tiney yellow" flowers and were home spending the weekend

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Smith and tort Madison. Mrs. Jules Gibbs will run greenery surronuded the punchbowL with their parents Mr. and Mrs. 4 BARREL WONDER

daughter Sarah Ann of Lessburg j the store here and Mrs. Adicks The tired wedding cake,was Franklin Gaston. THE/WCl NTCHlN SE.ReGARWOOOENBARRELASTHE

e were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. {Jan!I very old vase on an antique j has agreed to be on hand much of tcpped with a miniature bride andgroom. I I' t r aI t x 7H : v
McCall Mrs. Smith being a neice:table which had belonged, to Mrs. :the time until the company gets4cquainted I I, The doorstep to the temple of wisdom : + M'OSTyigNOERfUL7KHNCAy '

of Mrs. McCall. \I Lewis mother. This was reflected here. .'!I Mrs. LeLand Clanton and Mrs. is a knowledge of our own DA'ElOPMENT1'lIATWtsTEIlNCI'IfUZI1J1ON

I Mrs. Addie McCall accompanied to a handsome mirror. |tI %%liss Kate says they will be having I',Gene Miley served cake and punch]ignorance HAD 10 OCFER 71IEENr1'

'the popular little cookies, and] The newlyweds will in1+ Charles Spigen
her sisiter Mrs. Raymond Bryan I The mantis in the living roots reside I .. .
was graced with an oblong arrange 1 1I 1I Danish pasteries among the regu- Jasper, Florida. Mr. and Mrs.
and daughters Mary Alice and ,.' j R. J. Murphy Jr. +
: I I lE
Laura Lee to Jacksonville Tues.I I ment of watsonia yellow mums' and lar things', '" 1 I : land{I children and Mr. and Mrs. J. p f+Il:: ADDITION.

.," ,,-where they entrained for their {wild Hawaiian tuleps. Garlands of< Mr and Mrs. Robert H. Fisk and PAUL LEWIS AT FORT SILL i L. Wynn and children attended the 22sYUS. (CGS
; home in Raleigh after their visit. espardess fell on either side. This i children Bob I I Gospel Sing in Valdosta Saturday &fj11l70IlARSH
Debbie Marjorie and ..
arrange ment was repeated in side I I Pvt. Paul Lewis !'night .
Miss Addie visited her daughter left Thursday for a, ten day vaca- Army 19 son'I I 1SgcGglYBUYJ N+ti7JI1t&'EsJ8AD
.tables. WINtER
Y Mrs of Mr. Mrs. W Buckner {
Mary Runyon a few days. i tion. and Lewis I
I They go first to HuntingtonMass An
,-'. m' '. Guests were recived in the parlor i for the 50th wedding anniversary -I!Sr. of Jasper, is scheduled to corn-j I Mr. Pete Allen son of Mr. Bryant S !
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Merrill of I where pink roses to shades of of Mrs. Frsk's parents. J plete advanced artillery training}Allen of this county brought the arwccFyRaes IN1'1- .y-. eoN OSWIMFRGIFT8 /'
i Tallahassee he a former ptastor at i light pink to cerise were in vases I I i ii I as a fire direction. specialist at the I 1 I morning message at Corinth Bap- 7HAT A _

j 4 Bright Pond were here the first of on the mantle chest and small j i| Mrs. Lois Curry*and her sister Atrillery and Missile ,Center Fort. jtist I Church Sunday morning while ctXlECTCl.CJ11lrG SE/YTRY6A/1tG.GWGJTy/1407D ImW( F l.l.OI'/

the week. The immediate reason tables.In ',and family the Laurel Beauers of Sin. Okla. Aug. 10. I.,I the regular Pastor Brother Marcus StLA'ERS4YQw ER70 EP
for the visit was the serious illness the dining room the ''arrangement Ann Arbor Michigan returned last Lewis entered the Army last... Merrison and family are away on WARM. WH VHEi1MREUEYEO
of their friend Mr. Bigbie who on the, table ,similar to the 'i -March and completed basic training vacation. HZTURHLOTHE ,
Wednesday after, vacation at .. 4: S"
:f is in Hamilton Hospital. J j living room while,on the boufet was 1 1I Bench a at Fort Gordon Ga. i. CCO7H/NDOVE7O >' 1.

Mrs. W. C. Gandy were entertaining -I a bowl of yellow chrysanthemums |the Daytona beach with -all a the motel extras.right on He is a 1961 graduate of Jasper'. Jannis'and Lawrence Selph and 7H N XT SENTRYAND/ 'I

a the Merrills at dinner Tues,flanked by sUver candlesticks with High School and attended Florida Scotty, Stephanie and Rodger Dale
white candles. I State University in Tallahassee.' of Jacksonville spent Sunday and
j', day. '
The Bauers left for a leisurelytrip I I ,.
I' The house itself is a conversation Monday with their parents and
t," A large number of Jasper people piece and was opened entirely toI I home thru.5.the* mountins. grand parents Mr. and :Mrs. Bert 1
;' attended the Dedication, of Road the guests.'On the back piazza and BRYON IL RAGAN AIRMAN OF Zipperer and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin f
75 the Ga. Fla. line I have a partial list of the en- THE MONTH Selph.
up at Monday. in the patio were garden flowers.
+ l{ Mr., Langdale was master of cere- It was a beautiful setting for a trans for the Clamber of Commerce .' _
Airman First Oass Byron T.
I'i monies. The Governors speeches bride's partyvand many friends Beauty Contest. Representing Brother John Albert of Tall- o OQ .. 5
I : ;Ragan of Jasper, has been selected .
eI -., I t-< -. ,-,.. -, -" d' ,,' ,---*., = .' .*.. t!I Outstanding: Airman o fthe month ahassee brought the morning) service ::.AMCA 4RMMD fL QCE5ARE7XEBFSTE EDIN
j Jasper Woman Club. Susan Levin at Burnham Church '
in the 862nd Food Service Sunday !IE / LD VOO'H Lp XEEP AMERICA S7KON&AND
I Garden Club Ann Camp Squadronat morning while the regular Pastor A'ELL-EQOtfPED WITH Y3UR PURCHASE OP
I Minot AFB N. D.
; CHAIRS 'Lions' Club :Marsha Braswell Brother and Mrs. Paul Stewart and I U.S.SAVINGS IONOSS!
t : OFFICE C Airman Ragan a United States
I'Home Dem. dub. '" Waunelle. Walker Air Force food service specialistwas vocation.Mrs. Paul Stewart are away on .

