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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 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1890-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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PRICE s I : i IOCJ PER _COY $3.00 PER :YEAR HAMILTON COUNTY JASPER FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1963 VOLUME 93. UMBER 30

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PICK 4H'er OF MONTH j Hamilton Soil i- I 1 j -


FROM The 4-H COUNTY activities in Hamilton Co'nservationService ZugsBring ;)Low PriceingSale 'c


County plays a big part in the

lives of many of cur young people ,
and in their f amilies It PAUL H. WPBEB. '
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the attention 'andadinrrataon of For the first time since early.inJanuary I : ,_ ...'..
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the public general.
work on construction projects r I '
The chosen symbol of 4-H workis is"lowjing.} Since,the begin- I _. > -' I HOW ABOUT A

the clover leaf with its 4 ,petalS'Head ning of the year ')Ir. Russel Conrad Jasper's" tobacco market this
opened GOOD
TIME
Heart, Hand, Health. : j t' ThursdaY'mor-1 .-,
had orIwo& draglines
Just to remind yotf vhaf.4-H does..' working has.full time.one :In;:.fact, during Fla. Power Man"Getg rung at Big: Top Warehouse" with 139,968 pounds ,of tobacco ,

1.4-H dub work becomes a part ).'the Jast,two and-a'half ,yearsJfrpmone Farm' YouthAppointment baing.sold.atan'averaga price of about 44 cents per 4 CHECK THESE: ". :

I of the lives of-our'roral'g' peo !*( to three of the.Conrad draglines : %h. paid $62,146.95.J These :
c pie in the guidance, inspiration' have ,beea".wo te g''fcH0tirovslyegcef poundTptal was figures j' BEAUTY CONTEST ; ,
,.vision-_ *[t were.obtained soofKafter, close of the sale and be .
.i : mss.2 *. fetfewc. sr aJt'''jobs. may not BUCKING BRONCO :,5 .

Demonstrates.the :best practices-'IrijCeWibia, Echols: and .Sawan- S..John. Folks Jr completely correct. RIDE THE FIRE ENGINE '
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in agriculture, and':H ttte'}rcoiio-'[nee'Counties'; Bethel Reynolds of Big Top pointed the ,
mics. 1 i ; ,. supervisor of rural I to poor DUMP YOUR FRIEND IN THE '
f Much the largest job was the
t development of baskets the floor the for the
3. Develops Community pride fourteen mile ditching :job north of! 7M for Fla PowerCorporation quality the on as reason WATER TANK

f spirit ,and leadership. White Spnng3 ,for Continental: I hasP extremely low price. However, when quality tobacco .' PONY RIDES 'S

4. EmphasizeS' the home. I Woodlands. ". been named to 'appeared it sold up in the ,high sixties. PASS THE FOOTBALL SKILFULLY

5. Develops self, reliance ,ambitionand I We have directed that priority'given' -*the post of nation]t Last the sales showed of
morning an
agressiveness irriga- year : average. .,,. CATCH THE GREASED HOG
be to jobs providing -t-al chairman of "' ,
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,6. It above all, developes the high tion water cropland drainage or the Farm Youth 57.23and in 196lI;at was, 62.4. 'r PLENTY OF FOOD AND DRINK

est type of manhood .womanhood. flood off I{ This most farmers complaining about the
dikes to keep waters crop tw Comittee by the] year were CAKEWALK

and Some,American of our, citizenship.outstanding young land. Jobs that take time two are or three done Edison Electric poor quality of their sand lugs when they took them out t' SQUARE DANCE

i people of several years back were. by months the of Soil surveying Conservation Serviced ; Institute.The 20 man committee represents of. the barn and{ most of these were on the floors today. TWIST CONTEST .

enthusiastic 4lfersto name ring late summer,. Jail and win- investor-owned electric companies Basinq't their. Estimate on the good prices paid for

just's' few --" Joer':.Smith, Barabra ter. This system jias beeen ,work-i throughout the United States. :quality tobacco, si Je officials believe that traditional good You Can Enjoy Yourself Completely At The.
Hendrick-further back yet Ella '

Marie Parker, Martha Mitchell. ng This well.year, irrigation., ponds were 1 Folks. joined Florida Power Cor-I prices' are, poinsr t<''be paid in Jasper as usual this year. HAMILTON COUNTY FUN FESTIVAL

Evelyn Walker Panv > '' du gfor Maurice Bennett. PeteCunningham poration as an Agricultural Engineers This Thursday afternoon sales are being conductedat

I : Early Commissioners Mc- Tee 'Erixton, ,J- G. : in 1933, and. is active in rural Chandlers'Warehouse. In general, tobacco is slowin AUGUST 9th and 10th .
Donald J. V. McCall. Gibbs, B; .B: Hill, George T. Rob- with far-
> development programs
the warehouses is far from Sponsored by the
r The plan of the 4-H work is so erson, Ed Smith, George L. Smith mers, rural youth groups and civic arriving at as harvesting

arranged as to projectsand activities and Frank Strickland.A organizations throughout the company complete and farmers. haven't had time to bring their HAMILTON COUNTY 1

that the high aims of l leadership small stock pond' was dug forJ. ')% 32- ounty system. He is a. leaf to market.ATTENDS'. .j

and personality are developed :J. Crews and a large :on( for member of several community CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

t We are pleased to present Roy Pafford on the former ,Joe state and industrial organizations.Folks .
4-H'er of the month for several Irrigation ponds SCIENCE FOUNDATION : .

months. .- :.< were Herring enlarged place or redug for FrankM. is'a graduate of the University .. If anyone has any office furniture-particularly ,
":-Ju1)>GEl''' Is Miss Miriam of Florid: ? and holds bachelor: -
and
NewSoJ'ri .. Henderson J. L- Reeves referrals arid master of science degrees in a secretarial desk-which they do not need and will
:: Jack VTnson Five qther agricultural engineering and has I sell
for pond construction and two for give or reasonably to the Charnber of Commerce
taken advanced courses toward aj
dikes have been received from the PhD degree. :j for use in their new office, please contact the Cham-

lI County A.SC.S.-Committee. These He' is married, has four children I, i'L ber of Commerce office or any of its Directors.
will be surveyed and and resides in St. Petersburg. :
made for the owners. "
Plans are ,under way for lend-

ing the, districts assistance to Continental Group Meets_ To @
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and Owens-
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Can Company
llinois Glass Company for a continuation ,Plan For Signs On _..= ih .

I of the big: drainage pro- i Ij I '
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*?nringft.-JW ,i rerstftte t :
I jeet north-o'bite: na ilS5'i.
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I Hamilton .Son-Conserva -- I '

tion District: .: A group of Hamilton"County citizens 8
Clyde B. Hunter, Chmn., representing the Hamilton

Roy Blair, ,Jesse Fpur- County Chamber of Commerce*met.

aker, vice chmn., Joe S. Monday night, July' 22nd ,to dis-

+ Howell, Joe W Mitchell. cuss and lay plans f4\lightingand, : .. p STI': i

placing. signs on Interstate Route '; _
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75. "
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The purpose of these signs is to FRINK SPEECH CONTXXftTCD _first Battle of Bull Run, the Federal

P-- advertise and encourage people to FROM JLAST WEEK cannon destroyed the 14c.

leave I.R.75 and route them thru The Confederate soldier is very Lean house and Mr. -McLean and

Jennings, Jasper. .and., -White dear to me. I was born and rear- his family moved! across the Stateto

Springs ed in .the atmosphere of the Con- Appomatox Court House and
Miriam Newsom is a pretty The group agreed on an immediate federacy. As a small girl my' constructed another home. Here

dark, haired young lady with a i project of 4 large'signs for the mother from her home in Darling they were untouched by' the war

-straight forward look in her hazel county. The approximate cost of ton S C. heard the guns as they for nearly four years, but Lee fallIng -
eyes and an ernest capable look these signs will be one thousand Jerry B. Smith, (right) of Jasper search in a medical science project fired upon Forst jSumter, My back to Petersburg! in 1866,

that la reassuring., r dollars (51.000), less any labor High School is one of 27 superior with Dr, Mehrin J: Fregley, father as a North Carolina soldier found himself surrounded at Appo.
Certain it is that her record is that may be volunteered by anyone ,Florida high school students in -a associate professor physiology in his teens followed the for- matox Court House and the Mc
interested'in this project. special National Science Foundation in College. of Medicine. Lean house
outstanding: I the tunes of the Confederacy for four was the scene of the
2 Years she was selected to at- L Trie following people have already program at the University of Jerry selected for his scholastic years. 'I attended Washington and final act of the War, the surrenderof

tend the Short Course In Tallahassee -I volunteered their servicesin Florida this summerShown: ability and scientific motivation General Lee to General Grant

and, one of the two in the Last week, I told little the construction and erection of above with Mrs. Ethel M. Hawkins, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Lee, University at Lexington. Virginia I pay special tribute to those

.state: selected to speak to the 500 I about 4-H and its work.you This.a week' these signs; Guy McGhin J. L. I science teacher at Green Cove Jerry B., Smith of Jasper. He returns upon whose campus sleepsthe noble 'women of the Confederacy
immortal Lee and where in the
girls In attendance.' :you will Jearn:what'ithaS in it for Cbllums Dr. William _Kyser. Jim I Springs and a program,counselor home August' 10. who suffered misery hunger *afl
Dunaway'. Ratite Andrews, Grover he is contributing ,to active re- city cemetery nearby :rests the privations of
She won the Chamber of Commerce I you. This Is the first in 'a series j'I .. remains o fthe great Stonewall war and the tortures:
Wheeler and of
.Kenneth.TuteJl
award which: ..It! allowable I that will help you;find*,out what It, Jackson. It h.s been my privilegeto reconstruction days, but who
-only once. She shows leadership in does have._ "'- -- Ernest Courtoy. i l day night at the Jasper Church of visit most of the battle fields<< in with a smile on their lips ,.patiently .
bore it
that she with Sharon Howell, Linda To begirt with the Anyone interested' in promoting' SiAg At Jasper God. Virginia and adjoining territory. I all and hand in hand with
4.Jacket -
their
and Sue Butler took_ the responsibility is of significant or donating to this project are urged have stood on the field of Manassasor husbands fathers. and brothers -
; of the 4-H Fashion Show in wear ,it with dignity.pride It You advertisesto ,and I to contact Mrs. Polk at the Church of God .. I Ii I Our special guests, will be the Bull Run where the sun of the budded the New South. I
Chamber of Commerce office im pay special tribute also to
Jennings, this ,LambertFarnity- of Madison, and that fine
year.In the Confederacy in such great
public what you stand! for .. arose
Friday Night patriotic order the United
1956 she the Schol- mediately. i Daughter -
won Camp in your local club work. The colors Ricks Sisters of Vaktosta. splendor and promise. I have stoodon of
arship in clothing. Last year 1962 o fthe jacket are green and white. -I II I Ii Singing-will begin at 8:00 o'clockEveryone the field at ChanceUorsville the Confederacy, who loving
The fourth Friday ly and tenderly keep alive the
she modled a semiformal dress at The green stands for nature and i Hospital News i regular night is invited where the sun reached its zenith I
the Fashion Show af F. S. U. the white for purity. There are I Gospel Sing will be held this Fri- to come. and where the hopes of the Confederacy t those memories the deeds and ideals of
She is member of the Beta I men and women of yesterday -
a 43,000 club members in Florida were highest. I spent three I .
One of
Club. Is Vice President of County that help to uphold these colors.In t days at Gettysburg .following on I have the sweetest exeretses
I attended
ever
4-H council was a program
County a large group people will notice I foot the direction of Pickett's
Fiye times she has won the I THE* AMERICAN W given in Confederate Park in
and respect a well dressed and Y- charge--at Gettyburg where the
County Fashion Show and twice in Jacksonville three year ago by the
dignified young man as you .a: 4-H I lengthening! shadows of afternoon
combined U.
D.
I C. Chapter
the State. on
member. But you can only be ,this PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL OJf first began to fall aslant the Con
Mothers
She is a member and regular attendant j, Day honoring the mothers,
way if you work hard enough for : federacy; and I stood with uncovered
at the Oak Grove Church j THURSDAY JULY Z*. & *& s Mlmz&.V. of the Confederacy.
club and head at Appomatox where
your community country. Abe I
of Christ. I Register Three-quarters of a century and
If any of you 4-H members would that same sun sank behind the Virginia -
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P. Jones
J.
Looking back her J more passed since the great conflict
over scrap like to order 4-H jackets, pleasesee Hills and into the pages of his
book, is the remarkable things she I James Griffin +to Txataa! Our vision is no longer blinded
f '
Mr. Andrews before August 1st / tory. I could visualize as I stoodat
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has done to her home. Frank McKinnon I FOg ,ruse anus u 'nit by heart-wounds and we can now
If we can get enough members to 4 rf Appomatox the thin and battered
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And she sews for herself, her I MrsMyra Dukes J LliERrf look back, not without love, not
buy jackets, we can get them Jim (coL) ranks of the Confederate sol-
Kingdon F'r without intense pride, but without
family and for_friends.
in their
unutterable
diers the grief
She is senior cheaper. I Frank Jones (col.) y Aso rut uat ; partisan passion ,to the events of
a at Jennings High Dennis Smith Senior Club Ada Dean Quaycoi.Will .). r oa MI>rSElf f+7R A guard, haggard faces as they stack that war. As American
the coming year and after that ssss tom. we can
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1 I ed !in silence the battle dinted
she plans to go to college. She Harris (cot) see the patriotism of the men on
tells me they have collegiate 4-H AUPjlst: 5 Date Set DISCHARGED SINCE LAST WK.: arms and bent to kiss, as many I both sides who battled for the

clubs at F: S.. U. fend she will Mrs. Chelsey Keene I did the sacred remnants of the ; decision of one of the W I1d'.

surely identify herself with them. To Form Jennings Johnny Cumbess .. I- 7- ( battle flags that had waved in tri- !greatest problems. By act and

She adds-"4-H has been real life I Mrs. Ruby Futch I : umph again and again only to be ,deed the North and South have

to me. I don't know what I would Community Club I Albert Norwood Ii d .__ $ taken down at the last when fur- done their full share in heeling

have done without it. I Mrs. Mildred Wheeler i II ther struggle was hopeless useless these old wounds and in making a
All individuals who are interestedin i Joe Jackson (col.) I impossible. It was but the remants united people and nation.

w, improving the moral spiritual, I Willie Johnson col.) Ft .. f of his once indomitable array that I
FOURAKER REUNION I I
1 cultural and economic levels of Shirley Ross .,. .-- f. AID was left to Lee for the final rally I was, when present on July 3fd last

"The Annual Fouraker Family the community of Jennings, town]I Eddie Mae Evans,(cot), .:*_' f6rfdtfl at Appomatox. The South had I dedicated year President Roosevelt
Reunion will be held on July 28 at and surrounding area, please meet .:. Catherine Kelley (cop) .' -.,' ',. fought until between the cradle and I the Eternal Light peace
at the Schooll -I :: : -.,.;:j txscw. memorial at Gettysburg-that magnificent
Jennings High August '
"Bethel Church Fargo. Ga. All rela- FA1 8RS77AS. the' grave there were no more left
tives are urged to attend. Bring 5th. at 8:00 o'clock at which mustered They fought as never monument atop which aflame

i food for an old fashioned dinner on time a community organization club will be to sponsor clean* heal .'b people before fought .and sufferedas will burn forever symboHz-
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the grounds. Those planning to at- will DC formed if It is the desire of' thful enjoyable recreation for 'all 1 : few In the Northland ever knewor I ing peace eternal in a Nation united -
t. On the face of the Memorial
tend are encouraged to bring photo the majority present. ,ages. 4t dreamed. By one of the strange

graphs of family or other articles All church members are urged All, .those who are interested In_ coincidences of history, the war two sturdy female figures stand
shoulder
which might, be x>f interest to I attend this'meeting since one.of the helping the young people develop', '". : ended where it began on the Mc to shoulder in token oC tfee
sisterhood of
the North
the Reunion members Pictures of purposes of the club will be to I into honest, useful contributing. <"- Lean plantation. During July 1861 This Memorial and South.
family members now' deceased cooperate with all churches in thecommunity citizens'should be there. i f McLean was a farmer near Mana- was unveiled) by
would be of particular interest. The In all church pro [ -Everyone is interested in rasing .P19'l sac Station, Virginia and in his cords held in: the hands o fthe

reunion will beheld rain or shine gtazna''e jthe economic: status of the community -' home General Bcauregard. who Commander4fl-Chief of. the GAK
Come and bring a
;you.. A short program is planned recreation for all age groups I be present. Don't forget the Day .' ;-. .-aadtkc ; ttBcJ tt.crl.1 established his headquarters. !I' UCV'and; in the presence of the

.N. ,;B. T"ouraTcersee.. Treas. should attend. One'purpose of the'the Tune and the Place! -I < -.. .. In the skirmish preceetSng the (Continued on Page 2)







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(Continued Frbm gage 1)-:'paw gome. Let'us} I.- t.p..as.> union.JTherti were folks from Atlan Miss Camp was .wearing a black picnic out at Blue Springs. The delicious turned from a weeks'eating at double wedding of Mis*. Caroline
who prize their la, Chattanooga, Miami Orlando, and; gray ensemble with black ac- made Daytona Beach; returned'Suntaned" ::
persons perciousheritages. ? ))irt da.x.cake was: ; by. : Stot, unt to Mr. Jerry Ocbura and'Miss ;
'
In-this spots hallowed_' by Jaqksonville")vandupfc BourseJen 1 -I pessosries..The wwsage was off '!i the .new bake9'p1de: tand.,'.. t and 'ha'pp'nd.. :,have.. ; npwf-- *. berm IagaB td .?:*Lamar
I tt 111 3 o&ho ..GaJ,ings. White Springs and Jasper.A v.hjte'} !and given*her,by .the, :hostes. ., -: .."i;.goner their. several,wa( s -Jewel to--,chest e7 -Sa day At4theu FstBaptist
ti : ;: let us rededicate ourselves to those : 'bounteousT2ltnner; : was' spread SoB; "? "",''; '"',i." ".'' y :' "*"",1 1fr_'"and bits.. Fred Dayjdand,h r. wod hi tajfo Audrey to, rch .
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tt" A edvaric ; and closer ties} ::were*made of thesefl .. Jan Miss Jewel Ow m VmteSpirmss.
'; &tn o t1 ,. .t bt: "i1iCIr'" ;"tf'l ;"'T' .r. "f't. ,"daughter ; l >Y5sepi:hOme! fax Texasfl -' -" .. Re6.Mr.
Claude Baily-4he-pastozv
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.Jif;! :} ;.!? !' bur } pf familes: ... ', .. ... .' .., : ',,; ...: b (.calRhoden fashonored :"Mayo and Mrs. Audrey wise-.'ar-* .; '
f ? common and united country '. .ti by her children with a birthday cher of Houston Texas have, re Mrs. Sajr'Canova', dlreQteti.,* "the ,I (Contnued: en Page 31 ,.
feeShg'and knowing thaVfthis' is 2nd:.Lt::, Joe BHart ahd Mrs. ; \
Blue and Gray veterans assembled what 'ouh Confederate( 'Fathers Hart son and new daughter inlawwere :
there in-probably for most of would have us do ,and that' hereby at Church Sunday but are 1 \ Public
I them .their final reunion. The Pre: 1 as they have said, wee can,"'in Dr. spending this week with :Mrs. Hart : NoticeCounty'' Budget ,
ident. speaking for the people of i Wharfon's words'to that. rgrand. old folks in Orlando. Next week they
I America said "All of them we Song continue to say.O will return here for a visit before
j honor not asking under which flag Dixi 's land is'the land of glory going to Lt. Harts new assignmentwith

stand they fought together then undergone, thankful flag that now"they ,The.land.pf cherished ong,& glory the Marines. .at r LaJune, -N C. County Financial Estimate For 1963-1964

Tip the land that patriots love to .. .
The unceasing march of time I dwell in, ;.,' I Luncheon guests of Mrs. Florence -

calls for the successive genera- The .land our fathers fought and Ryan and Mrs. Virgie Hyman SUMMARIZED STATEMENT OF ESTIMATES OF REVENUES AND 'ACC. NO. .... .'...... THIS YEAR
tions to perform their part en the fell in. ....:\: Sunday were :Mrs. E. E. Cone Mrs AND RECEIPTS AND ESTIMATED EXPENSES FOR THE FISCAL 267 County Free Library; Salaries Supplies f .
stage of life. We are now thereon: 'StlU'.Dixie's land-, the land of Robert Walker, :Mrs. Robert Garret -.YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER, 19U Utilities, all expenses ..................:..:......... 3636.48
Our Confederate fathers and all of Jacksonville and en- 1 Hamilton
i ,' The Board of County Commissioners of County
mothers have performed and gone. t''Of = rnka': and gallant sea route to Tallahassee for a seminar Florida will meet August 6, 1963 at 11:00 a.m. in the Board of County, I.TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .............................. 3343RESERVE .
How worthily and well the growth I men. o" 'Contemporary Ideas and Commissioners Room at the Courthouse for the purpose of hearing reandeomplaintsframthe : FOR,CONTENGENCXES .
and prosperity of our happy land The land where rules the Arlot Ideals"-this for interested Alumni rquest! : pvtotic regaTolng';ltt&'bUdgerTh'acWrdahce :: ? ,n.i ,Tf* ,. cr-,. ? V? -1w.t.ft.n. ...- p '

I, -- .,;and'' the security;! .,and contentment t -. SaiGOlt;' ..- -..- --'*": MrS:! MaudHaveher"also attended ;' 'with Section 129.03. 1961 F. S. I'I't TOTAL BUDGET ............................... 9S2-37
of c people"attest Our has this
turn meeting.
t'The land of Davis.Lee'and. JI t i, GENERAL FUND I .
Jackson:: ;. t Authority Purpose Maximum rAppropri- Taxes Necessary
I f Mr. and Mrs. Alin Erving and ESTIMATE OF REVENUES, AND RECEIPTS HAMILTON COUNTY
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stand
And 'Dixie's song will Millage ations :Necessary Millage Ii IiI I
I I together' :. 'three children of Buchanan Ga. Sec 193.32 Agriculture % J .50 CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE (COURTHOUSE) FUND
visited friends in Jasper Saturday. FOR YEAR ENDING
FISCAL. SEPTEMBER 1964
< 36th.
Chap- 23017 Co. Service t '
andrin weather ,
In sunshine stormy
JUST ARRIVED! Mr. Erving was at one time con- .. ACC. NO THIS YEAR
't i 1945 Acts '
and Officer 34 .50
Through lightnings_flash, (
nected with the bank here .
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j mountains 'sever;' |I i. i(Sec. 193.32 'General 8 800 BALANCES. TO BE.BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH 300.00

.Count on the, ..gallant*- *"'South. forever :Mrs. Arthur Bradley and Mrs. H.Sec.B.12S26 789 Fire LivestockVeterinarian Control' 2_. .2:00.:.. TOTAL..ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ...... 300.00
Jimmy Sullivan of Madison gave a |'1937 Acts Millage Levied Last Year 0.: Estimated this 0
2 year
bin We ccfffte back to our "Parlor" luncheon Thursday July 11 at the J 200Qiap. ;
days and parlor after all 59-1319 Chamber of O
j,, ways Ashley Oak Restaurant in Valdosta
I !the casual-often sloppy ways of. honoring Miss Sally Camp who t Comirterce 1 1.00. ESTIMATED EXPENSES CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE
(COURTHOUSE) FUND HAMILTON COUNTY ,
jI[I several years now? will be married early in August. "
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'. 151387.56 58,576.27 14JOO.I FDR FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30th, 196-1
I:, Parlor way; .pull us up ,to good There was a center arrangement of I' ACC N
Ting YEAR
manners. There isa.. quietness a variety of pink flowers on the
among elegant ..things hkei. there_ luncheon table. Covers were laid Sec. County SUPPLEMENT Free GENERAL. FUND : 190-Transfer..- '.to! General' Fund ........................... 300.00
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I
is gentle folk. for. i I
I quietness among* ., '. 4, .' Present beside the hostesses \ 15008. Library 1 ,'-3.982.37 292881..,-?.. ...T.l TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS: ........................:..... 300.00

I Np>> harm tQ work. on Sundays? were Mrs. John C. Camp, Misses (Total Consolidate funds 15 155, 69-93 61,505.08k .14.7'
1 : '" TOTAL BUDGET ........'..,...............................
what
1fiL1 \We are glib enough ,justify Ellen and Ann Camp, the bride Total additional millage authorized ...:.../:............... '; 3 "", 360.00
we do as "no harm"better than elect Miss Sally Camp MesdamesJoe { Maximum allowed, Sec 193.32 ........................::....'' ,'8.00: .
some things and necessity and Sapp, Ernest Chandler Leon I Maximum Millage Permitted for consolidated funds ''' ESTIMATE OF REVENUES' AND RECEIPTS HAMILTON COUNTY:

: etcBut Sandiin Evrette Browne Cecil 'I Chapter ,2687,1951, .................................. j" !.isqo..;. CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE (JAIL) FUND
.eFSTYLED are we really justified? We Kennedy, Kenneth Chandler Stanley FOR XEAR;
ENDING SEPTEMBER 1964
30th
do have a command you know. Adams Jr. Jerry Lewis, Jack ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS .. .
.. : I GENEItAII'FUNDI20R BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH ........ 5.50
Ito Vinson, Harvey Oehlert, Horace HAMILTON OOm'TY
The descendants of the Hans- r THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30/1964', '.
Lewis, Joel Wayne Smith, Nolin
I ,. TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ...... 5.50
ford Lee family and the Martin Acc. No. THIS YEAR
Jones
Wilkes, Charles LeFoy
make Millage Levied Last Year 0, Estimated this 0
you ; year, ;
Perry family of Hamilton County Hasser, J. R. Tuten. i I, 130 Taxes 14 miffs on assess valuation of $4,184,019.00..58,576.27X137Occupational
proud to own it! citizens when the county was j The hostess presented the bride-I I License ............;:................... 300.00 ESTIMATED EXPENSES CAPITAL OUTLAY RESERVE- JAIL""FUND

young met at the V. F. W. clubhouse to-be with a pyrex bowl in a silver I 138-Beverage License .................................... 300.00 HAMILTON COUNTY
FOR
Sunday\ July '21 for a Re- container. 114-Railroad & Telegraph ................................ 300,00 FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER' 30th., 1964
.- -- I 129-Other State License .r.20400, RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED

I 115--Racing Commission ................:.........-..:-;...... :.68,000.00 FORWARD ......,..:..".....;...................'...... 5.50
'
.il1
190-Transfer From Capital Outlay Reserve (Courthouse Fund) ', 300.00
135--Candidates' Filing Fees ........................:...... 2958.00 TOTAL BUooE:1'.4.. : :;.......................... 5.50
S e e .