Mrs. Oscar Ratliff and granddaughter chosen for the honor In recog- -
Jackie have returned nitionof his exemplory condust and
: .... Mrs., Henry Griffin and of
r 'e. : ':Armchair or Plain Style 1--. from London, It was a visit packed performance. of duty.Ths'airman ; ANNOUNCING ', .
r Suitable for Business Home Office full pf sight, seeing an dentertain-I ) ;' 'S d'. of Mrs W.'Manchester. Georgia ,are spending ",: .' -, :' '" ......... ..... L\- -
or several days this week with their
rnent. Mr. and :Mrs. Bitney Ratliff T. Ragan of RL i Jennings is a parents and grandparents Mr. and -5- THE REOPENING OF .
had seen to it that every day was graduate of Jennings High School.
-: Excellent $31.50 special. I His wife is the former.Eloise,M. Mrs. Gordon.an.* 55. '

The weather was cool, they wore Hill of Rt. 3 Lowell Ohioto Mrs. Myrtice Sauls has < he'Jasp
Quality From Just returned 1
-- top coasts. over their suits each to her'sister and family Mr :* ...ai
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day. 'take and Mrs. Charlie Deas after spend '
5- -at- Remembering how his mother a train which was an experience -J1ng t several weeks in Hampton -
; J1 I
you enter from the
SY 2-6331 loved Gray's Elegy'-one trip, was side into little I Arizona with her daughter and
to the old church yard and'Gray's compartments. family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mil- r .
Miss Julie has slides of '
: THE JASPER NEWS grave at Stokepoges every- ler. ,

!I] The visit to the Ken gardens were : thing and promises to invite me Mrs. W.: T. Ragans and daughter
} when she shows
te t! *-> { -- entrancing-350 acres with every Jackie made I Mrs. J. D. Lasseter and Mrs. Las- ManagementWe
:: known plant with the building tall rathezcomplete eter's daughter.Sylvia and Ann and
? notes of her trip which she plans
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enough to house tropical trees
children fo Alabama visited their
't, DIRECTLY ONDnAJ.J.-"B' -_ "L.. Miss Julia was impresed with to use in her school. work* I, sister and aund Mr. and Mrs. Would Appreciate Your PatronTobacco -

:. THE tUJ"r"ruJUA the English countryside with its 'George Young Sr. last week.
Mrs. Lucille
s myriads of roses and sheep in the and her
1 ) eo Largest and Finest Heated Pool Color TV Lounge. t:f iiac\jwsi: sin Mrs. Madge Cook: of COO-I Albert Zipperer and wife of Lakeland age: -,
Free Golf Restaurant Cocktail Lounge Plann.dI t ham -month
I T ender if the damp climate has are spending jhe were up vsiting among friends
I Entertainment Deluxe Rooms and Efficiencies& I July Hot
at Springs Arkansas.
i something to do with the roses? 1 land relatives July 35 .. ... -
Efficiencies from S63 per wk.. _._. AjJW: ."rtiTi nistcr Abbey where ; j .
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Mrs. Jo McMahon I -
Bedrooms from $60 per wk. ,_" therulers of England have been daughter I. ---------------------------------- -- ------------------------- -

See your Travel Agent or write .' A .i:=;::. '' crowned for 600 years,the poet Cor I, Barbara Jo have returned to their i

ROBERT COROES, 'r '' ner was interesting. There she 1 home in Annoudale Va. after visit
I ,- .\\ v in honor of : with Mrs. McMahon's parents Mr.
PfioneCL w i. plaque Henry
: t 2-0431 ,\ W. Longfellow the only American' and Mrs. Joe Mitchell. Mrs. McMahon Growers

I to be so recognized.' is the former Alpha Jo Mitchell :

They visited Stratford on Avon wife of Lt;?CoPEF. F. McMa-
+ II and walked where Shakespeare hon U .S. Marine T$Tp, *Barracks
t Washington D CJ Mike : SELL YOUR'
I lived They went to Banbury .Cr"'S- Iii"Jaspeffora Xpupg ioiigei"vfa>itwith stay .,.- S ,. .'J'pnACCO" i-

the car broke. 'down (Bitney hasn't led grand parents.. ". ... ... ". SMITH MEN WQ jpTOW : TOBACCO ,
yet driven in England. They steer .
Mrs. H..145 McCauley returned
from the right;side.) and they had
I t 4tl AtUNTK AVl_ r Friday from Toronto Canada and ';

I II PAYTONA BEACH, 1.1- I .Jean visiting Washington McGauley.I her D.son.C.James where and she wife was The Big Top TobaccoWAREHOUSES

I James graduated June 27 from
: eLr.Bel!&Q. h si Benjamin University
.i ) ( While in Canada Mrs. McGauley,
,visited with another- son (Red) MejGauley
and family. While threre

M t i saw she many always wonderful remember.scenic! of Jasper Fla. Invite to sell tobacco with
Come in! Look around you'll l "Imporant principles may and II sights will you your
enjoyed was the ,.
see the finest electrical work in must be flexible. Especially very
It weather which was 32 degrees. the REYNOLDS' for the Possible
i the world. We have the best to was Lincoln in an Highest Price

4, offer when it comes to any I'I 1885 speech, who made this
and the Best of Service.
electrical service. statement. It does seem that
+ principles must have a certain

: ::J I I if small amount of elasticity It FIRST AID ADVICE OUR TOP PRICE JASYEAR WAS $69.00 ,

.they are to work without undue
USED T-V 1 friction in the complex world t No
BookingFirst Come First Served
'" ,q: \l which we live.
ONLY $50 JIbo much flexibility, however
Where Business is
: and principles cease to serve i your Appreciated
USED their reasons for being becom-

", vs .zug little more than the by pro- FIRST SALE OPENING DAY 9 sun. JULY 25
duct of lip service to a vacillating ,

Refrigerator. ,j .> cause Plenty of Room for Your TOBACCO and

Myou o doubt ',-' -It principle (and pride) whlcb .
Abowiyour fuses? ONLY $75 moves JASPER LAUNDRY *
Stm .t
oncePAilntabuiL CLEANERS to provide the .
SEE THEM test laundry: service in the -