BUILDING TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS; .......................... 13093427LESS ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS HAMILTON COUNTY

Convenient Locations 5% .'.........:....................._................, (6i546.7J ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
FOR
i-. .'t.. "i" FISCAL-YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 39th, 1964
I Ir 1. 903 N. Ashley St. .I[95% of ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .124,387.56: 130 ACC Taxes NO,,10:, THIS YEAR

II N DRIVE-IN SERVICE I[BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH ...... '27000.00 Mills on assessed valuation of J4.184.G19.G0 .. 4l.84 .19
E Tax and Motor Fuel (Bred of Adminis-katlen .. 35.800.00

I CH 2-2011 |TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ...... 151,387.56 113-Auto Transportation' Milage Tax (Brd Adm.) 160000
The PEMBERTON NE L IO j (Miflage Levied Last Year ,14: Estimated This Year 14) 113-2-Gas Tax 20% of 7th (Comptroller) &),,pp0.O0

Model K2735 I 2. 1049 Cypress St. I'I Ii 132-Motor Fuel Tax 20-7th (Comproller) ....,....u.... 5.00

Tin* Furniture Styling OMATERIAL CH 2-3760 .. I ESTIMATED EXPENSES GENERAL* :FUND HAMILTON. :COUNTY 115-Racing Commission. .. .............r......ah i..' 15:0000.
FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING" SEPTEMBER 30th, 1964'Ace. .
.,. "
:;' .r ""'I I I NO. THIS YEAR II TOTAL ESTIMATE: RECEIPTS ..........................
f'; VALUE...... !..: 211-1-Salaries County Commissioners .................... 7,500.00 I I LESS ,5% ......................,...................... .. 114,740.19 5,737.01
r',::'. ".': '! ,.t I'**'' QUALITY 211-2-Expense County Commissioners .......,,........... 375.00 ... .J.
:
: Your Best%249.95 212-Salary Clerk to Board: ..................::........... 6,900.00 I 93% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ........................
Console. TV Buy'" ...... PRICE 221-Fees Clerk Circuit Court .............:.............. 1,500.00 tBALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASi...... 199.008.18:
t ; 224Tax. Assessor Commission ........................... 6000.00 9,500.00
..' FREE SERVICE 224-2 Tax Assessor Field Expense ..h....:.:........... 5,000.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ... .
.:*l i. 4 t 225--Tax Collector Commission ........................... 6,629.73 ,? ?age-Levied Last Year 10; Estimated This ? U8,5 8.18

1214 Tax Assessor Clerk ....................::............. 1800.00 : 'Y. Year 10 .
( BUILTfor DELIVERY AT BOTH LOCATIONS 215-- Tax Collector Clerk .......:.......................... 1.200.00.ESTIMATED EXPE.VSES'ROAD & BRIDGE FUND HA3HLTO r:ov.
214-1 Maintenance of Courthouse; Includes Supplies"lights FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING. SEPTEMBER .
39th G1
world'sFinest j 9x9 Inch Vinyl AsbtstosKentile water, maintenance man, upkeep of )b'ldg 5000.00 ACC. NO ,

I Floor Tile _-. ,each lOc 241-2-Salary Janitor ........:............................ 2S32.00i ill-5upervisory Salaries: Superintendent. THIS YEAR

performance! I 36" Attic Fan, With Shutter-$70.10 241-3-:-Courthouse Grounds Upkeep caretaker .......... 5OO(w.) Guards Tractor & Truck,Drivers .....Mechanics..........,.....
*" Atlas Attic Stairway 16.95 i 261-Elections and Registration; Expense of.............. 5.50000 915-Free Labor ......: ................................ 40.09&00
216-.Supervisor of RegistrationSalary' ..........:....... 3,000-00 27--Care of Convicts.J ocd 700000
I. ; 15 Lb. Felt $ 1.95 ; :. Clothing, Medical Attn. etc. .. 2:000:00: :
?;. ', : 269-1-Administrative Supplies & Expense for Co. Com. .. 5,000.00 4V.1.Equipmen :- PrS Ii'
'HANDCRAFTED ,Key In Knob Locks' $ 3.95 Ii 2G9-2( -Exchange on Deposits .............................. 300,00 431-Materials-Road 4 Bridges Repairs, Culverts, 1\Iaintenanee[ Lun ........ 19,600.00
&
I .. ....,. chassis,. I 2..0x6-8.Mahog', Door ... '4.45 269-3-Miscellaneous :....,....!.:......................... 500.00 424-1-Ge nera1 StijpIJes- & incidentals ..'.......er.....ete......... '19'nn.oo 1
for*greater t Plastic Pipe -_.: : $ 3.35 262-Legal Advertising and Expense .,.,,,,................ 1,20000 400.00 424-2--ServJce u.:S.'.4i. 250:00:00

I .:i '. '. ;dependabilityNa ? i ((75Lb.Pressure) 100 Ff.4x8x14' -, J227 562-Insanity Inquest; Inquries Coroners.Fees......'*................................ 500.00542.Tuberoular 421-Building Lights, Fuel; Repafi,Etjw*operation, 'of building> phones,
K' ,. Priuttd Ci .jts/ Masonite Paneling _$ 5.75 Hospital; T, B. Patients ......u........... 3000.00 423-Gas and oil ...... 3,800.00
............... 8.000.00
PAY CASH & SAVE WITH 563-Relief, allowances; includes Co.. Indigent relief ; I, 451-Purchase of right of ways ............ 2JOO.oo)
Burial-expense..medical aid, etc.. 4.20000: 452-Expense of Procuring( 'right of. .
MANNING'SKADIO (VelioChemicals Inc. 565-Hospital 'Service for County Indigent ....,..r..........' 3,85Q.00. g1t,Pa. yment;of Cities &Towns 'h ways Road.Tax ...........: .2.890.00 1troo.00( [

; 226-General Sheriffs fees &: costiCourt: bailiffs Civil .Cost -4SOQ.O 422-Renal of Equipment ...:....:....:.....:...'........ ; 9,50400
SERVICE 219-Salary-Attorney to Co. Commissioners ...........'... 90006( .

\ VALDOSTA 541-Health Unit ...,............................!.......... 12167.00 i TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ............... .
; ..
................ 1,000.00671t "*"" '' 1-88.151.00
"Your Zenith Dealer" 8 1-Courthouse unty Service; Furniture Officer (&Salary Equipment&: Expense) .......... 2,092Utf) RESERVE" FOR CONTINGENCIES: ..............!:..!..... 11,3.19.18

-S-'.%..U1- JASPER_ ..,...... _- ''''-- ---- -- --- ----- 681-1-County Agent; Salary & Expense .................. 4,200.00 TOTAL. BUDGETESTTJIATE ........................,...............:... 118,5 1.18
681-2-County H5me Demonstration Agent; Salary &: Exp( 3,200.04:, ;.
< 681-3-Agriculture; includes salary Sect. to Co. agent( Sect r J 0 .

to Home Dem. Agent, -4-H.Chl1s:expense coloredCo. OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS HAMILTON COUNTY
YOUR MILK Agent, Jights, water rent Agri. scholarships &: 1 FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
Other Agricultural expenses ....... ................: 4,225-00 ,' FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 3% 1964 .
681-4-Co. Veterinarian (H. B. 789-1957) ............:%..-. ;. 7OOO.OO' *?- TIBS YEAR
tt A FULL DAY 682-1-Co. Forest Service ..........,...................... 939.00 130-Taxes 3:00 Mills on assessed valuation of J4.184.019.00
682-2-Fire Control ..."3k...............................:. -7Oo3.7S .1<<-1-Fjnes and. Forfeitures ..... 12JS2J6 22J999LflO
683-Recreation; Operation of Parks playgrounds ft 176!-Incdme County Judge Office ....... ... 2. .9O
DRIVE-IN STORES FRESHER Equipment ................:..........":;!!......' .. .. 550.00,115-Racing Commission .. .....'..."..'.'.'..". 5.50600i .
2n-Discharge Fees: Sec 95L0-IFS ...............A'..... 1SOJJO3U ,
Judges ................ 690.00, L ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ...... .
-Salaries: Secretary to Circuit 1- .................. 42,860.06r !
On U.S. 41 JASPER Sara Lashley, Mgr 217-2-Salaries; State Attomey .......................... 207.00 : 5% ......,.......................................lwr......" 2.148.10
.......... n4.00
1217-3-Salaries Assistant State Attorney ........ .
: NEW STOR'EHOURS-NOW! ... I J249--Rent, ; Health; Office ...................;.......*.... 240.0. 0,j.l 95 fr OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ................. ....,,.. ,40.664.96
( : ,270-Supplies and expenses for county pfficers (except .1. BAliANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH ........ 13,500.00I
I Board Co. Comm.) includes phones toIls for all --
7 Days ;Per Week officers except Road Superintendent .........:iVi;. 8.soo.oo I I I TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ..:... 56.HL96
: Open ,I 685-1-Chamber of Commerce or Publicity Chap. 59-1319 3,974.82 (Millage Levied Last Year 3-00, Estimated This Year 10)

: 685-3-Suwannee River Authority (Chap., (59-132p. .,.......;. _}t2S9.Wj; I V .: .. e 9
8:00 a.m. to 8:00: p.m.ILK' '|672-CSvil Defense ......................................!...r. : 1 ESTIMATED 1-.. EXPENSES FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND

:I'TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS_ ................................r 137h934 A.1 ( !; ,A-; *f .. HAMILTON COUNTYFOR :

: RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES ..:...................- 13ti48.22 THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 3fe. 1964
Gal Jug I I '. "& Add.'No. THIS YEAR

90 i TOTAL BUDGET' ........................................ 15L38756: 321-Fees & Costs, Clerk Circuit Court :................... L66049
I.318, .Salary of County Judge (Chap. &3.365) ....... ....... 7,566169
: HOgenized C :II'ESTIMATE OFREA'EN'UESAN RECEIPTS JofeWHA5HLTON 1 3181''es of Assistant &: Clerks (Chap. 63-365))...... 3,960:80

COUNTY SUPPLEMENT GENERAL FUND See. ,. t 1 l SSI*.-.Expenses other than Salaries (Chap. 63-335) .......... 1.28M8

:..1 FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEFT1y4iBER'30tft.THIS' 1 I 325-1-Fees awfCosf Sheriff ...................... ........ 15.M.99
BUY'YOUR MOJClN'CLXSS' : FoR NATURAL FLAVORS At7G A'0.130Taxes. YEAR 329--other Court; Cost ft Fees ...........?............... 3,2).89
.. 328 Jurors '& Witnesses
: .7 Mills on assessed valuation of 4484.019.00 2,928.81 .
ve 24e a Gallon! I 362-Feeding Prisoners'and Care of: .................... &.98 .ee
i '\' .. '. \ t I TOTAL ESTLMATZD: RECEIPTSyjFSg ,......-:!.................... < 2,928.81 361 -Doctor* Fcs: ; Lnqne: r"( j936.2J1 ........... ..:;... 3e8.e9
: .- : J5j5 .,. ......................... ;.r ..........,:.;''!t:(i, 1446.4*. wC-i, $iYattea f Juvenilt Court Jodg .ft Counselor .....j.. *19.96
-: .- ('tL 1." r -.t I ? ;. ... m.. '. Expenses.. Juvenile Court # ..._..............,....
REMEMBER\ .X j ., -.Jt'1": _? cr...*.. ,ht: : ..,'. .'." '. in)J=::
", .._" : i : OF ESTIMATED WECWPTS t.:* :iJ'.t t +""r4Iatancb !Ja1-\ s \. & ....; :.1.. I'
; tae,{, : BROUGHT.FOKWA&Dl CASH ..s..!... 1.200.00 371-Cotivic1ion: ; Fees ....................................... 98Q.O s.Tbi'AL'
Smwannee Valley Dairies! Drive-in Store; Now: Open AH- :I I TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND."o: ;..... ,3.982,37, ... '
: ied'L8st Year 1. Estimated Thi*Yeai-i7.Jo !. : v APPROPRIATIONS''..'.1...r.i., ::........ ............. .._.96
Day Sundays'and Seven days a week =8 aim. to 8 p 1n. :1 (Mfflage, % s s ; RESERVE FOlifONTINGEN..GlESi ,
...
: EXPENSES SCPPIXMENT: GEXERAi) FUND ...or."'J; 4; 9S1 CountyJNot; to exceed 10% 6iTotal? Budget .. J.T1JJCX3TOTAL .
,; SHOP FROM YOUR CAR I ESTIMATED S54-Judge. Not to Exe d 1QK of Total Budget ..... .
COUNTY *
HAMa-TON .1.11U1
:I See. 15.0S
ceroenr FEE uniUyY ,,' .-. .- .... .1 ., : ::
'!1-f. .""""' -. '. I FOR FISCAL* YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER: 38th 1964 BUDGETI .....................N.................. SG,1It.96





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Friday, July 26. 1963 THE.. JASPER 'N.EWS.jf JASPER. --- FLORIDA I .. PAGE THREE
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.- ', Continued( ,ftuM P a iijJ+- t.south. _--r.. I'''Mfflerx. ..*.. t present, 'TYtone." ,. .''.'.,'.- -:.: f ... ..-. 10BfJUAR; Capjure-Two InJasper : : "
received -
theguests
... I I ..Mrs. Jeptha Sandlin : "j I.\-
.. ,, ;" I Mr. and*Mrs. -Harold Shrader Patients of DrI.tErrimynxxJp.: .
them "
andFesented to Mrsc j ; "
!
I' .Carlton Carter, Mrs.. John C. Camp!!and :!lcft''Tuesday&'for& Maine son Sr..;ihe eye:"man,- Often' come \CTf'McGHIN."KOOLBECKicS. t Gas Stationi !I.L .

aer: ,'?nd"the// bride" elepi' : Miss I SiiyCainp"Who }where home. they Shrader'will make\ith.the'their new Air I|away chucking at 'some 'bit of JL'1.-I.c s.,: Nancy- McGhin Koolbeck j ,..... .' :. .' '* t- .- ; it' : \
/ ljJtJ for this occassion was Sgt.l homely philosophy or simple rem- ,, "
'
died, the morning jof"iJuly* 2-1.
iFprce' fc a :Jet mechanic, .'J11 yJ'have:1 I ; Rob&erg. Attempt. L! ; Arrivals
bolero. don't need
with
rJ .1:' 'wearing! pink eyelet :, = edy as "you new glasses after an illness of several mouths
a'11:. .::-.............,. __w.- ; ,. ,Her Corsage was educate 'yeHowYellowr ? > eri stationed in Massachuchetts /,',cOr*''a' dose'bfi'leet's'PliosfoSoda : 1 The funeral will be Friday July ,. .
:-and were Here for a'visif to u ,' Two ,Yoon thugs, piqked\ the:..
,
.mums graced the buffetitihe t 'I
the mother Mrs Vera RhodenI I t I ,26. at; 3; pun at the;Advent.Christian Mr. and Mrs. David Goolsby.announce
of the church'and Rev Mr. Sayer dining room. The serving. You don't mind waiting you'". Church in Jasper. Rev. Travis j I I wrong P.Jacehen they attempted
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Avriett had'' ''a robbpry ,at Taylor's Gas the arrival of a baby girl,
Canova a former pastor officiated. table with an ecru cloth held a 'can be in hearing .distance of his Carter officiating. Interment wffl'be bred,
large single chrysanthemum in a as guests this past week Mr. and office. ': '( in Evergreen cemetery. I Station in,Jasper; on Monday night. born July 12, 1963. The little baby

It is two weeks now since the circle of spiral shaped brass can- Mrs.* .,Donald Burnham and daughter -I[ This summer he-&id'Mrs. Thompson I Mrs. Koolbeck was born Oct. j,[[The following account was obtain,T:has been named Ella ShariT

Jasper ministers and their wives. dle sticks., ,On one of the tables was : Jo of Immokalee, who were went to Emory U. for his '20, 1879 in Hamilton County. Her I ed from the Sheriff's.effIee as ref

had their quarterly'party. Mr. and' the lunch" bowl with Camber color- I'returning from a trip to North examination' ?just to be sure" husband was the-late: ,.Charles Wes 'I constructed. *.\ !from. i -,t,1"their files.4 .., ..tJ( 'f. .
Mrs." Henley were'";hosts on thus ed pun h- rime little cakes and sandwiches ,!Georgiar and Smoke Mountains. He had a visit\\ith'his old Prof.tJrCalhoun'ihe leys 'KooTe+cic. She has. 4 daughters W. Elliott'Tinke'; white ma1 \.li;: BIRTHDAY REUNION.Sgt

occasion fora barbeque supper in also:.were yellow. Mrs.,r :A sp'rs.. Sarah Rutledge and famous"'eye" ,man of ; Mrs. R. L. Morgan of Brunswick and Jimmy.Delano' Hawk, 22, drove' and Mrs. Harold Schrades
*"
'Jerry Lewis and Miss :Ann Mrs& Johnny Dickerson and eon, the past:-generation. .
Camp
Mrs. Lillian Peeples garage. This ; Ga. Mrs. B. C. HaltzendorfSr. I late
I their into
car Jasper Monday and Jeff their
is ':served here. Little'Betty Camp,Johnny of Atlanta; and Mrs. Babs Dr. Thompson fishes on Wednesday son are visiting
always enjoyable affair altho of Starke Fla Mrs. Ethel'
? night andparked in the Jasper mother, Mrs. Vera Rhoden. Last
this time with farewellsto (passed the napkins. .Attgvyh ;and!sons of Hilliard .'
tempered I' Perry of W. Columbia Texas; Mrs. j Hotel lot. They looked artJtn1d. week they celebrated Mrs Rhodens
the Ed :Montgpmerys. On the Miss Ellen; Camp, one of the four: i/v" .. H. C Ledtye and one son Ernest "
r i I Willie the weather man went off then moved the car behind Mollies 'birthday with a family reunion picnic -
other hand there 'a cordial sisters, kept the guest book. Gifts McGhin of Dickson,
was Texas. I I search
Mrs. Ray Burnham of Immoka the air Wednesday"morning "How Restaurant and started a and fish fry held at Bfce
welcome to the Methodist pastor!were displayed in the den. ..I lee'Wbee visiting friends and will we know about these scattered There ,are 3 grand children: and for a car tag to steal. h They'took Springs. -
and. his. wife. j It was a lovely' party in a charming relatives': in .this area for the past'twO' showers!" Willie was the 6 great grand children.! DeWitt c.I'one from Johnny D. Mobley's carat Sgt. Schrader is wfch the Air
.' setting.. vi Jones, Starke is the Funeral home .
I weeks-. weather. ; the Flamingo(Restaurant where Force and is presently scat ened
Miss Sally Camp a bride to be I i Katherine Reid entertained the I II I 1 5 i I II *. ;e. Jin charge. 'Mrs. Mobley is a cook. at Dow A.F.B., Bangor, .Maine.
for an early, August wedding was Lydia Circle of her church at the 'I ,Mrs. Harlan Sutton and young!j I Master Dane Leslie recently re- Mrs. Koolbeck will lay in state at j They then waited around until i Mrs. Schrader will be remembered
the church from 2 until funeral'hour
guest of honor at a tea late Thurs July meeting on a Monday evening daughter Milinda spent Sunday turned to his home,in Jacksonvilleafter the late at night and went to.Fred as the former Bdris O'-
day afternoon July 18, at the home This is her regujar,time each year with the mother Mrs. Roy Buckles a two weeks visit with his The florists are requested to Taylor's .Station: where they -parfe,.,Quinn. .....
of Mrs Carlton Carter: 'on Road 41 j I And' because Katherine ,has,Theyhave four daughter The oldest grand parents Mr- and Mrs. W. T. bring* the flowers to the church by ed and used the toilet. After. this .
north. Twenty ladies o fthe First many roses' and' because she'likes I' ..Sony teaches in one of the Shiver inJenning. Mr. and iMrs. one o'clock.Those they drove up to the,gas Pumps ." -

Baptist Church were hostesses. !:!her circle:she took delight In the t|Elementary schools in Valdosta. Shiver stayed over a few days as where they had Mr.,1ayjJr.' fill.the.\ ,and made the thugs sit down''otv
They had_ chosen late summer an-angements-pink roses in an 1I Th fother'two lives in Atlanta. their daughter Linda and husbandare tank and check the; oi n.] Anothercar the floor while Mr. Taylor*- ill4d]
;
colors of yellow with brass for the''I antique pitcher hand painted was '" leaving Jacksonville on the going were Mrs. Graham drove \n\ *bout this time, and 'the City Police. Crawf$ dHpetty'
Black. Mrs. C E. Howe of Live
decorations. |i especially pretty. This she used Mr."and Mrs. Bob Ehlert return- 27th for Lansing Michigan where to stall they asked Fred: to check answered the call and after"Vres-
Oak Miss Marian Worley and Mrs
On a small table as you enteredwas ,with a lovely crochet lace table ed last week from a 3 week's vaca :Mr. Dansfay has been elected be Ponce D. Sandlin Sr. The the rear end. Fred, suspicious by.ting them, turned them over., .-theSheriffs
group this time told them J Ibis lift w snot
a tiny arrangement of yellow cover. tiontin Michigan.. the director of television stationW. .enjoyed visiting the beautiful new department. :
flowers while in the living room t The program was good. This! 5 J. T. M. in Lansing,, Methodist church in Douglass and working 'so .they asked for a They were charged with assault
I' lack which they'us to check the
where the guests were received group of serious minded young. Virginia Bell of White Springs is also pleasant for the Vickers sis- with attempt to kill and rob. Bond
there was a bowl of yellow pompons women do their work ernestly. "dofrig:- some research 'about ourj I Mrs. Edward Weil and sons ters was that their mother the late differential oil. asked was set as'$5,000 by Judge John H.
"Point
this
At ,Mr. Taylor
with- shower ribbons on a Fifteen were present that even-.Confederate veterans an dthe prospect Rusty and Bob from Ft. Stewart :Mrs. Drew L. Vickers taught her McCormick.
.
'" for his inner and one of the men
long coffee table before a window't Ing. ., .. ,; of obtaining markers for their(I i(Hinesville, Ga.) spent last week last school in Douglas. A highlighto reached fot his billfold while following It was found their car had been
framing the rolling hills on the Jeanie Carter and Martha h Sand graves through the U. D. C. In the here visiting her mother Mrs. fthe trip was seeing! George Sapp ) Mr. Taylor1 inside wherehe stolen from Bessemer, Alabama,
I mean time she is making us conscious Adina Simpson. Also visiting here marry Lou Ann Dickinson in the tin July 9; Hawks .wasi:wanted a$>
lin have been, at a, girls"Csjmp i of cemeteries and the rang vp $6.96 on the cash regis
our over the weekend were her daughter First Baptist Church therewaS a Parole violator in Alabama and
I Tova Wandah" near ltend rson- needfor ter. As Mr.Taylor turned his back
care of the I'
New AntennasWith same. and family from Tampa Mr. a beautiful wedding and reception.Lou has alio'admitted forging "ehetfa
ville for the past month c Mrs. Carter *"' Mr.Tommy Stee'e of Vero Beach I land' for a second the man stuck a bay-
Mrs. Paul Garris
and daughter Ann's aunt Mrs. Ethel Dick- in Florida-
and Mrs. Leon Sandlin left cleared of his father onet into his side and told Mr. Tay-
up the grave Paula. inison use to be a regular visitor to In Tal1ul .h. Alabama they had
Wednesday! morning to bring the lor to hand over the
money.
!
adjoining,the Bell ,
30ft Pole \girls home., .; i .* has D\cemetery.A R. line and I I the late Mrs. Addle Paulk Green I i I :Mr. Taylor] however with a pulled the same kind of job but
a '
'. Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Neil Zamet bring
and to
I Sandlin here. "Miss Addle so sudden disarmed the there they called a man
I movement
installed i Jo An 'Carter:lias just returned has't been) asked to join but she replied do daughters Midi Sue of Skokie, HL beloved brought sentiment there. man knocking. the knife out of them gas out in the country where
that she had work first to
'( visited I(,are visiting the Charles Levins. t they claimed to be out of gas. They
S from_ Miam i1t1;>>here she a for ,Confederate gravesShe .s Hawk's hand. While strugglingwith
$25.00 I Tri Delta sorority sister Susan Sut- tells,Jhe me,tth'ere. is a marker available I[ Bertha Register up in HighlandsN. Mr. Taylor Hawk called to took the gas, then robbed the man
cliff. that can. be placed beside a I Forming a congenial party going C. found an excuse to get hus- his partner who had, stayed out- took 5 him into the woods and left
Bass T. V. Shop I ;. : i.: I[on a visit to South Georgia the past band Lennard Register back up side..' ',Mr. Taylor :also called for him without clothing The F.B.I.for
Mrs. Eugene Williams returned no Sunday, was Mrs. Raeburn C. there for a visit her excuse the help to.another car that was at the will press Federal Charges
Phone Saturday'from"Dallas Texas where Home of Madison who had invited plumbing went bad. What fun they gas pump and.,the .man rushed up transporting stolen prcperty; across
she went e'spVelally 'to see the I Jasper friends to, accompany her. must have had doing repairs. with a .410 shotgun in his hand state lines.JIMJtAfUtAAAAAJWWVWWW.

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An .opportunist,.is ,0 person who 'A I. things come 'round to I
knows that he''Cc',get the most him'who will but waitLongfellow.' ." I
f;>r his building materials 1 dollar ': -- .

: iiiii; ::; here. Drop by and we'd shew you In a large measure this saying Ai
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t \.' .. i life 'in terms of good and bad, QUALITY COMES R-J J
sour and sweet, seems to follow -
i, 4ff95 I"I USEDTVONLY J a cyclical pattern Periodsof .. .
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fallowed "
ill fortune ,are bypcMcis : +.. .-:/ -vix- t. t '" _"
ot generally' Qg : 'LADIESFamous I I. .
'A $SOUSED fortune and over a given span I GIRLS ,. UBBARD"Drlss -

: i .of time things tend to balance Name Brand rSportswear. j IY*
r"i out with fair equality.
This isn't to say that any Swim SuitsReduced Pants ,
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good or any desire is to be realized S
Refrigerator ; through the simple expedient -
.., I of waiting. However ina 4- I**
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general sense, many
.., .. ONLY<<: '$75 .logical, and ":sensible aims can 'Wrap Skirts Pleated Skirts $1.10 off Regular", ., uI .Fab es. Easy to care for and
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fee expected 'to roll past in re- Price *
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SEE THEM. view in the normal course of Culottes Jamaicas Blouses easy
"Remember the clubhouse I built events.It Regular $5.98 and 7.98

en the vacant lot next door- ?" BEFORE YOU BUY! can be expected, too, that I Reg, 3.98 Reg. 4.98 Re&" .9.98. BOYS : VtfOW

every consideration Is given to I NowNow Now 2 for $10.00
J lightening the laundry burden j j BETTER '" < $
for> 'you ladles at JASPERLAUNDRY .
& CLEANERS. I SLEEVE Regular 8.98 and 9.98 '
SHORT
When washday rolls around I 2.88 3.88. 4.88
U/CDFRS' L CTRICAL *PLUMBING'PLI S'* tiy the self-service facilities at Shirts .NOJjy 2 for $15.00
Sport
JASPER LAUNDRY & CLEAN. ,I ,. "
LUS, and see how economical '
be. t Our Better Quality
they can .
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I LADIES Shirts in Solids

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r Tobacco; .FarmersSELL SummerDresses Plaids Now Regular$1.98$2.98 ,, oul3rjress Shirts


Short Sleeves, in Broadcloth or ox-

YOUR TOBACCO; : :, .. : :;: .4SpeCial Group 3 ifolti llainjjcollar? Button-Down or

Snaptab Great Savings.
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'WITH MEN WHO KNOW TOBACCO ', : This season's- Our M Regular 5 .Vo

.Better summer Boys. Shirts 2.99 ca or .
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Dresses being -- "- .
The Big Top TobaccoWAREHOUSES' drastically are reduo.. 4 for $5.00 ','- ; 3 for 8.00 -, :'

edmake! Come in selection and : \ j TU'1 .. .

your .
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while we still ? GIRLS i (' f ) i MEN'SBermuda !1.t

Have them. SHORT SETS ,1Great ( Shorts JiFor t

UP TO 9.98
of Jasper Fla. Invite to sell tobacco with L Those Casual Tunes J
you your
2 for $10.00 For Summer Play] f&-t | : .

the REYNOLDS' for the Highest Possible Price the Beach or in the backAround The House or on Va- 't|

UP TO 14.95 r forfablies. .cation. Plaids or Solid Colors :.
yard. Easy to care ,
and the Best of Service. 2 for $1.5.00 y"z
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.1.88
Regular 2.98 _... I.