BEFORE YOU BUY! area. We pickup and deliver or TOP PRICE IN BELT LAST YEAR WAS $69.00

for you ladies'who prefer to do -

'I your own ,the fastest and avail best pressure.To stop When bleeding the?wound' e direct IsLrte v*, and;THE BIG TOP HAD THE $69.00 TOP PRICE
i seH- en1ce facilities are '
Illustrated I ;
like the one I
:r t aWe at JASPER LAUNDRY & here, keep lit !dale qaastt I -
We Will
?........... I Open Our Doors For Receiving & .
.. viCDFRS srLE'CTRiCAG*P cuMBr su fs> CLEANERS ties of cloth oreri the wound J .... ,
:.. Watch for a red date on your one piece on top of anotfcer -I
I. dry cfeaabsg 'ticket-its worth I; and'use contincous pre ure to Jcbcck Weighing i Tobacco, Monday 7am.., July 22, 1963
1\\ tUe is dry cfea&lsc trade. the ft.w of blood. \ -
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\ .: f .{: b M L. Powell:, .; t I change the,title of this weeks ses "Now :these things were our J FAMOUS BEACH
,-'-- article to read "TRULY THERE examples '. Ih
J to the Intent that we B
,We've, ,often heard an old adagethat' (1 I WHITE SPRINGS: >,... ARE FEW THAT WILL E SAVED.We should rt.1stafter, evil things as .p---- RESORT
something like this; Year 1-6 :' 791012' Tot. '
goes notice in the conclusion of our i they also >lustedNow these U.i..t}, ptrsoail
Ctarfoa .Bo. J moM
: apt
'Figures don't lie but men wOl" 40-41 170 58 42 270 last that short 1 cIi ctioa ofPOOLAJt.Coftditto..cI..cl1i..t.cI
< study week our sojourn -
For.thIs reason we like to use sta- 45-46 207 49 23 279 on this earth under the Chris-things happened"to them by: way MOORE REGISTERS n ms*NEW HEATED SWIMMING c.c.H..lO".rJ..
50-51 '182 68,"::' 32 282 I of example: and they were writ-
tistical information that can be verified 55-56 131 82 48 261 tion dispensation can well compare,!ten for our admonition..upon whom I REGISTER FORMS .sT.tsvhlo&.SpicIovi Lawn..elttlfc OPEN
with of the ,
when dealing some 60-61 117 54 i; 45 216 to the 40 year wandering of the the end of the world are' come AND ACCESSORIES -fn. P"lJa! ? YEAR ROUND
school problems facing ,our county .
children of Israel in the wilder I Nttr a1I-oftr.dioas. '
The .
62-63 97 45 27 169 I Holy Spsrit is simply warningthe
recentlye HAMILTON COUNTY TOTALS I'ness :where we are being proven church at Cbrinth that unless V/n? ,Wir.or Ko,.CL 21452 ,
.::;t as to whether or not we are to RtitnraKon .pI
For *
1'' they ( well
as ) follow
as we wholly
'Year 7-9 10-12 Tot. I ; I-
cal;; study of what 1-6"4.. spend eternity in those mansions I
:; r the word of God as Joshua and caleb
"40-41 844 324 183 1351
:; -'rhas been happen prepared for the faithful. This being
45-46 752 253 151 '. 115S did we will miss our "promised 'frii
: ing to the school 1 TRUE Let IB again turn our attention I
population of 50-51 793 301 182 1276! to those who were brought land": as most of God's church didNow

) : : Hamilton County 55-56. 695 317203; 1215',out of bondage in Egypt and see'' how many religious people to
"v 'for the last 23 60-61 663. 304' ,231 1198 show many of them finally entered I day are wholly following God? How .
years. We would 62-63 208.256. 225 989 the promised land which is a typeof many are- ven, seeking to wholy fol .. -- -- -,'- -' -
Wee to point out These statistics have not been heaven. i I low him? (We know that it is'. MUI.ieratxu -
that most of the given in order that we might set possible Joshua and Caleb did)

.. [figures deal with up some clay pigeons just to shoot "How In 1 Corinthians be it with 10:5 most Paul of wrote them:How can you follow him wholly if, c:.. -+af.d.d.1..ets............,_h...... THE WILDEST'PRICE
daily membership but one or two them down. We are going to de- you' know but little if any of his will IPHD '
God not well pleased:'for they
I years,show the average daily atten- pend upon every intelligent sober was wilderness. I answer you cannot.: In the lightof w.Myls-.Me
in the
dance. Now the attendance thinking citizen to study the; significance were overthrown these UGaWrthrhd
average daily 'I facts which I personally ......esMtMN01lCJJON
j Verses 1, 2. 3, in this same chap- I
o fthese statistics and do
and the know be
average daily 'ter state that they all passed thru to facts it becomes easier ....... .._,_...
I membership parallel each other.his own shooting.. We would like to to understand what is meant M.fM 5.suntr
point out however the possible the sea: and were "all baptized. -..RU..mP'.IITHE PANIC
very closely and for all practical many arerirfcaUetf but few are
can be used interchange- effect of Interstate 75 and also 10 and did all eat the same spiritualfood
purposes "
the future school population of & did all drink the same spiritual chosen. Matt. 22:14. Now it becomes JASPER NEWS
abtyv For the sake of brevity we upon
drink." they aD mad a good a htfle! easier to see why
Hamilton County. What can or will ..
broken the statistics into 5
I start but how many does your those of Matt 7:22 even though avery
happen because of this is anybody's
Intervals beginning with the =
1MO-U year() school year and ending with :;guess but it is well worth contem- Bible say "finished the course". 2 religions people were turnedor LOW INTEREST Starts Friday
1962-63. We have taken each school: ;plating when thinking in terms of Tim. 4:8)) First of all, how many I wjfl bo turned away at the LONG, TERM
I members did the church in the:judgement. Next week the Lord
planning for a good school and a
and have given separate statistics
wilderness have? Exodus 38:26 willing we will continue a study of LOANS
: for 'grades 1-6, '7-9 and 10-12 re'good school program for Hamilton -
states that there were six hundred why it is that only a few of each
spectively. Figures given here refer County in the years to come. Thru the 19th 9A.M.
only to the white schools. 'iThe solution to the school problems three thousand five hundrey fifty age of each-generation will follow July
(, JASPER tot this county is going to, require men of war above twenty one years God wholly and- be saved. Until FEDERAL LAND BANK .
Year 1-6 '7-9 10-12 Tot,|some very sober and intelligent old. Counting wives old folks children -+then listen to the words of the Live Oak : 362-1525:
there could well have been Apostle Paul in 2 Cor. 13:5
j 40-41 338 142 83 563 and planning and cannotbe
Jthinking '
close to three million people in this j Examine yourselves, whether ye Federal Land BankASSOCIATION'
45-46 315 128 77 520 based upon local community Many StupendousValues
r church !.Just think of it the Holy be in the faith
;; prove your own
50-5:}, 383 140 92 61555S6' spirit and pride. Neither can it be
of them ..
Spirit says that with"most ;selves .:
383 149 96 628 based upon the glories ,the traditions -
60.62301 170 120 544 I of the accomplishments of the God was not well pleased. "Out of I Kenneth E Thomas LIVE OAK
62-63 277 140 126 544 past. We must of necessity look to this great number which God had I I Evangelist, Box 226, Jennings -i 311 South Ohio AvenueDoris' .
JENNINGS: the future and to,'what the future saved Ex 14:29-30 and addressed as > Florida 938-2091 | In Mens
his children Deut.' 14:1 only two
Year. 1-6 7-9 10-12 Tot.4O4l demands of us. When we do this land.I'I .c """ .
entered the promised -------------- ------ ---
finally I
154' 101 58 313 there seems to be only} one,remedy
45-46 202 72 51 32S only one solution-end- ,that is to Why does the Bible say that only'I
50-51 209 93 58 360 combine our forces into one con- tow out of this great number were I Beauty Salon:
55.56 181 86 59 326 solidated high school for the entire accepted? The answer is given! WomensChildrenClothing
60-61 145 80 66 291 county. in Numbers 3210-12. and!
6U3 134 71 12 mI Jehovah's anger was kindeled. in, 'NEW NEW NEW NEWON
JOHN W WILLIAMS\ AT'I that day ,and he swore saying,
I FORT BRAGG Surely none of the.men that came S. E. CENTRAL AVENUE JASPER
I, Antennas up out of Egypt from twenty years and ShoesDon'tMiss
Army Reserve Sepcialist Five old and upward (600,000) Ex. 38- .
.. John W. Williams. 25 son of Mr. 26)) shall see the land which I ..' .
With 30ft Pole and Mrs. Gordon M. Williams Sr., sware unto Abraham, unto Isaaiah --. Permanent Waves
White Springs is scheduled to com and unto Jacob:-because they have
installed 1 plete two weeks'->f' annual active not "Wholly" 'followed me: save 1 o' Hair ,Cuts It!
duty training at Fort Bragg N. C. Caleb and Joshua? because they '
$25.00 July 14. have wholly followed Jehovah." .. Tints
SpeclalistVilliams is assigned to now all o fthese were following God
Bass T. V. Shop the 345m Surgical Hospital, an but only two of the six hundred s Manicures
Army Reserve unit fry Jacksonville thousand had the faith to follow SAM LAZARUS CO.