OUR TOP PRICE LAST- YEAR WAS 69.00 if' ,:
'. 2 for 3.00 Regular 3.98 .-.2.88

No Booking(; First Come First ServedI LADIES .7'11. '

Where Business is Appreciated S FAMOUS NAME" "' :" '

your -_ .. : v This is only a sample of the
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,, FIRST SALE OPENING DAY 9 aan. JULY 25, Swim: SuitsAll S MENS. *.''*.; at Great Eagle Savings Come offered in: and to take you

i .Plenty of Room for Your TOBACCO and i .t advantage of them during
first fashion, going at unbe1ievSVIl1 SUITS -
The Summer Clearance at

A SALE EVERY DAY able Low Price. Better Get'em while ;. ..

they l IaL .. S 5 ,. Boxer Long. Legs or stretch .. ,

TOP PRICE IN BELT LAST YEAR WAS $69.00end .i i i .- Suits.. Hit "the water in : .


THE.BIG TOP HAD THE $69.OO TOP PRICE ". 'r t .... ... Fashion': f ..

0Regwar/ "' V Vv' J :
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1ir3 .' $1.10 e i arL 4'L": ,.
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...::AGE FOUR H : THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER.( FLOJUPA: 1 Friday July 26 1963

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EXPLAINS TRANSPORTATIQN -. -- -sl1;t }not occur. number shall be 92 or betLet; Sealed bids will be
t FOR -- : .....t'.. 1. '6'vUEI.OIL :? .July 19. 26 I6 1, 19ft at ia:04.jn. opened. August
I ;r- Puuiiu AnnouncementsTN" \ Fuel oil provided shall be* limited" -- j'I Th* Board of Cott.*r Commlss
i -COUNTYWIDE HIGH SCHOOL to Grade by 1 and she Grade manufacturer 2 an! 'recommended REQITRHV FOR AiD all reserves Was. the _**ft'! ...*:* reject

--- .the heating system aDd shall meet GAS FOR COOKIXG AXD H:::ATiXO I rlOii6 ttt Consul I ....Ioners
the requirements of The AmerlJ r ED I"i ....... Count a
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COUNTY JtfTXSE-S mental jspecificatlon! attached HAMILTON COUNTY
SCHOOLS
I J can Society of Testing ratf'.rfalsASTM TlMlnui L wto. Ctetfc
COURT HAMILTON such gasoline must 'be_ pickedUp ). Designation D396-4ST. Notice Is hereby given that the By
Jaly TC 2. 193
I .You and Your School COTNTT FLORIDA by the seller a. directed by with a minimum sulphur content Board of Public Instruction o.* Ham .Aug.
J __I . I ISince i n REt ESTATE OF the County Board of Public Instructioir I not exceeding .&t%, for Grade 1 and ilton County Florida will .eeeive I
XROM -VACGHHV, Deceased and full credit given. 18fZ. for Grade 2. Delivery shall bid nnt'J t6f'n.'O'"k "- .. OB NOTICE OF NAMES OF PBR8ONS
!: I by M L. Powell I II NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Failure to meet the above provisions be at location below as needed Tuesday: ..",irt < .1,ct. for fernfeh- :;, APPEAH1XO TO BE OWNERS
All Creditors and All Persons shall be deemed sufficient i in the approximate amounts Ing gas as follows. -. i I ABANDONED PROPERTY
I the discussion centering 7-9. and 10-12 respectively. Having Claims or Demands Against by the Board to cancel any Jasper High School. Jasper Florida FOR HEATJXGJasoer ; Pursuant to Section II..f Chapter
; IJasper(I, Said Estate contract or agreement entered approximate requirements 8,000 O.--m. .Tas p-. Florida I 717. Florida Statute entitled "Flor
around the desirability of school 1-6 7-9 10-12 Tot You and each of yop. are hereby into under the provisions of this gallons more or less tank capacity Jasper High School Band Room. Jasper I I Ida Disposition of Unclaimed Pro
consolidation for our county has mans i ir I 94 35 34 163 notified and required to prevent any hid. ,3.000 gallon, tank owned by School Florida. perty Act" notice tm hereby given
., claims and demands which you ,or 2. MOTOR OH Board. J. R. E Lee High School Gymnasium : that all the persona listed below ap
r I come to the forefront, much has Non-trans. 220 112 93 415 eitherof yomay have against the The following requirements shall Jasper Florida. pear to be the owners of unclaimed
: ill :'Total 314 147 127 578 estate of Troy M. Vaughn a widower be met: j Jasper Elementary School. Jasper .Jennings 'iTmnasium.: .Jennings, personal or intangible property pre
been said about tie possible deceased late of Hamilton Conn- A.. Delivery shallbe, made in drums Florida approximaterequire- I Florida. U Whit Springs Florida
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effects that would come to some I Jennings t a ty. Florida to the Honorable John and quart cans Jn the viscosity I ments 8.000 gallons!, more or less. White SnHn- rnmaslnm. White BEATRICE B. HINES
j to ride and :Trans 10254 55 2U McCormick. County Judge of iramIton numbers and in quantify specified I I tank capacity: S.OOO gallon .tank !I Spring. Florida DINAH B. BEN E BEST AUNT
if children by having; County Florida and file the by the School Board. I owned by School Board. White Springs Ag Shop,. White Whit Spring Florida
.mount their bus Non trans. SO 20 19 89 same In his office" In the county R The company submitting the bid J .. K. E. Lee High School. Jasper Spr'nga. Florida. ,Information concerning the amount
so early, ride Total 152 74. 74 300 Courthouse in Hamilton County must provide proof that the oil 18.000 I.i approximate requirements Jasper Elementary School. Jasper. 1 for description of the Property end
,i | 1 gallon more or less.! Two .
; Florida" within six calendar months so furnished will meet the pre Florida the name and address of the holder
<( such Jong dis-i White Springs: from the date of the first publication" scribed specifications below in 'tanks of 1.000 gallon each owned FOR LUNCH P.OOM COOKING may be obtained by
any persons -
: "' .tances, stay in jTrans. 35"i9 12 66 hereof. Said claims or demands to one or -both of thefollowing by School Board; other tanks needed J. R. E. Lee High School. .Jasper an interest in the property possessing by
.- ( 'Nox. Trans. 63 28 13 104 contain the legal address of the forms: (1) furnish the qualification I Ito be furnished by successful bidder. Florida I addressing an inquiry to Ray E.
,; '. 41r 'school such long claimant and to be sworn to and number; (2) provide an Jennings High School .Jennings!! IJennlDgs High School .Jennings. FIe Green State Comptroller as Admin
if' hours and be so Total 9S 47 25 170 present as aforesaid, or same will be affidavit that the oil to be furnish Florida, approximate requirements I(. School Jennings Fla ,Itrator. Abandoned Property Division
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r late, in returning Looking at this statistical information : tarred. '<1 does meet the prescribed 6,000 gallons, more or less. Two I.Car>.r IHi h School, White Springs Capitol. Tallahassee Florida. Be
{ i First publication. July 12, 1963 spciflcations. :Stank* of 5(0 gallons each and one Florida. ,I sure to mention account number
L home in the after percentage wise we see C. A. AvrlettAs C. Performance specifications |tank: of 100 gallons owned by School I The successful bidder will be re- name and address as published in
f noon We feel ;these facts as related to transportation Curator of the Estate of (1) Motor oil or oils on which bids. ( Board, other tanks needed tq be fur I oulred to furnish storage tanks I I this notice. Unlens proof of ownership -
widower shall meet Federal flushed by successful bidder. where needed.
Troy }O[ Vaughn .a are submitted I presented to the holder
: t (that these assum ; about 70% of Jennings stu- MIL-L- Jerry Jackson School Jennings II by
deceased' Specifications Deli\erv shall be made to each storage I September 28. 19 3. the property will
n 1 tions have been dents are already being transported July 12. 19. 26. Aug 2 2104A and API requirementsfor I Florida .approximate requirements tank within the hour of S:" (be delivered to the AdjNfalstrator
I oil. and .000 gallons, more or less stor- to a:00 each unlessby
Supplement generally : a.m. p.m. on day Thereafter, all further claims must
enunciated
I made and while only about 40% of. suitable for use in internal age tank needed to be furnished by prior arrangement With a representative I be directed to the Administrator
I without any factual information White( Springs and only 3U- of the BID FOR PETROLEUM PRODCCTS ... combustion engines(successful bidder. of the County Superintendent ,I Ray E. Oren
whatsover. We do know that students in Jasper are transported.Now i The Hamilton County Board of operating under* unfavorable i White Springs High School White I I As Administrator
Instruction. Office of the severe of service con- tickets for '
Public or types. Springs Florida .approximate requirements Delivery presented pay
,I consolidation would require a close by taking a map of Hamilton County Superintendent. .Jasper FlorIda ditions. 8,000 gallons, more or;.merit must carry the signature. of the :I
co-ordination of the schedules of all County and transcribing thereonthe .request that you bid on petroleum (2) The oil must have a minimum I I 1esa? .Tank capacity 3,000 gallons('( authorized agent of the Board at 1!1 IN: CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
i. products for use in theopera- viscosity index of 100 without j owned by School Board. I II IOarver e i-hechool.eenter or tank location. '! JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. HAMILTON -
i the school in the county. We also route of'each school bus in the vechicles. school thebenefit ofvviscoefjy I
ion of public-owned or necessity I f High School White Springs |I Bid shall be sealed and marked t COU"TYzLOftIDA
tll know that the other: schools in the county you can find many opportunities buses and school plants subjects to index improver addi approximate requirement "Bldlfor Gal for Cooping and Heatinir. I IN rHANCBfhEro
terms and conditions as outlined below. tives.S I IFlorlda. ." The hid shall b* A. firm bid for ., ESI: A TOLRS '
I .county would have to be insession of improving the transportation ( ) The oil must be single graded f.OOO gallons more or less.., Tank I the 1961,64 school term. Plaintiff
central high school through consolidationA lli conformance with a ruling of oil as 20W SOW or 40W rather fcanacitv 1.000. gallons owned by The Board reserves the right to reJect Vs.iROOSRVELT.
:I i longer than the program the Attorney General. State'of Flori- than the ruultl-vi ..oSUY types j I School Board. any or all bids. TOLES
and that possibly some students casual glance at a Hamilton da .all prices shall be firm for the a. 3W-20 as classified by SAE [,7., Ke-rosene shall meet the 'standards I Board of Public Instruction I I Defendanti
t shoW period. (4) The motor oil shall be of the nt the State of Florida. Hamilton County FloridaBy T1IK .
would have to ride a school bus County map will anyone that duration of the contract f Deliver shall be made to each i i X."II'X BV TI1K .Ut.I
Bids shall be sealed and marked following American Petroleum Harrv T. Reid. SuperintendentJuly THOIUTY OK Tin STATE OF"JFLOKn
longer than they now do. However almost all the students who now "Bid on Petroleum Products' and Institute service classificationsa fuel storage tank within the hours 19, 26TV I ).\:
f in order get a true and correct ride to Jennings on a school bus delivered or mailed so as to reach ( ) "Service MS" as defined ;t'of 8:00 a.m. to 3-00: p.m. on each I TO: ROOSEVELT TOLES, Whose
go said office by 10 o'clock a-m. on the by 1961 (or subsequent) {day unless.. by prior arrangement 1 t(residence and addreee is Unknown.
THE OmrVTT COURT.
of the transportation live somewhere between Jenningsand (with a .. representative the County I I
I edition of SAE handbook
l perspective 6th day of Aupust. 1962. '. "HIRO JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,jA sworn bill of complaint having
i problem ,we should take a good Jasper'-very few live beyond Applicable Federal excise taxes (5) The containers in which the Superintendent. IV: AND, FOR HAMILTON,, I been filed in this Court against you
north. the same shall not be included. Tax exemption oil is delivered shall be plainly I Delivery tickets presented for pay- ;t (-o'VTT. FLORIDA. ( the relief therein sought being divorce
of the trans- and to the By *
t look and examination certificates will be furnished In lieu marked showing the API service nv n "iur nrrthe signature of ,i Chancery' Progress Docket and other relief you are re-
picture as it existed at token most of the bus students who of taxes as the products. purchased' classification. the authorized agent of the Board at'i m Bonk 4. Page 412 .Qrbefore i answer said complaint on
: portation to White Springs ilve somewhere under terms of this bid are to.be 3. GEAR LUBRICANTS: I each school center or tank location. HELEVttSWISIIF.n.' August 16th. 1968 furnish-
1 the close 0 fthe 1962-63 school term. go used exclusively for public school Gear lubricants on which bids are All bids shall clearly set forth the I I ',1. Plaintiff' Ing to C. A. Avriett Jasper Florida
analysis we are giving between White Springs and Jasper submitted shall meet requirementsfor detailed trade name of the produc ; VS. Plaintiff's Attorney, a copy thereof.,
For thorough and -very few to the east or south except purposes.Quantity purchased shall be limit- low.speed high torque service. that will be furnished and unit ... R. MIL.I.KR A FLORRIE'iI1.i.F.R I else decree. pro confe-.o will be entered .
you the transported: non- ed requirements during the period A. For transmission lubrication [prices. It I* suggested that bidders fc SADIE COX WILLIS it CHARLES against you.
'i transported students at the close of a few who come from another: September 1. 1963 to June. 1. 1964. (1) Multipurpose! gear lubricant use the reference number as In the 'I I' WILL.IS! I Witness my hand and the official
i of the t county. In many instances it will 1. GASOLINE,, SAE 141'1 meeting requlrem..ntsL2 bid request!! for listing.bids on each Defendants (seal of this Court at Jasper Florida
; the school year for each A. Approximately thir t., -five thou Military Specification MILr I product in the tabulation. Should .NOTICE I this' 17th day of July A. D. 1963.
: white schools broken down by organizational loot be necessary for students to sand gallons of gasoline. meeting .there be a need professional ass Is. i I ('RFsll nitrOLECLO:: J JI I SEAL) THELMA LEWIS
levels of grades 1-6, ride all the way in to either Jenn- specifications on the attached B. For differential! lubrication tnnoe ""'UI.be sought in determining i I I Notice i* hereby given that par \ Clerk of Circuit Court
school be sheet and made a part of this bid Multi-purpose gear lubricant meeting the lowest and best bid. The right is suant to a Final Decree of Foreclosure Bj Alice Jones
White
--'- ---. .- ings or the Springs request as provided by the StateOil requirements of Military Specification reserved to reject any and all bids. dated .July 9, 1963. and enteredI C. A. Avrlett,
I fore coming to the central high Laboratory. Department of ag- MILL2105. Baird of Public Instruction I I Iin the above styled and numberd Jasper. FloridaIN
school. Bus routes can be rearranged ricuture Tallahassee. Florida.B. f. CHASSIS LUBRICANTS by Harry T. Reid, Snpt. j case' I will sell to the highest and
Gasoline to be furnished! and delivered Chasis grease on which a bid is SPECIFICATIONS FOR GAPOT.Tvi |I(( best bidder for cash at the main COURT OF TUB COUNTY
Pianos Organs to eleminate this situation. Of by the bidder to meet the submitted must be multi-purpo ; AtVIOMO'IlVK. REGULAR GRADE from door of the Hamilton County JUDGE HAMILTON COUNTY
f course this could not apply to every dally service requirements location.U and abrasives of kind and hydrocarbon fuel free from .
vechicles t each any 11:00 o'clock a.m.. on July 29, 1963 IV KK Tilt T.\TG ORCAVLBY
pupil but it could to many.In ) The successful bidder must of a premium quality. waterproof. water and suspended mater and ,: the following described property in CtRL.
f COLONIAL furnish' tanks and N. L. G. I. No.. 2 consistency having suitable for use its" fuel In Internal Hamilton County* 'Florida a8 set BOLLARDDeceased
order to bring the transportation the designated school Centers an affinity for metal surfaces combustion engine.. forth in said Final Decree to-wit: Itt PROBATE
HOUSE OF MUSIC picture into clearer focus, and garages. Tanks installed and for shot 'weather application !J2. Corrosion Test Method ASTM A strip of lard 5..1 fet In width TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
; should also take a look at the must be of the size and eqoipp and melting point of 275 degreesF. D1SO-50T. A clean copper strip shall j I off the North side of Block A,., Notice fait hereby "given that Bon.
we be minimum. Descriptive literature I not show more than extremely .
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ed with pumpsdirected as may i ; according to Hancock Corbet nie B. Hillhouse Administratrix filed
I NEW. USED, ANDREMANUFACTURED present schedtoe of the three by the Board of Pub- must furnished: with this pro- light discoloration when submerged I! Subdivision in the City of Jasper her final report as Administratrix of
: schools. the last term of lic Instruction and maintainedin duct. Delivery' shall be made in 25 in thegasoline for 3 Florid. the estate. of CAULEY CARD BUL-
+ During; serviceable the It>>: palls or 100 lb drums as re- hour at 122 degres F. ,Dated this July 13th 1963 LARD. deceased; that file filed her
r ', PIANOS .. school both White!'Springs and.-Jennings .successful bidder during the: quired. i.3, Distilling 'Range-Method ASTM (Circuit. Court Seal) I petition for thaI dU HarKe and that
began school in the morning life of the contract. The tank*! 5. WHEEL, BEARING LUBRICANTSWheel J ... When the therrooter by Alice Jones.' D. C. she will apply to the Honorable'
f No Down Payment. Up to'. to be Installed at: School Bus bearing lubricants shall be | read 75 degrees C. (151 decreedF. '' Circuit CourtTHELMA J"hn H M'. D'rmiok. Covatr Judge
3 o 'pay vv "8:05 while Jasper took in at 8:30 Garage. Jasper. Florida, .Jennings a.smooth-textured type grease composed ) not less than 10Of, shall be LEWIS!" Clerk of of Hamilton Count,. Florida on the
'\ years Now here |'s 25 minutes that I can High School. Jennings. only of soaps and oils free I Ievaporated. said Circuit Court 21st day of August. 1963 for approval -
) I Call Collect and our display -/ Florida. White Springs High I from fillers and abrasives of any I IVbea the therometer reads 140 July 1* 26 of same and for final dischargeas
be taken away from this exceed- Florida kind and shall be noncorrosiveto Administratrix of the estate of
it to' Fehool; White Springs. degrees C. <264 F.) not less than i il I II ,
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i I truck will bring' Lyour ingly long school day that we have I bearing parts in service or store .... than SOrf. shall be evaporated '' CAULKY CARL BULLARD deceased
f front door. C. Calibrated Inventory sticks for I age. The consistency shall be N. I. | When thetherometer reads 200 OTI"RXOTJd on this 19th day of July: 19(3.
heard much 'about. In addition N hereby
so furnished I G. I. No. 2. A. S. T. M. Penetration given that the Bonnie B. HillhouseAdminietratrix
each size tank must be 1 :90 percent sh II be.A >or,ite 1.
; 1108 N. Patterson : to this we .could still cut five when required by the successful i 265.295 at 77 degrees F. compounded The residue hill not exceed 2r/ Board of County Commissioners f>f |I I of the estate of
from high grade soda or lithium .-if.( Hamilton County Florida will re.elve CAULBY CARL BULLARD
Sulphur ASTM D90-34
(Modified)
[ from each of the bidder. .
minutes present sealed bids for (1) 12000R.
: Valdosta..... Ph. 244-2934 II D. Delivery shall b.. -made to each soap, i6Z. to 20r%, soap con Sulphur shall not exceed" 023nr. one Deceased.
j 6 periods of the Jasper High School! storage tank within the hours of tent. __ Is. V"pnrrr."ure :Method ASTM T. U. per hour and one (1) %1.001n. July 26 Aug 2 9 16
T. U. hour Air
i schedule and still remain within 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 l'-m. on each Refined >mineral oils U. S. 75.100 D32352.: The vapor pressure at 37.S Units to be per Installed Conditioning
in the Clerk
I arrangement Sec. at'210 degrees F and C de- ol
school dAY unless by prior degrees. (100 degrees F.) shall
Circuit Court's oftk"Rid bids to he Newspaper Advertising Is time
cold a
with a representative gres test. Moisture contentnot not xceed Itpounds per square inch
.__ over 1,1., cZ. .*. *ll n.> fc. filed In the office of the Clerk of the tested and
.1<< of the' County Superintendent. -Qctafiie Number .(Res* rcJi'> Circuit Court before August proven a Lto good
tickets presented for pay Oil separation: In storage or service 31. octane on or -- "* 6.
t E. Delivery .. th... Rhrnaturet 1963 at 10:00 a.m. -" i bnstnesa.. The,JsprrJftam. hM It.
e n t muse ca ry .
mof t the .th ri.agentof the -
Board at each school center or

t HOW: COOL ture tank will location.be requested to make '

.- F. The tests!! State of Department gasoline should of g here When- climbing counts tarn olines! It's the South's most popular family of

: be any question at to the qualityof t" gasolines-Crown Extra, Crown Economy Crown
WILLYOU BE'1::
furnished under .
the gasoline ST AND RDSTANeach famous for long-running .
a purchase contract entered Into mileage, dependable .f. ,
under, terms of this bid. Should : performance, top power at its pri e. 11 -
WHEN YOU GET HOME? that quality -
'iti be determined any Is engine.talking back-with jX
z of gasoline purchased does your wasteful Whatever your car needs, there's+ a Standard

/ not meet specifications of the knock, needless'stop-and-stall? Make it pur-r-r gasoline that's just ri g ht.So stop at the Stand
Sun been hammering downon state of Florida .and the supple-
you hammering? Hot with power 1 Fill tip with the fuels'custom-made ard sign, where we take better care of. your car.

..' i r job are nicer if you can i for go-go-go Dixie driving-today's 1ardgas. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

: think about going home to the framework of accreditation re-
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I cool cool, air conditioned quirements. It seems to be quite
d
: comfort. Investigate apparent that an this agitation ai a .

1', electric air conditioning about the ill effects of transportation -

I today. It costs less than you that would come as a result of

think and you can spend consolidation boils down to be

the rest of the summers nothing but a myth and a tumor

cool as a cucumber. without foundation.

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SIX THE JASPER NEWS. JASPER. FLORIDA I "" Friday, July. 26, 1963-

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in that heavenly.abode.t.And Jnany i .. ; I
.. ; f'nli: Evils: Religious s Division"i ; times that individual made no,pre-- -- J l Je; 'l r r\11f1.

VdIkL tense,to fey Chri ;)h.-.a..the: : :j ..;& ,
: We wish.t Interrupt the series of message of tale sayior.Jesus<3arist: New Testament, plan,?f.rjeyealed." J I ,:;:.. eubus1eJ Every Frida, ;, .
.. articles concerning.the testimonyof Consequently roe find America fo---"Christ said those trio do the "
'only '
r Second: Cass -Postage -Paid at J # f)o> s :
. a-< & -, .( God that $er> ; Jeftew that be day strong:with the GodlesS theory will of the father who-.is in heaven ) )
0 'O'"'- 4' .." saved to. set: -fort}*, art article of M ,X3omnnmlshv. and choked/fto1'wuIl.be saved. Matt? L Heb..5 &5- /Subscription- ?, Suictly; in Advance -'I-ol; ;

.. '- -,- ... ':interest to aH who'may be concerned death/by then tradition of toenf surd'Preachers. ought -.proclaim -theV'religion >3.00 in, Hamilton County,- 4.00 Out oMffiGonnCards
tLa4 ,( o r'thQ.pitiful-stat: Of-division thersplendbr/and Txjmp which which Christ' btought, into .. : ;
" -"- HARRIS J I of Thanks . ; : ; $1 1.00 Minimum '. .
__ rtI (religiously thatexisfr fn:the' world companies':those'who'niake'a'display ; the world for more reasons than'none j '
Telephone! 2-6331
p'U" JAny-who desirc'to please God must of seeming pious lives. Christ there is a curse pronounced I I SYcamore
certainly be .concerned over the{would say verily I say unto you upon any who would pervert the Mr. and Nfrs, Robert Ehlert. Editors and PublishersCARD
I:. same things which our Lord was, they have their reward. gospel of Christ .also soft easy 1 -----
and is and his prayer in John 17 preaching which does not condemn OF THANKSI
The church in the days of the
''was that we may all be one as he Apostles existed for the purpose of sin and tell one what to do to re- I wish to thank you all for the I State Road Dept ,
and the father are oneThe teachings move'it through Christ will: :"save.no kindness shown, to my wife while
the gospel, making Christians '
spreading Jiide' 'I'iUr4:2)-1 she in the Madison County Tells Status of
of the Bible and therefore the (Acts U:26J (Acts 26:28)"one. ( 3) ((2 (Romans was
For the cards and flow
teachings of the Church of Christ building character by teaching 1t16)Today I Hospital. Road WorkThe
Y I thank and God County
ers. you may
that there is only one divine institution 'what Christ taught .and careingfor people "join'r the church I Bless

a .or church planned and built needy saints. Churches today: of their choice and many times: this i you. Walter Meeks Jasper News"\ has a copy ofa
; ; by Christ thrpugh which all may have become amusement halls is for social or political purposes | I letter sent to the Board of County -
be saved ,has long irked the reli- which no longer beleive in the or maybe business reasons. Where I Commissioners explaining the
gious world however they have"power of the*,gospel to draw disciples is the phrase join the church found!)back[ to the Bible and embrace status of Secondary Roads work in
also been forced when pressed on and convert sinners to Christ in the Bible? It cannot be found, I the truths which Christ taught than Hamilton County. It reads:
rs) the issue to admit that the bible r rather hamburgers and soft drinks rather the Lord knowing who had I I now. This is the day of opportunity "This will acknowledge your letter -
speaks of only one kingdom or sys have replaced the gospel as the obeyed from the heart that form of :!!while our freedom of religion last of July 5. and we are listing
tern of government to be established I'drawing power and the holding doctrine Romans 6tl7 adds the say :{so far as the government is concerned below the status of the Secondary
whereby all may be reconciledto power. A friend of mine recently ed to the New Testament Church, i But never was the religious Road Program in Hamilton County
God.: said if we draw with a hamburger -his church, Acts 2:47 Col 1:13-14- world( : more blind'to that'opportunity (1) Streets in White Springs. Sur-

2 For any congregation of religous I it will take a steak .to keep But many generations have passed I That they are at the present I vey 100% complete plans 95%
people to lay claim to being one of them" and I wholeheartedly agree and people have ceased to proclaim :time. complete and right of Way 95%
the local churches of the universal I that in the light of all that is righteous that which the lqXStlesdid: !I Weplead with all concerned in complete. '

New Testament church they must this is $ fact. Preachers are they have preached that which is!'dividuaJs to seriously consider 'I (2) Streets in Jasper. Survey 100%
be the same in name organization side stepping Jhe issues that confront not true and Jed many to think there things in the' light of God's complete plans 95%" ,complete and
; .. ,.JJ1. Ki.i : ..4A'f': doctrine and practice as the them fulling their listeners taught in God's 'word. The' failureof R{word. If they be true and properI right of way map 95% complete.
4j ; !I4'w fake of security by that invented gospel to convertto and act if be false and running
,; .. : ; church was in the first century Into a sense I I accept they (3) Secondary Project
i ..,.:"' ., '1 '. L' when they were spirit guided into watering down the gospel. We are reform lives and to save has i improper correct our error and we I from State Road 25 to-SR 143 has

.. '" .: '. ..... T\\.' .t" ,all truth John 16:13. not to be .the,:judge of where an been falsely charged to the pure will I be eternally grateful our only not been surveyed as of this date.