Phone Williams Is employed as a traffic: him "wholly" Now why do you Doris CollumOwner
manager by Laney and Duke Warehouses suppose, the Holy Spirit used 'up
792-6565 Jacksonville. He was'graduated ; thirteen valuable verses in 1 Cor. 108 Ashley Valdosta, Ga.
I from White Springs HighSchool I 10:1-13 tQ write about 'this? 792-6241 Operator

t :, ,in 1955. oJ _.Paul. answers, this question for

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} Multi-purpose; gear lubricant meet the lowest and bt, bid.;,ThlHght.isreserved ida Disposition of Unclaimed Privt residence and. address is Unknown.
Hospital News ": J, Legal AdvSe ing requirements of Military Specification \ "to reject any and all 'bids. pert Act" notice is hereby*,given *t iwwfifr ** ) complaint* having
r, .__ ) t', e e. I MIL-L-2105. Board of Public instruction that all the persons lusted below appear -: Teen lied te tM Court against you
IJ : ( IN COUNTY JUTX3ETS 4. CHASSIS LUBRICANTS by Harry T. Reid Supt. to be the owners of unclained the relief therein sought being di-
'f t COURT HAMILTON: Chaste grease on which & bid is SPECIFICATIONS FOR GASOLINE personal or intangible property prs ".ree and other resJiC you are required .
% COUNTY FLORIDA v*: submitted must be multipurpose' AUTOMOTIVE REGULAR GRADE Whit Spring Florida to answer saleFtMlBplaint en
f!( IV HE ESTATE OP .lithium base grease free from file 1. The gasoline shall be volatile. BEATRICE B. HINES I or before August 16th. 1M* furnishing -
I et"' THOM M. VArGHHV.. Deceased ler and abrasives of any kind and hydrocarbon fuel free from I DINAH B BENE BEST AUNT t- c. A. Avriett Jasper Florida
l'k I .% NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo of a premium quality waterproof, water and suspended mater and Whit Spring Florida ..: EtfainHtrs Attorney a con thereof
All Creditors and All Persons N. L..G. L No. 2. consistency having suitable for use as fuel in internal .Information concerning the amount 1 els* dee pro ronfeeol be entered
/t Having Claims or Demands -Against ; an, affinity; for metal_ urfaces combustion engines or description f- the Property--and'. : against you.

Said Estate: and SOT' hot weather application 2. Corrosion Test Method ASTM I the name and address' of the.holder Wliaee my Laud and the official
t You and each of you are hereby and metting-,oint-of 276 degrees
and ,D1JO-50T. A clean copper strip shall may be obtained by any persons possessing seal of this Court at Jasper Florida
notified required to F. literature
present any minimum Descriptive
PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL, :NOW claims and demands which you ,or must be furnished with this product not show more than extremely an interest in the property by this 17th day of July A. D. 1963
either of have against the I be made in 25 slight discoloration! when sub- addressing an Inquiry to Ray E. SEAL) THBLMA Court
Mrs. Chelsey Keene you may Delivery >
for 3 Comntroller Administrator
merged In the gasoline Green. State as Clerk of
l' Cecil Bigbie estate er, deceased of Troy, late M.of a iitn :=- Ib.quired.palls or_ak 100 Ib. drums as re- hours at 122 degres F. Abandoned Property Division By Alice Jones
3. ASTMD8652. Florida. Be
James Griffin ty. Florida to the Honorable John 5. WHEEL BEARING LUBRICANTSWheel Distilling Range-Method Capitol. Tallahassee. C. A. Avriett.
,of Hamilton shall bea When the thermoter sure to mention account number Jasper. FloridaMALICIOU
McCormick. County Judge bearing lubricants
Albert Norwood Overcomes County Florida and file the smooth-textured composed reads' 75 degrees C. (117 degreesF. name and address as published in
Jasper typegrease .). not less than shall be this notice. Unless' proof of owner-
l Frank Jones (Sol.) same In his office in the county only of soaps and oils free! I the holder
evaporated. ship is presented to by
Joe Jackson (CoL) I Valdosta In GameSunday Courthouse Florida within in six Hamilton calendar County months from kind fillers and shall and be abrasives noncorrosiveto of any' When the therometer reads 140 Thereafter all further claims must

Shirley Ross (Cot) from.the date of.the first publication bearingparts in service or stor- degrees C. (%6UP.) not less! than : September-28.. 19.63. the property will
hereof.. Said claims or demands, to The shall be N. L. lens than SOrt shall be evaporated be delivered to.tbe Administrator. 1
PATENTS DISCHARGED age. consistency
When the therometer read 200 be directed to the Administrator
I I contain the legal address of the O. I. No. 2. A. S. T.' :M. Penetration .
James F., ,BellMrs. claimant and to be sworn to and 'Z6i-9i at 77 degrees F. compounded 90 percent shall beevaporated.The Ray E. GreenAs !
I residue hall not exceed 2c AdministratorIN *
Patricia Nobles present as aforesa.ld. or same will-be from high grade soda or lithi
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4. Sulphur ASTM D90-34 ( )
Jasper came thru Sunday afternoon barred. um jsoan, nsoj to 20cz, soap con I .
!oIl's. Mildred Wheeler Sulphur shall not exceed 0-25r/ r WOODS !
0' 1 at Valdosta with a surprise I First publication July 12, 1963 tent. S. Vapor Pressure Method ASTM CIRCUIT COURT THIRD ,
C. A. Avriett 75-100
Mrs. Helen Norwood Refined mineral oils U. S.
upset over the Valdosta Red Sox bya of the Estate of D323-52. The vapor pressure at 37.3 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. HAM-
As Curator Sec. at 210 degrees F and C. de- BURNING1W
Mrs. score ol74.Manager I Troy :M. Vaughn .a widower gres cold test. Moisture contentnot I degree! rO 0 degrees
Mrs. Lugine Holtoxl deceased' I not xceed 12 pounds per square
over lACt-
Jessie Mitchell Bin Sapp was his own July 12. 19. 26. Aug 2 Oil seperation in storage or service 6. Octaine NumberRe..earch) EUGENIA TOLESPlaintiff
4 .. I Method ASTM D908-51. The octane
She willMrs. Deborah Bennett mound Ace fo ,rthe Jasper squad. sb FUELOIL ll not occur. I I number.shall be 92 or better. Vs.ROOSEVELT.

Mozelle Arvinger (CoL) Sapp went ,the distance and clout- IN COUNTY. IN AND JUDGE'SCOURT. FOR 6/, Fuel provided shall be limitedto July 19. 26 '' ttt.<4KU 4 TOLES Defendant

Edna :Morgan (Cot) ed four hits of his own to take cred HAMILTON COUNTY Grade 1 and Grade 2 as recom- IV THE NAME AN BY TilE AU-
the manufacturer of REQUEST FOR BIDS
Jimmy Bristol (CoL) for the team's,first victory) of FLORIDA. IN PROBATESITTING the heating by fystem and shall meet I GAR FOR COOKING AND HEATING THORITY FLORIDA: OF TIlE STATE OF g 4.

Mary Lee Ware (Col.) lit season. I I_IV 1'IARY.P.RKi Estate RILEY..f Deees*ed.. requirements Sorletwof' Teatinallate.rials of The ,American {I HAMILTON USED COUNTY IV SCHOOLS TO: ROOSEVELT TOLES Whose
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Edna Ruth Smith (CoL) With Sunday's action the second TO ALL PERSONS AND TU3II-i I ASTM); Designation D396.UT.1(" Notice Is hereby given that the '

Minnie Johnson (CoL) half standings have tightened' intoa I I TORS ESTATE HAVING: CLAIMS AGAINSTSAID j' with exceeding a minimum.&& sulphur for Grade contentnot 1 and([Board of Public .Instruction of Hamilton .

Lillian Only (Cot) three-way tie. Stockton, Lakeland You and each of you are hereby 1.9 f/a for Grade 2. Delivery shall I'I County Florida will receive REPORT OF CONDITION
bids until 10:00 o'clock
a.m. on
& Belk Hudson are deadlocked for.I notified and required to present any be at locations below. as needed Tuesday August < .1963. for furnish
claims ,and demands which you. or in the approximate amounts
first place with a 3-1 record. The either of you. may have against the j Jasper High School. Jasper 'Florida .1 Ing FOR gas HEATING as follows. ._' HAMILTON COUNTY BANK

Red Sox, Hahira and Jasper now estate of ,MARY P. RILEY. deceased approximate requirements I.O Jasper Gynanlum. Jasper Florida

.. i jail have 1-3 charts. Judge late of of said Hamilton County,County to the Florida.County t 3.000 gallons gallons more tank or less owned.tank by capacity School I II [\Jasper High. Florida.J. School. Band Room Jasper OF JASPER L'i'tTHE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE

r Jasper: will play Belle's at Valdosta at his office in the Court house of I Board. School. Jasper R. E. Lee High School Gymnasium CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 29. 1963
I said County at Jasper. Florida Ja**'er Elementary !
Sunday afternoon and Manager within six calendar months from the I Florida, approximate, require-i I I Jennings Jasper Florida.
New Arrivals I Bill Sapp invites all Jasper time of the first publication of this iments 8.000 gallons. more or e.I 1 Florida. Jennings 4 ASSETS
notice. Each claim or demand must tank capacity 5,000 gallons ,tank Cash .balances with other and
I 1 White Springs Oymn lum. White banks cash itemsIn
c; 1 fans to come and, see another Jasper be In writing and state the nlace of i(.owned by School Board.J 1 Spring. Florida

-)F Mr. and :Mrs. Walter A. Nobles, I win. \residence and Post Office address of R. E. Lee High School requirements Jasper. White Springs Ag. Shop White process of collection.. $ 82L251.45
the clalment. and sworn to by the t I Florida approximate
Live Oak. Son born U 1963. I There will be session less. Two I Springs Florida. United States Government obligations direct
a July t a practice clalment. his agent or attorney and gallon*; more or Jasper Elementary School. Jasper.
The baby has been named Will- ''on the Jasper' field Saturday at 3. any claim not so filed shall. be void. hanks I of l,00fc.' : gallons tanks each needed ownedby Florida and guaranteed ._ 507,106.25
George P. Riley. School B ard; other
iam Franklin Nobles. r I Executor of the last will i to be furnished by successful bidder. J.FOR R.LUNCH E. Lee ROOM High COOKING School Jasper Obligations of States and political subdivisions 499410.66

and testament of Mary P.I Jennings High School.requirements Jennings.! Florida Loans and discounts (including 19.64 overdrafts) .... 1454648.72
Riley. deceased. Florida approximate
Jennings High school Jennings Fla
Lillian and Thomas Tyrone Only First Publication. June 28th. 1963 ''6,000 gallons more or less. Two .Jerry Jackson! School Jennings' Fla Bank premises owned $10,000.00, furniture and
June July 5. 12. 19 1963 'tanks' of 560 gallons each and one
'/ baby girl born July) 13, 1963 and iUBBiS11U" 28. tank of 100 gallons owned by School I Carver Florida.High School White Springs fixtures 20,235.00 30,235.00

has been named Terry Elaine OnlyWHITE BID FOR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Board; other tanks needed to be Thessdul bidder will be re- Real Estate owned other than bank premises LOO