'Y', Jl :: ,..'", :& .' 1I'f.r... < : individual has gone when they true gospel of Christ which has all desire is to please God and to win ,We will make every effort to get
..:iq... ,: ":; J 1 I Whether they wish to admit it or have departed this life we are to but been forgotten and cast aside :souls to Christ according to the :;a survey crew on this Project at
',., .,>" v.. ., ,- .,. not, there is decaying signifi- and let God be '
'- J.'i' t y" ,t_: '.. a- '. I a .teach God's 'truth for the doctrines of men which ,pattern of the first century. To our earliest opportunity.
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<',; "-1': f l- :divided state o fthe religious world I i have you heard preach a funeral 15:8-9. Never was me gospel of be silenfwhere the Bible is silent Brewer District Engineer.

Joyce Yvonne Elliott j Its, not doing the cause of protestanism r sermon who did not say in so many Christ more needed in the world 1 Pet. 4:1U:' No mention was made of gettingthe
''!, any good by having) over two II I 1 words if not directly and emphatically than today, never was there ,amore 'i---Sincerely' in Christian Love work done, letting contracts
Mr and Mrs. Charles Elliott of Lake City announce the engagement hundred different denominational So andso '
Mrs. 1igh'at
I that dear.Mr. or glorious opportunity for the ''Kenneth E. Thomas putting a warning .the tri-
and approaching marriage of their daughter Joyce Yvonne, to Mr. I'sects. It is Dr. Charles Clayton are assured. of a home eternal denominational world to come. Evangelist Box 226, Jennings angle (not even a lantern).
Warren Corbett Harris of White Springs. Mr.?Hatrfcriffsltne! son of,j\ l\lJrr sons conclusion from his ..',

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Harris.The study of the question "Can protest -
wedding will be an event of Aug. 3 at 8'o'clocki'p'm.: at Pine antism win America." That it is ;

Grove Baptist Church and all friends of the families of .the couple are ;increasingly( clear that Protestant- ; "''

invited.jasper. Miss' Elliott is the granddaughter of Cblumtus, Rhoden .cf ,iism:,secularixed cannot win and America competitive with chur-it's \ V;: NOTHING TO BUY! NOTHING TO SPEND!

Miss, Elliott graduated! this year from Columbia High Schoolin ;ches. Many religous leaders admit \ -

Lake City. Mr. Harris is a graduate of White Springs High School. ,that the divided churches of the .. ,
He is employed with the State Road Department in Lake City where :world are failing to meet the spiritual ,' -1\\ ( '
the ,couple will make their home. ( needs of the people today. J Save Your Money At First Federal Savings & Loan Association.of.Va'ldosta. And Again ReceiveJ'

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DEASSH9RTT; I-? j APPRECIATION ::'
I they fail to receive from.""then"church I GIFTS FORSAVINGS( ) I .

land Mrs.' Park Deas of Jasper I the spiritual strerigih they
announce the engagement: of their.need. They look to the reigous| in- t .
daughter Linda Deal' to Fredrick stitution which they have chosen i' Any One o., These" Elegant Items Can, Be Yours ALc. ":uCely Free! '
Emil Shortt, son of Mrs.Jimmy' ,!and with when, they ate.-Identified J .
Shortt of Cherry Lake. for spiritual guidance but>fail to -
find it. wait for message ,,,.
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The wedding will take place August I
: 16, at .600 q'clock in the New .1'from the teachings of :the'savior mss'tee
; (Jof man and fail to receive it. The
Hope Baptist Church. SILVERpiATIED"TRAY
((social gospel has'in so many cases ..
Miss Deas is 'a graduate' of Jennings I completely replaced the pure gos- ; (Right)
I High School and 2 years. at I jpel of Christ.:; For this reason there t -
f f North Florida Junior College. are twenty five thousand! deserted ; Magnificent sail-;,luutalot>s ?s .
,:Mr. ShprftjiW b years with I church buildings in America alone ,=' wm:: Rogers servingtray >
y t,.k. the Marines two years at North I where churches once met which .. in gleaming sflveridate.
., Florida and two 1 tdied Made by famous International ,S
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< JnnLagjOj Jg a spiritual death because '
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's', years"at Valdosta State. !I they lost the life giving \-\ ';--for ," t

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REPAIRS-We repair all types How COOL f piece. fcand etcbed' rock
/ TV and radios' also small appliances. crystal attatbed'to'a base
Mannings ,Radio Service of sterling silver with gad-
MONEY for farm WILL YOU BEWHEN
your opera- Jasper. 792-4421!: ; : tfc I ;, r roon bordeiv Stws
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Credit Assn. S. Ohio Ave bert.Ehlert. Reg., Real Estate Bro
Live Oak. Tel 352-2588 I ker tfc GET HOME 2
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USED ELECTRIC RANGES FOR' TORS :..- Best of co JuGERA--1 I ..., ji .' -..
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,PiANo FQ.ff SALEf& Upright I r
SEPTIC TANK and Drain'FieldCleaning : I practice:piano .in (, rl d. d
J.V.. Darby Jasper goottonditton'l ..
Call 792-3801 $7tfcFOB $150 June M< | l ... -. ,
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SALE Lot bn Suzanne 1oo. ()vind'{.I"up.' gMMHfe: ..'
River at Suwannee Springs.. Rea- Service.: n-442I., Jasper. forJ ,', ;
sonable. Inqure Robert Ehlert, Real) .\ FOUR PIECE SET ,.,
Estate Broker 792-6331 tfc FOR SALE 1-- Cypress tobacco I(1( -- '. HAWAIIAN MAHOGANY
EIGHT PIECE SET ANCHOR
sticks af.mill! one mile south of HOCKING
Madison on State Road 14 phone ..-- WHEAT OVENWARE SIESTA WARE
FREE \
LUBRICATION! 973-6334 after 7 p.m. Girlie :.Ragans: ( : ,;-, --
We will give a FREE Lube Job Madison Florida1: J26c 40' aris.. .iil' : : 4x
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limited time only! NEEDED
.Firestone Tires VISIT FRIER.MUSIC COMPANY
.Delco Batteries in Live Oak: Florida for an your i ;0 ,
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FRED TAYLOR'S I pianos to records ana record play: : #
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Jasper Telephone 793-2903 I ATlILETE:.FOeT" ._' .;* One thing about it-it's alovely'day t ,' -.... -..-..-.-. --__ .
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FARMS WANTED IF YOU HOW TO"TB. IT -
iftstmrt1 i ing. Now wouldn't. it_be nice, .' .,.' -
would like to sell your farm, Applyr! drying T-4-L. You -- --.7 -:- ,
see us. We have calls for farms II eel it take4jol4 to :ch'ecfc: itching t togo home to cool, cool. .. ;.= : '' '
electric comfort? Why wait? "': : : . '
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every week::: _W. L. Bryan, Reg. burning! : } in 3 to 5 .

Real Estate Broker. Phone SY \va4hifofectpd\rSkIn slough !It doesn'Lcost conditioning much Look ,....,1..... .. -
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2-2985 or SY 2.6331 r' SHEAFFER PENPEHC1L S
--' -- If not please D{,ONE'HOUR, your today and spend the rest pf SET I
Georgia Plate.Gla Co. 48c back atang"durB Store.. Now at the summer living in'cool --" ,."*.:..L In attractive gift box. SATELLITE FLASH
comfort. LADIES ALL PURPOSE
.Store Fronts iVIse's Drug, tfff f's DrugStore .
.MInors KesHvered ;Jasper ys tf J26c HANDBAG CAMERA

.Tub Enclosures Showers
215 W. Savannah Ave. CH2-5283" FOB- SALE OR RENT Won-

_VALDOSTA pub der Bar.. $75.,and Also-4'one Wjgfft'House deep well on I Either. of tftese-gifrs may be yewsifer l a new savings account of $150.00, or more or for the

PIANO FOB SALE PRACTICE 2 acres' land';MgJWuifci Bar Jas :. t--' : ,"addition .of 150.00 er mere te a savings account, already 1ft/eXistence.

.UPRIGHT FOR $ao UP. RECON per.no, ": :,A9p'I .. .. ,
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VALDOSTA. TELEPHONE CH4- E1ectircRange good'*condition

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Bryant. Jasper Ito ;30. Bra Open-,,GiHs 'fa' e\0''{' w \ '131t 'tU0- 't.tL AND: LOAN ASSOCIATION :: : x :;+,-, :

FOB SALE Rrgtetered-PoHed Here 20 Boars ,,'' ".t. ..'.;
ford BuBs, 7 to 16 months ok. all Ii WJ GoRiOMT1 3N tA 1" : -
calfhood vaccinated. Top quality. 10Banov fee *Hf fall shewsWrite -, ': J| ,411, N. Pcrttirso* St. ;:. ; X D 1 0 rn'leorgiqt .
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XETTERS TO EDITOR) .: o"-'. .11 f.!>Ju R J&SIDEKT HAS l I 'Buriihain N Ga. Levey Burnham. and. wife' and' i daughte fat-oarre.visitingp ; CARD OF THANKS .
JENNINGS- .
HEART:'ATTACK PTc fh !childrenofsheveporttt a.; Harlan I Jc J 'wk 0c:4.: ; -i
Oppose :?; .
) ,,6bi( ? v>*'' Ainorifc'::Carpenter ,of Richmond .- 4""B........' y'1I'3...:. ;,-,'...PrER'"1.;C'i .., tt x Lf' ..and. Marie and children'-and Delma 1 .:,'',,.t'. .r..NE.ws. "..._.'t' .:>--:','." 'f Miss"UMa EaSon V&it d'h\} 'w. t. press. our grati-
'' had tude
? ConSolidateckSs OJS'U irginia-:fbrpeHy) -Jasper .Janie and andl FamtU Bumhata .[parents last weekend* .iIIf.2.- a
J. ;Mr. find: Mrs-r' John Andrews* olGreenviflet >. ." sire : Shown
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"serious Rttaek I ** eM
last Tues- l
Lucille .O Nell"
a beat; .J&mest-and :> man. .any bv"tItY .E d iiett" ,
: L S Rf;. A IIi vii: feyanarittbVlfi. the hospital for, L alsj sister Dims Annie\ e'I;''children,,ot'. .. _. .> Miss Kitty Pollock announced and death off"ibosband d r and my
.I.Mgt _.C1fUo"r t 1:).aP le .tlifsua Tittle better MotgazrlNisitea'tbeh" brother and, ..to. e.*iW\ttf;* then6brothef. i: r1\lJ:: .lyey Pest ttsibuft': W:1'it-' +in the Junior Baptist Training {? ."
There..._M ''5.eying;rIf.' anyone at. the lattwprc J: ( fe had .fee attack I'nephew:and'; family Mr. Brvant' Levoy who' has;just retUTneoifrpm x.,&?9< Monday evening;(" ,:' 'I" ;. '\\c; Union we were to have cur Traininglyjuuiogrty :.trs. C E. JJig SLT' _
*' {. Herring : -.- . .. .
bad and1'Mr '.and Mrs. Wilson :Saturttthe ; ,.,.-> <
wants 'anything enough; he in his .ear,but made it to hisdaughter'S' a tour of duty iir Africa. Also have Its 'funny how'tobacctf: is.';Tlie J1 r .r.iIt'"" .. \ '
will do anything to get it." Mr,j 'home where she 'Herring last-Thursday. afternoon. : ing dinner with Mr .and Mrs. Burn boss pays someone to string it and j!house aQl&l: ,"All Junior Baptist I i S. H. Bigbie, Sr. -
t Powell remarked in his article in called the rescue?squad who rushed ham were Brcther and Mrs. W. J. then someone to unstring it. ,come.Mr. 3j8Kv I
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the Jasper News that 'people will to the hospital. I CHRISTIAN WOMEN: Thursby of Ochlocknee Ga. : School will soon be here. Be I fend.$ tev Ed Wynn and son ,ed Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Westberry-
do anything honorable or dishonor-I If any of his Jasper friends wishes FELLOWSHIP MEETS t t ready. Larry frottt-plaftt City visited Mrs. and children of Palatka. .
able to'-achieve status quo:' It' to send a card, the address is The Christian Women Fellowshipof Marian Hudson and children of Mr. Burn Burnett visited his I Hattie Wynnfiast' weekend.. t Speed reading Is a necessity
seems very clear this is also true Richmond Memorial Hospital, Burnham Church met with :Mrs. Lake City and mother-in-law Mrs. Mother Mrs. Essie Hardy, from i I am glad.to'=hear that Brother.these days: -or you will never get
' of those who would have their Room 606 Richmond: Va. [Ralph Cunningham Friday July 19, Hudson spent Sunday with Mari .Palatka.. Jones is feeling,Jitter. Also Jack off the freeway .
way regardless of who s suffers. at 3:30 p.m. with Mrs. Wallace an's parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mrs. Margaret Tuten is expecting Vaughn in!Oa1 1esvU1e Hospital is MrsA.. L. Pollock Kathleen f and
Selph
Persident
There has been a vigorous cam-! presiding. An interesting Shiver. . her son from Washington in recovering from.yhii'operation. Linda J. Harrell Spent Sunday in
paign by a few in Jasper callingfor could be hired for existing schools i I I program "The Changing ':August 1 Mr. and HrJ Jesse McElwain ,'rhomasviHe Ga. \isitingIrs.. Pol
,,,City Challenge the Church"
a bond issue of $400,000 fora was Mary Elizabeth Brandies and{ Mr. and Mrs. McDonald and and Son arrf.C rolinejBurnett visit- lock's sister.
consolidated :;cb:>oL'Never haveI J! |I i lIed by :Mrs. Cunningham- the children of Ocala-are spending last I"- --- .
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.seen or heard of so many untruth have the advantage of offer- !' program, week and this week with their par- -------- --- ----- : -- -------------------------- --
half truth or underhanded ing the subjects wanted most by ,Zipperer took charge of the wor- ents and grandparents Mr. and j ;

signed methods::Pe used plea to-i get oi-haYS6eeii the petition) 2.each.BetteHfSalaries community. wculd ?:"attract;''F1aith-in'Mis3 ship service, using;'Lo,the w I.theme tyr'"Our,.....,.:)1r. J" tipodor,4" .. .dernuu s -'- f" .. -",." ... >*.r .:.. STATEMENT. OF..,,.. Olj iTION.

honored time and again. and who better teachers. iI i i After Which delicious refresh- :: Mr. and Mrs. George Young Jr. -

have held the confidence of the I|' With the county taxed so heavilyto ments were served by the hostess and daughters of Perry spent Sunday NORTH FLORIDA PRODUCTION CREJrr. J

people so long have betrayed this -- pay -for-- the nrooosed school- :; .. .. .. with their parents and grand- *
confidence and have done so in plant it is doubtful whether funds parents Mr. and Mrs. George ASSOCIATION
a most underhanded manner. They would be available for attractive I i Bill and Jean Jones arrived from Young Sr.Marie. ,. : .
salaries. It is a1so doubtful ,Baton Rouge La. Saturday morning '
have been aided and abetted by teacher :;- : :.
some who have used 'steam roller' that a county with such a;high to spend some time with Jean's j Williams has returned : ..,
or communistic methods of getting tax rate would prove an attractive parents Mr .and Mrs-Harlan Burn- home after spending weeksin 9.IU LIVE OAK FLORIDA :
this list. I place for successful teachers to establish ham Bill and Jean'left Sunday I Jacksonville with :her brotherand 'r-- .'
Board residence and bring afternoon for Jacksonville for a sister Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams '*
meeting
In the recent stormy up At the Close of Business June ; -
I 30 1963
few days visit with Bill's mother. ;.
that has had such publicity; their children. / and family and Mr. and Mrs. '
there were many things broughtout (Consolidation Two .. .......... i., I Cottrell Sullivan and family- Coming '-r : *
that haven't been publicized. I 3. Convenient Central Location. i Mr. Jack Vaughn remains seri- home with her were her niece RESOURCES .
would like to state a few here and | The proposed site would be con- ously m in a Gainesville Hospital.I and nephew Cindy and) Wesely Wil .,.. .
let those people who think for venient only to those students in We hope Mr. Vaughn will soon be liams. f

themselves draw their on conclu- I the immediate vicinity of Jasper-" I well and home again. s Loans and Interest Recivablnet) ix, .'.? . . .'$ 2,972,042
it would,be i\ Mrs. Al Ray and baby of Deer-
Those who think con-
sions. asked if bus Mrs. Jarman Smith of Del Ray field Beach spent last week with Land and Buildings -. . . . . : . . 21,820
students a'
they
riding.
The Board was f venient to niece .
Beach and Mrs. Frank Carter
,
.1
had considered the salvaging of f|over a hot, dusty roads from Bell- of Jacksonville visited Mrs. II i her sister-in-law step mother Mrs.and Joe brother Deas and and Equipment . . . ,.. '! :;, 'J"l.", .1',. ... . . 5,690
anything from the old building to ville over a twisting route!3a an the Smiths( sister and family Mr. and i Securities and Interest Receivable .th 'curities. 227,228
tax- the ,those Wilmer, and Mary Alice Deas. on ose .
help defray such a heavy houses along way, are: I Mrs. George Young Sr. Saturday .
answered at all. The ridden on such a [ j t Investments & Interest Receivable
this was not who have never I afternoon. I Ii Dorothy Keeling and baby of on those Investments 43,198

Board fact was that also the asked Superintendentsays to considerthe ,route.shape of Because Hamilton'ofthe County Ions,many narrow of :i i I Jacksonville spent the weekend Cash . : .,. .'; .,. ."...-J I. . . . o. 3,590 -
'
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Burnham with their parents and grandparents ..
there is no money for repair- fits I residents. nearer Live Oak (j!were fortunate eri ugh in havingall Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mills of Other Assets . . :i.'. .":'... . . ... .. l,00r
ing existing buildings'. If we are ,Madison. or Lake City than to Jas of their children home with I Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. David
taxed to death to build a building per. If students living at the edgesof them Sherman ,: d"
Sunday.
They were Keeling.
unnecessarily, how can this building the county"C' T '-sent to schools !and wife and children of Lakeland I .:.V' ?*. .,.''". $3,274,573

be kept in repair! '[out of the county, and the consoli- ;Fla. Frank and wife and cheildren l j jI 1 'ILE GUiDLS: ;- ;'12 *..rfi .
It was brought to my attention dated school, served only the central -l of Macon, Bill of Washington, Ga. t <"* <
sometime that the new Negro portion t>f Hhefc6unty, a more |I LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
ago iHallam
Culbreth and wife and f fI "A to Z" K : .. .. ,
school building had boards rottingon convenient and more central loca- ? f.Loans i
I baby of Jacksonville GenevaI
it two years ago and just recently -tion would. be near the junction of I j(i I i Lloyd and: children of ;Waycross THE JASPER NEWS ''I iT '-.I Rediscounted, Federal Intermediate Credit. Bink. ,.. ,.$ 2,778,555. :

'a check was made and the. the Madison Highway and High-"I J'" iDividends ,and Patronage Refunds Payable . .:.,. 20,530'
boards are there. River Bridge
same rotting way 41%t the Alapha
Since when is it cheaper to build Jasper residents would probably ....\".J Provision for Federal Income Tax . . . :;> :<* 1 958 .

some than keep are anxious repairs to It spend would$400,000 seem present not consider*,arrangement this convenient.of School The Miscellaneous' Accounts Payable ..,. . . .o. :tvv' 782

while in office.It I serving each community is far ,Capital Stock . . .... . . 329,270
.,WttLU THE ELe/ATOR MAC'HAVE
stated there was no modern and involves less
was convenient
Lab facilities in the county. I more and complication r see vouve HAD BEEN FILLED BUT NOT Surplus.. : _: ."; . . .,.._.143,478
transporation expense YouR NOSE ALTERS1) q AM ELEVATOR KAUPASFUU.ASWtLU.WEU. 1 ,v /
remember very well as a studentin -. PbgSTtG THAT WAS .. .
Jasper, some years ago it was Now let us consider'som: definite. :; TOO FULL. WI.SuRGER't c. Ca h. $3,274,573A
"* F suMC
weD equipped-where is it? disadvantages: t f -
a
Plaster is falling from the walls 1 Larger classes with less indivi-
In the old building. It has been \idual assistance from teachers. IS WiTHSATISFYING CREDIT. COOPERATIVE COMPLETELY OWNED AND
verified in my talks in Jasper that This is one:of ,the problems of ,./ SERVICE *' .," .

the Principal would be told a fight large high schools and colleges all .. .OPERATED BY FARMER MEMBERS

was on the playgrounds and cherry over the: nation. Recognizing the i .-- F ':_ *: ., '. ., t n
bombs were put into the walls and \r-a.1uihof.individual lion .t< _students = 1 -
exploded. Do you'worider the 'plaster = has led to the present pro Counties. Served Columbia, Hamilton{ 1 Lafayette, and Suwannee.
is coming off! Being a clever 1'gram of junor colleges in Florida
writer doesn't necessarily mean a a trend away, .from centralizationin OFFICERS. '"
good school administrator.As 1 large universities toward smaller & .;. "
many school administratorsare I more. personal units. For high Low Price $6.95 NIGHT PHONE :;(E-L4 Pope? President Aubrey; Fowler, Secretary-Treasurer

we are good paying.school I feel anywhere,we could if school students smaller classes and PER CYLINDER I .' .' r T. J. McKeithen, Vice President .J R, O. Hatcher, Jr. Asst Sec-Treas
have a with more individual guidang& : SYeamoro 25001HOLLOWAYS :
they wern't.too busy trying to buildup assistance from the -teacher are CASH:.ON. DELIVERY; i 71' ., Katharine S PratherfMSsistantTreasurer!
the economy of Jasper. even more important. Consolidation <
These people are makers of con- scbools"would the oss '
mean
of ) 0
:_ } .
( fusion and have done irreparable of this closev-relationship' between. ) DIRECTORS
the County as a whole. '': *' .
damage to teacher and students: 1!
Everyone is willing for Jasperto 2. Increase in dropouts from high H1 C. Pope '- J. W. Mitchell]i H.' W. Lundy
have a school if it is needed and school.

willing to be,taxed for a reasonable' The; problem of students dropping AGENTS GAS FOR co.. Edward Henderson T J. McKeithen
) we have not sy.2.S1SHOME
pecessaI"--hrt
if
sum out 'before completing high

been asked to discuss this possibility school would almost certainly be I. .J HOL.LOWAV >AA/ AAAAAJVUAAAAAAAWVArtWWVWUVWAAAV_ __ .-..? .V.-4'.r.A..V..r--.1"A"'ft
be
Surely should con ----- --- -
at all. we increased if county school are con
sidered as a voice if our tax money ,solidated. Problems of transportation .
is used. less time for work at .home, : '
I want to ask every voting per- less opportunity to participate in -

son in the County to ask questionsand school activities Jh the geaterem- I
more qeustions and know the phasis on clothing 6nd social stand-< ;
If we have a bond election and less J".t. ""'ct-
truth. ing in a large school opportunity -1 L
vote against these dictator tactics for teachers to know, encourage _
and demand that our Democracybe ..andI1spire students I ,

upheld! has been betrayed would-be factors. contributing to 'a. :; :
Wh a confidence drop-outs.
larger percentage -of =
onetime, scan you trust Waste O'fexisting'facilities. ; : :

them against.They just might have Waste .of existing, facilities: .
another "change of mind". The fine .new gymnasiums and t':, '
:Mrs* B. B. HiD "" the existng school plants at Jennings Quality \
Mrs. Lamar Hill .
by and White Springs should not
.
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stand .
be allowed to and waste In
I DEAR EDITOR dis-use because of a desire for :il awe f .
As a former student of Jennings -' something "bigger and better" for fi .
High School I would like to Jasper. Jennings and White i .
add a few comments to.the debate Springs are justly' proud of their *
the consolidation of Hamilton schools of the taken of '.>
over care : t ..
This idea
County School at Jasper. I buildings and of the
brought forward by citizens of Jas- I being added through the years.the,1' bv y42Sc tea; wM

per, would certainly prove advanta would be much wiser to ,
geous to Jasper which finds itself money to' improve the value ofij[
more than ever a "by passed" what is already there. Laboratoryand :,
i with the opening of Interstate -; % ,
town library facilties maybe needed : '.--" .
75, and which is now in grave needof and are being added. Even college : ;
a new high school building. But freshmen courses in chemistry "
since most ot the cost of such a i and physics require only the j jI w4k1"r>
school would be paid by the rest of I most elementary laboratory u41 1I i'y w as V ayysb
'I
the county they should carefully ment. This could be within the .. ,
consider the claimed 'advantages I'I reach of each school in the county .k m ;
I I
and the disadvantages of such a without plunging the county into a
school for their children. j I back-breaking! debt ;ri '
The advantages claimed are: : In closing I would like to add j jI i r
1. More subjects could be offered. I that it is not likely to "consolidate"
This is not necessarily an advantage Hamilton County in any real senseto -
since college entrance exams build a school fo rthe cenven-
and success in college classes require ience of Jasper residents 4n Jasper -
not variety, but quality of at the expense of the rest of
education in the fundamental skills : the county .
of mathematics reading .and English Sincerely yours
If variety is considered so Mrs. J. T. Bell

.important, many new teachers former Lucille Hill
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