'the. Hamilton County Board of fur'I i'I onired to furnish storage tanks Other assests
tM 10000.00
Public Instruction Office of the,Bashed by successful bidder. I II I where needed.
SPRINGS County Superintendent Jasper Florida t I Jerry Jackson School. Jennings |I Delivery shall be made to each stor
Olot\\ that bid petro- Florida approximate requirements age tank within the hours of (8:00
10 leum.request products for you,use in th6'oJl. peta- 6,000'gallons, more or less; storage I a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on each day unlessby TOTAL ASSETS ..................................... 3322653.08
: NEWSMr. lion of public-owned vechlcles;'school S tank needed Ito be furnished by prior arrangement with a representative
buses and school plants subjects, to I successful bidder. of the County Superintendent.
T. J. Bryan celebrated his terms and conditions as outlined be White Springs High School. White I .
low. Springs. Ferula approximate re-, Delivery tickets presented for pay LIABILITIES
74th birthday Sunday July 14. He' In conformance with a ruling of I quirements 8,000 gallons more or ment must carry the signature' of the-
was honored by a big celebrationby I the Attorney General. State of Flori- les. Tank capacity 3,000 gallons authorized agent of the Boa I'd ate Demand deposits-of individuals, partnerships ,and

this family at his pretty farm da duration all prices of the shall! contract be firm', eriOd.for: the owned CarverTIigh by School School.Board.White Springs I Bids school shall center be sealed or tank and location.marked corporation ...... $1,241,132.93Time

home in the country near White Bids shall be sealed andtoiarked I Florida approximate requirements "Bid for Gas for Cooking and Heat and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships -
"Bid on Petroleum Products' and ing." The bid shall, be a firm bid forth
Springs. Present at this big occas- delivered or mailed so'-as.'..to reach 6,000 gallons; more or less.' Tank I I 1963-64 school term. and corporations ....,.. 1118702.92

sion was Mr .and Mrs. J. O. 'Und. said office by 10 o'clock s-m. on the School t"RPa'uy"Board l.noo gallons' owned bY''I The Board reserves the right to reJect Deposits of United Government (including
6th day of August. 1962. anv or: all bids.
and Mr .and'
sey family MrsT
( "'App'lica'ble Federal excise taxes 7. Kerosene shall meet the standards. {I i Board of Public Instruction Postal Savings .... 3,446.66
George Stormant and family of shall not included: Tare exemption .of the State of Florid.. I I Hamilton County Florida .
White Springs; Mrs. Lila Fish Mr. I certificates will 'be famished in lieu Delivery shall be made to each j I By Harry T. Reid SuperintendentJuly Deposits of States, and political subdivisions 456,646.80
fuel storage tank within the hourstof
of taxes the products purchased 26
as 19.
Certified and officers checks etc. 14,313.94
and Mrs. T. C. Sweat and Miss under terms! of this bid are tn be 8:00 a-m. to 3:00 p.m. on each ,

Carrie Bryan of Jacksonville, Mrs. S used exclusively. for' public school I t{Ida with, unless a representative by prior arrangement the County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. TOTAL DEPOSITS 2.83-1,243.25

Mary Alice Sweat of Jacksonville ir7.11.i of type ea any sisa I purposes.Quantity purchased shall! be limited Superintendent. THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, (a( Total demand deposits 1.487,540.33b

Beach Mrs. Francis Herndon of EUBhER STAMP from tbo requirements during the periodSeptemb..r Delivery tickets presented for payment of- IN COUNTY.AND FOR,, FLORIDA.HAMILTON ) Total time and saving
must the signature
Miami, Joe Mallory, Leon Bryan v.rysmallest to the vrry H I 1. GASOLINEA. 1. 1963 to June 1, 1964. the authorized carrr agent of the Board at Chancery Progress Docket f deposits 46,702.92
larre t H5Jsa each school center or tank location. Book 4. Page 412
; and Bobby Fish of White Springs. Approximately thirty-five thou I HKI.KV
I All bids shall clearly set forth the SWISHER
1...: Those who came as guests were iitr RUBBER sand gallons! of gasoline the attached meeting detailed- trade name of the product,I. 'Plaintiffs

:Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindsey and STA.Mg ninedly boils t. I I sheet specifications and made on a part of this bid that111 be furbished and unit VS. TOTAL LIABILITIES- 2834243.25
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7.Y'fieara mud I prices.: It Is 8uggested that bidders
7ajrtFato the State
\; request as provided by
: family and Mr. Howard Byrd of use the reference number as in the fc SADIE cox'WILLIS & CHARLES
Oil Department of asricuture -
Jacksonville. All enjoyed: wonderful I ,- Tallahassee; ;"lorida. i I bid: request-tfpr! listing-bids Oft each. WILLIS
> Mrrieo *t priecc far iii abulatloirShould' e jDefendants. CAPIT ACt
j product' j- OUNT5
I delivered
dinner and l lB. Gasoline! to be and I 1'
day of need
fellowship to- '
hdow wirer 701 Mould or&arihr the bidder to meet the I I there be a professional' assistance NOTICE T F MORTAGE FORECLO-
gether. At the close of the,day they expect to pay. i daily service hy requirementsof I Imotor I will be sought in determining SURE SALE BY CLERK Capital: Common Stoak;"total..-tfaFvalue- $100.000.00 .'5100.00fl.00

departed for their homes looking CoHMfataad vechlcles- each location. I I, It r'' Notice U hereby given; that pursuant Surplus .::'1i;.....:..;...:',...?\. 350,000.00
MOMOOI to Final of Foreclosure
The successful bidder must l' j jI :ft. Decree .
forward to this occassion again IIU8R STAMP asd. (1) furnish tanks! and pumps at I s dated July 9. 1963. and enteredin Undivided profits _... 25000.00

next year. the designated school centers I the I will above styled and highest numberd and Reserves (and retirement: account for prefered capital) 13,489.83
Miss Suzette Cason left'-f f college La d..d.etlaa of and must garages.be of the Tanks size and installed equipped ''' 4 .:0,' best!! bidder, fotash, at the main
in North Carolina ( 'DEVICES fo* I from door of 'theHamilto1ll County
last week. be
> with pumps as may i ,TC>TAL- CAPITA ACCOUNTS .:. 488409.83
V.Ii.er6 sal peles directed bv the Boardof Public Courthouse In Jasper Florida at-
She will be gone 6 weeks. She was Instruction and maintainedin t' I 11:00 o'clock a.mt; on July .%9. 1963 ,. _
.'given this scholarship forbemg serviceable condition by the J I .- the following l: described property in
honor E JASPER successful bidder during the Hamilton County Florida as set TOTAL LIA BfijPpS and,CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. $3* ,&3.08
anoutstanding : stuti69 :, NEWS
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< A life of the contract. The tanksto I forth in said Final Decree to-wit: -
be installed at: School Bus I I JI A strip of land-85 feet in width _
Florida. Jen- off the North side of Block A,
I I pings Garage.High Masper School Jennings HOW COOL according to Ifaneock-Corbet w: MEMORANDA
: I CLASSIFIED ADS Florida. White Springs High I I.,I .,< Subdivision' In the City of Jasper ; '
School Whit Springs! Florida Florida. Assests pledged, or--assigned to secure liabilities and

FOR SALE 1959 English Ford I C. Calibrated Inventory sticks for] Wilt.' YoU BE Datf'd(Circuit' !Court Seal 13th) 1963 for other purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted -
by Alice Jones, D. C.
Station; Wagon. 3 each size tank must be furnished and securities sold with agreement
new tires-ex- Circuit Court
FARMERSMONEY when required by the successful Ito
I cellent buy $200.00 ph. 938-2203 bidder.D. WHEN You THELMA LEWIS. Clerk ofaa.fd -- repurchase) $ 621,800.00

for your farm operations NADA value $310" .:, ',.zHEl'AIRSWe 41 Delivery storage,tank shall within be made the hours-of to each I July 19 Circuit Court i. Eugene N. Adicks. Exec Vice President of the above-

at reasonable cost. Terms ( 8:00 a-m.: to 3:00 p-m. on each 26'S named bank db somely affirm that this report of condition Is)true
1 repair all types unless b,. .prior ,arrangement G HOME ? .
to fit your needs. Loans up to I school day and corrcttortheflDest' of my knowledge and belief. .
TV and radios ,also small ap l with a representativeof "' :- ..., NOTICE is' heteby given that the '
7 years. Can North Florida Production pliances. the County Superintendent. Board of County Commissioners' of : ugene N. AdicksCorrect
Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave Mannings Radio Service. E. Delivery tickets presented for pay Hamilton County Florida will receive 2 'J' < ,
{ I Jasper. 7924421. tfe ment must carry the signature! sealed bids for one (1) 12,000B. f ...
'. Live Oak. Tel 362-2588 I of the authorised agent of the T. U. per hour and one (1) 28.000B. -Attest:
FDRNISOED' 'APARTSD3NT For Board at eachechool center or T. U. per hour Air ConditioningUnits J. T. Bridges Jr. f
tanklocation* j to be Installed In the Clerk of
FOR i .rent, upstairs..,;Call 792-6331, .Robert f I tore hill requested! 'to make Circuit Court's office, said. bid!'to be P. C. Crapps, Jr. *'
USED'ELECrRIC RANGES Ehlert FT Thft State Department of :Agricul- filed In the office of,the Clerk of the
Sale. Good condition. $40 and R eg:Real,- "Estate'- Bro j. tests of gasoline should there rIa (Circuit Court on or before, August 6. F. B. Harrell _.' .
ker. tfc be any question at to the qualityof 1963 at 10AO am. : \l. Director'*
$50. Mannings Radio Repair Jasper furnished undera :
the gasoline I Sealed bids will be'opened August ... :
phone 792-4421 tfc SEVERAL USED purchase contract entered into ..6, 1963 at 10:00: a.m. State of Florida County of'1iaintltsrrss:
REFRIGERATORS under terms of this bid. ShouldIt The Board of County Commissioners -
SEPTIC TAlaDd Drain Field I Best of condition. Pric- be determined that any quality I II reserves the right to reject (SEAL) ';,*.' Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th'day
does ;
; .Cleaning J. W. Darby. Jasper ed to sell. Mannings Radio Service not of meet gasoline specifications purchased of the j any Board or all bids.of County Commissioners of July 1963 and I hereby certify th7 am

Call 792-3801 tic Jasper_ phone 792-4421 tfc state of Florida and the supple Hamilton County FloridaBy not an officer or director of this bank. M tcom-
mental specification attached: : Thelma Lewis Clerk
PIANO FOR SALE HI Upright such gasoline: must! be pickedup July U, 26 Aug. 2, 1963 mission expires April 24, 1964 Banded ty merf-
FOR SALE Lot on' Suwanne by the seller as directed by
coo of New
River at Suwannee Springs. Rea- practice piano ,in good condition. the County Board of Public Instruction can Surety
b' 1 sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real $150 June, Montgomery, 792-6751 tie Failure *to' and meet full the credit above given.pro- I :APPEARING TO BE OWNERS Jewell SouthaH. Notary Public

visions shall be deemed sufficient ABANDONED PROPERTY
Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc GOOD USED TV of
Installed for by the Board to cant"el'any Pursuant to Section U Chapter
( 100,00 and up. Mannings Radio! contract or agreement enteredinto 717 Florida Statutes entitled "Flor
under the provisions' pf this
FREE LUBRICATION! I([Service. 792-4421 Jasper. tic bid.

We will give a FREE Lube Job WANTED Person to work part- The following requirements shall !

with each oil change..-for a I time. Make credit reports in Jasper A.be Delivery met: shall be made in drums I I SELL YOUR TOBACCO IN

limited time only! [ full Box Y
details 1497 Jacksonville and quart cans Jn the viscosity I
S Firestone Tires I I Florida Itc numbers and in quantity specified !

.Deloo Batteries The by the School submitting Board.the bid I FLORIDA
company LIVE OAK
-at competitive prices! FOR SALE Cypress tobaccp must provide proof that the oil I Drog everything you're do- ,

FRED TAYLOR'S 1 sticks at mllL one mile south of. so furnished specifications will meet below the prescribed in ing and investigate electricair

TEXACO 'STATION Madison on State Road 14 phone. one -or both of the following I conditioning today. Hot

''Jasper Telephone 795-2903 I 973-6334 after 7 PJnGirUe Ragans, forms: (1) furnish the qualification I jobs are much nicer if you .

Madison Florida J26c affidavit number that: the(2)oil provide to be furnished an- :I can think about going home FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST

FARMS WANTED IF YOU dove meet the prescribed to cool.cool.air conditioned

would like to sell year farm NEEDED spcifications. comfort. It costs less than 1"" ,

see We have calls for VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANY' C. Performance specification I can t S
I, us. farms '(1) :Motor oil or oils on which bids you think and you TOBACCO MARKET
every week. .W.L. Bryan, Reg. are submitted shall meet Federal I spend'the rest of the summer
in Live
Florida for an MIL-L-
Real Estate Broker. Phone SY I yea'musical Specifications : *relaxing in cool,air conditioned
needs from and 2104A and API requirements : "

t! 2-2985 or SY 2-9S31 pianos to records and record organs players for Supplement suitable for I oil.use and in generally Internal :, pleasure. 7 WAREHOUSES 2 SETS OF BUYERS-

tic combustion engines I
Georgia Plate Glass Co. operating under unfavorable

-. f.Store Fronts ATHLETE'S FOOT I or ditions.severe types of service con. 3 GROUPS OF EXPERIENCED OPERATORS

A Mirrors Kesllvered HOW TO TREAT IT (2) The oil must have a minimum
i .Tub Enclosures Sbowers viscosity index of 100 with- MORE BUYERS THAN ANY OTHER FLORIDA MARKET
Apply instant drying T-4-L. out the. benefit or necessity' of
t 215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5285 You Index addi *
viscosity Improver;
eel it take hold to check '
VALDOSTA : itching tives. ;
t I txasiBg.: la mfaotes. 'Then in 3 to 5 (S) The on must be single gradedoil i. Free Cash Prizes To Growers
as SAW 30W or feW rather .
yA? TED days watch infected
( e ,= work on skin slough than the multi-viscosity types
small'Dairy t rm..Y0n1j, reliable, otLymtch,healthy skin replace It. as BW-2 as classified by SAE
I ersorxs' need 1- (4) The motor oil shall be of the [tent Three Big Free Street Dances
apply C;JaiiaJlSe: It-net please IN ONE HOUR your following American Petroleum, 4ii6t aooo .

!' iSe.'feaelt'at any durg Store Now atWise's Institute service classificationsa ,, Comfort
( ) "Service IS" as defined I
:LL"f8P8k: 8AIzP1fdCWlEDTTIONED. or Kayo's Drug bY 1961 for subsequent)' THURSDAY NIGHTS JULY 25' AUGUST 1 AUGUST 8
: J26c edition ottBAE handbook .- ,
P9B'tJP .: (b) _The.containers In which the .I :

OOI Ir.aAIi"JIRUH. FOR SALE OR RENT -...:. Wonder -** oa marked'shewing I*delivered ahall the be API plainly.ser i .f )fbCOMPETIVE- BIDDING MEANS BETTER PRICES FOR .
OF MUSKJ. nes'N.'pAT'1"EB8ON.1VALDOSTA. Bar. Also one deep well vice classification.x. I .. 1i ,

TELEPHONE CHt- pump. $75. and 4 room House on GEAR LUBRICANTS: I IGe&I' YOU THE GROWER
which bids are
lubricants on j pAR4t9A
'2& JI9. 2 land !
acres $100. Wonder Bar Jas submitted shall meet requirements rE3yV n
perF Da. for low-speed high torque service.J
.gyp ,
FOUND- Takes up at my home A; For>transmission lubrication TrncofeoAmti
large mae red __ .(!>- Mum-purpose gear lubricant'i SELL YOUR TOBACCO IN -LIVE OAK FLAl
cat .'coar'and: bell FOR SAIJB;; :A& Size ref. $25.00. SAE 14* meeting requirements 1 ...-------....- ,.
-owner. "pfease come and. get it.f i cash, H etde !teBge.&i'cash'E. F .i"of" -Military *specification. .. MILIS. I,I :
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Mrs. Betty Jean Miten ph"l92-56tt Moctgvcnery Jr. SY3W7S1 For L-IU5---differential -lubrication ,' :....:* ,;,- .

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Friday. -July 19, 1963 ...,........:......:THE.. JASPER NEWS."JAS'PER:. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Your Tobacco Is Worth More When Sold On The.H.JA.PER '


You Can't Do Better As The Following,, Will Show !!

: .'. Years .I.It'
-....1":;'. Market 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962. .Jf ..,. .. .
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:f :I' Of ; ., Jasper 58.76, 61.93 58.69 \f.j\. : ;.. ,, .:
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) ,. 'Live Oak 57.04 56.59 58.76 55.12 60.40 56.01 t .
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: Madison 55.58 55.62 57.01 55.96 59.70
,. '.';-. ::Lake 'City 54.79 57:24 58.24565ij.; 60. 6 54.26 '
: I, N High Springs 56.41 56.38 57.15 56.56 60.86 55.76 .p..
STATE 56.78 57.2t58.77 56.62 60.81 56.22' : & !; y.;

i;1 Plenty: Of Room In Jasper's Six Huge Warehouses

:With CHANDLER'S. & BJP TOP Sales Every Day

.I ., '. "' ? ... _..Phone' 792-6131_ *."'* ": VEhone:. ..' ..' .' 792-2121 -''<". . f' ..I'
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'f."'-" CHUNKS ..-
i STOKELY'S MEDIUM No.3 03 c ,' I I
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. 'f i!;t, LIMAS 6. for $1.00 I 3' For $1 S I OR

VAN CAMPS. No. 2can! -. FRENCH'S ( LIPTON..L- t I' 6 oz. ,
SWEET MUSTARD ,? v 3 9 C W Jar
POanRK 4$1- RELISH 1 Jar, 19cITEA I

SUNLI7E No. 303 can MIXED 14 oz can 6ge MAXWEU'HOUSE
Nuts=. kC 5
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s 91 $1.00 HOLSUM STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2 jib" 59: Choice Limit with one$5.00 of your or
for _..______ APPLE : mare food order
'1 19C iiniin I
'. MULLET lb.
o Tall _

PEANUTS 9% oz.49c 12 Ib.AVERAGE OR H-- a'M' linn ',"'" $1.00 .

WHOLE mill 'j ,
Cashews 814 oz.79c J. Limit= 7
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Mixed Nuts 8 L lie. nun AMERICAN BEAUTY _
% oz.' 79c C CREAM STYLE ID

TOILET NO. 303 Can +
i ,' ; 9: $1.00e ,. JJJ
TISSUE I : Nz: *# ..,_ :s" For p

0 ......-< d VEGETOC.E j
Ancf _

E CRISPRITE 'SLICED } Parts 3 b. 49c

NABISCO "f. Bacon lb.49i C DRUM vIu Limit can One

OREO ---_------='.%.:.lb,.4fc\45c. .- ,. STICKS Yib.. c //j/ HUNTS 14 oz. III
: ''i:. Beef 3lb.. $.<|' .39 SHORTS 'I: CATSUP ;
HIHO......._...__..lb.37c t THIGHS' -t ,
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t ,2 .' 35C;
SWIRL CAKE..;_;. Ea.79c ( j1.
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TV DINNER ...-- .;.L:.<.:'l_:ea. 59c CUTPORK t /Q/'c :: ?-
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BIRbSEYE ... '.:Jo 3' 48 Ib.Chops. :;---- >.. .
\. oz. pkg C '
CUT BEANS ..... 23c can 39C
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Package TEST'' ;

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Limit 2 with'$5.00 or more food-Order| .Prices,Gooi- ,July_ ..I .Sdnn J':1Jy.22".: 1963'..i.. ;-i '.... ,QUANTTTY'RIGHTS. .... RESERVED